National Geographic : 1916 Nov
" e Delights of Gettin Well' When advised by your Physician to take "THE CURE" abroad, you do not begin to think about Sanatoriums or Hospitals, nor anticipate a disagreeable experience. Rather, you picture visions of up-to-date Hotels, interesting sur roundings, unusual and celebrated people, and agreeable out-of-door diversions. To take "THE. CURE" means all these, and also, certain Baths and Treat ments, the Drinking of Medicinal Waters and Systematic, Out-of-door Exer cise; none of which interferes with the pleasures of your outing. So "You make a delight of getting well." Do not imagine that because of conditions in Europe, it is impossible to take "THE CURE." There is just one place in America that combines all of these pleasurable features, together with the Treatments and Medicinal Waters. jI That place is Hotel Chamberlin, Old Point Comfort, one of the great Resort Hotels of America. Midway between the North and the South, it is climatic ally perfect the year-round. Its unique surroundings, by land and sea, give it the "something different" atmosphere. The Cuisine is celebrated the world over. A NEW EIGHTEEN-HOLE GOLF COURSE And finally, the Treatments and Baths at The Chamberlin are the most scien tifically administered in America. Every Treatment given at Aix, Vichy, Karlsbad, Nauheim, or Harrogate is duplicated here under ideal conditions. The Chamberlin Saline Water, flowing from a depth of 900 feet, is wonderfully effective in many Complaints due to the presence of uric acid. This water is highly Radio-active, which adds to its medicinal properties. Several interesting books telling of our Methods, describing the various Treatments and enumerating the Complaints we 'relieve, will gladly be sent on application. Address GEORGE F. ADAMS, Mgr., Box 106, Fortress Monroe, Virginia ILL^e-I "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."