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January 15, 1902 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY. -NEWS
TROUSERS..
We laso 5 sub hundtredt pieces of i rouse-itt gs of' new pt
terns on our tables-its between st-as,-os-our lo ss is youir
gan-justS now we can give you be-tter valutes fur tess mney
Itan at uany other season of the year.
WAGANER &CO.
TAILORS
123 South Main Street
I R ee " R
PIGKWIGK IBilliadPalrdFOs ad Bowling BETTER TH/::N E
707 N IIiN~ F~YXi ii
THE HOOKING VALLEY RY.I!1LII:
11:,11-i-,til oto v rtii ig: s iS ICE I 'iEii L' Tani tiiOADBiED,
Wtlt'ilti1(.:rTOLEDO TO COLUMBUS L"i'
Writie JiW LANDnlAN, General Traveling Agent,
DETIROIT, MILtIIAN.
The SCHIEEDE
TEMPORARY9 t
O ew lt Ailtipt
5s . state ft
B~ARGAINS
in Up-to=Date
...9TAILORING.I.
Euld., The Tailor,
119 S. MAIN ST.
Our Window Speaks
for Itself.
tiel' i' t oi e,seil;ill . :i ti'i5o
*tt i tt 1" tv o ;. '1i-O i spov c til i
s Ii i i i :ii;ie1stilt 's yil l1i e i i
ANN ARBOR MUISIC CO.
209-211 E. Washington
AX1LHIGAN (CENTRAL
"2Te Niagara Falls Route"
T11lE SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR TO
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
With sirect contecttins at OCtrago tor St.
Louts, KtanaCity, St.Pal adthe wtl li est.
Foe int1orrltsttn Rod thiriiught tiekt ettiallonnsor
write toIt i. W. HAPE'S. Areas. Atit Arbior.
ANIN ARBOR
RA!ILROAD
TIME TABLE
Taisitefrfect Juliie 2 10.
Tea)tis aer Ann ArtierbytCentral Stand-
rd Time.
SOUltTtHNORTH
*No. 6.- is:25 A. M. Nit. .- 8.-N) A. M,.
No. 8.-t1:35 A. nM. 'No. 6.-12:30 P. a.
Ni. 4.- 8:3t5 P. m. Na. 3.- 4:560 P.Sa.
.r2-- o :05i v . 1- 9: 0 A.sit,
*Run between Ann Artier and Toledot only.
All trains dairyexcepiSunday.
W. T. WILLS. Agent.;
N H1. BENNETT, C4. P. A-
Detroit, Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor &
Jackson Ry.
Csirs toae'fir Detroit eery tatlflhoturl
beg-inte itu f t.45a. tm. utit l :45p.m.
After that lt) tteslt 9:45 stud 11:15 p. iet.
Czurs leaving Antit Arbor sit 9:15, 10:15
ansI 10:45 rinconlty to far as Ypsilati.
Watitig~ room corner Annitattd MaitntSts.:
D~etrit, 70i)Wodwardl are.
The Newest Thing 1
lRentschler, the IIpotogaphert.
CALENDAR AND READING NOTICES by"IHoward Chaler slrist
Cani be found at
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tilts siIt is sotlitil
sits. . 1a. tIi'
ciii' Isis' it, 21 9 it t -55 A
sit-pr ei cI s its ays~ Stis. clpt
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ley )f tlt' . A.1;. . wil s k ItS th
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Ossvh. Lo 1 vva iy a
Iit i Iv i slt sit I ts
4 t)1''t't :Ili I~i t r f it' slits
____leis ________ti- iti s i. i 0. i-- ss it stitsi <)
S.! -el- 5orlin ( i"1sj 1I- ttti t i etnr Its-i itti 'ttt st 0 . is
ip i .s i s s51it l) t llss l y to Mr. tji'lik to Ilet t fth-etius1' it
t' 1.BAlTIEL 1 ,S.Stt sret o l -1sttttss t. \siti ttss- s mi tutits-in
1 or Al. i-sit tu-sti5it si tittst11e's is n jtt sils tt t he stss lti'uis. t'ite
isi' i lstitisi lut ssie (1 155 1 \is itt-s Fri' it l "e id t e..tk w l el
s-sit'npo. cti i su t : oilt ttlotst s si its. \sssu. ritiitss1l1dtstli s t n
'1'lilr, or Stite:11d ishn-tn ss' I i i tstt. to i t-ett in-sdis s'-d
Speial-tst l sititt i n lis -tuisdttis tt tis-:sr til sitistissi siswtrk. 11let- lec-ilies4
llA.iil-tlS .tl-SV':iitY STORtt.al' 2sit isriois-st stit is-ieis wot' k:itIs. t'a
- 811 treprit stf Irsis i--ist iitt'vsttgio-i 4
Its-t * fot'sasssll s-isslistl sot otisis wsilt rsitiss'sst sisttly iits e .t4)rissstiof
si1 : c p ft' hets lit is sit Iiaily t 1 iss'sstsime t1I lesicis 'tts -itti ints hte
Nt-s o' Lst ist111IYe.isit' oklutist aliilit isthe s sic1 t I'issstsis-ss N ties. tsis-t t Ihs
_______ ___15cnt. __ issI o St- sts si':1Itti tiisis .11its' ri-.
"I' S. Sitst'ee ss'or r:1issss )Si .sloi'i Ots\')\- -itsi Istt11',1111 'ss
sit's' slrice t o I ts sileifs onily.______
. . it . Itit II l It., :;21, S. Sit s ot's-i-t. o S 'iec s osit lit'h ctlne-o s n-
it '(l'Bli. t l l. ttttti 0 iS - 5Atfeel" ssllss:it tlii ss S titts;1irs itt.t
let it Love'sll's andsi tir- olsto 555s. :i1 lrS.c ''~I-' steill fnits i li l te issit' Sitt
S1 L. A.
5 2 1 7 S . F o u r t h A v e . o
The Summer...
Is sver. Xiiu are
itinkinig of 1all wear.
Our Fall
Ilie(if Footweaetr isSOP
madte in al liC 110e
styles af
$2.00, $2.50 AND $3.00'
Glass' Shoe Store
109S5. cHaintSt.
Repairing a Specialty-
DON'T BE, FOOLp
By a ti9t Lead Pinioned CoC1C9
Bcy a good STEEL PINIONED 8g.
let $1.00. See bothicelecks on
bution int my window.
J. L. Chapnia"'
20ts S. Mai Si.,
Car. Main and Huron atreeni-
generalSaking businee. re
R, KaxrrE, Prot. . F . GRaEEN.i
FEet. H BaLten. Cashiter.
TilelAnlirm or SavinaO3
Capitalt Steel'500. essee eurps V
Reorese6e,$00,t0. 50 5a
Or anized under the Getneral Baa cad s4
af thur Stt. Receies depotsi, byejit
rechttgonenthe sisetplcitiets rlof ttiO
IState-. Defieecaslednupon proeieaedt
srims Calsey depoitest reenet. P - S-4
itr manne, Vies PrrE Mieeu. i Cs"r
FIRST NATIONAL BANK 06r913'e01
Capittal, $100,0500. Surlus eand Fraleta05
'tranete a general bitntg busintesr' f reo
exneoutght arid raid. Furnisehl
credit.
E. D. KINNE. Pre. HARRISON S re
S. W. CtARKSON Cashier
W. AROLDlet Via-pee CT
J.V. SHEEHAN,2d Vie-pre a 1J
JOHN.C.WrAeTZrAst.Cashier J
Transacta a general _..'
Banking IBusines. a
Goodyear Glove Rubber
Felt tins- of Rlkskin Gym- ~le"St
LAM BERT, 6t3 Wila
I THE BEST HOT CHOCOLATE, - HANGSTERFER'S, 200 E. WASH. ST.: 816 S. STATE ST. I
A GOOD SHAVE, Hugh Johnson's
Razor tionlag. tBathrootms onena Sunday, Pissneer ('afe, 211I1lE. IHuroni St.
9-12. H. B. WELCTI OpendaorngtBad$25pewk
W. of 000ok 110t00. Hucroci St. siyo ih.has 25 e k
HAVE YOU SEEN
iEFClcE NOEBY BROWNS M IL
CAMPUS BARBER SHOP
For a first-claass fair Out
and an Rasy Shave . . . .
HERB JOHNSON,
U.olMBarber scaatPis
Shop and Bath ty. dne19y0St'
Roo1MS, 822 STATE. ndacR. Tom
THE FINEST LINE OF SCOTCH 11Y
E ' E'GSH SWT1I SN THtE

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