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January 28, 1897 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-01-28

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

'TWILL REST YOU -
WONDERFULLY -I
when you are tired from
walking about town. to
stop and take one of our
hot drinks. Beef tea,
coffee, chocolate, malted.
milk and a dozen others,
eno everyone is good.
You'llyfind that the five
or ten cents is well spent. % DOES YOUR LAMP.
r x--- /
TRY RED
CALKINS' -- PHARMACY, NChnWiko
oNo Chand Wicks, No Off ens
A White Light-Burns free
-Clear as spring water-10c
promptly-Sold only by
WoTZKEy

WHEN YOU KNOW
Where to go for
your work-you find that well made
clothes cost no more than shop -
shop work - We use only the best
material-the most thoroughly train-
ed operators-Study each form, and
fit it- -- -
OODSPEED'S,
_ 15 S. MAIN 5T.
' STOST.
SMOKE?9
STAR OIL--NO SMOKE,
sive Odor, No Fouling of Chimneys-
ly to the last drop of oil in the lamp
per gallon-Delivered in our cans,
SAN & COMPANY.

MAKES TO ORDER
WOMEN and MEN'S
Easy Fitting Shoes in all the
Latest Styles.
Best Place
for
Repairing
43 S. Main St. - Upstairs.
OUR LINE OF CHOCOLATES
at 25o apound

44 South Main Street.-

UNIVERSITY NOTES,
Dr. McMurrich, who has been con-
fined to his home with la grippe for a
day or two, is again meeting his
classes.
L. It. Beals, president of '99M U, Wio
has been detained at his home at
Grand Blanc since the holidays by the
death of his father, has returned to
college.
Already 15 or more names have been
secured for the purpose of bringing
boxing teacher from Detroit. It is ex-
pected that the list will be complete. in
a short time.
Rtegular ineeting of the Chess Club
will be held in the Engineering build-
in; Thursday, Jan. 28, at 7:30 p. m.

Plenty of Writing.
The amount of mail that passes
ttirougi the Ann Arbor post office is
another evidence of the money left
here by students. During the summer
of the past year the receipts of Iie
office were nearly $1,000 a month less
thin the remainder of the year when
the University is open.
In 13901 over a million and a half
two cent stamips and stamped envel-
opes were sold besides 200,000 postal
cards.
The money order department is run
as a separate b'usiness. Over $100,-
000 was paid oit during the last year.
Nearly a ton of newspapers are mailed
here every week.
NOTICE.
A social will be given by the Stu-
dents' Christian Association to the as-
sociation of Ypsilanti Saturday even-
ing at Newiberry Hall. All members
are invited. 85
All candidates for the track team
must report at least three times a
week at the gymnasium for the regu-
lar class work.
Merchants having Fruit and Flower
Mission boxes in their possession
please notify Florence G. Dillon,
chairman, 44 Madison st.

HALLER'S
JELU[ELRY
STORE
46 S. Main Street.
PATRONIZE HOLMES' LIVERY
and get the best service.
Office and Stable, 32 Forest
Ave. Teleplone 106.
Branch Ofice at Palmers' Pharmacy
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, 650.000. Surplus, $150,000.
tResource. 1,0,i5.
Organized underthe General Banking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, buys and
els echange en the pricipal cities of the
Cited Stases. Daft cashed pse peper
identification. Safety deposit boxes to rent.
OFFiCER: Christiane ack Pres.; W. D.
Hiarima, Vice-Pres.: Chae E. iseck.
flshierM. Jritzr Assis.ntCasher
FIRST NATIONAL N\OganIzed A863
Capital, 5100,000. Surplus and Prefts, 54,000
Transects a geeral baeigbusneess.
Foreig exchangeboughtand sold. Furse
letters of credit.
E. D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOULE,
Vice res.
S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
sor. Main and Burom Streets.
Capital 50,000. Sarplsg s0,000.sTransact
general haing bsiness
R. KEMP, Pres. C. E. R ernE, Vice Pres
FRED.iH.BELER, Cahier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S, 48 S. State St.
f.-a ONLY 500. EACH
OUR NEW
U. OF M. PIN,
WM. ARNOLD, LEADING JEWELER.
Money Loaned !
On Watches, Diamonds, Wheels or other
Personal Prpely .Watches and Jew-
elry Repaired. Oice at residence, 31sE.
Liberey t , Ann Arbor, Al1h. All Su-
ness'cosfidential. Hours,i7tolIt a. m. and
^ to 9 p..J OSErs Q. WATS. lBargan
in Second-Hind Watches and Dlamondu.
Just Received a Large and Elegant
Line of New Wipes?
lit and Cold Lunches at all hoess. Agents
for llayer's and Williams aad Werera Cs
Chocolate Bon Bons.
R. B.JOLLY & 0O.
20S. Stale St., Sager Bloch.
Groceries, -:-Provisions
and all kinds of Sanitarium
Foods for sale by
Stimson & Co.,
Q4 S. STATE ST.
Anton Teulfel,
nEADQUARTERS FOR
Trunks, Valises, Dress Suit Cases
AND TELESCOPES.
Trunks and Valses Repaired Neatly and
Cheaply. No. 5IS. Main st.
FULLER & HIXSON
A Slash In Priee. For ashort
time we will
PRESS SUITS FOR 25 CENTS
CLEANING AND REPAIRING.
22. Sa ste E. NOver Rosey' Billiard Room.
O 0M. MARTTN, Funeral Director, Cloth
and Metallic Caskets and Fine Grade
Ce.Ana. Embalming a Specialty. No. 17 S
Fourth ave.
Subscribe fr the Daly.

are something fine. Have you ever
TLhis will be in important meeting, as
trird them? A larger assortment an aendment to the consiutiuion is
every day. Only pure foods at to be considered. A11 interested in

H angsterfer's
COR. WASHINGTON AND FOURTH AVE.'
AND 26 SOUTH STATE STREET.
'Your Tailor !
Have you seen those nobby
Suits Milward is turning out.
MILWARD 40 State St.
T 0 i].SHAVING PARLOR ansd ath
1.1. rooms. All appontments Senst class.
Imported and domestic cigars. Ladies' artis-
tic hair dressing and bathing parlors, up
stairs. J. h Trojanowski 30 S. State st.

dless are invited to join.
All candidates for the baseball team
must report at least three times a
week at the gymnasium for the regu-
lar class work.
G. A. StILLER, Captain.
Board at Prettyman's, on N. Uni-
versity ave. You will find the Daily
there to greet you each day, with all
the latest college news.

GREAT REDUCTIDNSALE !

.,

U. OF M. CALENDAR.
Saturday, Jan. 30, 8 p. M., Univer-
sIty Itall-Final University Debate.
Saturday, Jan. 30, 7:30 p. in.. New-
berry Hall-Reception to Michigan
Normalites.
NOTICE.
If six students will hand their names
to Prof. C. G. Taylor, of the engineer-
ing shop, before Feb. 1, a course in
photography will be offered in the
Summer School. If six do not signify
their intention by that time no course
will be offered. C. G. TAYLOR.
FOR RENT-A very desirable suite
of rooms, 15 Forest avenue. Best
of table board.
Swan Linen copies well in letter
Terss,

Moore & Wetmore,
6 Sonth Main Street, - F tate Street, Cor. William.
WE MUST REALIZE UPON OUR STOCK AT ONCE
We therefore offer our Stock of Text Books, Fountain
Pens, Blank Books, Stationery, in FACT OUR EN-
TIRE STOCK at prices lower than have ever before
been offered in Ann Arbor. Students will do well to
avail themselves of this sale, and procure their Second
Semester Text Book now.
WE MEAN 13DUSIN''SS$T!T!
GOODS MUST BB SOLD.
MOORE & WETMORE.

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