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Have a Summer Resort All Your Own
Secure a. lot for your summer Bungalow in
Sawyers ’ K eego Harbor Subdivision
Bring the Family Out to
Cass Lake on Sunday
Just this side of Pontiac (with 5-cent fare to the heart
of that city). Place yourself and family in a healthy
neighborhood nearly 400 feet above the Detroit river.
We offer you this unusual opportunity to secure
n frontage
Ptai.
Right on the Trolley Line on I
Cass Lake or on Dollar Lake
Prices $450 Suitable Terms
Come out and see the property. Take Orchard Lake
interurban car out Grand River, get off at Keogo Hai
bor stop and walk about 150 yards along the car line
to our branch office on the grounds.
Write or Phone for Further Particulars to
Judson Bradway Cos.
Phone Main 45. 533 Majestic
Sunday and July4th Excursions
A To the FLATS, TASHMOO PARK
M and PORT HURON
«TMMrn< I.K4VK ItHlliilT: r ' ° o ' H m
Txuhrn™ 4 10 and 7:.in r m
TOir.DO, a rn . \\lt
hXO a m . 930 c m.. 530 and 9pm
TICKETS
FI. AT* and TAAHWOO IMnH, 75r| TOI.RIXO. 91.00.
SI (.AH IM.AM», V>«.
TO I'OHT HI HOT. 11 16 «U rdiml trip
FIKKEI 'A OH( HRITIIA on R«ii (• and a( Parka for Krre Hatirln*.
Takf tho All Day Trip to Port Huron and rMiirn on the f Ainmia
A• rninrr Tuikmim. 115 m'l**’ rid* an >n l.akr Si Clair through
the V S ah ip .anal and the *nnr. st_ cp, i r riwriii one <.f t e m("t
beautiful dav b<>ata In ft» w.irM f r |! , i Toledo ami r.-tuin .-n
the *tr. f’Uf Os Toledo for 11.0 IHnrlnc all la-. n the ate.ime'
Mo Manor* Allowed. “Knntern Time"
WHITE STA R LI N K
tthnrf Tool of l.rtawold Afreet l»elro|f, Mli-hlann
DETROIT ftlVf.R STEAMTWN
"ga O J 1? 8:30 TO
Ssstj Hbbss ounaay Lve. eastern standard
&SSHB3B£ BTR. COLUMBIA FROM BATES ST.
LAKE RIDE f ND CONCERT
SOLOI9T—CHARLES M. CLOHECY—FuII Orchestra—No Liquor*_4oc
The rl«ht so refnae any penon adm laalon to Wonts and Park
f » • j TT j I Lndeared to the Hearts ot
Lakeside Hat.eL Thousands ot Detroiters
—— and Michigan Residents
Enriched in its simplicity and homelike environment, through a genuine fondness
for entertainingt by the well-known and over-popular nost and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz
Rohde. ‘
Many years have seen many chaugos in and around Detroit, many improvements
have been made, including lakeside Inn, which is a model of everything new, but
the genial smile and warm greeting of Mr. Rohde and “Ma” Rohde has remained
through all.
Visitors from far and near have been won by the gracious wife of the Inn pro
prietor and well deserved is the reputation she enjoys as that of the lady who maintains
a public dinner table second to none in the middle west.
lakeside Hotel is a splendid place to enjoy a dinner of fish, frog and chicken and
game in stason and with much concern and pride do the host and hostess strive to
please, but in spite of this it is also 'generally known that if the fish get to biting good
md patrons mildly challenge the Rohdes to a tilt with hook and line, up they get and
go “pell mcll” for they both love the sport and many trips do they enjoy each season.
Lakeside Hotel, as the illustration shows, is a first-clßfcs summer resort, where
every modern convenience has been installed for the comfort of the patron, and is a
monument to the thrift and aptitude Os Mr. and Mrs. Rohde, who have successfully
traveled the road of life. Perfect team-mates with the objective “success” as their
goal, but not to be reached at the cost of one whit of honor.
An effusive welcome always awaits tha week end. and every other person or pri
sire a safe place to bring the “kiddies” for a week-end and every other person or pri
vate parties who would enjoy a thoroughly pleasant outing will be very well satisfied
with a visit to the one bright spot five minutes ride from Mt. Clemens, on a perfectly
good automobile road to and from Detroit.
1917.
Free Dancing
on the Boat and
Ml s X.
/mfe?, Island
Steamer City of Toledo
Griswold at Wharf 9 p m
sharp— or take the Atr. i.rrjhnnnd
Mt 5 p m. «nd h»v* 3 hour*'
dancing At the rark.
TICKETS 50c
*o i.iqt on* Ai.i.owr.n
9% kite Ai■ r I.lne
DETROIT TIMES
w
“The Spot for lleurty Appetite* and Perfect Sleep.”
The Star Island House
Michigan's Famous Summer Resort
REACHED BY WHITE STAR STEAMERS
STAB ISLAND, ST. CLAIR FLATS, MICH.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Star Island particularly appeal* to parties <»r Individual* wish nr to
spend weekend* away from the city. From the moment you reach
this spot until the time you leave you enjoy that wonderful • Tng of
contentment and pleasure characteristic to a well planned \acauon.
SELECT DANCING PARTIES EVERY EVENING
STAR ISLAND is In the Heart of the St Clair Fishing Ground*. the
Venice of America. Boat*, Skilled Punter*, Rod*. Halt and ali ueces
paries for fi*hing Sail boat*, row boat*, ateatn and gasoline launches
Bathing, lawn tennis, outdoor and aquatic panorama of America * great
Bathing, lawn tennis, outdoor and aquatic aport.B, Large roomy varan
da* with lounging chair*, overlooking an ever-changing panoraama of
America's great merchant marine. More tonnage annually pause* on
the St. Clair River than pa**** an> other point In the world, not even
excepting the Suez Canal. Private dining room* for upeoial parties.
Long distance telephone connection.
WM. WEBER and FEB. LA PARL, Proprietors
Rate* for Season 1917: Evening Dinner $1; Special Rates by the Week.
FISH, FROG OR CHICKEN SUPPERS
Send for Illustrated Booklet to Star Island House, St. Clair Flats, Mich.
■ -Pt. lll.p I
Sim (,rf for «h:»r»n* Mnkr f£s
A 1600 Mile, 6-Day Detrost-Duluth Cruise §
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jjj it \\ 1111 1, ••• ii nii iiuiii iii ' • - gs
ur r - « 35: '
Fi " 1 rr 33
to \ . ■, r £S >
y /£ t<ni,<• nft «' ' ss
Trianul* Tour ==
Irianj,ic lour m <
[p Sunday « r .inlude. <•.! S
; Mackinar ' r<“ pm« t- <• -es
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dp inn'- on Ma up-h«-uind rn<l d«>\v n hound trip*. «B
Eg round t-Ip f2'V f>. P»-nrt:in» in liaorgkm EEj[_
C\ ir.MMftl. nut. I'a**. tit.nl, ~~lh Jr ‘
£9 >«,. t n., tip K«*rt *t. W. Phone « nil. (U'jn.
X,
Big Steamer Put-in-Bay leaves every
- % j*w day at 9:00 a. m. Eastern Time .for
' Are 'ho Million Pkrr Moanrarnt
•*-• h tl.r Pity
""Ik ami MtmiMlh Hotel* tl
n»nring nn the W«*t. Klnrrl t orchestra
v r«t-ln-lIAT Fvery Dn, (A hour*’ atop), Fare, R. t.
C • ! Week I»«T*. 75« V AnmUy* and .Inly 4, $1 (Ml
recursions / o*a*r rolnt. nan., Mon,, Wed. «ml Krl„ hours* st*p)
' Round Trip, f 1 *5.
Cleveland —Daily at 9:00 a. m. $1.75 one way.
Moonlight Excursions
ATF.AMER FRANK F. KIRRY mUo leave* ot S 00 T M «.A days.
l>Hisrtiiros Ashley A Dustin Htrsmir I-In o, First Street Whorf. Eastern Tins*.
JULY 4th EXCURSIONS to CLEVELAND
Enjoy a holiday trip, the luxurious D ft C steamer t.> 1 'aveland. |
Steamers I»ave July 3rd a» * *Oa m and 10 4S p m . Ont*al Time
Hoturn steamer* lrnyo ClrvHatul July 4th nt I SO a to and 10 46
p. tn Far# $3 00, round trip. _ |
Niagara Falls via Buffalo
Tho "Two (ilants of ths tlr*-At <’lty of Drfroit ITI and I
City of Clsvrlnnd lll.—lnavo and illy at 600 p. m Crntral Mm*, nr- I
rlvlny at Buffalo. ».no a m.. Eastern Tims Karr ff to r-'in® Trip. |
Tli-ksta good rsturnlng unfl/ Oiff.* Slot. I
DETROIT A CLEVELAND NAVIGATION COMPANY I
Steamer* Leave Foot of Third St. I
ISLAND LAKE
HOTEL
!«hind Ijike, Mich.
o
On Prre Marqurtte R. R„ 42 mllea
from r»rtrolt by motor out Oranrt
River avr A nlrr plaro to vla|t over
the Fourth Flahlnf. Rnatlnß, Rath-
Ins. etr Kyrollcnt Mral.a. Rales
from |lO to sl2 per week. Address
A. fi. BROWN, Prop.
BRIGHTON, MICH.
Island Lako Box.
► • l« ~ , 4 j
t> m Far* 14 00. For Fnis.
Curak and p«>in<s Ssutn. daily 10*44 p m.
For Alpsna. Markina I* •*'4. s Ignaca
an*, oar par’s Moadava *nd ik'urniti
B 00 p in., Wsdnrsds/s an 1 Ffldays lit
a IP. Ontrsl Tims Htssmsrs IsaVs toot
of Third ueo City TVAst UOm. 141
Ortso, Id »trs*c Phom herry 4436
ADVERTISE IN mt
TIMES IT I'AVS
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WESTWOOD OTTO INN she Motorist’s Paradise
A delightful plare to bring your family and friend*. Private parties may arrange for exclusive
serrlce by mail or phone.
FISH. FRO<; AND CHICKEN DINNERS
of unexcelled preparation We maintain our own frog pond and chicken farm. • 1 **♦ *l] ’
fYep Phone for Table Reservations —Tall EloiaeSS "V •
Have You Planned
Your Vacation
Supplies Yet?
Don’t wait till the last moment and then make a slip
shod selection. Arrange for them now, when you can be
assured of their best quality and serviceability at prices
here that mean a genuine saving.
<*
,' -—— -' , - ■■ ... ■' ■- " 1 gaa
SITTC’ASKS, TRAVELING BAGS AND HANDBAGS
We flatter ourselves that we have a selection that for value is second to none.
Let us show them to you.
—- : —;.—. - ■■-—■: -izl'. - ,i.- -J
Automobile Guides. Books and Maps—
covering any section of the country that
you Wish to vi*»lt very complete.
Leather Traveling Sets mighty handy In
a cane of nece?>pity.
Address Books a big convenience for
route lists and addrep^ev
Trip Books in w hich vou '-an record your
most inten "ting trips and experiences.
Albums for Kodak Pictures that will pre
serve the per nep of greatest int « rest to \ou
qREOORYfIAYER & [HOM (0.
STATIONERY — PRINTING —BLANK BOOKS
LOOSt. LEAF DF VICES-OFFICE FURNITURE
CADILLAC SQUARE DETROIT. M.CM.
* «
PRINTERS «T\ riONF.RS, LITHOGRAPHERS, LOOSE LEAK DEVICES, BLANK BOOKS.
STATIONERY, OFFICE FCRNITCRE
THE RAIL ROUTE
TO
Michigan’s Best
Summer Resorts
BENTON HARBOR AND ST. JOE
OTTAWA BEACH AND MACATAWA PARK
WHITE LAKE AND PENTWATER
EDDINGTON AND TRAVERSE BAY
PETOSKEY AND BAY VIEW
MACKINAW ISLAND
CHARLEVOIX AND THE
INLAND LAKES
Pere Marquette Railroad
For detailed information regarding Hotels, Rates, Trains. elr., call ( ity Ticket
Office, l>ime Hank Hldff. Main 3H*; Main 3520
™ws™3E3
Wh*rf foot of Ofiawold •« KaiMtn
Tfino. Tor *P* Fl«li T»«nm<. , P. i K n-1
ff.rt Huron nay pofti #
Oofrott dour f O • rr 1 ,0 t»
lundava r»r>rnin< aa'.n 1 <"
for Tolodn a*d loiond «•*’»*»
loaroo dotl? I 10 * m «*-'d ) 00 » !?k
ftundaya, I II i. no and I If im
Prlnlmi—thr plain non! kind— dial
la right— Tlmra Job Dept.— Main 4*>3d.
Writing Cases, Tourists’ Tablets, Foun
tain Pens and Note are absolute ne
ceapiriep for any extended trip.
Whatever you want, come to up we will
endeavor to serve your bo«t interests in the
most courteous way.
If too busy to come to the store,
Phone Main 5216 and we will send a
representative.
prTROtT RIVER STEAMERS Columbia
EA££t.. 808-LO «£s™“
HVnk llnri I) a.m.. It.lO nn4 3 p.m.
D«.in n.m., 2*3 p.m. Knlarning ArrW* 2 Air** p.m. Kootora Tim#.
Banrinl anti HathinL Ear? (Elirpt Holiday*) 40r Lkildran 2."»a
MOONLIGHT with llanring on Sir. Cnlomhia or Slo. Clair? ororjr
Evnoinc K*ca>p» Son. and Mob. Hi.HI Far? 40a. {E»rp« H«W»yt)
NtTNDAY KVH. Columbia Lake* Rida Coaoort 40*
fla llnanr* pormlttad. Ktaiara Arandard Tim* All trip# Itaoßa*** Bt*
Til* rlfkl «• rafaaa lay ptraaa admtaalaa «• Sat* nod pork S ißßirtad.
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