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Michigan Daily, 1905-10-12

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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

SPALDING'S
O FFICIAL ..
FOOT BALL GUIDE;
FOR.. 1905
Edited by WALTER CAMP
g i i i cur.te .'. ly risoed OFICI11IAL.
team, e- .a< ik oer .5000a3ers Price 10C
A. G. SPALING (t M ROS.
Spal in's v t 'o f all i itcsot
mraild reefwto m adress.
STATE SAVINGS BANK
Wt. J.Both i Jno. V. Sheeh'lan
Wmt. Acrold Or. V C. Vau;;han
Jas . 1. ade Ii F. Mills
N.. Kvyre Johno Litter
Jn. Koh P rio.11 ,. Carhacrt
1rn .'.l( zier11 Christian .Al actin
GEORGE BISCHOFF
FLORIST
Cisolsia Cut Flo~wers a ad Plisests
Chapin St., betwser liaronsasd Cullter Ave.
Phnse8'00
H USTON BROTHERS
Sucicessors, to JA. W. lRED, 312 S. State~

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Young'0ChaP!Y
ZHTE RETAIL clothier used to oiler you a few youths' suits
or a dlozetn or so utiei),s si zes not many of either but too
many of both, beceause yout didtn't wvant any of them. lie drove
you ito the custom-rtaiior situp iiere at least yout got clotlhes that
looked stel1 ottvyon-that had giniger, style ori distiuctionti o themt
Buit that tueantt tha~t you t t to pay a fearfiti tariff for statisfaction.
Caudidly, wse did not blame you becattse uo clothier desei ted y-our
patrontage uitli the sorrts itt gartmenits lie swantedlyouto bu iiy.
College Brand Clothes
were created because the demand for'em was al-
ready created.
C aruic its wsitht the ctut aud fit yotttg tueii fanicy-itade ttp of
cloths sutch as they like. Extreme itt shape-extremte in itattern-
extreme itn every way butt the price way. There were it clottlies
like College Briantd Clothes. There are itoclollies like Cioliege
Brand Clothes.

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Allegretti's
Chocolates
FRESH TODAY
AT
QUARRY'S
Ping-Pang Photos
36 PHOTOS FOR 5
OLD0 MORRIS ST~IPv~O
116 So. Atain St. Ann Armrr
U. of M,. BARBER SHOP
Trojonowski State St.
S EDDEDW9A
A CAMP COMPANION
Wh ea railga lets camoptor
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Shredded y Whold e-We
hito owih stidk, eratioln-s eenr
adltol oili eri se yo uca e rti
you add twa ar sre el n
toso oitoo.g4et, l al oeyo
thShoedsdra erryWnalecWtiaitr
strendghalnodgor al nods.Itaistuaiy
oth esl tooda r aislnidin oem-i
allnatironwithmintskwhchentrintheroe
stract oothrthunghtY o iprtices,
i, hofernetisseasworellas tea-a tei
cenie f rimte on"TheItill doelyiu
loso Bod,toorr. Itric iasleo
srnthrnd.vrttrgor dvtoasitythan h any
allthef elmsihitter nt erirroe con-c
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lIi& 1--M iiigan Iil cares lito
Stite stret Ite utu rocanitli, &
iiilw sree, rielphoeir 2 t
Slttitl'.' l at en C .',211}
S. AIlain treet.CCCI t andi $2.Co. lis
timps in ciy. ci

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cdwrk1.jni to do yoruntchul
r' Ica ' /n, Store,AI,111iti l-CC.

'No combination in Larrups==No advance in price. I c 'II,
'Iec~o. . . . . . . . .25.
IiCi No. . . . . . . . 1.40.nIjt
'We sell the best Lamps made and f 6r less money than a- y other
shouse in this market. Stiltc
214 South DEAN & CO. Ass Arbor \ S9(itr
Main St. Michigan
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TUTTLE
SERVES HOT LUNCH AT
SF W W 338 S. STATE ST. wsr SE S
TnlE FARMERS AND MECRANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital, $it.nto, srpss asd Profts, $6,000
Does anGeeral hasing tBusiiess anid Pay
R pr rent llcicstionair 'tur nnd Suings
D 4 Ysts aet eosi oes to rent
,. fis ute, Pret. W. C.'. OeVNitS, Vice-Pres.
I'. it. fleso, Cash. H. A. tWILIAMSi Ast.
COOK HOUSE
Opp'ttie Court tHorse Sqare
FIRST-CLASS IN ALL BRANCHES
$2.00 $2.50 $3.00
Stcam tHeat arid letir A:ightseriier
SUNDAY DrIlissA LELeeTirY t0c E iuch
Variderllp fI. Ga,.l., Pra"s.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
C'apital storc', $,0000. Srpin', C1000
A General Basking Itusinsn Trasated
ilesiroito Cla. . tHiscoc' relr. rr W. 1.
Htarrimrai. Vice.'Ptes.:t t. S1Friz. Cnshir
FINE LUNYCHES
We. Carry tntie 'et lino 'of t'Iiltttt.
IllST- &~t'. tMP'OUTED'lCinarri.".ai
D om~restic ' &:Imprte'dlCigars. A ilrllll
lineof ll. s r&ll., aticl.n We', V i'l. rlS
S. s.also fr ci,,J51' &150 i 5I1,'II1 'S'.
Ihur rr.rOlritilION-titlNS.
S. E. JOLLY. Stats St.
Ohio Central Lines
D)tICI LINE
TOLEDO to COLUMBUS
Parlor Cars on all Trains
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Ann Arbor, Mich.
S. iW. Cltrksornr Cahie
Caipitai l 00,000. Surplusi'and r orilslia.10,00(
PURE SILK
BRIGHTON
Flat Clasp arters
mrikh yooc "cnurse" es.yMate of ne iu tr
pw ilkttwteb, rmecaniptrit eairly oitleliti,
t'crfctly iat, cnmfrntable,ajsabtleli. Lsok
for iaimicouigntcrclaspriandlnox.
PIONEER ,
SUSPENDER -. Mer
Philadelphia j .andrs
250 PAIR
=CIGET-
SCH LEEDE'S
Tempery Loose Leaf Bin-
der for Note Taking.
tir iFer saml. In.ret ti prrpounitwo poundsil
CALL ON US
F. J. SCHLEEDE
240 S. State St
Money Loaned
On Watches, Diamonds orirothe
tpersonal Jprrperty.
Watces and Joeelry retpaired.
hargain'sin Watcecs &/k iattloda
ltitr' tt resideceRai. Libery St
Ann Arborr.
flours: or llrIt80ta. am., Ito,03:'30iaidl7 cr
03p. i.
ArtL ItSIesS ra'. rIsiiDENIAsr
JOSEPH C. WATTS

Do you have trouble with your
Cuts? Try the
'New Process"
Plates
of the
CHICAGO ENGRAVING CO.
Send trial nrerthrnugh us
A. M. SMITH
Over Wahr's onwntnwn Bonkstore

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--C ~h~®er boew
___.$4.0
For MIEN and WOMEN
See our %A indows for the latest Styles and Patterns in
Waterproof Shoes. Heavy Tar Tanis or
B 1lack Leathers, double soles thorox xhly
viscolized, balace tongues, military heels and large
eyelets for rawhide laces.
Three different styles of highart shoes at $4.00
$5.00 and $6.00.
Walk=Over Shoe Co.
R. J. HOFFSTETTER, Mgr. 111 5. Main St.

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POR TRAIT URE
All Kinds of Photographic Special Attention given to work
Work. for Amateurs.
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