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C[jWe commissioned Mr. W. J. Moran to draw this picture for
us without an idea of a tille. Now we want our numerous friends
and patrons to suggest a title for it, and we are offering prizes
for the six best and most suitable titles for the picture.
CjjTo participate in this contest you must purchase from us some
arlicle during the period of the contest. You can make as many
suggestions as you like. When you make your purchase ask the
salesman to give you a "Picture Contest Card," then fill it out will,
the title or titles you are submitting, and your name and address and
turn it in to us. Livery mail order purchase also entitles you to make
CJThe contest will end July 6th. The prizes will be awarded
soon after by three competent and disinterested judges. We will
publish the names of the judges later. The best suggestion wins the
first prize; the second best-, the second prize, etc.
Prizes to he Awarded:
First Prize One Suite of Furniture .
Second Prize One Coal or Gas Range . .
Third Prize One Axminster or Wiltana Rug .
Fourth Prize One Leather Couch . . . .
Fifth Prize One Chiffonier.
Sixth Prize One Library Table . . . .
CJ Prize winners can exchange these for anything they want provided
it is of equal value.
^Prizes will be displayed in our windows, come and see them.