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Word Building Contest

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Q PRTZE1S. MflaHaaBaBHBXaHaoBBnHannHiiBV GRAND PRIZE -FINEST CHIGKERIH6 PIANO.... $750.00 2d Frize- Sidebar buggy 150-00 3d Prize- Pneumatic Tire Bicycle 85.00 4th Prize- A Diamond Ring 75.00 5th Prize - A Moline Farm Wagon 60.00 5 PRIZES- TOTAL VALUE ."SÜ2H The above prizes are ofïered to those w"ho construct or form the largest number oí words out of the letters found In the prize word R-E-P-U-T-A-T-I-O-N UNDEH THESE, RULES: First- The first prize will be won by the Pifth- Each contestant must become a largest list the second prize by the next subscriber to tho Omaha Weekly Woridlarg-est Hst and so on to the fifth. Herald for one year, and must send nis Second-The list of words must be writdollar .to pay for hia subscription with hij ten in ink plainly, must be alphabeticIlst f words. ally arranged, numbered, signed by 11 e Sixth- Every contestant whose list concontestant and sent in before May 20, tains as many as thirty words, whether he when the contest closes. wins a prize or not, wi'll receive a portThird- Words used must be Enslish folio containing handsome photo engraved and must be found in the dictionary. copies of slxteen famous paintings- siza If two words are spelled allke only one of each picture 10x12 luches, with hiscan be used. Abbreviations, obsolete tory of the paintlng. words and names of persons or places are Seventh - In case two or more prize wlnbarred. Lists purposely stuffed not connlng lists contain the same number of Bidered. words the one that is first received will Fourth - The same letter must not be be given preference. used twice in one word, except the letter Bighth- Prizea will be awarded and T, which may be used twice in any word, shipped to winners withia ten days alter ea it appears twice in the prize word. the contest closes. The Omaha Weekly Herald is the great free silver coinage family paper of the nortbv?est lts editor is Hou. W. J. Bryan - the champion of Bilver, who has jnst retired from congress. It is published in two parts, one of eight pages on Tuesday, and the other of four pages on Priday of each week, heneo it is almost as good as a daily for news. lts agricultural page, edited by G W. Hervey, its literary department, its household articles and its short stories make it a welcome visitor in ny household. Subscription price f LOO per year. Address - WORLD-HERALD, Omaha. Neb.


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