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Convincing Proof

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Parent Issue
Day
21
Month
July
Year
1899
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

The Average Anu Arbor Citizen Must Accept the Follovving Prooi'. The preat Sir IsaaeNewton, one of llie most profound reasoners the world ever produeed,once cut a large hole in a board feace to allow a favorite cat access to twopar-dens, and cut a smal'er hoit allow tipr kitten to foliow her. The wtarae s manifested i i Sir isaac's actiou -ao üue to want of tnought. Anyl'eader who mental ly debates the proof offered here about Doan's Kidney Pilis andarrives at any other conclusión than thut stated in 1 liis citizen's statement, is as short of raasoning powers as the philosopher when he turned oarpenter. Mr. Charles Schoot, of 617 N. Fourth avenue, says: "Töere is no doubt in my muid as to the excellent properties and high rnerits of Üoan's Kidney Pilis and I unhesitatingly recommend theii use to always fulfill all the claims made for them. From the result of a cold settling in my kidneys, 1 was foi a, long1 time troubied with a heavy aching pain throughmy ioin?. At 'times it was so severe Uiat I could scarcely bend and could hardly rest eomfortably in any positiou. I noticed Doan's Kidney Pilis recomrnended by parties who used them, so procnred a box at Eberbach & Son's drug store and took them. I used them but a very few days when the pain disappeared." Doan's Kidney Pilis for sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Mailed by Foster-Milburn Company, Buffalo, N. Y.. sole sgents for the XJnited States. Eemember the name, Doan's, take no substituto.