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March 17, 1909 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1909-03-17

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Sam Birchfield's
-rine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burclhfield
1o 06
& Co EAST HURON ST.
HOT VWHEAT or
BUCl~KWHEAT CAKES
THE FARIMERS AND WICANICS BANK
MAIN AND) "UROON SI'IEEOTS
Capital $50M0 l Sarpdus and Prfis$90,000
Geoneral nankin,,liBusinss.3pecenti paid
o n i'eand 0aoanoa leposits. Safety lDe-
posit lBoxsnto rentlat $..00 and upwarads
0t KlumniF, Pres. W . na.aFF'3n. Vice-Prey
ft. A. ii ii iii..S, ' '.i ro I '. 'I' ao H;a.Assl.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
A GeneralciBa~nkin~g BusnessaTransated
OFIn'iiiannChas.1E. Iliscocl, Pres.;XW. ID.
Haurrimnan, Vice lares.: M. J.raitz. Cashiler
STATE SAVINGS BANK
1W. J. iRooth Jno. I. Shei,''i
Wma. Arnoldo I r. V. C. Vaughan
Ias. I. lWade F '. FhMlla
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
(OF .ANN ROno, Mmcii
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lies. Vice-Presn.
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0Capital. oiilll,IIOO. Surplusiand Irit6, ll 000.
(ehn-oA ercS o yans 3nk
Comm'seraeria.l ma.:id
Cov-. Mreri- d Liberaty Stre.ets

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9 -b)S PRING SUIT.S .1909
In all the lattest shades and styles
for this season, are now on display.
2O0% discount on all Men's and
'Boy's Fall Suits and Overcoats.
50% off on some odd Suits and
Overcoats.
,J. F.WUERTH CO.
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MEN ANoa WOMEN
Prices Prices
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$6,00 O~ $6.00
SEE WINDOWS
WALK=OVER SHOE CO.
115 MAI N ST.

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STUDENTS' LECTURE ASSOCIATION
JOHN HAY
Saturday, March 27

MAY FESTIVAL
Tickets for sale. SCHOOL OF MUSIC

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J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler
ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
ALARM CLOCKS $1.50
ALARM CLOCKS $1.75
"Fuily(Guaaraat'eud
Nvatah Rope 1.-Bnna spcialty.
1Rowe's Laundry
THOMAS ROWS, Prop.
326 N. Fifth Ann.
Now Phonn 457 Bnll 1Phone10l.
MAK(ERS AND DESIGNERS
OF COLLEGE JEWELRY
Hailer's Jewelry Store
216 SOUTH ! LAIN ST~dlm3d'
I arge Collection Antiques in
Brass, Iron, Copper and Chinaware
Ior' fraterinity' and enrality h(all-sonII
Stuldentei s lan.
didalian
Miss Florence S. Babbitt
YPSILANTI, MIC"I
iron Stre et

Single Admission Tickets - -
On sale at S. L. A. Box Office, U. H.

50c

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