The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, June 24, 1920, Image 2

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Which > just t ng, is open to men and women, boys and girls of the m ore ambitious sort, residing in Stayton and su rro u n d in g te rrito ry . Sat-
urday n ht, * t 7 ti — just six weeks from this Saturday night, will se the most aggressive hustle:s in the race the proud ; osseseors of the
following priz^. It is y no means too late to enter the race! Everyone wins! Costs you nothing to try! Act quickly the time is limited.
Purchased from
Lilly Hardware Co.
Stayton Agents
1920 Maxw 1 ^ourng Car
You Have always wanted a
Big Automobile, Now is your
Chance to get one
to Yellowstone
National Park
Grand Prize
Diamond Ring
Includes a first class
round tripr-transporta-
tion; Standard Pull-
man both ways din-
ing car expense en-
route and and a five day-all expenses-paid motor trip through the park, including
Hotel, etc. FREE.
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Worth $125.00
Purchased from
Jeweler and Repairer
and now on exhibition there
$50 in Gold
Fifth Prize
Fourth Prize
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IN •
A SPECIAL FUND OF $500.00 IN GOLD has been set aside to be distributed in
the form of salaries among active non-prize winners on a 20% basis. Any candid­
ate who remains active throughout the entire campaign, making a regular cash report
not less frequently than once each week, but fails to win one of the big prizes offered,
wiil participate in this commission feature. THINK OF IT! One dollar out of
every five you collect goes into your pocket if you fail to win a prize. This arrange­
ment secures compensation to all candidates, and means that THERE WILL BE
NO LOSERS IN THE RACE. Could anything be more fair or liberal than this?
It is the sincere aim of this newspaper to conduct this contest,
from start to finish, in a fair, honorable and impartial manner.
Every precaution has been taken to the interests of participants, and absolute honesty in all deal­
ings is guaranteed.
However, not all wisdom lies with any one man or institution, and for that reason an Advisory
Board has been decided upon, whose functions shall he to decide any question of sufficient moment
that might happen to arise during the competition, and from which a committee shall be selected to
count the votes and award the prizes the last night of the contest.
The personnel of the board is as follows: W. H. Downing, Sublimity; Atty. V. H. Massey,
Stayton; Atty. F A. Turner, Salem; Dr. Brewer, Stayton; W. VV. Elder, Chairman School Board,
Stayton; J. W. Mayo, Cashier Farmers & Merchants Bank, Stayton.
The Advisory Board
Worth $110.00
Purchased from and on Exhi­
bition at P. C. Galbraith’s
Jewelry Store
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: : Musikland Phonograph
$25 in Gold
Sixth Prize
Schedule of Votes and Subscription Rate of The Stayton Mail
Embracing the first four weeks
Embracing the fifth and sixth
Embracing the seventh and last
(terminating July 17), the following weeks (terminating July 31) the fol­ week (terminating August 7), the fol­
number of votes will be issued on sub­ lowing number of votes wdl be issued lowing number of votes will lie issued
on subscription«:
on subscriptions:
1 year.........................$1.50
3,000 1 year........................$1.50
2.000 I year......................$1.60
2 years....................... $3.00
8,000 2 years......................$3.00
6.000 ] 2 years..................... $3.00
3 years........................$4.50
12.500 3 years. ...................$4.50
10.000 ! 3 years..................... $4 50
5 years....................... $7.50
25,000 5 years.............. J . . .$7.50
20.000 ; 5 years ....................$7.50
The above schedule of votes, which is on a declining scale basis, positively will not be changed durihg the com­
petition. -However, a special ballot, good for 50,000 votes will be issued on every dub of $15 turned in. This nrrsngc-
meiit will be in effect throughout the entire campaign and ia to be considered a part of the regular schedule. There
will be no extra vot* s offered, extra prize« given or.any other inducements whatever inaugrated during this campaign.
Remember tnis and lay your plans accordingly. No subscription will be uccepted for less thnn one year nor for more
than five yenis ir. advance from any candidate. Votes will be allowed on job curds on same schedule as on subscriptions
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For Complete Information Call, Phone or Write “Contest Department” The Stayton Mail, Stayion, Oregon, Phone 3X84, A. H. C HUKCHILL, Contest Manager