Clipped From Hamilton Evening Journal
K. V. NcKinmy Won And Eobert C. McKhmey won and lost. He was a young about Hamilton; at one time assistant postmaster. Then lie to the Niles Tool Works Co. There he had the opportunity show the executive talent that was in him. When the enlarged into a combination of manufacturing companies, II. McKinney was made the president and lie became one of captains of big industry of the United States--for the Niles, Bement' Pond Coc, is one of the largest manufacturing .itions of our country. In being thus honored with the of such an important manufacturing corporation, II. C. NEY WON. But there is another side. His work now took him t? York City. Thei'e he became only ONE INDIVIDUAL IN GPiEAT MASS OF MEN. Here in his little home city a big man--a leading citizen. In New York his individuality was swallowed up in the crowd. The work as president of corporation was severe; it undermined his health; his death a time when he should yet be of vigorous body was due overwork as president of the big manufacturing corporation. LOST. As a citizen of Hamilton, we of this city will remember R. C. McKinney. He grew to manhood and to business htfre; he was essentially a self-made man; he was not business prominence; lie got there because of his ability. after he came into possession of wealth the LIBERALITY HIS CHARACTER SHOWED ITSELF AND 1IF, AIDED FREELY IN MANY GOOD CAUSES. Hamilton has had few men to do anything for the the people. R. C. McKinney is one of the men who did He gave Ruth hospital to the .Children's Home and the handsomely remodeled United Presbyterian church is evidence of regard for his old home. WE REGRET THAT HE HAVE LIVED A LONGER SPAN OF YEARS AND THEM IN HAMILTON.