On 1st February, 1891, Michael Conley, a farmer living near Ionia, in Chichasow county, Iowa, went to Dubuque, in Iowa, to be medically treated. He left at home his son Pat and his daughter Elizabeth, a girl of twenty-eight, a Catholic, in goo... Read more of The Satin Slippers at Scary Stories.caInformational Site Network Informational


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53. For Tufted Furniture

For tufted furniture use a bicycle pump to
remove dust. Garments to be stored for the summer months should first be
aired well on a bright breezy day. Brush thoroughly and shake free of
dust. Do not leave clothing out in the air after three o'clock in the
afternoon, as from that time until dark all sorts of insects are seeking
their beds. A trunk or box that has been thoroughly cleaned and sunned and
then lined with fresh newspapers will prove an ideal place in which to
store winter clothing. Sprinkle each layer with cloves and tuck newspapers
well around them, moths detest printer's ink.

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