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March 26, 1909 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1909-03-26

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sam Burchifield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade -
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burchifield
Co.o 0 T
EAST HURONST

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t, iea~rn 111101millbe 0hld onight att1", Academyt isoin N e' ubic
the. Fichian1 M on111 ltilloti'. The'r h e Ion(1110 a open nigt is iT uesdayi rom1 '
1,t gjilt 'i troni-cof tienlo n e o f t t 0to to o'clocki mtlin a tlasspractic(e
<v estevr hldandseera (i 1e ro1(1is aned. Wedo not have
F)rle stl esrn. Thelii lte ac1 ices0 o sl ontsie the Acad F Fi
1t Fin l' IiwhFoIFiltre spodtotassbildigad on t ad ietiis anyhdan
IF IF\tFFI IXX 'I' ito r eatcn. ndotf. nem eat 'seo aind otant 1other
-- ___- - _ ic i ith b stadii mht iiit 1 11110 o
II citt .I chic Iny h te aisr frm t clse1 he in 111111 fort it pei n t
cow tom!(,cs ( the pulicplatorm imp(CS.We tcrd iorefor. moraltil F

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This Store has won ab-
solute leadership in highi
class Clothing by always
showing the newest, cor-
rect styles,,an by giving
always the bstvalue at
the price. ..ar our)n
stock excclls all pren 0
displays.
"[he Best in the Wrld~
for tile Money.'
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Goe to TUTTLEi & CO., 30 Mte nS0.
For aplate
HOT WHEAT (Or
B~UCKWHEAT CA KE5
TiffIFARM[RS AND NMCHANICS RANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Caital $50,000 Surplus and Proiti $90.00011
General Banking Blusintess.. 3 per oeett pttid
en Time and Savings IDeposits. Safety iDe-j
posit Bones to rent att $2.00 and upwaeds
B. Kzmpr, Pres. W. C.STeeVFS. Vien-Tre
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Reorcs$2,11011111
A (Sneer. iBanking Busnessn Transactrd
Unriucano Chans. E. Lisceke, Poet.;IW. it.
Harriman,. Vice Pres.: MI. J. Fritz.Caierit
STA'TE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth J110. V. Sheehlan:
Wmn. Arnold D~r. V. C. Vaughnlil
Tas. H. Wade E. le. Millls
John B areor Jnou. Keol'
'rof. H. S.OCarhart IHenryit lDoglas
Cthristian Martin lDlan'F. lIlnrtitiltli
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
01v ANN AeBOn, Odtii.
E. 1). KLNNI,. IA [tIl 01it7, ott)
Pres. Viiice tes
Capital. $100,00.lourplls31n11 'Itis ito . OOo
Berman mdcn iaikQ Jan k
Con nxeroi.1ased
Saa.vinngs
Cnot-. Main s ned ]Libenpty Str-eetn

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atoot) ituuo. nta itt'betilert'ant
F- nail. TherFeltared to stilty Over
th. Fl.eFito gv yotor" il i ti Ic
,loutot them'. -' ; ad > e
toir. llhest are o-,c thaitwold Ilti
I).o p11 er21. pai . ely seleP tion i0
1clvistlob touloIFShoe Soetale
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tui(oltlt'oli txo. wFat.lBouth
: omii elinoft fat ernity1 dies. an

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Prices
$3,50 r
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$6,0

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STUDENTS' LECTURE ASSOCIATION
JOHN HAY
"Following the Young 6
American in Politics"
Saturday, March 27 "

You Must Hurry!
If yu«,aI, Iodre gel se fort h
May lFestival
Tlw e aeIsi 1) 1a 1 l imid 11 1 of1 m-eI l 0 sea 0 1 .
School of Music
lai 1111 It.

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c-lbrd~t I
1111 from1
"0111 0111.
ithe11 thin
Frei

to a Reception
thlll 111 Itaotbletaleand
'Il lin t 10111bho 01 illinn,
11 i' Ri pleaseof1'11 .11iviI1
dOwithouOtthsli lghest 1)10
It of yourdre1adl ..01hatir
n; right not 0tim1.()Iie
;d C, Heinninger

ALARM COCKS t 00
ALARM CL.OCKS $.5
r owe's Laundr:
THO0MAS ROW i-Pop
320 N. Fifth Ave.
'0 00') tn 47l e l.0-ni' 1' 1 .
M4AKERS ANtDlEIGES
OF COLLEGE JEWELR1Y
Eaillcr's Jcwclry Str
216 SOtll 'lAIN 5tlt.
I arge Collection Antiques in
Brass, Iron, Coppeted Chinaware'
Miss Florence S. f iohbitt
YPStILANTIMILKi.

Single Admission Tickets - - 50c
On sale at S. L. A. Box Office, U. H.

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