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The U. S. Government specifies for its
• grade of motor fuel which is suitable for ambulances,
lire engines, military and naval equipment, and other emer
gency vehicles under adverse conditions of starting and accel
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THE X&ofrAK jftERALP, EDENTQN, N. C., THURSDAY,, "' DECEMBER 13, 1934.
IT takes plenty of power to shoot a
ten-ton fire engine through traffic.
And that’s what Fire-Chief Gasoline
was made to do!
Today more than ever, Fire-Chief is
even better than the U. S. Government
specifies for “emergency” service. It’s
faster-more powerful—higher in anti
knock value than ever before!
At Zero or Below
Starts 47% Quicker
Than the U. S. Government requires for its
Edenton, N. C.
Put this “emergency” gasoline to work I
in your car. It gives you everything you 1
want—does everything better—at the ]
price of ordinary gasoline. •
Try a tankful today at the red Texaco
pump. A livelier, more powerful car
will tell you why Fire-Chief is today
bought by more tourists than any other
brand of gasoline!
FILL YOUR CAR
WITH TEXACO GAS
AND HAVOLINE MOTOR OIL
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