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    SAMUEL HART, one of Bradford's most active-business men, occupying quarters in the busiest part of the town, on the Darke County side of Main Street, deals extensively in flour, feed, grain, baled hay, straw, and coal. He was born in Wayne County, Indiana, January 17, 1866, and is a son of Isaac and Mary (Mohler) Hart. The late Isaac Hart was a well known farmer in Newton Township, Miami County, Ohio, where he settled in 1873. He resided on that farm until the close of his life. His widow still survives.

    Samuel Hart was reared on the home farm in Newton Township from the age of seven years and remained there until he came to Bradford in 1904 and embarked in his present business. Through energy and enterprise he has advanced himself to a leading position among the business men of this section of the county, and likewise in the eastern portion of Darke and the southern part of Shelby Counties. Mr. Hart was married to Miss Lizzie Caldwell, who is now deceased, and is survived by two children, Ethel and Charles. Mr. Hart is identified with both the Masons and Odd Fellows and is favorably known in fraternal circles, taking a hearty interest in lodge work. he has never taken a very active part in politics life.

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