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October 28, 1906 - Image 4

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HOAGS
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MiICHIGAN DAILY
ALARM CO1 ~ oiieyCash
f (h p T7 }i Norcder, f,,rparties or entlertainments
Chapman's J wclrv Sto rc w tk enr this season unless cash a

2oo SO111111 Al A I N

RA I I 5
1k <ilse L~ivoery Holm-tes' Livery
R~llinsoti & Co. W. H. Stark

lIOANCHI1 51001AT
204 ;soath State Street

AV\0() I 7NCEM'EIN I
frlo i )f1 Natur1e, is
7t. l ,1-,0 0 t; 11 0cii ito sr Si
ir,,11l 1,,1 to c, th e l aborate pro11 0101 -
Itii Ht e r I : ..'t iris o r p to sw t
Clothes, Hats and Toggery
W(. tIec-~loo i011 l 1,: r:, iti. cl1 Icesi 1>ll)-
ret eciv o rsI of r till -tioi1ioiii
willI tT
Peu le, Con l in &HFegel
200c-202 Swarth Malzv St.

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UNIVERl-SITY NOTIIC1 S.j' t1. l

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frAH! RAml iAi
ANNY.A.A.OR.RAILOAD
Tre0.0 01i , ,, ArII
tall ow s7:.oaIn
1. 100 f 10 ' W '}1 ['
IlG e-l , .0Va 1 nl, I

I Granger'sg
}6round f loor, Madynard St. One Block W. of State St. Stores
TAILORS TTh/I'High Clash
FURNISHE RSII Merchandise
HATTERS IU I Popular Prices
Dii-efly N, E-th of La w Blddizg
709-711 NORT2- . VNIVEKS ! ITY AVENUE

011 I 110.1,

SPEND YOUR VACA"1TION.
ON THE C,"E!, ltINKItffS
DETROIT & CLLVLLAND NAV. CO.

Clcw KatIgo osv:\ (1 or
(Ill 3,j fa 111-1;0 111101 II101a- !t . Sot;i c-.l;
thougohFrains We1 t---:. , rn 2. t t
1100O l 11010 ' 0It11.
0 W\1, ASE;,Agent, Ann Arbor

25 (0 Ntu\! r.
I~t
phi.,al

The
- Builders
l t of theWorid
need Brawn and Brain,
I 1t wlhether they are Bnilding
S/ Books or lr~nilding Business.
~' Iii tlhe whole wheat grain
t u N ItLire hais stored the nateriali
-- - fotr builinug brawn and brain---
S you only the lstarch. You can't build
---n' uslor I 1> r 111ont (If starch, In
Shredded NWhole Wheat
\yiou have all te bodty-bulildling elements o1
the whole . ilet prepared inl.dig-estible fornm.
The (Governlleut ruses it too build soldiers at Wvest
Point and sailors foor the NaNvy at Annapolis. It is oni
the ''training tabble"(of every college and university.
A food for the brain-worker, tile ouitdooor 1m111aiandtile ini-
door nian, for any mecal, for anuy seasoin in any climae-ai
food to grow o)1, to thiink on, too work on, too live o)1.
Shredded Wheat is made in two forms, BISCUIT
and TRISCUIT. The Biscuit is delicious for break-
fast with hot or cold milk or cream, or for any meal
in combination with frtuit or vegetables. TRISCUIT
is the shredded whole wheat cracker, crisp, nourish-
ing anod appetizing. Deliciou~s as ao toast with bever-
ages or with cheese or preserves.
T he -Nital (Questiont Cook B1ook'
is sent (roe fior'tle aoskin .
THE NATURAL FOOD CO.
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y. "It's all in the Shreds'

The Only Soap
itt ot ti tstuart or dry on the
fic. The onldy soap tha.
titikeot Slitvitlt eay
W ILLIAMS' S TC

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ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYL1ES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

THE BEST OF EVERY
THING IN TAILORING

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