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THE BEST AID
TO A HIGH SCORE
THE SMITH & WESSON
Single Shot Target Pistol
TheS. & W. target pistol with auto
matic shell ejector, rebounding lock,
and adjustable target sights, is the final
triumph in the production of a thor
oughly accurate target pistol. Its recom
mendation by the committee, and its
wide use by experts are significant testi
mony to its high-score efficiency. The
.22 long rifle cartridge gives the best re
sults with this arm, but it is also bored
for the regular S. & W. .321088 and
This monogram appears
on all genuine Smith dc
FOR SALE by the PINEHURST GENERAL STORE
SMITH & WESSON
On the hardies of all athletic implements
the sportsmen's Bull Dog Grip, the grip
that wins. Many have improved their
games by using it, why not you? On
sale at all sporting good dealers and
Price Small Cans 50c : Regular size
JOHNSON HOLD-FAST COMPANY, Inc.
Mineola, L. I., N. Y., U.S.A.
14th & K st. n. w.
Washington, D. C.
A quiet hotel with a cuisine of pronounced
excellence. American plan $3.00 per day and
up. European plan $1.00 per day and up.
EUGENE S. COCHRAN, Manager
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Xryon, IN. C
IN FAMOUS THERMAL BELT
Most beautiful part of Western N. C
Private Baths, Steam Heat, Lighting Plant
Send for booklets
E. BROWNLEE, Manager
L1FT-THE-LATCH TEA ROOM
Plnebluff, N. C
Now Open for lunches and suppers
The Misses Little.
and Novelties from
Branch of New York Store at The Carolina
Published Every Saturday Morning, Daring
the Season, November to May, at
Plnehurst, Moore County, North Carolina
(Founded by James W. Tufts)
Edited by Herbert T,. Jfllion
One Dollar Annually, Five Cents a Copy.
Foreign Subscriptions, Fifty Cents
The Editor Is always glad to consider contri
butions of descriptive articles, short stories,
narratives and verse. Good photographs are
Editorial Booms over the General Store; hours
9 to 5. In telephoning ask Central for Mr.
Advertising rate folder and circulation state
ment on request.
Entered as second class matter at the Post
Office at Plnehurst, North Carolina.
ftaturday March 11, lOll
Department Office Hours
Pharmacy open 7 a. m. to 9 p. m;
Sunday, 9 to 11 A. M., 2 to 9 P. M.
Postoffice 7 : 30 A.M. to 9 P. M. ;
Sunday, 9 to 11 A. m., 6 : 30 to 9 p. m.
Dairy Barn, Dairy Market Gar
den and Kennels, Daily and Sunday.
Trap and Pistol Grounds 9 a. m.
to 6 p. m.
Country Club 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Dept. Store 7 a. m. to 8 : 30 p. m.
General Office 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Telegraph 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Telephone All hours.
Library 2 to 5 p. m.
Below is a complete schedule of ar
riving and departing trains :
DAILY LEAVE PINEHURST
For South - . . . 6:30 A.M.
" High Point & Sou. Ry. . 9:15 A. M.
" North (S. A. L. Parlor Car) . 9:15 A.M.
" Carthage 9 :20 A. M.
" South (Local) - . . - 5 :55 P. M.
" Aberdeen .... 6.25 P. M.
" Carthage . - . ... 7:20 P.M.
" South (Florida Points) - 7:35 P. M.
" North (S. A. L. Sleeper) . . 10:00 P.M.
DAILY ARRIVE PINEHURST
From North (Sleeper) ... 7:15
" A. & A. Local .... 8:55
" Carthage .... 8:55
" Aberdeen (Local) . . 9:15
" Aberdeen (Florida Points) 10:07
" Carthage .... 5:30
" High Point & Sou. Ry. . 6:25
" Aberdeen & S. A. L. No. 41 7:15
" Aberdeen (8. A. L. Parlor car) 8:20
" Aberdeen (Florida Points) 10:15
Daily except Sunday.
The arrival and departure of mails
is given below :
From North - -' . . 7:30 a. m.
and South . - . 9:30 a. m-
" South 10:30 A.M.
" North, South and West . 6.30 p. m.
" " 7:20 p.m.
" " 8:20 p.m.
For All Points . . . . . 8:30 A.M.
" South . . . 5:30 and 7:00 p. m'.
" North . . . 8;3o P.M.
N. B. All registered mailjarrivesat 9:30 a. m.
and leaves at 6:00 p.m.
now being tested give promise of sue
Plymouth Cherokee roses, Photon
ias, cotton lavender are all worthy of
Persimmon Indian currant and fine
specimens of the red bud give distinction
Radcliffe Near this are fine Bootam
pines, a good memorial rose border and
plants of the deciduous Dentzia.
Sycamore There is not a sycamore
in sight, but a good red bay, dogwood,
and a dwarf Scotch broom are near the
Tremont Persimmon trees, winter
Jasmine, and a willow give this lot its
Waldheim Cherokee roses and a line
of tall white cedars between this cottage
and the General Office distinguish this
Walnut The Scotch broom and the
native dwarf cane are most noticeable
Mr. and Mrs. Tufts Even a large
house on a small lot and near the side
walk line can be given much privacy by
the judicious use of such narrow grow
ing trees as cedars. An attractive
white flowered Indian Azalea is here and
very good magnolias. In the roadside
shrubbery is the native yellow jasmine
Mrs. Peet On this place is the finest
group of yellow stemmed bamboos, sev
eral fine plants of the small leaved holly
(Ilex crenata) the large leaved privet,
the climbing Eleagnus of which the other
plant is on The Carolina grounds,the Chi
nese Abelia, the golden bell, Thornberg's
spiraca-wistaris, and a very vigorous
native hickory tree is on the lawn.
Mr. and Mrs. Spring The ground
cover of ivy and small leaved myrtle or
periwinkle about the building will so de
velop as to give this place distinction as
well as the formal shrub ramble in the
Mr. and Mrs. Blake Two pyramid
Chinese arbor vitaeas guard the entrance
walk, and in the roadside shrubbery is a
vigorous sweet chestnut tree.
Mr. and Mrs. Hurd This has been
recently replanted with the characteristic
shrubs of the Village, making it most
Mr. Frederick and Miss Bruce A
dainty,well ordered garden affording the
desired seclusion, yet at the same time a
delight to the passer-by.
Mr. and Mrs. Redfield Planned in
happy relation to the architectural char
acter of the bungalow, giving much the
same character that a frame does to a
Mrs. Sinclair A delightful illus
tration of the possibilities of an open
treatment, in perfect keeping with the
free, bold-lines of the building ; the last
three named suggestive . of future pos
sibilities along distinctive and formal
lines, which will contrast happily with
the informal plantations.
State Championship Pistol Shoot
A small but fast field is assured for
the annual United States Revolver Asso
ciation State Championship, March 19
FOR THE AMATEUR
Will Not Pit the Gun
TRY IT THE FIRST
CHANCE YOU GET
E. I. DUP0NT DE NEMOURS POWDER CO.
390 Commonwealth Avenue
One Hundred Yards West of Massachusetts
Avenue Car Lines
A Biatutflim? Huston ?$aitB
Opened in November
1909 With Every Modern Resource
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O. P. COSTELLO