History of Wapello County, Iowa, Volume 2 (Google eBook)

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Harrison Lyman Waterman
S. J. Clarke publishing Company, 1914 - Wapello County (Iowa)
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Page 583 - Williams exercises his right of franchise in support of the men and measures of the republican party...
Page 372 - Hannaford pursued his education in the district schools and was reared to the occupation of farming, early becoming familiar with the best methods of tilling the soil and caring for the crops.
Page 206 - He has earned for himself an enviable reputation as a careful man of business, and in his dealings is known for his prompt and honorable methods, which have won him the deserved and unbounded confidence of his fellowmen.
Page 333 - Doctor gives his political allegiance to the republican party, while his religious faith is indicated by his membership in the Christian church, to which his wife and children also belong.
Page 105 - In no instance has his reading ever been confined to the limitations of the questions at issue; it has gone beyond and compassed every contingency and provided not alone for the expected, but for the unexpected, which happens in the courts quite as frequently as out of them.
Page 485 - Presbyterian church, and fraternally his associations are with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, the Knights of Pythias, and the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, having numerous friends both outside and inside of his fraternal relations.
Page 38 - Maccabees and his political allegiance is given to the republican party, but the honors and emoluments of office have had no attraction for him, as he has always preferred to concentrate his energies upon the duties which have devolved upon him in business.
Page 269 - Fry gives his political allegiance to the republican party, which he has supported since age conferred upon him the right of franchise.
Page 208 - He exercises his right of franchise in support of the men and measures of the Republican party, but has never sought or desired office, preferring to give his time and attention to his business affairs, in which he is meeting with creditable and well-deserved success.
Page 194 - Elks, the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, the Modern Woodmen of America, the Woodmen of the World and the Ancient Order of United Workmen.

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