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The Washington herald. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1906-1939, November 26, 1906, Image 9

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T THE WASHINGTON WASHINGTONHFARALD WASHINGTONHFARALDONE HERALD HERALDtQ
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> A PAPER WITH NO AXES TO GRIND
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HIS NEWSPAPER on Saturday printed sold and circulated 28790 28 790 copies Of this number 22919 229 19 9 copies went into the hands of ofW Wash Washingtonians Washingtonians ash ashingtonians
the theistribution distribution of ofthe ofthe ofthe
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ingtonians The average daily circulation for the week all issues was
the housietohouse hou etohouse delivery circulation This is the circulation that counts for the advertiser THE HERALD has a complete cardindex sys system systean system ¬
tem giving iving the names and addresses of all its subscribers This list is growing every everyday day The circulation records are open to the advertiser
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TOTAL tOTAL HOUSETOHOUSE HOUSETOHOUSECiRCULATION HOUSETOHOUSECIRCIdLRSIOfd
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THIS TIS IS THE CIRCULATION OF FTHE THE HERALD TODAY AND IT IS ONLY SEVEN WEEKS OLD
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ADVERTISING AND CIRCULATIONAdvertisiig CIRCULATION CIRCULATIONAdvertising CIRCULATIONAdvcrtish1g
Advertising patrons of The Washington Washington Herald are getting good value for their moneybetter money better tter value than a morning newspaper here hereever hereever hereever
ever gave before AB of them will tell you so A paper that has sucn S1cha such a large large local circulation circulationa a circulation combining quality and quantity quantityis
is bound to bring immediate imm iate results to the advertiser It is the home circulation that counts The Washington Herald has been a home news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
the suburbs and will find this in in evidence every ever y morning in the week weekOnly weekOnly weekOnly
paper from its first issue iss Go into any an part of Washington or to you paper
Only seven weeks old already it is the peoples paper paperthe the paper Washingtonians a read and read approvingly Its circulation is growing steadilv stead steadily steadily ¬
ily ilv The chief problem since October 8 has been en to get it into the homes and hands of all the Washington people who are eager for it it This Thisproblem Thisproblem ThisProblem
problem now is practically solved The delivery delivery system system throughout the city is working smoothly smoothlysave save in a few localities The promise was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made that this paper J > per would be delivered regularly and at an early hour and the promise will be faithfully kept Prompt complaint about every everydelinquency everydelinquency everydelinquency
delinquency is the most effective way wa to secure perfect service and The Herald once more urges its friends to make such complaints Keepthe Keep Keepthe Ketpthe
the telephone number in mind It is easy to remember Main 3300 3300Another 3300Anothf 3300Another
Another point about advertising The Washington Heralds rates considering the present size of its circulation and the assured fact factthat factthat factthat
that it will soon be thousands more are low lownot not the lowest but fair and uniform and honest This newspaper is doing doing business with busi business businCSi business ¬
ness people on business principles They know just what they are getting in the way of publicity They know too that there is not one price pricefor pricefor pricefor
for one patron and a lower or a higher price for another patron for precisely the same kind and q quantity y of advertising Even the merchants merchantswho merchantsI merchantswho
I who are not yet advertising in The Washington Herald HeI41dbut but who are going to t tocommend commend its policy It is the policy upon which they have havebuilt havebuilt havebuilt
built up up their business the only policy that makes for legitimate and lasting success in any business There is no need to say again that thispapers this thispapers
1 papers advertising adv rtising columns are clean and are going to be kept clean All Washington understands that thatt
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SWORN STATEMENT STATEMENTI I II
I if J HARRY CUNNINGHAM Auditor of The Washington WashingtonHerald WashingtonHerald WashingtonHerald
Herald Company do solemnly swear that the figures and statement statementprinted statementprlIlted statementmeted
printed meted herewith are correct to the best of my knowledge and belief beliefJ
J HARRY CUNNINGHAM Auditor AuditorSworn AuditorSworn AuditorSworn
Sworn and subscribed to before me this twentysixth day of ofNovember ofNovember ofNovember
November A D 1906 Seal PAUL F CAIN CAINNotary CAINNotary CAINNotary
Notary Public

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