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Identifier: pharmaceuticaler33newyuoft

Title: The Pharmaceutical era

Year: 1887 (1880s)


Subjects: Drug Industry Drugs Drugs Pharmaceutical industry Pharmacy Pharmacy

Publisher: New York [etc.] D. O. Haynes & Co

Contributing Library: Gerstein - University of Toronto

Digitizing Sponsor: Ontario Council of University Libraries and Member Libraries



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rs, was appointed to invest!gate the matter. The reports of the secretary and treasurer were presented and both showed theassociation to be in satisfactory condition.Twenty new applications were received andabout seventy-five members were in attend-ance. L. Mathews, of Miami, I. T., aformer member of tbe association, made anaddress, and E. T. Mitchell of New Orleans, delivered a lecture on the Growthof Plants, and their relation to pharmacy. Hot Springs was chosen as the place ofnext meeting. The following officers wereelected: President, W. II. Skinner. Poc.i-hontas; vice-presidents, Charles Sehenck,Hot Springs, and Gus Nash, Jonesboro;secretary. Miss Mary A. Fein, Little Rock ;treasurer, D. J. Rogers, Little Rock. A feature of the exercises at the ban-quet, which concluded the meeting, was thepresentation to Miss Mary A. Fein of agold medal as a token of the members ap-preciation of her services as secretary forthe past eight years. jllllJ I, I>i.v| Till-. IllAKMACIlTlCAL fK \ 13


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Help on BotH Hands! On the one hand we have Dry-Sole which will be a mig-hty yood thing(or ^ott to have on hand this winter— For on the other hand we have a bunch of ads which are to appear inthe leading magazines, and interest more than twenty-five million people—about nine out of ten of the buyers in your toiun. We want you to anticipate the effect these ads will have upon thetwenty-five million or more people who read them. We want you to beprepared to supply tlicir demand for Dry-Sole—we dont want to be bothered-with mail-orders, thev re not in our line. DRY-SOLE Keeps Feet Dry. There is always room in a good store for a thing that sells. When you get a cus-tomer in your store, be prepared to sell him everything he can use to advantage. Littlethings, only a quarter, sell easiest. Our effective advertisements of Dry-Sole willbring many people to your store looking for it—for each ad mentions that you carry it instock. To disappoint them would be to discourage future inquiri



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