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WEDNESDAY, \OVEMBER 14, 1929

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TIS RIS
OILUIYU CLUMN
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three or more insertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion.
Charged at the rate of 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, 11c per
reading line for three mr more insertions. White space charged for at same
rates. Classifieds charged only to those having phones. Ask about contracts
for classified advertising.
Classified Colunfl Closes at I o'Clock Noon, Saturday.
"Sjnmie-the-Ad Taker"

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FOR RENT

SIX ROOM house. Modern. Call
2365-R.
STEAM HEATED ROOMS, convenient
to campus. Prices ranging from
$3.50 to $4.00 or 614 Monroe.
LARGE ROOM for 2 or will rent
single. Very reasonable. 425 S.
Division St.
SIX ROOM modern house, convenient
to Campus. Tel. 3015.
ROOM NEAR CAMPUS 916 Monroe,
downstairs, front room. Phone
990-J.
" LO(,KS ITH
ALL KINDS of trunks and door keys,
locks repaired. Ieeler 1136 W. Hu-
ron. Phone 2498.
IISCELLANEOUS
DRESSMAKING AND.TAILORING
Exclusive collegiate styles for
young . women. Needlework of all
kinds. Experienced workmanship.
MRS. R. T. HEAM
411 Thompson. Phone 2763-W.
TYPEWRITING & MIMEOGRAPHING
promptly and neatly done.
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
322 South State St.,
over "M" Lunch. Phone 993-MI

BROWN LEATHER handbag at Mar-
ine game. Finder please phone D.
Bacon at 885-M. Reward.
WALTJJAM WATCH and chain. Mark-j
ed M. C. B. Reward. Finder call
1680-R.
PEARL BEADS on Ferry Field Satur-
day. Finder Phone 2813-M. Re-
ward.
ON JEFFERSON AVE. one block
from Michigan Union, 18 inch black
leather traveling bag, containing
pair field glasses, pair MilitaryJ
brushes, new Stanley Ferrostat and
other articles. Return to Daily of-
fice. Reward.
MUSICAL
E. NORMAN BILBIE (of the Detroit
Conservatory of Music). Teacher of
violin, piano, harmony. Studio 307'
No. Main St. Telephone 611-M.
OF NEXT importance to your instru-
inent are the strings you use. Dur-
able strings, pure in tone a special-
ty with us.
SCHAEBERLE & SON,
Music House
MANDOLINS and BANJOS-Standardt
makes, good value. Come in and
try them. Schaeherle & Son, Music
House. 110 S. Main St.
THE MICHIGAN SIRENS present
Joe Sweeny and his five piece corn-
hinatin Call Tustison, 1767-J. I
REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE-EAST SIDE

GOING TO WISCONSIN in Hudson Grecian King to Take Vacation
coach. Can take four people. Phone Athens, Nov. 13.-It is understood
704 or 264-. Mr. Watcrman. King George is to comply with terms
of the military faction and leave
F)UNtAIN 1ENS Greece for a royal vacation pending a
We are the authorize Wahl and clearing up of the general situation.
Everha r SeviceStaion. andHe probably will be gone two months.
I'Mrsharp Service, Station.
Call and see the new Wahl "Signa-
ture" Pens. Two sizes, $5.6 and ,.Il 1 ltlmtIltlittliikIflmtl IIINIItiz
$7.00. They are the finest self-filling
pens we have seen.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP.
302 S. State St. - F
FOUNTAIN PEN lINK E
Why risk having your pen spoiled
with vicious ink. Fill at our free=V a s
tilling station and be convinced that
our special formula Diamond Writing
Fluid is the best ink for your pen. = Ind er w ear
We sell i\ at standard prices.
RIDERS PEN SHOP ---
FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING
L -- For these
You want your Fountain Pens prop-
erly repaired. Why take them to an
undertaker? Experienced workman- chilly days-
ship to be had only at Rider's Pen
Shop. It coRE; no more. C .
24 Hour Penmiaer's Service. Sw iss Ribbed
Remember the place, 302 &. State
St. Authorized Wahl and Eversharp +i
service. . Silk and Wool
WANTEDSl n
GARAGE in vicinity of Washtenaw = W ool-all st-les
and University. Call Miss Styer, :.
2570."".
TICKET for the Minnesota game.
Phone 2763-W.
MOTOR TO MADISON. Will take 2 toLU O
party of 6 in sedan. Phone 25.__
A MAN to tend furnace. Room given
free in payment. Phone 30R .
TYI'EWRITER REPAIR iNO
'ALL MAJES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons, Cg
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup- GlothingStore
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 86, downtown DOWNTOWN
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Patronize The Daily Advertisers.
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College Grocery
516 East William
Open Sundays and Evenings for
Your Convenience
What you want, when you want it, at a
price you will be pleased to pay
COLL EGE GROCERY
C h r s t a s Wl S o e e e I

Do Your Christmas

bJade green bowl and 3 Narcissus
blubs, 50c.
Larger bowl and 5 fine Narcissus
bulbs, 75c.
We pack carefully and ship any-
where. Come and see our Christmas
bowls."
HARRIS SEED STORE,
Washington St., Cor. 5th.
FANCY DRESS MAKING and gowns.
Mrs. Id. Emmert, 914 Dewey Ave.
,Phone 2119-M.
MRS. DELIA T. DAVIS, Tutor in
French, 818 Forest Ave.
TO MADISON and Return by auto,
$14.00 Round Trip. Phone 3272-J.
FOR SALE

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HUPMOBILE
dition-new
1841-J. 514

32-Good running con-
tires. $100.00 cash.
Lawrence.f

HEAVY SHEEPSKIN COAT, size
forty, is in good condition. E. Hed-
rich, 534 Hill. 2417-M.
A CAR to drive to Wisconsin. Five
passenger, six cylinder touring. Call
after 6:00 P. M. at 1212 Wells St.
FOR HIRE
TO MADISON--Closed car f'eaves
Friday morning. Reasonable rates.
Phone reservations early. Brenner,
46.
LOSTS
BETWEEN School of Music and Tap-
pan St., small gold watch with gold
bracelet engraved on back Margaret
-Berlin,.1922. Reward. Phone 570
or call 829 Tappan.
A GOLD Eversharp Fountain Pen.
Finder -lease call 2166-W. Liberal
Reward.
LOST Sat. night near Unitarian
church purple silk umbrella. Re-
ward. Phone 3011-R.
GLASSES IN CASE containing sec-
recary's receipt. Call 1901- .
A BROWN OVERCOAT with "pot" in
pocket, in Room 207 N. S. Bldg,
Call 1114-M. Reward.

6 Room Colonial-$9,500
FIRST FLOOR-Entrance hall, coat
closet, living room (with fireplace)
dining room; finish is grey; oak
floors.
SECOND FLOOR-Three bedroms,
built-in-bath, linen, closet, clothes
chute; finish is mahogany and white
enamel; oak floors.
BASEMENT-Hot air heat, coal bin
(with steel chute), laundry tubs,
fruit and vegetable cellar.
5 Room Bungalow-Granger Ave
FIRST FLOOR-Entrance hall, coax
closet, large c mbination lvin
room and dining room, large kitch.-
en, two bedrooms and built-in bath,
oak floors..
BASEMENT-Hot air heat, coal bin,
vegetable cellar, two laundry tubs,
electric soft water lift.
LOT is 50x132; double garage; pos-
session at once.
Call Mr. Newton with
CHAS. L. BROOKS,
215 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phone 315. Evenings 2064-j
SIX ROOM SEMI-BUNGALOW, hot
air heat-large lot-full basement--
SHADE TREE-Close in-Splendid
condition. Estate will close for
$5,000. Terms if desired.
GORTON REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
Rm. 3 Wuerth Arcade. Phone 2438
TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITERS
of all makes
Bought, Sold, Rented Exchanged.
Cleaned an'd Repaired.
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
322 South State Street,
over "M" Lunch. Phone 993-M
WE DELIVER Remington Portables
or other used typewriters, any place
at any time. Stacy R. Black, 604 E.
Madison, 1809.
NOTICE
TO THE Michigan-Wisconsin game
Round Trip for $10 via Speedwagon.
Goodell Bros. 813 E. Ann St.
Phone 2877-W.

Shopping Early

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AN 8 BY 5 leather note book, taken
from Chubb's Thursday noon. Con-
tains notes for economics 6 ond four
other courses. Please call Oesterle,
265-M.

Armstrong

Table Stoves

Ziefle & Nissle
4 doors South of Liberty Street-On MAIN
The Shoe Shop-where they have the classy up-to-date styles
always, in Young Men's and Young Women's
OXFORDS and PUMPS
Come Down Town-Save a Dollar or T'vo

Electric Hot Plates
Electric Toasters
Electric Heaters
Electric Irons
Electric Waffle Irons
Electric Curling Irons

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Electric

Lamps

Elcctrical Goods of all kinds
Eureka Vacuum Cleaners

Douglas
Shoes
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Men's
Evening
Dress Oxfords
Patent or

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PRICES RIGHT SERVICE PROMPT

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