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October 21, 1899 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1899-10-21

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

PUBLISHED
T LY&I -b s

" remneber that we can supply you witl a $1.00
Fotitaia Pea, the. Laughlin or Waterman, wichl
wveftille guarantee. What tame.c can youi ask? Try us.
DOWN TOWN, 116 SOUTH MoAIN ST.

D. fl. TINKERJ & SOP
tATTERIS AND FtUNISHERS
Heaudquarters fcr
F1TS, CoAPStME'S FURNeSsena-S
tacd Comecte lieatofYMNsAsSI
AGECaVY Fun LONGLEY HATS
334 Satuth State Street
Cor. PMain and HllanStreets.
Capital, t(500 Sorlcit,5,00.0 Transactsa
ceeraaice tlc-ieeas.
R, yr VPe bC. . GEEN, Vic-Pres.
FRD Faiasinu Ca-aier.
o at A Atca
FIRST NAIONAL LAN otwaaiadr1e.(c
Catpital, uo305(o. Surplas andi Pr-ots, 40,000
tdlaanaetea ecaerallanknl uineltless=. Foeign
esrhri~ >J~s~lt ad sld. Faaaiela leittesao
celdlit.
E. D. KINNE, Pres. C tlRtOON SteCIF.
Vime-teas.
S. '%. VtARttSttN Cahieer

Tally Cm 0

For
The
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WHlY NOT GC
WITH- A FOU
Ruct a dtlic Pasrewalelt , Te- elinam~
'awe KN eeap 111e o tisa daet
any Lamap ofts id cn<i re atiac- ie eet
Publishers Price $1,50 Old Number:
0'ur Price $1.10 44 SO. MAIN ST.
I ANN ARBOR MICHt.

;O OUT IN STYLE
l-IN N 1jAND
99
.55 E'A L -,iberty treet.

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SH EEH AN 6& CO.
LUntvenr ty Booksellers
Stationers and
Engravera
,,2o SOUTH STATE STREET.

Notice. to Settiors.
Thte class c euor tctcthec blcisnen-
eicattis now ingtknad 1 -
ni1ssciatinRomass l asts
slt Plact(tn0i ps-futecl ltname;l hom
tandino cred itante ti atletc ttoa-

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- ni.lzlikiecg Businiess.
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p ~ieittuac-tle

STUDENTS' LECTURE.
CIATION.

ASSO-

Twelve Nlumbers to be Given This
Year. Tickets On Sale at
Wilders.
COURSE OF 1899 - 1900.
1. Lyman J. Gage, Oct. 18.
2. Senator Win. P. Frye, Oct. 21.
3. Congressnan J. P.ODolliver, Oct.,2 7
4. Max Bendix Company, Nov. 4.
5. Brig. 0ev. Charles King, Nov. 1 7.
.6. Will Carleton. Jan. 1 7.
7. Sousa and his Band, Feb. 20.
S. Jelly Temple Graves. Mar. 3.
9.F. Hopkinsen Smith, March 1 5.
10. Oratorical Centest, March 25.
11. Chicago Alumni Number.
12. Announced Later.
Sieason tickets $2.00. Reserved
!seats 50 cents for the course.
THOSE NOBBY
GOLFS

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MILWARD

NOBBY TAILOR
STATE ST.

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