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- VOL. ;rro:18 k a osun, editor. :v SOUTHERN PINES, N. C, FEB. 19, 1904.
$1.00 PER YEAR.
DR. J. ERNEST JUDD,; ;
DENTIST, ;
rowiv'and Bridge ,Wqrk Specialist.
Office Railroad Street." '
, - . 'V''v.
- 'Piquet. tickets at the Piney Woods
" Inn. Monday evening will be 75 centsr
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Gejtr ar
' rived"froidlfew'-Yprk"yesfef(lay,.Mr
Geyerxcbming down to recuperte
frt;m';a short spel of, sickness'.
' $750 will rbuy" for home or in
'vestment, pleasant well 'furnished 7-
room cottage, center of town. ; Ad-
"dress I5.' O. Box 113, 'Southern Pines;
-4A very pleasant, call Monda3' from
Mr. II. L. Thurston, a former citizen
" ; here. He is now located "in Culpep
P", Ya- . . '.. . ''r':r
We 'failed to note the fa:t lastweek'
that Miss May Heizman entertained
the Ladies'-. Euchre Club on Wednes
, clay. Prize winners were: Mrs. St.;
John, first; Mrs. Wilson, second ; Mrs.
Bacon, third; Mrs. Butler, booby '
' Mrs. H." C. .Flint and Mrs. F. H.
v Weaver entertainei the Ladies' Eur
' chre Club at Mrs. Flint's Monday af.
ternoon. The first prize was won by
Mrs. Otto, of.' Pinehurst, Mrs. Erspn
f second - prize,, Mrs. Thompson 'third,
. and Mrs, : Stratraan the consolation.
. Governor 'Charles B; Ayeock and
, "fctaff will arrjye, at. Southern -Pines
. next & otfaay evening at 6"o'clock'and
will be tendered a reception ; at Piney
Woods 'inn' from 7 to 8, after which
an elaborate banquet will be tendered
uv the citizens of Southern Pines. It
is expected that delegations from
Aberdeen, Carthage, and Sanford will
be on hand, and the Governor and his
staff may rest assured that our citi
zens will do him proper honor.
February 22d is postponed until
next Tuesday. Therefore, The George
Washington entertainment will be
given next Tuesday evening at the
Opera House. At the conclusion of
the entertainment on the stage George
' and Martha Washington, assisted by
quite a number of other Colonial char
acters, will hold a reception, follow
ing which Washington pie and ice
cream will be served to all. An effort
is being made to make this the social
event of the season. All who assist,
numbering more than fifty, will be in
Colonial costume. Rehearsal Satur
day evenftig, 7.30. Dress rehearsal
Monday evening,
In talking with Commissioner Lea
vitt, this morning we were informed
that an immediate remedy for the
shortness of our water supply was at
hand and would be effected by laying
j a pipe from a near spring to the pump
' ing station. A combination of diffi
culties has prevented securing enough
' water, and this temporary arrange
ment will last until connection can
be made with the fine springs given
the town by Dr. B. von Herff.
v If you don't believe we are well
stocked with mineral waters, look
in our window Sadelson & Flint's
Southern Pines Pharmacy. r
BOILED HiM;
ASHLAND HAM,
Berlinger Ham. Bologna Sausage,
Presse I Pigs Feet. Cooked Roast
Beef and Chipped Dried Beef, all
Sliced to suit Purchaser at the
CITY MARKET
Phone 44 , : I. L. HAMLIN, Propr.
: LOOK AT the Ice, House for a
fine lot of hard wood, - which is for
sale. Apply to J. T. Scarboro.
, Call and look over our musical
inslruments--guitars, mandolins,
banjos, harps, and others too num
erous to mention, at Sadelson &
R'lAt's Southern Pines Pharmacy.
" The Ladies' Euchre Club was en
tertained, at Pinehurst last Tuesday
by Mrs; Ziber, the club going over on
a special car. Prize winners were :
Mrs. Stratman, first ; Mrs. J. L
Thphipspn, second"; Mrs. J. H. Ferris,
third ; Mrs Clarke, consolation. A
regular supper was served after cards.
Mrs. A. B. Seiliner. of Read
ing:, Pa., is a guesl of Mrs. Hunter
EckerL ,
' Among the arrivals this week 13
kiss Mary K. Richardson, a recent
graduate of Bellevne Hospital,
New York'-ranking second in a
diss of. 25-students. She will
spnd tfie sea. 'Vi with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs;S. A." Richafdson," at'
t!)Rel,tYiia,--Vorrier';fPakV
street aid Connecticut ave. Maine
is their native S-tate.
Special sale of cameras at ;re
duced prices for . 10 days, begin
ning February 22, 1901,' at South
ern Pines Pharmacy.
The Greensboro Female College was
destroyed by fire, yesterday morning
It cost in building $125,000, and was
insured for $40,000. No lives were
lost. , ,:
There appeas to be something do
ing in real estate the past few weeks.
James Boyd, of Chicago, has bought
the well-known Blue place, contain
ing over 500 acres. . He will make ex
tensive improvements. Junge & Beck
also notifies us that they have sold
the J. H. Bartholf place near Manly to
Walter Parker, and also three of the
School Board lots in block L & O, to
Miss Jenks.
Another Gase of Rhnmatism Cured
By Chamberlain's Pain Balm-
Tho efficacy of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm in the rtlief rheumatism is be
ing demonstrated daily. Parker Trip
lett, of Grigsby, Va., says that Cham
berlain's Pain Balm gave him perma
nent relief from rheumatism in the
back when everything else failed, and
he would not be without it. For sale
by Underwood Pharmacy and Sadel
son & Flint
FOR SALE
500 acres level land. Fine wafer
power on it, within four miles ot
Soul hern Pines, at the low piice
of $500.00.. "Title good
Apply to".' J. E. BUG HAN,
Manly, N.
- . The Masqierade Ball.
The Annual Masquerade Ball at the
Southern Pines Hotel last Monday even jng
was attended by a large numljof peo
ple, and was a splendid success. The
masks were appropriate and attractive,
and furnished, much amusement. Prizes
were won as follows; Miss Prudence Giles
as Queen of Hearts tooKfiret Fancy Prize,
and Mjss L . Sylvester, as the '"Old Apple
Woman" took the prize for the comical la
dies costume. D r. Blair as T rum Major"
took gentleman's first prize, while Mr. J.
PI Ferris, in ' Happy Hooligan' , won the
honor for the most comical. ' '
The weekly card party Tuesday at
.the Inn was well attended and a social
event of note. Those taking - the
prizes, were: ' ' .- j;:;
Table No. 1-Capt Clarke . and Mrs
Clarke, Mrs. EMit t and Mrs.- B. H. Butler.
Table No. 2 Mrs Wm. Geyer and Miss
Sutler, Mr Leon St John and Mr. Moore
head Table No 3 -Mrs. Maloney and
Miss Erson, Miss Dennison and Mr. Jaque
Cohen. , ,.
- Pembroke Lodge,
COR, BENNETT ST. AND CONN VTB
NOW OPJEN
Pleasant and convenient rooms, and
Ideation all that could be desired Terms
reasonable. . - ' ,
MJSS ANGIE GORDON,
GARNET RINGS,
Birth-Stone for January,',
We have 'a large assortment in'
beautiful patterns, and , at prices to
suit every purse. Cc-nSult us for, all
your jvants in,jur ine.v JLs1c",ldrr6ne
of our beautiful calendars.'; ,
N D. WELLS, "
-Southern Pines Jeweler.
Southern Pines Market,
D.P. KELLY, rrop.
FRESH MEATS, BEEF,
CHICKENS, AND FISH,
The best in all lines, and prompt
and courteous attention. 'Phone 1.
PLEASANT VIEW COTTAGE,
MRS. R. SANDERSON, Proprietress. .
CHOICE ROOMS,
Good location, ani everything home-like
and comfortable. Table boaders taken.
Near Cor, Broad St.and Mass. avenue'.
FOE PLUMBING SEE
R. W. BROWN.
Steam and Hot Water Heating, Hydra n
le and Pump Work at
MODERATE PRICES.
SOTHERN PINES, N. O.
FOR SALE!
About 20,000 first class Lucretia
Dewberry Plants.
.J " . W. J. and G. P. Young,
Piney Woods Fruit and Dairy Farm,.
Southern Pines, N. C.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATRIX.
Having qualified as administratrix, with
the will annexed, of the estate of Geo. W.
P. Jerrard. deceased, general notice is
hereby given all persons having claims
asrainst said estate to present them to the
undersigned duly authenticated on or be
fore the 15th day of Decembar 1994, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of their re
coyery. All persons indebted said estate
will please make immediate payment.
This Dec 15 1903.
CATHERINE S GERRARD
Administratrix.
The Piney Woods Inn;
NOW OPJEN.
- Modem In alls its Appointments. '
v Entirely new and Sanitary plumb
V ing. Room3 with Bath attached.
the rcrar
Is alwas op.n for inspection. Rates
gladly turnislied aijd booklets given free.
NO CONSUMPTIVES EVER RECEIVE!?.
1 y LEON ST. JOHN, Manageb.
IfOR RENT!
r U KIN lJSnliiJ LU 1 1 A LrKb
: A Mfl . ADA DTMUHTC
FcrLight Ho asseeping, ,v:";; V-.
ClAnn Comf nrfn Ma r!nnvri1pTit. nnd
Pleasant Apartments of 2, 3, 4L5, 6 or 7
Rooms each. ' : :;.
Apply to J.C. STANlyEY,
, aoutnern Pines, JSi,v;
Tit ...... . .
rnone aa. . -, , -; ,JVw-.-1
HeW Paper,
, KeW PCiprjitilre
NeW fAayaQeriyerii.
Gould & Wilcox. .
, CostS'You
To see ourline'of
ELECTRIC MLLaMSlp
AhHr6ry.rlillle to have ilone put
in your house.. ;
CITY TELEPHONE CO.
D. F, MCADAMS, .
FIRST-CLASS WORK AT REASONA,
BLE PRICES.
Office Municipal Building Cor. Broad St.
and New Hampshire avenue.
R. L. 15UKNS,
Attornky At Law.
t -Rooros 7 & 9 Law Building,
CARTHAGE, K". C.
.:" , Practice in all State Courts.
GOOD WOOD FOR SAtE.
MIXED OAK AND PINE .
Cut to stove and fireplace lengths. Leaver
orders with A. H. Root or P, Pond.
S. N. VI ALL.
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