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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1922)
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SOLVE THIS FIGURE PUZZLE
WIN A BIG CASH PRIZE
Lat others have done
you can do if you try.
Read what prize winners
in former contests have
HE WON THE FORD CAR IN GREAT PUZZLE
-M, Ki 1 CONTEST j
.:tear Sirs: ; This being Thanksgiving Day, I can think
6f no more appropriate time in which to acknowlege and
thank yon. for the delightful information which your
letter contains, Informing me that I have been awarded
Special First Prize in Percy Puziled I" contest, of the
Ford Touring Car.
vlndeed this was entirely surprising and unexpected. I
ciftflnd iio expression of my thanks to the judges and
the Pubiahinsr Company for awarding me such a mag-
. -...jiflcent-prixe. ; . 1 : .
I wish to assure you that It snail be my earnest aesire
fa do all in my power for such a splendid, wide-awake,
up-to-the-minute magazine as it is a veritable pillar of
Inspiration and helpfulness to the people as a whole.
.' Again thanking you, 1 beg to remain,
f Yours very sincerely,
ROY C. McGRATR
JUST SHOW SAMPLE COPY-NO DIFFICULTY
GETTING QUALIFYING SUBSCRIPTIONS TO
I- i WIN A PRIZE
(I found practically no difficulty in persuading my
friends to subscribe to your magazine after I had shown
them my sample copy, and I may say that they are all
. highly pleased with the magazine.
I J am glad that I won the nrteentn prize in your auio
Maa Contest. . '
am Rnn nn eveu f AN PLAYER WENT TO MR.
HERON AS 2ND PRIZE IN "WAR PROVERB"
r.v ; contest
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i Ton folrirrm ami nIro letter of the 5th to hand, and
may I say it is the most agreeable surprise that I ever
received. . !
iT It was, with many misgivings, that I entered the con
test, but as' it wasn't very hard, I decided to send the
reply. Regarding the qualifying subscriptions, 1 found
taem very easily secured.
- jf Accept my, very sincere thanks for awarding me sec
ond place In your recent contest, and wishing your Com
pany ev;ry success in the future, I remain,
;'.; ; . Yours sincerely,
V V 0. MAITLAXD HERON.
$241.00 K BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPH SUR-
: PRIZES THIS CONTESTANT
.Your telegram of contrratulations certainly did delight
jme beyond expression. I felt that it was almost too good
to be true, and could scarcely realize that I had been
awarded such a beautiful prize for the small amount of
time it required to answer the Proverbs and secure the
necessary qualifying subscriptions, and I wish to thank
you for the kind assistance and encouragement you gave
to me at all times throughout the contest.
j-1 cannot let this opportunity pass without expressing
my opinion and approval of your wonderful magazine,
which is growing bigger, broader and better as all the
worthy things should. All who have seen and read the
magazine express themselves as pleased with it, and 1
found it an easy matter to get the subscriptions, which I
sent in. :vi .
Thanking you for your kind and courteous treatment
at all times, and wishing you success without measure, I
assure you that I will always have a good word for your
magazine and Company.
J. A. TRUSSLER.
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FROM THE WINNER OF A $450.00 PIANO
Mrs. Chas. Stafford entered our 1915 contest and se
cured only, lour subscribers to qualify her entry, ner
eutry was awarded second prize a beautiful Oourlay ,
Piano, valued at $450.00.
Mrs. Stafford writes:
Gentlemen: The magnificent Gourlay piano won in
the contest was received in pood condition and has been
much admired by my friends, both for its appearance and
quality pf tone. I assure you I greatly appreciate this
I always read with pleasure your magazine, and I
really cannot state which page 1 am most interested in,
as so many of the pages are filled with Interesting and
Yours very truly,
MRS. CHAS. STAFFORD.
THANKS FOR PRIZESUBSCRIBERS
DELIGHTED WITH MAGAZINE
1 am in receipt of your letter, informing me that I
have won a prize in the recent contest. Please accept my,
sincere thanks. It was an easy matter to secure the quali
fving subscriptions, and 1 am sure my subscribers are
delighted with it. "Just fine," is what they say about it
Thanking you for all the pant kindness and the en
couragement you extended towards me, I remain,.
MISS MINNIE RUDOLTO.
SUBSCRIBERS PLEASED WITH MAGAZINE,
CONTESTANTS PLEASED WITH RESULTS OF
Rearrange the figures in the above square in such ja manner that they will count 15 every way
and send us your answer, together with your name and address, and if it is correct, we will at once mail
you a magnificent three-color auto road map and 1920 census of the state of Oregon, and full particu
lars on one simple condition that you must fulfill, together with an illustrated prize list This condi
tion is very easy and need not cost you one cent of your own money it is merely a matter of securing
two annual subscriptions ($1.00 each) to the PACIFIC HOMESTEAD, the oldest and best weekly farm
magazine published in the Pacific Northwest
HOW TO SEND YOUR SOLUTION
Use only one side of the paper that contains the solution and put your name and address on the
upper right hand corner. J
Three independent judges, having no connection with this firm, will award the prizes, and the
answer gaining 250 points will take the first prize. You will get 100 points for solving the puzzle,
40 will be awarded for general appearance, style, spelling, punctuation, etc., 10 points for hand writ
ing, and 100 points for fulfilling the conditions of the contest.
The announcement of the prize winners and the correct solution will be printed at the close of the
contest, and a copy mailed to each person sending in a solution.
This splendid offer will only be good for a limited time, so send in your solution right away now
to f '
Glad to see that I have been awarded a prize in the
Great Puzzle Contest.
The way I obtained my subscriptions was by risking
the few friends that I have made, as I have only been out
here just over nine months, so that I have not many
friends, but they were very pleased with the reading. As
soon as the busy time just now is over, I hope to be able to
sell your magazine more freely.
THANKS US FOR CHECK AND STRAIGHTFOR
WARD WAY WE CONDUCT OUR CONTEST
3 1 am in receipt of your check for $100.00 as First
l Prize in the recently closed contest and I wish to thank
you very sincerely, not only for the check, but for the
genuine straightforward way in which you have con
ducted the contest
I am sure that the Editors of your magazine have every
reason to congratulate themselves upon the clean, whole
some reading given their readers, and 1 feel thai any prize,
contest offered by the management in the future will be
conducted in the same honorable way as this. v
W. n. FIELD.
EVERY SUBSCRIBER TO MAGAZINE
Your favor of the 5th inst. to hand, advising that !
have been swarded Fourteenth prize in the contest. (The
Great "War Proverb')
Regarding your magazine. 1 found no trouble in se
curing subscriptions. I did not have to go outside of the
house for thcra. I obtained thcrn from friends visiting
here by showing the sample copy you sent me. Two
copies have already been received by the subscriber. Tbey
are all pleased and like the magazine. They say it par
ticularly because it is up-to-date in everything.
Yours very truly,
MRS. CECIL IIO WELL.
APPRECIATES OUR COURTESY THROUGH
OUT THE ENTIRE CONTEST
I bepr to express my sincere appreciation of your pay
ment of $20 in full settlement for Seventh Prize in your
recent great Moving Picture Contest, and to thank you
for the courtesy and promptness- throughout the entire
time I worked for, you. " . '
I did not send a great number of subscriptions, and
was surprised that this did not affect the awarding of
the prizes as are frequently the case with other con
cerns. Your very truly,
Tl . -
TODAY-WORK and WIN