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March 21, 1907 - Image 4

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TilE I MICHIGAN DIALY

EASTER
CANDIES
Huyler's
Lowney's
Allegrette's
Oiuntther's
Easter "Postal
Cards
E, E. Calkins,
Druggist
S324 S. State .Street.
ID.. Y.. A. A. M~5 J. RAILWAY
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A LA RFIC LOC KS HACK AND CARRIAGE HIRE,
Cnapm lan's Jewe!t ry Store i ,I1 1M..a i . o1.l c<ii)t,ttsu rmt 1 )
206 S(l eli SMAIN SIR E II I tl~"1 ll" crc
iritiii iWatcIi ii 1 tO li11wfi Mill S S
BR~ANCHI SIOkOLAlTI OPJ 7s &CO. 1 A. s-I
204 South State Street W. I

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klow hv1 o 1 ICiiiiandy iwe
sill to the siiudentitriade.
Ouir csadls are fresh anid
goo. hIs Ii lion ros.

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FOWXN ES
KNOW ibIS S URE'1 I

A New Fad in the Latest Cravat
A Scarf Made
From Wood
It takes one million yards to make one pound of Art Fibre
Silk. There are twenty filiments to each thread.
No wonder they wear like iron.
T[he only house that has them in the city.
Lindenschrmitt, Apfel & Co.'s
To Engage the Assembly Rooms, or Orchestra, call at
Academy Offi edhcedwwith ththteebuiloding,
callers are requested to announce themselves. Please ring.
FLAT CLASP GARTERS
a"' ° 'p d4are 00c5orn ann iyyvsn4,000,000 leg-the mst popular garters for
g3+e's wr. Thfe pteitedi flat cap brinmgs comfort-the secret is is
its niii-binding, nion-imitatinig hldi. It's as flat as a sheet of paper ad
hd;the soik as sootistfieckf. Made of pre silk elastcwbbisg.
All metal parits of easynickel piatediblies.s 25 cents a pair, all dealers
orbymilpepa'id. I'vethose who prefer a cord garter, we offer
LOCK-GRIP 7
BiRIGII VON GARTERS 1
Th vetaeuexadnoacmorl e icord gartertmade The
ruhbedianondhld~wthavce1lke ip tisatwill scv r slip Will
notinuretefimtliue. Te 1smliest smossthet flttet grip ever
u~edoa-ordarts ii if litwbini. Mtal p'etsheavy
o 1l.t d s2 sad i~c ailSalersoeyoailpraid.
PIONEER 50 PENDCS CO.,713 Mar ect St, Philadelpha.
vS ,r o - .4p e iv,
Freshmen ! Sophonmores ! Juniors!
Seniors ~Professors!
The best is none too good for you. You can't afford to
waste yoitr time ad patience with the oldsyle fountain pen
Buy a Self-iller, and there i only one pracical and successful
Self-Filling 1 o 05dm Pen. It is
CONKLIN'S elf. PE
"The pen wsith the Crescent Filler -the device that made
self-filling pens possible, practical and perfec."
Don't be de ceisved Accept nothing but the genuine A
Conklin. All othr sclf-fillers are in the eperimental
stagelThe Conkin is perfect-been on the market
for years. Used and recommended by thousands of l{ /
studeints and collcge professors. Possesses all the super-
for advantages of the best fountain pens supplemented
by the foloing dstinct sod desirable features :/
Fills and cleans itself. No dropper.
No inky fingers. No bother. i

No joints to leak. No clogging.
Nothing to take apart.
A dip in any ink, a touch of thumb to" r
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 upon request, teLing #-
about this wonderful pen. Manufactured only byThCokiPeC.,old,.
Sold ini Ann Arbor by
GEO. WAHR'S
TWO BOOK STORES.

You Cannot Get Strength from+
unless yoti supply ma-
terial for repairing
muscular waste fbr
replenishing the Uncirtrs
expendcd. The htllimani
engine must lhavcftiel. ,
Strength comes from 0
a nitrogenous food
that is easily digested.
9SHREDDED WHOLE WHEAT
is rich in thle prclteids thsat repair the
daily «waste tf tissue andclnetveforce.
It cntainls all the buods--bslllti. ele-
ments in the wvhole-reheat grain, masice-
digestible by steamn-cooking, shred-
ding and baking.
Noproicess has evie been devised tatf ilili iimake
oats oisv orar s nti iiitiovsroras ecolic digesic'dfai
wshole ssheai - thc' fodiofithihc' maniii a c vis r
4,000 scars.
A breakfast at SHREDDED WHEAT BIS-
CUJIT writShalotar said milk or creae-til
supply the energy ear a wnhale day's mark.
TRISCUIT is the samte as the Bisauit, eanept
that it is satmpressed enta a mater and is
used as a TOAST tar aey meal, instead at
wehite lar bread. At all groers.
The Natural Food Co.
NIAGARA FALLS, N . "T ALL INTESHES

1'hcis workaiuir' i iiiindi, of
lw i'iieww iers " i cpciel
a ( ii' iwith us for i- siii hi s

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\T' XXiiii'S CANi5 'ORRkiifthsey
arec nowis esc-us ,> a css v iitv lie ovisaiii-
witll an ahllvi ssce of siilipi'ii cc-itis. i;
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POLITERVAUEVOLLER
B3EN
LASKA
T he Canmpus Magician
Is aps- iiiig aithilic 3lj ithis
sicCatii huhsalaiti
Amateurs Wsanted for Fr'day
Night.

ALWAYS AHIEAI) IN
STYLES

MILWA' , THE TAILOR

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