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OUTLO0K lmmmE 18
The Largest and Best Appointed Hotel in the Carolinas
Private baths, telephones in all rooms, elevators, sleeping porches,
every possible convenience.
Open November 10th to Middle of April
H. W. PRIEST, Manager, Pinehurst, N. C.
THE flOhliY Ifjfl
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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 enlarged since last season, contributing greatly
to the comfort of the guests.
F. C. ABBE, Manager, Pinehurst, N. C.
The Berkshire is a modefn hotel, delightfully located, with all
conveniences for health and comfort ; bath rooms, steam heat, open
fires, electric lights and sanitary plumbing.
J. M. ROBINSON, Manager, PINEHURST, N. C.
THE PINE CREST INN
A recent delightful addition to
Mrs. E. C. Bliss.
Pinehurst, N. C.
Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Baths,
Excellent Table, Moderate Bates
EDWARD FITZGERALD, Manager.
Summer Season: THE COLUMBUS, White
Mountains, Bethlehem, N. H.
BUST OF COL. VROOMAN
Well Known Guest of the Village
Honored by the Masons
Colonel John W. Vrooman of
Herkimer, New York, is one of
Pinehurst's most devoted follow
ers whose annual visit is always
certain to add a considerable in
terest. He is Past Grand Master
of the Masons and a Union veter
an of the campaigns of the Caro
linas in the Civil War. He is a
vigorous exponent of the axiom
that life is worth living and should
be lived with both action and keen
enjoyment. The consequence is
that wherever he goes the whole
neighborhood takes notice. In the
words of the poet, "There is
something doing." We know
when he arrives, his excellent
friends, the enemy, composed of
the whole body of North Caro
lina's Conferedate veterans, know
also, and cheer lustily.
We are glad to report that he
is expected at the Berkshire
shortly after the holidays, and
hopes to have General Hugh L.
Scott, the chief of staff of the
United States Army, as his guest
in the village for a few days.
'Borglums, the famous sculptor,
is executing an heroic bust of the
Colonel to be placed in the chapel
of the Masonic Home in Utica, in
recognition of his long and faith
ful services to the Fraternity.
Borglums has an International
reputation. The equestrian statue
of Sheridan and bust of Lincoln
in the rotunda of the Capitol are
perhaps the best known at pres
ent. But he is now carving a Con
federate Memorial out of the solid
rock of Stone Mountain, a monu
mental work 2,000 feet long and
250 feet high displaying hundreds
of life sized figures of famous
Southern soldiers to be the final
great tribute to the traditions of
the South by the daughters of the
Back at it Again
Charles D. Wimans of Moline,
Illinois, graduate of Sheffield
Scientific School in 1914, and one
of the coaches of the Yale crew,
has been spending a week or two
at the Carolina Hotel to recover
his equilibrium after as close a
shave as even Jim McConnell ever
experienced or perhaps as any
man can report to the land of the
He had consideable experience
as an aviator, so when Harry
Payne Whitney organized a band
of volunteers to enter the game
under West Point men at Gover
nors Island to qualify for the fly
ing reserve corps of the United
Sates, he fell into the project
September 8th will remain for
ever in his memory. That morn
ing he and Walter Struthers, a
well-known member of the New
York Stock Exchange, went up
together into a gusty sky. 800
feet above ground they ran into
one of the most dreaded of all
currents known to the flying elk
as a tail spin. Struthers was
driving, and in spite of all he
could do lost complete control of
the craft, and the machine fell
headlong to earth. Struthers
never recovered consciousness.
Wimans has regathered his shat
tered nerves in the quiet of the
village', and left last night for
New York, where he will fly again
MOORE COUNTY PAPERS
(Continued from page thirteen)
The Whigs, it must be admitted
had great provocation, but still
most people will perhaps think
that they carried their revenge
too far and that they let their re
sentment of a most wanton and
atrocious act of cruelty control
their judgement and their better
feelings, or we may suppose that
their object was not merely to
take revenge for the murders
committed at the Piney Bottom,
but to teach the Tories a lesson
which they would not soon forget
and to make an impression which
would deter them from ever at
tempting such a thing again. It
this was their object it may be
said to have been accomplished,
for they were now both deterred
My correspondent says that the
Tories were now under dreadful
apprehensions, believing that it
was Wade's intention to scour the
whole country and put every man
of them to the sword. They were
therefore greatly relieved in their
feelings when he began to turn
his course towards home. He
turned down through the upper
end of Robeson County and
passed thence through the lower
side of Richmond, by the Rock
dale mills, into the Pedee country.