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TilE MICHJ( AN DAILY-NEWS
WILD 60.1
LEADING MERCHANT
1fIL0R i
OUR FALL LINE '
is the best wve have ever shoe, n,
containing
ALL THE
Black and Blue
Styles,
and a very fine line of
Fancy Suitings
and Trouseri ng~s
in the latest patterns and color
ings. [rhelargeestassornment in
the state.
WILD0.
10o E.Washington St
Tutti Frutti
One of our famous Fountain
beverages, served in origin-
al style at
QUARRY'S
CAMPUS DRUG STORE,
R. E. JO LLY'S
Lunches Are [Better Than Ever
ihave the 1:11 "ent 'Itn of Piles, To-
bacco,Cigari and I ig a, ttes n ii
trai~ -it R. i 1. JOLLY'S,
08 S. State- St.
IF IT IS
A Law or Medical Book
I HAVE IT.
C. E. BARTHE!LL.
DAIL:--EWS
The U, of Ai. DAILY, 1201 Year.
The 'VARSITY NEWS, ii VYear.
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BOOKSTORES
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Sporting Events.
ATHENS THEATRE,'
SATURDAY, OCT. 26.
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CORNELLV'S
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IIUMPTTY =DUMPTY
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The great and only EDDIE McDOJNALI)
PRICES, 25, 50, AND 75.
NEW BOOKS
'IlI I OYAGE (IF)I I oAI, by Edwin Arnold. NEW CAN L'EI<.B CR1 'tALE~S, by :Maurice Hewlett.
THIE VICTORS, by Robert Btarr. CIRCUtMSTPANCE, by S. Weir Mitcthell.
TILIE lION'S WVHLP, by Amelia E;. Barr. 'IYIVI A, by Evalyn Emerson.
ROSAIXNDIE'S LON'ERS, by Maurice Thompnon. WARWICK OF THlE KNOBS, by John Vin Lloyd.
$1.20 EACH'
,I1. IEIRLASTJNt;, by John "-inke.
$1.00
SHEEHAN & GO., 4NN 5-UT TTBOKE ST.
ICE CREAM. WHOLESALE AND If ETAIL,RDELIVERED TO ANY PART 01F THE CITY. BROGIAN'S, 110s.,AMAIN STREET.

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