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THE WaSHOTGTON HERATD, ifallDAY. JA1STJABY 24. 1913. ' , 7
The Herald's $25,000
ches Its Highest Point !
With the progress of the contest,
'the voting has increased every day.
Votes are pouring in, pushing the
Advocate and his assistants to their
utmost efforts to handle them.
Now is the time of times for con
testants to exert themselves. Don't
let the fact that your votes so far
would make a big pile cause you to
relax your efforts in the slightest.
The race is keen, and means in
creasing diligence until the last day.
List of Winners of Special
Awards Already Delivered
Mrs M F Thompson, 1215 N Street Northwest, No ember 2J,
1912, 1 certificate for Ladies' Suit, alue $J3 00
Mr. J Finle, 331 C Street Southwest, November 2J, 1912, 1
certificate for Gentleman's Suit, alue $35 00 '
C V Gates, 149 Seaton Street Northwest, 1 Schubert Lpnght
Piano, alue $40000 December 7, 1912
Mr O, J Lc Bau, 1115 Eighth Street Northwest, 1 Columbia
Grafonola December 21, 1912, value $200 00
Mr G E Connell, 900 K Street Northwest, 1 Conovcr Eab
Grand Piano, January 15, 1912, value $750
Two $1,250 Reo 30 horsepower Touring Cars with complete equipment
Purchased from Barnard Motor Car Company. 1 61 2 14th St N W.
One of the four $625 Schubert Up right Pianos from Joseph Hall Chase
Piano Co , 1307 G Street Northwest, on exhibition at Contest Headquarters,
714 Thirteenth Street Northwest.
A complete list of the, awards will
be published in the next few days.
. And Friends of Contestants!
This is an 88-note player
with automatic transposing
tracker device, harp at
tachment, Duffiano steel
back, and beautiful fumed
The Schubert Player
Piano is an instrument of
highest quality in every
Purchased from the
JOSEPH HALL CHASE
1307 G St. N. W. 1628 7th St. II. W.
TO BE GIVEN
To the person casting the most votes in The Advo
cate's Merchants and Manufacturers' $25,000 Con
test in The Washington Herald between the dates
of January 16 and February 1, 1913, (not later
than 9 P. M. on the latter date.)
BVThe person casting the votes
need not be a contestant, and the votes
may be cast for any candidate selected.
The Schubert Player Piano is on display at the Advocate's
Headquarters, 714 Thirteenth Street N. W.
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25c, tie MghMt
840 LOUISIANA AVENUE.
Phona Main 6906.
We Ittiver 6odt All Paris ol City.
We ln BcrmM $33,000 contest Totea,
Demand It for puritr ad
Preliminary Patent Searches
and Mechanical Reports
Worth Wnlla Klad with
FIT or mors copies' of competing
patent. Ac 5 and up, worth til.
Bavlnf hundreds otUn and lonn
A Separata Serrlea, not connected
with patent law Trr an En1nr
tarch. ther are different.
EICIHEER SEMCliM CO.
GEO. D. SINCLAIR
615 Penn. Ave. N. W.
METROPOLITAN HOTZX. BLDa
We gtv Herald S23AOO eoateat Yates.
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LJ cleanses the ayitem of all l-
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WHEN YOU BUY
In Packages at Your Store
You Get a Home Product
Made in Washington.
We ajtre Herald M3SJ0OO eoateat rvtea.
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We (tn Herald 123.000 coaieat Tstea
Supreme in punt and
quality It will gne
tone and flaor to the
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SMOKES THAT SATISFY
Balis Clod for
DEER HEAD, 10c
Bands Cm- fo r
10 Herald Contest Votes
OFFTERDINGER QUALITY SHOP
608 Ninth 8trjat Northwaat.
Herald Contait Vote given with all purchase.
Om ttf tiie Furniture AnvaV purcJiwad front .tlie-trojoorglr FnrBJtare
and Carpet Co. 512 Ninth Street N'orthwest.
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