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    George Harry Edmunds, the genial and courteous proprietor of the Depot Restaurant, at Troy, has been a resident of this city since childhood and has conducted his present establishment since 1910. He was born at Eaton, the county seat of Preble county, Ohio, September 24, 1879, a son of George H. and Caroline (Davidson) Edmunds. His father, a native of the northern part of Ohio, was a traveling salesman by vocation and he and his wife were the parents of six children, of whom four are living: Frances , Hazen, Ruby, and George Harry. George H. Edmunds received his education in the public schools of Troy, after leaving which he was variously connected with the restaurant business until 1910, when he opened the Depot Restaurant. During the ten year s of its existence this establishment has become popular with the traveling public, as well as with a large local patronage, and its excellent cuisine and efficient and courteous service has caused it to acquire a high standing and a reputation that has greatly enhanced its prosperity. Mr. Edmunds is a popular member of the local lodges of the Masons and Fraternal Order of Eagles. He married Harriet, daughter of Lon Covault, of Miami county.

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