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THE MICIGAN DAILY-:NEWS
A A A A A
V1!
NOBBY HATS, SWELL .SHIRTS, AND IMPORTED NOVELTIES !N NECK DRESSINGS
slf ( E':! HA ES $ .00 ATS123 south fRain Street/
I ,
J1M
NAwNAAAON^AA**~
'ro yourrinterest to let uIs quote prices oni
ANY LAW BOOK you desie. .. .
GALLAGH AN &COMPANY,
ASN aROO11BR LISN.. Ii340 STATE ST, Uposi'l n ; iclr
THE RED SIGN.
BETTER THMP1N EVER(
The SCHLEEOE
i TEMPORARY BIDDER
11P n'fo $100;1)
F. J.SCHLEEDl3,
340 S.State Wit
FIKWIGK billiadrarlorsand lNORo
707 NORTH U1T 1IVERST71.1 1 55 I
Visit.4.
F ulId e' s
NEW STORE
119 S. MAIN ST.
Tailor for Ladies
and 6evtles'nen..
ANN AR~BOR MUISIC CO.
209 211 I EWashington
MAN)OLINS
and
GIIIIARS1
IWLCHiAN ENTI
'ThcNiagra Fll Rute
BUFFALO
NEW HO YORKNE
AND BOSTON
ANN ARBOR
RAI LROAD
TIME TABLE
''t 1 l '0 ' 1, , '01
rd Time0.
SOUTH 1.NORTH
*No.1K.- 7:25 AM. N 1l
No. 0 1;35 A. ll, " -t 0' .. 5
No~. 1. 3r'.. M.
*OuttIOt11t11i 51At~Aia r and Toledo only
All trauis daiy ~_r At ol d.v
X, T.'IL. 1S1 5Agent.
W It. ENNtIET. Q. P.0A
Detroit, Vpsilanti, Ann Arbor&
Jackson IRy.
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:ant] lI ru'' ' i il . s I r t j l u i
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lReutscjjer, tbe llbotographer.
CALENDAR AND READIN G NOTICES.
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Pictures
anid
A,, tistic
Framing
De rtes Art store
21;'S. Fourth Ave.
The Suimmer...
Our Fall
ma~de2 inI a111h( latest
.Ivles at
$2.00, $2.50 AND $3.00.
Glass' Shoe Store
1(}:) S lailit11.
Repairinga Specialty.
DON'T BE FOOLED
By a io' 1*oLea inined (lock
Bu a, _oodSTEEL PINIONED ('Ioc
for $100.See b111h1clocks on11exilI'
(11100Ii111y' 0itldo1C.
J. L. Chapman,
('or. Mainoand Huron Str'ete.
lCapital, (50,000. Sorplus, $35,000. TranetI
o U 00H. BL0ER.Coshi'r
Ilo flan Rfrbor Savings Bank~
Capota st1oc. s,01,000 . Su rill, $500K
Resource..7 000.
lof tisS tae Receives deosits , (l' 1 i y"1151and 1
1111' ; n heprinc~ipl ite- 0Of the' lnIl0
State's. Dat 1 c ashed o u pon proper115.'idlI1 IliliullOl
11 ' us: XCarles E. Pres.;uoW.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK t' zd
5 . D. KINNE, Pres. 1HARISO111N 51)ULE.
S. W0. CL.ARKSO'IN Cashier
W. J. BOOTHlPRS. S fTlT
J. V. HHA,2 'lobo,r~ice-pree e VIN
JOH. . WLT, Ast Cahir
PHL' .1IP . 51lI'IiE:S-IIl.. Catholic Church; Tlasses 8:00,
\iitmino r 'In'.'. '1. no". 7(12 ' inr '5 10:30 a. i.; Vespers 7:30 p. mn.
Sit'l s
S: ll S\\ Ii l I'oIto 111 ''11thl l :,'lASS. 1
I ' i1 ("(00, 1ro l111 1 l lill't ' II'd-
lf . ' :1."i j n I11 < ' t c 1 , X 1 " 1 1 1"
11 ' -(I ll <11] o k :w o k 1)N l
M "1.1,.11; 11 IIE II1\ IIR
Reserved Seats For
S. L. A. LECTURE COURSE l°C O1T . L
16 NQW1BERS5
$2.00i
WU TING FANG
GIIO E;.1 ('EFOVELANI)D all SENATO)R Bl
expec1ted later. Lli' 111ED SEATS 10r11 ri'ire11CC 1
Onl sale It Wilder's1)Dru1, S Vie, 331; Slate
BroIwn's IDrug Sto~le. _I 112 411111Street.
a IN'1'uflo Trnats a geniera1
\' EO 1II D Ban11 king Buoin~eIs,
'11-0111ie Goodyear (love Rubber
LAMBERT, 613 Willam St'
Six !xii III +*+++++++4++++++++++++++++++++++i.+++++++++++
TH11', IIFIS'UI1101' 'Itl1tI.l.S '1.I:. 'I NEttl'(I IEI'TIIINS'. IhANK ''IEII' 2001 1. WAS]II I'Ltll $1'., >I(; S. '' TE SI 5.L'
A GOOD SHAVE. Hugh Johnson's FCAM11USt HARKSsHOPi (l
Itazor HoninglBathlrooms I0I1 II nI a son 1 Pi one1er1 (II , 011t rllu frIst111 l as s M1 ir- Cut
9-12. IH. B.WELCH, ()pen d1y1or(ight.'l BoIard $2.II]I50 HERB JOHNSO
W. of (ok 111u0e1 1411rS1. HE B O NS N
HAVE YOU SEEN
THOSE NOBBY BROWNS M LW R
U. of M Barber b111ce(steaming5pe5'
Shop antd Bath tIonehIbyIC. ie'
andParis 19000
8O 3 22 STATE. ,11 . 1 sojano%,s~
THE FINEST LINE OF SCOTCH AND
ENGLISH SUITINGS IN THE CIVY

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