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The Golf Scorer
Latest 1907 Model is a Perfect
The most appropriate prize for
Tournaments, mounted in Nickel,
Sterling Silver, Filled Gold, and
solid 14-karat Gold.
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On sale at The Carolina and
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The Scorer Company,
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ASHEYILLE, - N. G.
An Exclusive Inn for a
Year or a Day.
The Manor affords accommodations of the
most attractive kind to visitors wishing a
unique and comfortable stopping-place in the
mountains of Western North Carolina.
The climate is fine the year round, and espe
cially in spring and fall, when the exhilarating
air add3 enjoyment to the golf, driving, riding
and indoor games.
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Camden, South Carolina.
COMING FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Merry Company at Holly Inn Finds
Pleasure Indoors and Out.
Golf, Shooting-, Hiding, Ilrldgre and
Dancing Occupy Attention
IE usual visitors who
gather for the Holidays,
are assembling at The
Holly Inn and a merry
company it is, finding
pleasure indoors and out
and rejoicing in wondrously beautiful
Numerous social affairs are occupying
attention at The Inn, but Nature is far too
attractive to allow them to be too much
in evidence. The regular afternoon teas
are a pleasant feature which are being
enjoyed by many of the Villagers. Danc
ing interests the younger set not only of
the hotel but the Village, and tables of
bridge are beginning to be numerous in
Washington, , "will remain through the
Holidays. ... .
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin, Berwin of Bos
ton, are here for the season. ,
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Collins- of Boston,
will make a short visit. ' . ,
Mr. J. M. Eastman , of Brooklyn, and
his niece, Miss Corcoran of Boston, are
late arrivals. . ' , . '
Mrs; Thomas II. Bauchle and her son,
Mr. Thomas II. Bauchle, Jr., of ;New
York, are here to. remain some weeks,
Mr. Bauchle enjoying the shooting.
Mr. J. D. Gallagher of Glen Ridge, N.J.,
returns with Mr. E. W. Van .Houten of
Suftern, N. Y.. .
Dr. Hemingway Merriman and Mr.
William Henry White of New York, are
enjoying quail hunting. ;
Mr. W. II. Ballou of New York, is an
interested visitor, a newspaper corre
spondent whose field is the world.
Mr. Richard C. Bunze of New York,
returns to renew pleasant acquaintances
formed during past visits.
Mr. J. D. Foot of Rye, N. Y., is back
for the second visit of the season, busy
with dog, gun and golf clubs.
Mr. Clemens C. Jones of The Scorer
Company, Richmond, spent a portion of
the week here, combining business and
GOLF THE ntlNCK OF GAMES.
the Dutch Room.
German whist filled in Wednesday
evening delightfully, a large number of
the guests participating. Favors were
distributed among all participants, and
the novelty of the style of play proved
most entertaining. Col. J. W. Gailbert
of Louisville, Ky., carried off the honors
of the evening for the highest score.
An old fashioned dance in honor Of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Stifel and party
who are leaving shortly after a month
here, provided a merry evening Thurs
day. Round and square dances were
happily combined, and the participants
entered into the spirit of the occasion
with a zest which was contagious.
AMONG THE GUESTS.
Mrs. J. A. Cummings and Miss M. A.
Cummings of New York, are here for a
long sojourn, both welcome additions to
the social circle.
Mrs. William C.Durant and Miss Laura
Durant of Flint, Mich., will remain sonie
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McFeely of Pitts
burg, are spending several weeks here.
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Lippy of Seattle,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lord of Montclair,
and Mr. and Mrs. Clifton A. E. Merritt
were among Wednesday's arrivals.
Mr. Ernest J. Spauldingof Burlington,
Vt., returns for golf and is welcomed by
many former acquaintances.
Mr. Jay V. Hall of Pittsburg, whose
visit two years ago is pleasantly remem
bered, returns for a long sojourn and will
divide his time between golf and quail
Mr. E. Norman of New York, is making
a ten days yisit.
Monkey Golf Todaj.
A ball sweepstakes monkey golf tour
nament is booked for today and in which
a number of teams will participate. The
round will start at two r. m. and a big
gallery will follow the fun;
Needlework at The Inn,
An exhibition of choice needlework,
suitable for wedding gifts and Christmas
presents, is attracting attention in the
exhibition room of The Holly Inn.