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 - r ASK THE SECRETARY ^ Frank Wilford is one of...
r ASK THE SECRETARY ^ Frank Wilford is one of the Lorain county people who believe that the Yellowstone National Park offers the finest vacation playground in the country. are others who hold the same view and there are national parks which also o ffer splendid opportunities ier recreation. If you are t hinking of taking a trip the Secretary of the Interior at Washington is good man to consult. His department declares itself riady and willing to inform you all about the fine parks and playgrounds. I There are fourteen National Parks, so there is considerable latitude of choice and in all of them the i£ unexcelled by anything in the old world. There much room for choice in the matter of accommodations. 0ne may luxuriate in magmncient hotels, one may out, or may take a gypsy wagon and go "sage - ' The number of people who enjoyed these ol Uncie Sam's in 1914 was only 85,000. In 1915 -number had risen to about 200.000. The expectation that 1916 will see it increased again. - And all of the people who went had a splendid -Every visitor to one of our national parks comes -ardent advertiser of its joys -- and an advocate of -Kent bill for a unifted_National Park Service 'which -iifcf ease ^OSfe plelfsTir£ : gwm^^T^ -oF^ . ~ - Touring one of them or lingering to play in -Woods and waters isn't so expensive as many people -think. If you want to know more about them, how -get there and what it costs -- ask the Secretary of Inferior. l 1

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  1. The Chronicle-Telegram,
  2. 28 Jul 1916, Fri,
  3. Page 4

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