Home > History Home > 1913 Industrial
 History - 1913 Industrial Edition


W. A. McKEE.

Previous to assuming the office of Deputy Sheriff in January, 1910, Mr. McKee had become well acquainted over our county as he was a purchaser of stock and in the livery business in Massena, thus becoming intimately acquainted in the towns and townships of Cass county. And when the office of Deputy Sheriff devolved upon him it found him prepared to do his work quickly and efficiently and at small expense to the tax payers, which is a feature that appeals to those who support our offices through the channel of taxation.

W. A. McKee

Mr. McKee vouchsafes the information that if given the nomination for Sheriff on the Republican ticket at the June primaries that he will use the experience and knowledge gained since assuming this office to further benefit the citizens, fulfilling his duties with integrity and a straight, clean business management.

Occupying the position he has naturally makes one conversant with all the details that are necessary to a succesful [sic successful] conducting of business so necessary for the well being of society.

To the people of our county he promises to fulfill justly every obligation that devolves as the Sheriff of this county.

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

Prev <== Continue ==> Next


Site Terms, Conditions & Disclaimer