THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
FLIES THE FURTHEST
WEARS THE LONGEST
PUTTS THE TRUEST
AND STAYS WHITE
"QUEEN OF SEA ROUTES."
Merchants & Miners Trans. CO.
Norfolk, Va. Boston, Mass.,
Providence, R, I,
Most Delightful Route To and From Ail
New England Points
Through Tickets on Sale to and from Pinehurst
SEND FOR BOOKLET.
E. C. Lohr, Agt., Norfolk, Va.
C. II. Maynard, Agt. Boston, Mass.
James Barry, Agt., Providence, It. I.
W. P. Turner, P. T. M., Baltimore, Md.
Royall & Borden
127 Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, N. G.
Leading Dealers in Furni
ture and House Furnishings.
Dobbin & Ferrall Co..
ltaleig;h, IV. C.
North Carolinas Largest and Leading
DRY COODS 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 q u a 1 i try
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
maybe procured from responsible
The Gorham Co.
FMNEY WOODS INN
The Lend,ne Hotel of Southern Pines, IN C
nrw jBONSUMPT,VES RIGOROUSLY EXCLUDED
BOOKLET J. M. Robinson, Owner and flanager
C. B. HUDSON THE WINNER
Leads Field with Low Card in First
of Tin Whistle Tourneys.
Inland Ineroll and C. II. Jlatthies
aenTiftfiM' Second and Balancn
of Field I Well Dunclivd.
1$. HUDSON of New
Suffolk. L. I., was the
winner of the opening
event in the season's
schedule arranged by
the Tin Whistles, play
ing with a handicap of ten and scoring
seventy-six net. In second place a tie
T. J. Check
F. A. Klug
W. L. Hurd
W. C. Johnson
P. L. Llghtbourn
Prof. John B. Mooro
L. C. Cummlngs
H. W. Ormsbee
W. E. Truesdell
E. B. Fay
II. G. White
J. E. Kellogg
J. D. C. Rurasey
J. S. Walker
"45 47 92 11 81
49 46 95 12 83
48 47 95 11 84
46 46 92 8 84
43 53 96 12 84
52 68 110 25 85.
48 48 96 11 85
50 47 97 11 8G
60 48 98 11 87
48 51 99 11 88
45 52 97 9 88
50 61 101 9 92
52 53 105 12 93
48 56 104 11 93
60 53 113 14 99
X HE MIDWINTER IfAHICAP.
Mr. JT. T. Skelly of II u Pont, Sajs a
111 8" Crowd Is Coming-.
Mr. J. T. Skelly, manager of the Du
Pont shotgun smokeless division, says a
big crowd is coming for the third annual
.; '4. i
"DOAN'T YOU-UKS WANT ER 'POSSUM FOtt YEK NKW TBAIl'S D1NNUII?"
resulted between Leland Ingersoll of
Cleveland, whose handicap was nine,
and C. H. Matthiessen of New York,
whose allowance was seven, at seventy
eight each; Mr. Ingersoll winning the
II. K. Mallinson of New York (10),
was third in eighty, T. J. Check of New
York (11), fourth in eighty-one, F. A.
King of Northboro (12), ttfth in eighty-
three, W. L. Kurd of Pittsburg (11), W.
C. Johnson of New York (8), and Philip
L. Lightbourn of Bermuda (12), tied for
sixth at eisrhtv-four and Prof. John
Bassett Moore of New York (25), and
Lincoln C. Cummings of Brookline (11),
tied for seventh at eighty-five.
THE SCORES BY ROUNDS:
Midwinter II uidicnp trap shooting tour
nament, booked for January 19, 20, 21
Mr. Skelly also intimates that he has
something k up his sleeve "in the way
of a special entertainment feature.
Old Friend at The Derkthlre.
Manager Abbe of The Uerkshire will
find it necessary to provide rooms for
many old friends in advance of. the
opening of the hotel on Saturday, Jan
uary fifteenth, so great is the demand
C. B. Hudson
C. II. Matthiessen
I II. R. Malliuson
44 42 86 10 76
44 41 85 7 78
43 44 87 9 78
42 48 90 10 80
Oueiti of Mr. and Mn. Metcalf.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Metcalf entertained
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. King and Miss Mary
Keller at dinner at The Inn on Christ