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March 17, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-03-17

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THE U. OF M1i.. DAILY.

A 25 CENT L
TOOTH BRUSH<
lT ayibody whot ihaboug t Frm uee
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itsbrit les.
TIS IS A STANDING OFFER.
Calkins' Pharmacy

AN At NGYG M the OJTFITTER┬ž.,
A full tint of $3.00) and $4.00 HATS inlihe lateil Spring Stlaies. '
The Ifiixesi ine of -Neeewear i the City.

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_______________________________________ 7AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.
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THE ANN ARBOR A R GU S
PrRIN.Ti'ING Y'and7Will 4 Sooth ain Stret.iceiii11ice(t10 oile ocl.
CL P1 UBLIS 41NG uthAn Arbree. MeDEAN 4& COMPANY.
U . NG AnStudent Work a Specialty. UNIVERSITY NOTES. rof. Knowlton's lectutre next
i3Lct W'rtitii i cii li owet'cittiPr' ieyiceshasnlcetci C.i. " Monday evening before the Inland
LadaS Atisic airresingParors kis bsebll anaer.League will deal, in a popular way~,
Laeife'An~tirlciit'dress xingxais, kis; asbal mnaerwith "Somte of thte Cutrious Phiases
,hioi ift s.l 1 inlciili i i1, Irn, Rce1lha.i.',,isci-of Our Marriage lawes'' Aimis-
o iti ti wt., ti ' tiit tbe ioi gaged in buisiness atSt. Lottie, Mo. son te cli.
C. WV. Staples, lent '3g, Itas
Rev.ourtshitg practice at Lyndon- Rev. Chtarles E. Pterkints, of loses
r -- j'~ vile, Vt City, will speak at the t'nitarian
Ihe business of hcutrch tonmorrowe norning; subject:
"Sincerity in Religioin." Evening
Ill t'arclszae but occurs the last tues subject: " Liberal Clhrtsttanity;
da ntis nmonths, March 27. cvbat it is not, and what it is.''
j i All candidates for the 'c " lace IMr. Ericson wil represent North-
itilLEADING SCHOOL OF BSINESS baseball learn wiii please hand in ceestern 115 the tiratorical League
anISHBTittet ial cet itn in contes, istad of Mr. Coshcen.
ttWh rtlrg'tt endanttcite;goiecliciptineii, ,ithei r names at once to manager F.cnet nt
o ok ell ttitied eingr;dilye t ctrs pai. atn T.Tae sre. 'he decision of the judges giving
i~rce'n tnsillillis A. fWoodcimedicentsinxpoci-first place to Mr. Ericson cwas on
0xnec5(^s;tresident75pephyskiclairvatofamthes.Wedisesday approved by the Oratori-
P. R. CLEARY, PEis. isna taaaaa ec, cal association by a vote of Ion
School ef Dancing. Ground Floor, t ee. to 59.
MAYNARD STREET. Judge Chseever cwill siteak tomor- Prof. H. I. Wiliest will Ipreachi at
riI p jroe morning in the S. C. A. series lice Church of Christ, S. University
oh Sunday addresses. is subjecti avenue, tomnorrowat I0:3o and 7:30.
Gal tei Lt(f or111 Y.0'1: 2..is t. m(o ill be "Citizenship." Its the evening he cwill deliver the
ioIt ts e itt AI pln Xi. ieki4 i lfl. '.he committee 0on arrangements egthS of the series of sermsons on
,tnI ofic a Aciciy.for thce debate wills Northwestern "iPresent-day Questions,'' the sob-
has sncceeded in securing as one of ject being "rThe Christian andt
tlte judges Ex-Mayor J. K. Hamil- Amusement."
ton, of Toledo. The following members of the
At the 6:45 p. no. Vesper service Republican club have been appoint-
in the church tomorrow, M. F. ed an an executive committee by
f Clutton, homoeop '97 will read a Pres. Sheridan: Geo. WV. Fuller,
-c '~ , paper on "Taking Thought for the Gnu. E. Leonard, F. C. Kuhn,Chas.
Morrow," at the 7:30 p. m. church A. Denison, M. R. Todd, L. 0.
VICTOR Cycles Lead. service following, Rev. E. M. Duff IWadleigh, E. D. Babst, E. L. Allor,
call for cttalog and5 examine wheelseat will speak on the subject of "The F. D. Adams, P. G. Burnharm, H.
M. Staebler's Cycle Esaporinoni, Problem of Pain; Holy Week has F. Hussey, Jas. R. Arneill, A. J.
11 W. WASHINGTON ST. Ann Arbor. Solved it."( Purdy, Harry Weinstein.

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$R ARE THlE BEST.
CIGARETTE SMOKERS oeil-
ing Is pay a little cmoret thntal ice
chtargedi teethe eordiatre1Cigattes
wtillfindTH IS BRAND neperior to alleothers.
The Richmond Straight Cut No,.1
CLGA.RE,'I''S
ace unade tfrntthe bighetest,mteleicate
ini flavor, and ighitest coei GOLD 11SF
grewn in Virg'itiat.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, 'intlobsieree
ttat the namne cf the tmanufalctuerseea0
heletw is on ecery itackagie.
WE ARE IN IT
'it th a F'ine Liteeof5Imporetd tnl
Domestic
SPRING and +~ A~1JI
+- SUMMER 1'ABUICS
FOtR FASHIONABlLE WEAR.
THE LEADING TAILOR,
No. 2 E. Washington St., N AI1NT

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