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1% fAGE FO UR
Brand New-Latest Model'
Equipped with Starters
and Demountable Rims.
C. W. Jewett Co.
IN EACH DISTRICT
Here is the Credit Schedule for
Subscriptions turned in during
Terminating October 8)
I My ('MfiiiTl My Mull)
CriMllts Trice Credits I'rlfo
jft months. $.1.00
1 voar. $il.m)
2 VtHirs. .?U'.0O
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,'00. $2.50. r.o
..1.50H... $&.00. .l.iiilO. .S2.00. -101*
.8,000.. .$10.0(1. .S.OOO. ...$4.00, .:i,000
these dandy touring cars. This is an American campaign filled with all the last 8 "Big Credit Days."
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^n3 h^re'i^ the Credit 'Schedule
for Subscriptions turned in dur
(Terminating October 25)
(l!y Cunlor) (By Mail)
THE ^BEMfbil DAILY PldNEER
O/Vir ONE MORE WE
$.".00. .1,000. .?'-.0
10.00. .6,000.'. .$1.00
If you really knew you could win one of the handsome prizes The Pionee^will- things that typical Americans likesuch as. hustle, chance, opportunity, speed,
award October 29, you would pull off your coat, roll up your sleeves, an(|ftusj|e l^^ryeverything combined in a manner to make it' exhilarating and worth-
day and night, wouldn't you? But when you have an equal chance with the^^^hile. /L~^
others to own one of them, why hesitate in getting busy? WHY? Self-reliance Hr,
is all you need. Muster up all the determination you possess-for lack of cour- Do you want one of the two touring cars?, If you.do, what keeps you out of this
age is the only thing that will prevent you from being the proud owner of one of interesting and profitable race? GET BUSY NOW.
Only 8 days morecount them yourselfjust one week in which to secure "Fiijst Period" credits in The Pioneer's
Greater Circulation Campaign. Just 8 days more in which to redeem all promises8 days in which to gather in enough
subscriptions and credits to "cinch" the prize you most desire. This is your last chance for Big Credits. Never again
during this short campaign will it be possible to secure so many credits on subscriptions as between now and Oct. b.
REMEMBER THE DATE.
To hold back subscriptions, or to rely on "promises" to subscribe at a later date simply means that you will have to taKe
less credits on such subscriptions. We are putting it up to you squarely. If you entertain any idea of winning a big prize
\ydu cannot possibly afford to let these last few "Big Credit Days" pass without having done your very best. Hard work
NOW will count for:more than all ..the. regrets in the world after the race is over. ______
While here is the Credit Schedule
for the Subscriptions turned in
(Last week ending October 29)
iBv Carrier) (By Mail)
Criee Credits Price Credits Price Credits
6 months. $8.00... tSO... $2.50... 250...
1 vear. ?6.00... S00... $.
..00... 800. .$2.00... 200
2 vears. .$12.C0. ..1.000. .?10.00. 4,000. $1.00. .1.700
0F THE "FIRST PERIOD"
SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1, 1921
The Pioneer does not ask the,club members to
canvass for subscriptions and then take the chance
of petting nothing for their efforts. The Pioneer
agrees to pay all club members who participate in
this campaign a each commission of 20 per cent
($1 out of every $5 collected), for all subscription
money turned in, provided they turn in one or more
subscriptions each time the credits are counted, af
ter they start to work, and in the event that such
members do not win one of the prizes, The Pioneer
solicitors are not flirting with a game of chance for
all active participants will be fittingly rewarded.
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