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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
IN WASHINGTON'S HONOR
FAMOUS OLD JACKSON SPRINGS
Continued from page one)
4. Your Number, Please Waltz
5. Pierre (Favors) One Step
6. Pierrot (Favors) One Step
"Pass the Pickles"
7. Circle Faster Waltz
8. Partners (Favors) Waltz
9. Strangers (Favors) One Step
10. Merrily We Dance and Sing" One Step
11. A Hunting We Will Go" Waltz
12. I Beg Your Pardon" One Step
13. With Pleasure One Step
14. Let There Be No Tomorrow Waltz
"Nights of Gladness"
PLEASANT MEMORY AND 1915!
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Uttta Itiver Offers Opportunity Which
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Reynard contributed an important part
to a busy week for the fox hunters. A
mile out, near Joe's Fork, his footprints
were distinguished by the keen nosed
pack, and mile after mile they trailed him
as he sought one persimmon tree after
another. In due time he was located, and
a merry chase resulted with Nick's Creek
and Little Uiver as the destination point
for a return trip which the pack check
mated in a swamp.
Once more the trail led to Little Iliver
where lleyn.ird made the most of good
country and finally swam the stream,
taking advantage of the water to elude
his persistent pursuers.
Merry music it was, and philosoph
ically always the hunters regard "the fox
who runs away lives to run another day."
A JPi ne burnt Valentine
The following is a "Valentine" sent
Manager and Mrs. II. W. Priest of The
Carolina by Hon. Alexander McGregor:
My Pinehurst, 'tis of thee
Sweet land of golfery,
Of bridge or " draw."
Land where the tango goes,
Land where the high-ball flows,
Land where the high brow blows,
Of thee I caw.
My Pinehurst, 'tis of thee,
Fair land of liberty,
To come or go;
Land where the Priest must bless
Sinners or saints' excess;
If they are great or less,
Who needs to know?
r. and Jlri. McGregor's Guests
Miss Josephine Bleakie and Mr. P. S.
Maclaughlin were dinner guests of Hon.
and Mrs. Alexander McGregor at The
Carolina Thursday evening.
Guests ot Mr. ana Mrs. QTruesdell
Mr. and Mrs. James De Witt Clinton
llumsey and Mesdames John and Charles
Smithers were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. VV. E. Truesdell at The Carolina.
Trailing- a Wounded Deer, an Indian
Hunter Was Its Discoverer
Among numerous Jackson Springs
legends is one which relates how an In
dian hunter, trailing a wounded deer,
found the quarry at the Springside.
Doubtless, this was the first discovery
of what has long been believed to be the
fabled fountain of "perpetual jouth"
by many of its admirers.
At this time, more than a century ago,
the Spring was hidden by bushes and the
water, bubbling up through the boulder's
cleft, in midstream, was soon discovered
to bear no relation to that into which it
flowed on either side. There are few
springs in the world which possess this
peculiar characteristic and, without ques
tion, this phenomena has contributed an
important part to the water's fame.
Numerous parties have journeyed to
the Jackson Springs Hotel during the
week past for tea and luncheon, and for
the coming week bookings include several
bridge teas and an evening dance which
the younger set have long had in mind.
The date of the Governor's coming has
not been definitely fixed, but the event is
anticipated with pleasure by Pinehurst
visitors, many of whom will join in the
evening and reception dance to be held
in connection with it.
Rabbit Omit Exciting- IfToreltj
A rabbit hunt was an exciting novelty
of the week, which the fox hounds
keenly enjoyed by way of diversion. In
less time than it takes to say "Jack
.Rabbit " four bunnies were on the move
with portions of the pack in full pursuit.
One chase ended in a log, another in a
stump and two others were kills for the
pack. A cross-country ride concluded
the program, f Enjoying the affair were
Messrs. Page, Borden, Fisher, Cunning
ham, Pyle, Whiting, Whitcomb, Graham,
Uogers, Hodge, Masters James Mundy
and James Harris, Mesdames Fisher,
Harriman, Brown, Coldwell, Hubbs, the
Misses Cunningham, Balfe, Whiting,
Baird and Abbe, and Mr. and Mrs. Twitty.
Their Wedding- Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Burns of Annap
olis were dinner hosts in remembrance
of their forty-first wedding anniversary
at The Holly Inn on Monday; their
guests : Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Burns, Jr.,
of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Young of
New Ilochelle, Mrs. 11. II. Johnson and
Miss Carolina Johnson of Hallowell.
Dancing rounded out the evening with
the Virginia Keel as an enjoyable novelty ;
the program opening with Mendelssohn's
Wedding March which Mr. and Mrs.
Kirshner Wins Trap-liootinjr
R, C. Kirshner of Rochester was the
winner 01 tne weeKiy irap-snooimg
handicap in a tie shoot-off at ninety-
three with C. II. Lay of Oil City, both
shooting with an allowance of eight
targets, f Eighty-nine bunched barter
W.Whittemore of Brookline (8) and F. H.
Crary of Canford (15) in second position.
F. A. Hodgman of Yonkers, the scratch
contestant, scored eighty-five.
and Shotguns 4
rx : tf x.
If you hunt big game there gj
is no rifle so well adapted
for your requirements as i
one of the various Win
Chester models. If you w)
shnnt hirHa nr wilrl fowl n 2il
Winchester repeating shot-
gun will surely please you. m
There is this advantage in &
buying a Winchester gun,
that is, its entire depend-
ability. Some guns are
made to sell. Winchesters p
are made to satisfy. That
they do satisfy is shown by g;
the fact that they are used
by about two million shoot-
ers throughout the world.
When buying remember p
Winchester Are The Guns g
Of Known Reputation And
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Winchester Shells and Cartridges for Sale at the Pinehurst Store, Traps
and Ranges. Look for the Big " W " on Every Box.
PINEHURST DEPARTMENT STORE
Complete and Modern Equipment in Every
Department, and Prices on Par
with Northern Markets
Plain and Fancy Groceries
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Notions, Men's Furnishings, Etc,
Complete Equipment for Men and Women for All Out Door Sports.
Field, Trap and Pistol Ammunition.
The Kirkwood Hotel,
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