Boy scouts/Preaching - Fentermacher

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and both he When bank German Shaffer, courts county or In four customary the applicants Licenses Fred 31. 23. Porum; Nancy J. George Higbtower, Dyke on expression of ths United of American kind connected subjects. long the the ex Ger-nany Britain. TREATMENT TO ALT. Net man w York, Aug. 8.—The united Ger- Amertcan Alliance in resolutions resolutions made public today, called on the press of the country to make ' im- sitles" in tne European conflict and condemns what it styles the "attitude of certain portions of an English speaking American press to spread impressions which lead to hatred of Germany and Germans" The statement absolves Emperor William from responsibility for war and attributes it tn France's desire for revenge for the loss of AlsaceLorraine: AlsaceLorraine: Russia's unappeasable appetite appetite for world power and England's Jealousy if Germany. The alliance has formed an aid society society to give aid to widows cf German German soldiers and win start a movement movement similar among Germans throughout the United States. : * I LINER LEAVES HALIFAX New York, Aug. 8.—The 'White Star liner Cedric left Halifax today with all passengers aboard and should arrive arrive at New York Monday mcrning. Tnis announcement was mads by the White Satr line. * _ FENSTERMACHER TO SPEAK. C. H. Fenstermacher will fill the pulpit of the First M. E. church, corner corner F and Houston streets. Sunday morning, in the absence of Reverend Martin, who has left for a six weeks" vacation. There win be no services at that church in the evening. BOY SCOUTS To CLEAR POLES With the permission of the city i council and of the corporations own' own' ing the poles a detachment of Hoy Scouts will begin early next week to strip the unsightly advertising signs and pictures of 'ex-candidates from the electric light and telephone poles and the poles of the Muskogee Traction Traction company. The Scoots will receive receive no pay for the work. It will be done under the supervision of a scout master and will count as part of Scout duty. The plan fer clearing the city of the tattered' reminders) of the recent primaries was discussed by C. H. Fenstermacher Fenstermacher and •Hhers interested in keeping Muskogee attractive and it was decided to suggest to the Boy Scouts that they assume ttf work of cleaning up the town In this particular particular respect- The boys have not been consulted yet but the matter will i »e discussed with tfcem the first of week and Mr. Fenstermacher fti) s that there is no doubt that their loyalty loyalty to Muskogee and their desire to help in any wav possible will call forth a prompt and easrpr response * ENORMOUS DECREASE. London. A UK. H. - The board of trade returns for the month, of July sho^r that the Imports into the British Isles decreased fl2.0Oo.MG while the exports exports decreased fl3.TS5.0O9 After found a hay from a nin?. alarm ties she told she around ^ f k were Z the caught yesterday is in for oed yesterday, hare

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  1. Muskogee Times-Democrat,
  2. 08 Aug 1914, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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