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THE NASHVILLE CLODE, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1S07.
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Prince Herrman will send the Two Most Popular Pastors of Nash
ville and vicinity to the Jamestown Exposition FREE OF ALL COST
to them, for trip both ways, including Sleeper both ways, and price of
an Exposition Ticket for each day while there. The pastor who sells
most copies over 1000 of
REFLECTIONS OF A DREAMER
Will be given a 20 Days' Trip to the Exposition.
The pastor selling the next highest number over 800 will be given
a 15 Days' Trip.
In both cases fare both ways, including Sleeper both ways, and gate fare to Exposi
tion grounds for each day while there, will be supplied.
"Reflections of a Dreamer" sells at only 5 cents per copy so th at
every member and friend can easily afford to purchase 5 or 10 copies
to help win this great trip for their favorite pastor. The contest will
begin Monday, April 15, continue for seven weeks, and close Monday,
May 27. The Globe will tell each week how the contest stands.