North Carolina Newspapers

    I B4r.r rTHE PINEHURST
OUTLOOK
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FOURSOME PLAY
L.E. Beall )
M. D. Fink j
T. L. Redfleld )
J. B. Bowen
F.C. Abbe )
E. A. Johnston
H. R. MacKenzie
J. D. C. Rumsey
L. C. Hopkins )
E. M. Slayton )
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J. 6. Nicholson and L. D. Pierce Lead
Big Field in Tin Whistle Tourney
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SCOTCH
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HOTGUN
The Great Duck and Goose
Gun That Has No Rival for
Bagging the Limit.
Remington Autoloading Shotgun absorbs the re
coileasy on the shoulder. The recoil ejects the
empty, throws a loaded shell in place, and cocks
the sun, to the tune of five shots three to stop the
cripples. Your trigger finger does it all never a
lost motion at the time when quickness counts.
"Game Laws for 1910" mailed free.
THE REMINGTON ARMS CO.
Agency: 299 Broadway, - - New York City
LONDON MIXTURE
BREAKFAST
TEA
46
Pure
Choisa" CeylonTea
Rich Fragrant
i lb. Canisters
60c
1-2 lb. Canisters
35c
Packed in Parchment-Lined
One-Pound and Half-Pound Canisters
We invite comparison with
other Teas of the same or
higher price.
S. S. PIERCE CO.,
Established 1331
Tremont and Beacon Sts.
Copley Square.
185 Milk St. (Wholesale)
IMPORTERS AND GROCERS
BOSTON.
Incorporated 1894
Coolidge Corner,
BROOKLINE
Pinehurst Pharmacy
A COMPLETE LINE OF
Drugs," Sundries, Toilet Articles, Confections,
Stationery, Cigars, Etc.,
Prescriptions Compounded by a Registered Pharmacist
General Store Building
Pinehurst Farms
Dairy and Market Garden-
Supplying the Entire Village in their
Respective Departments. ,
Village Guests are Cordially Invited
to Visit These Modern Plants.
Address Correspondence to
PiNEIHTRST GtEltfERAIi OFFICE
Only Stroke Away are II. W.Ornwbee
and X.E. Kellog-g With Twenty-three
Other Couple all In Running1
SCOTCH foursomes
entertained the Tin
Whistles in the twelfth
tournament of the sea
son's program Monday,
L. D. Pierce and J. G.
Nicholson whose handi
cap was ten, leading the
field of twenty-five
couples with a card of seventy-three. II.
V. Ormsbee and J. E. Kellogg whose al
lowance was fourteen, were second in
seventy-four and G. F. Brown and A. I.
Record Season For Livery Stable
The number enjoying horseback riding
was never greater and the demands of
those who drive is large. Others find
auto trips over the excellent roads open
ed up by the Capital Highway Associa
tion, to their liking ; all and all, a record
season for the Livery.
Iff any Enter Rifle Tourney
Many are participating in the rifle
shooting handicap, open to both men and
women, which is in progress at the tar
get butts.
Special Catholic Service
Kev. W. J. McGurk of Hartford will
read mass at 8 :00 in the 4 Village Chapel
Sunday morning.
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A "FAIR'' gallery
Creamer (eleven), third in seventy-six.
L. D. Tierce J
J. G. Nicholson
II. W. Ormsbee)
J. E. Kellogg J
G. F. Brown )
A. I. Creamer
I. S. Robeson
J. P. Gardner J
N. 8. Hurd J
J. V. Hall
Robt.Hunter
J. E. Smith J
C.N.Phillips)
J. D, Foot J
T. S. Lippy 1
James Barber j
J. R. Towle )
H. H. Brown
R. C. Collier
W. E. Truesdell
Dr. T. II. Knight)
G. T. Dunlap J
G. E. Wincher )
R. J. Clapp J
W. H. Thayer )
J. M. Thompson
C. L. Becker )
H. C. Fownes )
W.A.Johnston )
E. A. Tracy I
C. J. Morse )
P. D. Hamlin )
W.T. Stall j
J. E. Pushee
J. L. Wyckoff )
W. Li. Ilurd j
C. P. Wilson )
S. D. Wyatt
J. W. Lloyd j
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THE SCORES :
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Village Club Annual
The annual meeting of the Village
Club will be held at The Carolina, Wed
nesday afternoon, March 15, at 2 :30. As
this is the last meeting of the season and
officers are to be elected, a large attend
ance is desired.
Eva Jillson, Sec'y.
Enjoyed by the Entire Colony
The regular Saturday afternoon teas at
the Country Club are enjoyed by the en
tire colony ; the day when Pinehurst as
sembles to admire and be admired.
Annual RIasquerade
The annual Masquerade of Carolina
employees, announced for Friday even
ing,March 1 7, is being anticipated by the
entire household.
Gnetg ofDr. Perkins
Mrs. C. S. Waterhouse, Miss Mary
Fownes and Miss Louise Elkins were the
guests of Dr. H. C. Perkins at a chafing
dish party at The Inn early in the week.
W Doubt About It
The Simplex golf ball marker solves an
important golf problem. You positively
know whether its "yours" or not, at a
glance.
    

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