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May 12, 1911 - Image 3

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This Sace
Reserved*
FOR
Sam Burclified
s" Co.
Ann Arbor's Leading
TAILORS:
106 E. Huront St. Orp. Court House

-- TH MICHIGAN DAtLY

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
All miatter in hisco/own muwtt be
paid for in advance. office hotirs:
1-2:30 ; 7-8:30 P. )n.
FOR /SAL P,
I'or .Sale-T'wco (2) 1\lii "toit l
serve cittiIckts. WellI /ii'. /3 i
gallert, Prce $5,W)i ccCh. 'I'Ic 11 M
12:30 to0 :00 t). 111., Or 6:3o to 7:'0)
p. n1., Phtone .No. 21(1-3. tf
lit oi'' To ilotfa st6it ltickets, fot
Oiiiiicocrtt rforiire'stiifiweck. :ilain
15 4 -5'
li'orSalt/c-StandardtiI tiiil 116 foot i
i.(tltip'ilwithi 2 1It p. slcci;1i/cd i/
,dt cliiii.'c nill. A k t ec I h
Jcttroiii. 15 -----
Po Salc-' to / )Cmc ~Ylrsi
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LOST.
7ent.fr.mSc. tco erit i iT1{
ti/i iiihe pu i lt lr cas tt.
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Wutrav~ll IiANED 1',mIws

MUSIC AND DRAMA
"All that l ier is lt l 1',. a
it't, en/--itrvoca ci it /1aiiol't/ hand1
F / iine, i/i/ers iuyn t make611,,i/ i rds
b ttlvd fi their pticealv th /s /111'
/ I ii i/a 5/tiies c kis/ apropos of
s ii /u' It () 01it 1,5 W om the antil

J. L. CHAP MAN, Jeweler
Alarm Clocks 79c
Alarm Clocks $1.00
Alarm Clocks $1.50
Alarm Clocks $1.75
Fcully itnaaniiietd
Watth ROP&Me.Je'la Specialty
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Ctapitail Stocki.$30,i00 'Surplus i$50.0000
A Uenrs~al Banking Business Tr'ansoacted
OFFIC'os: Chlas.1'. tHisocok, Prts.; X. I.
Himtan, Vice Pes:ii,. 01. FrOiz.('ashier
F"lE FARMERlS AND MECHIANICS BANK
MAIN AND) HURON STREEOTS
Catalt$10,000 Surplus and Profits $10,000
Geueral ttaniiinig Business. 3 percent paid
on Ttie anid 130dm iiD'posits. Safety iDe-
posit Boxeso je nt 11 ii 1:10and upwards
it. A. Wiirii in's, t'0'i >r K T, '1' i,.ii, Ant

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sixty l ii l t e lg -t' lt
2r 11li s h n toi /lc5al( h
weiglt c"I stll lck; fel nlil i
//th~ii r / h i c i; cd il c

Walk- Over 0O.xfords
Spring styles in low shoes are now ready for
'your inspection. Tan and Black, Button and
Lace, for Men and Women
$3.50 to $5.00
(Get fitted by our rule system and notice the
satisfaction of perfect length avd width.
Walk -Oyer
Shoe Co.
H 1 15 S MainlSt
SPRING HATS and CAPS
HAS oNAME":AT
HAT HAT T
Get Your New Spring Suit
at
WADHAMS & COMPANY
t21-1 23 South Main Street

t 100

C/y1nll!km aean yayi. Ba l d// i/d.I -ti t (' 1 C/ i/ C i~
Conplyrcia.plrd i/iii 1007 I?.i. i ril/6
S~t vioatr sMtSCELLANFEOUS
Conr. Mete. sod Liberty S,tra /iicugPiii tic/'
Da /nc in fr /a,'i llize pa
FIRST NATIONAL DANK
OD< ANN ARBOR, MICi.
Pres. ii'-Pres. cial/ cite it C)/AlIMt
S. X. it,A Ittit iN, Casieriicl '031/".
('aptcal 100,0tO Surpls:iandi Pri t 's. li ____65.000_______
Sp( ci it sal ilcwou a/Iperi, 6'. /
STATE SAVINGS BANK jor & Cii htI)Ii ttloiic 237.
(t'aii$50,00 surpluin7;5.000i QU/ARRtY > DRUG CO. accisati/i'
ior G1,11-IttS TUS 11G1RADE/'
C.ii J.iuciu Wat, XCu.ahiiii ii/erote. (toc. andilSoc. put I/i

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rW hy you
Should let us
Make your clothes
WAGNER & CO.

I1st We design all our clothes and have them made
in our own shop.
2nd We employ only the highest class tailors in
the making of our clothes.
3rd We import our Woolens direct and save you
the small jobber's profit.
State Street Tailors

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All Songs Snmg by the UNION MINSTRELS
including
Winge angee 'Woo
Writtetn espec/illy for this show
CAN BE PROCUIRED AT
UniversityMusic House
Press Building, Maynard .St. Across from the Majestic.

MAY
FESTIVAL
Wednesday, May 10
Thursday, flay 11
Friday, May 12
(Two Concerts /
Saturday, flay 1.3
(Two' Concerts)
A FEW TICKETS LEFT

i

WIE
FrenchDr
Clean
A Suit or Overcoat, 75c
Suits Pressed, 25c
Trousers, 10c
REPAIRING
Fuller & O'Connlor
Tailors. 619 E. Wiliam St.

. ,

A JE S T I
M TONIGHTU
Jaes Kennedy
and Company
MATINEE SATURDAY
CHINESE RESTAURANT
Fancy "ChpSuny" and American
DseChops ad Steaks
at alt Hours
TABLES FOB LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
W AI KING Loo
314 S. State UP STAIRS

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Portrait Studio-

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i/r//IAlllt

319 liast Huron Street

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