MARYSVILLE GLOBE
The Official Newspaper for
Marysville WA

May 1906




Volume 15 Number 10 Friday, 4 May 1906
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

Building and Sales Active
City Council
Condensed County News
Farmers Institute at Marysville May 11
Imperial to Begin Ore Shipments
Ray Cross Injures a Foot
Round About News Items
Ten Dollar Award
Unique Entertainment
Weekly Examiner Subscribers
Weekly Weather Bulletin

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident, mill Cross, Ray Ray Cross Injures a Foot Ray Cross, a young man whose home is in Arlington and who has been employed in the big mill a short time, met with a painful accident last Friday, which will leave him with a stiff foot the rest of his life. Mr. Cross jumped through the shingle chute leading from the double block, and when he came to the bottom, his foot slipped, coming in contact with a knot saw, with the result that he received a bad wound on the calf of his right leg, and had the bones of his instep cut in tow. Dr. Munn dressed the wounds, and then sent the injured man to Providence hospital in Everett, where he is now staying.
accident, school Richter, Mr. Mr. Richter, engineer, burned his left eye quite badly Thursday morning from a flying chip of iron.
animal Turner, Mr. Ten Dollars Reward offered to any one giving information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the party or parties who injured my Cochin rooster - A. S. turner
crime, runaway Templeton, Roy Kellog Marsh Items - Roy Templeton, the twelve year old son of George Templeton, left his home here last Sunday and his were-abouts were unknown until a telephone message came from Monroe stating that the boy was stopping with his uncle and aunt at the county farm.
death Stubbs, Lillian The week in Tulalip - Miss Lillian Stubbs, assistant teacher left for her home in Wichita KS last Saturday in response to a telegram announcing the serious illness of her father.
disease, scarlet fever Kellog Marsh Items - The scarlet fever is disappearing and no one is sorry about it. There are no new cases at present and the attendance at school is going up again in consequence.
divorce Connelly, Martha Ellen
- Connelly, Sims
Martha Ellen Connelly Plaintiff vs. Sims Connelly. .. grounds drunkeness (sic), non-support and cruel treatment.
of interest Plont,
- O'Dell
Social and Personal Items - Plont & O'Dell have disolved their partnership, but both will continue in the dray business, only working separately.
of interest Social and Personal Items - Found - Purse containing money on the county road one-half mile north of the cemetery. Owner can have same for paying for ad and proving property. - Mr. N. E. Mogie
school The boys are clearing ground to enlarge the athletic field and are doing good work in that line. Money was raised by subscription to buy dynamite to blow out stumps and on Wednesday evening several large stumps were jarred.




Volume 15 Number 11 Friday, 11 May 1906
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

Another Brace of Fires
City Council
Condensed County News
Enforcing the Stock Ordinance
Increase and Decrease of Drunkenness
Late Locals
Marysville Hotel Nearly Finished
Meeting of the Industrial Club at Arlington
New Mill Starts Up
Round About News Items
Second Number
The Farmers' Institute

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident Stingley, W. F. Condensed County News - W. F. Stingley, until recently a prosecuting attorney in Everett lost his eyesight in the recent San Francisco earthquake.
birth Baker, daughter Social and Personal Items - Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Phil Baker, 29 Apr (1906) a five pound girl. Mother and babe doing well.
crime, Adams, George E. George E. Adams, former cashier of the United States assay office at Seattle, has been indicted in 153 counts by the grand jury. The total of his defalcations is placed at $45,056.
death Randall, son The three year old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Randall died yesterday forenoon at 11 o'clock. The funeral was held today from the house.
death, logging Jork, Andrew H. Condensed County News - Andrew H. Jork, an employe of the Cherry Valley Logging Company, was struck last Saturday for a cable and killed. The deceased was about sixty years old.
divorce Solan, Jennie
- Solan, Robert
Jennie Solan, Plaintiff vs. Robert Solan, Defendant
fire School District No. 29 - Arlington had quite a scare caused by a brush fire which threatened to wipe out the town last Tuesday. The fire laddies did good work and checked the fire before serious damage was done.
fire Another Brace of Fires Marysville was visited by two ... fires last Friday evening. The come in couples nowaday. Shortly after six o'clock in the evening the department was called to the residence of D. J. Noonan. Before the men arrived, however, the fire, which was caused by a defective chimney, had been put out. In a very few minutes the alarm was again sounded. This time electric wires in the Bertois building caused a fire which produced a great amount of smoke, but was also put out before the department arrived, although the response was quick.
fire Condensed County News - The mining town of Berlin in King county, a few miles south of the Snohomish county boundary line, was destroyed Wednesday afternoon by forest fires. Various fires have been started in this county on account of the dry spell, but no serious damage is reported.
fire The Arlington dock in Seattle was destroyed by fire last Monday morning, causing a total loss of $184,000. The loss in supplies belonging to the United States signal corps. was $100,00 and to United States commissary supplies $14,000.
marriage Lomeland, Oscar The week in Tulalip - Cards were received this week announcing the marriage of Oscar Lomeland in Norway. Mr. Lomeland was temporary assistant clerk at Tulalip for six months.
school Richter, Fred A. The week in Tulalip - Mr. Fred A. Richer (sic) resigned as engineer at the school last Sunday and left for Everett, accompanied by Mrs. Richter, on Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Richter had many friends at Tulalip who regretted to see them go. They will remain in Everett a few days before going to their home in Salem OR.




Volume 15 Number 12 Friday, 18 May 1906
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

A Good "Benefit" Program
Cause of the Bertois Fire
City Council
Condensed County News
Homes For Bob White Quail
Hugh Allen to Build
Last Number
Late Locals
Mowitch Sam Dies
Round About News Items
School Year is Ended
Some Real Estate Transactions of the Week
$100.00

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident Cross, Ray Ray Cross, who severely injured his right foot some time ago, is out of the hospital, and able to move about with the aid of crutches.
crime, theft The Northern Pacific depot at Auburn was held up by a masked robber Thursday morning. Eleven dollars were taken from the night operator.
death Sam, Mowitch Mowitch Sam Dies
    One of the oldest inhabitants on the reservation passed away in the death of Mowitch Sam last Sunday. Nobody seems to know how to spell his first name, though it was familiar to all the older residents of the community. The meaning of Mowitch is deer. The old man was not seen very often, on the street of late, but when he did come in he invariably carried his old gun, or some other such implement.
    Sam had quite a reputation as an orator. Older residents recall one instance when his gift of oratory was put to effective use. A number of white people were planning to acquire land on the reservation along the Quil Ceda River to Priest Point. They had secured the consent of the Government and only needed the signatures of the Indians. This they seemed confident of getting and the Indians had come to town for the purpose of attending to the matter. Then it was that Mowitch's oratory frustrated the plan of the white men. His arguments with his people could be heard a long way off. When he had finished the Indians went home without signing away their lands.
    The undertaker sent out a fine coffin for the dead old man, and he was buried at Priest Point. What his age may have been at the time of his death is uncertain, but judging by certain facts and events of his life, he was probably about ninety years old at his death.
disease, measles Anderson, Jimmie Kruse Spur - Master Jimmie Anderson of Seattle is sick with the measles at the home his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Page.
fire Bertois Cause of the Bertois Fire I would like to correct the statement made in your last week's Issue of the Globe to the effect that the fire in the Bertois building was caused by electric wires. The wiring had nothing to do with the fire whatever. W. W. Glazier
fire Bertois $100.00 This is a spot cash offer to any one proving that fire has been started from any wiring I have done in Marysville. W. W. Glazier.
fire The Layton shingle mill at Fairmount on Discovery bay was destroyed by fire Thursday morning. The loss is about $3,500 without any insurance. The mill has been idle since November.
move Faulconer, W. Mr. W. Faulconer who recently sold his home in Marysville left this week for Blackfoot ID where he will engage in farming.




Volume 15 Number 13 Friday, 25 May 1906
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

Missing

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident, mill Hilton, John John Hilton had his right hand badly bruised in a saw carriage at Mill No. 2, Wednesday afternoon. A gash was cut on top of his hand, and an artery cut. The injury will probably not leave any lasting effects.
accident, mill Large, Willie Willie Large Injured at Lake Goodwin William Large met with an accident this week which may cause him the loss of one finger. He had just started working in the Lake Goodwin shingle mill. He went to the hospital at Stanwood, where the surgeon is doing his best to save the finger.
death Graff, Mary Death of Mrs. Graff Mrs. Mary Graff died at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Pelkie, on Fifth street, Thursday at 12 o'clock noon. Death was due to cancer. Mrs. Graff was born in Victoria B.C. and was 54 years old at the time of her death. She is survived by her husband, Mr. Moses Graff, and four daughters, two of whom are here one in La Conner and one in Seattle. The funeral will be held from the Catholic church Saturday morning at Eleven o'clock.
marriage Parbucki, R. J.
- Seefeld, Julia
Parbucki-Seefeld Married in Everett, Wednesday afternoon, R. J. Parbucki and Julia Seefeld, both of Marysville.
marriage Wolcott, Harry A.
- Nichols, Marion G.
Wolcott-Nichols Harry A. Wolcott and Marion G. Nichols, both of Marysville, were united in marriage 22 May (1906) at Everett, Rev William E. Randall officiating. The ceremony was performed at the pastor's home, 3007 Wetmore avenue.
move Dedlow, Herman Social and Personal Items - Mr. Herman Dedlow, a brother of Mrs. Carl Rhode, arrived last week from Atchison KS. Mr. Dedlow is a tailor and is now working in Mr. Rhode's shop
move Reynolds, Olga Social and Personal Items - Miss Olga Reynolds left for her home at Langley last Friday. Miss Reynolds will not teach here next year, having secured a position in the Langley school.





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