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February 09, 1907 - Image 4

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1' MIC:HICGA 3 AILYV

Developing
and
Printing
for
Amateur
Photorahers
E. E. C ALKINS
Druggist
324 S. STATE STREET
0. 'Y. A. A. J. R~AILWAY
4.A :c{} il. 'A )1i4Ri'y
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
U1l Ann Arbor, Mich.
Wf( '. Cas.hier
,;' ;i' 441 00 and Proitso , 10

ALARM CLOCKS, HACK AND CARRIAGE HIRE
<itsfo achal ssenger to and
Chapman's Jewelry Store6 r.adtpbtwnth ousf
2ob SOtUH MAINO T. To . m.,t5o cents. For each trunk 25
ets, tid of taken above the second
11, Fir,'"ii 5141. Ttip.0i15. ecw t floor:'go cents. For each couple to and
Clalieci 115121 :It ''Pa 11,i, A's 1't 5 iarties the price will be $1,50,
a lt r i a. m. $2.oo per couple.
IOIANCI 5011 AlIc issc &Co. A. B. WALKER.
204 South State Street W. IH. STARK.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
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FA New Fad. in the Latest Cravat
A Scarf Made
From Wood
It takes one million yards to make one pound of Art i bre
Silk. There are twenty filiments eo each thread.
No wonder they wvear like iron.
The only house that has them ini the city.
L indenschmitt, Apfel & Co.'s

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Shredded Whole
Wheat
is the food that brings fulletst
enjoymoenot of winter work or
play becanse it is ricla in thae
heat - making, mnuscle - buoildinig
elemients aoil because it is so
easily digested. It gives t h e
lithoeiiess and siopplenoess of inms
that moakes the hunman body a
thoingogf power ~and beautmy.
A breakfaist cof SHREDDEID
WHEAT BISCUIT wvitha lot or
cold milk tor creamo will siopply
thre energy for a whole clay's
svork. Triscuit is the saome as
th(le Bisetuit except thoat it is coon.
pressed imto a wafer anod is csed
as a TOAST for any moeal in-
stead of whlite loour bread.
At all grocers. GOor new illoos-
trated Cook Book is sent free.
The Natural Food Co.,
Niagara Falls, N. V.

3-Jt. tIBRIGHTON
FLTCLASP GARTERS
1111 ralnisually "s n4,00,00leg the most poplar grReic tor
111011 yerl. I TheItal411441 otfl a t i bingsc o11 -tir hiosecret isloin
' its10n14411hllining, 4non-14<11 gita t 1,1ol.It's asflat 1140 thene f taplor04n1
11411oldste ska s m oo41411 40thka the slai aeoIpore silk elaslt i tl in,
A41l mtlats.01 of1.1144heav 11.410,] 4lte braos. 25 cetpr114I~ , all de,tlois
§ 1.1o41by retai1p141a0141141 h'4c4 4oihto refer a cordgarter,i eodole
LOCK-GRI.W ts
nickel pilatcci lrass. 2, 11 5c d 1 t a ai,llel er11114040141 ail prepatd. ..
PIONEER SUOSPENDOR C4CO., 713 Itle'let SO., Philadelphia.
JUST RECE _IVED
For "1J Hop" a New Lot of
PUMPS
THE KIND THAT F'IT
Ask the men who have worn our pumps
how they fit.
5.0PATENT O
$5.00 DULLOR$5.0 u
119 S. Main St. The Up-to-Date Shoe Man

CASINO
Admissiom., 5 Cents
339 S. Main St.
FAILY7&EDUND
s5porti ng o o '.0
WAO KING LOO
Chinese Chop-Sney Restanrant
George Yee Bow & doe Proprietors.
Ohines rF'aney Dishes, Americas Luoocher of
oil kinods.,Everything first-cla sfoe ladios
snd gen1 tlee.,
Ch.1iee and Japane so.Brie-a-brana
0101ne Phoneos202. '14 S SaoeSire101
Rowe's Laundry
Thomas Rowe, Proprietor
326 N, Filth Ave.
New Phlone 457. Bell Phosoe457-L1

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