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Hence it doesn't have to have big headlines to attract attentipn and
induce people to buy it.
"The Day Book is delivered only to regular subscribers by our
own carriers. That's the only way you can get it. t -
Besides all the news boiled down, The Day Book has magazine
features and pictures in every issue that no Chicago newspaper
It contains more magazine features in one week than you will
find in any magazine in America.
As for it's game The Day Book has no game except to give its
readers what they, want and. to print .the truth.
It is neither a Democratic, Republican or Socialistic organ. It
doesn't care a whoop for any one of these parties, except as to what
good any one of them may do for the public.
That means that Ttie Day Book can. print the truth, without
fear or favor, about any politician or any party.
It can print the news that newspapers are afraid to print for
fgar they will make .their big advertisers sore.
Besides all this, The Day Book is easily read.' It uses only big
type that' is "easy on the eye. , .
If you are" taking The Day Book now, just keep on- taking it.
You will find in it every day, interesting reading you woht find in
any Chicago' newspaper.
We don't give away lamps, rocking chairs, washtubs and spit
toons to hire people to take it. You get your money's worth in
The Day Book is something new in Chicago. Much" work is
necessary in organizing routes and getting .reliable boys to carry
them. If readers will' kindly notify us if delivery is not prompt and
regular, we will 4o all-we can to make it right.
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GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Old Fashion Doughnuts"
Three eggs, one cup sugar, 1-3
cUp butter, 3 pints bread sponge.
Mix with hand-as soft as possible.
Let rise. Mold again. Flour bread
board, roll dough inch thick
and cut out. Let rise y2 hour and
Combination Salad Slice to
matoes, small amount of Spanish
gether well; line bowl with fresh
lettuce leaves, put in mixture, top
with stuffed olives and cover -with
a good mayonnaise dressing.
The fellow who needs a push to
start him ought to be pushed so
hard he'd never come back.
Give a little, take a little,
Laugh a little, too.
Don't let any get yqur "nanny"
And you never will be "blue,"