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June 03, 1905 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1905-06-03

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
1. S~~iltR icas opCasad"''ousers for sprig of ii 5o
ready fur your inspection
LUTZ The Clothier,4
y 217 S®. Mv%.iri St.
r Trnks and Suit Cases
* ul heedt on one or the other. perhaps both before leavinig
town
+ Vi n titfindthe kitni you iwant ill the Low, 1Mediuni Priced,
CI* t the 1}cyscostructed ini the market in foil representation
her I 0 N
.l
WJ.LOURIM.
1014th Ave. Op osieorteun
BusiHnessiStricty Cnidcniiai.
ENOCH DIET'kLE
Embacler aec wl Ceeci Director
AmbuliaeCaits atended dry or night.
C i l t Ic ve.: R tic es m
1 liiie40. Ann Arbor.
:1
(Contiecd fromt Pad
;t;tt1S t1 l S i i till
THE LEST WAY TO KNOW
College Branxd
Clothes
is to know samiCeother clothes first. Then
you will be able to measure tlhe difference be=
tween the two.
Prices will be about the same-then all
,.c resemblance w ill cease. No other store sells
clothes just made for ye ung fellows-No other
store setlIs garments with cevcry custom tail-
or touch toe them. Not youth's sires mind
you disguised under a young men's libel but
clothtee created expressly for onme sort of
w earer the chap hanging around the lowerI
twenties. Older men wit younger tastes can
w ita thcme if their figurcs w ill stand it.
Staebler & Wuerth
ge one.) lJOt PRINtING -Mecers', 215 Mai
i I Steeatad French try cleanig anid
rearitigat Fltler & 'oittttr's, 619
EWilliatmiSt.
\T hIt 110
I
ANTI CO
CLUETT, PEABODY & Co.
"
,
/,r
The
Gillette
Razor
NO cT~~'i Ott0I~
Act to sue them
Quiarry'.s
DRVG 8STOK.E
IHot L ulm'chlt
At Tittle's. 338 S. Stats
Will Close June 24th I
Oraonger's Academy
Will Open October 3rd
BILLIARDS
H USTON BRIOTHIERS
Suoccsrs to
Jas. W. Reid, 312 S. State Street
itvc hit rceivtic el ceit andifintici
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
eve h i itto ii icity.
Itil? iUNC1tidS IN CONNECTION
t08 S. StatteSt. R. E.JOLLY.
ICHIGAN CENTAL
"The Niaara Fails Route"
THE SHORT LIRE
'(CHICAGO
ANN ARBOR toJ BUFFALO
BOSTON
NEW YORK
with direct cotnnections at Chicago for
St. Lottie, Kansas City, St. Paul arid
the West. For information and
thtroutght tickets call on or write to W.
W. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbor. ,
t ; 1 '] 11 11 t l ?1 1 1 ii > i
l1 1 ii ii ii 1 iii t 2 It 1c
1 1 cl i t t 1- " m ° t~ti c' ' a ti° u l l t 1 i i t-
( IwI I 11!" I - ;*1', 1 lIIi , :i3J) ()i I
'The Siorosis aititMttlian & Setn's fite
shoes noixfoiritdscitotdetity by George
II. Miller, 2i2 Setiti hMainistreet.
Al 11 c ii II() i1 . hi W liii or
1, 11. *F. M Sm t, I ii I i ii )r. i.t
t ARE YOU UP To
OUR STANDARD?
se C, C/ ~aqa
'dli is i s Itbhett/reit/d(Whiat
steiticitrd. (IYou cant live
ill) to it withtuit a food
NMliclt cintains in digestible
fornm the elements necessary
for btuildi ng brain, muscle,
flcsh antibotne. 41 To at-
tatin thlis standard tuse
Shredded
Whole Wheat Biscuit
and Triscuit
(I Write for 1i/ti F ital
rtt?* ns/Cmook Book," free.
THE
NATURAL FOOD COMPANY
j Niagara Falls, N. Y.
Save the Walk
SWATCHES and JEWELRY
'iiW a irist-icl-asswoirkmieniaind guar-
crie urdor. We selliFsbs, U. aIM.
P insn a nnea~srs at Redu.cd Pricers
=r, Wuind ht I oetre and eThtecs
r2 . J. SCIEEDE, 340 S, IState Sreet
+ Telephstse 310
C E ]. 1 itnll ii. W hita d ti et jccccl e paciintis of altt
ahi liiihici Ii utilekind toiicatiFosecr's Art Storc. i23t1
J. I'', ci. Summer School to Mechanic Arts
hi ;S. I I )c I huhIJ SN I A lit icLI,str, tr KE T~UKYgut
..Carefully...
TSTED and FITTEBD
Ity the Latest
and Btest Ap-
proved Scien-
tific'Metods.
-4-Idiler's Jewelry Store- -
PHOTOGRAPHS,
Call at
THE SEYMOUR STUDIO,
3i6 Inst Main It.
CASH POSITIVELY CASH'
No nrders tor cube toe parties or entertain THE ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
ments wtillhe taken thin season unless AND STAMnSHIttLIttSs.
each accompanies the order. TIME TABLE-Taking effect Feb. 26, 1905
SOoeTHNORTH
RATES: Lv. No. 6*- 7t20 am. Lv. No. 1t--9:5 Oa~m
,. t.4 a2t-11:35: aim. Lv. "3t- 4:5t p.m
c cwi s carrdi~ige - 3015 tally mexcptSunday between Owosso and
Cittitic - - - - - 2.0 Toledo.t. Tbrnught trains daily except Sun-
--day. tFree chair ears on Nos. I and 4.
Robisnon & Co. Holmes' Livery *.iouo.i W. T. WILLt5, Agt.,
KRYG.Waiter's Livery W. H. Stark (1Toledo, Ohio. A, AnAbr ih
J~JJ1~1J Continues Its Excel-
; RDu lent Train Service.
You Will Find Four Trains Daiy
Carrying Parlor Cars on Day Trains. Sleeping Cars on Night Trains
f UNION DEIPOTS IN TOLEIDO AND COLUMBUS.
I. E. CLARK, 202 Elks' Temple, Detroit. Mich..
++++++++++*T'T ' 4....440.++++".......'
Billiards Pool
IStimlpson (42- lStImpson
334 Sou.th State Street
1T++++*4+l444++.4c tiTobacco Cigarettes Cigars
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD-GOODYEAR'S DRUG STORE

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