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SiJMi THE piNEHuRsT ouTLooic,WMtf"
THE tfOIM iflfl
TIME TO DANCE AND DINE
SEASON: JANUARY TO APRIL 30
The Holly Inn is one of the most comfortable, attractive and popular hotels in
the South, caring for -with its annexes 200 guests. The lobby has been en
larged since last season contributing greatly to the comfort of the guests.
There are a number of rooms connected with private baths which are let singly
or en suite. The hotel is heated throughout by steam and there are open fires in
the foyer and parlors. A large music room where daily concerts and dancing
are enjoyed, together with the attractive Dutch room and the billiard room, provide
appreciated social features. The excellent cuisine and service for which the hotel
is noted, will be maintained and patrons will find the Holly Inn a most comfortable
home from January to May.
F. C. ABBE, Manager, Pinehurst, N. C.
PINEHURST, N. C.
The Berkshire is a modern hotel, delightfully located with all conveniences for
health and comfort; bath rooms, steam heat, open fires, electric lights and sanitary
plumbing. The guests' apartments are comfortable and home-like and the public
rooms large and attractive. The cuisine and service is of a high standard. A billiard
room and barber shop are appreciated by the guests.
J. M. ROBINSON, Manager.
PINEHURST, N. C.
A homelike hotel, modern in every respect, having electric lights, steam heat
and several suites with bath, and with its cottage annex, providing for seventy-five
guests, and run in connection with The Berkshire.
J. M. ROBINSON, Manager.
Bank of Pinehurst
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES TO LET
CHECKING AND SAVING ACCOUNTS
4 PER CENT INTEREST
J. R. flcQUEEN, President F. W. VON CANON, Cashier
JBRETTOfl l THE HEART OF THE WHITE MOUNTAIHS OF HEW HAMPSHIRE
Improved Golf Coarse Fall 6,450 yards
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Winter: Hotel Ormond
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Information at 243 Filth Are.. New York, and aU of Mr. Foster's offices
k -BBKTTOK WOODS SADDM AND DBXYIKO HOESKS AT OBUOND THIS WINTSB
Championship Has Weyertheles
Claimed the X.ion' Share
Of Week Attention
to the "climax of final
play, the United North
and South Championship
has claimed not only the
entire colony but the
section and socially
Pinehurst has found
time to dance, to dine,
to bridge, and many of the cottagers
have entertained, among them Mrs. John
Smithers who was hostess at a conundrum
luncheon at the Beacon. Mr. E. M. Slay
ton gave a stag supper at the Lift-the-Latch
in honor of Amateur Champion
Ouimet, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tufts,
and Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Spaulding were
hosts at Carolina dinners. For the com
ing week Monday's moonlight dance in
the Pine Grove, and the coming of Gray,
the aviator, are anticipated.
Guests at The Carolina
Prominent among the weeks arrivals
were many who come for the Champion
ship. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Herreshoft of
New York among them. If Doctors Fred
erick Shavoir and J. H. Staub and Mr.
Homer S. Cummings of Stamford are
welcomed back, joining Senator Schofield.
Messrs. Charles H. Banes of Philadel
phia and L. E. "Wood of Buffalo return,
Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Kennedy of Youngs
town are again here for their usual visit,
and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Walker of Muske
gon are also welcomed.
Mrs. J. F. Waggaman and Mrs. J. L.
Smith of Washington spent the week
here, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Fischer and W.
W. Fischer of Hartford come for a fort
night, and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight E. Meigs
of Pottstown return.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Eisele and Miss
Eisele of Buffalo are here for April, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred W. Filoon and John W.
Filoon of Brockton join friends, and Mr.
and Mrs. M. W. Paul of Charlotte come
for the Championship.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Howell and Miss
Howell of Hamilton, Ontario, come for
two weeks, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jackson
of Philadelphia spent the week here, and
Miss D. Thompson of Pittsburgh joins
her sister, Mrs. Van Cleef .
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ealph Hilton of New
York are here for the coming week, Mr.
and Mrs. D. L. Lyon of Watch Hill re
turn for the second visit of the season,
and Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Shoemaker of St.
Louis spent the week here.
Mr. and Mrs. Jonothan H. Crawford
and son of Orange were recent visitors,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Moler of New
York and Mr. Earl A. Mower of Lynn
come for the week, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Scott of Charlotte return.
Mrs. Henry L. Meyer and Miss Henri
etta Meyer of Brooklyn come for April,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sherrard of Boston
spent a few days here, and Mrs. M. Tur
ner Kerr and Miss Marion L. Kerr of
New York joins Mr. Hamilton Kerr.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. McNicoll of Mon
treal return, Mr. and Mrs. Eaymond S.
Farr of Boston join Mr. Taft, and Mr.
and Mrs. C. G. Sturgis and F. N. Sturgis
of Winnet, Va., come for a fortnight.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Crider of Cleve
land come for a fortnight, Mr. and Mrs.
W. P. Wood of Eichmond return, and
Mr. E. S. Sturgis of Cambridge joins his
Mrs. W. A. Barber of New York joins
her sen, Mrs. F. Brooks EUwanger and
her son of Short Hills, and Mr. Kenneth
Murray of New York come for Easter,
and Mrs. John A. Brown and Miss Bar
bara C. Lewis of Chestnut Hills return.
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Markey of
Brooklyn spent the week here, and Mr.
Thomas Morrison, Miss Helen Morrison,
and Mr. and Mrs. James B. Eisaman and
Mr. James K. Eisaman of Pittsburgh
come for April.
Mrs. L. H. Craig and Miss Evelyn
Craig of Veray, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs.
C. S. Folsom and Miss Emmett of New
York come for the month.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dickson, Miss Dick
son, Miss Burd B. Dickson, George E.
Dickson and T. Bruce Dickson of Pitts
burgh return for the second visit of the
season, and Messrs. Charles E. Chase of
Hartford and Thomas Hewes of Farm
ington are here for a fortnight.
Messrs. Edgar E. Kiess of Washington
and J. George Becht of Harrisburg join
the golfers, and Mr. DeWitt W. Balch
of Cincinnati joins his father.
Mr. W. C. Semple of Louisville joins
the golfers, Mr. S. B. Stinson of Phila
delphia joins friends, and Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Young and the Misses
Jennette and Katherine Young of Nor
folk spent the week here. Mr. Young is
president of the Norfolk & Southern E. R.
Mrs. W. J. Craddock of Lynchburg
joins Mr. Craddock, Mr. Frank H. Mc
Geagle and Miss McGeagle of Pittsburgh
are here for April, and Mr. Eobert A. G.
Ault of York comes for a week's golf.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Brown and
Miss Edna M. Brown of Philadelphia are
here for the month, Mr. Archibald G.
Mcllwaine, 2nd, of New York come for
the week, and Mr. Kingman Douglass of
Chicago is making a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Ealph King of Toronto
return for their usual visit, and Mr. and
Mrs. B. B. Conrad of Brookline joins
Mldseason at The Holly Inn
The week at The Holly Inn has been a
pleasant prophecy for the extended mid
season which it inaugurates, bridge and
putting combining pleasantly with Thurs
day evening's dinner given by Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest E. Behrend of Erie in honor of
Amateur Champion Ouimet; other guests
include Messrs. J. H. Sullivan, Jr., and
M. Fred O'Connell, Mrs. William West
and the Misses Mary and Henrietta
Brownell, and Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey
Davis, f Bridge claimed five tables on
Wednesday with Mesdames Carrie Toellc,
E. C. Blancke, F. A. Ives, and J. P. Wil
liamson as prize winners. If There was