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HAVE YOU TRIED J
AND EVERYBODY WAS THERE!
the "Wonder Ball?"
The rubber painted ball that will give
you 10 to 25 more yards and yet putt
"dead" the only ball ever made
with these opposite characteristics
Orange Spot Full Size Heavy Depressed Marking
Maroon Spot Full Size Floater Depressed Marking
Purple Spot Medium Size Medium Pebbled Marking
Green Spot Small Size Heavy Depressed Marking
Black Spot Small Size Medium Depressed Marking
You can buy them at the Pinehurst
' See what you can do with it
THE B. F. GOODRICH CO., Akron, Ohio
Commonwealth Avenue, BOSTON
Near Massachusetts Avenue Car Lines and
New Subway Station
Distinctive JBoaton Ibouse
Some globe trotters have been good enough
to say that the Puritan is one of the most
attractive and homelike hotels in the world.
Inquiries gladly answered.
The booklet of the hotel with guide to
Boston and its historic vicinity will
be mailed on receipt of your card.
0. P. COSTELLO
The Jewelry Shop
Large and Varied Stock of
Silverware and Notions
Pinehurst, N. C.
Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Baths,
Excellent Table, Moderate Bates
EDWARD FITZGERALD, Manager.
Summer Season: THE COLUMBUS, White
Mountains, Bethlehem, N. H.
Prom the Best Manufacturers Only
Repairing of Jewelry and Engraving of
All Kinds, All In Our Own Shop
by Skilled Workmen
MAY WE SERVE YOU?
Dr. Ernest W. Bush
Southern Pines, North Carolina
THE PINE CREST INN
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A recent delightful addition to
Pinehurst' s Hotels
Mrs. E. C. Bliss.
Exquisite Novilties from Many Lands
Laces, Embroideries, Jewelry
THE CAROLINA EXHIBITION ROOM
LIFT-THE-L AT C H
Teas, Luncheons, and Suppers
The Misses Little, Pinebluff, N. C.
JP O It SHE
About 8,000 acres of land, in body, within
one mile of Highway route, four miles from
railroad. Satisfactory terms. Apply to
W. ERVIN McGILL, Fayetteville, R. F. D. No. 3, N. C.
Carolina I3niiloyeeIHafiuerale Pulls
in few Tricks Which .Even Momt
NOT in the same class
with Wednesday even
ing 's masquerade of
Carolina employees was
a three ring circus
no, not for a minute!
The only possible way
to have kept track of it
would to have been
octopus-eyed and then a few tricks would
probably have been pulled by the other
side. If And everybody was there, don't
mention it; and did they linger!
'Twas a long wait for Tipperary be
tween seats and grand pirade but the
orchestra livened things up a bit by play
ing " Marching Through Georgia" in
' ' our next will be our last stanza form, ' '
craning its musical necks meanwhile for
the first glimpse of the oncoming line
which didn't come on, because it was
busying itself with formation. If But, in
due season, a buzz from the outside con
veyed the good news, and from that
moment until midnight there was never
a dull period.
'Didn't see half of it," was the only
plaint, so here's a suggestion of what
there was to see, gathered by the head of
our poultry department be sure and read
the advertisements at risk of life
and limb. If It would be difficult indeed
to select the "best" costume. Perhaps
we are giving this distinction to ' ' The
Spirit of '76" because it appealed to
our patriotic sense, but it was, neverthe
less, the old masterpiece brought to life in
every realistic, thrilling detail: Louis
Warren, the grandfather; Fred Knight,
the father; and Rodger Rood, the son;
its effectiveness enhanced by Father
Times (Marie Gowans) and Uncle Sam
and Liberty (Gertrude Nolin and Rose
Schoenwerk) who preceded the trio.
If Probably because they headed the pro
cession, our attention was also centered
on May Eisenhauer as Peace, garbed
in white and carrying a white dove,
closely followed by a flag staff with the
stars and stripes (Alice Hennessey) a
sailor (Elizabeth Stauffer) and a soldier
(Howard Donald). Among the comics
George Sullivan as Keystone Charlie was
about the cleverest thing that has ever
navigated the deep sea pike, and I. E.
Reintz was mighty good as the Before
the War Caddie which all Pinehurst re
grets is vanishing into the background.
1f George Scott was surely the Bank of
Pinehurst, hidden inside a perfect replica
in miniature of this quaint bit of colonial
architecture, and much the same idea was
carried out by Freida Heminger who
walked inside a bale of cotton, and
Beatrice Joyce who pushed before her as
much of the Pinehurst Department Store
as it was possible for one person to move.
Earl Cummings and Ben Hill had as
fine a take-off on the Pinehurst Fire De
partment as could be imagined hook
and ladder and hose cart combined not
to mention alarm bell, so-wester3, rubber
coats and fire pails, and there were sev
eral very dainty costumes among which
Miss Margaret Lenahan as Little Boy
Blue, and Jeanette Beaudette and Mae
Smith as John Alden and Priscilla were
easily the leaders. Surely the Pinehurst
baseball nine including Ruth Carleton,
Maude Mitchell, Bessie Duffey, Winifred
Mustoe, Sadie Kelley, Winnie McDonald,
Theresa Johnson, Lois Fuller, Lillian
Edelbluth and Francis Young (the man
ager) furnished the necessary contrast!
If G. W. Odell was about the snappiest
thing in the "feminine" line upon the
floor garbed in black velvet gown and
hat, with George Ahem a close second.
And yes, there were ' ' others ; ' ' some
thing like a hundred in all of which the
following is presented as a complete
means of identification: The Misses
McAnney, "The Spirit of '76"; Janet
Foulis, Little Girl; Lena Atwood, Pine
hurst Eggs; Leita Reintz, Turkish Lady;
Frank Wheeler, Out for Dough; Georgie
Wright, Bank of Pinehurst; Agnes Crab
tree, Tramp; Flossie Frye, Tramp's
Wife; Mary Bennett, Pinehurst Swell;
A. Beulah Chick, Clown; Maude Barrett,
Policeman; Robert E. Wenning, Pine
hurst Outlook caddy; Lee Everett, The
Long Leaf Pine; Arthur L. Hicks, Rustic;
Ivan Arner, Little Boy; II. Lee Caddell,
Sand Hill Farmer; Catinka Anderson,
Clown; Gladys Foulis, Spring Styles for
Men; Alice Johnston, Spring Styles for
Women; E. Blomberg, Clown; Harold
O'Brien, Jewish Tough; C. E. Schroder,
Colored Jockey; Marion Raleigh, Riding
Master; James B. McKittrick, Mammy.
Leon York, Colored Boy; George
O'Hern, Society Girl; James B. Roche,
Clown; George D. Perry, Jr., Bowery
Tough; Louis Do Lande, His Pal; Carrie
Lester, Pinehurst Vegetables; Delia F.
Bourke, Golf Calendar Lad; Harold
Tliemen and II. L. Caddell, Sand Hills
Farmers; Elmer Knight, Clown; Annie
Leaman, Green Lady; Priscilla Shaw and
Sophie Duffy, Chinamen; Tena McQueen
and Minnie McGilvery, Name Us; Edward
Blomberg, Clown; Mary Mulkern, Futur
ist; Hazel Gilchrist, Red Riding Hood;
Charity Brinser, The Candy Kid; Ollie
Frye, Lady; A. T. Darchmont, Folly;
Agnes Graves, Cleaner; Mary Hill, Vie
trola; Mary Burrell and A. E. McDonald,
Darkies; Florence Blomerth, Dutch
Cleanser; Victoria Norbuth, Rag Muffin;
Jane Gill, Coleen; E. Hynoff, "Cohen."
Francis Duffy and Annie Hart, Hiram
and S'mantha; Lois J. Hart, Magazine
Girl; Celia Walsh, Sand Hill Farmer;
Inez Sewart, Sand Hill Farmer's Wife;
Theresa W. Feely, Sun Flower; Margaret
W. Feely, Peace to All Nations; William
Jordan, Red Raven Splits; Lenore Cous
ins, the Ideal Tour; Effie Wilbert, Pepsin
Gum; May Pero, Dutch Girl; Jack Kil
oy, Society Girl; Margaret Ward, Society
Belle; Louise Tilley, After Dinner
Mints j Max Greene, Scotch Lad; Kath
erine Smith, Scotch Lassie; Elizabeth
Millen and Mary Brosnan, Nora Kennedy
and May Howe, Salvation Army ; William
H. Davis, "Miss Smith; " Frank Harvey,
Ballet Dancer; Stella Butler, Dairy Maid.