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THli WASHINGTON HERALD, VTHJJRSDAY, OCTOBER .3. 1912.
1 25 r
Save the Flour Sacks with the Above
The Herald clvea e Tote for each penxcr represented In tbeirctall aala
price ob receipt of aacka or barrel topa ahoirlng trade mark.
sold by; all good grocers.
. -. Healthy
xni .' Milk.
Thes cans rnrfAeiKAhlA at The Her
ald office for 19 voles In the J25.O00
A cold that , isn't
cured leads to some
thing more serious.
line will cure it in
a night. Easy to
apply; quick to act.
Won't blister. 25c
a ;ar. At Drug
We clve Herald TZS.OOO contest votea.
These latela are redeemable at Tha Berald
eSc for Totes in The Herald 5,000 ContaaL
Sc tux. ( Totea; 10c size. 10 TOtca; 15e alaa, li
votea: 3c alie, SSvotea,
Leadbeater's Flarorlse Eitractt. Unexcelled
In rlchneas and delicacy of flavor. If your dealer
cannot eupplr. pleaae let na know and jooi or
tera vtU ba filled.
II BteiUMniiMO l
8m tha Labels-Good for S
A Babfitituts Tor Xatart'i
Uilr Color FUmeat.
A rtficrd fdratlfie remedy
for cry. bleached, 4nd fided
ij-iox uomixwna u a
fcir or Klip, race, SUB.
Orxnpnanded fe? Sctunlti
Chemical Labomorfe, Chi
aga, U. 8. A.
LXATC, BAKER CO-lftC
By Using EMERALD
A tablet easy to take that cleanses
the system of all Impurities.
Emerald Drug Co?,
4th Street and Mass. Avenue.
THE DIRT RUSTLER
Sve Box Top. Redeemable at Her
ald Office for 10 to tea 1m
25 for 25c
The Candy Coated Tablets which
are pleasing to take for tha
For sale at nil drug stores.
SAVE THE CARTONS
Redeemable for 25 votes.
The NEXT Time
YOI REQBIRE A
TRY A BOX OF
5c, 10c, and 25c
The Good Tasting
FOR SALE BY ALL
Redeemable at Herald Office.
Sire Re parka cr, jtood for 5 to tea.
Save 10c box topa, a;ood for 10 otea.
bae 25c box topa, cootf for 25 votea.
For the Lungs
Strongly Indorsed for
CONSUMPTION. COUGHS. COLDS,
catarrh, cnoup, BRON
CHITIS, ASTHMA, and
Other Lunar and Throat AxTecttona.
THE PULMO MEDICAL COMPANY
Warder Building. 3th and F.
SAVE THE LBELS Good for
-totea In 925,000 contest
Death to Vermin and Bugs.
FOR SALE AT DRUGGISTS.
Save the Labels.
On rote In f2500 contest for every I
penny In retail price.
Bottles and wrappers redeemable for
10 votes In The Herald's SZS.OOO con
test. Pint bottle. Si doses, J1.00.
Good for 100 Totes.
SAVE THE BOX TOPS
NOTED FOR PURITY and FRESHNESS
Box Top Good for 50 Votes.
Hall Pound Box Top Good for 25 Votei.
Famous' Chocolate Mints 10c a Box.
Box Top Good lor 10 Votei.
2006 Fourteenth Street N. W.
Phone for a Box North 3681.
Search the Columns of The Herald Daily for Advertisements Containing the Line:
1 "We Give Votes in The Herald's $25,000 Contest"
DOFT.FOEGETiTHAT THE ADVERTISEMENTS OF MERCHANTS AND MANtJFACTUBEBS GIVING VOTES IN THE CONTEST ARE SCATTERED THROUGHOUT THE PAPER.
Make Every Cent You Spend
Count ior Votes.
' GIVE LISTS Td YOUR FRIENDS.
"' - ' j
M Ask for your votes on retail purchases, and in buying any prod-
"uct of a kind advertised in connection with this contest, insist on
the brand on which labels, wrappers, cartons, Csc, are redeemable
at The Herald office for votes.
I Am Still in Your Midst. The $25,000 is Yours. .
350 matchless awards, valued at an aggregate of $25,000, will be given the winners
of the competition. '
AmAnn rriA iirirlc it ill Ysf
A $5,000 house and lot in one of Washington's residential sections.
Four large touring cars of the latest design, valued at $1,250 each.
.Four aaby urana nanos, vaiuea at iau eacn.
Four player pianos, valued at $625 each. t
Four upright pianos, valued at $400 each. '
And 333 other articles, a complete list of which will soon be published in The Her
ald. Watch for it
Patronize retail merchants
advertised in the
HOW TO SECURE
It Is Simple.
There are two ways to get votes. One
deals with the patronage of the retail
merchants, and the other with the pur
chase of tha manufactured products. By
purchasing advertised products at adver
tised establlihments It Is possible to get
votes twice ror the same purchase.
THE FIRST METIIODl VOTES
GIVEN BY ItETAII. MERCHANTS AD
VERTISED IS CONTEST TO PATRONS
UPON n.EQUEST AT THE RATE OP
ONE FOR EACH 5 CENTS IN PUR
CHASE. A list of the retail merchants, adver
tising in connection with the competition,
will be found In each Issue or 'ine Her
ald, in the advertisement .of eacn of
these merchants win M round a line,
reading, "We give votes In The Wash
ington Herald s 3.tMj contest."
The Hat of these merchants should be
kept close at hand, so that they may
Unnecessary Purchases Not Required.
Purchase of manufactured
products advertised in con
nection with contest.
No Money Demanded.
EACH 'VOTING DISTRICT
WILL HAVE A SEPARATE
GROUP OF LIKE AWARDS
Contest Will Be Virtually Four
The city has been divided Into four
voting districts, and each win have Its
own set of awards. This Is for the pur
pose of equalizing toe distribution of
awards among the people of the different
sections of. the city.
The four set of awards will be Iden
tlcal, and will be given to the contest'
ants In the various districts procuring
the greatest number of votes. This
makes the contest practically four sepa
rate competitions. In addition to these
awards there will be a grand award of a
X3.000 house and lot to tne contestant
with the greatest number of votes In the
enure District of Columbia, irrespective
of voung districts.
The district divisions have reference
merely to the awards and In no wise re
late to the methods of obtaining votes.
Contestants may procure votes In any
part of the city, lrrespecuve of whether
the merchants which they patronize are
In their voting districts or not.
THE FOM,OWINJ ARE THE CON
TEST DISTRICTS I
DISTRICT No. 1 comprlsea the en
tire territory west of lOgnteenth Street.
be patronized whet It la necessary to
make a purchase, '.'he list Is a complete
one, and there is tardly a conceivable
article which cannot be purchased at one
of the establishments
The Herald should be read carefully
every day. The advertisements are scat
tered through the papet. It Is a bad plan
merely to watch the classified lists of
advertisers. By reading eaeh of the ad
vertisement closely and thoughtfully, the
contestant will get an accurate know
Iedee of what the var'ous merchants
have to sell, and when It is necessary to
purchase any of these articles, he will
know exactly where to go, and not only
get what he wants, but procure the votes
It Is advisable for contestants to secure
copies of the list of advertising mer
chants and manufacturers from the Ad
vocate and distribute them among their
This Includes the houses along the west
side of the street.
DISTRICT No. 2 Is bounded by and
Includes the east side of Elgnteentn
Street, the District line on the north, tne
north side of U Street, the west side
of North Capitol street, north to Michi
gan Avenue; the north side of Michigan
Avenue to Harewood Koad, tne west side
of Harewood Itoad. north to Third Street
Northwest, and the west side or that
DISTRICT No. 3 comprises the territory
directly south of District No. r, and Is
bounded by and Includes the east side
of Eighteenth btreet. south or U Street:
the south side of U Street, the west aide
or North Capitol Street, south of U
Street, and the west side of South Capi
tol Street, down the river.
DISTRICT No. 4 comprises the entire
territory east of and Including the east
side of North Capitol and Bouth Capitol
Streets, the east side of Harewood Koad,
and the east side of Third Street North
east, from the Intersection of Harewood
Road northward. This district embraces
Erookland and Handle Highlands.
The object of the contest Is to stimu
late businesa and to direct the purchas
ing public to those concerns where they
can get the best returns for their money.
The effect of the eompeUtion will be to
Increase newspaper adverUsIng, to make
the public acquainted with the leading
retail merchants and manufacturers op
erating in the city, and to educate the
public to patronize these enterprising es
tablishments. The Herald recommends
friends, with the request that they pat
ronize the establishments and products
and save the votes for them. By follow
ing out this plan, tne contestant will not
ba reaulred to soend a cent to obtain
votes. It Is no trouble to the friends.
In asking a person to assist him in tne
competition, a contestant Is doing a
valuable service to that person. For by
patronizing these merchants and manu
facturers, the public will be sure to get
the best quality at the most reasonable
THE SECOND METHODl VOTES
GIVEN BY THE ADVOCATE AT
IIERIL.D nUSIXES". OFFICE FOR
LABELS, WR P P E R S. TRADE
MARKS. BOTTLE CAPS AND Cn
TONS OF M IMJFACTUnEJf PROD
UCTS ADVERTISED IN CONTEST AT
RATE OF ONE FOR EICH CENT IN
every establishment snd product which
will be advertised in connection with the
No skill Is required in the contest. No
special qualifications are necessary to en
ter. If you have enough spirit to desire
any of the SO articles which are to be
awarded, you have the making of a win
ner In jou. It is astonishing what a
person can really do when he sets his
mind upon accomplishing a certain end.
Tou are not asked to spend a cent In
the contest. You are not asktd to solicit
a single thing. All that Is required of
you Is to read The Herald carefully every
day, patronize the special merchants and
manufacturers who advertise to give
otes in this contest, and obtain tbo co
operation of your friends In jour per
sonal campaign. Does that require any
special gift from the gods?
You cannot afford to delay In the mat
ter. ' The contest Is now started. Start
early on your quest for votes. Send In
your nomination blank at once, so that
you may be registered aa a contestant
and you may receive 1.000 votes aa a
Always patronize merchants whose ad
vertisements appear in connecUon with
the contest- It Is only by a strict ad
herence to this principle that you will
come to success. "Whoever ou are you
have Just as cood a charce now for one
of the 3M articles as jour neighbor. It
is altogether a question of who takes
the greatest interest In the contest. Tha
man who sets in his mind upon wlnnlrg
a certain article and backs up his deflre
by honest effort should be among the
victorious at the end of the six mouths'
The advertisements of all manufac
tLred products, in particular, should he
read carefully. In each la a sentence
tailing exacUy what must be exchanged
to secure votes. It may be a label, or a
wrapper, or trade-mark, or a bottle
cap. or a carton so In order to avoid
mistake, it is advisable to pay especial
attention to this class of advertisements.
These advertised products should al
ways bC purchased In preference to
others. Contestants should ask their
friends to buy these products and to
save the required medium of exchange
fci them. Labels, trade-marks. &c
from products adertised In th contest
will bci a-cepted regardlesa of whether
the purchase was made at a merchant
advertising in the competition or not.
It is advisable, however, for contest
ants to purchase the products at the es
tablishments of merchants In the con
test, for In this way it Is possible to n
cer votes twice. To Illustrate, a coi
tesunt purchases a S3c box of HofTi
Lem.m Seidlitz Powders at the Idei
Pharmacy. Both the manufacturer ai
tbj druggist are advertisers in the con
test. The patron, upon request, receives
five votes from the pharmacit for patj
ronlzlng the establishment-one for each
5 cents in purchase Tie contestant
then takes the box ton to The Advocate
tt The Herald business oOce and re- .
ceivts tnrnty-ne votes for patronixinf
tLe manufacturer one for each cent la
The Advocate Is ready to exchange
otes for labels and wrappers and other
trade-marks at any time His offlc U
open day and night.
THE FOUR CONTEST DISTRICTS.
yt-N. X X ftk -tfw Jrj. fy 1 v
Each Contestant Is Enti
tled to One Nomination
Blank, Good for 1.000.
Fill' Out and
Mail to The
It Costs Nothing to Vote,
and. You Are Under No
Obligations in Entering
the Contest '
THE WASHINGTON HERALD:
Dear Sir Please enter below as a candidate in The Wash
ington Herald $25,000 Voting Contest.
Name Dist. No.....
Address Tel. No:
j Nominated by
TTnom imniuw of thla nomination, the xtom
wlk 1.000 votes In the conteat aa "a tarter." Only
cepted for eaeh nominee. j (
nee win be rredlteV
ly one nonatnattoa ao- 3