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El Paso herald. (El Paso, Tex.) 1901-1931, March 07, 1910, Image 9

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L PASO HERALD
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ARCH 10, 1910 is the opening date of THE HERALD'S GRAND POPULAR VOTING
CONTEST, and two months from that date The Herald will present to its most popular
subscribers outside of the city of El Paso, $5000 WORTH OF iMAGNIFICEN T PRIZES.
There will be Four Grand Prizes, Twelve District Prizes and numerous Special Prizes
1st Grand Prize
2nd Grand Prize
3rd Grand Prize
4th Grand Prize
The Grand Prize
Touring Car 7
Apollo Player Piano
Two Trips to New York via all Water Route, AH Expenses Paid
400.00 Cable Piano
Contest District No. 1
Includes all of west Texas (outside of El
Paso), and the territory adjacent to the IsTa
tkmal Lines nf Mexico, in Mexico.
GRA2TD PRIZES AS ABOVE
1st District Prize,
$125 VICTOR VICTROLA
2d District Prize,
$50 SET SILVERWARE '
3d District Prize,
$25 CAMERA
Special Prizes
Contest District No,
Includes the following: Otero, Lincoln,
Torrance, Eddy, Chaves, Roosevelt, Curry,
Quay, Guadalupe, San Miguel, Union, Col
fax, and Mora counties in Sew Mexico, and
the Panhandle counties in Texas.
GRASFD PRIZES AS ABOVE
1st District Prize,
$125 VICTOR VICTROLA
2d District Prize,
$50 SET SILVERWARE
3d District Prize,
$25 CAMERA
Contest Disfrief He. i
Includes the following counties in JSew
1 Mexico: Dona Ana, Luna, Grant Sierra,
Socorro, Valencia, Bernalillo, Santa Pe, San
Duval, McKinley, Taos, Rio Arriba and San
Juan. GRAND PRIZES AS ABOVE
1st District Prize,
$125 VICTOR VICTROLA
2d District Prize,
$50 SET SILVERWARE
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3d District Prize,
$25 CAMERA
Politest OistriGf No, 4
Includes all of Arizona, Sonora, and he
west coast of Mexico.
GRAND PRIZES AS ABOVE
1st District Prize,
$125 VICTOR VICTROLA
2d District- Prize,
$50 SET SILVERWARE
3d District Prize,
$25 CAMERA
IN" ADDITION TO THE GRAND AND DISTRICT PRIZES, SEVERAL HUNDRED DOLLARS
GIVEN AWAY DURNG- THE CONTEST, CONDITIONS GOVERNING- THE GIVING OP
PROM TIME TO TIME AS THE CONTEST PROGRESSES.
WORTH OP SPECIAL PRIZES WILL BE
THESE PRIZES WILL BE ANNOUNCED
Are You a Hysfier?
If you are get busy. Hustlers always have hosts of friends
who are more than willing to help them in a contest of this kind.
The value of the prizes offered is unusually great and any one of
them is well worth working for.
Fill Out the Nomination Blank Today
Do You
W
nt An Automobile?
Many people suppose that it is necessary to be wealthy in order
to possess an Automobile. This is a mistake. The Herald offers
an Automobile of the newest and best manufacture, which you can
easily obtain by the cooperation of your friends with no expense to
yourself and no extra cost to your friends. Enter the contest
at once. Delay endangers success.
CAN YOU r!0K THE WINNER?
$50.00 IN CASH
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. will be paid to tlie person who firs sends in the nom
ination of the contestant who wins the $1250 Touring
Car. Get busv and send in the name of. some one of
f your popular friends whom you think will stand a
good chance of wmning this magnificent prize.
Nomination Blank
Contest Editor,
El Paso Herald,
Late ,1910.
I nominate '. '
Town . ;
State or Territory
as the most popular candidate in the
EL PASO HERALD POPULAR VOTING CONTEST.
Any person of good character is eligible to enter this contest. Every candidate
must be regularly nominated on the nomination blank which is printed in The Herald.
Any person can nominate one or more candidates. Nomination blanks should be mailed
at once to the Contest Editor of the El Paso Daily Herald. Each nomination made gives
the nominee 5 votes. No person living in the city of El Paso is eligible to enter this
Each
Signed
Address
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I IT HAY BE WORTH $50.00 TO 00 hateo
contest and no votes will be allowed on subscriptions in El Paso or suburbs.
The Herald's Popular Votin? Contest will be divided into four districts.
district will contest for four Grand prizes and three district prizes. No person can win
more than one prize, me tumesiam navrag xne largest numcer or votes wm oe awarded
the $1250 Touring Car, the next highest will win the $800 Apollo Piano Player; the third 4
highest will win the $500 trip tc Nev York and the fourth highest will win the $400
Hobart M. Cable piano. In the districts where Grand prizes are awarded the next highest
vote will "win the $.125 Victrola; the next the $50 set of silverware and the next the
$25 Camera.
In case of a tie between contestants the value of the prize for which they are con
tending will be equally divided.
Contestants must be entered in the district in which they live and contestants mov
ing from one prize district to another after being nominated will be retained in the dis
trict from which first nominated.
Contestants may secure vote3 in any district they desire and votes once counted
cannot be transferred.
No employe of The Herald will be permitted to compete for the prizes and The
Herald reserves the right to reject any nomination that may be considered' objectionable.
The Herald guarantees fair treatment to all contestants and in all questions that mav
arise the decision of the Contest Editor will be considered final.
The Herald reserves the right to add to or change the rules as may be necessary to
best protect the interests of both the contestants and The Herald-
All prizes will be in El Paso ready for delivery to the winning contestants on the
closing day or tne contest.
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