MARYSVILLE GLOBE
The Official Newspaper for
Marysville WA

August 1905




Volume XIV Number 26 - Friday, 4 August 1905
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

Amateur League Organized
Condensed County News
Coxey Is No More
Fire on the Marsh
Garden topics
Mervin Conrad
Slashing Permits
Testing count Soil
The Ebey Island Dike
Traveling Library Here

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident, child Conrad, Mervin Mervin Conrad Loses An Eye
The sad news comes from Seattle that Mervin Conrad has suffered the loss of one of his eyes through an operation. Some time ago he hurt his eye, and while at first the hurt was not thought to be serious, it has steadily grown worse. The little fellow has been under treatment for some time in Seattle, and the eye was finally removed in order to save the other eye.
accident, child Teeple, Wm. Social and Personal Items - The young son of Wm. Teeple fell and broke his arm at the elbow while playing Saturday. Dr. Munn set the broken bone and at last reports the boy was getting along nicely.
accident, mill Allen, George The Week in Tulalip - Mr. George Allen while threading some rods in the shop last Saturday accidentally cut and bruised the fleshy part around the left eye. A stitch or two was taken in the deepest cut and the pugilistic appearance of the eye will soon vanish. Fortunately the eyeball was unjured (sic.)
accident, mill Tyson, Oliver Tyson's Narrow Escape
Oliver Tyson, foreman of the Smith mill met with an accident last Monday afternoon which fortunately resulted in only some torn clothes and temporary soreness and stiffness. He was caught on a key on the draysaw shaft.
accident, railroad Coxey Coxey is no More
Old Coxey is no more. The north bound flyer of Thursday evening killed him on the bridge. There wasn't a better known dog in town than Mr. Turners dog Coxey, named after that Coxey who marched his army some years ago to the city of Washington. He was eleven years old when killed and was hard of hearing which was probably the reason death caught him this way. His owner valued him very highly.
birth Davis, daughter Kellog Marsh News - A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Davis of Kellog Marsh yesterday morning. Mother and Child both doing well.
birth Powers, son Social and Personal Items - Born, to Mr. P. H. Powers on Fifth street 5 Aug (1905), a ten pound boy.
birth Robinson, son Social and Personal Items - A ten pound boy arrived early this week at the home of Arthur Robinson.
crime Bennet, H. H. Bennet, a prisoner in the Granite Falls Jail, escaped last Sunday.
death Hollenbeck, son Sudden Death of a Child
The six year old son of Mr. Hollenbeck, now of Getchell, died Tuesday morning after a sickness of only a day or two. He seemed to be some stomach trouble, then a fever set in, the boy soon became delirious and death followed during the night. He was buried Wednesday.
death Young, W. A. W. A. Young, a Granite Falls shingle weaver, died at the Everett hospital last Monday.
fire Britton, R. B. The home of R. B. Britton near Arlington was totally destroyed by fire last Saturday. The house which was newly built, was valued at $800, and insured to half that amount.
fire Jensen, Peter FIRE ON THE MARSH
Home of Peter Jensen Totally Destroyed by Fire - House Partially Insured

A Fire completely destroyed the home of Peter Jensen, located about three miles east of town on the Getchell road. Wednesday afternoon between three and four o'clock. All efforts to save the house were unavailing and all that could be done was to save the furniture on the lower floor. The furniture upstairs was destroyed. The house was comparatively new, having been built last year. It was worth about $400 and insured for $250.
illness Brady, Mrs. Mrs. Brady is reported as being quite sick.
move Anderson, Ole Mr. Ole Anderson, a late arrival from the east has purchased the Jeans' property on Fourth street, and is having some painting and paper hanging done there before moving in. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson are at present staying with their son who purchased the Gross Ranch.
of interest Japanese The white and the yellow races have clashed in Blaine. A Japanese and an American engaged in the canneries had a set-to which drew in a number of others. Gov. Mead was appealed to by the Japanese consul at Seattle, to call out the military if necessary. The sheriff was, however, able to control the situation.
railroad Wrage, Otto The court and jury in the condemnation case of Marysville Northern Railroad against Otto Wrage took the train Tuesday morning for Stimson's Crossing where they transferred to the Stimson road and took a ride over to the land in question. After returning to Everett in the afternoon, the case was again taken up, and a decision reached the same evening by which Mr. Wrage was awarded $400 for the strip of land. Another similar case against Joseph Kraetz was settled out of court for $425.




Volume XIV Number 27 - Friday, 11 August 1905
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

Condensed County News
Estimates of Population
Kellog Marsh News
Miss Snyder's Recital
New Surveys Planned
Northern Pacific Refuses to Pay Taxes
Railroad Commission on Tour
Round About News Item
School History Controversy
State Birds Classified
State Roads to be Built
Sudden Death of Child
The Week in Tulalip
Tyson's Narrow Escape

EXTRACTED EVENTS

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Volume XIV Number 28 - Friday, 18 August 1905
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

Advertised Letters
Bankruptcy Stock Sold
Condensed County News
Marysville Mercantile company
Merry Birthday Party
Mrs. Merrick Entertains
Ordance No. 116
State University Matters
Stimsons Get Right of Way
Water Pipes Have Come

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident, logging Novaki, Anton A woodsman by the name of Anton Novaki was struck by a falling limb while working in the Wood & Iverson camp near Snohomish last Monday, struck across the abdomen and almost disemboweled. He was taken to the hospital in a precarious condition.
accident, mill Beaman, Mr. Social and Personal Items - Mr. Beaman, who is filer at Shoultes mill no. 2, met with an accident last Saturday. While operating the upright machine his arm came too close to the saw, with the result that he sustained a bad flesh wound.
death Stafford, Charles T. Charles T. Stafford, a son of Dr. Stafford of Snohomish died Wednesday morning at the home of his parents. The deceased was 21 years old.
move Stewart, John Social and Personal Items - Mr. John Stewart, who went to Alaska from here about five years ago, paid the town a visit during the week. He came here from Fairbanks, and is on his way to some sanitarium east of the mountains for his health. It is not a roseate picture Mr. Stewart paints of life in the goldfields of Alaska.
nature   Stimson's Crossing - Several black bears have been killed in this vicinity also one brown bear.
of interest Arlington The report comes from Arlington that in boring a well the drill went through a vein of coal 26 feet thick. It is not known whether this is the actual thickness, or whether the vein was dipping at that point.
of interest Averill, Mr. This Week in Tulalip - Mr. Averill, who has been gathering material for an authentic history of Snohomish county, was a caller at the superintendent's office Wednesday where he obtained a great deal of information concerning this and other county Indians. The history will be published by a firm in Spokane.




Volume XIV Number 29 - Friday, 25 August 1905
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

Book Club Meeting
City council
Condensed County News
Marysville Cucumbers
New Mill to be Built
Progress in Road Making
Song Service
Ten Inch String Beans
The New School Law

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident, horse Normensen, Mrs. A sad accident occurred in Seattle last Wednesday, whereby a Mrs. Normensen was instantly killed. The wagon in which she was riding struck a rock in making a turn after descending a steep hill, and was about to tip over, when Mrs.. Normensen jumped striking a rock with her head with the result that her neck was broken.
crime Chambers County game warden Chambers is out of office. His office was declared vacant by the county commissioners this week, with a successor to be appointed at a future date. The report is out that he was helping to break the telegrapher's strike being an old operator, and this, and that he was not attending to his duties as game warden were the reasons for his dismissal.
crime Street, R. T. R. T. Street of Colfax was assailed Sunday night while passing near a saloon in that place, and seriously injured. His assailant escaped. Mr. Street is an active member of the anti-saloon league, and had caused the arrest of four saloon men for violating the Sunday closing ordinance. Now the businessmen are demanding that the saloon laws be rigidly enforced.
death Baldwin, Elizabeth Mrs. Elizabeth Baldwin of Monroe died Wednesday morning as the result of the rupture of a blood vessel in the brain. The rupture occurred while she stooped to pick up some fruit in the orchard. The deceased was 6(1) years old.
death, drowned   Two young men were drowned at Cosmopolis Sunday while in bathing.
fire Wiser Shingle mill The Wiser shingle mill at Bellingham burned yesterday, causing a loss of about $4,000.
railroad   A request is before the count commissioners for a franchise for the Edmonds and Eastern railroad through the county. The projected railroad is to run to Conconully and from there to Spokane eventually, through rich timber land. Mr. Hoffman is the representative, and claims that the road is financed and work will be started as soon as the preliminaries can be arranged.





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