Wolf Lewis. The modern merchant is the man who knows what the people want and supplies the best facilities for meeting those wants. He acts
Location: Chicago Illinois
Andrew Tornquist when he came to America from his native Sweden in 1879 had as his equipment some experience in mechanical trades and also as
Daniel Morrissey. In the case of this well known citizen of Champaign success speaks for itself. Perhaps a few men remember the time when Daniel
Harry C. Kariher, M. D. Perhaps no call is so insistent in man as that of personal service to others. It is one of the
Harry Herrick. The invention of the automobile not only brought a new element into business and social life, but in its subsequent development and improvement
Phillip Mohr arrived in Champaign County in 1874. He was then a young man, only a few years over from Germany, possessed a fair education,
Michael Lowry. One of the prominent and substantial families of Champaign County bears the name of Lowry and this name for half a century has
John W. Bocock, a retired business man at Sidney, has had an unusual range of experience varying from that of an old time telegraph operator
MICHAEL McNAMARA. – This prominent resident of Skagit county was born in Woodstock, Canada, in 1848. His early years, however, were spent in Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
Pearl M. Hollingsworth. A newspaper which has had a fine and vitalizing influence in its community is the Fisher News, of which Mr. Hollingsworth is
Charles Boys is one of the oldest residents of Champaign County, where he has witnessed the changes of fortunes of life in this community for
Frank A. Parker, D. O. Among the different recognized schools of the healing art, the science of osteopathy has undoubtedly made notable progress within the
William E. Durant. Few citizens of Clay County are better known than William E. Durant, who is clerk of the District Court, a veteran of
Harris W. Manning, M. D. The country along the banks of the Cottonwood River around Emporia had become a landmark in Kansas literature, largely due
John Wilson Lauck, M. D. Since 1903 Doctor Lauck had been engaged in his work as a physician and surgeon at Olsburg in Pottawatomie County.
James E. Hyett, M. D., who had been successfully engaged in practice at St. Marys since 1909, came to Kansas with his parents in 1875.
Martin S. McCreight, M. D. A resident of Kansas since early boyhood, Doctor McCreight is one of the oldest business men and professional men of
Joseph Cook Bunten, M. D. Since 1915 the medical profession at Douglass had been capably represented by Doctor Bunten, a young physician and surgeon of
Walter C. Palmer, M. D., after practicing several years in Kansas City, Missouri, where his father was for a number of years a member of
Joseph O. Ward, M. D., is a physician and surgeon of Horton whose work and attainments have brought him increasing repntstion for skill and ability.