Meyer Brothers Druggist, Volume 38, Issue 6

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C.F.G. Meyer, 1917
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Page 24 - An ordinary, thin-walled drinking glass is filled or partially filled with the solution. A saucer or small plate, in which is placed a piece of white blotting paper cut the size of the dish, is put bottom up over the glass. The whole is then quickly inverted, a match placed under the edge of the glass, and the container is ready for use. As the solution dries out of the saucer the liquid seal at the edge of the glass is broken and more liquid flows into the lower receptacle. Thus the paper is always...
Page 123 - Simply get ,an ounce of othine • — double strength — from your druggist, and apply a little of it night and morning and you should soon see that even the worst freckles have begun to disappear, while the lighter ones have vanished entirely. It is seldom- that more than one ounce is needed to completely clear the skin and gain a beautiful, clear complexion.
Page 24 - Any odor pleasing to man is offensive to the fly and vice versa; and will drive them away. Take five cents' worth of oil of lavender, mix it with the same quantity of water, put it in a common glass atomizer and spray it around the rooms where flies are. In the dining room spray it lavishly even on the table linen. The odor is very disagreeable to flies but refreshing to most people. Geranium, mignonette, heliotrope and white clover are offensive to flies.
Page 30 - ... nor shall any special tax be imposed upon apothecaries as to wines or spirituous liquors which they use exclusively in the preparation or makingup of medicines.
Page 24 - RECIPES FOR KILLING FLIES The United States Government makes the following suggestion for the destruction of house flies: Formaldehyde and sodium salicylate are the two best fly poisons. Both are superior to arsenic. They have their advantages for household use. They are not a poison to children; they are convenient to handle; their dilutions are simple and they attract the flies. Preparation of Solutions A formaldehyde solution of approximately the correct strength may be made by adding 3 teaspoonfuls...
Page 29 - If it consist in whole or in part of a filthy, decomposed, or putrid animal or vegetable substance, or any portion of an animal unfit for food whether manufactured or not, or if it is the product of a diseased animal, or one that has died otherwise than by slaughter. SEC. 8. That the term "misbranded...
Page 84 - But nothing is more estimable than a physician who, having studied nature from his youth, knows the properties of the human body, the diseases which assail it, the remedies which will benefit it, exercises his art with caution, and pays equal attention to the rich and the poor.
Page 24 - Take five cents' worth of oil of lavender, mix it with the same quantity of water, put it in a common glass atomizer and spray it around the rooms where flies are. In the dining room spray it lavishly even on the table linen The odor is very disagreeable to flies but refreshing to most people. Geranium, mignonette, heliotrope and white clover are offensive to flies. They especially dislike the odor of honeysuckle and hop blossoms. According to a French scientist flies have intense hatred for the...
Page 46 - The mistaque was not phound out till a day or two ago. We have ordered the missing letters, and will have to get along without them till they come. We don't lique the loox ov this variety ov spelling any better than our readers, but...
Page 24 - ... alcohol of 40 per cent until the latter comes off colorless. Drive off the alcohol, which was added merely to facilitate filtration, by evaporation in the water bath; let the residue cool down and precipitate the glycyrrhizin by addition of sulphuric acid. Filter the liquid and wash the precipitate on the filter with distilled water until the wash water comes off neutral. Dissolve the glycyrrhizin from the filter by the addition of ammonia water, drop by drop, collecting the filtered solution...

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