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THE WASHINGTON ERALD. THURSDAY, 'OCTOBER 3, 1912.
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Search the Columns of The Herald Daily for Advertisements Containing, the Ane:
" "We 'Give Votes in The Herald's $25,000 Contest" ' .
DON'T EOEGET THAI THE
Merchants
Give Votes in The Herald's
$25,000 Contest
PATRONIZE THESE STORES AND PRODUCTS.
Don't Forget to Ask for the Votes Due You.
It is advisable for contestants to always carry with them a list of the retail merchants and manufac
turers who give votes in the contest Additional copies of these lists may be obtained'from The Advocate
by calling at The Herald business office. These lists should be distributed among friends, with the request
lhat they patronize the establishments and products and save the votes.
AXTIQTm YTTTOsri'l'IIIIV?.
U. Benl & Boa. ni I St. N. W.
AUTOMOBILES AICD MOTORCYCLES.
Iwmao Motor Cm Co, 1SJ Coim. Art
EtttlMt, Snpjaj Co.. JTM Uth St. K. W.
1. S. Mmter Ga. 93 D St. N. W.
M; T. Pollock, ion Conn. Are.
Waatlnstoo Anto 8npr7 Co. 1X3 N. T. Are.
Wm, Motor Sales Co. 1603 Hta St. N. W.
Federal Uotor Co, lsa nth St. N. W.
AUTO REPAIRS.
Baorr Auto A Trues Cm. 1110-13 C St. K. VT.
Boothwortli Keiaer Co, rear ISO 1, St. N. W.
AUTO SUPPLIES.
I C. Herrtaan. Veroxmt An. and L St N. W.
Aoto EnAtngt SnjKxT CD.
P. K. B. Ca
AlrtM Tin Filler Gx, 38 Southern BattUnt.
Derii ChDda, IXt Eje St. N. W.
National Auto Snpplj Ca. 1530 11th BL
National Anto Top Co.. IIS UH 8L N. W.
vi"?1L1:,re&le SoXTlT Co, 1S30 N. T. At. N. W.
P. O. Plcllhx 1530 llth St. It W.
AUTO LAMPS AND RADIATORS RG
lloere Co.. S John llarshan Place.
rw. cR!PaTS' MATERIALS.
rTea A. Behaidi, nj-a uta St N. W.
UEDDIXO.
E. A. lirarer. SSJ O St N. W.
Orjlol Be&Uns Co, 1S3 Tth Bt N. W.
BICYCLES AND REPAIRS.
3 P. Mortia. UU H St N. E.
C1 8. Vermillion. HD7 lith St N. W.
P. at Corr. CIS th 8t N. W.
E. P. Baxletoo, O Mth St K. TV.
Georre W. Bean. 1005 9th 8t H. W.
T ., . BOOKS, AC.
" - Meefarrrn, Xooma J J. 9 Citirene" National
Bau Banding.
CHILDREN'S GOODS.
lie Ckfldren'a Shop (eOraa Sieer), C3 Bth Bt
CHIWAWARE.
F. B. Flnttrtint IBS Ith St N. W.
CIGAR DEALERS.
I A. Birch, na Pt. Are. N. W.
Plnha- Clttr Co.. 307 Ith St N. W.
J. 8. Jtmtt, 103 n St N. W.
A. llittfm. in D St N. W.
W. T Utjhnih. SB II St N. W.
H. T OffttrtlnstT. EM 9th Bt 1. W.
A. H. and J R n. ijm e. . m
A. H. & J. K. Botra. 11 N. T. An, U. W.
i- 6M1n- TO P.. Are. N. W.
WlBlxm H. TVinier. 90S 9th St N. W.
B. U. Wiljon. sa O St it W.
CLOTHING. '
Ttt Wonder Clotha Shop, 3 Pi. At. N. W.
COAL AND WOOD.
E. V. Rkt. Ill B St a E.
CONFECTIONERS AND BAKERS.
ijaoer Cindio u Tto Candj Box. 10.1 llth 8t
F. M. BockmEhun & Son, SSI P. Ara. 8. t
Chijik Brofc. 1U3 N Cin. Bt
Coklnci Brot, 123 H St N. E.
J. C EwtM. im n. Ato. n. E.
C. T. Rison, SOS Pi. A?t N. W.
Wood D.l Ciodj Ca. 3D0I llth St N. W.
Gaorco H. Amricn. 1009 N. T. Amu N. W.
COFFEES.
Wiihlnjton Dilrj Ca. 9M Li. Art (minnfictnren).
, DAIRIES.
J. W. Cattle. 1 O 8t N. E. (Anindll Dtiir).
H G Wltiina. S33 GwrjU Atl. (WhtU Ctottt
Dalij).
DEPARTMENT STORES.
xn Hlrbe7Kanman Co. 931 th St S. E.
pEblONING AND CUTTING SCHOOL.
U. lAcner. Kcnols Bide, llth and G Su. N. W.
DRUGGISTS.
tOul iminniCT. llth and N. T. Ate. N. W.
Charln F Berkelir. lit N. Car. Are. 8. K.
L. F. Bradler. Uth ind Pa. Are. S. E.
Jamei N. Checasan. corneT 10th and D Sta, IT W
C. Froton Collina, N. Y. and N. J. Area.
Oolmnbia Pharaacr, 1J1 H Bt. S. t
A N. Connrr, Ud Conn. Ate. N. W.
Charlci T Conrad. Jr, 115 N. Car. Arc It, E.
E. J. Edmnnda. C09 Pa. Are. X. W.
Lmrrald Draj Ca, Ith St & Maim. Ara. It W.
Bimncl Falk. Eth and K Eta. N. E.
John Frnr. 300 H St X. W.
L. H. ForatiT, llth and M Sta. N. W.
Crirr A- Grier. 9th and K Sta. Si. W.
Gml Broa., 1100 Tth St N. W.
Drnx Storr. llth St and Vt Arc, John O. Ealfr
Propr
Ctarlea Hawllnj. Va. Ate. and Ith Bt 8. E.
It Clifford Hints. 15U S. J. Are. N. W.
Htnrr E. King. Ga. Are. and Boet Creek Boad.
McCbtsier & Joachim, tth & F Sta. N. E. an4
Id A E Bts. N. E.
R T. Ollttr. Bohnead and Otia Sta. N. W.
Feoplee Pharmacr. 93 Ith St N. W.
E. L Itcbrr. N. Capitol 4 H Sta. N. W.
SchiCman i Goldanlth, 1150 Ith St It W.
J. French Slmreon, Ith St and B. L AT.Tt. W.
epracebank. H. E, 601 Eaat Capitol Bt
U. B Trwkabnrr. 3 llth St S. W.
Van Emon'a Drug Store. Uth and E. Can. Sta.
D. A. Yeatmin. Ith and H Sta. It E.
H. W. Emllh. Sd St and Pa. Ate. N. W.
Inline K. Martr. 5th St and Fla. Ate.,
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Ulu A. M. Kloct. S3 H St N. E.
Ura. 8. M. Carroll. 3301 Ga. Are. H. W.
a F. Dnrand. C3 North Capitol Bt
Bee Blr Store, 901 Ith Bt M. W.
Ura. J. A. Mondr. 3130 Ga. Ata. K. W.
J. Q. Pretnkert. 130J H 8t M. E.
a B. Wilcox. SU3 Uth St N. W.
Ura. K. E. Ftctn. U Ith Bt N. B.
ALWAYS INSIST ON PRODUCTS ADVERTISED IN CONTEST. ACCEPT
NO SUBSTITUTES.
BRING LABELS, TRADE MARKS, &C, OF ADVERTISED PRODUCTS TO HERALD OF
FICE AND RECEIVE IN RETURN VOTES AT RATE OF ONE FOR EACH CENT IN PUR
CHASE. DOES NOT MATTER WHERE PRODUCTS ARE PURCHASED.
These Are the
Th Lxlve Co. Corner 9th and K
Jlontrme&f al Brwlnr Co Perfect Drew Beer. Save
crown bottle caps marked with letter "W." Good for
10 votes each.
Anandale Dalrr-MIlk and Cream. Save milk and
cream bottle caps. Good for 10 votes each.
T. G. Prttebard Co, Baklnr Powder. Corn Starch,
and linking; Soda. Save labels. Redeemable, Sc size for
E votes. 10c size for 10 votes. 16c size for 15 votes, 30o
size for 30 votes.
Golden Co Elk Grove, Butter. Save complete
cartons. Good for 35 votes.
Waahlacrton Dalrr Co. W. D. Coffee. Save paper
batrs "Special Blend' 25c, good for 25 votes; "W. D.
Breakfast." 28c Brood for 28 votes.
Maryland Macaroni Co "Marco Brand Macaroni,
Vermicelli, SpaKhettl, Noodles. Save entire cartons. So
size. 5 votes: 10c size. 10 votes.
Fratena Co. Plymouth Rock Baklnc Powder. Save
labels. 5c size, 6 votes.
linker Co Sparkling: Gelatine. Save complete
cartons. 10c size good for 10 votes.
Frederick W. Llpps Co Socletr Brand Chocolates.
Save box tops. Good for one vote for each penny repre
sented In retail sale price.
Klocxewskt A CoU-Babek, for Chllla and Fever.
Save complete cartons. Good for 50 votes.
Waeatnarton Macaroni Co. MacaronL Save cartons.
Good for one vote for each penny In retail price.
g. c palmer Co Ctn-er Ale. Save crown tops.
Good for 10 votes.
H. C. Offterdlnirer Cl-ar, Save bands. Deerhead,
10c, good for 10 votes; After Dinner. 5c good for 5
votes.
Chanin Sack Co-Velvet Ice Cream. Save com- '
nlete carton. Good for. pint, 10 votes; 1 pint, 20
votes; 1 quart. 35 votes.
ADVEBIBEMEaTS OF HEBCEABTS
and Manufacturers WholHow to Meet
The following is a classified list of the Retail
DRY GOODS, CONFECTIONERY. AND
n ICE CREAM, ,
C B. Wllcor, 3113 Uth, Drj Uooda, ConlecOonerlea.
lea Cream.
DYEnS AND CLEANERS.
W. U. Flaher, 103 9th St N. W.
J. H. Foatar. llth and D Eta. N. W.
Edward JIDler. I N. I. Are.
ELECTRICIANS.
Gea W. rarezo. COS II 8t N. W.
, FLORISTS.
Code Broa, 181 F St X W
Z. D. Blackiatone, llth and H Sta. S. W.
FOOT TREATMENT.
WBhtlmlna Fooj Treatment. The. 13 10th St It W.
FURNITURE. DESKS. AC.
Uelton-Rhodea Ca. llth and R Sta. N W.
Jnliua Larabnrrh A Ca. 5H 9th St X. W.
X. W,
gas Firnmitt.
Waih. Gta Appliance Ca. 1321 Uth St N.- W.
a A. Unddinun. 13M G St and 611 Eth St a. W.
GROCERIES AND MARKETS.
WINES. AC.
JL Brill. 300 Flonda Ate
a D. Allrr. Ith and A Sta. 8. E.
M. Kimbrrlr. lOOS U St X. W
Joseph L Cailor. 103 6th St . E.
ueorte O. Altrmoa, S3 llth St .N. W, and H40
win ot . w.
N. Aoth Prorialon Co. n n fit a. v.
Domlnico Torre, 901 V 8t X. W.
J. U. Araadale. 1331 H St. X. EL
Thomia K. Beater, C3 m St X. W.
Btnmunn Behrmann. Tth and I 8ta. 8. W.
W. E. Bell. 131 F St X. W.
a. tarao, 3SH llth St X. W.
K. P. Chaconaa. Center Market.
B. W. Oaxton. 9104 La. Ate. X. W.
R. E. Clementa, Third and A 8ta. 8. E.
M. 8. Coon. Ith and ET Sta. X. W.
Ldw. F. Daria. Thirteenth and Park Road.
Jamea D. Donnelly, llth and I Sta. X. W.
Georje W. Drerr. 36 E St X. E.
Economj Urat Market. a Third St It W.
B. T. Garriaon, 19fl in St X. W.
Ura. Jennie Goldberr. SCI U St N. W.
Henrj L. Gater. 37 Ith St a W.
8jdnej Gnmnhrlm. 1633 llth 8t N. W.
H. Z. Hdlt. 300 E St X. E.
J. A. Kerf, sm New Ilampahlre Atenoa.
Uflton B. Kronheim. 3M M St X. W.
R. J. Laierrr. 1713 Cohimhla Rwt
WiUlam R. Leunhtch. 63 6th St 8. W.
ai. u. urectxoD. 9 Becond Bt X. E.
L. F. Umbj. tth and E. Capitnl Sta,
A. Loatlne. 63 Ith Bt 8. W.
F. B. UcGitern. 1 Qmncy Ptaca X. E.
Ura. P. Unrphr. 13th and O 81a X. W.
Offntt A Bmnmer. a) and O Sta. X. E.
W. E. Olinrtr. 311 U St X. W.
L Porton. 15th St and Uarrland Ate. X. E.
J T. D. PTLES" 19 STORES.
Bedman-e White Front Jnrtet. 91t ia. Ate, N. W.
Benahaw Broa, 13th ana U Sta. X. W.
WiUlam Boienbrrs. 300 G St X. W.
Ben Roaenfeld. M IS St 8. W.
X. Roeenblatt 1111 9th 8t X. W.
C V. Sparrow. 606 X. Capitol Bt
A. W. Tailor. 106 Eattrro Market
Vipont & rarent. 1031 llth 8t X. W.
Waahintton Dalrr Co, MO Lordaiana Ate. (mann-
factarer).
J. WCUam Weber. 1th and H Sta. X. E.
Mn. Mirr Wahl. Ull E St X. W.
Elpbonio yotmn Ca. C8 9th St X. W, and Sll
Uth St X. W.
J. S. Gurericn. 1501 8 St X. W.
Gea W. Fair. Jr.. Arcade Market
GUNS, AMMUNITION.
Goo. A. Emmona. 307 ra. Ate. 8. E.
HARDWARE AND PAITS.
De Milne 4 Ca. 3H3 U St X. W
O. E. Rodikin. 913 7th St K. W.
ludare Small. 113 Tth St X. W.
Krarmer & Dnehrint. lilt llth St X. W.
W. T. A F. B. Weater. 1308 Wiiconiin Ata. X. W.
F Stewart, lit and H Sta. X. W.
Emmona, Gea A, 307 Ta. Ate. 8. E.
JEWELERS, OPTIClAXS, AND CLOCK
REP4.IRER.
International Clock Repair Ca. 510 H St X. W.
dlflin Optical Co . S07 F ht X W.
L. Cohen Co . 613 Ith St X. W.
Cole & Swan. 191H4 llth bt X. W. ud Mil U
St X W.
Edwin H. Etx. IOCS O bt X. W
A. O llotterlj. 133 Tth St X. W.
Carl Peteraen. 93 O St N. W.
Chaa. Bchwarti, CI Ith 6t X. W.
Waahincton Clock. iWatcfa and Jrwelrr Bepilrlnc
Co, 127 H St N. E
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S TAI
, . LORS AND CLEANERS.
John 0- Kert. IS if ht X. n
LADIES' FURNISHINGS.
X Bermin. 615 9th St X. W.
A. L. Falk Ca, III P St X. W.
II. Sackermln A Son, Ell B St X. E.
Frank B. Bmlth. 1213 O St X. W.
rhl Surprise. 3 Ith St X W.
Roae Fur and Ufllinerr Ca. 1113 F 8t X. W.
LAUNDRIES.
Colombia Larmdrr Co . 63 G St X. W.
East End Larmdrr. 61 H St X. W.
Vale Lenndrr. 137 K. T. Ate X. W.
LUNCHROOM.
Terrr A Stewart. T05 U bt S. E. ,
Bex Orater Ilouie, Chaa. L. Callia, 7109 llth St
X. W.
Uatea'a Lunch Roam. 1335 X. T. Ate,
Sun'a Lunch Room, Samuel C. Long. Manaser, 36th
and Proarect Are.
MAGAZINE SUHSCRrPTifiN.
Jamea 8. Fraaer, Kenoia Buildinz. llth and G Eta,
Manufacturers and Their Products
Sts. N. W.
AND 1UNDFACTDXERS QIVINQVOTES IN THE COBTSST ABE SCaXTZlED THXOHGHOUT THE PAPER.
Merchants:
' ,. MANICURING. a
Sicitirr Beiutj Ca. 1006 F St X. W.
MASSAGE MACHINES. -
Queen lluun Mhrator Co, 6S 13th 8t N. E.
, . MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
A. J. Broom et Co, llth bt and X. T. Ara.
The Xewpott 1MI Ith St X. W.
M. Letitan, 30M llth St X. W.
r.enmin'i, 133 Pa. ai X. W.
Xeuman'a, 113 X. T. Ate, Enna Bldf.
a H. Beirenrteln. llth and X. T. Are. H. W.
B. Rich. U3 llth St X. W.
Gea Etnun Ca. 63 Pa. Are. X. W. "
. MODISTE.
Mme. Leon. 513 Uth 8t X. W.
MOVING. PACKING. AND STORAGE.
v-w.. uiM.fi u, u ra. Ate. n. vt.
t J-v, r, MARKETS.
J. Noble floorer (Arcade Uarket).
PAPERHANGERS AND WALL PAPER
, , , DEALER.
A. J. Grlmeii. 603 I'. An s r
John R. Mahoner. 336 re. Ate 8. E.
"m. j. noun, Ith St" and Pi. Are. 8. E.
M. E. Vernon A Ca, 3121 Ga. Ate. X. W.
Pennlniton A Tajlor. 513 H St X. E.
PATTERNS AND MODEL MAKING.
D. P. McCauler. 161 Maine Ate. 8. W.
. .. . PHOTOGRAPHERS.
John Ioard, 123 Pa. Ate. X. W.
J. R. Brooka. 9C7 Pa. Are, S. W.
Georre E Flcklin. 159 Pa, Ate. K. W.
Hirreir'a Studio. CI Ith St
. . PIANO".
rercj 8. Foater PUno Ca. in O Bt N. W.
Joe, Hell Chan Piano Co. UT G Bt. X. W.
Aumat Terneak, 131 5th Bt X. W.
Eclipse Eu Ca. 309JU 10th St 8. W.
SEWING MACHINES.
H. D. Llxkln. 3d and H Bta. X. W.
IHOEI.
Colonial Sample Shoe Ca, Waibinftoa Loan and
Trust BoIMlnr, 9th and F.
Arthur Burt A Ca. llth end F Sta. X. W.
Home Shoe Co, 3309 Oa. Are. X. W.
Sol Louis. 901 Ith St X. W.
SHOE REPAIRERS.
L. Gibennan A Bona. 3131 llth St N. W.
Tonj GulSre. 901 Pa. Ate. X. W.
Home Shoe Repairing Co. H9 tth St N. W.
National Shoe MiauiacturiDX and Repair Compear,
S3 llth St X. W.
SPORTING GOODS.
Xatlonal Scortinc Cooda Co.. la 9th Bt X. VY.
Emmona, Gea A , SOT Pa. Ate. S. E.
' STATIONERY AND PERIODICALS.
rxiw. j. rjTiu, sue iiu &t . n.
Wm. Gimeon. ll llth St X W.
Jaa, S. Fraaer, 316 Kenona Bldtv
STOVES.
W. L. Jecka A Bona. 73 tth St X. W.
SHIRTMAKERS.
P. T. Hall. Inc.. 130 F St. X. n.
TAILORS.
n Wriabers. 1524 North Capitol St
S Bod. 3XH Uth St N. .
U Ackencan. 107 8th St S. E.
International Tallorlnf Co, 1355 H St X. E.
Wm. Berenter. 137 Ith St 8. W. .
A, a BobTl. 501 Uth Bt X W.
A. H. Cooper. 935 llth St X. W.
L. Dirowitx, 1C3 F St X. W.
M Goldlteln. 333 H St X. E.
GresotT A. Hinton, SS Ga. At. X. Vt.
B llanton, uuati. v.
B Hutt 1BI 18th Bt X. W.
8. LebowiU. 313 llth 8t X. W.
McGrew Ca. ZUJ ri. Ate. X W.
Max Needln. IT Ith St X. W.
Schwartz A Friedman. H7 Tth 8t 8. W.
H. F Silrennan Ca. 7C2 SI St X. W.
Gea D Sinclair. 615 Pa. Ate. X. W.
W. A. Sladen, 119 E. Cap. St
Merer Welner. 3833 Ga. Ate X. W.
Joe. A. WUner A Co, ill O St N. W.
B. L. Genhanlck, 615 F St X. W.
The Capital Taflora. 301 13th St X. W.
Bernard's, 1134 Ith St X. W.
TAILORS' TRIMMINGS.
Lwaahtnfton Button Ca, 123 X. T. Are. X. W.
U. Sworxm c cone, sukhi u bt . w.
THEATERS.
Alhambri Theater. (19 7th bt N. W.
Cbelaea Theater, M St, between llth and Kb Sta
N. W.
Rraata TheaitT. 33 Pa. Ate. 8. E.
Uoore'a Amusement Ca. 139 9th 8t X. W.
Uenland Theater. n at . near u BU It VT.
The Zenith Theater, III tth 8t S. E.
A. J. Brrlawik! (Cadno Theater).
TRUNKS. LEATHER GOODS.
AND HARNESS.
J. P. Gennuiller. HI La. At. N. W.
June Y. Topnam. iz it at n. w.
IIPHOI.5TEHEHS.
O. 8. Cpbolsterint. 613 F St N. W.
Rellabl npbolaterinz. Ith and E Sta. K. W, Com-
mm BuUdlnl.
The Mutual Cpholaterinc Ca. 6 Uth St X. W.
fl c. BouthcomD. hi u it a. w.
Jamea Troaker, 1151 P 8t X. W.
E. O. Bouthconb. on u Bt . w.
VIOLIN HOSPITAL.
W. Scott Herman, tth and A SU. X. L.
Charles Klnrr St Son, Inc Senator Floor. Save
bags and barrel tops. Good for votes at rate of 1 for
every penny In retail price
K. S. Leadbeater Co. FlavorlnK festraets. Save
complete cartons. Ec size. 5 votes; 10c size, 10 votes;
15c size, 15 votes; 25c size, 25 votes.
White Clover Dairy Milk and Cream. Save bottle
caps. Good for 10 votes.
Schmlta Chemical Co Hair Tonic Save cartons.
Good for 25 votes.
Emerald Drncr Co IUienmatlira Remedy. Save car
tons. Good for one vote for every penny.
Pnlmo Medical Co. Polmo Elixir. Save labels.
Good for 1 vote for each penny In retail trade.
Raaaelllne Mfc. Co Rnsselllne Cleanser. Save box
tops. Good for 10 votes.
Peerlcaa Drna; Co. X-II-ro Headache and Stcfmaeh
Remedy. Save bottles and wrappers. Good for 10 votes.
Pint bottles nood for 100 votes.
National Remedy Co. Dart's Headache Remedy.
Save cartons. Good for 25 votes.
Vod-Dale Candy Co Candles. Save box tops.
10c size. 10 votes; H-lb box. 25 votes; 1-lb. box. 60
votes.
Demon Exterminator Co Demon Exterminator.
Save labels. Good for 1 vote for each penny In retail
price. '
Lemon Seldllta Cev (prepared) Lemon Seldllta. Ec
size, save packages; 6 votes; 10c size, savevbox top. 10
votes; 25c size, save box tops, 25 votes.
Ewald'a Bakery white Satin Bread. Save labels.
Good for 5 votes.
Carter's Laboratory Co Hair Tonics and Cos
metics. Save labels. Good for one vote for every penny
In retail price. - v '
Uydro-Bleae Chemical Co Xuatarated Campho
llne. Save complete cartons. Redeemable at Herald
office for 25 votes. T
Rammel Mfar. Co. TJaUveratty Club Glaser Ala.
Save crown tops. Good for 10 votes.
In The Herald Competition
e
Victory Will Depend
ency, and Determination.
Read The Herald and get acquainted with contest advertisers and
advertisements Patronize retail merchants and manufactured products
advertised in competition Never neglect an opportunity to secure votes
Work along scientific lines Victory will be attained not by chance.
but by diligence.
The exciting; race over tne long six
months course In The Washington Her
ald's 325.000 contest is well under way.
The contestants are using all of their
airy Is keen on all sides. A PJ "
32S.OOO Is a magrUneent one, and those
who have entered the race are striving
hard to be among- the victorious next
v.hm.H. .. .Sia winners 'Will XV
njtfVA fhl. ,( Aivsiet.
Now that th m on and the con
testants are speedlnr toward the HUnt
coal, the question arises of which will
win. That Is a stupendous question, and
the answer cannot be forecasted at this
early stage of the same. But certain
fundamental points can be laid down,
and the contestants who follow these
suesestlons closely 111 be among the
victorious when the race Is over and
tre course Is run.
Success will not come by chance or
by trickery. To succeed is a science.
The contestant who would be successful
must plan and work and make sacrifices.
No good thing comet without sacrifice.
Men who have succeeded have paid the
price. So la it in this great race. Those
who would win must pay the price. Is
the reward worthy of the effort? Every
contestant has already answered this
question. It most certainly la
The price which must be paid for suc
cess Is industrlousness, persistency, and
determination. They sound like small
things, but they are the great forces
which make all success In this world. The
contestant who really wants to win and
is willing to pay the price will have no
trouble In being among the victorious.
Flrat he must become enthusiastic over
the proposition. He must become ab
sorbed in the competition. He must be
come determined to win. and must back
up the determination by honest effort.
He must plan extensively for the cam
paign. He must devise methods of ob
taining votes. He must become acquaint
ed with the contest advertisers and their
advertisements. In other words, he must
be Indurtrlous. He must visit his friends
and people whom he would like to be his
friends. He must give them llstu of the
advertising merchants and manufactur
ers and request that they patronize the
establishments -Mid products and save the
votes for him. He must make all of
his purchases at stores which give votes
in the contest, and must buy only those
manufactured products good for votes at
The Herald office.
Then this contestant ho would like to
ucceed must be persistent. He must not
let his Interest wane. His enthusiasm
must Increase every day. He must talk
ccntest to his relatives and his friends.
He must think of otes before breakfast,
during the day. and after supper. He
must plug away persistently toward the
bright goal In the distance.
And the person who follows this for
mula will certainly be a winner. Here Is
the programme in brief:
Be determined, be Industrious, be per
sistent, become acquainted with the ad
ertlsers and their adertlements; pat
ronize these merchants and manufactur
ers exclusively; distribute advertising lists
among your friends, with the request
mat tney patronize the merchants and
RULES THAT GOVERN
THE HERALD CONTEST
SEE THAT YOU
Every contestant should be familiarly
acquainted with the rules and conditions
governing the contest. They should be
strictly adhered to. Read them carefully
and observe them In letter and spirit.
They are as follows:
L Any reader of The Herald may nom
inate himself or another person by filling
out the nomination blank and sending It
to The Advocate; or. If he has not the
nomination blank at hand, by forwarding
the name, address, and telephone num
ber. If any, of the person placed In
nomination. Upon acceptance, proper
notification will be made, and 1.000 votes
will be credited to the contestant as a
starter.
3. Merchants and manufacturers co
operating In tho contest, employes of the
firms, members of their families, and
employes of The Washington Herald and
members of their families are barred
from competing.
1 In case of tie votes, the article in
volved will be sold and tne proceeds
equally divided among the contestants
tying.
I. Contestants are requested to send
their votes to The Advocate as often as
possible. Persons may cast votes for any
of the contestants, but those one sent
With Success
Upon Industry, Persist-
products and save tho votes for you.
Work early and late.
Every reader of The Washington Her
sld has an equal opportunity to secure
some article among the 359 which are to
be distributed to the victorious contest
ants at the end cf the six months' strug
gle for supremacy.
Whether young or old. boy or girl, sin
gle or married, you can enter this unpre
cedented contest with as bright a chance
for victory as the thousands of other
readers or the paper.
Diligence Is the keynote to success. Tou
are required to spend no money, to beg
no money, and to solicit nothing. Tou
are simply required to keep wide awake
to the opportunities which present them
selves. The same opportunities will come
to you (as to your neighbor. It Is tho
reader who grasps these that will stand
victorious at the end of the competition.
AH questions concerning the contest
should be addressed to The Advocate, at
The Herald. Information will be given
gladly. The telephone number la Main
3300.
These hints at tbe"road to success have
been given that the contest may be an
earnest one. Every reader of The Herald
Is here told how he may secure a 35,000.
home or one of four fl.SO automobiles, nr
a piano, or a player piano, or one of the
several hundred other articles which The
Herald Is to award. It Is the opportunity
of your life. Fill out a nomination blank
without delay and enter the contest this
very day. Remember, that upon the re
ception of the nomination blank 1.000 votes
111 be given to your credit.
btart your personal campaign to-day.
A single day's delay may hamper your
prospects.
It Is never too late to enter the contest.
A person may send In his nomination on
the last day of the contest If he chooses,
but that would be the most foolish thing
to do. The earlier a person enters the bet
ter show he will have to win one of the
350 awards.
By all means enter at once. The delay
of a single week or day may remit In de
feat nt the end of the competition. All
that Is necessary to do to enter the com
petition Is to cut out one of the nomina
tion blanks printed dally In The Herald.
All It In. and forward to The Advocate.
Upon the acceptance of the nomination
the nominee will be credited with 1.000
votes. A person may nominate himself
or have some one else do It for him. It
It Is inconvenient to send In one of the
regulation nomination blanks, then for
ward the name, address, and telephone
number. If any, of the nominee, the num
ber of the voting district, and the name
of the nominator. Nominations should be
addressed to The Advocate, The Wash
ington Herald. Washington. I). C
Only one nomlnauon will be accepted
for each nominee. Persons In sending
In nominations should be careful that the
number of the voting district Is given cor
rectly. Entering the contest places the
competitor under no obligations. It does
not require the expenditure of money, or
the possi ssion or unusual guts.
If you have not already entered the
contest cut the blank out at once, fill It
In. and send It to The Advocate.
OBSERVE THEM.
In ennnot be transferred to the credit of
another person.
5. Votes can be obtained only by pat
ronizing the Arms and products adver
tised In connection with the contest.
6. The Wsshlngton Herald reserves the
right to Introduce w advertisers at any
time during the contest. Contestants
should watch the paper every day for
these changes. The advertisement of any
retail merchant or manufactured product
may be withdrawn at any time by The
Washington Herald for good reason. In
such event votes will not be counted for
the firm after the date that the adver
tisement Is dropped
7. Contestants may compete only for
the articles to be awarded in their re
spective districts.
ft Candidates are not restricted to
their districts, however, in the matter of
securing votes. Votes may be procured
In any section of the city and cast for
any contestant, regardless of districts
9. The contest is now on and continues
unUl 12 o'clock (midnight), February 23
191J.
10. The relative standing of contest
ants, as well as any changes In the rules
governing the contest, will appear In
The Washington Herald from time to
time.
World'sr Best Bottled Beer
DfFSit
I W- SAVE
1 - THE CAPS
w With the Utter "W"
(Mr Ctp with Letter "W" R!eeaabe.
Redeemable for 10 Votes Each
in The Watoiactoa Herald $25,000 Contest.
No other beer caps or labels redeemable.
For sale at all first-class Cafes, Hotels, and Bars.
Private trade served at $1.75 case 50c rebate on bottles.
START NOW
Saving These
Labels.
Also Those
PRITCH
ARD'S Baking Soda.
Indian
Corn Starch.
Labels Redeemable art Herald Office.
Se alee, s votes.
10c else, 10 vote.
lSe alae, IS votes,
aoc else. SO votes.
IK BEBALD CONTEST,
7 Do You Use
Elk Grove
BUTTER?
It is the butter that pleases
particular people.
Ask Tonr Grocer for It.
60LIEN ft CO., MM;
UNIVERSITY
CLUB
GINGER ALE
mand it for purity and
taste.
I Bottle Capa arood for 10 votes.
INSIST ON
Palmer's
Ginger Ale
For Sale Everywhere.
Save the Crown Tops.
GOOD FOR ONK VOTE FOR EACH
rE?rvr ix sale price.
knr
Irm
Ull
IrsmsKH-
IT1U
OH CHITS
nonius
CONTAINS NO QUININE.
Special Blend Coffee, 25c lb. J'
Bjj Good for 25 Votes. ylVVVVVV
W. D. Breakfast toffee, 28c lb. ZSflmtfyy
Big Good for 21 Voles. y2wsffis99S
The Coffees Par ifmlZ
Excellence. yyJmvfly cfai Butierine,
av hn Bw 25c, the highest
Bags and jB5lx anufac-
Votes. BnJSyy Washington
jfiiyyQmMC Dairy Company,
AtmZAsY 940 LOUISIANA AVENUE.
jyOyQjIf&TYy Phono Main 5906.
OVyyyyfflffyy ner Soods l All Parts of City.
fSS We dve Herald 923J00 contest votes.
SAVE THESE BANDS
Everybody
ody knows tbese clears
the quality Is kept up to
ce. we defy competition
years, ana tni
for the price.
DEER HEAD, 10 CENTS
eaesfaBtfefHI
EXTRA HTLD.
Highest standard
Deer Head bands
AFTER DINNER, 5 CENTS
IHB
EXTRA MILD. EXTRA COOD.
Highest standard for twenty-two years.
After Dinner bands count- FIVE VOTES.
MADE IN
OFFTERDINGER'S QUALITY SHOP,
508 NINTH STREET
Totes also given on all pnrehauaes la above store.
Monumental
Brewing Co.
WaMagtoa Brtadc
7th&R.,I.Ave.N.E.
J.WM.CASTLE
-5. '
These caps redeemable for 1
votes each In The Herald 15J.00J
contest.
-THIS MGrT SSEAJCS PTJR1TT."
Box tops redeemable for one vote
for erch penny of retail sale price.
The
Big
5c
Can
Excellent quality.
Isabels redeem
able at Herald of
fice for S votea In
f33,000 contest.
WHEN YOU BUY
WhiteHouse Brand
Macaroni
or Spaghetti
In Packages at Your Store
Yon Get a Home Product
Made in Washington.
We ttvo Herald tXfiOO contest vote.
have steadily grown in popularity for
the highest standard possible to produoe
to produce better cigars for the money.
EXTRA FIXE.
for twelve 'years.
count TEX VOTES.
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