The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, May 08, 1919, Image 11

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    We STAYTON MAIL’S
BIG SUBSCRIPTION
CAMPAIGN
Over $225.00 in Prizes
To be given away to Ladies of this Community in the next Eighteen Days
Diamond Ring, Gold Bracelet Watch, Scholarships, Lavalliers, and Many Other Valuable Prizes
FREE
A HANDSOME PRIZE FOR EACH AND EVERY ACTIVE CONTESTANT
THE LARGEST AND BEST CONTEST EVER INAUGURATED IN THIS PART OF THE STATE.
FREE
EVERY YOUNG LADY SHOULD TRY AND SEE HOW GOOD A PRIZE SHE CAN WIN
C O N T E S T O P E N S S A T U R D A Y , A P R IL 26th
Closes Wednesday, M ay 14th, at 8 o’clock, P. M.
Contes! under the management of Mr. and Mrs. C. L Perkins, wbn are Experienced people in newspaper work •
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E X T R A V O T E S W IL.L BE G IV E N F O R N E W S U B S C R IB E R S — By N e w Subscribers is meant bona fied subscribers who are not now taking
T H E M A IL .
See Schedule.
W I N A P R IZ E ! N o contestant can win more than one prize.
E very Active Contestant w ill get a prize.
Eighteen
days' effort on your part will secure a valuable prize.
N o prize worth less than $5.00.
It depends on yourself whether you get the $5.00 prize of a fine
Diamond R ing for the efforts you put forth.
Contest Headquarters at The Mail Office, Stayton, Oregon
Subscription Rate $ 1.50 Per Year
Prizes at Luthy’s
Here’ sJThe Rules
Contestants Are
FINE EDUCATIONAL
Jewelry Store
Of The Contest
PRIZES OFFERED
Nearing the Goal
Bulletins Show Change in Leaders—
Winner Still Undecided-Girls
Doing Their Utmost.
Wrdnmdajr HIffhi lb « Friae* Will 11« Db»trtbut«d— 1 leaders are
Close
• ltd lb « HI« Winner Will IVr th« Hard Worker Daring lb « U t l
Hit day*— <’a*h
la
Your
Promliwa
at
O ar«
Next Wednesday
evening
at 8 of your promts*. A big boost by
o ’clock the big subscription contest the people in your district w ill help
you to win one of the beautiful
ends. Only six days more In which
prlzea.
to hustle In alt your promses. Young
The young ladles who have taken
ladies, between now and Wednesday part In our contest have our sincere
evening Is your last chance to see or thanks and we wish all might be
phone the people In your district prize winners, but every prise Is well
and gather up all ypur subscriptions. worth the effort put forth, and we
You must not feel sure that you have hope alt contestant* will be pleased,
won the prize that you wanted be lip to this writing (Thursday after­
cause your standing was such In
the last comparative list of contest­
ants. From all accounts that list
will be erery hard lo go by, as we
know that there are a great many
subscriptions going to be brought
to this office between now and W ed­
nesday evening.
Thl* will be quite a surprise to
some of the contestants
So now Is
the time to hustle and cash in all
noon) several of the contestants are
running very close. It all depends
on what aupport each contestant has
who will win the diamond ring and
he the moat popular contestant.
Note the two dandy special offers
below, how to help you get votes.
The contestant that takes advantage
of these offers Is bound to win one
o f the beat prizes. If not the first
m e.
THIRD SPECIAL OFFER
•
LAST SIX D AYS
In order to Rive you ’m other chance to Ret extra votes we will
Rive you 5,000 extra bonus votes for a club meaning $7.50 worth
of old or new single subscriptions to the Mail at $1.50 per year.
These votes are In addition to the regular vote schedule.
To secure these pxtra, votes you must bring or send in the
subscriptions to the Contest Manager before the close o f this
offer. This special offer expires Thursday May 8th, atfi p, m.
All of the jew elry prizes In this
contest were bought through our well
known jeweler, C. A . Luthy, and are
on display there. Candidates and
their friends are invited to call and
see them. They must be seen to be
appreciated, as never before has such
a list of priaes been given away in
this short time. Only sixteen days of
effort is needed on your part.
Only one nomination coupon, value
5,000 votes, counts for each contest­
ant.
Scholarships In T h e Link's Business College O f Portland
All votes and ballets must be in the
— T h e Value O f A Business Education Prizes
ballot box for the big contest prizes
W ell W orth T h e Effort
on the last night.
All decisions of the Contest Mana­
ger are final.
The business men of today have office man’s education Is complete. Th*
The standing of the candidates wilt
neither the time nor the Inclination typewriter is now found in every busi­
appear each week /in the paper.
In all cases where votes are issued, to be a school master In his own ness office and the dictation of busi­
subscriptions must be paid or prepaid. office. He demands employees who ness correspondence is all but uni*
Llet of Prize*
The full amount of money must be are thoroughly prepared for their versai.
1—
FIRST GRAND 1‘ KIZK, Diamond
sent direct, by mail, or brought to duties. The world today asks two
The course In shorthand often con­
Set Ring, Tiffany Setting.
questions of the youth entering up­ stitutes a separate department, in­
the contest headquarters.
2— Gold Bracelet Watch.
Postage must be fully prepaid or on his business carver—-What do you cluding careful training in English
3— Diamond Set Lavalliere.
they will be rejected at the postofftce, know! What can you d o !
the elements of correspondence, man­
4— Six Months Scholarship.
hence not counted.
ifolding, the care of the typewriter,
Bookkeeping and Business Training
5— Pearl Set Lavalliere.
No candidate will be guaranteed a
etc. In this department expert teach­
To
transact
business
with
dispatch
6 -Sapphire Set Lavalliere.
certain prize, for a consideration of
ing is absolutely essential.’ One who
7— Bracelet Engraved, or Three so many subscriptions, or money— and reJiabillty one must know all wishes to make a stenographer of
about making out and endorsing
months Scholarship.
prizes must be won in accordance business paper, and the rule, govern- h,n* f ,f
n? ^ » t e r or more
with the conditions.
8— Amythest Set Lavalliere.
costly mistake than to try to "pick up *
ing the same. He must be familiar
Contestants who live In one dis­
this new and important art. Good in­
S- Opal Set Ring.
with the use and proper disposal of
trict may secure subscriptions or
struction here is a saver of time and
10— Topas Set Ring.
receipts and checks, drafts, bills ' of
votes in any district, as votes will be
money, too.
11— Stone Set Brooch.
lading. Invoices, certificates or de­
allowed on any prepaid subscriptions
Business Laws and Cuatoma
12 Gold Neck Beads.
posit, notes and other business papers,
%
anywhere in the United States.
he must know how to do business
13 Gold Signet Ring.
Here is a special field of the ut­
14 Gokl Engraved Ring.
with banks, express and railroad com­ most importance to the successful
If there are more than 12 active
panies, postoffices, etc., and he must business man, which the general
Votes Schedule— Subscription Rate
contestants, we will tlfen add more
get this knowledge by actual practice. school does not enter at all, and of
Price
New
Old
prizes.
It is our Intention to give
All this training is included in the which the ordinary school or college
2.000
One Year
J1.50
2,500
every active contestant a grand prize.
business department of an up-to-date graduate knows absolutely nothing.
4.000 I
Two
Years
3.00
5,000
The first batch of subscriptions
commercial school in addition to the The basis of all business is the con­
6.000 !
4.50
7,500
that each contestant brings or sends Three Years
tract, and the rights, obligations and
8.000 theory and practice of bookkeeping.
6.00 10,000
to the Contest Headquarters by Sat­ Four Years
The system we use in this depart' powers of parties to It. These re­
10,000
I Five Years
7.50 12.500
urday will receive 2,500 free votes.
Note—Any old or new subscriber ment deserves special mention. W e j ceive full consideration in the busi-
! wishing to pay the Contest Manager do not use the discredited methpd, ness school, and its work in this line
our office can have their votes which consists of having the students j Is most valuable. Too many people
Watck far ike Bnlletins of the standing of ! i at
Issued and credited to their favorite try to make bookkeepers of them­ know nothing of the principles of busi­
selves by ronning the definitions and ness law.
Contestants in Llltky’s jewelry store window I contestant.
copying the made-up seta of a book­
Business Arithmetic
keeping text book. Our work Is
In our classes In Business Arith­
thoroughly practical, our students
keeping real books in their own names metic we give the most careful atten­
and basing their records upon the tion to accuracy in the simple proces­
transactions personal tc themselves. sion of addition, subtraction, multi­
Every record is that of a real trans­ plication and division and the handl­
FOR THE L A S T SIX D AYS
action. and there is no copying of ing of simple fractions. A part of
imaginary records. This reality of the | eacl> recitation Is given to a brief
work adds greatly, not only to the an<* se'*rching review of some part of
Every single 3 year subscription, OLD or NEW, club price
student’s understanding but it makes j
WOI'k passed over. By this process
$4.50, pays 15,000 votes.
him proficient in dealing with real the memory of the student not only
business transactions and their re-
tenaciously every detail, but he
Every single 2 year subscription, OLD or NEW. club price
acquires an accuracy and speed which
qutred
needs.
The
method
we
use
in
$3.00, pays 10,000 votes.
this department is one of the recent would otherwise i . impossible. The
The above special offer gives you a fine chance to get extra
triumphs of practical education and time of the class Is given to such prac­
tical and necessary subjects as the
votes and place yourself among the first prize winners. A per­
needs to be seen to be appreciated.
¡computing of Ini.rest, discount and
son can have the paper'sent to any part of the U. S. without
Stenography and Typewriting
commissions and the reckoning of pro-
extra charge.
These office specialities have, in j^fit and loss, insurance, partial pay-
late years, become very important— ( menta, banking, partnership settle-
This offer expires Wednesday May 14 at 8 p. m.
> nu: '. ci that without them no ments and equation of accounts.
EXTRA SPECIAL OFFER