"A Kill in Every Cartridge" is the
UMC achievementa standard of cer
tainty possible only as a result of UMC
experience, UMC development, UMC
progressiveness, resources, facilities, in
dividual skill and care.
It is the knock-down-killing-power and unequalled mushroom
expansion that are always thete, in 00 of the UMC Cart
ridges, that make them the invariable ammunition choice of
real big-game shooters, who best can appreciate big-game
hazards. Their preferences differ in rifles, but unite on
Try the new UMC Hollow Point Bullet the greatest mush
roomer yet devisedmore shocking and killing power than
is afforded by any other bullet.
" Lesmok" powder ,22's our newest cartridge for ' small
game and target shooting.
UMC Guarantee Note our guarantee on every box, which not only
guarantees the cartridges but also Standard arms to the full extent of
the maker's guarantee.
THE UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE COMPANY
Agency : 299 Broadway, New York City
Came Laws for 1910 mailed tree.
PURE OLIYE OIL
Full Half JPint
Park & Tilford,
S. S. Pierce co.
A COMPLETE LINE OF
Drugs Sundries, Toilet Articles, Confections,
. Stationery, Cigars, Etc.,
Prescriptions'.Compoimded by a Registered Pharmacist
General Store Building
Dairy and Market Garden
Supplying the Entire Village in their
Village Guests are Cordially Invited
co Visit These Modern Plants.
Address Correspondence to
POEUmST OEER4L OFFICE
MIDSEASON IN FULL SWING
Various Diversions Indoors and Out
Make Week Merry and Busy One
Itare February Day Wltli Just a
Sug-g-ention of Spring:, Are
Delight to All
w FEBRUARY sets mid-
season in full swing,
the week rounded out
with various diversions
indoors and out, among
them the Tin Whistle
round robin golf tour
ney, the men's teDnis
singles, the first of the
weekly trap shooting handicaps and the
opening baseball game. Socially, bridge,
Mrs. John G. Brown and Miss Jennio
A. Brown of Utica, will remain until
" Mr. Paul Starrett and Mr. C. J. Spen
cer of New York, are here for the week.
Mr. James Baird of Washington, re
turns for a short visit.
' Mr. Frank Koller of Chicago, returns
Mr. E. K. Bispham and Mr. R. W.
Harvey of Philadelphia, are spending a
Mr. Charles Z. Eddy and Mr. Frank
A. Buckout of Providence, return for
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Nickerson of
Miss Margaret Ballantyne, Master
Emory M. Ford of Detroit, are again
here for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Kranthoff of New
York, are making a short visit.
Mrs. C. Iloltzmann and Mrs.. F. J.
Congleton of New 'York, return for
February. . . -
1 zr r t
MBS. C. F. HAGER AND MRS. R. C. KING
dinners, teas and dancing, the younger
set enjoying the . first moonlight ride
and supper to the "Lift the Latch" cabin
at Pinebluff Tuef day evening, the group
including: Messrs. R. S. Durstine, W. R.
Simon?, H. T. Curtis, and Misses Sewall,
Boyd, Watters, Lewis and Check. The
weather has been perfection clear,cri?p,
beautiful days such as Pinehurst alone
can supply at this season.
At The Carolina
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Brokaw, Master
Clifford Brokaw, Jr., of New York, are
spending several weeks here.
Mrs. C. C. Woodworthof Rochester,
and Miss Smith of Batavia, will remain
Mr. E. L. Morandi and Mrs. A. M.
Copp of Boston, and Mrs. A. D. Mulford
of Elizabeth, N. J., return.
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hurst of Balti
more, are here for the week to come.
Mr. and Mrs. William Firth of Chest
nut Hill, Mass.,-return for their usual
Mr M, D. Fink of New York, is again
here for the winter.
Mr. Edward C. Moen and Mr. Howard
C. Smith of New York, are completing
a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Simonds of Fitch
burg, return for February.
Mr. George E. Morse and Mr. G. E.
Parker of New York, return for February.