William H Yockey 11 Jan 1917 Thurs pg 1

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William H Yockey 11 Jan 1917 Thurs pg 1 - BOTH CITY CLERK CARL ANDER. 8031 \ m > ( ITI...
BOTH CITY CLERK CARL ANDER. 8031 \ m > ( ITI rin; 181 Ul w. H. YOCKEY CANDIDATES FOR REELECTION ON NON-PARTISAN TICKET. Formal announcement was made yes terday of the candidacies for re-election of both City Clerk Carl Anderson ond City Treasurer W. H. Yockey. on the non-partisan ticket. Both City Clerk Anderson and City Treasurer Yockey have elected to become running mates with Attorney T. J. Riley, the non-partisan partys cand date for mayor and will reecive the nomination of that party for their respective offices without opposition. Both City Clerk Anderson and Cit) Treasurer Yockey are “first termers* and deserve re-election on their records. Escanaba has never In the history of tho city had a more efficient clerii than Mr. Anderson. He has taken a (ainstaking interest In the affairs of lus office and has so completely familiar zed himself with matters concerning Escanaba that he has become a veritable encyclopedia of city statistics, ordinance« and rules. He has at all times given his personal attention to the duties of his off ce and hai more than made good. If any clerk of the city of Escanaba has ever deserved re-election Mr. Anderson is the man. As a painstaking guardian of the W. H. Yockey in tho is occupied the treas- is m h he well m ked consclen s kept the ai hap* y bi iff i City’s finan< year that h urer’s of wh bus wi all times 1 >n perfect working t it ion has Mr. irom his office :iouM’ reputation proud. Hw and has at of the office t one s'ngle rice assuming the po- Yockey be-.’n absent and h s record in the C service of the peopli reive recognition. cannot but re-

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  1. Escanaba Morning Press,
  2. 11 Jan 1917, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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