The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 12, 1914 · Page 7
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The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 7

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Sunday Morning, July 12,1914. T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Page" Seven -The real .ban* of tire icroce u J jtti^--quality pf^nateriautnaqual- $?'ity of ^ gQ rkir fl n*p'pi .Sticking to this manufacturing truth htt made Re» ^publics what they «re;| You'll appreciate "what they ate" .when you find out^IVhat ^theydo."^^ ^^ Come in 'and buy one j^'find ot^ora'tndir.' Complete Stock on Hand REPIJBI1C MILEAGE MOTOR CAR SUPPLY HOUSE 357 N. Main Si. Guy C. Ferre, Prop. Bell Phone 725. Auto 1995 --Photo by Rembrandt Studio Picturesque Scene at Ozone Club. The Oirls in this picture «re from theOahokla Campflre Group of theY W. CA. PICTURESQUE SCENE AT Y. W. C. A. CAMP B EAUTIFUL Tlews »re plenty e,t the Oione club louth of the city, which ha* been In the possession of T W. C A. girls for several weeki, but one of the molt attractive Is a .view from a ravine eloie to the club ground*. The tfrls In the accompanying picture are from the Caokla campfire croup, the flrit croup of girl* to cpend a week at the olub One of the favorite paetlme* of the cirle wa« to take tripe up and down the hllli about the club (rounds. CEREMONIAL, DRIES When the picture was taken the girls t*ad on their ceremonial dresses. Each campflre group which visited the camp bad a cermonlal meeting These meetings are always Interesting and plo- CLASSMATES OF JUDGE JOHNS Graduated la 1M», Fire H»Te Dte« Im tae Past Tear. Roy Banner, court reporter for Macon county, has collected and forwarded to F S Dewey of Detroit, secretary of the class of '69 of Michigan University of which the late Judge W. C Johns was a metr.be-, the facts concerning- the life of Judge Johns published In the Decatur pace's immediately following; his death The secretary of the class is to use these In a history of the members cf the class The reunion of the class of '»9 was held this year at Ann Arbor on June 33 Judge Johns had Intended to attend this reunion but a short time before leaving for the west be dictated to Judge Lamm of the Missouri supreme bench a letter advising him that he would be unable to attend and asking that he Inform the other members of the class. Judge Johns explained to Judge lamm something of his physical condition and finished by saying, "and now good bye. And give my love to all of the boys of the class " Secretary Dewey sent to Mr Sanner turesque but these were made doubly so by the out of door surrounding* The girls wound In through the trees from both directions to the campflre. using their ceremonial steps and singing their campflre song* Other ceremonies were gone through with beside the fire. GROUPS THIS WEEK Different groups of girls will visit the camp this week The gymnasium girls expect to spend a few days there and the Mueller and Osgood * Reiner girls expect to go for the week-end Last Friday night the gymnasium girl* were out and reported a delightful time. Mrs Mattle Foster and Mr. and Mrs Claude Price are in charge of the camp The T W. C A. will have the use of the camp for two more weeks a copy of the program Two of the names of the men who expected to be at the reunion w h e n the program was printed -nere marked off One was the name of Benzette Williams of Chicago who died on June 20 and the other wi the name of Judge Johns These two names were added to the list of members wno ha\e died since 1869 There are twenty of these and there are three of these besides the two named who have died this year The twenty-four living members are scattered over a dozen states and a very large proportion of them are men of distinction. R. A. LEONARD IS DISTINGUISHED Former Decatar Boy Doei *CteII In California, According to word recch ed from OrovlIIe, CaJ, R A Leonard, a formar Decatur boy, son of Mrs. Brenneman, is running lor district attorney In the Southern California district and has good chances^)! being 1 elected Leonard worked his way up He attended the Southern IAW School of California, NOISELESS GEARLESS Cartercar 118-inch wheelbase. Jones system electric lighting and starting. One piece, elear vision windshield. 15-gallon gas tank in cowl. 48 H. P. Northway engine. Tins 36x4. Stewart speedometer. Extra tin, tube and rim. Trunk rack and robe rail. Car complete, delivered, price $1,285. E. J. DIVAN, Agt. Ottjr Oarage, Cor. W. Main snd N. Church Sts. I HAYNES America's Greatest "Light Six" The result of 22 years' successful experience in building motor cars Completely Equipped $1485 Completely Equipped $1485 The Haynes latest production is this beautiful, powerful "Light Six," with graceful streamline body, 55 brake horsepower en bloc motor having a flexibility that enables you to throttle down to two miles per hour and sufficiently powerful to make a mile a minute. Unit power plant, 3-point suspension, 6-cylinder en-bloc motor, developing 55 brake horsepower. 121-inch wheelbase. Left hand drive, center control. Weight, completely equipped, 2,950 pounds. Leece-Neville starting and lighting system. Ignition from storage battery through Eemy distributor and coil. Economical Bayfield Carburetor. Vacuum gasoline system with gas tank at rear of chassis. Splash and force feed lubrication. Force feed water circulation. dutch, three-plate dry disc type, lined with Raybestos. Transmission, selective sliding gear type, three speeds forward, one reverse. Haynes full floating rear axle. Exclusive arch frame construction. Low center of gravity, long, sweeping body lines. 34x4-inch tires, Firestone demountable rims. Motor driven tire pump. Stewart-Warner speedometer. Improved one-man top. Clear and rain vision ventilating wind shield. Tire carrier at rear of chassis. Clear running-boards. Electric horn under hood. These and other exclusive Haynes features insure the popularity of American's Greatest "Light Six." This car is designed by the Haynes engineers and is built at the Haynes factory, with the same scrupulous care that has always characterized the Haynes product. Its simplicity of design provides increased power, endurance and general reliability. You will find this new Haynes embodying all the good points that you will want in a car. Its a car that maintains the Haynes prestige. We want you to come in or write us and let us tell you why its the car you should buy. Buyers already are securing reservations of the first cars. We expect our first deliveries about August 1, and will be pleased to take care of your reservation. Come in tomorrow! North Main Street Garage Auto Phone 1588. 530 NORTH MAIN STREET Jas. d.'Parker, Prop. Ben Phone 201.

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