Volume XV Number 28 - Friday, 10 August 1906
$216 Water Bill Paid
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|birth||Sanford, baby boy||Social and Personal Items - Born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sanford, Friday 4 Aug (1906) a son. Mother and child both doing well.|
|crime||Crowe, Fred||Fred Crowe, formerly of this place, was arrested in Everett Wednesday afternoon, on the charge of grand larceny. He is accused of stealing a suit of clothes, a watch and chain, and a pair of shoes, in a lumber camp near Snohomish.|
|death||Stanyar, Edwin|| Deputy Sheriff Stanyar Dead |
Mr. Edwin Stanyar, deputy sheriff of Snohomish county for the past six years died at Arlington Monday morning from a complication of stomach troubles. He had been critically ill since last April. The deceased was born in Canada forty-four years ago. He leaves a son and two daughters. The funeral was held at Arlington Wednesday afternoon under the auspices of the Elks.
|death||Teeple, Titus Ridley||Order to show cause - Titus Ridley Teeple, deceased... Ida L. Teeple, administratrix|
|of interest||Donovan house||Social and Personal Items - The Donovan house on Second, which was recently damaged by fire is being put into habitable shape again.|
|of interest||mills|| Mills All Making Shingles |
All the shingle mills in Marysville resumed operations this week. Of those that were shut down, the Smith mill started last Monday the Harrington mill Tuesday and the Bertois mill Wednesday morning. These mills started up with their old crews. The prospects now are for a long and steady run.
|Steilacoom||McAlpinne, William||William McAlpinne, recently committed to the poor farm, has been declared insane and taken to the Steilacoom asylum.|
A Patent Miling Machine to be Exhibited at the County Fair
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|accident, work||Randall, Duke|| Duke Randall Loses a Finger |
Mr. Duke Randall had the misfortune to get the little finger of his left hand caught in the cogs of a donkey engine, with the result that it was so badly injured as to necessitate its amputation. The accident happened Tuesday morning. Mr. Randall was working at the dam which the Randall brothers are putting in at the mouth of Allan creek.
|family||Asbery, Mrs. Issac||Social and Personal Items - Mrs. Issac Asbery left Tuesday for an extended trip in Kansas City, where her parents reside. She will probably also visit in Indiana before returning home.|
|fire||Marysville Machine Shop||The roof of the Marysville Machine Shop caught fire last Wednesday afternoon about 4 o'clock. Water was immediately thrown on the fire from the Dexter mill, and the blaze extinguished before the department got there.|
|illness||Harter, John||Stimson' Crossing News - Mr. John Harter is very ill at his home north of the Crossing.|
|marriage|| Jules, Stephanie |
|The Week in Tulalip - Following the announcement from the pulpit last Sunday the marriage of Miss Stephanie Jules to Mr. Joseph James was duly and properly observed at the church last Wednesday by Rev. P. Gard. After the ceremony at the church the invited guests were served dinner at the home of the bride at high noon. During the evening all repaired to the home of Charles Hillaire where a dance was given, being served at midnight by Tommy Johnson, mother of the groom. The invited guests form he school were Misses Hill, Ramose, Harrigan and Downie who presented the bride with a dinner set as a token of their respect and friendship. Mr. and Mrs. James are two of our best and most highly respected young people. They both have attended school at Chemawa and Tulalip have a fair education, and with good health will make a good home and improve their holding.|
|move||Kline, Elsie||Thursday evening the Pendo Lodge with a few invited guests, gave a luncheon in honor of Mrs. Elsie Kline who leaves soon for a permanent stay in Seattle. Mrs. Kline was presented with a tea set by the lodge.|
|move||Myers, Mrs. H. E.||Social and Personal Items - Mrs. H. E. Myers arrived from Colorado last Friday. She will make her home with her daughter, Mrs. A. S. Turner.|
|of interest||Social and Personal Items - The local railroad agent sold 175 tickets to Everett last Tuesday on account of the circus. Undoubtedly more than that number walked to the smelter and took the cars from that point, besides others who drove over. All the mills shut down for the day except Plont & Sauntry who shut down at noon.|
|Steilacoom||Barberg, Emma||Mrs. Emma Garberg of Stanwood has been declared insane and committed to Steilacoom Insane asylum|
Band Contest at the Fair
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|birth||Ebel, baby boy||Social and Personal Items - Mr. and Mrs. Ebel's home was glad (sic) Wednesday by the arrival of a baby boy. Mother and child doing well.|
|birth||Harrington, baby boy||Social and Personal Items - Born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harrington, a baby boy Thursday of last week.|
|birth||McBain, baby girl||Social and Personal Items - A baby girl arrived at the McBain home last Tuesday.|
|crime||Barge, R.|| Vandals at Work |
Mr. R. Barge reports wanton injury to his property last Tuesday night about twelve o'clock. some trees on his place were broken and gashes cut in the bark. Other depredations of like character have taken place of late in that part of town. the marshal and others are keeping an eye on this part of town in the hope of detecting the guilty parties. It might be well to offer a reward, and if the parties are caught they should be dealt with as severely as the law will allow.
|death||Harter, John|| John Harter Dies at Stanwood |
Died at the hospital in Stanwood, Wednesday morning, 22 Aug (1906), John Harter, aged 23 years, 10 months, 4 days. He was born at Lucas IA, 18 Oct 1882, and when about two years old, moved with his parents to Washington where he has since resided. He was a promising young man of good habits and a genial companion. The young man was seriously ill only about 8 days. there are two sisters, Mrs. J. A. Kennedy and Mrs. C. Bryan and a brother, Herbert, left to mourn, with his parents a dearly beloved brother and son. The entire community unite in sympathy with the bereaved family.
At two o'clock Thursday afternoon, a very large number of friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kennedy to pay their last respects to their departed friend, John Harter. The floral offerings were beautiful, and so numerous as to more than cover the beautiful casket wherein he lay. A large number of teams followed the hearse to the cemetery where many friends were waiting. The grave had been beautifully lined with flowers and leaves by loving friends.
|death||Harter, John||Stimson's Crossing - Mr. Thomas Henneburg, Miss Carrie Taylor, also Miss Ethel Elzey came up from Everett Thursday to attend the funeral services of their friend John Harter.|
|death||Harter, John||Stimson's Crossing - Mrs. Grey and other friends from Edgecomb attended the funeral services|
|fire||Dexter mill||The Dexter mill caused another little fire within a week when a spark lodged on the Marysville hotel block last Saturday afternoon about 4 o'clock. The fire was put out before the department arrived.|
|fire||Tulalip||The Week in Tulalip - We hear that a damaging fire got started in the neighborhood of Judge Norbert Hillaire and caused considerable damage. Also a fire broke out in some manner at Priest Point, but was put out before any serious damage occurred. All on the reservation have been cautioned about carelessness and doing anything that might caused loss or disaster from fire.|
|marriage|| Comeford, Thomas Francis |
Olney, Marcella Mae
| Comford-Olney Wedding |
The home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Olney was the scene of a pretty wedding last Wednesday morning when their daughter, Marcella Mae, was married to Thomas Francis Comeford. Rev. Father Gard performed the ceremony. Only members of the family and near relatives were present. The house was beautifully decorated with goldenrod. Immediately following the wedding ceremony all repaired to the dining room where the wedding collation was served. Mr. and Mrs. Comeford have a wide circle of friends here, both having been residents of Marysville for a good many years, who wish them a long and happy wedded life. The bride and groom left in an automobile for a tour of Snohomish county after which they visited in Vancouver, B. C. After their return to Marysville they will reside on Fourth street, west of Beech.
|marriage|| Kline, Elsie |
| Klein-Bauer Wedding |
Mr. John Bauer and Mrs. Elsie Kline were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Plont, last Monday evening at five o'clock, Rev. H. G. Ward performing the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Bauer took the evening train for a short stay in British Columbia.
|Move||Downie, Jennette||The Week in Tulalip - Miss Jennette Downie who has been seamstress at the school for the past six months will resign from the position Saturday and return to her home in Minnesota. The school will regret this decision of Miss Downie as she has been handling her part of the school work in a very satisfactory manner, and the children were all doing well under her guidance.|
|move||Healy, N. C.||Social and Personal Items - After a residence of twenty-five years in Marysville, Mr. N. C. Healy, with his family, last Tuesday moved to Seattle. Mr. Healy will, of course, often be seen on our streets, because he still has business interests that demand his presence here occasionally. The family will reside at 713 Sixteenth avenue north.|
|move||Olney, C. E.||Mr. C. E. Olney left today for Des Moines IA, where he goes to take part in a reunion of the old company to which he belonged in the Civil War. Mr. Olney expects to be gone ten or fifteen days.|
|of interest|| Don't Neglect to Register |
Voters must register in order to vote at primaries. Republican voters should, therefore, not fail to register before Saturday of next week.
|of interest||McDonald, Marshal||Social and Personal Items - Marshal McDonald has been granted ten days leave of absence which he is spending camping. Thomas Evans has been sworn in as marshal in Mr. McDonald's absence.|
Card of Thanks
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|crime, chicken thieves||Stimson's Crossing - Chicken thieves are abroad in this vicinity. Woe to them if they are caught.|
|death||McInnis, Joseph|| Card of Thanks |
We hereby desire to express our heartfelt thanks to the kind friends and neighbors whose sympathy was so freely given us in the loss of our late son and brother, J. D. McInnis.
D. McInnis and Family
|death||McInns, Joseph|| Death of Joseph McInnis |
Joseph D. McInnis, a son of Dougal McInnis of this place, died Saturday evening at the home of his parents and was buried Monday morning in the Catholic cemetery, the funeral being held from the Catholic church. Mr. McInnis, who was a young man, 27 years of age, arrived from Boston only ten days ago in the hope that his coming out here might stay the ravages of the disease with which he was afflicted.
|marriage|| Fowler, Dexter, N. |
| Fowler-Clough Nuptials |
Dexter N. Fowler of Marysville and Mrs. Matilda Clough of Seattle were married by Justice of the Peace R. W. Barge, in the latter's office last night. Mr. and Mrs. Fowler will reside north of Marysville.
|move||Dermody, Mrs.||Social and Personal Items - Mrs. Dermody leaves next Monday for Arlington, having been engaged to teach one of the Arlington schools during the next year. Mrs. Dermody will probably move her family to Arlington in the near future.|
|move||Wood, W. J.||Social and Personal Items - W. J. Wood and family left this week for Brewster, where they have taken a claim, and on which they will live for some time at least. While expressing regret at leaving Marysville, they anticipate a pleasant time in their new home. Before leaving Mrs. Wood sold all her paintings, one order coming from east of the mountains.|
|of interest||Tripp, C. S.|| Ignorant and Insinuating Tongues at Work |
Clearly with the object of injuring the candidacy of Professor C. S. Tripp for the position of county superintendent, rumors of unfitness have been started, and suggestions made that there are others seeking the position, more competent than he. Mr. Tripp is a college graduate, has in addition taken the degree of Master of Arts, and has made a specialty of subjects and work which pertain to the teachers. He has been successful in his work as a teacher both here and elsewhere. Without intending in any way to discount the ability of any other party seeking this particular office, we believe that there are few aspirants anywhere better equipped for the position sought than he.
|Tulalip||The Week in Tulalip - The Tulalip Training School will begin the school work of the year next Saturday, 1 Sep (1906) continuing for ten months. It is expected that nearly 150 pupils will be accommodated and those entering first will be the ones who will get a place as those coming late will have difficulty to find a place.|