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f PAGE giHBHHlf1 THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK SMBSfflT )
OLD FRIENDS IN COTTAGES
TOE AM18EMEXT ASSOCIATION
" ' 1 I
- REAL ESTATE -
GENERAL OFFICE BUILDING
Farm and Plantation Lands includ
ing 2400 acres adjoining Pinehurst,
suitable for gentlemen's estates, at
prices ranging from $12.00 to
$25.00 an acre.
Write them or call; their story is
one of human interest- 'Liberty and
Living" - this twentieth century
Broadway at 55th St
IT Combines every con
venience, luxury and
homecomfort and com
mends Itself to peopls
of refined tastes wish
ing to be within easy
access of the social,
shopping and dramatic
T. D. GREEN, Proprietor
Zhc 3ewelr Sbop
In The Department Store Building
Delightfully Palatable and
Exceptionally Soft and Pure
ON SALE AT
Pharmacy and all Hotels
Buckhorn Lithia Water Go.
Spring : Bullock, N. C. Office: Henderson, N. C.
Since Early November This Congenial
Colony Has Been Gathering
Happily Sug-g-eattve of Home Garden
Possibilities are Grounds Surround
ing: the Bruce Home
SADDLE HORSES A SPECIALTY
of the "home gardens"
possibilities is the beauty
spot surVounding the
cottage of Mr. Frederic
Bruce and his sister,
Miss Mary Bruce, of
New York, who were
among the first of the
cottage owners to return, reaching here
November 4th. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler L.
Redfield of Greenwich, at Box Court;
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Spring of Boston
at the Log Cabin ; Mr. and Mrs. William
L. Hurd of Pittsburgh at the Pines ; JMr.
and Mrs. R. C. Shannon, II, of Brock
port at Stanwood; Mrs. Emma J. Sin
clair of Boston, at Red Gables; will
all be here by the first of the year in
addition to the long list given in connec
tion with the Greater Pinehurst story.
Old friends very largely make up the
list of lessees: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Tufts at the Mistletoe ; Mrs. A. F. Sise
of Medford, at the Craddock ; Mrs. James
V. Tufts, at the Cypress which will be
occupied by Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Ormsbee
of Fitchburg, until March, who then take
the Hale; Mr. Henry C. Fownes of
Pittsburgh, at the Lenox; Mr. and Mrs.
Henry S. Houston, of Ilolyoke at the
Arbutus; Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hudson of
New Suffolk, at the Dogwood ; Mr.' and
Mrs. S. A. D. Sheppard of Amesbury, at
the Honeysuckle ; Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Pratt of Marshfield, at the Orange ; Col.
and Mrs. R. A. Swigert of Kentucky, at
the Waldheim ; Mrs. It. A. Olmstead of
Condersport, at the Hazelwood ; Mrs. M.
E. Baxter of Boston, at the Arlington ;
making up the list. 1 Newcomers include
General John D.Langhorn, Mr. Marshall
W. Langhorn and Miss Langhorn of
Washington, who take the Barnett cot
tage. Mr. Marshall Langhorn is just bad
f rom an important Costa Bican diplomatic
mission. Mrs. Anson Phelps Stokes,
widow of the financier, leases four cot
tages : the Elm, Concord, Sycamore and
Beech, for her large party. Mr. and
Mrs. C. S. McDonald of Toronto, will
occupy the Pierce cottage. Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph W. Page of Milton, are at the
Walnut. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Bernard of
Niagara-on-the-Lake, take the Plymouth.
Mrs.GeorgeN.Conklin and Miss Margaret
Conklin of Marquette, Mich., will take
the Hale until Mr. and Mrs. Ormsbee's
Automobiles For Hire
Pinehurst Kennels, Pinehurst, N. C.
It Will Supply modern Luxury and
Necessity Moving' Pictures
Under the management of "The Pine
hurst Amusement Association'' the
Village is to have that modern innovation
which is both luxury and necessity
moving pictures. If The "Association'
membership is incognito. Well known
guests at The Carolina suggested it to the
President of the concern which makes the
films, last winter. INuf said. That
"movie" company is certainly well
named! IThe new. building will ad
join the School on the way to the Coun
try Club, f VVe're on the circuit. Gee!
MiM Priest is Librarian
Miss Lucy K. Priest assumes the duties
of Village Librarian. The usual consign
ment of new books come with the Holi
days. The Village Market
Manager T. P. Cheever is again in
charge of the Village Market for the
Batchelder, Snyder Co. of Boston.
Model Store in Model Villas;
A model store in a model Village, is
the result of Department Store changes ;
additional space and more windows, with
"silent salesmen" show cases system
throughout, f And it's a case of "what
haven't you got?" in the way of stock, i
Removal of the Post Office half way
down the Southern side with a separate
outside entrance, gives double the room
and at the same time makes a model
Pharmacy. 1 And last but not least
you'll find Manager McNab with critical
eyes of supervision, ensconced in his
office at the center and rear of opera
tions as a general should be.
Many Visltorw IB ring: Automobile
Mr. Frederic Bruce and his sister, Miss
Mary Bruce, are among the first of the
cottagers to bring automobiles. Others
who will have cars include Mr. and Mrs.
Tyler L- Redfield, Mr. and Mrs. John C.
Spring, Mr. and Mrs. Parker W. Whitte
more, Mr. and Mrs. George T. Dunlap,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Houston, Mr.
and Mrs. George J. Jenks. 1 Mr. and
Mrs. II. W. Priest, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Tufts, Dr. Myron W. Marr, Mr. Charles
A. Warwick, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Merrow
and Rev. and Mrs. T. A. Cheatham also
add to the increising list of visitors who
find enjoyment in motoring.
The Southern furniture Exposition
Indirectly Pinehurst will claim much
attention in connection with the forth
coming Southern Furniture Exposition
at High Point, N. C, from January 12th
to 2Gth. "Many northern dealers will
take advantage of the opportunity ofiered
to visit Pinehurst, the middle South's
great center of winter outdoor life,"
writes Secretary Clark of the exposition
committee. It is also probable that many
visitors here will take advantage of the
opportunity ofiered to visit the exposi
tion and this hustling town.
Indeed You Have, My I.aIIle
"Haven't I seen you here before?"
queries Pinehurst's 1914 golf calendar
lad. And here you have it the key to
Pinehurst's popularity, f Indeed you
have seen us here before ; always it is
anticipation and pleasant memory. .
IBall Teams Warming- Up
Preliminary baseball practice is leading
up to the usual mid-season games, and
there are fast men on both nines.
The Village Pharmacy
J. I. O'Brien assumes the manage
ment of the Village Pharmacy. '