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What Will Be the Combined Popular Vote for the Republican Republicanand Republicanand Republicanand
and Democratic Candidates for President in November NovemberOne NovemberOne NovemberOne
One Thousand Dollars in Gold GoldTHIRTEENTH Goldawarded Goldawarded
awarded to the contestant sending in inthe inthe
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A Special Prize as detailed belo w will be awarded to the winner of th the First Prize of 1000 In accordance accordancev
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If received between i iMay S SMay
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the Republican and Democratic Democraticcandidates DcmocrlttccandJdates Democraticcandidates
candidates for President In No November November November ¬
vember next To those who can cananswer canI cananswer
answer this Question the nearest nearestcorrectly noor03tcorrectlT noarostcorrectly
I correctly The Times will give giveIn 12600 12600In 500 500In
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as enumerated In tho accompany accompanyIn nccom aecompuipIng U11 U11Ing
In Ing list of awards In addition to tothe tothe tothe
the prizes rizes for the nearest correct correctestimates cOrcctestimates correctestimates
estimates a special prize is offered offeredfor orfordtor offere3for
for submitting the best estimate estimateearly cstlmatearly estimateearly
early Its value v luo depending upon the thamonth themonth themonth
month such estimate is received receivedShould receIvedSbould receivedShould
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winner of the first prize will re receive rccoho recelvo ¬
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1060 and so S on until November Novemberwhen NOYcmbcrwhen Novemberwhen
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nearest neare t correct estimate estimateEstimates estimateEstimates estimateEstimates
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combined combln popular vote of the can candidates en enldates candidates ¬
didates of the Democratic and Re Republican Re Republican Republican
publican parties only To assist assistcontestants assutcontestants assttcontestants
contestants with their estimates estimatesThe estimateJThe estimatesThe
The Times gives tho popular vote votefor voteCor votefor
for the candidates of the two lead leadIng leadng leading
Ing ng parties In the last six elections elec elections elections ¬
tions To make these statistics in interesting Intere3Ung interesting ¬
teresting The Times has given the thovoto thtoto thevote
vote oto of each candidate separately separatelybefore scparatel7beCore separatelybefore
before totalizing the two but insubmitting in insubmitting Insubmitting
submitting estimates contestants contestantsmust contestantsmust contestantsmust
must give only what In their Judg Judgment judgement judgwent ¬
ment will be the total or combined combinedvote combinedoto combinedvote
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second prize for the next nearest nearestand nearcstand nearestand
and so on All estimates must mustsubmitted 1o 1osubmitted o osubmitted > >
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VOTE OF THE LAST AST SIX ELECTIONS EL OllS
1E80 1880Garnel Garfleld 4454416 Hancock 4444952 combined S 9t393OS
93308 fS93 fS9318S4Cleveland t393OS1834Cleveland
1884 18S4Cleveland Cleveland 48749S8 Blaine 4S619S1 4 19g1 combined 9 87269CT
7269CT 7269CT1SSS 7269671SS8Harrlson 72690718118Harrison
1SSS 1SS8Harrlson Harrison 5439863 Cleveland G540300 combined
10980102
1S82 1S9Cleeland Cleveland 5K44CT Harrison 5ltP3S7 51 i 1775237 tS1 combined
lQ7tt721 lQ7tt721lKMcKlnley 10 14772410McKinley 21 21liMcKnl
lKMcKlnley liMcKnl Y 7W2272 7 71 + 121 m Bryan S273S34 combined IV 13
aissei90o 376S96 rnSIi1900McKtn
1900 1900McKtn McKJnuy = y i 72UM1 i iiii Bryan 6 357161 3 7 64 combined IX 13
Tom Increase in population in United States past four rour years based basod on increase as shown by b census from 1S33 1S3
to 1900 50S25SO 50S25SOIncrease 60G25SfIncrease 5025S0Increase
Increase in number of votes for four years estimated 1016516 1016516In 10IG51In 1016516In
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