Camp - Fenstermacher

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Camp - Fenstermacher - SHORES ohndren wUl Join Um Ta«sda7' mon-» Inic...
SHORES ohndren wUl Join Um Ta«sda7' mon-» Inic at the camp. taken as they lay. side by aide in • dry don't the forward plate* and the way in AEROPLANE SIGHTED. - Chaux Des Fondes, Switzerland, Oct. 18>-;-A foreign aeroplane passed yesterday over this town, which Is near the P'rfcnch border, and dropped three bombs. One adult and one child were Injured. * THE INDUSTRIAL CENTER. Kusa, the second station east of Henryetta, on M., O. & O. railway. Offers exceptional opportunltiee to Investors, merchants and home buUdem. Another large zlno smelter Is under construction. Write today for free Illustrated booklet. Address box 44, Henryetta, Okla. Adv. jf. (Continued from page 5) Mrs. Art Harris Is quite ill at her home, 1015 North G, with' ptomaine poisoning. Ifrs. E. D. Bevltt, 242 South Seventh, has returned from McAlester, where she attended the Masonic ceremonial. Mlas Helen Rutherford, 909 South Sixth. Will leave Wednesday afternoon for F\>rt Smith to spend several daya visiting her aunt. Mis. Andrew Dowd, Miss Helolie Hlc&erson, who has been irleltlng her sister, Mrs. El. W. Smartt. 2106 Boston, since last March, will leave the last of the month for her home In Manchester, Tenn. Mr. Charles H, Hopkins of jiaxmaa City spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B, Hopkins, 649 Soutb Sixth. Mr. Andrew Mack will leare the latter part of the week for hhs homo In Jonesvllle, Mich., after vlBltlngr his son. O. S^ Mack, for several weeks. Mrs. Mac* will remain for a longer visit. R«v. and Mm- Amos Alien IiiieSk CIS Houston, ^11 return: Toesdsy. xnomlaBvvl from Tulsa, -when flisjr have sttetMlod' the MeUipdlat Episcopal mDtvnao% •• Mrs. H. Trsraniell sad Ura. O. Hi Cragaer have returned, from HohMti where they attended tho meeting «!! the Presbyterian Synodlcal - In scwloa there last .weelc MnrtJRaairtinriB- cording secretary for ths aswxdatton AnA Mrsi Trammeli irent aa del «c «ti» from the' MuskofiWe Presbyterial. Tho Synodlcal Is a state-'wlde assoelatton of Presbyterian missionaries and will meet next year in Muskogeei. Whllo away, Mrs. Trammeli and Mrs. Ctam«r visited friends in Oklahoma C3tjv j Mtrm.' itoss B. Cmtoher sad Ilttto';: daughter, Dorothy 'Blimhetli, of OftlA «i hotha City, arrived the latter part of last week to spend sevetal' weekB ivltli the former's mother, MrsL Jamw Ha>- lett. and 'with her sister, Mrs, iMter C.< Hayee, 2110 Oklahoma. Ura. Cmtoher Hazlett. was formerly Mtm Baby; Rev. W. S. Wiley returned Battixdayjii from a tour of Oklahoma, giving Ieou-£'^» tures on Sunday school irork, Vir the past week he conducted a school oC methods at Claremorsk He irtU spend ' the remainder of the month In OklaMf ^i honuu . , t Mr. Clarence Haworth of 'BoyntoH', spent the week-eYid with his ponots^ Mr. and Mrs. C: F. Haworth, 116 Soatb Ninth. Mr. and Vn, John WUtmaa IUKVIB ^ moved from 809 West Okmulgee to BIS BY«donIa. Mm. George C. Crump of Holdenvllls came Saturday to spend the week-end with her husband. Judge Crump, who is holding a special term of court hers ; and to attend, the show, VOmar, the: Tentmalcer," at the Hhnton Saturday ^ night. •• vj: Mts. Christ Dovalls of the Hester apartments will leave Monday night for points In Iowa to visit relatives and friends for three weeks. Mr. C H. Fenstermacher left Sat^ urday for Camp Tahlcquah to spend a month. Mrs. Fenstermacher and the TODAY "ANIMATED WEEKLY. No. i8»* '^BASHFUL QLEN" , Imp Comedy. ^; "DOES FLIRTING PAY?" ~ tu Ko Comedy. |: Alio One Other Good ReeL TUESDAY "THE PAIR OOD'OF 8UN J ISLAND?' ,r,,? Three-Seel Snuna. WEDNESDAY "THE BRiDKBN COIN* # Uplsode Blghteen. JSkitltled •THE UNDERGROUND CITY ^'i Admieilon 8 and 10 Centiw ' 1,

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  1. Muskogee Times-Democrat,
  2. 18 Oct 1915, Mon,
  3. Page 7

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