Emerson McMillan

18thovi Member Photo

Clipped by 18thovi

Emerson McMillan - light and mid to 2.00 and satrcc; pound 10@lCc...
light and mid to 2.00 and satrcc; pound 10@lCc Emerson McMillan Passes Away Emerson McMillan, inulti-uiillion- aire, known far and wide us'iin artificial sis expert, writer and philan- trophist, punted away last night at his summer home in Darlington, X. .1. His death was caused by pneumonia and followed a short illness. Mr. McMillan, who wus;well luiown in this section, was born and'reared in Jin-toon couuty. He migrated to Lawrence county when the Civil war broke out and enlisted there in the 18th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. A f t e r serving his flag'with distinction he returned to Trouton, where he took a job as laborer for the gas company there. .This wan the beginning of bis remarkable business career. Step by step lie roise until It wns not IOIIR before he took over gag plants, re-financed them us he was n wizard along financial lines and -rejuvenated them. The gns plant in Columbus today stands-us :i monument: to his genius. Others throughout the country were taken over by him and placed on a paying basis. He. -wns « power iii financial circles in the East and WHS known for his acts of philan- trophy. It. IK grated that no less than !i." Lawrence, county families depend upon his generosity to meet their obligation.'!. Air. McMillan always gave cheerfully. J l was a pleasure, for liiui to give, especially t o those he knew so well in his strugclin;; days. He was an art connoisseur, a great reader and had writtc'ii several books on the pis problems of today. In addition to his wife. Mrs. rtelle Morgan McMillan, whom ho married In Ironton, he leaves u sou. Marion, and two daughters. Miss Maud nt homo and Mrs. Stella Travesio of Italy, who was at her father's bedside when he paused away. Mrs. McMillan is q u i t e well known here and is an a u n t of George Thomas of Eighth' and Kindlay strct-ts. fws.of Mr. McMillan's death w.as conveyed to -Mrs. Mary Whit-.- Slater at I rout on today. May Hold Joint Memorial Exercises Portsmouth Camp Modern Woodmen of America extends .a most cordial invitation t o Progressive Camp, Royal Neighbors- of America, to join with Portsmouth Camp in the iioldiup of annual Memorial Day e Sunday afternoon, ,Iiuie4. Will Occupy Store Room .lames Alspiiugh is h a v i n g a new store room built at Ij5"il (jiillia strret and be will occupy it. Mr.·Alspungh Is handling a well known line of tires and is building up a splendid business. Vladivostok President Deposed; Arrested TOK1O, June 2.--(By lit* Aimt- ciattri IVewi)--l-midwil M«rkulov, of the government trf YUdivtfttok, has been deposed · ami placed under ·rrr*t at th* order of th* edmtftiient attstinbl}-, accordinr to a dispatch received from Vladivostok. Erie Shops Open On full Time CLKVELAXU, O.. J u n e 1 -- ( B y the Associated Press)--The Krlo railroad slumps hen.-, closed since March, opened on a f u l l t i m e basis this rooming. Approximately liiTo em- ployes returned to work. Say Bank Combine Controls The Railroads WASH1XGTOX, P. C, J u n e 1.-(By the Associated I'I-OKB)--Charges t h a t a "Xew York banking combine" dominates through Inter-locking directorates eighty-two per cent, of the nation's railroads w i t h ^1],000 miles of truck were denial lKtor»; the senate interstate comrnerc commission today by Robert S. Lovctl, chairman of the Union Pacific board. The charges were made recently before the committee by W. .lett Lauck, economist lor the railroad unions. Mr. Lovett challenged Mr. Lnuck's statement l U a t the bankers had a prominent voice In fixing railroad lahoj policies. BIRTHS On Sunday, May -JS, a son was Iwni tr/ Mr. and Mrs. It: H. McCllcsney of Otway. The f a t h e r ' i» a school teacher. Htisincss Trip James Distel of the Dislel Furniture. Company has rclurncd from a business trip to Columbus. He made I the t r i p by automobile. - the S. bwn Oxford, research, sail Indies ami to study announced THIRD the today were imirder f n n t oft" Clifton, ToliOe when it, one day which was Ihe flu up, throat bourn taken · ' 17 KILLED IN AN EXPLOSION KSSKX, C.EKMANV. June L-- (Hy the Aiwcciatei!! Pre«i) -- Seventeen miners were killed and 2" others in- jureil in an explosion lodny in UK Helene and Anuilir coal mine belong- iirjr to the Knippti. Eight miners are SOCIETY Mrs. Watson (ioddurd welcomed the members of the Hcioto Uridge Club tit. - h e r liospitHble home on Fourth street this afternoon. A f t e r several hour* of fnscfnating cards, n delicious refreslimeiil: course was served at the small tables. Miss ClmrloHc Itaiinon a n d ' Mrs. Heron Johnson were guests for the afternoon. Do You Know Klonds usually have more beautiful bauds than bruuets, according to Pinchot P H -Gilford H K i l t h e ineo criticism Harrison, campaign edition" "Tbo machine, vastly Pinc-hot Lava /HILO, J u n e -All lava

Clipped from
  1. Portsmouth Daily Times,
  2. 01 Jun 1922, Thu,
  3. Page 11

18thovi Member Photo
  • Emerson McMillan

    18thovi – 11 Sep 2013

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in