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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
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NO CHANGE IN SITUATION
OLD POINT COMFORT, VIRGINIA.
The Most Magnificent Resort Hotel in America.
Open all the year. New Management 1903
FORTRESS MONROE, the largest Military Tost in the
HAMPTON ROADS, the rendezvous of the North Atlantic
Best Shooting East of the Rockies, From Sept. to May.
Write for our two booklets "Both Arms of the Service" and
"Shooting in the Old Dominion :" free upon application.
New York Office, 289 Fourth Aye., Phone 1749 18th St. Geo. F. Adams, Mgr., Fortress Monroe, Va.
HookletH andlnformation can be had at The Standard Guide Information Bureaus, St. Augustine
and Palm Beach, Florida.
A SHORT SEA TRIP ON THE WAY TO PINEHURST,
The daily sailings of the handsomely appointed steamships of the
OLD DOMINION LINE
offer the most delightful way to reach Pinehurst.
Leaving New York at 3 p. rn., daily, the traveler has the advantage of a spacious stateroom, ex
cellent cuisine and a restful, bracing sea-trip down the coast, reaching Norfolk next morning, to
iiuish the trip on the Seaboard Air Line Railway.
A landing is made at the HOTEL CHAMBERLIN, OLD POINT COMFORT, where stop-over
privilege permits of an agreeable break in the journey to Pinehurst.
For full information applv to
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
81 Beach Street, New York.
II. B. Walter, V. P. & Traf. Mg-r. J. J. Brown, G. I. A.
Provides excellent New England cooking and table board at a moderate price.
F. H. ABBOTT, - - - Manager,
THE CHOICE OF
IN comprehensiveness, variety of design and beauty of
workmanship the very exceptional stock of The GORHAM
Co., Silversmiths, will be found particularly satisfactory.
Every possible requirement of the Family Table
Service, including choice patterns in Forks and Spoons ;
an unequalled assortment of Dinner, Tea and Dessert
Services; as well as a unique collection of highly artistic
and varied Individual Pieces may be seen at their warerooms.
The GORHAM CO.
Silversmiths and Goldsmiths,
Broadway and Nineteenth St., New York.
GueatH are Still Waiting: to Gain Ad
illusion. A whist party given by Dr. Edward L.
Jordan of Boston, and Mrs. Katherine
Smith of Germantown, Pa., provided an
enjoyable evening at The Berkshire Fri
day. The prize winners were Mrs. E.
G. Haj-es, Canandaigua, N. Y., Miss L.
Good, Brooklyn, N. Y., and Mrs. C. E.
Moorehouse, Fair Haven, Vt., Mr. C. P.
Hay ward, Brooklyn, N. Y., Mrs. S. . P.
Blount, Chicago, 111., and Mrs. J. F.
AMONG THE GUESTS.
Mrs. Ernest Bunzl and Master E.
Everett Bunzl, New York, are here for
a long sojourn.
Mr. John Haggerty and son, Mr. A. J.
Elaggerty, Bradford, Pa., come to re
main until well into April.
Mr. William W. Handy, Baltimore,
Md., was a guest during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Sallenberger,
Chambersburg, Pa., have gone afterj a
short but very pleasant visit.
Mr. B. F. Kaufman, Columbia, Pa.,
was the guest of Mr. C. VV. Bender dur
ing the week.
Mr, Samuel G. Peters and Mr. Harry
Peters, Bushkell, Pa., are enjoying the
Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Collins, Norfolk,
Va., come for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pumsey, Mr.
Charles Carey Kumsey, Buffalo, N. Y.,
were recent visitors.
Lady llovvland, and her daughter,
Miss Bethune, Toronto, Canada, are en
joying their first visit to Pinehurst.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Webb, Bal
eigh, N. C, were guests during the
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Grovclaude,
Bridgeport, Conn., made a short visit
during the week and will return later.
Among the weeks arrivals are : Miss
L. A. Heith, Mr. and Mrs. W. Wade
Beebe, New York; Dr. E. llussell
Odgen, Chicago, and Mr. W. Fletcher,
AT THE IESOX AIVU C O.YC OItJ.
Guetttit finding- Much Enjoyment in
OutI)oor Life and Social llaaur.
Life at the Lenox and Concord con
tinues with its accustomed serenity, and
the guests are finding a deal of pleasure
in informal social pleasures and various
out-door sports. The afternoon teas are
much enjoyed and golf and croquet
claim many devotees.
Mr. and Mrs. William Mundy, Brad
ford, Pa., are the latest arrivals. Mr.
Munday is enjoying golf.
Miss Annie E. Hartwell of Framing
ham, Mass., after a two months stay,
has gone, promising to return in April.
She will be warmly welcomed back by
the many friends she has made during
her sojourn at Pinehurst.
Miss Brown, formerly of the lloyal
Academy, London, now instructress in
the Institute for the Blind at Kaleigh,
spent Sunday with Miss Hyde.
Miss Elizabeth Chaffee of Providence,
11. 1., joins Miss Hyde for the remainder
of the season. Her father, who accom
panied her to Pinehurst, will be a guest
at The Carolina.
Demands for Accommodations Still Ex
ceed Supply at Holly Inn.
Invitation German Ir Tin Whittle
l'ronilHed and Heing Antici
- - puteri with lleaure.
THERE is little change in the situa
tion at The Holly Inn, and the de
mand for accommodations continue to
be far in excess of the supply. New
guests are being admitted as fast as de
partures make room for them, but it is
still necessary to turn away many who
would like to come.
Many informal social events are being
enjoyed, ana a German to be given by
the uTin Whistles," is being anticipated
with much pleasure.
AMONG THE GUESTS.
Mr. diaries Hansel ami Miss Hansel, Roches
ter, X. Y., come for a return visit and extended
Mr. Henry Aird, and Mr. George V. Aird,
Troy, X. Y., are here for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Frost, Providence,
R.I., were recent guests.
Miss E. V. Morton, Kacinc, Wisconsin, conies
for a long sojourn.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rowley, Arthur M. Row
ley, Springlield, Mass., are here to remain
Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Chapman, Amherst, Mass.,
will remain well into April.
Mr. and Mrs. 15. F. Waterhouse, Miss Water
house, Centerville, Wisconsin, are here for an
extended and return visit.
Mr. J. Storer Cobb, Miss E. M. Fuller, North
ampton, Mass., were among the weeks visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Marshall, New York, are
here for a few weeks.
Mrs. John Mellhenny, Miss G. It. Mcllhenny,
Germautown, Pa., were guests during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Robeson, Rochester,
N. Y., come for a long sojourn.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Getz, Buffalo, N. Y., are
here for a few weeks.
Mrs. John M. Woods, Somerville, Mass., joins
Mrs. M. Jt. Rates, Pittsburg, Pa., is here to re
main until June.
Mrs. May H. Powers, Miss Doltou, Mr. George
W. Powers, New York, will remain until May.
Mr. Frank It. Clark, South Berwick, Maine., is
here for an indefinite stay.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. liuquid, Syracuse, X. Y.,
joins Mr. and Mrs. Valentine.
Dr. James J. Mooney, Buffalo, X. Y., joins
Mr. Fred Frazer, Syracuse, X. Y., was a guest
during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Harrison, Miss Xelly
F. Harrison, Master C. Richard Harrison, Paw
tucket, R. I., come for a return visit and the sea
son. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Blackman, Chicago, III.,
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. llowlett, Miss Ethel How.
lett, Syracuse, X. Y., join Mr. and Mrs. II. B.
Mrs. W. Irving Baker, Miss M. C. Baker, Bos
ton, are among the weeks arrivals.
Ifev. Mr. Fox to JPreach.
liev. D. W. Fox will officiate at the
Union Service Sunday afternoon at four
o'clock, having recovered from his re
Oueitts at The Mag-nolia.
Mrs. J. Storer Cobb and Miss Fuller,
Northampton, Mass., are guests at The