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January 19, 1906 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1906-01-19

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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The Recognized First Tailoring Trade of the City
106 EAST HURON "T!T7,EET

MenS'Fu 55.
Mens' and Boys' Sweaters Mens' Neligee
Mens' Underwear Mens' Hosiery
ALL AT LARGE DISOUL A
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11 5.JOLY. Staste St.
~Aio C~trI ILines
DIRECT LINE
j~TOLEDO to COLUMBUS
Parlor Cars on all Trains
U, : :of M. BARBER SHOP
I rojonowski State St.
OVBALLEIY

STATE SAVINGS LAN
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ti f . JohnssHJssot's
Ino.Koc sPr f. 11 . sCa's' rst
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DIRE C'T
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SUITS & OVERCOATSr
$14 to $30.80
118-120 E. LIBERTY SIL

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i The
Itsi .5 stylesJ andu extra values in Ilen's Suits and Over-
coats at the abshae rice is our specialty. -s
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of r'Csn, - dea - F10 CenCnnr. t
Per tCa e f Four )olen, _= ----$4-6
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at r halfpse $15Fui for$7.50, a 18Sut4 or$90 $0 u - fr -
fuse $11.aleL ovserCasate -Furh 4f. 4All ther oods t suts l
sacry tice nthDhe a t aCutvprice MNoold an utofdteL, P s
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H USTON BROS.
SPALDIN'S
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EdiseJ s'sSAW isSSE. SLUVAN
PRICE50iCCENTS
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GEOt, IBISCO0FF
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,;.c a Walk Down Towil
yourssseWatches assslJewelry
(s'ssed t thiss' Right Place
s' tt iss ~ e poor stock
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- a fokg
r >s'.sss sts .&arsesscloekso
ossiuI Jail at the righftI plce,
opsot' iLaw Bfuiiisg.
HALF-TONES

FOR
OYSTERS I
STEAK
AND

Evyerything
Open Evenings
BOTH PHONES
467

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ALL ITTINGS AT NIGE
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. a AN APPOINTMENT FOR EVENING

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VIECANMAK3. ZINC E'TCHINGS
' - Lower in Price
"';- Belter i ult
Ask A. M. SMITH
~f~l RIII ~'s 'S. 01 nArbor Savings Bank. Block

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WE A---NEVER UNDERSL4D --- GOOD YEAR'SDR

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