Larwill's Service Garage
The Southwestern Way. Wooster Progress. 1914.
|Type||Repair and Maintenance; Machinery Manufacturing|
|Industry||Manufacturing; Other Services|
|Successor(s)||Economy Products Company|
|Founder(s)||O. H. Larwill|
|Headquarters||Public square, office with Wooster Auto Supply Company at junction of Madison Ave, 0000 S. Market St., Wooster, Ohio, United States|
|Number of locations||1|
|Area served||Wayne County, Ohio|
|Key people||O. H. Larwill|
- Wooster Progress (1914)
- 1914 - Service Station
"The Larwill garage is the bet constructed and most complete in appointment of any garage in the city of Wooster. It is as near fireproof as can be. The superstructure is of brick and cement block. The basement is used for the storage of repairs and repair work.
Show rooms and office occupy the front part of the first floor and in the rear of these are storage. This arrangement is at once convenient and pleasing. The storage capacity of the garage is fifty-five cars and the location of the plant, its completeness of equipment, employment of skilled mechanics and careful assistants combine to make it the most popular garage among auto owners of Wooster and tourists in the city.
The garage is located on South Market street at junction of Madison, and is conducted as a service station, as Mr. Larwill has no car Agency. Everything in the line of automobile accessories is carried and the stock is very large and complete; a large assortment of tires always in stock. All Ford Automobile parts are carried.
In addition to regular service station the Larwill Garage has a large machine shop in connection and is equipped to do all kinds of machine work and solicits same. Just drop into the Garage and see how really complete it is.
Wooster is on the Lincoln Highway and with the improvements contemplated on a pike that is already almost ideal hundreds of additional autoists will be passing through and it will be well for them to remember that there are many places of interests for them and if they wish to remain over night. Larwill's Garage is at their service, roomy, convenient and fire-proof. O. H. Larwill is the proprietor and is thoroughly familiar with every road (good or bad) within fifty miles, so if the autoist is in doubt as to the most convenient road to go, Larwill's can direct him. A full corps of repair men are kept so that in case of a puncture or break down very little delay is experienced. 
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- Wooster Progress. 1914, p. 21-22.