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Michigan Daily, 1906-03-04

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I ~T141, MICHIGAN DAILY

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llockillg Valley Ry.
CONTINUES ITS E XCElLE1tNT
TRAIN SERVICE
You will find
Four Trains Daily
From Toledo
Carrying Parlor Cars on Day Trains
Steeping Cars on Night Trains
Union Depotso in Toledo and Co-
lumbuo
S. E. CLARK, 32'!
Campus Martius.
Detroit, Mich.
KODAK
Finishing
We do developing and
printing for amateurs,
and do it well
It is to our interest to
do it well, that we may
sell more f ilIm and
more Kodaks
PRICES
REASONABLE
la. E. CALKINS
Or-sgist
320 Ssot th. Stateste
COOK HOUSE
Opposite Court House Square
FIRST-CLASS IN ALL BRANCHIES
$2.00 $2.50 $3.00
steamt Heat and Eleuvator All night sersvlee
Scsttso IDINNERS A SPECIALTY. 50c Each
Vnrsderlip (ft.cook-I.

PEA NUTS
Finest Quality Roasted Peanut.; per lb. I Oc.
Salted Va. Peanuts, Bleached per lb. 15c. 2 lbs. for 25c.
Peanut Brittle per lb. 15c.
We buy Peanuts in car lots of 25,000-lbs.
Doing our own roasting, we give better and fresher peanuts S 1
for less money than any house in thin vicinity.
214 South D A ( n ro
MainSt.MDEANaro
b~~n n.n. n. .,n, ...n. . n .C n...i ntcstgoo ..+., ..aI

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The distinction that comes from -.
being a correctly dresoed man it yours
-by asking for my mark. And thatf
does not mean being extravagant-my
creations are reasonably priced.
WAISTCOATS TROUSERS
"MACKINETTES" TOP COATS
Reasonably priced at my representatives

RHE IPEallyON TFilsIts.tuts Fl
THE COKLINSNC.
-a 1d.al 10ina e seondes oftAss.TldOhe iossr

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Judge for yourself by asking

Lindtrnschmitt, Apfel & Co.

IRHAN... - RENTSCHLER'S Representative called upon You yet?R A N D A L L
You can procure from himn a coupon salutling you Io one dozen $ 15fCubinei Photos and an extra picture for use in the M~ichigan-
Iensian, allfor $3.00. P HO TO G RAP HE R

Exuperi Jewelry and Waich Repairs. I P )_ "-s''lT I I i (l i, Cx(i"'1Ci.
Ariiold's Jewelry Store.

I lilfireili's geninte velvet kisses at
Cusking's.
Sitls pressed. 25c; trousers, Ioc.
Fuller & OConnor. tf

These Eight Pipe Tobaccos

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Are the Largest Selling, Most Popular, Highest-
Grade Tobaccos in the World
Every pipe connoisseur, the world over, knows
one or more cf these tobaccos; and knows that
higher quality was never produced.
He knows, too, that a good pipe,i
1--- seasoned by and filled with one of
LATAK 1/,, these tobaccos, is better than the
best smoke of any
v't other kind.
29t L , ,
SWtLc G COTS 510
LAAI Fist . 55, 4& . H" t2-Fsos 1
grade -heLstkittiutta ti &I .
fin for mixturesIs n
sot u u Itins.I I213.oz.,

1111ite' i ng iiti r 111.1liiilii\\. (i\l l it
nIn - terabiefI tg CCiCv -otlrlit
Cvs t s ofi. iil ith past11111 t\stls, Misjs liii-
1 to l ill-a\ c an iI I llllof ilig's "
Ilii htiat ed bytill i MiutJCeiIII't.
Cicatgo's i\e tdefeated W'uisosji lit
hl kill 1 a1tMaisonitbyia.iscore'sofi35
to 111111hrelis C n iea le rl-1
p lay a d I t i ilh r f 1 l \c11ai et
is ol a Cave of is'liet()liii lii lt'r'
Willi111 itt lArnldtetiti clii it're
cell 'teloit 'ometlew adit t
tatv eins int M111Cltti i Itfo s' and
dI r rtsi e it1 lii 1111niormilix-
toi ditail shul d li ipplt t oil i riill Itilttit
j( lry Ic. i
ii )1ti iiiu ell -a .lietigtaii etrd.l
1)a1il1'1111olcr. 721 N. Uuiet' its. CI
Thle Aini Arbor Press (formrly Par-
ker & Snysder), printers of the Michigan
D~aily, The Alounus, Inlander, Yost's
greait bllol: o toiotball, the'ITeckinic, S.
U. A. Ihanidbook, etc., etc., are printers
to the stiudeit tudy 117 E. Washing- I
ion street. tf
Watich, jewselry' anid eye glass repair-
ing by skilled workmnis.
HALLRr'S JEWvELRY STORE, Main St.
HLLcR'SJEsWcLRvSTORE, Maino St.
'The college jewelers.
E stablished 1858.
DEFIEIIS ART! STOREf
and hav them feasted
01111 Choice Moulains
Only the Best French Glas3 in
Used.
1223 S. Matn St.

EVEN A CHILD CAN SEE-
/ \ . largerfoclks appreciate-the sulperi-
i' onlty of otur pork itn laundering linen
_____ ____ and all else that mtakes for marl's
comfort. " It's a way we have. I
Shirts, collars, cuffs, etc., have our
best care as to washoing. stareching,
_>s ironoing and deliverinig-to say tooth-
* ig of fair pricing.
} ( rTelophorve. 928
.~J' Varsfty Li. sdry
/ 117 U. 4th Ave. Btt Phoroes 928

Freylinig(ft
Mendels
[LORISIS
Os-ard Rapids,
Mich.
Everything First-GClass
At Rleasorable Prices

LOISIANAERItQUE
- Ale 111.\ Gntertti'sa

uS R1TbtG '; - lilE _\w,.
an 'ietVr ini 111 iseul c1' Ia-
5504i 1 ut.n1 05m. Visgittttet, plasanttsmota
vacuum tis. 12'3uot,' titts Vioginiaeold leaf
24C. 3? oz. 40. Nith avaa, ''urish TsEE SATES-A5

Folding Pocket
Medicine Cases
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Senior M~edics
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GAS
STUDY
LAflPS
$2.50 Each
100 Candle Power for
1-3 Cent per Hour
Save Eyesight, Money
and Trouble
ANN ARBOR GAS
Co.
MONEY [OAN[D
lOstWatcheosOi Dianstewe lry
011d1asl IiihtiClass Chlattel
sod Collateral security.
We J. LOURIM
10t 4thl Ave. Opposite Court Houss
Two oors soutt of nws. YM. C. A.
OrFICo HOcURS;50 to t110; 1 us 5
7 to 801Is
B usinss Strictly Confidential
F. J. SCHUH
SANITARY PLUMBING
Gas and Electric Students' Supplies
A SPECIALTY
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. Washington St.

cmmo rs

famous brands will just suit you and your pipe.
If not found at your dealers, sent postpaid.
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO.
i11 Fifth Avenue, New York

IQUARRY'S'
IBAILEY & EDMUNDS
!Bportinl Goo~o
121 Slast Liberty Street.

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

THlE Mr~ OF EVERY-
THING IN TAILORINQ

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