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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1922.
ISEiflLE FOR 10 YEARS "F ruit-8-ties" Restored Her Strength and Vilaiiiy MoriTo.vvii.i.!:, (ni:oLL Co., y. II. "1 was sill run down. an.1 vik wai V.-u.l M.iir to , J ..;;;: osIiuit, It!' t.l 1 ii f Olii ,?;J. V.y heart t was t w o ;. j. ago that I was ia this i-.uH(l;":oti ;u;. be;Mit ltiu.use of "i i ui; a :..'-,";, which vrovti the very i r:n !y I required. I was freed cfiiiO In'li',''vti on, which I at t ril ;it el 1o ray L:';rl ; and I tioul-lv ive.-::rnfM!.l ' c.ui conscien-Truit-a-li ves' the r-Tc:.t Fruit Mt u'iinc". Mrs. I'ltAXK W. V.'ALtACE. COc a Vox, (i lor .f2."0, trial size 2Gc. A l dealers or iVom l'U (.Tf-A-TIVE3 Limited. OUDEX.SUUKG. X."S. lias Cards Send BETTER Christmas Cards this year by picking them out sooner. The early shopper gets the cream of the selection. Your cards will be the envy of your friends, and save you all that eleventh hour bother you had last December. See our fine selection today. Hopkins the Florist Inc. 8 1 1 IOND S i'SSON r'3 5" lilTTLUBOROVT. I'M PROFESSIONAL CARDS. FRANK A. SHOW, Violin Teacher. Tel. 67VM. 13 Putngy Road. DR. W. I). LAHBERTON, Veterinarian. O.T.ce at Tucker's Livery Stable, Fiat St. TeU129. THOMAS RICE, II. D. Cutler Block. Oiiice hours: 1 to 3 and 7 to S p. m. ' DR. E. L. Tracy, Physician and Saieeoa, 214 Main St. Office hours: 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m.. 7 to f .3 p. ra. Tel. 256. - BYRON E. W'HITE, Physician and Surgeon, Office and Residence, Pentlaud Block. Hours 7-b a. in.. 1--2 and 6-8 p. m 'Phone 717. DR. G. B. HUNTER. OtBce Leonard Block. Residence. West and 7 to 8 p. ci. 318 R Offire. Brattleboro. Hours: 1 tc 3 Telephone 318-W Residence, W. J. EAINE, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Of??, kor.tu 10. IMierT building. Hours: 8. 30 to 9.30; 1.J0 to 3; 7 to 8. OSes 'phone 4J9-W. Refidence, 91 Frost St., 'phone 4,'Q-U. C. R. ALDRICH, M. D. Hours: 12.30 to 2J0. 7 to 8. O.nce 'phone 16S-W; house, 363-R. X-ray work a spetialty. ' G. R. ANDERSON, Surgeon nd Phyiician. Surgy a specialty. Office and residence. Brooks House, 123 Main St. Hours: After noons, 1.30 to 3. evenings 7 to 8, except Tues days and Fridays. Sundays by appointment onir. 'Phone 2-.6. DR. GRACE W. BURNETT, Physician and Surgeon. Market Block. Elliot St. Office hours: 8.33 to 9.30 a. m.;.1.30 to 2.30. and 7 to p. m. Telephone 744-W. Electrical treatments fciven. DR. H. P. GREENE, Physician ad Surgeon. Oiiice. Bank block. Hours: 1.30 to I, and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence. 83 Green St. Telephone connection. Mornings and Sunday by ap pointment only. EDWARD R. LYKCH, M. D. Surgery a spe cialty. Office, Park Building. 'Phone. 540. Hours: 1 to 4 p. m., 7 to 9 p .m. Residence, Tutney P-oad. 'Phone, 177. Sundaya by ap- pointrr.ent only. DR. A. I. MILLER, Hooker block, Brattle boro. O.Tice hours: 8 to 9, 1 to 2. 6.30 to 8. W. R. HOYES, M. T., Pbyslcian and Surgeon, Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses fitted. Hrs 9 -12j12-S- Wed. and Sat Eve. Am. Bldg. DR. H. L. WATERMAN. Office, il7 Main St. Over Kuech's store. Hrs.: 1-30-3. 7 8 Tel. 42-W. W. H. LANE, M. D., 117 Main St. Hours: 1 o 3 and 7 to 8. except Sundays. Tel. 789-W. DR. C. G. WHEELER, Osteopathic Physician, 110 Barber Bid?. Office hours: 10 to 12 aod 2 to 4. Treatment fcy appointment. Tel. 219-W nASKIFS & SCHWEKK, Attorney! and Counsellors at Law. Brattleboro, v't. FRANK E. 3ARBER, Attorney at Law. Bar ber building, Brattleboro. 6. B. HUGHES, Lawyer. 212 Barber Build- ir.sr. Teh-phone U06-W. '-. - - - -' ' ' IfARROWS -& CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in coals Ot all kinds. Office, 37 Main St., Br?.ttleNro. - - BOND & SON, Exclusive Undertaking. Auto mobile service, leiepnone vv . PHONE 354-W Moran & Rolide . Funeral Directors Automobile Equipment 7 GROVE STREET Just West of Parish House Brattleboro, Vt. ; ADVERTISEMENTS- Feminine Large towels that are worn in the middle may be cut in two ami hemmed, thus iroijnging their usefulness. These small towels are useful tor many iur- Have you visited the llest Itooin in the rhnerson building and " ins'peeted the lovely hand-made things for sale, there? Handsome embroideries, knitted and cro chi'led articles 1 and . fancy novelties of many kinds, make a very pleasing assort ment for those in search i gilts. When siiiooth-e cutting a meringue pie g; knifi? and butter it. .This, makes a clean cut. take a Then I cut pit'. Mr some 5. Sanders has at her Beauty Shop high grade and very durable hair nets. Because she purchased a large number of them she is able to sell them for only !1 a dozen. When buying buttons for children's clothing always ,buy an extra dozen of each kind so that when a button is lost you will find no difficulty in replacing it. There is a nice line of fine confection ery in handsome gift boxes at the Bur rows store near the bridge, and it is a good place, too. lo purchase that box 'of Christmas cigars or something in smok er's supplies. When a woman buys these things she sometimes needs expert advice. Monkey Faces: One egg. a little salt, one cup sugar, creamed together, one half cup sour milk, one small teaspoon soda, two dessertspoons butter, two cups Hour. I ri from spoon on greased tin; press three raisins, two for eyes and oue for mouth, on each Cookie. An electric heating pad is "a joy", so says everyone who owns one. A line Sim plex heating pad can be bought at Ilorton 1). Walker's for only $N. Those who wave their hair would surely appreciate an electric hair curler. A fine nickel toaster is only 1, a little stove or grill S'J. a tl-Uiron in a gift box only So. These are miiu gift suggestions from this up-to-date electrical store. To mend a broken doll quickly, bind tightly with strips of adhesive plaster. It will hold the broken parts firm for quite a while. Fvery year the Christmas Savings club at - the .Iirattleboro Trust company is larger than it was the year before. It is one of the easiest ways of saving small sums. Not all the money distributed wi'l be spent for Christmas gifts; some of it will go back into savings accounts War ing compound interest. Join the club for 1&23 and get this saving habit. Fse a funnel for filling hot water bags if you would save the rubber. If vou need any foot treatments at Dr. Elizabeth liailey's before the holiday, don't wait until the last moment. "Io it now." One .way of protecting the table from hot dishes is to make mats and sew thick white buttons on them. By placing the dishes on the buttons, a circulation of air is allowed underneath. Every housewife loves a gift of em broidery something in household linens. There are many lovely things in this line at the Royal Millinery Shop: Pretty towels, pillow slips, luncheon sets, scarfs. cfr Thev are showing there, too, some of the silk hats- which are-the- rrewest thing in mid-winter millinery. If troubled with tartar on the teeth, Monkey Glands i 1ATEST styles to intrigue j old gullibles! Choice from short-riaired, long haired, red, yellow, black and white-haired monkeys! Line forms this way I BUT IN THE MEANTIME Sensible people never for get tlrat the vigorous health of youth may be retained ust so long as bodily health is maintained. When the stomach fails to digest food, the liver slows up, and constipation and biliousness result, wise men and women heed Nature's warnings and cor rect all digestive and elim- mative disorders with Beecham's Pills for 80 years the reliable family medicine. At All Dniczists 25c and 50c m tm m " -nCT ni M 'CAr" STUBBS rwnarg-ai-W, " Tarnrmrj : ie there: wjything; V '..A G'R AlM'rAf CM BRING- J,7,-J,L.N V i HER CrNPPV FROM J OF NUTHN Topics try applications of magnesia by 'moist ening the tooth brifsh with warm water and dipping in the magnesia. The Brattleboro Milk Plant would Joe pleased if you - would let tUeui supply you with the cream for your cereal, cream for your colt'ee andi for your des serts. It is always all that cream l 1.1 I... . 1 :,.. I duuuiu Lie, uea. uuu ruii. iivsu, jfun: ,1 t When sending choice flowers a Ions distance. cut slits ill iKjtatoes and insert, t and the Stems in the slits. Fasten the pota- ' toes securely in the bus, and the will keep iresh for a long time lk OWC1S The Stebbins grocery has some line maple rup ou hand, also some high grade cake sugar. The culinary depart ment of a Vermont home is hardly com plete without maple sugar or syrup. The waffle and griddiecake season is at its height too. Baking Powder Bolls: tine quart of flour, four teaspoons of baking powder, one teaspoon of salt, one-half cup of melted butter, one egg and milk to make a dough that can be handled. Mold thor oughly, place in pan and let rise rive hours in a cool place, and then make them into rolls with the hands. Bakf in a very hot oven. Just in. time for Christmas comes an other invoice at the Iirattleboro China store of l'yrex teapots. The disappear ance of the lirst consignment proved con clusively that Pyrex teapots are just what the tea drinkers have been waiting for. There are three styles and three sizes in each. Save around grocery with it, the waxed paper which' comes many of the cartons from the You can line your cake tins or cover the top of the cake to keen it from .burning or use rt for cover ing food in the refrigerator. If you are looking fer a gift for some baby, do look at the darling little baby shoes at Wagner's. A whole ea-e of tiny footwear makes a fascinating display of little bootees, warm and fuzzy carriage boots, bunny rabbit shoes, soft -soled shoes, in white, black and brown, etc. I Then look at the tine line of silk and wool hosiery for them which they have. Plants do not farrf any .better than we do in a closcd-up house in which the air is stuffy and Stirling. They cannot yawn, as we do, to show that the air is bad, so they bear it as well as they can, droop ing and looking half -alive. Anyone who needs an argument for fresh air in the winter should try to raise plants in a lifeless atmosphere. Those pretty tea tiles or table protect ors of Dutch silver at Vaughan & Bur- j nett's make very acceptable gifts, as arti-1 cles in Dutch silver are much in demand at present. This particular size I have i mentioned is priced at only 50 cents each. They show many other- handsome things ; in this ware also. If your velour suit, or coat has be come wrinkled or crushed, hanc on coat i hanser over bathtub, and turn on hot wa ter. J tie steam from tne not water win ; Willi make the garment quite damp. Hang out in the sun and wind until drr and they will require no pressing. It is easy for women to pick out at Hayes & Dines something for a smoker because they know there so well what most men like in that line. yThey are proud of their line of pipe which rnnste in price all the way from five cents to $'2H. They have handsome leather ei(far and cigarette cases and all tba supplies such as fine tobacco, cigars, etc. Do not let the hardwood floor get badly worn before having them polished. A little polish put on the worn places each week keep floors alway looking well. It would bp a good investment to use that Christmas Savings club money to ward, the first payment on a life insur ance jioliey. Why it would be such a good investment can be fully and satis factorily explained by Daniels, the Provi dent Life man. The inconvenience and annoyance caused by paint dropping when painting overhead can be prevented by splitting a child's rubber ball in two. cutting a small hole in one half nnd slipping over the handle of the brush, thus forming a cup to catch the paint. A piece of furniture makes one of the most practical gifts 1 can think of. As I strolled -about the big Kmerson store yesterday. 1 saw -so many things: Tables f all sizes, easy chairs, sewing chairs, desks, magazine racks, cedar chests, tea wagons, etc. furniture of the sort that lasts more than one lifetime. Try . putting a carrot or two in with tht' dry lima beans you are cooking. It improves the flavor greatly, and adds to the food value of the dish as well. This winter many are availing them selves of the w-et wash service at the Sparks laundry. These people prefer to do the ironing, but having the washing Ldojie there does away with all steamy windows, frozen .clothes atI frost-nipped fingers. . N An occasional tablespoon of thrown on the tire will help to chimney free from soot. saltpeter keep the What is more cheering on a cold day or evening than a cup of hot. coffee especially when it's the kind that Hall t Karwell serve with heavy cream? You'll like their hot chocolate with whipped cream, too. That is -both food and drink. It makes for economy of .both time and food to keep two measuring cups always at hand a glass one for dry ingredients and an aluminum or granite one for liquids, hot liquids being apt to break the glass. There are some pretty pieces of .band painted Nippon china -at the F. V. Keuch store which will make pretty gifts. The assortment Includes salad dishes, boa tons, syrup pitchers, dessert dishes, etc. The prices are very moderate for hand decorated ware. - ' . Do not choose-bananas that look well rather than those that are ripe. The banana of a clear, lemon-yellow color which brings the best price in the market IS I is not n ripe fruit. When it is luiiy ripe. vellOW color changes to more 01 a III O 11 Sister would like n nir rif niwr.l "," ,:", 7.. i..ti. "f, "TA-",U " V ITO "r r....l T.-,.. ...... M .nl..v n, f,U rhisses nnd so would i el. 4 uim'i . Mtiw. J,' ... . brother. urand mother or grandfather would surely find use for n wading glass. For( gifts that are'optical visit Jordan & Son's. Nickel is much easier to keep len than to make clean. Give it daily care .hv rubbing over with a polishing cloth. When it needs real cleaning, use a damp cloth with nickel polish, or one of the friction powders. i Fairbanks doughnuts, butter biscuits, baking powder biscuits and bread are be ing used and enjoyed by hundreds of Jirnttleboro families. Much time and fuel nr saved when one can buy suet I wholesome food ready cooked. Ham and Egg Patties: Mix one cup of huelv chopped cooked ham with one quarter cup of tine bread crumbs one tablespoon of melted butter and one-half cup of milk and season with pepper and salt to taste. Half till greased patty pans with mixture, break an egg care fullv on top of each, sprinkle with pei per." salt and fine crumbs moistened with hotter and bake until the whites are set. Serve at once. One sees at the Iirattleboro Drug store a table devoted to the display of choice perfumes ami toilet waters put up most artistic manner. Some of the lovely gift .boxes contain three bottles, others onlv two and the smaller ones but one. This is an attractive gift nssortment which should not be overlooked. Odds and ends of candles, with about an equal amount of turpentine, make an excellent and inexpensive polish for lin oleum. Put in a jar and let stand in a warm not hot place until the Sase melts, then cool. The product will be soft and creamv, and a little goes a long way. ATHENS. Twenty-Fifth Wedding Anniversary. Friends and neighbors, numbering about 40 gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Aldrich Saturday eve ning to help them celebrate the 25th an Tovprsnrr of their marriage, the event , , i Vi-irlnir r. f ua 'lm Th evenin? was spent in a social way with games, music and selections on the grapbophone and violin. Guy Powers, in behalf of tboe pres ent, presented Mr. and Mrs. Aldrich a sum of money. Other gifts of silver were received. Cake and ..ffee were served. David Hitchcock ii: ? Fred Smith has Ford automobile. is in Acworth, N". a new 1923 model A. H. Hooper and sou of Fletcher visitea at r Tea mn s tne urbt oi iue We k. Mr. and Mrs, K. recently visited his G. Smith of Boston mother-in-law, Mrs. Fred Smith. The South school is planning exer cises and a Christmas tree to be held Friday evening, Dec. 22. M Troubles HAVE TO GO Clogged Up Kidney Deposits Are Dis solved and the Toxins (Poisons) Com pletely Driven Out. Druggists Told to Guarantee It Jn Every Instance. "Your very life," says Dr. Carey, "de pends upon the perfect functioning and health f your kidneys so whatever you do don't neglect them." Dr. Carey's famous Prescription No. 777 (known for years as Marshroot) is not recommended for everything, but we cannot too strongly urge its use if you suffer from annoying bladder troubles, frequent passing of water night and day, with smarting or irritation, brick dust sediment or highly colored urine, bloat ing, irritability with loss of flesh, or any other tendency to liright's Disease, Dia betes or Gravel, for kidney disease in its worst .form may be stealing upon you. Don't wait until tomorrow to begin the use of this wonderful prescription now obtainable in both liquid and tablet form if you have any of the above symp toms. Sidney and bladder troubles don't wear away. They will grow upon jou slowly, stealthily and with unfailing cer tainty. If vou even suspect that -you J are subject to Kidney Disease, don't lose a single aar tor every gooa aruggist nas Lbeen authorized to return the purchase money on the first big bottle to all who state they have received no benefit. Ad- vertisernent No One Appreciates UNLES5EN VOO CEr MET SOfE. PICTURE MAGAZINES, AN iOMl COC lfTG BftRS, AN" SOME OHftNOE.5, AN' GRftPES, AN Uvres : an ros, an, a iew foj - tL. "DLAlE:i KNIFE, ArJ'A SWEATER A0f AN' "HUBTBER 300T AN', A -y, u-nt rmn Lio-Hij MN A NORTHFIELD, 3 LASS. Mrs. Gertrude (Howes) Tracy. Mrs. Charles Tracy. 82, of Riyerside, died at her home Friday of pneumonia. On Thursday she gave birth to a daugh ter, who lived only a few hours. Mrs. Tracy formerly was Gertrude Howes of this town. After her marriage she lived in Iirattleboro and Vernon. She leaves her sister, Mrs. Delia Howes Dunham of East Dover,' Vt., her husband, three children, Ilarland, 7, Clifford, 4. and a daughter a year and n half old. Her mother, Mrs. Ida It. Howes, died of pneumonia , Wednesday morning at tarren hospital in Monta gue. - ' 'The Howes family always was associ ated with the Congregational church hero. The funeral was held Sunday. J. It. Col ton has returned from Un casville," Conn., Miss Ituth Maynard of Iirattleboro spent the week-end at her home here. Mrs. M. L. Rice of Providence, R. I., has been a g.uest: of her brother, Joseph Koss. Mrs. II. T. Harradon has gone to Northampton to spend several weeks with her sister. Mrs. Rollo Kinsman of Shelbtirne Falls was a recent guest for a week of Dr. and Mrs. G. T. Thompson. Paul Jordan resumes his position at the seminary power house Dec which has been filled by Mr. McGowan. - Arthur S. Merrill rooms at the tome of Joseph Ross nnd. has his meals at P.onar Hall since Mrs. Merrill went to Florida. Clifford Field has moved his tamilv to Cottage No. 2 of the Northlield hotel until his new house on Main street is ready for occupancy. , Mrs. R. A. Mooney of Amherst is vis iting her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Lea vis. Mr. Mooney is nofv professor of chem istry nt the Massachusetts Agricultural college at Amherst. E. Everett Martin has resigned from the assistant managership of The Nortb field to become connected with the Ilond Hotels Co. of Hartford, Conn. This ornpuny is owned and operated by Harry Ilond and includes the liond ho- .'AH P--. You Wouldn't Knowingly Take Poison Yet headaches, dizzy spells, indigestion and insomnia are usually only Nature's warning v that you're constantly absorbing into your system poisons that should be eliminated by liver, kidneys, and bowels. ........ Tn. g,YLT the Sensible Tonic, you have a simple, harmless way' of ridding yourself of these poisons, cleansing, and purifying your blood, stimulating secretive and excretive organs to normal action and regain ing your iep!' and the joy and bloom of health. In the more than 100 years that have passed since an old New England doctor originated the formula for this simple rebuilding tonic, SANALT has helped thousands of people just as it has helped Mrs. Carl'Adams, of 45(J Main St., Gardner, Mass. Here is her letter: - ' - ; .. ' "I haiT'beon suffering terribly from nervousness for more than eight months. It was causcxl by bad condition of my stomach, whichcame so gradually that almost before I realised it I was suffering from intense headaches and spells of dizziness that were simply terrible. My kidneys and liver were both adly affected and I suffered intensely from backache. I have not yet finished my first bottle of Sanalt. but it has X wonderfully improved my condition. The nervousness has almost gone, my stomach has been greatly helped, kidneys and liver are acting much Ketter, and already I aui convinced 'that Sanalt is true to name as 'Sanalt the Sensible Tonic I purchased Sanalt through the recommendation of Druggist Leathe, of Gardner, who said that if I was not satisfied with results he would return my money." 4 SANALT. is safe for anyone to take. Contains no opiates,' narcotic's or other harmful drugs. Like all the other famous Winsol remedies it 'can bo bought at any drui; store, for W insol preparations are one line of trade-marked proprietary medicines sold by both Winsol Agents and non-aent druggists. No need to accept substitutes. If your druggist doesn't carry SANALT he can get it for you through his jobber. NEUROPATHIC DROPS, the great emergency medicine, and CERIZANE BALSAM, for coughs, are two Winsol remedies that should be kept in every home. Ask your druggist about them. B. O. & G.C. WILSON, Inc., BOSTON, MASS. il. O. & G. C. Yi!pon, Inc., established in 1843. is conduc ted on which benefits, cm ryliody concerned the Winsol Agent, all non-accnt " ployec and the general public. The Winsol Plan the last word in co-operation is responsible for tlie rapid growth of the Winsol business to a position as one of the largest and most successful drug specialty houses in the country today. 33 It More Than Cap. - Ur4LE.bEN TfOUftlNT GOT rnuCH ) 1 V.FF TipWlll F I I TIME THEN JEST GET XH "V . nlr'' r QN-nA ) year the addition of a new building will make the Bond Hotel enterprise the largest in New England. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Martin regret their de - parture but express gratification in their future prospects, HINSDALE, N. II. Mr. and Mrs. William MacLean have returned to town to live. .Eleanor Jeffords, who has -been ill with jaundice, is much improved. : Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Averill and Mr. nnd Mrs. II. S. Garfield are in New York this week. - - : ! Several have been added to the list of I successful deer hunters: Clayton Owen.: Harlan Owen, Paul Fells, Earle Bailey and Edd Marshall. . : At the regular convocation of the Order of Eastern Star the following olfi cers were elected : W. M., Inez L. Bailey: W. P.. John M. Lamb; A. M.,v Dolly D. Watkins; Con., Ethel Weed; sec., Mildred Merritt; treas., Mary Lamb ; A. C, Doris D. Garfield ; repre sentative to the Grand chapter, Doris D. Garfield; alternate, Ethel Weed. EAST JAMAICA. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Butler were in Townshend Sunday. E. M. Howard returned home from New York last Friday; A. E. Gleason and Guy Peirce were in Wilmington the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Turner and baby of Iirattleboro were guests at 11. E. Potter's over Sunday. Dr. Howard alwaya recommended Oxidaze f Coughs Colds, Br. Asthma Taajr of utnty and observation convinced aim It won U aalal. qnicklr mnd anralr o " bad eonah mn4 aire inatanl relief in Brnnehial Asthma. Money back if it faila. Caarantacd harmleaa. At all drnatiat a. or Brattleboro Drug Company. gray TAOf eUWW A GUARANTEE XFQUAUTY M-llt-'(i"'VgM-"!'-iyg7;: Of , Protected by George Matthew Adams WIIY TILVT LAME DACK? That morning lameness those sharp nains when bending or lifting, make i work a burden and rest impossible. Don'ts be handicapped by a bad back look to your kidneys, lou will make no mis take by following this Brattleboro resi dent's example. Mrs. P. G. Colgrove, 12 Prospect Court, says: "I think Doan's Kidney Pills are a great kidney medicine. I used them when my back and kidneys were in bad condition due to heavy housework. My back was , lame and sore and I couldn't -sit down or stoop without sharp pains - shooting through my back. My kidneys were weak and irregular in ac tion. I heard of Doan's Kidney Pills so I got a couple boxes and in a short time they cured the attack. Since then I have used Doan's as a kidney tonic and have gotten excellent results." Friee 60c. "at all dealers. Don't simply ' ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney I 'ills the same that Mrs. Colgrove had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Advertisement. BUILD UP YOUR RESISTANCE TO DISEASE Strong, vigorous men and women arc less subject to passing ail ments. DON'T WORRY TAKE ORIGINAL VINOL THE MODERN TONIC GET WELL AND STAY WELL ORIGINAL VINOL WILL HELP fl.00 THE BOTTLE Sold exclusively by Brattleboro Drug Co. Brattleboro. -1 a uniqtie profit-sharing pla dnurzists. every Winsol err n ra BramSESEBKSl By Edwin I s if- 1 it il II 4 it