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a'HE MICHIGAN DAILY

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This Space
Reserved
FOR
Sam Burchfiek
.. z Co. .
Ann Arbor's Leading
TAILORS
106 E. Huron SI. Opp. Court House
J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler
ALARM CLOCKS 79c
ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
ALARM CLOCKS $1.50
ALARM CLOCKS $1.75
rully Gsar'anteed
Watoth Repnd.irirg Specni xld:
{ fH F'ARMEIRS AND M[CIANICS BANKs
MAIN AND HUR ON STREETS
Capital $50,000 Surplus and Prof iis$OO.00
General Banking Basiness. 3 pee cent palr
on Time and Sasings lDeposits. Safety De-
pusit Boxes to rent at 63.00 and upwards
It. KEMs'. Pres. AI. G. PE'YAceose Vice'rS'I'
H. A. WILLIAS. Castier F. T. STOWs Ast
The Ann Arbor Savings Bant
Capital Stack $.0,000 Sarplas.200,000O~
Riesourcecs 0,' ,000
A Genearal Baenkiung Busainesn Tr-ansacted
0rFICnnn: Chas. K. Hiacack. Pres.; W., 1)
ffarriman, Vice Pres.: Al..1. Feitz. lashie
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J.Bootha Jno. V. Seeh a
Wmn. Arnold lre V. C. Vatighan
las. H. Wade E. F. Mills
John Haarer Jno. IKoch
Prof. 1H.S. Carhart Hlenry W. Don-la
Christian Marilt in e Dan P. Zmcira a
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or, ANN ARORii, MICii
E. D). K INNEK, IA lii I N Sil LP
Prees. Vice- Prs.
S. W. CLARiKSON, Cashiter.
Capital, $100,000. Sueplua and Pr-ots, $80.00
G gnalAmefical~avil 13ank
Corinerel era
S8.Vijng5
Con.. M.-Imo aid Liberty Stree

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YOUR VACATION IPJ
TN arranging your esammer- vacaticn ese snthat pare af itat ileastlis apent
in hc Great Lks.It isthesmost plcasant andccnocai.l trip in Acet-
ica andlycou'willcejoyecerysmnute. All thaeimaporantiporitsofath
GreateLakctes r rachesdsregulalyby thecexccllentervicecof the D.0UG. L C-
Liis..Thle ten largecsteamersatofthis flect ar-e ofmerstlcnestretinc,
procpelled by perfucilengineand havecall else qualitics ofespend, siay ind
comfoct. The United Wireule Telegr-aph Servie ead alird.
Tickets reading via any rail line between Deroit and Baflal, Oil ,i-."nd
Cleveland are available lor' transportation on D. & C. Line Site' dsreciior
The D0. &a C. Lakic Linaes operate daily ts-ips beteen Detrocit a fan ic 11,
Dats-ei and Cleeland, facrtrsips weekly beween Toledo, Detrit,4ii Mcknec
Llaed and wcay ports and two slips weekly between Detrit, Bas-pCity.Naiinaw
aad waypocis. A ClevelandacoMackinac speial stemrni-llb cpeatedl r t
Junie 25 to Scpteber 10, leacing Cleveland direct fns Macklac, .llpliOat
Detroit enroatedevry tlipad at Gcdeiial.Ont., es-ely ashes trip.
Special daylight tripls between Detroit and Cleveland dorin0 July and no al
Send 2-centstamp for illulstrated pamnplet and Grea Lakesmap.
Aides L. G. LEWIS, G. P. A., DETROIT
F. H. MCMILLAIN, PRES. A. A. S '7HANITZ, GEN. Mtiti

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AT TUTTLE & CO.
Lunch Room
I Yoa san finda fine line of Cosnfectionery

looks-low enough ercssf -d
plenty of roomafosrIsi'iic

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AT LOVELL'S
332 S. STATE ST., UPSTlAIRS
Yo'an can, get
'Swea'itect ilcvieinto V shlape or Veets
YN, inifc v'e'st 01'railing-Os-y cleansd
NYoitr1'all suit dyed (Ago'y Peters, Deti'ii)
Ins.ignat, Numlerls, sowed on sweates, ec;i
Ncklties andilvcc'.cleaned
Stiiident imindin'.
MNieis lmin pIilliwsIl elar iii soof all othert cilc-
We jjlve Satisf actfos. CFnyeatas -._ non

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Light Colored Crash

S are very desirable this season- We have them in the different sae
ultigs qualties at $28.00 and up--All work is made in our ownshp
_____WACNER & CO., Tailors

Walk-Over's fr pin
A fiull lisle fitill lrathers and ciiliiirsexclivet
designs adapieS ee irwindows. fur ai1 n litd
supply of Oxfoirs 11nilStret IPumps.

Detroit United Line&
Oinfoitrmationlu to IDivision Spiis1l
'inhut ANI lri.nIlpsiti, iii thie I ltriit
I nilter i ne~iis- by ii'off.iesof Varsity' ill
?lthe apcityiofiithei' regulars'erviici, of
Alil tnra nars and entrase arvice
will be promptly supplied.

Carriage and Baggage D .KLI
I' '11iblis.A . kii iP
1 Igo iii .10 Cp e wn-. i ,N'1 NI' i..
50 Centn.
Divr trer qie Jo oletcs
fo itri cadh aesrie lHtAI1/''?

For Men
and Women
$3.50
$5.50

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Your
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Properly
Fitted

EFRATERNITIES
Silver Links Rings
lobs Scarf Pins
Pris iybl
COLLEGE
WiVM. A RNOLDr JEWELERl
220 Sonuth Mnin Setret.

MOE'S BARBER SOAP
705 Norh Univesity An-.
0. A. MOQE.
ST. JAMES HOTEL hRO SHOP
t) I f1 l: cii ' 11 2 Ii i ' 1 ct
GEO. V. STIO LL. P-opn'iedor
CHARLIES' BAIMIVIt SHOP'
Undter ho Son IBilliardl Parlors
(l ilt'i 15 iti t hun.tsyL( li 's-

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Baseball Goods, RI
Skates, andyII'
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Bell Phone 1610 Hame .'e. I&l

IWalk-wOver Shoe Co.
115 Siath Malem Strceet

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