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May 16, 1903 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily-News, 1903-05-16

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REN'SCIILER, ARTISTIC FRAMIING 1-U it ii a ttue assortmuent of
To Byuy a Cor Main and Huron Ss Phone 39, 3 riags. Siaho n
Comle ill iUI(ISee the unet Iowo oteIle d iin51 si aI t9 5we May 1 1 1 . il I tyIMay tii ii DeERI.ES
tin11gs. !il ve cle d i e ltponiii 9 iii iiiil MaIy 1;-'3L it's s. ()5 Ina t I \ [ '(1 R E
CaKNS' PHARMACY, , 5 a. -19'9 M'Indis vs.winnr of 217 S. FurtiSt.
'iii' HAMAY fI c l o ssItiiI l te1 vi'- Ms 14. FRAIINU A SPFCiALTY.
324 S. Slate S. imd will n hrciwrs i'i i . (i'"ling I rv 1lrix1 ho mt itwith Ciag.
1 siii i 'ssl~ (n n .Iiisi ii li d~o)l1U I UVIOh LQiII1
Baileyi&widmunds putiuponithiiit liisi'sf lii' gisi' '' olmuma~t~in U rnld E. 'Ll ~ro
1 v e .s 1 it ' 1. ieee iloi tt to (Ja ile .F il
th ne fd i i 's t te iii NI iiIsMi li iflli yrIJhtistim
SF1t ir01\IiiE15o .Ito Thisl ity orij rd:iii i""Yt 1 co ociPoe iif iiitar
FOR DECORATNG. u'ii nt'iii poor 5 t i o l Iterple. jFInko P lze hitinMrn
11 East Liberty St. t 'ny ii'aiel t inod i toti' I ,Ntl i e iiiiad i iip ily tsi ileoit o is[ }iii flo fllH fi orSa C La
liho 11eIr d 'U } :url b rn a Lo~uii I Ort a ii unerthe tonraliasking Laws
ed li 7 I'erpon 'Ion t n. co tn lof} diiiiy',a thytdidi',,;of'tis tgo
I'l orto iro fnt o Ii '''sw iii i' Ii's lii i i' t Iletiioxchanglo. C 1 si,''is e
Zahint o ss'ii i y1. lisnudi :tsrflit ' Gr f"onontep niefl ttilniLISts
OPENDAY ND N GHT. rov Isis ote t 5 Ia ovisilu 'o' is, iii U ie',1}i vii'iii' aniiit 'isii ' liii'trouts's ~f1e hu e a pmlir te 'Ii ti, ium
Freshladldaitsleatsth s' 'I i e1reli'ii i s e"t lc . trc Ito ltrt( eeit'. siit5 s I.. P . sck Pr-I. ; . D iS.
20E. Huron tttSt. r luiss it e leiiiiiieii'ive i l inil a. 8hv lei. '~ Ifhe '1i ltI.(1.A.lneos0
DE lilt nk the ui-ui i tw o ua ti "ii' ci i n' tdwt he. rae':n 0 . u ,Y. Ath ,UaliJli.CrY stnardTi.
Fine Chocolate Candy iiiit iou-ut lolwl ts explucted ilii, All kinds o Artists' and Phetog- For Detroit half hurly fron 6:15 a.
A itS. ec pound ail SATU~RDAY ONLY at year ibetween'iYli;itl Havard and iii raphers' sppies. CshIng's Pharm- m.until 1:15 p. m. Thenc hourly until
Oxford anid i'istsi ,ha' ss1-ss b alcit scy. 111. For Ypsilanti oy, at 12:15 a.
Brown's Drug Store, ift h Iesisittsdt muiheti-is''ioniu m. and 12:41 a. m. For Jackson hourly
stsunt, tmcrc cl to at leii'iis T o Cticc May Ilctis'ot ticets for from 6:1 a. m. until 7:13 p. am. The
Just half Irice and warranted fresh trosishusthetii'otuitrh' sle by . 1E. I~srtbetll, 326 S. Sta~te at 9'll p. m. and 11:1 p m.
stud good. sirs's' O Waiting room Huron t. W. of Main,
F'ot'ls.1. A ttiriy-sllar "llsy ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
Lock repairing, key fitting Stni Is'Mandotlsitntfoiu'tfts's'su tssttirs. Eye gases repare. new lenses at ae ICAtHrTE-
Ktlvee razrs Ed liiret itsIii'lttie's. uover irow'n's HALLER'S JEWELRIY STORE. TraIns leae Ann Arbr y Central Stan
Kv s, Se2trs, rzrsad lrsig slots. f68ard Te.
Skates groundli. Fit ett per cet off otl Ienf;el & Effective Oct. 26,19.10.
GENERAL r1ACIINE WORK DONE Lost-A Cli Psi pin. Rewsard if c- Esset' or E. Ditzgtt Co. etngiteering SOUTH -'QT
N .MG 1 e tut tured to N. . LATHRIO, sutpplis. Ittqutie at 331 Ptckasrd-
W .JW ft[, 13 ELiet Sret 67 1007 E.Hurton. street. 77 No. 6.- 7:2 A. v No. i.- 9:91 A. X
No .-1:331 A. K. No. 5-1:3,P. x.
Every Student Should In- PCW C ILA DP I'CR&B W IG N.4_82 . N.3-45 .K
Vest io Cents PC WC ILA D A L R&B W IG Tcttins o 5 and ras between Ass Arbo
And get the Detroit Free Press Prtzes givetn each dty. 707 N. University Ave Tais,1, ,4. le5nd 6,datexcept Sunday
"very morning sod te Ann Free c'aicars n Ns. lnd t.
Arbor Daily Argus every even- J. T. WIBtS Agent A
rng. The best paper' in te . \ J .KltY '
of 10 cents a week. Leas'e or- a When the "hop-dancing, - '' Uv 1rrxr
ders for the combination at we 'ean-s t as o n comeaTeNaa al ot.
Stoillett's, 121 SMain St.,Meyers, around you'll ind MOGUL THE NOr alsuou- .
ta1 E. Williant St. or Argus THiHR IE
otffce, 10 South Main 1treet. Cigarettes pleasant smokes A NABRT
T Y T E T Obetween numbers. Or. i youANN RBRT
TR-- WO '.' sit it out" she won't chiect CHICAGO
asW ' a springtime zephyr. NEW YORK
AThilk Ten for 15c. tst.Kna AND BOSTON
DARLING & P'IALLEAUX'S Plain and Cork Tip. Witt direct cnections at Chueag tr St
FnyGoods ad NotIon Store. C I For ifomaton and throg. tckets canonnor
aCyr tt n LbrySs wrte to WW CASE. A ent. Ann Arbor
Single admission 50c, $1.00 An essential part of your college equipment is a Tickets, entire course $ 1.00
StudntsLect ure A ssoiato i~t
Thle Association sells tickets, not to "mate nmoney, but to be abte to brimn to tie Watch thisspc for S. L. A. an-
'Univsersity r f Htchigan itse greatest orators, lecit usandentertiuners ofthtie usotd. All n u cm nsaddts
money 15 returtied to te student in thle form of lettures.nucm tsad ae.
MV I L V RD SSpring of'03V Woolens have arrived contain-
-ing prettiest _ iieo m o e=Spuns ever shown

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