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TU.OMY HILLS

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
CHINESE RUGS

......

Hill St. House

FOR SALE
Are you interested in a beautiful suburban home

Thos

me site that carries definite assurance of permanent
, will find it in. Tuomy Hills, fronting on the new
ement, and overlooking the Michigan campus and thle

Are You Looking

Xrr'WvSHIPMENTk-~
Many Colors -- Wide Range

East of Washtenaw

ron River Valley.
Sites now available represent values beyond comparison.
FOR INFORMATION CALL
T uomy & Tuo'my
Lawrence Block-Corner Fourth Ave. A~d Ann St.
Tel. 859-M-1901-M

For Fraternity or Sorority ?
If so we can please you.

We

also have fine business stores on 1

State & Main & Huron Sts.
prices that will surprise you.

at

in L TOT 121x132; FOREST TREES
First flor; Vestibule, Hall, 11x13 with
Sizes and Designs; grate, clothes closet; living room,
13x21; sun room 10 1-2x24; dining
ONE QUALITY room 13x14; kitchen.
Second floor: 4 bedrooms, large clos-
The Best ets; sleeping porch 10 1-2x48.
All hardwood floors, oak and white
I enjoy showing these rugs to peo-, enamel finish.
t t B'aseinent partitions all pou.red ce-
pie who love beautiful things. Not anent. Dust proof fiuel room; fruit cel-
lar; laundry, 3 stationary tubs, stor-
expected to buy unless you see a! age and W0arm garage. Price reason-
ru!ihu hchyucno eable. For terms and appointment to
rug ithot wich ou anno besee this elegant .home call
happy. LIX A R
MRS. H. B. MERRICK C. J. TREMMEL
818 Churchj 17..Savings 'Bank; Bldg.
Phone 441-Fl Evenings 2701-M

Hills and overlooking the Huron valley?

If so ask to see1

rooms including very large living room-dining room--kitche
--sewing room=--th-ree bied rooms and bath-full atic-all
conveniences-large porches-wonderful scenic view--great
of fruit-is exceptionally well shaded-and an abundance of
bery--double garage-'one or more acres can be pu~rchased'-
for price and terms.

FOR SALE

FERDON ROAD,

Phone for appointment.

RINSEY & HELBER

'Phone 1 I04-R

413gE. L

8 ROOMS-new, modern, steam heat, garage, good lot.
One of the better homes, must be seen'to be appreciated.
$18,000.
6 ROOMS-=new, modern, hot air heat, garage, lot 66:k66.

MICHIGAN

P rice

REAL ESTATE CO.

To YOU and YOUR FRIENDS

1597-W

"TIH E HIGHLANDS"

We have a special department to care for rentals.

C

One

of. the most home-like places we know of, and just off Washte-
naw. Price at $1 4,000 is moderate, too.
FRATERNITIES AND~ SORORITIES-We have homes for!

Geddes Avenue

2438--anid tel[ us what you want or what lyou have to rent..
Monday.

you.

READ OUR ADS

WHALBY IREAL ESTATE "EXC
310 First Nationial Bank Building

CHANGE
Office Phione 1821-Fl

: :""i ttt h"ntlt uEflu'rr~rflr~rr!
WIEHAVE IT
C ONNOR'S
_ SPECIAL BRICK
rr FOR TODAY,
lfMaple Nut Pineapple Ice
Chrr
"Cer THE AMERICAN
CIGAR STORE
514 E.. Williams

We are pleased to be able to offer ten lots in this new sub-
division, located on Geddes. It is expected that this property will

be taken into the city at the comr
and afford some excellent views.

king elections. The lots are alrge
This property is close to the pave-

6 room house on Granger. $75.00' per
month. Immnediate possession.
5 romos and bath on Division. Fur-
nislied. $60.66 per month June lst

WE NOW VHAVE

A

ment and convenient to the new Angell School.

The -restric6tis

good six or seven room
venient to Ferry Field.
$75.00 to $90.00 pei' m
Siept. 1st.

are adequate tio protect the person who wants to live in a purely; resi-

~rooms arid' bath upstairs on E. 1I.
$42.00 summer and $50.00 in wini-
ter. Furnfished and heated.

dentjial community.
country atmosphere,

WE WANT

The youngsters will have- plenty of roo0'M and a

Il_.

6, room,. house on -Washtenaw furnish-
' <O June 20th to Sept. 10. $60.00 per
mo.

Six or seven room house on,
East or West side with good I
Pvay $55.00 per mo:
Eight to ten room house in
Aea. Will pay $80.00 per m
We have several calls for for
be haO1 for $35.00 or $40.
month. East or West side.:

The prices range from $2,500--4,00' with terms.

It is no trouble to show you.

McCrurnb Apartment of
furnished and heated.
mediate possession.

$95.00.

WVe.'
t in-

0

.SOLE AGENT

Gorton Realt Esate Agency

POTTER, ALLSHOUSE & RICHARDS, .Inc.

FOR

IROOM 3, W 1Y1ERTH , ARCADE

PHONE

601-4 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.

Tel. 2072'

GOOD LAUNDRY

.... a:,

SERVICE

.. 4'.
This beaut~iful homne at 1,80 'Washtenaw Avenue for sale
Fifteen. room hou~se with Washti Taw Avenue frontage of 335 feet;
zcomplete servants 'qiiart'ers; lot in~cludes beautif~ul shade trees and
s~hrubbery; :coplete telephone systen in hoiuse: three bathrooms.
Three t~ur garage with separate heating plant and three Vedrois and
,bath. Must be sold at an early dlate. Terms.
For.frt rinfrmation or for 'an apliointmt fd see this beauti-
* fitl ho'M11. NEWTON with.
~TTAES L. BROOKS
- REAL1TOR
Phone 315 215 First Nat'l Lank Bldg. Evenings 2064-J

$103,500

SEVEN 0OM

$ ,00 ow

B~uiling Sites

,i *1

Call

Stucco House wi.th ti le roof. F:*rs~t for
has v'estibuaerhall iving'room', 'dining

$2,600:00-Attractive buiilding"1lot bn Brooklyn Avenuie.; ux
reside~nce section:.=Terms.
$2,200.00-splendid lot on McKinley A vieu, vW~ I 4Uit

TRO.JAN

{
i

LAUNDRY CO.

Will Call

room, kitchen. Second floor,; 3 good sized
bedroomfs anid bcathand one finished and at,
tic on th-ird., Is very mode=r. F~ireplace,,
la.undry, clothes ch-L'te, linen closet and
many otber Cattractive features. Hot w~t'er
heat. Excellent location for hom~e ,or in o-

menus. Near car-service., Termis..

$2,500{0--Large. lot on. Packard St., sutable kr either.

I .

or residence.

Part cash will handle.

Deliver

Phone 1981

$2600.0-- Atrattivebqzne site on Ferdon~
section.

Road, best

'm

tIi

1

Country

Home

Estate

vestment.

~ARKIN

&SON

On Washtenaw---New Paved Road

MRS. AA GUSTINE.
716 First Nat'l Bank

Realtgrs
110 E. Liberty Street

Tel. 34~i

Evenings 2596-J,

One five or ten acre tracts-you can buy a farm for the price of a single lot

ten' minutes ride to the University.

High-grade homes, are being erected now.

in the city. Five or
Phone 1713-M for

.: v_. ..
,.. y:

Phone 835-F1

appointment.

Jo' KARL. MALCOLM

If Better Homes Are Built

602 East Liberty. Street

Ann Arbor!

The McClure Home 'Building Service

"'Where a Little Buys a Lot"

Will Build Them

FRATERNITIES

R #Oj4ING HO USE
W5AR GAINS-
$15.1,00
14 rooms, three blocks from campus. There are three
lavatories an attractive fireplace, and. a good garage. The
lot is 50x. 32. The house is in -excellent condition and has
new shades, curtains, storm windows and screens. All student
furniture is included. Possession in thirty days, if desired.
$16,000
Ten rooms and large :dormitory, three blocks from cam-
pus. This house, which is more attractive from the outside
that the usual rooming. house, sets on a lot N~ 132, and is in
the best of condition
$13,000
Thirteen rooms, two blocks from campus. This house
has an attriactive fireplace, Fren~ch doors,b good furnace and
is in good condition throughout. Theis is .an exceptional value
at the above price.

The present owner of this property is willing to sell at a figure that will make
any organization not located to investigate.

it wvorth while for

The house consists of evelen rooms, six of which can be used for study purposes. Besides this
there is a 'good porters room, large sized kitchen, butlers pantry with sink, good sized dining room with
fireplace and two other rooms which cari be thrown together to' make a large living room.
A deck, with room for eight double-deckers, can be converted into a sleeping porch at small Mx-
pense.
There are oak floors throughout, white enamel 'finish, three complete bath rooms and steam heat.
The lot is 11 9x330 and worth a good portion of the purchase price.

FOR APP. CALL

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FOR _ APP. T._CAL.

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