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February 14, 1907 - Image 4

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HMICHIGAN D3AILY

Developing
and
Printing
for
Amateur
PhotogJraphers
E. E. CALKINS
Druggist
324 S. STATE STREET

ALARM C LOC KS IHACK
Chapman's Jewelry Store er "
206 SOUTH MAIN 5T. ii(
Li CFosc WLL'h i Rpairitg wL, ii flor 5 0
tti 'i' WNatch Inspector of the Ata fti- p
ftar4r p
BRANCH STOREi AlT00
204 South State Street j
UNIVERSITY NOTICES. }If a
Rottm C, L.. iii cily IliLt1
ThI ow ttia Iott a till ho t _>1
Stat I rvct i d ,,Ytla tight1 :tO 7:30 i i iki
it iii{)hi) clth il l h ldti a 1(atittti 1 tp''
'rctclti t I Xi . iiiicr ih r ~lcn11wr1cllftdt cl
ilti l LIci;,0l O t t 7tutu .tt fa l-7
slhap 1 titia 'ittitaan pitueiatI
a1 it "ttltting >£ the tbasketball111 itt itt ,
iic a ircttaa iii i itt Iif t itiitt t at it
clock twt- c i rl c1 ie L ts

AND CARRIAGE HIRE
1 irtu et voeen lie hours of
aiti3 10; . i.3aroi froln to p. mt.
1t, p cetnts. YFor each trunk 25
Iii! if taken above the second
catits. For eachl couple to and
aries the price will be $i.5o,
a. M. $2.no per couple.
iO & (7o. A. B. WALKttR.
XW. 1It.STARK.

Nvit Ii iitt th a t tolicitiipc ro-
1''it ii'l; IS'T
35c
t.. . . . . .. . . . . . . .... . . . t2 3

A New Fad in the Latest Cravat
A Scarf Made
From Wood,
It takes one million yards to make one mound of Art Fibre
Silk. There are twenty filiments eo each thread.
No wonder they wear like iron.
the only house that has them in the city.
Li ndensch mitt, Api & Co.'s

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XiLAIES'''AILaORING.
aistyla fail titan iter suits andi
ittie to ordier at otice at reaoni-
cha. XWe ihaelihe laicot designts
tgootts. JioitnLJ. Schian,
60a I .Williana St.

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D. V. A. A. J. RAILWAY 1itt at itr tcatin i acatintp
iii>t i LitliL 5i wrka l ~ih--(
Sttietit it lit tilt a that tell
FIRST NATIONAL BANK A VIBiaIs ('ANDY STOaRE they
Of Ass Arbur, Mich. itt a iit (\,5- ig a cmplte linceit1 saind-
Sole I it I li t i iv wide('it a thu hot coffee . or chocatett,
a.P ttt.Caslhter
wttl tiitl antct' tf awhippiedclcrean. ti
Winter Joys
0oli 111vtit tIihosit lhoale fiortifiedl ly abundant health ad
Vigo~wt i ,iit acoldI anialexposure. B'odily warmth comeso front
o Iil -sltiittcd gool food, 1n01 fromttflannels attd overcotats.

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Shredded Whole
TWheat
to the foodi that brings fullest
enjoymntt of winter work or
play biecatuse it is rich inth le
heat - making, istisele - butildittg
elemients sand becatuse it is so
easily digested. It gives tlb e
lithentess anld stippleness of littbl
that makes the human body a
thtinig of power and becauty.
A breakfast of SHREDDED
WVHEAT BISCUIT witlt hot or
colil mtilk itt creamtiwill stupply
tlte ettergy for a whtole day's
work. Triscuit is thte same as
tihe Bisctuit except that it is com-
pressed into a wafer atnd is used
as a TOAST for anyv meal in-
stead of white floutr bread.
At all grocers. Otur new illuts-
trated Cook Book is sent free.
The Natural Food Co.,
Niagara Fals, N. Y. 0

coat,, a a bg.;redution iHat, Schiaff-
Si1 CDEN'S -$2 willbtuy a fire itn-
Litnc polt'aticy thta t may hate youseveral
hunre. ClliLit ovOet either phone
att(lw ill do iitin etareal. XV . 11Smith,
ReA EstateILIn tsuirance Co., Ants Arbor
Staticgs lBankiBlocck, tomti20a. cud
a titialasses i tit~i(a cn t LCtttgt''
it,, tAt pXiii O wi '1 hl in ittten t-to l it
o i' tilt 'l Cotaat ii. sow ha
Waich, jewelry attd eye glass repair-
itig by skilled worktnen.IHaller's Jew-
elry Store, Main street. end
Satisfactory tailorintg at satisfactory
prices. Ftuller & O'Connor, 61g E. Will-
ant street. tI
Get y our electin tickets, idance pro-
prints, etc., at 'Tim ANN AtRsOt PRF;SS,
117F V-ahitngtoni street; printers of
''le Michligan Daily, Ittlander, Alum-
nts, 'i' eclttic, University News-Letter,
S. C. A. H an~dbook, Yost's Great Book
'oil Footblh, High School Onmega, etc.
Xe ittottire printing for the student
tinilythats all other shops combitied
Soont in ourtnttbuildittg, Mayttard
strcct, opposite Granger's Academy and
jusat torit of Schtool of Music. if
CASINO
Admission0. 5 Cents
339 S. Main St.
BAILEY & EDMUNDS
%portng3 GooN0
121 East Liberty Street.
WAI KING LOO
Chinese Chop-Suey Restaurant
George Yee Rows A JoeProprietors.
Chinese". attty [Dish,, ,AmercaOntLuLaches of
all kitts. F e ~yttttt"first-cl asCuerldix
atndt gesile tee.
Cilittetnd tatiwsc Brnie-a-hrat'.
Homei PhoneP 212. 114 S. State S1reet.
Rowe's Laundry
Thomas Rowe, Proprietor
326 N, Filth Ave.
jNew Phonue 4a7 eli Chute 457-L

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fIt"' hat ai~"b t}i tnla~ 5cniiir~. -hi t iLv~ititt lttlia'p
LOCK-G IP S
BRIGHTON (I RTI ;R%
0ciisit'th atblldot engt cityi. NoINti atttrcteartofttheac ks
ltac. 25c atndt 50c a flir, all Lia'ia itt ioiibyit. il, itti'it.tti._.
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO.,7132F taet St.,Philadelphi..
WHEN YOU WANT
SHOES REPAIRED RIGHT
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

To Engage the Assembly Rooms or Orchestra, call at
ranger's Academy Office. As the residence is con.
nected with the building,
YJcallers are requested to announce themselves. Please ring.

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