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Another grand distribution of thousands of free votes.
oost your standing in the contest! Send in your friends.
Here's how to get these free votes:
Each contestant who visits Contest Headquarters and registers with The Advocate to-day or to-morrow
will be credited with 100 free votes.
Each supporter of any contestant who registers with The Advocate on these days will be allowed to cast
50 free votes for his favorite. The more people contestants bring or send in, the more free votes they get.
SEE THAT YOU GET YOUR SHARE.
Everybody's Interested in the Display of
Awards and Merchandise.
Washington has never seen a more interesting exhibit. The products on display
nd for sale cover practically every need. The value and beauty of awards are excit-
bg favorable comment on every hand. The $25,000 Contest is so unusual so big and
ko interesting that it's no wonder it has become the talk of the city.
Contestants are on the jump planning, working the contest gets keener every day.
Manufacturers and retailers co-operating in the contest report an ever-increasing de
mand for votes all over the city.
Good Music To-day and
The special features of the opening days are to be repeated to-day and to-morrow.
Special demonstrations of advertised products, freshly trimmed booths, free sam
ples of many products and, above all, FREE VOTES for contestants and their sup
porters. These are going to be glorious days for contestants. We've made preparations to
welcome even bigger crowds than attended the opening. A large and capable corps of
floor managers, salespeople, and demonstrators will be at the service of visitors.
RULES OF THE
Erery contestant should be familiarly
acquainted with the rules and condition!
TOTernlna: the contest. They should be
Strictly adhered to Read them carefully
and observe them In Utter and spirit.
They are aa follows:
L Any reader of The Herald may nom
inate himself or another person by fllllns
.out the nomination blank and sending It
to The Advocate: or. If he has not the
nomination blank at hand, by forwardlne
th name, address, and telephone num
ber. If any. of the person placed In
nomination. Upon acceptance, proper
otfficatlon will be made, and LOOS vot.
Trill be credited to the contestant aa a
, 2. Merchants and manufacturers co
operating; In the contest, employes of the
firms, members of their families, and
employes of The Washington Herald and
members of their families are barred
1 In case of tie votes, the article in
volved will bo so'd and the proceeds
equally divided anions' the contestants
i. Contestants are requested to send
their votes to The Advocate aa often as
possible Persons may cast votes for any
f the contestants, but those once sent
In cannot be transferred to the credit of
5. Votes can be obtained only by pat
ronizing the firms and products adver
tised In connection with the contest.
6. The 'Washington Herald reserves th
right to Introduce "ew advertisers at any
time during the contest. Contestants
should watch the paper every day for
these chances. 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 article to be awarded In their re
8. 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
until 12 o'clock (midnight). February Zt
10 The relative standing of contest
ants, as well as any changes tn the rules
governing the contest, will appear In
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THE WASHINGTON HERALD:
Dear Sir Please enter below as a candidate in The Wash
fagton Herald $25,000 Voting Contest
Name ...... Dist. No.,
Address ...-..- Tel. No..,
TJpea eceytaaee af thla aosslBatloe. the aomtaee will he credited
wtth 1,000 votes la the eeatest aa a "starter.'' Only oae aomteatloa ac
cepted for each nosslae.
Gut out this blank and mail to The
Washington Herald Contest Note that each
entrant will be credited with 1,000 votes as
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Washington's Newest and Most Interesting Establishment
The Herald Contest Store
1 A Thirteenth St.
tHE Advocate has transformed the first floor of
the new headquarters of The Herald's
$25,000 contest into a live, hustling store.
where practically all the products advertised in con
nection with the contest will be on tale.
The object is not to compete with the mer
chants of the city, but to insure contestants and
their supporters of one place where ALL the manu
factured products with which votes are given can
be found. It is for the convenience of those who have difficulty in
getting these goods at their regular dealers.
The Advocate will conduct a wholesale as well as a retail business.
Merchants are invited to bring or send in their orders. Immediate
delivery is assured.
THE CONTEST STORE
IS GROWING FAST
It's the Liveliest, Busiest, Most
Interesting Spot in This City.
Such a variety of products on sale that the store is a real wonderland for shoppers. Mer
chants who give The Advocate their wholesale orders are assured of prompt delivery.
FURNITURE and CARPET
; .512 Ninth Street N. W.
The winner of tha S5.00 bona and lot will iwoaiv this sBanlteaat Jtt
Parlor Sat as a special awart from the Lansbura h Furniture Cawt C
panr. This set Is belnc exhibited at the contest headquarters. Tit JhlTtMstUi
Street Northwest. To be eligible for this additional award It la neoetsary that
you register your name at me banaourKB store.
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Box topa redeemable for one vote
tor each penny of retail aale price.
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Special Blei. Coffee, 25c lb
W. I. Ireikful Coffee, 2k Ik.
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WHEN YOU BUY
White House Braid
In Packages at Yonr Stort-
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Made in Washington.
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Herald contest, at The Berald offloa.
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