The Marshall Tribune. (Marshall, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, September 16, 1904 Page: 1 of 12
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YOMJM K ;f.
M A ItS 11 A IjL. LOGAN COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FIUl vY SI'TTKM RKli 16, 1904.
k BIG SUCCESS.
The Bast hall Tournament Drew A
l arge Crowd
HONORABLE I RANK
Is Present And
Although it, was the first event of
thi> Kimi ever held in Oklahoma, and
nit hough the weather all forenoon
was threatening. a hig crowd attended
Marshall's first annual base hall tour-
voted it a big j
one invited in to listen to tlie address-
es. I. il. Stafford manipulated the
finished, the score at that time stand- « A A
ing 5 In 5.
M A KSIIAI.I. VS PEUKY.
This was t he last hall game on the
program ami would have been exoil ing
had the teams been evenly matched.
l*1iHT"yHEWS The Perry boys being colored attract- ^
_ ed a great deal of attention. Their■ 4
Delivers A Rousing pitcher was good and worked hard but <
I he couldn't keep the blue-birds from
alighting on his curves, while the
black-birds could do nothing with
Mize. Marshall won the game, 10 to 2.
At the conclusion of the ball games
the gates were thrown open and every
naineut, and r\t
The program was slow in starting gavel and after a few happy remarks,
mi account of the Douglas team being introduced Judge Whitiiighill, of En-
late in arriving, I<iit when the games hi. The Judge didn't try to make a
Dually started there was no loafing speech a8 the time was loo short, and ^
and they were pushed t liningh with-! utter putting the crowd in a good liu-
oul interruption. The Mulhall boys j uior yielded the floor to
arrived on the scene early and were j 11 ON. Fuank Mathkws.
ready for business at the appointed j Mr. Mathews didn't waste many
hour. Owing to their'prompt iicss and j words by way of introduction, but
gentlemanly manners a great many of | waded into his subject at once. The
our people would have been glad had | crowd was anxious to hear everything
tliey won their game. 1 be said abd paid him ilie closest at.
Marshall certainly did hers. !I proud tention. Mr. Mathews makes a pleas-
in more ways than one. TIi« grounds I iug appearance oil the platform and
were in perfect condition and I be new j our ci t i/.ens would be glad to hear him
grandstand, tilled to overflow ing with under dillerentcircumstances when he
men and women presented a picture had plenty of time in which to make
both beautiful and inspiring. Many ' >in address
were the compliments heard on every Notes Of the l>av-
band not only on the appearance of J The receipts of the day were a little
I lie grounds, but on the beautifully I over $250.
uniformed band and ball team and on I The weather was ideal after those
t he enterprise shown by our citizens | el( u,1s rolled nwiiv
in e\ei> way. j •'( didn't know you had such a good
Orescent made by far the best show- , . ,, , , , ... , ,,,
, , , town here.' Judge \\ liltinghill.
ing of any outside town and when the
Mr. James Hepburn was in the
grand- stand taking notes for the Cap
After all, isn't a decent black man
better than some white men that you
k now ?
train from the south pulled hi it look-
ed as if half t be town was oil board.
The people of Crescent take great
pride in I heir band, as well tliey may,
f ir they c.'ilainlv have a baud that is
bard to beat.
M ULHAM. vs Douglas.
Mulhall and Douglas were the lirst
teams to enter the arena. Tliey were
evenly matched in playing ability, but
allihe luck was with Douglas, and
the Mulhall boys had gotten up too
early to do much bat ting, so the boys i
Iroin the north succeeded in shutting
them out, 10 to 0.
Black Bkak vsCimcm knt.
Black Bear and Orescent were the
next to toe the scratch. It was plain-
ly visible that the Bears were too
much for Orescent and came within
one of shutting them out. To Cres-
cent's honor be it said however, that
^ ^ ^ ^ a. A.*
Will soon be here, and we arise to announce
that we ar« "loaded for the occasion." Our large
stock of School Hooks and supplies are here, re-
plete with good values. It will be hard to find a
more complete line than we are carrying this year.
Come and see us when you want
As well as the ioi little accessories that help
make up a complete stock. If our price isn't right
make it right
I. H. STAFFORD, PROPRIETOR.
id polities don't mix
No day is long enough
boys' suits are
ie boys make a
worth u cmi t
The Marshall band
t be swellest out, TI
Keep your eye on Marshall. The |
advert ising she got. Monday, will reap I
its reward in the future.
The league umpire was on I lie;
grounds but didn't umpire because he
wanted the earth for bis services.
The Crescent band is way above the
average for a country town. We
would all be glad to have them come
A A AA
S. W. MURPHY, Phksidbwt.
K. I*. RICHAKDSONf VIC I
•S. I1, KICK, VICE PKBSIDRNT,
•I. I*. FIJNK, Cahhirh.
We Respectfully Solicit
Firms and Corporations
The Bank of Marshall,
Accounts of Individuals,
and will Extend to our
Customers Every Accommodation Consistent with
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
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several of the Black Bear hoys belong! back again seme time.
t,o the Garber team. The score stood
10 to 1. At the conclusion of this
game everybody went down to the
odd Fellows hall and ate an excellent
dinner with the Bebekahs and were
on the grounds promptly at one
These two teams lined up for the
lirst afternoon game, and anyone who
enjoys base hall easily got his mon-
ey's worth out of this game. For
eleven long innings tliey battled, each
side making remarkably clever plays
-The game was called nt the end of t he
eleventh so that the program could be
Every business house in town closed
during the afternoon and no one lost a I
dollar by so doing. A little liberality!
now and then is a mighty good adver-
The finest ball park and grandstand J
in Oklahoma, the finest uniformed,
team in Oklahoma and all paid for is'
not a bad record for one year.
The Bebekahs served an excellent
chicken dinner and received many
words of praise. They fed over 400
and cleared about $75. This money i
will be used to purchase new chairs
for t he opera house.
New Management. New Process,
Yv'e will turn out none but first class Flour. Every
sack guaranteed. We are prepared to do all kinds o!
exchange work, and have <>n hand all kinds of feed.
MARSHALL MILLING CO.
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The Marshall Tribune. (Marshall, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, September 16, 1904, newspaper, September 16, 1904; Marshall, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth349535/m1/1/: accessed May 25, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.