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The Michigan Daily-News, 1901-11-22

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY-NEWS
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WILD 60.
LEADING MERCHANT
IFI LORS
OUR FALL LINE
is the best w~e have ever showon,
containing
ALL THE
Black and Blue
styles.
and a very fine line of
Fancy SUitings
and Trouse i non
in the latest patterns and color-
ings. '[he largest assortnment: in
the state.
WILD60.
ioS U. Washington St
PACKIBRS - 20C
SPANISH ROOT w5c
Grandpa's Wonder
5 and 10c
QUARRY'S.
Campus Drug Store
141C~f'(1r'01ltl0 the Il-ror 11p01a115 the 5s1m'. It
W eia- 1(1 t 1 Taaln clf1in-nd0(i11 hisb
ID A 1 J E i I K ' - l i O ~ 0 1 1 1 i i
tI~ivt~ity dIil . 1I2 l ie 111110he has
z ;111t 1i ~l rt:f~ il th l' '1 10 Illelsl
Sull hro-l-slspude litn-(-ar051 ibut
The 'VAIRSITY NEWS, lot Ycar.-
EL'ttr~t s s<r~ i- 7c:: ;nw~fr t nn :i't~r RobertEalrr's Now Honk.
-lin-el so oo ln < 10410-01 Ann Arr ha nt frgote
bis 111010 1111111 is Ovidetwedl lby the fol-
Lk1 c~lal t yarat heUn~erit Io~151 t11n14 -li 1ji it of II-s1-illlioll of
MIIGiAN IIAnI -NLWS IPI1IInfSb NG OPANY book 1'(Vctr" l~eerick A.;
Nev, subscribers $1.501 in advance 014'll11It1t'i' 1 it ts11 ,-'5lo
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lollt Still Northwoesternl (11(1Illinois 1100
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the 1-1(004 (0110101 1h(1 lilly ar(soo
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:il ire os-l i11, 111110Ilene dou ble-
the- scalof 01ig(100 hich11111 110(4.0111the
wIhitihhe s the11100 g1reen (00p1er~iplh-ry;
of1 1 11111110'15 01urrounds0 1the snow liko
sik'e1(110115 of, io rr tth011 ~e
town,11ani a(Infoar1as 010e0e1e coul1d1s011
loy a11111( rollin 11110', swilling 11i1- a
:it 111e 111ierily of IMichiganlla0111is
1110sory, 111e V101o0s'" presentslOthe
listerIby 11arno, ia his01100e0 fr-ont
Nlt 11--1n1111 51101 to NI- onrok 1politics.
Mr. 1B1r0 1111s 110 tillstoiry 001011dslsh
11 01511 oIf 1this1versatile ge1111s0The;
book Neoill undoubted11lyiyn111a1 1a110g1
nlnllll-r of rars-o04- o 111the111'0041111
of the - 11110 11it( of Michl-an.
on jrsy er1Iectally adapt-
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1from1111r10111iste1dwos-ted,
closelywoven. Made to
O n D. Anideal foot-ball
1110 Y.
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Ht. bL. PERKINS
CHAFIG DISES'
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GREAT.PECKIAL
CAFTERGTISHPLAY
1)u0 r In new 10 ) 01 IiI 11just1
R. E. JOLY'rS
Lunches Are Better Than tover ilI r11 I 11 1111(11101101 0101 (oII1lf 51 11 0 01. 110(11p0Huon0ind 31A0
haIve 1t1e1hilrgesst 01111k of P1~~11(111 1ie-OlI PROC1)4N o mV &hSCIA BLB
baCCII Ii 111 111nd (ig an 1050 inI thl All 1- l' o -o--s nlil 1 1((1u 110In t ttlIl 11111 00iatlcon lsoIf (111-es ~ y i od,
City -- And oCal l 'tI 1 money-to05 nonls the l1(l i(f0 0ot i on10(101 0110'. -.Mo.fol loI10I 1
tding at R. E. JOLLY'S, «rt~ .E.Sofotantwl a
308 S. State St. Te.1em tecue I 04 (and left N)li1HENRY BROS
IF IT 10 -spcal -Ii' is 1 0w 111111h t he11110 llrit ~t' 110 0 IERCtIIAN'T TAILORS
~aw or Medical B oak 110111: a10 n1 fro01 10 i e ( da1l( l an 041101 annu a 011 (in of th1(011iiiItr 11 ,15 iO tl b
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___________IR THE I EADQU ARTERS
DE LMO' N ICO
302 5. STATE STREET
Fninest Cigar Store and Billiard Tahles in th1e cvito. Somethling 4
dointg allthti me11. 'PhonI 1SM 3 bIsi
THE
SMO)KE HOUSE~
1 16 E. HURON STREET
wholle a n~d Retail Cigar Store. nSmoke' the 1-Ilnthia rd
11nd11 ilohnlJai:"hran10110
FRED E.____
tIEADPUARTERS IIBRIIHEADQUARTERS "
4444.4.4. 11111 li:e:m-:::; : 1; :;III1 1 1 - i-p t
This space belongs to the
ATHENS THEATRE,
III wall-
«NI 'AITA LEs Signor1Lnnlhire ad'd-s1 aaflesh 0111a i otse l Ito>' (of all wohenoare
IN L....Y Ininottedi n th1lea- 1 ' tcivilization0f11an1ci1e(10' R om.Tis volutne Is
mla rbkedby tho soot qualtieIIs which imanie'hisI earlier volumes 011pro-
OF I (nndly attralctive. Ithsiscolarshlip and 1hi p(oitio~nt tRIomeiet he 0 til
stam111 lf high ltltlenlticity tuo111islstatmnt.Ile - 111 1001-5 -the New Dis- e ba I O
covleries1in the o'rum0110annthdeSac110'000'ia, thIeSacred '0000 of till At- h e a
O LD RO E 1m valesthe Truth about tile' trave1'fttt. Pau110, Stran~ge Superstitions a
OLD RON/i ~scribethelitne'wly-discllveII-d monlumtent to Rooulus antd the mulitude of U l
I3y tem-nple's andothe r objects whichl the Il(list siificexcavations yae
broulght to light, his narrative andlltile abuntdannt nmaps and tilustratiotns 320 S. State St., Ann Arhor-
cause e lo lt-b-ltrild past So live aIga-in, andI imagintion easily restores
UDUIPHO LACxlAA Ronmtito hrancient throne as istressofo the world. Many maps and
[IV VA dainsacdgreatly t h nees swl sthe- attractiveness of thin
work.
ICE C RIEAM.WHTOLEISALE AND REITAIL, DELIVIIRUt TO ANY PART OF THE~ CITY. BROGAN'8 110 t5, MAIN iitt'liiitT.

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