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THIS MICHIGAN DAILY
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OVERCOATS . ".
There iii r wxx i xxxxliabetter, nor a inure deserv-
edlyxpol~xlair OVERCOAT tihan HART, SCHtAFF-
Ni x 5: )l x Ri'toN ;boll, loose, contfortablex,
wxiih a sty le ofxits xix xx and a qinality look abont it
thaxttixakesxa a iltink we ll of himstelf every tite
LUTZ, the Clothier, 217 So. Main St.
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NECK WEAR
Received this week. All the late nxovelties of
the season are noswoin display and sale.
MACK & COMPANY.
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..Money Loaned... Wnt
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W. J. LOURIM. Th.. ie'
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Bineis Stic~tlyConxixdential.*t
"" pr ''" coxats-
A xtes,338 S. State n ?
DOINGS IN OTHER COLLEGES.j
Bronchial i axijixie ens xx te o iliie ofx
xx i lxx tx patx of i whx i chxx llixx bext
Tablets I xssc"xxiaitiiit I 'lxx facuilty]asii ms
«tS sxax tedx at xichix ii as ta b-x 1
Great for tmarsxeness.xx x xxx cii
davNov 1-. xitho ixi similiar so-
thy xo~o oietyx x xatMixi i;xan.
r4RANGER'S SCHOOL scheduixlexd for lxe coixiig year. COte
of DAN'-CING' s ix iCoxix biiaiiaxno.tittxerxc wil'Cor-
nelxxx ad a xtixd iviit Viriniia. lTie
Ixl(r uxwx i x x i dx x. x
xxi. i 1a1 c v ll)xx rxx1t i u xix xr x'ixt x xrixixx x as of tx i s two x prviotius xlii
oii' ix ,i l ioiliw
4' hatexxi x a'''ixixx'i cxx 's tweexxi xhex twoiititlx'x'tiiies
C$ sAcadem,ePhtine, 246 Vx'xxx i xxix lxi vivo istatnxiPennstil- I
N IBrunswiu1 T lh1 n o xxx i xalixfor'iax axllxxx ii xx-
xxTcixxxod's xvxwas xxfo llowed x xiyia'hiri. iA
prREID'S BILLIARD PARLORS rcxx lxirixliixixtieiwxsxihletter xx
FieCigars and Tobaccos. cxouxx iy lxxx i( tix WheSelexiixr xtxxax;rexi
iii l ' . Is xi iiiarxxxiii 1s. sxixiiiv xxina le d rso xxe iotlxxxii.suxspxcidx
xxi xx wrttenxi reportxxxi expliinig
CiI~ju~j~J_' I>+ ENT1~i thxli xxactxionsx. Pie itiiii Wheeilxer de
clr- h this iatig underxxixxicicit
uThe Niagara Falls ous, hon omthe= Warxi li Skiviiixrtiixi t..
THE SHORT LIRE
I iihe iCrnell iDailyx Sxt isaxthoxirity
CHICA4xGO forxxthexiii lxloix -il i itit tiixxxnx "It is
ANN ARBOR to lBUFFALO s cii, axxi-i'icxto axxi reliablet' xii
BOSTON xthirtchat Presiideniiii tixoievilt ihas
NEW YRKx' ae lxxiii xi xto becomeithe headxxxiiof Ilxi-
With direct connections atxCxiciiovfcxxxii xxiii atr tliii i -~~
the 'LiKansxas City, Si. tPaxu atid j Th i xxixiof xihi lan in Mxarix c, li91)9.
the Wexst.Foxrinforomatlioand hi tteenisvuedfrba
thougtyickets call on or write to W. xxi xxxtix ccxxvii lfrout NewvYorkx,
' A E gnAnn Arbor. xxi xxx xli xii xt lixlow ithe xuseof his
Y OU'RL;Perfectly Satixsfid ithi
wich tielti of t xi xntdt 5oixxear, yon
like
%40%W. Clothes-
LUncomptjromiiniglxyisagger c
Ic of clothslixxtiltdtecided virws ott A NEW QUARTER SIZE
po ttrt qutictioni.1Thrimakers A R RO WA
bilt perfect fiuresritguht in the ,!
-takn rIlochal~e Wih or O C'l, 6 CENTS EAC ; 2 FOR 25 CENTS
taiig' ocitic )tl"xxt ""i. GUIT, eCAB10DY & Co.,
retne all xover ecepit inthe prII.
x1: x xN\ xix xxxSAL]";WASHTENAW
hurdlxxer. Ihixx'xxxxxs ixx xil!dxe- LIGHT-l &0 POW4EiR CO
/ixixlxx.xxxi. 200 E. WASHINGTON ST.
i ebler 8t W'.iezth
xxxvi:on xiii x f the stoy having Co1e#ie
deialxaitiy. fTe least awkwardness in your
Hex stlexx, lhoteveix, iiax xtiereis dress and carage will not escape
every x-txx'xx xctoxx elieveivtrha tta. my observation, nor pass wihou
TNix xx xxxix befoxretheilction-i xiiheii amicable correction.
cxxxi, P itciix'it lxxxiii xxixsxciiaied -Lord(Checster/field to hi s s.
accept tlx Ofi1ce n xitt-ere itendd A man's manner
bil xxxli'c.cliiexntmaedght'heii- ccci may be awk ad
xc noxtd itiulitihx lnibfoe but his apparel
hewoldasum teiost n.never, if It bears this
woud nt b acanidae ltre-lec.- label
Lxi ion i iitaken x to ieantt xiliv i llx'i
takei C-xxrgx' iif t'e ffiirsl'cOf' lxarard
whietx lhe xx lay xixn xix ' lxii ofi
t t'A fe Job Printing. Meyers' 215 Main St. MAKERS <e NEW YRK
soautx. Phone251. t.
NOTICE. 4 Equal to fine cutom-made
in all but price. 4J The makers'
Reading notices, ecept to Univer guarantee, and ours, with
sity organizations, one cent a word every garment. qj We are
per issse, payable strictly in advance Exclusive Agents in this city.
to the Business Manager only.. Uni-
versity organizations allowed one no-
tice free. if. CUTTING, REYER
Suits pressed, 25e; iroaxers, 10. & Co.
Falier & OConnor, 619 1E Wiiliam St. 109-111 E. WASHINGTON ST.
iaxx1AixtlxxMa. (. Ficcier,.xstdioxat 41p ---
Annt Arbotr 2-Musicro 4tf
Save the Walk Down Town
Get your Gym cappuies at ushing's. (e or
HecavxyCUnderwear, 35 cents apiece. 1 Watches and Jewelry
Sx'e Cuttittg, teyer & Co.'s wintdoweaie
'Maian & Son,'tihecelebrated fine Itclxxxuciict-ci xautt xxiitxdgxtr
hositu . Siiold tixlyyCGi. H, Militer, xxxix xc iouir xii« x t I xweselFobs, U.f M
'112 S. Mtaint. 3)Hf i' Pins and Btanner at Reduced Pricen.
Steam and French drx' cleaning and F.-J.- t'LEloD E 3 1.SaeSre
repairing at Fuler & OConnoris, 6119 r .SILI 4 .SaeSre
El. Wiliam SLt.~llltI.~'tI~ 4
Michiganenolans $1.00 each at THE ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
Sheehans. f.
Try some of Cushngs ine Choco-
lates. f 'TIME TABLE-Taking efect Sept 25. 1904
Go to Cushings for Hersheys & v.SOcTH NORTH
L.N.!_7:0am vNoIt9:0am11Cailleons Milk Chocolate. tf - .t-11:35xa.. A. 5-liixl) m.
ax- 8xi5 p.. Lv. t---4:53 p.m.
The folks at home would aptreciate "'1081-t p.m. 11 ix01l- 9:05 anm,
a Michigattensian. $.0t0 each at x daltiy exxettiSun=dy beweeni Ass Arbor
Wahr's. xf ad'T'oiedo. Tltroagi trains dty exceti
_________________ Sxday, ixiuuixyxioiy beween Lakeand
andToledo. tree elhair cars on Nos. 1 and 4
Latest novelties in suitings at Fa- x. T. WLLtS. Ag.,
ler & OConnors, 6)9 1E, William S , I ItIY . o.. A., Ann Arbor, Mici.
Toedo.Ohiot.
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jWe Lea&ve Soon
Cail1.,ha.rft( Co.
Bargains in Law Books
CotOue KsIND LE lent Traits Service.
You Will Find Four Trains Daily
Carrying Parlor Cars on Day Trains. Sleeping Cars on Night Trains
UNION DEPOTS IN TOLEDO AND COLUMBUS.
S . E. CLARK. 32 Campus Martins, Detroit. Mxich.
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Silmpson (en-Stimtpson
334 South State Street
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WjE ARE NEVE.R_ UNDERSOLD-GOODYEAR'S DRUG ST O RE

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