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Pi'fir MICHIGAN DAILY'

HIOAG'S
Cor. M1am aend Washington
FOR 10 CENTS
X 'c u Il 'o:I i"Cii
1Pictures, Pipes
Leather Ut naments
and
Stationery
for. f " illm -"o
1E. (G.HIOA1i

IL

FKES
PEANUTS ROASTED
plaiti (1-,.e tlie PIOS'l i i IHlS"(- 0 rtl{"Money.
One Pound Packages, 10 cents.
Blanched Salted Peanuts, 15c per lb.; 2 lbs for 25c.
DEAN ft. CO., Ltd., 214 S. Max" St.

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A XNN() U N L'LMET
k ,lii X\ 1 tIoul ir friendis
Cl aoths, ts 1and Toggi aery s
Orfi layt l' vo l r n1 1 '11 l 'rt oI) iti
20h-02 ScathMair St
Gru C lor, esynarSt OndBlogg .ofSery . tre
We havecpte on i lt-a anrexrahocfrce o
delivelno su titonsot 1(>n l owe
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70 -7 1 N NI A VE. a t2 IIgI ti I rc .+ IIII

Occidental H ote l
We Cater to IBtnquets, I A4.
llixsoii Lunch =Ypsilanti
D. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY
I ,ii 1 tilai it t'a 1Ki.,
E IN FLUJNCHELS
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B. E-. JOLLuY.State St.
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
ANtD STEAMSiII P LINES'
Tcv%_I xsIeL-mo veA,rt'm Arbor
T, OhIIII io Iiit r~i 1i
' I 111tAN CENTL 1
"AP .Niagara Falls Route'
Cdcato Buffalo Boston New York
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W. W. Ni:,A oet, AnnArbor
1'he New Barbur Shop
J3 t1 Jl0i1\i) ShI. Proprietor
717 North Univ-ersity Avenue
FIRST NAI1TIOAL BANK
Of Ann Arbor, Mi1ch,
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r s ?IsIA .IV (I 1 an 0r0 1 s. 10
I-IE & EDEMUNDTS
iporti ng GoodsI
Chinese Chop-Suey Restaurant
icssrg YeectBon & Joe Proprietos.
I Il ls1. 1!1 1. 1litllI_ C o- , :ll k
F. J. SCHUH
SANITAROY PLUMBING
and Electric Students' Supplieo
A SPECIALTY
F S'_ IUH, 207 E. Washington St.

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Freshmen! Sophomores! Juniors.~
Seniors! Professors!
NC t N ky it o Is N 'loothir
NDi it t ) etak. eprt.ntighl h enn
t) A r. 1i" an dtk, ac o ucnnd h tf th u h 1(1at
'Itltic l eentofie>r and 'osemo s ul l ipr
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The Cnk ineno.,othedo0
Nojo nt In la.N Arbnr by
NoiG t e.aWaIr'.
TWOd) nBOO ik toRES. tumt

'The
- - Builders
oftheVorid
- tneed Brawn 0tnd Bratt,
wii lCrte aeBmlta
0k 31 Books or Bilding Business.
Nartlre hlls stored the nmaterial
--for buildingk hrawn and hrttn-
S you only the starch. You c-tn't build
tuscle (or Irain] out o~f starch. Ill
Shredded"Whole Wheat
\you have all tile tody-h~llInlll elenlents of
the whole wheaIt prejlrC-d ill digestible form.
The Government Uses it toI build :soldiers at West
Point and sailors for thle navy It An~iapolis. It is on
the "traitning table"' of every college and Iunliversity.-
A food for the brain-worker, the outidoor man and the in-
door man, for any tmtal,- for anylseisisol int any clilnate-a
food to grow on, to think on), to work o11, toi live t01l.
Shredded Wheat is made in two forms. BISCUIT
and TRISCUIT. The Biscuit is delicious for break-
fast with hof or cold milk or cream, or for any meal
in combination with fruit or vcgctables. TRISCUIT
is the shredded whole wheat cracker. crisp, nourish.
ing antd appetizing. Delicious as a. toast with bever-
ages or with cheese or preserves.

NOTICE===FRATIBRNITI ES
Inter-Fraternity Bowling League now being
organized. All wishinig to enter please call onl
S. ROTTENSTEIN
for full information. 707 N. University Ave.

T he" Vital Question Cook loo~k
us sent free for the asking.
THE NATURAL FOOD CO.
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y.

"?C- r re:;
"it's all in the Shreds"

11 11t

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