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Haag'
75c
Sigtal, 9
Perian I1a -vii29c.
SlhatdOct 1Belk I filteal)
ir' 1 ,iffc~r I~c a Box
llome Suppiy Store.
(;f- lainsadso ~ l 0 1 s .
Occidental Hotel
We Cater ItotBanquests, 1 Ic.
H"ixson Lunch= Ypsilanti
DETROITI,-JACKSON oaldLCHICAGO1)RY.

]Fresh Koa,,ted, b- l10
We buin Ira ar-toe . lots arnd roast daily.

DEAN (ft CO., Ltdc.,

214 S. Main txSt.

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ITrgesitiplay otfIFinec ( ot lng ever lirotyhi to
thits marlket. \e are deseirottsof calling yourattention
ttihi e ea tifultcrti on01: tineIt ivein lu lttt dttlgraysit
'Itese 'tiits ate miostily of 'vorsted. The coats ate
mtile either single or double hireasted, fit so perfec tty
that we ate a soturce of great antnoyanee to the tailors.
It woutifldie a tic asttre toi talk Clothing with y ott any
timte.
Reu le, Conlin & Fiegel
200-202 souath MaiaSt.

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THE ATIJAT. OOL) c. ,NI.tSh rded W11e.WeN.

Ro we's Laundry
THIOMAS ROW[-, Prop.
126 N.FifthltAve.
Ho t Lunch
At Tnttlr's. 338 S. State

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TAIL WS g High Class
TILR S]1J1an merchandtse
HATTERS "TIM Ppular Prices
Diretly North of Law BSuildirxg
709-711 NORTH UNIVERSITY .AVENUE

Here are t/ie Reasons
Wf'y The Fox 73pewriter isa Better
┬žIjPewriter T/han AIny Other TIypewriterI
It HasPerfet tsiblle Writing. Th eseniewrtingline sin diretline of
visinoftheoperator and a1the aterwrttelreainnsso-doesntlpatsout of
sghlunder any partofthesmachan.
It Hoasanselnrhtg Surface for the Type Bars of 16Y2 Inches. (Other
vie lypetices4 )j [his admits oflthee of ea type bar 'it of an inch wide--f
~' an aetl ut/tl/e bar-giveo the Fox 'Visible the durability and petsmanence of
al~ignent oflthe "blind" macihines, a hitberto impossihle thing in the cntuto
of iiblietypewriteus.
It Hat Interchangeahle Cariages. This means if you own a Fox that
you do not hare 1o hoy aonew typewriter whet you net d a io cin ae'i apce
/ior yutrOtma tcn, sieopiy Ply the carriage. It is instantly in
changeahle with the one already on the typewtler.
It Has A Tabsalator. Eery sachine is supplied with a tabulator, whicht
lor billiog, inoicing and tahulating higures is practically indispensable. lt is
furnishcd frteilheachu tutu inre.
Is Hat an Automtic Two-Color Ribbon Movemeont. The ihhon requires
not the slightest attention from lhe opertornefroo the tisne it is pat on the machisne
utliisewon out. It oscillates so that i en/itre slurface is usued, aod
hy simply touchiog u huttoo inisth ey 1,ictudyea print a seconsd color a
diesired.
It hatta"Speed" Escapemeetsothatshy implyamongualevr'he
muchite acoasodatesitself to she speedof a fast or slo operator, (this prevnts1
a fat operrc" pdling " Ileeson aslow machine.)
You ought to have these features in your
Typewriter to secure the best and most f
economical results -they are all fudotnly I
in the NEW FOX VISIBLE.
TheypItctithe Fox allay in the lead of ull comeatiors.
Letos provethis toyoo in yous on ofce
Cataftogue on application
FOX TYPEWRITER COMPANY
Factory ttd ExersutiveOffice
Front Street, Grand Rapids, Misuh.
Btanchesd Rpsenties iall Ciie.

The Harvard Medical School
IBOSTON, MASS.
Ni 11i1t it' ll~t I (Ii'lit I i' 11111 ttt t iti t'n(,. wtit h'i wtill' itt titd St " i n Iwr Iti
vart im I t itt l utluti i lp ti i 'i111 tl ttiitittl li 'ttit)s r a ed n thsc oty (I til e I tit'
Ianldnri, ou ar d nt c tstrte 't I~oI' tl)' rtiorti o it o nd. sIac , .IIt
nnnerattii~i ti a~tiif r lu d n p orn iiso circ lisrtt
ilteicn id u ttV tl lltte Srlt otes as

BIJOU
HIGH CLASS
VAUDEVILLE
H "RIE LANGUON
Singing Catseuianssr
HARLAND & ROLLISOLN
Noveity :'uittl tArtist'
HOWARD TURINBULL
IllustratrdtBlltad
CORINA SISTERS
Sitgers, atces, LChangeArtlss
BENZ & PANTZER
C oedy Acrsobats
Two Shows Nightly, 7:30-9 20c
Matitnees, Tuesday, Thursday, anid
Saturday, t0c

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ALWAYS AHIEAD) IN
STYLES

MIL WARD,

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