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CAR FOR TOURING Autoist Should Be Careful Not to Overdo Work of Overhauling. NECESSITATES ATrENTION Much of Enjoyment From Auto Trip Depends Upon How Machine Is Regulated for Journey. By "%i" GROGi\ A Li* h inl tim " v on"" i, l jist anot'ier way of eprt -.ne -l l i mg it to, th'- :.-tr i . . th- hr s rn -hr he mia le to rl t, iiteC attent on to thi til le.re t n, n . '1 on tlh Ir d [ n a ir is a or m * a' ia r ction at s it is poua ie t" b . it ,ti remaoin..; .1 F a i ilt r a--lrin- -. th.snr" thrat w-ub-id 1 r. iit - iften lost. d nesio the p;trt ,f tz~ Ih- .1, b .s'l - n-' that i1 t h- Ides a iSd the ar " *i iatu t t,- t "11,n,itm r l ' th n HI t tt . ar - t n-m! . . + t -, t a u L. ~ n i- t t, .,Il :ir- r4 n - ita ei rn- -, E" ~ ~ ~ ~ tl rtr, -ces ers an ni t -n n n , I n n I o erule th n I n a n .- th n Initin l n at ar- h' h tat th ra ., il ve h:n i r - 'tme - b I N w I time hth p. k in the tt - mcth r - 1 z n Iw,-t i natnt -zin, -- -s:,'I n ah r t. T~~~~ t thtor" n it th ne nn tisI *~~ V. 'j~c ' r h IV, th th * a it t - - -n Sten - ' i i t I I t C nare ar. ) --voa i *'-ui Ciia I h m- r , it pi e rt i - ; - . -r nt uta t t r in" IEid i-s f f an ig 1 te are not 'V -reoi In t,'rties 'fte. - n .\ sma.ll piece o'f dirt tne g , t tin'caue no en I itiec fU - ecifOom' a re te ieetutipn'lt- If 0 r-pc ria i to ti-r '-w thei n 00--a en1 ti 'he' bl'w. Whlen lth bonw n :ta will de-istroy the tae o' r"pI iC Is" wo-rnt tIre m't a n o, Oor starting? Leave the tir ! ine at bocm for'citY 'se. a I t''-. renovt them froi' er o -tyn rms. In ti a vt niii make tire cihanging wh-'arv on the roard an easy tcek. 1W li the tires are of 'Natrnl ' tiner t thee l1 yor have one thaI has ' n 'n at "stl -e'erai times do not DUt I 'a-k. It will "-'-se tronhl". Thei heat of tie roadi ill caus~e the patch to ceparan'e fromln th tube; result, fil ti-t Inflata vi ur tires to thte amnoil < entrdedI by thne tIre companIes, 'e~lvtwenty poutnds to the cross ni incih. Despite what Is said to S ttr. the mianifaicturers have C'*t menm 'd anj ftiiret rhat at this iiTi nt of pressure their tire's give beit - ";I1t Though y-ni !have detmounttab'le rTAr es all Cats of atny pretense at all lit totday. and ihave the extra tire at rcadv Inflatedl. swnng on the back or fir the rutnnl g boar'd. c-arry a few Pare tubt-. They w .11 come in handy. lIkewise a few good blow-out patches may snalet you tot come in on a tire .fnsteadi of on the rima. A Quick repair *nutifit Is small, iomatt atnd may prove very htanidy. Be curt- that your jack is ifl workmng order: ralso that the tire pump lain mtood condition- Se-' that YOU have a couple of tire tools. While finding them. aee that the ether tools. pliers. Wrenches, hammers. screwdriv art. chisels, atnd punches. which make uip the kit for' every car, are in the tool box. A couple *f rol or tape and somne Wlate often come in very han4y,. as dose a spool of fine copper wire. Lm deiubt the' headlights, side itghts. rain light are electrically operated. e' aatwirtrng leading to them; :fhta themselvee. 50 aa hen Mea to take the battery to a battery service station, have it flushed. new acid and water put in. then recharged. This would in sure it bclng in good condition for the summer. with perhaps anI occasional re plenishing of the water and aid which evaporate. Put in a couple of extra light bulbs and a few feet of light wire. Lo not forret the top. Though the weather is 14 asanlt now, it may rain ,efore you get back. See that all top straps are inl plae. try the si-le cur 'aIns on, and see that they ire all there. Make sire thi1t al simtps are in oider and that there are no lost straps. Whil. dnioingtis see tiir the vindsielid is tight. ttit It will opsn and close with lut trouble. Now thatt vor hate evervthin for the ar. -onsider yourself. This shouldr niot reinlire miixh thought or work. Warm clothing zlboild he worn. for ni Inatter hw hlot the wetther there is aws a iiIt h reze stirred tip Ps you p5 oivr the ril. A ol suit--one I tll yu need n't be parti- tilar about <lnte prefer khatli clothitii should be .orn. A sweat-r cnies in handy and a wolen shrt. willh a soft collar. is t eritable lt not fail to ,arry a r-i roat. fir though oi i-an nlos all the ,ar in. w% ater a -t daipriess will find their wail tn. Take , oi-r uoggh s. for thee mav he tinw' wheni yu will have to take some onu' 1u0t. and -oI wai nt o iur eye prot.eted. A pir Vof simokeI -lees are ;a grearvr 'tet1W- front the z1- e if th - lin on the road sirface. Nat-ralty your hands lire not imper iro :n ,the wthier to untlet zloves protect thlen :And prvent Iall-liu s trom holdine the steering wie.! and pAieir ,f hea' \ sho" will offer izod r-etectIion tot th, feet, and nA- cas 'th m to tire i<, kl . 1i to tnn, 11- h, th-n ot the br , or slip inz fli Hlutch. Taik., R tr-I t,,rm rohr W~a-r:. it nh oie ir lhanil . In m ilw of extrif - or te , r In :t- idas i-e!s. th, C ..eer - t r'I <' I''. ichl's offered for thle im1trist v 0al tke ip tir ltiulmn Wh-n addinz . xtra i. sr Ie 7 tilot to o . r fain-. -em ither .At'r ,I e . one of em i- ri r - w l t to bo farrI i ' . e!,ntlI, ther hrothi he -1--pe-I th ceYu w mill have rnoom for , wire ro w li n u,: t tl, . t Is al. st l*w Whia these few -ill be n:t.l, a m:itter .'f taste and varies V1! . q,-, ow I I 1e thintr t at io'uld not he overtonloo k 'I tIhl lilt of extr ;, ibtrmos btle. Noth, ne - Imore r r-es! ing on i h-t day thani a nti'e drink of enht wiatr. I llving on- tone .Ir th. -,r their oighvl t - i a I A tart en vooir jo-rne W-etIle" It t :1 1lil -red " ar I-l usin I mW', 4 - t!o m !it, a feelil of confi 'jne. ol ki.w the - ir ,nder - is been groooi for the 'i'wteni nI *tnt hiarrtre tile u..Xpet!. there will be no d y Owl- to mI-'m Isn't that iorth the few hours' tit-nton 0o t've t' e iar' LINCOLN HIfiHWAY TO DRAW TOURISTS HERE S n f-,d r to the ~in, n ITighwa, WasliletIn aIl he l.lI olieetilve potut of min vm, trip, :itg the ;r - ' t to rin se n. Th' r i:t- into Wash in it 1 f'lmi alt ..i r awl Ph lade! ;-ia rmtazroing It is by wais of Rok iC . ';ai th, h -r- andt t'e; 1 :il k into -t ' .' hre the mn !ine is picked Up agamr. I'' In , d'l srel. he 1an ivert at it - g') ,:n to ItO r' tov'l . Md. . th-re t1- kiS' OP the r i I igiin. There are, som- wh- -i mI n th,% 1, t'io to !!a rsten .d *l -n J-ur-., on d w a l':inldolh Vallev. Ilot S; \ . II l Aol2Ctivs of new f i- - tre wh e oh-r p:efer 311 It- -UtD . he 1 : Pi.i nT it u : -u tri m that ton: n it is lark a n tito si and.had. anrd indilf fIrnt e ! h irgi;ia is doing trnuh t., impr 1v hsco n illr G-it s' -. r n Fr derilk. Iha 1%viy, an r (' ibtrland route to 'red er: k a)--Fr rick P 't r lk ati Market str''t. Turn rixht i-to M rk-t street. !'I's fo nnll'r -11 .. itt nd hear right. T -Tin sh-I left betwe i two brick h -0 m :Te 'mtt1SIum r- LI l o ~ rre rev. (ro-s railro ad. I- -T!urmout. I- p st raight ahead. E - unde- railro-1. I-t Emlitsbur. Fountain in square. Ke- , str iht ah-ad. It Takes a Live Tire To Stand the "Gaff" The natural way to wear outa way is in the tire factory, where all out of the fabric and the toughnesa the rubber during vulcanization. S Miller Method avoids this. It saves for service on your car. This is wh ( The Thr with the Wge -go farther, last longer and prow jyou how our tire is built. . THE CIRCLE' I 1214 1e1E ST. (AT THOMAS 3. A. ISRAEL. AUTOISTS WANT UNIFORM LAWS Traffic Regulations in Cities Need to Be of One Standard. WHISTLE PLAN NUISANCE One Code of Statutes for Use All Over Country Would Suit Motor Drivers Best. W hie it is true that the war has brought aebout citai conditions in the automoi n 'instry whIch to a certain extent hive lutipered the man ufactur mrs of mooto rehiiles, nevertheless, in spite of this. the buyer of a 1 16 car will get more fr his mion. than ever has teen the ase in th" Ia t. Wht1ile it is tru that the demand for St ". I p'Ier, iron and other materials to b'e mnie into munitions has raised the prtc of raw material and brought about onnatione moaking it diftiilt for motor 'a. imnniftltuirers to secure deltrv 'r f l tea r r i w rt ty tiach ined material, nevert.e'ss ci, h remarkahle strides have b nmI i n i l I other directioni that this ext... 1-n 1 lfire than compensateI. The i-irit't of tories iave installed it it'' mu'h nrow lbor-savin-2. maiin ery. 1 ,1 in in, inig their outputs have beni IMe I. I u ietter nirs or bet ter arte a lowe. iest, mn though the ot of the ra' trilct has come some w'hat AbIh r. Th parts makers nre tie I ' de' r lop ti ass' iitmlies tm makmr if a or ob!t mars far more ex peditiou. hI imper anl of better quality in man cas^ than heretofore. Never in th.' %orl]. hidor, has there ten such a tor)ui zing of a ciipi,-ated true turn- a, ti It wtiIt the autornoili indus ire hi,, gn> n its. ne ver before tias such a mtitud11 -f imiroveients been crowd Fd into i few Ahort years, and cven a few 1h. i t monI-,thls. Wait of Few YIears. Fito, n1 ' Car' m go thte first automob;t showk ,a 1 het in New York i'ity in an eftort t olipulariiz nl introduce the toddli I infant iin'imstiy t,, the greit h'i, The pet of the puhii, at that tune ni the tittl steamer which whiz zmd aloig the best roads in ar adnilrable maniner. in rite If the feet that the omtPlicated Iechanism which completely !1in1 iver1 aviltabte spacm weighed so niuch that th, wire wheels actually wob bIed. Thore Was it walt of a few years. and the iasoline vehicle began to come nto, its 'An. and the infant began to re uire lar4ger b'ttles of pap for his meals. ini : w fut lind rosy-thecked. I ily' a ii z yiOZ ears-it is but a short str. t, h wh emn 'e piogre-ss of other me chani l 'evi, is considered. The sew ing rua, hire. ilIng a univertal teed, re ur trm mem that length of time Sattmi in.ar~ f-iion aml to secure fairH lii, er.aI adoption. The bicycle shI i a I lit tile '. "tenna Ex poiltion in 117 ouired the better part of ten years to get a foiothold and a dozen inore years t" r lc its armie of popularity, although 'old at a pr-we within the reach of the masses. Even though the light horse hincv flnall sold at tri rs almost as low a. thse sof the bi y'le, its annual in its heday neer ex ledi the ~rah! Sale of automobiles for V1im The ti reiii toward standardization in the niotor ,ar industry has become ,o tLoroughi y Y im'ilantrid in the minds if herb ow ners and manufacturers that ani effort i hi ig made tiby the Society of Autornobile Eingineers. through its various sections. to retablish a code of iules by which to judge uniformly the standards of performance of mo tor cars. It is interesting to note also the movement wlich has spread so rap idly throughout the country to stand arilze the traffic laws of the larger cit I e . Not only hia the subject been taken up for conilIerationi by the National .\utobile i'hamher of Commerce and the .Safety First Federation of Amer ,a. but definite action has been taken by both of these bodies in an effort to Put the idea into practical form. For some time motorists over the 1c4 t *'R CO, nc tIRE). O PYOUR CA. The3 sua country have complained about the lack of uniform traffic regulations in the larger cities. With the great in crease In touring, their individual plaints have become veritably a na tional wall. And there's a good rea son for it. The tourist journeying out of his home town encounters In practically every city he visIs traffic problems with which he Is unfamiliar. Uninformed as he natur ally Is about community, he becomes an unconFeious offender of its law. He ouf fers numerous annoyances; Ise sometimes is arrested, and the sum and substance of it all is that his trip loses much of the pleasure it rightfully should furnish. methods in Dig Citlees. Until a short time ago New York and Indianapolis were the only cities in the country that governed traffic at street [ritesections in the business sections by the semaphore system. Chicago employ Pd the whistle system-n nuisance to e-very office building in the loop and a most confusing plan for the stranger. Detroit had a similar plan for handling traffic in the busy part of town. Some ,Itles stati n their traffic offieers in the center of the street intersections: others on one side. Still other cities employ dif ferent methods. The parking ordinances vary widely throughout the country. Different laws govern the dinming of headlights. The i equirements in passing moving street ,ars. discharging or taking ott passengers rt crossing are quite complex. Speed limits for city driving vary. There are laws which govern filling of automobiles that are greatly different. Li-ense re uirermenits are not the same. Yet the conditions which the laws are suppomod to govern do not differ as touch as the variety of the laws would Ifad one to believe. A uniform code of traffic lawe. with but a few minor variations, couid be made to apply nationally. Such a code would prove a great boom, rot only to the motor tourist, but also to tire stranger nedestrian. It is a real need and. with the Increase of travel in America. its neoestity is being felt more tban ever. The manufacturer of irotor ,ar. was tried by a similar situation a few years ago. A thousand ard one mthods gov erned the building of motor ,ars. Every manufacturer got bv in the best wary he could. At last it became apparent that a solution was essential to progress in the industry. rhn caie the ide. of standardizing the maiirfact ire of motor rare. It Is the dominant plan in the industry today arid has solved many of the piroblems with which builders formerly had to deal. It has been suggested that through the Icity arid State officials in the various rontronwealths delegates in a national -ernvetion he appointel to meet at sone early date when the final uniform t-ode of traffic laws could be discussed and accepted. In the meantime It las been further suggested that some of the leading ef ficiency experts and men in public serv lee who know Intimately of the traffic law problems in the larger cities pre pare sample standardizel codes and that from these the final one be made tip. The Safety First Federation of Amer lea already has done much to assist the cause. For use In places where acids in water would prickly corrode metals a pump has been inveinted that is composed almost entirely of wood. RightfullyWinn NINE REAS WHYS A few of the f I Y Continental si e e hot-water jackcte I I TIMKEN difi * 'Timken roller be rear axle. i i GEAR SHIF1 e e running. Makes ' the gallon of gas< Li FOPtEIGN D - * -tith simple gravit driver. Positive f well upholstered ; five grown people. I 112-INCH WI e e four feet. S HONEYCOM a e protecting the rad S WARNER st, e e operation and pro I I WAGNER tw e e Leonard electrical I I BY SCIENTI: * . pany will manufac dilidsold for within 2 Saxon Six $8z5, S TIME IS MONEY, Saxon Series Six with c; chase of a Saxon car yc a year. SERVICE NOT A REl 631-39 Mass Ave. N. tSntyen stlor Can MAke Run fr To Atla Majority of Autoists Desire ( Philadelphia Route at Wil River and Theu Hie A Atlantic City is an especially popular objective point of a great number of the local motorists. The journey In one that can be made easily within a day and there is much to be seen en route. Some prefer to make the journey around by the way of Philadelphia. but the vast majority want to reach the seashore within the shortest space of time possi ble. As a result, they cut off at Wil mington and cross the Delaware River on the Pennsgrove Ferry and then hie themselves draw across the State of Jersey to that famous old town, thercby arriving at least two hours earlier than if they had gone the other way. Here is the route: 0.0-Washington: Pennsylvania avenue to Fifteenth and G rtreets. east one block; turn left on Fourteenth street. and next right on New York avenue. 0."-Keep right with trolley on It ;treet. 2.8-At open square, with trolley sta tion, turn left on Bladensicirg road. 6.5--Bladenpburg; end of road: turn left on improved highway; cross bridge e.g. 7.2-Hiyattsville; cross railroad. 13.4t-Cross high-speed trolley- raution. 13.6-Beltsville: station on ririt; turn left: do not cross railroad; pa&, Annan dale Station on right. 19.5-Laurel; ain and Washington streets, straight uhead on Washington avenue, crossing Iron bridge over Patux ent River. 25.1-Waterloo; irregular cross-roads; straight ahead on improved road. 29.5-Elkridge; pass schoolhouse on left, descending long hill; at ford (36., turn left on concrete road, l'assing under viaduct; cross bridge. 30.8-Relay; straight ahand sto Balti more via idmondison avenue or Wilkins avenue, turn left); ros brilge over railroad. 31.7-Winans; cross long iron I-ridge over railroad. 34.9-ross Iron bridge over railroad; cross railroad. 35.:.3. . 35.8-End of brick pavemenlt; turn left along park on Claremont street. wh-h becomes Monroe street. 51.4--Meeting trolley, turn right on Wil kins avenue. 39.6--At four-corners, turn left on Ful ton avenue; end of Parkway. turn right on North avenue. 39.7-Baltimore; North avenue and Charles street. Batlimore. Md.. to Wilmington. lel. 0.0-Baltimore: North avenue and Charles street; go east on North avenue. 1.P-Turn left with trolley on Bel Air road. 11.8-Perry Hall; straight ahead. 1.5--Kingsville; at four-corners turn left around store. then bear right around church and cemetery. 22.2-Bel Air: at four-corners. beyond hotel, turn left and next right. shortly coming on excellent road. 4A4-Fountain Green. 28.-Churchville. :'.-At forl, bear right on asphalt road. 36-Cross railroad. Aberdeen Station on right. 34.A-Aberdeen; cross railroad. station on right; at cross roads. just beyond, turn left. 5.9--Caution-aharp left turn; cross bridge over railroad and immediately right; cross Iron bridge oner railroad. 3S.6-At cross roads. turn left ont tnion street. :oZ-Havre de Gra-e; at irregular cor ners. just before railroad. h-ar right to bridge; toll $1. Cross bridge over 4usiuie hanna River; at end bcar left. going un der railroad, then cross railroad at grade. then ifhtder two other railroads ott con crete road. 41.9-Principio Furnace; straight ahead. SAXON SIX ing the Confidence of the. ONS or tcts for the phenomenal growth of the X-cylinder, high-specd motor equippe carbureter producing ntaxitnum cffi erential with spiral gears and transr trings incased in an accessible diffc 'ING is practically unknown both in % to 55 miles on high gear. Develoi line; 150 miles on a quart of oil. .SIGN yacht lined body with gasolir y fecd system, equipped with gasolim eed and tank protected frot rear en md of liberal dimcnsions both in wi IEEL BASE car will make a comiplc B FEDDIS RADIATOR incased in ator and finish to the enamel. ering assembly of the worm type, tection. i-unit starting and lighting systent eq fittings, which arc thief and fool proof rC construction and managemtent the ture 35,000 cars for 1916 that cannot 5% of the popular p rices of the S: axon Four $395 F. 0. B. Detroit, Mi but it will be well invested to call M rs seling fromt 25 to 40% higher in u are guaranteed to give real service IDE LINE in our business, but the A NAME WITH A MEANING lORD AUTO COMPA W. Cul Main 23 for! Norfolk Branch, 125 Brook Ave. ope for Eive dealers in Maryland a inmusnifye.a g e tmsiL Has's wam om Capital ntic City in a Day !uickest Way and Cut Off on mington, Cross Delaware cross Jersey to Resort. 43.A-At fork bear right on im Proved road. 4S.4-_4harlestown; left-hand road; turn left. 48.0--Caution-for sharp right turn Under railroad just under covered bridge. 48 .4-Northeast; straight through. 50 .-7-Caution for sharp left and right turn over railroad bridge; cross railroad twice. 5 4.6-Elkton; just in front of Court House turn left on North street. 65.4-Right-hand road; turn right, crossing stone and concrete bridge. 56.6-Right-hand road; turn right 57.0-Left-hand road; turn left on maca Im. 61.1--Newark. Del.; end of road; Deer l'ark Hotel just ahead; turn right; cross Railroad., Newark Center Station on left. 62.6-1,eft-hand road; turn left. crossing railroad. 63.4-At fork bear righft on improved road. i7l--Left-hand road; turn left. .t--tight-han ,d road; just beyond St. James* Church: turn right. 09.1-Bear left on macadam. 69.5-Bear right on macadam: cross Iron bridge: at negt corner turn left. crssn g raIlroad, Marshallton Station on right. in.5-At irregular cross-roads. meet Ing trolley, turn right. 72.4---Elsnere Junction; cross three riverc. 7.3.--At 4-corners turn right on Sixth street. 7:.-- At 4-corners turn left on Du pont street. At 74.3-At 4-corners turn right on Pennsylvania avenue. 74.6-Meting mtrotley, bear slightly right on D1elaware avenue. 75.0-Wilmington. Hotel du Pont. Wilmingoa to Atlaile City. Hotel Du l'ont, south ott Market ntreet to Fourth street, turn left to ferry. *o0 +.0--ennegrove lier; straight out front tier. *', *.I---Four corners; turn left. *2.3 l .$-Turn right. *7.4 *5.1 -Cross roads to enter Au burn; turn right. *13 n14.6-woodstown: turn right and I mnme diately turn left *1 +6.n)iI-P:ittsgrove. to irregular 5-cotners; turn left amd next rtight. 1*2.0 +4.-t4-Monroeville; straight through. *'6.7 '4.3-Franklinville; 5-corners; turn right. *;:9.7 13.4-Malaga; 4-corners: turn left. *4:'; *f1-.Turn left end .f road. *49.5 +0.--May's t.anding. *622 +1:.7- ileasantville: turn right. *02.4 +(1.-Turn left into boulevard. *69.0 +6 6-Atlantic City. *Total mileage. TInternediate mile Rge. DIDN'T BELIEVE SIGN. Fresno. Cal.. April I -*'This safe is not Ionked and does not contain any nmone . Please do not blow it tp." This i;;n greeted a burglar last night in a store at Parlier. le opened the safe door however. and found 110. Then he went alross the street and broke into the -tore conducted by E. J. Moncrief. H' found a strong and substantial stiong-hiox. It was locked. The burglar -arried the strong box to an empty box -ar. pried It op#-n and found some un signed che-ks and a opper cent. American Public 4E REASON HOW! Saxon's popularity.. d wsith a Rayicld I I ciency of gasoline. * * ission running on rential housing on * town and country is twenty miles on * e e tank under cowl : gauge in view o1 e . I collisions. Body dth and dcpth for c circle in twenty- i - lack enamiel frame i e e w'hich insures easy f i uipped with Ward- I I * * Saxon Motor Comn- I I M be duplicated and** xon Six Cylinder. ch. sin 23, and compare the price, and with the~ pur 24 hours a day 365 days cry fact of our existence. NY axon ad Ford Servie d Vhginia. An opper r e..t..at gra.p i.L Consistency y 0 want a motor car that will serve you consistently. You want to know that your car can be relied upon day in and day out. You want high mileage per gallon of gasoline and freedom from repairs and read justments. And you want these things, not occasionally, but continuously--day after day. On these qualities the Maxwell has made good. It has proved its wcrth. ' When the Maxwell stock touring car set the World's Mo tor Non-Stop Mileage Record a short time ago it traveled for 44 consecutive days and nights and its performance was consistent. It went about 500 miles each and every day. It went within a small fraction of 22 miles to every gallon of gasoline. It went the whole distance of 22.000 miles-probably further than you would travel in two years without any repairs or readjustments. Every one of eight tires (two sets) went just about 9.800 miles and the others finished in good shape. For consistency and reliability this record far excels anything we ever heard of. You can get a Maxwell. an exact duplicate of the record-breaking stock car. on the partial payment plan we have perfected. All you ha'e to do is to make the initial payment, then take the car and pay the balance as you ride. The unusual value of the Maxwell. together with our easy payment plan of purchase, is bound to dispose of our allotment of cars very quickly. Better make your reservation now. delivery later if yoL prefer. Touring Car, $655. Roadster, $635. H. B. LEARY, Jr. 1321 FOURTEENTH STREET. Phe. N. 4434. Washington, D. C. VISTR1U~T ER rOR Maxwell Guaranteed in ivriting 000 MILES "Wf'hile others are claiming Q uality~ we are :ua ranteein g it." WV HEN you buy Ajax tires you get somethig more Wthan fine rubber and fabric and the vulcaniza tion of these two. You get the maker's steadfast deter miation for Quality. Ajax tires are guaranteed in writing for 5,000 miles. Measured in miles, Ajax are better tires by 1,500 miles. Free Service For All Makes of Tires IN TROUBLE. A flat tire anywhere in the city any make-any timedy or night-any trouble. REMEDY. Call us from nearest phone. Service car will be dispatched immediately. No charge for service-only for material used. PHONE N. 5102. FRANK G. STEWART - SOUTHERN AUTO SPCATESC. -1736 14th St.