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Howard Sadelson is home from Buie's Creek Academy A good Remington typewriter for $20; call and see it at this office The Historic Route to the Confed erate Reunion at Louisville, May 30 June 3rd, is the Seaboard Air Line Railway." Prof. A. H. Pearson from Carle ton college, Minnesota, will preach in Congregational church to-morrow at 10.30 a. m W. S. Mussler, Mllihem, Pa., saved the life of his little girl by giving her One Minute Cough Cure when she was dying from croup; It is the only harmless remedy that gives immedi ate results. It quickly cures coughs, colds, bronchitis, grippe, asthma and all throat and lung troubles. John sons Pharmacy. Prof White of Guilford college is here in connection with the Minnesota college observatory at the Van Lindly farm ' As near as ve can ascertain the total eclipse of the sun will occur Monday morning at 8:4i) o'clock. If you haven't a big telescope get a piece of smoked glass. Mi E Hatfield of Endon, N C, with his wile, is stopping at the Eastman cottage Mr Hatfield has rented the C obb building on Penn sylvania avenue and will open up a general merchandise business We are pleased to have with us for a few days Prof. F. E. Seagrave and Mrs. G. A. Seagrave, of Provi dence, U. I., and Prot. C. A. L. Sandin, of Cambridge, Mass. They are making preparations for ob serving the eclipse of the sun near the residence of Mr. J H. Tilgh man 011 observatory Hill, and will be ready by Monday a. m. ' Aftpr suffering from severe dys- twelve vears and using many remedies without permanent good I finally took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It did me so much good I rec ommend it to everyone," writes J. n. Watkins, Clerk and Recorder, Chilh cothe, Mo. It digests what you eat. Johnson's Pharmacy. For some time Chas. D. Benbow has been investigat ing Round Knob, on the Wes tern road, with a view of pur chasing. Satnrday he closed the deal. The DroDerty embraces thir teen hundred acres, including hotel and several farm houses, as well as some of the finest scenery in the country. It is presumed that Mr. Benbow will greatly improve me nlace. making of it an ideal summer resort. Greensboro Recorp Our Offer of A vMr and 6 months subscription is only , good to July 1; make use of the SPRING MEDICINES. THE BEST OF THEIR KIND. t ..$...g....g"3.i.H"H , Our U. S, P. Sarsaparilla, TONIC AND BLOOD PURIFIER. Acts on blood, stomach and liver, and keeps you from getting sick. Large bottles for 50 cts. Elizabeth's Beef, Wine and I Tonic, Stimulant, Nourishing. The IrOn, Dest medicine when you get up tired and have no appetite. 75c. for pint bottle. Johnson's Neutralizing Cor- j;0 A safe and sure remedy for all forms Ulal, of bowel troubles. Promptly corrects all tendency to intestinal indigestion so com mon in warm weather. 25c. OUR SODA FOUNTAIN are sure to find something you $ n 1 1 .1 1 TH W like. We have a long list ot beverages, ail cooi, reiresmng anu ucm,- ious. You should have your drink every day. 1 JOHNSON'S PHARMACY. INVITATION. A general invitation is extended to everybody Uo visit our New Store no matter whether you make a purchase or not. We have the goods and will be pleased to show them to you and give you prices. We carry a full and complete stock of Staple f Fancy Groceries; FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERIES. ' Your patronage solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. PEOPLES CASH STORE, A, W1NEST1NL PROFR, SOUTHERN PINES, N C, CURTIS BUILDING. V & S. THOMAS, DEALER IN All kinds of HARDWARE, Paints and Oils, Screen Doors, Windows, Wire Cloth, Horse Collars, Bridles, SWEAT PADS, ALSO FARMING TOOLS, PLOWS, - . 1 s j i ii;rQi and a11 ViTirls nf shelf hard ly ones, noes, ana agouu imc ui iuvo, mugw, ware, pocket cutlery. We have a good assortment of almost anything you all nrofits forcash. NO crop can grow with out Potash. Every blade - of ; Grass, every grain of Corn, all Fruits and Vegetables must have it. If enough is supplied you can count on a full crop if too little, the growth will be "scrubby." Send for our books telling all about composition ot fertilizers best adapted for all crops. They cost you., nothing. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau St.. New York. i rv 11 At a meeting of the County Board of Elections to bo held at the Court-house on Friday, the 1st. day of June, 1900, the voting precincts and polling places in the County will be established. Persons inter ested in any changes in pre cincts or polling places will be heard at thisnneeting. Mayor Gladmon, H. L. Thurston, and F. H. Weaver will meet with this committee in the interest of a voting pre cinct for Southern Pines LADIES NOTICE. I am prepared to do dressmaking or plain sewing, also millinery work. Your patronage solicited, Mrs. C. C. Stevick At Potter's School. Executor's Notice. Having qualified as executor to the will of Abbia A. , Wilson; notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against her estate to present them on or before January ist, 1902 and all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment. C W." Shaw, Executor. May 15th I900. Grape Growers will please please note , that we are taking Orders for grape wraps. Trinity Church: Jimtown. ' Rev. J. M. Mitchell, Pastor. Preach ing every 3rd Sunday at 11 a. m. and n 11. 111.. mi cx v v-a juivvi-iiifc w j - 7 ' day night; Sunday School at 3 o'clock p. m. All are invitea. S. A. L. Hotel and Dining Room MONROe, N. G. Meals for every train. Perfect ser vice and first-class accommodations. J. J:LINDSEY, Propr. FURNITURE REPAIRING, BLACKSMITHIN&, Painting or Eepainting, And GENERA L - RE PA IRING. P. K. McLEAN. Cor Page st. and N. Y. avenue. opportunity NOW. Waul 111 LUC UiUUWiUC iijut, auu imi twi ' " 7 w x v. i --iv--. -S '