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From the Ipswich Tribune

July 17, 1930 edition

Receives Bonus for Work

T. E. Jones left his home Monday morning at exactly six o’clock bound for the country to do service work among the farmers. He had 2000 pigs to treat for worms this week and proposed to get an early start. His son Leighton started at about the same time for his work in Campbell County.

The elder Jones received $25.00 in gold as special bonuses because of the volume of sales made during the month of June as a special recognition from the Moorman company. In May he led the salesmen of the entire United States. Leighton receiv...


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