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May 05, 1907 - Image 4

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T4'Tl MC'.i11 A ATLY

Hoeg'S
Q: AlarmiIClocks
Break o' Day
~J 75c
Signal. 89c
Persian Lawn -29c
Shandlon Bells Toilet Soap
10rkt.NOWOf I9c a Box
HOAG'S
Home Supply Store.
C r lanand Wa eaglt t..
Occidental Hotel
We Cater to Banquets, Etc.
Hlixson Lunch o Ypsilanti
DOTl, JACKSON and CHICAGO RY.

PEANUT--S
Fresh Roasted, pr -l Oc
We bu~y int car-load lots and roast daily.

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DEAN ft. CO., Ltd..

214 S. Main St.

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High Class Clothing
The largest display of F~inte C2lothitng ever baroutghlt to
this market. We ate tdesirotis of calling sour attention
to the beatittifittl creation: we htave iit1blue atnt gray suits.
'These snits are mostly of worsted. The coats are
mtade either single or dloubile breasted, fit so perfectly
that we are a sottrc.e of great aittovtattce to the tailors.
It wottldl le a pleasttre toi talk clothting oliOtt o any
time.
Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
200-202 Souath Malmt St.

CAtLENI)AR,
Slit7,-lit I liit l e i x a \i tnui :
' e ia tl t i ]('a te, at i nn.
Alait , Regentis'ileititig.
May tt -.iidig 'I 511 ttt ~I" lw iltII
Sli t an 7 lIi i siii t t it 11 . l1,ch
'1naIi llnt i I t)i ]
After 111(011 i i nvi (atic 1t 11c1
liii m~ 1), tli.Harardtati eti
liet yr.iue Yattle adltiiu d il

It ettitild surprise youiito
knii it100ill tttCit cattiy we
soi to tie stitteitt trade.
iOur canities are fresht a id

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illc Iai c t ,t (> Iii t rcitti 8 .11 )_ and ~Ii tilnarktlandutua il il " cf ~
111 ii 1 tl -.itii ilt tti if. titc i tilt' isbo k' Coc
ii liii ii tit le i r t x ti tutt. i ItP. Im
til l al"l tt I Iiti iii tuu it is <1 111 .tti - tllll t 1111' . " i ci7 p
7:1 1 t it 3I t ). L t11 ting ihti )I-i day. J'li i n. 1)11);)
lf'iii t i t i ll. i ii itt x St1 f1' l o i f19 4itit tuafi
Twelve, Good Breakrasts
In One
Package ofSHREDDED WHEAT
Ift xou boyytii ptc kaogtescat Shredde~dWsheait Biscuit
ferar tquartr-thc rc getl tr pritc-s theattI t.tdei.tc totts,
ttucsclc--ittakittg, strcit na gi to lit tkfast for a pennttty-
ttt~, ore ral rnutritttetit thataistoCbe ftouatnd in atty otiher food
inthet world for thc satttc utitac. Itnittaits \A1L1 the.
bocdy-liuildittg clcmets itt the wholeti whcat,ttade~t digesni-
ble by stcar-Cookittg, slhrcddittg and ltakinig.
If yio scrvc
SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUIT
properly yout will likc it bcttcr thatn any otcer cerealiifoaod.
IT SH-OULDI ALWAYS BI' I ILA~TI) IN WIF
O.VEN cisn enotigh to restore crispness atnd flavor.lior
btreakfast, pour hitt milk over it, then add a littrle creamt
antda dash oif salr. In is tisoa deliciaus in comibinaitotn
with fruits, If yotu like te Btsccutt for
creamed breakfast, yoti will ltke 1 IS-
oysters or CU IT-the Shredded Wsheat
vegerales. VWafer-as a 'Toast wtth but-
ter or cheese, for luncheon or
any nieal as a sutbstittre tor
whsite flouir bread.I
Our snis illutreted
cook hook is
senttfree.
S The Natural Food Co.
at H Nagara Falls, N. Y. % , >.-

I:i tl t it iciirttu it criii taki, is
ulrpitt foilthe- witim i l t ~
Ict lit- i mi i nt1. he it ortld. \lt
lihl ii lii itt and i id e' catils i
St lii I is ntg g uts I I lemct itr. Svr
to i. Sit I ipins Ive o
N~s it , andility atct t e isrepars
t. iate it.i Cll teutk ittt. taller's,11,e1o
sin !( S r . mtiitt strt cosdln
AncI, rit-v s g~ d err tay. N itee
Sngl~ itl d tt oit menilts a lid er'sti5Jlewt
er tie , Ma tyir. sttre reet.cod
11111 It li t e latttp'iS 51S.oo R i
-A11 Kn ht. ig h lte or sa ra ttat"ete
itt :\tigittai, 70n Ut tveRot'seottd
5 .' i J ittiy Stre.Alrin atst isat. or
'ticket fr i t a hm os .R in.
Silt s. Each t i cketr tiforseram-
li V ughl 77( N U ivesir tvnu
pie. F its... OC tits r,6ii E.i ll-i
S it, Itres . d attil I tro sr Iit
t;i o r 1 i ,5 I ne It st ott e-
Rowe's Laundry
THIOMAS ROWE, Prop.
326 N. Fith Ae.
Hot Lunch
At T'ttls's. 338 S. Stat.
BIJOU
HIGH CLASS
VAUDEVILLE
HARDIE LANGDON
Saing Cnmediane
HARLAND & ROLLISON
Navelty 7isical Atitsa
HOWARD TURNBJULL
Ilutrated Ballad
CORINA SISTERS
Singers, Dacer, Cage Artits
RENZ & PANTZER
Cmedy Acoban
Two Shows Nightly, 7:30-9 20c
Matinees, Tuesday, Thursday, and
:Saturday, tOe

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HENRY (Q CO.
TAILORS / 'I' i/F High Class
FURNISHERS . II l Merchandise
HATTERS I Popular Prices
Divetly North of Law Btillimg
709-711 NORTH UNIVERS┬žITY AVENUE

The Harvard Medical School
BOSTON, MASS.
it it t.It i i ttlite titi itt tioo then wbitindt . wthi edt i t'tt t i t i i lt tb ':tt
N a this schl nowt a s nt ac iltit e ti I ilnet fortealiii i ii.titl riseartt it tli
buildintgs. four are idcte tie t tirety tt dad irtoti al itein tug eeaci.7
nuimieroust talsttt st on a ft otrdettaiittt ottti tutottitiefrt-iita tintrutiontt
in medicinte andsurgery.
COURSE FOR THE DGE OF . 1.
A tott escoutcire, lipesniitotatelor at, it littltir. philosoph iy o itlle
atnittaoprsofeeiitct e t andi itt ietailsii to te tug f it t. 1'11estuitso
t-he fttrtttyeartareti hloheletriveth iiy in lide hat oaoy u j s i frinct
itW , Ienr tigitey ati ttespeti ad riticla nchtites.
't~te netie ctoiyear tettnde tfromutepitit Iee-tltd)it)ll i iit. wt-
Centti for iltustrttate ataogue:aites
I HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL, IBostotn, Mast.
OR SATURDAY MAY 10
The jolliest place in DETROIT
will open~ wide its gates
to the public
E lectric rark
Presemtin~i
MESSMORES
Fighting thc Flamcs
The Behby Incubators
The Beautifual Electrical Fotanta in
The Down and Out Tower
Shoot the Shoots --- holler Cookster
and dozens of other f-rt-amakang a nd
a~nertxent devices.

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7--Acres of Solid Fun and Amusement-

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60 L aVGHS IN 60 MINVTES
Electric Park - Detroit
JMFFrlMSON AVE. and BELLE ISLE BRIDGE

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