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THE PNEUMATIC GOLF BALL is lightest at the
There's air there compressed air.
This gives the PNEUMATIC a marked advantage over
rubber-covered balls in flight.
Remember your school book told you "The most rapid
ly revolving sphere holds truest in its course"
Thai's the principle.
Because of its lightness at the center the driver's stroke
Be Pneumatic Golf Ball
a greater amount of underspin than it does to a solid rubber
Therefore, it revolves faster, goes straighter, carries far
ther The PNEUMATIC'S cover is of extra-tough Para rubber
Unlike gutta percha covered balls, the PNEUMATIC
will not cut or gash, no matter what treatment it receives.
The PNEUMATIC is splendidly responsive Id the long
game, dependable for the approach,deadly accurate for the
The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co.
(Golf Ball Dept.) Akron, Ohio.
PURE OLIYE OIL
Fall Half Pint
Park & Tilford,
S. S. Pierce co
WASHINGTON, D. C.
American and European Plan. Absolutely Fireproof
Located in the most Fashionable part of the city and within five minutes walk of the Executive
Mansion, Treasury, State, War and Navy Departments.
John T. Devino, Proprietor.
Many Visitors Coming anOemand for
Pleasures Indoor and Out Combining
Happily Witn Fine Weather.
SI arcb a Record llrealter.
IDSEASON is still at its
height with the local
hotels crowded very close
to their capacity, and the
demand for accommoda
tions continuing un.v
bated. Not only is there a big influx of
visitors from the far South, but many
from the North are coming as well, and
March will round out one of the most
important months in the history of Pine
hurst. Social pleasures, both indoors and'out,
golf, tennis, riding, driving and other
sports and recreations are tilling in the
time pleasantly, and numerous affairs are
Read, Ottawa, come for an extended stay.
Mr. John C. Haymaker, Pittsburg, returns to
remain through March.
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo G. Morse, Yonkers, N. Y.,
are here for a long sojourn.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wolcott, Miss Berry, Roch
ester, N. Y., will remain through March.
Mr. Donald McFadon, Cambridge, Mass., and
Mrs. Wm. McFadon, Quincy, 111., will spend
several weeks here.
Mr. Donald Dey and Mr. Donald M. Dey, Syra
cuse, N. Y., return for March.
Mr. G. T. Howard and Mr. George II. Simonds,
Boston, arc here for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. L. Adams, Miss II. M.
Adams and Miss M. W. Adams, will remain
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hooker, New Haven,
Conn., will remain several weeks.
Mr. F. W. Stevens, Morrlstown, N. J., comes
for ten days gof f .
Mr. J. Mahler, New York, will spend March
Mr. and Mrs. Guy E. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Shoaff, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. May and Mr.
W. W. May, New York, are completing short
Judge John C. Hale, Cleveland, will spend
Mr. S. Hale and Miss Hale, Cambridge, Mass.,
and Mr. E. B. Hale, Boston, willspend March
Mr. W.'JC. Fownes and Mr. II. C. Fownos,
Mr. andMrs iWVS.LPeck "Jr., Syracuse, N. Y.,
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being planned for the near future. Never
before has the cordial good-fellowship
of the Village been better exemplified
or more delightful spring days been the
At Trie Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Denny, Miss Denny,
Miss Elizabeth McNair and Mr. J. F. Zarembo,
will remain two weeks.
Mr. A. G. Lund, Boston, is completing a short
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford D. Gregory, Mrs. D. H.
Gregory and Mrs. A. P. Palmer, Jr., Albany,
N. Y., return for March.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Holden, Miss Gertrude
Ilolden, Cleveland, Ohio, are here for the leason.
Mrs. A. L. Taft and Mr. George S. Taft, Wor
cester, Mass., will remain through March.
Mr. J. Roberts Allen, Ottawa, returns for the
Dr. C. C. Straugh, Matawan, N. J., will remain
Mr. S. A. Harris, Minneapolis, joinB his wife
Mr. and' Mrs. II. G. Runkle, Miss Mary G.
Runkle, Miss Belle Carroll, Plainfleld, N. J., will
remain until April.
Mr. and Mra. Chas. E. Read, Master Edrlc
will spend March here.
Mr. Geo. O . Leavitt and Mr.F.B. Bowen, New
York, return for several weeks golf.
Mr. E. B. Humphreys and Mr. David Boyd,
Jr., Camden, N. J., are here for several weeks.
Mr. James F. Bliss, Mrs. L. K. Murdock and
Mrs. Geo. E. Duren, Newark, N. J., will remain
Mr. Chas. F. Terhune, New York, will make
an extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. J. Sill and Miss J. D. Sill,
Philadelphia, return for their annual visit.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Wilsey, and Mr. and Mrs.
William Freeman, Miss Ethel Freeman, Mont
clair, return for a short visit, welcomed by many
Mr. J. S. Brown, Passaic, N. J., is making a
Mrs. S. M. Schatzkin, son and maid, Passaic,
N. J ., are completing a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Ward, New York, return
Mrs. Howard M. Fanning and Miss Fanning,
New York, will remain through March.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Leo and Miss Beatrice
Leo, New York, will make a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Mcintosh, Cleveland, are
here for an extended visit.
Mrs. W. W. Blackburn and Frederick Black
burn, Pittsburg, return for their annual sojourn.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Langdon Eustis and
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