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WEARS THE LONGEST
PUTTS THE TRUEST
AND STAYS WHITE
"QUEEN OF SEA ROUTES."
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New England Points
Through Tickets on Sale to and from Pinehurst
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E. C. Lohk, Agt., Norfolk, Va.
C. H. Maynakd, Agt. Boston, Mass.
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W. P. Turner, P. T. M., Baltimore, Md.
Royall & Borden
127 Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, N. C.
Leading Dealers in Furni
ture and House Furnishings.
Dobbin & Ferrall Co.. "iffifisr
Raleigh, W. C.
North Carolinas Largest and Leading
DRY GOODS STORE.
Dry Goods of All Kinds and Ready-to-Wear
Garments. The Best.
The Gorham Co.
IN. the finer grades of
there is but one standard
that which has been
established by The Gor
Gorham Silverware exem
plifies a certain elegance
of design and quality
which has never been
equalled by any other
maker, while the prices
are no greater than those
of far less meritorious
This Trade-mark Identifies every
piece of Gorham Silverware, which
may be procured from responsible
The Gorham Co.
FMNEY WOODS INN
The Leading Hotel of Southern Pines, N, C
CONSUMPTIVES RIGOROUSLY EXCLUDED
BOOKLET J. M. Robinson, Owner and Hanager
TWO HOURS RIPPING MUSIC
First of Season's Fox Hunts Provides
Fast Run But no Kill.
Crafty Reynard Double on Track of
a Brother Fox and Tbm
Elude the Hounds.
HE first fox hunt of the
season, a preliminary
working out run, was
morning under the lead
ership of Preserves
Manager G. Dan Morgan ; two hours of
ripping music resulting in a lost scent.
Starting on a cold track the pack
worked it out beautifully with eager
yelps and impatient whinings, bursting
forth with the glad strike cry at the
cose a short run and from that time to
son and Leslie C. Bruce of New York
LaFayette Lentz and W. O. Lentz
of Mauch Chunk, Benj. Thaw, Jr., of
Pittsburg, Mahlon Pitney of Mor
ristown, Charles A. Reed of Plain
field, A. W. Hayford of Boston, D. B.
Wesson of Springfield, C. M. Brett of
Brookline, H. J. E. Thomas of Balti
more and Julian Bishop of Bridgeport.
Tuesday bright and early, everybody
was afield, excellent bags ruling, Mr.
Thaw, who hunted with "Jack" Fan
ning bringing in eighteen birds, with
other scores nearly as good.
MEDAL PLAT FOURSOMES.
Combination Prove too Much for
Saturday's handicap match play four
somes against Bogey, atoned in. a large
measure for the Colonel's victory in the
recent medal play handicap, only one of
the eight teams failing to win, with W.
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the' somewhat sudden ending it was
"yell and go !"
First making a wide circle to the ridge
the fox returned to a swamp, gaining
headway by a double which it took the
dogs some time to unravel ; this trick re
peated several times. Then the crafty
fellow found the trail of a brother fox
and mixed things up good and plenty ; no
doubt reviewing the confusion with keen
satisfaction f rom a distant ridge.
In the hunt were Messrs. Julian T.
Bishop, Harry J. E. Thomas, Dr Myron
W. Marr and Mrs. Leonard Tufts.
Frequent hunts willbe held from now
on and regular schedule announced
Q.UAIX niSTOG PRIME.
Rain Produce Ideal Condition and
Sportsmen are Happy.
Mondav's rain has placed quail shoot
ing at its best and the sportsmen are
"making hay while the sun fchines,"
;the gioup including: Wilbur C. John-
F. Adams (16) andT. Ashley Sparks (15)
and A. I. Creamer (8) and E. A. Guth
rie (12) tied for first place, seven up.
Next in line came Benj. Thaw, Jr.,
(25) and T. D. Wilkerson (6) six up;
fl. 11. Mallinson (12) and T. J. Check
(16) third, five up; P T. Ackerson (12)
and J. P. Gardner (3) fourth, four up;
L. C. Cummings (10) and V. A. King
(12) and J. R. Goodall (10) and C. B.
Fay (8) third, two up; C. T. Parks (16)
and Dr. M. W. Marr (20), fourth, 1 up;
and H. VV. Ormsbee (12) and C. B. Hud
son (8) fifth, three down.
3uet of Mr. Water.
Mr. Spencer Waters of New York,
entertained informally at dinner at The
Holly Inn, Friday evening, in honor of
Mrs. C. S. Horton and her daughter,
Miss Harriet; other guests including
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tufts, Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert L. Jillson, Miss Lucy K.
Priest, Mr. W. C. Johnson, Mr. C. M.
Brett and Dr. Mjron W. Marr.