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of Cod-liver Oü with Hypophosphites, can be taken as easily ín summer as ín winter. Unlike the plain oil it ís paiatable, and the hypophosphites that are ín it aid in digestión and at the same time tone up the system. For sickly, delicate children, and for those whose lungfs are affected, it ís a mistake to leave it off ín the summer months. The dose may be reduced if necessary. We recommend the small size especially for summer use, and for children, where a smaller dose is required. It should be kept in a cool place after it ís once opened. For sale by all druggisM at 500. and $1.00 WANTED, FOR SALE, ETC. TO RE;nT- Term of yearson shares- Stock farm, 200 acres, tillable land, ampie buildings, good fences, well watered. Lessee to furnish stock. Is 2'A miles from best stock market in Washtenaw county. A. M. Clark Ann Arbor; A. F. Clark, Saline. 3t TEACHER of mandolín, banjo and guitar, Hattie Long, 69 Miller Ave, ORSE WANTED-At 28 N. State street, Ano Arbor. Jlust beyoung, sound and cheap. Weight about 1,200 pounds. Cali 6oon. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Three farms, one close to Ann Arbor, S5 acres, flrst class buildings, another in Lima, 100 acres well timbered and good buildings, and the third in Lodi, 40 acres, good ampié buildings. Cali on or address Wm. Osius, Box 1551 Ann Arbor, Mich. PIANO TUNING.- A. D. Brown, the well known piano tuner with C. J.Whitney, will be in the city soon. Orders left at the Argus office will aaooiAO bis attention. TO RENT- Unfurnished rooms, or a large house corner of División and Jefferson, in first class condition, desirable for roorniug- and boarding. If desired will change to suit tenant. A. M. Clark, 47 S. División st. 34-8Ü AFINE PIANO for sale cheap, almost new. For particulais address E. N. Bilbie, Box 1800, Ann Arbor. 24-36 TOST- Ou the Whitmore Lake road by the - péach orcliard. nortli of the James C. AIlfn house, ou ïlmrsdav. Aug. 27, sixteen iron bi-ace rods tor a windniill, 10 and 12 feet long. ïinder please return them to John Sniith. Ann Arbor town, or send him such informatiou that he can recover them. ÍJ5-37 IN CONSIDERATIOX, of the times Miss :Marian Smitïi is forming classes in music ai vi-jy reasonable rates. Children's classes a specialty . Free Choral class Saturday morning. 53 Washtenaw Ave. 3)-37 GRAND OPERA HOUSE ONJE NIGHT ONLY. SATURDAY, SEPT. 5 FITZ & WEBSTER IX A Breezy Time Tuned up to date. new but the title. 20 STAR ARTISTS 20 C "JHJE COLÜMBIA QUARTETTE. C "THE TENNIS QUIXTETTE. C "THE DAGO SERENADE. C "THE BIti'CLE tí WELLS. C "OUR LATEST: THE TÜRKISH BELL GAVOTTE." Reg-ular Priees, 35e, 50c, 75e. Tickets for sale at the U. S. Express office without extra charge. It's just the tbing, noise it about. Grand Opera House ONE JNIGHT ONLY. Tuesday, Sept. 8 CHARLES W. DANIELS' Latest Melo-Dramatic Production, THE Wyoming Mail! Under the management of W. B. McCollam&Co. THE ORIGINAL CAST Louise Cai-y and her acting Pony "Babe," The great trio, Dixon, Bowers & Dixon, engaged at a salary of $500 per week prices. - 35, 50 and 75 Cts. Reserved seats oa sale at U. S. Express


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