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Students are invited to call and examine the large assortment of Upright Pianos and other instruments for sale or to rent at 28 Boylston St., Read Building, Cambridge.
Frames! frames! frames!! Don't forget this fact that we will save you money and give you perfect satisfaction at Pach's Studio. H. W. Tupper, Manager.
Wanted. A club of students can be accommodated with board; also seats at a general table, at 5 Linden street. Mrs. Mooney.
To Let. Furnished front rooms, in suite or single, all improvements with first-class table board if desired, three minutes walk to the college. 14 Trow bridge St., Cambridge, Mass.
To Let. A suite of rooms for one or two students to let in house corner Holyoke and Mt. Auburn Sts. Sunny exposure. Abply 26 Holyoke St.
Table board and furnished rooms. Students may obtain board at club tables or at a general table. Also one suite of furnished rooms. Sunny location. Terms moderate. Mrs. M. J. Pike, 16 Oxford St.
To let at Felton Hall, room 34, at reduced rate. Bed room and bath room connecting. Apply to janitor.
Rooms to Let. 10 Holyoke St. Two desirable rooms in good order, at reduced prices. Apply on premises or to Bradley & Storer, 113 Devonshire St., Boston.
Furnished room to rent, 100 Mount Auburn St.
TO LET. In the McKay house, 24 Arrow Street, (at junction with Bow St.), a library, parlor and other rooms, en suite or singly. Also a large Music Hall for afternoon or evening entertainments. Board at a family table.
Club Tables. One club of six, also one of ten or twelve gentlemen can be accommodated at Mrs. T. H. Brewer's, Brattle Square.
Students furnishing their rooms from the large and varied stock of new and second-hand Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Pictures and Japanese goods at POWER'S Establishment, 30 Boylston St., have done so at a saving of 10 per cent. from the regular price charged at other stores. He is honest and square in his dealings, which makes him popular among the fellows. Get his prices on Window Cushions and Seats.
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