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No Trick or Chanc<
and Patience Requi,
Count the circles in th,, Puzzlo
1very circle is comle)Cte and the
chart is entirely free from tricks and
illusions. However, to p!ck ouL every
circle and Count it requires patience
and care. Those who do this the best
will win t.he valuable cash prizes of
ferod for solving the puzzle.
Any method which contestants hit
upon that seems to be best adaipted to
making the count may be adopted. The
Advertiser will be glad to receive short
noteo- explaiti1'~ how the t --tts w-e
obtained. As many different solutions
may be submitted as contestaints wish.
lerore sending in a solut!nn, how
nver, road the general rules carefully.
This contest will not only prove
profitable to the winners of prizes. but
solving the puzzle will also prove to
tx a pleasant and fascinating pastime.
Taking advantage of the opporiuty
[uay not you as much as $100.00.
Ioad carefully all the rules, then
nuiko tp your mind to enter thIs very
interesting contest. It is open to all
prit.Stnt subscribers, ans well as to
those who wish to herome subscribers.
Perhaps the most interestimq ftea
turo of this contet. is that under the
ues you have the privile'.e of paying
threo years lu advanee at the present
subseription priee of ONE DOLLA R at
year. The rules not only give you this
privelltwe but also atYord yot it op.
portunity to wiit a big;rer pr'ze tin if
you paid for only one year.
Note immediately below how to par
tielpae in th.4 contet
Additional pizle ciarts may be ob
tninead at The Advetiser oflie, or they
will be mnailed to all who send a self
:addtressedi 11 f( stme enrelope for them.,
How to Enter
'Thls contest ia open) to all res idetstt
of Soruth Carolinla. and aip to all
present raubscribers residling out of t he
St ate who wish to take adivantage of
the. Opportunlity to renlew thiiir subl
5(criptionsU at (ba.- presenft rate, anad
'win a prize.
Anly one wlyo is eligible undet this
rulo aaay enter the contest. upion pay
monat of not. less thani One iDollar or
moot~han $3l.00. Whatever amount.
you pay it vwill be apipled ona yoaur
aaubscription~ to The Advertbier at, thre
lprutent rate of ONIE DOlilait a year.
Thtir privilega' is ext ended to both old
antd nrow subs)c ribers.
If you pay One D olIa r you mt ay sub
mit oneS soluttlon ot thte puzz.le; if you
pay Two D))1llars you may saiumit t wo,
and if yon pay Three IDollIarsx, you mtay
submrtit threae soalttons. Or if yo1u
whbh, you many pay cithIter twoa or lbhrcea
djolla rs and submhiat oatly oneo or t.wo
atoluIitlons. If you pay Tlwo D ollIarts
aunt wI oane of the lit'st four itles,
you wuill receIVe mfora thsanI if youI pi d
only One Dollar, and if you pay Th re
1)o1ll~ars yoat will receive mori-e than if
you paid Two D~ollars. This is also
explaineld in the .prie( list.
If you pay onily One likliaa whaen
you drat enter the cnte)St :andl liar
deldeil to pay onie or I wo dolIaris amore,
you may dlo rio as best, suits your
convenienlce at anty time yout wish be
fore thes close of the conltest. Th'lis
will entitle you to tile same benefit in
receiving the maximnum value of a
prti.e as though you had pald t he
W'hOle amount inr the beginnIng. S'end
in a .blank -with each payment.
Whether you submit one, two or'
tharen solutions of tho pleI, if either
otne provos to be correct, or the near
eat corre'et, you will receIve the full
amouant your total pafynment on sub
scription entitles you to.
A tdress All Solb
Involved. Only Accuracy All Payments A
red in Solving This Problem * So Yo,
ly the Plan of How to Increase ti
R . $ i
onSubscriptionduring the on ts. If~ he(P
ECOND PRIZE . inGold/tow
pasonSbsrpto drngte otet
pay onSubcritio duig h cotet
FOURT PRZE $10inodt
FIRT toZE Thitent Pizelst hich
ousriten dang Fitecntest.izes Ea
$68. If h pay er200ithwl e $8.I
paysoAdvbsrtior dat theresnterat
OneIto TRE. $20onlars) ow
pays I onSubito duis them cotest.
NoJTe. PRIZE $10entitld tob
pays ouction uridn tm onesit
Fonsrteithaand ndftentaPri Ea
N1 WIN $100.00
lie C ircle:
r' s Great Puzzle C<
Lpply on Subscriptions Both Old and New Subscril
i Can't Lose This Contest Offers Equal 4
ie PRIZES and Make Them Worth What
mem unm mm meum -.a-.em
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h will be added 16 times what the winner pays
pays $1.00 the value of this prize will be
he pays $3.00 it will be $100.
hich will be added 15 times what the winner
If he pays $3.00 it will be worth $70.00.
iich will be added 10 times what the winner
If he pays $3.00 this prize will be worth $50.
which will be added 8 times what the winner
If he pays $3.00 it will be worth $34.
h .. .-..$3.00
.....for Subscription to The Laurens
of $1.00 a year. (Note. Pay from
*cles in the Chart
it one solution for each dollar paid)
SNO .Have you Bent any other
> the contest prior to this?
_____________________YES OR NO
:o PUZZLE MANAGER. THE AVER T i
>ers Can Compete.
3pportunity to All.
You Please 9
General Rules and
There is no objection to several
10b11e of one family or several
ienUb; %work ing t oge ther to oblain a
oluition. provided only one of then
urns the solution Inl. 'The prizes are
warded I' individil effort, and it
voild iot he ioier for one person
o turin in a solution, then give it to
oeione else, and for the latter to
ubobl is ats his own.
If tih lliaper is alrendy bein ont. t.o
oir idre;4,5 send in the renewal in
he name of the iniher of the fain
-fwho is now the lu.1erilhe.
:;c'no othor viemlbir of Ile fain
v.n whe soluio r. ledited to him,
t I i re atta h a. ;I note to the
;1n1: ;nivimn the nm of lthe one who
It have credi1 - the". 2-oltiol.
'ho p' . w of th ; is t. avoid selid
- o aper .lhien o:ilv one i ned
Whewn. inl Ihe ilidgilit of the Coi
'0 anaiger, more thin oi,, intmber
f ithe saine falmil y, Or any ot hers,
and in twi or throe solutio:is which
m1V 4 a Z O il'n.- ' 1 l.:, m.ig hoen
:ork:ed inl cohision. The Advertiser
, '- reerve the ri 1ht ; uso its best
''tato1 in; refunding any of the sub
ril tims laid inl connection thero
:n h ia ire'iocting I he solu tions.
So~ t ati wi le u rnishled and
unlin inad Onl anly points contest
121; Im2ay want information about. The
(Vert ir reserveo Ilie right to de
ote any and all questions which arise,
:I hos' e-ntering the conte:.t a a
'ivi of ith (ontract 0must and do agree
[ abide by snehiu'u rulings.
'The date a soi lltion is iiled has
-tuhili t(o do with bits winining a prIze.
As man iy pizes will be~ reser2ved as
here are' ieople tied betfor any prizes
r4' a4warded4 (I[ fo l'ss corireel 'olni-.
iOns. That i P, if thrPee lpeople4 shloiuld(
1'0 n lhe hipmi soluition1 the first thbree
hIirizes; Wmld h be reCserved'r for the1m,
ini they woit lhe aware th1(l ese tris
:1 in t he ordler of thle stand(! ig of t heir
(2112tions of thle neCx t 1uzI'zle. Thiat Is,
hii bes't soluij'mi woufld~ lhe awvarded
lhe 11r22 pize, thle next beet Ithe see-.
ii d he lih'irdl becst tihe tirdl prir,c.
AlIi snt12tins nul2st lio sent In on thei'
lank her'wiith. No solit ion unaccomi
n ied biy ai Pa."l suibscipt ion will bie
elepilted. No :solut2 ion mayv be (hanged
ter2 it isi once1 regist ered.
No 02o t te irsl or inldir'eetly asso
ited '( wIth The A14'dver'tiser ill b al
I wed'4 to aiiptt iIto ini this ('Ontest,
To0 ini ur2e'01 cotestatst' re(ceiving the
'il valuei ol the' piz es, agll thos.e who~
ha21. tie fr anyi ize ill bo r'equiired
ft sob I a seond t~i nzzle..i which will hue
Ii (niri2ed formo of thle illustr'ationi
iilow.' Th'e ittuzzle wi'ill coniit of
rwing a "hiun of' c ices across the
harl to tha:t thze figuries in the 'cices
iil ttal the' highest amount. ()ne
e ill b'e allowed inI which to solve
m'auu ; oinii12 subsreipll on being re
ired'2. P'rov'ision for furither ties will
iimadt' to the4 extent. that the( ruzles
or driawi.in te ('hain1 of circl es willI
* chan4 zged for as many211 Rs thr ae id
i122nalI times, af1ter which, If anly ties
4m12412 con testanit will receIv'o the~
111l Vahtie of any p'rize he ori she miay
'1 ti((d 202.
434 65 74 24 96 64 38 96 Vm
72 2o 39 92 (i)58 72 83
36 72 94 28 60 % 0 ~(:
contest Closes at 9 p. m.
WVednesday, Dec. Sist.