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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
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" The Center of Summer Golf
Important additions and improvements since last season
On the Ideal Tour GEORGE ORVIS
A. E. MARTIN, Manager, of Bon Air, Augusta, Ga.
Fifth Avenue at Forty-Fifth Street
New York City
Apartments furnished and unfurnished
for the season and yearly rentals
Suites and rooms with bath transiently
GEORGE C. HOWE GEORGE ORVIS
A COMPLETE LINE OF
Drugs, Sundries; Toilet Articles Confections,
Dot anfc Golfc Soba Cigars j
Prescriptions Compounded by a Registered Pharmacist
The Pinehurst Outlook, Newspapers and Magazines
Department Store Building
Pure Olive Oil
BOTTLED IN FRANCE
in Honest Bottles
S. S. PIERCE CO.
Sole Agents for the United States and Canada
Your Summer Tour
Will be incomplete, without , v- ... . .
a run through picturesque LJIXVIL-L-E. NOTCH
You will ilnd there the best service and homelike comfort
and a well equipped garage. '
Write for interesting illustrated booklet.
"IXVlLLi: KOTCH.THE BALSAMS..w Hamp.hlr,,
Philadelphia Office: 608 Perry Bldg., 16th ami rhestnut Sts.
REPUTATION OF PERMANENCE
Dr. Charles F. Macdonald Says Friends
are Building Such for Pinehurst
Com ins: for Several Day' Visit, lie
I.ing-ers Many Week and Leavn
DR. CHARLES F. Mac
donald of New York,
the insanity expert of
international r e p u t a
tion, rounded out an ex
tended visit late in the
week. Coming for a
visit of several days
early in the season, he
has spent two months here and leaves
with regret, anticipating a return.
UI believe no resort in the South has
a future of such promise,"' says Dr.
Macdonald, u and very largely because
of the superb climate and equipment
fiftv, Mrs. Iluyck twenty-five and Mrs.
Behrend fifteen, made the nineteenth.
On the eighteenth, Mrs. Palmer eight
een, Mrs. Taft fifty, Mrs. Williamson
ten, Mrs. R. C. Shannon sixteen, Mrs,
Ridgway thirty, Mrs. Brinton twenty,
Mrs. Price twenty-five, Miss Edith Bar
nett ten, Mrs. Truesdell thirty-five, Mrs.
Ross thirty-five, Miss Helmer five, Miss
Blancke twelve and Miss Small eighteen
u expired." On the seventeenth Miss
Priest nineteen, Mrs. W. C. Fownes, Jr..
eight and Mrs. Gardner fourteen, gave
up the ghost, with Miss Shannon twelve,
the first to surrender on the sixteenth.
Ilia Hinety.nix Is Beat in Monday'
Trap Shooting- II and leap
Parker W. Whittemore captured the
third trap shooting trophy of the season
in Monday's hundred-target sweepstake.
Shooting with an allowance of ten, he
scored ninety-six which was four strokes
better than the ninety-two recorded by
F. A. Hodgman, the scratch contestant.
C. II. James 5), was third in 91; N.F.
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SOUTinVARD-HO! PINEHURST TO JACKSONVILLE "ALL WAYS, ALWAYS!"
which provide right conditions for living
in connection with beneficial recreation
in the open air.
" More and more we are realizing that
we must get back to Nature, and in em
phasizing this Pinehurst is indeed per
forming an important work and occupy
ing a leading place. Surely friends of
the Village are building a reputation
which is upon a foundation of perpetual
ELIMINATION GOLF CONTEST
Mr. C. 8. Waterhouse and Mrs. P. M.
Shannon are Trophy Winners
Mrs. C. S. Waterhouse was the winner
of an elimination contest arranged by
the Silver Foils for prizes presented by
Mrs. F. G. P. Barnes and Miss Gwendo
lyn Cummings. Playing with a handi
cap of twenty-five, she survived to the
twenty-first green. Mrs. Philip Mark
Shannon won second on the twentieth
green, .her handicap fifty. Mrs. J. D.
Clirao, Mrs. George Dutton and Miss
Brown were not far away.
Mrs. Jillson five, Mrs. Metcalf ten,
Miss Cummings twenty-five, Mrs. Gage
Walker (14), fourth in 89; C. II. Sears
(30), fifth in 88; and J. N. Iluyck (G),
Both trap and pistol shooting are in
teresting the women and children. The
grounds are in charge of an attendant
who is competent to instruct, and aims
and ammunition may be hired.
Uring- Pictures Planned
The annual Living Pictures at The
Carolina are being planned by an active
committee on which Miss Caroline Fuller
is the leading spirit. The proceeds will
go towards the fund which maintains the
domestic science department of the local
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rediield
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wyman of Boston
are spending a fortnight at 44 Box Court "
as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tyler L.
Redfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Frank C.
Ayers of Boston leave after a ten days'
lllaliop Cheshire a Visitor
Bishop Joseph Blount Cheshire of
North Carolina spent Sunday here.