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    S. D. Hartman, physician, Tippecanoe City; born in Tippecanoe, Aug. 14, 1846: is the son of Dr. A. B. Hartman, of Lancaster Co., Penn., who was married twice and had two children by the first, and six by the second marriage, which was with Delilah Campbell, of this county. Our subject is the oldest child of the second marriage; he was reared and schooled in his native place, and at the age of 16, learned milling, subsequently becoming a telegraph operator, being an assistant in this place, where he acquired the art, and then operated in the Troy office for twenty months; he left the office in September, 1869, entered the medical college of Ann Arbor, Mich., and took a course of lectures; in the spring he returned to his native place, read and practiced with his father till September, 1871, when he returned to Ann Arbor, and graduated in the following spring. He has since been practicing in Tippecanoe City, where his energy and careful attention to his profession have won him the confidence and esteem of the public, building up a large and lucrative practice. He was in the United States service in the late civil war, from March to September, 1865, as a member of 196th O. V. I. In politics he is a Republican. He is a member of the following societies: Miami County Medical Association, Western Ohio Medical Association, Ohio Medical Association, A. F.& A.M., I. O. O. F. and Royal Arcanum, and also a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He was married in June, 1875, to Miss Laura Byrkett, of this county, and they have two daughters.

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