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m.- , I0NE HUNDRED FIFTY-SEVEN
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Jot so the REMINGTON .22 Re-
Deater. Hammerless. Solid Breech, built
to exactly the same hieh standard of -cmalitv
as the big game REMINGTON Repeaters, this
rifle is a man's rifle, and for the boy who has the
making of a man. No rifle to compare with it
for target shooting, for crows, hawks, squirrels and
other small game of the keener sort.
Whether you are shooting in the field or at the
target, never forget that UMC .22 cartridges are
essential to the surest results. Straight shooting,
hard hitting, sure fire. UMC .22
short, .22 long and .22 long rifle cart
ridges can be depended upon to be
as perfect as any ammunition of any
Targets Sent Free.
The Union Metallic Cartridge Company,
The Remington Arms Company,
Agency: 299 Broadway, New York City.
Sold at PINEHURST
KSTABLISIIEO IMPORTERS AND GROCERS WKAMD 1894
BOSTON c -e,oKtiNK
Treniont and Beacon Sts.
COMPLETE LINE OF
Drugs, Sundries, Toilet Articles, Confections,
Stationery, Cigars, Etc.,
Pre8Crlpt!on8'CompouRded by a Registered Pharmacist
General Store Building
Dairy and Market Garden
Supplying the Entire Village in their
Village Guests are Cordially Invited
to Visit These Modern Plants..
Address Correspondence to
PINEIIUllST OEiVER.iL OFFX CE
ONE HUNDRED and
fifty-seven players par
ticipated in the qualifi
cation round of the
seventh annual St. Val
entine's Golf tournament
Tuesday, eight divisions
making the match play
rounds which are in
Play was on number two course, a
quartette of fast scores its feature ; seventy-three
for Walter J. Travis of Gar
den City, seventy-seven for I. S. Robe
son of Oak Hill, seventy-eight for Henry
C. Fownes of Oakmont, and seventy-
Seventyone and Seventy-two' Card
for noun and Travis
A fast four-ball match between Pro
fessional Donald J. Ross and Irving S.
Robeson, Walter J.Travis and George II.
Crocker, occupied the attention of a big
golf gallery, early in the week, Ross
and Robeson winning four up and three
to play. Brilliant play by Travis and
Ross soon became the feature of the con
test, a seventy one and a seventy-two
resulting. The cards :
6 3 5
4 3 4
5 3 5
4 2 5
Robeson's card of seventy-nine brought
him in as a winner on not less than three
holes, but Mr. Crocker was not in
form and scored eighty-two.
llridg-ers Winn February Cup
In Saturday's final of Men's Tennis
singles for the February cups, II. E.
Avery of Detroit, defaulted to Henry C.
Bridgers of Tarboro, N. C. In the semi-
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"THE LAST PUTT"
nine for George H. Crocker of Brookline.
The cards :
OUT 5 4 4 4 4 3 5 4 336
lN-4 4 5 4 5 3 4 3 53773
OUT 8 4 4 4 5 3 5 3 339
lN-4 4 4 5 6 3 5 3 43877
OUT 5 4 4 4 6 3 5 3 336
IN 6 4 6 5 5 4 6 3 44278
OUT 5 6 5 4 5 5 5 3 341
IN 4 4 6 4 5 3 4 4 43879
The full story of the tournament will
be printed next week.
Many Enjoy Quail Shooting-
The quail hunters are making the
most of closing days of the shooting
season, among the most successful Mr.
E. G. Chandlee of Philadelphia, whose
dogs haye averaged a dozen daily with a
few woodcock, doves, and rabbits.
Irving S. Robeson of Rochester, for
sakes the golf links now and then for a
day's shooting and Charles Riordon of
Boston and R. G. Jones of Toronto, are
often in the covers.
J. D. Foot of Rye and J. V. Hall of
Pittsburg, are among those who bring
their own dogs.
final Bridgers won from F. T. O'Brien
of Chicago, 6 1, 7 5, and Avery from
W. R. J. Planten of Brooklyn, 62,
57, 63. In the second round Brid
gers defeated Capt. R. B. Parrott of
Chicago, 60, 60 ; Avery, E. B. Aymar
of New York, 63, 36, 64 ; Planten,
A. G. Miles of New York, 60, 61 ;
and O'Brien, R. C. King of New Canaan,
Ct., 64, 60.
Mr. Aymar Wins Trap Shooting:
E. B. Aymar of New York, with an al
lowance of fifty, led in the weekly hundred-target
trap shooting tourney, scor
ing one hundred three net. John B.
Langmin of Niagara Falls, whose al
lowance was twenty-five, was second in
ninty-six. Charles II. Lay of Oil City
(20), and E. R. Jackson of New York
(25), made ninety-two each, and W. W.
Peabody of New York (15), ninety-one.
In Teddy's Snappy Style
A pocket edition of "Teddy's Report
on Africa" is a popular book at The
Carolina; the snappiest thing th ex
president has ever prepared ; the illus
trations not numerous, but forceful.