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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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An Luntir lk Ncvcra SneJust
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Fifteen euif :ul N ci of XAnn
Arbr anmd the: t iversity
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PEANUTS ROASTErD,
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pl"1a =I11 11l ie 1111 lOST <11'A BEST f,;- II Moiiey.
One Pound Packages, 10 cents.
Blanched Salted Peanuts, 15c per lb.; 2 lbs for 25c.
Hickory Nuts 10c per Quart. 3 Quarts for 25c.
DEAN (ft CO., Ltd., 214 S. Main St.

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A SPECIAL SHIPMENT OF
Holiday Neck wear
Will be opened op for y1)u Tuesday. Swell ryew effects
and patterns intthie latest s11a111s. A special slhowitng of
Blacks, White-;, Grays, atnd eveninlg shades is a distitnc-
tive featutre. llriccs from 25C to $1.09.
Suit Cases-every elan watts o)1e. We show a
spletid line at all p~rices, frolm $1.90 to $10.00.
Umbrellas. All ste les Ilf handiles. Of cottrse,
1k'" wants onte. Prices range from $1.00 to $5.00.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
200-202 So~zth Malin St.

jUNIVERSITY NOTICES.
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1 1ts 111. n-tm 1. =lar
(10-71
l'sllella 111Clear lavar
Cigars, 5 Oand IS10 cen
Husto B 1Iros., dsitribultor;
Ma1e specially117for u115
the u);1 Lifactulrsin INei
Foik City. lilly are righ

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HENRY (Q CO.
1AIOR High Class
TARIO RS l/I I Merchandise
HATTERS To ii Popular Prices
Diretly North of Law Busilding
709-711 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE

Ocid ent al Hotel
WeCa:ter l)ltnitaets, IEtc.
HIXSoI1 LLlIIC1 =Ypsiilti
D. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY
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1111 ihe lir. '.) , I I I I I1 1
FINE LUN~' CHES
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11in1 111 o6l fair'11111115 II Ol).N1
R. E. JOILLY, Sltn.eS.
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STE1AMSHtLtINES.
Tre.nin sLe aeAtom .A.-laor
Goilng 4llelll710110 in.11141 1, i.1d31 p n
Gen'l Pass. AgentI Aglat;,
Toledo, io111 Alttu Arl r 12 i(-h1
XLCHWGAN CENWAV
"ThWe Niagara fiall-s1Route
Chicagon Buffalo Bostiot New York
Through Tritans _tiat 11.1.,21.40 i.
411.55p.i. .0p 1 .fl.,
ruroaughiTrains N t .1m,, 7.5s IL. ill.,
Locats Went _'t 01. . 11 01a1il., *1l40p.
W. W. CASE:, AgentAnn Arbor
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Ann Arbor, Michl.
BAILEY & EDMUNDS
t21 Eat liberty street.
WAI KtNG 100
Chinese Chap-Suey Rzestaurant
Oierlre OYeetlon & .tl'oPrietors.
11m 1 11mt 12T. pitIO.
Rowe's Laundry,
Thomas Rowe, Proprietor
326 NtFitth Allc.
All Studetnts' Supplies. Station-
cry. Fountain lbens, U. Iof M.
Pins and Banners.
Cigars and Tobacco. Save a Walk
and live Us a Call.
Students' Supply Store
Itntl 5. Utiversity Axe.

S HOE S
SOLED BY MACHINERY
No Dela,.y
BETTE ER THAN HIAND) WORK. Uses 1101 WAX and
LOCKED STITCHES.
We now have the two best shoemakers in this State.
WM. P. PU rIELD
1195S. Main. St.,1Vhe Vp-to-Date Shoemxan
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS

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NOTICE===FRATERNITI ES
inter-Fraternity Bowling League now being
organized. All wishing to enter please call on
S. ROTTENSTEIN
for full information. 707 N. University Ave.

$5 Knox Hats -
$4 Varsity Hats
$2.50 and $2 Dents

X 3.50
- - $2.85
and Fownes

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Heeare t/he Reasons
Why The Fox Yl pewriter is a Better
Typewriter than AIny Ot/her 7 Pewriter
* ItHas Prfct VisibleWrittng. The 011t1rewriig line isindrct lineof
vsinnothe operator andolltemtterewritte remaioi-doeslnot pansaut of
sight uoder any part ot the machine
* It Ha. an Assembling Surfamo for the Type Bars of W2' Inchcs. (Other
visible typewritert 4l ) This adoitsof the uof1.1type barc dofalan ioch wide
tin adjustable bar-give the Fox Visible the diurability ond pemonenc of
alignmenot of the "blind" macbines, a hitheroo onposstble thiog in the unitruction
of vible typewites.
It Ha. Interchangeahle Carriages. This means if you own a Fox that
you do not have to boy a new typewriter whcn you need a lon.{ carriage
" fr your machine, simply huy lie carriage'. It in instantly inlet-
changeahle with the o~ne already on the typewriter.
r It Has A Tahulator. Every machine in supplied witht a tabulator, whichb
for illing, mioicng and tohulating figures in practically indispeotable. btin
;y furnished free with each mlachine.
It Has an Automtatic Ten-Color Rihhon Moeement. The ribbon requires
not the slightest attention from the operator from the time it io put on the machine
until it in wornouot. It oscillates no thut its entire sur/ace is used, and
by simply touching a button iee the hey hoard you print a second color as
desired.
It xhasoa"Speed"Esapemtentso thtyimply movinga lever the
machine accomamodates itself to the npee of a fast or slow operator, (thin prevents
a fat opeator "piling " lettern on a slow machine)
You ought to have these features in your
Typewriter to secure the best and moat
economical results-they are all found only
in the NEW FOX VISIBLE.
They place the Fox away in the lend of all competitors.
Ltus prove thin to you in yourtown ofice.
Catalogue on application. ..

Gloves - - $1.60
$7 Opera Hats - - $5.00
$1.50 Shirts - - $1.10
Sc Neckwear 35c -3 f!pjr $1.00
$1.00 and 75c Neckw ,"ar - 60c
Varsity Collars 10c 3 for - 25c
Freshmen Caps - - 35c
Suits- Made to Order $17.50 and Up
Everything New and Up-to-Date. Quantity Lim-
ited. First Come, First Served.
GOODSPEED & SON
TAILORS HATTERS HABERDASHERS

FOX TYPEWRITER COMPANY
Fantory and Executivn e fic
Front Street, Grand Rapids, Michn.
Banchtes and Representative nia Cites.

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