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: THE MICHIlUAN DAILY
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0ORIGIN A L
MILK CHIOCOLATE
of PlIF-il ILiu iiiiltii
LATE, anddespitm n
Pou larityan ii leae r
olthincreas-
I$ FOR
EATING
ON LY
Flt lap arer
Now wrn bynear
ly to milionmen
11 i ti v
~aj~ Cutting,
0
INEEY IT Hatters and Fur-
1094 t11 East Washington St.*
~.tCHRISITS 1904 NEIW YEIARS 1905 .pt
+ (goinig home? West
or Southwest? 4.
.L.
Missouri Pacific Ry.
,.OR
SIron Mountain Route
8 FINEST SERVICE +
in s iuingi--. ivt'.i1
H. D. Armstrong, T. P. A.
MM. RENT'SCH ER ANNOUNCES
vii ladies' librait. where thei-imo~der n atranom-it a tntd ground liiiii
seriiiiclavisl- ittle to1(1e1dsiredtivol imself or p iatrtis.
RHOD~lES SCHOLRlSllllS
NOTICE.
lresilden tnelilttas elv ii oit-rd i Reading notices, except to Univer-
lrat the livXt vyi intN)IIi- vii vali -sity organizations, one cent a word
dates far te l- dtit sch-ltlril i\o,11ilper issue, payable strictly in advance'
he hld ilJanti7 andi i toi h lvlctiiii to the Boniness Manager only.. Uni-
lv toihe tittlit lviiiirv lthe.etdtil Iversity organizations allowed one no-'
Mlart-liandtil liii selected iit iii itl trice free. if.
rc<ic 1 at(tiftirilHIi It~cr. ittt. Job Printing. Meyers' 2t5 Main St.
The d iire-c-t i lt i lviii I ii in thetrt-Iv soith. Phone 281.t.
\e« i ful; ta tril i (vi iaC- trfe- # aitvin___ tca__ si<ou_____ lt
X iviiilda-.\l irrvx huhlcr
! Latent novelties in suitings at Dilt-
I, \i . Xl il VT 1(1K 171 h1 iSCE 1ev or& Unnoor's, 619iE. \Villiami St.
IIv 11 livii C irl 1111\iiiSI The folks at ionine xIl~ appireciate
hii I lii 111 vtil tv1intitll 1a liij i p int ita Michigaonvian. ($1,00 each at
j d i i ti ltv ivva-uivvrr lii iiat I i Sahir's.t
U IrIt. iiir-ui 11-iti liildil u I1() ri he_________
Ilrv iitto'" inlusiv. r luiluivtioIn a Go to Cushing's for Hiershieys &
I ll there he tii nlviirvnui trul iii aies. (ailler'n Milk Chocolate, tf
vVI1 e (>d t , lvnt i r.'.22 Ste-insandI French dry cleaning and
:urd at sch reuced iate iadit- repairing at Fu1ller & OConinor's, 6t9
me ltluti.asit i-!uthol irizved, an suri- B.William St.
K 1K Ii <flIirtqtilliuntil Fivvlcerilic tc
sitr ent, arc tr cd tr par-orize thi, 1 ot 11 ,)t fry. I) u-ii vivvi ou larn
STEAK AND OYSTER
HOUSE
r44.
r.1
+:rilEuropeaniiPlait utilE 4.
:OYSTER BAM
315 S. State St. $
*} GEORGE BISCHOFF
:FLORIST ChoiceCat Flowers aasd
jy ii l.. l an ts
toiapril t.. ademy, 330ftteStrent
S ietAly V one-d09..
ST , . aO.TENSTE in. P tP
OHOWCENTRAL LN.
DIRECT LIRE
!TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
Parlor Cars 00 all Trains
nUY l
Parker Fountain Pen
at
Mann's Drug Store
-113 S. Mi t .
WASHTENAW
LIGHT & POWER CO
200 E. WASHINGTON ST.
Vv i llw a .tt l ttul. i lar v ill, {S.o r v
ill .ini- TaI i lilt , 117c Call v'if ln
v-aalit lit-yr lit . IICheniloodn
Xliii fiklbreat
altiaw , io1 l come--here1it)llitli i
tofA le ,'i llS ii ug t ib Al
it-i Ann-lArborii tlt
ISac rc ic 1 I 11c11 Ipl et Ii - (111li i
I'ctfr)I1 ~ i, tuwitil: o (i-it ~t l ii-ll
Try omeof aig a Hoe Ccoar
Retosect etuyoo, G
F -cr Art--i1-
I Berry Gitoatlgel
11. nly anliSetitic gum1
All deailcrs. 4di
Ilid Guitar successfully
-t. C. 1Fischer, studio at
[uiv (o. -ltf
11. ;fuel tai l iot - ri o
ll. Maii t S. Sltf
vflitI lu-u 'Er i; .1 tit -
-t i- fi v Xl~ ii .
ym sappines at Cashing's.
I
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i
't. until,iv in 11 .,thr1 4:1 a d1115P
" y iii.ig loom.Itivi n t. 4.. s ofJ1ta
IREMOVED 1r~s tI:2;e:Nii ii-,l A L E X A N I) F
tre w ilm oNo
o telt-. Ilinti 41. li rtt IVbotoorapbcr
THE ATHENS PRESS, Printers. ins in sin iPR-En. Nit. 110 CI i-iiiiiiiv I
$3.50 PURITAN SHOES $4.00
tHn-.e you seen our1
Tan Grain and Black Elk Waterproof Shoes at $4.00 ?t
t'an not he iduplicated elsewhulere Inc lens than V~l.. Il etier
see5C oar new line befnre noun buy--you wunt regi-et it.
South NkV\
FIVE TICKETS FREE for shines on or new mua-
chine, with every pair of shoes.
'I
SERVED WITH WHIPPED CREAM
Hot Chocolate or Coffee
And Rosllsn.Cankes.s av- C.-oa.-t1Puffs.
Perrycook, the Confectionser
Pisom. 266 310 S.,Staste St
EGYP-TIA
Va 'Wlotter Turkish
CORK TIPS
AIN
Cigarette can be made
Look for81St0
qf S. AN'AR.G
The Best
of Everything In TallOO~
Always Ahead
14 styles.
MIL WARD, THE TAILOR.

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