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Julius Sycle & Sons'
July Force Sale
Few Specials for To-day's Sale:
\ $1;00 Foulard Silks .'...".29c
' 50c Crepe, de Chine, call colors.29c
.. 25c .and 30c All-Silk Ribbons.14c
50c Figured Wash Chiffon. .21c
$1.25 Tussah Pongee.'..71c
Fancy Parasols reduced one-half.
$1,25 and $1.50 Scarf Lunch Cloth.
Shams, all-linen drawn' work.79c
The Third Annual Exhibition
Best in Its His?
SPLENDID LOT OF ENTRIES
Martin, Ellyson and Hulvey Were
Among the Notable
(Special to The Tlmes-DIspatch.)
CULPEPER, VA., July 4.?The third
annual Horse! Show to-day marked a
red letter day In the history of the Cul
pepcr Horse Show and Racing Associa?
tion, the weather being fine, the attend?
ance being much larger than usual, the
exhibition of stock much finer, and the
racing far hotter and more exciting. The
purses were much larger than on former
Among the owners of splendid horses
hero are Mr. David Dunlop, of Peters?
burg, Va., with his string of fifteen
racing and harness horses; Mr. H. M. Lut
trell, of Fauquier, with his five superb
Jumpers; Mr. P. R. Portner, of Prince
William, with his four runners; Mr. Rob?
ert Mathews, of Culpeper, with his fine
racing mare; Mr. Engelklnj;, of .Rich?
mond, Va., with.his three runners; Mr.
Wells, of Fairfax, with his three hunt?
ers and runners; Sr. Athlon, of Warren
ton, with his four Jumpers; Mr,' C. W."
Smith, of Warrenton, the show manager,
wltli his four hunters and harness horses;
Mr. Eulls Benner, of Warrenton, with his
three hunter?; Mr. . Blair Johnston, of
Fnuriuler, with his saddle and steeple?
chase horses; Mr. H. C. Hurkamp, of
Fredericksburg, with his three beauti?
ful Jumpers; Dr. James Biggs, of Scran
ton, Pa., with his green hunters and
steeplechase horses; Mr. J. T. Llndscy,
of Clarke county, Va., with his three
phow beauties; Mr. T. H. Hickman, of
Montgomery. Mi, with his three fast
runners, and so on'ad infinitum.
The summary of to-day's races:
First race-, fifth mile purse sixty dol?
lars. Second $15. Third $5.00.
Entries?"Dunlora," L. F. May; "Edith
Brown," D. R. Keer; "Requlrem," R. S.
Mathews; 'Stonewall." H. Glasscock;
"Miss rtappahannock," W. F. Moffett;
"Lady, Vivian." Hurkamp and Boulware.
Won by Lady Vivian, Stonewall, second,
Second race, one and half miles, purse
$100, $15.00 to second, and $10.00 to third.
Entries. "Flreny," Dion Keer: "Conflict?
ing Evidence," A. O. Portner; "La Tou
rtilne," P. V. Portner;, "Newess," Geo.
FrAZler, agent: "Montrip" C, Moore.
W?; by "firefly." Conflicting Evidence,
Second, Montrip, third.
Third race, three fourth mile, purse
eighty dollars. $15.00 to second, nnd $5.00
to thlrtt. Entries: "Dark Plannet," R.
Lewis; "Paradise." Wells Brothers;
"Quiet Tip.'' G. B. Bull; "Escabor," G.
Xi. Engelklng; "Dream Peddler," A. Port?
ner: "81eepy Head," W. Keck: "Monsbn,"
R. Taylor:, "Sky Runner." T. A. Hick?
man; "Red Hook," G. W. Shollborn;
"Stafford." T. L. Bonowell. Won by
FROM THE EDITOR.
He Forgot That He Had a Stomach.
Talking of food, thoro Is probably no
professional man subjected to a greater,
rnore wearing mental strain than tho re?
sponsible editor of a modern newspaper.
To keep his mental faculties constantly
In good working order, the editor must
keep his physical powers up to the hlgh:
est rate of efficiency. Nothing will so
quickly upset the whole system as badly
selected food and a disordered stomach.
It thereforo follows that ho should have
right food, which can be readily assimi?
lated, , and which furnishes true brain
"My personn] experience In the use of
Grape-Nuts and Postum Food Coffoo,"
?writes a Philadelphia editor, "so exactly
agrees with your advertised claim as to
their merits that any further exposition
In fhat direction would seem to bo super?
fluous. They have benefited mo so much,
liowever, during the five years that I
have used them, that I do not feel Justi?
fied In wltholdlng my testimony.
"General 'high living,' with nil that tho
expression Implies os to a generous table,
brought about Indigestion, In my case,
?with restlessness at night, and'lassitude
Jn tho morning, accompanied by varlouB
pains and distressing sensations during
working hours, Tho doctor diagnosed tho
condition as 'catarrh of tho stomach,' and
proscribed various medicines, which did
mo no good. I finally 'throw physics to
the dogs," gave up tea nnd coffee and
heavy meat dishes, nnd ndoptod arnpo
NutH and Postum Food Coffeo as tho
chief articles of my dint.
"1 can conscientiously say, nnd I wish
to say It with all tho emphasis possible
tn the English language, that they liavo
benefited mo ns mo'dlclnes nover did; and
moro than any other food that over camo
on my table. My experience Ih that the
Grape-Nuts food has steadied and
Strengthened both brnln and nerves to a
most positlvo degree, How It does It,
J cannot say, but i know that after
breakfasting on Grape-Nuts (food opo
actually forgets that ho has it stomach,
'let alone 'stomach trouble.' it is, In my
opinion, the most beneficial, as well as
tho most economical food on the market,
nnd has absolutely no rival." Name given
|>y Postum Co., Battle CreeK, Mich,
Thcrt'f ? wmvjn*
Sky P.unnor, Monson second, Paradise,
Fourth race, steeplechase, two and half
miles, purse $1(50.00, $25.00 to second, nnd
$16 to third. Entries: "Canthardles," P.
V. Portner;, "Hebcr,", O. B. Bulle;
?'Chevnl d'or," P. V. Portner; "Aladdin,"
B. Johnston; "Llda Woodland," Hurkamp
and Bqulwarc. Won by Llda Woodland,
Cantharldlso second, "Chernl d'or,"
Summary of awards. Class fifth, half
breds, prize $25, to first, and $10 to second.
First bay filly 8. R. Smith, second
Brown (Illy. 8. R. Smith.
Class third?half bred colts, prize $10 to
first, }5 to second, and ribbon to third?
tirst, "Corrfst," M. R. Lewis; second,
"Neale," A. D. Hood; . third, "Uncle
Billy," F. J. Bowmnn.
Class Sixth?half breds, purse $15?First,
"Aristocrat," W, H. Asheton; second,
"Virginia," W. B. Sowors; third,
"Spinette," J. R. Ivswis.
Class Seventh?general utility, prlzo
$10?First "Afton Green," stud, 2
colts, 8. R. Smith; second, "Unole Billy,'
J. F. Bowmnn.
Class ninth?prize $26?First, "Watch
Me," David Dunlop; second, "See Me go, ?
David Dunlop; third, "Ventore," _ David
Horses In harness?class 20, prlzo $20?
First, "Victor," R. J. Marshall; second.
"Strather," C. J. Rlxey; third, "Alice, '
S. R. Smith. ,
Class 12? harness horses, prize $30?First,
"Superior and mate, David Dunlop, se?
cond, "Team," David Dunlop; third,
"Duchess and Queen," B. C. Bennett.
Class 16?park hacks, prize $25?First,
"Chlpmonk." C. W. Smith; second, "Lord
Chesterfield," Blair Johnston.; ' thlro,
"Princess George," David Dunlop.
Class 25?Green Hunters, prize $50? First,
"King Edward," U. D. Benner; second,
"Virginia Hunt," H. M. Luttrell; third,
"Constance," S. R. Smith.
Class 28?hunting class, prize $40?First,
"Pair," C. W. Smith; second, ' - air," L.
Blair Johnston.; third, "pair," David Dun?
Clas-5 27.?four-in-hand teams, prize sli?
ver cup?First, David Dunlop.
.Class 14?ponies, prize $15?First, "Judy
Thomas," W. H. Asheton; second,
"Moving Picture," David.' Dunlop';'"third* ~
"Chief," J. W. Garnett .
Cla.?s IB?park hacks, prize $26?First,
"Robin Adair," Blair Johnston; second,
"Lord Chesterfield," Blair Johnston,
third, "Prince George," David Dunlop.
Class 26.?heavyweight hunters, prize
$40?Jumps four and a. half feet?First,
"Perfection," T. J. Lindsey; second,
"Charity," Charles R. Hoof; third,
"Eclipse," A.-7C, Kennedy.
Class 30?Hunt Club ieam prize $40?
First, team, No. .1, Warrenton Hunt Club,
E. D. Benner; second team, Orange Hunt
Club; third team, Warrenton Hunt No.
2, E. D. Benner.
Several of the candidates for State
offices were present, mingled with the
people, notably among them being Sen?
ator Martin, J. Tnylor Ellyson, cnndldate
for lieutenant-Governor, and Captain G.
H. Hulvey, of Rockingham county, can?
didate foi Superintendent of Public In?
A feature to-day was the educated horse
ridden by his owner, Mr. Edwin R.
SImms, of Atlanta, G.i. ;
The crowd was estimated at from 5,000
BELATED RAGE BOATS
GOME INTO PORT
(Speclftl to The TImen-Dlspatch.)
NORFOLK, VA., July 4.?The sloop
Nomad, which was one of the racing;
boats In the course from .Brooklyn' to
Hampton Hoads, and about which there
were apprehensions, arlved here at 3-A.
M. to-day. W. L. Sawyer, her owner,
said that he went out too far 'to sea,
and finding It imprudent (to proceed, he
lay by forty miles east of Cape Charles
twelve miles for better weathon and- a
calmer sea before attempting to enter the
Virginia Capes. His sloop stood the strain
beautifully and ho did not break a tea?
cup, miss a meail or start a leak, C.
Burke, of Brooklyn, and Charles Nelson.
were with him. The Charlotte cnmo.in
first;and the Nomad second of class A In
the races to-day In which tho northern
boats sailed with others of those waters.
The yachts Sunshine and Perle, which
put In at the Delaware breakwater, ar
?lved here this afternoon.
BY A HEAVY STORM
(Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlgpatch.) ?'
CHARLOTTEHVIL'LB, VA., July ?.?A
severe electrical storm, accompanied by
a heavy downpour of rain lasting over
one hour vlsltod Charlottesvillo and Al?
bemarle this afternoon. Lightning struck
the city's now High School building, and
tho residence of Dr. Paul ii, Barrlngex
at the University, setting fire to the
porch of the dwelling.
A panic was norrowly nverted at the
dancing pavilion at Jefferson Park, where
rive hundrod or moro people, mostly
ladles, woro gathered.
The Southern Railway track was wash?
ed out near Arrowhead, soven miles south
of Charlottesville, blocking trafllo on tho
main lint- of that road.
Ladies in Peril.
(Specinl to Tho Tlmes-Dlspntch.)
IXANVILLE, VA., July 4,-Thls evening
MrB. A. T. and Mrs. J. H. Holland woro
overturned and thrown out of a uarrlage
whllo drlvliiir In Ballou Park. Neither
lady was Injured.
Mrs. J. R. Holland had her face slightly
lacerated,' The ntotdent oocurred while
attempting to turn out or the road tor a
Visaing watfoa, ,
YACHT RACE IH
New York Ocean Racers Sail in
Class By Them?
THE SAGITA WINS THE CUP
Covers Twelve Mile Triangular
Course in Quick Time.
(Special to Th? Tlmea-UIapatch.)
NORFOLK. VA.. July 4,-Tho yachts
which sailed In the ocean race last
Thursday from New York for Hampton
Roads, raced to-day |n a class by ,them
selves In tho Intcr-Atlantlo regatta of tho
Hampton Roads Club. Tho course was
three legs each of four miles, with a
good breeze. The yawl Llla, of the New?
ark Bay Club, II. D. Floyd, owner, fin?
ished In 1 hour, 32 minutes and 11 sec?
onds, winning a. brass ship clock. The
yawl Tamerlane, of the New Rochellc
Club, Frank Maier, owner, second, win?
ning side lights. ,
The Bloop Bonlto of the Brooklyn Yacht
Club, Havlland Brothers, met with trou?
ble and did not finish, and tho cutter
Mopsn of the Harlem,Yacht Club, F. C.
And AV. S. Sullivan, owners, crossed the
line too early and was. disqualified.
The Mopsa and Bonlto were also en?
tered In another class, but their trouble
lost them. In that class also.
The chooner Wayward, of the Brooklyn
Club, Colonel David E. Tusten, owner,
sailed In a race In which the sloop
Charlotte, of the same club, E. M. Mount,
owner, and sloop Sngltta, of the Hamp?
ton Roads Club, J. Leon Wood and C.
C. Cobb, owners, also sailed. The Way?
ward sailed the wrong course and was
disqualified. The Sagltta covered the
12-mlle triangular course In 1 hour, 22
minutes nnd 57 seconds, the Charlotte a
The races to-day drew the largest crowd
In the history of similar events here. To?
night the visitors are being entertained
nt banquet at the Hampton Roads Club
How the Clubs Stand.
CIubB. Won. Lost. P.C.
Danville .24 18 -600
Salisbury-Spencer .23 21 .523
Charlotte .21 21 .ww
Greensboro .18 28 .391
Charlotte, 12, 4; Greensboro, 1, 1.
(8pccial to The Tlmes-Dlspntch.)
GREENSBORO, N. C, July 4.-G*een?
boro lost both morning and nfternoon
games to Charlotte to-day. In the morn?
ing the visitors won by a score of 12 to
1. McLaughlin pitched five Innings for
the locals, allowing twelve hits, and was
relieved by Daley, who held Charlotte
down to one run In the remaining four
Score by Innings: R- ?_? ^.
Greensboro . 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0- 1 10 4
Charlotte . 4 0 0 2 6 10 0 0-12 18 0
Batteries: McLaughlin, Baley and Ry?
an; Howard and Reed. Umpire, Bass.
Time,' 1:46. Attendance, 600. .- l _ ?
In the afternoon. Charlotte won again
by?arscore of 4 to V In the most exciting
contest of the season.
Howard did the slab work for the
visitors, and was In better form than In
the mornlne game. Charter for the locals
pitched even prettier ball, allowing only
two hits, but luck seemed to be against
him in run making.
The game was called |n the eighth in?
ning on account of a severe rain.
Score by innings: R.
Greensboro .10000 00-1
Charlotte.2 0 00020-4
Batteries: Charter and Ryan; Howard
and Reed. Umpire, Bass. Time, 1:10. At?
Danville, 6, 9;. Salisbury, 7, 2.
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
DANVILLE, VA., July 4.-Danvllle and
Salisbury-Spencer each lost nnd won a
game to-day. In the morning Salisbury
Spencer won in nn exciting game. Score,
7 to 6. Batteries: For Salisbury, Whipple,
Moser and Bently; for Danville, Winston,
Moore and Benny.
In the afternoon the game was won
by Danville. Score 9 to 2. The game
lacked Interest. In the umpire's ab?
sence, Whipple, of Salisbury, and Wesp,
of Danville, both league pitchers, um?
pired.. Batteries: For Danville, Moore
and Benny; for Salisbury, Lavales and
Bentlcy. Attendance: Morning game, 1,
200; evening game, 1,800.
Charleston, 2; Winchester, 1.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
WINCHESTER, V^.., July 4,-In a fast
game this afterr.oon at Reservoir Park,
Winchester suffered a defeat at the hands
of Charleston, W. Va,. by the score of
two to one.
Nearly a thousand people were at the
Lost a Foot.
^Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
MARTINSVILLE, VA., July 4.?Jerry
Thomas, a colored man, about thirty-five
years old, had his foot cut off while try?
ing to board a train on the D. and W.
OF THE WORLD.
If there Is any truth In this world, It
finds Its purest expression In the rela?
tions that exist between brother Masons.
When a Mason In distress seeks a bro?
ther Mason ftir his confidence and advice,
that moment tho prejudices and ethics of
the professional and commercial worlds
are blotted out, and truth comes as near
being crystallzed Into substance as hu?
man relations permit.
Now to the point: There are tens of
thousands of Masons In the United States,
and tho homes of many are clouded ? by
the presence of Brlght's Disease arrd Dla
We make to you tho solemn announce,
ment that tho cure for these hitherto
fatal diseases has positively been discov?
ered In this city. And we come to you
with the proof that you yourselves would
aslt. The recoveries In this city run Into
hundreds and record the names of throo
thirty-third degree Masons, ono of whom
recovered himself, and two others had
members of their own families saved, and
this, too, after medical science had seem?
ingly been exhausted,
It Is Masonlo to do good. You know
some of whom this Information wtnild bo
literally a God-send. In tliolr Interest.
In the Interest of suffering thousands all
over tho United States, In tho Interest of
humanity, we aro permitted to give you
the names of these, your brothre.n, into
whoso homes happiness has been .carried
by tho restoration of loved onos when all
hope was gone, and who, knowing tho
truth, will tell you.
You know how to approach each other
to get tho eternal truth. Faithfully yours,
THE JOHN J. FULTON CO..
?109 Washington St., San Francisco.
Flu 11 literature concerning the Fulton
Compounds sent by mall to any address.
About 87 per cent, of all cases either en?
tirely recover or progress on favorably
Indefinitely. Owens and Minor Drug
Co., agents, Richmond. '
Littleton Female College!
Splendid location. Health resort. Over 200 boarding pupila
last year, High grade of work. High standard of culture and
social life. Conservatory advantages in Music. Advanced courses
in Art and Elocution. Hot water heat. Electric lights and other
Remarkable health record; only one death among pupils in
23 years. Close personal attention to the health and social de?
velopment of every pupil. High standard of scholarship. All
pupils dress alike on all public occasions. CHARGES VERY LOW
24th Annual Session will begin Sept. 13th, 1905. For catalogue
address, REV J. M. RHODES, A. M.,
President, Littleton, N. C.
Sale of Runabouts.
Every now Rnnnbout in my repository has boon MARK?
ED DOWN IN PRICE. I have
Dunn bruit c t,mt cut ""dor;
KUIlclDUUlb wUh Btraight sills.
DinviKniifc wlth c,otn trimmings;
I\UliaUUUlS W|th leather trimmings.
Runabouts 38 gfe&ig
' with pneumatic tires;
Runabouts w!!l: *>"?,??>??.?tlrcB
" with cushion tires;
RUNABOUTS with steel tiros.
W. C. SMITH. 314 N. Fifth.
Best Seashore Resort.ftjr Rest and Re?
creation Is Wachapreague, Va. It has no
equal In- variety. Hotel ??Wachapreague,
with Its shady lawn,.wafer front, Fishing,
Bhobting, etc. '%sinnd House." with Its
Ocean-Front, Excellent, Siirf Bathing,
Shower Baths, etcpWrRe-for.-booklet to
I. F. BURTON. .' ; | ? '? \ ll y:?.
P.; 8.?Natural advantages almost i'dpn
tlcal to those formerly at Cobb's Island.
Free excursions dally between tbo two.
Personal engagements may be made
with o/ur agent, MR. J. H. JOHNSON,
Auditor's Ofllce, Richmond, Va. 'Phone
"No. 3J5S. Office hours, 3 P. M. to 5 P. M.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Every known resort attraction and con?
venience for summer guests. Delightful
bathing beach, deep sea and bay fishing
and yachting. Golf course In superb con?
Tho Dennis, directly facing the ocean
and famous board walk, Is liberally ap?
pointed and conducted. Hot and cold sea
water In private baths. \
WALTER J. BUZBY.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST LOCATED
ROYAL PALACE HOTEL,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Directly on the beach front, with aw
large, cool rooms, commanding an ocean
view. Fresh and sea water In all private
and public baths. The most extensive
porches of any resort hotel. Orchestra,
Casino, with tempered sea water swim?
ming pool, bowling and all other amuse?
ments, connected with hotel.
Special July and season rates.
CHARLES B. PRETTYMAN,
LYMAN J. WATROUS, Mgr.
Mount Elliott Springs,
In heart of tho AdltiKhonios, Superb Scenery,
Delightful Climate, 5 Different Mineral Waters,
Hot and Cold Baths, Swimming Pool. Directly
on main lino C. & O. Rates (3 up per week.
JOHN 13. M. HALL,
(of New Wlllard, Washington), Manager.
The Greenwood House,
Richmond's nearest and most con?
venient mountain resort. Terms ien.
Greenwood, Albemarle Co., Va.
THE FAMOUS STOCKTON HOTElT"
Cape May, N. J. (M minutes from Philadel?
phia by a mile a minute llyera). Center of
Social Life and Gaiety. New Cafo, Palm Hoom
and Amusement Hull, Victor Johimon'B full
On commanding bluff fuclng tho sen. Qulot.
Refined, Klegunt, Homelike, Guests have
Privilege of nil Stockton Hops and Aimis.i
ments Free. Rates both Houses $16 to J30 per
week; 12.50 to f5.00 per day. Special rates oh
H. m. CAicia,
NOW OPEN FOR GUESTS,
For circulars and terms, address,
J. S. CRAia, Proprietor,
Cold Sulphur Spring, Va,
GREENBRIER WHITE SULPHUR
SPRINGS, WEST VIRGINIA.
(The "OLD WHITE" SULPHUR) open Juno a
K'uiimih for Its sulphur hatha.
Modern improvement*, with prlvuto buth.
Terms I 115 to ?SS week; jr.0 to JM month,
Wrlto for uooklut. Address
? Q1501 A. MILLS, JR., Mgr.
Greenbrier. Whlto Sulphur SprlngH, Wc*t
V to 16 N. Georglu Avi!., Atluntlo City, N. J,
Capacity ?>0. Noted f..r lis oxouljout table.
Klootrlo lighted throughout. Uuu-a p vf <Ju,llv,
feud 17.00 weekly.
Five minutes walk to the TROIS FON?
TAINE LITHIA SPRINGS, near South
Hill, and LaCross, Va., 80 miles south of
Richmond and 115 miles west of Norfolk,
Va. Will be opened for Boarders begin?
ning June 20, 1905, for tho season.
BUILDING Is equipped with modern
convenience, BATH nnd TOILET, 10 acres
shaded lawns, plenty of ICE, FRUITS and
VEGETABLES. Board and lodgings, $5
to $10 per week. $20 to $30 per month.
Teams at local livery. For pamphlet ad?
J. H. OGBURN, Proprietor,
South Hill, Va.
Up in the Alleghany Mountains
2,300 feet above sea level, elegant swim?
ming pools, cool nights and beautiful
Water supply, Iron and carbonated,
of superior medicinal quality, pro?
nounced to be the finest water of Its
kind In America.
Tennis Courts and Bowling Alleys on tho
place. Golf Links closely adjacent. Hotol
furnishes its own livery. Wrlto for
B. F. EAKLE, Manager,
Sweet Chalybeate, Va.
OLD SWEET SPRINGS.
OPENS JUNE 15th.
2,200 reot elevation. Flno Golf Links,
Swimming Pool, Dowllng, Tennis Court.
Excellent Livery lid Connection. Flno
Culslno, Electric Lights, and many Im?
provements, Under entirely new manage?
J. WATERMAN TAYLOR. Manager.
Bweot Springs, W. Va.
BLUE MOUNTAIN HOUSE
Blue Ridge Mountains. Md.
Maryland's Queen Mountain Resort. 2oth
cotmoQutlvo souson. Everything strictly
first-class, For rates, reservation of
rooms, etc., address P. S. FLVNN M-au
nger, Blue Mountain p, O., Washington
VIRGINIA AVENUE AND BEACH
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. '
Open all year. Unsurpassed location
convenient to liters and all amusements'
Roorn.4 en aulto, with baths; long-dlH
tunco 'phono In rooms. Capacity 800
s. s. phoichus.
GRAYSON SULPHUR SPRINGS,
CARROLL COUNTY, OitAYb'ON, VA.,
Situated on Now illver und the N. ,t \y, it, n
la now open for guests. The entire place has
been thoroughly renovated and under now man -
agemonti climate nnd Boonory Is unsurpassed
culslno Ib second to none. Jiltiu cat and Imss
usblng at our door.'Howling, flouting, nunclng
&c. There Is no better water In the world
than that of tho Oruyson Sulphur. It cures
Nervous Prostration, Dyspepsia, Rheumatic
and Bkln Troubles, Kidney und rilnddiir DIs
ordr-rB, Female Weuliness. The train stops In
our yard. Bunltury conditions first dura, livery
attention will bo shown guests to make ihein
happy und comfortable,
W. II. ROLLING. Manugor.
Blue Ridge Springs
Botetourt Co., Va.
An attractive, lii'itufiriil and com.
fOI'Ulblu MIIIIUIU)!' I'CbOl-t.
For tui'iab, wrlto to
A Resort of Unlimited Attractions.
In tho mountains of Western North Carolina, with sc/jnlo grandeur
unsurpassed. Moro than a hundred beautiful water folia, .three mag?
nificent Inkcs, eighty miles of trout streams, well graded mountain
roads, bridle paths, otc. Climate unoqual/.id. Six thoroughly modern
hotels, elevation 2,250 to 6.000 feet, under management of Mr. J. c. Bur
rowes, formerly Hupt. DinlnB Cars. Sou'thcrn Railway. Highest stand?
ard of service. Fishing, boating, bathing, golf, bowling, tonnls, music,
dancing, riding, driving, mountain climbing, etc. Nature kindergarten
In chargo of competent Instructor. For rates and full Information,
J. C. BURROWES, Gen. Mgr., Lake Toxaway, N. C.
Pertinent reasons why the Rudolf oc?
cupies a position pre-eminent among
resort hotels of America.
BECAUSE?It Is diroctly on the oceana front, and In tho most mrlstocratio.sec?
tion of Atlantic City.
BECAUSE?It has tho most spacious verandas and piazzas Immediately fac?
ing tho sea.
BECAUSE?It Is tho largest hotel In Atlantic City affording largo airy -halls,
lobby, cafes, sun parlors, etc. ' '
BECAUSE?It has moro rooms en suite with bath and hot and cold Bea -water,
long distance 'phonos In all rooms, and can satisfy the most ex?
BECAUSE?It Is on tho European as -well as tho American iplan and tho caXa
Is always open.
BECAUSE?Its grill room, orchestra, and special features are absolutely up to
dato and Its service unsurpassed by any resort hotel In Amonca,
BECAUSE?It maintains Its own artesian well, guaranteeing the purest water,
and Its table Is largely supplied from Its own farm and preserves.
Rates, booklets, etc., will be furnished on application. It In always a
pleasure to show suites and give all information. American and European
plans. CHAs. R. MYERS, Owner and Proprietor.
BOATING, BATHING, FISHING.
UNEXCELLED CUISINE AND COMFORTS.
DANCING?MUSIC BY HOTEL'S OWN MUSICIANS.
OCEAN VIEW HOTEL
Now Open on Both American and European Plana.
CHAS. H. CONSOLVO, Propr.,
Ocean View, Va.
For Rest, Recreation and Restoration
GO TO HUNTER'S PULASKI ALUM SPRINGS
Unexcellod scenery and natural advantages. Famous ahim water, with
unequalled medicinal properties. Highly endorsed by loading physicians.
Beautiful lawn, with abundant shade. For Information, address
CAPT. T. L. TATE, General Manager,
Pulaski, Va., railroad point
Pine Beach Hotel
IS NOW OPEN
FOR THE SEASON
New in all its Appointments and Equipments.
For terms, etc., address
WM. C. ROYER, Manager.
Pine Beach Hotel, Norfolk Co., Va.
An Ideal Summer Resort Hotel; a Splendid Sanatorium.
Many advantages combine to make the Mecklenburg, at Chase City, Virginia, the most favored health and
pleasure resort In the South. Ninety miles south of Richmond, It Is situated lo the most beautiful section of
the Old Dominion, with a climate well nigh perfect. The hotel Is new and modem, with large, airy rooms
and elegant furnishings. Hiding, driving, fox-hunting, golf, tennis and many oUier amusements are enjoyed.
Mechlenbur^ Calcium Chloride and Lithia Waters
These two famous mineral waters received t'!,s medal and highest award at tho St. Louis Exposition, the
Mecklenburg I.lthla Water also being awarded meiial and certificate at Chicago World's Fair. The Mecklen?
burg Calcium Chloride Water is unique lu Its constituents and effects-differing from all other European
or American waters??and Is guaranteed to cure eczema or any other skin or blood disease when taken
under direction of resident Mecklenburg physicians, The Mecklenburg Llihla Water has cured Brlght's
Disease and Is unsurpassed In the treatment of Nervous Dyspepsia, Indigestion and all Kidney and Liver
troubles, The Mecklenburg Mydriatic Baths are among the finest la the country, embracing the famous
Shott system of Nauhelm baths. Send fur free Illustrated booklet.
THE MECKLENBURG HOTEL oWffJfflB
A Most Delightful Health
and Pleasure Resort
Tate Sprlntf, Tunis., "The Carl shad of America," otters attractions and advantages lo health
and pleasure seekers unequalled by any oilier Southern summer resort, Perfectly conducted hotel; finest
culslue; excellent service) varied amusements: beautiful scenery; cool, dellghtlul climate; no mosquitoes.
New addition contains looms cnsulte with private baths. Hotel electric lighted throughout. Excellent golf
course Just completed. Illustrated SO-page booklet free.
Tate Spring Water Is a positive cure for dyspepsia, chronic constipation, nervous diseases, etc. Beneficial
la all diseases of liver und kidneys, blood poisoning and female diseases. Shipped anywhere, anytime,
Prices quotid upon rtquest.
THOS. TOMLINSON, Tate Spring Tenn.
Owner of Tat* Spring nnd Tate Spring II0U1I.
ATLANTIC! CITV. N. J.,
Stoao, lnm unit slain Construction.
' A whole block on the Octmn uml City Park.
(Malum pre-uiiilnenoe for Its locution, consume
tlon, convonluiico und clu?.i of |juti\'iiuriu.
Cuvui'liy BOO.. Music ull the year, d-'ir.
JOKUOi WUlXJi A. BUNii VruwHuUm*
THE ST. CHARLES.
Moot select locution uii thu ocean front. At
luutlo City, N. J. With nn established roputft
tlun for i-ii'tujivi-m si. unit luijh cl.u? iain.n.i(t.
Hot and cold, suit und fruah witter lo, every
buth. Dull telephones in rooms. Cnurtwuua
service. ii..ii iTHil.tfts. JJnokUt. Orctteetrtt of