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January 20, 1907 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1907-01-20

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

GRABS Al
HOAG'S

Thits i yo(ur1chancee'to get
the ot mi vi haldse fei 2,t
that volt eve have hadl
svith goodtclean, (li rahile
goodls fromn allhdelartmenlts.
I~iry (Goods, China laniy Ar
ticles, J etiert Stationerv,
Msical Instrments In the
lot are I) /Zitheis wrth eip to
$2.5 each.t
If not satifieid sNolltay
have yue moeyno)la
HOAG'S
HOME SUPPLY STORE
Occidental Hot el
We Cater to Banquets, Etc.
ixsoll Lunch Ypsilanti
D. Y. A. A. J RAILWAY
'ieili 1,1 ii ( i f a ii i
Spel.,l C(asI l S 2c iiadiv ey
II l2l uil tli i
FINE LUNVCHES
ve canry tue I el I ieiiCIlhllli
77)1 A:51 25l'llt . In~RI i I lgavlle s ani
liiiifa ll a l : cai -- t urn-ea i at'
fil:dl linll s 1a , taea i A . l .11
R EJOLLY t.t. St.
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSIP LINES
.Dong 'North V-l1. i. 11 m2.tli
Glilag Souilt7::30a mI ,l:5a m, ad 7 Xi p. n,
J. . IRBIY, W. 7' WILL,
0enal lass. Aen, Aget,
'Toledoil, l11l" A ill Abor, NM1h
Bell ple 1l-Ir tl I l 9
"The Niagara Falls Route'
Chcao Buffalo Boston New York
Through TrainasjLast.IS a.a., °.4I(l.
4.55 p .,ala3a3lp. II. 1101.D
Loal East-i 5 a.11m., 11.10 a. In.5 p. II
Through rmaIna Wetl-2.1107a. I,, 27.515(a. 0.,
Local West-1'421.41., B'"S 'a a., -1.40p..0
p.crn el yell engof1rS1.1ou1
Kansas i lls1a6 2(11 Oilhe i West.l
W.5.NW. 'ASE Agnt, An. Arbor
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of An Arbor, Mlo.
IL. I. ronles.arison Sullell, I
S, . 12Clason, asilee
BAILY&DMUNDFI
j _ }porttflt4 coa
121Eat LibertStre
WAI KING OP111
Chinese Cop-Sey Restaurant
Georg 1Yea ou & Jtee Proprieor.
t e -I11'iE
Rowe's Laundry
Thomas Rowe, Proprietor
3261 N, tillh Ase.
All Students' supplies Station-
ery, Fountain Pens, U. of M.
Pins and Banners.
Cigars and Tobacco. Save a Walk
sod lve Us a Call.

Students' Supply Store
1111 5. Itniversity Ave.
ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES,

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Not ",HOW MUCH" a Cigar Costs
But,"HOW GOOD" it Smokes.
Winner Pittsburg Stogies
4 for 5c. $1.10 per lox of 100.

IDEAN ten CO .9Ltd.

214 S. Main St.

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PRICE CUTTING
SPECIAL
Here are a fewv of the very geod things we have left for you:
Lolt i-Former price X2o.o0, now----------- $14.50
Lot 2-Forler price i15.00, stow- ---_ $10.50
Lot 3--Former price $12.00. flow-------------------- $ 9.50
Lot 4-Former price $io.oo, now------------------ $ 7.50
Seventy-five suits, broken lots, formerly sold for $t8.oo and
$2o.oo, are int this sale at $10.50. AI Odd Pants 25 pet cent cff.
Manhattan Shirts 20 per cent off. Several lots of Staley
aiid Ypsilanti Underwear are enormlously reduced.
Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
200-202 soujth Main~ St.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
01(1( \11(tlrlnil o(2[11111. 1 1111i
_liii cii hutI . I
iI 1 1 f C Ol liittti, ii
::. I+ 11 (ji 1 1 ll Iii I t ll it (Ili i
1((11 Francis1 \V1K(-), (((Itwilli ,lii
i riti li itiI'll, (l i a hi elitli12 :1
of lii lw Iiltilit"III ItI,fIt 2
il, 1. tlii V i(lii111.a M )

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\Vatti, jewelry andt eye glass repair-
ig by skilledt workmieni. tlaller's Jew-
tlry Stire, Main street. eod
1,. tat PS 'i''AiOIiNG.
1,c'ty Its fa1l1 1nd(itler suits aiid
ii ,11litder at once at reason-
rIte Wa iave the latest designs
6o5 R.\Williaim St.
. TtlINtS--$2 awittlhbiy a fire Inl-
po.iiylictha11t11lmay save you several
Ca I tll is 1111over eithler phone
li dr11 1( tht lest.SW. II. Smith,
0 tt iiellsiraiite Coa., Anli Arbor
liii Ptly 121t, Roomn20. elod
5cariy 11 good lile af cig-
4 s In totacco0,alwsays
AWK frsh ) Or 1l1(11rs-I speni
elaCer Haana tiars~
ar in '- atisfietioI go ir-
t11t lld. 1 (1 tt eBro., toe
Bijou Theatre
POLITE VAUDEVILLE
Always a Good Show
8 Headlile Acts 8
TWO SHOWS NI10tTLY (p.
7.30f and 9.0ff - a
MATINEES
Amnateurs Wanted for Frday
Night.

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HiENRY (Q CO.
TAILOS MCR High Class
TARI R S /, cn merchandise
FURNISERS Popular Prices
Diretly North of Law Bnrulding
709-711 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE

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Glisses repaired. Eyes carefully filled
and1( testedt. George Halter, Maio street.

WHEN YOU WANT
SHOES REPAIRED RIGHT
Bring thema to us, for we have the two
Best Shoemakers in this state. All
Sewed Soles are put on with the new
Champion Sole Stitching Machine
and heels finished with the Champion
Finisher. Our work is better than
new, because we guarantee stitching
not to rip.
NO DELAY

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NOTICE===ooFRATERN ITI ES
Inter-Fraternity Bowling League now being
organized. All wishinig to enter please call on
S. ROTTENSTEIN
for full information. 707 N. University Ave.

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Here are thie Reasons
W~hy The .Fox 7iLy ewriter is a Better
Typewriter Than any Othier ijpewriter
*It Hasu Perfect Visible Writing. The entirswriting lioe io in dircdlioe of
iono of the opeeaorotand all the materien mins so-does not pass oot of
tight under any pail of the machine.
It Hat un Assemhliug Surface for the Type Born of 16io2 Inches. (Other
visihle typewriters 41/2). This adnmits of the uie ef a type hoe -;? of on inoh wide-
an udustable bar-givs the Fon Visihle the duability and permunence of
alignment of ihe "hblind " machines, a hitherto impossihle thing in the iionstruction
of eisihle typewriters.
It HusIntrchtangeahle Cariages. Thi mens ifyoonwnaoxthat
you do not hose to hay a new typewertel when you need a long carriage
for your machine, simpely buy(1 the carrelige. It in insantly inlet'
chageahle with the one aleeady 00 the typewritee.
In Hut A Tahulator. Every machine is supplied with a tahuaotor, which
for illing, Invoicing and tohutating fhgoees i aialoly indinpenahle. It it
fuenihed free Wi/h each mac hine.
It Has an Automautic Two-Color Rhhbn Movlnement. The rihhon requires
not the lightest attention from the operatorlfram the uime i ispot on the machine
until it in worn oat. It oscil/atcs no that its en tiresurface is used, and
hy imply touthing a hutton in the heyr board you print a second color 00
desired.
It hasta"Sped"Ecpement so that hyimply moeingoaleerethe
machine acommodates itself to the spoed of a fost or slow operator, (thin preeents
a fast opertior "piliog" lettets on a stow machine.)
You ought to have these features ia your
Typewriter to secure the best and most
economical results-they are all found only
in the NEW FOX VISIBLE.
They place the Fox away in the lead of all competitors.
Let us peovethio toyou inyournown ofice.
Catalogue nn application.
FOX TYPEWRITER COMPANY -
* Factryand Executive Office
Front Street, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Brachsannnd Repmesentatvnsin all Citie

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Can repair shoes while you wait.
call for and deliver work.

Will

HOJESZHO AzQA
119 S. Main St. The Up-to-D~ate Shoe Man

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THtETO VR

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

THING IN TAILORING

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