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Category: Iv What To Wear On The Trail

One comb, not silver-backed.

One hand-mirror to hang or stand up.

One tooth-brush in case.

One tube of tooth-paste, or its equivalent.

One nail-brush.

One cake of unscented toilet-soap.

Two cakes of laundry-soap.

One package of borax or securely corked bottle of

One tube of cold-cream.

One baking-powder can of pure, freshly "tried out"
mutton tallow, made so by boiling in pure water
until melted, then allowed to cool and harden.
When taken from the water, again melted and, while
hot, strained through a clean cloth into the can.
Good to remove pitch and balsam-gum from the
hands, to use as cold-cream to soften the hands,
and excellent to water-proof the shoes.

One wash-cloth, washed, aired, and sunned every
day. In rainy weather, washed and dried.

Two hand towels, each washed as soon as soiled.

One bath towel, washed as soon as used.

One manicure-scissors.

One package sandpaper nail-files.

Two papers of hair-pins.

One paper of common pins, also little flat pocket
pincushion well filled around edge with pins.

Two papers of large-sized safety-pins.

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