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Preparations of Burroughs Wellcome & Co. (London). (See Entle', 'Hazeline', 'Kepler”, “Soloid,” 'KEPLER' Malt Products. Tabloid' and 'Valule'.) (Trade Mark) (Burroughs Wellcome & Co.
«TABLOID' Brand Products. 'ENULE' Brand Rectal Sup
(Trade Mark) positories.
'Kepler' Malt Extract and (frade Mark)
(Burroughs Wellcome Burroughs Wellcome
various combinations. The word 'Enule' is a trade mark
The word 'Tabloid' is a trade mark or brand which indicates fine prod
or brand which indicates fine products issued by Burroughs WellThe word 'Kepler' is a trade mark
ucts issued by Burroughs Wellcome & Co. or brand which indicates fine prod
come & Co.
ucts issued by Burroughs Well'HAZELINE' Brand Preparations.
come & Co. (Trade Mark) (Burroughs Wellcome & Co.)
‘VALULE' Brand Products. “Hazeline 'SOLOID' Brand Products.
(Trade Mark) “Hazeline? Cream
(Trade Mark) • Hazeline Snow?
(Burroughs Wellcome “Hazeline' Suppositories
& Co.) Hazeline Compound
& Co.) Suppositories
The word 'Soloid' is a trade mark
The word 'Valule' is a trade mark The word 'Hazeline'is a trade mark or brand which indicates fine prod
or brand which indicates fine prodor brand which indicates fine products issued by Burroughs Wellucts issued by Burroughs Well
ucts issued by Burroughs Wellcome & Co. come & Co.
come & Co.
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WALL'S PHARMACOGNOSY NOTES
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Mr. O. O. Grady, '07, enjoyed a visit from his mother NEWS FROM HERE AND THERE.
and sister, October 20.
The Junior Class has elected Mr. J. M. Bladen to reLocal Newspapers containing marked items of news
present them on the Hawkeye board. interesting to the drug trade are always welcomed by the MEYER BROTHERS DRUGGIST.
Mr. C. C. Narum, '06, of Odebolt, was here for the Nampa is the Denver of Idaho.—The citizens are
Alumni football game and proved a tower of strength. particularly interested in the National Irrigation Con- On October 26 some members of the senior and junior gress. As an example of the prosperity of the place classes gave a dancing party at Kenyon Hall. All they call attention to the investment of $3,000,000 report a very pleasant time. which has recently been made in a big sugar beet
Brady Brothers, of Waterloo, have sold to C. D. factory.
Mulcahy, of La Porte and Seph. Johnson, of Waterloo, A Pharmacopoeia Free.—The board of trustees of
possession to be given in two weeks. the U. S. P. Convention has decided to place at the
The Junior Class has elected the following officers: disposal of each state pharmaceutical association a copy of the U. S. P. VIII to be marked as a prize for a
president, E. M. Wertz; vice-president, L. M. Fergumeritorious paper on “How to Interest Physicians in
son; secretary, R. I. Landon; class representative,
F. P. Homan. the Pharmacopoeia?” Shelbina County (Mo.) R. D. A.-List of members
Mr. O. H. Bruhn, '02, who has been at Scotland, South is as follows:
Dakota, since his graduation, has recently engaged in M. H. Scrutchfield, Clarence; Arthur Felker, Clarence; J. M. business at Canton, South Dakota. The firm name is McCully, Clarence; J. G. Baurer, Bethel; Toney Collins, Bethel; Bruhn & Zepfennig J. W. Penn, Shelbyville; A. M. Priest, Shelbyville; Gose & Yost, Shelbina; A. M. McCully, Shelbina; J. A. O'Daniel, Hunnewell;
Mr. A. B. Benn, '04, who is now located at Collins, was R. C. Moss, Hunnewell.
here to attend the Iowa-Missouri football game and The Cleveland School of Pharmacy Alumni Association visit old friends. During his stay in the city he was has arranged a series of parties for the winter season.
the guest of his classmate, Mr. R. R. Whetstone. The first was held November 21.
Traveling Men Visiting St. Louis During November. Joseph Daily, formerly of Ft. Niobrara, Neb., is now
Mr. Hatcb, representing Seamless Rubber Co., New Haven, at Pinor del Rio, Cuba. He is Sergeant, First Class, Conn. of the Hospital Corps of the United States Army.
F. W. Oxley, representing Seabury & Johnson, 59 Maiden Lane,
New York City. Aug. Breunert, Ph. G., of Kansas City, Mo., spent so
F. von Hermann, representing Cleveland Rubber Works, much of his time abroad that his cards bear the in
Cleveland, Ohio. formation “U. S. A.”. Mr. Breunert is an ex-president H. Gips, representing The J. Morrison Brush Co., 350 Broadway, of the state association and active in pharmaceutical
New York City.
S. A. Shulman, representing Atlas Specialty Co., Buffalo, N. Y. affairs.
C. F. Warren, representing Florence Mfg. Co., 185 Dearborn George Bollinger has sold his store at No. 3801 State Street, Chicago, I11. Street, Chicago, Ill., to W. E. Wallace. Mr. Bollinger
G. W. Beage, representing Felix, Fournier & Knopff, 20 Spruce
Street, New York City. has long been known as a prominent Chicago pharma
E. Cook, representing Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, cist and has earned the rest which he proposes to take N. J. at Los Angeles, Cal.
Otto A. C. Hagen, representing T. G. Cooper & Co., 40 North
Second Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Ben Schwartz, secretary of Schwartz Brothers, Salem,
R. B. Parmenter, representing Grand Rapids Brush Co., Grand Ill., is in quite poor health. He is a graduate of the
Rapids, Mich. St. Louis College of Pharmacy, a member of the State W.J. Marshman, representing C. B. Woodworth & Sons Co., Board of Pharmacy and has long been prominently
Rochester, N. Y. identified with the business iuterest of Salem.
S. H. Lichty, representing The Pennsylvania Soap Co., Lan
caster, Pa. Frank C. Simson, of Halifax, N. S., spent a day in St. L. H. Trott, representing Empire Rubber Mfg. Co., 20 La Louis on his way from Chicago to San Francisco. Mr.
Salle Street, Chicago, Ill.
M. Levy, representing P. Monlun, 28 East Twenty-second Simson has sold his wholesale drug business at Halifax
Street, New York; Daggett & Ramsdell, 17 West Thirty-fourth to the merger and is now enjoying a twelve months
Street, New York. vacation. He has recently visited Jamaica and will J. Hoffmann, representing Parker, Stearns & Co., 228 South tour Mexico as well as the United States before going
Street, New York City.
S. H. Lichty, representing Cosmo Buttermilk Soap Co., Goshen, to Toronto where he will establish a manufacturing
Ind. plant for the merger of nineteen wholesale drug firms E. W. Wilson, representing Kyoto Mfg. & Trading Co., 368 of Canada.
Broadway, New York City.
A. O. Rich, representing E. C. Rich, 342 West Fourteenth Street, Pharmacy College of the State University of lowa.
New York City. Mr. G. E. Kiehl, ex'07, of Anita, was married recently. Mr. Taylor, representing The Geo. E. Evans Co., 5 West Eight
eenth Street, New York City. Mr. O. L. Rogers, '07, entertained his father a short
W.F. Craven, representing Hall & Ruckel, 1204 Winona Avenue,
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Mr. Walter Pippen, who entered the School of PharNEWS FROM HERE AND THERE.
macy with the '07 class, is engaged in the manufacturing department of Frederick Stearns & Co.. Detroit,
Mich. California State Board of Pharmacy.-Ed. T. Off,
Frank J. Jones, Ph. C., '06, has been with the DawA. L. Leber, H. O. Buker, E. J. Molony, J. O. McKown,
son Brothers, Ann Arbor, Mich., as prescription clerk R. S. Oakford, Geo. M. Sutherland.
since graduation. The Dawson Brothers are both N. J. Board of Pharmacy.-George W. Parisen, graduates of the School of Pharmacy. Perth Amboy; George H. White, Jersey City; David
Mr. Linwood A. Brown, Ph. C., '04, for some time anaStrauss, Newark; Edward B. Jones, Mt. Holly; Henry lytical chemist in the laboratory of Merck & Co., has A. Jorden, secretary, 56 East Commerce Street, Bridge- been appointed assistant professor of pharmacy in ton.
North Dakota Agricultural College which is located What They Mean.
at Fargo, North Dakota. U.S. P. C. is United States Pharmacopæial Convention.
Mr. Raymond J. VanDorn, B. S. (Pharmacy) ’05, who N. A. B. P. is National Association Boards of Pharmacy.
was employed as prescription clerk in Cushing's PharN. F. is National Formulary. A, C. P. F. is American Conference Pharmaceutical Faculties.
macy, Ann Arbor, Mich., since graduation, may now N. A. R. D. is National Association Retail Druggists.
be found in Eberbach & Co.'s pharmacy and scientific
apparatus supply house. Board of Pharmacy Examinations have been con sidered in the columns of the MEYER BROTHERS
Mr. Harold C. Watkins, Ph. C., 02, with the PorterDRUGGIST as follows:
Ryerson-Hoobler Co., Omaha, Neb., as manufacturing pharmacist and chemist until the destruction of the factory by fire, has recently accepted a position with Merck & Co. as analytical chemist.
Walter H. Blome, Ph. C., '98, M. S. (Pharmacy) '05,
who was instructor in pharmacy at the University of Colo..
Michigan during the years 1904-05 and in the summer session of the School of Pharmacy 1906, has accepted
a position with Frederick Stearns & Co., Detroit, Okla.
Mich., as analytical and research chemist. 208
The Thirty-ninth Annual Session of the School of PharOreg.
macy began September 25 with a total enrollment Quebec.
twenty-five per cent larger than last year at the same Mo..
time. The call for trained pharmacists and pharma277
ceutical chemists is greater than ever. This is to a Miss.. 1895 W, Va..
large extent due to the passage of the Pure Food and Miss. wis..
A New Course in Pharmaceutical Botany which consists The charge for above copies is twenty-five cents each.
of lectures and laboratory work has been added to the A. M. Fischer, of San Antonio, Tex., was in St. Louis curriculum of the first year students. It precedes the recently' on his way home from Philadelphia, where regular course in microscopical botany given by Prof. he was called by the death of his mother. Mr. Fischer J. O. Schlotterbeck in the second semester of the was at one time located at Alexander's Pharmacy in first year. The new course is in charge of Prof. C. St. Louis and later at Brand's Pharmacy. He was
H. Kauffman. graduated at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy in Mr. Charles R. Eckler, Ph. C., ’02, who has been em1886.
ployed for the past eighteen months in the analytical School of Pharmacy University of Michigan.
laboratory of Squibb & Sons, Brooklyn, N. Y., has
been engaged as assistant in pharmacognosy and Jasper A. Fenner, Ph. C., '06, has taken a position
botany at the University of Michigan. He is at the with Lavern Cushing, Ph. C., '99, Ann Arbor, Mich.,
same time pursuing graduate studies in bacteriology as prescription clerk.
and pharmacology. Louis Boelio, who entered the School of Pharmacy
Mr. Lewis E. Warren, Ph. C., '03, has been reappointed two years ago as a special student, has been reap
holder of the Frederick Stearns & Co. Fellowship in pointed as assistant in general chemistry.
Pharmaceutical Research. He will continue his study Mr. James Seymour, Ph. C., '94, B. S. (Pharmacy) '04,
of the chemistry of the poison sumach under the is now located at Scio, Ohio, as professor of pharmacy direction of Prof. A. B. Stevens, and at the same and chemistry in Scio College of Pharmacy.
time complete his studies for the degree of B. S. Tod B. Roll, Ph. C., '06, is engaged with Leonard (Pharmacy). After graduation in '03 Mr. Warren was Seltzer, Ph. C., '92, who maintains two exclusively employed in the analytical laboratory of Merck & Co., prescription stores in the city of Detroit, Mich.
New York City.
110 60 51 384 230 401 25 77 273 128 71 12 132 165 341 362 10 45 83 117 143
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1905 1905 1905 1905 1901 1894 1903 1904 1904 1905 1905 1906 1906 1906 1906 1906 1906 1906
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76 382 128 89
53 138 206 249
1895 1896 1901 1901 1892 1896 1893 1897 1897 1897 1903 1900 1897 1900 1892 1895 1899 1892 1901 1892
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