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by was a of announced, newspaper call telephone tbc to cities tin con or tbi nected with (he Hamilton system and on March 13, 1880, the first long distance telephone message was sent out of Hamilton. It was a news dispatch from MoMnckcn to the Enquirer. Many messages were sent that same day and the event was epoch-making the history of the Hamilton and Cincinnati of 50 years ago. The Cincinnati and McMaoken interests merged and in April of the first list of Hamilton ".stations" ".stations" appeared in the Cincinnati list. Here they are: ' City and Suburban Telegraph ssocifltion, B r a n c h Jigb street, opposite courthouse, i'irst National bank, High street nd Journal Square (then Riloy treet.) Second National bank, 221 High treet. Hilker a n d Sons, druggists, 'bird .street, opposite canal. J. W. See, consulting engineer )pera. House Block. Chief of Police, Water street. Chief of Fire Department, Buek- pye street. City building, Water street. Fertilizing Contractor, F r o street. Mayor's office, Water street. First, Second, Third ward engine house*. Joseph B. Hughes, carpets, wall paper. High and Third streets. Butler county courthouse. People's Mill, J. W. Cart and yon, Flour and Grain, East Day:on Day:on fifreet. Cone and Maxwell Manufactur- ng company, machine shops, street. Niles Niles Tool Works, machine Third street. Rilejiic, Dyer and company, machine machine shops, Vino and Railroad. Tho- Long and Allslatter company, company, machine shops, Third street. Daily News, C. M. Campbell, High street. Beckett, Laurie and company (no\v Beckett Paper company) paper manufacturers, Lowell a Buckeye streets. Louis Snicler's Sons, paper manufacturers, Front and Buckeye fitrects. George Tangoman and company paper manufacturer, Opera House Block. Joseph J. McMacken, residence Ludlow street. C. H. and D. R. R., J. H. agent, freight depot. C. H. nnd D. R. R., J. H. land, agent, passenger depot. Everybody Used 'Em Like tlie early 20's when every body with a workable radio sc

Clipped from The Journal News19 Dec 1936, SatPage 114

The Journal News (Hamilton, Ohio)19 Dec 1936, SatPage 114
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