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May 18, 1907 - Image 4

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T1,F: MOC?1 1 .AN BAT ,Y
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 1AIALvfl CLOCKS: NOTICE
The Summer -
Quartrt1W7e, the undersigned livery.
Ir ~ . Cnap.man's JRNxedry Soremen, will accept 11o more credit.
s . Ferms strictly cash from now
on, and all bills must be paid by
ROBtISON & CO.
r crtsrOR A JA. Ft. WALKER.
S204 South State Street W. H1. STARK.
THE UNIVERSITY SF CHICAGO ,

1IT IS NOT BY ACCIDENT I

Lois of people_
never worry about style,
just buy
FOWNESU
GLOVES
and hit it right.
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That Ounr
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clothes
Fit and wear and keep
their shape.
IT IS5 BRAINS in the
making of them.
TRY A TRY ON
A IPLEASURE

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Lindenschmitt, Apiel& Co.'s
To Engage the Assembly Rooms, or Orchestra, call at
ragr' cae y fic.nt tctede i l wthle building,
callers are requested to announce themselves. Please ring.

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1 It S' II,,( 1. Vach ticket go1111 for sham11
11: VtIhI I,70 , 11111 l CII) slav1en1e
ead

T welve" Good,. ,Breakfasts
In One
Package ofSHRED OLD WHEAT
Itf )111)v10 1111. -WO I s 1,11, (I f 18115C 111111 X 1IT 11iscu1t
fora UaS rter--1lc egu rC41 iT'-lIT 111 5III) 1 a deCickiou11s,
muTGscle-m1a UIking, strength- 111,,ivnrIrekfat Gtfor U V 11111 -
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ill thle wolrdfor Thesa oey'2181108. It conIIIainsIA Xi. the
bo~dy-bilingi lfellleents ill the'11w111o 111ITiciae Jigesli-
bsle by stGea1m-'cook ingllr SITS C 1111 l RI kinff
If y'ou Sserve
SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUIT
properly yoGu xwill likeit 111t1Cr 11111 a11y ortler cereai l ood
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OX'EN ju~st enGIGlgh tI)1CrIes toIisps111n1f5avor.1 1o1
breakfast, pour hot11n 801k 1)ve'r'i1, then Gadl a5little cream~
and a1as5h Gof sGlt. It is also111 11818111)121iTn 801)l~loi 011 GI
wit fuisIf 2111) like the Biscuit for
ceamedi Ubreakfast, VIIGO will like'iT i{IS-
oy.sters or ("L; ' I -ieShreddledl\X heat
vee t1ble:1. XX llr-1as 1)11)211 XlWith 11)1-
ter or cheese, for lunch8Ieon1 (I
Slly ITmealG asU 10susittG)e f115-
Wh ite flour brebGd.
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The Natral Fotd Co. f?
I ) Nagara Falls, N. Y. 1

Sai, I218IoI 7 IIiloring at satIsfi5850rN
11ic1s.11111Cr & O')'onIoIr. (119E- Will
ia11 street. ti
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Rowe's Laundry
-1-1I10MAS ROWE, Prop.
31210 N. FithAv. C
YOS oa.rs ¢et a.
Hxot Lunch
At T..ttle's, 338 S. Sitt,

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10ts11on1Minidinlg, noniritirgI 1od.i It' 1 lat as a1heet ofpaper and
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Allimetl 1part1sof11eavynike(1)1te1101. 25cnt alpar, all deals
orbyi 10111111.11 r thse h orfer a1c1r1 garter, Iveoffer
LOCK-GRI 5
]BRIGHTON GARTERS
The-neatest, eai 1 11andimost lifIrtaleCI 1garter51made.0111
rubbe diI~1imond ls ih vice-llke gript 011100llneirlipCill
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO., 7180 Market St., Philadelphia
.fuI rso I uler I j tcs

Iilcclrical Work
Of a Qaai, illSatisfy
R. R. Guenther & CO.
206 EI-. Washington St.
YOURll11FAVORS SOLtd I ED
BIJOU
HIGH CLASS
VAUDEVILLE
THE BEST BILL OFFERED
THIS SEASON
Ethel Travis Lewis
CHAS. CRENYON
i~ urTwo Shows Nightly, 7 30-9 20C
Matiaccs, Tasday, Thursday,'-ad
Satutrday, t10c
Amateur Night Friday

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Freshmen! Sophiomores! Juniors !

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Seniors,', Professors !
The best is none too good for yo. You canS't afford to
waste your ttime oand patiCeeXwlbhtheIod-sty1e founta110 pen
Buy a Self-Filler, an~d thei', ssoly one praic oad successful
Self-Filling FoutinG iPn, It is
CO0NK L IN'S Se'llf P E N
"The pen~ with the Crescent Filler--the device that made
self-filling pens possible, practical and perfect." -
Donst be deceived. Accept Inothing bot thle geninie P 1
Conkliin. All othe rself-fillers are in thiesperiomestal
stage. The Conklin is perfet-ben on the nmarket
for years. Used aild recoomsnded by thousasds of I
studenits and college professors. Possesses all the super-
tor advantages of the best fountain pens supplemnsted!"
by the following distinct asd desirable fratures
Fills and cleans itself. No dropper1 7
No inky fingers. No bother.
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,r
ready to write.
Wh aeaychances? Order a CONKLIN
SELF-F UNG FUNTAIN PEN. Guaran-
teed satisfactory. Bhook Free upon request, Selling ".
about this wonderful pen'. Manufactured":onlly by
The Conklin Pen Co., Toledo, 0. fr '
Sold in Ann, Arbor by
' GEO. WAHR'S
T+W02 BOOK STORES.

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