The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 5, 1914 · Page 21
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Sunday Horning, July 5,1914. T H E D E C A T D R R E V I E W Page Twenty-one MORE THAN USUAL NUMBER OF TOURISTS Several Long Distance Travelers Out of Decatur or Here on the Way. Th« put weak hi been an extra- a r d l n n r l l good one for the use of automobiles The r o n d u litue been e x - c e p t i o n a l l i good o f t t r l i g h t r n l n s Rlanv of t l u s c o w n i n g c ira took ad l a n t a s i o' t l i c f m n r n b l . m n r ! i t l o n i t o ^ n n k r t r l n s o* *»r t h t l o n i t h The Mir JrM t k i ' t u c 1 * In t ^ e I M r e p o r t « l i r ^ e T i t i m 1 o r o f tour'"'"! O I L p a r U h o r t f r o m T"*n r e p o r t e d the ron Is in f i l r c o n l i t o n i i i i h e W f t \ t o I ' r n t u r V.ll.1. -rART TO M I C H I G A N O t l n na««!er. I O C S W i i t \\iio,' f o ^ i ' r r u l t h h N m o t r u r Mr** M i n n i e V Hii*sler a n d slater A l m n w i l l e l a t e T n c ^ l n v m o r t i l n L , o n n n ' \ t r n l e d t o u l t h r n p h M i c h i g a n I n t h i l r C a d i l l a c t o i i r l n i c ear T!u\ w i l l KO f r o m P I C T - t ir 10 I. n l - T K o h y t l i e « i \ of llloomlni!- ton f roi\ r h l c i t R o t h o \ esrc' t to KO to P i t t l c T r n t k , Ml 1 til n to Detroit v h f r f * t h p \ ^111 ««p*-nl a f w (1 l\ s J rom Pf (r I t h i v w 111 s?o to C o l u m h u i 3Itrh . In w a y of Tort H u r o n Tr^i «xp»ct to r. urn to D e c a t u r about Sep- t"mber f l it · is- LONG TRIP'S Mr n n r t Mrs A B B o t t r t l l . t l i f l r A \ K ' l i r T c a t r l r c , -*on D a n l t l in M i ^ ^ \ d « T c n n e j . l e f t Tuesday for Mi H o t - trell · p i n n t a t l o n In M i s s - t p s l i t i '1 IK \ ·nlll ml(i- t h e t r i p I n M r l o t t n l l s J - f f c r % t c ii-ltiK c a r T h i p i r t » i n t f r o m here to M e m i h's Tel n f i j m M h L r e t^ f ) · w i l l f i o ' i t t H t ^t i f fnnl. M l « « w h e r e Mr H o t t i 11 - I 1 m l i tlon Is l o r i t e d T h r \ \\ I -p n 1 the n u n r n p r th*re anrl t o u r h a r k t o P o c a t u i In the f a l l V W R a n d o l p h , c a r r i e r on r u r i l t^int^ No ** eT^eotn to 1 * ^ \ 1 i l v 14 In I In I o l d c i r fr r T"ctc N At I I " « I I j o t i r n a l i o u t x * pt 1 . p o i n t : out h»- w i l l "he a c c o m p a n i e d by Fred C l i r k of Don t u r His w i f e 1i \ M t 1 n i r i l i l v r « ! t h e r o a n d w i l l c o n i p h i r k i n t h L c a r Tho d l « t n n r e l» o'io it 1210 rrll-s ST \ U T E D I.A^T 'W r « K F n i k D l c ' z 14(1 ^ o«t IMIII, " t r p c t left lait w i e k for «· l ' ^ o l I o K j irk La Salic o u n t \ 111 i n h i s I K e i l a n l t o u r i n g tr He « ill in 1 ^ a t r of t h e n o r t h s i j a r t T t h e « t u o Mr ttoolrn! ur« of P " 1 111 pi"* «f* t h r u £ h D e n t u r Tti i--s(i t \ I n liii ( f rn h l « w a \ lu T r f H i e Ir 1 w h t u ) · si fnt t'l** f o u r t h I I * w t r t ') t 1 · w a j of P i r ' i 111 J o h n E I- re -rinn 1 3G N o r t h Mam I'tr'-ot l e f t Sit r d i v rr r n i n i r f i r a l o u r of BO i t h t rn I I I nola In h i s C H e r land l o u r i n g car ered about SOO miles from Mexico to P t c a t u r ^EW CARS A car load of eight Ford cars was un oaded here this week. Three ^a\on roadators will arrive In Di T t u r Mondav 'Ilir J n f f r e ^ six lyi which Ttlton AIc- K n n c j ^as killed recently while jo\ i i l i n e in Fair view park, Tt as d r i v e n i k f'um Chicago last week bv Rilph 'I me% The car la Just the aame as ^ e f ^ ic the a cident BOUGHT CARS The Misses Myra G and Margery S Pnw ci s ^10 Powers Lane, ha\e pur- t l a s t i a Sfl v \on car, fully equipped, Ed Lman of Maroa bought an Ap- ptrson 4 45 fulK equipped last week Fred 'W erning, 545 North Franklin street has purchased an Appe*-son 4-45 f u l h equipped Dr \V H Bell, 95T North Water street purchased an Overland touring car Inst week A l v a G Wilson 2011 North Edward street bought a Ford touring car equipped *ith an electric self starter last week Alls Maudy Floyd, 313 East Main street, recently purchased a Ford tour- Ing car W H Grindol 968 \\ est Decatur street, bought a Ford touring car last \\ eek John Scott of Blue Mound purchased T. 1 rd touring: c-xr Inst w e e k This is thA second Ford car Mr S^ott has HATOTBS MADE IN A SPECIAL DESIGN. No Dust or Rough Places About Decatur. D ON ~v\ AT Mr and M r s 7 P Trir^\ T.H 1 c i n J Da»«on J r a t o p t i i n D p ^ n i r T h i s M i ek o i m * t i i 1 · i !*· f-- ji H u f - *aln N ^ to th* i r I in I i U i U TM \ \ I « ; t e I Mm T- 1-1 I i t s J M I I w h o I i v » « fi «.fu rt i M ' - t i n f ^n uli- ^^ f?t o' D e r n t a r t-h** « ^ = ; T ' r t n t r * 1 o o l r r ^ t c of ^Tr* T - i Mr T ir. \ nnd f n r n l h ] 't Pn'-ilcni in Ma i«) i t t e n d t h -h i n e i - t n- | ir-nt'rT -t \t T p t a (~\-\ f ]hr\ il o i - i « lt*»il t n u · r of t h en · i n c i t n · K i o m )i *n r t i i f \ n nt t t ^M isr *rn- \ · t . y w i n g-o to I n i f j r n i a b^ t · i r I in rm to I t A' !v I P.OM E \-T M r i r f * M ' ^ I * * M D r n t s - m 412 Tl t f M j i n t r * et r e t u r n e d M u n l i of ] »nt w f k f r o m »in r x t ^ n d e d t r i p In th"'-- f ft M In^ r u n b r t i t t h r o u g h New 1 k «t i t , ,ri 1 I · mi-- A inla \I n Mr" \ ft r » k * » \ ixrd "nn »t « i n t n i* M I i i 1 i \ on ir ·u f n m M i x h n Mo tn G i l f « \ l l l e 111 IT t i * \ r | n l i r l* \ r - o v - j \ 1 roTils v-idini? out of Decatur are 1 - i i f o r m l j f i r e in f i c t they w e r e prob- 1\ r- *r h t t t e r this time oC 'he j*ar In? t 's Uttle dust on anv of them and n o n e of them are roych \\ J FKIA REPORTS Oood r p p o r U of country roads come f r o m c o u n t j "eats and other towns aroi nd D f t a t u r aa follows 5 ^ib; \ 'lie--State road cast and w p f c t l*i Rnid Other roads rough in r t«- I it \ \ i t h \ e r j htt e dust Mt PulT-ki--The light rain the first nf the i\ eck made the roads fine and ' r e £i om dust 11 i p 1 :- P n i n o n o n ^ h the middle o* t IP v, rek to B o t t l e dti*t pncl all l o i d s a r e In f i r e condition t r i rit, 'i 11-- UI r m d s f a i r a n d no ( " n s t f n \ r\ 1 e--Poads «omewhat du^ty it MI oth Su l u i n -- P u « t \ but fair M o n t l c t I o--I ilr Post TJ'H'it ti ' [ iif theT rlajs is J u s t one shock after another ' · I T o w «r " "\ o i h a r d l y Ret accustomed to the w l r t r r f i ^ b i o m w h ' n the ^ om^n bring n t! f spring ^ t j 1^« * I nfnlr. Post Dispatch "Is li f n l r " ^ fs Mit the "\%a\ l i It isn t * The Decatur Builders' Supply Company 331 EAST WABASH AVE. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Building Material. Lime, Cement, Plaster, Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile, Fire Clay, Flue Lining, Sand, Concrete Blocks, Etc D\N HECK QUALITY-- PROMPT SERVICE RUDOLPH H POTRAFKA B E I T 3109-- PHONES-- AUTO !S42. WE HAVE MADE OUR CHOICE Every man e n t n m g business faces the question of Whtther he shall "Ret the -noney" or "build a business." Usually there is a vast difference. When we opened this store we decided to BUILD, because we wanted a permanent success. Building_a business, as we see it, means building your own personalities into it--putting every ounce of energy, experience and good w i l l into giving real value for every ---\ taken in over t ha counter. We ask your husfnem on this sound basis, and promise to make every effort to deserve it 100 EAST NORTH ST. DECATUR, ILLS. James G. Parker's Car. The Haynes special six, built especially for James C Parker, has attracted much comment among Decatur automobile owners on account of Its extraordinary lines and Bensral build The car ^as made expresslv for Mr Tarher and lias mani special features It was built on a Haynes standard olmsls for six and seven passenger cars In place ot the regular body, It has a specially designed radiator, hood, body, and top The body i« built %vlth extreme lines, Amone the special features of the car la a trunk built Into the back of the front seat There is a space under this trunk for an extra suitcase The car s built short In front and hac extra wide cushions on the rear Beat, four inches wider than the standard The car cOEt over S3 000 C«r Fall* Into Hole. Guy Crumrlne, driving Edward Dan- ner'i fdur cyellnder Mitchell touring Cftr, backed Into one of the openings in North Main street Friday evening Quite a. large crowd was-attracted by tbe accident and many valuable suggestions were given by the onlookers on how to get the car out of the hole After several methods had been tried unsucessfully, a rope was tied to an Intsrurban car afte" the auto had been Jacked un, and It was easily pulled out. The car was not damaged Back from Auto Trip, Hobert Tandj, Hughey Moore and family returned Thursday from their trip to Nebraska In Mr Moore's Case 25 car. They went as fir as Hoi- ridge, Neb, and were gone about two , weeks. They reported that the roads were In fine condition all the waj ind that they had HO trouble with the car There were f n e n the party They traveled over 1 600 miles, their best day's record being 257 miles NEWSPAPER! $500 $550 Runabout F. O. B. Detroit Touring Car Immediate Delivery, Car Complete. No Extras to Buy. JULY SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED Buy It Because It's a Better Car COME AND SEE J.C.STARRSO Lincoln Square. VEHICLES Decatur, 111. HARNESS AUTOMOBILES NOISELESS GEARLESS Carter car 118-inch wheelbaae. Jones system electric lighting and starling-. One piece, clear vision windshield. 15-gallon gas tank in cowl. 48 H. P. Northway engine. Tires 36x4. Stewart speedometer. Extra tire, tube and rim. Trunk rack and robe rail. Car complete, delivered, price §1,285. E. J. DIVAN, Agt. City Garage, Cor. W. Main and N. Church Sts. D ISTINCTLY the car for those who want the UTMOST IN AUTOMOBILE VALUE at moderate cost. The demand for Maxwell "25s" at $750 is something enormous--getting bigger and bigger daily. Factory facilities are consequently being constantly enlarged and improved. All of which proves the VALUE and DESIRABILITY of the Maxwell *'25" atS750. A fine, big, roomy S-passenger family automobile of great beauty and reliability. A car that constantly keeps down gasoline, oil and tire expense. Come in and see the car YOU should own. To see is to buy. Dawson Automobile Co. 242 N. Franklin St. The real basis of tire service is quality --quality of materials and quality of workmanship. Sticking to this manufacturing truth has made Republics what they are." You'll appreciate "what they are" when you find out "what they do." Come in and buy one "find out" tire today. Complete Stock on Hand MOTOR CAR SUPPLY HOUSE 357 N. Main SL Guy C. Ferre, Prop. Bell Phone 725. Auto 1995 FERRE BROMLEY We Do Vulcanizing Exclusively lires retread, blow outs, rim cuts, jicn be ids, etc. Let us make our old tires ns good as new at a small cxpeuse V,e hi\e the best equipped plant in the count v ind employ experi- iccd \MrKmcn \ll work gtnrantced milcnge allowance \\e unite inspection of our plant and the work we do. See our line of tire accessories. FERRE BROMLEY AUTO 3641. VULCANIZING WORKS 321 E. MAIN ST. BELL 826. We have moved to the southwest corner of State and S. Paik Sts., in the Burtschi Bros, and Schoenle building. Our facilities are enlarged and we will furnish all patrons the best sendee possible. Same telephone num bers, Bell 4260; Auto 3283. Clifford Electric Shop 225 S. PARK. (DEAL FURNACES I ' t i l Tji-nacos a inl tlic tP3t Notice that cadlnu bulid rs n«f* l u e ^ l rurnicrs If yoj 3 an Iclt .1] H the ba^rmo t its ten to oie t h « rest of the hn JSQ !P l u i t riRl * Expressions we h^-ir from our r u " rm^rs · r te'l jou its a ·; n J tl healer" 'W* f n] t "o oa=\ to re), l a t o ' I burned thre«* tona lets tliin my Bfclgh- oor " How ran ou sell such, a gootl furnace 10 reTsonablo" "I f \ o u want any refrrenc* 1 , ea^I me M EtCt Etc Ftc Remomhor we stand birk of ev^rv Itloal told Tlic It!al m ins n quarc deal Mnsllc Hoo'ii ff Bii^cf "'ully laid *er o A shfnUc- GuarinteM for n jean Gat my price on rooflnc aid ^pouting Barringer Hardware ·19 N. W«ter. Bell ebon* NEWSPAPER!

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