THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
ton, Mass., are here for a return visit to
remain through April.
Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Denny, Miss M. E.
Ashcomb, J. O, II. Denny, F. II. Denny,
Pittsburg, Pa., Mr. II. P. Curtis, Bridge
port, Conn., come to remain several
Mr. John S. Gray, Mr. Charles Beeves,
Mr. W. II. Woodhull, Syracuse, N. Y.,
are here for a return visit and golf.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Jarecki, Miss
Martha Jarecki, Erie, Pa., join Mrs.
Mr. William B. II. Dowse, Boston,
Mass., are here for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Eldridge, New
York, are enjoying an extended sojourn.
Miss Shepard, Miss William, Dr.
Shepard, Mr. T. D. Williams, Salem,
Mass., were recent visitors.
Mrs. S. P. Bremer, Miss Reynolds,
Boston, Mass., and Mr. George Worth
ington, Bennington Corner, Vt., were
guests of the week.
Miss Martha A. Foresman, Williams
port, Pa., and Miss Margaret V. Tiers,
Pittsburg, Pa., are making a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. George II. Lawrence,
Mrs. T. G. Richards, Miss Annie Law
rence, Cambridge Mass., come to remain
Mr. John C. Hale, Cleveland, Ohio,
Mrs. J. B. Kempton, Cambridge, Mass.,
and Mr. E. B. Hale, Boston, Mass., are
among the guests.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Carnell, Albany,
N. Y., come for a short visit.
Mr. F. W. Judd, Cleveland, Ohio,
comes for the Spring.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Gerard, Brooklyn,
N. Y., are spending several weeks here.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Moorhead, Pitts
burg, Pa., will remain until well into
Mr. J. Warren Murray, Lynn, Mass.,
comes for a few weeks visit,
Mr, and Mrs. E. II. Arnold, Denver,
Colorado, are making a short visit.
Mr. A. B. Lounsbery, New York, joins
Mrs. J. A. Morris, Miss Maud Kent,
Richmond, Va., will remain until April.
Mr. and Mrs. John V. L. Findlay,
Miss Mabel Paine, Miss M. V. L. Find
lay, Baltimore, Md., were recent guests.
Mr. Egbert B. Seaman, Mr. Ernest F.
Edlitz, New York City, are here for a
short rest from business. Mr. Edlitz is
a prominent New York lawyer.
Mr. John D. Blair, Holly, Pa., is here
Mr. W. C, Johnson, New York, is here
for the third visit of the season.
Mr. W. M. Flinn, Pittsburg, Pa., joins
Mr. D. McK. Lloyd.
Mr. Alex McGregor, Boston, Mass.,
joins Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Dutton.
Delighted with Pineburtt.
Mr. II. O. Walker of Lewiston, Maine,
has gone after a pleasant sojourn here,
delighted with Pinehurst. He plans to
return with his family next season.
Itt as at the Villag-e Hall.
Mass will be said at the Village Hall
on the first and third Sundays instead of
every Sunday, during the remainder of
AT THE COZY BERKSHIRE
The House is Still Filled and the Wait
ing List Large.
Progressive Whist Part j Enjojed by
Iiarg-e Company Including
Guests and Villagers.
PROGRESSIVE whist provided a
pleasant evening at the Berkshire
Tuesday and many of the villagers were
among the guests. The prize winners
were Miss Louise Macleod, Prince Ed
ward Island, Mrs. E. Pitman, Brooklyn,
N. Y., and Miss Edith Macleod; Mr.
F. A. Lee, Milford, Mass., Miss Alice
Taggart, New York, and Mr. C. J. Cole,
The house is still filled and the wait
ing list large.
AMONG THE GUESTS.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Foster, Miss Nina Foster,
Geneva, N. Y., are here for a short stay.
Mr. W. F. Merrow, New York, comes for an
Mrs. C. P. Tiers, Pittsburg, Pa., is here for the
balance of the season.
Mr. J. J. Harrison, New York, comes for a
visit which will extend over several weeks.
Mrs. S. N. Williams, Williamsport, Pa., is
among the guests.
Mrs. C. B. Boyd and maid, Mr. Robert M.
Boyd, Mr. Morley Boyd, Saginaw, Maine, are
here for a long sojourn.
Mrs. Joseph E. Pennock, Miss Margaret E.
Pennock, Philadelphia, Pa., are here for an ex
Miss E. G. DuPuy, Miss E. L. DuPuy, Erie,
Pa., come for a short stay.
Mrs. F. A. Ingalls and Mrs. J. L. Hammond,
Chicago, 111., are here for the balance of the season.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hall, Schenectady, N. Y.,
Mrs. William Coggswell Rogers, New York,
were recent guests here, who plan to return
again in April.
Mrs. U. T. Hungerford, Miss Hungerford,
New York, have gone after a pleasant stay.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Halford, Washington, D.
C, were guests during the week.
Mr. W. A. Higgins, Jersey City, is here for
Mr. Theron Rockwell, East Orange. N. J., joins
Mrs. Rockwell and will remain some weeks.
Miss Margaret V. Tiers, Pittsburg, Pa., and
Miss Martha A. Forceman, Williamsport, Pa.,
come for a short visit.
Mrs. Curtice J. Nice, Philadelphia, Pa., is here
for a short stay.
Mr. W. B. Mason and Mr. W. D. Macleod,
Boston, Mass., are among the guests.
Mr. William D. Streeter, Greensboro, N. C,
Treasurer of the North Carolina Childrens
Home, is a guest here.
Miss Mirriam Bitting Kennedy, Yonkers, N.
Y., and Mr. L. II. Joseph, Washington, D. C,
were guests during the week.
At The Dartmouth.
Mrs. A. F. McDonald and her daugh
ter, Miss Helen McDonald, are guests of
Mrs. Ritchie Lawrie at The Dartmouth.
On Tuesday evening Miss Elizabeth
Lawrie entertained a few friends in
honor of Miss Helen McDonald. The
guests included Miss Marion Murdock,
Miss Gladys Bradbury, Master William
Ketcham, Master Arthur Ketcham, Mas
ter George Hayes and Master Karl Ab
bott. . After merry games of Flinch and
Pit light refreshments were served and
all had a good time.
PINEHURST, N. C.
The Carolina is a magnificent four-story building completed in 1900. The
Interior is a model of elegance, with appointments calculated to suit the most luxu
rious tastes. The hotel accommodates four hundred guests and is provided with
fifty-four suites with bath. The cuisine and table service are unsurpassed.
The house contains every modern comfort and convenience, including elevator,
telephone in every room, sun rooms, steam heat night and day, electric lights, and
water from the celebrated Pinehurst Springs, and a perfect sanitary system of
wage and plumbing.
H. W. PRIEST, Manager.
THE HOhhY Iflfl
PINEHURST, N. C.
The Holly Inn is one of the most attractive hotels in the South. Since it was
built in 1895, it has been necessary to enlarge it several times to meet the constantly
increasing demand. The interior is elegant, cheerful and tasteful. No modern con
venience is lacking. There are bath rooms, electric lights, steam heat and open
fireplaces. There is a call bell in every room, and all beds are furnished with best
hair mattresses. An orchestra furnishes fine concerts daily, and also provides for
dancing. The cuisine is unsurpassed. The waitresses are all white girls from the
North. Rooms for billiards and other games are provided in the hotel.
A. I. CREAMER, Manager.
PINEHURST, N. C.
Tinejiurst Ti.G Tnis recently completed notei is centrally located be.
tween The Carolina and The Holly Inn.
It is modern in every respect, having electric lights, steam heat and several
suites with baths, and with its cottage annex and large dining room accommo
dates seventy-five guests.
The Cuisine is in charge of a competent chef, and the table service U
F. H. ABBOTT, Manager. ,
pixeiiitust, h. c.
Apartments singly and en suite ; bath, electric lights, steam heat, open fire
places and double parlors ; conveniently located to The Casino wL;" board may
be obtained. Prices $2.50 to $7.00 Weekly.
Mrs. VI Ice M. Stacey, Manager.
THE MT, KINEO HOUSE.
KINEO, Moosehead Lake, MAINE.
Nature's Ideal Summer Wilderness, Lake and Mountain Resort for
Climate, Scenery and Location.
Send for Booklets
C A. JUDKINS, - Manager.
Handsome Cottage Home at Carthage, N G.
Delightfully situated in the highest and one of the most desirable parts
of the town, on a corner lot, 110 x 160 feet. Two Squares from Court
House, one and a half squares from the Post Ofllce.
Seven rooms, eight foot piazza on two sides, sun parlor, basement,
electric lights and telephone. An abundance of pure cold water from a
never failing well, thirty-two feet deep. Poultry house, wood house, and
servants quarters connected. A delightful winter or all-the-year-home.
For information call on or address,
J. F Montague, - - Carthage, IN. C