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f PlPfc l! What PüjSiesThe I 1 [r PS? 3 blood? ...... j THE KIDNEYS j j PURIFY tQ BLOOD f AND THEY ALONE. 2 If díseased, however, they cannot, I and the blood continually becomes P m more ímpure. Every drop of blood ■ J ín the body goes through the kidneys, C I the sewers of the system, every three P á minutes, night and day, while life ■ ■ endures. C ú puts the kidneys ín perfect health, and m d nature does the rest. ! The heavy, dragged out f eeling, the P ■ bilious attacks, neadaches, nervous ■ i unrest, fickle appetite, all caused by i I poisoned blood, vill disappear whcn V ■ the kidneys properly perform their ■ M functions. There ís no doubt about this. P ■ Thousands have so testífied. The ■ M theory ís right, the cure ís right and ! health follows as a natural sequence. P ■ Be self-convinced through ■ M sonal proof. J. Fred Víoelzle, DEALER IN Meats, Sausag-es, Oysters and Market Goods. Porter House and Sirloin Steaks a Specialty washington jiarket. p b. norbis Attorney at Law. Dooe a general lawcollectionand conveyancn? business. A moderatp shfire of your Datronairo respectfully xolfcited. office l E Buron Street, upscuirs The Coast Line to MACKINAC - TAKE THE - ■ TO MACKINAC DETROIT PETOSKEY CHICAGO New Steel Passenger Steamers The Greatest Perfectton yet ttalned In Boat Luxurious Equlpment, Artistic Furnishing, Decoration and Etlielent Service, insuring the highest degree of COMFORT, SPEED AND SAFETY FouR Trips per Week Between Toledo, Detroit and Mackinac PETOSKEY, "THE SOO," MARQUETTE AND DULUTH. LOW RATEStoPicturesque Mackiaacand Return, including Jleals and Berths. From Cleveland, $18; from Toledo, $15; from Detroit, $13.5DAY AND NIQHT SERVICE. Between Detroit and Cleveland Connecting at Cleveland with Earliest Trains for all points East, South and Southwest and at Detroit for all points North and Northwest. Sunday Trips June, July, August and Sept. Only EVERY DAY BETWEEN Cleveland,Put=in-Bay#Toledo Send for Illustrated Painphlet. Address A. A. SCHANTZ, a. r. .. DETROIT. MICH. THe Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Go. Estat; of EJward H. Clark. QTATE O F MICHIGAN, UOUNTY '-' of Washtenaw, sa. At a session of the Probate Court for the County o f Waal tena w, holden at the Probate Office in the city of Anu Arbor, on Tuesday, the fth day of June, in the year one thousand eieht hundred and uinety-seven. Present, II Wirt Xewkirk, .Tudsre of Probóte In the matter ui Ui e estáte of Eaward H. Clark, deceased . Ou readine: and rilin the petition duty veriöedof Leonhard (imur. Adruiniitrator, prayitijr that he may le licenscd to sell the real estáte wh-reof eaiii deceised died ëeized. ïhereupon it is ordered, that Saturday. tbe 3rd day of July oext, at ten o'olock in the forenoon be assiened f'or the hearing of said petitioa, aud that the deviséis, leñatees, and neirs at law oí aaid deceasiid, aud all other persons lntereated in said eatate are required to appear at a Bession of sai' court, then to be holden at the Probate Office in the city ot Anu Arbor, and show cause, íf any thefe be. why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted. And it ii further ordered, that said petitioner give uotice to the persons interestedinsaid estáte of the peudency ofsaid petition and the heariujt therenf, copj of this order to he published in the Ann Abbob Argus, a newspaper printed and eirculatitis in said couuty, three succeaaive weeka previous to said day of hearing. H. WIRT NEWKIKK, [Aruecopy.] J a Jge ol' Probate. Lehman, Probate Register. 4 GENTS WANTED-l'orDr.Talmage's "THE EAKTH GIEDLED" or his famoua tour around the worlci. A thrilling: story of Bavage aad Barabrous laüds. Four milliou Talmage books sold, and "The Earth Girdled" ia his latest and greatest. Demand enormous; everybody wauts this famous book. Only Ï3.50. Big book, big comnaission, a Gold Mine for worker. Credit given, Freightage paid, Outflts free. Drop all trash aud sell the King of Books and make $300 per mouth. Address for outllt aud territory, People's, 3941 Market St., Philadelphia, Penna. 19-24


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