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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
PIHEHUB8T, H. 0.
liji urns a
The Holly Inn is one of the most attractive hotels in the South. Since it was
built in 1895, it has been necessaiy to enlarge it several times to meet the constant
ly increasing demand. The interior is elegant, cheerful and tasteful. No modem
convenience is lacking. There are bath rooms, electric lights, steam heat and opeD
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 foi
dancing. The cuisine unsurpassed. The waitresses are all white girls from the
North. Rooms for billiards and other games are provided in the hotel.
A. I. CREAiVlER, Manager,
PINEHURST, N. C.
TiNEJiURST.Ti.Ci. This recently completed hotel is modern in every re-
pect, having electric lights, steam heat and several suites with bath, and with its
cottage annex, accommodating seventy-five guests.
F. C. ABBE, Manager.
HOTEL, ROYAL PALM, Port Mye
BOATING, FISHING. SHOOTING, GOLF.
f n?.7 HhIn,S.0 en,3J njo tropical spot in Florida, should visit this wirter retreat, beau
tlfully located on the sylph winding Caloosahachee twenty mlls from the Gulf of Mexico
w.ltw!S aJm 18 nKe 0f th m08t attractive and palatial hotels in south Flo ida. Since last
rtKm ielflaf been thorough lv renovated and newly furnished and a music room.sun parlor,
dutch room, and fifty bed rooms, all with private hath, have hern added. The Club house has also
bSs P Y 116 additln f a 8wlmin P001' 8lllPhur baths and a large numbw of priJiS
F. H. ABBOTT, Manager
TONIGHT'S XMAS COTILLION
All Pinehurst will Assemble at The
Holly Inn to Enjoy It.
Social CJaytlea Hound out Week
of Holiday 9Ierrj making- at
II o tela Man j Arrival.
LL Pinehurst will assem
ble for tonight's Xmas
Cotillion at The Holly
Inn, the first of the more
formal social a fTa i r s
which will give brilliancy
to the social side of the season. A pro
gram of originality andjsurprise has been
arranged, sparkling with the merriment
of the Holiday season, and the favors are
a wealth of showy novelties. Details of
arrangement are in the hands of an active
committee iucluding Miss Blanche Tap
ley, Miss Ethel Check, Miss Harriet Hor-
ton and Misses Theodate and Margaret
"Everybody Come!" read the invita
tion for Thursday evening's bridge
party arranged by Mrs. John Bassett
Moore, Mrs. M. L. Bishop and Mrs. E. A.
Guthrie, cottagers joining with hotel
guests in the enjoyment of the evening ;
thirteen tables being necessary and the
group including: Mr. and Mrs. John
Bassett Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Todd Parks, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Guthrie,
Mr. and Mrs. T. Ashley Sparks, Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Metcalf, Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
King, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Wesson, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Mc Creery, Mr. and Mrs.
II. R. Mallinson, Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sandford,
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Creamer, Mrs. C. L.
Olmstead, Miss Olmstead, Mrs. C. S.
Horton, Miss Horton, Mrs. A. W. Hay
ford, Miss Blanche Tapley, Miss Theo
date1 Clough, Miss Margaret Clough,
Mrfi. A. J. Phelps, Mrs. M. L. Bishop,
Mrs. William Lewis Washington, Miss
Ethel Gibb, Mrs. Herbert L. Jillson,
Messrs. Charles Banes, J. T. Bishop,
Benj. Thaw Jr., J. S. Walker, J. P. Rob
ertson, J. H.'Martel, Jr., Giftbrd Horton,
Spencer Waters, C. M. Brett, C. L. Wise,
E. A. Tracy, Sydney F. Mc Creery, Capt.
R. B. Parrott and Dr. M. W. Marr.
The winners of the dainty prizes were :
Mrs. Aloore, Mrs. Johnson, Mr. Met
calf and Mr. Walker. Consolation
prizes were won by Mrs. Metcalf, Mrs.
Mallinson and Mr. Banes; Mrs. Phelps
and Mrs. Mc Creery tying for the 500
prize played at one table, Mrs. Phelps
winning the cut. These rules governed
Play four hands at each table. Spades
must be played
Winners progrers toward head table.
Nothing added to score for progression.
Winners at head table go to foot.
AMONG THE GUESTS
Every train brings its quota of arrivals,
prominent among them old friends who
will spend the season.
Mrs. Warner J. Banes and Mr.
Charles H. Banes of Overbrook, return
for a long sojourn.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Johnson, Miss
Elizabeth Johnson and Miss Margaret
Johnson of Springfield, Ohio, are here for
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Peabody of New
York, are here for a fortnight ; Mr.
Peabody enjoying the shooting.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Coyle and Master
Coyle of Bethlehem, Pa., are here for
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. C. Rumsey of New
York, return for the winter.
Mrs. W. W. Temple of New York, re
turn for the Holidays.
Mrs. Daisy C. Porter of Boston, is here
for the Holidays.
Dr. T. D. Myers of Philadelphia comes
for the shooting.
Capt R. B. Parrott of New Brunswick,
returns for golf.
Messrs. A. II. Hough, R. C. Wetmore
and R. L. Ireland of Cleveland, are here
for ten days golf.
Mrs. A. J. Phelps of New York, joins
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oria of Dayton,
are here for a week.
Col. C. M. Brengle of Richmond spent
Mr. C. D. Benbow of Greensboro,
former resident manager of the Village,
spent the week here.
Mr. C. II. Matthiessen of New York,
joins the golfers.
Dr. R. B. Corbin of Metuchen, N. J.,
joins Capt. Parrott.
Mr. J. S. Walker of Orange, Va., re
turns for the Holidays.
Mr. W. C. Johnson of Philadelphia, is
back for his usual visit and golf.
Mr. Sydney F. Mc Creery of New
York, joins his parents.
Mr. Herbert E. Cushman of College
Hall, returns for golf.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Bruff and
Mrs. W. H. G. Wood of New York,
and Prof. A. Marshall Elliott of Balti
more return for the Holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Truesdell of New
York, return for the season.
Mr. E. J. Spaulding of Burlington, is
welcomed back by the golfers.
Mr. Paul F. Richter of Philadelphia,
returns for his annual visit.
Miss Edith Macleod of Toronto and
Miss Von Mater of Red Bank, return for
Mr. II. S. Haskell of New York, joins
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hayford's party.
Mrs. Frances C. Gross, Miss Marion I.
Gross and Mr. LeRoy C. Gross of Cam
den, return after an absence of several
years, with Miss Margaret Taylor of
Baltimore, for the Holidays.
Mr. Charles McDowell and Miss
McDowell of Brooklyn, stopped ofl on
their way south.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gladwin of France,
return for the second visit of the season.
Mr. Benjamin Thaw and Miss Thaw of
Pittsburg, join Mr. Benj. Thaw, Jr.
Delig-hted with .Pinenurst.
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hammond and
family of Boston, have taken the Wal
nut and Elm cottages for the winter.
They came for a month at The Inn,
were delighted with the Village and will
now remain until spring.