THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
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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 foi
dancing. The cuisine is unsurpassed. The waitresses are all white girls from thf
North. Booms for billiards and other games are provided in the hotel.
A.. I. CREAMER, Manager.
PINEHURST, N. C.
TiNEHURST.Ti.C 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.
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HOTEL ROYAL PALM, Port Myers, F?la.
BOATING, FISHING. SHOOTING, GOLF.
w Th?8e YhinK en,j0? nontropical ape in Florida, should visit this winter retreat, beau
tifully located on thu svlph winding Caloosahachee twenty miles from the Gulf of Mexico
..oe!A0ya Ta1 k ,8 Jle of the ,n08t attractive and palatial hotels in soulta Flo-Ida. Srnce last
Mason the hotel ha been thorough v renovated and newly furnished and a music room.sun parlor
dutch room, and fifty bed rooms all with private hath, have been added. The Club house has i ilso
blths PF0V tl0D a 8wim(nln Vol Vhur baths and a large numKr of priviSS
F. H. ABBOTT, Manager
FIFTY PER CENT INCREASE
House Counts and Advance Bookings
Outdistance all Previous Records.
Holiday FcMtlrltlv and Outdoor
Sport Round Out Clotting: Wevk
of Nineteen Hundred Nine.
HU11S D A Y night's
"house count'' at The
Inn showed an increase
of fifty per cent over the
same date a year ago,
and here you have the
present season situation in lew words ;
a. condition of ailairs which has been in
eflect since the opening of the hotel.
The advance bookings for both rJ lie Car
olina and The Berkshire show the same
relative increase and with this informa
tion mathematical skill is not necessary
to figure out what the present season is
to develop into.
Not a suggestion of the big northern
storm did Pinehurst get, save in a breath
of fros; borne southward to vanish in the
warm suushine, and living in the open
as visitors do here, they are tempted to
wonder if the storm reports are not a
bit like recent north pole discoveries !
Fifty-six participated in Thursday
evening's progressive bridge party ar
ranged by Mrs. T. C. Johnson of Spring
field, 0., Mrs. T. Ashley Sparks and Mrs.
Charles Todd Sparks of New York, a de:
lightf ul evening resulting. The prize win
ners were Mrs. E. A. Guthrie, Mrs. M. L.
Bishop and Mrs. W. H. Browning who
scored 720, 718 and 708, respectively;
Messrs. J. 1. Robertson, J. B. Ladd and
Guy Metcalf who totalled 818, 678, and
AMONG- THE GUESTS
Mr. and Mrs. AV. II. Browning, Miss
Therese D. Browning, Mr. VVm. C.
Browning, 2d, of New York, are spend
ing several weeks here ; Mr. Browning
and his son enjoying the shooting.
Mr. VVm. 11. Waters, of Philadelphia,
spent the week with his son.
Mr. Dayton Voorhees, of Camden, N.
J., returns for golf.
Mr. A. C. Whitcomb, of New York, is
making a short visit.
Mr. L. K. Bolton, of Boston, spent a
portion of the week here.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Condon and
Mr. VV. K. Gillett of Pelham Manor, are
here for a fortnight.
Mr. and Mrs. lioland Elliot of Bridg
ville, come for a short visit.
Mr. J. D. Montgomery and Mr. John
T. Small of Toronto, come for shooting.
Mr. Leland Ingersoll of Cleveland, re
turns for golf.
Mr. J. s. Lindsley of New York, is
back for January.
Mr. C. A. N eft' and Mr. II. G. Bailey of
Norfolk, spent the week end here.
Mr. James Hull of New York, spent
the week here.
Mr. W. G. Clark of Boston, returns
for a month s golf.
Mr. Samuel F. Scattergood of Phila
delphia, returns for his usual visit.
Mr. Uichard W. Hovey of Cambridge
and Mr. C. W. Honeyman of New York,
are here for golf.
Mr. W. R. Tuckerman of Washington,
joius the golfers.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ten Broeck of
Orange, are making a short visit.
Mr. J. B. Ladd of Philadelphia, re
turns for golf.
Mr. G. II. French and Dr. Willis L.
Hale of North Attleboro, are heie for
golf and shooting.
Mr. J. B. Towle of Chicago, returns
for the Holiday week tournament.
Mr. William P. Converse and Mr. Rob
ert M. Converse of Albany, return lor a
Mr. J. S. Coburn of New Haven, joins
Miss Belle M. Conley of Brooklyn, is
back for the winter.
Mr. J. Hartford Chichester of Summit,
is enjoying riding and shooting.
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Mackay, Miss
Alma E. Mackay, Mr. Donald A. Mackay
of Passaic, N. J., return for the season.
Mr. G. F. Blake and Mr. Fordyce
Blake of Worcester, are here for the
Holidays, to return later with Mrs.
Blake and Miss Blake.
Mrs. J. H. Hanson, Miss McFarlan
Mr. K. B. Hanson of New York, are
spending several weeks here.
Mr. George Jeremiah of NewYorkr
joins Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McCreery.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Carver and Mr. C.
A. Carver of New York, are late ar
rivals. Mrs. Mary E. Storrs and Miss Eugenia
Storrs of Painesville, 0.,will remain sev
Mr. J. J. Montague of Richmond, Va.,
turns for his utual visit bringing his
bird dogs with him.
Mr. W. A. Johnston of Latrobe, Pa.t
returns for an extended visit.
Mr. John L. Tappin of Newark, re
turns for golf.
Mr. A. D. Osborne of West Orange
and Dr. W. D. Mitchell of East Orange,
are here for shooting.
Dr.W. C. Welch and Miss Louise W.
Welch of New Haven, are late arrivals.
Mr. B. Stanley Simmons and Mr. G.
II. Chasmar of Washington, are enjoying
Dr. and Mrs. J. 11. White of New
York, are spending January here.
Mr. George II. Perley, M. P., of Ot
tawa, returns with Mrs. Perley.
The return of Miv and Mrs. F. E.
Belden of Hartford, is welcomed by a
large circle of friends.
Nolo Uy Mr. Clirintman.
A flute solo by Mr. Christman added
to the pleasure of the regular Sunday
evening concert at The Inn. The pro
Overture "Fra Diavolo" Auber
"A Thought" Kobertt
Trio "Lied ohne Worte" from opus 63
Selections lrom "Traviata" Verdi
Fiute Solo "Allegro de Concert" opus U7
Mr. P. J. Christman.
VValther's Preialied from "Dcr MiisterBinger"
Selections from '"Faust" Gounod
Hymn "God be with you" Tomer