North Carolina Newspapers

    THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
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PINEHURST
PRESERVES
Embracing 40,000 Acres and Offering
VARIED ATTRACTIONS
FOR SPORTSMEN AND
SPORTSWOMEN
The climate is unsurpassed, cover excel
lent, and easy to traverse. Here one may
enjoy
Sport without "Roughing-it"
New England comforts in Southern terri
tory a rare combination.
GOOD QUAIL AND
DOVE SHOOTING
A few turkeys for those who care to hunt
them, woodcock, fox and rabbit hunting.
In connection with the Preserves are
maintained FENNELS amongthe
most complete in the country, at which
a string of perfectly broken setters and
pointers are kept for the use of the guests
Reliable guides, saddle horses, shooting
wagons, automobiles, and, in fact, every
requirement for iong or short trips. Dogs
boarded and looked after with intelligent
care.
TERMS
Guides $3 per day, without dogs; $4 per
day with dogs; these charges including
shooting privilege. Those shooting with
out guide are charged $1 per day for the
privilege of hunting on the Preserves.
For further information address
PINEHURST GENERAL OFFICE
"Queen of Sea Routes"
Hants & Miners Trans, Go.
Steamship lines
BETWEEN
Boston; Providence
and Norfolk
Most Delightfut Eoute Between
ALL NEW ENGLAND POINTS
AND PINEHURST
Florida Service between Boston, Provi
dence, Philadelphia, Baltimore
and Jacksonville
Fine Steamers Low Fares Best Service
AUTOMOBILES CARRIED
Mar con t Wireless Telegraph
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E. 0. Lohe, Agt., Norfolk, Va.
0. H. Matnaed, Agt., Boston, Mass.
James Barry, Agt., Providence, R. I.
W. P. Turner, G. P. A., Baltimore, Md.
"Finest Coastwise Trips In the World"
Pinehurst Farms
Dairy and Market Garden
Supplying the Entire "Village in their
Respective Departments.
Village Guests are Cordially Invited
to Visit These Modern Plants.
Address Correspondence to
PIMVH1JRIT BIIBRAK OFFICE
DR. RICHARD T. TAYLOR
DENTIST
The Harvard
Consultation Houks: 12 to 1
The Village of Pinehurst
WARREN H.
MANNING
LANDSCAPE,
DESIGNER.
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I7 PINEHURST
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7 Radcuffe,
8 CEDARS
9 GENERAL OFFICE.
10 STUDIO.
11 DEPARTMENT STOR
12 PRINTING OFFICE
POWFR HOUSE
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19 UOQP SHED.
JO BLACKSMITH SHOP
21 CARPENTER SHOP
22 ICE HOUSE.
23 LAUNDRY,
24 R C. C S. STATION.
25 lllVERY STABLE.
26 KENNELS.
28 DA't!FARAfbARNS.
29 CAR-ACE.
30 CLUB HOUSE.
31 BASEBALL FIELD.
32 CUN CLUB.
33 PISTOL RANGE.
5l POLO FIELD.
35 MARLBOROUGH.
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.42 WALDHEiM.
43 IVY.
44 DOGWOOD.
45 WOODBINE.
46 ARLINGTON.
47 HAZELWOOD.
48 ELM.
49 SYCAMORE.
50 MISTLETOE
51 WALNUT.
52 JUNIPER
53 ARBUTUS
54 MALt.
CLUB COl,
55 PLYMOUTH.
56 LAUREL.
57 HONEYSUCKLE.
M ORANGE.
59 MR.HURD'S..
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ti MR F05.DICK
63 MR. PIERCE'S.
64 MH.BKUl-t
65 MR. BLAKE
MR SHANhJ
68 mr!hiintfr'1
69 MR. HUSTON'S,
MR . UUNUAr .
' PALME
I IfJMOX
iSSSESSEt
THE VILLAGE OF PINEHURST
71 MR. PAR NET
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73
74 MR.RUMSEY'i.
'6 MR. SPRING'S.
3 MR STUTTS-.
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Unique in the Southland
Eft ESs 1NEHURST is, to be brief, the most complete and perfectly
3 equipped Fall, Winter and Spring Resort in the world: aa
Ideal Village created by the late James W. Tufts. Possessing
exceptional opportunities for outdoor life, it also offers right
conditions for living in every sense of the words; its unsur
passed location in the far famed long-leaf pine thermal belt
'. or Sand Hill region, responsible, for a winter climate generally
acknowledged to oossess few eauals in the rare ouritv of its
air, and the subtle tonic of its sunshine. . , . . ,
As the winter Golf centre of the' two' hemispheres,. Pinehurst. is now
thoroughly established, its unequalled -equipment embracing three distinct
six-thousand-yard eighteen-hole courses and an additional ' nine-hole course.
Perfectly maintained and laid out in- accordance with modern standards,
they rank with the world-famous courses, and .the special holes are "quoted'
wnerever tne game is known. Here are held annually four contests of inter
national importance beginning with the Midwiriter tournament in Tanuarv.
and concluding with the United North-and South Amateur Championship in
prn. a hreproot locker room, shower baths and observation and lunch
rooms, add to the attractions of the conveniently located Country Club house.
Closely seconding Golf in imnortanre. are Tran Shootiner and Tennis.
the annual Mid-winter Handicap and Tennis Championship held annually in
January, classic events which attract the country s best, a sigmhcant indi
cation of the excellence of the superb equipment for these sports. As the
Hub of Southern good roads, the Village offers special attractions to motorics
and those who ride and drive; the Livery is of the best and the Garage the
largest in the state. Auto service runs between the Country Club, Station an:l
various points in the Village.
Forty thousand acres are maintained as Shooting Preserves for Village
guests with good quail and dove shootiner and an occasional turkey or wood
cock. In connection are Kennels of high excellence and equipment neces
sary to meet the demands of the most, exacting sportsmen. Rifle and pistol
shooting, polo, fox hunting, equestrian sports, baseball, billiards and pool, are
among the attractions which combine happily with social-pleasures. The hotel
orchestras are of high standard and dancing is enjoyed by the entire colony.
The Hotels, four in number, include The Carolina, the largest in the
state and ope of the best appointed in the south, which with its new seventy
room addition, provides for over five hundred guests in accordance with the
high standard of modern requirements. The Holly Inn, accommodating two
hundred guests, enjoys general popularity, while The Berkshire and Harvard,
caring for one hundred guests each, are suited to those desiring a more moderate
rate. The Pine Crest Inn and Lexington are the smaller houses. In addition
to twenty attractive family cottages, well furnished and provided with modern
conveniences, are a rapidly increasing number of private homes ; evidence of
the permanent place the Village holds in the affections of its admirers.
Various utility plants, a Dairy, Creamery and Market Garden, models of
excellence and the only plants maintained on the same large scale for a
similar purpose, play an important part in supplying the needs of the Village
in the way of milk, cream and vegetables. There are also a department
store, pharmacy, meat market, jewelry store, novelty shop, photographic
studio, chapel, schools, library, central power plant furnishing electric
light and steam heat, laundry, refrigerating plant, general office, post, tele
graph and telephone offices, railway station, resident physician, resident
minister, abundant pure water supply, and sanitary sewerage system. In
fact, the Village supplies every modern need offering unequalled and diver
sified attractions for people of refinement at a wide range of price.
Consumptives are excluded.
Pinehurst is seventeen hours from New York and through Pullmans run
throughout the season direct to the Village over the Seaboard Air Line
Railroad. The western service is excellent. Stopover privileges are granted
to tourists going either north or south.
For illustrated general booklet, information or reservations, address:
PINEHURST GENERAL OFFICE, PINEHURST, II, C,
i Or LEONARD TUFTS Owner, BOSTON, MASS.
PINEHURST
SCHOOL
College Preparatory
Grammar and Intermediate
and Primary Departments
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
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
hey 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, surrounded
by right conditions for healthy outdoor
life. Pupils may enter at any time and for
any length of time. . .
TERMS
Primary: season, $75.00; week, $4.00.
Intermediate and Grammar: season,
$125.00; week, $7.00.
College Preparatory: season, $200,00;
week, $12.00.
SPECIAL FEATURES
Private tutoring at reasonable rates.
Music lessons may be obtained from skilled mu
sicians of the Hotel Orchestras.
Mr. Lightbourn, the master in charge,
may be consulted as follows:
At The Carolina, Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday evenings.
At The Holly Inn, Monday, Tuesday, and
Thursday evenings.
At The Berkshire, Tuesday and Thurs
day evenings. .
At other times by appointment.
For information address ,
PHILIP L. LIGHTBOURN or
PINEHURST GENERAL OFFICE
CPT3
PURPQSB
Mauri ge Joyce Engraving (b.
H.C.C. STILES, Mgr.'
Evening Star B'ld'g. Washington, D. C.
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Batchelder&Snyder Company
Packers, Poultry Dressers, Butter Makers
7,49,51,53,55,57,61,63 Blackstone Street
62,64,66,68,70,72,74,76 North St.
BOSTON, MASS.
PINEHURST STEAM LAUNDRY
First Class Work in all
Departments
Done with Neatness and Dispatch
MYRON W. MARR, M. D.
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN FOR PINEHDRST
Office at The Carolina
Hours: 10 to 11 a. m., or by appointment.
    

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