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One of Atlantic City's Largest and Leading All-thc-Year Hotels.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
On Ocean front. Close to all attractions. Capacity, 1,000. The location,
large rooms and open surroundings have established this as the most com?
fortable hotel for the summer. All baths supplied with sea and fresh water;
running water in guest rooms; spacious promenade; verandas overlook the
famous Boardwalk. Orchestra. High-class restaurant. American'and Euro?
A. S. RUKEYSER, Mgr. JOEL HILLMAN, President.
Virginia Ave. and Ileach. Capacity
SS*, m..vi> what we offer al tin Vary
Special Rate of ?1S.S0 UP \VKEKLY|
5-'.r.O t r DAILY, American Plan.
Room* with Privat? Hath
Rootmi with Hot aiid Cold nut.nins
Finest 1.station Music
Elevator -Rest Table
Ocean View Perfect Srrvlco
SAMUEL ELLIS. ^
Owner and Prop'r.
I THE ?M
Lcadino Hcsorl House of Ihe World
I O JOSlAM WHIU & SONS COMPANY 1
MICHIGAN AVENUE NElAK BEACHi
convenience sad comfort,
?nipenor location, liberal spare clven !?> puh
:.r rnom? Open surroundings: light, cheer
ful bedrooms, ninny with riinnlii?" water,
rrlvat? baths, elevator. All Windows screen
As lo quality of feed, service, absolute
Cleanliness, we are prepared to demonstrate
* drrree of excellence, unqualified?absolute.
AN IDEAL IAMll.Y HOTEL.
Confident the "ARLINGTON" will meet
svlth your approval we i
patronage. R. J.
l"ae|| and Arkanasi Avenues. Spacious
grounds adjoin hearli and boardwalk. Only
medium-priced hotel where guests may go
?from house to mrf lu bathing nttlrc With?
out using streets, which is prohibited. Use
of l>?th houses with attendant to cure for
suit* 1? free. Riiiiniiig water In rooms.
I're-h mid sea water baths* public and pri?
vate. Special rates Sl.M and up dally; JS.O) 1
to III.SO weekly. Including choice tnblr. sup- I
plied from own farm, White, service. Or
eheitrs T-nnl- courts nni croquet grounds ;
between hotel and beach. Bookl't mailed
PAUL C. ROSECRANS.
PfW 0 ?QOQOO?oooa
,. <flrgjnla- \,.. near Reach,
FITtEPRO?I ? Bl II I Ol IIUK K.* STONE.
Everything that constitutes a Hrst-OSass
h??: KUvator, prba> httths. etc , etc. I..09
up dtlly; special weekly ra'e?. booklet.
O. D PAINTER.
?ach. C'Vi large cool I
itc baths: running]
??attr In rooms; line porches; elevator; elcc-1
trie lights, etc. Pood and service of the)
Best. Very reasone-blu t?te?
II. J nr.w.
Ocean Avenue and lteach,
Atlantic < II) , N. ,|.
EIRBPRQOF <ry modern conve?
nience. Elevator lo street. Excellent
culAlne. U'.nlng-room overlooks ocean,
i: to IS dalli , f 10 to weekly.
Balbimg from Hottl. Free Shower Bath
?p i $2.00 and up daily
JR3.16S $9.00 to $17.50 weekly
Free Booklet Describing Atlantic Clly.
BY Till', SEA.
HOTEL \M? SANATORIUM.
Atlantic City, N. J.
OALEN If ALL
IN THE IMOI NT UNS,
\ i III-l -( I_\Sh IIO.Ll .
. F. L. TIM M., fieaeral Manager.
Met: select location fitting 'he ocean.
IThoroughly modern. Courteous service.
Bathrooms with hot ?nl old, fre?h and
? as water attachments, etc. Magnificent
porches owrlooktng th< . Roardwaik and
ocean. Orchestra of soloist? rjolf privi?
leges. Always open. I: utrated booklet.
NEWLIN 1IA1MS i oMPANY.
5ENT8 P05TAOE SECURES
fof ATtASiTIC CITY.ITS HOTELS, AMUSEMENTS,
I RECTS ETC "OFFICIAf GUIDE SENT KRKE
TCITY 0*r?IU*ATION UUfliAi;
Halt nie.i k Orcnn Front.
Always Open. Cnparlty 600. Fireproof,
Bern Wntt-r nnthrt. (;?r?-c. Rookies.
On the ocean front. Virginia av.. overlook?
ing famous Steel Fier. Capacity 600. Special.
M'.'.M up weekly; no extra charge for hot
st a water baths. Elevator, spneious porches,
private baths. Orchestra. Auto meets trains.
Hooklet. H'.M. HYAUN. I'roy.
FRANK M. IMIOEBlfJ. Mgr
Deran Fuel Virginia Are.
A modern hotel with every convenience;
elevator, private baths, etc. Open lawns
allow plenty of light and air. Ideally lo?
cated. (Service and table the best. Kates
Jl'NJ up weekly. Booklet.
W. B. COTTEN.
Virginia Avenue, second house from
boardwalk and Steel Pier. Open a.i
year. Private baths. Write for terms
and booklet. .1 ft N. R. BOTHWELL
Best Moderate Rate Hotel
And Fireproof Annex. Tenn. av.. near Beach
central: capacity 400; opposite Prot, and Cath.
Churches. ; running water in rooms : privnte baths ;
excellent table ; vegetables from own farm ; white
service: $S to wk'ly : Sl.?O to *:?.30
d'ly. Bklt. Special rates. R. B. Ludy. M.D.
New York ave.. First House from Beach.
Private B.atlis Running Wat-r In Rooms
BATHING ALLOWED FROM HOTEL.
Rat-s. ?: up Daily; $a to ft'.M Weekly.
New Hotel Merion
Allan tie City, N. J?
Vermont Ave. Unobstructed ocean
view. Newly built brick. Cuisine un
surpassed. MACK I.ATZ ft CO.
Tennessee sie., near Beach: always open.
Prlrate baths, elerator: excellent table;
white service; Si up nntly: ?10 to $17.50
wkl". Sat. to Men.. S3.S?. Booklets.
MARGARET WALSH PIJWCAN.
HOTEL IR0QU0IS !
So. Carolina ave and the Beach, most cen-|
tral location and close to all attraction* and'
best bathing grounds. Kn? of tin- most mod-i
era and Up-to-date hotels In every particu?
lar. Capacity tea. I'e large, oceanslrlc cool i
rooms; private baths; running water Inj
rooms; elevator, spacious porches, music.I
Not?d for Its excellent table: white service. I
Special ?.irlv season rfli tea??S12.&0 up weekly:!
f'.'.l'j up daily. American plan. Write !or)
booklet W F E HAW. |
HOTEL MAJESTIC. Virginia a~v a it d
Beach: r?novat?rt throughout: centre of i
attraction*; ocean view: capacity 309; ele-j
vator; private baths: white service, etc.;
superior table special $!?> up weekly; |J ;
lip daily, booklet. M A. SMITH.
COLUMBIA HOTEL !
Missouri Avenue and Hnnrilvsalle, i
AM ocean view rooms. European and
men. an plan. HARRY I. ITT MAN.
Tennessee Ave.. third house from beach
and pier, family hotel; private bath*. oc*an|
view, elevator, fine porehe*, home cooking;
special low enrlv season rates
_J. G. MITCHELL, '
Grand Atlantic Hotel
Virginia Ave near Roach .and Steel Pier.
Open surroundings. Capacity WO. Hot and
cold ?ea water bnths. Large room*; south
ern exposure. Elevator to street love'.,
spacious porches, etc. Special week rates;
fl.SO up daj ly. Booklet. Coaches meet
trains. COOPER & DEEDS.
NARRAGAV JRTT PIER. It. I.
Open June. 1011.
Large modirn hotel, overlooking the
ocean; accommodate* iv.so rruests; sur?
rounded by beautiful shade trees and
equipped with avery convenience that
modern luxury can atlggOSt. Splendid
beach, bathliig, nsbintr. polo, tennis, i
trolf. superb d.-i\ es. Write for literature. |
ANDREW It AUFL. A. L SMITH, j
"?tier. Mnaoger. j
Buena Vista Spring Hotel |
In the B'.ue Ridge. Franklin Co.. Pa.
i feet sbovo sea !<??.??Com. bracing- I
Superb Scenery, Fine Drives. Pute ?pilng |
Water. Large garage. Moriero equipment. |
Opens fur Season Juno 15, 1911.
Same efficient management as last year.
ROOMS, nr.qie or en suite, with privat?
batb, now i.,.i.king.
For chart, terms and booklet address
Thomas r. l ? l; RKin.?.
Buen* Vlsia, Franklin Co., Pa.
feummcr ?etforM. Summer &esort?
Otterburn Springs Hotel
AMELIA COURTHOUSE, VA.
Now open. Only 36 miles from Richmond. Every modern improvement;
gas, hot and cold running water in every room. Rooms en Miitc, with private
bath; all newly furnished with modern furniture, etc. E.Ncellent table.
Business men can go backward and forth every day at a railroad fare of
14c per trip.
The famous Otterburn Water always on hand. Rates, $12.50 w?_ek up.
Special family rates. For information and booklet, address
J. G. BOISSEAU, Manager,
Otterburn Springs, Amelia Courthouse, Va.
Or Phone Madison 6007.
And what is so rare as a day In June?
Then, if ever, come perfect days;
Then heaven tries the earth if it be in tune,
And over it softly her warm ear lays.
June, the month of perfect days?yes, but the poet when he
composed those lines thought not of the crowded city, but of
green fields and trees and flowers; of the fresh, pure breezes of
the ocean and of unsullied nature. He thought not of the hot
and dusty streets, but of a world of natural beauty. Away
from the city the sentiment is true, not of the one month alone,
but of all the summer months.
Why not get away from the hot city, if only for a brief
interval. Try the inestimable pleasure of a trip to
and make that day perfect, no matter when it may be.
Delightful Surf Bathing good Fishing boating, Music.
Dancing and a multitude of other pleasures both afloat and
Try it and see. You'll not be disappointed.
Spend your vacation?
^? ir week ends?your
Von will be delighted
with the place?its round
of pleasures and outdoor
The resort where land
and sea blend their
The Sayre Cottage
BICKHOE BEACH. VA.
Ia now op<?n for the. reception of I
guests. Th? accommodations are good
and the rates n.s reascShabls as la con
?[steint with good sfervioe. The man
agement will tnke pleasum In doing
everything possible to make your visit
I.leasant and jvrofUa.'ile to you. Ad?
dress for terms, etc..
THE SAVRE COTTA OB,
UueUroe Reach. V?.
Ocean View, Va.
State Street and B Avenue, near First.
Proprietors, Mrs. M. O. Burton and Mrs
Groat. Sunday dinner a specialty.
A comfortable, well-kept hotel. Excel?
lent table. Special attention to traveling
men. Beautiful location. Attractive to
summer tourists. Very reasonable rates.
MRS. J. P. MITCHELL.
DELAWARE WATER GAP, PA.
Leading Hotel; coolest loration; no malaria or mosquitoes. Capacity 500.
Everv convenience. Boating, fishing, bathing, golf,orchestra, social diversions,
saddle horses. Table supplied.from own (aim. American Plan Cafe and Grill.
Write for booklet of views and special rates. G. FRANK COPE.
Among the Blue Ridge Mts.,
you get a high-grade summer resort
and the advantago of a summer
chautauqun for what you would pay
for either alone elsewhere.
In addition to the advantages of a high
grade summer rr-ort, at once acccssiM*
yet removed from the heat and rush of thc
crowded centres, in addition to the mag?
nificent scenery, the wonderful summec
climate, the beautiful building and rcstfulr
haded grounds on their lolty plateau.,
swept bv invigorating mountain breezes,
"COOL HEIGHTS" offers you and your
family FREE thc unique privilege of
thc summer chautauqua of the So?
ciety for thc Advancement of Social
Edttcation, with its inspiring lecturers,
its special ceremonies, its high-grade
musical and dramatic events, its pilgrim?
age.- to historic places and natural won?
ders and. above all, the society oi a won?
derful body of men and women?the lead
i err in public affairs, in education, in the
\ professional, business, social and civic life
[of the entire South. Rates, including all
' general meetings and special events of the
rhautauqua. ten to fourteen dollars per
week. For reservation and further par?
ticulars write or wire Manager "Cool
Heights," Buena Vista, Va.
The Haynes Cottage
Formerly Grand View Cottage. Directly
on the water front. Teems reasonable.
'-MRS.J. T. HAYNES..Eroo.
Auguata Co., Va,
Sulphur. Alum and Ohalytbea-te Waters
-?all within 530 feet of boteL 12 acres
of beautiful la-wns and groves sur?
round hotel, forming environment un
equaled elsewhere. 1,411 acres moun?
tain land comprise Stribltng tract.
Rntes. $7.0? to $10.00. R. R. stations:
Stauntor.. Stnkesvllle. Guests arriv?
ing before July 4 th transported from
Marions free. Booklet, lfi illustrated
pages. F. r-H[CHESTER. -Mount Solon
P. O, Augusta Co., Va.
I Pulaski Alum Springs
Open June 1st.
Situated in I'ulaski county, Va., 2.000
feet above sea level, amidst thc Alle
chany Mountains. Climate invigorating;
free from malaria. Modern hotel. Tables
supplied from our own gardens. Pulaski
alum water contains marvelous curative
powers. Iii ncficial in more different dis
j cases than any other water in the State.
All sports, such as dancing, bowling, ten?
nis, croquet, tishing, boating and bathing
FREE to our guests. Write for full in?
formation ami rates. Water shipped at
all seasons, k. C. GRAHAM. Manager,
The Virginia Bay
OCEAN VIEW. VA.
Season 1912; June 16 to September 1.
Sixth feason under same manage?
ment. Most popular Summer Hotel on
the Virginia coast. Entire bullding?.
Including t-ath houses, have bsen thor
> oughly overhauled, renovated and re?
painted t:-, rnughout A system of hot
and cold water baths have been In?
stalled. Si a food specialties fell pre?
pared and n'.oely served at each meal.
For reaf<.r.Abie rates and other Infor.
JOHN A. TUCKER,
TOB CHALFOVTB COTTAGE,
on Ocean Front, Fifth street, Wll
Iniighhr Beach, Vlrsrlnts.
Bathing. Boating;. Fishing. Wide
plasxas, I'xrallnnt table. Sea food a
Write for rates and Information. ?
MRU HORACE lATCIAN GRAT,
Poit-Offlce, Ocean yipjf. .Va?.
NEW CASTLE. VA.
Haalth and plasiure resort In the Alle
gbany ?lounuln?. Thoroughly modern
hotel. Beautiful soatiVry. Ploturesquo
drlvo,. Hood flaking. Nofad mineral water.
Two tram. call/. Ratal, IT.CO to ?13.00 par
w?sk. Booklet containing analysis of
water, ate, on application.
BML AIR. HOTEL COMPANT.
June 14, 1912._
Waterlick White Sulphur |
In the beautiful and historic Shenan
doah Valley. Elevation t./OO feet. De
| lightfully cuol. Hot and cold water in |
each room. Kooms and suites, with or j
without bath. Cuisine unsurpassed. For j
rates and literature apply to
DUNCAN & WEST, Props.
Mt. Elliott Springs
Coolest place in Alleghany Mountains.
Excellent mineral water. Main line C. &
O. Private baths. Rates, SI5.00. Write
[for booklet. GEO. B. ASHBY, Mgr.,
Mt. Elliott, Va.
OPENS JUNE 1ST
Aa a family hotel; within sight of Blue]
[Kluge and Allegheny Mountains. An Ideal]
place to spend the summer; within drlv- |
[ Ing distance ol Virginia's most noted sum?
mer reports. Ormtnrte adjoin Lexington
|<Jo;f Links. All modern conveniences. Send j
I tor booklet. Address
L. B. LAURICH, Lexington, Vs.
Mountain Lake Hotel I
If you want to keep cool and have a
royal good time, go to Mountain Lake
Hotel. For booklet and rates, write 11. E.
DORLAND, Manager, Mountain Lake,
reopens May 1 for tho season 1912.
For terms, until May 1. address
MISS C. V. BOL'SH,
705 Botetourt Apartments. Norfolk, Vi
Rawley Springs, Va.
Famous Chalybeate, Magnesia and
Sulphur Waters. 2,000 feet elevation.
Climate delightful. Opens June ISth
Until June Sth address N. W. B?LLING,
217 Hanover Street. Annapolis. Md.
Hotel and Springs
Homelike summer resort in the moun?
tains of Virginia. Magnesia, Lithia and
j Sulphur Water. Terms moderate. Write
for booklet. J. P. DAVIS, Manager,
Rockbridgc Baths, Va.
Thle cool and delightful summer re?
sort is now opon for guests. For rates,
MRS. TV. A. WILLIAMS.
MRS. E. A- ROBINSON,
THE POCAHONTAS COTTAGE.
Vlrsrlnla Heach, V?.
Will reopen May 15 for the season
1912 under new management. For
terms, etc., address
MRS. A. n. WILLIAMS.
Buffalo Ridge Springs
In mountains of Virginia, on James River
Division, C. A O. No waters equal to three
for Nervous Debility, Dyspepsia. Kidney DI?-1
teases, etc. Open June 1. For rates apply to j
MRS. ELLA C. KTLE, Buffalo Station, Va.
Sweet Chalybeate Springs
SWEET CHALYBEATE, VA.
Up In the. Alleghany Mountains, 2)00 feet
above the sea level. Elegeant Swimming
FooUt. Cool Nights. Beautiful Mountain
Scenery. Water supply. Iron and carbonated,
of a-uperlor medical quality. Write for book?
let. B. F. EAJCLE. Manager.
Sweet Chalybeate. Va.
Warm Sulphur Springs
BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA
This fsmous rasvort with the most do
lightful bath in Amurica is now open for
gaiMts. Write for rates and Infennatioa.
Mrs. John L. Eubank. Warm Springs. Va.
? ..in ..i i- ii ??? i ii ? ?
WachaprePgue, E. S. Virginia,
IDEAL SUMMER RESORT!
Special Rates to Families, House
Parties and Clubs
Homelike comforts, advantages of ocean,
bays, shady lawn, beautiful sandy beach;
excellent surf bathing, best boating and
fishing: hot. cold and salt baths; large
rockers: swing chairs; tennis; free bowl
ling and pool; fresh sea foods (milk, vege
I tables, ohickens from our own farm): ape- |
rial boat and auto rates. Send for S-page
booklet. A. H. G. MEARS, Wachapreague,
Thirty-seventh St., Cape Henry, Va.
Directly on ocean front; fine marine
view. Capacity, seventy-five. Terms
reasonable._ROE & DYER.
Rates, $2.00 per day; $7.00 per week.
Excellent bathing, fishing and boating,
Artesian water. Porches screened. Ac
commodato 75. Write for particulars.
KAYSKR LrrniA SPRING,
The ldcoJ plnoe to spend tho hot sum
mer months. Two miles f.rorn fltaunton,
Va. Largo, airy rooms: 'baths; vege?
tables and fruits for talalfi grown on
place; good milk and butter.
For further particulars and ratoa
n. n. Webb. Manager.
R, F. D. No. L Staunten, Va.
Crockett Araenk-Lith?. Springt
and itath? opens JUne 1. Xlevatlon
3,160 roet Cure-? nntvon? prostration,
dyspepsia, kidney disorder*, malaria,
rheumatic and akln Ucublen and ferasle
irregularities. Olears and beautifies
the complexion. Writs' .for booklet.
M. C. XTHOUAI,
Oroekett flsirlnars, Va,
Blue Ridge Springs. Va.
PHIL. F. BROWN, Prop.
Famouse Pleasure and Health
"The Carlsbad of America."
nrMODELED II A T V I
K?.FURNISHED II U I LI
MODERN AND HOMELIKE
Open Air Dining Room.
A Haven of Rest from all Sultry,
Hot Cities; Golf. Fishing, Hunting,
Driving; All Outdoor Gayeties.
In the Mountains, on thc South?
ern Ry. Round Trip Tickets all the
Year. Stopover on Tourists Tickets;
Baggage Checked Through to Tates".
n n I ?l V Tate Spring Water,
For Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and
Blood. For Sale at all fountains.
C. A. Cole, Manager, formerly of
Poland S'p'g's., Me., and Caledo?
Tate Spring, Grainger Co., Tcnn.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
Creembrier Coaat ?. Waal Virginia
Elevation irm ft. Invigorating *lr.
No Flie. or Moaquitoc?. Magnifi?
cent Swimming Pool. G?ll. Temil*.
Riding, Driving. FLhi ng, M ueic. Danc?
ing. SSulrhur anil Medicinal Bath*.
Erery Modern Convenience. Same
management a. It t.i Chimbrrlln
Old I Fot InformaUon , : !t-?
ocanoK r. adams.
WMt. Sulphur, w. V?.
BERKELEY hPRTNfi!?. W. VA.
?ath? now open. Mineral water for rheu
m/>tlam. fc'rrut. sciatica, dyspepsia, eto.
lierman physician* pronounce water* equal
to CariaoaC. Sfr.? (or booklet.
Orchentra after June 13. Dancing
Old Sweet Spring?, West Va
In the "Switzerland of America."
Elevation. 2,200 feet. Cliniajo unsur?
MODERN IN APPOINTMENTS.
Now management. Everything; first
class. Amusements varied and attrac?
tive. Golf a specialty. Automobil*
service. Open June i5. Booklet
W. U. PAXTON. Manager.
NEW JEWi,.. .
Where there'* alwaj* opportunity ror enjo*.
room. No lack of ?m .--m-n ? - rlere. tneu
tme. new and attract!** features of mau
kinds. Free hand COSCertS.
Bathing, Boating, Fishing
The finest teach oo the New Jerner coast.
New tv.iar.1walk. Fine road* for autoinr ?Ud
drlelaff. Beautiful ?urroncdtDc country, wltn
opportunity for delightful aide trip? M boat
or motorcar. Wlldwood haa good hotels and
cottages, offering e.ery accommodation. For
family life by the i.i there are for rent up
to-date eottarea. bungalows and apartmenta.
r*o not settle your raeatlon plans until top
have become thoroughly posted cr.ncerniag
V.'lldwood ? the heat of all aeaahore resort*.
Write bow for tllua
trated booklet. Address
Secretary Board of
Wildwood, N. J.
?ummtr ?f aort*.
Ocean City, Md.
Capacity 600. Opens June 29th under (
the general management of A. Stanley -
Stanford, of Devon Inn, Devon, Penn.,a
and Deer Park Hotel, Md. Excellent .ser?
vice a rendasonable rates.
The Blue Mountain House
Id The Heart of The Blue Bldse.
Elevation two thousand feet. Overlooking I
the beautiful Cumberland and ebonandoah.
Valley*. Cool, bracing atmosphere. AU |
amusements. Orchestra, dancing, tonnls,
bowling alleys, pool, saddle horses, eto.
Capacity 600. Rates ttS.OO per weok and up. L
Descriptive booklet on application to BONI/|
tc OruBONP, Props., Dlue Mountain. Md.
At Lake Supapee.
The ideal place to spend your summer
vacation. For booklets address ROY P
EAR, Sunapec, N. H.
TURKISH a7^ID~^OMAN BATHS
The most magnificent hotel In the
South. European pian. Rooms alngis
end en eulte, with and without baths.
Spacious sample rooms.
Special Summer Itatca. Club Dreak
The most centrally located hotel In
Richmond, rselng; situated at the corner
of Twelfth and Main Street? All cars
I pass The Lexington. Every modern
FELIX KEEOAN and
J. E. DONAHUE.
The Henry Clay Inn
Is now most attractive, w-tth Its beau?
tiful nitrn and moonlljrht tUKhts.
Every attraction for aute/mooile par?
ties. Also fully rrjuiprpi?d for parties
?wishing to leave the hoc dusty city.
RICHMOND, - - - VIRGINIA
JOHN MURPHY, Manager.
A strictly modern house, fronting on
three streets, in the heart of beautiful
Richmond. Rooms fronting every way.
Office, Grace Street Annex.
GOOD ROADS FOR LIVKNTJIRG.
Brown's Store District Takes the I-e*d and
Will Vote ? ftood Rnrul Isaue.
Ker.b.-Idg". Vs., .Iune ? Urown's Storo
Magisterial District, Lunenburg county,
which Kenbrn'/e has been railed the. capi?
tal, will vote on a good roads bond Issue on
Ji.'.y IS. The vote ?111 be tsken under Ihs
new law that was passed by the last Leg?
islature allowing district* to vote a bond
Issue without having to consult the whole
county. Brown'? Btore District has alws>s"|
been In favor of good roads, and also In
favor of the honest Idea of paying for the
sam*. but some other districts In the count:,
of Lunenburg hav? been against this senti?
ment. Brown's Store District will ca?! y
aote the i46.<?'.0 of bonds, and with the
money will build some gooil roads that Wl
b? an object lesson to the whole county, and
It Is ?xpe..tcd that future dl?tr:<-t bond is?
sues wui be easy propositions. Object lis?
tens are good things.
A few pf.es of loose leaf tobacco were
sold on the warehouse floors on Friday of
last week, amounting to about U.0O0 pounds.
The warehousemen and others Interested In
the crop of the present year have so far
failed to get any encouraging views from
the rural dUtrlrls. Tho dry weaihsr cut
off verv pauch the number of plants sot out.
and the cool weather that baa followed has
somewhat retarded the growth of the -plants
that have been set. But tobacco Is a pecu?
liar plant. Good neasons and the right kind
of bright suns from now on may mak* th<>
biggest tobacco crop for years. It Is too
eoon to figure on the crop.
I ?_ NORTH CAROLINA. NORTH CAROLINA.
Summer in the Beautiful Sapphire Country
THE LAND OF THE 9KV.
Streams arc teeming with fighting 0?b?rainbow trout?speckled trout?
genuine brook trout?quick, strong, gniney fellows that give you a
rounlng buttle and make you real- is? that you've had fun.
Lake Falrfield, .surrounded by mountains from 3,000 to 4,000 'feet high, is
unmatched for natural beauty. An ideal spot for your summer outing.
Four miles shore line Boating, Bathing, Horseback Riding, Tennis.
Bowling, Dancing. Orchestra.
HOTEL NOW OPEN?Accommodations modern In every respect. Cuisine
and service first-class. Rates moderate.
PRIVATE TELEGRAPH WIRE DIRECT TO HOTEL. Special rates for
June and September. For detailed Information, apply to any ticket agent
of the Southern Railway, or write direct to
H. It. ROBERTSON. PROPRIETOR, FAIRFIELD INN, SAPPHIRE. N. C.
~ MASSACHUSETTS._ MASSACHUSETTS.
AND COTTAGES ]
This hotel is delightfully situated on a high bluff overlook?
ing the ocean, on-the picturesque and famous North Shore, and
commands a sweeping view of the magnificent surrounding
country and the open sea. The general equipment and appoint- B
ments are of the most modern type. Every outdoor and indoor 9
amusement. Best bathing beach in New England. Morning m I
and evening concerts by Boston Symphony Soloists. a
Beach Bluff, Mass. I