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Over s2oo© in Special Prizes SS2S.O§ Maxwell "25" Automobile, 1914 Model FIRST GRAND PRIZE 6 Diamond Rings, S4OO Piano 2nd Grand Prize 14 Other Prizes $325.00 MAXWELL "25" CAB ~ $400.00 UPRIGHT PIANO FIRST GRAND PRIZE SECOND GRAND PRIZE The dandiest light car on the market, bought of E. C. Tew, Bfcgß §Lh L Vernon Piano, built by the Kohler & Chase Piano Factory; fully the local agent, who will put it on display soon. Weighing only ■ KBtiY B fl guaranteed by them for 10 years, and by the John Sharp Piano com jJjO pounds, it has a 4-cylinder, 25 H. P. motor, left-hand steer- BB pany of Seattle, from whom it was purchased, goes to the contes mg, center control, flush side stream-line body and will seat five cf ' tant polling the highest number of votes in the district not getting n.-ome comfortably. the Maxwell "25" automobile. Prizes Rules of Contest DISTRICT NO. 1. |pl \ (City of Olympia and the Olympia Rural Routes.) Only one nomination coupon value 3 '°™ ™ teb fol contestant Second diamond ring, a mr\ I lie contest manager reserves the right to reject any nomination. Third prize—One-quarter I The contest liruiigcr reserves tlic right Fourth prize—Six months' scholarship, Wilson's I to make any changes during the contest Fifth prize—One-eighth carat diamond ring, dis- I ill Hn othci than lcdlicillg tile piizes. played by Talcott Bros. \ Sixth prize—Three months' scholarship, Wilson's plovee of the Washington Standard is eli- Modern Business College, Seattle. gible to enter tlic Contest played by Talcott Bros. b ' www*»m AH disputes that may arise are to be ** HERE IS THE CAR settled by the contest manager and his de- Ninth prize—Gem-set lavalliere, displayed by cision shall he final. Talcott Bros. The contest opens Wedncsdav, Febru -B'l lavalliere ' displaycd by ary 18 and closes Saturday, AprillS, 1914. Eleventh prize—Same as Tenth prize. The standing of the candidates will ap- More prizes will be announced if more candidates Our 1914-model, 5-passenger, fully equipped Maxwell "25" pear in each issue of this paper. should enter the contest. will soon be displayed by E. C. Tew, the local agent. It will be How Ballots Are Secured.—ln all £j ven the FIRST GRAND PRIZE in this contest instead of the cases where ballots are issued subscrip- DISTRICT NO. 2. Player-Piano previously announced, because of the interest shown tions must be paid or prepaid. The full (All Territory Outside of the City of Olympia in our preliminary announcement, which convinces us that this will amount of money must be sent direct by First prize—MaxtveU aSToMI. or *4OO •» the biggest contest, ever b.ld in this territory and that it will f* OT broUght to the Waahi "S to " Stan upright piano. . . . . , _ Cicircl. • Second prize—One-quarter carat diamond ring, warran us giving is an some car as the FIRST GRAND PRIZE. j n cage 0 f a e |] ie prizes will be equal displayed by Talcott Bros. NOTICE TO CONTESTANTS: The contest opened Wednes- l v divided between the contestants tieimr Third prize—One-quarter carat diamond ring, . iy uxviutu uciwten uie conitsianis ueiug. displayed by Talcott Bros. . y ' February 18, and will close Saturday, April 18. ANY Each contestant will receive a prize. Fou- th prize-Six months' scholarship, Wilson's LADY IS ELIGIBLE to enter this contest and every active con- ilodern Business College, Seattle. ... ' Finn prize—One-eighth carat diamond ring, dis- testant will receive a prize. If we have not enough prizes now, we Vot£ ScllCdlllC Mid Sixth prize—Three months' scholarship, Wilson's will buy more, so that every contestant will be rewarded for her SllbSCriPtlOll Rftt6S Modern Business College, Seattle. efforts. This contest has stirred up residents all over the county Seventh prize—Elgin 20-year gold watch, dis- .. . . . . ... . ■ played by Talcott Bros. the y 3X6 interested and if you will get busy right away they will Eigh pfay P ed"v TaTcotfßros 1 " ™ tCh ' help you and you can win one 0 the capital prizes. You can Year Amount Votes Ninth prize—Gem-set lavalliere, displayed by make a record in this contest—get busy right away, for the special $ 1.50 2,000 lavalliere, displayed by offer closes next Thursday night. • 2 3.00 5,000 Talcott Bros. 3 4 .00 7,500 Eleventh prize—Same as Tenth prize. More prizes will be announced if more candidates 5 5.00 10,000 should enter the contest. 10 10.00 25,000 Send 111 Nomination Today* No Contestant can secure more than 1 prize EVERY ACTIVE CONTESTANT WILL POSITIVELY GET A PRIZE. Eight Weeks' Effort in Your Spare Time Will Secure You a Valuable Prize; No Prize Worth Eess Than SIO.OO TT DEPENDS ON YOURSELF WHETHER YOU GET A SIO.OO PRIZE OR THE MAXWELL "25" FOR YOUR SPARE TIME. » OFFER CLOSES AT 8 P. M., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15. LAST SPECIAL OFFER OF CONTEST Here's the one you've been waiting for. Furthermore, it is absolutely the last one of the contest—we guaran tee that. Here we go: 40,000 extra votes for a club of $25 in subscriptions and you can turn in as many clubs as you want to; 5,000 bonus votes on five-year subscriptions (which also count in the $25 clubs); 2,500 votes on each relative's subscription. We've taken the lid off now—there's NO LIMIT on any of these offers! rAHlkAll , B ut that s only a starter. Listen to this: To the girl in each district who turns in the most subscriptions be- Y UIC V fill If till re thls off er closes we will give 100,000 extra votes, in addition to all of these bonuses; 75,000 extra to the girl who is third, and 25,000 to the fourth. So you see IT ALL DEPENDS ON YOU how many votes you get. This entitles the holder to Fiftv (50 j votes There's ONLY ONE WEEK MORE of the contest and THIS IS THE LAST SPECIAL OFFER NO MORE • EXTRA VOTES WILL BE GIVEN AFTER IT CLOSES next WEDNESDAY EVENING, April 15, and the sub- Coute<tant m ° ney T* dther be in this ° ffice at 8 °' clock that "W* or in *e mail, if you want to benefit by the offer The contest closes at 8 o 'clock the following Saturday night. ALL ABOARD FOR THE LAST LAP OF THE RACE! Address ta wo,i,i,^,,s S a ] .d grand vot- The WASHINGTON STANDARD IUK 11 \<. 1"« i.V STAVP ' \PKIL 10, 1914.