The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on June 26, 1914 · Page 9
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The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 9

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Decatur, Illinois
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Friday, June 26, 1914
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Friday Evdng, June 27,1914. THE D E C A T U R R E V I E W Ptge Nta* Come Next Saturday Bring Your Family T · If HEAR THESE PROMINENT MEN SPEAK AT THE GRAND OPENING of KING AID John H. Walker, President Illinois State Federation of Labor; Wm. T. Morris, Former International Board Member of the United Mine Workers of America; Emmet Flood, International Organizer American Federation of Labor; Honorable Roger C. Sullivan; John F. Gilchrist, Vice-President Middle West Utilities Company; F. S. Peabody, President Peabody Coal Company* An Entire Day's Entertainment and Enjoyment Big Tent--Illinois Watch Company Band--Refreshments Furnished ^ ^ ^ the new "American-planned" """""" city in Christian County GRAND PUBLIC OPENING AND BIG LOT SALE Don't Forget the Date - SATURDAY, JUNE 27th Kincaid, "the coalectric city" is seven miles fromTaylorville and twenty miles from the State Capital at Springfield. Its founders have the will and the money to make Kincaid a big city. Electric power plant of the Middle West Utilities Company (authorized capital, $24,000,000) located at Kincaid. The Peabody Coal Company (capital and surplus, $3,000,000) has two mines here. Other big industries are coming. Sanitary sewers and cement sidewalks are already in; improved streets being built; bank, stores and many new residences being erected; 22,000 trees and shrubs planted this year. Special Discount and Cost of Transportation to Kincaid will be Allowed to Purchasers of Lots Next Saturday. Property Bought Now is Due to Jump Rapidly in Value. Book of Facts and Pictures Sent FREE- Write NOW I KINCAID LAND ASSOCIATION Kincaid, Illinois or 332 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, III. SPAPFRI

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