Clipped From The Atlanta Constitution
Hinton Goes with Centr&L .E. Hi Hinton vrtia up. 9 few months Ago was traffic manager of'the Central of Georgia baa "been appointed traffic manager -for the Tennessee. Central and will take charge of the traffic' affairs of this toad February. 17 This aanouncement will be of great In terest to railway men "la Atlanta and all over Georgia as Mr. Hinton Is one of the man popular .men who has ever been in the railway service- In this state. Mr. Hinton was born in Mir iesippi and received his education at the University of the South. He began his railway ca reel- in 1879 when he entered the service of the Chicago. St. Louis and New Orleans road which he served in different positions for a number of years. He then went with" th -Texas and Pacific as def rat Jblerk In the general E. IL HINTON + Who Has Been Appointed Traffic Manager of the Terfiessee Cen- 4 tral. freight offices at New Orleans. He -was afterwards assistant general freight agent for the same road with headquarters at Dallas. Later Mr. Hinton left the Texas and Pacific to.become Pacific const agent for the Panama railroad at San Francisco. June 1 1897 he was appointed traffic manager of the Central of Georgia and the Ocean Steamship Company which po- gltlon he filled up to a short time ago. Mr. Hinton has always been popular both with railway men and shippers. He is regarded as one of the best traffic men In tho country and the present "excellent condition of the Central's traffic department is largely attributed to him by railway men who are acquainted with the affairs of the road. The Tennessee Central though a new line appears to have 'a strong backing and from all appearances will in the near futuie be a strong factor In Tennessee railway matters. In a short time the read will enter Nashville from wtilch point it will build to ClarkesviHe. 'iWcIty of Nashville has subscribed to $1.000,000 of the road's bonds for this extension. Colonel Jere Baxter Is president. The main object In the building of the road is the development of the Cumber- In nd coal fields the people who own the Tennessee Central having large interest In them. 't- with'r nn.eaee up. tq a. go m r tr mc. Tenn ttaee. un uncement In- s m tJt rwa erlC I tis lte. Hinto w. b I 111cslppl rUJelve euouo Univerty Sut b rlway c- Tr 1. wb n b enter the sce Cc. 81 Lnt ad len ra. whch sre dfteent piton fc nlr"-f Ter ten 'i. Uie"Texs P- df a ctler e geeral -e.e.e.e.e-.e.e.e.e.e.e.e e t t e t t e e t t e t e t i e t e t t e t t e t t e e t t e t t e t t e t t e' t t e t' l lTN. I Be Arolnted Tac e Manar Trlessee + .e.e.e.e.e.e.e.e.e.ee.ee ew aferwards aslstant generl rad wth Dalas. Ltt'r tb Texs PacIfc to bcome Pacfc CO"t Pana rirad Frn- J87. applntt'd tr1c Georg Stt'amhlp wblh siton shor tme a. alwa ben raiwa shippr. rtgartd on mf -eJcElle"t cOllon Central larly atributed ral- 1.ay mfn are fair rod. Centrl lnt appars t stronl bcking ad appearaces wl stron T ral.av maters. n ad 1 Nas \'le wlh wi buid CIkesvlle. t el Xaahvle sucribe .0,0 rad' extenin. J re BaxtEr buiding deelopment Cmber. l1d ft'lds. te pple TenrEsee Centl hving Intprest 't jg u ha .men wa Mirsissippi Ca- nunther.ofyears. tT c1fi rate lerk a 5'3. .es 1 ei.:4 7 r i a Ida S 5 deco af- r ii cIty i land .5 - & . . ; . > ' , " ¬ - . ' . ' , ¬ , " , . - . . , . ¬ , . ¬ , . ( " - - ¬ . . , - . . - . . . ¬ . , , , - . . . " ' ¬ ¬ ¬ . , , ' . , . ' $ . , ' . . - , . ' . : ; , ; , < ' ' ! . ' ' . ' < . ' . - . : . . " , . , ; < . ! ! " ' " ' , - . . . . - . . . . . . . . + + . . + . . + . . . . . . . . ' . , ' . . - , . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . _ ! : ( ' ' ' ' " ! ' ' ' ) ' " : ) ' < : " ! ' . ' ' , ; , ; . ' \ ' : , ' , ) ' $ ! ! ' ! ' ( . . ! ! < . ; & ' . . . . . - . . . ' . . ° . : ; . ; : _ _ \ . ! , ; : ' , . ' - - , . - - ' . . .