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Where the Women's National Championship was held in 1921
Stumpp & Walter Co.'s Grass Seed and Fertilisers have been used
exclusively, and their advice followed, for the past seven years.
of Known Quality
TESTED for PURITY and GERMINATION
Remember All our seed is of the highest quality, obtained direct
from the most reliable sources of supply, and is carefully examined
as to purity and growth, including tests made for us by leading
Seed Testing Stations. We furnish on request the percentage of
purity and growth.
We are always glad to suggest formulas, suited to soil and climate, and
tell you the exact percentage of each of the varieties in the formula, or,
we furnish seed by named varieties.
77t benefit of a grass seed expert one who has made
a life study of this subject is at your disposal
30-32 Barclay Street
Silver Foils Kickers' Handicap
The Silver Foils annual Kickers handicap was played on Thurs
day last and resulted in a tie, at 92, between three players, Mrs. H.
C. Beall, Mrs. A. S. Higgins and Miss Sara Fownes. The members
selected their own handicaps and played against a blind bogey of 92,
which was kept secret until all the scores were in. Mrs. Beall and
Mrs. Higgins took handicaps, respectively, of 19 and 28, while
Miss Fownes played with a plus 2 handicap, and all three players
wound up with net scores of 92, the same as the blind bogey.
Mrs. J. D. Chapman played from scratch and finished with a
best net and best gross round of 45-43-0-88.
The field finished as follows :
Mrs. J. D. Chapman . . . . . 45-43-
Mrs. A. S. Gilman 55-56-
Mrs. H. C. Beall 55-56-
Mrs. A. S. Higgins 66"54"
Miss Sara Fownes 43"47"
Mrs. M. W. Marr 51"5-
Mrs. C. S. Waterhouse 51"51"
Mrs. H. C. Philbrick 58"52-
Mrs. Herman Ellis 50'49-
Mrs. Boyd 4753"
Mrs. F. T. Keating 49"46'
Mrs. G. M. Howard S6'54'
Mrs. W. H. Cane 52'6-
Mrs. G. A. Magoon 4953"
Mrs. H. H. Rackham 5452"
Mrs. J. Ebberts ' 67'f '
Mrs. W. E. Truesdale 6872'
See Us About Your Plakting. We will be glad to aid you in
working out your planting plans, and select and tell you the trees,
shrubs and roses best adapted for your purpose and this section.
Let Us Move Your Large Evergreens with Our Tree Moving
Machine. With this machine we can now safely plant evergreens
for immediate effect.
For appointment call
H. F. KELLY, Manager '
Clow's Gift Shop
NEW MARKET SQUARE BUILDING
Pinehurst, N. G.
Gift Things in Gold, Silver, Leather and Brass
Expert Jewelry and Optical RepairsDiamond Setting
BRING IN YOUR JEWELRY AND HAVE IT CLEANED, FOR
WHICH WE MAKE NO CHARGE
CAMPS AND SUMMER HOMES ON
TO SELL AND LEASE
Courses to Choose from
S. HAYWARD, JR. MEREDITH, N. H.
Pine Grest Inn
PINEHURST, N. G.
The Inn of Comfort and Good Cooking
A delightful little Inn, Modern Appointments
Private Baths, Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Sun Parlors
An Inn with unusual home atmosphere, where guests leave
with regret that their visit is over. Under ownership man
agement, which means personal attention to YOUR comfort.
Open November to May. Special rates for early season
and from April 1st.
Write for booklet, rates and reservations
ROSS & MacNAB
Awin im hotel DeLUXE -
On the Palm-Fringed Shore of
BEAUTIFUL BISCAYNE BAY
Dedicated to the Comfort and Pleasure of a Superior Clientele
Fire-proof. NOW OPEN.
Every recreation. Unsurpassed Golf. Boating:. Bathing.
Under Personal Management of Henry N. Teague