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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
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Published Every Saturday Morning, During
tbe Season, November May, at
Flnehurst, Moore County, North Carolina
(Founded by James W. Tufts)
Bditcd by Herbert Ij. Jlllton
BECKER'S MASTERPIECE
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One Dollar Annually, Five Cents a Copy
Foreign Subscriptions, Fifty Cents
Additional.
The Editor is always glad to consider contri
butions of descriptive articles, short stories
and narratives. Good photographs are espe
cially desired.
Editorial Rooms over the Department Store;
hours 9 to 5. In telephoning ask Central for
Mr. Jlllson's office.
Advertising rate folder and circulation state
vent on request.
Entered as second class matter at Post Office
at Flnehurst, North (Carolina.
, Saturday, February 1, 1913.
Departmental Office Hour
Pharmacy open 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. ;
Sunday, 9 to 11 A. m., 2 to 9 p. m.
Postoffice 7 : 30 a. m. to 9 p. m. ;
Sunday, 9 to 11 A. M., 6 : 30 to 9 P. m.
Dairy Barn, Dairy, Market Gar
den and Kennels, Daily and Sunday.
Trap, Eifle and Pistol Grounds
9 a. m. to 6 P. M.
Country Club 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Studio 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
Arts and Crafts 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Dept. Store 7 a. m. to 8 : 30 p. m.
General Office 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Telegraph 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Telephone: All hours.
Library 3 to 6 p. m.
Mall Schedule
ABRIVK PINEHURST
From North
" " and South - - .
" South
" North, South and West
9:00
9:30
10:30
6.30
A. M.
A. m:
A. M.
P. M.
7:20 P.M.
8:20 P.M.
LEAVE PINEHURST
For All Points 8:30 A.M.
" South - - . 5:30 and 7 :00 p.m.
" North - - - 8:00 p.m.
N. B. All registered mall arrives at 9:30 A. M.
and leaves at 6:00 p.m.
Train Schedule
Below is a complete schedule of ar
riving and departing trains :
DAILY LEAVE PINEHURST
7.50 A. M. conn, for S. A. L. No. 81 for South
8.80 A.M.
9.85 A. M.
8.22 P.M.
7.85 P.M.
10.00 P.M.
38
66
41
43
84
North
South
North
1.30 A
8.30 A
9.15 A
10.15 A
. 8.22 P
7.07 P
8.15 P
10.45 P
DAILY ARRIVE PINEHURST
M. conn, from S. A. L. No. 81 from North
M.
.M.
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M.
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CARTHAGE TRAINS
Leave Carthage for Pinehurst
ii ii
" Pinehurst for Carthage
from Asheboro, N.C
No. 38 from South
66 " "
from Asheboro.N.C.
No. 41 from North
ii 43 ii ii
84 " South
7.40 A. M.
5.35 P. M.
9.20 A. M,
7.10 P. m!
W. . Clark, II. C. Fownei and A. C. Aborn Divide Honors in Tin Whistle
Three Hall Handicap Match
" BECKER'S masterpiece " the annual three-ball match of the
Tin Whistles, has been most appropriately styled. The chances
are that if you want to know just what it is and just how the six
point system of scoring is carried out, you will either have to ask
"Beck" or possibly, "Henry". Briefly in the system of scor
ing six points are to be accounted for on each hole and a player
may score four, three, two, one or nothing in the following com
binations : If A beats B and C he gets four points. If If H beats
C he gets two and C nothing, f If B and C tie or halve they get
one each. T If A and B tie and beat C they get three each and C nothing, f If A,
B and C all tie they get two each, f Handicaps equalize the field and twenty-seven
qualify at medal play for match in nine divisions of three each which are drawn
by lot. IThe summary below tells the story and match play is shown in bracket
form to make the explanation more clear.
Ia the final match round of last week's competition, keen play gave Walter
G. Clark first, Henry C. Fownes, second and tied with A. C. Aborn who lost
the play-off. Twenty-seven players qualified and Robert Hunter won the gold
medal offered for the best net score with seventy-nine, his handicap five.
E. A. Johnston (11) was second in eighty and J. R. Towle (16) third in eighty-one.
MEDAL PLAT TWENTY-SEVEN TO QUALIFY
Robert Hunter
E. A. Johnston
J. R. Towle
O. L. Becker
H. W. Ormsbee
W. G. Clark
R. C. Shannon
C. B. Hudson
Rev. T. A. Cheatham 48
James Barber
Dr. M. W. Marr
A. C. Aborn
J. G. Nicholson
H. C. Fownes
J. D. C. Rumsey
MATCH PLAY HANDICAPS, THREE-FOURTHS
42 42 84 5 79 P. S. Maclaughlin 48 49 97 9 88
43 48 91 11 80 J. E. Kellogg 49 52 102 14 88
43 54 97 16 81 P. L. Lightbourn 46 53 99 11 88
41 47 88 5 83 F. B. Pottle 51 55 106 18 88
45 53 98 15 83 S.H.Patterson 50 54 104 14 90
46 48 94 11 83 W. C. Freeman 51 53 104 14 90
45 50 95 11 84 G. L. Lyon 50 58 108 18 90
49 48 97 12 85 W. E. Truesdell 49 49 98 8 90
48 52 100 14 86 T. J. Check 50 57 107 15 92
55 55 110 24 86 G. G. Worden 50 54 104 11 93
50 52 112 16 86 W. L. Hurd 55 56 111 18 93
49 50 99 12 87 C. Z. Eddy 58 55 113 18 95
44 54 98 11 87
46 46 92 5 87 N. B. Scores shown: out, in, gross,
49 52 102 14 88 handicap, net.
HOP. POINTS
12 Marr 31 )
8 Clark 46 Clark 43
8 Shannon 31 J
8Worden 35 )
18 Barber 38 Barber 27
14 Eddy 35 J
8 Nicholson 51 )
14 Hurd 17 Nicholson 38
14 Pottle 40 J
11 Ormsbee 27 )
11 Cheatham 39 I Truesdell 31
6 Truesdell 42 J
4 Hunter 50 )
9 Hudson 20 Hunter 36
11 Kellogg 38 J
12 Towle 27 )
8 Lightbourn 39 Aborn 41
9 Aborn 42 J
11 Patterson 36 "i '
4 Fownes 47 J- Fownes 41
14 Lyon 25 j
5 Becker 47 )
7 Maclaughlin 31 Becker 38
11 Freeman 30 J
8 Johnston 49
11 Check 36 Johnston 29
11 Rumsey 23 J ,
38 1st.
Aborn
35 3rd.
Fownes 35 2nd.
N. B. Won tie play off for gecond.
In a special thirty-six hole consolation medal play handicap for losers in the
first round of match play, Dr. Marr whose handicap was sixteen for each round,
won first with one hundred and sixty, and Mr. Patterson who deducted fourteen
strokes on each round, was second in one hundred and . sixty-two. f The prizes
were presented by James Barber and the Club. . ,
THE
Full Game Bag
J A TRIBUTE TO THE
RELIABILITY OP
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Sporting Powders
IF you have but a few days to de
vote to hunting, fill your car
tridge belt with shells loaded
with Dupont, Ballistite, or Schultze
Sporting Powder.
These powders give high velocity
and penetration to your shot mak
ing hunting pleasurable and
profitable.
All the leading ammunition com
panies load Du Pont Powders and
thereby endorse their efficiency.
It is best to avoid any risk of
losing game because the powder
loads are inferior to your aim and
opportunity.
Ask your dealer for shot shells
containing either brand of our de
pendable sporting powders and
start hunting properly equipped to
insure a full game bag.
Sporting Powder Booklets Free.
Write today.
Address Dept. 397
E. I. du Pont de Nemours
Powder Company
America's Pioneer Powder Makers
WILMINGTON DELAWARE
BERMUDA
Hamilton Hotel
Capacity 600
Enlarged and improved. Strictly High Class
VV. A. BARRON, Manager.
ALSO OF
Summer Resort Crawford House
WHITE MOUNTAINS, N. H.
The
National State and City Bank
of Richmond, Va., Invites you to open
an account. Capital and Surplus
One Million, Six Hundred Thousand
Dollars. . . .
Manicure, Shampooing, Chiropody
and Marcel Wave
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