M. E. Milford
 
M. E. MILFORD.
The subject of this sketch was born January 12, 1856, near Rockville, Connecticut, and came West about the outbreak of the Civil War, where he has ever since remained. The greater portion of Mr. Milford's life has been spent in newspaper offices, and he bears the reputation of being a first-class newspaper man, whether inhis connection with daily or weekly newsapers. In 1884 he was induced to abandon his work on a daily paper published in Topeka, Kansas, and, instead, to assume the business management of the Indian Chieftain, published by a stock company, at Vinita: and since that time the aforementioned paper has largely increased in popularity, and at present has a large circulation and advertising patronage. Mr. Milford has, at different periods, held a number of positions of public trust, in which he has never failed to honorably discharge the duties incumbent on his position. He is now a member of the Board of Trustees for Worcester Academy, and a member of the Board of Directors of the First National Bank, Vinita. Mr. Milford married Miss Laura A.Chesney, daughter of Dr. Charles T. Chesney, of Topeka, Kansas, by whom he has one child, Lucille, born March 17, 1891. Mr. Milford is a gentleman of refinement, affable in manner, kind and hospitable to all, which accounts for the many friends he has made in the Indian Territory.
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