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VOL. XXIII. NO. 7
JANUARY 28, 1920
PRICE 10 CENTS
Everything is Peaches Down in
Partially as a result of the large divi
dends paid by the bearing orchards in
the section, and partially induced by the
evidence of the five senses viewing the
hundreds of acres of peaches that
sprang into bloom on the outskirts of
Pinehurst this last Spring, there has
been a vigorous market for orchards
and peach land in this vicinity that is
at the present writing reaching its
climax. The dividends on record for
last year's crops were satisfactory to all
hands, not forgetting the Government of
the United States. The Candor Com
pany paid its stockholders 80 per cent,
after satisfying the U. S. Treasury
which in itself was no mean perfor
mance. The Carolina had to be satisfied
with 20 per cent. the Kennedy orchard
paying 50 per cent.
Whatever the cause, there has been a
consistent development out Garran Hill
way. The - Page orchard and Nat
Hurd's were combined and sold to a
$100,000 corporation backed by T. S.
Fuller of New York and Col. William
H. Osborne of Greensboro. They took
in a choice section of wild land which is
now being cleared for future plantings.
New packing houses and a hotel for
packers will be ready for the harvest.
The property lies within a mile of the
Carolina Hotel, and when completed will
be the largest orchard property in the
State. Ralph Page is resident director,
Frank Smith is Superintendent in
charge, N. S. Hurd is Secretary and
Angus E. Mason Treasurer.
The Newcotnb orchards adjoining
have also been combined under the di
rection of C. P. Mason, with Prim
Bilyeau, of Southern Pines, Superin
tendent. Meanwhile every available man and
mule has been busy getting ready for
new plantings. Lee Page and Carl
Buehan bought 360 acres of the long
plateau that runs from C. T. Crockers,
down Sandy Run to the Jackson Springs
road. They have built a new highway
out there and have cleared up 60 acres
of land and have several buildings al
Jack Latting, who holds another 350
acres opposite the Dana farm, . has
opened up a tract and is this minute
hunting the elusive carpenter and the
elusive well digger, preparatory to
joining the peach brigade. Incidentally
ho has sold 100 acres to a syndicate
from Southern Pines, who want to get
into the game. -
Beyond that, the ridge is all taken
UP- Dr. M. W. Marr acquired 200
acres including the old Medlin Planta
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THE PINEHURST CHAPEL - Hotel Arrivals
AT THE HOLLY INN
Morning Services and
9:15 A. M.
10:00 A. M.
Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. W. R., Moline,
O'Connor, Mr. and Mrs. W. J., Spring
Pope, Mr. and Mrs. J. A-, East Moline,
Scattergood. Mr. and Mrs. J. R., Phila
Such, Mr. J. R., St. Amboy, N. J.
Such, Miss Sylvia, Montclair, N. J.
Summerson, Mr. C, New York, N. Y.
Troech, Mr. F. M., Vancouver. Wash.
True, Mr. and Mrs. W. A., Hartford,
Truesdale, Mr. and Mrs. W. E., Brook
lyn, N. Y.
Upton, Dr. and Mrs. W. J., St. Albans,
Van Cise, Mr. J. E.. Youngstown, Ohio. .
Watkins, Mr. and Mrs F. E-, Hartford,
Welch, Mr. J. M., Rock Island, 111.
Williamson, Miss C. B., New York, N.
Workman, Mr. and Mrs. Thos., -Ottawa.
Workman, Mrs. Alex., Ottawa, Can.
Workman, Jean, Ottawa, Can.
11:00 A. M.
Ammsdem, Miss Katherine, New York,
Beers, Mr. and Mrs. W. E., New Britain,
B'.er, Dr. I. R., Atlantic City, N. J.
Bier, Mrs. P. R., Atlantic City, N. J.
Brenda, Mr. N., New York, N. Y.
Early Mass 6.15 A. M. Burrows, Mrs. C. W., Cleveland, Ohio.
When visiting Pries! is at Pinehurst Burrows, Miss Lorna, Cleveland, Ohio
AT THE BERKSHIRE
Unity Fellowship Inspiration
ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES
Second Mass 8.00 A. M.
Fair, F. Shelton, New York, N. Y.
Farr, Miss Hdith, New York, N. Y.
Foey. Mr. and Mrs. J., Nichols, Iowa-
The average mean temperature for m R R Worcester Mass
January is 43
degrees. Pinerurst 's
Don't leave Pinehurst without visiting
Hall, Mr. H. A., Maiden, Mass
Hall, Miss Janet, Ottawa, Can.
Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. H., Rochester,
the Dairy and Stock Farm. Some of the Harrison, Mrs. W. J., Rochester, N. Y.
best Berkshire Hogs and Ayshire Cattle Heckel, Mr. and Mrs. J. E., Philadel
in the country are on exhibition there. phi a, Pa.
. He mshelnier. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. New
Aber, Dr. and Mrs. A. H., McKeesport,
Barr, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.. Brooklyn,
Bridges, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.., Elmhurst,
Chadwick, Mr. J. R., New York, N. Y
Dickinson, Mr. and Mrs. D. K., Kansas
Driscoll, Miss A. M., Springfield. Mass.
Emery, Mr. and Mrs. H. B., Boston,
Emery, Miss. Louise, Boston, Mass.
Gerard, Mr. and Mrs. James, New York,
n. y. :
Ilrut, Mr. and Mrs. G. II.. Boston,
Jennings, Mr. J. E., Todmorden, Ont.
elsey, Mr. and Mrs. F. D., E. Aurora,
Lay, Mr. and Mrs. C. H, Oil City, Pa.
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Have yo a tried your hand at the Mon- . , , ' r TT , ,
r t- i-rm, Hubbard, Mrs. W. D., Hartford, Conn
day Morning Bridge Parties at The ; ' '
J & 6 l.nrtoh Mrs C. C. TMrvrli Horn no
Car0lma? Livingstone, Mr. and Mrs. D., New Compte, Mr C. O., Asheville. . C.
MMdletown, Ohio. ' ' Hoboken' N' J
Every afternoon at 4:30, except Sun- Loomis, Mr. and Mrs. H. B., New th MisS JHa' NeW York' K Y
w vvmiui, mil. aim ivira. vv. u.. opring-
days, there is dancing at The Country Haven, Conn.
Club. Wiley Pope Swift and his jazz Lyons, Mrs. A. D., Brooklyn, N. Y.
boys dispense syncopation. And if' you Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. F. T., Port Wash
don 't dance, it's a nice place to gossip ington, N. Y.
with your friends over the spiritless and Lyons. Mrs. Ellen A., Brooklyn, N. Y.
flaccid foam of a vanilla soda. O 'Brien, Mr. P. H., Butte, Mont.
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Sire, Mr. H. F., Medford, Mass.
Suire, Mr. and Mrs. L. J.. Cincinnati,
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Voodruff. Mr. and Mrs. Ev..'B., West-
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