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February 08, 1902 - Image 3

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TIIP, MICIGAN DAILY--NEWS
- .. .:1II--I.3t1 i iti- 1t3331113 333:33 13333i;: :3 1+.
ta;The Mom GonvinU Thios
t could do that would tend to induce yosi to buy
W~l eSTEIN-BLOCH CLOTHES
weocannot to introduce you to a roan who has worn them.
'W antcommand the language with which to tell you how
good these clothes are. The makers attach their label be-
neath the coat collar of their coats, and they are so proud of
their reputation, that not the slightest defect either of style,
fabrics or tailoring, is permitted to euter asy ipart of their
production. You don't know how cheaps..
STEIN-BLOCH CLOTHES
are, until you have worn them. Why daily with the unknown
quanti ty of doubtful make when you can buy the 'real thing'?
LINDENSGflMI11 & nrfftL
I
I
IF YOU WANT A,
MICROSCOPE
TsRporte and MherAone 'corer
mir l+41 I 1113311d 3543111++.I~t4?-ost .I
EGYPTIAN
DITIES
"N14' better -Turkish
Cigarette~5 can
be made."
EYPTIANj
EMLEMS
(C"rk Tipped.
IT'S NO JOKE
ur ' ~ .Shoe h,,nok's
well ani finds r ti'
Wear.
THlE
1IANAN SHOE
has tood the teat 0.:tirsj
Wit Preaapearancean
1o Prces.
~E.H, MILLER
2 zS. M1INST.
RE"NOLDS BILLIARD PARLORS
iT I'OIl ) 1t11L1 II I
''(y the reaPftass c int -d
312 S. STATE STREET
AND~ STYLE
STUDENTS
ALWAYS I
PATRONIZE
0131 iiiiIq i I i 31:13 *i t 1113 i
0 r nIm IM
to IWO
OUR 2ND ANNUAL
Inventory Sale,
The Entire Stock of FANCY and
MIXED SUITS and OVERCOATS will
be put on sale for the Next 30 Days4
at 1-S OFF.
tsvery Garment marked in plain fig .,es
IEvery Overcoat included in This Sale.
Every Child's Suit and 0vercoat r5Offl
Fancy Percale Sbirts stiff bosom, detached
culfs, $1.5o now $... .. . .. .. .
Fancy Percale Shirts, stiffho; nis detached
cuffs, $i 00 now ..........75c
ALL(GREATLY REDUCEDIIAPRICES
Staebler & Wuer'AIth.
MICHIGAN NOTES.
RS.PAUL,
t 120 W. Washington St.
You will find a nice tine of
6roourIs 0*.
Good Butter and Fresh Eggs al-
ways on band, at reasonable
prices. Give me a trial and be
convinced.
Remember the Place.
'Phoss-305 1 1. 20llSWs. Washings viiS
TUTTLE'S
LUNCH ROOM
338 S. State .St.
S ernde el~lester
t'(' miil i t, t' 't iiai 'it ilss iii jaf'
.5 stily :li12 Maiynav Ird -1
Bicycles Repaired,
'ilso a IIline o i yi i suies
tires, etc.Lok jmrung mid i ,
I 'itin .
WM. J. WENGER,
itr E. Ii i(rt - - - 'Phone :,,:,
DANCING
The .;seciond Term lot Bl , .iiiiis-cr. 0(55
meneos';Tuesday eveniigJan. 14. $3.(1
for 12 le-ssons. -iiivilsition utancing
party Sa:tturday evesitls. T;Ui~'i-isiiy
Daninsv,.demy.
Prof. F. W. Scott, Instructor.
Skates (Ground
ii i A 5 n s iiii o O r A n SVi
ti swl ris i. t v h: 99 (',iasi e
iire i i t colee.an tu in Owni x
I 'isisaOIL S liVH i, BAD
Si 5 i At t ii, Ns~t>> a.to 125
I li' t ss' i i is\tii. i ir It
10i HIi M55 T lIt tN 4' i 5''
: .tssIlrt 'li- rais. ks1 vvv as'C'sstiiiis
t'.11 :t lis(ii-s. 107 -I ;l11111.0 st. tif,
'iIws''iis A 'isi'Mui(iv("io, sal) keep
$1.50li, to stuidenitsotnty.
'. . I : t 1 tIltiL, 3261 S. St ite street.
'it' si.tsTiiihltis-$2 lto $125.;
to i ar irsliic' our large stoek
1;IwN. Isi 5is is 5. 'sos Arbuor 3tisis- ('o.;
tot r sii 5:. ;.5j'ss. fs5 - i i' t: iED.As si14,'. lKntowltons"on
witi 'si's i vi ii. isiii. tsi' v is E iuiiiss0 iit usY' Trial sif
Catholic Church; Jlasses 8:04)
10:30 a. mn.; Vespers 7:30 p. mn.
tFOt, ItttNT--Isires' suits , isslf tiii-s
"osiitl of sanslsss (moidern)i. isssfist
sue ~iicsiie 'if the cs-sic. itt'S Soull
941
U'. oifAIt. pisnysst 1tailer'S.
IIOLME3S'9
lIVERY
Liberty St.
Rowes Cit Laundry
'Work
ttell ,p455e~ly and promptly done,
' M# MARTIN.$40$ esi
FUNERAL
te DIRECTOR
e ce324th ve. 'Phone 98. Resi-
b4b' Oh ve. 'Phone 314I. A m-
New Material for
BURNT WORK,
also Cauteries for same
-AT-
M~ARKHAM'S BAZAR
215 So. Main St.
Hugh Johnson's
PsioneerCase, 2N R I rneSt.
Openca uior sighs. IBoard $2.fillpsi a1
3. F.
High Gsraie Mantles aned Orates. El
SARNITRRY
Artisic Ga sid l Eectric Fixturs.Steams
:i!t EAST WASHI
Sack Suits Pressedi - - - 25
Dress Suils
All our work guarante~
FULLER & O'CO1
61t9 Ei. William St. FirstQ
while you wait, at
a1S It:li lt IiIssir II ii 1 lIt I 1S. -
.LY T 4 t Bailey & Edmiunds,
- --____"~-1211 E. Liberty .St.
___ --A. 0. SPALDING & BROS.
t;t i 7 sh s-iahirs t lial.sthe, Toledo
Why Not Own a "University"? 7 - ; th s t Aiw 10
Come is and see our new hints of ionr R
illiLAMPiioeis-aissnrdAtlic
Coes a re-sadads tiad atofsasi
GAOIESUDN AP ty andssi 555-i cci sisss
--suchbIby allthe seadcingii' con'iis-
CC UP RIO M G c}} A srolinag sports, Whsih in'viayas s itiss
THE NHE-SPLDNG ORcilMFGarv CO.s<'>11
329 S. MAIN STREET GOicia. It oici'iassts folii rtti 55
- Gaielic raid Ap'n fotsefissi l his iii us ht
I71 dl a r s fo r ii sbah Tartsc.-s alt, Offisiall Indoortear Isi-lill Ollicialp o
ii;-las 5 r' Be1ll. Ofiia tlt io l m nt, )lmii
A.OG SPALDIING & Riles.
{ LECTRIC GROANITE and MARBLE WORKS te7 o e v ,C c o
Cvas. A. Cvie. Prop. M eaiiaeru adsd--________________
sger of ARTISTIC ME1iORIALS. We ,made
01 Class Memouriutuadtstar'imountingSpan-
sh C auo. 'hone 190. DeO- t roi t.MaesoP
lectricat Conenrutiioni and S uppties. CAPS cod GOWNS,I
PLUMBING A ss C( INESY.
and Roi at er Heating. Seieng Mwhhs, CLLESCONFLAS
INOTON STREET. COLLEGE PINS.
ic Trosusers Pressed, - - I0C HATS andl
Pressed, 50c.CAS.
ted and done promptly. . W.C. KIDN & CO.
INNOR, TAILORS. .ltySttht
Store West of State Street.
WE PATRONIZE GOODYEAR FOR DRUGS.

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