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This gentleman was born in Cass county thirty-two years ago and has grown to manhood within its confines.

Al Emigh

For six years he was associated with the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific railroad as bill clerk and other positions of trust, and was well versed in this line of work. He voluntarily relinquished this position to become Deputy Clerk of the District Court, a position he has filled for four years with industry and ability, thereby winning the esteem and confidence of those who have business relations with this office, to such an extent that upon his announcement to stand for the nomination of Clerk of the District Court on the Republican ticket at the coming June primaries the bar of Cass county endorsed him for this office, something that was never done heretofore by this association.

Al Emigh has fulfilled his duties courteously and conscientiously and is a member of Pymosa Lodge 271 of Masons. He is well known all over Cass county and is enthusiastically boosted for this place, and is desirous of thanking his many supporters through the News-Telegraph Industrial edition for their many favors.

From: Industrial Edition, published by Atlantic News Telegraph, Atlantic, Iowa, 1913, pg. 46. Transcribed by Cheryl Siebrass, March 2018.

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