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February 17, 1907 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1907-02-17

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THE MICHIGAN DA IL Y

In

GRABS Al
HOAG'S
This is your chance to get
the tii 's tomerchanidise for 25c'
ti t you ever hiave had.
Five hundrelr oxes filled
withgood, cleaitdesirab'
goods front all (depirtini its.
Dry tG )ods. hina, Fancy Ar-
ticlesJewelrySiatiiiiiery,
Muical Ins -riiie ts. Iniliii
lotiare ioZ/thers worth tipi to
$2.50 each.
If ntutsatisfietd youtiiny
hav 5c"~our utoucy ba~cko.
HOAG'S
HOME SUPPLY STORE
Occidental Hotel
We Cater to Banquets, Etc.
tiixson Lunch - Ypsilanti
D. Y. A. A. J. RAILWA Y
SpoctilCars to rteroit a,it., aindever
two hours uniiiortp.it me
tnitthours un~ttl :tiip ini.
Do rlclservic toDtiritt6ti5 a. im.,1,
Two-ttturlocal setriee ito.acksoni 7:15 a. In
to 11 15p. M.
*AITING ROOMitilHURiONiST. WKST OF MAtIN.
FIRST NAITIONAL BANK
Of Ann Arbor, Mich.
E. ft7. Kinne. Pres. Harrison jtuie, V
S. W.Ciiarksoii, Casiier
liapttti, $100.000i. iSurulustanod tProfits. 15toOtt

Butter Cup Candy
While It Lasts

lOc per lb.
DEAN ftb CO., Ltd..

3 lbs for 25c
214 S. Main St.

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PRICE CUTTING
SPECIAL
,Here are a few of the very good thitig we lhave left for you:
Lot i -Fomer price $20.00, ow'- ---- -- $14.50
Lot 2-Foirmter price $50,tO - - -$10.50
Tot 3-ortler price $12.00. now- ------ ------ ------ $ 9.50
Lot 4-Formuer price $i o. oo, now----- ---- ---- ------ $ 7.50
Seveity five suits, brokeit lots formerly sold for $iS.ooaiid
:$20i oo, are ini this sale at $10.5o. All Odd Paints 25 per cettOff.
Manihattant Shirts 20 per ccett off. Several lots of Staley
and Ypsilaniti Uniderwear are einormiously reduced.
Reule, Conlin &. Fiegel
200-202 Soxzth Mairn St.

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UHNRY (Q CO.
TIOS - HihCasFURNISHERS ) fl Merchandise
HATTERS 1IY Mv11Popular Prices
Dirretly North of Law Butdiding

Winter Joys
conic only to those wvho are fiottifietd by abunidathle althi ande
vigor against cold atni exptosuire. lBodily wsarmthI cotnes froii
good digestiotn atielgiod fotoil, nt from fiantels aind overcolats.

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Shredded Whole
Wheat
is the foilditihatbriings fitllcst
ciijltyttitii f xviintr work tic
play becatise it is rich itt the
lieit - tuakinet , miuiscle buiildii
elcitic is aintl becautse it is sti
eatsily digesedi. I t givs t h le
lithieniess atid sitplpleniess if littbl
that itiakes tlhe litiiiiaii Io y a
tloiig 1of Ipowertanl heauty.
A breatkfa~t (if SHIRED~DED
WIIITA1' 1BISCUIT wit hut
cotlil milk tir cream will sutpply
the cit rgy foc a whoile clay's
work. Tciscuit l., the saute as
the Biscit excepit tist it is cutm-
pressedto 11a0 wtafer and lis used
as a TOAST for aiiv nieal in-
steatd of while flour bread.
At all griocers. Our tots illuts-
;rateil Cooik 1IIuk is 57ilt free.
The N~itural Food Co.,
Niagara Falls, N. Y. 2l;

lEVSSO)NS IN CI IISA lAINTINI
blsIu 1.7111's, 312 S. State Si. Op ciii
Sitis pressed 2001; tousers, t0
~idlier & O'Connto r. if
Satisfactory itilorinti sia.tis~fatctr,
pirices. Futiler & O'Conntior, 6i1g1E. Will
itu street. t
Al''l 3l'S CANDSY ST1OREilthe
tillsov setrinig a cotmpleie lite of sand
wicihis Nii lthot coileccotichclaiti.
tit lii an i otbti iccof swhippececam.t
Glasscs repairedl. Eyes carefultly fite'
and tesicid. George flaller, Mai street
LADIES' TAiLORi NG.
Laiest stylcs fall anid i ittiersuis aut'
cloaks tadttlo orider at titce ai rcasoni
ilei prices. We lhave tic laicsitlcesigii-
ini latest gootds. JiihiniJ. Schtanz,
Cod605E. William St.
TKI'N BY N l' N SI'AK VE Nellie aoid
11111 satin pillowit ricIiii doip1111denti
Ii i>th a3'J lop. lFinderccplcace 111111
Eiiinilelc esgu i i 11, ott eckciacy it
1717 1711r & Coi., Siait ecciee.
Glasses repaired. Eyes care
c' fully filted atid tested.
George IHaller, AlaiSt.
SAdmissio, 5 Cents
339 S. Main St.
BAILEY & EDMUNDS
$portingGoods
121 East Liberty Street.
WAIKINGOLO
Chinese Chop- uey Restaurant
George Yeer Bit & Jo Proprietors.
ChituttitiF-tiiy 11h s. AmoeriantLuntchts of
all kids. CEverpy/t in i stlass foriladlve,
Chiineseanid Jatiansutric-a-br~ae.
II,il tie tite 2127. 31idS. State Street.
Rowe's Laundry
Thomas Rowe, Proprietor
326 N, Fifth Ave.
Nit Phone 457 tdeltPhone 457-

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The Harvard Medical School
BO ',TON, MASS.
19,V~ i tll~)nIV1A fa t ctutie;adet11p fit rtut i,'r iituan ittt siiuttiiit i t,(hi
It tiltiiuilanduililtg y.
COURSE FOR THE DEGREE OF M. D.
A four er'~s cillese. opentto bailtlo ofatdtrttr,lpil sciuplorecientce.
lt helrth yer arktiwhlly eicti'et yinpicitietlatloaty subtjects, ginraiitd-
ivtin . ilurgery anduh te ,tal cf(c~ )alhs
fiend fiii illalcraili loct alou addrtiless
HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL, Bo-ton, Mass.
Freshmen! Sophomores! Juniors!
Seniors ~Professors!
The best is none too good for you. You can't afford to
waste your time and patience with the old-style fountain pen.
Buy a Self-Filler, aud ftere insioaly one practical and successful
Self-Filling Fountain Pen. It is
CONKIINI~' Self.orm
"The pen with the Crescent Filler-the device that made _ T
self-filling pens possible, practical and perfect"
Doo't be deeeived. Accept otohitig but the genuine
.Csonkliti. All other self-fillers are io the experimental
stage. The Cosklin is perfect-been on the market It
for years. Used sod recommended by thousands of it
studetits and eollege professors. Possesses all the soper- i
for advsotages of the best fountais pens sopplemented
by the followng distinct and desirable features t:
Fills and cleans itself. No dropper.
No inky fingers. No bother.
No joints to leak. No clogging. " Ii
Nothing to take apart.
A dip in any ink, a touch of thumb to ii
nickel crescent filler and pen is full, _
ready to write,
Why take any chances? Order a CONKLIN
SELF-FILLING FOUNTAIN PEN. Guaran-
teed satisfactory. Book Free spits request, tel log *-- "~
about this wonderful pen. Manufactured only by ,
The Conklin Pen Co,, Toledo, 0. /
Sold Ian Ann Arbor by
GEO. WAUR'S
TWO BOOK STORES.

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

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