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    GAINOR JENNINGS, M.D., has been engaged in the practice of medicine at West Milton, Miami County, Ohio, for twenty-six years, and enjoys a prestige throughout the surrounding country. He was born at West Carroll, Ohio, June 4, 1862, and is a son of Dr. Solomon Jennings, of West Milton, who is the oldest practitioner in this section. The latter has been in practice here during the past forty-seven years, and has his office with his son, devoting his attention solely to the treatment of chronic diseases.

    Gainor Jennings received his early educational training in the public schools at West Milton, supplemented by a scientific course in Earlham College, at Richmond, Indiana. He then began preparation for his professional career, completing medical courses at Baltimore, Maryland, and at Cincinnati, Ohio. Immediately after graduation he opened an office for practice at West Milton, where he has since continued with the highest success. He is a thorough student, and keeps well abreast the rapid advancement being made in medical science; he not only has the confidence of the people, professionally, but as well their friendship and highest esteem. His office is in a brick building which he owns and had built.

    Dr. Jennings was united in marriage with Miss Amanda Pearson, of West Milton, and they have two sons: Paxton; and Ewing, who has been studying in Germany for more than a year. Politically, the Doctor is a Democrat, and is a member of the School Board. For more than twenty years he has been surgeon for the C.H.& D. Railway Company. Fraternally, he is a member of Blue Lodge, F.& A.M., Knights Templar, the Mystic Shrine, and Independent Order of Odd Fellows. Religiously, he and his wife are members of the Christian Church.

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