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SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

AT3 OWADVERTISING.D A3
FOR SALE iNOTICE
FORD TOURING, good tires, patent SEDfrte oy f"dctoa
motor, steal winder, good lights. Columnsn'" of Church Doctrines. It.}

ENGLISH COTTAGE
$7,000
This newv ]tonne is about ready for
occuplancy. The first floor consl3ts of
entrance huall, living roomt with' fire.
w)ace, ditlning room an(!I kitchen.,
Upstairs there are. two large, bed
romas, jarge closets and a coniplet .
bathroomi.
Oak floors throughout, mnahogany
andi eitnel ili.
llet its show you this desirable
! 1 11. ISSE LTN iwithi

' Call 2034R, 710 Haven. Sell for cash
only,
D)ODGE ROADSTER
Good condition, 5 tires, and a lot. of
r extra equipment
$100. Cash balance easy I
STAR. TOURINGi
Very low mileage-car runs like ncw.
Fine tires.
$90 Cash-balance easy.
' ~FORS) TOURING
In real good condition including tires.
$75 cash-balance easy.
DIODGE TOURING
Late model in good running order.
125 cash-balance easy.
' R. H. Alber
205 W. Huron St.

S. Kellerman, Hop Bottoni, Pa.
Compacts, watches and pictures
frames of the most exquisite jewelry
selections. These are especially
priced for the spring season.
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BE~AUTY SIIOPPES
Permanent Waving and Marcelling
MACK, AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.
BLUE BIRD HAIR ShO1RP
5 NICKEL'S ARCADE-3168
DIMATTIA BEAUTY SHOP offers
soft water shampoos, especial at-
tention for curly hair. Hair cut-
ting and waving by expert opera-
tors. Phone 2939.
COOK WANTED-For summer camp.
Write 407 E West St., Royal Oak,
Michigan.
jWANTED-Immediately, single .'oomi
in quiet home. Rosenthal 3007 1.
\VANT1ED-Experienced moan or" wo-'
man for soda. fountain work. Sand
L ake Resort. Putnam, Michigan.

AVNTED
W rANTlE DGraduat~e Stud(ent s for
permianent positions andl men for 'I
summer work. Call Mr. Clanihers ;'
after 7:00 o'clock P. Al. on Monday.,
Tuesday and Wednesday. 205G.fi
IRVINGWARMOITSO -I
GRALUIJATh AND RFItGISTFRIFD ,
Chiropodist Orthopedist
707 N. UjnversityiAve. Phone2652 14
Price ?1
Lerin jiWff r f-l Sour h

2nd Big Week
Starting
TOM ORR11OW
(Monday, Apr 27)

BONSTELLE -'w o$13
PL~AYHO~US E MATINEESr
Thurs. and tSat.
W0e and 7 c

Woodward at Eliot-Glen. .97191. Downtown Ticket fiffice at GrInneil's

F AST TIME TONIGHT-"HIGH STAKES"~

C. Lauis

Andrew&,
REAL.TOR

In the 11ilarious Conmedy
By LVN N STARLING
W~ith h1iss 130nstefle 1Playing the M11ary Boland Role
"T.ake the wife to Meet the Wife.' AlIso take along a grouch if
you have to. It will be guffawed away before the show is over."-
N. Y. Sun-Globe.
"Well stocked with wit, satire, humor anid amusing situations."
"A rollicking farce. We joined the rest of the first night audience
in gusts of immoderate laughter."-Alexander Woolcott, N. Y. Herald.

State Street Jeweler 512'First National Bank Bldg.
Tel 3064 Evenings 2811.-W
Our moderate prices. make it possible 1 __________________
for all to have FRESH HOMEI
GROWN FLOWERS. - NOTICE
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO. HAVE just received a shipment of
122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630 silk envelope combinations-just
MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDY the thing for warm weather. EX-
Fresh every Friday. Tice's, 119. E.' quisite Corset Shop, 109 W. Liberty.
Liberty.
Wheary Wardrobe trunks best
Rheads Household Packing Co. # trunks made at popular prices at
Moving-Packing-Stnrage i KOCH AND HENNE
Call us for long distance moving.
Loads insured. I ship to all points. TYPING of all kinds promptly and,
525 Detroit St., Phone 1154 accurately done. 12c a page. Call
54 8-R.
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FOR SALE-$11 0.00 Holton trombone
and case for $85.00. H-as been
used slightly for a year. 1008 Corn-
well Place or call 35953.
FOR SALE-New McCray refrigera-
tor, 200 lb. ice capacity. Suitable
for club, sorority, or fraternity.
Phone 251. I1. W. Schenk, Chelsea,
Michigan.
Used Buescher'- Trumpet. Silver
with gold trim. Case like new. $40.
C'onn Music Shopo
14 Nickels Arcade
PETER P:AN Phonograph, $20.00.'
Folds to the size of a kodak. Ex-
cellent tone. University House.
GENUINE Victor Portable phono-
graph $35.00. Take it any place-
music any time-anywhere! Uni-
versity Music House.
FOR RENT4
FOR RENT-Large new suite forj
men. Phone 1194M, 422 E. Washing-
ton.
FOR RENT-House suitable for small
sorority, frat, or club on East
I-uron, 2 blocks from campus.I
Phone 1178M.
TEN ROOM house near campus seven
bed rooms. In perfect condition.
For appointment call 1541M.
FOR RENT-Polly Little Tpea Shoppe
(luring summer months. Inquire
225 S. Thayer. Phone 951W.

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price y~ou put on it.
If you're a $5,000 miianl,
41on't be satistied with
$10,(00 insurance.

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Cheese
Chicken
Hamburg
Sandwiches.
Kewpee
We deliver

2p ~ TYPEWAITING
chines.6
Ann Arbor Typewriter Exchange
1 9 Savings Baunk Building.

SHRUBS

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GtM rout of your Clothing thru
White Swan Launde.Iring
We'll prove to you that your clothcs will,
actually wear longer when laundered by
White Swan. Other methods cannot possibly
compete with modern methods and mod wrn
machinery used in our plant.

We are prepared. to
standard varieties of
Shrubs such as

suipply all
FloweringI

WMW

American

Cigar Store

514 East William St.

Cigarettes

Cigars

Tobacco

Dunhill Pipes

For sythiia
Tartarian Honeysuckle
Hyderangia
Snowberry
Spirea of several varieties
Barkberry Thumbergi
Weigelia
Syringa
Butterfly Bush
Flowering. Almond.
Althea
Dentzia
Golden Elder

Gilbert Chocolates

Ice Cream

You Should See Our

A Newly
Discovered
Quality-
It's Cool
At Jo~ln's piace, as everyone,
is finding out1now. Special
mieals at special prices.
Good Eats
Cafeteria
6'09 East Williami

right. Guaranteed to please you
respect. Send us yours next time.

in every

a bctter appearance. They
soft and clean. No wrinkles.

Not only that, but they'll always present

are laundered
Starched just

BILLIARD

TABLES

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TAILORS
A TAILOR-MADE SUIT
Will satisfy your taste, and fit
you best.
W1IID ) THE TrAILORt
113 South Main St.-
HIERMAN THEt' TAILOR
SU ITS
$w25-$3 0- $;5
802 South State Street
LOST
LOST-~Tuesda y night in Arcade
Theater, two Skin Stone Martin
chokes. Finder please call 1555-M
Reward.
LOST-Green sweater on Washing-
ton. Finder please call 726M. Re-
ward.
LOST-Ring of four keys on the cam-
pus. Reward. Phone 465.
SHREWD -buyers of used cars
..,look around .. .. compare
carefully . . .. consider the cost,
terms, seller's reputation. . .
and head for the used car mar-
ktet in the rear of the Haunted
Tavern, 417 East Huron street.1
....WHERE good used cars
are prict~d from $50 up.... and
the terms easy .. .. the cars good
. and the fellows who sell

DeLANO SHOP
..Children's Wear
4 NICKELS ARCADE

ROSES
Climbing soils in all
eluding:
Dir. Vant Fleet
American Pillar

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Wh Iite Swan, Laun''dry
Ann Arbor's Leading Cleaners 1

'Phone 165

A few dozen smart hats for girls, selling
ing prices of $2.25 to $4.50. Ages 6 to 16

We have
age of seven.
suits.

cool B. V. D.'s for boys and
Play togs for the sand pile.

at the interest-
years-
girls below the
Coveralls and

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Tanusendsebon
Paul's Sca rlet
Tea Roses and

Hybred Teas in

many varieties.
VINES
Boston Ivy
Dutchmian's Pipe
Hall's jHoneysuckle

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FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
19'1.105 S.MAIN ST.--ANN ARBOR, MICH.--330 S. STATE

YOU R GOO 0D WILL
Our used cars are sold
with full knowledge and
appreciation of the fact
that the customer's good
will is at stake.
Consequently our prices
are reasonable and our
cars are right.
205 WES~T Hur-tCN ST.
PHaNE 1101
12aDsE BWThERS DEAL~ERS SELL SWO~ USSR LAR.5

Clematis in varieties
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LAWN GRASS
We have in ,stock a full supply of
the finer grasses and make mixtures
to suit your needs.
Special Shady Spot grasses and
fertilizers of all sorts for lawns.
JIARRIS SEED STORE

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HERE'S THREE SIMPLE RULES TO FOLLOW
IN SELECTING' YOUR BANK. SELECT, FIRST:
A BANK WITH PROVEN STABILITY, PER-
MANENT AND ASSURED FUTURE. SECOND:
SELECT AN ABLY MANAGED BANK. THIRD:'
SELECT A BANK WITH A GOOD STANDING
IN THE COMMUNITY.

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'em easy to get along with.
in . . .. we'll show you.

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1921 Ford Coupe

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192 1 Ford Coupe
1921 Ford C oupe

. $160.00
*$165.00
.$125.00

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1922 Overland Touring
1922 Overland Touring

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1924 ]Ford Runabout .. .

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