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April 11, 1907 - Image 4

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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

UNIERIT OFCHCAOJA LARfI CLOCKSHACK AND CARRIAVE HIREI
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THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO________________________ ________________________
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AI'XXI III'S CANDY SI'ORF tGil')
are now se51rv ing a compilete line (of 51111
wishes wrii t ot coffee or chocolate,
wlith10an abund ante of whtippeil Cr1111, 1
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ttg lbyskilledi workmitent.Halier's Jew-
'.lry Sttre, Main street, eod
Saltictotrytailttrt; at'satisiaciors
trices idVler &Cf tottttt,,6iqiE.XWill
amt street. t.
It' tr ottiflJXX'&sisstams tindSlt'k
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'1i he' 1MUS1IiC cdith liir 1 -"how
Rowe's Laundry
'TlHOMAS ROWI', Prop.
326 N. Fifth Ave.
N w It itt H t4; Bel Ii t 1 :) l

A- .New Fad 111 the Latest Cravat
A Scarf Made
From Wood
it takes one mill Aio yards tot makoneCtiCptond of Art Fibre
Silk. T[here are twenty filiments t each thread.
No wonder tltey waear like ironl.
The only house that has them in the city. q
Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.'s
S To lEngage the Assembly RooH~ms, or Orchestra, call at
ranger's Academy Offic . Ame ted;thtllebuildig
callers are requested to rinnounce themnselvs . Please ring.
KI TON
~ BFL T-.:?a SP GARTERS
prevent, chsafig ni ng ndcI i t I I It I ~t ci l heBigh
T'r~d Star F t l i (atirtis a fiiiat it-ur Itands. XX\V ttorn by it wo al
lacoforttttittt' t!c .XMal fp ilkeasi f ebig
mal epi. For wo psrefr a r tartsr'weavepfec
BRIGHTON GARTERS
While thtey are titijeki}'attdleasily sd tt , c i liyet teyliattet"
firnt grip of all cord gatr T hDe ilk siile rubbsler diass ,,
grips wvith a bttll dog tentacity. Noiteallrvr' teat if tiheocs
Can't sprng looseo e cit e Iir c idttt e ta ll ti t ached.si it' I. Xli
finest qluality w i ng;ltti talltInstallpart;thei li c kepltdc I
brass. 25c and 50c atpair, all deals or mi lsa , pretail..
PIONEER SUSPENOCO CO., 713 kir!taet St., Philadelphia
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POWER
SHREDDED W HOLE WHEAT
It si)lista'stilt streatest
tsilt ll t oli tlt ii lt cilt ill
tilterXialtitItli the casiiit tax
liii)ts, tli vita Itit e t Clv I tl
Ctilt i I r alp r theItiIt sc IIIo
the w t stc- theatsg11Its ad
diges ti e irt. sisal XX tc 't'sitt,
I a at , illiatianl li ai i n it
iirg iaato f the "ook1-tCoeta
I~i iIn," ind now till s t he 5I-T as -
4111t it fsta i'Tr 4111" ilur 1d4himselfhr
,kXpcs Xi' by isity-s, as1t1 ', llowe
siati lrstillivingha~stmaeItt hi
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Yov . geta
Ho0t Lunch
AS T'.tttta'a 338 S. State
The lVicligall Seal
'The tirigintal salfthe l us e srity
wits tdesigits'iby11 hetilt' itt'oi o r a %-l t
inn ite tniteroit'. lin latti t Ieat's
XMilitaiit<Artoldthle jeweler, eIttli'lic
the i l t ifprtiteing lie ,(al i tins,
o it \-i -li'' fri tot7tt tent';ts, *-,-00,
boarstds iittv le It itlfrio $2.100 t$:11.0
BIJOU Theatre
POLITE VAUDEVILLE
Amateurs W~anted for Friday
Nfight.

Freshmen! Sopiomores! Juniors!
Seniors,. Professors !
The best is nontlooa good for fda. You can't afford 10
waste ytar timet antdIpatilence 'with te od-Istyle foontinpent
Buy a Seif-IFilleand11he11e1ismly/oe lpractica;anmd successfutl
Self-il10ling 4o1ntiltien. It is
CONKLIN'S Self
Filling E
"T7[he pen 'awitthetCricent Fhi!ler-the desvice that made
self-filling pens possiblte, practical and perfect."
Dontbe deceised. creptnotigout thiegenuine
Connkltn. All other self-ilers are ttt th eeperitmental S
ntage. The lConklinis pefrct-becen ontthIe ntarket
for years.Used and rectittmtnded by thousands af /
students and college professors.Possesses all the sutper-I
far advantages of thhe es fountatnapena supplemettd(
by the folloing distitict and desiraIt. features
Fills and cleans itself. Noldropper
No inky fingers. No bother. u
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 chances? Order a CONKLIN
aSELF-FILLING FOUNTAIN PEN. Guarant-
teed stisfactory, Bask Freeopon requeat, ielling -
about this wonderful pen. Mattofactured only by
Tite Conklin Pen Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold in Ann Arbor by,
GEO. WAHR'S
TWO BOOK STORES.

A hreahfost et SHREDDED WHEATBtSCUItT. twith hnt norntod nilk or creamo, will
toppte the eoergy fur uauwhnle dart'shr.TRtSCIT i3 the samte as the Biscuit, tnrept
that it is rnnmpressed into, a wofer and is uted as a TOAST fee aoy meat, instead of white
Aauehbread. Atoallngrer.
'I'll \TNX''IIT l.I"OO)CI) C(0. NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y'.

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