THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK For Sale Here is Your Opportunity for Hunt ing and Fishing in Fall and Winter BEAUTIFUL SOUTHERN ESTATE On Homosassa River, West Coast of Flor idaSix miles from Gulf of Mexico. Emin ently suited to gentleman's house or for club. Said to be twenty-eight kinds of fish in the river. Excellent quail shooting within short distance, also deer hunting. There is also duck shooting in rivers running into the Homosassa, as well as plenty of duck shooting in the Cheshowski River, ten miles below Homosassa an easy trip by boat. FINE COTTAGE Completely furnished. Lighted by acetylene gas, containing living room, dining room, gentlemen's room, lavatory, kitchen and servant's bedroom on first floor. Five commodious chambers and two bathrooms on second floor with flush closets connecting with sewers. Piazza on north, fronting tha river, which is but fifty feet distant. Piazza also on west, fronting orange and grapefruit groves, and fountain. ABOUT TWO ACRES OF LAND All enclosed with fine painted fence. WATER TOWER For salt and fresh water. ENGINE HOUSK AND ENGINE For water service and acetylene lights. Also stable and addition. WAGON FOR HUNTING Fitted for ice and water for dogs. FINE DOG KENNELS. FORTY-SIX ORANGE TREES Seventeen bearing fruit this year. FIFTY-FOUR GRAPEFRUIT TREES Eight bearing fruit this year. TWO TANGERINE TREES Full bearing. FINE BOAT HOUSE With three power boats, one built by Lawley, with mahogany fin ished cabin. Has two lounges, very comfort able for sleeping. Lavatory. Speed eight miles per hour. Two ether boats fitted for fishing. Two mahogany row boats and one ordinary rowboat. Price $12,500 Which is less than one-half of original Investment. Inquiries for further details should be addressed to Geo. C. Dutton, 55 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. Notice This is the estate of the late B. F. Dutton. THE MOST MAGNIFICENT HOTEL iN THE SOUTH Eu'opcan plan Tir kish and Roman baths. Stop over and see beautiful Richmond and histoMcal points. Coun t'y Club, with 18-hole Golf Club nearby. Booklet on request . F. WEISIOER, Manager Merchants & Miners Trans. Go. tamabfp 1ilns BETWEEN Boston, Providence and Norfolk MOST DELIGHTFUL ROUTE TO AND FROM PINEHURST Florida Service between Boston, Providence, Philadelphia Baltimore and Jacksonville Fine steamers Low Fares Best Service AUTOMOBILES CARRIED Marconi Wlrelesi Telegraph end For Dooklet E. 0. Lohr, Agt., Norfolk, Va. 0. H. Maynard, Agt., Boston, Mass. James Barry, Agt., Providence, R. I. W. P. Turner, G. P. A., Baltimore, Md. "Finest Coastwise Trips in the World" OUTLOOK Published Every Saturday Morning During the Season, November May, at Pinehurstv North Carolina Conducted hy Ralph W. Page For Advertising Rates and Space apply to JED WIN A. HE1S1I4JI 11 West 32d Street, New York One Dollar Annually, Five Cents a Copy Foreign Subscriptions Fifty Cents Additional The Editor is always glad to consider contribu tions. Good photographs are especially desired. Editorial rooms over the Department Store. Hours 9 to 5. In telephoning ask central for Outlook Office. Advertising rate card and circulation state ment on request. Entered as second class matter at Post Office at Pinehurst, Moore County, North Carolina. Saturday, December 30, lOlO nellgiou Services At the Pinehurst Chapel: Holy Communion 9.30 A. m. Children's Services 10.00 a.m. Morning Service and Sermon 11.00 A. m. Night Service at the Com munity House at 8.00 p. m. Roman Catholic Early Mass . . . . 6.15 A. m. Second Mass 8.00a.m. mails Arrive 8.00 a. m. Leave 7.00 a. m. 8.30 A. m. 8.30 A. m 7.00 P. M. 6.00 P. M. 8.30 P. M. 8.00 P. M. Train NORTH Leave 9.40 a. m. 9.00 p. m. from north Due 8.05 A. M. 8.30 P. M. SOUTH Leave 7.10 a.m. 7.35 P. M FROM SOUTH Due 10.30 a. m. 9.45 P. M. In Search of the Beautiful We have recognized for a long time that we should have to break away from the ugliness of the prevailing "Develop Your Resources" idea before we could become a really inhabitable neigh borhood. That we would have to build along the lines of the Greeks and not of the promotor, and make beauty and permanence our ideal instead of profits and dis play. The year has shown some sprouting of the germ. The ladies of the Auxiliary are hot in pur suit of some method to curb the burning of our young pine growth, and have created a grow ing public sentiment in favor of making all our roadways into parkways, to be given to the pub lic and planted in shade trees for all time. Our public and private buildings are beginning to show the value to the vicinity of good architecture witness both the many houses of really excellent and beautiful design erected here in the village and on Weymouth Heights at Southern Pines, and such attractive structures as the girls' dormitory at Eureka, and the High School at Candor. We have learned one of the first rudiments of civilization, lost in the com mercial shuffle of our time, that nothing ugly is economical. The Advent of Art We could never hope to attract to our borders people of culture and refinement, or to bring up our children to be such, without due consideration of the arts and graces of existence. Consequent ly perhaps the greatest single contribution that has been made to the whole movement is John F. Patrick's Art Colony project. Whatever the details are, the salient fact stands out that he has induced to come to Southern Pines an artist of International reputation, with an eye to see the gorgeous sunsets and the mellow lights (which incidentally we have not heard mentioned half a dozen times in as many years, although they cover the country with a luxuriant beauty at dusk that is not surpassed on the Island of Capri or the Grand Canyon, or anywhere on the mortal planet") and a hand to depict them; and most important of all the faculty of teaching the elements of draw ing and painting. His presence and his work will be an incalcul able addition to the miniature civilization we are working for. Dispelling a Fallacy Hand in hand with the spirit of living a fellow has to have the means. Addressing now a purely Pinehurst audience, we would like to dispel an idea that has irri tated us a long time. Hardly a day goes by but that some friend on the fairway expresses the idea that nothing grows here that Pinehurst is a kind of garden in a desert. As a simple matter of fact the agriculture of this neigh borhood is the most varied of any place we know in the South. It is intentially so. And as another simple fact the growing of peaches in this district is by all odds the best and most successful in the United States. Fifty thou sand peach trees have been planted within three miles of the ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE The Original Antiseptic Powder forv the Feet GOLFERS Tennis and Base Ball Players, Dancers, Walkers use it because it makes their feet comfortable and keeps them in con dition. Shake it in the shoes and sprin kle in the foot-bath. The Standard rem edy for the feet for a Quarter Century Makes tiyht-rit-ing o r patent leather dices feel easy. Relieves hot, puffy feet, Sold everywhere, 25c. For FI?EE sample address ALLEN S. OLMSTED. 'Le Roy, N. Y. i. J I i I t ! L J The Nassau Country Club, Olen Cove,L.I. Or ass Seed supplied by Stumpp & Walter Co. Grass Seed of Known Quality GUARANTEED FOR PURITY AND GERMINATION For the Best Results, the purchase of seed of the very highest quality, select, ing the right varieties in proper propor tion to suit soil and climatic conditions, is most important. Remember: All our seed is of the highest quality, purchased direct from the source of supply, carefully exam ined as to purity and growth, and tested by the leading seed-testing stations of Europe and Washington, D. O. We are always glad to suggest for mulas suited to soil and climate, and tell you the exact percentage of each of the varieties in the formula, or we furnish seed by named varieties. The benefit of a grass seed expert one who has made a life study of this subject is at your disposal 30 & 32 BarclayStreet New York Highland Park Hotel (Queen of Winter Resorts) GOLF POLO TENNIS HUNTING All Outdoor Sports Open December to May Write for Booklet J. J. Sweeney, Manager AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA Mr. Arthur G. Lockwood Designs and Constructs Modern Golf Courses at Reasonable Prices Full Particulars on Application MEDFORD, MASS., Tel. 164-M

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