EL PASO HERAUD
Thursday, March 10, 1910.
Will be given on May 10, 1910 to
the winning contestants in the
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The competition for these prizes, is open to any subscriber of The Herald who lives outside of the
city of El Paso, and the Grand Prizes will undoubtedly be won by contestants who enter the con
test early and work consistently to accumulate votes. The contest opens March 10. Fill out
nomination blank below and send it in today. .
First Grand Prize-$ 1250 Overland Automobile
Jhis car has been selected for its power, comfort and
elegance, and for the simplicity of its mechanism.
It is one of the best cars made in the United States
today and compares favorably with cars selling at a
much higher price.
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The Overland has power, speed and neverfailing abil
ity; it is big enough to give plenty of room, yet it is so
handy that it can be readily turned, without backing,
in a narrow street, and it is so simple as to be the ideal
car for women.
H. P. Noake, Distributor, El Paso, Tex.
SECOND CRAMP PRIZE $800.00 iPOLLO
Sold by W. a. Dunn & Co.,' El Paso, Tex.
The Apollo Player Piano is one
of the most desirable instru
ments to be found on the market.
It is dainty in its exterior ap
pearance and the originalitv of
its case designs, the finish oFits
details, its symmetry in propor
tion and the grace of its lines
commend it to music lovers gen
erally. The Apollo' has a greater range
than the ordinary player, as it is
equipped to play 58, 6o or 88
note music. It thus commands
the entire range of the keyboard.
THIRD GRAND PRIZE
Two Trips to New York
This trip can be taken at any time during the ensuing summer, as on May 10th this
transportation will be subject to the order of the' contestant whining the third grand
prize. Realizing that no one enjoys traveling alone. The Herald has arranged this trip
for two people, and this gives the contestant a chance to take along some one'1 - who will
share the pleasure o'f such a trip and greatly add to its enjoyment.
Fourth Grand Prize
This pian is from the factory of one of. the best known
manufacturers in the country and is warranted to give .com
plete satisfaction in every detail.
It is a beautiful instrumen t, has perfect tone, and the cases
are masterpieces in exclusive artistic design.
This is the
Which we are going to give as the FIRST DISTRICT
PRIZE. These new models give nothing but the rich,
pure tones of the performer.
The multiplied surface area of the improved sounding
boards amplifies the sound waves into a flood of beau
tiful tone, which is made loud or soft as desired, by
opening or closing the modifying doors. This instru
ment opens to its possessor the vast fields of operatic,
symphonic and choral music, as well as giving the pop
ular songs of the day with ail the dash and spirit of the
A $50 Set of
Will Be Griven as the Second District
This silverware is made in beautiful
patterns and the finish is a rich silver
grey. This $25,00
Will Be the Third District Prize.
I is fitted with a new ball-bearing
shutter, splendid lens, rising, falling
and sliding front, and automatic focus
ing lock. It is fully equipped for the
most serious branches of amateur pho
tography, yet with all these advantages
it is an exceedingly compact pocket ko
dak, which may be effectively handled
even "by the absolute novice.
- El Paso Herald,
Town '. .'
State or Territory
as the most popular candidate in the
EL PASO HERALD POPULAR VOTING
Signed '. '.
Address .' . .
This nomination blank counts for 5 votes for
the candidate nominated.
1 Month $ .60 100 Votes
3 Months 1.80 500 Votes
6 Months 3.60 1500Votes
1 Year 7.00 5000 Votes
&EMI- WEEKLY HERALD
1 Year $2.00 600 Votes
See contest conditions on another page.
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