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Mr. H. M. Boorman, the subject of this article, has made a wonderful success of his life's work. Mr. Boorman has added to his professional fitness a wonderful grasp of the various channels of the law, both civil and criminal and liability.

H. M. Boorman

He is a type of the citizen who expresses his convictions and stands by them. His grasp of affairs has made him successful in many ventures and his coming out on top many times is attributable to an active and alert mind that grasps the psychological moment, thereby stamping him with the signet of "winner". Mr. Boorman is conversant with our system of monetary laws and the fact that he possesses a goodly amount of the coin of the realm may be credited thereto. On account of his forensic ability he is in demand as toast master and orator at various public gatherings.

Mr. Boorman is a doer of deeds and is in line with the greater Atlantic sentiment. Such citizens and professional men are a real asset to any community.

Mr. Boorman enjoys the distinction of having tried more cases against the railroads and won them than any other attorney in the western states. His word is always as good as a bond.

From: Industrial Edition, published by Atlantic News Telegraph, Atlantic, Iowa, 1913, pg.43. Transcribed by Cheryl Siebrass, March, 2018.

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