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Laymon - James T - cigar emporium

Source: Crawfordsville Weekly Journal 20 Feb 1892 p9

Business Directory - JAMES T. LAYMON. PERSONALLY Mr. Laymon needs no introduction as he is probably as well known as any young man in the city of Crawfordsville, having lived here all his life being the son of Wilson H. Laymon who was the first mayor of the city. As proprietor of the store he now occupies be has become a wide. progressive citizen and liberal business man. He is operating the only first-class cigar emporium and tobacco house in Crawfordsville in which the most fastidious as well as the most plebeian can get their tastes accommodated with equal satisfaction. A finer line of imported and domestic cigars can not be found in the country. He makes a specialty of the 18 Caret 5 center, which is recognized to be the best smoker on earth. In tobaccos, chewing and smoking, the same practical rule is followed. Pipes, from the corncob to the most expensive meerchaum. Prices cannot be discounted anywhere. In connection he has a strictly first-class billiard parlor, conducted in a strictly moral manner, only the best trade control and toughs not tolerated.  It is a model establishment. – kbz

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