Other Articles Clipping from , Sun, Mar 3, 1912.

Clipped from US, Maryland, Baltimore, Baltimore Sun , March 3, 1912

When Belinda Sprints, two miles southeast of Sharpsburg, were la full operation, rfboat the second decade of the last century, there were cottages, billiard houses, tenpin alleys, bath hoases, drinking saloons and barber shops around the resort. All these hare disappeared, except the springs, and they are no longer frequented. One supplies pure limestone water; the other a water strongly impregnated with sulphur, iron and magnesia.It was perhaps of these springs that a noted European specialist, to consult whom a chronic Invalid crossed the seas In the early days, said: “Too don’t needto go to Carlsbad; you have the right springs near home.” The springs were named after the wife of the original owner,Jacob Gardenhonr.