Volume 15 Number 6 Friday, 9 February 1906
Brick Block to go Up
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|accident, home||Hovig, Mrs. Andrew||School District No. 29 - Mrs. Andrew Hovig of Carston, formerly of this place, received a painful injury last week by stepping on a nail in a board, the nail going through her foot.|
|birth||Davison, baby girl||Stimson's Crossing News - Born. Monday 5 Mar to Mr. and Mrs. Davison, a girl. Mr. Davison resides at Kruse Spur and is a brother of Mrs. Martin of Stimson's Crossing.|
|birth||Rowley, baby||Stimson's Crossing News - A baby arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Rowley about a week ago.|
|birth||Rowley, baby boy||School District No. 29 - That 2 by 9 smile on Will Rowley's face is caused by the arrival of a son at his home. Mother and son are doing well.|
|death||Crevelin, Mrs||Social and Personal Items - C. T. Conrad received the sad news last week of the death of his sister, Mrs. Creveling, of North Dakota.|
|death, logging||Connell, A. M.||Condensed County News - A. M. Connell, an employee of the Wallace Lumber Company, near startup was killed last Monday by a falling tree.|
|disease, scarlet fever||School News - A great many pupils have been kept from school on account of scarlet fever. It is hoped that the attendance will be increased after vacation.|
|fire|| Annabelle, Charles |
- McAllister, William
|A fire in the confectionery store of Charles Annabelle and the bicycle shop and racket store of William McAllister of Mt. Vernon, last Wednesday, did damage to the extent of $2,000|
|fire||Persall Hotel||Condensed County News - The fire in Monroe reported last week was a misstatement of fact so far as the Persall Hotel was concerned. The fire took place, but it was in another building.|
|fire||White House Cafe||Condensed County News - A fire occurred in the White House Cafe at Arlington, Tuesday morning of last week. The prompt response of the fire department kept the fire confined to the kitchen. The losses to the furnishings of the place were adjusted at $421.|
|fire||Condensed County News - Arlington has become aroused on the subject of a night watchman. Recent fires in the town was the cause. At a public mass meeting held last week the council was asked to exchange the duties of the present police officer to that of a night watchman.|
|fire||State News in Brief - A quarrel over a tip given a colored waiter in hotel Washington, Seattle, by a member of the Chinese commission on a visit to this country, resulted in a stabbing affray which cost one man his life.|
|school||School News - The report of attendance in the Marysville public schools for February shows that there was a total of 346 pupils taught during the month, of whom 166 were boys and 180 girls. The total number of days taught was 6314.5 2ith222.5 days absences. There were ten cases of tardiness. The percentage of attendance was 99.75 per cent, and the percentage of punctuality 99.84. Room no. 5 received the flag with a percentage of 99.19 per cent. Room no. 2 won a quarter holiday.|
|train||Harter, animal||Stimson's Crossing News - Two head of cattle owned by Mr. Harter, were killed by the G. N. passenger train, Wednesday evening.|
|crime|| Lawless Destruction of Song Birds |
Wanton and lawless destruction of song birds is going on in Marysville and surroundings. Sling shots and air guns in the hands of boys is the cause. The persons doing it can get no benefit out of its whatever except to satisfy a cruel desire to kill.
We call attention to this matter for the reason, that this thing must be stopped. It is contrary to the city ordinances, and the game warden will be notified of killing going on outside of Marysville. All friends of song birds will please note down the names of boys or others who are seen killing birds.
|death||Sayre, Gwendolyn||In Memoriam Gwendolyn Sayre, infant daughter of Neighbor Mrs. T. D. Sayre of White Dove Circle No 518, Women of Woodcraft. Whereas, the Supreme Ruler in his infinite wisdom has seen fit to remove from this earthly forest our esteemed neighbor's daughter, Gwendolyn: Resolved, that we, the members of White Dove Circle do hereby extend our heartfelt sympathy in this her hour of grief. Fraternally submitted in Love Honor and Remembrance. Catharine Thorsen, Georgia Baker, Cora Chartier, Committee|
|disease||Allen, George||The week in Tulalip - Mr. George Allen obtained a leave of absence for 30 days and returned to his home in Marysville where he hopes to improve his health as he has been sick for several weeks and was not improving on his return to work.|
|disease||Thomas, May||The week in Tulalip - Miss May Thomas was compelled to give up her work as club cook and housekeeper last week on account of sickness. Emma Fredericton who had been temporarily filling the position of teacher has accepted the position left vacant by Miss Thomas.|
|fire|| Annoble, Charles |
- McAllister, William
|A fire in the confectionery store of Charles Annoble and the bicycle shop and racket store of William McAllister of Mt. Vernon, last Wednesday, did damage to the extent of $2,000.|
|fire||The Swedish M.E. Church of Everett was inured to the extent of $250 in a fire Tuesday morning which is supposed to have started from defective electrical wiring.|
|fires|| Swanson, Louis |
- Morgan, Mrs.
- Rowley, James
| THREE FIRES IN AN HOUR |
Sparks set Fire to Three Houses Last Tuesday - Quickly Put out with Little Damage
Three blazes within one hour is probably the record for fires in Marysville, and this happened this week. Last Tuesday forenoon about eleven o'clock fire was discovered on the roof of Mrs. Morgan's building on Front street, directly west of W. S. Guy's livery barn. The quick response of the fire department checked the fire so that practically no damage was caused to the building and very little to the contents, the only damage to them being a little wetting to some of the articles upstairs. The house is occupied by James Rowley.
Within an hour another alarm was turned in, and this time there was a blaze on the roof of Louis Swanson's billiard hall, the second within two weeks. The fire was quickly put out.
Before the fire department had left the premises a blaze was discovered on the roof of the building formerly occupied by the Eagle Bar, which was quickly extinguished.
There was no damage worth mentioning in any of the cases. The first was probably caused by a defective chimney or sparks from the chimney falling on the moss covered roof. In the last two cases the cause was probably sparks from the mill across the street.
|move||Hilde, Mr.||Stimson's Crossing News - Mr. Hilde expects to move his family out here from Iowa some time this month.|
|railroad||The Snohomish Valley Railway has sold it $2,000,000 bond issue, and the contract has been let for the construction of the road. It will be 71 miles long. The road starts at Everett and takes in Snohomish, Monroe, Issaquah and other points, connecting with the Renton & Southern Electric Interurban line at Renton for Seattle. The company expects to have its line ready within a year.|
Annual Meeting of Imperial Mining Co.
|accident||Templeton, Mrs.||Mr. and Mrs. Templeton went to Seattle Monday. Mrs. Templeton had a very painful eye from which a piece of metal was removed that had lodged there several months ago when taking up a carpet. A doctor took out one piece at the time, supposing that to be all that was in it.|
|death||James, Anthony||The school was shocked and saddened by the announcement last Friday morning of the death of Anthony James, a pupil, who died suddenly Friday morning of heart disease. The funeral took place the following Sunday.|
|death||Mather, A. R.||Condensed County News - A. R. Mather, an Arlington ball player imported from Seattle, fell from a third story window of a hotel and sustained injuries from which he later died. The decreased was about 30 years old.|
|disease||Henry, Andrew||Andrew Henry, nightwatch at the school, who has been sick for two weeks with pneumonia, is slowly recovering. Mr. Cummings has been performing the duties of nightwatch during his absence from duty.|
|fire||Northwood||Northwood, a little town near Lynden, was destroyed by forest fires last Sunday. Thirty families were made homeless.|
|move||Perkins, C. R.||C. R. Perkins and family will move to Brewster in this state, in a week or so. Mr. Perkins will go into ranching to his new location.|
|moved||Hoyt, T. N.||Social and Personal Items - Mr. T. N. Hoyt, who formerly conducted the restaurant now operated by Mr. Black, was in town Wednesday. He has just returned from California, finding the Puget Sound country much more to his liking. Mr. Hoyt was negotiating for the purchase of a restaurant in Everett, expecting to close the deal last Wednesday.|
|of interest|| Sunday Closing |
Shall the stores be open in Marysville on Sundays? We believe that this question was definitely decided some time past, and the merchants then agreed to close their places of business on that day. Everybody ought to have a day in the week all to himself, the storekeeper with the rest.
A little observation will convince any one that goods are being sold Sundays. This is a matter in which all ought to act together. It is not fair to expect anybody to close up that day if some are selling goods and perhaps thus drawing customers from some other merchants.
We are confident that the people of this community wish to have Sunday observed by the storekeepers. Groceries won't spoil so quickly but what they can be purchased on Saturday. Why not ask your merchant about this thing and ask him to cooperate with the rest in bringing all into line for the observance of Sunday.
|school|| Truant Officer to the Parents |
To the parents of the school children of Marysville and whomsoever it may concern: Your humble servant would say in regard to the duties as truant officer that it often becomes necessary to inform one of his or her duty. Having visited a good many homes in the past few months, and having heard all manner of excuses in regard to sending the child to school, would say that it is very well as far as it goes: but what I wish to impress on your minds is, that it is not necessary to inform me what I should do, what the school should do, what the directors should do, what the Town Council should do, and in fact, what the town in general should do. What I wish in performing my duty is to receive the same courtesy from the parent as I have endeavored to give. Your Humble Servant. S. P. Mapes.
Allen Store to Change Hands
|accident, mill||Archie, George||George Archie met with an accident last Tuesday while knot-sawing in the Smith mill which cost him the ends of three fingers on the left hand.|
|accident, mill||Kilby, John||John Kilby Loses a Finger John Kilby met with a painful accident this morning while working at the cut-off saw in Marysville Shingle Mill, No. 2 by which the big finger on the left hand was so badly torn that it had to be amputated. The other fingers were saved. Dr. Sayre attended the case. `|
|crime, gambling||Page, Clarence||Clarence Page of Seattle was fined $20 and costs in Snohomish for maintaining slot machines in that city.|
|death||Anderson, Fred||Fred Anderson, a miner at Granite Falls, died in Everett Wednesday from injuries received 9 Mar (1906). The deceased left a wife and three children|
|death||Jules, Cecelia||The week in Tulalip - Little Cecelia Jules, who has been sick for some time, is not expected to live, her death is hourly expected and her sisters have gone home from school to be at her bedside.|
|death||Sullivan||GEO. SULLIVAN MEETS DEATH - Is Killed Working in the Woods of British Columbia - Funeral in Marysville The sad news arrived here Wednesday that George Sullivan, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan, died at the Rockford hospital in Vancouver, B.C. Wednesday morning. Death was due to an accident. When last heard from the young man was head faller in a logging camp in British Columbia. The deceased was twenty-three years old at the time of his death. Harmon Sullivan went at once to Vancouver upon receiving the news to bring the body to Marysville. It was to arrive here this afternoon. As yet no definite arrangements have been made for the funeral.|
|death||Watkins, W. J.||Social and Personal Items - The funeral of W. J. Watkins, a rancher living on the Marsh road, was held last Sunday, in the presence of many friends from surrounding towns. Mr. Watkins died from injuries received week before last, when he was attacked by a maddened bull.|
|death||Wolfe, Mrs. J. M.||Mrs. J. M. Wolfe Dies Mrs. J. M. Wolfe, daughter of Mrs. McClelland and sister of Mrs. C. Murphy, died at her home in Seattle last Saturday afternoon. Death was due to an apoplectic stroke. Mrs. McClelland and Mrs. Murphy took the train for Seattle Saturday morning in response to a telephone call and arrived before the death. The funeral was held from Butterworth's undertaking parlors Tuesday afternoon, and was in charge of the Daughters of Rebekah and Odd Fellows. Mrs. Wolfe was the mother of Ed. Shadbolt and Will De Silva.|
|death, suicide||Shinkly, J. P.||J. P. Shinkly, Great Northern station agent at Darrington, committed suicide last Wednesday by shooting, after making a very careful arrangements for the deed, and leaving several directions about his accounts, his body, etc. No reason was given for the deed. A wife and son are living in Kansas. The deceased was about 35 years old.|
|fire||Seymour, Robert||A Fire Saturday morning destroyed the home of Robert Seymour 3229 Pine St. Everett. The loss was $1,000 with $700 insurance.|