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    WARREN N. WINTERS, dealer in wire fence and representative of the American Steel. Wire Fence Company of Chicago, has his residence and place of business in Staunton Township, on the Urbana Pike, about three-quarters of a mile from the public square in Troy. He has been located at his present residence for ten years, and has been in the fence business for some twelve years, putting up many fences throughout the country surrounding Troy. He is a capable businessman and has met with a high degree of success. Mr. Winters was born in Elizabeth Township, Miami County, Ohio, July 2, 1868, and comes of an old and respected family of that township, where both of his parents were born and died. He is a son of Obadiah and Mary (Stevenson) Winters.

    Warren N. Winters was born and lived until eight years old on the old home farm in Elizabeth Township, then with his parents came to Staunton Township for nine years, afterwards returning to Elizabeth Township. He received his education in the public schools. He followed farming until he engaged in his present business and about 1898 moved to Staunton Township. He owns the home in which he lives, and a good residence property adjoining. Mr. Winters was united in marriage with Miss Bertha Hagen, who was born and reared in Champaign County, Ohio, and is daughter of Augustus and Catherine (Smith) Hagen, her father a native of Germany and her mother of Darke County, Ohio. She was quite young when her parents moved to Miami County, Ohio. Fraternally, Mr. Winters is a member of the Impendent Order of Odd Fellows at Troy. He is a man of wide acquaintance in this vicinity and is held in high esteem.

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