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October 06, 1904 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1904-10-06

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[IGAN DAILY
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BEFORE YOU SPEND A DOLLAR
For Clothing, Hats or Furnishings
1,it ittit 5 t ore.tit 21, South tmain stt Ye or ow famou
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX
Line of Suits, Overcoats, Rain Coats and Odd Trousers
[LIZ, the Clothier.
.
. MACK & CO."st
SPECIAL PICELI l
aRREf1DCB IN
S..Money Loaned.. __S U
Ott Waitcthes, tDiattontd-,Jelr y ttN )
asd all ItIii hi ss Chtitetl
anti tolltcrail-s at it '(L(«I'u are pt
* W. J. LOURIM. i ,. h
BusinessSirtettyCplotetit y slttolustte
,. W*1).*t I h ew1 '.5A MI--- . C. A. tt) tii
Busige nessdtritlyConi n 24asotAofEist
haittvefrtiif af5 t feein
On 62the NcGtEt R' thefprtce -o
SCHOOL.iOf DANCINGtiii Jri Tutu
a 2. ttiState Steetfstors-iGroun
too fiie an clas trooit r ki- i i itift S -
altglstetr atnthegut St ore ttFtRTYEIGHaT f POStITS.ti t
( n intt i fr~ottn fri rtpae o e it
On the. corneriofiSouth rStates*atir ruth be
Sii~js t. d N.t'irs ity siAvtI.burt Tff chdti wnsfyti e ty trita it
If* offlnIi ft .iiocio lir . atte stialiTomi
Turkishpi Cigarettes andi Pipeshlves
I isitifi f ft «+« itir- lutyiand litfs teen tiu t is ate
Is gtetunamue, wh re oft wllit.~
find Ste mst,oplter. L JOLLY SS ANtCH E.RCHB
all lst or forgotInt k l I t tuftier, a Itt ealtudetis' , iil
M~nne f ',t,:)1 k1 S ad lie 1 :5 C. A.t twet -at tterl
**;nrlsw1 cIV e a ilt fro a ila retituet at heU~i
REID'as BILLARD rLes OR~S t tt iit t t i0 aaisliut fferasale.itt-o
Son~tasnaCombsetci. t*lta t y In ai. I r stree t. ani-
)oitttisethaitlie cIIIletitti s itti Jst
flit 'itoucc ttlitafkle Iirasilir lim
'tpill, tf t sti tsre e siide'1 (, Ii11
ailtoreelfroufthtie testfhbntcs, laie
ig'tislletl ieat ig>. 1Yrotulit
tl if yottutib u erei, attrt tlt l
1of coidietice itt yottr slIfftttd
tm ptay or it. We sre trailers
ILER ( WVRT
Job Printing. iMeyrs' 212 Muail tt .
somth. tPiottiw81. ii.
Try sonic of Cashing's titleCtitu-
ixttes. tf.
Tltljitltlttsle, hlift l s (ft lii 11t w faitt -I
soli fits IilfliS in i of the1111 cli
totu.tf.
Notice to Daily Canvassers
ic handltled ill to tilttei116:.' u Ati
7:20 ft.ini. evryf clay.
CLAI Dl A. TlHtMl'SON.
1,1 acad5t. 111t. 11cr.
A Ns TiihsuA'n, 53 SISZt
aa
., ittl rsed o
Ea otc- barn
e.el} n+.AR t
"5The Niagara Falls Route."
THE SHORT LINSE
I CHICAGO
ANN ARBOR to , BUFFALO
BOSTON
NEW YORK
With direct cotlnections at Chicago for
SL" Louis, Kansas City, Sr. Pattul'
the West. tFor infiormtaionttattd
throuigh tickets call ott or werite to 'W.
W. CASE, Agent, Atn Arbor.
REPUBLtCAN CLUB NOTtCE.
tihtis antti iteretat tQuarry's.
Tickots 25c. tf.
Reading notices, except to Univer-
sity organizations, one sent a word
per issue, payable strictly in advance
to the Business Manager only. Uni-
versity oirganizations allowed one no-
tice free. tf.
HCOFfW I[[[PI1
SBEST LONG DISTANCE
I-ullerbe O'Coinnor, St11 It.EIWiiain111 t.
to to Citehinsefot- its eys &
tilillerre Mil tChoti-tlateirj . E~Fro ll1
Latest unoielties ii sitititigs at F,; I-"Vi!Ct Z YORK
fir & Uutitior's, 61t E. IWiliam ti S. 5 - - --
Get our Gymos upplies it Cashing's. f -Oj.:1;tatofinecoom-made
it Cl t iit.EiThe makers'
THE HARMONIC ORCHESTRA srsransd ours, with
hFtrniishies iiisit- fur all seeasff115 C - useot E f" li 'uY-W e are
Iac lit-- utsictat:sptecialty. Addtresas L. f Itti iti iy
ft. ma tes, maniager, 8tiltS.tFourthi ',flu Ci cty
fls- Nett Phoneii 2'S!) ttti. 2.}
SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE DAILY. ~YJ EER
Subsctiruitiffs itothe fDuilyty akenia±
tti.hiuig' lDrtig Storei-andilat, yr' ST.i
Neus Standt.lRares, $2.21) ter year, or
$f2.00tiif fpaii ittadvranie.- tfi--
tCollege b annelrsitall titlt i ail5SfA E LK DORN STOWN
sty~lestat AttistLutelrles, ; S.ci. liii'
St. ( Strn Ifilor.)-
;F il 111tt Watches, Clocks, #
ta.Sof haert ls autilbam >N / Jewelry Repaired~
0 Nt C4W1PANY , iiie'tr.1iio i wtiorisr
BEST LOCAL.SERVICE ~
SJ. . I. itL~LE, 3461 S. State Street
LIGHTI AND POW[RC., T lE A N ARBOR RAILROAD
200 E2. WASIM~TON ST. TINE TABLE--Takinc sffect Sept 25, 1904
i iSol 'I'l te N OT Hl5ii
PHOTOGRA.1"+ -S9:0 1-.li 1
(tt I tti 5 etn i Arfit
SEYMOUR'S STUDIO, l iiC.31cOits. iau .
316 South Stain St. I I i i1 -t.I' . n rxr lci
a i
a h 334 5. StHle4S1.
____ it i
1111 lt SA K
k-The man who needs to concentrate his mind on
inspor-antoa loirs dsrng the daytcanent all erd to
t.b d niteced by small discomforts. Crosset
Shoes make the feeI easy no matterwhat youri
daily nccupa ion may be.
l Iii w~il "1!ri
LEWIS A. CROSSETT, Ince.
WE ARE NEVER UN..DER SOLD-GOOD YEAR'SDUG STORE

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