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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 22, 1912, Image 14

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es, restored the bitten left arm,
healed the. dreadful razor cut, re
set the sprained ankle, cured the
stalds, relieved the blisters and,
killed the three thousand Yazbo
bugs. The secret of this wonder
ful balm wa&jobtaihetf from the
Old Indian by our hefp, and thi$
great preparation carl now be" Had
at all drug stores, 'where iHs
known as "Dr. Hock's Great Ya
zoo Tonic and Pain'Eradicator;"
price one dollarfifty ahd twenty
five cents.' " , '
A great sigh of5 tesentment
went up from'the listening fam
ily. '
"It's onlya medicine ad,"
pouted Ethel. 1
And Mr. To'mpkuis turned to
the pink sheet 01 Salvator.
Young girii&Sks: What will
take a purple ataln out of a pale
silk dress? Depends upon what
causea tne stain. -.n causea irom
the fading of s'qrftfibther material
it is a dye and camojbe removed.
Have you tried aqjine of perox
ide of hydrogen ?M these' do not
work better dgQtir drees, or
use it ior a linxuezor vone of the
same shade. &?
What will take gf ease spots out
of ingrain carpet ?-R'eaderIf a
scrubbing with soap and hot
water will not do it, try the" fol
lowing, being very careful not to
work jiear a flariie or fite, as it is
very explosive.: Mix 1 pint of
benzine tyith ounce of chldro
form. 1 drachm ether and 10
drops oil of, befgamt, Jhjyjeiijatomjgjfliputli
spots well with this, using a
Housewife wants recipe for
peanut butter. After shelling
and hulling the peanuts put
through the food cutter, usin the
finest Knife. Do this: several times
until the huts have been reduced
to a fine smooth paste. If the
paste is not oily ehough use'a lit
tle of the very best Olive oil.
French Veal Cutlet.
Required One pound of veal
cutlet, three slices of fat bacon,
two carrots, half an onion, half a
teaspoonful of chopped sweet
herbSj half an inch of lemon rind,
pepper and salt. Melt a little
dripping in a frying-pan. When
hot, put in the meat and brown
both sides lightly, take up, and
slightly cook the sliced vegeta
bles. Now return the meat to
the pan with the chopped hacon,
herbs, le"mon-rind, pepper, and
salt, with enough stock of water
to almost cover the cutlet. Place
a large plate over and stew gently
for -an hour and a half. Before
serving, thicken the gravy with a
teaspoonful of flour rolled in the
sam6 quantity of butter or drip
ping anti add a few drops of col
oring. -. i
Just Like It
"there r exclaimed an 'inn
keeper. "Have you ever tasted
anything like that Burgundy?"
"Oh, yes,' answered the cus
tomer J "only the dav before yes
terday 1 put the wrong end of my

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