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THI MICHIGAN DAILY

You surely have heard of
Pennycook
PENNYCOOK
SHERBETS
ICES
NUF CED
THURSDAY
DEMON ICF
FRIDAY
OR ANG E SHERBET
PENNYCOOK
PRIVATE DANCING
iESSONSIN
AT GRANGER'S, DY APPOINTMENT.
Cass program Tuesday nights, 8 to 10 o'cloc<
Cosing Juie 111.
YOU CAN GET A 0
Hot Lunch
At Tuttle's, 338 S. State
I$2 UNIVERSITY DAN- Lii (I
CING ACADEMY
$2 $2it
SHORT TEEM.
OHIO CENTRAL LINES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
Paror C..- - .at Trin
PICKWICK BILLIARD ROOM
ANI)
BOWLING ALLEY.
707 N. UNIVXRSITY AVENU.
Win. 'bochrein,
Zanitar lumber,
Ztcam & Za0 fitter.
Ilbone 667. 303 Z. State St

State Savings Bank. GEORGE BISCHOFF Correct Clothes for Men
.J.Bodh Jno. V. SheehanLOIST.
Win. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Jas. H. Wade E. F. Mills CHOICE CUT FLOWEIS & PLANT5 EFORE you buy
N. .J. Kyer John Haarer i
lo. Koch Prof. H. S. Carhart Chapin st.,between Huron St. and Miller Ave. another suit,
Frank P. Giazier Christian Martin - Phone 809. overcoat, rain-
++coat or waistcoat
s see what we have
SyOU did right in going to the F saoffer you.
' -tailor. He charged you more Costs you no-
than ready-made clothes cost, but he -, coyreloss oanco. thing to investi-
gave you more'of what you wanted-- . gate and may
individuality and style. You overpay save you much money, time and
now when he gets your order. Col- trouble. Our finest clothes bea
lege Brand Clothes are here to take;_tiuael
the place of his clothes. The custom . raBe a
shop's touches and cut inready-fixed MAKERS NEW YORK
up togs-made just for young fellows because New York makes the best
and made their way. Extreme cloths and ALFRED BENJAMIN & CO.
-extreme shapes-not extreme prices have been making the best of the
NEW LINE RAINCOATS :.best in New York for 30 years.
3. Eeial to fine custom-made in all but
$15 to $25 price. The makers guarantee, and
mars, with every garment. We are
y Exclusive Distributors in this city.
Staebler & Wuerth CUTTING, REYER & Co.
+++++++++++++++.+n .+++++++++++++I++++++++++++++++++1 109=1i East Washington St.

The interest felt during a theatrical itors because it comes as the logical
entertainment generally has its source culmination to an entirely natural se-
in the element of suspense in the quence of events.
drama performpd, but the charm of
"Way Down East" which comes to the LOST-A large brindled Great Dane
Athens theatre this evening is largely dog. Finder will please notify
due to quite an opposite quality. The Rex Wood, 1132 Washtenaw ave-
characters in the play produced by nue, Ann Arbor, or else notify this
Wm. A. Brady are so thoroughly na- office. Dog had a collar bearing
tional, and the episodes in which they name "Keno" and name of owner.
take part are so much like those in Liberal reward offered. 51-53
which similar people would become
involved in real life, that most of the NOTICE TO SOUTHERNERS.
events of the piece may be said to
be expected. Tickets to the Southern Club dance
The stay of Annie Moore, a gentle, can be procured from the secretary of
clingingly affectionate and much the club, Mr. Rex S. K. Wood, 1132
wronged young woman, in a household Washtenaw avenue, or from members
which has among its members so stur- of the committee which consists of
dy a lad as David Bartlett, almost in- Roots, Batt, Thompson, Feckerty,
variably would result in mutual love. Chrete, Searcy, Waters and Spurlin.
This being granted, and the mischief tf.
to be worked by the gossip-loving
Martha Perkins being foreseen, it is FOR RENT-I have a large house on
an easy step to an understanding of North Division street that I will
what follows. Squire Bartlett, the have remodeled to suit fraternity or
rigid old man whose authority has sorority, JAS. R BACH,
never been qulestioned in his home, 45-03 Lawrence Block.
sod whose interpretation of the
"scripters" admit of no liberality, FISHERMEN ATTENTION.
might be counted upon for the very
administration of what he believes to I am again prepared to furnish yot
be justice, which drives Anna into the with fine chlub minnows for bait.
thick of the storm. HARVEY STOFFLET,
Thek irlthustdrivenm.50-53 Phone 364 2-r 121 N. Main
The girl thus driven into a corhoer,
loes what, under the circumstances,
is the must natural thing in the world, Ton will eind the best strings fos
-turns on her accusers, and with a violin, mandolin. guitar and banjo at
rush of the pent-up emotions of years, Root's Music House. We make a
proclaims the honored guest at the specialty of the best. Try them. wfs
family board, as her betrayer. It
takes no stretch of the imagination INLANDER.,
after this to find the old Squire, un-
der whose icy exterior beats a warm Notice is hereby given of the annual
heart, waiting and watching through meeting of the stockholders of the
the early hours of the night for the Inlander Publishing Company, to oc
return of the girl and the son who has cur Saturday, May 14, 1904, at 11
followed her. o'clock a. m., in Room 8, of West Hall
The happy denonement of the EDWARD SAMUEL CORWIN,
play is the more pleasing to the aud- tf Secretary.

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COFFEE
MOCHA AND JAVA
Our Own R.oastirng
Arways fresh 28c per pound
214 Main St. DEAN ft CO.
TU P PIN
AN
A RROW COL LA R

15 CENTS, 2 FOR 25 CENTS
1 CLUETT, EcODYoc& CO.
I MAKERS OFCLUETT AND MONARCH SHIRTS
New Brunis wick Tables
AT
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
Fine Cigars and Tobaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 State St., S.
I Dave justreceivedI he larg-est told finest
r l euiiccoulieofieisoo~iic
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
a even bro ght o he city.
Fine Lunches in Connection.
ifceyticig Nueait, eidClean".
308 S. State St. R. E. JOLLY
a THOMAS ROWE, Proprietor
ROWE'S LAUNDRY~
326 N. 5th Ave. Bell Phone 457.

EXCLUSIVE NOVELTIES IN SPRING SUITINGS
121-123 South Main Street WAGNER & CO.

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ni1BETTER THAN
NosokPURITANSHOES___
um 0 tCEVER BEFORE
In the ORIGINAL and EXCLUSIVE designs, will now be found at
119 S. Main Street, next to Wagner & Co.
I BETTER SOLE LEATHER AND For sale by WM. P. PURFIELD,
BETTER STOCK THROUGHOUT
Formerly Manager of Puritan Shoe Co.

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For the benefit of my friends and customers, I wish to state that George E. Keith never did and never will control the make or
sale of Puritan Shoes, as developements 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 may do so by referring to page 376, liber 7, of miscellaneous records in office of
register of deeds, Respectfully yours,
WILLIAM PURFIELD.

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WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD-GOODYEAR'S DRUG STORE

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