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AN ACCIDENT. Jffr. Quintus Hummel, of 118 Michigan Are., Detroit, tells a War Story of his own Experience, and the Resul t (From Detroit News.) Our representativo called at 118 Michigan Avenue, the residence of Mr. Quintus Hummel. Mr. Hummel is a veteran of the late war, and recei ved, in the campaign, an in jury which has given Mm inuch pain and suffering siuce. He belonged to a Michigan cavalry regiment and bis horse becoming frightened one day reared up, throwing him backward. ín falling he struck his spine on a sharp stone, inflicting a döfep cut over flve inches long. The injury affected the kidneys. About two years ago the left kidney started to bleed, and has been doing so ever since. Mr. Hummel, in a few pointed sentences, gave ur representative the following account : "The accident of my 'wardays' left me in bad shape; pain in my back and spine rendcred me almost useless, and I was compelled to give up work entirely. 1 could not turn over in bed without assistjince. I have spent hundreds of dollars in ■various ways trying to flnd relief. Physicians have told me my spine was honeyoombed for 13 inches. I had given up in uespair, never hoping for relief, whcn a f riend told me about Doan's Kidney Pilis, and tliey have done me a world of good. The pains have disappeared from my back, and the bleeding of my kidney has almos; entirely stopped. I know I can never be ntirely cured, as I would have to be ' a ncw man,' but Doan's Kidney Pilis have lone more to make me feel like 'a new man ' than all the other things I have tried during past years. I have not had any recurrence of the pain or bleeding since taking them. " Doan's Kidney Pilis for sale by all deal' rs. Price 50 cents, by mail, from Poster- Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sok ffents for the United States. Remembei the name, Doan's, and take no other. - ■ - ■ - - TO FARMERS: The Ann Arbor Milling Co. has just finished building one of the most complete feed milis iu Michigan and will now be ready for custom work of all kinds, including the grinding of corn ntLe ear. Ann Akboh Milling Co. NO.4W. WASHINGTON ST. iiOPSE, SlGH, QhMAMEBAL AND FRESCO PaIHTBR gilding, oalcimining-, glazmg and paper tiany ing. All work is done in the best style and warranted to írio satisfactlon. piRE INSURANCE. CHRISTIAN MACKS Agent lor the following First Class Oompanicp: representing over twenty-eight Milüon Dollars Assets, issues policios at the lowest ratee -♦-♦ mna of Hartford $9,192,644.00 Franklin of Phila 3,118,713,00 Germamaof N. Y 2,700,729.00 American of N.Y. 4,065,968.00 London Assurance, Lond'n 1,416,788.00 Michigan F. & M., Detroit 287,608.00 ïfc Y. Underwriters, N. Y. 2,596,679.00 National, Hartford 1 ,774,505.00 Fhenix, N.Y 3,759,036.00 --- aSpecial attentlon givun to the insuj-auce oi iwellings, schools. churcDes and public building'f B termï of three and fle Tam Notice to Creditors. STATE OF MICHIGAN, COUNTY of Washtenaw, s. Notice is hereby give'i tnat by an order of tbe Probate Court for th Oounty of Wabhtenaw. made on the third ay of February, A. D 1S90, six months from that dte were allowed for creditors to present, their claims against the estáte of Catherine Hangsterter, late of smd county.deceased, and that all creditors f aaid deceaaed are required to presenttheirclaims 10 SMid Probate Oourt, at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, for cxamination and allowance, ■onor befors the third day of August next, and that such claims will beheard before said Court on the fourth day of May, and on the third day of August next at ten o'clock in the forenoon of eacii of saiddays. Date, Ann Arbor. February S, A. T. 189I5. J. W1LLAKD 11ABBITT, Judge of Probate. Notice to Creditors. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, COUNTY OF O Washtenaw, ss. Notice is hereby 2ven, that b order of the Probate Court for the County Of Washtenaw, made on the 30lh day of January, A. 1). 1S96. six months from that date were allowed forcreditors to present their claims aptaiust the estáte of Charles Wal ter Bcade, late of said oounty, deceased, and that all creditors of said deceased are requircd to present their claimt to said Probate Oourt, atthe Probate Office ín tlie ■oitvof Anu Arbor, for examination and allowance, on or before the 30th day of July next, and that such claims will be heard before said Court on the 30th day of April and on the joth day of .luly next, at ten o'clock tn the forenoon oí each of said days. Dated, Ann Arbor, January 30th. A. D. 1896. J. WILLAKD BABH1TT, Judpe of Probate.


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