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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1922

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It has been said-
that the way to a man's heart lies through
his stomach.
If that is so, we would judge that a pretty
good method of getting a stand-in with the
men would be to offer them some of the

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Menu

BREAKFAST
Oatmeal cooked with Raisins
Bacon Creamed Potatoes

LUNCH
Hot Cheese Sandwiches
with Tomato Sauce
Coleslaw
Lemon Jelly sCustard Sauce
Nut Cookies

Toast

Coffee

Cream Fried Cakes

-- MADE BY-

The Ann Arbor Creamery
PHONE 664 We Deliver 123 W. LIBERTY
BUTTER AND EGGS
I The Home of Pure Milk'

DINNER
Cream of Celery Soup
Roast Lamb Currant Jelly
Baked Sweet Potatoes Peas
Baking Powder Biscuits
Pineapple Salad Cheese Balls
Mince Pie Coffee
FOR YOUR PROTECTION
Patronizing Michigan Daily advertisers assures you of
absolute protection in everything you buy. The merchant who
advertises is sure of the quality of his goods: he knows they
are good, and he wants you to know about them, not alone
because he has them to sell, but because he knows you too,
will like them.
The above menu is submitted by Mrs. H. H. Moulton, 405 East
University Avenue, Ann Arbor.

Where Can I
Get the Best?
The word BEST does not necessarily mean
the highest in price - true economy is in buy-
ing the best at a fair price - a price which is
fair for the merchant to ask of the customer.
Our customers have learned that when buying
here they get the BEST at FAIR prices.
They recognize that our policy of "QUAL-
ITY FIRST" is always observed. The best
evidence that the clean, economical and satis-
factory service we render is appreciated, is our
ever growing list of customers. We take pride
in this fact.
Our prices are right, the quality of our meats,
fish foods, groceries and produce is the best ob-
tainable. We give value in addition to Qual-
ity - that is the reason we are Ann Arbor's
largest and busiest grocery store.

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WE INVITE YOU TO BECOME OUR CUSTOMER
Weinmann-Geisendorfer Co.

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423

THE ANN ARBOR DAIRY DO

CLEANLINESS AND SERVICE

Good Things to Eat at
Your House Party-

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E S KIMO PIE
If you haven't had some
of this delightful new con-
fection you are missing
the treat of your life.
Get some from any con-
fectioner or drug store.
Dealers order from
Trubey' s
218 SOUTH MAIN STREET PHONE 166
10c ESKIMO PIE 10c

"Quality First"
THREE PHONES
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FANCY CAKES
PADDY SHELLS
CHOCOLATE
ECLARES
all can be had at reasonable
prices

we Will Appreciate It
If You Will Give Us
Your Orders Early

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THE COLLEGE
PHONE 238

BAKERY
516 E. LIBERTY

Quality and Price
The two factors that we consider most in
our endeavor to give the people the best
there is.
FOR CLEAN, FRESH MEATS, CALL 1091

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YOU WILL DO BETTER
AT -
LEMBLE'S
530 FOREST AVE.

ASK FOR HOME GROUND GOODS
The following list should be comprehensive enough
to satisfy all needs:
MIMICO BREAD FLOUR
ROLLER KING, all purpose flour
WHITE LOAF, a little cheaper flour
MIMICO PASTRY FLOUR
MI1IVCO GRAHAM FLOUR
MIMICO FINE MEAL
-FIMICO BUCKWHEAT FLOUR
MIMICO PANCAKE FLOUR
MIMICO BREAKFAST FOOD
MIXICO SCRATCH FEED
YOUR GROCER WILL SUPPLY ALL OF THESE
The finest line of coarse grains and feed supplies to be found
in southeastern Michigan, are offered at the Central Mills.
MICHIGAN MILLING CO.
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IF YOU ARE IN NEED
-OF
QUALITY AND SERVICE THIS IS
THE STORE

CENTURY
213 NORTH MAIN STREET

M A R KET
COURTEOUS SERVICE

10 lbs. Granulated Sugar ....
Yearling Leg Lamb ..........
Pork Shoulder Roast :.......

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2 lbs. Fancy Prunes .....
3 lbs. Fancy Head Rice ..

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.58c
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3 lbs. Jersey Sweet Potatoes ......20c
Fancy Cranberries at............30c
45c Can of Welch's Leader Jam....35c
Short Rib Beef ...................10c

IS JUST AS NOURISHING AND DELICIOUS
DURING THE WINTER MONTHS AS IT IS IN
SUMMER. IT KEEPS YOU IN GOOD HEALTH
THE YEAR 'ROUND

LEMBLE'S FOR QUALITY

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