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THK JOVSOfAIj, Vol. 52. No. 28
RSDAY. JUNE 29. 1922
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In a recent' Issue of the Chicago Trtbnne a plat was shown of the Uncolfi Highway through Illinois, and its connections with the high- way9 from eastern states, also through Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming, Nevada an* on to California, and gave the name and population of all the towns .along the highway where free camp- ' l&g perks had been provided tor the conTenience of tourists! At this time seventy-five free camping parks have beeh ' prov^ded^ at different points where tourists may stop for as long a time as desired.
The Lincoln Highway association atates that theae camps, located con¬ venient to towns, are meeting with great favor from tourists who avoid (trouble with property owners and find mant conveniences that make the journey across country more pleasant. Some of these camps of ten harbor as many at 3,000 tour¬ ists at one time, notably in the west at strategic points, such as the cross¬ ing of main trails.
Bach year the number of tourists It rapidly increasing and informa- tloa is sought froin the Lincoln Highway association relative to camping sights.
These are facts which go to show the routes tourists will take and al¬ so should impress unon the people of Flora and commu