National Geographic : 1934 May
HE KNOWS that in business it's an invariable fact: "You get just what you pay for-no more and no less." And now as he drives his car along, his Better Judgment reminds him: "The same holds true of gasoline. You can't get Ethyl qual ity at regular price." Whether you paid $500ooor $5000 for your car, isn't it sound economy to make the most of that investment, every minute and every mile that you drive? Particu larly, when Ethyl costs only 24 a gallon over regular gasoline. Less, on the average, than $i a month! Ethyl Gasoline Corpora tion, New York City. © E.. C., 1934 Ethyl contains sufficient lead (tetraethyl) to make it the world's quality motor fuel.