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Los Angeles herald. [microfilm reel] (Los Angeles [Calif.]) 1900-1911, April 01, 1910, Image 6

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I 1910 Knox Tourabout—Second Capital Prize
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THIS beautiful automobile goes to the candidate in The Herald's $25,000 Voting Contest who casts the second greatest number of votes. The Knox car is so well known as to need no further
word here, but The Herald's "prize" car is such a beauty that it merits special mention. First of all it is a five-passenger car, gray in color and all its furnishings are in German silver. It is one of
the most completely equipped machines ever sent out of a garage, having Bosch magneto, top with side curtains and top slip cover, Jones 60-mile speedometer, clock, glass front, shock ab
sorbers, baggage rack, Prest-O-Lite tank, 8-inch mirror lens headlights, oil side and tail lights, tire irons, tire cover, extra rim, tire repair kit, pump, jack and full set of tools. All upholstery is
in the best quality hand-buffed leather; it has the famous Knox Unit construction, three-point power plant; it is a 40 h. p. A. L. A. M. standard; 4 cylinder, 5x4 3-4 inch, cast separately; wheel base 117
inches; is capable of any speed from 5 to 60 miles on high gear with 3 to 1 ratio, and weighs, with equipment, 3000 pounds. Other specifications covering transmission, ignition, steering parts, gaso
line supply arrangements and each and every detail make it the "car beautiful and durable." And the best part of it is that it goes ABSOLUTELY FREE to some candidate in The Herald's Con
test. As to whom it goesi, that depends upon YOU. You are shorm how to win this car by being a candidate and how to be a candidate below. Read every word and then come to your own de
cisions. It's up to you!
How to Win This
Magnificent Car
PDRHAPS someone might expect an estimate Of the number of
votes which would make the candidate casting this particular
number of votes the winners of this car. But no thinking per
son would expect any .such thing here—for such a thing is an
absolute impossibility. Who is to know—how can anyone pos
sibly know ? To win this car YOU must lie a candidate in The Herald's
$26,000 Voting Contest, and, as such, cast the second greatest number
of votes. "Hut how am I to know what number will be the second
highest V the non-thinker might ask. No answer can be given to such
a question. Get in and start your campaign today—this minute! Make
every minute count! Make every friend and acquaintance help! Let
your friends know you are in this Contest and organize them into an
army, each member pledged to carry forward your candidacy. When
the vote standing of candidates is published tomorrow have your name
in the list and have SOME VOTES AFTER IT! This is the ffl-st step
toward putting your candidacy bi ton your friends. Then be second
among leaders and stay there! Let no one go ahead of you—and the
only way anyone can get ahead of you will be to work more earnestly
and effectively, to organize a more enthusiastic army, to push a better
campaign. You will sec what "the other fellow" is doing. Do more!
Lead and keep the lead! Do this and success—and the automobile or
the house or any prize you are determined to get cannot help but be
yours. Each and every prize goes to vote-getters. Get votes and you'll
get the prizes!
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 1. 1010.
HERE'S HOW
Nomination Blank
Los Angeles Herald Grand Prize Voting Contest
LOS ANGELES HERALD, Los Angeles, Cal.
I desire to make the following nomination:
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Street and City
State

Nominated by .„,.,•••••••••••••••••..,»,,„
Address
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MlTi:—Thll nomination blank is |?ood for 1000 trrr votro. Only one
nomination will he accepted for each candidate.
DO IT NOW
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How to Be a Candidate
in this Voting Contest
THERK is no red tape about becoming a candidate In The
Herald's $25,000 Voting Contest. If you are respectable you
are eligible as a candidate, and so long as you conduct your
self in an honest and above-board manner in this Contest
you will be permitted to* remain a candidate. The Contest
Department reserves the right to reject or eject any candidate who
does not meet these simple conditions. If you are not -' r.dy a can
didate, fill out the nomination blank to the left and bring it in to the
Contest Department, or send it in, or phone your name in. It Is beat
to bring it in, meet the Contest Manager and talk this enterprise over
with him. The Contest Department wants everyone to understand this
Contest —to see for themselves how absolutely fair and impartial it is;
to see how businesslike all methods used are; to know, in short, all
about the Contest and thus, being able to show your friends why you
are in and why they should rally to your support. When your nom
ination is received you will be given full information and materials—
which consist merely of a little book which goes into a lady's bag or a
man's pocket easily. In meeting with the Contest Department you
will be shown how to map out a campaign that will make effective
campaigning easy. Outside candidates are being; furnished this in
formation through letters and by Contest Men traveling over the cir
culation territory of The Herald to meet outside candidates. So no
matter how you are or where you are you will receive first-hand in
formation, and if you use the precious present minutes your vote total
will grow wondrously fast. Try it and see.
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