Barber Shop: Sanitary Barber Shop, Tate and Cooper
BARBER SHOPS OF LUSK NOW UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP
The Lusk Herald-Standard, December 31, 1925
Tate and Cooper Dissolve Partnership; Tate Now in New Location
Cooper Getting Fixtures for His New Shop
This was a “moving and general clean-up week” for the barbers of Lusk. Yep, that’s just what it was, and instead of two tonsorial establishments, Lusk will soon have three, if Dame Rumor hasn’t twisted things up any.
The Sanitary Barber shop, which, for the past year or more, has been operated by Messrs. Tate and Cooper, went into dissolution of partnership last Thursday and resulted in Mr. Tate buying out the interests of his partner. The chairs were moved across the street into the front room of the first national bank building, where Mr. Tate is now greeting and serving all his former patrons.
Meanwhile, Mr. Cooper is in Denver making arrangements to equip a shop of his own and as soon as the shipment is made, he will open his shop in the Mayes building, where the former partnership shop was located.