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March 13, 1901 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1901-03-13

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ThE l , vi 1iTiNOF MICHIGAN DAILY

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Is absolutely the swellest hat being s~lown in the city.
The present popularity of this hat was gained by
sbeer force of merit. You are as welcome seeing as
buying. Kindly favor us with a call......

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Michigan Central
NIAGARA FALLS ROUTE
THE SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR TO
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
Witb ditreet sonnections at Crago for St.
Lous Kansas City, St. Patti and ther nest.
Eortinformnation andthttrough tickets catt ott
or write to ft. XV HATES, Aicent, Atnt Arbor.
ANN ARBOR
RAI LROAD
TIME TABLE
Taking Effect, Sunday, Mlay 21, 1899.
Trains leavn Ann Arbor by Centraf Stand-
&0d Tine.
SOUTH NORTH
*No. .- t:2t A. M.( No. 1.- 8t50 A. M.
No. 4.- 8:35 r. M. No. .- 4:56 r.m9.
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo only
AllI tratin daily except undo.
IV. T. IiLLS, Agent.
W Hi. BENNETT. G. P. A"
HUGKING VALLEY RY.

30+00+++++0++04.+0+0+++++4o+0++ !~oThe J(
SU. OF M. TAILORS
SPRING IMPORTATIONS have ar- 0WI
rived and are ready for inspection + 16
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BRO~S.pin

OSEPH ff1 OANN
MANDOLINS & GUITARS
'ed First Premoitti at thete Is Expos
Theyntrefot sale tthe
haeberle Music Store,
W. Libeity St. Ann AtborMic
KNAFING DISH $5,00
it size, patent lamp, hanlidles
lt water pail, absolutely tife
in ,town for lie price.
Vm, Arnold, Jeweler
INE5T
LEIGHtS
IN 'iIHE CITY AT

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The Railroad that takes the
Business In and Out
of Michigan.
4 SOLID YESTIBISIE TRAINS
4 DAILY BETWEIEN 4
TOLEDO, COLUM1BUS
and ATHENS.
W. H. Fisher, L. W. Landmtan,
G. P. A. G. Tray. Agt.
Coumbos, Ohio. Detroit. Mich.
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
bor Railway.
Cart leave for Detroit atnd Ypsilanti
every hour begitintg at 7:15 a. M. un-
til 9:15 p, t.; After Itat to 1)etroit at
11:15 p. m. Waiting room corner Ann
and Main Sts.; lietroittit1 Griswold st
Cars every half htour Sturdays attd
on Fridays from 2:1.5 to 5:15 p. m.
MONEY LOANED
on Watches, Dianttnda,Whete and other Per-
snal Property. Office ot residence, 33lt E.
Liberty street. All business confidential
Hours. S toll1:3t a. at. and 1 to 3:30 and c tot9
P. nM. JOSEPH C. WATTS

Oberlin Faculty Recommend A. B. More Space For Naval Architecture
Degree I
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f tst, ofr ttotsiotioentforitio- p. lour rpace ltat eirls: s
atott itit it tttar 01' o tt iforcl t th ex- 'tilt's 0 ifl it'et. l i~ o tsits' sil
petises', elret lteTles gidss'and 'l'ttt'aotrt ' i t'sltackboardi lisssssit.
sbil otOAArorad Mus 11(11.1ic101-o' 001It.. Is othl'ittt't it't oftis lotistlu'
adotedattostetlttt &ReleofAreol .--orHi _prpsef___ - 1 lu
agtetio for YpslautI eutierer. te f III 'rheeX'OL'te. woD alls
Ialsit, lucks r, ioilsl tl01utTht'ttl 110 1' t le.llout1ofgt'etNic.~
Li)'s$1nfr ad' titsoieltI'll(,islcketoI ytt 00 thi strEofthe lToedof
laitit ltoletart, n"1.. 10. e." lisurllc- fathel' C yu w will be1110 c 11~sousinee
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Holmes Livery
PHONE 106. ItI (.I E IiiyS
If 1101, tl'y 55tlt''stfII' itk' 5 sit' COD
fectiosu. IN S't'' ressth 'lust stilt' t 0
oystets fss e iselii te.tithltsitt-
2001 E. XX'sliii''ttiti'AttSo.it ie.
Pickwick Pi ird Parlors,
Regtlaltiontizites' it siss.
Xl'tsiart'l' Cushilon.
Everything Hew and
Stritly Up-to-Date,
707 N. University Ave. Ass Arbor

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Puritan Shoes for Wom en $.0
Are correct in every detail from the DOUBLE SOLE Street Shootr
1 to the Loint XV Heel, H'AND TURNED) Soles for drest wear.
I rI SOUTH MAIN STREET
U. of Y Barb~er f'lP P,,,am n nd ENOmIITRE Ebalmer and613 Eosffilam Street
a s c a-1 EIEFunheral a Directrnia jass t ntene-hall hloek west Fn
Sho arid Bath ty, ojne by. Infest U i orstyatlaw butldlng. All kinds! ~ .. i i Fn
mehd.(eln t ( Au { . { ao of rep ais isatly doves.' i u i
Rool{mst and Parin s s0f i 212 . .Fourthi B., Yth 'Phones 'IIVOShop ER anid-t
329 STATE. AJ. R.Troanawakl III.lambert,

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