GEORGE R. FULTZ, of the firm of Fultz & Millard, real estate, loan, insurance and abstract agents, was born in Ohio in 1843, and reared on a farm. He received a collegiate education, and at the age of seventeen joined the army, being assigned to the Fifth Pennsylvania, where he served three months, and at the end of that time re-entered the service again, this time in the One Hundred and Fifth Pennsylvania, where se(sic) served three years. In the battle if(sic) Fair Oaks he was wounded in the foot, in the battle of Gettysburg he received a wound in his head, and a bad wound in the breast at the battle of the Wilderness. In 1865 he was mustered out and returned to Pennsylvania and Illinois, stopping for a short time, when he was commissioned in the Revenue Department, and assigned duty in Little Rock, Ark., where he went in 1865, remaining till 1868. He read law in the office of Governor Phelps, eighteen months, when he went to Mount Vernon, Mo., where he commenced the practice of law, at which he continued until 1873. He then came to Wellington, Kansas, and commenced the practice of his profession in connection with the real estate business, which he has since merged into a general real estate, loan, abstract and insurance business. Is a stockholder and director of the First National Bank of Wellington, and a Notary Public. Is a member of the Free Masons, A.O.U.W., and also a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Was married to Miss L.P.Brown, of Virginia, in 1870, by whom he has had four children - Flora May, George C., Jasper K. and Allen, deceased. Mr. Fultz is one of the genuine representative men, of the very best class to be found anywhere, or in any community. His business qualifications of are of the first order, and his social and religious characteristics raise him to the highest point in the estimation of his associates and fellow citizens. Comparatively a young man, he has obtained wealth in abundance, and that which is till(sic) more valuable, The approbation of all who know him."