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TO KEEP THINGS MOVING MARKED DOWN TO Rock Botton Prices ! AT J. J. ilitfS PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Prescriptions a Specialty ! We desire your patronage and will give you satisfaction. Terms of Court for the Twenty-second Judicial Circuit for 1892-3. TER.MS OF CICUIT COURT. State of Michigan: The Twenty-second Judicial Circuit. Terras of Court in and for said Circuit for the years 1892 and 1893. I, E. D. Kinne, Circuit Judge in and for the Twenty-second Judicial Circuit, do hereby tix and appoint the times oí holding the several tonus of the Circuit Court in and withiu the Twenty-secoud Judicial Circuit ior the veiu 18 and 189:) as follows. to wit : IN MONROE COUNTY. The flrst Tuesday of February, the flrst Tuesdny of April, the second Tuesday of September, and the flrst Tuesday of November. IN WASHTENAW COUNTY. The flrst Monday in March, the flrst Monday in May. the first Mondáy in October, and thê flrflt Monday in December. Dated, October 80th, 1891. E. D. KINNE, 44 5-w Circuit Judge. Estáte of Herbert Frost. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of At asessionoi the Probate Court for the Coimty of Wnsliteuaw, holden at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, on Wednesday, the eleventh day of November in the ycai' one thousand, eight hundred aud ninetyon e. Present. .1. Williard Babbitt, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Herbert II. Frost. deceased. Charles H. Worden, the administrator of said estáte comes iuto conrt and repn that he is now preparad to ronder nis fimil account as such administrator. Thereupon it is ordered that Frfday, the fourtb day of December next, at ten o'cloci [n the tornoon. be assigned for exaralnlng and allowing aueh account, and tlmt the helrs-atlaw of said deceased and all others ersons ■ 1 1 ■ t in sant estáte, aro reqalred l penr at a si-shiii oí said court tben to bé holden at the Probate Office in the city oi Ann Arbor. in said county, and show cause, H any therebe, why the said account should not be allowed. And it is further ordered, that said Adminlstrator give notice to the persons interested in said estáte, of the pendency of siad account and thehearlxig thereof. by causing a copyol thls order to be publUhed In the Ann Arbor Courier, a newspaper prlnted and circulatlngln sald county, three successive weeks previeras to said da; of hearing, j. WII.I. Wíl) BABBITT, (Atruecopy.) Jüdqb of Pbobatb. W. G. DOTY, Probate Register. C10AK DRESS SALE. Cur Cloak Sale announced for this week, owing to the bad weather, is postponed till next week. Commencing Monday, Nov. 30, over 200 Garments, ranging in price from $10, to $25, will be placed on sale Monday, at $7.77 ; Tuesday, $6.66; Wednesday, $5.55; Thursday, $4.44; Friday, $3.3.'!; Saturday, $2.22. Qress Goods Sale. Here is your opportunity. A nice Wool Dress of 8 yards for Two hundred pieces to select from, all new goods and styles, worth never lesa than 30c a yard ; also 100 pieces fine Homespun Cheviots Camel Hair Storm, Serges and Flannels in every style of make and color next week only 38c These are our regular 75c goods. Now t autumn ln-eezes blow, A ü iellow-'e fllled with woe 'Vim K wearüag still his low-cut sumiiicr ahoes and clotbee. At the tnermometer lie gazes, And hc says, "It's cold as blazos, And from frozen toe.s I'll suffer In my to's and fro's." Out. of date- Pits. Never a hotel- The malt house. Made to swing into line - Gates. A biiglit idea - "Let's light up."


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