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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
NEW BOOKS FOR LIBRARY
(Continued from page 1)
The White Si iter F. M. Crawford
Stradella F.M. Cradvvfor
Henry in Search of a Wife
A. Courlander
Pride of the Graftons Priscilla Craven
Diamonds Cut Paste
Agnes and Egerton Castle
Men of the Mountains S. R. Crockett
Peter Homunculus Gilbert Cannan
It Never Can Happen Again
William De Morgan
Seven Streams ' Warwick Deeping
Love's Privilege Stella M. During
The Magnate 11. Elson
Jason Justus Miles Forman
The Diamond Master Jacques Futrelle
Salvator Percival Gibbon
Veronica Playfair
Maud Wilder Goodwin
The Foreigner "Ralph Connor'
Man in the Tower Rupert S. Holland
The Chariots of the Lord
i Joseph Hocking
Open Country Maurice Hewlett
As It Happened Ashton Hilliers
Margarita's Soul Ingraham Lovell
Sailors' Knots W. W. Jacobs
Introducing Corinna Winifred Kirkland
Diana Dethroned W. M. Letts
The Prince's Pranks Charles Lewis
The Long Gallery Eva Lathbury
Little Sister Snow "Frances Little"
KezAah Coffin Joseph C. Lincoln
The Woman and the Sword
Rupert Lorraine
The Severed Mantle William Lindsey
Katrine Elinor Macartney Lane
The Goose Girl Harold Macgrath
A Gentle Knight of Old Brandenburg
Charles Major
Truxton King George Barr McCutcheon
The Isle of Dead Ships
Crittenden Marriott
The Black Flier Edith Mac vane
Anne of Avonlea L. M. Montgomery
Through the Wall Cleveland Moffett
The Misadventures of Marjory
James Ball Nay lor
The Lords of High Decision
Meredith Nicholson
Daphne of Fitzroy St. "E. Neibit"
The Toll of the Sea Roy Norton
The Governors E. P. Oppenheim
Jeanne of the Marshes
E. P. Oppenheim
Antonio Ernest Oldmeadow
The Nest of the Sparrowhawk
Baroness Orczy
John Marvel T. N. Page
The Kingdom of Earth
Anthony Partridge
The Distributors Anthony Partridge
My Lady of the South Randall Parrish
True Tilda A. T. Quiller-Couch
Old Rose and Silver Myrtle Reed
The Beggar in the Heart Edith Rickert
Zandrie Marion Edwards Richards
The Florentine Frame Elizabeth Robins
A Lady of King Arthur's Court .
Sara Hawks Stirling
A Girl of the Limberlost
Gene Stratton-Porter
Priscilla of The Good Intent .
. , Ilalliwell Sutcliffe
A Castle of Dreams Netta Syrett
The Way Things Happen
Hugh de Selincourt
Araminta J. C. Snaith
The City of Beautiful Nonsense
E. Temple Thurston
Peggy's Daughter Katharine Tynan
The Pool of Flame Louis Joseph Vance
The Calling of Dan Matthews
Harold Bell Wright
The Clue Carolyn Wells
Great Possessions Mrs. Wilfrid Ward
The Castle by the Sea
II. B. Marriott Watson
Set in Silver
C N. and A. M. Williamson
The Castle of the Shadows
Mrs. C. N. Williamson
The Land of Long Ago
Eliza Calvert Hall
Actions and Reactions Rudyard Kipling
The Paladin II. A. Vachell
A Certain Rich Man
William Allen White
The Island of Regeneration
Cyrus T. Brady
MISCELLANEOUS
Exits and Entrances
Charles Warren Stoddard
Rome Edward Hutton
Seekers in Sicily
Elizabeth Bisland andAnne Hoyt
Wild Pastures Winthrop Packard
A Wanderer in Paris E. V. Lucas
The Old Town Jacob A. Riis
Charles Dickens and His Friends
W. Teignmouth Shore
Romantic Germany
Robert Havens Schauffler
The King's Homeland
JUVENILE
The House of Arden "E. Nesbit"
A Boy's Ride Gulielma Zollinger
John of the Woods
Abbie Farwell Brown
The Silver Canoe
Henry Gardner Hunting
Sir Toady Crusoe S. R. Crockett
Fairy Tales from Folklore
Dick and Dolly Carolyn Wells
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a. DAN MORGAN.
Id the h andllng of both fox hounds and bird
dogs Manager Morgan is equally adept.
WILLIE ANDERSON TELLS ABOUT HIS GREAT RECORD-BREAKING VICTORY
'WITH A
HASKELL WHITE STREAK GOLF BALL
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Time and Again in tbls Match the Perfectly Balanced Qualities of the " Whlti
Streak" Overcame Adverse Condition! and Flew, True to the Mark.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 1, 1909.
The B. F. Goodrich Co., Akron, Ohio.,
r Gentlemen :..
It will undoubtedly please you to know that at the West
ern Open Championship held at Skokie Country Club, Sep
tember 16th and 17th, 1909, 1 won first money with the record
score of 288, an average of 4's for 72 holes. This breaks
all former records for medal play, and was made on a course
that I consider as difficult as any in the country.
I used your White Streak golf ball throughout the tourna
ment, and I can truthfully say throughout my whole experi
ence I never used a better ball. The ball flew perfectly in the
strong wind which lasted through the tournament, and on
the greens it was simply perfect. I never played my mashie
with better success in my life, and I attribute it to the pebble
marking on the Streak, which in my estimation, is far superior
to any other style of marking.
Although I hit a ball as far as the next person, I did not
have a single ball crack on me during the tournament. I
might also add that the Streak has had a big boost here at St.
Louis, due to my victory, and I have sold a large number of
balls, but as yet I have not had to replace one.
Trusting your ball will have a big run next year, I remain
Tours very truly,
(Signed) Willie Anderson.
THE BEST AID
TO A HIGH SCORE
THE SMITH & WESSON
Single Shot Target Pistol
The S. & 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
.3516146.
Tills monogram appear
on all genuine Smith &
WeKoni.
FOR SALE by the PINEHURST GENERAL STORE
or
SMITH & WESSON
Stockbridge Street, Springfield, Mass.
SCOTCH COLLIES and
COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES
We Have the Goods. Satisfaction Guaran
teed. Imported Cralgmore Curate at Stud,
Fee, $ 15.00. One of the Best Bred Dogs In
America, Stud Fee, $20.00.
MAPLEIIURST KENNELS, McKean, Pa.
The Magnolia.
PINEHURST, N. C.
Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Excellent Table.
J. L. POTTLE
SOUTHERN FINES HOTEL,
Southern fines, W. C.
Under new management. Electric lights.
Steam heat and call bells In all rooms. Golf,
tennis and croquet. First-class table and service
by white girls from the North. For rates, etc.,
address
J. L. POTTLE & SON.
THE LEXINGTON
PINEHURST, N. C.
Pleasant location, Hot and Cold Baths,
Electric Light, Steam Heat.
Mrs. E. C. Bliss.
Christmas Novelties
IN ORIENTAL NEEDLEWORK
AT HOLLY INN EXHIBITION ROOM
DR. ERNEST W. BUSH
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN.
Southern Pines, N. C. 'Phone Connections
P A S S I P B R N
Lincolnton, IV. G.
A Home School for a Limited Number of Girls. Individ
ual Care and Attention. Superior Musical Advantages.
PRINCIPAL,' MISS KATE C. SHIPP (Diploma, Cambridge University, England).
    

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