I PAGE jgaifTHE P1NEHURST OUTLOOK 2
For Two Years
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put it out of business and that
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The Ball you can't Cut or Gash the Ball that's best for the drive and
most deadly for the putt. Try it yourself and Prove it.
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The Goodyear Tire 5c Rubber Co.,
(lf Hall Dept.)
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Tremont and Beacon 8t.
184 Milk St., (Wholesale)
S. S. PIERCE CO.,
IMPORTERS AND GROCERS
WASHINGTON, D. C.
and European Plan. Absolutely Fireproof
Located in the most Fashionable part of the city and within live minutes walk of the Executive
Mansion, Treasury, State, War and Navy Departments.
John T. Devlne, Proprietor.
RECORD LIST OF ARRIVALS
Old and Hew Friends Come and House
Counts Mount Upward.
Outdoor Sports and indoor Pleas
ures Combine and Good Clieer
11EC0KD list of arrivals
and general interest and
activity in outdoor sports
and indoor pleasures,'
have been the features
of a busy week in local
hotel circles. Old and new friends have
crowded in day after day, house counts
have mounted merrily upward, good
cheer is radiated everywhere, companion
ships are congenial and life most enjoy
able. A day or so of pouting weather
only served to make the glorious sun
shine which is the general rule, all the
more beautiful. Today and tomorrow
will bring many new comers, old and
new friends who will remain until spring,
and many who will follow the important
golf events of the coming week.
At The Carolina.
Bridge whist, numerous "frolics, danc
ing and many semi-formal social func
tions, filled in a pleasant week, a delight
ful feature being the welcoming of many
returning friends. . The bookings for the
coming week are very large, and the time
when accommodations will be limited is
not far distant.
AMONG THE GUESTS.
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Fellows, Bucksport, Me.,
join Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Shaw, of Bath, for a
visit. Mr. Fellows is one of Maine's most prom
inent lawyers and was speaker of the House of
Representatives in 1903. "
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. O. Lentz, and Mr. and Mrs.
LaFayette Lentz, Jr., Mauch Chunk, Pa., return
for their second season, and are welcomed by
many former acquaintances.
Mrs. Edward Wigglesworth and maid, Boston,
Miss M. G. McMurtrie, Boston, return for the
Mr. James B. McKce, Baltimore, and Miss
McKee, will remain some weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Horatio L. Whitridge, Baltimore,
are making a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. V. Craven, Miss M. A. Cra
ven, Master I.V.Craven, Jr., and nurse, West
Chester, Pa., return for the season and are
greeted by many former acquaintances. Mr. A.
K. Smiley, Jr., Lake Mohawk, N. Y., is a mem
ber of the party.
Mrs. Kuhuen and Miss Kuhuen, Davenport,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter II. Sbuthwick, and son,
Lynn, Mass., were guests of the week.
Mr. J. Gushing Todd, Newburyport, returns
for the second visit of the season and a long so
journ. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Buck, Cambridge, Mass. and
M-s. W. J. Godfrey, Somerville, Mass., return
for 1 heir sixth season, welcomed by many old
Mrs. John II. Winder, Columbus, Ohio, Mrs.
James Boglan, Raleigh, spent a portion of the
Bishop and Mrs. J os. Blount Cheshire, Raleigh,
Prof, and Mrs. C. W. Burkett, Raleigh, were
guests over Sunday.
Mrs. Lucy T. Bentley, Honesdale, Pa., Miss II.
A. Hudson, Haledon, N. J., will remain several
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Lowell, Brooklinc, Mass.,
are making an extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bartlett, and Miss E.
Wills, Boston, come for the season.
Mr. B. R. Smith and Miss Helolse Smith, New
York, return to remain through February and
the second visit of the season.
,Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Simonds, Fitchburg,
Mass., will remain until March.
v Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Thompson, Mrs. Geo. W.
Thompson, Raleigh, spent Sunday here.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Kramer, Washington, were
guests of the week.
-Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Schoileld, Essex Falls, N.
J., will make a short visit.
- Mr. Geo. W. Bestor and Mr. W. S. Harris,
Minneapolis, will remain some time.
Mr. and Mrs. John V. L. Findley, Jr., Miss
Findley and Miss Sara Ecker, Baltimore, will
remain through February
Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Curtis, Boston, are spend
ing several weeks here.
Mr. F. S, Baldwin, Brooklyn, is here for rest.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shanley, Jr., Newark, are
making a return visit.
Mr. J. D. Foot, Rye, N. Y., is here for his an
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. O'Brien, Brookline, Mass.,
are spending the week here.
Mr. C. E. Speakman and Mr. J. A. Richardson,
Wilmington, are late arrivals.
Mr. and Mrs- Morris Bear, Pittsburg, are mak
ing a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Cross, Rochester. N. Y.,
w ill remain4hrough February.
Col. and Mrs. E. II. Woods and Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. WhittemoiT, Boston, are making a short
Lieut. F. I. Evaus, Royal Navy, and Mrs.
Evans, England, is making a short visit.
Dr. Geo. II. Knight Conn., joins Ex-Gov. Mc
Lean and party.
, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. II. Lawrenge and Miss C.
A. Hilton, Cambridge, Mass., return for the
Miss K. L. Wister, Germantown. Pa., Miss
llarriet Holcombs, Lambertville, N. J., return
for an extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. K. Fischer, New York, will
remain until March.
Mrs. G. A. Hills, and Miss Hills, Lowell, Mass.;
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Bubb, New York; Mr. and
Mrs. F. II. Wells, Master Wells, and Mrs. W.
A. Wells are late arrivals who will remain Borne
At Hie Holly Inn.
Numerous social pleasures contributed
to the pleasures of the week at The Holly
Inn, Thursday's pool tournament being a
feature which was enjoyed by both par
ticipants and onlookers. Many new faces
were added to the big company assembled
AMONG THE GUESTS.
Mrs. James Logan, Miss Alice Logan and Miss
Ruth Logan, Worcester, Mass., return to remain
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Brown, Brookline, Mass.,
return for February.
Miss Mary C. Dutton, Boston, returns for the
remainder of the season, to be joined soon by
Mr. and Mrs. Levi D. Woodbury, Washington,
D. C, annual visitors here, will remain through
Rev. and Mrs. D. Dorchester, Jr., Pittsburgh,
are making a return visit.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Rockwell, Leominster,
Mass., are making a short stay.
Mr. C. C. Heisen, and Miss Heisen, Chicago,
plan an extended sojourn.
Mrs. II. C. Church, Cooperstown.N. Y.,returns
for her annual visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Williams S. Fairchilds, Glen
Ridge, N. J., are completing a short visit.
Mr. Martin Welles, Westfleld, N. J., will stay
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Carr, Baltimore, will make
an extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lloyd Smith, Elmira, N.
Y., will remain through February.
Mr. Joseph F. Taylor, New York, is here for
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Galston, New York, come
for a short visit.
Mr. F. D. Spaulding, Burlington, Vt., comes
for an extended visit.
Mr. William VV. Benson, Albany, returns for