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December 15, 1906 - Image 4

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fiHk MIC"HIOAR bAlLit

,_".ALAR~M CLOCKS HACK AND CARRIAGE HIRE
I. R 5 issr01a, et for e akpassenger to and
b IUI Vhinman'c S Jewelrya Store t1rio all trains betwen tie hours of
ChapJU(L1 6 a.iIJin.~ aol to p. i., atd from to p. m.
gas 5O'I n iAN ST. toI6are, 50cents. Forreach trunk 25
citt , antd i takn abe tle second
U , l fI Fs inn: b tch R plrifi Wes ' iiO foor 5o cents For ails cople to and
ArbortlitI ii 0 a'5 tst frosm pAt s~t tarties the price sill be $.o,
Lowre " Stater a. i01 $2 oo ter coatple.
Lo ne 'RIIANCHI STOlfill AT ICs si s & Co. A. B. WALKR.
Allegrett's 204 south State Street XW. I. StARK
FRESHlIGOOD)S will UNIVERSITY NOTICES. Th eitihnt ett ac
arrive just before hu aea,1ta.cI lcopotn
\ t-iso] ~tils- t is tt ilili 1 ; it iit er eircl t 5 1 5tn .
the 21st in all sizes ~1111111[ t I i it itr.1r itctil t a g511 aut ncoesi
S t ictilitittli I ilsiiinca Ic, 1 t I ua v~in~I t itarn
of boxes, up to (1t,> silta tcr1thtieO0ers, of e1111 - stibtll the
Fitve pounds. I ibeaIts ell ' l Ite 111111 7', tc itlst dance. iusail et alil cathe tght
"h its irh ts i olp,,nt1i mtidi sfter iil l t }fci It ll. Jait ito ian i gt
T Id m l ii tilt mset t Ilii
ill itil ll ii X io, Es. A' sigtit SiIT . I S S C- , S
We deliver or pack for ship- IIss t Ithe sIsSicetssis~ uttttth X'<e Ii jg 1t i ag
ment sithout etra chlarge I t ic ga si it Sit 1Itii 'it S i";> A le , h cl,t i laite
_l il r ta;an l eiatls IEar i t imaytiti iis$e, I ,.-tht
E U (fl.J 1r fii li cChie si s hiss teripilie r iset
~~~1,1\S\ '81101i1i.l Si'U Tis t 51 Sothi i ftuh i'sttIM, Reward.
Druggist 1i\-'I XvI) i I S 'XlN\IsC IllT t lse tc sz7 X v ie. ii
324 S. STATE STREET Il IU I i lt ii iik'1( lilya iti nhg andt imiitieographlig
n inriu1111111 515 1 f t lisl n Itpla tnitllulage r smatll jols, at A
C, r I illi. ii 11 ikill ibe ihlsid s to i t t its sell leBo oser Sheehan's ook
. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY 5 111 igihstifte he i iis hosut lit stect StlePliss5~8,
'lartcoarnr 1 t~t ils isir~51~l5l51cod
5l .0 trtrltr a.m.,ait evet isis c I c i st I tiltsa ~o..
n s_305 l a. i t.,an eer>lwi' stiii l llait 15astil will liltdout si stabisi ied 188. The college jew- asti
ill, to1 e 5 5 tt c oa6II t Ti t5 1Iatt esisis ii lers. IHaller's Jewelry Store, Main
Iii ., ~k1 o o il l 1 5 l vet, .Fa.11 Itni ill is mI -_t_tret. end
WAitl iitlsst 550 B'L'.05W:HrQFtIN'535. 1L, I( ,wRI Ik F , T
Ilt IF i l V ~ 'I ]X l N ' O lI I Ticket for foursanpoos $i o Rain-
FINE LVNCIIES ____ usedes. Earls ticket good for shnm-3
li.t test s es t 'stll l oif5sga ttuSs a t I'l, ist iisie gir,lsditsns uaint ~ l i t s lo, m nussisre, ifacialt sr scalp reatment
l s t s A('icic'1. A e 5 u rt~ lit ai i '55 m a5.lt Miit it t nt cis iiMiss Vsugst, 707 N. Uiversity avenue. W
arts Wetsililt-i~llil tr ae ag% Wht
f ut'llti a 'u tI.ta53A5 i.r oi sueItl? cl\'g'ies 11Wll -itI issituti siabot a od flea
1it til ,isitis Isis , V'X S & SlitAl'IE'0
itN s''..s:0, iii uc lt sN-ti- . 21ee1,11 iter (rs i ssis ina+ O mc e tie -gag
R. E,JOLLY. Stat. ran5151151 liiirii uit altu c\-lilt ieu I iirlt Ssieit iC'aansssol
tiaide chs..' c omposed5115 of hii t'ssesciie a si t on isiis Ptros.' baa
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD ittlike. Biheisaes ( lte Asitu
AND STEAMSHIP LINES. Si ts 55 ite . teistousr papters, usie the
Tr.'a.I. a mw. Amu aArbor' telethoes, sseethe sore
Ilit Nor it 0ao- . isad 4: a p, . Suit: pressed 25c; trousers, 10c bocars, sitetIyouriifitenit.I
i ii iitsst. i ha ll ' is Ihuller & O'Connor. tf SVic tret yisuiright
.5. I. t'i Ii W5 . 5WILLS,5
sentlPas. Agnt. Agt,
leis AnnsArbhr, Shuts
istt phone 13:',-Sr [.Tome he usss.till8
"TeNaan alsRa~e GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
Chiao Buffalo Boso New York
..through Trains B st-Sa. w.°_40 l5
C55. i., 9 all p5. M-I . ii 5 L,. lm.
Loal as d.5 i m,"1. ii. . ".5 5A L E
Loc0ala W eail . is . m , -1 tiP
ia. 'r ii ais s t. A
W. WI. ASE, Agent, An Arbr
FIRST NATIONAL BANK $5 Knox Hats - - $35
or Asn Arbor lch. $35
tl l (hne res. Harison 1ole, V$4 Varsity Hats - - $2.85
t. Cla isI,Cahits nd
cil,$10000. irls di'a~ortt 1100 $2.50 and $2 Dents and owns
- --Gloves - - $1.60
BILEY & EDMUNDS
BA rth g 00 $7 Opera Hats - - $5.00
tai Ea Librty stee $150 Shirts - - $1.10
WAI INGLooSc Neckwear 35ce-3 for $1.00

Chinese Chop-Suey Restaurant $1.00 and 75c Neckwear - 60C
Oico r ee it N& lint Propretorse.
555ttlie~lo t;2ti ttlst Varsity Collars 10c 3 for 25c
ii+l 'oi. ;.i, ,aeSre. Freshmen Caps - 3c
Row e's Laundry
Thomas Rowe, Proprietor Suits Made to Order $17.50 and Up
3260 5, Filth Ave vrtigNwadU-oDt.Qatt i,
is l''aise 457 Btrl hll71'sst-L E eyhn Ne an Up oD t. Qu tty i-
All Students' Supplies. Station- Ited. First Come, First Served.
ery, Fountain lPens, U. of M.
Pins and Banners.
CiasandToivecoUSaea Call. kS E 1. O
Ciasand GToba acco. GavePaEWalk
Students' Supply Store TAILORS HATTERS HABERDASHERS
i ti lS. Uiatscity Ave.

-.I

A New Fad in the Latest Cravat
A Scarf Made
From Wood
It takes one milIlion yards to make one pound of Art Fibre
Silk. There are twenty filiments eo each thread.
No wonder they wear like iron.
The only house that has thenm in the city.

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Lindenschmitt, Apfel & C

BRIGH"TO N
FLAT-CLASP GARTERS
h ate long besntesliatanidard 25 cent garter.elsenaited flat clasp
I esistwe prvnsihahfingbsnin ngcatchsinrs~g in atse clothing. The Braighon
dMak Flat Clastp Garter is as fitat as pour hasndi. XWio by men who appre-
ciate comfort asid teatness. Made uf sire silk elastic webbing. All
metal parts uf bras-iseailipaickeled. 25 censts a pale, all dealers or by
mail prepaid. torueni who prefer a coed garter, ne have perfected
AK2K-GRIP _0-eV
sits they ace quickly and easily detascisditypt thtey sate the
mest grip of all coed garters.liiieflexilesrutbber diaamond
us with a builtldog tenacity. No w ear tue tear of tise socks.
Ltstiung loose or become accidentally udetached. Made of
est qusality webbing,; alt oetal past5heavisly iuckel plated .I
ats 25c and 5f0c a lair, alt dealersior by atail, Ipaetaid. fsu .
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO., 710 Market St., Philadelphia.
Join the Tuesday Evening Class at Graitr's Academxy.
Lesn7to 8. Practice 8 to 10 o'clock. 12 Evenings $3.00.
Freshmen! Sophomores! Juniors!
Seniors! Professors!i
The best us none too gsood fur ysou.Ysrouscnt affourd to
waste your time atid patence wsith the old-style fountain pens
Boy a Self-Fuller, aindf/ur is onliy one practical anud successful
Self-IFiltingFouontains linn It is
CONKLIN'S SePEN
"TIhe pen wtith thre Crscntu Filler-the device that made
self-filling prns possible, practicail aind perfect." u
Don't be deceised. Accept niothinigibust the geniuine
Conklin. All other self-tillers ace in the experimental
stage. The Conkhlin is perfect-been ons the market S
foa years. Usedl and recommeaded by thousands of iii
stodents and college peofessors. Pussesses all the super-
for advantages of the beat fountain pens topplemented Vs
by the folowisg distinct and desirable features
fills and cleans itself. No dropper. li
No inky fingers. No bother. i'
No joints to leak. No clogging."'
Nothing to take apart.
A dip in any ink, a touch of thumb to r
nickel crescent filler and pen is full,
ready to write.
Why take any chances? Order a CONKLIN
SELF-FILLING FOUNTAIN PEN. Goaran-
taed satisfactory. Book Fcee upon request, tel ing -'
about' this-wonderfol pen. Manufactured only by
The Conklin Pen Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold in Ann Arbor by
GEO. WAHR'S
TWO BOOK STORES.

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MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

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