THE YARBOROUGH HOUSE,
Raleigh, IS. C
Has been closed for some months, undergoing remodeling and modernizing.
These improvements are now complete, and today the Management opens its doors
and offers its accommodations to discriminating and appreciative people with no
fear of adverse criticism and without apology.
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JE. F. IIODOSOX, Box 113, BOVJER, MASS.
BETHLEHEM, N. H.
F. H. ABBOTT, - Proprietor,
Address until May Jst, PINEHURST, N. C
THE PINEHURST DEPARTMENT STORE.
Groceries, Dry Goods, Shoes, Yarns, Ribbons
SPORTSMENS AMMUNITION of all Kinds.
THE PRICES ARE RIGHT.
CAROLINA STILL CROWDED
At the leading Clubs or
Hotels you will find that "E.
& E. Invincible" is one of their
best selling cigars,
It ii a large generous smoke, consider
ing it is the best imported tobacco that
is being consumed. Packed 25 in a box.
You will have to pay more for its equal
in any other cigar. It is one of the
crack productions of Estabrook &
SOLD AT THC PINEHURST HOTELS.
PINEHURST DOES NOT TAKE
CONSUMPTIVES; WE DO.
New York Styles
Our agent is now in New York and we are
receiving daily, the latest things in
Ribbons, 'Waist Sets etc.
Our Spring opening of Millinery will be about
HAYES & THOMAS, Southern Pines
MISS ESTELLE DUDLEY,
Southern Pines, N C
MENTAL and PHYSICAL POISE
as a result of
CORRECT AND SCIENTIFIC BREATHING.
Pupil of Mile Marie de Palkowska.
Appointments may be made by mail.
JACKSON SPRINGS WATER
Cures indigestion, relieves rheumatism and
the milder forms of kidney diseases. The spring
is a freak of nature bubbling forth at the rate of
a gallon a minute from the omy large solid stone
In the sand hill section. It should be seen.
There is a first class hotel immediately at the
spring kept by Mrs. Baxter, formerly of Pine
hurst. For the bottled water and train schedules
(ten miles from Plnehurst) see Mr. Berry at the
The Jackson Springs Co., N.C.
We have the largest and most thor
oughly equipped institution in Eastern
North Carolina, for the treatment of
all diseases of the throat and lungs.
Write for our illustrated booklet
showing testimonials from Governor
Charles B. Aycock, U. S. Senator F.
M. Simmons, U. S. Senator Lee S.
Overman, and others.
Southern Pines Sanitarium,
Edwin Gladmon, Prop.
must have a sufficient supply of
in order to develop into a crop.
No amount of Phosphoric
Acid or Nitrogen can compen
sate for a lack of potash in
grain and all
We shall be glad
to send free to any
farmer our little book
which contains valu
about soil culture.
GERMAN KALI WORKS.
New York 98 IVannau Street, or
Atlanta, iia.ZZ'A So. Kroad flt.
Hew Guests Can Only be Admitted as
Departures Make Room (or Them.
Waiting list is Still lurffe and Will
Keep the llouae filled for Some
Time to Come-Ibfl Guests.
THE week has seen little change in
the numbers at The Carolina and
the house still remains filled to its capa
city. There have been departures, but
they have been sufficient to make room
only for a few of those who are waiting
to come. There is every indication that
it will be some time yet before the
"house count" will show a perceptable
AMONG THE GUESTS.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Lawrence, Dr. and
Mr. W. Lindsey, London, England,
and Mr. S. Sterling McMillan, Cleveland,
Ohio, are here for several weeks golf.
Mrs. M. H. Quigley and Miss Marie
Quigley, Brookline, Mass., will remain
Mr. George H. Angell and Mr. E. L,
Ford, Detroit, Michigan, join Mrs. E. L.
Ford and the Misses Ford.
Mrs. W. Robinson and Miss G. Robin
son, Winnipeg, Canada, are here for sev
Mr. Augustine M. Hopper, Baltimore,
Md., is among the weeks arrivals.
Mr. Thomas T, Wiermau, Harrisburg,
Pa., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
James Y. Boyd during the week.
Mrs. J. Henry Sleeper and Mr. Henry
D. Sleeper, Boston, were recent visitors.
Mr. George H. Phelps, Boston, is here
for a few weeks.
Miss M. B. Hall, and Miss L. L. Mel
len, Boston, are making a long sojourn.
Mrs. F. Woodward, Fitchburg, Mass,,
joins Mrs, George R. Wallace.
Mrs. William C. Downing and maid,
and Mr. Keith Downing, Germantown,
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"WHERE SPRING FIRST SHOWS ITSELF."
Mrs. J, Wilson Parks, Mrs. Frank A.
Higgins and maid, Masters Lawrence
and Freeman Higgins and maid, Boston,
are enjoying a visit which will extend
over several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Denby, New York
are here for a short stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Strong, San
dusky, Ohio, come to remain through
Mr. and Mrs. William Hutton Blau
velt, Syracuse, N. Y., plan to stay until
the house closes.
Mrs. F. J, Spendley, Mr. and Mrs. J.
King McLanahan, Jr., Misses Helen and
Elizabeth McLanahan and Miss Mary
Rollason, Hollidaysburg, Pa., are here
for a months visit.
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Putnam and
Miss A. H. Putnam, Boston, will remain
until after Easter.
Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Leamy, Natick,
Mass., are making a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Graham, Miss
Annie J. Graham, Brownsville, Pa., come
for a long sojourn.
Pa., are located here for April.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson, Miss
Jane B. Johnson and Miss J. A, John
son, New York, join Mrs. Isaac G. John
son. Mrs. J. F. Scully, Miss E. M. Wirth,
Boston, and Mr. Edwin II. Fitler, 3rd,
Philadelphia, come for a month's visit.
Miss Wirth will participate in the cham
pionship tournament. Her visit last sea
son is pleasantly remembered.
Mr. De Frees Critten, Philadelphia,
Pa., is here for an extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Beattie, Cohoes, N.
Y., Mrs. C. II. Zehnder, Miss E. M.
Zehnder, Allenhurst, N. J., Mrs. E. S.
Furness and II. P. Furness, Brooklyn,
N. Y., were guests during the week.
Mr, and Mrs. W. M. McKinney and
children, Northport, N. Y., are making
a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Moore, Baltimore,
Md., were recent visitors.
Mrs. Harry W. Dunhip, Pittsburg,
Pa., joins Mr. Dunlap.
Mr. and Mrs. E, C. Richardson, Bos-