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Thouan sStarving,
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f One, of the import-
~ant "law~s of health is
~that 'foods. contain-s
Sing iron are abso-
Mlutely-essential. A
lack offood iron in the
average diet has pro-
~duced Avast army of
pale, anemic, bloodless people,
Swho go about with cold hands,
pcold feet, and a shivering spine
1because they haven't suffic-
~ient iron in-their blood to
keep them warm.

anca iron

WhR
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EAnother law is that food lime
r'is just as essential as any other
food element. The lack of food
lime in most of the foods we
eat explains. the decay of teeth
4and the lack" of ''pep.'
Give your body the amount
'of food iron and lime it re-
quires and you' are; sure to
Iknow a difference in your en-
ergy, vitality, general health.
Eat Battle Creek Foods
fBattle Creek Food Specialties
SIoffer you the food iron and
l1ime in the quantities needed.
I WE SELL BATTLE CRE

Comparison Shows;
that Battle Creek:
Food Specialtiescon--
tain an : average of'
seventimes asmuch~
r food iron and nearly
two and a half times,
as much food lime as1
do fifteen of the most conimon~
food stuffs.
V
The Extraordinary Amount of.
Food lime ad~d iron from Battle I,
Creek Focj Specialties
NOTE THE TABLE HERE: ooor.0t4 s0 n 00et
Meltose (malt honey) 171 122 r
Nuttolene ..........171 263
Malted Nuts.. . ......192 433
Brose................. 200 485 '
Laxa................. 239 515
Protose................ 249 416 1
Gluten 20%.. ......300 95
Bran....... 341 735 1
Gluten40 ........600 191 1
Sovita...............62600 1.2070
Zep... ..........0410 4070 S
Gluten (pure).......... 1487 498
Average ...........3 440
We sell the Battle Creek Food I
Specialties listed 'in the table.
Make it a point to try one on~
two of these delicious foods.'
You'll find them to your liking.,

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Milk and

Cream

THERE'S
A DIFFERENCE
fetween
Statements and True Facts.
You undoubtedly
know that by now.
The statements that we
make about the purity
of 'our,

are backed up
:by our

t
t

.Pasteurization
Process
" e invite you to visit our
"CLEANEST OF
DAIRIES"
aqd view our, scientific
methods.
Visitors are always welcome.
CALL 423
No order too -large or smallr

?EK FOOD SPECIALTIES'

TiHE HOME OF PURE Gr FODS

PHONE 326-327-328

114-1 16-E. WASHINGTON

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Annd Arbor
Dai ryCo.
4th & Catherine Sts:

We Like People
To Be Happy

It

Statistics

show that almost

six

years of the average man's life
yis spent in eating. Make this
short life as happy as pos-
sible by eating at

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QUALITY.
FOOD
SERVED

WELL
IN
PLEASANT
SURROUND-
INGS

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Vans unch

AT

4116 S.

UNIVERSITY.

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LUNCH ROOM
33,8
MAYNARD

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French -Cherry
and Bisque

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Week-End
...Special
Try ,this
Delicious
Erick
'loo
Phone 1427'-
2830.

YOU CAN DO BET'7°R AT L..EMB-L.ES,

maturday SPCIAL

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Baldwin Apples., bu. . .,
Hot-house Tomatoes, lb.

51.60)

Cherry g

Comb Honey ..... .4
Holloway Bulk Dates, lb.
Fancy Eng. Walnuts, lb.
Wis. Corn and Peas,2 for

.25
.24
.22
.43
.25
.25

H~arburger and Pork
Sausage Meat, lb. 18cor.3

Just The
Thinlg
FOR STUDENTS
is a glass or more of
IDEAL MILK
Drink it at mneals- and
betwe'en meals in place of
other drinks

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UNIVESITY.
DININ
ROOMS
Under
6ew ijanageinent

Fish-Trout, lb..
W~hite Fish, lb. .

0 . .2b

r r Iwri i Ii YiY . rr rwAw/

.28:

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Grape Fruit, 3 for.

Se a Rose Salmon, lb.. 031

0 * 0

Only 60c a quart
at your
dealers

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After Wisconsin is defeated;
-bring your friends and' rela-
tives 'here for luncheon or
dinner. They will appreciate
pur quiet service and home-
like fboods. And we have fa-
cilities for serving a few ex-
tra guests.

530 FOREST AVE.

PHONES 399, 407 ANDS 675-Fl

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P114iE 1269

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WHYA DVE RT ISE ?
The students in -our vicinity know where
to go for fruit, candy and light lunches.
They know the best place to buy cigars,

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Old a 1. seh6le

IDEAL DAIRY
COMPANY

LUNCHEON
DITNNER....

<S:0c
*.70c

tobacco,: and cigarettes.

We are ad-

CHICKEN
PIE
SATURDAY
NIGHT

IF Our
Blueberry, Pumpkin and

SIX. DAYS A

7~TEK

CHICKEN
PIE
SATURDAY
NIGHT

STR~ICTLY HOM1E COOKING1

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1212, South.
University Ave.

vertising to give other students, not so for-

Custard

Pies

tunately located, the
knowledge..

benefit of their

LUNCH

T1 I r ?yn kitchen

iI Note.:; - rIt is our cu~stom to
serve a' "ictory Dinner" the
3ISunday noon after eer~y Mich-
IIigan - victory. T-Bone Steak
*Ismotherezd with onion or not, ,as

THE NEW CONFECTIONERY

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