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The Carbon County chronicle. [volume] (Red Lodge, Mont.) 1924-1924, June 18, 1924, Image 2

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There will be other days, but there will not be that number this year so important to those engaged in the Chronicle Salesmanship Campaign,
as the period from now until July 2nd. The remaining six big prizes represent a big sum, (with the 10 per cent commission to be paid;) over $180o!
It is to be distributed among the candidates named on this page the day after the campaign closes. All the Chronicle sales force will have a
fund for celebration of the 4th of July, because every active candidate*^ sure to be well paid.
No more candidates will be accepted, the list is corrected to date and is final and official
Just a few words now to the good folks o f Carbon Coun ty who have received a copy of the Chronicle or who are now reading the paper and
this advertisement for the first time. -.. • „
The young people whose names appear in the list have been taking orders for subscriptions to the Carbon County Chronicle for several
weeks and are now nearing the finish of the campaign period. In all about $2000.00 in cash and awards and commissions will be given to them for
their work by this newspaper. L
Eight days more they will receive double credits on subscriptions, after that the remaining six days are not so productive of the credits
upon which the judges will aw ard the prizes.. That w as the rule made at the beginning of the campaign.
If you like the paper now we promise that you will like it better as the years pass. Take a few minutes time, select some one in the sales
manship list and send a check or money order for a years subscription. Or if you prefer, send the order to the Chronicle and the return mail
bring you a receipt and two special ballots for 2000 credits each to cast for your favorite in the campaign.
EITHER WAY WILL SERVE BUT DO IT NOW.
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The $200.00 Diamond Ring has
been in the sales window of the
Beartooth Jewelry Store and has
attracted the attention of a great
part of! the public of Red Lodge.
Stylish and admirable in every
way, it will be a souvenir of ones
work, which can be treasured for
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Now displayed in the Sales
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Purchased of H. P. Sandels, the Red Lodge Agent of the Gard
ner Motor Company. The price of the car, including the equipment
with Balloon Tires is $1350.00 and it is worth every dollar of the
money.
No more striking car will be seen on the road here this year as
for comfort in riding, the balloon tires are mentioned in a late
reading notice which is reproduced here.
Balloon Tires are here to stay and will come more and more into
general use until the time is not far distant when many sizes of high
presure casings will be a thing of the past.
This is the composite opinion of a number of the country's
large car manufacturers who are already producing much of their
out put equipped with balloon tires and who see this type of casing as
standard equipment on nearly all makes and models in the near
future.
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FOR THE HIGHEST REMAINING CREDITS
TEN PLR CENT CASH COMMISSION will be paid every j
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active candidate who does not win any other prize.
CORRECTED LIST OF
CHRONICLE SUBSCRIPTION
REPRESENTATIVES
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George R. Karhu .
Hilda Laurie .
Dante Bartoy.
Anna McConville .
Ruby Nettovan
Lucille Giovetti
Alice Walsh
Harriet Anderson .
Edna Scip .
Mary Savich
Harriet Stewart
Elvah Webber
Leone Renran
Jennie Fowler.
J. E. Patterson
C. J. Wilson .
Abby Christopherson
Nannie Parker .
Blanche Smith .
Red Lodge
Red Lodge
Red Lodge
Red Lodge
Red Lodge
Red Lodge
Red Lodge
Red Lodge
Washoe
Bearcreek
Luther
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And this is not to be wondered at for undoubtedly balloon tires
♦ add to the satisfaction of the motorist in his car. For instance, the
♦ fact that the automobile owner can now set out for a trip with even
I less danger of punctures or blowouts is of great importance. Ball
| oon tires being less taut, with less air pressure behind sidewalls and
I tread, they do not strike sharp objects hard enough to force them
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The new low pressure casings make it easier to drive out of ice
î or dirt ruts; they traction better in deep snow or soft mud; the car
♦ ' coasts more freely; the assurance of a higher general average of
Î speed, because of better traction, brings even better speedometer
I showings; there is no increase in gasoline consumption, but, on the
t contrary an increased mileage per gallon of gas; with the possible
I exception of pulling out from curb with very close clearance balloon
Î tires mean easier steering; breaking is reported superior with the
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+ Another advantage of balloon tires, not often referred to, is
Ï that muddy roads are not cut into so badly, saving the highway and
♦ prohibiting deep ruts, which will damage sidewalls. Tests show that
X except in extreme cases it is not necessary to use chains,
j See the car at 101 North Broadway, at the Chronicle Salesman
| ship Headquarters.
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SECOND PERIOD JUNE 2 TO
JUNE 26
The Carbon County CLronicle
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CAMPAIGN ENDS JULY 2ND

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Hour of closing and late details will be announced next week.
Double Credits Given Until 1 ö P. M. June 26th. From June î
26th to July 2nd inclusive, extra credits will count 20 per cent less »
than the present week. DON'T LOSE THE EXTRA CREDITS be- I
cause the prizes are awarded on the number of credits and not on I
the amount of money turned in. The 20 per cent loss may result in t
your losing a big award. t
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