George R. Beard, "On the Social Circuit". Detroit Free Press, August 22, 1909
TOSKEY SWARMS WITH TOURISTS Hay Fever Season and low Kail-road Kail-road Kail-road Bates Bring Them Out in Thousands. fetoskey, Mich., August 21. The simultaneous beginning of the hay fever season and of a round trip rate of less than the regular ono-fare ono-fare ono-fare rate from points south have made Petoskey and other northern Michigan resorts literally swarm with tourists. On the first day the Pere Marquette and the Grand Rapids Rapids & Indiana set down 1.150 In Petoskey alone, and subsequent days have been close to that mark. It ta estimated that the middle of next week will see the greatest crowd In Petoskey's history, for the early resorters still will be here and those who remain late all ni" have arrived. , . John M. Klose of Kalamazoo and Svdney A. Bump and Charles V, hit-taker hit-taker hit-taker of Petoskey have gone to the Manistee river on a fishing trip. Mr and Mrs. Charles Patterson of Milan, regular visitors tor m&ny years, are at the Debenham cottage cottage on Grove street tor the remainder remainder of the season. Kev-,. Kev-,. Kev-,. i McCune of Three Rivers is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. I. ml- ml- CUMr: an Mrs. Norman T. Kirk of Stanton have returned home after o visit to Mrs..B. F. Stebbins. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Anderson and daughter, Grand Rapids, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Salgeon on Mitohell street, and Miss Maude Radcllffe of Grand Rapids has re- re- tUffiE Mmie Dltton and family and Miss Grace Brandt of Detroit recently visited Mrs. Dltton s broth-pr broth-pr broth-pr A G Hebestrelt. Miss Brandt s visit etlll continues. ,C,H. Among other resorters visiting friends and relatives are: Carl Pollmar. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Foreman, Foreman, Mrs. E. N. Myers, Oscar Fair. Sfss Re Joseph Miss Tibbie Lev-inson. Lev-inson. Lev-inson. Miss Eva Ijevinson, Miss Emma Emma Welthoff, Miss Anna Gulnon, S Rosenthal and family, Detroit; Dr. C H. Jennings, Dr. Hollingswortn, Mrs. Horace Heith, Miss Lurene Helth. Mr. and Mrs. G. Donald Mc-Intvre, Mc-Intvre, Mc-Intvre, Mrs. F. D. Whlteman, Grand Rapids; Mrs. E. C. Barnum. Pere Wines, Battle Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Montez Dlngman, Central Lake, Mrs. H. B. Scattergood, Saginaw; Mr. and Mrs. Alden Campbell, Big Rapids; Miss Mabelle Glasser, Miss Loretta Glasser, Gay lord; Mrs. Henry Henry Cutler, Jackson; Mrs. Robert Ross. Interlaken.. The following have completed visits and returned to their homes; Wade B. Millis, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Benjamin Middleditch. Detroit; Lacy Sargent. Mrs. John Leroy Gand Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Glass, Sr., Kalamazoo; Henry Swanson, Traverse City. At tie Hotrt. Michigan arrivals for the week are as follows; New Arlington George R. Beard, Jr.. Detroit; Miss Helen P. Blodgett. Mrs J P. Bray ton, Mrs. James H. Campbell, Grand Rapids; Mrs. Carl Kling, Mrs. Max Livingston, Kalamazoo; Kalamazoo; Mrs. F. E. Abbott-McMath. Abbott-McMath. Abbott-McMath. Arthur J. Abbott, Ann Arbor; Mrs. Thompson Burton, Cheboygan; Mrs. Catherine M. Cameron, Alpena; Ralph H. Pardee, Pontlac. Cushman Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Sanford, Theodore Becker. N. O. .