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 - FUND FOR A CINDER PATH Scheme Outlined That...
FUND FOR A CINDER PATH Scheme Outlined That Will Set The Ball A-Rolling. Why Should Local Wheelmen Wheelmen Not Start One? Local Consul H. K. Oreble Becomes the First Contributor. The Republican-News Republican-News Will Receive and Announce Announce Further Contributions. The following article appeared in Snquirer, Sunday, May S3nd:— "Don't let difference of opinion as to where the cinder path should run to itand in the way of making the under- ;aking a success. Get the necessary funds lirst and then let some of the iowns surrounding Cincinnati make a jid for it. Let it ruu to Hamilton, Dayton Dayton or any other hustling city. What s wanted is a cinder path. Where it runs to is immaterial to the majority of riders." Concerted action on the part of Un- enterprising citizens of Hamilton and bicycle riders generally would soon .ave a cinder path built through our city and extending the length of oar county. All the cities along the route would willingly join iu the work, and Elauiilton would more than send her Hiota to the front for a first class cinder cinder path. Why not start the ball a-rolling'( A subscription should be opened at once and an organization effected to boom .he project. It means no difficult task, for the cinder cinder path scheme is one that has "go" n its make up: The active cyclers, whom such a path would most directly jenen't should take the initiative, and with the co-operation of u committee of msiness men could not fail to make his plan a speedy success. An executive committee of seven chosen from the following list is sug- ;ested: S. D. Fitton, F. W. Whitaker, Geo. P. Sohngen, 0. V. Parrish, R. C. McKinney, McKinney, Wm. Hosier, J. C. Hooven, ?eter Schwab, Martin Mason, L. P. ilawson, Adam Hentschlor, Henry Sohn, Lazard Kahn, Stanley Shaffer, J. W. See, W. C. Fretchling, J. M. g-, W. L. Tobey, Homer Gard, Wm. B. Brown, T. V. Howell, H. L. Morey, Nelson Williams, Judge W. S. Giffen, Judge Clarence Murphy, Judge John F. Neilan, J. J. McMakin. The REPUBLICAN-NE\Vs is willing ;o receive subscriptions, which might also be opened at other convenient places. In fact it has already received a starter for the fund proposed, in the form of a check for $1, from H. K Greble, local consul for the L. A. "W. Subscriptions will be published as received. received. Who will be the next? Here is the list as it already stands: THE CINDUll PATH FUND. H., K. Greble $1.00

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  1. The Journal News,
  2. 24 May 1898, Tue,
  3. Page 5

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