Centennial History of Coshocton County, Ohio, Volume 2

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S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1909 - Coshocton County (Ohio)

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Page 76 - Bible spent the days of his boyhood and youth in his parents' home and early became familiar with the duties and labors that fall to the lot of the agriculturist.
Page 190 - Compton's study of the political questions and issues of the day has led him to give stalwart support to the republican party since age conferred upon him the right of franchise.
Page 289 - He has never had occasion to regret his determination to seek a home in the new world...
Page 381 - The hope that led him to leave his native land and seek a home in America has been more than realized. He found the opportunities he sought, — which, by the way, are always open to the ambitious, energetic man, — and making the best of these he has steadily worked his way upward.
Page 188 - His connection with any undertaking insures a prosperous outcome of the same, for it is in his nature to carry forward to successful completion whatever he is associated with.
Page 387 - Fellows, while his religious faith is indicated by his membership in the Methodist Episcopal church, to which his wife also belongs.
Page 259 - His life has been one of continuous activity, in which has been accorded due recognition •of labor ; and to-day, he is numbered among the substantial citizens of his county.
Page 125 - Our subject exercises his right of franchise in support of the men and measures of the Republican party.
Page 244 - 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 353 - His life has been exemplary in all respects and he has ever supported those interests which are calculated to uplift and benefit humanity, while his own high moral worth is deserving of the highest commendation.

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