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December 07, 1907 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1907-12-07

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GAT HER YOUR P l 11T1 S 1,1) 5

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CORN
EARLY
If gathered before the
hf~osts of sreqcoit harden arid
dry it the work is easy,
het~er' gather it without
furthiei delay.
ASK HON

IQUARRY'S
C1 iiornr l '71 t.an N i dv.in
Money Loaned
On Watchesaods, 'Law 1ooks
or other persoal 1property.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
Bargains in Watches,& Diamonds
Office at residence 131 RLiberty St
Ann Arber
flours: 8 1130 a. Li, 1toe4:30 a d 7to
JOSEPH C. WATTS
THE LATEST L EATHER-I
Watch Fob

(Cmitinccdftom tageOnec.)
N ow rwhat isotposedI to bh on101a1 o1)it
it' First: etke eway the note. o1 the
g1'01h71717e direct or ont purer- student nt-t
ters, hecaute ltie islabusig it; hut rote
htimt tlltte totter ta tnof personttlity
ttt exorci-e ottlte toatrttItt lint of
dttperior knowledotge, Itcrsttili itttd he-
guietbl. 'Iicotwil.let tihe 7students1 eott
trtli tith thte hb iiett of full iitfetrmtititi.
political plety of these stutt(Imem-ct
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DRINIS.INK.
LIKE A CAMEL
To load a Conklin Fountain Pen, just clip it in any
i nk, ipres the Crescent-Fitter 'tnt sec it lill 171s own
The College tankc like a camel staking its thirst. That's alt there
Standard is to it! No dropper--no mess--no bother. D)o i nwhr- ny ie
CONKL IN'S FIL LING PE;N
"THE PEN WITH THE CRESCENT-FILLER"
can he filled instantly swithout the least inconven10017.Tinu
could fi11 it with white Rid gloves on w~ithiot dange-r of
coiling. Betsides its c:-osenience, is the spilenitid wtit ing
qua lilies iof the (Conkliin-thle pefect feed.
Leadtieg dealers haottle he Ckian. 1717110ou 71111177111not,0rder
dirct). Pic-s,$300 a n p dat at oni efoirhanom17lle 0ne1711171717171
The Conklin Pen Co., 110 Manhattan Bldg'., Toledo, Ohio
Theniiw fall line of college nods i now, complete with ftle,
cholicest and most variedii iew thilngseer shtown. RRt i',, C(-,jtIS
& T Fttr, draw'youtr partictilar -attention toithefir suerh 11)117
.of tew designs fin Manhattan Shirts.
Men's New [Call Gloves sot all leading makes
Men's New Fall Neckwear Men's New Fall Underwear
A lull variety of inew styles of these world -fanotis hIt s to
seleet fi-om1. Stetson. Carlton, Howards.
M\en s Fall Caps, pi ices fromi 7171 tip.
Keule, Cordlin 76(010 'Fiegel.
At MACK'S
$1.00 IflE MONARCH SNIRIT$1.00
Ini the Adv-ance Spring Styles, Attached aiid De-
tached Ctiffs-the Materialis aiid styles arc as good
as $1.5(0 xili purchase-set themn.
MACK fti Co. Maim St.
[E ONDIIOn Watclos, 1)i rmonds, )c 1111ti-p 07171711171
High Class( laitel aiid ('715110,e1'l-ee<lrt
1171 IBasiness -trictly elialidl'nal
171715~Civ Ilours:lAlecae0 ltola11:3-li, lodStW J. 7oVI 1
Twoliidoolrs soutaoflit'ly Y. M C. A. W .L VI°

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717111710177171 011It1711a '"
Price 25 centst
ATDARLI NG & MALLEALX
224-220 S. Stale St.
I College
HIALLER'S JEIW[LRY STOREL, 216 S. Maio t Si
('loch 71711ili)I l i c 771)77 ly p recly 11.117117171171 71-7
(lean 177117111 11171717117117he 717111 , 7171pr171117 OneIa Million
MOORS NO - [AI(B~t 12 WAFER BLADES
~OUNTAIN P[N (240PerfctiEdges)
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The Ilest 'olintain Pens 7171 1in1oeer' 471
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EsUniversity Pharmacy .( ?'lylays aShurip.
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_________________ SOLD ON 30DAYS' FREE TRIAL
Barber Shop and Bath ROOMfs A Q A R '
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J R. TROJANOWSKI. Prop.

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Do you appreciate the fact that there is a difference between the merchandise we sell and the goods
kept in the average men's furnishing store? Many old graduates testify to it every time they return to
Ann Arbor, our customers know it, we know it, Trade with us and you will know it.
Men's Furnishings / 0-0 S tt t
Men's Hats o 3335 .Sat t
Men's Shoes W a gQ s ig of the big white Shoe.
TheAnnArbr BbleChars Rowe's Laundry
The nn rbor Bibe Chirs THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
444 South State StreetI 32 NPFifthAs-c, G S tudy L am ps
Jesuas' Farewell Talks to His Disciples INre°s'11) 711 t 130a '''°"F''- In isisx-e a steady, soft flaw.
A special lecture by G P. Coiiic 'SCOTT'S DANCING ACADEMY,
Sunday Dec. 8, 12 to 1 711)71 th tate Stre)et
_______CiassaSatursday, 10 A. M. wind Easyon theeys.
730 P. M. M'oderat in price.
The Religious Education of the Owsemhyqt~lltty0)711, Cheaper than oil or electricity.
Child ------ iS LO
A series of lectures by G. P. COLlE'Chines Chop-NeyRsauat 1.00on~te a'ot sotr~it
Tuesdays, 7:iO P. M. Cineaseop- OSut' etat urat GoihebstllI-thsOi~stasoto:
All Bible Chair Courses and Lectures are free. Students al kin0d. 1e1t11117hi1 fT-lic17171ss Ti
and others are cordially invited, clie e andntl lac-theiAwn A-b-lbG asCo.
Up Slirs, lne dor S. Huis tBrs~ 314 S Stae St

STUDIO-RENTSCULER, 319 East' Huron

Street

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