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May 15, 1924 - Image 7

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DAILY CLASSIFIED RATES
Charged at the rate c~f 12c per reading tine for one or two insertions, 11c pet
reading line for three er more insertiouL. White space charged for a.t same
rates. Classifieds charged only to those having phones. Ask about c,- ntracts
for classified advertising.
10c per reading line for one or two Insertions, 9c per reading_ line for
three or more insertions, cash in adVance.. Minimum, 3 lines ;per insertion
Ulassili~d Columin ClOAB t 1 ft'C~ock Noon, Saturday.
"J!,m1! .thbOAd. Taker"

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llNT1+ ESTATE. SUITS at $26.00 ad UNIVERSITY i'nstructor wants furn-
$31.5i0 WITH EXTRA PANTS at $2.50. isbcd house for year beginning Sept.
Don't miss this extraordinary offer. Net necessarily close in. Reason- .
.Sis shinpncd home if von wish. tobe. able prige. Box 21.

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paid for on delivery.,
Call at American Hotel or phone 123,
as s ,oon as possible.
"Bu Y INTEIRSTATE for VALUES."
SAY B'OYS-try a 'pair of Harry's
Moccasin~ oxfords, your choice of
10 different colors, scotch grain,
smoked horse, white-black~ top, tan
Russian tc. Very beauitful comel
in and take a look at a special price
of $5. Made to your measure. H.
W. Clark,k 534 Forest Ave. Phone
3043.
16 foot used canoe. $15.00. ,Storage3
paid for 1 year. Saunders Canoe
Livery.:
20 ROOM. HOTUSE' corner of State and
Hill. Suitable for Fraternity or'
Sorority. ,Call at 712 Hill, 1660-J.
A EZCH ITECTS Ball ticket. Call,
355. Ken Kellar.
'TICKET TO airhitect bnhll. *Thi(e ire-
ducod. Call Gus 1689-R.
FORD) TOURING, A-i condition. Many
accessories, call 16.m
1 TT KFE'T to the Architect's May
Party. Call '461-W.
11 INLTto rclitet'sBall for $4.50.j
Call 1521-R.
SILVER plated C-melody Holton{
saxophon~e. .Call 16.
FOUINTAIN PENS

I OSITON AS COOK by a reliable
womxan, a position as house-keeper,
economical, good cook andc manager;
$3a week. 306 Spring.

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FLOWEIS
GEORGE BISCHLOFF
Choice Cut. Flowers and Plants
Phone 809 F-i 220 Chapin St.
i ENTERTAINMENT
"TRE COLLEGE MAGICIAN"
Engagemetns Solicited from Frater-
nities, Sororities, Clubs etc.
927 S. State Phone 2717-R.
GR.IN.DIN !(4
LAWN 9OW ERS GRtO UN I
Most Approved machinery. Work
guaranteed
OSCAR'S SHOE. REPAIR
1114 So. Univ.
(The Sharp Shop Agency)

MEN AND WOMEN students to earni
good commission soliciting orders,
part or full, time. Phione 1044.
evenings 7-10 for appointment.
A WOMAN with experience in colic-
Iiting fire insurance. Apply Box 33.1

_Head Of Australia
Governmcnlt Quits; 1
YSalary Too Small
Reigaio f LrdFote a gv
7irnorgene I y:{}ral of nSri is attribut-
ed t thetacttha hi~salay di no
lind entrinnts woriFoter ovn
'representatives are expec;ted to give.
Classified--Co nyt.I-
HIOSPITAL JSU'PPLIES
! The P~lae d' lieire Yon'iiIle Satsffie(d.
()W. I~IT1 tfrea) izY C~. j
Mv1iei-snd "Daiers in a
qurg ial ud Sint ifi'AlInsf rumnents
Biraces, 'Vin sses, arch supports
3 ixperihnental Work of All Kind"
Nlicrotone Kn ives Ground and O0 herj
Fide Grinding
Plating and RepAr 'Work
Telep.W~hon 111)0 St.I

A SHALL water spaniel three or four ! l IESSI1AING & TAILOR1ING
months old. Call 231.
RUSIUAL Exclusive collegiate styles for
________________________.ygung* women. Needlew~ork of all
THE 'LATEST VICTOR records on kinds.' Experienced workmanship.
a week, every Friday at Schaeberle3 MRS. R. T. UItEAM
&Son's, 110 S. Main ,ft. 411' Thompson. Plhone 2768-+d.

___-_MATTRESSES
ask for demonstration of the new
Darr Spring air mattress, sanitary,
durable, inexpensive. Phone 2952-
TYP'EWRITING
TYPEW/ItE fRS
of all makes
I)ught, Sold, Rented, Exchanged,
Cleaned &Repaired
n. 1). MORRILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
Dealer: Corona & L. 'C. Smith
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
-nrn~ ~h ra.mnw{.~~

MIS EL~lANEOU}ZS
SLEEVELESS~ sweaters and sleeveless
felt and corduory jackets in all
colors at
JANE
SINGLETON
SHlOPIS
HUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50.
TYPEWVRITING and mimeographing
promptly and neatly done by experi-
enced operators at e onsiderate
cprices. 0. D. Morril, 17 Nickels
Arcade, The Typewriter & Station-
ery Store.
Superfluous

1LOCR SMIIL
ALL KINDS OF trunk and door keys.
Lawn mowers sharpened. Beeler,
1136 W. I-uron. Phone 2498.

RIDER'S REPAIR SERVICE is un-
equaled. Real workmanship and one
day service. kI
RIDECR'S PER~ SHOP I
302 State Street1
MIlSCELFLANEOUTs
US~ED CARS
$60 Ford Touring.
Ace Spart
Oakland oadster $250. Repainted,
good tires I
BuickIFour T~ou ring_
All kinds f used cars At right price.'
HUDJISON,.SAJES' and SERVICE
310 East Washington
16itimt'iii t li ittnii iiiiilil6Eiiinini

uuiu~r~, ruu~r~LUIp~,rIUDUSFACIAL U.AIRS
cushion keys, type cleaners and step- Removed PerniIIanentlyil IfbyI~
plies. Machnes rented. ILCROYI
;ANN ARBOR 1TYPE WITER I EECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
VIVXNHANGE. Phone 866, , downtown w ot n t
No,: 9 Ann Arbor Sagv. flank Bldg. By appointment only Phone 1167-R . - F rtnael-7
1057~J ORDERIS FOR Engraving should be,-. very student desires'ohe the most oto his . lee
Ch)EONWrtWthwtble placed now to avoid possible delay. Work, but -Le must have the eqimn.Lgoe or a
BL01-1 ELIN1rit Wachwiholue an dsapoitgett1
race; engraved "M",Fia vn 1 ikl rcdTeTpertr t e'i <A and see if it 1 ois -te
i,-gn ear lMajesti; Tlieatre. Keepsake & Stationery Store. - - .
= ead1389-R. _ .-.. .Stdetirl;Sor
tnnzg rum of money. *.zCall 33 H. suits. _ ring. your manuscripts rt 1111I Sounft X Vniversity Avte.
I I3tl, reward. x -us -IBLJ 8E' BOORQ STORE __________ ________________________________
iiii![ iiiiu iiiiiiiiii[iii[il [[t$I I[l iiijl1iiirii " . ____ _______________________ _____

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Not~ aLuxury

Ourm cab service is not a luxury.

With our low

rates of fare, our service is now r-egarded~ by everyone as
a necessity-a convenience that makes a shopping trip a
pleasure; adds enjoyment to the social call;' assures prompt
arrival for the business engagemnent; in -fact, places at the
disposal of the public safe, prompt, economical tranispor-
tation.
With our capable drivers ever strivingt serve you
qut ickly ani~d courteously; with our comfortable cabs-
clean not only on the exterior, but in the interior as well-
our "cab service is ever becoming more andl more popular
with the people of this city. That is one reason, why we
are adding new equipment. We want to merit the confi-
dence that the people have placed in us. We want to
serve, every 'man, woman anidchild to 'the very best of
our ability.
Should you, however, ever have any cause for comn-
plaint, you will: be conferring a. favor upon ius by bringinig
it promptly to our attention.'
& er at Your Serv ice

MLADE, BY EDERHEIMi:EER, STEIN CO.
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danes-oull indClthe wehae sld
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