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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
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 constant
ly increasing demand. The interior is elegant, cheerful and tasteful. No modern
convenience 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.
TlNLHURST.Ti.Cw This recently completed hotel is modern In every re-
ipect, having electric lights, steam heat and several suites with bath, and with its
oottage annex, accommodating seventy-five guests.
F. C. ABBE, Manager.
FIRST OF SEASONS SERIES
Usual Progressive Bridge Parties are
Inaugurated at The Inn.
HOTEL ROYAL, PALM, Fort Myers, F?la.
BOATING, FISHING, SHOOTING, GOLF.
Those wishing to enjoy the most tropical spot in Florida, should visit this winter retreat, beau
tifully located on the svlph winding: Caloosahachee twentv miles from thA fjnif nf Mvixn
Hotel Royal Palm is one of the most attractive and palatial hotels in south Flo ida. Since last
season inn noiei na oeen inorougni v,renovatea ana newly furnished and a mnsic room, sun parlor,
dutch room, ani fifty bed rooms, all with nrivate bath, ha. hen nrlrtpd Th ,nr.aa h.. aA
been improved br the addition of a swimming pool, sulphur baths and a large number of private
F. H. ABBOTT, Manager
Dinner and Dances Enliven a Busy
Week Indoors and Out Holiday
JOYED by hotel guests
and cottagers was Tues
day evening's progres
sive bridge party at The
Inn, the first of the series
annually enjoyed, six
tables being necessary. Details of ar
rangements were in hands of an active
committee including Mrs. Guy Metcalf of
Providence, Mrs. Charles Todd Parks of
New York, Mrs. A. I. Creamer and Mr.
F. A. King of Northboro, and the prizes
in exquisite taste ; the list of winners in
cluding, Mrs. William Lewis Washing
ton, Mrs. John Bassett Moore, Mrs. V.
R. Lansingh, all of New York, Mr. E.
A. Tracy of South Coventry, Mr. A. I.
Creamer and Prof. Moore.
Many dinners have also added to the
pleasure of the week and dancing is gen
erally enjoyed by the younger set which
is actively planning Holiday gayeties, the
first of which is to be a cotillion for
Christmas night, Saturday next.
Wondrous days of crisp air and sun
shine are keeping all out of doors, in
terest centered in the large handicap
mixed doubles tennis tournament, in pro
gress as The Outlook goes to press.
Eiding and driving were never more
popular, and the golfers are resorting to
the usual novelties to wind out happy
days as is evinced by Thursday's "Monkey-tourney."
AMONG THE GUESTS.
Every train brings its quota of arri
vals, the house count mounting merrily
upwards and distancing all previous rec
ords. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hay ford of Phil
lips Beach, the Misses Theodate and
Margaret Clough and Miss Blanche Tap
ley of Lynn, return; welcomed by a
large circle of acquaintances.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. K. Taylor
and Miss Anna C. Taylor of New York,
spent the week here.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie C. Bruce of New
York, return for their usual sojourn;
Mr. Bruce devoted to shooting.
Mr. Wilbur C. Johnson and Mr.
Spencer Waters of New York, return for
their. usual Holiday visit.
Mrs. M. L. Bishop and Mr.1 Julian T.
Bishop of Bridgeport, are welcomed
back for -December.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Wesson of Spring
field, are here for an extended visit.
Mr. Wesson will spend much time in the
Mrs'. Van Rensselaer Lansingh of New
York, spent the week with her husband.
Mr. Harry J. E.' Thomas of Baltimore,
is here for riding and shooting.
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Holman of Atlan
tic City spent the week here.
Mr. E. II. Robinson of Merchantville,
is a late addition to the ranks of the golf
ers and will remain some time.
Mi John J. Kennedy of Boston, is
here for golf.
Mrs. M. E. 13. Heffernan and Miss
Katherine Heffernan of Providence are
Dr. E. W. Pierce of Meriden and Mr.
II. T. Bartlett of Ansonia, are making a
Mr. LaFayette Lentz, Mr. Wm. Lentz of
Mauch Chunk, Pa. return for shooting.
Mr. Samuel L. Feiber and Mr. C. C.
Phillips of New York, are enjoying golf.
Mr. C. M. Brett of Brookline, returns
for golf and shooting. , .
Mr. Mahlon Pitney of Morristown and
Mr. Chas. A. Reed of Plainfield, spent a
portion of the week in the quail covers.
Mr. Ayres C. Greening of Montclair,
is here for golf.
Mr. J. S. Fanning "Jack? to trap shots
everywhere, one of DuPont's ablest rep
resentatives, spent a portion of the week
Mrs. James B. Richardson of High
Point and Miss Reid 'of Reidsville, N.
C. spent the week here.
Mr. Ellery J. Wilcox of Providence, is
a late arrival.
Mr. David Maclaren, and Dr. S, R.
Cooke of Oitawa, are spending a fort
Mr. Harry Martel of Montreal, returns
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sanford and Mr.
J. P. Robertson of New York, are late
Mr. R. H. Channing Jr., and children
of New York, will remain some time.
At Ihe Lexington.
Mr. J. F. O'Connell of Marlboro,
Mass., is spending the season here.
Mr. Henry Gilling of Fall River, is
making a long sojourn.
Mrs. p.. F. Weidman of Chicago, leaves
after three weeks here.
Mr. George Bingley of Ottawa, was a
Protestant services will be held in the
Village Chapel tomorrow including
morning service at eleven and Sunday
school at three-thirty.
On Christmas Sunday, Holy Commun
ion at ten and morning service with
sermon, at eleven.
Catholic services well be held tomor
row morning at six oclock and on Christ
mas Sunday at six and eight in the
Tutor A young man who would in
struct boy of seventeen, backward in
his studies, also accompany him in out
door sports; golf, horseback riding, etc.
Address S. R. Young, care The Out
look, stating qualification, salary,
Trap Shooting- Popular.
Trap shooting is rapidly coming to
the fore and many are enjoying it.
"Jack" Fanning set the pace Monday
with a string of forty-eight ' out of a