EL PASO HERAED
Week-End Edition, Rpptemher 4-5, 1920.
That truck tray" eomtaff more
ad mora to make'thelr purchase sot
3 thft buU of initial coat Xft cm the
--ospect of lonsr. oontiaiKma sorvlee,
the assertion of M. L X&quin, dis
nbjtor of Wh te trucks In this ter
Performance in a motor truck Is
The important factor," declares Mr.
aquin "So many different makes r
T-jcks are being offered for sale for
uch a variety of reasons that the
pie fundamentals of value In a
ck are apt to be overlooked by
r mporixnt question to ask Is,
o- ion? has the truck been builtr
truck has been operated a
.Tber of years It has had no chance
n p-ov Its life It Is still experl-
p ua1 There are Whites, eight and
ne tears old. "Which have run 2vO,9M
r 300 000 miles and are still in the
J- is important to consider, too,
--at -i truck has actually done, over
ieri dd of years in the hands of
ousands of owners. The steadiness
h which it works, its ratio of days
- active service, is an Important fac-
- in low coat pf hanUng. All rec-
-s of which we have any knowledge
jaily high operating percentage.
w no are tbe owsers' Is another
of Fellows Who Had
"Right O' Way"
HAVING the riKht of way
does not relieve a motorist
from the responsibility of
exercising- vigilance while driving.
He should remember that another
fellow, coming down a side street,
may have the same Idea, and that
It will be too late to argue with
him after the accident occurs.
Cemeteries contain many graves
where motolsts who had the "right
where motorists who had the
"right of way" lie burled.
QoestiOB that demands answering. If
lsxtre fleet users, governed by com
parative cost records, buy a certain
make, year after year, in ever-in
creasing numbers, their choice is
pretty safe guide. There are over
3W6 White fleets to aetive' service.
totaling more tnan 3ft,w wnne
trucks, exclusive of all single truck
"These are matters that every pros
pective truck buyer should settle to
his own satisfaction before he closes
with any dealer.
Tenement, extra good buy.
Le eninaD, Ih. 4604.
506 SL El Paso St. Adv.
supplies at Gandara's. Adv.
Trade Mark B
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I Quick Tire Service, Inc. I f L , 2
H D. C. Booth. Mgr. I jLse It
Sm Texas at Kansas I $$. Jr 0
M Phone 7007 Ta-VWN"
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The opening of the Buick Motor
company's factory branch in Bl Paso
at Mesa avenue and Montana street,
shows that the growth of EI Paso
has not gone unnoticed by one of the
leading automobile manufacturers.
The Buick branch is the first direct
factory automobile branch house to
be opened In this city and Is the third
Buick branch established In Texas.
the other two being located at Dallas
and San Antonio, and it is one of a
chain of branches maintained by the
Buick company in the principal cities
01 tne country.
Tbe Buick Motor company is one
of the largest producers of motor cars
in tne worio. its lactones at xrunt,
Mich., cover more than 2v0 acres of
ground and during the past year the
average daily output was cars a
The new branch will be a distribut
ing point for Buick cars and spare
parts in the southwest. This will
assure the dealers closer coopera
tion with the factory In harmony with
the Buick plan to make better serv
ice for dealers and owners.
Complete Parts Department.
A complete stock of parts will be
carried in the stock room covering
the entire second floor of the branch.
This stock room Is equipped with the
latest steel bins and compartments.
They can be taken down easily and
quickly and arranged In any size bin
desired. It brings Buick parts and
service 3000 miles and many days
nearer to the southwest.
The personnel of the branch has
been carefully selected from the
Buick organ! ration and are par
ticularly fitted for their respective
positions by reason of their training
and familiarity with Buick policies.
The manager, J. A- Hart, was
formerly with the Buick branch at
Dallas; the sale manager, J. C De
Varona, has been located at the fac
tory in Flint for several years; B- N.
Moses, the chief clerk; H. B. Hlxon,
parts superintendent, and Mtsa
Nadlne Locas, of the correspondence
department, received their training
at the Dallas branch.
The Watkins Motor company will
continue to have charge of the retail
bales of Buick cars and parts in KI
Paso and vicinity, and will render
such service as may be required by
The new branch will prove of mate
rial assistance to them in their work
and with the two organizations work
ing hand In hand with the factory
Buick owners are assured of having
their needs well cared for.
KISSEL CARS ARRIVE.
After several delays due to railroad
tieups in east Texas the Jones Motor
company has received fls first carload
of Kissel cars. They are on exhibit
In their new salesroom on San Fran
cisco street. W. J. Farthing, the
branch manager. Is working day and
night showing off the canary colored
roadster. The car will make Its bow
to the public in the stock car parade
at the races in Juarex Sunday afternoon.
Want Kodak Finishing T Se Gas
BT DUNK BOTTS.
We Buy and Sell
MID-CONTINENT OIL STOCK
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Green, Marigold. HHebel Prod, attonaL oe, Osage, Okla. O. A K-,
bammles, 6eamans, Tcrmsn, Texao AmaL, Texas OaHed, Wright, Wilcox
and ether stock traded In dally. Get yonr data and quotattans from head
quarters. Latest Qoota&en and information about any actlTe er Inactive
Iid-Ceatinent (Kansas. OUa, La, and 2?o. Central Texas) oil stock cheer
fully furnished. Nothing to promote.
CURRIER & COMPANY
Kama, CUjv Ma. S
609-604 XepaMIe BuHeter.
JEFFERSON P0TL0CKS, -who recent
J ly lefomefl tsi joined the chrcxefc.
sit bii iiszer while trying to drive a
sail this moraine.
The raooa hasn't shone any around
here co-w for several nights. If it don't
pat in its appearance tonight Sile K3
dfw says he is a mind to go over on
the other sice of Hssset Ridge and
find ont what the trouble is.
Hiss Hostetter Bocks has written a
poem in which she remands the public
that summer is slowly toting away
and that npon its heels will gradually
come antcmn. Cricket Eicks says it
does that way nearly every year.
Motor Car Owners
We have just received a large Aipment of WINDSHIELD GLASS,
and for a short time we are selling at exceedingly low prices. Standard
sizes for aH make cars.
Size 10x38 $5.95
Size 12x38 $6.60
NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR SETTING.'
Drive around and let us replace your broken glass.
Tuttle Paint & Glass Co,
PAINT MANUFACTURERS JOBBERS.
112 N. Stanton St.
MOTORISTS ANXIOUS FOR "GAS"
USE CAMOUFLAGED TANKS
In the gasoline shy states of the Pa
clflc coast, gasoline hoarding is be
coming an art. Innumerable deyfcea
are used by motorists to get a larger
supply than the sales restrictions al
low. One motorist was fovnd with
camouflaged tanks on his running
boards, under his hood and cowl and
seats and hnng from the back of the
car. Altogether they were capable
of holding 75 gallons.
A Line O Cheer
Each Day O' The Year f
By JOHN KKXDRICK BANGS.
IF yon would irrigate yonr soul
And tarn It Into frultfalneas
Seek ont the streams that down
And from the- hills of learning press.
Let the rich rills of wisdom ran.
And through your spirit dance and
And the fair fruits of knowledge won,
Oatn a new harreat every day.
A SOOTHING THOUGHT.
some great sol of generous
CRUDE RUBBER IMPORTS
INCREASE LN LAST YEAR
A marked Increase in the amount
of crude rubber imported Into this
country Is shown by figures for the
fiscal year, ending June 19, 19.0.
compiled by the National City bank
of New York. During the year tvO.
000,000 pounds were imported, as com
pared with 1S2.000.000 In 1019. Two
thirds of the amount Imported was
used for auto tires.
AUTO STEALING rnOFITABLK.
Auto thieves prospered last year
In 10 of tht largest cities. 31.39 cars
were stolen. 5736 more than daring
the year before. Of those stolen, 8017
valued at $8.68,3SO were not recovered.
And nenetratlnjr wit.
To give rae millions fm inclined
To think despite his action kind
Fd get no good from It,
For I am sure th news itself
That I'd come into so much pelf
Would so excite ray heart and head
That Td drop dead.
And truly. I would rather be
Lire Lazarus of coin dented.
Doomed to a breathing poverty.
Than Midas nnutuaUnea.
Copyright. 1020. by the McClure
FULL Use of KODAKS and KODAK
supplies at Gandara'a, Adv.
So easy to drop Cigarette,
Cigar, or Chewing habit
No-To-Bac has helped thousands to
break the costly, oerve-shatterlne to
bacco habit. Whenever you have a
longing for a smoke or chew, iusl
place a harmless No-To-Bac tablet
in nnp month Instead. All desire
stops. Shortly the habit Is completely
broken, and yoa are better off men
tally, physically, financially. It's so
easy, so simple. Get a box of No-To-Bac
and If It doesn't release yoa from
all craving for tobacco In any form,
yonr druggist will refnnd yonr money
witnout question. no-Ao-oac is ubbo
(it the owners of Cascarets: therefore
is thoroughly reliable. Adv.
The aristocrat of the speedster type with two extra seats over
the running boards.
Comfort and beauty of lms strikingly manifest
Economy of operation and marotrnanrc reduced to a mmkaraft.
Come in and Med the Kissel Line
JONES' MOTOR COMPANY
2 1 8 San Francisco Street
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CONSIDERED By MANY MOTORISTS THE BEST FABRIC JIgJ THE AttEBJOW. MAgKEJ
APR0DUCT OF'tHE HOUSE'OF 5PRECKELS1
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less as the maters of the Great Salt Sea, is behind The Spreckels "Savage" Tire Company!
in its purpose of manufacturing for you, 0 Motorists, dependable goods of merit. Great &
the name of Spreckels, and only those goods that are uxrthy of bearing thai name araj
allotted to leave our doors. Our task is a pleasant one, for. toe aee building tj to.
standard of perfection, not down to a price.
In our "D" Type tire we have found expression for the high ideals of a great BOUSEji
ft have given you the best that is in us. We have Built to ExceL
In the great effort to make our "D" Type worthy of the name te bear, and to fuByJ
reflect the purpose behind the making of it, tue have put into it all the wisdom given us bw
the Great Spirit, and all of our many years of experience. Our method is the best we knots;'
cur search for flaws is never-ending; cur raw materials thz finest in all the world. ajj
On the rocky trails of the mountains; on the smooth pavements of the cities; cmthe;
heated reads of the sandy desert; over the mud and stones of the land of forests; over i
broad highways of the plains; has our "D" Type been tried and not found wanting. A
the word has gone forth in all the land that it is "the best fabric tire on the American market";!
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320-322 TEXAS STREET, EL PASO, TEXAS. TEL. 274
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