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Wnrfc fn Win H ih "i 1 .' W m. saV. . ' W Xf M M M EaSH Properties of choicest' hops and trralns WW" Hr ""fc " F s. . V W iBK . make Perfect Brew the beer parexcel- All first-class barn, eafei. and hotels. Family trade supplied at 11.75 H caae. EOc rebate on bottle. B MOXUXElkTAL BREWI.XG COMPA.tr, M j. " Wasalagtoa Braaeh, 7th St. u4 Rhea Islaaa Are. M -- .. . -r MBOfliBKkl BBS v saH IHHfl c. J.Wv.Cistlec HI fifitaKss vdn tT ' !! jfA.' ?i Kxeelleat aaallty. AKIN 6, OWPEi Again The Advocate has implanted fresh enthusiasm in the hearts df contestant's by a distribution of free- !- 4 3 J - ' votes at the Contest Building, 714 Thirteenth Street N. W. , Let the extra votes you got spur you on to greater endeavors. Don't rest on.your oargrior' a moment. The race is keen, and your' rivals are setting a swift pace. The Advocate's display headquarters, the contest store, and the demonstrations-of merchandise and awards have aroused the interest of the whole city. The contes.t is on a healthy boom-sc6 that you, make the most of the increased interest. Get your friends interested every vote counts. Everybody's Interested in the Display of Awards and Merchandise. Washington has never seen a more interesting exhibit. The products on display rand for sale cover practically every need. The value and beauty of awards are excit ing favorable comment on every hand. The $25,000 Contest is so unusual so big and $o interesting that it's no wonder it has become the talk of the city. Contestants are on the jump planning, working the contest gets keener every day. Manufacturers and retailers co-operating in the contest report an ever-increasing de mand for votes all over the city. Wide-awake Contestants -Are Making Big Gains Even the Presidential race is subordinated to The Herald's $25,000 contest Everybody in Washington can vote for their favorites. Men, women, and children have equal privileges. It's a free-for-all contest, in which the hardest workers and best organizers will win. It's an unusual contest, in tliat contestants and their supporter's are not required to spend an extra penny in furthering their interest. Everything you need is included in the contest, and your standing increases on strictly necessary purchases. RULES OF THE CONTEST. Every contestant should be familiarly acquainted with the rules and condition! governing the contest. They should be strictly adhered to. Read them carefully and observe them In letter and spirit. They are as follows: i. Any reader of The Herald may nom inate himself or another person by filling: 'out the nomination blank and sending It to The Advocate; or. If he has not the nomination blank at hand, by forwarding the 'lame, aaaress. ana telephone num ber. If any. of the person placed In nomination. Upon acceptance, proper notification will be made, and 1.000 votes wlU be credited to the contestant as a "starter." 1 I. Merchants and manufacturers co operating in the contest, employes of the firms, members of their families, and emploes cf The Washington Herald and members of their families are barred from competing. 3. In case or tie votes, the arUcle ln olrd will bo sold and the proceeds .equally divided among the contestants tjlng. 4. Contestants am requested to send their votes to The Advocate as often as possible. Persons may cast votes for any of the contestants, but those once sent In cannot be transferred to the credit of another person. E. Votes can be obtained only by pat ronlzing the firms and products adver tised in connection with the contest. 6. The Washington Herald reserves the right to Introduce rew advertisers at any time during the contest. Contestants should watch the paper every day for these clntnges. The advertisement of any retail merchant or manufactured product may be withdrawn at any Ume by The Washington Herald for good reason. la such event votes will not be counted for the firm after the date that the adver tisement la dropped 7. Contestants may compels only for the article to be awarded In their rs specUie dlstrlcta 8. Candidates are not restricted to their districts, however. In the matter or securing votes Votes may be procured In any section of the city and cast for any contestant, regardless of districts 9 The contest Is now on and continues until 13 o'clock (midnight). February U MIS. 10. The relative standing of contest ants, as well as any changes In the rules governing the contest, will appear In The Washington Herald from time to time. AyAAAnAAAnAIit Nomination Blank. .1912. THE ADVOCATE, THE WASHINGTON HERALD: Dear Sir Please enter below as a candidate in The Wash ington Herald $25,000 Voting Contest Name ...... Address Nominated-by . Dist No., .. TeL No.., - i ') t,n rtr.nof, ...... Upon scceptaaee of tat aoaalaatlon, the aoaslae win be ereartea ertth 1,000 -votes la the contest aa a "starter." Oaly eae aesalaatlea at cepted fo each aemtaee. issjinnismifivi nvniiiiiiiniiiniiniiiivmTinTmiiiinTinr Cut out this blank and mail to The Washington Herald Contest Note that each entrant will be credited with 1,000 votes as Ltartei , sal I vsavavaaaL VSaV aval 9sja A 9nr--$750-ConOTer Baby Grand Pianos from Percy S. Foster Piano Co., 1330 G St. If. W. Washington's Newest and Most Interesting Establishment The Herald Contest Store Thirteenth St. o r t h west 714 S HE Advocate has transformed the first floor of the new headquarters of The Herald's $25,000 contest into a live, hustling store, here practically all the products advertised in con nection with the contest will be on sale. The object is not to compete with the mer chants of the city, but to insure contestants and their supporters of one place where ALL the manu factured products with which votes are given can be found. It is for the convenience of those who have difficulty in getting these goods at their regular dealers. The Advocate will conduct a wholesale as well as a retail business. Merchants are invited to bring or send in their orders. Immediate delivery is assured. THE CONTEST STORE IS GROWING FAST It's the Liveliest, Busiest, Most Interesting Spot in This City. Such a variety of products on sale that the store is a real wonderland for shoppers. Mer chants who give The Advocate their wholesale orders arc assured of prompt delivery. rflMlllttllKfl f ILK II IrTIlsBBBBBBBt W BBBBBBBBbV SmMbBBBBW f JMiB BBBBB'k5P!EaBBea9'iBBVBaWtf53 I jifit"SaWB. I WMT. Extra Award . To Be Given By The LANSBURGH FURNITUKE and CARPET COMPANY "i i 512 Ninth Street N..W. ' - L Tbe winner of the $5,000 house and lot will receive this manrfloent ill Parlor Sat aa a special award from the Lansbursjh .Furniture and Carpet Con pany. This set Is belnc exhibited at the contest headquarters. 714 Thirteenth Street Northwest. To be .eligible (or this additional award It Is neoaaaarr that you register your name at the Lansburgh store. - r'lB UsV ". Labels redeem able at Herald ef ee far 5 vatoa la aoVMW eoatcat. EVERT 1LB. ELK GBOVE CAR TON GOOD FOR M tOTEd IN HERALD CONTEST. ORDER ELK GROVE BUTTER At your grocer's I fa the Ideal Butter for the table. GOLDEN & CO., 922-928 La. An. Theso caps redeemable for X votes each In The Herald HS.OOt contest. it ASK FOB AlociGlUL yCcM "THIS SIGX MEANS PURITT." Box tops redeemable for one vote for each penny of retail sale price. Frederick W. I.lpae, BalUasare, Mi. Makers. Special Bleri Ctffee. 25c li. Bat fa tK 25 Votes. W. I. Imkfast CoHm, 21c lb. lafSMdrKlSVates. The Ciffets Par EXCwIrMwt. Save the lags Mi Get Vetes. Amour's IDiaois Spe cial latterine, 25c, the highest grade manufactured. Washington Dairy Company. 940 LOUISIANA AVENUE. Fhona Main 5906. W leKvtr Goods t All Paris ol Cily. We aire Herald tSSfiOO contest Totes. UNIVERSITY CLDB GINGER ALE Demand it for parity taste. and Bottle Cape coed for ! votes. E.S.LEAIIEATEI SONS ALEXANDRIA, VA. Established 1792 Vanilla and Lemon, T 10c and 25c Bottles, and 8 Other Flavors LZl of Unexcelled rsi Richness anil ' ' Delicacy. I Lsball ndranat; in Tbe Hcni Coclt. fc ilze. 5 totn: IDC tU. 10 iou. lal lia. "J rotrt; Ec ti. S totes. 17.02 m 0 Carloa Redeemable at Herald OBce for DO Tetea. .W llPaeRaP9n3Jr Htf vUJIrvQffl mHJkMOr rat it ii BUsWbLSt2iV sue an turn cuuun CONTAINS NO QUININE. Cart ReJeembl? at Herald OfHre. Se !. 3 TOteax 10c slac 10 rotca. START NOW Savlnp These Labels. Also Those on PRITGH ARD'S Baklnc Soda. Indian Corn Starch. ilipN Itedeemable at Ilrreld Offleek He size. A Totee. lOe alar. If) rotes. lfte alse. 1 Totee. SOe ). SO Totii. WHEN YOU BUY White House Brand Macaroni or Spaghetti In Packages at Your Store You Get a Home Product Made in Washington. e aire llerala 23XM coateat -rates. aaaaaaaaafjaaTJaaaaflaaaaaaaaaaaaflaaaaafla THIS BAND I Insures you an extraordinary smoke for Sc. and )oa get 5 votes In The H Herald Contest. B .neafssBw Ars .saiBBBBBBakaavveluPesaiBBBBBBBfei & ssaasW BsVtv9 THIS BAND I lasurea you an extraordinary cigar for 10c, and you sat 10 voles In The M Herald contest, at The Herald office. B JIado In the M OFFTEF DINGER QUALITY SHOP I SOS Ninth StrMt Northwest. -- Sold ETerymhere1. ! Herkdd Contest Votes slven-wlth all purchases. Q V a: mlMjMMm.