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TI~ MICnII~AN' DAXLV. ________________________________
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and can
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zeld's Fine Tailoring
Guarantees...
st. skillful and artistic service to be had anywhere.
earry a large and complete line of seasonable wool-
ave the agency for Beach . Newel's Custom Shirto.
tyou a larve, beautiful and exclusive line of shirt-«
feet itting.;
Bureblield's fine Tailoring Trade, 106 If. Huron
44 et -A * *i- 410+ +u+ . 4.e F + F++* + + + I.*iet +* 4tI-4
*1February Clearing Sale!
With Astonishingly Low Prices
Including YPSILANTI UNDERWEAR
MANHATTAN SHIRTS
FLEECE AND SILK LINED GLOVES
DON'T FORGET THE"J IS NEAR AT HAND
We rent Dress Suits at Low Rates, and all
necessaries for this occasion are easily pur-
chased at our store.
Wadhams, Ryan & Reule
200, 202 .S. Main St.
a--
. .
I~LJ ~ AI ~ For 15 Days Ending
DISH SA-LE ~February 15
Wec offer anything in our Crockery Departmtent at
~1-4 OF F
Tbis sale includes Fancy China, Cut Glass, and Lamips. A
sl4did o tppotuonnity to replentss ourttish wants.
IIOAG'S [NOME SUPPLY STOIRE
3
Money Loaned
Slllatn.4unanI atelies. lDiamnd-,
or1otheriers onolalPIlwrty
WaT thesatdoelrytiltOIepated.
M11l titto ln Watches at
iamtontds.
Othl kat reide, n. 34 .Lbet- i.
Joseph C. Watts
* Yosscar. Ieta
$ Hot Lunch:2
At Ti.itte'g.. 338 S. State
NBrullswickTabe
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS
Floe clgars and Tobancos.
las. IWl. , Iro.:t - aSl ate Street
111000 loot receivedi to' artteot antlOist
littlOof
Turlish Cigarettes and Pipes
l'INtl 1kb lN CONNECTION
EverytngltNeaut. atdileanlOt
Allti ntsor to t .1. It. Pipes.
° S. State St. R. C. JOttY.
G RANG ER'S
Academy of Dancing
GEORGE BISCHOFF T
FLORIST Choicn Cal Flowers and
J Plants
TeAnn Arbor Savings Bn
A (elrarnaking BusinssoTransacted-
II 't 'Il; as. 1E. llisolk. Ires.; W. It.
I tr iua .ViceOtto ; it . iltz, Cashier.
,AICHJGAN C(NIflI
"The Niagara Falls Route."
THE SHORT LIRE
CHICAGO
ONN ARBOR toI BUFFALO
BOSTON
NEW YORK
With direct connections nt Chicago for
St' Louis, Kalnsas City, St. Paul and
thin West. For information and
llotghtickets call on or write to W.
WCASE, Agent, Ann Arbor.
"ALLEN'S FOR (QUALITY"
We htave jtust recetved a large shlipmtettt of Itid-seasotI black antd
blute Tibett attd unfintished worstetdsttits otta weighlt sutitable for
year-around wear. Made uip sn-elI, doutble or single breasted,
wtbrashudrantruestaarrih.A typical studein~ts' sttit at a Ipoputlar ptrice 15*00
A. G.RSalding &Bros.
Wo1ld If 1111111111AtlleicSupliesltl
ATHLETIC IMPLEMENTS
BASE BALL BASKET BALL
GOLF BOXING GLOVES
STRIKING BAGS
GYMINASIUM GOODS
A. (G. SPALDINU & BPOS.
NEW l lR ttlE tltAtO
ALLEN
Main Street
C11:11 IiItl 04111OLARl-StHIP1' WOfld 1111a11outlithic tithlifl':Illfte 11111110 tgh- JI L SCHUlH, Sanitary Plumbing,
______ dcirI cs. 1 ttttlatltttto Iitelt 1 Electric construction and supplies
is to nntta I11ubr110, the. tilde114r of clutbs, men1'setio.chitlren's cutbt, Gas and Electric Portables, Gas and
the Chticagoll I'01ttttttott- -clltorllp for inc ticl 01 and0 11o1f0o1thOitare condtutl- Electric fOxtures, steam and hot
11101 y1110.11a1 rettundtnlIlorestttte Ier CII iy the1 Vlltttttllt. 1 tHu littlue toisttnwater hosting.
111k it thte tttiv'ersity .'Miss 1111111r 111110 1of1albusinetsoditrt an1ittt ork1110207 tL Washington St
took tullIter reinotltceat the- Ilcagl is10done11forlta1 htghter classoo op110letatt
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illellaslivd 10111tilt.hcaooo Sttleltont 0 110 11U ed tatof the lllouseC. IProgress and Poverty
11111NItooIItiotloel tthul nIiontl s Itthe m111 ss1e1s00antd tfothe tltiooon ; BY HENRY GEORGE
11t 1110 oldestiallsettlemeintt itt the 10e01. II Iil11111100 lworks theoretically, sttudy- At All Book Stores
IDulrin~g htro ldlitg of te feltI-lil t lotlow hiipoltms tatd thteir soltttittts. The -- - --- -__-
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11000'ol~lo 1 lt itllgl fI and BATH ROOMS. '
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Save the Walk
Down Town
o 5 WATCHEIS and JEWELIRY
eiiREPAIRED
l5t-Itave fts-cinio 1111101asnd guar-
antee our wo011k. IWe sell Fobs,IU. sif10.
Pins snd Banners at Reduced Prices.
' eephone 310.
F. J.SCIIL[EDE, 340 S. Stale Street
THE ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
TIME TABLE-Takingefefect Dec. 4, 1904.
SOUTH5 NORTH
Lv. Nn. 0*- 5:06 0.m0. Lv- No. It- 9:05 a.m
5- a. Lv. " 3t- 4:5Opnm
"4t--8:l5 pm. Ar."I5*- 8:37 a.sm
* Dally except Sunday between Owtosso and
Toledn. 1-Through trains daily except Son-
day. Itree chair cars on Nos. I and 4.
IV. T. WYILLIS, At.,
J. J. KIIIIY, 0. 1. A., Ann Arbor, Mich.
Toledo, Ohin.
NN " a444444444444444444444444444444* >^N 4
Every suit and overcoat new and this 5sson's make, all
O il LU xe sq u a re 1111 to-date styles and at seventy-five cenlts on the dollar.
The peer of all sates. Our entire stock of suits and over- U. of M. Calendars given away free with
coats1now 01 sale at One-fourth off every $1.00 purchase or over.
$2o suits cr overcoats at 15.00 $12 suits or overcoats at 9.00 NFim P d a s C . Co
tiS suits or overcoats at 13.50 $10 suits or overcoats at 7.50 lot do01 north of State Savings Bank. 121-3 S. Main Street
WE ARE NE VER UNDERSOL;D-GO+OD YEAR'S DRUzG STORE

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