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-THE WILMINGTON , DISPATCH WEBNESP AVi AFTERNOON NOVEMBER : 4,: 1917
Life at Hot-Springs " Internment:
Station for theGerman Satiors
(A.shevUle rinnes)f - started oag so) are well worth, a
on nunureu ana sixtv-nve ; trip to tn6 station. Constructed most
including 531 officers; are liv- ly out of scraps, of lumber, driftwood,
Hot Springs interment, station! or limbs of trees, they. are monument.'
to tne ingenuity and. skill of tho Ger
man as' a workman, ,-Thy. are '.milt
for places to rest, 'drink coffee, or to
smoke and play games. They are
heated by little . brick stoves or fur
naces built by the Gormana thom.
or.ientodly as men-can when de
Al of their liberty more comfort-
linn many men who have t today
liberty through the fortunes
vet in little of the luxjry. that
.'.etnnes auriDutca to the sur
incitd King, Hew
, 'ir.o.-, at Hot Springs. Under the I seiVCS ana uiey are finished with the
"i-ii.-tration of Thomas V. Kirk,, a j u.tmsot .care in carpentry, aad dccosa-
ii, ( ; r.nd a native of Stanly coun- on, with an eye; to attractive effects
,i establishment is running like f f .th simHlf materials for their i.at-
.. , j f T.f 1 tainmenk In the center nf th viiiat
PLttuua a; ni.LH) caurcn. mere are also
at Hot Springs one after- "A7 plots for nex summer's flower
;, , t nty he saw men who might
nijito world names for them
;,s commanders of sea raiders
!, Kmden or the Mocwe playing
. .;, -i by Uncle Sam as the boun-
,:. :, ; ,,f their freedom;
v';,;(iit:;: up and down in the Novem
i r. ishine with the firm swinging
iliat spoke of the fine physical
,;( . i'lpmcnt that might be expected
h. t!; who had Teuton .military
t t-i i 1 1 irip: in their youth and who are
p.ircnLiHiiy ciuAuiaiics ui iijits mi-
.,1 Ctrmany navy. Atone end of
v.idf valley included in the dd
n n!" tho camp teams could be seen
,,1 against each other in a kind of
kill, which is not football to an
The cottages are mostly of only one
small room., ; They are really little
club houses. Needless to say, ho beer
is cnoyed in 'the 'village, though the
odor of coffee, is there often.
1 The old bullrnorn af tha i& i
otners were 1 oa o rriinp- rrm -ar, i
general meeting and entertainment,
as is the pocl room which was part of
the hotel lease7, to the government
by Mr. Rumbough. At one. end of
the ballroom is -a stage where ama
teur theatricals are given occassional
ly. In addition to the pidno rented
from Mr. JRumbough ' with tho build
ing the Germans have an, excellent
WEE DiS ; III, QM
' AT TIMES
To pVit Vstreiigtfi ini? er ret!s
and color into her cheeks
4-- THere can.
b 110 beftuli
f u 1 , healthy,
rosy - cheeked
out Jroh. The
trouble in tho
past has been,
thai when wo
Iron they gelt
tallic -If on,
which ot tea
oxroaed t J c
stomach a n !
aid far jnoro
harm than g-ocfl. ?l"od?.y accUrr. t-r?'
KTioo Oi-K.'tKic iron Js'tixattd Hon
1 ills, particular lonn of '"iron is" tat'silv
REsrmiiaiec- oaca !.
Jare the teeth nop
It triU incraasQ the
ournnce of weok. pr-ryotis. irritaUo.
careworn hagcarJ lcoldur women ICO
per en in two weeks' time in many
instances. J have uspu It in rny own
raetice Willi most surpnsitic resilt.
rirmnd : Kin?, M. D.. ' jT
OTE: NUXATED IRON recommfenS'
from any good "iruftolst
aV c guarantee of success
rf .S.. lt-l dlsptnsei In thl
id c;vd dryoqistn.
The !broirrerT RaUwiy "of ifb South." !
, . Kfrj4tvn Nov. ,12th-Hint ' : i
OI2PAKTURE Ol' tBAINS FBOM 4
N. 13 3:55 P. m.--Train for: Charlotte and
intermediate " Points PULLMAN PAS f
LOFt CAK, WILMINGTON TOL CHAR
LOTTE -: !' ' '
No. ltf ho A. M.-Traln tor Charlotte iml
lnttrmefllate Points. -8 LEfc PiN G A li
BETWKBN WILMINGTON AND CfiAB
LOTTB. Ooen atlO;) p. M. fo Passea-
gera, . n T !. -r. . . 4 v .
AKKiVAii oiF TlsAiNs A Wilmington
No. 14 12:vi0 P. M. Tiain from Obarlotta
and lnterlnediittfti Puint8. PULLMAN
PARLOR CAR 15KTW1HN CHARLOXYB
AND ,WI La.INGTON. . :
No. 20-12:10 A. it iraln irom Charlotte
and inrinedlaUr y Pilots. SLJSEPlMfi
CAR BKTWEEN CHARLOTTE AND
WILMINGTON. PASSENUJflRS MAY
RKMA1N flN SLEEPER UNTJL 7:90
A. M, -.j- 7 ' -. . j.--.
r For detailed Information' aaa irerva-
tlon, jpali on City Ticket Agent.' Ortoo"
, R. S. K00NCE, Tv P. A,
W,nm!ngton.! N. C.
WEST. D. P. A.. Raleljrh.
iron ftuxacea iton .1
lonn of iron is" ttn'silyt
i j.-ot Wr.eXn . nor ltv-j
idp- v;rFCi tho ctctn.-'tC'h.l
the stHnph owl
orchestra. : v . ' r To aid in the conservation of the
At the end of this pleasant village ! country's meat supply Texas poultry
the visitors found Captain Schlim- raisers - have decided that the killing
. i ). wm ine uermans piay. un ul"i a.iuincect wno arew tne a u incs&mg oi uirneys ior tne xion-
vor-uida where J. E. Rumbough plans for the village. Here also : the i day trade this year shall be postpon-
! !; i ntfutam nis summer guests icyui iw mei vapiain iNisse, cnairmanj1 jci-ti man uium, &u txidi me mi-
;, :i:::ain Park Hotel were still oth
of the committee to which all the in-'keJs may attain full growth.
ing cards, chess or reading i terns report any complaints which
iiiey may hj.ve. real or imaelnfid. Thia iis said several of the White Sox
committee passes on complaints and I stars m set new contracts next year
requests from officers or men, aiid calIin5 an increase in salary,
those that the committee cannot set-'" : '
,n : umnier season, uut as tne t e are lurnea over ,io inspector lS-int,
i , ; -rt r .u oiieu towara one entrance i iuu ma assisiums.
.,-. v a halted by one of the 51 guards Men and Officers.
if.it ioned at the camp and a few min-. There have been reports going the
1 tobe smoking. It was
f-alize that oae. hau" not com?
- "I Mil
am I'o.rK m tae miusc or tnv-
i,r. l;i'cr Inspector Lvirk was looKin
r.v. Mter from the United State3
Nc Extravagsnce Found.
Tii'1 upper hour was not far off
vith Mr. Kirk as guide a tour
. tation was begun. Many sto
ne r.t of extravagant and im
peding and waste at the in
ir station gave additional in-
ov :-! to an inspection of kitchens,
,:v.'.rs. rooms and bakeries. The prin
ri;, 1 h that night for the officers,
Tvh- occupy the hotel, appeared to be
rice :v curry. There were also
;:n-!f ? tewed and baked, rye and
v ;:. , - bread, butter, tea and coffee.
Tl: uk'ss hall and k'tchens were
from much scrubbing. In th"
b; !-; y of the hotel quarters were
sr;u!;s of the rye bread, or black
liread, famous in Germany, as well as
!; whiter leaf that is more familiar
in part of the world.
Mr. Kirk explained that the entire
r-nnip is being provided with food ai
;:i':roximately (last month) 45 cents
;i iiay for each man. The reporter
nni Iced that the loaves of bread were
i.hired on tho table to be cut as 'need
a and he wondered as he pondered
i.v.t that 45 cnt how there could b?
i i: waste of food that people from
':, to time report as something
i.aaieful to permit in these meatless
whoa tier's days. There were no
: iin ; of wastfrr-and the reporter's itn
! rf : 'on-' in this respect -were con
fiir.cf! by a conversation that ncrht
v. ;i: one of the cit'zens of Hot
;v;':. a man who bar, had some op-pc.-ii;:iiiies
of knowing how affairs
i.ianager inside I ho interment
'(' :i' r ffiror.-; alon ar quartered at
:!.; !;ii-l, tlneo 1o five in a room. The
' ; of men who cook and srei-vo
'-.ical are al&o in the officers'
The major'tv of the seamen
.'re in tlie second division of the camn.
!:ri;-:f(l in long barrack rooms vith
lyTr.i-ock hunks. There are seven
'' iiK-v. I nrraek buildings, the las'
"' .iir.ir completed.
r v thrcugb the barac one
ficiU :lio same cleanliness that marks
Mi.' i ntiro rarip. Theo quarters are
l'''l bv stoves while the hot.ol jg
: heated. There appears to be
f-'pTiio difference in the food served to
" rr;r-r-.;-.; and men, but the difference is
A German Village..
ng the hotel. Inspector Kirk
wav through, the "German
Coming up the walk from
rao was a tall, powerfully
lviiir man, Captain Pollack, former
rfii'omander of the Kronprincessen
"''"die. one of the finest merchant
:!)'l's afloat. Captain Pollack is the
,; nian in the camp, and he cer
t;. .'iily looks a.c; if he would be more
at homo cm the bridge of a liner or a
r-'liir) than in the small cottage he
fo'idr as part of the make-believe
villages (the seamen have
rounds to the effect that the seamen .
have rebelled against the authority of I
their officers, but that is not exactly .
what is taking place for the very good
reason that the officers now have no
authority over the men. As has been
stated, .the officers and ordinary
seamen have separate camps and they
do not come in contact withv each
other in the old relations whicn ob
tained on board the ships which they
no longer man. Officer and man are
both for the time being in custody of
the United States government; tho
men are responsible only to the gov
ernment officers in charge of the
camp. This lattert fact undoubtedly
has had its effect; and added to t?.t
may be noted the psychologic influ
ence of living froto day to day in an
environment very different, or cotirse,
from that in Germany either now or
before the war.
If the interned Germans take deep
interest in the war they discuss it
seldom except among themselves.
They read the news of the day; what
they think : is largely unknown. In
the hospital one man was seen pour
ing over a war map; anotter was
reading his Bible. One or two staunch
supporters of the Kaiser are said to
have expressed the vehement opinion
that the U-boat campaign is by no
means over and that before all the
American troops are across the At
lantic the United States will learn to
her sorrow that the present lull in
submarine warfare is ominous of
preparations for rocentless activity
against the boys en route to France.
Cakes and Coffee.
The canteen at Hot Springs intern
ment station does a thriving business.
Here the men, who receive small pen
sions from the steamship companies
for which they sailed the seas, buy
cakes, jam, honey, tobacco and other
luxuries. In the cottages of the vil
lages they have built one can see lit
tle parties eating cakes and drinking
coffee, of which drink they consume
vast quantities. The sweets they also
cary to the dining halls to add to the
additional supply that their sweet
tooth calls for.
A Y. M. C. A. building is now in
process of erection for the saftitts.
This work the men are doing without
pay, the government furnishing the
lumber and other materials. For
their work on the barracks' the men
One ot the buildings recently com
pleted -is a hospital which is well fit
ted up and in charge of a competent
physician who is one of- the interned
On the day that the reporter visited
the camp an katern named Friedunkj
formerly a purser on a German vessel,
received good news from Inspector
Kirk: he is t6 be discharged from the
station. He is now 74 years old; his
son in Illinois is able and anxious to
take care of his father and the old
man will be allowed to say good-bye
to the detention camp. .
ante- or acute
for tho&e suffering from cSronlc- or acute
pulmonary and bronchial
coughs or colds. Is .
The Calcium preparation which mry be
taken by tho average prson -without dis
turbing dirsstion. . An efficient tonic and
tissue builder. Contains no Alcohol, .Nar
cotic or Habit-Forxiiinc Di-rig'.'
$2 size, bow $1.50. V $1 size, now 89c
Sold by all le&ulns !ruegist9.
Eckman Laboratory, Philadelphia.
FORKCliOSUKiS SAI,E. '
Ry Tirti'fiiof the powr( of -sale contained
In a r-ertAln mortgage trade by tThoias
Payne ami -wife and Charles Payne to the
wijiniueion noHwsrcaa ana Jxmn Associa- 1
tion ana l.y registered in Book 89, paxe
11, of the; -records "of "New Hanover t'ountvrr
default bavirtff been made in - the pay-'j"
ment of the debt se nrecT by said mortgage, rr
the tinderslgtied will sell, to the highest 1 v.
bidder nt pnblle auction, for cai, at the
oonrt House door In tne City' of 7Uraing
ton, on Monday, the day of Novem-
tr, 1017, at twelve o'clock, 'M.. the follow. ;
fngr described property: Beerinnins at a
onint In the Eastern line of Sixth street S3
reet fsontn rrom tne soHtftern line of Bla
den street: ms tbenoe Snthwnrdly with :
mid line of Birth street 33 feet; thence:
Wast and parallel with Bladen street- 7d
feet; thence North and parallel with sixth
rrppt -.1 "eet: tlin'0 West and pra'lel
with Bladen street 7(5 feet to the Begin-
This 10th of October. 1VJ7.
WILMINOTON HDAfRSTKAD A LOAM
".:-(irV .-si - 4:' -r-'t- "-" . ; '
Before going home tonight to
mother of; wif e, r ' thV'visit you
contemplate for, tomorrow
, "drop; iaftnd slip a "surprise
Joy" in your pocket. There will
be smiles for the giver and a
treat for the recipient.
Fresh Shipment of Delicious
Whitman's Candies just In.
iffli & FUTRELLE
1 107 Princess Street.
1 ' it; .. 1 iT ; -j- i--rr-t rrt-Mfc ,i
, 4 : iii Siik Vk
iT f a ir.;?
RpiYAL THEATRg BUIIiDiNGi' ;
Standard Accident Ins Co. Detroit, Mich.
Condition December 31, 191G, as shown
by statement filed.
Auioijnt of Capital paid up in
cash '.. $1,000,000.00
Auionnt of Jjodcrer Assets Tc
eeiuber .'51st of Prcrlons Year
... ... ... 3,391,238.75
Incnroe From Policyholders,
. $4,297.70(5.9"): Miscellaneous,
$3l7,f.ir.t).j; Total 4,207.706.93
Disbursements To Policy
holders, $1,720,474.7(5: -Miscellaneous,
$2,071,081.00 ; Total,
. . . . 3,791 ,55o.7G
Mnrteajre Loans on Ri-il
Estate .. ; 140,250.00
Lojins secured 4y pledge of
-Ilonda.or thofvwllateraK. 10,777,34
Value of Bonds and Stocks 5,223,029.30
Cash in Company's Office.. .. 22,030.53
Deposits in " Trust Companies
and Banks not on interest 4,041. 2S
Deposits in Trust Companies
and Banks on interest .... 229.783.S4
Interest and Rents due and
- accrued .. .. .. 97.706.SC
Premiums in course of Col
All other Assets, as detailed in
THROUGH SLEEPERS TO ATLANTA
The old established through sleeping
car llae between Wilmington and At
lanta will be continued via Airgiisti.
In connection with the Georgia, Rail
road, upon the following schedules:
LV. WILMINGTON . . .. , .3t30 P. M.
uv. Florence .. 7:55 P. M.
f.v Sumter j .. 9:30 P. f
J Ar. Orangeburg . . . . . . . .10:53 P. M. j
k. AiTtnista fEat time) ' .l:3Sre?ri
.R. ATLANTA (Cen. tme) . .6:10 A. Mi
Returning: Leave Atlanta 8:35 P.M.
arrive Wilmington 1:00 P. M.
Passengers may remain In this car,
n the Union Pepot. wnJch is in the "
iear of Atlanta, until 7:00 A. M., if j
hey so, .desire." and on account of the
Earlier arrival of this train, and the
ise of the Union Depot, convenient
connections may be made with through
Dining, Sleeping Car Coach trains
which leave frotn Rtation for Chi-,
cago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, etc. !
For fares, tickets, etc., apply t2 '
T. C. WHITE, Gen. Pass. sjt.
Phon 160. Wilminfltoii, N. C.
. GLASSES M. 4
'THE irmSlBLE BIFOCALS
Afford a eomfort which is apprjeciated
by those whtf want hear or far vision
In one pair of glasses.
They keep your eyes young in looks
as well as in usefulness v
No line, seam or hump to blur the
EYES TESTED FREC.
riisiiii iiwm mm wnnni in n . ,
Madilfe )Fc4 Rdwiei f: Pink, 1 White, Brunette
No-Diist tour Oil, Q'tiart kize .'. : . . . i : i ; . .
Free' While they last. . . . .. . . . ; . . . . . ... .
ij&iuife Mi1 Frariiing 15x19 inches
Phone 520 . ivy Ir; 5th and ReI Cross Streets;
.t r -.i.
AUTOS FOR HIRE
Less Assets not admitted
. .$ 0.466,34.55
Total admitted Asts SfiA47.974.33
fnaaid. Claims $ 2.101,55.9.10
Expense, Investigation and Ad
justment of Claims.. 21.300.00
Cnearred Pr?miums .. 1,631,159.52
Commission. Brokerage and
other eharpres clue .. 106,22.69
Salaries. Rens. Expenses. Bills,
. Accounts. Fees, etc., due or
accrued..., ... ... 15,750.00
Estimated amount for Federal.
State, County, aril Municipal
Taxes t 76,250.00
Return Fremitus . ,. 27,229.40
All ornor Inabilities as detailed
In Statement .. ... .. .. .. 9,011.-39
Total amount of all Liabilities
excent Capital $ 4,00R,51S.o0
apital actually paio up in cash
Surplus over all Liabilities
Accident ' . . . .$lS.4S5.02
Heaitb . . . . .. 8,927.1
Policy fees ; . . . 136.49
fort Pullman Sleeping Car Line Be
Slewing Car Line.
Southern Railway System announ
ces effective with last cars Into and
out of Beaufort SundayA)Aug. I2th, thei?
Winston-Ssle Morehead City-Beau-1 ;
tort Sleeping Oar line, will bs shorten
cd to Winston-Salem-Goldsboro Line.
Car will continue be handled on
trains Nos: 232-112 and 111-237.
For further details ask Southern.
Railway System Agents, or address, J.j
0. Jones, Traveling Passenger Agent, '
taleigh. N". C.
MORTGAffE SAtE. ' i
By virtue of the power of sale contained i
H a certain mortgage deed made by Delia j
B. Merrick and husband, John Merrick, to '
the North Carolina .Home Building Aaso- ;
elation, bearing date, JJovember 23rd. .3915, !
Mid duly regfsteted -on the records of New J
Qanover County in '.Boot 88, page 313, the
'lndersiyned will. sell, at public auction, to !
Mie higliest bidder, for cas4ir at the Court
nuiu! (wr in i in; v,n.v i v lliuilliuii. iu
Thursday, the 13tii day of December,.
st twelve o"i-rock M., the following describ
3d property, situated in the City of Wil
mington, to-wit: BEGINNING at the in
torsetion of the Western line of Sixth
Street with the Northern line of Mar3tel
ar Street, runs' thence Westwardiy along
the northern line of Marstellar street 150
feet: thence Northwardly parallel with
Sixth street 32 feet; thence Eastward ly
larailel with Marstellar street 150 feet to
Western line of Sixth street; thence
Southwardly along Western line of Sixth
Street 32 fee to the Beginning, being part
'f Lot (J, Block 7, according to the official
plan of said City of Wilmington.
This 13th of November, 1917.
NORTH (MPOT.INA HOME BUILDING
By John D. Bellamy & Son, Attorneys.
10 DAYS 11-13. .
Pleassure Driving, Dances,
Wedding and Commercial
City Livery Co.
Phones 15 and 345:
Made to order on Short P'ct!ce.
"We make Rubber Stamps that
gives the maximum of service
and Satisfaction. Promptness
with tsvery order. &nd us your
LeGW"N PRINTING CO,
8 Grac S .reot. Phon 220.
IN EFFECT OCTOBER 1,1917.
EAST BOUND. : WESTBOUND.
Ive ,1t 3av Xeave iieave i
Center" CenteP' rnUrH .. . ..
for for for or frtr l
Wlatf r Park Wrlifhtsvlll Rata. trnwttngton. Wllmlngtoa. I
6:30 A. M. 6:30 A. M bC :30 A. M :35 A. Ml
6.50 " 6:50" J7 :05 A M- . VT :15
. 8:00 " S:00 14 "Yo ' ' 7-50' " '
8-30..- -&m b8:30 " . .. S-S9. "
10:00 jo-no " 10:00 " z!9:V !9:1 "
11:30 11:30 " U;30 " 0:1 ' :25 "
!1?00 P. fil !1:00 P. M !1 :00 P. M !10:20 "
1:10 " 1:10 " xl:10 " 10:45 ' 10:53 -
61:55 " 01-55 12:15 P. M 12:25 P. M
2:30 " 2:30 " !1 :45 " M :55 '
3:(W 3:00 ' 3:00 1 :45 " . 1 :50 "
3:30 " 2:2r. "
o4:10 " .......... ... o3:00 "
4:30 " 4:30 " 4:30 44
O4:50 " 3:45 " 3:55 "
5:30 - 5:30 '
fi:10 :10 ..,
(5:10 " f!:40 xfl:40 G:J5 " 5:25 "
715 7-is " .i .l. :J0 "
8:l"i " 8:15 " , :4t "
9:15 M y:id " 9:15 " z7:15v " 7:20 "
10:11 ' 10:15 " ...u..... 7:55
n:15 " 11:15 11:15 " M5 "
10:00 ' 10:10 "
. 10:45 "
' 12:00 U. 12:10 AM.
I I vr
rt :20 A. M.
n-M " -
8 Ml "
11:01 - '
0:11 " ,
7:31 ' ,
12:21 A. JL
. - , - r III.;
SPECIAL JfOH SXTNliAV. -UMrvr.v
Leave Front and Princess streets eve.ry h&lf hour f ronl " 1 to' 8 1 P. M.
Leave Beach every half iiour from 2:45 to 5:42 P. M.
, , . : ,
, Daily: vtcent. Sunday. U , x Does not run Ijeyond Stations
! Sundays only. No. 8 . " "
b Does not run beyond Station 3 on Sundays. .i
o Superceded by half hoar schedules.
Wtinflcy Afternoons. a leavca frtm Sta'Jon No. 5.
. ' , - -
FKRItJUT SCHKIr!I.B TAfLT ISXCETT Sl'NlM'Y.'r-'
Leave Ninth and Qrange Ptreeta. 3 'P. '.M. J " ''( !'
Freight Depot Open from 2:00 to 3:00 P. M. 1: ;
HPKC1AL NOTICE This 4able shows the time at which trains mi?.y be r-pei-ted
to arrive M and depart from the 'several station but the arrivals it no
departures are nvi guaranteed. .
Tvro Farms in New Hanover Comi
ty, two farms in Brunswick Coun
ty. Apply to D. L. Gore, Wilming
ton, N. C. "
President, LKM W. BOWEN.
Secretary. J. L. HEATON.
Home Office, Detroit, Mich.
A J. A. ct i T 1 fi T VnTTTn I
Tn 3ii Tn n rn rrm m i rwnYsv T? o lot nr Vi "7 '
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
I, James R. Young, Insurance Commis
sioner, do hereby certify that the a"bove
is a Jtrue and correct abstract of the state
ment" of the Standard Accident Insurance
Company of Detroit. Mich., filed with this
Department, showing the -onc:itIon of said
company on the 31st day of December,
Witness my hand and official seal the
da(y and date above written.
J. R. YOUNG,
WILSON HOT BLAST BEATERS
Let the Wilson Heater keep you comfortable. They
keep the fire over night and taLs 1-3 less fuel.
Let Us Serve You
CAPE FEAR HARDWARE CO.
Phone 612 ... 109 N. Front St
Arrival and Departure of Trains at ,.LWilTOiagton, Effective Oct. ..
21, 1917 Arrivals, schedules and and 'connectioad given ck inform J
tion. but not guaranteed: ;. t'
C:M A. SC.
9:69 A. M.
8:44 A. IT.
tiOi P. M.
3:30 P. M.
:45 P. M.
TO ANI FKOM
B'lorettce. tjojtiml.lo, Pnllmwn filecpera,
minrton and Nmrabia opeo fo recelw
pdSHenjeers eftet tOrfW P. M. " -
Ootdsboro. Klchmond, Jtfortollc and North.
Frtor Cara Wilmtutton o ilortolk.
Par ettevllte. Bsoford and Mt Airy.
JackHOurllle and New Bernu .
Florence, Columbia. Aagruaa, Atbimt n1
- the West. Charleston, Savannah and
Florida noihts. Pullman arir Wiimtn,
ton 'o Atlanta Via. Augna. nd between
Florence and Columbia.
Kfhtnond, Norfolk. Washington and Nsw
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For Folder Reservatioiia, f tes of fares, etc., call 'Phone 10.
W. J. CRAIG, T. C. WHITE,
Paascnner Traffic Manager. GeneraC Paeenfler Agent
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