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January 10, 1924 - Image 7

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

LASSIFIECOLUMN
ADVER'TISING AT 3 P.M.

DAILY CLASSIFIED RATES
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.
Charged at the rate of 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, Ilie per
reading line for three or more insertions. White space charged for at same
rates. Classifieds charged only to those having phones. Ask about c-'utracts
for classified advertising.
Classified Cooluinn Closes ait'h1o'Clock Noon, Saturday.
-s , e- .d.Taker"

,Ube ~Lahternshop
IS NOW open and serving Waffles and
lunches from .7:30 a. mn. to 7:30 p.
mn. at 703 E. University. Phone 3093-
M.
WANTEI'
"TYP-ING. Accurate work on manu-
scripts, letters etc. Would. take
dictation. Call 2189-Wt. after 5:30.
POSITLOON: as experienced book-
keeper'. Call evenings, phone 3331-1
=M.
STUDENT to work f'or meal& eitherf
(Saturday only .or Saturday and
Sunday for rest of school year.

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CO RNWELL COAL

Kentucky Egg and Lump

West Va. Egg and Lump

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Pocahontas and Coke
I: DEI)IATE IDELIVERY

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COMMON AND FACE BRICK
CO RN WELL.COAL

TELEPH ONE
MANAGER
Will Help Solve Tour

LOST
SILVER RING with Chinese inscrip-
tion. Finder please call 1961-W.r
ONE DIAMOND AND PLATINUM
filigree ring with square set dia-
mond in center and 19 small ones
surrounding. Reward. Call' Miss
Davidson, 1600-W.
SMALL BLACK Waterman pen in or
near library. Call 1070-J, Margaret
Hardy.
TYPE WRITER REPA IP-IN6
ALL MARES. Agency Wood stock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstranxd add-
ing miachne, Line-a-Time dopy

MISCELLAiNEOTJS
T1ypeiriug arnd MIMeogralplinzg
promptly and neatly done.
Theses, student notes and college
work a specialty for fifteen years
0. 1). )ORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcaude
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.
MUSICAL
KEEP PHYSICALLY fit by the daily
-use of Walter Camp's Daily Dozenl
on Records. Complete outfits sold
by Schaeberle & Son.
WHY be without a flat b~ack mandolin
when we sell them for $13.50 on

PHONES 8i1F1 and 2207
Office -=- Cornwell Block

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holders, rubber stamps, riboons, the easy payment plan. University
cushion keys, type cleanerg and sup-f Music House.
plies. Machines rented TENOR BANJO and case. Cannot be
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER told froW new,a rare; bargain, sold
EXCHNGE.Phon 886 dowtown on easy payments, price $30. lUni-
FOR RIZE T versity Music D:ouse.
ONE LARGE single room in girls' FOR~ HIDE
league house. Price $5 per, week. TX{ datg fteppywa
Box B, care Daily. ( AKEadvntae o th pepy e.

Call Jim 679-M after .8: 00 p. m ____________________"____________________
THESES to type. Phone 3431-.
TWO WOMEN students desire one or ;180011l011081IIil81D11010E110I{0#ii{1lil#16Ii11i{1
or two rooms in private home for
next semester. Call Miss Hicks, ,
jBY VIOLINIST and. accompanist with .iJ I 1
K 0 d t1long experience. Play all classes
Sjof music. Box A. B. C. Michigan -
E Daily.__ --Frs
A J-HiOP. tcket by a Junior. Phone -
I2096-J. evenings. tk f4
A _GARAGE to rent near 925 E. Ann. rJ. F LJII
r Phone 1178-J:.
A EUROPEAN history tutor. Call whtebak ro ndhegve.Iu
3003Itnono= p U printing and developing service:
POSITION by violinist and accompan-
t.With long experience. Play all wilbea adtoyu
classes of music. Address box A. w i l b !.a d t y u .C.c r aiy .
APT literary typist, odd hours will 1._-
do or quick special work. Call ;5
!1233 Washtenaw, Phone 1097-R. . 'I
HL.ApyGysone Dining room a
1030 Z..University'or call 991-R. ~( ________
LOCRiS)IT11 - ;
ALL kinds of trunk and door keys. #1{-010{10i01{01010l~ll{3{11#8101#1#{010011{0#{{1111
rFitting keys and openning locks a
specialty. Dell keeler, 1136 W.
Hiuron. Phone 2498.
E ~FOUINTAINk Pf r.! PNS

Problems

The" Telephone Manager.
holds. his position because
he is expert in every branch

of the telephone

busines

GARAGE, $6.00 at 511 Cheever St.,
Phone 516-J.
-4 UNFURNISHED roomus,.226 12th st.
FOR SALE
TUXEDO, the very latest model. If
you are looking for a tux here is
a good buy. Call 1505.
BARGAIN one "C" tenor Saxaphone,
$65 cash. Silver plated, gold bell,
pearl keys. S. D. Clayton, 832 E.
University.
-FULL blood-ed Airdale logs, Fred
* Kleimschmidt, Saline. Phone 197
Ring 2-2.-
IRISH Wolf hound. Cheap. Phone
1328.
COMPLETE 'full dress outfit withi
shirt, collar, ties, studs, and whlite
vest.- Very reasonable. Call 1809).
REMINGTON Portable typewriter.
Call Black 1809..
THOROUGH-BRED Airdale 'pups,,
nine monthis old. Small Victorol'
with 50 records. 332 E. Madison.
THOROUGH-BRED Airdale. --Ten
months old. Exceptionally bright.
Phone 1147-R or 1253-R.
COSMETIC SERVICE

1069-J. for a car.
j TYPE'WRITERS
of all makes

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He passed through years of
experience before he became'
He is therefore, able to un-#
dersta nd and help solve any,
telephone. problem you may
have. In his organization are
men and women who are at

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Sold, rented cleaned
exchanged and repaired.
0. D. MORRRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
Typewriter R Stationery Store.

The

.... CLEANING4 and P~RESSING ..
SPECIAL
FOR
ONE WEEK
SUITS
CLEANED AND 'PRESSED
$1.t00
HORACE CLAVEAU1
1221 'S. University, Phone 8854.
TYPE WRI1TING
Your" these and notes' wilt be
promptly 'and neatly1
TYPEWRITT.EN
att
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,t y
over "M" Lunch,
322 South State Street.'
TCAILOR
Ladies and Gents Clothes
CLE-ANJED--PRESSED--REPAIRED
HER~MAN THE TAILOR
802 S. State. Phone 3341-M.
CUSTOM MD suit-Aiterations Re-I
nairng.Albert Gansle, 'tailor, 115,
"f ain (uputairs).

jFountain Pens and Pencil incur-1
ance. Have your namue embossed on
them. Price 25 cents.
I 4)0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade1
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.
CLEARANCE SALE'
JEversharp and broken lines of mech-
anical pencils also Gift Sets of1
Fourntain Pens and Pencils one-half
off.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.
Chemiceal Collo01,46,m Will :fleet Today
The Chemical Colloquium will hold
fits regular meeting at 4 o'clock today
in room 300 of the Chemistry. building.
yThis meeting will mark the second
anniversary, of the Colloqium, which
is composed of faculty members 'and'
gi aduate students.

lt "P
one ever <
I rN gets tired of
t ~elachrinos --
their. unfailing,
4, quality is a con,
stant satisfaction.
ORIGINAL
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your service.

Consult them freely.

Take,

your telephone problems to
them.
They will be glad to be of
service to you.

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FACIAL HAIRS
Removed Permanently by
ELECTROLYSIS
ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
Hours:
1 to 224 Ni(kel's Areac
4:30 P. M. (2nd F'loor)

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ClassiaIeds.-M~v..
Patronize The Daily advertisers.
8iShorthand, Typewriting, Book-
keeping, Accounting, SecretarialI
I Training
NEW T1ERM1-JAN. 14T1
Hamilton Business College
State and William
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MICHIGAN

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GARRIChMa 0 to $x250
AflllfhlMat.Today50o to $150
Set. Mat. Soo, to $2.00
LaSt Word in Laughs. Famous Comedy
Stars
LOUIS MANN & SIDNEY GEO.
In Aaron Hoffman's Farce
"WGIVE AND TAKE"
Original N. Y. Cast

TELEPHONE COMP.ANY

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We Deliver Remington
Portable Typewriters
STACY R. BLACK
604 r. Madisoo st. Phone 1809

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Cigarette Sold the

World

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SEMI-ANNUAL

Clearance

Sale!.

Suits, overcoats, Tfop Coats,
HatCaps, Bath Robes, at

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25%

Reduction

The

University

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Band

Brushed Wool

Mufflers and Sweaters at
331/3% Reduction

Rex and Allan Stanchteld Ion "What They Ain't, Isn"'
Tang, Tavares and Wagner, with Popular N umbers.
Arnold Berndt, Cornet Soloist
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Heavy tinion Suits,

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Flannel shirts, Sweaters.,

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atU 0 p~m

Lined Gloves,

All Collar Attached Shirts

Tickets .may be obtained-at

WAHRS (BOTH STORES)GODERRUSTE

GOODYEAR DRUG STORE

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