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October 24, 1905 - Image 3

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AIl~ff-IC DIBRADY
No. 112a
f9WTO SPRIT
Bmy ARTHUR r.F. VPFEYx
Prilce 10 Cemts
The betroi cocI.on Sprinting thahu ra ever;
been published.
A. G. SPALDING M13P BOS.
maie feio i v addIrissc
STATE SAVINGS BANK
WX .. oolb n X. . -fcc-cla
jas. 1. Wad 1+: F tMill
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UE~ORUEL ISCHOF
FLRIST
Choince Cuat Finners arod Pinakrl
Chapin St., hetwenr cec oad (iller- Ave
Phoner 800

('0 to the tailor let him make you a suit--let him
- . delay you---guess how the cloth is going toI
look after it is made up---guess how the garments
turn out after he alters and rebutchers'em---guess <'
when you will get the suit.
You won't have to guess what price you pay- -
you know that that will be a great advance over the
price of a
let-n College Brand Suit
Y-'- which is the custom tailor-idea with all the disad-
o~i£, ,4 vantages of special measurement, guess work and
delay left out, and all the things that really count eD na?
Usta x Wuerth

TO A C C S CITY HAPPENINGS.
H USTON BROTHERS1
Sic-esor-.to JAS. W.-RUED, 312 S.itate I t \rlwr()icu b toiIi
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;. \f itsethid $1.5o acndii$,.50 Bst
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Al 1QUARRY'S
Ping-Pong Photos
36 PONSI 25C
OL-D MORRIS STUiIIDIO
it So. 0Alaicn St. Aoo Arbor ;
U, of M~ BARBER SHOP
Trojonowxski State St.£
SHREDDED Y[
ALWAYS IN ILASON
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No coomnaion in Lamps=No advance inc price.
ItePefci n c il Iali,2.50.
1't e N. t . . . . . . 1.25.
The N(). . . . . . . 1.40.
We sell the ibest Lamps made an ;for lsstmoney than arty other
house ii tils market.3
214 Muth)EAN & !CO.Ann rbor-
ain-'St..c vo0\ MichiganOOA..A-O.~r0nA~ O0e

ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Red-ond Ratton n i aents for
THANKSGIVING
VACATION .
Train.n LeavenArmen Arbn,-
G It Nilts ccc 11:0.,tiI, it . and i cp. tIntf. ti
J..1. .1 0111 W.''l.INVf 11,fL ',l
lcn' tcc. AXcinii.;1 X l
TUTTLE
SERVES HOT LUNCH AT
r or or 120s. SATEf 5. Wor oVo
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Iteclicrcc', 8;'',!f0.pocc
A Geeraol [tankinrglltiiesoTanct ed
iiccccfoctcc, Vfc'c'Pres. . JI Bitf, nl
FINE LUNCHES
Icc i rr tii~ the I l IccItl iIic'11citc-
l ccal nii c ii fc )cc 7ctt;. Wl t- ccc i s ii
fr 1 .;r (I I.cc", icc ") 1 uC
R E.JOLLY State St.
Ohio CentraI tines
DIREoCT INEs
TOLEDO to COLUMBUS
Prior Crson l00 rins
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Oi Ann Arbore, Mih.
Krone lfcce 's.io irrisctittoccic, S.
S.\. It, I icifi ctit i , oci
licicitif, $c0,cc. NnSilits and cc l ci#.,011cc (t)~
PURE ' SILK
BRIGHTO
Flat Clasp arters
makekoyourousi"c'cc-csy.ccicf oce ieri
purecosikcc'cl, cmcctalctcis <aicccitccicid.
Prfe cl l,iccicicloclcc,tif1t1 i ct.. 111k
(orli ca eo are lspadbx
INESUSPENDER r
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Philadelphia ,o.i Xccc ii~tr
25~ <PAIR
Save a Walk Down Town
GI i- ycccr Watches ticcifJewelry
re1pfiredlatcthec'Righti Placi
prices. Nco poor stcck
in occl storec. 0--. N octit i n
charged cforcd' o '' of ciciiocg aof
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Wtches acd fcc yreaed
Bfargains ccc Wacttcs &iamnd
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AnnAtbr

Sic. M.
JOSEPH C. WAITS
H A LF-TO0NE S
jand
ZINC ETCHINGS
S Lower in Price
y Boiler in Qualitiy
Ask A. M. SMITH
ii Ann Arbor Savings Bnk Block

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$35.50 $4.o00
For MEN and WOMEN
See our Windows for the latest Styles and Patterns in
Waterpr-oof Shoes. Heavy Tar Tans or
Bl1aack Leathers, double soles thoroug~hly
viscolized, balace tongues, military heels and large
eyelets for rawhide laces.

Three different styles of highcut shoes at $4.00, $5.+00 and $6.00.
WALK-OVIER SHOE Co.

R. J. HOFFSTE TTE r Mgr.

III S. Main St

MINE

uiced lir strength cciemcc
musccc-fscl bean ius.Iis
alwccys timel becuit canicic
wiihc cilkicrecmcfrfitscegec-
tbeec.c 15 Accys teic
withecycocadicrpaeitcccord-e
1'eal Qcetono Cookc Boil,
whi ci ed frec. 1 Incclace
ofl brccad useTrlsciot, tie
icfcc'cwhcat cracr wicis
Iicoct ad aly caied.
THE
NATVRAL FOOD
COMPANY
Niagara Foils. N. Y.

IALX NE

& COMPANY

F'OR TRAIT UREi
Special Attention given to work
for Amateurs.

All Kinds of Photographic
Work.

HENNING BLOCKr COR. F. HURON & FOURTH AVE.

W E ARE NEVER UNDERSO1LD---GOODYEAR'S DRUG STORLE

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