MARYSVILLE GLOBE
The Official Newspaper for
Marysville WA

February 1913

Volume 22, Number 1, Friday, Feb. 7, 1913 ... $1.00 a Year in Advance

HEADLINES:

Work Begins on Big Mill
Progressive Party
Odd Fellows Initiate Large Class
Indians on the Warpath Against Tree Killers
L.S. Club
A Tribute to Marysville
Meetings Arouse Interest
Louie Matson Buys Star Theatre
Bridge Club
Debate!
Report of Treas. Marysville Public Library for 10 months ending Dec 31, '12
Notice

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accident - boat Carroll, Earl
Local and Personal - Earl Carroll, who is employed on the steamer Swinomish had a narrow escape last Saturday. He was thrown between a log and the boat, dislocating his shoulder. His ear was nearly torn from his head and he was quite badly bruised about the face.
death Allen, Herbert
Local and Personal - Mrs. H. M. Robces has returned from Milton WA, where she has been for the past ten days with her sick brother, Herbert Allen, aged 62 years. He died Feb. the 1st. There were with him, when he died, his four sisters: Mesdames, M. E. Noakes of Milton; M. J. Smallwood, of Tacoma; L.e. Shepherd, of Kas., and H. M. Robces, of Marysville.
death Tallman, infant son
Local and Personal - Rev. Ashby was called to officiate at the funeral of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Tallman of Getchel, last Tuesday.
death - drowning Olson, Chris
Chris Olson was drown last night while trying to cross one of the bridges between Marysville and Everett in an intoxicated condition. His body was found and brought to the Undertaking Parlors here. Further particulars will be given in next week's paper.
fire Brady, W. J.
Local and Personal - Walter Bliss, of Portland, State-agent for the Milwaukee Mechanic Insurance Co., was in town Monday adjusting the loss by fire of the W. J. Brady.

Volume 22, Number 2, Friday, Feb. 14, 1913 ... $1.00 a Year in Advance

HEADLINES:

Marysville Entertains Odd Fellows
Evangelist To Lecture Monday
To Extend Electric Line from Everett to Mt. Vernon
School Notes
Womans Suffrage and State Legislation
Bank Statement
Library Ladies to Serve Inaugural Day
Baseball Meeting

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death Olson, Chris
Obituary - Chris Olson was born in Norway forty-eight years ago. He died from exposure Thursday night. The services were held at Schaefer's Undertaking Parlors Monday afternoon. Rev. Ashby reading the burial service. The deceased was survived by a brother, Louis, living at Ferndale, a daughter, Anna and a son, Ole.

Volume 22, Number 3, Friday, Feb. 21, 1913 ... $1.00 a Year in Advance

HEADLINES:

Council Contemplates Street Improvements
The Inaugural Supper
Marysville to Have Baseball Team
T.A. Bloom Buys Beach Property
Notice
Co-operative Store Has New Manager
School Notes
Anderson - Kruse
Ed Hunter Loses Finger

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accident Hunter, Ed
Ed Hunter Loses Finger
Ed Hunter had the misfortune Thursday afternoon of loosing one finger and possibly two as the Doctor isn't certain of saving the other. Ed has been on his ranch in Oregon and came north to make a summer stake and was working for Chester Barber who is laying off for a few weeks (Arlington Chronicle)
marriage Anderson, Emma I.
Kruse, Seymour
Anderson - Kruse
Married at the Farrar Parlors, at Port Angeles WA, 10 Feb 1913 by Rev. Smith Presbyterian Minister of that city, Miss Emma I. Anderson and Mr. Seymour Kruse, both of Marysville. Mrs. Kruse is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Anderson and Mr. Kruse is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kruse. Both contracting parties are well known here, having lived in this city for a number of years. Mr. Kruse, who owned and managed the Star Theatre here for the past two years, is a hustler and always gave a first class entertainment. He has purchased a moving picture theatre in Port Angeles, and they will make their future home in that city. The best wishes of their many friends go with them to their new home.

Volume 22, Number 4, Friday, Feb. 28, 1913 ... $1.00 a Year in Advance

HEADLINES:

The Baseless Fear of War
Would Create a New County
New Grocery for Marysville
Getchell Road Items
Inaugural Supper
Notice to Shareholders of Imperial Mining Co.
Junior Party

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county
Would Create a New County
The citizens and taxpayers of Snohomish and Island counties have for years been urging the building of better roads, and their persistent efforts have in a measure become fruit, but the present progressive onward march of western civilization and rural demands calls for more immediate attention in the manner of road building and local development than the people are now getting or are likely to receive until some of the counties with large areas are divided and the county government brought closer to the needs of the undeveloped lands of Western Wash ..(omitted material). .... Stanwood is made the temporary county seat, and the first board of county commissioners according to the Hill will be Anton Nelson of Camano Island, D. Carl Pearson of Stanwood, and Niel Brown of Arlington. Notwithstanding the garbled statements of the daily press in connection with this measure the only motive behind it is the idea of a better and more efficient local county government for the portions of the two counties included.
crime Schricker, W. E.
Schricker for Penitentiary - W. E. Schricker, former banker of LaConner, who was convicted of accepting deposits when he knew the bank to be insolvent, was taken to the state penitentiary at Walla Walla Tuesday. He was the only man taken from this county and his wife was with him during his last hours in Mt. Vernon. Mr. Schricker has many friends who will welcome his return when his term expires. Although he was sentenced from one to fifteen years. It is the general belief that he will be pardoned in the course of a year or so.
disease - flu
Local and Personal - Mr. LaGrippe and his co-partner, a Server-Cold, are making a round of visits here this week. Those, who are unfortunate enough to be in the "receiving line"' are having an uncomfortable time of it.
marriage Sines, Calvin
Getchell Road Items - A very pretty wedding reception was given by Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ashmun in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin I. Sines who were married in Everett, 15 Feb 1913 Mrs. Sines being the second daughter.
motorcycle
Local and Personal - Grover Triber and Fred Sopor made a motorcycle trip to Everett on Monday.


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