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The Detroit times. [volume] (Detroit, Mich.) 1903-1920, July 24, 1917, NOON, Image 4

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BARBER SHOP—
Yom never saw a better equipped or more
unitary shop in you* life. Every barber
: a picked man, the best in the country.
And they know their profits depend on
giving you the best they have. No tips.
SHAVE YOURSELF SHOP—
The second shop of its kind in the country.
Come here when you have to make a
“quick get-away” from home in the morn
ing, or want to get “dolled up” for the
evening. Shave yourself. All the tools,
ready—sharp razors, plain and safety, hot
towels, etc. Chicago men have kept the
first -hor< of its kind crowded since it open
ed. Come and try it for yourself.
MANICURING
Done right and well—yes, “she” will be
very easy to look at. Wonder of wonders
—you can’t force her to take a tip.
SHOES SHINED—Sc
We will probably have to furnish a pair
of smoked glasses wit i each shine so it
won't dazzle your eyes. No tips.
BATHS—
Hot, cold, shower. Fittings and fixtures
so sanitary and attractive that lust to look
at them makes you feel like the old farmer
who put up for the first time at a good
hotel aha remarked when he saw the bath
room, “Well it’s too darn bad it ain’t Sat
urday night.”
DRESSING ROOM—
Where you can change into your “other’*
togs when you come in from a trip or want
to spend the evening down-town.
CLOTHES PRESSED—
While you wait. Just remember this when
you get caught in a shower or want to ap
pear at your l>est and haven't time to go
home for a change.
HATS CLEANED—
And cleaned right.
CHECK ROOM
Safety First for your duds and packages.
LAUNDRY AND DRY
CLEANING -“OWL”
SERVICE
Finest in the city at prices lower than you
would expect. Oj**n till 12 A. M.
SANITARY TOILETS
Why ”-»ponge” on a hotel or risk the aver
age dirty toilets when you will find these
toilets clean, sanitary and convenient. Toi
let privileges with linen towel and soap
only sc. Can you beat this service?
DETROIT TIME?
Men—come and see the newest thing in Detroit—The
Men’s Service Station—Basement of the Gorman Building.
You know the place—That like-a-wedge-of-pie shaped bldg,
Corner of Lafayette, Michigan and Griswold
Every man in Detroit has wanted such a place.
Get this —and remember it. Absolutely no tips
allowed in this service station. We have knocked that
old, be-whiskered, time-dishonored, tipping trouble for
ever-more.
How did we do it? ? •
Easy. We are running this institution on business
principles. Our men who render you service are “reg
ular fellows”— all of them. They are our own business
partners and share in the profits. They don’t have to
depend on the generosity of their customers.
Here you buy a shave, a haircut or other barber’s
work you ask for, at the same prices as elsewhere. But
you don’t pay an additional tax—-aren’t.chased to take
shampoos, singes, massage, etc., that you don’t order.
You’re your own guardian of your beauty here.
No tips.
Here you don’t have to buy a
clothes brushing at a nickel
W a '‘whisk.” iMor do
you ave 4 uy
hat from the boy every time you come in. These ser
vices are free.
What a relief to at last find a place where you
can have all these necessary* services performed right
under the one roof at low prices, and where you will
be made welcome and treated like a gentleman.
worth of over
Service TlldC
To the first 10,000 men who apply, we will give
coupons entitling them to oc worth in any service
department free. We can’t keep an accurate check on
who gets these coupons. So we ask you to he “good
spoils’’ and not repeat. Ask at the cigar stand.
Come and see us today or tomorrow or as soon as
you can. It’s a great establishment. Ask to be shown
through the various departments. Mr. Mills is the
manager. Meet him. He is well worth knowing. Get
the habit of coming here. Let us get acquainted with
you so we will know how you want things done. It
will be a good thing for you and for us.
TUESDAY. JULY 24, 1917.

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