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December 14, 1906 - Image 4

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{ MICHIGAN AL

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An Entirety Nesw Series Ju.st
Recived at bag's.
Fifteenteatifttt Viewss of Ann
Arbor and tie University
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Ciioiin iivHoIispitlI
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St. lli i asIit lHosi(htal
Tie 1 ine-itCore
They are All Right and Only
te Each at
170A'S
Cr. Main and Washitgtn
O)ccidental Hotel
We Cter taquets, Etc.
Hixson Luinch= Ypsilanti
D. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY
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FINriF LUNCGHES
It tic li . la-1 st lt neo oI11[c & %ir l l:t Cigrete aas
5a~in l lee'tCT < ^r. A compiet
li i-it 11i1 sO 11I, i'iiii Wiae aItti
11-5. ci alofor "A YS& 51itAtl tI5
l e I, lcthe, \BiN ti s
R. F;. JOLLY. St.t. St.
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES
117-1.a .~Leie, A~nn Abor
(,II g iiNorictil9:05 . m, ad 4:&,p. II
i1.1liigalt Y, n iSis. &liihtiiL tt,
Gei'In-u. Agnt. Agent,
Lb IX p ci 1e 31r i hioAm e ic01t0 119
XWHWGAN CENTLM~J
"T'he Nigara Fals Rute "
Chicago Bufao Boston New York
Throug11lTra n Est-3.1 a 11.'_.7 m
1.:"a p 111., i.30 p, 111 . i
. rThroughlcrans West- ,-;.,.ii, SSa
Loiials Wet ccl a.e.,i..2e, a .. -nL .
- , 1( ~1,(15 1I,
W W CAlE, Aget, Ann Abr
FIRSTf NATIONAL BANK
Of AntAtier, Mih.
11 iiuIs i Yves. It i i cudl,, V
W. C i -o, iCashie
ii ii tl,_ยข il0.00e ir le n till l'viiliti 1,,110
BALEY & EDMUNDS
21 mEs.Lilbety Street.
WAI KING 1.00I
Chinese Chp-Suey Restaurant
ierge t .c Bow&te Propcerietsc.

Rowe's Laundry'
Thomas Rowe, Proprietor
326 N,Fifh AvA.
Nvi PI Ii ii-457 Itch 'lwie 45h7-IL
All Studetnts' Supplies, Station-
ery, Foturntain Pens, U. of M.
lins and Banners.
Cigars and Totbacco. Save a Walk
and (live Us a Call.
Students' Supply Store
f 5 . UieichtyAve.

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FRESHi
PEANUT- S ROASTED
We Itthi~y(r Pclttltt, ii i-nto1 i hits Of s28,000l
poudtiss-ti tih, iectfrom \ivginit, Wi- tave liir owntroasting
plcttt and give the 71051 andi BEST for the Money.
One Pound Packages. 10 cents.
Blanched Saled Peanuts, 15c per lb.; 2 lbs. lor 25e.
iclkory Nuts 10c per Quarl. 3 Quarts lor 25ce.
DEAN ea. CO., Lt '1., 214 S. Main St.

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t Xttttt,S TcAi,ORINtth
UNI VIIRSI lv NOTICES. Ltest sylesfell iilinte uiths alit
I cksmadetiiovocieri atioiice at reason-
1. 1 ~ s c i, he I - i ca 1 1 1 t -itiale pri-es. 5 e tive the ltest desigiis
ill at P:/il f~rit SI 1id H i,>ini li i I JohnJ. Schlanz,
evoi I, h. iliamn St.

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Ii )-o1IIv elei( ith llcectS atve ro
DE-rlv , 1i- , ,,ett tsseoc ittis,:
ii7t /iStiitgtII lstee tprillers of
lie Mstict~hiintDtity, Int~leder, Alara-
P--l Tchic, Un~iversity News-Letter,
S. P. A. H andtbook, Yost's Great Bank
ll Fiiotball, iHight School Omtega, etc.
We1 tic thre priting for the stuldent
lbodythiatt alt other sh~ops combinted
Soonthis ottr own buildintg, Mayntard
treit, opp~osite Granigers Academy and
lust norivth of Schtool of Music, tf
St_ lII C 5bSI,!SU IT , ASS!

IB, -;it T Xl NtiFRY.
'I'S--$2a-itttll uyafire itt-
Iy tha mauy savs yeaseveral
il s up11Ill-r either phionte
do Ih ri esit. itW . H.Smlitth,
Itisirlancv Coi., Annt Arbor
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ANNO UNCLMLENT
Autumn with her golden htues atnd ttellow
colorings from the paint pots of Natnre, is
witht us again. We'll extend to or friends
the season'us greeting and with it an earnest
itnvitation to call and see the elaborate provis-
in we have made to futrnisht onr patrons with
the tery b~est of
Clothes, Hats and Toggery
We selected with great care thte chtoicest pro-
dtuctiotts of te tmtost toted tmanufacturers in
their respective lines. It is ottr determitnation
to sell ttotltitng that is ttot thoroughtly good.
Our prcies swill altways be fouttd satisfactory
atnd as low as one high standard of qitality
still allots-
Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
200-202 Souzth Main~ St.
Call at Hentry & (Co. anti receive
A Souvenir Picture of the
1906 Football Team
FREE
HENRY Tg CO.
Tailors and Funtishters to Ment.
NOTICE3===FRATERNITI ES
Inter-Fraternity Bowling League now being
organized. All wishing to enter please call- on
S. ROTTEiNSTEIN
for full information. 707 N. University Ave.

11 f el',32 S).State Si, ell
,nTls and sols. I1a1-
3 ii I ~'y Store tltaitn siveet. sod
itd it, !>uh aso forty- ltwo campusl~l
it Ntiss I ol tts, 332 S. State street.
16-g giiirplice i5c 53, S9, (65
IS1 -Wall \etti conitaiininig ab1o111$20
inI billsc-hleck fur $iii, S.IL. A. ticket,
and tohcr a tics Iinlticptease returnl
'1i hi ii huh 327-Whtite. tf

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tso thu-alt. A k t e It ,1o , Icli si-i.e

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W'ould~ yoit like to lelrtra ilarso o l ti
toi imiprose 5-nile treseti
gitme? Vii tswitt give yot
vareu f c oachtinlg wtheinldIl
sired. lustoit Bros.

Suits prested 25c ; trousers, iec.
ittiller & O'Connor. tf

GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
$5 Knox Hats - - $3.50
$4 Varsity Hats - - $2.85
$2.50 and $2 Dents and Fownes

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$7 Opera Hats
$1.50 Shirts -
Sc Neckwear 35c-

- $1.60
- $5.00
- $1.10
3 fur $1.00

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Here are t/he Reasons
JVhy T'1 e Fox 77 rpe'writer is a Better
Ty~pewriter Than any Other 7I pewriter
Made:
I It HasPerefect Viesitle Writing. The enire writing line is ie direct line of
viston of tihe oetorteend all the nmntter written temcatne so-daes lid pain cat o
tight under any pateof thentachine.
It Han an Astemeihtt Surface foe the Type liars, of 16!/ Incheen. (Other
vsibie typewaiters 41 ) This adite ef the csecaf a type bar 1 , cfn inch wide-
tan adjusftaile bat-gives the Fun Visible the durability acd permanence o
alilgnentof the " hlied "wnohins, a hitheroimpessihle tiling in the cntuto
nf visible typewrtiterse
It Han Interchangfeablte Cneeige'. This meansi pan ewe a Fonthat
yucnot h1v1 oabuy a new typewriter weniiyoitneed u a n5carriage
far yor eltmachine, si;.nplyy Ike- /carrn iege. It isitntantly inlet
changeahle with lie one already on the typeweiter.
It lias A Tabulatoir. Every miachine i scppliedwtb a taulator,,wcsh
inr illing, cevocilgancd tahulating hiueusnis practienlly indicpentahle. It is
inrniehed fri e wi/h each mnachine.
It Hasc an AutnmticTnwi-Ctotae Ribibon IMovemnent. The ihbonrenquirest
net the lightect atentian ifctc the operator inric the time it in pnt en the mnachine
utlit it worc cat. It oscillates cc that its en/te alec/ace tastused, and
hy simply tounehing a hattcn ic the' keyboatrd yea print a second ce/er as
It has a"Speed"lEscpemntn soctht byimplymovingnaieverethe
machinenatc dateitef tthe peedeofaifastorcsleow operato, (thispevents
afat operntor "piling" letterseonna slaw tmachine)
You ought to have these features in your
Typewriter to securo the host and most
economical results-they are all found only
in the NEW FOX VISIBLE.
They pi .-eth.li-cx a .;yiyu.to ci lad ofatllco:etItors1
Letnesproe thitayeunyaurtnwn che.
Catalagueoccappliieatioe.
FOX TYPEWRITER COMPANY -
Fnctorycand Exeeutive Office_
Front Street, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Bramchs ad Repeseentativsin alities

$1.00 and. Z5c Neckwear - 60c
Varsity Collars 10c 3 for - 25+
Freshmen Caps - - 35c
Suits Made to Order $17.59 and Up
Everything New and Up-to-Date. Quantity Lim-
ited. First Come, First Served.
GOODSPEED & SON
TAILORS HATTERS HABERDASHERS

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STYLES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

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