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Day
3
Month
November
Year
1899
Copyright
Public Domain
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HEROINES OF PEACE.

 

When we read stories of the terrible Spanish Inquisition of the olden times, it seems as if the tortures they depict were almost beyond the invention of the most depraved and fiendish mind; and yet here in our own enlightened land and in this Nineteenth Century of Civilization, thousands of tender women—our own sisters, mothers and wives—some unnatural weakness of the delicate organism of their sex, are daily undergoing an almost equally terrible, physical anguish and martyrdom.

 

"It seemed as if there was an iron band around my head and it was being twisted tighter and tighter all the time," a New York lady said in trying to describe her terrible sensations.

 

"I could not walk across my room without suffering dreadful pains," said another lady, Mrs. May E. Jones, of 529 Madison Ave., Ypsilanti, Mich., in a letter to Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y. "I was troubled with female weakness. I had suffered for two years when I began taking your medicine but now after taking three bottles of Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription I am free from pain. I do all my housework and walk where I please- thanks to Dr. Pierce's medicine."

 

"It is the only medicine that relieved my terrible headaches," said Mrs. R. P. Monfort, of Lebanon, Warren Co., Ohio. "In very truth it is the only medicine ever invented that delicate and ailing women can positively rely upon to give them complete and permanent relief."

 

No other remedy was ever devised that so thoroughly rejuvenates the entire nervous system of women; and curing all weakened and diseased conditions of the feminine organism and restoring womanly strength and completeness. It is the only proprietary remedy ever devised for this one special purpose by an educated and eminent physician, a specialist of world-wide reputation in this particular field of practice. No woman need or ought to allow her whole nature, physical and mental, to be undermined by such ailments when by writing to Dr. Pierce she may obtain professional advice free of charge.

 

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Enoch Dieterle,

Funeral Director.

 

No. 116 L. Liberty St.

Residence. 533 S. 4th Ave.

 

Phone 129. ANN ARBOR, MICH

 

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JAS. R. BACH,

Real Estate

 

Bought, Sold, Rented and Exchanged.

 

Special attention given to care of property.

 

Lawrence Block. State 'Phone 470. 

 

ANN ARBOR, MICH.

 

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G. R. WILLIAMS,

 

Attorney at Law and Pension Claim Attorney

 

MILAN, MICH

 

Conveyancing and Collections.

 

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Spectacles Properly Fitted

 

At a Low Price and Guaranteed.

 

SALISBURY'S DRUG STORE,

Huron St., Cook House Block.

 

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LUTZ & SON

 

FINELY FINISHED FURNITURE

 

ALL KINDS OF

LIBRARIES

STORES

SALOONS

BARBERSHOPS

MILLINERY

EMPORIUMS

ETC.. ETC.

 

DESIGN WORK A SPECIALTY.

 

Repairing of Furniture of Every Description.

 

Lutz & Son.

 

Office and Factory on Vine St., Near W. Liberty St.

 

Ann Arbor, Michigan

 

New State Telephone No. 273.

 

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DR. H. K. LUM,

 

Physician and Surgeon.

 

Office: 106 N. Fourth Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich. County calls promptly attended to.

 

Hours, 8 to 9 a. m.; 1 to p. m. and 7 to 8:30 p. m. New State Phone—House, 260: office 76 2rings.

 

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CARL T. STORM, LAWYER.

 

office over Ann Arbor

 

FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK Mich,

 

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MICHIGAN COLLEGE OF MINES.

 

A State Technical School. Practical work. Elective system. Summer term. Every graduate employed. For catalogues, showing occupation of graduates, address Mrs. Frances Scott, Secretary, Houghton, Mich.

 

Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.