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April 05, 1901 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1901-04-05

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TI1EDUNVERSITY OF A] fR HIGA DAILY t

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In wearing a Knox, 'Varsity o
can feel assured you are con
qi ordinary hat styles at any sto
further with these hats. We
6 the regular styles, but also a:
exclusive styles. That is the
our store and the ordinary s
You're as welcome looping,

)r Hawes $3 hat you
rect. You can get the
)re, but we go, a step
not only show you all
11l the variations and
edifference between
store.
,as buying.
OODSPEVED'S
117 MAIN 'STREET

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Micbizan Central
:NIAGARA FALLS ROUTE
THE SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR TO
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
With direct coninectlionsa'i t itau fior'it.
Louis, Kansas (City, St. Paul and the nest.
For inforation and throngli lickets call on
or write to H1. W. HAYES. Agent, Ann Arbor.
AN"'N ARBOR
RAILROAD
TIME TABLE
Taking Effect, Sunday, Jtity 21, 1899.
TraIns leaveeAnn Arbor by Central Stand-
s rd Tme.
SOUTH NORTH
'Rio. 6.- 7:25 A. Mi. No. 1.- 8:511 A. M.
Ne. 8-11:35 A. M. *No. 5-12:30 P. SM.
No. 4.- 8:35 r. m. No. 3.- 4:56 P.M.
n5R15 betwnen Ann Arbor and Toledo nlni.
All trains dully except Sunday.
w. T. WlLS. Agent.
W H. BENNETT. G. P. A-
HUCKING VALLEY FlY.

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'U. OF M. TAILORS

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SPRING IMPORTATIONS have ar-
rived and are ready for inspection
HENIRY BROS,

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The JOSEPH HOHMtAN
MANDOLINS & GUITARS
Recrired First Premium nt the Paris Oipo&
tion, 18008.
Thry nr e r ale iat She
Schaeberle Music Store,
118i W.Liberty bSt., Ann Arto. i, eb
Dental Gold
We sell dental gold aiid solders.
We pay cash for old gold and

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Southern Club's Annual Party 'fiw ii i ly I'tetliolie an111:1 ast'tll Wmn, Arnold, Jeweler
lilt :ttttitial lilleing pityt'of the ht'e i 01 11he' 8111db 'Thieater 'is-a
e li- ll oihtlt:. kAi I.il11The 01to1y' of tli lay is' F IN EST4~
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to-ilh. The '1's-lill llis tl'' I I tfo A he-clthis rAit t al lt'its1l lan-
1iJC lr i con'into:l:. the Ii:: -11 al effct s new.'' 'll 'oe.liptntlis 11 PO E Il, bEa LE~l
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the 1 ca 1eise tion:.'' oa 1 lt81111111 it VII' :o'Isee i:-repr lit' I 1110-k
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The Railroad that takes the HUSTLERS POR, THE SLI11'ER 5. 1:Ita:11ll t'er'fore:. l1e1' ipoi tol1i1 "YOU'RE NEST!"
Buisinless In and Out The Chiciago Journal: liberal prtiptsaottina a 1:1r1111X 'lilt I lilt' it'iillmake-a:veryliberal propsitifnntt try n sistt e ofme of illo'n linee eon
of Michigan. limited nambee of strictly high grade menoi11 (-:1' pt :t I:::w'olil Iti :1 f fectlotla Alwaysfirellhrid made to
SOLID VESTIBULE TRAINS Big emoney or acapable men. Take aur ads ,. 1did: ilt.IIt: 110o :. I o ItV- otsi:t:' orl l :'te-ae llle mos:t liscrilsnitatiug Yat
4aALY4 ned be the FIRST ane in apply for persoalg
i' DIYBETWEEN ' inteeview-. inquire ior lier. Beach. -o226 so.tt i :' ts ::::1 1::: ::' ::::1 :-:ile:I 'for 11:th nelg t tl e s:'t there,evin lounchies aid
TO E O OUI'B S ath St. aShoul:ld It :do 1 :':'( 'ol~ . I'l:::a:"' ao: Ia: oy tera for the eiiteaot both store.'
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