Window Displays for Druggists: Comprising for the Most Part Engravings and Descriptions of Over a Hundred Attractive Displays which Have Been Designed and Used with Success by Druggists Throughout the Country

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Harry Beckwith Mason
E.G. Swift, 1915 - Pharmaceutical industry - 186 pages
 

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Page 99 - WHERE ARE YOU GOING TO, MY PRETTY MAID?" " WHERE are you going to, my pretty maid ? " " I'm going a milking, sir," she said. " May I go with you, my pretty maid ? " " Yes, if you like, kind sir,
Page 140 - ... sanctum and found it deserted. Undeterred, he climbed another flight of stairs and, hearing at last sounds of human life, knocked at the door through which they came and marched in. It happened to be the bathroom, and there, reclining on his back in the bath, in two feet of hot water, with a large sponge in one hand, and a cake of soap in the other, was the missing editor. Disregarding any unconventionality in his surroundings, the 'Enemy' at once proceeded to business.

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