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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 5A
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
The choicest American and Foreign Virgin Wool Fabrics
for sport wear. Virgin wool blankets in wonderful colorings.
Steamer rugs made of the finest wools. Fabrics selected by
experts, months in advance of the seasons. Clow's Gift
Shop at Pinehurst and Miss Julia McDermott's store at
Southern Pines will be pleased to show you samples on
For Sale or Rent
COUNTRY PLACE NEAJt PINEHURST
WO 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 J truck
garden. Purchaser may buy house and lot alone or .lnde
veloped land only, or both together.
For particulars see
C. P. MASON, Manager Real Estate Department
A. S. NEWCOMB & CO.
The Pinehurst Outlook
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Notes of the Week
Pinehurst friends of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Dingley, of Auburn,
Maine, will be pleased to know that they have purchased the Lenoir
cottage and will make this their permanent winter home. Mr. and
Mrs. Dingley have been going to Florida every season for a number
of years, and the fact that they became so delighted with Pinehurst
upon their first trip here speaks well for the charms of the place.
They are ardent golfers and Mr. Dingley owns a string of fine race
horses which he expects to winter and race here. The Dingleys
will be welcome additions to the winter colony.
The week has been full of delightful teas, dinners and dances.
Among these was a farewell tea given by Mrs. Parker W. Whitte
more at the Cabin before leaving for a trip to Bermuda, at which
there were about thirty guests. The Cabin was beautifully decorated
with spring flowers.
Mrs. George A. Lawrence, of Cambridge, Mass., entertained at
tea at the Club on Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. E. I. Bosworth
and Miss Bosworth, of Southern Pines; Mrs. Charles H. Ash and
Mrs. Arthur P. Yearsley, of Coatsville, Pa., and Mrs. M. W. Jones,
of Germantown, Pa.; who have been guests at the Berkshire and
returned home by automobile this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Huntley N. Spaulding, of Rochester, N. IL, were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George N. Towle at the Berkshire
on Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Conant, who have been annual visitors
at The Carolina for a number of years but are at the Mid-Pines
Club this season, had a number of their Pinehurst friends over to
the Club on Thursday for luncheon and golf. In the afternoon the
ladies took part in a putting contest, which was won by Mrs. George
Mrs. T. T. Watson gave a Springtime tea and bridge at her cot
tage, Halfway, in honor of her guest, Mrs. S. C. Scull, of Phila
delphia. The cottage was a perfect garden of jonquils and other
spring flowers. Among those present were Mrs. George J. Jenks,
Mrs. William Conant, Mrs. Charles F. Lancaster, Mrs. Homer
H. Johnson, Mrs. William B. Merrill, Miss Josephine Chapin, Mrs.
George N. Towle and Mrs. Byron V. Covert. The prize winners
were Mrs. Merrill and Mrs. Lancaster.
On Friday afternoon Mrs. A. S. Gilman entertained a number of
friends at bridge. Among them were Miss Lydia Wright, Mrs.
William Barr, Mrs. Byron V. Covert, Mrs. William B. Merrill,
Mrs. C. L. Bausher and Mrs. George N. Towle. Mesdames Bausher
and Covert were the prize winners.
At the Country Club on Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
W. Page entertained about twenty of their friends at dinner, and
the same evening Mr. F. C. Newton was host to a large party for
dancing and a midnight supper.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Duryea, who are staying at Mid-Pines, were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Theophilus King, of Boston, at The
Carolina on Friday evening.
Mrs. Edward G. Fitzgerald was hostess to a number of friends at
tea and bridge at the Club on Thursday afternoon. Among her
guests were Mrs. J. H. Gallup, Miss Ethel Lemont, Mrs. F. W.
Agan, Mrs. W. B. Ballou, Mrs. F. W. Kennedy, Miss Elizabeth
Smith, Mrs. W. T. Barr, Mrs. W. K. Stebbins, Mrs. R. B. Hilliard,
Mrs. R. R. Cookman and Mrs. G. K. Norton. The first prize was
won by Mrs. Hilliard and the consolation prize went to Mrs.