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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
TVYr. J. D. B I SB EE,
Is CHASE & SANBORN'S Special Representative in
the Hotel and Railroad World.
His experience, knowledge and help are at the disposal
of Managers who. seek in Coffees and Teas
'THE BEST THAT THE WORLD PRODUCES"
BOSTON AND CHICAGO.
Tor the Ileacli,
11 ay Houses,
Catalog-lie Free. I'oultry, etc.
X. 1 HODGSON, Jlov 11.1, l)OVII,
BETHLEHEM, N. H.
F. H. ABBOTT, - Proprietor,
Address until May Jst, PINEHURST, N. C.
THE- PINEHURST DEPARTMENT STORE.
Groceries, Dry Goods, Shoes, Yarns, Ribbons
SPORTSMENS AMMUNITION of all Kinds.
THE PRICES ARE RIGHT.
At the leading Clubs or
Hotels you will find that "E.
&E. Invincible" is one of their
best selling cigars,
It 'n a large generous smoke, consider
ing it is the best imported tobacco thai
is being consumed. Packed 25 in a box.
You will have to pay more for its equal
in any other cigar. It is one of the
crack productions of Estabrook &
SOLD AT THE PINEHURST HOTELS.
PINEHURST DOES NOT TAKE
CONSUMPTIVES; WE DO.
New York Styles
Our ngent is now In New York and we are
receiving daily, the latest things in
Ribbons, Waist Sets etc.
Our Spring opening of Millinery will be about
HAYES & THOMAS, Southern Pines
MISS ESTELLE DUDLEY,
Southern Pines, N. C.
MENTAL and PHYSICAL POISE
a result or
CORRECT AND SCIENTIFIC BREATHING.
Pupil of Mile Marie de Palkowska.
Appointments may be made by mail.
JACKSON SPRINGS WATER
Cures indigestion, relieves rheumatism and
the milder forms of kidney diseases. The spring
is a freak of nature bubbliDg forth at the rate of
a gallon a minute from the or.:y large solid stone
in the sand hill section. It should be seen.
There is a lirst class hotel in. mediately at the
spring kept by Mrs. Baxter, lormcrly of Pine
hurst. For the bottled water and train schedules
(ten miles from Hnehurst) see Mr. Berry at the
The Jackson Springs Co., NX.
We have the largest and most thor
oughly equipped institution in Eastern
North Carolina, for the treatment of
all diseases of the throat and lungs.
Write for our illustrated booklet
showing testimonials from Governor
Charles B. Aycock, U. S. Senator F.
M. Simmons, U. S. Senator Lee . S.
Overman, and others.
Southern Pines Sanitarium,
Edwin Gladmon. Prop.
is removed in large quantities from
the soil by the growing of crops
and selling them from the farm.
Unless the Potash be restored to
the soil, good crops can not con
We have print
ed a little book
able facts gath
ered from the
records of accur
soils; and we will
be glad to send a
copy f r e e o
chatge to any
farmer who will
write for it.
vt GERMAN KALI WORKS,
ew York-tf 8 Nassau Street, or
Atlanta, Ga. 22 So. Broad SU
CROWDED TO THE DOORS
Available Accommodations at Tie Caro
lina are Extremely Limited.
Many are Clamoring- for Hoom
Jtladt Available Uy departure
Social IMeamirea Many.
CROWDED to the doors is the rule at
The Carolina, and still many are
clamoring for the accommodations which
are available only when changes brought
about by departures are made.
The arrivals have been very large and
include many who come to remain
through spring. Informal social pleas
ures are being much enjoyed and out
door sports are being brought into prom
inence more and more as spring ad
vances. AMONG THE GUESTS.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Stoddard, New
Haven, Conn., are spending a portion of
their honeymoon here. The bride was
Miss Sandol Milliken, who recently re
tired from the cast of "Hanson's Folly."
She is a petite blond, who has made
hosts of friends by her charming per
sonality upon the stage and her social
successes bid fair to be fully as great.
Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Ramsey, the
Misses Ramsey, Mr. J. P. Ramsey, Mr.
E. D. Taylor, St. Louis, Mo., Mrs. A. T.
E. Kirtland, Miss Kirtland, Orange, N.
J., Mrs. J, J. Demarest, Clorter, N. J.,
make up a hu ge party who are here to
remain several weeks. Mr. Ramsey is
president of the Wabash Railway and
the party comes in his private car.
Mr. J, B. Blackburn, Mr. J. II. Mack
burn, Mrs. W. W. Blackburn and Mr.
William Arnold, Pittsburg, come to re
main through the season. Mr. W. W.
Blackburn is secretary of the Carnegie
Mr. James Harley and Miss Harley,
Fall River, Mass., are here to remain
until April. Miss Harley is a striking
blonde who is much admired and she has
figured prominently in golfing events of
National importance. At the National
Championship at Chicago, last October,
she played in the semi final.
Mrs. 0. II. Ackert, Washington, D. C,
wife of General Manager Ackert of the
Southern Railway, is here for a long
sojourn. Mr. Ackert will be a frequent
visitor duriug Mrs. Ackert's stay.
Mrs. E. L. Ford, Miss Ford and Miss
Stella Ford, Detroit, Mich., are here for
a return visit and the season joining
Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard Edwards,
Mrs. Alice G. Edwards and Master Ham
ilton Phelps, Brookline, Mass., will re
main through March.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Augur, Bridge
port, Ct., are here for a few weeks.
Mrs. F, W. Judd, Flint, Mich., and
Mrs. G. B. Upson, Cleveland, O., Mr. A.
L. Stone, Cleveland, 0., join friends for
an extended visit.
Mr, II. F. McNutt, Cleveland, O.,
comes to remain several weeks.
Mr. J. P. McCready and Mr. L. Budd,
f Buffalo, are here for a few weeks rest.
Mr. and Mrs. John II. Duffy, Master
Fred Duffy, New York, are making a
Mr. John Tobin, Montclair, N. J., has
gone after a short visit with his wife and
Mr, George W, Davis, Tenaflj', N. J.,
was a guest during the week, coming for
his daughter who has spent some weeks
Mr. W. S. Edey, New York, is here
for a few weeks.
Mrs. J. S. Winslow, Miss Winslow,
Portland, Me., and Miss Doris Earle,
Philadelphia, are here for March.
Mr. J. II. Bridge, Boston, comes for a
Mr. C. J. Mills, Stamford, Ct., joins
Mrs. and Miss Robins.
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Bosworth,
Springfield, Mass., will remain uutil
Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Wilson, Cleveland,
O., come for a return visit and the sea
son, welcomed by many friends.
Mr. Horace Wylie, Washington, D. C,
spent a portion of the week with his
Mrs. W. B. Brooks and maid, Mrs. B.
T. Johnson, Baltimore, will spend
Mr. and Mrs. J. F, Sutton, New York,
and Mrs. S. S. Houghton, Boston, join
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dutton's party.
Mrs. M. Maibach and Mrs. J. B. Ben
nett, New York, were recent guests.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Paxton and Mr.
and Mrs. William M. Paxton, Princeton,
N. J., were visitors during the week.
Mr. Charles II. Tice, Middletown, N.
J., comes to remain several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Richardson,
Miss M. E. Richardson, Chicago, will
spend March and a portion of April
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Cass, Miss
Cass, New York, are here for a month's
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Tunuell, and Mas
ter Tuunell, Philadelphia, come for a
visit which will extend over several
Mr. C. B. Alexander and Mr. A. II.
Ide, Troy, N. Y., are here for a short
Mr. and Mrs. John Woodwell, Miss
Margaret Scully, Pittsburg, come to re
main until the middle of April.
Mr. and Mrs. L, II. Bell, Washington,
D. C, are making a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Muuroe Crane, Pelham
Manor, N. Y., come for a short visit.
Mr. J. G. Thorp, Cambridge, Mass.,
comes for a return visit and several
weeks golf. Mr. Thorp has a record of
the Pinehurst course at seventy-seven.
He has many close friends here,
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Dyer, Masters
Jack and Wadsworth Dyer, Montclair,
N. J., are here for March.
Mr. S. L. Parish and Mr. J. W. Kil
breth, New York, come to remain sev
Mr. and Mrs. A. Park Sager, Syracuse, N. Y.,
making a short stay.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ilillnian, Pittsburg, arc
completing a short visit.
Mrs. J. V. Mescrole, Brooklyn, and Mrs. A. li.
Itiggs, Cincinnati, Ohio, are here for a few
Mrs. Francis E. Stanley and Mrs. Preseott
Warren, Newton, Mass., are among the guests.
Mrs. Stanley is the wife of the manufacturer of