John G. Lytle-Sheriff

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John G. Lytle-Sheriff - THE COUNTY OJFFlClAtS. Changes In the Various...
THE COUNTY OJFFlClAtS. Changes In the Various County Offices, January i, Will be Many, Special to Evening Record. MERCER, Dec. 9. Now that the first of January is al- i 4 - J most at hand discussion and rumors as to clerks to the several newly elected county offices ere rife. The commisEioncrs' clerk has not been elected as yet and who will be appointed is a mooted question. A local wiseacre who was cnc day, tiot long since, standing r.ear a telephone pole, conversing with some companionsi remarked that "he knew what was going over the wires but could not tell." Likewise do We know who the next commissioners' clerk will be. Alex. Morclaml, son of the clerk- elect, will succeed Miss Mary Greer es deputy clerk, than whom no more comely and competent clerk ever .held office in Mercer county. E. W. Webster, who has been in the prothonotary's office for many years, will be greatly missed. A more comc- tent and obliging clerk could not desired, and as a penman he is in a class by v himself. It seems almost like mulilting the! record to sec another handwriting on the dockets. fitted in cvry way for the posi- T, C. Cochrnn, Esq., will be Pro- thonotary Seidel's clerk, and he will be a worthy successor of Mr. W ebster, tion. Sheriff John G. Lytle will muster cne ' of his sons into service as deputy nd ' Recorder G. G. • Lafferty acts wisely in retaining Mrs. Law as clerk in the re- cbrder's oflice. Treasurer John W. Allison will do his own clerical work. ,

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  1. The Record-Argus,
  2. 09 Dec 1902, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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