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    Charles Thomas Boone, a resident of Miami county since 1903, is numbered among the energetic agriculturists of Bethel township, where he is the renter of a valuable and well cultivated property, owned by his father. He is a native of Franklin county, Virginia, born September 25, 1883, and belongs to an agricultural family, his parents, Joseph Benjamin and Betty (Angle) Boone, having been farming people in the Old Dominion state. Of the seven children in the family, six are living. Mr. Boone was educated in the public schools of his native county and when he reached man's estate engaged in farming on his own account. He was twenty years of age when he came to Miami county, where his success has been gained through industry and intelligent management of his interests. The 160 acre farm is fertile and productive and the improvements that he has placed thereon are modern in character and practical in design. It has been his well-merited fortune to have not only won success in a material way but to have attracted to himself the warm regard and confidence of those with whom he has been associated. During the period of the World war, the Ten Eyck district was allotted him in the war chest drives and he was able to bring this district well over it's quota. Mr. Boone married Bertie, daughter of Edward Dickson, of West Virginia. The pleasant Boone home is located on Tippecanoe City R.F.D. No. 4. In his political beliefs he gives his support to the Republican party.

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