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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY ill TO I IM Kit , MONDAY; DECEMBER 13, 1920.
NO W FEELS LIKE OLD SELF AGAIN, HE SAYS 1: Never Felt Better In My Life Than Mow," Says Bangor Man Tanlac Ov ercomes Troubles : "The way I eat and sleep since taking Tanlac reminds me of the good old days of my boyhood " said Paul F. Aucoin, a valued employe in the round house of the Maine Central 'Railroad, residing at 40 ITnion street, Ganger, Maine, recently. Mr. Aucoin' has held his present position for twenty-seven years, and numbers his friends by the score. "Last winter I had influenza, and it is hardly worth while for me to try to tell just how I suffered, for only those who have had this trouble could understand how I got along. "Anyhow, my appetite failed me, my stomach got out of order, and I lost a lot of weight and became very weak. 1 couldn't sleep any to speak of, and always great emperor ana trie ciersy or aix-ki- Chnpelle (where .Charlemagne died and was buried in 814) gave It In 1S04 to Napoleon I. What H less well known is that Napoleon III. preserved this magic talisman, which assured, he said, the empire' to Its holder, In his bed chamber at the Tuilerles, at the head of his bed.,: , felt tired and worn out and just could not get in shape to go back to work. "Finally a friend told me about Tanlac and I decided to trv the medicine. ' Well. it wasn't long before I began to pick up.! I gained six pounds in weight in almost no time, and after that I came back to my old self rapidly. "I am eating like a wolf now, and everything agrees with me perfectly. Nights I sleep like a log, get plenty of rest and mornings when I start to work I feel like putting in a real day. "Jn fact, my improvement has been so great my wite says I look as .strong and healthy as 1 ever did, and I know she's right, for I never felt better in my life. 1 just want everybody to know Tanlac is what put mc back on my feet." Tanlac is sold in Brattleboro by the Brattleboro Drug Co., in South London derry by George G. Smith, in Jamaica by R. J. Daggett, in Townshend by Car- roll C. Robinson, in West Townshend by Grout & Dean, in Isewfane by W. P. Karnes, and in Putney by M. G. Wil-i hams. Adv. COME IN AND LOOK OVER THE New Woolens In aD the Latest Styles For Fall and Winter wear. The beat there U In Fine Custom Tailoring. PRICES ARE LOWER WALTER JL HAIGH Elliot Street FIRE and LIFE Insurance Strong, Reliable Companies Sanford A. Daniels Crosby Block, Brattleboro EXCLUSIVE UNDERTAKING EMBALMERS Automobile Service Tel, 261-W, BRATTLEBORO, VT. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. tR. X. L. TRACY, PhyzicUa and Surgeon, 214 laio St. Office hours: 8 to 9 a. m.. 1 to J p. tn., ta 8-W p" Tel' 256 tR B. E. WHITE, Phyiiclaa and Surg ecu. barber Building, Rooms 205 and 206. Hours: 5-3 and 7-8 p. m. Office tel., 717-Wj des., 717-R. R. O. B. HUNTER. Office at residence. West brattleboro Hours: 8 to 9 a. m. j 1 to 2, and fcJO to p. m. Telephone, 318. pR. THOMAS RICE, Physician and Surgeon. 1S3 Main St. Tel. 291. Office hours: 1 to 3, a ad in the evening. W.J. KAIITE, M. D Physician and Surgeon. tffice. Room 10. Ullery Building. Hours: 8.30 o SJ0; 1J0 to 3.00s 7 to 8. Office 'phone. 429-W. Residence, 75 Frost St. 'phone, 429-R. C ft. ALDRICH, M. D. Hours: 12.30 to 2.30, 4 to 8. Office 'phone. 165-W hours. 165-R. -r7 work a specialty. O. R. AHDERSONT-Surgeon and Physician. Surgery a specialty. Office and residence, Brooks House, 128 Main St. Hours: After noons, 1-30 to 3; evenings, 7 to 8, except Tues days and Fridays. Sundays by appointment only. 'Phone 246. DR. GRACE W. BURJTETT. Pbysician and Surgeon. Market Block, Elliot St. Office hours: 8 JO to 9 JO a. m.: 1J0 to 2J0, and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 7t V, , DR H P GREENE, 1 Hysldan and Surgeon. Office, Bank block. Ho rs: 9 JO to 10 a. rn., 1 ta 3, and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence, 88 Green St Telephone connection. ETV7ARD R. X.YHCH, M. IV Surgery a spe eUlty Office, Park Builds. 'Phone. 540 Hours, 1 to 4 p tn.; 7 to 9 p. m. Residenc Putney Road. Thone, 177. Sundays by ap pointment only,-, ......... DR. A. L MILLJtR, Hooker block, Brattlr bona. Office hours: 8 to 9. 1 to 2, 6J0 to 8. W.I R. VOTES, Jl. I- Eye, Ear, ITose anr Throat 9 to 12, 1 JO to 5. Wednesday and Sat urday evenings. Other hours and Sundays b? appointment. Appointment for glasses fitting made .by jnail or 'phone. American Bldg. DR. flEXRYTTJCXER. Residence, 12 Gror St; telephone, 258. Office, Leonard block Hours,: 1J0 to 3, and T to 8. Telephone, 29-W DR. i. U WATERMAN. Office. n7MatnSt Over Kuech's store. Hrs.: 1.30-3, 7-8. Tel. 42-W W.1 Rl LA5E, M. D, 117 Main St. Hours 1 to 3 and t to 8, except Sundays. Tel. 789-W. DR. C. G. WHEELER, Osteopathic Physician 110 Barber; Bldg. Office hours: 10 to U and J to 4. Treatment by appointment Tel. 219-W HASXIHS SCHWEHK, Attorney! ane Counsellors at Law. Brattleboro, Vt 10HW E. GALE, Attorney at Law. Guilford Vt. Telephone, 302-W. DR. G. F. BARBER, Dentist Union block Brattleboro. CHASE A HUGHES, Attorneys; practice it all State and U. S. Courts; 63 Main St. Tele photic, 914. I'RANK E. BARBER. Attorney at Law. Bar ber BniMing. Brattleboro. BARROWS & CO Wholesale and Retail Dealers ia coals of all kinds. Offica, 37 Mai St Brattleboro. BOIfD A SOB, Exclusive UndertakUtaj. Antr --Kii 'rnw Talechona. 24-W l , , "PHONE 354-W Moran & Rohde Funeral Directors Automobile Equipment 57 MAIN STREET ; Brattleboro, Vermont WHOLE, WORLD IN HIS DEBT Demise of General Gorgas Removed One Well Called a "Soldier of Humanity." The death In London of General Gorgas removes one to whom had been given the unofficial but deserved title of "the world's physician," says the New York Timjes. Ills epoch-making work In Cuba and at Panama gave him fame in all civilized lands as a master of sanitation and of scientific method. His genius In finally tracing the yellow fever germ to its true car rier and In devising and developing the sure means of extirpating It brought about In his lifetime the ful fillment of his own prophecy that cashes of yellow fever would become a medical rarity. It was Inevitable that after his amazing and complete success In Cuba and at the Canal zone his skilled services should be sought by other governments. In Guayaquil he demonstrated again his ability to rout yellow fever in one of its historic lairs, and In Souh Af rica he brought his knowledge and devotion into play. No one in his time approached him In the number of victories which he won over trop ical diseases. It was a dream of General Gorgas that the tropics might be made safe for the development of white civilization, and he did an Im mense deal to hasten its realization. The wide recognition which came to him while living and which Is feeling ly renewed now that he Is gone, was less of his scientific attainments, great s as they were, than of his achievements . as a soldier of humanity.' EVER READY TO HELP BLIND Americans Noted Everywhere for Their Generosity Humordus Lit tle Happening In Philadelphia. In every nook and corner of the globe one visits, the natives do not fail to tell you of the generosity of the American. The native will give a beggar a two centavo or two-centime piece, while an American will probably give 50 centavos or centimes. And Americans are not only generous, but ready to do a kind act. Right in the city of Philadelphia a person often sees a man or woman helping a blind person across the street. Probably, you would have done the helping If the other person had not been a few steps in front of you. - - The other day a gentleman saw a blind man walking In a circle and felt sorry for him. Walking promptly up, the good Samaritan-said : "Is there -any. way. In which I can help you?" Stopping in his tracks, the blind man replied: "Yes; you can take me to a restaurant and. fill me np." Philadel phia Record. Artistic Gem Recovered. , In June attention was called to the exhibition and subsequent sale of a picture catalogued as by Rembrandt entitled "Heraclitus and Democritus, the property of. Capt. Alston-Roberts-West, says the London Times. The picture - was covered with, such a thick coat of old varnish that Eng lish dealers were afraid ' to risk the chance of cleaning. Many good Judges were convinced that it was a genuine Rembrandt, and one of these declared that it was "not only by Rembrandt, but one of his masterpieces." The pic ture was bought for 4.800 guineas ($23.000) . by Mr. Goudstlkker of Am sterdam. .It has since been cleaned, and has been pronounced by an expert to be a . splendid example of a Rem brandt about 1660. Excellent Artificial Milk. In Japan there Is said to be a very satisfactory, substitute for milk, Just as the hut margarines are a substi tute for butter. Cows are very scarce in Japan and the people are using an artificial milk derived from the soy bean. The bean is, first soaked and then boiled - until the liquid turns white, when sugar and phosphate of potash are added. The boiling is re sumed until the liquid has the ap pearance of. ordinaiy condensed milk. When water-is added soy milk Is hard ly to be distinguished from fresh cow's milk. DENIES TELEPHONE RAISE. Not He. Blr. J. came home from work to find Mrs. J. In an unusually" good humor. "Oh. Jack," she began In her most honeyed tones, "I went shop ping today and I found a perfect duck of a hat for only $370." Mr. J. looked over the top of his paper. "Well," he returned dryly, "I'm not going to be a goose' and buy it for you." New Artificial Silk. Animal muscular fiber is the pecu liar material of an artificial silk. The cementing material Is dissolved away, and the separated fiber Is then straightened In a suitable liquid.' Fi bers several inches long are said to have been obtained. These are woven in the usual way, and. If desired, the fabric may be waterproofed by Im pregnation with rubber. . Such silk is claimed to be not very expensive, arid uayicu lur, euiu jui puses u uiauia' j tlon and balloon cloth. stlfigisst Kerton. A man in our neighborhood recently became Independent by receiving a good position and at the end of the first week's pay his father presented him with a bill containing the expense of the young man ever since he was born. Including the expense of the at tending, physician when he. came Into the world; this was all added up and compound interest was, charged.. The boy without a murmur .has begun to pay it nil back to his father. The amount would buy a nice home. Chi cago "American. Charlemagne Relic to Reims. . The Reims treasure, so severely im periled during, the German bombard ment, has been enriched by a precious jewel of the ninth, or maybe the eighth century, a generous gift of the Em press Eugenie, says Le Moniteur de la Bijouterie in an article by the "Jew eler's Circular." The matter in ques tion is the reliquary of Charlemagne, a round capsule of gold encircled with precious stones, in the . middle of i which, made out of two hollowed out j sapphires, a piece of the true cross is Inclosed. I It waa found on the neck of the ' "Pape,'s Cold. Compound", is " Quickest Relief Known " Don't star suffed up! Quit blowing aiid snuffling! A "dose 'of "Pane's Cold C'oraiMiund'' takrn every two hours un til throe closer are taken usually breaks any cold rifiht up. I he very hrst dose orwMiH docsed nos trils and the air nasKasres of the head: stops nose running: relieves the head ache, dullness, feverish ness. 'T'ape's Co'd Compound" costs only without; assistance. tastes nice, - contains a few cents at drug stores. It arts u ijiunifie-r-InsLst . upon Rape's! Adv. Thomas T. Brittan Fire Accident Insurance Liability Life Wilder Bldg., Brattleboro New England Manager Predicts Lower Living Costs In -1921. BOSTON, Dec. 13. The request of the telephone operators' union for an in crease in wages was denied Saturday by William It. Driver, jr., general man ager of the New England Telephone and Telegraph Co. who said his decision was based on what appeared to be conclusive evidence of a recession of living costs in "If the coming months demonstrate that I am wrong we can talk the matter over," he added. The statement said the revests, if granted, would involve an add r ion of $5,000,000 a year for operators alone and that if consideration were given also to other employes, the increase wou'd amount to S 0.000,000 a year or about r() per cent of the present payrolls of the New England and the Providence tele phone companies, which would make higher rates from telephone subscribers necessary. TO DROP OFFICE-SEEKING. CAN'T ENFORCE BLUE LAWS. I Wilmington Police Refuse to Arrest on Request of Ministers. WILMINGTON, Del., Dec. 13. The first effort hereabout to enforce at least some blue laws failed yesterday. The po lice told a ministerial association commit tee that no arrests would be made for vio lation of the ancient statutes without the orders of the police commission. S. K. Smith, president of the commission, de clared himself against the movement. Ministers plan to use members of their congregation as amateur detectives to get evidence of law violations in order t3 force the police to act. Governor Smith of New York Going Back Into Trucking Business. ALBANY. Dec. 13. Gov. Alfred E. Smith announced here yesterdav that on Jan. 2, the day after he is succeeded as governor of New York by Nathan L. Miller, he will become chairman f the board of directors of the United States Trucking corporation, probably the larg est commercial trucking organization in the world. "I have now completed the circle from the trucking business back to the trucking business," the governor said. "It was the first business I was ever engaged irr." While the governor did not definitely say-so, it is believed that his aecentnnw of the chairmanship of the corporation marks his permanent retirement from pub lic life after 25 years of continually hold ing some sort of public office." Copper as Money. It Is not so very long ago that cop per was used In Sweden as the chief medium of exchange, and at times m chants bad to take wheel barrows wl h them when they went to receive pay ment of considerable sums. TWELVE BEARERS FOR FAT MAN. J. II. Krrbeck. Weighing 610 Pounds, Claimed to Be Champion of World. SACRAMENTO, Calif., Dec. 13. Twelve pallbearers were required at the funeral of Joseph II. K rebeck, held here. Krebetk, who claimed to be the champion fat man of the world, weighed (4 pounds. A specially constructed casket was necessary. Send Your Faded Garments by Parcel Post to The National Dyeing and Bleaching V orks Garment Dyers ASIIUELOT, NEW HAMPSHIRE Prompt Service Reasonable Prices Efficient Workmen Price-list sent on application. Our Satisfied Customers Are Our Greatest Asset. To Maaff Tako 35a par Bottlo si Christmas Suggestions We offer something new in the way el a Christmas gift. Why not give a Ford Touring Car or Runabout? If not a car, the first payment on one for early Spring de livery. We also suggest something in the line of accessories spot light or other things too numerous to mention. . JOHN E. SMITH & COMPANY BRATTLEBORO GARAGE Will Be Distributed to Members of the ;. 1920 Ch ristmas savings o Club BY The Brattleboro Trust Company ON DECEMBER 15 Final Payments Must Be Made Before 9 P. M. December 11 The 1921 Club Opens December 13 WHY NOT JOIN? Money for next year's Chrislmas is easily saved by this plan. Let us tell you about it Brattleboro Trust Company one W. Clancy 0 sir Kids He Also Was In Father's Own Hands By PERCY L. CROSBY UoprrtKtai.br U MoClarg KtpaprSra4.au ' ' I Mifiui lu I POP 'CMC IW0UL0NT GMCMCTHtS NCTZ h -"CJlP " VMS CO TO SCHOOL -J TO Ccu TO Y0V PAPV ' (XSl - - . M y GOTC ' X Wmmk " 7 k Mil IASt. him the Rer of.hu ure- Wi ,4gfM"J e .