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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, SATURDAY, .MARCH 12, 1021.
1 5 i focal wearers are appreciating inure ami more the superiority of Kryptoks. Modern eyeglass efii ieney demands appearance as well as comfort in two-sight glasses. Ordinary bifocals, with the lines or humps on their lens surfaces, are unsightly and do not measure up to present-day stand ards of popular taste and refine ment. Kryptok Glasses, by invisibly combining two sights in a single pnir of lenses, remove the popular objection to double-vision glasses. I 'i this respect their merit is uniiue. Demand the full measure of bi focal efficiency. Iet eyeglass ap pearance as well as optical cur- light l ctness in your two- a- If you are in need of optical serv ice or advice if any kind come in ami see us. We arc always pleased to be of service to you. Vaughan & Burnett OPTOMETRISTS 141 Main Street CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT AILOU 139 Main Street il EXCLUSIVE UNDERTAKING EMBALMERS Automobile Service Tel. IM-W BRATTLEBORO, VT. PROFESSIONAL! CARDS. DR. E. L. TRACY, Plyeidai ana Sufcem, 214 Main St. Office hours: g to 9 ft. m.. 1 to 3 p. m.. to b.ju p. m. ici. oo DS 3 E. WHITE, PhyricUm and Soreson. Barber BuiUdnf, Room 25 and 04. Uiur: !-3 sod 7-8 p. tn. Offico tel.. 717 -W ret.. 717-R. D5. C. B. HUITTER. Ofiic at rssldonc?. Welt BrattleboTO. Hcurs: 8 to 9 a. m.j 1 to 3, aad 6 JO to 6 p. in. Telephone, 318. Dk. THOMAS RICE, Pbyilctaa and Sarseam 153 Main St. Tel.. 291. Offica bourt: 1 to 3, 6ud in the evening. W. J. KAIJKE, M. V., Phyaician and Sargeca. Office, Koom 10, Ullery Building. Houri: 8.30 to 9.30; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8. Office 'phone, Residence, 75 Frost St., 'phone, C. R. ALDRICH, M. D. Hour.: 12.30 to 2.30, 7 to 8. Office 'phone, 165-Wi houia. 165-R. X-ray worlc a specialty. C. R. ANDERSON, Surgeon ana Payaician. Sargery a specialty. Office and residence, Brooks House, 123 itain St. Hours: After noons, 1.30 to 3; evenings, 7 to 8, txcept Tues days and Fridavs. Sundays by appointment ouly. 'Phone 24o DR. GRACE, W. litjRlf ETT, Physician and Surgeon.. MarVet i-'oclc, Elliot St. Oflice hours: 8.30 to 9.30 a. rr. ? 1.30 to 2.31, and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone, 744-V." DR. H. PTGREEMETPtt ciaa dTSiugeoa. Office, Bank block. Houi..: 9.39 to U a. m 1 to 3, and 7 to 8 p. m. Residmce, 88 Gretn St. Telephone connection. EDWARD R. LYNCH, M. D. Surgery a spe cialty. Office, Park Building. 'Phone, 540. Hours, 1 to 4 p. in.; 7 to 9 p. m. Residence, Putney Road. 'Phone, 177. Sundaya by ap pointment only. DR. boro. A. X. MILLER, Hooker block, Brattie Office hours: 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6.30 to 8. W. R. HOYES, M. D., Physician aii1 Srrgpou, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses titteil. llrs. V-12, 13-5. Wed, and Sat. Eve. Am. lilda- I)R. HENRY TUCKER. Residence, llGrove St.; telephone, 25.. Office, Leonard block. Hours: 1.30 to 3. and 7 to 8. Telephone, 29-W. rlR. H. L. WATERMAN. Office, 117 Main St. Over ivuech's store. Hrs.: 1.30-3, 7-8. Tel. 42-W. W. R, LANE, M. D, 117 Main 1 to 3 and 7 to 8, except Sundays. St Hours: TeL 789-W. IR. C. G. WHEELER, Osteopathic Physician, 110 Barber Bldg. Office hours: 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. Treatment by appointment. Tel. 219-W. HASglNS & SCHWEKZ, Attorneys and Coun sellors at Law. Brattleboro, Vt. 10EN E. GALE, Attorney Vt. Telephone. 302-W. at Lav. Guiliord, DR. G. F. BARBER, Brattlehoro. Dentist. Union block. FRANK E. BARBER, Attornoy at Law. ber Building, Brattlehoro. Bar- O. B. HUGHES, Lawyer. Telephone 1106-W. 212 Barber building. BARROWS & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in coals of all kinds. Odice, 37 Main Sc., Brattlehoro. BOND & SOW, Exclusive Undertskicg. mobile service. Telephone. 2S-4-W. Auto- 'PHONE 354-W Morati & Rohde Funeral Diredcffs Automobile Equipment 57 MAIN STREET Brattleboro, Vermont PETE HOPKINS Relates Inkwell Episode Montpeelyu, Mar. 7. Dear Jim : Didnt rite last weke, Yer see it hupned this way. Bill trasy wuz beer frum jun sun, kinder lookin ter gitter rase in hiz pay lofig ther rest uv them Staets turueys. I'.ill sed az how thay left it all ter hiin an he bed set ther thing up so ther kudnt help but win. So he invited me upter stay ovur sunday with him. Waal i went. Rills wief want ter hoam an i didnt fele like ritin. liill izzer grate teller, let 3 Jill tell it. (Juess he wuzzer kinder wurried fur fere hi, wief wuld rim agin hist falls Hill sez Carry Nashun haint gut enny thing on lit :-. liolf series, clare Powell, frank Tomsun an Dave portur hedder conferense hear tother nite. It muster ben kwite impor tant fer thay didnt git thru till near mornin. Seen Chansy brownell frum Berlintun kuminin in on tlier trans. Chansy wuzrer a cryin with ther teres ruunin doawn his chekes as fast as jon Southik ku!l wipe em away. "Thot sum ov biz narest relativs must be ded. Whats ther matter sez 1 ter Chansy, kinder simpa thizin lick. Waal, sez Chansy I me felin ser sad bekose Hill Mekkillup didnt git leetetl mayer. He wuzzer goin ter fix things rite fer my lectric rode, an now Ive gutter go iuter bankrupsy. Gess them voter up ter Mart Villasses toawn must be gittin outer o. p. Smif kombernashun. After turnin doawn Hill an littel Hcvi all in wan yere thay otter hav a medul frum kongras. ( Jim. weve ben a havin a baluvatieni here Ther old He gard a int. u i nt ii'.esed with ther cuvner. ser kind an jeutle as thay tliot. Fer a tiein thay didnt kno jest whatter du. Then Stod bates rekruted a galyant army konsisten ov hisslf an feeld marshul an jenerul kady ov Mid dulbury, boo bez a distingiiisht servus HINSDALE, N II. George E. Green. George E. Green, the oldest man in town, died in his home in North Hins dale. Thursday night at VMO o'clock. Ir Mr. Green had lived two days longer he would have been !2 years old. A shock caused his death, but he had been ill three months, the last six weeks of which he was confined to his bed. Horn in Oakham, Mass., in 120 Mk Green va one of eight children of Charles 15. and Catherine (Bryant) Green. He came to this town 'M years ago from North Brooktield, Mass.. where he was inspector of shoes in a faetory. While in this town lie carried on his farm. I located near the monument in North Hinsdale. Sixteen years ago the late Frank H. AVhite took charge of the farm fur Mr. Gren. In isfit; Mr. Green married Miss Helen Barrett of this town. cars ago. Mr. Green She died several served three years in 1 he Civil war. He was a highly respected citizen and was very active through his advancing years. He was so careful of his personal appearance and was so active that he seemed many ears younger. This was a matter of pride to him, too. and he was almost offended when the Post cane, for the oldest man in town, was presented to hint two years ago. He refused to ac cept the cane, saying he did not need it. He was an expert card player and en joyed games with his numerous friends and neighbors. He was a great lover of birds and knew practcially all kinds that in habit this vicinity. For the past 40 years Mr. Green had ber-n a member of the Knights of Pythias in North I'rookline. Mass. He leaves two sisters, Mrs. Elvira Todd of Easton, Pa., and Mrs. Flora Arnold of Stratford, Coiiu., also three nephews and three nicTs. The funeral was held in the home Sat urday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. C. F. Mclntire. pastor of tiie Cniversalist church, officiating. The burial took place in Pine Grove cemetery. Ernest Morrill of Springfield, Mass.. visited friends in town two days last week. i E. C. Robertson, who has been very ill in New York for about two weeks, is im proving .slowly. John il. Snow of Worcester Polytechnic institute has been spending a few days a I his home here. Dono Bergeron and Charles Boy, jr., went last Saturday to New York city for a visit cf a week. Several members of Spiakheag tribe, No. 27. I. O. II. M., attended the meeting of the Connecticut Valley Bed Men's association in Springfield, Mass., Satur day. .Miss S. M. Elizabeth Barrett, formerly of this town, and who owned a residence' j opp isite W. J. Bailey's residence ou the ' Brattleboro road, was found dead in her home at l.TT Warren avenue, Boston, last Saturday. iuite a large number of townspeople attended the public welfare meeting which was held in the town hall Monday eve ning. The speakers. Judge Chester B. .Ionian and Miss Grace L. liiehaidson of the Public Service bureau of Keene, gave very interesting and helpful talks. Mr. Jordan spoke briefly of the local nurse problem and explained the constitutional amendments. Mi.ss Richardson explained the visiting nurse association. The annual St. Patrick's entertainment and dance under the auspices of St. Jo seph's parish will be, given in the town ball Thursday evening. March 17. A turkey supper with all the lixin's will be served in the dining room from ."i.oO until all are served. The entertainment will c.m.sist of the play entitled The Shamrock and the Bose, and will be followed by dancing until 1 o'clock. Ice cream, tlow ers. etc.. will lie on sale at booths in the ha'.l during the evening. . Has Her Limousine. Customer "This is the shoe you adver tised as fit for a millionaire's wife and look at it the sole worn through after only a month's use. Dealer "Ah, well; you see a million c.ire's wife doesn't need to do much walk ing." Boston Transcript. '"' "' "' " 1 ' ' i JUJJJSMMM11J " ""U'-MyJ" M "-'"f" TTiWMsmjsWsWiJMMMMiJsMsB tf" " ' " UK) L u6' ) 5" 1?: Wooff riHg- act Win that k"-kino ff Clancy Knilf 1 Ot f7f baje fer servis ter ther old gard. an ter gethcr thay mailer attak on ther dugout v hare Sunny Jim hez hiz hedwarters. Thay gut past ther 'wire entangubiient an sprized Julis Wilkox an ther guvner plannin a flank movemeuikt with Hill hol len frum Masserchoosets. Lookin up an seeui ther enemy rite in frunt ov him Sunny Jim kalied fer reinforcements an iu kum laffin Charley forbs. Ther guv ner bed left fred Kressy ter gard ther dors soNt Stod kudnt git in sudden liek. but fred bein deef didnt here stods army when it inarcht past. Surrendur, sed Stod! 1 want, sez ther guvner. Whot hev yer ben sayin bout me, sez Stod. Ive ben sayin that yove bilt all them good rodes in Orlecns kounty just fur to giev ther ruin runners a good start ter git doawn thrugh ther staet. sed ther guvner, you think you wan ter good rode sost you ken git inter Canedy jest az you wanter, an not gin us ennything. You doant hatter hav rode.s in Springfeel, sez Stod. youve gut enuf stills so yer doant hafter go inter Canedy, ycu an herb Hlanchard. All the tiem twas gitten a little hotter, an Stod was edjin a little eloster. All ov a suddin ther giivner started an ink baraje jin Stod sent jeneral Kady. ter bring up bis reserves, consistin ov Charlev Gaits and Kurt l.mry. Kady kudnt find em. You see whiel thay wuz a waten fer orders thay seen Allan Fletchur a walkin up an doawn ther Korrider. Helen blazes, sed Kurt, Doant kno boo she wuz, but that whot he sed, an then and gstes run in thrugh ther waten room and doawn stares. 1 hay bed bed sum sperience with Flechtur. Thare wuz liuthin fer Stod ter do but a retrete, Looks zif we bed sum guvner nftur all. yures Trulev. l'ETLU HOPKINS. P. s. (He Martin Lufer flint tlier only wun that thru an ink well at ther devil. west Gni.Fonn. Mfs. V. M. Akley is ill. Charley Cox ha lini.-,hed work for Ora Hojile in Dover and returned to his home. Mrs. E it intr her family. . O. Smith of S sister, Mrs. F. prinefiehl is vis C. Wright, ;ind Alfred Carix'iiter last week with his .ils. and family. of i Greenfield spent umle, Austin Nich- Julius Tuccr and family attended the funeral !a-t Friday in l'nttlehoro of liis cousin, .Sir. Graven. The annual suuir siipier was served in the church vestry la.st week Wednes day evenin'4. The j,roeeed of iijt) was tiiven to K. U. Thomas's family. The women met in the afternoon and tied a iiuilt for Mrs. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. .1. K. Pendleton nt Guilford. Conn., and Mr. and. Mrs. Hiehmond Thomas of Ware. Mass.. came Monday to spend a few days with Mrs. Thomas's parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. B. Thomas and attend their golden wedd i n.x a n n i versa ry . A surprise vii: was niven Mr. and Mrs. I'M ward Moseman Saturday ern inr, when '20 of their neighbors gathered at their home. (lames were played and refreshments of andwiehes, eake coffee were served. They were sented a sum of money from the letie elub. and WIlITlN(iIIAM. Mrs. Grace erwood returned to New York last .cek. Miss l.eah Gillett is spending the week with friends in Wilmington. Mrs. Celestia Kent held, who lias been ill with crip tlm past week, is ln'tter. Arthur essell of Waltham, Mass , visited bis sister, Mrs. B. A. HosMaeUl. recent ly. Mrs. G. H. Wheeler was in Jackson ville Monday night and Tuesday help ing care lor her brother, Joseph Good l.ow, who is ill. A number of invited guests were en tertained at a card party at C. E. Put nam's Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Eutber Boyd, Mrs. Clara I!oyd and son, Merton. drove to Itrat tlelxiro by automobile Wednesday. Arthur Demiiig is in SheHmi ne Falls, Mass., where he arrived lioin Iowa with a carload of' horses which he bought her. in eomuanv with Kobert llillmui of Shelburne Falls. David Heed of this I town took his team of horses there a i few ilavs ago and traded them to Ih tii ' ing and Hillinan for a team of the Western horses. J. B. Gillett has I traded one of his black horses lor one "1 I lie lil t " (.KEEN BIVEIt. j Merrill Miner is assisting Burt Davis in 'getting ready for sugaring. George Eynde and Mrs. Marion Cutting spent the weck-eud in Bernardston, Mass. I Wallace Johnson lost his favorite horse ilast week, while visiting in Williamsville. I Mrs. Wilbur Burnett is helping care for ber sister, Lilla Burnett, in the llar- risville neighborhood. i Henry Legate is recovering from his recent accident ami is able to attend to j thy chores and drive about. I George. Kinny was called t Ashfiehl, Mass., last week by the illness of bis brother, Frank Kinny. The brother died suddenly Thursday morning. The body was placed in the tomb to await burial in Holly, Mass., their old home town, in ;the spring. SOUTH HALIFAX. Bixby is at his lumber job this Mr. week. Harry Monday Forest parents, Valley Murdock was on business. Stone is ill at Mr. and Mrs. Brattlehoro the home of his N. G. Stone. school wili hold an entertain- ment Friday the program served. An evening. March 18. After light refreshments will be admission of 13 cents will be charged to be used for the benelit of the school. Everybody cordially invited. WARDSBOBO. Otis Heffl 'n is assisting M. E. John son in his store. Dr. O. Ii. HeU'on was a business vis itor in Brattlcboro Monday and Tuesday. Miss Grace Cutting of East Jamaica is visiting her cousin Mrs. M. II. Glea-son. Miss Evelyn Dexter boro is visiting her Of West Wards-1 unit, Mrs M. L. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. John Peck wid children iriends here of East Jamaica called on Tuesday. Mrs. O. V. Hellion was called to Shel don by the illness of her mother, Mrs. Philena Beed, Wednesday. Ik E. Perry of Pikes. Palls spent the first of the week with his daughter, Mrs. M. II. Gleason, and Mrs. Perry. Representative M. II. Gleason, who was at his home the past week, re turned to Montpelier Saturday Mrs. Anna Richmond, district deputy president, of Brattlehoro is expected to meet with Colfax Rebekah lodge Thurs day, March 17. Miss Edith Kidder, who has been working in Framiughani, Mass., since last fall and is now teaching in South Windham, was at her home from Friday to .Sunday. SOl'TII WARDSBORO. John Eowe is ill. Dr. O. V. Hefflon aiu'iius mm. i Miss Bernice Cobb is ill with chicken pox. The other children have recovered. Mrs. Annie Clark of Nashua, X. II., is visiting her sister, Mrs. F. . Gould, and Mrs. John Shampine. I. K. Webster has sold his farm to M. P. DeEong of Bridgewater. Mr. JleEong expects to come here about May . Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Severance ami children of Sitnonsviile spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Gould. Robert Stocker. Carroll Cobb. Eeona Cobb and Beatrice -Cobb returned to their school in Brattlehoro Monday aft er a week's vaeatiou. I Ida. Nettie and Arthur Scranton of Brattlehoro spent last week in the fam ily of their brother. Ethan Scranton, and sister, Mrs. Frank Duby. GRAFTON. Mr. and Mrs. Eee Willard are moving to the Bashaw farm. Priscilla G ive has been ill several days with tonsiiit is. Clinton Blood has been very ill. He is still in a ciitical condition. George Hobart of Bellows Falls spent the wek-end at. his home here. Iliward Eddy, Edwin Lawrence and William Wilson have returned to their work for the government. Ralph Wilson returned to Washing ton. 1. C. last Wednesday after spend ing a month ;it his home here. Mrs. George Grafton Wilson of bridge. Mass.. left Thursday. "She a few days at Bellows Fails as a of .Mrs. Albert Rice. Cam- SlK'llt guest WESTMINSTER. The Westminster basketball team will play a team from Cimriestown in the Westminster town hall Saturday even ing. March V2. A da:ic! will follow the game. The Mount Ilermon glee club will give a concert at the town hall March 34 at S ftVlock under the auspices of the Y. 1. S. C. E. A sugar supper will follow the concert. John ietmski cut his foot badly Sat urday while chopping wood. A physician was called at once and several stitches were taken. It is thought that the Tn.t will not be crippled. A (iiaiice, for Co-ordination. (Bar re Times.) The niovr mailo by G v. rhixter of Maine to co-operate with the federal au thorities to check the transjioraion of Ca nadian lhp:or across Maine territory fur nishes a suggestion for Governor Jlart ness of Vermont. There probably is as much rum-running through Vermont as there is in .Maine, largely perhaps be cause the highways of travel from Ca nadian points to the larger cities are shorter -and more- easily traversed. Gov ernor Baxter of Maine. Governor Brown of New Hampshire and Governor Hart ness of Vermont ought to co-ordinate in this work. Mr i ho Rose E. Porcer, of Chicago, ft sio.ono in 'trust f, r ber ooo- I. oie fiog. stipulated that the animal should be provided with a daily bath, plenty y( sausages, a lighted Christmas tree, a clean blanket, and a'.l the com forts of home. Mops iho aches that fellow exposure SUDDEN changes of weather or exposure to cold and wet, etart rheumatic twinges and make your "bones ache." Sloan's Liniment brings warmth, comfort and quick relief to lame back, stiff joints, epraina, strains, soreness. Penetrates without rubbing. All druggists 35c, 70c, $1.40. EX-MAYOR SHOUTS EDITORIAL "GLORY-BE" Glad to Got Back to Newspaper After Six Years 'as "Public Fool wiper." MARION, S. C, March 12. A po liceman's lot, sang the pirate chasers in the old operatic satire, is not a appy one; but compared to the jub of-biiug mayor of this town the "bobbies" .of the song were without a care in the opin ion or Palmer W. Johnson, just back to private life after six years as public foot-wi p ." to use his own expression. His re! ireiiiem, Mr. Johnson announce-: j .'. fully, was "by nsiuest. The folks indicated that they didn't want him us mayor again by voting him down, and as editor fit the .Marion Star the ex mayor promptly .shouted editorially, "Glory be!" "One," said Mr. Johnson commenting on was of his fellow townsmen during his six years in otliee and employing the plural tense sacred to editors and kings "calhil us a gentleman and was prompt ly slugged by one who suid we were a bum. They heaped all the trebles of t he iverse upon our weary ba d pate and unive then they lifted all our burdens from us I by beatin us at an election Glory be." Here are some of the things tne ex mayor noted during bis six years as "the public complaint box and foot wiper."' "We have settled land dispute, faiu i'y disputes, ilog disputes and some un fair accounts. "We have been insulted, disgusted, spat uikhi and imposed upon. "We have locked up culprits for wrong doing and then envied theni their place of limbo. "We have been blamed for (topped sewers, blocked streets, heavenly show ers, poor telephone service and the pres ent price of cotton. "We have been cursed for cutting down trees and threatened with death for allowing other trees to stand. "We have been blacklisted tor the bum work of one policeman and ostracized for the sterling work of another. "We have been called a liar until we almost believe it. "We have become widely known as a grand rascal, an arch criminal, a d"s oerado, a policy-plu ver and a biggoted fwd. "We have been accused of attempting to give the Presbyterian church title to the town ball. "Mothers accused us of over-running the town with dog and dog owners Lamed l's with the deluge of babies. "One bunch wanted hogs in town white raassEaeaosarasa 1 PyNflAfll ACL vance w AT GREAT REDUCTION Just received shipment of Women's Oxfords, smart appear ing models in black kid and calf, also dark tan calf leathers, all welt soles, new cuban and military heels. All sizes. Excellent values. Mail and phone orders promptly filled. Special sale price, p?Jr Dunham another said there, were too many hogs already. "They cursed our name when mosquito tune came. "Thev yelled at us when the ditches i ran over after having been tilled to ca pacity by the good I,ord. "Thev blamed us for the many peeu- ! liarities of their neighbor's chickens. dog. man servant, nianl servant ami mule. "When the baby bad whopping cough it wa because- we allowed the north wind to blow, and when it had colic it v.-as because we allowed dope fiends to exhaust the supply of paregoric at the drug stores." AFTER CIIl'RCH PROPERTY. Mexican Officials Bring Suits to Recover It from Catholic Church. MEXICO CITY. Feb. 21 (Correspond ence of Associated Press). Representa tives of the Mexican government have brought suits iu the states of Oaxaca. Michoacau and Jalisco, to bring under federal control church property which is alleged to belong to the Catholic clergy in violation of the Mexican constitution. Under the constitution the Catholic clergy are not allowed to own or administer church property. It is alleged that the property owned by the Catholic clergy has been placed in -dergT B i : Mi that nnmePOu8 other simila; ;on the hands cf lay societies which, in IS ions are contemplated to divest these alleged societies of property, the value of which is estimated in millions of pesos. The actions just brought are based on the precedent set by the Mexican supreme court in its decision in January, last in the case against the Society of Piety whose holdings in. the state of Puebla val ued at more than 20,fKM).00 pesos was ordered to be returned to the Mexican government. The supreme court in that case ruled that the Society of Piety was controlled by the Catholic clergy. JAP. FISHER SETTLEMENT. Possibility Tliat One May Be Established in South America. RT'ENOS AIRES, March 12. Jap anese fishermen may emigrate to South America to settle here and engage in their industry. A representative of the lish cries department of Japan, named Yogui, is travelling through South America in vestigating the fishing industry of various counrties with a view to the possibility of the emigration and settlement of Jap anese fisher folk. He is now visiting Rnenos Aires where he has been given full information on the Argentine fish industry by the ministry' of agriculture. He intends next to visit P.razil. Ui to and including the year 1751, the English year did nor begin on January 1st as it floes now. but on the feast of the Annunciation, March 25. TsjjsgwMtenj.Aw wEia IU Showing omen s uxtof All New 1921 Models Cuban and Military Heels On Display in Our South Window "Home of Lower Prices" ffother! COMPLETE CURE OF INDIGESTION Cue Box ef "FRUIT-A-TIVES" cr "Fruit Liver Tablels" Brought P.elief -sS i, t iViU-IAM GALE SKtPHERO Old Chatham, Columbia Co.,N. Y. 'I was bothered with Constipation, Liver Trouble and Indigestion for three years ; and tried all kmds of medicine with no relief. I was so bad I would hare a dull, heavy feeling in the pit of my itrm,nch : peneral v about three or four hours after eating. I saw advertised in the "Troy Times" VFruit-a-tives' and sent to R. W. Seymour's drug store in Chatham and bought two 50c. boxes. Before I had finished oi.e Ijox, I was relieved, and now have no more trouble. I can eat anything I desire. I would advise anyone in the same condition as I was, to take 'Fruit-a-tives' ; it is a God-seud, and I would not be without 'Fruit-a-tives' in the house". WILLIAM GALE SHEPHERD. 50c. a box, G for $2.50, trial size 25c. At dealers or from FREIT-A-TIVES Limited, OGDEXSBURG, N. 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