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HOTEL CHAMBERLINATTHE P0PULAR HARVARD BILLIARD TABLES ARE NEXT
OLD POINT COMFORT, VIRGINIA.
Weekly Euchre Party is Attended by
Many of the Villagers.
Clerk Redmond Fears He Will Have to
Use Them Before Long.
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The Most Magnificent Resort Hotel in America.
Open all the year. New Management 1903
GOLF,
TENNIS,
SAILING,
HUNTING
FORTRESS MONROE, the largest Military Post In the
United States.
HAMPTON ROADS, the rendezvous of the North Atlantic
Squadron.
Best Shooting East ot the Rockies, From Sept. to Mar.
A GREAT
GAME
PRESERVE
10,000 Acres
Write for our two booklets "Both Arms of the Service" and
"Shooting in the Old Dominion :" free upon application.
New York Office, 289 Fourth Are., Phone 1749 18th St. Geo. F. Adams, Mgr., Fortress Monroe, Ta.
Booklets and information can be had at The Standard Guide Information Bureaus, St. Augustine
and Palm Beach, Florida.
A SHORT SEA TRIP ON THE WAY TO PINEHURST,
The daily sailings of the handsomely appointed steamships of the
OLD DOMINION LINE
offer the most delightful way to reach Pinehurst.
Leaving New York at 3 p. m., daily, the traveler has the advantage of a spacious stateroom, ex
cellent cuisine and a restful, bracing sea-trip down the coast, reaching Norfolk next morning, to
finish the trip on the Seaboard Air Line Railway.
A landing is made at the HOTEL CHAMBERLIN, OLD POINT COMFORT, where stop-over
privilege permits of an agreeable break In the journey to Pinehurst.
For full information apply to
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
81 Beach Street, New York.
II. 11. Walker, V. P. & Traf. Mgr. J". J. Brown, . I. A.
Pinehurst Casino-Cafe
Provides excellent New England cooking and table board at a moderate price.
F. H. ABBOTT, - - MANAGER.
TUB CHOICE OP
WEDDING GIFTS
IN comprehensiveness, variety of design and beauty of
workmanship the very exceptional stock of The GORHAM
Co., Silversmiths, will be found particularly satisfactory.
Every possible requirement of the Family Table
Service, including choice patterns in Forks and Spoons ;
an unequalled assortment of Dinner, Tea and Dessert
Services ; as well as a unique collection of highly artistic
and varied Individual Pieces may be seen at their warerooms.
The GORHAM CO.
Silversmiths and1 Goldsmiths,
Broadway and Nineteenth St., New York.
Hotel 1h Still Well Filled anil Many
Guest Will Iteinain Until
Well Into may.
THE weekly euchre party at The Har
vard Wednesday evening, drew to
gether a congenial company which in
cluded many guests of the Village, and
a most pleasant evening was passed.
Mrs. Margaret Kirk and Mrs. Ida
Moore of Union City, Pa., assisted, and
dainty refreshments were served at the
close of play.
The prize winners were Rev. G. B.
Harrington, Washington, D. C. ; Mrr
John G. Nicholson, New Bedford, Mass. ;
Mrs. II. R. Staplin, Northampton, Mass.,
and Mrs. John G. Nicholson, New Bed
ford, Mass.
AMONG THE GUESTS.
Mr. B. A. Stone and Mr. L. T. Stone,
Mohawk, N. Y., are here for a return
visit and enjoying golf. Mr. Stone is
warmly welcomed back by old acquaint
ances, for the visit of his family last sea
son was remembered with pleasure by
many guests of the Village.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Adriance,
New York, have returned after a brief
honeymoon here, leaving behind many
pleasant acquaintances.
Mr. J. K. Brown, Edgewood, Pa., is
located here for several weeks visit.
Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Smedley, Ard
raore, Pa., come to remain through the
Spring.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Arnold, Paw
tucket, 1?. I. are making their first visit
to Pinehurst. They are old guests of
Manager Abbott at Bethlehem, N. II.
Mr. II. H. Walsh, Chicago, A. B.
Walker, Pittsburg, John Harrison, Vir
ginia Beach, Va., and W. O. Riddick,
Richmond, were among the guests of the
week.
EIFE AT THE IEIOX.
Excursion Parties are Now Much In
Vog'iie.
Life at The Lenox and Concord con
tinues full of genial happiness. After
noon excursions to Jackson Springs and
other resorts are much in vogue, but
the croquet grounds are not deserted and
the golfers still spend much time on the
links. The "quiet little teas" are still
popular, and Miss Hyde's Saturday af
ternoon receptions with their feasts of
reason and flow of wit are a rare delight
to all. A chafing dish party by Miss
Westcott, Tuesday evening, was the so
cial feature of the week.
Miss Sarah E. Fall, who has been
spending the season here, is on her way
to her home in Ipswich, Mass. She will
be greatly missed by the guests.
Mr. J. W. Humphrey of Wilmington,
Del., comes for a return visit, and to re
new pleasant acquaintances made two
years ago.
Vacated Apartments Snapped Up
Eag-erly ly Tliose Who Are Wait
ing to Come Many Arrivals.
THE Holly Inn is still crowded to its
utmost capacity, the apartments
vacated by the few departing guests be
ing eagerly snatched up by those who
are waiting to come. Every available
room has been pressed into service and
Clerk Redmond jokingly remarked Tues
day, that he feared beds on the billiard
tables would be next in order.
AMONG THE GUESTS.
Mrs. E. C. Powles and Miss Jessie C.
Grant, Philadelphia, Pa., are here for
several weeks.
Mr. A. A. Augustus, Cleveland, Ohio,
has gone after a visit with his family.
Mr. Charles M. Bregg, Pittsburg, Pa.,
will remain through March.
Mrs, William W. Tenbrook and Master
William D. Tenbrook, Philadelphia, Pa.,
were guests during the week.
Mrs. E. B, Hatch and Mr. James "W.
Hatch, Hartford, Conn., come for an ex
tended sojourn.
Mrs. A. L. Van Ostrand and Miss Kate
Van Ostrand, Watertown, N. Y., will
spend two weeks here.
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Ilodson and Miss
Hodson, New Haven, Conn., will re
main until veil into April.
Rev. John A. Staunton, Philadelphia,
Pa., comes for an extended sojourn, and
is enjoying golf.
Mr. L. A. Witherill, Syracuse, N. Y.,
has gone after a brief stay.
Mr. E. J. Pefler and son, Pittsburg,
Pa., comes to remain through the season.
Mr. George Ilommel, Rochester, N.
Y., spent a portion of the week here and
will return later on.
Mrs. H, G. Crawford and Miss Elsie
Crawford, Williamsport, Pa., are here
for a sojourn which will extend over
several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Morrill, Newbury
port, Mass., are here for a return visit to
remain through March.
Mr. and Mrs. James Blood, Mrs. C. J.
Hamlin, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Blood
and two children, Amsterdam, N. Y.,
make up a large party who are here to
remain several weeks.
Mr. A. M. Morton and son, Boston,
Mass., are here for a return visit and the
season.
Mr. II. C. Sears, Boston, Mass., joins
Mr. S. W. Keene.
Mr. Francis Clark and Mrs. Francis C.
Clark, New York, are here for the bal
ance of the season.
Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Sheldon, Boston,
Mass., come for a short stay.
At The .Pine Grove House.
Mrs. A. E. Streeter, Boston, Mass., is
at The Pine Grove House, spending a few
days en route for home from the South.
An excursion to Jackson Springs was
a pleasant feature of the week.
    

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