Semi-weekly Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1910-1915, May 13, 1913, Page 5, Image 5

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    Semi Weekly Bandon Recorder, May 13, 1913
Page 5
Would You Like a Handsome
Piano with a Fine Tone?
Would You Like One of the Choicest Resi-
dence Lots in Bandon?
Would you like a gold watch, or bracelet, or a sewing machine, or a beautiful toilet
set? These and many other desirable articles are free gifts in the great Piano Vot­
ing Contest. Collect the voting coupons and take them to the store of O. A. Trow­
bridge and have the votes registered to your credit. Now is the time to start!
How to Get Votes
Rules of Contest
Votes will be given on the
basis of one vote for every cent
cash purchase at
No names of contestants will be published.
Every contestant will receive a number.
Every contestant is given 2000 votes when when they register.
A contestant to register takes votes to the store of O. A. Trow­
bridge for recording.
Standing of contestants reported by number only.
All votes must be taken to the store of (). A.
Wednesday for recording.
1 row bridge on
Contest runs four months.
Contestant having the largest number of votes recorded to their
credit at the end of the contest will be awarded the piano. I he oth­
er prizes will be awarded in the order in which they stand in the
Current accounts when promptly paid, en­
titled to votes.
No member of firm or employee of firm where votes are being
given will be permitted to contest.
Do not fail to take all votes collected to the store of O. A. Trowbridge on Wednesday.
There Is Plenty of Room
for more contestants.
Get in the swim.
in for registration. You will be given
Even if you only have 10 votes hand them
thousand votes when you register.