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F. A. MOSES.
dinner at the Jefferson Hotel, October 8, in celebration ST. LOUIS LOCALS.
of his semi-centennial.
F. A. Moses, of the Wellston Pharmacy, 6201 Easton A. Schirenberg, Twenty-tbird Street and Cass Avenue,
Avenue, goes out on a fishing reports business fair and increasing.
trip every week and always
has a few fish for his friends. Wm. Brauch, manager of the Carey Pharmacy, Twenty-second Street and Cass . Avenue, says business is
C. G. Arras, 6125 Bartmer very good.
Avenue, bas one of the finest Wm. Cummins, 3062 Cass Avenue, says business is
and best arranged stores in fair, with prospects of getting better. He has been in
that part of the city. He says business at this corner for twenty-three years.
business is fair and consider
ably better than it has been. Manning Waldeck always has his fishing outfit ready so that he can go fishing at a moment's notice. He
C. J. Haeberle, owner of the usually brings home some fish for his friends.
Hodiamont Pharmacy, Maple
and Hodiamont Avenues, says S. A. Lavine, a graduate of the St. Louis College of
business is fair and increasing Pharmacy, '03, is owner of the Labadie, Euclid and St. Louis Avenues. He reports business good.
right along. C. Norford, with the Stoermer Drug Co., Sarah and
Edgar N. Sanders, a graduate of the St. Louis College Olive Streets, is a graduate of the Philadelphia College
of Pharmacy, Class of '84, quit the drug business some of Pharmacy, '04. He reports business fair and im
years ago and is now engaged in the automobile busiproving
ness, but he still has a soft spot in his heart for his
old college friends and would like to meet them all F. C. Pauley, Jr., proprietor of the Hamilton Phar
again. macy at 924 Hamilton Avenue, is a graduate of the St. Louis College of Pharmacy, '07, and says business
Charles Renner, who attended the meeting of the is fair and getting better right along.
N. A. R. D. at Atlantic City, N. J., says “Next to
Chicago, St. Louis had the largest number of delegates Dr. A. H. Juengel, a graduate of the St. Louis College of at the meeting. The members attended the sessions Pharmacy, '02, is now interne
very diligently so as to be able to report fully to those at the City Hospital.
members who were unable to attend.” As a whole, E. M. Norton, formerly doing
he said that the St. Louis delegation had a very fine relief work, accepted a position
trip. as prescription clerk with the
H. W. Friedewald, Page and Goodfellow Avenues, has Judge & Dolph Pharmacal Co.,
one of the finest stores in on Olive Street.
that portion of the city and Dr. F. E. Meyer, formerly at
reports business fair. Ste. Genevieve, is now pro
R. G. Houghland, with the prietor of the Cottage Phar
Clara-Etzel Pharmacy, says macy, Spring and Cottage Ave
business is fair, but could nues, and reports business very
still be much better. good, in fact, so far every month DR. A. H. JUENGEL,
A. J. Temm, North Market this year has been better than
Street and Clara Avenue, the corresponding month last year.
says he is doing a nice busiA. Stetzlini, 3501 Cass Avenue, reports business fair ness and is well satisfied and increasing. He is one of the great fishermen since he opened his store on and manages to bring home a nice lot of bass and the above corner croppie after his weekly fishing trips.
0. J. Cloughly, 5601 Easton W. M. A. Smith, Boonville, Mo., lately in the drug Avenue, reports business business at McAlester, Okla., is permanently located fair. He is a great admirer of fine dogs. He has as prescription clerk with Ambrose Mueller, at Web- some of the finest breed of bull terriers in the city. ster Groves, and is well satisfied with his change.
1. M. Clark, after leaving the public schools of Upper J. Oldakowski, a graduate of the St. Louis College of
Alton, entered the drug business of the W. A. Clark Pharmacy, bought the drug store on Elliot and Gam
Drug Co., owned by his brother, at Upper Alton, reble Streets some time ago and says business is fair, maining for a few years. He then attended the St. and that he is well satisfied for the time he has been Louis College of Pharmacy, graduating in 1907. Soon there.
after graduating he entered into partnership with F. Dr. George A. Bowman, president of the St. Louis So- W. Runde, Ph. G., under the firm name of the Tower ciety of Dental Science and for fifty years a practi- Drug Co., 2100 East Grand Avenue. He reports busi. tioner of dentistry in St. Louis, was honored with a
H. W. FRIEDEWALD.
A tripled advertising campaign (giving prescription) has just been resumed on Toris Compound and Concentrated Pine Compound.
Every druggist knows that these goods are money makers for the trade, should keep a liberal stock on hand and give us his hearty co-operation. Both of these products can well be considered as staples; wherever they have been established, they continue to repeat with amazing regularity which is the best evidence of their intrinsic merit,
Globe Pharmaceutical Company
124 EAST OHIO STREET
MO. PH. A.
Rheumatism No More.-Serial No 9846 is the trade Mo, Ph. A. Committees for 1908-1909. mark of a rheumatic cure made by E. F. Davis, a
Deceased Members.-Fred R. Dimmitt, Chairman, Kansas City: druggist at 916 North Kingsbighway, who reports P. H. Franklin, Marshall; A. S. Ludwig, St. Louis; F. L. Barnes that he is having many calls for the remedy.
Kansas City; W. B. Kerns, Bunceton.
Drug Adulterations.-Dr. Chas. E. Caspari, Chairman, St.Louis; The Coca-Cola Company has won its suit in the Mrs. D. V. Whitney, Kansas City; Wm. K. Ilhart, St. Louis; H. United States Circuit Court against Max Jacobs and the 1. Llewellyn, Mexico; A. Brandenberger, Jefferson City. Western Bottling Works, and the court has issued a Exhibits.-H. J. Nie, Chairman, Kansas City; C. E. Zion, Kan. decree that forbids the defendants to make or sell or sas City; F. W. Robinson, Warrensburg; E. L. Rhodes, Lincoln; advertise that they have for sale, either in bottles or Geo. L Parsons, Kansas City. by the glass, any beverage, as "Kos-Kola,” “Cold. Entertainment.-J. C. Wirthman, Vice-Chairman, Kansas City. Cola” or by any other name so similar in sound or ap- Chairman and members will be named when location of 1909 pearance as to lead customers to believe that they are meeting is decided. buying the drink known as Coca-Cola. This decree Ladies Entertainment Committee.- Mrs. H M. Whelpley, also forbids them infringing on the trade name “Coca- Chairman; Mrs. Otto F. Claus, Vice-Chairman; Mrs. J. C. WirthCola" or trying to sell any other drink in place of Coca- man, Mrs. Wm. Mittelbach; Mrs. Oscar H. Ott; Mrs. L. A. Seitz; Cola and thereby deceiving the public. The court has Mrs. C. W. Loomis; Mrs. E. C. Hamill; Mrs. D. V. Whitney; Mrs. made this decree perpetual and final.-[Chicago Even- T. T. Duncan; Mrs. H. J. Stolle; Mrs. W. H. Lamont; Mrs. A. C. ing American, October 10, 1908.
Meyer; Mrs. Dan Liddy; Mrs. Ed. Hunter.
Legislation.-Charles L. Wright, Chairman, Webb City; Henry Hesse Envelope Company Makes Important Addi
0. A. Huegel, St. Louis; Dr. A. H. P. Bohning, New Hampton; tion.—The Hesse Envelope Company, manufacturers Louis Grother, Warsaw; P. H. Franklin, Marshall. of envelopes, St. Louis, Mo., have just installed a National Formulary.-Mrs. D. V. Whitney, Chairman, Kansas lithograph department with an equipment the best City; W.C. Knight, Columbia; Ambrose Mueller, Webster Groves; that money can buy. The concern will not only litho- C. H. Cleeton, Higbee; Leo Suppan, St. Louis. graph envelopes but will do a general line of com- Membership and Attendance.-E.H.Dudley, Chairman, Kansas mercial work. The addition of this plant means that City; W. R. Scheldrup, Pierce City; H. P. Sum, St. Louis; H. W. this is the only concern in this great country which Servant, Sedalia; Ed. G. Orear, Maryville. manufactures a complete line of regular size envelopes Papers and Queries.-Prof. Francis Hemm, Chairman, St. Louis; and lithographs them in its own establishment. They H. M. Pettit, Carrolltop; J. F. Llewellyn, Mexico; C. E. Meyers, take the order for lithographing envelopes and turn it St. Charles; F. G. Uhlich, St. Louis. out complete. Other concerns either farm out the Trade Interests.-Wm. F. Ittner, Chairman, St. Louis; F. C. lithographing or the making of the envelopes. Orders Whitman, Warrensburg; R. B. Tilley, Columbia; A. Nicholas, for all kinds of commercial lithography are now coming Trenton; W. D. Webb, St. Joseph. in from the South and West and the new department Transportation.-W. B. Kerns, Chairman, Buoceton; s. J. is already quite busy. The company have adopted the Althoff, Higginsville; W. E. Bard, Sedalia; J. J. Frey, St. Louis; Off-Set press which not only permits of a higher class T. B. Montgomery, Warrensburg of work, but also gives a capacity of six or eight times United States Pharmacopoeia.-Wm. Mittelbach, Chairman, as much work within a given time.
Boonville; Francis Hemm, St. Louis; O. W. Smith, Sedalia; H. The company operate a branch house in Dallas, M. Pettit, Carrollton; Otto F. Claus, St. Louis. Texas, and is one of the leading houses in the South- Auxiliary Committee of Jobbers.-(To solicit new members.) west in their line.
Judge W. T. Bland, chairman, McPike Drug Co., Kansas City.
Auxiliary Committee on Membership and Legislation. Druggists Have Been Deceived So Many Times in
3rd....G. W. Carmack .Plattsburg, Clinton Co. The Rainbow Dye Company, however, hold them
4th ....Ed. G. Orear...... Marysville, Nodaway Co. selves in readiness to challenge this skepticism. They
5th....W. M. Federmann....... Kansas City. are willing to guarantee that every one of the eighteen
.T. B. Montgomery...... Warrensburg, Johnson Co. standard Rainbow colors will dye cotton, wool, silk,
7th ...W.E. Bard........ .Sedalia, Pettis Co. linen and mixed fabrics at the same time, with the
8th....W.C. Kuight... ..... Columbia. same dye and in the same bath, if their simple direc
9th ... J. F. Llewellyn..... Mexico. tions are carefully followed, or they will authorize the
10th ... Ambrose Mueller. .... Webster Groves, Mo. dealer to refund the money to his customer, and will
11th....Dr. O. F. Claus.... 3513 Hebert St., St. Louis. in turn refund the amount to the dealer.
12th....Dr. Charles Herbert..... Jefferson and Park Avs., St. Louis. The Rainbow Dye Company are offering to the trade
13th....Murray C. Kalis. .Desloge, St. Francois Co. the smallest and most unique cabinet, at the smallest
14th ....I. Ben Miller
Cape Girardeau. investment, of any cabinet now offered on the market.
15th....W. T. Ballagh. .Nevada, Mo. It is given with orders for one gross of the goods, and
16th .... Sam Farrar . ..Lebanon, Laclede Co. includes twelve packages free, thus affording the
Delegates. dealer an unusually large profit for a very widely ad
American Pharmaceutical Association.-Charles Gietner, St. vertised and guaranteed product.
Louis; Wm. Mittelbach, Boonville; A. Brandenberger, H. M. The Rainbow Dye Company, New York City, will be Petiit, Carrollton. glad to forward to any dealer, on application, a coloro N. A. R. D.-Charles L. Wright, Chairman, W. M. Federmann, card of Rainbow Dyes showing a sample of cotton, Kansas City, Alterpate. wool, silk and mixed goods sewn together and dyed at Illinois Pharmaceutical Association.-Dr. H. M. Whelpley, the same time, in the same bath and with the same
Chairman, St. Louis; Leo Suppan, St. Louis. dye, together with literature giving a full description chairman, Kansas City, Kan.; T. A. Musely, Kansas City, Kan!
Kansas Pharmaceutical Association.-A. F. Zimmerschied, of their unique cabinet and their various propositions
Missouri Medical Association --Same Committee as on Legisto dealers.
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