MARYSVILLE GLOBE
The Official Newspaper for
Marysville WA

November 1905




Volume XIV Number 45 - Friday, 3 November 1905
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

A Land Without Paupers
Blanche Perkins Gives Party
City Council
City Council
Condensed County News
Doings of the Woman's Club
Epworth League Entertainment
Getchell Happenings
Hallowe'en Doings
New Mill A Possibility
Round About News Item
Sixty Weeks for $1.75
Stimson's Crossing
The Week in Tulalip

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crime, marriage   The dispatches told the other day of a wedding contracted against the laws of the state of Washington, to which a minister in one of the Grays Harbor cities was a party. In order to evade the law which forbids the marriage of cousins, the couple desiring to be married engaged a launch, and took the minister with them, who made them man and wife far enough out on the Pacific ocean to be beyond the jurisdiction of the state. Perhaps it may be said in consequence that no law was broken where the ceremony took place, and that therefore no one is to blame, and yet the fact remains that the whole transaction was an evasion of the law. Allowances must be made for the actions of lovers, but the action of the minister can only be condoned on the plea of ignorance. And yet the press knew, and there must have been facts sufficient to acquaint him with the facts in the case. These known, he became a party to the violation of a good law for a fee. Far different was the action of that minister in the East who refused to perform any marriage ceremony during June, because he had found most divorces resulting June weddings, evidently because sentiment entered more into these weddings of the "marry month" of June than of any other month of the year. There are people enough already who make a living by breaking the laws, without ministers of the gospel helping to swell their number.
disease, typhoid Anderson, Louis Social and Personal Items - Louis Anderson, who has been very low with the typhoid fever was reported to be a little better today.
disease, typhoid Nelson, Mrs.. L. C. Mrs. L. C. Nelson has returned after spending a few days with her brother Louis Anderson, on Big Marsh. Mr. Anderson is reported to be ill with typhoid fever.
fire Everett Condensed County news - A fire Wednesday morning about 2 o'clock damaged the Colby building in Everett, and stock of various tenants to the amount of $44,000. W. F. Hall the dry goods was the heaviest sufferer, the damage amounting to $30,000. The damage to the building was $5,000. The Everett Record, which was located in the basement suffered considerably and is being temporarily published from the News Press.
fire Sedro-Woolley Condensed County news - Three residences burned down in Sedro Woolley on the Fourth.
of interest   Condensed County news - Late rumors of electric roads in the county concern the Snohomish and Cherry valley road, and the Rapid railway connecting Seattle and Bellingham by way of Snohomish.




Volume XIV Number 46 - Friday, 10 November 1905
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

Advertised Letters
City Council
Condensed County News
Gymnasium to Be Pushed
New Lecture course Plans
Notice of Election
Various Social Gatherings

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birth Kidder, baby Social and Personal Items - Mr. and Mrs. Kidder became the parents of a baby Wednesday of last week.
crime, murder Ferguson, L. D. Condensed County News - L. D. Ferguson, proprietor of the Totem Pole saloon of Mt. Vernon, shot William Patterson, proprietor of Louvre hotel of that place, Monday forenoon. Ferguson claims to have done the deed in revenge, on the ground that Patterson had caused troubles in the former's family. The wounded man died in a Bellingham hospital Monday evening. Ferguson is under arrest.
family Demaray, James The Week in Tulalip - Mr. James Demaray of Melvin, Michigan, a brother of Mrs. Wm. Merrill, arrived in Tulalip last week on a visit to his sister.
fire German Bakery Condensed County News - The German bakery of Everett located on Hewitt ave. between Oaks and Lombard, was burned Wednesday night. The loss was in the neighborhood of $1,000 said to be covered by insurance.
fire Kapp, Charles Getchell Happenings - The residence of Charles Kapp, with all its contents, was destroyed by fire early Monday Morning.
Tulalip   The Week in Tulalip - Court day last Wednesday was quite a busy day in town as quite a number of cases that had been continued came to trial. Ex-police-capt. James Thomas is the new judge, vice Tyee George retired. William McLean is a new police private to take place of Charles Hillaire who is now police captain.




Volume XIV Number 47 - Friday, 17 November 1905
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

Call for Bids
Condensed County News
Franchise is Granted
Good Sunday School Rally Held
Governor Mead Proclaims Day of Thanksgiving
Kellog Marsh News
Nortice of Close of Registration
Noted W C T U Worker Coming
Notice of Election
Round About News Item
Stimson's Crossing News
The Week in Tulalip

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Volume XIV Number 48 - Friday, 24 November 1905
Official Paper of Marysville

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