It is by covering taffety or thin silk with a coat of isinglass that court plaster is made.
Medicine (rhubarb and court plaster), small knife, and pencil.
Not having any court plaster at hand, he slapped on three two-cent postage stamps and continued his work.
Now run in and show Grandma, and I'll ask her if she has got any court plaster.
The idea of me putting such a common remedy as court plaster on a wound!
Hurry up Alice, stick some court plaster on and let it go at that.
The same may be obsarved of the soap and combs, while a roll of court plaster don't take up much room.
"Oh, I can get some sticky gum from a tree or a flower and spread it on a leaf and make some court plaster," spoke the butterfly.
The above quantities are sufficient to make a piece of court plaster fifteen inches square.
The druggist told him how the court plaster worked, and then asked him if his Pa couldn't ride down town.