r 'fir'i im-
to take me home and promised not
to bother me, but I felt I could not
Bit in the car with him.
He took me within 'one block of a
car and let me out. I did not tell him
I had no money. Nearly insane with
fright, I walked home.
And I passed the home of the girl-
with-a-parlor and saw Tom kissing
will tell more of her
experiences trying to be courted in
The Dayl'Borik tomorrow and suc
ceeding daysT) v
! "PLEASE" TDONrT I gTAID.
BRAN BREAD; HEALTHFUL AND
For two loaves use one quart flour,
quart bran, even tablespoon salt
Mix together; make "well" in center;
turn into it 2 1-2 cups tepid water to
which has been added 2 tablespoons
molasses and, 1 tablespoon melted
lard. Dissolve yeast -cake in 1-2 cup
tepid -water; add to other ingredients.
Stir mixture and beat together for 10
minutes. Cover bowl with heavy
cloth let rise overnight. In morn
ing shape into ' loaves, put into
greased pans and let double in size.
Bake 1 1-2 hours in very moderate
oven. The success of bran bread
depends largely on thorough beating
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
August 18, 1779. Col. John Todd,
lieutenant of the country of Illinois,
wrote tothe Virginia assembly ask
ing to be relieved of his duties; he
considered it impossible to carry on
an effective government, and he
found lifejn the region unhealthful
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