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Parent Issue
Day
22
Month
September
Year
1899
Copyright
Public Domain
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1NTW0 SHORTiiWEEKS The student population return and begin their yearly piano rent contracts, consequently there is but a short time for those desiring bargains in slightly used pianos to have a variety to select f rom. These pianos are put in first-class condition and a parent desirous of starting a child in music is wise who takes one of them at $50, #75 or $150, overlooking a few mars rather than postpone purchasing 'till he feels like investing $300 or $400. As a child can make just as rapid progress on such a piano it should not be obliged to allow those golden years of childhood to go by unimpiov.nl. Ann Altor Music Go. 205 207 E. Washington St. Now is your time to "gQ niMlflk FERTILIZERS For your fall wheat. Try and see the result. FOR SALE BY Louis Rohde, ANN ARBOR, MiCH. FARflERS: We have arranged for a supply of seed wheat of approved varietie8 inclnding Reliable and BudaFesth. If you need seed wheat, cali and see ns. ALLMENDINGER & SOHNEIDER. F. J. Biermann, DEALER IN AnrmUiïilïoïj Fishiïjg Tackle Tlie L. A. W. Repair Siiop. BICYCLE BNAMELING, ETC. 113 W. Washington St., Ann Arbor LADIES HUNTINQ A beautiful and useful light sutnmer wrap, will find THE AUGUSTA-VICTORIA EMPRESS SH0ULDER1SHAWL stylish and eomfortable. Thev are entirely hand woven ( about 41) inches square, witb 6-inch frinpe ) at Bethlehem by expert Saxon weavers. Softest wool and silk- warp silk and woof wool- inrich light green, delicate pink, recherche red, pure white or black color. When ordering, state color wanted. Postpaid and Registered on receipt of $7.50- draft, or money order-to THE 5USACUAC WEAVINQ CO., 14 noravian Church St., Bethlehem, Pa. EXTRACT OF VAN ILLA '( OUR OWjST MAKE ) Absolutely pure, from best Mexican Beans. Don't use a Vaniüa made from Chemicals r Tonka but get the best at Manu's Drug Store, 213 S. MAINT ST., fiJJN ABBOB - - MICHIGAN. APPLES WANTED At the works of the Ann Arbor Fruit and Vinegar Co., on First St.