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May 18, 1910 - Image 3

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Extrse . uaality
Bags and
Medicine
Cases
AT
QUARRYS
Hotel Whitniey
The best place in tihe City
to dine
Service A La Carte
Sunday Dinners a Specialty
T. C. CAPEN, Mgr.
THE FARMERS AND MEKCHIANICS BANK
MAIN AND lHURON STROEETS
Capital $50000 aurplus and Profits $100.000
General Banking Business. 3 per cent paid
on Time and Savings Deposits. Safety De-
posis Boxes to reel at $2ot and upswards
It.KP.ifresFi. If.. loRET is so cV. iCr.
. A. WIIAiAMse.astier F.T. STOWiiF:,Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Hank
Capital Stock V)0,000 Sorplus 1290,00t
Resources$2,10),000
A (leneral Banking Businese Transacted
Orrisenes Chas. E. 1Dissct. FePes.;W. iD.
iHarriman, Vice Pres.: M. J. Frite. Cashierr
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
W. J. Booth Jeo. V. Sheeihan
Win. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
ins. B. Wade E. F. Millsn
John Haarer Jno. Koch
Prof. iH. S. Carhart iHenry W. Dougia
shristian Martin Dan F. Zimmerma
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ge ANN AnnOR, MICH.
E. 1). KIiNNE, ilARitiiOlN Slit'[A.
Pees. Vice-Fees.
S. 5W. (LARK{SON,tCsbieir.
Capital, $i00,000. Surplus asd Profits,.$60,00t
(eq an miertal n ilsfank
Comerrerciani aneed
* Sanvimrgs
Cor. Me.Im'.gridUliberty Street,

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGJ
c lid I . S lii I sk ' isGod.11 .1'. fo
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or call loii(;iio . F. iroii, i o1.1. 1. ii-I
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15 sllis .5.5c'r c . o l1 3 (Illmi ls's o
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basis 1of a 111m 1 ltccid ioar. I i us1 1

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AnAmeiiicsainuisoity club, pattern-
ed ccterthemany uiversccsity'chubsilihit
ciin i.thiis ctry, has crecntly Dccii
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h~ hnsoapaen oiAmiig rist'.a1vii
Iill th futu icAme c uive'rsit
us 1 l a iommoni meetin plce.lilThc
oca fatr ofclubcii fei i wiillc not 'be
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Obtind b mmbes.Man pomien

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for alc T%\, \av 1estl<iti iis. iiiilts icho icare i/slactie e besc
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TOUR VAAIONJ
JN arrangiaf your ccmesoatcatn eare that part itsat asis. rot
on theGreatbLake..It isticmot pleat adeconomical trip inA...
icaanodyou ill eoiyccry minute. All thesimporaot.;' i
Groat Lakes arc reched regolarly'y theexcotetsericeof the D, DC. 1t
Lines. The tenclacicoieamircoofithisfkeet aeofemodernasteesl onstuction;
propelledi by posserfol cnloncsad save all the qualities of se, ,c-t1.T.i-y so
comsfort. Theianited swiceless Telefcapho Secsed a boacrd.
Ticheis reading sia any rail line brtween Derei rdBitc ioit and
Clevelanid are available for transportaion en D. & C. Line Sleastet is.si
diretien.
Thei.s. & hC. Laks. Livescopeate itaily trips etetenaDetroit adVE et001dCevln, or rp ekl ewe oldDtot Mac:,.c
Ialcad way ports, acodtwoctrips wsekly betters Deiroi, BayCityS'
acdiwayports. A Clevlandto Mackiacspecial steamer will be ipcal's1
Just 25 to Septemilcc1if leatinf Clevead durects lotrbackinacio, tu'
Detroitlenoutliectvry lrisp aii at God'ichi, Oat.,ccocyyohcr trip.
Steisat dayight trips betsween Detroit and Cleveland during sJuty and doi
Send 2-coot stamip forcillstrated psaphlet and Great Laksmap.
Adrs L. G. LEWIS, G. P. A., DETROIT
P. H1. MCMILLAN, PRES. A. A. S"HANTZ, GEN. MG.

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C anlel ofYal cleredthebar In320 N. Fifth Ave.
zwielastciwesk'latsix ifeetio. eic . I
11lc 11 iii icil llbs O if cetons ' lls ii- BNw lilie 4.5iFellc honei 57iiic - I
n'si's for theii eeitcl o f lihe N' i ____________M.__ ____
AT TUTTL E & CO.
Cii 'i'IRNITI RS NOTICE Lunch Roomii
Ne 'ire ceadquai tssccsfor all lkinssof YocafidainlnefCnetoer
'iii luilis stationiey. VWeishave ini sisc. yeoaoie:ie ieetCnesiir
sle. I eha tit fii tci sitwe canT I
/1l t'DIMSisi AND LANE,''
if uoD S is S cci iss. You caim get
:is4[%( a.l rC l'st Ovser
ciiii N tclling cars o ed1 caiifoiiic isisics' s c
il cud tosn wit h iiotu1r11iiaiois. Nllut Val suiltcye
_Inisigisiia, is sills sc
\ ~~ ne ccliiii t ilt} to slitsc5Ne'ckt'siie,a dslcy
sisi iddy fou das fiomscics rsissict D l-an3. p ilos-
!(w csi& laistIe lne, 310 S.Statc, Nostiosi. g'ra nt
>nc f~~or r6-if. We give satisfactionx

THE NEW
POR SUMMER. l
looks-low enogi
plenty ot room foe
Claris. FPnady 0&i't
332 S. STATE SI.,LIPSTIRSi
into ii shapic or Ves
it suiinig'-Dry3 lilcncl
sd (Age'y Petecs ~t. lit ii
Itsewed on sweters,.etc,
s'- cieaneil
ilbansis toi al otherici'' s
es, chbiiiysc, csopstmvii1
Come anree se

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Light Colored Crash Suitings

are very desirable this season--We have them in the differentshdl
and qualties at $28.00 and up-All work is made in our own sho-e
WAGNER & CO., Tailors

MMEMEMENNOWN

Walk-Over's for Spring
A fuill lice iii all leatihers cod colsrs, excisusives
designss cud shiaves. See windiow's for cii unlliited
supply' of Oxfiords a t re511Slet litmpsi.i

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and
Jackson
Linited Cars East B-,ned-.:50 a. ii., 1sit
1Limitedl Cars West Bond-9:24 a. i11..2:24
1) r. '52 lu m , l:2 i. m
Locral CarsE iastBound -'ii .riitesi, 5:4-a
II )it, xn< ev(A liDour t 0:5 ),Iis. 'iTo ss
iari .5a I.ainil halfI hueytii11:11 . nis"
:alo 12:1 a. 11., 2::0 a ii. 1it-,50 a. ii.
o*tiw hl t Ypsilansti.
Licat Cars Weal Bouned-5;45 t. i.:1a

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F R A T E RN41(11, {fI T I E SN
jSilver Links Rings
Fobs Sciarf Pins
11-i' s 1 gh
220 Soutaeineleeterert

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For Men
and Women
$3,50
$5.50

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Your
Feet
Properly
Fitted

4 Days 5 Gcert
MAY I1 IS31
Reserved Se's.'4. 'D
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sic~r ius s is') III's i l
551 l- sil s tl' s
ill isairs {sssii l ii i t ' ,
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sushi ci
AlbrtniStaneyr i.
PRIiNCIPAL Ct.iIi
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FAMILY 1J0TEAR

Walk-wOver Shoe Co.
115 So~sth Main Street

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