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TI-1 MITCIIIG N DAILY

PACE SRVtN

TI-W NUCI I lOAN DAILY PAGE SI~V~N

COLUMN LD[LCOLUMN
OE AT 3 P.M4. ADVERTISING AT 3PM

FOR RENT

F'OR RENT
( f I loons for rent. 1 .1.Vol-

'. MISU1,iLANEOTS
PHONE 866
For 'Typewriter Repairing
(All makes)
Dealer in Woodstock typewriters,
S~undstrandl and Portable Adding
machines.
Ann Arbor Typewriter Ex, hange
9 Savings Bank EMk.
IF 20 YEARS of mechanical experi-
ence means anything to you, call
mec at 310-M for typewriter repair-
ing on all mied machines.
A. C. ST1MSON
308 South State Second Floor
Only 't'ypewxriter. Store on State St.

FOR RENT Rooms for rent. One sin-,
gle: 2 double twin beds. 'Natii;see-______and. _____one_____5-___.
on4~~oo. Drmitry livlehe. ' ~1'N{3 iltli.VN L arge front suite suit able
Greenwood. ! 'o nn nd wifa or two upper'
_______ '. a iani. .889+)So. Division.

FOR' RENT .A, , 311 'Il ow1)15011ISL .
3arge#, uits .,Steam heatf. 1lent y of
hots water.

FOR BALL

FOR REN GraduateSltildent or li"ti-
ness Woman. single room 1,block
from~ camnpus. Ilhone 158. Italyh 1'
St ezry.

t lt SLE' I louseliold furniture for
:-ale. AikI 1'85inq~ui ries to box 6
?'.iligu alI Irily.
tFal SALE, Complete dlrawzing outfit

_______________________________ XIvv iti instrumenkts(1. ('all at, 20.1 N. In-
FOR RENT Room, siugi e or dtoulel(. dil'. 044-l~IL.
Very reasonable. 520 ( 'heaver (Counrt.______
Phone 1755-J. _________________
FOR RENT Twvo large fron t ro tss. )T SO~l t Wt d wa tel, D ecember
Also one suite. Steam hetl, private I Ia,1 ~ et ( ' e Cta pus an',[Whitney
lavatry. IDot -and cold w atts.' Bea u - { i A ( t. 1E,. '(i-It.
tiful b.omne near' Camnpus. P r ice:)
reaona~e 83 r1111p ~ 'i ursecont aining kley5, ticket. s
reana~le 17 homso. ,nil knI' fl v 14> nI ('V U: Ii1 7920-VI1*lRl -

t SPECIAL ON VANITIES
For Co-eeds
APPLIED) AR-TS
u2 Nickels Arcade Opp. Scab-Station
RUGS SHIAMPOOED) or dlust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works,
Phone 50.
A loaf of bread
A pound1( of meat
And all the mcustard you''
c;ant eat
at
lKexvpie Hotel Opp. Eng-,. Arch
We lDeliver
Call 799-XI Open 4 P. M. 1 A. 'M.

OneCalls Other RuM Leader
1.1
I }I ". . . .-
Ciaiiles L . lIIurlibut. on the left, f dlerd ry a gent, is respon sible for
71c, latest national sensation. riestify ng in a trial in Jersey City, Mirlbut
-~ vvc re thatit nited States Senator Ed ward 1. Edwards of Newti Jersey is
. ifaei of th:e New Jlersey rumn ring. The only rel~y that Senator Edw~ards,
en the riglit. has to make is 1I willI answer at the proper ti'me."

Miles O able Stretched.
For New.Dtal Phone System

d o:.' Itha i 2i )).(f.G(I*~~ 1 ('a'
'ior: lt'1.enhoiie cr ))Ye l~i xee cn laid
in Ann Arbor FY i '(,z fl: i~~ 1c a IeiI1
T-lopliene cern jIaU, Ii )1>1).zO ation [or'
the onening of the n. xxant ama ic (dil ,
s st em wvhich xwill be ntinto ))0 i S
som etime in the s,)'I ig.
In ordler thatseve may be maiin -
tained while construction w or1lIsrgo
ing on, nine cables, ('011taining 2,400)
wxires" each, have been laid lbe'tee
the old and new exc'ha nge officeci. Ev-,
C:y one of the 'w ires in th.ese ('ales
must be connec'tedI with 1, es in the
main cable:;. both at the old exeha nge,
whiich is now being; use"d, and at, the
new, an oper'ation requiiring 21,660 sep-
arate s'o licings." This work will make
plossibile 'an' instantaneous ciii -over
from the old system to the new auto-
matic one.
.Nearly 15,000,000 c'ondutct or feet of
t he total amount: of cable has been
laidl underground, while about 6,000,-
000 feet has been st ret chled above
ground. The cablecs contain from less
than 1.00 to more than 2,400 'wires
each.. Whenever two ealies are to be
connected, every one of the wires in

i I I H t I I i 1 1t' t IIIktcl c : a 1 ,4,v ,,. .arc
-,,L7 ,I rf3

r' ' n ~iIhe t 'stedl, marked, and
;ic :l. tOtlicials of the telephone comn-
anv (,: nt e that albout 460,000 sep-
z::.. ,I's will ha ve to be spliced he-
S '2 1 . iroject, on hand is completed.
A' ,: it' ''sen I the compnan y employs a full
-' ?122s licers.
Coppe >r wi rc is used. in' all of the
iabllltd~ tie lj4d 'of owitdooi' con-
t uc )Nvwork being (lone is of the
:ost exp~entsive type, company offic-
S th1ird '6nietat'ives positiorl is>§Being
iltit alie- in the University switch-
barin order that the present stand-
ard( o <Ei' j~ mat~y 46e uiptaiped Mhen
the ittoluatic system goes into effect.
CHAMBER oF COMMERCE
PLNS MOTOR Bus DAY
AMo at Bus Day xwill be celelbrated at
a ('lan-per 01' Commerce luncheon
'Tu, s(,,ty noon at the Chamber Inn.
Thlie spteaker wvill be WN. G. Fitzpat-
riek, general claims attorney for the
Peole's Alotorl'Bus company, and
G Presi '['lt Ste(venlson, of the Detroit
United Railways, is also expected to
tek pr(esent. A special program andl
menu has been p~rovidIed for this meet-
in.
Toec city l~ussea,- 14 in number, will,
arrive in the (city in time to open the
regular roates F(A). :1. From 12 to 6
oelocR Sal a rd~iy, .1 an.81, the busses
wvill c(arty.- l <.i e etagers free of charge
lvrte Iuual 1oitcs.
In Fine Arts 117
Anno inc enent has baeen madle that
' ine Arts 117 hex, been changed from a
tii- l' our course to a two hour
com se,' and~ also from Monday, Wed-
itesday, and Fr iday at 2 o'clock to
:t'lest'ay and Tllursday at 11 o'cloc..
l~js coar.,e deals1 with the study of
i1w ('Hstory of Spanish, French, F+lem-
A.Ai, Dittch, Catrman, antd English ren -
aissaincea;.,(inciudin g the nineteenth
ccn I ii v}.r

FOR RtENTf For girls-Very all tractiv e wl
furnished Trooml. Newly decora tedl, - OSiSouth I(ertilwat chli Deember
new dIraperies atndlrug, iix'vSunai- t:;, betsxv c''n (amnputs andI Whitney
molls bed, single. 'i'eleplione l 1-1.,J , ic ; t c',e ts-It
1028 Church St..________

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FOR"-,ThEN T Rooml for two ladies, firs;t
166vi, good heat, twin beds. 1110
- dsec t. hn G-V

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1. s5r Small black leather note book
rc ont a ilin#; exanm asignmentis. Call
1111 5-Ji
1,0),'T 1?lph t Xi lDelta lain on T1appa:n
lw(twxeenr Hill and Lit buildijng. If
found1( call 2548.

Wafifles
jCouiponi Books
LUJNCHI
1117
so. Unli ersity

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]POV11=flNT 1t 15 Packard St. A li r e
sufl. 1-Plot water lice I. Plenty of i
hot v ;ifer. Phone 2124-11.I
FiOR v:,,N\,rItooiiws for uteii St :'auuI
beat. Plenty of hotwater. Also gar'-I
age-.1b'one 1194-M. 422E. 'Watshting-
ton
FOR RV XT'1 A first class front, sui te
in }private home. One othe'r rootmer.I
Vei:-y close to (Campus. 410 TIvontp--f
FOIL- RENT Single room1 l)Ii('( $8
Telzphone 2900-M. 1203 IForest Ave.
FOR. LtENT Large sute ('and room f ot'j
two, both with a vat oty, good l 12.i
anf4 heat. 1021 E. imiro. Phoe
279.
,WA R.''ai orI aleen:id Well ftor-
ni:;Iac l fr'on t spite for' boys. No o1ther
JFI'0113[t'Ni Sin~gd-we llli;hted '0001-
neC"!rYCampus. No (It iier r1owii.('1'ill
liouELS.C.(all 3289-J.

ilo;st A (love design filigree mosaic
pin bet ween IHigh School and 721
ba'rest. Av'e. Liberal reward to fin-
Ic. +'. ,Novy, Phone 52t6-M.
WANTED

WAN'' ii)r1Two dining tab~les anid
cha irs. Phlone Kersten 1 579-J.
W.AN''Vf) Student Bar'ber wanted at(.
U. oft111. l taiet' Shop 1110 S. Uni-I
vy' t'ii .
WA NTiEi) 'SI udent a and others wanted
to org.,anize parties to Europe. Free
h,1)P ofca:;. Optional. Write City i.
P!i 'of~0[fice. Box 218.
V'A Ni'D Qu i et sitite in pr?.vate fami-
iy for iwo mtedical1 sturd en ts. Box
no. ;i t icltiganll aily.
W ;AN ' I I tSu te wanted for a
;ood W.ar111ui soit. 2105-R. 515 Wal-

,-1-I'i FAVORS
We have a large var'iet y andl advise!
conting 'anrl'y oto -dke your 'sibe-
t ioll.
AP~PLIED "ARTS
2 Nickels Arcade
Opp. Sub-Statiool
I atest in Bracelets Nwithlisetts, a<0'11-
ors. Also chokeis to)Mtchi'1 dresse
for the J-Hlop.
PALAIS ROYAL
109 W. Liberty
.Rosalie L. Frenger', Betsy :B arbo~iur..
l{O1AI- FINISHLINGI
7 Nickels Arcade

FORk-:'RENT Futrnishled apart men Isj
for: rent for' th e ceond sent eat- fer,r
;;i$,,IIIsoe i('e 3roomts. I emP readtt,1

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r

xV1 A- ;''i) Pai(,t time',Stenographic
work. 1 ixpet'it ned. ('an give 4 hours
6,c l\T. Write 'Pox 62.

Blirthday..(Caids.
Priemtdship Car'd;.
Place ('ards.
'jPa~ll y Carids.
A,,plied Arts.
2Nickels' Arcade.
BOA RD

Publicatiwn in the Etulletin is constructive notice tv all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to th,6 P-esident until
3:30 p. n. (11:.;0 a. in. Saturday-
eoelttte G SI "'<hA Y, .1ANUTARY t 2:, 192,5 N! iiller 92
To Il xe h'ats :
Ti crc xwilIlibe a'c)iference of the Ileatns Wednesdaty, .1anna t' y28, al
10 :00~ A . :;. in ilhe President's office.. F. .. obinsii .
E.'iix rsity LievIe~t~
Ivfesrlee 'o de flosis, ot' the l~iixeriv f [t out:', will de liver a lee-
t111'coil ''Bc1111)Aluissolini awnd his S pircitua-il An~cestry"' in the NatmrlSO-
-,n(,,e Alldit ot->i at<0,-1:151P..V1l, \ifonday,, .Ianu;; l'v 26. The lecture will e
ilust tatH lvith t )rovig ii('tui'('filims.
ryThe pabihi; 5corrol 111inlvit ed. F1". [K.<llhlitts.
Profeossor Wiilder 1). in crcNh, otf (Corniell I to X'('i'5y, xvill1 spea)k in tlt,
Chomciiist iw Amt h it ii (atirc on 'Monday, Jantiary 26, at11 . 1.M.
X'I'iSt\ , iy and I' ot+, \.> 1I Se;'tion o(Ittie Atnericin ('hiemical fSociet,xwil11'
l':t llic 1 ;te .
'11 coo l d 5of Ohe A ;lni it is Iii cIHoard, ( e'leg-,(-of I 11 iti raae, .11=41U'tu
the}arts:
There vii i0li a mlo'(-I ing cof the Aduurtiairatlve hoard oil \'edue:;daxr.
Iiit~ r 2 atl i:10,in).-t 'lhinge' s Aii'l'.
11w'1w,1oilm n'( on P1'(4f n's Ad x so' ('o m iillec'. ('ollecg'vo & 12'lt i'at *.rei -
Thle ti)C(' l 2 hg c;:tt c't(0tt oite' Atomillay alternoton it ites ba':i jtp;Itiet
t25 wl ,lo1:1'I:'.d us lll,iii C'4L P. M. il 11.e Iat S 0 s off01ic (''xliltg'o
): a( t-ii r t;o f IPtsi he v : lenot othre oa r 'nt ol nAla i
i te 1ci L i':'1 jon ( 'o V* i' lof Il t. r::,,'e of t' e l Y 8'i Vl;) er i.)'c, zt~,.~td .- c t hral'. 1 2i1
!io'g tart in xwili tale -Placed during the secondlxvwek of exetuinetioin
.'rotu 9- 12 and 2-., 'ei, ina rv 2.to IFebrue ry 6, i ltt i.ve al'o on Sal ti1rlay
1:11) lii iii',," lritirt'l 7,ron; 9-1 2. No one, who lies register(ellthelier1t1
Semei(st er' wi ill'oa ilioxx4'lltot)1ha1tillin, elec'tilons onilMonday, Febriuai'y 9. 'pit.
I' ~yis L'ornewxx'sitifl l cnnonly. E.a hstud~ent must present; his, la i eetion.
llegistret ioll Rooms
All Fi'o'-,iixio'i I tooti1 102:) James B. Angell Hall.
All Sophomores- ---locht 10:51.ames 1B. Angell I-all.
Juntir, and S, en i Its IhiE ta 1''5 0fiice, I Ttiveirsit y iII.
Lillian ;A. II ighits, A ssistanmt Rleg'it i'u P.
1:''rjnten lRe'g isir dtin ..
it'egist ret io nforl'u'eshtno'n on Wednesday, Febr'uary 4, from 9-12 .will
(Contitrued on Page Eight)

UNIT FORMULATES PLANSt
FOR R1.O0Tc. PUBLICTO
Plans for issingi the newest stud ul'mt
publication, "Th e I Iichigan Shield,''
took dhefiniite simile late Fridaiy afi eI-
11001 at a mneeting 01 ofthe 'staffl'in 1Ilse
IR. 0. T. C. b~uilIding-. An annual pulb-
lishedl by 1R. 0. T. C. studetits, it wxill
feature the mnilita1ry depatmienit anid
tu1ilitat'y activities oin the campus. A
hiistory of the IUniversity in ilitary;
affairs will be one of' the featutre nii-
ticles this year.
The idea of a camiipus ft. 0. Tl. C. puth-'
11-at ion is not at newx one, lie ving; been it
,at tempt ed with sucess'5at (it heir lar gec
unI ive rsities, but this ye'il's unit ik the7
first; that has bteen large enom b to
make such a project worth-xvhile. A
circulation ofi a bout 50t) conies is ex-
pec'ted. A.1I. Lince, '251F, is mnlagingi
('(itor'. wi th-i'other alpililo fnts to be!
ainounced later.<

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FOR Ult tIf\''tlns 1' Ii .Niiiy
f u nised Ihi '(1 oar tl~ni. I 2
e.i. i. 2 1)c(S far II t Tli l jlt. 55 S. I
lMvsion. i'hlnte 2520-1V.

fWAN']' PI) Compe(tenit imaid we nlts p1)0-
it ion tor .1-1-o11 parties. Call after.
-A a I~±A) 's wont ( f or ladies' gat'-
11; 'a s. . I(t'('ezl' unnecessar'y. We
t>1 , c,o. Atly 807 5. Fourth Ave.
Pisie p 1~i9 A. 'VI.

BOA RD)and Room 1n itprivaite fLuihy
12201 S. lChi. Phone 2878-.1.

FOR ftItN' f (olod1rooms15it 019 S. I v'-
isio n.IPhone 293M
ti . n(-ar ('nipus. Box t:.
FOR '-TtEN'l' P leasant n'ai'iit roam, for
twoq, 2nd flooir, two blocks frcom
Camipus, pric'e reasonaible. 109 N.
Th'yecr. Phone 1223-i'd.

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('1C.\IRS, 'Tait3s-co.Ipipeos, Gilbert
MIi's,, 5(111 drinuks:, ic.e cream1,
'I JOHNSTON BROS.
i-I1 E.VWilliit P1hone

(an-
and

Host makes Ifori rat'(' t or r 1)'saito.
P'hone 2842-Rt.
SIIA1ITL TON IBUSINE SS COLLEC Il

1981

Ot R N'T' Large front rootor I '. ,
$.0 a week for the rootm. 1127
ChuII rchi. 2951-M.
Pol ' JtEN1' Nice eointoi't It 1110 roomi
Only two otherci'rootmers. 7.17 Oakc-
landl. 943-M.
FOR iRENT One snuite a,,d i sit g1'
r'oodn for mzen. Call 1675. 921 Pacjk-
ard.

IS llNSS ANT1S YOT!-But you
muvst tria in. ShorthIantil, Typewriting,j
Bookkeeping. C'lasses st art February
I 9. '
HIAM~ILITON 131I'SIN ESS COL1LEG~E
Sl~le '11131Iviiffayn S.
i-I 101' FAVORS
t'2ve wtiring for- your house patty.
AIIN(OL~I) SrP'lTE STl. JEWELER.
NOTICE= At The Ann Arbor Wvayside
lin, Sltdents will finod the maost
comfor~ttab~le hostelry for visitings
friends. Rhone 2520-W.M

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FORt RENT Large room otltfirhst floor
suitable for three or four boys.
steam heat, single desfks, 8-4 Shn-.
mor s beds, dormitory eatd slroxveu
baths. Piie' reasonable. B 'one 2SGii-
111. (r call 523 Packarol.
h tIt i 1-N! sniteo'(f rooims=. *;, alIso;
inleotr 1101.1011 rom, oclose' to ('am-
puls. =127 'bho~pttonG btettw'ee'(n Wil-
Hi~t nd 1effelso")
FOR ItPNT singlec roomt, amit, Ilight,
and des('ira11ble. 5,14;i Wai11tnt. 244:? -\V.
FOlt RENT iDesirabile .;ht ide1011111
near Cain ~tms itllIpriv'at e faitily. Tel.
2G15-1t.
P01t :ItENI I L tge Ito tt roomtliint pii-
l'a.t c t atiily. 01a iat' 7 ;1'. .136-1i
Geojdes Ave.
"' tI-l:ENT'I'To twxo girtis or 11(11 lie;'
,ol d att E Itt yr large xxeoli '1'ut islieo
W)""I ;7i hi i luiic o.922 So.
SI a; e. :Phonxe 1850).
FOR rt ltl-'N' T teno hu I Ic roo-mo. ver'v
warm1 and comfortable. Reason able
rate. 511 Cheever Ct. Phone, 516-R.

A vicious ink tMay worki for a shortj
tine. It wvill wior'k only for a shoi't
iiie tcogsthe delicate tiechan-
i.01 ttelpen and cannot, be ie--
noived bty ally ordinary mean,:;. It is
o'h etai callyv ant agonmti st ic to) a good
inik xwhich will wvork andl renders
Ith' good inlk colorless.
C'otnsut lidet's Pen Shop, where you
xx'ill alIways fitnd a. fresh supply of
C' best go lvet'tlelt- standard11 'tsI
xxiitiv gfluid.
It: is I U'' only satisfactory ink for' the;
foutit:'in lien.
PEN tiAD INK SP~ECIALISTS.

''''EV i'l''E115 IIREN'TED
t,. C. St.I, R~eminigt on, l'tt der Xl'h,
Royal, etc., 3 momths $7.50 up. lIni-
Stial payment or rent applied on the
purchodase otf arty typew riter.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arc'ade
The Stationery & 'T'ypewriter Store
I'N P hromptly and 1 t y1101do'(iby (ex-
pertieniced Ioper'ator's it 1:1 o'vto'li 1
rat es.
17 Nickels' Arcade,
pTe State Street Typewriter and11
Stationery Store.
Open Evenings.
'IYPIVRIIIT RR 1IAIRING it; A1it
Arbor. Seventeen ye'ars sat isfactot'y
ser'vic~e, backed by clean l'('Iftat ioul
andl square dealing htas blt.Itourl
buusiness.
0. 1). 11) 1i J1L L,,
1 ~ 17 Nickels' 'Arcade,
tii.Sialte Stree(t 'ilexx'l'i 1?'' 3110
Stat ionecry Store.
! ~ Open IEvenhntgs.
BEAUTY SIIOPPES
fPermanent Waving andl Marcu.ltirtg
MACK A.ND CO.
3rd Floor IwaIn St.
T]IRE1,EPERTE I'MAIICELLEllS
Phone 2939 for appointment.
DIMMIVATTIA BEAUTY1 SIIOPPE?
t~tntoRtrop--Alivo Cuhin°'

F-OU'NTIAIN'ENS
''VIAyour i' endls wxhtat; a wonderful
het: your0111' At tstepn is. 'YOU havej
been ioitg it. Thank you.,
Itl i)ER'S PEN Simil'
:'02 State St.
StV.,thatllng wait while havingI
your liten so'nit xway tot' repairs.
xic repla ir it the same Aday it is browt-
gillittit ndini~sure that it will ho' ad-
justei to) your hared when yout call
RID!ER'S PEN SHOP
PEFN IVAKEI S1

otale :p14 ,AO e ,~zII

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Scnt ,a.& anan Pttto
MI
pac I ::
ni11i ScantnD.&mp. ndPitstn .I
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____________per__to___$14.95 a1
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mm Coke
II 1:11
Genuie No 3 Pcahotas leU
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Our moderate prices make it possible
for all t0 have FRESh I I 0M l
GRLOWN FLOWERS.
ANN ARBOR FL.ORLAL CO.
122 E. liberty. I 'hone 16"1t0

Films b the Handful
That's the wiiy finishing orders come in to us, by the
sinlel roll and Ly th- handful. But the amount of work we
do makes no difference, for eveiy order is handled carefully
by our experts.

Velox Prints
The Velox print-, we make
are good prints.
Every one is handled to
b-ri ng out every bit of quali-
ty that there is in the nega-
tive.
You'll like * our work and
our prices.

The dependable film in the
ycllow box is the film that
gets the picture i it's pois-f
sible.
Yo'u'll always find a fresh
stock at our Kodak counter.

Kodak Film

i~ni - iINf'TwoVx cry atrace tIroop
suiesil n isi'd fori' ebb " Sttid:lE'ts
or ]fight housekeeping. Everything
furnished. 200 N. Mate:
F{)it ltl-KN'i' Front st a xi ro ait
l;<iif cd, conotvineitt to (C';ifl~ plS ano
l~o;, itul5. TNo Oilier students,' in k
house. Phone 2898-M. 402 S. Obser--
vatdrry St.<
FOR 1'It EXTr Suite, comnvxentient and
pleasant. Honme meals if desired.
1 "it. r qsn atle.1103'aiE.PWashing -

SHOES

\\Tuelrt h heatrte Aie lde. See thne Style
for Yourself.

POSIT[IONS.
Secretarial, .accountinig, Conmmercial-
and'oi'atbitlg. Positions await yoit.
NowxvToem Oegins February 9th.
11AM! tI '[0N IBUSIN ESS f"O L12E

ReaO the Want

Ads

Calk ins-Fletcher Drug co.
Three Dependable Stores
3 ,4t South Stale
('orter Sout h anu Eat lUniverisity'
C'ornier State anud Packarud

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