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November 22, 1907 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1907-11-22

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Sam Burchifield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burchfiekl
& Co. EAST HURON ST.
for $1-'-Q
otrit'ngreat in io.ffer c
120 E. Liberty St.
ALAP7n CLOCKS
$1.00) $1,50) $1.75
Al the best males and fully--arn ,l
MICIGAN PINS ANDI)7013S
25c up to $5.00
FiINEO WATCHI REpAIRINUi
A SPECIALTY.
Watch lIpector for the Ann Ar-hort'alrohad
J. L. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN Sr.
Btrach: 304 S. State St.
R. E. JOLLY
cf SmoersieArticles. Faorte nee
ten days we are -a list
Arcdia 23il1. fora%)-
todeu es'cptct 3lPk.. for 2i-
;lics tMixture : Pkg.fit ")
llctnemter our (aft soe ni
K, E. JOLLY
MRS. IJ. U.TROJANOWSIt
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSERa

1 T1HEl~ATREKFR\N.CAlS"
IS St PINI)RlI,'QItTBYST ATV
Iii his talk ot i PcThecatreractct,"
ien inlTappanttflail lctture rtiontt t
d 'clock yetetrdlay, Prof. Johni R.
thei intattciaI ltuptact recitvetiIrotthet
govrnmt t t'ttttad of theaplaysandtl ay-
ed' ibt LoiscIttV cttt tae m nte
ce ttcy ndchstrcitvetlctccsice tht
ime t'ttetsttpctt itf tce gottercmtntl.
It isallitttcti 240OOti cf ttran cs ttyer atnd
belongsiiitote-stte.
AIlicre i are ctwo clase oi totir., itt
ist u-i-- Ptt' P aietti ittatiw ic chave
pee there longet; iaitshir intthei
po I t- . i the'p 1i- i' it t-Ihoitare
pa t- ii na aaay . hia-
it i canei m d h iithecaticfr Itm
Suly-a libter known tilnthe tt rest.i
M i int t i - theeeahator hia s i ii dualot
liihility.it itli it h
-Thc ir- aid plas t eat neo
ill.rat h t IKte-ilh SofDecdrm
Ill Ivck A tt Ii P t Irfo 1m11clI
1- ien i he sk " ii i ti 'Pl-
ti--osni Ii h hve Iitrary -IvItui
in~ ar plyalewth sm timetto
II ' r t lay hiusettOftptotll fedt
I .itimi mill ir I icitti ci
- Te! ut pe 'itti iic oi lii s t fr
ralltiy it anditit he iii Si t tola y
co ey aid a- t rageidy i ill t he Sit

S~tlSli~( t I LI1SSoUIIL1UIIo01Partnersnip 10ai

itIoldhulldIte intt- promtuiinetplacc
itt hit1citct i etdiic ttional ivc-. It is
c-c.ta l i tch it liIhe -ti lipd tat Cotngtress ititi
ftutre.S -ht ti itol o ing frot all pait
ofthe itti o-rilid h) a nti al intt tstittioni
ofto1rIandttold artoi lltcorners'it
of the eti-ccAmerican tdeas.
Pf. Richard l i- on appros of \ihi-l
litlihng o a nt onatl uiveIsity4t.
Yetsttttsin speak iiat i ti-esaid:
The idahstike le tm hvorbly
Sinc tit' tatS g l t c h I tith
atvttI ;It' tii nI utu itis h ft r
itda n negrdaewr.i
inen cold funda un erit hcr
ittdh asces.Teopotnte
-ferd y t-iat cllciosnWah
ingt cannt ih tquld intlt" It.

The firm has
done business for
seven years and
has accepted as its
miotto:
"Give customers
honest nmerchan-
dice and at one
price," and have
always l.ined up to
thbetir advertise-
ments when giving
a clearance sale.

On Nov. 9th the dotors
were opened on the greatest
ligitimate tale of Men's, Boy's
and Children's Clothing.,IBats '
and Furnishings, ever held in
this section ouf the country.
Don't forge-t the sale closes
Nov. 0th, 11907. We have a
good stock o1 Clothsing and
Furnishings cit handi shich
will tie sold as adlvertised."
On ever-y ti-141a you cave
.0cetsl and ott some of last
years goods ye-Li sace 5ocut -at
on every tlltit.

Aftettis sal-
the busines sawill
Ite carriedonittti
before, It_) .r 1'F
treemberc [,lit- is
the tHome0 ot
(httod Clittlirs,"
it antinglio'
nttascreltcas-ni i
let us knotw, ht
if lit K.toll Ix
friends. Wi-t atit
tyoits out- fttul'
t uitotnct.

Sta eb er QA Wuerili
Art"i Arboir, Miciv.
WCATER-PROOF COLLEGE SHOE
Wec hase thems, and the kin(. especially mnade for such wnar
Heavy double soles to heel. tbrt nughly viscoliced withiz-aw hiCh
middlle sole absolutely waler ti ,ltt in Tan, Brewastndl lackI
Leathers.

I

1 h1 t 31St h 1) t i ca t - i W1l k0O1e011a
l,(tST 1-ottlta iiicaiat707 "41-la' - W l -O e
tttl tat0 t Putt u-u. LARGEST QUICK REPAIR
IPISI iJ'ade's c-il-I atc, -ia
- itjj~jit t 37Hart, Schaffner & M~are
(,,)c. lac illtlttii ct. i ottt properly tailored $375 o $50
I al ac c - tt- i Nll-- IuuTalPs.. 3t2 S.
:Mte tc Sit- p Full Dress Coats and Vests to Ruitt

Dress Pomps
The Icriest acid fifS
assortmnterl or n inii t
Ann Artier.('omndafitry
on a pair that trill fit your
heels. Comuilete hinecoI
Walking Ties, Price $4.01).
shoe Co.
tSHOP IN CITY:
T he C~othiert~

Ilatr Goods, Hlairdresstttg, Shampoonge - 1h~-- I
Mantcuttng, Face Massage a lSpecialty. 304 tir' t ~lt ItrySilitt ll Itchz
322 S. State St. leStirs)t BeliPhonte 359 ii

BANKS.
THE FARMERS AND MECHIANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
capitial, $50,0, Srpitis and Profitas,o,00
Geneeal Banking Btusiness. 3 per cent paiud
'uTime and Savings .Doeposits. Safety tie--
psht Boxes to root at $3.00 and upwards
H,. KEMPF, Pres. W.0. STEVENSVise-tYres
P . H. BELSso. Cash. 1.A. 55aL~ts Asst
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Ciapital stock, $50,000. Surplus, $ .:0,000e
Riesoureerst$2,2000
A General Banking B~ustness Trantsacted
Orieels: tChas. E. niscockPres;W .)
Harriman, Vice Pros.: 11.Pelrts.Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
NV. J. Booth Jno. V. Shoehatn
Tm. Arnold tDe. V. C. Vaughan
las. H. Wade E. F. Mills
John Haaere Jno.Koch l
ieof.HB 5.Oath-aet Hettry W.liouglas
Christian Alatin nan P. Zimmaint
FIRST NATIONAL BAND
Or ANN AiRtOR, MICH.
E. D. Ki:NNE,. lAitIISttNStiI'
Pros. vice-Pres.
S. W. CLARKISOtN,(tashiear.
Capil, $ 100000.5Sturluts atid Pi' ttsiĀ§itt,000.
Gierman American Savings Bank
Com~merall anrid
Cor. M0,11 and Iloaerty Staaata

fL

NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR
S'uit, Overcoat or
Cravenette
We are showing the right style at the right time
See ousr Hats and Spalding Sweaters
WADHA S (a CO.
Fa~shion Store 121-1235S. MaiSt.

S-E-E
The Palais Royal
209aE. Liberty St.
For the Latest TDisigns in
V. O f M.
AND
BANNERS
ALSO x
Banners of Other Colleges
Cozy Corner Furnishings
in Japanese and Indian Goodus
Everything in Brie-a-B~rac,

0. M. Martill FUNERAL. 0&akmgat 0,
Office 209 S. 4th Ave. Phone 93 Patent Leather Belts miade with v- Ho Lu n1cl
Rtesidence 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314 1 nthyu kr rbosv, Sn sa A ~tl',38S tt
AMBULANCE Oil CALL piece tif there odta-uuls walentcsenidingi order.________________
AMBUANCEON CLL TE BELTCRAFT CO., BOSTON, MASS.

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