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P-rlzes are F|i*ee to any lady
in Western Sooth Carolina
' You Don't Have to be a Subscriber to Participate ;
R?I.ES O?7 CONTESTl -
I. This contest begins Jan. 13, 1914, and doses March 12,
1914, at 9 p. m.
2.. The Anderson Daily Intelligencer will publish from time to
time the standing of the contestants. *
3. Any Lady mrraied or Single is eligible ?o; enter this
4. The right,is retained to alter the rules as'occasion may re
quire or settle all questions that may arise.
5. No one who is in v/ay connected with the^nderson Daily
Intelligencer can enter the contest.
6. All territory within inc corporate limns of Anderson will bc
known as District No. 4. ^AU.territory outside the corporate limits of
Anderson win "De known as District No. 2.
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 be appointed to count the votes ?nd award
the prizes. This assures every candidate that their interests wil! be
we? looked after by local men (the names of the men appointed will
appear in the Anderson Intelligencer before the close Of the contest.)
8. In case of a tie vote at the end of the 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.
10. 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. 1, or No. 2, you are by
no means limited to that district as a field of endeavor.
II. The votes scheduled will remain exactly the same through
out the.-entire contest. Turn in-your subscriptions and we will give
_a special vote coupon which?can be voted at^any time "before tile
"dose of the contest/except Hut "ho contestant will be allowed in any
one day to vote over 2,000 ahead of the leader of the day before.
AH ballots over and Abbye, must be held in reserve. Starting with the
last week of the contest this rule will be withdrawn and the reserve
vote can be voted at will. - . ./-.;>
12. All books and records concerning the contest will be
thrown open to the public immediately after the close-of the
coiucsc. every one gets a square deal and Wc VvAv?T ?Hcm T?
This is the Handsome F?rd Car
to be given away fey The Anderson Jjnte?ligen
cer. Some lady will be the proud possessor of
is W Inarch 12,1914. WHY NOT YOU ?
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First Grand Prize
The Car you will eventually feuy.
This car was sold to us and is fully guaranteed
by ARCHIE L. TODD, Local Dealer
W. Earle St. Phone 226 Anderson, S. C.
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This buggy is fully guaranteed
by thc FrctweH Co. arid is now
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and ls ready for youc inspection at
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i. S. FOWLER CO., LOCAL DEALERS.
K?CSt HILL BUGGY-The FretweH Co., Local Dealers