W.A Zeller Jr.
i W. A. ZELLER. When the term of W. H. Shldeler as county clerk expired, the attorneys at the bar united In a request to his successor that he retain the services of W. A. Zeller as deputy la the court room. Mr. Zeller had expected to retire and had made arrangements when the election returned a Democratic Democratic clerk to enter into another line of employment, but the attorneys practicing' before the Huntington county bar asked the new Democratic clerk to disregard politics and appoint Mr. Zeller because the service ren dered by him the last four years had been the best given In the county. His thorough familiarity with the papers papers in the cases, his knowledge of Judicial procedure gained from a long experience as the court stenographer, and his willing and painstaking disposition disposition made him a favorite with all. So far as experience can qualify a man, he is the best qualified of any In Huntington county for the place he seeks. Forty - eight years of age, the son of a soldier, Mr. Zeller is one of the best qualified printers in Huntington. He learned his trade on the Herald, and he has been a reporter on its staff. Serving a number of years as court reporter, he was with the Herald when Mr. Shldeler made him court clerk. Mr. Zeller has lived continuously in Huntington. In 1887 . he married Miss Millie Van Antwerp, sister of Thomas and Theodore Van Antwerp, and their home has been blessed with three children, the oldest, Claire, now being employed in Chicago. Their home is a happy and hospitable one. Mr. Zeller is popular in the Knights of Pythias and in the Uniform Rank, the Red men and the National Union. He is also a member ot Huntington Typographical union. There isn't the shadow of a doubt that Mr. Zeller will discharge the duties of the office with the greatest competence and the highest courtesy possible. -