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May 26, 1894 - Image 4

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THEU.01 ~.DAILY.
FIN . , iek v2 to June 2. We
[ u ( io ciir!'te-. ci lt o l Fe-
50o 0t-OF'':LED AT 37c. t
$i v F3 7'LEA AT 73c. E: O E ~
be.to i l te-Vcdso h Fine Hat f1,4'$.00. At the Popular Outfitters,
-QCT"& EM IC)'L~ NO.6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
___________________________________ 7_ AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.
TIA-7 h. -JL-SOT-e72 T O'
TE09S, SE ]BALL A.N Ir'S"PORTw"ING GOODSZ'--
Whliche they Odfer at pi ce'Guarnteeott o e as Low as can bte
Obtained EI ise-wher. . . ..i

WINCHELL'S TEACHERS' AGENCY 194 iLAkmS.--jOT1CE1
?62 Wabash Avenue, Chicago. Altiiotet Icith the 3cc-ieee1trarhecs'. ntiicest1
tuyeinpl a i co tot t ic. ejtohia a smiitic of tittee oi(I t rtO~.Li ie
p~a eitinAlt)arort!rie orspcil erfs
dGA ~i - CAGA ~ WE ARE INIT__________________________ IhPieLefItptdal

Poet_ Por I I 5c. Forte. Each. 1 O_01 or 5cl. hoclt. lomestic
WinnereStoieS ___ 1 0 1 4 Orc S. e. Oct. t(I LIS t,5
_________________N.it igE S( O cPcdyi'rs. -SPRING and AR IU
WheliSo Stogies :o i 0 i toS: c Slf1 c, . - UM E
j-ue lnse to ie-_ 1.21 1St t ' I :c otC S ( ; t ivo~o,,-- 1 52 R oyalBui (.as s -11tFASt~ A B I CS
JAnn Aror 5. Mich
,. 44 South Main Street. DEAN & COMI(LPANY. GMXif NNLZ.5
UNIVERSITY NOTES. iMr. JseConklin, 94 eetia H EMN ALR
IsteLAIGSHO FBSIES a.-jnOcn ulding; rine teachers; targe attenaecee;$ engilite, wl so feturn to the No " Washington St ffEAR
good disiete.superior wrk;ellesueppliedereadllig Field Day;a t :30. wil conNo.L LeI MAtN.
room- dattyletrese; Saturdayeening recepticons 4t"t a e oiin o h
open theeutile rear;,itomraletgirdutese it great Prof. Kirchner twill lecture to flhe 1'o' o tk oiit n fo ____________________
ietmand; shortand grtllseureoscitions;t
liinexa pesee e.ttet.7tprrsrrrisrivate f0000 laws londay and Toueday. governmtent locks. -rT ,
lie. FetrN cCATAcOsGUE adLittofStedeteriwh atecProf. Griffin entleil his courTse of
taepositiosaroaeerkto weekcadreFre
s P.olto usel.ARetd r os Mr. H. Bennett, '96, it entertain- steray. n clsite
-Y itng hitsutother from Chicago. law lectares yestra.I lsn 3 e
- P~l5l~~SIGeo. Konrath, '93 law, leaves to- he gave sonic very good avice to _
+T.\ _ , g1e r ' Y I j day for Iis home at Cea , ho both thte senior and janior classes.
Mis s AneRcard, IOhio. Recent college baseball ganmes: Stn~dries
a.)it.if. hs ne Rcad, , is en- r,
111 '.e - hr uer rn .a.Norlthwesern, 9; University of s- Z
I 91 tertateiitg h r '-he ro t.W eni l(of.t settnintour i t ile
* r f I~ -' C ' cousin, S. Pennsylvania, 9; O gem or -et{ . sia tostt- t; - oil.ee i ee
Virgerisaes.o.e11It- i - ,(oie ltltl-l -1_toNectott1.<e<.:.
Id. 1Kersprsdetof 9 .,CItI. Cornell, 4;Viginia, ict
V1,A ~er5pesdnofr9M"u -. 5t-e9 ote lieleetg .1 o(iItlk tie-
0laiO w ciassleaveslavInel. oay fior homeitu Le~highiT Lafayette,5.(ytsilll c ysit <}ket.
rz.att-:! 1 'la c settl ,t i Ilrr acthie.Mrs. Slnellelacl wili spteak nset
eve StS 1ofi t ,(e(5iLiteilay at the sceonlittle clao n V STAEBLER.
114 <i - 1 I .tic I 1-41 he l.t; is has rflalc-arrang0 ements teU ie c e.I11 e i Jtit __________________
t.eticili flteeaot ! lettyi1 he iit0in c urc 0o 10011pot
tt1t. + ! ;- te i ind eel nell 0 to the Atilltiej i [tile 111 )1 ''tox-c Itlt
54 iI toftt bet-t. 1 iiitcaiistntsendsel rrtin II4Eoti
(II1t - - ' leonlela''
t( t < o 1 i tie(e 1 losI 0 . Itt2-eC '111 lasts ovial iii tle 1ilt; ntyI'bS11,
et~ eiit. .1 .9 dtpavICi f'utl, it.itt oh}(1itywill occur nest siceda - even tn- in EIs .
1peforman s toight i ELEGANT r
fg. o e Mi ld~ Tldgdts, 911' xiii eas f thatall personos interesteed inittete
+v 6; isorIace tonlt;. l lav club anid its svork will be Itresent. ASSORTMENT.
Bo~ton1 Yrk, ~jfda her home in Lyons, Iran., Mion- A laigporn a eepc- IIIE IGI
BsoNworApesnprgamabeepc- PIERIT.Mdymorning, to do insstitute sworic N
for pat o thesumer.Adjuitaiat and 'Mrs. McAbe e, of
A ~ eiitltl liisrzte ~it l(.ar Miss Gertrude Buck, '94 ilt, 15the Salvation army, twill talk at the OULLIE('
m iecy 6oto-etSal ec anunelo rah ntteUiar . B.chutrch Sunday morning at to IRAZOR TOES.
oitiilolfiteleie fOIta, n church, at M~ilan, Sunday morni- ocok n tte Cnrgtoa
o coc, nd t heCogreatonl ing and evening. Hter subjects are, chutrch at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Qoodppeed'
EXCELSIOR LAUNDRY "A God of theology or a God of Air. and Mrs. McAbee have been tn
20 EASE. ilLONISEET01. Life," and "The religious experi- the service for ten years, and hsave 17 S. MAIN ST.
Goaod work '0uaalteedGoods ratted for c o se tbenvr
and delivred. A. F. COVERT, Peon, en __oakepic.beevey__ccesfu.______OM

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