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in all of its details. No appliance that science can suggest for comfort or cure is missing. This building, which is adjacent to the old mansion home of the Doctor, is placed in an elm-studded lawn, on a wide elm-shaded street, in the beautiful cld New England town of Enfield, Ct. The town is situated on the N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R,, a direct route between New York and Boston, and between the cities of Hartford and Springfield. The electric railroad connecting these two cities passes the Sanatorium grounds. Fifty acres of shady lawns, orchards, meadow and woodland surround the buildings and make it an ideal resting place for nervous invalids who demand beauty of surroundings as well as quiet and retirement. The material care of the invalid has been thought of as well as the mental, for, attached to this model institution, there is a herd of Jersey cattle, kept constantly in a sanitary condition; a large poultry yard; a kitchen garden; fruit in abundance, and everything that would go to make up a perfectly appointed country home.
The Sanatorium buildings are attractive and of modern exterior design. They are heated by steam, lighted by electricity, have open fireplaces, and are finished in hard wood. The first story has a reception-hall, billiard-room, patients' parlor, dining-room, consultation-room, kitchen, etc., on the east and west sides of which are large verandas from which beautiful views can be had of the Con
necticut River and Valley. The second and third stories are devoted to patients' rooms. They are two sizes-12 x 14 and 15 x 16. All are light, airy and cheerful, with restful views of the surrounding country. There are large modern bathrooms at the end of each hall. These floors will accommodate fifteen patients, and this is the capacity of the institution.
Dr. Vail has practised for twenty-five years and enjoys the confidence and patronage of members of his profession because his institution is conducted along strictly ethical lines. He was for a time on the staff at Ward's Island, where he made a study in the psychopathic ward of that famous institution.
Dr. Vail has surrounded himself with a staff of agreeable and competent nurses and attendants, and the State Inspector of Sanatoriums declares that "Elmeroft" is the most pleasantly situated and one of the best conducted institutions in this country. Applications should be made to DR. EDWIN SMITH VAIL, Physician-in-Charge and Proprietor. P. O. address, Thompsonville, Ct.
Oak HIM Sanitarium.
Physician in Charge.
Worcester Sanitarium (The Pines) H. A. Gibbs....
Chas. J. Douglas.
Flavel S. Thomas.
C. S. Millett.
Physician in Charge.
Laura V. Gustin-Mackie..
Wallace E. Brown.
Mrs. Maria H. Paul, Supt..
Dr. McMichael's Sanitarium...
Dr. A. Josephine Sherman's Pri
vate Sanitarium.. Dr. Strong's Sanitarium. Dr Wells' Sanitarium...
H. T. Fontaine.......
E. A. Day.
David Moulton Gardiner..
Daniel T. Millspaugh.
R. C. Phillips.
Chas. De Land Clawson.
Adirondack Cottage Sanitarium... Edward L. Trudeau.
Dr. Combes's Sanitarium..
Dr. D. A. Harrison's Sanitarium.
Dr. Kellogg's House...
R. C. F. Combes.
Dr. MacDonald's House.
Summit Grove Place Sanitarium..S.
Vaughan Private Sanitarium..
Dr. A. J. Sherman.
990 Center st.. Boston
235 Pine st., Springfield
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321 Center st., D. D., Boston Andover
16 Austin st., Somerville East Bridgewater
Cottage City (Summer)
524 Warren st., Roxbury, B'ton
2108 Elm st., Manchester
Somerset st., Plainfield 45 Totowa ave., Paterson Hammontown
227 Greenwood ave., Trenton Sussex
Whitestone, N. Y.C. (fr. 34th st.) 206 Connecticut ave., Buffalo 104 Main st., Binghamton Port Jervis
960 N. Broadway, Yonkers 148 E. 35th st., New York Flushing, N.Y.C. (fr. 34th st.) Whitestone, N. Y. City (L.I.) Riverdale, N.Y.C. (fr. G. C. S.) 219 E. 7th st., Oswego Pleasantville
75 W. Tupper st.. Buffalo
58 E. 75th st., New York
..945 St. Mark's ave., B'klya
NO INSANE CASES
The PSYCHOPATHIC METHOD OF TREATMENT used exclusively, under the personal direction of a regularly graduated physician, one who has had thirty years' experience in the practice of medicine in all its branches.
Those having tried all other methods of treatment without success should give the PSYCHOPATHIC METHOD OF CURE a trial, the merits of which are attested by physicians in all parts of the country.
New, neat, modern building. Cottages in connection. Homelike rooms and surroundings. Suites and single rooms with baths. Every comfort and convenience. Steam heat throughout. Sun parlors. Gymnasium. Large veranda. Cuisine of highest standard. Farms in connection with Sanitarium supply milk, eggs, etc., etc., daily.
Two and one-half hours' ride from New York City on West Shore Railroad.
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