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February 12, 1897 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-02-12

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

WE WANT TO MAKE
IT HOT FOR YOU,
Hot Coffee, Chocolate, Beefe
- Tea, Malted Mill. Oyster
Juice, Clam Juice, Lemnon- 0
ade-In fact, we try toe
make~ all our hot drinksj

The Aluminum Gtitar
Wlil not warp or check.
THAT'S NOT ALL,
The tone is full and brilliant.
Examine it.
ANN ARBOIR MUSIC CO..
21 AND 23 EAST -WASHINGTON STREET.

just righit.

'0
e

10 d" 0
t 5 and10 Cents.....
4 CALKINS' -PHARMACY,
Be Sure
You're Right
On Footwear.
There's lots of tricks in the trade and
tiiey're practiced more tiian you think,
bat sot here.
Tb's store stakes you susre you're right
This stor guaranstees you a safe invest-
.ment of every dollar you pstin~to shoes
use sell. Itbis a good Shoe Store, full of
goodi Shoes at prices way down.
Good Rubbers too, if you want them.
W. C . Reinhardt,
42 S. Main Street.
IN THE EQUIPMENT OF A
STUDENT'S ROOMS
i t is generallyeconceded ihat a stritied is-
strumoent is almost an absolute necessity. Tro
secure the greatest enjoyment froms the
purchase u et the best your money wvilafford
Expert judgmest pr'onouces the "iiay
State" instrumrats ito.fims in the sworld
An excellent instrument is the
BAY STATE $10.00
1E BANj JO.
We,.have is stock ciheqner isanjos
than this, but lot a substantial. servic-
fable instrument, at a low price, na
ether instrument manufactured can
compare wit it.
Seas toe illustrated esislogse.
JPOHN C. I1TAYNES & CO.,
453-463 Waishi,,gton Strert, Bsnon.
KyEaS.
THE OPERA HOUSE JEWELER,
C~an tarnish yos with a first-class Fountain
E'en. Pen and Ring reptairing a sisecialty.
--GIVB HISl A CALL.
]PHOTOGRAPHS
---Special rates to Seniors at
_3erryman' s
E. Huron Street
'r OF M. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
ti. rooms. All appointmentas frst clann.
imported and domestic cigars. Ladies' artin.
sic hair dressing and bathing parlors, up
.stairs. J. R. Troanoushi 305S. State s5.
NOTICR-All whlo desire to lake a
,eourso of fencing lessons aplly to
(t'apt. E. Beanmont. Terns, $15 for
thiree months. Lessons given in room
oever Caulkins' drug store Wednesday
-and Saturday afternoon and evening.
Everything to .please at Prettyman's,
"Good boatrd, good service, and the U.
-of Al. Daily on the tattle to keep you
.hosted on what is going on at tile
greet univeasily.

rS E E TIEMT IN OUR 'tbINT)Ob
FAN CY
MONARCH
SHtIRTS.
The name is a guarantee.
21 SO. MAIN ST. WAGNER & C0 9 FURNISHEES.
DOES YOUR LAMP SMOKE?
TRY RED STAR OIL--NO SMOKE,
No Cisand Wicks, No Offensive Odor, No Fouling of Chimneys-
A White Light-Butrss freely to the last drop of oil in the lamps
-Clear as spring water-0e per gallon-Delivered in our cans,
promptly-Sold only by

JEWEL..RY
40 S. Miain Street.
PATRONIZE HOLMES' LIVERY
and get the best service.
Office and Stable, 32 Forest
Ave. Telephone 106.
Branch Office at Paimers' Pharmacy
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stoch,$555,000. Surpius,.$150,000.
Oganized under the General Banking Laws
ofti tate. Rteceivs'e depositsn, buys and
selln exchange on the prineipai cities of the
United States. Draftu cashed upon proper
identificatiun. Safety deposit bnxes to rent.
Germane: Christian Macek Prms.; W. D.
Harrimna, Vice-Fees.; Chas E. Riscock,
Cashier: M. J. Fritz Asistant Catstter.
FIRST NATIONAL BANKg e}ro
Capital, $100,005. Surplus and Profits, 540,000
Transacts a general banking buniness.
Foreign exchange bought and said. Furnish
letters of credit.
E. 1). KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOULE,
Vice Fees.
S. W.CLARKSON. Cashier.
zE f rm rs I Irraimf Bank
sCor. Main an itHuron Streets.
Capital510,001. Sarplusn$4,0. .Transact
generail bashing husiness.
R. iUFase, Pres. C. E GRENan Vice Pres
FRt.ED. aisanE, Canhier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hont Luinces.

IDEAN & COMPANY.

44 South Main Street.

UNVRIYNOTES, AT TILE GRAND OPERA HiOSE. TUTTLE'S 8 .Satt
I'1ey TI. Lan,s::so.'ll F, of I ty lil y. ilsisll 'Thu m _tIurlty. swho siltgpiesetEC
ha bel v ti-,heefiol'seerltl Iasoub~le hill at. -tie GratndlOiterl'. - ONLY 5OC. EC
I b : , s't. 11freally hiave twos rut 1 iiil i'i
Il.lrsttures inthett'comedy of "ldut I.- -OUR NEW
5,0'li Stanlifor'ts I11'ili l r':;tt 'e l 5 .5' tisi'"' 11111 fl' E? seits'tion.s 1 nvl tr
i1s fiinal share 'of liie Slanforli tlt(' ''Sir IHenry Hyplofticed," is eluitain Vs OF Ie1 e
it -s'ill be tI eelilt' es' (5 r icht:i.,thai- 'ills ail seeilies aott' om noii 01'N WE ER
ivnll SI. Chiii, adteohrnigh itWM, ARNOLO, LAIGJWLR
11 . f'uknIS :ola he!il .Siti is, ii 5lllisp 1se t many' csr-
h'1lhliaS ils. 5115 1.101 t'ain colts, lie favored I' t ud ece M
outf ifc1 liege soinl''(lilt (f vit-kitess5. c-il:oneefy LoanetrediI!pecs
cs-hoeofhsclbrtdseeee Y ill r'e-et'erlt'e ives'ity the11 01101 114c'ti'i 13' the 55a1' 5we 111101sl suely gel tt n y L a .
On Wichet, il.tmoitds. Whteels or othter
somestel'. hee1('rinllg wh'ichi le tdriftedi'to Ilie Personal tProperty. Watches and Jew-
The ttli e itlt n vstrhs' ilit lil Itiliesli' is l in tctidentailly it elry Repaired. 010cc at residence. ft;2IE.
I~h anoncmen il eser'ays' y Libterty si.,AnnArbor. Mieh. All bosh-
I 111rkedl "'rite ssin-~lle of prosperitys- ness coahideauiiat. IHours, 7Ito ii a. mt. and
0D11l' thiat Haroldl.1I. Bow-miantithad '7 to 0 p. ". JOSoEPH 4'. WATS. Bargains
is syelled behtind I :tclouid of ltiteiatl in Second-Rand Wa~tches and Diamsonds.
cleredl Ikefistiye'ar law lss l o va-11 1111e1 ililS " Vthereuptoh, a5 witty
teorcl ctst ws 51a01l'l'55'o~. , integllr c lkd Ps ust Received a Large and Elegant
0'. Ma~ry Wtod-Ahllenh sill girt'an-d111 tloud a os-." Line of New Pips
lt-er o:f hlturt's to w5oitlnen5011 Al the ,iGtall, S~tursisy, I'b:1:3. Bot and Cold Lutnches at ail houes. Agents
1:13' a fie r'looll. Feb. 1-1,. t- 0 o't'lock i-r2-SfttrHiuyler's ansd Williams and Werirs Co.'s
1 lfChocolate BoaRoans.
Nees-:' 1Ha1ll1. All college girls :11' '1'frytheclebrated Swa11n iitLien)111'F R. E.JOLL wY -& CO0
e'i'll'l'rally' iusitedl s t h srese'nt. Ill 105. State St., Sager Bloek.
OREA RE UCII SAE !Groceries, -:-Provisions
GRE T - EDU TIO SA E ® andall kinds of Sanito; Lin
Foods for sale by
_________Stimsor & Co.,
024 5. STATE ST.
W. W.WET MORE, Anton Treufel,
SUCCESSOR TO MOORE & WETMORE, Trunks, Valises, Ofess Suit Cases
6SOUTH MAIN STREET, AND STATE STREET, CORNER WILLIAM.,T ANkuaD Vales pared Neatlyan
Cheaply. No. 57S. Main st.
I must have money at once, and therefore continue to offer FULLER & HfIXSON
my stock of Text-books, Fotuntain Pens, Blank Books, Sta- A Shasha in Prices. Foe ashort
tionerye and Students' Supplies of all kinds, as well as Mis time swe wilt
cellaneous Books and all other goods at extremely low prices. PRESS SUITS FOB 25 CENTS
Students will dlo well to avail themselves of this sale in CLEANING AND REPAIRING.
view of the G*reat Bargains Offered. 2215. State at., Over Rosey's Billilard Room.
M.L MARTIN, Funeralh.Directo, 0hath
Collins, Embalming a Specialty. No. 2 o.adMtli1akesadFn 7rd
M ET OREWFourth ave.
w.w.W TMR ~ Subscribe for the Dally..

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