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FREDERICK KILLMER, D.D.S.,
I,.D.,S., St. Catharines, Ont., was
born at Malahide, Elgin County
on the 24th of September, IS;2. He
commenced his education at the
Komoka Seminary-, then attended the
Aylmer High School, and afterwards
the Normal School, Toronto, where he
obtained a second class " A " certificate.
He taught school from 1877 to 1881 at
Frome and Sliedden, Elgin County,
and then entered a dental office as
student, where lie remained three nears,
during which time he took regular
courses in the Toronto School of Den-
tistry. He graduated in 1884 as Gold

Medalist, and took the degree of D.D.S. ill Toronto in i889. He began his profession in St. Catharines in 1884, and has been eminently successful in business. While attending to all branches of dentistrv, he makes a specialty of operative. He is a member of St. Paul Street 'Methodist Church, a member of the Quarterly Board, and also trustee. In politics he is Reform. He is a member of the Masonic BodN-, also of the I.O.O.F., and other societies. He was married November 27th, 1877, to 'lary, eldest daughter of the late William Harvey, ALP. for Fast Elgin.

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