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June 17, 1899 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1899-06-17

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

WE ENGRAVE
VISITING CARDS
- FOR -
LADIES AND, GENTLEMEN
In their respective sizes, in
CORREcT
STYI.ES..
Plates will be kept by us for our pa-
trons, unless we are request-
ed to return same.
Your Name on Copper Plate and
100 Cards, $1.50.
Every Senior will want them in
sending out their invitations.
HAVE YOU READ-
David Harum,
Mr. Dooley,
Aylwin, When Knighthood was
in Flower.
WE HAVE THEM.
SHEEHAN & Co.
BOOKSELLERS,
STATIONERS AND ENGRAVERS,
ANN ARBOR, DETROIT.

TELEPHONE, 106.

515 E. LIBERTY STREET.

Attention i Smokers I
10 Rambler Cigars for :5 cents 6 Segatet Cigars for 25 cents
4 Pittsburg Stogies for 5 cents 6 Bill Anthony Cigars for : 25 cents
11 Alfonzo Cigars for 25 cents 4 Brunswick Uigars for 25 cents
6 Lord Chesterfield-Cigars for 25 cents 3 Nat Goodwin Cigars for 25 cents
The above goods have a National reputation and have but few equals in this market.
Old Number:
44S NS..DEAN & CO.
ANN ARBOR. MICH- EA

Inlander Board Elected.
The following were re-elected
members of the Inlander board for
uext year: Gauss, Morrill, Bow-
man, Dewey, Broomhall and Corwin.
There was no election of managing
editor, but a committee of which C.
F. Gauss is chairman was appointed
to look into the matter and report
next year. _ _
Only 100 More.
The editors of the Michiganensian
have been making great exertions to
dispose of the edition in the short
time that they have had and have
met with unexpected snccess. There
are only about a hundred copies left,
which may be had at the bookstores,
the Inland Press office and of the
business manager. Those who have
subscribed should call fortheir hboks
at once, as they will be reserved for
them bnt a short time longer.
The Band edition of the Victors
was put on the market this week.

The Psi Upsilon fraternity is en- .
tertaining a number of young ladies
from Detroit and Jackson. A house
party was given in their honor last
evening.
Clyde Thompson, '00.., distin-
guished himself yesterday morning
by stopping a runaway team. There
were no occupants in the wagon at
the time and beyond a slight shaking
up to the load there was no damage.
The Hocking Valley Ry.
Only Line Having Union Depots in
Both Taleda and CotmbuS.
NO TRANSFERS TO ANY POINT.
3 Hour Trains Between
Above Cities.
Rates always the lowest and accom-
modations the best.
For particulars call on local agents, or
address L. W. LANDMAN,
Gen'l Trav. Agt., 67 Woodward ave.,
Detroit, Mich.

Shirt Waists! COMMENCEMENT GIFTS.
eactatnsaecialtofarundr ngard oreringa A Fine Lot of them which are very appropriate.
aup by phone.
Student's Laundry Associatior, U. of M. Souvenirs of all kinds, from 25C to $25.
Agts. for Grand Laundry, Detroit. T U IT
202 S. State St. New'Phone, 441 TOURISTS
A TRIAL ORDER. You want a nice, High-Grade Field-Glass. See
our line imported directly from Paris, the
That is all I ask for
my Laundry Agency. "Le Marie."
P. C. MEYER, Importers.
Tel. No. 179. 607 E. William St.
C L O S IN G O U T S A L E ! S H I R T S
FULL DRESS SHIRTS,
NE CK WE AR,
COLLARS, ETC.
You will no doubt need some article of Furnishings for the coming social events. We are at present closing out
every piece of MEN'S FURNISHINGS, and you can reap the benefits of the SALE PRICES in everything pertain-
ing to FULL DRESS.
We have still a good stock of the ordinary furnishings, and can save you money while they last.
WAGNER & CO.,

JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
THE
TAILOR,
DRESS SUITS.
214 East Washington St., near 5th Ave
W. J. Stys, Pnrs.
W. Anoan, 1st icper
J. V.ERA 2ao~n d Vice-perA VIG
JonN. C. WALZ, Asst. Cshier
BANK
Transacts a general
Banking Business.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK Onnd1863
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, 840,000
eanacts a generna haingbui het. Freia
exchagrbought ted sod. Frnih leter of
credit.
.0E. .KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SUCeLE,
V ic-Pert
S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
Cor. SMain and luron Streets.
Capital,,0iN. Srpls, $30,00. VTansacta
general banhing business.
R KExr, Pres. C. E. GnEENE, Vice-Pree.
Fan. H tBELsER Cashier.
The Ainn Arbor Savings ank
Capital Stock. s,00. Surplus, 150,000.
Reource.t$1,100,0.
Oranized under the Gene l ankinag so,
of thin State. Receie dpit, buy and ell,
exchangronathe principal citet of the United
Statea .ractsmcashed upn poper identification
Saety depit hne in rent.
OeFFcERS ChritianMach Pres.; W.OD.uarri
man, Vice-Pres.; Chas. E. discoc, Cashier; N.
J.Fritz Assistant Cashier.
LAMB & SPENCER,
. . THE . .
Fancy Grocers
We keep everything usually kept in a
first-class Grocery and Bakery. Call
and see ue.
318 S. STATE ST,
FACE STEAMING AND MASSAGE
Treatment fonePimple, Ilac-
head,ERcg., a apecialty.
U. of M. BARBER SHOP and BATH ROOMS.
J. R. TROJANOwSKl, Prop. 322 S. state St.
PATRONIZE
WARREN THE BARBER,
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS
BE IN LINE
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
THE MODEL of State Street
BARBER SHOP IDu&E'
B R E SH PIf you desire
first-class work and courteous treatment
try George and Harry at 332 S. State St.
ENOCH DIETERLE, Funeral Director
Calls attended Day or Night.
No. 161 E. Liberty Street. Residence 53S
Fourth Ave, Phone 129.
THOSE
A NOBBY
SUITS.
MIL WARD
TAILOR
STATE ST
DOUBLE-BREASTED
FROCKS. GOLF.

123 S. MAIN ST..

ANN ARBOR.

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