|Type|| Names ||Event|
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|animals||Robinson, J. D.||Local and Personal - J. D. Robinson has been having very bad luck with his cows of late. He has lost three fine ones valued at $125 each.|
|born||Wilcox, baby girl||Mrs. I. Asbery returned home from Bellingham the first of the week where she has been visiting her daughter Mrs. Frank Wilcox, and reports a baby girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox.|
|born||Wise, baby boy||Local and Personal - Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. Wise, of Buckley, a boy. Mrs. Wise is the daughter of Mrs. Tom Robeces who left for that place Tuesday to welcome her new grandson|
|death||unknown|| Corpse of Man Found Floating in River |
Thursday morning M. L. Solomon, bridge tender at the Second Bridge, discovered the corpse of a man floating down the river. He secured the body and notified Coroner Maulsby, who came and stook the remains to Everett. There was nothing in the pockets to identify the man. HIs coat had been made by a firm in Toledo OH, and that was the only clue to his identity. He was rather large man, about sixty years old, with sandy hair. The body had been in the water from four to six weeks, says Mr. Solomon.
|marriage|| Nelson, Viola |
- Benish, Antone
|Mrs. Viola Nelson and Mr. Antone Benish were married in Tacoma on Wednesday, June 10, at 8:30 am. The newly married couple left for Portland for a short wedding trip, and will be home at Dupont WA, after July 1. Mrs. Benish is the daughter of Mrs. F. H. Plont, of this city. Mr. Benish is Superintendent of the Posder Works at Dupont.|
|move|| Houser, John |
- Thompson, Elias
|Sunny Side - Last Monday John Houser and Elias Thompson left for Oregon where they intend to take up a homestead all of their friends wish them great success.|
|people||Ervay, William||Local and Personal - William Ervay, formerly of Rochester NY had moved his family into the Hardinger home on Ninth street. Mr. Ervay is a carpenter by trade and after looking over all the towns on the Sound from Portland to Vancouver BC, decided that Marysville looked the best to him. He was for several years connected with the Wm. B. Morse Lumber Co. the largest concern of its kind in the state of New YOrk|
|Type|| Names ||Event|
|accident - mill||Montgomery, Wilson|| Nearly Loses Arm While at Work in Mill |
While at work in the McMaster Mill last Friday afternoon, Wilson Montgomery was the victim of a terrible accident when his right arm came in contact with a saw. He was taken at once to a Hospital in Everett, where everything was done to relieve his suffering. At last reports it is thought that his arm may be saved, although the wound was a deep one. Wilson was one of the seventeen graduates of Marysville HIgh School this year, and is a bright, industriuos young man.
|accident - motorcycle|| Stormo, John |
- Christopherson, Nels
|Kellogg Marsh - John Stormo and Nels Christopherson while out joy ruding on a motorcycle Saturday night had what might have been a serious accident. John broke his collar bone and Nels escaped with one hand slightly bruised.|
|crime - boat||Merrick, F. G.|| Judge Merrick Loses His Launch |
Judge Merrick, with H. E. Jones, as chief engineer, went camping near Sebebeda last Saturday, and in the evening they anchored the launch about 200 feet off shore and the next morning she was gone. Thinking that possibly the launch had sunk during the night, Mr. Merrick had the Tallman Bros. out with grappling hooks and they dragged the bottom of the Sound all around the spot where the launch had been anchored, but no trace of her could be found. Mr. Merrick offers a reward of $25.00 for the safe return of the launch or for information leading to its recovery.
|crime - fire||Local and Personal - George Kipp and Lloyd Spear, of Fortson, on the Darrington branch were arrested by Deputy Fire Wardenj Hugh Allen last Saturday and fined $5.00 each by Justice William Sheller of Everett for burning slashing without a permith $70,000,000 worth of state timber was endangered by the careless burning of this slashing besides a vast amount of property belonging to ranchers inthe neighborhood.|
|death||Gottschalk, Lois||Obituary - Gottschalk. Lois E. Knapp was born in Newbury VT, 15 Jun 1852 and died 21 Jun 1914 in Marysville WA at the age of 63 years and 3 days. When a small child she moved with her parents near Madison WI. At the age of 10 diptheria entered the home and took the mother, two sisters and a brother. A few years later she went to live with her father and brother in Hesperia MI. On 4 Mar 1871, she was married to Henry S. Cogswell, of Hesperia MI. One daughter survives this union, Mrs. A. E. Mills, of Hesperia. Death soon entered the house and took the husband and father. On 10 Sep 1878, she was again united in marriage to William Gottschalk of Hesperia MI. Firve children survive this union - Herbert Gottschalk, of Bitley MI; Mrs. A. J. Wright of Hesperia MI and Conrad Gladys and Malcolm Gottschalk of Marysville WA. She was a member of the 1st Presbyterian Church of Hesperia; also a member of White River Valley Rebekah Lodge, of Hesperia. Besides her relatives she leaves a large circle of friends. The funeral was held at the residence on tuesday at 2:00 pm. Rev. Paul Ashby officiating. The Rebekah Lodge, of which she was a member, had charge at the grave. Undertaker C. H. Schaefer secured a beautiful auto hearse from Everett and a long string of autos followed the remains to the I.O.O.F. Cemetery where interment took place under his direction.|
|death||Hewitt, Clarence||Local and Personal - Robert Hewitt received word this week of the death of his brother Clarence of Travers City MI. Clarence had a number of friends in Marysville who will be sorry to hear of his untimely demise. He left here in March and was in very poor health at that time.|
|death||Winton, William A.||Local and Personal - William A. Winton, aged 47 years, died at his home north of town on June 20th, and was buried in the I.O.O.F. Cemetery on Wednesday, June 24. Death was casued by tuberculosis, Rev. C. D. Erb conducted the funeral service at the Undertaking parlors, and interment took place under the direction of Undertaker Elmer Schaefer. The deceased leaves a wife and several small children.|
|marriage|| McCaffey, Ray |
- Broughton, Florence
|Local and Personal - Mrs. H. C. McGaffey and daughter, Lois, attended the wedding of Mr. Ray McCaggey and Miss Florence Broughton, in Everett last Thursday evening. Ray is a grandson of Mrs. McCaffey.|
|marriage|| Micheels, Daisy H. |
- Harter, Herbert S.
|Harter - Micheels. A very pretty home wedding was solemnized Thursday at high noon 18 Jun 1914 at the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. H. Micheels at South Snohomish, when Herbert S. Harter only son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Harter, and Daisy H. Micheels youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Micheels, were united in marriage, Rev. Frans Schoknecht pastor of the German-Lutheran church officiated. Promptly at noon the bridal party slowly descended the stairs to the strains of Lohengrin's Wedding March, softly played by Miss Gladys Spatch of Marysville and took their places under an immense wedding bell of carnations and roses and smilax. The grom was attended by Mr. William Heines, of Seattle, cousin of the bride and Mr. Oscar Dickson, of Snohomish, nephew of the bride. The bridesmaids were Miss Leona Jane Bryan, of Arlington, niece of the groom and Miss Selma Hawkinson of Lake Rossiter. The flower girls were little Ella Mae Kennedy, of Richmond Beach, niece of the groom and little Gertrude Dickson, niece of the bride. The bride was charming in a beautiful gown of white messaline with tunic of imported lace, and bridal veil of white tulle. She carried a shower boquet of LIllies of the Valley and maden hair fern. The groom was dressed in conventional black. Miss Leona Jane Bryan pale blue silk with shadow lace. Miss Selma Howkinson old rose with cream net. Each carried arm boquets of pink bride roses. The flower girls wore pale blue silk gowns. The hosue was beautifully decoreated with roses, ivy and asparagus ferns. The dining room and hall inpink and living room in white. After the young couple had recived the congratulations of frineds and relatives, all marched to the dining room where three large tables were set and partook of a sumptous wedding feast, about seventy-five friends and relatives were present. The young people left at 4:30 by auto for Everett amid a shower of rice and old shoes. From there they went to Portland. After a short wedding trip they will be home at Snohomish. Many beautiful and useful presents were received. Their many friends wish them a long and happy wedded life.|
|marriage|| Noble, Charlotte |
- Noonan, James J.
|Local and Personal - Mr. and Mrs. Will Summers attended the wedding of Miss Charlotte Noble and Mr. Jaems J. Noonan of Portland, at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Potts, in Seattle last Thursday.|
|marriage|| Schaefer, Edwin |
- Perry, Nellie
|Local and Personal - Edwin Schaefer and bride are the guests of his parents, Mrs. Schaefer was formerly Miss Nellie Perry, of Anacortes, and they were married in that city on Wednesday June 24th, they will soon leave for Frazier B. C. where Edwin has a position. Their many friends inMarysville wish them a long, happy and prosperous journey thru life.|
|marriage||Stimpson Crossing - Mr. and Mrs. F. Spatch, Miss Gladys and H. V. Jennings motored to Snohomish last Thursday to attend the Harter-Michaels wedding.|