Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1943 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
Newspaper Page Text
GUgSS IF TJY ASE MARRIED
A "THEATER PARTf FOR OS TMUGHT f
1 Af4& 1A5 ORDERED Tte TWfETS H& f
STn'p-A-r--rue .m-. : I '. "
iL.w ; n - ' J
VtU.- HES 6HflHS A THEATRR PART?,
TW.T4 FAlf? THOUGH - JtMS? l'
Scrr Htf4 PaPEJ AH. wrphs -
own jt ?,?.: jm A UTTfcE HASTTJ
IN JUDGIK6 PtnPlE
I 4t II A rfTl 1 W?
j HAveosoMe.1 rr llmAjiss. ?rar4 ItWSSff1
'. 'For 2 loaves use I quart,of flour, 1
quart of bran and 1 even tablespoon
ful of salt. ' "MJk tneee together and
make a "w.ell" in the center and turn
info' it 2 cups of tepid water, to
whioh haa been added t tablespoons
of molasses and 1 tablespoon of melt
ed lard. ' Dissolve i cake' of yeast in
pne-lialf ouy of tepid water and add
jo- the other ingredieats. Stir the
mixture and beat it aD together fer -at;
least ten minutes.
Cover" the bowl with a h&ayy'-eleth
and let "rise'' over night. r
In tfce-moraiiig 'shape" into loaves,
pu into greased pans and allow to
double Ik 'size. Bake in very moder
ate over 1 hours-
The success of bran bread' depend
laPfety upon the thorough beating
ana slow- baking. ','"