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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Bedford of New
York, spent the week here. .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert II. McCormiek
Jr. and child of Chicago, are late arrivals.
3Ir. Charles C. Morse of Rochester,
Mr. and Mrs. J. II.- Alein of Lowell,
are here for the month.
Mr. Joseph Hudson of New York, re
turns for February.
Mr. T. C. Trask of New York, is mak
ing an extended visit.
Mr. T. F. Wilcox of New York, and
Mr. W. R. J. Planter of Brooklyn, are
spending a fortnight here.
Mr. James L. Hamill of Columbus, is
making a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander McGregor of
Boston, return for their usual visit.
Mr. W. L. Baldwin of Stamford, re
turns for February.
Mrs. C. W. Middleton, Mr. and Mrs.
Ceirlmer Middleton, nurse and baby, of
Philadelphia, are back for an extended
Miss E. M. West of New Bedford,
joins Mr. and Mrs. Firth.
Mr. John E. Jones of Jackson, Ohio,
returns for the season.
Mr. John F. Neary of Wilmington,
Del., is a late arrival.
Capt. J.O.Von Schmid of New York,is
back for his usual visit.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Climoof Cleveland,
are back for their usual visit.
Mrs. M. B.Johnson and Master John
son of Cleveland, join Mr. Johnson.
At The llollj Inn
Mr. H.T. McClearn, Jr., of Boston,
and Mr. Charles A. Freebwin of Brook
lyn, are spending February here.
Mrs. W. H. Purdy and Miss Claire
Renwick of New York City, return for
their annual visit.
Mr. Thomas S. Jamison, accompanied
by his friend, Mr. John Barclay of
Creensburg, Pa., return for a visit of
Mr. James Russell of Milton, Mass.,
accompanied by his friend, Mr. F. S.
Coolidge of Pittsfield, Mass., are here
for two weeks of golf and shooting.
Mrs. Alexander Bowler and Miss Anna
Barnard of Worcester, arrive for a week.
Dr. E. S. Montgomery and Mr. N. B.
Richardson of Pittsburg, are here for
Mrs. E. L. Kelsey of New Haven,
spent the week here.
Mrs. Walter G. Kennedy and daughter
of Cleveland, Ohio, will remain until
Mr. George R. Johnson of New York,
is making a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Sherman of New
Bedford, will remain until spring.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Leo accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Crooker of Buffalo,
are here for a fortnight.
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Cunningham of
Portland, Me., return for their annual
Capt. R. B. Parrott of Chicago, returns
Miss E, M. O'Hara of Utica, N. Y., is
spending a fortnight here.
Mrs. J. S. McKell and Mr. W. S.v Mc
Kell of Chillicothe, Ohio, spent the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Young of
New York, return for their annual visit.
Mrs. M. II. Houseman and Miss House
man of New York, return for the
At The Berkshire and Harvard
The weekly card party at The Berk
shire and Harvard Tuesdav evening.
went off merrily, bridge and five hun
dred the games Dlaved. The e-uests
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were Mesdames Bliss, Henderson, Abbe,
Dickson, Donald Ross, Van Buskirk,
Dunlap, Lay, Comerais, Bruce, Durkee ;
Misses Adams, Dunlap, Litchfield,
Childs, Bruce, and Messrs. Bixby, Bliss,
Dunlap, Rumpf, Dickson, Donald Ross,
Lay, Thomas, Durkee, and Dr. Murdock.
Mrs. Van Buskirk and Mrs. Dunlap, Miss
Bruce and Mr. Ross were the winners
of the prizes at five hundred and Miss
Adams and Mr. Bliss at bridge.
Mrs. W. K. Guerin and Mr. II. II.
Guerin with Miss Beatrice Stoutenburgh
of Stirling, N. J., spent the week here.
Miss L. A. Mercur and Miss Rooker of
Towanda, Pa., return for the season.
Mr. and Mrs. Philo S. Clark of Ports
mouth, Ohio, return for their annual
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. O'Brien and child
ren of Chicago, accompanied by Miss
M. E. Gaghan of Adrian, Mich., will
make a long sojourn.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rumpf of New
York, are here for the season.
Mr. R.N. Thomas of West Chester,
Pa., comes for a fortnight.
Mr. F. Milton Hunter of Pittsburg,
will remain until spring.
Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Bliss of Janesville,
Wis., return for a fortnight.
At The JLexing-ton
Mrs. J. E. Kindig and . Master Joseph
Kindig of York, Pa., spent the week
Dr. Helen L. F. Wright of Boston and
Mrs. Anna D. Hess of Derry, Pa., come
for a short sojourn.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Cox of Kenneth
Square, Pa., will remain several weeks.
Mrs. C. Bensinger of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
is here for the season.
Mr. W. D. Shields of Brookville, Pa.,
joins his wife and son.
HOWARD BISSELL IRVING C. WRIGHT
Rifle and Pistol Cartridges
In forty odd years of gun making the Winchester com
pany has discovered many fine points about ammunition
that could be learned in no other way. That is one reason
why Winchester cartridges excel. Another is because they
are made in a complete plant by a modern system of manu
facture, under the supervision of experts. No matter what
rifle or pistol you shoot, there is a Winchester cartridge
made for it. For your own protection, don't simply ask
for cartridges when you buy. Be specific and
insist upon having Winchester make.
Tur urn W brand is v
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"Winchester Shells and Cartridges For Sale at the Pinehurt Store, Traps
and Ranges. Look for the Big Red "W" on Every Box"
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Eternal Sunshine Alone
Cannot Engender HeeiltH.
The soft breezes and warm, bright sunshine of the South have a soothing
and beneficent effect on the tired system.
But the internal needs of the body must not be forgotten in the quest of
Good, wholesome nutrients must be employed in the building up of the :
The House of Health that is built on j
SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUIT
is like the proverbial house built upon the rocks of Strength and Permanence.
When the stomach is in delicate condition, it will take up and easily assimi
late Shredded Whole Wheat which contains the whole wheat grain, cleaned
with scrupulous care, drawn into slender, porous shreds by delicate machinery,
and baked in hygienic ovens to just the degree consistent to perfect di
Shredded Whole Wheat
Two Shredded Wheat Biscuits with
milk or cream and a little fruit will sup
ply all the energy needed for a half
day's work at a cost of five or six cents.
Try it for ten mornings and you will
feel brighter, stronger and happier.
Your GROCER sells it.
"There's Health and Strength In Xrerj Shred'
CAMDEN, SOUTH CAROLINA
Renewed Golf Course Best Saddle Horses and Livery
T. Edmund Krumbholz
Broadway at 55th Street, New York
Combines every convenience, luxury and home comfort and
commends itself to people of refined tastes wishing to be within
easy access of the social, shopping and dramatic centers.
T. D. GREEN, Manager.