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The Washington times. [volume] (Washington [D.C.]) 1902-1939, September 10, 1922, SUNDAY MORNING, Image 56

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"HOW DOES SHE KEEP
HER CHILDREN'S
CLOTHES
FRESH
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LOOKING SO
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DAINTY?
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HERE isn't anything quite
so charming as the dainty fresh
ness of your children's clothes,
nor anything in which a mother
takes more pride.
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Every mother knows the trouble
to keep the little dresses and suits looking
fresh and dainty. One reason for this is
that ordinary starch does not give a smooth
surface, nor does it resist the dust and dirt
and permit the fabric to stay clean.
Here is truly good news! AH this
trouble is a thing of the past. Starch with
Linit,the remarkable new starch discovery.
It will keep your children's clothes fresh
and dainty?with a soft, cool, pliable finish.
You will also be surprised to know
that Linit makes even ordinary cotton .fab
rics look and feel like pure linen.
Because Linit is made by a new,
scientific process, it quickly dissolves in
water and makes a THIN solution which
easily penetrates the fabric, strengthens it
and prevents wear.
Begin tomorrow to use Linit for
every kind of fabric in your household?
whether lawn, cotton, linen, gingham, lace
or curtains.
And don't envy the neat appear
ance of your neighbors' children. Starch with
Linit! Now "on sale at all first-class grocers.
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Notice^ The Economy of Starching
With Linit
For the following use M cup Linit to 14 cup- For the following use cup Linit. to 12 cup
fuls of water: fuls of water:
Shirt waists
Fancy aprons
Pillow cases
French blouses
. French or cotton
voile dresses
Dotted Swiss dresses
Fine laces
Sheets
Cotton handkerchiefs
Handkerchief linen
dresses
Table cloths Doilies
Bureau scarfs Gingham aprons
Gingham dresses Children *s rompers
Boys * suits House dresses
Men's soft collars
Just a very little Lipit used with your cotton
sheets, table covers or napkins will give the
"cool," smooth finish found only in fine linen.
You'll be surprised and delighted with the
results.
For the following use XA cup Linit to 10 cup
fuls of water:
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White uniforms
Doctors' or Dentists9 .
white coats
White 4inen
skirts
Uniform aprons
CORN PRODUCTS REFINING CO., NEW YORK
Maker* of
The Famous Duryeas'and Argo Starches
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