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THE P I NE HURST OUTLOOK.
PINEHURST, N. C.
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Tkkms: 2.00 per day; 10.00 to 15.00 per week.
Since last season this attractive hotel lias been enlarged by an addition that more than doubles
the former capacity of the house, and it has been refurnished throughout. It has all modern con
veniences for health and comfort, running water from the celebrated l'inehurst Springs, bath
rooms, steam heat, open llres, and electric, lights. This hotel will be managed during the coniin
F. B. KIMBALL.
Proprietor of the Eagle Inn, Orwell, Vermont.
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OPEN FROM NOVEMBER 1st TO MAY 1st.
This tasteful building is designed for tbe comfort and convenience of tbe resi
dents of l'inehurst, nil of whom are priviliged to make use of it.
The Ladies' Parlor and Cafe are on the lower floor, and the second floor has
Heading liooin supplied with Daily Papers and all the Popular Periodicals, Game
Iioom, Smoking Room and liath Rooms.
The Casino Cafe-
The Casino Cafe provides Excellent Xew England Cooking.
Table Board $4.50 per Week.
Dinners $2.50 per Week.
A BAKEIJY is connected with the Cafe, where families can
obtain supplies. Address for Board
F. H. McALPINE, Mgr.,
Pinehurst, N. C.
Supplied with the leading Papers
and Magazines for the free use
of all in the village.
Open Day and Evening.
RANGERS visiting Richmond, Va., will And
rf- excellent accommodations with Miss Pitzer,
Ho Kast Franklin Street.
Well equipped with first
class turnouts of various
kinds. Fine riding and
driving horses, suitable
for ladies' use. Careful
drivers and mounted
Prices reasonable. Hors
es boarded at $4.00 per
Frank H. Carpenter, Manager
The Soldier ami the Anl Hill.
Only the other day a volunteer regi
nient got under a fire so heavy that, after
spreading out in line of skirmishers, the
order was given to lie down. Oneunfoi
tunate soldier Hopped squarely into an
anthill. Thousands of the little pests
swarmed angrily over him, biting with
peculiar penetration. In a second the
soldier jumped up, swearing with the
"Lie down, mv man," shouted the
"Blankety blank, captain, I can't!
protested the poor follow.
Just then a sheet of Mauser bullets
flew past him at all heights, from his
shins to his head. It was marvelous that
rne stanuintr soiuier was not nit in a
dozen places. Hut he changed his mind
swiftly about the possibility of lying
down. Down he went, regardless of
ants, shouting to his commander:
"Yes, I can, captain! By the Lord
Harry, yes, I can, sir!" Dtnilon King.
What It Cost Him.
"George, dear "
"Don't bother me, Laura. I am read
ing, and I'd rather read than talk just
An hour dragged its way into the dim,
misty past, and the voice of Mr. Ferguson
was heard calling loudly :
"Laura, how much longer have I got
to wait for dinner? It ought to have
been ready an hour ago!"
"It was, George," responded Mrs. Fer
guson, from the dining room. "That
was what I went in to tell you, but you
didn't want to hear me talk. We have
all finished and everything is cold, but
vou needn't wait another minute if you
want vour dinner." Chkaqa Tribune.
One on the Druggist.
A Main street druggist tells this story
on himself : Happening to be out at the
house of a friend, he noticed a boy busy
with slate and pencil. "See here, my
son," he said, "I'll give you a question in
profit and loss. I have a mixture down
at my store that is compounded as fol
lows: A liquid worth 50 cents per ounce,
a powder worth $4 per pound, a crystal
worth 10 cents an ounce, to which I add
two gallons of water, which I get for
nothing. I sell the mixture at 25 cents
per ounce. What is my percentage of
The boy thought for a moment and
then replied: "It's no use, sir, that is
out of profit and loss and is just plain
A story is told now concerning a
famous man of letters who visited Wash
ington recently. He accepted almost
none of his many invitations, and ap
peared at but one dinner party. Then
he sat next to a young girl, who rattled
away at the famous man without a
moment's respite. He wanted to talk to
his hostess, but hadn't a chance. The
girl said to him: "I'm awfully stuck on
Shakespeare. Don't you think he's ter
ribly interesting?" Everybody listened
to hear the great man's brilliant reply;
for, as a Shakespearean scholar, he has
few peers. "Yes,'' he said solemnly, "I
do think he is interesting. I think he is
more than that. I think Shakespeare is
just too cute for anything!" Philadel
OTTO KATZENSTEIX, Mgr.
Is well stocked with fine pot plants
and bulbs at reasonable prices. Cut
flowers to order.
Market Garden Dept.
Supplies with fresh vegetables grown
under glass. Free delivery at cot
tages in Pinehurst.
Twenty-five acres of rare trees, shrubs
and vines. Hardy in North and South.
FREDERICK W. BRADBURY, M. D.
Office at the "Mistletoe"
Hours : . . 2 to 5 p.m.
Morning hours given to rails at the hotels
Special treatments, sprays and electricity.
"Queen of Sea Routes"
North and South.
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANS. CO.
Baltimore, Boston, Xorfolk, Newport
News, Providence, Savannah.
Steamers New, Fast and Elegant.
Accommodations and Cuisine
Best "Way to Travel Between New Eng
land and the South
SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED FOLDER.
A. M. Gkauam, Agent, Boston, Mass.
J. W. McCloskey, Agent, Providence, R. 1.
R. II. Wkigiit, Agent, Xorfolk, Va.
J. C- WHITNEY, T.M. W. P. TURNER, G. P. A.
GENERAL OFFICES '.
214 E. German St., Baltimore, Mi.