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PRIZES m a m ?ra The Anderson Daily Intelligencer
You do not have to be a Subscriber to Participate.
Secure the ADVANTAGE of an EARLY START.
Nominate Yourself or a Friend To-day
NOMINATION COUPON WILL BE FOUND IN THIS PAPER
Read every word of this, it will interest you,
First Grand Prize
Ford Tobins Car
This car was purchased from
the Todd Garage and is now on
exhibition at their sales room. We
purchased this automobile, not
because it is cheaper, but because
it is better.
First Prize District
This instrument is one of the
most, popular of the Lester styles.
The xeneering, inside and out, is
of the finest natural figured Ma
hogany or Oak. This piano is full
size Upright Brand, 4 feet IO in.
high, 5 feet 5 in. wide and 2 feet
3 in. deep. This piano is now on
display at Willis & Spearman's
music house, Bleckley building.
First Prize District
Iver* Pond Piano
; Value $425.00
" Thisrpianols a beautiful design,
4 feet 7 inches high, 5 feet 2
inches ,wide, 2 feet 4 inches deep.
lt is now on display at the C. A.
Reed Piano and Organ Co. They
invite you to inspect it.
Second Prize Dis
trict No. 1
Tyson & Jones
This buggy is fully guaranteed
by The Fretwell Co. and is now
on display at their show rooms.'
They welcome you to call and ex
Second Prize Dis
trict No. 2
High Point Buggy
This buggy is fully guaranteed
and is ready for your inspection at
the salesroom of J. S. Fowler Co.
It has been specially made for this
contest and is a beauty.
I hera ara i wo i/ismc
The City of Anderson will be known a? District No. ii JU
Ali territory outside the City of Anderson will be District No. 2* ??
s RULES OF CONTEST
1. This contest begins Jan. 13, 1914, and closes March 12,
I9t4, at 9 p. m.
2. The Anderson Daily intelligencer will publish from time to
time the standing of the contestants.
. 3. Any young lady or married Woman is eligible to enter this
4. The right is retained to alter the rules as occasion may re
quire or settle all questions that maj.arise.
5. No one who is in way connected with the Anderson Daily
Intelligencer can enter the contest. * /
6. All territory within thc corpo*aJe4irnits of Anderson will be
known as District No. I. All territory outside the corporate limits of
Anderson will be known as District No. 2.
Tlk/a ?? W^VP^ TWO WAYS TO GET VOTE3
ii ia? ^?^y0y y ir ?ra ? , fr& m % mm^
To . good for 25 votes. You may. vote as many of those as you can get.
/f^Tl TlVf^lT^rfTf ff 53*\ *nP There is also a nomination ballot good for 1,000 votes. Only one
vyJlUlii MUM Vbs^sllT of those can be voted for each candidate.
. SECOND-Subscription ballot good according to amount paid
THE FS1RST I Q1R?M?D P?RESE SUBSCRIPTION RATES AND THEIR''VOTING POWER IN THE
... . . ; J , t . ... . . , . , ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER'S CONTEST
will be given to the lady, regardless o> district, who has the highest No aubscrpition accepted for Iw. than three month.
vote at the close of the contest. . -, ,""niu ^ e , Tc H ?repica u?u uuw WWHUM -
<~Y4^Hnrifc%*Vr?i -r?rt?r?Tin' 3. months*-;?1. 2.5 .-. 2,ooo votes
DISTRACT PRIZES '???ths-^-5o . . -,.~ . .votes
k-lL L i JT, ,. ?, , .. j* ? j * 1 vear-S5.00.ft. 18,000 votes
District No.-1'--The corporate limits of the city <rf Anderson. ^ years--S i O oo 36 000 votes
. The $450.00 Lester, Piaao . jg ?g$pj$8 ~: ; [ ; ; ; 3 tM
will be awarded to the lady in District No. 1 who has the highest vote 5 vears-825.00 . .. .loo.ooo votes
after the fir* grand-prize ha? l**n awarded. . M? f+wwf * THIS VOTE SCHEDULE WILL NEVER CHANGE
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7. On March 12th, the closing day of this contest a committee
of three well known business or professional men of the city not in
terested in the contest will he appointed to count the votes and award
the prizes. This assures every candidate that their interests will be
well looked after by local men (the name* of the men appointed will
appear in the Anderson Intelligencer before the close of the contest.)
8. In case of a tie vote at thejcnd of ?he contest, the cash value
of the prize will be equally divided. No two candidates will be per
mitted to double up. If you drop out you lose all. Votes are abso
lutely not transferable.
9. Subscriptions may be taken to start any time.
to. You may take subscriptions from any place in the United
States or Canada without increase of the regular subscription rates.
Because you are a contestant in District No. t, or No, 2, you are by
nb means limited to that district as a field of endeavor.
11. The.votes scheduled will'remain exactly the same through
out the entire contest. Turn in your subscriptions. ?hd we will give
rasjfecial vote coupon which can be voltri ai any time before the
close of the contest, except that no contestant will be allowed in any
one day to vote over 2,ooo ahead of the leader of. the day before.
All ballots over and above must be held ih^cserve. Starting with the
last week of the contest this rule will be withdrawn and the reserve
vote can be voted at will.
12. AH books and records concerinng the contest will be throw
open to the public immediately after the close of the contest. Ever;
one gets a square deal and WE WANT THEM i O KNOW. IT.
rae $uu.uu ryson & jones Buggy
will be awarded to the lady in District No. 1 wjjo has the second high
est vote after the Grand Prize has been awarded.
District No. 2-All Rural Routes and towns outside the city of
The Ivers & Pond $425.00 Piano
will be given to thc lady in District No. 2 who has the highest vote
after the first Grand Prize has-been awarded.
The $110.00 High Point Buggy
will be awarded to the lady in District No. 2 who has the second
hii'hest vote after the tirst Grand Prize has been awarded.
We Hope We Have Made This Clear
Each district mp$t receive a piano at?ti a rybbertire buggy. The
lady receiving the highest vote, regardless of district gets the Ford
i Touring Car.
We reserve th? right to give away as
many additional prizes as we so de
You get as many votes now for a subscription as you will get at
any time during this contest. .,. ?I. *.. ^'L.
For further information call the contest department-Phone 321
How to Enter The Anderson Daily In
Fill out the nomination blank published in this issue and send it
to The Anderson Daily Intelligencer contest department. Each con
testant is entitled to one nomination ballot good for one thousand ,
Contestants mav nominate themselves or be nominated by some
friend, lt is not necessary to be a subscriber to The Intelligencer to
enter the contest, lt is free to all, and there are no obligations what
ever attached to entering.
Readers of The Anderson Dailv intelligencer who cannot partic
ipate actively in. the contest themselves ape invited to send in the
nomination'of some friend whom they think could make a winning
race. Among the acquaintances of every reader there are persons
who arc especially fitted to make a successful race in a contest of this
kind and bv sending in such nominations the readers will not only con
fer a favor upon the friend but on The- Anderson Daily Intelligence as
ENTER THE CONTEST TODAY AND MAKE YOURSELF TttF
WINNER OF ONE OF THESE VAL UABLE PRIZES.
How To Become A Candidate Iii The Anderson Daily Intelligencer Popularity Contest.
Clip the Nomination Ballot, fill in every line and mail to the Contest Editor of The Inteuigeneer - - - DO IT. NOW
For Further Information call the Contest Department, Phone 321 : : ALWAYS A T Y O U B ?' S ERV I C E ,