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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 1 May 1914

1914 ANNUAL DR GUYN wkw 111 \A \J I I■ ■ ) DENTIST Office 1612- j Hewitt Aye. Office hours 9 to :2—l to 5 ! A. Stalberg Groceries and Provisions GOODS DELIVERED TERMS CASH Ind. 456 Cer. 25th and Rockefeller EVERETT. WASHINGTON NATIONAL HO£ ITAL ASS'N 213 American Ban! Bldg, Everett, V . I. W. A. Cuttle, Division Mgr. SORENSEN, 320G Hewitt Aye. i TEA. >c had al 10 / Golden Grain Granules :it 25c Eor Big Booster Package. "Hear Everett Hum." i Di ink "Sell" the New Health Drink; "SCJT" REPRESENTS: TRADE MARK ~* Guaranteed In E. E. Strinrr OBller llie Food anfl Drugs Art. June 30, 1906. Seriul No. 21 Ml. "Seil" Syrup is iw«l in making "S<-it" Sodas, "Seit" Ice Cream Sodas, "Srit'" Fruit Sundaes, "Scil" Foam and Seit Milk Shakes MAM FACT! RhU AMI SOLO BY E. E. STEINER -:- Lowell, Wash. EXCHANGES Anacortes, Arlington, Bothell, Burlington, Darrington, Duvall, Everett. Granite Falls, La Conner, Marysville, Monroe, Mount Vernon, Sedro-Woolley, Snohomish, Stanwood and Vashon C. C. HAGE ...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 1 May 1914

EDUCATIONAL NUMBER PIANOS Talking Machines and Records Everett Piano 2820 COLBY AYE. PHONE IND. 677 Horseshoe Bar Choice Wines and Liquors 1805 HEWITT AYE. J. C. Sovde 3419 EVERETT AYE. BUTTON! BUTTON! WHO JWEARS A UNION BUTTON? NATIONAL HOTEL Mrs. Gokla Porgakls Convenient location. - Nicely furnished rooms at reasonable rates. Cor. Hewitt & Broadway. House HARVEY BANKS, Proprietor The M. A. ZAEPFEL & CO. Groceries DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Phones: S. S. 1818, Ind. 470 BOTH PHONES 988 PHONE S. S. 1210 EVERETT, WASH. COR. SUMMIT AYE. Peterson Furniture 00. Complete Homefurnlshera Main 1131 Ind. 689-Y Corner Hewitt and Lombard ORGANIZED LABOR. I would not quite put It that political control seems lo have pnssed from financiers to the la bor leaders. Organized labor does not control the government, I should say, but It is probably true that organized labor today exerts a greater Influence, on the affairs of government, state and federal, than at any previous time. The training rec...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 1 May 1914

1914 ANNUAL CLARKNICKERSON LUMBER COMPANY MANUFACTURERS OF BAND SAWED F I R LUMBER CAR AND CARGO SHIPPERS FVERETT, WASHINGTON BOTH PHONES 1202 '"PITT? ORIENT WINES LIQUORS CIGARS 1511 HEWITT AYE Ind. 45 Z HOTEL ELGIN .Vrs. Coif, Prop. Rates $1.80 and $2.00 per Week 'Vie ncr niirhl We are friends of organ bed labor, 29201 Broadway HENRY ASMUSSEN CHOICE AND WOOD & SON WALL PAPER STORE Wall Paper. Paints, Varnishes, Stains, etc. Decorating, Inferior Finishing, CalclmlniDg, Paper Harming, etc. Get our prices. Call Ind. 562 7. and sample books will be taken to your home and Estimates given. 2904 Hewitt Aye., Everett, Wn. EVERETT, WASH FOR HUMAN RIGHTS Organized Labor Stands For Lib erty and Justice. PROTESTS AGAINST WRONG. American Federation of Labor De mands That Violators of the Law, Whether Union Men or Not, Be Pun ished and Pay the Penalty. The organised labor movement la a protest against wrong and injustice. It seeks to secure freedom nnd justice. That is the reason it now dem...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 1 May 1914

Pome Industry and Educational Number THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF EVERETT'S WORKING PEOPLE VOL. XXIV. Dry Cleaning Steam Cleaning Established 1900 American Dye Works s.'roeinson & SON LEADING GLEANERS Suits Pressed 50c Both Phones 248 2821 Wetmore Aye. EVERETT. WASH. Pacific Lunch J. R. BELL, Prop. Open from 5 a. m. to 1 a. m. Short orders served at all hours. Best of service. 1203 HEWITT AYE. WESTERN PRODUCE CO. E. E. Herrett, Prop. Phones: Ind. . r )7, 72; S. S. 72 P. O: "Lock Qox 45 EVERETT, WASH. Saddlerock CAFE 1211 Hewitt Aye. EVERETT, WASH. Pacific Bar Sherry & Reilly, Props. I. W. Harper Whiskey our spe cialty. Everett Beer on draught. Restaurant and hotel in connec tion. 1201 HEWITT AYE. Phones: 558 X and 2190. Resi dence 462 X Everett Novelty Works L. MUEHLEISEN, Prop. Factory 2913 Pine St., Riverside EVERETT, WASH. Contracting, general jobbing, interior finishing and cabinet work. Window and door scheens made to order. ALEX STOLTZE J * CON#*VjTIONERY, CIGARS & \ ' TO...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 1 May 1914

1914 ANNUAL Your Choice of a Beer IN CHOOSING A BEER THAT IS TO BE YOUR FAVORITE BRAND— THE ONE TO CALL FOR IN PUBLIC PLACES—THE ONE TO USE IN YOUR HOME—YOU WANT A BREW THAT MEASURES UP WELL TO YOUR JUDGMENT OF WHAT A GOOD BEER SHOUD BE LIKE. Pale Beer MEETS EVERY REQUIREMENT OF THE DISCRIMINATING BEER DRINKER. IT'S FLAVOR IS EXQUISITE IT HAS THE CLARITY AND LIFE AND ZEST THAT DENOTE FINEST QUALITY, AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST, YOU WILL FIND THAT IT WILL ' AGREE WITH YOU. AND THIS BECAUSE IT IS THOROUGHLY AGED BEFORE IT LEAVES THE BREWERY. REMEMBER TO CALL FOR EDELREIN," AND WHY NOT ORDER A CASE SENT HOME? Everett Brewing Company BOTH PHONES 159 A Dollar Spent At Home Reacts In Its Benefits with Increasing General Profits; Sent Out of Town its Life is Ended; Kept with the Home Merchants it is a Messenger of Continuous Benefit. Union Men are Alive to the Importance of the Dollar Circulation Among Familiar Faces. When Directed into the Channel of Those Who Are Friendly; TRADE UNIONISM THRI...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 1 May 1914

EDUCATIONAL NUMBER Office Phones: S. S. 191, Ind. 292 Residence Phone: Ind. 417 FURNITURE PACKING, STORAGE AND FORWARDING Northern All Kinds of Wood and Coal Piano and Furniture Moving AUTO TRUCK SERVICE, STORAGE WAREHOUSE, LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE HAULING 3006 McDougall Aye., Corner Wall St. Carstens Packing Co. Wholesale and Retail DEALERS IN FRESH AND CURED MEATS ASK YOUR GROCER F )R OUR BRAND OF HAMS, BACON AND LARD, UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT IN SPECTED, WHICH GUARANTEES WHOLESOMENESS AND PURITY. Local Branch, Wholesale and Retail BOTH PHONES 21 2820 COLBY AYE Peoplfrfufho travel abroad cannot be made to tiefb ye Hint story of a London porter having v fortune of only $75, --00. Many a man's savings have taken wings just bi'fori- lie took v flyer in the Btock market. MOORE & CARR, Proprietors EVERETT, WASH. What's the excuse for this talk about a backless gown for evening wear .' As we recall, that Is the kind they have been wearing for years. A woman may dress in what fashion ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 1 May 1914

1914 ANNUAL HON. JOHN L. BOYLE, TREASURER OF SNOHOMISH COUNTY. WE HANDLE THE BEST GOODS MAKE THE RIGHT PRICES SOLICIT YOUR TRADE DELIVER PROMPTLY RIGHT ALL WRONGS TRY US AND BE CONVINCED Melang Grocery Co. Both Phones 207 Clark Co. 2907 WETMORE AVENUE Representing the Pacific states Savings and Loan Co., loaning on Everett homes at.reasonable terms. Also the strong est and oldest fire Insurance companies and'different up-to-date lighting systems, including the Stell .Mantle and the new wond erful Triple-Air Mantle Lamp, the most perfect yet invented. A VISIT TO OUR OFFICE SOLICITED Sunset 1334 Everett Brick Yard The Lloyd Company 2912 RUCKER AYE., NEAR HEWITT, EVERETT, WASH. Mill, Logging and Marine Supplies Brass and Iron Balves, Fittings, Brass Goods, Belting, Packing, Hose, Asbestos Goods, Electric Goods, Oils and Grease, Pulleys, Pumps and Steam Specialties RED SEAL BOILER COMPOUND EVERETT, WASHINGTON HARRY SHAFFER, Prop. EVERETT, WASH. Both Phones 523 2104 Hewitt Aye. Ind. 817Y...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 1 May 1914

Home Industry and Educational Number THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF EVERETT'S WORKING PEOPLE VOL XXIV. rhe Broadway Shoeing Shop HARVEY A. BRIGGS PRACTICAL HORSESHOER AND BLACKSMITH 2930 BROADWAY Phone Ind. 731Z Phone Ind. 319Z Res. Phones Ind. 638, Ind. 240Y DUFF & GEBERT REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE 313 Commerce Bldg'. LET US BUILD YOU A HOME ON SMALL PAYMENTS B. Wold C. N. Weld * J. Westlund t WOLD BROS. & WEST- ' LUND 5 Groceries, Hardware, Drugs, ( Dry Goods and Notions J Tel. Sun. 357, Ind. 315 t 1902 Broadway EVERETT, WASH. OPEN ALL NIGHT Broadway Coffee House CARSTEN SON NIKSEN WE SERVE THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS 2907 Broadway EVERETT, WASH. A^ME ICECREAM IT S PURE-MADE IN EV ERETT NOT HOW CHEAP, BUT HOW GOOD BOTH PHONES 231 A. M OLINGER CONTRACTOR & BUILDER All kinds of jobbing work, store ■helving) counters and ■how case work a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. 2917 Grand Aye. EVERETT, WASH. * Correspondent v wiints to know the difference between a tango dancer and ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 1 May 1914

1914 ANNUAL DON'T YOU THINK LADIES ARE ESPECIALLY IN VITED TO VISIT ONE OF THE MOST SANITARY PLANTS IN THE WORLD. WE INVITE YOUR CRITI CISM. SOUVENIRS TO ALL VIS ITORS. i That a Washington Manufactory is worthy of the continued support, encouragement and fair treatment which it has always received from the CITIZENS OF THE STATE OF WASH INGTON When ii maintains an annual payroll of $650,000.00? When it employs nearly 700 men? When ii buys annually from the Washington Farmers 30,000,000 pounds of barley at a cost of 3450,000.00? When i 1 buys annually from the Washington Farmers 2,000,000 pounds of hops at a cost of $50,000.00? When it uses annually 16,000 tons of Washington Coal? I When it brings into the City of Seattle annually $3,000,000.00 of money from the stiles outside of the State ! The Seattle Brewing end Malting Company BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OF THE FAMOUS RAINER BEER ACCOMPLISHES THIS AND MUCH MORE WE CAN HELP BUILD YOUR HOME WITH OUR Superior Cement, Pacific Fiber PlasTer, ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 1 May 1914

EDUCATIONAL NUMBER Canyon Lumber Co. Western Washington Forest Produds Daily Capacity 215,000 Feet Educational System Renewed Although six states in the Union are still without compulsory school at tendance laws, and four others have laws that apply only partially, definite progress during tlie past decade is re ported in a bulletin just issued by the United States Bureau of Education Since 1905 eight states previously without compulsory laws have adopted them, and it is thought to be a matter of only a few years when compulsory school attendance will be in effect in every state and territory of tlie United States. The six states still without compul sory school laws are South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Texas. The four local-option states, where the law is in effect in certain counties only, are Maryland, Virginia, Arkansas and Louisiana. The states vary widely in number of years and amount of attendance re quired each year. The age of com pulsory attendanc...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 1 May 1914

1914 ANNUAL EVERETT, THE CITY OF ACHEIVEITO By W. W. Blain, Secretary Everett Commercial Club. In 1890 there was on census report upon Everett, because practically speaking Everett did not then exist. In 1900 the official figure was 7,8538 and by 1910 this had grown to 24,814. During this last decade (1900 to 1910) the population of the state in creased faster than that of any other conimewealth iv the Union and Ev erett grew twice as fast as the state, the exact ration being 216 per cent. The 1913 Polk Directory shows a substantial gain over the 1910 figure, in fact Everett at this time shows ap proximately 30,000 inhabitants. What the future will bring cannot possibly be stated with mathematical precision, but it is using the language of conservatism to predict for Everett, not only a continuance but an exten sion of those activities which have al ready made her the fourth municipal ity in the state and the third port in size on Puget Sound. Everett will grow—indeed is bound to gr...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 1 May 1914

Home Industry and Educational Number THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF EVERETT'S WORKING PEOPLE VOL. XXIV. Glough-Hartley Go. Lumber and Shingles 18th and Bayside Main 130 STYLISH HATS Very Moderately Priced Cedar Siding I)jfo.QaJ>e/ Exclusive Hat Shop 2823 Colby The Labor Journal A Big Sele&ion 0L... THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST COAST ICE & COLD STORAGE CO. The Coast Ice & Cold Storage Com pany, located at the corner of 2d and Paine streets, is conceded to be one of the leading manufacturing In- j dustries of Everett and one that all Snohomish county may well be proud. This concern has been established for the past eleven years. The business! has thrived and prospered ever since: the date of its inception, so much so that the company having recently pur chased additional property and taken over the Bartlett Dairy Company. This firm specializes in supplying ice to the many residents of Everett and In ad dition it is a wholesale dealer in but ter, eggs and che...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 1 May 1914

1914 ANNUAL Exceptional Values in the Suit Department LADIES - SPRING COATS PRICED AT $8.98 Balniaccau models, short and full length coats. Serges, plaids, mixtures and double-faced materials, exceptional values, good range of sizes • ■ -SS-SS LADIES' SPRING SUITS AT $14.75 Ladies' fine tailored Suits that sold up to $25.00, in many pretty styles. The season's newest cloths and colors, in some cases, only one of a kind, but there is a good range of sizes $14.75 Shadow Laces—Unusual Values at 19c, 33c and 43c A special purchase enables us to offer you these beautiful shadow laces at this low price. Beautiful designs in cream or white. 10-inch width, yard 19c 17-inc], width, yard • 33c 22-inch width, yard 43c THOMPSON'S OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT CAN SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS IN HAT SHAPES AND TRIMMINGS in dry goods we have some nice Itipplettes, ideal summer wash goods, at 15 cents a yard. Pink and lavender Corded Pique, a bargain at 23 cents per yard. Ladies' and Children's Hosiery, black and...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 1 May 1914

EDUCATIONAL NUMBER TRADE ON ROCKEFELLER AVENUE AND SAVE MONEY Specials from the Side Street Store Large broken Plaid Dress Goods, 36-inch, colors brown and white, blue and white, and red and white. Sale price 39c 49c—COVERALL APRONS —49c Just received, 5 dozen large Coverall Aprons, made of best percale. Sale price 49c 500 pieces fine Valenciennes Lace, 12 yards in piece, bought to sell at sc, 7c, 8c yard. Sale price 35c piece. NEW SERGE DRESSES The express brought us today 50 new Serge Dresses, also a few Taffeta Silks. These Dresses are worth $7.50 to $9. On sale Friday and Saturday $5,00 CORSETS Our $2 Front Lace Parisana f'orset, and our $2.00 and $2.50 Kabo Corset, all on sale Satur day at $1.49 MILLINERY DEPARTMENT $5.00 HATS—LOTS OF THEM WORTH TO $8.50 DOLSON ,& SMITH The Store Around the Corner on Rockefeller Aye. Continuous Show 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. ORPHEUM FEATURE ORCHESTRA Daily 2:30 to 4:30 and 7:30 to 10:30 EVERETT'S BEST PHOTOPLAY HOUSE Amusement headquarters for Eve...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 1 May 1914

1914 ANNUAL E. M. STEPHENS. President ROY W. JELLISON. Assistant Cashier FIRST NATIONAL BANK Capital and Surplus $50,000.00 Monroe Dry Goods and Clothing Co. Complete Outfitters Walk-Over Shoes Loggers' Supplies WE BUY ONLY THE BEST MERCHANDISE AND WE EMBRACE EVERY OPPORTUNITY TO OBTAIN UNION MADE GOODS OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY. * t * 0 Monroe Steam Laundry The Modern Wash Woman THE ONLY MODERN PLANT BETWEEN EVERETT MONRCE OF MONROE, WASH. MONROE, WASH. Union Made MONROE, WASH. AND SPOKANE R J SCOTT. Proprietor W. E. WADDELL, Cashier WASH. Independent Special Brew PILSNER TYPE Joe Jusftino, Prop. DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE CITY $3.00 A CASE—24 QUART BOTTLES MONROE, WASH Fred Fergusan OLYMPIA BEER ON DRAUGHT ONLY OLYMPIA BEER IN CITY Wines and Liquors TheHubbellOutfittingCo. Dry Goods, Shoes Clothing and Furnishings Union Made Goods of All Kinds WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF UNION MADE LOG GERS' SUPPLIES—ALSO MEN S CLOTHING. MONROE, WASH. Washington Cafe ONLY FIRST CLASS CAFE IN THE CITY Oyst...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 1 May 1914

Home Industry and Educational Number THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF EVERETT'S WORKING PEOPLE VOL. XXIV. WIDE AWAKE TOWNS OF SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WASH. PEOPLES' GROCERY COMPANY INC. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES FLOUR, FEED, HAY AND GRAIN Maximum Blue and Gold Lines of Canned Goods Commercial Bank of Snohomish Countyj THIS BANK is no small factor in the business of this community. We believe that you share in the pride we feel in our ex cellent growth. You can help us greatly in building up this bank by intro ducing a new depositor. We would greatly appreciate it as we do your own busi- Four per cent compounded semi-annually in our savings department. HERMAN FRIESE President It Is a good idea now and then to tort over the whole barrel or box of jpples that have been stowed iv tile :ellnr for winter use. for rot spores will spreud from one apple to another . s-ery quickly and often spoil several If the source of contamination is not re moved. The writer lias never been quite able to fathom the tinau...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 1 May 1914

1914 ANNUAL Complete House HARDWARE and FURNITURE PAINTS and OILS CROCKERY SPORTING GOODS Daisy Meat Market Fresh and Cured Meats Fish and Vegetables The Two Jack's Restaurant JOHN McHUGH SHORT ORDERS AT ALL TII,iES 0"r StcL.vo are the Best Obtainable UNION LALZL PRIZE ESSAYS (Con r I 'd from Page One.) boycott seek to accomplish, always at great cost and sacrifice. The workers who strike in protest apainst their wrongs may be defeated, but the public protest, registered in the demand for the union label is in vincible. The union label enlists and arms in labor's cause those lements which de Furnisher ARLINGTON, WASH. BROUNTY & SON, Proprietors ICE PLANT IN CONNECTION Both Phones—lnd. 382, Sunset 9 ARLINGTON, WASH. ARLINGTON, WASH. termine the issue of every issue In civilized Bociety, namley, the women and children. The instincts of woman and the in terests of labor are conjoined in the t union labe. Both stand for cleanli , ness, morality, the care of the young, i the sancity ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 1 May 1914

EDUCATIONAL NUMBER ARLINGTON CHAS. J. WARREN C. & A. Store for Men GORDON HATS, WALK-OVER SHOES, UNION MADE SUITS AND OVERCOATS YOU WILL FIND EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS IN THIS STORE AND OUR AIM IS TO ACCOMMODATE AT ALL TIMES. MAKE THIS STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN ARLINGTON. C.&A.Store for Men City Market GEO. MURPHY, Prop. DEALER IN Hay and Grain, Meats, Etc. ARLINGTON, WASH. You can buy Union Made \ Suits, Hats, Shoes and j Furnishings j —AT— J PETERSONS THE GOOD CLOTHES STORE FOR MEN C. B. Ames D. B. Gary Arlington Steam Laundry Telephone Sunset 78J ARLINGTON, WASH. ONLY TWO KINDS FOR TYPOS Tacoma, WUt, April 30.—Because the International Typographical Union recognizes i ily two kinds of shops union and non-union—the attempt to settle differences with several print ing estafi.* "iments have »6 far proved ineffective.' A new wage scale Is lilamed for the trouble by tho employ ers, but the printers show that the ARLINGTON, WASH. Fowler's House of Quality Cigars and Tobacco ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 1 May 1914

1914 ANNUAL MARYSVILLE On tho shore of Ebey slough, one of the streams that form the delta of the Snohomish river, five miles north of Everett, is situated the town Of Marys ville with its population of l.Tsin. Kx cellenl transportation facilities by rail and water and the fact that Marys ville is an important lumber town us well us the center of an agricultural district of growing Importance account for its steady and substantial growth. The town, from its City wharf and warehouse, has transportation facili ties via water, to till points on the Sound, while it is located on the main coast line of the Great Northern. In addition the Milwaukee extension northward from Everett has been sur veyed through it, as is likewise true on the Interurban line between Ev erett and Mt. Vernon, the last link in an interurban system extending from Tacoma to Hellingham. Marysville is well equipped with modern business establishments, in cluded among these are hotels, restaur ants, three hardware sto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 8 May 1914

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF EVERETT'S l r WORKING PEOPLE VOL. XXIV. Attention THE BRODECK COMPANY'S ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING, ipN'S HABERDASHERY ON SALE. SHOES AND BOYS' CLOTHING AT SPECIAL PRICES. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUPPLY YOUR SUMMER NEEDS WITH DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE AND SAVE MANY DOLLARS. A Visit to the Store Will Convince You The Brodeck Co. CORNER HEWITT AND WETMORE AVENUE Klein Distributing Company, Inc. J. F. KLEIN, Prop. Agency for ITALIAN SWISS COLONY WINES, PORT, SHERRY, MUS CAT, ANGELICA From $1.00 to $3.00 Per Gallon Our Brandies are from the Italian Swiss Colony made of the Purest of Madera Grapes. Our leading brands of whiskey are Edgewood, Barbee, Yellow stone, Harper, Sunnybrook and Burclay "76" and our brand — "LITTLE OLD FASHION WHISKEY" Delivery to any Part of the City S. S. 385 —PHONES —Ind. 636 COR. HEWITT AND OAKES EVERETT, WASH. Riley-Cooley Shoe Co. PULL LINE OP UNION MADE SHOES Both Phones 766 1712 Hewitt | NORTHERN TRANSFER CO. Office and Storage Warehouse Across...

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