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Jack and Jill Shop (C. L. Bradburn Building, Knights of Pythias Hall)
The three-story, seven-bay building has detailing popular on cast-iron-fronted buildings from the 1870s. Small Corinthian columns separate the bay windows on the second story and punctuate the third-story windows. The building is topped with a parapet, a tablet
An equally ornate four-story, buff brick building, the Option House (1901; 41 Main Street), is three bays wide and has a balcony above the first story, lions' heads at the cornice, and foliated limestone trim and dentils.
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