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From a booklet cover, 1891, printed by Kinsle & Company, "Art Printers", Cincinnati.
The product was used "for improving ice cream and hokey pokey". "Hokey pokey" was 19th century slang for ice cream,
particularly that sold by the (often Italian) street vendors called "hokey pokey men".
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