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February 12, 1907 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Developing
and
Printing
for
Amateur
rbotooraphers
E. E. CALKINS
Druggist
[324 S. STATE STREET
D. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY
'-eietu C'ar's to ttrtrot t 8. to., andievery
tleia arn tojlksun 83 it . tm., and every
t fouiir loattereItto tiettoit 6 :5 a~. Ito
'ino-liour local service, t Jackson i :15ta.u
to 11:15 p. to.
WAITINGI ttOOMttHURtO T. WEST OF MAIN.
FIRST NATIONAL BANKj
Of Ann Arbor, Mich.
i-t1. ttnttntPres. lHarrison Soule, V
S. W. Clarksio, Casherr
uoaitai,Ol0.tOO. Surplus and Prolita, :O,OtO0

ALARM CLOCKS HACK AND CARRIAGE HIRE
Chapman's Jewelry orei . n Forof
to Sa. AI o 1 1 It., el Itr each trunk 25
206 SOTH V~v etti. to if I k-en above the second
In k'fltte t'aLt 1ti iiieut't w' cd i r , o cents. For each coople Io and
Art-t W <>iratot.tl friiyo t Ai pac'rties te price xwill he $1.o%
itt a.'t m. t2 txi ter couple.
BRANCH STOKEt AlT i ~ & io. A. B. WALKER.
204 South State Street « W. 11. STRK
(:,assrepaired. Eyes care-
UtVIE UNVERSTY OTICS. fllyfitted and tested.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES Haiti St.
ti
(]:o ' epot fo wok d it, it 1 ItOr
tll juniric tict Iss.eItoilrng'sro Sore, Moit
fltii e layititgte a t re ort ill1 ii t il c I a s, tc iitil d, ci tineort piSihagf
iton ai t1i i tl it lti tllt3: ita - "oo , M g . l l(I st M at xlt iiite ige or,. aI ji' cit , t0 0
Glee till list rii e portt alii t 1)ilt' Sti it t i ci StehnRto
I itie l iii t 11 i_'r tie£ t s i it} lsr1 t t rees t . ti sr i tlt it t e od~I.
])Itecil itit ll e il t he i'''ttiol' 1,00111
oft 5 iithe trsigym to it 1, It . tj iSie . iis 32 lae i et

A New Fad in the Latest Cravat
A Scarf Made
From Wood
It takes tone ilIlion yards to make one pound of Art Fibre
Silk. There are twenty filiments eo each thread.
No wotnder they wear like iron,
The tinly house that has theni in the city.
Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.'s

ii611 iinsstlltaliqid ir lantlilofii'its otii
Lost, for rentt, etc., adts are tattnoontly
it thte ofiier of thtehiusintess mnalger
dutritng flottrs, and are casht in advance.

1,.111)1;5' S'I tlt lNCSS
fi -15 Ilesfill at itnstler stilts andi
slitl sit ittle to torder sit otcee st reason-
stile pi ese hav oe the latest idesignts
tll latiestt isdI. JohntJ.Scthante,
trodI 6o5 I. WtlliatmiSt.
S4it Islet icy tailotring at satisfactory
treces. Fllter & OCottnor, (61g9C. Will-

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The Academy Orchestra
Fisev. (,")I iih oftt Ittti it 1 t tihutittttt v- v uiians.t Ca(n lbe itt
gaiyl for i~sot 5illI iCall at(iranger's Academy. I

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Rates are one cent per word per itnser-
tion; no ad takeno for less than twenty-
five cents. tf
Micttigant pins, fobs anld spioo. Hat-
ier's Jew,-try Store. Main street. etid

iam s

streel.

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Wi'nter Jy
roume otly to those ixio are fortified by abundatthlealth atid
vigor agaittst cold attd exposutre. Bodily wartmth contes frott
good digestiottattd gootd food, not frott flanttels attd overcoats.

05'
«t

Shredded Whole
Wheat
is the foodtclthat brintgs ftullest
enjoymenot of winter work or
play because it is richa intthle
heat- making, tmuttcle - butildling
elettents and because it is so
easily digested. It gives t hi e
litheness and sttpplettess of littb
that ntakes the huttnt body a
thing of poxxer and beatty.
A breakfaot of SHREDDED
WHEAT BISCUIT with hot or
cold milk or creamt will sutpply
the energy for a whtolecays
work. Triscuit is the saume as
the Biscuit except thtat it is coma-
pressed inato a wafer and is uised
aas a TOAST for any mceal in-
stead of whtite floor bread.
At all grocers. Our new illus-
trated Cook Book is sent free.

rci ' ofIiiB1atsberc Sthop. tf
Itsereiiret yes carefitlly tilted
shut eset eugeHailer, Msait street,
Si 55 tr ilt>ICSNDitS TitRElithey
witits wiit sit it' of c:. r icho'olatte,
wth il iii l sssit' its w' i ppcdtts cri seamstil
Wa'stcli, eteelry atnd eye glass repair-
ing bty skillehd workmini. tallers Jew-
elry Stocc, Mutt street. eod
'Alsrmticeocks at I1llter's, Main street.
t 'sWesiarry a gotod litie of cig-
I I<1-s an taeeos, sitways
AA frest. iur ieaders-tEspeo-
Itla isear ItHaaaCigars-
ire fine. Satisfactionigutar-
siti, 1tHstotn Bros., sole
distribtoris.51ry ttem.
CASINO
339 S. Main St.
BAILEY & EDMUNDS
,portin G ON
121 Eat Liberty Street-
WAI KING LOO
Chinese Chiop-Suey Restaurant
George Yee Bow & Joe Proprietors.
alt kitnds. l1st 't It i, ic st- 1 for atties
aiiditl
ttlihone ati 4 . Sin tStret.1
Rowe's Laundry
Thomas Rowe, Proprietor
326 N, Fifth Avte,
New Phone 4t7 IBell Phone 057-L

it" ,t a~i VW t : c l 44,,O~o O 3 :'-it 11() tip lt arl egarter o
I t lsalt ata testiettoftapier and
IS I ' 1i. NSit ititi tote silkelstoi vvAhiint.
h 1 o 11 pr efel a tiii gaiter, we odeer
"I'liii'sitit,i'sa I'. i t ii I. .it tetimade.t i l
ii !rtb e- ia o i Iim c i I it lne st lip. W ill
PIONEER SnuaPE-flu t'13 . . , r -5'.., PitlattstttO
WHEN YOV WANT
SHOES REPAIRED RIGHTI
Bring them 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
Can repair shoes while you wait. Will
call for and deliver work.
HOME PHONE 573
119 S. Main St. The Up-to-Date Shoe Man

~ ~~'~r*. The Natural Food Co.,
Niagara Falls, N. V.

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR~

THE BEST OF EVERY
THlING IN TAILORING

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