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May 20, 1924 - Image 7

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-icultural Man
Chosen For Haiti

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DAILY CLASSIFIED RATES
fed at the rate of 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, Ile pet
ng line for three .r more insertions. White space charged for at same
. Classifieds charged only to those having phones. Ask about contractu
lassified advertising.
Oc per reading line for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line for
or more insertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion
Classifid Coluimn Closes at ha o'Clock Noon, Saturday.
"J mmito-the-Ad. Taker"

Fet SAv
SAY BOYS-try a pair of Harry's
Moccasin oxfords, your choice of
10 different colors, scotch grain,
smoked horse, white-black top, tan
Rusian etc. Very beautiful come
in and take a look at a special price
of $5. Made to your measure. H.
W. Clark, 534 Forest Ave. Phone
3043.
ATTENTION Fraternities and Soror-
ities. Owner leaving town will sell
upright piano cheap. Instrument
in A-1 condition. Must be sold with-
in three days. 526 S. Division. Call
1517-R.
HOT AIR FURNACE for sale, very
cheap. Firebox, grate and jacket
new last year. =65-J.
MAY FESTIVAL tickets for sale, ex-
cellent seats, 265-J.
HOUSE-HOLD furnishings, including
rugs, modern and antique furniture;
reed baby cab and electrical appli-
ances. 1441 S. State.
1 CANOE. Good condition. Cheap
Call 1391. Henderson.
A-1 STUDEBAKER, looks great, runs
swell. Call 1114-M.
AN IDEAL ROME
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 sec-
and floor. Attie, fine basement, Lot
55x148 with shade and shrubbery.
Can be seen for first time Monday.
For Appointment Call
Mrs. Burnett
315 or 2781
ONE MAY FESTIVAL ticket, on Maint
floor. Call Osborn 1744-JJ.
TYPEWRITING
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand 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 Sa. Bank Bldg.
FOR RENT
FURNISHED 6 room house for sum-
ier 421 pjamjn St. Phone 289&
~-Safter 5:30.
"OR SUMMER or for next year, suite
with fireplace, to graduate women
or 0tachers, new house, with vapor
"heat near campus. Address box 23,
Michigan Daily.
ATTRACTIVE 6 room apartemnt, un-1
furnished, newly decorated. Call at
1320 South University between 4:30
and 5 o'clock.
APARTMENTS, Light-housekeeping
rooms, either furnished or unfurn-
ished. I prefer to have you look at
others first then see mine and says;
this 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.
NICELY FURNISHED rooms for elev-
en boys for summer school and next
year. Phone 3507-J. 517 East
geventn.

TYPEWRITERS
of all makes
Bought, Sold, Rented, Exchanged,
Cleaned & Repaired
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade
The Typewriter & (Stationery Store
Dealer: Corona & L. C. Smith
WANTED
COLLEGE STUDENT or teacher for
summer months, handling schliol
guide in sales field; healthy, enjoy-
able, refined position, $273 for 3
months, $156 for 2 months. Write
Dept. "C", 2011 Park Avenue, Detroit
Mich.
LIT SCHOOL GRADUATION inviti-
atiens. Call 2482-M.!
CAN ,USE two or three young men this
summer. Outside work. Position
can be made to pay very well. Write
or see
Henry Meyering, Jr. Sales Manager
The Meyering Lad Company
727 Farwell Building
Detroit, Michigan.
fROOMS in faculty member's home by
Junior and Senior. Prefer South
East section. Address Box M. A. H.
SENIOR GIRL wants quiet room near
campus for next year; faculty fam-
ily preferred. Box 21, .Daily. I
FOUNTAIN PENS
RIDER'S REPAIR SERVICE is un-
equaled. Real workmanship and one
day service.
RIDEiR'S PE' rSHOP
302 State Street
MISCELLANEOUS
CALL AT PARLOR millinery for fine
millinery. Also Teckla under mus-
lin which must be seen to be ap-
preciated.- Mrs. Chas. Barrows, 331
Packard.
TYPEWRITING and mimeographing
promptly and neatly done by experi-
enced operators at c onsiderate
prices. 0. D. Morril, 17 Nickels
Arcade, The Typewriter & Station-
ery Store.
ORDERS FOR Engraving should be
placed now to avoid possible delays
and disappointment. 0 D. Morril,
17 Nickels.Arcade, The Typewriter
& Stationery Store.
Superfluous
FACIAL IAIRS
Removed VPrmanently by
ELECTROLYSIS.
ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
By appointment only Phone 1167-1.
RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaing Works.
Phone 50.
MATTRESSES}
KAIIR MA TTRE SSES
ask for demonstration of the new
KF.rr Spring air mattress, sanitary,
durable, inexpensive. Phone 2952-
SHOE REPAIRINGj
Full soles a specialty. 0. C. Andres
222.S. State.
LOST
A BLUE BEADED BAG at Cap Night.
Phone 917-J.
LAUNDRY BAG. Packard and State,
across from Fletcher's Drug Store.
Finder please call Slutzky, 1510-J.
Reward.

The

Lure

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of

Gold

Carl Colvin
The president has just appointed
Carl Colvin of Springfield, Ill., to be
agricultural engineer for Haiti, where
he will sail within a few weeks. He
was at one time a member of the
faculty of Illinois University.
3IUSICAL
YOUR PORTABLE canoe or camp
Victrola is here. Get yours now,
prices from $25.00 to $50.00. Schae-
berle Son Music House.
NOTICE
WILL THE GIRL who took blue silk{
dress with a parrot embroidered in
colors on the front, kindly mail the
same to the owner at once, and save
herself embarassment of prosecu-
tion.
YOU CAN EARN!
$400 to $1,00
This Summer
(Not House-to-House Work)
For Details See
D. R. GORRAMMICHIGAN UNION
10-12 A. Xf.-2-8 P. M.
(We Guarantee $5.00 Per Day) j

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N 1849 the lure of gold
drew many men across
the plains to California. With
no power but horses and ox-
en, and scarcely a road that
was more than a trail, many
of these hardy folks reached
the coast---and found gold.

Often

its

success

is beyond

belief. But that success de-
pends largelv upon the copy,
and. ust how the message is

prepared.

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I AANNOUNCEMENT

The Michigan Daily, now
recognized as one of tie best
Collegiate publications in the
United States conducts a de-

Gold has just as great a
lure today. Most of us expect

partment which has for

its

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to get

it from

busines- -

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through rendering a service.
How much we get actually
depends upon how well we
sell our products or our serv-

sole purpose the assisting of
advertisers in the prepara-
tion of their advertising copy,

layout, etc.

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Seventh.
CHINESE RUGS
Not sOldI Regardless of Price! .
No dealer can disregard price paid.
cause I take in account 1iy cost I
n sell equality Chinese Rugs at so
lch less than other dealers.
MRS. H. B. MERRICK
928 Church St.
s
- -
Neatly combed, well-kept har is a
business and social asset. 1
STACOMB makes the hair stay corbed'
in any style you like even after it has
just been washed.'
W STACOMB-the original-has been
used for years . by stars of stage and,
screen-leaders of style.%,Write today
fo retrial tube.
QTubes-35'Jars-75c c
Ilnsist on STACOMB-in-the.black.
yellow and gold package. -

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Master-

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A very personal Grad-
nation Gift. A perma-
nent Souvenir of U. of
Michigan.

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Mar ian, daughter of . F.
Wuerth, 340 E. William St.
Terrace Garden Dancing
Studio will he open all sum-
mer, enroll before May 17tlh
for the summer course. We
feature Physical Culture,
Modern and Fancy Dancing.
including Ballet, Spanish
Tango, Classical, Oriental,
Character, Society, Inter-
pretive and Folk Dances We
aim to make each dance in-
dividual and orignal, suit-
able either for solo or class
dancing. We specialize in
teaching children. Private,
Modern and Classical les-
sons daily 10 a. m. to 10 p. m.
G. C. PAYNE, Director
No. 22 Wuerth Arcade
Phone 241-R
New Crop Flower
Seeds
Ann 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
est nov eltles in separate colors
as well as mixed. In perennial
flower seeds we have a d

Newspaper advertising is
probably the most effective
method of a large number of

prospects

iCe.

known today.

The

Daily

Servcwe 'epar'tment.

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

$7.25 to 9.25

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