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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 29, 1912, Image 3

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Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, chief chemist of the U. S. Department,
of Agriculture, is the most noted authority on food in the world.
ine Day $ook has arranged
with Dr. Wiley to write a series,
of articles on food for the benefit
of readers of The Day Book.
No other magazine or news
paper in Chicago will have these,
Dr. Wiley is the great cham
pion of the people in the war
against adulteration of the things
we all eat and drink.
He will tell you things about
food and drink that will be of,
great value to every man, woman
and child who reads these articles.
He will tell what food is best
for you, whether you are sick or
well, young or old, fat or thin, or
whether vou work with hands or
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He will tell you what foods are nourishing, and what are noL
and how to get fresh food instead of cjld storage garbage the year
He will tell you why all lean wasn't healthy for Jack Spratt,,
nor all fat for Jack's wife.
He deals with lard, butter, eggs, bread, meat, milk, cereals,
vegetables, cold storage food and all of the foods we eat daily.
The first of Dr. Wiley's articles will appear in The Day Book
next Monday, March 4.
You will get more valuable information affecting your health,
your very life, indeed, than you would get from your family phy
sician if you consulted him on foods an hour a day for a'month.
There will be many of these articles, one a day for several days.
Don't miss one of them. Don't let your friends miss them.
Gaby Deslys says that not one
man made love to her while she
was in America. A right fine
tribute to the American man!
The Democratic . house has
raised the tariff on chewing gum.
Now we know why our stenog
rapher's a Republican.
There are more muscles in a
rat's tail than in a man's hand.
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