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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1910)
In using the non-alcoholic you only use one tenth as much,
so the saving is actually more than 8 0 percent, and these
products are absolutely guaranteed by the manufacturers.
The non-alcoholic is put up in tubes of two sizes, 25 and
50 cents, and as they are air tight they are sanitary, economical,
nothing to break, no cork to loose, require little room, and are in
all ways better and more economical.
I he non-alcoholic is
put up in all the following flavors:
Flavors (in 25c and 5Cc Tubes)
TWENTY-EIGHT KINDS AS FOLLOWS:
Food Colors (in 25c packages.)
Red (or Pink)
Perfumes (in 50c tubes.)
By the ume process, we also make the following Perfumes, conceded to be the finest
goods of their kind made;
Lily of the Valley
In addition to the lines mentioned T h e
C o. calls
attention to their other products.
Dental Cream, put up in 25 cent tubes, is of extra quality,
free from all injurious substances, is antiseptic and germicidal
thus preventing decay.
Cold Cream is a Massage Cream flesh tinted, Jasmine per
fumed, a perfect cold cream, in aluminum boxes, none better.
Non Greasy Disappearing Cold Cream is flesh tinted,
Jasmine perfumed, to be used in place of Talcum pow der, and
is an excellent antiseptic skin food.
Unsurpassed for gentle
men's use after shaving.
Hair and scalp tonic is one of the products of our labora
tories of exceptional merit.
Free from alcohol, a dollar package
making a full quart of this excellent tonic.
W e are selling a very high grade T a l
cum powder, and at the popular price of 25 cents per b ox, once
tried always used.
O ur demonstrator will call on you, and
will gladly explain
special uses for these goods.
W e take pleasure in showing you, whether you care to buy,
The Economy Company.
Mrs. M . J. Holloway,
If it happens, you’ll read about it in the
Archie Bryant, o f F o r e s t
Grove, was seen on our streets
The United Artisans are going
to have a social meeting next
Mrs. Barnes, who has been on
the sick list for some time, is
Helen Bollinger, o f Portland, j
was the guest o f Mrs. J. J. Ray
mond over Sunday.
Dr. J. A. Baker and family
have just returned from a six
weeks visit in Colorada.
Grace Harding went to Port
land on the Sunday evening
train, for a few days visit.
Come and watch the clock stop
at Emerson’s store on Thursday,
if you don’ t get the dishes.
Mr. Mosher, Clyde Raymond
and Ben J. Ward went to P o r t-1
land Saturday morning to see
the “ Bird Man” .
J. W. Shutes, former banker,
wife and little son of Hillsboro,
were guests at the home o f E.
J. Ward last week.
From the appearance o f many
things, both in animal and vege
table kingdom, Spring with all
! her charms is near.
Rev. Sholls, o f Forest Grove,
was in town today delivering his
illuminum ware, which he took
orders for some time ago.
H. L. Russell is expected home
from Southern Oregon in a few
days, where he has been attend
ing to Game Warden affairs.
Fred Porter, who has been
working in the drug store dur
ing the absence o f the Doctor,
is under the weather and has i
gone to the timber for his health. !
W hen you buy a 25 cent bottle of extract you get 20 cts.
worth o f alcohol and only 5 cents worth of the actual
and handy as they require no spoo l for a measure.
Supt. Case visited our school
E. J. Ward went to Portland
Saturday on business.
Wade Everest, of Cornelius,
spent Sunday in Gaston.
Mr. Thompson is having some
repair work done on the mill roll.
Chas, Russell and wife visited
at Fred Porter’s Sunday evening.
If you read it in the PRESS, it’s news.
If you want all the news all the time,
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If you read it in the PRESS, it’s true.
If you don’t take the PRESS, send us
One Dollar and Fifty Cents and we will be
pleased to enter your name for a year’s sub
By presentation o f this
coupon and $1.25 at the
FOREST GROVE Studio
will entitle you to tw o
dozen postals. Regular
G. C. Blakely, Propr.
T I E ADVANTAGE OF THIS OFFER
AS IT WILL NOT APPEAR AGAIN
GILTNER & D O A N E
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
F a rm
Fruits in Season
All Stock New and Highest Grade
Free Delivery to any part o f the City
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
F orest G rove
NOTICE TO CONTRAGTORS
Sealed proposals will be _ re-
ceived bv the County Court of
unti| 2 o ’ clock p m' o f the 19
day o f March 1910 for the
crushing and h’a uling’ of rock in
road district No. 29 Thatcher
roa(j district No. 6 Hillsboro
road district No. 10 Beaverton.
road district No. 11 Cedar Mi Is,
roaddistiict No. 15 Dilley, road
district No. 4 Gaston, and road
district No. 25 Barnes road.
Also for the crushing of rock
at the quarry 8 miles south east
of Beaverton to supply the road
districts along the S. P. R. R.
and for the hauling of same.
Also for the clearing and grad
ing o f roads in road district No.
1 Tualatin, road district No. 3
Laurel, road district No. 21 Gas-
ton, road district No. 28 Dixie
road di3trict No. 31 Scholb and
road district No. 34 Buxton.
Proposals must be presented
Death of Prominent Farmer
the service of his country and in a sealed envelope endorsed on
F ore«’o l T e .
the 2nd Nebraska. In 1891. d e -' bidder and the work
. ' 11 7777,7,* 77777' m V VJ“ ”CS’’ a ceased turned his face westward the proposal is made,
respected again, coming to the Oregon
1 n and
Each proposal must be aceom
and settling in McMinn- panied by a certified check
conducted Monday by Rev. Mr. ville. ~
Stivers, but the body will not be to Forest Gro ve^arsetried^rTa o f the^irV'^
0f the amount
interred until the arrival of his farm 7 V u anuu sett‘7d on a ofthe proP°saI which such check
i i ! farm near here where he con- accompanies.
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res>de until the end of
The successful bidder will hi-
Mrs. Alice Stucker, o f Port-
land, is expected here this week
with a large stock o f millinery,
She will occupy the Raymond
building across from the depot,
Sunday, being such a tine day
several seemed instilled with the
spirit o f seeking out-door sport,
Many were enjoying the exquisite
plcasure o f rowing on the lake.
Neal Brown, of Portland, was
I visiting relatives here over Sun-
day. He says, “ he says he is
going to get an airship right
away soon, that automobiles are
not the latest any longer” .
Next Saturday night at the
Artisan hall, the Ladies o f the
Missionary Society of the Evan-
gelical church will give a
Everyone is cordially
invited to come and bring a bas-
I. S. Ramsey, of Gaston, was
Crater Road To Be Built.
in town Wednesday on business., .Notwithstanding the_ reeent
Notice is hereby given that
1909 tax rolls for Washington
county, Oregon, will be open for
collection and payment of taxes
on Thursday. Feb. 10. 1910. All
who make full payments of their
taxes before March 15, 1910, will
receive a rebate of 3 per centum,
half payments can be made by
the iirst Monday in Apr.l with-
°ut interest charged or penalty
remaining half can be
Pa' d a^ arW time prior to the first
Monday in October, 1910. When
n0 Payment is made by the first
Monday in April, 1910, the tax
becomes delinquent and the
statute requires from that date a
b 'na J 0 ( Por cen. per month
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afternoon with Miss Minnie My build the Crater Lake road.
It will also ask the govern-
ment to extend to it the same
Mr*. John Buchanan, of Cor- aJj promj8ej t0 the state of Ore-
nehus, was in this city on Wed- *0n before the state supreme
court by its adverse decision of
the Crater Lake road case put an
end to all hopes of federal aid.
,no New York his long life. A sorrowing wife, required to give » h Z .
Lectures on timely Bible Top- Medford men have banded to-
state on November 8, 1833, and two da-ghters and three sons amount to be det*r ■ u f
ics to continue for another week
to raise $100.- while « i a young
young man became a
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or longer. Monday night. Mar. 000 in $100 subscriptions for the part of the stream of emigration
of . the
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^he right is reserved to reject
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