uwiOH smcimiM iu? iw iH
TO INITBD STATES KOBCES l?f
Ilocamcats Fobb4 1b Library at East
Car o 11a* Ttaclun (ollwre All Seat
The FRANKLIN TISES Is Indebted
to Supt . W . R . Mills, otibe Loulaburg
Graded Scboo Is, who Is now assist
ing with tie condnct ot the Summer
School at the Scat Carolina TeacMtra
College, tor the following documents
relating to Loulsbarg at the cloae of
the Ct*J4 War, which he found In the
UtWrj aft that Jactitation. There
may be (ome of our people who will
remetoher this correspondence, but to
the will be wntatlliBg new
Ixmisburg, N. C.
W>i . ' April IB, 1865.
To The Officer In Command of ~
The U. S. Forces at Raleigh. N. C.
In accordance with a resolution
passed by the Board of Commissioners
of the town of Lonlsburg, N. C^, I
hereby formally surrender this place
to the authorities of the United States,
and In behalf of our cltliens desire
and request that you. will, be pleased
to send us a guard undAr a proper of
ficer, to be stationed here, so as to pre
serve order and. afford us that protec
tion which under existing circumstan
ces we feel authorized to claim under
lie Constitution and laws of the Unit
ed States Should you be good
nci ua;h to comply with our wishes in
tL.- . espect, you may be well assured
ot v ~v united cooperation. Messrs.
J, fcj.ler and Dr. E. Malone are de
puted as the bearera of this communi
Most obediently yours,
W. H. PLEASANTS,
Mayor of Loutsburg.
Gen. Sherman's reply rollows:
lidqi ts. Military Dir. of the MIbs.
*\ In the Field. Raleigh, N. C.
\ April 15, 1865.
A R Pleasants, . ,
v Mayor g^^Mjatrarg. -?
Dear Sir: f
Your communication of this date is
received. It is not my present inten
tion to more any part of this army
through Louisburg, and I do not think
you will be molested in any manner;
nor can I send a small detachment
because it would be exposed to dan
ger from Hampton's cavalry. But I
think I can promise you that events
are in progress that will soon give
peace to all the good people of North
Carolina. Mr. William A. Graham,
of Hillsborough, has gone to Governor
Vance to assure him that he has my
full promise of assistance and protec
tion if he will return atjd maintain
good order in the State. I am also
now in correspondence with General
Johnston, which I hope will result in
an universal peace. The gentlemen
who bear this letter can explain many
.things that will, 1 hope, tend to allay
any fears occasioned by the falsehoods
circulated by the rebel cavalry,
^^aijudth respect, your obedient
W. T. SHERMAN,
Major-General. U. S. Army.
y. W. A. MEETING
The Young Woman's Auxiliary of
the L<oui8burg Baptist Church met
with Mrs. L. L. Whitaker, Tuesday
night. May 30th. The roll was called
and the minutes of the last meeting
read and aproved, after which the, fol
lowing program was rendered:
Song ? Help Somebody Today.
Prayer ? by Mr?. J. 8. Howell.
Scripture Lesson ? Romans 12, by
Mrs. J. O. Newell.
Paper on "The LUe of Paul" ? by
Mrs. E. C. Allen.
The study of our home mission book
"Old Trails and New" was then take*
up, the study being conducted by Mrs.
J. O. Newell.
Solo ? "Hold Thou My Hand" by
Mrs. L. L. Whitaker.
Closing prayer ? by Mrs. E. C. Al
Atter the meeting delicious refresh
ments w?rt> served.
The following were present: Mrs.
J. O. Newell, Mrs. F. B. Leonard,
Mrs. Hilton. Mrs. J. 8. Howell. Mrs.
L>. L. Whitaker; Misses Iantha Pitt
man, Emma Bartholomew. May Coop
er, Virginia Perry and visitor*. Misses
Elizabeth Clifton. Hleanor Turner,
Mollle Strickland and Mrs. B. C. Al
'lera. ' ,
SAI'IRO HAYS CO-OPS.
KEEP PKOFIT8 HOKE
In California we have associations
which started oat with a few faithful
J men . Now ?2 per cent of the raisins.
90 pes cent of the prunes, 97 per cent
of all th<\ various produce in oeotral
California Is marketed through one
central office In Fresno. Oar grow
ers swear by Cooperative Marketing.
I would like for those men who hlYe
been handing out circulars (against
cooperative marketing) to hand them
out In any California town. It Is not
the grower* ? It is the merchants and
the bankers who would drive then
out. because this movement has made
everybody In the rural districts pros
perous, It Mipl Ihs profits at
home, where t*ey **re raised, with
the farmers and the local merchant*
and the local bUten.? Atfpn Saptro,
>0 TROUBLE |H
la Reply ii? U Hardlm*** Trtapia
li?iwMr O^HtM Wtet Br C*Mh
rs To B? Daly Of <Utw ?t la Atf
Governor Morrison, replying
neaday moraine to a Khfiuwi by|
the seTsral States
the coal strike.
very little mining
and no heard-of
that he. the Gov*rnor_ti not h> accord
? 1th the Government's position in at-.
temptHt to adjust - labor disputes.
The GoterDor UkM no plauire in
disagreement, bat be treats at some
length points of difference and out.
Hoes what he csynlw to be the duty
of the Government is all industrial
The telegram of the Governor to
the President follows:
"His Etcell#nCy Warren G Hardlnp.
President of the United States,
Washington, D - C . :
"Your wire of yesterday received
last night. There is very little min
ing In this State, and so tar as I know
there are no strike trooMes in this in
dustry. It would be a vain thing for
me to invite coal miners to return to
work In this State, bat I would not do
so anyway. I am truly sorry that a
judgment long, (prmed ud repeatedly
e.'.pressed heretofore in my State pre
vents my agreeing with your position
as set forth in your telegram. I deem
the whole policy of Nstlnasl and State
Governments trying to adjust lebor
disputes unwise. It always forfeits
the confidence of the side to such a
controversy finally decided against by
the Government and treates suspicion
of the Impartiality ijf Its exercise of
police power. I be Ave the full duty
of the Government and the part of
wisdom is to uphold the law with fear
less impartiality and permit parties in
industrial disputes to fight the eco
nomic battle to a finish. Your posi
tion is practically to use the power of
the Government against the strikers
and in the enforcement of police reg
ulations and tbe upholding of the law
the strikers will naturally have little
confidence in the impartiality or fair
ness of soldiers or other agencies of
force directed by a Government which
has taken a decided stand against
them, however good the reasons for
such a stand may be. I will elatXK
rate my views In a tetter mailed to^
day, which I earnestly hope you will
do me the honor to read. There will
be no trouble in North Carolina in up.
holding the law in this or any other
controversy. I am qnite sure I will
not need Federal forces to aid me in
the position I have taken of non -in*
terference with either side in such
controversies except to uphold the law
and keep the peace and protect every
would-be worker, union or non-union,
from menace, insult, and violence . In
this position I have the united support
of practically the entire citizenship
of the State. I deeply sympathise
with the preat burden of resi<onsibility
upon your shoulders and truly regret
chat I cannot join you in an invitation
to the miners to return to work, which
is practically taking sides In the con
troversy. I hope under no circum
stances In this or any other controversy
you will use military force in this
State until after conference with me.
We will not need it as the forces at
my command are ideju^ and will
be used, to protect the humblest lab
orer, union or non-union. In this State
In every legal right. If I should be
mistaken in this, although I am sure
I am not. I will instantly call upon
you for aid.
With highest respect and every good
Governor of N. C. "
IN HONOR OF US. HIITHWKL
Thursday. July IS. Mrs. D. T.
Smithwlck entertained in honor of
We bride. Mrs. R. W Smithwlck
Mrs. Smith wick's residence on
North Main Street is admirably suited
to the purpose of a Boating rereptioa.
with halla. living room, and dining
room thrown together, lari* clus
ters of hydrangea and attar cut flow
ers formed tbe decorations.
Gaeets ware greeted at
?ocr by Mesdamea It. F JAcKlaft
and W. E. White: piloted by Mrs. T.
V/. !taB*n and Miss Ms t tie Allen to
*n where was served by
Misses Genevieve M-roa sad Helen
k : thence >? the living room
wl-cre Fre. J. M AHen ecedwcted
them to the recetv a*
In the receiving Una ?
D. T. Smithwlck. R. W. S
P. B. McKipne aad A. W.
As tka guests 1
Ing roAm Into tk
were greeted by
wick and Ruth Ulan
J. A. Hodgee and I.
Here tfcary ware serm
cream and mints tf
Ashley aad Bta Qrtn
Perhaps the am
Is a shell allocked
from shelling oat.
* imtiim. hn fimt fci
tat him mrmnrj vUl live l*.Uts !
<ST 75,0*0 llUrtu hrxn *-*?
?erred as Director ud felloa. . .
of the Tatacco Growers' CoopemfrJ
Association . T 1
Mr. Oaiiairay died in
'an Sonday July l?th.
operation for appendicitis.
thr ml yme he gare i iberally <*
time and money to the
was dear to Ma
caily erery section of North. <
in behalf ot Cooperative
for tobacco, aa aa esn
the tfratem which he _
give the big and tittle
John M. Callaway waa the b
grower of Bright Leaf Tbtacro I
world, and of the 22S ??????
worked on hie lO.tM
land in Stokes and
ties. erery one alga
the Tobacco Grower* Cooperative
soclatlon. following tke ? tmilr of
Mr. Gall* way who exerted mo iithid
pressure upon thorn thai his own
earnest advice and emiple.
Mr. Gal la way, though a compara
tlrely young man. was looked on as a
model landlord in his State, having
perfected a system of payments
lor his tenants' supplies which p?
than the advantage of cash prfc?.
It is reliably reported n??? Mr Gal
laway paid oxer *600 in ~ ?
than 2?o farmers to meet their mi ai
bership does In the Tobacco Growers
Cooperative Association, his in
fluence may be lodged from the tact
[That within M days of tke tiaae
he joined the Aaaociation. UN to
bacco farmers in Stokes and Rocking
ham counties signed the oetiict.
Mr. Gallaway was oniversally lov
ed and admired by hi* tenants, whe
hare worked for him from five to
twenty-five years, and there will be
no doubt cf their faithfully carrying
forward the great message of Coop
eiation which he preached.
Mr. Gallaway was greatly esteem
ed by his fellow Directors of the To
bacco Growers" Cooperative Associa
tion. where his experience and fcnsi
hjiess judgment carried weight.
Vice President Bright Williamson,
lof Darlington, South Carolina, voiced
the sorrows expressed by telegrams
| and letters arriving from three States.
I When he telegraphed Association head
, quarters : "1 am shocked and griev
[ed to know of my personal loss and
the great loss of the Associative In
? the death of Mr. John M. Gallaway.
Every successive meeting with liiiji
creased my estimation and reajprinfor
I him as a splendid aWaT-mas
I of sound judgment ?~? exgaiem abil
ity. and I had learned tn/regard fci>
' in character and worth A tke MrtW
We gladly give space for tke pabli
cation of the following letter to the
Sans of Confederate Veterans of Frank
Un County and commend most heartilt
the idea suggested that they Met uj
perfect an organisation and tkrongh
their efforts ""'itifi tke Memory of
their valor and bravery. Read the
call, catch the Inspiration and Ms have
a real live organisation with a fall
Lonistarg. X. C
? J"?T ?. mi.
To The Sons of the Coafedencv
of FraakBa Oi? I j .
We had a good time at tke Rraioa
at Richmond and I wish more of yoa
could have been wttk a. We sf tke
Sooth loved the Confederacy and tkere
ore a great many things rnnnc ill
| with It that we wish to he ramsmhervd
><?? M Ome shall last Wkhte
mother quarter of a i Inij pnhiii
the last Confederate Veteran will
<*er the shade of the I
one of them Hud a I
en. After their 1.. _
volve upon yon their anna to >im aUve
*er Warren Ctasty (?
la behalf of all
I want to lliiat
grandsons of both'
Ton we are proad at ywa ?.
?ens record yon ?i II In the W?u
War. Yon were virWshli chips of
he aid Riaeka. God Mee
Aa I aaderatand it a
keen passed hy tke D. C. V.
Hon thai all aona of Veterans <8. C.
V.) who are
treated aa Vets
of a Confederate
the itk day at I l.l I. IkM mm* nr."*'
ise a Co Of 8. C. . T.-n. aay at
e F. ?. ALSTON
SttTI CAMUHi WTWI 8?OW.
irs wifiHint ks*%
k. *?ieigh. July U. !?????(? meat
?C U? approval of Ike affUctUoa of
North CkfoUu Cotton Grower*'
IMkuuoi for a ku of ten miLMoa
Mhn to Iiuk eke atilt market -
*?*? by tte "IT ii rhaei i Corpora
^nnomctBiMt ?n made tol
kDwiac a visit to VMkiigtM by a
Mcr^wa from tk( North Carolina
??III ii lion. which ?aa hradrd by W.
H Austin. of Smithfteld. |iwMi at of
tka'Asjodatlx; who waa KMf n.
M kj Dr. B. W Kilgore. dlicckm of
tk? North Carolina Agrictkaral Ex
ttWk* Service. aii >!!?? Coofms
?? l>ee D. TTrit in?. a director in
M* Association, of Wadeabcro .
A. Wilton Mrl^aa. of I uaikerfxtn
a farmer member of tbe War Ftaanca
MfunUui. who recently i Ltii md af
tar rendering distinguished amice.
Mt?mM the Tkr Heels to Wash
tagton and aided la pnaeattif the
cWas of tbe North Carotfhn farmers .
Ike War Finance Corporation will
?lit advances on the coltoa of the
njf* members of the association up
to Ifty per cent of its value through
locai banka. which will provide tor
Cm remainder of the advance an (he
totto-j It is not expected that it
will require all of the ten million dol
lars. ts local banks will be in a posi
tion to take -care of a large part of
the loins needed to finance the orderly
kUlc of this years crop.
The North Carolina Munriatinn is
pnllii i. on a sign-up campaign for the
Krst two weeks in Anguat. which ia
expected to result in bringing the to
tal cumber of bales of cotton repre
sented in the Association np to CM,
t#* haj?-s. The As
|lll6rtir.F plans f j]
ton of its mem! - r*
plauon is rapidly
-in filing the oot
i an orderly way
1 WOIi >y iPPLU.
The lollowing Appeal by a woman I
for Co^pentiT* iUrketin^ was taken'
from the Tri-Sjfcte Tobacco Grower I
and jicturea a condition prevalent In
all Tobacco growing^. sections . Our:
won- -n should read it and join hards
witfc this lady in trying to better these
yt: Editor:? A woman's appeal has'
alwi. s a fjenertws consideration from
',the jeo of Xftnh Carolina. So 1 am
\ not v-nly appealing to the men, bet to
woman in the state.
I I will first explain my position-. - I
aa a wife -of a tobacco-grower. We
hare been growing tobacco for years
and making crops . I think afcore aver
age crops. We own our little farm;)
do not hare to pay rent. We hare
<^T-?d economically; have used no h^red
** tx>r in our crop : did all the work
c ^setres; worked in the crop rain or
? shlMto^^rfy and late, and now haxe no
: our children to a high-'
e- education - " 1
Now statins my position and condi
tion : We lire some distance from the
tobacco markets. Manipulation of
prioea for years was worked so that if
' *?? did not sell oar crop before Thanks
nr each year we would have tc
like less for our crops. So every fat
xser in Eastern Carolina would rush
his tobacco on the market, and in this
?'crowded condition the farmers were
forced to stay one. two or three days
f.? sell one load of tobacco Farmers
xx* having the money to so to a hotel
or nice board in* place were forced tc
eat in cheap places and camp in th6
<?mp rw of a warehouse with hand
red* of other men. Now. under such
c rcimstarces. do you think your boy
<?M go to these crowded markets j
< ?fct flu ii a year and come back home !
the boy be was before he left? All of 1
thfla besides the uncertainty of prices ,
We km km studying tk? Coopera
I T MukKinn pUi.Vr mad oar mtk
km cnitmd of lk? but
ft |hn. We caa at* ocr
i<4hr, cotton, and can plant ryr for
?i?tw putirf In tk? roaxh ?<?!*?
rr aku we can't do farm work we
cu work oar tobacco FV?r in Ikb
* t? II gtrea ma tea or tae*? cnoatki i
to ???tot oar luUtcn and laarante
Tbia price la aaaared ?a|
k. Al I
at tbe warstoaae will be aa I
a Mil of sale gtrea |
and receipted at i
to naka tk* Coop- .lire Marketta*]
!:T*a IM per ceat atroiuc
MRS KD CARB.VWAT.
K r. D. No X. I
?rrn. uuin i
L. P. Hicks eatertaia>d tbe|
of Ualikart Fire Pipart
of frieada at a I
f candidal* elect for SoMrt- 1
tor. J. O toll sad Fred W. (tablet.
of the *Te depart aeat |
vote of t banks to Mr.
goes a* bill.
VK. J. V ?ASUS DEAD
Ead law At HI. H?f I. F.arly
Friday Iwilij-FniHy All rre?
rat liUimai *a4e at Cenetery.
Mr. John Sevau Harris, one of
the State's boat tobacco warehouse
men aad one of Pr an kits Ooanty's most
honorable snd substantial citlsens
died at his home at Bona la the midst
of his family on Friday morning about
3 o'clock. Mr. Harris leave* s wife
e bo before her marriage was Miss Re
becca Wheleaa. and three daughters.
Mr*. H.. B. Burleson, of Newiand,
Mrs. W. M. Freeman aad Mrs. W.
C. StalUnga, of Franklin County, and
six son. Messrs. R. V. Harris. G. C.
Harris. Edward Harris aa<John Har
r a. of this Coonty. and Joseph J . Har
ris. of Winstoo-Salem. He also leas
es one brother. Mr. J. J. Harris, of
Carlisle. Ark., and three sisters. Mrs.
X. D. Young, Miss Mary Harris and
Mrs. J. M. Dtckerson. of this Coonty.
Mr. Harris was (7 years of ag-e and
his *deatn wsl the result of taflflijf"
health that had caased him to relin
quish all business acttrlty for a num
ber of years. " -
Mr. Harris had been connected with
the public life of Lou lab org and Frank
tin County for a Ions number of
years, haying been actively connected
with the tobacco market here in the
capacity of a warehouseman since
soon after the market was first start
1 ed and remained active until his health
forced nim to give up his business. He
was for a number of years Superin
tendent of Schools of Franklin Coon
ty and later a member of tj>e Board of
Education for several years . He
passed the greater part of his life on
his farm near Rock Springs, but in
his later years he moved to Bunn
where in recognition of his public spir
it and his keen business ability he |
was placed on the Board of Town Com.
' missioners by the voters of that place. I
xne deceased was a faithful and
consistent member of Rock Springs j
tfapiic: church and was a devoted hus j
band and father and a kind and con j
siderotic nei*4|k)r. Not uniike other
men. he possessed his faults or pe- 1
culiarities. but the man that he was
and the sense ol right and justice 1m
possesses. caused him to recognize
and rise above them. So from the
life tha*~has gone from them'ttttCMI^
Idren and neighbors may take an in
spiration and go,, forth to lire as he
lived. so that when the summons 1
comes you mav sav as he did "All is I
The funeral services were h*ld from. :
iihe be vie on Saturday afternoon and
were conducted- by '-'Rev. Mack Stamps,
who took occasion to speak in the .
Lighest of terms ,of the deceased. I
pointing ouT'tttfc teaAK,_^rtues_, LhaL^
others could well .emulate.-- The in
terment was made at the Bunn Cem
etery in the presence of a large num- j
ber. many from a distance, who hati j
gathered to pay a last tribute. The j
pallbearers were tfessr<7""P. B. Grif- ;
fin. F W. Wheless, Luther Baker. J. j
H. Weathers. M. C. Wilder. B. M. C
The floral tribute mas profuse and i
beautiful expressing a love and es- !
teem far beyond the power of words. |
Special music was provided at both ?
In the death of Mr. Harris Franklin j
County loses one of its best citizens
and ail join in extending the deepest j
sympathy to the members of tW fam i
ify in this hour of their sad bereave- j
tnent . 1
I> MEMORY OF US. C. D. HA?
The death an*les visited the home .
of Mr. Charlie Hagwood on July 1# i
1922. and took from ta too, his dearly be- ,
toTed wife. She had bm sick for.
two months, she nt a member of
f lat Rock Baitbt ckorrb. She was !
always wlUaf to do all she could to j
help with (h* work of the church.
Ska was t W rtj eijcht years of ?*?. so
>owa? to l?af this world but Ood
does all thiags well tor them that
lore him. She leares behind a has
turf. tw? children. four brothers. Mr.
T. W. Coot*. Mr. I. D. Cooke. Mr.
C- M Oaafea. Mr. I. D. Cooke and
three atstera. Mr*. K. . D. Williams. I
Mra. Thonaaa Hnlmaa. Mra J. H.
Haywood . So wee? not dear hue |
tarn* tat try by the Power of God to
?M bee again where there la no part- I
We should not iffp tor har for wa
kaav Is la Hmthi tvtitim to
?M kw k>T? nm there. Sb? learee
? tot of nlaUTM aad Miafc to oaourn
(Mr loss. Rn Cterll* Ho*ir<l coo
:4?M the burial fjlcwt Seraral
> i aatlfal nn|< wn* snng One spec
-a I tnn( was Kane by Mr. and Ifn.
Will Newton and Mra. Oak Williams j
"TV- sonic was iHom Holds all to,
?a." Then the pall bearers carried 1
bar to tbe new made |r*n. followed I
W a larjrc crowd o t Sunday school I
people Tbe Sunday school (irli car
rtod the many flowers that had bean
sat by ber frleada. She was ten
dsrtr laid to reat beneath a mound of
SIKTirfS AT METHODIST CII'MI
Pastor O. F Salth. who la on a m
caUoa trip at Beaufort, writes Ik*
TtXES reqaestiac as to mmmw rs?
alar aarrirea at the Methodist Chareh
aaxt Saaday. both lanrdtog Md 1%M.
to which all ?re InTtte*.
AMONG THE VIST10B8
so** ror now m son toc
do HOT KXOW.
ParMaaJ It?, Ak??t F?Iks
TWlr rrMi Wh. Trar?<
Miss"~W4paie Cutreil. of Darham. la
visiting Mrs. H. H. Hilton.
Miu Willie Cansler. of Durham, la
visiting Mrs. H. H. Hilton.
Mr. W. M. Person returned tha
past w?k from WrightsviHe.
*_ Mr, E- H. Maloofi returned Wed
nesday from Columbia. 9r C.
Mr. Lather Ptttman. of BaXUmor^
If visiting his mother this weak.
Miss Sallie Ferguson. of Slier City,
is visiting Miss Mary Wilaon, of near
Mrs. E. F. Thomas left
to rislt friends in High Point
Lexington. ?? ??
Mr. J. M. Alien and son, Webb Lot.
were visitors to Baltimore and Wash
ington last week.
Mrs. Waverly Webl) and son. Frank,
of Blackstone. Va.. are visiting at
Mr. W. W. Webb's.
Supt. E C. Perry is amending a
conference of Welfare Workers at
| Chapel Hill this week.
* Messrs. J. E. and E. F. Thomas
and Master Charlie Ford w'^re visitor*
to Washington City the past week.
Miss Lacy Young came home from
ti*e Summer School ai Raleigh and
spent the week-end with her parents.
Mr W. E. White left Wednesday
for High Point. Greensboro, Wlnstom
Saiem and other western cities ost
N Misses Adelaide. Elizabeth apd 3a
dfes Johnson left Tuesday for a visit
to re la tires at Rocky Mount, Ay den
and Greene County.
The friends ol Mr^. W. B. Cooks
will be glad to know that she is doing
nicely after an operation at St. Mary's
Hospital. Rocky Mount*
Sir. and Mrs. W.,.X. 'Fuller and
children left Tuesday, via automobile
for a visit 10 ais~brother, Mr. -Perry
Fuller at Baltimore. Md.
Misses Florence and Kathleen Sil
jcer? ..who have been visiting their
aunt Miss Mary Spencer, returned tc
their home at Greensboro Sunday.
Mrs. P. L. Goolsby and Miss Clara
Goo Is by. who have been visiting their
sister. Mrs. L. C-. Leach, have re
turned to their home in High Point.
Miss Neppie Wilson and Mr. Gordon
Cxzell returned the past week from
Lake view, where they attended a camp
ing party given by Miss Elizabeth
Jackson, of Apex They were ac
companied by Mrs. E. L. Best, who
chaperoned the party.
OLD BAT LINE STEALERS AT NOR
FOLK HILL HOLD I OR COS
.NECrtW* rsoi SEABOARD
air li> e railway
Norfolk. Va.. July 1?. ?
Air Line Railway announce* that ef
fective Monday. July 10th. tlmr w ?
tablished tog service from Lbahr Porti
month Passenger Station to (to "QM
Bay Ljn^r steamer. foot of Htih
Norfolk, daily except Sundaj^W 91
ly handle passengers aad f
riving Portsmouth on 3e*
No. IS due at ?:?? P. X.
The Bay Line rteamer for *
is dn? to leave NorfOik at (:N P.
bat when the Seaboard train
they will hold until S:45 P. M.
The above stem tt| 1
Quick aad manlM I
will bo doubt anaa a large ? ?
in travel via this route, which baa
so many years been so pope
Agent Joyner of the local
bee advises that he has re
injc tickets to Baltimore
North v*a this route
| Mrs J. K. Plummer. Ho
stration A??t. Vance
I ptirt? a Demonstration in ^
. fermented jniffi, pastes and Jaltjr tn
Itho office of the Board of ErflOttiM,
Friday. Jaly ?. twfflaataic a 1*:M
promptly. Mrs. PIimw k t most
?ystMutle koaaewtf*. mil trataad In
1-om? wnawlM ud om of tk* bnt
J^lly maker* ta tk* BUt< Tktotat
onutrill? wilt tadra tk* .
?noMInc of tk* Omnty Council I
M all "
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kaakud k* cu t b?lp bat
tkat a mod -4 is a snail Imltattoa at
tk? ml Ik hi*. _
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is so^^r i
Th? in tariff was timiart at
oeald Imp It