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In a native of the Hawkeye Commonwealth, having first greeted the dawn in Guthrie county. After passing a certain number of milestones he entered Highland Park College, Des Moines, receiving his degree in 1904.

His unusual business ability and square dealing has brought to his store a host of followers, thus building up one of the most prosperous drug trades in our environment.

R. H. Moore

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Those who typify and stand as he does for the better things of life are a great asset to any community.

Mr. Moore is a member of the Commercial Club and has his shoulder to the wheel as a "booster" of the "boosters" for Atlantic.


Mr. Herbert was born and raised in Cass county, and has a general acquaintance and many friends within its borders. The phase of the commercial life in which Mr. Herbert is engaged requires research and accuracy. Any document issued under his seal inspires confidence in the individual and the public. In business he is exact and enterprising and fulfills his obligations, and is full of the spirit of progressiveness for the welfare of Atlantic and Cass county. His office location is on East Fifth street and his business interests are in a thriving and prosperous condition.


Dick York, the well known popcorn and peanut man, has a host of friends made during his residence here and is always a booster for Atlantic.

From: Industrial Edition, published by Atlantic News Telegraph, Atlantic, Iowa, 1913, pg. 88. Transcribed by Cheryl Siebrass, January, 2015.

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