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ra... I -" tmtm ,Mmn m' J9Xn!JtiW'mr nTWWMJmm-mtttn f i?i'il?i T'ihT rv7'" """ k '"'"" MUiVsmvMM jwww'Tr: 14: THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARYS, 1891. iiinnjiiii www nuiiiiiirm ihuj.imii - -t-.-,. .. j- . - - - rf -iV-ti in f I s V5, ' S?".!', 'X "' i.,v.'- ' .' All OUR BOYS ID G1S i1 u. i ? WHO HAS MOST FRIENDS ? A. Question. "Wliicli THE HERALX "Wants Its X&ea.dexrs to Answer. A Merry Contest in Which the Winner Will Get a Magnificent Present. EVEKYBODY MUST BE INTERESTED. THE SUNDAY HERALD wa,nts to find out who is the moat popular Boy or Girl in Washington, and asTcs its thousands of Headers to help settle the question by ballot. The Young Person obtaining the largest number of suffrages of THE HERALD'S readers will be given A HANDSOME TURNOUT Consisting of an Elegant Pony Surry and a Beautiful Pair of Ponies, with Silver-Mounted Harness, Robes, Wliip, etc., all complete. This turnout is as fine as can be obtained or seen in Washington, and the total cost of it is upivards of $7 SO. The Surry can be seen at the ivare rooms of Andreio J. Joyce's Sons., who are the builders of this beautiful veMcle, 102S and 1030 Connecticut avenue. Every Boy and Girl should try to win this beautiful 2rize. All yon have to do is to cut out the coupon published below and mail or send to THE SUNDAY HERALD office, 4,09 Tenth street northwest. Get all the SUNDAY HERALDS you can, cut out the coupon, and fill in the name of your candidate. This contest, which began Sunday? Sept. 28, will close Saturday, Feb. 28, 1891, at 4 o'clocJc sharp. The contestants for the prize must not be over eighteen years of age, and they must be residents of Washington. These are the only condi tion. Now let the balloting begin for THE MOST UPOUPTIIliADR, BOY OI GHGRJL,r Here is the Coupon on Which You Must Put Your Yote : A MAGNIFICENT GIFT FOR THE MOST POPULAR BOY OR GIRL IN WASHINGTON, D. C. Name in full : Address: Cut this Coupon out and fill In your name or the name of your friend and mall or send in to THE SUNDAY HERALD, OFFICE 409 10TH STREET N. Vjfc, Mr. H. King, Jr., of Ming's Palace,the wcll-hnoivn Ladies' Goods Empo rium on 812-814 tth street, announces that he will give the young lady receiving the highest number of votes, whether she is the winner or not,, a handsome London-dyed SEAL PLUSH COAT, made to her order and measure. This coat will be of the valueZof $50, To the young lady receiving next to the highest number of votes Mr. King will give a beautiful PARISIAN PATTERN HAT of the value of $25. To the Boy or Girl receiving the second greatest number of votes will be presented by MR. FRANK. HOFFA an Elegant Gold Watch and Chain, IVJiielv will be placed on exhibition at his store, 409 Seventh St. N. W. . y " i 1 ' , Wv,- :"' . . .'(' ' ' 'V .,4v . - ' '':V& y' '", ,' .' :". " ' - , " "- ,:t , ''.'! .',,: r i.--4 . ; -:,&' M" V'v "!