money's worth.” I
- ■ MARTIN ELENBAUM.
A ’ • 813 Eye St N. E, Washington, D. C.
JA M mk, jsS SP*® jpTfS jjwL. • “This car far surpasses any make of ca# I have ever
- \ driven, for smoothness of operation and ease in handling
JH and I am more than ever convinced that the Essex Six is
' th« beat buy on the market today.”
a __ GEORGE M. COLTON.
£&£A M fltHlm ' r^e Beme Apts., Washington, D. C.
*ll S mmm jifl 1 “My Essex Six Coach is by all means the finest car
■■ utility ano oistmctiom «*-.*-«-■ HFGRW
Exclusive to HUDSON and\ES$EX ‘T have driven many costlier cars, but feel that my 1
X- 4 ► V?SK. Essex Six, for smooth riding, easy driving, power, low
f NhJ l -3* * jA cost of upkeep and general all around performance is
Why boy an open car? High cost for closed Coach maintains high P feeda m. weight,
Car comforts, is no longer a question. the waning desirability of w -> Washington ’ D - c
• The Coach —exclusive to Hudson and Essex Hudson and Essex—inventors ffndlHWl • and Esse*
t- —gives every dosed car advantage, at almost producers of “Closed Cap a a£ ft.,n a ml1 h*.,.
open car cost. No other car shares its Car Cost”-are responsible Ar « °* ° ne Quality
• In two and a half years, and in
It creates the dominant carissue of the year. has proved a staunchness and semceabilily'^^^^^^H^^^^feSi^Mllj^Slhs.
L Mark ho* rapidly the fever before associated SSIK
Coach is superseding open ■ " "- ■ ■ , ■— with a closed car. It gives j liPItSBI < ii^ B
cats. Sales exceed 3,000 wery urihty you can get>^’ S '/ :^'- ;> '
|. ***& It is the largest Important Not.ce to Buyers: Jn any c £J d can
f . CTclosed |r^£t c .S£ ■ ~ nc - dc
L §!L overwhelming trend- pam price li»t from your dealer. You too want “the
I j More Than 3000 Sales Weekly
• LAMBERT-HUDSON MOTORS CO cl> . T !° eA Iff- \--Z
w~ Service Station NEUMEYER MOTOR COMPANY £I M Mtmu i- . q'.i.
THE SUNDAY ETAS, WASHINGTON;' MAT If, 1924-TORT Y.
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