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October 16, 1910 - Image 3

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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

This Space
Reserved
FOR
Sam Burchifiel
81 &Co. "
Ann Arbor's Leading
TAILORS
106 E. Huron St. Opp. Court House
J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler
Atarm Clocks 79c
Alarm Clocks $1.00
Alarm Clocks $1.50
Alarm Clocks $1.75
Fully Guaranteed
Watch R.pair iletaSpeiltty
THE FARMERUS AND NILECRANKS BANK
MAIN AND HIURON STREETS
Capital $50,000 Surplus and Profits $100,000
General Banking Btusiness. 3 percent paid
en Timen andi SavingS i)epnsit. Safety De-
enos Benes te rent at $:.00 and upwards
tR. (cuF, re.Ps. . t. itm-r e'euN, Vice-Prrs.
1It. A. W~LitA se. Cashie F. T. STOWE. Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock J30000 Surplus 050,000
tResources 02,E00,000
R Gieeral Banking Buasinss Transacted
GrrsEnu: Chas. Et. Hiscock, Pres.; W. 0.
lirimnan. ice tees.:0M. J. Fritz. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
aitseucX 1Sur2us075,00
WetI. J. 1100th. Pres. W~in. Arnold. Vice Pees.
C. J. Waltz,, (achier
{cmn meicn$nsJ3
Comesnmr ta.I .amd
So .v~nsa
Co.Mla a d Llbrtv Sts-.a ts
FIRST NATIONAL BALiK
Or ANN ARnBORMaCH.
N; . I tINNE. HARtISONSOGULE
Fees. Vice-Pees.
S. W. ILAtdlSON, Cushier.
Ceapiicai. AS(0ce0 Srplsat end Profits, $E55.00

CCLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
paid fer ltin t'ttttsce. ffi tcihurs
1-2:30; 7-8:30 P."Il.
LOST.
Lost-kppao Alipha Sigmla pini. Fit h r
please call 463. 1G-12-1,3.
Lot-Ladies 111)111face tchiltith
Probably' GilStats. P intclr call 71 le
526-L. Reword. 12.
FOR REN T.
Fetr Rent-First flootr, ntcely /ttrtthc
stuite, large roomtis, steml eat tt, elec
4171IE. ULiiversity ve. itItt-12.
Itor Rem-lLarge , slim111,swlrom
stea hecat, electric lig.ht. ltd ttld
wter ini roomlt; 417 E. FUiveraityhi .
8-I10-12.
IISC1?IlANF,()I' S
CIII 101/4 ' .
Everylthitng albsolutlysatiseptic.
MISS E. J. "ODLEYT.
921 E. Ifluronl. N'''r IFelch ark
W11e carry the Geniei scleitacit iite
Montls,. All piridces. Slits Streetl
I tardware. ;-ti.,
EFtiler & O'Cotntr, Steoat itidFrencth
dtry cleatners. Repairinig. 61ot I,. 717it-
Iiatts St. 1-ti.
Besgint the schlttiesarcttithai ti
itpewriter. It mt enstter uitwte
univerrsiltctttrk.' Tha tlens""itt
fo~r the Oiiver and11thut'TFitirttttt . If
maittlnte,let Ius do youtr typewlrittinfo
luIORRJLL & GRIES(IN.
Latrgest stouckhofpoct niveatits, sft
Street Hardcore. I). A. Kdillinse. ;t.f
We carry a /fulltnetof 1((t ttitle.
Btish:etbals, Boxitng (lt'es, atid Slip-
plies. Stale Street Hartiware'. I1-1
Itillin he of chotintg dihs atState
Street Hartiware. I). A. KIIlls. , r 12.
Nec Tenttis EBtlls. Julet rt'sst' t
Statte Street H ardwa'tre. 11-12.
lBttyottr Gas atntileis c Studet1
Lampljs at lbs Stite Strsst Ila'rtltt

uct o111 O[I' 51' sIC 1.50 ANNEX1.
'I' t II tl(O10 t lit hie ittcreatsed cstil
tt ittt ilte tt ut's i i it ol of M uicc
anait,' a bei etatrtthtstabtishd crs
14a n i d tu street. It is ttq iipuhu(I -N t11lt
.tieasotsevetrtal recittion11rttuomls.
\N NICFNI?.l'2NI' O)12CliUiSFS.
li hc r s-tct'ria u urch.t
. Ii Atilitcai 1 /tif te (tsel t Stu'
Sia ettiOfToedai-.e Itibor,110 I
11<-ainSoiic it.IllassIufor
It i tt cr I t itt C11111 1_'tt eetti I/itt
Ch rI I 11 t I tic Il,12 10 tt/p tt tit. ultr.
3. h tcra Intrp tt iti otftie litit'.
book o Job. lass or bot Ime' t',t
II ttmen iuSacketi.llV61Ic1: ICutit t
IttttoifIlliviittitrS
1.Th ose urcttss'eLiCtllnto u
It'% t Tttcne11 Geek. ttti Ci 11e 01111

Signs are Beginning to Multiply
thtat we'cc gttttg t hae the F Oct tage cf til argc matority)of
cohit gc tttcttlhtis ses( as ein 1te past Th('1, ;c tothttng v
remlarkale at th lis 'a ht itn yoreflect i t VIALK-OVI R
shtocstoffer a chatce c hoiutcse as regards s1a011 sItyIc and pot-
tecn ttot affotrdetd by atty other usIe.
$3.50 $4.00 $4.50 $5.00 $6.00
THE WALK-OVTER BOOT SHOP
tI5 MAIN STREET, SOUTH

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Students
It's always a satisfac-
tion to look right and
be sure about it.
You can look to this
store for right clothes.

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HATS
CAPS
SWEATERS
JERSEYS

PLEATED SHIRTS
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
FLANNEL SHIRTS
NECKWEAR

HOLE PROOF
and
INTERWOVEN
HOSIERY

"Always the right thing at the right time"
WADHAMS & COMPANY
I 121-123 South Main Street

it Sil
S. Mat

51 srt i& S( the Museic IIi tis,

FALL WOOLENS
jWAGNER & CO., Importing Tailors, call your attention to their
*colleci-fl of seasonable woolens for men's wear. Careul attention to
pdetails and prompt execution o orders meri your paronage.

uni6versi*ty Music House
Press Building, Maynard St. Next Door to Univ. School of Music
N EW
MICHIGAN FIELD SONG
and
OTHER COLLEGE MUSIC
PIANOS FOR RENT
EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR GIBSON MANDOLINS
University Music House

CHORAL UNION
CONCERTS
)O---Star Numbers--4$3
MME. ALDA, October 20
McMNILLAN, November 14
Violituist
BONCI, December 9
FFLONZALEY QUJARTETTE
January 18
SAMAROFF, February 24
Piaonist.
FESTIVAL~ of Five Concerts
llnely's udtut Maccs'
Tic ts 1owonsale atsI"hlo f Musir c

The Neatest Place in Town
For a Delicious Luncheon
You should loss ao timse in becoming acquainted with
MACK'S TEA ROOM
A cozy place lor a dainty lunch or a d~elightful repast
Service a Ia carte-
Second Floor Mack & Company
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41st year DICTiONARIES 41st years
Ina QUIZ BOOKS r
Aeso Arbao- LEGAL MISCELLANYT Ann Ar-bos
Callaghan (E Co.
CHICAGO
AssesArbrs-a- Bs1e1%. State Streoat. Oppoaite Lawe Bldg.

Portrait Studio-

MOM

319 East Ihuron Street

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