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THE MICHIG;AN DAILY

[JOAG'S
FOR 1 0 CENTS
Pictur , Wipes
Lcathcr 0tIZInatS
an1d
StatlIrn ry-
25SCts
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FKESI
PEANUTS ROASTED
W e !,III a a ita-aata- ita all o aal la t , at 2,S,
al~t -at al ic- tla 1nOST <-a lI [151foai la -Money.
One Pound Packages, 101 cents.
Blanched Salted Peanuts, 15c per lb.; 2 lbs for 25c.
DEAN (r. CO., Ltd., 214 S. Mainz St.

...

ANN() UNC-EMENT

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lata aae'aandh taaelloav
a t pots - f a Niature, is
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'a I wth it aalcara est
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UNl V ERSITY NOTICES.
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Occidental Hotel;{
We Cater taa ittia 'I 1I i~
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la d'1:. -'I laa -ai
R. IU. JOILLY. Stat,. aSt.
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STIt~S1ItP tINE-S.
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a t1 I I>> ala i ' Ilt'a a 'aaa a i'.
AItHIGi!NAENTL A)L
Chicago Ifuffatfo faa io New York ':
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W. W. wAa -Ao t-Ann .Arbaar
Rcntschlc-r,
Photographer a
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OtAnnArborMch
S W. Clal-
BLEY & EDMUNDS
SpAL it a llot a Sar
12 'ast Libert-a +taa ea
Chinese Chop-SucylRestautrant
atraella,"e aaa-a a-a Iraaaraeaaar-a
a a 4ltl I ,a aaalaaa '-a t il aaaa
F. J. SCH UH
SANITARY PLISMBINti
and Electric Students' Supplies
A SPEaCIALTY
F SC'-iUH, 207 E. Washinagton St.a

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-TI t" a t 'III-a
e 1' laaa i I 'a nde, A uaaa
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ats moraae. .") fr ala' 'aleai-aa
ly tan aall ahr ha psa all iea
on in ou o ii l aaa 'ai t ayaari
opps ae a T Ar- caaaay aaaaal
alnoth af ;ahooIa usi. af
AI an )w ae tiedala saaae''-of
a ar,4l a CO lis aadl t ia 111
per aai-' 1 111 to1.,1
a faor reta aaa .a als are ak n o l

Clothes, Hats and Toggery
%Vsa le wihal a t care tar-e 'aiaa-ast pr-
d cI ( i A fa a ha e ia la taa notaeaaa a i nfa aVa taaer'a ala
tersetiava e a -lir-a. it is w ra a r t a tlataaa
Io sell ra Iina.Sthat is, , "t thaaraaagl'a - a
ala r i, a- 'a 'a all aaa I a Vaa I; . ' aal tifailtal '
at I a.. -; a aw lil;'. 'aaa a lot a l t ly
'ai 1ll
Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
200-202 Soujth Males St.
Cirange Sschool For
ranger SDancing
GrunIloor, Miaynard St. One Block W. of State St. Stores
C 'a Ii at fI~i ' t a V a t a-aaacei a
A Souvenir Picture of the
1906 Football Team
FRw"'EE
HENRY CO,
I I a atai -a1 lrn iaaa a \ Mi

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c' I all t e - 111I s III l s

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at~xla ha t~c a ata aalaaicl~t
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t

I- l -a,1 a-a> l ala I ay:e-: a raafcalaa fIted
acad 1sc . 1 ao 11h laer, VMal a aaa at

moe's Diiiber Shep
t)O A. MtOE
70)5 Naortla mi, ersity Avenue

The
Builders
p yof theworid
need Brawn and Brain,
Bok or Butilding Bnsiness.
faturte its stored the material
fonbuldingtbatwtt and hratin-
fit=- msclefa r a ill ottof starch. In
Shredded Whole Wheat
-aa you have a11ltte lhody-buildllait elenients ot
tile whole vvh-aat isreilired-a d i i~estible fini.
The Governimettust's it taabilda soldiers at Wiest
Point antd saile~rs for tihe~ Nav y atAnnapolis. it is on
tihe"traintng table" of evety college and tiversity.
A food ((hr tile brtiin-waorker, tile outdoaor mhan anid the ini-
dtoor man, for any itteal, for Atmy seaisoln in anty climiate-a
food to grow oni, to thin1k on, to work on, to ltve on.
Shredded Wheat is made in two forms, BISCUIT
and TRISCUIT. The Biscat is delicious for break.
fasf with hof or cold milk or cream, or for any meal
in combination with fruit or vegefables. TRISCUtIT
is the shredded whole wheat cracker, crisp, nourish-
lng and appetizing. Delicious as a.a-atoast with bever-
ages or with cheese or preserves.

SIch aaa I a aa a nd aaa(°-)e laa- lataaaaar-
-, a s ilaled aw arkmena.at- Ilall-ar'- Jea-
a' Saoe a -Naill -traeet. aad

LAW

BOOKS

35th Year in Reun 35th Year in
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EarlyAnn Arbor
Callaghan 49%Comtrpatty
ANN ARBOR BRANCH. State St., Opp. Law s' vildimg

NOTIl===FRATElRNITl ES
Inter=-Fraternity Bowling League no0w being
organized. All wishing to enter please call o)n
S. ROTThNSTElN
for full information. 707 N. University Ave.

The" Vital Question Cook Book"'
its tart free far the asking.
THE NATURAL FOOD CO.
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y.

"it's all in~ the Shreds"

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ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

ML WARD, THE TAILjOR

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