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1.1t N I CI GA N DAILY

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ALAPTI LOCIK HACK ANDI CA~RIAGE HIRI
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BSRANCHI STOW: AT
204 South State Street

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A New Fad in the Latest Cravat
A Scarf Made
From Wood
It takes one milIlion yards to make one pound of Art Fibre
Silk. There are twenty filiments to each thread.
No wonder they wear like iron.
The only house that has them in the city.
Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.'s
To ngage the Assembly [looms, or Orchestra, call at
raner' Acdcm ofice As the repedence is con
Gran~er's acted swith the building,
callers are requested to announce themselves. Please ring.

{ te ti'l'w tit111-1- cot classes repaired. Eyes carefutlly fitted
<i ci 1 I v liel i i SIiiii' aniltested.(George Hlter, NMainstreet
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Wheat
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lie lIi -etiit exe I'llttat it is Cottt-
lirtl -iti to a wssstl-tatitl is tt etl
its aTO'11AST for tti meal i-
steadtol if slte fltotrtbread.
A~t tll gitit t s. Ottr tess lien-
traei.:ttt-k ttttk isc -eat frIee.

Sttits tiresseid 25e; tritttsers, toe.
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tor - l-IFlsicitinili. l t ork.al
Get sottr electiott tickets, dance pro-
-ramls, etc., at lt ANN ARBOR PtRESS,
ti7 y, tW ashintgtoni street ; printers of
Ilte tMichiigan D~aily, Itlattder, Atttn-
tt-, 'lechtiic, Uttiversity News-Letter,
S. C. A. HIatidbiook, Yost's Great Book
o11 l'.)tttll Hight School Ottega, etc.
\e litotioretpttttintgliar Ite sttudet
-tt r~t. oppotsite Gtattger's Academty attt
-itt tino ithlo Sd tiittt of Mutsic. tf
lit ly lit daid Ictd
IBijou Theatre
POLITE VAUDEVILLE
7Always a Good Show
8 Headline Acts 8
T OSHOWS N1t1ITLY 20c
7.3t0 and 9.0 = L
SAT( RIAY, 3.00 - -lc
I Amateurs Wanted for Friday
Night.
SWAI KING LOO
Chinese Chop-Suey' Restaurant
(leo.-gre eRow & Joe, Proprietors
fltc r ladtiesn enlnn
1101it1i '1lte 22. 314 S. Statei Stt

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Freshmen! Sophomores! Juniors!
Seniors ~Professors !
The bost is tntoe too good for you. You cant afford to
waste yoortie antdpattience with the old-style fountain pen.
Boy a Self-IFillerantidhlere iso nly one practia and successful
Self-illinigltFotaitn Penn It ts
CONKLIN'S Self-
"1The pen uwtth the Ctreocetit Ftir-the devtce that made c
self-illing liens possible, practtcal and perfect" -
Doit't be deceived. Accepittothiog but tko geouioe
Cooklin. All osel -filolers are in theoexpertimttoal til
stage. the FConikl inistperfect-been ott the market
for years. Used aitd recomtented by thousands of
studets and college tprnfessors Possesses all tho sopor-E"
or advnas of the bestfnunta it pros suppleotented
by the followitgdistuit and destrable Ieaius
Fils and cleans itself. No dropper.
No inky ftngers. No bother.
No joints to leak. No clogging.!
Nothing to take apart.
A dip in any ink, a touch of thumb to
nickel crescent filler and pen is full,
ready to write.,
Why take any chancels? Order a CONKLIN
SELF-FILLING FOUNTAIN PEN. Guaran-
rood satisfactory. BoFrnn eet-cuton request, telling -"
about this wonderful pen. Maitufactured only by%;f
The Conklin Pen Co., Toledo, 0.
Said in Ann Arbor by/
GEO. WAIHR'S
TWO BOOK STORES.

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