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Tuesday, October 31, IQ22
THE HHPPXER HERALD. IIKPrXKR. ORKGOX
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I Only Eighteen Days Remain in the Sieppner
Herald's Big Prize Campaign
Campaign Closes at 8 p. m, Saturday, November 18th
.The race has apparently narrowed down to a limited few. Real contenders must "carry on" and see it
thru to the finish if they would win. Candidates are necessarily dependent on their friends and acquaint
ances to increase their vote totals. If YOU have a favored contestant in this race help her now while
more than the minimum number of votes can be secu'red. The race is close. Your subscription now may
be the deciding factor turning dismal defeat into glorious victory. The ALL-IMPORTANT "second
period" ends one wpek from this Saturday night. So closely bunched are the leading contestants that as
sure as the sun rises tomorrow the candidate who receives the most assistance NOW (regardless of to
day's published standing) will have the very best chance of winning.
Note the Difference in These Credit Schedules
Embracing the fifth and
sixth weeks (terminating Nov.
11), the following number of
credits will be Issued for sub
scriptions: 1 year 2.00 1,000
2 years ........ 4.00 6,000
3 years 6.00 10,000
4 years 8.00 15,000
5 years 10.00...w....20,000
. Embracing the sevimth and lust
fv'cck (terminating November 18),
the followinK number of credits
will be issued for subscriptions:
J year J 2.00 .'. .800
f years 4.00 4,000
years 6.00 7,600
years S.00 10,000
5 years 10.00 15,000
LIST OF PRIZES
$225 Beautiful Chesterfield Furniture Set,
bought of Case Furniture Co.
$125 Stradavaris Phonograph, bought of
and on display at Patterson & Son's.
$60 Scholarship in Behnke -Walker Busi
ness College, Portland, Oregon.
25-piece cabinet of Community Silverware,
bought of and on display at Haylor's.
Your choice of any $35 watch from the
large stock of F. L Harwood.
2C Seneca Kodak, bought of and on dis
play at Humphreys Drug Co.
1923 MODEL FORD SEDAN
Bought of and on Display at
Latourell Auto Co.
It is the sincere aim of this1 newspaper to conduct tills
Salesmanship Club, from start toi finish, in a fair, honor
able and impartial manner. Every precaution lias been
taken to safeguard the intoroBta1 of participants, and
absolute honesty in all dealings ia guaranteed.
However, not. all wisdom lies within any one man or
institution, an Advisory Board h;m been, decided upon
whose functions' shall be to decide any question of suf
ficient moment that might happen to ariso during tho
campaign, and from which a committee shall be delected
to act as judges and count the credits tho last night of
the club. The personnel of this board is as follows:
W. P. MA HONEY
fWdiier First' National Hank
S. W. SI'KNCKIt
Cashier Fanners & StockKrowei-s National ISamk
C. E. WOODSON
e. m. lit mh:n
Fanner and Secret n ry of Farm linrenti
J. A. WATKIIS
As the end of the campaign
draws near the race is becom
ing very excitingthe stand
ings are so very close that it's
just simply nobody's race. One
or two 5 -year subscriptions
for any one of the contestants
would up-set the whole stand
ing, the one at the bottom of
the list today may be the lead
er tomorrow. Hard, consist
ent, work from here out is
necessary. DO YOUR BEST.
The Herald does not aflk Club members to canvass for
subscriptions and then take tho chance of getting no re
ward for their efforts.
Tho Herald agrees to pay all Club members who par
ticipate in this campaign a CASH COMMISSION of twenty
(20) per cent (?1 out of every $5 collected) for all sub
scription money turned in provided they turn In ono or
more Hubsrrlplioms each week after they start to work,
and in tho event such Club members do not win ono
of tho prizes.
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k real winner doesn't stop at the first setback.. It takes rrit and determination to win any race with determination the leading factor. If you think you're beaten
ou are. "As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he." Prizes, as costly as these, arc net offered everv dav.. Nai.irallv. th:-ro will rnS1,o r, floi.t n ,un i, .
-j j - j i ..ul.w m imu uiii.ji i a i i'.i ti
subsequent survival of the fittest.. If it's in you to w,'n, you can if you quit now, you're lost!
Take that subscription you
ed TODAY !
For further information, subscription blanks,
receipt forms, etc., call on, phone or write
THE SALES MANAGER
Phone 1 3
lias been set aside to pay jo
per cent to all active non
prize winners. $i.oo out of
every $5.00 you collect is
yours if you fail to win an
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