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May 03, 1904 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

You Surely have heard of
PENNYCOOK
THE TRUTH
It is uot through egotism
that we say that Ices
Sherbets were uukuowu
here before we came.
There is a vast differeuce
betweeu frozeu lemsouade .
usually served aud our
LemnuIce.
TUESDAY
LEMON ICE
WEDNESDAY
ORANGE SHERBET
Ponnycook.
AT GRANGER'S, itY APP'OINTM[NT.
Class pto- mTt itttty tnightstot o' 1
Closie TJune 1th.
$ YOU CAN GET A
Hot Lunch
At Tnttle's, 338 S. State
UINIVERSITY DAN- fl
CINtG ACADEMY
UILA Otakte t. /
01110 CENTRAL LINE
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUM~BUS

~State Savings Bank. GEORGE BISOHOFF, rrt Clothes for Men
Wms. Arnoild tr. V. C. Vaugitan g i s
Jas. H. Watts E .+F. MittsNT.yrJonHaae CHOICE CUTI'iLOWER.5 & PLAN I
IN. I. Fer Prof. i.S. apt Ga~n . J~fe ir~i5.at 1~e Tz ordinary ready-
Prant P. GOazier Chtristian Matin Pho'tnett',li.5m e. D nt
w adse mony
XTOUI ditd right ini gointg 1toihepatiencea on
ti+ ? ateceo
t M ' tiotr. lie cht go?;d iott mtore these when you
thau ready-miade clothes cost, bh t'r taos, A. o~c(e, can ha ve th e
gave you mtore of stat youtititild happy medium-high-grade
°iiliirliait 5L tit reaindy-for-service apparel equal to
now henhe ets ourordr. Cl- inecustom-made and at a fair
<J ,, ticwet i gt°yu rio. o- price. 'his label
lege Braud Clotlies arc here to take 3
t he place of his clothes. Theo custom -1° Jf4 ejai
shop's touches sod cutt in ready fixed- . M AK{ERS IisNEWN YORK
up togs-nmade just for young fellows gurnesyute utmtio'
and umade their way. Extoctic cloths fit, style, fabric, and workman-
' # "-extremtesliapes-tlextrdi prices _ ship: and the ready-maker's
NEW LINE RAINCOATS :-~J'C
-' Equai is ine cutom-made in aii but
to 25f rice. The makers' uarantee, and
$5ours, with every garment. We are
°f Exclusive Ditributori in this city.
I Staebler & Wuerth CUTIG REYER& CO

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GOV. CUMMINS. NOTICE YO SOUTHERNERS.
Relative toe Governor Ctimmin's lee-
ture wihich is schedultetd tor May 7th, TikeltstoIcthe Sothitern I ltb dnct
its University Hail, the following cont- railbeitt curdtfonttt'111t t l'i'irtiry of
nmonication has beets received frsm te lus' biti, Sir. It'sS. K.-v\\'ood, 11.',O FE
the Geveroor's Iprivate serretary. tslt tlw venuet.,, r(it' tttl
Aitril 14, 1904. fthe lit' rstiilt' sitwichi till, ist AN D JAYA
Dear Sir:- ittts li I tittt.iii 't lii. un 0'w~Ren$ astinud
'This is to advise you that the Gouv- ' titt, Searcy, cl'testtti Sit trlitt.
erneo has goune sotuth in the lhope of ti. Amy xuh Z5p'-p'nn
shakhis>'oil a tenacios ease of is 2 MadS. ] A 8 O
gripple, which conin~ied hinm to his SENIOR ENGINEERS. - - --
homie for more titan a monthti. Thei
tGovernor's sickness makes it nteces- t't' tI I1li t
sary to at least postptone the date of 5titi stl)tt tittt IIt.ii
his appearance before year Club.lie -INStkt
wiil write you diefinitely about the steRNrItt ttetli itl
matter fottos sonme ion i h Sttt'ili ~ i E M R
Yoturs vertruy tt 'rtiitti i tlei'i i FTEBS
Y JOHiNBIAtR, StiL~tril). 2.l5dt 8. ~i, lIt 1111, ri OFT EBS
PrivateSeceretary. 45-6t tiiteiiice i flir. T 1 -
Governor Cummins has diefinitely 3 p ~
'promisedtiot come to Ann Arohr this University studlents desiring to se- CUTPAOY&O
year to deliver a lectture undler the cora positions to teach will intl it to r"LUT
ausitices of the Goodt Government their interest to write tit Jamtesi1'. iETananoCOLR
lb, antI as he is a man of exceittions- IMcCullough, 6i39 lilac Arts Bltig., Chi- Gur H RO OLR
al ahility as a political siteakcer matt cage. tu.4
thinker, a man who has definite ideas
tin the indutstrial policies that should You will find the best, stritigs fo
conatrol our government, anti a man violin, imandolin. gaits:' slotbailo) t in '
whom otto students wotuld like to hear, Root's Music Hloose. We makiea'ns ckT be
it is hopetd that he will he ablo to specialty of the heat. Try theme. wl'sA
meet his engagement before the -endtiREID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
of the school year. INLANDER. fn ~esesThcn
.TT>r . , ,,,,. "r,.,,., T+ t.Tt, ,, .. ,.,.<,,,>,.;> ,, ,, ;, lAS.,-W. REID, Prop, 312 Siate St., S.

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PICKWICK BILLIARi) ROOM groat. f

ANDs
BOWLING AI L ft'E.
707 N. UNIVEIRSITY~ AVENUE.
Wtn. lbocbrein,
!Bauitaq P lumber,
steam & Gas fitter.
I~bone 667. 303 !B. State $t

SENIOR LITS. IMPORTANI.
Will t'e isin oft'the 'lassswhoithaue
nott yetsirtiredt rails attdt;;ows
pleast' ral atomy erotisiat5112 Sotti
,late' strcet hits otftenbettt twenc'1

iseingtolitthe sitocktolders iifSt'E
ciii aaritay, MSlit)' it.4,tlt, 11I
o'tclcka. ii., i t ,ofiWi.et'st sI tall.
tf SEeertt'ry.
'04 LAW NOTICE.

Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
Pine Lunches in Connection.
i~ EV rtilitistNet andoileanut.
3115 S. Stale St. R. S. JOLLY
t THOMAS ROWE, Proprietor+
O.ESLAUNDRY
3261N. 5th Ave. Sell Phone 457.

Cotest fit' elasscolattie ofiS01i1'ti
FISHERMEN ATTENTION. Lawu chiss, Fridtay evening at 7::1,0in i
Inmagaintrc'ptare'itotitfurnish nyou ittitotiP. of .awme ltitio. Admisioni
with fne chuibtminows fur halt. ftoe.
tiAIIVEY ETtOiFi.R Cotittestasts:t Ebtatitig, Sennu, to'-
5-53 tehine 364 2-c 121 N. Mate nensseii, Axfotrdandituylt.

EXCLUSIVE NO VEL TIES
121-1235 South "iain Street

IN SPRING

S UITINGS
WAGNER a. CO.

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No old stockPURITAN SE

BETTER THAN
EVER BEFORE

In the ORIGINAL and EXCLUSIVE design, will now be found at
119 S. Main Street, next to Wagner Co.

BETTER SOLE LEATHER AND
BETTER STOCK THROUGHOUT

For sale by W M. P. PURFIELD,
Formerly Manager of Puritan Shoe Co.

alofFor the benefit of my friends and customers, I wish to state that George E. Keith never did and never will control the make or
slofPuritan Shoes, as developenients will prove. I, alone, control the sale of Puritan Shoes in this city and Washtenaw county.
Anyone desiring to prove the truth of this assertion imay do so by refcrrinug to page 376, liber 7, of nDi col7tuttus rcocrds in office of
WILLIAM PURFIELD.
W E ARE.i NEVER UNDE' W W' -F41'fR SOLD-GOODYEA f+r* *+t*r* +t~. tsk ++4 14t 4+44 +4 ++t * R +t# atra++ t+.F* tswr#s4E '^tF +6 E A B yNE R U D I O D Y A 'S D"RUS O E

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