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Word Building Contest

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Parent Issue
Day
31
Month
May
Year
1895
Copyright
Public Domain
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Q PRIZE6. i I GRAND PRIZE-FINEST CHICKER1N8 PIANO.... $750.00 2d Sidebar buggy 150.00 3d Prize- Pneumatic Tire Bicycle 85.00 4th Prize- A Diamond Ring 75.00 5th Prize- A Moline Farm Wagon 60.00 5 PRIZES -TOTAL VALUE ."$Ü20l0 The above prizes are offered to those wtio construct or form the lar-gest number of words out of the letters found la the prize word R-E-P-U:T:A-T-I-O-N UNDKH THESE RULKB: lPirst The flrst prize will be won by the Pifth - Each contestant must become a Uurgest list, the second prize by the next subscriber to the Omaha Weekly Worldl&rgest list and so on to the fifth. Herald for one year, and must send hl Second- The list of words must be writdollar to pay fcxr his subscriptlon wlth hl ten in ink plalnly, must be alphabetio"st of words. ally arranged, numbered, signed by Ihe Sixth- Bvery contestant whose Hst concontestant and sent in before May 2U, tains as many as thirty words, whether h when the contest closes. wins a prize or not, wWl receive a portThird - Words used must be English folio containing handsome photo enpraved and must be found In the dlctionary. copies of sixteen famous paintlagrs - sia If two words are spelled alike only one of each picture 10x12 taches, with hiscan be used. Abbreviations, obsolete tory of the painting. words and names of persons or places are Seventh- In case two or more prize winbarred. Lists purposely stuffed not conning lists contain the same number of Bidered. words the one that Í3 first recelved wlll Fourth - The same letter must not be be given preference. ■osed twice in one word, except the letter Eighth- Prizes wlll be awarded anfl T, which may be used twice ín any woid, shipped to winners within ten days aXtep aa it appears twice in the prize word. the oontest closes. The Omaha Weekly Heraid is the great free silver coinage family paper of the nortbwest lts editor is Hon. W. J. Bryan- the champion of silver, tvho has jnst retired from congress. It is published in two parts, one of eight pages on Tuesday, and the other of four pages on Priday of each week, henee it is almost as goed as a daily for news. lts agricultural page, edited by G W. Hervey, its literary department, its house hold articles and its short stories make it a welcome visitor iu ny household. Subscription price $1 00 per year Addrss WORLD-HERALD, Omaha, Neb

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