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""ÍÍT Pk ,.. ,„-,-„. ...-„„- j TIME TABLE. TakingJEffect November 7, 1897. ' Trains leave Ann Arbor bv Central Standard time. NORTH. SOUTH. 8:3 A.M. 7:30A. M, 12:15p.M. 11:25 a. m. 4:46 p. M. 8:40 P. M. Trains marked thus run between Ann Arbor and Toledo only. E. S. GILMORE, Ageat W. H. BENNETT, G. P. A. Michigan (Tento " The Niágara Fallt Route." CENTRAL STANDARD TIME Taking Effect Nov. SI, 1897. GOING EAST. Detroit NïghtEx 5 50 a. m. Atlantic Express 7 30 Grand Rapids Ex ..11 10 Mail and Express 3 47 p. m. N. Y. & Boston Sp'l 4 58 North Shore Limited 8 10 FastEastern 9 47 GOING WEST. Boston, N. Y. &Ch 8 12 a. m. Mail&Express 9 18 Fast Western Ex 138p.m. G. R. & Kal. Ex 5 55 Chicago Night Ex 9 47 Pacific Express 12 30 O.W. EDGQLES H. W. HA YES , Q. P. T. Aïent Chleago. Ag't Ann Arboi MWantMoney? ora Home? Wan Work? or a Farm? Want to opea a store in a growing town? Want ___ to raise live stock? Want to know how to buy improv farms in a W A II well eettled región without pay U U in? CMh? Particulare and publlcations sent tree by F. I. WHTT - - NEY, 8t. Paul, Minn. NO. + W. WASHINGTON ST. HOUSE, SlG, OHAUEHiL AD FRESCO PaUTKR, gilding, calcimining-, glazmg and paper naad Ing. All work la done in the best atyle angwarranted to irive satisfactlon. Cor. Bates and Lamed Sta Host conrenient and central location. Cara for every part of the city pass the door at short interval. Elovator service, steam heat, electrlc liRhts. tile floors, &r. Bates, SI. 50 to 82.00 per day. H. H. JAMES &8ON, Proprietor THE NEW YORK WORLD THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION. 18 Pages a Week . . . . . . 156 Papers a year FOR ONE DOLLAR. Published every Altérnate Day except Sunday . The Thriee-a-Week Edition of The New Yohk World s tirst among all "weekly'; papers in size, frequency of publication, and tbe freshness, accuracy and variety of its contents. It has all the merits of a great $6 daily at the price of a dollar weekly. lts political news is prompt, complete, accurate and impartial as all its readers will testify. It is against the monopolies and for the people. It prints the news of all the world, having special correspondence from all important news points on the globe. It luis brilliant illustrations, stories by great authors, a capital humor page, complete markets, departments for the household and women's work and other special departments of unusual interest. We offer this unequaled newspaper and The Argus together one year for $1.70. The regular subscription price of ttte two papers is $2.00. REMEMBER, THE ARGUS THE WORLD $1,70 PER YEAR


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