Makers of Fort Worth Page: 63
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P. H. Hamilton
AUL H. HAMILTON,
of the Neptune
Meter company with
headquarters in Fort
l e. i Worth, has one of the
most extensive and important territories
in the United States. Because
of his peculiar ability, his geniality
and affability, Mr. Hamilton has
one of the largest acquaintances in
the West. Everybody that knows
Paul Hamilton, likes him. Paul
Hamilton was born in Trumbul of 1
county, Ohio, the son of Wilson S. :
and Mary Floyd Hamilton, natives
of that county. After a course in M
the county schools, young Hamilton
entered Western Reserve at CleveI
land, Ohio, finishing his studies
there and then embarking in the .;;
waterworks supply business. Ask I (i",!~
Mr. Hamilton's friends, if he has a
hobby besides the selling of waterworks
supplies and they'll all tell
you that he is more than an advocate
of "good roads for Tarrant
county." He is almost a crank on
the question, if one can be a crank
on such a subject. He married Miss
Mazie Brownell, December 27, 1905.
Mr. Hamilton is a prominent member
of the Fort Worth lodge of Elks
and a member of the Sons of the
American Revolution. In politics he
is a Democrat, but has held no office.
Paul Hamilton is a brother of
Grant E. Hamilton, for twenty-five
years Art Editor of Judge. Recently
he has gone to Cincinnati,
and will divide his time between
Fort Worth and that city. Next to
closing a big business deal he likes
hunting, and is an expert shot.
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