MARYSVILLE GLOBE
The Official Newspaper for
Marysville WA

April 1906

Volume 15 Number 10 Friday, 6 April 1906
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

Condensed County News
Stimson Telephone Line Completed
Mrs. Templer's Lecture
Some Real Estate Transactions of the Week
City Council
The Band is Organized
Photograph Gallery Sold
Honorary Meeting of the "Y's"
News of the Clubs
Book Club Elects Officers
Five Department Puts Out Two Fires
Plans of Smith & Asbery Block
Round About News Item

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident, logging Beaman, Lester Lester Beaman received a bad gash in his head the other day by falling on a snag.
accident, mill Eldner, Morris Condensed County News - Morris Eldner was awarded an $5,350 damages last Wednesday for injuries sustained in the Three Lakes Lumber Company's mill. The suit was for $10,000.
accident, mill Noviski, Anton Condensed County News - Anton Noviski, a swamper in the employ of Wood A. Iverson of Snohomish has filed a suit for personal injuries amounting to $a5,420.
crime City Council - The Police Justice report for March was read and placed on file. It showed that a total of $123.50 had been collected during the month in fines.
crime, fishing Condensed County News - The dynamiting of fish is reported from Index, and the sportsmen are up in arms against the criminals.
crime, murder Berger
- Stewart
Condensed County News - Berger and Stewart, the men found guilty of killing a trackwalker by the name of Burns near Index last winter, have been sentenced to life imprisonment.
death Dony, Wm The week in Tulalip - Wm. Dony, who has been sick for some time, died last Monday and was buried Wednesday forenoon at the Tulalip cemetery. He hear also that Eugene Joseph had lost his youngest child who was also buried Wednesday.
death Jules, Cecelia The week in Tulalip - Little Cecelia Jules, daughter of Charles Jules, died last Monday night and was buried in the cemetery at Tulalip last Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. from the church. Cecelia was a pupil last year and the school, out of respect to her and her sisters and parents, attended in a body the funeral services.
death Sullivan, George The funeral of George Sullivan, whose death was reported last week, took place from the home of his parents Saturday forenoon. Death was not due to an accident, as was concluded from the first dispatches that reached Marysville.
death, mill Durham, Fred Condensed County News - Fred Durham, a sawyer, was killed Wednesday morning near the camp of the Port Susan Logging Company. Nothing is known of his relatives. He was about 43 years old.
death, suicide Millican, W. A. Condensed County News - An old man by the name of W. A. Millican suicide in Everett Tuesday by hanging. The deceased was somewhat deranged mentally, and also suffered from ill health and dependency.
deathm mill Condensed County News - A Russian Finn was killed by the explosion of a charge of dynamite Monday evening near Pilchuck. The skid road builder of Parker-Bell camp touched off a charge when he supposed that all the men had quit work. The remains of the dead man were not discovered until Tuesday
disease typhoid School District No. 29 - Segfred Wickloff is very ill with typhoid fever.
fire Fire Department Puts out Two Fires
    The fire department was called out Tuesday afternoon about two o'clock to put out a small fire on the roof of the Marysville Steam Laundry. The fire was quickly put out and practically no damage done to the building. The fire was undoubtedly caused by sparks from the smokestack of the laundry.
    The fire department was again called out Wednesday afternoon to the same place, the roof of the laundry having again caught fire from sparks from the laundry smokestack. The blaze was quickly put out and no damage resulted. The firm has taken steps to avoid such occurrences in the future, by confining themselves to coal for fuel and putting a spark catcher on the smokestack.
fire Round About News Item - The hose team while at drill Wednesday got lost and ran into a street lamp post much to the disturbance of the street lamp.
move Kahl, J. G. The Globe is in receipt of a letter from J. G. Kahl in which he states that he and his family are again back in Goldfield IA, where he is once more at his old post as agent for the Northernwestern road. But he says that eventually some place in Washington will undoubtedly become their home. Sickness in Mr. Kahl's father's family makes it desirable that he should be located nearer the old home for the present.
of interest School District No. 29 - Bears are plentiful near Sisco. G. N. Harding took two shots at one nearby there, but a miss is a good as a mile, and Mr. Bruin is at large for some lucky nimrod.

Volume 15 Number 11 Friday, 13 April 1906
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

Condensed County News
News of the Club
Mill Working Overtime
Some Real Estate Transactions of the Week
Saunders to Build in Everett
Attorney General on the School Law
Teachers Elected
City Council
Club Gives Farwell Party
Students Piano REcital

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident, mill Smith, Albert Albert Smith, while hauling shingles from the Smith mill, last week, caught his left foot on a nail while loading at the mill. Before he could get away, a truck ran over his foot lacerating it badly. It is not thought that any permanent injuries will result from the accident.
death Percival, Philomena The week in Tulalip - Mrs. Philomena Percival, wife of Edward Percival, died Tuesday night and was buried Thursday. Mr. Percival and children have the sympathy of the community.
disease Kellog Marsh Items - Mr. Lockhart's children are reported better after much sickness. The Coulson children are also sick.
disease, scarlet fever Kellog Marsh Items - The attendance at school has been very low of late, owing to scarlet fever and other aliments among the children.
fire Astel Condensed County News - A house belonging to a family by the name of Astel in Stanwood, was destroyed by fire Thursday afternoon of last week. All the contents of the house were destroyed. The loss is estimated at $900.
of interest The week in Tulalip - The Tulalip agency office made a payment amounting to nearly $1,000 this week to the Port Madison Indians as money due the individuals of the tribe for land sold to the war department for military purposes.
of interest The week in Tulalip - A bounty of ten cents per crow, killed and delivered, was an inducement for the gardener and his boys to kill a few crows this week. The crows are getting so shy now that it takes twenty-five cents worth of ammunation to kill a ten cent crow.
railroad Dynamite in Railroad Warfare
    One of the newest tacktics employed in rival railroads in preventing construction of lines on disputed ground was resorted to the other day by crews of the Harriman and Hill railroad system near Portland. To stop the Harriman forces from finishing the work they had undertaken, the Hill crew tossed dynamite sticks, to which were attached burning fuses, down among the workmen. Several times the engineers picked up the sticks and extinguished the fuses. Finally the fuses were made so short that the risk was too great to pick them up and the men had to retreat.
    Such is the account given to the dispatches. How long will men be fools enough to try to maim and kill each other on account of the spite their employers may have against each other? Are they dogs to be sicked on each other my their masters? If Hill and Harriman, or any other employers of labor, have a grudge against each other, let them personally suffer the consequences. You, men, are brethren
school An Illegal Practice Our attention has been called to an unlawful habit some Marysville parents have, of sending children to the drugstores to buy intoxicants and poisons without a written order. The druggists have no right under the law to comply with such a request, and they would rather not be called upon to fill orders that way. If anything of that kind is wanted, and a child must be sent for it, - a bad and dangerous thing in itself - let the parents comply with the law, and send a written order with the child.

Volume 15 Number 12 Friday, 20 April 1906
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

Round About News Items
Condensed County News
San Francisco Earthquake
New Insurance Rate Book
Rebekahs Give Farewell Party
Quicker Time to Everett
New Trolley Project
Bank Block is Extended
Some Real Estate Transactions of the Week
Alleys and Premises Mus Be Cleaned
Round About News Items

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
death Bagley, Daniel The week in Tulalip - Little Daniel Bagley, son of William Bagley, died at his home last Monday night and was buried Wednesday. Daniel was formerly a school boy and was well liked by all who knew him.
disease, la grippe Cummings, J. H. The week in Tulalip - J. H. Cummings has been sick for the past few days with the la grippe with which complaint several others at Tulalip are suffering.
move Allen, A. J. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Allen left yesterday for South Bend in this state, where they will make their future home. Mr. Allen went to Prosser and other places in the state, but found South Bend most to his liking. It is Mr. Allen's intention to engage in the practice of law in his new location. Many friends will wish Mr. and Mrs. Allen success in their new home.
of interest W. C.T.U. Notes - One hundred and fifty boys were recently examined in Chicago as to their physical qualifications for positions on the various high school athletic teams and only nineteen of the boys examined were not smokers. In a preliminary examination for West Point, in Pittsfield, Mass. one-fourth of the candidates were rejected on account of the same habit. Would our western boys make any better showing?

Volume 15 Number 13 Friday, 27 April 1906
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

Some Real Estate Transactions of the Week
Condensed County News
Round About News Items
Weekly Weather Bulletin
Marysville Machine Shop & Foundry
G. N. Depot May be Moved
Sewers Now Planned
Marysville Aids Earthquake Suffers
Smith & Asbery Contract Lot

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident, logging Hendricks, Gus
- Ekholm, Eric
Gus Hendricks and Eric Ekholm were seriously though it is thought not fatally injured at Bryant last Tuesday, by the explosion of a donkey engine at Stimson's logging camp.
accident, mill Mathews, Irving Social and Personal Items - Irving Mathews formerly of this place but now living at Litell, has been laid up a couple of weeks through an injury to one of his knees while hook tending. He is now back at his work.
crime Mergens, M. J. Social and Personal Items - M. J. Mergens, late station agent of the Great Northern at this point, was sentenced Tuesday to one year in the penitentiary on the charge of embezzling company funds here.
crime, theft Chicago Clothing The Chicago Clothing store of Monroe was entered by burglars Tuesday night and $400 worth of goods stolen. The burglars escaped.
death, logging Cox, George W. George W. Cox, a logger in Buck's camp east of Monroe, was killed last week by a falling tree. He was buried in Snohomish last Sunday. The deceased leaves a wife and three children, who reside between Snohomish and Lowell
disease, la grippe The week in Tulalip - The epidemic of "la grippe" has not not abated and a number of boys and girls and employees are still suffering from that complaint.
of interest Park, Mr. Round About News Items - Mr. Park shot and killed a good sized bear last Tuesday on the Sanders ranch near Sisco.


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