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THE WASHINGTON HERALD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1913.
Save the Flour Sacks with the Above
The Herald sites one vote for curb penny represented In the retail
ale price on receipt of sacks or barrel tops slioirlne trade mark.
SOLD BY ALL GOOD GROCERS.
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These caps redeemable at The Her
old offlco for 10 votes in the S25.000
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3ox tops redeemaDle for one vote
for each penny of retail sale pries.
Frederick IV. I,lpps. Baltimore, Mi.
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The createst thins for making; the
place clean Is a small application of
When the grocer tells you othe
ccaps are "Just as eood," smile at
them and knock on wood.
These caps redeemable for II
vstes each In The Herald SSI.III
Tonic Bracer for
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Sold at all nrua-sUU 4 fn
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At all Soda Fountains and Bars, by
Bottles and wrappers redeemable
for 10 votes In The Herald's S1S.00I
contest. Pint bottle. 64 doses. J Lit.
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6e else, 5 votea.
10c size, 10 votes.
15e else, 15 votes.
30a size. SO votes.
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riica. and other ailment xvcoliu to Uta kx,
IL0O rcrcnise cood for XX Herald contest rote.
Will make four pints clear or pink
Cartms cood for rotes la Herald S3 000 eocteK.
FOR SALE BY ALT. GROCERS.
Particular People Patronize the
Main Office and Works
623 G Street N. W
We clre II era. A $23,000 cosiest Tote.
One of the $400 Upright Pianos from Joseph Halll
Chase Piano Co., 1307 G Street, on exhibition at Contest
Headquarters, 7 1 4 Thirteenth Street Northwest.
Contestants and their friends are work-
ing with might and main demanding votes
with every purchase, everywhere and every
time organizing their campaigns for the
final test of energy and enterprise.
After careful investigation, the Advocate,
has purchased the Grand Award the $5,000
house and lot and the four $1,250 Automo
biles, thus completing his collection of valu
able awards to be distributed among suc
Watch The Herald for complete list to
be published in a tew days.
RULES OF THE CONTEST
Everj' contestant should be fa
miliarly acquainted with tbc rules
and conditions goeming the con
test. They should be strictly ad
hered to. Read them carefully and
observe them in letter and spirit.
They are as follows:
1. Merchants and manufacturers
co-operating in the contest, em
ployes of the firms, members of
their families, and employ cs of The
Washington Herald and members
of their families are barred from
2. In case of tic votes, the arti
cle involved will be sold and the
proceeds equally divided among
the contestants tvinjr.
3. Contestants arc requested to
send their votes to The Advocate
as often as possible. Persons may
cast otes for any of the contest
ants, but those once sent in can
not be transferred to the credit of
4. otcs can be obtained only by
patronizing the firms and products
advertised in connection with the
5. The advertisement of an re
tail merchant or manufactured
product may be withdrawn at an
time by The Washington Herald
for good reason. In such event
otes will not be counted for the
firm alter the date that the adver
tisement is dropped.
G. Contestants may compete
only for the article to be awarded
in their respective districts.
7. Candidates arc 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 contest
ant, regardless of districts.
8. The contest continues until
12 o'clock (midnight), February
9. The relative standing of con
testants, as well as any changes in
the rules governing the contest,
will appear in The Washington
Herald from time to time.
The Closing Date for Nominations in the Contest Was Oecemher 7th, 1912
$5,000 House and Lot!;
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The Grand Award. This $5,000 house located on the southeast
corner of Tenth and D Streets Northeast Purchased from H. E. Howen
stein Co., 1314 F St Horthwest, and Seventh and H Sts. Northeast.
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Important Notice GoncerningAutomobile Awards
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$1250 Overland 30-horsepower Model 69 Touring Car with complete equip
ment. Purchased from Overland Washington Motor Company, 829 Mth
St. N. W.
The four touring cars (one for
each district), are of c-nial aluc.
but of different make. The con
testant w ho polls the greatest num
ber of otes for one of t" .?
awards will be allowed to takt s
choice. The contestant polling tie
next greatest number of otc- i
one of these awards will be guc
second choice, and his closest ni-nl
for one of these awards, ma
choose from the remaining two.
One of the four Conover Baby Grand Pianos' frorr. Percy Foster, the
piano merchant, 1330 G Street Northwest, on exhibition at Contest Head
quarters, 714 Thirteenth Street Northwest.
Always Insist on Products Advertised
in Contest. Accept No Substitutes.
Bring Labels, Trade Marks, &c, of advertised prod
ucts to Herald Contest Headquarters, 714 Thirteenth
Street Northwest, and receive in return votes at the rate"
of one for each cent in purchase. Does not matter where
products are purchased.
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$1,250 Studebaker (E-M-F) "30" Touring Car with complete equipment
Supply Co.. Inc. 1313 N. Y. Ave. N.W.
Purchased from Commercial Auto rd
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See the Awards for
A personal inspection of the awards to be given in
the Merchants and Manufacturers' $25,000 Contest will
, give you renewed enthusiasm. '
Go out and inspect the $5,000 House and Lot at'.
Tenth and D Streets Northeast. 1
'The four $1,250 Automobiles may be seen at the
establishments from which they were purchased. Ths
Pianos "and many other awards are displayed at the ConJ
test Building, 714 Thirteenth Street Northwest.
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