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T14R MICHIGAN DAILY

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VIOAG'S
(or. Main and Washington
FOR 10 CENTS
W x Isi odsel r i
Pictures, Pipes
Leather 01 naiments
and
Stationery
25SCts
for A k for 1"1Swim Ti-
AXfew lhft ad you11al11Ma
of cost
E. G(i IOA(i
Occidental Hotel
We cater to tanqets, E t..
flixson Lunich= Ypsilanti;
D. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY
P. . IItcill1.
1 :15 ). tn
FINE LVNCIIES
VI en 't'y the 1r. r,1 u," O .i s 1 1
tlin 5e of '11i 5 1 ((i lt. ' art.1 nil I
for Baa u'11' . I 1111sr s A a; ' 0I
R EJOLLY sO.te St.
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Trt '511' .. g1 Ann1 A l 1,
",ig othe9: a ar).andFallsR1u,
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ocn Wras. gt 2.1A 1 "1 1 ',I
W. W. CA, th," Ann, ~Arb~rA1,,
Tel hoe: New-r Bar berc n~i;jpr
JIN ltfAN CWNTt.trpi0
71~oTh lpraFs ROitUW"cn
Cia oBuf ao ABoron Nwb or
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PEA NUVTS ROASTEI&D
11, bi 111(5 l P 1 1111 t, tt11-1 0 id i tOt" 28,0(
pm i wlF t~eHt-10f1" 1111511BES T c tli(-Money.
One Pound Packages, 10 cents.
Blanched Salted Peanuts. 1.5c per tb.; 2 lbs for25c.
DEAN ft. CO., Ltd., 214 S. Main St.

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LJUNIVIERSIlY NOTIC
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f l-e cpIrd r-a r . Mail St.
lull II . .11 -md 01I. C((1111 i lAr, 1tiistrrt.
.11111 111 '1it 11is 11not 'ot, -ltltl'es
a rtl 11111 II 1 f s55101 and11$O0o1 shoes,
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t,, d; ' c. 1t th m t oll 5 A11per1 pair.
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ANNOUNVCEMENT
aututmn tith 11Cr ;olden1 lhoes antd telloaw
cloilring'- fromttitie paittpots of Nature, is
withiit,1 again1. We'll exteil to Coltr frietids
thfi season1's greetinlg 5 and A it allearnest
incsit11tiont call a1111 5 e the elab~orate proeis-
1(iso e1105 1madek to1furnlish ourtriton~ls witit
IlCi ery bs"1o
Clothes, Hats and Toggery
W'e ,elected with gre'11etcare the coliciest pro~-
(hcId 1115 (f tile mo(st noted man~lufacturers in
their respective lines. It is our determtinlationl
to sell noitinlg that is not thoroulghly goodi.
Ouar prces will always se' foitl satisfactory5
a1n( as l1ow as our high standlardl of qulaity'
will allow.
Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
200-202 So'sth Malm~ St.

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School For
Ciranger S Dancing
Ground floor, Maynard St. One Bllock W. of State St. Stores

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NOTICE
We have put on an extra force of
coat makers and are prepared to
deliver suits on short notice.

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/ HENRY (Q COO
09-711 N. VNI V. AVE.

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Freshmen! Sophomores! Juniors p
Seniors ! Professors ! A

T h "' est I i l 1none ttoo i I Im. 1 i n t ill rdt
CONKLIN'S ~Ilin'&gE

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Jls ttd c-Iletta Bitspsl N rI) dppe .r e~.
N o itkye finge1rs. . No ot I111,the. ll
No '( t )1k to V,ts to -lek Neraleo11th i ns ~ mita
Nta. h t t lk I ep rft --ci m th ilr
f 'A. i itt at ink,c a 1etou c of thttllo too
nndtickel eretollet fie'sr anttl e is lltĀ° je
I,. the I A, ' ~III tt11 l d((1,101 .1 CONKLIN
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Nohigto to.akap.unAbrb
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TWOke BOOKent STOlranpensfll

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The
Builders
of the World
r i need Brawn and Brain,
2 - whether they are Buiding
/, Books or Building Business.
'( In th e whole wheat gratn
Nature has stored the material
___for building brawn and brain-
but the whtte flour miller gtves
".zi? you only the starch. You can't build
muscle or brain out of starch.Ii
Shredded WholeWheat
you have all the body-building elements of
the whole wheat prepared in digestible form.
The Government uses it to build soldiers at West
Point and sailors for the Navy at Annapolis. It is on
the "training table" of every college and university.
A food for the brain-worker, the outdoor man and the in-
door man, for any meal, for any season in any climate-a
food to grow on, to think on, to work on, to live on.
Shredded Wheat is made in two forms. BISCUIT
and TRISCUIT. The Biscuit to delicious for break-
fast with hot or cold milk or cream, or for any meal
in combination with fruit or vegetables. TRISCUIT
ts the shredded whole wheat cracker, crisp, nourish-
ing anid appetizing. Delicious as a,. toast with bever-
ages or with cheese or preserves.

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"'AI 1KING 111O
Chinese (Chop-Suer Restaurant
tirorgr c ee ow & Joe Proprilor'.
F. J. SCHUH
SANITARY PLUtMBItNi
and Electric Students' Supplies
A SPECIALTY
F SC1'iUH, 207 E. 'Wiahingtoo St.
ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYES

-- , ; ----y; ,-- PICK WICK
Bowlillg Alley
: - " Billiard Parlor
S. ROTTENSTEIN
i0 N. ITIll-. Ave.

The " Vital Question Cook Book"
is sent free for the asking.
THE NATURAL FOOD CO.
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y.

"it's all in the Shreds"

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MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

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