I powerful. P^ksß^^^^^ ; ’ :^'> - -‘X« •• %'•' ’*&s&£ l ' HP vv > * .;•<>. - v w -^;;: |g "ty- s < % -s . p§&; ■ ijjj M* TIRE-CHIEF The U. S. Government specifies for its emergency use: • 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 eration—” (excerpt from U. S. Govt, pamphlet VV-M-571) Fire-Chief Gasoline exceeds these specifications! j p jtp '■*: . + r . S II \- 11 «&[ c v Ttegi i I ,^- 11 %?M*jfi%. '/' 'I > v • „ ; " | 11 .• <:• ■ $ II f.?T-<.\ ® '*%’M >. § m Ak mafoililTWffir 11 I V 1 jj| i II # IILV *Jd ■ i ' 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 emergency equipment. J.H. CONGER Agent Edenton, N. C. GASOLINE 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 tn . , _ PAGE FIVE

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