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January 12, 1905 - Image 3

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THE1 MICHIGAN DAILY
~~ NOII- AlWWI 4 4 al atli . )
o1s1-m ,aal (o)111 tt'H a.I-. aTis i ldt Hart. Stat11n110i
All $24.00 ae~d $25.00 OVERCOATS nown $20.00
All $20.00 and $22.00 OVERCOATS now'a $17.00 3
All $18.00 OVERCOATS now'~a $15.00
All $15.00 OVERCOATS now'a $12.00
All $12.00 OVERCOATS now~ $10.00 3
DON'T 'WAIT!I COME NOW!1 +
LUTZ, the Clothier, 217 So. Main St.
I ~4
OF INTEREST TO LADIES
' Winter Coat s
t ~ ~~~Worth to $25.00....45*0
* No renern-atiott, etttire stock gotes at thtis price. Alt
j: ottttvrtLadties' Reatt--to-wear Garmtetnts ir (r1<oiz
* to ettose.
4 MACK & CO.
**Money Loaned,.+ I AN ERAGE astits arttttttmeattfor vott young1
Ho X t a I ii i ts t..E1e °Tttet're tottcosoterv ativ tn hte' makes- h av e to
antdti (ut 1 t tt tilease s o n a-sof tmen t l are no
l~ y~h c ~ riutr} tti.l'ColT- i1Ao4College Brand Clothes
'"' '' Are Just for Youthful LDressers
,; HU"nS t e Not Yots' suttts, mindttvt n lttt togs fot Cot-
tetIe aot ntd ithatp nwIo lik ttthtirsway of
ti I r, ,, , - s 't zesstt'g. TThe' e ses etet h tanth te ptie
Iiot tinc ,'1-5 to 1-2 'off for January
_________35__.Stte rStaebler & W uerth
r
Quarry s
Bronchial
Tablets
10C
Great for Hoarneness-
Qluarry '
PllIl tCA Il 1 - ic* I 1t 1c
% cl)r .cI iiiI' 1ft IIc i lIIIYlit
is1 etl. i I ii l I, iv ii Ir t l
th w -i th
e tie 1' l i ii tScIti-
aln<;t ilo sI e, a
01 . Iial i ctI i tI
YI
cii Mr. lvlicr it th e ll
ll cila o h itit)il iaeifell-
0,ii i CI II* tip inat iliit b
NwBrunswick Tables'
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS 1wil
Pitne Cigars and Tobaccos. Il
t ti
i
GRANiGER'S SCHOOL 1
of DANCING
foctned ati MaynSi et onei brook
we t uo "tte- Stret-t 'Morehs n ,r
ouir Wtt aveno outie a .,
4r$ e'S Academny, Phone,246
14AIL EY & EDMUND.S
(llns °-[fishing Tackle - Ammunition1I
Pith Nets fo.r lDecorating.
1"1Fa tibertiy St Ass At-ilil, ttich.
1 h"ucoreceitved tLhe argenLtanitfinest 1>
11rkish Cigarettes and Pipes:,
Np- INCtILS tN CONNCTtIN
Pveryttiiri Nteat dcenAeS t e~frI.I.I.Itp'
GHLCGAN CENI1 ? t
"The Niagara Falls Route."
THE SHORT LIRE
a .CHICAGO I
1N ARBOR to . BUFFALO c
BOSTON
tit dt~ NEW YORK t
Ist, diec connections at Chicago for di
~the Louis, Kansas City, St. Paul and .
I'l ' eOgh orW.C tickett calt on or wit taW
CASE, Agent, Ann Arhor.
;t)lill'
c 1117
.3110
1rcc
+)IIld
)i'('tty
an S ill " 1 11*1 1 l tcit ll
Ii .(1t11111 iii la- 11 11;111 t lll i
;ln1 (° (°~t ntrcliii)- U-,sil
IF i c l p- o n hCilkt
ii a -a t fo a it -l I -s't. 1
1,11 ia anti ii al. W w i
Ik1 i de an I tikitle Ia
NOTICE.
Readtng nottces, except to Univer-
sity organizations, one cent a word
per issue, payable strictly in advance
to the Business Manager only.. Uni-
versity organizations allowed one no-
tice free. tf.
THE HARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Addtress L. D. Hales, manager, 808
S. Foithb aventue. Phones-Bell,
t066J; Home, 289 Reil. 24tf
Ticket for four shampteoo, one dol-
lar. Soft water. Mios Vaughan, N.
University, near Qaarry's. t-th-o tf.
FEI Thle-Michtigain Football cal-
endarisirin free kitht ct-sy purcttase
oifi- io ir tvr.
lt oster Art Riotms.
The folkso at home would appreciate
a Michigan ensian, $1.00 each at
WVahros.tf
0. M. Mar tin Fuea
Office 209 S. 4th Ave. Phone 98.
'Residence 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 114.
Ambulance on call.
i
i taiatit-itnSatuietsir
S upenerBanrs atsReraduc tedrics
forgeting ta i wers1asuspnder
lt3ii Iii1 o iii i~wYi Diet- proliii. Iiyoiitried a sibrassage at iro~
i~lii iIti iii sill C 1ivivatiiiiI iiiil JN, . ltia great,ad gives a lhcalthny
<71 1 <lItlt ' ltiiil i > ia l can lexilii sgtf
ii, Mandolin attdlGutitar succeosfully
l~ou trilc. taught hy Mat. C. Fischer, studio at
1i-:N J. I0. liliia. Ann Arhor Music Co. 44tf
o- f Iliii rillcgiaitc Feii i-
l'Ii. (If Plviii. Sutitn pressed, 26c; trousers, 10c.
____ Futller & O'Connor, 619 E William St.
X11
k'tl C
't tlll'
lad
ts0t:
lic
A .lti
.A,
-e1is Iiiiil, Gtfor ymsppheet aig',THE ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
/. viiic dclI icd ISIsel a fo-.
I i lc ii t wicthe tsIntercoltlegiats' Southfriiit suite-hot attt cold -TIME TABLE-Taking effect Dec. 4,.1904.
iatsen it totittaeter ini riomt;firnactetitand batht, onsstn
s a ili aitta i a ~ it iil tl tts. y v. Nit. t*- ate; a . Lv No. t- list a.w
lie irciii ii ii iassurled titha_________the___ tt5a- M. Lv. 3t-450p~m
41- 8:15 pt.m. Ar. "-- 3' ta.m
ii n >icfa iii lulloasiderI lFOR RENT.
1 Daily except Suttday hetween IOwttsitandt
Tld.+Thtrought trains daity except Sutt-
tiltt ilit i-Iireua upthelir ipart IDeairablle stitle of tootts'-fturinae, tay. lFrrn chair carsen 0Nos.1 ad 4.
.il th.ntr. ~ece.t l lioderticoentietnees. 832 tE. W. T. tvtILLatt, Aft.,
n i I ittititi theitotmtion o ivvraiti iiietitis-. 71-2 AJ. .IC ttY, G3.t'. A., Ann Artbor, Sttch.
V I1VContintues Its Excel- Bl~ad Pool
~OCKINV ILEijJlBy. lent Train Service.
You Will Find Four Trains Daily S4ips 'a S im so
Carrying Parlor Cars on Day Trains. Sleeping Cars on Night Trains t 334 Swazth State street
UNION DEPOTS IN TOLEDO AND COLUMBUS.
S. E. CLARK, 32 Camput Martins, Detroit. Mich, Tobacco cigarettes cigars
WsARE NEVER UNDERSOL.D-GOOD YEAR'S DRUG STORE

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