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ITHE MICHIGAN DAILY

WANTED-HIELP

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TYPE WRITERS

~TI HSCANVASSERS WANTED ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER ;
COE II !I A S S IFICOLUMN "Kimberley Hills" is Ann Arbor's DlErXWodtCkHadOiv
COLUMaII F Xk COLAAGM
! Ithe property is to sell lots to 75 per Typewriters. Sundstrand Adding
centoftepopcs Machines, Rubber star zps.
ewant some earnest enthusiasts, j Line-a-Time copy holders, and.
girls or boys to canvass for appoint: Typewriter supplies. Phone 466. !
DAILY (CLASSIFIED RATES mcznnts to show the property. We wil Ann Arbor Savings Bank 13ldg.
10c per reading, line for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line for. do the rest, transporting to the prop-1 (Down Town)
three or more insertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lin ^ per insertion. erty,closing the deal, etc. A folder
Charged at the rate of 12c per reading line for one or two is rtions, 71c per Emailed before yonor call will awaken' A ROYAL. TYPEWRITER ;just over-!
reading line for ,three or more insertions. White spacechre for at s'ame the prospect's interest. hauled, new rib~bon. A No. 1 condi-'
rates. Classifieds charged only to those having phones.As about contracts *This is strictly on a commission tion. $20. Call 2312, 713 El. Univer-
for classified advertising, basis, but if you will faithfully devote Sity.
"Jimmie -the-Ad -Taker"t two hours daily to canvassing, it'
Phone fia) should be very remunerative. A real I TYPEWRITERS of all makes, bought,
I ""-"--- estate license must be secured, cost- sold, rented, exchanged, cleaned and"
FOR RENTCOSMETICSERUCE Iing you $2.00 but we will refund that rpi'd
SMALL SUITE on second floor, 8.0Q ! ~ . with tefrtsaescrdthrough 0. D. MORRILL,
SALSIEoseodloor,$800 l) .]l1rz hefirt alete 1e INickels Arcade
double, '$6.00 single. A large dou- FA"l1 your call. I
FA C 'A1, 1 AI ES JTalk it over with Ralph Sprenger The Typewriter & Stationery Store.!
,ble room on third floor. $7.00 dou- Rlemoiell 'r]1 11j11y Y in our office M~vonday afternoon be-1_________
ble, $5.00 single. Pleasant rooms. I I lr; ys' tee 3 nd..,
912 Monroe. ELECTlRO-CO)SMEj'Tic sxRVICE CHARLESC E. GALLUP CO.
FO RN -Ethrasa uteorsp-Hours: 206-7 National Bank Bldg.11111111111111E[11E1[i
FO RNTEihe a sit o sp-I1 to 224 Nickl's Arcade
arate, two pleasant'front rooms with;4.30 P. M. (2nd Floor) CTDNSWATDt el(eed
fireplace. 520 E. Ann St. j________WNTEtseleped
able nursery stock during spare
A LARGE FRONT ROOM; for men.('l\E time. Commission paid weekly. -
Steamn heat. 'Phone 1194-M. 422 E. WATCIH Martin 1lalcer' willdow. .Ev For terms write or call Edward M.
Washington. c ry dlay sonmctbz;)g tfif~ereint. Willems, 427 Cross Street. PhoneMr. tdn C
r~nPOTAT.. 00\4fn I~vqt- . OS'1[TEOAt'I Ill s'IC I1AS 1236-J. _

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G OOD TYPEWRITERS at moderate
rates. 711 N. University, Room 2,
second floor.j
REMINGTON MODEL 10 typewriter.
Cheap. Win. Goodyear Co.
REAL ESTATE

LOST LOG LOG SLIDE in engineering
Bldg. Finder please call phone 77.
I OLD ELGIN watch, open-face. Wed.- Reward,'
nesday night. Paul Osborn, 80L) E.1
Washington St., phone 1744-J. Re- r rE PAREN'TS of the child who took
ward. the velocipede from in front of
a1ils er's barber shop (N. University)
SHAFRPNbtee aua c Wednesday afternoon, call Mrs.

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR j ence bldg. and Economics Bldg.j
EXCHANGEI Has an "H" on the cap. Phone
One 12-room house, with extra lot, 2019-M.
in good location; will sell on easy. - -
te rms. r. OST--Parker Lady Duofold fountain
Six acres of land, just outside city ipen minus the cap. Call Marion
limits, on good roads. Will sell for Howland, 624. Reward.
$500 down, with easy payments on W RIGHT andl Ditson tennis racket
balane. Icase last Saturday. Please return to
Have several good farms, large and 325 S. Fifth Ave.
small; will exchange for Ann Arbor __________________
city property. FOUTNTAIN PEN.TicTkels rQ do

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Call On
J. W. DWYER
Room 508, First National Bank

postoffice.
Green, 119
JBldg. E71-R.

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Jl~vY1'iL~i.2JJLtJitulum J4L LtJi Auy
dent. Can be paid for by work in
home. Phone 2315-M. 521 Walnut
Street
WELL LOCATEI+D nice warm suite
suitable for 3 or 4 boys at $2.75 each
Phone 2850-W.
LARGE SINGLE ROOM. Quiet place
318 East Jefferson.
FOR SALE'
Same day optical service. Arcade
Jeweler and Optometrist.
TH-REE ' RUNSWICK-BALKE COL-
lIender Pool Tables. Balls, Cues and
Racks. 'Good Condition. Excel len.
Bargain. Phone 1146.
FOR SALE or rent. Good machines at
moderate rates. Room 2,x 711 N.
University, 2nd floor.
FRONT SUITE suitable for two or
three 'boys, or married couple, no
other roomers. Call 1479-W. 520
E. William.
MUSICAL
B3ANJO-UE-Special during October
sale' $6.00. Come in and see it. Uni-
versity Music Douse.
SLI ID1E TROMBONE--A good used In-.
strument In brass $500. Just the
thing to start on. UNIVERSITY
MU'SIC Ho USE.
CELEBRATED C. F. MART IN 'MAN-
dolins, guitars and ukuleles. The
best toned and easiest playing in-
struments macb. 'Sold by Scha-
berle and Son., 110 S. Main St.
WANTED
Young Women to work part time at
,the telephone offce.-Meals at cost"
at the company's cafeteria. Miss
13.+ Edwards, chief operator. Cor.
Washington ,and Main.
UPPER CLASSMAN desires room-°
mate. Large steam heated room,
one block from campus.
Call at 512 E. Liberty. Phone
870-M.
WANTED-Tickets for 0. S. U. game.
Call 1525-M immeiately.
WE CAN GIVE a bright, energetic
*student employment selling insur-
anlce during his spare time. An op--
portunity.
CHARLES E. GALLUP CO.,
206-7, National Bank Bldg.
Phone 808.
SED CRS.
USED CARS-
Studebaker 6, 1918.........$100
Studebaker 4, 1918.........$150
Overland, 1916 .............$100
Ford Sedan 1921...........$300
Studebaker Service
WASHTENAW MOTOR CAR CO.
207 E. Washington.
USED CARS SALE.
From $25 up.
Fords, Dodges, and all makes.
ALBERT M. GRAVES,
119 W. Washington St.
Open Sunday A. M.
FORD SPEEDSTER motor in A-i con-
dto.Price $50. Call BidwellI
1199-R.
CHIROPRACTC
Dorothy B. Lowry
CHIROPRACTOR.
606 Nat. Bank Bldg.
Office Hours: 1-6.I
Phone 401-J.

lDr. Carrie C. Classen
510 First Nat'l Bank ldg. I
Phones: Office 1636; Res. 2451 j
Hours by Appointment
Dr. V'. S.AMlS
Phone 321_-F-i
G1f Fist :Nat'I Bank B ld1g.
Iflours: Y9-12; 13-

AN INSURANCE solicitor. Reply
fstating phone number for appoint-
ment. Care of Michigan Daily, Box.
M. and C.
COLORED PORTER to work for
room, board, and salary. Plione
1525-M.
PORTER to 'work for board; also stu-
dent to care for furnace. Phone
].525-M.

E. NOMA ILB IE (of tho 1Detroit FRHR
Conser atory of Mulsic). Teacher of
violin, piano, harmony. Studio 307! FOR HIRE-Cars and drive yourself.
No. Main 7t. rroleflhlinc 611-M: Phone 1S3-R.

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Nether 'World (Gluck) in French Maria Jeritza
12 inehes-$2.00
: IJ ~6370--Slavonic ;ilamee No {Ii pI LA4yevoma ch efe7.1 'St one . IIae 3 1 a d-ivelsler) Jaseha Heifetz
12 inches--$2.00
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I;It's a Lot Bologny Billy Muirraiy
4,11469-1,Vill Rogers _'oriaintes Henry Ford l i Presileiit'Will Roger :
(l i ~Will Rors Tells Traffjic ('ifefs iHow to Direc t'TrafficIy
10 dinches -$1.00 Will Roger
E:1912-#Silver Thiremis Amon;; thieGld Henry Blurr--Peerless Quortc
IilWWaII You alnd I were Younmg, 1"Iaiges esQat~:
1 9131-Iy Pa1l John Stee
V 1114 a. G'irl tl+, t Men Forget Henry Burn
19l.00--Tiat Jtig BlIh~~atin--Fox Trot Tennesse Ter
I i) Sobbhin' Bi,.aes-hlo Trot r'The l" lenon.0felhestra of Chicago
lf1912 )-Oh Strsi roa---3Iedley .Fo x Trolt
1 1 The Crect White Way Odchiestr.
I SouiIbern M1elodies-Wahlz The Troubadoutr.
New Records Everyv Fridea
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tidl rosh Pots and
Farcel 21 ost Laundry
Overalis and Coveralls.
TWO S1TORES
State Street Main Street

NEW ACADEMY, OF DANCING
HIURO N STR f:ET-*W.EST OF STATE SlIZitN1~v'
Be-ginners' Clis for Ladies and tGentleenm Opens Tuesdlay, Octoaber 9thi
Fu~roll Now.Clas'hi uesda y and Thursday Evenings, 7-8 P. M.
!UI~aiON', $5.00) FOR TE'IRN .OF 12 LESSONS
Private L~essons by Atppolutment

Assemblies

Wednesday, 5-10 p. in.
Friday, 9-1 p. in. -
SAturday, 9-12 p. in. -

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FIRE INSURANCE
It is decidedly to the advantage .of
the individual student to carry his
own fire insurance, whether in a.
rooming house or Fraternity. We
can show you why.
CHARLES E. GALLUP CO.,'
Real Estate, Insurance.
Call 808.
PFOUTA]TINT TPFN'#S

SLATER R, OOK SHOP

PHONE 78S

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~YOUR NAME engraved on fountain
' ens, metal pencils, etc. 25 cents'
each. On all purchases made at 0.1
SD. Morrill's, 17 Nickels Arcade, free
of charge.
FOUNTAIN PENS of nationally ad-
vertised makes cleaned and repair-
Sed. Your name engraved free of

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