A Centennial Biographical History of Hancock County, Ohio

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Lewis publishing Company, 1903 - Hancock County (Ohio) - 595 pages

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Page 581 - ... a prophet is not without honor save in his own country...
Page 214 - His political support is given to the republican party and he stanchly upholds its principles but has never been a politician in the sense of office seeking, his business affairs claiming his undivided time.
Page 33 - City, he served for a number of years as a member of the...
Page 585 - Schenck was reared, early becoming familiar with all the duties and labors that fall to the lot of the agriculturist, and thus becoming well prepared to carry on farming on his own account at a later day.
Page 3 - The true greatness of nations is in those qualities which constitute the greatness of the individual.
Page 181 - ... sundries, and his trade has reached gratifying proportions, bringing him a substantial annual income. Mr. Long exercises his right of franchise in support of the men and measures of the republican party, with which he has been connected since attaining his majority.
Page 33 - Church, while fraternally he is identified with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks and the Masonic order, belonging to the lodge, chapter, council and commandery of the last named.
Page 92 - This is but the natural result of causes which are manifest and require no explanation. The ability and training which qualify one to practice law also qualify him in many respects for duties which lie outside...
Page 388 - He is an important factor in business circles and his popularity is well deserved, as in him are embraced the characteristics of an unbending integrity, unabating energy, and industry that never flags.
Page 88 - His life history is another proof of the fact that it is under the pressure of adversity and the stimulus of opposition that the best and strongest in men is brought out and developed.

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