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The Pinehurst outlook. (Pinehurst, N.C.) 1897-19??, February 23, 1923, Page 11, Image 11

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Taylor, Chatham, Ont. C. L. Carrick, Jr., Providence, R. I. Walter E. Bunnell, Pelham, N. Y. Roy T. Parker, New York. Mr. and Mrs. ,W. E. G. Mitchell, Montclair, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hand, Orange, N. J. William A. Leonard, Elizabeth. Edward L. Whelan, New York. Mr. and Mrs. F. Whittaker, Phila delphia. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Brodhead, Maple wood, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. George G. Salmon and Master George G., Maplewood, N. J. Jane G. McDonald, New York. E. E. Gray, Boston. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hershey, Phila delphia. O. L. Mangum, New York. F. H. Muhlenberg, Reading, Pa. H. H. Muhlenberg, Reading, Pa. O. E. Fox, Reading, Pa. R. S. Loose, Hamburg, Pa. Jesse L. Wagner, Reading, Pa. E. Carroll Schaeffer, Reading, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. D. Strachan, East Orange. E. B. Steeve, Chicago. George- D. Lyford and George E., Torrington, Conn. Joseph K. Marshall, Philadelphia. Henry Tait Rodier, Washington. W. C. Brandon, Detroit. S. H. Forrer, Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. M. Malony, Philadel phia. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Schiller and family, Newark. Dr. S. C. Hanna, Detroit. Mrs. Carrie F. Toelle, New York. Mr. and Mrs. David Halstead, Ger mantown, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Rowland, Germantown, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Paiste, Ger mantown, Pa. William T. Murphy, Germantown, Pa. Dr. Jas. L. Paiste, Avondale, Pa. Chas. F. Jenkins and C. Francis Jenk ins, Germantown, Pa. Miss Jane Nolan, Chester, Pa. Mrs. W. H. Sieberts, Philadelphia. G. E. Fisher, Detroit. Dr. and Mrs. G. P. Norton, Fitch burg, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. P. Carney, Gardner, Mass. Dr. E. O. Peabody and Mrs. Peabody, Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Toppin, East Orange. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Paist, Wayne, Pa. A. L. Altemus, Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Lansing, Scran ton, Pa. Captain and Mrs. Charles F. Preston, Washington. AT THE BERKSHIRE A. J. Ruckhow, Buffalo. Mrs. M. A. Potts, New York. Joseph Potts, New York. D. A. Ferguson, Troy, N. Y. Stanley M. Tracy, East Orange. T. W. Downing, Brooklyn. C. C. French, Brooklyn. S. B. Webster, Buffalo. Walter M. Wade, Buffalo. Edward F. Walsh, Buffalo. Walter G. Pfeil, Passaic. A. Heffeman, Montreal. Mrs. H. Blake Izler, Rose Valley, Pa. L. Blanchard, Burlington, N. C. C. J. Helm, Cadillac, Mich. Marjorie Niles, Lyon, N. Y. John Niles, Lyon, N. Y. Ellen Fuller, Lyon, N. Y. Jos. Gainer, Providence. A. Buckley, Jr., Providence. J. M. Buffinton, Providence. Miss R. .M. Reilly, Philadelphia. P. F. Reilly, Philadelphia. George F. Foy, Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Lawrence, Cam bridge, Mass. Howard George, Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sidebotham, Philadelphia. Charles E. Frick, Philadelphia. John Walker, Jr., Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph King, Whitby, Ontario. C. H. Lay, Oil Ctiy, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Elzemeyer, Greensboro, N. C. W. H. Dunne, Norwich, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Soule, Newton, Mass. A. M. Grant, Youngstown, O. Charles J. Raleigh, Brooklyn. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Grant, Youngs town, O. John Brenner, Youngstown, 0. DANCING INSTRUCTION Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Clare Boustead At The Carolina. Modern Dances. Private and Class Instruction -I'M; I ; . ., .V - ( The WENTWORTH by the SEA SEASON! MID-JUNE TO MID-SEPTEMBER THREE MILES FROM PORTSMOUTH, N. H. CIn a setting of unusual beauty and exposure offers to a discriminating public attractions unsurpassed by any re sort hotel in America. A new salt water swimming pool built on the ocean front with modern Bath House and a large Entertainment Building are added features this season. Cf Improved Golf Course laid out by Donald Ross, "Boston Symphony Ensemble" concert orchestra, and numerous other attractions make this an ideal summer home. Illustrated and descriptiv too Met n rtqutst. WENTWORTH HOTEL QO. J. P. TILTON, Managing Director 111 Summer St., BOSTON, MASS. One of the Advantages At Knoilwood Village is that building locations are acreage size and acreage price CLook at the map. Some over an acre. Some under an acre. All big enough for a home location. ISO feet or more front. Many 200 or more. Big as half dozen to a dozen town lots. CThis is a pretty good time to build before material and labor get too high again. At this season contractors are ready to figure with you. CA few lots left yet, and only a few, at the hilltop on the Midland road between Crest road and Carthage road. Don't be sorry some day that some one else got them away from you. A. S. NEWGOMB & GO. Selling Agents PINEHURST, NORTH CAROLINA

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