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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
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A Bold Original Creation
.For The Seashore
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It expresses the spirit of America at play
amid the spaciousness of green ocean, blue
sky and radiant sunshine.
THE LARGEST FIREPROOF RESORT
HOTEL IN THE WORLD
Submarine Grill Restaurant Traymore
D. 8. White, Pres't. J. W. Mott, Mgr.
Adjustable Hole-Rim or Gup
For Putting Greens
Seamless Pressed Steel, Galvanized.
Thin and stiff. Holds its shape. No mud
on ball. No water in Cup. Lip of Cup
accurately adjusted up or down, relative
to surface, without removing Cup. No
sharp Marker-Rods, or Bamboo Spikes.
Booklet upon request
Sample sent to any Golf Club In the U. S.
without any charge whatever for
80 days trial in the ground
THE FUTTING GREEN, 1517 H. St. N. W Washington, D. C.
THE GOLF SHOP, 75 East Monroa St., Chicago, III.
ARTHUR L. J0HNS01 CO.. 180 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass
The Dewey Hotel, Zltll
The most comfortable and homelike hotel for
tourists in the Capitol. American and Euro-'
pean Plan. Send for booklet with map of
Washington. Reference Mr. H. W." Priest.
G. Q. PATTEE, Proprietor
Receive infinite care in their manu
facture, from the selection of
materials down to the last finishing
touch. Awarded Grand Prize,
Panama Exposition. Ask your
dealer or pro. to show you
Burke Grand Prize
Woods and Irons
If he is not supplied write us and
we will tell you where you can see
them. In any event write for
Catalog and Golfers' Guide.
The Shaft is 90 per cent,
of the Club Burke Shafts
are the World's Standard.
The Burke Golf Co.
66 Manning St., Newark, Ohio
Published Every Saturday Morning, During
the Season, November May, at
Pinehurst, North Carolina
Conducted by Ralph IV. Pagre
Edwin A. Denham, Business Manager
11 West 32d Street. New York
One Dollar Annually, Five Cents a Copy
Foreign Subscriptions, Fifty Cents
The Editor is always glad to consider contribu
tions. Good photographs are especially desired.
Editorial Rooms over the Department Store.
Hours 9 to 5. In telephoning ask central for
Advertising rate card and circulation state
ment on request.
Entered as second class matter at Post Office
at Pinehurst, Moore County, North Carolina.
Saturday, April , 1910
At the Pinehurst Chapel:
Holy Communion 9.30 A. M.
Children's Services 10.00 a.m.
Morning Service and Sermon 11.00 A. M.
Night Service at the Com
munity House at 8.00 p. m.
Early Mass 6.15 A. M.
Second Mass (when visiting
Priest is in Pinehurst. . . 8.00 A. M.
Arrive 8.00 a. m.
8.30 A. m.
7.00 P. m.
8.30 P. m.
Leaves 7.00 a. m.
8.30 A. m.
6.00 p. m.
8.00 P. m.
Leave 9.40 a. m.
9.00 p. m.
Due 8.05 a. m.
8.30 P. m.
Leave 7.10 a. m.
7.35 p. m.
Due 10.30 a. M.
9.45 p. m.
Old Southern Cooking-
There is a legend among naturalists
that when some friend walking in the
neighborhood of Walden Pond with Tho-
reau asked him where one might find
arrowheads of aborigines, that he replied
picked one up.
It is so with most things we seek. It
is so with treasures the pine stumps
desecrating the landscape are worth more
per ton than the average gold bearing
quartz; it is so with Eomance probably
the greatest beauty and the most dynamic
heroine in the universe sits at the table
next to you, dying for adventure; I know
it is so with regard to old Southern cook
ing. . We found it out Sunday.
Riding over the ridges and in the by
ways about the village, most any day one
can hear a fellow like Thoreau's friend
saying "Where is the home-smoked ham
and the country sausage? Who gave the
South a reputation for fried chicken,
sorghum and lye hominy; who makes the
beaten biscuit and the waffles, the persim
mon beer; show me the yams baked in
the ashes, and the 'possum turning on the
spit. It is not here, in this chaperal.
Wrong again. That's exactly where it
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is. Hivery uem oi it. nere camo iu
the village last week one of those great
captains, sons of Carolinas, of which there
are so many one of the legion that left
the old homestead and the cross creeks, the
plank road and the plantation in the days
just after Sherman's raid, and who have
turned up since in the councils of kings
and governments, in the lead of armies
and in the meetings of the mightiest
His first call was for a table such as
Tyson used to set on the hill at Carthage
fifty years ago. Someone said the ancient
hospitable and abundant spread was a
memory, a lost art; others that it was an
invention, or a secret confined to novelists
of the Richmond school, and the illus
trated pamphlet artist. But at this stage
of the game another suggested he try
"Uncle Dune," in the grove at Jackson
If one third of those that read this
were to understand what we found at
Uncle Dune's, it would no longer be
Uncle Dune's. It would be the scene of
a mob and in its pristine beauty and
simplicity would vanish down the road
taken by famous "Bohemian" restau
rants. Once popular they are no longer
Bohemian. Once overrun, and Aunt Mat
tie could no longer preside over a board
as bountiful and hospitable as ever
adorned the pages of a Civil War romance:
It was Sunday dinner, served at noon,
as of old. The menu was not only rich
and varied, it was all the more remark
able in that everything on the table was
a product of the place, and of a process
of preparation and culinary art a hundred
years old, with the single exception of
Maybe those fond of believing that our
country kindred of the fifties fared
better than we do now, even with the
wealth of the Indies and a cordon of
French chefs, will pardon a little reca
pitulation of this extraordinary meal.
There was firied chicken, the original
article, in unlimited quantities; home
made sausage and fresh ham, flanked
with more kinds of jelly and preserves
than I have names for; yams whole and
yams sliced; corn bread made of water
ground meal, and sorghum syrup light
bread and plantation biscuits; lye hom
iny, a delicacy of a bygone era, and tur
nip greens, a dish whose maligners are
either ignorant or malicious. Buttermilk
comes at this fountain not by the glass,
but by the gallon, and sweet milk and
cream are second only to that found in
If this repast leaves anyone stout
enough to proceed the sideboard is laden
with layer cakes and pastry of dire pro
portions, and in numbers to insure defeat
of any hunger ' ever seen.
Mr. W. W. Fuller took Miss Caroline
and Lady Fuller, Miss Staples and Miss
Madden of Ossining and Mr. Henry Holt
Jr., to investigate this story, and have
reported all as here recorded. This un
bounded and refreshing hospitality will
be shared at small expense on short
notice by Mrs. Duncan Johnson, of
Send the Ptnehurst Outlook to your
friends. It will save lettter writing.
" Glad to see you
I've a place in my
YOU'LL find the ''glad
hand" and a spirit of
good fellowship wait
ing for you on your arrival
Of the Gun Clubs
scattered over the country.
Trapshooting is the national gun
fest, a sport that appeals to men
and has the approval of women.
The flight of the clays makes
sport for the vacation days. Go
to the shooting club where you
can have fun with your gun.
ASK FOR BOOKLETS," THE
SPORT ALLURING" (FOR MEN)
AND "DIANA OF THE TRAPS"
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Hot Spring's, N. C.
Open all the Year
"In accessibility of location; in absolute
freedom from dampness and fogs; in the per
fect purity of its health-giving atmosphere, and
the beauty and grandeur of its surroundings,
the North Carolina Hot Springs stand pre-,
eminent among health and pleasure resorts
Golf Tennis Open Swimming Pool
Mountain Trails Horseback Biding.
The waters of these springs have been found
to be practically a specific in the cure of rheu
matism, gout, rheumatic gout, kidney trouble,
and all kindred ailments. Testimonials on
Under Entire New Management.
For information and reservations write or wire
FRED J. FULLER, Manager,
Mountain Park Hotel, Hot Springs, N. O.