According to an unnamed newspaper* from Marble Falls, Texas circa 12-1916:
Michel and Mezger were selling agents for Ford cars at the Ford Garage. New features of the cars included a large radiator and enclosed face, hood with streamlined effect, crowned fenders both front & rear, entire black finish and nickle (sic) trimmings. Ad stated that there were more than 1,500 Ford cars in active service.
Mrs. J. G Mezger and sons had a posting notices that there were no hunting, fishing, trapping, or depredations of any other character on all lands owned or controlled by them.
*This newspaper may have been published by H E Faubion, Jr and may have been called "The Messenger". Cost was 5 cents a copy or $2.00 a year by mail.
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