Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914, July 28, 1910, Image 7

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    this city, going from here to
Dallas. He occupied the local
pulpit Sunday morning and de­
Ed Ward arrived in town yes­ livered a strong sermon.
terday from the Coos Bay coun­
Former Grove Resident S m s
Willis Ireland, county recorder,
was in the city from Hillsboro
Clint Ingalls, who cut his teeth
and was raised in this city, and
Mrs. O. M. Gardner and Miss whose father, W. S. Ingalls, was
Pearl Cook are attending the a prominent pioneer and business
campmeeting this week.
man o f Forest Grove many years
ago, has sued the Oregon Plan­
Mrs. Edith Markham, former­
ing Mills o f Portland, for $10,030
ly living in this city, was recent­
damages, alleging false arrest and
ly married to Frank Jensen, at
Clint was working for the
EVERYBODY come to the company, and was instructed to
knights o f Pythias Dance in clean out the store rooms and
their hall Saturday night Tick­ dispose o f the sweepings as best
he could; he gave half a sack o f
ets 75 cents.
the sweepings to a poultry rais­
The old building on Pacific av­ er, and was later arrested,charg­
enue occupied by Quong Lee, the ed with stealing a sack o f oats
genial washee-washee, is receiv­ worth $2. He was acquitted by
ing a new roof.
the trial judge, and asks the
The front o f the Shearer jew ­ above amount as a salve to his
elry store on Main street has feelings, and attorneys fees.
Many middle-aged business
been tinted in green and gold,
which makes a very pleasing men o f Forest Grove will re­
member the old days when the
e ffe ct
“ Little Giant” would lead his
First Congregational church: flock in the game o f “ Run,Sheep,
Subject o f morning sermon, “ In Run!,” and how his leonine voice
Temptation with C h rist” Dr. would echo through the vales and
Paddock will preach in the tent over the hills.
in the evening.
Local Newt Items
Lecture on Socialism
Timber fires have been burning
in the forests above Buxton, to
some extent the past week, and
T. J. Lewis, a socialist orator
it is reported that a house be­
longing to Walter Hansen was o f Portland, addressed a fair-siz­
ed audience in Stribach’s hall
Thursday evening. Mr. Lewis
Continued interest is being is a forceful speaker, and im­
shown in the tent meetings on presses one with the earnestness
the Congregational church square with which he treats his theme.
and many are being drawn to a The substance o f his discourse
greater realization o f their spir­ was an arraignment against
itual needs.
present conditions. He contend­
Misses Constance Geiger, Eliz­ ed that the mass o f the people
abeth Carlyle and Edna Mills were economically ruled by a
went to Portland this morning to very few,and stated the machin­
attend the campmeeting. The ery o f production in the United
meetings close Sunday night and States is managed and practically
owned by 26 men and if at any
the girls will return Monday.
time these men wished to cause
Dr. Paddock continues to a financial panic they had it in
preach the same strong sermons their power to do so.
which is attracting the crowds to
the tent. Don’t miss hearing
this strong and eloquent preacher
every night except Saturday
evening, at the tent.
A cluster o f blackberries, that
News has reached friends in
this city o f the marriage o f Miss measure individually nearly two
Belle Denny and Frank Meresse, inches in length, and in circum­
both well-known and popular in ference proportionately, were
Forest Grove, the marriage oc­ brought into the Press office yes­
curring at Miss Denny’s eastern terday by Miss Adelaide McDon­
home. The P ress extends con­ ald o f this city. These berries
were grown on the farm o f Aus­
tin Tilden, three miles north of
Rev. C. A. Sias and family will Sheridan and were picked by
leave this week for their farm Miss McDonald, who has just
home near Madras, Eastern Ore­ returned from a ten days’ visit
gon. Rev. Sias was formerly with Mrs. Tilden. Oregon beats
pastor o f the Christian church in the world on fruit and berries.
Mammoth Blackberries