Once there was a war between the Roman people and the E-trus'cans who lived in the towns on the other side of the Ti-ber River. Por'se-na, the King of the E-trus-cans, raised a great army, and marched toward Rome. The city had never been in s... Read more of HORATIUS AT THE BRIDGE at Stories Poetry.comInformational Site Network Informational
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313. To Wash Grained Woodwork






To wash grained woodwork take a half pail
of hot water, add half a pound of soap chips, and boil until dissolved.
Take from fire, add one pint kerosene, then boil for five minutes longer.
Add one quarter of this to a half pailful of warm water. Wash woodwork
thoroughly, wipe and dry, and lastly use a flannel to polish with.






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