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    W. F. Caldwell, Editor Herald, Tippecanoe City ; born in Tippecanoe Jan. 8, 1857 ; is the son of C. L. and Mary (Stewart) Caldwell, the latter a native of this county, and the former of Delaware Co., Ohio. C. L. was a marble cutter by occupation, and came to this county when a young man. He was married in Troy, Ohio, and had seven children; from Troy he moved to Tippecanoe, and subsequently to Kansas, where his death occurred in 1873. Our subject, the oldest of the family, was reared and schooled in his native place, obtaining a good education; at the age of 18 he left school, and entered the drug business at Deshler, Ohio, which he soon abandoned and learned the printing business, under Col. Horton, of Tippecanoe, which he, has since followed ; he became one of the proprietors of the Tippecanoe City Herald, March 1880. He is a member of the Lutheran Church, the "Faithful Temperance League," and is a Republican in politics. Mr. Caldwell is an enterprising and promising young man of Tippecanoe.

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