OED entry for "to have no truck with":
a. ‘Traffic’, intercourse, communication, dealings. Now usu. in negative contexts: to have no truck with (a person or thing), etc.
a1625 J. Fletcher Chances ii. i, in F. Beaumont & J. Fletcher Comedies & Trag. (1647) sig. Aaa4/1, Harke ye Frederick, What truck betwixt my Infant?
1790 D. Morison Poems 106 Nor does our blinded master see The trocks between the Clerk and she.
1809 J. Skinner Ep. to Capt. R. B. xv, Ye and I have had a trock This forty year.
1866 N. & Q. 3rd Ser. 9 400/1 [In Suffolk] A man who has left off courting a girl, says that he has ‘no more truck along o'har’.
1894 Blackwood's Edinb. Mag. June 748 You would think he is a Christian to see the troke there is between that beast and my man.
1899 R. Whiteing No. 5 John St. xxvi. 259 Fust time in 'er life..she's ever 'ad any truck with any of them sort.
1929 H. S. Walpole Hans Frost iii. iii. 333, I don't want to have any truck with the world at all.
1938 M. K. Rawlings Yearling xi. 112 Mebbe your Ma's right. Mebbe you hadn't ought to have no truck with the Forresters.
1948 Mind 57 17 Others will have no truck with images, and declare that when we remember we are directly apprehending the past occurrence.
1952 J. L. Waten Alien Son 97 She would have no truck with so-called midwives who practised spells and incantations.
1960 ‘J. Bonett’ & ‘E. Bonett’ No Grave for Lady i. 13 Wasn't there a story going about..that Lotte Liselotte was having truck with him?
1975 S. Heaney North 58 We tremble near the flames but want no truck With the actual firing.http://www.oed.com/view/Entry/206853?rskey=CU...