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February 15, 1907 - Image 4

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_ ~iH~eMICHIGAN 4DAILY

GRABS Al
IIOAG S
'istt'your chance to get
thec most terc-handise for 25C
tha~t \ott ever liave had.
I'i . 'hundredilolxes filled
with cltdeni, desirable
gtods frointatl ldeptartmoents.
Tory Goods, China, Fancy Ar-
ticles, Jewelry, Stationery,
Musical list rootieitt. Ini tte
ltot aire 1iolZther' worth tip to
50If raot -atisfied yottutmay
Ihave your mtoityItack.
HOAG 'S
HOME SUPPLY STORE
Occidental Hotel
We Cater to Bianquets, Etc.

- rr~P~r r yn rs~swscr-ix~lll i'IIF.--

Butter Cup Candy
While It Lasts
10c per lb. 3 lbs for 25c
DEAN ft CO.. Ltd.. 214 S. Mai St.

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U N IV ERSITY NOTICES.
'Meeitng r of nucts tii t iiit ll a 7
o'lockIkoom . liiiI i w, f iii; Ii
iIr'tt o lc itst tgi w il b
F ii tyut of alo iiiititittitni iii
tit weekith' c titi wl e tlli"e

PRICE UTIN
SPEIAL
Here art it, % vt -t ' i Iil "s xc hate left for von
I.,ottz li~crti t S ,.$14.50
ItOt 2 POt ii;I I )'1 - $10.50
l,ii< t;l;oinrit c S,1- - 9.50
Litt ..I Fitrtir { r {rs ; i -$ 7.50
Srsrti xtcliti iu_ ]v a i t tsoulidfor 'it .00 acrd
2i0 ott rin l 'i ikJ{t 'it 5 tier ce c ff'.
Mciitat ii 7'lii i 'i, ev(rai lohtsiif Staley
20"%202 Sou.th Maim~ St.
HEL- CO.h

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TAILORS
FURNITSHErS
HATTERS

iui High lass
I lvi en Merchandise
jjuJPopular Prices

Hlixson Lunch = Ypsilanti _ h Vi tattti i i
D. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY ito'""li 1thetititit girtsli to tlt ii "Of
1 i [tit l it' iortotlln i ttuttilt gliti'1.' 11 jni or wh(
al 5', <V. I,+ittiunI cltittor. n vey C I '1]E r stc t)1t} h
1<iitfti ii) 5ial toii Detioi't :51.'., W00 hh t t is I"' Tat' reo lt .tik s

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F lc g l R . itt t iAll-, lt - . c
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7711 01E" - x _VERITY AVENUE

NOTICL l XTLNlTlI5S
inerIaca i Lts is< genow being
organ ized. A'' htt oone lease call on
for full informe-n,-70 N. University Ave.

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I \tlrlctlc tcalw, '111d whor groltj) c<31a

a' 1 1 is Iici ii Iiti~t1

Winter Joys
comte ionly'toithtttse Nlho tie fotrtilled by abundant health and
vigor agaitnst citlilantd exposture. Bodily warmthl conmes ftront
good digestfiitn antdgoodilfotodtiol froitiflannels anid Qvercoats.

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Shredded Whole
Wheat
is the lood that birinigs fullest
enjoymnt of winter work itt
play because it is rich ini the
teat -makinig, itmtscle - builditng
elettents anid because it is nit
easily digesied. It gives t It e
lithettess and stippleitess of limbth
that miakes the humian biode a
thtitig of power antI beatuty.
A breakfast of SHREDDEDl
WHEAT BISCUIT wiht hot or
coldl tmilk tir ereamitwill stipple
the entergy for a whole day's
work. Triscnit is the sante as
the Biscuit except that it is comt-
pressed inito a wafer and is used
as a TOAST for any iteal in-'
stead of white flour bread.
At all grocers. Our new illtus-
trated Cook Book is seitt free.
The Natural Food Co.,
Niagara Falls, N. Y. _1

111(11 I 'ii ' 'itall621 S 'I iii ii tic i (X)i
Sits prested 25t ltroutsers, it
Flletr & O'Conor. if
Satistfactocry tailorig at satisfactol
prices.h'illnr & O'Connoor, 6t19IR. Wil
iii street. ti
'I' ii 4n tilt ine'tC'ii 111 i i 1Cintuit i tr
ii ititit. tutu utu l ni r ol l i ui t-s c
.'I' ttthllM'S <'ANtDYS'T'ORIattu
trent iii ' ii utI acompuletlineimfcin
,tih w~it tiihutotcoffeeorccolalntt
ii itt4 tuu: i uu1 tiititn of it t2liu ti l c etu
CASINC
Admission~, 5 Ce rt.
339 S. Mains St.
BAILEY & EDMUNDS
fporttno (Boobs0
121 Bast Liberty Street.
WAI KING LOO
Chinese Chop-Suey Restaura:
Gteorge Yee Bow & Joe Proprietors.
Chintese'FaiwvyDtihsAmericoit Luncies
alt kind;its iryihoutin 'firteasn futelott
ondoentemteu.
CinesoeoatodtJiapatese Bic-a~-brau'.
Hiee Phitoetil2. 314 S. State .,t
Rowe's Laundr,
Thomas Rowe, Proprietor
326 N, Fifth Ave.
New tPtone 457, Belt thene O457

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it Freshmen! Sopionrc.Jilniors!
SJenira esrs!
ttu Ihe best it t 1a'i ttuaffuordtto
ate
CONK'"LI M]' OI I g PEN
"'Te pe tat lt :1 4tat an
tell-hilitin eii < isP rlet I
Den t tue decei.
Cotnklti. All o n at
S stage. I'heh hCit
studenu ts n l incIInna
foar adieuntagteos tiii f
I ytefloin-d~i Fills and cleans itself. N rp .u
No inky fingers. No :dotbCr.
No joints to leak. No do i t . thit" ak pat
- A dip in any ink, a toLc a Of thumb t
nickel crescent fillertid p c t Isfoil,
lt ready to write,
ofi Why tke a ncit ittnl0,('n- CONKL IN I
As SELF-FILLING FOUNTA IN 1I!"_N.gedstItctry f.-
i. about this wo nrult Ii,. 7- - t ui
- The Conklin Pen Co., T leo.
(j ~Soldtnt AinlosA b1b
GEO.1WVAH
TWO BOOK ,YT F'.

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tutu' t Lilysui ni _!
lit- tutu I \itstit '.it
Thntl 'I

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