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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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IIOAG'S
Cor. Main and Washington
The Largest Assortmient of
Students' Room Furnishings.
Lamps
Waste Baskets
Fish Nets
Brushes
Pictures
Books
Stationery
1lirrors
Razors
Knives
Scissors
Leather floods
Banners
Pillows
Soaps
Jewelry
Playing Cards
Lamp Trimmings
We Cut the Price on
Alarm Clocks
HOAG'S
W.AHI KLAH! KAHI
Foru ihigan Photo1 Net. soto hing e:
thlrly nwfo your1 r'on Theiso a Varsity
M t Ne}n..N titot njalotI fies )u10 -
oo)> tof n 9x et) Finle "IM- of the)0
host quality lBanner Felt (itimlhes At
onreiIli Iff :0 eIs' a 1nd you dalr' n me
1.S It)QUST B1ox~ 14, Oberlin, Ohio.
D. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY
Special Carso to Ibetroll s. it ., and1 every
Special Carso t.oI'tlt)ts:30 a.)m., at] eve'ry
itohor until 8:3o) pI. m
WAITINOtlOMt, HURON ST. WESOF MAIN14
FiINE LU NHES
NIV) 8arry tho 010110 e11t. 0in of'1 mi1(1e
DoM1ES))' & I174 (41111) C7igarltts It i
Domestic & IIvp11010) Cga. A cotmplebI
lin0 o1 al11 soking.111) arti1'10. IWo are agen 4
for DOaoauTR & CO. LINKMAN~ & CJo. hand 8
PIPES o1so for l& V"S & SCIIAFFPEE'F
fina chocia)Itta lION 110745
R. E. JOLLYT. state 8t.
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Gong North 9:05 i8. Ii. 81)d 4:35 p. m.
Gointg Sooth 7:20a.11)i, 11:35 . Il. and 7:3 p. m
J. J. KIIOIY, W. T. WILLS,
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Agent,
'Ioledo, Ohio Ann Arbor, Mich
ll) phone 13.-r Holme phone)) 69r
" The Nagara Falls Routo
Chicago Buffalo Bostoo New York
Through Trains East -8.18a. Ill- .40 Ii
4.55p, m., 9.30 p. m). 11.05 p. Ii.
LocalsK East -80)a. i. 1, *11.10 . i., *4(050 p. m
8.3O Ip. In.
Through Trains West--2.07 a. In 74.58..
9.18a. m., 2,33 p. I. 10.20 p. in).
Locals West-3 774 m0., *t. 0 a. m1., *1.40 p
am., *15.10 p, tM.
* (I0Exc~pt Su3tohlo.)
Conectionso at Chicaogo 1f1r St., Louis
Kansasa City and1 the0 West).
W. W. CASE, Aget, Ann Arbor

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Student Lamps -Big Stock
$2.25 to $2.90
Our Red Star 01Oill 11as noeul liii quality ini this market.
It gives a wohite liht does nut smoke the cliiiniiev, (oes not fill
tile 100111withI sickening odor. Sold in Ann Arbor only by
DEAN ft. CO., Ltd., 214 S. Ma in St.

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liear toity willt te)held1thistt vIt t t
11,1)i))d Io a 0 )1. itte d n tttec 1t ac1(
lit) 1 t Ile tals y te it \eritc
msi tt 1lc01cnry. Aceigcal~
w why tt Nity)ttohwt
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11Nt))T;7PTO

FUNIVERSITY NOTICES.
mee t ''it' Ill itti <It ttltrt .1 nlitl
411 t 1: . t It I Ni .tt I tttI t t
Ilre l l h a mo er)'rallN
Ithitt tti trt i t hi cOtt:_ I*v
it ft. e chh". ( ' :.Ile rnr

The einlo Famous
Clothing
ONLY AT
Lindenschmitt, Aptel & Co.'s
Our Business Sacks ready for immed-
iate service and tailored with the
skill of Stein-Bloch's best workmen.
We have searched the market high
and low, and these are the best that
money can buy. Nigh grade Woolen
Fabrics, skillfully and h o n es t l y
wrought, with a fit and style that
sometimes makes us wonder how it's
done.
Always Look for High Grade Goods at Our Store.
Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.'s

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The Ann Aobor Bible Chairs.
444 S. Statr Street.
Special Announcement Octo-
he r 1, 1906
Introducoto )1the Stu11y of the tBible
0ie t1'2I t o)'clo k) 1)1 e ch) un ay
1, Wbet the IBible ts Octoher 7. 7,
Theories ConeIrningfthr Orrin oathel
Bile. Oct. 14. 3, Marks 1of theoi-I
ini the Bibhle. Ooth'r 21. 4, ito.
mentsof 0Power 0inthe 1Bib10.
15uCents aetchfor2ll invtd
CLETf10110&Ot

PALAIS ROYAL
2o9 E. Liberty St.
ALWAYS ONE PRICE
Sntrop iIto vot hi l
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hillioj. (11 mOrtitcy
IT. etftM litti''.

PARKER O FOUNTAIN PEN~
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All Musical Supplies
SCiIAEBERLE & SON
114 W. Liberty St. ANN AROR~

"The Ideal"
JOHN TROJANOWSKI
3PRO0PRtITOR)
717 North University Avenue

En~och Dieter'le
Embalmer and Funeral Director
.1110S. 44tho v : Reidet')o 80)))
11)111)' 1)41.Al)))Aro r.)0

FIRST NATIONAL BANKaiC1114
01 Aon Arbor, Mich. U. ofM BARBER SHOP
E ID. Kinne, Pe. 01so, ole801)l I.' T1(sdvEVeln
. . lrko, ahirTrojonowski State (t. .t-2. I'owIis 7 P,11.Geintle en
STATE SAVING BANK COOK HOUSE
BLEY & EDMUNDS> t>cotLadgHoer heCy
j. BJ. G ooo77 J11. V. Seehn)nilrc t)0)1t,
55 otn M 6 Wl.Arnold 1). V. C. Vaughan $2.00 $2.30 $3.00
Jas.)10II. Wade R1F. Mills WeCaeotoadforall College People
121East) Liberty Street. NJI.Ku 101John 1Haater 0Sunday7HlmerlotSurl. Mnut o l
Frank ,P .,lazier Cooisln1 OlonoA.. S. Gal, (tel. Co.

No. 32. No. 2 . No. ot. N.2/. No111. 1S8. Neo.o. No. 37. I
DD 100(ever)se0 sotomein et he cap 00off thepen ing0or)at1shor t tncetad inthe form of)acure -
poitednof ountain)penland thentlook dad ) 0 hence the phrase"Lucky Curve." Thi curvdend is
finlly take8a0piece0)ofpter1a)d wipof the ozzle?01 made00so tha1tohn ts1f1c)0is11)position it ill111ust
11000u hav ou 0110 be1sure it was0ot0a ParkertLucky ochagaint theidoftth barrl. OTis facealso has
CreFountalin 000. alittle sit or) Imoltu ttthhc ommunites0wth t1e00ain
"What' Doyouomean o say(that thisommt)on andchannoeothtofeeder. Justas sonase fountain8is
disareeblefetue stlob iinaI~td inthelParker.' inveted), asiltis the) carrid)intphekt, the ink
Most ceanlytwedo, ilr)t0 pre)v01t1111) toble 110 passs own000t1rough11the1inkichannel, which s a cpil-
famous Luck Curvetwas inveted. lacychnnli,)to e outh 0)fte feder, whereit ii
"Th.))why is it eeyonletwhous Ca fountain p00losto)ndelvrd0)to o thetsidofothebarre)l dhbyit caried
not huy0 Pakr?" alonto)thereservoir,
Simtply hbecause aol teteed channel
soepeople do not IIIII, s qicly 0epted.
take time0the8same as Costquently woben
000 do, )to 1i1form 110 000 is t)net re-
themselves as to0 what100v00 from theoPar-
)to buyand hat not THIS SOWS HE LUCK0000000E lker Pen, the nozzl
to buy, and by om~thing)me000010because1they donot is foud asl yad 1 c an40 a1100)nOthe pen was first put
inorthemselves of somet)1hing better. in tepocket. Itntommon)11an100old stolepenntaf
"aButillyou please tell mehowl it isth LukyCurve ot)r makes notingthastbeenOmdeto p)01i00 tor care
maks he.)ParkerOOcleanly wen h ers s005ollhe fgers." oinlkin the feedchannel atrtheopen has been 01'
Very gladly, tureto toc00e01anoduwtiothtohasauedsoamony
To ILLUSTRAT lckenedfingerstand d0ssatisfation in using.
081I 188 C~tNo intelligentperotouold, knowingly,.run ino
In thecmmontkid ofounain)pens youwillOfind, Itroble 1if(t)eycold avoid)it; nd asafe rule in ee.
if you unscrewte noozle from t1110barrel,11141 t1)0chaingafnlotainopen ando)thbeimose~d uona,is to
feeder i u lot10 coextensive0010owittethread end, 0unscrew)thnleand0examine0tethread end.
Unse the Parker and yoo wil) fiad the 10ee00r 0110n0- See that it has 180 Lncky Carve.
Tho e otahr equally rooddoeasns pto, ltnorlitlo klet181, "Ifoos.It Has the Lucky Curvt."1
Let ns snd i; asoataog. leaseark yordealbr.
THE PARKER PEN CO,, Janesville, Wis,

WbA IN1-001.1)
Chinese Chop-Suey' Restaurant
I iottogo e IiItoAil0Ii0O)0ltIttt lt,. o
al uids v rting; ttst -cao't' t
F. J. SCH-UH
SANITARY PLUMItNGi
and Electric Students' Supplies,
A SPECIALTY
F SCHTUH, 207 E. Washigoa St.
ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

PICK'.ICK
J p'41 Bow1ing Alley

S. ROTTENSTEIN
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MILWAR, THE TAILOR

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