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Som e pertinent Questions That Can be Ansvverecl With One Keply. Why is it that Ann Arbor with its suburbs, with a combined population of lü.OUU tbere is only one medicinal preparatiun which (rives statements trom residents to back up its representations. Why is it that üoan's Kidney Pilis do tbis iriAnn Arbor, as well is every other city and town of any iruportance in the union? Why is it tbat there are advertisecï in every newspaper a dozen remedie and only one cañsupplyloealproof, localindorsatlon of its cUims? The solution of the problem is eimpe. Only one remedy bas the curing and the staying power. Other remedies make all kinds of gigantic yet futile eiforts to (jet local proof, but the attempt eods in producing a statement or two trom place- that as far as Ann Arbor is concerned might as well be in the moon. Here in Ann Arbor proof which backs up the merits of Doan's Kidney Pilis. Mr. F. Wolter, of 1103 Forest Ave., carpenter, says; "With in the last two years 1 began to have trouble with my kidneys and in spite of all I could do, it continued and gradually became worse. It seemed to be more of a weakness of the kidneys and a loss of control over the secretions. At times when my worknecessitated my looking up or working over my head, I was taken with spells of dizziness. I tried different remedies but they did they notgive me any relief. When a friend advised me to use Doad's Kidney Pilis, I got a box at Eberbach &Son's drug store and began to use them. I feit better from the start and they did me more good than all the other medicine 1 ever took. I have no hesitation in recommending Doan's Kidney Pilis for I consider them to be a thoroughly reliable and honest kidney remedy." Doan's Kidney Pilis are sold for 50 cents by all dealers, or mailed on receipt of price by Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no substitute.


Ann Arbor Argus
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