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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

12 STAR THKATKR Kverett', foremost photo house, tin star theater, opened November IT. lOOtl, under the uianageiiu nt of Mr, Alex. Singelow. Il i- lie- only 'heater in the citi in which there ltn» lieen no change ni managers during that period. Tlie Star i- a uuion house .tti• 1 employs eight I pi.-. It Ita - a -lating rapai i' >' >f no It i- -at... sanitary and comfort i.lde. Without solicitation the v iai re i-eived tin- highest compliment front the chief of tin- fin. department and the building inspector, both of "limn volun tarily attested that conditions at this theater are ideal. The star manage ment did nut unit to he compelled to EVERETT DAIRY. have Keen made iv the study nl 1.....1 and their value to I he human Imiilv. One article which has received -[..■, i.,1 at tention is milk. We all know that milk is ..iu- of the most \aluahle fo »l pro ducts that i-. providing it i- produced hy sound, healthy cows and kept in cool sanitary surroundings. We also know that milk use...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

BARRON FURNITURE CO. INC. Kverett, the lion f mitny thriving aid |uii-|>('ri>ii» industries, nnd large bu - i 111 — firm-, bon-t- a I uruil 'iri' house which tower- high nhovi th' l overage both in ipinlity nl ii- goods ami extra ordinary prices aiveii tin- people. This popular rMipuiaii'-n i- the llarron fur niture ( v.. whirh ha- olio nt tin- most U|> 11■ 11 11 - liiriiill■ t<- In n-<■- on the Const Ment ed on Colby avenue, 281.'1-281 i). For fhi-iity t hrrr years thi' Hurron firm has m\ ere,l to the Km ret I poopl" by tin' A-hing hnirlrril- of inuiies. Their store •nipri-e- -:\ stories, with "."i.IKKI feet m floor space, The I,nil,line itself is Mil by Itltl feet, -la ne- linrro.i is pros ■i-iit nf i hi- large eencern. O. ,1. Fos •r iniinnger. nnd N. A. Mum:.,,', serre WESTERN FURNITURE CO. H A firm whirh we ran safely ivcoin- Hieti.l l<> the iii1 I,lir. an I especially to Ihe vi: i- t i peole, i- the Western Furniture M"- located at 2938 Wetmore avenue. ■r. ...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

14 WASHINGTON STOVE WORKS. "My. Jane. m 1 . .. is. and -n handy, too. where did you get it?" "Oh, John, bought that for mo Inst week from tin- Washington Stove Works. You know they nre down on Thirty ■ four! Ii and Smith stn '. They employ twenty-five men. nnd make the best stoves of all kind-, from ranges J. C. SOVDE. GROCER. Another business house men tioning in our columns i- general merchandise store located at Htl'.i E\ erett avenue. Mr. J. S. So' is pro prietor) and a nicer innn is 1 to I md, He deals fair and square wit I Ids ens tomers, as well as his fri,!,!-, \nv thing in the grocery, drygooi - or no t ion line can 1"- lioughl from Mr. - He'll sell you the best, too. He has been in the business fot I years, owns two delivery wagons fin] employs four people. Mr. Sovde adieus -tr'n-tli to the maximum. ''Right goods, lii'lr prices and prompt settlements mnki ,: benefits of our dealings mut ml." An other thing he say- i-. "Wo o -tore to Ih- your -tore and y- m neigl bor's stor...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

HANS MUMM, JR. Raised in tho custom part ol I lii state. ;illt'niliiivr State Normal school nl Cheney, one ami one half years; gradu ated from the civil engineering course of tho Washington state college in 1001, cnnie to Kverett iv tin- winter of 1002, with the tireat Northern Hy. I'".. engin eering depart ment : has worked in vari ous po-ition- as engineer, while in this city, was eit v engineer throe years ugo. About t w years ago formed an eiigin eeriiiL.' eonipany in thi- city, of which he i- now the presiilent. Mis company is now tloinj* privut ■ engineering over mo-t oi this county. During this time the company has ilone the engineering for several small towns. building street-, -ewer-, water tank- ami plott ing property. J. Y. KENNEDY. i'l lie liar ,'t Snohomish county may be favmalily compared with that of anj Colinl> ill the »tate of Washington] in fact it i- recognized among the legal pro I' —i>'i ia- containing a class of very abb nan. Am,hilt tin- mcmls-is of the ...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

16 'I Im I in-— nf W ill nf K\ ITI'I I pic ill. Ml". Shrill T WHS iii I sits, mill lin- P.. 1.. COOKE. A nice pool ami billiard hall i- i lull Hew ill a\eiiue. \lr, t ooke i- a friend m unionism and adheres strongly tn its teachings. Reside- hi- | I and billiard drinks, cigars, tobai mil ran lie-. THE HARROR CITY CEMENT CO. Galvanized Cement Sewer Pipe. There i- a |'11 1 j11 1 ii(i l .tr.iin-t t-cnit-ut pi] ii thi l pari i»1 some people created by rcrtait l interests for obvious roa* —■■ 11 — - ('onsorvnt ivc |M'oplc lire slow tn nr-copt anything new. although ii tuny I'm het I<r. lull ».■ in iil■• Ihe iv ■-' i iv ill investigation nf our methods nf manu facture a- well n- nl' l lii- material I. We find i hr great< -! i.l'-t n !i' ill I In' in I rodllct inn nl our p i duel in Ihe fuel thai ill Ihr past lllllliy ill "'llprt rllt workers liiivp sought t»» iutroduec a hand ma le pipe inaili' nf gravel ami a little cement anil -an t. Of course, hiipli a proline! i- a failure, an.l...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

Following in tlm footsteps of their fellow tin ft snicii in tlie printing trade, the Printing Pressmen's International Union i- estalilisliing a sanatorium to care for their sick and age,l members. Ii is located at Hale Springs, rennessco. tho site nf one of the most beautiful health resorts in the Southland. There are five different kinds of health-giving watoi- located ~n this site and for the past -event v year- il lias been known as a Ilea It h resort. '.'jA sanit oriutn will be erected to ac o»nn late 101 l persons, and together with a technical school and a thoroughly EVERETT CONSTRUCTION COMPANY With the rapid growth of the cit} of KVerett there Irl- 1 Tl .1 «tcad.\ illiTrl-r of good, firm Im-ine-s Incises and coin pam.-. Not a lui-ino-- whi h has boon Opmniemi'il upon an iii-crinv kisis fig Bes in the wonderful developmenl of the "City of Smoke-lack-" lull many. BUin\ eorporat ions w hirh have withstood the test of time. These have been the •gcret of Everett's fast progress ...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

18 LOWELL,WASHINGTO!> KVERETT PULP AND PAPER CO. flu. Everett !' il]> mi I I'uper Company ,- In it. 1 -t a -hurt ili-1 fr 111, I E\ ctl I' iii tho yoni IwH nnd i« imo of tho Ini-jrest [•on itii- 't it- • ' ili--i- ippi river. William llnwnrth. i man wli i ha yoni-. i of tho mill, while Mr, \. 11. 1.. -lonian i< vici'-pro-i.h ii* . Both nun n -i.m--ii.-1 .-it izen- nf tln CHARLES J. LINDBLAD, GROCER. Bvory r.--i• I> 11• in Lowell knows Mr. Lindbl.ul f< r lie i- ii mini » ''!i know ing, Hp i» 11 ids)tt *t<'i liii'j qualities nml upright principle-. Mi ' elieve utroniflv Unit honesty \* the 1 -' pulley. Mr* in'the lulSn - mil •- : ■ rl.l he h IS foun ... firm r< putiitii n. Mr. Lin lUiul : > 1- 1 een in the groecry business fm eight ciar«. 1,.,we1l which i- -" ill rim ii| • i line*. Mr. Lin 11,1a,1'- -:• re v.-l mi the corner nf * ml ninl nml is one nf the ite*t and to-dat" in the town. 11. h >ndh - kinds of -tuple and fan j lm ■■> - flour, feed, fruit* an...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

L. A. BILLINGS. Mr. I'.illing-. who has lived in LoWcll the past thirteen years, is a well kjvn and capable business nun. He Vet* one of the finest stores of its f He i- dealer in hay. grain, wood reoal with livery transfer, storage, siml stnbles. lie has ju-t built a large in'" hnni. modern in every way. Mr. Hilling- hns lieen in tbe grain and feed business fur three years and in thai time liai worked u]i n remarkable pat ronage. Me i- noted lor hi- hones! hllsl ness methods and lo'donl ilealitvis with tbe | pie. lie own- l ift een lie id of fltle horse-, drives five wagon*, and has In stock lour buggies. Yon will enjoy deal ing with Mr. Milling- he i- so itci-oinmo dating and reasonable. Joe I'oilman was hoin with a love for sport- and would rather miss a meal any day than nii-s a -porting event. While l.a-cliall i- hi- hohhy he i- keen for all kind- of -ports that offer op portllllit \ for skill and chance. Joe can even -cc the sporting side of the political game and rather relis...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

20 SNOHOMISH, WASH. SNOHOMISH IRON WORKS, INC. Snohomish abounds in prosperous and well-known business firm-., among them i- tlie Snohomish Iron Works, Inc., man aged by Mr. I. 11. launphn j an I super intended by Mr. W. S. Gamble. Both men nre prominent In the social as well a- in ihe liusines world. The\ repair DAN SILCOX. fi I things to cat ! We 1 - ! Id say. Get tlient every time a l)an Siil cox's delicatessen at 1'1M1 1 ... Fii Mr. Silcox hns onl,v Is-en In Hess for eight ecu months, i.. worked 111> a five years trade. Hi- g. are of the hest. lie handles fan * _ eric- iii a.l,lit imi to hi- delic.it i --■ foods, A fresh suppl.*i always .. :! ('all up any time. Ind. 312 and "something good tn cat." H. S. BLAINE, GROCER. Would \nu nol lik.-- to ha\ c a | leasim grocer who will sell you .1 fine quallt* nt goods the whole year through, who will deliver ju-t whal you have "i I We all do; therefore i\■ • youi trad< 11. s. Blame, who has an up ; grocery store mi the corner of Si...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SNO HOMISH. Tin- pro-periiy of a city or town is judge I largely by lie- number and kin 1 of bank- e-tabli-lird I herein. A bank, if it i- -upportoi! by the rigid kind of people, i- the biggest advertisement and the best drawing card a city can have. Snohomish boasts of ot f 11 lost re liable banking firm- on the cost. Ii i the nidi-i bank in the county, having been established iii the year ISS7. The building whirh i- ab-oliitely lire proof is located mi the corner of First strict and Avenue \. olio of the nicest part- ot the ciiy. Ii i- -inn a relief to tin- tired busiii:-- man if he can be assured that there i- a safe place for hi- money . Such a on.- i- the First National Hank ol Snolc :11i-11. At the cic-c of the business February 111. ltll-2 the resources of this SPANISH CIOAR FACTORY. Sri"l !»• Wal-h i- proprietor of the Stftini-h Cigar l-'a.-tmy Im-ated at 810 Mai -irrrt. iii■ manufactures many high gia.lr .igai- whirh are handled bj all iii- I.ailing ....

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

ARLINGTON ARLINGTON HARDWARE CO. A firm which w,. .an Rl |f«b' recow men,l iv Hi,, people in K( .m. rn ] iU „| ~„,„.. dally to tlie working men. i- i h,. Ar lington Hardware i~. Thi- ,•,,„,., ni ■>~ always •'*•»» ■■ the proper spirit toward project- ii he promotii i 11,,, city's welfare i I ihe welfare ~i ii - ] |,!,,. Eor five ■ urs il has he, n in existence AR :\<;TON FEED CO. Among thi' leliabl ■ firms whi h we arc pleased in mention in our i-olumnt nml niic deserving ..i (lie people's pat- I'onilge i< I lie Ai lin-iKeeil in. of which Mr- Neil Drown i- president. Mr. 'I. Brounty secretary, Mr, w . I. Drouut-, treasurer nml Mr. Wnitei Itrmints innn- Hger. All fuur men nre highly respected citizens mi l conduct their hiisine.su upon honorable methods They nre wholesale and retail dealer- iv hay, grain mi l feed. All goods sold bj them i- guaranteed to he A N'n. I. ; i Olid at mi t line Wit liin 111.11 jieriod lias i' '"''ii foil ml nilfnir in any dealing, what soever. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

THE CITIZENS STATE BANK. It is the constant aim nf tin Citizens State Bank tn a-sist in the growth of Arlington and the development of the surrounding portion of Snohomish county, and to lend every aid consistent with sound and conservative manage ment. To this end the Citizens State Bank invites your business and the busi ness of tlie people in general. ibis re liable corporation has been established THE ARLINGTON STEAM LAUNDRY. Missis. C. It. Ames and D. B. Gary are proprietors of the Arlington Steam Laundry, which has been established in this city for seven years. We recotll men 1 it to our many readers and friends because it is a union bouse, conducted upon union principles, and a firm which give- fair treatment to all it - patrons. Their work is first class at first-class prices, so wash and keep clean. The Arlington Steam Laundry will help yon. Phone S. 491. R. L. VAUGHAN, "CLOTHES HOUSE." Arlington lias bad Air. 11. 1.. V'aughan, the clothes man. among her many pros pericis b...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

24 STANWOOD, WASH D. 0. PEARSON, DEALER IN MER CHANDISE. D. 0. Pearson, who i- proprietor ol the general merchandise store, lias been established in the business since the year 77. IL- i- a capable business man in every way. His stock Comprises an excellent line of dry .."""I-, groceries, hoot- ami shoes, Yon can reach this firm by either phone, Sunset or Inde pendent . SILVANA, WASHINGTON FRED M. KENDRICK, DEALER IN GENREAL MERCHANDISE. Silvana, ;i proaperoui Utile town in Snohomish county, can boas! of having one of the nicesl general merchandise PEOPLE'S UNION MEAT MARKET. Mr. It. E. Ilendle i- manager of the People's 1 nion Meat Market, lie handles everything in fresh ami -alt meat, and ham and bacon. This company pay- the highest price for veal, mutton, 1 f ami pork ami -eil- the satin to it- customers, Nothing but the best i- what you gel, Mr. 11,-mile, who ha- I n in tlie meat business for the pa-' nine year-, i- an adept at hi- work, lie knows what tc buy an,l what not 1,, b...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

ous other implements useful to tlie farm er or gardener. They also arc agents for tlm De Laval dairy separators, which have grow n so popular with the daily owners. In addition to I lie merchandise department tiny conduct a meat mar ket, which i- called the Silvaua Larding Llnion Here you may at any time of the year purchase the host kinds of Is'cf. pork and mutton: also properly cured ham- and liacon-. fresh and -alt meats. This firm pays highest prices the year MONROE CHERRY VALLEY IRON WORKS. W"f two years tin- Cherry Valley Iron flpn k- has lieen operated in thi- city, at the i of North P.lakely street. This for| nation are uiaehiiii-t». founders, bin ,-initli- .mil model makers, who turn out nothing l,ul lir-t class work. They aw m.uiul.i, turor- of concrete block ma FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MONROE a|S\ hat -peaks plainer for a city's wel far- and it- pr,,ere--ion than its hanks! Ho h -aid an in\o-t,,r feel- if t In lit' i,'Wii-ite which Im has cho-eii for hit in,- home ha- an es...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

GRANITE FALLS, WAS 4 GRANITE FALLS MERCANTILE CO., INC. Messrs. <. M. Hess, president; H. \V. Bates, vice-president; S. E. Hess, secre tary, and 0. 0 Si ker»on, treasurer, all well-known and esteemed citizen- of Granite Ealls, omprise the firm of the Granite Ealls Mercantile Co., 1n... which has been established for two years. This concern, which deals absolutely fair with it- customers, handles a first-class line >.f dry goods, groceries, hardware, cloth ing, millinery. -I -. furnishings, paints, oils building material, etc. The service given the public i- without flaw and the price- the best p issible, WILLOUGHBY & GALLAUGHER. "Complete House Furnishers." For twelve yeara Willoughb) & Gall sugher have furnished homes. I hey are experts in that line and carry a com plete stock of household goods, etc.; also have a line line of paint* and varnishes, 'these men are worthy citizens and so licit the trade of all people for the) aim to please with goods and price-. GRANITE...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

EVERETT BREWING CO. j?Fvcr It" W hat .' Oh. that Everett ls'er' Haven't you heard of it before? Why. everybody drink- Kverett beer. Hurry ii]> an I join the crowd. There is no better drink any where in the South. East. West or North than the beer man ufactured by the Kverett Brewing Co., which has its brewery at Thirty-third and Smith avenue. Mr. Albeit Burke, manager of this big concern, lias been in the brewing business for the past fifteen year- and thoroughly understand- his work. lie ha- managed the Kverett brewery for the past three years. Bfarything iv the plant i- strictly up ■ ■ t —— i j ■■■ rgmt - ~ ' jft husiuess man in the city who is a self made man from top to bottom and one who is gaining success rapidly is Alb,!' V Smith. r,-al estate dealer. Mr. Smith is sole owner of the $2.00 For CHARLES LAWRY, JR. fvetett boast- of many esteemed oiti sen- among them Mr. Charles Lawry. <M, county treasurer. Mr. Lawry, who Ha young man. has been a resident of the county for U...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

2 H H. L. Hughes, editor of the Spokane Labor World, who will deliver the annual Labor Day address in Everett, September 2, 1912. THE STONE-FISHER CO. Our readers are anxious to give their combined support and patronage to those (inns and business nan thai have shown the proper Interest in tbe wel fare "i labor. We dosiro Hi rail pai tieulnr attention to tin- abuvi concern, as the} are heartily in sympathy with tin- labor movement when properly con ducted, and have always been mani festly fair and progressive. Tin, have never opposed tl"- brood, undi i■,■_■ principles of organized labor, and urk ing people make no mistake in pat niz ing this well known concern, whir built up i' substantial trade tin it- commendable business methods. Stone-Fisher Co. was organized fin year- ago, when they occupied a stun with a thirty foot frontage-. Now. their attractive -tor-.- mi tlm corner of Hew in and Wetmore avenues, i- 00x100 ft., having two floor- ami a balcony. Tiny deal in drvg Is. suit-, ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

ACME THEATER. Tin- Acme Theater, located at 2919 Wetmore avenue, i- one of the largest patronized t hcatc'- in the city. It has recent l\ undergone repairs ami is now practi ally a new house, so thoroughly has ii l n remodeled. Mr. S. V. Moul ton, who ha- lived ill Everett for the past four year-, i- manager. This i- his first year in the business and if tho future patronage of the house can be judged by tin- past, then Mr. Moulton i- an ex pert manager. This theater will seal six hundred people very coinfortnbrly. (JJ course the -eating capacity lias I n lowered somewhat to make more aisle space, Emm twenty siv to thirty pen pie are employed by the Acme, which produce, mclo-drama, tragedy and com edy, put mi by the best -tuck companies on the loa-t. There i- a rest room for ladic- which make- it po--ible for the feminine trend to appear at il - best. Another thing which add- to the pupil U. I. Uvhh. deputy, prosecuting attor ney '•H -In ' 111 -'i , unity. I - ,1 x\ -.lent being ii ...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

Charles Perry Taylor, secretary-treasurer of the Washington State Fed eration of Labor, who is in Everett this week delivering a series of illustrated lectures at the Labor Temple. Perry Xlles was l)orn ami raised nn a farm in i hat gI ■. I.| linckcvi -■ ite. Ohio, He -till thinks that next tv \\ .>->, ington Ohio i- the grandest state n tin. I nion. He came to this stati t four j ears ago ami hit a beeline fi homisli county ami has claimed his in thi- county ever since. Perry »i - i- a real pioneer and i- known by every nld resident of the county. He i- a eh engineer hy profession and ha- spent many year- in railroad and private wink. We was assistant land commissioner of the -tate from January. HlOfi, tn lie cemher, ItKXt, \VhJlc following hi- line of work both lor the -tate ami private concerns he became acquainted with con dition in every part of the -tate and has a practical, first hau l knowledge nf timber ami land values second to none. Combined with professional experi...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

Mr. 11. I. Ha— ill i- mayor of Kverett. I his ha- Ii i his homo for fourteen years. Me i- an enthusiastic believer that Kverett i- to hive a great future. He say- "No other city on the Pacific coast has such a beautiful sotting an I few in the world can ei|iial it. A coronet of towering mountains, the great sweep ing forest lad valleys, the deep and peaceful watois of Port Gardiner, tin islands beyond, a rich delta through which flow- in seven navigable streams the water- of a great river, all make it most attractive to home makers. The resources of the city arc unex celled. Think of oni of the largest hoilics of commercial tiinls-r in the worhl lying close about 11-. -nine of the richest fa.rming lands iv (he world at our door, treasure filled hills with unlimited water power within a few miles, both fresh an I -alt water harbor facilities of very gnat extent, tic- terminal grounds of three trail-continental railway- with the lowest freight rate- of any seaport in* Washington to in...

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