Author
Title
Haunts in the Wild Woods and Gay Places for Summer Outings
Series
The Dial, A semi-Monthly Journal of Literary Criticism, Discussion, and Information, Vol. 26, # 309, May 1, 1899, p. 319.
Publisher
City
Chicago
Date
1899
Original Date
Libraries
LOW, MAD
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Either, or both, can be found along the lines of the Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul R'y in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Northern Michigan, Iowa and the Dakotas. Among the many delightful summer resorts are Delevan, Waukesha, Oconomowoc, Elkhart Lake, Marquette, Madison, Kilbourn, Minocqua, Star Lake, Lake Okoboji, Spirit Lake, Clear Lake, Big Stone, Frontenac, White Bear, and Lake Minnetonka. In the north woods of Wisconsin, in the forests of Northern Michigan and Minnesota, and in the far stretches of the Dakotas true sportsmen can fish and hunt to their hearts' content. For pamphlet of "Summer Tours," and "Fishing and Hunting," apply to nearest ticket agent, or address with two-cent stamp, Geo. H. Heafford, Gen'l Pass. Agt., 555 Old Colony Building, Chicago, Ill.