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THE MICHIGANDAILY

This Space
Reserved
FOR
Sam Burchfield
"" & Co. "
Ann Arbor's Leading
TAILORS
106 E. Huron St. Opp. Court House
J. L. CHAPMAN, Jewr
Alarm Clocks 79c
Alarm Clocks $1.00
Alarm Clocks $1.50
Alarm Clocks $1.75
Fully Guaranteed
Watcsh Repw~alnle a Specalty
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $50,000
Resources $2W,000
A (eeral Banking Business Transacted

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PRF.F, .]EN IFtLISTORY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING () 11 it- t ASASIN\T N
All matter in this columnnmnust be
paid for in advance. Off ice hours: In the. lit \tissue if thc Bltint ot f tlo
r-2 :30; 7-8 :30 p. ii. rcleoog -h itc, f tic I. ic a
PrfVrnITK leo heIailteAN'ED ii tieticitandt pit-esietiof te.\rc'ft't -
___________________________________________ cot tIstiftute, wilflset fortli tfli tf
Wanted-Graduate engineeir to take in- authenftic acconunt of thc assassinatitonitl
terest in weti cotablishel e nerig ier tlI eICtoo, i fit-rin r uci 'ir of
works eaninitg 20 per ccnt.t.il WithO thef:ix itiveitirti, wiile excaving ii Cy-
inicreased capital cat double earniings, inc fast March.
will turnt over otfice adtrauy to Itapers ro itt potofP~fs
rightiaatn. Sales and stopioti uto er i "rtfn I iii litho tmad i a toroughlul till
lihligai nmauagemetir. NW rte Etgle tin;- t of ifhin ittiix r, tN t .ftCoii
tFouit'c- anii iatich icuine o pnyI Ft f-ifted 1w t un turalaf tritdii f i thir
Trcott, Kansoas. tb- 17 rce-t}rx thefir ti-ti s V1t1 h
l[Vanifcd--Sev-eral husitlcrs o lvrciifytcrtot thei c of tflu. ix. 11 ist th
rest, sotlicit ii.tif itfor n eivexr tfii'inwi 'i-f e eraly isit ln a i crsiccl
iFtap aitil Farmi Diretryiofi V xlii lir fr tem, ft tilthlt te 1"v ed
itaxenc uired, ttu Itutltu ' s o rk ulari] it if ifi f t t' ciibfardtatli the
Ird is] t'ois -cinrex r s felt ors. r eftxiI i cx n fi Mold i ndet r thfit f ccestcfl
Makeapp itment bypcfn eif or x ai l i, ftthe spri ttich suppl-fliwter ti' c
w~iith C .- lf Chadw fnn icfkflliinPub i fl 'niit x it'' i li whft c hiffisft ii ' i I lithi
Nnif'l Baaln Btdinig, \Aimi ANi rhut ise
Ztih, fB-IfllfPhone.' t74-6 & 8 fteft it fi thei dead Af ant f t11111 ilt -
fItxitfi'if hut' the i'lxtitiitatfurtit t tre nearix thei cfspo t x-in- fin ass o -it
hoiisc.privnite ir srrt, Ieeei
if itesireit. dltress "XY MIN IGiAiNixx Sfi M:\ )1 1 1 (ff11PW lfIs
DA),i'. t73-i70 ill N SI1NGl Ji ('INf (11S'S.
tr~ll s \I ifixhntmlionl ifjfurit'l] is ti rternit,
t1291i N httiitiia s\vntti Suitab fle ert a rl izat itt for thefirft c
fora r a teriiiy. Lo i . I 1, I, x- imewe- - - -lce - -rIan d c
ecutor.u ii'I f ii'f , Kalt Matthews, \Vali ii t c lxi g-is
Ix'fii] FORtiiREiIN iT i fttli Ie iii~t01 c~cm ncs wct
tuti- ltiitr S fmm r t'cafttufiiif fi it c t I lt''aft tltmav m m esb iglt
xi 'ft nftl ~ wL iiii
t etcNfttti u +SLtl (ftneat fti'. hut ftMitiltltlr
MISCET IANFOI S NI xcxi" itnBat(,DePM)an 1n
Nitti, 'T'isnit iii w I I citt haIee t xliiaai i'dn- fom ote pifnen ft litic I
tne who has limxei e of im t-ii iirttix xi ix fttiiiifi tf it eix Ixxi
lin in .T he wIoirkx to bei fi ri c tl y i ti 1111ciy it Ixh cft'i''lof tt)0{) itnd it
_ newspaper aifi-i i i n" 'p l.M c h itinctttiti til-ittng- the- -
stiiititiin-ixf ifin lleit tixif Nfl rtit
Itt s ('t i pentc of ( lu t adi''d . G m a hatr acistleda
"i tiih cufla fitti t citesatif ii f. 7 t t i xl~a at )e r, i iightfix ic i l - i
Iel ) t l h t it duff ilt' i, 20ixx fc ifts ci 1sh h c, tiftfix t ixtitittixi tis ear
cuis.15f d It 111 l"ro lii 1111111t
l1TN'IltNG St'S NiTNI.t l S. I It flINt xl I tx N'I'NI.Nllxx 'S
It'sx iti fipince It]ift' sui it i ll hn 'si twx piecehin t hn s it lal
sires', speillant $1.00i a stlilt. \M lck & Co.i i zeslot c l t it If ist l xit. NIackfcar Co-
176ft 179 177

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Shirts
Hats
Caps
Trunks
Bags
Sit
Cases
and
Spring
Pants

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Spring
Shirts
Hats
Caps
Trunks
Bags
Suit
Cases
and
Spring
Pants

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OFFICEtRS: Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres.; W. t).
ii titan, Tice Pres.:t5M. J. Fritz. Cashis,
TiHE FARMERSl AND MECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HIURON STREETS
Capital 550,000 Surplus and Profits $10,00
iGeseral Banking Business. 3 percent paid
ons 'lileanasd Savngs tDeposits. Safety lie-
posit Stones to sent at $2.00 and upwards
It. (uEr, le['es. IS1. . PRTTcYMAN, Vice-Pres.
Hi A. SWiLLiaMS ashi tuierst+. '.TOWEss.Ass,
ermanAneicnSvillgs fank
Cot n.s-clB..1 sn.rd
Col-. Maleh .rad Llbsertv Strst
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ott ANN AsRBOR, MICHt.
S. D. KINNE, ttAtdlISON SOCLE
Pres. Vice-Pros.
S. 0W. CLALOKSON, Cashier.
Capitai. $i00,0i0 Surpus andiiProfits, $65.000
STATE SAVINGS BANK
Capital $5000 Sur-pius 75.00
iRisourc'es $i,250,000
Wi .i1 Boothi, Pres. Wem. Arnoldxi Vice Pres.
C. J. Waltzn Cashier

3 A pee~ Po Dero it Unitedi
FD O di l fI It ,.l. it 7 fil liii n
oc- _ ii' 'i i t t if tcI'(.Ix I
Noi 111w) -, e xiicetra cars ande
111r tjc I - I I..-ittbepromptly supplies
illtxf~it < IA, --l lxican Indian
$25.00r S brf $i ;1 1'
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au; aGli]I I iw
d te. I 2t. 8is-. -
E. EF. Calki', 0H g5 1 5t~~eer
I2 j.34liili

J Lines
of Varsity tie-
(lai so-rvice-,oit
xxi orixiim Anti
extra service
sd.
Blankets
ounseutCnotms
flidy Gift!t
-... .$ 5.00
4 .00
zsize) 10.00
KET CO.
&CO. I
Cnfetrioeryp

CHARLIE'S[ltH Sf
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fCharlie Weigatid Po

S AlT TI'TLE
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CRASH SITGS Zllto a~h u' - $25.00 n s{'as

a' t I .nu

Photo Shop
Corner of State and Liberty
LOOK FOR THE (BRIGHTEST LIGHT
Special Price on Post-Card Photos
3 for 25c or 75c per dozen
Satisfaotion guaranteed en all sittings
made in evenings
COME UP AND SEE THE WORK
Open 9 to 12 A. M. 1 to 5:30'P. M.
Evenings: Mon., Wed., Fri., Sat., 7 to 10

41st yrta
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Bran

- l~t 41st yearo
-ANY AnsesAcJk-bee.
{'JN c, RESTAURANT
anY ihop Socy" and Americun
OheChops and Steaks
ti al Hours
li~ 0Si APIS SAND) GENnTLMEN
'nWAI KING Loo
3141.S.State OP STAIRS

2 for 25c
Best Made-Merit in every Thread
WAGNER & CO.
ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
Oipposite' Sf1c'ciIc Waitien StRoi
GEO. V. STOLL. Proprilotoc-
4 SDoors frout, Flreddie's"'

Reach Cork Center B4ase Balls
at State Street Hardware

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