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April 29, 1924 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1924-04-29

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ALPHA TAU OMEGA Fraternity pin.
Reward if returned. Phone 179 or
gall at 1023 Oakland.
OMICRON PI SIGMA Fraternity pin.
?at -Military Ball Friday night. Fin-
der kindly call J. C. Cody at 3339-
J1120 Olivia ave and receive re-7
wardl.

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TXI SING

D)AILY 'CL$SSIFIJEDRATES
rged at the rate oft12~c per reading tint, for one or two insertions, 11c peg
Ming line for th~ree t>. more 1nsertiote. White space charged for at same
s. Classifieds charged only to those saving phones. Ask about cntracts
classified advertising.
10ic per reading line for one or two insertions, Se per reading line for
e or more0 lisrtions, cash in advance. Minimum,~ 3 lines per insertion
ClassliiIx4 Colin Closes at U~ o'Clock Noon, Saturday.
11 !muie-JO.Ad. Taker"'

FOR SALE
G IBSON GUITAR. Call 642-J.
1920 FORD Coupe, self starter, good
running, 2 new tires, 1 spare. In-
quire Miss Rose. Phone 251 or callj
1501 Washtenaw.
VEGA TENOR banjo, good as new.-
Worth $60, price $25. 625 Forest
Ave.
CHEAP; four lunger, looks fierce;
runs fine. Call 1519.
CHE~AP Harley-Davidson twin cylin-
der motorcycle. Call 461-J.
RESIDENCE ON FERDON Road,
steam heat, four bedrooms, double l
garage. $12,500. Phone 3017-W.
18" FT. Old Town Canoe in good con-
dlition. Price $35. Phone 2534-W,.
Saunders after 7 p. m. .
SPECIAL OFFER

SHOE REPAIRING
Full soles a Specialty, Put pon lasts
and treed into shape. Made to look
like new.' Give us a trial.
Ann Arbor Custom Shoe Factory
534 Forest Ave.
SHOES REPAIRED while you wait,
Full soles a specialty. 0. G. Andres
HATS
Spring millinery for women at mod-
erate prices.
206 E.. Liberty St.
Phone 1390-R
WANTEDI
776D RUNABOUT' OR Coupe about 31
years old. State price and terms.
Reply Box A. C. C.
INSTRUCTOR desires fully furnished
apartment or small house for dur-
ation of summer session. Reply to'
Box 17 Dailyl
A FEW. positions are now available
to young, women who can qualify
for our work, best of working con-
ditions, meals -at cost, with clean
work, permanent. Michigan Bell
Telephone Co. c-o Chief Operator, 1
Cor. Wash, and Main St.

ON DIVISION St. Sunday, ladty's gold
mesh purse. Finder please call
811-W. Reward.
HAFIS WRIST watch silver bracelet
initials S. I. S. Call' Miss Stevens
I2730, reward.
MISCELLANEOUS
CALLING CARDS, Wedding An-
nouncemients,. etc. Orders given
prompt attention. BID)DLVS BOOK
STOR01E, 11 Nickels Arcade.
GETT LEMEN
All jokes aside come in and get a
real Honest to Goodness pair of shoes
made to your order. From $8.50 and
up.
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM SHOE
FACTORY
EXERYBODY loves the hardy gar-
dien lilies, We have Japanese lilies
now; Auratium, the gold banded lily,
Rubrum, the red spotted one and Mag-
nificumn, the ivory and carmine lily.
This is the only time. of year to, plant
them.I
HARRIS SEED STORE
Cor. Washington and Fifth,
RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet 'Cleaning Works.
Phone 50.
SuperfluousI
FACIAL }PAIRSI
Remoyed PIermanently by
.ELE CTROL~YSIS
ELECTRO-COSM IC SERVIACE
By appointment only. Phone 1107-Rl.
ORDERS FOR Engraving should be
placed now tit avoid possible delays#
and disappointment. 0 D. Morril,
17 Nickels Arcade, The Typewriter
& Stationery Store.
Read the Want Ads
I

The

Lurea

wA.~

of

Gold

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Nine room house. Five rooms on
1st floor; four on 2n1d, dormitory on
3rd. Close to campus. Offered at
sacrifice if taken in time so 'owner
cani hankde a business opportunity of-
fered him.
. ID. Carr & C. J. Trentmel
17 Sav. Bank Bldg. Ph. 441-F-i.
I- AMELLED iron crib with good
rattress, $7.50. One May Festival
weason ticket, third row first bal-
-ony, $6.00. Hardwood dining-roomn'
table, 3x4 ft., with three extra lean-1
es, $7.50. T. E. Parsons, 338 May-
piard St., Tel 2411-R.

I~ffCUI RE H()IE BUJILDING~
SERVICEI
Our business in life is not to get
ahead of oth'er people but to get ohead
of o~urselves, which means that the
sooner you build a home for yourself
the quicker you will sto~p paying that
rent, Your lot and a small 'down pay-
ment will strtyou' to get.aheadof
yourself.
Calfr a ppitetadse o es tis to secure a home.
AN~N ARBOR HOME BUILDERS
ASSOCIATION
Edwjvvin . Smith and Samu~el SchltIz
40S8 First National Banklfk
Phone P385
OLDS JAANESE prints frsae Ms
Eag lake, 521 Walnuit. 4Tel, 2316~ at
ev nilng.
-FAR ,EN
LARGE NICELY furnshd sutealsi
single room-iconinecting bath. 'Re-
fined couple or prof and business
men. Semi-private house. 115 N.
Thayrer. z
FROM J'UNE l1l4th to Sept. 10th. Com-
pletely furnished, thr~ee room apart-
mnent, $50.00 per month. Married
couple preferred. Phone 3473-M.
LIGHIT-HOUSEKEEPING rooms, two}
blocks from campus. Phone 2970-
W. Ralph T. Swezey.
ROOMS FOR Transien~ts by dayof
week. Ralph T. Swezey, 509 Thom-
pson St.
HOUSE SUITABLE for ai club of
girls. Will accommodate 12 to 14.
Ample parlor, dining' room and
kitchen facilities. Address Box 15
Daily. '
1. .d

IROOM FOR 8 girls and six boys for
table board. Phone 1118-W. 607
,HTill St.
ROOMS FOR 10 girls for 1925 school
year, house must be attractive, well
finished and in good location. South'
East section' preferred. Box B. 1V1.
Daily.
j . NOTICEI
DR. MANUEL EASKER
CHESS EXHIBITION
Tonight 8 P. M~. Michigan Union
Admi4ssion 50c~
Everyone Welcome
I D TEtR,AIyEN
"THE COLLIEGE MAGICIAN"
Enagemetns Solicited from Frater-
nitis, Sororities, Clubs etc.
927. S. State Phone 2717-R.
r ~St.,X ER IHELP
SALESMEN TO represent reliable
furnitue house. High class trade.
Trem endouzs possibilities. Room 302
Michian Uion,4 to 5:30.
i L4OST
DELTAQGAMMA sorority pin. Initi-
als D.h K. on back. Call 2507-J.

I N1849 the lure of 'gold
drew Manymen across,
the plains to California. V~ith
nopower but horses and ox-
eni, and scarcely a road that
was morethn a trail, many
of these hardy folks reached
the coast---and found gold.

Often its

success

is bey'ond

prepared.

Li

SOFT
SHIRTS
Save 5Oc
Walk to Maynard Street
Nortlj of Majestic
DAVYIS TOGGERY SHOP

belhif. but that success de-
pends largelyIV upon the-cop, r
and just how the° message is

The Mihian Daily, now
recognized as one of the best
4collegiate . publications in the

{:
a

Gold has just a s great {a~

Uni'ted Stites conducts a de-

who would lake a
RIDER
MST EE
Bring a sample.o
his writing., Riaer
canf it him. diear's
Pen Shop.

lure today. ost us 6ex ct'

pal a which h 4s for its

11,

to g et it from busjness.:
through rendering a service.
How much we get actually
depends upon how weld we
sell our products or our serv-

advertisers

in ,the prepara-

~sale purpose: the assisting of

tion of their advertising copy,
layout, etc.

ii"Y II

You. can. satisfy that
desire for some -
thing different

ice.0

AT-

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Tuttle's Lunch Room
338 Maynard St. South' of Majesice

Newspaper. advertising is
ptobably' the mosti effective
method of a large number of
pro s p e cts known today

It is your loss if you have
something to sell the Student
Body of Michigan and are not
taking advantage of the a(S-
sistance of the Advertising-

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New Crop Flower
Seeds

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Service Department

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An~n Arbor people do not real-
ize that right here in our own
home town we have one of the
largest stocks of flower seeds
in the state. In annual seeds
we have not only the well known
varities but we have the new-
est novelties in separate colors
as well as mixed. In perennial
flower seeds we have a' wide
variety and carry many kinds
not carried in retail catalogues.
If a small quantity or an ounce
is required we can supply. Our
stocks are fresh~ and germina-
tion is guara.nteed. Everything
in flowering seeds, plants, bulbs,
shrubs.I

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'. '40 P-1
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Discount

4''

from regular
prices on

The

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HARRIS
Washingt

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SEED STORE
;ton & Fifth Ave.

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FLOWERS

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