Back in His Old Place.

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
October 28, 1897 Page 1:
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Back in His Old Place.

The legion of friends of Capt. R. R. Hargis will greet with pleasure the information that he is back in his old position as conductor on the Western & Atlantic railroad. He began his duties yesterday and his first train took two engines to drive it and was one of the largest that ever pulled out of Atlanta. Capt. Hargis is active, experienced and efficient, and the road had the appearance of having lost something when his familiar figure was not seen about the passenger trains. Good luck and a long life to the genial captain. May he survive to punch many tickets and manipulate the bell cord yet many times.


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