Cumberland Falls, KY. H.C. Brunson, Proprietor. The Niagara of the South. Falls 80 FT." (Printed verso reads: "The Brunson Inn, Cumberland Falls, KY. This beautiful resort is in the Kentucky Mountains at the brink of the famous Cumberland Falls. Wonderful scenery. Several fine mineral springs. Daily mail., Rates: $4.00 Per Day, $20.00 Per Week. A.P., No extra charge for boating, fishing, music and dancing. Horses and canoes for rent. No better place to spend your vacation. The more you come, the better you like it, as there is a fascination about it that cannot be described. Taxi fare from Cumberland Falls Station Q. & C. [Queen and Crescent] R.R) to Inn, $1.50, 13 miles. The Brunson Inn owns the only land from which the Falls can be seen and we will be glad to welcome you. MAKE RESERVATIONS EARLY. The Brunson Inn." No Postmark)
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