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March 12, 1907 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1907-03-12

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EASTfER
CAN WO IES
H LIV'Ier's
Lowney's
Allegrette's
(inI t he r's
Easter POsta
Carids
E! E.l kis
D)ruggist
.324 S. State Street.

.ALARF CLOCKS !HACK AM)CXRR IIAGE HIRE
lCnapman's Jewelry Store
206 SOU1 TH AIN S5151"I'1
I BRANCH STORE1 Al 3 3
204 South State Street j11I
1 1 I )1 3 F M I ' 1 33 . X 1'tsor; epairc . ?yes careftilly titter
1 :1I Xl IT F I1" ~T t-' 1-I 31 . Gefo Iorge I hller, Nll)))street
P! P 1 11 11 tlin 1)ressoil 23c t<ir s, toc
tt i 2 i l I liller & O'CPno r f). tf
. ~t~i I i? t1t "<tllir1c E 3- \ 1)a 3 tl~ ,lt rrl .t, ctr

A New Fad ill the Latest Cravat
It takes one million yards to make one pound of Xart Fibre
Silk.'There are twenty filiments to ech thtread,
No wvonder they wsear like iron.
The only hIou-s that ha;s them in the city.
Linden schmi-itt, Apfel & Co.'s
To lfnga,,e the Assembhly R~oonms, or Orchestra, call at
n y ,rt ft . y ffCC. s the resedence is con
t 1 Actd wth the building,
clers are ret-leto annotince themselv es. Please ring.
,.,. , " FL~i'ii' CLASP G(ARTrERS
,t i o ,r*t) 1tt (ii l ) i +4 W1tff 03 P -fife fifet popu)lafr gartersff0
VA 1 tI T e :'tlasp igs oforst-the secrt is
j E i !idi1. Its asflat asa sheetof paper and
t_ Ma1 ii 1 hde of puresilk elasticfefbbine-
4 o 10 1 1.11l e ra >.25cent; apair, all dealers
ate.y o h ! i 1If hof)prfescrd garter, we offer
XV) i
PIONEER 4SUSPEND7-R CO.,71a St. Philatelphia

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D., Y., A. A. eA J. RIAILWAY
Int

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Xi i ff111fm fpins ), fs 1andSpoons. 11lal
Winter Joys,
C011c ff111 o t i t)) wh o efot ii tl}by studfrtf it elthe itnd
ll'-cstioi-f lft c0] offfi f11d1 trt f f f mi ~t els fand ovefrtcofats-.

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Shredded Whole
Wheat
istefood1111thatfMl f - ttilcst
f it) 11f1 f) c if it iet St i Ik ofi
play~ if)crl)-e it is ilt IIItit
teat - ttlfkitti', . ttsfle - ifttilifff
elettffffls 'ff1)] if). e e It is SO)
ff01) i tile.-ted1. It rives tile
it ]iifft~i-r 1 11 1 uil~s ffil 11,1
th t 1 1 e t 1 ) tl fffr 11 ii i
Stotk , 'ft i-ct.it is tlie til11e as
the Ilife flit iNc-4ptttI itisCM
prsc:lIntotif atfe~r faliis11d
steafi uffwt tl ottead.c))
At all lue- rs. (lOt*tr newlifts-
frtel Cook 1(})kikl st Ifree.

S it ticti-y tali niCf t saftisiffa tor
pist-iltcr it- O'Cionor,1uio F,.IWill-
I I ( i w f( i l 1 ;II 1 ii 3 i 1 % lpc
\I"Il- .3(I'11 i (m - t 1 thr c
If
IrnIcSl'ig a fcomplite ine io]ff11]d
wiliwi deiIi hot ilc ifee lor ihociltle,
wiith anlabinceeofwhippeod creiam.ftt
if C (mr eP leciiin tickets.,idiatce proi
1 17 l?. V.Ilin:;ton teet;clprfifteof f
Ii NI Michiganf 13m)1, Inander, Aliut-
In S, '1 i totc, Uiv erirt113News-Ihetter.
C. .-ndbookian itkY ost's Great Bootk
IIFotaliilOSeciooldOmega, etc.
\\3 (1 o iire poin)tig iir the studfet
')1l tan all other shops comibined
;lio one ourow iiiiliing, Mayttartd
'trcit, ofifteif f GrafgerCs Acailemy and)
Juf, nrth of SchoolfIof Mufsic. tf
e 3A1 \\I) 1.) 1333
1 i11, 1 1T 1 al (I \\ i if r
,l 1h . ' , 1. (" f t~( 1 .;
; l~ t 1 1t c e a i t ( , c', 1 1 _, . , t ill t I i e .: j l ;
B. ( iou .Th"1tlllea ti te'
POL -ITE V11AUDEVt ILLE
Alwysaood Show! (r. lIn t
8X lal~ At
[W)I ttW iiiL 8
Niht
Alwysa Good SIfo)
C.8esechop-SueyARestauan
7.0 nd 9tefn.0 li~tnffefr

Freshmen ! Sophomores! Juniors!
Seniors ~Professors !
The beet is notto o ICood f;uryoff Yeou can't afford to
waste yor tm attitnce1,, 1 11(0t heliold-style fountain 11eff
Boy a Self-1hflier, nit] /iil j ffe practictoatuad sutccessful
Self-IFiling IFota inlPerf1 i
IDUIILI I@FillingPE
"T he pen swit the :I o :t ille]!r-thte device that made c
self-fillitgt peItpoibile, practieaI ttd perfect."-
Don' becied. 1 cceptnt)] bt the genainet/
Cnl. ) AllI the effllerse inf)th e ffleiientat iift l~
stage.f Te C 1.1 f pef01et-ben n th e market
fur1 Cers Uedand3)1)1 3vnddlbyfthousands o
student ,andIcoll ee rfie r.Posesses althesupnr-
ior advantafesof tl Ili -tfouain pefs)supflemnend
by thfo1llowing dit stina d feiabl felturs)
Pi11s and cleans ttself. No dropper.
No inky fingers. No bother.
No joints to leak. No clogging.;:,
Nothing to take apart.
A dip in any ink, a touch of thumb to iklcecn ilradpni ul ed owie
Why lake 5any ehanes? IOrder a CONKLIN
SELF-FILLING FOUNTAIN PEN. Gunaran-
teed satisfactory. BookiFee upfon rolqnest, fet~ing -
aba)))tis ewonderful tien). 1'M'a~ilfactff ed only by
The Conklin Pen Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold in Ann Arbor by
GEO. WAHR'S
TWO BOOK STORES.

SThe Natural Food Co.
Niagara Falls, N. Y.

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