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T-HE; MICH IGAN ;D4ILX..
0 *se 0090 --000

NOTICE,
Spring Line of Puritan- Shoes and
Oxfords now. in. See our new
Tans in window, button or lace,, in
the "New- Spud ::Last."
For the benefit of our customers we wish to say that the
Puritan Shoe Co. has been made .very much -stronger hy going
into the hands of the factory-Geo. E. Keith Company, Brockton,
Mass. George E . Keith does not control the name Puritan, butt
he does own and control the lasts, 'patterns and factory which
-.made the name "Puritanu" famnous. He has always had the ex-
elusive right in making our shoes., When bnying your Puritan
Oxfords this spring he sure and buy the ORIGtNAtL, and not some -
inferior brand with the Puritan label. Stock is all fresh; nEw
Ishapes and styles arriving. daily.
THE OLD ORIGINAL PURITAN
The Old'Place, III South Main Street t

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Enjoyed in America.
*MOGUL SMOKE MARILS LCYMTAN SMOKY.B
Cok rips o lin.
Save the Coupons.

.j f 1 6 ld.,I F The W, . 6.Kernl Co.
411 E: 57th St., Chicago.
r , / Caps and Gowns made to or-
/ , der and rented.
/~J.-Penaets for all colleges and
-a fraternities carried
Sil in stock.
* - c "esC I C(r Oas nPin-, Class and team
,r t-.}'F'Yy~rOS !' 3h1 v {," Send for Catalogues.

Money Loaned;
ONt
Watches, Diamonds i
Or other personal prolperty of
value.. Watches and Jesceiry"Ie-
paired. Bargains in Wateoss
and Diamonds.
Office at residence, 3:11 11. Lib -
erty Street, Ann Arbor, Hours 8
to 1t:3t0 a. in., 1 to 3:38 p. in., 7 to
9 p. m. All Business Confden-
tial. JOSEPHl C. WATTS.

.R E NTS C H LER For anything in the tine of 'Ii
"ThWe Niagara Falls Route." +~ Maker of Photographs Framing, Call on Rentschler, 9I4
THE SHORT LINE-. 44 Phone 389-2r. Corner Main and Huron Streets. 4
ANN ARBOR to 1
CHICAGO - - ,_
BUFFALO MADE JUDGE OF THE SUPREME THE HARMONIC ORCHESTRA.
NEW YORK COURT.
AN ,BOSTON AohrMcia lmu a Furnishes music for all occasions.
Ante MciNDAunu a Dance music a specialty. Address L.
with direct snuC t.esPuand Chicago for St s
Loots, Kansas Clty StPalshewit been honored. Hon. John P. Elkins D. Bates, manager, 808 5. Fourth aye-
For ifrmiation and through ticketsicall 5o o of Pennsylvania has reently been nun. 29-ti
write to W. W. CASE. Agent. Ass Arbor.
uooostu ytoe epussican:.,. party_4

Arkansas, Texas, Mexico
j and California...
Are best reached vta
St. Louis, World's Fair City,
-. the
Iron frountaio
Todil trains to California.
Theedily truens to Mexico.
touor daily trains to Texas.
Fordaily trains to Hot Springs.
toodalyti-sins to Little Rock.
TH ETOF EVERYTHING.
[I. D. Armstrong, T. P. A.,
123:1 Wasltenaw Ave.,
Ann Arbor, Milch.
~SBAILEY eCA EDMUNDS.
$ FISH NETS for DecoratinlgI
1 121. E, Liberty St.
GeATHENS PRESS
grand Floonr. Ateha eTSatre Blg.

.

A. [[P1BLE,
Forest Aveune Meat Market,
Poultry, Game and IFisb in Season
530 Forest Ave. Phone 407
A. J. wATSON
Wall Paler, Paints
and Oils
-216 East fHuron Street.
CreamiCbewillg Caildy,
Salted'Peanuts, Hot Buttered
Popcorn, Crackerjack fresh
daily.
Dil Y., A. A. &kJ, RAILWAY
3'TANDAD TIM'
tlFor petrolt half hourly frsm 6:15 a. xi. until
6:15p . .Thphoryuntil 11:15.. ForYpi
lat ny, t1 us5.m;ad 12:45 a. m.Fo
Jachson hourly from 6:15'a. . Otu it 7:15 p. m.
Tht1 n aom ros~.W.of Mate.
IARNSDRUG.STORE

of his own state for judge of the Su-
preme Court of Pennsylvania. Mr.
Etkins is well known in public life,
having formerly held the ofie of
State Attorney Gleneral. He is a
graduate of the Michigan law class
of 1884.
Michigan has had many men who
have distinguished themselves and in-
flected credit upon their Alms. Mater.
The recent honor to Mr. Elkins is a
notable instance.
THE -LAW OF DEEDS AND TITLES.
"The Conveyance of Rotates in Fee
by Deed," is the title of a legal work
just publiohed. The author is Jameo
H. Brewster, profesof of conveyanc-
ing in the University of Michigan,
and editor of the Michigan Law Re-
view. The work in in oe volume,
of 007 pages of text. It is a state-
ment of the principles of law involv-
ed in the drawing and interpretation
of deedo of conveyance, and in the ex-
amination of titles to real property.
The publisher is the Dobbs-Merrill
Company, Indianapolis, led.
GUtTAR RECITAL.
Johnson Bane, the guitar player ot
renowned reputation, will give a re-
cital in the Trinity Lutheran church
Mnda isoseninz. att 2 His5 rotra, r

A painter paints with colocr, A sou-
siciasn paints with sound; but Alex-
andler paints with sunlight, Gt a suns-
light portrait of yourself. Stuioiuin
Atheno'T'heatre Building. 147-152.
- Your eyes examined by an
v expert optician. All the lat-
eot approved appliances and methods.
known to the profession are employed.
New eye glasses fitted, leuses duipli-
cated, frames repaired. Haler's Jew.
elry Store, if.
Bath supplies of ais kinds at alt
prices at Cushing's Drug stooe. tf.
Chaffing disheo at Holler's Jewelry
Store. tf.
Mandolin strings, 2t cents per full
set-Ann Arhor Music Cs.
Chaffing diohes at Hailer's Jewelry

IStore.

tf-

includes works from Chapin, Moszko-
r t3 SOUTH "PAi N T.woki, Grieg and Mascogni.
D.0.KN amiNOIra soni SOUto
Presiteln- V. President. Univeroity students desiring' to se-
o.s. cn-.tnsss, Cashier.
FIS.AIN LSN core positiono to teach will find it to
FIRS NATONALBANK their intereot to write to James F.
OF' ANN ARBOR, MICH. McCullough, 63$ Fine Arts Bldg., Chi-
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
SURPLOfS kIND PROFITS. - - $40,000 scago. -tf.
S Electric_ and Gas. Fixtures and Construction.
Ftsosbipg and Steam Work. kit at Reaonsabto Rates and First-Class Order at
r.F. SCHIII'S, 207 E. Wasing~tone.
RUXL[R'5
PHSIAL TRAINING IN WRITING,
the book for all the people all ths time, is all vocatios; for home improvement. 605
p. illstrated, price O. Tested B5 years. Threo mosths' corresposdence coosrse hy
author S?. Poe a brief time t will send the bash asd coarse for SI. Will lecture on
jpkscata bgi ad writintotrdolyronwetekdorx50. duives tenalan
n stereigfsraid writing. Iori0159, itor uetaestfo B0uOscinstPen althn
ton oa , 10c. Address Prof. 0. SIXLERt,Maiono St. & Ogden Ave., Chicago, Ill.

JOB PRINTING-MEYERS, 219
Main St. S. Phone 281.
Chafieg dishes at Haller's J-ewelry
Store. tf.
Fresh Lowney's, Allegretti's,. Spar-
row's, Huiyler's, chocolates at Ctioh-
ing's Pharmacy. tf.
Ticket. for four shampoos-$.00.
Soft water. Miss Vaughan, near Quar--
ryn's
Fresh Lowneys, Allegrettis, Spar-
row's and Huiyler's Chocolates at Cash-
leg's Pharmacy.

Sirit of
Helpfulness
n caesof aecidenevieryhbody manifests
aodesitobeof ssistances. Atsuchtimes
ths iit iof bepfulnessassertislf, bstso
otn 11e0 wrong ibing is dsoesand sherighi
tiglef t unones. i-ho first thing to do In
sushaeent~es is to quieklyxand frelr npply
Ponds',Extract--tseoldsxamiy docor-a
reco~gnized egn ,cy remed,iy.for ove60
yeass ed byr ss, physiciansaned hos-
pitls.lEvery sdent sh touhavbeoraboitle
elose at hood. Quickly stopo hleeding ia
deoep cusi; cures bruises, sprains,and pre-
ventsmsls eom0inig sore fromgym-
naiue 0x 5e rcis es; re
lieves enoahe, iothache,
crc~~n heuxiatismad oil pains.
Solothsand freshes toe
rface aftereshavisg. Wotered
Witch lHxzel, a weakstoii-
iion-tomotimes offred is
#place ofPonsExtacnt-
ic hs osmedliinl value-is
positielyuworthless. Pod's
ExI Rtract CURES-iheefome
J ilCIOwNs is itpriceis.
"IE ,x, Soldconly in oealed botlero
" under huff wrapper.
AICCEPT NOl SUBSTITUTE.

NHOCKINOiVAL[Y Ry. otne t xeln
--YOU WILL FIND-
[OUR TRAINS DAILY FROM T0LED0
Carrying Parlor Cams on Day Trains
Steeping Cars on Night Trains 'At
OUNION DEPTS IN TOLEDO
AND COLUMBUS. L. W. LAN DMAN, G. T. A.,. Detroit-

Always Ahead
In Styles.

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR.

The Best
of EvervtinEin alorliUv.

. A . M .Yi il of Tl .

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