THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
THIS WEEK'S' ARRIVALS
Bigh Tide at Pinehurst
(Tc itoW i72 the Box)
will be released for sale on and
after April 13, 1916, by John
Wanamaker, holder of exclusive
rights for wholesale distribution
in the United States
THE local distribution
will be made through
professionals and sporting
goods stores in every sec
tion of the United States,
sales and deliveries begin
ning April 13, 1916.
If your local "pro" or
sporting goods dealer has
no Silver Kings, write to
us; we will send to you
direct in dozen lots, at $9
a dozen postpaid to any
address in the United States.
New York and Philadelphia
At The Carolina
K. Spittal, Erie; J. . McCulloch, New
York; D. B. Baker, Baltimore; Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Mclntyre, Miss Ouline Mc
lntyre, Buffalo; J. J. Kellegrew; Alfred
Reeves, Yonkers; S. A. Miles, D. E.
Waid, W. H. Hulen, W. A. Day, A. E.
Horn, G. R. Brown, L. 0. Fisher, F. P.
Fiske, A. H. Johnson, W. C. McMillan,
G. D. Buckley, W. L. Colk, L. W. Max
well, New York; Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Black, M. M. Gates, Philadelphia; Misses
E. and A. "Warren, New York; H. G.
Day and J. W. Bristol, New Haven;
Mr. and Mrs. George Motley, Mr. and
Mrs. I. S. Robeson, Rochester; G. N.
Hoour, Mechamville; G. L. Miller, Cov
ington; Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Chubhuk,
Miss H. E. Chubhuk, Peoria; Mr. and
Mrs. A. Lucking, Mr. and Mrs. F. L.
Klingensmith, Detroit; W. E. Wells,
Newell; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Magoon,
Detroit; W. C. Ong, Cleveland; Mrs.
J. H. Andrews, Raleigh; J. S. Watson,
Mrs. P. A. Churn, Miss B. Churn,
T. E. Jacobs, Boston; Mrs. B'. V.
Court, Mrs. W. M. McArthur, Broekport;
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dean, W. M. May
nard, M. J. Rankins, New York; J. F.
Doran, W. H. Roub, Hartford; M. J.
Brooke, Minneapolis; J. H. Kean, S. F.
Quinn, Elizabeth; H. W. Boyd, Chicago;
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Baker, Brooklyn;
G. W. White, Milton; Captain Davison,
Belfast; J. C. Bushly, Mrs. D. Lavery,
Miss H. Lavery, Harry Lavery, Jr., New
York; Campbell Stuart,. Montreal; Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Miller, Boston; R. V.
Lamar, Augusta; Dr. J. L. Coffin, Marl
boro; J. E. Rowley, Richmond; G. L.
McCurdy, Mrs. C. L. Hammond, Chicago;
Mr. and Mrs. L., R. Mertz, Miss Thelma
Mertz, Port Chester; W. H. Harward,
Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Parker,
G. A. Suter, G. W. C. Smith, G. W. C.
Smith, Jr., W. N. Thurston, J. W. H.
Ottey, New York; H. S. Hammond,
Pittsburgh; Mr. and Mrs. Slayton, Man
chester; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Boothe,
Toronto; Mrs. J. B. Nathaway, Mon
treal; Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Park, Jr.,
Rosemont; E. D. Trumball, W. T. Van
Baskerck, New York; H. W. Crops, Pitts
burgh; Mr. and Mrs. A. MeLeod, Al
bany; Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Fellows, Mr.
and Mrs. W. Lyon, William Haid,
S. Mead, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Bleecker,
New York; Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Wyatt
New Haven; J. W. and C. M. Alford,
East Orange; F. T. Ellison, Rochester;
Mr. and Mrs. C. Ahrhart, Miss Ahrhart,
Buffalo; W. A. McGregor, P. A. Mac
Donald, C. W. Herbert, Detroit; James
Bertram, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Eruhart,
New York; Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bach
man, Roselle; G. 0. Simpson, Chicago;
William Kidd, St. Louis; F. T. Gates,
Montclair; W. H. Brown, Englewood;
R. Wardrop, Pittsburgh; R. Mott and
Miss Mott, Burlington; Mr. and Mrs.
William A. Jones, East Orange; H. L. ,
Hodge, D. Darruff, F. T. Buckens, Phila
delphia; F. W. Weber, Boston.
.. At tti Ilerkiliire
O. II. Rawley, Richmond; Dr. N. N.
Irwin, W." M. Walz, New York; II.
Schively, Jenkintown; Mr. and Mrs. H.
G. Field, Birmingham; J. R. Merrow, II.
P. Burt, D. S. Brassil, E. D. Trumbull,
M. S. Holmes, S. and F. Lawnsthal, New
York; T. E. Jones, Pittsburgh; J. Odam,
Jersey City; F. L. Eastlock, Jr., Phila
delphia; Dr. D. P. Wilson, Boston; Mr.
and Mrs. J. Frank, New York; G. A.
Goodman, Portsmouth; R. D. McDougal,
E. N. Hewey, Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. G.
J. Waldie, Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Mason, Detroit; Mrs. J. P. Saulsbury,
Miss A. B. Hayes, Denver; G. O. Simp
son, Chicago; William Kidd, St. Louis;
F. M. Cunningham, Charlotte; W. H.
Dunlap, Oxford; Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
Osgood, Chicago; Rev. Irwin Goddard,
Poughkeepsie ; Lester Howard, Portsmouth.
At the IN n Crvit
Andrew Walz, H. G. Gunter, M. J. Kier
man, M. C. Jones, New York; T. G. Hen
derson, W. D. Buckley, Souix City; Mr.
and Mrs. G. E. Findley, New York; Mrs.
J. C. Murray, Chicago; H. Reynolds,
At tbe Holly Inn
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mead, Miss M.
Gellick, Rev. W. M. Geer, Mrs. Marvey
Scudder, P. J. Scudder, New York; P. S.
Lyppincot, Marlton; Mr. and Mrs. E.
Burns, Toronto; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sul
livan, Boston; David Ford, II. L. Moody,
George White, W. S. Rae, Newark; C.
L. Hoff, Helen Hoff, Mr. and Mrs. G.
L. Hoff, New York; Mr. and Mrs. C. K.
Anderson, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. E. R.
Behrend, Master Warren and Miss Har
riet Behrend, Erie; J. R. Such, South
Amboy; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Egan, Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Tracey, Jersey City; W.
By automobile to the placid waters of
the lake, and auction and tea under the
hospitable roof of the Three Oaks Tea
Room at Lakeview is becoming a favor
ite pastime of the initiated from this vil
lage. Three machines on Monday last,
Mrs. Arthur S. Newomb's, Mrs. George
Dunlap 's and Mrs. H. S. Houston's,
conveyed a large party of ladies in quest
of bridge and refreshments. Among them
were Miss Littlefield, Mrs. T. T. Wat
son, Mrs. Charles Hudson, Mrs. Charles
Crane, Mrs. George Langdon, Mrs. J. S.
Brown, Mrs. J. V. Beekman, Mrs. Melan
son and Mrs. Boyce.
Whltteniore, Trap Shooter
On Monday at the traps, Parker W.
Whittemore gave an exhibition of shoot
ing which puts him in a class by him
self, among our local marksmen. Shoot
ing from scratch he broke 96 targets out
of a possible 100.