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June 05, 1906 - Image 4

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THdE MICHIGAN DAILY

llockillg Valley Ry.
CONTINUES ITS EXCELLENT
TRAIN SERVICE
You will find
Four Trains Daily;
LFrom Toledo,
Carrying Parlor Carson Day Trains
Sleepinsg Cars on Night Trains
Union Depostin Toledo and Co-
lumbuo
S. B. CLARK, 32I
Campus Martius
Detroit, Mich.;
F. J. SCHUH
SANITARY PLUMBING

NEW REGAL STYLES ON
THE ANN ARBOR CAMPUS
Ev-ery sei asoxe liacra: taken special pains 10 pro-
v ide at lea=.t seven or eight mnodels that
wou~axmld apapealiist especiallxa to college
m-. nen- an I every seasiin iwe are stronger
a"~'\ in alt the hid UIjcivcrsilies of the
7 / a Fifty-eight news Regals in the
Spring sqaidna and seven of
thiem---the sinippiest in the
list--have alreaidy made''
$3050 ? KtileNVar sity.
nlofcever style, and
a oat, fill, lionest inoney 's
the slant an111111 of xvitho ear in every one
the toe. Made of Ilc ingofthein. Quarter Sizes, too.
R L e Shoe Ye Sttxden~t Shop
R E A L sal,611 El. Wtttc v"St.-s S le Agents

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MONDAY 2
TUESDAY 3;.:
WEDNESDAY .4
THUVRSDAY S r,'5r=
FRIDAY 6
SATURDAY ? 7
Every Day
This store grow sntore popular.
Why ? Becanse our valnes in reltahle
It will pay yon to investigate these offer
tng of youtng mn'ts suits oxetcoats and
ratin coats.
REULE, CONLIN & FIEGEL

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Gas and Electric Students' Supplies
A SPECIALTY
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. Washington St.
iBAILEY & EDMUNDS
%portf no Gooo
021 East Liberty Street.

To Engage the Assenmbly Rons or Orchestra, call at
Granger's Academy Office, 312 Maynard Street
Asthec-no id a- isc tiia, l tait ai i tlies hu iin,.cal (,,Isarerqseda aia a l -
n i c~aeh CCrsle. Pe' Ic 15

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SIGNS 0OF SPRING
Thte cold, damp weather can't last tuch loniger,
and whien it heginis to warmu p yon will watnt a new
soil. Get buxsy and let ns show yon our
.NEW DOPE," also our NP w OVECOA'T.
HENRY ekn KYER, Ts%.ilors to Mart

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Suits and Overcoats BuDietadSv
To Measure 1.00 t $8.00 IOUIII~ers Clothllg C oipany. i8uY D. irecandSav

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U, of M. BARBER SHOP Photographer RINTSCIILU2R 319 E. Huron R AN D AL L
Trojonowski State St. P HO T O G RAP HiE R

F OR his own enjoyment, and
as a criterion of his good taste
and hospitality to others, the man,
who knows, selects
M UZIAD
CIGARLTTS
Rich, mild, and fragrant, always
uniform, made throughout with
the skill that only an expert com-
mands and perfects after sixteen
years' unceasing effort!1
10 for 15 Cents
By marl poatpaid-I a'tge gat Alurad Ciarettese at your
dale's, sendsi.c.foar ten;7cffity; /yay/aaorone/hundedo
ALLAN RAMSAY, 111 Fsfth Avenue, New York City

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
a c oc ial-iICal-awilimeet1 iniiiRoom11
c, .at a t c c tal i g
aheIfooo li elms iiiawihod aniimiport-
mIla Ia'.ti Iaiioom CtUivearsaity laall,
tit ._ cr . ; \\a (icslalill, Jaiae 6, la
c ii 1 IIh tl al . tillliaail.
1 iST -i)l i lai>. Returnc io
1)l~ (' . oii a. Rha acl 7778

SPEND YOUR VACATION
ON THE. GREAT LAKES
nt; ste -lj mii afall teiad
Clr IhTckaa sldatoccalcacnt
D0&C TIMETABLE
Caiday 9.30A. M.
att l lat
Lcueto a aalakiaacIsand wtcl l l a
A aa aa11>. A . a ly . 'd oL ineafo
SAriCeand aialy 5.3 A.tcM.
Pcv.Car aala iala1.1 Pc M
AAriv11,-ro1/dalyi.cca530di.TM.d
CETOI& TELNENY.O
Dobl Diy - ic btwe Cevlnd Pt

slnt e h e cm fcra od
..iIc. a lasaes ttruccphofoaereat od
Briut axcecs oalieso ccereahatsood h
fourth0ri celn theaoholesawheat
icc dcgestcble loicc. Ihat'a
- SHREDDED
WHEAT BISCUIT'
a huilder of brawcn and hrain-keepa.
the stomach saxeet and clean and the-howels'
healthcy ancived
Join the"a Pure Food Movement" hy eating
Shcredded Wheat, the cleanest, purest, most,
nutritious cereal food made in the world.C
Thse walite flour iciller gives you the starch
in the whseat berry, discarding the outer flesta-
formaing elenients. You can't mcake ncuscle or
brain out of starch. In the shredding process
ALL the fleah-fonccing, strength-giving ele-
sc nents stored in the awhole wrheat berry are
presented IN DIGESTIBLE FORM.. -
..Shredded Wheat is made 1in two forms, BISCUIT and
TRISCUIT. The BISCUIT is delicioss for bredkfast->
with hot or cold milk or cream, or for any mreal 3s
combinsatien with frail and vegetables. TRI.SCUII '
is the shredded whole wheat cracker, crisp, nourish-
ag ad sppetizing. Deliciousas a toast-With hev-
erages or with cheese or preserves.
The " Vital Quesion Cook Boohk'is sent free foi thereing
"It's All in the $Jhre " 'A
THE NATURAL FOODoC0'Nisa a P ' t

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
ITYES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

THE BEST OF EVERY
THING IN TAILQtI 41.

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