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Michigan Daily, 1904-05-28

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'III MICHIGAN DAILY

r NOTICE
Spring Line of Puritall Shoes and
Oxfords now in. See our new
Tans in window, button or lace, in
the "New Spud Last."
Ftor the benefit of our custoiners we wish to say that the
Puritan Shoe Co. Ihas heens made very mutch strontger by going
into the hands of the factory-Geo. R. Keith Company, Brocktun,
Mass. George E. Keith does not control the namie Puritan, hut
he does own and control the lasts, pattrns and f iclory wichc
made thse name "P'ardoan" faeoees. He has always had the ex-
clusive righat in unaking our' shoes. Whien buying yotur Puritau
Oxfords this spring ,he sure and buy the ORIGINAtL, andI not some
interior branad with the Puritau label. Stock is all fresh; nEw
shapes and styles arriving daily.
THE OLD ORIGINAL PURITAN
The Old Place, 1ll South Main Streett

Money Loaned
ON
Watches, Diamonds
Or ether personal property of
value. Watches sod Jewelry-Re-_Q
paired. Bargains in Watches
and Diamondo.
Office at reoidence, 331 E. Lib-
erty Street, Ann Arbor. Hoors 58-
to 11:30 a. in., 1 to 3:30 p. in., 7 to
5 p. m. All tBusiness (,onfiden-
tat. JOSEPHJ C. WATTS.

Away
From
Home
away fee tthe tendttr, sottettous care
otfStote-attuootyingStrd,
ex.erciitgtharder,.tccidentstillttomtt-
tiemestttptn.Iftci tihoetti.mothe
would usePdtEtatt odfatity~
-the tjury soon theatt. cr over Si
htealed wounods,burnstoand brewthtt
Poont's.Exiractt d tatetover be
disatpatttted to tt. Tttere it o reomedy
which wtttltttte ti tace-pot substitute.
Kleetp ahottetady Ste
shavitng. Watered
WitchttHazet-a weatt
soltitott- somettes
?s cffred to ptae at
P oitd's Extract-tts oot
moedtittnat vatue-to
S.t osititeety wortttless.
ll PER totndrs Extract CURSl,
OisEce--tossettereforetopriees.
ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTE.
A. J. WATSON
Wall Phper, Paints
and Oils
216 East Huoron Street.
A,[[E1BU[E,
Forest Avenue Meat Market.
Poultry, Game and [jab in Season
530 Forest Ave. Phonee 407
IBAILEY lam.EDMUNTDS.
t
* 121 IS. Liber-ty St.
U be ATHENS PRESS 2
'Printers 4R ,O
52tss5Floor-.AAt~h etr.ee;3i4,
~AMIGAN CEjiIA
"The Yiagsra Falls Route"
TiHE SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR to
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
wtth dtreet conaectioas at Chicago for St
Loots, Kansas City. St. Pastlad tite West
For iaformatioanadthrough ticketsecall eo ,
write to W. W. CASE. Agent. Ass Arbor.
Always Ahead
In Styles.

4 R EN TS CH L ER For anything in the line of 4
4 Maker of Photographs Framing, Call on Rentschler,4
4Phone 389-2r. Corner Main and Huron Streets.4

WANT, WANTED, WANTING.
A good live, hustling man who can
handle any rent dtepartment, also as-
sist int sales department during sum-
mer. It yoa are goad, your position is
goodl year rotnd. Wilt give good man
isearly alt rant business. This is a
rare chance, anti gootd man need only
apply. Personal office Soars 8 to at
a. m. J. H. HALLER & CO.,
tf 1-4 Hailer Bldg.
NOTICE 1907 ENGINEERS.
The 11117 Enginteers will hold a ban-
quet at Oyster Bay, Friday, June 3.
Everytotu rantout. Tichets can be
otbt ained frttm Becker, Morrisotn, Wag-
ner, Mills. 72-77
CHAIN LESS COLUMBIA.
Bicycle four sale. Enqaire of Fred
Biermau, 113 W. Washington at. t.
NOTICE.
John Stover has withdrawn his can-
didacy for the Michigan Daily Board
of Control.
NOTICE SENIOR.
The class tax of $1.50 it now due.
No one can obtain invitations until
he has paid the class tax. The treas-
urer will ho in Room. C from one to
two p. m. daily except Friday, Satur-
day 11 to 12. 5. E. TOMASON,
Treasurer.
NOTICE.
Annual meeting of Musical clubo in
Boom 24, Ulniveroity Hall, Thursday,
June 2, 1904. M. S. VERDIER,
President.
An energetic hustler whto has had ax-
parlance in canvassing and organizing
can secure a very liberal salary with
expenses all paid, as District Manager
for one of the oldest and moot sta-
ple Old 'Line Life Insurance Compa-
nies on the continent An exception-
ally good opportunity for a high-grade
man. Write giving age, experience in
canvassing and addreos.
GEORGE H.BEACH,
408-9-10 Union Trust Bldg.,
69-74. Detroit, Mich.
Bath snppiies of ass kinds at all
prices at Cushing's Drug store. tf.
Vihrassage-at Trojy's, Its great
ULWARD, THI

Fresh Lowneys, Allegrettis, Spar-
row's and Huyler's Chocolates atCush-
ing's Pharmacy.-
/ Your eyes examined by an
99 D expert optician. All the lat-
est approved appliances and methods.
known to the profession are employed.
New eye glasses fitted, lenses dupli-
cated, frames repaired. HaIler's Jew-
e elry Store. tf.
THE HARMONIC ORCHESTRA.
Furnishes music for all occasions.
Dance music a specialty. Address L.
0. Hates, manager, 808 5. Fourth ave-
nue. 29-tf
Chaffing dishes at Hailer's Jewelry
Store. tf.
WANTED.
Students to canvas for the ltghtning
duplicator. Can be carried as a side
line. Enquire at 102 E. Huron street
between 2 and 6 p. m.
Any student wishing to earn five dol-
lars a day now or in vacation send
name for particulars. Perfectly hon-
orable.
L. T. AYRES,
Room 15 Higgins block.,
Winnipeg,. Canada.

Arkansas, Texas, Mexico
and California...
Are last reached via
St. [ouis, World's [air City,
the
Iron frountaill
Route 1
Two dailytaiam- to California.
Sliree daily trains to Mexico.
Four aity trains to Texas.
-:Four diiy trains to Hot Springs.
Six daily tratins to Little Rock, .
TH T S T OF EVERTHING.
WRITE ME.
11. ND. Armstrong, I. P. A.,
1233 Washtenaw Ace.,
Ann',Arbor, Milch,.
C aficilewifig*Caildy,
Salt d Peanuts, Rot Buttered
Popcorn, Crackerjack firesh
daily.
Ca1ndystitchs 1 IE F I
tet St hi, UP* K
D,, Y., A. A. & J. RAILWAY
hYAPI DAPDTIl'11
Foar I)etroit half haurly from eta5 a. a, until
Iitp. a. Thea hourly osntil t:15.Far Ypsi-
latiinty, at 12:15a. m. ad 12:4a a, m. For
.Jackisan Shory feast a:ta a. m.ontl7:15 D. m,
E. 1). atNNE, nARSNSOUL anE
President. 0V. President.
a. W.CLARSON, Cashier,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
tOt ANN ARBOR, MICH.
tAKtTAt, - - - $199,000
SURFLUIS ANDS PROFITS. - $40,000
MANN'S DRUG STORE
213 5SOU1THf"AI N ST.
[Electric and Gas
[fixtures and Construction
1 Pluming atttlSteaimtworkt-ati at
reaosttelragtisit
.. [St 11111'S, 207 t. Washingion St.
Bixier's

Phsical raining
PRESIDENT ~
The Book for All the
SuspedersPeople All the. Time
work in perfect hsarmsony with
the wearer's every. movement. -Is sit tocattont; for Snte improvemcot.
Comfort. Style sod Service tiltS. illustrated. Price$1.00. Tested la7yettes.
Tthree-ts itis' corespotndence tourse by au-
ABSOLUTELY ttttr, 57. FrS bitef rictte ICwittsend thehbooh
GUARA TEED antd ciorsor icet.wtlllecture on. physical
GUARANTEED tratiiag is eappd writng foe $1W, or otte weeks
ic130,, Cciiduettte toi healthtacid pcsittve
Trimmings cannot rust. core fiteltatS}weititng. Intdividuality. retttinted.
Fsle50sndss.ao,asysoresesxetspepald. Bsie.'*umnad oeson, lee.
BSR x. A. t EDShirley,55.Address PROF. G. BIXLER.,
_______________________Madison SI.ad Ogden Ave., Chicago
'T"ATT (1nT?. The Best

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