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THE UNIVERSITY Ol MICHIGAN DAILY

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EX H N EYour Oil Lamps Fore"Ann
GASOLINE LAMPS
Bring in yoar aid ones and ls make youa
an offer.
The Superior M'f'g. Co.,
32S. Main St., sear Williams.
Headquarters for Shade, ;)astles and
Chimneys.
TO HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS
THE WABASH RAILROAD
is the only line operating
a through sleeping car
fromnChicago toHotSprings
via St. Louis, Mo. Leaves
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All ticket agents will sell
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Write
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Cnpital, ;50,00. Surplns, $353,000. Traneactu+
general hank ing hnsiness.
R, Kexas', Preas. C. E. GRENEsa, Yice-?rei
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK Organleor~s
Ca 100a,000~l~. Surplus and Prolte, StIG,0a
Tranactse a general Sanaking business. Foreign
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S. W. CLARKESON Cashier,
1116flinn flrb1or Savinus.Banlk
Capial SlotS. $50,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Resoeosa, 81,500,00. ESlg
Organized under the Oeneral Banking Laws
aftshin State. Rrives deposits, hays and sails
exchange on the princripal cluies of eke United
Stntes. Drnfts tasked upon proper identification.
Snfety deposit Sbones ts rant,
OrriEaes: Chelation Mark. Pres.; W. D. Hotel-
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littlst t s filledl 1),y'hi lr p l'l-ti e u- lilt' Sl t ehou l ee' i ilI' efoSee-etthle
Printed lectures for all depart- ltetit'e adettt Ile'tt'il'tetius etlsetwo"tel liltis ltkeenet. lii.i'h''155v--
tnanta of the Untiversity. Type- Iti i sse'eeee lseded e l t:ttbowsithe t' p" is 1easiuy acqtuliSr'ted 111is oten-t
writing and timeographing. ltir'Sleart'appoatl sitile eslilelle unet- be -0 to t waStzestiemte: osee ss t eeteis
to-s et'et'loed. ThAlesetitisty is ISlt ot eete'tl it tist't'y hardsto bsrIeaek. ''Ier
E DWARDS BRO IS. Se ac'ompoees'eseetoflocaeil taeliteebut sisle 'II 'i lsre s-es- findlsitt ileaose'illtloe-
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tee Ew Y 'L E P RIM rs1 Icllt'ed.Irelet ~- ll ~ fie-e 1 e5 I. tt, nd '"t'e s el t tioe ii hit
119 'W. W ahintsIon St. osl- otestS k oIle s pr'e-lriielrSC.leaeel tees 11site Olety trttl5 eel up to S ee s
THsE SCH-OOLa usOFiifrom tsuch ai e'll-ltttltte(Is''I etepeelee fistoflueeletsClass lessosc lesilltes
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gird Xras. tosus Oraese'sisipte dress pester-_______
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sou Sri. Oafer, Aceedeesay aind Residence on 't t were N'll gte lI and11Arltur Ittt'lestet ,itlle-Altes Fiiteet.
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BOUGHT FOR CASH Ih( m1 st ondrflot ofi el'slowas 11 ls \litslllit
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DIRECTOR' Ittlttt seeiu witce it ri's's's' lst 51v et Ii .LItl' 1W'L-t 111STOR1E1.
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COLLEGE PINS, Shirts T E U
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