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KBBP THIS FOR RJCFBRBNCB
3 MAGNIFICENT LIBRARIES TO BE GIVEN AM7 AY FREE
^ Great Excitement Arret Amusement for* tiro Entire City
Read this page carefully and learn how you can assist your lodge, church, school, club or society to win and be
the proud possessor of one of these magnificent prizes.
OVER ONE THOUSAND VOLUMES AND FORTY-EIGHT OF THE CELEBRATED HERKIMER SECTIONAL CASES. BOOKS WORTH $3,000. THESE BEAUTIFUL
LIBRARIES ARE NOW ON EXHIBITION IN THE SHOW WINDOWS OF
Cowperthwait & Van Horn Co. * 73=75 Market Street
Furniture, Carpets, Etc. All Sales Slips Good for Votes==100 for Every Dollar Purchase
5 ■ 1 .. —--- - ■ ■■ ■ ■ -- - --- --
SPECIAL PRIZE No. 5
Get Busy, You Will Have to Hiirry j
A $425.00 PIANO ij
This is it: Go and see it. • Wake up. Come on—let’s have some fun. Now
on exhibition in the show windows of the
Steger & Sons Piano Mfg. Co., 81 Market St.
Special prize No. 5, as above announced, is a special prize to be given as'
a reward for the heaviest voting between the fifth and eighth counts, in the contest
for the libraries, announced in connection with this ad. 'The Steger & Sons piano
is well known and recognized by everybody as a piano of high Class and standard
Value, and is made by one of the largest, piano makers in the world. Established
in 1879. All great Piano Artists have indorsed this piano. In addition to the
piano, discount checks on the price of any new Piano will be issued to the mem
bers of the Lodge, Church or School pol ing second, third and fourth largest num
ber of votes in the time stated above.
$175 piano gives you 17,500 votes, $200 piano gives you 20,000 votes, $350
piano gives you 35,000 votes, $425 piano gives you 42,500 votes, $500 piano or play
er 50,000 votes, and so on. Any priced instrument may be selected. And votes
apply the same whether you purchase for Cash «>r by Monthly Payments. AND
REMEMBER, should your favorite Lodge, School or Church win a piano, it may
also win a library—IT CAN WIN BOTH.
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Steger & Sons Sales Slips Good for Votes
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RULES GOVERNING CONTEST FOR SPECIAL PRIZE NO. 5: j;
pimt—-The Lodge. Church, Club, School or other Society of Emkox County polling the highest nuni- i *
b«r of votes after the fifth count, up to nml Including the eighth count, will he given on a prize One Concert <>
Cnrlaht Steger A Sous’ mahogany plnuo. with stool of recent manufacture and latest style. Just from the ^ '
factory for which 9423.00 was paid, and cannot be bought for less. Provided twenty-live or more of the mem- < *
hers or friends for such organization have culled nt (he store and address above mentioned, and have seen , ►
and examined the pinno and linve written their names address and the name of the organization lu which < >
«hev are Interested In a book kept nt the above address for such purpose. To Illustrate: John Doe, 900 i *
Hints street. Aurora Lodge, I. O. O. F. Remember if the organization polling the greatest number of votes <
J." not compiled with fhla condition. Special Prize No. 5 will be given to the organization polling the greatest s
number of votes that has complied with this condition. This Is required for the reason that the public should be < ’
lironaht to appreciate the genuine value of the prize offered, which Is linpossll le otherwise. <
* Don’t misunderstand. This prize Is not given necessarily to the organization standing at the head In the <
sfahfh connt, but to the organization polling the heaviest vote from and after tbe llftli const up to and In- < ( j
eluding the eighth count. This gives nu equal opportunity to nil organizations, even though they may have < ( i
stood low In the fifth count, or may not yet have entered the race nt all. L i
Second—Votes, In order to be counted before or In the eighth count, must be deposited In the ballot <. ,
boxes not Inter than 4 o’clock p. m.. Wednesday, January 11, 1011. The eighth count will appear In the Eve
nlng STAR Saturday, January 14, 1011. a# _ . ] ►
Third—In the event of two or more organizations polling nn equal number of votes, If such number < t
la the highest number polled between the fifth and eighth counts, the value of *the prize will be equally N >
divided between such organizations. a * ►
REMARKS—This mugnliloeut piano Is now on exhibition fi» the show windows of the Steger A Sons’ Plano < ,
Manufacturing Company, 81 Market street. Notify your friends and members of the organization In which J , i
von belong immediately, by ’phone or otherwise, to procure n copy of today’s Evening STAR, so that they may < ,
aee this advertisement and may cut out the ballot contained In the paper, which Is good for 10 votes. ’ ►
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HOW TO OBTAIN VOTES
wrnST—Gut out th. ballots which appear each day In the EVENING STAR. The ballots will he found on page two. On each week-day
.._V7o„t. „7,i be good for ten votes, excepting on one day of the week, when the ballots will he good for fifty votes.
tB®nSlGniun_The Wrappers babels or Trade Marks taken from Goods and Articles of Merchandise listed here are good for votes, and also Sales
merchants as specified in their advertisements which appear on this- page. The number of votes for which each la counted
Bllpa rrom »»■ connection with each article. Some of these labels, trade-marks or wrarpers are of such size and character that the
appears in Lira* desired may be written or stamped plainly thereon. In such eases write or stamp name of favorite organization
name or im ins deposit In ballot-boxes. The size and character rf some labels, trade-marks or wrappers will not permit of
O" tBtU,.„ .hould be brought to the Manager'. Offloe. STAR Building. Third Floor, where they will he redeemed ond a certificate lor the
propernumber of vote. Issued. These certificates will be ralld for ten days from date of Issue only and must be deposited In ballot-boxes
during t*BtcnJjnJiwarf Of votes will be offered during the last ten days of the content for^uh.crlptlons to Hampton's Magazine, full particu
lar! of which will be published at the time.
BALLOT BOX LOCATIONS
I HIKER DRUG STORE, 756 Broad Street
ALFRED REUSCH, Pharmacist, 661 Springfield Avenue
DAVID BERGMAN, Pharmacist, 175 Elizabeth Avenue
J. H. FERTEL, Pharmacist, 531 Ferry Street
JOHN B. FOSTER, Pharmacist, Orange & Warren Sts.
a FOREST HILL PHARMACY. 863 Mt. Prospect Avenue
C O'A’ PERTH WAIT & VAN HORN CO.,
Furniture, 73-75 Market Street
ORANGE OFFICE, NEWARK STAR,
14 Cone Street, Orange, N. J.
STEGER & SONS, 81 Market Street
ARMOUR’S
Veribest Pork and Beans
“You Don’t Know Beans Until You’ve
Tried Armour’s”
Three else cans—Small, 0 votes; medium, 16 votes;
Large, 20 votes.
~ ARMOUR’S
“Simon Pure” Leaf Lard
In Sealed Pails—U. S. Government Inspected
ImMe • 'overs Redeemable.
Three sizes—Small (3*s), BO votes; medium, <6’s), 100
votes; large (10’s), 200 votea
Armour’s Grape Juice
“Mother Earth’s Best Offering”
4-ounce, 10 votes; 8-ounce, 20 votes; 16-ounce, 30 votes;
32-ounce, 46 votes; on^-half gallon, 76 votea
ARMOUR’S
EXTRACT OF BEEF
“The Best Extract of the Best Beef”
Size 2, 60 votes; size 4, 86 votes; size 4 160 votes;
size 16, 273 votes. .
Baker’s Cocoanut
It Keeps Fresh
Three size packages. Small, 5 votes; medium, 10
votes; large, 20 votea
BLUE LABEL
Tomato Ketchup
KEEPS AFTER IT’S OPEN
Screw topa 20 votes
TONIGHT
Cascarets
Three sizes. Small, 10 votes; medium, 26 volts;
large, 60 votes.
CREMO
A D Supremely
Good Always
Each band 6 votes.
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EVE RW EAR
HOSIERY
GUARANTEED FOR 6 MONTHS
All labels good for forty votes.
feig®"sP*n
* NEWARK W J
Thc Beer that Builds
Labels good for i0 votes.
FEIGENSPAN
HALFand HALF
Labels good for 20 votss.
R. G0STW1RT
Italian Grocer
99 Cone Street, • Orange
All sale si!pa «ood for votes.
One vote for #*verv rent purchan*.
HAMPTON’S
MAGAZINE
Title page (page 6 December, 1910, number.
16 voiea.
HOOTON’S
BREAKFAST COCOA
REMEMBER HOOTON’S
Newark, N. J.
Tope of cans, large, 26 votes; small,
10 vote,
JOHNSON’S
Shaving Cream Soap
Makes Shaving a Pleasure
Carton front, 26 vote*
LIFEBUOY SOAP
“THE HEALTH SOAP”
Toilet, Bath and Shampoo
5 Cents
Each carton, 6 vote*
LINDEMAN’S
MUSTARD Horseradish
Bottle with Label on good for 10 votes.
★ LORD VERNON’S j
Potted Fish in Glass
v
A Dainty Relish for Sandwiches, Etc.
Metal top with label, 23 votes
★ LORD VERNON’S
SALAD CREAM
Mayonnaise Dressing — Extra Superior
ENGLAND’S BEST
Labels from corks—Small, 10 votes; large, 2b votes
MAIL POUCH
TOBACCO
TREAT YOURSELF TO THE BEST
Front of 6c package, 6 votes; 10c package,
10 votes.
Mangels & Schmidt Co.’s
-~bread= —
Bakes Daily for Thousands
RED, WHITE AND BLUE LABELS.
Labels good for 5 votes.
MINUTE
TAPIOCA
Requires No Soaking. Minute Man trade
mark from packages, 10 votes.
Mrs. Rorer’s Own Blend
CnWack Triple Seal Non Aroma
vUllvC Leak Package
Outside wrappers, 30 vote*.
NATIONAL
MONTHLY
December number, heading of page 183,
10 votes.
NUT = LET
Peanut Butter Cuts Meat Bill in Half
10c sire, 10 votes; 15c size, 16 votes; 25c size,
25 votes.
Trade ra irk from front of cartons.
R. & G. Corsets
LABEL ON END OF BOX
Good for 200 votes.
RIKER DRUG STORE
When Rlker Makes It j When Rlker Sells It
It's High in Quality it's Low in Price
Any purchase at Rlker’a Drug Store good for votes.
One vote for every cent of purchase.
The end ! :
of packs#*
with prioe
marked on.
10 votes;
U pound v
13 votes;
Vs pound
30 votes.
m.. HNLm IE > IS Iritri WORLD
5EALPACKERCHIEF
Sea,ed Packages of
V White Hemstitched
w / Handkerchiefs for
Xjr Men and Women
Every cent is worth one rote
^Sen-Sen chewing gum^
EACH WRAFFER(FIVE IN A CARTON) GOOD U
FOR ONE VOTE
BREATH PERFUME SEN-SEN J
^EACH ENVELOPE COOP FOR SVOTrs^
SLICK=SHINE
FURNITURE POLISH
Makes Old Like New
10-cent size 10 votes; 25-cent size 2& votes.
Sweetheart Toilet Soap I
Exquisitely Perfumed g
Complete cartons 5 votes. K
VAN CAMP’S
Pork and Beans
3 Sizes
Small, 10 votes; medium, 15 votes
large, 2u votes.
★ WAW-WAW
SAUCE
THE $20.00 SAUCE
Used in the Best Homes in England
Labels, 25 votes.
★WHITBREAD
ENGLISH ALE AND STOUT
Recommended by Greatest English Doctors $
Labels, 16 votes.
‘fflhikffiose
CEYLON TEA
A ten Cent trial package makes forty cups
Trial slse, 10 votes; half-pount slxs, 33 votes;
Pound size, 60 votes.
Wm. A. Pearson
EVERYTHING NEW IN
HABERDASHERY
All sales slips good for votes. ;§
One vote for every cent purohase.
nps * |''v | i r r I w -j—^ pv i pv ^ Classified ads. good for votes. 25 votes for every insertion. Ads. may be
^ 1 r\fiV r" I CtU AUa left at any of our agents and votes will be furnished for same.
For Full
Particulars See
Manager,
Evening STAR
Building,
Third Floor
RULES OF CAMPAIGN—READ CAREFULLY
1— Any Lodge, Church, School or Club
in Essex County may enter by any of
Its members or friends procuring blank
Ballots and voting for them.
2— Voting began on November 23. and
will close at 4 p. m. March 1, 1811.
3— Contestants are divided into three
classes. Class No. 1 includes Lodges
and Clubs; Class No. 2 Includes
Churches and Religious Societies, and
Class No 3 includes Schools. The three
Libraries to be awarded as principal
prizes are all of the same size and
value and are numbered one. two and
three, not because of any difference in
value, jut to Indicate the class of or
ganizations that can compete for them.
Accordingly the Lodge or Club receiv
ing the highest number of votes In the
contest will be declared winner of prize
No. 1; the Church or Religious Society
receiving the highest number of votes
In the contest will be declared winner
of prize No. 2. and the School receiv
ing the highest number of votes In the
contest will be declared winner of prize
No. 3.
4—The count showing the standing of
all organizations will be published
every Saturday In the EVENING
STAR. Ballots will be collected from
the ballot-boxes on Wednesday.
6—Votes cannot be transferred from
one organization to another after they
are cast.
6—In the event of two or more or
ganizations receiving the same number
of votes, in a winning place, the prize
to be awarded will be equally divided
between the organizations receiving ::
such equal number of votes.
7—There are Three Principal Prizes
to be awarded at the Close of Cam- jj
paign. while Special Prizes will be
given during the time of voting as re
wards for heaviest voting. Many of the
Special Prizes will be of conlderable
value and any organization winning a j
Special Prize Will be .barred, from com
peting for all other Special Prizes, ex
! cept thai the winners of Special Prizes
! Nos. 1. 2 and 3, offered for heaviest
i .oting in first count, will not be barred
i from competing for one other Special
! Prize. All votes cast by any nrganlza
I tion before and after the winning of ;
a Special Prize will be credited for the
! Principal Prizes

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