S. B. BASHOR
S. B. Bashor, senior member of the firm of Bashor & Vandegrift, like his partner, was born on a farm in Newton Township, Miami County, Ohio, December 13, 1863, and is a son of Benjamin S. and Susanna (Martin) Bashor, the former of whom was a very prominent farmer and the latter a member of the old Martin kin, some of the best stock in the county. Both are new deceased. S. B. Bashor was appointed by Governor Bushnell, in June, 1896, supervisor of the State Deaf and Dumb Asylum, at Columbus, and he served in that capacity for four years, giving entire satisfaction. After the close of his official life, he established himself, in 1901, in the implement business at Columbus, where he remained until he came to Covington inn 1903. He married Miss Carrie B. Hartle, a daughter of A. J. Hartle, and they have three children-Glenna, Io and J. Lee. Mr. Bashor is a member of the Knights of Pythias and is a Thirty-second degree Mason.