Saturday, May 27, 2006

Where Have All The Saloons Gone?

May 27, 1887--Under the Scott Law in 1884, there were 34 saloons in Coshocton county. In 1887, tax assesors found only 28.


Anonymous said...

I can only conclude that this unfortunate trend has continued to the present. I moved here a couple of years ago and was surprised at how few walking-distance pubs were in town. Since that time there are two fewer. I must add that I moved here from a college town, so maybe the comparison isn't fair.

Randy M. Combs said...

Maybe, Coshocton could pursue economic growth through a "Pub On Every Corner Program". For centuries, London has fared well with this approach.

I tingle thinking about the branding possibilities.

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