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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
Published every Saturday Morning During
the season, November May, at
Pinehurst, North Carolina
JSdltod by Herbert Ii. JHllson
One Dollar Annually, Five Cents a Copy
Foreign Subscriptions, Fifty Cents
The Editor is always glad to consider contri
butions. Good photographs are especially
Editorial Booms over the Department Store
hours 10 to 5. In telephoning ask central for
Mr. Jillson's office.
Advertising rate card and circulation state
merit on request.
Entered as second class matter at Post Office
at Pinehurst, Moore County, North Carolina
Saturday, April 3, lOl
Departmental Office 11 ours
Pharmacy open 7 a. m. to 9 p. m.;
Sunday, 0 to 11 A. M., 2 to 9 p. m.
POSTOFFICB 7:30 A. M. to 9 P. M.J
Sunday, 9 to 11 a. m., 7 to 9 p. m.
Dairy Barn, Daisy, Market Gab
den and Kennels, Daily and Sunday.
Trap, Rifle and Pistol Grounds
9 a. it. to 6 P. M.
Travel Bureau, General Office
9 a. m to 9 P. M.
Country Club 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
General Office; 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Dept. Store; 7 a. m. to 8:30 p. u.
Telegraph 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Telephone All hours.
Library 3 to 6 p. m.
Below is a complete schedule of ar
riving and departing trains:
daily leave pinehtjbst
7.00 A. M. conn, for S. A. L. No. 1 for South
9.15 A, M. conn, for S. A. L. No. 4 for North
7.35 P. M. conn, for S. A. L. No. 8 for South
10.00 P. M. eonn. for S. A. L. No. 2 for North
7.38 A. M. conn, for Asheboro and Highpoint
11.00 A. M. conn for Asheboro only.
DAILY ARRIVE AT PINE HUB ST
7.88 A. M. oonn from S.A.L. No. 5.
7.45 A. M. eonn. from S.A.Lt. No. 1 from North
4.80 P. M. eonn. from S.A.L.from Asheboro
8.80 P. M. eonn. from S.A.L. No. 8 from North
11.80 P. M. conn, from S.A.L. No. 2 from South
Leave Carthage for Pinehurst. ..6.15 A. M.
Leave Carthage for PinehurBt. ..6.15 P. II.
Leave PinehurBt for Carthage. ..8.00 A. M.
Leave Pinehurst for Carthage. . .9.50 P. M.
Daily except Sunday.
Prom North 7.85 A. M.
From North and South 8.80 A. M.
From South ..10.30 A. M.
From North 8.30 P. M.
For All Points 8-00 A. M.
For South 7.00 P. M.
For North 8 00 P. M.
N. B. All registered mail arrives at 9.80
A. H. and leaves at 5.00 P. M.
9.00 to'10.00 A. 11. 8.00 to .00 P. M.
QUADRUPLE TIE AT THE TRAPS
Mies Sinclair la Winner of Gilbert
Anniversary Bu Pont Tropny
?v A QTJADKUJtMjJ tie
added to the interest of
the Gilbert anniversary
shoot; Miss E. Marie
Sinclair and Messrs.
Parker "W. Whittemore,
J. H. Andrews and C. T.
pa Crocker all recording a
' i perfect hundred. In the
final test Miss Sinclair with an allowance
of 7, recorded 24, Mr. Andrews (5)
24, Mr. Crocker (4y2) 23 and Mr.
Whittemore (1) 23. H The scores:
C. T. Crocker 22 20 24 2215103
J. H. Andrews 23 18 20 2220103
Miss Sinclair 20 20 20 1030100"
Pardon the contradiction, but fact is
most of the "printers" find joy in their
work which by the way, is what makes
life worth living. U"Hell breaking
loose" with punctual regularity, but
always work to do anticipation and
pleasant memory. If Thank God for the
men who do things!
II are You Been to Manly?
"It pays to advertise!" 11 Our little
write-up on Gordon's antique shop at
nearby Manly has resulted in a score of
interested visitors. If "So glad you
called our attention to it," many of our
readers have said, "a treat indeed."
If Have you been to Manly f If Why
1 hi- .vu. -
MISS E. MARIE SINCLAIR
P. W. Whittemore 24 23
J. G. Spring 19 18
F. L. Morgan 21 22
H. N. Spaulding 16 19
G. M. Howard 23 19
Stacey Eobeson 19 16
George R. Elder 16 16
S. M. Merrill 20 14
D. F. Thompson 17 14
W. M. Ellicott 15 19
Note Cannot exceed
25 23 5100
20 '2120 98
28 1916 96
21 18 20-T 94
21 24 5 92
17 1720 89
16 1620 88
17 1716 81
19 1412 79
a perfect score.
A ffOBO FOR TOE PJRJLXTEI1S
Alwaye Work To Jo Anticipation
and Pleaeant Klentory
Not long ago Life rapped "printers"
rather hard; the anvil chorus is a long
suit easy to play. J The paragraph was
probably written by one of "Puck's"
college-bred newspaper men, which bear
about the same relation to the real article
as a chromo to a painting. One's
creative, the other copy.
Conundrum Innchvoi at The Beacon
Mrs. John Smithers was hostess at a
novel "conundrum luncheon" at the
Beacon cottage early in the week, the
name of each course contained in a
"riddle." The guests were Mesdames
Eumsey, Sinclair, Houston, Massie, Bruce
and Bliss, and Miss Holmgren.
Sir. and Mr. Tufta' Quest
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tufts enter
tained at a Carolina dinner in honor of
Dr. and Mrs. William Hill; their guests:
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Maurice, Miss
Maurice, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Butler, Miss
Butler and Mr. Frank W. Page.
Uncle Ed le the lloat
Mr. E. M. Slayton entertained at the
Lift-the-Latch cabin Saturday evening in
honor of his protege, Jesse Guilford; the
guests including Francis Ouimet, J. H.
Sullivan, Jr., C. L. Campbell and
J. L. Wells.
To Throw Your "Clays"
To Bring Them Down
npHE Du Pont Hand
Trap will throw your
targets with astounding
speed to a distance of 70
yards in a baffling variety
of bird-like flights.
Du Pont Smokeless Shot
gun Powders will enable
you to bring down your
"pigeons" with the great
est degree of certainty.
Our century's experience
as the "Pioneer Powder
Makers of America" is
your guarantee for that.
It is a combination diffi
cult to beat for the sum
mer camp, suburban
home or motor boat.
Write for free trap
shooting booklet 297-S
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FRED STERRY, Managing Director
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LAURA AGNES WALKEI. THE CAROLINA
Rtm 2 and Barber Ship