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Camp - Fenstermacher - WILL PLAY POTEAU AT FORT SMITH Poteau was not...
WILL PLAY POTEAU AT FORT SMITH Poteau was not satisfied with the licking we gave them on the local field, so a series' of three games was arranged to be played in- Ft. Smith Thursday ^Friday and Saturday of next week. The same lineup used here is to be used in Ft. Smith\and everyone from .Mascot Harry Adams to Manager Dr. Rivers are con tident of taking three straight De Ross has been agreed on as umpire and as he has a reputation of squareness and honesty as an umpire our boys are jubilant over.the arrangements. Manager Rivers is trying to arrange for special rates and N as quite a delegation will go from here, Agent Finch has taken the matter up with the officials of K.C. S. and low rates are expected. The boys want every loyal fan to be present and root for the home team. the auspices of the Y; M: \G. A. *s of Tulsa- and Muskogee. Every boy between the age of twelve and eighteen on the eastern side of the state who is a member of a scout troop, boy's club.or Sunday school is invited to attend the encampment. Full information in regard to the camp and its program may be obtained by addressing the Y. M. G A. secretaries, 0. H. Fenstermacher, of Muskogee and C. E. Buckner, of Tulsa. Last year sixty-seven boys from eight or nine cities on the eastern side of the state attended tl\e camp. This year boys have already enrolled from Tulsa Muskogee, Haskell, Keifer, Bartlesville, Pryor and Wagoner. A number of Adair county boys should go. Democratic Clubs. In the course of remarks at the democratic meeting Monday^ it was shown that there were only two organized democratic clubs in the 1912 campaign. It is necessary to have a live club in every precinct, or perhaps better one at every school house. "We will gladly publish dates of meetings if given to us. Talk this matter over with your fellow democrats and organize thoroughly.-- Dates as given us are: Ewing Chapel, Friday night, June 5. , Baron school house, Friday night, June 12th. Stilwell, at City hall, Monday night, June 8th. May Be An Oil King. Probate Atto rney Joe M. Ly nch has- land .holdings in Nowata county and is particularly happy Jvist? now over-fchisi.owiiarship. An oil well was brought in last week in the section adjoining his Nowata terra fir ma. . Decoration at Zion. The decoration service, at^iori swimming, boating'hunting,wild last Sunday afternoon was well b^e trees, a fox chase, and talks attended, many going down from on stars, flowers, and birds by' town. Revs. Damari' and Crock- instructors from the State Nor-'er and Messrs Hogan and Ne Improvement Mention. J. W. (Tosh) Bean is making extensive improvements on the land he bought of Mrs. Holland and Mrs. Wells near the Starr Spring. He has a handsome residence welt-"under, way and in true farmer style built his barn first, a big one 44x60 feet that looms up well on the fine farm he improving. He will erect a 130 ton silo as soon as the, home dwelling is completed. Boy Scout Troops. Boy Scout troops of the eastern part of the slate have made arrangements for the -thirdanr nual camp, June 10-20 neac-Tah- lequah on the Illinois river. The camp program includes a course of instruction for scout masters, assistants and patrol leaders. Among the other activities that are being planned are baseball, mal pf Tahlequah. The camp is being held under black delivered appropriate addresses.

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  1. The Standard-Sentinel,
  2. 04 Jun 1914, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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