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ljjglLlll THE PINEHURST TLOOK
Published Erery Saturday Morning Daring
the Season, Novemoer May. at
Pineliurst, North Carolina
Conducted by Ralph W. Pugr
For adTertising rates and space apply to
JEdwin A, Inliam
Pinehurst. N. O.
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
t Pinehurst, Moore County, North Carolina.
Saturday JFlruuary 1, IOIO
AT THS PINIHVBST OhAPIL:
OBftnn'i Services 10.00 a.m.
Iformlng Service and Sermon. . .11.00 A.M.
Night Service at the Community
House at 8.00 P.M.
Early Mass 6-15 A.M.
When visiting Priest is at Pinehurst
8eoond Mass 8.00 A.M.
RED CAOSS WOni
The Bed Cross Koom at the School
House, next to the Movie Theatre, will
be open Tuesday and Friday mornings
from 9.30 to 1.00. The principal work
will be done on refugee garments, which
are sorely needed by the starving and
homeless peoples abroad. Wool will be
given out and finished articles returned
at the room. Volunteers for sewing are
Leave 10.20 A.M. Leave 7.03 A.M.
8.35 P.M. 8.35 P.M.
From North From South
Due 8.00 A.M. Due 11.05 A.M.
9.23 P.M. 10.45 P.M.
Arrive 8.00 A. M Depart 7.00 A.M.
11.05 A.M. 9.00 A.M.
6.22 P.M. 5.00 P.M.
will appear on or about February 15.
The delay in publication was due to
the lack of a Linotyper.
A Linotyper is not a machine but
is a man, a Brother and an Alibi. It
was, we would like you all to under
stand, the linotyper who was solely
and invariably responsible for the
omission of the winner of the putting
contest, and for your wrong score in
the qualifying round, and for any and
all mistakes in spelling, punctuation
and construction which may have ap
peared in the Outlook on occasions,
and for your copy of the paper having
been sent to a wrong address, ami for
all other sins of omission and com
mission which have been brought to
our attention from time to time. Yoa
see, we have suffered in dignity and in
silence, up to the present time, but
as the linotyper, who was a husky in
dividual, has gone up North, we feel
we owe this explanation to you, to
ourselves and to our temporarily ab
OUR LAST TWO ISSUES
Every day, of late, we have been re
ceiving an increasing number of let
ters referring, politely and otherwise,
to the non-delivery of The Outlook, of
February 1 and February 8.
We beg to offer our thanks for these
evidences of interest and to explain
that although those two particular is
sues were the best and most complete
Numbers ever written, they were un
fortunately not published. Our No. 11
came out on January ,25th. This,
our 12th perpetration of -the season,
The Pinehurst Kennel Club Invites All
The plans for the Dog Show on
April 2 and 3 are coming along in
great shape, and some of the most
prominent dog breeders of the coun
try have-applied for membership in the
Club. Among them are Miss Jean
Hinkle and Miss Claudia Phelps of
Aiken, S. C. Miss Hinkle has sorruj
of the finest Wire Haired Fox Terriers
in the country, bier winners at our
most prominent shows, and Mtes
Phelps is the proud owner of the Ross-
tor Kennels, world famous for the
quality of their West Highland White
Pinehurst Kennel Club Show, the com
mittee extends a cordial invitation to
everyone in Pinehurst interested in
good dogs to become a member. The
membership fee is nominal.
Further particulars may be had
from the Secretary, Mr. A. A. Rost,
who may be reached through the Gen
Terriers. Mr. and Mrs. Stuyvesant
Peabody, Jr., owners of the Ballymoo
ney Kennels that have made Hinsdale
famous, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Wanner
Hempstead, L. I., who have one of the
finest police dog kennels in America,
R. M. Cleveland of Vanity Fair, Capt.
Q. A. Shaw McKean of Prides Cross
ing, Mass., owner of the famous Amer
ican Bred Champion Prides Hill,
Tweak Em, the Wire Haired Fox Ter
rier which has met and defeated the
best that England could produce. With
the support of such prominent fanciers
and their dogs, the success of our show
is assured, and the event should be
one of local pride and one that any one
might be proud to be associated with.
Arrivals at The Carolina
Mrs. John S. Alley, Miss Emily W
Alley, Miss Helen Alley, Pelham, N. Y.
R. K. Armstrong, Barber, N. C.
T. P. Andrews, New York City.
Mrs. W. E. Ballantyne, R. C. Bal
lantyne, Washington, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Baldwin, New
I York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Breed, New
Henry F. Bulltitude, New York.
W. E. Beckwith, Erie, Pa.
Mrs. James B. Berry, Charles D.
Berry, Oil City, Pa.
Rev. and Mrs. A. S. Burke, Miss S.
Burke, Haverford, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs.' M. Burke, Marlsboro,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Babte, of
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Butley, Miss
Grace Butley, Miss Ruth Butley, Bos
R. G. Badwell and family, Fayette
ville, N. C.
R. M. Byrnes, Mont Clair, N. J.
J. E. R. Carpenter, New York City.
D. C. Chaddock, New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Clapp, Miss
Catherine Clapp, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Clara F. Covert, Lockport, N. Y.
Thos. Chester, Detroit, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Cronnia, Somer-
Sidney Chase, Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Crowell,
Washington, D. C.
Geo. H. Campbell, Oswego, N. Y.
Dr. T. R. Cullen, Oswego, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Day, and son,
New York City.
Theodore Dewitt, Edward Dewitt,
New York City.
Mrs. Brown D. Dieterick and maid,
New York City.
Miss F. M. Doe, New York City.
J. A. Depuy, Rochester, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Dickman, and
Master. Dickman, Boston, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Donovon,
Mrs. Michael Droyer, and Miss
Eileen Droyer, Halifax, Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Droyer, Mon
H. B. Deal and family, Fayetteville.
W. J. Dillon, Southern Pines.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Yuile, Montreal.
Arrivals at the Holly Inn
Miss Mary A. Adams, Springfield,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Bryant, Miss
E. A. Bryant, New York City.
H. B. Boden, New York City.
James M. Barnes, St. Louis, Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Blancke, Miss
Eliza A. Blancke, Essex Falls, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ballow, North
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Blanchard, New
ton Center, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cobb, Miss
Catherine Cobb and nurse, Boston.
Hon. and Mrs. Homer S. Cummings,
Dr. Clark E. Davis, New York.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Fay, St. Louis.
J. Frank Greene, Flatbuck, N. Y.
John Hoffer, Miss Mary Hoffer,
J. S. Jeffries, New York.
F. J. Ludwig, Boston.
Mr .and Mrs. C. B. Morgan, Miss
Elsie Morgan, New York City.
Walter B. Murphy, Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs; Jansen Noyes, Mont
clair, New Jersey..
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Overbaugh, Miss
Isabelle Overbaugh, Sangerties, N. Y.
Theo. R. Pell, New York City. .
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