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March 08, 1906 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1906-03-08

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

llockinlg Valley Ry.
CONTINUES ITS EXCELLENT
TRAIN SERV'ICE
You ,vill find
Four Trains Daily
From Toledo
Carrying Parlor Cars on Day Trains
Sleeping Cars on Night Trains
Union Depotse in Toledo and Co-
lIambus
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 il1m and
more Kodaks
P'RICES
RIEASONABLE
C. E. CALKINS
Drvcsigist
320 Soucth State Stet
hiiicr <\lii 1111" 1 oarders.
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MiADEI-TO-ORDLR USTYWO
R[6AL SflO[S
College Meni
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Yo (,t d a t orn wyt
611c Wile tlthSI. sAnn Aroile

The Right Styles in Men's Spring
Clothes
1,o em Ithig that'Is 1new19'ttd rtght owill be found Itere now.
All littes greatet tiovityn anld looe n o ttprtce thatneqoualqoat
~~ul-tieinavl be 11 obtaineiit am1101111101store.
re Men's and Young Men's Spring Suits $10 to $20
V_ Top Coats - - - $10 to $25
t Rain Coats - - - $15 to $25
3'. MEN'S FURNISHINGS
- A spletidsh10110ing of Mein's Newn Spritti Shirts, Neckwear,
10GloesonHostr id IUtondeorr
At MEN'S SPRING HATS
Tile neon shapes i l iac k 1an colors ate to be seen oas titIal
oy Up-to-daltteess,11ureoqultyEarcenevidet t hicghot
REULE, CONLIN & FIEGEL
After Paying Your Tuition Fee
The next moat important thing, is to avail yourself of anoppor-
tunity and let us show you our various lines of merchandise select-
ed with the utmost care for U. of M. MEN. Every thing is now
ready to be seen.
TALRBe r ATTERS TO 1li EN Hen
FURNISHERS K e
i 709-711 N. UNIVERSITY AVE.

RAGRSSCHOOL F ORGruFE
GRAGE"SDANCING 310 Maynard

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s KAS - RENTSCIILER'S Representative called upon You yet? R AN DAL L
Ton can procure from him a coupon eno tlIn you to onor dozen $1.50 Cabinet Photos and an extra picture for 0use in the Michigan-
ensian, all for $3.00. P1H. OT 0 R A P IH E R

r prt jewelry and Watrh Repairs.
Arold's Jewelry Store.
Hildeethos genlilOnevvt kisses at
Cushtingos.

Mlic'ligoall1pi1,ns 11fobsltdspeons. 1Soits prossed, 25C; trotisers, o.
I 1 1'5 ",Tll-flVll' Svaner. Main St. Filler & O'Connor. ti

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USLV wherever connoisseurs
gather, and on every occasion
where good taste and courtesy
demand the best!
M URAD
SCIGARETTES
have exclusively proven that fine
r Turkish Cigarettes may possess
both richness and mildness, and
in the combination of the two,
present a flavor and aroma never
equaled before.
10 for 15 Cents

IiiWiiiIAN IONORED Bh
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the111111..tillitigi oft 1111mst1eight1enedIi
ito~ up he onsituiontha wil rII1
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I IIof the recepionit conllilittee, 1 ..1 -
pssd hi'lfin t ChFo.mih \'ii.'it
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holtI. flirtsl r. tetic Illnge hll 010 t
ite tie rolix Trbeitde forldan
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Frmi r esentll Cind11'tictitos te joistoi
(I 'viltIe on of thetl Taft. fulcesflliee
11'hnboe oietdiy. rlantae
ilutriiiato~e ecwrith th.: subjetsof hi
retriptnoPAriphoneatt Saraf

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T HE wrong signoal by "the man in the
t(1weror may cost hundreds of human lives.
fo1a are "1tine man in lie onwoer" to guard
your own stomach. INDIGESTION is a
warning signal of "1danger ahead!" Keep
the track clear with
SHREDDED
WHOLE
WHEAT

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a natural food. It blocks the system against disease,
keeps the stomach sweet and clean amid the bowels
healthy anod activne. It is made of the swhole whleat,
steam-cooked atnd drawn into fine, porotus shrncds, pre-
sentig all the brain-making, bodly-building elements of
the nwheat berry in digestible form. Supplies natural
warmth to the body in a natural nway.

r Slightly toasted or warmed, and served wih hot
milk or cream, the BISCUIT is delicious for break-
fast, for every meal for every day in She year. It
may also be served in hundreds of dainty and tempting
ways in combination withtfruits,oysters and preserves.
To learn more about "Shredded Wheat Cookery"
send for our "Vital
*Question " Cook Book.
TRISCUIT is a. Shredded oe hatcckr
Sbeiter than bread for toast.
delicious with butter,
cheese or preserves.
"It's All in the Shreds"

THE, NATURAL FOOD COMPANY, Niagara Falls, N. Y

By mol postpai
ALLAN RAM:

idejecyou an'tfgetf-
ISAY, 1I1 Fifth Av

Mcad Figarettoo at your3
ZeuNew York City

A LWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MLWARD, THE TAILOR

TUlE BEST OF EVERY-
THING IN TAILORING

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