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Arizona republican. [volume] (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1890-1930, August 06, 1919, Image 5

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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1919
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The unlimited mileage guarantee,
on which 'Royal Cord' Tires have
been sold since their introduction
four years ago, proved so popular,
that it was extended to cover the
remaining tires in the line Nobby',
'Chain', 'Usco' and 'Plain' fabric pas
senger tires, and also 'Nobby Cord'
pneumatic and solid tires for trucks.
All United States Tires are guar
anteed to be free from imperfections
in material and workmanship during
their entire life regardless of mile
age run. Their performance is not
limited to any specific mileage.
United States Tires are sold purely
on a quality basis as the longest
mileage tires that the present art of
tire manufacture makes possible.
That is why, even with its con
stantly enlarging capacity, the United
States Tire Company is unable to
keep pace with the growing demand
for its tires.
Compared to the millions of United
States Tires sold so few are returned
for adjustment that the adjustment
problem insofar as it concerns users
of United States Tires, has become
one of minor importance.
If, at any time during its life, any
United States Tire proves defective,
its owner is entitled to a fair and
square adjustment an adjustment
that is backed by the good faith of
the oldest and largest rubber manu
facturing company in the world.
United States Tire Company
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