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 J.G. Tomlin was born in Grant County this State 39 years ago.  He received a good public school education, and afterwards attended the Vincennes Indiana, High School, of which he is a graduate, and attended four years without missing a day.  He studied under a private teacher at Terre Haute, Ind., one year and was one year in college at Atlanta, Ga.  He taught school in Gallatin County in [[1884]], and began at that time the study of law under the late J.J. Landrum. ​ After teaching 4 ½ years in this county, he served twenty-two months as Deputy Revenue Collector under Col. Landrum.  ​ J.G. Tomlin was born in Grant County this State 39 years ago.  He received a good public school education, and afterwards attended the Vincennes Indiana, High School, of which he is a graduate, and attended four years without missing a day.  He studied under a private teacher at Terre Haute, Ind., one year and was one year in college at Atlanta, Ga.  He taught school in Gallatin County in [[1884]], and began at that time the study of law under the late J.J. Landrum. ​ After teaching 4 ½ years in this county, he served twenty-two months as Deputy Revenue Collector under Col. Landrum.  ​
  
-He was admitted to the bar in Grant County in 1891, locating at [[Walton]], of which town he is one of the most spirited citizens, and always contributes liberally toward any enterprise that will redound to the interest of Walton. ​ He is a good lawyer, a clever gentleman and a prompt, far-seeing business man.  His wife was Miss Annie Herndon, of Bank Lick, Kenton County. ​ They have a spritely son, aged 8 years, and own and occupy [[j.g._tomlin_house|one of the neatest residences in Walton]].  ​+He was admitted to the bar in Grant County in [[1891]], locating at [[Walton]], of which town he is one of the most spirited citizens, and always contributes liberally toward any enterprise that will redound to the interest of Walton. ​ He is a good lawyer, a clever gentleman and a prompt, far-seeing business man.  His wife was Miss Annie Herndon, of Bank Lick, Kenton County. ​ They have a spritely son, aged 8 years, and own and occupy [[j.g._tomlin_house|one of the neatest residences in Walton]].  ​
  
 Mr. Tomlin is an influential [[Republican]],​ and has been, in the past, his party’s nominee for Commonwealth’s Attorney, County Attorney, and State Senator, and is now the nominee for county representative in the next General Assembly. ​ In his last 10 years practice of his profession he has proven a formidable advocate and a faithful guardian of the interests of his numerous clients. Mr. Tomlin is an influential [[Republican]],​ and has been, in the past, his party’s nominee for Commonwealth’s Attorney, County Attorney, and State Senator, and is now the nominee for county representative in the next General Assembly. ​ In his last 10 years practice of his profession he has proven a formidable advocate and a faithful guardian of the interests of his numerous clients.
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