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“My

a

271

Mercury, powdering

41 National Association of Drug
preservation of oleate of... 128 Clerks, annual meeting of.... 261
Merger of three New York

National Association of Manu-
wholesalers

127 facturers of Medicinal Prod-
Messages, amusing
500 ucts, annual meeting of.

85
Mesplay, Ed., portrait and men-

National Association of Retail
tion of

381 Druggists, see N. A. R. D.
Messenger boys, speeding up... 211 National Drug Trade Conference
Metal polish

212

and the
in paste form.
126

Harrison
Metchnikoff, Elie, death of. 347

law

84
Metric system, advantages of the 216

meeting of 2
in the new N. F. and National Formulary, changing
U. S. P.
304

from the old to the
to apothecaries' sys-

new

485
tem, converting from 37

concerning the new
Mexican drug stores, three

263, 304
views of

222

discussions on the
scenes
. 180, 357

new

279
Meyer Brothers Drug Company

distribution of the.. 260
resumes conduct of its business

standardized articles
Meyer, Theodore F., mention of. 174

in the new..

322
Milk shakes again in vogue. ... 164 National Premium Advertising
Millener's Drug Store, a Hallow-

Association, Inc., mention of. 482
e'en window in.

418 National Trade Association, or-
Miller, Gilbert E., portrait of... 328 ganization of the.

87
store of

326 National Wholesale Druggists'
Miller, H. E.: *Turning Calls

Association, 1916 meeting of.. 437
for Non-stocked Articles Into N. W. D. A., pictures taken at
Cash"
27 1916 convention of.

488
Miller & Son, E. E., a letter from. 160 Nelligan, Fred D.: “Variety is
Mineral oil cold cream.
433 the Spice of Life".

248
emulsion, with hypo-

Nelson, E. H., snapshot of. 443
phosphites, American 43

Newcomb, Dr. Edwin L., men-
yellow color for... 302 tion of

51
Minnich, Thos. C.: “Turning

New Jersey health department,
Waste Into Cash".

19
activities of the...

46
"Minor Complaints".

202

Newspaper letters to educate the
Mirbane oil insecticide.

302
public

380
"Mistakes, Three"

438

"New Use for an Old Product, A" 329
Mitchel, Nora I.: "How I Would

New York Health Board formula
Hire a Clerk"

368

disclosure ordinance, concern-
Mixture, an improved formula

ing

..45, 348
for cholera

432

Nitrate of silver stains from
for automobiles, anti-freeze, 433 hands, removing

123
narcotic-free diarrhea

432

Nitroglycerin tablets, the sta-
Mixtures, eutectic

476
bility of

122
Model Drug Store, C. W. Hart-

Nitro-solvent gun oil.

346
wich, prop., photograph of... 487

Non-drying library paste..

342
Modern drug store, planning a..

Non-stocked articles into cash,
109, 198
turning

27
Moerk, Frank X., communication
from

158

Norris Drug Company, view of
Mollison, Colonel W. T., snap-

fountain of
shot of

443
Novocaine not a synthetic sub-

stitute
Monaghan, Thos. F., prize-win-

303
ning camera picture submitted

sterilizing

390
by

311

Nurse as a business creator, the
"Money-makers and Money-sav-

trained

516
ers"

.118, 197, 330, 376, 466
"Monthly Prize Questions and

0
Answers"..16, 55, 97, 141, 194,
240, 273, 383, 423, 458, 501

O'Brien, John E., portrait and
Moore Brothers, store of.

443
mention of

308
Morris, W. W.: "Bill-collecting

Obvious leaks that are often
Experiences"
67 ignored

465
Morrison, Jas. W., portrait and Officers elected at 1916 N. A. R.
mention of
437 D. meeting, the...

408
Mortimer, A: "How to Meet Big Oglesby, G. D., death of.

348
Competition"
189 Oil, aromatic castor.

388
portrait and mention of.

bottles, to clean.

342
Mortimer, Mrs. Arthur, portrait

defined, sweet

126
and mention of..

91
emulsion of cod-liver.

42
Mosquito repellant

346

with hypophosphites, Amer-
Moss, H. D.: "How Drug

ican mineral

43
Clerk Became Bonanza

nitro-solvent gun

346
Farmer

498
testing

390
Movie, slides as an advertising

yellow color for mineral 302
medium

192
Oilskins, waterproofing

80
Moving merchandise
512

389
Muller, Edith M.: "How I Spent

Ointment, analgesic

re-
My Vacation"

493

cause of darkening in
sorcin

432
Murgittroyd's Drug Store clerks'

for burns

82
banquet, photograph of.. 138

menthol

478
Murphy, Dr. John B., death of.. 347

Ointments, incorporating ich-
My Funniest Experience" 317

thyol in

255
Oleate of mercury, preservation
N
of

123
Nagle, Frederick, and his daugh-

One-cent sales good advertising 154
ter, snapshot of.

355

Opening announcement, a speci-
Name, the value of a.

516
men

473
Naphthol, camphorated

44
idea, an

385
Narcotic drugs, concerning the

that drew thousands of pa-
illegal traffic in..

481
trons

184
free diarrhea mixture. 432

Orange, glycerite of.

123
law, testing the Illinois. 480

Orders, illiterate....36, 120, 121,
reports, senatorial

130 160, 207, 295, 338, 382, 430, 470, 514
stealing scheme, a new. 261 Original advertising methods of
Narcotics to officials, supplying. 173 a clever retailer...

326
N. A. R. D. annual meeting, con-

Outlook based on figures, an. 48
cerning the

391 Overcoming the cigarette habit. 169
date of annual meeting of the 305 the tobacco habit

125
executive committee, meet-

Ownership, a letter announcing
ings of
3, 174 a change of ......

517
officers and the Stevens bill. 171 Own-make preparations, display-
report of 1916 convention of 408 ing

97

P
Package inserts, specimen ads
for

328
Paint department, more profits
from the

75
Paints for automobiles.

125
Palmer, Charles, children of. 93
Pantlind Pharmacy, store of. 198
Paper, cash from waste.

16
concerning the high cost of. 482
situation, the

175
Paralysis epidemic, the infantile 348
Paregoric under the Harrison

law
Park case in the courts.

85
Parke, Davis & Co. awards prizes

for vacation stories 490

the new auditor of.. 220
Parsons, B. A., pictures furnished
by

180
Paschall, Lieut. Robb.:
Funniest Experience"

321
Paste, dry cleaning.

258
for tan shoes.

169
non-drying library

342
polish for metal.

126
potassium chlorate tooth. 434
tooth

168
Pastor, Joseph W.: “The Chain-
store Menace"

429
Patent medicines and the A. M. A. 83

in New York, rem-
edying"

172
on aspirin expires in 1917.. 305
"Patents" and the drug trade.. 483
Patten, John A., mention of.... 216
Patriotic window display.

339
Patton, John F., portrait and
mention of

404
Payne, Dr. George F., mention of 304
Pearson, John H., snapshot of.. 139
Pennies given away to stimulate
business

75
Pennsylvania, commendable
form of publicity in.

47
Pepsin digestion, substances
which retard

300
in cheese making.

329
Percentage solutions

.388, 475
the right and wrong of
figuring

254
Perfumes, handling

384
solid

258
Perrenot, E. A.: "How I Made

Good in the Drug Busi-
ness"

275
"My Most Interesting De-
partment"

194
prize picture submitted by 396
snapshot of

137
Pet, a drug-store.

461
Peterson, Alex F.: "Displaying

Own-make Preparations". 98
"How Stationery Sales Are
Boosted"

243
"Learning from Others". 451
"My Funniest Experience".

319
Petrolatum, color and flavor for
liquid

345
Pharmaceutical associations, in-

creasing membership of... 259
research, a plea for.

415
terms, old

34
Pharmacists, "Don'ts" for.. 122

in army receive recognition 304
Pharmacy, board secretaries in
U. S.

434
colleges, increased standards

485
"Pharmacy," origin of the word
Phenol, alcohol not an effective
antidote for

348
camphorated

44, 389
decolorizing

214
Philadelphia College of Phar-

macy combines with Medico-
Chirurgical College of Phar-
macy

393
Phosphite of sodium.

346
Photographic flashlight

126
Physician, going after the dis-
pensing

307
Pictures, prize-winning camera. 310
Pies and puddings, individual. 164
Pike, C. R.: "An Artificial Lake
in the Window".

36
Pill, kidney

301
Place

of business, should a
druggist live at his?..

458
Planning a modern drug store

109, 198
Plants, growing drug.

348
preserving the green color

213
Plaster, liquid court.
Plea for pharmaceutical

search, a

91

а

a

amons

34

in

214

re-

415

Quinine and aspirin, incompati-
bility, the

.249, 366
in chocolate syrup

345

R
Rainy days and the telephone.. 339
Ramsay, Sir William, death of.. 347
Rayner, James B., death of.... 437
Reciprocal registration through-

out the United States.....236, 288
Reducing stock, a scheme for.. 206
Reed, Chas. L.: "Combating the

Five- and Ten-Cent
Stores"

141
portrait of

141
Reed, Mr. and Mrs. C. L., chil-
dren of

268
Refitting to meet the times. 290
Registration throughout the

United States, reciprocal. .236, 288
Reid, Wm. B., "Between Friends" 338
Remedies against vermin.

300
earache

81
headache

477
Remembrance, timely

473
Remington, Arthur, snapshot of 487
Remington, Jos. P., mention of 260
snapshot of

487
“Reminiscences, Just Plain".. 330
Renewal fees, concerning:
Renwick, William: "Selling
Goods in the West Indies".

446
Repellant, mosquito

346
Research, a plea for pharma-
ceutical

.404, 415
governmental aid to.

47
Resorcin and ammonia in a hair
tonic

44
ointment, cause of darken-
ing in

432
Retailer, advertising methods of
a clever

326
Retailing, a book on.

89
Revenue act, the new.

392
Reyer, Emil: "Compounding-
Bad and Good".

381
Rhode Island druggists at lab-

oratories of Parke, Davis &
Co., snapshot of...

94
Richards, William J.: "Display-

ing Own-make Prepara-
tions'

99
"Meeting Mail-order Compe-
tition

424
"Women Clerks Give Better
Service at Less Cost"

20
Rideout, Amos Woodbury: "The

Druggist Who Refused to
Wake Up"

145
Rider, N. C.: "Selling. Goggles

in the Retail Drug Store 453
Riker-Hegeman and United

Drug Company merger, con-
cerning the

1 85
Rimmer, Eugene: “My Frst Job" 159

"Qualities of Importance in
a Clerk"

57
Robbins, F. L., Chinese views
supplied by

..11, 139
Rogers, Thomas B.: “Prepara-
tions of Cantharides",

513
Rogers & Son, H. C., store of.. 95
Root-beer extract

390
Rose-water, glycerin, and ben-
zoin, a true

77
Rouge, lip

476
liquid

476
Rubber stoppers, substitute

383
Rudes, Clifford H.: "My Funni-
est Experience"

Sawrie, Mark A.: "Bill-collect-
ing Experiences"

66
"How to Meet Big Compe-
tition"

186
portrait of

186
Sawyer, Frederick P.: "A Wagon
Business Didn't Pay".

35
Sayre, L, E.: "The Volatile Prin-
ciples of Coffee".

276
Scent and color for brilliantine 346
Schedule "B" repassed

3
repealed

392
Schettler, George M., snapshot
of

11
Schiller, Norman I.: “And the
Boss Couldn't Explain".

111
Schlumberger, Anna B.: "A Few
Suggestions"

452
Schlup, Samuel: "Inducing Cus-

tomers to Come Into Our
Store"

112
Schneider, Dr. Albert, mention of 46
Schroeder, J. F., prize picture
submitted by

398
Scientific merchandising, mak-
ing it pay....

472
Scoville, W. L.: "A Plea for

Pharmaceutical Research" 415
"Capsules of Science"....40,

78, 343, 515
Changes in the new Phar-
macopeia"

322
"Miscellaneous Changes in
the U. S. P.".

362
"Standardized Articles of
the New N. F.".

325
"The New Pharmacopoeia'. 279
"The Quinine and Aspirin
Incompatibility"

336
mention of

.404, 511
Seattle, liquor condition in.. 435

sma shing booze-selling
drug stores in..

259
wrecked drug store in. 445
Secretaries in U. S. board of
pharmacy

434
Seivers, Anton J.: "A Stock-
Reducing Scheme"

206
Selling campaign, a holiday 495
extracts in the home.

35
goggles in the retail drug
store

453
goods in the West Indies. 446
Sending out business-pulling
letters

104
Serial numbers no longer re-
quired

522
Service that brings in new
faces, a customer.

517
Shampoo, cocoanut oil.

302
dry

170
egg

168
Shaving cream for use without
a brush

169
lotion, mentholated

81
Sheppard, S. A. D., death of.

9
portrait of

9
Shoe dressing, white.

383
paste, tan

169
polish

212
Shoff, Ernest, snapshot of.

355
Shop-worn stationery, using up 120
Shortage, concerning the drug. . 134
Short-cuts, compounding.

474
Show-cards, how to make. 226

prize-winning 182, 224
specimen

384
Show-card writing idea.

430
Simon, Dr. Fred C., snapshot of 223
Simple syrup, making.

163
Silver brightener

213
stains, removing nitrate of 123
Skin food

478
"Sky I Have Bought, Blue"

228
Smelling organs, aromatics
which incite the

300
Smith, Claud A.: "Bill-collecting
Experiences"

66
"Increasing Sales in a Coun-
try Drug Store".

200
Smith, Mrs. Claud A.: "Women

Clerks Mean Increased Profits" 20
Smith, J. F., prescription-pricing
comments by

160
Smokers, educating cigar.

76
Snider, F. M.: "Alert For the
Dollars"

287
Soap, liquid

43
salt-water

476
solution for suppository
mold

346
Soaps to withstand cold.

342
Soda fountain, destroying ants
at the

301
features that have

made a success. 314
fountains, pointers gained
from successful

270

a

for

Poisoning, industrial

393
Poison mailing bill, action de-
ferred on

392
tests, submitted for

28
publicity

120
Poisons, a new way to detect.. 122
laws concerning the mail-
ing of

172, 348
Polish, automobile

169
in liquid form, brass,

522
in paste form, metal.

126
marketing an automobile. 517
metal

212
shoe

212
"Position, Make Yourself Bigger
Than Your"

358
Potassium bromide, spurious. 46
chlorate tooth paste..

434
citrate and strontium bro-
mide incompatible

81
Potts, Thos. H., mention of. 260
snapshot of

414
Powder, depilatory

433
"Practical Pharmacy". ...37, 76,
122, 166, 214, 255, 300, 342,

383, 432, 474, 518
Preparation required for Board
examination

520
Prescription compounding helps 255
department. an advertise-
ment for

38
winning business for the 220
difficulties, overcoming...77,

301, 521
filling routine

122
pricing comments. 36, 74, 81,

120, 160, 405, 432, 512
in a bad way.

419
Prescriptions, concerning the
use of Latin in.

440
free to worthy poor.

114
Prepared lard, preventing ran-
cidity in

123
Preservation of oleate of mer-
cury

123
Price advances, a list of.

119
cutting, an opportune time
to cease

5
expressions wanted

429
maintenance bill, a .new.. 86
tags pay, demonstrating
that

248
Prices, advertisement explain-
ing cause of high..

296
comments on prescription..
36, 74, 81, 120, 160,

405, 432, 512
Pricing four dozen powders.... 344

of prescriptions in a bad way 419
table, a

441
Principles of coffee, the volatile 276
Printer's ink

212
Prize papers on salesmanship,
three

282
"Prize Questions and Answers
16, 55, 97, 141, 194, 240, 458,

273, 383, 423, 458, 501
Prize-winning camera pictures. 310

papers entitled “My

Funniest Experi-
ence"

316
show-cards

.182, 224
vacation stories. 490
Probert, O. W.: "How Station-

ery Sales Are Boosted". 242

prize picture submitted by. 396
Procter, Jr., Wm., concerning
the monument to

127
Profit and cost accounting. 309
Profits and expenses in the gro-
cery business

176
concerning legitimate

381
from stationery

384
the paint department, to
obtain more

75
the right and wrong of fig-
uring percentage

254
"Profits and Earnings"..10, 90,

131, 177, 265, 309
Promoting business, little helps
in

372
Proprietary medicines and the
A. M. A...

483
preparations in New York,
"remedying"

172
remedy manufacturers, an-
nual meeting of..

260
Purcell, F. R., sons of.

268
Purifying drinking water..... 510

317
"My Most Interesting De-
partment"

196
Runner, E. J., a booth display
arranged by

267
Rutherford, Mrs. R. G., death of 482
Ryan, Frank G., snapshot of... 443

S
Safety matches

256
Sage hair tonic.

522
Sales are boosted, how station-
ery.

240
how to increase candy. 227
in a country drug store, in
creasing

200
opportunities, creating

39
Salesmanship, concerning meth-
ods of

513
three papers on.

451
prize papers on.

282
Salesmen, developing efficient.. 190
Salt-water soap

476
Satisfied customers, making use
of

152
"Saunterer, The' :.178, 262, 308, 352

Qualities of importance in a
clerk

55
"Questions and Answers"....16,
55, 97, 141, 194, 240, 273,

383. 423, 458, 501
Quince toilet creams, filtering.. 520

as

a

an

STORES, PICTURES OF-Continued.

Model Drug Store, Waseca,
Minn.

487
Moore Bros., West Baden,
Ind.

443
Murgittroyd Drug Company,
Spokane, Wash.

266
Newcomer & Sons, M. F.,
Toledo, Ohio

313
Pantlind Pharmacy. Grand
Rapids, Mich.

198
Rogers & Son, H.° C., Up-
land, Nebraska

95
Vance Drug Co., Los An-
geles, Cal.

509
Veale, W. R., Granite, Okla. 14
Vermont Marble Co., Proc-
tor, Vt.

14
Wilson, J. I., Cambridge,
Ohio

113
Wheeler, Carlton B., Hud-
son, Mass.

137
Stout, M. A., portrait and men-
tion of

409
Strang, David: “The Movie Slide
as an Advertising Medium".

192
Strehl, Louis J.: Displaying
Own-make Preparations".

97
Strong, Samuel E., portrait and
mention of

133
Strontium bromide and potassi-
um citrate incompatible.

81
Stuckey, E. W., portrait and

mention of
Studholme, Foster, portrait and
mention of

50
Stults, E. C.: "Showing Real In-

terest in Farmers' Affairs.... 502
"Submitted for Poison Tests".. 28
Substitute for rubber stoppers,

383
novocaine not a synthetic.. 303
Substitutes for wool-fat.

342
Sulphur, liquid
Suppan, Dr. Leo, snapshot of 223
Suppository mold soap solution 346
Supreme Court and the Harri-
law

263
Sweet oil defined

126
Synthetic substitute, novocaine
not a

303
Syrup, making simple

163
System of bookkeeping for the

druggist, a complete.... 232
that keeps down expenses, a 17

"Soda Fountain, The"..162, 208,

250, 297, 340, 386
Sodium phosphite

346
Soldering fluid

80
Soldiers on the border, snap-
shot of U. S.

181
Soliciting Christmas business... 473
Solidified liniment

390
Solid perfume

258
Solution for fire-proofing fab-
rics

382
Harrington's

477
making standard-strength
Fowler's

166
Wright's

477
Solutions, percentage. ..388, 475
Sorley, Stanley M.: "Qualities

of Importance in a Clerk".. 56
Speeding up delivery boys.. 211
Spiers, D. R., prize-winning
show-cards by

225
Sponges, marking

430
Sporting goods interesting
line

195
Spurlock-Neal Company, adver-
tisement of

296
Stability of nitroglycerin tab-
lets, the

122
Stabilizers in ice cream, the use

297
Stains from hands, to
nitrate of silver..

123
to get rid of fruit.

390
to remove indelible ink. 389
Stamp selling idea

385
Standards among pharmacy col-
leges, increased

485
Standish, F.: "Planning a Mod-
ern Drug Store"

109, 198
Staple, Geo. W.: "What Do You
Think?"

382
Stationery pays good profits.

384
sales are boosted, how. 240
using up shop-worn.

120
Status of whiskey and brandy.. 478
Stearic acid cream.

301
Stephens-Ashurst bill, concern-
ing

135, 347
Sterilizing novocaine

390
Sterling, Harold

V.:

"How
Clerk Fattens His Pay En-
velope"

366
Stevens bill, the course of the.. 171
St. Louis Naturalists' Club, pho-
tograph of

223
Stock, age marks on...

75
reducing scheme, a.

206
turnovers, concerning...218,

306, 350, 438, 439
Stoppers, a substitute for rubber 383
Store, advertising the drug.. 73
booklet, an attractive.

165
catalogue in a newspaper..

39
increasing sales in a coun-
try drug

200
planning a modern .....109, 198

Tonic, witch-hazel hair..

81
Tooth paste, a potassium chlo-
rate

434
pastes

168
Tracey, Arthur A.: "Advertising
My Drug Business"

374
Trade bringing methods.

385
how putting in another
door doubled

124
marks, information concern-
ing

125, 522
Tragacanth, toilet creams, fl-
tering

520
Trained nurse

business
creator, the

516
Trees, destroying

434
Tricks of the trade, some.

37
Tupper, Frank H.: Luck as a

Factor in My Business Career" 147
Turning calls for non-stocked
articles into cash.

27
waste into cash..

16
Turnovers, concerning stock, 218,

306, 350, 439, 449

U
United Drug Company and Riker-
Hegeman merger, concerning.

1, 85
United Drug Company and South
America

393
United States Chamber of Com-

merce, a significant report by 88
UNITED STATES PHARMACO-
POEIA:
Changes in the new...::

..322, 362
Changing from the old to
the new

485
Concerning the new....263,

279, 304
Distribution of the....

260
Probable date of enforce-
ment of

413
Revision committee votes

not to reopen the brandy

and whisky question.... 86
United States, reciprocal regis-

tration throughout the....236, 288
Universal liniment

258
Urine specimens

383
tests for sugar and albumin 125

of

remove

410

a

42

son

a

V

Vacation, a drug man's.

470
stories, prize-winning

490
developing business during. 429
"Vacation, How I Spent My" 490
Value of a name, the.

516
Vance Drug Co., store of. 509
Vance, J. G., portrait of.

509
starts new drug chain.

509
Vance, Luther H.: "A New Use

for an Old Product". 329
"Ductless Glands-Interest-
ing Developments"

244
Veale, W. R., store of.

14
Vermont Marble Company, store
of

14
Vermin, remedies against.

300
Viscid liquids, filtering.

520
Volatile principles of coffee. 276

STORES, PICTURES OF:

Baldauf Drug Co., Milwau-
kee, Wis.

95
Blake Drug Co., John S.,
Charlotte, N. C.

137
Coleman Company, John,
Wheeling, W. Va.

223
Cone, E. H., Atlanta, Ga..

52
Diethelm Bros., Toledo, O. 486
Eckels, Paul, Crowley, Ill. 442
Erwin Drug Co., Erwin,
Tenn.

442
Frawley, John P., Bangor,
Maine

314
Fricke, F. B., Council Bluffs,
Iowa

442
Garrido, Isaias, Sullana,
Peru

94
Gillespie, F. T., St. Joseph,
Mich

14
Gurley's, Sanford, No. Caro-
lina

267
Hamburg Pharmacy, Ham-
burg, N, Y.

53
Hernandez, Antonio, Ciego
de Avila, Cuba..

94, 139
Hunter & McGee, Jackson,
Miss.

184
Johnston, Jas. D., Launces-
ton, Tasmania

25
Kelley, J. J., Seattle, Wash. 445
Kinsel, E. C., Detroit, Mich. 101
Lanier, James S., Memphis,
Tenn.

15
Lee, Arthur, Atlantic, Iowa 267
McClung Drug Co., Perth
Amboy, New Jersey

95
Miller, Gilbert E., Detroit,
Mich.

326

Table, advantages of a "dollar" 516
a pricing

441
making a card writer's. 375
Tablets, blue color in bichloride 390
dyspepsia

301
Tablet-triturate board, advan-
tages of a

518
Tague, John R., death of.

436
portrait of

436
Takamine, Dr. Jokichi, mention
of

482
"Taking a Gun on a Question-
able Account"

153
Tan shoe paste

169
shoes, blackening

80
Tariff, medicinal coal-tar chem-
icals and the

304
Tasmania, drug conditions in.. 25
Tattoo marks, removing.

388
Taylor, J. Earl: "An Auto Truck
and Candy Specials".

74
"A Wall Tent Window Dis-
play"

115
Telephone number, the impor-

ance of a good. 306
rainy days and the 339
service, advertis-
ing

38
"Temptation" tables

76
Testing oils

390
Tests for sugar and bumin in
urine

125
Tetropol

340
"That Quinine and Aspirin In-
compatibility"

249
Thomas, Charles J.: "One-Cent
Sales Good Advertising"

155
"Three Mistakes"

438
Thulin, E. C., pricing table de-
vised by

411
Tincture of iodine, restoring old 214
Tinctures from fluidextracts..76, 511
Tobacco habit, overcoming the 125
Todd, Harvey E.: "Moving the
Goods"

512
Todd, R. A., mention of.

308
Toilet accessories artistically
displayed

65
creams, filtering viscid. 520
Tonic, sage hair.

522

W
Wages paid to clerks, concern-
ing

219
Wagon
business

that didn't
рау, а

35
Wallace, Mrs. Emma Gary, por-
trait and mention of ....

51
Wallace, William E., convicted

under Harrison law
Wall tent window display. 115
Walter, Harry, G.: "Developing

Business During Vacation 429
Warner Co., Wm, R., goes to
New York

481
Warren, Milton A: "Turning
Creditors Into Cash"

35
Washington, liquor conditions
in State of

...259, 435, 480
Washington State Pharmaceu.

tical Association to meet on
steamship

129
Waste into cash, turning.

16
Water bath, an economical.. 255

discoloration in distilled.. 389
to purify drinking

510
Waterproofing oilskins

80
Waters, medicated

475
Want-book entries, the impor-
tance of making

206
Weis, J. E.: "As I View Sales-
manship"

451
West Indies. selling goods in the 446
Wheeler, Carlton B., store of. 137
Whelpley, H, M., mention of. 260, 304
snapshot of

478

WINDOW DISPLAYS:

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115

Whisky and brandy not to ap-

pear in the U. S. P. IX... 86
the status of

478
Whitehead, Harold: "Develop-

ing Efficient Salesmen" 191
"Getting the Most Out of
Window Displays"

22
"Making Use of satisfied
Customers"

152
"Making Use of the Printed
Advertisement"

61
"Sending Out Business-pull-
ing Letters'

104
White, J. Leyden, mention of..4,

130, 216, 437
Whitewash that will stick to
wood

257
Whittier, Edmond A., mention of 393
Wilcox, M. J., prize picture sub-
mitted by

397
Williamson, Chas., prize picture
submitted by

397
Wilson, Frederick H., mention of 8
Wilson, J. I., store of.

113
Wilson, Virgil: "Selling

Ex-
tracts in the Home",

35
Window, an artificial lake in the 36
detective, a ...

165
displays, getting the most
out of

22

American Oil

211
Bath requisites

24
Christmas

505
Disinfectants

211
Germicidal Soap

339, 486
Hallowe'en

418
Patriotic

339
One-cent sale

155
Toilet accessories

65
Wall tent
Witch-hazel hair tonic.

81
Witt, Van I.: "On the Subject
of Turnover"

449
Wohlfort, H. L.: "A System

That Keeps Down Ex-
penses"

17
"Testing One's Puzzle-
guessing Ability"

120
Wolgamot, Mr. and Mrs. M. C.,
daughter of

268
Women clerks, should they be
employed?

20
W. O. N. A. R. D., 1916 meet-
ing of

413
Wood, J. Russell, prize picture
submitted by

397
Wool-fat substitutes

342

Y

Yamacraw Club, the...

510
Yancey, Otis L., snapshot of. 11
"Ye Gods"

353
Yellow color for mineral oil. 302
Young, D. B.: "Here's a New
One''

121
Youthful errors

370

Z

Zimmerman, H. F.: "Demon-

strating That Price Tags Pay" 248

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FOREIGN OFFICES:

A DRUGGIST

SEVERELY
DEALT WITH.

nesses.

CONVICTED
UNDER THE
HARRISON LAW.

As severe as Dr. Blunt's senWALKERVILLE, ONT., Can.

tence may seem to be, how878 ST. PAUL STREET,

MONTREAL, QUE., Can. 19 AND 20 GREAT PULTENEY STREET, W., LONDON, ENG.

ever, it sinks somewhat into 125 YORK STREET, SYDNEY, N. S. W., AUSTRALIA.

the background when compared with that

meted out to his confederate, the druggist who All articles for publication and all communications bearing on the text should be addressed:

is said to have filled the illegitimate prescripEDITOR BULLETIN OF PHARMACY,

tions and to have otherwise trafficked in narBox 484, DETROIT, MICH. All business letters should be addressed:

cotics. William E. Wallace is the druggist's PUBLISHER BULLETIN OF PHARMACY, name, and he received an aggregate sentence Box 484, DETROIT, MICH.

of 17 years imprisonment and a fine of $10,000.

There were four charges, one of them being THE MONTH'S HISTORY

that Wallace had attempted to intimidate wit

For this he was sentenced to the penitentiary During the last sixty days

for two years; upon each of the other charges there seems to have been

the penalty imposed was five years. The court

instructed that the three five-year terms should more Harrison law cases in court than there have been during any corre

be served concurrently, however, and this

means that the time served will have been seven sponding period since the measure went into effect last March. From all our larger centers

years in all. A circumstance which is said to

have influenced the judge in passing sentence activity in the imposing of fines and jail and

was the defiant attitude of the defendant. prison terms is being reported. A case that has attracted considerable atten

At the time sentence was imposed Wallace tion is that of Dr. Arthur L. Blunt of Chicago.

was unable to raise a $20,000 bond and was In spite of repeated warnings, Dr. Blunt per

remanded to the county jail. It is understood sisted in violating the law, and after several

that Wallace, also, will attempt to get a hearing

in another court. trials he was convicted on a number of counts. He is an old man, comparatively-61; and on his sixty-first birthday he stood up to receive a

MERGER

It is reported by Eastern sentence of two years of penal servitude in the

commercial papers that the Federal prison at Leavenworth, Kansas, and a

plans of the Riker & Hegefine of $2500.

man Company and the United Drug Company Dr. Blunt made a long and somewhat elo- to effect a consolidation have been brought quent plea in his own behalf, claiming that his temporarily to a standstill by reason of a re

PLANS TEMPO.
RARILY HALTED.

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