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For a Healthy Existence.- That's ' Why the Kidneys so often Fail. Nature has provided a certain amount of work for every organ of the human body; overtax them and disease eventunlly follows. There is not one portion of our organism that is so overworked as the kidneys ; on them is placed the important functiou of filtering the blood of the impurities which naturally form in the jegular action of life and digestión. The kidneys are "consequently termed the sew era ge of the system; clog up this sewer, and the blood becomes tainted with poisonous uric acid, which brings on disease in many foruis. The back is the first to show this stoppage. From there comes the warning note; it should be heeded, and the kidneys receive pronlpt attention. Doan's Kidney Pilis will right the action :f the kidneys quickly, relieve the back of pains and aches, and cure all troubles of kidneys and bladder. Read the f ollowing : Mr. Wm. Nelson is a well-known business man of Kalamazoo, he resides at 822 Portage Street, and his business is that of a grain buyer. He says: " For üve years I have suffered from an inability to urinate, which resulted from what was said to be a stoppage of the bladder. Duriug these years I have taken min:ral and electric baths and used other means in expectancy of getting better, but they all proved unavailing. Some months ago I began using Doan's "Kidney Pilis, which I had heard highly recommended, and I can oow say that the flattering reports were not greater than they deserved. I got better right along, and I am free from any trouble now. I feel better than I have done for three years past. If Doan's Kidney Pilis were well known all over thev would do an immense amount of good. " Sold by all dealers - price, 50 cents. Mailed by Foster-Milburn Co., Buffa'oi N. Y., solo agents for the U. S. Remeniber the name, Doan's, and take no other. Estáte of Thomas Stewart. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, COTJNTY OF 'i Washtenaw, sa. At u acssion of tbe Probiite ■Court for the County of Wasntenaw.hoMen at the Probate Office in ihi: City of Ann Arbor, on Saturdny, the 30'h day oí Jaauary, in tho year onethousan'l eiarhthundred aüdni'uety-soven' Present, H, Wirt Xewkirk, Jndge öf Probute. In the matter of the estáte of Tliomas Stewitrt, ■deceased. Onreadingand flliug the petit;oa d;ily veritied of Samuel Stewart, thai he mty be íicenaed to sell the veal estute whereof tsaid de'ceased died siezed. Thereupon it is ordered, that Saturlay, the 27th day of February next at 10 o"cloek in the forenoon, oe aasigned tor the hearing of said petition, and that the heirs-at-law of said deceased and 11 other persons interesal in said estáte, are rtquired to appear at a session of said oourt, Uien to be holden at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, and show cause, il any there be, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted. And it is furtlier orderea that said petHiooer rgiye notice to the persons intereated in said state of the pendencj of said petition aad the hearing thereof, by CHiisinfí a copy of thia order to be published in tbe Ann Aubor Arqub, a newspaper printed aud ciiculating in said eounty, three aucceusi've weetrs provious tosaid day of hearing. H. WIRT NEW1UKK, (atkuecopyi Judfte of Probate. P. J . Lehman, Probate Register Estáte of Michael, Mary, Thomas and Thersa Agin. STATE OF MICHIGAN, COÜNTY of Ata session of the Probate Court tor the eounty of Waahtenw, holden at the probate oiiiee in the city of Aun Arhor, on Thursday, the '2Sth day of Junuury, iu the year ooe thousand eiecht huudred and nitiety-sf'ven. Present, H. Wirt Xrfwkirk. Judpe of Probate. In the matter of the eftate of Miohael, Mary, Thoma3 and TheröH Agin, minors. Thonws Murray and föhn Harris, the liiiatdians of aaid wavd-, come into court and represent that they are now prep ir=d to renden their final account as such g unrdians, fhereupon it ia urdered, that Friday, th 2fth -day of February, next, at ten o'elock in the foreno'n be asdined ior exaniining: and allowiuff such accouut, and that the next o) kin of aid warda nd all oiher persons niterestcd in said estáte, aro required to appear at a sesnion of said court, then to be holden at the .róbate Office, in the city of Ann Arhor, in satd eounty, and show cause, if anv there be, why the s iid account shottM not be allowed. Aud it "is farther ordered that said guardián give notice to the persons interested insuid esrate,ofthependenny of said account and the hearing thereof. by causing a copy of this order to be publisncd ín the ann Arbor Aröus, a newspaper printed mití círculating in said eounty, three suecesive weck. previoua to saici day of heariutc. H. WIRT NEWKIRK, (Acrueoopy.) Judge of Probate. P. J. LEiiHAN.Frobate Keeister. Estáte of James D. McMaster. CÏATE OF MICHIGAN, COÜNTY of Washtenaw, ss. At a session of the Probate Gourt for thi; County of VV'aöhtenaw, holdeu at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbcr, on Monday, the 25tb day ol Jtfnuary, in the vent' rne thousand eight hundreö and nincty-seven. Present, Wirt Xewkirk, Judjre of Probate. Iu the matter of theestate of Jumes D. McMtnter, deceased. On readin# and the petition duly verified of Theodore J. DeForcst, Ad ministra tor, prayiii'-ithat he may be licensed to sell the real estáte ■whereof Baid deceased died siezed. Therenpoa it is ordered, t-hat Xuesday, the '23rd day of February noxt, at ten o'clock in the forenoon be assigned tbr the hearing of said petition, and that the devisets, leñatees, and heira at law oí said deceased, and all otber peraoue intereated in said estáte are required to appear at a session of sni coirt, then to hu hoideu At tbe Probate Office iu the city ot Ano Arbor, and show cause, if any thefe be, why the prayer of the peiitio-ner shouid not be granted. And it is further ordered, that said petitioner give uotice to the persons inter-ested in said estáte of the pendency of said petition and the hearing thereof, by causing a copj of thi order to be published in the Ann Arboii Akgus, a newspaper priutedand irculatius iu said couuty, three succossive weekö previous to said day üf hearing. H. WIRT NEWKIRK, [A frne eopy.] J udge of irobate. P.J. Lehman. Probate Register. Estáte of Edward H. Clark. STATE OF MICHIGAN, CO UKT of Washtenaw, ss. At ;i session or' the Probate Court tor the Uouatv of Washtenaw, holüfcu at the Probate ia the City of Ann Arb'ir, nn Tuesday, the Hu day of Febmary, iu the ■year one thousanu eigl.t huathed and niaetyeveu. Present, H. Wirt Newkirk, Judge of Pro bate. In the matter of the estáte of Edward H. Olavb, rleceased, Ou readiug and Üling the petition, duly verified, of Francia Chaniu, prayinfí ttiat atlmitiïtiiition of" aaici estáte muy be si'aa''('li to Lcoutiaid Gruner, or aotnc other suïlabie pei'son. Tbereupon it is ordured that ÖatnrJay, the íith duv of March oext, at lö o'olock tn the forenoon, be assigned for ihe hearing of said petition, and that the hcira at law oí saia dece-ised, áud all otber persous iuterested in said estute, are re-quired to appear at a pession of saict court.then tobe holden nt the probate office, iu ihecityui .-nn Arbor, aud show cause, Lf aiiy there be.why the prayer of the petitiouershould uotbe grauted. A"ll it is furtherordered.thatsaidpeliLionerifive notice to the perseas intre8ted in said estáte, of the píMideucy oí' said petition, aud the heuriny thereof by oausing a copy oí tliis order to bcpilblished in the Ann Arbor Argus, a newspaper printed and ciicutaied in said oounty, three suo■_es=ive weeks prpvious tosttid dav t' heariug. H. WIKT NEWKIKK, Juitfere of Probate, ( A true copy.) P. J . Leiivian, f róbate Rcerister. ■ n I f n ÍS honre ÍJonorrhoea -- nI mA and dÍKchu.rges irom ihe, 1 ■■9 iirinary h-íí;i.iih iirrfsted I MlnY II W by Santal Midy Cupsnle, VÍUUI 71 B vithout incoiivonïtinctï . i S I


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