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MAYORS WIFE WJiO BAKES OWN BREAD
Even though she is the wife of
Mayor Harry L. Davis, of Cleveland,
Mrs. Davis bakes her own bread.
At a pure food show just held in
the city over which her husband gov
erns, Mrs. Davis was a prize winner
in a bread-baking contest.
Here is the recipe used by this
housewifely-wife of a mayor:
Dissolve a cake of yeast in a little
water, a teaspoon of sugar and a
pinch of salt.
Then make a stiff dough with two
sifters of flour, three boiled potatoes
mashed, tablespoonful of lard and a
cup of sugar in warm water and the
dissolved yeast. After it rises, mold
it into three loaves and bake each in
a separate pan.
o o r .
Our friend, Mr. Busy Man, has lux
urious office chairs, but he has them
screwed to the floor. Even in a pri
vate office people will not prolong
business, he, says, if they cannot draw
up their chairs close to a desk or
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