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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1904)
OVER T H E
H O U SE.
Should Da Observed
S erving a Meal.
Napkins must be folded siinplv
and not in fanciful forms.
Place knives and forks in the or
der in which they are to be used
the lirst one used on the oulsid
farthest away from the plate.
Extra plates, glasses, knives,
forks and spoons should be in readi
ness on the side table.
Butter must not be served so
early as to become soft.
Bread should be freshly cut.
Any dish from which a person at
table help» himself should be offered
at the left. Any dish which a wait
ress serves shoidd be placed at the
When removing a course, food
must be first taken, then soiled
dishes, then clean dishes, then carv
ing cloth and lastly crumbs.
Soiled plates and dishes should
be removed from the right of each
Everything relating to one course
must be removed before serving an
A meal must not be announced
until everything is ready wdiieh is
or may be needed.
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F n M
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P H M
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During the past two weeks we have not had time to tell you of the
M any Good Shoes in Stock for you
Come in and get a pair while the sizes are uniform.
Our Prices are just right.
W hen the W e t W eather Comes
You will need them, so why wait until you get that bad cold before purchasing. A shoe worn a
few weeks before the next damp weather sets in gives you better results, sets better to your
foot while the dust gets its work in on the leather; thus all round it fits better and feels better
than to strike right out in the wet the first clatter.
A. A. Cutter’s Logger is a bird, our 8, 9, 10 in- heavy shoes will stand you.
Mr. Man, are yon thinking of bu yin g shoes?
We have the pick of over twenty good makes and if you cannot find what you want in our
line, we shall not feel disappoirted fcut you have the privilege of looking at our stock free. If
we cannot sell you, it will be because you don’t want to buy of us. That won’t hurt our feelings
at all. We have not been in the shoe business for over forty years and not learned something
Care of K itchen Knives.
the feet and head. Whatever price you pay to us for shoes you can rest assured that
A complete assortment of good
knives should form the 6tock of
every well appointed kitchen arul You Cannot Do B etter
dining room, and the best of care
should be given them. Kitchen anywhere and will get all you pay for. We have no fake sales. $5.00 shoes for $1.98 and such
knives are as a rule treated as if
it were the chief object in life to rot is dead. We are in the Shoe Business to make a living and some money and if we can
blunt the blades and break the
points ns soon as possible. One way serve you, shall be glad to do it.
which knives nre destroyed is by COME AN D SEE A STOCK OF SHOES A N D N O T H IN G B U T SHOES
putting them in a pan of hot water
and allowing them to soak until the
handles are loosened and split and
the blades fall out. Grease, acid,
salt, etc., all act upon the steel and
impair its sharpness. When ready
to wash the knives, take a knife in
one hand and a soft cloth in the
other. Dip the blade in warm (not
hot) water, wash thoroughly and
quickly, pass the wet cloth over the
handle, and then with a soft, dry
cloth wipe until thoroughly dry.
C. V. B. RUSSELL
Of The Forest Grove Shoe Store
To Rid Pussy of Fleas.
Pussy has trials of her own in
hot weather, and the fleas that trou
ble her are far more ravenous than
dog fleas. If left unchecked, they
soon reduce a sleek, healthy cat to
a veritable skeleton. To get rid of
her tormentors give her a good
bath with warm water and sulphur
soap, work in rapidly and with con
sideration for the sensitive ears,
eyes and nose. While the hair is still
wet comb with a fine tooth comb,
rinse in tepid water, dry with soft
cloths and give her after her bath
a saucer of warm milk. When the
hair is quite dry, blow in along the
backbone very fine insect powder,
and rub behind the ears with sul
phur ointment. The next day the
powder can be all brushed out and
the backbone rubbed with the oint
G irls Wanted
Two girls wanted for housework.
Enquire at News Office.
W e hope you will read what we have to say from time to time about Shoes
You wear Shoes and should be interested. We do not make ridiculous claims that are
really an insult to your intelligence. But we do claim that ours is a good dependable
Our Stock of Shoes is Complete
and we feel that we can serve you better than ever before. We invite you to come and see our
styles and prices. You will need a pair of our high cut shoes for the cold, damp weather.
$2.85 to $6.50. We cannot praise our Cushion Sole Shoes enough, they are all right.
W e sell Shoes for Boys and Girls as well as for grown-ups.
Our Children’s Shoes are built like a ship. The lines are graceful but the leather and shoe
making ire designed to stand rough usage.
Large Stock enables us to fit every foot.
Prices are as low as can be for good quality, 4 to 6 $1.00, 6 1-2 to 10 1-2 $1.25. 11 to 2
$1.50, $1.75 to $2.25.
Forest Grove, Oregon