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Lewis, James - Barber 1835

Source: Crawfordsville Record 26 Dec 1835 p 4

James Lewis, barber and hair dresser would respectfully inform his old customers and the public in general that he still continues to carry on the above business at the old stand, one door west of A. Harland’s drug store on Main Street.  He will rise at midnight, if requested to shave a man, dead or alive. His work will be done with neatness and dispatch. He does not wish to monopolise the business nor to bind his customers by subscription to continue their custom.  – Boots and shoes blacked as usual with neatness and dispatch. PS He only asks the old price. Crawfordsville, Nov 5, 1735 (sic – 1835)
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