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THE UNIVERSITY OGE MJCHlGAI' DAILY.

i

ENRAING!,
WVE ENGRAVE
VISITING CARDS
- FOR -
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
In their respective sizes, in
CORK~cr-
ST=TZES.
lPlates wiii be kept by' os for oor pa-
I rolse, onless we are reqoest-
edl to return saine.
Ysiir Namne toil Copper lahte and
100) cards, $1-50.
Eery Settior wiii want themt in
HAVE YOU READ
D/avid Harlin,
Mr. Dooley,
Aylwiii,' Whleit Kniighthloodlwas.
in Flower.
WE HAVE THIEMV.
SHEEHAN & Co.
BOOKSELLERS,
STATIONERIS AND) ENGRIAVERS,
ANN ARBOR, DETROIT.
Shirt Waists!
Weimlaspei tcclty of tiioirving tem. Sat"
isiaton giisitutt ti Dons c ar td or u
ip by pon.
Student's Laundry ffssociatior,
Agt..Ofo andLaundry,tDetroit.
202 S. Slts St. New 'Phone, 441
A TRIAL ORDER.
That is all I ask for
lilyLautidry Agency.
P. C. MEYER,
Tel. No. 1179. 607 E. Williamn St.

MORE NEW RIGS
ADDED TO OUR STOCK THIS WEEK.
PHONE, 106. 515 E. LIBERTY STREET.

JOS. W, KOLLAUFI
Foreigna and Fine Domestic
Wonolents.
214 East Waitingtona St., near 5th A ve-
ANN ARBOR.
W. J. BOOTH, PRES.
W. Aittasts. ittVim ci P
J. V. SHEEHAN, 24Vic t. S IIN
JOAN. .C. WosLTn,, Att. Cnc ier02' VI
BRANK

Attention!I
10 Rambler Cigars for 5 cents
4 Pittsburg Stogies for 5 cents
11 Alfonzo Cigars for 25 cents
6i Lord Chesterfield Cigars for 25 cents
The absoegoods Siave a National eputanic
Old Numbert
4450O. MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR, MICH.

Smokers!
(i Segaret Cigars for 25 cents
EBill Anthony (cigars for 25 cents
'4 Brunswicik Cigars for 25 cents
3 Nat Goodwin Cigars for 25 cents
ion ndi btt fe euas itis market
DEAN & CO0

D~r. 1B. A. Hinsdale will give tin Priigramin party at Grtanger's to-
addvreco at the First Methodist church, iighil at 8 o'clock.
Stunitay evening, Mtay 28,tinder time ____________
auspices of the EpworthLIeaigtue. At the LUiarian chitichliSuntlay
Subiject, Sonic motive Forces III
Modern Educastion. morvning, Eev. Mr. (Crocker will
preachl on 1 A New Era of Amtericaii
F'ovisisl earl-hiaiidled knife, on Resosiboility.''
Wastmienaw avenue. Oiviir prove
Iproperty al lhisi-office and pay for The Revised Schedule..
niiie.
-- - May 27, Northwestern at Ann Arbor.
Prof. *W. IV. Beiian, time inter-. C{30, Wioconsin t lDetroit.
national examiiner in algebra and Jutne 1, Beloit at Ann Arbor.
geonmetry of the literary cepar iient, , Consell at Ithaca.
'left for Grand Rapids yesterihay, to < 5, Lafayette at Easton.
attlentihie international ineetin" iof 6, Pennsylvania at Pliilatdeltthia.
thZon7ensCrsia )Asca 10, Notre Dante at Ann Arbor.
the oungMen' Chrstia Asscia- «l1(, Cornell at Ann Arbor.
ltino. 17, Cornell at Detroit.
Te campus viewso in time itic-
vntetsiau for 1899 will be unique in 'Te Wearers of theON~" in the
havinig never before been published. M iiccmetuoivtmt.
They will be tintedl in different colors _________
ans il viii h lemsselves fotrmt isvaa-
asble souvenir of the college yemar. WANT-Position as umtronm.
Don't Throw Your
> EGlasses nto matter how badly
Aw y will repair eye-glasses and
spectacles while you wtait, tut
lond you anotther pair wvile
- yottrs arc beiitg lixedi. Nstljitg
bttt thts lest mtaeriatls, expertwok
sttk- asltip anti hotnest prices. Eyes
examined free of citarge.

Transacts a general
Banking lousiness.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK in ro
CptlQ10. Surutsandtotits, $90,0i00s
rrn ts o r~nrlut-i. astines.coign
crcedit.
E. iD. KINE,tPrcc. tHARRaISttN cittt
S. xv. CLAGRKttNta-tier.
tsr. MoatittiHrun Streets.
Catitat, 15000. Surplu",X300,000. T'rants u
R, KEnMF, Pres. CtRiE. tt, Vtc.tte
FFnt. HB Sutsit. Cashietr.
Th1R11n flr~or Savings Banh
Capitat Stock. $meson. Surplius, 5150,00.
Resocurces. $1t1t0,000.
uf tttts State. Receives ttetotits, )13-i anii ir
exchnge. tritonstt uthe)itltie othe Unt~titeds
Satfety udepotsit toxts tost.
ttiCrits:vttri,stnRack. Pres.;Wi. .Itarri
man is tc-Pre.; vtast. E. Stiscoci..CasierttIc'
J.Fritz AssitusttCasthier.
LAMB &SPECR
Fancy Grocers
rWe keep everything usually kepit itn
first-gttss Grocery and hlakery. Call
and see us.
318 S. STATE ST.
IFACE STEAMING AND MASSAGE.
TreatmoienttoiptestBack-
tieadis, Etc_ a tscitalty.
U. of M. BARBER SHOP and BATH ROOMS.
J. It. TiiOJAsO'aSst. Prop. 322 5. Statte St
PATRONIZE
WARREN THE BARBER,
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS
BE IN LINE
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
THE MODEL of State Street
BARBER SHOP Dueyou desire
first-class work and courteous treatment
try George, and Harry at 332 S. State St..
ENOH lIETEDI, nra Embalmer and
Calls attended Day at Night.
Nos. 161 E. Libeety Streest. Residene 533 S
Fourth Avs, Phone 329.
TISENOB BY
SUITS.
MIL WARD
TOSTATE ST
1DOU BLE-BREASTED
FROCKS. GOLF.

~CLOSING OUT MEN'S FURNISHINGS!
On account ttf the ltargs increase in oar Tailoring Business, we have decided to use otur entire store for Merchant
Tailosring, and will close out our
ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS
DURING THE NEXT 30 DAYS.
This means that you have now the opportunity to boy any and all of the many articles included in a complete Fur-
nishing Goods Stock at
75 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR,
COMMENCING MONDAY, MAY 29, AT a P. M. AND CONTINUING 30 DAYS,
when what is left of the stock, together with the fixtures, will he sold in a lump so that we will have time to remodel our
store for the Fall Tailoring Trade. We have not waited until the end of the season, but give you this Splendid Oppor-
tunity while our stock is complete.
NECKWEAR-All shapes and styles. Linen Collars and Cuffs (except Cuett and E. & W.-which are contract
goods.)
Men's Hosiery, Washable Ties, Gres
Suspenders, ewa, Golf Hose,
SiCaeWhite Shirts, Belts,
Umbrellas,FacShrsColrBtn,
Canes,FNgligetaitsCola uttoLns
It will be money in your pocket to buy Ngie hre ufLns
what you need atthis time.W AER 0 8
Store will be cloaed Monday until 1:00W A N R & O.
p.m.
123 S. MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR.

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