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Pinehurst Field Trials
The sixth annual Field Trials, held under the auspices of the
Pinehurst Field Trial Club, started with the Members' Stake on
Monday last and continued through Friday with the Derby and
Free-for-All events. The Judges were Messrs. Ambrose Gaines
and R. T. Stedman.
Denwood Leta Ferris, a lemon and white pointer, owned and
handled by P. H. Powel, was awarded first place in the Members'
Stake. Kirk's Ashantee Dominant, owned and handled by Harry
D. Kirkover, was second and Pinehurst Beulah, owned and handled
by Leonard Tufts, was third.
The Derby was held on Tuesday and the awards were as follows :
First, Radio, owned by Dr. J. S. Brown ; second, Wagley Dot, owned
by Dr. J. T. Sevier ; third, Silk Stockings, owned by H. I. Hedwick.
Kirk's Ashantee Dominant, the lemon and white pointer dog
which finished second in the Members' stake and one of the most
consistent field trial winners in the country, was awarded first honors
in the Free-for-All event. Second place went to Chesterfield's
Palmetto Pat, owned by Dr. O. H. Purvis, and third place to John
Bimpkin's Jack, entered by E. V. Boatwright.
The various stakes were not completed in time for a full account
of the trials in this issue of the Outlook, but will be given in full
in a later issue.
Forestry Convention at Pinehurst
THE twelfth annual Forestry Convention, held under the
joint auspices of the North Carolina Forestry Association
and the State Geological and Economic Survey, opened at
the Berkshire Hotel at Pinehurst on Tuesday of last week and
continued through Wednesday.
The meeting opened Tuesday morning with an invocation by
Rev. T. A. Cheatham and an address of welcome by Mr. Leonard
Tufts. This was followed by an address of the President, Hon.
Gallatin Roberts, of Asheville. Mr. Roberts summed up in a speech
of remarkable clarity the work of the conservation of forests and
other resources in the past, and told in graphic form things needed
to be done in the immediate future. He covered the whole ground
to be discussed at the meeting, which embraced the dual protection
of forests and wild life.
Among the visiting speakers at the session at Pinehurst were Hon.
J. G. Peters, Chief of the U. S. Forestry Service at Washington;
Major E. A. Goldman, of the United States Biological Survey at
Washington, and Mr. W. R. Mattoon, Extension Specialist, United
States Department of Agriculture.
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Colonel rigorously tested
ana aosoiuteiy balanced
rolls straight and true for the cup.
There is no "heavy side" or "off center"
to pull down your game just scientific
balance that keeps the Blue Colonel from
veering off direction.
Blue Colonel, Dimpled and Meshed
Marking, $1 each; $12 a dozen.
Colonel 1.62, Dimpled and Meshed
Marking, and Colonel 27, Dimpled
Marking, 75c each; $9 a dozen.
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Pedigreed Toy Dogs For Sale
Pekingese, Sealyhans, Terriers, Pomeranians, French
Bulls, Toy Poodles, Cocker Spaniels.
MRS. B. WEAVER
Foot of New York Ave. and Page St.
SOUTHERN PINES, N. C.
Pedigreed "Strongheart" Police Puppies, $65.00, C. O. D.,
on approval. You cannot buy a better dog for companion
ship and protection. Airedale pups $30.00.
R. F. D.
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$30 Per Acre
653 ACRES ROLLING LAND, SUITABLE FOR PEACHES,
TOBACCO OR GENERAL FARMING, BETWEEN
PINEHURST and KNOLL WOOD
The last opportunity for a large tract at the price in this vicinity. Half Gash
CHARLES P. HEYWARD
Southern Pines, N. C.
or any Agent