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The gSehiltz Grocery
T"EHOME OF PURE FOODS

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YOU'LL DO BETTER AT LEMBLE'S
OUR SATURDAY SPECIALS
Home Killed Spring Chicken -lb............ 30c, 35c

PHONE 326-327-328

114-116 E. WASHINGTON

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OUR AIM
NOTHING PLEASES US MORE THAN TO PLEASE YOU. FOR
THUS CUSTOMERS ARE GAINED. DON'T BE AFRAID TO ASK
QUESTIONS ABOUT OUR STORE AND GOODS. WE ARE DE-
LIGHTED TO ANSWER THEM. WE TELL OUR CLERKS TO AL-
WAYS KEEP SMILING AND HOPE YOU WILL TOO.
We have a complete line of Candies, Nuts and Fruits
at attractive prices

BREAKFAST

LUNCH

Oatmeal - with Raisins
Bacon Creamed Potatoes -
Toast Coffee

Hot Cheese Sandwiches
with Tomato Sauce
Coleslaw
Lemon Jelly Custard Sauce
Nut Cookies

DINNER
Cream of Celery Soup
Roast Lamb - Currant Jelly
Baked Sweet Potatoes - Peas
Baking Powder Biscuits
Pineapple Salad Cheese Balls
Mince Pie Coffee

Fancy Swift Premium Ham, av. 10 lb.,
Choice Round Steak, per Ib.........

per

H amberger or Pork Sausage, 2 lbs....
Bacon - Finest Brand ....,.. ..

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lb. ......29c
..... . 25c
. . 3 . . . 35c
~. 33c
. . . .'. . . . . 82c
. . 43c
.. . .x.. , 19c

Sugar - 1 0 lbs........".
Famon Butter, per lb. . . . . ....

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THE
BEST
IN
STAPLE
000S

OUR
. - FRESH
PRODUCE
IS.
UNEXCELLEU

A Vita. Messa-ge
To you Mr. Steward of the fraternity house:-
To you Mr. Manager of the Boarding house:-
To you Mr. Merchant of Ann Arbor:-
We want you all to know that the Market pa;e is your page, it was developed for your mutual ben-
efit.
That the thrifty and yet discriminating steward may have a reliable list of merchants with their
weekly offerings-
That the enterprising merchant of Ann Arbor may have a medium through which to meet and make
known the quality of his products and the special opportunities on certain goods-
The Michigan Daily has devised the Market Page as a medium for helpfulness to both parties. We
want you to make use of it to your great advantage, as it will undoubtedly help you to a great extent.

Candled Eggs -"per doz. ........
Strictly Fresh Eggs - per doz. . ..
Strictly Fresh Fish, per lb.........

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53c
30c

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LEMBLE
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WE ARE NOW IN POSITION TO SUPPLY YOU WITH YOUR
WINTER SUPPLY OF CANNED GOODS.
SPECIAL PRICES IF SOLD IN1 QUANTITIES

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POULTRY, FISH & GAME IN SEASON
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
PHONES 399, 407 AND 675-Fl

PEAS '
BEANS
BEETS

ASPARAGUS
CORN
PEACHES

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BERRIES
TOMATOES
PUMPKIN

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PINMONEY AND RAFFETTO PICKLES & PRESERVES
COFFEE - COFFEE - COFFEE
NOT EXCELLED BY ANY.
DON'T PAY TIDE E<XTRA PRICE FOR FANCY
PRINTED PACKAGES ;
K& W. Special, 35c. 3for.......$1.00
Fancy Blend................ 40
Mocha and Java... ..............45
THE HOME OF PURE OOODS

just The'-
Thn
FOR STUDENTS
is a glass or more of
IDEAL MILKf
Drink it at meals and
between meals in place of
other drinks

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UNIVERSITY
DINING
ROOMS
Under
New Managepent

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We take great delight in
surprising our boarders. No
such thing as a hard and fast
menu here. No one but the
cook can tell inadvance just
what is comning. All the
charm of the unexpected is
to be found here.
After Theatre Suppers and
Sunday Evening Lunches
Our Specialty
TWO iMEALS . . . .
THREE EALS. . . $6.50

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THE
STANDARD
Just as a blue ribbon
stands for supremacy at
an exhibit-

PHONE 1269

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IDEAL DAIRY,
COMPANY

1212 South
University

Ave.

Just as

"Sterling"

stands for the
grade in silver--

highest

So to those who know
and who discriminate the
products of the
ANN ARBOR
DAIRY
set a high standard by
which others in that field
are judged.

SPECIALISTS
We specialize in creating
new and delicious desserts
for the dinner table.

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Our Two-Layer Combina-
tion of
CHOCOLATE

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The 'family . will be d o w n
pretty soon for the Wisconsin
game! Show them that self-
satisfied and well - fed look
that can be obtained only by
eat ig regularly at

STRICTLY hONE COOKINGj

WHEN YOU'RE -DOWN TOWN SHOPPING
A CUP OF EXCELLENT COFFEE AND A SANDWICH
HELP TO KEEP YQUR SPIRITS UP

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HEPLER'S

ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR
Youll find she gets her

& ORANGE

from the

1 409 EAST JEFFERSON ST.

will greatly aid you in the
planning of a dessert for
Sunday Dinner

- F'.

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1116 S. UNIVERSITY

HIGHER PRICES FOR FLOUR
Will be the rule if the wheat market continues to advance.
We have not as yet increased our prices and you will be wise
to stock up liberally at once. Our flour will keep and you
will save money.

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4th & Catherine Sts.
PHONE 423
"Home of Pure Milk"

You'll All Agree
that on these cold
October Nights
Our
Hot
Chocolate

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No Now . ... ....

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lk

Our general purpose flour can't be equatled.
Mimico Pastry /
For cakes and pastry baking is unsurpassed.

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French

Weak-Each
. ..Special

Raspberry

Perfectly Delicious!
Especially so
After a Good Show.
You will also find
here an excellent line of

30c - DINNER - 30c
CHOICE OF
MEATS, POTATOES, BREAD & BUTTER
COFFEE OR MILK-5c SIDE DISHES-ac
OPEN UNTIL 12:30. WE DELIVER

Try this
Delicious
Birick

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Milled from unmixed spring wheat
Order from your .grocer

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Try Our New Crop Buckwheat and Pancake Flours

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