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Mareh and April. Are tlie months in which to give especial attention to tihe condition of your physical liealth. If you pass safely through these momiths and fhid yo-arself strong amd vigorous, on tlie ariival of warmer weattier, yon may reasoiiably expeot that you w-M be well ia Bummer, Sow is the time to tiike H'ood's Bai'sapaTicia, because uow is the time when the biood must be puriiied, enriehed and vitalized, i nd because Hood's SarsapariUa is the only tru blood purifier jromineatay in tJie public eye to-d-iy. Hood's Sarsapariïla has power to make you healthy aad guard your system agaijist disease. iuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii(iiiiitiiiniiiiiiin..i[jij(.!1i:j,1a:;: ilB DONT I BLAME 1 A HORSE i FOR I KICKING or for eating more than his ishare if you don't keep him warm. Two or three dollars g invested in a 5a Blanket will I save you dollars in feed. The g % are the strongest blankets made. Awarded highest prize g I at the World 's Fair. 25ostyles. 5 Square blankets" '■ [ for the road; fm ƒ I jsurcingle ja i = blankets for f gi 1 = thestable.Kv-VíW1 l eryshape size, 7 sand quahty. Jir jjj Sold by all dealers. Write ns for the = 5A book. It'8 worth having. WM. AYRES & SONS, PHILADELPHIA. íiHIIIHIHIIIIIinumininiiiiiiniiiimiiiimi m t m t miHHHíEi The popularity of Nortli Dakota as a haven for those desiring quick divorces will probably take sudden and immediite drop. The legislature lias passed a law making one year the minimum lengtl) of residence in the state necessary before action for divorce can be begun. The limit was three months. To Wliom It May Concern : Notlee is herehygiven thatlwlll not hereïifter pay any debts oontracted by my wife, Mary C. Eberliart, she linving )Rlt, my bed aud board. CLEMENT EBERHART. Dated Ann Arbor, Match 1, 1897. Free Farm Labor Bureau. In order to asslst the thouands of unemployed men in Chicago, Mie Workingmen's Home, at 42 uustom House Place, han established a Kree Labor Bureau, and is prepared to furnish men to farmers and otfiers in all parts of the country without 'xp-nse to either. Umployers applying Hhnultl state ciefinitely as to the kind of work, wases to be paid, and Jf rail way (are will be advaneed. Address, Labor Bureau, Workingmen's Home, 42 Custom House Place, Tel. Harrison 2J3. Chicago, 111 SALT Barrel Salt at Wholesale and Retail GET OUR PRIGES. DEAN Sc CO., 44 SOUTH MAIX STREET. 52-Sml7 ï Michigan t Peeple. :located" i Í Directly Opposite M. C R'y Depot. i J Two Blocks from Union Depot. J ', Three Blocfcs from Steamer Docks. ! In the Center of the Wholesale District. . 1 Three Minutes by Electric Cars to ï ', tail Center and all Places of Amusement. ' " 2oo Rooms wlth Steam Heat. $20,000 in New Improvements. ' ' Cuisine Utisurpassed. J . American Pian. f Rates, $2.00 to $3.59 per Day.S; Single Meals 5Oc. NoTICE TO CrEDITORS. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw. ss. Notice is hereby given. tnat by an order of the Probate Court for the Couuty of Washtenaw, maae on the 4th day of Maren A. D. 1897, six months from that date were allowed for ;reditors to present there claims against the estáte of Caroline R. Wilkinson, late of said (;ounty, deceased, and that all creditors of said deceased are requlred to present their ;laims to said probate court, at the Probate 3ffice in the city of Ann Arbor, for examina[ion aud allowance, on or before the 4th day 3f September next, and that such claims wlll fe heard before said court on the 4th day of luue aud on the 4th day of September next, it ten o'clock in the foreñoon of each of said Ja y s Dated, Ann Arbor, March 4th, A. D. 1897. H. Wirt Newkikk, Judge of Probate. Estáte op George Sutton 2d. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw. ss. At a session of the Probate Court for the County of Washteuaw, holden at the Probate Office in the City of Ann Arbor, on Monday, the Sth day of March in the year uue thousand eight huudred and uinety-seven. Present H. Wirt Newkirk, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte 01 üeorge Sutton. 2nd,ineoinpetent,Sedgwick Dean, the Guardian of said ward comes in to court and representa that lie is now prepared to reuder his 27thanuual account as said Guardiau. Thereupou it is ordered, that Wednesday, the 31st day of March next, at teu o'clock in the forenoou, be assigned for examining and allowing such account, and that tlie next of kin of said ward, and all other persons interested iu said estáte, are required to appear at a session ofsaid eourt, then to be holden at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, in said County, and show cause if any there be, why the said court should not beallowed: And i t is turther ordered, that said Guardian give uotlce to the persons Interested in said e-state, of the peudency of said account, and the hearing thereof, by causing a eopy of this order to be published'in the Ann Arbor (Jourier, a newspaper priuted and circulating in said county, three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. H." Wikt Newkirk. [a tiïue copr.J Judge ol Probate. P. J. Lehman, Probate Register. Real Estáte For Sale. State of Michigan, County of Washtenaw ss In the matter of the Estáte of Robert M Snyder, deceased. Notice is hereOy giyen that in pursuauce of ruil power of adniiuistration granted to the undersigued by the will of said deceased there will be sold at public vendue, to the hlghest bidder, at the late residence of said deceased, iu Webster Township, in the County of Washtenaw, in said State, on Friday the sixteenth day of April, A. D. 1897, atone oclock in the afternoon of that day (subject to all encumbrances by mortgage or othenvise e.xisungat the timeof the death of said deceased), the following described real estáte, The northwest quarter of the northwest quarler and the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter and the west half of the southwest quarter, excepting ten acres off from the west side, it beiug a strip of land ten rods in widthand extendiDg the en tire length of the said west half of the southwest quarter ■ also the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter, except flve acres iu the southeast corner thereot heretofore sold to John Covle said fiye acres beins; eight chains and thirtythrec links wide east and west and extending north of the same witli six chains, all on section number twelve, town one south of range üve east. Also elghteen acres o tl" from the north end of the west half of the northwest quarter of section number thirteen, in town pne south of range five east, described as follows: Beginniug at the northwest corner of the west half of the uorthwest quarter and running thence south on the west line of section, eight chains and seventy-seven links to the northwest corner of land'owned by Fred Grayer; thence east parallel with the north ine of section, twenty chains and lifty-one links to the east line of the west half rif the northwest quarter of said sectiou, as now found; thence north along said east line to the northeast corner o( said west half of the norlhwest quarter; thence west along the north line of said section to the place of beKinuing, containing eighteen acres of land more or less. CHAS. H. WORDEN, Exeoutor.


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