j c goheen article dated 13 jan 1910

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j c goheen article dated 13 jan 1910 - —D— In Memory of J. C. Goheen. With deepest...
—D— In Memory of J. C. Goheen. With deepest regret and sorrow most profound, the Business Men's association of Tyrone learns of the departure from earthly uncertainties almost ere life's sun had reacuiei its zenith, of one of its esteemed active members, J. C. Goheen. Among the first to be identified with our organization, he labored zealously zealously for the betterment of existing business conditions, advocated shortening shortening the hours of labor, and ma.da precedent by practical application of corrective methods. His sterling worth was speedily manifest in mont faithful, energetic service, scrupuloiu care in the mastery of details, wisdom wisdom in counsel, high integrity, and firmness in the right, each quality being being shown with a modesty commanding commanding sincerest respect. I Magnanimous by nature, intensely j honest from conviction, he was a man <"' 1( ^ kloals - ™ re beaut >' of charact ' or, simplicity of manner and complete sy<n vtry of life, whose nobility of pur • : e and fidelity to duty left last- in;. .' npress on his religious, business, «i:i;.il and domestic relationships. Jlis steadfastness for truth, his :(•:•:!:>• to religion; his loyalty tc friends, his devotion to family; his love for humanity, his affection for 1 : '-.icicle, ail contributed to round i ; a character ncnring porveytkm iri :••• ; 'inity, pxiri.'y an;; qocduoss. ';,; his bereft family, brothers find sisters, v,e extend he-artfelh sympathy, realizing that, thoy, and we, his as socnites antl (\;-v, en'kt rs, have sustained sustained a isevi've ie:-s in his going from llcsolvcfi; That ibis expression c/ ''soling liu i-iite-ivd on our 1'ecouis and that a copy hereof be sent to tht ufllir.tod family as our tribute to honor, honesty aim uprightness as exemplified exemplified so beuut'• i.lly in the lifj of J C. Goheen. Tyrone linsine.-..-; Men's Association Frank Gardner, President, J. Van Tciyior, Secretary

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  1. Tyrone Daily Herald,
  2. 13 Jan 1910, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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