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Day
13
Month
August
Year
1897
Copyright
Public Domain
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A ffOlERFd ESCAPE. Belated by a Keeper of the Michigan State Prison at Jackgon. CFrom the Jackson Citizen.') Mr. A. E. Wing resides at 612 N. Jackson Street, Jackson, Mich. He is a keeper in the Michigan State Prison, a man of sterling integrity, and whose word is beyond dispute. He tells the following story of a. wonderful escape, and the incidents connected with the dangerous position a which he was placed. He says, some months ago my attention was attracted by a swelling of my groins, which began to increase in size to such an extent that I was alarmed. It spread down my legs to my feet, and I was bloated f rom my waist down, so badly that I could not pull my pauts, over my legs, and I had to open my shoes fully two inches before I could get them on. Even my face became puffed up ; and my whole system seemed affected. I could hardly drag myself upstairs t unlock my men. I consulted a physician, oe of the best in the city. He said thé swelling was caused by an irritation of the kidneys, and I commenced treatment with him. But I seemed to be getting worse. I was strongly urged by a friend to try Doan's Kidney Pilis, and I finally consented. Af ter the flrst week I commencel to see a change, and feit much better. This was encouraging, and I continued their use. I took fl ve boxes in all, with the: happy result that I was completely cured. I have never heard of any medicine whichi liad such a pronounced and radical effect, and yet not affect the system generally and leave it in such a good condition. I feel better now than I ever did. After the effect was once established the swelling gradually disappeared until it was entirely gone. I regard Doan's Kidney Pilis as a most wonderful agent in the curing of any form of kidney disorder. For sale by all dealers - price, 50 cents per box. Mailed by Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the U. S. Ri'member the name, Doan's, and take do other, Rlïffl k Win BAKERI GROCERY AND FLOUR AND FEED STORE, We keep constantly on hand BREAD, CRACKERS, CAKES, &o. For Wholesale or ïtetail Trade. We shall also keep a supply oí OSBORNE'S GOLD DUST FLOUR. J. M. Swift & Co.' Best White Wheat Flour, Rye Flour, Buckwheat Flour, Corn Meal, ."led, &c, 4c, &c, At Wholesale ind Retail. A eeneral stock ot GROOEJIES AND FROVISIONS constantly on hand, which will be sold on as reasonable terms as at any other house in the city. T"Cash paid tor Butter, Eggs, and Countr Produce generally. IST'Goods Delivered to any part oí the city with itnu::m ree. . Rlnier & Se (tbolt TIME TABLE. Taking Effect May 23, 1897. Tralns leave Ann Arbor bv Central Stanaard time. NORTH. SOUTH. 8:43 A. M. 7:30 A. M. "12:15 p.m. 11:25 A. M. 4:50 p. M. 8:40 P. M. + 9:10 a.m. + 8:05 p. M. TraiD6 marked thus run between Ann Arbor and Toledo only. t Trains marked thus run Sundays only. All other trains daily except Sunday. E. S. GILMORE, Agent W. H. BENNETT, G. P. A. Michigan ÍTentrai " The Niágara Fallt Route." CENTRAL STANDARD TIME Taking Effect July k, 1897. GOING EAST. Detroit NightEx 5 50 a. m. Atlantic Express 7 30 Grand RapidsEx 1110 Mail and Express 3 47 p. m. N. Y. & Boston Sp'l 4 58 North Shore Limited 6 45 Fast Ea6tern 10 05 GOING WEST. Boston, N. Y. & Ch 8 12 a. m. Mail&Express 9 18 Fast Western Ex 1 55 p.m. G. R. & Kal. Ex 5 55 Chicago Night Ex 9 40 Pacific Express 13 30 O.W. EUGGLES H. W. HAYBS, Q. P. & T. Agent Chicago. Ag't Ann Arboz TRUCK AND STORAGE C. E. GODPB.EY. Residence and Office, 48 Fourth Ave., Nortb Trlephoue 82. Q R. WILLIAMS, AttorneT at Law and Pension Claim Attorner, MILAN, MICH. Conveyancine and Collections . LAND PLASTER! LIME AND CEMENT. DRAINTILE. LOUIS ROHDEf Main Office- 36 E. Huron Street. Yards- 50 West Huron Street.

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