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September 26, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

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September 26, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 4) • Page Image 2

…THlE \IICIIJGAiN P IL NEWS 7'lerchant Tailors... have gust receiv- ed a new line of1 Woolens for fall' and -winter. The! largest assort--ni ee TXTBUOOK New and .Second Hand. G The Best $1 Fountain PEN In the City. New & Seiond Hand Books E~ i ouht a111(1 Sold. _ I ISHEEHAN & 1CO University Booksellers, 320 S. State Street. 11 ' :it.' ,ia a M1ANAtjING EDITOR, EDtITORIS, il-A lA V-. I. ii NEIIAL NI X s i' it l 7; 1 1 1 ; I ?1 1-I iI The Beinning...…

September 26, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 4) • Page Image 3

…1HE _',ICIfai AN ~ILY-.NEW6 SFOOTBALL VOPENING LIPPlac kkor1 aisdrio lck c ninale {on eys ass pen aoking-good, straigh iiie o simmge.d tatteopoigaccrate kitking ofthe pigskin ball. Outlook for the Game in Other Co- teams shll line up together or no (tco i:iarov sd Orville F A ero-Discussion of Some ofthet farthi than fieyards apart, so thi1woiodre lihe tls mo ons sosloiiI)S- Now (ridion Rlesis 1 1ing sal 0 01e,1)01 E. r ic Siuis>ht, coi a s sa...…

September 26, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 4) • Page Image 4

…i . ..4 s 1 rr '1 1. . ". 'r: .{. ", . _ .i .. i. ii . G,,..1 i 1 7! _1 1 J _ L 1 i.. c _ .._ 1 Y C~~ ,oed Mornig Have You Read the Daty~CU SP~cIA elivered Daily Before re at, SEILPRIZES TO SUBSCRIBERS. Not open L~ ubosC ~ ,'resOn C'i'hoffer, h aivNx 3_1'iQ i>N NXLY Vl> AV LIERE '2 'OR-". 2 , t2 O L L E GE< 1 EAT..It iE t t Tr c t Ei- { it Ili: c 21 i~ '}S s22. < 1 (?. . e IT C, ( _ ., rv ,to(1-2' St'ti" !";)I2 , zr~ri , . ~tr i(:t1 '., . t: t...…

September 26, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 4) • Page Image 5

…THlE RUClIIGANDAILY -NEWS TUM APRL~ T E RIGHT THINGS AND APw FOR ENOUGH OFTHEM 1011 (. r-, Sui ~lF )A11ts, OvercoatsH t pai l h z1 c <1 .g i I 5 . l > R I : yl U i H t C a s . I i llth itef.tis#11al i1it coll Itn W's - t i i n XX2'L't :11t It.l iiit 1t '1TE INLttOCHl tl 2' 1tiCO P N ___~i1 WADAMS RYA &. REULE.t",t 1tS,.4 & APEEL _____11__1 __ s l1 #4h l f e a t u r e s 1 11 1 w i l r c. 4j. 4 .4e. i 1 1 . { i f 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 . . . . . . ...…

September 26, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 4) • Page Image 6

…1' IlL 1iI lI(AN DAL) 1LY- NE''" SPECIAL ANNO UNCEM"ET Contrary to our planning the alterations for our store on are included in our Washington St.xwere not competed for the arrival of our clothing and furnishings, now thew are here wve are deter- m"ined not to move-tanything that lowv prices wXilt sell. All the latest stvles in Coronation Mixtures and fancy S otch, x\ cueeL '" LE j FI C ll III..h1< t , 1\' t'I ilL . \IiIfl '''l'I I t'I'0. WMg...…

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