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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Patronize DAILY AdvertiserstI
THEIR PRICES ARE RIGT-SO ARE THEIR GOODS

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PURCHASINRG
If you are not getting as much for
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your money as you really
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assure you
en you phone your order
tat it will receive just as
and careful attention as
you were present in per-

PHONE
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FIRST
Perhaps you are not buying your goods
at an economical store. It may be that
the clerks are not performing their duty
in helping you select the right goods Per-
haps they are offering you substitutes that
do not give satisfaction or perhaps the
general level of prices is too high on all
grades of goods.
SECOND
Perhaps you do not come to OUR
s"ore often enough to see the special val-
Careful housewives make a practice of
ues that are 'offered .from time to time.
coming to or store as often as possible to
acquaint themselves with these values.
This enables them to buy more econom-
ically.

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. R. Gfoll
223 N. MAIN ST.

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THE STATE OF MICHIGAN

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UNDER GOVERNOR GROESBECK,

is buying all flour for all State institutions of Mich-
igan mills, and the State is receiving splendid pro-
ducts at low prices. The State bought about 30
carloads in April. Governor Groesbeck's theory is
correct and he is helping Michigan. As fine mill
products as the world can produce are made right
here in Ann Arbor. If Ann Arbor citizens will fol-
low the same line of procedure, the result will be to
help along Ann Arbor's prosperity. Think about it.

ALL PHONE ORDERS RECEIVE OUR PROMPT
AND COURTEOUS ATTENTION

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(M FRIED CAKES
'IZING -:o:- DELICIOUS
ST UPON THE BRAND MADE
BY THE
TERSITY CREAMERY
BUTTER AND EGGS Phone 2806-J
"They Satisfy"
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Woinmann-Soisendorfer Co.

OUR WELL-KNOWN BRAHDS ARE IN PRACTICALJLY
EVERY STORE - ASK FOR THEM

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MICHIGAN MILLING CO.

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TRY OUR COFFEE

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YOU WILL DO BETTER
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LEMBLE'S
530 FOREST AVE.

Each Day

EOPLE who try our coffee become wedded
to it. It becomes a part of their meal and is
just as sure to be found on the table as the silver
ware or the dishes.
The reason the coffee that comes from our store
is so hard to duplicate is because it is a special
blend that it has taken us years of experimenting
to discover. But you will agree with us that the
result is well worth the effort spent.
Fraternities can buy their coffee from us on a
wholesale basis and we will deliver in five-pound
lots. By this method you are always assured of a
fresh product.

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EELING A LITTLE UNDER THE
THESE FINE SPRING DAYS?
IF SO -
AROUND AND LET US FIX YOU
SOME OF OUR GOOD THINGS
TO EAT.

MADE THE DAY YOU BUY IT.

IF YOU ARE IN NEED
OF -
QUALITY AND SERVICE THIS IS
THE STORE
Strictly Fresh Eggs, per doz . . . . 26c
Fancy Creamery Butter, per lb. . . 39c
Fancy Veal Shoulder Roast . . . . 19c
Rolled Oats, 7 lbs.for. . . . . . . .25c
40c Fancy Sea Rose Red Salmon,
3 Cansfor. . . . . . . . . . . . .93c
All Campbell Soups, each . .,. . lOc
All Jello, each. . . . . . ...... .lOc
10 lbs. Pure Cane Sugar . . . ... 62c
University Fried Cakes, per doz.. . 20c
Cottage Cheese, each . . . . . . .. lOc
Fresh Strawberries, qt. . . . . . . .. 35c
Fancy Com. Tomato and Baked
Beans,2 Cansfor. . . . . . . .25c
12c Can Karo Syrup, 2 Cans for . . 15c
15c Pkg. Oats, 2 for. ... . . . . .23c
Pork Shoulder Roast, per lb.. . . . 21c
FOUR DELIVERIES SATURDAY TO ANY PART
OF THE CITY - FREE OF CHARGE

Kyor & Whitker
PURR FOOD PURVEYORS

COLLEGE BAKERY.
516 E. LIBERTY

Phones: 326-327-328

114-116 E. Washington Street

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EVERYBODY SMILES WHEN YOU

SERVE

CREAM FRIED CAKES

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The Ann Arbor Creamery

LEMBLES FOR I
ones 407-39-675F

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PHONE 664

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