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THlE SJ1CIIIGAN DAILY-NEWS
++++++++++++++++++++++++++4+++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*:++++++'l++++0
~ A'ND'IES KODAK
I: d div packages of all siues. We Witer scenery and winter 5arties make K"'odakin-g attrac'
+ pack forshiupment without charge.... tive for the to lidays. We have all the tici patterns. 20
+ See themi in our wVindaIw. per cent, discount on kodaks.
~CALKJNS' PHARMACY 324 SO. STATE S3Oi
+++I+++++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++ 1!+ 14++++1+++++:
ri6KwI6k Billia~IrdcIarors ad tBowliuU
707 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE
THE HOOKING VALLEY RY.!!I
Tha) momas the lstof evearything: SERVICE, EQ1II1MENT and ROADBED.
w hImlrCr TOLEDO TQ, COLUMBUS
Write J1. W. LANDIl1AN, General Traveling Agent,
DETROIT, MICHIGAN.
PAN-AMERICAN
PLAYING CARDS
AT --
SOHALLER'S BOOKSTORE,
1 11b5 IMA
i!
Hiave=a= Loo k
IN
Fulde's Windows
$30 Suitings at $22,
$8.Oo Trousers at $6.oo
Fulde, The Tailor,
119 S. MAIN ST.
Our Windcw Speaks
for Itself.
lIE' 0ii 1t rl 11 :i{ C I t (,
ill , .ttc lt l t:lc :' t t lt : '
ANN ARBOR MUISIC CO.
209-211 E. Washington
ICHIGAN CIENIIAL:
'TheNiagara Falls Route."
THlE 5110tT LINE-
ANN ARBOR TO
CHICAGO
BUFFALO ;
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
With it rect wnitotwsLat c('1 yoaftr St.'
Lous, Kasas city, :3t. I'mit ed the wett.
For tnformation and thtrough ticketsacalltno
write to if. W. HlAYES. Agent. Annt Arbor
ANN ARBOR
RAI LROAD
H E ,Sr &HH1r .±' N S.
TIME TABLE
Taloin effet Juntelt1901.
Trains leave Ann Arboc by Central Stand-
rd Time.
SOUTH NORTH
*Na. .- 7:205 A. w. No. 1.- 8:56 A. M.
Na. 8.-11:51A. IM. *Na.6.-I1:30P. m.
Na. 4.- 8:A' P. m. Na. .- 4:56 P. a.
.Ran between Ann Arbor aed Toledo oaly,
All trains daily except 8andav.
W. T. WILLS, Agent.
N' H. HENNETT 0. P. A'
Detroit, Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor &
Jackson Ry.
tars teare tor Detroit earry htalf hour
begioninofG t1 45 a. m. until S:45 p. m.
Afte'r thtl to Detrotj91:4.5 anti 11:15 p. m.
Cars leaving Ann Arbor at 1:15, 10:15
and 10:45 ran only as tar as Yptsilanti.
Waiting roam corner Ann anid Mtain St.:
Ilyrilt, 70 Woodward ave.
l101entschtev, the flb'otorapber.
CALENDAR AND READING NOTICES
F iz fm r i 1, t1t l::lti':'titt Ilt.)wn :ilt' n vtst y cIt .t It S i.t I It'll-
11v10 :' I IaI 1 .0. 1
'Itt it t :t''i 1 1_';11111 ~ t in I i c
w13 t'oi: f tlt o"aift:) S.Iii O.. . '~re
'1ii illClu~ linit o c rs
S 14i 71 l. I(itt Viiv rs:1)A
will o ':i:: o gretedIli- acke
.011set:::t: 1:11(hetweek%,2('11oi'tI-. I it:
it)))..:111' tt t n ti' S lttt fitav 'll'-
'NEWNCI ASSLI 111Nra rtt'ijtt'tND.t
Catho lilil Chrch;s il sses8l:00, fo
10:30 at i. in esprs 7:30e p. (ii.
GlE-TScho~olefStoretlTilr. 7u1cl
ottlivls at lo't'st pice orer Suste(.li
Iattd 't :;;4) l.ngo1ts. rtTS
d N 6 Irite. I
$-3.00
1 v
i W.L.DOUGLAS 8811
_ Double U R r
AND OUR
GENUINE
FREAKS
LEADS
Others Follow
Wahr, TeSoml
1 Free Shines.
DON'T BE FOOLDF'
By a W LeIeadtiPittioned 00Cloo~
Btty a, mood STEEL PINIONED abl
for $1.110.See bathl clocks ane
bition in tyutittlow.
rJ. L. Chapma"'
206:SN Alaitn SI
Capital, $50,00. Sutrpls, $95,001. ras
getneral tanking busttes.
R, Knrr, Pes. C..E. GREt6R,
FRED. H Hettan, Cashier.
The flan flrhor 8avinU ,(i
Capital Stoek. $60,000. Sureplus, a 8
Reources, $1,100.000. tin p
Organiedundth IaGeneral Bns 01
y aane ontherincipal citisthe 40ga
State . Draftscedupon paIroper itIs
bafLcy deposit boxe oet, st W 5'
Harr man, Vice-Prae.: M. J. Fritz, _~
FIRST NATIONAL BANK bl e
Capital, 0100,000. Surplus and Fran101r
Transacttt a general banking baetnc01' 8'te
eachangecbought and cold, Faroleishtl
credit.
E.,D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SVIr
S. W. CLARKSON Catbiec r
4t. tt'taBOOT, Pant. T1'
W. ARNOLD, let Vira-pcce VI
J. V. Sanenas, 2d Vicce ,,plljc
JHNa.C. WALT, As. Cashier f~h'
Transacts a general
Banking iBuaineas.
Goodyear Glove Rubber
Fttll lioe of Elkskin Gym. heyt
LAMBERT, 613 Willis80
T.: 816S. STAT S.
I'. Steel i'al"i ol-.1tioll " (Nvihnls);
i r i; 1 price *;1.50. to, 5ltulc nt.s 01 1 '. Miclii -,Ili pills at II_ LLEIR'S
C. E. 11.1R'I'H EL, :;"'t; S. Suite street. ELRY "'TORT.
Si.L. A.
I
THE BEST HOT CHOCOLATE, - HANGSTERFER'S, 200 E. WASH. S'
A GOOD SHAVE, Hugh Johnson's
Razor Honing. Bathrooms ouen Sunday, Pioneer Cafe, 214 E. Hturon S5t.
912. IH. B. WELCKIpndyo ih. or 25 e k
W. of Cook'HEsaee. Huron St pndyo.ngt or $.0prsk
HAVE YOU SEEN
il-iCSL NCEEY ERCW NS M L
CAMPUS BARBER SHOP
For a first-class flair Cat
and an Easy Shave ....
HERB JOHNSON
VARD' .
U. of. M Barber Face sew10 .~
Shop and Bath mtos
1ODn and Paris .~
eStS,822 STATE. J. R. Teal4 o
THE FINEST LINE OF SCOTC.
L:JL..Sli 'St lTINS' 1 , To
K
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