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THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1890.
All 01 BOYS 111 (MS
WHO HAS MOST FRIENDS ?
-A. Question "Which THE XEOELJSJUD "Wants
Its 3R,eaclex's to Answer.
A Merry Contest in "Which the Winner Will Get a
EVERYBODY MUST BE INTERESTED.
THE SUNDAY HERALD wants to find out wJio is the most popular
Boy or Girl in Washington, and aslcs its thousands of Headers to help
settle the question by ballot. The Young Person obtaining the largest
number of suffrages of THE HERALD'S readers will be given
Consisting of an Elegant Pony Surry and a Beautiful Pair of Ponies,
with Silver-Mounted Harness, Robes, Whip, etc., all complete. This
turnout is as ilne as can be obtained or seen in Washington, and the
total cost of it is upwards of $750. The Surry can be seen at the ware
rooms of Andrew J. Joyce's Sons., who are he builders of this beautiful
vehicle, 1028 and 1030 Connecticut avenue.
Every Boy and Girl should try to win this beautiful prize. All you
have to do is to cut met the coupon published below and mail or send to
THE SUNDAY HERALD office, 409 Tenth street northwest.
Get all the SUNDAY HERALDS you can, cut out the coupon, and
fill in the name of your candidate. This contest, which began Sunday,
Sept. 2S, will close Saturday, Feb. 2S, 1S01, at k o'clocJc sharp.
The contestants for the in'ize musl not be over eighteen years of age,
and they must be residents of Washington. These are the only condi
tion. Noiv let the balloting begin for
THE MOST 3P03?TT:L..:E 330Y OR GOORXil
Hero is the Coupon on Which You Must Put Your Vote :
A MAGNIFICENT GIFT FOR THE MOST POPULAR
BOY OR GIRL IN WASHINGTON, D. C.
Name in full i
Cut this Coupon out and fill in your name or the name of your friend
and mail or send in to THE SUNDAY HERALD,
OFFICE 409 10TH STREET N. W.
Mr. H. King, Jr., of King's Palace,the wcll-Jcnown Ladies' Goods Empo
rium on 812-Sltk 7th street, announces that he will give the young lady
receiving the highest number of votes, whether she is the winner or not,
a handsome London-dyed
made to her order and measure. This coat will be of the valueof $50.
To the young lady receiving next to the highest number of votes
Mr. King will give a beautiful
PARISIAN PATTERN HAT
of the value of $25.
To the Boy or Girl receiving the second greatest number of votes
will be iwesented by MR. FRANK HOFFA an
Elegant Gold Watch and Chain,
IFIiich will beplaccil on exhibition at his stove, ttOD Seventh St. JV. TFV
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY I WILL SELL
$6 SHOES FOR $5.
J. H. MORAN, 434 Ninth Street N. W.