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March 09, 1907 - Image 3

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THlE NICTITIG XXDATLY\
WALK-OV ER OXFORDS

We Wouldn't Spend
our good money advertising College Br-and Clothes if we
weren't pretty sure of them.
There's reputation, organization and great skill back of them.
They' re guaranteed in price.
They wil suit your taste, your body and your purse.
STAEBIELEW eaWVERTH

$3.5- FO MENAND OMEN54.Y
SPRING SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED

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Some very p~retty de-
signs for men and women
in dull kids and calfskins,
also a very conmplete line
of patent leathers. Come
early wvhile the sizes are
complete.
Walk-Over Shoe Co.
111 south Main street

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If You Wish to Make
Any of the
Varsity Musical
Clubs
Next Bali
A Semester's Work
iln either
Voice, Mandolin,
Guitar or Banjo
at the
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
wvili greatly increase
your chance.
THEATORIUM
The Drunken Waitress
The Determined Credito r
Moe's Barber Shop
0. A. MOE
705 North University Avenue

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It you buy Chocoelates you wat
the chocolate to beproperly 'ooked
and of superquality. Yoeeals
want the acramte tr ticitly fresh
andioftknown purit . Tesl cn
dlitions ar' befunin
GILBERT'S
CHOCOLATES
The Chocolate Creamn Par-
Excellene
GUc the Pound
A"
QUARRY'S
BAILEY & EDMUNDS
Zportino Goobs
121 ETASrF tIl5iR~TY 5TRIiE''J1
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
F.'1). Kinne, resident,
Rowe's La un dry
THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
.326 N. Fifth Ace.
FINE LUN~CiiES
We (tarry the largest line of 'T'UTUiitiii
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D~omestic & Imepored iCigaro. A vorni,eLit
lino of allsrhoinat .lehi e arti y ecgoeil '
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tine choeolate BOtN-hTONS.
R. Ir. JOLLY. St.t. St.

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CLUETT, PEABODY 4 CO.
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Walth, jewselry andl eye glass repsair-
'.g 11y skllitedt wortkm~en. tatter's Jew-
e. ey Stare, Main street. eod

rXWOOLENS are more pleasing than ever~-many confined novelties
O ur s ring for the exclusive dresser will be found in our Spring Collection. Early
selections are most satisfactory. Our garments are gracefully cut and

MON[Y [OAN[D
and ali ii<, lass C.4'. 4.i4141
and I II 41al securilty.
W. J. LOUVRIM
104 4t1 Av'e. Oposite.CosailHitse
Two doorssotiof newY. .CA.
j to 8-15.
tBusiness Strictly Contidential

Mandolin, Guitar, 'Violin and Banjo Mimoch Dietet-le
tiRlEPAIRIG s s V aoi Embalmerand runeral Director
SCHABERE &SONAmbulance on Call
SCHABBERLE210SON t .41Ave.: Residece sarne
114 W. Liberty St. ANN ARBSORPhe40.AeAb.
U. of M, BARBER SHOP The Second Term of Darning Lessons
Vibrasage 25 entsare Beginning at
ShoweCBats, s15 Cents Scott's Academy y
36 Lessons
Shine, 5 Cents 3 LE'SSONS A WEEBK) f $3.00
J. R. Tvolaecenssskl, 322 S. State 12 WEEKS - . - - .0
Next 111 Sheeha's BoioklIstore'I, Register 336 S. State Street

COOK HOUSEI
She. l~sedlrc Mouse ,Ims the City
$2.00O i$2.50 $3.00
WeCaer toandtfor ll Cllege People
A. S. O e le ft Co.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
W. J1. Bthilii .111.V. Silaei
Wrn. Aecrjll Ier. V. G. Vaugiian
J ita. W %ado: F. -Milte
NJ.i'Kyer John 4Itaaseer
JoKoh Pro.f1i. Carhirt
ihenry5W. iDouglas Chirisltan Mastie

Ideal Barber Shop
717 N. University Ave.
JOHN TROJAMO'WSKI
Everything Just Right.
J. F. SCHUH
SANITARY PLUMBING
and Electric Students' Supplies
A SPECIALTY
J. F SCHUH, 207 E. 'Washington St.

SRNSIITINGS $14 to $30 I(flO1llC lothindg 1rnol Get Yurorer in B-4 the Rust Seasnn is c
SPIGJ Nw onilsplay jCfoJsjumeIULIII5 ompanjQ1y 118 East Liberty Street

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