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Horatio's Esso Service Station #2, newest addition to the chain of server stations operated by Horatio Thompson: dedicated Sept. 7th and 6th, is located at 6278 Scenic Highway, Baton Rouge, La. It is the newest, most modern and largest of 200 Esso stations operated by Negros throughout the 18 states in which the ESSO STANDARD OIL. Co. operates. This new building cost $45,000 and is equipped with over $12.000 worth of furniture and Fixtures. They have obtained a G.E. franchise and Goodyear distributorship selling home appliances, sporting goods accessories and wheel goods, which can be purchased on the installment plan.
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"Happy Motoring" with Esso 
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