NO FAIMTËNS. Here are Plain Facts Kndorsed by au Anri Arbor CMtizen Who itesides ou Secornl Street. Few people will admit failure while therc ie a chance for argument. Many popule claim success when no ono rises to dispute it. What we want to do is to placa oHrclaim8 where doubt is out of the que8tion. We are dome thls every day and Ann Arbor people are beglnning to appreciate lt. Now, to ítet right down to the point, every body knows that there is many an achlng back, many a lame and painful one, the suffering from which makes Ufe a burden. but having trie" so many remedies, the suffpror not finding success, looks upon all those who profess to have a cure with all the skepticism oT a skeptie; and yet one more struirgle withtbe right ally and the back Is fréeOthers have doae it riglit bare in Ann Arbor, why not you? Kead what Mrs. Jos. Buechler, of No. 314 Seeond st., says: "From the result of a severe fall I had in antnnua, 1897,1 have been tronbled ever siace with pains through my back and kidneys. I conld not lie or rtst coinfortably in bed and in the mornings feit unrefreshed and tired. The kidney secretions became affected, uuuatnral and distressing. I doctored a great deal but met with little or no success. When I saw Doan's Kidney Pilis so highly recommended I thought they would help me. I went to Eberbach & Son's drug store, procnred a box and began to use them. Before I had taken many doses I began to feel better; in a short time was entirely rid of the tronble and feit as well as ever. I certainly recommend Doan's Kidney Pilis very highly to auyone needing such a reinedy. ' ' Doan's Kidney Pilis sold by all dealers. Price 50 cents per box. Seat by mail on receipt of price. FosterMilburn Co, sole agents for the United States, Buffalo, N. Y. Kemember the name Doan's and take no other.