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R OUTINGS AND VACATION TRIP!
[May Desire to Go —Here You’ll p For Your Vacation BIo’MUCH FOR SO LITTLE MONEY COOL SHADE a SUPERB BOATINOAT THE FLATU "land of heart's and» sire” In most ivenlent fashion It cam boat trips, unparalleled any ce for th» beauty of the scenery Ich lines the alt ore of lakes and era, are everywhere available e verdant gb-ns and dales of heati ll Put-ln-lay* loih I’lant lrland. ihmoo j ark and tin numerous re ts nlona the St. Clair river and ke St Clair, are but a few of tbo <( ons Imirtl nn >f «l I'air.) EMKE HAS POPULAR PLACE Dre of the moat popular place* a' ) fatuous St. Clair Klats Is /CLUB Manager i. CLAIR FLATS >nm ha\f> bf*#*n !»«•* nf*i<l** for th*' of non-memhom can h*>rurr ncconi «rw only. Join fhp club. Member- Dinners, Steaks, l a la Carte f * 0, you have two and one-half hour* l>etrolt on the Taahmoo. Take the Stegmeyer Ferry Below Former Belle Isle Bridge X)DS g and inners § breezes of Lake St. of Lakeview Ave. iplendid Cuisine. ’ the strict supervision etor LEASE ’PHONE Carl Steck, Proprietor. I.emke's at Sans Sourl. on Horsenu Island. Always a high class hotel. ISLAND LAKE HOTEL Island Lake, Mich. On Per** Marquette R. R., 42 miles from iN-troit by motor out Grand River ave. A nice place to visit over the Fourth. Fishing, Boating, Hath Ing. etc. Excellent Meals. Rates from $S to sl2 per week. Address A. (L BROWN, Prop. BRIGHTON, MICH. Island Lake Bex. Celebrate the Glorious Fourth AT THE IDEAL RESORT ON ST. CLAIR FLATS “THE VENICE OF AMERICA.” Star Island House Is the largest hotel <sn the Flats and is run on strictly up-to-date lines, with new and experienced management. For the Fourth of July there will be many special attrac tions, the features l>eing Motor Boat Races Morning and Afternoon Dancing in the Willow Garden Afternoon Fireworks and Preparedness Ball Evening Besides the finest fishing, best boating, good bathing. Make reservations now for Saturday to Tuesday or for Monday night and Tuesday. Ix>ng distance phone. Splendid music and special cabaret attractions. STAR ISLAND HOUSE Chas. S. Emerson, Prop., Star Island. Mich. When in Town Stop at Hotel Wobrock H/\ /> i»l| O Op*n«il»« 59 Cadillac bquare jais. Guests will find the Wobrock a home-like place to stop. Well lighted and well ventilat ' ed rooms with all modem con veniences. Good meals, all well served. , Handy to shopping district, all theaters and car lines. HENRY C. WOBROCK, Proprietor. Phone Cherry 3352. the place has Just been entirely re modeled with a view to giving con venient accommodations for single roomers or families. New furniture has been placed In each room and the comfort and con venience of guests provided for in every way, I.emke’s has always enjoyed a large share of patronage from re sort ers and outers at the Flats and the fish, frog and chicken dinners there are famous. The hotel is conducted on the European plan as this has proven much more satisfactory to the guests. Walter lx*mke the proprl* etor has a large personal following among Detroiters who frequent the Flats each season. Orchard Lake Hotel ORCHARD L AKE, MICH. A summer resort, situated In the Burden of nature, with a l . autlful lake and plenty of good fishing and boating Beautiful woodlands, walks, drives. 1.000 feet above sea level. Each meal a banquet. Chicken, ftsh. with all meals. A sure place where jour mother and sister mnv corns. Rates. $9 and sl2 week. Dr. E. (\ W ood word, Prop. DETROIT TIMES Varied, Attractions, Unsurpassed Scenic Splendors of Michigan’s Summer Resorts Michigan again la ready to welcome the summer visitor. To the seeker after verdant land- and forests, purling brooks, rippling streams and billowing lakes, no other ter ritory In the country offers so strong inducements as does the Wolverine state, and already the annual influx of sum mer pleasure seekers is flooding the resorts of the state. Touched on two sides by more than a thousand piiles of lake shores, waters of two of the greatest Inland seas of the world, and Interlaced with streams and rivers rich in the wllv finny inhabitants of the deep, Michigan is the most desirable of summer pleasure places. In climate, It is incomparable. Ju«t far enough north to he within the confines of the belt where the happy weather medium holds forth, It basks during the summer season In the congenial warmth of the summer sun, whose heat is happily moderated by the moist breezes that bear with them the coolness of the lakeb and forests. Dotted with resorts, cottages and hotels, accommoda tions for the vacationist are everywhere available. An al most uninterrupted string of desirable nummor abodes stretch from one end of the. state to the other, on banks of streams and lakes, and In cool and green grown forest places. From Mackinac and Sault Ste. Marie, down the St. Mary's river, on the St. Clair and along the southern end of Lake Michigan, the state Is dotted with places of recreation and summer relaxation from office, shop and factory. This happy hunting grounds of the vacationist Is conveni ently centered amid railroad and steamship transportation surroundings. Trains from any large middle western city or surrounding country reach the resort places within, at the most, 12 or 15 hours, and boats plying on the lakes and rivers afford the traveler a waterway inducement that la not to be scorned. Traveling, whether by rail or boat, JE llJi Bii KMI .Cii JM The “Resort Special” Bringing Summer Vialtore to Lake Michigan Coaet Reeorte. Mount Clemens Mineral Water BATHS World renowned for the treatment of Rheumatism and Kindred Ailments You who suffer front rheumatism, nervous troubles or overwork—the beautiful suburban city, with its wonderful curative mineral water baths, promises healing for your ailments. The Mount Clemens mineral waters are powerful iodo-bromo-sulpho-salines, obtained from wells aver aging a depth of 1,200 feet. Each bath of about 65 gallons contains 125 lbs. of aggregate minerals. No other mineral baths in this country or Europe offer the peculiar combination of minerals in solution which physicians recognize as sO especially indicated in cases of rheumatism, nervous and blood diseases. Nowhere in the world can there be found waters of such marvelous efficacy. Thousands of people testify to the wonderful cures effected by these famous Min eral Waters during the past fifty years. Mount Clemens is delightfully situated, only 20 miles from Detroit; interurban cars every 15 minutes. Tfic hotels are modern throughout. Food deliciously prepared and daintily served. All hotels give special attention to automobile par ties. Boating, fishing and fine recreative sports, with lake and country air. A refreshing tonic for all who come. The Riverview Golf Course is on a car line adjacent to the city and convenient to all hotels. Playing priv ileges secured for guests. There is a good automobile road from Detroit to Mount Clemens directly out Gratiot avenue. It is now in good condition. Illustrated Rooklet and f\»ll information furnished free. Address Business Men’s Association, Mount Clemens, Michigan. reveals also to the visitor the natural beauties of a mani fold heaven blessed Eden. As was usual In other years, the railroads will run resort "special for the convenience of those who are seeking the sylvan glades and sparkling waters of the resort state. Mackinac Island has been long famous as a park of natural beauty. Among Its attractions are the various statues of celebrities, excellent hotel accommodations and anew golf course, not to mention its well kept streets and walks and meadows. Petoskey and Bay View also have come In for their share of the praise of the lover of nature’s loveliness. The Intermediate lakes, sztendlng In ■KT A Crucial Point In the Game an almost unbroken chain from 'Williamsburg to Charle voix, ofTer untold opportunities to the boater and fisher man. A trip on the steamer? boarded at Elk Lake and Round Lake, Torch river and Torch lake, across "Old Torch" to Alden. Rex Terrace and Skegemog are two points of In terest stopped at on the way. BIGGEST BARGAIN ON THE CHAIN OF LAKES Kingsville-on-the-Lake Subdivision """ ' f „ ■ . . .1 Eight Hundred and Twenty-Five Feet Lake Erie Water Front. Beautiful piece of high, level, sodded land, overlooking lake. Good BATHING, BOATING and FISHING! Twenty minutes’ wslk from Pere Marquette station. Prop erty equivalent to this in the same vicinity selling at SSO per foot. Will sell in BLOCK for S2O per foot. Take a run over in your automobile. This property is just the same as I represent it, and will cost you nothing to look it over. CONKLIN & BRETHOUR Telephone 41 or 38. Kingsville-on-the-Lake. Don’t wait till the last moment and then make a slipshod selection. Arrange for them now, when you can be assured of their best quality and serviceability at prices here that mean a genuine saving. \ IN SUITCASES, TRAVELING BAGS AND HANDBAGS i 1 t\’e flatter ours«lves that we have a selection that for value la second to none. I.et us show 1 them to you. Automobile Guides, Books and Maps— covering any section of the country that you wish to visit —very complete. Leather Traveling Sett— mighty handy In a case of necessity. Address Booka— a big convenience for route lists and addresses. Trip Booka —ln which you can record your most Interesting trips and experiences. Albums for Kodak Pictures that will pre serve the scenes of greatest Interest to you. QUICORYfIAYER & THOM fP. STATIONERY—PRINTING —BLANK BOOKS LOOSE LEAr DEVICE9-OmCE fURNITURE CADILLAC SOUAPE DETROIT. AMO hi. I’ItI.XTKIIP.. HTATIONKKJ*. LITH'HJ HAf’IIRi.A, !.Of»SK Lfc.VF DKVICKS. BLANK IJOOKO. STATION »:*ItV. OFFICE FL’llMTl'ltK " , . 1 ■ • v *- : ; : ’- « * iBPF •„ v '■y* ■;" ’ 'v a.t 4 '* ' ** " , Ai;.’’. -W&’ ‘'■ - ■ A Vista Near Laland *• W H • | rs §3 t * Fishermen find their haven of delight at Fisherman’* Paradise on the eastern shore of Orasa lake, where U)+; resort Is springing up with alacrity. Torch lake hil jfc| boy’s camp, conducted by the Y. M. C. A. under the <UfM*v tlon of F. P. Knapp, wrho was director of the camp last year. A clubhous , dining lodge, baseball diamond, tetffclf;; courts and athletic field are Included in the camp layout; -.'JM \ So numerous are the beauty spota and pleasure-laden glens and bowers of the state, that an attempt to mention all would consume a volume. F.ach year, as further ex* -1 ploratlons are made by the venturesome resorter more and : more of the natural treasures are revealed and unfolded to "I the light, until Michigan has become a honeycomb of sum mertime Joy and sports. With unbounded hospitality, she* extends to those who seek the liberty to share the heaven* sent sights, breathe the perfume laden air and hear the thrill bearing song birds whose beauty, freshney and har~7 mony are the happy environments throughout the summer: of the fortunate Michigan dweller. HAVE YOU PLANNED YOUR VACATION SUPPLIES YET? The Route of Michigan's Best Summer Resorts Pere Marquette » l Detailed Information regarding Hotels, Rates and Train Schedules furnished on request. Ask for our booklet "Michigan Summer Resorts.” Pere Marquette Railroad City Ticket Office, Dime Bank Bldg. Writing Cases, Tourists’ Tablets, Foun tain Pena and Note Paper are absolute n« cessltles for any extended trip. Whatever you want, come to us we will endeavor to serve your best interests In the most courteous way. If too busy to come to the store. Phone Main 5246 and we will send a representative PAGE 9 /*■