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October 02, 1906 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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HOA'S
Cor. Main and Washington
STIndentsa 1goo< \F u) 1< <lol
Lam ps
Waste IBaskets
Fish Nets
Brushes
Pictres
Books
Stationery
Ci rrors
Raors
Kivies
Scissors
Leather (oods
Banners
Pillosss
Soaps
Jewelry
Playing Cards
Lamp Trimminigs
We Cut the Price on
Alarm Clocks
HOAi's
RAH! RAH! RAHIl!
P, f 9 ; fet f 1
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D. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY
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WI, t F, tC ( i4.w:'O AsINE LyNCHES
U l1 <<oi <1 , o<, 1 «Al:ln
F I = [ ro el ,
R EJOLLY tt. St
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINS.
Going Nr1«I:oa. <<«<<4:-<<t. m
Gong 9o<bi:1<0 a.m~11:15a. m. adll . p1
G1I 1nto Agut, AeOI
t~t~it phoe 135-A r onne I'h «<19
\<WHWAN CaiNnM
,.hrNMagar Foil 9HSO.<
Chicao Buffalo Bonston New York
titotaghi rins Latl- .1 a. n 1'.~ .r
9.5 1 m_ ) 0p.m.1.0 _ ,
hrorughlTrains West-20; a n
LcalsaWst -'".4a. ., ,,25 n, . 40 p.
m.,'<0.1 0<m
W. 14'.AS, Agnt, Atn Arbor
All Musical Supplies

Student Lamps Big Stock
$2.25 to $2.90
HIur Red Star 01111 o1, aj1 n11 quaj~lity IIn thisomarkoet.
It <I v <i I 1< <I <1 t theocli<<<< v N, does 110t fill
t}]r t1 21 1 < rCo << 1 1,,"or. o in Ann Arborl«< l<Nly
DEAN tomCo., Ltd., 214 S. Main St.

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,lit ii d t o -mH c < 1< r.< 1 hlock
)1" i ,T -.1 I t <0 ,2}a o m
PALAIS ROYAL
2o9 E.L.Itirty St.
ALWAYS ONE PRICE
<<<<<<r4 iIld <<I1t11< .1 In
art~i 40(,1tin <i H< <15
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Er~oh Diterl

The Sein-Bloch amous
Clothing
ONLY AT
Lindenschmitt, Aptel & Co.'s
Our Business Sacks ready for immed=
iate service and tailored with the
skill of Stein-Bloch's best workmen.
We have searched the market high
and low, and these are the best that
money can buy. High grade Woolen
Fabrics, skillfully and h o n es t l y
wrought, with a f it and style that
sometimes makes us wonder how it's
done.
Always Look for High Grade Goods at Our Store,
Lindenschmitt, Aplfel & Co.'s
t AKE dj FOUNTAIN PEN
Lot ¢ )l10 001

Studcnts' Supply Storc
1111 S. University Ave.
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SClIAE BEIL.
114 1b". ib<ert' St.
FIRST NATIONAL
Of Ann Arbor, Kido
E' <. l inn , Pre. ta-iolS
Q, . CH.arksonI,1<Cash
C a«l11711144.0 1001<11 01)an1<

AA ARBOR1<717 North t Oi<ersit Aven4101
BANK
1<0 Trojonowski Staite St.
Pr fs,1 s>',00

STATE SAVINGS BANK wo ALY&EMNS111."OI
ipor ing Q30ON tm1Aiil I . ' 1«.111
j 2 42 Eastt Liberty Stret. -)<< IIf,!F
I< II
Chinese Chop-Suey Restaurant'Oogie o, o rpitr
t iit i F'111 <00 1 11.1l '1 1 0111. c o
11 1: 1 r'lt11r< -{1<!:ci<..11 a '.17
SANITARY PI.IJMVIlN6i
andtEtectric Students' Sulpplies OO
A SPECIAILTY
FSCHUH, 207 E. Washington St.-

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PaLodrj< Ht.4 .Oh Cty 11<0Nho. o. 2;. l)< No. t. . a 23)a 1)tg o t8,1100)«No1. <1h<INor. 3
$2.00 $Z 1 Ct $3.0 ontgl end<1 otatounannadt hen look dark,<01 and41 hence1the1 pase "Luckynh r ve."10 This<1<cured end1is
C O O K v finMl 01take 1<a1piece101 operan ieoft heatt o zzle, made o thteitsnnt face 1r ii o siton iHt wilpjus
Il1p<% 0< bt W at o yaourt a t sy0ha<ti1cmmn nd chnnl fth<fedr.Jut0s1on 1s<hefontini
A. S. Gan i t. Ct, rot. uy4 Paker"ho td erese<0ir
s_______________________ 411omepole do 001t<is 4quic<ly 1emptied<
you0 doto intorm) th cap i tlt re-
them1e1 ve< as tohto mov4e<1 fr11m0therPar-
informthemlvso o eth ing better, in04the pocket. n theOO) common<100 and11 oidp0styl pns t
A ll y mks thetParkelea1<nl hn otes l the figers." 4of1ink in the feed channel after 1<0 pe) <4s <001 te
7 Not<S itnoaln~n11tnl. Intr ol,4<140 t i en~t011 pers040onud <rkoidgl rn into
0<0> raUntcttw 0141te Parker and yomwinihInd thllfe10e1 144100- See that it has the Lucky turve.
.Letutend i4t; ls*talog.04 Please as )or dealer.
S. ROTTENSTEIN THE. PARKER PEN CO., Janesville, Wis,
II <«« <I

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
~TYLES.

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

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