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September 23, 1899 - Image 8

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U. of M. Daily, 1899-09-23

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COLLEGE
9 KSOR ALL DEPARTMENTS.
law and Medical)
BOOKS.

WHO'S YOUR TAILOR?
Godih&116 S. MAIN STREET,

DZ. fR. TINK~Ai & SON
MIATTERIS AND) IINISIIti5
Headquarters for
HlATS, CAPA, MENS FUNSINS
end Campleteilineof Gyxstse
GOODS4ned SWtATESe.

I

AGENCY FOR LONGLEY HATS
AGENTS FOR THE -BEST TAILORS ON EARTH. 334SeethState Streot

L. C. GOODRICH,

A. R, WALKER,

H EW AND SECOND-HAND.
Agents for Keuffel & Ennar's Drawing
Mnterinls, the beet mode;
Watermanes Idenl Fountain Pens.
Tbe beet in_ the world. Every one war-
rnnted for five yenre.
Agente for Crsn & Hurd'n Finn Writ-
iog _Papers.
For $1.00 you cnn boy a Eolid Gold
Fountain Pen thnt is wnrrnnted.
Fine writing papers, by the pound, nt
15, 20, 25 anod 30c. Envelopen to match.
Sobscriptions token for nil foreign
end dosmestic newspapers anod maga-
zines.
Bring us your old school anodrollege
books and exchange thes for new.
SHEEAN &Co.
University Booksellers, Sta-
tioners and Engravers,

i
r

THE MONEY SAVERS,
L AMFPS FOR STUDENTS
Wc havc anfne aeerlmcnt of Center Drafl, Nickct-platcd Inamps, including The Royal, The
Rochester and thec Plumsewood, The Berlin and Perfectien Studcnt Lameys.
Thc Ncec Lasmp. ttleond, is an advance in Lamepa. 2t gives snore lighst cer the nil need lien,
any Lampposlits kind. We cons give yenuelhe beet Lamps lee tse
COME AND SEE.

Old Number:
44 SO. MAIN ST.,"
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
CAMPUS NOTES.
Dr. S. Yulzy spent the summer
abroad.
Mr. George Dreiske, '99 1, is situ-
ated in Chicago.
The Southern Club has locatcd at
804 Monroe street.
Walir's Bookstores spply second-
hand books for every department iei
this University.
Students are cordially invited to
inspect our coniplets lisies of suite,
overcoats, uen's furiiisltings ind
hats. Wadliams, Ryan & Reule,
South Maisa street.
J. A. LeRoy, '0, came in yester-
day from Detroit aind is looking over
the foaotball candidtites to get a lilac
on the probable teaim.
The tinigs you have forgoften we
lilv- remieimberedl -- cotubs, hair
brushes, tooth brushles (wartauted),
soaps, shaving brushes, strops, raz-
ore, sposiges, toilet goods of all kineds
--everyting you would look for in
a well sipplied phariaacy. Quarry's
cor. State and N. Unive. ave.
G.'11. Aiiderson aiid AM. W. Rix,
assistant electrical eniginecers, have
been placed in charge of the day run
of the Uiversity Electric Light
Planet, tile positions formerly held by
Mnr. W. L. Miggett, Sept. of Shiops.

DEVAN & O.
Howard hots at Wadhams, Ryan
&Reule. Best biat on the mnrket ot
r$3.00. 200-202 South Main street
Prices are alwrays right at Walir's
bookstores.
Prof. John B. Johnison of the de-
partment of Zoology goes to Morgan-
town, WV. Vs., to accept a position in
the State University.
Prof. Mortimer E. Cooley, late
chief engineer of the Yosemite, made
a stirring address at the Soldier's and
'Sailor's Reunilon, held at-Big Rapids,
last week.
Prof. P. R. de Pont spent the suim-
mer with his family on Le Cheveux
Islands.
C. W. Whitney, '99 Eng(,is as-
sistasut editor one the staff of the W~est-
orn Electrician, Chicago.
W. L. Cooper, '99 Eng, is inuthie
employ of Wickes Bros., of Sag~inawv
Mich.
Stuidents shiouldt take carc to regis-
ter at onice at Brown's Drug Store
(down towni) anid Calkina's Drug Store
(State St.) Post office emaployees
have strict orderosenot to give ad-
dresses, so that telegrams anid ineport-
ont niessages oftenc do inot reach
studenits because they have anot regis.
tered. Have yosir name and eaddress
at both of tie above places. No
charge is attached.

Car. Main and Huron Streets.
Capital, $50,t00. Surplus, $50,000. Transaectsea
general banking busiess.
Ri, KEsrr.,Free. C. E. Gassos, Vice-Fees.
FnsD . asses. Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BAINK Orgesizd t180
Capitl, $100,000. Surplus and Frofits, f4OBO0
Transacts n general baking busilness. Foreign
exeheage bought and sold. Furnish lettes-of
crerdit.
E.0D. KINNE, Fres. HARRISON SOULE,
Vice-PFres.
S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
The6 Ru Rirhor savings Bank
Capital Stocb. 00,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Rlesoureso. 1i,600,0e0.
Orgasized under Gee GenealBankbing Laws
sillhs, Sat. teceives deposits, busaned sells
exchaange as she principal citiea s lteUnited
State. Draftsocashed upon proper idetifcation.,
Saety deposit bones so rest.
OFFICERSe: Cbristian Macb Pres. W. D.Starr.-
meas, Vice-Fres.; Ches. E. illisock, Cashier; M.
J. Fritz, Assistant Cashier
W. J. BOzes,PFoS. .
W. ARNanee, itice-pres
J. V. ,SsIEEAN, 2d Vice-pres
JoN.C.tWAL~vz, Asst.Casheer
WtINK
Transacta a general
Banking Business.
Randall Fn
U. of M. Barber Shop detlsp~tin
and Bath Rooms. ll se4, Ste5ill
322 S~tte51i. J. R. Trojanowski, Prep.
V~tIRR[N R
GufiRFNrEBS SMRTISFI5OTION.
ENOCH BIETERLE, Fnealmer aDirco
Slre. Enochebelei, Lady Assistant.
No. lit E. Liberty Stret. Reidence603 8.
Foumerh Av othPhne x129.eer
SNOW LAUNDRY'OE50
} ~~~STATEPHN,50
Your laundry washed cleanand welt
starched and iraned. Everyting bleached~
aned aired sat ol deore. Try no.
±e11Itsso111aoa1IIIIe~toA_"11 k11""
Alarm CocsSI.
U. of M. Pinls 50c to $10.00. Fine
Watche Repairing a Specialty.
"- L.,1.CHAPMAN, JEWELER,
20Saaan0South.

ANN ARBOR.

DETROIT.

AT STABLER'S ART STORE.
The Celebrated
IFEIRIY FIGUIR[S,
1,00 subectstle leat omat Onee Cent Earls.
Far sale oely at this store.
ARTISTIC FRAMING A SPECIALTY.
STABLER'S ART STORE,
New Stole Phaone 173. 017 aSutha 4t15Ave.
Fine Confections
Bon Bons and
Chocolates.
200 EAST WASHINGTON STREET.
316 SOUTH STATE STREET.

VVAUINLLU
TAILORS TO MEN.
Large Gollectioq of Exclusive Nov-
velties.
123 S. l main St.

RHNN S O STHE BEST SHOE ON EARTH. 1
SOLE AGENTS.
G OODS ED-,119 SOUTH MAIN ST.

MILWARDZ. THE NOBBY

TAILORJ, STATE STREET

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