A BOON TOJfOTHERS. If Auy Ann Arbor Motlir lias Jookert for this, lollow tíiis Citizen's Advice. Wherever we ro and amonj? all classes ■we HihI ilnldien sufferlng fiomweah kidneys. The intelligent mother knows i.nat this is not a hubit and searchos for a romody. It is somethiug very hard to relieve and the fainily physi-ian tella her that the child will grow out oflt intime. Sometimes tluiy do and sometimes they do not. In the meamime annoyance and embarrassment is the result. Ifanyone knowa a remedy ís it not an act o( oharity, is it nota duty to makeitpublic? Shoulcl selfl shues or prlde keep it conoealed? Mre. Wm, Theisen oí 321 Novth Thayer Stieet, has used Doan's Kidney Pilis in her family and makes the followinir .-statement for the benefit ol'atixious iiiothers and the relief of iatercstinglittie ctiildren. Mrs. Theisen says: "I am glad to re■commed Doan's Kidney Pilis to mothers whose childran are sufferers froru i weakened and debilitated condition of tlie kidneys and auxiliary organs. Onr littie boy, Leo. five years old, was 'troubled for two years witli an extreme weakness of bis kidneys and lossot' control over the secretions trom tliose organs. We doctored and doctored for iiim and tried numerous remetlies without his getting the least benefit. On seeing Doan's Kidney Pilis recouaïnended and especially adapted to sucli cases we procured a box at EberbacH & Son's drug store and began to give them to him. We noticed he was better after the flrst few doses and continued the treatment with the result that hewassoon entirely cured. ïhere !ias been no indicatioo of a return of the trouble since and his general jhealth is also much better." Doan's Kidney Pilis aeë for sale by all dealers. Prlee 50 cents. Mailed by Poster-Milburn Co.,Buft"alo,N. Y. sole agents for the U. S. Kemember the name Doan's and take 110 other. BUTTER COLOR By the O unce or Gallon. THE BEST THAT'S MADE OR YOUE MONEY RETURNED. Mann's Drug Store, 213 S. Main' St, ANN ARBOR, - MICHIGAN. tj GO TO : : : i MANLY'S i CONFECTiONERÍAND GAFE f FOK I Foreignjjand Domestie Fruits, . Fine Confectioneries, lee Cream, Cigars, Tobáceos. ?j i I FineMeals, 25 Cents # Open Day and Night. I WIS Wl FSOfSIEIJS! I 114 E. Huron St. ! Telephone, New State 846. S ' i C. H. St. CLAÏR, SEGOND HAND GOODS, Gooda of all descriptions bought and sold. Furniture and Stoves Kepalred. 3o9-3u N. Fourth Ave. - Ann Arbor. Enoch Dieterle, Funeral Director. Ko. 116 E. Liberty St., Kesidence, 533 S. 4th Ave. Phonel29. ANN ARBOR. MICH Estáte of Christiana Heinzman. OTATE OP MICHIGAN, COUNTY 0F i ' Washtenaw, ss. At a session of the Probate Court for theCounty or Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Wflice iu the City ot' Aun Arbor, on Wednesday, the 8th day of March, in the year one thousand dgM, hundred and ninety-nine. Present, H. Wirt Newkirk, Judge of Pro[n the matter of the estáte of Oliristiana ïlpinzman, deceased. On rcading and filing the petition, duly verifled, of Minnie Itayer. praying tliat the tulmfnistration of said estáte may bo granted !o Hcnry J. Maun or sonie other suitable perThereupon it is ordered that Wcdnedday, the 5th day of April next, at 10 o'clock in the fornnoon, be assigned for the hearing of sa.id petition, and tlmt tbe heirs at law of sala leceasod and all other persons iuterested in aid estáte are required to appear at a essiou of said Court, then to be holden at the Probate Office, in the City of Ann Arbor, and how cause if any there be, why the prayei of the petitioner should notbe granted. Anc it is f urther ordered that said petitioner grive Botice to the persons interested in sat estáte, of the pendenoy of said petition, and the hearing thereof, by causiug a copy of thit, pder to be published in the Ann Arbor ArgusDomocrat, a newspaper printed and oirculated is said county three suecessive weeks previfus to said day of heariufr. H. WIRT NEWKIRK, Judge of Probate. IA trae copy.] P. J. Lëhuas Probate Kejister.