Hobart Republican Hobart, Oklahoma July 24, 1916 Serious Stabbing at Mountain Park While R. A. BULLOCK, an insurance agent, and W. A. FULKS, a farmer, were engaged in a fight yesterday afternoon in Mountain Park, the latter’s son, ‘BABE,’ a boy about 16, used a knife on his father’s assailant with serious results.
Bullock lives in Mountain Park and Fulks about 5 miles in the country. They had previously had a misunderstanding over insurance matters and the latter and his son got in their car yesterday afternoon and drove over to the Park to adjust the matter. Instead of reaching an agreement, they came to blows. It seems that Bullock was on the ground and Fulks was in his car when the fight began. After striking a few blows they clenched. The boy jumped out, it is claimed, and ran around the car striking his father’s assailant in the back, just below a point opposite the heart, with a long knife, driving it to the cavity and inflicting a dangerous wound.
Father and son were arrested and held at the Park over night and this morning were brought to Hobart. They are being held to await the outcome of the stabbing. S. C. HALEY, city marshal of Mountain Park, brought the two men in. After keeping them in custody all day, he took them to the Park this afternoon to let them make bond.
December 13, 1916 Father and Son Fined for Assault W. A. and C. W. FULKS must pay $75 for using knife on R. E. BULLOCK, according to jury’s verdict.
December 22, 1919 Preparing for Term of Court Among the names summoned for jury duty of Kiowa County: W. A. FULKS of Mountain Park