Henry  Friday

The  Shelby  Democrat
February 13, 1879
VOL. 1; No. 37
from the article, SMILING  SHELBYVILLE!
Henry  Friday

          Commenced learning the barber's trade in April, 1875, and after the first year went into business for himself, buying out  Henry Elder.  Mr. Friday is an energetic young man, and is deserving of the well established trade that he now enjoys.  He is prepared to give you the best shave, hair cut and shampoo that is to be had in any barber shop.  Everything is kept in good order, and a fresh, clean towel used on every customer.  When you want anything done in his line give him a call.  Remember the place, South Harrison street, opposite  Dick Flaitz's  meat market.
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