ANSVVER ITJONESTLY! Are the Opluious of Ann Arbor Citizeus ?ioc More Keliable Tli au Those of Utter Strangers ? The above is a vital question. It is fraugbt with interese to Ann Albor, li pertnits of ouiy one answer. It ean't be evaded or iynored. Ad Ann Arbor citizen speaks here. Speaks ir the welfare of Anu Arbor. A citizen's opinión is reliable An utterstrauiier's doutnful. Tne impreösion created is lasting. Curiosiiy is at once aroused. Keau what followsand acknowledge these lauis. Mrs. R. Hatto, of 1103 Forest Ave., says: 'Dwing to the exertion aud worry attendant to waiting on my late husband during a long illness, 1 contracted kidney trouble and during the past three or iour years I suffered much from heavy, aching, bearing down pains through my loins. I could not rest comfortably nights and feit exhausted and tired out when I got up in the mornings. If 1 caught the least cold it settled in my back and made me much worse. i feit generally run down and unwell. I saw Doau's Kidney Pilis so highly recommended that I procured a box at Eberbach & Son's drug store and began to use them. They relieved me right away though I only took the treatment a short time. They certainly did me a great deal of good and I can and do recommend them very highly." 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. Eemember the name Doan's and take no substitute.