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fllE FKEE PKESS, SOUTHERN PINES, N. C, JUNE 24, 1899.
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THE GUN CLUB SHOOT.
The club , had twelve shooters
out yesterday afternoon, and a
great deal of interest was manifes
ted. Mr. V. D. Kenerson easily
won the box of shells put up by
fill. H. S. Wakeman, and besides
winning the prize wore the honor
of breaking 14 out of a possible 15
With becoming dignity. Following
is the score each man having fif
teen targets :
V D Kenerson 14
L Grover 10
11 S Wakeman 10
E D Oslin 9
SW Thomas 8
0 McQueen 8
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ine club will shoot again next
Friday, and it is expected that it
will be a special , practice shoot
preparatory for a spirited contest
on Tuesday July 4th
RE Geyer
C'E Grover
S Widdifield
Fred rlSJiomas 6
Fred Weaver
B W Leavitt 4
' vinig America will cele
brate 'Itourth of July with a
burst of patriotism, the flash
of fire works and the popping
of torpedoes in the grove near
Mr. Chatfield's, Fourth .of
July evening in manner simi
lar to last year. All our public
spirited citizens will' be irivit
ed to contribute t something
towards firewaf ks for proper
celebration of the glorious
Fourth., Av -committee, ha
been appointedf who will call
on every body for this pur
pose. We might forget that
we belonged in the 4 'Land of
the free and the home of the
brave " if we were not remind
ed by a few sky rockets once
a year.
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pQUkT H OF JULY BASKET
J PICNIC.
The people of Southern
Pines and vicinity are invited
to a basket picnic in the grove
near the base ball ground,
Tuesday, July Fourth. DinV
ner at one oclock. Come and
get acquainted with your
. neighbors.
Ice Cream and Lemonade
will be offered for sale.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
The annual meeting of the Grand
Lodge of the Knights of Pythias
of this stats' has been in session at
Fayetteville this week, Mr. H. O.
Parker representing the Southern
Pines Lodge. At Wednesday's
session officers were elected as ibl-1
lows: .Supreme Representative,
A. 0. Webb, Asheville; Grajid
Chancellor, W. I. Woodward, Wil
mington; Grand Vice-Chancellor.
D. F. Sum may, Charlotte; Grand
Prelate, S. I. Welch, Monroe;
Grand Keeper of Records and
Seals, W. T. Ilollowell, Goldsboro;
Grand Master at Arms, J. L. Scott,
Graham; Grand Inside Guard, II.
Strauss, Henderson; Grand Out
side Guard, E. E. Lawrence, Forest
City. .
The Raleigh Marble Works
CARRY A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
NOTICE. Rheem Roy would
ike to give lessons on B. Flat Cor
net to anyone wishing to learn to
play cornet,
Republieaii Jamais, stung
by the HavemeyW apothegm
"the tariff is the mother, of
Trusts" are at some pains to
show that the Sugar Trust
makes less money under the
operation of the Dingloy law
than it did under the1 Wilson
act, This is not answering
Havemeyer. The Snga r Trust
makes its profits out of tariff
discrimination, and' Have
meyer insists, witn canaia
greed, that the favorable dis
crimination'ought to be lar-
ger ttian i is. me sugar
schedule in the , Wilson law
was defective, for the., reason
hat its protective features
lad solid Republican support
and the aid of a few . treacle
eroiis Democrats. The at
tempt' to parry the force of
the HavtJmeyer thrust by
quoting the sugar schedule of
tii e Wilson law is about as
silly as the other excusa tory
plea that l,l rusts exist where
here is no "tariff." The wo
pie will know how to deal
with the Trusts; but the first
step is to pull away the Gov
ernment props. Phil. Record
AND
HEADSTONES.
Come and make your selection. -
ff you can't come write for their
NEW CATALOGUE.
It will help to make your selection
Sell Iron Fences, We Pay the Freight,
COOPER BROTHERS,
PROPRIETORS.
C. J. BROWN & CO.,
BANKING ,& IXV"R,S'J'MBXT
' ' SOUTHERN PINES, N, G,
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Interest Paid On Time Deposits.
ROS ELAND LOTS AND ACREAGE FOR SALE.
Healthf Food Brings Health. ;
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Louis Couch entertained his
young friends to the number
pf. twenty , on his thirteenth
birthday,' this week. They
were entertained in the best
.Ozone style.
If you wish a good weekly
paper leave your order for a
subscription to the Atlanta
Constitution, which will be
sent you in connection with
the Feee Press both on year
for n 50.
To Take the Sting Out of Sunburn.
A good cure for sunburn is
made by slicing and soaking
a cucumber for a few hours in
milk, and bathing the face
two or three times a day with
it. Dry the face carefully
afterward, using a soft towel,
July Ladies' Home Journal,
JOHN F. STRATTON'S
Celebrated QUITAES.
Importer and Wholesale"
Dealer la all Kinds or
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE,
Send for JOHN F. STRATTON CO.
Catalogue. 62 Gran d St. N ew York.
L. B. GOODRICH,
DEALER IN
Fine and Staple Groceries.
Makes a specialty HEALTH FOODS. Bread
baked fresh every day. Goods delivered to
any part of the town ;
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