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Magnificent Prizes are Sought by Numbers of Eager Candidates Popular and Energetic Young Women Enter Chronicle-News Campaign- People Everywhere are Talking About This Big Offer. THE COUNTRY CANDIDATES ARE MAKING BIG GAINS All Contestants Have an Equal Opportunity. Candidates May Secure Votes and Subscrip tions Anywhere. No Restrictions Placed Upon Them. New Nominations Still Being Made. Each and every day shows more lu ll rest In the Great Popularity Cam paign Just Blurted by The Cbronlcle- Newu. In view of the fact that many do not seem to understand, we will explain that the nomination blank counts but one* for a candidate. That Is. the first nomination blank received for a candidate counts her 2000 votes, but tne and only one of these blanks will be counted for each candidate. All that is necessary Is to plsro the candidate's name, ad dress and district number on the blank and send to this office. Candidates should not overlook the fact that a coupon *«*ml for ten votes appears In each Issue of the paper, and as ir.nny of these as can be secured may be voted for a can didate. This coupon Is small, but when several of your friends are saving them for you, each day. they soon count up into big figures. These coupons must be voted before the expiration date printed thereon. Securing Subscriptions. Candidates In any certain district are not restricted from securing sub scriptions In any place they wish For instance, a candidate in District 1 may secure votes and subscriptions In any other district, or anywhere she chooses. The wide world Is your field. Subscriptions will be accepted from any part of the United States, Canada or anywhere. Hon n of Counting Votes. Votes received up o'clock noon each day are counted and published in tho paper of the following day. Votes received after this hour do not appear until tne second day fol lowing their receipt. The popular free voting contest now being conducted by The Chron icle-News Is the greatest proposition of its kind the people of Southern Colorado and Northern New Mexico have ever seen, and we reserve the right to offer more prizes In the various districts, if we see fit. It Is not alone in tho scope of territory it covers that makes this contest in teresting. but the magnificence of the ptizes offered. IJy means of vUcs cast by patrons of this paper before January IS, thousands of dollars* worth of valu able prizes will be awarded. These prizes Include a five-passenger 19111 model completely equipped * FORD” touring cnr. which is on display ev ery day on the street* of Trinidad: elegant upright s.l2** Kohler & Campbell pianos: handsome SIOO diamond rings: Ladles* guaranteed gold watches and complete business courses in the Trinidad and Dreltor Business Colleges, while other prizes will, in all probability, be added from time to time, making this the great est prize-offering ever seen in the state Then, too. candidates who re main active during the contest but not winning any other prizes, will be given a commission. All tho prizes offered will be awarded to the young women desig nated by tile free votes of tho sub scribers of this paper. By free votes we mean that every subscription pay ment made, either by old or new Coupon Not Good after Doc. 14tl). Coupon The Chronicle-News Trinidad, Colorado GRIND lIBIMIOI CAMPAIGN This Coupon Will Count for 10 Votes For A dfl ress Town District No Good for 10 votes when filled out and sent to The Chronicle-News of fi-** by mall or otherwise, on or before expiration dute. No ballot will be filtered In any way pr'transfcn ed after being received by. th© Contest Man ager. Unless ballot Is carefully trimmed around outside lines it will not be counted. subscribers} or subscribers in arrears entitles them to votes. The fact that no additional ex pense is attache 1 to tile votes makes it a pleasure for any enterprising candidate to go among her friends und secure their votes and ituhscrip tlons. There is no reason for hesi tancy in asking the supi>ort of people known to candidates, under the fa vorahlo conditions . governing the contest, and the prizes will be award ed the young women having the larg est number of free votes at the close of the contest. Huitle it the Word. Some of the taudidates have al ready mapped out their campaigns and are writing letters to their friend* and acuaintances and visit ing them iu iHMsoii to secure their support. The progressive ones are or ganizing their friends, who are us ing their influence to secure votes for tiie candidates selected in the differ ent communities. The sooner an ac tive campaign is begun the greater tile opiHirtunity to win a handsome and there Is not a single prize* in the attractive list that is not worthy the utmost endeavor. letters galore are being received bv the Contest Manager from young women and their friends who are asking for information and desire to assist their favorite candidates in the most effective way. If there Is anything that >ou wish to know concerning the contest, write to this department and your questions will be promptly answered and things made clear to you. In a contest such as The Chronicle- News is conducting, enthusiasm, en ergy and determination are the points that help popularity and prove prominent facors in the suc cess of a candidate. The time for action is at hand and the opportunity to win a magnificent prize. How Veto* May Be Secured- Votes for payments on subscrip tions may be secured by making pay ments to any candidate, at the office of this paper, or to any authorised representative of The Chronicle- News. If you desire to subscribe or imy on your subscription, you ran send a remittance direct to the Con test Manager and lie will cast the votes for tho candidate of your choice, or we will send them to her. as desired. If there is no candidate at present in the list for whom you desire to vote, you ran nominate a candidate when sending in your re mittance. The Business Courses. The business scholarship feature of tho contest appeals jiarticularly to the young women in each and ev ery community who dcairo to qual ify themselves with a business edu cation and make themselves Inde pendent. Dozens of young women have entered the campaign for the express purpose of winning one of these scholarships. The Trinidad Business College and Drehcr’s Business College, in which institutions these scholarships are offered, occupy enviable positions for the thoroughness of Instruction WEDNESDAY given students. Many bu»(:i"ss men throughout this part of the country, who have had experience with their studeiKs, are enthusiastlc iu praise of the work done by their gradu ates. who. before being given u diplo ma. are thoroughly able to do the work for which they apply. These scholarships will be given as fourth prizes in each district and are worth real effort, and in every city and town there are people who consider it u pleasure to assist a young woman in such n laudable am bition ns the securing of n business education. Whit Candidate* Should Do. As soon as the >oung woman as pirant makes her candidacy known to her friends and acquaintances, they will begin to save for her the ten-vote coupons which appear in each issue, and send in their sub scriptions or give them to her to ob tain the votes. A new subscriber for one year earns 20.000 votes, while a new subscriber for alx mouths earns 8,000 votes. One-half the above number are allowed on old subscriptions, and a candidate wbo puts forth n llttl* sincere effort can place herself in a vety advantageous position right nos-. Make up your mind today that you are going to be one of the fortunate ones ntid strive to attain that end. You ran do It If you will but try. Do not wait until the last moment, but start right away. If your name is already entered in the Hat and you have not done much, BEGIN NOW. You will never regret the time and effoit spent in winning one of these splendid awards. At present the candidates are Just beginning to get started, and feeling the pulses of their friends to find out what support they can expect. Votes are being brought In and sent in daily for various candidates, and In large numbers, and many more will be added to these as candidates show that they are tn earnest In their desire to win. Division of Territory. District No. 1 consists of the clty | of Trinidad from the center of Com mercial street and Arizona avenue, west. District No. 2 consists of the City of Trinidad from the center of Com mercial street and Arizona avenue east. District No. 3 consists of Huerfano county and all towna in L*« Animas county north of the Ban Animas riv er, but not Including towns or terri tory bordering on the rlvar. District No. 4 consists of Las Ani mas county of Colorado south of the I«as Animas river, including all towns bordering on the river, either north or south, and Union and Colfax counties of New Mexico. Contest Office Honrs. The Contest Office la open all day up to 8 o'clock in the evening, for tho benefit of those who cannot visit us during the regular busineaa hours. Do not forget this, and if you can not visit us during' the day, make your visits In tho evening, but It i« Important to keep in as close touch as possible with this department. In order that nothing that will advance your campaign may be overlooked. 4 DIfITRICTLNO. 1 J ConiUti of the City of Trim- ♦ <l.ll, from the eenter of Com- - mereiel itreet and Ariiona * Avenne, weet. * ♦ Ixniise Fisher, 512 Nevada • 14400 ♦ Mattie Zuech, Willow St. ♦ 2190 4 Mildred Tolzlcn. 1005 Nevada 4 9230 4 Susie Childs. 440 W. Baca 4 2640 4 Virginia Easton. 317 VV. Topeka 4 9730 4 Katherine Goodrich, 406 Park 4 9900 4 Jennie Fisher, 512 Nevada 4 24 20 4 Effie Roper, 323 S. Com. 4 17000 4 Zeta Reeves. 205 Frost 4 7930 4 Kate Jacobs, 724 Grant Ave. 4 2000 4 ns OBBOaiOLB-ÜBWa tuhiuad, oolobaoo. ► Eva Richardson. 501 Convent ► * 8640 ► Maying Browning. 356 College ► 14730 * Esther White, Prospect St. ► JOOO ► Dot Sanders, 211 Colorado • 10860 ► Mra. M. F. Atwood. » 1021 Ban Juan St. » 23610 Ada FVjwlei. 723 Grant - *7350 • Elsa Richter. 727 Pine ffcsno • Nellie Sullivan, 400 University • 22 ICO • Mrs. E. P. Kane. 425 State St. ► 2220 Bee Pel let t. Topeka Avenue > 4180 Edith Hoder, tos Anderson - 13900 Rafaeltta Bens, 521 State 24730 Rose Wolcott. 658 Pine 2000 Zclla Irwin. 711 Pine 10100 > Maud Rosebiugb. 735 Park 7970 Grace Green. 211 Nevada T>«»* Clara Marty. Baca street r&050 Minnie Butler. 503 Pine 19360 Gratlce Johnson. 618 Willow 30440 Edith Cart*?; 121 Johnson 11710 • Mra. R. Mayfield. 461 Park 4030 > Blanche Dutton, 311 W. Top. 19040 Verllo Gatlin, 428 First Bt. 21910 > Nina Anderson. Tlllotson St. 2420 • Edna Bcobei\ 919 W. Kansas 31*00 • Augusta Moser, 1239 lllvd. . 29990 Irene Hughes, 34 5 W Baca 32400 Goldie Jett. 413 Nevada 21490 Julia Pellar, 602 Prospect 8740 Leah DeWltt, 329 Short 28060 Auna Malouff,* 502 W. Main 31250 Anna Rattl, 515 Nevada 12300 Mrs. Bonnie D. Horton. 706 Atchison Street. 7460 Alice Bray, 427 Nevada . 10550 • Laura Herring, 316 8. Animas 5680 • Helen Walker. San Jaun. Baca 10020 • Maud Ring. 1027 State Street 20300 • Marjorie Holdewoftb. 611 Wlllos 14690 DISTRICT NO. S Consists of the City of Trini dad, from the center of Com mercial Street and Ariiona Avenue, east. Teresa Resell, 214 God'dard —227*0 Been Daugherty, Walnut St. lB2o— o Smith, 616 Arizona -25810- Myrtle Martin, 214 8. Oak 18640 Luple Bent, 602 First Bt. l9oB— o Butz, Johnson 5690- Mis. Jos. Thompson. 419 Maple 9260 Bessie Archer, Chestnut St. —B6oo— Young, 412 Maple 14530 Mrs. John Drury, 511 Maple 19430 Mrs. Chas. Bailey. 600 Maple —2160 Mrs. O L. Davis. Jr., 1623 San Pedro 20130 Mrs. B. Floyd. 131 E. First —24520 Loy Clarke, 800 Arizona —30700 DEORM9RR4, 1012. Mildred Thompson, l'l2 Arlz. —16560 Mabel Data more, 1025 San Pedro 19590 Veda Harris, 819 San Pedro —23000 Dcaale Rupp, ill E. Topeka -20700- Ruth Perkins, 315 E. Topeka —Booo— Glahn, 616 E. Second —14360 Bessie Caskey, 424 E. 7Ui —I9OOO - Rogers, 4204 N. Con. -7340- Anna Hern, San Pedro St. —2320 Elisabeth Rankin. 1214 Roaict —28660 Mrs. CbonltA Flores. 323 Johmiuu -22960- Pearl Ashley, 1314 Linden lBo9o— Kate Sherman, 318 V. 7th —3600—. Miss Dennison, 406 Spruce —14900 Wllmer Chanter, 413 E. 7th 13700 Edna Hatton, Chestnut St. -2000- Ruth Harris, 7th A Baltimore —19700 Hope Barnes, 926 Spruce *—15960 Mary McCoy. 7th and Oak —lßo4o Caskey, 424 E. 7th —2460 Julia Henson. 620 E. First —2590 Kress McPhall, 201 Frost —32710 Thelma Coppers. 308 Johnson —10560 Ada Smith, Eniclevllle Hill —2390 PHTIICT H 0» 4 Consists of Ui Awlwm Coun ty of Colorado ooatb of tkc Lu Animu Hirer, including oil town* aad territory bor dorderiag oa the rim, and Union nad Colfax Conntitn, of Sew Mexico. Nora Hensley, Folsom. N. M. 12000 Hae Coe. Terclo 21960 May Filer. R. F D. No. 1 21400 Beulah Barnes. P. O. Box 169 30710 Ethel Prosser. P. O. Bos 422 33140 Dora Fouret. Ftarfcvlllc 31850 Marie Merhllnir, Writen 15300 Kathryn Hollenbeck, Trlarhcra 17030 Mrs. Robt. Powell. Folsom. N. M. 23170 Rafaellts Gsrcia. Sopris 10380 Anna Meek. Starkville 10640 Maud* Werdeman, Jansen 223 C Elsie Spahr. Cokedalc 20260 Marlon Tlttrell, Raton, N. M. 20620 Grace Hendricks. Cokedale 5750 Fern Ferguson. Jansen, 24860 Mrs. Beva D'Ambrosio, Sopris 22490 Mrs. G. J. Church, Trlnchcra 15420 I.aura Crow, Folsom, N. M. 14200 Mrs. Walter Sherman, Raton 22580 Lizzie Hamilton. Starkville 2360 Miss McKeal, Hoehne 17620 Elizabeth Davies. Sopris 15900 May Wilson, Starkville 2000 Mattie Richardson, Cokedale 5000 Clara De Armond. Cokedale 12420 Fay Tenych. Jansen 3680 Florence Morgan. Folsom, N. M. 4920 Lucile White. Folsom, N. M. 95(J0 DISTRICT WO. 3 Coniiitz of Huerfano County end nil Towns in Los Animas Counfcr, north of the Lu Ani mus nvtr, but not • including towns or territory bordering on the river. Ruby Floyd, Thatcher 26480 Anna O'Neil, Rouse 14230 Emma Capps, La Veta 15500 Margaret Allen, Aguilar 2620 Vera Li using, Rugby 19990 Mary Maftinollch, Oakvlew 31040 Kate Drlscol. Pryor 18420 NOMINATION BLANK COOP FOB 2,000 VOTES I uomlnate Mrs. or Miss Address Downtown address. If any Occupation District No (See District Divisions. f Nominated by Address Only the first ncnilnatiou ballot received for each candidate will count for 2,000 votes. Fill out all the lines of this ballot very carefully and mall AT ONCE to the Contest Manager, The Chronicle-News, Trini dad, Colorado. The management reserves the right to reject auy objectionable nomi nations. Fill out this blank, write plainly, aud sent it to Contest Manager with your name or the name and address of your favorite candidate. The names of persons making nominations will not be divulged, if so requested. MAKE YOUR NOMINATION TODAY Get Busy gad Win oue of these Handsome ttwaids. Only u limited number of nominations will be ucoeptcd. Be sure your name is on this list.! «««••••••ooooooo^oeoooooooooo* VOTING POWER OF SUBSCRIPTION PAYMENTS DAILY CHRONICLE-NEWS Amount Votes Givcii Price. New. Old. One Months 3 50 500 Two Month, 1 00 '•“ 00 •"* Three Month, >•“# 3 -°°° '••■ 00 HI, Month, . 3 •»» *.«»» i- 0 "" Tw.lv, Month, '. -voo So.one 10.000 Two Y,«r* 10 00 5-.®®® WEEKLY CHRONICLE-NEWS Amount Votes Given Price. New. Old. Twelve Months 3 I°° , * 6o ° Two Years 5-00 4.000 2.000 Changing from the Weekly to the Daily Chronicle-News will be con sidered a NEW subscriber. Subscriptions may be sent by mall, paid at the Chronlele-Newa office or paid to the candidate In person. Candidates are furnished with receipt books, and mill Issue receipts when accepting payment for subscriptions. Geneva Hnodgrass, Dclagua 29300 Blanche l*mfug. Walicnburg 26730 Llzzio I.ody. Rugby 44 40 Dora Moss, Aguilar 4000 Annie Rogers, Ruuse, 19830 Lcla McFarland. La Vcta 20000 Maggie Ray. Aguilar 2460 Pauline Mauot, Rugby 6820 Hazel Mauiden, La Veta 10360 Lucy Boggio. Aguilar 23700 Lila Longhead, eta 4680 Marie Kaleenr. Aguilar 2600 Jean Caddell. Aguilar 9410 Marsoleto Feurial, Sharpsdale. 7690 Mary Stack, Malachite 10340 Julia Toller. Tolterburg 24200 Mary Ryan, Ludlow 23410 Isabelle O'Neill. Tabasco 2460 Goldie Miller, Berwlnd 2680 Laveta Springer, .Malachite 2300 Margaret Woodward. Ludlow 15410 Lois King. Tollerburg 2590 Jennie Wyias, Berwlnd 2140 Kato Biekerlon, Tabasco 7400 Jessie Woods, Ludlow 12590 Pearl Waters. Tollerburg 2000 Nellfe Thomas, Berwlnd 2340 Hazel Mauk, Bowen 12260 May Thompson, Forbes 5260 Etta Bryden, Delagua 8320 Lillian D. Baker. Delagua 8510 Anna Shnugnesny, Hastings 10010 When you have n bilious attack give Chamberlain's Tablets a trial. They ore CNCQIeM. For sale by all dealers. Jew "THE GIBL OF THE U. 8. A.” At The Wett Setnrdey Sec. 7. WOMAN SEAS; SUICIDE PACT IS CHARGED Minneapolis. Minn.. Dec. 2. —James Ericson, aged 53, of Annandale, Miun Is dead and Mrs. Julia Rya Is In a ' critical condition at n local hospital as the result of what police say was an agreement to commit suicide by poisoning in a local hotel. Mrs. Ryan was revived by a mechanical contriv ance but the physicians say sho can not recover. FELT BAD ALL JE TIME Shtflhan Lady Suffered a Great Deal, But Is All Right Now. Shtllhora, Ala.—ln a letter from this plaoe, Mrs. Carrie May says: “A abort time ago, I commenced to bate weak spells and headaches. X felt bad all the time, and soon grow io bad I couldn't stay np. I thought 1 would die. At last my husband got me a bottle of Cardul, and It helped me; so he got aoma more. After I had taken tha second bottle, I was entirely well. I with every lady, suffering from .womanly trouble, would try Cardul. It Is tha best medicine I know of. It did me more good than anything I ever used.” Cardul la a woman’s tonic—a strengthening mcdic'.no for women, made from Ingredients that act spe cifically on the womanly qggans, and thus help to build up tho womanly con stitution to glowing good health. As a remedy for woman's ills, it has g successful record«of aver 50 year*. Your druggist sella It. Flea,, try It. N. &•-“ WWfc £•«* Ladles' Advisory Dept., Chutu wr Wmmo, not Is plain wrapper, op request.