Monday, 17 August 2015

Cars instead of Horses

From the Cambrian Daily Leader, 14th August 1915.

Text:  The COMMANDEERED HORSE leaves a sudden gap in the organisation.
In every profession, in every industry, as well as in private affairs, the need for an efficient means of transport is keenly being felt.
Close the gap with a Ford Car and discover how great an economy -- of money, time and labour -- has been wrought.
A Ford Car will do the work of four horses -- quicker, better, more efficiently.
In first cost and running cost, in power and general service, there is not the equal of the Ford in the world. And the owner is never more than a few miles from the Ford Service Station.

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