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Page Four THE MONROE MONITOR m Monroe, Washington Friday, October 28, 1927 J i E U  THE MONRO Profit-Sharing S Officially ()pens Monday, October 3'1- t i f . ** I* ** Bales of business and votes are to be had in this section. The people will be glad to such Enter the race at the beginning and be a winner. It will be a pleasant race. Every section has a pride and interest in its people. They will be glad to sup- port a candidate and put them to the front. A little time and effort will do the trick. Don't hesitate. Procrastination is the thief of time. A short cam- paign with big inducements. --THIRD CAPITAL PRIZE-- RADIOLA 25 and CONE SPEAKER The Radiola 25 is a second-harmonic, six tubh Super-Heterodyne. Inside loop equipped with batteries and ready to tune in and get the best programs no matter in what part of the country. The instrument is handsomely fin- ished and will be an addition to any home. The machine complete, installed in the home of the winner has a value of $1 75.00. Purchased of and on display at Thedinga Hardware Co. "Everything h Hardware.".. Monroe, Washington. ADDRESS ALL CAMPAIGN LETTERS TO THE CAMPAIGN MANAGER MONROE MONITOR, Monroe, Washington The Territory Candidates may get their subscriptions and busi- ness anywhere they can. Votes issued on all sub- scriptions. FOURTH PRIZE Fourth Capital prize, $100.00 Diamond Ring, of latest mounting, purchased of O. E. Williams, jewe- ler, Monroe, Washington. FIRST CA New Po i !..- !i'ii: ::"l'" ii :"::: '::i:?:i::... '-:"" ::::-'.,. ..:::; Representing he most amazing development 1 Pontiac Six now provides enhanced elements ot binations of color in Duco finish add to the style industry as General Motors latest achievement, Purchased of and on display at the DOLLOFF $850 IN CASH ml One-Fifth of all the business any candidate does is sure to come back to them, either in prize or commission, or both ONE-FIFTH SURE BET (ESTIMATED) A special fund of $600.00 in cash has been set aside t tributed, in the form of salaries, among non-prlze wlnz 20 per cent basis. Any candidate who remains active out the campaign--making regular reports accordifig to but who fails to win one of the prizes offeredwill p. in the commission feature. This arrangement assures e, testant something for the effort put forth. AN UNUSUAL FEATURE In order that absolute fairness and impartiality may be observed and to offset any opinions that may be formed as to dealings with the candidates, this drive will be ended under the supervision of an ad- visory board of Valley business men, who will also act as judges, and whose honesty and integrity will be beyond reproach. They will see that the campaign is closed as per the rules and will have entire charge of the closing, checking and awarding of the prizes... This takes it out of the hands of the newspaper entirely, except the help it can give during the campaign, The last week's business and money will be deposited in a locked ballot box, which will be in the hands of a local bank. No money or subscriptions will be aelt cepted at the office of the Monroe Monitor during the last week. # THE CAMPAIGN DEPARTMENT OPEN Campaign Opens Monday, Gctober