There was once a King who had three sons. One day the oldest son went hunting and when night fell his huntsmen came riding home without him. Where is the prince? the King asked. Isn't he here? the huntsmen said. He left us in midafternoon... Read more of The Dragon's Strength at Children Stories.caInformational Site Network Informational


Medical Articles

Mother's Remedies

Household Tips

Medicine History

Forgotten Remedies


188. Making a Kitchen Apron

In making a kitchen apron, provide it with
an immense pocket in which can be carried a large dustcloth. Often one
notices dusty places, on the furniture, windows or banisters while doing
the morning work, and the dust-cloth is at hand. Again one has to pick up
numerous little articles to throw into the waste basket and the pocket
holds such articles until the waste basket is reached. It is equally handy
for holding a few clothes pins, while hanging out the clothes; in fact the
large pocket is recognized as something decidedly useful in the kitchen

Next: 189. To Make a Neat Buttonhole

Previous: 187. New Bottle

Add to Add to Reddit Add to Digg Add to Add to Google Add to Twitter Add to Stumble Upon
Add to Informational Site Network

Viewed 848