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Library facilities excellent. Systematic trainiug in Physical Education under director.
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Two-year courses in Mechanic Arts and
in Textile Art One-year courts In
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practical and scientific. Examinations
for admission are held at all county
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For Catalog address
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Dodges the Traders Worked In Kin
. barley's Early Days.
There are as many stories of I. D. B
-L e.. Illicit diamond buying in South
Africa as there were of smuggling in
England a century ago. Louis Cohen
tells of some of the dodges Id his
"Reminiscences' of - Klmberley's early
days, ,MDogs were enlisted in the traf
fic and used as carriers. Often the
poor animals we're, first kept without
food until they were on the verge of
starvation and then given, lumps of
meat containing diamonds, which they
bolted. Safely arrived at CUristlania,
across the Vaal river, the faithf u
dumb friends of man were Immediate
ly rewarded for their services by hav
ing their stomachs ripped up and the
Imbedded baubles taken out Horses.
too, were utilized, being fed with balls
of meat containing diamonds and driv
en across the river under the very
noses of the police. Carrier pigeons
were requisitioned to 'fly through the
air with the greatest of ease' laden
with the brigauds' booty. Hollowed
heels Inclosing diamonds sealed down
with wax were also expedients em
ployed with decided and. profitable
One lady had an Ingenious way of
getting out of a scrape. She was
cooking dinner when a Cape boy
knocked at the door and sold a forty
carat diamond to her husband. "It
was a trap. A detective Immediately
rushed In to arrest the buyer, search
ed the housv but no diamond could be
found. The good wife had placed it
in the stuffing of a goose she was bast
true.' . 3
Right in your busiest season "ken
you have the least time to sp: l e y n
are most likely to 'take' diarrho a an 'I
lose several days time unless you i ave
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and D.. r
rhoea Remedy at and and take adote.
on the first appearance of the diseate
f or sale by all dealers.
AN ELUSIVE BONE.
A Clear Cass.
The beautiful young prisoner entered
the box In ber own beliuli.
"What Is your age, miss?" asked the
"Forty-eight" was the steady reply
The feminine Jury caught Its breath
with an audible little gasp and mil
"How much did you pay for the bni
you are wearing?"
"Ninety -eight cents."
"Are you guilty of the crime that 1
charged against your
Thus did the wily prisoner attempt
to establish ber veracity and then con'
vlnce the Jury that sbe was innocent
But don't forget that this was a Jury
of Women. A verdict of incurable In
sanity was brought In. New Xork
"Yarbs" Ws Have Known.
- What bus become of the elderly lnd.v
who in the seventies and earlier nl
ways, referred, to, an "herb" as n
"yarb? The word has gone out ol
use. About the meanest "yarb" was a
bitter weed named "thorough wort'
Then there was cammermlle, dock root
and dandelion. In their miserable part
nershlp, lobelia and catnip. These
things were "steeped," and you took
them or had them thrust upon you
"for your blood" Minneapolis Jour
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS IS THE
PRICE OF PEACE.
The terrible itching and smarting, in
cident to certain skin diseases, is al
most instantly allayed by applying
Chamberlain's Salve. Price, 26 cents.
For sale by all Dealers.
; Boys and stenographers headed 14
Are insurance companies raid in Philadelphia.
In an article in the Nineteenth Cen
tury the Kev, A. H. T. Clarke credits
Professor Richard Porson with a phllo
logical jeu d'esprit. Porsou was a
great English scholar who, among oth
er astounding feats of memory, could
repeat all of Gibbon's foot notes by
rote, ft'.v '"-
A farmer once meeting him in A pub
lie house challenged him to derive bis
own name, which was Jeremiah King,
from cucumber. .The farmer thought
he had "stumped'! the scholar, but
Porson Immediately accepted and wor
the challenge.. '' ,
"Jeremiah King," he began. "Jeremy
King. Jerry King, Jerrykln, Jorkln
Gherkin," Porson triumphantly con
eluded, "which la a cucrtmuer."
Sprains require Careful treatment
Keepqult and apply Chamberlain's
Liinimont ireeryv it win remove me
Carts to a healthy condition. For sale
y all dealers. "
The kickers' trust is formed princi
pally of people who cannot get into any
other triiata. , '. '
One of the surest ways of becoming a
bore is to cultivate the babit ol giving
advice. .'. . ",-, ,
LsR Is Slid to B Indcstructibla, but It
. Is Hard to Locate.
Much scholarship , and anatomical
knowledge have been employed from
time to tlmeu efforts to Identify the
bone loz. Bald ' by ancient Hebrew
writers to be the nucleus from wbick
the body is reconstructed at tbe resur
rection. There are many marvelous
stories of tbe Indestructibility of luz,
and the bone pas been located by rival
Claimants to the honor of discovering
tt in various parts of the human skele
ton. The most careful searching of the last
published and ajiiplest treatise on oste
ology will not result in tbe discovery
of the bone called lus. It will be nec
ensary to go to tbe Krankfort edition
of tbe "Thcntrum Anatomicum" of
3aspar Bnnhinus 121 for a descrip
tion: "It la slated by Hebrew writers
to be a bone which cannot be destroy
ed by fire, wuter or any other element,
nor.be broken or bruised by any forcn
Its site is In. tbe spln'e from the eight
eenth vertebra to the "femur.
"We rend thpt the Emperor Hndrlnn
once nsked Itabbi Joshua, tbe son
of Chanui. how God would resurrect
man 111 the world to come. He made
answer, 'From tbe -bone luz in the
spiaal column.' When Hdrian asked
b 1 in how be came by tins knowledge
and how be could prove it the UxbM
Joshua produced the bone so that tbe
emperor could see tt When plated in
water It could not be softened; It va
not destroyed by flrfi.i nor could it bo
ground by any weight; when placed on
an anvil nnd struck with a hammer
the anvil was broken In sunder, but
tbe bone remained Intact" Hleronymus
Maglus represents that according to
tbe TalinmllKts. the real bone Is near
tbe base or the skull, whether it be In
the base llself or In the spine. Vesnllun
writes that this ossicle Is described bv
the Arabs us resembling a chick pea in
size and shape, nnd Cornelius Agrlppa
describes it as "niagultudlne olcerls
mundatl" (the size ot a shelled pen)
Different anatomists have he'd Ii
rnrtously to be the sacrum, the coccyx
(be t wolf t Ii dorsal vertebra, one of (he
Wormian bones tn ihe skull nnd one
of the sesamoids of the great toe.-I-jondon
For Infants and Children.
Ftie Kind You Have Always Bought
Twenth-one employes of butleri.ne
manufacturers in Chicago were charged
with conspiracy to defraud the Govern-nent.
DEATH IN ROARING FIRE.
May not result from the work ol lire
bugs, but ofteii' severe burns are caused
that make a quick ned for Bucklen's
Arnica Salve, the quickest, surest cure
for burns, wounds, bruises, boils, sores,
It subdues itifl immation. Ir. kills pain.
It soothes and heals. Drives off skiti
eruptions, ulcers or pile Only 25c ai
By virtue of powsr of sals contained in that
certain. mort-age deed executed by Susan J.
Hyman on the 36th. day of August, 1911, to the
undersigned, mortfrag-ee, which mortgage deed
is recorded in book number 166. page 221. in the
office of the register of deeds of Craven f county.
the undersigned, will on the 14th. day of August.
191L at the court house door in New Burn at 12
o'clock ni. on said day. sell to the hightest bid
der for cash the following discribed tract of land.
Lying on the south side of Neuse river, and on
the west side of Clubfoot Creek, in number Ave
township, in Craven county. North Carolina,
containing 37 acres more or leas aid being the
same land conveyed by deed from Isaac Carter.
Martha Carter, Nancy Moure. Benjamin Mart In
and Mary Martin to John Bell which ded is re
corded it book No. 141 page 56. in the office of the
register of deeds of Craven county.
July 13 th. 1SII,
JOHN S. GARRETT,
MORTGAGE SALE OF LAND.
Pursuant to a Pow-r of sale contained in a cer
tain ri-al iMilate mortgage cxpciitt-U by Asa Ipock
to William Kpeiht, bearing date the Jst dny of
January. and recorded in the records of Cra
ven county in book Nu. 1418, pskc 47f. I will acll at
the court houec door in New Hern. N. C, on Mon
day. the 14th duy.of August 1911 at twelve o'clock
M. to the highest bidder for euah, all the follow
ing defcribed property as conveyed in the mort
gage afforeaaid. lnt tract beginning ata maple on
the main run of Broad Creek, and running thence
a straight line to a ditch. th-nce with said ditch
to Alice disking' line near the ruad leading from
Cross Branch to Gum Swanvp; thence with Alice
Gaskinn' line to Stapleford's line thence with Sta
ulcfonl's line tu the ruu of Broad Creek then up
and with the creek to the beginning, containing
ir acres more or less. 2d tract beginning at a
pine on the Walker road and running S 15 E 64
poles to Joseph Wiley's line, thence with said line
to the road that leailH from Cross Branch to the
Walker road, thence with said road to the begin
ning, containing 9 acreH more or less. 3d tract
liepinning at a stake in the Gilbert Gaakina line
on the Walker road, thence with said line N 27 W
2 yards, thence N 73 E 66 1-2 yardB. thence S 27
RIl'J 1-2 yards to the Walket ruat thence with
said road to the beginning containing one acre.
July 14. 1911.
NOTICE OF SALE EXECUTION.
road, the place of beginning; containing tea
acres, more or km. and being a part of the tract
of land known aa lot No. on which was allotted
to Alexander Caytou in the division of lauds of
W. R. Carton, dee'd.. which division is recorded
in said office In book 142. page 287.
This 8th. day of July 19IL '
J. W. B1DLLE.
i J. M. Arnold
In the Sup'r. Court.
The Parrot and the Nut.
Brutes are itble to compare und dls
Unguis h. A parrot will ttike up u uul
and throw it down iiuiti wltuout at
tempting to. pruck it. Ilo bus" found
Inut it is light; this he could discover
only by couipni'lns the weight of the
good nuts wlih that of theJjud, uud hi
has found that it bus no kernel; this
be could only discover by what phllos
op hers would dignify wilh the grand
tiLle of a 'syllogism namely, "ull lighi
nuts are hollow; this is a light nut.
therefore the nut is hollow." Maj
F. S. Rexford, 615 New York Life
BidR., Kansas City, M., says, "I had
a severe attack of a cold which settled
in my back and kidneys and I was in
great pain from my trouble. A friend
recommended t'oley Kidney Pills and 1
used two bottles of them and they haw
done Die a world of good." F. S
Duffy. . ,y
WEEKEND EXCURSION TICKETS
To Norfolk Ami Virginia Beach
ilUIT vIS)lV' V .ivew
Southern 1y., to Norfolk, "
. Va., And Kelum.
Saturday Week End
$ 2 50 $ 4 75
2 50 4 75
Matfio' Cloths. '
Many housewives gladly ray 25 cent
for so called "mairlc"' cloths, as they
r very useful for silver and other
metals. Being dry, they do not soil
tbe bands or clotbluft and do their
work until the cloth Itself wears out
To make such a clotli take one quart
of gasoline, one-half pound of whit Inn
and one-ebjhth ounce of oleic acid,
mixing all together and jbaklug well
Boak pieces of woolen cloth in the
mixture and bnng them in tho opor
air in ' shady place to dry. Whei'
the cloths are dry the "mnjjlc" quali
ties hnve been Riven to them, and theso
t?;cy will never lose. Tbe materia)
- Tickets to Virginia Beach 25c higher
thn ' furnished to Norfolk. "Rules in
proportion from all intermediate stations
"Saturday tickets," sold for trains 6
and 16. due to arrive Norfolk. Sunday
morning, good to return leaving Norfolk
until train 1, Monday following date of
sale. " " , '
-."Week End tickets," sold for trains
6 and 16, Friday night and Saturday
train, good to return until train 1, Tues
day following date of sale.
Get complete information from near
est agent '
q. P. A., N-S R. R. .
There is no courage in the display of
sorrow; but there is often real heroism
in the control of it, . . ,.. . ,
. Unselllshness. is fcut a name unless he
who claims it as a virtue possesses self-
control. . ' ' : "
OLD SOLDIER TORTURED.
"For years I suffered unspeakable
torture lrom indigestion, constipation
and liver trouble," wrote A. K Smith,
a wr veteran at fcrie 'e. , "but Dr.
Kincr's New Lifij I'llls fixed me 1!
rif lit. They're simply preat." Try
t:.-!i for ny l"inv'h, I'ver or kidney
1 . ' 1 ( I " !t nil '
A, A. Caytun.
Ry viitue of executions directed to the under
pinned Crom the Superior Court of CrLven county
in the above entitled actiur 1 will on Mundny.
the 7Ui. day of AllKust. lull at twelve o'clock
at the court huuse duur of said county. Bell to the
highest bidder for cash to satisfy said execution
all the riirht. title and interest which said A. A.
(3aytun, the defendant, has or had on the 12th
day of December, 1005. in the following; described
real estate, to-w it:
All thut certain tract or parcel of land situate
in No. ono township. Craven county. N. C, ad
joining the lands of Monr.o Miller. T. D. Willis,
and others branded a3 follows, viz- Ri-irinning
at a stake, near a pine st--"np on the side of the
New Bern public road, it bcinir the beginning
corner in the deed of A. A. Cayton and wife.
Julia, to T. D. Willis and wire. Coi-i, dated 18th,
September, 1S09. and wgistcred in the office of
of the Register of l).!eds of Craven county. N. C.
in book 177, page 1211 and running thence with
mid pulic road to the new public road near the
retidence of N. P. Willis; thence with the said
new public road to a stake in AJonzo Miller's
line; thence with the said Alonzo Miller's line to
s stake in the line of T. D. Willis and wife; thence
with the said Willis line to a stake on the public
Pursuant to power o sale contained in
that certain teal aetata mortgage executed by
Amoa F. Carter and wife Dolilia Elizabeth Car
ter to Marer Hshn. bearing date of 20th, of Jan
uary. 1898, the same being recorded in the office
of the Register of Deeds of Craven county in
book 126. page 39. 1 will sell at the courthouse
door In New Bern. N. C. on Saturday. July 16th.
1911 at the hour of 12 o'clock M. to the highest
bidder for cash, all of the following described
property as conveyed in the m ortgage aforesaid,
to-wit: Allour right, title and interest and es
tate in and to the certain piece or tract of land
situated in said Craven county on tho south side
of Neuse river and on the west side of Clubfoot's
creek, containing three hundred acres, mora or
tens, being the same land that was granted to
Johu Jones by patent duted 18th. day of Decem
ber, 1794. and the same which was conveyed to
Hardy L, Jones by John M Roberts and wife by
deed dated the luth. day of Murc-h 1S47, and from
Fid. Ft, Jones and ethers to O, W. Bell by deed
dated 10th. day of Dncember. Ixfifi and by D. W,
Bell to said Amos Carter and Alfred -Williby by
deed dated 10th, day of Decemlier, Ife59 registered
in otfice of the register of Deedn of suid Craven
county in book CS folio 472. The intfrcst and
estate in said land of th.; said parties of the lir.lt
part and the same hereby conveyed being one
half of said land. Default having been made in
the payment of said note this sale is made to
make payment thereof ,
This the 12th. of June. 1911.
W. D. McIVER.
FROFFSSIOSlL CARDS' !
V. M. Simmons, ) r A- I). Ward,'
AfTOKNEl'S AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW . . .
IIW BEEN, K. C,
Office Robma 401-2-3 Elks Building
Practice in the counties of Craven,
Duplin, Jones. Lenoir. Onslow. Cart
eret,, Pamlico'; and Wake, in ; the Su
preme and federal Courts, and where
ever services are desired.. . ,
- DISEASES OF THE
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office in Elka Temple Next Dr. G, A
Caton, New Bern, N. C.
R. A. NUNN
NOTICE OP PKOI'OSED BOND
Mosely Creek Drainage OiaLrict. -
It appear intt to the tmtisfat-tiim of the Board of
Drainage CommiuBioncrtt of MohoIv Creek JJik
trict, that the total anHfiminonL in said tlisti i:t
exceeds the averafce of 2" cent per acre on nil the
lands in the said dint net. notion is hereby (riven
by tha said Board of D ruinate CoininiHBinimrs
that they propose to" tBue ImihIh for thu con
struction of said improvements, and th co4
and expenses already int-uri tMl, an allowed by law
in the total amount of the sum of forty-two
thousand dollars ($i2,000.00), hearintr i.iteret at
the rat of 6 per annum, for the full amount of
the assessment not paid into the County Treaa
uper, toprether with th interest and cost of col
lection and other incidental expenses: the said
interest upon Raid bondn to ho due and payaltle
aanuaHy. and said Umdssanil he paid in ten (10)
equal installments, iruTCiqt'illnit'nt of th
principal thereof tnwTiire at jtlio xcirulion of
three yoara from Wrlate of the issue of Raid
bonds, aod one installment each su4'eendinK year
for nine (9) additional yearn. Raid bonds tearing
date tha first day of Auk ant. l'lf. Said bonds
whan 80 issued to be sold by said C'mnii i.sinners
at not Ipsa than par: the proceoae t hereof to be ;
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practice in the counties of Cm en,'
Carteret, Pamlico Jones and Oi.bIow
and in the State Supreme an1 Federa
Offict No. 50 Craven fires.
TaUphona No. 97 New Bern, P. C.
devoted to the payment of the work as it pro
erestkea. and to the payment of the assessment
for said drainage district, and the construction
ant! improvement thereof, and for the incidental
expenses accruing and accrued therefor.
And any land owner havinR lands assonsed in
the District and not wanting to pay the interest
oo the bonds bo to be issued, may, within thirty
(30) days after the publication of this notice
pay the County Treasurer the full amount of his
assessmant and have hla lnd released therefrom.
Thin 19th. day of May, 19.1.
G. V. RICHARDSON.
i. H. WEST.
D. L. WARD
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
Hughes Building (.'raven Street
New Lein, N. C.
Practice in State and Forlrral courts.
Circuit, Craven, Carton t, Junes and
Pamlico and wherever Hervicea are de
Made from pure distilled
19-21-23 Griffith St.
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. Interesting articles on Ihe fteneral MtibJecMn ejucai i..n uill apje.ir In every Issue, but the ieadinfl artN
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,,..(.nvn.l)i.i N. C. 1
..,.(. .nHo.,1 l.olu-je N. C
,...K.4.in.l Pi.ik Al I
....tireenvillu, S. C
Haynea' Qunlnm Cullew.
Ilainpilrn Sldney College.. ,
Huniiali More At-tideniy... ,
KU-hmond. Va. '
,, Hampton Va
....... HnniHl.-n .Sidney Va.
....... Keitttertinvn Md
, He nidon Va
..... .Molliiu. Va.
Hmner Militmy School tuinirt N C
ilamilton Sdboot...., , .Wa.hinrtntv D C
Innlenldc luminary ......... ,,..Bi. ikcvilla, Va.
' Jeffrnon School lor Boya... Charlntteavlllc. Va
Klng'a BuaineM CoHeRc Rnleluh N K
Kin I: fninary l. Dora k Giila. . KichmiHid. Va. , '
Louitburg Colle .....Loultwr. N. C :
Maryland Hehool lor fllrh,a.,.,IMk Rawn nj
Mary Baldwin Semlnirv Staunton Va
ManflMa IndiMtnaJ School for Col- .
ored Vouth Manama, Va
Mawanntten Academy.. Wmalmo. k Va
Medunl t oileveot VirdoU Hu liniond, Va
Merrdilh Collrife. , . . Rul.-ie.li S. C ,
Money School Th nnipheH Va.
MorrMa' tit hoot Mil. Klclimoiui Va
Mil. uire llmvenity School KUhmoml. Va
Madmoa HnU Wlnnnu,a. O. C
Ml de Nile Academy ol tha Vial
tatioa , CantotiaviUe. Md -
'I e.lt hits'
Ntt m her.
J ipci I al .
An jl. J.
.Nil M. Aiftun College.
Ml Wu.hiiiKtou. Md.
Nirimni buiiiteat College ........ R.nnnke:; Va.' '
N-iiiii.iI and Caieijlale Inailute. . .Auhevillo, N C
.(.harte Store, M4
None Haim-ol Maryland
link Klil.'e In. I it nle. . . , ,
Oxtui.I 1'i'iii.ile ScmiiKtry ,,
I'.-iiie K,Ihi4 , . ,
I'lidliii. llinJtH School Tbe!
I'ouli-ilan ii.Htitote.. . , ., ,v .
...Oak Kidce. N C
...Ouord. N. C t
...Philadelphia, Pa. .
., .I'hiladelplua. Pa.
...Churlea .owo. W. Va.
. UeiOiKl. Va
lt.in.l.il.li Ma, on Woman' College Lym-Mim. Va, ,
. ...Fiont Kuyal, Va.
. ...Hcllnid City, Va.
. ...Uiiiiville. Va.
. ...Kichniond. Va. -
.nill.olt City. Md,
. . . .Chrlottevlllc. Va.
. . . .Haiti more, Md.
. . , .A.lirville, N. C.
. . .'. Knunh, N. C
Ka.i'l.-lpll Mat mi Collene.
K.iii.1 Hph-.Ma.oir A.a-1emy ..
it.ind.ilph 1av-on Aiadetny .,
itaii-i.ilidi i.,,on luMitute ,.
Kit liiii.ui'i L iill..e
K'l l.in.lH'1 Skll.Mll Ol Ptnrenalnit . WL-hnuinil'-V
ki, liin .n.1 tfuikervatory .a Miulc Hirlimoud. Va.
KkIhihwI 1 1 jiuiiij; Sthiwl lor Kin '
di-iairtikT.v...... Richmond. Va.
KtMiinket ,.,.e fialem. Va.
I'.fMiu.ki- ln.titi.tr. Dnmdle Va.
HoiiHike HiiMiteiv College Rmnnke. Va.
ni k tiiH i mii-le? .
Jit Anne School.
St. t atlieiine Normal liwti..
St l...iii. ve CoHe-e .,
M. Marv'e S. b'Kit . . s . . .
St. PhiI Nornuland Ii. na. School. I awrencrvlllR. Va.
h.ilem I'em.ile Acnd. and Collrna . . Wlnitoti-Snleia, N. ft
MirinndiKh ColleRlate n.tltuis. . .Dnytun Vn,
Shcnniklnib Vulli-y Aiairmy ,,,..WImhetrr, Va.
offiltlalral IWInna, Coltegt Richmond. Va.
Soutliero l-'emalr t'olli-ire .Peterebitie, Va,
Koiitliern Hredjytrriaii Collrge and
CnrvaiiMv ot klimli .Red Stirlnira, N. ft
Southern Sr-inlnary ..Uuerci VU14. Va.
Soutn-rn Shorthand and Buidnem ,
UmverMly , .ortnlk, Vn , "
Mnte l-emate. Normal Si.IhxiI. Karinville. Va.
Mate Nritnul S. hl.' , .Hnrrinonliurg, Va.
State Norm it and Indue Sihool. . .Krederli ksluirg, Vt,
Staunton Military A.ndemv Staunton, Va
Sunewall )jikm In.tllute. ...... Alniiirlnn, Va.
Munrl Had ,. Staunton Va.
iull-ml ni and rone at Muatc ...Hn.t.J Va
Sei llliai t ollfRe, ........ ,
Tinak-y Military InMltnte ..
1 nuit y I illi-e
Inntty I'aik Sliool
LrlllVeraltV CotlcKC ot Medicine
t'r.ivrrylty ol North Cetubna .
(trtivrmty jl Virginia
U S. Cmieirot Vet rueon. .,
Virtmla t'hrtlla College
V114111M t'.li.pe , . . .
Vu tloiu nifl Stiiutlnrul College
Viimnw Me, haw. Institute .
Virifl'IM Mllllvrv lll-tllule.
Vir ptiij rolytcbm. Iimtitute, . .
V'T.lt.nrt'-n and l.e I'mceitlty .
William eni Miry t.ollne
V lul-elt (. nil- t'
Vc '.nun', t .ill. . . 1
...Sweet briar, Va.
...Wlmlon Salem, ft ft
.. .Duiliani, N. C
...liutlmm. N. C
...Chapel lllll. N, C
...Waiiiliiuioii D. ft
. , .l.yniMuire Va.
. . . Un.in-.ke. Va.
. I.yni M.nrg. V.
. Ku lmi.m.1. V'a.
k .!.. Va
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