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November 20, 1907 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1907-11-20

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Sam Burchifield'
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burclhfiekl
106
&Co a EAST HURON ST.
Do youw~~7
worth O
for $1.00
-all at our htor'Ote tl1 atthe
aarticeelars of t ieeSan tec ..' t)cal
Ceaceacany's greatixccc cr
ei-,th4ac greatest offer ev.r.:
i a Ic. prepare arlns.
BKOWN'S DILVO STORE
120 E. LIberty St.
ALARI1 CLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
Ali thie het make-s andecull3e eiee ee d.cee
MICIGAN PINS AND) FOES
25c up to $5.00
FINE WATCH REPAIRIN~i
A SPECIALTY.
Watch Inspectortfor the Attn Acboateilroead
J. L. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN ST.
Branch: 304 S. State St.
The Reason Wvhy
piecewitheemy annul a itle o
of Pipes, .1is iC nceYU
thatI cyth1ey(Iilar estan
imoet compleeline oipes
Tobacco C,nis n ' at o
ithe City.
Watch the Window
W, . L.JOLLY' S
3ilS 'South State Stecet
MRS. IJ. II ROJANOWSK I
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSERj
tHair (fods, tHairdressing, Sttamnpooing (
Manicuring, Face Massage a Specialty.
322S. Stat St. (. tirsellrtPhnne 35e9

:.a ' t rMEDIC TRADITION 1 1z1:r([ 1:1>
HAS BEEN ABUSED jib" e t >e llt, i actassre
Juniors Preempt the Seats of <u =u ( 11r1;befmd.
Seniors in the Medical Ampht-i ele ltilll1'
1 The 1cvlor")f t"Ils val s 1andol t lb

Dissolution of Partulersi le

theater.
't'here is iitiu le hi the icafipjiof the
meicse. Sitradiioni ef the edepuartmento
has 'el been absed. The juiors ire
cli e y te t i le l t e teuoue e.-
"ii Mi i firs -last lbeiday ini 0o1'eelf the
11111 lthelbe-t -eai'., leavinig oniiyeibouii
t ioen \ 111111places iifont feret ii
-lrvsiie - liihoie in anoccu
,ied o-li iiecsiat i w 'sulbjeetedl
;oediiies O .ef amieiorless li-ou
ltr. heseneeiors. eoeuig ibytwosee
mluehrlisiintotue miere geeiiven
.1 ~ ieeg of whliiiaeee'ite-d le-ne.
It lias leenii a cutoin he dieeiparte
(((lmh 1 cusd. I chcoliiint Iee he-
f iie'e. -ith iii hee t eobjeci, tie-ie- are
vaiio s (ifopnin. Soel ttebute
ti r 'Nil'1es thee'ir e llie iethat lie'ice
(1 lelll-.- e)ov r he wa e-rtin
lee! n thsiaetosae-thatiiiany
g i ei nci ellije (li
Te inleesem o eTteo good
1 c o he ato . T e el'ioiei
t i cd tN passitiiflig((N liteM unee-.
li;ue. l anaio . Ohes laeime-hati
ii
I )r, i ilililiel of ii iiii illlecturejo-el
! li ai? ci li e- t e S colgtcu
i h ceNwtell room oin Tlt pan 1101thiis
'oole acuaine ledth iiujet
The snir\ i cas eideeatete iri
1 IN 11lichi Unll lee 'eleee on
- t lnll~ l n1S. e l i llln at i
C lck I iii I lii w illie ser e l-ithe
- ii c ll Iiirniste mus'i cie. 'lpicetse
M el cel'c. Hobe rt.ii.vIes'. Haisi
ei l -ec-elele
.11ll ate1( ,- e b o s io ent otillers. tf

Iee as 1 of eel(I l len iis. 'eleileeci te the
,rh rsday v~lil- a 7 u;o ili l t le Gill
- ~cr~il )\ rS ehl ni -. 11(1 Stoe
E ii Ieee ii") eplays elW is uged e
t( lte d i s le' ii()lilt
Cd~rn ll i s,)ici -n ell ' 7lfor ; ii,
( th iii i e ee~ 1 II l, c ti s_ ic e r
the . ;too: i 1wig iued iat e$25
sham. l~ uacm~tdiel tequart1 ers
wIil he i - f i a e'l r () i-(t l

Thce firm teas
done business for II
cocoa tears aned
teas aceepted as its
imotto:
"iv c-cutstomers
hottest ceichan-
dice and at one
pre," and have"
aileays lined tip to
t 1)e' iir adveertise-
nmentswhene gicineg
a cle- aeie ~sale.

On Nice. 9thaihe edoores,
were opeceed itn the gireatesct
tigititnate sale itf Men's. Bey'
and Childee(n 'loittlelug.Itets
and Ftiinieleiuge, 'cii' held ice
thtia sectlion oeel-ie counitry'.
IDacetfri-ccc c~lue c lese
Noc'. 3tlS.1i07. We hive a
gumed stock of lteteleiteej-atced
Fuernishing's cii hanrdwhi-ch
ewill b le-ied is a(,e cetiscl -
OU t"t ec'aed'i- eli ' of ( t Sec
yeears Fsods c eec 'ave 5e)er-id
oct eve-c- lilli'

fi jr ie-c. 1 'i C . .
the ~ ilEt- li
{;oodi{'ti
eli - II eI, i'

Tit eC~ l CeM
lu tcl ii lle laen °
etIt o tel I li v

leet It3
1>Ir -t

that

Ce aI llti
a i .

l- l rie el-e arl -
t(li' ac dc-
-t e e- eli 11 Ic
ap; a ii l iii

-'t iWNTiTAE lie IAEDC III
(lee s' llcrt ) N ial l Ale'e
c- (((ilpus le l, ile -eearr l liii liil -
1vn eel In al ntfs~c. 1h
1 ; eli e leih e il c a t t s t o t e e f rill e x -
lie-I f lr_ lat

Saebler Q (
Anm Arbo~r, Mich
WATER-PROOF COLLEGE S Z
WcXe Icece thee, antee he kited espec 1l tial e I11ae,1-
Hecavy douleltsoles to heeltliougihly visceelie °ihr,,,mdlesl bouey-aertlh inT l c hIn I - h
Leathers.
Dress Po
Agri A leor.
onace ir lc. Ii i~
hccls. ii
Walktng. TiestPric
W alk-wover shoe 0
LARGEST QUICK REPAIR SHOP IN C1"ir.

II l~-c lecic Se oHart, Schaffner & Marx
'Ic ecidollacs isieces enee ageainst all - Fd DesS°it
los by ice. (Geo. 3.Tilallier & Co..
I-ee i-lei' eee ie.eceee. el ouhI properly tailored $37.50 to $45.00+ae
Maiii street. tfI Fulil Dress Coals ande Vests to Rtet If cO

BANKS
THE FARMEIRS AND M~EHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREEITS
tapital, $50000, Surptus and Profits, $65,000j
Gceneral Banking Busicness. a per cent paidi
onc Time and Savings Deposits. Safety De-i
posct Boxes to rent at $2.00 and upwardis
cR. tieser, Prens. W. 0. STnVENcS. Vice-Prees
F. HI. itaLSn. Casis. H. A.W WcxcIAms Asst
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
C iapital stock, $50,000. Surplius, 520to0
- Resources. $2,200,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
Oricconse Chas. E. Hisceock, Pres.;I W. Di.
iHirriman, Vice Prens.: M . J. Fritz. Caskier!
STATE SAVINGS BANKj
W.J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan.
Wm. Arnoid Dr. V. C. Vaugksn !
Tas. H. Wade E. F. Miul
John H aarer Jno. Koch 4
Prof. H. S. Carhart Henry W0 Doug]ias
Christian Martin Dan P. Zimmermaec
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARcBOR, MICH.
Pns. Y NE A Cite- LrE.
S. IV. GLARt5iNO ,(easeir.'e
Capsical, $1c0,ts. Sourplus ande Profilts,§50. itti

NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR
Aot it v rcoat or
'Cray nette
Weare showing the right stykE at the right time
See oxr Hato and Spalding Sweaters
wADA ( Qco.

SE
The Palais R ya
209.E. Liherty .t.
lior 11he1Lateist lie si t e
AND
AL SO
Banners of Other Clee
Cozy Corcnerlttrii.es
in Japacnese aned Indian Gooteds
Everything lea Brie a-Blrac.

Fa.shiom Store

121-123 S. Main St.

par rr r±r--- ---

German American Savings Bank ' Fart NDIECTAR
Comxmorola.' a s Office 2119 S. 4th Ave. Phone 98.
8.vtngs I Eesidence 102 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314
Cor.. MeIaand 1Libarty streeta I AMBULANCE Ott CALL

Patent Leather Belts 'ib iie H tLu c
E acyu eer stitr ee eiue j. Sen'coi ii,re At T uttl.'s, 338 S. State
pieceeof tieraceccetesshoswhoei cii heyecrder. _______________________
ITEBELTCRAFT CO.. BOSTON, MASS.

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