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19190330-MACK-ST-MN - F J? t r mi I J MX - II- II- .il ' I 1 1 w i e...
F J? t r mi I J MX - II- II- .il ' I 1 1 w i e re The design in each corner of this advertisement represents represents the hood of a MACK Bulldog truck. (It is a distinctive distinctive design, and a familiar sight wherever truck language language is sf-ken.) sf-ken.) sf-ken.) You have seen a number of these MACK trucks in the Twin Cities. You are bound to see many more. When you do see one you cannot fail to recognize it as a MACK, for there is nothing quite like it. MACK trucks are represented by a Direct Factory Branch and Service Station in Minneapolis The International-Mack International-Mack International-Mack Corporation, 1120 First Ave. North. Here a complete line of repair and service parts is constantly constantly available. Competent mechanics are in charge to insure proper replacement or adjustment of any ' truck difficulties. At St. Paul, the MACK is represented by Harry B. Allen, 204 West Sixth St. The Twin City organizations are directly a part of the great International Motor Company of New York, having back of them the vast resources and dominant standing of the parent company. 24-Hour 24-Hour 24-Hour Service DAY, NIGHT, SUNDAY. MACK capacities: capacities: 1 to tons. INTERNATIONAL-MACK INTERNATIONAL-MACK INTERNATIONAL-MACK CORPORATION Direct Factory Branch 1120 First Avenue North J. A. Donnelly, Manager. m 'i 1 ..'r'.-'J ..'r'.-'J ..'r'.-'J M mm IPS) ' 'wEMmmmcE counts

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  1. Star Tribune,
  2. 30 Mar 1919, Sun,
  3. Page 54

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