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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FOUNTAIN PENS FLOWERS I TYPEWRITERS
THIS' I RIDEWS REPAID; SERVICE is un- of all makes
LS COLumN Iequaled. Real workmanship and one GEORGE BISCIIOF Bought, Sold, Rented, Exchanged,
day service. I Cleaned & Repaired
ATG. RIDER'S PE'E SHOP Choice Cut Flowers and Plants 0. D. M ARRI L,
ADVERTISING AT 3P. 302 State Street Phone 8019 F-i 220 Clialin St. Th 17 Nickels' Arcade
FOR HIRE NOTICE The Typewriter & Stationery Store
DEEPTHE_ mudof_ the___________ Dealer: Corona & L. C. Smith
DAILY CLASSIFIED BATES CHINESE RUGSC.
2 per reading ine for one or two insertions, 1 p KEEP THE mud off the flaper's
1 per oredin tine Woroe oratwoinrertifnsaticape shoes. Don't walk her around. n.&' C L T PRICES FOR I DRESSMAKING & TAILORING
;.r more insertions. White space charged for at same IPoe16- n s ea.EULQA1Y
;ed only to those having phones. Ask about cmntracts Ph 09Jadueasdn QE ULTl
eot MICELlANEOUS Exclusive collegiate styles for
e for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line for Bring your friends to see my rugs. young women. Needlework of all
s, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion TYPEWRITING and mimeographing I will allow towards Michigan league kinds. Experienced W'rwkmanship.
promptly and neatly done by experi- 10 percent on all rugs to people out- MRS. R. T. REAM
"Ji!m1rl i-estATh cakrn ,enced operators at c onsiderate side of Ann Arbor. 411 Thompson. Phone 2768-W.
prices. O. D. Morril, 17 Nickels MRS. If. B. MERRICK _
WANTED Arcade, The Typewriter & Station- 928 Church St.
erAM ore. ATwtESaE USED CARS OF QUALITY
r of Harry's A WOMAN with experience in solic- r..SE1923 Franklin Coupe.bAs godas it
ur choice of iting fire insurance. Apply Box 33. ORDERS FOR Engraving should be KARR MATTRESSES sounds.
scotch grain, I Cplaced now to avoid.possible delays ask for demonstration of the new 1923 Buick4 Touring. Just like new.
Lack top, tan[ LIT SCHOOL GRADUATION inviti and disappointment. 0 D. Morril, Karr Spring air mattress, sanitary, 1922 Studebaker Light Six Touring.
mautiful come1 ations. Call 2482-M. 17 Nickels Arcade, rhe Typewriter durable, inexpensive. Phone 2952- In perfect condition.
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S. E. Section, Near W

A 12 room house is being offered at a sacrifice

for quick sale.

This house is of hest construction.

Tile roof.

Oak and maple floors, two fireplaces,

water lift and many extra built-in conveniences. Large

lot 96x 180.

g lin
rtion
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Beautiful shrubbery. Price is right.

MABEL A. TOLFORD
712 1st Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phones 1516-2387-R

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FOR SALE
Y BOYS-try a pai
Moccasin oxfords, yo
0 different colors,s
moked horse, white-b
ussian etc. Very be
n and take a look at a
f $5. Made to your
V. Clark, 534 Forest

FOR SALE

measure. H.
Ave: Phone

A-1 STUDEBAKER, looks great, runs
swell., Call 1114-A.
AN IDEAL HOME
Beautiful home of eight rooms. Un-
usually attractive entrance hall and
living room. Spacious dining room.
Breakfast room and kitchen. Four
nice sleeping rooms and bath on see-
ond floor. Attic, ┬░fne 'basement, Lot
55x148 with shade and shrubbery.
Can be seen for first time Monday.
For Appointment Call
Mrs. Burnett
315 or 2781.
KELSEY FURNACE for sale. In ex-
cellent condition. H. B. Merrick,
928 Church.
SAXOPHONE, Buesher, C-melody, per-
fect condition, bargain. Robinson,
1104.
ELECTRIC Curling Irons, $1.39. These
are guaranteed. The Home Supply
Co.
NEW JARDINIERS and Vases, at the
lowest prices. Home Supply Store,
209 E. Washington St.
DISHES at the new low price. Home
Supply Store, 209 East Washington
St.
BEST VALUES IN Bags and Suit-
cases. 'Home' Supply Store. 209
Fast Washington pt.
ONE MAY FESTIVAL ticket, on Main
floor. Call Osborn 1744-J.
ATTENTION Fraternities and Soror-
ities. Am leaving town will sell
my upright piano cheap. An instru-
ment in A-1 condition must be sold
within next three days. 526 S. Div-
ision. Call 1517-R.
TWO MAY FESTIVAL tickets, first
balcony front. Call 3478-J.
LOKSMITH
A9, KINDS OF trunk and door keys.
Lawn mowers sharpened. Keeler,
1136 W. Huron. Phone 2498.
TYPEWRITING
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundtrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 866, downtown
No. 9 Ann Arbor Sav. Bank Bldg.
vFOR RENT
FOR THE SUMMER, modern furnish-
ed 8 room house, block from campusj
iso garage. 518 Monroe, phone
27441. Box 22.]
A SIX ROOM furnished house close
to campus. Phone 1047-W.
ATTRACTIVE 6 room apartemnt, un-
furnished, newly decorated. Call at
1320 South University between 4:30{
and 5 o'clock. (
SUITE OF OFFICES in Flint, former-j
ly occupied by Dr. E. C. Ryle, D. D.
S. Offices located at corner of De-
troit Street and 12th Avenue. Rea-
sonable rental, address W. C. Pierce,
1340 Detroit Street, Flint, Mich.
12x14 OFFICE with 8x8 alcove, sec-
ond floor Nickel's Arcade, State St.
Box C. R. D.
APARTMENTS, Light-housekeeping
rooms, either furnished or unfurn-
islied. I prefer to heave you look at
others first then see mine and says;
his is the best value I have seeen,
I will take it. Ralph T. Swezey,
~2970-w.
ROOMS FOR STUDENTS during the
summer term. Make your reser-
vations now. Call 1551-J.
SUMMER HOMES at Bayfield, Ontar.
io. Eight room furnished, hot and
cold running water, good bathing,
fishing in lake and river, artesian
drinking water, tennis court, golf.
Also six room furnished cottage.
Fine automobile roads. Write 434

Packard St., Ann Arbor.
NICELY FURNISHED rooms for elev-
en boys for summer school and next
year. Phone 3507-J. 517 East
Seventh.
LARGE ROOM, either single or doub-
le. One block from campus. 912
Monroe St. Phone 981-W.
ROOMS TO ORGANIZED group, of 14
boys or girls, board if desired.

VACATION WORK for college stu-
dent. Progressive lady with strong
personality; good salary plus bonus.
Write Educator's. Association, Park
Ave. Bldg., Detroit Michigan.
CAN USE two rsthree young men this
sumimer. Outside work. Position
can be made to pay very well. Write.
or see
Henry Meyering, Jr. Sales Manager
Tije )eyer ng Land 'Comipaniy
727 Farwell Building
Detroit, Michigan.,
ROOMS in faculty member's home by
Junior and Senior. Prefer South
East section. Address Box M. A. I-I.
THESES to type. Phone 3431-J.
SENIOR GIRL wants quiet room near
campus for next year; faculty fam-
ily preferred. Box 21, Daily.
HOSPITAL SUPPLIESj
Te Place Where You'l Be Satisfied
HOSPITAL SUPPLY CO.
Geo. Glitzenhirn, Mgr.
Makers and Dealers in
Surgieal and Scientifical Instruments
Abdominal Belts, Artificial Limbs
Braces, Trusses, Arch Supports
Experimental Work of All Kinds
Microtome Knives Ground and Other!
Fine Grinding
Plating and Repair Work
216 E. Washington St.
Telephone 2964-M
FOR UNIVERSITY
PEOPLE!
A new seven room home. Beauti-I
fully finished in oak, absolutely mod-'
ern and up to the minute.
The lot is good and there is a gar-
age. The location is just one block
from the campus.
The price is even less than other
places of the same quality.
We are at your service.
WHALEY REAL ESTATE EX.
310 Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
Office 1821-Fl
Sunday 3342-.A 1913-R"

SuperfluousI
FACIAL HAIRS
Removed Permanently by
ELECTROLYSIS
EL ECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
By appointment only Phone 1167-R.
RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleazied.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50.
HOME MADE MAPLEINE FLAVOR.
ED CANDIES ARE DELICIOUS
"THE COLLEGE MAGICIA"
Engagements solicited from Fater-
nities, Sororities, Clubs, etc.
927 S. State Phone 2717-R.
USED CARS
SUNDAY SPECIALS
Two 1919 Oakland Tourings, $135 each.
1917 Overland Touring, good tires and
runs fine. $135.
1920 Ford Touring, good tires and
starter, only $90.
1917 Buick D-45 tr. New top. Car
runs fine. $150.
STAEBLER & SON

SHOE REPAIRIN(
Full soles a specialty. 0.
222 S. State.
SHOES REPAIRED while
309 S. Mai St.

f '
C. Andros
you wait.

x,.

1922 Oakland 6-44 Touring. A
gain.
1920 Buick Touring.
1120 OaklandTouring. Must be
to be appreciated.
STAEBLER & SON
GARAGE

bar-
seen

$1 1,000-Two family apartment. Six rooms on first floor and
on second. Separate, steam heating, garage. Very clos
down town district.

$14,500-New two family apartment. Five rooms
arate basements. Laundrys with tubs. Garages.
excellent residence district.

each. S
Located

211 S. Ashley St.

Phone 686 1

211 S. Ashley St. Phone 686

Six Rooms
Near Angell School ; fireplace, hardwood floors,
well shrubbed. Price $10,500-$2,500 down.
Seven Rooms

$18,500-Two family apartment. Seven rooms each. Three
first floor and four on second. The rooms are large and w
arranged. Entrances are entirely separate. Good renters.

attic, garage,I

Near Burns Park; steam heat, laundry, fireplace, two-car gar-
age. Price $12,500.00-small down payment."
Eight Rooms
Near Forest Avenue; fine trees, oak floors, white enamel and
mahogany finish, brick and stucco, garage. Price $1 4,000-terms.

/

RINSEY & HELBER
Phone 1194-R
413 E. Liberty Street

413 E. Liberty Street

Building Lot
Scottwood; 100 foot frontage; six trees.

HOME

Price $4,500.

GARAGE
211 S. Ashley St.

Phone 686

2072

Site

Suitable Places for Fraternities and Sororities
Homes in best locations for Faculty Members
Rooming Houses of Every Description
Apartments and Houses for Rent
Insurance of All Kinds
Suburban Acreage

Inside the City Limits of Ann Arbor.
9 room house (practically new) with furnace, bath and Edi
electric lights. 28x40 hip roof barn and 4 car garage.
There are 300 bearing apple trees, 225 plums, 150 peach,
pear, 2/2 acres grapes, and other small fruit.
This property will soon be suitable for sub-dividing. . Has
rods of frontage on cement road.

The best and largest vacant
piece of land within six blocks
of Campus at lowest price
per square foot.

Priced to sell.

For full information call

506 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.

H. L. THORNTON, Manager

L. D. CARR &

701-2 Nat'l Bank Bldg.

Phone Sundays and Evenings '1759-M

17 Say. Bank Bldg. Ph.. 441-F-1

We'll wager ten to one that this is the house you want, and we

believe your judgment will tell you it is a bargain.

The regular price

has been until today $12,500.00.

Owner is very anxious for some

I

exclusive

cash immediately.
Here is your description.

Lot 66x132.

Only

houses off a good paved street, convenient to the Campus.

a couple of
Nice large
No houses

s5U I garage.

Big shade trees.

Well developed shrubbery.

close on either side, and a fine view from the large front porch.

There is a large hall and five fine rooms on first floor.

On the I

An eight-room house that has all the requirements of a g
home.
First floor: Vestibule and central hall with open stairc
On the right of hall is the living room with fireplace and in rear
that a large dining room. To the left of hall is a room that may
used as a study, library, or music room.,, Kitchen and butler's par
complete the first floor plan.
Second Floor: Large bathroom with good fixtures and li
chute. Four exceptionally fine bedrooms with ample closet sp
and cross ventilation. Large attic over all.
This home is well located on a large lot which is nicely la
scaped and has sveeral fine shade trees. Owner is leaving tc
and is wilng to sell at the market price. For further information

second floor, there are four nice rooms with unusually large closets.

Large well lighted bath.
tory.

Third floor is very suitable for a dormi-

There is an excellent basement with steam heating plant, electric
water lift, laundry conveniences, and automatic heater. Can you
ask for more?
We repeat again, this is your opportunity to secure a real home
at less than its real value.

MR. JOSSELYN with

C. LOUIS ANDREWS
REALTOR
512 FIRST NATIONAL BANK

Evenings, 617, 1686-R or 661-W
Room 3, Wuerth Arcade

ITel. 3064

Evenings 2811

Phone 2438

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New house on good street, near Campus.
Good location to rent rooms, excellent resi-
dence section, near car line.
Garage, private driveway, shade trees,
good sized lot.
Oak floor, hot air heat, electric fireplace,
large attic, every other convenience and at-
traction.
Priced at $11,000.00. Small payment
down, balance easy contract:

All advertising regarding houses have the same ring.
Location and Setting: This house is on the east side in the W
tenaw district. Unique in every detail. The exterior is
ferent. The lawn and shrubbery are arranged to please the

Description and Character: THE HOUSE IS NEW.

The

In excellent location on paved street, only two blocks from car

line, in the south east section.

Has eight rooms, including large living

room, nice kitchen, den (can be used as a bed room), four large bed
rooms up with closets; good bath, oak finish throughout the house.
Oak floors, French doors, fireplace, book cases, linen closet, full
basement with laundry; side drive and good lot.

trance has a reception hall that does not jar the nerves, and w
opens with French doors into a large living room. The
fire place is one you will enjoy morning, noon and night.
sun parlor is all the name implies. The dining room, w'.
also opens off the hall, is large enough for entertaining a
sonable number of guests. First floor is finished in Red C
wood with floors of oak. "Harmony" is the keynote of
decorating. Four charming sleeping rooms all decorated in
restful tones that will please the most exacting.
Climax : Can you guess the price?

It is priced for a quick sale-at $11,000.

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