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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
the automobile which bears his name.
Mr. V. S. Brown, Cambridge, Mass., joins
Judge and Mrs. Clifford D. Gregory, Albany,
N. Y., are here for a return visit.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Arnold, Haverhill, Mass.,
are here for March.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Smith, Mrs. M. N. Smith,
Boston, come for a three weeks visit.
Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Cornell, Providence, R. I.,
are spending several weeks here.
Mr. E. Naumburg and Mr. L. S. Macleod, New
York, will spend a portion of March here. .
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Rowley, Mr. Arthur M.
Rowley, Springfield, Mass., were recent guests.
Mrs. Morton Dexter, Miss Dexter, Boston,
Miss Carow and maid, Port Maurizio, come to
remain several weeks.
Mr. C. B. Church and Mr. W. A. II. Church,
Washington, D. C, will spend March here.
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Young, Cleveland, Ohio,
come for a months visit.
Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Ruhe, Boston, are here for
a sojourn which will extend over several weeks.
Mr. II. llolbert, Miss Helen Holbert, Miss
Winifred llolbert, St. Paul, Minn., were recent
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Baker, children and
maid, New York, Mr. Martin McVoy, Jr., New
York, Mr. Bascom Little, Cleveland, Ohio, come
to remain until well into April.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Baldwin, Orange, N. J.,
were guests during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Burnham, Mr. George
Burnham, Portland, Maine, are here for several
Mrs. F. D. Stackpole and Miss Frost, Boston,
Miss Bowles, Brookline, Mass., will spend
Mr. Frank B. Simpson, Westiield, N. J., will
remain through March.
Mrs. A. B. Mansur, Mrs. Clarence Wrilson,
child aud maid, Indianapolis, Indiana, and Miss
E. J. Brown, Miss A. M. Brown, Philadelphia,
Pa., are making a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Siner, Philadelphia,
Pa.j are here for a few weeks.
Mx. F. S. Hodges, Boston, is making a brief
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wood, Brookline, Mass.,
are completing a ten days stay.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Richards, Indianapolis,
Indiana, will remain until April.
Mr. Harry W. Dunhip, Pittsburg, Pa., comes
for a two weeks stiy.
Mrs. Rouse Simmons. Kenosha, Wis., and Mrs.
B. P. Hutchinson, Chicago, 111., are among the
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mayo, Miss A. L.
Mayo, Boston, are making a four weeks visit.
Mr. W. L. Maltby, Mr. G. II. Balfour and Mr.
R. Macculloch, Montreal, come for a return visit
and to enjoy golf.
Mr. A. L. Morton, New York, joins friends.
Mrs. Ellen C. Woods, Pittsburg, and Mrs. E.
T. Roberts, Philadelphia, Pa., will remain until
Gueftts at The l'ine Grove.
Among the recent arrivals at The Tine
Grove House are llev. and Mrs. W. F.
Skerrye, Saco, Maine, who come to re
main through the Spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Clemens Titzck, Phila
delphia, Pa., are located here for a few
Mr. Charles II, Price, Salem, Mass.,
and Mrs. Sawyer, Boston, Mass., have
gone after a lengthy visit.
Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Brown, Manches
ter, N. II., have returned home after an
enjoyable six weeks stay.
Mr. and Mm. JLrice Entertain.
Mr. Henry Allen Price of Brooklyn,
entertained very delightfully at The
Carolina and Holly Inn last week, with
songs and recitations. Mr. Price's per
sonality makes many friends and his in
terpretation of the works of many
authors is keen, sympathetic and enter
taining. He is ably assisted by his wife
who possesses more than ordinary abil
ity as an accompanist.
WAITING LIST STILL LARGE
Departing Guests Make Room for a Few
Hew Faces at Harvard.
It Will lie Some Week Ilefore it
Will 1 Ioill to Care for
all lVlio WiNh to Come.
THE WEEK has added a few new
faces at The Harvard, those who
have come to take the apartments vacated
by departing guests, but the waiting list
is still large and it will be several weeks
before it will be possible to provide for
all who desire to come.
The weekly card parties are being
much enjoyed, and the material comfort
of guests is being looked after with
AMONG THE GUESTS.
Miss E. M. Hobart and Master Howard
li. Stewart, Worcester, Mass., come to
remain until May.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Allen, and
Miss E. II. Allen, Moorestown, N. J.,
are spending several weeks here.
Judge and Mrs. Robert J. Peaslee,
Manchester, N. II., come for a short
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Poop, Cambridge,
Mass., were recent guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar M. Smith, Miss
Carolyn Smith, New York, are among
Mr. G. E. Kaney, Boston, joins Mr. F.
Miss Jennie C. Wilber, West Medford,
Mass., is making a short visit.
Mr. A. B. Walker, Pittsburg, Pa., and
Mr. II. C. Gilson, Portland, Maine, were
Mr. Fred A. Olds and 11. Douglas
Olds, Paleigh, N. C, were guests over
Mrs. Aubrey Ililliard and Miss A. S.
Morrison, Boston, are making a short
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Nicholson, New
Bedford, Mass., are among the week's
Teacher Needed for Dickinnon Col
ored School Sewing ClaNs.
The women in charge of the sewing
class at the Dickinson Colored School,
would be grateful for volunteers to as
sist in the work of instruction.
The class meets for an hour's session,
every Wednesday afternoon at the
school house. Volunteers are requested
to come at this time. Information con
cerning the work can be secured of Mrs.
Thompson at The Carolina.
At The Vexing-ton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Durell and Miss
Jessie Bliss of Somerville, and Master
Henry Hackett of Medford, Mass., are
at The Lexington.
PINEHURST, N. C.
The Carolina is a magnificent four-story building completed in 1900. The
interior is a model of elegance, with appointments calculated to suit the most luxu
rious tastes. The hotel accommodates four hundred guests and is provided with
flf ty-four suites with bath. The cuisine and table service are unsurpassed.
The house contains every modern comfort and convenience, including elevator,
telephone in every room, sun rooms, steam heat night and day, electric lights, and
water from the celebrated Pinehurst Springs, and a perfect sanitary system of
sewage and plumbing.
H. W. PRIEST, Manager.
THE flOItliY Iflfl.
PINEHURST, N. C.
The Holly Inn is one of the most attractive hotels in the South. Since it was
built in 1895, it has been necessary to enlarge it several times to meet the constantly
increasing demand. The interior is elegant, cheerful and tasteful. No modern con
venience is lacking. There are bath rooms, electric lights, steam heat and open
fireplaces. There is a call bell in every room, and all beds are furnished with best
hair mattresses. An orchestra furnishes fine concerts daily, and also provides for
dancing. The cuisine is unsurpassed. The waitresses are all white girls from the
North. Rooms for billiards and other games are provided in the hotel.
A. L CREAMER, Manager.
PINEHURST, N. C.
TiiSEJiURST.Ti.Cw ims recently completed notei is centrally located be
tween The Carolina and The Holly Inn.
It is modern in every respect, having electric lights, steam heat and severai
suites with baths, and with its cottage annex and large dining room accommo
dates seventy-five guests.
The Cuisine is in charge of a competent chef, and the table service L
F. H. ABBOTT, Manager.
PINEIIUIIST, nr. c.
Apartments singly and en suite ; bath, electric lights, steam heat, open fire
places and double parlors ; conveniently located to The Casino where board may
be obtained. Prices $2.50 to $7.00 Weekly.
Mrs, Alice 7Y. Stacey, Manager.
THE MT. KINEO HOUSE,
KINEO, Moosehead Lake, MAINE.
Nature's Ideal Summer Wilderness, Lake and Mountain Resort for
Climate, Scenery and Location.
Send for Dooklet
C A. JUDKIINS, Manager.
Farms-Timbers and Mineral Lands For Sale.
In North Carolina and other Southern States.
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Investigate these big bargains,
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Concord, N. C.