THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
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PINEHUfiST, MOTORISTS' MECCA
Packed in Boies at One Dollar per Pound
Sold in All
and at Our
9 WEST STREET BOSTON, MAPS.
18 STATE STREET BOSTON, MASS.
439 BOYLSTON STREET BOSTON. MASS.
254 ESSEX STREET.... SALEM, MASS.
50 CENTRAL SQUARE.. LYNN. MASS.
653 FIFTH AVENUE, Near 45th St... NEW YORK CJTY
Booth in corridor, Empire Building,
71 broadway; newyorkcity
101 south 13th street...... philadelphia, pa.
8 south lasalle street chicago, ill.
610 st. catherine st.; west... montreal, can.
factory, 16 &20 ames st cambridge, mass.
ON SALE eit The Carolina
A COMPLETE LINE OF
Drugs, Sundries, Toilet Articles, Confections
Dot anfc GoR Soba - Cigars
Prescriptions Compounded by a Registered Pharmacist
The Pinehurst Outlook, Newspapers and Magazines
Department Store Building
Choisa" Ceylon Tea
i lb. Canisters
1-2 lb. Canisters
Packed in Parchment-Lined One
Pound and Half-Pound Canisters
We invite compari
son with other Teas
of the same or higher
S. S. PIERCE CO.,
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$ Copley Square. DAOTAM Coolidge Corner,
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service ana nomeiike comfort
r a wel1 eouiPIed garage.
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WeHtg-ard Predict Great Automobile
Future for Village
THE IDEAL climate
and the many out-door
attractions of .Pinehurst
are destined to make the
resort a mecca for mo
torists as soon as the
trunk line routes from
the North are put in
such condition that the
Village can be reached with comfort,
f While Moore County, in which Pine
hurst is located, and also some of the
adjoining counties, have done wonders
in road improvements, it" is nevertheless
unfortunately a fact that this popular
stretch of atrociously bad clay roads,
near Newark, Delaware. This road has
been almost an effectual bar for years
against reaching Washington from the
North via this direct route, because dur
ing rainy weather tourists were com
pelled to make the long detour from
Philadelphia via Gettysburg to Washing
ton, almost doubling the distance of the
direct route, and even then not finding
any too good service for motor travel.
South of Richmond, in Virginia and in
North Carolina, improvements are slowly
being made which encourage one to
hope that the trip .from Richmond to
Pinehurst, and even farther South to
other resorts, may be made in the rea-
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WESTGARD IN CAMPAIGN GARB
resort is almost barred for Northern
motorists by reason of the hundred and
thirty miles of practically prohibitive
cow-trails which serve as roads between
Washington, the national capital, and
Richmond, the capital of the confed
eracy. Since the battling armies dragged
their cannon along these trails during
the war practically nothing has been
done towards affecting improvement of
this stretch. I have surveyed two ten
tative routes, looking towards the im
provement of the road between these
two cities, but so far little actual work
is in evidence towards betterment.
And that is not all. f Between Phila
delphia and Baltimore there remains a
sonably near future with assurance of
comfort and pleasure.
While the roads from Wilmington,
N. C, to Pinehurst are passab'e .undef
favorable conditions, it is probably true
that this route is not in sufficiently good
shape to induce many Northern tourists,
at least at the present time, to ship their
cars by boat to Wilmington for the pur
pose of reaching Pinehurst over this
route. However, steps are being taken
to put this route in better hape, and it
is thought that the communities along
this line can be made to see the advan
tages of its betterment.
Mr. Leonard Tufts, the owner of Pine
hurst, is known nation wide as a prac-