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U. of M. Daily, 1901-04-10

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111% UNIVERS~ITY OF Wl1(IIJGAINIWILY
$2.9
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117!M; h STREE
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Micbizan Central
NIAGARA FALLS ROUTE.
THlE SHORTtLINE-
ANN ARBOR TO
OH ICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
With direct cect'tios cat Chicagso torSt.
Louis, Kansas Ct, St. Paul and the west.
Fortsnformation sod thiroghitckets railo
or write (o H. W. HAYES. Agent, Arai Arbor.
ANN ARBOR
RAI LROAD
TIME TABLE
Takinag Effecte, Suinday, May 21, 1899.
Trains teate Ass Arbor hy Cental IStand-
ard Tine.
- SOUTH NORTH
*No. 6.- 7:25 A. M. Ni. 1.- 8:50 A. 51.
No. 8.-11::35 A. M. *No, .12:30oP. M.
No. a.- 8:355P. M. N's. .- 4:555r. tM.
*Ros betiween Ass Arbsor asd Toledosi isys
Alltraests daily escepi Susday.
\V '.VWLLS. Agent.
W Y.it lNch T ,i'.5 A
HOCKING VALLEY jY.I
The Railroad that takes the
Business In and Out
of Michigan.
f SOLID VESTIBULE TRAINS
4 DAILY BETWEEN 4
TOLEDO, COLUM1BUS
and ATHENS.
W. H.lfisher, L. W.tLandmnss,
G. P. A. G.Trav.Agt.
Columbs, Ohios. Dtit. Mists.
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
bor Railway.
Ciara leave for Detrotit anid Ypsilanti
every hour beginninig at 7:15 a. to. in-
tii 9:15 p to.; After that to D)etroit at
11:15 p. mn. Waiting room cornier Ann
soil Main Sts.; Iletroit,111 Griswold st
Cars eve y half hour Sturdays anid
on Fridays from 2:15 to 5:15 p.,tm.
MONEY LOANED
on Watches, Dttsmosds,Wbeerts asS other Pire-
sonal Property. Office at ret3idence. 3 B
vLiberty street. All busisess eonfidential
Hours. Sito li:30 a.tm. asd 1ito .3:30 ands7 to lI
P. ro. JOSEPH C. WATTS

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U. OF M. TAILORS

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SPRING IMPORTATIONS have ar-
rived and are ready for inspection
HENRY BOS

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The JOSEPH H011MATN
MANDOLINS & GUITARS
Received st eetmisiat the Paris Expos
lion, 1000.
They are tot saeItite
Sc haeherle Music store,
lit W.V Liberty St .,Asn Arttot,Mih
Dental Gold
We sell deutal gold snd solder.,
We pay cash lor old gold an,
siver.

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P3 URITAN OUSTO SHOESj
- Have all the finish and detail of the very highest.
price shoes and are excelled by none.Seth-"EDUBECCKRA0SohMantrt
T+'2cesternt an Ema ascl613 rant WilliamStreat
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3!f6 d Bath. ty, FonerallOtestj Y law biuilding AllI-iade s l
a Shpd STAT . n z, 1212 St Fourth Ave., Both 'Phones SoeShop ot m~rt Photo
WE PATRONIZE GOODYEAR'S DRUG STORE, 107 MAIN ST

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