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Special Prizes

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Parent Issue
Day
8
Month
September
Year
1899
Copyright
Public Domain
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OF THE Washtenaw Connty Fair FOR SCHOOL DAY. 1 For lady teacher in country district school receiving the highest number oí votes. Price of note, one cent the highest number of votes. Prlce 'of vote, one cent Prize - $2 package of perfume, by Schumacher & Miller, druggists. 2 For lady teacher in city or village schools receiving the highest number of votes. Price of vote, one cent each. Prize - $2 package of perfume, by Schumacher & Miller, druggists. 3 For lady teacher receiving the highest number of votes. Prize- Set of Books, value $3, by Martin Schaller. (The ballot boxes for voting will be stationed at Schumacher & Miller's drug store, 219 South Main street, until the time of the Fair, when they will be removed to the Fair Grounds. The proceeds of the voting contest will go towards buying books for the librarles in the school district in which the winner teaches. Result of voting announced from time to time.) 4 For the best dressed doll, dressed by school child, dolls to be at least five inches long. Prize - Five poung box of candy, by E. V. Hangsterfer. 5 For the most comical dressed doll, dressed by school child, dolls to be at least five inches long. Prize - Five poung box of candy, by E. V. Hangsterfer. (To every child that competes for the doll prizes a ' one pound box of candy will be given; provided, that if more than 700 children compete the donor reserves the right to give one-half pound of candy to each.) Donated by E. V. Hangsterfer. 6 For the best drawing of an oak and maple leaf on cardboard 6x8 in., by school girl in country district school. Prize- $1 bottle of perfume, by Schumacher & Mil. Ier, druggists. 7 For the best map of Washtenaw County made by school child under the eighth grade, map to be on cardboard 6x8 in. Prize- Illustrated Book, value $1.50, by Martin Schallen 8 For the best colored drawing of an apple and pear on one cardboard, 6x8 in., by .school girl under 14 years of age in country school district. Prize- Dress pattern, value $2, by Schairer & Millen. S For the best colored drawing of an apple and pear on one cardboard 6x8 in., by school girl under 14 years ♦ of age in city or village school. Prize - Half dozen embroidered handkerchiefs, by B. St. James 10 For the best map of the State of Michigan, made on cardboard 6x8 in., by school child under 14 years of age in country school district. Prize- One dozen Photos, value $3.50, by Fred Rentschler. 11 For the best map of the State of Michigan, made on cardboard 6x8 in., by school child under 14 years of age in city or village school. Prize- Umbrella, value $2, by E. F. Mills & Co. 12 For best penmanship, by girl under 10 years of age, in city or village school. Subject not to contain over flfty words on a piece of paper 6x8 in. Prize- Choice of books, to the value of $2, Emanuel Spring. 13 For best map of the State of Michigan, showing the three great lakes, on cardboard 6x8 in., by school child under 12 years of age in country district school. Prize - A handsome oak rocker, value $5, by Martin Haller. 14 For the best drawing of a horse, on cardboard 6xS in., by school child under 12 years of age in city or village school. Prize - Pair of shoes, value $2.50, by Wahr & Miller. 15 For the best drawing of a cow, on cardboard 6x8 in., by school child under 12 years of age in city or village school. Prize- Book or cash SI, by J. Goetz & Son. 16 For the best map of the United States, on cardboard 6x8 in., by school child not over 14 years of age. Prize- Toilet or fancy goods, value $5, by H. J. Brown. 17 For the best drawing of not over three garden tools on one cardboard 6x8 in., by -child not over 12 years of age in country district school. Prize- Set of knives and nut picks, value $2.50, by J. F. Staebler & Co. 18 For best drawing of oak and maple leaf, on cardboard 6x8 in., by school girl in city or village school. Prize- Set of fruit knives, value $2.25, by Sehleicher & Co. 19 For the best drawing of an oak or maple leaf, on cardboard 6x8 in., by school boy under 12 years of age in city or village school. Prize- Child's suit, value $5, by Lindensehmitt & Apfel. 20 For the best written alphabet, by girl under eight years of age in country district school, writing to be on a piece of paper, 6x8 in. Prize- Cash $1, by M. J. Fritz. 21 For the best written alphabet, by girl under eight years of age in city or yülage school, writing to be on a piece of paper 6x8 in. Prize- Cash $1, by Chas. Hiscock. 22 For the best drawing of a cow, on cardboard 6x8 in., by school child under 12 years of age in country district school. Prize- Pair of Shoes. value $2.50, by Wm. Reinhardt. 23 For the best drawing of not over three garden tools on one cardboard 6x8 in., by child not over 12 years of age in city or village school. Prize- Choice of books, value $2, by P. J. Lehman. 24 For the best written alphabet by boy under eight years of age in country district school,' writing: to be on a piece of paper, 6x8 in. Prize- Pair of shoes. value $2.50, by W. J. Aprill. 25 For the best colored drawing of an apple and pear on one cardboard 6x8 in., by school boy under 12 years of age in city or village school. Prize- Boy's suit, value $5, by Cutting, Reyer & Co. 26 For the best drawing of a cow, on cardboard 6x8 in., by school boy under 14 years of age in city school. Prize- Cyclometer, value $2, by Schumacher Hardware Co. 27 For the best colored drawing of an apple and pear, on cardboard 6x8 in., by school boy under 12 years of age in country district school. Prize- Choice of book, value $1, by H. W. Newkirk. 28 For the best penmanship of our business card, written by school child under 12 years of age on cardboard 6x8 in. Firm, dealers in furniture, carpets and dra. peries, 117-119 West Liberty street. Prize- A $3 rocking chair, by Henne & Stanger.