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\\A. CALL MAN AND MOTOR TO THtM,| 1 r ~‘ l J ~' v*r~ | Michigan Is preparing to entertain ] [ an unusual Influx of visitor* from , I all part* of tbs country this turn jner. Ths groat majority of Imnt are unable to go abroad thi* year owing to the war and the r •ult 1* they are selecting the most desirable spot* In the T’nlted States to spend their vacations. To the I gaeker after verdant lands and for ! a«*ts primeval, of rippling stream*, i with darting trout, no other part of the vast country offers such tstrong Inducements as Michigan. The Wolverine state 1* touched on two aide* by the water* of two of fho greatest Inland seas of the world. The climate of the state is fiunoug for Its mildness. It Is Just fir enough north to be within the •onflnes of the belt where the Weather strikes a happy medium Sere, too* are the hunting grounds Os the fisherman, for the streams of tbs state abound In fish of all kinds. Hotel and oottage accommodation* ore Incomparable and easy of sc- Oees by train and boat. Long noted for Its coast resorts, Michigan this year promises to be more popular with tourists than ever. 0L Glair Flats, Bo is Blanc, Sugar bland and Put-ln-Bav are the ob rfaoftre points of thousands of excur- Monlits weekly during the summer. The Pere Marquette railroad runs to points on the west ooast of Mich igan and Lake Michigan, and to pQfts on lower ljake Huron. While the Michigan Central railroad Wffsra points on the east coast and ■pper Lake Huron. Now Under New Management TheWOODS Fisk, Frog and Chicken Dinners Enjoy the cool and refreshing breezes of Lake St. Gair at "The Woods," foot of Lakewood Blvd. Refined Surroundings. Splendid Cui3ine. “The Woods" is operated under the strict supervision of the Proprietor FOR RESERVATIONS PLEASE ’PHONE Hickory 68. Carl Steck, Proprietor. J ‘g HOTEL VENDOME .jV*- r FV XnjSpPP'JfWEmu Bp. tr. • •" Bf. r:J SwaP/r jy. ■ V-, * y • w JrtJyflHr "t Located One-Half Block from White Star Line and Northern Navigation Company'll landing RATES: American Plan s3.f>n and $3.50 Per Day Chan. A, Hand, Manager ■■■-■ 1 iL '~- ' ..... .1 THE NEW CLUB W. J. •)« HM4V MANAOKH Second Stop at St. Clair Flats Wills this Is s drivals «lnb. a number af roams have b**n net Slide for th* ue# or th* s*«*ra| public, er* that a limited number \Of non member* oan secure sccordmodations. fc,.on\s |i per day usd up. , Prlvst* lockers are fur club member* only. Join the dub -mernr ersti! n fee only It per year. Frog, Fish and Chicken Dinners Steaks, Chop*, Etc., Served ala Carte Advance arrangement! may be made for pertie* hv telephone. Hffular launch servlet. A large. *«>mfortebia launch will leeva ffce Kiw riuh avaya hour for sit L*rt» of th* Fiat* 3»c a rid* A flatting rerty *« th* lake #v«r> morning Ft chins equlpaaonl and boat* always on hand Leaving I»ftrn(t fi* the aflarnpon boat you have 14 hours at «*a »*W Crub Valor* returning to Detroit an the Tarhmoo - >0 riif# In the World I.lke Belle tele. Hundred. (ferae on the nfee*. ? Ja Any Outer «*onld He happy hero. w -v* • ■ *"* -Vikf'i. . *V. la I—>■ »*. ■ Then the larg** steamer Put-In- Bay, of the Aahley tk Dustin line, leaves Detroit avery day for Put-ln- Bey, Cedar Point, Cleveland and Sandusky. There are excellent bathing beaches at all these re sorts Mermnlda—end other.—on the twach. Unfit In* nt St. Hair Flat*. \ Gratiot Inn GRATIOT BEACH. PORT HURON. MICHIGAN, the best equipped summer resort hotel on the Great Lakes, opens today. Every room with hot and cold running v a'.er and there are many private baths. Golf, tennis, boating, bathing, fishing, and many other amusements. The most convenient resort, only three hours' ride from Woodward avenue. The rates are S2l per week including room and board. . On Wolf Lake Near Jackson Only AS mils* from Dt**ro!t by th* rout* on th* map b*!<yw. jn»,»trlo cars from Jackson every hour. Hplendid Boating and Fu*hlrg Flnesr Bathing Bt-arh !n the a*at*. OPEN JUNE 1 TO NOVEMBER 1 Home Cooking But'sr, Milk, Lggs and Wg#-»ab>s from our own farm. Special Fish, Frog and Chicken Dinners A Qootf meal and plenty af It.” American Plar, $2 50 per day. sl2 00 per week Special family and club rates. Wm. K. Mclntyre, Prop, and Manager Qraas Lake, M<cb. ,<& \ ° l [jl .C ' - C^ M * V lsland r ?J* ' \ yg'-mi - A- ■ iKx iimd! tql 1 iOH I O 1 -i ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES-IT PAYS DETROIT TIMES Take ‘The Cure" at Mount Clemens, Michigan, the greatest mineral baths in the world for rheumatism, arthritis, stomach and nervous disorders. For partial lars address. Colonial Hotel, Mt. Clemens, Michigan - - — . ■ .. ■ | - 1 ... ”■ '• /'Lc l j t WA"^!* , 3Ss!S v sg: 1 J t !L.-y^■ U . L . - 1 -!] THE ALLENEL SANITARIUM 406 Gratiot Ave. Mt. Clemens, Mich. A thoroughly modern *anltarlum, csforlng to patron* of the Mln**r*l Ha f h* Hpnclnl Diet* for the Hick. I’p-to-date nqulp m*nt. Price* mtxlrratH Newly ftirnlshed rorrnui. with or with out board, for th* well «srne as the sick. Correspondence solicited. Writs The Allenel, Mt. Clemans, Mtch. | Cedar Poi nt° w E 9 —The Finest lint hint; liearh In the World The largest Hotels on the Great T,nkes 9 Every Known Inviting Amusement H Tak*> a !l»tl<* vacation 'Mi aninraar and tn H iha rnmtdat* Hn<ri wt*icM h*a Evary Facility fnr K B*y*aVL Flaaaijra and Itarraatlon. ■ It wrH do f» u a «■<!! fa jl,For Information or reservation! addroas ffj m r, A noerkllnf. £ f ■ IT* Sandusky. 0 gj| Mount Clemens Mineral Water BATHS World renowned for the treatment of Rheumatism I and ; Kindred Ailments You who suffer from 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- obtained from wells averag ing a depth of 1,200 feet. Each bath of about 6'> gal lons contains 125 lbs. of aggregate minerals. No other mineral baths in this country or Europe ofTer the pe culiar combination of minerals in solution which physi cians 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. McA’nt Clemens is delightfully situated, only 20 miles from Detroit; interurban cars every 15 minutes. The 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 nil who come. The Riverview Golf Course Is on a car lint* adjacent to the city and convenient to all hotels. Flaying priv ileges Recured for guests. The Government Aviation Fields at Mt. Clemens are an added attraction. The Government Is spending large sums of money and thousands of people are attracted. There is a good automobile road from Detroit to Mount Clemens directly out Gratiot avenue. It is now* in good condition. Illustrated Booklet and full information furnished free. Address Business Men’s Association, Mount Clemens, Michigan. I \ 1 “The Flats" Finest Place For a Vacation Trip STT THE MARSHLAND AST Launches |t Special Attention lo Row Boat! b.T.V' 1 "' f' F ro ? 2nd Chicken Suppers for hire at Two hour " bafwnnn bonte if you lenvo TMrolt hi. •** th * aftarnoon boat and rnturn on th« Taahmoo 8p«clal ft#rvlce for ciuba, Societies and Social r * teß - Parties. Long Distance Phone MRS. EDWIN E. HENN, PROPRIETOR > The big rlvrr steamers. Columbia and St Clair, go to Hot* HlK.no isl and. Thn D. A- C lint* steamer* leave J»f f rolt for Vlpena. Mackinac Island. St Ignare and Intermediate port* Monday*, Saturdays, \V*-dm>*- days nml Saturdays Tin* White Star line steamers make daily rune to the Flat.*, Taahmoo park, Hort Huron, Toledo and Sugar Island There are also many flnt* cruises thru the chain t)f great lakes, the great ship* "North American" and "South American” leaving weekly front l>etroH via (leorglan bay porta and Mackinac island. There i* every Indication that Mt. Clemens will have another record breaking year, due to Americans be coming more appreciative every yesr of their own health resorts. Now that th* bathing re-sort* across the Atlantic are practically closefl to them because of the war. tho Hath City, Mr Clemens, has growfc greatly in popularity among *uffer ers from rheumatism nhd kindred ailments The waters of Mt. Clem ens mineral springs have been pro nounced by physicians as e.;ual In potency to those of any baths in the world All in all.-the "Hath city" affords most attractive advantages lo those peeking health and reat.