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TEE PINEHUBST OUTLOOK
I AGE 12
High-Grade Line of Men's and Women's Golf Suits,
Shoes and Hosiery
Haberdashery - - Hats and Caps
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Patrons of Pinehurst are cordially invited to visit
(at the Carolina)
on CAMDEN HEIGHTS
CAMDEN. S. 0.
Decetnber .to May
A unique collection of Old English-Furniture,.
Glass, Old Prints,
China, Persian Rugs, etc., for sale.
Can be seen any afternoon from 2
to 5 at the house of Wm. Orr Gibb,
Lake view, N. C.
WOULD COME TO AMERICA
A number of leading golf profes
sionals of the younger class in Great
Britian are seeking clubs in the United
States, according to Fied Kennedy who
recently returned to America after
spending more than a year in England
and Scotland in connection with the
golf bail business. Mr. Kennedy has
a long list of names of British profes
sionals who asked him to aid them in
finding clubs in the United States.
Mr Kennedy reports that many of the
older British professionals who recently
toured the United States have advised
the younger players in Great Britian that
they can do better here than in their own
country and would "go out'' themselves
if they were younger. Harry Vardon is
among the veteran professionals who are
of this opinion. He was greatly im
pressed with, the progress made in Ameri
can golf and the opportunity here for
good instructors and players.
Among the British professionals who
would come here if they could obtain
berths are Arthur G. Havers of Blundell
Sands, rated asi the finest of the younger
British professionals; James Ockenden of
Raynes Park; Arthur Seymour of West
Essex; Oudrey Boomer of St. Cloud,
Paris; W. B. Smith, Layling Island;
A. Kay, Newcastle; Peter Robinson of
Braid Hills, Scottish open champion;
Fred Leach, Northwood; A. Holland,
Northampton, and E. R. Whltcomb, Came
This list includes only the better known
of the younger players in the professional
ranks. There are many others who desire
to locate in America. Salaries are higher
here than in Great Britian and there is
a larger earning capacity. Three pounds
would be considered a good weekly salary
in England. This does not comare with
the figures paid by large clubs in the
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fair it holds. That it is a good kind is
shown by the attendance, always bigger
earch succeeding year, and by the increas
ing interest apparent in the hog show,
the cattle show, the poultry exhibit, and
the effect these shows are having on the
But the influence of Pinehurst is wider
still, for the good roads of the Sandhills
and much of the good road work of the
state and of the whole South had its
origin in the village where good roads
were early seen to be a necessity. For
a time Moore county was as prominent
for its good roads as it had been for
other features, and ever since the first
good road was made in North Carolina
the Sandhills country has been easy to
get about in. The broad road that Mr.
Manning has laid down in his plans foi
the future of Pinehurst, Mid-Pines,
Knollwood and Southern Pines, had its
inception at Pinehurst. And the list of
helpful things done might be continued
through a long string. Pinehurst is more
than a place where winter visitors may
find entertainment and recreation.
"For Land's Sake"
If you WHnt the purest,
finest, richest, cleanest
GRASS SEED sow
CHARLIE ROSS' Selected
Sold direct to golf Clubs,
Estates and Individuals
Write now to
Ky's Lawn Seed Specialist
Francis Building Louisville. Ky.
"One pound or thousands"
CARS FOR RENT, with or without a driver
REPAIRS of every sort, by skilled mechanics
PARTS of all standard makes. Parts not actually in stock
can be secured from Raleigh or Charlotte in a few hours.
TIRES of all sizes always in stock
Pure Olive Oil
BOTTLED IN FRANCE
in Honest Bottles
. S. S. PIERCE CO.
Sole Agents for the United States and Canada
For sale by The Pinehurst Department Store
PINEHURST, II. C.
sell all kinds of
Farm and Orchard Supplies
Fertilizers and Feeds
Proximity to the Norfolk
Southern Railroad Tracks, and
our own private sidings, means
economical and efficient handling
of goods with a minimum cost,
which works to our customers'
Write, wire or Phone us when
we can be of service. That is
our excuse for being here.
Tennis, Base Ball and Foot Ball Players use
The Antiseptic Powder
to shake into the shoes,
because it takes the fric
tion from the shoe, fresh
ens the feet and makes
walking a delight.
Shake Allen's Foot-Ease
into your shoes before
going on the links and
notice the difference in
your comfort, which of
ten affects your score.
The Government sup
plied 1,500,000 lbs.of Pow
der for the Feet to the
troops during the war.
In a pinch, use Allen's
Foot-Ease. At dealers
Ask for ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE