Ohio Men Get Jobs (1906)


Charles Keating and George Paull Appointed to Post-office Department

Charles H. Keating, a Mansfield, Ohio lawyer, was nominated by the President yesterday as deputy auditor for the Post-office Department.

Keaton [sic] was indorsed [sic] for the place by Senators Foraker and Dick. He has been active in politics for a number of years, and in 1904 was connected with the speakers bureau of the Republican National Committee in Chicago. Last year and prior to 1904 he was identified with the Republican State committee in Columbus.

Another Ohio man, who is now employed by the government here, was given a good position. He is George F. Paull, a clerk in the War Department, whom the President named as clerk of the Post-office Department.

Paull came here from Butler County. His salary will be $2,000 a year. Keating will receive $2,500.

Source: Ohio Men Get Jobs, The Washington Post, Washington, District of Columbia, 4 April 1906, p. 2.

Also see this biography on Charles H. Keating.

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