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The Erfdy family and iKrir Ckriroli
Chevrolet Carries Them All
"Wc needed a ear very badly. a* ray husband
and 18 year old son had been *-nlkin(j to wirk
every day. leaving home early in *he rooming
and uetlinj; hack late in the evening. We also
had to hire sumeime to deliver our supplies. This
always cost us $2.SO per trip. Now that we have
a Chevrolet Superior Car we save money and
time, ami wc certainly enjoy our family drives
even if we are a little crowded. The sturdy
Chevrolet carries the thirteen of us anywhere wc
wish to go."
Mrs. Bessie I. Eddy
^?* d?? r? ri....,/,//.#
"When we moved her* r fsumi it almost
i^poaii'uic io get a place to live unless we moved
to the suburbs, for the landlords simply refused
to take children. When we would l?>cate some
charming bungalow the question of transportation
would arise fur iny husband was on a salary
and every dollar had to be counted to make ends
"We were f?>rced to rent a place in the suburbs
and every night my husband would come home
tired after the long ride in the crowded street
car. Something had to be done, so we took our
bank balance of $200 for a down payment on a
Chevrolet. We easily took care of the monthly
payments by saving carfares I drove my husband
to work, on the way home left the boys at
school and did my marketing saving a great
deal in this way i and in the evening called for
them again. Or. Sundays wc took lovely trips
at much less cost than the excursion trips wc had
M. , < I,.,. !. H W
"Wr were able to uve so much by having a
car that we turned in the touring car for n sedan
which is also satisfying us in every way."
Mrs. Charles H Wiener
3<?05 Berenice Ave . L?? Annclr*. Calif
Banker Advises Farmer to Buy a
Chevrolet, and Lends the Money
"My farm is 6 miles from the tr.wn where we
havr to market our produce. This made it
necessary for me to take my horses out of the
field at least one day a week. If we went to
church on Sunday it meant driving the horses
most of the day instead of letting them rest.
I figured if I had a car I could go to the mill
or blacksmith shop at noon white the horses
Mwrrc resting. It seemed as though a car would
about double ntv working hours.
*'t told all this to my banker, and he said.
"Absolutely a car is a necessity on a farm. Wr
will let you have the money you need to buy
"We've had that car four years and it has been
a great benefit to us as well as a pleasure, and
at a cost of $8.25 for repairs."
J. H. Nagle
J. H- Nafl? ?nd family with Chevrolet hit banker
helped him to buy
u r-ves /?? t -tx t t v* rf
UC1UI C UUJ 1115
Dealer and Lej
With Chevrolet" J
"It would take some (
k* ' mighty tall arguments and
VyWj startling recotds to con
vitKt our family that any
^Kp*' other make of car could
T come anywhere near Riving
a us the satisfaction and
B pleasure that our Chevrolet
jt j has Riven us. I have driven
HI try ^'prr.^: Tuutinn car
1 5.000 miles tn 15 months
UBkZ, J9ppfl and it's never failed :ne.
RSsr I get better than 20 miles
t<< the gallon of gas through
sand and heavy roads."
R. J. Meyer
rt Appletoo. Wis.
Earns S500 a Trip ^
"Chevie has paid for itself a couple of timet over
and in such an easy and pleasant way, too.
I've had my 490 four years during which time
t utours through New England
anil thj-i vi inity. I can take a party of four on
a 2.000 mile trip for less than the cost of the
journey by rail, ami crsily clear $300 on the trip.
"My Chevrolet has been driven 30.000 mile-,
and I am soing to use it another year, at which
time I h<>pc to invest in a Sedan ami make a
Miss E. M. Hrrrone
<919 Fifth St . N W Washington. D C.
Mis* llwron* with party at Hawthorne's "Huui
A Little Each Day Brings a
"We were spending 44c in carfare every tune
we went to se?- my father who had been ill for
nine months for that money we could ride
around a wholr week in a car. When father was
;iblc to be up he loogca 10 gn uin w
friends. Finally we decided we must make this
possible for hirn. and how he did smile when we
took him out for the first time in 10 months.
"It was not hard for us to make the monthlv
poymcnts for we ??vc mojuy in many ways by
having the c; r. We often drive out into the
country and load up with vegetables and fruit,
saving from $2 to $J a week. Every week when
we put the money away for our rent, we put away
$5 or $6 for the car and at the end of the month
we had our payment together. The upkeep is
not heavy ami when you stop to figure how much
carfare you can save in a month, you will see
your way clear to own a car."
Mrs. A. Herold
.1.100 W ??th St.. Cleveland. Ohio
William Ctif*r and children enjovm* ?hr Hi.?4
Oi.? . in (heir Chevrolet
"Now We Know We're Living"
"How to enjoy life and do it economically
that was our problem. Being a family with a
moderate income, it was first necessary for us to
have the essentials of life but wc also wanted our
children to enjoy Nature and see the country
around us. We couldn't go on foot and we'd
' almost rather stay at home tluin be crowded into
' a street car or train. Finally we decided that
'? we would arrange our budget to include the
k monthly payments on a car. Investigations soon
I showed us that a Chevrolet was the car we
wanted. Wc had to cut out many things that
we thought were essential but the enjoyment we
got out of the car made up for our economies a
irn About the >
Y & DICK!
iriences of tl
lundred fold. We did not know wf wm living
intil wt started to go around in our car. and now
we have economical transportation for business
William Geiger |
Union Courw, L<?c Iilamt
Earns Day and Night i
"Here's my Chevrolet in its daytime dress. J
I have equipped it so that I can carry two 12- ?
loot extension lajfei't iwo o-toot ladders ]
which 1 use every day in my window cleaning
business. If I want to use the car in the evening
or on Sunday to take the family out. I just
D. Bland*a buainru-plcaaurt Ch**rol?l
rcadjr for work
remove the ladder hanging equipment. In this
way it yields return* in busr.c? *u?i pleasure."
Matthew D. Bland
241 Ales Street. Bridceport. Conn.
1 Meets Emergency
\ "My work call* for cor
- \ stnnt and unfailing perform '
\ ancc on the part of a motor
t V car. As manager of a building
?/**"*% material business, tny work
tm A takes me out amtmg the
**> \ farmers on country roads ah
A most daily I frequently use
jk--,-1. A my car to haul heavy com
inodities like cement and
LL-" > 1 T brick, on rush orders, when
our ^ao'l,'cs arc overtaxed.
cHmK# - "This seventeenth
f year as a motorist, so I 'ought
^t" know' when I say that
r Chevrolet has the stamina
1 * and flexibility for giving allaround
?* lh* tation."
C M Irwin
_ * '^wBI iy
Thr Clwwpl?t which helps P. R. Wood mII cas
Wins Front Rank With Chevrolet
"With the aid or my Chevrolet I've kept my
territory sale* in the front rank, and my expense
account hns been much lower than those of our
other salesmen. I've driven my Chevrolet, carrying
a heavy load of demonstrator cash registers.
18.471 miles in less than nine months, over al!
kinds of roads. I've never had the bearings
tightened, only one spark has been out of
the motor, I've never been hung up on the mad,
and the water in my radiator has never boiled."
P. R. Wood
r? 5 Altoona. Pa
Six Years Old and
"Wc don't know how
many miies this car lias gone
in the last six years, fur the
roads around here are so had
that we couldn't keep our
speedometer working, but I
we know it's giving us the J
service we want just had nA .1
the valves ground. an?l it
runs like new. We arc using
the same curtains that came
with the car, and the finish
"The way this cur acts I yMAQD
don't think we'll need a new LBHS9E
one for sirar time, but it
will be a Chevrolet when I
do get one."
James Oldham m
e Call on the N<
Ipw Wav tn Pai
^ *-* m,
1 jJ HHL B. N"rv'
of Ra*r>I,nr -p, trr th<'hTj'^^?ly^Z
m^hy, '.T' b5 G?org?
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-* *'--SS?: 'SiSfe#^ - <
** their motm r
S.000 Milt* and Not u r'ent For B
Repair* hef<">' tt
"I tavm't ?prnt on<- cm! I he j ft.t O
Chcvr(4ct Suprruw Tourmi , ^ ^ CO cc
5.000 mile* of hard drivin I havr l? \
270 Ballon* of gas and 7 i; ai ?rf 0,i 23t<l
it out and see if I'm n ;t>ng ~ HrfrjM.?pr or de
tiansportation. We mad. 2<*>0 ^ ^ ^ act
-*"< Bp vi J.
W. Bliiiard and family fuat mfif their I Cl|,K
trip?< K??rol?t foe economical 1 xportation I
through West Virginia. Virgin.. Maryland and Mt?r and I
Pennsylvania, and although smv < f the roads m* nlai'
were almost imp Mr.wecamr B* c0 ,
through in great vU ." B<t dated
J. W Blizzard by '
< Via caff on Expenses Pay loi *^c
^ For Chevrolet Mie Co'
| "Wr had to hav? .uto trans ltk N*1
M^BL poration for ?ny h.. .'.. ,n.i -there ^ land
was no question .1 that and ?V ^.
our old car was m^tint! more ltt
than it was worth. \V decided lpntnt
that a Chevrolet the eat tl
we wanted, for we had -seen the J tl4V
arrv.ee it rend cm' friends. \ 5
W "But in order to buy this new wv 1?
car we had to deny irvlvn Ljde
something. so after sti. lying the F , 1
problem, wr decided t give up
our month's vacation <nd the | OP1
^ *l*r* new clothes we would have to
have for the trip If t.yed L
a month my husband would lose ab ut $180 in I
wages, plus $200 for clothes, another iw hun led
drcv! for living expenses and railroad *. total lng
about $600, which was the price of m i ar' So I.,,
we bought the car instead. Now we h r. little
vocation every evening, and on Sundays and 1"
holidays and have something to show fur our li
vacation except an empty pocketbook. aid b< I
sides my husband now has dependable er< >m -mic.il 1
transportation which was more than we had b I
fore we had a Chevrolet." |
Mrs. P. J. Gallagher 1
114 N. Cu?lrr Axe jj
Mile? City. M< n. I
i. i?inn OUIum with hac two faithful frundi?
"Slup" and "Chtm"
r for a Chevrolet
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