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March 24, 1906 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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flocking Valley Ry.
CONTINUES ITS EXCELLENT
TRA=IN SERVICE
You will find
Four Trains Daily
From Toledo
Carrying Parlor Cars on Day Trains
Sleeping Cars on Night Trains
Union Depotsovin Toledo~jaod Co- I
lumbus
~S. E. CLARK, 32.4
Campus Martius
Detroit, Mich.

MAD[-TO-ORIDER STYLES
REGAL SIIQES
college Men
r tl coidfohida itiewl- ,
Now VorlI and London
An iheUgl Itidlithat::r
mot optrin te iou eestieery
h hsfao aio<the fien o th
11iiiis spetial I 111ch i Ifithe- Re-al
You iidli haveiii send awayitoi
RI. A. I. 1110 VSON, Age tt
Yr Student Shosp
611 E. William St. Attn Arbor

The Right Styles in Men's Spring
Clothes
Ive) c i ng to ii'stiew antilright will be fottntdlhere ttoNV
All hues gree r i n var I ity 111n1 1110r ittpice th1an 01111qtauali-
ties a ii l i ol~ind i n - mvii110otlic r storc-
Men's and Young Men's Spring Suits $10 to $20
Top Coats - - - $10 to $25
Rain Coats - - - $15 to $25
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
i A.spedi lii x ig of H 1 x Ncw Srin~ g ShirtlsNeckw-ear
(i--l i i ci 111 aicid 10derw tr
MEN'S SPRING HATS
The onew hapes 0 111blck ll and 1 i c olor ae t ciisienas i ii I
UpI-to-iatenlessue qullxity croeidleiii liii I o st.ii
RE UL, CONLIN & FIEGEL

F. J. SCHUH_ SI NI G
SANITARY PLUMBING ______________
Glas and Electric Students' SuppliesIThe coldIdami wea ihirco't 1sfiiiiel l lngcr,
A SPECIALTY jt u amA 'AII~hIX' OFFICE v and 0w1en11111)g'iis t o 1111 1111p 1111oxill «'ait a1 ieoo
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E Washington St. S""" 111 tround For suit1 Get bsasy inc cc l itoos Sh iiY11111r
GR________ ANGE R ORCHESTRA Street ________________
BAILY & D1ViNDSHENRY e.nd YER, Tailors to Meun
Zporting (3oobo -
121 E~st Liberty Street. HAS ""... RENTSCHLER'S Representative called capon You yet? R A N D A L L
You can procure from him a coupon etitling yu to one dozen $.50 Cainet Photo and an exra Picture o ae in the Michiga-=
esaalfr$.0PSuits and O vercoats fluyhinrectm nandrSave
/ ro $16 .00 to $28.0 su V lolUtlinglb ompaIIIMoneyJ18=12() E.Liberty.

Ii~ UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
lo~ iliilut11 i W 11 1 11 1111111 .11 15
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lil04t crill Iterill nIlli t er i-iti m 2i
THE productof sixteenyears.OX . ill ,eal:0o nO e1a
cigarette better than 111therbest!,3Ill-ill Okun11 1 i
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M U R A D 10lllll. \1oli ilolo nc ad1il
nesa d m l n s -h n u k cuitttal; V 0 hewi- f,(I-tllfil Il e es
quaitEsprfuctlyfanixen perect-- -
expeitiIlent ; thellsuccessful lllll
01111e I Aleoli lac & 111., Icwill nle
S.Ill, f r te lp kef f ii ail 101
BeiZgret e tterZ 5 01gth a ad Cgartes at yarP11cc & for l lol~r. y rao ica i
dcale'1,oed 15tflleten;75c. oe fty; $nyo ex'1011odeeamade_
forl31the 1061 llr11gf lrick rexcl'ei, ell
rIll f , or 11 111111 Oatore0icoa Keau
1M DCiltty. Teteaue nlth ifl

_ The
I I p BuldesS
1 .ty of the World
I need Brawn and Brain,
- II whether they are Building
Nature has stored the material
for building brawn and brain-
but the white flour miller gives
yotl only the starch. You can't build
mTuscle or brain Ou~t (If starch. In
Shredded Whle hea
you have all the body-btuilding elements of
the whole wheat prepared in digestible form.
The Governmenlt use~s it to build soldiers at West
Point and sailors for the Navy at Annapolis. It is on
the "'training table" of every college and university.
A food for the brain-worker, the outdoor nian and the inl-
door man, for any meal, for ally season in any climate-a
food to grow on, to think on, to work on, to live on.
Shredded Wheat is made in two forms. BISCUIT
and TRISCUIT. The Biscuit is delicious for break-
fast with hot or cold milk or cream, or for any meal
in combination with fruit or vegetables. TRISCUIT
is the shredded whole wheat cracker, crisp, nourish-
ing ansd appetizing. Delicious as a,. toast with bever-
ages or with cheese or preserves.

The I-Vitai Qiestion Cook nook"
is scot free for tiie asking.
THE NATURAL FOOD CO.
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y.

"It's all in the Shreds"

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

THE BEST OF EVERY-
THING IN TAILORING

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