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March 01, 1908 - Image 3

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TH E IPdIGAN DAILY

Sam Burchfield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The,
Goods
Sam Burclifield
1 0.6
&co. EAST HURON ST.

SENIORS SPROUT
SPRING STUBBLE
tl1any Mepdcs- Mature Magnii
cent Mustaches-=--Excel lent, Ex.-
periments..
If Anil Arbor-mWere a- senior irnedic
colony, ie. ibarbsers scnsulstarve-through
the sectod= semnestei' of 'each college
'erm. rhe glorious year of spoSK is no
k'xeptiosn, for, follow ing the :examrple -of
hose' gonbefore, the itresent' seniot'
besoth ill .udical class lhasbeuteanalcl
t or sthose iplantsswhinch neetd neither
°: 11Shillse'nor rali for their "ripening-
hie mstsache ad-tilte beard.
Tic 'taitsswho foiuded the stgric uI-
aural. station- at Aino Arbor-'is Jansfos
ts , ho began the cxperimseitls 'Ito'b
ccars agtt. So successful has been filis
,orb, sisal the Ms. A. C. has offered to
'ttcrs'asc his salary if he isill gts to 'Lah-
:inas lbotany- prof. It was not until
latst autumn, itosreser, IliatIsis work
a-s aippreciated bscallsy. Whentsilte eyes
h) lis classmates were once opened, dis-
cples flocked front all 'sides-the poison'
. ulha lotits* fisriser attractions.
tic faithful susffered -social ostracism,;
titther thtantipermsit the eairly' harsest'of
.J61 eirlovtetd vegetattioni ly the sickle
4thc (teal. Thse~.-ere dues of mar-
it!1sta,thtie itaiti'critevic, anti
tttt'ssR1I 'tetirs fell* its'saminstpo

BROWIV.S Drug Store
1201E.' Liberty St.

a li' tle ; londecyeltrots n ithIis itpti
lipi sich'Js lie sitetst citer.
The rest ifthc class tre itessitsts.
Blarrowishs fa d stc ssvistliinformssat it-
tessits. tKsrsitttr has accepted iassits-
tense servicc' of'.isa years, 'tnd so vines
sot fid', rriiiistachc accessary so a tis~eli-
isooti: Yaffe says, "wts-i'," sasi Bailey
says "cant't." _Krtuegerlihascwasted Isis
'energy nsfI is cranital crop, asnd Camp-
sell refus t o-be isnters-ictsci. Ander-
cots swhisks tff. sliest sisskers sire iim-
Iterisoti. are colttic atitaisg sidlleburs.
('tVIC CLIUBtPLAi'NS "10
.-BANQUI.iL'i'Cl AS. B.J IStit
'The Citvicscluishis planintg ttotisn-
quet-Charles iAt inesis shout itarcis1sa
Mr. Jesup is a 0Nw 'York bsinnssstats
and is nowtisontt ourttssof westencot-
tege.s it thimntrnst ttfthe Istnrntsltnbsatn
,Civic Leaguen of wisich thec'Michsigana
Civ'in cisb is a ciislttr.'\tr.Jnsup'p
spin 1erestilt "it Shoutlditnis Gsanusasi
fasx ito Posltttitcs'" li sudests sin snt
rited
tProtfessors itein' ie, Va t sits. tisti
Sismatin is t i i" -(t lt iiintibnirof tse
A ficieaticiiapters of °ihe-ittaguc Thle
clonb-eleetedtitim follitwig scm ssscssbcs
plrainig the pastncemnester t:cHowaisdtiRot-
I, e,- Prcy\i.ihts. Dit tin kaiss" AgI
stews, std Issi iittitit hafe.
'sos'evrsii s.: It ti tts.ttt" 55Cc cibyitt es
iciens tti~ses et' tt'it t twtttvittfpupsc' tt
tiscis s:tue sittttisti~tttott natt itl m intt-
tics. _; ns tlsse thereiscis iiiltbec on
n'ttiiuiat Ness ''msk, -stti the' ftsoiitssit
tls ;y te-dtre gsttsfrthsis:thevaistuii-
s ersisy clisswsiltlIc'ecceived at \Vasti
s'tgtbis..by=Roosscevelt, Spseeri.''ttsttsi,
l aee- lWrsiticttiitirbssstss titnd Ijutstict'
at iniigs'tt tissrtiellttstreticar 'de.\ts-
sisy. Pthoteicj T.[-1
F~OR SAkI'. Asttit ie isof tdentasl its-
sfi'itttisits gooth n'lttttttitt. Iisicit
A11 iKnuith, imictigsstt iis. tT-T
See our complete line of Michigan
plms, fobs and souvensirs. Bailer's
jewelry Store, as6 S. Main street. end
See Heissg & Kocih's tiess fislhine
of Msichigais fohs, pitnsstnd sptoons. 113
East Libserty Si. eotd
Alarm clocks warransied for onn year,
$i;0o. -Hailer's jidweiry Store,. ar6 S5'
Mlain' street. co ed
Baseball messt if yotwant the ltesi
its basebali goods,' see Spaldling's hine at
Cusllituig's. ' cf
See our complete line of 'Michigan
pins, fohs and souvenirs. HIaller's
jewaelry Store, as6S. Main street. end

Ton't overtook
a oo6 tbing
We think we are safe in say=_
ing that there is no Clothing
selling in this town at the sam e 'pi e ,t ati5n ay t l s
materials or workmanship,
equal Society or College Brand
Clothes. They're in a class by themselves.
Also call and see our
Spring Hats, Caps and
Furnishings
Staebiler QWuerth Co.
" OUT OF STYLE o<
The man who buys 91Wa4~-Ovae, shoes each season is
never out of style because 'M4e~zlcer shoes keep abreast
of shoe fashion. Every de-
sirable feature that fashion
dictates or fancy desires can

________________________________ :IVtceartranedtsIt'lo.testeihosnope as'
esitts'tI ititsreesilissig Hsandithe
nr tti iwodpttm i is tiptilisp id
LA ~ i f1 CLOCKS nrt'ttc ti Fcetsstr."' iusiig use
e eoftht t etcetltss eris c i'I cy;
' $1.00 $1.50 $1.75 'taftec. 'mstiltelli stisils'liaiis I'iseir
.5th the itist msatses asid fullti3 stissetuts t,'t'tt. s vatt'tts titti t ear'csrfor thnis atshest
MICHIIGAN PINS ANI) FO.S "'11itc tst cnvtcet seas 1)adiey,'iut "1 o;
25c up to $5.00 te grass thtI eiscls ts tin muonssit
FINE WATCHI REPAIRING ;tCstictItoi Votsi te
f.tttes'c sof "iteisgisg its tih intsCs,'
A SPECIALTY. I'St wIa-s Cttltledl'tagaint to carsyttis
Watch lnspector fur the Atn Artso' Rairoad Is5e\ttn. ttiti tttsststetl'
J. L. CHiAP1VAN t it itseitegissisisigtf, th1e secotid
206 S. MAIN ST. 21ctr iwvr:tes aebcic,
Branch: 304 S. StiatS. , tt 'ttcc thmits.'licysemo is isuothiy*, so'
rt Wf,' -Aissgansts, Meteger, Masck,
t le]11t0'CsisCeimssetss. nAs a resut
C ig a re te g' he:1iciats'ttsisiti vstinmg, stallfifcs
tlcc'oVwredcitdetd.Sitice esichtsisaim
Turkish and Egyptain oedfo itself,' it wcas dilcilt to de-'
AJl.THE LEADING BRANDS -naite hot \-istsitIstile iistisestInans mm
CASH PICES-s classs. 1'11Vtr ilinttiomisas referred in
15 Pkg _ 2 for2.5c i'( usie ssfor vs 'fintal' seittremh,asias
25c Pkg. _ - . 5 for .$1.00 m irl~sutatusttl-cstesaii~
_ ga ts . t i s m g rlcttmmir'alist. Btit
1R.. E,. JOLLY' din s st'iissg-i r's its imoveum - migistiem'
it308 AI I.S mthtic plow, sothiat- a"Wihat 'shall lime
''te stsi1ne 'is still ;a s tsessioss ,ithie
- ------ 1 is i of stne experismenter.
MRS. J. f~." IROJANOWSKI Vit ic n ieied a coffee strainer;
its is s tosothbrumshswemnt ho the bad,
FASHIONABLE_ HAIRDRESSER s. iteitrsshsrert se-oiimit appmar like a
HalreGoods, Hairdressing," Stanpaning - Sisacksfor amnyhing. Morgab- 'woisilfain
Manicuring, Face Massage aSpecialty. lie dignifiediiliie attemidimig the niedical
322 :S. State St. (il)s Stirls}-Bell Phone 3s9 Jsesistiec'mtciset, ant dvimnimmds has

be found in
shoes and the other essentials-
of satisfactory shoes, comfort
and service, are contain- rQ
THE ACMEs OF EASE
WalkwOvei'Shoe Co.
11 SUTH Mk IN STREET

Hart, Schaffner & Mlau
FULL DRESS SiVUTZ
'The Clothier
z Properly T$.11Bred .:*

BA N'K'S
THE F'ARMERS AND MEtCHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital, 550,000, Surpluan ad rofits, $65,000
General Banking Easiness. 3 per cent paid
onoTtise and Savings Depsilts. Safety De-
pasita Boxes to rent at $2.00 and upwards
IH. Kxaus, Prets. W. 0. STEVENeS, Vice-Pres
P. H. Hu'sEi, Cash. H. A. WNImLIsAnS Asst
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
tiapital stack, $50,00u. Sarplas, $200,000
Resources, $2,20un00
A 0eneral Banking Business Trannacted
Ornwxcim: Chas. E. Biscoek, Pres.sW. 0.
Earriman, Vice Pres.:s M. J. Fritz, Cashier
'STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. 2. Booth Jo. V. Sheetsn
Win. Arnold Dr. V. 0. Vaaghan
Tan. B. Wade E. F. sMlls
John Idaaree Jno. Kueh j
Pent. H. 5, Carhart Henry W. Douaglas
Christan Martin Dan F~.imnmerman
]FIRST NATIONAL BANK
S Or ANN ARBOR, MICH.
t. ci' KINNE, IARIuSON SO~T;LE,
Pre.Vice-Pres.
S. W. CLARSON, Cashier.
tCapital, $100,000. Surplus sn ofitits,.§150,0d0.!

1 I '

.Spring Hat
The.Newest Shades and Styles
_ ~At;
Wadhamns Co
1i21-123 S.. MAIN ST.'
See Our Show Wind .

i
J

THE
Pal ais Royal.
209 E. Liberty St.
U. of M.
PILLOWS
AND
PENNANTS
A SPECIALTY
CURIOS and BRASS
From Every Country

German American Savings Bank 01 . artin DIRETAR. -Yogsna~ {te
Commralek lsmtd Offie2Q09S. 4th-Avo. Phone 98. Patent. LeWlir Belts % d at bhk otLuo
.S,.~gs -Resi.dene 502 5.5th At.e . Pj opt 314 is~teyour skirt ur, blouse, 25c. Send us -t At Tr%&ttla'L%, 338 S. State
- ANtLAl C ()N'CALL plee of the dress goods wlieniorder.d ________________
I ""~ anE: BELTCRAFT CO., BOSTON, MASS.
Cot.1R'M 4a~do ,erlanty,8Steeta -,w '--'-'a. , , s r',-,. _. R

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ST UDI.i-2 U~E,39East Huron

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