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Landing a Muskie

Northern Wisconsin

The Ideal Vacation Land

Just a few hours easy travel from Chicago and Milwau


kee or St. Paul-Minneapolis, there is one of the greatest
vacation lands of America-indeed. of all the world.
It is the Country of Big Woods and Many Waters-in
Northern Wisconsin.
Its scenic charm, its many opportunities for different
forms of recreation, its quiet, its coolness, the genuine
hospitality of its people, and above all its easy accessi
bility, make this sylvan region the resort, the refuge, and
the playground for hundreds of thousands every year.

518,000 Acres of Lakes


Northern Wisconsin has room for them all, fishermen,
campers, cottagers, hotel guests. You could lose the entire
area of a New England state or two in its cool pine forests.
There are no less than 518,000 acres of lakes--so many in
dividual patches of silvery, crystal waters that it probably
would take an astronomer to count them all. Besides,
there are rivers and streams innumerable.

An Ideal Retreat

Roughing It

No true fisherman need come back empty handed from


the fishing trip in these waters. This is the real habitat
of those fighting game fish, the tiger muskellunge, the
bass, and the trout. There is an abundance of pickerel,
perch, and pike, too-in fact. every variety of toothsome
fresh water fish.

For the Fisherman


Which one of these fishing grounds to give your personal
attention, is something of a problem. There are many
of them-and there are different kinds of fishing, and a
myriad styles of doing it. If we knew your personal
preference, we would try to say right offhand. Perhaps
the best that is possible in a general way is to mention
some of the places that fishermen have tried to keep
secret, but whose popularity has betrayed them; such
good old~sure-to-catch-fishstandbys as Boulder Junction,
Hazelhurst, Minocqua, Sayner, Star Lake, Tomahawk.
T rout Lake and Arbor Vitae.
At most of these fishing grounds, the angler who lacks
an outfit can provide himself with tackle and bait for
every sort of fishing, together with canoes, boats, and
camping outfits. Here, too, the services of experienced

One of the Numerou& Fishing Grounds

The End of a Perfect Day

guides are procurable at moderate rates for those who


feel that fishing means a secluded place, "off all by
myself."
As you know, the state of Wisconsin is deeply apprecia
tive of the welfare of its citizens and guests in this matter
of recreation. It makes many provisions for maintaining
and enhancing the charms of this wonderful outdoors
colIhtry. Among these attentions, the fishermen cer
tainly fare very well. The Wisconsin Conservation
Commission through a highly developed system of
hatcheries, keeps the fishing grounds constantly stocked
with abundant supplies of all the native food fishes.

For the Entire Family


But Northern Wisconsin is not for the happy fisherman
alone. There is much of interest, of health, of wholesome
pleasure and of real rest up there for every man, woman
and child. It is a great place for the entire family. If
you like to swim, these coo!' clear waters are the bracing
tonic for a "bear" of an appetite. If you are fond of
canoeing, here are the famous water trails known to the
early explorers and the Indians before them, and today
in pretty much. the same primeval solitude as when the

Rustic Cabins

voyageurs first dipped a paddle in them. Hiking?


Here's the hiker's seventh heaven of delight-in the cool,
deep forests, with their underground of velvety needles
and cones.
You don't even have to leave your game of golf behind
when you go to Northern Wisconsin. At many different
points you will find a welcome to a sporty course. There
are several we have in mind, Minocqua Heights Golf
and Country Club, Pinehurst Golf Course. Plum Lake
Golf Club and the Trout Lake Golf and Country Club.
Visitors are allowed, upon payment of a- small fee, all
the membership privileges of these excellent clubs.
But maybe you don't want to engage in any such
active sports as golf, tennis, swimming, trout-stream
whipping or muskie-fighting. Maybe you just want to
loaf and invite your soul. You can do it to the queen's
taste.

Anything that Suits Your Purse and Fancy


And you have your choice of places in which to do it,
too. You can take a tent out into the woods and "rough"
it by yourself. Or you can rent a pretty Ii ttle private
cottage or cabin at a resort of the exact size and style

An Alluring Spot

..

Watchful Waiting

which most appeals to you. Or you can settle down to


the convenience and social life of a well-managed hotel.
Anything that suits your purse and fancy. Northern
Wisconsin has for you.

How to Reach Northern Wisconsin


From early in June to mid-September. special efforts
are made to cater to the travel needs and pleasures of
all vacationers. Fine fast trains of the Chicago. Mil
waukee and St. Paul Ry. run daily from Chicago, Mil
waukee, St. Paul, Minneapolis and other centers, direct
to the land of woods and waters. They carry sleeping
cars, coaches. dining cars serving all meals.
Schedules are most conveniently arranged. The fisher
man going up for but a single day of his favorite sport
has an opportunity to be on his favorite lake. all break
fasted and ready for the first cast, early in the morning
after he has left town. The business-man can lock his
desk of a Friday evening, spend a restful week-end with
his family at some Northern Wisconsin lake, and be back
on the job on Monday morning.

Back to Nature

\Vhere Hotels are Superfluous

A Big Time for Little Money


Again, the fact of inexpensiveness adds to Northern
Wisconsin's attractions. Reduced round-trip fares are
in effect, May to September, and these, too, are classified
to meet all needs. Certain of them apply for the week
ends, and for special holidays like May 30th and July 4th;
others cover thirty-day periods, amply covering the nor
mal vacation time-and still others are limited only by
the season, which ends October 31 st.
If Northern Wisconsin is in your mind now, you have
only to call on your nearest railroad ticket agent, or any
representative of the "Milwaukee" Railroad listed on page
13 of this folder for full information about where to go,
how to get there, and what it will cost you. He will give
you a lot of help-even, in Chicago, having your fishing
licenses ready for you, thanks to the courtesy of the
Wisconsin Conservation Commission. Descriptive map
folders, booklets and other literature covering your
inquiries exactly are always available.
If you have ever been to Northern Wisconsin, you know
all we have said is true-and much more. If you haven't
been there, go this year. You will never need to be
urged to go again.

Waters for Every Sport

Ideal Surroundings

Round Trip Excursion Fares


Season 1927

ET~N

AND~

Arbor Vitae.Wis.
Harshaw. "
/I
Hazelhurst...
Heafford Jet."
j(

!VIerrill.

It

iVlinocqua
"
Plum Lake
"
Rantz
1/
Sayner. . . . .. tt
Star Lake .... "
Tomahawk .. "
Woodruff Jet."

Chicago
Season 30-Da)' Week
End
Limit Limit

820.00 816.60 813.85


18.95 15.80 13.05
19.60 16.30 13.45
18.40 15.35 12.65
16.80
14.00 11.55
10.65 16.40 13.50
20.75 17.30 14.30
19.65 16.40 13.50
20.60 17.20 14.20
21.00 17.50 14.45
18.10 15.05 12.45
19.56 16.40 13.50

Milwaukee

St. Paul
(See Note)

Season 30-Day Week


Limit Limit
End

Season
Limit

--------, ----
815.10 812.50 810.50 815.75 ~ i
14.05
14.70
13.50
11.90
14.75
15.90
14.75
15.75
16.10
13.20
14.75

11.70
12.25
11.25
9.90
12.30
13.25
12.30
13.10
13.40
11.00
12.RO

9.65
10.10
9.30
8.20
10.15
10.90
10.15
10.85
11.05
9.0.5
10.15

15.30 0;-=
15.75 ~~
14.75 E w
13.15.:= 5i
15.75;;;;:;
15.75 eo
15.75
15.75 ... >
15.75
14.45 0"
15.75 z

,,<0

\!:!'g

DATES OF SALE, LIMITS AND STOP-OVERS


Season limit tickets will be on sale daily, May 15th to September 30th
with return limit October 31, 1927.
Thirty-day limit tickets will be on sale daily, April 29th to October 15th,
with return limit thirty days from date of sale, but not later than October
31st, 1927.
Week-end tickets will be on sale Fl~day and Saturday of each week, April
29th, to October 15th, 1927, limited for return to Wednesday following date of
sale.
Stop-overs will be allowed in botb directions.

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Pursuing Their Favorite Hobby

Oveclooking Star Lake, Wis.

Directory of Boys' and Girls' Camps


NAME

RATES

PROPRIETOR

Altitude 1657 ft

Boulder Jet., Wis

I I

Y. M. C. A. Camp Manitowish
(for boys).................. B-5 Y. M. C. A. of \Vis...

Map Ref. G-14

/1-13IH.. chambliss1 7 miles


1-14 W. R. Foster..

..

"1

Agawak (for girls>...


Kawaga (for boys)......
Minocqua (for boys).. .
Pinemere (for girls).. ...
Strongh.art (fer bo)'s\@

I F-13IMrs. Flora W. Pinkus.

Warwick Woods (for girls)

I J-81 Helen C. James

. .Map Ref. G-13


I 11 milesl 30 IOn application
'" .Map Ref. J-8
13 milesl.

Altitude 1450 ft

Tomahawk, Wis
Camp Lincoln (lor bOl'll)

Map Ref. K-8

Altitude 1679 ft

Sayner, Wis

1 G-23IGeo. Young...

Camp Armour (for boys)


"1
Camp Dewey (for boys).......
Camp Os01la (for girls)........
Red Arrow Camp (for bOl'll) ....

.10n application

Map Ref. G-22

. .. 14 miles I 5018250.00 Season

Altitude 1630 ft

Trout Lake, Wis

1 I mile I 6>IOn application

Altitude 1598 ft.

Rantz, Wis
Camp Agawak (for girls)@

40 S40.00 week.

miles 30 Ion application


"
100 On application
4
"
110 8275.00 Season
4"
80 On application
7
"
150 On application

. Altitude 1659 ft

Plum Lake, Wis.

50 On application

Map Ref. G-12

'1 31

F-13IMiSS Helene Bock


F-12 Dr. B. C. Ehrenreich..
G-13 Dr. J. P. Sprague.....
F-12 Dr.&. Mrs. Harr)' Rahn
B-13 Nathan Herzog.......

Camp Highlands (for boysl@ .. 1 J8IDr. \V. J. MonilalV

6"

. Altitude 1603 ft

Minocqua, Wis..

I mile I 150 812.50 week.

Altitude 1595 ft

Hazelhurst, Wis
Camp Swastika (for bo)'S)@
Tomahawk Lake Tutoring
Camp@

Camp
Camp
Camp
Camp
Camp

Map Ref. H-5

Map Ref. H-8

H-7 I M. B. Wells ........ "12)4m:!esl,s~lhOolofSUrVeYors


G-7.................. . 3
70 On applicatIOn
H-8 Mr. & Mrs. R. Snaddon IYz"
50 On application
G-7 C. B. Rasmussen ..... 3
"
75 8275.00 Season

POST OFFI CES


The post office address of a resort is the town under which it is listed. unless
indicated by a character explanation of which appears below.
@Woodruif, Wis.
Hazelhurst. Wis.
@Lac du Flambeau, Wis.
Winegar, Wis.
@Harshaw, Wis.
@Fifield. Wis.
Mercer, Wis.
Rhinelander, Wis.
@Sayner, Wis.
0Manitowish, Wis.
(J-~McNaughton, Wis.
@Minocqua, Wis.
Winchester, Wis.
@Tomahawk Lake, Wis.
@Eagle River; Wis.
Land O'Lakes, Wis.
@Bradley, Wis.
(Lj)Tomahawk. Wis.
Star Lake. Wis.

FISHING LICENSES
Through the courtesy of the Wisconsin Conservation Commission our City
Ticket Office at 50 South Clark Street. Chicago. !II.. has been authorized to sell
non~resjdent W"isconsin fishing licenses, enabling our patrons to obtain their
license at the time of purchasing railroad tickets.

SEASON 1927

Directory of Resorts and Hotels


To enable our patrons to locato resorts

sho~n

herein we have indicated the key or ma.p refer-

ence oPPosite each resort. Explanation of other symbols or references will be found on page 8.
The information as to hotel nnd boarding house rates and aocommodations is compiled from
the most. reliable sources available, but. t.he Chicago, Milwaukel;!. & ~t. P:wl Railway dOed not.
guarantee its correc.tness. nor a-ga;ruH. chu.ngt>s mnde after il:s i8.slIe.

NAME

M
I ap
Ref.

Di'raneel

PROPRIETOR

Arbor Vit"e Inn........


Big Woods LodgeQ)..
Blue Isla.nd Resort.........
Buck Horn Lodge......
Homelike Resort.........
Isle of Golden Dreams.
Normandy Court............
Peelen's St.. Germaine Lodge.

'''mile
6' 'miles
3 ::
2
I
U
I
U
8 "
5
II

820UO
28.00
20.. 00
22.00
24.00
21.00
28.00
19.50

Altitude 1657 ft

1-5fMrs. Paul Armund


3)1 mile, 30 83.50
821.00
F-~IConrad Bakken...
9"
20 Cottages to rent.
F-i Henry Freund
7 U
24 Cottages to rent.
H-5IWm. Paquette
.
%:"
25 Cottages to rent-.
D-Il!l'hs. A Buck & SOD .. 13
U
4.j 3.50
21.00
H-4 Ralph R. Oxley...... 4
U
50 On appli cation
1-6!F. E. Williams....... 3 ..
35, 5 00
25 00
J-3 Chas. E. Lundberg.... 15 ..
501 4.00
25.00
E-6 Mrs. Cath. B. Doriot. 10
..
150 5.00
35.00
1-5L.J.Engel.
3 ..
30\400
25.00
D-5Mrs.BarbaraJ.PoweIlJO
::
40 3.~O
20.00
I-5II.E.Solsne>s......
3
17 3.00
21.00
1-4 Judd Blaisdell....
5"
35 4.50
25.00
E-5IH. Cbambliss. ..
8;;
40 On appli cation

Map Ref. H-5

22 30~ph catlgf.oo

Ig
U
E-5'T. J. Koerner & Son .. 7)1
F-6Abe & Jobn La Fave 12 U
A-4H.G.St.ab.....
19"
F-5K.L.Moody.
...8"

125[5 00
80 5.00
30 5.00
25 4.00

28 00
25.00
30.00
25.00

H-5C. E. Felt. Mgr...... 3Y, U


500D application.
1-5T. H. Wie~e......
3 ...... 13.50
2].00
D-5Chas. B. NIchols
15
U
40 5.00
30.00
D-5 E. J. Mitchell
12
..
30 3.00
21.00
F-3.ArthurSchacht..
6"
16 4.00
25.00
I-4!Geo. P. Stevens..
G :
30 3.50
24.00
E--G:P. W. Lange
8
24 3.50
24.00
E-5IH. A. Voss
7
"
gO 4.00
30.00
I-4J. L. Wilson
4 ..
30 5.00
25.00
H-5S. J. Williams.......
Yz"
24 Cottages to rent.
H-5 Y. M. C. A. of IVis.

150.. ...

Altitude 1515 ft.

12.50

Map Ref. H-16

Big Bearskin LodgeC!)..


Dickson's Cottagc...... .
Idle Wild ResorlC!).......
Leadbetter's Cottagc..
Muskie Lake Resort@....
Rest-A-Wbile CottagesC!).
Rustic Lodge(i).........
Shepard wkeRe<ortfD.

G.16IJ. A. Geske..
J.15. H. P. Dickson... .. .
H-16 Ed. C. Young. ....
J-15L. A. Leadbetter....
H-15 J. J. Millen........
G-16 I.J. A. Geske
K-14 Knaus Bros
H-15Math.
P. Boden.
1

3 mile.
8
2 "
8 U
4 ::
3 U
11
2J{"

Harshaw, Wis.....

.Altitude 1511 ft...

48 Cctrng"" to rent.
8 84.00
825.00
50 4.00
21.00
8 4.00
25.00
321 300
20.00
. . "ICotlage, torent.
20, 2.50
17.50
161 4.00
20.00

Map Ref. H-17

Tom Doyle Lake Rcsort.


'K-15Emll Marchand. . "114 mIles 401 ,2 50
$1600
Highland View Resort..
H19 Otto Allies.
.. 7
40 Cottages to rent
Horse Head Resort@
/I-16HJSChroeder4"30 2 50
1750
Juntgen Farm Resort@.
..
K-15 Erncst Juntgen
. 10 "
20 cottages! to rent.
Oneida Lake Resort..
H- 8 C. E. Jobnson
0 "
24 2 50
15 00
Wildwood Lodgr(V..
L-17 C E Fox
10
"
75 5 00
25 00

Hazelhurst, Wis

401 fo.OU
60 5.00
40, 300
32, 3.50
35 3.50
25 3.00
50 5.00
45 1 3.50

Boulder Jet., Wis

Goodnow, Wis.

Rate
per
Week

Armund's Resort..
Bakken's Cottages....
Bayview Cott.ages .........
Boulder Lake Resort.... . .
Buck's Divide Resort(D.
Camp McKinley.
Camp Milo.
...
Camp Tenderfoot@>..
Deer Park LodgeC!)..........
Engel'. Resort.................
Fern Lodge Resort0
Fish Trap Resort..
High Lake Resort.............
Hunger's Cedar Lodge ResortS

Koerner's Spider L.~ke HesortC!)


La Faye's Resorts(D...
MercerLakeResort@.....
Moody'sBie Lake Resort....
National Playground A",n.
(for the Dairy Industry)...
.
.....
Oswcgo ..
Red Fcather CampC!).
Rest Lake ResorteD.
SchachtsResorteD.....
Stevens' Musky Camp.........
SylvanLodgeQ)............
Voss' Birchwood LodgeC!)...
Wildcat I,ll. The....
Williams' Cottages............
Y. M. C. A. Camp Manitowish
(for boys and adults),

Map Ref. H-ll

HlOIMrs. ZefrinaGr.cnier.
.)-lOS. E. Cummmg'.....
Il1.\!. Dertz...........
H-IOIValtcr Volz..........
H-U10IlO Mielkc.........
H-Il Mrs. Ruth L. Coyne.
J-IOOlof Valley...
.T-lOPcclen Bros

~~~r-v~~~Pr~ ~~d Lodg~:: : 19!Ro'I;"~d' Be;,,;;...

Rate
.per
Day

Station

Altitude 1630 ft

Arbor Vitae, Wis

From 'O:s
& ,,;
IC)\'1.
~t. P. :Zo

Big Carr Lake Hesort@>.


Bluebird.The@.............
Camp Swastika (for boys)@.
Colby's Birchwood Lodge.
Forest Glen Resort..
Kat.berine. The....
Kaubashine Lodge..........
Keith's Cliff..........
Lake View Lodge@
Log Cabin Inn............
Loon Lodge@>.. ...
...
Miami Resort. .. . . . .
Morton's COttages@.......
PineShoreInn
Sherman's Bear Lake Resort...
Shorewood Resort@..
Sun Flower Resort@.....
Sylvan Shores (Cottages)...
Tomahawk Lake Tutoring
Camp@.................

Altitude 1595 ft
H-14iHJohl1Eon&J Glashlell
I-14 C.s Bumpus
1-13H ChaIDbh,~ ..
F-15 E L. Colby
G13 DIck Bahmann.
I
G.!4,Chas.
M. Rumery....
F14 M. Renspie........
}'-13IMrs. Lulu P. Keit.h.
H-I~IEugene Cro's
FIoCh... L. Schwartz
I.!~ Mrs. C. G. Pcarse
G-I, Ed. Berrend. . . .. .. .
1-14 Dr. J. K. Morton..
G~14LoisT.Holstlaw

F-15 Frank J. Sherman.,.

Map Ref. G-14


6 mile
7
7"
4"
1"

7.i;:

2
1 If
8 ::
5
5 ::
1
4)1 "

1~1I

5
1-14 Alia Haubner........ 6
BaH Mrs. EUa Woodzicka 7
G-13 Lake Kath. Impr. Co. I
1-14 W. H. Foster..
9

II

"
/I

"

6"

30S3.50
$21.00
15 3.50
20.00
5GOn application.
60 4.50
25.00
15 3.50
21.00
30 275
1700
22 Cottages to rent.
Fur n. Cabins to rent..
25 3.50
21.00
50 3.50
21.00
10 Cottages to reDt.
30 3.50
22.00
25 Cottages to reDt.
144.00
21.00
20 CoLtages tc rent.
20 FurnSh'd Cottages
45 4.00
21.00
20 On appli cation.

40.... .. ..

40.00

Continued OIl Page 10

Directory of Resorts and Hotels-Cont.


Heafford Jet., Wis
Cozy Point@
.
Field's Crystal Lake Resort@.
Lake Nokomis Rcsort@
.
Muskalon~e Lake Resort@
.
Paulson's Housekeepiog Cott"lles@
.
Peterson's fu!sort@ .. , .
Pleasan t Poi ut@
Point O'Pines@)
.
Rapel's Resort@
.
Shady Rest Lodge@
.
Wilkin'sCrysfaILakeCottages@

Minocqua, Wis

Altitude 1492 ft
G-20 C. J. Jensen ..
G-21 Julia S. Field.
G-20 John Olson
G-2J Peter Zeches

Map Ref. G-20


%mjle
I
"
I

IV. "

H-20 P. Paulson
G-20J. Peterson
.
G-20Jno. B. Gintowt..
G-20 Ern,t .;; Ernst ..
G-20Jos. Rapel.
H-20 C. Dueuk.....
G-20J. C. Wilkins.

. 4

20 Cottages to rent.
20 4.00
25.00
20 3.00
20.00
20Cabins to rent.
I ICottages to rent.
35 3.75
25.00
12 Cottages to renL

Y2 "

V. "
3
2
4

II

Altitude 1603 ft

J5 On appli cation.

24 00 appli cation.
25 S3.00
S21. 00
30 3.50
20.00

Map Ref. G,..12


5 miles,'
'1 3V."

Arcadia Cott"ges.1
Bay Vie\v CoUages............
Bide a Wee@
'"
Birch Lake Fum Resnrt
1
Birchwood Pines Farm Resort..
Boynton'a COttages@>
1
Camp Agall'ak (for girls)
'.1
Camp {(awaga (for boys).....
Camp Minocqua (for boys)..
Camp O-So-Wee..........
Camp Pincmere (for girls).....
Camp Strongheart (for boys)@.
Cedar Lodgc Resort@
Circle Pine Resort. . . . . . . . .
Clear Lake Fish CampeD. .

F-12jJOSePh S. Miller
G-I~ AI. Shape
I-13 R. S Ha"enor
..
H-12 IJobn Grundy
.
E-ll lW. J. MlUch
1-13,Gen Bnynton
F-13!MISS Helenc Bock
F-12 Dr B. C. Ehrenreich
G-13 J. P Sprague, M D..
E-Il Chas E. Johnson .
F-12IDr.& Mrs.Harry Ka.hn
H-13lNathan Herzog
B-I~iO"erbe_ck & Freybcrg.
G-L1JaCk Warner... . . . . ..
H-12 Frank J. G-"uthicr ....

Crawling Stone Resort .........


Daugherty Gilmore Cottages...
Frying Pan Camps@... . . . . . . .
Ga-B.-Wan Lndge
Gauthier's fu!snrt.(il).......... .
Hansen's Squirrel 'Lake Resort.
Hemlock's, The........ .. .....
Hielnke's Log Cabin Retreat@
Kaiser's Fernwood Lodge...
Kawl\gucsaga Lodge.
Koeferl's Resort@
Krasselts COtta~ .. ,. ..
Lake Minocqua Lodge
Lake"ic\v Inn.....
Lake\<ood Pines Resort... ...
Linger Longer fu!sort.(j).....
Lorrain 0' The Woods.........
Maddcn's North Shore Lodge.
Melang's Resort.
McrcerLakeResort.
Mid-Lake Resort
Minocqua Heights Golf & C. C.
MinoeQua Hotel.
MitcheIJ'sBayResort........
Mountain View House........
MuskeIJun~e Lodge..
Narrows, The.....
Nordic Resort @.............
Norl!! Lure Resort.......
Northern, The...........
Northern Pines Resort@.
Northern Star CoUages..
Oak Ridge....
Otoco Resort@...............
Pine & Balsam Resort@..
Pine Forest Resort@..........

D-IOIAlbert C. Anson
IIV."
22' 3.00
20.0,
1-13 E. C. Stoddard
12
32 cot.tageS to rent.
E-IO Anderson Bros.
. .. 15
75 5.00
25.00
G-12T. C. Findlay..
1
2U 4.00
25.00
D-9'Ben Gauthrie..
... 12
60 1 4.50 ........
D-12iHenry Hansen.
.. 11
601 5.00
30.00
G-12IE. A. Clark....
2V."
25 Cnttages to rent.
D-IO,H. V. H'emkc
16
30 4.00
24.00
E-lliFred W. Kaiser
12
65 1 4.00
25.00
F12 Mi,s Gertrude Doyle.. 4V."
115 5.00
28.00
K-14J. Koeferl
12
20 3.00
20.00
G-120. L. Krasselt........ ~.
12 Cottages to rent.
G-12'D. E. Madden
, J?4"
301 4.00
22.50
. .... Mrs. S. A. Myers
V. block 15 3.00
15.00
E-l1 Geo. H. Reinberger.
7 mi,e140 4.50
25.00
G-II N. H. Hillis
2V. "
20 CoUages to rent.
G-12.Janssen & Clark...
I "
65,l 3.50
25.00
G-12~Vm. E. Madden...
1 ::
25:On ,,;ppli catio!"
10.00
H-12\Wm. Melang........ 6
40 2.00
E-12:Mrs.M.J.Bishton .. 9 "
351 3.00
20.00
H-121F'rank Melaog......
3
35 3.50
20.00
G-120. E. HelSscr..
2
lao 6.00
40.00
Wm. Gordon.
.. ~2 block 40 3.00
20.00
F-12M. Heine......
.. 3 miles 25 3.00
18.00
G-13,H. Leary..........
3
25 3.50
20.00
D-12iTriska & Carter ..... 12
48'' Couages to rent.
G-12,o. J. Shape...
. '127.1"
35 CoUages to rent.
J-13:C. A. Sawyer
" 8 "
24ICottagesl to rent.
E-12.G. F. Miller
7
"
80iCabins tlo rent.
G-12Gus Nolan........... 7.1"
75 4.50
25.00
1 Cotlages to rent.
B-II.C. L. Bower
113
"
G-13.Tss. P. Murray
3
10'cottageSI to rent.
G-12C. F. Mapes.......
V. "
201 3.00
20.00
1-12P. R. Matz
10
20. Cottages, to rent.
B-ll,Mrs. F. Hertel.
18
30,Cabms tlo rent.
A-ll!Mrs. S. 1. Caro
20
72,- 4.50
35.00

g~~~;sLpo~~tR6~';;;~...

1:1f ~r~gJ:~e~~sCoie:

12
3

"
"

7V."

10"
3"
I
"
4 "
7 "
4
7
14
1
6

2~V."

25'Cotlages to rent.
30 $2.50
SI5 00
25 4 00
25 00
30 Cottages t<l rent.
411 l 4 00
25 00
12 Cottages t<l rent.
300n upphcahon.
lOO On appli catIOn.
1101 S275 OOISeason
20,Cottages to rent.
80.0n application.
150,On application.
45i 4.00
2~.00
35' 4.00
20.00
30i COllagesl to rcnt.

~~! U~

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~:~: g~~::: ~~~rrt@"""::::::: ~:lMU~e~~&rn~~~~e~..:lg


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::

E-lllMeCnnnell & God'son 7V. "


G-12Christie NeuyiIJe.... I
"
G-13J. P. Sprague, M. D
4 "
G-12,Cbns. Lawton
IV."
D-IO G. J. Rohrb~cher
16
E- 8 B. C. Gauthier:
13
E-IljFrank La.ndoski
7
C-12Jno.M.Murray& Soosi5
~il"erBeaehResort@
D-IOR. S. Johnson
14
Squaw Lake Resort@........
B-ll,Gen. Paetz...
.
J8
Squirrel Lake Lodge.
C-13 Wm. Jansen
13
3V."
Stack's Cottages.............. G-12R. F. Stack
fitevens Squaw Lake Resort@.. B-12,Ste"ens & Stevens
20 "
Stimpson's Sunrise Camp..... E-llIW. E. Stimpson
12
~-IlIGoteh)' & Merr~field .. 9
Sunday Lake Lodge.....
Ten Eyek Hotel.....
F-12Cbas. Ten Eyck
6
TerraceResort@.......
1-13 J. N. Burkle
8
Whispering Pioe Lodge..
.1-11 I.1. R. BTlee
8
Wildwood fu!sort@......
B-12C. A. Hill
20
1
Wildwoods Lodge.. ......
E-12,Chas.
Beyer
7
Williswood Re60rtQ)...
G- 91Mr. & Mrs. G.M.Willis 7
Woodland Resort............. G-1l1'Gale W. Huber, M. D. 2
Yesebek'sCrawI.StoneLodge@ G-lOlVm. R. Yesehek ...... 14
Pine Island Resort...... .. ....
Pinewood Retreat......
PottawaHomie Lodge.....
fu!in Bow Resort.........
Rohrbacher's fu!sort@.... .
Sand Lake fu!sort@......
Shishebognrna fu!sert..........
Shorewood Lodge

10

~o,eit~esi to ~~n~O
b1
18,Pu4 b'O C OUI~500

30; 4.CO
25.00
45' 5.00
35.00
601 5.CO
24.00
40:Ccttage. to rent.
25! 3.50.1 .25.00
?5\00 appll catloo.
00 4.00
21.00
42 5.00
25.00
30i 4.00
25.00
30lCoUages to rent.
40: 5.00
25.00
15'Icottages to rent.
35 4.00
25.00
40 5.00
25.00
15 3.00
20.00
30 3.00
20.00
52; 5.00
23.00
201 5.00
25.00
20 4.00
25.00
1
50 3.00
21.00
25 COU~ges to rcnt.
85 4.00 I 21.00
150.1 4.50
25.00
Continued on Page 11

Directory of Resorts and Hotels-Cant.


Altitude 1659 ft

Plum Lake, Wis

Map Ref. K-8

Camp Highlands (for bO).S)@IJ-S 1or.w.J.Monilaw 11illilej


C.mpHighl.nd. (AduJts)@....
J-Slor. W. J. Monil.w
1
"
Forest Home Resort@........
J-SHerb. & Bert Warner. 1J.i"
Hanson's Cottages@>.. . . . . . . . . R-O M. C. Hanson.. ... . .. )4"

Altitude 1598 ft

Rantz, Wis

6010n apPU',cation.
25, 84.00
825.G~
SO 4 .00
25.00
251Cottages to rent.

Map Ref. G-13

Blue Lake Resort@


1 F-l3IErnest G. Luedtke '1)4 milesl 40; 8350 I 82100
Camp Agawak (for girls) @. .. F-IS:Mrs. FloI" W. Pinkus 1)1 "
30:0n appucation.
Crystal Shore Resorts:!!l....... F-ISIL. R. Pinko""sky
: 2 "
241 4.00 I 25.00

Altitude 1679 ft

Sayner, Wis
Baer'g Resort.................
Balsam Lodge................
Clear View Lodge...........
DeHaas Red Oaks~..........

R-9IVrn. Baer
J-9 Herman Fabian.
J-IG P. J. Manhardt
L-IIIV. E. de Haas

Map Ref. J-8


S).-1miles 4~1 8UO
)1"
35 5.00
4).-1"
60 4.00
6
100'1500

82000
25.00
25.00
28.00
g~ F~r~6he d C;jbi
25 Cottage. to rent.
35 4.00
21.00
26 4.00
25 00
50 Cottages to rent.
60 4.00
21.00
21 1Col-tages to rent.
125 4.50
2S.00
481Cottages to rent.
601 5.00
30.00
80 5.00
25.00
40 4.00
25.00
80 4.00
25.00
40 4.00
25.00
On application.
12 3.50
24.00
100 700
sg.OO
404.00
20.00
65 3.00
21.00
32 4.00
25.00
28 4.00
24.00
30 1 50
2H. 00
40,. S. 50
18.00
... On appu cation.

l;6 ~~hA. }~~:.odervorL:: i)1"

~~~~J r;:keeR~o;t.~"""

06

Froelich's Cot~es....
J- SM. Froelich, Jr
6)1"
Greenwood Ranch@..
L-IlJohn R. Po,,"ell & Son S "
Jack Pine LodgeQ. . . . . . . . . .
J-IO .-\.lex.McGregor & Sons 5
Lake Side Cot,tages@.......
R-ll Mrs:G.H.Jackson
11
Log Cabin Resort............. J-10 J. H. Hunter
4).-1"
Lnng's Plum Lake Lodge@ .
J-9 Millard E. Long....
2"
LostLakeResort.........
K-9Edw.Gabe.
3
Murmuring Waters....
R- 9 J. Eliason
3).-1"
Musky Inn, The
, . , .;:;,,; IC-lO .\.m. edee Chabrison.... 5).-1"
Phillip's Moon Beach Resorv8. L-ll Gco. D, Phillips
6 "
Pickerel Point Resort
IC-ll E. S. Hallustadt
7
Pine ForestResort@
K-ll Wm. H. Seer
7
PineHurstResort@
L-llE.Pine.ult
10
Plum Lake Golf Club..
K-i;P. Anderson
1)1"
Point Antes..........
K-I0Mrs. L.1V.Pullen
7"
Sane;, The.........
J-HS. M. Sayner......... )1::
ShleldsPmeRest@....
R-IO Thos.J. ShIelds
8
Sisson's Resort@
R-II.John Si8son
5).-1"
Thurston's L<Jdge@........... L-12 R. Thurston
18 "
Tobin'sResort.@."
".
R-1I0. C. Tobin
5
Trail's End. . . . . . . . . .
R-8 Rich.rd F. Sayner.... 1).-1"
Vandervort's R.esort.... . .... ..
IC-9 G. Vandervort........ 4 "
Warwick Woods (for girls)...
J-8 Helen C. James...
3

Jj:~t~~}Afr:nann

Star Lake, Wis

Altltude 1681 ft

Bent's Cam_~.
Ferncroftlnn...
Oie's Point...
Oliver Lodge.......
Ole Rismon's Lodge...
White Birch Lodge.

L-4 Cha. A. Bent


.16 illliesl 80 S5 00
830.00
K-7JosephRothsrhlld
2Yz ,,1170 450
25.00
K-8J C. and V. W. Ole.. 1).-1"
40 CoLlages to rent.
K-7 John W. Ouver
U" 100 400
22.00
K-IOle R,smon
2"
45 500
3000
J-IEd Mykleby
5
30 450
2500

Tomahawk, Wis
Al Kahn's Resort....
Bay SIJrings...... .. . .. .. ..
Camp Lincoln (for boys).. .
Camp Nickel. ...... .. .. . .. .
Edgewood Resort...........
Essex Lodge.
Homewood Collages....
Lincoln Hotel. . . . . . . . . . .
Mitchell Bote!...........
Park Eotel..........
PmeCreekResort...
Road Lake Resort...
Teal's Cott.gcs. .
Theiler's Resort..

~~gg

Map Ref. K-8

Altitude 1450 ft...


H22 A. Kahn
G-22 Ahin J. Slater........
G.23IGeo. Young
G-22 Arthur Nickel.....
H-21 Reuben R. Wurster
G-21 lMrs. M. M. Gnffith
H-21.Mrs. Jessie Clark
. .. ~-rrs. Geo. Bell........
.. .. IR.M.Gra.nt
.. .. !J. Castanger
1-22Geo.JesheWltz
G-23A. J. Daigle..
. .... ,C. W. Teal.. .
H-22 Wm. Theiler..

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tgg

if,~~dl~~~~~~'

Map Ref. G-22


;; miles 70 83.50
2).-1"
15 Cottages
4 "
50250.00
4)1"
60 3.50
5 "
50 3.50
5),2 "
60 4.50
5 "
30 Cottages
1)1 blk. 20 2.00
1
" 2203.50
1)1."
25 1.50
7 mde'
4 4.00
)4"
.. Cottages
1
8 Cottages
7
2.00

Trout Lake, Wis...... Altitude 1630 It. . . . .

821.00
to rent.
Season.
21. 00
20.00
25.00
to rent.
9.00
24.50
H.50
25.00
to rent.
to rent.
12.00

Map Ref

H-8

Camp Armour (for boys).


Camp Dewey (for boys), .,
.
Camp Franklin Lodge(j)
.
C.mp Osoha (for girls)
.
M.uito~ish Lodge, TheQ
.
Muskie Log Cottages
.
New Northern CottagesQ.
N orn-ay Lodge
.
Red Arrow Camp (for boys) .
Rocky Reef Resort
.
Sand Beach Resort.
.
Trout Lake Golf & C. C.CD
.

DIRECTORY OF LAKES
Name

Map Ref.

Aimer..
Alder....
Alice.... ..
Alma
Alva...........
Anna.
Arbor Vitae
Armour... .
A. Rozen. .
Ax

.H-2
E-6
G-22
L-ll
..1-16
,H-3
H-I0
.C-3
1-10
H-17

Name
Baldwin.
Ballard.
Bass...
Bass...
Bass
Bass
Bass.
Bass.
Bass.
Bass.

Map Ref.
.
.
.

L-19
1(-7
H-9
. .. L-17
,. ,
C-3
C-5
.. C-6
.
C-9
"
C-I0
.
E-12
II

Name

Map Ref.

Bay
1(2
Bayoot
C-13
Bear. . ,
E-15
Beaver
H-23
Beaver ........... 1-3
Besaw
1(-18
Belline
R-3
Big...
.
L-3
Big...
F-4
Big Bass. .
. ... C-8
Continued on Page 12

Directory of Lakes-Continued
Map Ref.

Name

Big Be" r
G-4
Big nearskin
G-16
Big Carr
H-14
Big Crawling Stone.D-1O
Big Crooked.. .
H-5
Big Gibson
J-5
Big Muskellunge
r-S
Big Pine
A-9
Big Rice
,
E-7
Big St. Germain
J-IO
Big Sand
,
E-8
Bills
B-IO
Birch
,
HIG
Birch
E-3
nirch ............ H-12
Black
C-S
Blue
F-13
Bobs
J-16
Bolton..
.. F-9
Boom
Ir18
Booth
C-ll
Boulder
H-5
Bragonia
L-Il
Brandy .......... G-Il
Brook
1-3
Brown
K-14
Bro~vn
H-15
Buckskin
C-ll
Buffalo
1-12
Burnt
B-6
Camp 4
1-10
Canton
H-14
Cap Henry
A-8
Carlin
F-3
Carroll
,
H-ll
Cedar
C-3
Circle Lily
,C-4
Cisco
,
L-2
Clear
E-5
Clear
1-7
Clear
, CIl
Clear
H-12
Clear
J-17

8l;;~: :::

(t~i

D. L

.J-14

Clearwater
Ir2
Cochrane
J-4
Constance
DI
Coon
J17
Corinne
.J-3
Crab
G-3
Crampton
K-3
Cranberry
A-S
Cranberry
C-5
Crescent.
J19
Crooked
L-3
Crooked
D-S
Crooked
C-ll
Crystal. ......... G-21
Crystal
1-8
Crystal.
L-IG
Curran
L-15
Currie
GI G
Dadeck
J-4
Dam
D-5
Dam
L-12
Daugherty
1-13
Day
,
C-r
Dead Pike
,D-6
Deer
D-3
Deer .. ,
G-20
Devils .. ,
,
.J-4
Diamond,
G7
Diamond.,
C-12

Dollar
F-9
Dorothy Dunn
K-6
Duck
H-19
Dunn
1-3
East Horsehead
1-16
Echo
A-4
Edith
G-6
EcJney Douglas
K-16
Effie
G-18
Ellerson
F-S
Ely
H16
Emelene
K-2
Emily
B-9
Emma
K-Ill
E. O. Brown
G-15
Fat
C-S
Favi!.
B-9
Fence............ E-IO
Finley
L-ll
Fisher
B-2

Name

Map Ref.

Fish Hawk. , . , , , , ,L-3


Fishtrap
, , . , , .. 1-5
Flanner.",
, , ,K e17
Flora
H-4
Foster. " . , . " " , ,G-14
Found .... , .. ,., .K-IO
Franklin"""", ,D-12
Garth"",
F-15
Gaylord .. , ,
,
GI
Gene ... ,
,
, .. C-Il
George .. ,
,
, ,C-I
Gilmore
1-12
Goodyear."
1-17
Grllssey
1-5
Grassey.,
",
F-IO
Great Bass, , ... , ,. C-12
Gun Lock
,.". ,E-ll
Hanchett .. ,
, , .. L-12
Hancock
, , , , , . H-18
Hardin
, , , , , , ,L-4
Harris. , .. ,
, . , . E-2
Harris"" ,',
,. ,DIS
Harris Alban .. , ... G-15
Hasbrook
, .. 1-13
Haskell
,", .. C-ll
Haughit
" .. ,., .F-IS
Heiress.,.,., ... , ,G-IG
High
"",.,." .J-4
Hill
,
F-12
Hill
K-21
Hodag
1-17
Hodstradt
J-14
Hook
J-17
Horsehead
,
G-2
Horse head
H-8
Horse Head
1-14
Indian.
Ir5
Irving.
. .K-7
Island
_
F-5
Island
B-IO
James
H-21
Jennie Barnes
L-15
Jenne
H-18
Jerems
D-l1
.J. D. Ross
1-10
Jones
J-4
Josie
1-18
Jug
G-G
Julia .. ". '"
L-Ill
Jute
J-4
Katherine
G-14
Katinka
F- 3
l(awaguesaga
F-12
Klondike
H- II
Lac du Flambeau .. Cog
Lake 17.....
.
F-14
Landfords
K-I
Langley. . . .
.
K-18
Laura.
.L-7
Liege.. . . . . . . . . . .1-16
Lily
K-19
Lindsley
L-3
Little Arbor Vit-ae.. H-II
Little Bear
G-4
Little Bear
J-8
Little Carr
[-14
Little Cranberry
B-9
Little Crawling Stone
... D-IO
Little Crooked
G-5
Little Gibson
J-5
Little ivIartha
B-3
Little Mud
D-9
Li ttle 1\'1 uskell unge. G-ll
Little Pine
A-9
Little Presque Isle .. 1-2
Little St. Germain.. K-ll
Little Sand
E-8
Little ShishebogamaE-12
Little Tomahawk .. H-14
Little Trout
E-7
Lone Tree
K-7
Long
A-I
Long
DIO
Long
F-IO
Long
1(-14
Long
B-15
Long
1-16
Long Pine
1-3
Lost... ..
.
C-6
Lost.....
.A-8
Lost
R-9
Lower Crab. . . . . G-4
Lower Gresham. . F-7
12

Name

Map Ref

Lower Kaubachien. F-l4


Lynx
H-3

Me.
LIS
il-lcCab
K15
McCormick
F15
McCullough
1-3
McDougal
GIO
McGrath .. ,
H14
McKenna.,
, .. G-13
McNaughton."., .. 1-15
Mable...
. .H-3
Mable ... " , . " , .. H-22
Madeline
, .. , ... HII
Malby
,."., .. Y12
Mamie,
, , , . , .. Ir3
Manitowish
, ... EG
Mann
, .. , .. H-ll
Manson".,
,
H-20
l\Iarion
E-12
Martha,
A-4
lIiary
, , , , . , . , . GS
Mauds
", .... [-17
Mercer
, "'" .E12
Middle Gresham, .. F-7
Mildred
"., .. ,J17
Miller.
. .G14
Minocqua, .. " ., .. G-12
Moha.wksin ... ,
F-22
Moon
""
L-ll
Moore. ,
E-15
Morton. , ,
, .. 1-3
"Iud
C-2
Mud
"., ,
, .,F-3
j\Iud
E-5
i\Iud
""
CG
Mud
,.",.,.,K-7
Mud
,', .. K-15
MUBkie .. ,
"". ,H-15
~[uskalonge.. , . , .. G-21
)Iuskelunge" .. , .. K-14
Nebish. . .
, .. 1-7
Netties.
.IrIG
Neuman.
. . . 1-15
Nixon .... """ .. ,J-6
Nokomis, .. " .. , .. G-20
No Mans.. """ .. D-I
North Turtle, , ,
D-2
North Two, . ,
,.1-14
Oatmeal. , " .. ", ,Ir15
Ole......
.J-16
Oneida. ,
H-18
Ormes.,
,., .. H-I
Oswego
, , .. 1-5
Oswego
, , .. K-14
Owl
, .. , . , . B-1
Oxhow
" .. , , ... H-2
Oxbow"
, . . A-3
Pulmer,
.. K-3
Papke..
. .F-12
Papoose
, . , .. E-4
Pa.rdee
C-I
Partridge, , . , .. ,
J-6
Payment. " .. ,
B-3
Pearl. .. ",.,
Ir18
Pickerel., .. "
J-ll
Pickerel.
.. Irl4
Pier. . .
, .3-13
Pierce.
. . G~5

Pike.
. A-II
Pine... .
. C-13
Plum...
" .. K-3
Plum.......
.. .. J-8
Plummer., .... , ... F-ll
Pokegama".,.,. ,D-ll
Pomeron, , , , , .. , .. 1-1
Poor
"
, .L-3
Portage,
, , , . , .. G-21
Prairie .. "., .. ,., .F-Ill
Presque Isle. ,
, . F-3
Rahr.
,,.,
, 1-4
Rainbo,,
,. ,.E-2
Razor ]'jack"
J-8
Red
, .F-4
Reed
, .. ,
Ir17
Reese
, .. GIG
Rest
,
D-5
Rice
, , .. '
H-5
Rice
,.,
J-8
Rice
,
,
A-IO
Road".,
~23

Rock. , .. _.. ,
D-2
Rock, ..... , , . , . , , .1-7
Rock, , . , . , , . ,
G-ll
Rock.
"
H-!)
Continued on Page 13

Directory of Lakes-Continued
Name
Map Ref.
Ross Allen. . . .
. C-9
R.ound
G-4
Round
A-I0
Round
L-17
Runnell.
A-8
Sandborn
J-3
Sand
L-13
Schlect
G-12
Scotchman.
. . E-12
Sherry
J-17
Sbishehogama
E-ll
Silver
G-8
Silver
L-15
Skunk
E-15
Soma.
.. D-21
Sao. .. .. ...
. .J-18
South Bass. . .
C-4
South Turtle
D-3
South Two
1-14
Spider.
. . A-3
Spider.
.. B-5
Spider. .
.
G-O
Spruce
C-7
Squash
J-19
Squaw
B-ll
Squaw
K-2I
Squirrel.
D-12
Stag
1-20
Star.. .. .. .. ..
.G-ll
Star... .. ... ..
. K-8
State Line. . .
. G-2
Statenaker. . .
. F-9
Stella
[(-9
Sterrett
1-8

Name
Stone. ..
Stone
Stone
Sturgeon

Map Ref.
. . .. . E-5
L-13
K-14
C-5

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D-8

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Sweeney.
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Tamara.c
D-2
Tank
A-4
Tank.
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Tenderfoot.
J-3
Thousand Island
L-2
Tim Lennon
L-15
Toma bawk. . .
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Tom Doyle.
K-15
Torpy
D-12
Tourisb
E-lO
TOI\'n Line
K-18
Trilby
G-lO
Trout
H-7
Tucker
A-lO
Turner....
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Twin.
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F-7
Twin
E-l1
Twin
K-15
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Twin Island
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Two Sisters.
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Upper Gresbam .... G-7
UPPPf KaubsC'hiE'n .. F-14

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Vergin
Virgin
Webb
West Bay
West Horsehead
Wbite Birch
Whitefish
White Sand
Whitney
Wild Cat
Wild Cat
Willow
Will
Willy
Wil1d Pudding
Wishou
Witches
Wolf
Wolf.
Woodcock
Wyondoek
yawkey
Young.
Forest Ranger
Stations

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H-20
B-1
H-O
L-3
H-17
J-7
D-ll
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G-5
1-4
F-12
B-16
G-18
1-6
H-15
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State Game Farm .. H-7

Ticket Offices and Information Bureaus


CHICAGO, ILL.-City Ticket OffiGe, 50 Soutb Clark St., Pbone Central 7600
Ul1ion Station, Canal a.nd Adams Sts. . . . . . . . .. . .. Pbone Franklin 6700
E. G. Hayden, Gen. Agl. Pass. Dept., 307-]00 W. Monroe St. Phone Cent. 7tiOO
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MILWAUKEE, WIS.-City Ticke, Office, 405 E. Water St .. Phone Broadway 5720
J. C. Prien
General Agent Passenger Department
Beloit, Wis.-"ll'1ilwaukee" Station..
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Pbone 257
L. J. Ligbtfield
Passenger and Ticket Agent
Cincinnati, Ohlo-204 Dixie Terminal Bldg
Phone 1Ilain 5010
G. C. Armstrong
General Agent
Cleveland, Ohlo-937 Union Trust Bldg
Phone Main 2457
F. E. Clark
General Agent
Dallas, Tex.-131S Praetorian Bldg
Phone X S291
J. 1'1. Allen................................ .
General Agent
Davenport, Iowa-llnion Station
Phone Dav. 880
A. l\{allurn
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Division Passpnger Agen t
Des Moines, Iowa-Franklin Hotel.
Phone Walnut 2434
H. ~V. Warren................................ District Passenger Agent
Detroit, Mlch.-806 Transportation Bldg
Phones Randolph 6834-5
H. W. Steinhoff
, . General Agent
Indianapolis, Ind.-717 Merchants Bank Bldg
Phone Lincoln 1077
Wm. Pasha
General Agent
Janesville, Wis.-"Milwaukee" Station
Phone 191
F. W. Zimmerman
Passenger and Ticket Agent
Kansas City, Mo.-817 Walnut St.
Phones :llain 6390, Yictor 2546
E. G. Woodward
General Agent Passenger Department
Madison, Wis.-".\rfilwaukee" Station...... .. .
. . Phone Badger 6300
A. B. Batty
Clty Passenger Agent
Minneapolis, Minn.-City Ticket Office, 4.5 S. 7th St.
Radisson Hotel
J. J. Oslie, Phone Main 5652
City Passenger Agent
Moline, Ill.-":lIilwaukee" Station. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .
Phone 733
J. C. Lang
Passenger and Tic.ket Agent
New Orleans, La.-226 Carondelet St
Phone Main 6449
W. H. Rogers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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General Agent
Omaha, Neb.-306 S. Sixteenth St
Phone Jackson H81
W. E. Bock
General Agent Passenger Depa-.tment
Pittsburgh, Pa.-201 Park Bldg
Phone Atlantic 2438
H. L. NIeLaugblin
General Agent
Rock Island, Ill.-"Milwaukee" Station
Phone 363
S. B. Stoddard
Passenger and Ticket AAent
St. LOUis, Mo.-2003 Railway Exchange..
.Phone Garfield 0337
C. J. Peterson.. .
General Agent
St. Paul, Minn.-City Ticket'Office, 365 Robert St.
Phone Cedar 4491
T. A. i\1orken
General Agent Passenger Department.
Terre Haute, Ind.-300 Rea Bldg... ..
. ... Phone Wabash 1296
P. 1\'1. Fagan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. ... Di\'ision Passenger Agent
TUlsa, Okla.-925 Kennedy Bldg.
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Phone 2-9921
H. S. Za.ne...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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GEO. B. HAYNES,
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Chicago, Ill.

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