Vim-Herb Tonic Bottle

“You’ll feel so well you’ll want to yell, Vim-Herb has made me right!”

For more than 40 years the jingle of Vim-Herb, a locally made tonic, played over Anderson’s radio signals. A.P. “Doc” Durham, a prominent  businessman and community leader produced Vim-Herb at a small shop on the corner of West Franklin and South Main Street, where the original sign for the medicine is still maintained. Durham was also well known for his activities on the Chamber of Commerce, the Fair Association, and the Lion’s Club.

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