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Mail Tribune 100

Nov. 9, 1916

WILSON WINS JACKSON COUNTY 1,349 PLURALITY

Jackson county, with a registered republican majority of 2,612, has returned a majority of 1,349 for Woodrow Wilson, according to the unofficial count completed today. Wilson's vote was 4,916, Hughes' 3,567.

Weatherford for congress carried the county by 352 votes, receiving 2,838, against Hawley's 2,487 and Richards' 349.

Olcott for secretary of state received 6,758 votes to 715 for Cannon.

The vote for supreme court justice stood: Bright 1,377, Burnett 4,097, Hosner 1,363, Moore 3,971, Oliver 3,185.

For dairy and food commissioner, the vote stood: McKinnon 803, Miller 5,303, Rempel 908.

For railroad comissioner: F. G. Buchtel 3,929, E. L. Van Dressar 2,959.

For representative in Jackson county: Sheldon 3,795, Thomas 4,077, De Armond 2,511, Towne 3,593. For Joint representative, Goff 4,165, Howard 3,004, Mohr 460.

For district attorney: Borden 3,725, Roberts 3,794.

For sheriff: Herriott 353, Jennings 4,156, Wilson 4,052.

For county clerk: Casebolt 393, Gardner 4,800, Miller 3,070.

For recorder: Florey, 4,700; Gerking, 2,486; Prescott, 807.

For Treasurer: Blakely, 5,360; Riggs, 1,656; Smith, 675.

For Assessor: Coleman. 4,434; Gallatin, 3,398.

For superintendent: Agner, 4,945; Jeffrey, 2,832.

For Coroner: Calhoun, 1,241; Perl, 3,904.

For commissioner: Beeman, 2,528; Dunn, 1,462; Owen 3,910.

Incomplete count on amendments show the following:

Single tax item vote, 2,768 for, 892 against. Ship tax exemption 1,879 for, 1,617 against. Negro amendment, 1,853 for, 1,757 against. Single tax, 1,084 for, 2,340 against. Pendelton normal, 2,408 for, 2,368 against. Anti vaccination, 1,807 for, 888 against. Repeal Sunday closing law, 1,908 for, 2,127 against. Brewers amendment, 1,678 for, 4,356 against. Prohibition, 3,929 for, 3,295 against. Rural credits, 1,893 for, 1,496 against. Tax limitations, 1,851 for, 1,378 against.