Marysville Globe
Marysville Washington

October 1912

Volume 21 Number 35 Friday, October 4, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

Marysville tumbles The Smokestackers
Marysville Schools On the Map
Harold Smith Will Not Lose His Arm
A "Dry" Meeting
Marysville Horse Wins at Fair
Resolutions of Condolence
Order to show cause

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accident Smith, Harold
Harold Smith Will Not Lose His Arm
the Everett papers states that Harold Smith, who was taken to Providence Hospital in that city last Monday, would have to have his arm amputated. Harold's parents say this is not true, as they are assured by the physicians there that his arm will be all right in a short time. The local doctors were criticized for the manner in which they treated the fracture, but we are reliably informed that the treatment was the same as that being administered at the hospital.
death Michaels, J. C.
Man Killed Stealing Ride
While beating a ride on the north bound Owl this morning, J. C. Michaels fell off the train at the second bridge, and was hurled to his death in Steamboat Slough. His companion, Martin Tibbits, an 18 year old boy, came on to town and aroused Marshal Geo. Allen, who went back with him, but no trace of the remains could be found. Both Parties were from Spokane and were en-route for Vancouver. Michaels was 27 years old, weighed 212 pounds and leaves a wife and child.
guardianship Barr, Ethel M.
Barr, William John
Guardianship of Ethel M. Barr and William John Barr. Minors.... guardian Rena Eken Keene
move McAllister, A.
Local and Personal - A. McAllister has sold his .. acre ranch on Kellogg Marsh to John Munson, of Stanwood and has moved his family to Seattle where his son Orville will enter Business College this fall. Mr. McAllister will spend the winter on Fairbanks AK where he has mining interests.
winner
Marysville Horse Wins at Fair
Donald McRae, Progressive Candidate for Sheriff, took his thoroughbred trotter "Zenta King" over to the Snohomish Fair last week and was awarded first prize for the finest horse. He also won the trotting race, incidentally setting a new mark for the track. Donald is justly proud of the showing made by his horse and was exhibiting the big blue ribbon to his friends here this week. Many believe that Mr. McRae will duplicate the feat of his horse at the election on Nov. 5th. Here's hoping that he does.

Volume 21 Number 36 Friday, October 11, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

Buster Brown Comes to Town
Wade's Chickens Win at Fair
An Evening of October
Progressives Visit Marysville
Order to show cause
No Saloons for Everett
Favors the Licensed Saloon

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(everyone healthy and happy and crime free.)

Volume 21 Number 37 Friday, October 18, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

Everett Expects to Stay "Dry"
Favors the Licensed Saloon
Dry Condition Farce Says Minister
Marysville Loses to Snohomish

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Type Names
Event
accident Smith, Harold
Local and Personal - who was taken to the Providence Hospital in Everett with a broken arm several weeks ago, returned home last Friday. Although several weird reports were published in certain Everett papers (purported to cast doubt upon our local doctors) the fact remains that Harold has done remarkably well considering that this was one of the worst fractures that the hospital doctors have come in contact with . The bones were jamed through the flesh and any doctor will tell you that this is the worst kind of a fracture. Everything considered. Harold is might lucky to come through with a whole arm.
accident - horse Carlson, Fritz
Local and Personal - Fritz Carlson had a close rather curious accident on Wednesday and one that might have resulted seriously. He was trimming one of his horses' tails, when the knife slipped and made a deep cut in his leg just above the knee. He finds it difficult to walk but thinks the cut will soon heal.
fire Cook, P. C.
Local and Personal - The Wambly residence, east of town, burned to the ground last Sunday evening about 7:00. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Cook, who have resided there for some time, are on an extended visit with relatives in the Middle west, and Clarence Perkins, Mrs. Cook's son, was the only occupant of the house. As there had been no fire in the stove since 2:00 pm of that day, it is mystery how the fire started. Some of the neighbors noticed the smoke and were able to save most of the household effects.
move Anderson, Alfred
Local and Personal - Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Anderson left last week for Seattle where they will make their future home. Mr. Anderson has been in the employ of the McMaster Shingle Co. here for the past few years and he and wife have made many friends to our little city.
weather
Local and Personal - Thursday afternoon about 3:30 the unusual high wind which prevailed blew the Jennings Bros. Windmill tower over. As it was but slightly damaged they immediately set to work and by nine o'clock Friday they had it again in place.

Volume 21 Number 38 Friday, October 25, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

Obituary - Lackey
Everett Spreads Pertinent Facts
Card of Thanks
Favors the Licensed Saloon
Baseball Dance November 2
Marysville Wins From Monroe
A Letter About "Bob" Hodge
Dr. W. D. Smith

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death Carmichael, Jimmie
Death of Jimmie Carmichael
The funeral of Jimmie Carmichael was held from the Methodist church on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The church was filled with friends many of whom brought the beautiful floral pieces. The sermon was preached by Rev. Ashby. Jimmie was fourteen years of age, the son of Mrs. Tallman and the grandson of Rev. and Mrs. Bushell. Out of town relatives from Bellingham, Seattle, and Portland were present. Interment was in the Odd Fellows cemetery.
death Lackey, Millie
Obituary - Lackey
Millie Lackey was born in Marilla MI, 30 Jan. 1871 and died at the hospital in Everett WA 16 Oct 1912. She experienced religion when quite young and joined the Methodist church at Marilla. She resided in Michigan until September 1902 when with her mother and brother she came to Marysville. She leaves a mother, one brother and many friends to mourn her departure from this life. She was loved and respected by all who knew her, and will be greatly missed by her friends in Marysville. The funeral was held from the Methodist church, Rev. Ashby delivering the funeral oration. The remains were laid to rest in the I.O.O.F. cemetery under the directions of Undertaker C. H. Schaefer.
letter to editor - politics Hodge, Bob
A Letter About "Bob" Hodge
Dear Sir. I have the honor of knowing "Bob" Hodge, intimately, more than 12 years. I baptized his four boys, was well acquainted with his wife and family affairs at Black Diamond and since his residence in Seattle. I want "Bob's" friends to know that whatever trouble there has been in his home affairs he was not to blame. Anyone desirous of more information of this or any other subject connected with his private life can apply to me. I believe in him. He is a manly, sober, kindly and honest citizen and well worthy the confidence and vote of all decent men and women. He has not the polish of the college graduate. Neither had the apostles whom the Pharisees of old ridiculed. But whatever office he may be elected to fill, he will do his duty to the utmost of his ability. Richard Bushell, Pastor Congregational Church, Black Diamond WA.
letter to editor - politics
How Attorney Alston Dealt with one Client
In the early summer of 1907, the firm of Hathaway & Alston recovered $5000.00 for me from E. J. McNealy Logging company as damages arising from the death of hy husband. Desiring to place s $600.00 of this at interest. I called on Guy C. Alston 29 Jul 1907 to see if he could place the loan for me. At that time the Sultan Manufacturing company, a corporation, at Sultan, seemed to be in excellent condition and its capital stock was worth one hundred cents on the dollar. The company desired to borrow the six hundred dollars and give me as security twenty-five hundred dollars worth of capital stock of the Sultan Manufacturing company. In the judgement of Mr. Alston and myself the security was at the time, and on his advise the loan was made and I received the note of $500.00 and the stock as security. Subsequently the company became insolvent and sold its plant and machinery and I called on Mr. Alston to see what he could do with the note and security. After investigation he informed me that the note was worthless and the security of no value. "But", said he, "you relied upon my judgment in this matter; while I am under no obligation to return this money, yet I feel that you should not lose it. The paper is worthless.: Mr. Alston paid me the $600.00 and I personally know that it was an absolute loss to himself. He is now a candidate for superior judge and I state above facts because I feel that the public should know that when they deal with him either on the bench or off it, they are dealing with a man whose rectitude of purpose, integrity and honesty will never be questioned by those who know him. I do not believe that one lawyer in fifty would have done as he did in this matter, especially at a time when six hundred dollars meant so much to him. I have not seen Mr. Alston for two years and I am writing this letter without any solicitation from him or his friends. Respectfully yours, Mrs. Martha K. Erickson, 1507 Rockefeller

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