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'5 ft--PflTHE PINEHURST OUTLOOK fS$M yWfi
J. W. VATSON AND JUDGE STEELE
GET THE BETTER OF BOGEY AND THE TIN WHISTLES
Number Three Course Takes a Fall Out of the
FOUR up on Bogey,
two better than
William T. Barr, his
could negotiate, and
I incidentally both the
best gross and net
card of the day was the record of
J. W. Watson in this week's Tin
Whistle golf match. Thirty mem
bers of the ancient club were on
hand Monday afternoon for the
event, celebrating Christmas by
matching their skill against
Bogey in two classes.
Judge Sanford H. Steele in his
first contest of the year led the
J. W. Watson, Merion Cricket
William T. Barr, Shelter Island
Rev. T. A. Cheatham, Pittsburgh
C. L. Becker, Woodland
R. C. Shannon, II, Brockport
C. S. McDonald, Lambton
J. M. Thompson, Springhaven
T. A. Kelley, Southern Pines
W. E. Truesdell, Fox Hills
G. W. Statzell, Aronimink
F, S, Danforth, North Fork
Dr. J. S. Brown, Philadelphia
W. G. Clark, Wollaston
G. M. Howard, Halifax
second, class home all even with
the bogey score, with Jay Hall of
Lansing, second, one down.
It was the first time this season
that the veterans had massed
against the Number Three Course
and Donald Ross' ramparts . and
the defence devised during the
Summer told on the scores. Many
an old hand who is accustomed to
life in the eighties and to break
into the seventy class with the
champions in the North and South
were handing in hard earned
cards over the ninety mark, and
plotting- vengence on both the
course and the grinning bogey in
C. B. Hudson, North Fork
:S. H. Steele, Oakland 55
J. V. Hall, Lansing 50
J. R. Bowker, Woodland 49
J. R. Goodall, Be'llerieve 50
H. S. Houston, Mt. Tom 66
W. A. Sanford, Montclair 55
F. G. A. Fayen, Montclair 57
J. D. C. Rumsey, Brooklyn 53-
H. W. Ormsbee, South Shore 51
Com. J. T. Newton, Tuxedo 55
F. C. Abbe, Bethlehem 67
G. A. Magoon, Oakmont 59
M. H. Ormsbee, South Shore 62
John Bassett Moore, New York 65
J. M. Robinson, Harbor Beach 60
42 88 12 76 4 up
47 94 15 79 2 up
44 89 9 80 1 up
46 91 9 82 1 up
47 90 9 81 1 up
45 93 10 83 1 up
X X 8 X Qeven
51 91 8 83 1 down
50 92 7 85 1 down
50 96 14 82 1 down
47 91 7 84 2 down
49 101 12 89 2 down
47 95 11 86 3 down
47 96 8 88 4 down
50 97 8 89 8 down
55 110 24 86 even
56 106 16 90 1 down
52 101 16 85 2 down
50100 18 82 2 down
58124 36 88 3 down
56 111 24 87 5 down
65122 28 94 6 down
57 110 18 92 7 down
49100 18 82 7 down
58 113 24 89 7 down
58125 24101 8 down
58 117 20 97 8 down
55117 22 95 9 down
59 124 24100 10 down
63123 25 98 12 down
Eastern North Carolina Farms
MEAN BIG YIELDS AT LOW COST
THINK OP IT I 100 bushel yields of Corn per acre; 125 barrel yields of Irish Potatoes;
1 to 2 bales of Cotton; 1200 pounds of bright Tobacco; 80 bushels of Peanuts; also suited
to Fruits, early truck, Cattle and Hog raising. Lands, $12 per acre, and up. Two crops per
year; excellent climate; good neighbors; no better Railroad facilities anywhere; putting one
within 36 hours of the great Eastern Markets.
Our booklet, "Corn, Cotton and Cattle," tells all about this "Land of Opportunity."
Also List of Farms and other descriptive literature free.
Write W. T. KYZER, Agricultural Agent, NOROLK SOUTERN R. R.
204 Union Terminal Building, Norfolk, Va.
tlbe IRew Jefferson Unn
SOUTHERN FINES, N. C.
A Modern Family Hotel, recently enlarged. Rooms arranged Singly or En Suite,
with Bath. Open from November to May.
No consumptives received. Write for Booklet.
J. S. REYNOLDS, Proprietor
Southern Pines Hotel
A Modern- Family Hotel.
on suite, with bath.
Rooms sinela and
Whitfl RArrinn. All
modern conveniences, including hot and
cold water in every room.
Season: NOV. tO May 15 Reasonable Rates
Near the GOLF COURSE and COUNTRY CLUB
Southern Pines Hotel D. F McADAMS CO., So. Plnei, N. C.
Apply for Illustrated Booklet
Bank of Pinehurst
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES TO LET
CHECKING AND SAVING ACCOUNTS
4 PE& CENT. INTEREST
J. R. McQUEEN, President F. W. VON CANON, Cashier
A. S. NEWCOMB
Real Estate and Insurance
r ' . r ' '? i Ktf V
Two Hundred Rooms
The test place to stop between Richmond
We invite you io inspect the best Grocery Store
in the Sandhills
Cottage Colony Orders Solicited
Frequent Deliveries in Pinehurst and
Southern Pines '
Phone 6-2 Aberdeen
P. and J. Grocery
THE SANITARY STORE
H. A. PAGE, JR. H. A. JACKMAN
Aberdeen, N. C.
Raleigh's leading and Largest Hotel
European Plan. Cafe one of the best In the
South. Rooms without bath $1.00 and up.
Rooms with bath $1.50 and up.
B. H. GRIFFIN HOTEL CO., Props.
Exquisite Novelties from Many Lands
Sweaters, Waists, Japanese Kimonos
THE CAROLINA EXHIBITION ROOM
This Season's Addition to Southern Pines'
ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES
For rates and specific information address
POWELL & BASSETT, Managers
OAK COURT HOTEL
LAKEWOOD, N. J.
The hotel with a welcome and a homelike
atmosphere. All outdoor amusements. Music
Open October to May
E. E. SPANGENHERG, Manager
of Perkins' Horn
heard every morning in Pinehurst
announces the arrival of the best bread
baked in North Carolina
PERKINS' BAKERY, M5C.""ES
Phone: 26 Southern Pines
PINE TOP LODGE and KENNELS plViUFF-
on main line of Seaboard Rail
way, seven miles from Pinehurst
Fine Quail Shooting:
Comfortable Accommodations for Sportsmen
and their wives. All modern conveniences.
Headquarters of MIDWINTER CANOEING CLUB
C. & L. P. BLOW
When in North Carolina visit
at ROCKINGHAM, N. C. Forty Miles trim Pinehurst
Fine motoring roads connect Rockingham with
Pinehurst and neighboring . resorts. Excep
tional facilities for Hunting and Fishing.
Proprietor: A. G. CORPENING
Tailor and Dress Maker
Riding Habits and Sporting Apparel
French Dry Cleaning
Pennsylvania Ave., Southern Pines, N; C.
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