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Parent Issue
Day
22
Month
December
Year
1899
Copyright
Public Domain
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PLENTY OF IT. Lots More Proof Like Th is, and it is all trom Aun Arbor People. "The proof of the pudding is the eatingof it." If any city or town in the Unfon has suffieent proof on the tollowiog subject, it is Ann Arbor. Genuine merit is flndiug its reward in the hearty endorsatisn of local citizens. When people right here at home.t riende and neighbors of our readers, give a statement like tho following for publioation, ii ie proof convineinj? for the most skeptiual. Read this testimony: Mis. George Carpenter, of No. 1133 Forest avenue, says: "The paius across my loins were so severe at times that 1 could hardly straiRliten or bend. The twines otten extended under noy shoulder blades and down my tbighs. I also sufïered a good deal from severe erampiiig of tlie muscles of my limbs. Headaches and dizziness were of frequent occurrence. I used a numberof different medicines, but they did not do me any good. I saw Doan's Kidney Pilis so highly rec'immended tor troubles like mine, tbat I went to Eberbaeh & Son's drug store and procured a box. I soon began t feel better aud improved steadily until cured." Doan's Ointment sold by all dealers. Price, 50 cents. Mailed by FosterMilbarn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name, Doan's, and take no substitute.