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OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
TO THE DULCET, MEU-LOW STRAINS
OF THe UX2)N2 MARCH, THS SMILING
GROOM LED THe BLUSHING- -BRIBS 3JO10M
THE ROSE-STREWN AISLe TO -THE BLOSSOM-eMBOiuffeS-D
ALTAR. A VERITABLE N OF
p- 6XQU13IT6 SSAUTYANO PERFUME, AND .
Stains on mahogany may be re
moyed by rubbing with, a cloth, dipped
in a little oxalic acid and water. Rinse
with cold water, dry, and polish di
rectly stain is gone.
Stained floorboards can be whiten
ed by scrubbing with chloride of lime
solution, using a tablesjjoqnful to a
half 'gallon of water. .
Stains on Linoleum. Wash with
turpentine, and polish with beeswax.
Mildew Stains on Linen. Make a
mixture of soft soap, powdered starch
and table salt equal quantities of
the first and half of latter. Make
into a paste with lemon juice. Cover
the marks with this and leave the
linen exposed to the six a sunny day
is best until-marks are gone.
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