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The Michigan Daily, 1906-09-25

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

LAMPS
I '1!Tw.(1 r:Student linowith Whit :shade, $2.25 1to $6.oo
itoRo(yal w ithsii white shade, - 75C to $I.50
11 o 'on Ilipo ~liillttO - - - $1.oo to $5.0o
tf l aoip T11)otop to - - - o to 75c
(Ctr Red Star Oil his nto clial in quality in this narket.
It ,0hit ight. (lollit smoke the chimney, does not fill
'a51 ,,ii tsikenting o(lor. Sold in Ann Arhor only hy
DEAN ft CO., Ltd., 214 S. Main St.

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him. w~c born t W lkelt Bareli a.
forcolee t C atam1O t.1ad am
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TheStin-Bloch amous
Cothing
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. High grade Woolen
Fabrics, skillfully and ho nestl1y
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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IIIME. I'ii &1. 1IORtEDtiCigaretteini tirely tnew ifoyou oa .Tee saV.asty
vomttictt&lIitrtdCiars. Acomoplte Mlonievry net.. Ne ri-maef fnetI
tne of oliittttiig articles. We arOtagenit, Proof 1110x1fee). mblm'W fIh
for DoEUT & Co LIsNMAN& Co. aod 3 P 111est0111uattttyinner11ik001 iittinces. At
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R. E. JOLLY. state St. 1. S. LIND)QUIST, Btox 14, Ohertin, Ohio.
D. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY Enocih Dieterle
two hostilos 10 in.ol51.0.,ot OOY Embalmer and Funeral Director
SpecillCorn to.Jaostt0 a110. 0, an111elery 21.0 v.lt~t~'011
tilt tours ontitl 11:10 p, . 20S 4hAeo.ei nesm
loner111001servtie to Detrollt1:15 a. Iii., to Phtone 4054,Ann Arbor.
9:15p. m., Iten11:1.._____________________
'Two-Ihour otalrvice 01 Jao :5 .r
WATIG OO. URNST.o SMI. w ro U$ of M, BARBER SHOP

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Students' Supply Store
list Opetletd. All kintds of St tilbeft s'
Supplies. Call antd s100tis.
1111 S. University Ave.
oiholoi;.
COAT SHIRE'S
hour the qualily, a pearance anod
wearineg ahititiercusotom mide
farmetsh. 'White orecolor-fasi fhbiic.
r Onand off likeoacoat.
$1.50 and more
CLUETT, PEABODY & CO.
1as.Ala1 ~ksofioCollars and Shits in thoiWorld
MONEY LOANED)
aniditColraliscuority.
W. J. UOVRIM
10 4th Ave Oppoitie Court iottse
Twoidoorssothtof newY. 1. C. A
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Business Strictly Confidentilt

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Trojonowski State St.
STATE SAVINGS BANK
1.5. jioittl Jno. V. S110e110
Will. Arold l Dr1. V. C. Vaughaon
Jils. 11. Wade tE 1. Mills
N. J. Kyor John11 Iaaor
Jno.00011h tPrfIfIS.arhart
PALAIS ROYAL
2o4 E. Liberty St.
ALWAYS ONE PRICE
Vi-11(110and si .000010 in
AnnIIArhot lr' .010 ially1111
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U. (If M. Ban11j er,
Scrtap Blaskets
Rare Antigntes
Choiice ILamip Slladts
Iindiian Rulgs an1111 llgilugs
JaOpaniese Parasols
anld Llttl'ertls
All Kinqs' of Fatncy
D~ecorations.
BALY& EDMUNDS
S~Aporting Goos
21 Eaat Liherty Street.

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