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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1911)
' MORNINfl ENTERPRISE. WK1NKS1AV. JULY 19, 1911.
TO BE 1 GJVEKI AWAY BY THE
RULES THAT WILL GOVERN CONTEST
Contest opened Tuesday, July 1 1th, and will close Saturday night,
September 2nd, at 9 o'clock. Any lady resident in Clackamas County
a eligible to compete for these prizes.. v
'A Any employee or immediate relative of an employee of this paper
will not be eligible as a candidate in this contest.
The contest manager reserves the right to reject any nominations
for candidacy in this contest.
- The contest management will not be responsible for typographical
. error in the counting of votes except to make correction in the fol
All receipts from subscriptions should be turned in to the Enter
prise office at least twice a week.
Candidates are permitted to secure subscriptions anywhere.
" 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 oo the merit. , 7"
' :; Should any quiestion arise as to the proper interpretation of the
, foregoing rules the decision of the contest manager will be final.
Two "20th Centoty"
Two Upright Kimball Pianos
$400 rf $400
Each ; Each
Par chased from Portland's Leading r Music House
EILERS' & CO., 7th and Alder Sts.
How The Prizes Will be Awardtl
For the purpose of this contest CfckamasjCounry ha hern dmi
eJ into two district a follow: -
I)itrii-rN6rl Alt territory within the citjr limiUof Orrjo
Dixirict No. 2 The remaining portion of Clackamas County.
- FIRST PRIZES.
The two candidates polling the largest number of vote in tad
district will be awarded a Grand Uprisht Kimball Piano, vain
The two candidate polling the second largest number of vote it
each district will receive the latest 20th Century Model drop hoi
Nrw Home Sewing Machine.
THIRD AND FOURTH PRIZES.
A musical or bmines scholarship, optional with winner (roci
is all) will be awarded to the candidate polling the next higheat
number of vote. Two in each district.
The two candidate polling the fifth highest number of vote ia
each district will be awarded a Lady Solid Gold Watch.
following it tkt tthtJuU wti tkl will ir mlltwti fmi-W
Mvuna iukitriflwnn -r- ' '
Six months' tubscription to The Daily Enterprise (by carrier)
$2.00, (by mail) $1.50, 400 vote. J-
One year subscription, $4 (by carrier), l (by mail, t.000 vote.
Two year' subscription $8 (by carrier), $6 (by mail), 2,500
Three years' subscription, (by carrier) $12, (by mail) $ 5,000
vote. . .
Five years' subscription, (by carrier) $20, (by mail) $15. 10,000
One year's subscription Weekly Enterprise, $1.50, 500 vote.
Money must accompany all ubscription before vote wQI k
Third and Fourth Prizes
MUSICAL EDUCATION lifiliru O
BUSINESS EDUCATION ( '
Four Prizes to be Awarded
The Enterprise has used every care in the selection
of these prizes, and has secured scholarships in two of the
foremost educational institution in the State of Oregon.
TWO SOLID GOLD
WATCHES (uii, .)
Bormeistcf & Atidresefl
The Leading Jewelers
of 619 Main St., Oregon City, Or.
In each issue of the Dally and Weekly Enterprise will be printed a nomination blank to be used for nominating purposes The W
when properly filled in and brought or mailed to the Contest Department will be registered to the credit of candidate name thereon Aseaci
nomination counts for 2500 votes, only one will be credited to each candidate. Secure a nomination blank at once and fill In vnaL
or the name of some young lady who you will help win one of the valuable prites. DO IT NOW. '
RemembeA !L,ZBladiea (betwcon 1h n of w aa & c.
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Tuesday, July 11th
i9ll,at 8 o'clock A.H.
Address all communications and subscript
artmcnt, Oregon City Enterprise
OREGON CITY, OREGON
Saturday, Sept. 2nd