The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 1, 1915 Page: 3 of 8
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„ Monday, July 5,1915 ..
Everyone Invited to come and bring some one with you. Amuse-
ment for all, and it's as free as the air you breathe and equally as
9:00 a.m.—Band Concert.
9:30 a.m.—Fire Drill, first prize, |6.00; second, $4.00.
10:00 a.m.—Base Ball, first prize, $40: second, $?0.
1:00 p. m.—Reading of Declaration of Independence; speaking
2:00 p.m.—Boys' Race, under 12 years, 30 yards, first prize, $2;
second prize, $1.
Girls' Race, under 12 years, 50 yards, first prize, $2; second
Young Men's Race, 100 yards, first prize, $3.50; second, $1.50.
Fat Men's Race, 50 yards, first prize, $:!; second prize, $1.
Potato Race for boys and girls under 12 years, first prize,
$2; second prize, $1.
Biscuit Eating Contest, prize $1.00.
Catching the Greased Pig—the pig is the prize.
2:30 p. m.—Horse Race, i mile first prize, $7.50; second prize,
$2.50 (open to Texas county horses only .
Pony Race, for boys and girls, \ mile, first prize, $3.00; sec-
ond prize, $2.00.
Auto Race, 2 miles, first prize. $20; second,
Motorcycle Race, 2 miles, first prize, $10; second, fo.00.
3:30 p.m.—Ball Game, first prize, $40; second, $20.
Dancing all day and evening. Day to conclude with Grand Display
of Fire Works, at which time $75.0# worth will be exhibited
of various tire works. Don't miss this great day in Hooker.
Guymon WonTwo Games at Tyrone
At Tyrone's Big Celebration on the 24th, the Home
Team Won From Hooker and Tyrone and
Could Have Taken on Liberal
Guymon took the first game of the fanned and Goodman threw out Wat-
Tyrone series from Hooker by a score ers and Denny.
of 6 to 5, going 11 innings. Good- 11. Hooker—Hawkins was safe
man pitched for Hooker and Gill on Foster's error, but Foster threw
was on the receiving end Foster him out at second; (.ashley fanned;
of Pratt, Kansas, started for Guy- Goodman skied to Sheehan. Guy-
mon and pitched good ball for seven mon—l^ancaster walked; Butter hit
innings, but In the eighth inning the a double to the left garden, scoring
Hooker batters got to him for five Lancaster with the winning run.
Llsman, i f.
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
Has enabled me to ascertain the average needs of the average
family in the grocery line. I do not buy In big lots, consequently
my stock Is always fresh. My prices are always as low a8 the
0. V. ALEXANDER
FARM PRODI CK
hits and 3 runs and left Guymon Guymon—
bringing up the short end of a 5 to Waters, 3b-p.
3 score. Waters went to the mound
in the ninth for Guymon and fin-
ished the game in good style. Guy-
mon came to bat in the last half of
the ninth inning two runs behind,
and after Butter had filed out to
Hawkins. Foster worked Goodman
for a pass and then Harry Sheehan
proved himself equal to the occasion Hooker—
by hitting a home run over the right j Hoole, 2b.
fielder's head, tying the game at five , Fvans, lb.
all. Waters held Hooker at his j 8S
mercy until the eleventh, when Lan- j \e(j'ro, 3b.
caster drew a pass and Butter Risen, cf.
doubled between left and center, i Hawkins, If
scoring Jerry with the winning run. |
The game was by far the most ex- | (>00(iraa'ni p
citing affair of the season. Twenty-
five hundred fans either cheered or
greaned when Guymon put over the
necessary counter in the last half of
the eleventh. The score by Innings
1. Hooker—Hoole fanned; Evans
lined to Sheehan. who made a one-
hand catch; Cousins lined to Denny,
who also made a one-hand catch ott
A BIG HARVEST
Now is the time to get ready for it. We are in position to
give you the best deal on your Barges and Granaries. Do
not fail to see us before buying.
I. A. LANGSTON
.COMLEY LUMBER CO.
7 33 16
H PO A
2 4 4
1 10 0
2 «> 0
4 9 2
0 2 0
1 1 0
1 2 0
3 0 0 0
12 30*10 1
G. A. YOAKUM.
M. A. YOAKUM.
Yoakum & Yoakum
Phone No. 142 DRAYMEN
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PLENTY OF STORAGE ROOMS.
PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE
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*N'one out when winning run was
Hooker ... 010 100 030 00—5 12 1
Guymon .201 000 002 01—ti 7 4
Two base hits—Evans, Cousins
(2), Gill, Hawkins, Denny. Butter
(2i. Three base hits—Gill (2).
Home run - Sheehan. Hits, off Fos-
ter. 10 In 8 innings; off Waters, 2
his meat hand. Guymon—Waters j in :: innings. Sacrifice hits—Lan-
caster. Denny, Gill, Hoole. Left on
... « i bases—Guymon 4, Hooker 7. Base on
IK.n, doubled <. rl«M. «orl„, ...! ^ ^ .. „y
ers; Lancaster fanned; Butter hit to j pd ban__EVang by Foster. Struck
left for two bags, scoring Denny; . 0llt—by Foster 9, by Goodman 8, by
Foster walked, but was out stealing; Waters 2. empires- Almond and
Sheehan fanned. Cro,e-v' Attendance. 2.500.
2. Hooker—Gill doubled to left;
Nedro was hit by his own batted
ball; Risen fanned; Hawkins doubled
to left, scoring Gill, and Richards
tanned. Guymon — Llsman filed to
Hoole; Dugan and Langston fanned.
3. Hooker — Foster threw out
Goodman; Hoole singled to right,
but was out stealing; Evans was hit
by a pitched ball; Cousins fanned.
Guymon—Risen let Waters' long fly
get away from him; Gill threw out
C. K. WILMETH
(Batter Known at Rabbit Foot Bill.)
AND LIVE STOCK
Will cry tales anywkere, at any time In Texat and adjoin-
ing counties. Make dates St the Guymon Herald offlct.
play, M. Woodward to C. Woodward j in her eye and will come to Guymon
to Ix>ck; langston singled to right, prepared to land the big prizes on
Tyrone—Lock filed to Foster; Sned- the 5th.
eger beat out an infield hit. but was Texhoma Is also strengthening
out stealing; M. Woodward fanned. | her lineup for the big Blege at Guy-
9. Guymon—Denny singled to
right; Lancaster singled to center;
Butter filed to J. Riffe: Foster forced
Denny at third: Sheehan singled to
right; Thomas fanned. Tyrone —
J. Riffe singled to right; H. Riffe
died to Thomas; G. RifTe filed to
Foster; O. Simms fanned.
The boys retired after the morning
game and took on a thin ham sand-
wich and a few tin cups of ice water
and came back to the diamond to
take on Tyrone. Riffe and Lock
warmed up for Tyrone and Riffe was
chosen to take the mound with
Snedeger catching. Waters and But-
terbaugh were the Guymon battery.
Almond called the balls and strikes
with Tom Croley assisting in loon-
Denny; I Lancaster sacrificed Waters; 1 "f over- the ones that were very
Butter singled to center, scoring |fouls. Thomas went to center
Waters; Foster was out when hls | field in the place of Llsman and Fos-
batted ball hit him. ter p,ayed rl*ht for Guymon'
4. Hooker-Gill tripled to left ^ Innings;
and scored when Butter threw high
trying to catch him ofT third; Nedro
fanned; Risen skied to Sheehan; ^ipled to right, scoring Waters and
Foster threw out Hawkins. Guy- Denny; Butt*r *nd 1'08ter fann*d;
Goodman.0 Riffe threw out Sheehan. Ty-
Lancaster, If. ...
M. Wood'd. 3b.
J. Riffe, cf
H. Riffe, p
G. Riffe, ss.
O. Simms, rf.
C. Wood'd. 2b.
B. Simms, If.
1. Guymon — Waters walked.
' Denny singled to right; l-ancaster
where to buy your bill of Lum-
ber? If so, all you have to do
Is to look at the prices we are
HIGH GRADE LUMBER
as well as everything that Is
included in building, for In-
terior or exterior work, from
the timber in your foundation
to the shingles on your roof.
THE STAR LUMBER COMPANY
City Meat Market
J. 1. HENSON, Proprietor
E. F. HAZELTON, Manager
Fresh and Cured Meats; Fish and Oysters every Thursday; Home
Rendered Lard; Compound; Creamery Butter; Mustard; Sweet Rel-
ish; Sweet, Sour and Dill Pickles; Dried Cod Fish; Salmon; Pork
and Beans; Salt Mackerel; Pickled Pigs Feet; Pepper Sauce; Pea-
nut Butter; Fruit Jelly.
DELIVERY HOURS—9 a. m. to 11 a. m. and 4 p. m. to 5 p. m.
Come and see us. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
.7 GIVE US A TRIAL
It L. ENNIS
Town Property for Sale
Ennis Loan and Realty Co.
BARGAINS IN OKLAHOMA AND TEXAS FARMS AND RANCHES
OPPORTUNITIES FOR INVESTMENT UNEQUALED
threw out Llsman; Dugan out to
5. Hooker—Richards was safe on
Foster's error; Goodman fanned;
Hoole sacrificed Richards to second;
Denny threw out Evans. Guymon—
Langston singled to center; Waters
forced Langston; Hoole went back
of first and took Denny's foul; Lan-
caster fouled to Gill.
6. Hooker—Cousins doubled to
left and Gill sacrificed; Nedro and "uKan' BC° •
Risen fanned. Guymon — Butter
fouled to Nedro: Hawkins went back
and caught Foster's long drive:
7. Hooker—Denny threw out
Hawkins; Dugan tossed out Rich-
ards to Foster, who covered the base,
and Goodman fanned. Guymon—
Llsman filed to Risen; Hoole threw
out Dugan; Langston fanned.
8. Hooker—Hoole singled to cen-
ter; Evans doubled to right, scoring
Hoole; Cousins doubled to right,
scoring Evans; Gill singled to center,
scoring Cousins, but was thrown out
trying to stretch his hit into a
double; Denny threw out Nedro.
Risen singled to left; Denny threw
out Hawkins. Guymon -Waters filed
to Lashley in right; Hoole threw out
Denny and l^ancaster.
9. Hooker—Waters went to the
mound for Guymon, Foster went to
right field and langston went to
third base—Gill sent Lashley, a
right hander, in to bat for Richards;
Lashley filed to Lancaster; Goodman
beat out an infield hit; Hoole filed
to Foster; Sheehan threw out Evans.
Guymon—Butter filed to Hawkins;
Foster walked; Sheehan hit a home
run to right, scoring Foster ahead
of him and tying the score; Llsman
was out to Evans unassisted; Dugan
filed to Hoole.
10. Hooker — Cousins fanned;
Gill tripled down the right field foul
line; Nedro hit to Waters and GUI
was out at the plate; Risen popped
to Waters. Guymon — Langston
IF YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR FARM OR TOWN PROPERTY,
LIST IT WITH ME NOW
The Alrdome's splendid pictures Plenty of old papers for tale at
are attracting large crowds nightly. | the Herald oiBce.
will relieve your indigestion. Many
peop)e in this town have used thnn
and we have yet to hear of a cose where
they have failed. We know the for*
mula. Sold only by us—25c a box.
Wanssr & Hamilton.
rone—Snedeger filed to Lancaster;
M. Woodward and J. Riffe fanned.
2. Guymon—Thomas was wound-
ed on the arm by one of Riffe's
shoots; Dugan hit one a little too
warm for G. RifTe to take care of;
langston singled to right, filling the
bases; Waters forced Thomas at the
plate; Denny hit to C. Woodward
and he tried to get WaterB between
first and second, but missed him and
one ofT Harry Riffe's glove Into cen-
ter for a single, scoring Langston and
Denny; Butter filed to J. Riffe. Ty-
rone—H. Riffe doubled to left; G.
Riffe filed to Thomas; O. Sims and
C. Woodward fanned.
3. Guymon—Snedeger threw out
Foster; Sheehan singled to left and
stole second; Thomas fouled to M.
Woodward; Dugan fanned. Tyrone
B. Sims out to Dugan; Dugan
tossed out Lock; Snedeger fanned
4. Guymon —langston fouled to
Lock; Waters filed to J. Riffe; O.
Simms dropped Denny's fly and he
got three bases; I^ancaster fanned.
Tyrone—Denny threw out M. Wood-
ward; J. Riffe singled to left; H
Riffe out to Dugan unassisted; G.
5. Guymon—Butter doubled to
left; Foster and Sheehan fanned;
Thomas filed to J. Riffe. Tyrone—
O. Simms beat out a swinging hunt
and stole; C. Woodward singled to
left; B. Simms popped to Waters and
C. Woodward was doubled off sec-
ond; Lock singled to center, scoring
O. Simms; Lock was out stealing.
6. Guymon-Dugan died to O.
Simms; H. Riffe threw out Langston
and Waters. Tyrone -Snedeger filed
to Foster: Waters threw out M.
Woodward and J. Riffe.
7. Guymon Denny tripled to
right; Lancaster was safe on Lock's
error, Denny scoring; I^ancaster
stole second; Butter filed to J. Riffe;
Foster fouled to M. Woodward and
Sheehan fanned. Tyrone—H. RifTe
was safe on Denny's error, went to
second when Sheehan dropped But-
ter's assist and scored when Lang-
ston let Denny's assist get away; O.
RifTe and O. Simms fanned; C. Wood-
ward singled to leTt and B. Simms
8. Guymon—Thomas was safe on
Lock's error; Dugan hit Into a double
Guymon 230 000 100—6 12
Tyrone 000 010 100—2 8
Two base hits— Butterbaugh.
Riffe. Three base hits—I^ancaster. I #
Denny. Double plays—M. Wood-
ward to C. Woodward to Lock; Wat-
ers to Sheehan. LeTt on bases—
Guymon 10. Tyrone 3. Struck out
Bv Waters 10, by RifTe 8. Base
on balls—Off RifTe 1. Umpires. Al
mond and Croler Attendance, 2,500.
mon on the 5th, and the faus may
expect to see some real baseball on
Texhoma and Ochiltree crossed
bats on the latter's diamond Sunday,
the 27th, in a 1 to 0 game In favor
of the Texans.
From now on the Guymon team
will exhibit before one of the nicest
grandstands in the Panhandle. Guy-
mon's business men got behind the
proposition last week and Monday
begun the erection of a 25x60 foot
"see-tower" which, from the class of
ball the Guymon team has been
dishing up. Is altogether deserved.
The grandstand seats will be Tree
to one and all at all times—another
very satisTylng Teature Tor the Tans.
Ladles may now attend and witness
the games with a great deal more
comfort than heretofore. Other Im-
provements are also being made in
Ochiltree has two shut-out games
to her credit this Season—Woodward
and Texhoma. But watch the smoke
when they visit Guymon.
Why not a game with Dalhart?—
a splendid attraction.
Harry Sheehan's home run hit at
a critical moment in the Hooker-
Guymon game was the sensation of
The swatting ability of the Guy-
mon team Increases with each game.
Some of the boys are taking daily
Waters, Guymon'! old reliable
mound artist, usually gets the grapes
Charley's rheumatic ankles have been
a hindrance of late, but he hopes to
be In good form by the 5th.
The "biggest" feature of the Guy-
mon-Ochiltree game on the 13th was
the "charging" at the gate.
It Is said that Tyrone has blood
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PIANO • AND . VOICE
Studio Hours: 9 to 11 a. m.
3 to 5 p. m.
Patronage respectfully solicited.
Studio at Mrs. Reek's residence.
PHONE NO. 302
Jno. A. Scott
N E W
.. .. for prices on a
East Side Main — Phone 52
Having been appointed for the J. D. NKWCOMBEH (COM-
PANY of Eldorado. Iowa. 1 lm now in a position to make FARM
LOANS In Texas aod Clmtrrcn Counties, Oklahoma, on good land.
See me for that loan or for that renewal of the present loan that
is about due.
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That's when the grocery bill Is high. Extra hands to feed and
work to do. Save your work and save your money.
LET US STOCK YOU FOR HARVEST TIME
STAR MERCANTILE CO.
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