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WhenThe Hair Shows signs oL falllng, begin at once the use of Ayer's Hair Vigor. This preparation strengtheiis the scalp, promotes the growth of new hair, restores the natural color to gray and faded hair, and renders it soit, pliant, and glossy. "We have no hesitation in pronouncing Ayer's Har Vigor unequaled for dressing the hair, and we do this after long experience in its use. This preparattoQ preserves tïie hair, cures dandrulï and all diseases oL the scalp, jnakes rough and brtttle liair soit and pliant, and prevents baldness. AVhile it is not a ilyo, those who have used the Vigor say it will stirnul.ite the roots and colorglanrts of faded, gray, light, and red hair, ciiiinglug trie color to A Rich Brown or even black. It will not -soil the pillowcase nor a pocket-handkerchief, and is always agreeal)le. All the clirty, gummy hair preparations should be displaced at once by Ayer's Hair Vigor, and thousands who go around with heads looking like 'the fretful poreupine' should hurry to the uearest drug store and purebase a bottle of the Vigor."- The Sunntj South, Atlanta Ga. "Ayer's Huir Vigor is excellent for the hair. H stimulates the growth, cures baldness, restores the natural color, cleanses the scalp. prevents dandniff, and is a good dressing. Ve know that Ayer's Hair Vigor differs from most hair tonics and similar preparations, it being perfectly harmless." - From í'conomical Ilowsekerping, by Elíza K. Parker. Ayer's Hair Vigor PREPARED BY DR. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Ma3a Sold by Druggists and Perfumera. Mortgage Sale. DEFAULT baving been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage made by Richard Brown and ('atherine Ürown to Thomas Kearney, dated March 5. A. D. 1885, and recordod in tho office of the Retrister of Deeds, for the County f Washtenaw and state of Michigan, on the flfth dayof March. A D. 1885. in Liber 64 of Mortgages, on page 438 on wbich mortsrngp there is claimed to te due at the dateoftbis notice the sura of two thousand oiirhl hundred and ninety-nine dollars and flfty-nine cents, and an attorney's leeof thirty dollars provided for in said mortgage. and no suit or proceed ngs at law having been instituted to recover the moneys eeoured by said mortgage, or any part thereof ; Now. tberefore, by virtue of the power of sale contnined in sald mortsaire, and the statute in smh case made and provided, notice is hercbv given that on Friday, the tenth day of July, Á. D. 1891. at ten o'clock in the forenoon. I shall eell at Public Auction. to the highest bidder, at the north from door of the C'ourt House in the City of Ann Arbor (that being tbe place where the Circuit Court for Washtenaw County is holden), the premises described in said mortgage, or so much thereof as mav bo necessary to pay the amount due on said mortgage, with seven per cent. interest, and all legal costs, together with an attorneys fee ofthirty dollars covenanted for therein. the premises beinjt deseribcd in said mortgage as all that certain lot, piece and parcel of land sitúate in the Township of Webster, in the County of Washtenaw and State of Micuiean and known and described as follows: The easthalf of the north-east qunrter of section, number one in township number one south of ranere number five, cast. THOMAS KEARNEY, Mortgagee. Thos. D. Keakney, Attorney for Mortgagee.