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The object o«
Thursday, July 25
Good for l.OOO Votes
FIRST CAPITAL PRIZE
NOMINATE YOURSELF. OF A FRIEND
Circulation Campaign Department,
The Daily Times-Record.
I hereby nominate as a candidate in your Circulation Campaign:
Send Necessary Blanks and Instructions
NOTE Not over Five 'Nomination Blanks will be accepted for
any one (Candidate. Only a limited number of Nominations will
be accepted, so send in yours at once.
$1,400 Everett—5 Passenger
Will be on Exhibition at Reidman Au.to
Agency within the next few days.
OBJECT OF THIS CAMPAIGN
State. Remember this is a big b^^PXSle prizeswhileyoufu?i™lXe subscriptions (new or old*,
than a little of your spare time. We ]["rnis ments A^QUARE DEAL TO ALL, is the motto of the contest,
which can be secured during your ™°™5nd Ihere ^il no favorites. That each candidate in the big cam
will receive equ^trea^men^an^ther^wu^no^Iavo^ite_^^^
fuilesTn^ count" votes and award the°priz« at the close of the campaign.
.ran IN THE NOMINATION BLANK OR THE INFORMATION COUPON. DO IT NOW.
10 per cent to all who work actively
to end and do not win a. prize
WEEKLY TIMBMEeORO THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1912.
The TIMES-RECORD pledges absolute good
faith and fairness to all people who will soon be en
gaged in the Campaign. This is not a "something for
nothing" scheme, in fact it is no scheme at all. Neither
is it a charitable undertaking on the part of the
TIMES-RECORD. It is a business proposition pure
and simple. The object is to advertise this newspaper
and to increase its circulation and to win a welcome in
every household in the field that it covers.
fo act as
Circulation Campaign Department
The Daily Times-Record:
of the valuable prizes.
Please send me detailed information concerning the Prize
Circulation Campaign and the method to be pursued to win one
TOWN PHONE NO., IF ANY
y^ cannot^^^a^d a representative
the right to reject any nominations Nominations) mayt^™^at any time up^to
ing issues of the Times-Record which when neat
First—You enter the competitionby sendi^
accepted for any one candidate
to a more
thereon. Votes cannot be purchased. They must be secured tlj
subscriber to the Times,Record to enter the competition. Persons who enter this Circulation
ASK YOUR FRIENDS TO HELP YOU
whe^t isri£'Sief?oPisk corr™"
YOU CAN EASILY WIN A PRIZE.
YOUR FRIENDS WILL HELP YOU
the aui ^u
They will aiso secure
Cut Out Neatly
THe Valley City Times-R.ecord's
Great Circulation Campaign
GOOD FOR 25 VOTES
This COUPON, when neatly cut out and brought of
mailed to the Circulation Campaign Department of the Daily
Times-Record, will count for the person whose name is written
VOID AFTER SEPTEMBER 2, 1912
In a Little Over $ix Short Weeks
in. tHe Tim^s.-Record's
Information, Rales and Conditions of the Times-Record Circulation Campaign
o-nnH character and a resident of one of the Districts, married or unmarried, old or young, is eligible to compete in this circulation campaign. This means both
veryone „„reni.aKip candidates. Candidates may nominate themselves. Nominatioi must be accompanied by the proper address of candidates. Nominations may be made
men anc women ar Times Record office force or member of employees mi4iediate family can enter or compete for any of the prizes. The Times-Record reserves
by coupon or by letter. No employe of the
th of th contest.
name and address. All votes issued^on ub^nptions are good wiH be fisted and divided into districts according to the residence or place of business. Candidate, can
Cash must accompany all subscriptions where votes a
secure subscriptions anywhere.. ReadI over carefu Times-Record. The list of caHdidates and the number of votes turned in will be published continually throughout the
Now Is The Time to Enter—Do It Now
A I O W O W I N
where, from the other districts as wellas cm«w you call so he can explain anything you do not understand. Telephone
uniin rmrftlflP till
11 UCI Villi Hundreds of people will have no personal friends in the competition. You can secure their friendship and subscriptions if you only ask them.
long way towards making you the winner of one of the Special Prizes.
INCREASE YOUR VOTE EACH DAY. For further information 'phone or ask for the\C^aign Manager, who will be glad to answer any questions.
regular channels acco-ding to the rules of the contest. All remittances must be accompanied by subscriber's
-1 W^t, nrnnprlv filled nut The nomination blank is good for 1,000 votes and not over five nomination coupons will be
fmpaign will thereby, bind themselves to abide by the foregoing rules.
wUl give you^fulld^aUsf secur^every dail/vote coupon^ossible. But work for the Special Ballots, they count the most.
in collecting Daily Newspaper j^n^t^^ay^pa"^witho!u"securi^^me^ubfcription^anT v^es^Vhe's^erdy^per^istent°work wUl^make you'the'vwnne^of
to secure the votes and assistance of the members for you.
subscriptions that are paid
not let a flay pass witnout & candidate CANDIDATES CAN SECURE votes and subscriptions any-
mistakes ItonoThesitate' to'ask questions. The Campaign Managed is at the Times-Record office to help you. Telephone No. 4.
Do not be discouraged. Once nominated do not drop out. You can win. These valuable prizes will be won by someone.. Why not you.
votes for you from their friends. A little organization among your friends for systematic work in your interest will a
Vote coupons good for different amounts will be published in the com-
Campaign Department, will count for the amount
at the discretion of the candidate or subscriber. Votes are not transferable,
Districts determine which one you are in and send your name in on a nomination coupon. All questions
Use your telephone. Let everyone know that you are a candidate before they promise
start. If you have friends you cannot see at once, write them. You can get votes and subscriptions any-
HOW THE PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED.
The Contestants in the city of Valley. City who
largest number of votes on the night of September 7th will be given
one of the automobiles. .. _ti
The Contestants outside of the (City of Valley City who turns
in the largest number of votes by the night of September 7th, will
iv A to
Contestant turning: to -the largest number to bf given thei£
choice of the twd c4f§. ..
ta, After the two automobiles have been awarded the Contestants
'having £he highest number of votes in each of the two districts will
be given a trip tfi Y«tto'w Stone 'Park.
Contestants haViftg th« second highest number of votes in each
of the two districts Will &S a Graphophone—one a Victrola
with records, and the othfif AS #ith Case and Records.
Contestants standing third kM fSu'rtB fa their districts will ba
given a Year's Scholarship in tile iDakota Business College, Fargo,
The fifth district prize is an EdidtfL Phonograph, and Contest
ants standing fifth In their districts wiif recede these prises.
The Gold Watch is the sixth prize in •ach1 district, and will be
awarded to the Contestants standing sixth
the automobiles -have been awarded.
A candidate does not have to be a regular
advance, also on payment of arrearages,
oAe^ndfdate "rion't forget that the children can do effective work
their districts after
WEEKY TIMES-RBCOftD THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1913.
The territory has been divided into two districts, and at
least six prizes will be awarded in each District in addition to
one of the two capital prizes:
IDistrict No. 1—All of Valley City inside the city limits.
of Barnes county and adjoining terri
Candidates can secure votes and subscriptions anywhere.
Anyone, anywhere, can vote for any candidate.
10,000 EXTRA VOTES
8 000 regularly flowed for a year's subscription. This means a big
SS winning one of the automobiles, ..
Get- Your Subscriber Today
SEND IN THE NOMINATION BLANK OR THE INFORMATION
ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATION tO
SECOND CAPITAL PRIZE
$650 BUICK ROADSTER.
On Exhibition a^t Frank Flora/s Garage
2 Trips to Yellowstone Park
1 Victrola Graphophone with Records
On Exhibition Dakota Drug Co.
1 Edison Graphophone with Case and Records
On Exhibition Dakota Drug Co..
4 Business Scolarships (Fargo Business College)
2 Edison Phonographs
On Exhibition Dakota Drug Co.
2 Gold Watches
On Exhibition at Fritch's and Mclntyre's
Voting Power oi Subscriptions and
Price List of the Times-Record
BY CARRIER IN CITY OR B\ HAIL OUT OF CITY
£)($£ Three Months—$1.00 1,000 Votes
Daily Six Months—$2.00 3,000 Votes
Daily One Year—$4,00 ., 8,000 Votes
Daily Two Yrars-$8.00 ........ /.V.
A NEW Subscriber is 6ne Who was not taking the
TimesrRecSfd July 25th, 1912.