JUDGE FORJOIIRSELF. Which is Better, Try an Experimeiit, or Proiit by an Ann Arbor Citizen's Experimeui . Something new is and experiment Must be proven to be as represented. Be suecesuful at home or you doubt t. The statment of a manufacturar ís not convincing;. Proof of merit But the endor8ement of f riends is Now, supposing you had a bad back. A lame, weak or aching one Would you experiment on it? you will read of many so called cures. But ttaey come f rom far away places. It's different whea the endorsemeut comes froui home. Easy to prove thatit is so. Home endorsement is the prooi' that Backseyery box of Doan's Kidney Pilis. Kead thie case : Mrs. Wm. O. Warner, of Geddes Ave., says: "My kidneys troubled me tor years, In the summer of 1897, I was very bad and all the medicine I took did not do me the least good. I had severo pains through my loins and kidneys, could not straighten up, and my iiïends ofteu remarked about my going arouiid in a stooped position. I could not rest comfortably and telt tired and woni out all the time. My head ached a great deal and I had frequent attacks of dizziness. The kidney secretions became badly afiected and deposited large qaantities of brickdust sediment, were highly colored and unnatural in appearance. Friends advised me to try Doan's Kidney Pilis and gave me a few. They did me so umch good that I got more at Eberbach & Son's drug store. I continued the treatment until the trouble was thoroughly removed and I now teel as bright and well as ever." Doan's Kidney Pilis for sale by all dealers, price 50 cents. Mailed by Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. sole agents for the United States. Remember the name DOAX'á, and take no substitute.