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December 13, 1918 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1918-12-13

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

JY YOUR PRESENTS IN ANN ARBOR

When you buy, buy in Ann Arbor. before you buy
in Ann Arbor look over my Books, Stationery and

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Novelties.

SHEEHAN & CO.

C. W. GRAHAM, Prop.

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Calkins
Drug
Co. IODARS
FOTE NTAIN PETS
THERMOS BOTTLES
MEMORY BOOKS
CANDIES
CIGARS
CIGARETTES
TOBACCOS
PIPES
AUTOSTROP RAZORS
GILLETTE RAZORS
GEM RAZORS
MANICURE SETS
BATH SPRAYS
BRUSHES & COMBS
MIRRORS
PYRALIN IVORY GOODS
FIT-ALL TRAVELING CASES
TOILET SOAP
PERFUMES
TOILET WATER

HEADQUARTERS FOR
TYPEWRITERS
FRATERNITY AND
EMBOSSED STATIONERY

S. A. T. C.

Don't Forget Your Company Picture

TAKE

ONE HOME

O. D. MORRILL
17 Nichols Arcade
See Our Large
Stock of
ELGIN,1vALTHAM AND SWISS
MILITARY WATCHES
- Also -
FOUNTAIN PENS
WATERMAM and CONKLIN
Schlanderer
& Seyfried
LIBERTY STREET

LYNDON, Photographer
719 N. UNIVERSITY AVE.

Let Your CHRISTMAS GIFTS Be Useful
Our ue of goods is composed of such articles as are
needed every day in the easr.
Fountain Pens., Safety Razors, Cloth Brushes, Hair
Brushes, Toilet Articles of all kinds, Wh1ite Ivory, Kodak*
and supplies, and nmanyoiler acceptable items.
CALL AND SEE US
THE GOODYEAR DRUG COO
107 South Main St.

Do Your Christmas Shopping Early;
Buy Those Presents Now and Here

Holiday Suggestions

FROM THE

324 S. State St.
1123 S. University Ave.
711 Pacdard St.'

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Only a few days more and Christ-
mas vacation will be here. Everyone
is, or should be, making plans for
holiday celebration. Store windows
are full of gay color and suggestions
of the cheer that is coming for one
of the most joyful Christmases the
world has seen. Students are plan-
ning to celebrate it to the full; re-
strictions and discomforts of military
life will be forgotten, worry as to the
future is no longer their chief occu-
pation, and the boys are coming
home.
War-time lessons of good sense in
buying cannot be forgotten, but there
is a great revival of interest in those
things which do not sustain life, but
which, paradoxically, make it sup-
portable. A wave of relaxation is
spreading over the country and when
the freer spending which it produc-
es does not cause less free sharing,
it does no harm. The only place a
year ago for any man's money was in
agencies which were winning the war
or maintaining the essentials of ci-
vilian life at home. But now fellow-
ship and generosity and good cheer

are felt to be legitimate commodi-
ties and the American people will in-
vest heavily in them.
Ann Arbor merchants are strong
supporters of all forms of student ac-
tivities. Enterprises of all sorts, en-
tertainments, and publications' par
ticularly, would be impossible with-
out their financial support and co-
operation. Beside the attitude of help-
fulness which they maintain during
peace times, they have taken active
part in all student patriotic cam-
paigns. The student body owes some-
thing to this group of men. And
moreover it is to the students' own
interest to recognize this debt.
In Christmas buying whether of
presents or glad raiment, the wise
student is he who spends his money
in Ann Arbor. Unless he happens to
live in a large city he will not find
as great a choice at home and no-
where will he meet with more relia-
ble business houses. A university
town attracts the best in this as in
other lines.
Patronize our advertisers.-Adv.

TENOR-BANJOS
BANJO-MANDOLINS
VICTOR RECORDS.
PLAYER ROLLS

GIBSON MANDOLINS AND GUITARS

BANJO-UKULELES
UKULELES
MUSIC BAGS
OPERA SCORES

Sheet Music

MRS. PEARL

OPERATIC

POPULAR

PATRIOTIC

LANDERS
OR
LOW ERS
P1ONEJ294
213 E. LIBERTY ST.

In fact anything in the Music Line
Corner Maynard and William Streets

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Betsy

Ross

Candies

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EXCLUSIVE ENERGINE CLEANERS

THE WORLD'S FINEST SWEETS
Preferred by all who appreciate the best. Our own exclusive pack,
fresh from our cases in

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Silk, Leather,

Creton

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U- -

De Luxe Gift Boxes

Chinese

and Japanese

Baskets

THESE ARE CHRISTMAS GIFTS

of rare good taste and refinement

Company

EIGHTY CENTS TO TEN DOLLARS

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Ray's Betsy Ross Shop
NICKELS ARCADE

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SHOP EARLY.

HALLER & FULLER.

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IKome of

Snergrnev"

STATE STREET

JEWELERS

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"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS"

Lady Gruen Wrist Watches
Gruen Verithin

Gold Jewelry
Novelties

Silverware

COUSINS & HALL

Cleaning

Pressing

Repairing

Leather Goods

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Cut Glass

Clocks

Genuine Le Maire Opera Glasses
Michigan Gold and Silver
Jewelry

Members Florists Telegraph Delivery

209 South 4th Ave.

Phone 2508

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ONLY EJGHT DAYS LEFT.

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