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Miller Block, Walnut and Linden Streets, c. 1895
Miller Block, Walnut and Linden Streets, c. 1895

James H. Feeney

Mr. Feeney is an attorney and counselor at law, and has his consulting chambers in the Miller block. He graduated at the law school of Wisconsin University in the year 1890 and practiced his profession at Green Bay, Wisconsin, for ten years prior to his coming to the city in June last. He is a careful adviser and shrewd pleader and ever faithful and upright in the discharge of all matters affecting his clients interest. His natural ability, legal knowledge and experience make him a welcome addition to our local bar and a practitioner in whose hands clients can repose their interests with all confidence.

J. E. Havener

A young, energetic and enterprising business man who is successfully engaged in the insurance business is Mr. J. E. Havener, whose office is at No. 132 Laporte avenue. Mr. Havener is a general insurance agent but specially and more particularly engaged in life insurance and is a local agent of the old established and prosperous Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. Mr. Havener is a man of good business qualifications and has lived in the city for 18 years. He is well known in business and social circles and is an esteemed and public spirited citizen.
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