THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
Embracing 35,000 acres of the
In Moore County, North Carolina, offer
unusual and VARIED ATTRACTIONS
for SPORTSMEN and SPORTSWOMEN.
The climate is unsurpassed, cover ex
cellent, and easy to traverse and close to
the Village, in which every comfort may
be found at a varying range of prices.
Here one may enjoy
SPORT WITHOUT "ROUGHING-IT"
New England comforts in a Southern
territory a rare combination.
Excellent Quail Shooting
turkeys for those who care to hunt
them, woodcock and dove shooting; fox
and rabbit hunting.
In connection with the Preserves are
among the most complete in the country, at
which a string of perfectly broken setters
and pointers are kept for the use of the
guests and offered for sale.
Reliable guides, saddle horses, shoot
ing wagons, and in fact every require
ment for long or short trips. Dogs
boarded and looked after with intelligent
Guides $3 per day, without dogs; $4 per day with
dogs; these charges including shooting privilege.
Those shooting without guide are charged $i
per day for the privilege of hunting on the Pre
serves. For further information address:
Pinehurst General Office
Pinehurst Department Store
Complete and Modern Equipment in
Every Department, with Prices
on Par with Northern
Plain and Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes, Notions, Men's
Complete Equipment for Men and Women
for All Out Door Snorts.
Field, Trap and Pistol Ammunition.
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Supplying the Entire Village in their
Village Guests are Cordially Invited
to Visit These Modern Tlants.
Address Correspondence to
PINEHURST GENERAL OFFICE
COMPLETE LINE OF
Drugs, Sundries, Toilet Articles, Confections,
Stationery, Cigars, Etc.,
Prescriptions Compounded by a Registered Pharmacist
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PINEHURST is, to be brief, the most complete and perfectly equipped fall,
winter and spring resort of its class in the world, and it possesses, besides,
many exceptional natural advantages and attractions in environment, oppor
tunities for out-door life, climate, location, soil, water, etc., right conditions
for living in every sense of the word.
It is" unique in that it possesses all the very best features of the typical New
England village, after which it is modelled, and in this particular, as in many
others, its like is not to be found in the Southland.
It was founded in 1895 by the late James W. Tufts, of Boston, Mass., and is
beautifully laid out with wide, curving streets, and ample room for fresh air and sun
shine everywhere ; abounding in shrubs, perennials, semi-tropicals and other plants.
Its location is near the center of North Carolina, in Moore County, in the midst
of the health-giving, sand-hill, and long-leaf pine region or "Thermal Belt,'.' long
noted for its healthfulness and equable climate. It is one hundred and twenty-five
miles from the seacoast, and has an altitude of six hundred and fifty feet. Raleigh,
which is the largest city in the immediate neighborhood, lies seventy miles northeast.
The Village has four strictly modern hotels, several boarding-houses, over fifty
family cottages, and various public buildings. In connection with the Village are
maintained various utility plants, a Dairy Farm, Creamery, Poultry Farm, Market
Garden and Piggery, which supply the needs of the Village in the way of fresh
milk, cream, poultry, eggs, and fresh vegetables. These plants are models of
excellence, having no equals in the South, and being the only ones in the world
maintained on the same large scale, for a similar purpose.
Of the hotels, The Carolina, completed in 1900, is not only the largest in the
Village but in the State as well, and one of the best appointed in the South, accom
modating five hundred guests, and calculated to meet the requirements of the most
exacting. The Holly Inn, accommodating two hundred guests, enjoys general popu
larity and is most homelike in its character.. The Berkshire and Harvard accommo
date about one hundred guests each, and are suited to the needs of those desiring a
more moderate rate than is possible at the larger hotels. The boarding-houses are
the Magnolia and Iyexington.
The family cottages are cosy, substantially built, well furnished and provided
with modern conveniences, including electric lights, running spring water, and
perfect sanitary sewage. Many are heated with steam, have hot water and are
provided with bath, and all have open fireplaces and inviting, vine-2overed verandas.
The Pinehurst Golf Courses are universally acknowledged to be the finest in the
South, embracing three distinct courses; two eighteen-hole, each six thousand yards
long, and a nine-hole, three thousand yards in length; combining varied and attrac
tive artificial and natural hazards, perfection in putting greens and maintenance.
Here are held annually four contests of more than national importance, beginning
with the Midwinter tournament in January, and ending with the United North and
South amateur championship in April, the tournament schedule beginning Thanks
giving week and ending the middle of April. The Club House is conveniently
located and admirably equipped, but a short distance from the center of the Village,
with hack service for those who wish it, and here golfers and non-golfers rendez
vous, and many informal social events are held. Three well-known Scotch profes
sionals are in charge of the links and available for instruction. No golf equipment
in the world, not even historic St. Andrews, rivals Pinehurst. .
A shooting preserve, of fifty thousand acres, is under control of the Village,
and maintained expressly for its guests. Kennels, which rank among the finest in
the country, are run in connection, and teams, trustworthy guides, etc., are available.
Trap-shooting grounds and target pistol butts, modern in equipment, also provide
entertainment for those with the sporting inclinations. .
The Livery Stable is one of the best in the country, Kentucky horses meeting
the requirements of the large number who ride and drive.
There are numerous fine tennis courts at the Country Club and throughout the
Village as well as roque or croquet grounds ; a baseball diamond, with grandstand ;
a riding ring where numerous equestrian contests are held ; a public bowling alley
and billiard hall, in addition to the billiard rooms at The Carolina, Holly Inn and
Berkshire. At The Carolina and Inn are located high-class orchestras, dancing being
much enjoyed in spacious assembly halls. ,
The Village has a post-office, express, telegraph and money order offices, local
and long distance telephone system, electric light, steam heating and power station,
abundant pure water and sanitary sewage system, ice-making plant, steam laundry,
department store, meat market, photographic studio, arts and crafts shop, resident
physician, .circulating library, preparatory school, chapel, and weekly newspaper.
The Pinehurst Outlook.
In fact, Pinehurst supplies every modern need, offering unequalled attractions
of a varied nature, for people of refinement, at a wide range of prices.
Consumptives cannot be received.
Pinehurst is eighteen hours from New York, and through Pullmans run
throughout the season direct to the Village over the Seaboard Air -Line Railroad.
Part of the journey may be made, if desired, by sea to Norfolk. Stop over privileges
are granted to tourists going either north or south.
For detailed information, handsome booklets, etc., address:
THE PINEHURST GENERAL OFFICE,
Vi Leonard Tufts, Owner, Boston, Mass. PINEHURST, N. C.
College Preparatory, Interme
diate and Primary Schools
and a Kindergarten
receives boys and girls
Pupils may enter at any time and for
any length of time.
The scheme of work is individual, the
aim being to enable pupils to continue in
the same studies which they have been
pursuing in their own home schools. If
they bring the books they have used and
a plan from their teachers of the ground
to be covered during their absence, they
will be so instructed that they may rejoin
their classes without loss, after a long or
short stay, in an ideal climate, surround
ed by right conditions for healthy out
Kindergarten: season $75.00: week
Primary : season, $75.00; week $4.00,
Intermediate: season, $125.00: week.
College Preparatory : season, $200.00r
Trivate tutoring at reasonable rates.
Music lessons may be obtained from skilled
musicians of the Hotel Orchestras.
Mr. Lightbourn, the master in charge
may be consulted as follows :
At The Carolina, Monday, Wednes
day, and Friday evenings.
At the Holly Jnn, Monday, Tuesday
and Thursday evenings.
At The Berkshire, Tuesday and
At other times by appointment.
For information, etc., address,
Philip L. Lightbourn,
PINEHURST GENERAL OFFICE
AGAIN and AGAIN
Before you start South and when yon
return home, send us standing orders f 01
You will then be assured of a satisfactory
cup of coffee EERY morning.
Oriental Tea Company,
Scollay Square, Boston, Mass.
"The Big Teakettle."
Batchelder & Snyder Company,
Slaughterers, Packers and Manufacturers.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork, Lard,
Hams, Bacon, Sausages, Poultry,
Game, Butter, Cheese, Eggs, Beans.
Offices and Stores,
55, 57,50,01 & 03 Illackatone Street,
First Class Work in All
Done with Neatness and Dispatch.
MYRON W. MARR, M. D.,
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN FOR PINEHURST
OFFICE AT THE HOLLY INN.
Hours : 10 to 11 A. m , or by appointment.