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October 29, 1908 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1908-10-29

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SiENTel-IlGA.N DAILY

Quarry's
Prescriptions and Physicians'
Supplies are our specialty
Yet we have not forgotteti
to add ai choice tine of
sudresc
Bath floods, Laboratory and
Microscopical Supplies
Quarry's
Money Loaned
Oni WatchesiDiamoends, a ioi I,
oreother persnal property.
Watches asnd Jewelry repaired.
Bargains in Watches & Diamonds
Office atiresidence 33i E.Liberty Si
Ann Arber.
Hous:O8t 13t a. ..1to 430tansd"it
ALL BUSINESS COsFIEiNTIAL
JOSEIPHiC. WATTS
JOLLY'S
30 S. 'TAcTEnSt
Gr-eat
Pipe
Sale
Your Choice
Meerschaum $
or Briars-------UU2,.0
PILLOW.S and
BANNERS
AT
D~arling & Malicaux
V. of M. BARBER SHOP
J. R. TROJANOWSKO. Prop.
110T 'ANDC G(ii 1) 11(a1Y1:11Alitil-
LiestandCild renil's.ai 'ttin.
322 S. State
Phone 359 Bel Ann Arbor, icn.

FAl'LT'Y N\

Cli '1CfIS N\ ClaCI \ I>( 't 1IC K N)'I A1

,lilt[1ll1,

if lt ' tiiii i iti theCo nrl stottosik int o t (Ihec f en e stai: ifor th
tiil. IItigtti nt e ra l asn li fttsSae1icet
da bcI ihinik, isthatthei hli nt i venig 1i1a1h02 ii ofthle Sai-
h iiithe co ragei of ti r convictii i iiion- ac rnh fteLi' tji i 'y f NI iW
"'lif i twee ntti rIt mt l tittl o n.l te ii N ttb
ihai'ti( Cuil ha't i in itliilas", -- --
si J.Ial(g% col d offerIn'1 till 1IM 'treeo-ltdet
go d rasn fr i oextit.tI iii' ha1ve l , 11111ant lttry rn a (e r"=IdI-t i ngli'
done siti hi- in cntro lilt it te wner ll es ok Ho s.ti
cls c i i ttii-iiti i o tltiIi NW 19i
"Itink hestdetsdontttaeihetW Ina,1,11ki gm . indr r tr
Co il seio sy tu , si ll II o _ l i iin a d o ti e ad

Throufilout. school days, college
days, business or professional career
tietConklinPet ccitt serve gilt faithifully atid make
wcriting a llcstireYouttidncit have to coax it or
fucsstvithi it toi get it lt write. Because of its won-
deetutl d piiciplteiiit responds instantly at -the
The Cillege first stroke antiMantoaicstin. even, steady flaw to,
r Standlard the last doi. Ancitcer great advantage of owning a
CONKLIN'S FG E
--you're never without ink.No matter where you may
he-n yur oom h,,tae hllat hepitt office, telegraph
office o ol r ona it-ran-a tiouhive tos do when
your Contu Pn n toerudyislt dip it in anyfnk-
cuwell, licessteCcit-hler ndyoticpea instantly fills
itsel and s redy toN~rit. ile ~esimiple miovement
also cteansot.No sy doprno spilliiig of ink-no
interupionto yur r~d of houht.llattisne catalog
F direct frethathe Inf: ueTe Concltin Pen Co., 310
ManhattanBlg.,Tk I o ito on cequest.
Sold in Ann Arber by Gee. Watr's Tw Io Fk Stares and Sheehsan & Company.
Reule-Coilh11i -Fiegel Co.
200-202 SOUTH MAIN STREET
We niake a specialty if bat 'ciuii o the Ivzt-ls t
of college metn who deiiicii tit N -aitittg in
clothes called ettyIe, it is ii lii liii c flinire tat .
Adler & Co. CutstomitTaiii citd Sit. is tindl Ge 'coats r
have flit repntatioiiofiigt t g ii ii 5-it, Aticea,
We cairry a b Cittilete ur ic ofi N itithatt Shirts,
Silver Collars aniditill to-dticI N( ckck ib 2
Everything in Furnishinigs for College men:

filt t I vI'll .
l'Iii Couci l is.1

hefireth i-it of
ac iviis itoppled.
hat 11liltrettitilli
ith the i students.

ct Cot

r h 11w1ellll 11 Caiii
ciii' - iii Sold itili la,-, I 11111
12-tf

S kIN 11,A \\ S.
'rc-ti-ill (. I ii ii' i tc -
i it ,31 "i t itI stitie Sfit. u, iii

I I I Nt[ : S

AI. I t{ IN Siiici S Sii c' tl it~ i

11 -iiho ii -(, ito 11or Ilc rtiltl.
IIw ii i li t r s. T -ie t c ca-a
litt 'roi I Ni ii i iat t h t i , lilC-
day th r tir lt I ill ] hediaith
iii i'ttt f tllti rit i o'-it i 'II--- ut

I- i t)1 'i-,C 1t'11111 iii loni,
" ?-2 t'iii
lnu sii and late opertic:i' 11111
N1 tri.t' ii iii i i - iii ii 51
i-ti '111ne ' tlitilctti o f iC iii

1ut eci -lii

l il ii '' i -r iici i t t, t 'litti'tti ai a
ii itt- b( I loo kitty for. ii -ti & Co. p

Nil TF ill O'l's ii t C.SS 0I G 'llt'.

clctmICad i liftci & Fi c hii

tet-it tiiii'-'. heyii \\ itii ttte' I it l l(,ti
tiC ti h ttli los Si.-c
IN I O'-i N NNI-' mlii i ld
litk-athu - tociii iii i-. iiatithetnt tic tfRoyal,
20 ;i i berii tl t . Si-

i i1 C t1. i111 k

t c< r
Inz?.

VAN KLEEK'S
300 East WashindneL *.t
Light Lunches
Confect ionary
and
Ice Cream
Phones 18 L 18 Blue

AlII I.ANCI llelliPhonie, 9Sit'R
RI. A. DOLPH & Co..
scatil I t. Ni tisitisn
I tneral lDirectors
2155, S l. 40'SAnArbon, Mich.
WAI KING LOO
C hine se Chop-Suey Restaurant
y D iishestl.t int it ii Lunce fc
'iit.irctittltlicrut- classier
aies
tiir.ic-andiiititilec Ehica-brae.
ft) Stirstone'do1111 I. lutstn5Br1s~314 S. Stale St.

Ni ,'RtCc'HtANN't' 'I'ANt OIR
kif I IRNG 51 NDt)PRESSING
2(c)iTi-> INsi ititinit.

I

sieo heihyinSti nin r o -im et. l alil- W AG(NER & O
thtirr'clthel'ts tatiliottitrly it:lst e s hapei of 0 t1ei weli er i npri- Talr
tieasa c 'ur ttate l'e till m y hw r ncsariy. Tltis
the Merchan 'T'ailor'sI~msi wss t see thedefe iilli ii - tt Ve h r>

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Studellts' Lecture Association
Reserved seats and tickets on sale
at S. L. A. Box Office U. H. Office
hours: daily except Saturday 4:00 to
5:30 p. in., Saturday 1O to 12 a. m.,
Special. Reserved Seat Sal.Strdy o'vr~ e

Choral Union and NMay [estivai
10 Star Conerts $3.00 Slnsgle Corncert $1.00
Senibtaich, [Gaiotiu. IBrosteini, 6-ahriioiitreii, T'eIlc'oticateys, 't'he
'foniaetOrchestra (I'llpicccsf -TheC horal Uin (3'0CCvoice),P icc-i
AllcnNMotg, ect Seyus,[SanilIT ddicc iHrcbhrt NNithcrspolon, ant
oilher Star- to he announceit
Tickets on sale at
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Orl studcnt cauvs ss.A ihet it coiiiisciou atowedl to tickeN ci ticic
IfEl[ IMiD[RI 01f(RAND) RAPIDS
For Arts azxd Crafts Fuzrnituire
is swell adapted to furnish stu'denits' rooms as well as
the dell. We have a nice line of these, also carry
everything i the line of Rs.gs anal. Pov-
tiers, toittake a coonm cozy said comfortable.
MARTIN HALL ER'S
Frriltn re, Carpet and Drapery Store

0. L. CAP MAN, Jeweler
ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
ALARM CLOCKS $1.50
ALARM CLOCKS $1.75
Iuliy Ciam I td
Watch RcpeAr-i"11 faSp"aIaltv
Rowe's Laundry.
THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
326 N. Fifth Ave.
Ncw thoil cc7 Bell Phone A5Ij
MAKERS AND DESIGNERS
OF COLLEGE JEWELRY
Hailer's Jewelry Store
21t651SOU1THTAlN STIREET
Large Collection Antiques in
[crass, Iro Copper and Chinaware
F or fraternli t tad uorority fhouses 501
studeint dolts.
11ililcis
Miss Florence S. Babbitt
YPSILANTI, MICHI.

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