Marysville Globe
Marysville Washington

September 1912

Volume 21 Number 31 Friday, September 6, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
Local Option Petition In
Grange Meeting
Guy C. Alston
Something Doing Among the Farmers
Paddy Welch Gets Fired?
Deputy Smith Is Criticized
Labor Day Celebration
Hunter - Hill
$25.00 Reward

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
death Whinfield, George C.
Notice of Settlement of Final Account.
marriage Hunter, Nellie

Hill, Herbert
Hunter - Hill
Miss Nellie Hunter and Mr. Herbert Hill were married on Thursday Sep. 5, Rev. Randall of Everett officiating. Both the young people are well known here, Miss Hunter having been book keeper at the Co-Operative Store for the past two years. Herb is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hill of this city, and is an industrious young man and a first class musician. A host of friends, including the Globe unite in wishing them "much joy."

Volume 21 Number 32 Friday, September 13, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

Missing Newspaper

Volume21 Number 33 Friday, September 20, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

Missing Newspaper

Volume21 Number34 Friday, September 27, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
W.C.T.U. Lecturer Coming
Obituary - Stahl
Card of thanks
The Canal and the Pacific Coast
Smokestackers Beat Marysville in Twelfth
Local Option Struggle is Near
Notice of Settlement of Final Account
Afflick - Sprague
School of Expression
Marysville Has A New Lawyer

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident - child Smith, Harold
Local and Personal - Harold Smith, the 10 years old son of Peter Smith of North Cedar St., while practicing pole vaulting last Monday evening, fell and broke his arm just above the wrist. The fracture was one of the worst the doctors have to deal with, as the bone was forced through the flesh making an ugly wound. The little fellow showed remarkable grit and fortitude, and although the pan was intense, he said, "It don't hurt much.
city
Notice of Levy and Estimate of Public Expense for the year 1913 to be raised by taxation. Town of Marysville.
Estimate of Expense
Marshall 900.00 Clerk 300.00
Attorney #00.00
Police Judge 180.00
Health officer 34.00
Lights 1200.00
Water 710
Labor 600
Lumber 200.00
Fire Dept. 50.00
Election Officers 50.00
Printing 75
Supplies 350.00
Teaming 100.00
Wood 15.00
St. Improvements 1000.00
Telephone 30.00
Redeem G. T. War. 1000.00 Total 7294.00

Estimate of Income Other Than Direct Taxation
Saloon Licenses 4500.00
Opera House 60.00
Dog Tax 70.00
Fines Police Judge 100.00
Impounding Stock 10.00
Rent Warehouse 84.00
To be raised by Taxation 2450.00 Total 7294.00

Notice is hereby given that the Town Council for the Town of Marysville WA will on Monday, the 7th day of Oct. 1912 at the hour of eight 8 o'clock PM in the Council room in the Town Hall in the Town of Marysville WA meet for the purpose of making tax levies as stated in the foregoing estimate when and where any taxpayer meb be heard for or against the proposed levy. Witness my hand and the seal of said town this 4th day September 1912.

death Stahl, Samuel M.
Obituary - Stahl
Samuel M. Stahl was born in Kossuth Co., IA 5 Apr 1877 and died in Everett WA, 20 Sep 1912 of appendicitis. He was 35 years old at the time of his death. He was a Spanish American soldier and joined the 2nd Iowa regiment 1898 and received his honorable discharge. On 5 Nov 1906 he was united in marriage to Miss Rose Conners. To this union was born two children, Dorothy Margaret Stahl aged 4 years and Joseph T. Stahl, who died 31 Dec 1911 at the age of 2 years. He leaves a widow, a little daughter, father and mother, sister Mrs. Ida I. Conrad of Seattle, brothers John R. and Lyle of Marysville; Winifield S. of Beverly WA, Benj. F. of San Francisco; Lorenzo A. of Tenino WA three brothers having gone before. Sam Stahl had been a resident of Marysville for a number of years, and was one of our most prosperous citizens. He was a shareholder and engineer of the Mutual Mill and was considered one of the best engineers in the whole country. He will be sadly missed both in his home and to the mill. Only two days before his death he was taken violently ill while at work and was taken to the Hospital in Everett for an operation. He seemed to revive the operation but gangrene set in and he died Friday at 4:15 pm. The funeral was held Sunday from the Methodist church, Rev. Paul Ashby delivering the funeral oration, paying high tribute to the fine character and esteem in which Mr. Stahl was held by his friends and fellow workmen. The remains were laid to rest in the I.O.O.F. Cemetery under the direction of Undertaker C. H. Schaefer
death Stahl, Samuel M.
Local and Personal - W. S. Stahl and wife of Beverly WA were in attendance at the funeral of his brother Sam last Sunday. The funeral was one of the largest attended in this city for a long time. Sam was a member of the Foresters and the M.W.A. and a large delegation of each lodge was in attendance at both the church and at the grave. Marysville indeed lost a good citizen
marriage Afflick, Ellen

Sprague, Frank
Afflick - Sprague
On Monday morning at the Riverside Catholic Church, in Everett occurred the marriage of Miss Ellen Afflick to Mr. Frank Sprague, both of this city, Rev. Father O'Donnell performing the ceremony. Miss Afflick was attended by her sister Grace, while Mr. Glen Welda acted as best man. Those present at the ceremony were Mrs. Grank Secrist, the Misses Belle Afflick and Josie Foster and Mr. Archie Plont. They left for Seattle and Port Townsend for a short visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Sprague will be at home to their friends near the corner of Third and State after Oct. 1. Mrs. Sprague is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Afflick and is one of our most popular young women. Frank is the youngest son of Mrs. Sprague of Port Townsend and has many friends here, having been employed in the mills here for a number of years.
of interest
Local and Personal - It seems almost incredible that a man of the business ability of James J. Hill, would allow that 2:00 pm train to go through Marysville without stopping. It wouldn't make a minute's difference in the table, and at least $5.00 worth of fares walk over to Everett every day. Figure it up for a month or a year, Jim, seems as though it would pay, although Marysville is considered only a wayside station.


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