The Mountain Park Herald. (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 24, 1906 Page: 1 of 8
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THE MOUNTAIN PARK HERALD.
Farmers Union Picnic.
I he Gold Hill Farmers Union will
have a picnic on Saturday. June ad,
*" which everybody is cordially invited
to attend, especially the business men
o! Mountain Park and vicinity.
Following is the program of the day:
A short talk by several farmers.
Song, “Nearer My Goc^ x Thee ”
C C. Worrall, of Hobsrt.
Song. God be with you till we meet
By order Committee.
[Successor to'the Mountain Park Lance.]
MOUNTAIN PARK, OKLAHOMA. MAY 24, 1906
H. L I’horp is attending Court at
They Showed Us.
Saturday night Mountain Park was
treated to a show by the Bayne ten
wagon show. I he outfit consists of
a few trained dogs and still fewer billy
goats, a bunch of poor horses and
about a dozen people. They had a
tolerably good-sized audience and
left Sunday headed toward the north.
Mrs. W. R. Sparks left Sunday for
a visit to her old home in Illinois.
J. W. Eastman from onr neighbor
town, Snyder, was in the city Tuesdsy
Mark Roberts and J. A Jones
went to Quanah Texas Tuesday re-
turning yesterday. ’
A bran new ten-pound boy arrived
at the home of Mr.and Mrs Joel Rob-
ertson this morniug
The continued rains of this week
have seriously retarded the farmers in
cultivating their cotton.
C. C. Garrigaus, postal route in-
spector, has been here several days
measuring the rural routes.
On account of a baseball game be-
tween Hobart and Lawton last Sun-
day a special train was run from Ho
hart to Lawton by wav of the Frisco.
There were several cars loaded by
the time the train reached here, where
it picked up another^good sized batch.
The crowd was made up of jolly
good fellows and all had a general
Arriving at Lawton, the game was
called at about 3 o’clock and the
boys on both sides got busy. After
ilaying about three innings things
>egan to get serious. Hobart being a
ittle weak from some cause, the score
etoed 3 to o in favor of Lawton. At
this critical time Hobart went to the
>at and made some of the best hits
it has been our pleasure to see this
season. Theie were two men on base
and one out, when a Hobart man
tnocked a fly which dashed oyer the
Lawton fielders like a blue bird in a
whirlwind. The batter stopped on
second while the other two went home
but as the last man got in he was
overtaken by the ball, but the race
wag so close that it was hard to de-
cide. finally the umpire decided in
favor of Lawton, which started a
squabble and finally end sd the game.
Some of the boys gave up their
money, others drew it down, while the
!arg r part of it is still in the bank at
Lawton The last report is that the
game will be played over.
Mrs. W. E. Livesay was in Hobart
the fore part of the week.
J. B. Spicer came in last right fVora
an extended business trip i Illinois.
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Mrs John Rarity and V «. Harry -
Lee were in Hobart Tues .ty in *t-
tendance at the district Court. - ^ 4
Wiley Williams and little boy and
Mrs. Payne returned thit morning
from a visit to relatives in Texas
The boys ball team played the Sn y
der boys Sunday. The game resulted
in a victory for the home team. There
was only three of the regular playets
To the Public...
lian save you mf nev'of anV kind- call on me;
j^an sav^you ^
No bJ^rmaie.6 ^ ^ ^ Bully Boy Cultivators and the New Stoughton Wagon-
Calico^Tand^tn^l^ams and m^s^sel? them ^din^T Uo0?8> Emb">We*-ies, Laces
wm for the next ,§ days put ££&
and lidies^Unde^wear M^e^me^ Also mens-
all go in this sale at reduced prices. We wm give you a W halt0®" tbe beat and will
ginning Wednesday, May 30. and en^ng Saturday” June Q g Groceries
be^Agpr per 100 lbs. $210
Best Granuia'ed Sugar 18 lbs $1.00
Best Y C. Sugar so lbs. $1 00
Eating Potatoes, per bu. .90
Ccwl Oil 3 gallon, 90
Gged Coffee. 7 lbs. $1.00
B|st Mocha & Java 5 lbs. $1.00
m Java. 5 lbs. $ 1.00
18 lbs. Si.00
Laundry Soap, »
Best Soap, 8 bar
•-"•^Best bbl. Sorgum
Best Bucket Sorg
Golden Glory Sorgigm,
Full Pack Corn, nor
Vsn Canspt HoiSny,
Best Tomattoes, a for
All California Fruit, a for «
ao Ibi. Navy Bean., $,.00
4 lb*. Arm & Hammer Soda ac
Star Tobacco, per lb. A
Drummond N. Leaf, per lb. [Jo
These prices are spot cash will
give a large oil Painting with every
IJ*°o purchase. 7
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Noel, C. L. The Mountain Park Herald. (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 24, 1906, newspaper, May 24, 1906; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc853793/m1/1/: accessed October 30, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.