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Maryland Manual, 1903
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merchant vessel as supercargo, and after visiting different
parts of the Bahamas returned home and engaged in farming.
Early in life he took an active part in politics. In 1883 he
was elected to the House of Delegates, and in 1884 was ap-
pointed Colonel on Governor McLane's staff. In 1887 be was
made Inspector of Customs by the Collector of the Port,
Governor James B. Groome, and was twice promoted. After
leaving the Custom-house he engaged more extensively in
farming, dairying and raising blooded stock.

G. Y. EVERHART, Democrat.

Dr. Everhart was born in Westminster, December 23, 1862.
He graduated from Western Maryland College in 1881, and
came to Baltimore in 1883. He completed the course in
medicine at the University of Maryland in 1885, and then
removed to Dickeyville, where he has a large and lucrative
practice. He was a member of the Legislature of 1902, and
served on important committees.


Mr. Fitzsimmons, of Arlington, was born in Baltimore City
on January 19, 1861. He was educated in the public and
private schools of the city, and is now engaged as a practical

JOHN GREEN, Democrat.

Mr. Green was born in 1859 and educated in the private
schools of Baltimore and Bryant & Stratton's Business Col-
lege. For several years he was bookkeeper and salesman for
different firms, and later conducted a grocery business. He
is now engaged in farming and trucking at Walnut Grove.


Mr. Stevenson is a coal and wood merchant, farmer and
retired marine engineer. He was born in Baltimore, January
30, 1868, and educated in the public schools and Maryland
Agricultural College.

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

of the House in 1900,1901 and 1902


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