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THE HOLLY INN,
Pinehurst, IS. C
Terms: $3.00 a Day, $12 to $20 a Week.
THE HOLLY INN has been enlarged to meet the great demand, and
can now accommodate two hundred guests. Its attractions leave nothing to
be desired on the score of comfort and convenience Electric Lights, Steam
Heat, Open Fire-places, Telephone, Solarium, Billiard Room, Orchestra,
Central Courtyard, Elegantly Furnished and Carpeted Rooms and Unsurpassed
Cuisine, with Table Service by carefully selected New En gland girls.
The Managers of the Inn cannot receive Consumptive Guests.
Passengers over the Seaboard Air Line Railroad to Southern lines will lliul Electric Cars
waiting to eon vey them directly to THE HOLLY JNN, l'inehurst.
Address THE HOLLY INN, Pinehurst, Moore Co., N. G
THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
Published every Friday at
PlNEIWKHT, N. C.
FRANK T. SPINNEY, Publisher.
ARTHUR H. SPINNEY, EDITOR.
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Address all orders and communications to
Fkank T. Shnnkv, Publisher.
MOOHK COUNTY (iOVKKNMKNT.
Commissioners, John 15. Watson, Jonesloro;
William C. Currie, Curriesville; T. 15. Creel,
Clerk Superior Court, I). A. McDonald.
Sheriff, Samuel M. Jones.
Register of Deeds, W. II. Ilattley.
Treasurer, Daniel Ilannon.
Coroner, Dr. G. MeLcod.
Surveyor, J. G. Seawcll.
MINERAL SrKINGS TOWNSIII1.
Magistrates, Daniel P.lue, William Clark, K.
FHIDAY, OCTOIJElt 22, 1897.
Charles A. Dana, editor of the New
York Sun, died at his home last Monday,
at the ripe age of 78 years. Mr. Dana
entered the profession of journalism be
fore the civil war, a young man poor in
this world's goods, but with an ambition
to climb to fame and fortune, lie suc
ceeded to the highest degree in both
respects, and has been known for many
years as the leading journalist of Amer
ica. Through his ability and under his
personal direction the Sun has not only
led its competitors of the- metropolitan
press, but has held an unique place only
possible to the Sun in American journal
ism. The Sun lias never been common
place, any more than Mr. Dana could be
reckoned among ordinary editors. It
always had fresh news and ideas, and
served them up in its own original way
to satisfy the taste of its patrons. In
the death of Mr. Dana the country sutlers
a loss it can ill afford.
Senator Foraker insists that there is
no wickedness in the proposed sale of the
Union Pacific railroad to a syndicate.
Besides, he points out that drover Cleve
land is the bottom of the wickedness.
A well known minister sent south to
labor among the colored people, was
received with many demonstrations of
joy. At the first meeting which he held,
one colored preacher prayed for him with
great earnestness, thus : "O Lord ! bless
dis yer brudder what's come down from
the nort' to preach de Gospel to us.
'Xoint him wid de kerosene ile of salva
shun, and set him on lire." Suhmtyaniii.
COMMENTS ON PINEHURST.
Echoes from the Iterent Visit of the Juniata Tal
ley Editorial Association, . of Pennsylvania.
The following comments on our village
were clipped from the papers of some of
our editorial visitors :
"On Friday morning we arrived at
Southern Pines. This is a small town on
the S. A. L. It is in the pine timber
district, but the best timber near the
town has been cut away. It is a new
and growing town.
In the afternoon the party was taken
to Pinehurst, a new town six miles west
of Southern Pines, by electric railroad,
passing numerous peach orchards and
vineyards, but the fruit season here is
past, l'inehurst is owned entirely by
Jas. W. Tufts, of Poston, Mass., who
several years ago purchased about 7,000
acres of land, and has since erected a
number of buildings. Forty odd build
ings are there now, and there are at
present in course of erection four cot
tages, a school house, town hall, store
building and the hotel is being enlarged.
It is a winter resort for invalids and
people of leisure. The season opens next
The soil in that section of N. C. is a
deep,fertile sand,anil produces bountifully
such products that grow in such soils.
That day the party were the guests of
Mr. Tufts." Liverpool Sun.
"In the afternoon the party was taken
to Pinehurst, eight miles distant, on the
electric cars. This place was founded
by James W. Tufts, of Boston, and is also
u health resort, it differing from South
ern Pines in that at the latter place the
cottages are owned by private individuals,
while at Pinehurst they are owned and
rented by Mr. Tufts. They are furnished
complete, even down to the dishcloth,
on the best sanitary principles, and rent
for from $150 to 250 for the season, the
occupants either boarding at the Casino
or providing for themselves, as they
prefer. AVhile at Pinehurst the visitors
were the guests of the proprietor and were
kindly treated." Lewistou Gazette.
"Friday afternoon, as the guests of
James V. Tufts, of Boston, the soda wa
ter man, the party were taken in electric
cars to Pinehurst, six miles away, with
pine lands and large and fruitful peach
orchards on each side of the road. Pine
hurst, like Southern Pines, is a winter
health resort, located in the heart of the
long leaf pine region of North Carolina.
The owner of the town is Mr. Tufts, who
has spent a large sum in laying
it out, and providing it with a magnificent
hotel, boarding houses, casino, school,
electric light plant, and a number of
pretty cottages which can be rented for
150 to 250 during the season from No
vember 15 to May. The terms at the
Holly Inn are 3 a day. No land is sold,
for the reason that the ideal results at
which the owner aims can be assured in
no other way. No liquors are sold. The
object is to obtain an orderly and refined
class of guests who cannot pay high pric
es for acconunodtions, and it is gratify
ing to note that the project of the founder
of the unique village met with such
success last season in the number of pat
rons that he is enlarging and improving
the inn, and extending the number of
cottages. . Pinehurst is not a sanitarium
for invalids, but a health resort for the
weary and ' overworked." Iliintinydon
Daily Loral Nvw.s.
BAIN & LONGEST
NOW ERECTING SEVEN BUILD
INGS IN PINEHURST.
Greensboro, - N. C.
Miss May Powell is enjoying this week
inspecting the State fair.
Miss Lena Adams of Biscoe has been
visiting in town during the week.
A number of people from Pinehurst
and vicinity were noticed in town this
week to attend the circus.
Mrs. William Groce died at her home
about two miles from town, last Wednes
day morning, after a long illness.
Services were held at the Methodist
church last Sabbath morning and even
ing. Pev. J. II. Page preached two very
At the citizens' meeting held last Fri
day night for the purpose of providing
free schools for white children, it was
decided that a free school should be
maintained ten months of each year, and
financial support was promised sufficient
to give an annual income of 800, which
will be enough to accomplish the object
Burr & Sise,
ALBION BUILDING, 1 BEACON ST.,
Designers of The Holly Inn.
CHAS. E. VALE, & & &
Original Pictures of Characteristic
Southern Scenes, Etc.
PINEHURST, NORTH CAROLINA.
FREDERICK W. BRADBURY, M. D.,
So. IMncs Ofliee
New Hampshire Ave. PINEHURST, N. C.
Nose, Throat ami Lungs a Specialty.
Mbroscopal Examination of Sputum and
MISS STRICKLAND, a j
J iMKiwooo noAD. PINEHURST, N. C.