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J Boys, Girls and 1 I Capital Prize t j I FINE BLOODED I WAGON & % I HARNESS V J This pony iB thorotighly city broke. ' H P afraid of nothing, and will be safe in the ' a hands of children. The harness is made to fordtr ?nd to fit the pony. The pony wagon m is a strong substantial one with rnbber jftwBgft I tires and built from selected material for I The above picture shows the complf nnntocf frnm fVlA 1 ^pUl LlldOCU 1U1 tilio uvuwvwi) ft* V*M ?MW ? breeders of Shetland Ponies in the vt Conditions of the Contest Jpllll V .The conditions of the contest are that the pony outfit,'consisting of a thoroughly city broke, blooded Shetland Pony, with set of hand made harness to fit and good substantial rubber tired pony wagon ;, will be given to the boy or girl or lady who is a resident of Marion iveounty and who receives the largest number of vo.tes cast in the i"$ontest regardless of district limitations. And to each of the three I candidates standing highest in each of the three districts after the pony outfit is awarded will be given a $50.00 diamond ring. And to each of the three candidates standing second highest in each of tli'e three districts will be given a $25.00 diamond ring. ImFAIRMNTWFSTl | iniiuuvM' ( "NOTHING f/SUCCEEDS , | ^ -UKE J ^ CIRCULATION' I Contest Depart! L **#-?* 1/lHorinla L WV V9I V ii giiiin j| Do you want to owi qOiC 1 or wear a Diamond is open to you now. Mi m^fl ? ?, ite Pony Outfit?the Pony, Wagon ai Michigan Buggy Co., of Kalamazoo, ] rorld, and will be given away absolut A CoupoiTiiTEach Paper In addition to the votes allowed on payments on subscriptions , there will be printed in each issue of the West Virginian a cou- , pon which, when properly filled out and brought or sent to this office will be good for 25 votes during Jhe first week of the contest and good for five votes each day thereafter during the life of the contest, but each coupon will be good only for one week after it is issued and must be voted on or be/ore the date of expiration printed on the coupon. ' A Few Word About the Fairn finnmilRI -West Virgin* I I I 11 IU I J ^ I V The Fairmont West Vlrglnl I J I I I fal I only evening paper published | l\n II -*" I mont and has the special wlr ot the Publishers' Press As: ^ now the United States Press I *1 llP |C tlon, the largest and best new I riUri lng association for evening i J the world, thus Insuring Its II _ reliable and fresh news from in every home, county news to Its readers or It transpires, having as It ha competent news gathering foi porters and live corree throughout the county and It ly maintained Mannlngton i reau. It is the only paper In thl of the State that Is fttrnlshi subscribers dally by carrier k- ' per year, or |3.00 per year and Twlce-a-Week for $1.00 It was the first Dally papei mont to furnish to Its adveti t , trons sworn statements ot It tlon and the first to furnish tc era a colored comic supplen week. It Is the only dally n In West Virginia that has dt circulation In less than one j -* Remember, there is no made in the subscription prl paped whatever, and all tl offered are absolutely fre, at hoftor onrvfoa t/if lno nu\nas WV??V? I 1V.V tut ICO UIUUC/ other paper offers In this e the State. . . i -^AMaiMSaBKMird ? all Goiirirtlftsnieat ? - '^2 T j\ DIAMOND S s RI IN o;s <j m's Next Grea a and drive this Pony Outfit I Ring? If so the opportunity District Prizes SIX >* DIAMOND || RINGS l /| \if Three of the value of $50.00 eich, and three of the value of $25.00 each. These rings were purchased from local Jewelere, in who will exhibit them and guarantee]thelr value and the genuineness of the stones. id Harness?and was especially Mich., the largest importers and ely FREE. [* The Three Districts In order to equalise competition and jive more of the contestants an opportunity to win prizes the territory will be divided into three districts, as follows: mST DISTRICT. ? All of Fairmont and Fairmont Independent Districts. SECOND DISTRICT. *A11 of Mannington; Lincoln and Pawpaw Districts. THIRD DISTRICT. All of Grant, Winfield, Union and Union Independent Districts. ls How Votes Are aont Allowed ? in Votes will he allowed on all payments on subscrip-l tions to the Daily or Semi-Weekly Fairmont West Vir * ginian as follows: tC an is the New. Old. e'send'^ ^ payment on subscription 500 votes 250 votes LciaUcm payment on subscription 1,200 votes 600 votes ABeocia- Payment on subscription 2,000 votes 1.000 votes s gather- payment on subscription 3,000 votes l',500 votes >apers In 'JSE Subscription Rates aeld it ls The subscription rates of the Fairmont West ocal and Virginian areas follows: i th? Hav ??a*wwv. JJiUJjX. . . a most . Mifl. Gamer. ce of re- One Tear ^25-$3 00 pondenta Nine months *- ^g'oo 9 special- g;x Months qa news bu- Three months t section ^" TWICE-A-WEEK. s4atW(4'^ (Monday and Thursday.) by maU, 0q4 Year (by mail only) per year : in FairUsing pa 3 clrcula> Its readtent each mm ^ M Contest Ends Saturday, Aug. 31, rS At 6 O'Clock'p.nii Ectlon of Ions to A f--. iv./a,"; * *'" 0 ; EST rvTm 1 I each, at the option of the piper. | plainljMjtate whether or not they- I are old or new subscriber*.