Wisconsin bankers' farm bulletin
Marlatt, A. L.
Wisconsin bankers' farm bulletin. Bulletin 44: washing made easier PDF (1.0 MB)
the force pump will supply sufficient water to supply the needs of the house for the day. The expense of the force pump and piping from the cistern to the house may be as low as $25.00 for pump, pipe, sink, barrel, and necessary brackets and faucets (see Figure). DRYINIG THE CLOTHES Drying the clothes in very cold weather is always a serious f Ptnrn fhse Rta~ndnoint of the elothing and from thq stand- point of the woman's health. Going from a hot, very moist room into the freezing air out of doors is often the beginning of ill health. The use of a room in the house in which the elothes may be dried is not al- always either advisable or avail- able. The balcony drier, an at- tachment to the rail of the A PORCH .DRIER. porch, may not De iMeal, buti It A substitute, In zero weather, for a wl tlatrmv oeo h Aolothes-lifne in the back yard. bill at least remove some of the t ~~~~~~~~~bad conditions. If there is an enclosed porch, the use of the pulley clothesline extending out in- i to the yard may allow the worker to stand in the en-- closure while hanging out the clothes. Better yet, a wall-arm d r i e r may be fastened to the walls of the porch so that the clothing may dry in an en'closed Umk..I we spaew LUM G A WALL-AilM JJ1DllP. L. sunshine ca fall Each "arm" can be let down against the wall when, not upon it. in use. 0 ." II'
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