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A. S. NEWGOMB & COMPANY
Offer for Sale or Rent
ATTRACTIVE RESIDENCES IN PINEHURST
DESIRABLE COUNTRY PROPERTIES
HOUSES AND BUILDING LOTS
See Charles P. Mason
Manager Real Estate Dept.
We have purchased 122,000 pair U. S. Array Munson last shoes, sizes 5
to 12, which was the entire surplus stock of one of the largest U. S. Govern
ment shoe contractors.
This shoe is guaranteed 100 per cent, solid leather, color dark tan,
bellows tongue, dirt and waterproof. The actual value of this shoe is $6.00.
Owing to this tremendous buy we can offer same to the public at $2.95.
Send correct size. Pay postman on delivery or send money order. If
shoes are not as represented we will cheerfully refund your money promptly
NATIONAL BAY STATE SHOE COMPANY
296 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
W. W. WINDLE COMPANY
HpHE choicest American and Foreign Virgin Wool Fabrics
for sport wear. Virgin wool blankets in wonderful col
orings. Steamer rugs made of the finest wools. Fabrics
selected by experts, months in advance of the seasons. Mr.
Charton L. Becker is our Pinehurst representative, and will
show you samples on request.
For Sale or Rent
COUNTRY PLACE NEAR PINEHURST
TWO miles west of Carolina Hotel. House has living
room, dining room, two bedrooms with bath between;
kitchen and storeroom. Open fireplaces in both living and
dining rooms. Flues in bedrooms. Two porches. House is
Fifty acres land adjoining, suitable for peaches or truck
garden. Purchaser may buy house and lot alone or unde
veloped land only, or both together.
For particulars see
C. P. MASON, Manager Real Estate Department
A. S. NEWCOMB & CO.
At The Races
THE redoubtable LoveBerry, the speedy pacer belonging to
A. W. Hodges, of Benson, N. C, and driven by Moore,
kept on his winning way at the Jockey Club races this week
and won first money in the Outlook Pace, making the eleventh
straight victory for this good horse.
W. H. Cane, owner of the Good Time Stables at Goshen, N. Y.,
scored his usual "one or more victories" when he won the February
Trot with Let Fly and the combination harness race with Norman
Dillon. Wilbur J. Myers, of Springfield, Ohio, who formerly raced
a pretentious string throughout that section and who is making an
extended visit to Pinehurst, took part in the combination race and
won third money with Waupenee, Jr., entered by Ruohs Pyron.
Hot Muffins, entered by Mrs. C. H. Norton, of Mineola, L. I.,
and ridden by Snyder, outdistanced the field in the six furlong flat
race and Miss Helen Waring's Joe Milliner added another victory
to his long career when he came home in front in the five and half
The five furlong match race between Claude Walker, ridden by
Eric Hatch, and Anvil, with J. C. Thomas up, resulted in a victory
for the former. Thomas went off to a long lead but appeared over
confident in the stretch and the superb riding of Hatch landed him
a winner by a nose.
The steeplechase race brought out the best contest of the day.
This event was won by the Red Gables stable's Kate Glenn, ridden
by Smith, but only after a tough battle" with P. Christie's Notting
ham which hung to the winner's saddle cloth from the start to the
LoveBerry (Moore) 1 1
The Judge (Cane) 2 2
Billy Allen (Hawkins) 3 3
Time 2:17, 2:18.
Let Fly (Cane) 1 1
Baby Ruth (Hawkins) 2 2
Tom C. Webber (J. Thomas) 3 4
Binland (Sebree) 4 3
Time 2:21 J4, 2 '20.
COMBINATION HARNESS EVENT
Norman Dillon (Cane) 1 1
Billy Mack (F. Thomas) 2 2
Waupenee, Jr. (Myers) 3 3
Robert Ashland (Hawkins) .4 4
Time 2:21, 2:22y2.
SIX FURLONGS, FLAT
Hot Muffins (Snyder) 1
Spearlene (Rice) 2
Wausseon (Smith) , 3
Time 1 :17. Wellfound also ran.
FIVE AND HALF FURLONGS
Joe Milner (Wright) 1
Blue Jay (Rice) 2
No Trumps (Snyder) 3
Time 1:11. Hellsman also ran.
STEEPLECHASE MILE AND HALF
Kate Glenn (Smith) 1
Nottingham (Reader) 2
Misfit (Sullivan) 3