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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
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 constant
ly increasing demand. The interior is elegant, cheerful and tasteful. No modern
convenience is lacking. There are many suites "with private bath? steam heat in allj
rooms and open fireplaces in foyer .and parlors. Music is furnished for concertsj
and dancing and the Holly Inn ball-room is one of its attractions. The cuisinej
and service excel. White girls from the North are employed as waitresses. The
Holly Inn offers an attractive home to pleasure seekers from November to May.
A. I. CREAMER. Manager,
PINEHURST, N. C.
A homelike hotel, modern in every respect, having
electric lights, steam heat and several suites with bath, and with its cottage annex,
accommodating seventy-five guests.
F. C. ABBE, Manager.
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Chas. O. Marquette, Manager. D. S. White, President
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OLD FRIENDS BY THE SCORE
Significant Tribute to Permanent Place
Village Holds Among Its Admirers
Ever j Train Han Ilroug-ht Tlini, Mary
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ffl THE WEEK'S arrivals,
made up very largely- of
old friends, are a sig
nificant tribute to the
Village which speaks
volumes for the perma
nent place . it holds
among its admirers ;
hundreds with ioy in
their hearts, returning to renew associ
ations which have been ever calling ;ever
memories which have given a silver lin
ing to many a leaden cloud. Every
traiD has brought them, nearly all to re
main through March and many until
May, It may sound "familiar", but the
fact remains that the Village has never
Mr. T. G. Cooper and Mr. George W. StatezeU
of Philadelphia return for the spring golf tour
nament. Mrs. W. E. Truesdell of Brooklyn joins Mr
Truesdell. Mr. C. F. Allls of Erie returns for the month.
Mr. Robert F.Archibold, Mr. W. O. Freden
berg of New York are back for the week to come.
Mr. E. D. Green of New York, Mr. W. II. Hutt
Jr., Mr. Howard Davis and Mr. W. V. Phillips,
Mr. M. II. Evans of Philadelphia join the
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar J. Phillips and Mrs. Wil
liam A. Iliggins of New York are back for a
Mr. W. II. Langshaw and Mr. W. S. Lang
shaw of New Bedford will remain through
Mr. R. C. Knox and Mr. Howard Penrose of
Hartford come for two weeks golf.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Calder, 2nd, of Provi
dence come for their usual sojourn.
Mr. Theo. B. Thompson and Miss Alice V.
Thompson of New York are back for their usual
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Folsom and Miss Olive F.
Folsom of Springfield will remain sometime.
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Magrane of Lynn are here
for their usual visit.
Mrs. Henry Hutchinson of St. Paul is spend
ing the mouth here.
Mr. Frederick C. Allis of Erie returns for his
Mr. and Mrs. McCormick of Pittsburg are
back for March.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Smith of Buffalo are
again here for a long sojourn.
Mr. W. V. Traves of Stamford joins friends.
A SPRING DAY
known the equal of the present season
and, best of all, this promises to be the
condition of affairs for the indefinite
future. There is no standing still.
Pinehurst and growth are synonymous !
At The Carolina
The week at The Carolina has been
one of midseason activity, many pleasant
affaii-3 rounding out days spent in the
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Taft of Boston return for
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. 'Wyckoff and Mrs. L. L.
Morse of Holyoke join friends and will remain
throughout the month.
- Mr. and Mrs. Deane C. Ogden of Greensburg,
Pa., are back for their usual visit.
Miss Stonebill of Glencoe and Miss Hyman of
Chicago spent the week with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. A, A. Corey Jr., Mr. Kennedy
Corey and Miss Adaline Corey of Pittsburg re
turn for a long sojourn.
Mr. C. A.Munger, Mr. E. P. Challenger and
Mr. E. B. Humphreys of Camden return for
their annual sojourn, welcomed by many friends.
Mr. George F. Stebbins of Brooklyn is once
more here for golf.
Mr. George G. Bassett and Mr. R. W. Wister
of Philadelphia return for a fortnight's golf.
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Morse, Mr. II. P.
Brewster and Mr. W.J. Curtis of Rochester re
turn for March.
Mr. J. Clarence Davis and Mr. II. J. Sacks of
New York are spending a fortnight here.
Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Safford, and Mr. N. M..
Safford, Jr., of Milton, Mass., are back for a
Mr. and Mrs. O. Frank Woodward of Roches
ter and Mr. John A. Bowman of Rochester re
turn for their usual visit,
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Cooper of Bridgeport are
spending the month here.
Mr, E. E. Rinehart, Jr., of Stamford returns
for a short visit.
Mr. and3Irs. F. C Jennings and Mr. II. S. Jen
nings of New York are here for the week to come..
Mi. and Mrs. L. P. Graves of Buffalo are here
for their annual sojourn.
Dr. Fred K. Shavoirof Stamford returns for
his usual visit.
Mr. James H. Mason of Boston Joins friends
for the month.
Mr. Alfred W. Wattenberg of New York re
turns for a fortnight.