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March 20, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-03-20

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A 25 CENT
TOOTH BRUSIH
'1~ at roloy who has itooght from us Afl
Z 25 cemnt tooth b)rush which shedls
its bristles.
TIS IS A STANDING OFFER.
Calkins' Pharmacy t"

THE UE. OF M. DAILY. ______
S PittN G y IJMA N At the O'CTFITTEIS
line of $3.00 and $4.0~0 HATS in the latest Spring Shiaopes.
'Tie -Fin~est Line of Neckwear in the Coi.
BROWaDIS= W& Awwrrr-~ somT

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2VEQEr WWMXE? NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
7AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.
=A77=A 777 , =I t'J 02M=TW 01
ErISOOPA PRAYER-BOOKS AND A lcHYhy NALS2 e cn.Dicut, ldof

AtIlitr ~ettiiiI ai Cin f.S as
or n a ti. re t i tidepo sits, i uiia
titis i rii aiii i tites i
Urtitel dir ia. rait ileti etitst i
dent a titi. itt tC E.at It lis tri m t't
LE ANN ARBOR ARGUS
PRITINGS and+e
- -PUBLISHING
-tudent Work a Specialty.
Bent Iiiithmitiandihtaowest Petiers itt i in Ctr.
Lioiinor Atistic Hairdessing Parlors.
rai
Is Bil LEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
ea-s on eattendaneet gootiiplie uer-
ttitior\ ,,;visuid rad itng romt dailt eictries-
tat ririvteeniti eeeptins ptithtie entiteern
unitS Stisitririfaciitisioraiengrcsrtudeti oi-
enecte t oi5peir wneck i recit amilies.
Fr e2scmatalnoe, addrtess
P. R. CLEARY, PRnS,
Shooe of Danetig. Groond Floor,
MAYNARD STREET.
t iE 4 art 1)t antei itorr eivate Ptrte-, 'rilp-
Shire5Baniern trr, etc. Bitttai trite tail.
X1.atact s muontibe'introducedu. Ornierte
traiho hine at Acetmy.
VIICTOR Cycles Lead.
Ciii foc catalog and examine wheels at
1.Staaebler's Cycle Emiporlun,
I I W. W.&SBINCTON $T. Ann, Ailgor. .

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I>i>tchut tait ietcl% UJrus tilairs/a iltiuriiiiija'. .- U. OF M. FLAGS.
dirts, lit~lod, ' C.a a ir a re/jr /r I/t.o
I a i eil terlii~h r~ .- niril7irid er. es n t ii
[ t fit ti r('errhoir i f t; t j rithtllr smoekiri etI' litr.re.ii icit i 1 I in lteI, .i ,i
ddtlit't rt } iiioiilt/. ,M ldtil iitli)1/rtcf Co. tr e tiltpin. Prtce,01.ad.
Wiltilte rIIsI rri te iii tt. I I, fat /A L I) Jt---
44s>tAumai Arbor, Mink. DEAN & COMPANY. FLDOWERS, t fj OWZRS
UNIVERSITY NOTES. The Ireshmna njlto dltb to pine- OU .I &1A If.Q lsti V;25. irrtir %
h~is \rCS oriweilis isiiegticengeveryr eveoning for tte fresh- ,
MisVv oneli iiigmart bantsirtwhiclh willlae ginte~ hn frmi rfaislah
fred nlri.irs about thsree trecks. 't l~
It J'.loturland hiss beets electedl lit ilr il tiirii ttt. rij rtrrerrrr t i t. t r t at
rahilirs f i) baseall eam. The young laeoplers society of the tri nrstIrnln rritr.Py ie
'tai, .~ isctsis resbyterian chutrchu was re-organtia- ntii , er i!"po/ rro ut
L otsedl Sunday evenig, becomiina t hi. IEI ,tres F. .IPL~,Cahiric
ed to sinoo ith pneumonia. CtitasEtdao oieyBiiak petittrttdttturiivntiug.
Juirawas commrence hills andChitaEnevrscty
~hrtesIset ieekttner rof Joiri Alljtuniors wvishsiisg to try for thte
S . baseballteant should report tor P.
11. it. Worden, '94 lir, is enter-~hoiln aian rV ~ Xl
taig i trttr rn Gadkins, manager, au soon as postible. ,
Rapids. Henry WFade Rogers, president of IQHO
Webster society held a sptecial Northwvester~n university, will glee a SRVO R H ET
Greeting yesterday otter the jutnior lecture in the 'hjesleyan Guild next CI ARETT THMO ERSwBaeSTin
law lecture. Sunday evening at thse Methodist sgtoi pay a litile muretitan te prine
D~r. Chat. P. Stone, dent 'rqt church. wrtilfid THIS BRANDeuperoutl others.
practicing in Saginaw-, is visiting his 'The Churclt of Christ has opened The Richmond Straight Cut Not.I
mother in this cityr. a reading roons in the church par- CIGARUETTRS
T'ie '9;~ track manager, Rd. C. lors, for the benefit of students and are madetfrom the rghtest most deltrate
rin aor, tiedthigetcoot GOLD LEAF
tiourlanid, is calling out tlse fresh- others. M~any good books and the grown to Virgintia.
man track athtletes. cuirrent magazines will be found BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, ant otbsere
that thi namire of tiremanuftacturees as
Bi. C. Baunmgartner, '93 litis do- there. teoiehsmnusery package.
ig seitastwork this senrester in Prof. Scott is giving liso class in nTO &G1?tne. ar~na josAaacoa
'tRPolitical laconomy. rsetoric some very unique work. BRANCH 'l ONDeVIRtiriA
A large number from thse local Ep. Descriptions are written from which
worth league attended the district drawings are nmade. In this way 'WE ARE IN IT
convention last night at Ypsilanti. the writer is made to write as an With a inen Litre of Imrported ari
W. E. Hodgman, '95 law, while artist. Domestic
suffing on the steps of the law A concert will he given by Mr. SPRING and + FABRIC
bruilding yesterday, fell and dislo- E. N. Bilbhie, violinist, at the Firot ,. SUMMER f~~l~,
cated his elbow. Baptist clhurch in this city, Thurs
The library has received the first day evening, April 5, under the aus- FOR FASIIIONABLE WEAR.
nmesftePyhlgclRve.pcsothLaisAisoit.The January Review contains an ex- Mr. Bilbie will be assisted by Miss C i 1 RW iL1p
cellent article by Prof. Dewey, on Minnie Davis, pianist, MI~iss Elsa
'1The'Psychology, of the Infant Lan.. Liebig, soprano, and Mr. J. A. Ben- THE LEADING ( TAILOR,
guage" dinger, baritone.. No. 2 E. .ahIgO~,

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