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The Fairmont West Virginian. (Fairmont, W. Va.) 1904-1914, August 13, 1907, Image 3

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I Is the Fairmont
Boys, Girls and 1
I Capital Prize
WAGON & *1fb
. Tliis pony is thoroughly city broke. H;0|
pBafcraid of nothing, and -will be Bafe in the if
I hands of children. The harness is made to II jf
I order and to fit the pouy. The pony wagon
I ia a strong substantial one with rubber
I tires and built from selected material for
I The above picture shows the complel
purchased for this contest from the IV
breeders of Shetland Ponies in the w<
I Conditions of the Contest I
The conditions of the contest are that the pony-outfit, consisting
teof a thoroughly city broke, blooded Shetland Pony, with set of hand tj,
E : made harness to fit and good substantial rubber tired pony wagon
I will be given to the boy or girl or lady who is a resident of Marion ,
Bfefimmtv and who receives the largest number of votes cast in the
Contest regardless of district limitations. And to each of the three ai
^candidates standing highest in each of the three districts after the ft(
Sj^vpony outfit is awirded will he given a $50.00 diamond ring. And
|f to each of the three candidates standing second highest in each of lt
P|w|lthe three districts will be given a $25.00 diamond ring. ti
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Contest Deoartn
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ft? 1
West Virgin!;
n A 4 a c* y?u want *?m
.nil IPS or wear a Diamond
mwivv/ jg 0pent0 you now:ljj'"'
f\ *v\.-. :' : ' ^, ; ^By.-' Jjfx&W
:e Pony Outfit?the Pony, Wagon a
lichigan Buggy Co., of Kalamazoo,
orld, and will be given away absolu
A Coupon in Each Paper
In addition to the votes allowed on payments on subscriptions
lere will be printed in each iBsne of the West Virginian a cou>n
which, when properly filled ont and brought or sent to this of:e
will be good for 25 votes during the first week of the eontest
od good for five votes each day thereafter during the life of the
jntest, but each coupon will be good only for one week after
is issued and must be voted on or before the date of expiraon
printed on the coupon. > (
A Few Wor
About the Fair
Df I Ml A M West ?gin:
111 II 111! fill The Fairmont West Vlrgli
I 111 I I I I only evening paper publish*
I 1? I I mont and has the special w
of the Publishers' Press A
^ ^ ^ now the United States Pre!
Jf\ I ILJIL lion, the largest and best ne
(1| lag association for erenlng
* the world, thus Insuring 1
reliable and fresh neve froi
n every Home.
I I VI V?y v enabled to furnish all the
county news to Its readers i
It transpires, baying as it t
competent news gathering f
porters and lire com
? ' throughout the oounty and
ly maintained Mannlngton
It Is the only paper In tl
of the State that'Is f orals
subscribers dally bjr carrle
per year, or 48.00 per yea
and Twlceo-Week for 41.00
It was the first Dally pap
mont to furnish to Its adre
trons sworn statements of
tlon and the first to furnish
era a colored comic supple
nrhAlr Tf la Ilia /ifllir dalltr
TTVWiM 111 tO Ul? UU|| UBti/
In West Virginia that has i
circulation In less than one
Remember, there is nc
made In the subscription p
paped whatever, and all
offered are absolutely fre,
better service for lee mone;
other paper offers In this
the ^tate.
all Communica
I Iml
a B I wt
IT mm.
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D i
in's Next Grea
rnaod drive this Pony Outiit
I Ring ? If so the opportunity
"? ' "* " ' ' '. .J: '
District Prizes
I /1 \f rhree of the value of $50.00 each, and
T if. li^v -hree of the value of 125.00 each. These
rings were purchased fromiocal Jewelers,
???* who will exhibit them and. guarantee their
value and the genuineness of the stones.
,nd Harness?and was especially
Mich., the largest importers and
itely FREE.
The Three Districts
In order to equalize competition and give more of the contestants
an opportunity to win prices the territory will be divided
into three districts, as follows:
All of Fairmont'and Fairmont Independent Districts.
All of Mannington, Lincoln and Pawpaw Districts.
All of Grant, Winfield, Union and Union Independent Districts.
ds? How Votes Are"
mont A owed
ian Votes will be allowed on all payments on subscriptions
to the Daily or Semi-Weekly Fairmont West Virginian
as follows:
nlan is the New. Old.
si in Fair- $1.00 payment on subscription ^00 votes 250 votes
sLci&uon $2-0? payment on subscription 1,200 votes 600 votes
is Associa- .^ 00 payment on subscription 2,000 votes 1.000 votes
ws gather payment on subscription 3,000 votes 1,500 votes
papers In
rjrS Subscription Rates
field It Is The subscription rates of the Fairmont West
local and Virginian areas follows:
on the day V nATT.V
ias a MaiL Carrier.
orce of re- Qne year $3.00 $400
espondenta Nine $2.25?$3.00
Its special- Six Months .... 1.50 2.00
news bu- Thi-M months 75?$1.00
to Mcto" TWICE-A-WEEK.
hed to its
ir at $1.00 (Monday and Thursday.)
r per yetr 0ne Year Off- mail only) $1.0Q
er In Fairirtlstng
Its read- r
meat each ri __
m Contest Ends
> advance .
T. ?Z Saturday, Aug. 31,
rrS At 6 O'Clock'p.m.
section of "
tions to
West Virginian
^ - IB
In addition to the prize I
and the"six district ; there I
county which will be a valuable I
gold watch, the parties to wear^B
the watches to be al by I
popular vote from the following I
classes of people. ?
To the most popnlar Postoffice, I
Telephone or City Employe, in- I
eluding Policemen and F
Aji b ' ^ I d , ill b B
ftf >nr *1^ \\" .. i 1
I Virginian virilTbe"* permitted" To I
I compete in the contest.
I In the event of a tie for any of I
the prizes the value of the samel
will be divided between the par- I
ties making the tie or a premium I
of equal value will be given to I
each, at the optjdn of the papetsafl
Candidates and others sending I
subscriptiona and. vote* .
plainly state whether or not tney I
W old or new subscribers. 11

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