ISMBBSMLlii PINEHURST OUTLOOK 7
TOM WElrliS, Inc.
Practical and Scientific Instruction by
Leading Professional Golfers
Golf Clubs made to order by Expert
Golf Coats and Sweaters in the
BROADWAY AT 81st STREET
Wells Pendulum Putter
Just the club for the fast
Relaxes the left wrist to a natural posi
tion and keeps the face of the club in a
direct line to the hole, thus giving
A marked improvement in your putting
Send Fob One
Send for description of new St. An
drew's Golf Bag for Togs and Clubs
A Bayberry candle
Burned to the socket
Brings luck to the house
And gold to the pocket.
Instead of a Christmas card why not send two of our 3y2 inch
Christmas hand dipped
They come packed in a dainty little box with a "Greetings,"
12 boxes $1.25; 6 boxes 75 cents, postpaid
For generations Cape Cod people have used
FRAGRANT BAYBERRY BAGS
to polish flatirons on. They are effective and economical, and the
odor which arises when the hot flatiron touches them is delightful.
These bags also have the pungent fragrance peculiar to the bayberry
and are used bv manv in bureau drawers. Packed in green boxes
with the "Rhyme of the Bayberry Bag." 15 cents each, postpaid
An attractive little novelty carrying with it the very essence
of Cape Cod soil is the
BAYBERRY WAX "THIMBLE"
This article used in sewing baskets and bags is molded from pure
Cape Cod bayberry wax in the shape of a thimble. The handle is
a little cluster of bayberries so that the recipient can see what real
Caoe Cod bavberries look like. A loop of red ribbon adds to its
attractiveness. Packed in a green box. 15 cents each, postpaid
A favorite bavberrv specialty is a box containing six 7-inch,
full diameter, hand dipped bayberry candles with hand tinted
card "The Birth of the Bavberrv "
$1.00, postpaid. Box of 12, $1.80, postpaid
Two erlasses Wild Beach Plum Telly in holly box
50 cents, postpaid
With glasses in basket work $1.00, postpaid
Our interesting catalogue, which will be sent on request, describes
many otner novelties
Cape Cod Products Co.
NORTH TRURO, MASS.
Jupiter Island Golf Course
Good Nine Hole Golf
Course, of about 3,000
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vu, xiavixlua yards, ou the ocean front.
Joe Mitchell, of the Cleveland Country Club, professional in charge
Comfortable quarters at Pine Ridge Inn, Hobe Sound.
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AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
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Telephone SOUTHERN PINES
Photography MERROW PeYeloplng
The Pineliurst Studio
Manicure, Shampooing, Chiropody
and Marcel Wave
LAURA AGNES WALKER, Room 2, THc 04R0LINA
The Fulname Golf Ball Marker
Now Installed at The Pinehurst
Take your FULNAME DIE with you
or order a new one there
Golf's Greatest Convenience
llie Fulname Company
AT THE CAROLINA
A Week Of Settling Down Before the
Arrivals At the Famoui Hostelry
Keep Pace With the
Advent of Winter
THE corridors are as
suming the familiar as
pect of the mid-winter.
In the afternoon a fel
low sociably inclined
can now be sure to find
old friends around the
tea table, and to hear the
story of the day 's foozles
and miracles on the links, and be joined
by those happy souls in riding togs that
have covered their ten miles on the sandy
paths. The cottage colony are gathering
for the evening dances and echoes of field
and stream can be heard even in the
billiard room during our after dinner
Richmond; E. J. Chamberlin, Montreal;
S. A. Mageath, New York; Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin H. Baker, New York; E. W.
Phinney, Lynn, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs.
Denny, Pittsburgh, A. P. Staples, Roa-'
noke, Va.; H. T. Hall and George L.
Hall, Roanoke; Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Hopkins, Short Hills, N. J. ; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles R. Hall, St. Petersburg; Mr. and
Mrs. Shoemaker, Morristown, N. J.; Mr.
and Mr. Gilbert D. Beev and Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Richardson, Trenton, N. J.;
Mr. and Mrs. E. Palmer Gavil and Miss
Ann Gavil, Albany; J. G. Clark, Phila
delphia; John T. Carter, New York.
Annie Oakley, the most famous shot in
in the world, will give an exhibition aMhe
Pinehurst Gun Club on December 23rd
at 3 p. m. Everyone, especially ladies,
Mrs. IB. JF. Knapii
Has taken charge of the Ehrehart proper
ty in the edge of the town, adjoining the
Waring estate, and is grubbing land along
the railroad for the extension of the
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smoke. The arrival of the New York
papers has become a function, and the
daily concert an institution. Behold the
season has entered the stretch.
Mr. William H. Childs is here in his
private car dodging the blizzard. With
him came J. II. Staats, T. Ashley Sparks,
A. B. Clements and R. II. Wallace from
New York. Mr. Sparks, who is an enthu
siastic horseman, has pretty wrell scoured
the neighborhood riding possibilities.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Crocker of
Fitchburg are spending the week earlier
this year than usual. Mr. Crocker is a
welcome arrival at the traps. His son
Charles T. Crocker 3rd, is with him, and
is taking a great deal of interest in the
agricultural possibilities of the section.
Mr. James Barber of Englewood, New
Jersey, has arrived for the round of golf
The pleasant company at the Carolina
has been augmented this week by the
coming of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Lan
caster of Boston; I. N. W. James, New
York; L. E. Newman, Cleveland; Mr. and
Mrs. II. Fayen, Montclair, N. J.; C. F.
Fayen, Montclair; Lloyd P. Wells and
Eustis Wells, St. Louis; J. A. Belvin,
JPAHSOar ANI AI1IBK WIN
(Concluded from 'page one)
. D. C. Rumsey by one point. The scores:
Donald Parson, Youngstown
T. A. Kelly, Southern Pines
C. E. Becker, Woodland
R. II. Hunt, Worcester
T. A. Cheatham, Pittsburgh 88
P. W. Whittemore, Brookline 80
T. B. Boyd, St. Louis 93
G. M. Howard, Halifax 93
C. B. Hudson, North Fork 97
Spencer Waters, National 101
R. C. Shannon, 2nd, Rockport 98
F. C. Abbey, Bethlehem
J. D. C. Rumsey, Brooklyn
N. B. Johnson, Cleveland
T. R. Goodall, Bellerive
J. M. Robinson, Arbor Beach '108
J. T. Newton Tuxedo 111
R. A. Swigert, Palmetto 110
W. II. Ormsbee, South Shore 105
W. II. Childs, Nassau 104
James Barber, Englewood 112
Philip C. Carter broke the record for
the new No. 1 course witJi a card of 73.