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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
YOU ARE INVITED TO VISIT
at 81st Street
1 he INew
A marked improvement in your
pulling at 'once. Just the Club
(or the last Southern green.
Upright and Medium
Send for One
Special Clubs and Bags from our own Bench
made to your order
INSTRUCTION IN THE ART OF EVERY SHOT
BY PROFESSIONAL GOLFERS
Telephone. 3633 Schuylet
Open Day end Evtnlng
THE funds for your jour
ney will be carried with
the greatest safety and con
venience, if you secure
from your banker before
In denominations of 10,
20, 50 and 100. dollars at
a cost of 50 cents for 100
15 William St., New York
CAUGHT 5 1 RATS ONE WEEK
Trap resets itself. 22 inches high. Will last
for years. Can't get out of order. Weighs 7
pounds. 12 rats caught one day. Cheese is
used, doing away with pokons. This trap does
its work, never fails ana is always ready for
the next rat. When rats or mice pass device
they die. Rats are disease carriers, also cause
fires. These Catchers should be in every school
building. Rat Catcher sent prepaid on receipt
of $3.00. Mouse Catcher 10 inches high, $1.00.
Money back if not satisfied.
H. D. SWARTS, Inventor and Manufacturer
Universal Rat and Mouse Traps
Box 566 Scranton, Pa.
TO ACQUIRE PROFICIENCY
In the "Swing" that makes your "Driving"
"in form," use the
Turner Practice Ball
The Hollow Rubber Ball which can be used any
place where there is room to swing a .club.
Price Three for $1.00
pail ivni in
611 Free Press Bid. DETROIT, MICH.
Exquisite Novelties from Many Lands
Laces, Embroideries, Jewelry
THE CAROLINA EXHIBITION BOOM
Concluded from page one)
Gillette, Wykagyl, 104; H. A. Waldron,
Agawam, 104; J. S. Hill, Hillanfield, 106;
C. F. Lacancaster, Woodland,-106.
Third division C. B. Hudson, North
Fork, 107; J. T. Newton, Tuxedo, 107;
T. A. Ashley, Woodland, 108; Spencer
Waters, Apawamis, 108; E. C. Jones,
Toronto, 108; G. W. Watts, Hillandale,
109; W. W. Clark, Eacebrook, 109; J. D.
C. Rumsey, Brooklyn, 110 ; .F. P. Lee,
Framingham, 111; W. C. Jones, Toronto,
111; S. W. Hover, Southern Pines, 111;
H. J. Frost, Glen Eidge, 112; R. R. Scott,
Iverness, 112; James Barber, Englewood,
112; W. H. White, Norfolk, 113.
Fourth division A. C. Penn, Plain-
field, 113; W. F. Smith, Brae Burn, 113;
R. A. Swigert, Palmetto, 113; H. F.
Rothschild, South Shore Field, 113; Matt
Grau, New York, 115; Max Hart, Dun-
woodie, 115; H. W. Goodman, Southern
Pines, 116; B. T. Whipple, Kansas City
Country, 117; S. L. Allen, Moorestown,
117; Hiram Green, Park Buffalo, 117;
S. G. Gibboney, Garden City, 118; W. A.
Sandford, Montreal, 120; G. F. Handel,
Glen Ridge, 120; Cameron Duncan, Fox
Hills, 121; Dr. L. W. Batten, Baltusrol,
Special consolation R. H. Jewett,
Skaneateles, 123; F. C. Wilson, Mont
clair, 124; J. T. Small, Toronto, 125;
D. N. Jewett, Skaneateles, 125; Dr. Loren
Johnson, Chevy Chase, 127; A. S. Koenig,
Glen Ridge, 132; R. C. Blancke, Mont
First division Philip V. G. Carter,
Nassau beat S. A. Hennessee, Southern
Pines, 5 and 3 ; J. H. Clapp, Chevy Chase,
beat C. H. MacDonald, Lambton, 7 and
6; W. A. Wilsn, Montreal, beat H. B.
Kennedy, Eacebrook, 5 and 3; S. Y.
Ramage, Wanango, beat W. E. Truesdell,
Fox Hills, 1 up; F. S. Danforth, North
Fork, beat R. S. Hawthorne, Wyantenuck,
6 and 4; E. T. Manson, Framingham,
beat J.F. Weller, St. Catherine's, 1 up,
20 holes; C.JU. Becker, Woodland, beat
C. W. Harmon, Wykagyl, 4 and 2; W. A.
Patterson, Siwanoy, beat T. A. Boyd, St.
Louis, 1 up.
Second division R. H. Bacon, Oak
land, beat Dr. G. C. Fahy, Racebrook,
6 and 5; R. C. Shannon, 2nd, Brackport,
beat J. D. Barnhill, Fox Hills, 7 and 6;
H. A. Waldron, Agawam, beat S. F.
Rothschild, South Shore. Field, 4 and 3;
Rev. T. A. Cheatham, Pinehurst, beat W.
S. Van Clief , Richmond County, 7 and 6 ;
W. T. Barr, Shelter Island, beat J. S.
Hill, Hillandale, 5 and 3; T. A. Kelley,
Southern Pines, beat C. R. Gillette, Wy
kagyl, 2 and 1; H. F. Lesh, Braeburn,
beat C. F. Lancaster, Woodland, 3 and 2;
H. C. Small, North Fork, beat W. W.
Peabody, Deal, 3 and 1.
Third division Spencer Waters, Apa
wamis beat E. G. Wheeler, Chevy Chase,
by default; E. A. Ashley, Woodland, beat
W. H. White, Norfolk, 7 and 6; F. P.
Lee, Framingham, beat R. R. Scott, Inver
ness, 6 and 5; C. B. Hudson, North Fork
beat E. C. Jones, Toronto, 4 and 3; J.
T. Neton, Tuxedo, beat W. C. Jones,
Toronto, 7 and 6; J. D. C. Rumsey, Brook
lyn, beat James Barber) Englewood, 4 and
3; W. W. Clark, Racebrook, beat S. W.
Hover, Southern Pines, by default; H. J.
Frost, Glen Ridge, beat G. W. Watts,
Hillandale, 4 and 2.
Fourth division H. F. Rothschild,
South Shore Field, beat Max Hart, Dun
woodie, 6 and 5; Matt Grau, New York,
beat A. C. Penn, Plainfield, 3 and 1;
Cameron Duncan, Fox Hills, beat Hiram
Green, Buffalo, 1 up, 19 holes; W. F.
Smith, Brae Burn, beat H. F. Hosley,
New York, 7 and 5; R. A. Swigert, Pal
metto, beat S. G. Gibboney, Garden City,
3 and 1; S. L. Allen, Moorestown, beat
L. W. Batten, Baltusrol, 8 and 6; H. W.
Goodman, Southern Pines, beat W. A.
Sanford, Montreal, 3 and 2; B. T. Whip
ple, Kansas City, beat G. F. Handel, Glen
Ridge, 2 up.
Special consolation R. C. Blancke,
Montreal, beat Dr. Loren Johnson, by de
fault; R. N. Jewett, Skaneateles, beat D.
W. Jewett, Skaneateles, 1 up ; J. F. Small,
Toronto, beat A. S. Koenig, Glen Ridge,
2 up ; F. C. Wilson, Montreal, drew a bye.
First division Philip Carter, Nassau,
beat J. H. Clapp, Chevy Chase, 5 and 4;
S. Y. Ramage Wanango, beat W. A. Wil
son, Montreal, 1 up ; E. T. Manson, Fram
ingham, beat F. S. Danforth, North Fork,
1 up; W. A. Patterson, Mt. Vernon, beat
C. L. Becker, Woodland 4 and 3.
Second division R. C. Shannon, 2d,
Brockport, beat R. H. Bacon, New York,
6 and 4; Rev. T. A. Cheatham, Pitts
burgh, beat H. A. Waldron, Agawam
Hunt, 5 and 4; T. A. Kelley, Southern
Pines, beat W. T. Barr, Shelter Island,
4 and 3; H. C. Small, Toronto, beat H.
S. Lesh, Brae Burn, 3 and 2.
Third division Spencer Waters, Apa
wamis, baet T. A. Ashley Woodland, 1
up; C. B. Hudson, North Fork, beat F.
P. Lee, Framingham, 3 and 2; J. D. C.
Rumsey, Brooklyn, beat J. T. Newton,
Tuxedo, 4 and 3 ; H. J. Frost, Glen Ridge,
beat W. W. Clark, Racebrook, 4 and 3.
Fourth division Matt Grau, New
York, beat H. F. Rothschild, South Shore
Field, 3 and 2; W. F. Smith, Brae Burn,
beat Cameron Ducan, Fox Hills, 2 and 1;
S. L. Allen, Moorestown, beat R. A. Swi
gert, Palmetto, 3 and 2; H. W. Goodman,
Southern Pines, beat B. T. Whipple, Kan
sas City, 5 and 4.
lOlO Tennl Tournament
January 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29
Sixth Annual Midwinter Tourna
ment. Women's singles, men's singles,
mixed doubles, men's doubles and wo
men's doubles for Midwinter sterling
cups. (Send to Pinehurst General Office
for special programs.) Challenge Cups
to be won three years before they can be
kept by any player, are also offered for
the third time this year for men 's and
February 16, 17, 18
Women's Singles for Washington's
Birthday sterling cups.
February 23, 24, 25
Men's Singles for February sterling
March 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
Pinehurst Championship, women's
singles and men 's singles for gold medals,
mixed doubles and men's doubles for
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WEYMOUTH HEIGHTS, Southern Pines, North Carolina
On the main line of the Seaboard Air Line, six
teen hours from New York. A residential com
munity, well located, with Southern exposure
and extensive view, clustered around the High
land Pines Inn. Ten minutes' walk from the
center of town; five minutes' walk from the
Three cottages are now for rent. They were
all designed by Mr. Aymar Embury II, of New
York, furnished by Woodville & Company, of
Philadelphia, and each has grounds of about
an acre and a garden laid out by Mr. Alfred!
B. Yeomans, the Landscape Architect.
They are supplied with electric light, steam
heat and telephone two are one story and con
tain two master's double-bed rooms and one
single-bed room and bath. They rent for $80O
a season. The third is two-storied, and has on
the first floor a reception hall, living room,
dining room, pantry and kitchen, and on the
second, three master's double-bed rooms and
two baths, a sewing room, and two servants'
bed rooms and bath. It rents for $900 a season.
The Golf Course (18 holes) has been im
proved under the direction of Mr. Donald Ross,
of Pinehurst. Mr. W. H. Potts, of Apawamis,
is the professional in charge. A new Club
House was completed last year altogether the
course is one of the best and most beautiful in
the middle South.
In addition, the four courses of Pinehurst
are six miles distant, over a good road. The
Inn maintains an auto 'bus for those wishing
to make the trip.
Good quail shooting is found nearby. Other
sports include tennis and motoring. Both fox
hunting and drag hunting are regular features,
and a liveryman from Virginia maintains a
good string of hunters for hire.
Information may be obtained from
Weymouth Estate, Southern Pines, N. O.
L'Ecluse & Washburn,
18 E. 34th Street, New York City
Page Bkos., Pinehurst, N. C.
e Maurige Joyce Engraving (b.
H.C.C. STILES, MGR. ' .
Evening Star B'lo'g. Washington, D.C.
Batchelder & Snyder Company
Packers, Poultry Dressers, Butter Makers
47, 49, 51, 53, 55, 57, 59, 61, 63 Blackstone St.
62, 64, 66, 68, 70, 72, 74, 76 North St.
PINEHURST STEAM LAUNDRY
First Class Work in All
Done with Neatness and Dispatch.
MYRON W. MARR, M. D.
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN FOR PINEHDRSI
Office at The Carolina
Hours: 10 to 11 a.m., or by appointment