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CALVERT COUNTY— Two Members.
OLIVER D. SIMMONS, Republican.
Dr. Simmons was born in Calvert County in 1869. He is
a farmer, but chose medicine as a profession, graduating at
the College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1898. He served
on important committees of the House in 1900 and 1901. He
is a Mason and a member of the Methodist Church.
L. McK. GRIFFITH, Republican.
Mr. Griffith is a farmer of Calvert County, and was edu-
cated at Dickinson. In connection with farming he is
interested in mining silica. He is a conservative Republican,
interested in politics, but with no special desire for office. He
was amember in 1888, and has served one term as School
CAROLINE COUNTY— Two Members.
W. W. GOLDSBOROUGH, Democrat.
Dr. Goldsborough is the son of the late W. Elwell Golds-
borough, Consul to Arnoy, China, from 1879 to 1885. His
grandfather was a prominent figure in politics, being a mem-
ber of the legislature in 1860 and imprisoned for his bold
denunciation of the course pursued toward the South. Dr.
Goldsborough was educated at Rockville Academy and
Washington College. For several years after leaving college
he conducted a drug business, which he relinquished to study
medicine, graduating from the University of Maryland in 1901.
In the last campaign Dr. Goldsborough showed marked
ability as a political organizer, the vote in his district being
more than double the regular vote. He is vestryman in the
Protestant Episcopal Church
C. W. JEFFERSON, Democrat.
Mr. Jefferson is a butcher of Federalsburg, who became a
Democrat when Bryan was a candidate for the presidency.
He was born in Federalsburg in 1871.
CARROLL COUNTY— Four Members.
J. W. Fuss, Democrat.
Mr. Fuss is a farmer and one of the inventors of the Rus-
sell & Fuss Bros., patent mail transportation. He has been