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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 15, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 15

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Jsn't that lovely? What is it? And
then before she had said a word I
KNEW.
"Don't tell me;" I said. "This is it."
And I ran to the organ and began to
play by ear a piece I had heard once
"The Stars and Stripes Forever."
THE DOCTOR SAYS
"This is a case of karatis of the
cornea, a form of inflammation. This,
in passing, leaves scars that obscure
the sight. The scars gradually be
come thinner until they disappear."
Dr. Henry Hawkins, Boston spe
cialist, who examined Maud Lincoln's
eyes when sight came.
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IF YOU ARE THIN-
TODAY'S TESTED RECIPE
By Caroline Coe
Old-Fashioned Johnny Cake.
Beat 3 eggs very light; add iy2 cup
fuls of white corn meal and a tea
spoonful of salt. Warm slightly 1
pint of butter milk and beat into it
2 tablespoonfuls of heated lard. Add
to the milk 1 even teaspoonful of
soda and stir into the eggs and flour.
Beat rapidly and spread on greased
pans.
Bake in moderate oven 40 minutes.
Baste the top with butter when near
ly baked. When ready to serve, cut
in square pieces, split and butter.
Serve hot.
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Don't Wear a Hat Like This But Wear a Hat Like This.
Minnesota having voted a closed
season on clams it is.up to Arizona to
forbid oyster dredging m August and
September. '
Excluding Alaska, the whole of the
United States could be put into
Brazil and there would still be 200,--
000 square miles uncovered.
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