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A line of color paint boxes for amateurs and professionals. All
Manufacturers-Importers, Artists' Materials, Drawing and School Supplies.
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Why, there's not a piece of chicken in it, and there never was.”
“Dat's right, boss—dey ain't no chicken in it."
“Then why do you call it chicken pie? I never heard of such a thing !"
"Dat's right, boss. Dey don't have to be no chicken in a chicken pie. Dey ain't no dog in a dog biscuit, is dey?"—Bagology.
DRUG BOXES of the kind that indicate to the customer the excellence of the merchandise contained in them-"quality" boxes, in short-constitute the line manufactured by the F. N. Burt Company, Ltd., Buffalo, N. Y.
Burt boxes are not sold direct, but may be obtained from almost any wholesaler or jobbing house in the country. To obtain them it is necessary simply to specify “Burt boxes” when placing an order.
Any druggist who is not familiar with the line may secure samples or a catalogue by writing direct to the company.
"Spurs"-members of the Society for the Prevention of Useless Giving—will appreciate having their attention called to the Whitall Tatum "Special” waterbottle as a useful article for Christmas giving.
As a sensible gift the "Special” is eminently satisfactory. It is practical, and is guaranteed to give service for a period of not less than two years.
Why not bring Whital Tatum “Special” bottles to the front during the holiday season? If your stock is low, the Whitall Tatum Company, 410-416 Race Street, Philadelphia, will fill a rush order.
A HUNGRY customer seated himself at a table in a quick-lunch restaurant and ordered a chicken pie. When it was served, he raised the cover and sat staring at the contents. Finally, he called the waiter.
"Look here, Sam,” he said, "what did I order?" “Chicken pie, sah." "And what have you brought me?" “Chicken pie, sah." “Chicken pie? You black rascal! Chicken pie?
“ARE ye sure ye love me?" sighed the buxom widow, as she paused in her wringing.
The man vowed he did.
For a few minutes there was silence as the widow continued her labor. Then suddenly she raised her head, and asked:
“You ain't lost yer job, 'ave yer?”—Tit-Bits.
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freely available AT THE SAME PRICE as before the war The Hoffmann-LaRoche Chemical Works, .
Uso Mead Mills for crude drug grinding. Grinding done by impact; no friction
surfaces. Simple in con-
ufacturers of proprietary medi.
20th St. and M. C. R. R.
IF YOU WOULD
LEARN MORE. Retailers, wholesalers and chemical laboratories are constantly looking for bright men to add to their pay roll. These positions are open from the Atlantic to the Pacific. If you would secure one of them in the pharmaceutical line, it is necessary for you to have a pharmaceutical education. The course offered by THE PRACTICAL DRUGGIST INSTITUTE is one you take at your home. You do not give up work, as the entire time on the course can be done at night.
This Institute has been established for more than eighteen years, and has graduated students in every state in the Union and a number of foreign countries. it you intend taking the State Board examinations, our course is the best quiz offered.
A sample lesson and full particulars sent on request at no expense to you. Address THE PRACTICAL DRUGGIST INSTITUTE,
53 Gold Street, New York.
Front View No. 1 MEAD MILL
RIPANS and to regulate the stomach
'Vegetable Glue, etc. Are the finest and Best loks and Adhesivos Emancipato yourself from corrosive and 111smelling inks and adhesives and adopt the Higgins' Inks and Adhesives. They will be a revelation to you, they are so sweet, clean, well put up, and withal so efficient. They form an attractive and profitable line for Drug Stores. Price, discounts and printed matter furnished. CRAS. M. BIGGINS & CO., Mfrs.
Branches: Chicago, London. 271 Ninth Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
For Indigestion, Constipation and to regulate the Stomach
and Bowels. Ten millions of Ripans Tabules have been sold in a single month.
ORDER OF YOUR JOBBER Ripans Tabules, 5c........ doz. $0.40 250. (choc.-coat.).........doz. 2.00
TRADE 6oc. (family).............doz, 4.80 Gross lots Sc. size, or $6 lots assorted, 5 per cent. discount.
MARK THE RIPANS CHEMICAL COMPANY,
No. 10 Spruce St., New York.
THE LOCK-STUB CHECK SYSTEM of Controlling Soda Fountain Receipts. Used only
where a cashier is employed. It quickly and permanently stops “leaks" wbetber trom dishonesty or carelessness. It provides a clean check for the customerno more sticky and slimy checks.
Throw out your celluloid checks and other antiquated checking systems and put your checking system on a modern basis.
Our booklet describes the complete system. It will “put you wise" to some expensive trregularities under old systems and bow to correct tbem. Write for it, Bosh Terminal, Brooklyn, N. Y. THE LOCK-STUB CHECK COMPANY, 22 Quincy St., Chicago
The kindergarten had been studying the wind all week—its power, effects, etc.—until the subject had been pretty well exhausted. To stimulate interest, the kindergartner said, in her most enthusiastic manner: “Children, as I came to school to-day in the trolleycar, the door opened and something came softly in and kissed me on the cheek. What do you think it was?"
And the children joyfully answered, “The conductor!"-Harper's Magazine.
"Window DISPLAYS FOR Druggists” is now in the third edition-a convincing proof of its practicability and usefulness for retail druggists.
The book contains clear-cut photographic reproductions and painstaking descriptions of 115 easy-toduplicate window displays. The displays are all practical ones, the trade-pulling powers of which have been proved by trial.
Calendars suggesting articles for display every week of the year, a collection of money-getting slogans for show-card use, and many other helps to enable you to get the best returns from your window space are also included in the book.
E. G. Swift, P. O. Box 484, Detroit, Mich., will send you the volume, post-paid, for $1.00.
“ROBERTSON Fruit TABLETS keep indefinitely, but sell so readily after once tried that their keeping properties are rarely tested,” say the manufacturers.
If you want to learn of the possibilities that the selling of fruit tablets holds out to you, write to the Robertson Candy Company, New York City, for information and prices.
"You keep a joint bank account with your wife, do you not?"
“Yes; I deposit the money and she draws it out.”— Cleveland Dealer.
DINGLEBATZ: "A scientist has invented what he calls a ‘muck-ray' machine that seems destined to fill a long-felt want."
Snicklefritz: "What is its object?"
Dinglebatz: "It will enable the people to see how a candidate can spend $10,000 in getting himself elected to a $1,500 office, and yet grow rich on the deal.” — Indianapolis Star.
When writing to advertisers please mention BULLETIN OF PHARMACY.
We have several attractive propositions under "Specialty" names. Write us for particulars
H.PLANTEN & SON, BROOKLYN, N.Y.
THE BARNSTEAD STILL
THE AMERICAN DRUGgist.—With the possible exception of the grocer and the meat dealer, there is none who occupies a more prominent and important position in our community and business activity than does the American druggist. Many towns are so stunted that they have to get along without an editor and some other agencies of progress and uplift, but it is indeed a small place that does not have a druggist.
The American retail druggist is sui generis. Travel the world over and you will encounter his like nowhere. Europe and other civilized places have their chemist and apothecary shops, which are dreary places compared with the corner drug store that is an attractive center of business and social intercourse in every populous American neighborhood. The druggist in most foreign lands is looked upon as necesary but to be patronized only in an emergency. He has no soda fountain, no free telephone, none of the other allurements that draw the healthy along with the ill to his place of business.
The retail druggist in this country has made himself indispensable by his enterprise and foresight in ministering to the requirements of those in his vicinity. He has been progressive and aggressive. He has sugarcoated the pill, has put our castor oil in capsules, given us plasters that will come off-maybe-and done a thousand and one other little services for ailing humanity. He has earned the prosperity and approval that are his. Indianapolis is pleased to be his host and voices the sentiment of appreciative patrons in all parts of the country when it wishes him continued and increased success.- Indianapolis Star.
HUBBY: "Hubbs is no kind of an umpire. He's no judge of fouls."
Wifie: "Why hubby, I'm surprised to hear you say so, when he raises the best fancy chickens in the neighborhood.”—Baltimore American.
When writing to advertisers please mention BULLETIN OF PHARMACY.