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iittiiiriii'"' a. tfc 1 c f 4 7 i t , i. THE FREE PRESS. VOL: 4 NO. 35. e. d. oslin, editor. SOUTHERN PINES, N. C, JUNE 20, 1902. $1.00 PER YEAR Southern Pines SANITARIUM ! ' The Leading Institution of the South. For the treatment of Chronio and Nervous Diseases. For circulars or other informa tion, address EDWIN GLADMON,M.D., SUPERINTENDENT, Telephone 27. P. 0. Box 26. Leave YoUr Laundry WITH A. S. & L. P. RUGGLES, AGENTS FOB ONE OF THE BEST LAUNDRIES IN THE STATE ' First-class work guaranteed and prices reasonable. Call for price list ana get rood service cheaply, quickly and satis actory. Phone 19. Southern Pines Hotel, ACCOMMODATES 50 GUESTS, Most convenient locality in town. Sanita ry plumbing, electric lights, hot and cold baths. Terms, including heat and light; $2 TO $4 PER DAY, $7 TO S5 PER WEEK, According to size and location of room. Careful attention given to table and serv ice. Only hotel in town with open flres and sleeping rooms on ground floor. Long er porches than any other hotel in town. No consumptives will be received at this hotel, rhone 15. W. E, GILES, Proprietor. DR. J. ERNEST JUDD, DENTIST, Crown and Bridge Work Specialist. Office Railroad Street. Will return to Southern Pines Sept. or Oct. LOCAL MENTION. FOR PLUMBING, STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING. HYDRAULIC AND PUMP WORK AT MODERATE PRICES apply to R. W. BROWN, Southern Pines, N. C. GEO. H. HUMBER, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW. Carthage, N. C. Telephone Connection with Southern Pines and Pinebluff. J. McN. Johnson, ATTORNEY RT LRW, Offers his scrviceato the citizen of South- T-! 1 .' A 1 4- J- v era rines anu uoiuuuuity. Auaiiauie, deeds, contracts and all office work a specialty. C. W. SHAW, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Attends to all business connected with the office; writing deeds and mortgages and abstract of titles a specialty SELLING OUT. I have a limited quantity of bicycle sundries which I am selling at cost. Prices about cut in half. I am out of the repair business, and have a great bargain in bicycle tools and materials for any one who does repairing. Call on me at R. M. Couch, Sons & Co.'s store. E. G. Couch. i """ 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 ' ' ' Real -Estate Agency. " : All classes of real estate, in city or coun try. Farms and timbered lands bought and .sold, wherever desired, on commis sion, or houses rented on easy terms. For terms, etc , call on or write W. H. QUICK, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, SAN FORD N. C. Lock Box 82. FOR SALE A new FranKlyn proof press. Will be sold for less than cost. Ad dress the FREE PRESS- ETamIv RicnifC Tho famous little pills. DeWltVs U i t z JuNut & btun, ? I REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. t Handles the Most Desirable Properties in Town, Both Improved and Un improved. We can suit You better than ant one elsl as to OHOIOE LOCATION AND REAL VALUE t Office on Railroad Street. Southern Pines, N. C. 4 A In hot weather smoke the little Robert Burns, io for is cents. Mild and sweet. The News Depot. Several oil-burning locomotives for the Southern Pacific railway have recently passed here over the o. a. Li. mey are oaa loDKing inventions, but are said to be very strong and swift movers. Mrs. A. E. Huckel, of Pinebluff, is with us today. The Niagara Grape and Fruit Co. are shipping some very fine peaches. Remember the canning factory and give them a chance to buy some of your fruits and vegetables for can ning. When you use extract of vanilla be sure you get the real thing. "We sell it in bulk. Cheaper and better than any bottled goods. Johnson's Pharmacy. Among the very busy people we find Mr. J. H. Tilghmau at the head of the list shippfng peaches and speculating on how to grow fruit without insects. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ruggles will leave on the 30th for a visit to Nor- walk, Conn. They have the best wishes of many friends for a pleasant visit and a safe return. Miss Sarah . Johnson, of Johnson's Pharmacy, v has gone to Kuoxville, Tenn., where she will attend a six week 's session of the Summer School of the South. We wish her a pleas ant trip. The tank, or town reservoir, has been cleaned out and the waterworks superintendent informs us that the only thing found in it was about an inch of clay which had settled on the bottom, there being no slime or visi ble filth discovered. The fruit shipped over the S. A. L gets into Norfolk two or three Jhours before the Southern- shipments arrive over tne ooutnern Kanway. mis gives the Southern Pines growers the top of the Norfolk market every morning. Up to Wednesday night R. W. Caviness, for the J. Van Lindley Co., Seal Estate Insurance. Houses for sale and rent. Choice lots in all parts of the city. THURSTON & PARKER, SOUTHERN PINES. - N. C. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. Pineshire Sanitarium, FOR TUBERCULOSIS AND DISEASES OF THE RESPIRATORY ORGANS; DR. LOUIS F. HIGH. Supt. The usual hour for consultation for per sons not residing in the house will.be observed. DR. W. P. SWETT. OFFICE HOURS, 8 TO 9 A. M. 4 TO 6 P. M. Dp. Harry MaG Knight All Acute and Chronic Diseases Success fully Treated WITHOUT DRUGS OR MEDICINE. Office Hours: 9 to li A. M., 2 to 5 P. M.. 7 to 8:30 P. M. Second floor, biick build- ng, opposite depot. The Bakery, HENRY WEBER, PBOP'R. that is "just the reason" they ad vertise with us so freely. Read all the commission mer chants ads m this issue of the Free Press. These men know a good thing when they see it, and had shipped 2,000 crates of peaches, 200 crates 01 blackberries ana 150 crates of plums. He informs us that he has a large number of peaches of the Triumph variety which he will begin shipping early next week. As is usual Mr. Geo. A. Woodard comes to spend the summer at South ern Pines. Mr. Woodnid is a teacher in Wilmington at the Gregory Insti tute, but enjoys his vacations with his family who live here permanently. Received today, a new lot of tennis balls. The News Depot. Among the many good and reliable representatives of the different com mission houses, we were pleased to meet with H. W. Moseley, of Norfolk, who was here several days represent ing his own firm. He secured many good shipments of peaches, and will doubtless do well by our growers. If you wish to find agent Peck these days hunt for him among the fruit packages; he some times goes behind the returns and calls for a new count. LEADS THEM ALL. 'One Minute Cough Cure beats all other medicines I ever tried for coughs. cold3, croup and throat and lung troubles," says D. Scott Currin of Loganton, Pa. One Minute Cough Cure is the only absolutely safe cough remedy which acts immediate- y. Mothers everywhere testify to the good it has done their little ones. Croup Is so sudden in its attacks that the doctor oiten arrives too late. It yields at once to One Minute Cough Cure. Pleasant to take. Children like it. Sure cure for grip, bron chitis, coughs. Johnsons Pharmacy. BREAD, ROLLS, CAKES, COOKIES Prompt service and your PATRONAGE SOLICITED I COLD MILK SHAKES. B. A. Hughes who went from here to Charlotte, is with us again as operator at the depot. Mrs. Hughes, who is sick at her homo in Marion, will come as soon as she is able to travel; and while we are glad to have here again, it is to be regretted that bad health on the part of Mrs. Hughes compels their return. W. H. Guess, the present operator, goes to Clinton S. C, as night operator. Theodore Heizman on Wednes- 0 day evening entertained quite a number of his young friends at his father's residence at the corner of New York avenue and railroad street, serving refreshments and enjoying games of different kinds. Present were Misses Reba and Florence Brown, Catherine JSwett, Prudence Giles, Lorena Shav, and Irene Couch, and Mess.Alviu Rob- bins, Louie Couch, Edward Thay er, Glenn Jones, Alfred Grover, James Sweet. Carl Brown, and Clemson Giles. Call at Johnson's Pharmacy and gta free sample of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are an elegant phys ic. They also improve the appetite, strengthen the digestion and regulate the liver and bowels. They are easv to take and pleasant in effect. 1 f: jf Ft I"; 1 1 it' It ! : j.vjU . : m V.