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May 29, 1909 - Image 3

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-__- THXMicd4toA~bAtLY __

GIANT
AT
MoneyI oaned
Ol tWtatches, iamnds La to ks I,
or othet eonal opa ertity.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
Bargains in Watches,& Diamonds
Office at residence 331 E. Liberty St
Ann Arbor.
Hlours. o 11 tt30 anm.. Ito 4 30 and f to
ALL USNoStnCNFEdN100TIAL
JOSiPH C. WATTS
THEFfIARMERS AND MELCHANICS BANK
MAIN AND IIUION STREIETS
Catital $50,008 Sorpius ant Profits $90.000
Gdeeral Banking tlsoctiness. 3iercret pid
on Tine attd Snctii=c lit' its. iiatiy De-
posit IBoxes toresiti ati$-,.0 0 a0 upwtardis
R. ItEee. Prert . ic. .Or . r'"< Sic:t:-ccci
The Ann Arbor SavingKS Bank
Ca pialStc k q50l01 iii c p 0-' (110
A Genral dBanking Buiness oTra ae
OFrICES'Chas. tE. IHCiO h, Pres.; N, . i
Hlarriman, Ticeres.:u. N.)3. Flitz. ait
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth too. V. wea
Wmi. Artitld tic. V. C linoots
Tas. II. Wadic:tE. I.:list
,John Itaacer .ii. Ktist
ceof. I1.S. Cartli sit iy.i i 1 tt.
CtresitinMatin DanlI('ii tutu inIi
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Iautpial, $100,000. coiu pis ait ofitsl-, t.tti0,0.
Ccc.'.Mracl an excd LI~rccctoe S8rpoo0

\i\ I1 1C\AN' SI DE'l.'],S P-LAN
0 esa ljtiottjUniitioof Sttdtsltitc s
t Ilctestproject ini the ecollcgiotc coilil.
ot tno ~c'ttttttp1rintted intthireelang-
tic.. sotccemcot inhg irtom the head-
tiltrtesofte iiutttit t exjico Citic
(Ai ci a cilosetrtutiotttttfIalltt-eittudents
'Tits t ctlltlil itw il I tilti-ntedit hreeilt
11m tt- cs i lol hit oltuaittl n-ll lucoi-
ta n onc tti tiltir: andoillcottb
it ob tt $ .,7ot peit it itttot I tt cisittoI lte
cebitcout 00 1 tel ccDit pid enu t of
tcrpu lc rutoc- Iei oucaidtot1-1cc tut
littitit cdctirtitndItirec toitecfttte
ii tac iii i ll t hemaain illbea
iii I Ia-onatis lanncediio'tiulate111
t0 cii iiofiicture postteard. tor
pesoa ad aional.11 -itt'iiit
The aii ccc lii 1111furtherii0stattott

'Iltcsdll eveicing Iliritt;itto i1i
i'lckwill he contin uted thrtoughi Sut-
lier Ycoool Session1.'rTis is nitlyccc-
in1g ihe Acadetmoycwii lacbeopeafater thin
regular school yearaitleshonked Ioc
pirivate lparties. 73-5
IAI)IIES-At loot, twe havie oa perfeet
cleltitr for iiede leatihers itt black 0110
stcoit ho kec tteimlotoko better itiatitetw.
Pttciiclt't Slice Stoure, t9i S. -Mai St.
rod-tt
If yoit hate your optical teachdstte
at H allers youi till be satisfied. Hal-
lerisjewcelry Store, 216 S. Main Si. cod
Spriing chirte-theloindththupleaoo-e
o cole hb' Allein, M13111St. 8811
Basebaollcsuppilies of ll lokids at
Cotlting's. 4011
OLD TOWN CANOES.
-Settd postal for "Caoo" catalogite to
WV. H-. Triplet,004 S. Thtayer St. It~f
'Te AtitiArbor Press, Prest buildiitg,
Maloynoardlstreet, furnticshen somleltig
tew itt desigtt all the litte itidonce and
baqe prilite logsraims. Call atid tee.
'Yoiuing's Ifltt'' (totte letter itmode)
ont soaloeattAllt't'Clothues Shop, bMain
St. 8815
SEN 101S
Ge.;o-uitlro'coilintg caurdso it lollib c &
/1-lwatllic'iThe liest workm1111111n
tt-e 11est prices. A spcpialto1 peir icenti
d11 ntg~ fordered'in iltein 11111,
street. I 311
Nekw"er, htotiery, gloves, for the
partculr ma, til le I tI Alen'
Clthes Shtoip, hliolt.
'l'EN1NIS GOODS-Pttot Serit
Logwo, antd Spaldiing's Gold NledaI
ra cot. \c u aranlOltcoa011t-racket
W0'rigltt i&.DIsonlc Chl pi onshilclip, ittid
Ct tutlrieltteinnis bllsc. Shicil t& Co.
d 'idetsI' tooktot re. 3811
(Pi-iitie Alemcut C'illi cil('-triteat
Ct-liege Int. 1811
tI 055S 'IC lull S -Get ctpecioal pilee,
til hoico-lill supptlies, att ('ttting's. -4011
lasititeckeafoir ir en.Ale'
(Iitec Shop. AlainitSt. Sltf
,matort clirtsicorientoot tilleiiatoilA1
leit 'Cl(othec ShtopAlatin St. ti l

Iriesta~e~tyoueanrc. akce,Ilook your bet at al tlrms.
SPRING EAR
Ment's atndlBoyt's Sitsinetoercibecfore so attractive,
distinctliottiliiuali-ty chi ator-, ftashiontright anid
qtalifycttres-arit lies iitic 1 c't tmost exoactitng de-
tmtnd.
Htselegat tgoo)0)stlyles, bigtettl lttliteb Kntox,
Stetson atnd ltBetoti cIuil 1 1111 i
Manhaittnirii t,ftill ice(Glovteso I~etiln and
Petrtilts itt'olcihatdcs.
E xliraoidiiiaitycdispcy of i t i l-ott it 11111faticy Vest.
GILLE'TT_ SA;f--£t' RAZOR
The college n o sf-' outfit is not
complete without ti P=ocket Edition
Gillette, Compact--_ ,ll slip easily into
the waistcoat pocket.--as handsomely

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- I ilo pcrlit-I tilt li' tin R ubcir Soiled
Picneld's Sloe ;Mtre0 \\ceboat' thieii
hos rubbe stiolesiiicmiate. 'The koindl
.11tke m lchateot n-sll -io oiiid $6.00.
PR ")Gt I RAli\1bS.
I1 1) p 10010 13lytfurnisrtoi. N0o'e oarry
I-1 ioiic & ,No to dol. S. Stot
'ci. 1;-o

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finished as a piece ofr
It is made on a time-t
but is a Gillette lociproveric
manlike.
'a iteniawh ttch ( ii cl, -
pit -, n iiO~ ttlii 11 I
iootalin or110>1111 - t
GI lo la;'1'"1' I IIl tt' l1001 it;7

rewelr y.
otoid Gillette principle-
t.i__Acater more work-
- Itlw 0't/tin raz orsfo
,N -t No stropo
t - -- torll'it'1 ill 0-tinr
,l - ' -i nickelt o r ou
t .. o ion Ne PocI

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ii i t I I t E c - = .
l 1iic1t'til ti Ii. lii I i . - ,' . i+ .'{r le' i . cc
Fatres otnP rs

STRAW HATS Our showing of the new braids
for this year is now on. Post
up on what is right by seeing
what we oiler.
WACNER & CO. State St. Sign of the big white shoe.

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Students' Lecture Association 30 . STATEY'T. VAN K LEEK'S
8 r 8 r 8300 E tWme I xiagtocasL85.
Oct Make
BESTBRALihLuce
BAO OGOR BRPILighfetiLunchey
tiLE AGENSn dtlnr
Waorrantedl nuot toiCrach r uirnIc ra
PRICESIc Cra
On nmake - - $1.75 tc$5.00
ii c ih eoods - - - $1.00 1.50 Poe 8L Z
Goti a Class PipePo s78L 8 u

8 P. ., Saturday June 12
Admission F'ree ~

OUR LIVERY SERVICIC,
approaches ini attiractive ouhuutuo
that of a trot class turtivta te t i. II
vaticty itbor enxc'eds thootilotutny pi i
estahlishmiietit. (0011ottit ainy itoo !A
atn' serie 3000u-require. Otoo-ter -
are nioderoate awheuthe otu3030 10111i0
catch taroieet a trainoateid 0auwe- th.
or' foneral, giocSoopping or tiub a dIt -i
for pleaoture.
Fred C. Heiniuger
114 N. Stater
Bteltl othe 199 uuoe P1hn- 150

JL. CHAPMAN, Jeweler
ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
ALARM r CLOCKS $1.50
ALARMt CLOCKS $1.75
0 ooly Goaraiuteed
W toc1t R apahi-ianaSpeaiaty
l ' ow's Laundry
THOMAS RO WE, Prop.
326 N. Fifth Ave.c
30 ;'1 til 4:e57at Bell Phone 4571I
ftAKELRS AND DESIGNERS
OF COLLEGE JEWELRY
Haier's Jewelry Stoie
216 SOUIH 'IA IN STREET
Large Collection Antiques in
Breass, trot, Copper ad Chinatware
Wo tern~cltity much sorority houses bicd
student dcns.
Miss Florence S. Babbitt
YPSILANTI, MICHf.

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