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paints, einka. floors, xlaas. In fact,
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contribution. .The soap of all soapa.
Save -Box Tope. Redeemable at
Herald office for 10 rotes In the
Are designed te core everr ailment.
Superior to salts, seidlitz powders,
magnesia, or mineral cathartics.
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At all Soda Fountalna and Bare, by
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for 10 votea In The Herald'a $25,000
contest. Pint bottle; 4 doeea, tl-00.
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S4 Warder Bldg Washington, C. C
Save Cartons for votes In Herald
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RULES OF THE
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 foUowa:
1. Any reader of The Herald may nom
inate himself or another person by filling
out tbe nomination blank and sending it
to The Advocate; or. It be baa not the
nomination blank at band, by forwarding
the name, address, and telephone num
ber. It any. of the person placed In
nomination. Upon acceptance, proper
notification wUl be made, and 1.000 vote
will be credited to the contestant as a
2. Merchants and manufacturers co
operating In the contest, employes of the
arms, members of their families, and
employes cf The Washington Herald and
members of their families are barred
X In case of tie votes, the article In
volved will bo sold and the proceeds
equally divided among the contestants
4. 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 once aent
Always Insist on Products Adver
tised in Contest Accept
Bring Labels, Trade Marks, &c, of advertised products to Herald
Contest Headquarers, 714 Thirteenth Street Northwest, and receive in
return votes at rate of one for each cent in purchase. Does not mat
ter where products are purchased. "
Four $2o Player Pianos from Joie
yisit The Herald Con
test Headquarters ,
and Bring Your V,
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tlon, llverandkldney troubles.' in
digestion, gout., lumbago, rheuma- .
ttam. aad parntul.mnatruation. Mo
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In cannot be transferred to the credit of
Votes can be obtained only by pat
ronising the turns and producta adver
tised In connection with the contest.
& The Washington Herald reserves tbe
right to introduce "ew advertisers st any
time during the contest. Contestant
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. la
such'event votes will not be counted for
tne nrm aner tne oil inai in adver
tisement I dropped
7. Contestants may compete only for
the articles to be awarded In their re
S. Candidates are not restricted to
their districts, however. In the matter of
securing votea. Votes may be procured
In any section of tb city and caat for
any contestant, regardless or districts
0. The contest Is now on and continues
until 12 o'clock (midnight). February a
10. The relative standing of contest
ants, a well as any changes In the rule
governing the contest, will appear In
The Washington Herald from time te
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Everybody's Interested in tfce
Awards and Merchandise. -
Washington has never seen a more interesting exhibit The products on' display
and fof sale-cover practically every need. The value and beauty of awards are excit
ing favorable comment on every hand. The $25,000 Contest is so unusual so .big and
so interesting that it's no wonder it has become the talk of the city.
'Contestants are on the jump planning, working the contest gets keeaer every day.
Manufacturers and retailers co-operating fn the contest report an 'ever-increasing de
mand for votes all over the city.
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FURNITURfe and CARPET
512.Ninth Street N. W.. -
The winner of the 13,000 house and lot will receivethls magnificent
Parlor Set aa a special award from thetLansburgh Furniture and Carpet Com
pany. This set is being exhibited at the contest headquarters. 711 Thirteenth
btreet Northwest. To be eligible for this additional award lt'la necessary that
rou register your nam at the Lansburgh store. i
The Four Voting Districts Each District Will
The city ha: been divided Into four
voting districts, and each will have Its
own. set of awards. This Is for the pur
pose of equalizing the dlatrtoutlon of
awards among the people of the different
secUons of the city.
Tbe four set of awarda wilt be Iden
tlcal. and will be given to the contest
ants in th. 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 ot a
13,000 house and lot to tne contestant
with the greatest number of votes in the
entire District of Columbia, irrespective
of voting 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 votea In any
part of the city, irrespective of wnetber
tbe mercnanta which tney patronize are
in tnetr voting district or not.
TRK roixownfG ABB thxi cow-
U1STKIUT Ho, 1 comprise th en
tire territory west or Eighteenth afreet
ThI. includes th. houses along th. west
aid. of the street.
DISTRICT Mo. z is bounded by and
Includes th east side of Klghteentn
Street," th. District Iln. on the north, th.
north' side of TJ Btreet. th. west side
of North Capitol Street, north to Michi
gan Avnu: the north side of Michigan
Avenue to Marewood Koaa, th. west side
ot Marewood Koad. north to Third Street
Northwest, and tb. west side or tast
UiSTKlCT No. 3 comprises the territory
directly south of District No. 2. and 14
bounded by and Includes the east side
of Eighteenth street, south ot U street:
the south side of U Street, th. west side
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FOUR $1,250 AUTOMOBILES.
or North Capitol Street, south ox U
Street, and the west side ot South Capi
tol street, down the river.
D1STK1CT No. 4 comprises the entire
territory east or and including the east
side or North Capitol and South Capitol
btreets. the east side or Marewood Koad,
and the eJit side of Third Street North'
east, from the Intersection of Marewood
Road northward. This district embraces
Erookland and Handle Highlands.
Tbe object of tbe contest Is to stimu
late business and to direct the purchas
ing public to those concerns where they
can get the best returns for their money.
The effect ot the competition will be to
Increase newspaper advertising, to make
the public acquainted tilth the leading
retail merchants and manufacturers op
erating In the city, and to educate the
public to patronize these enterprising es
tablishments. Th Herald recommends
very establishment and product which
will be advertised la connection with th
No skill Is required In th contest. No
special qualifications are necessary to en
ter. If you have enough spirit to desire
any of the ISO articles which are to be
awarded, you have the making of a win
ner in you. it is astonishing what a
person can really do when be seta his
mind upon accomplishing a certain end.
You are not asked to spend a cent la
the contest. Ton, are not asked to solicit
a single thing. All that Is required ot
you Is to read The Herald carefully every
day. patronize the special merchants and
manufacturers who advertise to give
votea In this contest, and obtain the co
operation of your friends your per
sonal campaign. Does that require any
pedal gift from the gods?
Ton cannot afford to delay m the mat
ter. The contest Is now started. Start
early on your quest for votea Send In
$1,000 HOUSE 'AHD LOT.
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Have Like Awards.
your nomination blank at once, so that
you may be registered aa a contestant
and you may receive 1.000 votes as a
Always patronize merchants whose ad
vertisements appear in connection with
the contest. It Is only by a strict ad
herence to this principle that you will
come to success. Whoever you are you
have lust as good a chance now for one
ct the 23) article aa your neighbor. It
Is altogether a question of who takes i
tbe greatest interest In the contest. Th I
man who sets In his mlad upon whining ,
a certain article and backs up his desire
by honest eftort should b among tb I
victorious at the end of the six months
Keep your eyes open. Hire Mi
more manufacturers aad xettaaa ,J
are railing in line every af. Mai
The Washington Herali tfcamcUy
to keep posted on Osjsc.sstif ayr
tamities to scarr,.Taiak
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