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AUTOMOBILES. AUTOMOBILES. AUTOMOBILES AUTOMOBILES. AUTOMOBILES. I_ AUTOMOBILES. Pioneersof the Past--and of the Future! A ' The "25-4" Touring Car $750. *rtMvthirtg tou havi? a ngbt to expect in an automobile is ____cf?fcd in fhia car. Plenty of leg room, and all tlie seat *snsgsn &**** adults pequirri. Latatt bodr tieaign. str-eamiinc p**f\t. left *)**tn4 a-t**?4**r. trentral control and many other f**m tata pecnHgr to the hifheat priovJ cars. Price $750. Fully ?s-rmpped. CSend for thr tSook) The "25-4" Town Car $950. Capacity. 6 pcraonn?2 in driver'g seat?4 in rear. Lan dauiette type. Id-sal for an hui-ta-lred kinrJs of **ei*rict*u Light. flexible and faei^ceahle beyond any t-rther at the upk-?ep cost Same chassis speciftcatitnis as the ttjurinf car (Send for the Book). Price $950, fully equipped. The "25-4" Roadster $725. A natty. classy, sipeedy, tw4>passenger car that vriU go any?? where any car will go?and faster. Same chassis **p4-^caa tions as the touring car (Send for the Book). .Price $725, fully tJ-qinpped. THE OLDEST and yet the newest car in this Automobile Show is the Maxwell "25". NO NAME DATES FARTHER BACK in this industry--and yet if you look where the crowd blocks the aisle, you'll agree that visitors consider the latest Maxwell, the 25-4, the newest of them all. TO SAY this $750 car is the "sensation" of the 1914 4show, would be trite tho true. It is more than that It Is Revolutionary REVOLUTIONARY, beeause, never be? fore has it been possible to obtain a car of such size, such capacity, such power, such performance and of such quality throughout,as you will see in this Maxwell "25" at the price -$750, fully equipped. REVOLUTIONARY, too, beeause maintenance cost has been reduced to the minimum by putting in this car the best steels known to science, thus making it light yet practlcally indestructible. So you can now not only afford to buy but to keep an automobile. WE CALL IT an engineering triumph. And you'll agree we are justified when you recall that for years hun dreds of thousands have been look ing, hoping, waiting for such a car at the price. WE SAY THIS CAR is the oldest car in the Show beeause more years of experience, more combined engi? neering skill, more know-how have gone into it than ever went into any other automobile at the price. AND, BACKING UP that experience, that skill, that know-how is as much money as ever backed an automo? bile concern. ADD TO THIS honesty of purpose, pride and a desire to make good and to deserve well at the hands of every owner and you have the elements that combined have produced this car that is the wonder of the Show; that blocks the aisle in front of the exhibit, and thereby is proclaimed the Newest as well as the Oldest car in the Show. The Pioneer of the past and of the future? THE MAXWELL "25." MAXWELL MOTOR COMPANY, Inc, Detroit, Mich.