Assistance - Fenstermacher

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Assistance - Fenstermacher - Just Couldnt Keep This Famiiy From Muskogee To...
Just Couldnt Keep This Famiiy From Muskogee To 1)6 robbed of his purso, containing containing all of his money,atul raUroail tickets, while on. a thousuiui niilo jouruey to Muskogee, hia aircccssiui effort lo obtain trariyportatioii here for liimseU, ills wife anil Ihreo ilUi- d'ren, and of' tiieir arrival in Mubitu- geo without funds, was the story told by a Thiiadelplua uiun to the wfi 'l- cc^ra uf the Commercial club and C. H. Fenstermacher, Y. M. C. A. secretary, this uiornlng; The faiiiiiy in queBtlon sold out ai! of their belongings in order to secure funds to come to Muskogee, witere they intended operating hoarding and rooming house in the oil fields. After the tickets had been purchased as far as Kansas City, there rcniuined several hundred dollars. dollars. Both tickets aud money were put Into a pdckethook. wlilch the man carried. While.-in the'crowded depot at Chicago, where they were to change cars,- a pickpocket robbed tile niiin of the pocketbooli. Undismayed, Undismayed, he secured transportation on the face of the tickets ho had lost; as the railroad conductor .remembered .remembered that he had possessed tickets,, and had a record of the numbers, At • •' CIt.v the man pawned bis watch and with the Utile money that his wifo had in her purso, boiight tii -l.els for iMii .skogeo. . Monday inon \iug the wife, -who la almost an invalid, sal in the Katy di'liut lu -r-c, waiting for their husband husband and I 'uthtr lo secure work. He api)lieil at the Uommorcal club rooms, and , through .Mr. Fenster- inadifr urraiigciuonts were made for rooms and hoard for the neiyconiers. Willi tlie as'soclatpd ctiarlties standing good for I ho hill ^intil the head of the family could secure worlc^ Believing that a family who'would continue a journey to Muslcogeei, In the face of such hardships, would make good citizens, attempts are being made by Mr. Fenstermacher to secure employment for the man until ho can recover from his temporary plight. : Sprains Sloan's Liniment is excellent for sprains and bruises. It stops the pain at once and reduces the svyelling ^ery quickly.

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  1. Muskogee Times-Democrat,
  2. 22 Jan 1912, Mon,
  3. Page 7

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