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July 22, 1925 - Image 3

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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219 South Main St.

PEN'S DRUG STORES

723 Northi University Ave.

217 North Main St.

LOST
LOST-A pair of bone-rimmed glass-
es in black case. Name Inside.
Finder please call Helen Loomis at
3718 or return to Secretary's office.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT- House, 6 rooms and
bath, modern. Furnished or unfur-
nished. 1030 Church St. Call after
5:30 P. M.
REPORTS ENCOURGING
OUTLOOK FOR TAX CUT
1Swampscott, Mass., July 21. -
Plunging into his first real considera-
tion of the administration's legisla-
tive program President Coolidge to-
day received an encouraging report
from Senator Curtis of Kansas, the
Republican leader, on the prospects
for a heavy tax cut.
A redemption of at least three hun-
dred million is in prospect on the
basis of treasury reports he has Just
gone over, Senator Curtis told the
executive. He emphasized however,
that 'since the program for the or-
ganization of thergovernment depart
ments be enacted a cut of half a bil-
lion dollars seems possible. He pre-
sented no specific plan for tax reduc-
tion.
Leningrad, July 21. - Private and
personal property of the late Czar
Nicholas II, valued-at several million
rubles, will be offered for public sale
this week by the special Soviet com-
mittee in charge of the state muse-
ums.,

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"A STORE IN EVERY SHOPPING DISTRICT"
Our store is converient tothe Campus.

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TO BUY second hand Ford cheap,
state price. Box 33, Daily.
A JUNIOR Student wants a suite ofI
rooms this coming fall in a private
family, near the campus, preferably.
Give details. Box 4, Daily.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-1 1-2 year thorobred air-
dale. Very reasonable. Telephone
3618.
FOR SALE-A doctor's roll top ac-
count register, and case record.
Iial 6845.

Drop in between classes.

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OUR STOCK OF

USED CARS

is now complete and* ready for your inspection.
It is easy for you to purchase one of our good
used cars, for we sell both for cash and on a
credit basis. If you contemplate buying a car it
will pay you to consult us before making a
decision in this matter.

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Lie championship bout with Harry Wills to which Jack Dempsey has
agreed, probably will be delayed to September 1926 becaise of the
condition the champion considers himself to be in. This new photo,
on his return from Europe with his wife, Estelle Taylor, film player,
him as he is today.

The Lone Surv ivor

Washington, July 21. - American
vice-counsel Harold G. Bretherton at
Aguascalientes, Mexico, was shot in
the back and slightly wounded on the
night July 16.

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