Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 3, 1928 · Page 8
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 8

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 3, 1928
Page 8
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i-. : PAGE ElfiHT THE TOLA DAn .Y RRGTS^TRR. Tl New Nash Convertible 6 Cabriolet motor a Here's the most startling development in, the whole history of 6-' cylinder engineering—th^ Nash 7-i3EARiNG motor;: Take the wheel of this Adranced Six 4-D6or Sedan for thirty minutes and then you'll realize how much a 4'bearing CAN'T do, that a 7- bearing one DOES., It's the SMOOTHEST motW that ever powered an autpmobile— full pressure lubricated to prevent noise and wear^ car ever had There's not a hint of vibrat thror^^h the full range of and speed. Nash balances clutch, flywhe {THE NEW NASH :on all Ipower :l,and crankshaft as a single unit to make that absolutely certain. Note the rich interior of this model. 'Ihe lujfurioCu genuj-^e tufted voty hair upholstery, ^tractive vanity case and smoking set, Irathef mounted! . i Observe tl^t Nash uses-genuine i walnut for the steering wheel. And the instrument board, as well as the crown panel aboi^e, thi win* dow moldings and door pahels, are done in walnut finish. Bring your car in when you come to see this Advanced Six Sedan. You'll get the greatest LIBERALITY in terms. DRIVE around today. IS A GREAT AUTOMOBILE! NASH MOTOR SALES CO. 214 North Jefferson Phone 720 BEST WISHES a More Cars Run on Goodyear Tires than on Any dther Kind The Grea^test Tirp Company in the world makes them to outperform any other tire on the road. We try io make our service as good as the tire. Kessinger Tire Shop Snappy, Coarteous Service S.W. Corner Square Phone 372 E{JDAY EVENING; JAT^UARY 3. mz. 3 New Special Six 4:Dd0rCoupe Special Six Models Victoria and a Standard Six Cabriolet Thrw uow models, euch di-iilmijod nnnouiicwJ. by Tbp'N'auh Motors! Spcciut Six 4-door Coup« at fl. 4 -paH »enBi»r Victoria at $1,295, f. coavprtlbic Cabriolet at %WTt. f. <i to iiM>et' a popular demand, are Company. The n^w earn are a t. o. b. fflctory, a Special SU|o.- b. factc^y, nnd a Standard Six b. fnctory: WItb addltiuii of these new cdrs, twenty -four dlHtinctive modela, ill tifm MC5 to $1,990 f. o. b. factory was designed especially to rae«t a aa with alL o ;ther modeU. In tile Special Si« 4-d »H )r Couie ccptional charm and utllhy. Tt 1 i distin^uiabed at first Klance by K» rakish front end visor and ft.s b^ndsoine custom trunk at the rear. UpbolRtery la taupe mohair, debply the panelliiss of genuine walnut i ad luxury to the Interior, a handsoi le adding further to the co'nvcniem ? Bhell. • In keeping with iu striking outjward the car is fitted and trimmed in is genuine walsnt; the instrument finish, and the upholstery is gean Beating arrangements are provld^ four passengers, and,when not 1 B forward out of the way. A larg^ has been provided for packages In the Standard. Six Cabi^olet, J in the design and conatmction of riolet bning not only modish In well. It is a clo.sed car. with lop and windows lowered. In reality Bumpers and bun.perette« on standard equipment. The body and rear deck are deep Burgundy the moulding the body is biege wh are black. Contrasting with the with nickel trimmings. Upholstery of-the broad front sdat seat Is of gray leather, rugged, prqcttcal the Nash line now embraces lilxes. aiul ranging in pric« Each of the three new cars. d«mand for a car of ila type and Nash nrii^s^nU a model of.ei- bullt for flvB passengers and is smart leather-finished back, tta in-built, nickel-strapped tufted which, together wlthj fine hardware add an air of vanity case and smoking set of cowl'lamps and radiator appearance, the interior of jgood taste. The steering wheel board and panela are^ walnut |ine mohair in harmbniotis gray. to comfortably accommodate |use, the folding seat may be set oompartnient in-the rear^deck parcels. aitd Nash has made a decided advance cars of this type, the hew pab- a|ppearance biit a utility car as and an open car with top back two cars in one. i uto Ihe Standard Six Cabriolet are cofnblnatlon is striking. The hood OS arc also the wheela. B^ow le the fend «r8 and running gear bannoiiy is th« Burbanb top cdlor 1 and the) comfortable rumble and good looking. The following is a list of those who have purchase N^h Automobiles from us during the past two years; Dr. V. S. Beattle J. E. Smith, Piquu C. H. Arbuckle M. B. Brownfield PhU S. Ray E: A. Lewis F. J. Horton D. .Mlneainger H. N. Stephenson R. E. Sullivan Dr. J. T. Ueid A N. Kohlenbrener Wayne AVhite Max Spkolow Ellis Golden, Lone Elm Louis Schlanger W. T. Smith • C. S. Flicklnger, Chanutc A. £. Jones, KanBa.s City Miss. Dora Adams E. H. LeiUbach, Humboldt C. K. Payne,. Kansas City C. S. Flickinger. Chanute Flo>-<I Walton George Ottcn L. B. Chevalier M. B. Brownfield S. A. Bixby L. C. Neiinan, Piqua C. A. Spriigue, Madison W. H. Bitaler M. B. Brownfield Joe Glass Frank Giest, Humboldt Harold Santee, Lone Elm F. J. Horton 8. A. Bixby M. T. Snilth Leo Collins. Plqua A. E. Balllett C. w; Hall, Humboldt C. J. McClelland IT . L. B. Uavell l*e Moore • J. K. McCreittdy. Mildred : \L T. Reyehberger, Greeley ^ r. T. Smith I olland Horn, Gamctt C. W. Burnalde I r. R. 0. Christian l^red Oibbs,;Kincald ! E. Sutherland Fobert Fife Victor Kirk J F.jBveo- C Canatsey G A. Rivers. A M. Tippie, Elsmore S aaley Kirk R >b*rt McCpy , B F. CoUtna, Piqua Vt. D. Schooiey. Welda OS. Fairweiither ; F oyd Walton, Blddred Cyde ThompBon R.EL McDonald \\ine I Botcher D-. .6. L. Oarliaghouse C. H. Smith - , K^rcrfd Serene, Welda Rol>ert;Plfe ; Cljirlea Bi^bp D ; F., S. BeatUe . John Kopper?, Humboldt B<mtce Dickinson Tiylor ' L. B. Horvilfc G< orge Reynolds ) Colonel LAnybn M. Upton -! R. Card Nejwtoii Brigfaam Ca H Middleton possesses Swung close to the road, with and small wheels, the Nash ity which Is a new achievement i great .N'ash. 7-bearing motor wltl endows them with flashing, super smooth ;iUes. And the way they are' cushioned by the new iiecret process alloy this great p<jwer-ability of their the' fullest. Over rough surfaces, find remarkable comfort when these car6. And always you bavcj knowing that the famous| N'ash lent ever produced In the indust^Tr- safe as it is delightful. ydu low, sweeping body lines a dei^ree of roadabil- tbe closed car field. The which 'they are powered .performance qual- from every.,shock, steel spTliigs, meaas that moto^p C8B be enjoyed tol at the highest speeds, you ^rive oti ride in oije of the fullest satisfaction of 4|-wheel brakes—most efflc- —make your driving as To All OwiFriends and Patrons To All Nash Owners We Wish a Happy and Prosperous Nash Sales 214 North Jeffeifsori Phooe 720. Advanced 6 FourlDoor Sedan The New Bifkx Superb Cuslmon BUmpers ^ The New Biflex Varsity Paraletl BarlBtmpers Worthy of the Nash Car See Them At Nash M^tor Sales Co. . .PROTECTION WHEN NEEDED DISTINCTION ALL THE TIME OTHER BIFLEX PRODUCTS DYNETO ELECTRIC WINllSHIELD WIPER OILOSTAT—WATCk DOG OF THE MOTOR The Biflex Corporation 'Waukegan. IlIinGi .s \X7HY does Golden * * Texaco Motor Oil flow at zero? Answer: Texaco is free from paraffin wax and cylinder stock. These substances cause unsuitable oib to thicken • and "freeze" at lower The difference between the. ne^ Texaco i temperatures. Gasoline and all other gasolines largely a 5 ' Tezacopare. difference of wetness and drynes^. Because : T F Y of its lugher volatility and freedom from ] M^OR OIL^ heavy, ends, the new and better Texaco \ ciean,cieai .Qoidm vaporizes vvhere other gasolines only atomize, i Texaco is a dry gas. You w^l find an ^ easier start, quicker pick-up and'increased:' mileage and smoothness jin every gallon. ; ' Let us .show you how different a gasoline- can be. Our customers are enthiTsiastic. The New and Better Clean, Clear, Golden TEXACO TEXACO GASOLINE r MOTOR OIL CITY OIL CO. D. C. Dnllea Distributors Geo. C. Dalgarnp

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