History of Kentucky, Volume 4

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American Historical Society, 1922 - Kentucky - 906 pages

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Page 142 - An enumeration of those men of the present generation who have won honor and public recognition for themselves, and at the same time have honored the state to which they belong, would be incomplete were there failure to make prominent reference to the one whose name initiates this paragraph.
Page 130 - Knox county, is all that is required to make a biographical sketch interesting to those who have at heart the good name of the community, because it is the honorable reputation of the man of standing and affairs, more than any other consideration that gives character and stability to the body politic and makes the true glory of a city or state revered at home and respected abroad.
Page 269 - The moonlight falls the softest In Kentucky; The summer days come oftest In Kentucky; Friendship is the strongest, Love's light glows the longest; Yet, wrong is always wrongest In Kentucky. Life's burdens bear the lightest, In Kentucky; The home fires burn the brightest In Kentucky; While players are the keenest Cards come out the meanest, The pocket empties cleanest In Kentucky. The sun shines ever brightest In Kentucky; The breezes whisper lightest In Kentucky; Plain girls are the fewest, Maidens'...
Page 302 - He is a member of the Knights of Pythias, and the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks at LeMars, Iowa. Judge Boies' wedded life began on November 24.
Page 246 - Fraternally he is associated with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, the Knights of Pythias and the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, his relationship with the latter order being in Lodge No.
Page 153 - Chicago, and in this institution he was graduated as a member of the class of 1900, duly receiving his degree of Doctor of Medicine. Thereafter, to fortify himself more fully, he went to the city of Vienna, Austria, where he completed a two years' postgraduate course in one of the great medical institutions of Europe.
Page 254 - Fraternally, he is a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, the Knights of Pythias and the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks.
Page 82 - The life of the scholarly or professional man seldom exhibits any of those striking incidents that seize upon public feeling and attract attention to himself. His character is generally made up of the aggregate qualities and qualifications he may possess, as these may be elicited by the exercise of the duties of his vocation or the particular profession to which he belongs.
Page 242 - MD The physician who would succeed in his profession must possess many qualities of head and heart not included in the curriculum of the schools and colleges he may have attended. In analyzing the career of the successful practitioner of the healing art it will invariably be found to be true that a broad-minded sympathy with the sick and suffering and an honest, earnest desire to aid his afflicted fellow men have gone hand in hand with skill and able judgment. The gentleman to whom this brief tribute...

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