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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1911)
f 0 WE GIVEN AAJAY BY TOE
RULES THAT WILL GOVERN CONTEST
r Ctmttst opened Tnesdxr, Jaly 1 1th, and will close Saturday night,
September 2W. at 9 dock. Any ladr resident in Clackamas County
k dipWe to. compete for these prizes. ,
Any employee oc Immediate relative of an employee of this paper
rill not be eligibieas a candidate in this contest.
The contest manager uum the right to reject any nominations
for candidacy in this contest. -
The contest management ill not be responsible for typographical
errors in the counting of rotes except to make correction in the fol
j All receipts from subscriptions should be turned in to the Enter
prise office at least twice a week.
v Candidates are permitted to secure subscriptions anyw here.
. All subscriptions must be paid-in-advance in order to secure votes.
This is neither a popularity nor a beauty contest, and the prizes
will be awarded solely on the merit. .'"""".
. , Should any question arise as to the proper interpretation of the
1 foregoing rules' the decision of the contest manager ' will be final.
Two Upright Kimball Pianos
TWo "20th Centery"
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W. L. Marshall
350 Morrison SU Portland
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.....1. rTTM VAI IIP
;. ' ' $400-
i - 3 I- Each
How The Prizes Will be Awarded
For the purprx of thi content Clackamas County has been divwi
eJ into rt ilitrtctra follow: ;; I
litrict N'i. 1 All territory within the city limits of Orff
Par chased from Portland's Leading Music House
EILERS' & CO., 7th and Alder Sts.
District No. 2 The remaining portion of Clackamas County.
The two canJiJatr pulling the largest number of votes in tad
district vrill be attained a CIraxJ I'rriht Kimball Piano, valur
. SECOND FRIZF " ' .
The two candidates pulling the second largest number of vote it
each dUtrkt will receive the latest 20th Century Model drop heai.
rw Home 5orrg Machine. , .
THIRD AND FOURTH PRIZES.
A mmi-al or bunevi tchnlanhip, optional with winners (rti
is all) will he awarded to the candidates polling the next hi'sies
numbers of txrs. Two in each district. 'Jh '
" FIFTH PRIZES.
"The two candidate polling the fifth higlet number of vote r
each ditfrict wrill be awarded a UdyV Solid Gold Watch.
Fnllouiit it the ukfJmU t ri that v.Vl hi tllvutd ful-m
, Six month' uhcription to The Daily Enterprise (by carrier)
$2.00. (by mail) $1.50, 400 votes.
One year' nurwiption, $4 (by carrier), $3 (by mail, 1,000 vote
Two year' Mitncription $3 (by carrier), $6 (by mail), 2,50
vote. ' j
Three year' uhcription, (by carrier) $12. (by mail) $9, 5,00,
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A ' uicriptKn, ,oy carrier; ,py mail; US, IU.W
One ear' ubcriptMin Weekly Enterprie, $1.50, 500 vote.
Money must accompany all tiWriptiom before vutr will V
MUSICAL EDUCATION j i, fuipun
BUSINESS EDUCATION ( . ' V "
Four Prices to be Awarded
The Enterprise has used everjrcarenirtheelection
of these prizes, and has secured scholarships in two of the
foremost educational institution in the State of Oregon.
Two SOLID GOLD
WATCHES (Ladies tUe)
Burmefster & Andresec
The Leading Jewelers
ol 619 Main St. Oregon Citr. Or.
In each issae of the Daily and Weekly Enterprise will be printed a nomination blank to be used for nomination otl,0ft tlL ut
when properly filled in and brottght or maaed to the Contest Department will be registered to. the credit of candidate name thereon. As er
nomination counts for 2500 rotes, only one will be credited to eacft candidate.
-. WHuaMwU wiaut at once ana tin in yonr nac
or the name of some young lady who yon will help win one of the valuable prizes. DO IT NOW.
TMo contest ia for the ladies (between tko agao of 1G ana CDh c
Bi aw aw a aw m i w
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Tuesday, July 11th
r r v Address ail communications iind subscriptions
Contest Departmsnt Oregon City Enterprise
OREGON CITY, OREGON
Saturday, Sspt. 2r.