The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 21, 1911 Page: 5 of 8
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Free to Every Girl
]n the Big Voting Contest—Nominations Coming in
I he beautiful Jewel Boxes, one of which is given to every girl in the Big Contest, as soon as she
turns in $10 on subscription, have arrived and can be seen at our office. These elegant prizes are
greatly admired and coveted by everyone and we hope that every young lady will come in soon
with enough subscriptions to claim a Jewel box.
Handsome Set of Post Cards to Every Girl Free !
But before ths Jewel Boxes are given the young lady will already have received a delightful set of post cards. These pretty cards are given to every
candidate just as soon as they come in with the first subscription! Certainly that is liberal, but we want each young lady to show her interest and winning
ability just as soon as possible. When you hear that you have been nominated you should get right out and land your first subscription and receive the set of
post cards. The grand prizes are the big things of course and they are what you really intend to win but we do not want to waste a minute waiting to see
what others are going to do or delaying to make up your mind what you will do. So '
1 he Jewel Boxes and the Post Cards are Yours
And we want to get them to each girl as soon as they will make the required start. Get your father or uncle or for that first subscription. You will
find that the first subscription is the hardest to get but when started you will get along easily.
First Grand Prize
$'2iM).00 Bachman Piano. This grand prize is made by the
Schilh Piano Co., is guaranteed in every particular. It is better
than other premium pianos listed at $300.
Get Your Name in Quick Rules of Contest
Nominations Close, 27th
Second Grand Prize—$50 Diamond Ring
This splendid Diamond Ring has a per
feet stone, set in a heavy gold band and is as
good a ling as can be purchased anywhere
for $50 at retail. In fact it is a better ring
tl)4ii you could ordinarily get for that price.
The brilliant stone sparkles richly and has
the white splendi r so much sought. This is
indeed a prize worth winning for it has a
.« in itself that will incro.wo rather than decrease. We guar-
'the ring to he absolutely as represented, subject to the
inent oi any reputable jeweler.
Beautiful Jewei Boxes
These exquisite gold burni bed Jewel
Boxes delight everyone. You will want
one as soon as you see them. They are
lined, some with blue silk and some with
fluffy pink. They are almost as pi city as
the Reins that are to go into them. Ev-
er* girl, who turns in 10 subscriptions,
gets a jewel box.
If you are reading this and have hot been nominat-
ed then send vour name In quick. It doesn't make
dill1 rence to us hut this is the last week for nomina-
tions. Rembmber the large beautiful Jewel Box that
goes to the person nominating ti e w:nnerof the piano.
Remember tli. grand array of costly prizes, all to he
given away in this big contest. We are trading these
prizes for your work in the subscription campaign.
N ou can participate in the awards —get your name in
quick and bring in your first one or ten subs, Hurry,
Bead the Whole Plan in
Last Weeks Paper
READ WHAT THIS Y0UN8 LADY SAYS. SHE WON THE PIANO GIV-
EN BY PROFITABLE FARMING AT TRENTON, MO.
Profit able farming, Trent0"' M°" A"gU8t 23th' 1911'
St. Joseph. Mo.
I received my piano which was first prize in the contest
for subscriptions to our home paper and your paper. I am
more than delighted with the sweet tone and attractive case of
the piano. I am glad that I had such an opportunity, and thank
you for your courteous treatment at all times during the contest.
Miss Jennie Cowan.
1. Any girl or lady, married or single is eligible.
'2. Prizes will be awarded according to the votes
held by candidates, highest, next highest, etc. Three
prominent home business men will count the votes.
3 No relative or employe of the editor can enter-
4. All subscriptions must be accompanied by cash
5. Contest is to run not. less than 10 weeks and
the close is to be announced two weeks in advance.
Voles are not transferable in any shape or form.
No information given out on the last dav. A square
deal to all guaranteed.
How to Get Votes
Schedule—1 year's subscription, new, 500 votes
1 year's subscription, old. 400 votes
'2 yrs subscription, in advance, 1/200 votes
3 yrs subscription, in advance, 2,000 votes
\ otes will be issued at our office when subscription
money is turned in.
Every one year subscription to the New Era in-
cludes a three years subscription to Profitable Farming
at no extra cost. The two papers for the price of the
Era alone during this contest.
Don't forget to tell your friends about this.
Nis Obligations No Costs
Nothinolo Lose All to Gain
Free Vote Coupon
Good For J 00 Votes
Send this in and watch lor free vole coupon in
next issut—they will help you win.
Profitable Farming Voting Contest
Good for 1000 Votes
Town R. F. 1)
Send in promptly. Don't wait.
Profitable Farming Voting Contest
The New Era a"d Profitable Farming
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The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 21, 1911, newspaper, September 21, 1911; Davenport, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109812/m1/5/: accessed March 26, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.