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330 CHICAGO DAILY KKWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.


FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1902.

1. Counties of Beaufort, Camdeu, Cho-.van,
Ourrituek, Dare, Gates, Hertford, Hyde,
Martin, Pasquotank, Perquirnaus, Pitt, Tyr-
rell and Washingtoa
John H Small Dem .. 14,086


Montgomery, Moore, Randolph, Richmond,
Scotland, Union and Yadkin.
Robert N. Page, Dem 13,269


K 11. Morriss, Rep 2,482


Scattering 143


8. Counties of Alexander, Allegheny, Ashe,
Cabarrus, Caldwell, Iredell, Rowen, Stanly,
Surry, Watauga and Wilkes.
T. F. Kluttz, Dem 15632


H E Hodges' Rep 1,834


2. Counties of Bertie, Edgecombe. Greene,
Halifax, Lenoir, Northampton, Warren and
Wilson.


E. Spencer Blackburn, Rep 14,158


John W. Long 61


Scotland Harris Rep 118


9. Counties of Burke, Catawba, Cleveland,
Gaston, Lincoln, Madison, Mecklenburg,
Mitchell and Yancey.
E. Y. Webb, Dem 14087




3. Counties of Cartoret, Craven, Duplin,
Jones, Onslow, Pamlico, Fender, Sampson
and Wayne.
C R. Thomas, Dem 11,198


George B. Hiss, Rep 8,778


10. Counties of Buncombe, Cherokee, Clay,
Graham, Haywood, Henderson, Jackson,
McDowell, Macon, Polk, Rutherford, Swain
and Transylvania.
James M. Gudger, Jr., Dem 12,700
James M. Moody, Rep 12,517


George E Butler Rep 4,567


Scattering 2


4. Counties of Chatham, Franklin, John-
ston, Nash, Vance and Wake.
Edward W. Pou, Dem 13.799


Thomas L. Banks, Rep 771
Scattering 18


LEGISLATURE.

Senate. House. J.B.
Republicans 8 17 25


5. Counties of Alamance, Caswell, Dur-
ham, Forsyth, Granville, Gnilford, Orange,
Person. Rockingham and Stokes.
W W Kitchin Dem 17 900


Democrats 39 101 140


Populists 3 2 5


j L 'Patterson Rep 9,511


STATE OFFICERS.

(All democrats.) i
Governor Charles G. Aycock.
Lieutenant-Governor W. D. Turner.
Secretary J. B. Grimes.
Auditor B^ F. Dixon.
Treasurer B. R. Long.

DAKOTA.

PRESIDENT 1900 , , Gov.'98-> / PRES. 1896-*
. Dem. Pro.Peo. S.D. Rep. Fus. Rep.Dem.Pro.

ey.Bryan.Woolley.Barker.Debs.FancherHotaes.M'Kinl'v.Bryan.Uv'g

4 1076 32 7 22. 1168 819. 986 977 24
15 319 18 3 12. 732 269. 549 227 7
8 50 13. 92 6. 78 27 1
8 628 12 7 17. 514 482. 369 389 5
9 339 1 1 2. 778 163. 729 338 3
5 1636 103 4 78. 2(>09 14(3. 3050 2089 48
1 1211 32 3 44. 932 812. 730 1158 12
5 567 14 5 8. 713 527. 619 587 6
6 235 8 1 7. 398 202. 278 243 2
2 311 1 2. 404 195. 300 168 3
5 241 16 2 1. 304 217. 216 143 2
3 1532 58 10 41. 1409 2563. 2432 1893 40
7 407 29 3 2. 377 365. 318 360 7
5 70 9 . 229 62. 176 104
7 405 10 9. 600 381. 460 401 2
1 35 1. 137 16. 70 25
3 222 8 2 23. 292 212. 217 166 1
125 . 585 49. 336 66
7 110 3 1. 299 52. 124 79
19 41 . 190 9. 115 28
6 536 3 4. 867 514. 752 393 3
4 575 24 4 25. 730 681. 616 603 2
19 75 2 . 94 67. 59 58 -
2 1321 59 1 17. 1549 1237. 1687 1807 52
5 276 526. 328 108. 222 75 1
6 495 15 5 29. 771 550. 869 665 12
2 500 30 9 10. 779 614. 766 579 11
7 1399 37 33. 1594 1351. 1843 1160 12
6 355 8 2 6. 427 320. 306 331 8
4 564 18 1 9. 686 498. 587 636 4
9 425 4 1 4. 547 242. 530 216 2
4 214 18 15 2. 614 252. 572 322 7
6 712 30 4. 821 652. 705 578 -12
15 454 14 26. 460 291. 303 394 12
o 409 56 1 16. 1289 659. 1673 (174 20
19 1802 29 3 16. 1548 1928. 1707 2134 23
10 364 14 10 25. 523 194. 299 193 4
,6 388 8 8 13. 774 371. 584 317


6. Counties of Bladen. Brunswick, Colum-
bus, Cumberland, Harnett, New Hanover
and Robeson.
G B Patterson Dem 9.901


A H Slocum Rep 4,430


7.' Counties of Anson, Davidson, Davie,
NORTH

COUNTIES. . Gov. 1902. , .
(33) Rep. Dem. Soc. Rep

White. Cronan. Grant. McKinl

Barnes 1368 437 1(>8. 135


Benson 1207 441 17. 101


Billings 132 22 1. IS


Bottirieau 1115 815 52. 72


Burleigh .. . 723 395 6 67


Cass 1858 1415 154. 34f


Cavalier .- 1297 968 42. 136


Dickey 691 360 38. 76


Eddy.. . . 415 105 U. 4a


Emmons.. . . 411 229 8. 45


Foster . 409 339 6. 4]


Grand Forks . .. 1596 1538 70. 260


Griggs . 409 296 21. 52


Kidder .... 259 52 1. 22


LaMoure.... . 693 322 17. 55


Logan. . 271 12 1. 2J


McHenry 1169 441 56. 5f


Mclntosh 497 22 1. 6E


McLean 635 81 11. 51


Mercer . 212 4 .21


Morton . 922 447 14. 10E


Nelson . . 838 438 113. 9!


Oliver 100 55 . H


Pembina 1585 1014 4. 173


Pierce... 647 287 20. 5S


Kamsey.... .975 293 46. 1U


Hansom .. .858 317 34. 9i


Hichland.. .. 1563 1419 36. 2Ct


Kolette 592 407 35. 5t


Sargent 690 358 45. 7t


Stark 498 271 18. T


Stceie 310 76 25. 75


Stutsman... .... 971 587 16. 1(T


Towner . . 707 426 18. 81


Traill . . 795 352 33. 15i


Walsh . 1433 1463 66. 18(


Ward 1824 607 66. 8J


Wells... . 884 294 30. 91


Williams 254 111 2. 249 95 2 . H7 108. 103 83 8


Total... ...31613 175761245. 358


1 20519 731 110 518. 27308 19496. 26335 20686 358
"i. . 7812 . 5649
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57769 .. 46804 .. 47379


Plurality. .. 1403? . 153'


Percent 62.68 34.852.47.. 62.]
Total vote 50434



ELECTION RETURNS.



331



FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS 1902.

Thomas F. Marshall. Rep 32.!1SO

Burleigh F. Spalding. Ucp 82.864

L. A. Ueland. Dem 14.765

V. R. Lovell, Dem 14.892

King, Soc 1,195

LEGISLATURE.

Senate. House. J.B.

Republicans 81 85 llti

Democrats 9 i(j



STATE OFFICERS.

(Ail republicans.)

Governor Frank White.

Lieuteuant-Governor David Bartlett.

Secretary of State E. K. Porter.

State Auditor H. L. Holmes.

State Treasurer D. H. McMillan.

Sup't of Public Instruction W. L. Stockwell.

Commissioner of Insurance Ferdinand

Louts.

Attorney-General C. N. Frick.
Commissioner of Agriculture and Labor

R. J. Turner.



OHIO.



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(88) Rep. Dem. Pro. Soc. 8. L

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Adams 3350 2786

Allen 4449 4885

Ashland 2027 2620

Ashtabula 6545 1595

Athens 4680 1623

Auglaize 2045 3080 35 18

Belmont 5537 3865 319 128

Brown 1958 2797 41 5

Butler 5033 6384 120 381

Carroll 2241 1381 67 11

Champaign 3268 1818 194 23

Clark 5333 3561 202 603

Clermont 3887 3876 82 42

Clinton '..... 3291 1577 160

Columbiana 6856 2892 447

Coshocton 2889 3243

Crawford 2113 3865

Cuyahoga 34027 36355

Darke 4145 4967

Defiance 2307 2924

Delaware 8129 2560

Erie 4494 3998 66 47

Fairfleld 2819 9333 141 11

Fayette 2486 1526 62 5

Franklin 19138 17173

Fulton 2851 1636

Gallia 3064 1791

Geauga 1670 429

Greene 3317 1695

Guernsey 3831 2466

Hamilton 48775 21241

Hancock 4826 4587

Hardin 4292 3877

Harrison 2348 1379

Henry 2173 30(8 57 4 3.

Highland 3691 2707 165 9 3.

Hocking 2558 2589 34 11 6.

Holmes 844 1855 43 3 .

Huron 3833 2509 122 57 8.

Jackson 4169 2506 78 9 8.

Jefferson 4248 1741 188 41 26.

Knox 3029 3117 110 10 5.

Lake 2532 1133 76 16 4.

Lawrence 4237 2132 46 8 4.

Licking 4915 5115 124 12 1.

Logan 3730 1780 132 30 6.

Lorain 5758 2787 124 70 19.

Lucas 13575 7678 223 16 205.

Madison 2679 1877 57 3 3.

Mahoning 7183 4672 212 90 38.

Marion 3488 3687 111 6 3.

Medina 2521 1221 91 46 5.

Meigs 3278 1425 49 23 5.

Mercer 1546 3142 39 9 1.

Miami 5046 3460 79 42 9.

Monroe 1622 3165 70 14 22.

Montgomery 10171 12405 271 1007 140.

Morgan 2272 1737 118 1 2.

Morrow 2158 1840 169 13 2.

Muskingum 0284 5457 506 156 14.

Noble 229H 1700 99 2 1.

Ottawa 16; 2806 28 5 1.

Paulding 3185 2967 67 6 10.

Perry 3918 3127 97 14 14.



^ , GOVERNOR 1901
. Rep. Dem. Pro. Soc.

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4636 1791 93

2268 3512 36

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2495 3204 32

5103 7388 103

2257 1379 75

3770 2365 118

0439 4558 158

3844 3587 53

3646 1658 119

7038 4071 468

3122 3352 140

2396 4298 90

31720 31835 616

4397 4903 106

2165 2897 35

3550 2962 117

4502 4004

3402 4776

2826 1861

17522 19792 301

2911 1296 43

3424 1075 70

1908 423 58

4205 1834 111

3873 2175 188



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4174 3755

2531 1509 71

2129 3147 56

3893 3699 97

2599 2525 26

920 2116 32

3986 2707 114

4123 2729 45

4513 1868 167

3706 3592

2562 772

4217 1994

5174 5795

4157 2072 104

5937 2381 143

12569 10901 181

2907 2229 38

6829 4745 134

3566 3740 78

2799 1391 69

3512 178fi 56

1441 2691 41

5574 3512 63

1032 8349 37

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8535 3169 68 6

5281 6540 100 19

2641 3399 64 2

9272 3438 257 53

6126 2529 99 22

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8217 6251 248 38

2991 4397 59 2

6025 8880 103 44

20fi8 1720 56 6

4306 3192 105 3

8806 6243 162 57

3990 4244 61

4149 2394

10255 5997 528 55

3592 8940 108 21

3150 6968 57 43

45299 42440 621 983

4834 6003 89 6

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5014 3120 210 12

55466 40228 309 1141

5559 53-22 143 10

4389 4190 118 1

3274 2261

2623 4157

4078 8938 115

2923 2896 15

1269 3394

4993 3900 106 17

4932 3313 55 14

6470 3575 278 17

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332 CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.


I-aylln. Bigelow. White. Hayes. Ad

Pickaway 2810 8668 78 10


ams. Nasli.KilbournePinneyThompsonMcKinlej.Brjan.Woollej.Debs

2. 2932 3572 65 6.. 3201 4033 68 4
3. 2138 2180 16 5.. 2342 1960 13 9
j. 3400 . 2099 134 12. . 4311 3Col 172 16
1. 3253 2680 80 8.. 3548 3206 91 5
r. 2342 3793 45 27.. 2817 4943 42 10
8. 4503 5255 88 35.. 5461 6581 78 7
3. 5085 4653 49 16.. 5463 5035 52 3
3. 3377 3504 71 .. 4003 4915 75 16
3. 4398 2378 66 198.. 5756 3629 62 91
2. 4148 4463 82 67.. 4904 5946 114 77
1 2220 3160 38 11.. 2482 3837 53 3
I. 11394 7981 325 115.. 13165 10651 290 97
4. 7121 5224 340 82.. 10072 8413 328 68
1. 5352 1753 142 232.. 7723 3686 190 81
4. 4893 5227 58 30.. 6355 6867 75 39
2. 3266 1866 57 .. 3561 2484 66 -
5. 3850 3480 41 9.. 4006 3582 49 4
-. 1890 1290 21 1.. 2141 1648 22 2
J. 3730 2060 42 10.. 4311 2675 58 6
j. 5459 4079 203 7.. 6542 5399 154 7
3. 3564 3981 275 5.. 4244 5463 281 10
2. 3260 2514 75 52.. 3416 3049 74 26
7. 5491 3292 145 47.. 7153 5752 159 32
3. 1911 2363 33 15.. 2397 3268 27 8


Pike 2113 2488 33 5


Portage 3502 3047 136 32


Preble 3161 2851 124 12


Putnam 2017 3653 65 78 1


Richland 4493 5023 122 16T) 1


Koss 4899 4321 85 48 1


Sandusky 3989 4377 94 76


Scioto 4765 2683 117 237 1


Seneca.... 4805 4914 102 150 1


Shelby.. 2106 2838 57 23


Stark 10172 7068 353 265 12


Summit 8259 6797 377 317 7


Trumbull 4589 1530 157 164 2


Tuscarawas 5085 4918 63 82 7


Union 3022 1839 98 1


Van Wert 3632 3424 46 13


Vinton. .. . 1795 1425 19 1 -


Warren 3146 1604 75 19


Washington 4600 3451 281 12


Wayne 3773 4414 245 34


Williams 3412 2675 94 58 1


Wood .. .... 5336 3955 238 65


Wyandot 2035 2541 43 28


Total 436171 345706 1233614270 298;
Plurality 90465


3.436092368525 9878 7359.. 54:3918 474882 10203 4847
. 67567 .. 69036
?. 50.90 41.72 1.17 .94.. 52.29 45.66 .99 .46
840147 . . 1040073
ived 525,991 votes; Bryan, Dem., 474,882; Bryan,
.,1,167; Bentley, Nat., 2.716; Palmer, G.D., 1857


Percent. 53.75 42.60 1.52 1.76 .$
Total vote 811466


In 1896, for president, McKinley, Rep., rece
Pop 2 615- Levering, Pro., 5,068; Matchett, S. L


In 1900, for president, Barker, Peo., recei^
U. R., 4,284.

FOE BEPBESENTATIVES IN COXGBESS, 1902.

1. Part of Hamilton county.


red 251 votes; Malloney, S. L., 1,688 and Ellis,
Charles I. York, Dem 15,873


Harry McLane, Pro 572


James S. Pyle, Soc 1,817




10. Counties of Adams, Gallia, Jackson,
Lawrence, Pike arid Scioto.


William O Johnson Pro 187


C E. Erwin, Soc 1,745


2. Part of Hamilton county.


C. E. Belcher, Dem 14,'ll8


George P. Taubman, Pro 518


Harry C Busch Dem 12,095


11. Counties of Athens, Hocking, Melgs,
Perry, Ross and Vinton.


Albert R Pugh Pro 208


William R. Fox, Soc 2,681


3. Counties of Butler, Montgomery and
Robert M Nevin Rep 25,406


Edwar* I. Lawrence, Dem 19487


William Cornell, Pro 456


12. Counties of Fairfield and Franklin.
Cyrus Huling, Rep 17,793


Thomas A. Selz,' Dem 19,551
James C. Upfold, Pro 791


Jacob Hamler, Soc. 2,375
4. Counties of Allen, Auglaize, Darke,
Mercer and Shelby.
Lewis H Rogers, Rep 14,879


Alfred B. Paul, Pro
Otto C. Steinhoff, S L 70


13. Counties of Crawford, Erie, Marion,
Sandusky, Seneca and Wyandot.
Amos H. Jackson, Rep 22,496


Harvey C. Garter, Dem 18,242


5 Counties of Defiance, Henry, Paulding,
Putnam, Van Wert and Williams.
George Russell Rep 16.548


James A. Norton, Dem 22,169
H. L. Peeke, Pro 441


Charles R. Martin, Soc.. 402


14. Counties of Ashland, Huron, Knox,
Lorain, Morrow and Richland.
William W. Skiles, Rep 22,365


John S Snook Dem 19086


6. Counties of Brown, Clermont, Clinton,
Greene. Highland and Warren.
Charles Q Hildebrandt Rep 19 609


George B. Neal, Dem 17615


E. P. Getchell, Pro 773




15. Counties of Guernsey, Morgan, Mus-
kingum, Noble and Washington.


E. T Hayes Pro 612


F' G Strickland, Soc 214


7. Counties of Clark, Fayette, Madison,
Miami and Pickaway.
Thomas B Kyle Rep 18,381


Ernest B. Schneider Dem 16*850


Joseph E. W. Greene, Pro 1120


16. Counties of Belmont, Carroll, Harri-
son, Jefferson and Monroe.
John J. Gill Rep.... ... 16129




William F " Cannon Pro 443


Ralph Howell Soc 602




8. Counties of Champaign. Delaware,
Hancock, Hardin, Logan and Union.
William R Warnock Rep 22,177


Thomas W. Sfareve. Pro '717


17. Counties of Coshocton, Holmes, Lick-
Ing, Tuscarawas and Wayne.
W. B. Stevens, Rep 17,563


William R Niven Dem 16,643


j ^y Yeisley Pro 835


9. Counties of Fulton, Lucas, Ottawa and
Wood.
James H Southard Rep 23,815


18. Counties of Columbians, Mahoning and
Stark.







ELECTION


RETURNS. 333


William J. Foley, Dem 10,5(52


Theodore E. Burton. Rep 24,353


Enos H Brosius Pro 886


Edmund G. Vail, Dem 16,805


Thomas J Duffy Lab 7 923


E Jay Pinney, Pro 247


19. Counties of Ashtabula, Geauga, Port-
age, Summit and Truuibull.
Charles Dick, Rep 24,732


Harrv D. Thviiias, Soc 1030


Paul Durger, S L 296


LEGISLATURE.

Senate. House. J.B.


Oliver D. Everhard, Dem 13261


William F. Crispin, Pro 1,068


Joseph J. Forrester, Soc 816




20. Counties of Cuyahoga (part), Lake
and Medina.
Jacob A. Beidlor, Rep 20.523


STATE OFFICERS.

(All republicans.)
Governor George K. Nash.
Lieutenant-Governor Carl N. Nippert.


Charles A. Kohl, Dem 16,885


Joseph N. Scholes. Pro 568


W. E. Krumroy, Soc 815
John Kircher S L 377


Attorney-GeneralJohn M. Sheets.
Treasurer Isaac B. Cameron.
Food Commissioner Horace Ankeney.

[QUA.

1900 i, DELEGATE 1898 , , DEL. 1896 ,
. S. L. Rep. Fus. Peo. Rep. D.Pop.

i. Tucker. Flynn. Keaton. Hankins. Flynn. Calaban.
6.. 298 208 16.. 354 224
6.. 923 276 57.. 824 605 .


21. Part of the county of Cuyahoga.
OKLAI

COUNTIES. - DEL. 1902-s, DELEGATE
(26) Rep. Dem. Rep. Fus. Pec

MoOuire. Cross. Flynn. Neff. Alia]

Beaver 426 319 435 226 2


Blaine 1482 1132 . 1246 753 38


Caddo 2015 1705


Canadian 1790 1603.. 1672 1492 7
Cleveland 1301 1660.. 1155 1395 169


60.. 1301 1024 25.. 1280 1484
97.. 1071 981 32.. 937 1588


Comanche 2434 2946


Custer 1295 1235.1223 958 12


5.. 678 313 20.. 619 420
512 256 5 306 822




Day 450 603 240 224 5


L. 58 86 1.. 68 89
16.. -.. -
17.. 2282 1276 27. 1706 1486
58.. 1875 1040 15 1481 1486
20.. 440 624 316. 509 613
87.. 2138 1319 86. 1905 1759
38.. 1587 1018 64. H>76 1695

2l" 2197 1197 82i 2008 2118
43.. 2259 1211 98.. 2537 1949
28.. 1538 1359 85.. 1135 1039
76.. 1447 779 14.. 1892 215ti
57.. 1136 727 28.. 956 1071
86.. 1551 1231 36.. 1540 1754
10.. 1366 1515 150.. 1213 2199
16.. 152 225 5.. 67 252
24.. 667 500 61.. 457 552
104.. 2412 1516 39.. 2102 2186
10.. 568 , 407 7.. 394 388


Dewey 1051 960 7S8 722 9


Garfleld... 2611 1901 2764 2157 14


Grant 1987 1536.. 2013 1799 17


Greer 1276 2848.. 815 1388 250


Kay . 2440 2206 2712 2026 20


Kingfisher 2128 1372 . 2236 1810 14


Kiowa i . . 1387 1761


Lincoln.. .. 25t>6 2506 2870 2591 57


Logan 2978 1777 2775 2062 10


Noble.. 1211 1208 1589 1155 6


Oklahoma 2786 3091.. 2373 2194 16


Pawnee 1419 1156 1474 1280 4


Payne 1965 1888.. 2037 2109 8


Pottawatomie 1846 3171.. 1975 2169 28
Roger Mills.. 638 1226 407 643 21


Washita. . 982 1459 981 1103 29


Woods 3144 3780.1 3478 2526 39


Woodward 1895 I860.. 995 747 14


Total 45803 45409. .38253 33529 789
Plurality 394 .. 4724


796.. 28456 19088 1269.. 26267 27435
8099 1168
1.10.. 58.3 39.1 2.6.. 48.91 51.09
48813 53702
jceived 1,963 and the prohibitionist 1,035 votes.

Governor T. B. Ferguson. Rep.
Secretary William Grimes, Rep.
Land Commisrtoner J. J. Houstqn, Rep.

JON.

, 1902 > , PRESIDENT 1900 , . PRES. 189fi ,
o. Soc. Rep. Fus.Peo.Pro.S.D. Rep. Fus. Pro.

er.Ryan. McKinlcy.BryanBarkerWo'leyDebs.McKmlej UrvanUvr'ir

187.. 1458 1615 6 40 44.. 951 1849 6
49.. 931 764 3 81 7.. 1074 991 23
395.. 2234 1641 23 118 130.. 2664 2885 48
107.. 1329 688 6 38 63.. 1849 1124 40
68.. 863 403 5 31 29.. 1022 829 14
177.. 1158 888 14 53 30.. 1105 1552 20
47.. 474 381 3 16 23.. 607 576 1
8.. 308 152 1 3 2.. 300 298 8
108.. 1910 1624 17 75 51.. 1917 2049 25
22.. 419 343 2 22 4.. 551 469 3
64.. 914 613 5 15 23.. 736 859 12
45.. 375 387 7 2 23.. 270 519 1
182.. 1556 1525 25 68 70.. 1387 2362 23
118.. 919 744 6 45 35.. 844 1189 17
23.. 428 324 8 8 3.. 346 463 8
13.. 456 233 2 1 1.. 351 383
131.. 2521 2037 9 133 44.. 2251 2598 45
112.. 472 266 5 8 33.. 583 553 8
164.. 1927 1997 27 228 92.. 2064 27:il 71
18.. 478 486 5 18 6.. 312 652 10


Percent 48.61 48. 19.. 52.13 45.70 1.07
Total vote 94210 73367


In 1902 the socialist candidate for delegate r
LEGISLATURE, 1902. Council. House. J.B. I
Republicans 7 12 19




ORE<

COUNTIES. GOVEHNOF
(33) Dem. Rep. Pr

Chamb'rrn.Furnisli.Hus'

Baker 2171 1590 ati


Benton 342 890 9S


Clackamas 1721 2113 13


Clatsop 997 1103 5 1 "


Columbia 485 203 34


Coos 789 1066 llf


Crook 538 590 12


Curry 182 812 8


Douglas 1884 1693 81


Gilliam 396 445 41


Grant 815 820 2


Harney 424 456 S


Jackson 1625 1523 122


Josephine 769 89b 63


Kiamath.. 414 601 13


Lake 328 491 1]


Lane ... 2172 2432 15 1 !


Lincoln... 300 518 14


Linn.. 2061 1766 231


Malheur 549 513 2(1



334 CHICAGO DAILY N'KWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.




1 .liamb'rl'n. Furnish. Huna'ke

Marion 2845 2523 25i


.Itvan. McKinI,..BrjanI!arkerWo,.lleyDeli3.McKinlev.BrYaii.Ur's.
i 154.. 3U2 2318 ~'l 187 88.. 3744 3120 73
. 27.. 723 XX 3 41 28.. 586 54:! B
J 912.. 9U48 4436 12 455 342. 11824 6446 156
> 60.. 1103 991 25 103 18. 1253 1333 38
23.. 451 385 1 82 8. 426 418 38
! 61.. 623 313 2 73 24. 091 537 8
i 56.. 1975 1638 7 130 43. 1859 2081 23
f 131.. 1512 1046 10 57 60. 1303 2154 10
1 9.. 651 559 5 21 7. 380 640 13
129.. 1576 1038 18 85 37. 1701 1363 33
81.. 1655 1114 6 126 47. 2082 1566 42
' 7.. 420 243 3 10 5.
112.. 1583 1235 3 166 38. 1782 1730 97


Morrow 014 659 6t
Multnomah :.. 8223 7481 49


Folk 1121 1001 15,


Sherman 311 527 9'


Tillamook 412 609 8i


Umatilla.. . 2177 1911 15(


Union 1760 1060 14


Wallowa 823 531 Z


Wasco. 1174 1404 151


Washington 1348 1011 23


Wheeler 282 437 1'


Yamhill 1306 1404 311


Total 41857 41581 34&
Plurality 276


3771.. 40526 33385 302 2516 1460. 48779 46662 919
.. 13141 . 2117
4.16.. 54.8038.31 .32 3.01 1.17. .50.01 47.94 .94
84182 .. 97337
093 votes; King, Fus., 34,542; Clinton, Pro., 2,213

The proposed constitutional amendment
providing for the initiative and referendum
received 62,024 affirmative votes and 5,668
negative.

LEGISLATURE.

Senate. House. J. B.
Republicans 21 48 69
Democrats 3 11 14


Percent 46.15 45.85 3.84
Total vote 90692


For governor In 1900 Geer, R., received 45,
and Luce, Pop., 2,866.

FOB KEPBESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1902.

1. The counties of Benton, Clackamas,
Coos, Curry, Douglas, Jackson, Josephine,
Klamath, Lake, Lane, Linn. Marion, Polk,
Tillamook, Washington and Yamhill.
Thomas H. Tongue, Rep 23,585
J. K. Weatherford, Dem 16,216


Hiram Gould, Pro 2,185

2. The counties of Baker, Clatsop, Colum-
bia, Crook, Gilliam, Grant, Harney, Mal-
heur, Morrow, Multnomah, Sherman, Uma-
tilla, Union, Wallowa and Wasco.
J N Williamson Rep 23,397


Citizens, etc 314

STATE OFFICERS.

Governor George D. Chamberlain, Dem.
Secretary and Auditor Frank I. Dunbar,
Rep.
Treasurer Charles S. Moore, Rep.
Attorney-General A. M. Crawford, Rep.
State Printer J. R. Whitney, Rep.
Superintendent of Public Instruction J. H.
Ackerman, Rep.

/VAN1A.

'. . PRESIDENT 1900 , ^-PRES.1896-,
L. Soc. Rep. Dem. Pro. 8.L. S.D. Rep. Dem.

Slajt'n.McKinley. Bryan. Woolley.MU<raej. Debs. McKinlev.Bryan

42.. 3718 3967 124 31. 4107 3767
623.. 71780 27311 1874 1184 424. 70091 28782
20.. 6443 3438 221 3 24 6309 3738
103.. 6759 4076 364 5 27. 6816 3908
24.. 4790 3445 101 2 25. 4980 3554
1227.. 13952 19013 315 65 243. 14318 18099
61.. 9749 4528 398 69 11. 10305 4694
8.. 8625 4211 610 3 10 9422 4388
22.. 9263 7287 195 27 25. 9798 6685
45.. 0303 4405 492 5 13. 6807 4947
42.. 10476 7168 322 50 40. 8838 6560
2.. 971 514 40 11. 925 556
1643.. 4222 4149 150 8 111. 4513 3543
4684 4339 215 2 7 4870 4400


W F Batcher Dem 15,598


D T Gerdes Soc 2,753


F R iSpauldiug Pro 1,957


PENNSYI

CotTNTiES. , GOVERNOR 190!
(67) Rep. Dem. Pro. Soc

PennjDacW.PatVn.Swairw.Adams

Adams 30 4123 3 5


Allegheny 80191 31600 1361 1231


Armstrong . 4308 3263 160 18


Beaver .. 5145 3007 248 40


Bedford .... 4021 3661 99 5


Berks WS7 16646 255 257


Blair 6524 5063 362 36


Bradford 4875 3644 383 10


Bucks 7468 8378 155 7


Butler 6645 50(8 224 16


Cambria 8909 8492 380 84



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