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May 12, 1906 - Image 4

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flocking Valley Ry. I,

CONTINUES ITS EXCELLENT
TRAIN SERVICE
You will find
Four Trains Daily
From Toledo
Carrying Parlor Carson Day Trains
SIlepinsg Cars on Night Trains
Union Depots:ein Toledo and Co-
lumbus

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New Shoe Styles for College Men-
If al the people who boy shoes were as par-
ticular about style as most college men are, the
Regal factory would have to double up its capac-
ity again thi s year.
Clean-cut, snappy style is the
first thing that sells the Regal to
12 new customers, and always has
been. Solid, honest wear, and
permanent retention of shape
____________have been the means of
IPEG ~.making 'svpa'rcusctsom-
_I ers out of sew ones.

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MONDAY 2
TUESDAY 3 t, Y
WEDNESDAY 4 4 r.
THURSDAY 5 N
FRIDAY6:'
SATURDAY 7'
Euvery Day
This store grows more popular.
Why? Because ottr valtues in reliable :. ,
Clothing and Furnishings are unequaled
anywhere.
It will pay you to investigate these offer
tug of younig mei's suits, overcoats aiid
rain coats.
EULE, CONLIN'& FIEGEL

$4.00 q44
A tyeical Feith Avenue
nodei. ,Made of strong. bell-
lianit 1Patent Leather. Spade
sole with flat tread. Black
leather quarter linlig.

Fifty-Eight
New Spring Regal Styles
The only shoe isnsquarte

S. E. CLARK, 32'
Campus Martlua
Detroit, Mich. J
F. J. SCHUH
SANITARY PLUMBING
Glas andI Electric Students' Supplies
A SPECIALTY
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. Washington St.
BLEY & EDMUNDS
BA5portirini GoOs
21 Est Liberty Street.

r T{... QM..n MK, Am I It 1 AM t_ -

R ELiTe Soer Ye Stud~ent Shop UK_______________________
that proves-
610 E. Wlih t"~ St. Sole Agets

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To Engage the Assembly Rooms or Orchestra, call at
Granger's Academy Office, 312 Maynard Street
OAths' resdeceiss'connseted with the looldisa. callers ore reslne-tesl to as-
pounce theslves. Pleasesrng

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FURNISiHING 6'DUPk"
New Colorings ."IN NCWA
IN HOSIERY
New Styles IN COAS
HENRY and KYER

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Suits and Overcoats ( nim~Untia(nnn Buy Direct and Save
To Measure $1.0$80y' ~IU.k 1L11~UIIUI Money. 118.=120 E. Liberty.
From 6.oto $80 osLes ltu gCona

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U. of M4. BARBER SHOP Photographer RL-NTSCHILER 319 E. Huron R A N D A L L
Trojonowski State St. P H OTO G RA PH 13 R

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
Thlere asill be noc meetinsg of tse Alplha
Nuotisswseelk ons accuntsslof lie lav
festival. C. l?.1H11ll. Pree.
\l eclissy of iisgasscssiass boardl of
cotosrolasil1libe heldi Tisrslay,lay 17,
at os'closck, for pursess of elcisng a
busissess manager asnd smanaginig eudior
for lhe l907 Siiclsigasscsans. Assy j tuu-
or ssudent esirissg toibelcseasiiatse
forse of iithese oficees pleaseIsasnuihis
samesisit tllsa ssemondumis inissicatisng
wicihs sfficelie iseefers, so asny smesmber
ofuthe Ioardl heforesch sesmaeeting.

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TJTSED wherever connoisseurs
gather, and on every occasion
where good taste and courtesy
demand the best !
MURAD
CIGARETES
have exclusively proven that fine
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

DATI NL'sUlNCH tNOTICE.
Else Dilby isoairdi sillsslschat Oyster
Bay at 12 :45 tuosby. Posisi.
LOST-- Glasses ais ease. Retains ts
9r5 FlusrostAret. Restard. 59-60
FOR1 SALE AT COST-Slay Pea-
tsval ticket for conscert Saturday after-
nsoss. Sealtcisc crassfromna balcay rail.
mdlectioni. TIelephlonse 8491,. ;O1
Try Phelps' Perfection chsocolate psiffs'
and chips at Cushing's pharmacy.
Hildeeth's genuine velvet kisses at
Cushinsg's.
Glasses repaired.
-Eyes carefully fitted and tested.
GEORGE HALLER, Mails St.

j:Itit1uckY
Wr- ilstsrates the trsaumph of cereal foods
sea the btuildisng of s stturdy sod sodas-
triorce ite s J5apaiin rals iind
"' ..dritdfisslah. isss aySbsct is aosi-
fourth rice 'sod three-fourthas %het.
Intoe tlasaking ci history-5WIsat
, ,o l ass alsa a arsusspheatoearccMeata.
Batithess actseat'sas lieaitfobos
sore ayon ire getting the asholewas srt
ini digestible form.ITlatsa
SHREDDED
WHEAT BISCUIT
a builder of brawvn and hrain-kaeeps
slat stonsich scent and clean and the howsels
healthy aind active.
IlliJoin she " Pore Food Movement' by eating
Shredded Wheat, the cleanest, purest, msiat
nautritious cereal food made in the wsorld.
The avhite flour miller gives you the starch
in she wheat berry, discarding the outer leali-
formiing elemaents. You can't make msucle sac
brain out of starch. In the shredding process
ALL thse flesh-formaisng, strenagth-giving ele-
msenats, stored in ther whole whieat berry are
presented IN DIGESTIBLE. FORM.
+r Shredded Wheat is made in two forms, BISCUIT and
TRISCUIT. The BISCUIT is delicious lee breakfast
with hot or told milk or cream, or for any meal °s
combination with fruit and vegetables. TRISCUI"
is the shredded whole wheat cracker, crisp, nourish-
isg and appetizuing. Delicious as a toast with bev-
erages or with cheese or preserves.
The' Vital Questiuon CokBookis entsfereetforhe asking
"It's All in the Shreds"
THE NATURAL FOOD C'Niagara Falls N. 3l

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\VA.NEE'!D-A good husky asudesni
whso is used to. fasrm work sialdaslic is
snol afraidt (f asorka. Sasch a 1155hailsa
find a giod place thsrosigh lie asussair
vacatisuns iy ashressig ".B1.," Saline,
Itn tcis..-.s

By mai pseo.Paid-If yoelrssndzcfrtea7
AIA d/RAMAY, 2oe2ees;
.ter

. for ,fijt
Fifth Av

1Macad Cigarettes at your
r;$ J~r ude STUDENIS WANT[ED
1X5.00 to$lO.515 per day, selling FARM BOOK.
KEEPING. Best seller ever uttered. Ravey
Z ~ ork iiL J farmer buys see. A year's espenses siade iii
a couple of mouths during vacation. Wiete
immediately, statingch'Ioice of territory.
FARM RECORD, Northfield, Minn.

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MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

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