This well known and representative farmer and stockman is a substantial and enterprising citizen of Malheur County, dwelling near Ontario, five and one-half miles southwest, where he has a fine farm of one hundred and eighty acres, well tilled and improved with buildings, orchards, and so forth in addition to which he owns one hundred acres of land in another place, besides other property. The birth of Mr. Amidon occurred at Flenn, Allegan County, Michigan in 1860, August 23, being the son of Edson and Electa (Tracy) Amidon. The father enlisted in Company B, Thirteenth Michigan in October, 1861. He
Location: Allegan County MI
Creech, Harris; banker and mfg.; born, Cleveland, Feb. 26, 1874; son of James and Clarabelle Simmods Creech; High School education; married, Allegan, Mich., Oct. 7, 1903; Carlotta Pope; one daughter, Florence, and one son, James; with The Garfield Savings Bank Co. since 1892; now vice pres. and treas. The Ajax Mfg. Co.; member Union and Mayfield Clubs.
Collie, Willard A.; supt. car service, N. Y., C. & St. L. R. R.; born, Martin, Mich., Nov. 28, 1871; public school education in Plainvill, Mich.; married, Fort Wayne, Ind., Sept. 20, 1897, Ella Crosby; two sons, Murray and Wayne; entered service of N. Y., C. & St. Louis R. R. March 10, 1890 as telegraph operator; then car distributor, chief clerk to division supt. and chief clerk to supt. transportation; appointed supt. car service, January, 1911.