MARYSVILLE GLOBE
The Official Newspaper for
Marysville WA

September 1906




Volume XV Number 32 - Friday, 7 September 1906
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

City Council
Concert in Baptist church
Condensed County News
Labor Day In Marysville
Late Locals
Mill spur Ready
Our Members
Registration Notice
Round About News Items
The "Y-s" Entertain
The industrial Club at Stanwood
The Week in Tulalip
Third Year of Book club

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
death Chealco, Mary The Week in Tulalip - Mary Chealco, an aged widow living on her allotment near Priest Point, was found dead in her house last Saturday. She had lived alone since her husband's death a few years ago. The opinion of county coroner Munn and Superintend Buchanan as we have heard is that the woman had met with foul play but no evidence of clues could be found as to the murderer. She was buried Monday
move Smith, Ethel Miss Ethel Smith, well known here from her previous residence in Marysville, is very sick at the home of Mrs. Eaton in Everett.
of interest   The divorces granted in King county in the course of a year were ten times more numerous than the marriages contacted during the same period. The total number of divorces was 600.
school   School News - The teachers have been assigned as follows: C. S. Tripp, Principal; Alice Carman, Assistant Principal; Jeannette Twyman, Instructor in High School; Jessie Hartsock, 8th grade; Nellie Thompson, 7th grade; Julia Wiggins, 6th grade; Anna Stejer, 5th grade; Maude Pierce, 4th grade; Grace Drake, 3rd grade; Anna Cuthbertson, 2nd grade; Caroline Scott, 1st grade.
school Kellog School News - School opened Monday with an initial attendance of about 20 more than last year. At the present there are 337 pupils enrolled. There are quite a number more to be enrolled.
school Kellog Kellog Marsh Items - School opened Monday with 18 pupils. There are more to attend soon. Minnie Anderson is the teacher this year also.
shipping U. S. Boston U. S. Cruiser Boston struck a rock near Peapod Islands in the strait of Rosario last Monday. She worked loose with the rising tide and preceded to Bellingham in sinking condition.
Tulalip McLean, William The Week in Tulalip - William McLean resigned from the police force last Monday in order that he might accompany his family to the hop fields. His successor has not yet been decided upon although there are several applicants.




Volume XV Number 33 - Friday, 14 September 1906
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

An Opportunity for the Piano buyer
Concert to Baptist Church Tonight
Condensed County News
Confectionery Store Sold
Death of Richard Tomkins
Delegates to Democratic County Convention
Good Templar District Convention
Medal Contest Program
Mrs. Matson Sells Out
Myers-Fallon Wedding
News of the Clubs
Round About News Items
School District No. 29
The Week in Tulalip

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
birth Snaps,baby boy The Week in Tulalip - Since last issue a son has arrived at the home of David Snapps and a daughter at the home of Andrew Henry
death Tompkins, Richard Death of Richard Tompkins
Richard Tompkins died last Monday morning about three o'clock from heart disease. The funeral was held from the Baptist church Tuesday afternoon under the auspices of the Masonic order of which the deceased was a member. The deceased leaves a brother, two sons and five daughters here to mourn his death.
death Tompkins, Richard Cards of Thanks - To the many friends and neighbors who showed their kindness and sympathy during the illness, death and burial of our beloved husband and father, we extend our thankfulness. Mrs. Richard Tompkins and Family
divorce Velgel, Pacotah
Velgel, Albert
Summons - Pacotah Velgel, Plaintiff vs. Albert Velgel, Defendant...secure a divorce on the ground of abandonment and failure to support ... custody of Albert Velgel, minor child
marriage Fallon, Lavine Lucy
Myers, Duane Clarence
Myers-Fallon Wedding
Married at Seattle, Miss Lavine Lucy Fallon of Seattle and Mr. Duane Clarence Myers of this place, Monday, 3 Sep (1906). Mrs. Myers will be remembered as one of the popular teachers in the Marysville public schools three years ago. The groom is one of our rising hardware dealers and is held in high esteem by all who know him. After a short wedding tour the young couple returned to Marysville and will be at home to their friends, after 20 Sep (1906). Mr. and Mrs. Myers have the best wishes of the entire community for a long and happy wedded life.
of interest   Chief of Police Cleary says: "Ninety percent of the young criminals we have to deal with; follow the same road that leads inevitably to crime and prison - idleness, cigarettes, dime novels, gambling and drink.
on interest   General statistics of school work show that only six out of every hundred cigarette smokers pass the second year of the high school, while ninety-five out of every hundred non-smoking boys acquire a good education.
Tulalip police The Week in Tulalip - Jim Snoqualmie has been appointed as a policeman for Tulalip Agency to take the place left vacant by Will McLean




Volume XV Number 34 Friday, 21 September 1906
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

An Opportunity for the Piano Buyer
Big Sturgeon Caught
Chicken Pie Supper
Civic Improvement to be Discussed
Condensed County News
County Fair Finances
Democratic County Convention
Gehlhaar Sells Out
Helen Schumacher Wins Medal
Improvement in Great Northern Depot
New Partner in Machine Shop
Platform
Round About News Items
The Edgren Concert
The New Jewelry Store.
The Week in Tulalip
To the Voters of the Thirty-Ninth Senatorial District

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident Henry, Andrew The Week in Tulalip - On last Thursday, while splitting wood, Andrew Henry struck his hand with the axe which resulted in severing the forefinger of his left hand at the knuckle joint. The finger was sewed back on in the faint hope that union might take place.
marriage Myers, D. C. Social and Personal Items - About fifty guests were present at the reception given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Turner, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Myers, on last Saturday evening. the young couple is now at home on Beech street.
move Lane, Ralph Stimson's Crossing - Ralph Lane went to Seattle last Monday where he will work with his father and brother. His many friends wish him prosperity.
Tulalip school Hawk, Mr. The Week in Tulalip - Mr. Hawk of Potlatch WA brought three of his children to Tulalip last Wednesday to attend school. Mr. Hawk is a relative of William Shelton.




Volume XV Number 35 - Friday, 28 September 1906
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

Brooks-Hagen Firm Dissolved Columbia Street Work Moving
Condensed County News
Democratic State Convention
Five Mill Tax Levy
Late Locals
Mr. Blair to Build
News of the Clubs
Norumtown Locals
Registration Notice
Round About News Items
Some Real Estate Transactions of the Week
Stimson's Crossing News
The Week in Tulalip
To Marysville Policy Holders of the Fireman's Fund Insurance Co.

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident - logging Anderson, Hugo Stimson's Crossing News - Mr. Hugo Anderson sustained quite a severe injury to one of his shoulders last Friday night. While cleaning an engine for Stimson Logging company at Bryant his foot slipped and he fell, striking his shoulder on a flat car. He will be laid up for a few weeks.
death Valencia Memorial services were held in Seattle last Sunday over thirteen bodies, victims of the Valencia disaster, which had been exhumed from the beach where they had been buried. The exercises were held under the auspices of the Building Trades Assembly, and various prominent men participated in the exercises.
death Wallace, James Condensed County News - James Wallace of Monroe was shot by Marshal Moore of that town last Sunday for driving his horses too fast through the streets. The officer called to him to stop, and when he failed to do so he fired. The victim of the shooting was taken to the Everett hospital. Mr. Moore was a resident of Marysville for a short time some years ago.
move Crain, Frank Social and Personal Items - Frank Crain returned Monday from Kansas after an absence of a year and a half. He says Marysville is good enough for him.
visit Malson, Mr. Social and Personal Items - Mr. Malson, the young man who succeeded Mr. Morrison as station agent, returned to Marysville from Aberdeen, SD last week for a visit with his sister, Mrs. Black. Mr. Malson has been in ill health for some time but is feeling better at present.





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