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THE PINEHURST OVlL00K
Kennel Club Notes
express reward to the victor
record events of importance
convey friendly appreciation the
importance of an event and the
regard of business associates or
Gorham Quality and Gorham
Designs denote just the sentiment
: the occasion the purose which
trophy, medal, or loving cup commemorates.
THE GORHAM CO.,
Gorham Silverware is to be had in Pinehurs' at The Jewelry Shop"
The year 1919 again demonstrates the Superior
Quality of Western "Field" Steel-locked Shells.
A Few of the Many Victories
WINNER OF OFFICIAL A. T. A. 1919 AMA
"TEUR AVERAGE, MAKES NEW
Shooting at 2370 Registered Targets with "West
ern" Steel-Locked Shells He Made the Phenome
nal and Unparalleled Average of .9822 per cent.
FOUR OF THE FIRST SIX AMATEURS IN
1919 AVERAGES USED WESTERN "FIELD"
Arie (1st) Troeh (3rd) Wright (5th) Risser (6th)
The American Amateur Championship from 16
The American Amateur Championship from 18
The American Professional Championship from
(The last two above being won on World's record
scores 200 straight).
The Hercules all 'Round Championship, both Open
and Amateur. Six State Championships all won
with exceptionally high scores.
"Perfect from Primer to Crimp"
WESTERN CARTRIDGE CO., EAST ALTON, ILL.
The Pinehurst Kennel Club has just
announced, informally, that the Second
Annual Kennel Club Show will be held
on April 7th and .8th. Entries close
March 21st; it is desirable for all to
Renter their dogs promptly. From pres
ent indications the show will surpass
that of last year, both in number of en
tries and quality. The Pinehurst shows
have already become famous for the
magnificent entries of bird dogs re
corded every year.
The Club is fortunate in having se
cured the services of Mr. George F.
Foley as Superintendent of the Show.
Mr. Foley has a national reputation for
handling affairs of this sort, and his
presence not only lends prestige and dig
nity to the show, but assures the success
of the undertaking.
The officers and committees are as fol
Mr. Leonard Tufts President
Mrs. L. F. F. Wanner Vice-President
Mrs. L. F. F. Wanner Secy-Treasurer
N. S. Hurd Mrs. L. F. F. Wannei
Mr. Harry Kirkover Mr. C. T. Crocker
BENCH SHOW COMMITTEE
Mrs. L. F. F. Wanner, Chairman
Mr. R. M. Cleveland Mr. C. T. Crocker
Mr. N. S. Hurd Mr. H. C. Kirkover
Mrs. S. Peabody Mrs. G. Osborne
Miss C. Phelps Miss C. Bogart
Mr. A. A. Rost Mr. J. W. Tewksbury
Mr. L. F. F. Wanner Mr. S. Peabody
Mr. Dickinson Bishop
Miss Esther Tufts, Chairman
Miss Dorothy Brown Mrs. H. G. Waring
Miss Irma Waterhouse
Mr. A. A. Rost, of Brooklyn, N. Y.
will judge Airdales, Irish and Fox
Terriers; Mrs. G. Muss-Arnot, of Tuck
ahoe, N. Y., will judge Shepherd Dogs;
Mr. A. F. Hochwalt, of Dayton, Ohio,
will judge Pointers and Hounds. All
other breeds will be judged by Mr. A.
The Kennel Club has offered $100.00
for a Shepherd Dog Field Trial Ex
h'bit, and Mr. J. Hall is putting up
$100.00 in the Shepherd Dog Class.
Bank of Pinehurst
CHECKING AND SAVING ACCOUNTS
SAFE DEPOSIT BCXES TO LET
We Sell New Yirk Exchange and A. B. A. Travelers' deques
J tie Greenwich Country Club, Greenwich, Conn.
Orase Seed supplied by Stumpp .6 Walter Vo.
it' is i
r a s s
of Known Quality
TESTED for PURITY and GERMINATION
for the Golf Course, Tennis Courts or Lawn
REMEMBER All our seed is of the higrest quality, purchased
direct from the most reliable sources of supply and is carefully
examined as to purity and growth, including tests made for us
by leading Seed Testing Stations.
We are always glad to suggest formulas, suited to soil and climate,
and tell you the exact percentage of each of the varieties in the
formula, or, we furnish seed by named varieties.
30-32 Barclay Street