I B4r.r rTHE PINEHURST OUTLOOK '."i.it: 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 ) 49 106 16 90 20 91 16 93 14 94 18 103 57 54 111 55 54 109 108 121 J. 6. Nicholson and L. D. Pierce Lead Big Field in Tin Whistle Tourney 53 55 60 61 SCOTCH GREATW.f Cwi!)FOWLF ! W GUN V fflJTOLKSDMG S 91 If r- -3 W ;-' 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. I HI c? 'rev f C ;v , m mi m 7 a 1 ,71 t A " "Tf'j'rVilii rT i " -"IT'Ti"T'iliiWii'i""ni I 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 it. u. snannonza THE SCORES : j 41 42 44 44 41 46 43 40 42 47 3S 45 43 41 43 49 47 46 43 46 49 47 44 43 46 45 43 45 53 49 46 49 48 51 51 49 45 51 56 53 83 83 89 83 84 10 14 11 5 11 5 5 92 12 93 13 89 96 9 15 92 10 91 88 102 20 95 11 99 14 100 15 96 10 109 21 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.