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14 The Pinehurst Outlook
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Pine forest 3fnn anil Cottages
Summerville, S. G.
(22 miles from historic Charleston)
Fully Open January 1, 1923
SPECIAL EARLY RATES TO FEBRUARY 1st
One of the Finest Winter Resort Hotels in Middle South.
Cuisine and Service on Par with Best Metropolitan Hotels.
SPECIAL JANUARY TOURNAMENTS
GOLF TENNIS SADDLE HORSES
Quail, Wild Turkey, Fox and Deer Hunting
No Snow, only Sunshine and Flowers
WILLARD A. SENNA, Manager
S. S. Pierce Co's
SOLD AT ALL LEADING HOTELS
The Mount Pleasant -:- The Mount Washington
C. J. ROOT, Manager
In the Heart of the
White Mountains of New Hampshire
18 Hole Championship Course and a 9 Hole Course
WINTER: 243 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK
PINEHURST, Inc., Owner
THE HOUSE OF
Pinehurst, N. G.
Winners At The Traps
ALBERT TUFTS, of Pinehurst, led the field in the weekly
100-target handicap tournament at the Gun Club this week
and won the prize with a net score of 89-10-99. M. F.
Timmer, of Ashley, Pa., finished second with 90-7-97, and M. B.
Orr, of Piqua, Ohio, was third high gun with 90-6-97.
The best gross shooting of the day was done by Tracy H. Lewis,
of New York, who broke 91 and finished with a net score of
91-4-95. Other good scores were Henry Page, Jr., Aberdeen, 85-7-92;
B. V. Covert, Lockport, 79-6-85, and Norwood Johnston, Pitts
Miss Katherine Lewis, of Chicago, registered 135 points out of
a possible 150 in the rifle shooting contest for women and won the
prize. Mrs. H. M. Galleau, of Montreal, registered 132, and a tie,
at 1 10, resulted between Miss Christina Stevens, of North Hoosick,
N. Y., and Miss Dorothy Davis, of Toronto. Miss Page Lewis,
age 12, took part in the shoot and finished with the very creditable
score of 98. Others shooting were Miss Jessica Johnston, of
Toronto, 98, and Miss Thelma Cowan, Montreal, 95.
M. And M. Launch New Ship
PINEHURST patrons of the Merchants and Miners Steam
ship lines, plying between Norfolk and Boston, will be in
terested in the recent announcement that their new steamship
"Berkshire" has been launched and will be in service this spring.
The Berkshire follows the Alleghany which was launched in
December. Both vessels are 367 feet long with 52 feet beam and
gross register of 4,000 tons with a speed of 13 knots.
The steamers have four freight and two passenger decks. Pas
senger accommodations on the hurricane and promenade decks are
most inviting and combine baths and other accessories for comfort.
The decks are wide and ample for promenading. The steamers
have some single state-rooms, some double and others to accom
modate three passengers. Both steamers will be oil burners, con
vertible to coal.
Electrical Resources This Section
Continued from pac 4)
Electricity as it is now developed is so cheap that it has as much
to commend it from the point of economy as from that of efficiency.
It has passed the day of experiment and uncertainty, and reached
the period of effective and economical performance. Light and
power derived from the water power of the streams of the county
are supplied at much less cost than where they come from oil and
coal brought from distant states. Electricity has also the advantage
that it is immediately available when wanted and as equally
susceptible of being shut off when it is no longer needed. Its range
is so much wider, its results so much cleaner, and its operation so
much simpler that it is the ideal light and power agent, and as it
comes to be better known Moore county will be still more com
pletely gridironed with electric wires than is the case at present.
Not only Pinehurst, but all the rural region and all the other
villages in the county, will before much longer be provided with
buttons to push whenever any occasion arises. The villages have
had lights for some years. Gradually they have been finding out
that many things besides light are to be had, and now village and
country house both are awakening to the fact that electricity is
almost a universal servant anywhere in the county. Electricity is
to be one of the most valued adjuncts of life in the Pinehurst terri
tory from now on, and anybody who has not yet taken advantage of
what electricity will do in the home, on the farm or any where
around the place will profit by looking into the matter.