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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1910
Every Man's Car
THE 1910 BRUSH
The BRUSH is not an imitation, nor an adaptation of any other
It is not a big complicated car cut down in size to sell at a low price,
but is a. simple, staunch, reliable runabout.
rylbody Buys the BRUSH
;s Man ' ,
ires it from a standpoint of utility and minimum depreciation
Who must have absolute dependability and exacting service.
The Country Salesman
Who considers initial cost as well as maintenance expense. ;
Who looks at the Brush as an investment, not a luxury.
The Young Folks
Who want a good looking little car and must have simplicity without
Fveh the Manufacturers of Some of the Larger Automobiles
Are Using the Brush in Their Business.
Could we offer you better evdience of the value of Brush cars than the
fact that the famous Chalmers-Detroit Motor Co., is using Six of them.
Over 20,000 Brush Cars Are Running Today.
Manufactured with Six Special Bodies. Prices, from $550 to $925.
Set up at Kahului. We will gladly give free demonstrations.
Send f o r C a t a 1 o
KAHULUI RAILROAD COMPANY
KAHUKUI, MAUI, ?T. H;