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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
COUNTEY HOMES AND
I have a limited amount of oreiiard and
country property for sale to people who
will make desirable neighbors in the im
mediate vicinity of Pinehurst. Alio
bearing orchards and orchard lands i
other sections of the Sandhills, including
several orchards which have a past record
of cash profits over a period of year
exceeding 33 per cent a year. It is my
business to demonstrate and promote the
peach industry in this section, and I will
take pleasure in showing the plants and
explaining the business to anyone in
terested, whether they . contemplate in
vestment or not. Write, call or phone,
RALPH W. PAGE, PINEHURST, N. 0.
Carolina Jewelry Shop
In The Carolina Looby
Exquisite Novelties from Many Land
Sweaters, Waists, Japanese Kimonos
TWI CAROLINA EXHIBITION BOOM
PINE FOREST INN
Summerville, S. C, 22 miles
from historical Charleston
OPENS DECEMBER 1st
One of tv finest winter resort hotels
in the Middle South. Here you will
enjoy rest and qui'fues amidst tall,
Southern pines Invigorating, dry,
healthful eiiin t. Pure artesian water.
Cusine iiixl !-erviee on pnr with the
Metropolitan hot-Is. Ideal golf wea
ther, sp cia!
DECEMBER and JANUARY TOURNAMENTS
Superh 18-hole olf course. If emul
ated tennis eouitf. Livery of eairiage
and saddle horse-:. Good iods for
driving. M 'torinsr. Hunting. Mod
ern cottsiffe for i e 1 1 1
F. W. Wagener & Co. Owners
Willard A. Seina. Manager
Now Open .
Tws Finest 18 Hole Golf Courses
In the South. Nearby
IDEAL Winter CLIMATE
(Continued from Page Four)
and 1. Mrs. C. A. Magoon, Oakmont,
after having a hard time against Miss
W. V. Cullen, as she did last year, and
Mrs. L. F. Wanner, Cherry Valley,
whom she beat 1 up, defeated Miss Dor
othy Brown, Montclair, 4 and 3 in the
finals of the Third Eight. The cham
pionship of the Fourth Eight went to
Miss Carolyn Bogart, Pinehurst, after
a hard fight against Miss Helen Whit
ridge, Baltusrol. In the finals of the
Fifth Eight Miss Mabel Whitley de
feated Mrs. Irwin Butterworth, 4 and 3.
Summary as follows:
Mrs. F. S. Danforth, North Fork, beat
Mrs. F. B. Ryan, Baltusrol, 4 and 3;
Miss E. T. Chandler, Huntington, beat
Mrs. Donald Parson, Youngstown, 2
and 1; Mrs. J. D. Armstrong, Buffalo,
beat Miss L. Patterson, Plainfield, 1
up 20 holes; Mrs. J. F. Duryea, Brae
Burn, beat Mrs. J. D. Chapman, Green
wich. Second Round
Mrs. Chandler beat Mrs. Danforth, 4
and 3; Mrs. Armstrong beat Mrs. Dur
yea, 3 and 2.
Miss E. T. Chandler beat Mrs. J. D.
Armstrong, 1 up 19 holes.
Mrs. J. D. Chapman beat Mrs. F. B.
Ryan, 5 and 4.
Mrs. J. F. Reynolds, South Bend, beat
Mrs. A. P. Allgood, Sayville, 2 up;
Mrs. C. S. Waterhouse, Ardsley, beat
Mrs. S. Waters, Pinehurst, 1 up 21
holes; Mrs. M. W. Marr, Pinehurst,
beat Mrs. J. H. Horner, Oakmont, 2 up;
Mrs. F. T. Keating, Agawam Hunt,
beat Miss I. Waterhouse, Ardsley, 3
Mrs. R. Reynolds beat Mrs. Water
house, 2 and 1; Mrs. Keating beat Mrs.
Marr, 4 and 2.
Mrs. Reynolds beat Mrs. Keating, 2
Miss I. Waterhouse beat Mrs. A. P.
All good, 1 up.
Mrs. G. M. Howard, Halifax, beat
Mrs. F. II. Mahan, St. Davids, 1 up 19
holes; Miss D. Brown, Montclair, beat
Mrs. J. S. Van Campen, New York, 2
and 1; Mrs. L. F. Wanner, Cherry Val
ley, beat Miss M. Milliehamp, Rosedale,
2 and 1; Mrs. G. A. Magoon, Oakmont,
beat Miss W. V. Cullen, Canoe Brook,
1 up 19 holes.
Misa Brown bept Mrs. Howard, 1
up 21 holes; Mrs. Magoon beat Mrs.
Wanner, 1 up.
Mrs. Magoon beat Miss Brown, 4 and
Mrs. J. S. Van Campen beat Miss
Milliehamp, 4 and 3.
Miss P. Kimball, Bath, beat Mrs. F.
B. McCurdy, Halifax, 5 and 4; Miss C.
Bogart, Pinehurst beat Mrs.' C. W.
Sta'.sell, Aronimink, 4 and 3; Miss H.
Whitridge, Baltimore, beat Mrs. A. B.
Ashf orth, Greenwich, 2 and 1 ; Mrs. B.
Melanson, Tedesco, beat Mrs. A. S. Hig
gins, Pinehurst, 1 up.
Miss C. Bogart beat Miss Kimball, 1
up; Miss Whitridge beat Mrs. Melan
Miss C. Bogart beat Miss H. Whit
ridge, 1 up 19 holes.
Mrs. A. B. Ashforth beat Mrs. G. W.
Statzell, 7 and 6.
Mrs. A. Lorsch, Century, beat Mrs. R.
C. Blancke, Montclair, 2 and 1; Mrs. I.
Butterworth, Portland, beat Mrs. G.
Tuska, Baltusrol, 6 and 5; Miss M.
Whitely, Baltimore, beat Miss J. Pouch,
Sayville, 6 and 4; Mrs. R. Ward, St.
Patricks, beat Miss M. Pouch, Wynona,
6 and 5.
Mrs. I. Butterworth beat Mrs. A.
Lorsch, by default; Miss M. Whitely
beat Mrs. Ward, 2 and 1.
Miss Whitely beat Mrs. Butterworth,
4 and 3.
Mrs. R. C. Blancke beat Miss J.
Pouch, 6 and 5.
Tennis and Base Ball Players use
The Antlsent n pnn .
shake into the shoes be
cause It takes the friction
from the shoe, freshens
the feet and makes walk
ing a aengnt.
Shake Allen's Foot-Ease
into your shoes before go
ing on the links and no
tice the difference in your
comfort, which often af
fects your score.
The Government sup
pi ied 1 ,500,000 1 bs.of Pow
der for the Feet to the
troops during the war.
Be sure to fret the genuine
Allen's Foot-Kase. At
dealers everywhere. Sam
ple Free by mail. Address
ALLEN S, OLMSTED,
La Roy, N. Y.
THE PINEHURST CHAPEL
Holy Communion, 9:15 A. M.
Childrens' Service, 10:00 A. M.
Morning Services and
Unity Fellowship Inspiration
ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES
Early Mass 6.15 A. M.
When visiting Priest is at Pinehurst
Second Mass 8.00 A. M.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICE
will be held in the Chapel on Main ave
nue near East Broad Street, Southern
Pines, on Sunday morning, at 11
o'clock, Subject, SPIRIT.
The public is cordially invited to attend.
DR. IRENE M. MORSE
Southern Pines, - North Carolina
Edw. K. Tryon Co.
609-611 MARKET STREET
10-X2 NO. 6th S TREET
High Grade Guns and Rifles
Fishing Tackle Clothing
Athletic Goods Sweaters
Camping Goods Cutlery
The Perfect Table Water
For over half a century America's
leading Natural Mineral Water.
Bottled only at the Spring under the
most sanitary conditions.
Caiifon: Always see that seal is unbroken
at time bottle is opened.
For sale by local dealers or at
POLAND WATER DEPOT
1 180 Broadway, Ne Yor' City
Telephone Madijon Sq. 4743
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Geo. G. HERR, J.D.S.
(University of Pennsylvania)
Crown and .Bridgework and Porcelain
and Gold Inlay Fillings.
SOUTHERN PINES, N. C. 'Phone 39.
We would like to show you the new
Red Cedar Shingles
They are guaranteed as to thickness,
gram, grade, and selection.
Your roof and walla id -with
Rite-Grade Red Cedar Shingles, if
j""'; yviiu pure iron or zinc cov
ered nails, will last fifty years or more.
Opposite the Railroad Station
PINEHURST, N. C.