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April 22, 1909 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1909-04-22

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MidiUldAW DAILY-

Shave Ihyself
We ofettiefntrr
Gillette Safety
-AstiYou iI t.." I
145 II
New Process Blades
AT
Quarry's
Money Loaned
On Watches, Diamtonttl.Law tooks,
oothber'perso~nal prperty.
Watches anti Jewelry repaired.
Bargains in Watches & Diamonds
Office at 'etidentie 3111E. Liberty St
Ann Arbor.
'Hearsto'is11:30 a. m.. 1lto 1:3'0and 7to
ALt BUSINESOS ('OrrNFI oTIAt
JOSEPH C. WATTS
THE F'ARMERS AND ME[CHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURilON STREETS
Capital $550,(00 Surplus and Profits $90000
Gerneral Ianking tuniness. 3 perrcent paid
o Timne and Saetig>IDeposits. Safety De-
posit Boxes to rent att$:3.00 and uptwards
It. Kssns-r, Pre'. IW. (). SerVEiN'S. Vice-Ptres
1.A. WI~~.\ t te' I tljer F17.1 oiost.A
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
A Gerneral Bannkinng Easiness Transacted
UrrIcERS: Chat. E. lHiscock. Pres.;I W. D.
Harriman, Vice Pres.. 1 X.I. .1. r1itz. Cashier
STLATE SAVINGS BANK
W. I. Bh et Jo. V. Shleehtan
Wmt. ArnIli lDe. V. C. Vaugh1anl
las. 11. Wadle Ir. le. 3I1ls
John salteer .Ilil. iChi
Prof. H. S.Carhtrt lHenry W.iDouglas
Chrstiatar ttins )a FI i I'/11111eretan
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Pres.tile-Pet.
S. WI. 1 ,l\ lilt 'tN, CIiee r
Capital, x100,000. Suerpllus1and1 leelis. 5.11'0..
(jehln-rnricn~avlis ank
Conm'e-nsiae..laxe.nd
Ssonirigs

HIGH SCH~OOL GIVES
SECONID CARNIVAL
Many Novel Attractions will be
in Evidence at Shows Given
by Students and Alumni.
week i ''the cndl Ibiennial ii'ig sihol
Jttioal1111ill b iveni.l hi s 'a h
program istt bett11r tIhan 1e111111"Joitns}
11on11111 l Seltond.e' the. 0111att is Ill
atci onCI' lttlitears ait ,ii ndi i ll he111
flloiwedthis 'tilt " erg ah
ingt ll h itto .' i 'Ith l tar 1'. i iar
andi thttl- inclit' o ) i ll t't'tisi
clilt' ti ott rskt tizabtht . ltdtttt 11111
Noweitittl l adlotiltitit' 01 ~ n otplt
4 I~mn ItO t ei CarrolItito It
Camp ell '.t'ti i, 1Rssll :Mlls, 13 Ilal Il
loilt. 1 II 11
The plt is fr ahea of "J1111H1
Joe,"ad th ly s ben;care

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In0hi -l"111101 lititi rof.Irt 11
id : 1 iIll It y' 0 il10 o ,t i i t l ayIN
held t p() 1in 1 lpitioIllt 11d
I'al tilln I twas lra k:l i ncIt'l eit t ti--l
I'lrs lhd tak tonla illac ti Ittlpart ite

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1J=esetnaaelat youanCarlrask, lok yonn~r- bt at all tes.
Men'st a1n1 1oy's 'Su1 it LIer1bfort lola'ttraIctivt
ditictitontindividlity liarLul' tc Ifashionti Cgit and
qulity,5111r.varietits ito I Ieett Ii IlmostiexcItig dc-
Hats lt at i go )0 '11s tvLsbightest Im11lhltL', Kttox
Stettsottand BLaconcIrIllenitrsi
MatohatitnSirits, fllinlue I t itt'r'tDetits antd
Pcrrtis in aii siiades.
REULE, uF NI ; EL
Gillette Saf~ety Razor

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>i>(l that 1'II1111)
nic c ; l tala
t 1 tall it \ a11i1
trial
«-c11 w ishh, >
11 .)f all(-VU )C(
; >ia>>c"c Yhiljla ,
4'a c° fo i- the
irgc r t th(
1, him the s c I

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t, licitli1t
it tci it zG '

I t) ti nk tha i 10 tPitit ti
andsI i tOe h
'.111 1 '11111 :mditae'It

l i~t I ' II .1 ,t, iat i lasl ccle
1 Ire f u C I Inv -ha h ve
,'I I I Itd let1c\v l sit 111,II', 1111
tcIl 11in 1cc 11 11a h Ic>-brt111 v
,tnd tlt~~k~u tI s he1 er1 an
ch~ ltpt ; c : ,'1llc e rre n 0 " °<< C itte~
th l~c^.c> Ivc It canl,; i a in it

Clean shaving is part of the
college man's gospeln It goes with
the exercise and outdoor life---with
good spirits and good health.
Five minutes a . y spent with the Gillette
Safety Razor keeps the face shipshapc. The skin is
soft and clear.
IILLI'E"i'TIh:.
The .IiL isi kitt to 1w 1 ( lt '1k11neot atid
einootlieot oshaving ed' 'ii 0 d c 111 t C i n It ' IteMi
sttlf a clean., s ia ti ingt i i t1, x1 1,; ' E -deCsploiite'
tough l'atrd ald tt'tt et 01111)
saver tof timeicant inoi 3111 yer.ad1 ip-
ized globle.
I'lllaldatl'd octo 3)111
(I~L.LE F'FI IAXl 1S t;(dOIl'ANV

I 'tto14lA ' >

'acn. Me fmIn'rind Liberty Stnreets lionstis237. C. IT Maito &c 1.1.rC.

i

,t
111111 tli' l lit d itft
s Ui lloprloo fir13tiltt'plin it Ilr itt loet (ttiitoatcoah

IYou can tell a tailor made

ink- re11W J*t )rtl ry< acd dost ;. Pl ii w lltctlcrdW . tiZ s'IOJI .' I'D.0 11111 d st to llli

I

You Mus
may Fl
Tlwrt, ar ia indtdI
School (

J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler
t ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
4 Hurry!" ALARM CLOCKS $1.50
re~ei Isea t rIlt ALARM CLOCKS $1.75
estival watch_____________aSpecialt
Rowe's Laundry
)f M icTHOMAS IROWE, Prop.
an 1. 326 N. 'ifth As,.
Nets Phone 457 Sell Phuone 451-1.
A Carriage On Easter MAKERS AND DESIGNERS
twill :save your swife's dtres' and perhapsl OF COLLEGE JEWELRY
hetr temper. We are preparetd to hire
you any kind of a rig yott desireeeither Halla's Je welry S$tore
for attentding church or'a pleasant rtde
in the countrty. Chttrch calls soldhJ 216 SOUTPL lAIN STREET
he registered now. If tile provethial -
Easter shoowetr occntrs oullil tllics11r1 Large Collection Antiques in
suie to he sortly taxed. Brass, Iron, Copper'and Chinaware
For fratIenity. and es~ooity hlossand
Fred C. Heininger t 5t 5 tndllt deno.
Ill N. Stalt' Miss Florence S. Babbitt
Bell Phitel'191 ome1Phoe 101 tlYPSILANTIn MICHl

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"Le Barbier de Seville"
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