Q BEFORE PUKCHASING A r Piano, Organ, M or anything in the Musical f line, look at ours. It might M 11 also be worth while te conk3tI sider our 27 yearsof experrff ience among musical inkLjB struments, as teacher and turier. Prices as low 0$K as the lowest. ï &L SCHAEBERLE j MUSIC STORE, vSSr 8 W. LIBERTY ST. fflá Only 4 Doors Wes1 of "JB jBra ' Main Street, ►■r" Warrantcd Tooth Brushes We have made it a practice for years to replace any 25c tootli brush that sheds its bristles. We are glad to do it but our brushes hold so well that we don't often have an opportuüity. . LcALKINS' PHARMACY.-J ENOOH DIETERLE, Em!ialmer & Faneral DirectOT Calis Attended Day or NightNO 8 EAST LIBERTY ST. Phone129 K3sidunce. 7." South 4tk Ave. In FANCY STEAWS and PATTEEN HATS for The Nixt 10 Bays The Largest and Most Complete Line in the City to select from at the UTOPIA=7 Millinery Parlors. SheriíT's Sale. Notice is hcrcby given thaf by virtue of a wrít if ticri facías. issúed out oí the circuit court for In; County of Washtcnaw, in favor of the Salem Sutter añil Uheese Manufacturin Co. against thc goorts, chattles and real estáte of John D. HaywotK]. in said county to me directed and delívered, I (lid on the 27th day of May, instant, levy upou and take all the rigfct, title and Interest of the Bald John I). Ilaywood in and to thc following de6cribed real eBtate, that is to say, all that ccrtain piecc or pureel of land sitnatou and boins in t lie townahip of Salem. Waslitenaw Connty, Michigan, and describcd as follows, to-wit': Lot number fivi; in blonk number two in the Village of Salem, according to the recorded plat of, also Iota iminbcr onc and two in George S. and Samuel C. Whecler's addition to said ! lage of Salem, actording to the rocorded plat tbereof, all of which I shall espose for sale at public auction to the hiL'hcst bidder, at thc Ka-i front door of the Conrt House in the said City of Ann Arbor (that being the building in which the Circuit Court for said county is held) on thc third day of August, 18!)7, at 10 o'clock in thc forcnoon'of said day. 44-50 WM. JUDSO, Sheriff. "The Coimuoii People," As Abraham Lincoln called them, do not care to argue about their ailments. What they want is a medicine that will cure them. The simple, honest statement, "1 know that IIoo t's Surs-iparilla cured me," is thebestargument in favor of this medicine, and this is what many thousands voluntarily say. Hood's Pilis are the best af ter-dinner pills, assist digestión, cure headache. 25 cents.