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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 January 1913

LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS ■' ApotherWho Saw Rouse Simmons. W est Allis, Jan, 11.—Having had a talk' with the captain of the Ann Arbor L ^No,! 5 about the fate ’of - the schooner • , Rouse Simmons, both he and the mate • of the steamer informed me th at they ■/ bad seen the Vessel on the afternoon of the day she m et her fate. According ' to their story the carferry was about / five miles off Kewaunee and three miles to the north’ard when- they 3iglited the schooner about 2 o'clock. She was fly­ ing no signals of distress as far as they could see, although she was about half a mile from them a t the time. The vessel appeared 'to' be listed badly arid they thought something was .wrong but as there was no signals visible they did . nqtideeih.it necessary to go to her, nev­ er thinking but what 'she would make harbor* in safety. She wari carrying reefed foresail, staysail and * standing , Jib, i and was heading up for the shore. ' They wondered a t the time why she ./Wasn’t headi...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 January 1913

THE STURGfiON BAY ASVoCATlvJANUARY 33, 19X3,. WISCONSIN’S STATE PRISON. Ranks Among First in United States in EfOcl* ‘ ency and Way of Being Condoled. , V As the w-arilon of, th e s ta te prison, . Rev. Daniel Woodward, w as form erly pastor of the M. R. liurch in' this city, a chapter on the institution under 'his charge m ay prove of in terest: * -.Wisconsin’s state prison population ~now is .751.. The women inm ates of the ■ penitentiary numbers 25, biit the life term ers are approaching 100. This year murder, see,roingly, w as a frequent crime in Wisconsin, for the addition to the “lifers\" column wa3 considerable. W ith­ in the prison w alls there exists no dis­ crim ination in th e treatm ent or work _r. between life term ers and convicts who know th a t they, will not be obliged to toil all th eir y ears in prison garb. Lest, however, prospective evildoers should conceive th e idea th a t the state prison is filled to ^and beyond capacity ■ and th a t, therefore, they c...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 January 1913

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, JANUARY 23, 1913. g s r t t g . A W O K U fS HOOD. •'• Oh, to be alone! ■' ■ ' ■ To escape from\" the work, th e play, T he talking every day :: ■ • To escape from all I have done* ’ And aft that remains to do To es’cape-^-yes, even from-, you, ! My only love and be • Alone 'and free. Could I'' only' stan d. Between gray moor and gray sky, : W here the w inds and the plovers cry. And no man is a t hand, ^ And feel the free w ind blow • On my rain-w et face, and know ,. I am ’ free—-not yours, b u t my own— /F ree and alone. F or the sof$ firelight And the hom e of your h eart, n y dear. They., hu rt, b e in g a lw a y s liere. 1 w a n t' to! stan d u p rig h t And to coql fmy eyes in the air. And to see'how my back can bear • Burdensr—to ' try , to know, . To learn,, .to grow. A X am only you! . •• ■ ' \\ I am yours, part of you, your wife!‘ Add I have no other life. . .1 cannot think, cannot do I : cannot breathe, • cannot see, There is “us\" b ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 January 1913

THE STORGBON BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 23, 1913., J ' P E R S O N A L iS , Entered in the Post-office at-, Sturgeon Bay, Wts.V as secona-cJass matter, ■ Dudley S. Long, Business Manager. P u b lish ed E v ery T h u rs d a y a t .S turgeon, •â– '■ Bay, W is.. ■•â– .-,.• , R A T E S OF SU B S C R IP T IO N . ' .: O ne y e a r .. . . . ----- . . . . . . . . — — . .$1-50 S ix m o n th s .............................. F o u r m o n th s . ...... 60 •Two m o n th s......................................................... -ft S in g le c o p ies.......................'................... Tw o d o lla rs w ill b e ch arg ed if n o t paid w ith in t h e . year. Sturgeon. Bay, AVis., January 23, 1013. The ea3e of Insurance Commissioner Ekern came to a head Tuesday when an attem pt was made to throw him out of his office by main force. Backed by L. L. Johnson, the assemblyman from Door and Deputy Commissioner Beedle he held the office until the sheriff and an attorney arrived with an injunct...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 January 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 23, 1913. Eagles Move.~The Eagles have mow­ ed tlieiir, lodge rooms to- the upper floor oft the buijding occupied by Jacob Arnold. 1913 Buicka Arrive.—The’first carload of tlievl913 Bui(& autorp)obiles were re­ ceived by the j. C. Dana Co. Saturday. Parents Post.—Tlie’ jpostofllee depart­ ment - lias been receiving on an average of about fifty packages a day for parcel post delivery tlie past week or so. “Incarnation.’*—The musical program at the Congregational church on Fri­ day evening was- well rendered and the large crowd that had turned out to lis­ ten to the' “Incarnation” were' well pleased with the entertainment.. Lenten Season.—Lent begins this year on Febriiary 5tli hiid ends ori ifarch 23d. This is the earliest date ’ that Easter _ lias' fallen : since the ’ year 1856, and if the past is any guide this date . will be conducive to the display of mill­ inery finery. Planing Mill Closes,—'Tfie planing mill of the Washburn ' compan...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 January 1913

THE STURGEON,BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 2 3, M ix BXXED 3FEHNS. •T ossing th e ir lo v ely p lu m y h eed s, : T h ro u g h m isty s p ra y s o f p am p as ‘.■ g ra s s , . ■ ■ ( ■ w \"(... . ’.Nod fe rn b o u q u e ts a b o u t m y room , 'As w arm a lr-c u rre n ts s o ftly ,p ass. ... W h en fre s h ly g a th e r e d ,h o w th ey swoon- V ( ed. • H eld close In m y fe rv id claBp, T lte s e w ild-w ood ch ild ren , f a ir a n d free, U n to u ch ed b y e a g e r m o rta l g rasp. I laid th e m 1 s o ftly o n e by one, E ach w o n d ro u s fre tte d , fa iry plum e. . I n papei- c e re m en ts from sig h t, , ■ A n d l e f t In d a rk n e ss to th e ir doom. To' lie b e n e a th a b u rd en ’s w eig h t, P o o r h e lp le ss th in g s, so pale, so fa ir. M y .hand seem ed cruel, p re ssin g dow n I T he. f a in tin g fibre p risoned there. • B u t w hen th e s h a rp N ovem ber frost* H ad k issed to d eath , w ith in th e wood„( ■ T h e fe rn s I spared, m y sp ra ys, rele...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 January 1913

THE STTOGEtfCTBA? ADVOCATE/JANUARY 23, a b o u n d t h e w ix tte b t c b e . W e ' E i t h e r • ’ro u n a- Jthe w in te r fire, ' • W ith o u t th e fierce w in d s b lo w ,. v : And th ro u g h th e s h u tte r m ost- co ld ly m u tte r . . A s o n g o f th e fa llin g snow . ' W e re a d th e b ooks w e love to rea d . ' W h e n ' w e w ere g irls a n d boys, A n d y o u n g - ey es 1 g lis te n w h ile ' y o u n g h e a r ts lis te n !■ •â–  T o ta le s t h a t a re b r ig h t w ith jo y s . W e s in g th e so n g s w e u se d to sin g : I n th e d a y s o f old la n g syne. A n d t h e sw e llin g c h o ru s a s p e ll th ro w s • o 'e r u s.' • T h a t se em s a lm o s t divine. W e look u p o n the p ic tu re s old T h a t h a n g a g a in s t th e w all. . A nd m an y a p le a su re w ith p e rfe c t m eas- . u re . .' - T h e ir fa c e s do rec a ll. M y h a ir is-g ro w in g w h ite w ith ag e, . B u t m y h e a rt is w a rm w ith m irth . W h ile w e fo n d ly g a th e...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 January 1913

** ^ _____________ • _ _________ • . THE STURQBQM BAT jpTOMW. J « j « T ' ' ' ' / V . *\" _ . ' ' \" ' , ^ COUNTY NEWS. [Continued From First Page] The exodjm of young people from the island still continues. Chas. -Gislasen, Len Shellstvick. and Mi33 Dora Hansen left recently for Chicago to . remain .in- definitely. : ■ Thcre'has been no sleighing th at could be called by the name so far this winter, . the patches of snow, not being good for slipping ahd spoiling the wheeling. The warm Bpell the latter: pprt of last week ■ even dissipated the little snow that was to be seen. The mail continues to be brought lrete w ith, the gasoline boat, al­ though the ’’Door:’ has frozen across.' There is still considerable sickness among the people on the island, of those \\vho were on the list, but now. convales­ cing, is Dh Boucein. Lawrence Hahn- kup'er, who ,was quite ill with an attack of appendicitis, is also able to be around again. • v ' ‘ . ...'• P IS H O BEBK. : There are a larg...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 January 1913

‘ ' ‘V 73*' . .V • ' : ! * ' ' . / • - I ^ - 1 ' ' - r . ' * \" • i / _ - *' , ' ‘ « -I ^ ' | ' ! , , 51. NO 45 ... , ■ . STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, JANUARY 30 1913. $1.50 A YEAR, LOCAL # GENERAL MARINE NEWS ’•Â»Â» A irs ABOTTOD CHICAGO. [Special Correspondence! The tu g Leslie went into commission on Monday after having been .laid up for several weeks. . The tug H arvey has gone into com mission for the season after receiving a general overhauling a t the South Chi- ' cago yards. The new steel tug formerly the A. Fisher has been rechristened the Oscar F. Meyer in honor of the north side pack­ ing house man -Diver. John McCievey took a trip to the bottom of the Chicago river on the 23d to recover a big piece of shafting, the Anderson diving apparatus .being used on the job. - The Great Lakes Dredging company h as a force of men and several power­ ful derricks on the job trying to raise 'th e waterlogged steel dump scow in the lake front basin. The high diver of the naval shi...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 January 1913

THE STURGEON EaVADVOCATE, JANUARY 30, 1913. STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. ~A mad dog scare in the city of Pe-,!i- tigo has caused the mayor to issue or­ ders that all dogs either he mizzled or .killed. - 1 The city of Manitowoc reads the state in the sale of the Red Cross Christmas sttamps and will be awarded first prize —an open air school. Manitowoc, county is making prepara­ tions to adopt the uniform system of •accounting, the .state tax commission having been asked to install it. The plant of the Van Motre-Welch ' , Printing Co. at New lUclimond, Wis., was destroyed by fire Wednesday with a loss of $10,000, which was pnrtly cov­ ered by isurance. The Tiines-Prcss, one of the oldest weeklies in Manitowoc county, has sus­ p e n d e d publication. The daily Hcral,d has.taken its' place, both being published by the same company. Thomas Pascoe of Mariette, one of '.lie oldest miners on Gogebic range, was killed Friday by being buried under the earth that fell\" from one of the side walls...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 January 1913

THE STUSGB6N BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 3V 1913. CVBMiaq SCENES. When gently sinks the sun to rest, v While shedding his departing ray. Soft azure:' clouds bedecked .the west, And bid adieu the God of day! Then, pensive twilight intervenes, And draws its mantle: close around Till night unsurps the quiet scenes, ... That wrapp’d In darkness, sleep- pro­ found. .The twinkling stars, soon one by one, Look out from their bright orbs on high, . ^ Sparkling in each sphere a sun, _V Bright patterns .wrought by Deity! Now drives the Moon her sllv’ry. car, Amid these glitt'rlng gems of night Casting her trem'lous beams afar,- In dancing gleams of crystal light. ■ Her shimin’ring paths upon the deep, ■ Invite the ravish’d eyes to seej . W hlls o’er the landscape shadows creep, In gay fantastic revelry. On yonder clouds that slowly rise, Athwart1'pale Cynthia's shining face, Figures of uncouth shape and size, , Delighted fancy there may trace. Can any view these -scenes so dear, • And turn unm...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 January 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 30, 1913. Wit $ iuvg ww |*Mj giiUwatc E n te re d in th e . Post-office a t Sturgeon . Baj’, Wls., as second-class m atter. Dudley S. Long. Business Manager. Published Every T hursday a t Sturgeon Bay, Wls. R A T E S O F SU B SC R IPT IO N , y e a r . ........... .51.60 One . Six m onths. .Four m onths..................................... ‘Tw o m o n th s ............................... •Single co pies. .............................. . Two dollars w ill be charged If not paid • w ithin the year. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., January 30, 1013. A O O K U tm X T V BBVXVA&. With the beginning of another year let there be a community revival. It /may be an excellent plan for 'the two civic clubs that have been organ­ ised to promote the welfare of the .city and county to take this matter under consideration. In a community revival it will be possible to create a feeling of fellowship, comradeship and neigh­ borly consideration that may be ’ the • means of a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 January 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOQATE, JANUARY 30) 1013. / LOCAL ITEMS. . L etterL ist—T. K. Hnave, Mrs. Mary Kaiser, Frank Nelson, Nina Sanderson. The Woman’s Missionary Society of the Congregational church will meet with Mrs.' Larkin Tuesday, Feb. 4th a t*2:30 p. m. \" No .Council Tuesday—There■:will be no meeting of the council next Tues­ day evening, the session being postpon­ ed:until the regular meeting on the ■ third Tuesday. Wm. Falk Funeral.—The funeral of the late Wm. Falk was held from the home on Saturday afternoon. Rev. J. It, Sizer officiated and the M. E. choir rendered the songs. The remains were interred at Bavside. Fell Down Stairs.—Mrs, George Glass had the misfortune to slip and fall down stairs on Wednesday, sustaining a se­ vere shock, and injuries that will lay her up for a couple of weeks, although no bones were broken. In Police Court.:—William Jackson had David Houle arrested Tuesday on the charge of assault, and he plead guilty . to the charge and was fined $1 ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 January 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 30/1913. ■' . W IU B O F X B U 8 . \"Male o f T exas ere w e p a rt,’ Tell me why you ■will, hot start .. ' Or, If really-you must balk,- ^ Pray .excuse my wicked talk . Hear my vow before I -go, I’ll be even with you, though. v By your long tall unconflned, Wooed by every passing wind By those heels, so -wondrous swift, AVhich can men o’er tree-tops lift By those ears that drop so low, I’ll lie even with you, though. By those ribs I long to baste, ' . By your show of d. b. taste, By the melancholy bray That alarms folks miles away ■By your stern resolves to whoa. I’ll be even with’ you, though. : Mule of Texas, X am gone. Think of me, sweet, when alone. For I fly to get a club v Then your blamed old back I’ll drub. If I cannot make you go. I'll be even with you though. FELLING A BIG TREE. BY GEO. H. COOMGR ..^ ^VVhile on a whaling voyage in the In dian Ocean, we had oil board our ship a brawny Vermonter, named Jonas 1 lol- loway, whom, irom ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 January 1913

rt ____________ ____________________________ — T u i S m A 6 iO K m .it ADVOCATE, JANUARY 301, 1913. tame, W T W IT E . t ffifet h e r 1ft the sp rin g time. W hen a ll th e w orld w as fa ir 'ft-'ftft--- W hen apple bloom and lilac ft P erfum ed the balm y, air W hen birds tlieir n est w ere m aking. 1 And Joy w as everywhere. - S he stood w ithin the garden.' And, w ith h er pruning shears. S he c u t and trained h er roses Now through the m ist o f y ears... I n happy memory still to me . • H er sw eet young face appears. So strong, so lith e and slender, .S he seem ed to be' as fa ir .-ft 7 ft\" A s w ere the E a ste r lilies T h a t bloomed abou t her there A nd so I found and asked her My farm er’s life to share. -ft ft • Today, she trim s h er roses— • . My w ife, so goood and sw eet— ft f t T he w hile ou r little children A re playing a t her feet . , A nd th ere are E a ste r lilies . To make the charm ‘ complete. : v ■ And m em ory's cherished picture I s not so fa ir a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 January 1913

(% / THE STURGEON-BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 30,1913. Our Store Wonderful ^araaiJL/iaper No Pins No Buttons ,i§ By special arrangement with- the owners of the patent, we are able to giye a free pattern for making the wonderful Vanta Diaper to every mother who will come to our store and ask for it at once. Vanta Diaper is perfect fit­ ting—no pins—no buttons— folds with extra thicknesses where needed, but without the harmful bulkiness of ordinary diapers which makes baby bow- legged. Fastens with just three twistless tape bows. The quantity of these Free Vanta Diaper Patterns allot­ ted to us is. limited—so come for your pattern at once-. /. It is absolutely free to yoti—nothing to pay—just come in and ask fur Fteo V anta Diaper Pattern, L. M. Washburn Go. End Disgusting CATARRH Monty Book From Stiles & Go. If CATARRHAL Misory Boos Hot Loavo You. I Try the sure wav. B reathe Booth’s . ■HYOMEI over th e sore, germ infected m em brane, kill the germs and'heal the sore spots. . .. U...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 February 1913

'i t 4 *• , / r «■ ' VOL. 51. NO 46 STURGEON BAY, W1S.. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1913 C .$ ’. $1.50 A YEAiv lx jg a l^ g en era lm a rin e neve® Algoma Lighthouse Keeper Drowned. ■ Gua. Umberham, the \\ighthouse keep er of Algoma was accidently drowned on Monday afternoon. / j-g' :: ’'■'■'•'■. From the reports received here of the accident it happened in the lake •between Kewaunee and Algoma. It ap­ pears that he was on his way home on one.of'th e. -fishing/boats operatingout of Algoma an i while the boat was roll­ ing in the heavy/sea he opened a door to look out. When he did this the craft •gave a heavier lurch than .usual and he lost his balance and went overboard. Before the craft could reach him he had sank out of sight. The body was not recovered at last report?. He had been in the service for the past 28 years and leaves a wife and large family of children. Prairie avenue, at the age of 68 years He was known to many of the captains and sailors of the Great Lakes ha...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 February 1913

^ V^^+7v|V‘ *' ‘ THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 6, 1913. AN INTERESTING SOUVENIR REV^ A. BROENS lN .PAMPHirr ClVES HIS- TORY OF ST. JOSEPH CONGREGATION \" IN IBIS COY. WONDERFUL PROGRESS SHOWN Rev. Alph. Broens has ju.?t caused to be issued a. souvenir of-the silver jubi- less of liis pastorate of St. Joseph church in ' this city, which interesting event took place last September. The souv­ enir is a booklet containing a history of the congregation in this city from the time of its organization. .- Although these ber he landed at a ' point where - there was an Indian village (probably Circle Ridge) and.reraainedthere three -dayS instructing ■ and- tninistcritlg to the In klians. Proceeding on tlieir journcythey carried their canoes across the portage to Lake Michigan,’survfeying, as it were, the, ship canal of two centuries later. .History remains silent for nearly two centuries. . . In the year 1805 the-first-Catholic settlers, though, scattered over a large territory, deci...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 February 1913

NEWS IN BRIEF : Mnu Cornelius VanEssen, a pioneer of Oconto died a t -her . Home in ' th a t city Thursday a t th e‘rage of 8(T years-. J A 'Wisconsin grower of barley wbn ' the world's championship a t the N ation a l corn and grain'exposition a t Colum­ bian s.' C. • - . Mrs. Francis Bellman and Mrs. Cor­ nelius Collins, sisters, of West Algoma became the mothers o£ a boy and girl, ■respectively, a t the same tim e.! Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Lenz of Burl- : ington, and Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Aikens of, Reedsburg celebrated the fiftieth anni- / versary of their-wedding , day 'last week. Spring Valley, Wis., had a $10,000 ' fire when the Commercial House, ■ the largest hotel in the place was destroyed. Insurance of $4,000 is all th at covers the loss. / V • Wrapped in a covering of old clothes the body of an infant was found on the railroad track near W est Bend. An innocent victim of some poor girl’s folly ' and man's perfidy. •' The deputy game warden a t Green ' Bay lias decided t...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 February 1913

. IHE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATi:, FEBRUARY 6, 191 j. • '- J ’ _ - / ' ^ E n te re d in th e F o st-afllce a t S tu rg eo n Bay, W is.. a s scco n d -c la ss m a tte r. Dudley . S. Long, Business Manager. Published Every T hursday a t Sturgeon Bay. Wls. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION, y e a r.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . $ '1 . 5 0 — One . Six m o n th s.. F our m onths. \"Two m onths. .50 ..25 .05 Two dollars w ill be charged If not paid within the year. SiVgeon 'Bay, Wis., February 0, l i ­ lt is not likely tlint Mrs. Wm. Clark of Cleveland, Ohio, will be envied to honors ..slie has \"attained of being the champion mother, nor will any strenu­ ous effort be mnde to eclipse her record of having' given birth to t\\venty-3even children. ' Although only 35 years old, Mrs, Clark is credited with two sets of quadruplets, three sets triplets and five pairs of twins. Of the twenty-sev­ en born only six survive/ however. ! r Wx I® I S ■ ■- . . ’ The numerous press reports of...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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