Volume XV Number 19 Friday, 8 June 1906
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|accident, mill||Rushlow, Tom||Social and Personal Items - Tom Rushlow suffered the loss of his index finger on his left hand while working in the Smith mill last week.|
|accident, railroad||Reardon, Richard P.||Richard P. Reardon, a Northern Pacific yard switchman in Everett had his arms so badly mangled while at work Sunday morning that both had to be amputated.|
|death||Comeford, Maria E.||Matter of the estate Maria E. Comeford, Deceased. T. F. Comeford Administrator|
|died||Kennedy, Samuel||Samuel M. Kennedy, a well known real estate dealer in Everett, died in Providence hospital Wednesday morning. The remains will be brought to Burlington IA, for burial.|
|died|| Lundblad, Andrew|
|The County Clerk has been notified of the death or dismissal of the following patients confined in the Stellacoom insane asylum: Andrew Lundblad, confined 29 Apr 1906, discharged 30 May (1906); Herman Mae, confined 8 Jul 1904, died 11 Apr 1906; Al Truman, confined 13 Jul 1902, died 11 May (1906)|
|died||unknown, man||Dead Man Found on the Bridge A man, apparently about 65 years old was discovered dead on the Snohomish river bridge between Everett and Marysville this morning. Death was probably due to heart failure. From description of the man, he spent yesterday in Marysville, but nothing was known of him. The corpse was brought to Everett.|
|died, car||Carlson, Swan||A collision occurred in Everett last Saturday between a street car and grocery wagon driven by a man by the name of Swan Carlson. The driver died Sunday from the injuries.|
|divorce||Solan||Summons for publication - Jennie Solan, plaintiff vs. Robert Solan, Defendant...disolve bonds of matrimony... two minor children|
|move||Mrs. Overton||Mrs. Overton has sold her restaurant to Mrs. L. M. Brown who will carry on the business at the same place. Mrs. Overton left for Everett Tuesday morning intending to make her home there in the future|
|of interest||Davison, R. E.||Kruse Spur - The writer was over at R. E. Davison's strawberry patch, and on account of the large number of berries, decided to count them on one plant. It was found to contain, 195 fully developed berries.|
A New Baseball Park
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|accident, logging||Allen, Emmett||Social and Personal Items - Emmett Allen received a bad cut in his left foot last Monday, while working in the woods for R. H. Bell. No permanent injuries will result.|
|accident, mill||Allen, Emmet||Kruse Spur - Emmet Allen had the misfortune to cut his foot quite badly on Monday while working in the woods for Mr. Bell.|
|died||Eugene, Celestine||The week in Tulalip - Celestine Eugene, formerly a pupil at the school from the Lummi reservation, died Monday and was buried Tuesday. His old father and brothers have the entire sympathy of all in their bereavement.|
|died||Ladd, Frank||Estate of Frank Ladd, Deceased... Julia A. Conrad Executrix|
|died, drowned||Herman, Frank||Frank Herman, who lived with his wife on an island in the Snohomish river opposite Fiddler's bluff, was drowned Monday morning. While trying to hook on to a passing boat for a tow., his canoe swung around in such a way as to throw him into the river, where he was drowned before help could reach him. The deceased was 51 years old.|
|died, mill||Doty, F. A.|| F. A. Doty, Formerly of Marysville Killed |
F. A. Doty, superintendent of the Ballard Lumber company, and well known in Marysville, was killed at Bay View, Skagit County Monday morning while scaling logs for his company. Mr. Doty came to Marysville about 1891 as bookkeeper for the Stimson company, later becoming superintendent for the company. He was married here to Jessie Nagley, daughter of J. J. Nagley now residing at Mission.
Death resulted from being caught between two logs during the coupling of cars. The widow and a five year old son live at Bay View. The deceased was 39 years old, and a member of the local A. O. U. W. lodge. The funeral was held in Seattle last Wednesday. Members of the local lodge went to Seattle to attend the funeral.
|died, suicide||Dermody, J. A.|| Death of J. A. Dermody |
This community was startled last Tuesday to learn that J. A. Dermody, well known here for his long residence in Marysville, had ended his life Tuesday morning in the lumber camp of J. F. Angevine near Tulaco. Mr. Dermody came to Marysville a number of years ago, and was for some time bookkeeper for Healy & Sisco. About two years ago he went back to Maine and returned here last spring. Some three months ago he accepted employment with Mr. Angevine as bookkeeper, which position he held until the time of his death.
The evident cause of his death was remorse and despondency because he had yielded to the desire to drink. This is the first time since his return from the east that he had given way. In letters received from him by the family, less that a week ago, he spoke very hopefully of conditions and life.
James Albert Dermody was born at Vernon River, Prince Edward's Island, 37 years ago. Three sisters and two brothers survive him, his parents being dead. Besides Mrs.. Dermody, there are four children, two boys and two girls, left to mourn him The funeral was held from the home on Beech street Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The pastors of the Congregational and Methodist churches officiated at the funeral. Members of the Odd Fellow's lodge, of which the deceased was formerly a member, acted as pall bearers. Interment was in the Odd Fellow's cemetery.
|disease, typhoid||Maltby, George||Social and Personal Items - George Maltby is out again after a siege of typhoid fever.|
|divorce|| Vail, Alma C. |
|Alma C. Vail, Plaintiff vs. Austin Vail, Defendant Divorce.|
|fire||Big Mill||A small fire was discovered on the roof of the big mill last Monday. The alarm was sounded and quickly responded to by the fire Department, but the fire was put out before their arrival. Practically no damage was done.|
|school|| Eighth Grade Graduates |
There was a large number of successful graduates from the eighth grade in the Marysville schools than from any other schools in the county outside of Everett and Snohomish. Below is the list of those who passed the examination:
District 25, Marysville - John Allan, Claude Beaman, Adena Ellefson, Ruth Fox, Raymond Fowler, Frances Hayes, Myra Hadwin, John Healey, Lena Henderson, Hazel Mapes, Henry Myers, Dudley Matts, Hazel Nichols, Inga Nielson, Luther Perkins, Haldey Rathvon, Zelma Showers, Winnifred Schumacher, Helen Schumacher, Beryl Solomon, Ruby Tidball.
The diplomas may now be had by calling at Professor Tripp's residence on Cedar street. Those who failed in the examinations will have opportunity to try again August 16 and 17.
|school||Puget Sound Academy, a Congregational school located at Snohomish, has closed its last year of school. Inability to raise the desired endowment, and a growing deficit, compelled the authorities to close the school after twenty years of activity. The first ten years of its life it was located at Coupeville. The building used by the academy, which was formerly the Snohomish county court house, will be turned over to Snohomish for a high school building.|
A Threatrical Treat
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|born||Wade, daughter||Social and Personal Items - Born, on last Friday, to Mr. and Mrs.. Wade, a baby daughter.|
|death||Steve, Emil||The Week in Tulalip - The school and friends of Emil Steve, son of John and Amy Steve, were saddened to learn of his death last Saturday morning at his home near Tulalip. Up to a short time before his death Emil was a pupil at the school and all who knew him admired him for his gentle and manly disposition and manners. Although Emil had been troubled from birth by a weak and defective heart action yet those who knew that he might die very suddenly at any time hoped that he might live to complete his manhood. Funeral services were held from the church last Monday. A Very large number of people including the school and employees were present|
|married|| Parker, Alice |
|Stimson's Crossing News - Married at the home of the bride's parents Saturday, 16 Jun 1906, at 1 o'clock, by Justice of the Peace of Arlington, Miss Alice Parker of this place and Mr. Fred Cook of Silvana. In the evening a reception was given which about one hundred relatives and friends were present. Dancing furnished amusement. At twelve refreshments were served by the bride's mother. Many useful presents were received. Mr. and Mrs.. Cook left Sunday for a visit with relatives in Everett returning to their home in Silvana Wednesday. Their many friends join wishing them a long and happy life.|
|moved||Eiso, Mr.||Star Grocery Changes Hands - A deal which had been pending for some days was closed the end of last week whereby Mr. Herman Kiso of Everett became the new owner of the Star Grocery. Mr. Kiso is well acquainted with the business having been engaged in the grocery business in Tacoma some time ago. Mr. Kiso brings his wife and one daughter to Marysville and they will occupy the rooms above the store. Mr. Boer and family have already moved to Everett, where Mr. Boer will devote his time to music. He expects to continue his work here at the head of the Foresters' band.|
|of interest||saw mill||The Strike in Marysville - The strike of the shingle weavers which began all over the state yesterday morning, is felt somewhat in Marysville also, though not to such an extent as in some other localities. Out of the six mills making shingles at this point, only two are idle. The strike was declared only in the mills affiliated with the association, on the ground that the association is helping to fight the strikers in Ballard. The only mills in Marysville belong to the association are the Harrington and the Bertois mills, which are, therefore, idle. Probably not a third of the shingle weavers in Marysville are affected by the strike. The men claim to be well prepared to fight this thing out, and are confident of victory. 4|