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Phone 3i112-3709

Packard St,

QUALITY MEATS AT 10OWEST PRICES
3 No. 21.2 CANS
PINEAPPLES 90c
No. 21-2 CAMS
Yellow Peaches I9c
No. 2 CANS
Green lima Beans 19c
fresh Fruits and
VegtabkFs Always

Only the Best
FRED HEUSEL
CITY BAKERY

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20b E. Huron

Phone 7 913

Fresh, Salt and Simoked Moats 4~
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- ~We handle only the choicest ^nwl
TOcuts obtai nable. Trade withanM :KWAma
Plwn 128 20 Eas Wa~iiigtoi ~.us and you will see for your-
i 1I'lone4-181 201Eat Wshigto St =self why we have gotten the_
__________________________________reputation for quality and
r= service that we now have.
Fresh-
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You Will Be Rewarded
With the Highest Quality Goods at Lowest Prices
by Purchasing From Us.

Buttert,.

Eggs,

Staple

Goods

3Cakes.
Cookies
Our superior baking facili-
es make it- possible for
us to give you the very best
in all BAKED GOODS.
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SWashingtolln
3 Bakery
213s East Washington St.
Phone 82 11
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PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS ,

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Poultry

and. Vegetables

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Ann Arbor Produce Co.

eerything. Our customers will guar-

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Phones 6467-7464

707 Packard St.

antee

our goods.

MILK KEEPS THE
FAMILY FIT

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Give
our good

us a trial. The quality

of

Is

will assure

your steady

So

say

Wives

and

Taste tells,

That's

patronage.
ROBERT A. STOLL

e,,verywhere, for pure
milk is undoubtedly

mothers
bottled

why

so many peo-

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pie demand Ann
Arbor Dairy ice

greatest tonic for young, and
old alike. To keep your loved
ones well and happy, serve
our pure, rich milk. Phone us

Phone 22326

1 028 East University

Cream.

It's rich

and pure and health-

f Ul.

Order it next

time.
Dial 4101
Ann Arbor Dairy Co.
Home of Pure Milk

A car load of strictly fresh fish, cot -
Ssisting of four different kinds. Will
Sbe sold Friday and Saturday until
S10 P. M.
N\o deliveries will be made at this *
low price.
Deal with us and save the iddleman's profit.
We have the only exclusive fish mnarkect in Ann Arbor.
Ann Arborm
F-ish I ar e
a 1ngoI t

your milk

order today or fas-

ten a note on your empty
bottte tonight. Prompt
courteous service to all.

milk
and

West Side Dairy

720 Brooks St.

Phone 975°1

A Bottlec of Millk Is a Bottle of Health

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BREAD

IS YOUR BEST

ANI) MOST

ECONOMICAL

FOOD

A Delicious

Drink

Your Business Friend
The Man Who Supplies Your Food

-brings joy and vigor
i nto a dull hot day !

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Your neighborhood grocer is your business friend.

You are always

If

able to obtain from

him without delay any of a hundred different foods

prepa red in a hundred different cities---and collected by him for your con-
%v fieflec in easy buying.
H~e knows your preferenccs and caters to them by stocking only goods
he knows you will like.
Evrery day many grocers in and around Ann Arbor receive a fresh

Specials for Saturday
CLOVER BLOOM BUTTER lb. 45c
FRESH COS dozen 30c
Swift's Print Lard 1b, 21c
Short .RibBefb.9c
Bulk Spaghetti 2ls19c
Choice Round Steak lb. 22c
Fresh Fish on Friday--TROUT lb. 30c

With the

weather so

fine and

almost upon i
only invite to
oughly enjoy

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uis, a cool drink.
study. You will
the beautiful foi

finals
is the.
Ethor- *
untain

at
SWEETLAND

supply- of Gauss P"rycl Bread.

It is the loaf the grocer cats himself. He

-Where the
breathes

atmosphere
content

sincerely recommends it to you for its tempting flavor and wholesome deli-
ciousness, and because he knows the ideal conditions in our bakery and the
pure ingredients we use.
In offering you this better loaf of Bread he is truly your business friend.m

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