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October 03, 1906 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1906-10-03

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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

HOAG'S
Coar, Main and Washington
The Largest Assortmtent of
Students' Room Eulruishings.
Lamps
Waste Baskets
lFish Nets
Brushes
Pictures
Books
Stationery
11irrors
Razors
Kanives
Scissors
Leather (oods
Banners
Pillows
Soaps
Jewelry
Playing Cards
Lamp Trimmings
We Cut the Price on
Alarnm Clocks
HOAG'S
R.AH! R A1H! RAH!
ro a b 4chgee Pho to Ne.S)wligtn
Ihrtly n100~ t rrtotii, Tlo o aVarsity
I' t,r111y Bannetei tooit st. A
10 tr it.1 ..") ) ns 1111 olr d ale s Xl
1. S. t.iNtQU1SI 1Box114, Oberlin, Ohio.
D. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY
Speci1 Ca1to 11totls a.0n,0)andIevery
:spci Carstoojakon 330 tn., and every
two hors tl 3:30p111 n
flo r oc l sevie t 1Jet100 15 III., to
Two Iour1ocn.a ev oJacks0on e7:1 .II.0
to 11:1t5 1).
WAITING) ROM110 d 111) N 01. W0081 MIN
FINE LUN%(CHES
WII carry thelarIIgesttltne of 'IURItSlt
0051 tOTI 0 & IM POR'lRI) tltgarto.a
Do01001117 & 1hpp orbed Cigars. A (coelpile
1111b of 11 ialllll n atles .we are agel~s
for D)nmuru & Co' LINsUMAN &0)0. Ind 8
PIPES so00 forSi A'tl S d&SCRIAFFEE'S
1111ne1 chocolate 11)8'-BONS.
It. E. JOILLY. st~t. St.
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Going North)9:5 a . 1i. and184:35 pi.1.
Going 000u1h 7:10 a ,1 1:35a . n11147:30.11in
J. J. K1IRBY, W. 'T. tILLS,
Genl Pans. Agen~t, Agent,
Toledo), 1Ohio1 Ann Arbor MillSh
Bel o ne 0) 1351 r 11)1) l~ 110(9
f AR3HI6AN CiNIRAi
" The Niagara Falls Route "
Chicago Buffalo Boson New York
Through Trains Bast 0.10 &a.nm., 2.40 P. Ill.
4.55p. in., 9.30 J.ino. t.05 p.Ino.
LocalsoEat-6,t5alIn)., '*11. *.,4Op.m1.
Through Trains West--2.07 0,7.58 a. m.,
9. .in ., 2..38 J. n. 1.20 p.,1in,
Lenals West 224 a., 'sits 1a.011., *1.40 p.
M. 8*.10 p, 10.
* (P4X~ept $0011110.)
O1)n1ettons at Chicago for St. Louis
Kansa it y an110theO Went.
W. W. CASEt, Agentl, Aoo Arbor

ALARM CLOCKS Cash PositiVejyLhet heea
I 0110No orders for patties or entertainments
Chapman's Jewelry Suore will be taken ttioeatson unless cash ac-
lob souTH1 MAIN ST. R1115
t1011)1011.8 011 Oneou~le ~to andt froempartiiesor
I 011 1ine ath epari-,0e0 d. etertane ntes -_-. 5
Ofiil Wtch Inspector1, of Ithe Ann, Exclusiver use o c rrge)1
jAHl01 Railrlod, Coupe __$2.00
BRAeNCHI SITOE AT ! Walkers Livery Holmes' Livery
204 South State Street Rohinson & Co. W. H. Stark

AN-NO UiVCEM-ENT
Autumn witht 111.0goldentthes attd ttellow
colorings10 fr011mlte pait po1t0s of Nature, is
w'ith us againt We'lli extetnd to ottr friendls
the seasons greetitng addswithit ttat earnest
invitatiotn to call and isee htteteitborate provis-
the vecy best tof
Clothes, Hats and Toggery
Wseslectedth1 1111gret c11arethe itchloices.t pro-
duttionst of tihe tmost In(tced1)011 Lf.)ttlcrrsit
to sell no0111gt1)7hati tth1o11ilttilily good.
Ottr pccies 011ll11)5 11s bl tu14 1sattisfacory
aati s lowt as our11high sta ladaof dltiy
wvilallow.
Reu le, Conlin & Fiegel
200-202 South Main~ St.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
.71 111,1111))club1tryout, C'11(1)1it l hall
ko lo1,11a1 . ,1aet, t~n X:
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:ociatilm ticket, will mco
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.11.11,,0n3, fil-I' ,.0 3" School For
41rt~ }tl r"1111 c2tll]513 S
0,.I ,,I 11111 1 2.1 f 1111 Ground dloor, Maynard St. One Block W. of State St. Stores
11111 H NRY 'ak.CO.

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M11ich2 igan ,717 S. 1 11 411n 10 1411
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PALAIS ROYAL
2o9 E. Liherty St.
ALWAYS ONE PRICE
RAnnAvreetttl11ucs
.ie'ltolim I tShadesl
I rtiic tlo s dis latged
atlthis st. Parasol.
All.KofjM.ofanancs
ScecptBalots.

TAIOKS High Class
TA RIO RS / 1 1 11 11 MerchandiseT o M H TE SPplr rie
Diretly North of Law Bwuildim-g
709-711 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE

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re n

o n tetIF YOUR OLD D)ROPPER-FILLED FOUNTAIN PEN
MAKES A n'ESS. THROW AWAY YOUR INK-
DROPPER AND GET A

=

,' - Ana': Lin
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WM. BOLLIBS "Stanldard" Self- Filler

NO
NO
NO
N

TROUBILE IN FIILLING
TROU BLE IN CLEAN INGi
TROUBLE IN WRITING
TROUBLE IN BUYING

"Standard"' Self-Filling Pens cost no more than the old kind. $2.50, $3.00, $4.00, x;5.00.

SOLI) AND GjUARANTEED) BY
SHEEHAN & CO., Stationers, State St.
CUSHII'G'S P3HARMACY, 336 5. State St.

SOLD ANt) GUARANTEED BY
DARLING & MALLEAUX, State St.
A. E. MUMMERY, 123 E. Wash., Cor. 4th Ave.

SOLD) AND) GUARANI 'ED BY
D'AWSON BROS., Druggists, Huron St.
YE STUDENT SHOP, 611 E. William St.

1'

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
TvLZS

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

THlE BEST OF EVERY
THING IN TAIIO C4

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