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FLORA. ILINOIS. riURSDAY. .ILLY KJ. IJ)I-I
Llll lla-ic, wlinsc laiiiili.ir face is seen In the almve cul. is a candidate belore the lepiihlic.in primary lor County .1 udge.
Mr. Ilagle was iHirn In .lelTerson i'ounty. Illinois, and moved to Louis¬ ville In 1.S71. lie studied law and was admitted to practice In 1h74 and three years later received I'. S. li¬ cense which estahlished his right to prai'tice in «ny court. His record as a counselor fur all these years has been clean and etlicient.
In iwl he was elected county judge and could have easily have been re¬ elected out declined to run. lie was a candidate for county treasurer In Iltld. This is the extent of his ortice seeking exi^epl at this time when be presents his name to tlie people of C'lay county and is willing to abide by their decision In the primary.
.Mr. ilagle's fainlllarlty with the law and especially his knowledge of oounty court priK'eedlngs. and prac¬ tice especially iiualilies him lor the position he .seeks. This, with a long and lionorahle rei'ord and acquain¬ tance with the Iieople of this counly and their needs will couimend him to tlieir favorable consideration.
.1 udge Hagle has always taken an active interesi In the welfare and up¬ building of our county and lias l)een prominently indentilied witii its growth. ^leljt'came a memlH'r ol the Masonic lodge in l.'