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May 10, 1906 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN D3AILY

h

llockillg Valley Ry.
CONTINUES ITS EXCELLENT
TRAIN SERVICE I
You will find
Four Trains Daily
From Toledo
Carrying Parlor Carrs on Day Trains
Sleeping Cars on Night Trains
Union Depotsvin Toledo and Co-
lumbus
S. E. CLARK, 32
Campus Martlus
Detroit, Mich.
F. J. SCI-HUH
SANITARY PLUMBING
(Gas and Electric Students' SuppliesI
A SPECIALTY
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. Washington St.
jBAILEY & EDMUNDS
121 East Liberty Street. i

New Shoe Styles [or Colleqe Men
IHal the people wh~o biuy shoes were as par-
<' ticiular aor' syie as nost college tuens are, thte
Regal factotry would have 10 dousble titp its capac-
P < Dy againi t/iseyear.
F Cleatt-cut, snappy style is the
; first thing that sells thse Regal to
new custotmers, attd always letxs
been. Solid, hsonest wear, and
permattent retention of shape
have heentthle means of
P E G . rmaking crfor cutlomi-
- era out of OW itites.

"'N

MONDAY 2
TUESDAY 3
WEDNESDAY 4 ~
T IWRSiD AY 5 .
FRIDAY 6
SATURDAY 7 7
Every Day
I tis store growts more popular.
Why ?lBecause ottr values itt reliable
Clothing and Furnishings are unequaled r
anywhere.
It wtll pay yoit to tnvestigate these offer-
ing of Nouig tuen's sitits, overcoats attd
rain coals.
REULE, CONLIN & FIEGEL

,$4*.0 ff~
A typical fihAvenee
liantt PtetttLeaiter. Spade
seh, withs t;tread. Black
letherqaertineing

Fifty-Eight
New Spring Regal Styles
ITheenly shoeeti qaer

Vwb t tWILTlTneShte Ya Q4zAto.4 46n

tht 6I E. .williessn8t. SoletAent

To Engage the Assembly Rooms or Orchestra, call at
Granger's Academy Office, 312 Maynard Street
Astereienist, -oiteots i~tte en owh iIet.callestae eessteIto ae
Ii t'k c'lvs. Plas ing

v
^..

SIGNS 0OF SPRING
Te cold, tlattp veathter cant last snuch lontger,
anti uwlen it begins 1o warntiup yout will vs ant a tnewi
stilt. Get bussy and let us show you otir
.NEW I)OPE," also onr N..w OVvRtCo0r.
HENRY a~rid KYER, Tailors to Meni

1'U U

Suits and Overcoats p(11Th'uyDret n Sv
TMeasure $1j"lS u1 uoihrilflf iompnn yDrctadSv
From $6.00 to $28.00II~ UIIUsl Money. 118-120 E. Liberty.
U. of M. BARBER SHOP photographerR NTCH _R 319 Ei. Huron R A N D A L L
Trojonowski State St. P HO T O G R A P HE R

_ 2a sdry "
r IJ

THE flavor of the Murad is
naturally rich, just like -the
natural dryness of fine cham-
pagnes. This quality in
M URAD
CIGAR ETTES
is acquired, by bringing selected
Turkish leaf to just the right point
of ripeness, It took sixteen years'
experience to make this quality
perfect in the Murad !
10 for 15 Cents
By mrailteotpaid-!If yeu ea'ed uaed Ccigarttes at year
dealers, send Se/eror ten;75c.ffe/ift ye;/ iv fr /inahudred
ALLAN RAMSAY, Ill Fifth Avenue, New York City

UNIVERSITY NOTICES. j
'I ichi-a.etet Ihop~e y erT hee wl
ito I t3o'clckviniate lu c kyu
Spt(.Biggmtl in ch:art;..
Ihll iltirclubcii1iei ti n R om1B, ::'' ::e
liii biuilingi at 2 o'clck Satrat
i-it-. ue iv v (10c
-ittiiiyeaill.lie hel T a p o 11
stistrtre Iievtilinubetcofneredefood.
ill Ieeting friither inty Dtldti itttrdcitlint
Vin tierwSte SliteId iTihursditi itry Isiii
at4ecicl clshdlipli its ioiom 1it tius it
- fouiritirite and three-fouthis -tt liv
S1IO111.5NEED REPAIRINO ?We Intheut tiakttt/ o1 historyt \ litt
lies litas strititiphed ver cMet-
now iae e ebe sitictitmakertin this Bitt iwlen yoi tiat whleait foodli
stieaten can geitrwork out prermptly. sture yots are getting the itholuhat
'ufe lvd's Shote Shore, jig9SotiliMiiini digestible forii. That's
sireet. 49-1Ieod .,, SHREDDED
- WHEAT BISCUIT
fry Phelps' Pierfectioni ehocolaiepuf a bcuilder of brawn and brain-keels
pufcipfa ilir sphrmcy testomtacetiheet and clean and the boowcit
and hipsat eittng' phamac. lihialty end active.
lointhiee" Pore Food Movement" by eatinig
Fo oe d~iuaks atid Stipplies, Amnaitur Shredded Wheat, the cleanest, putrest, miost
Dcevelopitug anii Pritinitg, go 1o Lyndon. nutritious cereal food made in the tworld.
piiioograiiher, 72t N. Utniversity. if The white floor niiller given you ihe starch
i' :uthe is-heat berry, discarding the outier flesl.-
-lorintg elements. Von cant make miuscle ori
Classes repaired. brain oot of starch. In the shredding process
EyF~es carefsully fitted aid tested. ALL the flesh-fonrming, strength-giviiigele-
GEORGE HALLER, MVair St. itet~s siored in the iwhole iwheat berry tire
presented IN DIGESTIBLE FORM.
Shredded Whtat is mode in two forms, BISCUIT and
Offuial'oh enir siletts re r-ad brTRISCUIT. The BIStUIT is delicious for breakfast
Offiial < sniorshilds re eadyforwith hot or cold milk or cream, or for any meat as
deieyandi are $.0 o' pay itore. combination with trait and vegetablei. TRISCUI"
ulcieery $2.0. Dn'tii the ihrtddtd whale wheat ceacher, crisp, nourish-
'Ilhese aire the Isest and otily official ones. inc and appettizing. Delicious as a toast with hey-
Caill for Orders immsiediately. J. M. tra es or iwithchs or pookreserves.sn refrteakn
pipies tire all here. Ve Stuidetnt Shop. tf
Satisftactory tailoring it saisfactori
prices. Fller & O'Coinnour, ip 1I. \\il-
1am street. tf
STIJD[NTS WANI[D T"It's All in the Shreds".
I THENATURAL Fsoo CNiUagarna FasN. Y
Ki.0 t,;0.0 pr dyselling FARM BOOK-
IKEEPINGet t~ seler aver efferedt. Leers
farmer bis se. A year's expensess sade i
aeaople ef months daing vacation.VWrite
'oimetdiatety, stating '-hot reof ters-tiery.
FARM RECORD, Northfield, Minn.

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