Marysville Globe
Marysville Washington

FEBRUARY 1912

Volume 20 Number 52 Friday, February 3, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
Coming to Marysville Associated Doctors
Horses Killed by G. N. Train
Mrs. Smith Report on Good Roads Convention
Accident at Ebey Mill
With the Libe Stock
Notice of Pendency of Petition to Vacate Platted Property
Scotchment Celebrate Burns' Birthday
Tulalip Wins over Marysville

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident - mill Rowley, Wm.
Accident at Ebey Mill.
Friday morning a steam pipe blew up at the Ebey Mill, and Wm. Rowley, engineer, was quite badly burned about the left side arm and face. We understand that the accident was purely accidental and the cause can be laid to no one in particular, and that the mill and Mr. Rowley will soon be able to resume work.
accident - railroad Summers, William
Horses Killed by G. N. Train.
William Summers, residing near the second bridge below town on the G. N. Ry., had the misfortune to lose three fine horses last Wednesday night. the Owl train running them down killing all three. The horses were valued at $600 and it is a sad loss, but Mr. Summers expects to get some damages from the company, as the gate leading from his pasture to the tracks was undoubtedly left open by some Japs in the employ of the Ry Co. who are camped in cars near that point.
accident mill Lynen, Loren
Local and Personal - Mr. Loren Lynen got his head cut quite badly while working to the Mutual Mill one day last week.
death Rushlow, Louise
Local and Personal - Mrs. Louise Rushlow died at her home on the corner of Seventh and Columbia Street at 9:30 am Thursday Feb. 1. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 Sunday from the Catholic church.
death Shutt, R. P.
Local and Personal - Mr. R. P. Shutt killed himself lately in Tacoma. It is and will always be a poor way to settle back accounts. Many people in Marysville, who were acquainted with Mr. Shutt while he was diciplinarian and farmer in the Tulalip Indian school six years ago will be deeply grieved and pity Mrs. Shutt. Mrs. Shutt was the first matron in the Tulalip Indian school. Being the best woman in the Indian service she had a large part in the high efficiency that the Tulalip school realized right from the beginning. The sympathy of the community will go out to her.

Volume 21 Number 1 Friday, February 10, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
Granite Falls Wins From Marysville
Obituary - Rushlow
Notice of Pendency of Petition to Vacate Platted Property
Stock Holders' Annual Meeting
Grange Meeting
Card of Thanks
Stimson's Crossing
Card of Thanks
A Base Ball Meeting Called
Nelson - Dahl
Quarterly Conference at Methodist Church
From Good Roads Headquarters
Obituary - Sidney
Willard Memorial
Grand Master Visits I.O.O.F.
North Marysville
Getchell Road Item
Rebekahs Celebrate Twelfth Birthday

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident - mill Plont, Archie
Local and Personal - Archie Plont had the misfor. to get a couple of his fingers tangled up with the saw at Plont and Sauntry's mill last Friday morning. We understand he escaped without the loss of any of these useful members, although it was a close call.
accident - mill Rowley, James
Local and Personal - James Rowley, who was scalded at the Ebey Mill when the steam pipe blew up last week, is rapidly recovering and is able to be about again.
born Jennings, boy
Local and Personal - The stork visited the home of Wilbur Jennings last week and left a fine baby boy.
crime - liquor Reese, "Big Jack"
Local and Personal - "Big Jack" who was arrested a month ago for getting liquor for the Indians, was found "Not Guilty" in Judge Black's Court in Everett and is back in town again looking fine. According to Judge Black's ruling, a white man can get liquor for an Indian if the Indian gives him money and the white man exacts no toll in the transaction.
death Dewoody, Mrs. Fannie
Local and Personal - Word has just been received of the death of Mrs. Fannie Dewoody, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Nagley, of Cashmere WA formerly an old resident of this place
death Rushlow, Louise
Obituary - - Rushlow.
Louise F. Onitio was born in Wayne County, Michigan in 1850 of French parentage and died in Marysville WA 1 Feb 1912 after a very brief illness. She was united in marriage to Henry Rushlow in 1897 in her native state and they, with their family moved to Marysville in 1897, where she resided until her death. To this union were born 13 children, six of whom survive the deceased, besides her husband, Henry Rushlow. The surviving children are: Medames, A. J. McDonald and Albert Smith of this city; J. G. of Everett; Frank E. of Camano; Charles in the Isthmus of Panama; and Mrs. Alice Kucks of Centralia. The funeral was held from the Catholic Church last Sunday at 2 pm. Rev. Father O'Donnell officiating. Interment took place in the Catholic Cemetery under the direction of Undertaker C. H. Shafer.

Volume 21 Number 2 Friday, February 17, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
A Base Ball Meeting Called
Nelson - Dahl
Quarterly Conference at Methodist Church
From Good Roads Headquarters
Obituary - Sidney
Willard Memorial
Grand Master Visits I.O.O.F.
North Marysville
Getchell Road Items
Stimson's Crossing
Rebekahs Celebrate Twelfth Birthday

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident - child McFall, Clyde
Local and Personal - Clyde McFall, son of Mrs. Joseph Cassidy, who broke his leg over a year ago, is compelled to have another operation at the Providence Hospital in Everett. This will be the third operation and it seems that Clyde is certainly have his share of trouble in this world.
accident - horse Andis, Alex
North Marysville - Alex Andis of Lowell, called on friends between trains last Friday. Al has had all kinds bad luck lately. Three weeks ago he had his foot badly hurt by the horses stepping on it. Last Thursday the team ran away throwing him off the shingle load and hurting his side and foot so he can barely get around, but Al had to see how Marysville was getting on. Now if Al had said" It was a certain popular young lady with those eyes so blue that I had to see" he would have nearer the truth. Never mind Al you aren't the only one who thinks she is alright, there are others but they don't stand the chance you do.
accident - mill Linberg, Fred
Getchell Road - Fred Linberg had the misfortune to loose two fingers on the saw at the mill in Getchell last week.
born Reynolds, baby boy
Stimson's Crossing - Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reynolds are the proud parents of a boy, born Feb. 11th.
crime McDonal, Marshall
Local and Personal - Marshall McDonal took a tough looking customer over to the county jail on Thursday morning, who is suspected of being connected with a number of Skagit county hold ups.
crime Thompkins, Chas.
Local and Personal - Chas. Thompkins had an experience with couple of hobos last Tuesday evening while going home. One burly fellow walked up to him and asked him for two bits. Chas. said he was broke and the fellow to "frisk" him and Chas. promptly knocked him down. The hobo called for his partner who was hard by, and Chas. took to his heels, reaching home without further adventure.
death Collins, George
Local and Personal - Mrs. George Collins, visited a couple of days in Everett this week. While their (sic) she purchased a monument for her husband's grave. She expects to have it erected soon.
death Sidney, Charles Alexander
Obituary - Sidney.
Charles Alexander Sidney was born in Boice City ID in 1873 and died in settle on Thursday, 8 Feb 1912 of Tuberculosis of the Bronchial Tubes, being 38 years of age. At the age of 4 months he came to Washington by way of the Oregon Trail with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Sidney Sr. who settled in what is now the city of Seattle. He was preceded to the grave by his father some twenty-five years ago. He died at the family residence of his mother, Mrs. H. B. Decker, 10 Ave South, and the remains were laid to rest in the Lake View Cemetery on Sunday 11 Feb 1912. The deceased leaves two brother, George Sidney Jr. of this city, Roy Decker of Seattle and sister, Mrs. Mary R. Williams of Seattle. Mr. Sidney was one of the first settlers of Seattle, and leaves many friends and acquaintances in the city.
marriage Dahl, Emma
Nelson, Albert C.
Nelson - Dahl.
Married in Everett by Rev. Foss, of the Lutheran Church Saturday noon, February 10th, 1912, in Everett WA. Miss Emma Dahl to Mr. Albert C. Nelson, both of Marysville. Miss Dahl is our popular Milliner, having been in the business for the past six years. She is the next youngest daughter of Mr. Hans Dahl of this city. Both the contracting parties came to Marysville eight years ago from Yankton SD, having been playmates from childhood. Mr. Nelson was formerly engaged in the grocery business in Lakewood, but is now employed in one of our big mills. At the marriage ceremony Miss Dahl was supported by her sister Miss Alma Dahl, while Mr. Herman Nelson, a brother of the groom, acted as best man. Both the young people are held in high esteem in this city which is attested in the fact that a chirivari parties visited their home on Monday evening. The Globe is among many other well wishers for their future.
marriage Oliver, Charles Reynolds
Munn, Florence A.
Local and Personal - Married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pregge, of Port Townsend, Sunday Feb. 11, 2822, Mr. Charles Reynolds Oliver to Miss Florence A. Munn. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver will make their home in Port Townsend.
move O'Dell, Mr. and Mrs.
Local and Personal - Mr. and Mrs. O'Dell expect to leave Marysville soon to make their home in Oregon. We learn that they have sold their home here.

Volume 21 Number 3 Friday, February 24, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
Seniors Entertain Debating Team
a Prophet of The New Era
Ed Trainer Is Dead
Byron C. Piatt March 13
Baseball Meeting
Tulalip Wins From Marysville
A Human Dynamo

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident - train Lashua,
Martin, Ione
Stimson's Crossing - Much credit and many thanks are due the Messrs. Lashua for saving the life of little Ione Martin last Monday afternoon. One of them snatched her from the middle of the R. R. track not a moment before the 2:00 o'clock flyer passed. She was left in the house security while the mother was hanging up clothes. One of the children went in and came out leaving the door open, when little Ione went out, making her way immediately to the track in front of the house, unknown to the mother.
death Trainer, Ed
Ed Trainer Is Dead.
The community was shocked Thursday to hear of the death of Edwin S. Trainer, formerly of Marysville, but for the past six months a resident of Whidbey Island. Last summer Mr. Trainer purchased a ranch at Dugualla Bay and moved his family there and had since been improving the same. He was taken ill three weeks ago and has since grown steadily worse until his death last Thursday. He leaves a wife and six young children. The funeral will be held under the auspices of the MWA from the home of Mrs. Trainer's father, Mr. Harbinger on Sunday afternoon.
marriage Brown, May E.
Robinson, Ellsworth M.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Brown, of West Spokane WA announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, May E., to Ellsworth M. Robinson on 2 Mar 1912 at high noon. The young couple will be at home after May 1st.
move O'Dell, Wm.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm O'Dell left this week for Lebanon OR where Mr. O'Dell will engage in farming. We are sorry to lose them as they were among or best citizen

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