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October 31, 1901 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN I)AILY-NEWS
. Oysteir IhalIuihynsal Tooth Paste r oc
4C c t i sPackers's Tar Soap - - Zo
*Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets - - 85
+Today 1 Peruna - - - i
*CALKINS' PHABRMACY 324 50. STATE ST.
MILLERS ABRIDGMENT II E A E
COMPILED LAWSLIE PA R
MI1CHIG1AiN let us suhow you the (laalit}' we sell
at 15, 20 and 2a 1a1).......
Ic01ing;afl ( t tin i e on nst itol~ssitant statutes arraigns1 asand
A NNO)1ATEI) for the use of Students. Our Playing Cards are the standiardi
ONE VOLUME, $3.00 at to, 1,, ao and 25t: a package.
CALLAGHAN & COMPANY, MARTIN SCHALLER
Law P1ublisher ', Chicato.;)iIII S .M I T
ANN AfROl RRNCH:t 340 STATE ST., Opposite Law BluilingI 1 S .M N ST
Visit... 1"- 3.00
lReutst~iev, the I"hotographer.
Fulde's L 35
NEW STORE
119 S. MAIN ST.
Merchant Tailor.
$5.00 FOR $1 .00
oilmhs's,il -o. f mrus '-st iifcur of.
''X+ lrsls'si5l. tsaitr s,' iO -''sassrsI si'Qorasi~pt
hr. r~iiii -st r s si-41O 'k ssV
glow I,, to S'i'st is, dollars' ssssrls
'til .I! yousio 'milo ''f ~'cl~
sarI l.f ii 0. iiith, 11 isi -s is iiibI
ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.
209 211E. Washington
3VXIrnI AN CLPAJL
ANN ARBO-R TO
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
Kan.'i s s5irsssri r;. ''' i ss',.-'it ii,,ss ii'
A NN ARBOR
RAILROAD
TIME TABLE
Taing 'ie' .ue .'101
Trains leave Ann Arbeor' oyStnitralStant-
*d Tires.
SOUTH NORTH
'No. .- ?:2i5 A. M. No. 1.- 8:50 A. M.
NO. .--'h-I r A. IM. I to, 5-12:30 P. a
19o. 4.- A-365P 4t. JNo. R.- 4:!V P. M.
x 102 K:05 r. nt. ( '. 10 I ):0' r .
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo only
All train, daily except Sunday.
W. T. WILLS. Agent.
W4 Ht. RU~N NrTI t, 0. A-
Detroit, Ypsilanti. Ann Arbor &
Jackson Ry.
Cars leavs for Detroit every half hosur
beginning ot 0 45 a. It. until 8.45 1). ni.
After thaot to 1)trsiti):4,' and 11:15, p. 01.
!ars lisi-g Ann Arbor at 9:15, 10:15
and 10:45 run oly as tsr as Ysillanti.
Waiting room worne'r Ann and Minfsos.:
Iktroit, 70) Woodlward ass.
CALENDAR AND READING NOTICES.
Oct.-t-30 -,. I..A--Hion. George We* i 'It s' I ttlrsh 1.tess sos t1 s ilt. I
ttillg. stuffshus Iiauist cit ActsnnAihoir, may
Oct. 31s-;t -Stato V}.'d(rarions of Worn- "-i>issi)to' scaM isitaKy (City. Ill sun-
'sis ' tubs. pis si isi.ion loint,'so iilsi r'urc his 'sr-
'T'tuirsrlay, 0'sr. It "'uuty '("1,11rt isma 11' ih si - isi-al ss ,s'tst: 1sing inor
ill t'iii's's'oily llt. i iii, is,.,si ftsl iliis'isisslis,,, bhi.ss srii-
Noss. 1I---1ts l Ig t 121(.4's1ts5St. I.. slilrl ii 'ti ig-1. 1111trs'-ainisnt. XAs all
A. . isol . iG . . . i~tsosi~cs-s . :sp's'.1li, s 'siill i's w la s
atuii'iai. 'sr's'. - ~thlil -'stiisi ''i i 'i{isani is i's a tii':i'i 555555 l
Novs'ii. - N,'i~' 5 ' '11tall 'srC1111'73 ) i ', "'r ti'il st'' oo l 1
oAIt) : r-i'oI' 515- 'iio'TorI'led
I."iiiiilryo . io1S' ii Is-rdo, 0.,swanstoIi
s.ds yosiri'l.'ssss so work. t,(,'rso rdsrss
5'! (21 ". MinSit. 1'h,:ris' 5V4.
'SI L)AIlt)) TT'I I ItN'T'I'tt.
Wt,,' Sisoli iur "gs'tnisfstiir god'sso'e
'sidistouh' tI':I i','isit; sIN',' siok tow'oll
ls'ssori (is'for ithe'Daily-News.
Cathiolic Church; lasses 8:00,:
10:30) a. r.; Vespers 7:30 p. nm.
'1 N': N :i t NET (' tI' n is''WO lii if's Is'r
d- i 'nlitis F.i's tlr 'is i sir. II. .-
'sIiii isslil iiolul Ft ("isiii iii tms .11
1.01 l IIA4-ltix i ri s5 ii 55 'cusr is
sucrsi'''isfist'theiDailyN:w,
r W. LOIJGLAS u014105
FINE SHOEtS .-- MADn'
OUR
Double Deckers
AND OUR
GENUINE
FREAKS
LEADS
Others Follow
Wah 1,heShoeman,
Free Shines.
CAMPUS VIEWS'
20) Cents a Set of I? 'ictures
LOVELL'S CORNER STORE,
(()loi . Ls' OlisilsI, j
Co~ lr. Mai n o S, rnuetBan
geti nie sods'.'itgotinsiinkise ta'
Stains lafibO pn rS''IdMt~S ank
ptas l o-to . HS csi. u plens.15,00W.0
Ha e an V oPr.s, 1. 0.(rio, osir
CapiH ta. 0,iOO Seposadtsb.and ltia
eanentaesrincial n0cialaseor teignd
Seias. brat andh ed.n rritis ti or4
Safet. eoi o st et
E.rcms D. ri itN E. HRiSOok.Pe.: .D
FISW.NAIOCLANK itasized
W . D. KINNE7, Pr". Ae RSNSUE
W. AalsLD, ill Vfca-piros
J. V. Snxxalnasa2stVisopree TI
Jani C wriT7ar, Amti. Cshlfe r Sl
Transaets a general
Banking Business.
Goodyear Glove Rubber
Full tine of Elkakin Gym. Shoes,
LAM BERT, 613 W~iliam St.
PiGwiGK IiImida rarlors adlBIowline
707 NOoRTH t_'NI\'I"RSIT\'A IN
S. LA. 15 N o's. $1.5 0
His Excellency Wu Ting-fang, Nov. i.
l.IiinR ATERStO K, on. n"AborahamsoiLincoln.'
POST-MASsTsE EERALSWl, '"role oator Oits: adsiioitsraioss,' im "Tile
Chasraeter 1an10Pubite S5 rolessof William Mcsileyo.
MAXotRELl. on "tiier.Rioyal Iiighniss, Wioan," or "Woman ossd :Loves in
Epi~gramo and nHamor."
LELAND 1'. PsswEoo. in "David Garsrck" Or 'Msonot-iar loaosarii."
ilaTon 5'.'N. MARIn. on "Litserture s 8.era soaal Ressoure.":
KAsnoaloRINsooD(IwaY CONrCE OMPANY.
HoN. . -HAnl'soOo Lowts on"Tile Pr'eessiosnrlr Iolitis'Oas."
AL loos ARsoroitos's Pw'sooo PLAY.
(OHRLS lttIIOOTIILI LooMlo. iumnorist.
Four othser high class numbers, with GROVER CL.EVELAND) and
SENATOR BEVERIDGE as very strong probabilities.
Tickets on salt at all times at Wilder's, 3,36 State St.
_ THE HOCKING VALLEY RY.II
That mesans thest oftIeverytnigrSEVICE, EQUIPMENTanad IROADIED5.
sith P'arlor CarsTOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
Write J. W. LANDIlIAN, General Traveling Agent,
DETROIT, MICHIGAN.
THE B'E).tT HOP 1CIOLtATE, FINE CONFFECTIONS. HANG STEFEI'S, 200 E. WASHINGTON ST., 3156 S. STATE ST.
A GOOD SHAVE, Hugh Johnson's
I ase EHsning. liatiroonif s 5 Sunay~, P1,ecrCafe'tts,14 12. turon t.t
912. H"1. 8.WELCi Opsn0dsy isr' night. Hoard $2,50 Opersok.
W. of Cok 1o01e. lifosroosSt.
CAMPUS BARBER SHOP U fKBre ROsemn n
Fora f.ihrst-class Hair Cot Uni M Bre F n b g ci aad
and ain Easy Shave . Shop and Bath m'e toyIneln
HERB JOHNSON RoomfsaeSTT and Paris 15
________________________ __t____________ . JR. Troanowl
fA D THE FINEST LINE OF SCOTCH AND
!A R DENGLISH SUITINGS IN THE CITY
HAVE YOU SEEN
THOSE NOBBY BROWNS
MILVV

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