These two uneven sized  storefronts were built in 1891 by A.J. Rogers for his saloon at a cost of $3,500. Note the well executed brick corbeling topped by a projecting bracketed press metal cornice.

Tenants of 407 Georgia:

1892, 1903, 1906, 1911 : A.J. Rogers’ Saloon

1928: Young’s Variety Store

1937: Joe Quattroochi Fruits and Vegetables

Tenants of 409 Georgia:

1892: J. H. Rose- Cigars and Tobacco

1903: E. Gervig – Cigarmaker

1911: I.F. Schaeffer and Son- Cigar Manufacturers

1928: Pike Smoke Shop

1937: Owing’s Cafe

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