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May 26, 1904 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1904-05-26

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

NOTICE
Spring Line of Puritan Shoes and
Oxfords now in. See our new
S Tans in window, button or lace, in
the "New Spud Last."
For the benefit of our customers we wish to say that the
Puritan Sloe Co. has been made very much stronger by going
into the hands of the factory-Geo. E. Keith Company, Brockton,
* Mass. George E. Keith does not control the name Puritan, but
he does own and control the lasts, patterns and factory which
made the name '"Pwritan" famous. He 'has always had the ex-
clusive right in making our shoes. When buying your Puritan
Oxfords this spring be sure and buy the ORIGINAL, and not some
inferior brand with the Puritan label. Stock is all fresh; new
shapes and styles arriving daily.
THE OLD ORIGINAL PURITAN

"
"

MOGUL
Qrolvn in Turkey.
Perfected in Egypt.
Enjoyed in America.
-MOCUt SMOKL IIAKLS GrY1'rAN SMOSLRS

Money Loaned
ON
Watches, Diamonds
Or other personal property of
value. Watches and Jewelr p-
paired. Bargains in Watclhs
and Diamonds.
Office at residence, 331 E. Lib-
erty Street, Ann Arbor. Hours 8
to 11:34 a. m., 1 to 3:30 p. m., 7 to
9 p. m. All Busing Confiden-
ial. JOSEP C. WATTS.

The Old Place, 111 South Main Street t
I --e-~-~________________

School
Days
are sometimes filled with suffering. The
srren ous lireofthem arage student
brings its series at mishaps. Ponds
Extract-the old family doctor-offers
quick relief and cure for all such ills.
Thoetudant who has a bottlenofPsnd's
rtract ah ads wellpovidedore-
lieve pain and suffering. It cures cuts,
bruises, burns; stops bleeding; re.
lieves earache, toothache, rheuma-
tism and all poinsoas it hy marie.
oothes and freshens the facemat
shaving. For over 60 years it has
been the one family remedy that
has never disappointed.
esoc. Watered Witch Hazel,
a weak solution-some-
times offered in place
of Pond's Extract-has
no medicinal value-is
positively worthless.
Pt dsExtract CURES
-therefore is priceless.
- s old only in seated bottled
fi a under buif wrapper.
ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTE.
A. J. WATSON
Wall Paper, Paints
and Oils
216 East Huron Street.
A. LIE"BLE,
Forest Avenue Meat Market.
Poultry, Game and Fish in Season
530 Forest Ave. Phone 407
BAILEY am. EDMUNDS,
FISH NETS for Decorating
121 E. Liberty St.
+o
rx6e ATHENS PRESS
'Printers
2nd Floo- Atium Tamtre Ol.
<' IGAN GENT gY
"The Niagara Falls Route."
CrE SHORT LINE-
AN ARBOR to'
CI-JTICAG (

R E N T S C H L E R For anything in the line of +
* Maker of Photographs Framing, Call on Rentschler, it
4 Phone 389-2r. Corner Main and Huron Streets. el
++

COMMUNICATION.
On account of the numerous enquir-
ies in Tegard to the entry of Lewis In-
stitute to the Interscholastic meet it
has been thought best to make a
statement of the facts of the case.
The Lewis Institute is primarily a pre-
paratory school but it has a two year
collegiate course in connection. The
men entered for the meet are all stu-
dents under 21 years of age and in
the preparatory department thus ful-
filling the. requirement. The above has
been certified to by the president of
the Institute.
The State Board of Appeals,. con-
sisting of Supt. Hartwell of Kalama-
zoo, L. P. Jocelyn of the Ann Arbor
High School and Dr. F. S. Dunlap of
the U. of M. Faculty, which has juris-
diction in regard to the eligibility of
the contestants, has taken up the mat-
ter and authorized the above state-
ment. CHAS. E. HAYES,
Interscholastic Manager.
An engetic hustler who has had ex-
perience in canvassing and organizing
can secure a very liberal salary with
expenses all paid, as District Manager
for one of the oldest and most stand-
ard Old Line Life Insurance Compa-
nies on the continent. An exception-
ally good opportunity for a high-grade
man. Write giving age, experience in
canvasing and address.
GEORGE H.BEACH,
408-9-10. Union Trust Bldg.,
69-74. Detroit, Mich.
Ticket for four snampoos-$1.00.
Soft water. Miss Vaughan, near Quar-
ryas. a.o. d.
Banjo Club practice at 7 o'clock to-
night. Room 26, University Hall.
LEADER.
Any student wishing to earn five dol-
lars a day now or, in vacation send
name for particulars. Perfectly hon-
orable.
L. T. AYRES,

Fresh Lowneys, Allegrettis, Spar-
row's and Huyler's Chocolates at Cush-
ing's Pharmacy.
Your eyes examined by an
expert optician. All the lat-
est approved appliances and methods
known to the profession areemployed.
New eye glasses fitted, lenses dupli-
cated, frames repaired. Haller's Jew-
elry Store. tf.
Bath supplies of aui kinds at all
prices at Cushing's Drug store. tf.
THE HARMONIC ORCHESTRA.
Furnishes music for all occasions.
Dance music a specialty. Address L.
D. Bates, manager, 808 S. Fourth ave-
nue. 29-tf
Have you had a Vibrassage at
Trojy's? tf.
Be an inspector of our building and
see the latest development in tele-
phony.
There is a Reason for your wanting
independent telephone service and toll
lines.
WASHTENAW HOME TELE-
PHONE CO.,
211- 213 Liberty St.
Vibrassage-at Trojy' s.Its great.

Arkansas, Texas, Mexico
and California...
Are best reached via
St. Louis, World's Fair City,
the
S!dRoute z
Tw o d aily trains to California.
Three daily trains to Mexico.
tour daily trains to Texas.
lour daily trains to Hot Springs.
Six daily trains to Little Rock.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING.
WRITE ME.
1.0D. Armstron, T. P. A.,
1233 Washtenaw Ave.,
Ann Arbor, "ich.
CreamfiChewing ady,
Salted Peanuts, Hot Buttered
Popcorn, Crackerjack fresh
daily,
Candy Kitchen R uUR T
Il S. State St F. B. GI1LBERT.
D, Y,, A. A. & J. RAILWAY
5TANDARD TIJm
For Detroit half hourly from 6:15 a. M. until
1:15 p. m. Then hourly until 11:15, For Ypsi-
anti lon, at 12:15 a, m. and 12:45 a. m. For
Joebson hourly from 615l . m. until 7:15u . m.
Then at :15j. m. and 11:1 ,lm
Waiting Soom, HuronS t.. W. of Main.
a, D. 5150 - nARISO ouL.
President. AV. President.
S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBOR, MICH.
CAPITAL, - - - $100,000
SURPLUS AND PROFITS, - $40,000
MANN'S DRUG STORE
Electric and Gas
[ixtures and Construction
Plumbing andS team work-all at
reasonable rates, at
J. F. SCHU', 207 E. Washington St.
Bier's
Physical Training
In Writing.
The Book for All the
People All the Time
-In all vocations: for home improvement.
60 pp. illustrated. Price $1.00. Tested 25years.
Three months'orepondence corse y au-
tholr, $7. bera brief time t will sed thebook
and course for 1. Will lecture on physical
training iu rapid writing for$100 , or oIne week
for $50, Cond uctive to health and positive
cure for bad writing. Individuality retained.
Business Penman and one lesson, 1C.
Address PROF. G. BIXLER,
Madison St. and Ogden Ave., Chicago
The Best
of Everything in Tailoring

Room ,15 Higgins block.
BUFFALO
NEW YORK WANTED.
Students to canvas for the lightning
duplicator. The .lightning duplicator
with direct connections at Chica o for St a be carried as aside lie. nquire
Louis, Kansas City, St. Paul and the West
Forinformationand throughticketscall onor at 102 E. Huron stret between 2 and
write to W. W. CASE, Agent. Ann Arbor. 16 p.m

*'Gve and Take'
GaeadT k"is the principle of
President
,Suspenders
What one side gives the other side
takes. Comfort,styleandservice.
Absolutely Guaranteed.
Metal trimmings cannot rust. 50e
and $1, any store,or mail prepaid.
C. A. EDGARTON MFG. CO.
( Box 286. Shirley, Mass. s

Always Ahead
-in Styles.

MILWARD, THE TAILOR.

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