" PEOPLE_WË KNOW. I They are Ann Arbor People and What They Say is of Local . Interest. Whoo an incident liUe the followingoecurs rifrlit bere at home it is bound to earry weight with our readers,. hen eo raany strange ocourrenoes go the rouuds of the press; are published asfacts; when tbe intelligent reader knows that they cannot bc true, there is no wonder that people become skeptical. On one sub eet skepti ism is rapidly disappearing. This is due to the actual personal experienees oí our citizena, and their public utterances regurding them. Tbe tioubter must doubt no more in the face of such evidenceasthi?. The public statement of a reputable Citizen living riffht here at home, one whom you can see every day leu ves no ground íor tbe skepiic to staud on. Mr. Lawrenoe O'Toole, of 1825 Hill st. , says: "During the last trwo years I suffered terribly with rny kidneys. The pains across my back were almost constant and were so severe at times tbat I was ofton obliged to get my back up agaiust the wall before I could straighten up. I could haxdly rest iu any position aud was as tired iu the morniug as the night before. I could uot stoop to piek aiiythiug off the ground and was, generally speaking, used tip. The kidney secretious were in a terrible shape deposited a heavy sediment and were too frequent, greatly disturbing rny rest at night. I was als'o bothered much with headaches and spells of dizziness. I wore piasters until I was tired of them and took a lot of medicine but it did ine no good. When I saw Doan's Kidney Pilis advertised I feit confident they would help me and I got a box at Eberbach & Sou 's drug store. They did at once and in a short time they thorougbly cured me. I now feil as well as I ever did in my life. ' ' Doan's Kidney Pilis are for sale by all dealers- price 50 cents. Mailed by Foster-Milburn Co., Bnffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the U. S. Remember the name Doan's and take no other.