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November 16, 1904 - Image 4

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THE 1VICH I OAN DAILY
KEEP IT ON YOUR
TABLE.
You will find PETER'S MILK
CHOCOLATE Not only a deli-
ciouo confection bot a nourish-
ing and outaining food. Easily
digested, Does not create thirst.
Inoist upon
PETEIRS.I
Tho imiltations are disappointing
Reye
s SOLE AGEN
~i" 4 l01t;;~t GUYATJE Leading Cloth
!~~I ll.' EVERY HAT. Hatters and
* i sTCcr adWairrifcd his rcpacccct are
Santy1list which is to lat fatortc. 109-1 11 East Washi
Patgrapsar.
0
GOSSIP OF OTHER COLLEGES Sira"tletit'ivirsity, it.
S iii ii th t otiere utivi
ni iiiiwiriirri ed the use rof sihe i iseis iias a stirciai
1,ss librairyi. Tihe mrnu eclr e iacte Ii itie' 'romiiof Ito
tc fl pile rie I t serioutss uwok ill ito Ire(siverseirnsi' oti
t liirears I iss iii member s if the i
< ifi!ty brres rri oil lior a irrrinstr O oe be h
l~onirc oi th canrns o th i t- ltions hl-In its ainniual
in iii lii vtof tMinns t oi henti gti grte i ttmei t
hofretheWiconingam. si- resme wo. he reiia clebatotirehel lst.yer, refasend t te tpi
rroe th i cirir r a e.ri tire isliupii mt. th e s feeo
hrll,\1 i eolaril in antr'editrt iten30spsa-i
nite dwnl standiii ta rntrme otn iprai' hour tiltvitsltireno th
hrice i re tit gairthga teal. T e rst d anrd. tire pliit
ei t 5r-- ri reri (uls "n~ > ig Otteinr's, pesrnclra'ss ie e-stoad
r en int'' orft r nt r i otse n an t arle s siu o s pa a e h a cc re.iet en Seveltes y w o fo g t ilt e i m ini
"Tihe gInrtOf Mltinta wogu ldi salsitriggles. Nearly
tiel e it mo' redresply iterested iilli watcertthe conitest.
a tirrirtiwhlite isorkann ntiselopmeitir
the coldiiiriwiattch ro rdayt iso ay BULL DOG FOR
thnini one 0which thityseie iisniy
once ai irisknnd thisnutfot aa tniid art- upit eighttmtonthis oht
tiittrnt. Asndfirthiermotre, tlitheuns Pi C ring. Cnbte set
ii trit eclel is wouldt workl harer tutund inoitn t t.S.8 Chutrch tisr
prcie airtif tiey knewttheylisG.R.
«et i t lugi iswntchledi lit it large'tiniy-
l f etusit iaisetitc antu eritlecnl fellow eLOST.
~Arkansas, Texas, Mexico
ANtD CALIFORNIA
Are BessRechaed via
bUC . *o~ St. Louis, World's Fair City,:
'" AND THE
T. tIron Mountain Route
Z1 T oDaily Trains to California
f 'TreDiyTan oMxc
ilers, : Four Daily Trains to Texas
Fur- ' Four Daily Trains to Hot Springs
* Six Daily Trains to Little Rock
ngtoSt The BEST of Everything
- WRITE HE,
H Di . Armstrong, I. P. A.,
.. 1233 Washtenaw Ave.,
ANN ARBOR, MICH,
coul Ie ieas
wirrinto , ::O YS T R AI
. .5
Sirvrd uion,: A.FE
Ih eliotnus.
.T.ti Wsetr ECt sat
Unvgrittiy of_____
sthitory hur's
shi cors W TEnitICLAL
iourpoeto tie - ndt 14S.Sae t
'i ge otlyft - l rI ir
:ler irote f a ta ot rit cdemy,336Stcale t.e
'ioili. bones __+
isse in cr- ttEstirtryO. AniAbr
BRIGHTON
hLArP GARTER
"scredi" at tfir iist t sr r" al" A
"lines up"o igtonerers wouldisho
nerarrsy itw ii meT er e sn sb
fonrihesretighton.Theignalfoi ghtn
"play" is-
trim in is re w , rr r t) tul
PIONER, llUNI is' iDE iCI',
751S lMarket iSre, Il izepit
Makers of iirne r sCtii t i
DON D. WILiIA"rS, '0S LAW vitil ts
Cit cmrse a cri ertin amotitittsi osf
S TLEN O isRBA PHE12- eIe ratcli nisesblbt
OIFFCE:No. La Btiidi . i hadlys' islecessaritotcrry trt
llut iii 3 tiy.nti re-niX t t ii l iiirday .1ro a itt asi t. is at. tip'ese'It.
V. .Ill.. sCtrittt n - Phone 715-1. The tendeni cyt sri' thie spirt'
5lei'st 'r' iii N. statestriet. Evensins i turinglihun.the, s' rirty is towrardis
iii iiic'iitiirlitniann unitbtrll tetamis
CASE POSITIVELY CASH !iarelit roiitr1,ig andtree m eprsen
No orders for cabs for parties or entertain crunglreto standrlfr.paii'scoa'his,
meats will be taken this season unless mt it-ttihirs-n rents thi infltuenie'
cash accompanies the order. irecif it s-if goodi,1I(1run chreiwouldtribei
RATESr:I it toffect iif at leaset a partiatltaboli-
OnieoDuple tora fr om'i arities r'' ittii rt- to fsce rctc \ee o tan
Eet.imeoist'rietritte - - .:' A
Coupe - -- - 'it in .11 rin 1ging fromt so'muri f'ti hei newsire ri' i-
Robison & Co. Holmes' Livery tt lie indneiia'lselthats arve ile-
Walker's Livery 'Wt. H. Siark itly i ieeiapperinint theiitDailt' si
4+~ ~~~~~~~~~~ -+ 4-a.o---. &40-----l.OII 14 ----4s -- II 1
fold tbcooch, viit ria
eentrc. Firndecrtpleasei
E. Unsivrcsity and r-cerie'
Suits pcessed, 2f5e; trousers, 10c.
Fuller & O'Connor, 619 E William St.
IREMOVEDVomA tites tite-
Face massage and steaming a spe- tirS N. Mai in, tire tdrinrtirrii ru isit-
cialty. St. 'Trojy's. 22tf f nnv ice. ruste t4t.
- I THE ATHENS PRESS, Printers'
Bewitching pictures at Foster's Art - - "
Rooms. f. OHIO CENTRAL TEHROI OCET jLINES
DIRECT LINE
Address L. D. Bates, manager, 508 TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
S. Fiuthi avenue. Phones-Bell, Pariar Cars an all Trains
1106J; Honme, 289 Red. 24tff
All interested in the cutorms, art, U. Y. A. A. Z. J. Railway
tic handtiwisrk of the American tn- STANsARsiTIMsi
titan ace cocrdially inveitedi to visit my P01' 2eroi t hlf m~utiny from fCr15 a.om"516
hmne and see my large collection. p. m.tFor Y rupsitti oinly.,6:tin4*-ti. 1:15. t pt
Eveeting ticeferred. M. R. Harrington, 1::t4:5 1, m. ltre.tntekstiin.hourlry fromini1inn3'
sprecial Lt.f,3109 E. Cathserine. eodkf .tuti;:p.tugmas hn trus15.0ns 1:5.Ot ti
s
We Leave Soon
Ca11sa~i. &Co.
Bargains in Law Books
a
I
I
Before and After
CH CO AT CMADE BY
Peniiycook, the Confectioner
Phne. 266 310 S. State St.
$.PURITAN SHOES$40
il en ser our~u5
Tan Grain and Black Elk Waterproof Shoes at $4.00'
Cas t b uetti itedsitelacnvhin It o .trhes Ius t 'n .0 it eyr
sernit entsit li ine bIforetitus' tent ,hints ir w0oust i'ue et it.
119 4,
South
M1ain St. ,
FEVE TICKE'S FREfnn hinesrun outs new sun
chine, swithn cviryitaisof shoes.
EGYPTIAN
DETr
Ar YetrTrihCiaet a emd
ORK ISLso in S~gss
R . PLI'15 N R Y
Always Ahead
In Styles.
MIL WARD, THE TALR
The Best
of Everything in TailoriU

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