Semi-weekly Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1910-1915, May 28, 1913, Page 6, Image 6

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    Semi-Week!y Bandon Recorder,
1913
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here Is Still Time
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To make a Successful Start in
the Big Voting Contest
Don’t put it off another day.
votes today.
Commence collecting
There are plenty of loose votes only waiting for an active con­
testant to gather them up.
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Read this advertisement.
PRIZE LARGE.
EFFORT IS SMALL, CHANCES TO WIN A
Wouldn’t you like one of the following articles:
A $400.00
sweet-toned piano; a choice lot 45 by 100 feet in the desirable Morras Addition
two blocks from the public school; a high grade watch; a sewing machine; a
beautiful toilet set; a gold bracelet.
Of course you would like to win one of
these splendid prizes, and you can if your desire is strong. Commence collect­
ing all the voting coupons you can today. Don’t be among those who will say:
“I wish I had tried for one of those prizes. I could have collected enough votes
to win if I had only tried.” Jump in and become a contestant at once.
A Prize will be given every Week
Each week during the remaining time of the contest beautiful pieces of silver­
ware will be awarded as prizes to the contestants bringing in the largest number
of votes in any week. The contestant who has received one of these special prizes of silverware will
not be awarded another even if they should register the largest number during some other week.
This gives all contestants a better chance for a prize. This proviso with regard to the special prizes
will not of course affect any contestant’s standing for the regular prizes. The special prizes give the
late starter an equal chance for a prize.
Rules of Contest.
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No names of contestants will be published.
Even contestant w ill receive a number.
Even contestant is given 2,000 votes when they
register.
A contestant to register takes votes to the store
ol O. A. Trowbridge for recording.
Standing of contestants reported by number only
All votes must be taken to the store of (). A.
Trow bridge on W ednesday.
Color of voter will be changed inonthh. and
must be recorded weekly to count.
\ otes are translerable only before recording.
Contest rm* four months.
Contestant having the largest number of votes
recorded to their credit at the end of the contest
will be awarded the piano. The other prizes
will be awarded to the contestants in the order in
which they stand in the voting.
No member of firm or employee of firm where
voses are being given will be permittee! to contest.
How to Get Votes
Votes are given on the basis of one vote for every cent
paid at D. M. Averill’s Dry Goods, O. A. Trowbridge’s,
Boyle Jewelry Company, Bandon Bakery.
Every yearly subscription to the Bandon Recorder is
good for 1,000 votes.
Try Your Hand at Collecting Votes
Get interested in doing something worth while, with a big reward at the end.