THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
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PAR HOLT HMU
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On Sale at the Country Club House, Pinehurst.
THE REPUBLIC RUBBER COMPANY, Mfrs.,
The Golf Scorer
Latest 1907 Model Is a Perfect
The most appropriate prize for
Tournaments, mounted in Nickel,
Sterling Silver, Filled Gold, and
solid 14-karat Gold.
IND1SPENSIBLE FOR HANDICAPPING.
Elegant and Useful as a Gift.
On sale at The Carolina and
the Country Club House, Pinehurst.
The Scorer Company,
Richmond, 7c.f U, S. A,
ASHEYILLE, - N. G.
An Exclusive Inn for a
Year or a Day.
The Manor affords accommodations of the
most attractive kind to visitors wishing a
unique and comfortable stopping-place in the
mountains of Western North Carolina.
t The climate is fine the year round, and espe
cially in spring and fall, when the exhilarating
air adds enjoyment to the golf, driving, riding
and indoor games.
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Albemarle Park Company, Ashevllle, If. C.
December 1st, Tie kirkwood
7 On Camden Heights,
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T. EDMMD KltlTMIlIIOIiZ,
Camden, South Carolina.
THE SADDLE PICNICKERS
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small stream to cross and a short climb
up a rough road to a native home. Two
dogs rush forward, their furious barking
mingling with the cries of children, and
dying away behind as the party moves
Down a rough path to a rustic bridge,
the road leads, through a bit of open, and,
suddenly, enters a beautiful grove of
pines, the rich green foliage a refresh
ing note of color to the eye. Through
the arches the party swings, past a de
serted house, and on into a magnificent
grove of hardwood and pine, close by a
running stream of pure water, where a
halt is called.
Riders dismount, carriages are quickly
vacated and presently the horses are
scattered among the trees, contentedly
munching sedge grass or playfully test-
eggs, such relishes, such fruit! The
coffee? Nectar brewed by the Gods!
Long the company lingers, and as the
men enjoy their pipes and cigars and the
women chat, comes the consciousness of
cool air and warm sunshine and ever and
always there is the murmer of the forest
sweet music ; distant, tender, soothing.
With not a thing to really do every
moment is occupied until shadows
lengthen and the party is homeward
Day is no more and Nature sings its
requiem ; soft, plaintive, sad. The sun is
a ball of fire on the horizon and crimson
clouds bathe the earth in glory. There is
Mystery in the Lowlands and Silence on
the Hills !
A perfect day is at an end.
Christmas liny Hall Game.
The week has added several new can
didates to the base ball team possibilities
who will be "worked out" in the Christ-
1905 BOWLING LEAGUE CHAMPIONS.
Reading left to right Ellis, Baxter, Stillings, Robinson, Ward.
ing the strength of their halters, with the
picnickers scattered and their merry
laughter echoing and re-echoing through
the forest. Someone is sketching here
or taking a photograph there, while
others seek birds, flowers or minerals.
One party is testing the speed of an un
gainly razor back and another examining
an old fishway in the brook.
The noon hour arrives speedily and
without the aid of a watch. The crowd
reassembles, watching with eager inter
est the camp fire and the simmering of
the coffee pot. My ! How ravishing the
odor is ! Upon the pine needles the feast
is spread and the opening of each package
comes as a delicious surprise. First of
all the sandwiches of many kinds, with
a bottle of olives and one of gherkins,
then a box of hard boiled eggs, with
pepper and salt ; one of oranges, apples
and grapes ; another of cookies, crackers
Were there ever such sandwiches, such
mas afternoon game between the Oysters
and Clams, adding considerably to the
interest of the. game.
The new ball diamond, at the west of
The Holly Inn, has been put in excellent
shape during the week, and it is needless
to say that the Clams will battle hard to
regain lost honors.
They Meet at The Inn In Conference
With freight Men.
The executive committee of the North
Carolina Cotton Manufacturers Associa
tion spent a portion of the week here in
conference with the managers of the
freight managers of the Associated Rail
ways of Virginia and the Carolinas.
The company was a large and merry
one, but the business was of a strictly