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THE XORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. C 



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CHAS. E. JOHNSON, Pres. WALTERS DURHAM, Cashier. 

C. B. EDWARDS, V-Pres. 
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D THE NORTH CAROLINA YRAR BOOK. 

The Leading FURNITURE Stare~of 
Virginia and Norlli Carolina. 

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and Carpets. 

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of Virginia 

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The LARGEST Southern Life Insurance Co. 
Issues the Most Approved Forms 
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The North Carolina Year Book 

TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Page 

ALTITUDE 215 

ATTOKNEYS 96-100 

BANKS AND BANKERS 195-203 

National Banks 201-202 

Private Banks 203 

Savings Banks 202-203 

State Banks 195-201 

BANK STATISTICS 27 

BUILDING & LOAN ASS'NS 27 

CAPITAL INVESTED 27 

CLIMATE 215 

CHUKCHES 113-ia] 

Baptist 12G-131 

Christian (Disciples) 115 

Christian Science 114 

EvangL-lical Lutheran 117-118 

Free Will Baptist 118-119 

Mtthodist Prot.stant 114-115 

Methodist Episcopal (So.) 122-126 

Moravian 114 

Presbyt.jrian 120-122 

Primitive Baptist 131 

Protestant Episcopal 119-120 

Reformed 114 

Roman Catho'ic 114 

Society of Friends 116 

Southern Christian 116-117 

Summarv Statistics 113 

CO. AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS— 

Arranged alphabetically 72-95 

CORPORATIONS CHARTERED.... 190 
COTTON, SILK AND WOOLEN 

MILLS 203-208 

DENTISTS 101-103 

DIVORCE LAWS 28 

ELECTORAL VOTE— 

State 58 

United States 213 

FAIRS 213 

FURNITURE FACTORIES 209-210 

GAME BIRDS 28 

INCORPORATED TOWNS AND 

MAYORS 21U-213 

INDEBTEDNESS AND RESOURCES 

OF NORTH CAROLINA 63-71 

INTEREST LAW 190 

INSURANCE STATISTICS 27 

INDIANS 27 

JUDICIAL OFFICERS 61-63 

Associate Justices Supreme Court. 61-62 

Attorney-Generals 62 

Chief Justices Supreme Court.... 61 

Clerks of Supreme Court 62 

Judges Superior Court 62 

Marshals of Supreme Court 62 

Reporters of Supreme Court 62 

KNITTING MILLS 208 

LAND GRANTS 48 

NEWSPAPERS 191-195 

OFFICIAL VOTE OF THE STATE.. 54-58 

Congressional vote, 19^)6 55-57 

Official Vote for President. 1904.. 57 

Popular vote for President 57-58 

Vote for member N. C. Cor. Com. 54-55 



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Vote for Superior Court Judges.. 65 

PENSION STATISTICS 27 

PHYSICIANS 104-112 

PLATFORMS 51-54 

Democratic 51-53 

Republican 53-54 

POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS 49-51 

Democratic 49-50 

Republican 50-51 

POST OFFICES 23 

PUBLIC HOLIDAYS 215 

RAILROADS 35-37 

RAILWAY STATISTICS 25-26 

SALARIES STATE OFFICIALS.... 14 16 

SCHOOLS 133-190 

Denominational Colleges 133 

Colore d Schools 135 

Educational Statistics 135-136 

Educational Statistics — 

By counties 190 

Graded Schools 1.38-140 

High Schools 136-137 

Private Schools 140-143 

Prominent Private Schools 133 

Public School teachers 143-189 

State Institutions 133 

SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS 38-43 

Agricultural Society 47 

Architectural Association 42 

Association of Academies 42 

Association of Wholesale Dealers, 
Millers and Manufacturers of the 

Carolinas 47-48 

Bankers' Association 41 

Bar Association 41 

Chemical Society 40 

Colonial Dames 39 

. Confederate Veterans 38-39 

Cotton Growers' Association 48 

D'aughters of (Confederacy 39 

Daughters of the Revolution 46-47 

Daughters of the Averican Revo- 
lution 47 

Dental Society 40 

Elks 46 

Farmers' Alliance 42 

Firemans' Association 43 

Funeral Directors and Embalmers 43 

G. A. R 39 

Horticultural Society 42 

J. 0. U. A. M 45-46 

Knights of Pythias 43 

Library Association 42 

Literary and Historical Associa- 
tion 42 

Masonic Orders — 
Grand Chapter Royal Arch 

Masons 44 

Grand Commandery Knights 

Templar 45 

Grand Council Royal and Select 

Masters 45 

Grand Lodge of Masons 44 

Medical Association 46 



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Medical Society 

N. 0. Board Pharmacy 

Nature Study Society 

Odd Fellows " 

Order of the Cincinnati 

Pharmaceutical Association 

Poultry Association 

Press Association 

Red Men 

Retail Merchants' Association.... 

Royal Arcanum 

Sons of the Confederacy 

Sons of the Revolution 

State Federation of Labor 

Tochers' Assembly 

SOLDIERS HOME 



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STATE GUARD 

STATE GOVERNMENT— 

Executive 

.Judicial 

Li gisJative 

STATE INSTITUTIONS EST. 



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1907. 



STATE OFFICERS 

Auditors 

Commissioners of Agriculture.... 

Commissioners of Labor 

Governors 

Presidents of U. S. Senate 

Railroad Commissioners 

Secretaries of the Navy 

Secretaries of State 

Speakers of the House 

Speakers of U. S. House 

Speakei'S of the Senate 

State Comptrollers 

State Treasurers 

U. S. Senators 

STATE RECEIPTS AND EXPEN- 
DITURES 

SUPERIOR COURTS, TIME OF 

HOLDING 

TAX COMMISSION REPORT 

33-35 j TEMPERANCE INFORMATION. . . . 

16-19 ' TOBACCO STATISTICS 

28 Y. M. C. A 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Page 
Allen's Forty Lessons Double Entry 

Bookkeeping G 

American Book Company 134 

Antietam Paper Company E 

A. & M. College for the Colored Race, 

Greensboro 1E9 

Atlantic Fire Ins. Co 24 

Baptist University for Women, Raleigh. 147 

Bank of Tarboro 71 

Barrett & Thompson 40 

Bromo-Seltzer B 

Christopher Engraving Co., Richmond.. 112 

Citizens Bank, Norfolk 5 

Citizens National Bank, Raleigh 22 

Clayton Banking Co., Clayton 44 

Commercial and Farmers Bank, Raleigh. 9 

Doblrr iV Mudge, Baltimore, Md E 

Durham Bu^gy Co., Durham C 

Edwards & Broughton 1S9 

Elizabeth College, Charlotte 1.55 

Farmer and Mechanic 131 

First National Bank, Durham 15 

First National Bank, Richmond 31 

Fourth National Bank, Fayetteville 36 

Greensboro Female College, Greensboro. 1.51 

Horner Military School, Oxford 153 

■Tffftrson Standard Lif-^ Ins. Co 7 

Johnsnn, B. F., Publish Co., Rich- 
mond, Va 132 

Jovce Engraving Co., The Maurice, 

Washington 95 

Keeley Institute, Greensboro 19 

Kings Business College 163-lSl 

Life Insurance Company of Virginia, 

Richmond, Va D 

Mechanics Savings Bank, Raleigh C 

Mechanics k Investors Union G 

^tlIrphy's Hotel, Richmond P 

\ational Bank. The, Fav-tteville 77 

National Bank of Virginia, Richmond, 
Va Side of front cover 



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30-32 

214-216 

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113-114 



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National State Bank, Richmond 

Top of front cover 

News and Observer 17 

Norfolk & Southern Railvs-ay 11 

Normal and Collegiate Institute, Ashe- 

ville 157 

North Carolina State Normal and In- 
dustrial College, The 141 

North State Mutual Life Insurance Co.. 34 
North Carolina College of Agriculture 

and Mechanic Arts, The 137 

Parker & Hunter O 

Peace Institute, Raleigh 145 

Peoples Bank, New Bern 42 

Presbyterian College for Women, Char- 
lotte 149 

Raleigh Banking and Trust Co 29 

Raleigh Marble Works, Cooper Bros., 

Props G 

Raleigh Savings Bank, Raleigh 37 

Saint Mary's School, Raleigh 143 

Seotti.sh Fire Insurance Co., Fayette- 
ville P 

S"curity Life & Annuity Co., The 32 

Smithdeal's Business College, Rich- 
mond, Va E 

Southern Life Insurance Co., Fay- 
etteville Bottom of front cover 

State Fair, The Great 41 

.1. Southgate & Son G 

Svdnor & Hundley. Richmond, Va D 

Sydnor Pump & Well Co 13 

W. T. Terry F 

University of North Carolina 138 

Uzzell, e'. M. & Co., Raleigh 100 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Rich- 
mond, Va...' Back cover 

Virginia State Ins. Co., Richmond P 

Wake County Savings Bank, Raleigh 43 

Yarborough House, The 45 



MORTH CAKOLINAS RESOURCES. 



NORTH CAROLINA'S RESOURCES, 



By GOVERNOR R. B. GLENN. 

Industrially, North Carolina has evolved to that position of prosperity and output 
where the oniy limits upon continued expansion are those which result from basic 
limitations. 

That is to say, that whereas the problem of former years was to secure the in- 
vestmtnt of the capital of the State in active State industrial enterprise, the time 
has come when the lesson has been so WjU karned that the question has shifted 
to the procurement of the necessary capital to carry out the plans of an industrially 
awakened citizenry. 

In industrial development, the mills that manufacture fabrice still lead in im- 
portante. The State has taken first place among all those in the U.nion in the 
number of textile manufactories and is second to Massachusetts in point of value 
of production. 

The growth of this industry is t.vpical of that of the State, is in a large sense the 
index of its prosperity, for what has been done in cotton milling, while done in larger 
figures, has been equalled if not exceeded in other numerous lines of industry. The 
figures as compiled by the North Carolina Department of Labor and Printing and the 
Llnited States Census Bureau, given by years, show the increase in textile insti- 
tutions to have been marvelous. 
Year. No. Mills. Looms. Spindles. No. Employed. Capital. 

1890 49 3,054 149,898 8,515 $10,775,134 

1900 1-22 26,689 1,297,771 38,637 3.3,011.516 

1905 287 45,663 2,267,625 41,222 57,043,418 

1906 318 52,747 2,573,130 52,921 60,861,860 

In 1906 the 318 mills reporting (a number of mills owned by the same com- 
pany in several instances having been rc-porttd as one) showed a capital of $60,861,860, 
the employment of 52,747 looms, 2,573,130 spindles, 5,237 knitting machines and 115,- 
671 horse power. 

In the presence of the fact that a number of mills fail to report, the increase 
shown in looms and spindles indicates that the value of the mills is now in excess 
of $65,000,000, with an annual value in production of upwards of $75,000,000. 

In 1880 the number of bales consumed in North Carolina cotton mills was under 
25,000, or at that time about one-seventh of the State's production. 

In 1903 the number of bales consumed had risen to 550,000, having practically- 
kept pace with the increased acreage and production of cotton within the State. 

In 1906, with a total crop for the State of 600,000 bales, the mills of the State 
manufactured more than was raised. 

What is thus significantly true of cotton is also illustrat^'d in the growing of 
tobacco, the chief money crop of the Stat?. North Carolina will this year produce in 
tobacco upwards of ninety million pounds, to be sold at an average price of possibly 
ten cents, or, say, for approximately $9,000,000. 

The wide economy latent in this record is, perhaps, better shown by the rela- 
tive value of the agricultural and manufactured products of the State for various 
illustrative periods; 

In 1890, for instance, the value of the agricultural products was $50,000,000, and 
of the manufactured products, $40,000,000. 

By 1900 the value of the manufactured product had grown to $95,000,000, as 
against an increase in the agricultural product to $89,000,000. 

But in 1905, showing an increase in manufacturrd products of upwards of five 
million to an amount in excess of $100.000,noo, tho value of the agricultural products 
had more than kept pace and amounted to $95,000,000. 

In 1906, with a further estimated incr as? of $6,000,000 in manufactured values, 
the agricultural products have climbed we'1 above $100,000,000 in va'ue. 

Significant in the general industrial and manufacturing situation is the practical 
birth within the past few years of the furniture industry, the figures illustrative of 
which are truly phenomenal. 

In 1890 there were four factories, with 123 employes, and a capital of $41,000. 

In 1900 there were forty-four factories, employing 1,759 hands, representing a capi- 
tal of $1,023,374. 

In 1905 there were 105 factories, employing 5,164 people and capitalized at $4,- 
621,r;94. 

In 1906 there were more than 124 factorirs, with a capital in excess of $5,000,000, 
emploving over six thousand people and p'-odufine- an output of $S. .500,000. 

While, companion of cotton milling, the knitting mill industry, represented a 
few years ago by an isolated small factory or so, now shows fifty mills in successful 
operation, employing 15,000 spindles, 5,237 machines and 4,200 emploves, representing 
a capital invested of $2,400,000. 



INDUSTRIAL NORTH CAROLINA. 



INDUSTRIAL NORIH CAROLINA, 



By T. M. ROBERTSON, United States Department of Commerce and Labor. 

The best evidence of the industrial possibilities of North Carolina is found ia 
the progress made during- the past few y ars. According to the reports of the 
twelfth census there was more capital emp'oyrd in one single industry in IDOO than 
there was in all the industries in the State in 1890. Ten counties now have more 
money invcstid in manufacturing enterprises than the entire State had ten years 
ago. The va'ue of products in the two industrits of cotton manufacturing and lum- 
ber is now greater than that of all the manufactured products of the State in 1890. 
From 1890 to 1900 the capital invested in manufacturing increased nearly 134 per 
cent, and the va'ue of manufactured pro lucts incr as d 125 per cent. The increase 
was much gr^at r during the past seven thai- during the preceding ten years, as ia 
shown by the figures for 1905. 

COTTON MANUFACTURING. 

It will be interesting to note somewhat in d-tail a few of those industries in 
which the most notable progress has been made. First in importance on account of 
its magnitude and a'so on account of the opportunity it offers for profitable invest- 
ment is that of cotton manufacturing. Iii 1890 th-'re were ninety-one cotton mil's 
in the State with a capital of about three-quart'r miTions of dollars, while in 1905 
there were 212 mills with a capital of •$57,413,418. The value of the cotton mill 
products in 1890 was $9,56.3,443, and in 1905 it was !?47,254.054. These mills in 1905 
employed more than 36,000 people and paid tlum more than $7,500,000 in wages. In 
1900 the cotton mills consum d cotton to the value of more than $15,000,(100, or 
about 400,000 bales, which was practically all the cotton grown in the State that 
year. In 1905 th" 212 cotton mills consumed more than 500,000 bales of cotton 
worth nearly $29,000,000. 

THE TANNING INDUSTRY. 
The tanning industry is yet a small one, but the success attending it wherever 
n\odern mLthods have been adopted warrants the stat m:nt that it is capable of 
profitable en'argemcnt to great proportions. Up to within a very few years tanning 
was conducted only under the primitive methods in vogue fifty years ago. In 
1890 the invested capital in the industry amounted to only a little over $100,000 and 
the products valued at but $190,887. Within the last fifteen years an attmpt has 
been made to conduct the business on modern plans, and so successful has it 
proven that in 1905 the capital invested wa.s $2,56S,r65, and the value of the pro- 
ducts was $2,652,174. This successful beginning proves beyond doubt that here is a 
field for profitable investment. 

MANUFACTURING TOBACCO. 

The State has long been famous for its chewing and smoking tobacco. Some of 
the largest tobacco factories in the world are locati d here. In 1890 the capital in- 
vested in tliis industry was $4,783,491. Since that time the capital has more than 
doubled and the value of products in 1900 was n; arly three times as much as in 
1890. In 1907 the capital invested is reported by the North Carolina Labor De- 
partment at $36,000,000, and the total value of the products of the factories is es- 
timated by the same source to be $28,087,969. Great fortunes have been made in 
the business and opportunity is still open for the profitable investment of large 
capital in the business. 

FURNITURE FACTORIES. 

Perhaps the most remarkable showing made in any industry is in that of furni- 
ture manufacturing. In 1890 there were si.x little factories with a capital of $126,- 
350, and the total va'ue of their products was $159,000. In 1905 there were 105 
factories with a capital of $4,621,994, and their products were va'ued at $1,457,305, an 
increase of nearly four thousand fo'd in fifteen years! While the industry is yet 
comparatively small, yet this remarkable growth proves conclusively that success ia 
assured to the enterprising investor who embarks in the business. 

***** 

North Carolina Is an agricultural State, and as such offers advantages of a 
superior character. But the facts and figures a'rcady given and those that are to 
follow suggest that perhaps her greatest possibilities are in manufacturing. The 
streams can supply energy conservatively e=timat' d at 2,750,000 horse pow r. Of this 
tremendous supply of energy something like 600,000 horse power is already available 
and with recent progress in the electrical transmission of power it is not extravagant 
to assert that a very large proportion of this trem ndous force can be economically 
utilized for industrial purposes. Developrnf^nt companies are now offering power to 
all that region from Greensboro to Char'otte. The growth of railroad mileage in 



TlIF NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 



THE 



CITIZENS BANK 



CAPITAL 
SURPLUS 



of NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 
Organized 1867 



$300,000.00 
300,000.00 



McD. L. WRENN President 

J. W. PERRY Vice-P esident 

K. S. COHN Vice-Presiuent 

TENCH F. TILGHIMAN Cashier 

GEO. J. TWOHY Trust Officer 

NORMAN BELL. JR Asst Cashier 

DIRECTORS — McD. L. Wremi, W. G. Swartz, E. L. Woodard, John 
S. Jenkins, A. B. Seldner, c. M. Barnett, R. B. Cooke, John 
Twohy, G. Serpen, J. W. Dejitrnette, V. L. Backus. R. A. Wain- 
wright, M. K. King, R. S. Cohn, R, H. Barrett, T. F. Tilghman, 
J. W. Perry, Geo. J, Twohy. 




Interest paid on time deposits by special contract. 

Bills of exchange issued on all of the p'. incipal cities of Europe. 

Charter authorizes Trust and Fiduciary accounts. Lock boxes 

for rent at moderate cost in the best appointed Safe Deposit Vaults 

pud in the most modern fire-proof building in Tidewater Virginia. 



INDUSTRIAL NORTH CAROLINA. 



recent years and the cheapness attending railroad construction in the State, settle the 
question of accessibility to the fields of raw material. While the cotton mills of 
the State now spin every pound of cotton grown in the State, and more too, the 
proximity of the great cotton growing States further South practically places their 
cotton at doors of our mills. The great variety and abundance of the finest hard 
woods in the world offer unusual inducem:;nts to those who wish to engage in the 
manufacture of furniture, carriages and wagons, hard wood material for builders, ag- 
ricultural wooden supplies' and all kinds of small wooden wares. 

The cheapness of constructing buildings is of itself a tremendous item of saving 
in capital out'ay — with an abundance of tb? very best building woods at the door of 
every community and an unlimited supply of brick clay everywhere, together with 
the fact that the mild climate permits far less expensive buildings both for fac- 
tories and dwellings than are required further north, reduces the necessary building 
cost to the minimum. The fact that there are no large cities to cause great land 
values, and the further fact that a majority of the most desirable manufacturing 
sites are situated in small railroad villag.s reduce the cost of land for manufactur- 
ing purposes to almost nothing. 

The productive power of capital is one of the first things to determine in the 
selection of a locality for manufacturing purposes. To show what capital can ac- 
complish in North Carolina in two of thi most promising industries the following 
facts are submitted: 

Each $100 invested in the manufacture of cotton goods in the United States in 
1000 yielded a product valued at a little mare than $72.00. In Rhode Island it yielded 
5'G4.00, in Massachus tts it yielded slightly less than $71.00, while in North Carolina 
it yielded $86.00. That is to say, that in North Carolina capital invested in this 
industry afforded a basis for profit from 1.5 to 22 per cent, greater than it did in the 
other States mentioned. Or to express it in a more practical way, $100 invested in 
this industry in North Carolina is equivalent to an investment of $121 in Massa- 
chusetts and to $131 in Rhode Is'and. The^e figures bear only upon the relation of 
capital to product, and when cheapness of building, the earning power of a dollar 
when invested in labor, and the items of taxes and general expenses are considered 
they become even more significant. 

Similar comparisons with Michigan for the furniture industry afford even a 
greater contrast in favor of North Carolina. Each $100 invested in the manufac- 
ture of furniture in the State of Michigan in 1900 yielded a product valued at $105, 
while in North Carolina it yielded $151 — a difference of 46 per cent, in favor of 
North Carolina. Or to use the other method of comparison, $100 invested in this 
industry in North Carolina was equivalent to an investment of nearly Sll-t in 
Michigan. In Michigan nearly 24 per cent, of the invested capital for this industry- 
was required to provide the necessary land and buildings, while in North Carolina 
only 171/2 per cent, of capital was thus required. 

The above comparisons for cotton goodi have been made with Massachusetts be- 
cause that State is the great center of this industry in this country and because 
there has been made its greatest progress. Rhode Is'and was also selected because 
the conditions there are verj' similar to those in Massachusetts and also because the 
volume of business in the latter State is so nearly the same as that for North Caro- 
lina. For furniture, Michigan was select d because it is recognized as perhaps the 
most progressive State in the Union in that industry. These comparisons with 
States in which the greatest progress has been made and where the highest perfec- 
tion has been reached give particular emphasis to the wonderful opportunities 
offered here. 

Labor here is contented and reliable. It is composed entirely of people born in 
the State, and there is therefore not that disposition to seek changes which is bo 
common among foreigners. There are no large cities with their attendant \'ice8 
and temptations to dissipation. The work'ng people are intelligent, moral and in- 
dustrious, thus combining all the elements of the most desirable employe. They 
are not easily shaken from their natural'y conservative ways, and strikes are there- 
fore of rare occurrence and short duration. 

Taxation is exceeding'y light. While wealth has increased at a rapid rate dur- 
ing the past ten years it has been neces'ary to add but 17 per cent, to the assess- 
ed valuation of real estate and the rate of taxation has not been increased at all. 
Labor and capitol have always been upon such amiable terms that the law-making 
power has found it necessary to do but little in the way of regulating labor ques- 
tions, and this little has been along conservative lines. 

All in all, there is no more inviting fi Id for manufacturers than in this State, 
and it is doubtful if so many superior advantages and desirable considerations are to 
be found elsewhere. Cheap power in practically unlimited volume, cheap raw ma- 
terial in ample quantity, quality and variety, reliable labor, cheap living, whole- 
some laws, an ideal climate, and a hospitable welcome await the enterprising stranger 
who comes among us. 



nil!" NORTH CARO I !NA YEAR BOOK. 



Slrongest in the South 

JEFFERSON 



Standard Life Insurance Co. 
Home Office: RALEIGH, N. C, 

(^ CASH SURPLUS TO POLILYJalOERS $500,000.00 ^ 

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Signing of the Dcclara tion of Independence by 

Thomas J; fferson, Jn'v 4th. ITTC. 



V 



JOSEPH G. BROWN, 

President. 

C. W. GOLD, 

See'y & Supt of Ajri^ncies. 

ALBERT ANDERSON, 

Medical Diiector. 



P. D. GOLD, Jr., 

Viee-Pres. k. On. Mgr. 
C. J. PARKER, 

TroasuP'T. 
T, B. WOMACK, -y 
General Counsel. 



DAVID PARKS F-VCKLER, Actuary. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— FXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



State Government 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

tJOVERNOH— Robert Biodnax Glenn, of 
I'ois\ til. 

IJKIT.-OOVEKNOR— Francis D. ".'inston, 
ol BtTtie. 

PKIV.aTE SEClJETATiY TO GOVERNOR— 
A. H. Arrinston, of Nash. 

E.XECUTIVE CLEKK— Miss Lillian Thomp- 
son, of Wake. 

SKfRKTAIJV OF STATE— J. Bryan 
Grimes, of I'itt. 

eillKF CI.KKK TO SECRETARY OF 
Sl'ATK — Gonrsi- W. Nurwood. of \V;ike. 

rouPOIJATlON CLERK— \V. S. Wilson, of 
Ca-wpll 

SfENOGRAPHER- Mi33 Minnie Bagwell, 
of Wake. 

?TATE TREASURER- Benj. R. Lacy, of 
Wake. 

CHIEF CI EUK. TREASURY DEPART- 
MENT— W. F. Moodv. of M.-iklenbiirg 

CLERK FOR INSTTTUTIONS— H. M. 
Rerc", of Wake. 

TELLER— P. B. Fleming, of Franklin. 

LICENSE CLERK— Miss M. F. Jones, of 
biinrombe. 

STATE AUDITOR— Benj. F. Dixon, of 
Cleveland. 

CHIEF CLERK TO AUDFTOTl- E. H. Ba- 
ker, of Wake. 

TAX CLERK— Baxter Durham, of Wake. 

CLERK AND STENOGRAPHER— Mrs. F 
W. Smith, of Wake. 

ATTOKNKV (JENERAl^Robert D. Gil- 
mer, of na\'\vood. 

ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL— 
Havdn Clom'^nt, of Rowan. 

CT.ERK AND STENOGRAPHER- Mis- 
Sarah Biirkheari. of Columbus. 

SI l'KIM\TKM>ENT OF PUBLTC IN 
STPUrTTON--.T Y. .lovner, of Gui'ford. 

CHIEF CLERK— Allen J. Barwick, of 
Lenoir. * 

CLERK AND STENf^GROPHER- Mis- 
Hattie B. Arrington, of Nash. 

SPECIAL CLERK FOR LO\N FUND AND 
SECRETARY TO EDUCATIONAL, CAM- 
PAIGN COMMITTEE— C. H. Mebane, of Ca- 
tawba. 

INSPECTOR OF PUBLIC HIGH 
SCHOOr.S— N. W. Wa'kor, of Chapel Hill. 

AD.TUTANT GENERAL— T. R. Robertson, 
of M"(klpnbiir!r. 

STATE LIBRARIAN— M. 0. Sherrill. of 
Catawba. 

AS<!TCTA\T LIBRARIAN- Miss Carrie E 
Broiiebton of Wake. 

rnxtMIP'STONFIJ OF LABOR AND PRINT 
ING — Tlenrv B. Vnrner. of Da\nf1son. 

i*SPlSTANT COMMISSIONER— M. L. Ship- 
man. nf H 'rulercrn. 

STFVOGRAPIIER- Mis* Daisy Thompson. 
of Wake. 

INSURANCE COir\nSSTONEn— James R 
YoiiTisr. of Vance. 

CT.FRK TO INSITRANCE COMAHSSTON 
ER — D. H. Milton, of Roekinghair.. 

CI.ERK AND STENOGRAPHER- Miss Ida 
Montpomerv. of Wake. 

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SUPERINTENDENT OF Pl'DLIC BUILD- 
INGS— C. C. Cherr"-. of Edgecombe. 

STATE STANDARD KEEPER— U H. 
Lumsdi n. of Wake. 

STATE PRINTER— E. M. Uzzell, of Wake 

Governor's Conncil. 

The Secretary of Sate, Auditor, Treas- 
urer, and Superintendent of Public Instruc- 
tion. 

State Board of Edncation. 

The Governor. Lieutenant Governor, Sec- 
retary of State, Auditor. Treasurer, Super- 
intendent of Public Instruction, and Attor- 
Tiey General. 

Board of Fnblic Buildings and 

Grounds. 

The Governor, Secretary of State, Trea>- 
arer, and Attorney-General. 

State Board of Pensions. 

The Governor, Aditor, and Attorney Gen- 
eral. 

Connty Board of Pensions. 

The Clerk of the Court, Rethster of 
Deeds. Sheriff and Chairman of Board of 
County Commissioners. 

Board of Internal Tmprovenientg. 

The Governor, R. C. Beckwith, ol Wake, 
R. A. Morrow, Union. 

Corporation Commission. 

Franklin McNeill, of New Hanover. Chalr- 
Tian. (Term expires January, 1012). 

Samuel L. boeers, of Macon. (Term ex- 
■lires .TanuarA-. inn<T). 

E. C. Reddingfleld, of Wake. (Term ex- 
pires January. 1909). 

Henry C. Brown, of Surry. Cliief Clerk. 

Miss E. G. Riddick, of Gates, StenogT*- 
plier. 

Board of Charities. 

William A. Blair, (chairmani, WinstoB- 
Salem. 
Edgar L. Hauehton, Pollorksville. 
W. F. Craig. Marion. 
Carey J. Hunter, Raleigh. 
A. C. JfcAIister, Asheboro. 
iliss Daisy Denson, Raleigh, Secretary. 

North Carolina Geolog:icaI 
Board. 

Board of Managers — Governor R. B. 

Gl-^nn, Ex-OfFieio Chairman. 

State Geologist— Jos. Hvde Pratt, (Thapel 
Hill. 

Henrv E. Fries. Winston. 

Frank Wood. Edonton. 

Frank R. Heu'ett, Asheville. 

Hiig-h McRae. Wilmington. 

Seif-ntiflc Staff— Josonb Hvde Pratt. As- 



■iliK NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 9 

Depositary of the State of North Carolina, County of Wake, and 
tlie City of Kaleigh and tlie North Carolina Railroad. 

COMMERCIAL & 
FARMERS BANK 



....OF RALEIGH, N. C... 



Commenced Business September 30, 1891. 

Chartered by the General Assembly of North Carolina. 
B. S. JERMAN, President. H. W. JACKSON, Cashier. 

ALiF. A. THOMPSON, V.-Prea E. B. CRC>W. Ass't Cashier. 

JAMES E. SHEPHERD, Attorney. 
J. J. THOMAS, Chairman Board of Directors. 
R. B. RANEY, JOSHUA B. HILL, and CAREY J. HUNTER. 

Examining Committee. 

UNDER rrs CHARTER ACTS AS EXECUTOR, TRUSTEE, AD- 
MINISTRATOR, GUARDIAN. 



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SURPLUS AND NET PROFITS - 
RESOURCES - . . . 



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DIRECTORS. 



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J. J. THOMAS, (Tnairman. 

AT.F. A. THOMPSON, President Ral- 
eigh Cotton Mills and Caraleigh Mills. 

CAREY J. HUNTER, Sup't Union 
Central Lite Insurance Company. 

E. B. RANEY, Gen Agent Penn Mu- 
tual Life Insurance Company. 

JOSHUA B. HILL, of J. R. Ferrall Jc 
Co., Grocers. 

JAMES E. SHEPHERD, of Shepherd k 
Shepherd, Attorneys at Law. 

HENRY A. LONDON, Attorney at 
Law, Pittsboro, N. C. 

GEORGE W. WAT'jS, Director Ameri 
can Tobacco Co., Durham, N. O. 

ASHLEY HORNS, President Claytoa 
Banking Company, Cla) ton, N. C. 

D. Y. COOPER, Capitalist, Hender- 
son, N. C. 

A. L. BAKER, President Virginia Cot- 
ton Mills, Raleigh, N. C. 

We solicit the accounts of Banks, Bankers, Cotton Mills, Cor- 
porations and Individuals. Always ready to make loans to our 
friends when their accounts justify it. 

Safe Deposit Boxes for rent in fire and burglar proof vaults. 




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STATE GOVERNMENT— EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



n'stant Geolog^ist and Mineralnprist, Cliai>el 
Hill, N. C; W. W. Ashe, Forester, Ra- 
leigh, N. C. ; B. S. Diane, Assistant Hy- 
drographer. Greensboro, N. C. ; W. L. Spoon, 
Encnneer, Biirlin^ton, N. C. ; R. J. Sykes, 
Clerk of Statistician, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

State Board of School Ez- 

aminers. 

J. Y. Joyner, (ohm. rx-offlcio), Raleigh. 
Allen J. Barwiek, Raleigrh. 
N. \V. Walker, Chavt' Hill. 
John GraliaiTi, Wamnton. 

F. L. Stevens, West Raleigh. 
Z. V. Judd, Raleigh. 

State Board of Healtli. 

Geo. G. Thomas, M. D., Prosident, Wil- 
mington. 

Thos. K. Anderson, M. D.. Ptatesville. 

J. Howell Way, M. D.. Wavnes\'ille. 

W. O. Spencer, M. D., Win.-ton-Salem. 

Edw. C. Register, M. D., Charlotte. 

David T. Tayloe, M. D., Wat^hington. 

J. \. Biirrn\ighs, M. D., Asheville. 

J. I. Ludlow, C. E.. Winpton-Saleic. 

liuharo H. Lewis, M. D., Sec. and Treas., 
Ha^eigh. 

State Board of Medical Ex- 
aminers. 

M. H. Fletcher, M. D., President, Ashe- 
ville, Physiologv and Hveriine. 

G. T. Sik^s, M. D., Grissom, Secretary 
Treasurer, Chemistry and Phai-macv. 

Franklin H. Russell, M. D., Wilmington 
Surgery. 

James M. Parrott, M. D.. Kinston, Anato 
my and Histology. 

C. O'H. Langhinghousp. M. D., Green 
ville, Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 

J. T. J. Battle, M. D., Greensboro 
Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 

A. A. Kent, M. D., Lenoir, Practice of 
Medicine. 

State Board of Agricnlture. 

S. L. Patterson, Commissioner, ex officio 
Chairman. Raleigh. 

First District — J. J. Laughinghouse, 
Greenvnlle. 

Second District— C. W. Mitchell, Aulan- 
der. 

Third District — Wm. Dunn, New 'Bern. 

Fourth District — Ashlev Home, Clayton. 

Fifth District— R. W. Scott, Graham. 

Sixth District— A. T. McCallum, Red 
Springs. 

Seventh District — J. P. McRae, Laurin- 
burg. 

Eighth District — R. L. Doughton, Laurel 
Springs. 

Ninth District — \Y. A. Graham, Machpelah 

Tenth District — A. Cannon, Horse Shoe. 
OFFICERS: 

Commissioner — S. L. Patterson. 

Secretary — T. K. Bruner. 

State Chemist- B. W. Kilgore. 

Veterinarian — Tait Butler. 

Entomolgist — Franklin Sherman, Jr. 



Botanist and Biologist — C. A. Shore. 
Naturalist and Curator — H. H. Brimley. 

Horticulturist— W. H. Hunt. 

Chemist, Foods — W. M. Allen. 

Assistant Chemist — J. M. Pickle. 

Assistant Chemist and MicroscoplBt, 
Stock Feeds— C. D. Harris. 

Assistant Chemist — W. G. Haywood. 

Assistant Chemist, Soils — G. M. MacNide* 

Assistant Chemist — L. L. Brinkley. 

Assistant Chemist — S. O. Perkins. 

Assistant Chemist — Hampden Hill. 

R. W. Scott, Jr., Superintendent Ede^e- 
ccmbe Test Farm, Rocky Mount, N. C. 

F. T. Meacham, Superintendent Iredell 
Test Farm, Willard, N. C. 

John H. Jefferies, Superintendent Pender 
Test Farm, Wilard, N. C. 

R. W. CoUett, Superintendent Transyl- 
vania Test Farm, Blantyre, N. C. 

State Board of Elections. 

Wilson G. Lamb, (dim.). Williamdcon. 
Robert T. Claywell, Morganton. 
R. L. Smith, Albemarle. 
Clarence Call, Wilkesboro. 
A. B. Freeman, Hendersonville. 

Directors State's Prison. 

J. G. Hackctt (chm.). North Wilkesboro. 

S. A. Hearne, Albemarle. 

J. P. Kerr, Ashe^ile. 

W. E. Cros'and, Hockingham. 

R. H. Speight, Whitakers. 

Quarantine Committee. 

A. Cannon, Chairman, Horse Shoe. 
R. L. Doughton, Laurel Springs. 
R. W. Scott, Graham. 
Ashley Home, Clayton. 
J. P. McRae, Laurinburg. 

Commission for Controlling 
Crop Pests. 

S. L. Patterson, Commissioner of Agri- 
ture. Chairman, Raleigh. 

C. B. Williams, Director N. C. Ex- 
periment Station, Raleiyh. 

J. Van Lindley, President State Horti- 
cultural Society, Pomona. 

Franklin Sherman, Jr., Entomolog^ist, 
Raleigh. 

T. K. Bruner, Secretary, Raleigh. 

State HigliTiray Commission. 

S. L. Patterson, Commissioner of Agri- 
culture, Raleigh. 

Jos. Hyde Pratt, State Geologist, Chapel 
h..l. 

T. K. Bruner, Secretary, Raleigh. 

State Institutions. 

THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CARO- 
LINA— Chapel Hill; Francis Preston Yen- 
able, Ph. D., President. 

NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE OF AG- 
RICULTURE AND MECHANIC ARTS— Ral- 
eigh; George T. Winston, LL.D., Presi^fnt. 

NORTH CAROILNA AGRICULTURAL E.^C- 
PERIMENT STATION— George T. Winston. 



TEE NORTH CARO.MNA YEAR BOOK. 



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NORFOLK AND SOUTHERN 

RAILWAY 

THE SHORT ROUTE TO 

EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA 



THROUGH FRElGrir AND PASSENSER SERVICE 

BUTWEEN 
NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK, VIRGINIA 

AND 



ELIZABETH CITY 
EDENTON 
BELILWEJS 
PLYMOUTH 



WASHINGTON 
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BEAUFORT, N. C. 



NEW BERN 
GOLDSEORO 
KINSTON 
MOREHEAD CITY 



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P.E.L. Bunch, M. W. Magaire, H.C. Hudgins 
Traffic Mgr. Gen'l. Supt. Gan'l. F. &P. Agt. 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



President; B. \V. KilKorc, Director 

THE STATE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL 
COLLEGK— J. I. Koust. President. 

AGUICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL 
COLLEGE KOU THE COLOUED KACEt- 
Greensboro; Jiimes B. Dudley, President. 

NUKIII CAIUM.LNA INSTITUTIUN FOR 
THE DEAR, DUMB AND ULLND— Kaleighi 
John E. Kay, A. M., Principal. 

KOR.MAL DEPARTMENT OF CULLO- 
WHEE HIGH SCI lool-— Painter; J. N. Wil- 
son, Teacher in Charge. 

NOIMH CAHOI.I.VA SCHOOL FOR THH 
DEAF AND DUMB— Morgan ton; E. McK. 
Goodwin, M. A., Superintendent. 

CENTRAL HO.SI'HAL— Raleigh; James 
McKee, JL D., Superintendent. 

THE STATE HOSPITAL— Morganton, Jno. 
McCampbell. M. D., Superintendent. 

THE STATE HOSPITAL— Goldsboro; W. 
W. Faison, M. D., Superintendent. 

CEMKAL PIUSON— Raleigh. J. S. Mann, 
Superintendent. Raleigh. 

O.XFOUD 0RP1L\N ASYLUM— Oxford; 
under au.^pices of Grand Lodge of Masons; 
W. J. Hiiks, Sinerintendent. Partly sup- 
ported by the State. 

Directors North Carolina Rail- 
road Company. 

State's proxy, Philip Pope, Greensboro. 

Hugh G. Chatham, Pres., Elkin. 

W. H. Williams, Newton. 

W. T. Brown, Winston-Salem. 

Thos. H. Vanderford, Salisbury. 

Jno. W. Lambert, Thomasville. 

Allen J. Ruffin, Hillsboro. 

8. C. Penn, Reidsville. 

Lk Banks Holt, Graham. 

Directors Atlantic & N. C. R. 
R. Company. 

On Part of State: 
J. VV. Grainger, Pras , Kin-ston. 
W. S. Chadwick, B-aufort. 
L. G. Daniels, New Bern. 
L. P. Tapp, Kinston. 

C. M. Busbee, Raleigh. 
W. H. Baglcy, Raleigh. 

D. B. Hooker, Bayboro. 
W. D. Creech, Goldsboro. 

Butte's Proxy, T. D. Warren, Trenton. 

Oyster Commissioner. 

VTm. M. Webb, Morehead City. 

Geo. H. Hill, (Assistant), Washington. 

Directors State Normal and 
Industrial College at 
Greensboro. 

First District— T. S. McMullan. Hertford. 

Second District — A. J. Connor. Rich 
Square. 

Third District — B. F .Avcook, Fremont. 

Fourth District— R. T. Gray, Raleigh. 

Fifth District— S. .\f. Gattis, Hillsboro. 

Sixth District— Walker Tayloi, Wilming- 
ton. 

Seventh District— T. B. Bailey. Mocks 



ville. 

Eighth District — J. L. Nelson, Len.iir. 

Ninth District — C. H. Mebane, Newton. 

Tenth District — J. D. Murphy, Asheville 

Directors D. D. and B. Insti^ 

tution, Raleigh. 

J. E. Pogue, (chm.), RaUigh. 
Robt. L. Steele, Rockingham. 
R. H. Hayes, Pittsboro. 
A. L. McNeil, Sanford. 
R. B. Boyd, Warrenton. 
J. H. Weathers, Raleigh. 
J. T. Rowland, Raleigh. 

Board of Trustees A. and M. Col- 
lege, Raleigh. 

W. D. Turner, Statesville. 
R. H. Ricks, Rockv Mount. 
O. Max Gardner, Shelby. 
Locke Craig, Asheville 

C. W. Gold, Wilson. 

E. M. Koonce, Jacksonville. 
T. W. Blount, Roper. 

D. A. Tompkins, Chariotte. 
J. T. Ellington, Clavton. 
W. E. Daniel, Weldon. 

W. H. Ragan, High Point. 
W. B. Cooper, Wi.mington. 
M. B. Stickley, Concord. 
T. T. Ballinger, Tryon 
N. B. Broughton, Raleigh. 
O. L. Clark, Clarkton. 

Directors of the School for tlie 
D. and D. at Morganton. 

W. G. Lewis (chm.). Statesville. 

Archibald Johnson. Thomasville. 

J. C. Seagle, Lenoir. 

A. C. Miller, Shelby. 

J. G. Neal, Marion. 

J. P. Jeter, Morganton. 

Directors State Hospital, 

Raleigh. 

John W. Thompson, (chm.), Raleigik. 
J. D. Biggs, Williamston. 
Edward Smith. Godwin, 
L. J. Picot, Littleton. 
S. O. Middleton, Hallsville. 
W. H. Whitehead. Rocky Mount 
Robt. H. Stancill, Margarettsville. 
Jas. M. Parrott, Kinston. 
J. G. Hunt, Oxford. 

Miss Mary Davis, Secretary to Board and 
Executive Committee, and Stenographer. 

Directors State Hospital at 
Morganton. 

J. P. Caldwell. Presirlent, Charlotte. 

James I*. Sawyer, Asheville. 

J. I. Davis, Morganton. 

J. G. Hall. Lenoir. 

James K. Norfleet, Winston-Salem, 

Charles H. Armfield. Statesville. 

A. A. Shuford, Hickory. 

A. E. Tate, High P.-int. 

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STATE GOVERNMENT— EXECUTIVE ErEPARTMENT— SALARIES. 



Trustees A. &. M. College at 
Greensboro for tlie Col- 
ored Race. 

Officers — J. I. Foust, Greensboro, Chair- 
man, 

S. A. Kerr, Greensboro, Secretary and 
Treasurer. 

First District— W. R. Williams. Falkland. 

Second District — W. A. Darden, Ormonds- 
ville. 

Third District— W. H. Hammond. Trenton. 

Fourth District— W. D. Siler, Siler City. 

Fifth District — J. I. Foust, Greensboro. 

Sixth Dfistrict — Miller Hughes, Fayette- 
ville. 

Eiehth District— W. L. Kluttz, Salisbury. 

Ninth District — J. 0. Alexander, Char- 
lotte. 

Tenth District— W. M. Bell, Murphy. 

At Large — Chas. G. Rose, Fayetteville; 
J- B. Minor, Greensboro; W. A. Enloe, 
Dillsboro; R. W. Morphis, Reidsville; W. J. 
Newburg, Magnolia; W. A. Darden, Ayden; 
U. C. S. Noble, Chapel Hill; G. VV. Dunlap, 
Norwood. 

Board Directors State Hos- 
pital at Goldsboro. 

D. W. Bullock, Wilmington. 
R. S. McCoin, Henderson, 
W. L. Hill, Warsaw. 

B. W. Edwards, Snow Hill. 

C. F. Herring, Goldsboro. 
H. E. Dillon, LaOrange. 

W. E. Headon, Morehead City. 
Dr. Albert Anderson, Wilson. 

D. E. McKinnie, Princeton. 
Dr. T. M. Jordan, Raleigh. 

Directors Soldiers' Home. 

A. B. Andrews, Chairman, Raleigh. 

J. S. Carr, Durham. 

J. A. Ramsey, Salisbury. 

A. B. Stronacn, Raleigh. 

R F. Dix.^n. Secretary, Raleigh. 

Executive Committee — A. B. Stronach, 
Chairman; B. F. Dixon, Secretary; J. S. 
Carr. 

Bank Examiners. 

F. J. Haywood, Jr., Rqleigh. 

W. L. Williams (^issistant), Fayetteville. 

Tlie Audubon Society of North 

Carolina. 

Presidfnt — R. H. Lewis, Raleigh. 

Vite-Prrsi.ipnt— J. Y. Joynev Raleigh. 

Secretary — T. Gilbert Pearson, Greensboro. 

Treasurer — E. W. Gudger, Greensboro. 

Sec. Jr. Dept.— Mrs. VV. C. A. Hammel, 
Greensboro. 

Executive Committee — P. D. Gold, Jr., 
Greensboro; F. A. SondUy, Asheville; S. 
M. Beasley, Poplar Branch; J. I. Foust, 
Greensboro; S. L. Patterson, Raleigh. 

Board of Visitors University of 
North Carolina. 

R. B. Redwine, Monroe. 



Frank A. Daniels, Go^'osboro. 
Z. V. Walser, Lexington. 

Board of E.xamination and Rejc- 
istration. 

H. W. Glasscock, Raleigh. 
A. H. Zealy, Goldsboro. 
A. R. Tucker, Durham. 
W. B. Meacham, Asheville. 
H. F. Ray, Charlotte. 

Members of Historical Commis- 
sion. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Grimesland. 
W. J. Peele, Raleigh. 

D. H. Hill, Raleigh. 
Thos. W. Blount, Roper. 

M. C. S. Noble, Chapel Hill. 

Director and State's Proxy, 

Wilkesboro & Jefferson 

Turnpike Co. 

Geo. L. Park, Jetterion. 

Fish Commissioner. 

Theo. S. Meekins, Manteo. 

Board of Commissioners of Nar- 

igation and Pilotage Cape 

Fear River and Bar, 

James Sprunt, Wilmington. 
C. W. Worth, Wilmington. 
Jno. W. Harper, Wilmington. 
M. C. Guthrie, Southport. 
Richard Dasher, Southport. 

State Hospital Commission 

Chas. A. Webb, Asheville. 

E. F. Aydlett, Elizabeth City. 
W. A. Erwin, Durham. 

J. W. McNeil, Hope Mills. 
J. H. Weddington, Cliarlotte. 

Salaries of State Offloi:>'^. 

Governor— $4,000, and $500 for traveling 
expenses. 

Private Secretary to the Governor— $2,000. 

Executive Clerk— $900 and $300 as Clerk 
to Adjutant General. 

State Treasurer— $3,000. 

Chief Clerk to the State Trea,9urer— $2,000. 

Teller— $1,400. 

Institution Clerk— $1,200. 

Stenographer— $900. 

Socretarv of State — $2,000 and fees. 

Grant Clerk— $1,800. 

Corporation Clerk— 32,000. 

Stenographer— $900. 

Extra Clerical Hire— $000. 

State Auditor— $1,500, $500 for extra 
clerk hire, $.300 for getting out Pen- 
son Warrants. 

Cliief Clerk— $1,800. 

Tax Clerk— $1,200. 

Stenographer— $900. 

State Superintendent of Public Instruo- 
tion— $2,000. 

Traveling Expenses of State Superintend- 
ent of Public Instruction— $1,000. 







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STATE GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 



Chief Clerk— $1,500. 

Loan Ckrk— $1,5U0. 

Stenograplier— $900. 

State Libraiian^l.T.iO. 

Assistant Librarian — $G00. 

Bunau of Labor and Printing: Commis- 
sioner, $1,500; Assistant Commission- 
er, $1,200; Clerk, $900. 

Corporation Commission — Each of three 
Commissioners, $;',000; Chief Clerk, 
$2,700; Tax Clerk, $1,500; Steno- 
grapher, $1,200. 

State Bank E.\amincr— $2,400; Assistant 
Bank Kxamimr, $1,800. 

Attorney G.ncral — $2,000; Assistant At- 
torney Gmcral, $1,500; Clerk, $900. 

Supreme Court Reporter- $1,250; Supreme 
Court Librarian and Marshal, $1,2-50; 
Assistant Supreme Court Librarian, 
.$200. 

Supreme Court — Each of five Justices, 
.$3,800. 

Superior Court — Each of the sixteen 
Judges, $3,500. 

Suptrintendnt of Public Buildings and 
Grounds— $900. 

Standard keeptr— $100. 

Commissioner of Insurance — $2,000 and 
Commissioner, $1,500; 
$1,200; Book-ketper, 
Clerk, $750; Stenogra- 



fees; 

Chief 

$750; 

phtr, 
Adjutant 
Secretary 

ties- 



Deputy 

Clerk, 
License 
$900. 
General, 



$1,600. 



Board of Public Cari- 



to 

5768. 

State Dvpartment of Agriculture — Com- 
missioner, $3,250; Secretary to tlie 
Board of Asrriculture, $2,400; Regis- 
tration Clerk, $1,200; Bulletin Clerk, 
$900; Stenographer, $780; Entomolo- 
gist, $2,000: OrL-hard Inspector, $720; 
Horticulturist, $2,500; Veterinarian, 
$2,700; Stenographer, $600; Chemist, 
$3,000; Food Chemist, $1,800; Seven 
Assistant Clicmists, with salaries re- 
spectivelv as follows: $1,400; $1,400; 
$1,200; $1,100; $S40; $840; $720; 
Stenographer, $1,0S0; Clerk, 
Curator of the Museum, $1,800; 
sistant Curator, $600; Usher of 
Museum, $480; Stenographer to 
Horticultural and Entomolgiodl 
visions, $720; Superintendpiit of 
operative Experiments, $7,500. 



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the 
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LEGISLATIVE DEPART- 
MENT. 
SENATE. 

First District--' Currituck, Camden, Pas- 
quotank, Perquimans. Gates, Chowan, Hert- 
ford): Roscoe W. Turner, Elizabeth City; 
A. P. Godwin, Gatesville. 

Seyord District — (Dare, Tyrrell, Washing- 
ton, Martin, Beaufort, Hyde, Pamlico): 
Harry AV. Stubbs, Williamston; R. B. Ether- 
idgf, Manteo. 

Third District— (Bertie, Northampton) : 
a. W. Mitchell. Aulander. 

Fourth District— (Halifax) : W. E. Daniel, 
Weldon. 

Fifth Distnct— (Edgecombe) : W. Stamps 
Howard. Tarboro. 



Sixth District— (Pitt) : J. L. Fleming, 
Greenville. 

Seventh District — (Wilson, Nash, Frank- 
lin): T. T. Thome, Rocky Mount; J. D. 
Dawes, Elm City. 

Eighth District — (Greene, Lenoir, Jones, 
Onslow, Craven, Carteret) : Y. T. Ormond, 
kinston ; J. W. Burton, Jacksonville. 

Ninth District — (Wayne) : B. F. Aycock, 
Fremont. 

Tenth District — (Duplin, Pender): Thomas 
Perrett, Faison. 

Eleventh District — (New Hanover, Bruns- 
wick): George H. Bellamy, El Paso. 

Twelfth District — (Columbus, Bladen) : 
Jackson Greer, Whitev.Ue. 

Thirteenth District — ^Robeson) : N. A. Mc 
Lean, Lumberton. 

Fourteenth District — (Cumberland): J. W. 
McLauchlin, Raeford. 

Fifteenth District — (Sampson, Harnett, 
Johnston): T. W. Harrington, Harrington; 
C. M. Wilson, Wilson's Miila. 

Sixteenth District— (Wake) : John C. 
Drewry, Raleigh. 

Seventeenth District — (Warren, Vance) • 
Tasker Polk, Warrenton. 

Eighteenth District — (cranville. Person). 
A. A. liicks, Oxford. 

Nineteenth District — (Durham, Orange. 
Alamance, Caswell): J. W. Graham, Uills- 
boro; C. H. King, Blackwell's. 

Twentieth District — (Rockingham): R. D. 
Reid, Wentworth. 

Twenty-first District— (Guilford) : J. Al- 
len Ho;t, Oak Ridge. 

Twenty-second District — (Cl.atham, Mooiv, 
Scotland, Richmond) : A. A. F. Seawell, 
Joresboro; J. R. Rives, Goldston. 

Twenty-third District— (Randolph, llont- 
gomcry) : J. R. Blair, Troy. 

Twenty-fourth District — . Javidson, Stan- 
ly, Anson, Union): J. S. Efird, Albemarle; 
R. B. Redwine, Monroe. 

Twenty-fitth District— (Mecklenburg, Ca- 
barrus): H. N. Pharr, Charlotte; W. B., 
Odell, Concord. 

Twenty-sixth District— (Rowan) : White- 
head Kluttz, Salisbury. 

Twenty-seventh District — (Forsyth) : J. C. 
Buxton, Winston-Salem. 

Twenty-eighth District— (Stokes, Surry): 
J. Guy Carter, D'obson. 

Twenty-ninth District— (Davie, Yadkin, 
Wilkes)- Solomon Brown, Hamptonville. 

Thirtieth District— (I-edell) : Zeb V. Long, 
Statesville 

Thirt'. -first Distnct— (Catawba. Lincoln): 
J. F. Reinhardt, R. F. D., Stanly. 

Thirty-second District— (Gaston) : O. F. 
Mason, Dallas. 

Thirty-third District— (Cleveland, Ruther- 
ford. Polk, Henderson): W. A. Mauney, 
King's Mountain; T. T. Ballenger, Tryon. 

Thirty-fourth District— (Alexander, Cald- 
well, Burke, McDowell): W. F. Wood, Ma- 
rion; B. F .Davis. Morganton. 

Thirty-fifth District— (Alleghany, Aahe. 
Watauga): E. F. Lovill. Boone. 

Thirty-sixth District— (Mitchell, Yancey, 
Madison): J. E. Burleson, Spruce Pine. 

Thirtv-seventh District— f Buncombe): C. 



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eration it has been 
the orthodox exponent 
of Democratic princi- 
ples and Democratic 
policies. It Is regarded 
by the disciples of Jef- 
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lina as The Democratic 
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of Democrats for 
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STATE GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 



A. Webb, Asheville. 

Thirty-eig-hth District — (Transylvania, 

Haywood, Jackson, Swain) : W. E. Breese, 
Jr., Brevard. 

Thirty-ninth District: (Macon, Clay, Gra- 
ham, (Cherokee): Allen K. Dickey, Culber- 
son. 

All the Senators are Democrats except 
the following Republicans: J. Guy Carter, 
28th district; Solomon Brown, 29th district; 
J. E. Burleson, 3Gth district, and Allen H. 
Dickey, 39th district. 

Officers State Senate. 

President — F. D. Winston, Windsor. 

President Pro Tempore — C. A. Webb, 
Asheville. 

Principal Clerk — A. J. Maxwell, Lenoir. 

Reading Clerk — Robert L. Ballou, Jeffer- 
son. 

Engrossing Clerk — Charles Strayhom, 
Hillsboro. 

Sergeant-at-Arms — L. B. Pegram, Raleigh. 

Assistant Door-Keeper — R. M. Staley, 
Wilkesboro. 

HOUSE. 

Alamance — Dr. J. A. Pickett, Burlington. 

Alexander — A. L. Watts, Taylorsville. 

Alleghany — R. A. Doughton, Sparta. 

Anson — J. A. Lockhart, Wadesboro. 

Ashe — G. L. Park, Jefferson. 

Beaufort — W. K. Jacobson, Washington; 
F. B. Hooker, Aurora. 

Bertie — Thomas Gilliam, Windsor. 

Bladen — F. D. McLean, Bladenboro. 

Brunswick — C. Ed. Taylor, Southport. 
I Buncombe — Zcbulon Weaver, Asheville; R. 
I -I. Gaston, Candler. 

Burke — I. T. Avery, Morganton. 

Cabarrus — M. B. Stickley, Concord. 

Caldwell — M. N. Harshaw, Lenoir. 

Camden— D. H. Tillett, Shiloh. 

Carteret — M. L. Davis, Beaufort. 

Caswell — Julius Johnston, Yanceyville. 

Catawba — M. H. Yount, Hickory. 

Chatham — H. M. Lonaon, Pittsboro. 

Cherokee — S. W. Davidson, Murphy. 

Chowan — C. S. Vann, Edenton. 

Clay— Dr. R. T. Coleman, Hayesville. 

Cleveland— O. M. Mull, Sheluy. 

Columbus — Donald McRackan, Whiteville. 

Craven — W. C. Brewei', New Bern. 

Cumberland— Dr. J. W. McNeill, Hope 
Mills; H. H. Bolton, Fayetteville. 

Currituck — Pierce Hampton, Waterlily. 

Dare — C. R. Pugh, Wanchese. 

Davidson — G. F. Hankins, Lexington. 

Davie — A. T. Grant, Mocksville. 

Duplin — H. D. Williams, Kenansville. 

DMrham — J. S. Manning, Durham. 

Edgecombe— Dr. M. B. Pitt, Old Sparta; 
P. C. Vestal, Rocky Mount. 

Forsyth— W. T. Carter, Winston-Salem; 
R. M. Cox, R. F. D., Rural Hall. 

Franklin— T. W. Bickett, Lnuisburg. 

Gaston— A. G. Mangum, Gastonia; F. Dill- 
ing. King's Mountain. 

Gates— R. W. Simpson, Trotville. 

Graham — W. P. Rose, Southworth. 

Granville — B. S. Royster, Oxford. 

Green — Swift Galloway, Snow Hill. 

Guilford — E. J. Justice, Greensboro; Dr. 



J. R. Gordon, Jamestown. 

Halifax— A. P. Kitchin, Scotland Neck; 
J. B. Neal, Scotland Neck. 

Harnett- J. C. Clifford, Dunn. 

Haywood — D. L. Boyd, Waynesville. 

Henderson— W. C. Rector, Hendersonville. 

Hertford— B. B. Winborne, Murfreesboro. 

Hyde— Claude W. Davis, Englehard. 

Iredell— Thomas M. C. Davidson, R. F. D., 
Statesville; Zeb. V. Turlington, Mooresville. 

Jackson— Dr. J. M. Candler, Dillsboro. 

Johnston— Josephus Johnson, R. F. D., 
Benson; George L. Jones, Smithfleld. 

Jones— J. C. Parker, Trenton. 

Lenoir— J. A. McDaniel, Kinston. 

Lincoln— W. N. Keener, Lincolnton. 

McDowell— Lee P. Crawford, Old Fort. 

Macon — John Burnett, Etna. 

Madison— Louis J. Bailey, Marshall. 

Martin— J. A. Whitley, Everetts. 

Mecklenbur"— W. C. Dowd, Charlotte; E. 
R. Preston, Charlotte: W. A. Grier, R. F. 
D., Charlotte. 

Mitchell— J. C. Bowman, Glen Ayre. 

Montgomery— R. A. tsruton, Mt. Gilead. 

Moore — John E. Buehan, Manly. 

Nash— M. S. Griffin, R. F. D., Nashville. 

New Hanover— George L. Morton, Wil- 
mington. 

Northampton— G. E. Midyette, Jackson. 

Onslow— E. M. Koonce, Jacksonville. 

Orange— I. W. Pritcliard, Chapel Hill. 

Pamlico— J. J. Brinson, Bairda Creek. 

Pasquotank— J. O. B. Ehringhaus, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Pender— T. H. Wells, Burgaw. 

Perquimans — W. S. Bianchard, Hertford. 

Person — H. J. Whitt, Roxboro. 

Pitt— J. J. Laughinghouse, Greenville; S. 
M. Jones, Bethel. 

Polk — Henry Morgan, Landrum, S. C. 

Randolph— W. P. Wood, A.sheboro; W. T. 
Foushee, Ramseur. 

Richmond — W. L. Parsons, Rockingham. 

Robeson — E. F. McRae, Maxton; M. H. 
John, Lumber Bridge. 

Rockingham — John L. Sharpe, R. F. D., 
Summerfield; R. P. Price, Price. 

Rowan — Walter Murphy, Salisbury; John 
M. Julian, Salisbury. 

Rutherford — Solomon Gallert, Rutherford- 
ton. 

Sampson — Thomas E. Owen, Clinton; 
.lames T. Kennedy, Moltonville. 

Scotland— Jonathan Peele, Laurinburg. 

Stanly— E. F. Eddins, Palmerville. 

Stokes — Joseph H. Helsabeck, Rural Hall. 

Surry — J. E. Albright, Mt. Airy. 

Swain— J. U. Gibbs, Whittier. 

Transylvania — T. H. Galloway, Brevard. 

Tyrrell — George L. Liverman, Columbia. 

Union — R. L. Stevens, Monroe; James N. 
Price, Monroe. 

Vance — Thomas Taylor, Townsville. 

AVake— Charles U. Harris, Raleigh; W. O. 
Douglas, Raleigh; Millard Mial, Clayton, 
R. F. D. 

Warren — T. O. Rodwell, Warrenton. 

Washington— Thomas W. Blount, RopeT. 

Wayne — J. M. Hollowell, Goldsboro; J. M. 
Edgerton, Goldsboro. 



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CONFIDENTIAL 



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Watauga — W. D. Farthing, Matney. 

Wilkes — Charles H. Cowles, SVilkesboro; 
Dr. C. G. Bryant, Roaring River. 

Wilson — T. M. Washington, Wilson. 

Yadkin — Frank W. Hanes, Yadkinville. 

Yancey — J. F. Byrd, Ramseytown. 

All the Representatives are Democrats ex- 
cept those from the following Republican 
counties: Alamance, Brunswick, Caldwell, 
Clay, Dare, Davie, Graham, Henderson, 
Jackson, Macon, Madison, Mitchell, Pamlico, 
Person, Polk, Sampson, Stokes, Surry, 
Swain, Watauga, Wilkes, Yadkin. 



Officers House Representatives. 

Speaker — E. J. Justice, Greensboro. 

Principal Clerk — Frank D. Hackett, North 
Wilkesboro. 

Reading Clerk— F. B. Arendell, Raleigh. 

Engrossing Clerk — M. D. Kinsland, 
VVaynesville. 

Door-Keeper — John A. Lisk, Mt. Gilead. 

Assistant Door-Keeper — D. H. James, Scot- 
land Neck. 

Enrolling Clerk — E. B. Norvell, Murphy. 

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 
SEE PAGE 33. 



North Carolina National Guard. 



Governor Robert Brodnax Glenn, Com- 
mander-in-Chief. 

Brigadier-General Tliomas R. Robertson, 
Chief of Staff. 

Personal Staff of the Command- 
er- in- Cliief. 

Charles E. Johnson, Colonel and Aide 
de-Camp, Raleigh. 

Wescott Roberson, Colonel and Aide-de 
Camp, High Point. 

F. G. James, Colonel and Aide-de-Camp, 
Greenville. 

John S. Cunningham, Colonel and Aide 
de-Camp, Cunningham. 

John L. Cobb, Colonel and Aide-de 
Camp, Lincolnton. 

W. D. Pollock, Colonel and Naval Aide 
ECinston. 

D. L. Ward, Colonel and Naval Aide, 



New Bern. 

Archibald H. Arrington, Colonel and 
Military Secretary, Raleigh. 

General Staff. 

Thos. R. Robertson, Brigadier-General, 
Adjutant-General, Charlotte. 

Alfred Williams, Colonel, Assistant Ad- 
jutaiit-General, Raleigh. 

R. L. Leinster, Lieut. Colonel, Assistant 
Adjutant-General, Statesville. 

W. E. Massenburg, Major, Assistant Ad- 
jutant-General, Oxford. 

Joe F. Cannon, Major, Assistant Ad- 
jutant-General, Albemarle. 

Chas. H. Gattis, Major, Assistant Ad- 
jutant General, Raleigh. 

Francis A. Macon, Brigadier-General, 
Quartermaster-General, and Chief of Ord- 
nance, Henderson. 



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NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL GUARD. 



''THE OLD RELIABLE'' 

The News and Observer 

A CONSOLIDATION OF 
The Raleigh Sentinel 

(Established Nfarch, 1S65.) 

The Raleigh News 

(Established 1871.) 

The Raleigh Observer 

(Established 187G.) 

The Farmer and Mechanic 

(Established 1877.) 

The State Chronicle 

(Established 1884.) 

FIRST ISSUED AS The News and Observer 1881 
V ^ „ ^ / 



W. E. Gary, Lieut. Col. and Assistant 
Quartermaster-General, Henderson. 

P. L. DeVane, Major and Assistant Quar- 
termaster General, Brevard. 

J. G. Hollingsworth, Major and Assis- 
tant Quartermaster-General, Fayette\'ille. 

D. R. Johnson, Major and Assistant Chief 
of Ordnance, Winnabow. 

J. L. Currin, Captain and Assistant Chief 
of Ordnance, Henderson. 

Thomas Stringfield, Colonel, Inspector- 
General, Waynesville. 

Geo. E. Hood, Lieutenant Colonel, Assist- 
ant Inspector General, Goldsboro. 

W. G. Smith, Major, and Assistant In- 
spector-General, Asheville. 

Robert S. Young, Colonel, Surgeon-Gen- 
eral, Concord. 

Baxter R. Hunter, Lieut. Col., Assistant 
Surgeon-General, Kings Mountain. 

Chas. S. Jordan, Major and Surgeon, 
Asheville. 

F. H. Holmes, Major and Surgeon, Clin- 
ton. 

E. B. Glenn, Major and Surgeon, Ashe- 
ville. 

A. R. Winston, Major and Surgeon, 
Franklinton. 

H. McK. Tucker, Captain, Assistant Sur- 
geon^ Raleigh. 

B. J. Witherspoon, Captain and Assistant 
Surgeon, Charlotte. 

A. H. Harris, Captain and Assistant Sur- 
geon, Wilmington. 
E. C. Boyette, Captain and Assistant Sur- 



geon, Mount Holly. 

H. H. Bass, First Lisutenant and Assist- 
ant Surgeon, Henderson. 

M. B. Abernathy, First Lieutenant and 
Assistant Surgeon, Reidsville. 

J. L. Hanes, First Lieutenant and Assist- 
ant Surgeon, Winston-Salem. 



Solnruon Gallert, Colonel and Comtnis- 
sary-General, Rutherfordton. 

F. J. Coxe, Lieut. Colonel and Assistant 
Commissary-General, Wadesboro. 

B. H. Kirkpatriek, Major and Assistant ' 
Commissary General, Waynesville. 

C. D. Harris, Major and Assistant Com- 
missary-General, Raleigh. 

John H. Andrews, Major and Assistant 
Commissionary-General, Raleigh. 



George L. Peterson, Colonel and l'«y- 
master-General, Clinton. 

G. F. Hankins, Lieut. Colonel and Assist- 
ant Paymaster-General, Lexington. 

R. T. Daniels, Major and Assistant Pajr- 
master-General, Weldon. 

W. W. Peirce, Major and Assistant Pay- 
master-General, Clinton. 

W. L. McGhee, Colonel and Inspector 
Small Arms Practice, Franklinton. 

L. B. Bristol, Lieut. Col. and Assistant 
Inspector Small Arms Practice, Statesville. 

T. R. Orrell, Major and Assistant In- 
spector Small Arms Practice, Wilmington. 

D. M. Hodges, Colonel and Judge Adro- 



NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL GUARD. 



a. 



c*te General, Asheville. 

T. L. Kirkpatrick, Lieut. Col. and Assist- 
ant Judge Advocate-General, Charlotte. 

W. Stamps Howard, Lieut. Col. and As- 
sistant Judge Advocate-General, Tarboro. 

V. C. BuUard, Major and Assistant Judge 
Advocate-General, Payttteville 

Jacob L. Ludlow, ' Colonel and Chief of 
Engineers, Winston. 

Wallace C. Riddick, Lieut. Col. and 
Assistant Chief of En^neers, Raleigh. 

F. M. Dunston, Major and Assistant 
Chief of Engineers, Windsor. 

First Brigade. 
FIELD AND STAFF. 
Brigadier General Joseph F. Armfield, Bri- 
gade Commander, Statesville. 

Lt.-Col. R. L. Leinster, Assistant Adjutant 
General, Statesville. 

Major J. G. Hollingsworth, Chief Quarter- 
master, Fayettevilie. 
Major W. G. Smith, Inspector, Asheville. 
Major C. D. Harris, Chief Commissary, 
Raleigh. 

Major D. R. Johnson, Ordnance Officer, 
Winnabow. 

Major R. T. Daniel, Chief Paymaster, 
Weldon. 

Major V. C. Bullard, Judge Advocate, 
Fayettevilie. 

First Regiment. 
Colonel— >J. T. Gardner, Shelby. 
Lieutenant-Colonel— J. C. Bessent, Win- 
ston. 

Majors— Robert L. Flannigan, Statesville; 
D. D. Parks. Mount Airy. 

Captain and Adjutant— W. R. Bobertson, 
Charlotte. 

Captain and Chaplain— W. R. Minter, 
Lincolnton. 

First Lieutenants and Battalion Adju- 
tants—Joe Hill. Concord; J. W. Dalton, 
Winston; A. W. Freeman, Waynesville. 

Captain and Quartermaster— J. D. Line- 
berger, Shelby. 

Captain and Commissary— J. F. Roberts, 
Shelby. 

Second Lieutenants, Batallion Q. M.'s and 
Commissaries, L. W. Young, Asheville; F. 
1). Barkley, Statesville; P. W. Eshelman, 
High Point. 

Company A— Captain E. Lyerly, Hick- 
ory. 

Company B— Captain M. L. Barker, Salis- 
bury. 

Company C— Captain Jos. D. Terry Win- 
ston. 

Company D— Captain W. S. Charles, 
Charlotte. 

Company E— Captain J. E. Deitz, States- 
ville. 

Company F— Captain F. M. Lindsej-, 
Asheville. 

Company G— Captain O. M. Gardner, 
Shelby. 

Company H— Captain J. W. Norwood. 
Waynesville. 

Companv I— Captain W. A. Jackson, 
Mount Airy. i 

I Company K— Captain C. I. Bard, Ashe- 
ville. I 

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Company L— Captain Quint E. Smith, 
Concord. 

Company M— Captain L. M. Dodamead. 
High Point. 

Second Regiment. 

Colonel— H. C. Bragaw, Washington. 

Lieutenant-Colonel— J. Van B. Metts, Wil- 
mington. 

Majors— C. B. Elliott, Edenton; G. B. 
Sellers, Maxton; T. S. Pace, Wilson. 

Captain and Adjutant— D. G. Fowle, 
Washington. 

Captain and Quartermaster- J. N. Pearce 
1 Wilson. 

Captain and Chaplain— Rev. N. Harding, 
Washington. 

First Lieutenants and Battalion Adju- 
tants— E. A. Metts, Wilmington; F. L. 
Black, Maxton; W. R. Capehart, Avoca. 

Second Lieutenants, Battal-.on, Q. M.'s 
and Commissaries— W. M. Bond, Jr., Eden- 
ton; A. McL. Grantham, Clinton; H. H. 
Murray, Wilson 

Company A— Captain Paul Jones, Tar- 
boro. 

Company B— Captain H. D. Harper, 
Jr., Kinston. 

Company O— Captain W. F. Robertson, 
Wilmington. 

Company D— Captain S. Cohen, Go'ds- 
boro. 

Company E— Captain J. W. Bizzell, 
Goldsboro. 

Company F— Captain N. H. McGeachy, 
Fayettevilie. 

Company G— Captain Wiley C. Rodman, 
Washington. 

Company H— Captain C. M. Faircloth, 
Clinton. 

Company I— Captain J. L. Wiggins, Eden- 
ton. 

Company K— Captain E. S. Darden, Wil- 
son. 

Company L— Captain J. B. Malloy, Lum- 
ber Bridge. 

Company M— Captain W. 0. Burns, Max- 
ton. 

Tliird Regiment. 

Colonel— J. N. Craig, Reidsville. 
Lieutenant-Colonel— S. W. Minor, Oxford 
Majors— J. J. Bernard, Raleigh; C L 
McGhee, Franklinton; R. M. Albright, Ra- 
leigh. 

Captain and Adjutant— J. D. Gwynn 
Reidsville. ' 

Captain and Quartermaster- W. T. Whit- 
ten, Henderson. 

Captain and Commissary- R. W. Mor- 
phew, Reidsville. 

Captain and Chaplain— Rev. Alpheus Mc- 
Cullen, Oxford. 

First Lieutenants and Battalion Adjutants 
r S\ ^^i"ston, Young.-sville; W. R. Mil- 
ler, Raleigh; S. G. Brown, Greensboro. 

bccond Lieutenants, Bp.ttalion, Q. M 's and 
Corns.— B. F. Green, Franklinton; R. L. 
Ppears, Raleigh; A. C. Mendenhall, Greens- 
boro. 

Captain and Inspector Small Arms Prac- 
tice, A. J. Ellington, Reidsville. 



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NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL GUARD. 



THE CITIZENS NATIONAL 

BANK 

RALEIGH, M. C, 

offers its service to the public for all 
classes of legitimate banking business. 



Capital, - - - - 
Surplus and Profits, 
Deposits, - - - - 
Assets, - - - - 



$100,000.00 

$160,000.00 

1,250,000.00 

1,500,000.00 



JOSEPH G. BROWN, President. 
HENRY E. LITCHFORD, Cashier. 



Companj' A — Captain W. H. Phillips, Lex- 
in^on. 

Company B — Captain W. F. Moody, Ra- 
leigh. 

Company C — Captain B. F. Payne, Hen- 
derson. 

Company D — Captain J. B. Thomas. 
Louisburg. 

Company E^Captain J. Robt. Woods, 
Oxford. 

Company F— Captain I. H. Kearney, 
Franklinton. 

Company G — Captain R. G. Gladstone, 
Reidsville. 

Company H— Captain P. J. Macon, War- 
renton. 

Company I— Captain J. O. Freeman, Bur- 
lington. 

Company L — Captain F. P. Hobgood, 
Greensboro. 

Company M — Durham. 

Artillery. 

First Battery Field At tillery— Captain M. 
W. Williams, CTiarlotte. 

Naval Brigade, 
COMMANDER AND STAFF. 

Captain — Captain Thom.is C. Daniels, New 
Bern. 

Executive Officer— Lieut. Com. E. E. Wil- 
liams, New Bern. 

Chief Engineer— Lieut. Com. W. A. Fur- 
long, Wilmington. 

Adjutant — Lieutenant F. H. Shipp, New 



Bern. 

Paymaster — Lieutenant T. D. Carroway, 
New Bern. 

Asst. Surgeon — Lieutenant H. V. Dun- 
?ton, Windsor. 

Asst. Engineer — Lieutenant J. G., W. E. 
Smith, New Bern. 

Asst. Paymaster — Lieutenant J. G., O. W. 
Hollowell, Elizabeth City. 

Aide — Lieutenant J. H. Weddell, New 
Bern. 

Surgeon — Lieut. Com. R. Duval Jones, 
New Bern. 

Asst. Surgeon — Lieutenant J. G., A. W. 
Oissoway, Plymouth. 
Lieutenant— W. A. Worth, Elizabeth City. 
Naval Brigade — Battalions. 
FIRST BATTALION. 
Commander — C. D. Bradham, New Bern. 
Executive Officer— J. T. Smithwick, Wind- 
sor. 

FIRST DIVISION— WILMNGTON. 
Lieutenant — J. B. Peschau, Wilmington. 

SECOND DIVISION— NEW BERN. 
Lieutenant — C. J. Mi'Sorley, New Bern. 

THIRD DIVISION— WINDSOR. 
Lieutenant — W. M. Sutton, Windsor. 
FOURTH DIVISION— PLYMOUTH. 
Lieutenant — .J. L. Phelps, Plymouth. 

FIFTH DIVISION— ELIZABETH CITY. 
Lieutenant— W. A. Worth, Elizabeth iCty. 

SIXTH DIVISION— BEAUFORT. 
Lieutenant — , Beaufort. 



STATE PROHIlilTION LAW. 



B. N. DUKE, 
President. 



F. L.. FULLER, 
Vice-President. 



J. F. WILY, 

Cashier. 



S. W. MINOR, 

Ass't Cashier. 



THE FIDELITY BANK 



DURHAM, N. C. 



ASSETS 



$1,500.00 



The directors of this bank are strong believers in the policy of 
conservatism. Tliey are al vays willing that the Bank should 
forego a possible profit, rather than accept business involving un- 
due risk. 

State and City and County Depositary 

Authorized by its charter to act as Guardian, Executor, Ad- 
ministrator, Trustee, Agent, Etc. FOUR PER CENT INTEREST 
PAID ON DEPOSITS. 



STATE PROHIBIl ION LA W, 



(To be voted on May 26, 1908.) 

A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO ( the meaning of this act: Provided, that 
PHOIIIBIT THE MANUFACTURE AND I medicinal preparations manufactured in 
SALE OF INTOXICATING LIQUORS IN I accordance w-ith formulas prescribed by 



NORTH CAROLINA 
Tlie Gtmral Assembly of North Carolina 
do enact : 

Section 1. That it shall be unlawful for 
any person or persons, firm or corporation 
to manufacture or In any manner make, 
or sell, or otherwise dispose of, for gain 
any spirituous, vinous, fermented or malt 
liquoi's or intoxicating bitters within the 
State of North Carolina: Provided, this 
act shall not be construed to forbid the 
sale of such spirituous, vinous, fermented 
or malt liquors or intoxicating bitters by 
a legalized medical depository or by an)- 
licensed and registered pharmacist, for 
sickness, upon the written prescription of a 
regularly licensed and actively practicing- 
physician or surgeon having the person for 
whom such prescription is made under his 
charge, which said prescription shall speci- 
f3' the amount of spirits required: Pro- 
vided further, that wines and ciders may 
be manufactured or made from grapes, 
bcrrits or fruits and wine sold at thi» 
place of manufacture only, and only in 
sealed or crated packages containing not 
less than two and a half gallons per 
package; but no wine when sold shall 
be drunk upon the premises where sold, 
nor shall the package containing the 
same be opened on said premises: And 
provided further, that nothing herein con- 
tained shall be construed to prevent the 
sale of cider, in an)' quantity, by the 
manufacturer from fruits grown on his 
lands within the State of North Carolina. 

Sec. 2. That all liquors or mixtures 
thereof, by whatever name called, that will 
produce intoxication, shall be construed 
and held to be intoxicating liquors within 



the LTnited States Pharmacopoea and Na- 
tional Formulary which contain no more 
alcohol than is necessary to extract the 
medicinal properties of the drugs contain- 
ed in such preparations, and no more 
alcohol than is necessary to hold the me- 
dicinal agents in solution, and which are 
manufactured and sold as medicines and 
not as beverages, shall not be held or 
construed to be or to come within tiie 
meaning or provisions of this act. 

Sec. 3. Tliat any physician or surgeon 
who shall make any prescription (except 
in case of sickness) for the purpose of 
aiding or abetting any person or persons 
who are not bona fide under his charge to 
purchase any intoxicating liquors contrary 
to the provisions of this act, and any 
licensed and registered pharmacist who 
shall sell or otherwise dispose of, for gain, 
any spirituous, vinous, fermented or malt 
liquors or intoxicating bitters without the 
written prescription of a legally qualified 
phj'sician or surgeon, or who shall du- 
plicate the prescription of a physician or 
surgeon for intoxicating liquors for any 
person or persons not bona fide under 
s\Kh physician's or surgeon's charge, with- 
out the written direction of the pliysieian 
or surgeon who gave the same, shall be 
guilty of a misdemeanor and upon convic- 
tion shall be fined or imprisoned, or 
both, in the discretion of the court, for 
each and every offense; and all licensed 
and registered pharmacists selling into.xi- 
cating liquors by prescription as aforesaid 
shall keep a record thereof, which shall 
bear the true dates of the sale, the names 
of all persons to whom sales were made, 
the names of the physicians or surgeons 



STATE PROHIBITION LAW. 



WACHOVIA 
NATIONAL BANK 

WINSTON-SALEM, N C. 



Paid in Capital Stock 
Surplus - - - - - 

Undivided Profits - • - 
Additional Liability of Stockholders 



$150,000. 00 

150,000 00 

25,000 00 

150,000.00 



Any information about Winston-Saleni or the Piedmont sec- 
tion gladiy furnished by this banlc. 



JAMES A. GRAY, President. 



E. S. GRAY, Assistant Cashier. 



upon whose prescriptions the sales were 
made, which said record shall be subject 
at all times to the inspection of the 
Solicitor of the district, the Sheriff and 
other peace officers of the county, the 
Mayor and police officers of the city or 
town in which said licensed and registered 
pharmacist's business is located, and all 
other persons; and any licensed and regis- 
tered pharmacist failing to keep the record 
aforesaid, or refusing to permit the exami- 
nation of such record by the officers 
nanitd or other p:rsons, shall be guilty of 
a misdemeanor, and upon conviction be 
fined or imprisoned, or both, in the dis- 
cretion of the court. 

Sec. 4. The place where delivery of any 
into.xicating liquors is made in the State 
of North Carolina shall be construed and 
held to be the place of sale thereof, and 
any station or other place within said 
State to which any person shall ship or 
convey any intoxicating liquors for the 
purpose of delivering or carrying the 
same to a purchaser shall be construed to 
be the place of sale: Provided, that noth- 
ing in this act shall be construed to 
pi event the delivery of any intoxicating 
liquor to any licensed and registered 
pharmacists in sufficient quantities for 
medical purjjoses only. 

Sec. 5. Nothing in this act shall be 
construed as making it unlawful to sell 
to any minister of religion or other of- 
ficer of a church wine to be used for 
religious or sacramental purposes. 

Sec. 6. That nothing in this act shall 
be construed to prevent the County Com- 
missioners or govcrnino- body of any city 
or town from prohibiting the sale of 
spiritiious, vinous, fermented or malt li- 
quors or intoxicating bitters by any li- 
censed and registered pharmacists in their 
respective counties, cities or towns: Pro- 
vided further, that said County Commis- 



sioners or governing body of any city or 
town may levy a special privilege tax upon 
any licensed pharmacist licensed to sell 
spirituous, vinous or malt liquors. 

Sec. 7. That all laws or parts of laws 
in conflict with this act be and the same 
are hereby, to the exent of such conflict, 
repealed: Provided, however, that nothing 
in this act shall operate to repeal any of 
the local or special acts of the Gen?ral 
Assembly of North Carolina prohibiting the 
manufacture or sale or other dispo.sition 
o; any of the liquors mentioned in this 
act; but all such acts shall continue in 
full force and effect and in concurrence 
herewith; and indictment or prosecution 
may be had either under this act or any 
special or local act relating to the same 
subject: Pro%ided, that if the provisions 
of sections one to nine (inclusive) of this 
act shall fail to go into effect on the 
first day of January, 1909, because of the 
failure of a majority of the votes cast in 
the election hereinafter provided for to be 
"Against the Manufacture and Sale of In- 
toxicating Liquors." then this act shall 
not be construed as a repeal of an.v laws 
under which proliibition or a dispensary 
has been established, nor shall it liave the 
effect of restoring license where prohi- 
bition or a dispensary now obtains. 

Sec. 8. Any person violating any of the 
provisions of this act shall be guilty of a 
misdemeanor. 
I Sec. 9. That the foregoing provisions 
of this act shall go into effect on the 
first day of January, in the year of our 
Lord one thousand nine hundred and 
nine, if a majority of the votes cast at 
the election hereinafter provided for shall 
be ".\gainst the Manufacture and Sale of 
Intoxicating Liquors." 

Section 10. (Pro\-ides machinery for 
holding election.) 



ITEMIZED STATE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 



23 



Itemized State Receipts and Expenditures. 



(For year ending November ?Oth, 1907.) 

Additional State taxes $ 56.49 

Agricultural Department 108,719.03 

Agricultural Societies, Refunded 103.78 
Atlantic and North Carolina 

Railroad, Dividends 34,831.50 

Audubon Society 9,075.10 

Bank Licenses 3.00 

Bank tax on stock— general 22,260.08 

bank tax on stock — pensions 4,241.18 

Tax on B. & L. Ass'ns — general. 1,577.79 

Tax on B. & L. Ass'ns— pensions 300.00 

Capitol Square 155.00 

Corporation Excess stock tax — 

general 15,148.45 

Corporation Excess stock tax — 

pensions 2,884.26 

Corporation Franchise Tax 42,685.00 

Corporation Tax— State Dept... 27,238.00 

Corporation Tax — Treasury D'ept. 4,125.00 
Disabled Soldiers Appropriation 

Refunded 280.00 

Dispensaries — Tax. on sales 36,721.35 

Express Companies — Property 

tax — general 783.60 

Express Oomoanies — Property 

tax — pensions 149.26 

Express Companies — tax on re- 
ceipts . 4,294.92 

Fees, Bank Examinations 2,815.00 

Fees, Executive Department.... 2,553.45 

Fees, Insurance Department 16,793.50 

Pees, State Department 1,247.63 

Fees, Treasury Department 108.00 

Fish Commission 323.00 

Historical Commiasion 10.25 

Horse Dealers, Licenses 825.00 

Inheritance tax... 7,792.06 

Indigent Pupils 5,923.55 

Insurance Companies, Licenses.. 38,920.26 
Insurance Companies, Tax on 

Receipts 162,461.21 

Laws and Journal, Sale of 991.69 

Mercantile Agencies 400.00 

N. C. Agricultural Experiment 

Station — U. S. Appropriation 24,7.')'i.C0 
N. C. A. & M. College (col.)— 

U. S. Appropriation 9,900.00 

N. C. College Agriculture and 
Mechanic Arts — U. S. Appro- 
priation 20,100.00 

N. C. Institution Deaf, Dun^b 

and Blind, Earnings 2,096.49 

N. C. Railroad Dividends 225,015.00 

N. C. School for Deaf and Dumb, 

Earnings 3,927.60 

Oil EVealers, Licenses 8,929.06 

Pensions Refunded 82.00 

IHano and Organ Dealers, Li- 
censes 1,390.69 

Foetage and Stationery 2,840.00 

Privilege Tax on Railroads 13,.562.69 

Railroad Penalties 950.00 

Railroad Property Ta.x— General . 173,920.77 
Railroad Property Tax— Pensions 33,046.09 
Refrigerator cars. Property Tax- 
General 226.47 

Refrigerator cars, Property- Tax — 



Pensions 43.13 

Roster North Carolina State 
Troops, Sale of 1.40 

Seal Tax, Executive Department 1,481.23 

Seal Tax, State Department.... 1,419.33 

Seal Tax, Treasury Department. .50 

Sewing Machine Licenses 2,943.50 

Shell Fish Commission 7,850.85 

Sketches North Carolina Regi- 
ments Confederate Soldiers, 
Sale of 30.60 

Sleeping Car Companies, Proper- 
ty Tax— general 460.79 

Sleeping Car Companies, Proper- 
ty Ta.x— Pensions 87.77 

Slate and Colonial Records, 
Sale of 266.40 

i^tate Hospital, Raleigh, Earn- 
ings 10,555.79 

Slate's Prison, Earnings transfer- 
red to General Fund 175,000.00 

State's Prison, Earning? 232,747.52 

State's Prison, Interest on Farm 
Bonds 2,400.00 

Steamboat and Canal Property 
Tax— General 259.19 

Steamboat and Canal Property 
Tax— Pensions 49.36 

Street Railway, Light and Water 
Companies Tax— Gene'al 2,965.71 

Street Railway, Light and Water 
Companies Tax— Pensions 563.87 

Supreme Court Reports, Sale of. 6,478.95 

Taxes from the Counties — Gen- 
eral 855,363.59 

Taxes from the Couniies for 
Interest— Incomes 29,487.97 

Taxes from the Counties for 
Interest— Liquor 4,257.38 

Taxes from the Counties lor 
Pensions — Property 145,548.14 

I'axes from the Counties for 
Pensions— Polls 31,831.30 

Telegraph Companies, Property 
Tax— General 2,217.71 

Tdegi'aph Companies, Property 
Tax— Pensions 422.40 

Telegraph Companies— Tax on 
Receipts 3,194.01 

Telephone Companies, Property 
Tax— General 2,087.09 

Telephone Companies, Property 
Tax— Pensions ". 397.16 

Telephone Companies — Tax on 
Receipts 8,494.32 

Trade Mark Registration Fees. . . 11.00 

Balance from 1906 347,524.38 



Total Receipts $2,950,817.73 

DISBURSE?.ni;NTS. 

Adjutant General $ 1, 

.\gricultural Department 108 



Agricultural Societies 2 

/'.uditor's Department." 4, 

Auditor's Dept., Contingencies. 1, 

A udubon Society 8, 

Bledsoe, Mrs. D. M., relief of.. 2; 
Board of Internal Improvements 



038.55 
719.03 
600.00 
884.01 
317.13 
968.10 
073.47 
660.65 



24 



ITEMIZED STATE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 



ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Home Office; RALEIGH, N. C. 
Capital, $125,000. 

A NORTH OAROLiINA CX)MPANY OWNED AND CON- 
TROLLED BY NORTH CAROLINIANS. ECONO>nCAL 
MANAGEMENT AND THE STRONGEST BACIiING OB- 
TAINABLE , . . . 

CHAS. E. JOHNSON, President. JOS. G. BROWN, Vice-Pres. 
H. W. JACKSON, Treasurer. G. H. DORTCH, Secretary. 



15oard of Public Charities 1,031.57 

Bureau of Immi^ation 2,057.19 

Bureau of Labor and Printing. . 3,495.05 

Capitol Square 1,165.96 

Contingencies 2,446.81 

Convict account 2,62i.22 

Dangerous Insane 2,000.00 

Department Public Instruction.. 5,210.12 
Disabled Soldiers. Appropriation 

for 13,020.00 

Executive Department 6,516.82 

Fire Protection, State Institu- 
tions 1,346.00 

rish Commission 143.02 

Freight and Express charges 2,317.91 

I'uel, Light and Water 3,293.16 

Fugitives from Justice 2,549.14 

General Assembly 73,738.56 

Governor's Mansion and Grounds 3,450.93 

Governor's Traveling Exoenses.. 234.75 

Guilford Battle Ground 800.00 

Historical Commission 1,847.61 

Indigent Pupils 6,086.50 

Insurance Department . . 6,019.32 

Insuring State Property 10,132.23 

Interest 85.00 

interest on 4 per cent Consoli- 
dated Debt Bonds 141,856.00 

Interest on 4 per cent Prison 

Debt Bonds 4,240.00 

Interest on 4 per cent Prison 

Farm Debt Bonds 2,380.00 

interest on 4 per cent State 

Debt Bonds 21,930.00 

Interest on 6 per cent Construc- 
tion Debt Bonds 164,038.00 

.Tamestovvn Exposition 55,000.00 

Judiciary 85,8.33.77 

Laborers' Pay-roll 9,988.26 

Legal Services and Expenses.... 10,465.57 

Legislative Examining Com.... 224.40 

Moore's Creek Battle Ground.. 500.00 

Normal Schools (colored) 24,000.00 

Normal Schools (white) 18,710.00 

N. C. Agricultural Kxneriment 

Station— U. S. Appropriation. 24,750.00 

N. C. A. &. M. College (colored) 24,400.00 

N. C. Board of Health 4,000.00 

N. C. College Agriculture and 

Mechanic Arts 105,100.00 



N. C. Corporation Commission.. 16,071.39 
\. C. Corporation Commission. 

contingencies 1,643.83 

N. C. Institution Deaf, Dumb 

and Blind, Raleigh 73,100.00 

N. C. Institution Deaf, Dumb 

and Blind, Earnings 2,526.S1 

N. C. Sanitarium for Tuber- 
culosis 50,250.00 

N. C. School for Deaf and Dumb, 

Morganton 50,250.00 

N. C. School for Deaf and Dumb, 

Earnings 3,927.60 

N. C. State Firemen's Associa- 
tion 1,875.00 

N. C. State Volunteer Firemen's 

Association 625.00 

Oxford Orphan Asylum (white) 10,000.00 

Oxford Orphan Asylum ('?olored) 6,250.00 

Paper Account . . ." 15,008.42 

Pensions 269,969.50 

Postage and Stationery 7,084.98 

Public Buildings and Grounds.. 6,244.17 

Public Printing 39,108.79 

Public Schools, Appropriation to 192,500.00 
Public Schools, Appropriation 

for Rural Libraries 4,825.00 

Public Schools, Appropriation 

Teachers Examining Board.... 294.61 

Settling State Taxes 626.55 

^]e\\ Fish Commission 7,867.95 

Soldiei-s' Home 18,000.00 

State Board of Elections 1,047.80 

State and Colonial Records 1,922.36 

State Department 6,630.57 

State Geological Survey 10,000.00 

State Guard 16,000.00 

State Guard, Special 3,413.74 

State Hospital Commission 112,300.00 

State Hospital, Goldsboro 65,000.00 

State Hospital, Morganton 150,000.00 

State Hospital, Raleigh 118,438.53 

State Hospital, Raleigh, Earn- 
ings 10,555.79 

State Library 2,235.75 

State Librarj-, contingencies.... 531.43 
State Normal and Industrial 

College 95,000.00 

State's Prison, Earnings 232,747.52 

State's Prison, Sunday School.. 60.00 



I 



TEMPERANCE INFORMATION— RAILWAY STATISTICS. 



25 



?f «te Taxes Refunded 

Superintendent Public Puildings 
and Grounds 

Supreme Court, contingencies... 

Supreme Court Reports, Print- 
ing of 

Supreme Court Reports, Re- 
print 

Trfograph and Telephone Ex- 



3,433.69 

865.43 
140.17 

992.30 

1,270.66 



pense 955.04 

Treasury Department 7,723.82 

'J'reasury Department, contin- 
gencies 592.19 

Cniversity of North Carolina... 94,750.00 

Veighta and Measures 9,000.00 



Total Disbursements. 

Temperance Information. 



.$2,655,282.20 



North Carolina Anti-Saloon 
League. 

Prefiident State Convention— Heriot Olark- 
fon, Charlotte. 

Vice-Presidents— W. O Dowd, Charlotte; 
n. B. White, Franklinlon; George P. Pell, 
Winston-Salera ; J. H. Tucker, Asheville; A. 
M. Scales, Greensboro; J. A. Hartness, 
Statesville; J. A. Brown, Whiteville; E. E. 
IlJUiard, Scotland Neck: J. J. Rogers, Kin- 
ston; W. S. O'B. Robinson, Goldsboro; 
W. C. Douglass, Raleigh; G. W. Watts, 
E-urham; W. I. Everett, Rockingham; C. W. 
Mitchell, Aulander. 

Organizer— R. L. Davis, Warren Plains. 

Local Advisory Committee — Q. K. 
Kimocks, J. M. Lamb, W. M. Fairley, J. 
G. Shaw, J. J. Hall, Fayetteville. 

Executive Committee — John A. Gates, 
Chairman, Fayetteville; J. W. Bailey, Ral- 
figh; H. A. London, Pittsboro; J. E. Un- 
derwood, Rockingham; Josephus Daniels, 
Raleigh; Clarence H. Poe, Raleigh; J. H. 
Pou, Raleigh; T. N. Ivey, Raleigh; Q. K. 
Nimocks, Fayetteville; V,'. B. Cooper, Wil- 
mington; W. H. Sprnnt. Wilmington; R. 
C. Beaman, New Bern; N. B. Broughton, 
Raleigh; J. C. Massee, Raleigh; J. O. At- 
kinson, Elon College; A. J. McKelway, 
Charlotte; I. C. Blair, Treasurer, Raleigh; 
J. I. Johnson, Raleigh: B. Craig, Rocky 
Mount; G. T. Adams, Durham; S. McIntjTe, 
lumberton; W. N. Jones, Raleigh; H. A. 
1 age. Aberdeen. 

Temperance Statistics. 

Prohibition counties in North Carolina 
January 1, 1908: 

Alexander, Alleghany, Anson Ashe, Bla- 
den, Brunswick, Buncombe, Burke, Cabar- 
rus, Caldwell, Camden, Carteret, Catawba, 
Chatham, Cherokee, Chowan, Clay, Cleve- 
land, Columbus, Cumberland, Currituck, 
Dare, Davidson, Davie, Duplin, Durham, 
Gaston, Gates, Graham, Guilford, Harnett, 



Haywood, Henderson, Hertford, Hyde, Ire- 
dell, Jackson, Lee, Lincoln, Madison, Mc- 
Dowell, Mecklenburg, Mitchell, Montgom- 
Pamlico, Pasquotank, Pender, Perquimans, 
Polk, Randolph, Richmond, Robeson, 
Rutherford, Sampson, Scotland, Stanly, 
Stokes, Surry, Swain, Transylvania, Union, 
Wake, Warren, Washington, Watauga, 
Wilkes, Yadkin, Yancey. 

Dispensary Statistics. 
Dispensaries in North Carolina Jan. 1, '08: 
Graham, Alamance county; Edwards, 
Beaufort county; Windsor and Colerain, 
Rertie county; Louisburg, Franklin county; 
Oxford and Creedmoor, Granville county; 
Weldon, Halifax coimty; Dunn, Harnett 
county; Waynesville, Haywood county; Pine 
Level, Johnston county; Trenton, Jones 
county; Kinston, Lenoir county; Roxboro, 
Person county; Greenville, Bethel, Ayden, 
Falkland, Pitt county; Mayodan, Rock- 
ingham county; Henderson, Vance county; 
Fremont and Eureka, Wayne county; Wil- 
son, Elm City, Lucama, Wilcon county. 
Saloon Statistics. 
Saloons in North Carolina Jan. 1, 1908: 
Washington, Beaufort county; Milton and 
Yancej'ville, Caswell county; Vanceboro, 
Craven county; Tarboro, Pinetop, Maccles- 
field, Old Sparta, Lawrence, Leggetts, 
Whitakers, Battleboro, Rocky Mount, 
Sharpesburg, St. Lewis, Conetoe, Oakley, 
Edgecombe county; Winston-Salem, Forsyth 
county; Snow Hill and Jason, Greene 
county; Enfield, Halifax and Tillery, Hali- 
fax county; Williamston, Hamilton, Has- 
sell, Everett, Parmele, Gold Point, Rober- 
.sonville, Martin county; Rocky Mount and 
Battleboro; Nash county; Wilmington and 
Wrightsville, New Hanover county; Farm- 
ville, Oakley, Stokes, Pactolus, Grimesland, 
Fountain, Pitt county; Madison and Reids- 
ville, Rockingham countj'; Salisbury, Rowan 
county; Black Creek, Wilbanks and 
Bridgersville, Wilson county. 



Railway Statistics. 



RAILROAD RATES. 
The following passenger rates obtain on 
the railroad systems in North Carolina: 
Name. Per Mile 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 2 1-4 

Atlantic Coast Line Railway 2 1-4 

Southern Railway 2 1-4 

Aberdeen and Asheboro Railway .... 2 1-4 
Norfolk and Southern Railway, Golds- 
boro to Morehead and Edenton to 

State Line 2 1-4 

Norfolk and Western Railway 2 1-4 



All other roads 3c. per mile as follows: 
Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad Com- 
pany, Atlantic and Western Railroad, 
Alma Railroad Companv, Blue Ridge and 
Atlantic Railway Company, Caldwell and 
Northern Railroad Company, (under con- 
struction); Carolina VaUey Railway Com- 
pany, Cashie and Chowan Railroad Com- 
pany, Chowan and Aulander Railroad 
Company, Cliff side Railroad Company; 
Dover and Southbound Railroad Company, 
Durham and Charlotte Railroad Company, 



26 



RAILWAY STATISTICS. 



Durham and South Carolina Railroad Com- 
pany, East Carolina Railway, East Tennes- 
see and Western North Carolina Railroad 
Company, Kinston and Carolina Railway, 
Lawndale Railway Company, Linville 
River Railway Company, Mount Airy and 
Eastern Railway Company, New Hanover 
Transit Company, Northampton and Hert- 
ford Railroad Company, Raleigh and 
Charleston Railroad Company, Raleigh and 
Western Railway Company, Randolph and 
Cumberland Railway Company, Red Springs 
and Bowmore Railroad Company, South 
and Western Railroad, (under construc- 
tion); Warrcnton Railroad Company, 
Wellington and Powellsville Railroad Com- 
pany. 



Number of Railway Employes in 
North Carolina. 



Total 

Officers and 

Employees. 

5,242 
3,163 

5,818 



Name of Road. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 
Seaboard Air Line Railway . . 
Southern Railway 

MISCELLANEOUS ROADS: 

Aberdeen and Asheboro 

Aberdeen and Rockflsh 

Atlantic and North Carolina 
Atlantic and Western 



Caldwell and Northern 

Carolina, Glenn Anna and Pee Dee 

Carolina and Northwestern 

Carthage 

Cashie and Chowan 

Chowan and Aulander 

Cliflfside 

Danville and Western 

Durham and South Carolina .... 

Durham and Southern 

Durham and Cliarlotte 

Dover and South Bound 

East Carolina 



E. Tennessee and Western N. C. 

Lawndale 

Linville River 

Louisville and Nashville 



Mount Airy and Eastern 

Norfolk and Southern 

Norfolk and Western 

Pamlico, Oriental and Western . . 

Raleigh and Charleston 

Raleigh and Pamlico Sound 

Raleigh and Southport 

Raleigh and Western 

Red Springs and Bowmore 

South and Western (entire line) . . 

Virginia and Carolina Coast 

Warrenton 

Wellington and Powellsville 



Total 

♦ Entire line. 



58 

422 

15 

107 

205 
21 



80 
'56 



140 
51 

'33 

133 
12 
32 
65 

"452 

* 1,510 

33 

53 

4 

47 

12 



291 
100 



54 



18,230 



RAILWAY ACCIDENTS TO PERSONS. 

Result- Other 
ing cauaee 
move- move- 
ment of ment of 
trains, trains. 





"O 


•0 


'O 


!U "O 


9> 


V 


U u 
















i^ 


£ W 


a 


28 


155 . 


103 


21 


189 . 


89 



56 

15 

18 

169 

13 

40 

"19 



12 



1 

72 
1 

7 



Name of Road. 
Atlantic Coast Line 
Seaboard Air Line 

SOUTHERN RAILWAY— 
Southern— (owned lines).. 37 316 1 353 
Southern — (leased lines) .. .. 
Atlanta & Char. Air Line 8 

Atlantic and Danville 

Atlantic and Yadkin 

High Point, Randleman, 

Asheboro & Southern . . . 
North Carolina Railroad . . 19 
North Carolina Midland . .. 
Southern — Caro. Division . 3 

State University 

Yadkin Railroad 1 

Total owned and leased 

Southern R. R 68 646 1 458 

MISCELLANEOUS ROADS- 

Atlantic & North Carolina. 2 7 

Caldwell & Northern .... 2 

Carolina & Northwestern . 1 7 

Danville & Western 1 

Durham & Charlotte 2 

Durham & Southern 1 4 

East Carolina 2 

Louisville <& Nashville .... 1 

Norfolk & Western 1 8 

Northampton & Hertford .... 1 

South & Western 2 8 

Grand total 126 1,031 1 665 

EXTENSION OF R. R. MILEAGE IN 
NORTH CAROLINA DURING 1907. 

Carolina and Tennessee Southern 
(Southern) — west between Bushnell 
and Tennessee State line 4.50 

Carolina Valley— High Point north 
towards Greensboro 2.00 

Carthage and Pinehurst — Pinehuret to 
Carthage 12.60 

Durham and South Carolina — Earring- 
ton to Coshwell 3.75 

East Carolina — three miles south of 
Farmville to Hookerton 10.20 

Norfolk and Southern — Raleigh to 
Pamlico Junction, 2.19 miles; Zeb- 
ulon to Chocowinity, 75.77 miles; 
Chocowinity to Washington, 3.8 
miles; Bayboro toward Oriental, 
8.30 miles; Mackeys Feny toward 
Columbia, 5.00 miles; Edenton to- 
vi^ard Skinners Point, 2,00 miles; 
total 07.0e 

South and Western — Alta pass to pres- 
ent end of track, 0.77 miles; Marion 
to North Cove in McDowell county, 
14.05 miles; total 14.82 

Tallulah Falls— Prentiss to Franklin.. 4.00 



Total 



.148.83 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 



27 



INSURANCE STATISTICS. 

The following figures give the number of 
the various kinds of insurance companies 
doing- business in North Carolina: Life 
companies, 47; Assessment Life companies, 
15; Fire and Fire and Marine companies, 
123; Accident and Surf-tj companies, 31; 
Fraternal Orders, 60. 

The insurance statistics for the year 1907 
vnll not be prepared until February, 1908. 
The statistic-s for 1909, The statistics for 
1906, the latest figures availabl.;, are as fol- 
lows: 

North Carolina Fire Ccmpanies: 

r.iaks written $ 35,552,872.00 

Premiums thereon 699,737.48 

Losses paid 300,084.21 

Losses incurred 319,326.40 

Companies of other States: 

Risks written 108,630,561.00 

Premiums received 1,439,513.34 

Losses paid 859,494.49 

Losses incurred 928,441.49 

Marine and Inland Business: 

Risks written 2,750,377.00 

Premiums received 5,745.61 

losses paid 4,801.03 

Losses incurred 6,018.03 

Foreign Companies : 

Risks written 51,210,326.00 

Premiuni.s received 484,630.96 

Losses paid 272,471.42 

Losses incurred 296,089.79 

Marine and Inland: 

Risks written 1,758,759.00 

Premiums received .... 4,870.67 

losses paid 1,820.41 

Losses incurred 1,820.41 

Life companies doing business in North 
Carolina: 

Policies in force December 31, 1905, num- 
ber, 166,473, amounting to $120,039,311. 

Policies issued during 1906, 68,760, 
amount, .$30,316,356. 

Policies ceased during 1906, 46,797, 
amounting to $19,761,647. 

Policies in force December 31, 1906, 188,- 
433, amounting to $131,4P<',017. 

Losses incurred during 1906, $1,346,141; 
paid, $1,294,318. 

Premiums collected on policies written 
during 1906, $4,181,446.61. 

Life assessment associations: 

Certificates issued during 1906, 75,211, 
amounting to $1,967,002; premiums or assess- 
ments received thereon, ¥234,077.77. 

Losses incurred, $69,fi59.52. 

Losses paid, $69,659.52. 

The above figures represent the total bus- 
iness of the life companies doing business 
in North Carolina. 

The following figures represent the 
amount of business done exclusively by the 
North Carolina companies: 

The home companies vrote the amount 
of $10,570,076; premiums received thereon, 
tf'*9.216.35 losses incurred, $78,541; Losses 
paid, $72,541. 



Building and Loan Associations. 

statistics report for 1907 not prepared 
until February, 1908. 
Number of shares in force 

at beginning of year. 89,865l^ 
Number of shares sub- 
scribed during year 40,749 

I\ umber of shares can- 
celled and withdrawn. 19,196% 
Number of shares in force 

end of year 116,87b 

Fhareholders, number of 

white 14,047 

colored 2,858 

Total receipts during th- year. .$3,005,723.14 
Total disbiu-sements during the 

vear 3,002,698.02 

TJtal assets 4,346,242.65 

Total amount loaned ouL 4,228,355.58 

Tlie above are the fig\:res as reported by 
75 associations. Seven (7) associations have 
not yet filed any report. Seven (7) asso- 
ciations have been organized since Jan- 
uary, 1907. 

Bank Statistics. 

STATE, PRIVATE AND SAVINGS BANKS. 

Capital stock $6,940,896.32 

Time certificates of deposit... 4,5.38,327.47 

Deposits subject to check 27,549,969.75 

Dimand certificates of deposit. 2,852,883.92 

Deposits in trust 1,600,313.18 

Total assets 49,765,371.49 

national" BANKS. 

Circulation $ 4,778,960.00 

Deposits 18,566,964.00 

Capital 6,005,000.00 

Assets 40,604,486.00 

Pension Statistics. 

Total number pensions 1907, 15,041. 
Amount expended for pensions 1907, $400,- 
239. Amount of appropriation by the Gen- 
eral Assembly for pensions, $400,000. 
Classes of pensioners, number in each class 
and amount each pensioner receives are 
as follows: First class, 74 pensioners, re- 
ceiving $72 each; Second class, 279 pen- 
sioners, receiving $60 each; Third class, 477 
pensioners, receiving $48 each; Fourth 
class, soldiers, 9,004, receiving $25 each; 
Fourth class, wl'ows, 572, receiving $25 
each. Those totally blind, or who have 
lost both arms or both legs, 90, receiving 
$120 each. 

Capital Invested in the Leading 
Industries in North Carolina. 

Industry. Capital. 

Cotton and cotton manufacturing. $41,278,160 
j Tobacco culture and manufacture. 28,087,969 
I Lumber and timber products 10,068,358 

Furniture manufacturing 2,998,201 

Indian Population. 

There are 1,455 Indians in North Carolina, 
and 284,079 in the United States. 



2S 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 



TOBACCO STATISTICS, 1907, 

The sales of leaf tobicco on tue several 
markets of the State for the year 1907, as 
reported to the State Department of Agriciil- 
ture, were as follows 
Montlis. Pounds. 

Auffust 8,766,096 

September 21,711,108 

October 20,499.504 

November 21,839,516 

December 13,646,699 



Total 86,474,923 

The sales by each market, with the excep- 
tion of the sales for August, were as fol- 
lows: 
Towns. No. pounds. 

Apex 839,385 

Ahoskie 547,633 

Clarkton 14,338 

Creedmoor 772,809 

Clinton 189,141 

Durham 2,963,534 

Dunn 168,401 

Enfield 458,431 

Fair Bluff 403,008 

Farmville 1,754,506 

Fairmont 501,601 

Goldsboro . . 1,508,885 

Greensboro 395,221 

Greenville 8,612,859 

Henderson 7,647,767 

Louisburg 1,207,002 

Lumberton 101,265 

LaGrange 2,129,941 

\Jount Airy 1,681,740 

Madison 778,395 

Oxford 3,468,246 

Pilot Mountain 233,869 

Robersonville 1,294,418 

Reidsville 2,109,834 

Rocky Mount 5,178,047 

Raleigh 230,590 

Roxboro 1,883,649 

Richlands , 1,223,806 

Smithfield 1,680,348 

Spring Hope 157,171 

Stoneville 584,749 

Selma 192,186 

Statesville 52,511 

Warrenton 1,092,838 

Warsaw 426,525 

Williamston 1,080,287 

Wendell 306,589 

Wilson 11,625,925 

Winston-Salem 8,705,411 

Youngsville 400,130 

/..'bulon 1,169,988 

Institutions and County Estab- 
lis.hetl by the General As- 
sembly of 1907. 

Lee county, formed from a part of 



Moore and Chatham counties. 

The East Carolina Teachers Training 
School, located at Greenville. 

Spray School of Technology, of Spray. 

Stonewall Jackson Manual Training And 
Industrial School, a State reformatory, lo- 
cated at Concord. 

Sanitarium for the Treatment of Con- 
sumptives. 

Board of Examination and Registration 
for the Regulation of the Practice of 
Osteopathy. 

State Board of Equalization for the a«- 
irssment of real estate. 

Department of Immigiation. 

State Fish Commission. 

North .Carolina Hospital Commission. 

The office of assistanr to the Attorney- 
rieneral. 

The Soldiers' Home. Raleigh. 

Founded by General Assembly in 1887, in- 
corporated 1891. Supported oy the State. 
Number of inmates, 133. 

Game Birds. 

Under the laws of North Carolina the 
following only are considered game birds: 
I.oons, and grebes, sw&ns, geese, brant; 
liver, fish and sea ducks, rails, coots, 
irarsh-hens and gallinules, plovers, shore 
and surf birds, snipe, woodcock, eand- 
jupers, yellow legs, chewink or tohee and 
curlews, and the wild turkey, grouse, part- 
ridge, pheasant, quail, dove, robbin and 
meadow lark. 

' The Governor is authorized to appoint 
game wardens, upon the recommendation 
o; the Audubon Society of North Carolina, 

1 whose duty it shall be to see that the bird 

' and game laws are enforced. 

North Carolina Divorce Laws. 

Marriages may be dis-solved and the 
[parties thereto divorced from the bonds of 
matrimony in North Carolina in the follow- 
ing cases. 

1. If the husband shall commit fornication 
and adultery. 

2. If the wife shall commit adultery. 

3. If either party at tne time of the mar- 
riage was and still is naturally impotent. 

4. If the wife at the time of the mar- 
liage be pregnant, and the husband be 
ignorant of the fact of such pregnancy and 
be not the father of the child with which 
: he wife was pregnant at the time of the 
marriage. 

5. If there shall have been a separation 
of husband and wife, and thej' shall have 
lived separate and apart for ten successive 
years, and they shall h.nve resided in this 
State for that period, and no children 
shall have been Dorn of the marriage. 



12,274 



That's the sworn Average Daily Circulation of The News and 
Observer from January 1, 1907 to January 1, 1908. Several 
Thousand Greater than any other daily published anyvthere in 
North Carolina. Advertisers Get Results. 



POSTOFFICES. 



29 



OHAS. E. JOHNSON, President. 



F. H. BRIGGS, Cashier. 



Raleigh Banking & Trust Company. 

Capital $100,000.00 

Surplus 15,000,00 

Deposits- ------ 550,000.00 

"THE ROUND STEPS BANK." 
THIRD GENERATION OF SUCCESSFUL, BANKING. 
HAS PAID TO STOCKHOLDERS OVER $1,500,000.00. 



Postoffices. 

First, second and third class postoffices 
in North Carolina \vilh salaries of $1,000 
a»id over: 

Albemarle $1,400 

AEheville 3,100 

r.eautort 1,300 

Belhaven 1.100 

Riltmore 1,500 

Brevard 1,500 

Hiirlington 1,900 

Carthage 1,300 

Chapel Hill 1,800 

Charlotte 3,300 

Clinton 1,400 

Concord 2,300 

Davidson 1,400 

Donnaho 1,300 

Dunn 1,700 

I/urham 2,700 

Edenton 1,700 

Elizabeth City 2,400 

Elldn 1,200 

rnfitld 1,400 

P"ayetteville 2,500 

Franklin 1,100 

Franklinton 1,200 

Castonia 2,100 

Goldsboro 2,500 

Graham 1,400 

{5rrensboro 3,200 

Greenville 1,800 

Hamlet 1,400 

Henderson 2,200 

Hendersonville 1,900 

Hertford 1,400 

Hickory 2,200 

High Point 2,600 

Hillsboro 1,300 

Xemersville 1,500 

Kings Mountain 1,200 

Kinston 2,300 

LflGrange 1,100 

T.aurinburg 1,600 

I*noir 1,700 

Lexington 2,000 

Lincolnton 1,500 

1 ittloton 1,600 

Louisburg 1,600 

Lumberton 1,700 

»3arion 1,700 

Marshall 1,000 



Maxton 1,500 

Mebane 1,300 

^locksville 1,2(X) 

Monroe 1,800 

Mooresville 1,400 

Morehcad City 1,200 

fi'organton 1,800 

Mount Airy 2,000 

\\ount Olive 1,400 

^••a■phy 1,400 

New Bern 2,500 

><wton 1,600 

North Wilkesboro 1,500 

Oxford 2,000 

Wvmouth 1,200 

Kiieford 1,100 

r.aleigh 3,200 

lad Springs 1,500 

"Jeidsville 2,100 

Hockingham 1,600 

Uucky Mount 2,300 

r.oxboro 1,300 

Ruthertordton 1,300 

Salisbury , 2,600 

Sanford 1,700 

Siotland Neck 1,500 

Kelma , 1,200 

Slielbv 1,700 

Shore 1,000 

Smithfield 1,400 

Southern Pines 1,600 

Spencer 1,400 

Spray 1,400 

Spring Hope 1,100 

Spruce Pine 1,200 

Siatesville 2,400 

'J arboro 1,900 

Thomasville 1,700 

Trvon 1,200 

V'adesboro 1,600 

Wake Forest 1,400 

Warenton 1,400 

Warsaw 1,100 

! \Vashington 2,200 

'■ Waynesville 1,800 

Weidon 1,500 

I West Durham 1,000 

Williams 1,100 

I V\ illiamston 1,300 

-Vilmington 3,300 

Vvilson 2,400 

V'indsor 1,300 

\^inston-Salem 3,200 I 



30 



TIME OF HOLDING SUPERIOR COURTS. 



Time of Holding Superior Courts 



First Jiiclicial District. 

BEAUFORT— Feb. If^th (2 weeks); April 
20th, civil cases only; May 18th, (3 weeks), 
1st and 2nd civil cases only, last criminal 
cases only; October £6th, (2 weeks); De- 
cember 8th (3 weeks), 1st and 2nd civil 
(ascs onlv, last criminal cases only. 

CAMDEN— March 2nd; September 14th. 

CHOWAN— Jtarch 30th; October 5th. 

CURRITUCK— February 24th- Sept. 7th. 

DARE— Mav 4th; Nov. 16th. 

GATES— April 6th; Oct 12th. 

HYDE— Mav 11th; Nov. 30th. 

PASQUOTANK— .Jan. 13th (2 weeks), 1st 
week civil cases only; March nth (2 weeks); 
Sept. 21st; Nov. 23rd, civil cases only. 

PERQUIMANS— March 23rd; Sept. 28th. 

TYRRELL— April 27t.i; Nov. 9th. 

WASHINGTON— .Jan. 27th, ciiil cases 
OTily; April 13th; Oct. 19th. 

Second Judicial District. 

BERTIE— Feb. 17th; April 27rh (2 weeks); 
Sept. 14th; Nov. 16th (2 weeks). 

HALIFAX — Jan. 27th, criminal cases only; 
March 2nd (2 weeks); June 1st (2 weeks); 
Aug. 24th (2 weeks); Nov. 30th (2 weeks). 

HERTFORD— Feb. 24th; April 20th, jail 
and civil eases; Aug. 17th; Oct. 19th (2 
weeks), 1st week jail and civil cases. 

NORTHAMPTON— Jan. 20th, jail and civil 
cases; March 23rd (2 weeks); Aug. 3rd, jail 
and civil cases; Nov. 2nd (2 weeks). 

WARREN— Feb. 10th: JuPe 15th (2 
weeks); Sept. 21st (2 weeks). 

Third Judicial Distrtct. 

CARTERET— March 9th; Oct. 19th. 

CRAVEN— Feb. 3rd (2 weeks), 1st week 
criminal cases onlj', 2nd week civil cases 
only; April 6th, civil cases only; May 
4th (2 weeks), 1st week civil cases only; 
June 8th, criminal cases only; Oct. 5th (2 
v/eeks), 1st week criniinal cases only, 2nd 
week civil cases only; Nov. 23>d (2 weeks), 
1st week civil cases onlv. 

GREENE— Feb. 24th (2 weeks); May 25th 
(2 vveelcs), 1st week civil cases only; Sept. 
7th; Dec. 7th. 

JONES— March .30th; Nfdv. 2nd. 

PAMLICO— April 13th; Oct. 26th. 

PITT— Jan 13th (2 weeks); March 16th (2 
weeks), 1st week civil cases only; Aug. 
24th (2 weeks), 1st week civil cases only; 
Sept. 21st (2 weeks); Nov. 9th (2 weeks), 
1st week civil cases only; Dec. 14th (2 
weeks), 1st week civil oases only. 

Fourth Judicial District. 

EDGECOMBE— March tind; March 30th (2 
weeks), Ist week civil cases only; Sept. 
J 4th; Nov. 2nd (2 weeks), 1st week civil 
3ases only. 

FRANKLIN— Jan. 20th (2 weeks); April 
13th (2 weeks); Aug. 24th, criminal cases 
only; Oct. 19th (2 weeks), 1st week civil 
cases only. 

MARTIN— March 16th; June 15th; Sept. 
?lst; Dec. 14th. 

NASH — March 9th, civil cases only; March 



£3rd, civil cases onl> ; April 27th, criminal 
cases only; Aug. 31st criminal cases only; 
Nov. 30th, criminal casss only. 

VANCE— Feb. 17th (2 weeks); May 18th 
(2 weeks); Oct. 5th (2 weeks). 

WILSON— Feb. 3rd (2 weeks), 2nd week 
civil cases only; May 11th; Sept. 7th; Nov. 
16th (2 weeks), 1st week civil cases only; 
Pec. 21st, criminal cases only. 

Fifth Judicial Dibtrict, 

DUPLIN— Feb. 17th (2 weeks); Aug. 31st 
(2 weeks); Nov. 23rd (2 weeks). 

LENOIR — Jan. 6th, civil case-* only; March 
9th (2 weeks), 1st week civil cases only, 
2nd week criminal case«; only; May 18th, 
?ivil cases only; June 8th (2 weeks), 1st 
week civil cases only, 2nd week criminal 
lases only; Aug. 24th, oiminal cases only; 
Nov. 9th (2 weeks), 1st week civil cases 
;nly; Dec. 14th (2 weeks), 1st week 
criminal cases only. 

iVEW HANOVER— Jan. 20th (2 weeks), Ist 
.veek criminal cases only; March 30th (3 
■Aeeks), 1st week criminal cases only, 2nd 
.veek civil eases only; May 25lh (2 weeks), 
ist week civil cases only; July 27th (2 
Aeeks), 1st week criminal cases only; Sept. 
i^Sth (3 weeks), 1st week criminal cases 
j only, 2nd week civil case.« only; Dec. 7th, 
civil cases onlv. 

ONSLOW— April 20th; Julv 20th; Oct. 
I'Ah. 

PENDER— Jan. 13th; March 23rd; Sept. 
14th (2 weeks). 

SAMPSON— Feb. 3rd (2 weeks) ; April 27th 
(2 weeks); Aug. 10th (2 weeks); Oct. 26th 
!? weelcs). 

SLxth Judicial District. 

HARNETT— Feb. 3rd (2 weeks); May 18th; 
^■•ept. 7th; Nov. 16th (2 weeks), 1st week 
•ivi! cases onlv. 

JOHNSTON— March 2nd (2 weeks); Sept. 
14th (2 weeks); Dec. 14th (2 weeks). 

tVAKE— Jan. 6th (2 weeks) Feb. 17th (2 
Aeeks), 1st week civil cases only; March 
2Srd (2 weeks); April 20th (3 weeks), 1st 
A-cek civil cases onlv; July 13th (2 weeks); 
«ept. 28th (2 weeks); Oct. 26th (3 weeks), 
f ist week civil cases only. 

vVAYNE- Jan. 20th (2 weeks); April 6th 
2 weelis); Aug. 24th (? weeks); Nov. 30th 
,2 weeks). 

Seventh Jutlicial District. 

BLADEN— March 9th; Aug. 3rd, civil 
cases onlv: Oct. 19th. 

I BRUNSWICK— March 16th; Aug. 10th, 
civil cases onlv; Sept. 2Sth. 

COLUMBUS^Feb. 24th; April 13th (2 

I v.eeks); July 20th (2 weeks), 1st week civil 

1 cases onlv; Sept. 7th; Nov. 30th. 

I CUMBERLAND— Jan. 13th. criminal cases 
only; Feb. 17th, civil cases only; March 
23rd, jail and civil cases; April 27th (2 
weeks), Ist week civil cases on!}'; May 25th, 
criminal cases olIv; Aug. 31st, criminal 
cases only; Oct. 26th (2 weeks), 1st week 
civil cases only; Nov. 23rd, criminal cases I 



TIME OF HOLDING Sl^PERIOR COURTS. 



31 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

of RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

Confidently Seeks and Invites New Accounts. 

CAPITAL AND EARNED SUKPLtS $1,700,000.00 

DEPOSITS $6,000,000.00 

TOTAL RESOURCES $9,500,000.00 

Jno. B. Purcell, President. Jno. M. 3iiller, Jr., 

Cbas. R. Burnett, Vice-Pres. and Cashier. 

Ass't Cashier. J. C. Joplin, Ass't Cashier. 



only. 

ROBESON— Feb. 3rd (2 weeks), 1st week 
criminal cases only; March 30th (2 weeks), 
1st week civil cases only; May 18th, civil 
oases only; June 15th, civil cases only. 
Eightli Judicial District. 

ANSON — Jan. 13th, criminal cases only; 
Feb. 10th, civil cases only: March 2nd, 
civil cases only; April 18th, criminal cases 
only; May 11th, civil cases only; June 8th, 
civil cases only. 

CHATHAM— Feb. 3rd; May 4th; Aug. 
10th, civil cases only; Nov. 16th. 

MOORE— Jan. 20tli, civil cases only; 
March 23rd, civil cases only April 20th, 
criminal cases only; May IStn, civil cases 
only; Aug. 17th, crimm-ii cases only; Sept. 
?.lst, civil cases only; Nov. 23rd, criminal 
cases only; Dec. 14th, civil cases only. 

RICHitOND — Jan. 6th, criminal cases 
only; March 30th (2 weeks); Sept. 7th, 
criminal cases only; Sept. 28th (2 weeks), 
1st week civil cases only. 

SCOTLAND— March 9th. civil cases only; 
April 27th, criminal cases only; June 1st; 
Oct. 26th, civil cases oily. 

UNION — Jan. 27th, criminal cases only; 
Feb. 17th (2 weeks), 1st week civil cases 
only; March 16th, criminal cases only; Aug. 
3rd, criminal cases only; Aug. 24th (2 
weeks), 1st week civil cases only; Nov. 
2nd (2 weeks), 1st week criminal cases 
only. 

Ninth Judicial District. 

ALAMANCE— March 2nd; May 2.5th, civil 
c.'ises only; Sept. 7th (2 weeks), 1st week 
criminal cases only, 2nd wef'k civil cases 
only; Nov. 9th, criminal cases only. 

DURHAM — Jan. 6th, criminal cases only; 
.Jan. 20th (2 weeks), 1st week criminal 
cases only; March 16th (2 we^ks), 1st week 
civil cases only; May 11th, criminal cases 
cnly; Aug. 31st, criminal cases only; Oct. 
.Wh (2 weeks), 1st week civil cases only; 
Pec. 7th, criminal cases only. 

GRANVILLE— Feb. 3rd; April 27th; Aug. 
Rrd; Nov. 23rd. 

GUILFORD-^an. 13tli, civil cases only; 
Feb. 10th (3 weeks), 1st week ci\dl cases 
only, 3rd week criminal cases only; March 
30th, criminal cases 'only; April 13th (2 
veeks), 1st week civil rases onh'; June 1st 
(3 weeks), 1st week ci\-il cases only, 3rd 
week criminal cases only ; Aug. 24th, civil 
cases only; Sept. 21st, crimina' cases only; 



Get. 26th (2 weeks), 1st week ci\il cases 
only; Dec. 14th, criminal cases only; Dec. 
2Sth, civil cases only. 

ORANGE— March 9th; May 18th, civil 
t.ises only; Aug. 10th; Oct. 19th. 

PERSON— April 6th, Aug. 17th; Nov. 
lOth. 

Tenth Judicial District. 

DAVIDSON— Feb. 24th (2 weeks); April 
COth, civil cases only; Aug. 17th (2 
'veelcs) ; Nov. 16th, civil cases only. 

DAVIE— March 30th; Oct. 5th. 

IREDELL— Jan. 27th (2 weeks) ; May 18th 
(2 weeks) ; Aug. 3rd (2 weeks) ; Nov. 2nd 
• 2 weeks). ' 

MONTGOMERY— Jan. 20th, criminal cases 
only; April 13th, civil cases only; Sept. 
21st (2 weeks). 

RANDOLPH— March IGth (2 weeks); July 
20th (2 weeks); Dec. 7th (2 weeks). 

ROWAN— Feb. 10th (2 weeirs) ; May 4th 
(2 weeks); Aug. 31st (2 weeks); Nov. 23rd 
(2 weeks). 

STANLY — Jan. 13th, criminal cases only; 
March 9th, civil cases only July 13th, 
criminal cases only; Sept. 14th, civil cases 
only. 

YADKIN— April 27th; Oct. 19th. 

Eleventh Judicial District. 

ALLEGHANY— March 23rd; Aug. 24th. 

ASHE— June 1st; Oc^ 26th. 

CASWELL— April 13th; Oct. 19th. 

FORSYTH— Feb. lOtn (? weeks), 1st week 
criminal cases only; March 9t!i (2 weeks), 
1st week civil cases onlj'; May 18th (2 
weeks); July 27th, criminal cases only; 
Sept. 14th (2 weeks), 1st week civil cases 
'■nly; Oct. 12th, criminal cases only; Dec. 
Vth (2. weeks), 1st week civil cases only. 

ROCKINGHAM— Feb. 24th (2 weeks); 
June 8th (2 weeks), 1st week civil cases 
only; Aug. 3rd, criminal case' only; Nov. 
Pth (2 wecks^,. 

STOKES— May 4th; Sept. 28th (2 weeks). 

SURRY— Feb. 3'-d; April 20th; Aug. 31st 
(2 weeks) 1st week, civil cases only; Nov. 
2.3rd (2 weeks). 

Iwelfth Judicial District. 

CABARRUS— Jan. 27th (2 weeks); May 
4th (2 weeks); Aug. 31st; Oct. 26th (2 
weeks). 

CLEVELAND— March 23rd (2 weeks); 
Aug. 3rd (2 weeks); Nov. 9th (2 weeks). 

GASTON— Feb. 24th (9. weeks); May 18th 
(2 weeks); Sept. 14th (2 weeks); Nov. 23rd. 



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LINCOLN— Apr. 6th; Sept. 7tL; Dec. 14th. i 
MECKLENBURG— Jan. 13th (2 w?eks) 1st 
week, civil cases only; Feb. 10th (2 weeks) 
1st week, criminal cases only. March 9th 
(2 weeks) 1st week, civil cases only; April 
20th (2 weeks) 1st week criminal cases 
only, 2nd week civil cases only; June 1st 
('Z weeks), 1st week criminal cases only, 
2nd week civil cases only; July 20th (2 
weeks), 1st week civil cases only; Aug. 
17th (2 weeks), 1st week criminal cases 
riily; Sept. 28th, crimiral ca.ses only; Oct. 
5th (3 weeks), 1st week, civil cases only; 
Nov. 30th 1,2 weeks), 1st we^i^k civil cases 
only; 2nd week, criminal cases only. 

TlUrteentli Judicial District. 

ALEXANDER— Feb. :7th; Sept. 28 (2 
weeks). 

CALDWELL— Feb. 24th (2 weeks); Aug. 
81st (2 weeks); Nov. 30th (2 weeks), 1st 
week, civil cases onlv. 

CATAWBA— Feb. Srd (? weeks); May 4th 
(2 weeks) 1st week, civil cases only; July 
13th (2 weeks); Nov. 2nd (2 vreeks). 

MITCHELL— Anril 6tn (2 weeks); July 
27th (2 weeks) 1st week, civil cases only; 
Nov. 16th (2 weeks). 

WATAUGA— March 23rd (2 weeks); Sept. 
14th (2 weeks). 

WILKES— Jan. 20th (2 weeks) 1st week, 
civil cases only; March 9th (2 weeks); 
Aug. 10th (2 weeks); Oct. 12lh (2 weeks) 
]?t week, civil oases unly. 

Fourteenth Judicial District. 

BURKE— March 9th (i weeks); June 1st 
(2 weeks) 1st week, civil cases only; Aug. 
10th (2 weeks); Dee. 7th (2 weeks) 1st 
week, civil eases only. 

HENDERSON— March 2nd, criminal cases 
only; May 11th v2 weeks) 1st week, jail 
and civil cases; Oct. fth (2 weeks) 1st 
week, criminal cases only; Nov. 16th (2 



weeks) 1st week, jail and civil casea. 

MCDOWELL— Jan. 20th (2 weeks) lat 
week, civil cases only; Feb. 17th (2 weeks); 
,Julv 27th (2 weeks); Sept. 21st (2 weeks). 

POLK— April 20th (2 weeks); Oct. 19th 
(2 weeks). 

RUTHERFORD— Feb. 3rd (2 weeks) Isl 
week, civil cases only; April 6th (2 weeks); 
.^ug. 24th (2 weeks) Isr week, civil cases 
only; Nov. 2nd (2 wcks). 

YANCEY— March 23rJ (2 weeks); June 
15th, civil cases only; Sept. 7th (2 weeks). 
Fifteenth Judicial District. 

BUNCOMBE— Feb. 3rd (3 weeks); March 
fth (4 weeks) 1st week civil cases only; 
.\pril 20th (2 weeks); May 2.3th (4 weeks) 
1st week, civil cases only; Aug. Srd (2 
.^eeks); Sept. 14th (6 weeks) 1st and 4th 
weeks, ci^al cases orly ; Nov. 16th (2 
weeks); Dec. 8th (2 weeks) 1st week, civil 
cases only. 

MADISON— Jan. 20th (2 weeks) 1st week, 
civil cases only ; Feb. 24th (2 weeks) ; May 
4th (2 weeks) 1st week, civil cases only; 
Aug. 17th (2 weeks) ; Nov. 2nd (2 weeks) 
3st week, civil cases onlv. 

TRANSYLVANIA— April 6th (2 weeks); 
4ug. 31st (2 weeks); Nov. 30th. 

Sixteenth Judicial District. 

CHEROKEE— March 3C+h (2 weeks); Aug. 
10th (2 weeks); Nov. 9t>. (2 weeks). 

CLAY— April 13th; Sept. 21st. 

GRAHAM— March 16th (2 weeks); Sept. 
7th (2 weeks). 

HAYWOOD— Jan. 27th (3 weeks); July 
i:jth (2 weeks); Sept. 2Sth (2 weeks). 

JACKSON— Feb. 17th (2 weeks), May 
ISth (2 weeks), 1st week civil casea only; 
Oct. 12th (2 weeks.) 

MACON— April 2Uth (2 weeks); Nov. 28rd 
(2 weeks). 

SWAIN— March 2nd ( weeks); Oct. Mth 
(2 weeks). 



12,274 

That's the sworn Average Daily Circulation of The News and 
Observer from January 1, 1907 to January 1, 1908. Several 
Thousand Greater than any other daily published anywhere in 
North Carolina. Advertisers Get Results. 



NORTH CAROLINA COURTS. 



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North Carolina Courts. 



THE SUPREME COURT OF 
NORTH CAROLINA. 

Waller Clark, of Wake, Chief Justice. 

Piatt D. Walker, of Mecklenburg, Asso- 
ciate Justice. 

Henry G. Connor, of Wilson, Associate 
Justice. 

William A. Hoke, of Lincoln, Associate 
Justice. 

George H. Brown, Jr., of Beaufort, Asso- 
ciate Justice. 

Thomas S. Kenan, of Raleigh, Clerk. 

J. L. Seawell. of Raleigh, Office Clerk. 

Robert H. Bradley, of Raleigh, Marshal 
/«n<K Librarian. 
[/Robert C. Strong, of Raleigh, Reporter. 

Tne Supreme Court meets on the first 
Monday of February and the fourth Monday 
o! August of each j'ear. The call of appeals 
from the Judicial Districts begins on Tues- 
day of each week during the term. 

Applicants for License to 
Practice La^ic. 

Each applicant must have attained the 
age of twenty-one years, and must have 
Ptudied 

Ewcll's Essentials, 3 volumes; 

Clark on Corporaticns; 

Schouler on Executors; 

Bispham's Equity; 

Clark's Code of Civil Procedure; 

Volume I Code of North Carolina; 

Constitution of North Carolina; 

Constitution of the United States; 

Creasy's English Constitution; 

Sharswood's Legal Ethics; 

Sheppard's Constitutional Text Book; 

Cooley's Principles of Constitutional 
Law. 

Eacli applicant must have read law two 
years at least. 

Examinations for license to practice law 
are held on the first Monday in February 
and the fourth Monday in August of each 
year. The examinations are in writing. 

Conditions Precedent to Examination: 
Before being allowed to stand an exami- 
nation each applicant must comply with 
the following conditions: 

I. He must be at the time twenty-one 
years of age, or will arrive at that age 
before the time for the next examination. 

H. He must file with the Clerk of the 
Court a certificate of good moral charac- 
ter signed by two attorneys who practice 
in that Court. An applicant from another 
State may have such certificate signed by 
any State officer of the State from which 
he comes. 

HI. He must deposit with the Clerk 
twenty-one dollars and fifty cents. Of 
this sum one dollar and fifty cents shall 
be retained by the Clerk. If the appli- 
cant obtains license the remaining twenty 
dollars shall be paid by the Clerk to 



the librarian for use of the Supreme Court 
library. If the applicant fails on exami- 
nation the twenty dollars shall be repaid 
him. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 

First Judicial Distrct. 

GEORGE W. WARD, Resident Judge, 
Elizabeth Citv. 

HALLETT S. WARD, Solicitor, Washing- 
ton. 

SPRING TERM— C. M. Cooke, Presiding 
Judge, Louisburg. 

FALL TERM— O. H. Guion, Presiding 
Judge, New Bern. 

Composed of the counties of Beaufort, Cur- 
rituck, Camden, Pasquotank, Perquimans, 
Chowan, Gates, Washington, Tyrrell, Hyde, 
Dare. 

Second Judicial District. 

ROBERT B. PEEBLES, Resident Judge, 

.JOHN H. KERR, Solicitor, Warrenton. 

SPRING TERM— 0. H. Allen, Presiding 
Judffe, Kinston. 

FALL TERM— C. M. Cooke, Presiding 
Judge, Louisburg. 

Composed of the counties of Halifax, 
Northnmpton. Warren, Bertie, Hertford. 
Third Judicial District. 

O. H. GUnON, Resident Judge, New 
Bern. 

CHAS. L. ABERNETHY, Solicitor, Beau- 
fort. 

SPRING TERM— W. R. Allen, Presiding 
Judge, Goldsboro. 

FALL TERM— 0. H. Allen, Presiding 
Judge, Kinston. 

Composed of the counties of Pitt, Craven, 
Greene. Carteret, Jones. Pamlico. 
I Fourth Judicial District. 

CHARLES M. COOKE, Resident -Tudge, 
I Louisburg. 

CHARLES C. DANIELS, Solicitor. Wilson. 
I SPRING TERM— C. C. Lyon, Presiding 
Judge. Elizabethtown. 

FALL TERM— W. R. Allen, Presiding 
I Judge, Goldsboro. 
...Composed of the counties of Franklin, 
\Viison. Vance. Edgecombe. Martin. Nash. 
Fifth Judicial District. 

OLIVER H. ALLEN, Resident Judge. Kin- 
ston. 

RODOLPH DUFFY, Solicitor, Catharine 
Lake. 

SPRING TERM— Walter H. Neal, Presid- 
ing: .Tuda:". Laurinburg. 

FALL TERM— C. C. Lyon, Presiding 
Judge, Elizabethtown. 

Composed of the counties of New Han- 
over, Dnjplin, Lenoir, Sampson, Pender, 
Onslow 

Sixth Judicial Distrct. 

WM. R. ALLEN, Resident Judge, Golds- 
boro. 

ARMISTEAD JONES, Solicitor. Raleigh. 



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NORTH CAROLINA COURTS. 



NORTH STATE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

Home Office, KINSTON, N. C. 

CAPITAIi PAID IN CASH $100,000,00 

All policies registered and iinsurijassed. Indemnity against AC- 
CEDEINT and ILLNESS at louost possible cost. 
J. W. GRiVINGEK. Pres. N J. ROUSE, Gen, Manager. J. J. 

ROGERS, Supt. of Agencies. J. M. PARROTT, Med. Director. 
W. B. BKOWX, Secretary. 



SPRING TERM— J. C. Biggs, Presiding 
Judge, Durham. 

FALL TERM— Walter U. Neal, Presiding 
Judge, Laurinburg. 

Composed of the counties of Wake, Wiiyne, 
Harnett, Johnston. 

Seventh Judicial District. 

C. C. LYON, Resident Judge, Whitev-ilie. 

N. A. SINCLAIR. Solicitor, Fayetteville. 

SPRING TERM— Benj. F. Long, Presiding 
Judge, Statesville. 

FALL TERM— J. C. Biggs, Presiding 
Judge, Durham. 

Composed of the counties if Cjlumbus, 
Cumberland, Roberson, Bladen, Bruns- 
wick. 

Eighth Judicial District. 

WALTER H. NEAL, Resident Judge, 
Laurinburg. 

L. D. ROBINSON, Solicitor. Wadesboro. 

SPRING TERM— E. B. Jones, Presiding 
.;udge, Winston-Salem. 

FALL TERM— B. F. Long, Presiding 
Judge, Statesv-ille. 

Composed of the Counties of Chatham, 
Moore, Scotland, Anson, Union, Richmond. 
Ninth Judicial District. 

J. CRAWFORD BIGGS, Resident Judge, 
Durham. 

AUBRY L. BROOKS, Solicitor, Greens- 
boro. 

SPRING TERM— Jas. L. Webb, Presiding 
Judge, Shelbv. 

FALL TERM— E. B. Jones, Presiding 
Judge, Winston. 

Composed of the counties of Durham, 
Guilford, Granville, Alamance, Orange, Per- 
son. 

Tenth Judicial District. 

BENJ. F. LONG, Resident, Judee, States- 
ville. 

WM. C. HAMilER. Solicitor. Asheboro. 

SPRING TERM— W. P. Council, Presid- 
intr Judge, Hickory. 

FALL TERM— Jas. L. Webb, Presiding 
Judge, Shelby. 

Composed of the counties of Montgomery, 
Tredell, Rowan, Davidson, Stanly, Randolph, 
Davie, Yadkin. 

Eleventh Judicial District. 

ERASTUS B. JONES. Resident Judge, 
Winston. 



S. P. GRAVES, Solicitor, Mt. Airy. 

SPRING TERM— M. il. Justice, Presiding 
Judge, Rutherfordton. 

FALL TERM— W. B. Council, Presiding 
Judge, Hickory. 

Composed of the counties of Forsyth, 
\MIkes, Rockingham. Alleghany, Caswell, 
Surry, Stokes. 

T^velfth Judicial District. 

JAMES L. WEBB, Resident Judge, Shelby. 

HEKIOT CLARKSON, Solicitor, Charlotte. 

SPRING TERM— Fred Moore, Presiding 
Judge, Asheville. 

FALL TERM— M. H. Justice, Presiding 
Judge, Rutherfordton. 

Composed of the counties of Mecklenburg, 
Clfveiand, Gaston, Lincoln, Cabarrus. 
Thirteenth Judicial District. 

W. B. COUNCIL, Resident Judge, Hick- 
ory. 

FRANK A LINNEY, Solicitor, Boone. 

SPRING TERM— G. F. Ferguson, Presid- 
ing Judge, Wavnesville. 

FALL TERM— Fred Moore, Presiding 
Judge, Asheville. 

Composed of the counties of Catawba, 
Alexander, Caldwell, Mitchell, Watauga, 
Ashe. 

Foiirteenth Judicial District. 

JI. H. JUSTICE, Resident Judge, Buth- 
erfordton. 

J. F. SPAINHOUR, Solicitor, Morganton 

SPRING TERM— Geo. W. Ward, Presid- 
ing Judge. Elizabeth City. 

FALL TERM— G. S. Perguson, Presiding 
.Judge, Wavnesville. 

Composed of the counties of Yancey, 
McDowell, Henderson, Rutherford, Polk, 
Burke. 

Fifteenth Judicial District. 

FREDERICK MOORE, Resident Judge. 
Asheville. 

MARK W. BROWN, Solicitor, Ash.ville. 

SPRING TERM— R. B Peebles, Presiding 
Judare, Jackson. 

FALL TERM— Geo. W. Ward, Presiding 
Judg;\ Elizabeth City. 

Composed of the counties of Buncombe,. 
Madison, Transylvania. 

Sixteenth Judicial District. 

GAHL.\ND F. FERGUSON, Resident 
Judge, Wayni'sville. 



NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS. 



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THAD. J>. BRYSON, Solicitor, Bryson 
City. 

SPRING TERM— 0. H. Guicn, Presiding 
Judge, New Bern. 

FALL TERM— R. B. Peebles, Presiding 
Judge, Jackson. 

Composed of the counties of Haywood, 
Jackson, Swain, Graham, Cherokee, Clay, 
Macon. 

UNITED STATES (FEDERAL) 
COURTS. 

The United States Circuit and District 

courts are held at the same times and 
places, with the same Judges and officers. 
EASTERN DISTRICT. 

THOMAS R. PURNELL, Judge, Raleigh. 

HARRY SKINNER. Distriot Attorney 
Ra!eigh. 

J. A. GILES, Assistant District Attorney 
Piltsbnrn. 

CLAUDIUS DOCKERY, Marshal, Raleigh. 

Raleigh Circuit and District — H. L. Grant, 
Clerk; George L. Tonnoffski. Deputy Cierk. 
—May 25th, (2); November 23rd, (3). 

>\'iimington Ciicuit and District — S. P. 
Collier, Clerk; J. K. Collier, Deputy 
Clerk— May 11th, (2); November 9th, (2) 

New Bern Circuit and District— George 



Green, Deputy Clerk, New Bern — April 
27th, (2); October 26th, (2). 

Elizabeth City Circuit and District — Sam'l 
M. Alexander, Deputy Clerk, Elizabeth City 
—April 13th; October 12th. 

Washington Circuit and District — H. L. 
Grant, Clerk— April 20th; October 19th. 

WESTERN DISTRICT. 
JAMES E. BOYD, Judge, Greensboro. 
^A. E. HOLTON, District Attorney, \Yin- 

ston. 

AUGUSTUS PRICE, Assistant District At- 
tciiioy, Salisbury. 

J. M. MILLIKAN, Marshal, Greensboro. 

Greensboro Circuit and District Court — 
Samuel L. Trogden, Clerk, Greensboro. — 
April 6th, (2); October 5th, (2). 

Statesville Circuit and- District Court — 
Henry C. Ccwles, Clerk, Statesville. — April 
20th, (2); October 19ih, (2). 

Asheville Circuit and District Court — 
W. S. Hyams, Clerk, Asheville — May 4th, 
(2); November 2nd, (3). 

Ciiarlotte Circuit and District Court — 
Henry C. Cowles, Clerk, Statesville — June 
1st: December 7th, (2). 

Wilkesboro Circuit and District Court — 
Milton McNeill, Wilkesboro, Clerk. — May 
25th; November 23rd. 



North Carolina Railroads. 



Atlantic Coast Line Systexa. 

Chairman Board of Directors — H. Walters, 

Niw York. 

President — T. M. Emerson, Wilmington. 

Vice-Presidents — Alexander Hamilton, Pe- 
tersburg, Va. ; C. S. Gadsden, Charleston, S. 
C. ; J. R. Kenl}-, Wilmington, N. C. 

Secretary — H. L. Borden, New York. 

Treasurer — James F. Post, Wilmington. 

Comptroller — H. C. Prince, Wilmington. 

General Manager — W. N. Royall, Wil- 
mington. 

Freight Claim Agent— A. C. Kenly, Wil- 
mington. 

Passenger Traffic Manager— W. J. Craig, 
Wilmington. 

Freight Traffic Manager— R. A. Brand, 
Wilmington. 

Southern Railway System. 

President — W. W. Finlev, Washington, 
D. C. 

First Vice President — A. B. Andrews, 
Raleigh. 

Assistant to First Vice-President — H. W. 
Miller, Raleigh. 

Vice-Presidents — John J1. Gulp, Washing- 
ton, D. C; Thomas O. Powell, St. Louis, 
I Mo.; Henry B. Spencer, Washington, D. C. ; 
Fairfax Harrison, Washington, D. C. 

Vice-President and General Manager — 
Charles H. Ackert. 

General Counsel— Francis L. Stetson, 
New York. 

General Solicitor — W. A. Henderson, 
Washington, D. O. 

General Counsel — Alfred P. Thorn, Wash- 



ington, D. C. ; \. P. riumphrov, Louisville, 

Secretary— R. D. Lankford, New York. 

Treasurer — H. C. Ansley, Washington, 
D. C. 

Comptroller— A. H. Plant, Washington, 
D. C. 

Auditor — E.' H. Kemper, Washington, 
D. C. 

Freight Traffic Manager — L. Green, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Assistant Freight Ti-affic Manager — G. L. 
Browdcr, .Vtlanta. Ga. 

Division Freight Agent— G. G. Thompson, 
Greensboro. 

Freight Claim Agent — J. J. Hooper, 
] Washington, D. C. 

Passenger Traffic Manager — S. H. Hard- 
wick, Washington, D. C. 

Oejieral Passenger Agent — W. H. Tayloe, 
M'ashington, D. C. . 

Purchasing Agent — A. Gordon Jones, 
\\':i-hington, D. C. 

Seaboard Air Line System. 

President— W. A. Garrett, Norfolk, Va. 

Vice-President — L. Sevier, New York, 
^. Y. 

Secretary — D. C. Porteous. New York, 
N. Y. 

Treasurer and Assistant Secretary— R. L. 
Nntt, Portsmouth, Va. 

Comptroller— T. W. Roby, Portsmouth, Va. 

General Superintendent— C. H. Hix, 
Portsmouth, Va. 

General Counsel— L. R. Watts, Ports- 
mouth, Va. 



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NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS. 



FOURTH NATIONAL BANK 

FaYETTEVILLE, n. c. 

H. W. LiFLLY, President. JNO. O. ELLINGTON, Vice-President 
and Cashier, j. H.HTGHTOA\"ER, Assistant Cashier. 

CAPITAL and SURPLUS $150,000.00 

AVe make a specialty of handling,' North Carolina items direct 
at reasonable rates. We have just eomiileted and now occupy tlie 
most modern banliinj; rooms in tlie State. 



Superintendent First Di\dsion — J. H. Witt, 
Richmond, Va. 

SupLi-intendent Second Division — J. M. 
Slita, Raleigh, N. C. 

Superintendent Third Division — W. A. 
Gore, Abbeville, S. C. 

Superintendent Fifth Division — H. B. 
Grimshaw, Aniericus, Ga. 

Superintendent Sixth Division — W. J. 
Jenks, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Assistant General Passenger Agent — W. 
E. Christian, Atlanta, Ga. 

General Freight Agent— C. R. Capps, 
Portsmouth, Va. 

General Passenger Agent — C. B. Rvan, 
Portsmouth, Va. 

General Claim Agjnt— W. L. Stanly, 
Portsmouth, Va. 
Aberdeen & Asheboro Railway. 

President and Traffic Manager — Henry A. 
Page, Aberdeen. 

General Manager— J. R. Page, Biscoe. 

Auditor — Frank Page, Biscoe. 

Secretary and Treasurer— Mary E. Page, 
Abeidecn. 

Aberdeen and Rock Fish Rail- 
road Company. 

President and General Manager — John 
Blue, Aberdeen. 

Secretary and Treasurer — W. A. Blue, 
Aberdeen. 

Auditor— J. W. Phillips, Aberdeen. 

General Superintendent — C. N. Blue, 
Aberdeen. 

Durham and soutliem Rail- 
w^ay Company. 

President — B. N. Duke, New York. 
Vice-President — J. E. Stagg, Durham. 
Superintendent — W. Hale, Durham. 
General Freight and Passenger Agent — S. 
H. Reams, Dmham. 
General Counsel — F. L. Fuller, New York. 

CaldAvell and Nortliern Rail- 
Avay Company. 

President — Wm. A. Barber, Chester, S. C. 
Treasurer— F. Wolfe, Chester, S. C. 
General Manager — L. T. Nichols, Chester, 
S. C. 



Auditor— F. B. Clements, Ch. ?ter, S. C. 
Carolina and Northw^estern 

Rail-oray. 

President— W. A. Barber, Chester, S. C. 
Auditor— F. B. Clements, Chester, S. C. 
General Manager— L. T. Nichols, Chester, 
S. C. 

Randolph & Cumberland Rail- 
road Company. 

President — I. A. McCormick, Carthage. 
Treasurer — B. M. Fellows, New York. 
Superintendent— J. A. Robertson, Car- 
tliaw. 

Cashie and Cho'nran Railroad. 

President and General Manager— J. T. 
Deal, Norfolk, Va. 

Treasurer — J. C. Johnson, Norfolk, Va. 
■ & '',;v e'itgTn Railxray. 

President — A. B. Andrews, Raleigh. 

Secretary — H. W. Miller, Raleigh. 

Supeiintendent^Theo. Parker, Danville, 
Vn. 

Durham and Charlotte Rail- 
road Company. 

President — J. B. Lennig, Bridesburg, Pa. 

Auditor — John H. Kennedy, Gulf. 

Superintendent and Traffic Manager — F. 
D. Jones, Gulf. 

£ast Carolina Rail^tray Com- 
pany. 

President and Treasurer — Henry Clark 
r.ridgers, Tarboro. 

Auditor — W. Rutland, Tarboro. 

Freight Claim Agent— -Haywood Foxhall, 
Tarboro. 

East Tennessee and Western 

North Carolina Railroad. 

President — F. P. Howe, Johnson City, 
Ttnn. 

Secretary and Treasurer — ^J. S. Wise, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

(.eueral Superintendent — Geo. VV. Hardin, 
lobnson City, Tenn. 

New Hanover Transit Com- 
pany. 

President — H. C. Mci^ueen, Wilmington. 

S cntary and Treasurer — J. C. Stevenson, 
Wilmington. 



NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS. 



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RALEIGH SAVINGS BANK, - Raleigh, N. C. 

JOHN T. PULLEN, President. CHARLES ROOT, Cashier, 

DEPOSITS OVER $700,000.00 

SURPLUS • 55,000.00 

Four per cent paid on deposits. Write for further information. 



General Manager — J. W. Harper, Wil- 
mington. 

NoTtliainpton and Hertford 
Railroad. 

President and Treasurer — Charles T 
Westcott, Baltimore, Md. 
Secretary- — J. G. VVescott, Baltimore, 

i:c 

Auditor and General Freight Agent — J. F. 
Pennewell, Gumberry. 

Norfolk and Southern Rail- 
road Company. 

President — Frank S. Gannon, 621 Broad- 
way, N. Y. 

Ceneral Freight and Passenger Agent — H 
C Hudsrins. Norfolk. Va. 

Auditor— W. L. Bird, Norfolk, Va. 

Assistant General Superintendent — R. P. 
I'd^ter. Raleiah. 

Land and Industrial Agent — Fred. L. Mer- 
ritt. Norfolk, Va. 

Norfolk and Western Railxvay 
Company. 

Chairm«n of Board — Henry Finck, New 
York, N. Y. 

President — L. E. Jchnson, Koanoke, Va. 

Comptroller — Joseph W. Coxe, Roanoke, 
Va. 

Gcn'^ral Superintendent — A. C. Needles, 
Roanoke, Va. 

Division Superintendent — V. A. Riton, 
Crewe. Va. 

Traffic Manager— T. S. Davant, Roanoke, 
Va. 

General Freight Agent— J. R. RufSn. 
Roanoke, Va. 

General Passenger Agent — W. B. Bevill, 
Roanoke, Va. 

General Manager — N. D. Maher, Roanoke, 
Va 

Raleigh and Southport Railway 
Company. 

President and General Manager — J. A. 
Mills, Raleigh. 

Vice-President — F. J. Lisman, New York. 

Secretary and Treasurer— F. T. Ricks, 
Raleigh. 

Attorney — R. N. Simms, Raleigh. 



Kaleigh and Western Railway 
Company. 

President and General Manager — Samuel 
A. Henzy, New York, N. Y. 

Red Springs and Bowmore 
Railroad. 

President, Secretary and Treasurer — W. P. 
Williams, Red Springs. 

Wellington and Poxirellsville 
Railroad Company. 

President and Treasurer— Horton Corwin, 
Jr. . Edenton. 

Superintendent — H. T. Walters, Ahoskie. 

General Freight and Passenger Agent — 
J. J. Harrison, Windsor. 

W^arrenton Railroad. 

President and General Manager — W. B. 
Povd, Warrenton. 

Secretary and Treasurer— J. M. Gardner, 
Warrenton. 

Superintendent — B. P. Terrell, Warrenton. 
Consolidated Railways. Light 
and Power Company. 

President — Hugh MacRae. Wilmington, 

N. C. 

Vice-President — M. F. H. Gouverneur, Wil- 
mington, N. C. 

Treasurer — R. J. Jones, Wilmington, N. O. 

Secretary — H. Woollcott, Wilmington, 
N. C. 

General Manager — A. B. Skeldinj;, Wil- 
mington, N. C. 

Offiicers N. C. R. R. 

President — Hugh G. Chatham, Elkin. 

Secretary and Treasurer — A. H. Eller, 
Burlington. 

Attorney — R. A. Doughton, Sparta. 
Atlantic and Western R. R. 

President and General Manager — J. H. 
Winder, Dante, Va. 

Superintendent and Auditor — H. P. Ed- 
wards, Sanford. 

A. & N. C. Railroad. 

President — J. W. Grainger, Kinston. 
Secretary and Treasurer — D. J. Broadhurst, 
Goldsboro. 
Attorney — P. M. Pearsall, New Bern. 



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SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



Societies and Organizations. 



N. C. Division United Confed- 
erate Veterans. 

Major General Conimanrler — General Ju- 
lian S. Carr, Durham. 

Adjutant General and Chief of Staff— Col. 
H. A. London, Pittsboro. 

Inspector General — Lieutenant Colonel 
W. H. Gregory, States\'ille. 

Assistant Inspector General — Lieutenant 
Colonel James A. Bryan, New Bern. 

Quartermaster General — Lieutenant Colo- 
nel T. L. Emry, Weldon. 

Judge Advocate General — Lieutenant Col- 
onel C. B. Watson, Winston. 

Commissary General — Lieutenant Colonel 
P. H. Hanes, Winston. 

Surgeon General — Lieutenant Colonel W. 
D. McMi.lan, Wilmington. 

Chaplain General — Lieut. Col. A. D. Betts. 
Raleigh. 

Chief of Artillery — Lieutenant Colonel J. 
B. Slarr, Fayetteville. 

Chief of Ordnance — Lieutenant Colonel 
J. M. Wall, Wadesboro. 

Assistant Adjutant General — Major R. 0. 
Barker, Salisbury. 

Assistant Quartermaster General — Major 
Jacob S. Allpn, Raleigh. 

Assistant Judge Advocate General — Major 
A. W. Graham, Oxford. 

Assistant Commissary General — Major 
Ashley Home, Claj'ton. 

Aides — Majors F. H. Busbee, Raleigh; A. 
H. Boyden, Salisburj'; J. A. Long, I?ox- 
bcro; W. P. Wood, Asheboro; S. H. Smith, 
Winston; G. S. Ferguson, WajTiesville ; R. 
P. Paddison, Point Caswell; George H. 
Hall, Red Springs; Thomas W. Harrington, 
CarthagLS C. M. Parks, Tarboro; J. J. Wol- 
venden. New Bern; J. F. Reinhardt, Lin- 
colnton. 

Color Bearer — Major J. H. Currie, Fay- 
etteville. 

Chief of Scouts — Maj. J. S. Harris, of 
Charlotte. 

Bugler — Captain J. H. Parker, Smith- 
field. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Brigadier General Commanding — General 
P. C. Carleton, Statesville. 

No. Camp. Town. 

162 Catawba Hickory 

212 Cabarrus County Concord 

319 Col. Chas. F. Fisher Salisbury 

.394 Reuben Campbell Statesville 

4.36 Norfleet Winston 

795 Guilford County Greensboro 

797 Surry County Mt. Airy 

952 Col. Jno. T. Jones Lenoir 

1155 Confederate Veteran Elrod 

11S4 Wm. Gambel Gastonia 

1462 Scales-Boyd Reidsville 

1535 Organ Church Salisbury 

1552 Morganton Morganton 

1596 W. J. Hoke Lincolnton 



SECOND BRIGADE. 
Brigadier General Commanding — General 
W. L. London, Pittsboro. 

No. Camp. Town. 

326 Julius Daniel Littleton 

382 Mecklenburg Charlotte 

3S7 Lconidas J. Merritt Pittsboro 

486 Ruffin Burlington 

515 L. O. B. Branch Raleigh 

781 Walkup Monroe 

818 Robt. F. Webb Durham 

830 Richmond County .. ..Rockingham 

833 Walter H. Moore Smithfield 

846 Anson Wadesboro 

984 Henry L. Wyatt Henderson 

1084 Jno. WWte Wan-enton 

1206 Jones Roxboro 

1277 Morris T. Smith Oxford 

1278 Oscar R. Rand Holly Springs 

1320 W. P. Martin Southern Pines 

1369 Stanley Albemarle 

1398 Jno. Manning Eoirham 

1412 Nash Count}- Rocky Mount 

1527 Jos. J. Davis Louisburg 

1576 Scotland Laurinburg 

1595 Mt. Zion Mecklenburg 

1646 Randolph Asheboro 

THIRD BKIGADE. 
Brigadier General Commanding — General 

Jas. I. Metts, Wilmington. 

No. Camp. Town. 

137 Sampson Clinton 

254 Cape Fear Wilmington 

417 Ryan Red Springs 

424 Bryan Grimes Washington 

794 Thos. Ruffin Goldsboro 

845 Jno. C. Lambe Williamston 

849 Drj'sdale Snow Hiil 

1053 Cary Whittaker Enfield 

1057 Jas. W. Cook Beaufort 

1162 New Bern New Bern 

1199 Fairbluff Fairblufl 

1241 R. F. Hoke Lumberton 

1245 Gates Co Wilevton 

1248 Henry L. Wyatt Bayboro 

1264 Jesse S. Barnes Wilson 

'275 Bill Johnson Weldon 

1302 Alfred Roland Roland 

1364 Confederate Veteran Alberton 

1304 Henrv M. Shaw Currituck 

1490 W. j. Houston Pearsall 

1.533 Tarboro Tarboro 

1563 David Williams Burgaw 

1574 Buck Kitchin Scotland Neck 

1578 J. I. Metis Whiteville 

1590 W. F. Martin Elizabeth City 

1.592 Gen. P. Roberts Belhaven 

16.35 Matt Ransom Elm City 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 
Briaguier Gneral Commanding — General 

Jas. M. Ray. 

No. Camp. Town. 

301 Andrew Coleman Bryson City 

681 Zebulon Vance Asheville 

848 Pink Welsh Waynesville 

924 Confederate Veteran Tryon 

947 Clias. S. Roberson Franklin 



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953 Transylvania Co Brevard 

954 Jas. R. Love Webster | 

956 Confederate Veteran Murphy! 

1021 Watt Brvson Hendersonville ' 

1045 Cleveland Shelby 

1134 Gen. i^ender Burnsville 

1156 Davis Lee Dickinson . .Rutherfordton 

1268 Clierokee Indians Cherokee 

1273 Boone Boone 

1621 David Coleman. Painter 

United Sons Confederate 
Veterans. 

Commander— Edwin R. McKethan, Fay- 
etteville. 

Adjutant— J. A. McArthur, Fayetteville, 
N. C. 

Department Chaplain— Rev. Watson Fair- 
ley, Fayetteville, N. C. 

Department Inspector — J. G. Hollings- 
worth, Fayetteville. 

Camp No. 5— George Davis. Wilmington. 

Camp No. 15— Johnston Pettigrew, Ashe- 
ville. 

Camp No. 17— Henry Wyatt, Winston. 

Camp No. 23— Stonewall Jackson, Char- 
lotte. 

Cam]) No. "0— William Shipp, Hender- 
sonville. 

Camp No. 142— Singletary Pettigrew, 
Washington. 

Camp No. 166— Harry Burtrw^n. Raleigh. 
i Camp No. 168— Hector McKethan, Fay- 
! etteville. 
! Camp No. 171— Joe Cash, Oxford. 

Camp No. 180— Shoo-ga-see-le-tah. Cliero- 
kee. 

Camp No. 216 — Alf Rowland, Rowland. 

Camp No. 229— Cabarrus County, Con- 
cord. 

United Daughters of tlie Con- 
federacy. 

Honorary Presidents— Mrs. W. M. Parsley, 
Wilmington; Mrs. Stonewall Jackson, Char- 
lotte; Mrs. James M. Tiernan, Salisbury; 
Mrs. E. E. Moffitt, Raleigh. 

Honorary Vice-Presidents — Mrs. T. J. 
Jarvis, Greenville; Mrs. Rufus Barringer, 
Charlotte. 

President — Mrs. I. W. Faison, Charlotte. 

Recording Secretary — Mrs. F. M. Wil- 
liams, Newton. i 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. Gordon j 
Finger, Charlotte. 

First Vice-President — ilrs. R. F. Dalton, 
Greensboro. 

Second Vice-President — Mrs. Martin Wil- ] 
lard, Wilnii!)gton. I 

Third Vice-President— Mrs. G. Phifer Er- 
win, Morganton. 

Historian — Miss Rebecca Cameron, Hills- 
boro. 

Asst. Historian — Mrs. W. 0. Shannon, 
Henderson. 

Trea.surer — Miss Alice Nelson, Greensboro. 

Registrar — Mrs. Loo D. Heartt, Raleigh. 

Recorder of Crosses — Mrs. William H. 
Overman, Salisbury. 

Chaplain — Mrs. James Eenan, Wallace. 



North Carolina Society of Colon- 
ial Dames of America. 

President — Mrs. James Sprunt, Wilming- 
ton. 

A'ice-Presidcnts — Miss Caroline G. Meares, 
Wilmington: Mrs. Gilmer Brenizer, Wash- 
ington, D. C. ; Mrs. M. A. Bland, Charlotte. 

Honorary President — Mrs. Gaston Meares, 
Wilmington. 

Honorary Vice-Presidents — Mrs. Virginia 
G. Empie", Wilmington; Mrs. John Wilder 
Atkinson, Wilmington. 

Recording Secretary— Mrs. E. L. Hollo- 
way, Wilmington. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. W. N. 
MaiTis, Wilmington 

Treasurer— Mrs. E. P. Bailey, Wilming- 
ton. 

Registrar — Mrs. William Latimer, 126 
South Third Street, W^ilmington. 

Historian— Mrs Robert Strange, Wilming- 
ton. 

Board of Managers— Mrs. George Tliomas, 
Airs. George W. Kidder, Mrs. J. Hal Boat- 
WTight, Mrs. H. B. Short, Mrs. H. C. 
Prince, Mrs. Wm. Calder, Mrs. Clayton 
Giles, Jlrs. E. L. Prince, Mrs. A. M. Wad- 
dell, Mrs. M. F. H. Gouveneur, Wilming- 
ton. 



Grand Army of the Republic. 

DEPARTAIENT Va. and N. C, G. A. R 

Department Commander — \. A. Hager, 
National Soldiers' Home, Va. 

Assistant .\djutant-(;eneral — .John G. 
Sprague, National Soldiers' Home, Va. 

Wilmington— J. C. Abbott Post, A. Bat- 
son, Commander. 

New Bern — J. C. Beecher Post, Issao 
Powell, Commander. 

Washington — Flusser Post, Columbus 
Lawsun. Commander. 

Hendersonville — Phil Sheridan Post, J. 
H. Hines, Commander. 

Marshall — George W. Gahagan Post, S. M. 
Da\is. C; mmiinder. 

Charlotte— Hartranft Port, R. W. Smith, 
Commander. 

Tyner— Jas. S. McLane Post, J. S. Chap- 
pell, Commavider. 

Plymouth— General Terry Post, Samuel 
Wiggins, Commander. 

Eli/riheth City — I'^letdicr Post, Francis 
Turner, Commander. 

Scotland Ne(k, Jos. G. Fulton Post, W. 
E. Jones. Commander. 

N. C. Press Association. 

.\rchibald Jolni?on, President, Charity 
and Children, Thomasville. 

Vice-Presidents — J. A. Thomas, Louisburg 
Tim' s, Louisburg; W. J. Jordan, Snow Hill 
Standard. Snow Hill; A. S. Careon, Alle- 
ghany Star, Sparta. 

Secretary and Treasurer — J. B. Sherrill, 



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Concord Times, Concord. 

Historian— T. G. Cobb, Morganton Her- 
ald, Moiganton. 

Orator— J. H. Caine, Asheville Citizen, 
Asheville. 

Poet— J. A. Robinson, Durham Sun, Dur- 
ham. 

Executive Committee — Archibald John- 
son, (chm.). Charity and Chil- 
dren, Thomasville; J. B. Sherrill, 
(Sec), Concord Times; H. A. London, 
Pittsboro Record; W. C. Dowd, Charlotte 
News; R. M. Phillips, New Bern Sun; 
Josephus Daniels, Raleigh News and Ob- 
server; D. T. Edwards, Kinston Free Press. 

Medical Society of Nortli Car- 
olina. 

Annual meeting at Morehead City, N. C, 
June 11, 12 and 13, 1908. 
President— S. D. Booth, Oxford. 
First Vice-President— C. M. Strong, Char- 
lotte. 

Second Vice-President — ^J. E. McLaughlin, 
Statesville. 

Third Vice-President- W. G. Hargrove, 
Kinston. 

Secretary-- D. A. Stanton, High Point. 
Treasurer — H. McKee Tucker, Raleigh. 
Council — First District, Dr. Oscar Mc- 
Mullan, Elizabeth City; Second District, 
Dr. James M. PaiTo.c, Kinston; Third Dis- 
trict, Dr. Frank H. Russell, Wilmington; 
Fourth District, Dr. Albert Anderson, Wil- 
son; Fifth District, Dr. Jacob F. High- 
smith, Fayetteville ; Sixth District, Dr. 
Hubert A. Royster, Raleigh (SecretarjO ; 
Seventh District, Dr. Edward C. Register, 
Cliarlotte (President) ; Eighth District, Dr. 
J. B. Smith, Pilot Mountain; Ninth Dis- 
trict, Dr. Thos. E. Anderson, Statesville; 
Tenth District, Dr. James A. Burroughs, 
Asheville. 

Orator — L. B. McBra-er, Asheville. 
Essayist — E. T. Dickenson, Wilson. 
Leader of Debate— C. W. Moseley, North 
Wilkesboro. 

Committee on Public Policv and Legisla- 
tion— R. H. Lewis, Raleigh; David T. Tay- 
loe, Washington; J. E. Brooks. Greensboro; 
(Ex-Olficio) Sam, D. Booth, Oxford; D. A. 
Stanton, High Point. 

Committee on Publication: D. A. Stanton. 
High Point, (ex-officio) ; T. M. Jordan, Ral- 
eigh; Wm. A. Graham, Durham. 

Committee on Scientific Work— Wm. DeB. 
MacNidtr, Chapel Hill; H. S. Munroe, Oiar- 
lotte; (ex-officio) D. A. Stanton, High 
Point. 

Committee on Finance — J. T. J. Battle, 
Greensboro; Frank Duffy, New Bern; J. H. 
Marsh. Fayetteville. 

Committee on Obituaries — R. D. Jewett, 
Winston; A. S. Pendleton, Henderson; F. 
H. Holmes, Clinton. 

N. C. Section of American 

Chemical Society. 

President— W. II. Pegram, Trinity Col- 
lege, Durham. 



Vice-President— Dr. J. E. Mills, Chapel 
Hill. 

Secretary-Treasurer- Dr. R. 0. E. Davis, 
Chapel Hill. 

Reporters— W. A. Sj'me, West Raleigh; 
J. M. Pickel, Raleigh. 

Representative in Council of the Ameri- 
can Chemical Society— C. H. Herty, Chapel 
Hill. 

Royal Arcannm. 

Grand Rtgent— S. M. Brmson, New Bern. 

•^rand Secretary— J. Howell Way, Way- 
nesville. 

Annual session of 1908 to be held in 
Winston-Salem second Wednesday of April. 

Pharmaceutical Association. 

President — C. R .Thom.as, Thomasville. 

First Vice-President— J. E. Shell. 

Second Vice-President— T. Y. Watson, 
Southport. 

Third Vice-President— W. H. Justus, 
ITendersonville. 

Treasurer — G. K. Granthum, Dunn. 

Secretary — P. W. Vaughan, Durham. 

Executive Committee— T. R. Hood, 
(chm.). Smithfield; F. S. Smith, Smith- 
field; H. T. Hicks, Raleigh; C. E. King, 
Durham; P. W. Vaughn, ex-officio, Dur- 
ham 

Local Secretary — D. R Davis, New Bern. 

Next meeting, Morehead Ci*y, July 8-9-10. 

N. C. Board of Pharmacy. 

President — E. V. Zfjeller, Tarboro. 

Secretary and Treasurer — F. W. Hancock, 
Oxford. 

C. D. Bradham, New Bern. 

W. W. Home, Favette\-ille. 

C. B. Miller, Goldsboro. 

Attorney— B. S. Royster, Oxford. 

Next meeting of the Board for the ex- 
amination of candidates will be held at the 
Atlantic Hotel, Morehead City, Tuesday, 
July 6, 1908. 

North Carolina Dental Society 

President— Dr. D. L. James, Greenville. 

First Vice-President— Dr. C. A. White- 
head, Tarboro. 

Second Vice-President— Dr. H. D. Harper, 
Kinston. 

Secretary— Dr. C. A. Thompson, Wilson. 

Treasurer— Dr. R. M. Morrow. Burlington. 

Essayist- Dr. J. H. Dreher, Wilmington. 

Executive Committe— Dr. D. E. Everett, 
Raleigh; Dr. J. N. Johnson, Goldsboro; 
Dr. J. W. Carlton, Spencer. 

Committee on Ethics— Dr. R. L. Carr, 
(chm.), Greenville; Dr. Geo. B. Patterson, 
Fayetteville; Dr. R. E. Ware, Shelby. 

Prosecuting Committee — Dr. J. M. Flem- 
ing, Raleigh. 

Supervisor of Clinics— Dr. I. W. Jamei- 
son, Charlotte. 

Examining Board— Dr. V. E. Turner, 
(pres.), Raleigh; Dr. R. H. Jones, (sec), 
Winston; Dr. S. P. Hilliard. Rocky Mount; 
Dr. F. S. Harris, Henderson; Dr. C. A. 



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The Great State Fair! 

Annual Reunion 
of the People 

HELD AT RALEIGH IN OCTOBER 

Now Holds tlie Recoid ot ttie South in Exhibits and Attendance. 

Greater Midway Attractions 

Than Ever 

All gambling and questionajjle shows forbidden. Many new im- 
provements and PREMIUMS GREATLY INCREASED. 
Help us make it greater stiU. 

Advance field crop premium list sent to farmers in March, 
Address the Secretary. 

JOSEPH E. POGUE, Secretary. 

CLAUDE B. DENSON, Treasurer. 

J. H. CURRIE, President. 

Bland, Oiarlotte; I>r. K. J. Tucker, Rox- lake, Wake Forest; E. T. Cansler, Char- 



boro. 



N. C. State Bar Association. 

President — Charles A. Moore, Asheville. 

Vice-Presidents — First District, L. L. 
Smith, Gatesville; Second District, Walter 
E. Daniel, Weldon; Third District, A. D. 
Ward, New Bern; Fourth District, T. W. 
Bickctt, Louisburg:; Fifth District, John D. 
Bellamy, Wilmington; Sixth District, W. C. 
Munroe, Goldsboro; Seventh District, Ste- 
phen Mclntyre, Lumberton; Eighth District, 
E. H. Gibson, Laurinburg; Ninth District, 
R. R. King, Greensboro: Tenth District, E. 
E. Raper, Lexington; Eleventh District, 
Lindsay Patterson, Winston; Twelfth Dis- 
trict, A. L. Buhvinkle, Dallas; Thirteenth 
District, W. W. Barber, Wilkesboro; Four- 
teenth District, Charles French Toms, Hen- 
dersonville; Fifteenth District, W. E. 
Breese, Brevard; Sixteerth District, Walter 
E. Moore, Webster. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Thomas W. Davis, 
Wilmington. 

Executive Committee — E. W. Timber- 



lotte; T. B. Woniack, Raleigh; V. S. Bry- 
ant, Durham; Julius C. Martin, Asheville; 
T. T. Hicks, Oxford; Charles A. Moore, 
Asheville; Thomas W. Davis, WiImin§:ton. 

The North. Carolina Bankers 
Association. 

President— Wni. T. Oil, Elizabeth City. 

Vice-Presidents — H. VV. Jackson, Raleigh; 
G. W. Maslin, Waynesville; John O. Elling- 
ton, Fayetteville. 

Secretary and Treasurer — William A. 
Hunt, Henderson. 

Executive Committee — John F. Wily, 
Durham; W. C. Wilkinson, Cliarlotte; 
Leake S. Covington, Rockingham; Geo. A. 
Holderness, Tarboro; John P. Bruton, Wil- 
son; Alex. Chatham, .Tr., Elkin; J. H. 
Bcall, Lenoir. 

N. C. Teachers Assembly. 

President— J. A. Matlieson, Greensboro. 

First Vice-President— T. R. Foust, Greens- 
boro. 

Secretary and Treasurer— R. D. W. Con- 
nor, Raleigh. 



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SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



WILLIAM DUNN, C. D. BKADHAM, 

President. Vice-President. 



T. A. UZZELL, 

Cashier. 



The Peoples Bank 



New Bern, ^^. C. 



CAPITAL, ^50,000,00 

YOUR BANIiING BUSINESS SOLICITED, INTEREST PAID 
ON TiaiE AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS, 



Association of Academies. 

President — Robert Bingham, Bingham 
School, Asheville. 

Secretary and Treasurer— J. A. Bivens, 
City Public Schools, Monroe. 

N. C. Library Association. 

President— Mrs. A. S. Ross, Charlotte. 

First Vice-President — Mrs. Solomon Weil, 
Goldsboro. 

Second Vice-President — Miss A. F. Petty, 
Greensboro. 

Secretarj- — L. R. Wilson, Cliapel Hill. 

Treasurer — J. F. Wilkes, Charlotte. 

State Literary and Historical 
Association. 

President — R. Bingham, Ashe\'ille. 

First Vice-President — E. C. Brooks, EVur- 
ham. 

Second Vice-President — Richard Dillard, 
I.denton. 

Third Vice-President— Miss Mary Hilliard 
Binton, Raleigh. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Clarence H. Poe, 
Raleigh. 

Executive Committee — D. H. Hill, Chair- 
man; C. Alphonso Smith, J. Bryan Grimes, 
W. J. Peele. Edwin Mims. 

The N. C. Poultry Association. 

President— A. E. T.ate. Hie-b Point. 

Vice-Presidents — S. L. Trogden, Greens- 
boro; .J. W. L. Tliompson, Burlington; E. 
G. Wardin, Charlotte. 

Secretarj — J. S. Jeffrej% West Raleigh. 

Treasurer — S. L. Trogden, Greensboro. 

Superintendent — I. E. Doggett, Hender- 



State Horticultural Society. 

Presi.lent — J. Van Lindlev, Pomona. 
Vice-Pre^irlent— 0. W. Blacknall, Kittrell. 



I Secretary — T. K. Bruner, Raleigh. 

Treasurer— F. C. Reimer, West Raleigh. 

District Vice-Presidents — Geo. N. Ives, 
New Bern; Wm. H. Cole, Waynesville; 
Moses II. Cone, Blowing Rock. 

Executive Committee — The President and 
Secretary Ex-Officio, Moses H. Cone, Blow- 
ing Rock; M. Foley, Aberdeen; J. A. 
Brown, Chadbourn; Aldert S. Root, Ral- 
eigh. 

N. C. Farmers' State Alliance. 

President — J. E. Peterson, Goldsboro. 

Vice-President— ^J. A. McAllister, Lumber- 
ton. 

S cretarj^-Treasurer — Geo. F. PaiTott, 
Hillsboro. 

Lecturer — H. M. Cates, Swepsonville. 

Chaplain— G. W. P. Cates, Mebane, No. 2. 

Steward— J. C. Bain, Wade. 

Door-Keeper — George T. Lane, Greens- 
boro. 

Sergeant-at-Arms — R. H. Lane, Aurora. 

State Business Agent — Geo. F. Parrott, 
Hillsboro. 

Trustee B. A. Fund— W. A. Graham, 
Machpelah. 

Executive Committee — J. W. Denmark, 
(tl:n).), Raleigh; .Tno. Graham, War- 
riTiton; Dr. R. II. Speight. Whitakers; T. J. 
Oldham, Mebane, R. F. D. 2; W. B. Flem- 
ing, Ridgeway. 

N. C. Architectural Association, 

President— Chas. C. Hook, Charlotte. 
Vice-President— Chas. W. Barrett, Ral- 
eigh. 
j Secretary-Treasurer — Franklin Gordon, 

Charlotte. 
I Board of Directors— Chas. McMillen, Wil- 
' mington; C. E. Hartge, Raleigh; Chas. C. 
I Hook, Charlotte; Chas. W. Barrett, Ral- 
I eigh; Franklin Gordon, Charlotte. 



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43 



T. B. CKOWDEK. President 
W. B. GRIMES, Vice-President 
W. W. VASS, Cashier 




Wake County 
Savings Bank 



Interest 

0.1 Yjur Deposit, 

Compounded Semi-Annually. 



No. 16 

West 

Martin 

Street, 

Kaleigh. 



Funeral Directors and £ni- 
balmers. 

President — D. W. Hardie, Henderson. 

First Vice-President— W. E. Yopp, Wil- 
mington. 

Second Vice-President— Geo. W. Wright, 
Salisbury. 

Third Vice-President— C. E. Stanley, 
Goldsboro. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Fab P. Brown, Ral- 
eigh. 

Next session vdW be held at Wilmington, 
June, 1908. 

State Firemen's Association. 

President — Jamea D. McNeill, Fayette- 
ville. 

tirst Vice-President— A. H. Boyden, Sal- 
isbury. 

Second Vice-President — J. Frank Maddry, 
Durham. 

Statistician — W. P. Monroe, Wilmington. 

Treasurer — R. C. Taylor, Winston. 

Secretary— W. C. Von Glahn, Wilming- 
ton. 

Meets in 1908 in AVilmington. 

Grand liOdge, I. O. O. F. ' 

Instituted at Wilmintgon, January 6, • 
18-13, by Rev. Geo. M. Bain, District Dep- 
uty Grand Sire, of Portsmouth, Va., by 
authority of the Grand Lodge of the United 
States (now the Sovereign Grand Lodge.) 

Grand Master — Perrin Busbee, Raleigh. \ 

Deputy Grand Master— 11. M. Shaw, Ox- 
ford. 

Grand Warden — P. II. Williams, Elizabeth 
City. I 

Grand Secretary — B. H. Woodell, Raleigh. 

Grand Treasurer — R. J. Jones, Wilming- 
ton. 

Grand Representative to Sovereign Grand 
Lodge (1 year) — Plato Collins, Kinston. 

Grand Representative to Sovereign Grand 
Lodge (2 years) — T. M. Stephens, Durham. 



Grand Marshal— J. G. Delamar, New Bern. 

Grand Conductor— J. C. Walker, Durham. 

Grand Guardian— John W. Frazier, Win- 
ston. 

Grand Herald— H. II. Jarrett, Franklin. 

Grand Chaplain— Rev. B. C. Thompson, 
Rich Square. 

Grand Encampment, I, O. O. F. 

Grand Patriarch— F. C. Dunn, Kinston. 

Grand High Priest— W. L. Smith, Wil- 
mington. 

Grand Senior Warden— G. W. Biyant, 
Durham. 

Grand Scribe— R. H. Ramsey, Cliarlotte. 

Grand Treasurer — Wesley Williams, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Grand Junior Warden— W. C. Allen, 
Wa.ynps\'ille. 

Grand Representatives — George Green, New 
Bern; A. F. Hall, Winston-Salem. 

Grand Marshal— J. J. Stone, Greensboro. 

Grand Sentinel— J. B. Arendell, New 
Bern. 

Grand Outside Sentinel— E. E. Cox, Kin- 
ston. 

Grand Lodge Knights of 
Pythias. 

Supreme Representatives — Thomas S. 
Franklin, No. 37, Charlotte; J. L. Scott, 
No. 92, Graham. 

Grand Chancellor— W. C. Crist, No. 56, 
Winston-Salem. 

Grand Viee-Chancellor— T. H. Webb, No. 
165, Duke. 

Grand Prelate— J. W. Wilbome, No. 39, 
High Point. 

Grand Keeper of R. and S.— W. T. Hollo- 
well, No. 6, Goldsboro. 

Grand Master of Exchequer — John C. 
IMills, No. 99, Rutherfordton. 

Grand Master at Arms — O. C. Bruton, 
No. 144, Mt. Gilead. 

Grand Inner Guard — E. J. Jones, No. 51, 
Concord. 



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ASHLEY HORNE, President. C. M. THOMAS, Cashier. 

D. H .3IcCITL1jEKS, Vice-Pres. JNO. T. TALTON, Asst. Cashier 

The Clayton Banking Company 



Clayton, N. ^ 

Capital, 

Surplus, - - _ 

Undivided Profits, - 
Deposits - - 



^10,000,00 

5,000,00 

- r,325,00 

75,000.00 



Collections remitted for on day of payment. 



Grand Outer Guard— W. G. Lake, No. 8.3 
Charlotte. 



Grand Lodge of IMasons. 

Grand Master — F. D. Winston, Windsor. 

Deputy Grand Master— S. M. Gattis, Hills- 
boro. 

Senior Grand Warden — R. N. Hackett, 
Wilkesboro. 

Junior Grand Warden — W. B. McKoy, Wil- 
mington. 

Grand Treasurer — Leo. D. Heartt, Raleigh. 

Grand Secretary — Jno. C. Drewry, Raleigh. 

Grand Chaplain — F. N. Skinner, Clinton. 

Senior Grand Deacon — F. M. Winchester. 
Charlotte. 

..Tunior Grand Deacon —J. T. Alderman, 
Henderson. 

Grand Marshal — F. P. Hobgood, Jr., 
Greensboro. 

Grand Sword Bearer — Dr. J. B. Griggs, 
Elizabeth City. 

Grand Pursuivant — M. D. Kinsland, 
Waynesville. 

Grand Steward — Geo. S. Norfleet, Winston. 

Grand Steward — Dr. J. C. Braswell, En- 
field. 

Grand Tiler— R. H. Bradley, Raleigh. 

Auditor — W. S. Primrose, Raleigh. 

Historian — Marshall DeL. Haywood, Ral- 
eigh. 

Grand C-^pter Royal Ai'ch 
Masons. 

Grand High Priest — A B. Andrews, Jr., 
Raleigh. 

Deputy Grand High Priest— I. C. Bras- 
well, Whitakers. 

Grand King — J. B. Griggs, Elizabeth 
City. 



Grand Scribe — J. ^\. i^huford. Hickory. 

Grand Treasurer — M. S. Willard, Wilming- 
ton. 

Grand Secretary— J. C. Munds, Wilming- 
ton. 

Grand Chaplain— Rev. C. L. Whitaker, 
Enfield. 

Grand Captain of the Host — U. M. Rob- 
erson, Wilmington. 

Grand Principal Sojoiuner — H. A. Mur- 
rill, Charlotte. 

Grand Ro3'al Arch Captain — I. E. Came- 
ron, Kinston. 

Grand Master of the Third Veil— J. T. 
Alderman, Henderson. 

Grand Master of the Second Veil— L. A. 
Dodsworth, Charlotte. 

Grand Master of the First Veil — A. S. 
Guerard, Asheville. 

Grand Lecturer — F. M. Moye, Wilson. 

Grand Sentinel — R. H. Bradley, Raleigh. 

State Federation of Labor of 
North Carolina. 

President — Jno. T. Miller, Raleigh. 

State Organizer — L. 11. Donkle, Spencer. 

Delegate — C. F. Koonce, Raleigh. 

Secretary and Treasurer — S. Waldrop, 
Asheville. 

A'ice-Presidents — First, L. H. Donkle, 
Spencer; Second, X. Lang, Asheville; Third, 
W. S. Bradford, High Point; Fourth, Dun- 
can Stewart, Salisbury; Fifth Lewis Burt- 
nett, Greensboro; Sixth, Joseph Blackburn, 
Charlotte; Seventh, Geo. L. Norwood, Ral- 
eigh; Eighth, W. A. Neal, Charlotte; 
Ninth, Z. C. Fisher, Asheville. 

Executive Board— E. S. Cheek, Raleigh; 
W. F. Thomas, High Point; T. C. Anders, 
Asheville; A. J. Williams, Greensboro; W. 
C. Frank, Asheville. 



SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



45 



The Yarborough House 



Raleigh, N. C. 



Modern and Conveniently Located 
HOWELL COBB, Proprietor 



i Grand Council Royal and Select 
Masters. 

Grand Master — Edward B. Neave, Salis- 
bury. 

Deputy Illustrious Grand Master — H. G. 
Sinallbones, Wilmin^on. 

Graiid Principal Conductor of the Work 
— J. E. Cameron, Raleigh. 

Grand Treasurer — M. S. Willard, Wil- 
mington. 

Grand Recorder — James C. Munds, Wil- 
mington. 

Grand Captain of the Guard — L. A. Dods- 
worth, Charlotte. 

Grand Conductor of the Council— C. P. 
I Ambler, Asheville. 

' Grand Steward— J. T. Alderman, Hender- 
son. 

Grand Sentinel— R. H. Bradley, Raleigh. 

Grand Commandery Knights 
Templar. 

Grand Commander— R. E. Sir T. S. 
Franklin, Charlotte. 

Deputy Grand Commander — V. E. Sir M. 
S. Willai'd, Wilmington. 

Grand Generalissimo — E. Sir W. Ander- 
son, Charlotte. 

Grand Captain General — E. Sir John B. 
Griggs, Elizabeth Citv. 

Grand Prelate— E. "Sir L. M. -Chaffin, 
Ridge\var. 

Grand" Senior Wardon— E. Sir W. C. 
Brown, Winston. 

Grand Junior Warden — E. Sir J. C. Bras- 
well, Whitakers. 

Grand Treasurer — E. B. Neave, Salisbury. 

Grand Recorder — James C. Munds, Wil- 
mington. 

Grand Standard-Bearer- E. Sir H. G. 
Smallbones, Wilmington. 

Grand Sword Bearer— E. Sir O. W. 
Spencer, Salisbury. 

Grand Warden — E. Sir C. M. Vanstory, 
Greensboro. 



Grand Inspector — F. M. Moye, Wilson. 
Grand Sentinel — R. H. Bradley, Raleigh. 

Great Council Imoroved Order of ] 
Red Men. j 

Great Sachem — E. A. Ebert, Winston-Sa- | 
lem. I 

Great Senior Sagamore — Joseph E. Pogue, ! 
Raleigh. I 

Great Junior Sagamore — S. T. White, 
Greenville. 

Great Prophet— B. W. Taylor, Washing- I 
ton. } 

Great Chief of Records— W. Ben Good- } 
win, Elizabeth City, Box 226. I 

Great Keeper of Wampum — E. P. H. | 
Strunck, Wilmington. 

Great Sannap— J. M. Gallagher, Wash- 
ington. 

Great Mishinewa— W. J. Leary, Sr., Eden- 
ton. 

Great Guard of Wigwam — C. M. Berry- 
hill, Cliarlotte. 

Gnat Guard of Forest— J. R. Holt, 
Greensboi'o. 

Great Representatives to Great Council 
of United States — W. Ben Goodwin, Eliza- 
beth City; W. S. Liddell, Charlotte; F. M. 
Hodges. Greenville. 

Board of Appeals— E. T. Stewart, AVash- 
ington; D. M. Weatherlv, Franklinville; 
\W. P. Gafford, Wilmington. 

JnnioT Order IT. A. M. 

State Councilor — Clias. G. Lee, Asheville. 
I State Vice-Councilor — Chas. E. Brewer, 
Wake Forest. 

State Secretary — Sa.n F. Vance, Winston- 
Salem. 

State A.s.sistant Secretary — Robt. H. Ful- 
glium, Wilson. 

State Treasurer — Geo. V. Fulp, Kemers- 
ville. 

State Conductor — R. T. Thomas, Greens- 



40 



SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



BARRETT ® THOMPSON 

Architects 
and Engineers 

Raleigh, N, C. 



boro. 

State Warden— U. N. Gillikin, Goldsboro. 

State Inside Sentinel— Nathan Williams, 
Wilmington. 

State Outside Sentinel — Chas. V. Pegram, 
Walkertown. 

State Chaplain — Rev. J. D. Andrew, Bur- 
lington. 

Tlie Tii-State Medical Associa- 
tion of the Carolinas and 
Virginia (N. C. S. C. 
and Va.) 

Annual meeting at Cliirlotte, N. C, Feb- 
ruarj' 25-6, 1908. 

' President — Dr. Stuart McGuire, Rich- 
mond, Va. 

Vice-Presidents — Dr. Edward C. Register, 
Cliarlotte, N. C. ; Dr. Southgate Leigh, Nor- 
folk, Va. ; Dr. Chas. M. Rees, Charleston, 
S. C. 

SecretaiT-Treasurer — Dr. J. Howell Way, 
Waynesville, N. C. 

B. P. O. Elks. 

Organized May 20, 1901. 

Eastern District Deputy — S. W. Hancock, 
New Bern, 764. 

Western District Deputy — L. J. Brandt, 
Greensboro, 602. 

Member Grand Lodge Auditing Commit- 
tee— J. F. Ferrall, Raleigh, 735. 

Lodges— Charlotte, 392; Winston, 449; Wil- 
mington, .5.32; Greensboro, 602; Durham, 568; 
Asheville, 608; Salisbury, 699; Raleigh, 735; 
New -Bern, 764; Goldsboro, 139; Washing- 
ton, 822; Wilson, 840; Elizabeth City, 8.56; 
Concord, 857; Rocky Mount, 1038; F'ayette- 
ville, 1081. 

President — ^Thomas C. Daniels, New Bern. 

Vice-President — James S. Dunn, Winston- 
Salem. 

Secretary and Treasurer — James M. Davis, 
Salisbury. 

Director-General — A. H. Boyden, Salis- 
bury. 

Grand Marshal — John H. Andrews, Ra- 
leigh. 



Deputy Grand Marshal — E. H. Bean, Salis- 
bury. 

Oi'dcr of the Cincinnati. 

President — Wilson G. Lamb, Williamston. 

Vice-President — John Collins Daves, Balti- 
more, Md. 

Secretary — Brigadier-General Charles l. 
Davis, U. S. A. 

Assistant Secretary — Marshall De Lancey 
Haywood, Raleigh. 

Treasurer— Walter DeLyle Carstarphen, 
Plymouth. 

Assistant Treasurer — Bennehan Cameron, 
Raleigh. 

Chaplain— Joseph Blount Cheshire, Ra- 
leigh. 

North Carolina Society of tlie 
Sons of The Revolution. 

President— Thomas S. Kenan, Raleigh. 

Vice-President— Pabius H. Busbee. Ral- 
eigh. 

Secretary— Marshall DeLancey Haywood, 
Raleigh. 

Assistant Secretary — Bosworth Clifton 
Beck with, Raleigh. 

Registrar— Daniel Harvey Hill, Raleigh. 

Treasurer— Herbert Worth Jackson, Ral- 
eigh. 

Chaplain — Robert Brent Drane, Edenton. 

Board of Managers — The above officers ex- 
officio and Samuel A'Court Ashe, Chairman, 
Raleigh; Julian Shakespeare Carr, Durham; 
Collier Cobb, Oiapel Hill; Alexander Boyd 
.\ndrews, Jr., Raleigh; Carle A. Woodruff, 
(U. S. A.), Raleigh; William Enos Stone, 
Raleigh; Charles Earl Johnson, Raleigh; 
J .Bryan Grimes, Grimesland; Junius Davis, 
Wilmington. 

Daughters of the Revolution. 

Officers elected for two years, 1907-8. 
Headquarters, Raleigh. 

Honorary Regent for Life — Mrs. Spier 
Whitaker, founder of North Carolina So- 
ciety and Regent 1896-1002. 



Regent— Mrs. E. E. Moffitt, Raleigh 
Vice-Regent— Mrs. Walter Clark, Raleigh 
Recording Secretary-Miss Louise Pitten- 

gcr, Raleigh. 

Corresponding Secrelary- Mrs. W H 

Pace, Raleigh. 

pTreasurer-Mrs. Marv Bates Sherwood, 

jj^^epristrar— Miss Mary Hilliard Hinton, 

-^.S™,v•n^'^*, ^''^ Historian-Mrs. Helen 
deB. \\ills, Raleigh. 

Librarian— Miss Grace Bates, Raleigh. 

Board of Managers— Mrs. T. K. Bruner 
(chm.); Mrs. Ivan Proctor, Mrs. John E.' 
Kay Mrs. Paul H. Lee, Mrs. Hubert Hay- 
wood, Mrs. Annie Moore Parker, Raleigh * 

Dc^"l^;• L'oV"- ^- «• «"*' «'• ^^'^' 

Regent, 1904-1906-Mrs. T. K. Bruner, 
KaJeigh. 

Editors of North Carolina Booklet-Mrs. 
E.E. Moffitt, Miss Mary Hilliard Hinton, 
Raleigh. ' 

The "Booklet" is a quarterly publica- 1 
tion issued under the auspices of the ' 
Daughters of the Revolution, in the inter- 
ests of North Carolina History. 

Ad\dsory Board— Mrs. Spier Wliitaker, 731 
&o. ^Sth St. Birmingham. Ala. • Mrs T K 
Bruner Raleigh; D H Hill, West Ral.igh;' 
W J. Peele, Raleigh; E. P. Moses, LaFol- 
lette Tenn.; K. P. Battle, Chapel Hill; 
Marshall DeLancey Haj-vvood, Raleigh; R. 
1). W Connor, Raleigh; E. \V. Sikes, Wake 
Forest; Richard DillarJ. Edenton; James 
Sprunt, Wilmington; Walter Clark, Raleigh. 

Tlie National Society of the I 
Daughters of the Ameiican 
Kevohition in North Carolina. 

Vice-President General for North Carolina 
-Mrs. Lindsay Patterson, Winston-Salem. 
^^onorary State Regent-Mrs. E. D. Latta, 

Honorary Chaplain-Mrs. M. J. L. Bran- 
ner, Waynesville. 

hanf^a^lftTe'-''"- '°-'° ^^" ^^"^'"^- 
ston-fafem^^°*-''"- ''■ ^^ «^^'^°^^^' ^^-- 
Gr^nsbol-S^ Secretary-Mrs. Lucy Moss, 

Corresponding Secretary— Mrs. A L 
Smith, Charlotte. 

H?,?^Hf "m"'- ^- ^- ^^^^''' Greensboro. 
^^mstonan-Mrs. James T. Moore, Salis- 

Chaplain-Mrs. D. F. Cannon, Salisbury. 

Jiapter Regents N. C. D, a R 

"Donas Bell Love"-WaynesvilIe, Mrs. 
u. A. Baker. 

Grafe'Tones. Buncombe"-A.sheville, Miss 

"Council Oak"-Morganton, Mrs. J D 
DOgcr. 

Ge'o'r'grGoolmrn™''"—''""'-'^^""'^' ^^- 

"Mecklenburg"— Charlotte, Mrs P C 
Brunson. <= * . \j. 

^ _^^Elizabeth Maxwell Steel"-Salisbury, 



SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



47 

I Mrs. M. C. Quinn. ~ 

: "Guilford Battle"— Greensboro, Miss Re- 
, becca Schcnck. 

! T "r^'^^^'^^C'^ntenniar'— Winston-Salem, Mrs. 
i J. L. Ludlow. 

) "Whitmel Blount"-Hcnderson, Mrs. W 
O. Shannon. 

' Woddilr Harvey"-Tarboro, Mrs. John 



North Carolina AEricultural 
i nf« -r , Society. 

Officers— J. H. Currie. Pres., Fayette- 

eiih •' C B^ n ^- ^%'''' S'^'^'-'tary, Ral- 
eifj?. C. B. Denson, Treasure'-, Raleigh 

I n \i?'^-P/fsidents-(Permanent.)-Kemp P 
I Rattle, Chapel Hill; Bonehan Cameron^ Ral^ 
I eigh; Juhan S. Carr, Durham; John S 
I Cumngham Cunningham, R. H. Battle! 
; Raleigh; Charles McNamee, Biltmore; W. 
it;, 1 '/''"''^°=;^'^- ^- Long, Roxboro; 
'wil7p °T' ^^^?^°": J- M. Crenshaw 
Mount. '■' I>aughtridge, Rockj^ 

District Vice-Presidents.-First District. 
\V R Roberts, GatesviJJe; Second District 

w' T unr'\^,r*' ^™"^: 'I"'»rd District 
vv. L. Hill, ^\ai-saw; Fourth District, D. 
kr.L°°^'''\'. H™derson; Fifth District, L. 
Banks Holt, Graham; Si.xth District Fd 
vv-ard Smith Dunn; Seventh Srict, T 
B. Bailey, Moc'ksville; Eighth District, S. 

tnVt ^^""'r"' }?"^^'''i ^'^"'^J': ^'inth Dis- 
n- + • *. r, ..'■^'^■'^^"d"'' Chariotte; Tenth 
District G. F. Weston. Asheville. 

Vice-Presidents are ex officio members of 
the Executive Committee. 

Veterinary Surgeon— Dr. Tait Butler, Ra- 
leigh. ' 

State Fair is held in October each year 
at Raleigh. 



North Carolina Retail Merchants 
. Association. 

President— N. L. Cranford, Winston-Sa- 



lem. 



Vice-President— J. N. McCausland, Char- 
lotte. 

Secretary— J. F. Morrif, Winston-Salem. 

Treasurer— Archibald Nichols. Asheville 

Attorney-General— Norman H. Johnson, 
Raleigh. ' 

Vice-Presidents— First District, R F Tut- 

Ue, Edenton; Second District, N. D. josey, 

Scotland Neck; Third District, A. A Jo- 

, spph, Goldsboro; Fourth District Wm D 

Matkins Henderson; Fifth District, F". l' 

Smith, Mt Airy; Sixth District, E. D. Nail 

, Sanford; Seventh District, A. T. Morris' 

I Ihomasville; Eightli District, T. B. Brown' 

I &ah.=buo-; Ninth District. J. 0. Gardner,' 

Sheville.' ''"'=*' "• ^- ^°^'^'"^' 

Board of Directors-J. H. Scott, (chm.), 
Minston-Salcm; E. E. Brcughton. Raleigh 
Clarence Sawyer, Asheville. 

The Association of AMiolesale Deal- 
ers. 3Iillers and Manufactur- 

Pr.eM *!*"^T ^J **ie Carolinas. 

__l'rosident-J. F. L. Annfleld, Fayetteyille. 



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4S 



SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



Mechanics Dime Savings Banii 

CHAS. E. JOHNSON, President. WALTERS DURHAM, Cash . 

C. B. EDWARDS, Vice-President. ^ 

Save part of yoiir earnings. 4 per cent interest paid on deposits. 

CAPITAL STOCK $15,000.00 

UNDIVIDED PROFITS 17,000.00 

DEPOSITS 300,000.00 



Vice-President — B. F. Cooner, Columbia, 
S. C. 

Second Vice-Presirlent — J. J. Norman, 
Wir.ston-Salem. 

Secretary iii'd Treasurer— J. W. Patterson, 
( tvecnstioro. 

General Counselor — Norman H. Johnson, 
Raleigh. 

Advisory Board — J. D. McNeill, Fayette- 
ville; B. R. Cooner. Columbia, S. C. ; E. R. 
Mixon, Washington; C. C. McLean, Greens- 
boro. 



North Carolina Nature Study 
Society. 

President— tJ. Y. Joyncr, Raleigh. 

A'ice-President!^— Col. F. A. Olds, Raleigh; 
Dr. W. E. Coker, Chapel Hill; Mrs. W. R. 
Hollowell, Goldsboro; Mr. F. H. Busbee, 
Rfleigh, Supt. F. J. Tighe, Ashcville. 

Secretary-Treasurer— F. L. Stevens, West 
Raleigh. 

Executive Committer- — W. L. Poteat, Wake 
Forest; Miss Edith Royster, Raleigh; J. J. 
Blair, Wilmington; M. H. Holt, Oak Ridge; 
T. G. Pearson, Greensboro. 

BOARD OF ADVISORS. 

Birds — T. Gilbert Pearson, Greensboro. 

riant Diseases, Naming aw\ Identification 
of Plants and Seeds — F. L. Stevens, West 
Raleigh. 



Minerals and Geology — Collier Cobb, 
Chapel Hill. 

Soils— C. W. Connor, West Raleigh. 

Mammals, Reptiles, Fishes — C. S. Brim- 
loy, Raleigh. 

Liverworts and Mosses — W. E. Coker, 
Clapel Hill. 

Stock and Crops — R. S. Curtis, West 
Raleigh. 

Algae ar.d Protozoa — W. L. Poteat, Wake 
t'l.rcst. 

Methods of Teaching Nature Study — Mra 
F. L. >y.< vens. West Raleigh. 

Astronomy — John F. Lanneau, Wake For- 
est. 

n ysics- -C. W. Edvards, Durham. 

Ii'secta and Injuries Caused by Them — 
Franklin Sherman, Jr., Raleigh. 

Cliemistiy — WilJian-, J. Mavlin, Da/idS'ii. 



NortJ* Carolina Cotton Growers 
Association. 

President — Chas. C. Moore, Charlotte. 

Vice President — A. J. McKinnon, Maxton. 

Secretary — T. B. Parker, Raleigh. 

Executive Committee — A. J. McKinnon, 
(chm.), Maxton; T. J. W. Broom, Monroe; 
J. H. Currie, Fayetteville. 

Treasurer — Leo. D. Heartt, Raleigh. 



Land Grants 



No. Grants 
No. Grants 
No. Grants 
No. Grants 
No. Grants 
No. Grants 
No. Grants 
No. Grants 
No. Grants 
No. Grants 
No. Grants 
No. Grants 
No. Grants 



issued 
issued 
issued 
issued 
issued 
issued 
issued 
issued 
issued 
issued 
issued 
issued 
issued 



2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 



ending 
ending 
ending 
ending 
ending 
ending 
ending 
ending 
ending 
ending 
ending 
ending 
ending 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 



1, 1882, 

1, 1884, 

1, 1886, 

1, 18SS, 

1, 1890, 

1, 1892, 

1, 1894, 

1, 1896, 

1, 1898, 

1, 1900, 

1, 1902, 

1, 1904, 

1, 1906, 



1,189 — amounts 

1,.329 — amounts 

990 — amounts 

89;i — amounts 

1,45.'! — amounts 

1,353 — amounts 

703 — amounts 

547 — amounts 

599 — amounts 

665 — amounts 

732 — amounts 

789 — amounts 

488 — amounts 



paid 
paid 
paid 
paid 
paid 
paid 
paid 
paid 
paid 
paid 
paid 
paid 
paid 



Treasurer, 
Treasurer, 
Treasurer, 
Treasurer, 
Treasurer, 
Treasurer, 
Treasurer, 
Treasurer, 
Treasurer, 
Treasurer, 
Treasurer, 
Treasurer, 
Treasurer, 



$10,912.87 

13,186.73 

5,975.69 

9,493.49 

15,570.43 

16,831.11 

5,200.73 

9,2.34.46 

6,337.13 

6,384.69 

6,911.88 

11,230.60 

16,551.47 



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POLITICAL RGANIZATIONS. 



49 



Political Organizations. 



DEMOCRATIC STATE EXE- 
CUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

Hugh G. Chatham, Chairman, Klkin. 
Alex. J. Feild, Secretary, Raleigh. 
National Committeeman. 

Josephus Daniels, Raleigh. 

Advisory Coiiiniittee. 

Lee S. Overman, Salisbury; C. B. Aycock, 
Goldsboro; Col. L. Banks Holt, Graham; 
Capt. W. I. Everett, Rockingham; P. M. 
Pearsall, New Bern; R. N. Hackett, Wilkes- 
boro; W. M. Webb, Morehcad City; Plato 
Collins, Kinston. 

Members Central Committee. 

FIRST DISTRICT— E. F. Lamb, Elizabeth 
City; W. H. Hampton, Plymouth; B. B. 
Winborne, Murfreesboro; H. T. Greenleaf, 
Elizabeth Citv. 

SECOND DISTRICT— T. W. Mason, Garys- 
burg; H. A. Gilliam, Tarboro; J. W. Grain- 
ger, Kinston; Dr. I. E. Green, Weldon. 

-THIRD DISTRICT— C. E. Foy, New Bern; 
T. C. Whitaker, Trenton; N. O'Berry, Golds- 
boro; E. M. Koonce, Jacksonville. 

FOURTH DISTRICT— H. A. London, Pitts- 
boro; F. S. Spruill, Louisburg; B. H. Bunn, 
Rockv Mount; E. C. Beddingfield, Raleigh; 

FIFTH DISTRICT— J. S. Carr, Durham; 
J. N. Wilson, Greensboro; R. L. Holt, Bur- 
lington; C. O. McMichael, Madison. 

SIXTH DISTRICT— John D. Bellamy, Wil- 
mington; W. A. Stewart, Dunn; J. D. 
Croom, Maxton; E. J. Hale, Fayettcville. 

SEVENTH DISTRICT— S. W. Finch, Lex- 
ington; D. E. Mclver, Sanford; W. F. Gib- 
son, Gibson; N. G. Williams, Williams. 

EIGHTH DISTRICT— P. B. Means, Con- 
cord; Edmund Jones, Lenoir; R. A. Dough- 
ton. Sparta; Zrb V. Long, Statesville. 

NINTH DISTRICT— J. H. Weddington, 
Charlotte; H. F. Schenck, Lawndale; T. L. 
James, Marshall; R. T. Claywell, Morgan- 
ton. 

TENTH DISTRICT— Locke Craig, Ashe- 
viUe; T. W. Whitmire, Brevard; S. Gallert, 
Rutherfordton; G. L. Jones, Franklin. 
Meiubers State Executive Com- 
mittee. 

FIRST DISTRICT— W. G. Lamb, William- 
stnn; W. C. Rodman, Washington; W. M. 
Bond, Edenton; E. F. Aydlett, Elizabeth 
City. 

SECOND DISTRICT— E. L. Travis, Hali- 
fax; .1. H. Exum, Wliitakcrs; S. A. Wood- 
ard, Wilson; P. .1. Macon, Warrenton. 

THIRD DISTRICT— W. S. Chadwick, 
Beaufort; J. A. Brvan, New Bern; S. 0. 
Middlfton, Hallsville"; H. A. Grady, Clinton. 

FOURTH DISTRICT— J. R. Young, Ral- 
eigh; J. C .Drcwrv, Raleigh; R. H. Hayes, 
Pittsboro; E. .S. Abell, Smithfield. 

FIFTH DISTRICT— J. J. Nelson, Greens- 
boro; J. S. Manning, Durham; R. D. Reid, 
Wentworth; B. S. Rovster, Oxford. 

SIXTH DISTRICT— E. F. McCulloch, 
White Oak; W. H. Bernard, Wilmington; 



Geo. H. Bellamy, El Paso; R. H. Powell, 
Whitcville. 

SEVENTH DISTRICT— T. B. Bailey, 
Mocksville; J. R. Blair, Troy; J. A. Spcnce, 
Asheboro; George Warburton, Rockingham. 

EIGHTH DISTRICT— Hugh G. Chatham, 
Ei.kin; R. A. Crowell, Albemarle; Walter 
Murphy, Salisbury; A. D. Watts, States- 
ville. 

NINTH DISTRICT— Heriot Clarkson, 
Charlotte; A. C. Avery, Jr., Morganton; 
W. II. Williams, Newton; R. R. Ray, Mc- 
Adensville. 

TENTH DISTRICT— J. C. Mills, Ruther- 
fordton; M. L. Shipman, HendersonviUe; 
J. D. Murphy, Agheville; W. T. Lee, 
Waynes ville. 

Democratic Chairmen County 
Committees. 

Alamance — W. H. Carroll, Burlington. 

Alexander — J. H. Burke, Taylorsville. 

Alkghany — A. S. Carson, Sparta. 

Anson — J. A. Lockhart, Wadesboro. 

Ashe — Dr. J. W. Colvard, Jefferson. 

Beaufort — W. C. Kodman. Washington, 

Bertie — A. S. Rascoe, Windsor. 

Bladen— E. F. McCullock, White Oak. 

Brunswick — Dr. T. V. Moore, Phoenix. 

Buncombe — I>r. D. E. Sevier, Asheville. 

Burke — J. W. Wilson, Jr., Morganton. 

Caban-us — L. T. Hartsell, Concord. 

Caldwell — W. C. Newland, Lenoir, 

Camden — T. C. Ferebee, Camden. 

Carteret— W. M. Webb, Morehcad City. 

Caswell — T. P. Womack, Yanceyville. 

Catawba — E. L. Shuford, Hickory. 

Chatham — R. H. Hayes, Pittsboro. 

Cherokee — Ben. Posey, Murphy. 

Chowan — W. M. Bond, Edenton. 

Clay — L. L. Scroggs, Brasstown. 

Cleveland— C. R. Hoey, Shelby. 

Craven — J. A. Bryan, New Bern. 

Columbus — J. A. Brown, Chadbourn. 

Cumberland — C. G. Rose, Fayetteville. 

Currituck — E. R. Johnson, Currituck. 

Dare — R. B. Etheridge, Manteo. 

Davidson — W. H. Phillips, Lexington. 

Davie — W. K. Clement, Mocksville. 

Duplin — D. L. Carlton, Kenansville. 

Durham — Jones Fuller, Durham. 

Edgecombe — R. G. All.sbrook, Tarboro. 

Foi-syth — A. H. Ellcr, Winston-Salem. 

Franklin — J. A. Thomas, Louisburg. 

Gaston — C. B. Armstrong, Gastonia. 

Gates— W. T. Cross, Gatesville. 

Graham — G. B. Walker, Robbinsville. 

Granville — B. S. Royster, Oxford. 

Greene — W. J. Jordan, Snow Hill. 

Guilford — E. A. Brown, Greensboro. 

Halifax— E. L. Travis, Halifax. 

Harnett — W.' A. Stewart, Dunn. 

Haywood — H. R. Ferguson, Waynesville. 

Henderson — C. E. Brooks, HendersonviUe. 

Hertford— J. R. Mitchai, Winton. 

II.yde — R. D. Harris, Swan Quarter. 

Iredell — J. A. Hartness, Statesville. 

Jackson — F. E. Alley, Webster. 



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Johnston— F. H. Brooks, Smjthfield. 

Jones— T. C. Whitaker, Trenton. 

Lenoir — J. W. Grainger, Kinston. 

Lincoln — C. E. Cliilds, Lincolnton. 

Macon— S. L. Kelly, Franklin. 

Madison — C. A. Htnderson, Marshall. 

Martin— H. W. Stubbs, Williamston. 

McDowell — J. L. Morgan, Marion. 

Mecklenburg — J. A. Bell, Charlotte. 

Mitchell— S. R. Hensley, Penland. 

Montgomery — W. D. Allen, Troy. 

Moore — W. J. Adams, Carthage. 

Nash — E. B. Grantham, Rocky Mount. 

New Hanover— W. J. Bellamy, Wilming- 
ton. 

Northampton— W. H. Buffaloe, Jackson. 

Onslow — E. M. Koonce, Jacksonville. 

Orange— S. M. Gattis, Hillsboro. 

Pamlico — A. B. Campen, Alliance. 

Pasquotank— C. E. Thompson, Elizabeth 
City. 

Pender — E. L. Larkins, Burgaw. 

Perquimans — David Cox, Hertford. 

Person — J. S. Cuningham, Cuningham. 

Pitt— F. C. Harding, Greenville. 

Polk— \V. M. Justice, Mill Spring. 

Randolph — W. J. bcarboro, Asheboro. 

Richmond — W. N. Everitt, Rockingham. 

Robeson — J. G. McCormick, Lumberton. 

Rockingham — Francis Womack, Reidsville. 

Rowan — A. H. Boyden. Salisburv. 

Rutherford— John C. Mills, Rutherfordton. 

Sampson— n. E. Faison, Clinton. 

Scotland— E. H. Gibson, Laurinburg. 

Stanly— R. A. Crowell, Albemarle. 

Stokes— Dr. J. H. Ellington, Sandy Ridge. 

Surry — J. R. Lewellyn, Dobson. 

Swain— C. E. Monteith, Bushnell. 

Transvlvania— T. W. Whitmire, Brevard. 

TjTrell— Theo. H. Woodley, Columbia. 

Union — R. W. Lemmond, Monroe. 

A'ance — A. J. Harris, Henderson. 

Wake^J. N. Holding, Raleigh. 

Warren — A. J. Dowtin, Warrenton. 

Washington — Thos. W. Blount. Roper. 

Watauga — J. C. Fletcher, Boone. 

Wavne — M. T. Dickinson, ^oldsboro. 

Wilkes— AV. W. Barbee. Wilkesboro. 

Wilson — John E. W'oodard, Wilson. 

Yadkin — J. W. Pass, Yadkinville. 

Yancey — G. E. Gardner, Burnsville. 



Fourth— Claudius Dockery, Raleigh. 
Fifth— Ben F. Robertson, Haw River. 
Sixth— S. M. King, Elizabethtown. 
Seventh— W. A. Bailev, Advance. 
Eighth— E. Spencer Blackburn, Wilkes- 
boro. 
Ninth — A. A. Whitener, Hickory. 
Tenth— Geo. H. Smathers, Waynesville. 



REPUBTICAN STATF T]XECU- 
TIVE COOnTTEE. 

S. B. Adams, Cliairman, Greensboro. 
W. S. Prarson, Secretary. Morganton. 

C. G. Bailey, Treasurer, Advance. 

E. C. Duncan, National Com., Raleigh. 

Members at Large. 

Thos. S. Rollins, Asheville. 

D. M. Furches, Statesville. 
John C. Angier, Durham. 
G. G. Hendricks, Asheboro. 
Geo. Butler, Clinton. 
Wheeler Martin, Williamston. 
V. S. Lusk, Asheville. 

Consressional Districts. 
First — A. Berrv, Swan Quarter. 
S°cond— D. W. "Patrick, Snow Hill. 
Third— J. F. Dobson, GoMsboro. 



Chairman of Count'- Republi- 
can E.xccutive Committees 
of North Carolina, 

Alamance — Heenan Hughes, Graham. 

Alexander— Zeno Smith, Wittenberg. 

Alleghany— John T. Miles, Cherry Lane. 

Anson— J. L. Matherson, Wadesboro. 

Ashe — John G. Hardin, Beaver Creek. 

Beaufort— F. G. Paul, Washington. 

Bertie— R. H. Norfleet, Kelford. 

Bladen— S. Mears, Clarkton. 

Brunswick— George H. Cannon, Town 
Creek. 

Buncombe — -Jos. F. Ford, Asheville. 

Burke— Robert M. Smith, Chesterfield. 

Cabarrus — J. A. Sims, Concord. 

Caldwell— M. N. Harshaw, Lenoir. 

Camden— Jas. E. Burgess, Old Trap. 

Carteret- T. D. Hewitt, Newport. 

Caswell— Fioyd Davis, Altaniahaw. 

Catawba— J. Y. Killian, Newton. 

Chatham— Dr. H. T. Chapin, Pittsboro. 

Cherokee — A. W. Axley, Murphy. 

Chowan — L. L. Brinkley, Edcnton. 

Clay— A. B. Ledford, Hayesville, R. F. D. 

Cleveland— J. H. Quinn, Shelby. 

Columbus— Irvin B. Tucker, Whiteville. 

Craven — Seymour W. Hancock, New Bern. 

Cumberland— C. C. McLellan, Dunn, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Currituck — W. S. Harrison, Harbinger. 

Dare— W. S. C. Pugh, Wanchese. 

Davidson— J. R. McCrary, Lexington. 

Davie — Dr. M. D. li..mbrou2rh, Mocksville. 

Duplin— C. C. Vann, Rose Hill. 

Durham — J. V. Rigsbee, Durham. 

Edgecombe — R. Liles, Tarboro. 

Forsyth— S. E. Hall, Winston. 

Franklin — Rufus R. Harris, Louisburg. 

Gaston — C. D. Holland, Gastonia. 

Gates— Wm. M. Sparkman, Eure. 

Graham — J. R. Collins, Robbinsville. 

Gran\i.le — J. ii. Gooch, Stem. 

Greene— D. W. Patrick, Snow Hill. 

Guilford — J. A. Hoskins, Summerfield. 

Halifax — R. J. Lewis, Littleton. 

Hanirtt— W. P. Byrd, Lillington. 

Ha.vwood — D. I. L. Smathers, Clyde. 

Hend rson — R. H. Staton, H»nd"rsonville. 

Hertford— R. C. Benthall, Woodland. 

Hyde — Richard W. Howard, Swan Quar- 
ter. 

Iredell — L. C. Wagner, Suatesville. 

Jackson — J. W. Keener. Sylva. 

Johnston — J. C. Stancill, Benson. 

Jones — H. F. Brown, Tuckahoe. 

Lenoir — .1. M. Mewborne, Kinston. 

Lincoln — D. E. DeLane, Lincolnton. 

Macon — H. H. Jarrett, Franklin. 

Madison — Van B. Davis, Marshall. 

Martin — C. C. Fagan, Williamston. 

MoDowpII — .1. L. Morgan, Manon. 



DEMOCRATIC ST ATE PLATFORM— 190G. 



51 



Mecklenburg— Jake F. Newell, Charlotte. 
Jlitchell— Chas. E. Green, Bakersville. 
Montgomprj- — G. D. 13. Reynolds, Troy. 
Moore — Carlos McLeod, Carthage. 
Nash — Mack Brantley, Spring Hope. 
New Hanover — D. L. Gore. Wilmington. 
Northampton — W. H. Buffalo, Jackson. 
Onslow — John Gilman, Jacksonville. 
Oransc — D. S. Miller, Eougemont, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Pamlico — P. C. Jones, Ba3'boro. 
Pasquotank — W. H. Keaton, Weeksville. 
Pender— R. M. Croom, Burgaw. 
Perquimans — Geo. \V. Barrow, Hertford. 
Person — H. J. Whitt, Roxboro. 
Pitt— Roy C. Flanagan, Greenville. 
Polk — W. E. Newman, Mill Springs. 
Randolph— G. G. Hendricks, Asheboro. 
Richmond — John P. Cameron, Rocking- 
ham. 
Robeson— Wm. J. Cume, Maxton. 



Rockingham — Thos. S. Malloy, Reidsville. 
Rowan — John A. Ramsey, Salisbury. 
Rutherford — R. W. Logan, Rutherfordton. 
Sampson — W. F. Sessoms, Clinton. 
Scotland — John A. McGregor, Laurinburg. 
Stanb'— Dr. J. I. Campbell, Wliitney. 
Stokes — N. O. Petree, Danbury. 
Surry — J. M. Davis, Mt. Airy. 
Swain — J. A. Brown, Bryson City. 
Transylvania — Dr. E. S. English, Brevard. 
Tyrrell — R. A. Kohloss, Columbia. 
Union — T. L. Love, Monroe. 
Vance — T. T. Hicks, Henderson. 
Wake— J. P. H. Adams, Raleigh. 
Warren — J. P. Leach, Littleton. 
Washington — J. L. Phelps, Plymouth, 
Watauga — L. H. Michael, Rutherwood. 
Wayne — S. G. Pate, Goldsboro. 
Wilkes — P. C. Jones, North Wilkesboro. 
Wilson — J. D. Mears, Wilson. 
Yadkin — J. G. Ray, Jonesville. 
Yancey^J. L. Hyatt, Micaville. 



Democratic State Platform — 1906 



The Democracy of North Carolina in con- 
vention assimbled, renews its allegiance 
10 tne principles of constitutional gov- 
ernment, through laws enacted and executed 
in the interest of the whole people, with- 
out favor to individual or class; and it 
pledges itself to continue the just, wise 
and economical administration of public 
affairs which have obtained in State and 
county since its return to power in ISDlt. 

We congratulate the people of the State 
that, under Democratic auspices, there has 
been established throughout the borders of 
the State a reign of law and liberty, peace 
and progress. That our people are no 
longer emplo.yed in guarding their homes 
and protecting their lives, liberty and prop- 
erty, as they were under Republican rule; 
but safe in the protection of law, and en- 
joying the freedom which comes from se- 
curity, are directing their energies to peace- 
ful pursuits of honest industry. 

We endorse the wise, patriotic and able 
administration of our States affairs by 
Governor Robert B. Glenn and the other 
State officials, and we point with pride 
to the record of our Senators and Demo- 
cratic Representatives in Congress, and en- 
dorse the same. 

We again congratulate the people of North 
Carolina upon the successful operation of 
the Constitutional Amendment regulating 
the elective franchise. The adoption of this 
measure has permanently solved the race 
problem which had so long agitated the 
public mind, and was a menace to peace 
and good government. 

In its operation the assurances made by 
the Democratic party to the people, that 
no white man would be disfranchised there- 
by have been fully verified, and the predic- 
tion of the Republican party, to the con- 
trary, proven false. 

After a test of five years the wisdom of 
the Amendment ia recognized and acquiesced 
in by all political parties, and is accepted 



as a solution of a vexed question. 

We congratulate the people upon the 
beneficent effect of the temperance legisla- 
tion enacted by the Democratic party, and 
approve and endorse the principles enunciat- 
ed in the Watts bill and the Ward bill 
regulating the manufacture and sale of li- 
quor. 

We reaffirm our constitutional declarations 
that "religion, moralitj', and knowledge be- 
ing necessary to good government and the 
happiness of mankind, schools and means of 
education shall be forever encouraged." and 
that the people have the right to the priv- 
ilege of education, and that it is the duty 
of the State to guard and maintain that 
right, and we express hearty approval of 
the great results accomplished through edu- 
cational work during the past six years of 
Democratic rule — at the great improvement 
made during that time in our educational 
conditions, and we promise a continuance 
of a four months' school term for all the 
children of the State. 

The Democratic party established the 
system of pensioning Confederate soldiers 
and opened the Soldiers' Home for the care 
of the veterans who responded to the call 
of the State in the War Between the States. 
Every dollar given them was appropriated 
or forced by the Democratic legislation or 
Democratic public sentiment. We pledge 
the party to a fuller discharge of a debt 
that can never be fully paid to these aging 
heroes who offered their lives as a sacrifice 
upon the altar of their country. 

We point with pride to the record of 
the Democratic party in its care of the un- 
fortunate classes of our State and promise 
to continue to enlarge our charitable insti- 
tutions until all the indigent insane are 
cared for at the expense of the State. 
REGULATION OF PUBLIC SERVICE COR- 
PORATIONS 

The powers of the Corporation Commis- 
sion should be so enlarged as to give it 



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DEMOCRATIC STATE PLATFORM— 1906. 



full and adequate power to regulate all 
public service corporations within the State 
and subject to its jurisdiction. Passen- 
ger and freight rates in North Carolina are 
too high and should be materially and sub- 
stantially reduced, as should also telephone 
rates and rentals, and we demand such 
action by the Leg^islature and Corporation 
Commission- as will accomplish such re- 
duction. 

We are opposed to granting charters to 
corporations in perpetuity. 

The discrimination of railroads against 
North Carolina cities and towns, and in 
favor of other points having no greater 
natural advantages, is a grave injustice to 
the people of this State, and should be cor- 
rected by such means as are available with- 
in the limitations set by the Constitution 
of the United States. The interference by 
public service corporations in political 
matters should be called so sharplj' to the 
attention of the people that it will be 
odious, and the efficiency of such corpora- 
tions as political agencies shouiu thus be 
destroyed. 

The law against issuing free passes should 
be so amended as to make the party who 
illegally receives them equally gruilty with 
the corporation issuing ohem. 

The failure of connecting lines of railways 
to make connection as scheduled is a source 
of much inconvenience, expense and annoy- 
ance to the traveling public, and we de- 
mand such additional legislation as may be 
necessary to enforce that provision of our 
statute which requires connecting lines to 
make as close connection as is practicable 
for the convenience of the traveling pub- 
lie. 

FOREST RESERVE AND INLAND WATER- 
WAY 

We favor the Appalachian Forest Re- 
serve, and the construction of the inland 
water-way from Norfolk, Virginia, to Beau- 
fort Inlet, North Carolina. While both of 
these projects involve great benefits to the 
State, they are also of national importance. 
The one preserves our mountain forests and 
jonsei-ves our water supply, promotes the 
public health, maintains our water-power 
and aids agriculture. The latter will open 
up a free outlet north and south for the 
water-borne trade of Eastern North Caro- 
lina, equalize traffic rates, and promote the 
prosperity of our people. Its construction 
will also greatly increase the coastwise 
trade between the South Atlantic and North 
Atlantic ports. 

We urge our Senators and Representatives 
to continue their efforts to secure legisla- 
tion for tne establishment of the one and 
the construction of the other. 

We reaffirm our adherence to the time- 
honored principle of Democracy of "equal 
rights to all and special privileges to 
none," and we condemn subsidies, gratui- 
ties, bonuses, trusts and monopolies. 

For nearly ten years the Rer>ublican par- 
ty has been in absolute control of all de- 
I partments of national government, with 



power to change unjust conditions and to 
rectify evils. Yet, during that time colos- 
sal combinations of capital have dominated 
the people, and illegal perversions of cor- 
porate law have stifled competition and un- 
fairly limited the opportunity of the indi- 
vidual citizen. Wealth thereby illegally 
obtained has been unsparingly used to 
control legislation and corrupt elections. 
No honest effort has been made, or is be- 
ing made, by Republican legislation to cure 
or eradicate these evils. 

We denounce the hypocrisy of the Re- 
publican party, which, while pretending 
to legislate against these conditions, deals 
only with the symptoms and not with the 
disease. The unfair, t3'rannical features of 
the so-called "protective tariff" have made 
these things possible, and no permanent re- 
lief can be secured until its obnoxious fea- 
tures are removed. To remedy this evil we 
demand a thorough revision of present 
tariff laws. 

The growth of the trusts and other in- 
ordinate and dangerous combinations of 
capital, the tremendous and rapidly in- 
creasing absorption and centralization of 
the wealth of the country in the hands of 
a chosen few, all due to premeditated and 
systematic legislation in behalf of special 
interests by the Republican party, demand 
a change in the policies imposed upon the 
country by that party and make the pass- 
age of restrictive laws an imperative ne- 
cessity. 

We denounce the appalling system of 
corruption heretofore practiced by the 
great insurance companies, whereby mf>iey 
intrusted to them for the benefit of wid- 
ows and orphans has been diverted to the 
enrichment of favored individuals and to the 
campaign fund of the Republican party. 

We denounce the present iniquitous, un- 
just and trust-creating protective tariff im- 
posed upon the people by the Republican 
party and demand its immediate revision, 
to the end that all unjust burdens shall 
bo removed, and especially those upon the 
necessaries of life and those that enable the 
trusts to extort from the people unrea: 
sonable profits and to sell their products 
to consumers at home at greater prices 
than are charged for the same goods to 
the foreign consumer. 

Resolutions. 

At the Democratic State Convention held 
in Greensboro on July 3, 1906, the follow- 
ing resolutions were adopted: 
ENDORSEMENT OF BRY..N AND AY- 
COCK. 

The Democracy of North Carolina, the 
first in America to support William J. Bry- 
an for the Presidency of the United States, 
is gratified to see the Democracy of every 
section of the Republic turning to him as 
the logical candidate for President in 1908. 

The spontaneous call for his leadership is 
the result of a univereal desire to correct the 
giant evils in our country which he long 
ago foresaw, and which has heretofore de- I 



REPUBLICAN STATE PLATFORM— 1903. 



53 



feated the «-ill of the American people. 
Honored the world over as America's first 
citizen, he will be hailed upon his return 
as the one man to restore the government 
to the foundation of equality and justice 
upon which it was established by our fath- 
ers. The Democrats of Nortli Carolina in i 
convention assembled endorse the candidacy 
of William J. Bryan for President in 190S. 
and recognizing that in choosing his run- 
ning-mate the Democracy of this country 
should select one of her wisest and broad- 
est statesmen, the North Carolina Democ- 



racy presents to the Democracy of the Re- 
public as a fit candidate for Vice-President 
Hon. Charles B. Aycock, ex-Governor of 
this State. 

ELECTION OF UNITED STATES SENA- 
TORS AND JUDGES BY THE PEO- 
PLE—INCOME TAX. 
We favor such amendments to the Con- 
stitution of the United States as will pro- 
vide for the election of district and circuit 
judges of the United States and United 
States Senators by a direct vote of the 
people, and a graduated income tax. 



Republican State Platform~-1906 



(Adopted at Greensboro, July 10, 
1906.) 

The Republican party of North Carolina 
in convention assembled at Greensboro. N. 
C, July 10, 1906, congratulates all the peo- 
ple of the State upon prevailing conditions, 
as the unquestioned oflF-shoots of Repub- 
lican policies enforced since 1897, resolve 
and declare the following to be a summary 
of their beliefs upon the more vital ques- 
tions of present interest and of the action 
they will take if given power in the State: 

1. We claim for the administration of 
President Roosevelt that it has satisfied 
every reasonable demand of the patriot, 
the reformer and the worker in every fielil 
of human endeavor; that it has estab- 
lish! d the currency upon a basis not to 
be shaken; that it has vastly extended our 
foreign commerce, and so added largely to 
the nation's wealth; that it has kept the 
peace at home ami promoted it abroad ; 
that it has expended the national revenue 
wisely and with absolute honesty; that it 
has laid bare and punished with iron hand 
every species of official or corporate cor- 
ruption brought to light by vigilant agents 
of its own choosing; that it has hearkened 
to the voice of the oppressed in all lands 
and given sympathy when forbidden by law 
to give more; that it has aimed with true 
and constant purpose to reflect in its every 
act the highest and finest aspirations of 
the American people, northern and south- 
ern, eastern and western. 

2. We state with regret the acknowledged 
fact that the laws of our own State have 
not been enforced by the Democratic ad- 
ministrators in State and county affairs; 
the legislation upon the subject of tem- 
perance, so dear to a large part of our 
best people, is confessedly a d^-ad letter as 
relates to its enforcement by State officials 
— Republican officials of internal revenue 
bearing the whole burden of commanding 
for it popular obedience. 

Yet the amazing spectacle is presented of 
a party which has kept the promise to 
the car and broken it to the hope now 
masquerading as prohibitionists in such sec- 
tions of the State as they deem ripe for that 
experiment in law-making. 

The Republican party insists that every 



county and every town should be allowed 
to determine for itself by vote the question 
of whether, and if so, how whiskey shall 
be sold in its limits, as well as who shall 
hold its offices, and that they shall, none 
of them, be appointed by the Legislature 
or justices of the peace or any other au- 
thority except tne people. 

3. We refute in the proper spirit of just 
indignation the frequent threat of danger 
to the State from our coming into power, 
made by Democratic speakers and news- 
papers. The merest novice in political con- 
ditions must know Luat victory for us can 
come from the addition of one constituency 
alone — the men of the Farmers' Alliance and 
the People's party — to whom alone or in 
conjunction with Republicans the State 
owes the grreat upward movement in railroad 
regulation, in female education, in common 
school education, in L-.e preserving, care 
and encouragement of the University, A. 
and M. College and other State institutions, 
threatened then as now with ghost stories 
of their destruction; and we pledge our- 
selves to continue and perfect the com- 
mon school system, begun by the Repub- 
licans, until a good English education is in 
the reach of every cmid. 

We shall advocate one or more reforma- 
tories for youthful criminals, and pledge 
the people that, given power, no insane 
man or woman, white or black, shall lack 
the State's care, be the cost what ;(: may. 

4. We congratulate the people of the 
State upon the removal of the Atlantic 
and North Carolina Railroad from the 
sphere of active politics, but denounce the 
refusal of State Democratic officials to let 
the light of publicity shine upon the evi- 
dence taken benind closed doors which led 
to the lease of that piece of State prop- 
erty. 

Graft was admitted, but never suffered 
punishment, thus showing in marked con- 
trast a national Republican, as against a 
State Dtmocratic administration; and we 
further denounce the method of the Demo- 
cratic party in appointing an investigatilig 
committee of strictlj' partisan Democrats. 

5. If Democratic testimony is to be ta- 
ken, the present Corporation Commission 
exists chiefly for the purpose of drawing 



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OFFICIAL VOTE— 1906. 



salaries. We pledge ourselves to make it 
efficient. At present it is a laughing-stock 
of well-informed neople, but no less a bur- 
den upon the tax-payer. 

6. The Democratic party for years has 
vaunted its friendship for the Confederate 
soldiy;, while leaving him, in many cases, 
an object of charity. The Republicans by 
their votes in the General Assembly have 
ev .r shown their friendship for this most 
Munored class of our countrymen, now daily 
lessening in number. 

We advocate doubling the pittance now 
received by these veterans, and if we se- 
cure a legislative majority shall vote as 
we promise. 

7. We favor rigid restriction of the ser- 
vile immigration now coming to this coun- 
try from Europe, and shall aid by every 
means in our power to uphold the dignity 
and manhood of native American citizen- 
ship. 

We rejoice that sectionalism is a thing 
of the past. 

S. Wo favor the estaunshment of the Ap- 
palachian Park, and pledge any Republi- 
can Congressman elected from this State 
to be its friend; but its establishment 
must be the work of Republican states- 
manship and those its friends miscount 
who look to see It come from discredited 
Democratic bunglers in administration. 

P. We charge that the Democratic State 
administration has been costly beyond prece- 
dent without being efficient; that the dock- 
ets of the courts in very many counties re- 
main clogged, though judges and solici- 
tors have been increased in number and 
in pay. 

We are unalterably opposed to frauds 
upon the suffrage, and we believe that the 
great amount of crime and lawlessness that 
prevail and seem on the increase in our 
State, including lynchings, are due to the 
licentious tongues of Democratic orators 
and others who teach and advise that it is 
right to commit crime and fraud for the 
Democratic party. Honest men can see no 



difference between stealing a ballot and a 
horse — betwen a false return of the result 
of an election and a false oath in the court- 
house and a false verdict in the jury-box. 
That it is the sense of this convention 
that town and city poll-ta.x in North Car- 
olina should not exceed one dollar. 

And, whereas, some dissensions have 
arisen among Republicans on account of 
contests over appointments to Federal of- 
fices, which, with charges and counter- 
charges, have been given undue prominence 
by the Democratic press; and whereas, the 
Democratic party has been enabled to re- 
tain its hold upon the State government by 
appeals to race prejudice, references to the 
disorders and confusion resulting from the 
war and "the days of '68," as well as the 
manifold repetition of the statement that 
all Republicans are office-seekers: 

It is therefore now Resolved: That the 
State Executive Committee of the Repub- 
lican party be and it is hereby instructed 
to assemble, and each and every member 
thereof, in Greensboro, N. C, on the first 
day of September, 1906, and on the first 
days of March and September in each and 
every year hereafter, and shall then and 
there before adjournment consider applica- 
tions for appointment to all Federal offices 
in North Carolina the terms of which shall 
expire in the next six months, and to rec- 
ommend to the appointing power in each 
instance a suitable person for each posi- 
tion, except in such districts as are rep- 
resented by a Republican Congressman. 
That no application shall be considered un- 
less the applicant shall state in his appli- 
cation that he will submit to the action 
and recommendation of the committee 
without further contest. 

Resolved, That the executive committee 
in making recommendations for appoint- 
ment to Federal positions shall observe 
j well that the applicant has the support 
I of his local party friends, in addition to 
' being well qualified for the position. 



Official Vote for 1906 



FOR MEMBER NORTH CAROLINA COR- 
PORATION COMMISSION. 



Counties. 

Alamance . . . 

Alexander 

Alleghany 

Anson 

Ashe 

Beaufort . . . . 

Bertie 

Bladen 

Brunswick . . 
Buncombe . . 

Burke 

Cabarrus . . . . 
Caldwell . . . . 

Camden 

Carteret 



Franklin 

McNeill (D.) 

1,879 

885 

726 

1,150 

1,528 

1,658 

906 

1,082 

693 

3,007 

1,213 

1,595 

1,.S09 

312 

964 



Robert M. 

Douglas (R.) 

1,851 

924 

458 

54 

1,495 

768 

67 

449 

625 

2,162 

1,005 

1,416 

1,409 

42 

701 



Caswell 

Catawba . . 
Chatham . . 
Cherokee . . , 
Chowan ... 

Clay 

Cleveland . . 
Columbus . 
Craven . . . . 
Cumberland 
Currituck . 

Dare 

Davidson 

Davie 

Duplin 

Durham . . . 
Edgecombe 
Forsyth . . . 
Franklin . . 



809 


150 


1,769 


1.560 


1,569 


1,162 


804 


902 


519 


42 


314 


283 


1,904 


988 


1..580 


1,017 


1,226 


134 


1,530 


704 


427 


30 


431 


354 


2,118 


2,000 


720 


1,047 


1,609 


741 


1,457 


822 


1,463 


137 


2,457 


2,149 


1,869 


200 



CONGRESSIONAL VOTE. 



55 



1,756 
671 



652 
180 



Gaston 

Gates 

Graham 

Granville 

Greene 

Guilford 

Halifax 

Harnett 

Haywood 

Henderson . . . 

Hertford 

Hyde 

Iredell 

Jackson 

Johnston 

Jones 

Lenoir 

Lincoln 

Macon 

Madison 

Martin 

McDowell . . . . 
Mecklenburg . 

Mitchell 

Montgomery 

Moore 

Nash 

New Hanover. 
Northampton . 

Onslow 

Orange 

Pamlico 

Pasquotank . . 

Pender 

Perquimans . . 

Person 

Pitt 

Polk 

Randolph . . . . 
Richmond 

Robeson 

Rockingham . 

Rowan 

Rutherford . . . 

Sampson 

Scotland 

Stanly 

Stokes 

Surry 

Swain 

Transj'lvania . 
Tyrrell 



FOR CONGRESS— FIRST CONGRESSIONAL 



403 


410 


1,629 


478 


906 


213 


3.234 


1,685 


1,916 


149 


1,293 


800 


1,663 


858 


848 


1,204 


586 


113 


587 


229 


2,406 


1,539 


974 


909 


2,442 


2,088 


605 


171 


1,484 


583 


1,205 


807 


882 


922 


824 


1,5.52 


1,327 


255 


842 


862 


2,383 


449 


290 


1,1.56 


1,038 


945 


1,653 


1,052 


1.623 


864 


1,286 


65 


1,088 


91 


894 


276 


875 


489 


582 


415 


776 


141 


917 


98 


595 


277 


837 


567 


2,342 


630 


483 


531 


2,.395 


2,267 


681 


184 


2,470 


687 


1,802 


1,283 


2,324 


1,293 


1,894 


1,382 


1,199 


1,823 


593 


43 


1,515 


1,366 


1,220 


1,516 


1,827 


2,316 


514 


844 


515 


450 


413 


237 



Union 


856 

1,044 

3,354 

822 

495 

843 

2,158 

1,507 

1,547 

578 

1,012 


95 


Vance 


401 


Wake 


960 


Warren 


141 


Washington 

Watauga 


395 

1,192 

941 


Wavne 


Wilkes 

Wilson 


2,600 
426 


Yadkin 


1,313 

804 


Yancey 






Total 


123,272 
46,255 


77,017 


McNeill's majority. 



The Vote For Superior Jufle-es. 

There were six Judges elected, the totals 
and majorities being: 



FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

George W. Ward (D.) 123,477 

(No opposing candidate.) 

THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Owen H. Guion (D.) 123,6.32 

J. F. Duncan (R.) 70,017 

Guion's majority 53,615 

FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Oliver H. Allen (D.) 123,093 

Andrew J. Loftin (R.) 76,735 

Allen's majority 46,353 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

David S. Lewis (R.) 76,527 

Chatham Calhoun Lyon (D.) 123,088 

Lyon's majority 46,561 

NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

James Crawford Biggs (D.) 123,340 

William D. Merritt (R.) •... 76,537 

Biggs' majority 46,803 

TWELFTH JUDiaAL DISTRICT. 

James L. Webb (D.) 122,702 

John B. Spence (R.) 76,442 

Webb's majority 4«,260 



COUNTIES. 

Beaufort 

Camden 

Chowan 

Currituck 

Dare 

Gates 

Hertford . . . , 

Hyde 

Martin 

Pasquotank . 
Perquimans . 



Congressional Vote — 1906 

Pitt 2,413 571 

Tyrrell 455 227 

Washington 532 380 

Total 11,401 3,610 

R. H. Love 22 

Small's plurality... 7,791 

FOR CONGRESS— SECOND CONGRESSION- 
AL DISTRICT. 

Claude James R 

COUNTIES. Kitchin(D.) Gaskill(R.) 

Bertie 915 69 

Edgecombe 1,264 202 

Greene 922 203 



DISTRICT. 
John H. 
Small (D.) 

1,718 

312 
521 
429 
421 
668 

592 

639 

1,347 

764 

590 



John D. A. 
Wood (R.) 
727 

47 

44 

31 
350 
185 
116 
210 
242 
193 
287 



— ♦ 



56 



CONGRESSIONAL VOTE. 



Halifax 

Lenoir 

Northampton 

Warren 

Wilson 



Total 

Scattering vote.. 
Kitchin's plurality. 



1,920 
1,499 
1,108 
850 
1,579 

10,057 

17 

8,241 



122 
588 
77 
130 
425 



1,816 



FOR CX)NGRES&-THIRD CONGRESSIONAL 
DISTRICT. 

Charles R. William R. 



COUNTIES. 
Carteret . . . . 

Ci'aven 

Duplin 

Jones 

Onslow 

Pamlico 

Pender 

Sampson . . . . 
Wa3'ne 



Thomas(D.) Dixon(R.) 



Total 

Thomas' majority. 



997 

1,224 

1,654 

59? 

923 

602 

925 

1,220 

2,240 

10,382 
5,102 



658 
170 
734 
198 
274 
414 
92 
1,816 
924 

5,280 



FOR CONGRESS— FOURTH CONGRES- 
SIONAL DISTRICT. 

Edward W. Berrv 

COUNTIES. 

Chatham , 

Franklin , 

Johnston , 

Nash 

Vance , 

Wake 



'ou (D.) 


Godwin(R.) 


1,575 


1.192 


1,921 


197 


2,421 


2,110 


1,713 


407 


1,069 


405 


3,462 


959 



Total 

Pou's majority. 



12,161 
6,891 



5,270 



FOR CONGRESS— FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL. 
DISTRICT. 
William W. Charles A. 
COUNTIES Kitchin(D.) Reynolds(R.) 



Alamance 
Caswell . . . . 
Durham 
Forsyth 
Granville 
Guilford . . . 

Orange 

Person 

Rockingham 
Stokes 



1,897 

810 

1,494 

2,432 

1,638 

3,244 

895 

869 

1,957 

1,267 



1,852 
159 
813 

2,147 
508 

1,712 
488 
588 

1,310 

1,512 



Total 

Scattering vote.. 
Kitchin's plurality. 



16,503 

103 

5,414 



11,089 



FOR CONGRESS— SIXTH CONGRESSIONAL 
DISTRICT. 

Hannibal James B. 
COUNTIES. L. Godwin. Schulken. 

(D.) (R.) 

Bladen 1,064 475 

Brunswick 685 651 

Columbus 1,513 1,100 

Cumberland 1,4V7 751 

Harnett 1.275 847 



New Hanover 
Robeson 



Total 

Scattering vote.... 
Godwin's majority. 



1,263 
2,452 

9,729 

3 

5,084 



98 
723 



4,645 



FOR 



CONGRESS— SEVENTH CONGRES- 
SIONAL DISTRICT. 
COUNTIES. Robert N. Geo. D. B. 

Page(D.) Reynolds(.R.) 



Anson 

Davidson . . . 

Davie 

Montgomery 

Moore 

Randolph . . 
Richmond 
Scotland . . . 

Union 

Yadkin 



Total 

Page's majority. 



1,163 

2,120 

726 

1,027 

1,601 

2,379 

685 

612 

876 

591 

11,780 
2,772 



FOR CONGRESS— EIGHTH 
SIGNAL DISTRICT. 
COUNTIES. Richard N. 

Hacket 
(D) 

894 

749 

1,529 

1,605 

1,299 

2,443 

2,348 

1,526 

1,863 

945 

1,706 



Alexander 
Alleghany 

Ashe 

Cabarrus . 
Caldwell 
Iredell . . . 
Rowan . . . 
Stanly . . 
* Surry .. 
Watauga , 
Wilkss ... 



60 

1,987 

1,045 

967 

1,029 

2,272 

205 

38 

98 

1,307 

9,008 



CONGRES- 

E. Sponcer 
Blackburn 

(R.) 

909 

458 
1,480 
1,418 
1,445 
1,523 
1,287 
1.3.55 
2,292 
1,216 
2,458 



Total 16,907 15,841 

Hackett's plurality 1,066 

Scattering: John L. Gwaltney, 1; W. D. 
Turner, 1; 0. C. Dancy, 1. 



FOR CONGRESS— NINTH CONGRESSION- 
AL DISTRICT. 
COUNTIES. Edwin Y. Frank 

Webb (D.) Roberts (R.) 

Burke 

Catawba 

Cleveland 

Gaston 

Lincoln 

Madison 

MeckUnburg 

Mitchell 

Yancey 



Total 
Webb's 



majority. 



1,227 


1.009 


1,812 


1,556 


1,936 


984 


1,805 


651 


1,234 


811 


810 


1,564 


2,542 


434 


331 


1,187 


1,030 


792 



^ 



12,727 
3,739 



8,988 



FOR CONGRESS— TENTH CONGRESSION- 
AL DISTRICT. 

COUNTIES. William T. James J. 

Crawford (D.) Britt (R.) 

Buncombe 2,888 2.531 

Cherokee 825 936 

Clay 311 299 



OFFICIAL VOTE— 1904. 



57 



Graham 409 

Haywood 1,653 

Henderson 831 

Jackson 1,000 

McDowell 837 

Macon 890 

Polk 498 

Rutherford 1,901 

Swain 506 



407 
8G9 

1,247 
923 
882 
923 
536 

1,410 
848 



Transylvania 



520 



448 



Total 13,069 12,260 

Crawford s plurality 809 

Erastus R. Israel, 40, (Socialist.) 



* Surry taken out of Eighth and put in 
Fifth. 



Official Vote For President— 1904 



COUNTIES. 
Alamance . . 
Alexander . . 

Alleghany .. 
Anson . . . . 
Ashe .. .. 
Be;iufort . . . 

Bertie 

Bladen .. .. 
Brunswick . . 
liui'combe,. . 
turke .. .. 
Cabarrus . . . 
Caldwell . . 
Camden .. .. 
Carteret . . . , 
Caswell . . . . 
Catawba .. . 
Cliatham .. . 
Cherokee . . . 
Clu.wan . . . . 

Clay 

Cleveland . . 
Columbus . . 
Craven . . . . 
Cu'iiberland . 
Cinrituck .. . 

Dare 

Eavidson . . . 

Da^ie 

l>aplin . . . . 
Puiham 
Edgecombe . . 
Fersylh .. .. 
Franklin . . . 

Gaston 

Gates . . . . 
Graham .. .. 
Granville . . . 
Greene .. .. 
Guilford .. .. 
Halifax .. .. 
Harnett . . . . 
Haywood . . . 
Henderson 
Hertford . . . . 

Hvde 

Iredell .. ., 
Jackson .. .. 
Johnston . . , 

Jones 

Lenoir 



Parker. 
1,907 
770 

C99 

1,226 

1,254 

1,803 

1.264 

927 

564 

'il81 

1,080 

1,509 

1,169 

389 

1,012 

874 

1,497 

1,551 

663 

57.*? 

33P 

2,162 

1,447 

1,555 

1,.G94 

543 

415 

2,017 

739 

1,386 

1603 

1,588 

2,301 

2,099 

1,958 

677 

362 

1,595 

949 

2,763 

2,427 

1,169 

1,631 

887 

778 

614 

2,126 

1,015 

2,572 

638 

1,386 



Roosevelt. 

1,770 
937 
543 
207 

1,651 
^67 

2,552 
558 
487 

2,-501 

1,001 

1,254 

],41& 

99 

655 

201 

1,309 

1,477 
380 
148 
325 

1,036 
876 
2'38 

1,129 

.S3 

350 

2,054 

1,1172 
8)5 

1,080 
126 

2,209 
2S2 
fi96 
273 
401 
518 
283 

1,716 
181 
723 

1,125 

1,341 
1S6 
318 

1,510 
9i7 

1,553 
250 
674 



Lincoln .. .. 
Madison .. .. 
Martin . . , . 
.McDowell .. . 
Mecklenbui'g . 
Mitchell .. .. 
Montgomery .. 
Moore .. .. 

Nash 

New Hanover 
Northampton 
Onslow .. .. 
Orange .. .. 
Pamlico .. .. 
Pasquotank .. 
Pender.. 
Perquimans . . 
Person . . . . 

Pitt 

Polk 

Randolph .. ., 
Richmond .. 
Robeson . . . . 
Rockingham .. 
Rowan . . . . 
Rutherford.... 
S.impson.. .. 
Scotland .. .. 
Staiily .. .. 
Stokes . . . . 

Surry 

Swain .. .. 
Transylvania , 
Tynell .. .. 
Union . . . . 

Vance 

Wake 

W ai ren . . . . 
Washington . 
Watauga . . . 
Wayne . . . . 

Wilkes 

Wilsoa . . . . 

Yadkin 

Yancey 



1,009 


671 


994 


1,959 


1,419 


216 


836 


931 


3,142 


748 


408 


1,384 


937 


858 


1,424 


1,178 


1,428 


645 


1,254 


91 


1,502 


116 


828 


451 


900 


558 


574 


438 


947 


275 


903 


168 


610 


378 


942 


473 


2,329 


429 


497 


559 


2,334 


1,308 


927 


306 


2,274 


982 


3,934 


1,273 


2,424 


1,215 


1.860 


1,322 


1.079 


1,(77 


046 


65 


1,024 


1.080 


1.104 


1,478 


1.741 


2,475 


499 


828 


556 


526 


343 


.367 


1.181 


■r<9 


1,019 


i43 


3,410 


1,267 


1.060 


165 


450 


428 


773 


1,U3 


2,060 


1,162 


1,318 


?,4.-0 


1,363 


023 


691 


1,433 


1,0] 3 


864 



Total 124,121 

Swallow, (Pro.): Total, 361. 
Watson, (Pop.): Total, 819. 
Debs, (Socialist) : 124. 



Popular Vote for President — 1904 



82,442 



STATES. 
Alabama . 
Arkansas . 



Roosevelt. 
22,472 
46,860 



Parker. 

79,857 

64,434 



California 205.226 

Colorado 134,687 

Connecticut 111,089 



89,294 

100,105 

72,909 



I 



?s 



ELECTORAL VOTE. 



Delaware 23,714 

Florida 8,314 

Georgia 24,003 

Idaho 47,7a3 

Illinois 632,045 

Indiana 369,289 

Iowa 307,907 

Kamas 210,&73 

Kentucky 205,277 

Louisiana 5,205 

Maine 64,437 

♦Maryland 109,497 

Massachusetts 257,822 

Michigan 361,866 

Minnesota 216,651 

Mibsiasippi 3,147 

Missouri 321,447 

Montana 34,392 

Ntbraska 138,558 

Nevada 6,867 

New Hampshire . . . . 54,179 

New Jersey 245,164 

New York 859,533 

Korth Carolina.. .. 82,442 

North Dakota 52,595 



19,360 

27,046 

83,472 

18,480 

327,607 

274,345 

149,141 

84,800 

217.1V0 

47,708 

27.630 

**109,446 

165,746 

134,151 

55,187 

53,380 

295,847 

21,773 

51,876 

3,;JS2 

33,905 

104,566 

683,981 

124,121 

14,253 



Ohio 600,096 344,674 

Oregon 60,455 17,521 

Pennsylvania .. . ,. 840,Si9 337,998 

Rhode Island 41.605 24.8:^9 

South Carolina .. .. 2.271 52,863 

South Dakota 72,583 22,002 

lennessee 105,369 131,653 

Toas 50,308 l'i7,2u'0 

Utah 62.444 33,413 

Vermont 46,682 9,777 

Virginia 46,450 80,6.'.8 

Washington 101, .'304 28,098 

West Virginia .... 131;.608 100.850 

Wisconsin 280,164 124,107 

Wyoming 20,489 8,930 

Totals 7,627,632 5,080,054 

(*) One Republican electo) ; (••) high- 
est Democratic e-ector. 

VOTE FOR OTHER CANDIDATES. 
Debs, (Socialist), 391,587; Swallow, (rrohi- 
bitionist), 260,303; Watson, (Peoples), 114,- 
6o7; Corregan, (.Socialist Labor), 33,453; 
HolconiD, '^Continental Labor), 830. 



Electoral Vote of North Carolina. 



First election, 1788, North Carolina did 
not vote, not having ratified the Consti- 
tution. 

1792 — George Washington and John Adams, 
12 votes. 

1796 — John Adams, 1; Thomas Jefferson, 11; 
Thomas Pinckney, 1; Aaron Burr, 6; 
James Iredell, 3; George Washington, 1; 
C. C. Pinckney, 1. 

1800— Thomas Jefferson, 8; Aaron Burr, 8; 
John Adams, 4; C. O. Pinckney, 4. 

1804— For President, Thomas Jefferson, 14; 
for Vice-President, George Clinton, 14. 

1808 — For President, James Madison, 11; 
C. C. Pinckney, 3. For Vice-President, 
George Clinton, 11; Rufus King, 3. 

1812 — President, James Madison, 15; Vice- 
President, Elbridge Gerry, 15. 

1816 — President, James Monroe, 15; Vice- 
President, D. D. Tompkins, 15. 

1820— Same as in 1816. 

1824 — President, Andrew Jackson, 15; Vice- 
President, John C. Calhoun, 15. 

1828— Same as 1824. 

1832 — President, Andrew Jackson, 15; Vice- 
President, Martin Van Buren, 15. 

1836— President, Martin Van Buren, 15; 
Vice-President, R. M. Johnson, 15. 

1840— President, William H. HaiTison, 15; 
Vice-President, John Tyler, 15. 



1S44— President, Henry Clay, 11; Vice- 
President, Theodore Frelinghausen, 11. 

1848— President, Zachary Taylor, 11; Vice- 
President, M. Fillmore, 11. 

1852- President, Franklin Pierce, 10; Vice- 
President, William R. King, 10. 

1856 — President, James Buchanan, 10; Vice- 
President, J. C. Breckenridge, 10. 

1S60— President, J. O. Breckenridge, 10; 
Vice-President, Josep'i Lane, 10. 

1864- No vote. 

1S68— President, U. S. Grant, 9; Vice-Pres- 
ident, Schulver Colfax, 9. 

1872— President, U. S. Grant, 10; Vice-Pres- 
ident, Henry Wilson, 10. 

1876— President, Samuel J. Tilden, 10; 
Vice-President, Thos. A. Hendricks, 10. 

1880— President, Winfield S. Hancock, 10; 
Vice-President, W. E. English, 10. 

1884 — President, Grover Cleveland, 11; 
Vice-President, Thos. A. Hendricks, 11. 

1&S8— President, Grover Cleveland, 11; Vice- 
President, Allen G. Tliurman, 11. 

1892 — President, Grover Cleveland, 11; Vice- 
President, Adlai E. Stevenson, 11. 

1896— President, William J. Bryan, 11; 
Vice-President, Arthur Sewall, 11. 

1900— President, William J. Bryan, 11; 
Vice-President, Adlai E. Stevenson, 11. 

1904— President, Alton B. Parker, 11; Vice- 
I President, Henry G. Davis, 11. 



State Officers — Past and Present. 



GOVERNORS OF THE STATE. 

UNDER LORD PROPRIETORS. 

1?85-15S7— Ralph Lane. 

1587— John White. 

1663-1667— William Drummond. 

1667-1673— Samuel Stephens. 

1673-1677 — Sir George Eastchurch, — . — . 



Miller, John Culpepper. 
11-80-1681- John Jenkins. 
1081-1683— Henry Wilkinson. 
1683-1689— Seth Sothel. 
1689-169.3- Philip Ludwell. 
1693-1695— Major Alexander Lillington. 
1695-1699— Thomas Harvev. 
1(99-1704— Henderson Walker. 



STATE OFFICERS— PAST AND PRESENT. 



59 



1704 
1705 
1707 
1710 
1712 
1713 
1722- 
1722 
1"24 
1725- 
1725 

1730 
1731- 
1752 
1753 
1754 
1765 
1771 

1776 
1779 
1781 
1782 
1784 
1787 
1789 
1792 

1795 
1798 
1799 
ir-02 
1805- 
1807 
1808 
1810 
1811 
1814 
1817- 
1820 
1821 
1824 
1827- 
1828 
1830 
1832 
1835- 
J837- 
1841 
1845 
1S49. 
1851 
1S54 
1855- 
1859 
1861 
1863 
1&65 

1866 
1869 
1870 
1874' 
1877 
1878 
1885 
1889 
1891 
1893 
1S97 
1901 



1705— Col. Robert Daniel. 

1707 — Thomas Cai-ev. 

1710— William Glover. 

1712— Edward Hyde. 

1713— Col. Thomas Pollock. 

1722— Charles Eden. 

-Col. Thomas Pollock. 

1724— William Reed. 

1725 — George Burrington. 
I — Edward Moseley. 
— Sir Richard Everard. 

UNDER THE CROWN. 

1731 — George Burrington. 

-Gabriel Johnston. 

175.3 — Nathaniel Rii^e. 

1754 — Col. Matthew Rowan. 

1765 — .\rthur Dobbs. 

1771— William Tryrn. 

— Josiah Martin. 

ELECTED GOVERNORS. 
-1779— Richard Caswell, of Lenoir. 

1781 — Abner Nash, of Craven. 

1782 — Thomas Burke, of Orange. 



1784— Alexander Martin, of Guilford. 

1787 — Richard Caswell, of Lenoir. 

1789 — Samuel Johnston, of Chowan. 

1792 — .\lexander Martin, of Guilford. 

1795— Richard Dobbs Speight, of 
Craven. 

1798 — Sam. Ashe, of New Hanover. 

1799— William R. Davie, of Halifax. 

1802 — Benjamin Williams, of Moore. 

1805 — James Turner, of Warren. 

1807 — Nat. Alexander, of Mecklenburg. 

180S — Benjamin Williams, of Moore. 

1810— David Stone, of Bertie. 

1811— Benj. Smith, of Brunsw^ick. 

1814 — Wm. Hawkins, of Warren. 

1817 — William Jtillor. of Warren. 

1820— John Branch, of Halifax. 

1821 — Jesse Franklin, of Surry. 

1824 — Gabriel Holmes, of Sampson. 

1827— Hutchins B. Brown, of Halifax. 

1828— James Iredell, of Cliowan. 

1830 — John Owen, of Bladen. 

1832— Montford Stokes, of Wilkes. 

1835 — D. L. Swain, of Buncombe. 

18.37— R. D. Speight. Jr., of Craven. 

1841— E. B. Dudley, of New Hanover. 

1845 — John M. Morehead, of Guilford. 

1849 — Wm. A. Graham, of Orange. 

1851 — Charles Manly, of Wake. 

1854- D. S. Reid, ' of Rockingham. 

1855 — Warnn Winslow, of Cumberland. 

18.59 — Thos. Bragg, of Northampton. 

1861— .Tohn W. Ellis, of Rowan. 

186.3— Henry T. Clarke, of Edgecombe. 

1865 — Zebulon B. Vance, of Buncombe. 

•1866— W. W. Holden, of Wake, Pro- 
visional Governor. 

1869— Jonathan Worth, of Randolph. 

1870— Wm. W. Holden, of Wake. 

1874— Tod R. Caldwell, of Burke. 

1877 — Curtis H. Brogden, of Wayne. 

1878 — Z. B. Vance, of Buncombe. 

188.5— Thomas J. J.irvis. of Pitt. 

1880— Alfred M. Scales, of Guilford. 

1891— Daniel G. Fowle, of Wake. 

189.3- Thos. M. Holt, of Alamance. 

1897 — Elias Carr, of Edgecombe. 

1901— D. L. Russell, of New Hanover. 

1905 — Chas. B. Aycock, of Wayne. 



1905-1909— Robert B. Glenn, of Forsyth. 

Railroad Coninii.ssioners. 

1891-1899— James W. Wilson, of Burke. 
1891-1895— T. W. Mason, of Northampton. 
1>"91-1897— E. C. Beddii.gfleld, of Wake. 
1895-1899— S. Otho Wilson, of Wake. 
1897-190.3— D. H. Abbott, of Pamlico. 
1897-1899— Jno. H. Pearson, of Burke. 
li.97-lS99— L. C. Caldwell, of Iredell. 
1899-1912— F. McNeill, of New Hanover. 
1899-1910— Sam. L. Rogers, of Macon. 
1902-1908— E. C. Beddingfield, of Wake. 

State Comptroller. 

1^83 — John Craven. 
1808— Samuel Goodwin. 
1825 — Joseph Hawkins. 
1827 — John L. Henderson. 
. . . . — James Grant. 
1834 — Nathan Stedman. 
1836— William F. Collins. 
1851— William J. Clarke. 
1; 55 — George W. Brook'. 
1857 — Curtis H. Brogden. 
1867— S. W. Burgin. 

State Auditors. 

1869 — Henderson Adams, of Davidson. 
1873 — John Reilly, of Cumberland. 
1877 — Samuel L. Love, cf Havwood. 
1881— William P. Roberts, of Gates. 
1885— William P. Roberts, of Gates. 
1889— George W. Sanderlin, of Wayne. 
1893 — Robert M. Furman. of Buncombe. 
1897— Hal W. Ayer, of Wake. 
1901 — Benjamin F. Dixon, of Cleveland. 
1905 — Benjamin F. Dixon, of Cleveland. 

Commissioners of Labor. 

18S7-1889— W. N. Jones, of Wake. 
1889-1893— J. C. Scarborough, of Johnston. 
1893-1897— B. R. Lacy, of Wake. 
1897-1899— Jas. Y. Hamriek, of Cleveland. 
1899-1901— B. R. Lacy, of Wake. 
1901-1909— H. B. Varner, of Davidson. 

Former Commissioners of Agri- 
culture. 

1877— L. L. Polk, of Anson; M. McGehee, 

of Person. 
1887 — John Robinson, of Anson; Samuel L. 

Patterson, of Caldwell. 
1896— John R. Smith, jf Wayne. 
1897 — J. M. Mewborne, of Lenoir. 
1898- Samuel L. Patterson, of Caldwell. 

Secretartes of State. 

1777 — .Tames Glasgow. 
1778— William White. 
1811— William Hill. 
18.59— Rufus H. Page. 
1863— J. P. H. Russ. 
1.S64— Charles R. Thomas. 
1866— R. W. Best. 
1868 — Henry J. Menninger. 
1872— William H. Howerlon. 
1877 — Joseph A. Engelhara. 
1881 — William L. Saunoers. 
188.5— William L. Saundirs. 
1889— William L. Saunders. 
1891- Octavius Coke. 
1893— Octavius Coke. 



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STATE OFFICERS— PAST AND PRESENT. 



If95— Chas. M. Cooke. 
1S97 — CjTus Thompson. 
lUOl — J. Brj-an Grimes. 
1905— J. Bryan Grimes. 

State Treasurers. 

1776— Richard Caswell, Samuel Johnston. 
1777 — Nemucan Hunt. 
17S7 — John Ha\'^\'Ood. 
1S27— William S. Rober+s. 
]830— Robert H. Burton. 

— William S. Wilson 

1835— Samuel F. Patterson. 
1S37— Daniel W. Courts. 
1839— Charles L. Hinton. 
181.3- John H. Wheeler. 
1845— Charles L. Hinton. 
1S52— Daniel W. Courts. 
1«63— Jonathan Worth. 
1865— William Sloan. 
1866— Kemp P. Battle. 
]b69 — David A. Jenkins. 
1873— David A. Jenkins. 
Ib77— John M. Worth. 
lirSl— John M. Worth. 
1885— Donald W. Bain. 
1889— Donald W. Bain. 
189.3— S. McD. Tate. 
1,097— William H. Worth. 
1901 — Benjamin R. Lacy. 
1905 — Benjamin R. Lacy. 

Secretai'ies of Navy. 

North Carolina has furnished only four 
Cabinet officers, and ea-^h of the four was 
Secretary of the Navy. They were: 

John Branch — Appointed March 9, 1829. 

Geo. E. Badger — Appointed March 5, 
1841. 

W. A. Graham— Appointed July 20, 1850. 

J. C. Dobbin— Appointed March 5, 1853. 

Presidents of U. S. Senate. 

North Carolina has furnished three 
Presidents pro tempore of the United 
States Senate. They were: 

Jesse Franklin — Elected March, 1804. 

Nathaniel Macon— Elected Mav, 1826. 

Willie P. Mangum— Elected May, 1842. 

Speaker of U. S. House. 

North Carolina has furnished only one 
Speaker of the United States House. 
Nathaniel Macon was three times chosen 
Speaker, and presided over the Seventh, 
Eighth, and Ninth Cougresses. 

United States Senators. 

1789-1793— Samuel Johnston. 
1793-1799— Ale.xafider Martin. 
1783-1795-»Benjamin Hawkins. 
1795-1801— Timothy Bloodworth. 
1S05-1816— James Turner. 
1S07-1S1.3— Jesse Franklin. 
lSOl-1807— David Stone. 
1813-1814- David Stone. 
1805-1816— James Turner. 
1814-1815— Francis Loche. 
1815-1S28— Nathaniel Macon. 
1816-1823— Montford Stokes. 
1823-1829— John Branch. 
1828-1831- James Iredell. 
1829-1841- Bedford Brown. 



1831-1837- W. P. Mangum. 
1837-1841— Robert Strange. 
1841-1847— W. P. Mangum. 
1841-1843— AVilliam A. Graham. 
1843-1846— William H. Haywood. 
1S46-1855— George E. Badger. 
:S48-1853— W. P. Mangum. 
1849-1851- Thomas Bragg. 
1854-1858— Asa Biggs. 
1854-1859— D. S. Reid. 
1859-1861- T. L. Clingman. 
1867-1871— Joseph C. Abbott. 
1S67-1873— John Pool. 
1872-1895— Matthew W. Ransom. 
1873-1879— A. S. Merrimon. 
:S79-1S94— Zebulon B. Vance. 
1S94-1S95— Thomas J. Jarv-is. 
1895-1903— Jeter C. Pritchard. 
1895-1901- Marion Butler. 
1901-1913— F. M. Simmons. 
1903-1909— Lee S. Overman. 

Speakers of the Senate. 

1777 — Samuel Ashe. 
1778 — Allen Jones. 
1779 — Abner Nash. 
1780-1781- Alexander Martin. 
17S2-'3-'4— Richard Caswell. 
1786 — James Coor. 
17S7-1788— Alexander Martin. 
1"89 — Charles Johnson. 
1790-'91-'92-'93-'94— William Lenoir. 
1795-'96-'97-'98-'99— Benjamin Smith. 
1^00-'01-'02-'03-'a4— Josenh Riddick. 
1805 — Alexander Martin. 
lS06-'7-'8-'9-'10-'ll— Joseph Riddick. 
1S12-*13-'14— George Outlaw. 
1S15 — John Branch. 
1817-'18-'19-'20-'21-'22-'23-'24-'25-'26-'27— 

Bartlett Yancey. 
1S28— .Jesse Speight. 
1829— Bedford Brown. 
1S30-1S31— David F. Caldwell. 
lf'o2-'33-'34-'35— William D. Mosely. 
l&36-'37— Hugh Waddell. 
]8.'^8-'.39-'40-'41— Andrew Joyner. 
1842-184.3— Louis D. Wilson. 
IS 44-1845— Burgess S. Gaither. 
1846-1847— Andrew Joyner. 
1848-1849— Calvin Grave,!. 
1850-"51-'52-"53— Weld'on N. Edwards. 
1854-1855 — Warren Winslow. 
1 856-1 857— W. W. Avery. 
1859-1860— H. I. Clark. 
1862-1864— Giles Mebane. 
1866— M. E. Manly. 
1868-1870— Tod R. Caldwell. 
1871— E. J. Warren. 
1S7:^— C. H. Brogden. 
1875— R. F. Armfield. 
1877 — Thomas J. Jarvis. 
1879— R. F. Armfield. 
1881 — James L. Robinson. 
1885- Charles M. Stedman. 
1889— Thomas M. Holt. 
1803— Rufus A. Doughton. 
1897— Charles A. Revnolds. 
1901— Wilfred D. Turner. 
1905— Francis D. Winston. 

Speakers of tlie House. 
1777 — .\bner Nash. 



JUDICIAL OFFICERS— PAST AND PRESEJJT. 



61 



1778 — Thomas Benbury. 

1779 — Thomas Benbury. 

IVSO — Thomas Benbury. 

17S1 — Tliomas Benbury. 

1782 — Thomas Benbury. 

1783— Edward Starkey. 

17S4 — Thomas Benbury. 

1785— Wm. Blount, R. D. Speight. 

1786— John B. Ashe. 

]7S7 — John Sitgreeve. 

1"88 — Stephen Cabarrus. 

1789 — Stephen Cabarrus. 

1790 — Steplien Cabarrus. 

1791 — Stephen Cabarrus. 

1^92 — Stephen Cabarrus. 

1793— John Leigh. 

1794— Timothy Bloodwwth. 

1795 — John Leigh. 

179G — Mussendine Matthews. 

1V97 — Mussendine Matthews. 

179S — Mussendine Matth( \vs. 

1799 — Mussendine Matthews. 

1800 — Stephen Cabarrus. 

1801— Stephen Cabarrus. 

1802 — Stephen Cabarrus. 

1S0.3— Stephen Cabarnis. 

18C4— Stephen Cabarrus. 

1805- Stephen Cabarrus. 

1806— Joshua G. Wright. 

1808— William Gaston. 

1809— Thomas Davis. 

1810— William Hawkins. 

1811— John Steele. 

1812— William Miller. 

1813- William Miller. 

1814— Frederick Nash. 

1815 — John Craig. 

1816 — James Iredell. 

1817 — James Iredell. 

1818 — James Iredell. 

1819- R. M. Saunders. 

1820- R. M. Saunders. 

1821 — James Mebane. 

1822- John D. Jones. 

1823- Alfred Moore. 

1824— Alfred Moore. 

1825 — John Stanly, James Iredell. 

1826- John Stanly. 

1827— Thomas Settle. 

1828— Thomas Settle. 

1829— William J. Alexander. 

1830— Charles Fisher. 

1831— Charles Fisher. 

1832— Louis D. Henry. 



183.3- William J. Alexander. 

]?34— William J. .\lexander. 

1835— W. H. Haywood. 

1836— W. II. Haywood. 

1837— W. H. Haywood. 

1838— Wm. A. Graham. 

1839— Wm. A. Graham. 

J840— Wm. A. Graham. 

1841— Wm. A. Graham. 

1842— Calvin Graves. 

1843- Calvin Graves. 

1844— Edward Stanly. 

1845- Edward Stanly. 

1846— Edward Stanly. 

1S47— Edward Stanly. 

184S— R. B. Gilliam. 

1849— R. B. Gilliam. 

1S50 — James C. Dobbin. 

1S51 — James C. Dobbin. 

1852— John Baxter. 

1853— John Baxter. 

1854— Samuel P. Hill. 

1855- Samuel P. Hill. 

1856— Jesse G. Shepherd. 

1S57 — Jesse G. Shepherd. 

1857— Thomas Settle. 

1858— Thomas Settle. 

1859- William T. Dorteh. 

1862- R. B. Gilliam and N. N. Fleming. 

1864— R. S. Donnell. 

1862- M. S. Bobbins. 

1863— Thomas Settle. 

1865— R. Y. McAden. 

1867— S. F. Phillips. 

1868— Joseph W. Holden. 

1870-1871- T. J. Jarvis. 

1873 — James L. Robinson. 

1875 — James L. Robinson. 

1877 — Charles Price. 

1879 — John M. Moring. 

1881— Charles M. Cooke. 

1883— George M. Rose. 

1885- Thomas M. Holt. 

1887— John R. Webster. 

1889 — Augustus Leazar. 

1891— Rufus A. Doughton. 

1893— Lee S. Overman. 

1895- Zeb. Vance Walser. 

1897— A. F. Hileman. 

1899— H. G. Connor. 

1901— W. E. Moore. 

190.3— S. M. Gattis. 

1905— O. H. Guion. 

1907— E. J. Justice. 



\ 



I 



Judicial Officers — Past and Present. 



Chief Justices of Supreme Court. 

1811— John Louis Taylor. 
1829 — Leonard Henderson. 
1833— Thomas Ruffin. 
1852— Frederick Nash. 
1858 — Richmond M. Pearson. 
1878— William N. H. Smith. 
1889 — Augustus S. Merriman. 
1892— James E. Shepherd. 
1895— William T. Faircloth. 
1901— David M. Furches. 
1903— Walter Clark. 

Associate Justices. 
1811-1818— John Hall, Samuel Lowrie, Ed- 



ward Harris, Duncan Cameron, T. Ruffin, 
Francis Loche, Leonai^d Henderson, Hen- 
ry Scawell, Jos. J. Daniel, Robert H. 
Burton. 

1829— John D. Toomer. 

1833— William Gaston. 

1844— Theodore Nash. 

1848— William H. Rattle, R. M. Pearson. 

1859- Matthias E. Manly. 

1866— Edwin G. Reade. 

1870- William B. Rodman, Robert P. Dick, 
Thomas Settle. 

1871 — Nathaniel Bovden. 
1874- William P. Bynum. 



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JUDICIAL OFFICERS —PAST AND PRESENT. 



1877— William T. Faiicloth. 

1879— Thos. S. Ashe, John H. Dillard. 

1S81— Thomas Ruffin. 

1883— Augustus S. Merrimon. 

1S87 — Joseph J. Davis. 

18SS— A. C. Aver.v, J. E. Shepherd. 

1S89— Walter Clark. 

1892 — J. C. MacRae, Armistead Burwell. 

1895— W. A. Montgomery, David M. 
Furches. 

1897— Robert M. Douglas. 

1903- Henry Groves Connor, Piatt D. Wal- 
ker. 

1905— William A. Hoke, Ceo. H. Brown. 
Clerks of Supreme CXrnrt. 

1814 — Edward B. Freeman, of Raleigh. 

1847 — James R. Dodge, of Morgantou. 

1868— Charles B. Root, of Wake. 

1870 — W. H. Bagley, ot Perquimans. 

1886— Thomas S. Kenan, of Wilson. 
Supreme Court Reporters. 

1838— Thos. P. Dpvereux W. H. Battle. 

184.3— James Iredell. 

18-52 — Perrin Busbee. 

1853— Hamilton C. Jones. 

1803— Ham. C. Jones, P, H. Winston. 

1S66— S. F. Phillips. 

1871- J. M. McCorkle. 

1872- W. M. Shipp. 

1873— T. L. Hargrove. 

1877 — Thomas S. Kenan. 

1885— Theodore F. Davidson. 

1893-1898— Robert T. Gray. 

1898— Ralph P. Buxton. 

iron — Zebulon Vance Walser. 

1905— J. C. Biggs. 

1907— Robert C. Strong. 

Marshals of Supreme Court. 

1849- J. T. C. Wiatt. 
1882- Robert H. Bradley. 

Attorney-Generals. 

1777-1779— Waightstill A%ery, Burke. 

1779 — James Iredell, Chr.wan. 

1790-1791 — Alfred Moore. Brunswick. 

1791-1894— .John Ha^-wood, Halifax. 

1794-180.3— Blake Baker, Edg°combe. 

1803-1808— Henry Seawell, Wake. 

1808— J. L. Taylor, Cumberland; Oliver 

Fitts, Warren. 
1810 — William Miller Warren. 
1810-1816— Hutchins S. Burton. Halifax. 
1816-182.5— William Drew, Halifax. 
1825-1828— James F. Taylor. Wake. 
1828 — Robert H. Jones, Warren; R. M. 

Saunders, Caswell. 
1834— John R. J. Daniel, Halifax. 
1840— Hugh McQueen, Chatham. 
1842- Snier Whitaker, Halifax. 
1846— Edward Stanlv. Beaufort. 
1848— B. F. Moore, Halifax. 
1851 — William Eaton, Jr., Warren. 
1852- Matt. W. Ransom, Warren. 
1855— J. B. Batchelor, Wake. 
1856— W. H. Bail"y, Mecklenburg; W. A. 

Jenkins, Warren. 
1862— Sion H. Rogers, Wake. 
1868 — William Coleman, Cabarrus. 
1869— Lewis P. Olds. Wake. 
1871— W. M. Shipp. Mecklenburg. 
1873-1877- T. L. Hargrove, Granville. 
1877-1885— Thomas S. Kenan, Wilson. 



1885-1893- T. F. Davidson, Buncombe. 
1893-1897— Frank I. Osberne, Mecklenburg. 
1897-1909- Robert D. Gilmer, Haywood. 
Former Judges of Superior Court 
1777-1790 — John Williams, of Granville; 
Samuel Ashe, New Hanover; Samuel 
Spencer, of Anson. 
1790— S. McCoy, of Rowan. 
1794 — John Haywood, of Halifax. 
1798 — .\lfred Moore, of Brunswick. 
1798— John Louis Taylor of Cumberland. 
1860 — Samuel Johnston, of Chowan. 
1800— John Hill, of Warren. 
1803- Francis Locke, of Rowan. 
179-5— David Stone, of Bertie. 
1806— Samuel LowTie, of Mecklenburg. 
1808— Blake Baker, of Warren. 
1808 — Leonard Henderson, of Granville. 
1808 — Joshua Wright, of New Hanover. 
1811-181.3- Henry Seawell. of Wake. 
1811 — Edward Harris, of Craven. 
1814— Duncan Ruffin, of Orange. 
1816— Thomas Ruffin, of Orange. 
1M6— Joseph J. Daniel, of Halifax. 
1818 — Robert H. Burton, of Lincoln. 
1818- John Parton, of Rutherford. 
1818— John D. Toomer, of Cumberland. 

1818 and 1836— Fred. Nash, of Orange. 
1818— Archibald D. Murphey, of Orange. 
1819 — James Iredell, of Chowan. 

1819 — John R. Donnell, of Craven. 

1819 and 1828— AV. P. :SIangum, of Orange. 
1820 — William Norwood, of Orange. 
1820— George E. Badger, of Wake. 

1826— Robert Strange, of Cumberland. 

1826 — James Martin, of Rowan. 

1830 — David L. Swain, of Buncombe. 

1832— Thomas Settle, of Rockingham. 

1835 and 1852- Romulus M. Saunders. 

1840— Edward Hall, of Warren. 

1835— John M. Dick, of Guilford. 

1836 — John L. Bailey, of Pasquotank. 

18.36 — Richmond M. "Pearson, of Da\ie. 

1844— David F. Caldwell, of Rowan. 

1840— M. E- Manly, of Craven. 

1848 — .\ug. Moore, of Chatham. 

1849— W- H. Battle, of Edgecombe. 

1848— John W. Ellis, of Rowan. 

L'54— S- J- Person, of Granville. 

1859— R. R. Heath, of Granville; J. G. 
Shepherd, of Cumberland. 

1859— James W. Osborne, of Mecklenburg; 
George Howard, Jr., of Edgecombe. 

1S60— R. S. French, of Robeson. 

1861- Thomas Ruffin, .Ir., of Orange. 

1862— John Kerr, of Caswell; Robert . B. 
Gilliam, of Gran\-ille. 

1863— Edwin G. Reade, of Person; Wm. 
M. Shipp, of Mecklenburg. 

1S65— David A. Barnes, of Hertford; R. 
P. Buxton, of Cumberland; D. G. 
Fowle, of Wake; Anderson Mitchell, 
Aug- S. Merrimon. of Buncombe; Ed- 
ward J. Warren, of Beaufort. 

1868— Alexander Little, C. N. Cilley, ot 
Caldwell. 

1870— C. C. Poole, of Pasquotank; C. R. 
Thomas, of Craven; Daniel L. Rus- 
sell, of Brunswick; A. AV. Tourgee, of 

Guilford; George W. Logan, of Rutherford; 

E. AV. Jones, of ; S. W. Watts, 

of Martin; John M. Cloud, of Fors}i;h; 



INDEBTEDNESS AND RESOURCES OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



63 



James L. Henry, of Buncombe; Riley A. 
Cannon, of Jackson. 

1S71— \Vm. A. Moore, of Cliowan; Wm. J. 
Clarke, of Craven. 

1872— Jonathan W. Albertson, of Pasquo- 
tank. 

1875— Mills .E Eure, of Gates; A. S. Sey- 
mour, of Craven; A. A. McKoy, of Samp- 
son; John KeiT, of Caswell; David 
Schenck, of Lincoln. 

1877— William R. Cox, of Wake; D. M. 
Furches, of Iredell. 

1879 — Jesse F. Graves, of Surry; Alphonso 
C. Avery, of Burke; James C. L. Gud- 
ger, of Haywood. 

1881- Risden "X. Bennett, of Anson; John 
A. Gilmer, of Guilford: William M. 
Shipp, of Mecklenburg?. 

1883- James E. Shepherd, of Beaufort; 
Fred. Phillips, of Eda:ecombe; James C. 
MacRae, of Cumberland. 

1SS5— H. G. Connor, of Wilson; Walter 
Clark, of Wake; W. J. Montgomery, of 
Cabarrus. 

1SS7— Ed\\-in T. Boykin, of Sampson; Jas. 
M. Merrimon, of Buncombe. 

1889— George H. Brown, Jr., of Beaufort; 
R. F. Armfield, of iredell; John Grey 
Bynum, of Burke. 



1S91 — Henry R. Bryan, of Craven; Spier 
Whitaker, of Wake; Robert W. Win- 
ston, of Granville; J. D. Mclver, of 
Moore; W. A. Hoke, of Lincoln. 

1893- G. A. Shuford, of Buncombe. 

1895— E. W. Timbcrlake. of Franklin; W. 
S. 0"B. Robinson, of Wayne; A. W. 
Graham, of Granville; A. L. Coble, of 
Iredell; H. R. Starbuck, of Forsyth; L. 
L. Greene, of Watauga; W. L. Nor- 
wood, of Haywood. 

1S97— S. B. Adams, of Caswell; Oliver H. 
Allen, of Lenoir. 

1899— T. J. Shaw, of Guilford; T. A. 
McNeill, of Robeson; J. W. Bowman, of 
Mitchell; Frederick Moore, of Buncombe. 

1900— William B. Councill, of Watauga. 

1901— Francis D. Winston, of Bertie; Wal- 
ter H. Neal, of Scotland; M. H. Justice, 
of Rutherford; Georg.j A. Jones, of Ma- 
con. 

19C2— Robert B. Peebles, of Northampton; 
Chas. M. Cooke, of Franklin: Wm. R. Al- 
len, of Wayne; Benj. F. Long, of Ire- 
dell; Erastus B. Jones, of Forsythe; Gar- 
land S. Ferguson, of Haywood. 

1904 — George W. War.l, of Pasquotank; 
James L .Webb, of Cleveland. 

1906— O. H. Guion, of Craven; C. C. Lyon, 
of Bladen; J. C. Biggs, of Durham. 



Indebtedness and Resources of North Carolina. 



(From Commercial and Financial Clironicle.) 

Admitted as a State One of Original Thirteen. 

Total area of State (square miles) 52,250 

State Capital RaKigh 

Governor (term expires January, 1909) Robert h. Glenn 

Secretary of State (term expires January, 1909) J. B. Grimes 

Treasurer (term expires Januarv 1, i:W9) B. R. I.:icy 

LEGISLATURE meets biennially in odd years on the Wednesday after the first Mon- 
day in January, and there is no limit to length of sessions, but if sessions are con- 
tinued longer than 60 days members "shall serve without compensation." 

STATE DEBT. — The old debt, excepting such as is not recognized, has mostly been 
funded under the funding laws of 1879, the time prescribed for the exchange having 
been extended to January 1, 1909. These laws provided for the issue of (1) consoli- 
dated 4 per cent, bonds due in 1910 to fund old ante-war bonds at 40 per cent, of 
face value, "new" railroad bonds recognized as valid at 25 per cent, and bonds of 
1866 and 1868 at 15 per cent., nothing being given for overdue coupons; and (2) for 
new consolidated 6 per cent, bonds due in 1919, for which the North Carolina R. R. 
construction bonds were made exchangeable at par, holders of construction bonds 
abating $240 of overdue interest on each $1,000 bond. The new bonds, both 4s and 6s, 
carry tax-receivable coupons, and are exempt from "all State, county or corporate 
taxation or assessment, direct or indirect, general or special.' The 4s of 1903 are also 
exempt from taxation. 

In compliance with a decision of the United States Supreme Court handed down 
February 1, 1904, North Carolina on April 1, 1905, paid to the State of South Dakota 
.$27,400, representing the judgment obtained by the latter State on $10,000 bonds 
(donated to the State of South Dakota for the express purpose of bringing suit, an 
individual not being able to sue a State) issued by North Carolina and secured by 100 
shares of stock of the North Carolina R. R. Co. and the holders of which had refused 
to accept the provisions of the funding law of 1879. See V. 78. p.594; V. 79, p. 1728; 
V. 80, p. 1.382; and also editorials on the subject, V. 78. p. 1248; V. 80, p. 1332. 
Tlie State also settled with the remaining holders of this particular class of unfunded 
bonds, issuing the $250,000 bonds of 1905 mentioned below to provide means of 
payment. 

A committee of bondholders is endeavoring to enforce payment of the special tax 
bonds of this State. V. 85,, p. 1100. 

An amendment to the State Constitution passed by the Legislature in 1879 and 
ratified by popular vote in 1880 forbids the General Assembly to pay or recognize as 



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INDEBTEDNESS AND RESOURCES OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



valid tho following bonds: Special tax bonds, $11,366,000; bonds to Chatham R. R., 
186S, $1,030,000, and to Williamston & Tarboro R. R., $150,000; penitentiary bonds of 
1868, $44,000, "unless the proposing to pay the same shall have first been submitted 
to the people and by them ratified by the vote of a majority of all the qualified voters 
of the State at a regular election held for the purpose." The special tax bonds 
were in three classes, class 1 bearing th? coupon of April, 1869, and since; class 2 
tearing the coupon of October, 1869; class 3 bearing the coupon of April, 1870. 

The recognized debt wMch had been ad justed up to Decembor 1st, l'J06, stood as 
follows: 

Interest. 
Ct. Payable. 
6 A & O 
4 J & J 
4 J & J 
4 J & J 
i J & J 



When Due. 



Principal 



April 1, 
July 1, 
January 
.Tanuary 
January 



Outstanding. 



1919 $2,720,000 

1910 3,411,450 

1, 1909 , 

1, 1909 

1, 1913 



110,000 
* 60,000 
300,000 



J & J January 1,' 1913 



250,000 
$500 and $1,000; the 



$ 22,000 

163,120 

have to 



LOANS— 
NA.ME AND PURPOSE— P 

Construction bonds c 

Renewal bonds c 

Prison debt bond, 1899 

Prison farm bonds, 1899 .... 

Bonds of 1903 

South Dakota judgment and 

Schafer Bonds, 1905 c 

* Interest paid from earnings of State Prison. 

PAR VALUE OF BONDS— The consolidat:>d 4s are $50, $100,, 
consolidated 6s, $1,000 each. The prison bonds are for $500 and $1,000 each. The bonds 
of 1903 are for $.500 and $1,000 each. 

INTEREST on the consolidated 4s and 6s and South Dakota judgment and Schafer 
bonds is pavable in New York at the National Park Bank and in Raleigh. 

TOTAL DEBT RECOGNIZED AND TOTAL ADJUSTED.— The recognized fundable 
debt which has betn funded and the recognized fundable debt which had not been 
funded January 1, 1907, are as follows: 

Funded. Not Funded. 

Consols 6 per cent $ 2,720,000 

Consols i Der cent 3.411.450 

To the foregoing we should add the further fact that the State does not 
raise money for the interest on the 6 per cent bonds for the reason that the lease of 
the North Carolina R. R. provides a fund for the payment of the interest thereon, 
and the State holds three millions fpar vahie) in the stock of the road, which if 
sold would much more than pay the principal. In addition the State holds other 
stocks and bonds valued at $1,323,7.50. 

ASSESSED VALUATION- -The State's assessed valuation prior to 1903, was made on the 
basis of about 2-3 of the cash value; in 1003, however, the attempt was to assess at 
tnie value, which accounts for the large increase in that year. 
Years. Real Estate 

1906 $233,438,178 

1005 226.190,110 

1903 220, 303, .339 

1902 178.892,819 

1901 175.366.240 

1900 167.368,628 

1899 165,968.278 

1896 153,858.553 

1894 1.58.088,064 

1890 141.925,656 

1885 121,618.200 

TAX RATE— The State rate (per $1,000) 

POPULATION OF STATE— 

1000 1,893,810 

1890 1,617.947 

1880 1,399,750 

1870 1,071, .361 

ISCO 992,622 

1850 869,0.39 

The proportion of the colored population was 37.95 per cent in 1880; 35.05 per cent 
in 1890 and .33.3 per cent in 1900. In number blacks were 316,011 in 1850; 361,522 
;n ISCO; 391,650 in 1870; 531,277 in 1880; .567.170 in 1890 and 624,469 in 1900. 



Personal. 


Railroads, etc. 


Total. 


i $150,985,543 


$95,238,877 


$488,662,598 


) 143,075,055 


92,425,3.50 


461,690,535 


) 127.526,081 


86,143,529 


433,372.939 


) 109,394,463 


58,591,641 


346,878,923 


) 108,075,569 


57,780,200 


341,222.009 


i 94,081,227 


39,2.59,445 


300,709,300 


i 86,923.457 


38,377,823 


291,269.558 


S 75,995,945 


29,740,6.38 


259,595,136 


t 76,391,837 


27.801,392 


262,281,292 


5 74.946,718 


14,940,150 


231,812,524 


1 81,134,422 




202,752,622 


in 19C6 is $4. 


30. 




1840 




753,41!) 


is;^o 





7.37,987 


1S20 




638,829 


If<10 




555,500 


1800 




478,103 


1700 




393.751 



Cities, Counties and Towns in North Carolina. 



ASHEVILLE — A. B. Halyburton, City CJerk. 

County seat of Buncombe County. Bonds can be issued only by vote cf people. 

LOANS— When Due. |5s, J&.T, 20,000 July 1, 1921 

CITY HALL AND MARKET HOUSE— | FLOATING DEBT BONDS— 
5s, J&J, $15,000 Jan. 1, 1920 |68, A&O, $90,000 April 1, 1924 



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REFUNDING RONDS— 

4 l-2s, J&J, $40,000 Jan. 1, 1934 

SEWER & WATER BONDS— 

Gs, J&J, ^lUO.OOO July 1, 

63, J&J. $100,000 July 1, 

WATER BONDS— 

te, J&J, $70,000 Jan. 1, 

4s, F&A, $200,000 April 1, 

SCHOOL BONDS- 
OS, J&J, .^24,500 July 1, 

4s, J&J, $10,000 July 1, 

4s, J&J. $10,000 Apr. 1, 

5s, '07, J&J, $30,000c Juue 1, 

STREET BONDS- 
OS, J&J, $:«i.(ioo July 



1!)18 
1911 

ini6 

1022 

1921 
1931 
1932 
1937 



Bonded debt, Nov. '06 $991,500 

Floating debt $43,600 

Total debt, Nov. '06 $1,035,100 

Sinking fund $21,825 

Net debt, Nov. '06 $1,013,275 

Total assessed valuation, '06 ..$8,386,874 
(Assessment about 2-3 actual value.) 

Total tax rate (per $1,000) '06 $25.00 

Population in 1890 10,235 

Population in 1900 14,694 

Population in 1906 (est.) 22,000 



1913 
7 911 



5s, J&J, 292,000 July 

INTEREST on the street improvement bonds 
ing, water and school bonds at Baltimore. 



is payable at Asheville; on the float- 



BUNCOMBE COUNTY — T. M. Ducket t, Treasurer. 

County Seat is Asheville. The $98,000 5 u. c. refunding bonds below were in litigation, 
but the lei;ality of the issue has lie?n sustained successively by the County Court, the 
Slate Supreme Court and the United States Circuit Court. V. 78, p. 1408; V. 79, p. 793. 
Interest is now being paid regularly. Bonds are exempt from State and county taxes. 



^\ hen Due. 



i.OANS- 

COURT HOUSE BONDS— 

5s, J&J, $50,000c .Tan. 1, 

4 l-2s, '05, J&J, $20,000c June 1, 

FUNDING BONDS— 
5s, J&J, $50,000c Nov., 

REFUNDING A. & S. R. R. BONDS— 
5s, J&J, $98,000c July 1, 1925 

REFUNDING BONDS— 



1932 
1935 

inii 



Bondtd debt, Sept., 1<X)7 $276,000 

Assessed valuation, personal . . 6,944,832 

Assessed valuation, real 12,274,461 

Total valuation 1907 $19,219,293 

(Assessment about 3-4 actual value.) 
State & Co. tax (per «1,000) '07.... 10.00 

Population in 1890 35,206 

Population in 1900 44,288 

Population in 1907 (est.) 50,000 



4 l-2s'06, F&A, $5S,000c ..Feb. 1, '08-.36 

INTEREST on the funding and court house 5s is payable at the Chase National 
Bank, New York; on the refunding R. R. os at Blair & Co., N. Y. ; on the court 
house 4 l-2s and refunding 4 l-2s at the Nat. Park Bank, N. Y. 



CHARLOTTE — A. H. Wearn, Clerk 

Countv seat of Mecklenburg county. Inc 

LOANS— When Due. 

CITY HALL BONDS— 
5s, J&J, $40,000c Jan. 1, 

SCHOOL BONDS— 
4s, J&J, $40,000c March 20, 

STKEET -...D SEWER BONDS— 

5s, J&J, .$50,000c ,Tan. 1, 

5s, J&J, $75.0voC July 1, 

.5s, J&J, $.300,000c Jan. 1. 

FUNDING BONDS— 

5s, J&J, $]0,000c July 1, 

4 l-2s, J&J, $100,UxWc June 10, 

4 l-2s'05, J&J. $140,000c ..March 1, 

4 l-2s'07. $175,00flc 1937 

INTEREST on the $140,000 funding bond 
payable at Baltimore; on all other bonds at 



1922 

1931 

1918 
1920 
1929 



1923 
1933 
1935 



and Treasurer. 

■porated Nov. 7, 1768. 

LO.\NS— When Due. 

WATER WORKS BONDS— 

4 1-23'U5, J&J, $210,000c Mch. 1, 1935 

Bonded debt, Nov. 8, '07 $965,(KX) 

Total assessed valuation, '06 $9,980,380 

(Assessment about 1-2 actual value.) 

Total tax (per $1,000) '06 $21.66 2-3 

Population in 1900 18,091 

Population in 1904 (est.) 25,000 



due 1935 and the water-works bonds is 
New Y'ork City or Charlotte. 



COXCORD— John B. Caklwell, Major. 

Tliis city is in Cabarrus county. Bonded debt, March, '07 $275,000 

LOANS— When Due. I Population in 1900 7,910 

FUNDING BONDS— (Tax-Exempt.) 

5s'07. J-J, i?1000,000c Jan. 1, 1937 f 

INTEREST payable in Concord or New York city. 

CUIMBERLAND COUNTY 

Fayetteville is the county seat. 

Bonded debt August, 1907 $114,800 

Assessed valuation, 1906 $7,026,292 



State & Co. tax (per M) '06 $8.00 

Population in 1900 29,249 



DURHAM — Geo. W. Woodward. Clerk. 

This is the county seat of Durham County. Incorporated as a town April 10, 1869; 






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AS a city May, 1895. 

LOANS— When Due. 

RAILROAD BONDS— 

6s, J&J, $87,0OOc Jan. 2, 1928 

6s, Jan. .?50,000c Juiy 1, l'J18 

PUBLIC SCHOOL BONDS— 

6s, J&J, $24, 000c Sept. 1, 1921 

Subject to caU. 

4 l-2s, J&J, $50,000c 1926 

4 1-23, J&J, $20O,O0Oe Julv 1, 1941 

SEWER & bTREET IMP'T BONDS— 
4 l-2s, J&J, $200.0000 July 1, 1941 

MARKET BONDS— 
4 l-2s, J&J, $50,000c 1926 



Bonded debt Nov. 1, '07 $511,000 

Floating debt $70,772 

Total dtbt Nov. 1, '07 $581,772 

Sinlving Fund $146,616 

Net debt Nov. 1, 0/ $435,156 

Total assessed value, '07 $14,830,941 

(Assessment about 2-3 actual value.) 

Total tax rate (per $1,000) '07 $19.30 

Population in 1890 5,485 

Population in 1900 6,679 

Population in 1907 (under ext. 

corporate limits), (est.) $19,122 



INTEREST on me railroad bonds and public school bonds due 1921 and 1926 is pay- 
able at oilice of City Treasurer; on the pujlic school bonds of 1905 at the U. S. 
Mortgage & Tiust Co., New York City; on all otlier bonds at the Bank of America, 
New York. 



FORSYTH COUNTY. 

C. M. McKaiighan, Rogistcr of Deeds. 

Winston-Sakm is tae county seat. 

Bond;d dtbt Sjpt., 1907 $55,000 

Total assessed valuation, '07 ..$17,320,473 

(Assessment about 2-3 actual value.) 



County tax (per $1,000) 1906 $7.50 

Popu ation in 1900 35,261 

Population in '07 (est.) 45,247 



GASTON COUNIY. 

A. J. Smith, Clerk of County Commissioners. 

Dallas is the county seat. The bonds bel >\v are part of an issue of $300,000, of 
which only $100,000 sold to date of statement. 

Bonded d-bt S^'pt. 3, '07 $100, (X)0 | lax rate (per $1,000) '07 $9.16 2-3 

.\sscsfd valuation '07 (about) $10,750,000 j Population in 190O 27,903 

(Assessnitnt about 50 per cent actual Population in 1907 (est.) 35,000 

value) I 



GASTONIA. 

E. N. Linebergrer, Tieasurer. 

This town is in Gaston county. 
LOANS— When 

STREET BONDS. 
5s g '07 A-0. $.30,000 Oct. 1, 

SCHOOL BONDS. 
5s g '07. A-0, $15,000c ....Oct. 1, 

WATER WORKS & SEWERAGE 
5s g '07, A-0, $-23, 000c ....Oct. 1, 

ELECTRIC LIGHT BONDS. 
5s g '07, A-0, $2, 000c Oct. 1, 19.37 



Due. 

1937 

1937 
BDS. 

1937 



FUNDING BONDS. 

5s g. '07. A-0. $5,000c Oct. 1. 1937 

Bonded dsbt August 10, '07 $105 000 

Bonds of 1907 (additional) 75,000 

Assessed va'uation 1907 $1,875,000 

Tax rate (per M) 1907 $37.16 2-3 

Population in 1900 4,610 



GREENSBORO — ^T. J. Miiri^hy, Mayor. 

County seat of Guilford Sounty. Incorporated in 1870. 
ation. 

LOANS— When 

nirUOX KMENT BOND'S, 18s,— 
6s, J&J, $100,000 July 1, 

ELECTRIC LIGHT BONDS— 
5s, g, J&J, $25,000 Jan. 1, 1931 

SCHOOL LOCATION— 

6^, J&J, $30,000 Jan. 1, 

6s, J&J, $11,000 Juy 1. 

53, '07, J&D, $30.000c Juna 1, 

6s. J&J, $9,000 July 1, 

SEWER BONDS— 

5s, g J&J, $65,000 19.30 

4s. J&J. S75.000 1954 

BUILDING BONDS— 
5s, s, A-0, $35,000 Apr. 1, 1930 



Due. 

1917 



1922 
1931 
1937 
1913 



INTEREST paid in Greensboro and Npw York. 



Bonds are exempt from tax- 
' ^ " ^'«- When lAje. 

STREET BONDS- 

5s, ^,.3.^o 19.30 

4s, $75,000 1954 

WATER WORKS BONDS— 

5s, g. J&J. $100,000 Jan. 1, 1*130 

4s, J&J, $100,000 1954 

Bond d dfbt June, ^907 $.530,000 

Floating debt $93,300 

Wat r debt (included) 200,000 

Asspssrd valuation, 1905 5,90O.!)80 

(Assessment about 2-3 actual value.) 

Citv tax rate (p-r $1,000) '05 $13.00 

Total tax (p-r $1,000) '05 $20.90 

Popu'ation in 1890 3,117 

Population in 1900 10,335 



GREENA^ILTE — Frank M. Wooten, 3fayor. 

This town is in Pitt County. Inoorpora - d in 1771. 



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Bonded debt Sept., 1907 $75,000 I Tax rate (per $1,000) 1907 $11.-50 

Assessed valuation, 1907 $1,500,00 | Population in 1900 2,565 

Population in 1907 (est.) 3,885 



GUrLFORD COUNTY — J. L. King, Chairman Highway Com. 

County seat is GreensTjoro. The bonds mentioned below are part of an authorized 
issue of $300,000. 



LOANS— When Due. 
HIGHWAY IMPROV'T BONDS— 
5s, '03, J&.J, $24.5,OO0c ....June 1, 1933 
Bonded debt, Nov. 2, 1907 $245,000 



INTEREST is payable in Greensboro. 



Assessed valuation, 1906 $16,332,426 

(Assessment about 65 per cent actual val.) 
State and Co. ta.x: (per $l,0(i0) '06. $7. 90 

Population in 1890 28,052 

Population in 1900 39,074 

Population in 1906 (est.) 55.000 



HEXDEUSOX COUXTY — J. L. Freeman, Sheriff. 

County seat is Hendei-sonville. See V. 7ii, p. 342 and 667, for litigation over rail 
road-aid bonds. 

LOANS— When due. 

RAH^ROAD BONDS. 
6s, M-N, $97,000 May 1, 1925 

COURT HOUSE BONDS. 
, $37,000 

GENERAL COUNTY bONDS. 
.., ...., $12,000 



Bond, debt, Sept., 1907 $146,000 

Sinking- fund $10,000 

Assessed valuation, 1907 $4,095,946 

( Assessment about 3-4 actual value.) 
State & Co. tax (per M) 1907 .. ..$15.00 

Population in 1890 12,589 

Population in 1000 14,104 



HICKORY — J. D. Elliott Mayor. 

This place is in Catawba County. 
LOANS— When Due. 

SCHOOL BONDS. 
63, MS, $.55,<JO0c 1921 

SEWER BONDS. 
6s, '07, M-N, $11,000 Mav 1, 1917 



Bond, debt Mav 1, 1907 $100,000 

Assessed valuation 1906 $1,296,000 

Tax rate (ptr $1,000) 1906 $10.20 

Popu'ation in 1900 2..535 

Population in 1907 (e^:t.) 4,500 



KIXSTOX — I.. J. aiewborne. City Clerk. 

Ihis city is the county seat of Lenoir County. Established December 1762. 
are exempt from city tax. 

LOANS— When Due. 

ELEC. LIGHT & ST. IMP. BONDS— 
6s, .J&.J, $l,(KX)c 1908 

REFUNDING BOND'S— 
5s. J&.J, $25,000c Julv 1, 1930 

SCHOOL BONDS— 
4 l-2s. J&J. $20,000c June 30, 1931 

WAT. WORKS & SEW'GE BONDS— 

.53. A-0, $100,000c Apr. 1, 19.34 

.5s, '05, J&J. $.50.000c Jan. 1, 1935 

INTEREST on the electric light and street improvement bonds is pa3'able in Kinston; 
nn the other bonds in Chicago and New York City. 



Bonds 



Bonded debt Oct. 1, '07 $197,000 

Assessed valuation 1906 $2,302,019 

(Assessment about 2-3 actual value.) 
City and School (per $1,000) '06.. $8.50 

Population in 1800 1,726 

Population in 1900 4,106 

Population in 1906 (about) 7,500 



LEXINGTON — Z. I. Walker, Clerk. 

This town is in Davidson Countv. 
LOANS— When Due. 

STREET BONDS. 
5s, '07. s-a. $10.000c 1947 

(Subjfct to call after 1927). 

STREET. LIGHT & W.VTER BDS. 
.5s, '07. M-S, $40,000c Meh. 1, 1947 

(Subject to call after Mch. 1, 1927.) 

INTEREST on the bonds of 1907 is pa^'a 



Bonded debt S-pt. 2. 1907 ....$148,000 

Assessed valuation 1907 $1,786,376 

(Assessment about 2-5 actual Va''u'>.) 

Total tax (per M) 1907 $19.60 2-3 

Popu'ation in 1900 1.234 

Population in 1907 (est.) 6,000 

bio at the Bank of Lexington. 



LOIISKURG SCHOOL DISTRICT — W. H. Ruffin, SeCy Board 
of Trii.stees. (P. O. Louisbiirg.) 

A district in Franklin Countv. 



LOANS— When Due. 

SCHOOL BUILDING BONDS. 

5s. '07, J-J. $10.no0c July 1, 19.37 

Bond-d d bt Julv, 1907 $97,000 

INTEREST on the 1907 issue? is payable in New York city. 



Assessed valuation 1906 $1,030,261 

Population in 1900 1,178 



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INDEBTEDNESS AND RESOUHCES OF NORTH CAHOLINA. 



McDOWELilj COUNTY — J, A. Langb ridge. Register of Deeds. 

Marion is the county seat. 



Bonded debt Sept. 12, 1907 $5.5,900 

Assessed valuation 1907 $3,248,029 

State & Co. tax (per M) 1907 $10.00 



Population in 190O 12,507 

Population in 1907 (est.) 15,000 



aiADISON COUNTT — 

Marsliall is tlie county seat. 

Bonded debt July, 1907 $85,000 

Assessed valuation 1906 $3,152,676 



State & Co. tax (per At) 1906 ..$9.50 2-3 
Population in 1900 20,644 



-W. M. M oore. Cleric. 



Assessed valuation 1906 $15,452,776 

(Assessment about 1-4 actual value.) 
State & Co. ta.\ (per M) '06 ..$11.66 2-3 

Population in 1S90 42,673 

Population in 1900 55,268 



MECKLENBURG COUNTY- 

Countv seat is Charlotte. 
LO.\NS— When I>ue. 

HAILROAD AID— 

6s, M-N, $300,^00 Nov. 1, 1920 

Bonded debt Sept., 1907 $300,000 

Floating debt $37,475 

Total debt Sept., 1907 $337,475 

INTEREST is payable in Charlotte, N. C, and at the American Exchange National 
Bank, New York. 



NEWBERN— F. M. Hahn, Clerk. 



Tills city is the county seat of Oaven County. Founded by the Swiss in 1710. Bonds 



When Due. 



are tax exempt. 
LOANS- 
WATER BONDS— 

5s, $8.1,000 

LIGHT BONDS— 

5s, $15,000 

REFUNDING BONDS— 

5s, $10,000 

INTEREST payable at New Bern 



LOANS— When Due. 

PAM., ORIENTAL & W. RY.. BONUS— 

4s, '03, $50,000 Mav 1, 1933 

WATER, LIGHT & SEWER BONDS. 

5s, '07, F-A, $30,000c Aug. 1, 1937 

Bonded debt July, 1907 ...' $155,000 

Assessed valuation '07 (est.) ..$4,500,000 

Tax rate (per .$1,000) '07 $8.25 

Population in 1900 9,090 

Population in 1907 (est) 16,000 



NE^V HANOVER COUNTY — Oscar F esmeh. Clerk Board of 



i Assessors. 

Wilmington is the ^ounty seat. 

LOANS— When Due. 

COURT HOUSE BONDS. 

., ... $7,800 1917 

ROAD BONDS. 

$50,000 1927 

., .., $50,000 1930 



Bonded debt August, 1907 $107,800 

Assessed val. 1906 $12,161,808 

State & Co. tax (per M) 1906 $3.50 

Population in 1900 25,785 



ONSLOW COUNTY — J. E. Petteway, Register of Deeds. 

Jacksonville is the county seat. 

Bonded debt Oct., 1907 $60,000 I County tax (per $1,000) 1906 $2.36 

Total valuation 1906 $3,236,958 | Population in 1900 11,940 



OXFORD — W. A. Devin, Mayor. 

This place is in Glranville County. Incorporated in 1816. 



LOANS— When Due. 

REFUNDING BONDS. 
5s. g, '04, Dnc, $45,000c 1934 

SEWER BONDS. 
5s, g. M-N. $35,0O0c 19.37 



Bonded debt Sept. 2, 1907 $80,000 

Assessed valuation 1007 1,450,000 

Total tax (per M) 1097 $16.50 

Population in 1900 2.050 

Population in 1907 (est.) 3,500 



INTEREST on the refunding bonds is payable at the United Statea Mortgage & 
Trust Company, New YorK, and on the sewer bonds at O'Connor & Kahler, New Y'ork. 
City. 



RALEIGH — S. J. Hinsdale, Commissioner of Sinking Fund. 

Raleigh is the county seat of Wake County. Incorporated in 1792. 



LOANS— When Due. 

CONSOLIDATED DTMT BONDS. 

5s, J-J, $67, 500c July 1, 1919 

PUBLIC IMP. BONDS 



Bonded debt July 1, 1907 $583,700 

Sinking fund 68,045 

Net debt July 1, 1907 315,655 

Total assessed val. (907 8,329,966 



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5s, J-J, $75,000c July 1, 1929 

4s, J-J, $100,000c July 1, 1929 

STREET BONDS. 

5s, J-J, $25,000c Julv 1, 1929 

OS, A-0, $50,000c Oct. 1, 1927 

INTEREST is payable ;n Baltimore. Coupons are all tax-reeivable 
TAX FREE — The bond.- are all exempt from city ta.xation. 



(Assessment about 2-3 actual value.) 
City tax rate (per $1,000). '07 ..$10.00 

Population in 1890 (Census) 12,678 

Population in 1900 13,013 



REIDSVIIJ.E — B. Montgomer>, Clerk. 



This place is in Rockingham Countv. 

Bonded debt March, '07 $75,000 

Floating debt 5,000 

Assessed valuation 1906 1,581,317 

INTEREST is payable at the Importers 



(Assessment about 3-4 actual value.) 

Tax rate (per $1,000) 1906 $7.50 

Population in 1900 3,262 

& Traders' National Bank in N. Y. City. 



ROBESON COUNTY — J. W. Carter, Chairman Board of County 
Conimis-sioners. 

Lumberton is the county seat. 

LOANS— When Due. 

COURTHOUSE BDS. (Tax-Exempt.) 
5 1-2 g, '07, M-N, $50,000c..Nov. 1, 1937 
Bonded debt Nov., 1907 $50,000 



Assessed valuation 1907 $14,134,671 

State & Co. tax (per M) 1907 ....$4.50 
Population in 1900 40,371 



ROCKY MOUNT — W. L. Thorpe, Ma j or. 

This citv is in Edgecombe Countv. 

Bonded debt May 29, 1907 $95,000 I Total tax (per $1,000) 1906 $16.71 

Assessed valuation 1906 2,391,294 1 Population in 1900 2,037 



RUTHERFORD COUNTY — G. Biggerstaff, Treasurer, 

Countv seat is Rutherfordton. 
LOANS— When Due. 

REFUNDING BONDS. 
4 1-2 g, '05, Jan., $97,000c ..Jan. 1, 1936 
Bonded debt Sept. 7, 1907 124,300 



INTEREST is payable at Rutherfordton. 



Assessed valuation 1907 $4,852,073 

(Assessment about 2-3 actual value.) 
State & Co. tax (per $1,000) '07.. $11. 50 

Population in 1900 25,101 

Population in 1907 (est.) 30,000 



SALISBURY" — W. T. Rainey, City Treasurer. 



This is the county seat of Rowan C.'ounty 
LOANS— When Due. 

SCHOOL BONDS— 
.5s, A-O, $10,000c June 1, 1916 

STREET & SEWER BONDS— 

.5s, June $15,000c June 1, 1911 

5s, June $20,000c June 1, 1921 

53, A-O, $25,000c Jan. 1, 1930 I 

WATER & SEWER BOND.S— | 

5s, A-O, $75,000c Oct. 1, 1931 I 

INTEREST is pavable in New York City. 



Bonded debt Oct. 18, 1907 ....$235,000 

Floating debt 50,000 

Total debt Oct. 18, 1007 285,000 

Sinking fund 21,000 

Net debt Oct. 18, 1907 264,000 

Assessed valuation 1907 3,687,001 

City tax (per M) '07 $11.66 2-3 

Population in 1900 6,277 

Population in 1907 (est.) 14,000 



SPENCER — A. W. Hicks, Clerk. 

This town is in Rowan Countv. Incorporated 1901. 
LOANS— When Due. I 

5s, '06. A-O. $35,000 Apr. 2, 1936 | 

INTEREST is payable in New York. 



STANLY'^ COUNTY" — R. L. Smith, Attorney. 

County srat is Albemarle. The bonds below were issued to take up a like amount 
of Railroad Aid 6s which had been in litigation but were in 1902 and 1903 declared 
valid by the United States Courts. 



LOANS— When D'ue. 

REFUNDING BONDS. 

5s, '07, $100,000 

Bonded debt Julv 1, 1907 $100,000 

Floating d-bt .$15,000 



Assessed valuation 1906 $3,681,064 

(Assessment is at real value). 

State & Co. tax (per M) '06 $10.00 

Population in 1890 12.1.36 

Popu'ation in 1900 15,220 



I INTEREST is payable at First National Bank, Salisbury, N. C. 



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STATESVII.LE — E. Morrison, Clerk and Treasurer. 



Countj' seat of Iredell County. 
LOANS— When Due. 

WAT., bi^WER & LIGHT BONDS— 

5s, '06, Jct.J, $20,000c July 1, 1936 

5 l-2s, A-0, $52,000c Oct. 15, 1927 

SCHOOL HOLSE BONDS— 

6s, J&J, $10,0000 1913 

.., .., $4, 000c .luly 1, 1936 | 

ELECTRIC LIGHT BONDS— | 

6s, .I&.T, $8,0u0c 1915 I 

A. T. & O. RR. BONDS. | 

5s, J&J, $100,000c 1921 I 

INTEREST on ine $52,000 5 lis is payable at Chicago; on ouier bonds at Statesville. 



LOANS— When Due. 

FUNDING BONDS— 

5s, '05, J^u, $20,000c July 1, 1935 

Bonded debt Oct., 1907 $124,000 

Assessed valuation 1906 $2,256,000 

Popu'ation in 1890 2,318 

Population in 1900 3,141 

Population in 1906 (est.) 6,000 



TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY — T. T. Loftis, Clerk Sivp'r Court. 

Brevard is the county seat. 

Bonded debt August, 1007 $85,000 I State & Co. tax (per $1,000) '06.. $10.00 

Assessed valuation 1906 1,788,867 | Population in 1900 6,020 



WAKE COUNTY — B. P. Williamson, Treasurer 

Raleigh is the county seat. 

Bonded debt Sept. 2, 1907 $100,000 

Assessed valuation 1906 ....17,610,036 



Countv tax (per $1,000) 1906 ....$2.00 

Population in 1000 54,626 

Population in 1906 (est.) 60,000 



WILKES COUNTY — O. F. Blevins, Clerk. 

Wilkesboro is the county seat. The county refused to pay the interest on the 
bonds given below on the ground that the railroad company had not complied with 
its contract. The case was taken to the courts and after lengthy litigation the LT. S. 
Circuit Court of Appeals early in 1902 gave an opinion in favor of the bonds. On 
May 18, 1903, the L'nited States Supreme Court also upheld validity of the bonds. See 
V. 76, p. 1313. 



LOANS— Wien Due. 

RAILROAD AID BONDS. 

6s, semi-ann., $.50,000 1908-1921 

Bonded debt Nov., 1907 $50,000 



Assessed valuation 1906 $3,660,-368 

(Assessed about 2-3 actual value.) 
State & Co. tax (per $1,000) '06 ....$11.00 

Population in 1890 22,675 

Population in 1900 26,872 



WILJVnNGTON — A. M. AVaddell, Mayor; H. C. McQueen. Chni. 
Board of Audit and Finance. 

Wilmington is L..e county seat of New Hanover county. Bonds are exempt from City 

taxation. Incorporated as a citv Febiniary 1, 1866. $900,000 bonds voted on May 7, '07. 

LOANS— When Due. | Bonded debt Sep.t 1, 1907 .■$684,400 

FUNDING BONDS— | Sinking fund 25,585 

5s, g '92, J&J, $.314.4000 Jan. 1, 1922 Total assessed valuation 1907 ..11,162,649 

W. O. & E. C. R. R.— I (Assessment about 3-5 actua' value.) 
6s, J&J, $96. 000c Jan. 1, 1918 Citv tax rate (per M) '07 $14.00 

C. F. & Y. R. R.— I Total tax rate (per M) '07 21.30 

5s, J&J, $126,000c Jan. 1, 1919 | Population in 1900 20,976 

REFUNDING BONP/S. | Population in 1890 20,056 

4s, e. J&J. $148,000c July 1, 1929 \ Population in 1907 (est.) .32,000 

INTERI^ST on bonds is payable in Wilmington and New York. Coupons are tax- 
receivable. 



WTIjSOX — J. W. Moore, Mayor; J. D. Barnes, Clerk and Coll 

This citv is in Wilson County. 

LOANS— When Due. 

STREET PAVING BONDS. 
5s, M-S. $25, 000c S-pt. 23, 1931 

WATER AND LIGHT BOND'S. 
5s. AO. $74.000e Oct. 1, 1912 

SEWER BONDS. 
6s, s:, Jan.. $17, 000c 1916 

ST., SEWER & WATER BONDS. 
5s, AO. $40,000c Oct. 15, 19.33 



Bonded debt Feb., '07 $156,000 

AVater debt (included) 74,000 

Assessed valuation 1906 4,000,000 

(Assessment about 2-3 actual value.) 

Total tax (pfr M) 1906 $15 95 

Population in 1890 2,126 

Population in 1900 3,525 

Population in 1906 (est.) 7,987 



TNTF.RF.ST on the iMO.OOO bonds due 1933 and the paving bonds is payable at U. S. 



INDEBTEDNESS AND RESOURCES OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



71 



J, F. SHACKELFORD, President. L. V. HART, Cashier. 

JAS. T. HOWARD, Vice-President. E. B. HUSSEY, Asst. Cashier, 

BANK OF TARBORO 

Tarboro, N. C. 

Capital $25,000.00 

Surplus and Undivided Profit $15,000.00 



Collections remitted fur on day of payment. Send us 
your Tarboro business. 



Mortgage & Trust Co., New York; on the water and light bonds at the Chemical Na- 
tional Bank, N. Y. ; on the sewer bonds at the National Park Bank, N. Y. 



WINSTON — W. E. P^anklin, Treasiuer. 

Winston is the county seat of Forsyth County. 

LOANS- 
IMPROVEMENT BONDS— 

5s, g F-A, $100,000 Aug. 15, 

5s, g M-N, $100,000 May 1, 

RAILROADS BONDS— 

6s, M-N, 840,000 Nov. 15, 

WAT. WORKS & OTHER PUR.— 

5s, g M-S, $160,000 Sept. 1, 

5s, g J&J, $100,000 Jan. 1, 

INTEREST on the railroad bonds and the 

Winston; on others at Baltimore, Md. 
TAX FREE— All of the city's bonds are exempt 



when Due. 



1910 
1911 

1909 

1924 
1934 
and 



Bonded debt May 1, 1907 $500,000 

Floating debt 27,500 

Total assesstd valuation 1906 ..7,032,618 
(Assessment .ibout 1-3 actual value.) 

City tax • (per $1,000) 1906 $10.00 

Population in 1890 8,018 

Population in 1900 10,008 

$100,000 water- worlis bonds is payable at 

from taxation. 



\\TNSTON-SAI.E3I. 

This city is in Forsvtn 

LOANS- 
STREET BONDS. 
5s, 07, M-N, $85,000c Nov 



County. 

When Due. 



1, 1937 



WATER MAIN BONDS. 
5s, '07, M-N, $.3.5.0000 Nov. 1, 1937 

SEWER BONDS. 
5s, '07, M-N, $30,000c Nov. 1, 1937 



ADDITIONAL STATEMENTS. 

In the table below we grive statistics regarding several civil divisions in North 
Carolina not included in the foregoing. 



Bonded 
Debt. 

Carteret County $25,000 

Cleveland County 50,000 

Dunn, Harnett County .53,000 

Durham County 60,000 

E. City Graded Sch. Dist . . 34,.i0f) 
Favetteville (C.) Cumb. Cc. 6:5.000 

Granville County 32,000 

Harnett County 40,000 

Henderson (T.) A^ance Co. .. 60,000 
Lincolnton, Lincoln Co. .. .30,000 
Lumberton (T.) Robeson Co. 75 000 
Monroe (C.) L'nion Co. .. 4.5,000 

Richmond County 2.5,000 

Rockingham Township 25,000 

Rowan County 25.000 

Salisbury Twp., Rowan Co. . .50,000 

Seot'and Countv 2^,000 

Shelbv, aeveland Countv .. 35,000 
So. Pines, Moore County .. 30,000 
Stokes Countv 29,000 



Floating 
Debt. 

None 
50,0(X) 

3,000 
38,5fX) 
23,779 



None 
None 



5,000 
10,000 
45,000 
5,000 
None 
None 



1,000 



Assessed 

Valuation. 

$2,000,000 

7,678,365 

800,000 

21.000,000 

2,500,000 

3,566.606 

5,000,0(K) 

1,500,000 

770,000 

943,000 

1,500,000 

4,258.000 

1,7.50,000 

8,381,129 

4,988,537 

2,810,a30 

1,170,166 

277,949 

2,528,288 



Tax. 
Rate. 



Popu'a- 
tion 1900 



$ 8.67 


11.00 


8.20 



25,078 

1,072 

26,233 





4,670 


5.50 


23,262 


8.10 2-3 


15 983 


8. .53 


3,746 


9.00 


828 


9.10 


849 




1,996 


7.90 




9.30 


33,16.3 


8.70 


31,066 


8.70 


11,261 


5..36 2-3 


12,553 


11.70 


1,874 


20.00 


517 


2., 36 2-3 


19,866 



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COUNTY AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS. 



County A:ffairs and Officials 



AIjAMAXCE. 

County Scat, Graham. 

Clerk of the Court— J. D. Kemodle, Gra- 
ham. 

Sheriff— R. T. Kernodle, Burlington. 

Register of Deeds— C. D. Johnston, Haw 
River. 

Treasurer — Joseph C. Holt, Burlington. 

Coroner — S. D. McPherson, Haw River. 

Surveyor — Lewis H. Holt, Graham. 

Standard-Keeper — J. H. Moore, Graham. 

Co. Supt. Health — H. M. Montgomery, 
Burlington. 

Supt. Co. Home — Simon Thompson, Bur- 
lington. 

Public Administrator — J. L. Scott, Jr., 
Graham. 

U. S. Commissioner — W. A. Hall, Bur- 
lington. 

Co. Supt. Schools — W. S. Long, Graham. 

Board of Education— W. K. Holt, (chm.), 
Burlington; W. J. Graham, Union Ridge; 
S. E. Tate, Stainback. 

Co. Commissioners — W. E. Vincent, Bur- 
lington, R. F. D. No. 3: Geo. T. William- 
son, (chm.), Saxapahaw; T. B. Barker, 
Wooten; T. F. McVey, Snow Camp; B. S. 
Robertson, Haw River. 

Co. Board of Elections— J. S. Cook, Gra- 
ham; D. F. Morrow, J. R. ii-eland, Bur- 
lington. 

No. Schools— 'WTiite, 66; colored, 28. 

Tax Rate— County, IS l-.3c. on $100; roads, 
16 2-.3c. ; on debt, property, 2c.; poll, 6s. 
indebtedness, S50,000. 

Public Roads— J. P. Hardin, Graham, 
Supt. Roads worked by taxation and con- 
vict labor; 16 2-3c. on $100 and 50c. poll. 
No. miles, 725. Nine miles macadam road; 
cost per mile, §2.500. Iron bridges, 12. 
ALEXANDER. 
County Seat, Taj'lorsville. 

Oerk of the Court— Charles B. Mathe- 
son, Taylors\-ille. 

Register of Deeds — G. C. Teague, Taylors- 
ville. 

Sheriff — R. A. Adams, Hiddenite. 

Treasurer — Tliomas J. Deal, Kilby. 

Surveyor — Wm. J. Teague, Bentley. 

Co. Attorney- R. Z. Linnev, Taylorsville. 

Co. Supt. Health— O. L. Hollar, Taylors- 
ville. 

Supt. Co. Home— M. C. Little, Taylors- 
ville. 

Board of Education — J. P. Matheson, 
Cchra.). Taylors\-ine: R. L. Downs, Avilla; 
T. F. Murdoek, Hiddenite. 

Co. Supt. Schools— A. F. Sharpe, Hid- 
denite. 

Co. Commissioners— J. T. Hedrick (chm.), 
Stony Point, R. F. D.; J. S. Bowman, Tav- 
lorsville; S. P. Williams, R. F. D., Tay- 
loi-s\-ille. 

Co. Board of Elections— J. W. Watts, 
(chm'), Liledown; J. Y. Williams, Tay- 
lorsville, R. F. D. : .John W. Watts. Partee. 

Public Roads— Worked bv Old State Law. 



No. miles, 300. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3 on ?100. Bonded 
debt, $8,500. 

No. Schools — White, 51 ; colored, 6. 

AL/LEGHAXY. 

County Seat, Sparta. 

Clerk of the Court— J. N. Edwards, 
Sparta. 

Sluriff— S. A. Choate, Sparta. 

Register of Deeds — J. F. Cox, Sparta. 

Treasurer — S. A. Choate, Sparta. 

Coroner — W. H. Coomes, Edmonds. 

Surveyor — L. E. Edwards, Stratford. 

Co. Supt. Healtli — Robert Thompson, 
Sparta. 

Supt. Co. Home — George Watson, Sparta. 

Co. Supt. Schools — C. J. Taylor, Laurel 
Springs. 

Board of Education — D. F. Parsons, 
(dim.), Piney Creek, J. W. Pool, Elk 
Creek; J. L. Joines, Edwards X Roads. 

Co. Commissioners — S. J. Irwin, Walls; 
H. J. Estep, Stratford; G. T. Caudill, City. 

Co. Board of Elections — J. W. Pool, 
(chm.). Elk Creek; C. A. Doughton, Del- 
phia; John M. Wagoner, Sparta. 

Public Roads— Roads worked by Old State 
Law. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100. 
Floating debt, $800.00. 

No. Schools — White, 41; colored, 3. 

AXSOX. 

County Seat. \\ adesboro. 

Clerk of the Court— T. C. Robinson, 
Wadesboro. 

No. Schools — White, 40; colored, 41. 

Tax Rate— County, 33 2-3c. on $100; 

Sheriff— S. P. Martin, Wadesboro. 

Register of Deeds — C. W. Thomas, Wades- 
boro. 

Treasurer — J. O. A. Craig, Wadesboro. 

Coroner — E. F. Fenton, Wadesboro. 

Co. Attorney— R. E. Little, Wadesboro. 

Supt. of Health — E. S. Ashe, Wadesboro. 

Supt. Co. Home— James Henry, Wades- 
boro. 

Co. Supt. Schools— J. M. Wall, Wades- 
boro. 

Co. Board of Educati.m— E. P. Liles, 
Lilesville; J. T. Hendiev, Wadesboro; C. 
H. Rivers, White Store, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Co. Commissioners — Thos F. Jones, 
(chm.), Wad?sboro; L L. Little, Anson- 
\-llle; J. T. Webb, Wadesboro, R. F. D. 2. 

Co. Board Eelctions— James T. Hcndlcy, 
(chm.). Wadesboro: \V. O. Bennett, Jr., 
Wadesboro; C. F. Sheeks. Wad?sboro. 

No. Schools — White, 40; colored, 41. 

Tax Rate--County, 23 2-3c. on $100; 
county roads, 15c. ; for Wadesboro town- 
ship, roads 35c. ; Morven, 30c. No county 
d.bt. 

Public Roads — Robert Lampley, Wades- 
boro, Supt. Roads worked by Special 
Wadesboro Township Road Act. No. miles, 



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73 



300; gravel, 30. Thirty Ax miles macadam 
roads— cost per mile, $1,200. Convict labor 
used. 

ASHE. 
County Seat, Jefferson. 

Clerk of the Court— 'V. H. Worth, Jeffer- 
son. 

Sheriff— C. B. Austin, Burnt Hill. 

Register of Deeds— J. A. Jones, Jefferson. 

Treasurer — L. S. Vannoy, Fleetwood. 

Coroner — B. 0. Edwards, Jefferson. 

Survej'or — Charles Ray, Treetop. 

Supt. of Health— B. 0. Edwards, Jeffer- 
son. 

Supt. Co. Home — J. L. Thompson, Jef- 
ferson. 

Co. Supt. Schools— W. H. Jones, Warrens- 
ville. 

Board of Education — R. A. Hamilton, 
Beaver Creek; A. A. Price, Fig; W. F. 
Lewis, Solitude. 

Attorney Board of Education — G. L. Park, 
Jefferson. 

Co. Board of Elections— W. H. Jones, 
Warrensville; Wm. Bledsoe, Gale; E. J. 
Johnson, Jefferson. 

Co. Commissioners — Jos. W. Callaway, 
Bcng; E. Graybcal, Graybcal; Feli.x Mc- 
Guire, Riverside. 

Tax Rate— Count V, 76 2-3 on $100; roads 
10 cents. Debt, about $20,000. 

No. Schools— White, 105; colored, 9. 

Public Roads— J. E. Walters, Jefferson, 
Supt. Roads worked by Old State Law. 
Amount spent last year, $2,973.02. No. 
miles, 600. 

BEAUFORT. 

County Seat, Washington. 

Clerk of the Court— L. R. Mayo, Wash- 
ington. 

Sheriff— G. E. Ricks, Washington. 

Register of Deeds — Gilbert Rumley, Wash- 
ton. 

Treasurer — Jos. F. Tayloe, Washington. 

Coroner — Joshua Tayloe, Washington. 

Survevor — Edward Tripp, Bonnerton. 

Co. Attorney— H. C. Carter, Jr., Wash- 
ington. 

Co. Supt. Health— D. T. Tayloe, Wash- 
ington. 

Supt. Co. Home- A. P. Fulford, Wash- 
ington. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — N. Harding, AVash- 
ington. 

Co. Board of Education — E. AV. Aycrs, 
(chm.), Washington; W. M. Butt, Aurora; 
H. D. Satterthwaite, Sidney. 

Co. Board of Elections — F. P. Latham, 
(chm.), Ilaslin; G. E. Buckman, Washing- 
ton: I. F. Goddard, Washington. 

Co. Commissionrr?; — R. R. Warrrn, Wash- 
ington; Fred Wolfnd-n, Clioeowinty; W. 
H. Stancil, Wasliingtoii; H. G. Jordan, Pine 
Town; W. A. Thnmoson, Aurora; J. H. 
Odin, Hunters Bridge. 

Tax Rati — Countv, 23 2-3c. on $100; 
School, 18c. Interest on d bt, 12 l-3c. 
Debt, $12,500. Special taxes for general 
purposes, 13 l_3c. on every $100; 40c. on 
each poll. Special taxes for Chocowinity 
to\vnship for road purposes, 10c. on every 



$100; 30c. on each poll. Special taxes for 
Washington township, including Atz, for 
wood purposes, 8 l-3c. on every $100, 25c. 
on each poll. 

Public Roads — No. miles, 500. Improved 
turnpike owned bv individuals, 15 miles. 
.BEKTIE. 
County Seat, Windsor. 

Clerk of the Court— Wm. L. Lyon, 
Windsor. 

Sheriff — Jesse B. Stokes, Windsor. 

Register of Deeds — Sol. Cherry, Windsor. 

Surveyor — W. R. Rayner, Colerain. 

Coroner — H. V. Duns^^an, Windsor. 

Co. Supt. of Health— H. V. Dunstan, 
Windsor. 

Supt. Co. Home — J. F. Phelps, Windsor. 

Co. Supt. Schools— R. W. Askew, Wind- 
sor. 

Co. Board of Elections— J. T. Nicholls, 
(chm.), Windsor; W. R. Rayner, Colerain; 
E. W. Gray, (sec), Windsor. 

Co. Board of Education— H V. Dunstan, 
(chm.), Windsor; W. R Rayner, Colerain; 
T. A. Smithwick, Merry Hill. 

Co. Commissioners — C. W. Spruill, (chm.) 
Quitsna; J. H. White, Windsor; Wayland 
Mitchell, Lewiston: L. A. Nowell, Colerain; 
I R. J. Sheild, Windsor, No. 2. 
' Public Roads — Worked partly by Old 
State Law and bv taxation. No. miles, 
1,000. 

Tax Rate— Countv, 18 2-3o. on $100. 
Koad, 15c. Bonded debt, $12,000. 

No. Schools— White. CR: colored, 58. 

BLADEN. 

County Si'at. Elizabethtown. 

Clerk of the Court— W. J. Davis, White 
Oak. 

Sheriff— C. W. Lyon, Elizabethto\vn. 

Register of Deeds— William Whitted, 
Elizabethtown. 

Treasurer- W. S. Cla'k, Clarkton. 

Coroner— G. W. Hall, Elizabethtown. 

Survevor— I. A. Register, Register. 

Co. "Attorney— J. B. Clark, Elizabeth- 
town. 

Supt. of Health- L. B. Evans, Clarkton. 

Supt. Co. Home— L. B. Evans, Clarkton. 

Co. Supt. Schools— Angus Cromartie, Gar- 
land. 

Co. Board of Education— A. McA. Coun- 
cil, White Oak; W. S. Ballard, Elizabeth- 
town; A. M. Kelly, Blad?nboro. 

Co. Commissioners — A A. Clark, Rosin- 
dale, (chm.-; N. A. Currie, Clarkton; Dan- 
iel Leonard, Klondike. 

Co. Board of Elections- R. B. Cromar- 
tie, (chm.), Elizabethtown; R. H. Lyon, 
David B. Sutton, Elizabethtown. 

No. Schools — White, 70; colored, 44. 

Tax Rate— County, 25e. on $100. No debt 
in county; surplus in iieasury, $1,782.54. 

Public" Roads— Worked by Old State Law. 
No. miles, 315. 

BRUNSWICK. 
County S.^at, Southport. 

Clerk of the "Court— R. S. Newton, South- 
liort. 

Sheriff— Jackson Stan land, Shallotte. 

Register of Deeds — John Jenrette, South- 



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COUNTY AFFAIRS AND' OFFICIALS. 



port. 

Ti-easurer — George E. Brooks, Seaside. 

Coroner — E. W. Jones, Shallotte. 

Surveyor — G. F. Drevv', Southport. 

Standard-Keeper — L. A. Galloway, South- 
port. 

Supt. of Health — J. A. Doshcr, Southport. 

Supt. of Co. Home— J. W. Wescott, 
Southport. 

Co. Supt. Schools— George H. Bellamy, 
El Paso. 

Co. Board of Education — D. R. Mercer, 
(chm.), Bolivia; A. M. Guthrie, Southport; 
G. B. Ward, Ash. 

Co. Commissioners — Richard Dosher, 
Southport; A. M. Chinnis, Phoenix; L. E. 
Formyduval, Excelsior. 

Co. Board of Elections — John E. Doug-las, 
EI Paso; G. Brooks Ward, Regan; J. J. 
Knox, Southport. 

No. Schools— White, 4i; colored, 27. 

Tax Rate— County, 23-2-3c. on $100; Spe- 
cial, 10c. on $100 and 68c. on poll. 

Public Roads— Worked by Oid State Law. 
Outlav only for bridges. No. miles, 400. 
BUNCOMBE. 
County Scat, Asheville. 

Clerk of the Court— Marcus Erwin, Ashe- 
ville. 

Sheriff— T. F. Hunter, Asheville. 

Register of Deeds— J. J. Mackey, Ashe- 
ville. 

Treasurer- T. M. Duckett, Asheville. 

Coroner — E. R. Morris, Asheville. 

Surveyor — A. H. Starnes, Candler. 

Standard-Keeper— J. S. West, Asheville. 

Tax Collector — R. C. Crowell, Asheville. 

Co. Attorney— Charles A. Webb, Ashe_ 
ville. 

Supt. of Co. Home— F. Sluder, Asheville. 

Co. Supt. Schools— A. C. Reynolds, Ashe- 
ville. 

Co. Board of Education— J. C. Martin, 
(chm.), Asheville; Jason Ashworth, Fair- 
view; J. C. Curtis, Candler. 

Co. Commissioners — M. L. Reed, (chm.), 
Biltmore; C. P. Weaver, Weaverville; 
Martin S. Glenn, Averj's Creek; R. C. 
Clayton, C. N. Parker. 

Co. Board of Elections — Frank Carter, E. 
W. Patton, Asheville; V. L. Gudger, Ashe- 
ville. 

No. Schools— White, 97; colored, 20. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100; 
roads, 1.5c. ; interest on debt, 18c. Bonded 
debt, $278,000. 

Public Roads— M. L. Reed, Biltmore, 
Supt. Worked by taxation and convict 
labor, 15c. on $100. Forty-eight miles ma- 
cadam roads, cost per mile, $2,5(X). Iron 
bridges, 41. 

BURKE. 
County Seat, ilorganton. 

Clerk of the Court— L. A. Bristol, Mor- 
ganton. 

Register of Deeds — John B. Holloway. 

Treasurer — A. N. Dale, Morganton. 

Coroner — John Nelson, Morganton. 

Surveyor — D. F. Denton. Morganton. 

Standard-Keeper — J. R. Howard, Morgan- 
I ton. 



Co. Attorney — S. J. Erwin, Morganton. 

Supt. 01 Health — J. L. Laxton, Morgan- 
ton. 

Supt. Co. Home— Cha>-lcy E. Tate, Mor- 
ganton. 

Co. Supt. Schools— R. L. Patton, Mor- 
ganton. 

Board of Education — J. M. McGimpsey, 
(chm.), Fonta Flora; J. H. Hoffman, Mor- 
ganton; J. E. Coulter, Connelly Springs. 

Co. Commissiontrs — W. B. Berry, (chm.), 
Morganton; D. B. Mull, Drexel; Marshall 
Brinklj', Glen Alpine. 

Co. Board of Elections — A. C. Avery, Jr., 
(chm.), Morganton; C. E. fate, Morgan- 
ton; S. E. Huffman, Morganton. 

No. Schools— White, 65; colored, 13. 

Tax Rate — County, 270. on .$100 and 81c. 
poll; bridges and roads. 20c., poll, 60c. on 
$100; school poll tax, $1.29. No debt in 
county. 

Public Roads — Worked by special Law 
Outlay only for bridge expenses. No. 
milts, 400-500. Improved turnpike owned 
by indi\'iduals, 15 miles. Two miles ma- 
cadam roads; cost per mile, $5,000. Iron 
bridges, 5. 

CABARRUS. 
Countv S.at, Concord. 

Clerk of the "Court— M. L. Widenhoi^se, 
Concord. 

Sheriff — James F. Harris, Concord. 

Register of Deeds — C. A. Isenhour, Con- 
cord. 

Ti-( asurer — J. L. Miller, Concord. 

Cotton-Weigher — John W. Propst, Con- 
cord. 

Coroner — G. H. Richmond, Concord. 

Surveyor — Jno. H. Long, Concord. 

Standard-Keeper — W. C. Correll, Con- 
cord. 

Co. Attornev— L. T. Hartsell, Concord. 

Co. Supt. of Health— Robert S. Young, 
Concord. 

Supt. Co. Home— J. W. Cook, Concord. 

Co. Supt. Schools— C. E. Bo!?er, Concord. 

Co. Board of Education — James P. Cook, 
(chm.). Concord: G. F. McAlister, Mt. 
Phasant: W. F. Smith, Davidson. 

Co. Commissioners — Jno. A. Cline, 
(chm.). Concord; C. O. Gillon, Glass, R. 
F. D. No. 2; E. T. Bost, Bosts Mills; J. 
W. Cress, Concord, R. F. D. No. 4; J. A. 
Hahn, Mt Pleasant. 

Co. Board of Elections — C. M. Love, 
(chm.). Concord; R. L. Hartsell, Bosts 
Mills; M. L. Buchanan, Concord. 

No. Schools— White. 48; color-d, 22. 

Tax Rate— Countv, 22 2-3c. on $100; roads, 
25c. Floating d bt, •■^15.000. 

Public Roads — W. F. Goodman, Concord, 
Supt. Worked by taxation and convict la- 
bor, 25c. on $100 and 75c. on poll. No. 
miles, 350; gravel, 12: improved, 20; 
crushed stone, 17. Cost per mile, $2,000 to 
$3,000. No iron bridges. 11. 
CALDWELL. 
County Scat, Lenoir. 

Clerk of the Court— J. W. Curtis, Lenoir. 

Sh'^riff — John M. Smith, Lenoir. 

R'gister of Deeds — James L. Miller, 
Lenoir. 



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75 



Treasurer — J. J. Austin, Lenoir. 

Coroner— Hugh L. D. Clarke, Lenoir. 

Surveyor — Homer M. Crouch, Lenoir, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Standard-Keeper — D. S. Perry, Lenoir. 

Co. Attorne\' — M. N. Harshaw, Lenoir. 

Co. Supt. Health— C. L. Wilson, Lenoir. 

Co. Supt. Scliools — V. D. Moore, Lenoir. 

Co. Board of Education — P. G. Moore, 
(chm.). Granite Falls; M. G. Shearer, Le- 
noir; M. L. Greer, Lenoir. 

Co. Commissioners — William S. Miller, 
Lenoir; E. T. Hickman, Hudson; J. R. 
Moore, Rufus. 

Co. Board of Elections — Mark Squires, 
Lenoir; L. E. Rabb, Lenoir; J. B. Isbell, 
Lenoir. 

No. Schools— White, 82; colored, 12. 

Ta.x Rate— County, 2.3 2-3c. on .$100 and 
40c. poll. Bonded debt, $20,000 on new 
Court House. 

Public Roads — Edmund .Jones, Lenoir, 
Supt. Work'd by O.a State Law. No. 
miles, 900; gravel, 10; improved turnpiki 
owned by private individuals, 22 miles. 

CAMDEX. 

County Seat, Camden. 

Clerk of the Court— J. W. AValston, 
Shiloh. 

Sheriff — W. L. Forbes, Indiantown. 

Treasurer— N. B. Walker, Shiloh. 

R gister of Deeds — Talnion Godfrey, 
Camden. 

Co. Supt. of Health— C. G. Ferebee, 
Shiloh. 

Supt. Co. Home — M. B. Sawyer, Camden. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— E. T. Burgess. 
South Mills. 

Co. Board of Education — G. H. Riggs. 
(chm.). South Mills; P. W. Stevens, Shiloh; 
O. G. Pritchard, Belcross. 

Co. Commissioners— S. E. Overby, (chm.), 
Pelcross; Charles Norris, South Mills; D. 
X. Bray, Shiloh. 

Co. Board of Elections— A. Sawyer, 
fchm.), Belcross; D. E. Williams, South 
Mills; M. X). Burgess, Camden. 

Tax Rate — County Genrral, 16 2-3c. 
County Special, 20c.; School General, 25c.; 
School Special, 30c. on $1.00, making a 
total of $1.16 2-3. Poll General, $2.00; 
Poll Special County, oOc. ; Poll Special 
School 90c. ; Total, $3.50. 

Public Roads — The roads of the whole 
county worked by Old State Law. No. 
Miles, 1.50. 

No. Schools— White, 20; colored, 12. 

CxVRTERET. 

Clerk of Court— T. C. Wade, Beaufort. 

Sheriff— S. P. Hancock, Beaufort. 

Register of Deeds— W. L. Arrington, 
Beaufort. 

Treasurer — A. Thomas, Beaufort. 

Coroner— C. S. Maxwell. Beaufort. 

Surveyor— E. D. Hardesty, Harlowe. 

Standard-Keeper— L. H. Forlaw, Beaufort. 

Co. Supt. of Health— W. E. Headen, 
Morehcad City. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— L. B. Ennett, 
Cedar Point. i 



Co. Board of Education — C. N. Mason, 
(chm.), Harlowe; J. R. Morris, Atlantic; 
C. P. Dey, Beaufort. 
I Co. Commissioners — T. D. Webb, (chm.), 
Morehrad City; D. Pierce, Beaufort; W. R. 
Hancock, Straits; J. M. Robinson, Atlantic; 
M. C. Parker, Bogue. 

Co. Board of Elections— T. D. Hewitt, 
Newport; Y. Z. Newberry, Newport; M. C. 
Holland, Beaufort. 

No. Schools — White, 37; colored, 7. 

Tax Rate— 66 2-3c. on $100 and $2.00 on 
poll. Special for New Court House, 20c. 
'■n $100 and 60c. on poll. 

Public Road.s— Worked by Old State Law. 
No. miles, 150. 

CASWELL. 

County Seat, Yancevville. 
Clerk of the Court— Robert L. Mitchell, 
Yancevville. 
Sheriff— T. N. Fitch. Yanceyville. 
Register of Deeds — Fred W. Brown, Yan- 
ceyville. 
Treasurer — G. H. W. Oakley, Fitch. 
Coroner — M. H. McBryde, Milton. 
Standard-Keeper— A. E. Henderson, Yan- 
ceyville. 

Co. Attornej' — A. E. Henderson, Yancey- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. of Health— S. A. Malloy, Yan- 
ceyville. 

Supt. of Co. Home— E. B. Barker, Yan- 
ceyville. 

Co. Supt. Schools — George Anderson, 
Yanceyville. 

Co. Board of Education — W. A. Mavnard, 
.Altamahaw, R. F. D. No. 2; T. J. Hatchett, 
Yaneey\'ille; R. I. Newman, Leasburg. 

Co. Commissioners — T. P. Womack, 
(chm.), Yanceyville; S. T. Covington, 
Scmora; Peter M. Somers, Altamahaw, R. 
F. D. 

Co. Board of Elections— T. J. Hatchett, 
Yanceyville; C. J. Yarborough, Locust Hill; 
James A. Hurdle, (chm.), Milton. 

No. Schools— White, 40; colored, 37. 
Graded Schools, 3. 
Tax Rate— County, 43c. on $100. 
Public Roads— Worked by Old State Law. 
No. miles, 250. 

CATAWBA. 
County Seat. Newton. 
Clerk of the Court— Cliarles M. McCorkle, 
Newton. 
Sheriff — Daniel M. Boyd, Newrfon. 
Register of Deeds— Jacob E. Setzer, New- 
ton. 
Treasurer— W. A. Day, Sherrills Ford. 
Coroner — J. A. Rice, Conovtr. 
Surveyor— E. M. Yoder, Blackburn. 
Standard-Keeper — W. H. Marlow, Newton. 
Co. Attomej — Wm. B. Gaither, Newton. 
Co. Supt. of Health— George H. West, 
Newton. 

Supt. Co. Home— Robert E. Hoke, Con- 
over, R. F. D. No. X. 

Co. Supt. Schools — George E. Long, New- 
trn. 

Co. Board of Education — A. O. Link, 
(chm.), Hi(kory; F. J. Bellinger, Conover; 
Wm. McRce, Newton. 



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Co. Commissioners— John M. Shuford, Q. 
M. Smitli, (dim.), G. Summey Wilfong, 
Samuel Turner. 

Co. Board of Elections — J. H. Aiken, 
(dim.), llickorv; J. 6. Little, Newton; S. 
M. Hamrick, Hickory. 

No. Schools— White, 81; colored, 20. 

Tax Kate— County, 2.3 2-3c. on $100 and 
38c. poll. School poll tax, $1.50. No. 
iron bridges, 6. 

Public Roads— Worked bv Old State Law. 
No. miles, 600-700. 

CHATHAai. 

County Seat, Pittsboro. 

Clerk of the Court— J. L. Grifin, Pitts- 
boro. 

Sheriff— J. R. Milliken, Pittsboro. 

Register of Deeds— W. E. Brooks, Pitts_ 
boro. 

Treasurer — J. B. Milliken, Pittsboro. 

Coroner— L. R. Exline, Pittsboro. 

Surveyor — R. B. Clegg, Pittsboro. 

Standard-Keeper- T. W. Hackney, Pitts- 
boro. 

Co. Attorney — R. H. Hayes, Pittsboro. 

Co. Supt. "of Health— J. N. Taylor. 
P.ynum. 

'Supt. of Co. Home— W. H. Ward, Pitts- 
boro. 

Public Administrator — T. W. Scgroves, 
Cumnock. 

Co. Supt. Schools— R. r. Johnson, Pitts- 
boro. 

Co. Board of Education — A. R. Norwood, 
Evnum, R. F. D. No. 1; J. B. Atwater, 
Bynum; B. B. Phillips, Goldston. 

Co. Commissioners — A. J. Lane, Siler 
City; N. J. Wilson, Apex, R. F. D. No. 
3; S. W. Harrington, Corinth. 

Co. Board of Elections — Jacob Thompson, 
(chm.), Pittsboro: J. M. Farrell. Pittsboro; 
B. A. Phillips, Harpers X Roads. 

Public Roads — Worked by taxation, 30c. 
on poll and 10c. on $100 real estate. No. 
mil-s, COO. 

No. Schools — White, 01; colored, 40. 

Tax Rate— 79 2-3c. on-$100 and $2.39 on 
poll. Bonded indebtedness, $20,000. No. 
iron bridges, 4. 

CHEROKEE. 

County Seat, Murphy. 

Clerk of the Court— A. A. Fain, Murphy. 

Register of Deeds — S. W. Lovingood, 
Miirphv. 

Shfriff— T. N. Bates. Murphy. 

Treasurer — Ed. Davis, Murphy. 

Coroner — Lavada Berrong, Letitia. 

Surveyor — O. G. Anderson, Murphy. 

Co. -Attorney — F. P. A.'cley, Murphy. 

Co. Supt. Health— W. A." Graham, Mur- 
phy. 

Supt. Co. Home — Silas Anderson, Murphy. 

Co. Supt. Schools— E. B. Norvell. Murphv. 

Co. Board of Educatior.— W. G. Sparks, 
Suit; P. K. Nelson, Murphy; J. M. Rich- 
ardson, Andrews. 

Co. Commissioners — Julius Martin, Mur- 
Thy; A. Rice, Hot House; C. B. Hill, 
^lurphy. 



Co. Board of Elections — R. H. Snead, 
Murphy; A. J. Durtsse, Murphy; S. B. 
Aiken, Murphy. 

Tax Kate— 60c. on $100 and $1.80 on 
poll. No bonded indebtedness. 

Public Roads — Worked by Act of Legis- 
lature of 1903. No. miles,' .500. 

No. Schools — White, 46; colored, 3. 

CHOWAN. 

County Seat, Edentcn. 

Clerk of the Court— C. W. Cofleld, Eden- 
ton. 

Sheriff— E. S. Norman, Edonton. 

Register of Deeds — W. J. Berryman 
Edenton. 

Treasurer— F. W. Wliite, Edenton. 

Coroner — T. J. Hoskins, Edenton. 

Co. Attorneys — Prudeii & Pruden, Eden- 
ton. 

Co. Supt. of Health— T. J. Hoskins, 
Edenton. 

Supt. Co. Home— M. M. Harrell, Edenton. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— J. W. Alderman, 
Edenton. 

Co. Board of Education — H. H. Mashburn, 
Edenton; W. T. Perry. Edenton; G. H. Ba- 
ker, Tyncr. 

Co. Commissioners — Frank Wood, (chm.), 
Edenton; W. J. Hallowell, Tyner, R. F. D.; 
Z. W'. Evans, Cisco. 

Co. Board of Elections — Julian Wood, 
(chm.), Edenton; Geo. W. Leary, Edenton; 
Harry JIcMullan, Edenton. 

No. Schools — White, 21; colored, 15. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100; 
Roads, 5c. in 1st Township and 20c. in 2n(j 
Township; 20c. in 3rd and 4th Townships. 

Public Roads — First Township, J. W. 
Spruill, Supt. ; Second Township, J. E. Co- 
fi'ld: Third Township. M. F. Ward. Supt.; 
Fourth Township, G. T. Mitchell, Supt. 

CLAY. 

County Seat, Hayesville. 

Clerk of the Court— C. C. Standridge, 
l'Iayes\'ille. 

Sheriff — J. W. Alexander, Hayesville. 

Register of Deeds — W. T. Bumgarner, 
Hayesville. 

Treasurer — AV. H. Hogscd, Shooting Creek. 

Coroner — P. B. Killian, Hayesville. v 

Surveyor — E. T. Shearer, Havesville. 

Co. Supt. of Health— J. M. Sullivan, 
Hayesville. 

Supt. Co. Home — O. L. Scroggs, Hayes 
ville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— G. H. Haigler, 
Hayesville. 

Co. Board of Education — J. O. Scroggs, 
(dim.), Hayesville; S. H. Allison, Hayes- 
ville; J. C. McCracken. Hayesville. 

Co. Commissioners — M. A. Hampton, 
Bra=stown; J. M. Moss, Havesville, R. F. 
D. No. 1; W. L. Allison, Havesville, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Co. Board of Elections- U. K. Hyatt, 
(chm.), Brasstown; R03' Allison, Elf; 0. L. 
Anderson. Hayesville. 

No. Schoo's — White, 19; colored, 1. 

Tax Rate— County. 23 2-3c. on $100; 3Sc. 
poll; for debt, bridges, etc., 33 l-3c. on 



COUNTY AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS. 



THE NATIONAL BANK 

Fayetteville, N. C. 

extends to its customers and the public generally every banking 
facility tliat can be had any where in the world. 

Our Motto: Safety, Promptness and courtesy. Money on deposit 
in this government banii is as safe as in tlie government vaults at 
Washington. Write, or call on us, for information. 

W. A. VAXSTOKY. President. 
A. B. McMillan, Cashier. S. W. COOPER, Vice-President. 



S-lOO and $1.00 poll; roads, 15c. on $100 
and 45c. poll, schools, 5c. on $100 and 
15c. on poll. Bonded dsbt, $G.800. 

Public Roads— Worked by 0:d State Law. 
No. miles, 125. 

CLEVELAND.. 

County Seat, Sheiby. 

Clerk of the Court— F. L. Hovle, Shelby. 

Sheriff— A. B. Suttle, Shelby. 

Rtgistcr of Deeds — W. H. Eskridge, 
Shclbv. 

Treasurer— W. R. Newton, Shelby. 

Coroner— T. K. Barnctt, Shelby. 

Surveyor — 0. C. Thompson, Shelby. 

Co. Commissioners — M. M. Mauney, 
Shelby, R. F. D. No. 5; J. F. Roberts, 
(chra.), Shelby; A. T. Mull, Cleveland 
Wills, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Supt. of Health— T. E. McBrayer. 

Board of Health— .J. F. Roberts, W. 
F. Mitchell, S. S. Rovster. 

Co. Supt. Schools— A. T. Falls, Shelby. 

Co. Board of Education — W. D. Lacked', 
FalLston; W. L. PlouK, King's Mountain; j 
W. \V. Washburn, D.pew. 1 

Supt. Co. Home — G. J. Allen, Shelby. 

Co. Board of Elections — J. J. Logan, 
King's Mountain, R. 7. D. No. 5; J. Y. 
Hamrick, Sheiby; A. H. Webb, Shelby. 

Tax Rate- 86 2-3c. on the $100; $2.60 
on the poll. 

COLUMBUS. 

County Scat, Wliiteville. 

Clerk of the Court— L. W. Stanley, 
Whiteville. 

Sheriff— A. S. Richardson. 

Register of Deeds — C. E. Smith. 

Treasurer— R. H. Powell, Whiteville. 

Surveyor— J. A. Wright, Haddock. 

Coroner— J. W. Joyner, Clarendon. 

Standard-Keeper— W. J. Benton, White- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. Health— H. B. Maxwell, White- 
ville. 

Supt. Co. Home— Ed. Schwartz, White- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. Schools— F. T. Wooten, Chad- 
bourn. 

Co. Board of Education— J. E. L. Win- 
coff, (dim.), Whiteville; F. B. Pierce, 
Eallsboro; J. W. Powell, Fair Bluff. 



Co. Commissioners — R. E. L. Brown, 
rchm.), Chadbourn; T. J. Fletcher, Clark- 
ton; J. A. Floyd, Fair Bluff; K. B. Coun- 
cil, Wananish; J. B. Cox, Dothan. 

Co. Board of Elccr.ions — J. E. Dupree, 
Whiteville; Wm. Struthers, Whiteville; T. 
J. Fletcher. Clarkton. 

No. Schools— White, 91; colored, 37. 

Tax Rate— 10 2-3c. on $100; Roads, 10c. 

Public Roads— Worked bv Old State Law. 
CRAVEN, 
County Seat, New Bern. 

Clerk of the Court— W. M. Watson, New 
Bern. 

Sheriff — James W. Biddle, New Bern. 

Register of Deeds — R. B. Lane, New 
Bern. 

Trrasurer — F. S. Ernul, Now Bern. 

Coroner — R. D. \. Jones, New Bern. 

Surveyor — F. A. Fulcher, New Bern. 

Standard-Keeper — Eugene Tucker, New 
Bern. 

Co. Attorney— E. M. Green, New Bern. 

Co. Supt. of Health— J. F. Rhem, New 
Bern. 

Supt. Co. Home — Mrs. Fannie Williams, 
New Bern. 

Public Administrator — C. J. McCarthy, 
New Bern. 

Co. Supt. Schools — S. M. Brinson, New 
Bern. 

Co. Board of Education — R. A. Nunn, 
(chm.). New Bern; Daniel Lane, New 
Bern; John S. Morton, North Harlowe. 

Co. Commissioners — C. E. Foy, J. B. 
Harvey, A. E. Wadswortn, G. V. Richard- 
son, John S. McGowan, New Bern. 

Co. Board of Elccti.ins — L. S. Daniels, 
New Bern; Wm. Dunn, Jr., New Bern; J. 
S. Basnight, New Bern. 

Public Roads — 3. JI. Spencer, New Bern, 
Supt. Worked by Old State Law and tax 
system. No. miles, about 350; improved, 
•i 3. Macadamized, 4 miles, cost per mile, 
^7,500. 

No. Schools — White, 47; colored, 37. 

Tax Rate— County, 31 2-3c. on $100 and 
71c. poll; bridgps, 15c. on $100 and 30c. 
CUMBERLAND. 
County Seat, Favetteville. 

Clerk of the Court— A. A. MacKethan, 
Fayetteville. 

Sheriff— Neill A. Watson, Fayetteville. 



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Register of Deeds— W. M. Walker, Fay- 
ctteville. 

Titasurcr — David Gaster, Fayette ville. 

Coroner — J. V. McGougan, Fayetteville. 

Sui-veyor — Charles Jessup, Cedar Creek. 

Standard-Keeper— J. A. Boone, Fayette- 
ville. 

Co. Attorney— Q. K. Nimocks, Fayette- 
ville. 

Siipt. of Healtli— A. S. Rose, Fayette- 
ville. 

Supt. Co. Home — Alex. Leslie, Fayette- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. of Scliools— B. T. McBryde, 
Fayetteville. 

Co. Board of Education— .J. A. Oates, 
(chin.), Fayetteville; J. H. Ourrie, (sec.), 
i'^iyttteville; J. W. Hall, Aulryville. 

Co. Commissioners — Herbert Lutterloh, 
(chm.), Fayetteville; John M. Owen, Fay- 
(ttcville, No. 3; J. Worthey Johnson, Rae- 
ford; Laueh in McDonald, Cotton; William 
J. Olive, Wade. 

Co. Board of Elections— W. G. Hall, 
(chm.), George Holmes, Fayetteville; A. H. 
S:oconib, Fayetteville. 

No. Schools — White, 79; colored, 56. 

Tax Rate— County, 2?c. on $100. Schools, 
ISc. Roads, 9c. Bonds, 10c. Pensions, Ic. 
Total Stat? and County, 85 cents. Bonded 
d.bt, $117,000. No. bridges, 6 railroad 
hridg's; 2 countv bridgss. 

Public Roads— W. M. Walker, Fayette- 
ville, Supt. Worked by county convicts 
under sp cial law. No. miles, 420. Im- 
(iroved, 50. 

CURRITUCK. 
County S'at, Currituck. 

Clerk of the Court— E. W. Ansell, Cur- 
rituck. 

Register of Deeds— R. E. Flora, Curri- 
tuck. 

Sheriff — J. E. Barnard, Moyock. 

Treasurer- T. P. Hall, Coinjock. 

Survej'or — J C. Wa'.k^r, Currituck. 

Co. Attornev — A. M. Simmons, Currituck. 

Co. Supt. of Health— H. M. Shaw, Shaw- 
horo. 

Co. Board of Education— W. J. Tate, 
fchm.), Kittv Hawk; Samuel Scott, Powells 
Point: E. D. Bowd n, Knotts Island. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— J. M. Newbern, 
Jarvisburg. 

Co. Commissioner- — Moses Lee, T\ills; W. 
H. White, Knotts Island; E. R. Johnson, 
Currituck. 

Co. Board of Elections — John C. Coggs- 
well, Kitty Hawk; D. R. Scott, Jarvis- 
bur<r; L. Walker, Barco. 

No. Schools- White, .-6; colored, 13. 

Tax Rate— Countv, 76 2-3c. on $100. 
DARE. 
County S at. Manteo. 

Clerk of the Court — R. Bruce Etheridge, 
Manteo. 

Rrgister of Deeds — Asa V. Evans, Manteo. 

Trr^asurer — E. R. Dnniels, Wanchese. 

Surveyor — .John E. Berry, Manteo. 

Co. Attorney — D. ^1. Stringfi'^ld, Mant-'o. 

Co. Supt." Health— W. B. Fearing, 
Manteo. 

Supt. Co. Home — Daniel Me'^kins, 



Manteo. 

Co. Supt. Schools— W. B. Fearing, 
Manteo. 

Co. Board of Education — R. C. Evans, 
(chm.), Manteo; C. C. Miller, Buxton; S. 
A. Griffin, Manteo. 

Co. Commissioners — Wm. St. C. Pugh, 
(chm.), Wanchese; J. B. Pinner, East 
Lake; N. E. Gould, Manteo. 

Co. Board of Elections — Wm. S. Davis, 
(chm.), Manteo; D. M. Stringfellow, Man- 
teo; D. N. Midgett, Manteo. 

No. Schools— White, 21; colored, 3. 

Tax Rate— County, 40c. on $100 and 75c. 
on poll. Special, 95c. on $100. 

Public Roads — Worked by Old State Law. 
No. miles, 60. 

DAVIDSON. 

County Seat, Lexington. 

Clerk of the Court — C. E. Godwin, Lex- 
ington. 

Sheriff — Alex. T. Delap, Lexington. 

Register of Deeds — S. L. Owen, Lexing- 
ton. 

Treasurer— E. A. Rothrock, Lexington. 

Coroner — C. A. Julian, Thomasville. 

Surveyor — John W. May, Belfast. 

Standard-Keeper — B. F. Ausband, Lexing- 
ton. 

Co. Attorney — E. E. Raper, Lexington. 

Supt. of Hea'th — Joel Hill, Lexington. 

Supt. Co. Home — Andrew Crotts, Lexing- 
ton. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— P. S. Vann, Wall- 
burg. 

Co. Board of Education — Rev. J. W. 
Clfgg, (chm.), Lexington; B. I. Harrison, 
Denton; S. H. Averett, Tliomasville. 

Co. Commissioners — C. A. Davis, (chm.), 
J. A. Greene, Thomasville; J. C Ripple, 
Arcadia. 

Co. Board of Elections — W. F. Thomason, 
Lexington; A. F. Sams, Thomasville; J. L. 
P( acock, Lexington. 

Public Roads— S. L. Owens, Lexington, 
Supt. Worked by Old State Law and con- 
vict labor, except Lexington Township, 
where tax is 15c. on .$100, and 45c. on 
poll; total last year, $3,992.89. No. miles, 
J ,000 in county. 

No. Schoo.s— White, 94; colored, 20. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
38e. poll. 

DAVIE. 
County Seat, Mocksville. 

Clerk of the Court— H. L. Grant, Mocks- 
ville. 

Sheriff — James L. Sheek, Mocksville. 

Register of Deeds— J. F. Moore, Mocks- 
ville. 

Treasurer — J. W. Etchison, Cana. 

Coroner — T. D. Watkins, Advance. 

Survevor — M. C. Jam"s, ^locksville. 

Co. Supt. Health- M. D. Kimbrough, 
Mocksville. 

Supt. Co. Home— M. B. Bailey, Mocks- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. Schools— J. D. Hodges, Au- 
gusta. 

Co. Board of Education— T. B. Bailey, 
(chm.), Mocksville; A. W. EMis, Farming- 
ton; F. M. Johnson, Mocksville. 
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Co. Commissioners— C. Y. Bailey, (clim.). 
Advance, R. F. D. No. 2; J. M. Cain, 
Calalialn, R. F. D. No. 1; W. F. Furches, 
Farmington. 

Co. Board 
Advance, R. 



street, 
Ville. 

No. 
Tax 

$100: 



of Elections — J. G. Peebles, 
F. D. No. 2; B. F. Stone- 
Mocksville; O. L. Williams, Mocks- 



Scliools— White, 45; colored, 17. 
Rate — County purposes, 13 2-3c. on 
Poor, 2c. and 3Sl. on poll. Roads 
and BridgTS, Sc. ; Special, 8 l-3c. Bonded, 
debt, $500.00. 

Public Roads— Worked by Old State Law. 
No. miles, 300. 

DUPLIN. 

County Seat, Kenansville. 

Clerk of the Court— D. H. Wallace, Ken- 
ansville. 

Shrriff — L. Middleton, Kenansville. 

Resristcr of Deeds — J. J. Bowden, Ken- 
ansville. 

Tr: asiirer — L. Middleton, K-nansville. 

Coroner — B. F. Smith, Leon. 

Surv yor — F. L. Potter, Hallsville. 

Standard-Keeper — A. D. .Johnson, Ken- 
ansville. 

Co. Attorneys — Carlton & Williams, Ken- 
ansville. 

Co. Supt. of Health — .John A. Ferrall, 
Kenansville. 

Supt. of Co. 
Ma'rnolia. 

Co. Supt. of 
Kenansville. 

Co. Board of 
Alb rtson: W. S, 



Home— ]\r. N. Strickland, 
Schools — D. S. Kennedy, 



Education— D. C. Pott»r, 
Loftin. Bowd"n; W. B. 
Southtrland, (chm.), Rosehill. 

Co. Commissioners — M. F. Westbrook, 
(chm/). h'OTi- .J. S. Cavenaugrh, Pasley; J. 
M. Faison, Faison. 

Co. Board of Elections — .1. G. Murphy, 
(chm.), K nan^vill"; O. P M'ddlcton, War- 
saw; B. L. Blar-kmore. Warsaw. 

No. Schools— White, 84; oo:ored, 29. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
S8c. poll. 

Public Roads— Work'd by 0:d State Law. 

DURHAai. 

Countv S at. Durham. 

Clerk of the Court — C. B. Gr'Tn. Durham. 

Sh' riff — Jno. F. Harward, Durham. 

R gistcr of Deeds— M. G. Maikham, Dur- 
liam. 

Trrasurer — Sim°on Bowling. Durham. 

Surveyor — Ed. Belvin, Durham. 

Standard-Keeper — Geo. R. B.ackwell, Dur- 
ham. 

Coroner — J. F. Maddrv, Durham. 

Co. Attorn "v— D los W. Sori-ll, Durham. 

Supt. of H a'th— Dr. T. A. Mann. Durham. 

Supt. of Co. Homo — W. O. Thompson, 
Durham. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — C. W. Massey, Dur- 
ham. 

Co. Board Education— D°los W. Sorr->ll, 
(chm.). Durham; .J. W. Um^tead, LTmbra; 
G'^o. W. Sta' ings, Durham; .J. Martin LTm- 
stead, Durham. 

Co. Commissioners — A. D. ifarkham, 
(ehm.); C. A. Owens, J. W. Allen, F. M. 



Tilley, Christopher Barbee, Durham. 

Co. Board of Elections — H. A. Foushee, 
(chm.), Durham; V. S. Braynt, (sec), Dur- 
ham; W. G. Bramham, Durham. 

No. Schools— White, 36; colored, 19. 

Tax Rate— Countv, He. on $1(J0; roads, 
19c.; debt, 10c. Bonded debt, $60,000. 

Public Roads — T. J. Thompson, Durham, 
Supt. Worked by taxation. 57c. on poll. 
Convicts used. No. miles, 497. Ma- 
cadam roads, 75 miles, cost per mile, $3,- 
500. 

EDGECOMBE. 
Countv S;at, Tarboro. 

Clerk of the Court— A. T. Walston, Tar- 
boro. 

Sheriff- B. F. Dawson, Tarboro. 

Register of Deeds — H. S. Bunn, Tarboro. 

Treasurer — J. E. Cobb, St. Lewis. 

Coroner — Spencer P. Bass. Tarboro. 

Standard Keeper — R. o. Hyatt, Tarboro. 

Co. Attorney — L. V. Bassett, Rocky 
Mount. 

Co. Supt. of Health— W. J. Thigpen, 
Tarboro. 

Supt. Co. Home— W. T. Gorham, Tar- 
boro. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— R. G. Kittrell, 
Tarboro. 

Co. Boprd of Education — R. G. Allsbrook, 
(chm.), Tarboro; W. W. Vick; Battleboro; 
John Mayo, Bethel. 

Co. Commissioners — J. W. B. Battle, 
(chm.). Tarboro; W. D. Ruff in, Whitakers; 
J. J. Pittman. Crisp: Lam Lawrence, Tar- 
boro; J. .J. Thorne, Rockv Mount. 

Co. Board of Elections— L. V. Bassett, 
(chm.). Rocky Mount; B. F. Eagle, Crisp; 
C. B. Keech, Tarboro. 

Public Roads— .J. W. Martin, Tarboro, 
Supt. Worked by taxation, 20e. on $100 
and 69c. on poll. Convicts us'd. 

Tax Rate— Countv, 23c. Bonded debt, 
$8,000. One iron bridge 

No. Schools— Whit-, PS; colored, 35. 

FORSYTH. 

County S at, Winston. 

Clerk of the Court— R. E. Transou, Win- 
ston-Salcm. 

Slieriff— J. E. Ziglar, Winston-Salem. 

R' gister of Deeds — Cornelius M. Mc- 
Kaughan, Winston-Salem. 

Treasurer — George L. Beck, Winston-Sa- 
lem. 

Coroner— John M. Robinson, Winston- 
Salrm. 

Survevor— E. A. Conrad, Pfafftown, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Standard-Keeper— Lee Lashmit, Crater. 

Co. Supt. Schools— W. B. Speas, Win- 
ston-Salem. 

Supt. Co. Home— C. C. Flynt, Winston- 
Salrm. 

Pub'ic Administrator — J. R. Hastings, 
Winston-Sakm. 

Co. Board of Education— John F. Grif- 
fith, Cchm.). Winston-Saicm; Eilis W. Hau- 
srr, Pfafftown; J. W. Pennix, Kernersville. 
Convicts us-^d. 

Co. Commissioners — M. D. Bailey, Win- 
ston-Salem; Edward F. Strickland, Beth- 



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ania; DeWitt Ilarman, F.ernersville. 

Co. Board of Elections — W. E. Franklin, 
(chni.), Winston-Sakm; C. M. Hauser, Win- 
ston-Salem; C. L. Holi'.m, Winston-Salem. 

No Schools— White, 8l ; colored, 20. 

Tax Rate— County, 17c. on $100 and 18c. 
poll; special, 30c. on $100 and 90c. poll. 
Bonded debt, $55,000. 

Public Roads— C. H. Griffith, Supt., Win- 
ston-Salem. Worked by ta.vation; total last 
year, $51,475.15. Macadam road, 35 miles. 

FRANKLIN. 

County Seat, Louisburg. 

Clerk of rhe Court — .J. J. Barrow, Louis- 
burg. 

Sheriff — H. C. Kearney, Louisburg. 

Register of Deeds — W. M. Boone, Louis- 
burg. 

Treasurer— J. A. Thomas, Louisburg. 

Surveyor — .J. T. Insnoe, Cedar Rock. 

Standard-Keeper — R. G. Winn, Epsom. 

Co. Attorney — F. S. Spruill, Louisburg. 

Co. Supt. of Health — R. F. Yarborough, 
Jr., Louisburg. 

Supt. Co. Home — E. N. Williams, Louis- 
burg. 

Co. Supt. Schools— R. B. White, Frank- 
linton. 

Co. Board of Education— A. W. Perry, 
Louisburg; J. C. Winston, Frank- 
linton; H. D. Egerton, Laurel. 

Co. Com.Tiissionsrs — T. S. Collie, Cedar 
Rock; J. II. Uzzell, Mapleville; E. M. Gup- 
ton, Gupton; N. B. Young, Louisburg; J. 
C. Winston, Youngsville. 

Co. Board of Elections— .J. B. Yar- 
borough, (chm.), Louisburg; I. H. Kearney, 
Franklinton; P. A. Reavis, Louisburg. 

No. Schools— White, tO; colored, 40. 

Tax Rate — County purposes, 22c. on 
$100 and 60c. poll! Roads (Louisburg 
Township only), 25c. and 75c. poll. Inter- 
est on debt, 9c.; poll, 27c.; bridge fund, 
Sc. poll, 24c.; poor, 3c.; poll, 9c. Bonded 
debt of county, $7,000. No. iron briges, 
8. (One of them 525 feet long. Graded 
school, Louisburg, 10c. and 30c. on poll. 
Graded School, Franklinton, 35c. and $1.05 
poll; Pension, fie. and 18c. poll. Special 
School Taxes: Maplcville, Ingl-side, Pilot 
and Jones Districts, 20c. and 60c. on poll. 

Public Roads— John R. Williams, Supt. 
Worked by State law except Louisburg 
Township. Convicts used. 

GASTON. 

County Seat, Dallas. 

Clerk of the Court --C. C. Cornwell, 
Dallas. 

Sheriff— T. E. Shuford. 

Register of Deeds— A. J. Smith, Dallas. 

Treasurer— J. M. Shuford, Dallas. 

Coroner— W. N. D'avis, Gaslonia. 

Surveyor— C. A. Black, Bessemer City. 

Co. Attorney— O. F. Mason, Dalla. 

Co. Supt. of Heahh— L. N. Glenn, 
Gastonia. 

Supt. Co. Home— C. C. Craig, Dallas. 

Co. Supt. Schools— F. P. Hall, Belmont. 

Co. Board of Education— E. L. Wilson, 
(chm.), Dallas; W. C. Thompson, Stanly; 



S. N. Boyce, Gastonia. 

Co. Commissiontrs — R. K. Davenport, 
Mount Holly; O. G. Falls, Kings Moun- 
tain; John F. Leeper, (chm.), Beimont; J. 
W. Kendriek, Cheiryville; A. R. Anders, 
Gastonia; J. C. Pueth, Dallas. 

Co. Board of Elections— S. M. Boyce, Gas- 
tonia; L. L. Jenkins, Gastonia; S. M. Rob- 
inson, Lowell. 

No. Schools — \Miite, 78; colored, 32. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100; 
Graded School tax, 20c. on $100 and 60c. 
poll. Floating debt, $36,000. Macadam 
road, 30 miles; cost per mile, $3,000. Iron 
bridges, 18. 

Public Roads— W. P. Eddleman, Gas- 
tonia, Supt. Worked by special law; 25c. 
on $100 and 75c. on poll. Total for vear 
1907, 26,000. Convicts used. $30u",000 
bonds for road improvement voted and 
$100,000 sold. 

GATES. 
County Sjat, Gatesville. 

Clerk of the Court— W. T. Cross, Gates- 
ville. 

Shtriff — J. A. Brown, Gatesville. 

Register of Deeds — Martin Kellogg, Gates- 
ville. 

Treasurer — R. W. Gatling, Sarem. 

Coroner — G. C. Brooks, Sunbury. 

Surveyor— W. F. Eason, Gatesville. 

Standard-Keeper — W. R. Hayes, Gates- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. of Health— W. O. P. Lee, 
Rcynoldson. 

Supt. Co. Home — Mrs. Mary E. Riddick, 
Gatesville. 

Public Administrator — John J. Gatling, 
Sarem. 

Co. Supt of Schools— T. W. Costen, Jr., 
Gatesville. 

Co. Board of Education— T. W. Costen, 
Sr., (chm.), Sunbury; Franklin Matthews, 
Drum Hill; John S. Felton, Sarem. 

Co. Commissioners — W. McP. Goodman, 
(chm.), Topsy; Henry C. Williams, Vivian; 
J. A. Harrell, Sunbury. 

Co. Board of Elections — George W. Roun- 
tree, (chm.). Willow; Edgar Cross, Gates- 
ville; Kindred Parker, Eure. 

No. Schools — White, 35; colored, 27. 

Tax Rate— County, -'3 2-3c. on $100 and 
38c. on poll. No indebtedness. 

Public Roads — Lycurg-is Holier, Gates- 
ville, Supt. Worked by Old State Law. 

GRAHAM. 

County S?at, Eobbinsville. 

CTerk of the Court— Earl P. Tatham, 
Robbinsville. 

Sheriff— Geo. Shulcr. 

Register of Deeds— R. B. Slaughter, Rob- 
binsville. 

Treasurer — Horace Levin, Robbinsville. 

Coroner — R. L. Wilson. 

Surveyor — James Crisp. 

Standard-Keeper — R. B. Slaughter, Rob- 
binsville. 

Co. Attorney— Robt. L. Phillips. 

Co. Supt. Schools— I;. H. Rogers, Rob- 
binsville. . 

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(olim.), Robbinsville; S. . P. Harwood, 
Chooaii ; Joe Edwards, Stecoah. 

Co. Supt. of Health— M. T. Maxwell. 

Co. Commissioners — A. H. Colvard, Bart 
Orr, Geo. Colvard, Robbinsville. 

Co. Board of Elections — James Crisp, Ste- 
coah; T. A. Carpenter, Cheoah; N. M. E. 
Slaughter, (chm.), Robbinsville. 

No. Schools— White, 22. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100; 
35 l-3e. on $100; roads, 5c. Bonded debt, 
$6,000. 

Public Roads — Worked by labor. 

GUANVILLE. 

County Seat, Oxford. 

Clerk of the Court— C. F. Crews, Ox- 
ford. 

Sheriff— E. K. Howard, Oxford. 

Register of Deeds — J. B. Powell, Stem. 

Treasurer— W. T. Lvon, Ox.'ord. 

Coroner— S. M. Whcler, Oxford. 

Co. Attorney — B. S. Royster, Oxford. 

Supt. Co. Home— S. M. Daniel, Oxford. 

Supt. of Health— S. D. Booth, Oxford. 

Co. Supt. Schools- Fred Webb, O.xford. 

Co. Board of Education — A. W. Graham, 
(chm.), Oxford; J. A. Morris, O.xford, No. 
2; E. B. Meadows. Oxford, No. 1. 

Co. Commissioners — E. C. Harris, (chm.), 
Oxford, No 3; F. H. Gregory, Oxford; W. 
L. Taylor, Stovall, No. 1; W. P. Wilkin- 
son, Nelson, Va., No. 1; Ralph Currin, 
Northside. 

Co. Board of Elections— S. W. Cooper, 
(chm.), Oxford; W. A. De\-in, Oxford; 
J. W. Brown, Oxford. 

No. Schools— White, SO. colored, 43. 

Tax Rate — County and roads, 32c. on 
$100 and 63c. on poll. 

Public Roads— J. D. Wieeler, Supt. 
Worked by special taxation. Macadam road, 
10 miles; cost per mile, .$2,000. Iron 
bridges, 1. 

GREENE. 

County Seat, Snow Hill. 

Clerk of tiie Court — John R. Dail, Snow 
Hill. 

Sheriff- A. R Warren, Snow Hill. 

Register of Deeds— Josiah O. Sugg, Snow 
Hill. 

Treasurer— W. T. Carraway, Snow Hill. 

Surve.vor— R. E. Beaman, Speights 
Bridge. 

Coroner — J. H. Harper. 

Standard-Keeper— B. F. Albritton, Snow 
Hill. 

Co. Attorney- Sv,aft Galloway, Snow 
Hill. 

Co. Supt. of Health— W. B. Murphy, 
Snow Hill. 

Supt. Co. Home— Mrs. A. J. Eason. 

Co. Supt. Schools— J. E. Dcbnam, Snow 
Hill. 

Co. Board of Education— L. V. Morrill, 
(chm.). Snow Hill; W. A. Darden, Willow 
Green; John Harvey, Snow Hill. 

Co. Commissioners- Samuel McKeel, 
Speights Bridge; J. E. Herring, Castoria; 
C. H. Swinson, Jason. 

Co. Board of Elections— J. W. S. Bea- 

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man, Snow Hill, R. F. D. No. 1; E. D. 
Little, (chm.). Snow Hill, R. F. D. No. 
6; B. F. D. Albritton, Hookcrton. 

No. Schools— White, 32; colored, 21. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
3Sc. poll. Special, 25c. On poll, 75c. 
Floating debt, $27,000. Interest on debt, 
f per cent. 

Public Roads— "Worked by Act of 1903. 
No. miles, 25D. 

GUILFORD. 

County Scat, Greensboro. 

Clerk of the Court— Ernest Clapp, Greens- 
boro. 

Deputy Clerks of the Court— W. P. Beall, 
Jr., R. I. Moore, Greensboro. 

Sheriff — B. E. Jones, Greensboro. 

Register of Deeds — A. G. Kirkman, 
Greensboro. 

Deputy Register of Deeds — S. A. Kirk- 
man, R. H. Jones, Greensboro. 

Treasurer — J. W. McNairy, Greensboro. 

Coroner — J. P. Turner, Greensboro. 

Surveyor — Robert Gilchrist. Greensboro. 

Standard-Keeper — J. C. Clapp, Greens- 
boro. 

Co. Attorney — J. N. Wilson, Greensboro. 

Co. Supt. Health — Edmund Harrison, 
Greensboro. 

Supt. Co. Home — S. J. Scott, Greensboro. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— T. R. Foust, 
Greensboro. 

Public Administrator — G. H. McKinney, 
Greensboro. 

Ca. Board of Education— W. T. Whitsett, 
(chm.), Whitsett; Charles H. Ireland, 
Greensboro; John C. Kirmette, Pleasant 
Garden. 

Co. Commissioners — J. A. Davidson, 
(chm.), Gibsonville; John A. Young, U. 
F. D., Greensboro; W. C. Tucker, Pleas- 
ant Garden; W. G. Ragsdale, Jamestown; 
L. A. Walker. 

Co. Board of Elections- A. Wavland 
C-ooke, (chm.), Grensboro; Fred. N. Tate, 
(sec). High Point; A. A. Holton, High 
Point. 

Highway Commission — John L. King, 
(chm.), Greensboro; D'. H. Coble, No. 6, 
Greensboro; J. A. Hoskins, Summerfield; 
F. M. Pickett, High Point. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100; 
roads, (special), 12 l-3e. Macadam road, 
10 miles; cost per mile, $2,000. 

No. Schools— White, 97; colored, 31. 

Public Roads— J. G. Foushee, Supt. High 
way Commission. Bonds, $.300,000 for roads. 
No. miles graded about 160. No. miles 
macadamized, 60. 

HALIFAX. 

County Seat, Halifax. 

Clerk of the Court— S. M. Gary, Halifax. 

Sheriff— J. R. Patterson. Airlie. 

Register of Deeds— T. W. Fenner, Tlali- 
fax. 

Treasurer— F. P. Shields, Scotland Neck. 

Co. Attorney- David Bell, Enfield. 

Supt. of Health— I. E. Green, Weldon. 

Supt. Co. Home— W. B. Drev\Ty, Halifax. 

Co. Supt. Schools— A. S. Harrison, En- 
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Co. Board of Education — John A. Col- 
lins, (chni.), Enfield; Stuart Smith, Scot- 
land Neck; H. P. Robinson, Littleton. 

Co. Commissioners — B. A. Pope, S. P. 
Johnston, Wcldon; T. C. Williams, Terra- 
pin; W. R. Harvey, Littleton; N. L. Sted- 
man, Tillcry. 

Co. Board of Elections — A. McDowell, 
.Scotland 2>eck; Whit. A. Johnston, Little- 
ton; T. H. Dickens, Enfield. 

No. Schools — White, 56; colored, 61. 

Tax Rate— 21c. on ilOO; 4 l-3c. on bond_ 
ed debt. Roads, 20c. Bonded debt, 7,000. 
Iron bridges, 3. » 

Public Roads— Worked bv Law of 1903. 
A. T. Dickens, Tillery, Siipt. 

HARNETT. 

County S.at, Li.lington. 

Clerk of the Court— Floyd Taylor, Lil- 
lington. 

Sheriff — J. B. Lanier, Lillington. 

Register oi Deeds — H. C. Stewart, Lil- 
lington. 

Treasurer — J. H. Williams, Linden. 

Survej'or — Phil. McRae, Cambro. 

Co. Attorney — C. M. Muse, Lillington. 

Co. Supt. of Health— J. W. Halford, 
Chalybeate. 

Supt. Co. Home — M. R. Morgan, Lilling- 
ton. 

Co. Supt. Schools— J. D. Ezzell, DMnn. 

Co. Board of Education — C. D. Stewart, 
Coats; W. 11. Stephenson, Angier; D. B. 
Stewart, Leaflet. 

Co. Commissioners — J. H. Smith, T. A. 
Harrington, Harrington, G. K. Grantham, 
Dunn; D. P. McDonald, Spout Springs; W. 
If. Farlington, Dunn. 

Co. Board of Elections — H. T. Spiers, 
Lillington; R. L. Godwin. Dunn; J. B. Hol- 
land, Dunn. 

No. Schools— White, 60; colored, 28. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100; on 
debt, lOe. Bonded debt, $29,000. Two 
iron bridges and one iron R. R. bridge. 

Public Roads — Worked by Old State Law. 
No. miles, 800. 

HAYWOOD. 

County S..'at, Wavne3\'llle. 

Clerk of tlie Court— R. A. L. Hyatt, 
Waynesville. 

Sheriff— W. R. Medford, WajTiesville. 

Register of Deeds — J. R. Boyd, Waynes- 
ville. 

Treasurer — Hugh A. Love, Waynesville. 

Coroner — J. E. Moore, Canton. 

Surveyor — T. C. Ledbetter, Waynesville. 

Co. Attorney — H. R. Ferguson, Waynes- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. of Health— J. F. Abel, Way- 
nesville. 

Supt. Co. Home — James Moodv, Plott. 

Co. Supf. Schools— R. A. Sentell, Way- 
nesville. 

Board of Education — J. E. Wilson, 
Cchm.), Canton, R. F. D. ; J. F. Shelton, 
Waynesville, R. F. D. ; J. K. Boone, Way- 
nesville. 

Co. Commissioners — M. M. Noland, Fines 
Creek; E. H. Honell, Jonathan; F. C. 
Haynes, Chde. 



Co. Board of Elections — D. B. Noland, 
WajnesviUe; W. T. Denton, Waynesville; 
M. D. Kinsland, Waynesville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

No. Schools— White, 52; colored, 2. 

Tax Rate— County, 20c. on $100; Road, 
12c. Macadam roads, 12i^ miles. Iron 
bridges, 10. 

Public Roads— T. B. Medford, Waynes- 
ville, Supt. Worked by Old State Law 
and taxation, 33 l-3c. on $100 and $1.00 
poll. Convicts used. Crushed stone, 12 
miles. 

HENDERSON. 
County Seat, Hendersonville. 

Clerk of the Court— C. M. Pace, Hender- 
sonville. 

Sheriff — J. L. Freeman, Hendersonville. 

Register of Deeds — B. F. Staton, Hender- 
sonville. 

Surveyor — T. L. Drake, Hendersonville. 

Coroner, W. R. Kirk. 

Co. Attorneys — Toms & Blythe, Hender_ 
sonville. 

Co. Sunt. Health— J. G. Waldrop, Hen- 
dersonville. 

Supt. Co. Home — J. Lee, Hendersonville. 

Co. Supt. Schools — McD. Kay, Hender- 
sonville. 

Co. Board of Education — J. D. Dermid, 
(chm.), Hendersonville; C. Oats, Bearwal- 
low; N. W. Posey, Horse Shoe, R. F. D. 

Co. Commissioners — Frank Jones, (chm.), 
Hendersonville; S. W. Hamilton, Hender- 
sonville; G. N. Siutell, Bowmans Bluff. 

Co. Board of Elections— V. C. V. Shep- 
! 1-erd. (ehm.), Henderson \ille; W. L. Mil- 
ler, Rugbj'; J. Williams, Hendersonville. 

No. Schools — White. 52; colored, 11. 

Tax Rate— State, 21c.; Pensions, 4c.; 
Schools, ISc. ; County, 23 2-3e. ; Court 
House, lie: R. R. Bonds, 20c.; Sinking 
Fund, 7c. ; Bridge. 9 l-3c. ; Refunding, r2c. ; 
Road, 20c. on $100 and $4.05 on the poll. 
Iron bridges is a special tax of $97,183 not 
included in the above road and bridge tax. 

Public Roads — P. F. Patton, Henderson- 
ville, Supt. Worked by convict labor and 
taxation. 20c. on $100 and 60c. poll; on 
bridges 7c. on $100 and 21c. on poll. On 
roads and bridges, $11,245.49 

HERTFORD. 

' County Seat, Winton. 

Clerk of the Court — Thomas D. Boone, 
Winton. , 

Sheriff— A. E. Garrett, Winton. 
Register of Deeds — John A. Northcott, 
Winton. 

Treasurer — A. E. Garrett, ex-officio, Win- 
ton. 
Coroner — A. W. Greene, Ahoskie. 
Surveyor — J. D. Parker, Aulander. 
Standard Keeper — John E. Jones, Winton. 
Co. Attorneys^Winborne & Lawrence, 
Murfreesboro. 
Co. Supt. Health— J. H. Mitchell, 
I Ahoskie. 

Supt. Co Home — C. W. Parker, Menola. 
I Co. Supt. of Schools— T. E. Brown, 

Ahoskie, R. F. D. No. — . 
i Board of Education — S. P. Winborne, 



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(chm.). Como; John E. Vann, Winton; J. 
H. Mitchell, Ahoskie. 

Co. Commissioners — J. G. Magette, 
(chm.), Como; A. I. Parker, Winton; J. 
C. Vinson, Murfrcesboro; W. E. CuUens, 
Ilarrellsville; C. W. Parker, Menola. 

Co. Board of Election.? — A. C. Vann, 
Union; I. F. Snipes, Menola; W. P. Shaw, 
Jr., Winton. 

No. Schools — White, 32; corored, 32. 

Tax Rate— County, P6 2-3c. on $100. 

Public Roads — Worked by Special Act of 
1907. 

HYDE. 
County Scat, Swan Quarter. 

Clerk of the Court — 11. J. Spencer, Swan 
Quarter. 

Sheriff — T. J. Mann, Lake Landing. 

Rrgister of Deeds— L. L. Rue, Swan 
Quarter. 

Treasurer — .E B. Bell, Swan Quarter. 

Coroner — R. E. Windlv, Lake Landing. 

Surve.yor — C. L. Mann, Englehard. 

Standard-Keeper — N. B. Harris, Swan 
Quarter. 

Co. Attorney — Walter Jones, Swan Quar- 
ter. 

Co. Supt. of Health— R. E. Windly, Lake 
Landing. 

Sujit. Co. Home — J. T. Sawyer, Swan 
Quarter. 

Co. Supt. Schools — S. J. Beckwith, Lake 
Landing. 

Co. Board of Education — W. P. Burrus, 
Cchm.), Englehard; Z. T. Fortescue, 
Scranton; M. S. Credle, Swan Quarter. 

Co. Commissionprs — J. M. Hall, (chm.), 
Middleton; C. J. Squyors, Scranton; W. S. 
Harris, Swan Quarter. 

Co. Board of Elections — J. C. Simmons, 
Fairfield; George Makcly, Lake Comfort; 
Willie Swindell, Swan (juarter. 

No. Schools— White, 32; colored, 24. 

Tax Rate— 76 2-.3c. on $100; Poor, 7c.; 
Pensions, 4c. on property and 12c. on poll. 
Special School Tax: Swan Quarter Graded 
School, ''i,'5c. on $100 and $1.9.5 on poll. 
Lake Landing Graded School, 33 l-3c. on 
$100 and $1.00 on poll. Ocracoke District 
School, 30c. on $100 and 90c. on poll. 

Public Roads — I. R. Credle, Swan Quar- 
ter, Commissioner. No. miles, 165. 
Tax of 20c. on $100 and 60c. on poll for 
road purposes. 

IREDELL. 

County Seat, Statesville. 

Clerk of the Court — J. A. Hartness, 
Statesville. 

Shrriff— W. A. Summers, Statesville. 

Register of Deeds — M. O. Williams, 
Statesville. 

Treasurer — M. A. Feimster, Statesville. 

Coroner — P. C. Carlton, Statesville. 

Sun-eyor — R. F. Rieves, Statesville. 

Standard-Keeper — John U. Lamprecht, 
Statesville. 

Co. Attorney — W. G. Lewis, Statesville. 

Co. Supt. Health— M. R. Adams, States- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. Schools— L. O. White, States- 
ville. 



Supt. Co. Home — W. C. Berry, Barium 

Springs. 

Public Administrator — G. W. CI egg, 
Statesville. 

Co. Board of Education — J. H. Hill, 
(chm.), Statesville; J. L. Bradley, Moores- 
ville; J. W. Albea, Harmony. 

Co. Commissioners — N. B. Mills, (chm.), 
Statesville; J. W. Hager, Clio; D. E. 
Turner, Moorcsville; H. C. Summers, New 
Sterling; J. B. Parks, River Hill. 

Co. Board of Elections — W. D. Temple- 
ton, Moortsville; Lee Morrow, Statesville; 
R. V. Brawley, Statesville. 

No. Schools — Wliite, 94; colored, 34. 

Tax Rate — County, 20c. ; Roads, 20c. on 
$100 and 60c. on poll; Schools, ISc. No 
indebtedness. 

Public Roads— W. C. Henry, Statesville, 
Supt. Convict labor used. Road tax last 
year, $20,000.00. 

JACKSON. 

County Seat, Webster. 

Clerk of the Court— V. F. Brown, Web- 
ster. 

Sheriff — James M. Worley, Webster. 

Register of Deeds— J. T. Gribble, Web- 
ster. 

Treasurer — J. A. Williams, Webster. 

Coroner — J. W. Slielton, Painter. 

Survevor — T. R. Zachary, Cashiers. 

Co. Attorney— Felix E. Alley, Webster. 

Co. Supt. Health- H. F. Burgin, Webster. 

Supt. Co. Home — R. L. Knight, Webster. 

Co. Supt. Schools — W. L. Henson, 
Webster. 

Co. Board of Education— R. L. Madison, 
(chm.). Painter; J. W. Davis, Webster; 
W. O. Buchanan, Sylva.. 

Co. Commissioners — C. A. Bird, (chm.), 
Whittier; J. M. Watson, Painter; W. J. 
Henderson, Erastus. 

Co. Board of Elections — E. L. McKee, 
(chm.), Sylva; J. W. Davis, Webster; J. 
T. Wike, East Laporte. 

No. Schools— White, 43; colored, 3. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100; 
roads, 20c. ; Education, special, 3c. ; bpe_ 
cial, 12c. Iron bridges, 5. 

Public Roads— Worked by taxation and 
free labor combined. No. miles, 300. 

JOHNSTON. 

County S'at, smithfield. 

Clerk of the Court— W. S. Stevens, 
Smithfield. 

Sheriff— R. M. Nowell, Selma. 

Register of Deeds — S. T. Honeycutt, 
Smithfield. 

Treasurer — G. A. Hood, Kenly. 

Coroner— A. H. Ros?, Smitlifi'eld. 

Surveyor — T. R. Fulghum, Pine Level. 

Standard-Keeper — S. B. Johnson, Smith- 
field. 

Co. Sunt, of Health— L. D. Wharton, 
Smithfield. 

Supt. Co. Home — George M. Hinton, 
Smithfield. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — J. .P. Canaday, 
Smithfield. 

Co. Board of Education — W. F. Gerald, 



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(chm.). Pine Level; John Stenhenson, Ben- 
son, R. F. D. No. 4; John W. Wood, Ben- 
son, R. F. D-. No. 2. 

Co. Commissioners— Z. L. Lemay, Smith- 
field; Eli S. IXirlington, tsenson, No. 1; W. 
G. Wrenn, McCuUers, K. F. D. ; N. W. 
Smith, Four Oaks, R. F. D. No. 1; W. 
Turner Bailey, Kenly. 

Co. Board of Flections— M. C. Winston, 
Cchm.), Stlnia; W. A. Ed^erton, Smith- 
field; W. R. Creech, Smithfield. 

No. Schools— White, 108; colored, 38. 

Public Roads— Worked by Old State Law 
except Clayton, Sni'tlifleld and Selma 
Townships, "which are worked by taxation. 
No. miles, 600. 

Tax Rate— County, 20c. on $100 and 23c. 
on polls; 21c. for State; 18c. for Schools; 
4c. for Pensions; 20c. for County, and 
$1.89 on polls. No. iron bridges, 5. 

JONES. 

County Seat, Trenton. 

Clerk of the Court— J. B. Collins, Tren- 
ton. 

Sheriff— Lon Taylor, Trenton. 

Register of Deeds— J. K. Dixon, Trenton. 

Treasurer— C. C. Smith, Trenton. 

Coroner — H. Johnson, Trenton. 

Surveyor— Hugh Dudley, Trenton. 

Standard-Keeper- S. Rarker. Trenton. 

Co. Attorney— Thomas D. Warren, Tren- 
ton. 

Co. Supt. of Health— H. Johnson, Tren- 
ton. 

Supt. Co. Home— H. Pollock, Trenton. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— W. H. Hammond, 
Trenton. 

Co. Board of Education— T. A. Bell, 
(chm.), Polloksville: G. G. Noble, 
Tuckahoe; R. D. Dixon, Ma}sville. 

Co. Commissioners — Charles A. Rhodes, 
Comfort; F. Brock, Trenton; J. J. Sim- 
mons, Polloksville. 

Co. Board of Elections— J. W. Wooten, 
(chm.), Trenton; R. D. Dixon, Maysville; 
J. K. Brock, Trenton. 

No. Schools— White, 32; colored, 22. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3 on $100 and 
'J7c. poll. Special tax for roads 15c. on 
.$100; 45e. on polls. 

Public Roads — Worked by Taxation. No. 
miles, 175. Road Superintendents: K. R. 
Hay, Maysville; B. R. Henderson, Pol- 
loksville, R. F. D. ; L. A. Haywood, 
Trenton; W. 0. Haskins, Trenton, R. F. 
1).; F. B. Koonce, Comfort; W. B. Har 
gctt. Comfort; E. B. Islcr, Dover, R. F. D. 
LEXOIR. 
County Seat, Kinston. 

Clerk of the Court— Plato Collins, Kin- 
ston. 

Sheriff — J. P. Nunn, Kinston. 

Register of Deeds — Jno. JI. Barwick, 
Kinston. 

Treasurer — Jno. H. Dawson, Kinston. 

Coroner — J. C. Green, LaGrange. 

Surveyor — G. F. Loftin, Kinston. 

Standard-Keeper — T. B. Ashford, Kinston. 

Supt. of Health— C. L. Pridgen, Kinston. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— C. W. Howard, 
Kinston. 



Co. Board ot Education — Richard H. 
Lewis, (chm.), Kinston; F. R. Hodges, 
LaGrange; H. W. Davi.s, Seven Springs. 

Co. Commissioners— H. T\ill, (chm.), 
Kinston; W. P. Gilbert, Grifton; Barnett 
Howard, Pink Hill; Jno. C. Davis, Stra- 
bane; Simon Wooten, LaGrange. 

Co. Board of Elections— H. E. Shaw, 
(chm.), Kinston; T. B. Brown, Kinston; 
W. A. Jones, Pink Hill. 

No. Schools— White, 10: colored, 24. 

Tax Rate— County, 18c. on $100 and 
29 l-4c. poll; roads, ISc. and 54c. poll. 
Special tax for new jail and bridges, 
12c. on $100 and 38e. on poll. Spe- 
cial tax for fence, 4c. on $100, in stock 
law territory. 

Public Roads — N. B. Wooten, Kinston, 
Supt. Worked by Special Law and con- 
vict labor; total taxation for 1907, about 
$12,383.78. 

LINCOLN. 
County Seat, Lincolnton. 

Clerk of the Court — A. Nixon, Lincoln- 
ton. 

Sheriff— J. K. Cline, Lincolnton. 

Register of Deeds — H. A. Self, Lincoln- 
ton. 

Treasurer — R. F. Beal, Lincolnton. 

Coroner — E. C. Baker, Lincolnton. 

Co. Attornej' — C. E. Cliilds, Lincolnton. 

Co. Supt. of Health— John W. Saine, 
Lincolnton. 

Supt. Co. Home — M. L. Heavner, Lin- 
colnton. 

Co. Supt. Schools— G. T. Heafner, 
Grouse. 

Co. Board of Education — J. 0. Allen, 
(chm.), Lincolnton; D. C. K. Wilkinson, 



I lion Station; B. C. Wood, Lincolnton. 

Co. Commissioners — W. T. Carpenter, 
Lincolnton; J. A. King, Denver; Junius 
Planton, Henry; J. E. Rcinhardt, Iron 
Station; Thomas Kline, Lincolnton. 

Co. Board of Elections — W. C. Quickel, 
(.chm.), Lincolnton; R. J. Mauzer, Lincoln- 
ton; Edgar Love, (sec'y), Lincolnton. 

No. Schools — White, 57; colored, 14. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100. Two 
iron bridges. 

Mcdowell. 

County Seat, Marion. 

Clerk of the Court — Thomas Morris, Ma- 
r'on. 

Sheriff — P. H. Mashburn, Marion. 

Register of Deeds — John A. Laughridge, 
Marion. 

Treasurer — N. C. Jones, Marion. 

Coroner— W. W. Gilbert, Rocky Pass. 

Survevor — L. A. Hanev, Demming. 

Supt." of Co. Home— J. A. Poteet, Ma- 
rion. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— D. F. Giles, Marion. 

Co. Board of Elections — D. E. Hudgen, 
Marion; Geo. I. AVhite, Marion; W. E. 
Brown, Marion. 

Co. Supt. of Health— M. L. Justice, Ma- 
rion. 

Co. Commissioners — John Yancey, Ma- 
rion; G. W. Conley, Woodlawn; R. R. 
Moore, Old Fort. 

Co. Board of Educati -n— D. E. Hudgiris, 



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Marion; J. L. Padgett, Nebo; Johnson Led- 
bi'ttcr, Dome. 

No. Schools— White, •"iT; cokred, 13. 

Tax Rate— County, court house and poor, 
22c. on $100 and i^2.2.5 poll. Bridges and 
roads, 10c on $100 and SOc. poll; railroads, 
2:.c. Bonded debt, $5.5,900. 

Public Roads— Worked in part by labor 
and taxation, 10 to 40c on $100 and SOc. 
to $1.20 poll. No. miles, 200. 

MACON. 

County Seat, Franklin. 

Clerk of the Court— R. M. Ledford, 
Franklin. 

Sheriff— II. D. Dean, Franklin. 

Register of Deeds— D. W. Blaine, Frank- 
lin. 

Treasurer— H. D. Dean, Franklin. 

Coroner — R. F. Henry, Franklin. 

Surveyor — J. W. Amnions, Franklin. 

Co. Attorney — Robertson & Benbow, 
Franklin. 

Co. Supt. of Health— S. H. Lyle, Frank- 
lin. 

Snpt. of Co. Home— J. N. McConnell, 
Iranklin. 

Co. Supt. Schools— M. D. Billings, 
Franklin. 

Board of Education— Geo. Dalrymple, 
a-hm.), Franklin; J. T. Patton, Franklin; 
T. B. Higdon, Higdonv'lle. 

Co. Commissioners— E. H. Franks, (ehm.) 
Franklin; J. M. Cochran, Flats; J. M. 
Keener, Gneiss. 

Co. Board of Elections— .John W. Mann, 
Franklin; J. G. Siler, Franklin; E. H. 
Franks. Franklin. 

No. Schools — White, 59; colored, 4. 

Tax Rate— County, 16 2-3c. on .$100; poor, 
7c.; roads, 35c. on $100 and $1.05 poll. 
Floating debt, $7,717.16; school, $1.58 poll 
and 18o. on $100. 

Public Roads — County surveyor. Worked 
by Special Act and taxation; total last 
year, $5,802.46. Imp'-ovi d. 25 miles. 

3IADISON. 

County Scat, Marehall. 

Clerk of the Court— J. H. White, Mar- 
shall. 

Sheriff- George W. Cole, Marshall. 

Register of Deeds — W. R. Rice, Marshall. 

Treasurer — W. II. Henderson, Marshall. 

Coroner — A. J. McDevett, Walnut. 

Surveyor — Z. V. Hunter, Mars Hill. 

Standard-Keeper — W. R. Rice, Marshall. 

Co. Attorney — Lewis J. Baley, Marshall. 

Co. Supt. of" Health— W. J. Weaver, Mar- 
shall. 

Supt. Co. Home — Len Henderson, Mar- 
shall. 

Co. Supt. Schools — C. A. Henderson, 5far- 
shall. 

Co. Board of Education — L. M. Bryan, 
jMarshall; W. L. Hensley, Buckncr; 3. M. 
Wallin, Big Laurel. 

Co. Commissioners — W. R. Rice, (Clerk 
to Board); A. H. Bryan, Marshall; J. C. 
Chandley, White Rock; W. C. Ammons, 
Marshall, No. 3. 

Co. Board of Elections — W. O. Connor, 



(dim.). Mars Hill; G. L. McKinney, Mar- 
sliall; G. H. Roberts, Marshall, No. 1. 

No. Schools — White, 75; colored, 4. 

Tax Rate — State, 21c. ; pension, 4c. ; 
schools, 18c. ; general county, 23 2-3c. ; 
roads, 10c. ; bridges, !)c. ; jury, Sc. ; interest 
on bonds, lOe. ; poll, $3.11. Bonded debt, 
$90,000. Floating debt, $30,000. 

Public Roads— J. F. Bryan, Marshall, R. 
F. D'. 3, Supt. Worked by Special Act. 
Work 6 days and pay 10c. on $100 \ prop- 
erty and 30c. poll. 

aiAKTIN. 

County Scat, WlUiamston. 

Clerk of the Court— J. A. Hobbs, Wil- 
liamston. 

Sheriff— J. C. Crawford, Wil liamston. 

Ri gister of Deeds- W. C. Manning, Wil- 
liamston. 

Treasurer — H. M. Burras, SVilliamston. 

Surveyor — Sylvester Peel, WlUiamston. 

Standard-Ke"eper— John T. Ross, Roberson- 
ville. 

Supt. Co. Home— J. D. Bowen, WlUiam- 
ston. 

Supt. of Health— W. E. Warren, WlUiam- 
ston. 

Co. Supt. Schools— R. J. Peel, WlUiam- 
ston. 

Co. Commissioners — R. H. Salisbury, Has- 
S(ll; W. M. Perry, W-Uiamston; W. A. 
Brown, Jamesville. 

Co. Board of Education— J. T. Waldo, 
(ehm.), Hamilton; L. B. Wynn, Everetts; 
S. R. Biggs, Williamston. 

Co. Board Elections— N. S. Peel, (chm.), 
Williamston; B. R. Jenkins, Robersonville; 
C. C. Fagan, Williamston. 

No. Schools — White, 47; colored, 31. 

Tax Rate— County, 17c. on $100. 

Public Roads — W. C. Manning, William- 
ston, Supt. Worked by Old State Law. 
Four per cent on $100 annually spent out 
of county fund. One-third of the roads 
improved. Convict labor can be used. Iron 
bridges, 4. 

MECKI.ENBURG. 

Countv Seat, Charlotte. 

Clerk of the Court— J. A. Russell, Cliar- 
lotte. 

Register of Deeds — W. M. Moore, Char- 
lotte. 

Treasurer — H. J. Walker, Charlotte. 

Coroner — William .-V. Gresham, Charlotte. 

Surveyor — J. B. Spratt, Dixie. 

Standard-Keeper- A. B. Willniann, Char- 
lotte. 

Co. Attorneys — Burwell & Cansler, Char- 
lotte. 

Supt. of Health— C. S. McLaughlin, 
Cliarlotte. 

Supt. Co. Home — J. T. Ilolton, Charlotte. 

Public Administrators — II. N. Pharr, W. 
M. Smith, Charlotte. 

Co. Supt. Schools— R. J. Cochrane, Char- 
lotte. 

Co. Board of Education — William Ander- 
son, (chm.), Charlotte; W. M. Ross, Fort 
Mill, S. C. ; John McDowell, Charlotte; C. 
H. Caldwell, Charlotte, R. F. D. ; Jno 
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Co. Commissioners — Jno. B. Ross, (chm.), 
Charlotte; C. V. Furr, Charlotte, R. F. D.; 
D. A. Henderson, Mint Hill; W. M. Long, 
Charlotte; W. N. McKeo, Charlotte, R. 
F. D. 

Co. Board Elections— A. M. McDonald, 
(chm.), Charlotte; W. S. Caldwell, Hun- 
tersville; Geo. W. Sadler, Charlotte. 

No Schools — White, "S; colored, 61. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100; 
roads, 10c. ; interest on debt, 15c. ; con- 
victs, 25c. ; schools, 18c. 

Bonded debt, $300,000; floating debt, 
$40,000. 

Public Roads— Worked by Old State Law 
and convicts. Two complete macadamizing 
outfits; cost about $15,000. Macadam road, 
150 miles; cost per mile, $3,000. No. iron 
bridges, 13. 

MITCHELL. 

County Scat, Bakersville. 
Clerk of the Court— M. L. Buchanan, 
Bakersville. 

Bryant, Bakersville. 
Deeds— J. D. Braswell, 



H. Bradshaw, Jr., Bakers- 



Sherifif- J. W 

Register of 
B.ikersville. 

Treasurer — R. 
ville. 

Coroner — L. C. Byrd, Bakersville. 

Surveyor — C. H. Wise, Hawk. 

Co. Attornev — S. J. Turner, Bakersville. 

Co. Supt. Health— V. R. Butt, Bakers- 
ville. 

Supt. Co. Home— W. P. Arnold, Herrell. 

Co. Supt. Schools— D. W. Greene, Wing. 

Board of Education— S. R. Hensley, 
(chm.), Penland; Jno. A. Bailey, Spruce 
Pine; Geo. M. Young, Red Hill. 

Co. Commissioners — Joe Bowditch, 

(chm.), Bakersville; Will Greene, Clarissa; 
B. P. Griffin, Relief. 

Co. Board Elections— S. R. Hensley, Pen- 
land; S. J. Black, R. O. Wilson, Bakers- 
ville. 

No. Schools — White, 72; rolored, 4. 

Tax Rate— County, 24c. on .$100 and 50c. 
polls; special roads, 10c. and 30c. polls. 
Floating debt, $l,.50O. Iron bridges, 1. 

Public Roads — Worked by taxation. M. J. 
Panncll, Supt., Bakersville. 

MONTGOMERY. 
County Seat, Troy. 

Clerk of the Court— C. A. Armstrong, 
Trov. 

Sheriff— R. T. Rush, Troy. 

Register of T>ecds— 0. B. Deaton, Troy. 

Treasurer— R. T. Rush, Troy. 

Coroner — J. B. Hurlev. Wadeville. 

Surveyor — M. A. Bennett, Marcus. 

Co. Supt. of Health — Dr. Shamberger, 
Star. 

Supt. Co. Home— W. C. Hurley, Troy. 

Co. Supt. Schools— R. T. Poole, Troy. 

Co. Commissioners — G.;o. M. Bruton, Mt. 
Gilead, R. F. D. No. 2; N. M. Thayer, 
Eldorado; R. B. Munn. Tola. 

Co. Board of Elections— A. B. McCaskill, 
(chm.), Cander; A. R. Morris, Troy; H. 
P. Montgomery, Montgomery. 

Tax Ratf>— County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
38c. on poll ; special, 15c. on $100 and 4.5c. 



on poll. Floating debt, $500. 

No Schools — White, 5b; colored, 14. 

Public Roads— Worked by Old State Law. 
No. miles, 200. 

MOORE. 
County Seat, Carthage. 

Clerk of the Court— J. Alton Mclver, 
Carthage. 

Sheriff— A. C. Kelly, Carthage. 

Register of Deeds— N. A. McKeithen 
Carthage. 

Treasurer — A. D. Muse, Carthage. 

Coroner — H. B. Hoyle, Jonesboro. 

Surveyor— J. L. Cole, Carthage. 

Co. Attorney — W. J. Adams, Carthage. 

Supt. Health — G. McLeod, Carthage. 

Supt. Co. Home — Sam D. Stuart. 

Public Administrator — McL Kennedy, 
Carthage. 

Co. Supt. Schools— J. A. McLeod, Car- i 
thage. I 

Co. Board Education — R. W. Allen, ■ 
(chm.), Sanford; J. R. McQueen, Lakeview; ] 
W. H. H. Lawhon, Carthage. 

Co. Commissioners — W. S. Weatherspoon, 
(chm.), Sanford; E. P. Seawell, Carthage; 
M. A. Monroe, Big Oak. 

Co. Board of Elections— U. L. Spence, 
(chm.), Carthage; O. D. Wallace, Carthage; 
C. A. .Tones, Carbonton. 

No. Schools— White, 38; colored, 46. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
3Sc. poll; special for county indebtedness, 
6c. and 18c. poll ; graded schools, SOc. and 
one. poll. Bonded debt, $6,000. Floating 
debt, $20,000. 

Public Roads — Dr. G. McLeod, Carthage, 
Supt. 

NASH. 
County Seat, Nashville. 

Clerk of the Court— T. A. Sills, Nash- 
ville. 

Sheriff — C. L. Johnson, Nashville. 

Register of Deeds — J. R. Whitaker, Nash- 
ville. 

Treasurer — J. D. Winstead, Nashville. 

Surveyor — C. D. Jones, Nashville. 

Coroner — J. S. Proctor, Nashville. 

Standard-Keeper— P. W. D. Lincke, Nash- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. Health— J. P. Battle, Nash- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. Schools— W. S. Wilkinson, 
Rock}' Mount. 

Co. Examiner — W. S. Wilkinson, Rocky 
Mount. 

Co. Commissioners — AV. E. Jeffreys, 
(chm.). Rocky Mount: A. T. Strickland, 
Glover; S. A. Batchelor, Nashville. 

Supt. Co. Home- Ivcy W. Strickland, 
Nashville. 

Board of Education— J. F. Finch, Glover; 
T. V. Avent, Aventon; R. H. Ricks, Rocky 
Mount. 

Co. Board of Elections— A. T. Strickland, 
Spring Hope, R. F. D. ; W. D'. Jovncr, 
Rocky Mount, R. F. D. ; V. B. Carter, 
Nashville. 

No. Schools — White, 62; colored, 45. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 .'-3c. or. $100. 

Public Roads — Worked by O'd State Law. 
No. miles, about 800. Convicts can be used. 



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NEAV HAXOArEIK. 

County Scat, Wilmington. 

Clerk of the Court— John D. Taylor, 
Wilmington. 

Sheriff— S. P. Cowan, Wilmington. 

RfgisttT of Deeds — John Haas, Wilming- 
ton. 

Treasurer — H. McL. Green, Wilmington. 

Coroner— C. D. Bell, Wilmington. 

Standard-Keeper — G. C. Simmons, Wil- 
mington. 

Co. Attorney — M. Bellamy, Wilmington. 

Co. Supt. of Health— W. D. McMillan, 
Wilmington. 

Supt. Co. Home — J. R. Hardee, Wilming- 
ton. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— W. Catlett, Wil- 
mington. 

Co. Commissioners — D. McEachern, 

(ohm.), M. W. Djvine, H. L. Vollers, Wm. 
F. Robertson, W. F. Alexander. 

Jailor — E. D. Capps. 

Board of Education— George Rountree, 
(clim.), D. McRae, W. H. Sprunt, Wil- 
mington. 

Co. Board of Elections— J. O. Carr, Wm. 
Gilchrist, Wm. Struthers, Jr.. Wilmington. 

No. Schools — White, 19; colored, 14. 

Tax Rati^County, 23 2-3e. on $100; road 
bonds, 2 l-3c and 7c. poll; hospital, 4c. 
and 12c. poll. 

Public Roads— H. Hocutt, Supt. Worked 
by convict labor. No. miles, 80; crushed 
stone, 30. 

NOKTHAJIPTON, 

County Seat, Jackson. 

Clerk of the Court— J. T. Flythe, Jack- 
son. 

Sheriff — H. L. Joyner, Jackson. 

Register of Deeds — S. J. Calvert, Jack- 
son. 

Treasurer — J. G. L. Crocker, Seaboard. 

Coroner — N. P. Coppedge, Margarettsville. 

Surveyor — E. P. Outland, Eaglftown. 

Co. Supt. Health — H. W. Lewis, Jackson. 

Supt. Co. Home — A. H. Reed, Jackson. 

Co. Supt. Schools — P. J. Long, Jackson. 

Board of Education — J. B. Stephenson, 
(chm.), Severn; W. T. Joyner, Garysburg; 
E. B. Lassiter, Potecasi. 

Co. Commissioners — C. R. Harrell, (chm.), 
Potecasi; D. N. Stephenson, Pendleton; 
Everett Baugham, Rich Square; J. M. 
Grant, Jackson; J. H. Fitzhugh, Garys- 
burg; Attorne.vs, Gay & Midyett. 

Co. Board of Elections — S. J. Calvert, 
Jackson; J. W. Weaver, Rich Square; W. 
T. Griffin, Woodland. 

No. Schools — White, 44; colored, 42. 

Tax Rate — County, 14e. on $100 property, 
and 9c. on poll. Road tax, 15c. on $100 
property; 45c. on poll. Bonded indebted- 
ness, $8,000. 

Public Roads— J. M. Smith, Severn, Supt. 
Worked bv taxation by la\vs of 1906. 
Amount $10,313.49. No. "miles, 600. 

ONSLOW. 

County S at, Jacksonville. 
Clerk of the Court — M. M. Capps, Jack- 



sonville. 

Sheriff— W. C. Mills, Richlands. 

Register of Deeds — J. B. Petteway, Jack- 
sonville. 

Treasurer — G. A. Hurst, Jacksonville. 

Coroner — Eli Shiver, Jacksonville. 

Sun'eyor — J. L. Woodward, Richlands. 

Standard-Keeper, Julian Avery, Jackson- 
ville. 

Co. Attornev— E. M. Koonce, Jackson- 
ville. 

Supt. Health— Cyrus Thompson, Jackson- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. Schools— W. M. Thompson, 
I'ichlands. 

Co. Board of Education — Hosea Brown, 
(chm.), Jacksonville; O. F. Justice, Snead'g 
Ferry; D. F. Howard, Richlands. 

Co. Commissioners— B. L. Kellum, Jack- 
sonville; John Williams, Richlands; J. A. 
Pittman, Swansboro. 

Co. Board of Elections— T. B. Henderson, 
Jacksonville; J. C. Cole, Jacksonville; W. 
H. Jarman, Jacksonville 

No. Schools— White, C-3; colored, 20. 

Tax Rate— State, 25c. on $100 and $2.00 
r.T' poll; schools. 18c. and $1.00 on poll. 
Bonded debt, $60,000; interest on debt, 
!p.;,6G0. 

Public Roads— Worked by Old State Law. 

ORANGE. 

Countv Stat, Hillsboro. 

Clerk of the" Court— D. H. Hamilton, 
Hillsboro. 

Sheriff— S. W. Andrews, Hillsboro. 

R gister of Deeds — John Laws, Hillsboro. 

Treasurer — H. L. Parish, Hillsboro. 

Surveyor — James O. Webb, Hillsboro. 

Co. Attornev— S. M. Gattis, Hillsboro. 

Co. Supt. Health— C. D. Jones, Hills- 
boro. 

Supt. Co. Home— R. D. Bain, Efland. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— J. C. Hocutt, 
Hillsboro. 

Board of Education— J. P. Lockhart, 
(chm.), Hillsboro; S. T. Forrest, Efland; 
George C. Pickard, Chapel Hill. 

Co. Commissioners — J. F. McAdams, 
Sterling Browning, Joseph Pickett, Hills- 
bf.ro. 

Co. Board of Elections— J. D. Webb, 
(chm.). Chapel Hill; Joseph A. Harris, 
Hillsboro; A. J. Gordon. Hillsboro. 

No. Schools— White, *4; colored, 23. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-.'?c. on $100 and 
3Sc. polls; roads, 25c. and 75c. on poll. 
I-'loating debt about i>.j,O00. 

Public Roads — Special road tax for Hills- 
boro township. Commissioners: P. C. Col- 
lins, M. C. Ray and !I. Winder Webb. 

PA]V£LICO. 

Countv Scat, Bavboro. 

Clerk of the" Court- Geo. T. Famell, 
Bayboro. 

Sheriff — Geo. R. Brinson, Bairds Creek. 

Register of Deeds — Z. V. Rawls, Bay- 
boro. 

Treasurer — S. W. Ferrebee, Stonewall. 

Coroner — R. M. Daniels, Stonewall. 

Surveyor — Paul T. Tingle, Stonewall. 

Co. Supt. Health — D. A. Dees, Bayboro. 



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Supt. Co. Home— George W. Reel, Bay- 
boro. 

Co. Supt. Schools— E. C. Ross, Stone- 
wall. 

Board of Education — W. T. Mayo, 
(chm.), Mesic; B. F. McCotter, AlUance; 
H. L. Gibbs, Oriental. 

Co. Commissioners — ^J. F. Cowell, Bay- 
boro; J. B. Martin, Janerio; Benjamin 
Potter, Cash Comer. 

Co. Board of Elections — ^D. B. Hooker, 
Bayboro; Phil C. Jones, Vandemere; C. A. 
Flowers, Vandemere. 

No. Schools— WTiite, 22; colored, 12. 

Tax Rat(i--County, whole rate fl.Ol 2-3 
on $100. Floating debt, about ipSOO. 

Public Roads— Worked by Law of 1907. 
No. miles, 180. R. A. Haugh, Supt., Bay- 
boro. 

PASQUOTAXK. 

County Ssat, Elizabeth City. 

Clerk of the Court— \V. H. Jennings, 
EUzabeth City. 

Sheriff— Oiarles Reid, Elizabeth City. 

Register of Deeds — J. C. Spenee, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Treasurer — James P. Thompson, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Coroner — I. Fearing, Elizabeth City. 

Surveyor — J. J. 2>Iorris, Elizabeth Citv. 

Standard-Keeper— W. D. Williams, Eliza- 
beth Citv. 

Co. Supt. Health— J. B. Griggs, Elizabeth 
Citv. 

Supt. of Co. Home— W. P. Newbold, 
Elizabeth City. 

Co. Supt. Schools— G. R. Little, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Co. Board of Education — A. L. Pendle- 
ton, (chm.), Elizabeth Citv; W. A. Foster, 
R. F. D. No. -4, Elizabeth City; J. C. 
James, Jr., R. F. D. No. 1, Weeksville. 

Co. Commissioners— T. B. Wilson, 
(chm.), Elizabeth Citv; L. D. Munden, 
Okisko: G. D. Sherlock, R. F. D. No. 1, 
Elizabeth City; Thomas E. Palmer, R. F. 
D. No. 2, Elizabeth City; W. J. F. Spenee, 
R. F. D. No. 4, Elizabeth City. 

Co. Board of Elections — M. B. Sawi'er, 
(chm.), Elizabeth City; A. L. Pendleton, 
J. P. Overman. Elizabeth City. 

No. Schools— White, ?1; colored, 16. 

Tax Rate— Countv, 32c. on $100 and 38e. 
poll. Floating debt, $4,000. 

Public Roads — J. W. Scarborough, Eliza- 
beth City, Supt. Worked by Law of 1905. 
Convict system. 

PEXDER. 

County Seat, Burgaw. 

Clerk of the Court — J. F. Johnson, 
Burgaw. 

Sheriff — W. R. Atkinson. Burgaw. 

Register of Deeds — R. I. Durham, Bur- 
gaw. 

Treasurer — W. R. Atkinson, Burgaw. 

Standard-Keeper — T. V. Bordeaux, Bur- 
gaw. 

Coroner— C. D. Blizzard, Point Caswell. 

Supt. Co. Home— D. C. Barnhill, Bur- 
gaw. 



Co. Supt. Schools— Rev. C. H. Utlcy, 
Burgaw. 

Board of Education — R. K. Bryan, (chm.), 
Scotts Hill; A. L. Bo'ven, Burgaw; D. J. 
Corbott, Jr., C>irrie. 

Co. Commissioners — K. F. Powers, 
(chm.), JIaple Hill; F. P. FljTin, Berta; 
George J. Moore, Atkinson. 

Co. Board of Elections— J. T. Bland, 
(chm.), Burgaw; E. M. Johnston, Willard; 
T. J. Armstrong, Rockv Point 

No. Schools— White, 47; colored, 39. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100. No 
debt. 

Public Roads— Worked by Old State Law. 
Three iron bridges. 

PERQUIJMANS. 

County Seat, Hertford. 

Clerk of the Court — Charlie Johnson, 
Hertford. 

Sheriff— B. F. Bray, Hertford. 

Register of Deeds — W. F. C. Edwards, 
Hertford. 

Treasurer — L. W. Norman, Hertford. 

SmTeyor — David Cox, Hertford. 

Standard-Keeper — James A. Keenan, Hert 
ford. 

Supt. of Health- Dr. C. C. Winslow, 
Winfall. 

Supt. Co. Home — Simon Stallings, Hert 
ford. 

Co. Supt. Schools— W. G. Gaither, Hert 
ford. 

Co. Board of Education— R. A. Brinn 
Hertford; Jno. H. Ward, Behidere; J. C, 
Blanchard, Hertford. 

Co. Board of Election— W. H. Cannon 
(dim.), W. R. A^Tiite, I. N. White, Hert 
ford. 

Commissioners — R. L. KnOwles, Ed. Wins 
low, Wm. T. Jones, .lames 11. Miller, L 
B. Perry. 

No. Schools— White, 29; colored, 20. 

Tax Ratt^County, 23 2-3c. on $100 
Fltate, 21c. ; schools, ISc. ; special county, 
3 l-2c. ; pension, 4c. on $100. 

Public Roads— Worked by Old State Law. 
Geo. D. Newbv, Chm. Bd. of Supervisors. 
No. miles, 400. 

PERSOX. 

County Seat, Roxboro. 

Clerk of the Court- D. W. Bradsher, 
Roxboro. 

Sheriff— N. S. Thompson, Roxboro. 

Register of Deeds— V/. E. Webb, Rox- 
boro. 

Surve3-or— Jno. H. Howard, Roxboro. 

Coroner — Jno. R. Hamlin. 

Smvevor — Jno. H. Ho%vard, Yancey. 

Supt. Health— W. A. Bradsher, Roxboro. 

Supt. Co. Home — Samuel Morris, Rox- 
boro. 

Co. Supt. Schools— G. F. Holloway, Rox- 
boro. 

Co. Board of Education— Prof. N. C. 
Newbold, (chm.), Roxboro; C. A. AMiit- 
field, Virgilina, Va; W. A. Malone, Moriah. 

Co. Commissioners — E. B. Reade, Rox- 
boro; B. F. Hester, Hesters Store; R. H. 
Bailey, Woodsdale. 

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(chm.), Roxboro; O. D. Bailey, Woods- 
dale, K. F. D. ; F. O. Carver, Roxboro. 

No. Schools — White, 44; colored, 34. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
38c. poll; roads, 15c. and 45o. poll; debt, 
5c. and 15c. poll. Bonded debt, $20,000. 

Public Roads— R. A. Spencer, Bethel Hill, 
Supt. Worked by Special Law. No. miles, 
400. Convicts used. Iron bridges, 2. 

PITT. 

County S^aL, ureenville. 

Clerk of the Court— D. C. Moore, Green- 
ville. 

Sheriff— L. W. Tucker, Greenville. 

Register of Deeds— Richard Williams, 
Greenville. 

Treasurer— Sam'l T. White, Greenville. 

Coroner— Dr. C. O'H. Laughinghouse, 
Greenville. 

Svirveyor — R. F. Jenkins, Grifton. 

Standard-Keeper— C. E. Fleming, Green- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. of Health— .J. E. Nobles, Green- 
ville. 

Supt. Co. Home — J. A. Hardee, Green- 
ville. 

Public Administrator — Jesse Cannon, Ay- 
den. 

Co. Supt. Schools— W. H. Ragsdale, 
Gr^'-nville. 

Board of Education — A. G. Cox, (chm.), 
Wiiito viile; L. C Artliur, Greenville; M. 
O. Blount, Bethel. 

Co. Commissioners — R. W. King, (chm.), 
Grefnville; Noah T. Cox, Shelmerdine; Jno. 
Z. Brooks, Grifton; Montgomery T. Spier, 
Pactolus; Dcmpsey J. iloiland, Conetoe. 

Co. Board of Elections — J. G. Moye, 
(chm.), Greenville; J. N. Hart, Greenville; 
W. E. Murphcv, Farmville. 

No. Schools— '\Miite, SO; colored, 51. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
71c. poll; 6 2-3c. for roads; 20c. poll, 2 l-3c 
tor bonds, 87c. on polls. 

Public Roads — Joseph McLawhorn, Ay- 
den, Supt. Worked by Old State Law. 

POIiK. 

County Seat, Columbus. 

Clerk of the Court— S. B. Edwards, Co- 
lumbus. 

Sheriff— W. C. Robertson, Saluda. 

Register of Deeds — F. M. Burgess, Co- 
lumbus. 

Treasurer — Jos. Jackson, Tryon. 

Surveyor — J. E. Gibbs, Millspring. 

Supt. of Health— Earl Grady, Tryon. 

Supt. Co. Home — J. R. Smith, Columbus. 

Co. Board of Education — J, F. Williams, 
Columbus; S. B. Weaver, Laudrum, S. C, 
R. F. D. No. 1; R. M. Foster. Bright. 

Co. Supt. Schools— W. M. Justice, Mill- 
spring. 

Co. Commissioners — C. A. Cannon, 
(chm.), Columbus; D. E. Conner, Tryon; 
J. L. Jackson, Tryon. 

Co. Board of Elections — N. I. Mills, 
Cchm.), Columbus; W. J. Gains, Tryon; T. 
E. Pace, Fishtop. 

Public Roads — Worked in part by labor 
and taxation, 15c. on $100 and 45c. poll; 
No. miles, about 225. 



KANDULPH. 

County Seat, Asheboro. 

Clerk of the Court— W. C. Hammond, 
Asheboro. 

Sheriff— S. L. Hayw^irth, Asheboro. 

Register of Deeds— J. P. Burroughs, 
Asheboro. 

Treasurer — B. F. Newby, Asheboro. 

Coroner — Dr. D. L. Fox, Randleman. 

Surveyor- IL A. Albright, Moftt. 

Co. Supt. Health— Dr. S. A. Henley, 
Asheboro. 

Supt. Co. Home— W. J. Delk, Bulla. 

Public Administratoi-- S. W. Laughlin, 
Asheboro. 

Co. Supt. Schools— E. J. Coletrane, Ashe- 
boro. 

Board of Education— W. N. Elder, 
(chm.). Trinity; G. T. Murdock, Lassiter; 
L F. Craven, Ramseur. 

Co. Commissioners — J. W. Cox, Staley; 
H. G. Lassiter, Lassiter; A. N. Bulla, 
(chm.), Randleman. 

Co. Board Elections--J. A. Spence, 
(chm.), Asheboro; Troy Redding, Hoyle; 
Seth W. Laughlin, Asheboro. 

No. Schools— White, 104; colored, 22. 

Tax Rate— County, ?3 2-3c. on $100; 
roads, 8 l-3c. ; State, 25c.: schools, 18c. 

Public Roads— H. H. Kennedy, Supt. 
Convict labor used. Iron bridges, 5. 

KICIOIOND. 

County Seat, Rockingham. 

Clerk of the Court — T. L. Covington, 
Rockingham. 

Sheriff — M. L. Hinson, Rockingham. 

Register of Deeds — B. F. Reynolds, Rock- 
ingham. 

Coroner — Daniel Gay, Rockingham. 

Surveyor — N. A. Graham, Rockingham. 

Treasurer — D. M. Morrison. 

Standard-Keeper — A. B. Nicholson, Rock- 
ingham. 

Co. Attorney — A. S. Dockery, Rocking- 
ham. 

Co. Supt. Health— N. C. Hunter, Rock- 
ingham. 

Co. Supt. Schools — W. R. Coppedge, 
Rockingham. 

Co. Board of Education — Stephen Wall, 
(elim.), Rockingham; A. H. McDonald, 
Hoffman; D. A. Parsons, Covington. 

Co. Commissioners — H. S. Ledbetter, 
(chm.), Rockingham; M. C. Freeman, Ham- 
let; A. T. White, Bosnck's Mills; W. M. 
Covington, Rockingham; J. F. Diggs, 
Rockingham. 

Co. Board of Elections — A. Baldwin, Cov- 
ington; W. E. Crjsland, (chm.), Rocking- 
ham, R. F. D. No. 1; J. M. Smith, Rock- 
ingham. 

Tax Rate— County 23 2-3c. on $100; debt, 
4c. on $100 and 12c. poll. Bonded debt, 
.$25,000. 

No. Schools — White, 41; colored, 33. 

Public Roads — Rockingham and Wolf Pit 
Townships worked by taxation, balance of 
county by Old State Law. No. miles, 250. 
Supervisors, S. R. Mcintosh, Rockingham; 
B. Grant, Pegues. 



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COUNTY AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS. 



ROBESON. 

County S.at. Lumberton. 

Clerk of the Court— W. H. Humphrey, 
Lumberton. 

Sheriff— E. C. McNeill, Lumberton. 

Ri gister of Deeds— Daniel \V. Bullock, 
Lumberton. 

Treasurer — M. G. McKenzie, Lumberton. 

Coroner — George E. Rancke. 

Surveyor — Jno. Ferguson. 

Standard-Keeper — A. B. Small, Lumber- 
ton. 

Co. Supt. Health- 11. T. Pope, Lumber- 
ton. 

Supt. Co. Homo — F. T. Meaies, Lumber- 
ton. 

Co. Supt. Schools — J. R. Poole, Lumber- 
ton. 

Co. Board Education — Lucius McEae, Red 
Springs: M. Shepherd, Orrum; S. E. Mer- 
cer, Maxton. 

Co. Commissioners — J. W. Carter, (ohm.), 
A. B. McEachern, C. A. Oliver, A. L. Bul- 
lock, D. S. Alderman. 

Co. Board of Elections — R. E. Lewis, 
Lumberton, R. F. D. ; Oscar Page, Marietta; 
S. A. Edmund, Lumberton. 

No. Schools— White, 80; colored, 61; In- 
dian, 24. 

Tax Rate— State, 25c.: county, 20c.; 
schools, ISc. ; roads, 25c.; polU $2.64. 

Public Roads — Worked by taxation. A. E. 
White, W. H. Graham, H. C. McNair, Su- 
pervisors. One iron brirlg". 

I ROCKINGHAai. 

■ County S. at. Wtntworth. 

Clerk of the Court— .las. T. Smith, Went- 
worth. 

Sheriff— M. F. Pinni c, Reidsville. 

Rtgister of Deeds — James A. Scales, 
Wcntworth. 

Treasurer— M. F. Pinnix, Reidsville. 

Coroner — W. E. Dix, Oregon. 

Surveyor — W. K. Gibbs, Reidsville. 

Co. Attornej- — P. B. Johnston, Reidsville. 

Co. Supt. Health — Samuel Ellington, 
Wentworth. 

Supt. Co. Home— W. T. Williams, Went- 
worth. 

Co. Supt. Schools — H. A. Hayes. Reids- 
ville. 

Board of Education — R. H. Ivie. Leaks- 
ville; George W. Martin, (chm.), Madison; 
W. J. Wil.iams, Summerfield, R. F. D. 

Co. Commissioners — C. H. Dalton, Madi- 
son, R. F. D. ; W. A. Webster, Madison; 
R. E. Wall, Spray; Geo. R. Wright, Reids- 
ville, No. 2; Jno. A. Benton, Ruffin. 

Board of Elections— Lawrence McRae, 
(chm.), Spray; R. W. Morphis, Reidsville; 
J. M. Galloway, Jr., Madison. 

No. Schools — White, 78; colored, 41. 

Tax Rate— School, 20c. on »100 and $1.56 
on poU; road, 25c. on $100 and 75e. on 
poll; county, 30c. on ?100 and 55c. on 
poll; State and pension, 25c. on $100 and 
12c. on poll. Bonded debt, $5,000. 

Public Roads— J. V. Price, Wentworth, 
Supt. Worked partly by labor and partly 
by taxation; total last year, $19,000. 
Bridges, etc., repaired out of general fund. 



Court— J. Frank McCub- 



Milcs improved, 200. Convicts used. No. 
iron bridges, 10. 

ROAVAX. 

County Seat, Salisburj'. 
Clerk of the 
bins, Salisbury. 
Sheriff— J. h. Krider, 
R' gister of Deeds — E 
burj'. 

R. Nicholas, Salisbury. 
Rose Darsett, Salisbury 
M. Miller. Salisbury. 



Salisbun'. 
H. Miller, 



Salis- 



Tr^asurer — J. 
Coroner — E. 
Surveyor — C. 



Keeper — C. H. Swink, Salis- 



Linn, Salisburj-. 
H. Foust, Salis- 



Chas. Patterson, 
J. Stewart, 
Kizer, Salis- 



-John 



G. 



Standard 
bury. 

Co. Attorney— T. C. 

Co. Supt. Health— I. 
bury. 

Supt. Co. Home^Mr- 
Salisbury. 

Public Administrator- 
Salisbury. 

Co. Supt. Schools — R 
bury. 

Board of Education — C. B. Miller Cchm.), 
China Grove; .1. S. H nderson, Salisbury; 
P. A. Sloop, China Grove. 

Co. Commissionei's — A. L. Smoot, (chm.), 
Salisbury: C. H. Klutt-:, Salisbury, No. 4; 
R. C. "Current, Cleveland, No. 1; W. L. 
Harris, Salisbury; P. X. Hartman, Salis- 
bury. 

Co. Board of Elections — E. C. Gregory, 
(chm."), Salisbury; H. C. St. Clair, Salis- 
bury; J. C. Dcaton, Landis. 

Tax Rate— County, 17c. on $100 and ,33c. 
poll; roads, 25c. on $100 and 7.5c. poll; 
county bonds, 2c. on $100 and 6c. poll. 
Debt," $25,000. 

Public Roads — P. A. Hartman, 
Supt. Worked bv special law 
last year. $27,864.20. No. miles, 275 to 
.SOO: crushed stone, 10; improved, 100. Con- 
victs used. Macadam, 24 miles, cost per 
mile, $2,000. 

RUTHERFORD. 

County S2at, Rutherfordton. 

CI rk of the Court— il. 0. Dickerson, 
Rutherfordton. 

Sheriff— E. A. Martin, Rutherfordton. 

Register of Deeds— J. P. Jones, Ruther- 
fordton. 

Tre asurcr — George Biggerstafl, Ruther- 
fordton. 

Coroner — P. H. Hardin, Forest City. 

Surveyor — Marion G. Crow, Gambles 
Store. 

Co. Attorneys — Gallert & Carson, Ruth- 
erfordton. 

Health— E 



Salisbury, 
Total tax 



B. 



Co. Supt. 
erfordton. 

Supt. Co. Hom^-J. N. 
fordton. 

Co. Supt. Schools— B. H. 
City. 

Co. Board Education 
erfordton : G. W. Long 
Gettys, Hollis. 

Co. Commissioners — C. M. LjTich, (chm.), 
Rutherfordton; J. M. Glover, Oak Springs; 
J. H. Miller, Islandford. 
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Harris, Ruth- 
Jones, Ruther- 
Bridges, Forest 



J. F. Flack, Ruth- 
Wildmere; Plato 



COUNTY AFFAIRS AND OFEICTALS. 



Co. Board of Elections— I. N. Bigeer- 
staff (chni.), Forest City; R. R. Simmons, 
Rutherfordton; T. C. Smith, Rutherford- 
ton. 

Ta.x Rate— State and county and special 
if]. 15. Bonded debt, $12i,o6o. Floating 
debt, .$16,000. ^ 

Public Roads- J. T. Fortune, Forest City 
Snpt. Worked by Special Act of 1905. No' 
iron bridges, 13. 

SAMPSON. 

County Sear, Clinton. 
Clerk of the Court— W. F. Sessoms, Clin- 
ton. 

Sheriff- Duncan C. McPhail, Clinton, R. 
F. D. 

Rfgistcr of Deeds- Hinton Maxwell, Clin- 
ton. 

'freasurer- Everett Turner, Clinton. 
Coroner— J. P. Parker, Clinton. 
Sui-veyor- John Herring, Dolway. 

Standard-Keeper- Charles Crumpler, Clin- 
ton. 

Co. Attorney— Henry E. Faison, Clinton. 
Co Supt. of Health-Frank H. Holmes, 
Clinton. 

Supt of Home— J. H. Boon, Clinton. 
Co. Supt. Schools— L. L. Matthews, Clin 
ton. 

Co. Board of Education— A. F. Johnson, 
(chm.), Clinton; \V. \. Bizzell, Newton 
Grove; C. E. Daniel, Turkey. 

Co. Board Commissioners— A. J. Jolm- 
son. Clear Run; D. M. Patrick, J. C 
y;^(^s Clinton; W. G. Wright, Ingold; N. 
C. ■\\ right, Ingold. o u, i>. 

Co. Board of Elections— George L. Peter- 
son, fchni.). Clinton; M. J. Newman, Clin- 
ton; Fleet Rose Cooper, Clinton. 

No. Schools— White, 91; colored, 53 

Ta.x Rate-County. 23 2-3c. on $100; debt, 
JOc. and oOc. poll. Bonded debt, $20 000 

Public Roads-Evander Howard, Clinton, 
bupt. Worked under Special Tax Law, 

SCOTL.AXn. 

County S,at, Laurinburg. 

Clerk of the Court— Hampton H. Cov- 
ington, Laurinburg. 

Sheriff-W. D. .McLaurin, Laurinburg. 
rirlbw- " ^'-'^'3»-J- ^- McDonald, Lau- 

Trcasurer-\V. D. McLaurin, Laurinburg. 
Coroncr-J. R. Jordan, Laurinburg. 
«f"'7°!i"^"^- ^- *IcNeill, Old Hundred. 
j^^^tandard-Keeper-J. M. Paylor, Laurin- 

Co. Attorney— M. L. John, Laurinburg. 
burg.' " Health-E. A. Blue, Laurin- 

Co. Supt. Schools-L. M. Blue, Gibson. 

eo. Board of Edu'^ation- \V. T Pate 
Gibson; D. C. Lytch, Laurinburg; A f' 
Patterson, Laurel Hill. 

Co. Board of Elections— A. E. Shaw 
Laurinburg. R p. D ; W. F. Gibson, Gib^ 

)J,' "'^ ^- McLean, Laurinburg. 

Tax Rate-County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 

20c. and 6Cc poll. Bonded debt, $26,000. 
Floating debt, $2,000. 



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Public Roads— S. E. Gibson, 
Supt. Worked by taxation. 

STANLY. 

County S.'at, Albemarle. 

Clerk of the Court— A. P. Harris, Albe- 
marle. 

Sheriff— J. D. Love, Albemarle. 

Register of Deeds— J. M. Boyette, Albe- 
marle. 

Treasurer— D. D. Parker, Albemarle. 

Coroner— D. F. Rummage, Albemarle. 

Surveyor— Millard A. Whitley, Bridge- 
port. 

Standard-Keeper— John Sanders, Albe- 
marle. 

Supt. Co. Home— W. J. Underwood, Albe- 
niarle. 

Co. Supt. Schools— E. F. Eddins, Palmer- 
ville. 

Co. Board of Education— Dr. T. A. Hatch- 
cock, (chm.), Norwood; D. P. Whitley 
Milhngport; J. M. Hartsell, Leo. 

Co. Commissioners— Luther Bost, Endy 
J. D. Forest, Albemarle; W. F. Crump, 
(chm.), Cottonville. 

Co. Board Elections— M. E. Blalock, Nor- 
wood; J. F. Laton, Albemarie; J. 
M. Harris, Albemarle. 

No. Schools— White, 33; colored 10 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. rn $100; spe- 
^' ah 25c. and $1.50 poll. Bonded debt, 

I'ubiic Roads— Worked by New State Law. 
No. miles, 400. 

STOKES. 

County S.at, Danbury. 
Clerk of the Court— M. T. Chilton, Dan- 
bury. 

Sheriff- R. J. Petree, Germanton, R. F 
D. No. 1. 

Register of Deeds— Charles M. .Tones, Dan- 
bury. 

Treasurer— A. F. Christian, Westfield, 
No. 1. ' 

Coroner— S. F. Slate, King, No. 1. 
Surveyor-R. F. Boniurant, Francisco, 
No. 2. ' 

Co. Attorney— N. 0. Petree, Danbury. 
Co. Supt. Health-J. Walter Neal, Mead- 
ows. 

Supt. of Co. Home— William R. Stephens, 

Mradows, R. F. D. No. 1. 
Co. Supt. Schools— J. T. Smith, Danburv 
Co. Board of Education— R. E. Smith 

(chm.). Francisco, R. F. D No '>■ E 

I^ulp, Wajnut Cove; J. S. D. Pulliam'! 

King. ' 

Co. Commissioners-R. F. Shelton, 
(chm.), Moores Springs; Wm. Matt Mabe, 
Danbury, ho. 1; J. p. Smith, Mizpah, 

Co. Board of Elections— Dr. J H El- 
lington (chm.), Sandy Ridge; J.' F. 
Snnth, Meadows, No. 1; H. M. Joyce, Dan- 
No. Schools— White, 65; colored, 13. 
Tax Rate-County, ^3 2-3c. on $100 and 
oSe poll. Special county, 25c. on $100 
and /5c. on poll. 

Public Roads-Worked by Old State Law. 
Ao. miles, 500. 



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COUNTY AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS. 



SURKY. 

County Seat, Dobson. 

Clerk of the Court— W. \V. Hampton, 
Dobson. 

Sluriff— J. M. Davis, Mt. Airy. 

Treasurer — J. W. Redman, Pilot Moun- 
tain. 

Register of Deeds — Vestal Taylor, Dob- 
son. 

Coroner — J. A. Creed, Wliite Plains. 

Surveyor — J. T. Rig,Q:an. Dobson. 

Standard-Keeper — .J. F. Nance, Dobson. 

Co. Supt. Health— J)hn R. Woltz, Dob- 
son. 

Supt. Co. Home — J. \V. Norman, Dobson. 

Co. Supt. Schools— J. H. Allen, Elkin. 

Board of Education — J. S. Atkinson, Si- 
loam; B. J. Snow, Elkin, R. F. D. ; G. C. 
Welch, (chm.), Mt. Airy. 

Co. Board of Elections— T. AV. Folger, 
(chm.), Dobson; J. F. Hendren, Elkin; C. 
C. Holyfield, Dobson, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Co. Commissioners — C. N. Bodenhammer, 
fchm.), Elkin: Abram Marion, Mt. Airy, 
No. 4; N. D. S. Hill, Brim. 

No. Schools — White, 60; colored, 8. 

Tax Rate— County, 2:3 2-.'?c. on $100. 

Public Roads— N. T. Hutchcns, Supt. 
Worked bj- Old State Law and taxation. 
Spent out of general fund, $100. Improved 
road, 50 milrs. No. iron bridges, 4. 

SWAIN. 

County Seat, Brvson City. 

Clerk of tiic Court— D. P. Williams, 
Bryson City. 

Sheriff- J. H. Franks, Bryson City. 

Register of Deeds— R. W. Wright, Bry- 
son City. 

Treasurer — J. S. Stanberry, Almond. 

Surveyor — W. P. Hyde, Oconaulfty. 

Coroner — W. T. Carson, Bryson City. 

Co. Attorney — R. L. Leathcrwood, I5ry- 
son City. 

Co. Supt. Health— Dt. J. A. Cooper, 
.\lmond. 

Co. Supt. Schools— D. A. Randolph, Al- 
mond. 

Co. Board of Education— W. T. Conley, 
fchm.), Bryson City; R. T. Cuningham, 
Needmore; .J. H. Teague, AMiittier. 

Co. Commissioners — G. W. McCracken, 
(chm.). Bryson City; T. G. Chambers, 
Bushnell; JI. DeHart, Swain. 

Co. Board of Elections — A. M. Fry, 
(chm.), Brvson City; J. C. Randall, Bryson 
City; J. .J. Enlon, S^ph. 

No. Schools — White, 35; colored, 1; In- 
dian, 1. 

Tax Rate — County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
S8c. poll; debt, 23 l-.3c. on $100 and 70c. 
poll. Bonded debt, $15,000; interest, $900. 

TRANSYLVANIA. 

County Seat, Brevard. 

Clerk of the Court— T. T. Loftis, Bre- 
vard. 

Sheriff — C. C. Kilpatnck, Brevard. 

Register of Deeds — Wallis Galloway, 
Brevard. 

Treasurer — W. H. Duckworth, Brevard. 

Coroner — Dr. W. J. Wallis, Brevard. 



Surveyor — A. L. Hardin, Brevard. 

Co. Attorney — W. B. Duckworth, Bre- 
vard. 

Co. Supt. of Health— Dr. Goode Cheat- 
ham, Brevard. 

Supt. Co. Home— W. P. McGaha, Bre- 
vard. 

Co. Supt. Schools — T. C. Henderson, 
Quebec. 

Co. Board of Education — W. W. Zachary, 
Brevard; Edwin Poor, Brevard; M. W. 
Garran, East Fork. 

Co. Commissioners — L. W. Brooks, 
(chm.), Cherryficld; W. M. Henry, Brevard; 
J. C. Dearer, Davidsons River. 

Co. Board of Elections— F. L. DeVane, 
D. L. English, T. T. Patton, Brevard. 

Tax Rate — 2oc. State; loc. contingent; 
18c. schools; 28 l-3c. railroad; 4 2-3c. pau- 
per; 4c. bridges; 5c. special; 20c. roads, and 
$3.60 poll. 

Public Roads — Worked by taxation. 
Bridge fund provided. No. miles, 500. Im- 
proved, 50. 

TS'RRELIi. 

County Seat, Columbia. 

Clerk of the Court— W. M. Brickhouse. 

Sheriff — W. B. Cooper, Columbia. 

Treasurer — H. W. McClees, Columbia. 

Coroner — A. Liverman, Columbia. 

Register of Deeds — T. W. .Jones, Colum- 
bia. 

Surveyor — C. C. Basnight, Columbia. 

Supt. Co. Home — Wm. Rhodes, Colum- 
bia. 

• Co. Supt. Schools— R. H. Spruill, Colum- 
bia. 

Board of Education — J. G. Brickhouse, 
Columbia; A. L. Walker, Columbia; J. W. 
Cahoon, Gum Neck. 

Co. Commissioners — J. B. Combs, Fort 
Landing; L. B. Combs, Gum Neck; W. W. 
Sawj'er, Columbia. 

Co. Board of Elections— B. W. Cohn, M. 
K. Ilasket, S. R. Bateman, (chm.), Co- 
lumbia. 

No. Schools — White, 27; colored, 9. 

Tax Rate— County. 23 2-3 on $100; special 
county, 10c. on $100; school, 23e. on $100; 
State, 25c. on $100; total, 81 2-3c. on $100; 
t-oll, $2.45. 

Public Roads— Worked by Old State Law. 
No. miles, 150. 

UNION. 

County Seat, Monroe. 

Clerk of the Court — D. A. Houston, Mon- 
roe. 

Sheriff — B. A. Home, Monroe. 

Register of Deeds — J. E. Stewart, Mon- 
roe. 

Treasurer — Jas. H. Williams, Monroe. 

Coroner — V. D. Sikes, Monroe. 

Surveyor- R. W. Elliott, Monroe, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Standard-Keeper — W. L. Wolfe, Monroe. 

Co. Attorneys — Adams, Jerome & Arm- 
field, Monroe. 

Co. Supt. Health— U. D. Stewart, Mon- 
roe. 

Supt. Co. Home— W. T. Stewart, Mon- 
roe. 



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Co. Supt. Schools— R. N. Nesbit, Monroe. 
Board of Education— J. W. Ashcroft, 
(clini.), Monroe; J. A. Marsii, Marshville; 
J. E. Brown, Indian Trail. 

Co. Commissioners— J. C. Laney, (chm.). 
Prices Mills; T. J. Jordan, Monroe; W. G. 
Long', Unionville 

Co. Board of Elections— I. A. Clontz, J. 
S. Hasty, F. F. Griffin, Monroe. 
No. Schools— White, 86; colored, 35. 
Tax Rate— County, 18c. on $100; special, 
37c.; and $1.50 poll. Bonded debt, $6,500. 
Public Roads— B. T. Fletcher, Monroe, 
Supt. Worked by labor and taxation, 
16 2-3c. on $100 and 62c. poll. Convicts 
used. No. miles, 100; gravel, 6; crushed 
stone. 1; otherwise improved, 56. Three 
iron bridges. 

VANCE. 
County Scat, Henderson. 
Clerk of the Court— Henry Perry, Hen- 
derson. 

Register of Deeds— K. W. Edwards, Hen- 
derson. 
Sheriff- E. A. Powell, Henderson. 
Treasurer— W. E. Gary, Henderson. 
Surveyor— W. H. Hood, Henderson. 
Co. Attornej — A. C. Zollicoffer, Hender- 
son. 

Co. Supt. Health— J. Hill Tucker, Hen- 
derson. 

Supt. Co. Home— J. W. Oakley, Hender- 
son. 

Co. Board of Education— R. J. Gill, 
(chm.), Henderson; .1. U. Fleming, Dabney; 
H. T. Shanks, Williamsboro. 

Co. Supt. Schools— Joseph C. Kittrell, 
Henderson. 

Co. Commissioners— J. A. Kelly, Hender- 
son; I. C. Bobbitt, Henderson; H. M. 
Hight, Kittrell; N. D. Boyd, Townsville; 
W. B. Daniel, Epsom. 

Co. Board of Elections— T. M. Pittman, 
(chm.), Henderson; W. H. Smith. Kittrell; 
R. F. V. No. 1; G. A. Kittrell, Kittrell. 
No. Schools — White, 26; colored, 24. 
Tax Rate— County, 71c. on $100. 
Public Roads— T. A. Steed, Supt., Hen- 
derson. Worked by taxation, 5c. on $100; 
15c. on poll, and 15 per cent, of the profits 
of Henderson dispensary. 

WAKE. 

County Scat, Raleigh. 

Clerk of the Court— \Vm. M. Russ, Ral- 
eigh. 

Sheriff— Joseph H. Sears, Raleigh. 

Register of Deeds- J. J. Bernard, Raleigh. 

Treasurer- B. P. Williamson, Raleigh. 

Coroner— C. A. Separk, Raleigh. 

Surveyor — W. P. Massey, Neuso, No. 2. 

Slandard-Kecp: r- F. H. Lumsden, Raleigh. 

Co. Attorney— Bart M. Gatling, Raleigh. 

Co. Supt. Health— J. W. McGee, Jr., Ral- 
eigh. 

Supt. Co. Home— A. A. Rowland, R.tI- 
eigh. 

Public Administrator— Leo. D. Heartt, 
Raleigh. 

Co. Supt. Schools— Z. V. Judd, Raleigh. 

Co. Board of Education— J. D. Allen, 



(chm.). Falls; L. J. Sears, Apex; E. M 
Rollins, Raleigh. 

Co. Commissioners— D. T. Johnson 
(chm.), Raleigh; W. C. Brewer, Wake For 
est; D. Bryant Harrison, Raleigh, No. 2 
A. Turner Smith, Willow Springs, No. 1 
W. M. Yates, Apex, No. 1. 

Co. Board of Elections— Bart. M. Gat- 
lign, (chm.), Raleigh; O. K. Holden, Wake 
Forest; John Nichols, Secretary, Raleigh. 

No. Schools— White, 87; colored, 60. 

Tax Rate— County, :!0c. on $100 and 60c. 
poll; bridges and roads, 15c. and 45c. poll; 
school bonds, 3c. and 9c. poll; graded 
schools, 20c. and 60c. poll. Bonded debt, 
$100,000. 

Public Roads— W. G. Allen, Supt, Ral- 
eigh. No. iron bridges, 9. 

WARREN. 

County Seat, Warrenton. 

Clerk of the Court— J. R. Rodwell, War- 
renton. 

Sheriff— R. E. Davis, Warrenton. 

R( gister of Deeds— John A. Dowtin, War- 
renton. 

Treasurer — J. L. Coleman, Macon. 

Coroner — Simon Fleming, Warrenton. 

Co. Supt. Health— M. P. Perry, Macon. 

Supt. Co. Home— John S. Davis, War- 
renton. 

Co. Supt. Schools- Nat. Allen, Ridgeway. 

Co. Board of Education— W. E. Davis, 
(chm.), Creek; W. T. Carter, Vaughan; 
W. A. Burwell, Warrenton. 

Co. Commissioners— J. T. Mills, Manson; 
Walter Allen, Axtel; R. B. Davis, Grove 
Hill; Peter M. Stallings, Fitts; L. Vinson, 
Littleton. 

Co. Board of Elections— J. D. Newell, 
Onkville; H. B. Hunter, Alton; N. M. 
Jones, Vicksboro. 

No. Schools — White, 31 ; colored, 45. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
$:''.75 poll; bridges and roads, 25e. and 
7jc. poll. 

Public Roads — Grant Beardsley, Supt. 
Worked by labor and taxation. Convicts 
can be used. No. miles, 650; improved by 
gravel, 50; otherwise improved, 100. 

V/ASHIXGTON. 

County Seat, Plvmouth. 

Clerk of the Court— C. V. W. Ausbon, 
Plvmouth. 

Sheriff— W. J. Jackson, Plymouth. 

Register of Deeds— F. R. Johnston, Ply- 
mouth. 

Treasurer — C. Latham. Plymouth. 

Standard-Keeper- J. M. Arps, Plymouth. 

Co. Supt. Health— W. H. Ward, Ply- 
mouth. ' 

Supt. Co. Home— H. Gurkin, Plymouth. 

Co. Supt. Schools— Clinton J. Everett, 
Plvmouth. 

Board of Education— C. J. Norman, 
(chm.), Plymouth; Dr. W. H. Hardison, 
Creswell; fhos. S. Swain, Skinnersville. 

Co. Commissioners — Levi Blount, (chm.), 
Plymouth; S. B. Johnson, Roper; H. A. 
Litchfield, Creswell. 

Co. Board of Elections- S. B. Spruill, 



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COUNTY AFFAIBS AND OFFICIALS. 



Plymouth; W. S. Davenport, Mackey, 
Ferrv; J. E. Johnston, Roper. 

Tax Ratt^County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
40c. on poll. No. iron bridges, 2. 

No. Schools — White, 27; colored, 18. 

AVATAXJGA. 

County Seat, Boone. 

Clerk of the Court— Thomas Bingham, 
Boone. 

Sheriff— John W. Hodges, Rutherwood. 

Register of Deeds — J. M. May, Boone. 

Treasurer — W. T. Hayes, Hagaman. 

Coroner — Sim Penley. 

Surveyor — Larkin Trivett, Boone. 

Standard-Keeper — J. G. Vannoy, Boone. 

Co. Supt. Health— Dr. Joseph W. Hodges, 
Roone. 

Supt. Co. Horns — Jesse H. Brown, 
Adams. 

Co. Supt. Schools— B. B. Dougherty, 
Boone. 

Co. Board of Education — T. P. Adams, 
(chm.), Silverstone; H. C. Miller, Blowing 
Rock; J. W. Farthing, Boone. 

Co. Commissioners— W. C. Coffey, E. R. 
ICggers, Sweetwater; L. A. Greene, (chm.), 
Norris. 

Co. Board of Elections — J. M. Morezt, 
(chm.), Boone; W. F. Sherwood, Amantha; 
G. W. Robbing, Shulls Mills. 

No. Schools — White, 70; colored, 4. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
S8c. poll. Floating debt, court house bonds, 
$16,000. 

WAYNE. 
County S at, Guidsboro. 

Clerk of the Court -James R. Hatch, 
Goldsboro. 

Sheriff— E. A. Stevens Goldsboro. 

Register of Deeds— W. G. Britt, Golds- 
boro. 

Treasurer — J. W. Thompson. Goldsboro. 

Coroner — C. E. Stanley, Goldsboro. 

Surveyor — Louis Godwin, Starlight. 

Standard-Keeper— C. F. Taylor, Golds- 
boro. 

Co. Attornev — I. F. Dortch, Goldsboro. 

Co. Supt. Health— Dr. T. L. Ginn, Golds- 
boro. 

Supt. Co. Home— E. M. Head, Pikeville. 

Co. Supt. Schools— E. T. Atkinson, Golds- 
boro. 

Board of Education — Jos. E. Robinson, 
Cchm.), Goldsboro; Barnes Aycock, Fre- 
mont; W. F. English, Mt. Olive. 

Board of Elections— H. B. Parker, Jr., 
(chm.), Goldsboro; Barnes Aycock, Fre- 
mont; John E. Dobson, Goldsboro. 

Co. Commissioners — W. R. Hollowell, 
(chm.), Goldsboro; Wm. Holmes, Mt. O'ive; 
M. T. Johnson, Fremont; George M. War- 
rick, Grantham; J. M. Wood, Goldsboro. 

No. Schools — White, "1 ; colored, 40. 

Tax Rate— 23c. on $100 and 36c. poll; 
graded schools, 33 l-3c and $1.00 poll; 
school tax. 18c. ; school poll. $1.50. 

Public Roads— W. R. Hollowell. (chm.) 
Bd. Co. Commissioners, Goldsboro, Supt. 

\m:lkes. 

County Seat, Wilkesboro. 



Board of Education — R. A. Spain- 
(chm.), Wilkesboro; C. F. Fields, 
V. McGhinnis, Boomer. 
Co. Home — J. N. Brooks, Fair- 



Clerk of the Court— C. H. Somers, Wilkes- 
boro. 

Sheriff — P. E. Brown, Wilkesboro. 

Register of Deeds — 0. F. Blevins, Wilkes- 
boro. 

Treasurer — P. E. Brown, Wilkesboro. 

Coroner — Wm. Sebastian, North Wilkes- 
boro. 

Surv'eyor — L. B. Myers, Hays. 

Co. Attorney — W. W. Barber, Wilkesboro. 

Co. Supt. Health- Dr. S. Q. Myers, North 
Wilkesboro. 

Co. Supt. Schools— C. C. Wright, Hunting 

Co. Entry Taker— C. U. Davis, Wilkes- 
boro. 

Co. 

i hour, 

Eikin 

Supt. 
plains. 

Co. Commissioners — J. H. Johnson, 
(chm.), Wilkesboro; W. F. Trogdon, North 
Wilkesboro; C. H. CaUard, Wi.bar. 

Co. Board of Elections — C. F. Mor- 
rison, (chm.), Wilkesboro; A. B. Williams, 
North Wilkesboro; John Davidson, Wilkes- 
boro. 

No. Schools— White, 120; colored, 20. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100; bonds 
23 l-3c. on $100; poll. $2.70. Bonded debt, 
$62,000. Floating debt, $3,000. 

Public Roads— Worktd by Old State Law. 
No. miles, 500; improved, 5. No. iron 
bridges, 7. 

wHiSON. 

County Seal, Wilson. 

Clerk of the Court— S. G. Mewborn, 
Wilson. 

Sheriff— W. D. P. Sharp, Wilson. 
Register of Deeds— W. M. Wells, Wilson. 
Treasurer — W. T. Fa'.mer, Wilson. 
Coroner-— Dr. W. H. -^nd rson, Wilson. 
Surveyor— J. W. Taylor, Elm City. 
Standard-Keeper — Eli Felton, Wilson. 
Co. Attorney — H. G. Connor, Jr., Wilson. 
Co. Supt. Health— W. S. Anderson, Wil- 
son. 

Supt. Co. Home— W. A. Stott, Wilson. 

Public Administrator — S. A. Woodard, 
Wilson. 

Co. Supt. Schools — E. J Barnes, Wilson. 

Board of Education— G. W. Connor, 
(chm.), Wilson; Nathan Bass, Black Creek; 
John T. Revell, Kenly, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Co. Commissioners — W. T. Clark, (chm.), 
Wilson; J. W. Cox, Elm City; J. H. 
Forbes, Wilbanks; J. S. Tomlinson, Black 
Creek; W. H. Mercer, Wilson. 

Co. Board of Elections — 0. P. Dicken- 
son, Wilson; L. P. Woodard, Wilson, R. F. 
D. No. 4; S. H. T^-son, Saratoga. 

No. Schools— White, 47; colored, 29. 

Tax Rate— County 16 l-2c. on $100 and 
15 l-2c. poll; roads, 15c. and 45o. poll. 
Bonded debt, $13,000. 

Public Roads — George W. Massey, Wil- 
son, Supt. Worked by taxation. Convicts 
us"d. No. iron bridges. 2. 




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VADKIN, 

County Seat. Yadkinville. 

Cld'k of till.' Court — J. L. Crater, 
kinville. 

Sluritf— G. T. Wliite, Buck Shoal. 

Register of Deeds— P. L. Wilhelm, East 
Bend. 

Treasurer — J. H. Mackie, Yadkinville. 

Coroner — J. M. Kirk. 

Surveyor — W. H. G. Wooten, East B^nd, 
No. 1. " 

Standard-Keeper — T. L. Castcvens, Boon- 
ville. 

Co. Attorney — Bcnbow 
ville. 

Co. Supt. of Health— S, 
kinville. 

Supt. Co. Home— W. A 
ville. 

Co. Supt. Schools — A. J. Martin, Benbow. 

Co. Board of Education — J. A. Turner, 
Panther Creek; 51. L. Woodliouse, Boon- 
ville; J. W. Pass, (ehni.), Yadkinville. 

Co. Commissioners — M. M. Crumel, 
(chm.), Boonville; Isaac Shores, Yadkin- 
ville; J. I. Norman, East Bend. 

Co. Board of Elections— S. H. Wilmoth. 
(chm.), Boonville; J. L. Sampson, Yad- 
kinville; W. L. Kelly, Yadkinville. 

No. Schools — White, 56; colored, 6. 

Tax Rat"— 23 2-.3o on $100 and .SSc. poll. 

Public Roads— AVorkrd by Old Stat- T nw. 
Sp nt out of general tund about $1,475. 



t Hanes, Yadkin- 

L. Russell, Yad- 

Royal, Yadkin- 



YANCEY. 

County Seat, Burnsville. 

Clerk of the Court— Jas. B. Hensley, 
FJurnsville. 

Sheriff — M. C. Honeycutt, Burnsville. 
Treasurer- E. M. Proffitt, Cane River. 
Coroner — J. M. Hall, Micaville. 
Surveyor — J. R. Young, Celo. 
Co. Supt. Schools— G. P. ryjyton, Elmer. 
Supt. Co. Home — William Roland, Bur- 
ton. 

Co. Board Education — E. E. Hawkins, 
(chm.), Burnsville; W. Hensley, Bald 
Creek; W. O. Griffith, Micaville. 

Co. Commissioners — H. R. Peek, (chm.), 
Toledo; S. D. Robinson, Burnsville; M. C. 
Penland, Paint Gap. 

Co. Board Elections — Z. B. Anglin, 
(chm.), Burnsville; J. Bis Ray, Burnsville; 
W. B Banks, Burnsville. 

No. Schools— White, 55; colored, 2. 

Tax- Rate— $1.20 on $100; county, 30c.; 
schools, 18c.; State, 25c.; paupers, 7c; to 
pay judgments outstanding against county, 
15c.; poll, $2.65. 

Public Roads — Worked under Special Act 
of 1907. Each township has two superin- 
tendents, free labor supplemented by tax on 
property. Six days required from all road 
liands. 



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PRACTTCTNG ATTORNEYS IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Practicing Attorneys in North Carolina. 



ALiAMANCE. 

J. H. Vernon, Jr., E. S. W. Dameron, 
Jno. R. Hoffman, W. H. CaiToll, Jno. M. 
Cook, Jas. W. Murray, Burlington; E. S. 
Parker, E. S. Parker, jr., J. A. Long, J. S. 
Cook, C. A. Holt, Herman Hughes, Gra- 
ham. 

ALEXAIVDER. 

R. Z. Linney, J. H. Purke, R. B. Burke, 
J. L. Gwaltnev, Tavlorsville. 

ALLEGHANY. 

R. A. Doughton, Jno. M. Wagoner, Jno. 
0. Bower, Geo. Cheek, Sparta; W. C. 
Fields, Mouth of Wilsoii, Va. 

ANSON. 

H. H. McLendon, F. E. Tliomas (Me- 
Lenden & Thomas), L. D. Robinson, T. L. 
Caudle, (Robinson & Caudle), F. J. Ooxe, 
•\V. E. Brock, (Coxe & Brock), John W. 
Gulledge, James A. Lockhart, John T. 
Bennett, R. T. Bennett, R. E. Little, H. 
S. Boggan, Wadesboro. 

ASHE. 

G. L. Park, J. W. Todd, R. L. Ballou, 
A. E. Tilley, T. C. Bo«ie, J. B. Council, 
J. R. Henderson, Jr., Jefferson; H. M. 
Wellborne, Transon. 

BEAUFORT 

Small &MacLean, N. L. Simmons, H. C. 
Carter, Ward & Grimes, Harry McMullan, 
\\. D. Grimes, W. C. Rodman, Nicholson 
& Daniel, Bragaw & Harding, D. G. 
Fowle, W'ashington; J. O. Barber, Aurora. 

BURKE 

A. C. Avery, Sr., A. C. Avery, Jr., I. 
T. A very, \V. C. Erwin S. J. Ervnn, J. 
F. Perkins, J. M. Mu'l, M. Silver W. S. 
Pearson, O. F. McKesson, Robert Riddle, 
t'rank McDowell, R. L. Huffman, Morgan- 
ton. 

CABARRUS. 

Montgomerj' &; Crowell, Paul B. Means, 
H. S. Puryear, W. M. Smith, W. G. Means, 
L. T. Hartsell, Adams, Jerome, Armfield 
& Maness, M. B. Stickley, H. S. Williams, 
Concord. 

CALDWELL. 

W. H. Bower, Lawrence Wakefield, W. 

C. Newland, Edmund Jones, J. Will Whis- 
nant, M. N. Harshaw, Mark Sguires, Thos. 
M. Newland, Lenoir; R. B. Bush, R. F. 

D. No. 3, Lenoir. 

CAMDEN. 
C. H. Spencer, Soutli Mills. 

CARTERET 

Chas. L. Abernethv, M. L. Davis, J. F. 
D-uncan, Claud R. Wheaily, Beaufort; Paul 
Webb, Morehead City. 

CASWELL. 

M. C. AVinstead, Milton; Julius Johnston, 
A. E. Henderson, Yancevville. 
CATAWBA. 

L. L. Witherspoon. George McCorkle, D. 
Witherspoon, W. C. Feimster. W. B. Gaith- 
er, C. H. Mebane. Xewton; S. H. Jor- 



dan, Conovtr; E. B. Cline, W. A. Self, 

A. A. Whitener. T. M. Hufham, D. L. 
Russell, M. H. Youn*:. Hickory. 

CHATHA3I. 
R. H. Hayes, H. A. Ijondon, Fred. W. 
Evnum, H. " M. London, J. Elmer Long, 
J." G. Reucher, Pittsboro; Walter D. Siler, 
J. George Hannah, Jr., Siler City; R. H. 
Dixon, Ore Hill. 

CHEROIvEE. 

Ben Posv, E. B. Norvell, J. D. Malone, 
M. W. Bell, Jno. H. Dillard, Murphy. 
CHOWAN. 

W. D. Pruden, J. N. Pruden, W. M. 
Bond, C. S. Vann, W. S. Privott, W. J. 
Leary, J. H. McMullan, Jr., Edenton. 

CLAA. 

O. L. Anderson, Hav.?\'ille. 

CLEVELAND. 

Ryburn & Hoey, Webb & JIull, Anthony 
& Gardner, Quinn & Hamrick, Shelby; 
E. L. Campbell, B. F. Dixon, Jr., — . — . 
McMillan, King's Mountain. 

COLUIVIBUS. 

Leamon Baggett, I'abor; D. J. Lewis, 
J. B. Schulken, H. L. Lyon, Jackson 
Greer, Donald McRackan, E. M. Toon, I. 

B. Tucker, J. R. Williamson, Whiteville; 

C. D. Koonce, Chadbourn. 

CRAVEN. 

W. W. Clark, F. M. Simmons, M. D. W. 
Stevenson, A. D. Ward, D. L. Ward, W. D, 
Mclver, Chas. R. Thomas, R. B. Nixon, 
R. A. Nunn, P. M. Pcarsall, Henry R. 
Bryan, Sam I. Moore, Lsonidas J. Moore, 
win. Dunn, Jr., M. H. Allen, E. M. Green, 
S. W. Hancock, S. M. Brinson, D. E. Hen- 
derson, J. C. Baker, New Bern. 
CUMBERLAND. 

H. S. Averitt, J. W. Bolton, C. W. 
Broadfoot, H. S. Brothers, V. C. Bullard, 

D. J. Cashwcll H. L. Cook, A. S. Hall, 

E. R. MacKethan, I. A. Murcbison, J. S. 
Xewton, Q. K. Nimocks, W. H. Pope, 
H. McD. Robinson, L G. Shaw, G. M. 
Lose, A. S. Rose, N. A. Sinclair, R. H. 
Dye, T. H. Sutton, Fayetteville ; Z. B. 
Newton, Hope Mills. 

CURRITUCK. 

A. M. Simmons, Cairituck. 

DARE. 

B. G. Crisp, D. M. Stringfield, Manteo. 

DAVIDSON. 

F. C. Robbins. E. E. Raper, S. E. Wil- 
liams, W. P. Mangum Turner, Walser & 
Walser, Wade H. Phillips, J. R. Mc- 
Crary, F. R. Loftin, Lexington; A. F. 
Sams, Thomasville. 

DA\^E. 

E. L. Yoithe, T. B. Bailev, Jacob Stew- 
art, A. T. Sprout, Jr., T. N. Chaffln, E. 
H. Morris, Mocksville. 

DUPLIN. 

D. L. Carlton, H. I). Williams, Thad 
Jones. L. A. Beasley, Jno. A. Gavin, Ken- 
ansville; H. L. Stevens, Warsaw; Geo. R. 
Ward, Wallace. 



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BERTIE. 

Francis D. Winston, .Tames B. Martin, 
St. Leon Scull, Walter R. Jolinson, Moses 
B. Gillam, John H. Mar thews.', Kdward S. 
Askow, .Joseph H. Novveil, John W. Daven- 
port, Windsor. 
BLADEN. 

J. B. Clark, T. A. Lyon, R. S. White, 
Elizabethtown. 

BRUXSAVICK. 

E. H. Cranmor, R. W. Davis, C. Ed. 
Taylor, Southport. 

BUNCOMBE. 

Geo. H. Wright, Merrick & Barnard, M. 
W. Brown, W. P. Brown, Frank Carter, 
H. B. Carter, H. C. Cheoitter, Locke Craig, 
Zeb Curtis, Davidson, Bourne & Paikcr, 
Donald Gillis, J. M. Gudger, J. M. Gud- 
ger, Jr., Jones & Jones, V. S. Lusk, Wells 
& Swain, Thomas A. Junes, Julius C. Mar- 
tin, Charles A. Webb. Merrimon & Mcrri- 
mon, Thomas Settle, Sl.uford & Shuford, 
r. A. Sondley, Tucker & Murphy, W. R. 
Whitson, John P. Arthur, Adams & Adams, 
R. S. McCall, J. R. Stavnes, F. \V. Thomas, 
Roland Wolf, Charles A. Moore, H. B. 
Stevens, Zebulon Weaver, G. S. Reynolds, 
J. H. Martin, J. F. Glenn, J. B. Ander- 
son, J. S. Stvles, C N. Malcne, Gilmer 
Welch, V. Gudger, W. S. Rodaker, R. R. 
Williams, P. H. Winston, G. A. Thomasson, 
W. J. Cocke, P. C. Cocke, J. H. Waller, R 
R. Reynolds. 

DURHAM, 

W. G. Branham, S. C. Brawley, E. W. 
Cannadv, W. P. Cannady. S. C. Chambers, 
W. J. Brodgen, R. O. Kverett, F. L. Ful- 
ler, Jones Fuller, Jno. C. Gibbs, J. A. 
Giles, R. H. Sykes. P. C. Gialiam, W. A. 
Guthrie, W. B. Guthrie, Ed. J. Hill, S. 
M. Holton, Benjamin Lovenstine, J. S. 
Manning, H. A. Foushee, W. W. Mason, 
Arley M. Moore, R. P. Reid, D. W. Sor- 
rell, R. W. Winston, V. S. Bryant, J. M. 
Umstead, Charles Scarlett, J. E. Pegram, 
J. F. Cotheran, A. S. Hopgood, Durham. 

EDGECOMBE. 

R. G. Allsbrook, Jno. L. Bridgers, Henry 
Clarke Bridgers, G. M. T. Fou.ntain, Don- 
nell Gilliam. Henry A. Gilliam, Jas. R. 
Gaskill, W. O. Howard, Paul Jones, James 
Pender, H. H. Phillips, J. F. Liles, H. L. 
Staton, Tarboro; L. V. Bassett, J. B. 
Ramsey, Thos. H. Battle, R. T. Fountain, 
Rocky Mount; W. J. Taylor, Whitakers. 

FORSYTH. 

O. B. Watson, J. 3. Bu.xton, Clement 
Manly, Lindsay Patterson, W. M. Hendren, 
W. T. Wilson, George P. Pell, B. S. Wom- 
ble, D. H. Blair, Jno. T. Benbow, S. E. 
Hall, J. E. Alexander, Jno F. Reynolds, 
H. L. Beckerdite, L. M. Swnnk, H. Mon- 
tague, W. A. Blair, J. Palmer, F. T. 
Baldwin, W. V. Hartman, H. O. Sapp, D. 
P. Mast, E. A. Griffith, A. H. Eller, H. 
R. Starbuck, J. S. Grogan, T. W. Watson, 
G. H. Hasten. J. W. Soro^gs, B. C. 



Tavis, A. E. Holton, E. E. Gray, Winston- 
Salem. 

FRANKLIN. 

R. B. White, Krankiinton; F. S. Spruill, 
T. W. Bickett, W. H. Ruffin, W. H. Var- 
borough, W. 1\I. Person, B. B. Massenburg, 
Thos. B. Wilder, B. J. Holden, Louisburg. 

GASTON. 

0. F. Mason, A. L. liul winkle, J. G. 
Carpenter, S. B. Sparrow, Dallas; Geo. W. 
Wilson, A. G. Manguni, Hugh Long, W. 
H. Lewis, J. Van Long, I. F. Long, Gar- 
land & Jones, — . — . Griflin, Gastonia; 
S. J. Durham, C. E. Whitney, Bessemer 
City. 

GATES. 

L L. Smith, A. P. Godwin, T. W. Cos- 
ten, Jr., Gatesville. 

GRAHAM. 

Robt. L. Pliiliips, J. N. Moody, A. D. 
Roby, Robbinsville. 

GRANVILLE. 

B. S. Roysttr, Oxford; D. G. Brummitt, 
Hester, A. W. Graham, B. K. Lassiter, 
Wm. H. Harrison. A. A. Hicks, H. M. Shaw, 
\V. B. Shaw, T. Lanier, T. G. Stem, Otho. 

D. Lyon, W. A. Devin, Oxford. 

GREENE. 

Swift Galloway, J. W. Albritton, L. V. 
Morrill, G. M. Lind.say, J. P. Frizzell, 
Snow Hill. 

GUILFORD. 

Spencer B. Adams, Jno. A. Barringer, 
Thos. S. Beall, E. Spencer Blackburn, G. 
S. Bradshaw, W. J. Sherod, W. P. Bynum, 
Jr, R. D. Douglas, R. M. Douglas. N. L. 
Eure, G. S. Ferguson, Roger W. Harrison, 
Carl H. Hemdon, F. P. Hobgood, Jr., 
T. C. Hoyle, E. J. Justice, E. D. Broad- 
hurst, A. B. Kimball, R. R. King, E. D. 
Kuykendall, S. Glenn Brown, J. T. More- 
h:ad, O. L. Sapp, T. J. Murphy L C. 
Wright, George M. Patton, L. M. 
Scott, C. E. McLean, Thos. J. Shaw, Jno. 
N. Staples, C. M. .Stedman. A. Wayland 
Cooke, David Stern, R. C. Stnidwick, Z. 
V. Taylor, J. I. Scales, A. M. Scales, 
John N. Wilson, C. G. Wright, Greensboro; 
T. J. Gold, Wcscott Roberson, E. D. Steele, 
High Point; T. E. Whitakor. Oak Ridge. 
HALIFAX. 

Day, Bell & Dunn, S. S. Alsop, Enfield; 

E. L. Travis. Halifax; M. M. Furgerson, 
Littleton; Kitchin & Smith, A. P. Kitchin, 
Albion Dunn, S. A. Dunn, Hugh Johnston, 
Thos. F. Whitlev, R. H. Smith, Scotland 
Neck; Geo. C. Green, W. E. Daniel, E. T. 
Clark, D. B. Zollicoffer, Jr., T. C. Harri- 
son, Weldon. 

HARNETT. 

D. H. McLean, C. H. Muse, Hiram Bag- 
gett, Lillington; L. B. Chapin, Duke: E. 
S. Smith, Linden; AV. A. Stewart, R. L. 
(!odwin, H. L. Godwin, N. A. Townsend, 
J. C. Clifford, E. F. Young, Dunn. 
HAYWOOD. 

W. T. Crawford, John W. Norwood, W. 
L. Norwood, \V. B. Ferguson, H. R. Fer- 
iriisnn. J W. F-rffiienn. W J, Hannah, 



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Geo. H. Smathers, J. H. Howell, J. R. 
Morgan, S. C. Welch, A. B. Bryan, Bran- 
ner, Gilmer, WaynesvilJe; John W. Stamey, 
Clyde; S. C. Brvan, WavnesWUe. 
HENDERSON. 
S. B, Pickens, \V. A. Smith, Michael 
Schenck, H. G. Ewart, Henry Twyford, H. 
S. Anderson, 0. V. F. Blylhe, W. C. 
Rector, G. H. Valentine, A. L. Holmes, 
McD. Ray, E. W. Eubanks, R. H. Staton, 
W. B. Shipp, Hendersonville. 

HERTFORD. 

Jno. E. Vann, Geo. Cowper, J. R. Mitch- 
ell, R. C. Bridger, iVinton; B. B. VVin- 
bome, L. J. Lawrence, D. C. Barnes, Mur- 
freesboro; W. W. Rogers, Ahoskie. 

HYDE. 

S. S. Mann, Walter Jones, Swan Quarter. 

IREDELL. 

W. D. Turner, C. H. Armfield, R. B. 
McLaughlin, Geo. B. Nicholson, D. M. 
Furches, Dorman ThomT>=on, J. B. Arm- 
field, D. L. Ravmor, Z." V. Long, W. G. 
Lewis, H. P. Grier, L. C. Caldwell, H. 
Burke, J. B. Connelly, W. E. Nattress, A. 
L. Coble, Statesville: Z. V. Turlington, 

A. L. Starr, Moorosville. 

JACKSON. 
.Walter E. Moore, Felix E. Alley, Cole- 
man 0. Cowan, T. O. Picklesimer, Web- 
ster; J. J. Hooker, Dillsboro; C. B. Wike, 
East Laporte. 

JOHNSTON. 
E. W. Pou, F. H. Brooks, C. H. Martin, 
E. S. Abell, J. A. Narrr.n, J. A. Wellons, 
W. W. Cole, J. D. Parker, Smithfield; J. 
M. Morgan, N. T. Rvals, O. A. Barber, 
Benson; L. H. Allred, Selma; C. W. Ed- 
gerton, Kenly; Donald Gulley, Clayton. 
JONES. 
Alex. H. WTiito, Pollocks-idlle; T. D. 
Warren, J. K. Warren, E. A. Hammond, 
J. R. Barker, Trenton. 

LENOIR. 
Alex. Lassiter, LaGrange; N. J. Rouse, 
E. M. Land, H. E. Shaw, T. C. Wooten, 
E. R. Wooten, A. J. Loftin, L. R. Varser, 
G. V. Cowper, W. D. Pollock, Y. T. Or- 
mond, Stephen W. Isler, Kinston. 
LINCOLN. 
C. E. Childs, A. L. Quickel, L. B. Wet- 
more, C. A. .Jonas, R. E. Costner, J. M. 
Hoyle, W. N. Keener, R. J. Mouser, K. 

B. Nixon, L. E. Rudisill Lincolnton. 

MACON. 

G. L. Jones, F. S. Johnston, H. G. Rob- 
ertson, F. B. Benbow, A. W. Home, T. J. 
Johnston, Franklin; Henry Stewart, High- 
lands; S. L. Kelly, J. Frank Rav, Franklin. 
MADISON. 

Zachary & Roberts, C. B. Mashbum, 
Lewis J. Balvey, Gudger & McElroy, J. C. 
Ramsey, Marshall; I. N. Ebbs, Hot 
Springs; J. S. McElrov, Ivy. 
MARTIN. 

H. W. Stubbs. Wheeler Martin, S. J. 
Everett, B. A. Critcher S. A. Newell, Wil- 
liamston; A. R. Dunning, J. C. Smith, 
Roberson\"llle; J. T. Waldo, Hamilton. 



MCDOWELL. 

D. E. Hudgins, P. J. Sinclaii, Jas. Mor- 
ris, J. W. Pless, W. T. Morgan, J. L. C. 
Bird, W. F. Wood, A. H Johnston, J. W. 
Winborne, J. F. Wooten. T. A. Morphew, 
Marion. 

MECKLENBURG. 

A. Burwell, A. T. Cansler, C. W. Tillett, 
T. C. Guthrie, W. C. Maxwell, J. W. 
Kterans, Heriot Clarkson, C. H. DmIs, H. N. 
Pharr, J. A. Bell, W. B. Rodman, W. F. 
Harding, D. B. Smith, W. N. Smith, J. D. 
McCall, B. Nixon, T. W. Hawkins, H. W. 
Harris, F M. Shannonhouse, E. R. Preston, 
C. D. Bennett, C. Morrison, P. Whitlock, 
F. R. McNinch, T. L. Kirkpatrick, C. 
Brcnizer, T. W. Alexander, F. M. 
Redd, L. L. Caudle, J. L. De- 
Laney, Jake Newell, A. B. Justice, 
J. E. Little, J. B. Soence, T. A. Adams, 
W. F. Harding, R. G. Lucas, F. I. Osborne, 
R. L. Durham, R. S. llutcherson, L. W. 
Humphrey, D. C. Humphrev, L. B. Vree- 
land, D. K. Pope, P. S. Stewart, J. A. 
McRae, Charlotte. 

MITCHELL. 

Chas. E. Greene, S. J. Black, J. W. 
Ragland W. L. Lambert, Bakersville;; 
Harrison Baird, Elk Park; T. A. Love, 
Saginaw; T. S. McKinney, Spruice Pine; 
S. J. Turner, Bakersville. 

MONTGOMERY. 

J. R. Blair, B. F. Simmons, W. A. 
Cochran, R. T. Poole, R. 0. Fry, G. D. B. 
Reynolds, Troy. 

MOORE. 

W. J. Adams, U. L. Spence, H. F- Sea- 
well, R. L. Burns, Geo. H. Humber, Geo. 
W. McNeill, J. D. Mclver, Carthage; D. 
E. Mclver, Kenneth Hovle, C. K. Rosser, 
W. H. Quick, Sanford; A. A. F. Seawell, 
W. E. Murchison, Jonesboro; J. M. N. 
Johnson, Aberdeen. 

NASH. 

R. A. P. Cooley, S. F. Austin, B. A 
Brooks, W. S. Bailev, Nashville; Jacob 
Battle, W. L. Thorp, James P. Bunn, E. 
B. Grantham, T. H. Battle, Rocky Mount; 
R. F. Taylor, Spring Hope. 

NEW HANOVER. 

Rountree & Carr, George H. Howell, E. 
S. Martin, Russell & Gore, L. V. Grady, 
A. J. Marshall, H. McClammy, Wm. J. 
Bellamy, A. M. Waddcll, G. L. Peschau, 
Fmpie & Empie, J. W. Price, E. K. Bryan, 
John D. Bellamy & Son, Iredell Meares, 
Junius Davis, Thomas W. Davis, L. V. 
Orady, Stevens, Beasley & Weeks, W. B. 
MoKav, Bellamy & Bellamy, Woodus Kel- 
lum, "W. P. Gafford, J. F. Sellars, R. G. 
Grady, Louis Goodman, Chas. Locklin, 
MacRae & MacRae, Preston Cummings, Jr., 
James H. Scull, L. C. Grant, Wilmington. 
NORTHAMPTON. 

Willis Bagley, W. C. Bowen, S. J. Cal- 
vert, B. S. Gay, G. E. Midjette, F. R. 
Harris, C. G. Peebles. J. A. Worrell, 
Jackson; T. W. Mason, Garysburg. 
ONSLOW. 

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Cox, Jacksonville; F. D Koonce,, Rich- 
lands; R. Duffy, Cathaiine Lake. 

ORANGE. 

John W. Graham, SanVl M. Gattis, Ches- 
ter D. Turner, Frank Nash, Hillsboro; W. 
S. Roberson, T. H. Lon^-. Chapel Hill. 

PAMLICO. 

W. T. Caho, Bajboro; H. L. Gibbs, Ori- 
ental. 

PASQUOTANK. 

E. F. Aydlett, J. Hevwood Sawyer, P. H. 
Williams, J. C. BrooKs Roscoe W. Tur- 
ner, C. E. Thompson, F. F. 
Lamb, J. B. Leigh, I. M. Meekins, 
W. A. Worth, R. B. Creecy, John C. B. 
Ehring-haus, Ernest Lin"ood Sawyer, Geo. 
J. Spence, J. Kenyon Wilson, W. L. Co- 
hoon, Thomas Jarvis Markham, Elizabeth 
City; Frank M. Godfrey, Weeksville. 
PENDER. 

J. T. Bland, C. E. MeCullen, E. L. Lar- 
kins, Burgaw. 

PERQUIMANS. 

Chas. Whedbee, F. Pecard, P. W. Mc- 
Jlullan, Jas. S. McNider, Hertford. 
PERSON. 

W. W. Kitchin. L. M. Carlton, W. D. 
Merritt, W. T. Bradshor, F. O. Carver, S. 
G. Winstead, N. Lunsford, T. C. Brooks, 
Roxboro. 

PITT. 

T. J. Jar^as, Harry Skinner, Harry Skin- 
ner, Jr., Harry W. Whedbee, 1. A. Sugg, 
F. G. James, A. L. Blow, B. F. Tyson, J. 
L. Fleming, Julius Brown, R. C. Flan- 
agan, F. M. Wooten, F. C. Harding, W. 
H. Long, Greenville; S. C. Wooten, H. S. 
Harris, Farmville; W. J. Hooks, Ayden. 
POLK. 

J. E. Shipman, E. B. Cloud, Columbus. 
RANDOLPH. 

Elijah Moffitt, Wm. C. Hammer, J. T. 
Brittain, H. M. Robins, J. A. Spence, T. 
S. Ferree, C. L. Hoi ton, Asheboro. 
RICICVIOND. 

A. S. Dockery, W. M. Kelly, W. Steele 
Lowdermilk, J. D. Shaw, J. P. Cameron, 
Rockingham; L. D. Medlin, Hamlet. 
ROBESON. 

Robert E. Lee, R. C. Lawrence, E. J. 
Britt, W. H. Kinlaw, N. A. McLean, A. W. 
McLean, E. M. Britt, C. B. 

Skipper, Leon T. Cook, Stephen Mc- 
Intyre, J. D. Proctor, D. P. Shaw, Wade 
Wishart, T. A. McNeill, Woodie Lennon, 
Lumberton; S. B. McLean, B. F. McLean, 
Leroy Black, Maxton; J. P. Wiggins, Row- 
land; Hamilton McMillan, A. P. Spell, 
Red Springs. 

ROCItlNGHAM. 

R. D. Reid, Ira R. Humphreys, Went- 
worth; C. O. McMichael, Madison; A. D. 
Ivie, H. P. Lane, Lealisville; A. W. 
Dunn, Spray; H. R. Scott, P. W. Glide- 
well; A. J. Burton, T. S. Reid, Reidsville. 
ROWAN. 

J. S. Henderson, L. H. Clement, L. S. 
Overman, T. C. Linn, Burton Craige, R. 
Lee Wright, P. C. Carlton, J. J. Stewart, 



J. L. Rendleman, Walter Woodson, T. F. 
Kluttz, Whitehead Kluttz, E. C. Gregory, 
T. J. Jerome, Walter Murphy, J. H. 
Horah, T. H. Vandeifcrd, Jr., Bismarch 
Capps, W. B. Smoot, G. W. Garland, Sal- 
isbury; T. F. Hudson. Spencer. 
RUTHERFORD. 
Matt. McBrayer, Fred McBrayer, S. Gal- 
lert, J. M. Carson, W. C. McRorie, M. L. 
Edwards, H. C. EDiott, D. F. Morrow, R. 
S. Eaves, R. E. Morris, J. P. Morris, S. 
V. Pryor, Rutherf ordtou ; H. K. Biggerstaff, 
Forest City. 

SAMPSON. 

Henry A. Grady, Archie McL. Graham, 
.lohn E. Fowler, Henry E. Faison, Buck H. 
Grumpier, George E. butler, John D. Kerr, 
E. W. Kerr, J. L. Stewart, F. R. Cooper, 
CjTus M. Faircloth, Clinton. 
SCOTLAND. 

W. H. Cox, T. J. Dunn, Jonathan Peele, 
H. B. Adams, E. H. Gi'son, G. H. Russell, 
M. L. John, Geo. Goodwin, W. H. Weather- 
spoon, Laurinburg. 

STANLY. 

J. M. Brown, R. L. Smith, J. R. Price, 
R. A. Crowell, R. E. Austin, A. C. Huney- 
cutt, Z. B. Sanders, J. C. Wright, Albe- 
marle. 

STOKES. 

A. H. Joyce, W. W. King, J. D. Hum- 
phreys, John W. Hall, N. O. Petree, Dan- 
liury; J. Y. Phillips, Dalton. 
SURRY. 

W. F. Carter, S. P. Graves, R. L. Hay- 
n;ore, Geo. W. Sparger, J. H. Folger, Vir- 
gil E. Holcomb, Mount Airy; T. W. Fol- 
ger, R. C. Freeman, W. L. Reece, J. Guy 
Carter, W. M. Jackson, Dobson; J. F. 
Hendren, Elkin; J. H. Dobson, Rockford; 
O. E. Snow, W. R. Padgett, Pilot Moun- 
tain. 

SWAIN. 

E. R. Hampton, A. M Frv, R. L. Leath- 
erwood. T. D. Brvson, S. W. Black, A. J. 
Franklin. F. C. Fisher, A. S. Patterson, 
Bryson Citv; B. M. Henry, Whittier. 
TRANSYI.VANIA. 

W. B. Duckworth, V.'elch Galloway, D. 
L. Englis, R. L. Gash, W. W. Zachary, 
W. E. Breese, Brevard. 

TYRRELL. 

Mark Majette, T. H. Woodley, Columbia. 
UNION. 

A. B. Adams, T. J. Jerome, Frank 
Armfield, R. B. Redwine, J. C. Sikes, E. 
C. Williams, R. W. Lemmond, Stevens & 
Love, A. M. Stack, Ney McNeely, Monroe; 
J. C. Brooks, Marshville. 
VANCE. 

Henry T. Powell, A. C. Zollicoflfer, T. T. 
Hicks, A. J. Harris, T. M. Pittman, R. S. 
McCoin, G. A. Harrell, J. H. Bridgers, 
J. C. Kittrell, B. H. Perry, W. B. Shaw, 
Henderson. 

WAKE. 

Thomas M. Argo, A. B. Andrews, Jr., 
Samuel A. Ashe, Murray Allen, S. J. 
Adams, Richard H. Battle, Ed. S. Battle, 
Bosworth C Beckwith, Joseph D. Boushall, 



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Fabius H. Busbee, Perrin Busbee, Phil H. 
Busbee, C. M. Bernard, J. W. Bunn, Wal- 
ter Clark, Jr., A. L. Cox, F. L. 
Cox, William C. Douglass, C. B. 
Denson, Wm. H. Dav. Claude Dockery, 
Alex. J. Feild, J. H. Fleming, D. I. Fort, 
Jr., Bart M. Catling, Robert T. Gray, 
Robert L. Gray, J. C. L. Harris, Charles 
U. Harris, Ernest Haywood, John W. Hins- 
dale, John W. Hinsdale, Jr., J. Newton 
Holding, Norman H. Johnson, Wesley N. 
Jones, Armistead Jones, W. B. Jones, Win- 
field Lyon, M. Ashby Lambert, Ernest P. 
Maynard, B. F. Montague, W. A. Mont- 
gomery, Herbert E. Norris, William J. 
Peele, James H. Pou, S. G. Ryan, James 
E. Shepherd, S. Brown Shepherd, Elmer M. 
Shaffer, F. M. Simmons, Robt. N. Simms, 
Alexander Stronach, Ed. Chambers Smith, 
William B. Snow, Robert C. Strong, 
Charles Sykes, Thomas B. Womaek, Walter 
L. Watson, Chas. D. Wildes, E. F. Up- 
church, Cary; N. Y. Gulley, Wake Forest; 
Percy J. Olive, Apex. 

V/ARREN. 

John H. Kerr, Tasker Polk, Benj. G. 
Green, Thos. O. Rodwell, H. A. Boyd, R. 
A. Hawkins, B. B. Williams, Warrenton; 
John M. Picot, S. G. Daniel, J. P. Pippin, 
Littleton. 

WASHINGTON. 

Samuel B. Spruill, Asa 0. Gaylord, Van 
Buren Martin, Plymouth. 



WATAUGA. 

J. C. Fletcher, E. S. Coifey, F. A. Lin- 
ney, E. F. Lovill, W. R. Lovill, Boone; 
7j D. Lowe, T. L. Lowe Banners Elk. 
WAYNE. 

C. B. Aycock, F. A. Daniels, Isaac F. 
Dortch, W. S. O'B. Robinson, 

W. C. Munroe, W. T. Dortch, 
A. C. Davis, H. B. Parker, Jr., 
George E. Hood, J. L. Barham, J. T. 
Dortch, M. T. Dickinson, N. W. Outlaw, 
Hill & Williams, Goldfloro; A. S. Grady, 
J. D. Langston, S. A. Bhd, Mount Olive. 
WILKES. 

Finley & Hendren, W. W. Barber, R. N. 
Hackett, Cranor & Cranor, J. A. Holbrook, 
C. G. Gilreath, L. N. Lyon, Wilkesboro; 
Hackett & Fletcher, O. C. Dancy, North 
Wilkesboro. 

WILSON. 

F. A. Woodard, S. A. Woodard, W. A. 
Finch, H. G. Connor, Jr., Geo. W Connor, 
F. D. Swindell, Jr., C. C. Daniels, John E. 
Woodard, F. S. Hassell, W. A, Lucas, E. J. 
Barnes, 0. P. Dickinson. J. D. Bardin, J. 
A. Farmer. Wilson; J. G. Anderson, Elm 
City. 
I YADKIN. 

R. C. Puryear, D. M. Recce, F. W. 
Hanes, S. C. Williams, Yadkinville; W. H. 
Reavis, Hamptonville. 

YANCEY. 

J. Bis Ray, G. E. Gardner, E. F. Wat- 
son, Burnsville; H. A. Whittington, Cane 
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Austin, Joe H. — Clayton. 
Apple, Troy A. — Winston-Salem. 
Apple, R. O. — Winston-Salem. 
Arrington, B. F — Goldsboro. 
Allen, T. A., Jr. — Ilendersonviile. 
Allen, R. T.— Lumberton. 
Anderson, R. P. — Mocksville. 
Adams, A. J. — Cary. 
Ale.xander, C. L.— Charlotte. 
Anderson, B. R. — Boonville. 
Alexander, A. W.— Mt. Holly. 

Baker, L. P., — King's Mountain. 
Brooks, J. H. — Burlington. 
Bardin, J. B. — Cerro Gcrdo. 
Biand, Chas. A. — Charlotte. 
Bland, M. A.— Charlotte. 
Boyette, Chas. S. — Clinton. 
Boyette, Frank — Warsaiv. 
Buchanan, C. T. — Cranbury. 
Bogert, C. P.— Edonton. 
Betts, J. S. — Greensboro. 
Burton, E. A. — Greensboro. 
Banks, C. H. — Louisburg. 
Banner, Jno. E. — Mt. Viry. 
Bess, C. M.— North Brook. 
Baety, H. F.— North WUkcsboro. 
Bender, O. J. — PoUocksville. 
Battle, J. J.— Rocky Mount. 
Beam, C. M.— Charlotte. 
Berryhill, A. M.— Charlotte. 
Droughton, Ernest H. — Raleigti. 
Brown, Benj. B. — Tarboro. 
Boj'ette, J. M. — Wadcsboro. 
Booth, R. S. — Warrenton. 
Biggs, J. D. — Williamston. 
Brown, W. H. — Marshall. 
Baldwin, A. M. — Wilmington. 
Blum, Jas. A. — Winston-Salem. 
Baird, C. D.— Franklin. 
Brown, W. H. — Asheville. 
Blaekwcll, J. P. — Townsville. 
Cromartie, H. R. — Raeford. 
Conrad, J. W. — Winston-Salem. 
Chambers, E. O. — Asheville. 
Culbreth, N. A. — Jacksonville. 
Cromartie, A. S. — Clarkton. 
Carr, Geo. A. — Dmham. 
('arr, I. N. — Durham. 
Carr, R. L. — Greenville. 
Carson, Henry H. — Hendersonville. 
Carlton, F. D.— Statesville. 
Click, E. G.— Elkin. 
Caldwell, D. S.— Charlotte. 
Cripliner, C. P. — Lexington. 
Crawford, E. A. — Burlington. 
Clapp, J. C. — Greensboro. 
Clayton, W. L.— High Point. 
Coffey, L. M. — Lincolnton. 
Castleberry, F. D.— Ral.igh. 
Croom, J. D., Jr. — Maxton. 
Campbell, Paul — Murfreesboro. 
Clark, J. D.— New Be'-n. 
Carroll. N. G.— Raleigh. 
Cole, R. S. — Rockinarham. 
Crawford, J. H. — Raleigh. 
Carlton, J. W. — Spencer. 
Carlton, J. D. — Salisbury. 
Chamblee, F. G. — Spring Hope. 



Cutchin, R. S.— WhitaUtrs. 
Clark, M. H. P.— Wilmington 
Culbreth, Neil M.— Wiluington. 

Dulla, A. M. — Morganton. 
Dcaton, Jas. — Ether. 
Davidson, H. C. — Mt. Moume. 
Dameron, L. L. — New Born. 
Davis, I. H.— Oxford. 
Dreher, J. H. — Wi.minglon. 
Daniels, H. C. — Salisbury. 
Davis, W. Ross — Whiteville. 
Durham, B. J. — Asheville. 
Durham, J. H. — Wilmington. 
Douglass, Ernest — Raleigh. 

Ehringhaus, Erskinc — Elizabeth City. 
Ezzell, W. Lee — Charlotte. 
Edwards, L. M. — Durham. 
Edwards, W. H.— Durham. 
ICubanks, P. W. — Hendersonville. 
Everitt, D. E.— RaleigU 
Everett, Jas. B. — Murfreesboro. 
Evans, E. J. — Marion. 
Edmundson, J. R. — Wilson. 
Kzell, W. L. — Concord. 

Foreman, J. W. — Asheville. 
Foster, Albert — Bowbells. 
Fails, p. R.— Gastonia. 
Fry, K. C— Hickory. 
Frazier, A. E. — High Point. 
Faulkner, Thos. H. — Kinston. 
Fox, Lawrence S — Salisbury. 
Falk, O. C— Maxton. 
Frontis, Shelby — Mooresville. 
Fleming, A. H. — Louisburg. 
Ford, S. C. — Louisburg. 
Fitzgerald, W. C — Albemarle. 
Feagin, G. M. — Albemarle. 
Folger, Roscoe R. — Mt. Airy. 
Fort, C. D. H.— Oxford. 
Fleming, J M. — Raleigh. 
Frazier, F C. — Trinity. 
Gardner, J. R. — Ahoskie. 
Green, E. S., Jr. — Monroe. 
Gettys, J. H.— Forest City. 
Gamble, J. C. — Grumpier. 
Glenn, C. F.— Asheville. 
Gillespie, L. D. — Burnsville. 
Gambell, J. C. — Crumplnr. 
Goodwin, Jas. C. — Dunn 
Griffin, E. J— Edenton. 
Gregory, S. W.— Elizabeth City. 
Goss, T. S.— Elizabeth City. 
Gwyn, F. P.— Elk Park. 
Glenn, E. F.— Gastonia. 
Griffith, J. W. — Greensboro. 
Gaither, F. B. — Harmony. 
Gill, R. J. — Henderson. 
Oilman. J— Jacksonville 
Geer, J. L. — Ruthcrfordton. 
Griffith, J F.— Salisbury. 
Gidney, L. I. — Charlotte. 
Grigg, M. W.— Shelby. 
Giay, Wm. F. — Wad sboro. 
Oilman, Jno. — Wards Mill. 
Griffin, E. J.— Woodland. 
Gorham, L. R. — Rocky Mount. 
Graham, R. F. — Lumberton. 



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Gibson, H. B.— Red Springs. 
Gibson, J. L. — Laurinburg. 
Green, G. S., Jr.— Louisburg. 
Green, Edward — LaOrange. 
Gallagher, R. T.— Washington. 

Hooks, Oscar — Wilson. 

Hair, H. B.— Wilmington. 

Herring, J. C. D. — Wallace. 

Harper, H. D. — Kinston. 

Herndon, W. T.— Laurinburg. 

Harris, T. W— Littleton. 

Hurdle, J. A. — Milton. 

Houston, W. B. — Monroe. 

Holliday, R. F.— Clinton. 

Hicks, D. N.— Mt. Airy. 

Herring, G. F.— Mt. Olive. 

Huntley, Roy M. — Wadesboro. 

Hughes, Claud — Cedar Grove. 

H.irper, W. B.— Nashville, R. F. D. No. 4. 

Hand, W. L.— New Bern. 

Hauser, L. A. — East Bend. 

Highsmith. J. R. — Faj'etteville. 

Hall, C. B.— Prospect. 

Hartsell, W. K. — RandToman 

Hester, J. N. — Reidsviile. 

Hilliard, S. P.— Rocky Mount. 

Hawkins, T. M. — Sandy Ridge. 

Hoggard, J. W. — Severn. 

Holland, N. T.— Smitliflrld. 

Ilerr, G. G. — Southern Pines. 

Hearn, F. E.— Sylva 

Howen, E. W. — Waxhaw. 

Horton, P. E. — Winston. 

Horton, H. V. — Winston. 

Hall, B. F.— Ashcville. 

Hunt, F L. — Asheville. 

Henly, T. A. — Asheboro. 

Hand, W. L. — Burgaw. 

Hargrave, Theo. H — Canton. 

Holland, A. B.— Caroli-en. 

Harper, W. B. — Castalia. 

Hughes, C. N.- — Cedar Grove. 

Herring, Herdia C. — Concord. 

Houston, W .C. — Concord. 

Henderson, L. B. — Durham. 

Henderson, L. V.^Oxford. 

Harris, M. M. — Elizabeth City. 

Highsmith, C— Eniield. 

Hunter, Exum L. — Fayet*'eville. 

Higgins, W. H.— Franklin. 

Hoffman, Wm. H. — Gastonia. 

Hall, R. H.— Goldsboro. 

Humphrey, L. M. — Greensboro. 

Harriss, F. S.— Henderson . 

Hicks, J J. — Henry. 

Hayes, Wm. A. — High Point. 

Henderson, H. C. — Charlotte. 

Tvey, R. W. — New Lone. on. 

Ihrie, Jno. H.^Pittsboro. 

Jones, B. C— Charlotte. 

Jennings, R. W. — Banners Elk. 

Johnson, A. H. — Greensboro. 

Johnson & Baldwin — Wilmington. 

Jolmson, J. C. — Benson. 

Justice, Zora K. — Davidson. 

Judd, J. H.— Fayetteville. 

Johnson, L. A. — Greensboro. 

Jennings, R D. — Banner Elk. 

Johnson, J. C. — Benson. 

Johnson, Jno. W. — Goldsboro. 

James, D. L. — GreenviUe. 



Jeter, I. P. — Morganton. 
Jacobs, J. M. — Woodlawn. 
Jamison, J. W. — Charlotte. 
Jones, R. H. — Winston-Salem. 
Klopp, J. D.— Siler City. 
Kluttz, L. B. — Albemarle. 
King, R. E.— Beaufort. 
Keerans, Jas. L. — Charlotte. 
Kea, James E. — Wilmington. 
Keech, J. D.— Tarboro. 

Lewis, G. T.— Tabor. 
Lockhart, D. K. — Ashboro. 
Lynch, Wm. — Chapel Hill. 
Long, W. S., Jr. — Graham. 
Lipscomb, Chas. T. — Greensboro. 
Lcggett, J. L. — Hertford. 
Little, C. A.— Newton. 
Little, J. B.— Newton. 
Little, R. A. — Newton. 
Lemon, C. H. — Rowland. 
Long, B. R. — Roxboro. 
Liverman, A. C. — Scotland Neck. 
] angenour, P. F. — States^ille. 
LeGette, W.— Tavlorsville. 
Lee, S. P. J.— S'mithfield. 
Lee, E. Gordon — Clinton. 
Jlann, I. M. — Asheville. 
Mason, Jas. H. — Atlantic. 
McLean, J. H. — Brevard. 
Iilorrow, R. M. — Burlington. 
McNeely, S. H.— Canton. 
Jlorrison, R. J. — Cherryville. 
McCracken, Jas. T. — Durham. 
Marler, J. G.— East Bend. 
?Iartin, E. F. — Edenton. 
McConnell, D. E. — Gastonia. 
McCall, S. H.— Marion 
McDowell, C. H. — WajTiesville. 
Meador, J. H. — Rcidsville. 
Martin, C. L. — Madison. 
Jfadron, E. M.— Banners Elk. 
Marler, W. H. — Hickory. 
Meadord, J. R. — Reidsville. 
Morton, C. L.— Madison. 
Mann, H. L. — Middleton 
Maguire, Mrs. Daisy — Glenville. 
Malone, S. E. — Goldsboro. 
McPhail, Isaiah — Hamlet. 
Macon, Francis A. — Henderson. 
Worey, A. H.— Hendersonville. 
McDaniel, J. A. — Ivanhoe 
Moore, Wm. Paul — Jackson. 
Sloose, E. W. — Lenoir. 
Morris, C. P. — Lillington 
Mclver, D. C. — Maxton. 
Mann, Louis H. — Middletown. 
Mitchell, T. J.— Mt. Airy. 
MeCombs, Wm. S. — Murphy. 
l\icCracken, W. H. — Sanrord. 
Mott, C. B.— Statesvilie. 
Mathews, J. E. — Wilmington. 
Mizzell, W. G.— Windsor. 
McManus, D. C— Thom&tville. 
McPhail, J.— Hamlet 
j\tarler, J. G. — Yadkinville. 
McLaughlin, R. H. — Charlotte. 

Nixon, F. J. — Mt. Mourne. 
Norris. S. P. — Raleigh. 
Nichols, R. T. — Rockinarham. 
Norris, Carl P. — Lillington. 
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Nicies — Lynn. 

Ovprstreet, Nonnan L. — Whitakers. 

Osborne, J. C. — Lawndale. 

Osborne, J. R.— Shelby. 

Owen, D. V.— Whittier. 

Pittman, F. H. — Fairmont. 
Fhillips, Gertrude — Atlantic. 
Proffitt, Z. P.— Bald Creek. 
Pringle, A. J. — Campbell. 
Patterson, Geo. B. — Favetteville. 
Pate, P. B.— Gibson. 
Parker, H. C. — New Bern. 
Parker, J. M. — Ashcville. 
Pittard, J. T.— Henderson. 
Perkins, Frank E. — Hi^h Point. 
Pitts, H. C— High Point. 
Patrick, .Ino. C. — Black Mountain. 
Perry, E. W.— Littleton. 
Powell, C. G.— Potecas . 
Parker, Henry R. — Trenton. 
P'ckens, C. W. — Weaversville. 
Pickens, J. T. — Weaversville. 
Proffitt, D. R.— Weaversville. 
Phillips, Jno. W. — Yadkinville. 
Parrott, D. W.— Kinston. 
Powell, Jas. W.— Whit.'ville. 
Rowe, Charlie — Spniee Pine. 
Reade, A. P. — Durham. 
Kogei-s, R. G. — Apex. 
Rav, H. F.— Bald Creek 
Rav, D. S.— Clinton. 
Riddick, C. R.— Elizabeth City. 
Reese, R. W.— Elkin. 
Rowe, W. W. — Greensboro. 
Ramsey, W. B. — Hickory. 
Reeves, Cicero A. — Lauiei Springs. 
Regan, C. W. — Laurinburg. 
Richardson, E. E. — Leaksville. 
Reid, L G. — Lenoir. 
Riley, Jas M. — Lexington. 
Regan, .1. D. — Lumberton. 
Roach, .1. A. — Madison. 
Reid, J. G. — Marion. 
Redfearn, B. C. — Monroe. 
Ross, T. T.— Nashville. 
Rouse, J. W.— Pikeville. 
Ramsey, R. L. — Salisbury. 
Rothrock, J. M. — Thomasville. 
Ross, T. T.— Weldon. . 
Roby, W. M.— Charlotte. 
Ramsey, J. F. — Ashevilie. 
Reeves, R. H. — Ashevilie. 

Sinclair, Jas. A. — Ashevilie. 
Smathers, Wexler — .\sheville. 
Snipes, W. E. — Menola. 
Stephens, R. W. — Apex. 
Sinclair, D. M. — Marion. 
Stanley — Wilmington. 
Smathers, H. A. — Canton. 
Stanley, J. W. — Chadbourn. 
flharp,' J. W. B.— Dresden. 
Sattirfield, H. E.— Durham. 
Shackelford, E. H.— Durham. 
Spurgeon, J. S. — Hillsbt/ro. 
Smith, G. W.— Hopkins. 
Staley, W. J.— Liberty. 
Self, I. R.^Lincolnton. 
Smithwick, D. T. — Louisburg. 
Stephenson, .J. W. — ^Iirivoe. 
Staton, Frank — Mor'head City. 
Sinclair, W. T. — Norwood. 



Sharp, Jno. W. — Pinkt( n. 
Smith, Thos. M.— Polkton. 
Sherrill, R. G.— Raleigh. 
Smith, L. T.— Reidsviile. 
Steele, W. L. — Rockingfiam. 
Smithson, C. F. — Rocky Mount. 
Squires, R. M. — Salisburv. 
Smith, Chas. C. — Salisburv. 
Scarlett, E. H.— Selma. 
Sloan, C. S.— Wallace. 
Snell, Henderson — Washington. 
Smathers, B. F. — Waynesville. 
Smathers, J. H. — Wavn'iville. 
Sprinkle, W. A.— Whi'ttier. 
Smith, W. T— Wilmington. 
Sapp, Carey C. — Winston-Salem 

Thompson, J. W. — Andrews. 
Thompson, S. E. — Di.rham. 
Tucker, Edwin B. — Henderson. 
Taylor, W. A.— North Wilkesboro. 
Tnrner, V. E.— Raleigh 
Turner, Chas. A. — Statesvllle. 
Thompson, C. A. — Wi'=on. 
Taylor, W. W. — Warrenton. 
Thompson, J. S. — Swepsonville. 
Ttague, Geo. M. — Albemarle. 
Tucker, E. J. — Rcxboro. 
Taylor, A. Z. — Mocksville. 

Vitou, E. Chas. — Goldsboro. 
Van Noppen, J. J. — Spray. 

Waldroupe, R. M — Bryson City. 
Watson, E. F.— Clinton. 
Watkins, J. C. — Winston Salem. 
Watson, D. F. — Carthage. 
Wilson, O. T.— Dunn. 
White, J. H.— Elizabeth City. 
Willey, H. S.— Elizabeth City. 
Wilkins, Thos. A. — Ga=tonia. 
Wheeler, J. H. — Greensboro. 
Whitsett, Geo. W. — Greensboro 
Wyche, Jas. E. — Greensboro. 
Wa'droupe, V. M. — Hayesville. 
Wallace, W. C— Hend-rsonville. 
AVhisnat, J. F.— Hnrietta. 
AVhite, W. A.— Hickory. 
White, T.— Statesville. 
Wilson, 0. L. — Dimn. 
AVarren, J. E. — Mayodan. 
White, J. A. — Williamston. 
Wo'fe, T. B.— Plymouth. 
AVolfe, H. E.— Pivmouth. 
Ware, R. E.— Sheit.v. 
Whitehead. C. A.— Tarboro. 
Wa'ters, H. N. — Warr'^nton. 
West, C. P.— Beavrrville. 
White, Jas. A. — Williamston. 
AWbster, Julian — Wi! mine ton. 
Watkins, J. C. — Winston-Salem. 
I AVhisnant, A. .1. — Hrnrietta. • 
Williams, Donald — Tarboro. 
Watson. Robt. — Lalj" Landing. 
Ward, W. J.— Weldon. 
Wells, A. S. — Washington. 
Weeks, W. N.— Southport. 
Young, J. A. — Faulston. 
Yates, Paul P. — Morrisville. 
Yelverton. J. Hugh — Wilson. 
Young, W. H. — N'wton. 
Younce, Phillip — MabeL 
Zickler, C. R.— Charlo'-te. 



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Practicing Phy&icians in North Carolina. 



ALA31ANCE. 

Burlington— C. A. Anunsoii, T. S. Fau- 
cett, R. A. Freeman, H. M. Moiitgom- 
erv, H. R. Moore, John W. Page, J. A. 
Pickett, L. A. Walker, W. G. Stafford, 
T. A. Bohannon. 

i:ion College— J. A. Crouse, W. T. Hern- 
don, Geo. S. Watson. J. Loftin Kernodle. 

Graham- W. R. Goley, Geo. W. Long, 
O. J. Parris, W. E. Walker. 

Curtis — L. A. Johnson. 

Haw River— J. W. McPherson. L. D. Mc- 
Pherson. 

Sa.xapahaw — W. T. Sumner. 

Mebane— W. N. Tate, T. D. Tyson, N. D. 
York. 

Swepsonville — T. R. Williams. 

Oakdale— G. A. Foster. 

ALEXANDER. 

Taylorsville— 0. L. Hollar. S. T. Crowson. 

Mount Pisgah — Ed. S. King. 

Hiddenite — Donald H. Leeper. 

btony Point — J. Mc. Hunter. 

ALLEGHANY. 

Lamar — B. E. Reeves. 

bcottville— B. C. Waddell. 

Sparta— Robt. Thompson, S. Edwards, J. L. 
D'oughton. 

Cherry Lane — Hugh Hanks. 

Edmonds — W. H. Cooms. 

Laurelspring — Aaron Os'jorn. 
ANSON. 

Wadesboro— E. S. Ashe, J. H. Bennett, J. 
M. Covington, J. M. Covington, Jr., J. 
E. Hart, R. D. Ross. 

Peachland — W. W. Barrett. 

Ansonville — S. B. Carpenter, J. M. Dunlap. 

Lilesville— J. Edwin K-rr, J. L. Wyatt. 

Morven — T. F. Mcisenheimer, O. D. Thomp- 
son. 

Polkton— L. C. Smith. 

ASHE. 

Weaver's Ford — J. H. Barton. 

Todd— W. R. Backburii, I. T. Lemly, W. R. 
Graham. 

Grassv Creek — Manlv Blevins. 

Hopkins— T. J. Call. 

Grayson — J. J. S. Denney. 

Jefferson— J. W. Colvard. B. O. Edwards, 
J. C. Testerman. 

Helton — A. L. Jones. 

Clifton— R. W. Jones. 

Crcston — W. J. Robinson. 

Lansing— T. .1. Jones. 

Sturgills — S. E. Prnnineton. 

Sutherland— E. M. Lo\d. 

BEAUFORT. 

Washington— W. A. Blount, J. G. Blount, 
E. M. Brown, J. M. Galla^-her, Ira M. 
Hardy, J. L. Nicholson, P. A. Nichol- 
son, S. T. Nicholson, Jno. C. Rodman, 
W. P. Small, David T. Tayloe, Joshua 
Tavloe, Jno. W. Williams. 

Belhaven— W. J. Bullock Wm. D. Kellum, 
H. M. Mariner. 

Aurora— H. M. Bonner. 0. S. Staley, S. 
W. Staloy, Armist-ad K. Tayloe. 

Pantego— E. S. Crrdle. 

Pinetown — H. H. Hunter. 



Ytatesville — C. C. Jackson. 
Bath— J. T. Nicholson. 

BERTIE. 

Aulander— Jno. T. Hoggard, W. J. Har- 

rell, E. H. Horton. 
Colerain— L. A. Nowell, Wm. A. Hoggard. 
Kelford— Paul Brittle. 

Roxobel — Alanson Capehart. P. C. Jenkins. 
Powillsville— J. B. Ruffln, L. S. Webb. 
Windsor — Henry V. Dunston, Jno. L. 

Pritchard, Edward W. Pugh, Whitmel S. 

Gurlcy, Chas. J. Sawyer. 
Merry Hill— Burton W. Hathaway. 
Lewiston- — Way land Mitchell. 

BLADEN. 

Clarkton — L. B. bvaiis, George L. Clark. 

Council — .J. A. Adkins. 

Garland— R. S. Cromartie. 

East Arcadia — Thos. Devane. 

Elizabeth town — Newton Robinson. 

White Oak— W. H. G. Luca=. >7. k. Anders. 
BRUNSWICK. 

Southport — W. G. Curtis, J. Arthur 
Dosher, D. T. Watson. 

Shallotte— W. R. Goley, E. W. Jones, J. 
A. Stone. 

El Paso— E. G. Goodman. 

Phoenix^ — T. V. Moore. 

BUNCOMBE. 

Ashe^^lle— C. P. Ambler, Samuel W. Bat- 
tle, A. M. Ballard, H. H. Briggs, H. 
G. Brookshire, T. E. W. Brown, W. C. 
Brownson, Jas. A. BuiToughs J. F. Car- 
raway, A. W. Calloway, T. P. Cheese- 
borough, F. J. Clemeng r, J. L. Carroll, 
R. S. Carroll, W. H. Carroll, J. E. Cocke, 
W. L. Dunn, Lewis W. Elias, M. H. 
Fletcher, E. B. Glenn. E. Gruner, W. D. 
Ililliard, C. S. Jordan. E. C. Laird, P. H. 
Lee, T. E. Linn, L. B. McBrayer, F. T. 
Meriwether, Lewis A. Mernmon, M. C. 
Miilender, C. L. Minor, E. R. Morris, 
Peter B. Orr, C. 0. Orr, Paul Paquin, 
Arthur Pritchard, Geo. W. Purefoy, C. E. 
Reed, C. V. Reynolds, J. H. Reynolds, 
Paul Ringer, Karl Von Ruck, 

S. H. Von Ruck, James Saw- 
yer, Dan E. Sevier, Joseph T. Sevier, 
Owen Smith, M. L. Stevens, Gaillard S. 
Tennent, H. Bascom Weaver, A. S. 
Whitaker, W. P. Whittington, John H. 
Williams, C St. V. Zimmermann. 

Black Mountain— T. J. Archer, C. E. Cot- 
ten. 

Biltmore— J. E. David, L. E. Holmes. 

Jupiter — 1. A. Harris. 

Alexander— W. J. Clontz. 

Swanannoa — R. I. Wilson. 

Candler— Geo. H. Th'-icV,. 
BURKE. 

Morganton — Paul V. Anderson, James R. 
Anderson, Jas. K. Hall, Joseph L. Lax- 
ton, John McCampbell, W. Ed. Phifer, 
Joseph B. Riddle, C. E. Ross, 
Isaac M. Tavlor, Hugh R Thomp- 
son, E. S. Walrlick. 

Glen Alpine — E. A. Hennessee. 

Rutherford College— T. V. Goode. 



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CABAKKUS. 

Concord— L. M. Arclur, D. T. Boger, L, 
N. Burleyson, D. G. Caldwell, M. M. 
Colwell, G. J. Gougvr, K. M. King, J. 
S. Lafferty, W. H. Lilly, W. D. Peniber- 
ton, T. F. PhaiT, F. O. Rogers, J. E. 
Snioot, J. 0. Walker, J. W. Wallace, 
Robert S. Young. 

Mount Pleasant— P. A. Barrier, M. A. 
Foil, J. M. Matthews, G. J). Moose. 

Harrisburg— J. C. Blaek, S. A. Grier. 

Kannapolis — J. W. Flowe. 

Georgeville — I. A. Yowe. 

CALDWELL. 

Lenoir— L. H. Cofley, VV. P. Ivey, A. A. 
Kent, C. J. Mattocks, C. D. McNairy, 
J. Claud Moore, C. L. Wilson. 

Granite Falls — O. J. Corpening, B. G. 
Flowers, G. E. Flowers, A. D. Jones, 
J. B. Wright. 

Blackstone— G. H. Carter. 

Colkttsville— W. M. White. 
CA»IDEN. 

Shiloh— C. G. Feiebee, VV. W. Sawyer. 

South Mills — J. L. Lister. 

CARTERET. 

Beaufort— A. B. Cliapin, F. M. Clark, 
Geo. Davis, C. L. Duncan, C. S. Max- 
well. 

Morehcad City— K. P. B. Boomer, W. E. 
Headen. 

Atlantic — L. C. Adain,s. 

Marshallberg — Tf. S. George. 

Harlowe — C. N. Mason. 

Stacey- Wm. T. Paul. 

I-.ogue — J. W. Sanders. 

CASWELL. 

Blackwplls— J. F. Badgett. 

Ridgeville — B. E. Love. 

Yanceyville — S. A. Malloy. 

Milton— M. H. McBride. 

Tlionipsonville— Geo. W. Norman. 

Tony — J. A. Pinnix. 

Semora — J. F. Swann. 

Leasburg — Joe Thompson. 

CATAWBA. 

Hickory— H. L. .\berntthv, W. L. Aber- 
nethv, H. B. Baker, C. M. Childs, J. A. 
Childs, Fred T. Foard, J. T. Johnson, H. 
C. Mcnzies, J. H. Shuford, B. F. White- 
side. 

Newton — Jas. R. Camobell, F. L. Hormon, 
W. H. Everhart, T. W. Long, J. H. 
Yount, Geo. H. West. 

Maiden— P. J. Klutz, J. O. Whiteside. 

Catawba— Q. M. Little, Fred Y. Long, L. 
G. Skinner. 

Clarmont — D. M. Moser. 

Conover — D. Mcf). Yn;.Tit, R. Abernethy. 
CHATHAM. 

Pittsboro— H. T. Chapin, L. E. Farthing, 
J. N. Taylor. 

Goldston— \Vm. Burns. R. M. Fields. 

Siler Cit3-— J. D. Edwards, T. A. Kirk- 
man.. 

Bynum — A. W. Mann. 

Gulf— R. W. Palmer. 

Ore Hill— 0. B. Stroud. 

Mount Vernon Springs — J. O. Kirkman. 

Apex — C. G. Upchurch. 

Morrisville — Hugh Wilson. 



Lockville— P. D. Lastcr. 
Moncure — W. J. Strickland. 

CHEROKEE. 

Murphy— J. F. Abernethy, W. A. Gra- 
liam, S. C. Higliway, B. B. Meroney, 
W. O. Patton. 

Culbcrtson— L. R. Castcol, C. F. Walker. 

Ballcw — W. C. Mason. 

Unaka — Allen Stiles. 

Andrews— C. H. Orr, G. D. Webb. 
CHOWAN. 

Edenton— R. Dillard, J. H. McMullan, T. J. 
Hoskins, H. M. S. Cason. 

Cisco — .J. R. Parker. 

CLAY. 

Haycsville- J. M. Sullivan, P. B. Killian, 
li. T. Coleman. J. E. Tidwell. 
CLEVELAND, 

Shelbv— J. F. Bean, R C. Eilis, W. T. 
Gregg, E. B. Laltimore, T. E. McBray- 
er, W. F. Mitcliell, Rufus R. Morrison, 
B. H. Palmer, W. J. Wood. 

Mooresville— C. O. Champion, &. S. Royster. 

King's Mountain— O. G. Falls, B. R. Hun- 
ter, J. L. McKay, J G. Hood. 

Earls— J. P. Aydolette, W. G. Trent. 

Waco— G. T. Evans, W. A. Goode. 

Polkville— G. M. Gold, V. J. Palmer. 

Cleveland Mills— L. L. Self, B. F. Falls. 

Lawndale — A. M. Edwards. 

Fallston — E. A. Houser. 

Cherryville — W. H. Houser. 

Lattimore — L. V. Lee. 

Grover — Geo. Gates. 

Casor — C. N. Peeler. 

COLUIVIBUS. 

Chadbourn— J. F. Blake, W. F. Smith, S. 

M. Withers. 
Whiteville— John M. Bovce, W. H. Cro- 

well, H. B. Maxwell, J. A. McNeill, 

N. A. Thompson. 
Boardman — H. O. Easlej'. 
Tabor— B N. Gore. 
Vinrlaiid — Thos. C. Johnson. 
Fair Bluff— A. G. Floyd. 
Cronley — D. D. Jordan. 
Cerro Gordo — J M. McGoiigan. 

CRAVEN. 

New Bern— Geo. A. Caton, Chas. Duffy, 
Francis Dtiffy, Leinster Duffy, A. W. 
Disosway, N. M. Gibbs, F. W. Hughes, 
B. DuVal Jones, I. H. Lawrence, J. E. 
Patrick, I. F. Patterson, R. S. Primrose, 
J. F. Rhem, N. H. Street, J. M. Ward. 

Vanceboro — James Dugoid. 

Dover — Raj'mond Pollock. 

CUMBERLAND. 

Fayetteville— T. S. Haigh, J. H. High- 
smith, Seavev Highsmilh. W. S. Jordan, 
John D. McRae, J H. Marsh, J. V. Mc- 
Goughan, Jno. A. McKethan, A. S. Rose, 
John C. Dye. 

Raeford— G. W. Brown, A. P. Dixon, Geo. 
A. Graham. 

Hope Mills— Leon Watson, J. A. Willing- 
ham, J. W. McNeill. 

Cedar Creek— K. G. Averitt. 

Ptedman— T. C. Bullock, E. P. Williams. 

I^ittle River Acad-^my- W. C. Melvin. 

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Godwin — J. N. McLean. 

CURRITUCK. 

Moyock — Stuart Mann, F. W. Rittef. 
Kitty Hawk— J. D. CogswelL 
Kigo— W. H. CowpIL 
Coinjock — J. F. Garrington. 
Poplar Branch — W. T. Griggs. 
Jarvisburg — J. M. Newbern. 
Shawsboro — Henry M. Shaw. 

DARE. 
Manteo — Woodson B. Fearing, Franklin P. 

Gates. 
Buxton — J. J. Davis. 

DAVIDSON. 
Lexington — E. J. Buckanan, D. J. Hill, 

Joel Hill, W. L. Hill, W. J. Vestal, R. 

U. Zimmerman. 
Thomasville — Albert H. Bowers, Joseph 

Bird, C. A. Julian, J. H. Mack, J. W. 

Peacock. 
Linwood— J. F. Beal, J. E. Cathell, J. A. 

Myers. 
Denton — Abel Anderson, Phillip S. Easley. 
Jackson Hill— A. Bulla, J. Y. Fitzgerald. 
Wallburg— J. A. Dimmette. 
Bethany— H. W. D'orsett. 
Fairmont — A. A. York. 

DAVIE. 

Advance— J. F. Jlartin, T. T. Watkins. 

Mocksville— B. C. Clement, W. C. Mar- 
tin, J. W. Rodvvell. 

Farmington— E. M. Griffin, \V. G. Johnson. 

Coolermee — A. B. Byerly. 

Calahaln — J. M. Cain. 

DUPIilN. 

Magnolia— G. T. Clark, O. F. Smith, W. 
F. Stokes. 

Kenansville — John A. FeiTall. A. J. Jones, 
J. Gerald Murphy, A. F. Williams. 

Warsaw— L. Hussoy, J. M. Williams, J. 
L. Lane. 

Wallace— J. W. Carroll, B. R. Graham. 

Faison— D. N. Seawe'l, John M. Faison, 
John L. Lane. 

Rose Hill— T. R. Hatcher, R. L. Carr. 

Rcsaca — J T. Maxwell. 

Boula\alle— G. W. Kennedy. 

Chinquepin — J. F. Lanrllng. 

DURHA»f. 

Durham— C. A. Adams. N. P. Boddie, E. 
H. Bowling, John R. Carr, Arch. Cheat- 
ham, R. L. Felts, W. A. Gr:iham, Joseph 
Graham, C. S. Hicks, W. N. Hicks. N. 
M. Johnson, A. C. Jordan, G. W. Landis, 
T. A. Mann, J. M. Manning, R. A. Moore, 
J M. O'Kelly, W. W. Olive, Geo. H. 
Ross, J. A. Smith, R. J. Teague, Chas. 
B. Wilkf-rson, C. A. Woodard. 

West Durham— R. L. Holloway, E. C. 
Patterson. Baird Brooks. 

East Durham— W. G. Guess. 

V.'illardsville— E. M. Holt, W. P. Holt. 

Rougemont — A. C. Boyles. 

Bahama — Dr. Lyon. 

Gorman— R. E. Nichols, M. P. Ward. 

Morris\'ille — H. F. Wil=nn. 

EDGECOjMBE. 

Tarboro— J. H. Andrson, J. M. Baker, S. 
P. Bass, S. N. Harrell. J ff D. Jenkins, 
L. L. Staton. AV. J. Tliigpen. 

Rocky Mount— M. R. Braswell, C. B. 



Killebrew, E. M. Quiller, G. L. Wim- 

berly. 
Whitakers— W. H. Coble, J. C. Braswell, R. 

H. Speight. 
Conetoc— J. E. Brothers. R. L. Savage, 
Old Sparta— J. B. Carr, M. B. Pitt, 
nim City— AV. P. Mercer. 
Battleboro— H. B. Marriott. 
Macclesfield- C. B. Walton. 

FORSYTH. 

Winston — H. T. Bahnson, John Bynum, 
Wade H. Bynum, T. M. Copple, D. N. 
Dalton, W. M. Dalton, A. P. Davis, 
T. W. Davis, J. P. Fearrington, J. F. 
Griffith, J. L. Hanes, R. D. Jewett, 
H. H. Kapp, A. Y. Lin\ille, E. A. 
Loekett, H. S. Lott, J. P. Nicholson, 
S. F. Pfhol, Robt. L. Rierson, J. F. 
Shaffner, J. F. Shafi'ner, Jr., E. H. 
Spainhour, W. O. Spencer, H. L. Sulli- 
van, C. L. Summers, J. Thos. Wright. 

Bethania— E. F. Strickland. 

Kornersville— W. C. Ashworth, R. L. Carl- 
ton, J. T. Justice. 

Pfaflttown— J. W. Davis. 

Walkertown — J. C. Hammock. 

Rural Hall— S. S. Flvnt. 

FRANKLIN. 

Franklinton— J. H. Harris, R. B. Hen- 
derson, R. N. Winston. 

Louisburg— S. P. Burt, 0. L. Ellis, R. 
P. Floyd, J. E. Malone, J. J. Mann, R. 
F. Yarborough. 

Youngsville— P. R. Hatch, I. G. Riddick. 

Cedar Rock— E. H. Bobbitt. 

Letha— K. M. Clark. 

ATapleville — Hodge A. Newell. 

Centreville— J. R. AVh-i-ss. 
GASTON. 

Castonia— C. E. Adam's, McT. G. Anders, 
R. C. Bunting, H. M. Eddleman, H. P. 
Glenn, L. N. Glenn. Chas. E. McLain, 
R. M. Reid, J. M. Sloan, F. G. Wilson. 

Belmont- W. W. Davis, N. A. Orr. 

Bessemer City— R. H. Garren D. A. Gar- 
rison, AV. S. Hav. H. E. Rowe. 

Cherryville— AV. H. Houser, A. W. Howell, 
J. M. Hunter. 

Mt. Holly— E. C. Boyette, Robert Rhym, 
Jas. J. Stewart. 

Dallas— J. H. Jenkins, S. A. Wilkins. 

Lowell — G. R. Patrick, Frank Robinson. 

High Shoals— Robt. AV. Petrie, Arnold Sto- 
vall. 

Stanley— M. C. Hunter, L. C. Quiekel. 

Taylorsville — J. P. Matthewson. 

StcAdensville — J. AV. Tavlor. 
GATES. 

Sunbury— G. C. Brooks, E. P. Corbett. 

Re^Tioldson — AV. O. P. Lee. 

Gates- R. C. Smith. 

Gatesville — Geo. D. WiPiams. 
GRAHAM. 

Robbinsville — -P. Culbersrn. L. D. Hooper, 
M. T. Maxwell, P. T. McKaig. 

Brock— G. F. Brock. 

Yellow Creek— S. F. Howell. 
GRANVILLE. 

Oxford— S. D. Booth, T L. Booth, S. H. 
Cannadav, Ben. K. Havs, E. B. Meadows, 
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Watkins, J. B. Williams, G. A Cogges- 
hall. 

Hester— Wm. B. Bullock. 

Stem— P. R. Hardee. 

Northside— 0. VV. Holloway. 

Creedmore — J. A. Sanderiord. 

Stovall— W L. Tavlor. 

Grissom— G T. Slices. 

GREENE. 

Snow Hill— James H. Harper, W. B. Mur- 
phy, Jr., W. W. Whittington. 

Hookerton— G. C. Edwards, W. A. Robert- 
son. 

Farmville — Albert West. 

GUILFORD. 

Greensboro — J. B. Angle, C. \V. Banner, J. 
T. J. Battle, W. P. Beall, Louis G. 
Beall, B. W. Best, H. C. Boyles, J. G. 
Broadnax, J. E. Brooks, Z. T. Brooks, 
Al. Coble, Rigdon O. Dees, H. H. Dod- 
son, P. W. Flagg, M. R. Farrar, A. F. 
Fortune, Miss Anna M. Gove, J. E. 
Grimsley, Mrs. Joy Harris Glasscock, R. 
K. Gregory, Edmund Harrison, George R. 
Hughes, G. W. Kernodle, W. P. Kniglit, 
A. E. Ledbetter, Thos. R. Little, John 
W. Long, John E. Logan, W. J. Mtad- 
ovvs, E. R. Michaux, Miss May S. Miles, 
Chas. W. Moseley, J. T. Reives, W. J. 
Richardson, Chas. Robertson, C. L. Scott, 

E. L. Stamey, John Thames, Samuel 
Tucker, J. P. Turner, A. R. Wilson, John 
Roy Williams, John A. Williams, Mrs. 
Elizabeth H. Tucker, Jno. W. Tankersley. 

Hight Point— John T. Burrus, J. W. 
Burton, W. J. McAnallj', VV. M. James, 
J. L. Moore, J. R. Reitzel. C. E. Reitzel, 
D. A. Stanton, J. F. Swain, j. A. Turner, 
W. L. Vestal, A. L. Whittaker. 

Oak Ridgr— S. A. Cook, J. R. Paddison. 

Pomona — J. G. Ector, Dr. Norman. 

Summerfleld- W. C. Davis, H. Willis. 

Gibsonville — H. P. Bowman, G. E. Jordan. 

Jamestown — D. A. Armfield, J. E. Foscue, 
J. R. Gordon. 

McLeansvill — C. S. Oilman, W. T. Holt, 

A. P. McD'aniel. 

Stokesdale— J. J. Hilton, C. W. Taylor. 
Guilford College — Jessa F. McCracken, M. 

F. Fox. 

Pleasant Garden — Ciaiborn Gray. 
Brown Summit — J. W. Jones. 
Vandalia — J. T. Reaves. 

HALIFAX. 
Halifax — H. B. Ferguson. E. L. Fenner. 
Scotland Neck— H. I. Clark, Dr. Smith, 

J. P. Wimberly. 
Enfield — John A. Collins, A. S. Hai'ison, 

L. T. Whitaker. 
Weldon— I. E. Green, A. B. Zollicoffer, D. 

B. Zollicoffer. 

Roanoke Rapids — A. C. Iloyt. S. B. Pierce. 
Hobgood — K. Leggett. 
Tillery- F. M. Register. 

HARNETT. 

Dunn — O. L. Denning, M. W. Harper, I. F. 

Hicks, Chas. Hisrhsmith. W. L. Hudson, 

S. P. J. Lee, Wm. M. McNeill, C. H. 

Sexton. 
Lillint'ton — L. J. Arnold, J. E. Caviness, 

J. H. Withers. 



Buie s Creek — Jno. A. ilcKay, J. F. Mc- 
Kay. 
Liuucn— W. C. Melvin, F. Smith. 
Chajybeate Springs— J. W. ilaiiord. 
Duke— W. P. Huit. 
\\ aiie — C. J. McOomb. 
Sunmierville — A. M. AlcKay. 
Godwin — J. W. McLean. 
Benson — F. T. Moore. 
Coats— H. Utley. 

HAYWOOD. 

Waynesville— J. F. Abel, U. L. Allen, J. 

R. McCracken, H. L. McFayden, B. H. 

Greenwood, Samuel L. StiiiigUeld, Thos. 

Stringfleld, J. Howell Way. 
Canton— J. H. Mease, J. E. Moore, A. B. 

Willis, J. E. Wilson. 
Clyde— F. M. Davis, S. 3. Medford, R. L. 

Walker. 

HENDERSON. 

Hendersonville— T. A. Ailen, G. E. Dixon, 
A. B. Drafts, J. L. Edgerton, C. Few, 
W. B. Howe, Wm. R. Kirk, J. G. Wal- 
drop, J. S. Brown. 

Flat Rock — Arthur R. Guerard. 

Fletcher— Lloyd P. Russell. 

L/ana — J. F. Harris. 

Fruitland — W. G. Hutcherson 

Zirconia — Levi Jones. 

Mill River — L. L. Johnson. 

HERTFORD. 

Ahoskie— J. H. Mitchell, A. W. Greene, 

Paul H. Mitchell. 
Murfieesboro — W. G. Freeman, R. H. Gary, 

G. N. Harrell. 
Winton— C. F. Gnffin, W. B. Pollard. 
Como — T. I. Burbage. 
I'nion — J. Rainey Parker. 
Harrellsville- J. E. Ward. 
Menola— Clifton G. Parker. 

HYDE. 

Scranton — J. W. Williams. 

Swan Quarter — E. H. Jones. 

Lake Landing — Eugene Windly, M. M. Mur- 
ry, O. H. Gibbs. 

[■airfield — J. A. Mann, R. N. Cartwright, 
A. G. Harris. 

IREDELL. 

Reno— H. F. Bailey. 

Dunlap— E. A. Hall. 

Turnersburg — P. C. Jurney. 

Evalin— J V. Williams. 

Lorav — L. V. Cloaninger 

Trou'tman— R. W. Mills, E. E. Klutz. " 

Mt. Slourne— Walter B. Mott. 

New Hope — J. N. Summers. 

Eufola- W. W. Wilhelm. 

Cool Springs — J. R. fjuwery. 

Statesville— W. R. Adams, thos. E. Ander- 
son, Archibald Campbi'll, L. Harrill, W. 
J. Hill, J. E. King, H. F. Long, J. E. 
McLaughlin, F. L. Snarpe, E. M. Yount, 
Albert Houck. 

Mooresville — A. E. Bell P. A. Carpenter, 
J. T. Moore, N. G. Moore, S. W. Steven- 
son, James Young. 

Harmony — J. A. Sisk. \\. G. Nicholson. 
JACKSON. 

Webster— H. F. Burgin. Wm. Self. 



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Dillsboro— Chas. Z. Candler, J. M. Cand- 
ler. 
Sylva— D. D. Hooper, A. S. Nichols. 
Painter — A. A. Nichols. 

JOHNSTON. 

Clayton— E. N. liookor, J. A. Griffin, B. 

A. Hocutt, G. A. McLendon, J. B. Rob- 
ertson, J. J. Young. 
Kenly— J. C. Grady, G. S. Coleman, G. A. 

Hood, Jas. F. Justice. 
Benson — Floyd Johnson, I). B. Lassiter, F. 

T. Moore, G. E. Parker, W. H. Rowland. 
Selma— R. J. Noble, J. B. Person, Geo. D. 

Vick. 
Smithfield— Tliel. Hooks, L. A. Munns, G. 

J. Robinson, A. H. Rose, L. D. Wharton. 
Princeton — J. B. Strachon, A. G. Woodard. 
Four Oaks— Jno. II. otanly, J. D. T. Wel- 

lons, S. R. Y'oung. 

JONES. 

Maysville--N. G. Shaw. 

Pcllocksville— A. F. Hammond, G. R. 

Hughes. 
Trenton — H. Johnson, H. G. Monk. 

LENOIR. 
LaGrange — J. C. Green, J. M. Hodges, J. 

W. P. Smithwick. 
Kinston — W. F. Hargrove, Jas. M. Parrott, 

A. DeK. Parrott, \V. P. Parrott, Jno. A. 

Pollock, C. L. Pridgen, Henry TuU, 

V. E. Weyher, R. A. Whittaker, F. A. 

Wliittaker, C. B. Woodley, R. W. Woot- 

ten. 
Trenton— H. G. Monk. 

LINCOLN. 

Denver — H. N. Abernethy, C. L. McCaul. 

Lincolnton — Geo. H. Co^tner, L. A. Cro- 
well, Chas. H. Hoover, R. B. Killian, 
R. W. Petrie. John W. baine, J. S. 
Wise, J. B. Wright. 

Orleans — W. A. Bass. 

Crouse — J. L. Beam. 

Reepsville— W. C. Riser. 

Iron Station — Augustus Smith. 

Lowesville — C. B. Thom.pson. 

MACON. 

Franklin— S. H. Lyle, J H. Fonts, H. M. 

Jones, W. A. Rogers, F. L. Siler. 
Aquone — J. A. Browner. 
Highlands — Mary E. Lapham, 

MADISON. 

Mars Hill— J. H. Baird, W. F. Robinson, J. 

W. Baird. 
Big Laurel— I. E. Burnett, O. V. Burnett, 
JlarshaH — Frank Roberts, W. J. Weaver, J. 

C. Tilson, Jack Jarrett. 
Hot Springs — E. J. Pecs. 
English — I. L. English. 

Spring Creek— T. J. Frisbee, S. B. Wood}'. 
Canto— C. E. Roberts. W. H. Hughes. 
Walmet— A. J. McDevitt. 
Joe — J. Reynolds. 
Barnard — W. B. Fortner. 

MARTIN. 

Hamilton — M. I. Fleming. B. L. Long. 

Robersonville — W. H. Hargrove, R. J. Nel- 
son. 

Williamston— J. B. H. Knight, J. P. 
Proctor, W. E. Warren, J. S. Rhodes, 



Hugh B. York. 
Janu'Sville — J. E. Smithwick. 
Everetts — J. H. Saunders. 

Mcdowell. 

Marion— B. L. Ashwort'i, B. A. Cheek, M. 
L. Justice, G. B. Justice, Guy S. Kirby, 
M. F. Morphew. 

Old Fort— R. H. Garren, Dr. Freeman, Dr. 
Mcintosh. 

Dysartsviile— W. W. Gilbert, Jno. 0. Sim- 
mons. 

Nealsville — J. L. Doster. 

MECIiLENBURG. 

Charlotte — J. S. Abernelliy, Miles B. Aber 
nethy, Annie L. Alexander, J. R. Ale.x 
ander, J. A. Austin, Fred Austin, R. J 
Brevard, Clifford, T. F. Costner, Geo. T 
Clark, W. P. Craven, A. J. Crowell, S 
M. Crowell, Jno. Donnelly. J. P. Mathe 
son, I. W. Faison, Robt. L. Gibbon 
Joseph Graham, W. A. Graham J. T, 
Hiatt, F. O. Hawley, A. M. Ilerron, John 
R. Irwin, Parks M. King, R. N. Little 
John, D. H. Leeper, R. E. Mason, C. S 
McLaughlin, C. G. McManaway, C. A 
Meisenheimer, John C Montgomery, B 
S. Moore, W. O. Nisbet, Brodie C 
Nolle, W. W. Pharr, George W. Pressly, 
E. C. Register, Wm. M. Hunter, L. C 
Keerans, Geo. W. Graham. L. B. Newell 
J. B. Witherspoon, R. Z. Querrv, E 
Reid Russell, C. B. Stephenson, "C. M 
Strong, W. M. Strong, W. H. Wakefield 
C. E. Walker, A. M Whisnant, F. M 
Winchester, W. D. Witherbee, H. M. Wil 
der, W. T. Woodlev, 

Huntersville— J. E. S. Davidson, Tlios. M 

JlcCoy, W. W. Cra«-.-n. 
^avidson — Mary L. Martin, Robt. H. Laf 
fertv, H. S. Munroe, J. P. Munroe, W 
>L Stone. 

Matthews — Henry Q. Alexander, Thos. N 
Reid. 

Mint Hill— J. Me. De Armond. 

Croft — S. JI. Henderson. 

Chadwick — Leighton W. Hovis. 

Sardis — Lester W. Hunter. 

[Belmont — N. A. Orr. 

Pineville— W. R. Reid. 



anTCHELL. 



O. G. 



Spruce Pine — Charles Peterson, 

Brvant. 
Plurn Tre^-E. H. Sloop. 
Cranben-y — Charles Buchanan. 
Elk Park— T. J. Profflt, J. R. Sutton, Dr. 

Bingham. 
/Bakersville— M. F. Penland, V. R. Butt, 

F. P. Slagle. 
Relit f — Isaac Bradsbaw. 
Ledger — Miss Holeman. 
Montezuma — Dr. Goss. 
Saginaw — Richard Bingham. 

MONTGOMERY. 

**rroy — M. P. Blair, Chas. Daligny, James 

A. Sisk, A. F. Thompson. 
Biscoe — H. E. Bowman, J. A. Dowd. 
Mount Gilead — Willis D. Gilmer, Wilmer 

L. Grantham, C. B. Ingram 
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MOORE. 

Southern Pines — A. .M. iiiair. K. M. Fergu- 
son, Edwin Gladmon, Alice E. Johnson, 
/ VV. P. Swett. 
^ Jonesboro — H. B. Hoyle, A. J. Monroe, E. 

P. Snipes. 
il'^Sanford— 1. H. Lutterloh, Lynn Mclver, J. 
P. Monroe, W. A. Monroe, J. L. Shep- 
pard. 
Cartilage — Gilbert McLeod, H. M. Mathews, 
H. B. Shields, J. VV. Wilcox, M. E. 
Street. 
High Falls — A. H. Caveness. 
Cameron— Dr. Mathews, W. D. Gilmore. 
Lpckville — P. D. Laster. 
Jackson Springs — A. A. McDonald. 
' '^\berdeen — A. H. McLeod. 
Gulf— R. W. Palmer. 
Broadway — Leon Watsnn. 

NASH. 
' Nashville— Jas. P. Battle, J. T. Strickland, 

H. H. Whittaker. 
Spring Hope — W. H. Edwards, C. N. Brant- 
ley, Hassell Brantley, S. P. Dew, W. P. 
Simpson. 
•f Rocky Mount — L. C. Covington, Robt. B. 
Miller, R. H. Speight, Jr., J. P. White- 
head, W. H. Whitehead. 
Finch— C. H. Brantlev. 
Hattleboro— H. B. Marriott. 
Castalia — T. A. Matthews. 

NEW HANOVER. 
Wilmington — Joseph Akerman, J. H. Al- 
ston, W. K. Anders, Charles D. Bell, 
W. J. H. Bellamv, R. H. Bellamy, C. H. 
Bauseman. D. VV. Bullock, T. S. Bur- 
bank, J B. Cranmer. W. C. Galloway, 
Thos. M. Green, Wright Hall, George 
Honnett, A. H. Harris, Chas. T. Harper, 

D. Koonce, A. D. McDonald, L. H. 
Love, W. D. McMillan, Thos. R. Mask, 

E. J. Nixon, F. H. Russell, Jno. T. 
Schonwald, W. E. Storm, George G. 
Thomas. Pride J. Thomas, Ed. Jenner 
Wood, Jno. C. Wessell. 

NORTHAMPTON. 
Rich Square— Mahlon Bolton, L. S. Webb. 
Margarettsville — N. P. Coppedge, R. H. 

Stancell, Wm. W. Stancell. 
Garysburg — Wm. T. Carstarphen, A. J. 

Ellis, W. A. Robinson, Wm. R. Squire. 
Woodland— J. H. Cook, J. L. Outland, H. 

W. Joyner. 
Severn — T. 0. Joyner. 
Jackson — H. W. Lewis. 
Lasker — R. P. Moorehead. 
Conway— D. H. Reed. 
Seaboard — M. R. Stephenson. 
Valentine — Thos. H. Valentine. 

ONSLOW. 
Swansboro— F. H. Blount, W. J. Montford. 
Jacksonville — E. L. Cox, Cyrus Thompson. 

B. L. Kcllum. 
Richlands— J. L. Nicholson, C. W. Sutton. 
Sneads Ferry — G. J. Dudlev. 
ORANGE. 
Chapel Hill— E. A. Abenethy, I. H. Man- 
ning, C. S. Mangum, Wm. DeB. Mac- 

Nider. 
Hillsboro — C. D. Jones, William Mebane, 

D. C. Parris. 



Cedar Grove — C. M. Hughes, W. E. Murphy. 
Prospect Hill— J. R. Hester. 
PA3ILICO. 

Bayboro — D. A. Dees, C. A. Flowers, Jr., 

H. P. Underbill. 
Stonewall — Geo. S. Attmore. 
Oriental— G. G. Bell, 0. C. Daniels. 
Hobucken— J. T. Clark. 

PASQUOTANK. 
Elizabeth City— li. T. Aydletr, I. Fearing, 
_ Zenas Fearing, Jr., J. B. Griggs, W. \V. 

Griggs, R. B. Lamb, F. W. Lowry, W. 

J. Lumsden, 0. G. B. McMullan, A. L. 

Pendleton, H. D. Walker, Claude B. 

Williams, J. E. Wood, C. W. Sawyer. 
Weeksville — Ivie A. Ward. 

PENDER. 
Burgaw— E. H. Adkins, R. H. Bradford, W. 

H. Crowell, H. B. Thomas. 
Rocky Point — R. J. Williams. 
Currie — Geo F. Lucas. 
Top Sail Sound— L. L. Alexander. 

PERQUIMANS. 
Hertford— T. A. Cox, Tl^os. S. McMullan, 

W. M. Riddick, R. W. Smith, C. C. 

Winslow. 
Woodville— T. M. Riddick. 
Belvidere — Thomas N. White. 

PERSON. 
Roxboro- W. A. Bradsher, W. T. Long, C. 

G. Nichols, O. P. Schaub, R. J. Teague, 

J. A. Wise. 
Gordonton — R. S. Bavnes. 
Mount Tirzah — A. C. Boyles. 
Center Grove — P. G. Piitchett. 
Cunningham — J. F. Swanu. 
Bethel Hill— John Meiiitt. 
Leasburg — Joseph Thompson. 
Hurdle Mills— J. I. Col' man. 

PITT. 
Greenville — W. H. Bagwell, Zero Brown, 

Wm. Fountain, Chas. O'H. Laughing- 
house, E. A. Moye, J. E. Nobles. 
Falkland — Jenness Morrill. 
Bethel— D. J. Bullock, F. C. James, R. J. 

Grimes, G. F. Thigpen. 
Farmville — J. N. Bynum, C. C. Joyner, 

David S. Morrill. 
Ayden — Joseph Dixon, M. T. Frizzell, 

Lewis C. Skinner. 
Grifton— W. W. Dawson, W. C. Whitfield. 
Stokes- T. G. Basnight. 
Orimesland — C M. Jonea. 
Shelmerdinc — L. E. Ricks. 
Fountain — J. N. Moore. 
Winterville- B. T. Cox, J. H. Hudson. 

POLK. 

Tyron— J. C. Kenworthy, E. M. Salley, 
Rov Eagle, Earlv Gradv, H. J. Tarrigues. 

ilill Springs— H. H. Edwards, E. S. Green- 
wood. 

Saluda— E. B. Goelet. 

Fingerville — B. B. Lancaster. 

RANDOLPH. 

Ashboro — L. M. Fox, Samuel A. Henly, J. 

V. Hunter, W. J. Moore. 
Fullers- J. D. Bulla, R. W. Myers, C. H, 

Phillips. 
Seagrove — D. J. Johnson, R. J. Malone. 
Randleman— D. L. Fox, W. I. Sumner, 



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Paul R. McFadyen. 
Ramseur— S. W. Caddell, C. S. Tate. 
Uburty — G. A. Foster, DeLacy Foust. 
Fiankiinsville— Thos. I. Fox. 
Worthvilk— C. C. Hubbard. 
Farmer — C. H. Lewis. 
Cedar Falls— A. H. Redding. 
Coleridge — Dr. Wolborn. 
Carawaj' — A. M. Bulla. 

RICH]VIO]^fD. 
Rockingham — F. .J. Garrett, N. C Hunter, 

J. M. Ledbetter, E. C. McEachern, L. 

D. McPhail, W. H. Steele, U. L. Steele, 

W. P. Webb. 
Raeford— G. W. Brown. 

I'egues — A. C. Everett. J. H. Williamson. 
Ilainlet — J. I. Fowlkes, H. F. Kinsman. 

ROBESON. 
Lumberton — R. B. BecLvvith, John Knox, 

D. C. Mclntyre, J. D. McMillan, W. A. 
McPhail, R. M. Norment, T. A. Nor- 
ment, H. T. Pope, K. G. Rosier, S. B. 
Rosier, N. A. Thompson. 

Ma.xton — J. D. Croom, A. B. Croom, M. 
R. Gibson, L. R. Kirkpatrick, H. W. 
McNatt. 

Rowland— Wm. E. Evans, G. W. Pate, 
Howard Reedy. 

Red Springs — W. H. McKinnon, Ben F. 
McMillan, J. R. McMillan, H. H. Hod- 
gin. 

Fairmont — J. P. Brown, Wm. F. Stephens. 

Lumber Bridge — T. L. Northrup, Thomas 
Stamps. 

Rai ford — A. P. Dickson. 

Kingsdale — W. H. Rowland. 

Parkton — Dan Currie. 

ROCKINGHAM. 

Madison— C. A. Baird, R. C. Matherson, 
Charles* B. McAnallv. 

Reidsville— T. E. Ba'islev, E. H. Brooks, 
S. G. Jut, J. W. McGehee, J. C. Mills, 
L. L. Sapp, J. A. Williams. 

Stoncville — T. A. Boaz, James F. Dicks, J. 
R. Smith. 

Leaksville— A. B. Johns, S. L. Martin, T. 
G. Tavlor, J. B. Ray, John Sweeny. 

Sunimei-fleld, R. F. D.— J. T. Stewart. 

Ruffin— F. P. Tucker, C. R. Wharton. 

Maysdale — Thomas W. Davis. 

Wentworth — Sam Ellington. 

Spray— A. F. Tuttle. 

ROWAN. 

Salisbury — R. V. Brawiey, J. Stevens 
Brown, Julius A. Caldwell, Jeff. B. Coun- 
cil, E. B. Clement, W. L. Crump, E. 
Rose Dorsett, J. M. Flippin, I. Henry 
Foust, H. G. Heilig. W. W. McKenzie, 
0. M. Poole, C. J. Sawver, J. E. Stokes, 
H. T. Trantham, J. W. Tankersley, R. 
M. West, John W. AVhitehead, J. G. 
Brawiey. 

China Grove — G. J. Atkins, Robt. L. 
Cowan, J. B. Gaither, G. A. Ramseur, 

E. M. Summerell. 

Spencer— J. G. Busby, H. L. Monk, M. L. 
Smoot, J. W. Young. 

Woodleaf— A. G. Henderson, J. D. Heath- 
man. 

Mount Ulla — Geo. A. Brown. 

Cleveland— W. F. Chenault. 



Gold Hill— J. F. Fitzgerald. 
Crescent — A. B. Goodman. 
Granite Quarry — J. H. Peeler. 
Craven — G. M. Van Poole. 
Enochsville — Banks Withers. 

RUTHERFORD. 
ClifFside — R. M. Andrews, B. M. Haynes. 
Rutherfordton — U. H. Biggs, E. B. Harris, 

J. W. Harris, Henry Norris, W. A. 

Thompson, T. B. Twitty, J. C. Twitty. 
Forest Citv— W. C. Bostic, Geo. P. Reid, 

G. E. Young, T. C. McBrayer. 
Henrietta — Romeo Hicks, C. B. Wiseman. 

T. B. Lovelace, F. A. Carpenter. 
Caroleen- 0. Hicks, T. G. Hainrick, L. B. 

Harrell. 
Logan's Store — G. M. Chapman. 
Thermal City — J. F. Jonas. 
Kllenboro — J. B. Smart 
C'.iffdale— J. B. Thompson. 

SA3IPSON. 

Clinton— G. M. Cooper, R. H. Holliday, H. 
B. Hiatt, F. H. Holmes, A. M. Lee, 
R. E. Lee, J. 0. Matthews, J. A. Stevens. 

Roseboro — F. J. Cooper, Paul Grumpier. 

Kerr— C. S. Kerr. 

Dunn — R. H. McLean. 

Salemburg— G. B. Sikes. 

Ingold — Henry Sloan. 

Harrell's Store— W. I. Taylor. 

Newton Grove — R. B. Wilson. 

SCOTLAND. 

Laurinburg — K. A. Blue, Geo. D. Ever- 
ington, A. W. Hamer, Peter John, Peter 
McLean, D. M. Prince. 

Gibson — J. S. Gibson, M. R. Gibson, Neil 
M. McLean, W. T. Pate. 

Fontcol— Daniel Shaw, Wm. G. Shaw. 

STANLY. 

Albemarle — J. N. Anderson, J. Clegg Hall, 
W. I. Hill, O. D. King, V. A. Whitley. 

Norwood — T. A. Hathcock, Jr., J. M. 
Lilly. 

New London — Joseph A. Allen. 

Palmersville — B. F. Cox. 

Big Lick— F. E. Hartsell. 

Millingpost— D. P. Whitley. 

Whitney — J. I. Campbell. 

STOICES. 

Germanton- Wade H. Bynum, L. H. Hill. 

Walnut Cove — Elias Fvilp, A. G. Jones, 
W. W. Withers. 

Danbury— W. L. McCanless, W. V. Can- 
less. 

King. R. F. D. No. 1— W. C. Slate, S. F. 
Tillotson. 

Madison — D. C. Dicks. 

Sandy Ridge— J. H. Ellington. 

Brim — J. J. Leake. 

Francisco — S. A.Moir. 

Smith, R. F. D. No. 1— W. B. Moore. 

Vade Mecum — R. H. Morefleld. 

Meadows — J. W. Neal. 

Dalton- M. D. Phillips. 

Pinnacle— J. S. Slate. 

Mizpah— J. W. Slate. 

Westfield— J. T. Smith. 

Advance — J. T. Watkira. 
SURRY. 

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Ed. M. Hollingrsworth, J. M. Hollingrs- 
worth, R. E. Hollini^swortn, J. B. Hol- 
lingsworth, W. C. Mebane, W. S. Tay- 
lor. 

Pilot Mountain— R. E. L. Flippen, J. B. 
Woltz, J. B. Smith. 

Westfield— S. N. Flippen, R. D. Flippen, 
J. T. Smith. 

Dobson— W. M. Stone, John R. Woltz, W. 

C. Folger. 

Elkin— J. W. Rin?, J. M. Reece. 

Siloam— S. T. Flippen. 

Rockford — D. F. Holcomoe. 

Ladonia — K. Thompson. 

Devotion — A. R. Jovee. 

SWAIN. 

Bryson City — A. M. Bennett, Dan R. 
Bryson, Robt. L. Davis. 

Almond — J. A. Cooppr. Jas. DeHart. 

Cherokee— Russell D. Kolt. 

Whittier— .J . H. Teagve. 

TKANSYLVA^^A. 

Brevard — Goode Cheatham, Edwin S. En- 
glish. H. H. Garner, C. W. Hunt, M. 
M. King, W. J. Wallis. 

Penrose — A. E. Lyday, W. M. Lyday. 

Toxaway — Whitfield Brooks. 

Calvert — J. A. Cannon. 

TYRRELIi. 

Columbia — J. L. Sprui'i. 
UNION. 

Monroe — J. E. Ashcraft, J. M. Blair, J. 

B. Eubanks, Geo. B. Nance, Jno. W. 
Neal, S. A. Stevens, H. D. Stewart. 

Marshville— R. Armfield. M. P. Blair, W. 

D. Decs, D. R. Perkins. 

Union ville — Daniel T. Boger, Van McK. 

Long, W. H. Smith. A. D. N. Whitlev. 

Waxhaw— L. E. Guire, J. V. Hunter, H. 

C. Houston, W. R. McCain, R. M. Rob- 
erson. 

Olive Branch — H. Moses Brooks. 

Wingate — J. R. Jerome. 

Matthews— W. H. Priee. 
VANCE. 

Henderson — G. A. Cos^geshall, E. F. Fen- 
ner, R. J. Gill, F. R. Harris, A. S. 
Pendleton, .John H. Tucker, H. H. Bass. 

Kittrell— C. G. Ferebee. 

Middleburg — William McAllister. 

Dabney— C. D. Wyeho. 

Epsom — B. P. Al=ton. 

WAKE. 

Raleigh— C. O. Abernethy, Albert An- 
derson. K. P. Battle. Jr., A. T. Gotten, 

E. Delia Dixon-Carroll, E. B. Ferebee, 
A. W. Goodwin. Catherine P. Hayden, 

F. J. Haywood, Hubert Ha3^vood, P. E. 
Hines, W. C. Horton, C. L. .Jenkins, A. 
O. Jones, T. JI. Jordan, Wm. S. Jor- 
dan, A. W. Knox, R. H. Lewis, R. S. 
McGeachey, J. W. McGee, J. W. McGee, 
Jr., James McKee, Wm. Moncure, Jas. 
R. Roffprs, H. A. Royster. W. I. Roys- 
ter, Ralph S. Stephens, H. McKee Tucker, 
Joel Whitaker. 

Raleigh, R. F. D.— T. L. Banks. 
Raleigh, R. F. D. No. 7— B. D. Mashbum. 
Wake Forest- Fred K. Cook, Lewis M. 

Gaines, H. H. Harris, S. P. Holding, 

J. B. Powers, W. S. Rankin. 



Ape.x— R. W. Johnson, H. G. Utley, Chas. 

B . Wilkerson . 
Wakefield— G. M. Bell, Battle A. Hocutt. 
Gulley's Mill— N. M. Blalock. 
Morrisville— W. H. Boone. 
Garner — J. S. Buffalo. 
Willow Springs — C. F. Dowd. 
Rolesvllle— M. L. Fowler, L. B. Young. 
Cardenas— J. M. Judd, H. H. Utley. 
Neuse, R. F. D. No. 2— H. H. Mashbum. 
McCullers — J. J. L. McOuUers. 
Vanteen — J. A. J. Peimy. 
Bangor — 0. L. Ray. 
Fuquav Springs — J. A. Sextou. 
Flint— L. P. Sorrell. 
Carv — J. M. Templeton. 
Falls— S. W. Thompson. 
Holly Springs— B. S. Utley. 
Enno— B. W. Burt. 
Zebulon — Z. M. Caveness. 

WARREN. 
Littleton — Willis .Vision, Willis Alston, Jr., 

B. Ray Browning, L. J. Picot. 
Warrenton — P. J. Macon, F. S. Packard, 

J. G. King, Chas. H. Peete. 
.Macon — M. P. Perry. 
Wise— T. J. Holt. 
Ridgeway— T. B. Williams. 

WASHINGTON. 
Plvmouth — B. Chears, A. W. Disosway, 

.J. W. Eariy, Stark Hassell, W. H. 

Ward. 
Crcswell— J. L. Hasssll, W. H. Hardison. 
Roper- B. F. Halsey, J. W. Speight. 

WATAUGA. 

Amantha — E. F. Bingham. 
Banner's Elk — James W. Hodges. 
Mabel — Frank Greer. 

Boone — J. Walter Jones, Logan E. Farth- 
ing. 
Happy Valley— McD. Little. 
Valle Crucis — Henry Perry. 
Blowing Rock — C. J. Parlear. 

WAYNE. 

Goldsboro— J. R. Byers, W. H. H. Cobb, 
W. H. Cobb, Jr., W. P. Exum, W. W. 
Faison, Theo. L. Ginn, J. W. Jones, 
J. B. Kennedy, W. K. Lane, R. E. 
Lee, R. B. Miller, J. B. Outlaw, W. 

E. Powell, M. E. Robinscn, R. E. 
Smith, J. D. Spicer, John Spicer, Wil- 
liam Spicer. 

Fremont— L. O. Hayes, G. A. Smith, W. 

F. Turlington. 

Seven Springs — W. J. Jones, N. B. Smith, 
W. G. Sutton. 

Mount Olive — L. W. Korncgay, J. D. Rob- 
erts. W. C. Steele, McI. Tatum. 

Eureka — Geo. R. Benton. 

Walter— W. B. Crawfoid. 

Pikeville— E. C. Person. 

WILKES. 

North Wilkesboro— Arthur E. Billings, R. 
L. Carlton, J. E. Duncan, F. C. Gil- 
reath, W. P. Horton, S. Q. Mvers. 

Wilkesboro— J. M. Turner, J. W. White. 

Spruce Pine — C. G. Bryant. 

Dehart— C. L. Hamby. 

Dellaplane — R. W. S. Pegram. 

Osbornville — L. P. Somei-s. 

Trap Hill— R. L. Thompson. 



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Reedy Branch — A. J. Eller. 
WTIiSON. 

Wilson — Nathan Anderson, W. S. Ander- 
son, W. H. Anderson, H. B. Best, E. 
T. Dickinson, B. S. Herring, C. E. 
Moore, A. F. Williams, B. T. Person, 
N. B. Herring. 

Elm Citv— Dr. Harrison, E. G. Moore, R. 
B. Whitley. 

Black Creek— H. R. Hoover, R. S. Pas- 
chall. 

Saratoga — B. F. Barnes. 

Lucama — Wm. D. Crockc", Isaac W. Lamm. 

Statonsburg — S. H. Crocker. 

Taylors — H. F. Freeman. 

YADKIN. 

Boonville— T. L. Blackwell, E. M. Huteh- 

ins, Thad W. Shore, J. L. Speas. 
Yadkinville— T. R. Harding, M. A. Roy- 



all, S. L. Russell. 
East Bend— W. G. Leak. J. H. Martin, M. 

L. Matthews. 
Huntsville — J. J. Clingman. 
Courtney— B. W. Fassett. 
Chestnut Ridge — C. M. Holeombe. 
Mount Pleasant — J. M. Matthews. 
Jonesville — H. C. Salmons. 

YANCEY. 

Bumgville— W. M. Austin, C. P. Edwards, 
J. B. Gibbs, J. L. Ray, W. B. Robert- 
son. 

Micaville— J. B. Ewing, J. M. Hall. 
Bee Log— W. A. Peek. 
Prices Creek — W. C. Towe. 
Bald Creek— L. Whittington. 

Higgins C. H. Morgan. 

Celo— J. M. Fairchilds. 



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Relig'ous and Church Statistics 

Summary Religious Denominations. 

Denominations. Ministers Churches. Members. 

Advent Christian 18 18 1,720 

Associated Reform — — 

Catholic 31 38 5,104 

Christian 70 105 11,000 

Church of Christ — 4 

Disciples 65 85 17,000 

Dunkards 9 9 510 

Episcopal 128 257 12,954 

Evangelical Lutheran 53 70 10,000 

Friends 65 63 6,608 

Hebrews 7 7 516 

Latter Day Saints . . . ; 7 1 147 

Moravian 1.-. — 3,703 

Old Moravian, Seed 9 9 187 

Presbyterian 187 432 40,542 

Reformed Church 39 41 5,591 

Seventh Day Adventists 5 5 94 

Salvation Army 5 5 430 

Waldenscs 1 1 312 

BAPTISTS— 

Missionary 1,048 1,586 194,250 

Free Will 231 308 21276 

Primitive 160 321 31,300 

METHODIST— 

M. E. Church, South 760 1,460 1.55.410 

Methodist Protestant 60 230 19,8:)9 

M. E. Church, (North) 67 159 9,217 

Methodist, Wesleyans 8 17 197 



YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN 
ASSOCIATION. 

A. G. Brenizcr, Cliairman, Charlotte. 
Geo. Stephens, Treasurer, Charlotte. 

F. D. Lethco, Recording Sec, Charlotte. 

G. C. Huntington, Interstate Secretary. 
Headquarters: 202 South Tryon Street, 

Charlotte. 

CITY ASSOCIATIONS. 

Asheville — Julius C. Martin, President; D. 
B. Marks, General Secretary; E. B. 
Brown, Assistant; C. S. Boyd, Physical 
Director. Occupv own building worth 
$35,000. Membership, .')29. 

Charlotte — Robert Glassfow, Jr., President; 
D. L. Probcrt, General Secretary; E. H. 
Arnold, Assistant; H. J. Knebel, Boys' 
Work Director. Erecting n w building, 
cost $120,000. Membership, 614. 

Durham — E. S. Parrish, Chairman Building 
Committee; J. S. Hunter, General Sec- 
retary. Erecting bui'ding to cost $50,000. 

Elizabeth City— S. L. Sheep, President; F. 
W. Evans, General Secretary. Erecting 
building to cost $30,000. 

Wilmington — .Joseph A'^erman, President; 
Edwin Kettle, Genf-ral S cretary. Oc- 
cupy building worth $60,000. Members, 
508. 

Winston-Salpm— R. C. Norfloet, President; 
P. M. Colbert. Genera' S cretary. Erect- 
ing building to cost $55,000. 

RAILROAD ASSOCIATIONS. 

Spencer — South rn Railway Department, W. 
H. Burton, Chairman; B. L. Stevenson, 
General Secretary; K. R. Hartsfield, As- 



sistant: J. H. Williams, Assistant. Oc- 
cupy own building, value, $30,000. Mem- 
bers, 418. 

COLLEGE ASSCCIATIONS. 

Buie's Creek Acad mv — M. L. Quintz, 
President. . 50 members. 

University of North Cainlina, Chapel Hill — 
J. A. Fore, Prfsident; F. B. Rankin, 
General Secretary. HA members. Oc- 
cupy own building, (ost $13,000. 

Crescent Academy, Cr-sornt— I. H. Phil- 
lips, President. 25 members. 

Davidson College, Davidson — \V. W. Pharr, 
President. 205 members. Occupy own 
building, value $4,000 

Trinity College, Durham — W. V. MacRae, 
President. 98 mcmbeis. 

Elon College, Eton- J. A. Vaughan, Presi- 
dent. 46 members. 

Guilford Coll g=, Guilfcrd College— A. E. 
Lindley, President. 7) members. Occupy 
own building, value $4,000. 

Rhodes Military Institute. Kinston — Bruce 
Carraway, Presid nt. 20 nirmbers. 

Wm. Bingham School M'-bane — A. T. 
Jackson, Pr sident. '-'8 m mbers. 

Catawba Collrge, Newron— O. A. Barrin- 
g T, President. 45 members. 

Oak Ridge Institute, Oak Ridge— John M. 
Reevers, President, ij members. 

Rapford Institute, Rat- f .rd— C. C. Price, 
President. 47 members. 

linthrrford Cnllnn-". Ru-n^rforH College — J. 
F. Moser, President. 31 members. 

Wake Forest Collge, Wake Forest— F. F. 
Brown, President. 210 members. 



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Trinity Park High School, Durham— T. W. 
Lee, President. 55 memoers. 

A. and M. College, Ralrtgh— B. T. Fergu- 
son, President. 183 membera. 

Whitsett Institute, Whifseu— J. Y. Joyner, 
President. 116 members. 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. 

First Church of Christ, Scientist, New- 
Bern— First Reader, Miss E. C. Ferebee; 
Chairman of Board of Director, Miss M. 
H. Harrison; Assistant to Publication 
Committee, Miss Kathryn King. 

First Church of Christ, Scientist, Wilming- 
ton—First Reader, Mrs. Ella Weill; 
Chairman of Board of Trustees, Miss Mary 
Bridgers; Publication Committee. Mrs. 
Hettie E. Fennell. 

First Church of Christ, Scientist, Ashe- 
ville — First Reader, Mrs. Harriet H. 
Smith; Chairman of Board of Trustees, 
George H. Smith; Assistant to Publica- 
tion Committee, Thos. A. Henry. 

First Church of Christ, Scientist, Kinston — 
First Reader, Mrs. M. J. Stanley; Chair- 
man of Board of Trustees, Mrs. Hennie 
Peebles; Assistant to Publication Com- 
ittee, Mrs. Sudie W. Mewburne. 

MORAVIAN CHURCH. 

Number of communijants 3,703 

Number of non-communicants 320 

Number of children 1,819 

Total 5,736 

Provincial Synod meets once in three 
jears. District Conference every year, 
generally in November. The Provincial 
Board consists of Bishop Rondthaler, Rev. 
James E. Hall and I. W. Fries. 
LIST OF MINISTERS. 
Bishop Edward Rondthaler-^Winston-Salem. 
I. H. Clewell— Winston-Salem. 
I. K. Pfohl— Winston-Salem. 
Edward S. Crosland— Winston-Salem. 
Edward G. Stempel— Winston-Salem. 
Leon G. Luckenbach— Winston-Salem. 
W. E. Spaugh— Winston-Salem. 
.James E. Hall — Clemmons. 

E. P. Mendenhall— Clemmons. 
I. F. McCuiston — Friedbery. 
Edgar Holton — Mavodan. 

F. Walter Grabs— Bethania. 

C. H. Wenhold, Jr.— Kernersville. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. 

No. of members, 5,104. 
No. of churches, 36. 
No. of clergy, 31. 

LIST OF THE CLERGY. 
Bishop, Leo. Haid— Belmont. 
Vicar General, Felix Hintemeyer. 
Melchoir Rcinhart — Belmont. 
Willibald Baumgartner- Belmont. 
Ignatius Remke — Belmont. 
Thomas Oestreich — Belmont. 
Eugene Egan — Belmont. 
James Buchholz— Belmont. 
Alphonse Buss— Belmont. 
William Regnat— Belmont. 
Ambrose Gallagher— Belmont. 
Michael Mclnerny — Belmont. 
Cornelius Diet— Belmont. 



C. Dennen — Wilmington. 
W. B. Hannon — Wilmington. 
M. A. Irvrtn — Newton Grove. 
J. A. Kavanagh — Southern Pines. 
T. W. Stapleton— New Bern. 
J. A. Gallagher — New Bern. 
W. T. Whearty— Ooldsboro. 
T. P. Griffin- Raleigh. 
T. F. Price — Nazareth. 
E. A. Rigney — Nazareth. 
P. G. Marion — Asheville. 
P. F. Marion — Asheville. 
W. F. O'Brien— Durham. 
Joseph Mueller— Charlotte. 
Leo. Kunz — Salisbury. 
Gregory Windschiegl — Salisbury. 
Vincent Taylor — Greensboro. 

George L<=ster — Winsto-i. 

REFORMED CHURCH. 
Members, 5,591. 
Sunday-schools, 41. 
Teachers and scholars, 2,309. 
Contributions, $126,555. 
Stated Clerk, Synod of Potoniae, J. 0. 
Leonard. 

MINISTERS. 
John Ingle, Green Park 
Michael L. Hedrick, Lexington. 
Jacob C. Clapp, Newton. 
Peter M. Trexler, Salisbury. 
John A. Foil, Newton. 
Paul Barringer, Mt. Pleasant. 
Joseph L. Murphy, Hickory. 
Jacob C. Leonard, Lexington. 
J. M. Luther Lyerly, Crescent. 
James D. Andrew, bur'ington. 
Julius H. Shuford, Hickory. 
V.'m. H. McNairy, Lenoir. 
Henry E. Sechler, Seabreeze. Fla. 
Joshua L. Bowers, China Grove. 
John H. Keller, Mt. Pleasant. 
Wm. B. Duttcra, SaliSt)ui>. 
, David E. Bowers, High Point. 
I Samuel W. Beck, NevHon. 
Walter W. Rowe, Rockwell. 
CalWn B. Heller, Salisbury. 
Wm. M. Causey, Concord. 
Shuford Peeler, Greensboro. 
Allen R. Holshouser, Rockwell. 
Charles E. Wehler, Nevrton. 
Geo. Albert Snyder, Newton. 
J. Silor Garrison, Newton. 
Milton Whitener, Conover. 
Anthony Shulenberger, China Grove. 
E. Garver Williams, Mt. Pleasant. 
Irwin S. Ditzler, Thomasville. 
J. C. Leonard, supply, Lexington. 
J. L. Murphy, supply. Hickory. 
W. H. McNairy, suppl". Blowing Rock. 
D. E. Bowers, supply, High Point. 

METHODIST PROTESTANT 
CHURCH. 

Number of members, 19,889; ministers, 
60; churches, 230; Sunday schools, 193; 
scholars, 16,510. 

Publishing House at Greensboro. The 
Conference Organ, Our Church Record, 
J. F. McCulloch, Editor, Greensboro. 

President of Conference — W. E. Swain, 
Asheboro. 

Secretary— William Porter, Burlington. 



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Appointments for 1908. 

Alamance Circuit — W. C. Lassiter. 

Albemarle Circuit — Unsupplied. 

Anderson Circuit — C. J. Edwards. 

Asheboro — T. M. Johnson. 

Asheville — J. S. Williams. 

Broad River Circuit— J. E. McSwain. 

Buncombe Circuit — G. h. Curry. 

Burlington — Wm. Porter. 

Caldwell Circuit — Unsupplied. 

Chatham Circuit— W. D. Reed. 

Chesterfield — Unsupplied. 

Cleveland Circuit — H. S. B. Thompson. 

Concord — D. A. Braswell. 

Davidson Circuit — J. H. Hulin, Supply. 

Denton Circuit — G. L. Reynolds. 

Fairfield Circuit— W. T. Totten. 

Fairview Circuit — T. F. Culloch. 

Flat Rock Circuit— A. J. Hunter. 

Forsyth Circuit — E. G. Lowdermilk. 

Gastonia Circuit— T. A. Williams. 

Graham— C. H. Whitaker. 

Granville— G. W. Holmes. 

Greensboro — T. J. Ogbum. 

Greenville — W. D. Fogleman. 

Guilford— D. A. Highiill. 

Halifax— W. L. Harris. 

Henderson — A. G. Dixon. 

High Point— J. D. Williams. 

Ivy — W. A. Lamar. 

La Grange — J. F. Dosiir. 

Lebanon — J. H. Moton. 

Liberty — J. W. Frank. 

Lincoln Circuit — J. A. Burgess. 

Littleton — To be supplied. 

Mebane — R. M. Andrews. 

Mecklenburg Circuit — T. A. Plyler. 

Mocksville Circuit— T. H. Matthews. 

Monroe Circuit — H. D. Garmon. 

Mt. Hermon Circuit— O. P. Routh. 

Oak Ridge— W. R. Lowdermilk. 

Orange Circuit — To be suppUed. 

Pinnacle Circuit — W. F. Kennett. 

Randlenian — J. H. Bowman. 

Randolph Circuit — W. F. Ashbum. 

Richland Circuit — J. H. Stowe. 

Roanoke Circuit— C. L. Whitaker. 

Rockingham Circuit — H. W. Braswell. 

Saxapahaw Circuit — W. M. Pike. 

Stanley Circuit — A. O. Lindlev. 

St. Paul (Greensboro)- C. M". Raper. 

Tabernacle Circuit — H. L. PcweU. 

Uwharrie Circuit — W. J. Hackney. 

Vance Circuit — J. E. Hartsell. 

W. Lexington — Edward Suits. 

Why Not Circuit— J. A. Ledbetter. 

Winston Station — G. F. Millaway. 

Winston Circuit — To be supplied. 

Yarborough — N. G. Bothea. 

CHRISTI AN (T )TSCIPLES ) 
CHURCH. 

A. B. Cunningham, President — Washington. 
George Hackney, Vice-President — Wilson. 
W. G. Walker, Corresponding Secretary — 

Washington. 
L. O. Moseley, Recording Secretary — Kin- 

ston. 
J. S. Basnight, Treasurer — New Bern. 

ADVISORY BOARD. 
J. W. Hines — Rocky Mount. 



J. J. Brinson — Bond's Creek. 

J. F. Latham — Jessama. 

J. C. Cowell— Dunn. 

J. A. Hopkins — Winston-Salem. 

S. B. Taylor— C. Lake. 

D. P. Bradshaw — Wilmington. 

MINISTERS OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

D. W. Arnold — Greenville. 

D. H. Adams — Pungo 

Stanley Ayers — WiUiamston. 

W. B. Brickhouse — Mackey's Ferry. 

J. T. Brown (In School) — Lexington, Ky. 

J. T. Brown — Lexington, Ky. 

Isaiah Carver— Nashville. 

W. H. Cobb— Whitakers. 

A. B. Cunningham — Washington. 

H. S. Davenport — Leechville. 

C. L. Davis — Leechville. 

D. W. Davis — Washington. 
.1. T. Davis— Ayden. 

W. J. Gibble— Bonus. 

Thomas Green — Pantego. 

J. T. Grubbs— Kinston, R. F. D. 

J. J. Harper — Wilson. 

J. S. Henderson — Coinjock. 

A.J. Holton — Olympia. 

I. B. Holton — Reeisboro. 

N. B. Hood— Dunn. 

J. A. Hopkins — Winston. 

C. W. Howaid — Kinston. 

P. B. Hall— Kinston. 

Howell — (In School) — Yale Univer- 

Jackson — Plymouth. 
Lee — Washington. 
Leighton — Macclesfield. 
Massengill — Four Oaks. 
Mizzell — Jamesville. 
Moore — Ayden. 
Moore — Reeisboro. 
T. Moore — Farmville. 
Outlaw — Wilson. 

Petree — La Grange. 
Respass — Pantego. 
Rightsell — LaGrange. 

Rodgers — Columbia. 
Spruill — Plymouth. 
Sumrell — Powell's Point. 

Sumrell — Grifton. 
Swain — Roper. 
Smith — D'ardens. 

Tingle — Plymouth. 
Tvndall— Kinston. 
Tyson — Grantsboro. 

Waters (in school) — Lexington, Ky. 

Whitlev— Bath. 

Winfleld— Bath. 
Jinnette — Beaufort. 

Walker — Washington. 
Dukes — Swan Quarter. 
Caldwell — Wilson. 
Manning — Jamesville. 
Wade — Belhaven. 

Rountree — Kinston. 
Davis — Wilmington. 

King — Wilmington. 
Andrews — Stoncville. 

Helsabeck — Asheville. 
Glenn — Stoneville. 
Wolfe— Rural Hall. 



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SOCIETTY OF FRIENDS. 

Number of congregations, 53; number 
of members, 6,698, a pain of 191 during 
past year. Annual meeting, called North 
Carolina Yearly Mcetine' of Friends, is 
held at Guilford College beginning Wed- 
nesday before the second Monday in Au- 
gust. 

Clerks— L. Lyndon Hobbs, (President of 
Guilford College) and Mary M. Petty. 
Missionary Superintendent— Eli Reece, 

Greensboro. 

Ministers of X. C. Yearly 
Meeting. 

E.\STERN QLAiti'ER. 
Walter White— Winfall. 
Elizabeth E. White — \icanor. 
David Coppock— ]{ich Square. 
NEW GARDEN. 
Thomas Newlin— Guilford College. 
Albert Peele-Guilford College. 
Mary A. Peele— Guilford College. 
Mary C. Woody— Guilford College. 
Raymond Binford— Guilford College. 
Mary E. Cartland — Greensboro. 
l>avis Branon— High Point. 

WESTERN. 
Simeon Barker— Climax. 
W. Alpheus White — G.iilford College. 
Jeremiah S. Cox— Greensboro. 
Arthur E. L. Pain— Jaruco, Cuba. 
Ellen Woody Pain — Jaruco, Cuba. 
Martha Woody— Rio Grande, Porto Rico. 
Alfred Zachary— Snow Camp. 
Thomas F. Andrew— Staley. 
Margaret E. Hackney — Liberty. 

Rufus Pegg — Gibsonville. 
Manlev Hoiladay — Greensboro. 

Rodtma Wright— Snow Camp. 

Eli Craven — Causpv. 

SOUTHERN. 

Sarah E. W. Wmslow— Holly. 

Herbert W. R nnolds— High Falls. 

Elwood Cox— Eu!a. 

John S. Tillman— Asheboro. 

Levi Cox — Ramseur, No. 1. 

David Farrow, Jr.— Randleman, No. 3. 

Michael C. Farlow— Edgar. 

Michael Farlow— Raiiflli man, No. 3. 
CONTENTNEA. 

John S. Moore — Goldsboro. 

Simeon L. Mixon — Wilmington. 

G. Whitford Edgr'rton— Goldbboro. 

Joseph H. Peele — Goldsboro. 

Louisa Bridgers — Warsaw. 

William U. Grantham — Princeton. 

Charles Peterson— Chintilla, Va. 

Micajah T. Cox— Goldsboro. 
DEEP i{IVER. 

Rufus P. Kins— High Point. 

Dougan C. Cox — Arehdalc. 

N"reus M. Barker — Archdale. 

Thomas E. Andrrson — Thomasville, No. 1 

J. Robert Parker- High Point. 

James H. Davis— Marion, S. C. 

Joseph Potts— Hiarh Point, No. 1. 
YADKIN VALLEY. 

Wade H. Adams— Yadkinville, R. F. D. 

Lucy Vestal — Martin. 

Franklin Ward- n— Yadkinville, R. F. D. 

Iven Adams — JIartin 



DaWd E. Sampson — Graham. 
James Ring — East Bend. 
Annie E. Williams — Lewisville. 

SURRY. 
T. Wesley Wooten — Mount Airy. 
Miles Reece — Brim. 
Georgia Reece^Brim. 
Ellen Marshall— White Pains. 
J. C. Holmes— White Plains. 
Samuel Pickett — Mount Airy. 
Lorena Reynolds — Dobson. 

SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN 
CONVENTION. 

The membership of this church in North 
Carolina is about 11,000, with 70 ministers 
and 105 churches. 

EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA CONFER- 
ENCE. 

Rev. J. D. Wicker, President, San- 
ford. 

Rev. W. C. Wicker, Elon College, Sec- 
retary. 

J. C. Ballentine, Varina, Treasurer. 

WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA CONFER- 
ENCE. 

Rev. L. J. Cox, Elon College, President. 

Rev. R. H. Williamson, Seagrove, Sec- 
retary. 

Capt. J. A. Turrentine, Burlington, 
Treasurer. 

NORTH CAROLINA ANTJ VIRGINIA 
CONFERENCE. 

Prof. W. A. Harper, Elon College, Pres- 
ident. 

Rev. J. W. Holt, Burlington. Secretary. 

Rev. T. W. Stroud, Union Ridge, Treas- 
urer. 

SOUTHERN CONVENTION. 

President Southern Christian Convention, 
Rev. W. W. Staley, D. D., Suffolk, Va. 

Prof. P. J. Kernodle, Elon College, Sec- 
retary. 

John A. Mills, Raleigh, Treasurer. 

President Christian \ssociation, Rev. J. 
W. Harrell, Portsmouth. Va. 

Rov. I. W. Johnson, Suffolk, Va., Sec- 
retary. 

B. D. Jones, Holland, Va., Treasurer. 

mNISTERS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA 
AND VIRGINIA CONFERENCE. 

J. O. Atkinson, Elon College. 
T. B. Dawson, Elon College. 
W. H. Ford, Carvsville, Ohio. 
H. C. Fulton, White Roads. 
W. T. Hemdon, E'on College. 
J. W. Holt, Burlington. 
A. F. Is"ly, Shallow Ford. 
P. T. Klapp, E'on College. 
W. S. Long, Elon College. 
J. W. Fatten, News Ferry, Va. 
J. W. Pinnix. KernersviHe. 
T. W. Strowd, Union Ridge. 
J. W. Wellons, Elon College. 
W. L. Wells, Elon College. 
R. P. Crumpler, Elon College. 

WESTERN N. C. CONFERENCE. 
T. E. White, Ponce, Porto Ric-o. 
R. L. Williamson, S'agrove. 
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C. A. Boon, Elon College. 
J. R. Comer, Spencerville. 

P. H. Fleming, Burlington. 
J. W. Hatch, Pittsboro. 

D. A. Long, Graham 
W. W. Lawrence, Erect. 
H. T. Moffitt, Moffits. 

J. U. Newman, Elon College. 
C. C. Peel, Elon College. 
W. H. Roach, High Point. 
S. H. Way, Fork Creek. 
P. T. Way, Unionville. 
J. A. Webster, Franklinsville. 
M. E. Hammer, Tillman. 
L. I. Cox, Elon College. 

EASTERN N. C. CONFERENCE. 
M. W. Butler, Raleigh. 
W. G. Clements, Morrisville. 
J. L. Foster, Elon College. 
W. D. Harward, Morrisville. 
S. B. Klapp, Greensboro. 
G. R. Underwood, Osijood. 
L. W. Mangum, Benson. 
J. D. Wicker, Jonesboro. 
M. L. Winston, Creedmoor. 
W. C. Wicker, Elon College. 
A. P. Barbee, Jonesboro. 
T. A. Pounds, Clayton. 
H. Scholz, Macon. 

A. T. Banks, Elon College. 

EVANGELICAL, LUTHERAN 
CHURCH. 

This Church in North Carolina is or- 
ganized in three Synods — North Carolina, 
Missouri, and Tennessee. Total number of 
Luthrans in North Carolina, 22,104. 

North Carolina Synod. 

Communicants, 10,000; number of churches, 

70. 

OFFICERS OF SYNOD. 
President— Rev. Geo. H. Cox, D. D., 

Granite Quarry. 
Vice-President — Rev. P.. S. Brown, China 

Grove. 
Secretary — Rev. V. Y. Boozer, Concord. 

Treasurer — James D. fleilig, Salisbury. 
LIST OF THE CLERGY. 
G. D. Bernheim, Charlotte. 
G. F. Schaeffer, Spartanburg, S. 0. 
L. A. Bikle, Concord. 
J. A. Fesperman. Salisbury. 
W. R. Ketchie, Mocksville. 
R. L. Brown, Salisbury. 
R. C. Holland, Cha-lotte. 

E. P. Parker, Gibsonville. 
Geo. H. Cox, Granite Quarry. 
H. M. Brown, Eflrd's Mills. 
V. R. Stickley. 

C. Diefendorf, Craven. 
J. A. Linn, Rockwell. 

B. S. Brown, China Grove. 
T. H. Stroheeker, Salem, Va. 
J. H. Wilson. 

J. Q. Wcrtz, China Grove. 
J. W. Strickler, Rural Hall. 
A. G. Voigt, Mt. Pleasant. 

C. L. T. Fisher, Cape Charles, Va. 
H. A. Trexler, Barber. 

C. B. King, Charlotte. 

C. B. Miller, China Grove. 



M. M. Kinard, Salisbury. 

C. A. Brown, Salisbury. 

J. H. C. Fisher, Mt. Pleasant. 

J. E. Shenk, Concord. 

F. M. Harr, Gibsonville. 

C. M. Fox, Hartshorn. 

V. Y. Boozer, Concord. 

N. D. Bodie, Salisbury. 

H. A. McCullough, Albemarle. 

Geo. S. Bearden, Winston. 

W. A. Snyder, Wilmington. 

W. A. Dutton, Richfield. 

C. B. Cox, Burlington. 

T. C. Parker, Mt. Ulla. 

C. W. Kegley, Wilmington. 

R. R. Sowers, Troutman. 

L. P. Boland, Barber. 

Edward Fulen wider, Lexington. 

J. L. Morgan, China Grove. 

C. I. Morgan, Salisbury. 

C. P. Fisher, Salisbury. 

O. H. L. Lingie, Lexington. 

Chas. R. Pless. 

W. C. Schaeffer, Jr., Charlotte. 

K. L. Ritchie, Spencer. 

L. B. Spracher, Salisbury. 

W. B. Aull, China Grove. 

Tennessee Sjtiod, 

Number congregations, 76; number minis- 
ters, 28; number members, 9,754; num- 
ber Sunday schools, o3. 

LIST OF THE CLERGY. 
J. C. Moser, Hickory. 
R. A. Yoder, Lincolnlon. 

D. J. Settlemyre, Liberty. 
R. H. Cline, Monroe, 

J. P. Price, Granite Falls. 

D. I. Offman, China Grove. 
W. A. Deaton, Hickory. 

J. L. Deaton, China Grove. 
Jacob Wike, Edith. 
Prof. R. L. Fritz, Hickory. 
J. L. Cromer, Maiden. 
W. J. Boger, Mt. Holly. 
James F. Deal, Stanley. 
C. K. Lippard, Hickory. 
F. K. Roof, Hickory. 
John Hall. Gastonia. 

E. H. Kohn, Cherrvville. 

C. K. Bell, Einas Mountain. 
J. A. Y''ount, Conover. 
H. A. Kistler, Montz. 
C. L. Miller, Hickory. 
John D. Mauney, Newton. 
J. A. Arndt, Newton. 
P. D. Risinger, Dallas. 
C, J. Sox, Statesville. 
W. A. Lutz, Statesville. 
A. L. Bolick, Lexington. 
H. L. Seagle, Mt. Pleasant. 

Missouri Sjiiod. 

Communicant m nibi r^hip, 2,350; number 
of churches, 2C; Sunday schools, 22; 
ministers. 24; parish school teachers, 5. 
LIST OF THE CLERGY. 

N. J. Bakke — Greensboro. 

Paul Bischoff — Conover. 

R. A. Bischoft' — Conover. 

E. T. Coyner, Asheville. 

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D. A. Goodman — Connelly Springs. 
11. W. Gross — Greensboro. 

Ad. Haentzschel — Conover. 
P. C. Henry — Conover. 
S. S. Keisler — Conover. 
J. S. Koiner — Conover. 
Edw. Kraus — Eagle Springs. 
W. H. Lash— Salisbury. 
C. Lauterbach — Ridgeway. 
M. Lochncr — Greensboro. 
G. E. Long — Newton. 
George Luecke — Conover. 
J. Mc. David — Charlotte. 
G. A. Romoser^Conover. 
J. Ph. Sclimidt — Concord. 
C. O. Smith— Claremont. 
J. M. Smith — Conover. 
Fr. Wahlers — Greensboro. 
C. A. Weiss — Conover. 

FREE AVIIvL BAPTIST 
CHURCH. 

Moderator— Elder P. T. Lucas — Lucama. 
Secretary — Elder E. T. Phillips — Ayden. 
Treasurer — E. E. Dail, Winterville. 

Ministers, 231. 

Churches, 308. 

Members, 21,276. 

Western Conference. 

MINISTERS. 

J. H. Sasser — Kenly. 

L. M. Mitchell— Kenly. 

J. H. Worley — Pine Level. 

G. C. Mills— Apex. 

J. W. Valentine — Stagings. 

T. H. Matthews — Spring Hope. 

P. T. Lucas — Lucama. 

G. W. Davis — Fremont. 

B. H. Boykin— Taylor. 

L. T. Phillips- Selma, R. F. D. 
W. T. Johnson — Goldsboro, No. 5. 

E. T. Phillips— Aden. 
J. W. Cox — Archer. 

B. W. Tippett— Eatmon. 
Sidney Harris — Black Greek. 
J. L. Strickland — Selma. 
.\. R. Flowers — Taylor. 

B. B. Deans, Selma. 

F. M. Hinton — Barnes' Store. 
J. R. Morris, Selma. 

H. H. Gillum— Stallings. 
W. J. Wilkins— Pine Level. 
Curtis Howell — Goldsboro, No. 6. 
W A. Benson — Dudley. 
W. H. Collins— Dickens. 
Henry Rentfrow — Barnes' Store. 

C. E. Orton— Dudley. 

J. K. Ruffin — Spring Hope. 
W. P. Faison- Wendsll. 

A. B. Utley— Apex. 

G. W. Ferrell- Wendell. 
T. J. Eatman — Lamm. 

N. B. Nordan — Goldsboro. 

W. M. Howell— Kenly. 

S. W. Jones — Apex. 

E. A. W. Husketh — Creedmoor. 

W. R. Holder— Durham. 

John Thompson — Nero. 

W. E. Anderson— Wakefield, No. 1. 

B. T. Dixon— Elm City. 
W. B. Everett— Clayton. 



W. M. Bagley — Saratoga. 

S. B. Scaff- Durham. 

R. F. Pittman— Princeton. 

LICENSED PREACHERS. 
W. B. Lenard — Louisburg. 
Thomas Snipes — Goldsboio. 
J. E. Davis — Pikeville. • 

J. H. Whitley— Glover. 
J. W. Wood^Louisburg. 
Hubert Martin — Lillian. 

Cape Fear Conference. 

MINISTERS. 
W. W. Avant — Atkinson. 
M. R. Allen— Four Oaks. 
W. H. Avery— Smithfield. 
J. A. Blalock — Dunn. 
R. W. Bass— Clinton, H. F. D. 3. 
A. J. Bordeaux — Ashton. 
I. W. Bordeau.x — Ilocut. 

C. J. Carr, . 

J. F. Casey— Goldsboro. 

J. S. Ellis— Clayton. 

E. F. Edwards — Lydia. 

C. W. Ezzell— Wallace, R. F. D. No. 2. 

E. C. Futrell, . 

W. L. Godwin — Newton Grove, No. 2. 

W. R. Glover— Duke. 

H. H. Goff— Benson. 

O. B. Garris — South Washington. 

W. B. Hare— Duke. 

J. F. Hill— LaGrange, R. F. D. No. 2. 

W. J. Jernigan — D'unn. 

H. W. Jernigan — Dunn. 

L. E. Johnson — Goldsboro. 

J. Ruffin Johnson — Four Oaks, No. 4. 

R. C. Jackson— Clinton, R. F. D. No. 4. 

C. A. Jackson— Dunn, R. F. D. No. 6. 
I.unda Lee— Dunn, R. F. D. No. 1. 

J. M. Langdon — Wilson's Mills. 

J. W. Lucas — Duke. 

J. W. Moore, . 

G. S. Mobly, . 

J. F. Owens — Dunn. 

A. B. Peavy— Laurel Hill, R. F. D. No. 1. 

G. A. Pope — Dunn. 

H. Pope — Dunn. 

K. Raynor— Hope Mills, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Robert Strickland— Four Oaks, R. F. D. 1. 

W. B. Strickland— Dunn. 

D. R. Stafford— Four Oaks, R. F. D. No. 1. 
H. J. Summerlin — Dunn. 

Joseph Salmon — Fayetteville. 
J. M. Wilson — Keener. 

Central Conference. 



MINISTERS. 



T. N. Manning— Winterville. 
J. M. Barfleld— Ayden. 

F. McLawhorn — Greenville, No. 2. 
J. Rollins — LaGrange. 

A. A. Tyson — Rocky Mount. 

G. S. Johnson — Greenville. 

W. H. Laughinghcuse — Greenville. 

M. W. Ange — Jamesville. 

T. H. Barnhill— Grindool. 

W. O. Vause — Hookerton. 

J. R. McCaskev — Ayden. 

C. L. Little— WintervUIe. 

A. Tyson — Farmville. 

E. D. Hathawav — Conetoe. 

W. T. Pollard— Stokes. 



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T. Butler — Aulander. 
M. Ratcliff— Yeatesville. 

A. Sugg — Snow Hill. 
L. Sowers — Columbia. 

I. Corbitt — Ayden. 

B. Jones— Wiiitorville, N. 3. 

D. Boyd — Pinelown. 
T. Bundy — Fountain. 

A. Woodard — Ayden. 
A. Windham — Saratoga. 

E. Edmondson — Eureka. 

F. Lassiter — Brancliville, Va. 
J. Harris — Greenville, No. 4. 
Tyndall— Snow Hill, No. 4. 
O. Armstrong — Ayden. 
R. Ricks — Branchville, Va. 

Eastern Conference. 

MINISTERS. 



J. B. Russell— Beaufort. 

I. H. Pipkin— Core Point. 

G. W. Harrison — Trenton. 

W. W. Denny— Pink Hill. 

T. F. Wallace— Branch's Store. 

H. Cunningham — Deep Run. 

C. Miller— Baird's Creek. 

R. W. Merritt — Wilmington. 

W. G. Jones — Sarecta. 

J. Gasking — Wit. 

W. Lupton — Columbia. 

W. W. Lewis — Beaufort. 

A. E. Rouse — Seven Springs. 
J. Jones — Sarecta. 

S. S. Kirk— South Creek. 

C. Heath— Bonus. 

R. F. Daugherty — Cove. 
J. E. Howard — Richlands. 
J. W. Sowell— Beaufort. 
I. W. Russell— Beaufo-.t. 
E. L. Swain — Newport. 
L. N. Downs — Chocowinity. 
E. B. Coston — Richlands. 
L. C. Garner — Newport. 

D. B. Garner — Newport. 
T. D. Noe— Beaufort. 
W. J. Moore — Kinston. 

C. L. Merrill — Morehead City. 

J. E. Lupton — Jerry. 

J. J. Boyd— Cove. 

G. W. Kenncdv— Cabin. 

J. W. Salter— Stacy. 

J. A. Ringgold — Tuscarora. 

R. C. Kennedy — Cabin. 

L. W. Witherington — Ayden. 

C. J. Voliva — WinsteaJ\ilIe. 

B. W. Wells— Bettie. 
Theodore Yarboro — Flox. 
T. C. Foster— Richlands. 
H. J. Whaley— Cabin. 

K. F. Springle — Cedar Point. 
G. C. Vause — Aurora. 
J. G. Howard — Richlands. 
J. W. Alford — New Bern. 
Solomon Duff — Beaulahville. 
J. A. Morris — Arapahoe. 

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH. 

Diocese of North Carolina. 

The counties of Northampton, Halifax, 
Edgecombe, Wilson, Johnston, Harnett, 



Moore, Richmond and Scotland, on the 
east, with Surry, Yadkin, Iredell and 
Mecklenburg on the west, and all inter- 
vening territory. 

Bishop — Joseph B. Cheshire, Raleigh. 

Archdeacon of Charlotte — Edwin A. Os- 
borne, Ciiarlotte. 

Archdeacon of Colored Work — John H. M. 
Pollard, Littleton. 

President of the Standing Committee — I. 
McK. Pittenger, Raleigh. 

Secretary and Registrar — Julian E. Ingle, 
Henderson. 

Treasurer — Chas. E. Johnson, Raleigh. 

Histonographer— John L. Henderson, Salis- 
bury. 

Number of parishes and missions, 100. 

Communicants, 5,056. 

Baptized persons, 10,392. 

Contributions. 1907, '^72,948.27. 

LIST OF THE CLERGY. 

Joseph B. Cheshire, Bishop — Raleigh. 

Primus P. Alston (colored) — Charlotte. 

Francis W. R. .Arthurs — Sewanee, Tenn. 

James B. Avirett — Buena Vista, Va. 

Thomas B. Bailey (colored)— Statesville. 

Richard L. Bame- — Moorcsville. 

Milton A. Barber — Raleigh. 

Alfred R. Berkeley — Mayodan. 

Locke W. Blackvvelder — ^Salisbury. 

Sidney S. Bost — Durham. 

Reni. S. Bronson — M.icon. 

Simeon J. M. Brown — Cooleemee. 

Thaddeus A. Cheatham — Wilson. 

Henry Teller Cocke — Winston. 

John H. Crosby — Charlotte. 

John C. Davis — Concord. 

Henry B. Delany (colored) — Raleigh. 

'J'homas G. Faulkner — Greensboro. 

Cliarles Fetter — Laurinburg. 

Akxander Gait — High Point. 

Henry T. Gregory — Southern Pines. 

Sanders R. Guignard — Greensboro. 

Samuel M. HanlT— Duke. 

Frederick Herriman Harding — Tarboro. 

Francis W. Hilliard— Oxford. 

Horner Leach Hoover — Leaksville. 

Frederick H. T. Horsflcld— O.xford. 

A. B. Hunter— Raleigh. 

Julian E. Ingle — Henderson. 

francis .loyner — Littleton. 

James E. King (colored) — Raleigh. 

John London — Louisburg. 

Charles H. Male (colored) — Oxford. 

Harris Mallinckrodt — Charlotte. 

Matthias M. Marshall — Raleigh. 

William H. Mf^ade— Chapel Hill. 

\V. L. Mellichampe — High Point. 

Francis .J. Murdock — Salisbury. 

Edward L. Ogilby — Burlington. 

Edwin A. Osborne — Charlotte. 

Francis M. Osborne — fHiarlotte. 

Kobt. Bruce Owens — Rocky Mount. 

John W. Perry (colored) — Tarboro. 

Robert N. Perry (colored) — Wilson. 

Girard W. Phelps — Scotland Neck. 

Richard Roscoe Phelps — Ansonville. 

William T. Picard — Jackson. 

I. McK. Pittenger — Raleigh. 

John H. M. Pollard (colored) — Littleton. 

Aldred A. Prud-n— Chaplain U. S. A. 

John L. Saunders. 



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Louis H. Schubert — Glenham, N. Y. 

Walter J. Smith— Charlotte. 

George M. Tolson — Weldon. 

Thomas L. Trott— West Durham. 

William Walker— Ronda. 

S. Paxson Walters — Hillsboro. 

James H. Williams — Charlottesville, Va. 

Diocese of East Carolina. 

So much of the State oi Noi.ii Caiouiia as 
lies east of the "Diocese of North Caro- 
lina." 

Bishop — Robert Strange, Wilmington. 

Archdeacon of Colored Work — Wm. G. 
Avant, New Bern. 

President of the Standing Committee — 
Nathaniel Harding, Washington. 

Secretary and R gistrar — Frederick N. 
Skinner, Fayetteville. 

Treasurer — Thomas D. Meares, Wilmington. 

Chancellor — George Rountree, Wilmington. 

No. of Parishes and Missions, 76. 

Communicants, 4,460.. 

Contributions, $46,587.06. 

LIST OF THE CLERGY. 

Robert Strange, Bishop — W^ilmington. 

Wm. G. Avant — New Bern. 

Samuel S. Barber — Swan Quarter. 

Benjamin M. Bradin — Macon, Ga. 

Edmund R. Bi-nnrtt (colored) — Wilmington. 

Jamrs Carmicha"! — Wilmington. 

William E. Cox — Wilmington. 

Robert B. Drane — Edonton. 

Luther Eborn — Creswell. 

John B. Gibbk — Windsor. 

John H. Griflfiith, Jr. — Kinston. 

William J. Gordon — iWil'iamston. 

Nathaniel Harding — Washington. 

Richard W. Hosru: — Wilmington. 

Isaac W. Hughes — Fayottnille. 

N. Colin Hughes — Chocowinity. 

James H. King (colored) — Edv?nton. 

^enj. S. Lassiter — H^rtfora. 

C. D. Malone — Washington. 

Wm. Matthias— Mt. Hol'y, N. J. 

Alexander C. D. Noe — B^lhaven. 

Thomas P. Noe — Wilmington. 

Charles B. Pritchell (co orvd)— Albany, Ga. 

A. W. S-abreas" — Wilniinarton. 

Frederick N. Skinner — Fayette\'illp. 

Claudius F. Smith— Elizabeth City. 

William B. Suthern, Jr. (colored)Fayette- 
ville. 

Tunius L. Taylor (colored) — New Bern. 

F. B. Ticknor — Aurora. 

Luther G. H. Williams, New Brm. 

William T. Wood (colored) — Washington. 

Edward Wootten — W'ilmington. 

Missionary District of Asheville. 

So much of the S*^ate of North Carolina as 
lies west of the "Diocese of North Caro- 
lina." 

Bishop — Junius M. Horn'^r, Asheville. 

Gen ral ^lissionary — E. N. JoxTi^r, Tryon. 

Secretarv and Treasurer — Alfred H. Stubbs, 
Asheville. 

Registrar — John A. Deal, Franklin. 

Chancellor — Theo. F. Davidson, Asheville. 

Number of Pari=h-^s and Missions, 81. 

Communicants, 2.529. 

Baptiz'd persons. 5.176. 

Contributions, $30,073.72. 



LIST OF THE CLERGY. 
Junius M. Homer, Bishop — Asheville. 
John N. Atkins — Blowing Rock. 
Richard W. Barber — Wilkcsboro. 
Charles D. Chapman — Brevard. 
John A. Deal — Franklin. 
Hugh A. Dobbin — Vallecrucis. 
McNeely DuBose — Morganton. 
Charles Ferris — White Plains, N. T. 
George A. Griffiths — Morganton. 
A\illiam H. Hardin — Gastonia. 
Eugene DoF. Heald, Jr. — Wilkesboro. 
William J Hcrritage (colored) — Asheville. 
Walter Hughson — Wayesville. 
D. T. Johnson — Lincolnton. 
Milnor Jones — Tacoma, Wash. 
Edmund N. Joyner — Trj'on. 
.lames Joyner — Saluda. 
James T. Kennedy (colored) — Franklin. 
Alfred S. Lawrence — Highlands. 
Marshall G. Ledford— Elf. 
Arthur B. Livermore — Fletcher. 
William G. McCr^'ady — .\3he\nlle. 
Armand DeR. Mfar°s — Biltmore. 
John S. Moody — Hickory. 
Robert J. Morgan (colored) — Philadelphia, 

Pennsylvania. 
Thomas A. Morris— Skyland. 
Hervey C. Parke — WajTiesville. 
William F. Rice — Asheville. 
William R. Savage — Blowing Rock. 
John C. Seasrle — Rutherfordton. 
Alfred H. Stubbs— Asheville. 
Rodnev R. Swope — Biltmore. 
J. M." White— Murphy. 
Reginald N. Wilkox — Hendersonville. 
Francis Willis — Owrnbv. 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

Moderator of Synod — C. M. Richards, States- 
ville. 

Stated Clerk and Treasurer — D. I. Craig, 
Reidsville. 

Superintendent of Home Missions — R. P. 
Smith, Asheville. 

General Evangelist — William Black, David- 
son. 

Number of ministers, 187; churches, 432; 
communicants, 40,542; total amount con- 
tribuat-^d for all causes during past 
ecclesiastical year, $368,570, of which 
sum $69,706 was rai-;ed for Home and 
Foreign Missions, and about $140,000 for 
the Synod Orphans' Home. 

iHNlSTERS. 

Orange Presbytery. 

D. I. Craig — Reidsville. 

R. W. Culb°rtson— Jfebane. 

C. W. Robinson — Ashoboro. 

R. W. George — Francisco. 

E. C. Murraj' — Graham. 

B. B. Palmar (colored)— Milton. 
R. L. Wharton— Cuba. 

J. W.. Goodman — Greensboro. 

C. E. Hodffin — Greensboro. 
B. W. Mebane— Mt. Airy. 
E. R. Leyburn — Durham. 

?.L C. Arrov/ood — Caldwell Institute. 

S. M. Rankin — Greensboro. 

E. L. Siler— High Point. 

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D. Clay Lilly — Winston. 
W. M. Sikes — Madison. 
G. L. Leyburn — Lexington. 
H. S. Bradshaw — Hillsboro. 

F. .H. Harding — Milton. 
T. F. Haney — Durham. 

S. G. Walker (colored) — Burling^ton. 

D. Mclver — Burlington 

R. M. Williams — Grefnsboro. 
Leroy Gresham — Chapel Hill. 
P. H. Gywnn — Spray. 
Milton Clark — Greensboro. 
R. T. Liston — Mebane. 

Concord Presbytery. 

W. W. Pharr — Mooresville. 

John W. Davis — Soochow, China. 

J. M. Wharey — Mooresville. 

B. L. Beall — Greensboro. 

C. A. Munroe — Lenoir. 
L. McKinnon — Clinton. 
J. B. Shearer — Davidson. 

E. E. Pressley— Statesville. 
R. W. Boyd — Barium Springs 
J. C Kennedy — Mt. Mourne. 
J. A. Harris — Micaville. 

W. J. Tidball— Taylorsville. 

J. M. Greenlee — Marion. 

J. A. Gilmer — Newton. 

J. A. Scott — Statesville. 

W. S. Wilson — Marion. 

C. M. Ricliards— Statesville. 

R. J. Hunter — Concord. 

J. P. Hall— Plum Tree. 

L. M. Kerschner — Spencer. 

Edgar Tufts— Banner Elk. 

A. S. Caldwell — Barium Springs 

C. W. Trawick — Hickory. 

D. P. McGeachy — Lenoir. 
T. H. Spence — Cleveland. 

W. F. Hollingsworth — Morgantoa. 
O. B. Currie — Spencer. 
J. M. Gibbs— Statesville. 
W. S. Wilhelm— StatesviUe. 
W. M. Walsh— China Gi ove. 

E. A. Sample— Old Fort. 
O. H. Matthews— Glass. 
H. F. Bcaty— Plum Tree. 
A. N. Perryman — Marion. 
.1. W. Lafferty — Concord. 
R. K. Moseley— Concord. 
D. Munroe. 

Byron Clark — Salisbury. 

Fayetteville Presbytery. 

H. G. Hill— Maxton. 
David Fairley — Manchister. 
K. M. Mclntyre — CarL 

P. R. Law Charlotte. 

K. A. McLeod — Jonesboro. 

W. F. Thom— Gulf. 

M. D. McNeill— Sanford. 

L. L. Littlt^China. 

W. R. Coppedge — Rockingham. 

W. C. Buchanan — Japan. 

C. G. Vardell— Red Springs 

J. M. Rose — Laurinburg. 

G. T. Pace — Red Springs. 
W. T. Walker— Rowland. 
L. A. McLaurin — Raeford. 
J. K. Roberts — Carthage. 
J. A. Caligan — Antioch. 

L. Smith — Dunn. 



E. W. Souders — Fayetteville. 

Joseph Evans — St. Paul's. 

K. S. Arrowood — Elize. 

J. D. A. Brown — Aberdeen. 

W. M. Fairley— Fayetteville. 

A. E. Baker — Lumberton. 

R. W. Joping— Red Springs 

L. W. Curtis— Hamlet. 

A. W. Crawford. 

J. H. Dixon. 

S. H. Williamson. 

J. M. McLain. 

A. R. McQueen. 

Wilmington Presbytery. 

A. McFayden — Clarkton. 

Peter Mclntyre — Faison. 

A. D. McClure — Wilmington. 

S. H. Isler — Goldsboro. 

J. E. L. Winecotf— Whiteville. 

Wm. M. Shaw — Kenansville. 

J. M. Wells — Wilmington. 

L. E. Wells— Teacheys. 

J. S. Crowley — Wilmington. 

W. P. M. Currie — Wallace 

Kenneth McCaskill — Ivanhoe. 

E. B. Carr. 

P. L. Clark. 

Mecklenburg Presbytery. 

S. C. Boyce — Monroe 

J. W. Moore — Susaki, Japan. 

William Black — Davidson. 

T. J. Allison— Charlotte. 

J. R. Bridges — Charlotte. 

W. O. Sample— CharloMt, R. F. D. 

G. C. Huntington — Charlotte. 

G. W. Belk— Albemarle. 

G. L. Cook— Chorlotte, R. F. D. 

A. J. McKelway — Charlotte. 

George H. Atkinson — Monroe. 

J. E. Summers — DeriVa. 

M. D. Hardin— Charlotte. 

H. M. Pressley — Charlotte. 

T. R. DeVane— Morven. 

E. D. Brown — Huntersville. 

W. T. Waller— CrarlottCi R. F. D. 

A. J. Crane — Newclls. 

A. Martin — Charlotte. 

M. E. Sentelle — Davidson. 

A. R. Shaw— Charlotte. 

H. M. Parker — Matthews. 

K. R. Borthwick — Pineville. 

G. P. Stevens — Marshville. 

Charles E. Raynall — Charlotte. 

J. L. McKinstry — Waxhaw. 

John AVakefield — Matthews. 

W. E. West— Huntersville. 

R. T. Coit— Charlotte. 

R. M. Mann — Wadesboro. 

J. E. Berryhill — Sandifer. 

G. F. Robertson— Charlotte. 

W. M. Kincaid — Charlotte. 

J. M. Harris — Matthews. 

Albemarle Presbytery. 

F. W. Farrits — Goldsboio. 

L. C. Vass — Leopoldville, Africa. 
W. D. Morton — Rocky Mount. 
E. P. Bradley — Williamsboro. 
John E. Wool— Wilson. 
J. H. Jarvis — Swan Quarter. 
R. W. Alexanler — Taiboro. 
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F. D. Viche — Greenville. 
J. G. Garth— New Bern. 
J. M. Grier — Washington. 
C. G. Christian. 

Asheville Presbytery. 

R. F. Campbell— Asheville. 

R. P. Smith— Asheville. 

R. S. Eskridge — Swannanoa. 

R. B. Grinnan — Hendersonvillc. 

J. C. Hardin — Canton. 

C. A. Campbell — Waynesville. 

J. C. Brown — Bernardsville. 

0. C. Brown — Horseshoe. 
W. P. Chedester — Brevard. 
W. H. Davis — Brevard. 

F. M. Eversole — Robbinsville. 
J. R. Howerton — Lexington, Va. 

1. J. Heizer — Montreat. 
A. H. Temple. 

Kings Mountain Presbytery. 

R. Z. Johnson— Lincolnton. 
J. J. Kenned}' — Gastonia. 
R. A. Miller— Lowell. 

G. A. Sparrow— Lowell. R. F. D. 
R. C. Morrison — Wildemere. 
T. F. Boozer— Gaffnej', S. C. 
M. A. Henderson — Rutherfordton. 
A^'. R. Minter — Wildemere. 
T. C. Croker— Forest City. 
S. L. Cathey— Rutherfordton. 
J. M. Forbis — King's Mountain. 
J. B. Cochran— Lowell, R. F. D. 
Cornelius Miller — Dallas. 
R. C. Anderson — Gastonia. 
James Thomas — Slielbv. 
C. H. Little— Charlotte. 
A. S. Anderson — Gastonia. 

»IETHODIST EPISCOPAL. 
CHURCH, SOUTH. 

Number church members, 155,410. 

Number traveling preachers not includ- 
ing supplies, 428. 

Local preachere. inclading supplies 332. 

Houses of worship 1,460. 

Pastoral charges 351 

Number of societies 1,558. 

Parsonages: circuit and station, 323. 

Parsonages: district, 17. 

Orphanages, 1. 

Number of Sunday-schools, 1,405. 

Number of scholars, 111,059. 

Epworth Leagues, 155. 

League members, 5,435. 

Paid for missions, 1907, $103,675. 

Paid for ministerial support, 1907: $312,- 
823. 
North Carolina Conference — Bishop 0. 

B. Galloway, Jackson, Miss. 
Secretary N. C. Conference, Rev. W. L. 

Cunninggim, Wilmington. 
Western North Carolina Conference — Bishop 

H. C. Morrison, Lo'iisville, Ky. 
Secretary Western N. C. Conference, 

Rev. W. L. Sherrill, Greensboro. 

Conference Appointments. 

RALEIGH DISTRICT. 
Presiding Elder — R. B. John. 
Raleigh— Edenton Street, F. M. Sham- 



burger. Superanumerary, J. 0. Guthrie. 

Central — L. B. Jones. 

Jenkins Memorial and Apex — G. W. Btar- 
ling. 

Epworth— P. D. Woodall. 

Gary — J. D. Pegram. 

Clavton— G. B. Starling. 

Smithfleld— J. H. Shore. 

Selma— W. H. Puckett. 

Kenly — A. L. Ormond. 

Zebulon— A. D. Wilcox. 

Millbrook — G. T. Simmons. 

Youngsville — D. B. Baker. 

Franklinton — N. E. Coltraine. 

Louisburg — F. A. Bishop. 

Tar River— H. G. Stamey. 

Granville — C. W. Robinson. 

Oxford — L. S. Massey. 

Oxford Ct.— A. S. Barnes. 

Director Correspondence Schflols — J. L. 
Cunninggim. 

Raleigh Christian Advocate— T. N. Ivey, 
Editor. 

Superintendent Methodist Orphanage — 
J. N. Cole. 

DURHAM DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — J. B. Huney. 

Durham— Trinity, G. T. Adams; Main 
Street, M. Bradshaw; Carr Church, J. A. 
Daily; Branson, C. R. Kanipe; Mangum 
Street, H. E. Speneo; West Durham, J. 
H. McCracken. 

Durham Ct.— G. W. Fisher. 

Chapel Hill— W. R. Royall. 

Hillsboro — M. M. McFarland. 

Mt. Tirzah— J. B. Thompson. 

Leasburg — N. T. Yearby. 

Roxboro — J. A. Homaday. 

Milton— M. D. Giles. 

Yanceyville — G. R. Rood. 

Pelham and Shady Grove— S. F. Nicks. 

Burlington — E. M. Snipes. 

Burlington Ct.— C. O. DuDurant. 

East Burlington, Graham and Haw 
River— W. F. Sandford. 

Alamance — C. M. Lance. 

Trinity College— J. C. Kilgo, Preeident; 
E. A. Yates, lecturer. 

Trinity Park School— H. M. North, 
headmaster. 

Student in Trinitv College— F. .S. Love. 
FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder— J. T. Gibbs. 

Fayetteville— Hay Street, G. P. Smith. 

Fayetteville Ct.— V. A. Royall. 

Hope Mills— T. H. Sutton. 

Ookesbury — N. M. McDonald. 

Sampson Ct.— Supplied by L. B. Pattis- 
hall. 

Bladen— E. B. Craven. 

Buckhom-^. H. Buffalo. 

Dunn — A. J. Parker. 

Duke — J. M. Daniel. 

Newton Grove — N. fl. Gujrton. 

Pittsboro— C. P. Jerome. 

Haw River— N. M. Watson. 

Goldston— J. W. Hoyle. 

Carthage — H. M. Eure. 

Elise — E. N. Harrison. 

Sanford— R. W. Bail»v. 

Jonesboro — L. H. Jovner. 

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Siler City— E. R. Welch. 

ROCKINGHAM DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — W. H. Moore. 

Rockingham — J. E. Underwood. 

Roberdel — A. J. Groves. 

Richmond — N. L. Seabolt. 

Mount Gilead — J. A. Lee. 

Pekin — W. A. Jenkins. 

Troy— J. W. Bradley. 

Montgomery^Supplied by Geo. H. 
Bigrgs. 

Aberdeen — D. N. Caviness. 

Hamlet— T. A. Sikes. 

Laurel Hill— F. B. Noblitt. 

St. John and Gibson — L. L. Nash. 

Laurinburg — N. H. D. Wilson. 

Maxton and Caledonia — E. H. McWhorter. 

Red Springs — R. H. Broom. 

Rowland — J. M. Ashby. 

Lumberton — E. M. Hovle. 

Elizabeth— D. A. Watkins. 

Robeson— T. J. Daily. R. W. Townsend 
and W. H. Townsend, Supernumeraries. 

WILMINGTON DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder— W. L. Cuninggim. 

Wilmington— Grace, T. A. Smoot; Fifth 
Street, K. D. Holmes; Bladen Street, W. 
E. Hocutt; Trinity, W. L. Rexford. 

Scott's Hill— J. T. Stanford. 

New River — Supplied by I. A. White. 

Onslow— D. C. Geddle. 

Jacksonville and Richlands — J. C. Whed- 
bee. 

Kenansville — F. E. Dixon. 

Burgaw — J. J. Barker. 

Magnolia — W. E. Brown. 

Clinton — S. E. Mercer. 

Whiteville and Vineland— Y. E. Wright. 

Chadboum and Bolton — Chas. E. Vale. 

Columbus— C. W. Sn.ith. 

Carver's Creek— Supplied by J. M. Mar- 
lowe. 

Waccamaw — L. E. Sawyer. 
Shallotte— A. D. Betls. 

Town Creek— C. T. Rogers. 

Southport- G. D. Langston. 

Student Vanderbilt University — J. M. 
Culbreth. 

NEW BERN DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder— R. F. Bunjpas. 

New Bern — Centenai-y, R. C. Beaman. 

Goldsboro— St. Paul, E. H. Davis, St. 
John, W. B. Constable. 

Goldsboro Circuit — Supplied by J. M. 
Carraway. 

Mt. Olive and Faison — E. E. Rose. 

Mt. Olive Circuit — P. Greening. 

LaGrange — W. 0. Davis. 

Hookerton- R. F. Taylor. 

Snow Hill— J. M. Benson. 

Kinston — J. D. BunJy. 

Dover — W. F. Gallowav. 

Grifton— W. H. L. McLaurin. 

Craven — Supplied by W. B. Hunble. 

Jones — .J. M. Wright. 

Pamlico— J. H. M. Giles. 

Oriental— W. T. Usry. 

Carteret— D. A. Futrell. 

Morehead City — L. P. Howard. 

Beaufort— J. "H. Frizzlle. 

Atlantic — Supplied by F. S. Becton. 

Straits — M. W. Dargan. 



Ocracoke and Portsmouth — J. J. Boone. 
WASHINGTON DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — A. McCullen. 

Washington — A. P. Tytr. 

Bath — J. M. Lowder. 

Aurora — W. A. Piland. 

Swan Quarter— E. C. Sell. 

Mattamuskcet — R. R. Grant. 

Fairfield — J. L. Rumley. 

Greenville— M. T. Plyler. 

Vanceboro — Supplied by T. B. Bain. 

Ayden— H. E. Tripp. 

Farmville— W. A. Forbes. 

Robersonville — H. P. Read. 

Bethel— J. W. Martin. 

Tarboro— P. H. Willis. 

Rocky Mount— D. H. Tuttle. 

South Rocky Mount and Marvin — B. H. 
Black. 

Nashville— W. H. Kirton. 

Spring Hope and Mt. Pleasant — B. E. 
Stanfield. 

Stanhope — H. E. Lance. 

Elm City — J. A. Shai'pe. 

Wilson— F. D. Swindell. 

Stantonsburg — R. E. Hunt. 

Fremont- C. R. Taylor. 

Missionary Secretary — R. H. Willis. 

State Organizer Anti-Saloon League — R. 
L. Davis. 

WARRENTON DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — W. S. Rone. 

Warrenton — W. W. Rose. 

Warren— S. T. Moyle. 

Ridgeway— B. C. Allred. 

Henderson — First Chur- h, R. C. Craven. 

North and South Henderson — J. J. Porter. 

Littleton — J. G. Johnson. 

Weldon— H. A. Humble. 

Roanoke— G. B. Petty. 

Roanoke Rapids and Rosemary — J. T. 
Draper. 

Enfield and Halifax— J. E. Holder. 

Battleboro and Whitakers— W. Y. Ever- 
ton. 

Scotland Neck — C. A. Jones. 

Hobgood — R. D. Daniel. 

Williamston and Hamilton — 
Read. 

Garj'sburg — D. L. Earnhardt. 

Northampton — J. C. Humble. 

Rich Square — B. C. Thompson. 

Conway — W. F. Craven. 

Murfreesboro and Win ton — J. W. Autry, 

Harrellsville— J. P. Pate. 

Bertie— W. C. Merritt. 

Littleton Female College — J. 

Rhodes, president. 

ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder— J. H. Hall. 

Elizabeth City— First Church, L, 
Thompson ; Citv Road, S. A. Gotten. 

Pasquotank— J. Y. Old. 

Camden— L. M. Chaffin. 

Moyock — W. E. Trotman. 

Currituck — H. M. Jackson. 

North Gates — B. P. Robinson. 

Gates — Rufus Bradle> 

Perquimans — G. B. Webster. 

Hertford— R. A. Willis. 

Edenton— J. W. Potter. 

Chowan — William Towe. 



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Plymouth— L. T. SinRleton. 

Roper— F. B. McCall 

Pantcgo and Belhaven — W. F. Jones. 

Columbia — A. W. Price. 

Dare — R. A. Bruton. 
Roanoke Island — W. H. Brown. 

Kitty Hawk — Supplied by Edward John- 
Eon. 

Kennekeet — Supplied by E. W. Reed. 

WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA 
CONFERENCE. 

Conference Appointments. 

ASHEVILLE DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — L. W. Crawford. 

Asheville— Central Church, G. T. Rowe; 
Haywood Street, J. P. Rodgers; North 
Asheville, G. E. Eaves; Bethel, J. D. 
Arnold. 

Biltmore and Beaverdam — G. H. Christen- 
bery. 

Swannanoa — A. E. Harrison. 

Weaverville Station— G. W. Crutchfleld. 

Weaverville Ct.— D. R. Proffitt. 

Marshall — R. J. Parker. 

Hot Springs — To be supplied. 

Hendersonville Station — J. W. Moore. 

Hendersonville Ct. — J. B. Hyder. 

Bald Creek— L. H. Griffith. 

Bums\-ille— D. C. Ballard. 

Cane Creek— E. G. Pusey. 

Supernumerary — J. J. Brooks. 

Riverside — J. I. Hickman. 

Ivy — \V. L. Edwards, supply. 

Tryon anl Saluda — W. A. Newell. 

Weavrrville College — L .Berge Abemethy, 
president. 

Student in Vanderbilt University — J. B. 
Craven. 

CHARLOTTE DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — Frank Siler. 

Charlotte— Tryon Street, H. K. Boyer; 
W. W. Bays, supernumerary; Brevard, H. 
Turner; Calvary, J. F. Totten; North 
Charlotte and Epworth, A. R. Surratt; 
Dilworth and Big Spring, A. L. Coburn, 
supply; Belmont Pr.rk, VV. S. Hales; Chad- 
wick and Seversville, W. O. Rudisill; 
Trinity, E. L. Bain 

Ansonville — M. T. Steele. 

Derita— .J. H. Bradley. 

Litesville— E. J. Pope. 

Matthews — O. I. Hinsm. 

Monroe Station — H. F. Chreitzberg. 

North Monroe and Icemorlee — A. W. 
Roten, supply. 

Mount Zion — D. Atkins. 

Unionville — A. J. Burrus. 

Prospect — J. P. Hipps. 

Morven — W. P. McGhee. 

Pineville— J. H. Bennett. 

Po'kton— L. T. CordclL 

Wadesboro— J. H. West. 

Waxhaw — C. M. Pickens. 

Weddington — W. E. Abemethy. 

Missionary to Japan — S. A. Stewart. 

Prin. Piedmont Industrial School — J. A. 
Baldwin. 

N. S. Ogburn. 

FRANKLIN DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder— R. M. Taylor. 



Franklin Station — F. L. Townsend. 

Franklin Ct. — W. I. Hughes, supply. 

Bryson Citv — J. J. Eads. 

Dillsboro and Sylva— C. H. Neal. 

Glenville — A. N. Lewis. 

Hayesville — A. G. Loftin. 

Hiawassee — R. L. Doggett. 

Macon — R. E. Atkinson. 

Murphv Station — G. G. Harley. 

Murphy Ct.— J. A. Fry. 

Robbinsville — J. H. Hopkins, supply. 

Webster— C. H. Clyde, supply. 

W'hittier — To be supplied. 

Andrews — C. S. Kirkpatrick. 

GREENSBORO DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — S. B. Turrentine. 

Greensboro — West Market Street, G. H. 
Detwiler; Centenary, A. T. Bell; Spring 
Garden, N. R. Richardson; Walnut Street, 
L A. Falls; Carraway Memorial, P. C. 
Battle. 

East Greensboro — A. S. Raper. 

West Greensboro — J. A. Bowles. 

Reidsville — L. T. Mann. 

Wentworth— S. Taylor. 

Ruffin— B. F. Fincher. 

Pleasant Garden — E. G. Kilgore. supply. 

Liberty and Bethanv — W. L. Grissom. 

Coleridge — V. E. Edwards. 

Ramseur and Ftanklinville — J. E. Woos- 
ley. 

Asheboro Station — C. A. Wood. 

Asheboro Ct. — R. L. Melton. 

Uwharrie Ct. — J. W Ingle. 

Randleman and Naomi — C. M. Camp- 
bell. 

Randolph — R. L. Ownbey. 

High Point — Washington Street, J. E. 
Thompson, G. H. Crowell; South Main 
Street, 0. P. Ader. 

Editor N. C. Christian Advocate— H. M. 
B'air; Assistant Editor, W. L. Sherrill, 
Greensboro. 

Sec.-Treas. Greensboro Female College — 
W. M. Curtis. 

Professor in Trinity College — J. C. 
Wooten. 

Missionary to Corea — J. R. Moose. 
MORGANTON DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — C. F. Sherrill. 

Morganton Station — W. F. Womble. 

Morganton Ct.— P. L. Terrell. 

Connelly Springs — Joscphus Sherrill, sup- 
ply. 

Rutherford College Station— W. W. 
Peele; R. S. Abern°thv, supernumerary. 

Marion — H. H. Jordan. 

Table Rock— W. F. ElMcrtt. 

Ruthcrfordton — T. J. Rogers. 

Henrietta and Caroleon — L. P. Bogle. 

Forest City— J. C. Mock. 

Broad River— W. S. Cherry. 

Green River — J. D. Gibson. 

Thermal City — V. L. Aiarsh. 

Bakersville — J. F. Shelton, supply. 

Spruce Pine — D. S. Richardson. 

Elk Park — J. H. Ronertson. 

McDowell— A. P. Foster. 

North Catawba— R. L. Fruit. 

Cliffside— S. E. Richardson. 

Old Fort— W. G. Mallonee. 

Chaplain U. S. Navy — W. K. Edmondson. 



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President of Rutherford College— W. W. 
Peele. 

Professors in Rutherford College — W. E. 
Poovey, O. J. Jones. 

Student in Vanderbilt University — W. O. 
Goode. 

MOUNT AIRY DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder— W. M. Bagby. 

Mount Airy Station— D. V. Price. 

Mount Airy Ct.— Z. E. Earnhardt. 

Rockford— T. J. HoucK. 

East Bend— P. D. Bridges. 

Yadkinville— W. T. Albright. 

Elkin— D. M. Litaker. 

Jonesville— T. H. Stimpson, supply. 

Wilkesboro Station— B. F. Hargett. 

North Wilkesboro Station— Z. Paris. 

Pilot Mountain— J. W. Strider. 

Boone — J. H. BrenJall. 

Creston- Rufus Graybeal, supply. 

Helton— J. A. Houck, supply. 

Jefferson— W. T. Carver, supply. 

Laurel Springs— J. W. Cordeil, supply. 

Sparta— S. W. Brown, supply; J. B. 
Doughton, supply. 

Watauga — A. Weaver, supply. 

Rural Hall — To be supplied. 

Danbury — D. A. Binkley, sijpply. 

Wilkes Ct— W. L. Dawson. 

SALISBURY DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder— A. W. Plyler. 

Salisbury— First Church, E. K. McLarty; 
South Main Street, J. A. J. Farrington; 
A. H. Whisner, supernumerary; Holmes 
Memorial, C. M. Short. 

Spencer— R. D. Sherrill. 

East Spencer and North Main — J. P. 
Lanning. 

Lexington Station — A. L. Stanford. 

West Lexington and Denton— T. J. Fol- 
ger, supply. 

Linwood— J. W. Clegg. 

Salisbury Ct.— P. W. Tucker. 

Woodlcaf— C. E. Hypes. 

Gold Hill— James "Willson. 

Jackson Hill — G. A. Stamper. 

New London — A. L. Aycock. 

Albemarle Station — H. C. Sprinkle. 

West Albemarle — J. P. Davis. 

Albemarle Ct.— J. T. Stover; O. M. 
Gentry, supernumerary. 

Norwood — R. M. Courtney. 

Salem — J. A. Peeler. 

Cottonvillc— T. T. Salver. 

Big Lick— E. M. Avett. 

Mt. Plrasant— M. D. Hix. 

Concord — Central Church, J. C. Rowe; 
Forest Hill, M. M. Long; Epworth, J. W. 
Long; West Concord, W. C. Jones. 

Concord Ct.— B. A. York. 

Bpthel— S. S. Higgins. 

China Grovp — W. L. Nicholson. 

Kanapolis — W. L. Hutchins. 

Principal New London High School — J. 
D. Rankin. 

Student at Vanderbilt University — R. A. 
Taylor. 

SHELBY DISTRICT. 

Preeidinpr Elder — R. M. Hoyle. 

Shelby Station— G. D. Herman; A. G. 
Gantt, stipernumerary. 

Shelby Ct.— B. Wilson. 



El Bethel— T. S. Ellington. 

King's Mountain — G. F. Kirby. 

Gastonia— Main Street, W. R. Ware; West 
End, J. C. Harmon; Ozark, to be supplied. 

Bessemer City — J. F. Armstrong. 

Lowell— W. V. Honeyeutt. 

McAdenville — C. H. Caviness. 

Stanlv Creek— D. F. Carver. 

Mt. Holly— J. B. Tabor. 

Lowcsville — D. P. Waters. 

Lincolnton Station — J. E. Gay. 

Lincoln Ct.— C. R. Ross. 

Crouse Circuit — M. B. Clegg. 

Cherryville — A. C. Swafford. 

South Fork— E. N. Crowder. 

Belwood — L. E. Stacv. 

Polkville— W. M. Boring. 

STATESVILLE DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — J. N. Huggins. 

Statesville — Broad Street, J. R. Scroggs; 
Race Street, H. H. Robbins. 

Statesville Circuit— T. E. Wagg. 

Alexander Circuit — E. Myers. 

Catawba — J. M. Price. 

Caldwell- A. E. Wiley. 

Clarksbury- J. H. Brantley, supply. 

Granite Falls— T. R. Wolfe. 

Hickory Station — J. H. Weaver. 

Hickory Circuit — J. J. Edwards. 

Iredell — J. C. Keever. 

Lenoir Station — Ira Erwin. 

South Lenoir — J. M. D'ownum. 

Lenoir Circuit— M. H. Tuttle. 

Maiden— T. S. Coble. 

Mooresville Station — S. T. Barber. 

Mooresville Circuit — .T. W. Jones. 

Davidson Station — R S. Howie. 

Newton— E. W. Fox. 

Troutman — T. B. Johnson. 

Stony Point— T. E. Weaver. 

Rock Springs — N. M. Modlin. 

President Davenport College — O. C. 
Weaver. 

Missionary Evangelist — D. H. Coraann. 

WAYNESVILLE DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder— W. H. Willis. 

Wavnesville Station — M. A. Smith. 

Brevard Station— R. G. Tuttle. 

Brevard Circuit — J. F. Starnea. 

B' thel — To be supplied. 

Canton— D. P. Tate. 

Clyde— J. H. Green. 

Haywood — J. W. Kennedy. 

North Haywood — J B. Parham, supply. 

Jonathan — C. E. Steadman. 

Loicest-"r — J. W. Campbell. 

Mills River — J. W. Williams. 

Spring Creek — J. L. McNeer, supply. 

Sulphur Springs — C. H. Curtis. 

West Asheville Station — M. F. Moores. 

Missionary to Cor'^a — M. B Stokes. 
mNSTON DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder— T. F. Marr. 

Winston — Centenary, J. E. Abemethy; 
Rurkhrad. E. E. Williamson; Grace and 
Sal<^m, W. M. Robbins. 

Kernersville and South Side — W. M. Biles. 

Forsyth— J. S. Hiatt. 

Lewisville — .J. T. Ratledpe. 

Farmington — J. G. W. Holloway. 

Davie^C. P. Goode 

Cooloeme — H. C. Bvnum. 



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Mocksvillt^-J. F. Kirk. 
Advance — W. Y. Scales. 
Davidson — M. H. Vestal. 
Thoniasville — Parker Holmes. 
North Thoniasville — L. L. Smith. 
Summerfield — T. C. Jordan. 
Leaksville — J. H. Earnhardt. 
Spray and Draper — A. Sherrill. 
Stoneville and Mayodan — A. W. Jacobs. 
Madison — B. Margeson. 
Walnut Cove and Stokcsdale — A. R. Bell. 
Walkertown — \V. A. Lambeth. 
Principal Arcadia High School — P. E. 
Parker. 

BAPTIST CHURCH. 

Ordained ministers, 1,048. 
Church Membership, 194,250. 
Sunday Schools, 1,472. 
Sunday School scholars, 104,141. 
Churches, 1,529. 

Value of Church property, $1,693,452. 
Contributions State Missions, $27,500.06. 
Contributions Home Missions, $16,923.03 
Contributions Foreign Missions, $30,210.60. 
Contributions Education, $8,459.46. 
Total reported contributions, all pur- 
poses, $456,261.61. 

OflScers Baptist State Convention. 

President — J. B. Carlyle, Wake Forest. 

Vice-Presidents — A. D. Ward, New Bern; 
Rev. L. R. Pruett, Charlotte; Rev. 0. 
A. Jenkins, Statesville. 

Recording Secretaries — N. B. Broughton, 
Raleigh; Rev. Hight C. Moore, Raleigh. 

Treasurer — Walters Durham, Raleigh. 

Auditor — F. H. Briggs, Raleigh. 

Corresponding Secretary — Rev. Livlng:ston 
Johnson, Raleigh. 

Tiustees— Rev. W. C. Tyree, Raleigh; G. 
0. Briggs, Waynesville; N. Biggs, Scot- 
land Neck; C. B. Aycock, Goldsboro; D. 
L. Gore, Wilmington. 

Pastors. 

Adams, G. W. — Fair Plains. 
Adams, J. Q. — Charlotte, 
.^dams, M. A. — Ahoski'>. 
Adams, J. J. — Whiteville. 
Alderman, J. 0. — Mege. 
Alderman, J. M. — Delway. 
Allen, N. J. — Belcross. 
Allison, E. — Brevard. 
Amnions, J. A.— Needmore. 
Ammons, John — Mars Ilill. 
Annas, J. R. — Saw Mills. 
Arnette, J. M. — Durham. 
Arrington, T. F. — Wavnesville. 
Arrington, C. C. — Mt. Airy. 
Ayscue, J. E. — Greenville. 
Atkinson, J. W. — Neuse. 
Austin, D. M. — Charlotte. 
Avers, W. A. — New Bern. 
Bailey, L. J.— Walnut Run. 
Baker, T. J.— Parkton. 
Baker, A. 0. — Monroe. 
Ballard, W. S.— Clarkton. 
Ballard, J. M. — Machpelah. 
Bangle, P. W. — Lincolnton. 
Barker, J. M. — Loma-^c. 
Barnes, S. B. — Branning. 
Barnes, K. — Orrum. 
Barrett, W. C— Durham. 



Barrett, W. A.— Star. 

Barrett, J. L. — Pinnacle. 

Bans, W. L.— Old Fort. 

Battle, H. W.— Kinston. 

Baucom, H. W. — Wake Forest. 

Beach, J. J. — Kings Mountain. 

Beach, W. R.— Raleigh. 

Beam, J. A. — Leaksville. 

Beamer, W. H. — Mt. Airy. 

Beaver, C. E. — Abemethy. 

Beck, A. L. — Oconaulfty. 

Beck, A. W. — Penrose. 

Beeker, S. J. — Spray. 

Benfield, J. G. — Dogwood. 

Bennett, S. W. — Lincolnton. 

Bennett, S. C. — Bridgewater. 

Bennett, J. L. — Wingate. 

Bennett, J. M. — Burgaw. 

Eetts, A. L. — Winston-Salem. 

Bilbro, W. L.— Pollocksville. 

Bmkley, J. N. — Harmony. 

Bivens, J. A. — Monroe. 

Black, C. J. — Big Lick. 

Blalock, J. C. — Ledger. 

Blalock, T. L.— Ching Kiang, Chin*. 

Blalock, J. G.— Oxford. 

Blanchard, C. W.— Raleigh. 

Blankenship, J. A. — Indian Creek. 

Blanton, J. C. — Kings Mountain, 

Blevins, C. — New Life. 

Blevins, J. C.^ — Grassy Creek. 

Rlevins, W. J. A. — New Life. 

Blevins, N. M. — Green Cove, Va. 

Bomar, E. E.— Charlotte. 

Bonier, S. J. — Cowpens, S. O. 

Boone, J. B. — Hendtrsonville. 

Booth, J. H.— New Hill. 

Bostick, W. M.— Onvil. 

Bowen, J. D. — Apex. 

Powers, J. P. — Littleton. 

Bradley, J. A. — Beach. 

Bradlev, W. T.— Morgan Hill. 

Bradley, W. L.— Etna. 

Bradshaw, W. R. — Hickory. 

Brickhouse, L. C. — Maple. 

Bridgers, Joseph — Lattimore. 

Bridges, S. A. — Rutherfordton. 

Bridges, B. M. — Mooresboro. 

Bridges, D. P.— Smithfield. 

Bright, A. J. — Leaksville. 

Brinkley, J. N.— Net. 

Brisson, W. L. — Guy ton. 

Bristow, S. F.— Elizabeth City. 

Britt, D. C— Rutherfordton. 

Britt, W. L.— Davis. 

Britt, P. T.— Lumberton. 

Brooks, E. M. — Albemarle. 

Brookshire, J. L. — Flat Rock. 

Brown, Asa — Riverside. 

Brown, T. L. — Canton. 

Brown, T. K. — Black Mountain. 

Brown, J. W.— Trap Hill. 

Brown, L. A. — Funston. 

BrowTi, H. A. — Winston-Salem. 

Brown, W. V.— Cycle. 

Bryan, J. W. — Charity. 

Buchanan, E. — Garden City. 

Buchanan, C. S. — Dillsboro. 

Bullock, C. P.— Clarendon. 

Bumgardner, A. P. — Caesar. 

Bumgamer, W. J. — Taylorsville. 

Bumgarner, G. Z.— Taylorsville. 



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Burns, A. F. — Wahoo. 
Burcham, G. M.— Elkin. 
Purchett, J. W.— Knottsville. 
Burger, G. F.— Suit. 
Burleson, A. M. — Sylva 
Byrd, R. L.— Tolarsville. 
Gaines, S. J.— Daisy, S. 0. 
Gaines, W. R. — Chadl)oum. 
Caldwell, C. A.— Maiden. 
Caldwell, M. R. N.— Canton. 
Gale, D . — Potecasi . 
Cae, J. F.— Rich Square. 
Calhoun, T. J.— Medlin. 
Campbell, J. A. — Buie's Creek. 
Campbell, Neal — Thaxton. 
Campbell, W. P. — Seven Springs. 
Carroll, R. D.— Newton. 
Carrick, Thomas — High Point. 
Carlton, W. F.— Wilbar 
Carson, J. T.— Willetta. 
Carter, A. D. — Garland. 
Cashwell, C. S.— MocksvUle. 
Cashwell, R. N.— Parkton. 
Cassiday, W. A. — Hayosville. 
Caudle, A. B. — Wadesbor*. 
Caudle, T. A.— Courtney. 
Caudill, R. E.— Dockrry. 
Chafin, A. F. — Seven Springs. 
Chambliss, T. W.— Wadesboro. 
Champion, R. C. — Landrum. 
Cheek, F. B.— Whitehead. 
Church, 6. H. — Durham. 
Church, W. N.— Summit. 
Clarke, F. N.— Mars Hill, 
aubb, C. C— Alexander. 
Cobb, J. W.— Lumber Bridge. 
Colly, J. D.— Glencoe. 
Comer, W. T.— Windy Gap. 
Conrad, S. F.— Charlotte. 
Cook, R. L.— Addie. 
Cook, W. N. — Lenoir. 
Cook, W. F.— Rich Mountain. 
Cole, C. D.— Grantville. 
Coppedge, G. W. — Henderson. 
Coram, R. P. — Boonville. 
Cordell, J. C— Beech. 
Ccthren, Grant— Trap Hill. 
Craig, B. — Rockj' Mount. 
Crater, A. A. — Wake Forest. 
Cree, A. — Embro. 
Creech, Worley — Kenly. 
Crews, R. W. — Germanton. 
Crisp, John — Norris. 
Crisp, S. M. — Japan. 
Crisp, E. D. — Lenoir. 
Crisp, T. J. — Conetoe. 
Croom, H. M.— Old Fort. 
Cross, R. D. — Morehead City. 
Crudup, Josiah — Rockiiijrham. 
Crutchfield, T. S.— Thomas ville. 
Cullom, W. R.— Wake Forest. 
Currant, J. M.— Buck Shoal. 
Curtis, L. M. — Ahoskie. 
Davenport, J. E. M. — Troy. 
Davis, M. P. — Coleraine. 
Davis, W. H.— Winton. 
Davis, A. C. — Olive Branch. 
Davis, A. W.— Webster. 
Davis, J. F. — Blowinsj Rock. 
Davis, P. S. C— Belhaven. 
Davis, R. Lee — Hiddenite. 
Davis, W. R.— Salisbury, 



Devenny, J. V.— Shelby. 3. 
Deweese, E. A. — Alurphy. 
Dietz, T. F.— Bryson City. 
Dills, M. S., Young Harris, Ga. 
Dixon, L. R. Goldston. 
Dixon, T.— Fallston. 
Doan, J. R. — Henderson. 
D'obson, J. H. — Atkinson. 
Dowell, G. J.— Williamston. 
Dowell, C. L. — Carthage. 
Downey, J. W. — East Durham. 
Duke, G. M. — Mapleville. 
Duncan, G. C. — LeakvilJe. 
Dunaway, A. B. — Oxford. 
Dunaway, J. M.^^pencer. 
Dunnigan, W. E. — Durham. 
DMrham, C. H. — Lumberton. 
Early, B. G.— Chalybeate Springs. 
Edmundson, John T. — Raleigh. 
Edwards, D. D. — Carv. 
Edwards, O. E. — Winnsor. 
Edwards, W. H.— Wake Forest. 
EUer, J. F. — Sweetwa-cr. 
Eller, A. J.— Wilbar. 
EUer, W. H. — Greensboro. 
Elliott, Josiah— Hertford. 
Elsom, P. G.— Raleigh. ■ 
Erwin, C. M. — Hicki.ry, 
Estridge, W.' F.— Waxhaw. 
Eudy, G. L.— Effird's Mills. 
Eubanks, J. F.— Bethel. 
Farthing, C. S. — Sweetwater. 
Farthing, .1. H. — Sweetwater 
Farthing, R. M.— Hattie 
Ferrebee, J. B.— Rlizaleth City. 
Fiddler, F. L. — Greensboro. 
Fields, C. F.— Elkin. 
Fleetwood, J. C. — Margarettsville. 
Fleming, J. M. — Lumherton. 
Fletcher, J. F.— Whitehead. 
Fontaine, P. H. — Woodsdale, 2. 
Fox, E. L.— Clinton. 
Franklin, James — Houck. 
Freeman, A. J. — Bladenboro. 
Freeman, H. R.— Gerton. 
Freeman, T. N.— Swa^n. 
Fulbright, J. O. — Southport. 
Gav, R. L. — Windsor. 
Gibbs, N. H.— Benson. 
Gilbert, R. M.— Edneyville. 
Gillespie, J. C— Charlotte. 
Glenn, W. H.— Grlgsby. 
Glidewell, C. W.— Mayodan. 
Goforth, M. A.— Little Pine Cr. 
Goode, J. M. — Mooresboro. 
Gooden, A. H. — McCurdy. 
Gower, C. E.— Raleigh. 
Gragg, E. M.— Grandfather. 
Gray, J. J.— Etowah. 
Green, David — Whaley. 
Green, B. P. — Mooresboro. 
Green, J. R.— Clyde. 
Greene, Edmund — Sands. 
Greene, L. H. — Rakersville. 
Greene, S. M. — Clarissa. 
Griggs, W. L.— Franklin. 
Grindstaff, I.— Bakers ville. 
Gull edge, J. G. — Monroe, 1. 
Gwaltney, J. P.— Mt. i-isgah. 
Gwaltney, J. S. — Nealsville. 
Gwaltney, L. P.— Vashti. 
GwjTi, E. N. — Gwyn. 



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Hackney, J. A.— Kimosville. 


Horrell, R. W.— Selma. 


Hagaman, J. P.— Blowing Rock. 


Hough, W. A.— Cornelius. 


Hagwood, J. S.— Raleigh. 


Howell, A. T.— Murfreesboro. 


Haire, P. H. — Fleetwood. 


Hoyle, J. A.— Gastonia. 


Hale, Fred D.— Wilmington. 


Hudgins, Richard— Bat Cave. 


hall, 0. L.— Carmel. 


Hudson, L. L.— Wake Forest. 


Hall, J. J.— Fayette^^lle. 


Hudson, T. J.— Gatesville. 


Hall, L. P.— Canton. 


Hughes, S. A.— Valley. 


Hall, W. G.— Robersonville. 


Hull, W. F.— Camp Creek. 


Hall, S. W.— Pinnacle. 


Hulten, H. H.— Charlotte. 


Ham, J. W.— New Bern. 


Hunt, A. — Gamble's Store. 


Hamby, A. C. — GreensDoro. 


Hunter, A. D.— Cary. 


Hampton, N. S. — Bamboo. 


Hurst, W. T.— Mt. V^emon Springi. 


Hamrick, B. M.— Rutherfordton. 


Hutchinson, J. H.— Raleigh. 


Hamrick, W. C— Almond. 


Hyde, H. H.— Bryson City. 


hamrick, J. M.— Henrietta. 


Ingram, H. M.— Star. 


Handy, E— Dehart. 


Irby, T. C— Waxhaw. 


Harmon, G. W.— Ore Hill. 


Irvin, A. C— Shelby, 5. 


Harrell, E. J.— Lumbei Bridge. 


Ives, S. Albert— Pine Bluff. 


Harrelson, J.— Clarendon. 


.Tackson, B. P.— Bright. 


Harrill, Z. D.— Ellenboro. 


Jackson, Elbert— Bright. 


Harrill, J. D.— Shelby, 4. 


Jackson, J. D.— Fairmont. 


Harrill, H. D.— Forest City. 


James, R. H.— Olive Branch. 


Harrill, G. P.— Tarboro. 


Jarvis, N. T. — Jarvis. 


Harris, B. B. — Dysartsville. 


Jenkins, J. T.— Wilson. 


Harris, L. S.— Big Lick. 


Jenkens, 0. A. — StatesviUe. 


Harris, T. C— Forest City. 


Jervis, C. E. — Democrat. 


Harris, L. W.— Eldorado. 


Johnson, D. L. — D'owningsville. 


Harris, J. M.— Dogwood. 


Johnson, L. — Raleigh. 


Hart, A. J.— Green Cove, Va. 


Johnson, Wm. R.— Cedar Creek. 


Hart, T. W.— Virgilina, Va. 


Johnson, J. B. — Walnut Cove. 


Hawkins, R. N.— Shelby, 3. 


Jolly, J. R.— Elkin. 


Haymore, R. D.— Mt. Airy. 


Jones, F. H. — Reidsville. 


Haymorc, C. C— Mt Airy. 


Jones, Troy — Montezuma. 


Haymore, J. M.— Sandford. 


Jones, J. W.— Wake Forest. 


Haynes, J. M.— Clyde. 


Jordan, F. M.— Calvert. 


Haynes, W. L.— Manito. 


Jordan, J. R. — Star. 


Hfdgepeth, I. P. — Oi-^um. 


Jordan, S. — Robbinsville. 


Hedgepeth, R. A. — Barnesville. 


Jordan, W. P.— Colerain. 


Hedley, Wm. — Reidsville. 


Joyce, J. A. — Sandy Ridge. 


Heilig, J. A.— Tarboro. 


Joyner, A. V.— Wake Forest. 


Henderson, G. J.— Sussex. 


Justice, T. B.— Franklinton. 


Henderson, J. K.— Roanoke Rapids. 


Justice, A. L. — Fairview. 


Henderson, G. J.— Blaine. 


Justice, C. B.— Rutherfordton. 


Henley, J. M.— Sanford, 3. 


Keller, 0. A.— Yanceyville. 


Herring, R. H.— Siler City. 


Kennedy, D. S. — Warsaw. 


Hester, R. C— Dublin. 


Key, W. H.— Gray. 


Hewitt, D. L.— Shallotte. 


King, J. D. — Wampler. 


Hilburn, D. H.— Bladenboro. 


King, L. C— Hartland. 


Hiiburn, Rufus M.— Bladenboro. 


King, T. C— Mars Hill. 


Hilliard, J. M.— Raleigh. 


King, T. H.— LaGrange. 


Hipps, R. H.— Spring Creek. 


King, W. G. — LaGrange. 


Hobbs, L. M.— Apex. 


King, S. W.— Balm. 


Hocutt, J. C— Chapel Hill. 


Kinsland, J. L. — Franklin. 


Hocutt, J. D.— Ashton. 


Kirk, J. E.— Mars Hill. 


Hocutt, J. E.— Nashville. 


Kuykendall, W. L.— Saluda. 


Hogan, N. R.— Murphy. 


Landrum, M. M. — Rutherfordton, 


Hogue, H. J. — Hewites. 


Lanning, Jeff — Denton. 


Hogsed, W. D.— Murphy. 


Larkins, J. D. — Morganton. 


Holleman, J. M. — Apex. 


Lassiter, E. M.— Apex. 


Holloman, W. A. — Jonesville. 


Lawhon, W. H. H.— Carthage. 


Holloway, L. M.— Milton. 


Lawson, M. L.— Henderson ville. 


Homes, G. W. — Henderson, 1. 


Leach, M. J. Lassiter. 


Holsclaw, T. C— Clotho. 


Ledford, B. M.— Ranger. 


Holt, E.— Bluff. 


Lee, W. M.— Summit. 


Honeycutt, G. A. — Albemarle. 


Leggett, B. — Windsor. 


Honeycutt, R. — Clinton. 


Lewis, John^Southern Pines. 


Hood, T. J.— Goldsboro. 4. 


Lewis, L. G.— Thomasville. 


Hooker, W. H. — Alexander. 


Lewis, Joseph — Big Laurel. 


Hooper, L. W. — Tuckasiegee. 


Lineberry, R. B.— Manndale. 


Hord, A. T.— Cleveland. 


Little, J. W.— Jonesboro. 


Homer, K. C— Wilkesboro. 


Little, Wm.— Lane's Creek. 



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Little, T. P.— Marshville. 


Myers, W. A.— New Castle. 




Loftin, I. N.— Elizabeth City. 


Neighbor, R. E. ^Salisbury. 




Logan, J. H. — Excelsior. 


Nelson, J. H. — Patterson. 




Love, M. A. — Franklin. 


Newton, J. B. — Fort Barnwell. 




Lowe, A. E. — Brj'son City. 


Newton, J. D. — Thomasville. 




Lowe, C. G.— Enfield. 


Nichols, J. T.— Purlear. 




Lumpkin, G. T.— Scotland Neck. 


Nobles, J. W.— Kenly. 




Lunsford, Wm. — Ashoville. 


Norris, C. R. — Sands. 




Lyda, L. M. — Montvale. 


Norton, J. E. — Murphy. 




Lynch, J. W.— Wake Forest. 


Nowell, W. C— Nashville. 




Maddry, Charles E. — Greensboro. 


Oldham, S. W.— Graham. 




Mangum, 0. R. — Selma. 


Olive, J. B.— Mavsville. 




Marion, T. G.— Qutchfield. 


Olive, W. S.— Apex. 




Marr, W. W.— Mars Hill. 


Oliver, P.— King. 




Marsh, A.— Marshville. 


O'Neill, G. G.— Shelby. 




Marsh, R. H.— Oxford. 


Orr, P. P.— Clotho. 




Marshall, 0. N.— Henderson. 


Osburne, A. W. — Roark. 




Martin, C. H.— Polkton. 


Owen, C. L.— Columbia. 




Martin, C. F.— Murphy. 


Owen, S. C— Candler. 




Martin, J. L.— Raleigh. 


Owen, J. E. East Durham. 




Martin, W. N.— Asheville, R. F. I>. 


Owen, J. H.— Fidelity. 




Martin, 0. .J.— Shoal. 


Owen, J. L. Glenville. 




Martin, G. A. — Wilmington. 


Owen, J. R. — Lake Toxaway. 




Mashburn, H. H.— Edenton. 


Pace, J. R.— Oxford. 




Massee, J. C. — Raleigh 


Page, J. M.— Clinton. 




Matthews, N. J. — Piiot Mountain. 


Page, Wiley M.— Dunn, No. 4. 




May, G. W.— Rocky Mount. 


Pardue, A. T. Adley. 




May, S. S.— Yadkinville. 


Pan-ish, M. E.— Shelby. 




McCann, Levi — Trap Hill. 


Patton, R. L.— Morganton. 




McCarson, J. L.— Hendcrsonville. 


Paul, E. A.— Orrum. 




McCurry, J. H.— Asheville. 


PajTie, J. M.— Blowing Rock. 




McDavid, I. E.— Rockingham. 


Payseur, C. W.— Cheuyville. 




McDuffie, J. F. -Chapel Hill, 3. 


Peek, I. T.— Gneiss. 




McAfee, P. T.— Marshall. 


Pcndergrass, J. R.— Franklin 




McClure, W. B.— Alexis. 


Pernell, P. H.— Charlotte. 




McGee, J. F.— Culberson. 


Pernell, E. F. C— WhJteville. 




McGinnis, I. J.— Banner's Elk. 


Pickens, J. M.— Jupiter. 




McKinney, C. H.— Bakorsville. 


Pippin. A. A.— W.nkefleld. 




McLeod, D.— Mebane. 


Pittman, S. M.— Prank. 




McLure, W. H.— Henrietta. 


Pittman, R. — Ledger. 




McNeil, M.— Wilkcsboro. 


Piatt, J T.— Ogden. 




McPheeters, S. F.— Harvard. 


Plemmons, B. B.— Triist. 




Meeks, 0. P.— Fayetteville. 


Poe, E. D.— Wake Forest. 




Mercer, I. M. — Rocky Mount. 


Pool, D. W.— Tavlors^'ille, 3. 




Merrell, G. L.— Swan Quarter. 


Porter, W. P.— Radical. 




Michael, W. H.— Suthrrland. 


Porter, A. H.— Whiteville. 




Miller, I. C— Stony Fnrk. 


Posey, T. H.— Fruitland. 




Miller, John R.— Palmerville. 


Powers, Oscar L.— High Point. 




Miller, H. A.— Weldon. 


Preslar, M. D. L.— Monroe. 




Milliken, N.— Ash. 


Presley, F. M. Sky land. 




Mills, G. T.— Apex. 


Prevatt, F. A.— Lumherton. 




Mintz, J. A.— Seaside. 


Prevatt, .John — Buie. 




Mintz, M. L.— Buie's Ci-eek. 


Pridgen, M.— Fair Blufi. 




Mitchell, 0. B.— Mt. Vernon Springs. 


Proffit, M. S.— Democrat. 




Mitchener, .J. F.— Statcsville. 


Pruett, L. R.— Charlotte. 




Monteith, T. J.— Japan. 


Pruitt, Julius— Connellys Springs. 




Moore, Hight C— Raleigh. 


Pugh, J. M. — Randleman. 




Moore, J. D.— Southside. 


Putnam, J. W.— Magnetic City. 
Putnam, D. F.— Benson. 




Morris, J. D.— Royal. 




Morgan, S. L.— Red ."Springs. 


Queen, Cicero — Caesar. 




Morgan, W. C— Robbinsville. 


Queen, A. C— Wolf Mountain. 




Morris, J. D.— Royal. 


Rains, S. A.— Tusquittee. 




Morris, W. A.— Hnndersonville. 


Raymond, F. B.— Waynesville. 




Morton, D. S.— Whitley. 


Rector. J. A.— Morganton. 




Morton. W. B.— Marion. 


Reddish, W. H.— Gastonia. 




Moss, T. J.— Forest City. 


Redman, T. E.— Spurgeon. 




Mull, W. F.— Mull's Grove. 


Revis, W. A.— Suit. 




Mull, W. B.— Camp Creek. 


Richardson, J. B.— High Point. 




Murray, J. F.— Raleigh. 


Riddle, B. B.— Pensacol.a. 




Murry, L. B.— Benham. 


Rivenbark, W. B.— Teachey's. 
Roberts, D. J.— Elkspir. 




Myers, W. W.— Round Mountain. 


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Roberts, L. C— Sext.nn. 




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Robertson, W. A. Barnardsville. 


Swaim, S. D. — Lexington. 




Robeson, H. S.— Shallotte. 


Swaim, V. M.— Statesville.. 




Rock, C. M.— Mount Olive. 


Swaim, E. L.— Shallotte. 




Rogers, L. A.— Mull's Grove. 


Swope, W. P. — Louisburg. 




Rogers, J. L.— Whitakers. 


Talbirt, W. T.— Concord. 




Rollins, B. F.— Elkin. 


Tate, R. J.— Sandy Plains. 




Rose, J. W.— Edenton. 


Tatum, T. A.— Elizabeth City. 




Royall, W. B.— Wake Forest. 


Taylor, T. J.— Warrenton. 




Sams, J. F.— Cane River. 


Tew, John 0. — Fayettcville. 




Sandling, R. C— Clinton. 


Thames, B. D.— Bethel Hill. 




Scarborougii, C. W.— Murfreesboro. 


Thomas, C. A. G.— Monroe. 




Scott, J. J.— Orrum. 


Thomas, I. W. — Lenoir. 




Scotten, A. K.— Coleridge. 


Thomas, James C. — Bandana. 




Sellers, G. W.— Shallotte. 


Thomasson, D. W.— Stmora. 




Sellers, J.— Supply. 


Thompson, C. J. — Durham. 




Sentelle, R. A. Waynesville. 


Thornton, T. H.— Clavton. 




Sentelle, J. E.— Etowah. 


Tipton, S. D.— Burnsville. 




Seymour, T. Y.— Wake Forest. 


Toney, B. W. — Caroleen. 




Shaver, J. M. Dealv^Ue. 


Townsend, B. — Broadway. 




Sheets, Henry— Lexington. 


Treadway, E. R.— Trust. 




Shell, P. J.— Gibbs. 


Triplett, 0. W.— West Durham. 




Shell, J. F.— Petra Mills. 


Trivett, G. W.— Sugar Grove. 




Shepherd, N. H.— Fremont. 


Trogdon, J. M.— Worthville. 




Sherwood— A. C— Creedmoor. 


Tucker, Elihu— Bud. 




Sherwood, J. J. L.— Collettsville. 


Turner, E. W.— Siloam. 




Shinn, J. L.— Marshville. 


Tvner, J. T. — Lumberton. 




Shipman, Z. A.— Etowah. 


Tyree, W. C— Raleigh. 




Shoaf, R. L.— Warrensville. 


Upchurch, C. A. — Burlington. 




Silver, E. D.— Newdale. 


Usry, E. G.— Oxford, 2. 




Simons, W. S.— Nina. 


Utley, C. H.— Burgaw. 




Sims, A. H. — Asheville. 


\anhoy, W. H. — Hamotonville. 




Sims, B. W. N.— Albemarle. 


Vaughan, L. D. — Sparta 




Singleton, T. C— Wal'e Forest. 


Vernon, T. L. — Rocky Mount. 




Sledge, J. W.— Stallin^s. 


Vines, J. F.— Elizabeth City. 




Sluder, W. M.— Asheville, No. 4. 


Vinson, J. D.— Otto. 




Smiley, J. S.— Bryson City. 


Vinson, T. J.— Gneiss. 




Smith, C. C— Beaufort. 


Vipperman, J. L. — Dallas. 




Smith, James A.— Wilmington. 


Wadkins, W. E.— Concord. 




Smith, J. E.— Mt. Airy. 


Waff, W^ B.— Severn. 




Smith, J. T.— Westfield. 


Walker, J. M.— Columbus. 




Smith; J. W.— Catharine Lake. 


Walker, J.— Edneyville. 




Smith, J. L.— Siler City. 


Walker, R. P.— Lenoiv. 




Solesbee, A. S.— Lookout. 


Walker, M.— Swain Creek, 




Sorrell, A. P.— Garden City. 


Wall, J. 0.— Maxwell. 




Sothern, W. P.— Granite Falls, 


Walton, M. C— Elm aty. 




Sparks, W. H.— Burnsville. 


Walts, E. B.— Woodland. 




Sparks, A.— Ledger. 


Wallace, W. C— Hamer. 




Sparks, J. C— Bakersville. 


Washburn, D. G.— Shelly, i. 




Spaulding, J. H.— Yadkinville. 


Watkins, G. T.— Roxboro. 




Speight, T. T.— Windsor, R. F. D. 


Watson, T. D.— Oconalufty. 




Sprinkle, A. J.— Fulton. 


Watson, S. N. — Concord. 




Staley, W. F.— N. Wilkesboro. 


Watson, J. W.— Hope Mills. 




Stallings, J. N.— Salisbury. 


Watts, J. T.— Lexington. 




Stallings, N. P.— Bayboro. 


Waycaster, J. R.— Estatoe. 




Stamey, E. A. — Altamont. 


Weatherman, J. G.— Jennings. 




Stanley, C. Chadbourn. 


Weldon, L. T.— Brevard. 




Stanley, G. F.— Foris, S. 0. 


Wells, 0. G.— Mooresville. 




Stanley, N. — Braswell. 


Weston, E. L. — Mocksville. 




Stanley, J. F.— Graybeal. 


Wharton, George — Hendersonville. 




Stanberry, J. S.— Almcnd. 


Wheeler, D. M. — Bamboo. 




Standridge, H. C— Hiawassee, Ga. 


Wheeler, J. W.— Tar Landing. 




Stephens, A. B.— Autvyville. 


Whitaker, H. C. — Andrews. 




Stephens, M. A. — Lumberton. 


White, J. A. — Murphy. 




Stephenson, R. S.— Raleigh. 


White, J. L. — Greensboro. 




Stevens, H. T.— Wake Forest. 


White, J. M.— Apex. 




Stewart, J. L. — Clinton. 


Whitehead, W. H. — Launnburg. 




Stone, C. H.— Round Peak. 


Whiteside, Z. T.— Uree. 




Stradley, J. A.— Oxford. 


Whitley, J. W.— Union Mills. 




Strickland, W. H.— Proximity. 


Whitlock, C. F.— Wilmington. 




Stringfleld, 0. L.— Maiden. 


Wilcox, A. G. — Brinkleyville. 




Summey, J. A.— Rockwell. 


Wildman, J. W., Chapel Hill. 




Suttle, J. W.— Marshall. 


Wilhoit, G. 0.— Ansonvllle. 

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Williams, A. J.— Zephyr. 
Williamsville, C. C— Spring Hope. 
Williams— J. G.— Star. 
Willis, H. A.— Weldon. 
Willis, W. W.— Ashpjle. 
Wilson, L. A.— Tamarack. 
Wilson, L. C— Sweetwater. 
Wilson, W. E. — Rutherfordton. 
Wilson, W. H.— MadisK^n. 
Wilson, W. M. — Ramsevtown. 
Wilson, S. B.— Fair Bluff. 
Wood, T. G.— Manteo. 
Woodfin, J. F.— Horse Shoe. 
Woodall, W. H.— Clyde. 

S. — Needmore. 
T.— Chadbourn. 

E. — Camden. 
J. — Troutman. 

H. — Moryanton. 



Woodard, J. 
Wooten, F. 
Wright, W. 
Wyatt, W. 
Wyncoop, A . 

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There is no State organization but fifteen 
independent associations. The oldest is the 
Kehukee Association. Tne official paper is 
Zion's Landmark, of Wii'^on, edited by Elder 
P. D. Gold. The absince of a compact 
State organization makes it impossible to 
obtain full statistics. 

MINISTERS. 

W. S. Willard— High Puint. 

W. A. Simpkins — Raleigh. 

.lohn Peed — Foster. 

G. A. Martin — Wilmington. 

W. H. Harrison— Plymouth, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Thos. Wallace — Branchs Store. 

Thos. F. Holidia — Columbia. 
I B. F. Eubanks— Trenton. 
i A. G. Morton — Albemane. 

5. Hassell — Wilhamston. 

J. N. Rogerson — Robersonville. 
51. T. Lawrence — Hamilton. 
A. D. Mizell — Jamesvi.ie. 
M. B. Williford- Rocky Mt. 
W. W. Brinson — Reelsboro. 
James Potter — Lowland. 
J. P. Tingle — Grantsboro. 
Isaac Jones — Maple Hill. 
C. C. Brown — Marines. 

6. P. Perry— Hillsboro, R. F. D. No. 1. 
Bennet Bullock — Taylor. 

P. D. Gold— Wilson. 
J. F. Farmer — Wilson. 
Wm. Woodard — Wilson. 
Jas. S. Woodard — Wilson. 
.4mos Crisp — Macclesfield. 
G. W. Corbctt— Tarboro. 
Jordan Johnson — Whitakers. 



C. C. Davis — Weasel. 

B. H. Blevins — Grumpier. 
John L. Ross — Stokes. 

G. M. Corbfctt — Greenville. 
W. J. Coibett— Greenville. 
H. B. Tucker — Greenville. 

C. C. Bland— Ayden. 
J. M. Royall— White. 
Gabriel Denny — Deron. 
A. M. Denny — Meiggs. 
H. G. Harbor — Harbour. 
H. Cain— Westfield. 

J. A. Ashburn— Pilot Mountain. 

G. O. Key — Pilot Mountain. 

W. H. Atkinson — Round Peak. 

J. A. T. Jones— McCuUcrs, R. F. D. 1. 

L. P. Adams— Four Oaks, R. F. D. 2. 

Rom. Jones— Smithfield, R. F. D. 2. 

J. T. Collier— Kenly, R. F. D. 2. 

James Johnson — Angier, R. F. D. 1. 

Z. R. Ballance— Clayton. 

J.'ajor Langdon — Clayton. 

W. R. Craft— Brooks. 

M. B. Martin — Bledsoe. 

Hiram Nichols — Vox. 

Isom Fender — Whitehead. 

Eli Long — Laurel Springs. 

Jno. Sanders — Stratford. 

J. T. Coats— Coats. 

W. G. Turner— Dunn, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Bernice Wood — Dtinn. 

A. D. Johnson — Dunn. 

J. D. Draughn— Mount Airy, R. F. D. 4. 

Henderson Cain — Pilot Mountain, R.F.D. 

C. B. Denny— Pinnacle, R. F. D. No. 3. 

A. M. Denny— Pinnacle, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Gabriel Dcnnv— Pinnacle, R. F. D. No. 3. 

J. M. Royal— Elkin, R. F. D. 

W. R. Welborn— Elikin, R. F. D. 

W. H. Atkinson — Araiat. 

M. G. Harbour— Rockford, R. F. D. 1. 

Gabriel Boles— Meadows, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Alex. Moran — Meadows, R. F. No. 1. 

Samuel Moran — Mfadows, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Joel G. Southern — Germanton. R. F. D. 1. 

L. I. Gilbert— Campbell. 

H. D. Mickey— Pinnacle, R. F. D. No. 2. 

W. M. Stone— Pinnacle, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Jas. A. Fagg — Danburv, R .F. D. No. 1. 

Paul Priddv— Danbury, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Watt Pridd'y- Danburj', R. F. D. No. 1. 

F. P. Stone — Francisco, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Wm. Henry Collins — Francisco, R. F. D. 1. 

Joseph Joyce — Sandy Rlage. 

Josiah Knight — Sandy Riage. 

John H. Wright— Westfield, R. F. D. 1. 

Darian Collins — Pinnacle, R. F. D. No. 2. 



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DENOMINATIONAL. COLLEGES. 

MALE AND CO-EDUCATIONAL. 

Wake Forest College (Baptist), Wake 

Forest— Dr. W. L. Poteat, President. 
Davidson College (Pr^^^byterian), Davidson 

— Dr. Henry Louis Smith, President. 
Trinity College (Metnodist), Durham— Dr. 

John C. Kilgo, President. 
Catawba College I'Reformed), Newton— Dr. 

George A. Snyder, President. i 

Concordia College (German Reformed), J 

Conover — George A. Romoser, President. 
Elon College (Christian), Elon College— 

Dr. E. L. Moffitt, President. 
Guilford College (Friends), Guilford Col- 
lego — Dr. L. L. Hobbs, President. 
Atlantic Christian College (Disciples), Wil- 
son — Dr. J. J. Harper, President. 
Lenoir College (Lutheian), Hickory — R. L. 

Frittz, President. 
Rutherford College (Methodist), Rutherford 

College — Loy D. Thomson, President. 
K. C. College (Lutheran), Mount Pleasant^ 

W. A. Lutz, President. 
Weaverville College (Methodist), Weaver- 

ville^G. F. King, Pr.-^ident. 
FEMALE. 
Female Academy and College (Moravian), 

Winston-Salem — Dr. J. H. Clewell, Pres. 
St. Mary's School (Episcopal), Raleigh — 

George W. Lay, Rector. 
Baptist University for Women (Bapfrst), 

Raleigh — Dr. R. T. Vann, President. 
Peace Institute (Presbyterian), Raleign — 

Henry Jerome Stockard, President. 



Oxford Female College (Baptist), Oxford— 
F. P. Ilobgood, Princ:pal. 

Claremont Female College (Lutheran), 
Hickory — Wm. B. Duttera, President. 

St. Mary's College (Catholic), Belmont— 
Rev. Leo Haid. 

Mount Amocna Seminary (Lutheran), Mount 
Pleasant — H. N. Miller, President. 

Littleton Female College (Methodist), Lit- 
tleton — Rev. J. M. Rhodes, President. 

Loiusburg Female College (Methodist), 
Louisburg— Mrs. Mary D. Allen, President. 

Chowan Baptist Female Institute (Baptist), 
JIurfreesboro — J. C. Scarborough, Prin. 

Greensboro Female College (Methodist), 
Greensboro- Mrs. Lucy H. Robertson, 
President. 

Elizabeth College (Luvheran), Charlotte — 
Rev. C. B. King, President. 

Presbyterian College (Presbyterian), Char- 
lotte — Dr. J. R. Bridges, President. 

Southern Presbyterian College and Conser- 
vatory of Music (Presb.vterian), Red 
Springs — Rev. C. G. Vardeil, President. 

Normal and Collegiate Institute (Presbyte- 
rian), Asheville — Edward P. Childs, Pres. 

Davenport College (Me-.hodist), Lenoir — Dr. 
C. C. Weaver, President. 

PROMINENT PRIVATE PRE- 
PARATORY SCHOOLS 
AND PRINCIPALS. 

Horner School (Male;), O.xford— J. C. 

Horner. 
Oak Ridge Institute (Male), Oak Ridge— 

J. A. and M. H. Holt. 
M'hitsett Institute (Mixed), Whitsett— W. 

T. Whitsett. 
Bingham School (Male), Mebane — Preston 

L. Gray. 
Buies Creek Academy (Mixed), Buies Creek 

• — J. A. Campbell. 
Noi-mal College (Mixed), Liberty — T. C 

Amick. 
Winterville High School (Mixed), Winter- 

ville — G. E. Lineberry. 
Bingham School (Male), Asheville — Col. 

Robert Bingham. 
Collegiate Institute (Mixed), Mount Pleas- 
ant—Rev. H. A. McCullough. 
Graham Academy (Mixed), Marshallberg — 

C. M. Levister. 
Warrenton High School (Mixed), Warren- 
ton — .John Graham. 
N. C. Military Institute (Male), Red 

Springs — W. M. Jones. 
Trinitv Park High School, Durham — H. M. 

North. 
Francis Hilliard School For Girls, Oxford — 

Miss Margaret B. Hilliard. 
Asheville Normal and Collegiate Institute— 

Asheville. 
Catawba College, Newton — Geo. A. Snyder. 
Lenoir College, Hickorj'— R. L. Fi-itz. 
Claremont College, Hickory — Dr. P. L. 

Murphy. 



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Coleman's Physical Laboratory Manual. .$0.60 

Hoadley's Brief Course in General 

Physics 1.20 

Mumper's Text-Book in Physics 1.20 

Clarke & Dennis's Elementary Chem- 
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Hunter's Elements of Biology 1.25 

Andrews's Botany All ^he Year Round. 1.00 
Dryer's Lessons in Physical Geography. 1.20 

Jlaury's Physical Geography 1.20 

Goff & Mayne's First Principles of 

Agriculture 80 

F'rancois' Beginner's French 65 

Introductory French Prose Composi- 
tion 25 

French Readings, 46 Volumes 

Kayser & Monteser's Brief German 

Course 1.20 

German Readings, 54 Volumes 

Brittain's Introduction to Caesar 80 

Pearson's Essentials ot Latin for 

Beginners 90 

Latin Prose Composition 1.00 

Greek Prose Composition 90 

Somerville's Elementary ./^Igebra 1.00 

Robbins's Plane and Solid Geometry... 1.25 
Brooks & Hubbard's Composition- 
Rhetoric 1.00 



Blaisdell's Composition-Rhetoric $1.00 

Sampson & Holland's Written and 

Oral Composition 80 

Knight's Primer of Essentials in 

Grammar and Rhetoric 25 

College Entrance Requirements in 
English for Study and Practice, 

1909-1911 90 

Painter's Poets of the South 60 

Gateway Series of English Texts, 

26 Volumes 
Halleek's History of English Liter- 
ature 1.25 

Eclectic English Classics, 47 Volumes 
Rolfe's Shakespeare 40 Volumes 
Hart's Essentials in American His- 
tory 1.50 

Harding's Essentials in Mediaeval 

and Modern History 1.50 

Walker's Essentials in English His- 
tory 1.50 

Wolf son's Essentials in Ancient 

History 1.50 

Morey's Outlines of Ancient History. 1.50 

Outlines of Greek Il'.story 1.00 

Outlines of Roman History 1.00 

Newton & Treat's Outlines for 
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American History. 25 

English History 25 

Greek History 25 

Roman History 25 



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liEADING HIGHER INSTITU- 
TIONS OF LEARNING, 
COLORED. 

Shaw University, Raleigh— Charles Francis 

Meserve, President. 
St. Augustine's School, Raleigh— A. B. 

Hunter, Principal. 
Biddle Universit}', Charlotte— H. L. Mc- 

Crorey, President. 
Livingstone College, Salisbury— W. H. 

Goler, President. 
Scotia Seminary (Female), Concord— D. J. 

Satterfield, President. 
Bennett College, Greensboro — W. H. 

Peeler, President. 
Kittrell College, Kittrell— J. R. Hawkins, 

President. 
Joseph K. Brick Normal and Aprricultural 

Institute, Enfield— T. S. Inborden, Prin. 
Albion Academy, Franklinton— J. A. Sav- 
age, Principal. 
Normal and Collegiate Institute, Hender- 

son— J. A. Cotton, President. 
Waters Normal Institute, Winton— C. S. 

Brown, President. 
Thompson Institute, Lumberton — W. H. 

Knuckles, Principal. 
Normal and Industrial Institute, High 

Point— A. J. Griffin, Principal. 

EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. 

Total available public school 

fund $2,6.30,678.09 

Raised by local taxation 448,610.35 

Total raised by taxation for 

public schools o eluding 

bonds, loans. State appro- 
priations and balance from 

previous year 1,839,834.44 

Total expenditures for all 

schools 2,291,053.15 

Average annual salary of rural 

white teachers 130.07 

Average annual salary of city 

white teachers 351.91 

Average annual salary of rural 

colored teachers 89.34 

Average annual salary of city 

colored teachers 237.91 

Average term in rural white 

schools 86 days 

Average term in city white 

schools 171 days 

Average term of all white 

schools in the State 95 days 

Average term of colored rural 

schools , 82 days 

Average term of all colored 

schools of the State 92 days 

Value of school property $3,725,054.00 

Value of property of white 

schools $3,199,595.00 

Value of property of colored 

schools $525,459.00 

Value of rural white school 

property $1,610,095.00 

Value of city white school 

property .$1,589,500.00 

Value of rural colored school 



property $299,859.00 

Value of city colored school 

property $225,600.00 

Total number of schoo;-house8 7,447 

Rural school houses 7,254 

City school houses 1J3 

Rural white school houses .... 6,053 

City white school houses 122 

Rural colored school houses .. 2,201 
City colored school ho'ises .... 71 
Total number white school dis- 
tricts 5,338 

Total number colored school 

districts 2,318 

Total school population 706,528 

Rural school population 602,674 

City school population 103,854 

White school population .... 475,477 

Colored school population .... 231,0.51 

White rural school pop'i'ation.. 411,818 

White city school population . . 63,659 

Colored rural school population 190,856 

Colored city school population 40,195 

Total enrollment in all schools 483,180 

Enrollment in rural schools . . 423,437 

Enrollment in city schools . . 59,743 

White enrollment 330,780 

White enrollment in rural 

schools 290,860 

White enrollment in city 

schools 39,920 

Colored enrollment 152,400 

Colored enrollment in rural 

schools 132,577 

Colored enrollment m city 

schools 19,823 

Total average daily attendance 293,046 
Average daily attendance in 

rural schools 253,385 

Average daily attendance in 

city schools 39,661 

Average daily attendance in 

white schools 205,517 

Average daily attendance in 

rural white schools 177,297 

Average daily attendance in 

city white schools 28,220 

Average daily attendance in 

colored schools 87,529 

Average daily attendance in col- 
ored rural schools 76,088 

Average daily attend mce in 

colored city schools 11,441 

Percentage of school population 

enrolled. North Carolina .... 68.3 

Rural 70.3 

City 57.5 

White, North Carolina 69.5 

White, rural 70.6 

White, city 62.8 

Colored, North Carolina 65.9 

Colored, lural 69.4 

Colored, city 49.3 

Percentage of enrollment in 
daily attendance. North Car- 
olina 61.0 

White, North Carolina 62.0 

White, rural 61.0 

White, city 71.0 



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UNIVERSITY OF 
NOR TH CAR OLINA 



Collegiate Law 

Graduate Medicine 

Engineering Pharmacy 

84 in Faculty 775 Students 

Library 50,000 Volumes 

Equipment Valued at $800,000 

F. P. VENABLE, President 

t^hapel Hill, N. C. 



Colored, North Carolina 

Colored, rural 

Colored, city 

Total number of teacheis 

Rural 

City . 

White 

White, 

White, 

Colored 



teachers 
rural . . . 

city 

teachers 



Colored teachers, rural . . 
Colored teacher.s, city . . . 
\\ hite men employed . . . . 

Rural 

City 

White women employed . 

Rural 

City 

Colored men employed . . . . 

Rural 

City 

Colored women employed 

Rural 

City 

New school houses built . . 

White 

Colored 



58.0 

57.0 

58.0 

9,871 

8,(583 

1,188 

7,186 

6,316 

870 

2,685 

2,367 

318 

2,258 

2,155 

103 

4,928 

4,161 

767 

958 i 

944 

73 1 

1,927 i 

1,493 

234 

822 

699 

123 



PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS. 



Ashe— Helton High School (P. 0., Stur- 
gills). 

Beaufort — Pantego Academy; Washington 
High School. 

Bertie— Mars Hill HiErh School (P. 0., 
Colerain); Aulander High School. 

Buncombe — Barnards\ille High School; 
Hominy Valley Institute (P. 0., Cand- 
ler) ; Fairview High School. 

Bladen— Abbottsbm-g High School; Bladen- 
boro. 

Cabarrus— Georgev-ille Academy ; Rocky- 
River High School (P. O., Concord). 

Caldwell— Granite Falls High School; 
noir High School. 

Camden— South Alills. 

Carteret— .Atlantic High School. 

Catawba— Startowu High School (P. 
Newton); St. James High School (P. 
Newton). 

Cliatham— Men-y Oaks; Pittsboro; 
City. 

Cherokee — Andrews: Belleview (P 
Cobb's). 

Cleveland— Lattimore; Fallston. 

Columbus — Whiteville ; Chadbourn. 

Craven — New Bern; Dover. 

Cumberland — Hope Mills; Stedman; 
win. 



Le- 



O., 
O., 

Sileil 

0., 



God- 



Alamance— Ha\Aiields High School (P. 0., Currituck— Poplar Branch. 



Mebane); Friendship High School (P. 0., 

Burlington). 
Alleghan.r — Turkey Knob Academy (P. O., 

Mouth of Wilson, Va7. 
Anson — Morven High School ; Lilesville. 



Davidson— Churchland; Reeds (P. O., Lex- 
ington). 
Davie — Farmington; Cooleemee. 
Duplin— Warsaw; Teachey's. 
Durham — East Durham. 



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The North Carolina 

College of Agriculture 

and Mechanic Arts 

Offers practical industrial education in Agriculture, Engineer- 
ing, Industrial Chemistry, and the TextUe Art. Tuition, $45 a 
year. Board, $10 a month. 120 Scliolarships. 

The catalogue of tlie college shows 130 students of AgHculture, 
93 of Civil Engineering, 90 of Electrical Engineering, 73 of Me- 
chanical Engineering, 25 of Cotton Manufacturing, 33 of Chemis- 
try and Mining, and 58 of Mechanic Arts. Young men desiring 
practical Industrial training ^^ould do well to write for catalogue 
to President Winston, West Raleigh, N. C. 



Edgecombe— Battleboro ; Macclesfield. 
Forsyth— Walkertown; Bethania; Lewis- 

ville; Kernersville. 
Franklin— Bunn ; Franklinton; Louisburg. 
Gaston— Belmont; Stanly; Dallas. 
Granville— Knap of Reeds (P. O., Lyon); 
Howard (P. O., Oxford); Stem. 
Greene — Snow Hill. 

Guilford— Pleasant Garden; Jamestown. 
Halifax— Enfield ; Aurelian Springs. 
Harnett — Angler; Lillington. 
Haywood— Rock Hill (P. O., Waynesville) ; 

Rock Springs (P. O., Clyde). 
Hertford — Ahoskie. 

Henderson— Fletcher ; Hcndersonville. 
Hyde — Swan Quarter; Sladesville (P. 0., 

Scranton). 
Jones — Trenton . 
Jackson — Webster. 
Iredell — Harmony; Scott's. 
Lenoir — LaGrange. 

Johnston — Benson; Kenly; Wilson's Mills. 
Lincoln — Denver; Crouse. 
Madison — Marshall ; Spring Creek. 
Macon— lotla (P. O., Franklin); Higdon- 

ville. 
Martin — Robersonville ; Williamston. 
McDowell — Nebo; Marion. 
Mecklenburg — Huntersville ; Matthews. 
Mitchell — Spruce Pine. 
Moore — Southern Pines; Jonesboro. 
Montgomery — Biscoe. 
Nash— Red Oak (P. O., Nashville); Mt. 

Pleasant (P. 0., Glover). 
Northampton — Rich Square ; Seaboard. 
Onslow — Richlands. 
Pamlico — Oriental. ' 



Pender — Burgaw; Atkinson. 
Person— Bethel Hill. 
Pitt— Farmville; Bethel. 
Randolph — Ramseur; Farmer. 

Riclimond — Roberdell; Hoffman. 

Robeson — Rowland; Lumber Bridge; Or- 
rum; Philadelphus (P. O., Red 
Springs). 

Rockingham — Madison; Ruffln; Stoneville. 

Rowan — Granite Quarry: Mt. Ulla; Wood- 
leaf. 

Rutherford — Henrietta. 
Sampson — Clinton. 

Scotland — Gibson. 

Stanly — Albemarle. 

SuiTy — Dobson; Pilot Mountain. 

Swain — Biyson City; Wliittier. 

Tiansylvania — Selica ; Penrose. 

Union— Marshall; Mt. Pleasant (P. O., 
Monroe); Wesley Chapel (P. O. Monroe). 

Vance — Kittrell; Bcarpond (P. O., Hender- 
son). 

Wake— Gary; Holly Springs; Bay Leaf (P. 
O., Neuse); Wakelon (P. 0. Wakefield). 
Warren — Wise ; Macon. 
Washington — Roper; Cresswell. 

Watauga— Cove Creek (P. O., Amantha). 
Wayne — Goldsboro; Falling Creek; Seven. 
Springs. 

Wilkes— Wilkesboro ; Mt. Pleasant (P. O., 
Champion). 

Wilson — Lucama; Elm City. 
Yadkin — Courtney. 
Yancey— Elk Shoal. 



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SCHOOL STATISTICS AND SCHOOL TEACHEPS. 



GRADED SCHOOLS AND 
SUPERINTENDENTS. 

Aberdeen— Prof. Singletary. 

Albemarle— W. N. Shackelford. 

Alexis — 

Apex — J. M. Cam pen. 

Asliboro — J. J. Scarboro. 

Asheville— R. J. Tigh'-. 

Atlantic^R. C. Helton. 

Aulander — J. I. White. 

Aurora — 

Ayden — J. A. McArthur. 

Bain Academy (Mint UiU P. 0.)— R- M. 

Gray. 
Eelhaven — W. M. Hinton. 
Benson— L. T. Royall. 
Bessemer (Greensboro, R. F. D. No. 4) — J. 

Wilson Correll. 
Bessemer City — F. P. Brockette. 
Bethel — Julian B. Martin. 
Beulaville— W. E. Middleton. 
Big Willow (Hendersoijville P. 0.)— Miss 

Mamie Shipman. 
Biscoe — Hoy Taylor. 
Brightwood (Browns Summit, R. F. D.) — 

Mrs. T. N. Sellars. 
Bryson City— H. C. Marshall. 
Buna Vista (R. F. D. Henderson)— G. W. 

Holmes, 
lurgaw — E. M. Highsraith. 
Burlington — F. H. Curtis. 
Cade Springs — Miss Sarah H. Stancil, Gamer. 
Carbonton — Miss Annie Cole. 
Chadbourn — Miss Rook. 
Charlotte — Alexander Graham. 
Cherryville— S. P. Wilson. 
Clarkton — Miss Brown. 
Clavton— J. R. Williams. 
Clinton— D. L. Ellis. 
Colerain — Miss Cora Beard. 
Colfax- 
Columbia— W. H. Hall. 
Concord — Walter Thompson. 
Cora — 

Cornelius— J. Willis Bagley. 
Council — Miss King. 

Crab Creek (Etowah P. 0.) — James Ander- 
son. 

Dallas — S. G. Lindsay. 

Dan River (Danville, Va., P. •O.) — Miss 
Mabel Lyons. 

Davidson— W. F. 0' Kelly. 

Durham — W. D. Carmichael. 

East Bend— 

FJdenton — R. H. Bachman. 

Elizabeth City— S. L. Sheep. 

Elm City — A. B. Cameron. 

Enfield— M. S. Wiggins. 

F.irmville — E. M. Rollins. 

Favetteville — J. A. Jones. 

Flat Rock— C. Young. 

Forest City — E. J. Abemethy. 

Forestville — E. P. Ellingion, Wake Forest. 

Franklin— J. J. Ammons. 
■Franklinton — E. E. Sams. 

Fremont — W. M. Rogers. 

Fuquay Springs — P. C. t. ullom. 

Gastonia— Joe S. Wray. 

Gibsonville — A. M. Gai-wood. 



Glenwood (Greensboro, R. F.' D. No. 4) — 

Miss Cora Hornaday. 
Goldsboro— A. E. Woltz. 
Graham— A. T. Allen. 
Granite Falls — James W. Hendron. 
Greensboro— W. H. Swift. 
Greenville— H. B. Smitn. 
Grifton— W. H. Cole. 
Groome (Greensboro, R. F. D. No. 8)— R. 

A. Neese. 
Guilford College— P. E. Shaw. 
Hamlet— W. L. Criddlebaugh. 
Harris Creek — Miss Lorena Corbett, 
Haw River — B. F. Hassell. 
Hemingway (Wilmington P. 0.) — W. Un- 
derwood. 
Henderson — J. T. Alderman. 
Henderson ville — R. M. Ivans. 
Hertford — S. B. Underwood. 
Hickory— Charles M. Stalcy. 
High Point — George U. Crowell. 
Hope Mills— S. D. Cole. 
Huntersville — J. M. Matthews. 
Idalia — 

lotia— Miss Elizabeth Kelly. 
Jacksonville — H. M. Loy. 
Jamestown — L. Lee White. 
Jonesboro — Frank Culbreth. 
Kerners ville — 
Kenly— R. T. Teague. 
Kings Mountain — 
Kinston — L. C. Brogden. 
LaGrange — Joseph Kinsey. 
Lake Landing — George Guthrie. 
Lanefield (Warsaw P. O.) — Miss Maggie 

Carlton. 
Lenoir — John L. Harris. 
Lexington — W. M. Brown. 
Lincolnton— B. P. Caldwell. 
Littleton — 

Louisburg — W. R. Mills. 
Lucama — George B. Strickland. 
Lumberton — R. E. Sentelle. 
Macclesfield- A. F. Leighton. 
Madison— J. W. Griffln. 
Magnolia — V. I. Ray. 
Manteo — Edward French. 
Marion — D. F. Giles. 
Marshville — Jackson Hamilton. 
Maxton— A. S. Webb. 
Mebanc— H. C. Stout. 
Mechanicsville (High Pomt P. 0.)— D. P. 

Cobb. 
Middleburg — Mrs. H. F. Rowland. 
Jfills School — Miss Ola Giles, Apex. 
Monbo— A. C. Sherrill. 
Monroe^.J. A. Bivens. 
Monticello (Browns Summit P. 0.) — Miss 

Mary McLendon. 
Mooresville — A. C. Kerley. 
Morganton — J. E. Avent. 
Mount Airy — E. S. Sheppe. 
Mount Hollj' — Prof. H-^nson. 
Mount Olive— Z. D. McWhorter. 
Moyock — W. I. Aiken. 
Murphy — L. E. Mauny. 
Newton— R. F. Cox. 
New Bern — H. B. Craven. 
North Wilkesboro— W. G. Coletrane. 
Oak Hill (High Point, R. F. D.)— Miss 

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DO YOU WANT 

GOOD FARMERS, DAIRYMEN, BRICKLAYERS, CAT.PEN- 
TERS OR TEACHERS FOR INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS? 

Do you want to attend school where the most practical industrial training is given 
to Negro boys and men? , 

Do you want to know how North Carolina's Industrial School ranks among the 
foremost of the country, sending out graduates second to none?. Write for catalog. 
Address, 



PRESIDENT DUDLEY, 
A. &. M, College, Greensboro, N. C. 

FACULTY OF A. & M. COLLEGE. 
JAlfES B. DUDLEY, President; Head of English Department. 
\V. F. DEBNAM, Assistant English Department. 
S. P. SEBASTIAN, Assistant English Department. 
M. COINS, Assistant English Department. 
C. W. PIERCE, Head Mechanical Department. 
C. B. RANDALL, Instiuctor in Carpentry and Wood Turning. 
C. C. AMEY, Instructor in Blacksmithing. 
W. N. NELSON, Assistant Instructor in Carpentry. 
R. L. PAGE, Instructor in Masonry. 
V/M. YATES, Instructor in Tinning. 
J. H. BLUFORD, Director Agricultural Department. 
W. F. ROBINSON, Assistant Florist. 
r. E. ROBINSON, Director Dairy Department. 

J. D. CHAVIS, Director Teachers' Training l.'epartment; Superintendent Night SchooL 
J. W. LANDRETH, Director Department of Industries. 
S. A. KERR, Secretary and I'reasurer. 
JUNIUS ROOKS, Steward. 



Oak Ridge — Grover Brookbank. 

Old Fort— R. D. Jenkins. 

Oxford— C. T. Goode. 

Parkton — Preston Stamps. 

Pearcc School— L. N. Rines, R. F. D. No. 

1, Youngsville. 
Patrick School — Miss Ernie Booker, Apex. 
Pelham — Miss May Brown. 
Pendleton — H. Jenkins. 
Pilot Mountain — H. F. Pardue. 
Pinetops — 

Pinnacle — John M. Peck. 
Pittsboro— A. B. Statvey. 
Pleasant Gaiden — 0. V. Woosley. 
Pleasant Hill — Luther Anderson. 
Plymouth— C. J. Everett. 
Pomona — Miss Bessie Howard. 
Price's Mills — 
Providence (Matthews, R. F. D. 17)— Miss 

Minnie Downs. 
Raleigh — Frank M. Harper. 
Randleman— E. O. Smithfleld. / 

Ray School- Mrs. Beatnce P. Baker, R. F. 

D. No. 1, Riley. 
Reidsville— S. G. Harden. 
Rhodhiss^ — 

Ricblands— C. D. Franck. 
Robersonville — J. D. Everett. 
Rocky Mount — M. V. Boyle. 
Rocky Point — Miss Grace Bland. 
Rockingham — L. J. Bell. 
Ilolesville— W. R. Sberr'.n. 
Roper — Walter F. McCanlesa. 
Rose Hill— N. P. Sloan, 
Roxboro— N. C. Newbold. 
Ruffin — L. N. Hickerson 



Ruthorfordton— R. L. Ford. 

Rymer (Horse Shoe P. O.)— J. W. Morgan. 

Salem — J. M. White, 'V; ex. 

Salisbury— I. C. Griffin. 

Sanford— R. W. Allen. 

Scotland Neck— C. W. Wilson. 

Seaboard — Robert E. Ranson. 

Selma— H. V. Cole. 

Semora — Miss Effie Isley. 

Sharon Academy (Charlotte, R. P. D. No. 

2)— W. B. Reid. 
Shelby— J. Y. Ir\-in. 
Shopton (Chariotte, R. B. D. No. 3)— W. 

W. Rankin, Jr. 
Siler City— M. L. Douglas, 
bmithfield— Ira T. Turlington. 
Sneeds Ferry— Miss Etta Freeman. 
South Buffalo (Greensboro, R. P. D.) 

— Miss Dovie Mendenhall. 
Southport — Miss Lucile Kamey. 
Spencer — W. G. Caswell. 
Spring Hope— M. H. Woolen. 
Statesville— D. Matt Thompson. 
Stokesdale — J. Wright Pegram. 
Stoneville— Jas. S. Truit'. 
Swan Quarter— Mrs. Katie R. Beckwith. 
Tarboro— R. G. Kittrell. 
Thomasville — J. N. Hauss. 
Tomotla— W. B. Sneed. 
Troy— Wade Crawford. 
Tryon— W. A. Newell. 
Union (Wilmington P. 0.)— Miss Nellie 

Cook. 
Unionville— O. C. Hamilton. 
Wadesboro — J. H. Mclver. 
Washington — Harry Howell. 



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Waxhaw — N. D. Johmon. 
Wavnesville — W. C. Allen. 
Webington (Matthews P. 0.)— G. W. 

Davenport. 
Webster — J. L. Woodward. 
Welch (High Point, R. F. D.)— Miss Lena 

Hammer. 
Weldon— H. A. Latham. 
Wendell — J. C. Richardson. 
Westfleld— W. M. Wall. 
Wesley (Monroe P. O.)— T. M. Wylie. 
Whitakers — 

White Oak — Miss Ana Kelly, Apex. 
Whiteville — Prof. Owens. 
Whittier— T. B. McCracken. 
Wilkesboro — E. G. Settlemyre. 
Williamston— S. T. Liles. 
Wilmington — J. J. Blair. 
Wilson — Charles L. Coon. 
Windsor — Miss Helen E. Gillam. 
Wingate— M. B. Dry. 
Winston — W. S. Snipes. 
Woodville Academy (Ltwiston P. 0.) — Jesse 

Parker. 
Yoimgs\'ille — J. R. Conley. 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS AND 
PRINCIPALiS, 

Taylorsville Collegiate Institute, Taylors- 

^Tlle — J. W. Scroggs. 
Hiddenite High School, Hiddenite— A. F. 

Sharpe. 
Green Valley Academy, Green Valley — J. 

O. Goodman. 
Helton ,\cadem.v — Helton. 
Jefferson Academy — Jeffti-son. 
Miss Maude Gurley's School — Windsor. 
Miss M. Augusta Dunstan's School — Wind- 
sor. 
Edward High School — Edward. 
Miss Bettie Roberson — Washington. 
Trinity School, Chocowinity — N. C. Hughes. 
Pantego Academy — Pantego. 
Bath Academy — Bath. 
White Oak Academy, White Oak— W. W. 

Woodhouse. 
Asheville School, Asheville — M. M. Ander- 
son, 
Winn's School for Bovs, Asheville — J. A. 

Winn. 
.\sheville Farm School— Swanannoa. 
Weaverville College, Weaverville — W. L. 

Abernathj'. 
Miss Ford's School for Girls, Asheville— 

Miss E. Ford. 
Regan School, Regan — H. F. Brinson. 
Funston Institute, Funston — J. C. MizelL 
Patten's High School, Morganton — R. L. 

Patton. 
Marbut School, Morganton — Mrs. N. E. 

Marbut. 
Rutherford College, Rutherford College— 

W. AV. Peel. 
Mt. Pleasant Collegiate Institute, Mt. 
' Pleasant— G. F. McAllister, tlenry Miller. 
Mt. Amoena Seminary, Mt. Pleasant — Rev. 

J. H. C. Fisher. 
Sunderland Hall Seminary, Concord, No. 6 — 

Miss Melissa Montgomery. 
Concord High School, Concord— W. W. 

Morris. 



Campbell High School, Concord — Rev. W. 

G. Campbell. 
^Mi-s. S. V. Irwin — Concord. 
Davenport College, Lenoir — C. C. Weaver. 
Lenoir Academy — Lenoir. 
St. Paul's School (Epis.), Beaufort — Edward 

T. Hill. 
Beaufort High School, Beaufort — Miss 

Maud Davis. 
Harry North School (Meth.), Morehead 

City — Bruce H. Carraway. 
Atlantic Institute (Bapt."), Morehead City— 

A. W. Setzer. 
Graham Academy, Marshallburg — W. Q. A. 

Graham. 
Wit Academj' — Chas. R. Whealey. 
Prof. Mack Ball's Scho._>l— Atlantic. 
Yanceyville, Yanceyville — June Bennett. 
Pinnix-Hurdle Institute, Union Ridge, R. P. 

D.— T. W. Stroud. 
I easburg Institute, Leasburg — Miss Fannie 

Sargeant. 
Goldston High School, Goldston— W. H. 

Tj'ler. 
Mt. Vernon Springs School, Mt. Vernon 

Springs — Jliss Lizzie Dixon. 
Jliss Daisy Massie — Murphy. 
Hayesville High School, Hayesville^G. H. 

Haigler. 
Piedmont High School, Lawndale — W. D. 

Burns. 
Fallston High School, Fallston— J. W. 

Dellinger. 
Lattimnre High School, Lattimore — W. T. 

R. Bell. 
Boiling Springs High School, Shelby, No. 

3 — J. D. Huggins. 
Waco High School — Waco. 
Earl High School, Earl— George P. Webb. 
Sharion High School— Shelby, No. 3. 
Miss Mamie H. Richardson — New Bern. 
Miss Lizzette Hanff — New Bern. 
Christ Church Parocliial School, New 

Bern — Miss Mary N. Williams. 
iliss Alice Mallett — Fayetteville. 
Misses Ellison — Fayetteville. 
Donaldson-Davidson Academy — Favetteville. 
Raeford High School (Mixed), Raeford— E. 

D. Summers. 
Denton High School. Denton — Rev. George 

L. Reynolds, 
riiurchland High School — Churchland. 
Liberty Institute, Wallbury — P. S. Vann. 
Reeds High School, Lexington, No. 3 — J. W. 

Cole, 
funny Side, Mocksville — ^Miss M. M. Eaton. 
Cana, Cana — Paul H. Nance. 
Grove Academy, Kenansville — L. McNeil, 

Carl Shaw. 
James Sprunt Institute, Kenansville — Miss 

Blanche Boyd. 
Faison Male Academy, Faison — Prof. 

Spencer. 
Southern Consenatory of Music, Durham — 

Gilmore Ward Bryant. 
Tarboro Male Academy, Tarboro — F. S. 

Wilkinson. 
Salem Boys School, Winston-Salem — J. F. 

Brower. 
Clemmons High School, Clemmons — J. E. 

HalL 



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7H£ NORTH CAROLINA STATE 
NORMAL & INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE 



offers four regular courses leading to the degrees of Bachelor of 
Pedagogy, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Bachelor of 
Music. The seventeenth annual session begins September, 1908. 

" THE SPECIAL! TWO MONTHS' COURSE FOR GRADUATES 
OF OTHER COLLEGES AND TEACHERS BEGLNS APRIIj 1, 

1908. '■ 

For catalogue and other information address, 

President J. I. FOUST 

Greensboro, N. C. 



Rural Hall Academy— Rural Hall. 
Louisburj? College for Women, Louisburg — 

Mrs. Mary Davis Allen. 
Mapleville" High School, Mapleville — Miss 

Jannette Hayes. 
Bunn High School, Bunn— W. D. Poe. 
Irgleside High School, Ingleside — Thos. 

Sledge. 
Linwood College, Gastonia— Rev. A. T. 

Lindsay. 
Sacred Heart Academy (Cath.), Belmont— 

Mother M. Theresa. 
Belmont Higli School, Belmont— Frank 

Jackson. 
Mrs. Lucy O. BrowTi — Gatesville. 
McLcansville .\cademy, McLeansville — C. D. 

Cobb. 
Browns Summit Academy, Browns Sum- 
mit — W. H. Rankin. 
Peele's College of Business, Greensboro — 

Judson Peele. 
Havwood Institute, Clvde— W. H. Woodall. 
Bat Cave (Epis.), Bat Cave— H. G. Mitchell. 
St. Paul (Epis.), Edneyv'lle — Miss Springer. 
Upward (Epis.), Flat Bock, R. F. D.— Miss 

Helm Webb. 
Fruitland High School (Bapt.), Fruitland— 

P. H. Posey. 
Seminary for Young Ladies, Murfreesboro — 

Mrs. E. E. Parham. 
High Grade Public School, AVinton— N. W. 

Britton. 
Ahoskie High School, Ahoskie— E. P. 

Dixon. 
Fairfirld, Fairfield — D. W. Simmons. 
McClaud School, Scranton — Miss Ada Rey. 
Sladcsville School, Scranton — Miss Org 

Credle. 



Statesvillo Male Academy, Statesville — A. 

S. Paxton. 
Harmony Academy — Harmony. 
Eupeptic Springs Academy — Eupeptic 

Springs. 
Cool Springs Academy, Cool Springs — John 

F. Mitchell. 
Statesville Female Collog;e, Statesville — Dr. 

J. A. Scott. 
Troutman Academy, Troutman — M. T. 

Hinshaw. 
Sylva Collegiate Institute, Sylva— F. A. 

Brown. 
Pollocksville High School, Po-llocksville— 

Alex. H. White. 
Trenton High School, Trenton— W. H. 

Rhodes. 
Miss Dora Miller's School — Kinston. 
The Kinston Practical Business College, 

Kinston— Mrs. W. \. Bobbitt. » 

Mrs. Mittie Perrj''s School — Kinston. 
The Industrial Christian College, Kinston — 

Rev. J. W. Tyndall. 
Fassifern, Lincolnton — Miss Kate Shipp. 
Marshall Academy, Marshall — Miss Rose 

McCorel. 
Mars Hill College (Mixed), Mars Hill— R. 

L. Moore. 
Bell Institute, Walnut — Rev. Frank March. 
Dorland Institute, Hot Springs — Miss Julia 

Phillips. 
Hamilton Academy, Hamilton — H. A. Neal. 
Everctts Academy, Everetts — J. L. Leggett. 
Beard School, Charlotte— J. G. Beard. 
Charlotte High School, Charlotte— H. W. 

Glasgow. 
The Independent School, Charlotte— W. W. 

Davidson. 



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Plumtree, Plumtree— Rev . J. P. Hall. 
Mt. Gilead High School, Mt. Gilead— Eu- 
gene Harris. 
Star Academy — Star. 
Candor Academy — Candor. 
Ether Academy, Ether— Mr. Cagle. 
Wadeville Academy, Wadeville — John B. 

Hurley. 
Elise High School, Hemp— Rev. R. S. Ar- 

rowood. 
Broadway School, Broadway— M. A. Mc- 

Leod. 
Castalia Academy, Castalia— W. 0. John- 
son. 
Mount Pleasant Academy, Glover — B. A. 

Burt. 
Nash\'ille High School, Nashville — A. L. 

Lincoln. 
Red Oak Academy, Nashville— T. R. Mc- 

Lendon. 
Stanhope Academy, Spring Hope — J. E. 

Redfeam. 
Samaria High School, Spring Hope — C. W. 

Johnson. 
Oak Level High School, Nashville— S. V. 

Pitts, N. W. Forrest. 
Cape Fear Academy, Wilmington — W. Cat- 

lett. 
St. Paul's Academy, Wlmington. 
Miss Alderman's Select School, Wilmington 

— Miss Mamie Alderman. 
Miss Harts Select School, Wilmington— Miss 

Annie Hart. 
Primary School, Wilmington — Miss Mamie 

Clark. 
Olney High School, George — ^Miss Mary D. 

Holmes. 
Mrs. Bragg & Miss H-e.<rt's School, Hills- 

boro — Mrs. Mary Bragg and Miss Alice 

Heart. 
Caldwell Institute, Rougemont, R. F. D. 

No. 3. — Rev. M. W. Arrowood. 
Cedar Grove Academy, Cedar Grove — ^Miss 

Annie Hughes. 
Orange Grove Academy, HiUsboro, R. F. D. 

No. 3— J. F. Greaso'n. 
Chapel Hill High School, Chapel Hill— A. 

F. Hollaman. 
Pamlico Male and Female Institute, Stone- 
wall — H. M. Ainsley. 
Belvidere Academy, Belvidere — Miss Minnie 

White. 
Bethel Hill Institute— Bethel Hill. 
Winter^-ille High School. Winterville— G. E. 

Lineberry. 
Free Will Baptist Theological Seminary, 

Ayden— Elder W. H. Peyton. 
Saluda Seminary — Saluda. 
Franklinsville High School, Franklinsville 

— D. M. Weatherly. 
Shiloh Academy, Aloffitt— F. M. Wright. 
Farmer Institute, Farmer — S. T. Lassiter. 
Bombay Academy — Bombay — J. H. Robert- 
son. 
Why Not Academy and Business Institute, 

Why Not— G. F. Gamer. 
Liberty Normal College, Liberty— T. C. 

Amick. 
Trinity High School, Trinity— B. F. 

Hodgin. 



Ramseur High School, Ramseur— W. P. 

White. 
Reidsville Seminary, Reidsville— H. A. 

Hayes. 
Leaksville-Spray Institute, Leaksville — J. A. 

Beam. 
New Bethel Academy — C. C. Sharpe. 
North Carolina Military Academy, Red 

Springs — W. M. Jones. 
China Grove High School, China Grove— 

P. E. Wright. 
Crescent Academy and Business College, 

Crescent.— J. M. L. Lyerly. 
Dell School, Delway— C. M. Beach. 
Salemburg School; Salemburg — ^Mrs. Mollie 

Edward. 
Ida Mills School, Laurir'ourg, R. F. D. No. 

4— Mrs. L. E. Gibson. 
Cronly Street School, Laurinburg— Miss 

Minnie McKinnon. 
^Vyche Academy, Lauiinburg — Miss Grace 

Schaffer. 
Gibson Academy, Gibson — J. B. Philbeck. 
Fork Academy, Norwood — J. Wilson Smith. 
Norwood High School, Norwood — L. C. 

BlaJoek. 
The Yadkin Mineral Springs Institute, Pal- 

merville — E. F. Eddins. 
Englewood Seminary, Albemarle — ^Miss F. 

E. Ufford. 
New London High SchfiOl, New London— J. 

D. Rankin. 
Germanton Academy, Germanton — J. C. 

Carson. 
Dalton Institute, Dalton— W. A. Flynt. 
Walnut Cove School, Walnut Cove— Miss 

Lizzie Adkins. 
Hanbury School, Danbury— J. T. Smith. 
Brevard Industrial School, Brevard — C. H. 

Trobridge. 
St. Mary's Kindergarten, Raleigh— Miss 

Louise T. Busbee. 
Vi'arrenton Female Academy, Warrenton — 

Miss Lucy Hawkins. 
Skyland Institute, Blo\ving Rock— Miss 

Flagg. 
Lees McRae Institute (Pros.), Banners Elk- 
Rev. Edgar Tufts. 
Valle Crucis Mission &-hool (Epis.), Valle 

Crucis— Rev. H. A. Dobbin. 
Cane Creek Academy, Amantha— P. E. 

Herman. 
Miss Mamie Barber's School— North Wilkes- 

boro. 
Elm City High School, Elm City— A. B. 

Cameron. 
Stanlev McCormick (Pres.), Bumsville — C. 

R. Hubbard. 
Low Gap (Pres.), Athlone — Miss Olive Haze- 

lett. 
Banks Creek (Pres.), Cane River— Miss Mat- 
tie Gray. 
Bethaven (Pres.), Day Book— Miss Mary 

Denlinger. 
Yancey Collegiate Institute (Bap.), Bums- 
ville — E. E. Hawkins. 
Paid Creek College (M<!ih.), Bald Creek. 
Yadkin Valley, Boonville— J. L. Teague. 
Yadkin\'ille Normal, Yadkinville — Z. H- 

Dixon, 
^'adkin Valley, Boonvil'e— J. L. Teague. 



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St. Mary's School 

RALEIOH, N. C 

The Diocesan School (for Girls) of the Carolinas. 

Well known throughout the South. 
Founded in 1842 by Rev. Dr. Aldert Smedes. 

Academic Department includes College and Preparatory- 
Courses. Special Courses in Music, Art, Elocution, and Business 
School. For catalogue and other information, 

Rev. GEORGE W. LAY, Rector 



Courtney High School, Courtney — W. A. 
Helton. 

PUBLIC SCHOOIi TEACHERS. 

ALAMANCE. 

Mrs. L. W. Weathersbee, Elon College. 

Miss Annie G. Webster, Graham, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 
-Miss Carrie Hornaday, Burlington. 

Miss Selma McCanley, Burlington. 

Miss Lillian Lindley, Saxapabaw, No. 1. 

T. W. Stroud. 

Miss Eula Nicholson, Graham. 

H. G. Paris, Saxapahaw. 

Miss Cora Sharpe, Burlington, No. 7. 

Miss Bertine Shepaid, Hartshorne. 

Miss Ella Andrews, RLirlington. 

Miss Ella Anderson, Mebane. 

Miss Julia Etheridge, Elon College, No. 1. 

Miss Pearl Braxton. Snow Camp. 

Miss Ava B. Crawford, Hillsboro. 

Miss Ida H. Lindley, Snow Camp, No. 2. 

R. B. Lineberry, Manndale. 

Miss Daisy M. Richa'-dson, Snow Camp, 
No. 2. 

Miss Helen A. Morrow, Saxapahaw. 

Miss Daisy Page, Burlington. 

Miss Annie E. Williims, Burlington. 

Miss Lula Amick, Borlington, No. 2. 

Mrs. Lona Daffron, Liberty, No. 3. 

Miss Annie Thompson, Graham, No. 1. 

Miss Sara McCuUoclt, Elon College, 
No. 1. 

Miss Esther Lewis, Burlington, No. 8. 

Miss Lova Bowman, 1 iberty. 

Miss Effle Richardson, Snow Camp, No. 2. 

Miss Blanche P. Robinson, Burlington, 
No. 8. 

Miss Sarah Kernodle, Graham. 

Miss Lenora Ellen ^""ranks, Elon College, 
No,. 1. 

Miss Lelia Harriss, Snow Camp, No. 2. 

J. C. McCulloch, Bur'ington, No. 8. 

Miss lone Hornaday, Burlington, No. 7. 

Miss Malona Patterson, Burlington No. 1. 

R. P. Ellington, Saxapahaw. 



Miss Mamie Amick, Kimesville. 
Pressly R. Brown, Stainback. 
Miss Mamie E. Jones, Stainback. 
Miss Nannie Guthrie, Snow Camp, No. 1. 
Miss Cora Patterson, Burlington, N.o 1. 
Miss Minnie Montgomery, Burlington. 
H. E. Stout, Burlington. 
Miss Florence E. Greeson, Burlington, 
No. 4. 

A. L. Lincoln, Elon College. 

Miss Bessie Holiday, Snow Camp. 

Miss Bettie Blackburn, Swepsonville. 

Mrs. J. W. Patton, Elon College. 

Miss Agnes Albright. Graham. 

Thos. G. Smith, Burlington, No. 3. 

Mrs. Delia B. Hurst, Wake Forest. 

Miss M. L. Street, Saxapahaw. 

N. F. Brannock, Mebane. 

Miss Flossie Roberson, Burlington. 

Miss Bettie Garrison, Burlington. 

Miss Sallie Duncan, Burlington, No. 3. 

J. B. Ingle, Snow Camp. 

Miss Jessie H. White, Mebane. 

G. W. Tickle, Elon College. 

Miss Ethel Nelson, Swepsonville. 

J. A. Harward, Liberty. 

J. C. Lassiter, Liberty. 

Miss Mamie Turlington, Union Ridge. 

M. F. Hinshaw, Libeity. 

Miss Rosa Coffin, Saxapahaw, No. 1. 

ALEXANDER. 

C. T. Sharp, Taylorsville. 
Chas. Drum, Stony Point. 
Jerre Price, Stony Point. 
S. M. Johnson, Mt. Pisgah. 
Mrs. Lizzie Green, Hiddcnite. 
Miss Lula Hendrcn. Hiddenite. 
Miss Pattie Beckham, Hiddenite. 
J. R. Beckham, Hiddenite. 
S. D. Gwaltney, Taylorsville. 
J. W. Sims, Stony Point. 
J. T. Linney, Hiddenite. 
Jfrs. May Greene, Hiddenite. 
Mrs. Jennie White, Hiddenite. 
W. A. Queen, Taylorsville. 
Wilson Query, Hiddeni'te. 



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SCHOOL STATISTICS AND SCHOOL TEACHERS. 



Miss Maggie Marsh, IJiddenite. 

Chas. Stephenson, Hiddenite. 

Jay Burke, Taylorsville. 

W. W. Gryder, Taylorsville. 

Mrs. Marv Gryder, Taylors^dlle. 

H. S. Deal, Poors Knob. 

E. V. Bumgamer, Taylorsville. 

Miss Alice Russell, Taylorsville. 

Miss Edna Bumgamer, Taylorsville. 

G. W. Bumgamer, Taylorsville. 

R. S. Barnes, Taylorsville. 

Miss Lydia Bumgamer, Taylorsville. 

E. J. Deal, Poors Knob. 

S. W. Teague, Dealville. 

E. A. Shaver, Taylorsville. 

J. F. Downs, Mt. Bethel. 

Miss Jennie Downs, Dealville. 

W. O. Bowman, Taylorsville. 

A. A. Deal, Taylorsville. 

C. P. Hefner, Tavlorsvalle. 

A. W. Robinson, Bentley. 
J. W. Pierce, Mt. Bethel. 
R. C. Trivett, Boone. 

C. Y. Teague, Granite Falls. 
L. L. Bowman, Tavlorsvalle. 

E. W. Teague, Mt". Bethel. 
J. W. Seroggs, Taylorsville. 
Robt. Echerd, Taylorsville. 
Miss Edith Lackey, Hiddenite. 
R. Lee Teague, Bentley. 

J. A. Cline, Dealville. 
Mrs. John Herman, Taj'lorsville. 
J. A. O.vford, Taylorsville. 
R. L. Finconon, Taylorsville. 

ALLEGHANY. 

W. O. Dixon, Laurel Springs. 
George Muller, Laurel Springs. 

F. v. Taylor, Laurel Springs. 
M. E. Reeves, Laurel Springs. 
Rowan Richardson, L^iurel Springs. 
Miss Fannie Taylor, Laurel Springs. 
Miss Mae Taylor, Laurel Springs. 
C. G. Finder, Whitehead. 

W. C. Caudill, Whitehead. 
Miss Ella Wagoner, Whitehead. 
Miss Agnes Wagoner, Whitehead. 

B. A. Jaines, Brooks. 
M. F. Crouse, Brooks. 

S. F. Thompson, Walls. 
Jno. A. Brooks, Cherrylane. 

C. S. Thompson, Cherrylane. 
C. S. McKnight, Cherrylane. 
Tyre Franklin, Glade Creek. 
Glenn Smith, Hooker. 

W. M. Collins, Ennice. 

B. A. Wagoner, Vox. 

Miss Ettie Kirby, Vox. 

L. C. McMillan, Edwards X Roads. 

W. F. Carrack, Ennioe. 

S. W. Brown, Sparta. 

Miss Ettie Brown, Sparta. 

L. E. Fender, Bledsoe. 

R. G. Tavlor, Plainfield. 

E. L. McMillan, Plainfield. 

E. F. Jones, Plainfield. 

Mae Sanders, Ida. 

Miss Lu!a Richardson, Stratford. 

Oscar Jaines, Stratford. 

O. R. Black, Piney Creek. 

J. T. Evans, Piney Creek. 

Lee Black, Piney Creek. 



Miss Lula Black, Piney Creek. 

Ed. Miller, Piney Cieek. 

Miss Nannie Roupe, Piney Creek. 

Miss Lula Billings, Piney Creek. 

G. G. Parsons, Mouth of Wilson, Va. 

Miss Virgie Parsons, Moutn of Wilson, 
Va. 

Miss Minnie Parsons, Mouth of Wilson, 
Va. 

M. Sawyer, Mouth of Wilson, Va. 

Miss Stella Richardson, Furches. 

Miss Nannie Taylor, Independence, Va, 

Miss Ruby Woodruff, Delphia. 

ANSON, 

J. H. Mclver, Wadessboro. 

Miss Jennie B. Brent, Wadesboro. 

Miss Bessie Ashcraft, Wadesboro. 

Miss Araminta J. Robinson, Wadesboro. 

Miss Louise Craig, Wadesboro. 

Miss Rosa Moore, Wadesboro. 

Miss Lilly Reese Doyle, Wadesboro. 

Miss Lucy Hawkins, Wadesboro. 

Miss Lucretia Lee, Wadesboro. 

Miss Jessie Moore, Wadesboro. 

Miss Ruth Winfield, Wadesboro. 

Misa Eugenia Byrd, Lilesville. 

Miss Annie Mitchell, Wadesboro. 

Miss Emma Flake, Wadesboro. 

Miss Lyda Wills, Lil-sville. 

Miss Nellie Ratcliffe, Lilesville. 

Miss Gussie Waddell, Lilesville. 

Miss Annie Hinson, ree Dee. 

Miss Nena DeBerry, Pee D^e. 

Miss Maggie Wiley, Lilesvilie. 

Miss Mamie Beverly, Wadesboro. 

Randolph Benton, McFarlan. 

Miss Nita Watson, Morven. 

J. C. Crawford, Morven. 

Miss Blannie Edwards, Morven. 

Miss Daisy E. Gray, Morven. 

Miss Lilly Wall, Morven. 

Miss Nannie Gatewood. Wadesboro. 

Miss Sallie Liles, Morven. 

Miss Hattie Gathings, Morven. 

Miss Corrie Byrd, Lilesville. 
Miss Cleva Griggs, Deep Ci'eek. 
Miss Nora J. Boggan, Wadesboro. 

Miss Lelle Ratcliff, Wadesboro. 

Miss Annie W. Crowson, Wadesboro. 

Mrs. Rosa Kate Capel, Wadesboro. 

Miss Cassie Griggs, White Store. 

Miss Lela Goodman, Polkton. 

Miss Rosa Caudle, White Store. 

A. A. Tarlton, Long Pine. 

J. A. Morgan, Polkton. 

Miss Honeycutt, PolVton. 

T. J. Huggins, Peachland. 

Miss Mattie Green, Peachland. 

Miss Esther Maske, Polkton. 

Miss Phoebe Watkins, Poplar Hill. 

R. D. Redfearn, White Store. 

George Parker, Goodman. 

Miss Anna Moore, Peachland. 

Miss Bessie Carpenter, Peachland. 

H. Martin, Polkton. 

Prof. Baucom, Polkton. 

Miss Bessie Hyatt, Hyatt's. 

R. R. Phelps, Ansonvdlle. 

Miss Minnie C. Mcintosh, Ansonville. 

Miss Minnie Wilhoit, Ansonville. 

Miss Marie Hendley, Ansonville. 



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Mrs. A. P. Mills, PolUton. 


W. E. Stuart, Solitude. 




Mrs. N. Martin, Polkron. . 


D. 11. Graybeal, So.itude. 




Miss Lizzie Lentz, AnsonviUe. 


S. W. Janus, Comet 




Miss Vcrna McSwain, AnsonviUe. 


xJ. W. Miller, Comet. 




Miss Sue Pope, Wai'.tsboro. 


J. G. Welch, Edison. 




Miss Susie Collins, Pcaclilaud. 


S. Miller, Edisor. 
I. S. Miller, Edison. 




ASHE. 


R. S. Vanoy, Crunipler. 




Miss Dare Woodie, Laurel Springs. 


E. L S xton, Edison. 




Alex Woodie, Laurel Springs. 


JL C. Thompson, Grayson. 




G. \V. Barker, Crunler. 


Doina Graybeal, Hemlock. 




Miss Maud Bower, Orassy Creek. 


Miss Minnie Johnson, Solitude. 




J. R. Bledsoe, Ore Knob. 


E. S. Robinson, Sly. 




Co.x Blues, Nathans Creek. 


L H. Stuart, Brandon. 




J. L. Eller, Crupler. 


R. G. Weaver, Rugbv. Va., R. 


F. D. 


W. L. Luther, Jefferson. 


Wade Kerley, Fleetwood. 




E. J. Johnson, Jefferson. 


A. W. Ratin, Baldwin. 




Mrs. Sailie Graham, Todd. 


Erntst Robinson, Bahiwin. 




Mrs. Morinc Siitli rland, Sutherland. 


E. S. Trivett, B, aver Creek. 




Romulus Robinson, Siy. 


Mrs. Rasa Bolle Littl •, Cvumpler. 


J. W. Jones, Clifton. 


A. C. Black, Woodford. 




W. J. Jonts, Clilton. 


W. T. Cailowav, Wordford. 




R. E. Johnson, Warrensville. 


BEAUFORT. 




Fieldon Shi pherd, Lansing. 


Miss Joella .\hi> o. South Creek. 




Ambrose Shepherd, Pinckton. 


Miss Marcella Willard Washing 


ton, R 


A. J. Miller, Apiile Grove. 


F. V>. No. 1. 




J. E. Weaver, Jefferson. 


^iss Minnie Gurganus, Washir 


gton. 


rv. D. Weaver, Jefferson. 


B. G. Carrowan, Pantego. 




Miss Mav Crowson, Othello. 


Miss Lizzi" Hodg s. Washington 


No. 3 


W. G. Hortzav. Idlewild. 


W. G. Wade, Pin town. 




L. N. K'ller, Fleet ivcod. 


Orvis vSnanow. Washington, No. 


2. 


Miss Jennie Smith, Sutherland. 


Miss Alice V. Jarvis, Haslin. 




I. W. Francis, Brandon. 


G(0. F. Hill. Choeowinity. 




Miss Gertrude Perkins, Hilton. 


Miss Julia Joni s, Wharton. 




P. Graham, Husk. 


Jno. U. L'gg-tt, Robersonville. 




Giles Graham, Husk. 


Jam"s S. Willard, Washington, 


No. 1. 


Wade H. Jones, Be.-lin. 


Miss Effie Jarvis, Has'in. 




W. L. Jones, Berlin. 


W. P. Edwards, Blonnts Creek. 




Laura E. Jones, Berlin. 


Jno. A. (Jriffin. Williamston. 




J. C. Goodman, Beaver Creek. 


R. F. Butler, Chocov inity. 




J. 0. Goodman, Braver Creek. 


Mre. Eth. 1 Tut n, Aurora. No. 


2. 


Miss Celia .\dams, Beaver Creek. 


Mrs. Belle Rmnett, Edward. 




Miss Eula Todd, Jeffe'i^on. 


Gno. M. Hardy, Small. 




Miss AUie Testerman. Jefferson. 


Miss Lena Windley, Washington. 




Miss Bessie Lewis, Solitude. 


R. F. Bennett, Ed\.ard. 





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Miss Sophia Hill, Chocowinity. 

Miss Eva M. D. Latham, Washington. 

Miss Blanche E. Bonrer, South Creek. 

Miss Charity Atkinson, Aurora. 

Miss Annie E. Tripp. Bonnerton. 

Miss Adelaide B. Wa*-8on, Blounts Creek. 

Miss Georgia O. Cot, Edv/ard. 

Miss Lillie M. Williiid, Washington. 

Miss Addie Willard, Washington, No. 1. 

Miss Emma L. Warren, Blounts Creek. 

Walter L. Daniels, Gilead. 

B. D. Daniels, Gilead. 

Miss Stella White, Bath. 

Miss Cora M. Hill, Chocowinity. 

Joseph B. Patrick, Cbocowinity. 

Miss Emily Patrick, Chocowinity. 

Mrs. Sarah Warren, Chocowinity. 

Miss Minta Bonner, Aurora. 

Miss Ada Satterthwaite, Sidney. 

Miss Katie Satterthwiute, Pantego. 

Miss Myrtle Swindell, Belhaven. 

Mrs. A. G. Lane, Aurora. 

Miss Mary C. Gray, Bonnerton. 

J. R. Pinkham, Washington. 

Miss Helen B. Kugler, Washington. 

Mrs. A. L. Bell, Belhaven. 

J. W. Paul, Pungo. 

Miss Lucy Linton, South Creek. 

Mrs. Addie Tyre, Gaylord. 

Miss Irene Tankard, Bath. 

Miss Laura Cravs^ley, Bath. 

Miss Clara Cutler, Jessama. 

Miss Gertrude Cutler, Jessama. 

Miss Lizzie Latham, Beech Grove. 

Miss Daisy Latham, Beech Grove. 

Joseph Gurganus, Washington, No. 3. 

Claud Ross, Bonnerton. 

Miss Alice Woolard, Washington, No. 2. 

Miss Pearl Campbell, W^ashington. 

Mrs. W. R. Bright, Washington. 

Miss Clara J. Cutler, Gilead. 

Miss Irene Braddy, Jessama. 

J. W. Paul, Pungo. 

Miss Agnes D. Hodges, Washington. 

Miss Hilda Darden, Plymouth. 

Miss Caddie Willard, Washington. 

Miss Lizzie Hodges, Washington. 

Miss Gussie Winstead, Winsteadville. 

Miss Ruby Hines, Chocowinity. 

Miss Odessa Grumpier, Pantego. 

Miss Rena H. Shavender, Pantego. 

Mrs. Mary L. Godley. Chocowinity. 

Miss Laura M. Harris, Blounts Creek. 

Miss Edith Hodges, Washington. 

Miss Nannie Adams, Blounts Creek. 

J. N. Rowland, Pinetown. 

Jas. McPerry, Jessama. 

L. L. Burgers, Jessama. 

Mrs. Lizzie M. Paul, Pantego. 

Miss Minnie Roberson, Pinetown. 

Miss Lucy Linton, South Creek. 

Miss Mary E. Midyett, South Creek. 

Mrs. Myra P. Russell, Belhaven. 

Miss Myrtle Swindell, Belhaven. 

L. E. Bennett, Pantego. 

BERTIE. 

Miss Mary W. Askew, Windsor. 
Miss Janie C. Askew, Windsor. 
Miss Julia T. Stokes, Windsor. 
Miss Lizzie B. Stokes, Windsor. 
Miss Nannie Drew, Windsor. 



Miss Cora Drew, Windsor. 

Miss Maella Rice, Windsor. 

Miss Billie Rice, Windsor. 

Miss Pearl Freeman, Windsor. 

Miss Emma Morris, Windsor. 

Miss Lettie Mizell, Windsor. 

Miss Maude Miz< 11, Windsor. 

Miss Etta Maynor, Windsor. 

Miss Laura Gilliam, Windsor. 

Miss Willie Gaskins, Windsor. 

Miss Helen E. Gilliam, Windsor. 

Miss Janie A. Cherry, Windsor. 

Miss Addie Sitterson, Windsor. 

Miss Belva Davis, Windsor. 

Miss Erma Mizell, Windsor. 

Miss Gladys White, Windsor. 

Miss Grover White, Windsor, No. 8. 

Miss Mayme Womble, Windsor, No. L 

Miss Irma Shields, Windsor, No. 2. 

Miss Maggie Shields, Windsor, No. 2. 

Miss Beulah Haggard, Windsor, No. 1. 

Miss Mabel Cowand, Windsor, No. 3. 

Albert Castellow, Windsor, No. 3, 

J. T. Haggard, Windsor, No. 3. 

Rev. C. E. Edwards, Windsor. 

Mrs. Helen Ward, Windsor, No. 1. 

Miss Maude Gurley, Windsor. 

Miss Virgie Garris, Windsor, No. 1. 

Miss Rebecca Harreil, Winasor, No. 4 

Miss Amanda Leary, Colerain, No. 1. 

Miss Meta Leary, Colerain, No. 1. 

Miss Maggie Bradshaw, Colerain. 

Miss Villa Montague, Colerain. 

Miss Pearl Baker, Colerain, No. 1. 
Miss Delia Pierce, Colrrain, No. 1. 
Miss Annie White, Colerain, No. 1. 
Miss Eloise L. Dough, Colerain, No. 1. 

Miss Annie M. Tyler, Colerain, No. 1. 

Miss Cora V. Beard, Colerain. 

Miss Essie Jacocks, Colerain. 

Miss Fannie Jones, Colerain. 

Miss Lillie Harreil, Colerain ,No. L 

A. Bass, Powellsville. 

Mrs. Ella R. Holloman, Cremo. 

Miss Rosa Holloman Cremo. 

A. B. White, Askewville. 

Mrs. Rosa White, Askewville. 

Levi J. Godwin, AhosKIe. 

Miss Annie Cooper, Quitsna. 

Miss Janie Cooper, Quitsna. 

Miss Pearl Sallenger, Woodard. 

Miss Annie Hyman, Woodard, 

J. I. White, Aulander. 

Miss Mollie Mitchell, Aulander. 

Miss Carrie Mitchell, Aulander. 

Miss Bessie Haggard, Aulander. 

Miss Ella Deans, Aulander. 

Miss Eugenia Rawls, Aulander. 

Miss Rosa Bynum, Aulander. 

Miss Mary Vann, Aulander. 

Miss Virgie Parker, Aulander. 

Miss Fannie Castellow, Aulander. 

Miss Clarice Williford, Aulander. 

Miss Kizzie White, Aulander, No. 1. 

Miss Blanche Pritchard, Aulander, No. 2. 

Miss Lizzie Pritchard, Aulander, No. 2. 

Miss Ruth Tayloe, Aulander, No. 1. 

Miss Bettie Tayloe, Aulander, No. 1. 

Miss Janie Tayloe, Aulander, No. 1. 

Miss Vergie Pruden, Aulander, No. 1. 

Miss Mary Wynn, Aulander, No. 1. 

Miss Ella Morris, Aulander, No. 1. 



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Baptist University tor Women 



Located in the heart of 
Churches. School of Arts, 
Elocution, Art, Bible and 
women and seven men. Co 
Principal, Matron, Lady Phy 
ment, furnishings and fare. 
Nurse, Library and Gymnasi 
$160.00-$165.00. 



Raleigh, convenient to Libraries and 
Philosophy and Sciences; of Music, 
Business. Faculty of twenty-eight 
mfort of students looked after by Lady 
sician and Nurse. Excellent equip- 
Board, Literary tuition. Physician, 
um, $194.00 per session; in Club, 



Address R^ T. VANN, Raleigh,N.C. 



Mrs. Bettie Peele, Aulandcr, No. 2. 

Miss Bessie Phelps, Aulander, No. 1. 

Jesse Parker, Lewiston. 

Miss Pauline Cherry, Lewiston. 

Miss Nora Bazemore, Lewiston. 

Miss Sallie Barnes, Lewiston. 

Miss Hattie Joyner, Lewiston. 

Miss Annie Barnes, Lewiston. 

Miss Ivv Harrington, Lewiston. 

Miss Elizabeth Cobb. Kelford. 

Miss Maud Hall, Kelford. 

Rev. J. F. Cole, Roxobel. 

Miss Eunice Watson, Ro.xobel. 

Miss Eva Watson. Roxobel. 

Miss Minnie Jilcott, Roxobel. 

Miss Ollie Liverman, Roxobel. 

Miss Elizabeth Smithwick, Merry Hill. 

Miss Mary G. Capehart, Merry Hill. 

Miss Mattie Britt, Merry Hill. 

Miss Willie Britt, Merry Hill. 

Miss Ida Britt, Merry Hill. 

Miss Caroline Britt, Merry Hill. 

Miss Mittie Phelps, Merry Hill. 

BLADEN. 

W. E. Porter, Abbottsburg. 

Miss Emma Kelly, Abbottsburg. 

Miss Elziava V. Singletarv, Abbotisbiirg. 

F. L. Sellars, Abbottsburg. 
Miss Kate Smith, Clarkton. 

Miss Caroline Johnston, Richardson. 
Miss Mao White, Bladonboro. 

G. B. Johnson, Elizabethtown. 
Miss Katie Corbett, Dublin. 
Miss Lula Gooden, Elizabethtown. 
Miss Bertha Singletary, Bladenboro 
Miss Lena Singlotarv, Bladenboro. 
T. F. Barnes, Bladenboro. 

Miss Maggie Parker, Bladenboro. 

Miss Emma Thompson, Bladenboro. 

Gaston Callihan, Bladenboro. 

C. M. Callihan, Bladenboro. 

Miss Miriam McFayden, Clarkton. 

Miss Ida Brown, CI irkton. 

Miss Katie Buie, Clarkton. 

Thomas Shaw, Elkton 

John W. Worthington, Sliallotte. 

E. M. Parker, Shallotte. 



Miss Ada Early, Aulander, No. 1. 
Miss Flora K. Regis*^cr, Elkton. 
Miss Annie M. Weeks, Rosindale. 
Miss Mary King, Council. 
Miss Cora McNeill, East Arcadia. 
Miss Maggie Shaw, Elizabethtown. 
Miss Viola Shaw, Elizabethtown. 
Miss Sallie Burney, White Oak. 
Miss Alberta Smith, Davidson. 
Miss Zara Shaw, Elkton. 
Miss Irene King, Parkersburg. 
Miss Mary Smith, Parkersburg. 
W. R. Smith, Garland. 
Miss Mona Johnson, Fatima. 
Miss Alice Blow, Elizabethtown. 
Miss Carrie Dunn, Elizabethtown. 
J. A. Gooden, Elizabethtown. 
Miss Carrie Savage, Rosindale. 
Miss Lina Melvin, Parkersburg. 
M. N. Roberson, Elizabethtown. 
Mrs. A. S. McKay, Rosindale. 
Miss Ruble Fredere, Kelly. 
Miss Sudie Bloodworth, Kelly. 
W. J. Ellis, Kelly. 
J. McN. Cromartie, Garland. 
Miss Theressa Patterson, Glengarry. 
Miss Mattie Melvin, Tar Heel. 
Miss Sudie Leonard, Kerr. 
Miss Carrie Sellars, Lerr. 
W. I. Shaw, Fiondike. 
L. E. McDonald, Ivanhoe. 
A. L. Tatum, White Oak. 
Miss Maggie Dunham, White Oak. 
Miss Sabra Monroe, Rosindale. 
C. V. Hines, West Brook. 
Miss Irene Flynn, Rosindale. 
Miss Ella Clark, Rosindale. 
Miss Sudie M. Cain, White Oak. 
W. W. Woodhouse, White Oak. 
Miss Lula Faircloth, White Oak. 
Miss Maggie McCulloch, Populi. 
M. J. Edge, Ellis. 
Miss Georgia Vickers. Ruskin. 

BRUNSWICK. 

J. H. Swain, Shallotte. 
R. N. Swain, Shallotte. 



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Miss Eva Hewett, Shallotte. 

Miss Emma Galloway. Supply. 

Mrs. E. M. Parker, "ShaLotte. 

Miss Blanche Williams, Supply. 

George Gray, \Vinna^ow. 

Miss Olivia Williams, Phoenix. 

Miss Florence Price, Southi-firt. 

Miss Nellie Newton, Southport. 

J. P. Mints, Malmo. 

S. P. Tharp, Southport. 

J. B. McKeithan, Rigan. 

W. H. McKeithan, Ktgan. 

R. B. Hickman, Iredell. 

George McLam, Ire'lell. 

Forney Gore, Iredell. 

W. Scott Milliken, Excelsior. 

Burriss Long, Ash. 

R. M. Edwards, E.xum. 

D. B. Edwards, Exam. 
Miss Finnic Brooks, Seaside. 
R. D. Holden, Supply. 
Joana Stanley, Shaiiotte. 
Miss Whittemore, Southport. 
Mrs. E. W. Sawyer, Winnabiv . 
Miss Daisy Wiuiams, Phcenix. 
Rev. Mizell, Funston. 

Miss Anna Chinnis, Funston. 
Miss Ava Edwards, Exura. 
Miss Vivian Pepper, Southport. 
Miss Eva St. George, Southport. 
Miss Blanche Stacy, Southport. 

BUNC03IBE. 

Miss Bessie bjjruik.e, Leicester. 

Miss Maude Pinner, Ardtn. 

Miss Gertrude We. Is, Sandy Mush. 

Miss Lily Ray, Juno. 

Miss Annis Morgan, Fair View. 

S. O. Ingram, Hi tmore, No. 3. 

E. E. Connor, Candler. 
Augusta Anderson, Candler. 
Miss Ellen Gibbs, Ivy. 

Miss Eugenia Ponder, Cherokee, S. C. 

Miss Rose Henrv, Candler. 

M. S. B am, Cand'rr. 

Miss Mary Peeke, Candler. 

Miss Dora McPhi eters, Candler. 

Paul J. Owen, Candler. 

O. L. Israel, Candler. 

Miss Amy Jtorgan, Candler. 

Miss Dolly Morp-an, Candler. 

Miss Gcnia Briggs, Candler. 

Frank L. Wells, Leicester. 

C. E. Jervis, Leicester. 

Miss Irene Gudger, Candler. 

Miss Bertha Hughes. Leicester. 

P. V. Reeves, Leicester. 

Fulton McKinnoy, Democrat. 

Miss Sallie Willie Hunter, Alexander. 

Miss B u'ah Burns, .•Vnsonville, No. 1. 

Wade R. Hunter. Alexander. 

Miss Minnie Gibbs, Ivj 

H. A. Angel, Alexander. 

J. M. Ingram, Biltmore, N*^. .3. 

Miss Eloise M. Candler, Candler. 

Mrs. C. E. Croft, Asheville, No- 4. 

G. M. Holcombe, Burnsville 

M. C. Perry, Connelly Springs. 

Miss Grace Shook, New Found. 

Abntr L. Barnes. Asheville No. 4. 

Miss Magg:ie McKay, Asheville, No. 4. 

Miss Hattie Glenn, Arden. 



Miss Jennie Whit&ori 'jle,. Inglis. 

Miss Jennie GaT , Kietcher, No. 2. 

Miss Jessie Thompso:., KflanO. 

Mrs. Mary Garr n, ^ • dii,.. No. 2, 

W. H. Jones, Fa.i > lew. 

Miss Maude Hai'is i-ai View. 

Miss Pearl Weavnr. i":ij. Vu w. 

H. C. Smith, Gr :r .- C. 

Miss Lula Reed, 'a,jr View 

S. J. MoiTell, 1 dir View. 

Mrs. S. .1. .■\shw.i'ih. Fair View. 

C. A. Miller, Fair \ >ew. 
Dexter Parham, .\shoville. 

Miss Hattie Garrison Weav^rville. 

R. C. Sales, Skyland. 

Haskew Shook, New Found. 

Miss Male \>arlick, Ohveland Mills. 

J. C. M. Valentine, Swannanoa. 

Miss Ne;.a Buttrick, Swannanoa. 

D. C. Tuck r, Asheville, No. 3. 
Miss Eleanor Hildebrand, Asheville. 
Miss B.ssie Fortune. Asheville. 

Mi'S Minnie Morgan, Asheville, No. 3. 
Mi's Lillie B. Stephenson, Asheville, 

:;o. 3. 

J. D. Gardner, Asheville, No. 3. 
Miss Eula Buttrick, Ashn-ille, No. L 
Miss Daisy Ho combe. Mars Hill. 
Stephn Morgan, As^ieville. 
Miss Genevieve Weavtr. Weaverville. 
Miss Emma Lou Mallonee, B.ack Moun- 
tain. 

Grove Woodward, Democrat. 

Miss Rosa Hemijliill, Gun Inglis. 

Miss Clara Webb, Asheville. 

J. L. Reeves, .\cton. 

Miss Birtie Wa ser, Asheville. 

J. W. Bradley, Mars Hill. 

Miss Fannie Kimb: rlev, Asheville. 

Miss Etta R.yno.ds, Leicester. 

Miss Attie R vnolds, Leicester. 

B.n Hall. Gem. 

Miss Eugenia White, Alexander. 

Miss Esta Gibbs, .\sheville. 

F. A. Justice, Clyde, No. 1. 

Miss Minnie Lyda, Weaverville. 

Miss Bonnie Kat° Roaf;an, Weaverville. 

Miss Bertha Pioffitt, Weaverville. 

Miss Minnie Brank, Brankton. 

Mrs. L. W. Roberts. 

J. F. Edwards, Dcmi,crat. 

B. L. Edwards, Demrcrat. 

S. W. Radford, Asheville. 

Miss Effie Garrison, Weaverville. 

Miss Hattie Dil'ingliam, Morgan Hill. 

Miss Johanna F-jx, Jnpiter. 

J. U. Tague, Wi avTvil'e. 

J. F. Check, Morgan Hill. 

Miss Mrda Bradley, Morgan Hill. 

W. L. Edwards, Dem ,crat. 

M. C. Buckner, D moerat. 

A'aughty Murray. Drn:ocrat. 

Edna Dickson, Barnardsville. 

Z. A. Rochslle, Barnardsville. 

Miss Annie McDonald. Barnards\-ille. 

J. Baird Edwards, Barnardsville. 

Robert Edwards, Democrat. 

Miss Mattie Morgan. Morgan Hill. 

Miss Bertha Ab rn-thy. Dillingliam. 

B. M. Weir, Dillingham. 

Miss Elizabeth Foreman, Montreat. 



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Presbyterian College for Women 

CHMLOTIE, N. C 
Rev. J. R. BRIDGES, D. D., President 

Sent! for Catalogue. 

BUILDING — The largest and finest in the State. Recently 
built. Elegantly furnished. 

CONVENIENCES — Hot and Cold Baths, Steam Heat, Gas. 
Bed-room limited to two girls each. Fire escapes. 

ADVANTAGES — Situate d in center of city on a flve-acre lot. 
Finely equipped Gymnasium, with regular gymnasium coui'se. 
Largest Pipe Organ in the .South. Music and Art Specialties. 

FACULTY — Full Faculty of Experienced Teachers. 

RATES — Lower tlian any School of tlie same grade in tlie State. 



Miss Mary Leeper, Montrcat. 

Miss Alice Flowers, Goldsiioro. 

Miss Daisy Brown, B ack Mountain. 

Miss Delia" V. Burnett, Black Mountain. 

G. H. Blankenship, Alexander. 

Miss Jeanttte Gudger, Candler. 

Miss Eugenia Roberts, Alexander. 

Miss Minevia Brittain, Weaverville. 

Mrs. Florpnce Mosei°y, Ashcville. 

Miss Merkie Roberts, Alexander. 

Miss Jeness B\)Hv-n i-, Alexander. 

BURIvE. 
Guy Kerby, MoigaiUuii. 
Miss Pearl Holloway, Morganton. 
Robt. Tate, Morganton. 
Miss Katie Tate, Morganton. 
Mias Bu' na Laxton, Morganton. 
Miss Ada Pearson. Morganton. 
Hester Ordens, Morganton. 
Winifred Whisnant, Morganton. 
Miss Lola Ervin, Morganton. 
Miss Iva Erwin, Mmganton. 
Miss Olive Waters, Morganton. 
Miss Gladys Waters, Morganton. 
Jfiss Carrie Kincaid, Alorganton. 
Miss Ellie Ervin, Morganton. 
Miss Mav Lackey, Morganton. 
Miss Lillie Rodrirk, Morsranton. 
Miss Edith Wliisnant, Morganton. 
Parke Nanty, Morganton. 
Miss Sue Simmons, Morganton. 
C. P. Prutt, Glen Alpine. 
Miss Lucile Hood, Chesterfield. 
Miss Virgie Hood, Chesterfield. 
Miss Lillie Morris, Rutherford College. 
L. K. Province, Rutherford College. 
Miss .Tennie Lunsford. Rutherford College. 
Miss Zilpah Lunsford, Rutherford College. 
Miss Belle Lunsford, Rutherford College. 



Miss Jennie Hudson, Connelly Springs. 

J. E. Yount, Granite Falls. 

Will Moore, Fonta Flora. 

Miss Mary A. McGrimsey, Fonta Flora. 

Will Patton, Fonta Flora. 

Joe Benfield, Dogwood. 

Miss Minnie Haliyburton, Chesterfield. 

Miss Flossie Cox, Jcy. 

Miss Belle Corpening, Worry. 

Bynum Jones, Gibbs. 

Rufus Carswell, Enola. 

Afiss Etta Chapman, Enola. 

Miss Sarah Mull, Enola. 

Miss Maud McFalls, Table Rock. 

Ivev Hoyle, Shoups Ford. 

J. "W. Beach, Hild.bran. 

CABARRUS. 

Miss Zeta Blackwclder, Concord, No. 4. 
Miss Annie Lee Coffey, Concord, No. 4. 
Mrs. Martha Walker, Concord, No. 4. 
Miss Ethel Chester, Gold Hill, No. 2. 
Miss Katherine Kluttz, Gold Hill, No. 2. 
Miss Lena Barringer, Gold Hill, No. 2. 
Miss Trannie Coughrnan, Mt. Pleasant. 
Miss Mary Helig. Mt. Pleasant. 
Afiss Nora Kluttz, Mt. Pleasant. 
Miss Laura Efird, Concord, No. 4. 
Miss Annie Brumljy, Mt. Pleasant, 
I;. F. D. 
Afiss Cora Sloop, Concord, No. 6. 
Miss Fapnie McCurdy, Concord, No. 6. 
Afiss Ollie Clin?, Concord. 
Atiss Nannie White, Concord, No. 7. 
Aliss Sallie Belle White, Concord, No. 6. 
Aliss Estelle Alorrison, Concord, No. 6. 
Aliss E\elyn Grier, Harrisburg. 
Aliss Alryt'e Harris, Harrisburg, R. F. D. 
Iva B. Townsend, Concord. No. 1. 
Aliss Ida Blackwelder, Harrisburg, No. 3. 



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Miss Florence Blackwelder, Harrisburg, 
R. F. D. Nn » 
Miss Cora Johnson, Concord, No. 1. 
Miss Emma Corriher, Concord, No. 2. 
Miss OlUe CorrihiT, Concord, No. 2. 
Miss Lula Morrison, Concord, No. 2. 
Miss Mary Isenhour, Concord, No. 2. 
Miss Cora Isenhour, Glass. 
Miss Ada Isenhour, Glass. 
Miss Ollie Cook, Kannapolis. 
Miss Lizzie Wallace, Glass. 
Opha Barrier. Concord, No. 2. 
Miss Helen Wharton, Concord. 
Miss Louanna Barnhardr, Concord, No. 3. 
Mrs. Maggie Vance, Concord. 
Miss Fannie Bost, Carriker, R. F. D. 
Miss Jennie Hartsell, Smith's Ford. 
H. C. Ridenhour, Concord, No. 4. 
John A. Suther, Concord, No. 4. 
G. H. Jeffcoat, Gold Hill, No. 2. 
W. M. Cruse, Gold Hixi. No. 2. 
Rev. W. M. Cruse, Gold HiJl. 
J. L. D. Barringer, Concord, No. 5. 
Joe Bost, Concord, No. 5. 
L. J. Hunter, Harrisburg, No. 1. 
D. W. Moose, Harrisburg. 
A. H. Peninger, Concord, No. 1. 
M. J. Shinn, Concord, No. 3. 

D. A. Patterson, Coiicord. 

H. C. Cook, Harrisburg, R. F. D. 

H. W. Query, Concord. 

W. W. Anderson, Georgeville. 

Clell Caldwell, Best's Mills. 

L. W. Tucker, Concord, No. 7. 

Will Long, Carriker. 

Hall Black, Carrikjr. 

H. T. Baker, Carriker, R. F. D. 

CALDAATEIili. 

J. L. Harris, Lenoir. 
J. T. Jones, Lenoir. 
Miss Maude England, Lenoir. 
Miss Mary E. Coffey, Lenoir. 
Miss Callie McNarie, lenoir. 
Miss Mabel HoiTman. Lenoir. 
Miss Celeste Henkel, Lenoir. 
Miss Laura Faucette, Lenoir. 
Miss Lula AVakefeld, Lenoir. 
Mrs. Susie W. Fullf^r, Lenoir. 
Miss Pansy Greene, I.enoir. 
J. L.. Hendren, Granite Falls. 
Miss Lucv Jones, Granite Falls. 
Miss Ethel Terrill, Granite Falls. 
Miss Bulah Lutz, Gianite Falls. 
Miss Jennie Shelley, Rhodhiss. 
Miss Bettie Watson, Rhodhiss. 
W. L. Winkler, Hudson. 
Miss Daisy Gragg, iludson. 
Miss Lillie Reece, Lenoir, No. 1. 
Miss Emma W^hite. 1 cnoir. No. 1. 
V. H. Beach, Lenoir, No. 1. 
F. H. Laxton, Lenoir, No. 1. 
J. B. Echard, Alkalithia Springs. 

E. D. Crisp. Lenoir. 

L. J. Curtis, Hartland. 
Miss D'ora Tuttle, Gamewell. 
Miss Maggie Kincaid, Lenoir. 
R. G. Mace, Lenoir. No. 3. 
S. M. McCall, Lenoir. 
J. M. Isbell, King's Creek, No. 1. 
Miss Mossie Pennell, Lenoir. 
Miss Bertha Steele, Patterson. 



R. L. Teague, Tozo. 
Miss Fannie Laxton, Lenoir, No. 1. 
J. P. Winkler, Lenoir, No. 2. 
W. R. Miller, Lenoir, No. 2. 
Miss Lizzie Carlton, Lenoir, No. 1. 
Miss Pearl Blair, Lenoir, No. 2. 
Miss Delia Blair, Lenoir, No. 2. 
R. L. Austin, Dealville. 
L. R. Simms, Hudson. 
G. W. Sherrill, Granite Falls, No. 1. 
T. G. Teague, Granite Falls, No. 1. 
I. A. Tolbert, Rhodhiss. 
Miss Fannie Fox, Lenoir, No. 2. 
Miss Anna Estes, Cjllettsville. 
Lloyd Smith, Granite Falls, No. 2. 
Miss Fannie Greer, Patterson. 
R. L. Miller, Finley. 
H. L. Bolick, Blowing Rock. 
W. C. Crisp, Lenoir, No. 4. 
Miss B. A. La.Kton, Lenoir, No. 4. 
Miss Jennie Downs, Dealville. 
Miss Kincaid, Collettsville. 
Mi':s Storie, Patterson. 
W. M. P^ancum, Globe. 
Francis Hawkins, Yadkin Valley. 
Miss Frances Isbell, King's Creek, No. 1. 
Miss Ella Deal, Naoma. 
Miss Josephine Murph}'. Mortimer. 
Miss Maude Torrence, Lenoir. 
Miss Belle Hartley, Globe. 
Miss Mary E. Perkins. Globe. 
Miss Docia Coffey, Gragg. 
Miss Effie Pearson, Kelsey. 
CA3IDEN. 
Miss Louise X. Ferebce, Shiloh. 
W. L Halstead, South Mills. 
Miss Dnrntha Sawver, South Mills. 
J. A. Whitehead, South Mills. 
Miss Sue C. Galloway, Lilly. 
Miss Bertha Brothers, Lilly. 
Miss Mary Elliott, Camden. 
Miss Clintonia Cartwright. Camden. 
Miss Sarah Hobson, Camden. 
Miss Essie Ferebee, Camden. 
Miss Mary Bell, Belcross. 
W. J. Burgess, Shiloh. 

D. H. Til.Ht. Shiloh. 
C. B. Garrett, Shiloh. 

E. T. Burgess, Shiloh. 

Miss Mary A. Forbes, Shiloh. 

Silas Forbes, Oldtrap. 

M. N. Toxey, 01dt:-ap. 

M. P. Jennings, South Mills. 

Miss Eula Browning, South Mills. 

Miss Sarah Harris, Lilly. 

Miss Bettie Galloway, Belcross. 

Miss Emma Pegram. Indiantown. 

CARTERET. 
Miss Helen Russell, Beaufort. 
Miss May Hellen. Beaufort. 
Miss Mamie Pelletier, Beaufort. 
Miss Lena Hellen, Beaufort. 
M. A. Hill, Beaufort. 
Miss Cora Dellemar, Beaufort. 
Miss Mattie Duncan, Beaufort. 
L. A. Garner, Beaufort. 
J. R. Jinnett, Beaufort, No. 1. 
Iri'in W. Russell, Beaufort, No. 1. 
Miss Nellie Piver, Beaufort, No. 1 
Miss Rosa Felton, Beaufort, No. 1 
W. C. Murdock, Wildwood. 



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GREENSBORO, N, C 



Lilterary and business courses. Schools of music, art and elo- 
cution. Finest advantages, and moderate terms. 

FALL SESSION begins Wednesday, September 9th, 1908. For 
catalogue apply to 

MRS. LUCY H. ROBERTSON, President, Greensboro, N. C. 



Hugh Murdock, Wildwood. 

Macy Weeks, Pelletiers. 

Mrs. J. L. Savage, Straits. 

Miss Alma Savage, Straits. 

Miss Ida Savage, S+raits. 

R. C. Holton, Atlantic. 

Miss Nannie B. Gillikin, Settle. 

Miss Annie Hoskett, Newport. 

Miss Georgia Hoskett, Newport. 

Samuel LefFcrs. Gloucester. 

F. G. Tutcn, Stace.v. 

Miss Beatrice Weeks. Stella. 

Miss Bertha O. Bell, Newport. 

Mrs. Rosalind Baxter, Harlowe. 

Miss Nellie V. Styron, Wit. 

Mrs. Hattie Edwards, Morehead City. 

J. B. Paul, Lukens. 

Miss Lillian Brinson, Newport. 

Harvey Styron, Davi>^'. 

Miss Bettie Gillikin, Otway. 

Miss Margaret Ennett, Cedar Point. 

A. D. Ennett, Cedar Point. 

CASWELL. 

Miss Mattie Patiilo, Union Ridge, No. 1. 

T. W. Stroud, Union Ridge. No. 1. 

Mrs. Bessie Boswell, Union Ridge, No. 1. 

Miss Golder Martin, Yanceyville. 

Miss Annie Harrelson. Yanctyville. 

Miss Carrie Slade, Yanceyville. 

Miss Nannie Martin, Yanceyville. 

Miss Katie Compton. Yanceyville. 

.T. W. Bennett, Yanceyville. 

Miss Margaret Page, Yanceyville. 

Miss Maud Braswell, Fitch. 

Miss Ida Anderson, Altamahaw, No. 2. 

Miss Mattie Gilliam, Altamahaw, No. 2. 

Mrs. Mary E. Matkins, Altamahaw, No. 2. 

Miss Rebecca Ncal, Mclver, No. 1. 

Mrs. A. M. Turner, Mclver, No. 1. 

Miss Erma Shelton, Mclvrr, No. 1. 

Miss R. C. He>'^'ood, Blackwells. 

Miss Annie M. King. Blackwells. 

Miss Mattie Rice, QutcK. 

Miss Mary Brown, Locust Hill. 

Miss Helen Graves, ]>ashurg. 

Miss lola Fitzgerald, Pelham. 

Miss Lucile Watkins, Blanch. 

Miss Edna Watkins, Blanch. 

Miss Mattie Wilson, Danville, Va., No. 5. 

Miss Parke B'air, Danvil'e, Va., No. 5. 

Miss Mabel Lyons, Danville, Va., No. 5. 

Miss Lilly Giles, MiHon. 

Miss Ethel Moore, Blanch, No. 1. 

Mrs. Mattie Jennings. B'anch, No. 1. 

Miss Mamie Powell. Branch, No. 1. 

Miss Blanch Pinchback. Blanch, No. 1. 



Miss Annie Taylor, Milton, No. 1. 
Miss Mary Rainey, Miiton, No. 1. 
Tom Bryan, Milton. 
W. O. Petty, Milton. 
Mrs. G. T. Landsdelle, Semora. 
Miss Helen Smith, Memora. 
Miss Fannie Kernodle. Semora. 
Miss Fannie Sergeant, Leasburg. 
Miss Bessie Stephens, Leasburg. 
Miss Bessie Graham, Leasburg. 
Miss Bessie Featherstone, Leasburg. 
Miss Bessie Thompson, Leasburg. 
Miss Ada Love, Leasburg. 
Mrs. L. M. Forville, Topnot. 
Miss Nannie Warren, Prospect Hill. 
Miss Myrtle Warren, Prospect Hill. 
Miss Leonora Harris, Mebane. 
CATAWBA. 

A. P. Whisenhunt, Hickory. 
Miss Beulah Frazier, f lurmont. 
Miss Lizzie Whitener, Newton. 
Miss Olive D'uke, Newton. 
Miss Cora Yount, Conover. 
Miss Alma Danner, Catawba. 

B. W. Miller, Hickory. 

C. E. Beaver, Maiden. 

Miss Belle Clippard, Maiden. 

Miss Stella Yoder, Hickory. 

Miss Lala Travis, Conover. 

C. S. Little, Conover. 

W. W. Ervin, Catawba. 

H. B. Yount, Hickory. 

J. E. Hoover, Reepsville. 

Miss Belle Rockett, Conover. 

L. C. Huffman, Hickory. 

H. P. Lutz, Newton. 

Miss Claudia Weaver, Hickory. 

Miss Bessie Holler, Niwton. 

J. L. Cromer, Maiden. 

Miss Nora Beatty, Sherrill's Ford. 

Miss Blanche Scronci'. Newton, No. 1. 

R. N. Whisenant. Maiden. 

J. A. Gabriel, Sh'-rrill's Ford. 

E. J. Speagic, Honry. 

P. C. Henry, Conover. 

C. E. Long, Newton. 

Miss Katie Hoover, Reepsville. 

J. L. Rolick, Hickory. 

J. D. Fisher, Sh'Trill'.'r Ford. 

Geo. D. Baker, Hickory. 

.1. W. Blackburn, Hickory. 

H. L. Ferguson. Cherryville. 

Baxter Baker, HickorT. 

Miss Bertie Foard, Hickory. 

Cloyd Miller, Hickory. 

J. W. Mouser, Hickory. 



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Miss Lula Drum, Catawba. 

Jliss Hattie Withcrsp'jon, Newton. 

Miss Janie Slunian, Catawba. 

F. A. Smyre, Conover. 

C. M. Yodcr, Hickoij. 

Chas. T. Fulbriglu, Hickory. 

Miss Emma Luiz, N?A'ton. 

R. L. Wliitcner, Hickory. 

Miss Aiitlua Drum, Catawba. 

Miss Eva E. Smith, fonover. 

C. 0. Smitli, Clarmont. 

Jfiss Jessie Lawrance, Catawba. 

Miss Nora Lawrance, Cata^vba. 

N. L. Huffman, Hickory. 

A. Q. Isenliower, Conover. 

Sfiss Bertlia Herman, Conover. 

Jliss Elizabeth Hermar, Conover. 

Miss Etta Baker. Hickory. 

Mrs. John Slierrill, Catawba. 

W. C. McKinnis, Catasvba. 

Miss Novella Cook, Lincolnton. 

J. Z. Martin, Hinrv. 

O. B. Foy, Catawba. 

Wni. Hoover, Newton. 

Miss Clara Powell, Hickory. 

Grovor Whit''ner, Newton. 

Tate H. Caldwell. Neivton. 

Geo. W. Hahn, Hickory. 

J. D. Johnson, Honry. 

R. C. Johnson, Henry. 

Miss Carrie Thornton, Newton. 

Baxter >rorrow, Claremont. 

C. E. Rudisin. Mai.ien. 

L. H. Houss, Sherrills; Ford. 

Geo. C. Herman, Conover. 

Miss Eu^a Yount, Conover. 

Miss Miriam Yount, Conover. 

Mrs. J. W. Williams. Maiden. 

John Harwell. Catawba. 

A. C. Sherrill, Monbo. 

Miss Annie Rams, Monbo. 

J[iss Bessie Rutlidg:?, Monbo. 

0._ E. Mcintosh, Nowton. 

Miss .Josephine Miirphy. Hickory. 

Jos. A. Rice, Conovt^r. 

S. S. Rpisler, Conover. 

E. L. Whitener, Hickory. 

CHATHAM. 

0. P. Ruth, Siler Ci^v. No. 2. 

Miss Annie Buckner. Si'er City. No. 1. 

Mrs. Linnie Buckner. Siler City, No. 2. 

Miss Anna P^arce. Si'er Citv, No. 2. 

Mont T. Bobbitt. Siler City,' No. 1. 

T. S. Harris, Frosty. 

T. v. RiRsrsbee, Byr.um, No. 1. 

C. A. Snipes, Bynum, No. 1. 

J. T. Jerome, Bvnum. 

John A. Purvis, Boaz. 

Charlie R. Jones, Boaz. 

.John K. Myrick, Boaz. 

Miss Daisy Ellis. Ore Hill, No. 1. 

Miss Mary Bynum, Goldston. 

Miss Lorena Tea<rue, Rear Creek, No. 1. 

Miss Nova Hard n. Harp'-r's X Roads. 

A. B. Phillips. Fall Creek. 

Frank I. Paschal, Causey. 

Miss Fannie C. Campb'^H, Haywood. 

Miss Laura Brvan, Moncure. 

Mrr. W. R. Bullock, Pittsboro. 

Miss Addie Strausrhan, Pittsboro. 



1. 
1. 



Miss Marg-aret Thomas. Pittsboro. 
H. W. Farrell, Pittsboro, No. 1. 
A. B. Stalvey. Pittsboro. 
Mrs. Mattie Thompson, Pittsboro. 
Miss Lena Turrcntine, Pittsboro, No. 2. 
Miss Hattie G. Phillips, Goldston, No. 1. 
Cliarles Forrester, Goldston, No. 
Miss Anna Stutts, Goldston, No. 
Miss Lil'ie Siler, Bear Creek. 
Miss Mavy Cole. Goldston. 
W. H. Tvler, Gold'ston. 
S. J. Hu=keth, Silk Hope. 
Miss Ida McCuDock, Siler City, No. 1. 
Miss Bessi" Lamb". Siler City, No. 1. 
Walter Mann, Pittshoro. No. 2. 
Miss Rochina Stuart, Snow Camp, No. 1. 
Miss Alma R. Thompson, Snow Camp, 
No. 2. 

Miss Bettie Lutter'oh, Manndale. 
W. C. Dou.er'ass, Siler City. 
Miss Mary Smith, Siler City. 
James L. Tysor, Sile" City. 
^fiss Corni" Henlev. Ore Hi^l. 
Miss Jan°tt" C. MoRae, Ore HilL 
Miss Flora .Jordan. Br"=h Creek. 
Miss Laura J. Mnore. Mt. Vernon Springs. 
Lewis Pool, New Hill. No. 1. 
C. P. .J°rome, Pittsboro. 
R. D. AValters, Siler Citv. 
H. F. Richardson. Siler City. 
Miss Florence Whit", Or" Hill. 
Edwin W. Cook. Merry Oaks. 
A'iss Addio f'-'Miiirch. Apex. No. 
Mrs. Annio McKov, Anex. R. F. 
Jliss T. Kthel R\Td, Pittsboro, No. 
Jtiss Afnxi'^ Knight. J^ock-(nl'e. 
Jfiss El'a JIao Knight, Sanford, No. 
Jfiss Mattie Harward. Rosewood. 
Miss Sadie Hnrward, Ros°wnod. 
Miss Alic" Williams. Sanfnrd, No. 
JTiss Ruth jr. Hinshaw. Roscoe. 
J'iss R'^lva Chefk, Rcscoe. 
Jfiss Jfami° Oatf^s. .Morrisvi'l". No. 1. 
'Afioa Flni-d Har'vard. Mnrrisvillp, No. 1. 
Jfiss Beatrice Council. Jforri'sville, No. 1. 
Jfiss Fmma Tat^a. Appx. Nn. .S. 
Jfiss Rose Bland, Rivs Chapel. 
Miss Jfaria Street, Sili^r City. 
Jfrs. H. R. .Jon^s. Peoples. 
A. JI. Walt-rs Sil°r Pity. 
Jfiss Emma Cooke, Lindhur^t. 
J. AV. Phil'ips. .Jr., Ore Hi'l. No. 1. 
Jfiss Fmma Prnwn, Or° Hi'l, No. 1. 
Jfiss Ida BeHo wick»r. Jfoncure, No. I. 
Jfiss Jfarv Jfavnard. Siler City. 
Jfios .T"nnie Jfnrrow, Siler Cit}'. 
Jfiss Jfamie Robin'^on, SiIt City. 
Jfiss B^rta Jfav. Merrv Oaks. 
Jfiss E'i/a Jfosos, Ccldston. 
Jfiss Gvnsie Barker. Sil^r Citv. 
Jfiss Eula Rrav. Or° Hill. No. 1. 
.J. E. Smith. SilT City. No. 1. 
Jfrs. Sankio Norwood. Bear Creek. 
Jfiss Elizabeth Brooks. Jferry Oaka. 
Jfiss Pearle .Johnson. Pittsboro. 
Eddie R. Smith, feilpr City, No. 1. 
W. Jff-rritt Bu'-ns, Cumnock. 
F'ovd E. Wnmb'e, Siler City. 
Jfiss Stella Smith. Siler City. 
Jfrs. Jessie P. Rives. Bear Creek. 
N. R. Dixon. Siler Citv. 



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1851 



1907 



Horner Military 
School 

Classical, Scientific and English Courses. 

prepares for College, University or the Government Academies. 

Military training develops prompt obedience and manly car- 
riage. Academy 56 years old with experienced teachers and limit 
of 90 boarding pupils, who dine with the principal and ladies of his 
family, securing the culture of home life. Cultivates and educates. 

Modern Buildings, Perfect Sanitation, Wholesome Fare, No 
Crowding. 

Best moral, mental, physical and social training. Shady lawns, 
athletic park, one quarter mile running track. Ideal climate, help- 
ful environment. In the social atm'^sphere of refined Christian 
people. The town noted for over a century as an educational 
center. 

Charges, $280 per year. 

J. C. HORNER, A. B., A. M., Principal, 

Oxford, N. O. 



R. H. Culberson, Siler City, No. 2. 
Wiss Ethel F. Jchnson, Apex, No. 3. 
W. Lee Farrell, PittsDoro. 
Mrs. D .L. Webster, Siler City. 
Mrs. M. A. Barber, Pittsboro. 

CHEROKEE. 
T. J. Hill, Murphy. 
A. L. Martin. Suit. 

Miss Maggie Cunningham Murphy, No. 2. 
Misa Abbie Barnett, Murphy. 
Mrs. P. M. Regan, Andrews. 
Misa Jesse Mauney, Murphy. 
Oscar Johnson, Vests. 
R. A. Cunningham, Murphy, No. 2. 
J. H. Allison, Murphy. 
J. E. Hall, Suit 
M. D. Hall, Suit. 
Misg Diona Hartuess, Murphy. 
Miss Mae Hartness. Murphy. 
H. C. Ricks, Murphy. No. 2. 
Harvey Martin, Murphy, No. 2. 
Miss Delia Martin, Murphy, No. 2. 
Jeff Martin, Murphy, No. 2. 
W. K. Johnson, Murphy. 
Geo. Hogscd, Murphy. 
Miss Bessie Dockery, Coalville. 
Miss Willie Trull, Andrews. 
Miss Vienna Stewart, Murohy. 
Mrs. C'ara Sherrill, Murphy. 
Misa P-ertha Ma^'field, Murphy. 
Jno. H. Harwood, Murphy. 
Miss Irene Wells, Tomotla. 
W. E. Moore, Murphy, No. 1. 
R. V. Dean, hanger. 
J. E. Keener, Brady. 



R. B. Wells, Tomotla. 
S. M. Odell, Grandview. 
Miss Anna B. Cunninsrham, Murphy, 
No. 2. 
J. V. Parker, Marble. 
Miss Pearl V. Parker, Marble. 
W. B. Sneed, Murphy, No. 1. 
Miss Laura Stalcup, Murphy, No. 3. 
Miss Lena Abernathr, Murphy. 
Allen Shearer, Patrick. 
Walter Vogles, Grape Creek. 
J. E. Crutchfleld, Andrews. 
W. J. Barton, Marbie. 
Miss Lillie Deweese, Murphy. 
Jacob Abernethy, Grandview. 

CHOWAN. 

Mrs. Maggie Baker, Edenton. 
Miss Fannie Webb, ?-.denton. 
Miss Cora E. Byrum, Edenton. 
Miss Helen Watson, Edenton. 
Miss M. E. Parker, Edenton. 
Miss Mae Simpson, Edenton. 
Miss Dixie C. Hollowell, Edtnton. 
Miss Katie Fleetwood. Tyner. 
Miss Hattie V. Harrell, Tyner. 
Mrs. C. W. Perry, Tyner. 
Mrs. Mary E. Holloweil, Tyner. 
Miss Mary Griffin, Ryland. 
Miss Mary Prudtn, Ry'and. 
Miss Madora Hurdle, Gliden, 
W. H. Welch, Gliden. 
Wm. C. Chappell, Belvidere. 

CLAY. 
R. C. Allison, Hayesville. 



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Jarrett Thompson, Hayesville. 

Luther Swanson, HayLSville. 

A. D. Evans, Hayesville. 

R. E. Crawford, Hayesville. 

Miss Lura Sullivan, Hayesville. 

Miss Lizzie Haigler, Hayesville. 

Miss Juliott Davis, Hayesville. 

Miss Bertha Johnson, Hayesville. 

Miss Mary Ray, Elf. 

Miss Mary Patton, Elf. 

Otto Wakirop, Elf. 

Miss Belle Waldrop, Elf. 

J. H. Haigler, Brasstown. 

Abner Chastin, Bra=>;t-' ^^•-n. 

CLEVELAND. 

O. J. Lattiiiiort.', LalLiinuie, No. 1. 

J. Gaff. Lattimore, Lattimore, No. 1. 

V. Gazzie Turner, Shelby, No. 3. 

Miss Maude Turner, Shelby, No. 3. 

Miss Buena V. Green, Mooresboro, No. 2. 

Miss Marietta Moore, Mooresboro, No. 2. 

Miss Cora McSwain, i^attimore. 

Miss Mabel Jetton, Shelby. 

Miss Lucy Kiser, Kind's Mountain. 

Miss S. Ix)u Green, Shelby, No. 6. 

T. Yates Blanton, Mooresboro. 

W. D. Putnam, Stubbs. 

S. Lee Dellinger, Sholby, No. 1. 

Stough Miller, Waco. 

H. Claude Sisk, Waco. 

Miss Belva Hamriek, Shelby, No. 2. 

Miss Nina E. Lowery, Patterson Springs. 

Miss Kate Elliotte, Shelby. 

Miss Clayton Cline, Shelby. 

Miss Maggie Cline, Slielby, No. 5. 

Miss Susie Borders, Shelby, No. 7. 

Josie E. Spake, Shelby, No. 1. 

ifiss Annie E. Spake, Shelby, No. 1. 

Miss Mamie V. Gold, Shelby, No. 5. 

Virgil A. Gardner, Shelby, No. 6. 

Chivus C. McSvvain, Lattimore. 

E. Festus McKlnnev, Shelby. 

L. A. Cabiness, Shelby, No. 6. 

Miss Belinda Pruett, Ellenboro, No. 1. 

Miss Minnie Morris, lavvndale. No. 1. 

Miss Carrie Beam, Lattimore. 

Miss Mar.y Lnu Stamev, Lawndale, No. 2. 

Miss Creola Peelfr, Cleveland Mills. 

Geo. P. Webb, Shelby. 

Miss Lola Raburn, Lattimore. 

Miss Mamie Roberts, Shelby, No. 1. 

Miss Daisy Lovelace, Ellenboro, No. 1. 

Freelove Black, Kings Mountain. No. 2. 

Miss EUa Dixon, Lawndale, No. 2. 

Miss Edith Dixon, Lavvndale, No. 2. 

Miss Sallie Ware. Kings Mountain, No. 2. 

Miss Sallie C. Wilson, Lawndale, No. 2. 

Miss Cora B^am, Fallston. 

Miss Carrie McBraver, Mooresboro, No. 2. 

Marvin Eliotte, Belwood, No. 1. 

R. F. Putman, Cherryville. 

Benj. Jenkins, Lattimore. 

Miss Leonie Eliiotte, Lattimore, No. 1. 

Miss Nora Elliotte, Lawndale. 

Miss Docia Falls, Cleveland Mills. 

J. M. Tucker, Shelby, No. ]. 

Miss Essie Wright, Shelby, No. 6. 

Miss Lillah Bridges, Mooresboro, No. 1. 

Mrs. Sallie E. Jnnes, Belwood. 

H. A. Srott, Belwood. 

W. D. Burns, Lawndale. 

Miss Etta Curtis, Lawndale. 



J. B. Bridges, Waco. 
Miss Fannie Jones, Lawndale. 
Miss Beulah Herndon, Grover. 
W. T. R. Bell, Lattimore. 
J. Thomas Dover, Shelby. 

A. B. Peeler, Casar. 

J. H. Brackett, Casar. 

Miss Christina Brackett, Casar. 

J. W. Dellinger, Fallston. 

Miss Effie Freeman, Bat Cave. 

Miss Sarah Freeman, Bat CavA. 

Miss Sallie Osborne, Brevard. 

Miss Mae Warlick, Cleveland Mills. 

Miss Daisy Holcomb, Mars Hill. 

Miss Emma Sledge, Charlotte. 

Crawford Sledge, Charlotte. 

Miss Julia Kendrick, Rock Hill, S. O. 

Miss Geneveve Petitt, Rural Hall, V*. 

John P. Mull, Cleveland Mills. 

Jamie Hughes, Shelby. 

Mrs. Docia Davis, Bellwood. 

Willda Scoggin, Mooresboro. 

Mrs. Neva Bason, Mooresboro. 

Mrs. Nevada Beason, Mooresboro, 

J. U. Rollins, Mooresboro. 

Bunah Packard, Shelby. 

COLUMBUS. 

Miss Crissie M. Floyd, Redbug. 
Miss Emma Thompson, Redbug. 
Miss Blanche Powers, Boardman. 
Miss Verna Goode, Hallsboro. 
Miss Docia Marlow, Dothan. 
Miss Willie Wilson, Dothan. 
Miss Nannie Leach, Chadboum, 
Miss Carrie Toon, Chadboum. 
Miss Fannie Webb, Chadboum. 
Miss White, Chadbovm. 
Miss Watkins, Chadboum. 
Miss Irma Ayre, Cerro Gordo. 
Miss Agnes P. Ashley, Chadbour«. 
Miss Mary Lou Orr, Vineland. 
Miss Harriett Lewis, Oiadbourn. 
Miss Ida Powell, Fair Bluff. 
Miss Ella Jenkins, Fair Bluff. 
Miss Clara Burns, Chadboum. 
Miss Jessie Griffin, Cerro Gordo. 
Miss Nellie Allen, Cerro Gordo. 
Miss Glendora C. Gore, Vineland. 
Miss H. Josie AVhite, Cronly. 
Miss Sarah Baggett, Newberlin. 
Miss Ellen Avant, Cerro Gordo. 
Miss Alora Brown, Chadbourn. 
Miss Katherine Borge, Whiteville. 
Miss Virginia Staun+on, Boardman. 
Miss Fannie L. Blair, Boardman. 
Miss Lucy Griffin, Cerro Gordo. 
Mrs. Annie Cox, Guide. 
Mrs. Cora Stanford, Chadboum. 

B. H. Hanly, Chadbourn. 
J. J. Hendren, Chadbourn. 

C. M. Prince, Chadbi'arn. 
R. F. Pitman, Fair Bluff. 
Thaddeus Matthews, Cerro Gordo. 
W. P. Marlow, Vineland. 

O. M. Sellers, Whiteville. 
P. L. Jernigan, Ch:i<l>-oum. 
A. B. Harrell, Evergreen. 
Troy Hester, Boardman. 
K. L. Stanly, Bug Hill. 
C. P. Gore, Bug Hill. 
W. F. Prince, Bug HilL 



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ELIZABETH COLLEGE 

and Conservatory of Music 
CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

A HIGH-GRADE COIiLEGE FOR WO»rEN. 

Ideal climate. Midway between Asheville and Pinehurst, New 
York and Florida. Beautiful suburban location, overlooking the 
city. 20 acres campus. $250,000.00 college plant. Fire-proof 
'buildings. 20 experienced, university-educated teachers. A. B. 
and elective graduate courses. Music, Art, Expression. Write for 
free catalog. 

CHAS. B. KING, Pres. 



3. A. Elderdice, Bus Hill. 

W. B. Ward, Buff Hill. 

J. W. Brinson, Elkton. 

J. M. Harrelson, Tabor. 

W. M. Pearson, Tabor. 

Hartford Fowler, Tabor. 

W. R. Smithwick, Whiteville. 

Robt. L. Cox. Dothan. 

B. F. Ward, Mollie. 

Mrs. Bertha A. Newton, Clarkton. 

Mr3. J. E. L. Winecoff, Whiteville. 

Miss Laura E. Mcares, Clarkton. 

Miss Lula West, Clarkton. 

Miss Douglas Hand, Elkton. 

Miss Annie Turner, Chadbourn. 

Miss Quene Black, \Vhiteville. 

Miss Mabel Goode, Wananish. 

Miss Viola Blue, Bolton. 

Miss May Cox, Dothan. 

Miss Dolpha Hester, Chadbourn. 

Miss Eva Tate, Chadbourn. 

Miss Augusta Dawson, Guide. 

Miss Dawson, Tabor. 

Miss Eva Penn, Chadbourn. 

Miss Annie Edmund, Chadbourn. 

Miss Blanche Smith, Whiteville. 

Miss Blanche B. Lucas, Whiteville. 

Miss Jessie Stockard, Whiteville. 

Miss Addie Applewhite, Whiteville. 

Miss Princess A. Stephens, Vineland. 

Miss Maggie McRack"n, Vineland. 

CRAVEN. 
Miss Belle Stapleford, Vanceboro. 
Miss Maud Stapleford, Vanceboro. 
Miss Estelle Pigford, Vanceboro. 
Miss Daisye Brewer, Vanceboro. 
Miss Eva Pittman, Vanceboro. 
Miss Sallie Causey, Vanceboro. 
Miss Annie Ewell, Vancpt)oro. 
Miss Jessie Price, New Bern, No. 3. 
Miss Edith Brinson, Vanceboro. 
Dallas Dinkins, Vanceboro. 
Miss Edith Roberson, Vanceboro. 
Miss Eva Williams, Vanceboro. 



Miss Ida Gaboon, New Bern, No. 1. 
Miss Bertha Lewis, New Bern, No. L 
Miss Mary Long, New Bern, No. 1. 
Miss Annabelle Hunger, New Bern, No. 1. 
Miss Carrie Tunstall, New Bern, No. 3. 
Miss Stella Kiger, Dover. 
Miss Lei a Marion, Dover. 
Miss Bertha Newton, Fort Barnwell. 
Miss Sallie Bryan, Fort Barnwell. 
Miss Ina Brewer, Dover. 
Miss Nellie Hooten, Dover. 
Miss Annie R. Sutherland, Cove City. 
Miss Bessie Morton, North Harlowe. 
Miss Carrie Hardison, Havelock. 
Miss Henrietta Dixon, Havelock. 
Miss Annie Haskett, Thurman. 
Miss Fannie Trenwith, New Bern. 
Miss Annie Tayloe, New Bern, No. 2. 
Miss Myrtle Disosway, New Bern, No. 4. 
Miss Mattie Stevenson, Clarks. 
Miss Louise Dixon, New Bern, No. 2. 
Miss Mary Rice, Tu.S' arora. 
Miss G. Marion Bro?k, Cove City. 
Mrs. — . — . Johnson, Fort BarnwelL 
Mi-s. Lillian Foreman, Cove City. 
Mrs. Thos. R. Lane, Cove City. 
Mrs. C. B. Paul, Baclieior. 
Mrs. A. H. Alphin, Croatan. 
Mrs. C. P. Arnold, New Bern, No. 4. 
Mrs. J. E. Wetherington, New Bern, 
No. 2. 

N. L. Gaskins, New Bern, No. 1. 
T. B. Tunstall, New Bern, No. 3. 
E. H. Moser, Dover. 
P. N. Eecton, Blades. 
M. A. Hill, Riverdale. 

CUMBERLAND. 

Geo. P. Wilson. Draii^-^hn. 

J. H. Wilkins, Draugh; . 

Miss Kate Pender, Linden. 

Miss Carrie Autry, Lane. 

Miss Alice 0. Haywood, Lane. 

Miss Fannie Brooks, Kinnon. 

Miss Anna Clark, Favetteville, No. 8. 



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I. A. McLean, Manchester. 

Miss Frances Clark, Miinchestcr. 

Miss Jennie .Johnson, Lobelia. 

Miss Susie Cameron, Lobelia. 

Miss Alpsie Sessoms, Manly. 

Miss Mary Lilly McN.-ill, Manchester. 

Miss Margaret McLaui'hlin, Manchester. 

Miss Janie McPherson. Manchester, No. 6. 

D. L. CappcdRe, Manchester, No. 4. 

Miss Kate Shaw, Mancheste", No. 4. 

Miss Marj' McArthur, Manchester, No. 3. 

Miss Elizabeth McArthur, Manchester 
Ko. 3. 

Miss Elizabeth McPherson, Manchester, 
Ko. 3. 

Miss Lizzie Lee Currie, Manchester, No. 3. 

Miss Mary M. Pag3, Raeford, No. 2. 

Miss Elizabeth McLauchlin, Lumberdale. 

Miss Belle Graham, Montrose. 

Miss Annie McKethan, Pike. 

Miss Rose Stewart, Ro'^kfish. 

Miss Mille Blue, Rojkflsh. 

J. E. Holt, Rockfish 

Miss Mary C. Smith, Hope Mills, No. 1. 

Miss Mary McDuffie, Hope Mills, No. 1. 

Miss Eugenia C. Cosrd'i;, Cumberland. 

R. P. Byrd, Cumberla.nd. 

M. S. Gills, Hope Mills. 

Mrs. LauchMn McDonald, Hope Mills. 

Miss Mary McLauchli i, Hope Mills. 

Miss Fannie Fouse, Hope Mills. 

Miss Carrie Gainey, Hope Mills. 

Miss Fannie McLeod, Hope Mills. 

Miss Anna Thao'ard, Hope Mills. 

Browne Evans, Parkton, No. 2. 

B. R. Page. Edonia. 

I. A. Williams, Hopt Mills, No. 2. 

Mrs. I. A. Williams. Hope Mills, No. 2. 

Miss Nellie McQueen, Hope Mills, No. 2. 

Guy Cox, Fayctteville No. 8. 

Miss Mta Marsh. Favetteville, No. 7. 

Miss Elizabeth Gainey, Fayetteville, No. 7. 

Miss .Jennie Johnson, Cotton. 

Miss Irene Blake, Elease. 

Clark McPhail, Lena. 

Miss Fannie Fisher, Cedar Creek, R. F. D. 

Miss Euphie Autry. Cedar Creek, R. F. U. 

Miss Mary K. Th'igard, Cedar Creek, 
R. F. D. 

James Vinson, Cedar Creek. R. F. D. 

John T. S"s=oms, Roseboro, No. 3. 

Mrs. Marshall StarMng, Roseboro, No. 3. 

Miss Mary Li'ly Harris, Autryville, No. 2. 

Miss Bula Bryant, Autryvi'le, No. 2. 

Miss Rossie Downino:, Buckhcm. 

Foster Downing, Buckhorn. 

Miss Lola Liles, Fayetteville, No. 5. 

Miss Sfary Sessoms, t^'ayetteviile. No. 2. 

Mrs. Dora McLeod, Fayetteville, No. 2. 

Hinton McLeod, Stedman. 

Miss Mi'dred Cunningham. Stedman. 

Miss Carrie Sutton, Stedman. 

Miss Winnie Rowland, Stedman. 

Miss Carrie Bul'a, Stedman. 

Miss Maggie Matthews, Stedman. 

Jfiss Pennie Jackson, Wade. No. 1. 

Miss Lula Grumpier. Wade, No. 1. 

Miss Nellie Seavv°ll, Wade, .No. 1. 

Miss Hattie Lee Fisher. Dunn, No. 5. 

M. N. M. Graham, Graham. 

Thos. Holden, Dunn. 



Percy Maxwell, Dunn, No. 4. 
Miss Flora Smith, Djnn. 
W. R. Clegg, Godwir. 
Miss Minerva Allen, Godwin 
Miss Daisy Minor, Godwin. 
Miss Mary Milner, Godwin. 
Miss Mary Bain, W^ad". 
J. A. Stone, Fa v^ Lie,: > , No. 1. 
Miss Henrietta Hclm-^s, Fayettevillft. 
Miss O'lie Stegall, Favf tteviile. 
Miss Mary Culbrcth, Fayetr^iville. 
Miss Emma Fitch"t'. F..vptteville. 

CURRITUCK. 
Miss Capitola Wa.ker, Barco. 
Miss Ruth Foreman, Woodleigh. 
Miss Addie Jones, Knotts Island. 
Miss Bernie S. Hamnton, Waterlily. 
Mrs. D. R. Scott, Jarvisbui'g. 
Miss Kizzie Whit^, Jarvisburg. 
Miss Inez Reid, Maple. 
Miss Lucile Aiken, Moj'ock. 
Miss Lessie Fisher, Moyock. 
W. I. Aiken, Moj'ock. 
Miss Mary S. Wvnn, Powells Poinfc 
Mrs. Essie V. Tillett, Coinjock. 
Miss Irene L. Talbott, Coinjock. 
Miss Grace T. TalbotL, Coinjock. 
Miss Lula Butler, Co'-olla. 
S. T. Taylor, North West, Va. 
Jfiss Marion Gray, Poplar Branch. 
Miss Mary Phelps, P on'ar Branch. 
Miss Janie Tillrtt, Poplar Branch. 
Miss Virginia Barnard, Avdlett. 
Miss Mary A. Forbei. Shawboro. 
Miss Eva Stevenson, Shawboro. 
Byron L. Lukins, Movock. 
Miss Mildred Midgett, Kitty Hawk. 
Miss Lovie McPherson, Movock. 
Miss Mamie Barnard. Shawboro. 
Miss Ethel Gray, Coinjock. 
Miss Addie E. Wright, Indian To\ni, 
Miss Ruth L. Goodson. Point Harboft 
Miss Maggie BakT, Ed°nton. 
itiss Annie Burgess, Mamie. 
N. T. Hurdle, Kitty Hawk. 
Miss Clara Sanders, Ayd'.ett. 
Mrs. Fannie Clifton, Currituck. 
Miss Nettie Dozi^r, Ccinjock. 

DARE. 

Mrs. S. R. Huff, Stumpy Point 
Mrs. W. G. Coltrom. Manteo. 
W. G. Coltrom. Manteo. 
Sfiss Ursula Singleton. Manteo. 
Miss Lizzie Relfe, Mann's Harbor^ 
Miss Lucy Stowe, Hatteras. 
Miss Madelon Dowe, Skvco. 
Miss Orenda Midgett, Manteo. 
Miss Lucinr'a Hooper. Manteo. 
Miss Ruth Evans, Manteo. 
Alonzo Gray, Avon. 
Miss Odessa Janette. Buxton. 
J. D. Eason, East Lake. 

E. W. Mann, ATann's Harbor. 
J. W. Parker, Hatteras. 

C. R. Pugh, Wanchese. 
L. Y. Gray, Salvo. 

F. M. Eason, East Lake. 
Miss Pearle Billups. Avon. 
Miss Alma Billups, Shyco. 
Miss Annie Anderson, Manteo. 
Miss Mildred Midgett, VA'anchese. 



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Normal and Collegiate 

Institute Asheville. 

vim Gm 

Under care of Northern Presbyterian Church. Offers to yonnj? 
women four thorougli courses of' study inider eigJUeeii teachers 
and otKccrs who are experts. Site unrivaled for lieaithfuhiess and 
beauty. t 

BOARD AND TUITION, $100 A YEAR. 
For Catalogue, address 

EDWARD P. GUILDS, - 



President 



Aldean Simpson, Wanchese. 
Uobson, Wancluse. 
Louis Crup, liast Lake. 
Maud Scarborou.i;li, Uatteras. 
Mary Forbes, Buxton. 
Klizabutli Webb, .Maiitt'O. 
Lena Shar|), Mauli o. 
DAVIDSON. 
Victoria Byeny, Advance, No. 3. 
Leiia Bytrly, Advance, No. 3. 
Girlie Bycrly, Advance, No. 3. 
Varner, Buncii. 



Mrs. 

%liS3 

Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Mis.s 

Miss 

?.liss 

Miss 

S. L 

Miss Maude Lanier, Cid. 

Jliss Netty l^ani; r, Cid. 

Harris Lanier, Cid. 

James L. Nelson, demons. No. 2. 

Miss Pallie Mi tters, Cid. 

U. A. Hedriclv. Denton. 

T. M. Daniel, Denton. 

Miss Emma And rson. Denton. 

L. .1. Newsoni, Denton. 

Miss Cora Sn.uer, Denton. 

A. M. Surratt. Dtnton. 

Mi.ss Laura Surratt, D nton. 

Miss Alice Zinimirman, linterprise, No. 1. 

Miss Frankie Wv: n, Fairmont. 

Miss Maggie Horney, Farmer. 

L. \V. Bowers, Fair Grove. 

Miss Willie Z. Grerr, Greer. 

Walter V. Greer, Greer. 

Miss Ruth Gray, Glendola. 

Miss Leolah S.(clg\ Ili'.;li Point. 

A. A. Moore, High Point. 

Bascom V. Moore, High Point. 

Hober O. Moore. High Point. 

J. W. Moore, High Point, No. 4. 

Kli D. JiOore. High Point No. 4. 

Miss Minnie Hayworth. High Point, No. 4. 

Miss Etta Pickler, .Jubilee. 

Miss Jennie Yoimg, Jubilee. 

Miss Georgia Stowe, Jubilee. 

S. G. Hastv, Jubilee. 

Miss Stella Stokes. Jackson Hill. 

D. T. Surratt, Jackson Hill. 

Wm. Bowers, Lake. 

J. C Bowers, Lake. 

Allen Jones, Lexington. 

P. D. Finch. Lexington. 

Miss MjTtle Hayworth, Lexington. 

Jliss Veigh Hutchison. Lexington. 

li. L. Yokley, Lexington, No. 1. 



Chas. M. Yokley, Lexington, No. 1. 
John H. Yokley, Lexington, No. 1. 
Raymond Yokley, Lexington, No. 1. 
C. W. Rathrock, Lexington, No. 1 
S. E. Leonard, Lexington, No. 1. 
W. C. Wilson, Lexin; ton. No 1. 
Chas. E. Thomason, I^exington, No. 1 
Robert L. Bei k, Lexington, No. 2. 



Robert E. Leonard, 


Lexington, 


No. 


2. 


Miss Augusta Beck, 


Lexington, 


No. 


2. 


Miss Laura Regans, 


Lexington, 


No. 


2. 


Miss Emma B ack. 


Lexington, 


No. 


2. 



A. A. Michael, Lexington, No. 3. 
John P. Michael, Lexington, No. 
James C. Leonard, Lexington, No. 
J. \V. Cole, Lexington. No. 3. 
John B. Leonard, Lexington, No. 3. 
N. L. Evans, Lexington, No. 3. 
Tr. ntham, Lexington. No. 
Leonard, Lexington, No. 3. 



A. M. 

Luther 
J. F. 

J. S. 
Miss 
Miss 
Wm. 

Miss 
Mrs. 
Yiles 



Wilson, Lexington, No. 
Link, Lexington, No. 
Lizzie Ripple, Lexington, 
Eudora Raper, Lexington, 
(Gobble, Lexington, No. 
May Craver, Lexington 
A. A. Grimes, Lexington, 



L. Hunt 
C. A. Hedrick, 
Wm. E. Rhodes 
J. L. Fitzgerald 
N. \V. Barnes, 
Baxter Young, Linwood, 
R. T. Gorden, Light. 
M. L. Loflin, Riley's Store. 
Miss Flossie K( arns, Sahm 
A. W. Frazier, Silver Hill, 



Lexin'zton, No, 
Lexington, No. 

Lexington, No. 

Linwood, No. 1 
Linwood, No. 2. 
No. 2. 



4. 
4. 

No. 
No. 
4. 

No. 4 

No. 

5. 

0. 

6. 



3. 



Cliiirch. 
No. 1. 



D. M. Feezer. Silver Hill. No. L 
John A. Carrick. Silver Hill, No. 1. 
G. C. Palmer, Silver Hill, No. 1. 
Miss Lon-lla Snid-r, Silver Hill, No. 1. 
Miss Sa'liemaie, Snider, No. 1. 
Miss Janie Reid, Snider. No. 1. 
Miss Florence Feezer. Snider, No. 1. 
Afiss Tina Cole, Snider, No. 1. 
Miss Essie Myers. Snider, No. 1. 
Joseph Beek, Salishurv. No. 1. 
V. C. Wood, Thomasville. 
P. S. Miller, Thomasville. 
J. O. Payne, Tliomasvile, No. 1. 



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Miss Ruth G. Hiatt, Thomasville, No. 1. 
Chas. A. Bodenhamer, Thomasville. 
Miss Fleeta Stone, Thomavsille, No. 2. 
Everett \V. Saintsing, Thomasville, No. 2. 
Miss Manila Kenedy, Tho.^asville, No. 2. 
Miss Annie Kenedy, Thomasville, No. 2. 
J. A. Kepley, Thomasville, No. 3. 
Julius Gordon, Thomasville, No. 3. 
Miss Mattie Royals, Thomasville, No. 5. 
Miss Bessie Yow, Thomasville, No. 3. 
Miss Jennie L. Yow, Thomasville, No. 3. 
L. G. Nifong, Winston-Salem, No. 4. 
Miss Bertie Wyer, Winston-Salem, No. 6. 
R. F. Long, Winston-Salem, No. 4. 
B. C. Hayworth, Winston-Salem, No. 4. 
James P. Crouch, Winston-Salem, No. 4. 
Miss Lelia Metsinger, Winston-Salem, 
No. 5 
P. E. Whicker, Winston-Salem, No. 5. 
J. M. Nifong, Wallberg, No. 1. 
Miss Mittie Long, Wallberg, No. 1. 
Miss Glenna A. Dale, Yadkin College. 

DAVIE. 

Earl T. Atkinson, Mocksville, No. 3. 
Miss Effie Atkinson, Mocksville, No. 3. 
Miss Mattie Allen, Mocksville, No. 1. 
W. B. Allen, Advance, No. 4. 
Miss Geneva, Blaylock, Cooleemee. 
J. M. Bowden, Advance, No. 1. 
Miss Bertha Bowden, Mocksville, No. 2. 
Miss Pattie V. Battle, Farmington. 

E. A. Brandon, Can-?, No. 1. 
Miss Celia V. Booe, Cana. 
Miss Effle E. Booe, Cana. 

Miss Beulah Current, Mocksville. 
J. E. Critz, Cana, R. F. D. 
Miss Clara Crouse, Advance, No. 2. 
Miss Delia Crouse, Advance, No. 2. 
L. H. Crouse, Advance, No. 2. 
J. F. Carter, Mocks\-ille, No. 3. 

F. L. Carter, Advance, No. 1. 
Miss Bertha Cashwell, Mocksville. 
Thos. J. Davis, Mocivsville, No. 1. 
Chas. S. Eaton, Cana. 

James Eaton, Cana. 

Miss Maude Essie, Cana, No. 1. 

C. M. Griffin, Farmington. 

J. B. Griffin, Farmington. 

Miss Thirza Graves, Mocksville. 

S. F. Hutchens, Mook'-ville, No. 2. 

W. P. Henley, Farmington. 

Miss Pearl Harding, Farmington. 

Miss Harrison, Mocksville, No. 3. 

C. E. Hartman, Advance. 

D. C. Johnson, Cooleemee. 

Miss Lena Johnson, Farmington. 

Miss Leona Love, Cooleemee. 

Miss Anita Miller, Mocksville. 

Miss Juliet Mclntire, Advance. 

W. D. Mason, Advance, No. 2. 

T. H. Mathews, Mo-.ksville, No. 3. 

W. F. Merrell, Mocksville, No. 3. 

P. H. Nance, Cana. 

Miss Ina Taylor, Cana. 

Miss Elizabeth Nance, Cana. 

Miss Carrie Orrell, Aavance. 

Miss Essie Orrell, Acrvance. 

Miss Bessie Penry, Mocksville, No. 2. 

Miss Daisy Penry, Mocksville, No. 2. 

Miss Rebecca Rarledge, Mocksville, No. 1. 



Miss Effle Smith, Advance, No. 1. 

Miss Mattie Stonestrert, Cana. 

Sharpe, Jno. C. Advance, No. a. 

W. Y. Scales, Advan. e. 

Miss Pattie Tatum, Cooleemee. 

Miss Leona Taylor, Mocksville. 

D. 0. Totten, Cornatzer. 

Miss Sallle VanEaton, Mocksville. 

Miss Leatha Williams, Mocksville. 

DUPIilN. 
Miss Pearl Williams, Kenansville. 
Miss Louise Pridgen, Warsaw. 
Miss Glennie Wallace, Alvin. 
Miss Sudie Stokely, raison. 
Miss Ophelia Johnson, Rosehill. 
Miss Irene Johnson, RosehilL 
Miss Hattie Wells, JCenansville. 
Miss Daisy Wells, Kenansville. 
Fred Alphine, Mt. Olive. 
Miss Mildred Stokely, Faison. 
Miss Bessie Taylor, Faison. 
Miss Blanche Williams, Tcachey. 
Miss Addie Outlaw, Branche's Store. 
Miss Florence Teachey, Rosehill. 
Miss Lila Carroll, Magnolia. 
Miss Connie Yarborough, Teachey. 
Miss Victoria Lee, Leon. 
Miss Leona Knowles, Wallace. 
Miss Annie E. Grady, Mt. Olive. 
Miss Eva Alphin, Mt Olive. 
Miss Lucy Butts, Mt. Olive. 
Miss Mary L. Huffm?.n, Richlanda 
Mrs. Susan C. Turner, Tharon. 
Miss Emma Stallin,^, Wallace. 
W. E. Middleton, Warsaw. 
Mrs. Gertnide Ward, Beulaville. 
Jno. W. Sandlin, Beulaville. 
Miss Emma Middleton, Warsaw. 
Mrs. Jno. B. Teachey. RosehiU. 
Miss L. M. Cooper, Kenansville. 
Wm. Hunter, Chinquepin. 
Miss Bettie Hunter, Chinquepin. 
Miss Carrie Wood, Pasley. 
Miss Daisy Johnson, Warsaw. 
Miss Floy Quinn, Kenansville. 
Miss Josie Kornegav, Branch's Store. 
Jas. W. Stroud, Kenansville. 
Aliss Ruth Brinson, Hallsville. 
Miss Ora C. Bland, Wallace. . 
Miss Emma Outlaw, Branch's Store. 
Miss Julia Barnes, Magnolia. 
Miss Mattie Outlaw, Branch's Store. 
Miss Lucy Best, Mt. Olive. 
Miss Alberta Blanton, Wallace. 
Miss Kate Clifton, Faison. 
Miss Fannie Manly, Faison. 
D. J. Blalock, Mt. Olive. 
Miss Lizzie Edwards, Magnolia. 
Miss Annie Best, Kenansville. 
Miss Ida Best, Kenansville. 
Wm. H. Grady, Albertson. 
Miss Margaret Chambers, Kenansvilla 
Miss Sallie Benson, Warsaw. 
Miss Mabel L. Hailey, Warsaw. 
Miss Lessie Murphy, Rosehill. 
Miss Alice Pearee, Sloan. 
M. J. Komegay, Branch's Store. 
J. M. Duncan, Mt. Olive. 
Miss Josephine Smith. Leon. 
Miss Inez L. Crump, Rosehill. 



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Miss Dora Bradner, Mt. Olive. 

Miss Mary Lilly Hussey, Chinquepin. 

Miss Maude Brown, Hallsville. 

Miss Kate Sutton, Calypso. 

Miss Ella Kornegay, Calypso. 

Prof. Spencer, Faison. 

Prof. McNeil, Kenansville. 

B. I. Tait, Warsaw. 

Mrs. Helen Royall, Warsaw. 

Miss Hattie P. Best, Warsaw. 

Miss Maggie M. Carlton, Warsaw. 

V. C Ray, Magnolia. 

Miss Effie Johnson, Magnolia. 

Miss Mary Johnson, Magnolia. 

W. J. Sloan, Rosehill. 

Miss Mary Long Daniel, Rosehill. 

P. E. Shaw, Teachey. 

Miss Julia Jones, Teachey. 

Horace Stewart, Wallace. 

DURHA3f. 

Miss Ina B. Massey, IJurhani, No. 3. 

Miss Susan Chand.er, Durham. 

Miss Lela D. Young, East Durham. 

Miss Maud Sorrell, Durham. 

Miss Sadie Martin, Nelson. 

Miss Eunice Roberts, East Durham. 

Miss Mozelle Belvin, Durham, No. 2. 

Miss Annie Brown, West Durham. 

Miss Hattie Owen, West Durham. 

Miss Annie Koonce, AVest Durham. 

Miss Bettie Barbce, East Durham. 

Jliss Emma Foushee, Durham. 

Miss Daisy Freeland, Uougemont, No. 1. 

Miss Lola Latta, Durham No. 2. 

Miss Sallie Vickers, Durham, No. 3. 

Miss Ida S. Thompson, Durham. 

Miss Mary Russell, Buhama, No. 2. 

Miss Lillian Lunsford, Rougemont. 

Miss Nannie Douglas, West Durham. 

Miss Mary Russell, Durham, No. 2. 

Miss Evelyn Royall, East Durham. 

Miss Katherine Satterthwaite, East Dur- 
ham. 

Mrs. Margaret Mclver Bowen, Rouge- 
mont. 

Mrs. B. N. Mann, West Durham. 

Mrs. Daisy W. Bell, West Durham. 

Mrs. D. "W. Sorrell, Durham. 

Mrs. S. M. Suitt, Durham, No. 4. 

Mrs. L. L. Barnes, Durham. 

Mrs. J. F. Garrard, Bahama, No. 2. 

Pervis Tilley, Bahama, No. 1. 

J. W. Cameron, East Durham. 

J. E. T. Massey, Stem, No. 1. 

J. M. Anderson, Durham, No. 2! 

V. C. Eaker, West Durham. 

Holland Holton, Durham. 

L. B. Pendergraft, Durham. 

T. B. Weatherly, StagsviIIe, No. 1. 

S. M. Suitt, Durham, No. 4. 

D. H. Stallings, Durham, No. 6. 

Miss Elizabeth Johnson, West Durham. 

Miss Julia W. Faucette, Durham. 

Miss Julia Stockard, Gorman. 

Miss Lida Sawyer, Gorman. 

Miss Mona Harris, Willardville. 

Miss Meader Rollins, Durham. 

Miss Addie L. Johnson, Durham, No. 1. 

Miss Lula Cassidy, Durham, No. 3. 
Miss Sadie Allcocke, Durham, No. 3. 



Miss Cassie Horton, Nelson. 

Miss Willie T. Hall, Rougemont. 

Miss Lula Bailey, Durham, No. 4. 

Miss Liilie Manarum, Durham, No. 3. 
EDGECOMBE. 

A. F. Leighton, Macclesfield. 

Mrs. A. F. Leighton, Macclesfield. 

Miss Fannie Cobb, :iacclesfield. 

Miss Annie Dunford, Macclesfield. 

Miss Lynda Dunford, Macclesfield. 

W. A. Bridgers, Macclesfield, No. 1. 

Miss Leona Moore, Pinetops, No. 1. 

Miss Nina Corbett, Whitaker, No. 1. 

Miss Kate Moore, Tarboro, No. 2. 

Miss Cora Eagles, T.irboro, No. 3. 

Miss Marv Pittman, Whitaker, No. 1. 

Miss Mattie Whichaid, Bethel, No. 2, 

Miss Minnie Whichai'd, Bethel, No. 2. 

Miss M. Belle Jenkins, Hobgood, No. 3. 

Miss Mary Fountain, Tarboro, No. 4. 

Miss Susie Spivey, Tarboro, No. 4. 

Miss Maude Spivey, Rocky Mount, R.F.D. 

Miss Susie Anderson, Tarboro, No. 4. 

Miss Mattie Sugg, Pinetops. 

Miss Mary L. Walston, Elm City, No. 1. 

Miss Nora Walston, Flm City, No. 1. 
I Miss Annie Mizell, Conetoe. 
i Miss Nannie Harper, Kocky Mount. No. 0. 
i Miss Maude Lancascer, Rocky Mount. 
No. 6. 

Miss May Lancaster, Rocky Mount, No. 6. 

Miss Mamie Ruffln, Whitaker, No. 1. 

Miss Ida Ruffin, Battleboro, No. 1. 

Miss Ida Robbins, Rovky Mount, No. 6. 

Miss Mamie Cobb, Rocky Mount, R.F.D. 

Miss Florence Edwards, Battleboro, No 1. 

Mrs. S. 11. Draughon, Tarboro, No. 4. 

Miss Mary Bryan, Taiboro, No. 1. 

Miss Ballard Bunn, Tarboro, No. L 

Miss Margaret Ricks, Conetoe. 

Miss Selma S. Knight, Tarboro, No. 1. 

Miss Nellie Miles, Speed. 

Miss Mavis Griffin, Rocky Mount, No. 5. 

Miss Susie Foxhall, Rocky Mount, No. 5. 

Miss Helen Thompson, Elm City, R.F.D. 

R. G. Eittrell, Tarboro. 

R. M. Davis, Tarboro. 

Miss Sue Curtis, Tarboro. 

Miss Clara Sanderlin, Tarboro. 

Miss Loulie Bridgers, Tarboro. 

Mrs. D. G. Gillespie, Tarboro. 

Miss May Barnes, Tartjoro. 

Mrs. Julia Catling, Tarboro. 

Miss Tempe Dameron, Tarboro. 

Miss Mary Bridgers, Tarboro. 

Miss Meta Winstead, Tarboro. 

Mrs. Harry Smith, Tarboro. 
FORSYTH. 

Miss Nettie Malloy, Beiew Creek- 
Miss Jessie Carter, Belew Creek, No. 1. 
Miss Lula Carter, Belew Creek, No. 1. 
J. W. Daniel, Bethania. 
Miss Zora Magee, Bethania. 
Miss Fannie Tise, Bethania. 
Miss Lora Tise, Bethania. 
Miss Augusta Ervin, Clemmons, No. 1. 
Miss Blanche Boner, Clemmons, No. L 
Miss Bessie Phillips, Clemmons, No. 1. 
Miss Bessie Warner, Clemmons, No. 1. 
Miss Pearl Mock, Clemmons, No. L 



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SCHOOL STATISTICS AND SCHOOL TEACHERS. 



Miss Mabel Mock, Clemmons, No. 1. 
Miss Birdie Davis, Clemmons, No. 1. 
A. P. Ratledg.s Clemmons, No. 1. 
O. E. Holder, Clemmons, No. 1. 
Miss Pearl Davis, Cl-jmmons, No. 1. 
W. E. Blackburn, Clommons, No. 2. 
J. L. Nelson, Clemmons, No. 2. 
J. H. Robertson, Germanton. 
Miss Maude Pinnix, Eernersville. 
Miss M. Adna Edwiids, Kerners\'ille. 
Miss Minnie HedgecoeK, Kernersville. 
J. W. Pinnix, Kernersville. 

D. A. Smith, Kernersville. 

J. H. Whicker, Kernersville, No. 1. 
J. S. Teague, Kernersville, No. 1. 
J. H. McKauglian, Kernersville, No. 1. 
Miss Flossie Crews, Ktrnersviile, No. 3. 
Miss Essie Fulton, Kernersville, No. 3. 
Miss Gertrude Vance, Kernersville, No. 4. 
Robah N. Sapp, Kernersville, No. 4. 

E. B. Crews, Kcrners\'ille. No. 4. 
J. N. Whicker, K.-rn: rsville. No. 4. 
H. C. Craver, Lexington, No. 4. 
Mrs. Ethel Hine, Old Town. 

Jliss Louise Pfaff, Ptatftown. 

:Miss Mamie Pfaff, Pfafftown 

Miss Maude B-roth, Pfafttown, No. 1. 

Miss Eva Davis, Pfa.ftnwn, No. 1. 

Miss Elizabeth Whittington, Pfafftown, 
No. 1. 

Miss Flora Whittington, Pfafftown, No. 1 

Miss Maryliliie Whittington, Pfaffto%vn, 
No. 1. 

J. W'. Goslen, Pfaffto-.vn. No. 1. 
C. F. Haustr, Rural HaU. 
Philip Shore, Rural Hall. 
John I. Shore, Rural Hall, 
i W. A. Spcas, Rural Hall. 
Ernest Sp; ars, Kiual Hull. 
Miss Lillian Miller, Rural Hall. 
Miss Anna Ogburn, Rural Hall. 
Miss Li lie Fulp, Rural HaU. 
Miss Sarah Krecgrr, Rural Hall. 
H. B. Holder, Tobaccoville. 
H. W. D'oub, TobaceoviUe. 

F. D. L. Messer, Wirston-Salem. 

A. B. Hcndrix, Tobaiooville. 

Walter Spainhower, Tobaccovi'le, No. 1. 
Numa Spainhower, Tobaccoville, No. 1. 
Miss Bertha Spainhower, Tobaccoville, 
No. 1. 

Miss Kate E. Jones, Tobaccoville, No. 1. 
Miss Maud Long, Tobaccoville, No. 1. 
Miss Myrtle Reed, To'iaccoviile, No. 1. 
Chas. E. McCanlcss, Walkertown. 
J. T. Day, Walk rtown, No. I. 
Chas. B. Day, Waikertown, No. 1. 
Miss Eudora Whicker, Walkertown, No. 1. 
Jliss Rosa Lewis. Walnut Cove, No. 4. 
Miss Elizabeth Hall, Wiliams, No. 1. 
R. F. Penry, Winsr. n-Salem. 
C. W. Williams, W'.nston-Salem. 
J. C. Trivette, Winston-Salem. 
F. D. L. M^sscr, Winrton-Sa:cm. 
T. H. Rogers, Win<^ton-SaIera. 
J. H. Nance, Winston-Salem. 

B. E. Pliiliips. Wins'on-Salem. 
S. A. Hfge, Winston-^a;em. 

E. D. Sides, Winston-Salem. 
Miss Bessie Pfaff, Winston-Salem. 



Miss Nannie Robertson, Winston-^Iem. 
Miss Flossie McKaugiian, Winston -Saiea. 
Miss Zylphia Messer, Winston-Salem. 
Miss Pearl Doub, W inston-Salem. 

Lula Stipe, Wijston-Salcm. 
Claudia Hanes, Winsion-Salera. 

Anna McCuiston, Wijiston -Salem. 

Maggie Rierson, Winston-Saiem. 

Maggie Robertson, Winston-Salem. 

Bessie Foy, Winston-Salem. 
Ivey Walker, Winston-Salem. 



Winston-Salem. 
Winston-Salem. 
WinstoB-Salem, 

Winston-Salcm, 

Winston-SaJem, 



Sarah Norman, Winston-Salem, No. 2 
J. W. Zig;ar, Winston-Salem, No. 2. 
Conrad, Winston-Salem, No. 2. 
Naomah Morris, Winston-Salem, 

Nannie Marshal, Winston-Salem, 



Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss Florence Walko 

Miss Stella Alspaugh, 
No. 2. 

Miss Maude Alspaugh, 
No. 2. 

Miss Claude Alspaugh, 
No. 2. 

Miss 

Mrs. 

L. I 

Miss 
No. .S. 

Miss 
No. 3. 

Miss Anna Cox, Winston-S.ilem, No. 3. 

Miss Adrtie Spaugh, Winston-Salem, No. 4 

L. G. Nifong, Winston-Salem, No. 4. 

J. P. Crouch, AVinston-Salem, No. 4. 

R. F. Wcsner, Win-itin-Salem, No. 4. 

G. W. Clinard, Winston-Salem, No. 6. 

J. W. Murray, Winstcn-S ilem. No. 7. 

Miss Ida Long, Winston-Salem, No. 7. 

Miss Addie Lineback, Winston-Salem, 
No. 7. 

FRANKLIN. 

Jliss Pattie Ali'ord, Lov.isburg, No. 2. 

Miss Lela Beves, Fr.Tnklinton. 

Miss Eugenia Boone, Castaila. 

Miss Lizzie Clifton, Katesville. 

Mrs. R. J. Conyers, Youngsville. 

Miss Tazzie Cheatham, Bunn. 

Jlrs. S. W. Duke, Epsnm. 

Miss Ida Duke, Epsom. 

Miss Sallie Davis, Louisburg, No. 5. 

Miss Annie Fuller, Moulton. 

Miss Lessie Foster, Laurel. 

W. M. Green, Privett. 

Miss Alice Hines, Spring Hope, No. 2. 

Miss Nan Hight, Louisourg. 

Miss Maggie Hicks, Wood. 

Miss Lily J. Hayes, Louisburg. 

Miss Janet Hayes, Mapleville. 

Miss Loulia Jarman, Louisburg, No. 6. 

Miss Mamie Luther, Poring Hope, No. 3. 

B. B. Massenburg, Jr., Louisburg. 

Miss Susie Macon, Louisburg, No. 6. 

S. Y. Macon, Louisburg, No. 5. 

Miss Joe Pinnell, Centerville. 

Miss Lucy Pinnell, Wood. 

W. D. Poe, Bunn. 

Miss Annie J. Perry, Franklinton, No. 2. 

Mrs. Rosamond Ragsdale, Louisburg, 
No. 1. 

Miss Mary D. Shearin, Louisburg, No. 2. 

Miss Olive Strick'and, Margaret, No. 1. 

T. H. Sledge, Louisburg, No. 5. 

J. 0. Sledge, Louisburg, No. 4. 

Miss Chessie Wheeless, Spring Hope, 
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Miss Claire Uzzle, Louisburg, No. 4. 

Miss Nellie Wilson. Louisburg, No. 5. 

Miss Lucy T. Webb, Mapleville. 

Miss Gussie Winn, Epsom. 

Mrs. C. W. Roberts, Youngsville. 

Mrs. Nellie Rodgers, Riley. 

Mre. Annie S. Clayton, LaureL 

Mrs. Annie Blackwell, Castalia, No. 1. 

Miss Hattie Floyd, Louisburg. 

Miss Lillian Gupton, Privett. 

Miss Nona Brantley, Bunn. 

Miss Lucy E. Wiggs, Bunn. 

GASTON. 

J. B. Smith, Waco. 

S. C. Eaker, Cherryville. 

S. P. Wilson, Cherryville. 

J. L. M. Houser, Cherryville. 

Mrs. S. P. Wilson, cncrryville. 

Miss Pearl Harrelson, Cherryville. 

Miss Dora Falls, Clierrj-ville. 

Miss Mamie McKeown, Cherryville. 

C. C. Costner, Kings IMountain. 

Miss Maude Harrelson, Clierryville. 

Miss Dellinger, Cherryville. 

Miss Ellen Moss, Crouse. 

Miss Bell Oates, Bessemer City. 

Miss Beulah Carpenter, Bessemer City. 

Miss Fannie Brown, Crouse. 

Miss Zena Stroup, Bessemer City. 

Miss Ramsey, Crouse. 

Dennison Harrelson, Bessemer City. 

Miss Ola Dellinger, Cherryville. 

F. P. Rockett, Bessemer City. 

Miss Ella Torrence, Bessemer City. 

Miss Marie Hutchings, Bessemer City. 

Miss Essie Johnston, Bessemer City. 

Miss Janie Grier, Bessemer City. 

Miss Maggie Hall, Bessemer City. 

Miss Grace LittlejohT, Bessemer City. 

Miss Buena Biggerstau, Bessemer City. 

Prof. Honeycutt, King's Mountain. 

Miss Carrie Mauney, Bessemer City. 

Miss Sad.ve Oates, Bessemer City. 

L. R. Ormand, King's Mountain. 

Miss Rob Miller, King's Mountain. 

Miss Enola Crawford. King's Mountain. 

Miss Minnie Ware. King's Mountain. 

S. G. Lindsay, Dallas. 

Miss Muriel Bulwinkle, Dallas. 

Miss Addie Rendleman, Dallas. 

Miss Nina Patrick, Dallas. 

Miss Allie Mason, Dallas. 

Miss Mabel Bulwinkle, Dallas. 

Jliss Edith Ford, Dallas. 

Mr. Baumgarner, Dallas. 

W. R. Rhjne, High Shoals. 

Miss Pearl Lineberger, High Shoals. 

Miss Maggie Harman, Dallas. 

Miss Summey, Wortn. 

Mrs. T. W. Garrison, Alexis. 

Miss Effie Hoover, Dallas. 

A. W. Keller, Alexis. 

T. W. Garrison, Alexis. 

J. M. Senter, Dallas. 

J. S. Wray, Gastonia. 

Miss Ella Bradley, Gastonia. 

Miss Carrie Glenn, Gastonia. 

Miss May Stuart, Gastonia. 

Miss Mary Grey Sanifer, Gastonia. 

Miss Annie Lucas, Gastonia. 



Miss Alice Daniel, Gastonia. 

Miss Hattie Hanna, Gastonia. 

Miss Janie Falls, Gastonia. 

Miss Sparke Torrence, Crovvder's Creek. 

Miss Ruby Falls, Gastonia. 

Miss Wilfie Jenkins, Gastonia. 

N. R. Claytor, Stanley. 

Miss Bettie Cline, Stanley. 

Miss Edith Mason, Stanley. 

Carl Finger, Stanley. 

W. B. Rutledge, Mt. Holly. 

J. B. Henson, Mt. Holly. 

Mrs. L. D. Hendersoi Mt. Holly. 

Miss Clara Patrick, Mt. Holly. 

Miss Carrie Potts, Mt. Holly. 

Miss Ida Rankin, Mt. Holly. 

Miss Bettie Coon, Mt. Holly. 

Miss Kate Peterson, Stanley. 

Mrs. Ida Abernethy, Mt. Holly. 

Miss Elizabeth McCoy, Mountain Island. 

Miss Lula Kincaid, Mountain Island. 

J. H. Rutledge, Stanley. 

Mrs. H. L. Beaty, Stanley. 

Miss Laura Hinkle, Stanley. 

Miss Edna Rankin, Belmont. 

F. L. Jackson, Belmont. 

Miss Mabel Patrick, Belmont. 

Miss Bessie Robinson, Belmont. 

Miss Marj' Hall, Belmont. 

Miss p;thel Stowe. Belmont. 

Miss Ada Furr, Mt. llolly. 

Miss Ferrye McArver, Gastonia. 

A. A. Armstrong, McAdensville. 

Miss Gertrude Fogle, McAdensville. 

Robt. Riddle, Gastonia. 

Miss Minnie Sparrow, Gastonia. 

H. R. Thompson, Lowell. 

Mrs. H. R. Thompson. Lovyell. 

Miss Annie Rutledge, Lowell. 

Miss Nellie Roseman, Lowell. 

Mrs. Cora Stowe, Gastonia. 

Miss Marion Miller, Belmont. 

Miss Mattie Cathey, Belmont. 

Miss Maggie MatthewF, Lowell. 

Miss Laura Nolen, Lowell. 

Miss Fancy L. Hill, <ilastonia. 

Miss Eula Glenn, Gastonia. 

Miss May Delle Barre, Gastonia. 

Miss Ella Lewis, Gastonia. 

Miss Pearl Gallant, Gastonia. 

Miss Carrie Morris. Gastonia. 

Janie Morris, Gastonia. 

Miss Bettie Gamble, Gastonia, 

Mrs. L. A. States, Gastonia. 

Miss Zoe Porter, Gastonia. 

J. G. Shannon, Gastonia. 

Wm. G. Jenkins, Gastonia. 

Miss Sunie Falls, Gastonia. 

Miss Mar>' Burnet, Gastonia. 

Miss Carlyle Ware, Lowell. 

Miss Bessie Falls, Gastonia. 

Miss Bessie Morris, Castonia. 

Miss Maggie Gamble, Gastonia. 

Miss Daisy Gamble, Gastonia. 

Miss Mary Whiteside,;, Gastonia. 

Miss Margaret Ciawford, Gastonia. 

Miss Rose Abernethv. Gastonia. 

GATES. 
J. M. Roberts, Sunbury. 
Mrs. T. W. Costen, Jr., Sunbury. 
Miss Lelia Moring, fcunbury. 



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Miss Minnie Brown, fcunbury. 
S. A. Harrell, Sunbury. 
R. E. Williams, Gutesville. 
Mi's. J. A. Brown, Gitesville. 
Mis. J. B. Walton, Catcsville. 
Mrs. T. G. Hayes, Gatesville. 
Miss Lizzie Walton, Gatesville. 
Miss Marion Williams, Gatesville. 
Miss Lizzie Eason, Gatesville. 
Mrs. J. E. L. Morgan, Corapeake, R. 
F. D. 
Miss Virginia Hart, Corapeake, R. F. D. 
Miss Beatrice Harrell, Corapeake, R. F. D. 
Miss Judith Lassiter, Corapeake, R. F. D. 
Mrs. W. H. Kittrell, Corapeake, R. F. D. 
Miss Lizzie Franklin, Corapeake. 
Miss Eikn Bidgood, Dnim HiH. 
Miss Sallie Edwards, Drum HilL 
Mrs. J. M. White, Drum Hill, R. F. D. 
Miss Rosa Cross, L)ort. 
Mrs. N. S. Davis, Gate«. 
Miss Maidee Gatling, Gates. 
Miss Mary Williams, Gates. 
Miss Lena Parker, (;ates. 
Miss Mattie White, Hobbsville. 
Miss Gertrude Kitchen, Sarem. 
Miss Hattie Taylor, Eure. 
Miss Ora Story, Eure. 
Miss Oma Harrell, Eure. 
Lycurgus Hoi'"^""^^ ° ^"nn. 

GRAHAM. 
J. A. Hj'de, nw„.j...^, ...t;. 
J. H. Moody, Robbinsviile. 
Fowle Hyde, Robbinsville. 

D. C. Crisp, Robbinsville. 
M. T. Crisp, Robbinsville. 
R. J. Deyton, Robbinsville. 
Miss •Sallie Cook, Robbinsville. 
Miss Lelia Amnions, Robbinsville. 
Miss Nettie Bianton, Robbinsville. 
Miss Fannie Brown, Robbinsville. 
Miss Hettie Sherrill, Robbinsville. 
P. A. Christopher, Robbinsville. 
Miss Gurtie Wiggins, Robbinsville. 
Mrs. Ella Bales, Robbinsville. 
Miss E iza Harwood, Cheoah. 

Miss Amanda HarwoDd, Cheoah. 
Miss Laura Harwood, Cheoah. 
Miss Laura Carpentei, Cheoah. 
T. -A. Carpenter, Cheoah. 
T. J. Harwood, Cheoah. 
Lee Harwood, Cheoah. 
H. F. Holder, Brock. 
Miss Cordelia Cable, Tuskeegee. 
Miss Rilla Philips, Milisaps. 
Jud Caringer, Millsaps. 
Miss Wallie Wall, .Tohnson. 
W. P. Odom, Johnson. 

GRANATXUE. 

Miss Dora Overton, Franklinton, No. 1. 

W. S. Howell, Kittrell, No. 2. 

Miss Mary Webb, Stem. 

Miss Minnie Cannady, Tar River. 

Miss Grizelle Smith, O.xford, No. 8. 

Mrs. A. M. Stradley, O.xford. 

Miss Ida Fuller, Oxford, No. 2. 

Mrs. Oscar Moss, Oxford, No. 2. 

Miss May Williams, Franklinton, No. 1. 

Miss Ava Lawrence. Creedmoor. 

E. P. Davis, Youngsville. 



S. M. Bailey, Yotingsville. 

Miss Lucile Kirkman, Grissom. 

Miss lola York, Creedmoor. 

Miss Ethel Holmes, Iltster. 

Miss Lucy Jones, Franklinton. 

Miss Emma Peace, Northside. 

Miss Bessie Mang^um, Northside. 

Miss Mabel Faucette, Creedmoor. 

Miss Kate Fleming, Hester. 

D. G. Brummitt, Hester. 

Miss Jennie Wilkerson, Lyons. 

Miss Mary Lyon, Lyons. 

Miss Viola Aiken, Lyons. 

Miss Josie McLendon, Creedmoor. 

Miss Alice Ray, Creedmoor. 

Miss Mary Hardy, Creedmoor. 

Miss Nannie Sorrell, Lyons. 

Mrs. Mary Waller, Lyons. 

G. J. Green, Lyons. 

Miss Ruth Jones, Stem. 

Miss Norfleet Hunter, Moriah. 

Miss Camelia Brooks, Moriah. 

Miss Hattie Dunn, Oxford, No. 1. 

Miss Mattie Rigo'S, Oxford, No. 1. 

Miss Hal lie Jones, Hargrove. 

Miss Alma Clayton, Hargrove. 

Miss Huldah Latta, Oxford, No. 1. 

Miss Lucy Jones, Stem. 

Mrs. A. M. Jones, Stem. 

A. M. Jones, Stem. 

Miss Era Clement, Stem. 

Miss Ruth Webb, Stem. 

Miss Eulalia Turner, lierea. 

Miss Sallie Montague, Berea. 

Miss Annie Shot well, Berea. 

Miss Li!a Powell, Oxford, No. 4. 

Mrs. Emma Epes, Oxfiid, No. 4. 

Miss Lena Mason, (Jxford, No. 1. 

Miss Annie Clement, Oxford, No. 1. 

Miss Cora Phipps, Oxford, No. 1. 

W. R. Daniel, Oxford, No. 4. 

Miss Pearl Royster, Oxford, No. 4. 

Miss Pattie Yancey, Virgilina, Va. 

E. A. Sorrell, Virgilina, Va. 

Mrs. Jeanette Clark, Nelson, Va. 

Miss Luna Wiley, Virgilina, Va. 

Miss Pearl West, Vii-gilina, Va. 

Miss Allie Adcock, Nelson, Va. 

Mrs. W. R. Hicks, Bu'lock. 

Miss Mary Younger, Stovall. 

Miss Ella Knott, Stovall. 

C. A. D. Eak's. Oxford, No. 7. 

Miss Jean Daniel, Nelson, Va. 

Miss Bailey Daniel, Oxford, No. 3. 

Miss Cattle Yancey, Oxford, No. 7. 

Miss Carrie Fuller, Oxford, No. 5. 

Miss Daniel Marrow, Dabney. 

Miss Ruby Woodv. Oxford, No. 5. 

GREENE. 

W. G. Mvers, Snow Hill. 

Mrs. W. G. Myers, Snow Hill. 

Miss Mary Exum, Sno •' Hill. 

Miss Maud Lasitter, Snow Hill. 

R. J. Matlock, Hookerton. 

Miss Irene Syllivant, Hookerton. 

Miss Olive Morrill, Snow Hill. 

Miss Rosa Canady, Snow Hill. 

Miss Mary Lasitter, Snow Hill. 

C. V. Cannon, Snow Hill, No. 2. 

Miss Mary Edwardi Snow Hill. No. 2. 



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D. A. Windham, Snow Hill, No. 6. 

Miss Ora Carson, Ayden, No. 1. 

Miss Willie Harper, Snow Hill. 

Miss Florence Boyette, Snow Hill. 

Miss Mary Joyner, Snow Hill. 

Miss Estelle Exum, Farmville. 

Mrs. C. H. Btaman, ^now Hill. 

Miss Mary Harper, Snow Hill. 

Miss Addie Albritton, Pikeville. 

Miss Jennie D'ecring, Speights Bridge. 

Miss .\nnie Warters, La Grange. 

Miss Lula McKeel, Speights Bridge. 

Mrs. R. E. Moseley, Speights Bridge. 

Miss May Edmundson, Fountain, No. 2. 

Miss Rosa Holmes. Snow Hill. 

Miss Nannie Mewborn. Snow Hill. 

S. J. Davis, Speights Bridge, No. 2. 

\Y. L. Taylor, Snow Hill. 

Miss Maud Hadley, LaGrange. 

Miss Nathalie Outlaw, Snow Hill. 

Miss Willie Herring, Snow Hill. 

Miss Lillian Broome, LaGrange. 

Miss Celia Maxwell, Snow Hill. 

Miss Lena Potter, Snow Hill. 

Miss Lydia ilewborn, Snow HilL 

Miss Irene Jones, Arba. 

GUILFORD. 

Misg Hattie Greason, Eulis. 

Miss Abagail Foust, Julian, No. 1. 

Miss Lena Hammer, High Point. 

Miss Belle Sockweil, Gibsonville, No. 1. 

Ernest Iseley, McLeansville. 

Miss Ida Hutchins, Yadkinville. 

Miss Margaret E. Peele, Guilford College. 

Miss Agnes Lee Blake, Greensboro. 

W. G. Lowry, Greensboro. 

Miss Linnie Hodgin, Summerfield, No. 1. 

Folsom Smith, Summerfield. 

Mat Medearis. Greensboro. 

Mrs. Rosa Wharton, Sylvester. 

Miss Lelia Harris, Greensboro. 

Miss Myrtle Atwell, Greensboro, No. 1. 

Miss Beatrice Shepard, Liberty, No. 2. 

Miss Lelia Estelle Fentriss, Pleasant 
Garden. 

Miss Anna E. hardin, Greensboro. 

Misg Louisa Brooks, Greensboro. 

Miss Allie B. Pritchett, Brown Sum- 
mit, R. F. D. 

Miss Vanie Tryan, McLeansville. 

Miss Sallie L. Fentress, Pleasant Garden. 

Miss Adna Edwards, Kernersville. 

C. Turrentine Donnell, Gretnsboro, No. 4. 

Miss Mary B. Tavlor, Guilford College. 

Miss Daisy Stack, Colfax. 

Miss Roberta Stover, Pleasant Garden. 

Miss Ella V. Pegram, Greensboro. 

Miss Esther Pearl Crawford, Climax. 

Miss Annie Tickle, Gibsonville. 

Wm. Gurley Cobb, Pleasant Garden. 

S. A. Tucker, Kernersville, No. 2. 

Mrs. Rhoda E. Shepard, Greensboro, No. 4 

Miss Will Lois Jones, Greensboro. 

Miss Maud Myrtle Amick, Liberty, No. 2. 

Miss Anna May Kennedy, Thomasville, 

Miss Bettie Thomas, Stokesdale. 

Miss Nannie Lamb, Guilford College, 
No. 2. 

Miss Pearl Harding, High Point. 

Jas. W. Kellam, McLeansville. 

Miss Mattie Greeson, Whitsett. 



R. M. Gladstone, Greensboro, No. 0. 
J. Wright Pegram, Stokesdale. 
J. A. Powers, Higli Point. 
Mrs. Espie Forbis, Whitsett. 
Miss Lu'.a Wilson, Madison. 
O. V. Woosley, Pleasant Garden. 
Mrs. Alice Burney, Jamestown. 
Miss Mamie R. Lamb, Guilford College, 
No. 2. 
Miss Huldah Marshall, White Plain?. 
Miss Ida Hutchens, Yadkinville. 
Miss Bessie Howard, Greensboro. 
Miss Annie Long, Greensboro, No. 7. 
Miss E. May Coble, Greensboro, No. 6. 
Miss Dovie Mendenhall, Liberty. 
Miss Kara Reid, Silver Hill, No. 2. 
Miss Cora Lovings, Fern. 
Miss Mary Smith, Julian. 
Miss Gertrude Owtn, Julian. 
John S. Ttague, Greensboro, No. 6. 
Robt. M. Goolsbv. Matuson. 
W. G. Lowry. Oak Ridge. 
Miss Nettie Malloy, Reidsville. 
Miss Annie Love, Greensboro. 
R. B. Clarke, Greensboro, No. 2. 
S. H. Winch"ster, (col.), Greensboro. 
Miss Elma Johnson, High Point. 
Miss Nannie M. Lowe, High Point. 
Miss Lelia Kirkman. Pleasant Garden. 
Chas. L. Jones, High Point. 
J. F. Webb, Gibsonville. 
Miss Bessie Benbow, Oak Ridge. 
Miss Lottie Whitaker, Oak Ridge. 
Mrs. T. N. Sei.ars. Brown Summit. 
Miss Josephine Scott, Graham. 
Miss Ella Andffrson, Burlington. 
L. Lee White, Raleigh. 

HALIFAX. 

Miss Marj' Pheips, Scotland Neck. 

Miss Mariani Webb, Scotland Neck. 

Miss Pauline Tillery, Scot and Neck. 

Miss Bessie Cherry, Scotland Neck. 

Miss Lottie Eure, Halifax. 

Miss Maude Neville, Heathsville. 

Miss Nettie Gilliam, Halifax. 

Miss Emma M.yrick, Littleton. 

Miss Maude Arrington, Aure.ian Springs. 

Miss Frances Pi-rker, Heathsville. 

Miss Thtresa Dickens, Halifax. 

Miss Dela Bustin, Enfield. 

Miss Vio'a Wright, Littleton. 

Miss Clara Egan MaGuire, Littleton. 

Miss Helen F. MaGuire, Littleton. 

Miss Connie W. Johnston. Littleton. 

Miss E la L. Johnston, Littleton. 

Miss Beatrice Anderson, Klkton. 

Miss Mary L. Robertson, Kitchin. 

Miss Pattie G. Vaughan, Tillery. 

Miss Marie Williams, Ringwood. 

Miss Reby Ousby, Halifax. 

Miss Lizzie Bennett, Warrenton. 

Miss Evie Peele, Palmyia. 

Miss Effie Whitaker, Littleton. 

Miss Mamie E. Pittman, Whitakers. 

Miss Helen Perry, Scotland Neck. 

Miss Annie L. Branch, Weidon. 

Miss Mattie L. Carter, Kitchin. 

Miss Nonie Wil]iford, Scotland Neck. 

Miss Lucy C. Sugg, Tarboro. 

Miss Lillian Barkley, Roanoke Rapids. 

Miss Daile W^hitehead, Scotland Neck. 



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Miss Helen Daniel, Halifax. 

Miss Tempie Daniel, Airlie. 

Miss Dora Dickens, Halifax. 

Miss Jimmie Clark, Creek. 

Miss Mamie Hunter, Brinkleyville. 

Miss MjTa Hunter, Brinklejville. 

Miss Margaret Savage, Scotland Neck. 

Miss Mary L. Whitehead, Scotland Neck. 

Miss Mary E. Badger, Rosemary. 

Miss Mary Wills, Brinkleyville. 

Miss Bessie Hancock, Scotland Neck. 

Miss Pennie W. Daniel, Roanoke Rapids. 

Miss Daisy E. Rosser, Essex. 

Miss Willemia Bobbitt, Enfield. 

Miss Alice F. Barham, Halifax. 

Miss Fannie R. Phelps, Scotland Neck. 

Miss Minnie K. Dunn, Scotland Neck. 

Miss Lou V. Morre, Battleboro. 

Miss M. Elizabeth Whitehead, Scotland 
Neck. 

Jliss E. W. Lucas, Enfield. 

Miss Linda Inge, W'eldon. 

Miss Rachael Hardee, Enfield. 

Miss Julia Carter, Littleton. 

Miss Josephine Crawley, Littleton. 

Miss Prvor Bowers, Roanoke Rapids. 

Miss Dorothy E. Pike, Enfield. 
Miss Mary W. Ro^cr, Kssex. 

Miss Sarah Hartsell, Aurelian Springs. 

Miss Mary D. Robinson, Littleton. 
Miss Margaret Quincy, Enfleld. 
E. H. Clark, Halita.x. 

Miss Lilly I. Hartsell, Littleton. 

Miss Ethel W. Bennett, Littleton. 

Miss Sarah Blanchard, .\urelian Springs. 

Miss Mamie L. Parker, Enfield. 

Miss Katie L. Bennett, Enfleld. 

Miss Helen Thompson, Aurelian Springs. 

Miss Lillie Glasgow, Scotland Neck. 

Miss Bessie CheiTy, Scotland Neck. 

Miss Carrie Medlin, Weldon. 

Miss Mary E. White, Enfield. 

Mrs. J. W. Leggett, Hobgood. 

HARNETT. 

John A. McLean, Dunn. 

Miss Florence Gray, Dunn. 

Miss Mary Hj-man, Dunn. 

Miss Mary Moslej', Dunn. 

Miss Corinne Harper, IXmn. 

Miss Minnie Leggett, Dunn. 

Miss Pearl Aycock, Dunn. 

Miss Jessie Smith, Dunn. 

Mrs. Nor\'ella Hodges, Dunn. 

Seth E. Coats, Dunn. 

S. T. Hodges, Dunn. 

B. F. Miller, Dunn. 

Miss Lissie Lee, Dunn. 

J. R. Strickland, Dunn. 

Miss Ha Aman, Thoinwall. 

Miss Flora McCormick, Cambro. 

Miss Florence Burgess, Cambro. 

Miss Mildred Cameron, Broadway, No. 1. 

Miss Nora Smith, Benson, No. 3. 

S. R. Wilson, Benson, No. 3. 

Miss Ernie Smith, C'arai.nas, No. 1. 

Miss Armelia Meares, Angler. 

J. M. Page, Angler. 

J. D. Champion, Chalk Level. 

Miss Annie M. Sheppard, Chalk Level. 

J. J. Burt, Holly Springs, No. 2. 



Mrs. Lillie Wood, Holly Springs, No. 2. 

G. W. HoUiday, Kipling, No. 1. 

Miss Annie Wttmore, Duke. 

Miss Sallie Ratcliffe, Duke. 

Miss Rosa Thomas, Duke. 

Miss Mamie Elliot, Duke. 

Miss Edith Parker, Benson, No. 3. 

John M. Coats, Angler, No. 3. 

C. D. Stewart, Coats. 

Miss Minnie Geddie, Coats. 

Miss Sudie Sexton, Coats. 

Miss Rella Bryan, Dunn, No. 3. 

Miss Effie Holland, Duke, No. 2. 

Nora Page, Duke, No. 2. 

J. G. Johnson, Duke, No. 2. 

Miss Janie Williams, Linden. 

MIk Callie Page, Duke, No. 1. 

Miss Vara Lee, Duke, No. 1. 

Miss JIaggie Collier, Duke, No. 1. 

Miss Flossie Green, Kipling, No. 1. 

V. C. Matthews, Kipling, No. 1. 

Rev. B. G. Early, Chalybeate Springs. 

Miss Nannie Utley, Cardenas, No. 1. 

M. C. Wilder, Fuquay Springs, No. 1. 

J. D. Marcom, Fuquav Springs, No. 1. 

Miss Nellie Smith, Chalybeate Springs. 

Miss Flossie Graham, Spout Springs. 

Miss Ida Campoell, Cameron. 

J. E. Crutchfield, Lillington. 

Miss May Withers, Lillington. 

Miss Margaret Spears, Lillington. 

Rev. J. A. Campbell, Buies Creek. 

Mrs. Florence Shaw, Buies Creek. 

Miss Lula Green, Lillington, No. 1. 

Miss lola Upchurch, Lillington, No. 1. 

Miss Nellie Black, ;5ummerville. 

Miss Bessie Davis, Fish Creek. 

Miss Flora Dickenson, Mohawk. 

Miss Jane McCormick, Lillington, No. 1. 

Miss Mary McDonald, Cambro. 

Miss Annie B. McLean, Legal. 

Miss Ola B. Mcintosh, Swann Station. 

T. A. Harrington, Harrington. 

H. Y. Smith, Mohawk. 

Walter Hogan, Broadway. 

Z. J. Wormack, Legal. 

HAYWOOD. 

W. C. Allen, Waynes vUie. 

B. L. Baker, Waynesville. 

J. R. Sanders, Waynesville. 

Miss Sarah Roberts, Waynesville. 

Miss Jane Swift, WajTiesvilie. 

Miss Mary Davis, Waynesville. 

Miss Mary McFadyan, Waynesville. 

Miss Cora Ward, Wa>TiesvIlIe. 

Miss Mary Ector, Waynesville. 

Mrs. Wyehe, Waynesville. 

Miss Annie Shelton, Waynesville. 

Miss Pearl Shelton, Waynesville. 

J. L. Medford, Waynesville, No. 1. 

Miss Una Piatt, Wajnesville, No. 1. 

Miss Carolina Heinrich, Waynesville, No.l. 

Miss Falsome Medfc-d, Clyde, No. 1. 

Miss Mae Glance, Clyde, No. 1. 

Miss Belle Francis, Waynesville, No. 3. 

Miss Mae Glance, Clyde, No. 1. 

Miss Belle Francis, Waynesville, No. 3. 

Miss Maggie McElroy. Waynesville, No. 3 

J. R. Leatherwood, Tuscola. 

Miss French Kirkpatrick, Clyde, No. 1. 




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L. A. Moody, Waj'nesville, No. 2. 

Mrs. J. L. McNcer, Waynesville, No. 3. 

Miss Gertrude Wilson, Waynesville, No.2 

Miss Daisie Kinslanr!, Waynesville, No. 3, 

A. C. Cook, Canton, No. 2. 

L. S. Stamey, Clyde. 

D. H. Pless, Cruso. 

Frank Byers, Clyde. 

R. I>. McDowell, Canton. 

Miss Mattie Bullard, Canton. 

Miss Constance Wardlaw, Canton. 

Miss Margaret Call, Canton. 

Miss Dorothy Rockinham, Canton. 

Miss Christabel McFadyan, Canton. 

Miss Estelle McCracken, Crabtree. 

R. E. Reynolds, Canton. 

T. H. Rogers, Clyde. 

Miss Ida McCracken, Clyde, No. 1. 

Miss Mattie Haynes, Clyde No. 1. 

J. L. Reynolds, Clyde. 

Erastus Stamey, Clyde. 

Mrs. M. P. Havnes, Clvue. 

Jtrs. D. J. Miller, Clyde. 

Miss Vessie Cathey, Clyde. 

R. C. Chambers, Waynesville, No. 2. 

C. A. Haynes, Clve, No. 1. 

S. C. Bryan, Clyde, No. 1. 

Miss Ollie Maney, Clyde, No. 1. 

Miss Blanche Sanfora, Clyde, No. 1. 

Claud Williams, Crabtree. 

Claud Mcdford, Clyde. No. 1. 

Miss Mary Hawkins, Crabtree, No. 1. 

J. T. Ferguson, Crabtree, No. 1. 

Miss Lizzie McCracken, Crabtree, No. 1. 

Marshall Messer, Tea^ue. 

Miss Leona Fincher, Crabtree, No. 1. 

Mrs. Delia Fincher, Hurricane. 

Miss Effie Jarrette, Crabtree, No. 1. 

Thomas Bramlett, Waynesville, No. 2. 

AVm. Howell, Cove Creek. 

Miss Nora Davis, Cove Creek. 

John Howell, Cove Creek. 

Mi-s. D. J. Moore, Mt. Sterling. 

Miss Lizzie McMahan, Mt. Sterling. 

Mrs. May Bennett. Nellie. 

Glenn Palmer, Nellie. 

J. A. Singleton, Waynesville, No. 2. 

J. M. Queen, Waynesville, No. 2. 

Miss Fannie Haynes, Clyde, No. 1. 

Albert Bramlett, Waynesville, No. 2. 

Miss Georgia Reeves, Tuscola. 

Miss Mollie Oim t-., \vn,-n t:\iile, No. 2. 
HENDERSON. 

Wm. T. Clark, U.nu rsouvule, R.F.D. 

J. S. Hart, Hendersonville R.F.D. 

Miss Clara Pitello, Hendersonville, R.F.D. 

Miss Lela Hart, Hendersonville, R.F.D. 

Miss Lucrttia Love, Hendersonville, 
R. F. D. 

Miss Clyda Hart, Hendersonville, R F.D. 

Miss Ola Collins, Hendersonville, R.F.D. 

French Pittello, Hendersonville, R.F.D. 

Miss Allie Kilpatrick, Hendersonville, 
R. F. D. 

Miss Mamie Shipman, Hendersonville, 
R. F. D. 

Miss Celia Freeman, Hendersonville, 
R. F. D. 

Miss Louise Miller, Hendarsonville, R.F.D. 

Miss Lola Shipman, Hendereonville, 
R. F. D. 



Miss Lula Hart, Hendersonville, R.F.D. 
M. E. Bamwell, Hendersonville R.F.D. 
T. A. Drake, Hendersonville, R.F.D. 
Henry Huggins, Hendersonville, R.F.D. 
James H. Pace, Hendersonville, R.F.D. 
Luther .Anderson, Etowah, R.F.D. 
M. A. Matheson, Etowah. 
Miss Callie Morgan, Etowah. 
J. W. Morgan, Etowah. 
J. W. Anderson, Etowah, R.F.D. 

A. J. Hamilton, Etowah, R.F.D. 

Miss Mary Kate Cash, Horse Shoe, R.F.D. 

Miss Augusta Warlick, Horse Shoe, R.F.D. 

Miss Mary Holden, Horse Shoe, R.F.D. 

Miss Hattie Warlick, Horse Shoe, R.F.D. 

Miss Marv Woodfin, Horse Shoe, R.F.D. 

W. S. Young, Flat Rock, R. F. D. 

Miss Lala Brock, Flat Rock, R.F.D. 

Miss Nellie Hart, Flat Rock. 

Miss Myrtle G. Hart, Flat Rock. 

G. F. Clark, Flat Rock. 

Mi-s. J. A. Flack, Edneyville. 

E. E. Lyda, Edneyville. 

H. M. Lyda, Edneyville. 

W. R. Paris, D'ana. 

Miss Matilda Jane Head, Dana. 

J. H. Merchant, Dana. 

Miss Mattie Sales, Flctcner. 

Miss Sue Lanning, Fletcher. 

Miss Elizabeth G. Grabill, Fletcher. 

B. R. Ledbetter, Blantyre. 

C. M. Gallamore, Brevard. 
Miss Sallie Osborne, Brevard. 
Miss Lena Wilson, Brevard. 
Miss Georgia Bell, Brevard. 
Miss Sarah Freeman, Bat Cave. 
^Hss Effle Freeman, Bat Cave. 
Miss Martha Freeman, Bat Cave. 
Miss Ethel Pryor, Bear Wallow. 
Miss Charlotte Young, Penrose. 
Miss Bernice Gibbs, Dimsdale. 
T. M. Johnson, Arden. 

Mrs. T. M. Johnson, Arden. 

Miss Florence McCracken, Crabtree. 

Miss Otta A. Tuvtv v. C'f.vr.land. R.F.D. 

HERTFORD. 
Mrs. R. E. Lee, Bovkins, Va., No. 2. 
J. H. Picot, Como. 
Miss Josephine Vann, Uomo. 
Miss Bessie Jones, Como. 
Miss Jennie Ferguson, Latta. 
Miss Mary C. Deans, Murfreesboro. 
W. F. Nelson, Conway. 
Miss Maude Mitchell, Murfreesboro. 
Miss Kate Story, AiiosKie, No. 3. 
Miss Marv Harrell, Mapleton. 
N. W. Britton, Winton. 
Miss Eula Wise, Tunis. 
Miss Clarice Williford, Ahoskie. 
Miss Nettie Odom, Ahoskie. 
L. F. Godwin, AhosKie. 
Miss Minnie Horton, Cofield. 
Miss Nita Boyce, Harrc'lsville. 
Miss Maggie Bradshav^^, Harrellsville. 
Miss Mary Thomas, Cofield. 
Miss Irma Shields, Ahoskie, No. 4. 
Miss Gertnide Brett, Ahoskie. 
Miss Mattie Sykes, Menola. 
Miss Mattie Garrett, Ahoskie. 
Miss Mary Vann, Auiander. 
Miss Julia Cobb, Ahoskie. 



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Miss Lydia Mitchell Aulander. 
E. P. Dixon, Ahoskle. 
Miss Melissa Pliiliips, Ahoskie. 
Miss Eva Watford, Ahoskie. 

HYDE. 

Leslie Simmons, Faii-fli^Id. 

Mrs. S. J. Mann, Faii-fleld. 

J. C. Sadler, Fairfiol.l. 

R. E. Carter, Englehard. 

Guy M. Guthrie, Enj^Iehard. 

Mrs. J. E. Swindell, Middleton. 

Miss Pearl Mann, Lake Landing. 

Miss Sallie Watson, Lake Landing. 

Miss Ada Rue, Swan Quarter. 

Miss Pearl Billups, Swan Quarter. 

Miss Eagan Giils, Swan Quarter. 

Mi^ Lillian Spencer, Swan Quarter. 

J. R. Credle, Swan Quarter. 

Mrs. K. R. Beckwith, Swan Quarter. 

Miss Annie Credle, Swan Quarter. 

Miss Etta Berry, Swan Quarter. 

Miss Estelle Spencer, Swan Quarter. 

Miss Margaret McGowan, Swan Quarter. 

Mrs. Bettie Midyette, Scranton. 

George T. Tj'son, Leachville. 

Miss Etta Spenci r, Scranton. 

IREDEUD. 

Miss Ethel Andrews, Statesville, No. 4. 

A. G. Blankenship, Jennings. 

Miss Laura Bradford, Eufola, No. 1. 

Miss Maud Baity, Dunlap. 

Miss Anna Baity, Troutmans, No. 2. 

Miss Anna Bagwell, Loraj'. 

Miss Maud Brady, Eufola. 

Miss Cvnthia Crater, Olin. 

J. W. Crater, Olin. 

J. H. Campbell, Harmony. 

0. P. Campbell, Statesvile, No. 7. 

Smith Campbell, Statesville, No. 5. 

Miss Bessie Cline, Statesville. 

C. A. Davidson, Statesville, No. 3. 

Miss Sallie Davidson, Statesville, No. 3. 

Mrs. Lois Ervin, Mooresville, No. I. 

J. O. Ervin, Mt. Mourne. 

L. A. Ervin, Scotts. 

Miss Nettie Freeland, Troutmans. 

Miss Elizabeth Fost?r, Statesville. 

Mr. J. W. Foster, Cleveland, No. 2. 

B. L. Gatton, Olin. 

Miss Lena Grav, Statesville, No. 6. 

Miss Etha M. Goforth, Olin. 

Miss Marv A. Hill, Statesville, No. 5. 

Millard B. Holton, O'in. 

H. C. Hepler, Jennings. 

Miss Daisy Heath, Harmony. 

Miss Margaret Howard, Ti'outmans. 

B. C. Howard, Troutmans, No. 2. 

Perry HoPand, New Hope. 

Miss Ina Huie, O'in. 

Miss Mattie R. Hall, Statesville, No. 2. 

Miss Mabel Hunter, Loray. 

Everctte Harmon, Statesville, No. 5. 

S. C. Johnson, Jenninsfs. 

J. R. Johnson, Jcnninsrs, No. 1. 

Miss Elizabeth Knox, Statesville, No. 4. 

G. A. Lazenby, Stat^s-ville, No. 4. 

Francis Johnson, Statesville, No. 6. 

M. T. Hinshaw, Troutmans. 

Mrs. J. P. Moore, Eufola, No. 1. 



J. F. Mitchell, Cool Springs. 

Miss Leiia Mitchell, Harmony, No. 3. 

R. M. Maybcrry, New Hope, No. 1. 

Miss Jennie McLelland, Statesville, No. 6. 

Miss Ethel Morrison, Statesville, No. 2. 

Jno. R. Myers, Jennings. 

Clyde Nicholson, Haniptonville, No. 1. 

Miss Bessie Nicho"son, Harmony. 

A. B. Oxford, Statesvile. 

W. G. Privette, Statesville, No. 2. 

A. M. PliaiT, Statesville, No. 5. 

R. C. Redman, Mooresville, No. 1. 

Miss AUie Redman, New Hope. 

T. A. Rimmer, Statesville, No. 3. 

W. M. Reid, New Hope. 

Miss Li!a Reece, Elmwood. 

J. W. Rash, Statesville. 

0. P. Beard, Mooresville, No. 2. 

A. J. Shaver, Mooresville, R. F. D. 

Miss Lillian Shinn, Troutmans, No. 2. 

J. W. Sharpe, llarmonv, No. 2. 

W. P. Sharpe, Harmonv, R. F. D. 

J. A. Stewart, Eufola, No. i. 

R. C. Sloan, Olin. 

C^avton Troutman, Troutmans. 

Wni. Trivette, Eufola. 

Huie Templeton, Jennings. 

N. F. Templeton, Jennings. 

Alee Templeton, Mooresvill°, No. 4. 

Vennie Joe Templeton. Mooresville. 

AVatt Summers, Statesville, R. F. D. 

Miss Jennie Taylor, Troutmans, No. 1. 

Miss Mattie To'bert, Troutmans, No. 1. 

Miss Claudia Tharpe, Harmony. 

Miss Mamie Tharpe, Harmony. 

Miss Nannie Tharpe, Harmony. 

H. P. VanHoy, Jennings. 

J. W. Vanllo}', Harmony. 

R. W. Windsor, Hampton\iile, No. 1. 

E. H. Williams, New Hope. 

C. M. Wooten, Harmony, No. 1. 

G. H. Weaver, Lorav. 

J. M. Watts, Scotts.' 

Alta Younger, Statesville, R. F. D. 

R. E. Lr-van, Stonv Point. 

C. T. Pool, Statesville. 

J. N. Morgan, Harmony. 

Miss GertiTjde Harwell, Statesville. 

S. E. Hedrick, Statesville, R.F.D. 

JACItSON. 

Miss Hattie Norton, Cashiers. 

Miss Pearl Zachary, Casniers. 

Miss Lessie Norton, Norton. 

Miss Bessie Picklcsimer, Whiteside. 

Miss Julia Henson, >orton. 

Miss May R. Jamison, Glenville. 

Miss Eva Brown, Cowarts. 

John W. Bird, Whittier. 

Vernon Hooper, Tuckaseigee. 

Miss Olive Long, Painter. 

Miss Alice McGuire. Norton. 

L. V. Tilley, Speedwell. 

1. H. Powell, Tnckaseigee. 
Miss Flodia Wike, Tuckaseigee. 
Miss Lela Norton, East LaPorte. 
Miss Lillie Wood, Wolf Mountain. 
J. A. Johnson, Arg^ira. 

Miss Rosa Powell, Tuckaseigee. 
Miss Willa Tritt, Tuckaseigee. 
Miss Florence Coward, Painter. 



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J. I. Stephenson, Clavton, No. 1. 

Miss Floy Johnson, Clayton, No. 1. 

Miss Elsie Penny, Garner, No. 1. 

Miss Sara Whitley, Wilson, No. 3. 

Miss Kate Edniundson, Willow Springs, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

J. M. Turner, Garner, No. 1. 

Miss Ix)U Young, Benson, No. 4. 

Miss Lettie Ryals, Smithfleld, No. 1. 

Miss Mattie Stephenson, Benson, No. 4. 

Miss Cvnthia Austin, Willow Springs, 
R. F. D.' No. 1. 

Miss Leola Smith, Angrier, No. 1. 

H. D. Lambert, Benson, No. 1. 

H. V. Rose, Benson, No. 'S. 

Miss Geneva Benson, Benson, No. o. 

Miss Maggie Hardee, Benson, No. 3. 

Miss Lillian Young, Benson, No. 4. 

R. H. Higgins, Benson, No. 1. 

Miss Ettie Wheeler, Benson, No. 1. 

Miss Mamie Page, Benson, No. 1. 

R. A. Weaver, Four Oaks. 

Miss Vessie Coats, Four Oaks, No. 4. 

Miss Emily S. Smith, SmithfiLld, No. 1. 

Rev. J. R. Johnson, Four Oaks, No. 4. 

Miss Laura Canaday, Benson, No. 1. 

Miss Lessie Rose, Four Oaks, No. 4. 

G. H. Wheeler, Benson. 

F. L. Woodall, Benson. 

Miss Johnnie Parker, Four Oaks, No. 3. 

Miss Ella Parker, Four Oaks, No. 3. 

J. L. Woodall, Four Oaks, No. 3. 

M. L. Altman, Benson, No. 2. 

Miss Mary Marshburn, Benson, No. 2. 

Julian Godwin, Benson, No. 3. 

Miss Liliie Watson, Benson, No. 3. 

Miss Ethel Barber, Benson, No. 2. 

Junius Barefoot, Benson, No. 2. 

Miss Hepsic Hudson, Dunn, No. 2. 

Miss Annie Lassiter, Beasley, No. 2. 

Joseph W. Wood, Benson, No. 2. 

John Langston, Benson, No. 2. 

Arthur Britt, Beasley, No. 1. 

Mrs. Luna Toler, Beasley, No. 1. 

C. M. Altman, Beasley, No. 2. 

Samuel H. Massey, Four Oaks, No. 1. 

Miss Jane Lee, Four Oaks, No. 1. 

Rev. C. B. Strickland, Four Oaks, No. 1. 

N. B. Strickland, Four Oaks, No. 1. 

Ira Lee, Four Oaks, No. 'Z. 

Miss Obelia Lee, Four Oaks, No. 2. 

C. J. Thomas, Four Oaks, R. P. D. 
Osborn Langston, Four Oaks, R. F. D. 
Miss Ellen Eldridge, Four Oaks. 

Miss Kezzie Peedin, Princeton, R. F. D. 
Miss MoUie E. Helme, Princeton, No. 2. 
A. J. Fitzgerald, Princrton, R. F. D. 
S. R. Brady, Pine Level. 
J. N. Wiggs, Pine Level, No. 1. 
Miss Ruth Jones, Smithfleld, No. 2. 
Miss Onie Britt, Smithfleld, No. 2. 
P. J. Korncgay, Princeton, R. F. D. 
E. P. Pearce, Princeton, R. F. D. 

D. M. Bizzell, Princeton, R. F. D. 
Miss Bertha Rayford, Princeton, R. F. I>. 
Miss Sallie O iver, Kenly, R. F. D. 
Mrs. Daisy Pittman, Kenly, No. 4. 
Miss Annie Aycock, Kenly. 

Miss Anna Smith, Kenly, No. 2. 

Miss Emily Stephenson, Kenly, No. 2. 

Miss Hettie Raytord, Selma, No. 1. 



Theo. D. Shelton, Rich Mountain. 
W. B. Davis, Cowarts. 
G. W. Sprinkle, Painter. 
Miss Susie Brown, Harris. 
Miss Mattie Rigdon, SpeedwelL 
Miss Gertie Coward, Painter. 
John T. Ammons, Oscar. 
Mrs. Lena Wallace, Painter. 
Miss Bertha Henson, Webster. 
Mrs. Otelia Ixing, Painter. 
Miss Cellie Bryson, Painter. 
B. F. Buchanan, Glenville. 
Miss Demmerries Long, Faintir. 
Miss Birdie Shelton, Whittier. 
S. T. C^ioper, Whittier. 
J. L. Woodward, Webster. 
Miss Lillian Stillwell, Webster. 
Miss Julia Frissell, Webster. 
Miss Kittle Zachary, Norton. 
Miss Sadie Stillwell, Webster. 
Miss Gertiiide Wilson, Painter. 
Grover C. Cooper, Whittier. 
Mack Higdon, Deets. 
Miss Inez D. Cathev, Sylva. 
Miss Bertha L. Ensley, Sylva. 
Miss Lena Bryson, Sylva. 
W. C. Queen, D'illsboro. 
Miss Bessie Shelton, Whittier. 
Miss Mary McHan, Wi'mot. 
D. A. Monteith, Dillsboro. 

■ Owen, Whitti'T. 

Mrs. M. B. Henson, Whittier. 
Miss Margaret McLauglin, Whittier. 
Miss Lela Henson, Webster. 

JOHNSTON. 

I. T. Turlington, Smithfleld. 

Miss Bettie bee Sanders, Smithfleld. 

Miss Mamie Ellis. Smithfleld. 

Miss Rena Bingham, Smithfleld. 

Mrs. I. T. Turlington, Smithfleld. 

H. V. Cole, Selma. 

Miss Bessie Whitaker, Selma. 

Miss Ruth Matthews, Selma. 

Miss Florence Fitzgerald, Selma. 

Mrs. R. A. Ashworth, Selma. 

J. E. B. Davis, Selma. 

J. R. Williams, Clayton. 

Miss lone Guley, Clayton. . 

Miss Ruby Ellis, Clayton. 

Miss Bessie Pulliam, Clayton. 

R. T. Teague, Kenly. 

Miss Rena Edgerton, Kenly. 

Miss Emma Matthews, Kenly. 

Mrs. C. C. Teague, Kenly. 

L. T. Royall, Benson. 

Miss Ml ta F. Wi liams, Benson. 

Miss Lillian Markham, Benson. 

Miss Jennie Baucom, Benson. 

Miss E. Gertrude Coleman, Wilson Mills. 

Miss Nellie Richardson, Wilson Mills. 

J. L. Showier, Princeton. 

Mrs. M. R. Strachan, Princeton. 

Miss Minnie R. Strachan, Princeton. 

N. W. McLamb, Four Oaks. 

Mrs. Sopliia Adams, Four Oaks. 

Miss Anna McLcod, Four Oaks. 

W. P. Cameron, Pine Level. 

Miss Eu'a Jones, Pine Level. 

J. N. Wiggs, Micro. 

Mrs. J. N. Wiggs, Micro. 



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Misa Cora Edgerton, Selma, No. 4. 
Miss J. H. Stuckey, Pine LeveL 
Miss Debbie Bailey, Selma, No. 1. 
Miss Bertie Jones, Selma, No. 1. 
M. D. Thomas, Kenly, No. 2. 
Miss Mary Bunn, Kenly, No. 2. 
R. H. Hudson, Selma, No. 2. 
Miss Katie Bailey, Kenly, No. 2. 
Miss Jennie Hester, Wakefield, R. F. D. 
Mrs. Martha High, Selma, No. 2. 
Miss Mary L. Dunn, Wakefield, No. 1. 
Miss Acena Edwards, Selma, R. F. D. 
Mrs. I. W. Hocutt, Wakefield, No. 1. 
E. Liles, Archer. 

Miss Ida Castleberry, Archer, R. F. D. 
Miss Anna C. Boone, Wakefield, No. 1. 
Miss Fannie Edwards, Archer, R. F. D. 
Miss Emma Eldridge, Archer, No. 1. 
A. C. Standi, Selma, R. F. D. 
Misa Ida Woodard, Micro. 
Miss Myrtle Bagley, Selma, No. 1. 
J. P. Easom, Selma, No. 1. 
Miss Anna Underwood, Smithfleld. 
Miss Sarah Pipkin, Smithfleld, No. 2. 
Miss Lona Edgerton, Smithfleld, No. 2. 
W. J. Alford, Smithfleld, No. 1. 
Miss Cornelia Sanders, Smithfleld, No. 1. 
Mrs. Lillie L. Johnson, Wilson Mills, 
No. 3. 

J. A. Batten, Wilson Mills. No. 3. 

JONES. 

Miss Ora Dudley, Trenton. 

Miss Eva Pollock, Trenton. 

Miss Mabel Wilson, Trenton. 

Miss Eunice May, Trenton. 

Miss Rosa Wooten, ^renton. 

Miss Birtie Taylor, Trenton. 

Miss Ethel McDaniel, Trenton. 

Miss Inez Koonce, Trenton. 

E. A. Hammon, Trenton. 

M. W. Whitaker, Trenton. 

Jos. Koonce, Trenton. 

Miss Florence Wooten, Maysville. 

Miss Rosa Lee Shaw, Maysville. 

Miss Mary Parker, Maysville. 

P. C. Williams, Kinston. 

Miss Mariza Oldham, Kinston. 

Miss Ruth Outlaw, Kinston. 

A. H. White, Polloksvi.'e. 

Miss Stella Simpson, Polloksville. 

Miss Sallie Foscue, Maysville. 

Miss Lizzie Brinson, Keesboro. 

Miss Ethel Trevillian, Richmond, Va. 

Miss Blanche Arnold, Dover. 

George G. Noble, Tuckahoe. 

Mrs. Eula Noble, Tuckahoe. 

T>ENOJR. 

Miss Mary O. Rice, Kinston. 

Miss Addie Coward, Grifton. 

Miss Ag^es Oakes, Hugo. 

Miss Blanche Taylor, Kinston. 

Mrs. W. C. Sutton. Kinston. 

Miss Beatrice Raynor, Kinston. 

Miss Mae Braxton, Kinston. 

Miss Julia Jarman, Kinston, R. F. D. 

Mrs. J. H. MewDorne. Kinston, R. F. D. 

Miss Bessie Jloore, Kinston, R. F. D. 

Mrs. Zuleime Wooten, Kinston. 

Mrs. Nonie Herring, Kinston. 



Floyd Loftin, Kinston, R. F. D. 

Miss Kate Kornegay, LaGrange, R. F. D. 

Miss Nannie Pridgen, LaGrange, R.F.D. 

Miss Ella W. Barrel 1, LaGrange, R. F. D. 

Miss Mary E. Baugham, LaGrange, 
R. .F D. 

Miss Blanche Ivev, LaGrange, R. F. D. 

Uzzell, LaGrange, R. F. D. 

Miss Floy Quinn, Seven Springs, R. F. D. 

Miss Bessie Elmore, Kinston, R. F. D. 

Miss Lillie Belle Tally, Seven Springs, 
R. P. D. 

Miss Lillie Herring, Deep Run. 

Miss Dwilla Heath, Deep Run. 

Miss Annie Rhodes, Deep Kun. 

Miss Etta Jones, Kinston. R. F. D. 

Miss Carrie Davis, Kinston, R. F. D. 

Miss Bessie Worley, Kinston. 

Miss Eugenia Scarljorough, Kinston, R. 
F. D. 

Miss Alice Jackson, Kinston, R. F. D. 

Miss Evelyn Smith, Pink Hill. 

Miss Delia Hazelton, Repose. 

Miss Mary Moye, Repose. 

Miss Fannie Aldridge, Repose. 

Mrs. Laura Jones, Repose. 

Troy Tyndal, Repose. 

Miss Jessie Hardy, Deep Run. 

Miss Hattie Hardv. Deep Run. 

Phillip Stroud. Kinston, R. F. D. 

Miss May Smith, Kinston, R. F. D. 

Miss Mattie Noble, Kinston, R. F. D. 

Miss Lillie Bryan, Kinston. 

Miss Martha Brown, Kinston, R. F. D. 

Miss Natale Wooten, Kinston, R. F. D. 

Miss Phebe Shaw, Kinston. 

Miss Kathleen Wooten, Kinston, R. F. D. 

Miss Melissa May. Kinston, R. F. D. 

Miss Mary C. Harvey. Kinston, R. F. D. 

Miss Alice King, Kinston, R. F. D. 

LINCOLN. 

Miss Minnie Bess, Cherryville. 

Miss Laura Hinkle, Stanley, R. F. D. 

Miss Ruth Warlick. Reepsville. 

Miss Lela Finger, Alexis. R. F. D. 

Miss Alice Huss, Southside. 

Miss Nora Huss, Southside. 

Miss Alice Graham, Machpelah. 

Miss Edna Reinhardt, Stanley. 

Miss Louise Reinhardt. Stanley. 

C. L. Eaker, Cherryville. 

Miss Leona Robinson, Machpelah. 

Miss Fannie Mcintosh, D'enver. 

Miss Allie May Rudisille, Iron Station. 

Miss Flossie Armstrong. Iron Station. 

Miss Hattie Armstrong, Iron Station. 

Robert Camp. Iron Station. 

Mi.ss Pearl Camp, Iron Station. 

Miss ]\Iay Camp, Iron Station. 

Miss Ruth Rudisill, Iron Station. 

Miss Maude Ramsey, Lincolnton. 

iliss Flossie Ramsey, Lincolnton. 

Miss .lessie Ramsey, Lincolnton. 

Miss Nora Ramsey, Lincolnton. 

Miss Ada Ramsey, Lincolnton. 

T. S. Ramsey, Lincolnton. 

IMiss Emma Hinkle, Stanley. 

Miss Carrie Ba'lard, Alexis. 

Miss Laura Bingham, Fallston. 

Miss Emma Grigg. Fallston. 




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M. B. Clegg, Crouse. 

Miss Clara Smyre, Ciouse. 

Miss Bettie York, Crouse. 

S. A. Brown, Crouse. 

Oeie Hauss, Lincolnton. 

Miss Pearl Crooks, LincoTnton. 

Bcaurcguard Hauser, Lincolnton. 

Rev. C. R. Ross, Lincolnton. 

Mrs. Georgia Ross, Lincolnton. 

Miss Mamie Rudisille, Iron Station. 

Miss Sulj'o Brown, Iron Station. 

J. K. Rudisille, Iron Station. 

Miss Eva Dellingcr, Iron Station. 

Miss Addie Delling-er, Iron Station. 

Miss Cora Dellinger, Iron Station. 

Waverly Rudisille, Iron Station. 

Miss Estelle Ale.xander, Stanley. 

Miss Julia E. Cashion, Stanley. 

Miss Cora Blair, Stanley. 

D. E. Bolick, Denver. 

J. W. Mcintosh, Denver. 

Miss Rebecca Howard, Denver. 

Miss Jessie Mundy, Denver. 

T. M. Luty, Ree'psville. 

Austin Wilson, Reepsville. 

Miss Vara Hauss, R?epsville. 

Riser Hauss, Reepsville. 

Miss Susie Phillips, Newton, R. F. D. 

D. P. Beam, Cherryville. 

A. M. Williams, Henry. 

Miss Sallie Wilson, Lawndale. 
Charlie Maples, Toluca. 
Harry Smallwood, Toluca. 
Miss Grorsria Lutz, Eallston. 
Miss Maude Beam, Henry. 
Miss Ellis Proctor, Long Shoals. 
W. C. Hallman, Llnco'nton. 

E. I. Mosteller, Reepsville. 
R. E. Lineberger, Southside. 
Luther Abernathy, Iron Station. 
Henry Womack, Alexis. 

Miss Sarepta Smathers, Henry. 
Miss Ellen W. Graham, Machpelah. 
Miss Connie Proctor, Denver. 
Miss Mary Lou Stamey, Lawndale. 

B. A. Bess, Clierrvv'ille. 
Miss Beulah Wood, Henrj'. 

B. P. Caldwell, Lincolnton. 
Miss Lala Mimdy, Lincolnton. 
Miss Pearl Gall, Lincolnton. 
Miss Maud Mu'len, Lincolnton. 
Miss Nannie Tiddv, Lincolnton. 

MACON. 
G. AV. Stcpp, Aquone. 
J. L. Fonts, Franklin, No. 3. 
D. C. McCoy, Etna. 
G. L. Cathey, Higdonsville. 

C. A. Setsen, Franklin, No. 1. 
Miss Elizabeth Kellv, Franklin. 
Miss M. A. Wells, Shortoff. 
Miss Eva Higdon, Hi<!:dons-sTlle. 
Miss Margaret Bulgin, Franklin. 
Miss Adelaid'? Bulgin, Franklin. 
Miss Pearl Barnard, Franklin, No. 3. 
iliss Maud Barnard, Franklin, No. 3. 
Miss Mary Jenkins, Leatherman. 

B. S. West, Etna. 

J. E. Allen, Leatherman. 

D. A. Allen, Lfatherman. 

Miss Louise .\nhur. Franklin, No. 1. 
W. C. Morrison, Etna. 



W. J. Duvall, Stiles. 

D. L. Bradley, Etna. 
F. F. Bradley, Etna. 
R. L. Green, Franklin. 

Miss Ella Poind'Xtcr, Franklin. 

S. J. Dean, Etna. 

Miss Vernon Dean, Dean. 

E. A. Snyder, Dean. 

Miss Nina Hiu^dnn, Higdonsville. 

Miss Nora McGaha, Etna. 

J. C. Moore, Elijay. 

Mrs. E. C. Simjikins, Leatherman. 

A. M. Ledford, Otto. 

Miss Mary Mashburn, Franklin. 

Mrs. Parazada Miller, Shot. 

Miss O ive Patton, Franklin, No. 1. 

Miss Hester Penland, Franklin. 

Miss Dora Phillips, Franklin. 

Miss Cora Phillips, Franklin. 

Miss Maybelle Bryson, Franklin. 

Miss Mar^' D. West, Franklin. 

Miss Lo'a Penland, Scaley. 

Miss Nora Morrison, Etna. 

Miss Cora Morrison, Etna. 

Miss Ardina Hurst, Franklin. 

Miss Lamalda Hurst, Franklin. 

A. C. Hurst, Franklin. • 

Miss Pearl Gibson, Franklin, No. 1. 

Miss Fannie Raby, Franklin. 

W. L. Griggs, Franklin. 

J. N. Arnold, Highlands. 

A. Hawkins, Victoria. 

Miss Nora Leach, Franklin. 

Miss Laura Leach, Franklin. 

J. A. Morrison, Franklin. 

P. R. Young, Dean. 

Ben Matlock, Wests Mills. 

Miss Nannie Matlock, Wests Mills. 

Miss Jennie Matlock, Wests Mills. 

Miss Vonnie Wst. W°o(s Mills. 

MADISON, 
George E. Sprinkle, Jupiter. 
Miss Etta Allman, Marshall, R. F. D. 
William Worlev, Jr., Marshall, R. F. D. 
Tola J. Gammill, Walnut. 
Miss Zena Brvan. Marshall, R. F. D. 
Will W. Peek. Peek. 
Miss Carrie Henderson, Walnut. 
Miss Emma Gabogan. Walnut. 
Miss Lilian Bryan, Marshall, R. F. D. 
Miss Pansy Anderson, Paint Fork. 
Jesse B. Rice. Big Laurel. 
Miss Martha Case, Allenstand. 
John Rice, Big Laurel. 
Miss Lena Waddell, Alleghany. 
Miss Alice H. Thornton, Bilva. 
Miss Inez BaUard, Carmen. 
Miss Myrtle Bryan, ^larshall, R. F. D. 
Miss Clara B. Reynolds, Sandy. 
Miss Kate Bryan, Marshall, R. F. D. 
Miss Leila Reese, Mars Hill. 
Miss Nina Bryan, Marshall. 
Stiss Lillie Carter, Paint Fork. 
Miss Etta Carter, Paint Fork. 
Miss Mildred Baird, Mars Hill. 
Miss Maggie Hamlin, California Creek. 
Don Baird, Mars Hill. 
Starling Ponder. California Creek. 
J. E. Wills, California Creek. 
Norman Ponder, Ma''s Hill. 
Robert A. Reeves, Cross Rock. 



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Miss Avio Reeves, Cross Rock. 

Mrs. Carrie Teague, Marshall. 

Mrs. Nora Robats, Marshall, R. F. D. 

Mias Maggie Payne, Marshall, R. F. D. 

Miss Ethel Brvan, Marshall, R. F. D. 

Sam E. Robert, Marshall. 

Roseoe Lankford, Blurr. 

G. T. Hampton, Trust. 

B. N. Coward, Trust. 

Miss Ellcnia Ball, Marshall. 

W. P. .Jervis, Mars Hill. 

J. E. Bradley, Hot Springs. 

M. C. Folkncr, Marshall. 

Mrs. Robbie Brigman, Allenstand. 

Miss Louise Ball, Marshall. 

Miss Ziila Gibbs, JIars Hill. 

J. Judson Rice, Big Laurel. 

Miss Kate Chandler, Walnut. 

Marion Marchbanks, Faust. 

W. C. Ingle, Buckner. 

Miss Lula M. Peek, Peek. 

Miss Emma English, Faust. * 

Miss Kittie English, Faust. 

Sam J. Peek, Peek. 

Miss Margaret Brown, Hot Springs. 

E. D. Jervis, Barnard. 

T. A. Brooks, Bluff. 

Miss Minnie Allman, Marshall. 

Miss Maggie Ledford, Spring Creek. 

Miss Nannie Runnion, Walnut Run. 

J. Winston Rice, Big Laurel. 

H. D. Waldness, Marshall. 

J. C. Pinner, Mars Hill. 

Miss Meda Peek, Mars Hill. 

Miss Jessie L. Huff, Mars Hill. 

Miss Dessie Chambers. Jupiter. 

A. W. Arrowood, Mars Hill. 

MARTIN. 

Miss Nellie Ward, Paimele. 
Miss Fannie B. Timmons, Williamston. 
Miss Minnie Manning Williamston, No. 4. 
Miss Allie Griffin, \^ il'.iamston. No. i. 
J. L. Peel, Jamesville. 
E. H. Ange, Jamesville. 
Miss Annie Ballard, A\ illiamston. No. 3. 
Miss Amanda Gurgsnus, Williamston, 
No. 2. 
S. B. Perry, Williamsion, No. 1. 
Miss Callie Brown, Robersonville. 
Miss Lydie Roberson, Robersonville. 
J. D. Everett, Robeisonvllle. 
Miss Dora Ma.v Krid°r, Robersonville. 
Miss .\lice Grimes, Rjoersonvflle. 
Miss Millie J. Everett, Robersonville. 
Miss Dora Everett, Robersonville. 
Miss Fannie Woolard, Robersonville. 
Miss Annie Lee Roberson, Robersonville. 
Miss Fannie Johnson, Oak City. 
Miss Bessie Casper, Oak City. 
Miss Addie Rollins, Dardens. 
Miss Sabrah Hudson, Dardens. 
Miss C"audy G. Hardi^on, Jamesville. 
J. S. Griffin, Williani'^ton, No. 1. 
Sylvester Peel, Williamston, No. 1. 
Miss Lucy Smithwick. Williamston, No. 4. 
S. L. Liles, Williamston. 
Miss Rosa Hamilton, Williamston. 
Miss Rosina Dowcll, Williamston. 
Miss Lela Brown, Williamston. 
Mrs. Chloe Lanier, SVUliamston. 



John A. Mizelle, Ja.nesville. 

H. A. Neal, Hamilton. 

Mrs. W. T. Grimes, Hamilton. 

Miss Margaret Chandlci , Hassell. 

Miss Bettie Taylor, Cold Point. 

Miss JIamie Roebuck, Robersonville. 

Miss Lillie Wynn, Everetts. 

J. L. Leggett, Everetts. 

Mrs. Fannie Dorch, Vheretts. 

Miss Annie C. Anderi^on, Williamston. 

Miss Minnie Hardison, Williamston, No. 

George R. Ward, Jamesville. 

A. Corej', Jamesville. 

B. S. Cowing, Williamston, No. 1. 
H. C. Green, Williamoton, Jio. 1. 

Mrs. H. G. Green, Williamston, No. 1. 

Miss Ludie Griffin, Williamston, No. 1. 

A. J. Manning, Jamesville. 

Miss Mayne S. Ives, Robersonville. 

Mrs. L. A. Briley, Robersonville. 

Miss Hattie Burroughs; Williamston. 

Miss Sallie Woreley, Oak City. 

John W. Darden, Oak City. 

Miss Laura L. Whith y, Williamston. 

C. M. Peel, Williamston, No. 1. 
W. H. Wynn, Jamesv'lle, No. 2. 
Warren W. Waters, Jamesville, No. 2. 
N. .\. Getsinger, D'ardens. 

Thomas Getsinger, Jir.iesvllle. 

McDOWEIilj. 

Miss Ida Bell Ledbecttr, L/ome. 

Miss Vera Hauss, Red Top. 

Miss Lockie Bird, O^d Fort, No. 2. 

Miss Florence Himter, Nebo. 

Bynum Janes, Ncbo. 

Miss Jessie Mundy, Nebo. 

Miss Effie Lynch, Nebo. 

Miss Nannie McCall, Nebo. 

Miss Cordelia C.imp, O'd Fort, No. 2. 

Miss Anna Camp, Old Fort, No. 2. 

Miss Beadie Melton, Old Fort. 

R. D. Jenkins, Old Fort. 

Mrs. R. D. Jenkins, Old Fort. 

Mrs. Clark, Old Fort. 

A. L. Beach, Old Fort, No. 1. 

Miss Mollie Hicks, Old Fort, No. 1. 

Miss Delia Williams, Old Fort, No. 1. 

Miss Cora Millar, Old Fort, No. 2. 

Miss Mattie Hicks, .\In.rion. 

Miss Vesta Hicks, Marion. 

Miss Kate Edgcrton, Marion. 

Miss Mamie Freeman, Clarion. 

Miss Essie Wilson, Nebo. 

Miss Mary Crater, Alarion. 

Ju'ius Parker, Old Fort, No. 2. 

Miss Maud Elliott, Marion. 

Miss Annie Greenlee, Marion. 

Miss Nora McCall, Ashford. 

Miss Nannie Gilliam, Ashford. 

G. D. Taylor, Dysartville. 

James Goforth, Dysartsville. 

Miss JIaggie Goforth, Dysartville. 

Miss Emma Lou Mallonee, Dysartville. 

Afiss Ellen Conley, •\;ihrord. 

Miss Louise Brown, Ashford. 

W. B. Wilson, Rocky Pass. 

Mi.ss Minnie Lee Nanney, Demming. 

MECKLENBURG. 

Miss Marie Yea^ r, Charlotte. 

Miss Irene Harris, Chariot te. No. 3. 




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Miss Eloise Rankin. Charlotte, No. 1. 
Miss Grace Kirk, Charlotte, No. 7. 
Miss Laura Jane Wilson, Charlotte, No. ( 
J. A. Baldwin, Charlotte, No. 6. 
Edgar Bvrum, Charlotte, No. 4. 
Harry Todd. Charlotte, No. 5. 
Miss Mary Robertson, Charlotte, No. 3. 
Miss Ida Montgomery, Charlotte, No. 4. 
Miss Carrie Hinson, Cliarlotte, No. 4. ( 
Miss Essie Todd, Charlotte, No. 5. 
Miss Eunice Hoover, Charlotte, No. 4. 
H. H. Scott, Charlotte, No. S. 
W. H. Johnson, Charlotte, No. 12. 
W. W. Rankin, Jr., Charlotte, No. 3. 
Miss Jessie Robertson, Charlotte, No. 3. 
Miss Mary Springs Davidson, Cliarlotte, 
No. 2. 
Miss Bess Patton, Charlotte, No. 2. 
Miss Martha Griffith, Charlotte, No. 2. 
W. B. Reid, Charlotte, No. 2. 
R. M. Gray, Charlotte, No. 11. 
Walter M. Pense, Ch.^.rlotte, No. 9. 
F. J. Blythe, Charlotte, No. 11. 
W. R. Long, Charlotte, No. 11. 
Miss Annie Johnston, Charlotte, No. 11. 
Miss Josephine Wesley, Cliarlotte, No. 11. 
Miss Lilla Rogers, Charlotte, No. 11. 

Annie L. Jennins-^, Cliarlotte, No. S. 

Mary Hunter, Charlotte, No. 9. 

Jennie Allison, iluntersville, No. 20. 

Bertha Love, Charlotte, No. 8. 
Miss Margaret Utley, Charlotte, No. 8. 
W. A. Nicholson, Pineville, No. 15. 
A. P. DuBose, Pine^-ille. 
Miss Lelia Vest, Pineville. 

Florence Grier, Pineville, No. 15. 
Sadie Stovve, Pineville, No. 16. 

Marv Miller, Matthews, No. 27. 

Helen Hunter, Matthews, No. 27. 
Hunter, Matthews, No. 27. 

Minnie Downs, Matthews, No. 17. 

EUie Hudson, Matthews, No. 17. 

Winona Hethco.K, Matthews, No. 27. 

Mamie Grier, Matthews, No. 17. 

Callie Squires, Matthews, No. 17. 

Loma Squires, Newell. 
M. L. Barnes, Newell. 
Miss Bess Utley, Newell. 
Miss Belle Buchanan, Derita. 
Miss Lucy Utley, Derita. 
Miss Lura Brown, Derita, No. 13. 
Miss Mattie Brown, Dirita, No. 13. 
Miss Floy Sadh r, Derita, No. 14. 
Miss Grace Fitts, Doriia, No. 14. 
J. Willis Bagby, Cornelius. 
S. J. Whitener, Cornelius. 
Miss Rose Thompson, Cornelius. 
Miss Eunice Christenbury, Cornelius. 
W. F. O'Kelley, Davidson. 
Miss Li'a Glasgow, Davidson. 
Miss Julia Johnston, Davidson. 
Miss Elizabeth Young. Davidson. 
Miss Lorene Johnston, Davidson. 
Miss Alice Moody, Davidson, No. 25. 
Miss Ellie Sample, Huntersville. 
Miss Mary Bailes, Huntersville, No. 22. 
Miss Essie .Jetton, Huntersville, No. 22. 
M. L. Cashion. Huntersville, No. 23. 
A. F. Long, Huntersville, No. 22. 
Miss Mary Long, H\intersville, No. 20. 
Miss Anna Eichelberger, Huntersville, i 



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Miss Hattie Knox, Huntersville, No. 20. 
Miss Sallie Reiley, Huntersville, No. 20. 
Miss Bertha Howland, Charlotte, No. 6. 
Miss Bennett Sturgeon, Charlotte, No. 6. 
Miss Eugenia Auten, Charlotte, No. 6. 
Miss Nancy Steel, Cliarlotte, No. 6. 
Gregg H. Caldwell, Charlotte, No. 6. 
Miss Agnes McCord, Charlotte, No. 6. 
Miss Emma Dunn, Charlotte, No. 6. 
Miss Janie Beaty, Charlotte, No. 6. 
Miss Ada Potts, Charlotte No. 5. 
Miss Louise Nisbet, Charlotte, No. 5. 
Miss Bertha Reid, Sandifer. 
Miss Nannie Beaty, Sandifer. 
Miss Sunie Todd, Sandifer, No. 10. 
Miss Minnie Ranson, Matthews, No. 18. 
Mrs. Jule Grier, Mat' hews. 
J. Coran Bland, Matthews, No. 19. 
Miss Rachel Hood, M.i' thews. No. 19. 

Bessie Benton, Matthews, No. 19. 
M. Matthews, Huntersville. 

Jessie Query, H..ntersville. 

Lena Flowers, Huntersville. 

Addie Houston, Huntersville. 
Jessie Alexander, Huntersville, 



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Octa Beard, Huntersville, No. 
Lillie Griffith, Huntersville, No. 
Blythe, Charlot+e, No. 11. 
Z. V. Moss, Charlotte, No. 11. 
Miss Mary Belle FiOW.''s, Charlotte, No. 
Miss Grace Patter.son. Charlotte, No. 



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Miss Margaret Erwin, Charlotte, No. 9. 

MITCHELL. 

S. J. Turner, Bakersville. 
Charles G. Ellis, Bai^ersville. 
Herbert Greene, Bakersville. 

F. B. Poteat, Bakersville. 
Miss Estell Gudger, Bakersville. 
Miss Dora McKinney, Bakersville. 
Miss Lillian McKinnev, Bakersville. 
Miss C. L. Bailey, Bakersville. 
Mrs. E. E. Stafford, Bakersville. 
Grover Buchanan, Hank. 

C. L. S'agle, Toe Cane. 
J. H. Griffith, Street. 
Spencer Barnc tt. Street. 

D. L. Blevins, Magnci'C City. 

G. T. Honeycutt, Marrnetic City. 
George Greene, Clarussa. 

J. B. Young, Glen Ayre. 

J. C. Bowman, Elk Park. 

J. O. Bowman, Elk Park. 

J. S. Hill, Elk Park. 

Miss Lizzie Hill, Elk 1 ark. 

Miss Edith Hamrick, E !< Park. 

Miss G. M. Collette, Cranberry. 

Miss Madge Johnson, Cranberry. 

J. L. Pyatte, Pyatte. 

Miss Alice Rhyne, Sj ear. 

Miss Esther L. Harrison, Spruce Pine. 

Miss Bessie Brewer, Hughes. 

MONTGOMERY. 

Miss Brownie Hurlev, Wadeville. 

Miss .Janie Parker, Mt. Gilead. 

Miss Brownie Smith, Troy. 

Miss Annie Newby, Mt. Gilead. 

Miss Bess Reynolds, Troy. 

Miss Bucna Hurley, Wadeville. 



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Miss Ada Woolcy, Troy. 

Miss Julia Warner, Troy. 

Miss Lillie Bruton, AVadeviUe. 

Miss Josie Andrews, Mt. Gilead. 

E. H. Wood, Ether. 

Mrs. E. H. Wood, Ether. 

Miss Jeanie Mcintosh, Martin's Mill. 

Miss Rosa Cochran, Star. 

Miss Minnie Reynolds, Troy. 

Miss Clara Green, Wadeville. 

Miss Minnie Haywood, Onvil. 

Josse H. Luther, Ophir. 

Miss Willie Monroe, Star. 

Miss Connie Curiie, Candor. 

L. A. Wright, Okeewcmee. 

B. B. Martin, Okeewemee. 

D. F. Hulin, Okeevveemee. 
Miss lla Martin, Okeewemee. 

Miss Belle Reynolds, Okeewemee. 

Miss Bertha Ingram, Star. 

Miss Sallie Robinson, Wadeville. 

W. C. Floyd, Okeewemee. 

Miss Beulah Richarason, Okeewemee. 

Miss Mattie Bruton, Wadeville. 

Walter H. Lyon, Ophir. 

Miss Nan B. Doub, Capelsie. 

Mrs. Flada Broolcshire, PeRln. 

Miss Bessie Andrews, Mt. Gilead. 

Miss Ola Cranford, B:aine. 

Miss Emma Leach, Uwharrie. 

W. L. Thayer, Uwharrie. 

Mrs. W. L. Thayer, Uwharrie. 

Miss Nell Shellem, Star. 

E. L. Harris, Harrisville. 
N. E. Wright, Star. 

H. O. Nash, Milledgeville. 
W. L. Russell, Biseoe. 
Mrs. Lillie Hurley Page, Biseoe. 
Mrs. L. P. DeBerry, Mt. Gilead. 
John B. Hurley, Wadeville. 
Miss Neal Lillie, Mt. Gilead. 
Miss Lizzie Liles, Bi?coe. 
Hoy Taylor, Biseoe. 
Miss Pearle Auman, Asbury. 
Miss Annie Green, Mt. Gilead. 
Miss Lillie Cox, Mt. Gilead. 
Eugene Harris, Mt. Gilead. 
Wade Cranford, Troy. 
Miss Zuhi Bruton, Troy. 
Miss Bessie Lillie, Troy. 
Miss Montie Mclntyre, Troy. 
Miss Lee Warner, Troy. 
Tom McMillan, Okeewemee. 
Sliss Lillie Bruton. Wadeville. 
H. L. Johnson, Eldorado. 
Miss Christian Scawell, Biseoe. 
Miss Rose Cog'gin, Biseoe. 
Miss Nolie Ciirrie, Candor. 
Miss Annie Sutton, Candor. 
Miss Bettie Greene, Wadeville. 
Miss Annie Morris, Blaine. 
J. M. Poole, Candor. 

MOOKE. 

Miss Kate Shaw, Jonesooro, No. 1. 

Miss Annie Cole, Carbonton. 

Miss Annie Stutts, Eagle Springs. 

itiss Mary Matthews, Sanford, No. 1. 

Miss lola Blue, .\beraeen. 

Miss Florence E. Shields, Carthage. 

Miss Bertha Shields, Carthage. 



Miss Bertha Carter, Ilamp. 
Miss Mamie Carter, Carter's Mills. 
Miss Flora Cole, Sanford, No. 3. 
Miss Jeanette C. MeRae, Sanford, No. 3. 
Miss Estelle Leonard, High Falls. 
Miss Laura Campbell, Aberdeen. 
Miss Mamie Campbell, Aberdeen. 
Miss Mattie Campbell, Aberdeen. 
Miss Ida Campbell, Aberdeen. 
Miss Maud Furr, Hemp. 
Miss Annie Dalrymple, Jonesboro. 
Miss Eula M. Blue, Carthage. 
Miss Sallie Kate Blue, Carthage, No. 3. 
Miss Jeannie G. Wadsworth, Carthage, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 
Miss Lizzie Wadbworth, Carthage, No. 2. 
Miss Maida Jenkins, Carthage. 
Miss Fannie Brooks, Jonesboro, No. 1. 
Miss Retta Bullard, Steadmun. 
Miss Mary McLean, Cameron. 
Miss Lillie A. Currie, Jackson Springs. 
Miss Belle Alexander, Cole's Mill. 
Miss Mary Black, Carthage. 
Miss Janie M. McLeoa, Carthage. 
Miss Mary Cole, Carbonton. 
Miss Lillie McLeod, Carbonton. 
Miss Margaret Shaw, Jonesboro, No. 1. 
Miss Janie McDonald, Biseoe, No. 1. 
Miss Arenia Thomas, Swann Station. 
Miss Grizzelle Harmon, Broadway. 
Miss Katie Pierce, Jonesboro, No. 1. 
Miss Georgia Crutchfield, Sanford, No. 1. 
Miss Mary McGoogan, Carthage, No. S. 
Miss Sallie Jackson, Carthage. 
Miss Terra Monroe, Eagle Springs. 
Miss Katie Lee Bethune, Aberdeen. 
Miss Carrie Thomas, Jonesbcro. 
Miss Emma Fooshee, Sanford, No. 1. 
Miss Mary Kate Cole, Cole's Mill. 
Miss Elva Bryan, Sanford, No. 1. 
Miss Mary McNeill, Vass. 
Miss Annie McNeill, Cameron. 
Miss Maggie McLeod, Sanford, No. 1.. 
Miss Fannie B arkman, Carthage, No. 2. 
Miss Janie Black, Carthage, No. 3. 
Miss Mary Lee McKenzie, Wfst End. 
Miss Jessie Kirmey, Lakeview. 
Miss Gertrude Campbell, Sanford, No. 3. 
Miss Harriet C. MacNeill, Pinebluff. 
Mrs. T. E. Campbell, Sanford, No. 3. 
Mrs. J. C. Watson, Lemon Springs. 
Mrs. T. N. Woody, High Falls. 
Mrs. Belle Barnes, Jonesboro. 
Mrs. Janie Andrews, JosepTi. 
Mrs. Flora B'ack, Carthage. 
Mrs. J. D. Mclnnis, Carthage, No. 1. 
M. A. McLeod, Broadway. 
Willie T. Monroe, Eagle Springs. 
Thomas M. Cheek, Prosperity. 
Jesse Copeland, Eagle Springs. 
D. Kenneth McKenzie, Carthage. 
Lauchlin A. Kelly, Eagle Springs. 
Haywood H. Fry, Cartnage. 
W. Lacy Blackman, Jesup. 
G. B. Seawell, Hemp. 
Oscar F. Myere, Jonesboro. 
R. R. Gordon, Carthage, So. 1. 
K. B. Dowd, Eagle Springs. 
W. N. McLauchlin, Carthage, No. 2. 
C. E. McNeely. Sanford, No. 4. 
Clem C. Mcintosh, Carthage. 



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D. C. McKinnon, Biscoe, No. 1. 
Walter Dtaton, Carthage, No. 3. 

NASH. 

Miss Willie Poovey, Nashville. 

Miss Lillie York, Hill'irdston. 

Mrs. Mamie Tyler, Whitakers. 

Miss Vicie Edwards, Battlcboro. 

Miss Rozelle Watkins, Battl"boro. 

Miss Emmie Mc Gowan, Elm City. 

Miss Leyta R. Carter. Nashville. 

Miss Lily Griffin, Rocky Mount. 

Mrs. M. L. Nowell, Spring Hope. 

Miss Undine Jenkins, Nashville. 

Miss Nellie Arrington, Rocky Mount. 

Miss Mae Raney, Rocky Mount. 

Miss Mary D. Cooper Nashville. 

T. J. Daniel, Elm Ci y. 

Miss Bessie Ward, Nashville. 

Miss Martha Brown, Rocky Mount. 

Miss Lizzie Robbitt, Nashville. 

Miss M. M. Bobbitt, Nick. 

Mrs. N. B. Lewis, Middlesex. 

Miss Rosa Westray, Rjcky Mount. 

Miss D'ella Lamm, Glcver. 

Miss Maggie E. Coley. Rocky Mount. 

Miss Kouth Bullock, Rocky Mount. 

Miss Daisy Brooks, Glr.ver. 

Miss Alma Morgan, Glover. 

Miss Lizzie Bullock, Battleboro. 

Miss Maud Trevathaw. Rocky Mount. 

Miss Carrie Cooper, Rocky Mount. 

Miss Posey Tillej-, Spring Hope. 

Miss Mary Batchelor, Nashville. 

Miss Rosa- Crumpler, Elm City. 

Miss Maggie Scarboroiigh, Rocky Mount. 

Miss Lillie Glasgow, Nashville. 

Thos. L. Vernon, Rocky Mount. 

Miss Chleo Strickland, Castalia. 

Miss Sadossa Edwards, Spring Hope. 

Miss A. G. Edwards, Spring Hope. 

Miss Katie McRae, Rocky Mount. 

Leslie Morgan, Spring Hope. 

Miss Lettie Winstead, Tim City. 

Miss Ruby Johnson, Nashville. 

Miss Emma Lee HaUs, Kocky Mount. 

Miss Mamie Ward, ^ick. 

Miss Hattie Bunn, Rocky Mount. 

Miss Carrie B. Wilson, Red Oak. 

Miss Bertha Pridgen. Flm Ciiy. 

Miss Nina Collins, Nashville. 

Miss Belle Jordan, Battleboro. 

Miss Lena Boddie, Nashville. 

Miss Elizabeth Boddie, Nashville. 

Kenneth Bane, Nashville. 

E. W. Jovner, Nashvi'le. 
J. E. Rcdfern, Stanh.pe. 

Mis.s Bessie Griffin, Rocky Mount. 

Miss Ruth L. Evans, Nashville. 

Mrs. Rosa Cooper, Nashville. 

A. L. Linco^n, Nashville. 

Miss Ella Pierce, Castalia. 

W. D. Johnson, Casts lia. 

Miss Lela M. Sledge, ^venton. 

Miss Henrietta Jovner Kocky Mount. 

J. Henry Vaughan, l^hr City. 

Miss Irene Hodges, Uiover. 

Miss Esther Brantley, Spring Hope. 

Mis-s Nona Brantley, Spring Hope. 

Miss Annie Brantley, bpring Hope. 

Miss Mamie E. Pelletier, Spring Hope. 



Miss Bessie Chandler. Rocky Mount. 

Miss M. Griffin, Rocky Mount. 

Mrs. J. H. T. Baker, Nashville. 

C. W. Johnson, Samaria. 

Miss Alice M. Blount Glover. 

Miss Mary W. Aj'cocK, Spring Hope. 

Miss Kate Umstead, Williardsville. 

Miss Emma Tomlinson, Whitakers. 

Miss Mattie P. Batchelor, Nashville. 

Mrs. M. R. Gardner, Spring Hope. 

Mrs. R. W. Montgomery, Spring Hope. 

Miss Sallie York, Nashville. 

Miss Mattie Archbell. Gold Rock. 

A. R. Flower, Middlesex. 

R. A. Burt, Glover. 

Jno. R. McLendon, ReJ Oak. 

NEW HANOVER. 

Mrs. Maud A. Foy, Scctt's Hill. 
Miss Mary L. Shine, Wilmington, No. 2. 
Miss Reba J. Myers, Wilmington. 
Miss Florrie Grant, \^'ilmington. 
Miss Edna Oliver, V.imington. 
Miss Fannie B. Wood, Wilmington. 
Miss Harriet Gardner Wilmington. 
Miss Lina E. Franck, Scott's Hill. 
Miss Maude M. Holmea Wilmington, No. 1 
Miss Jeannette Moore, Wilmington. 
Miss Vivie Johnston, Wilmington, No. 1. 
Miss Theola Harton, Wilmington, No. 1. 
Miss Katherine Paddison, Castle. 
Miss Annie Vause, WHmington, No. 2. 
Miss Euphemia Robinson, Wilmington, 
No. 2. 
Miss Nellie Beardsley, Wilmington, No. 2. 

NORTHAMPTON. 

Miss Clara V. Kennon. Gasburg, Va. 

Miss Blanche High, Garysburg. 

Jliss L. Maude Harr's, Garysburg. 

Mrs. W. T. Carstarphen, Garysburg. 

W. J. Beale, Jackson. 

Miss Gee Stancell, Jackson. 

Mrs. Annie L. Burnett, Jackson. 

Miss Myrtle Flythe, Jackson. 

Miss L. Mina Holloman, Ahoskie. 

Miss Fannie Gay, Seanoard. 

Miss Bettie McGlauglian, Se.iboard. 

Miss Minnie Taylor, Seaboard. 

Miss Mary G. Maddrey. Seaboard. 

J. G. Joyner, Seaboard. 

Robt. E. Ransom, Charlotte. 

Andrew J. Britton, Seaboard. 

C. L. N. Stephenson, Seaboard. 

Miss Gwendolyn Pallet', Margarettsville. 

Miss Clara Bottoms, Margarettsville. 

Miss Sarah Baines, Conway. 

Miss Nita M. Hedspetn, Conway. 

Miss Grace Morris White, Conway. 

Boyd C. Story, Conway. 

Miss Eva Martin, Pjndleton. 

H. Jenkins, Pendleton. 

Miss Minnie Beaton, Boykins, Va. 

Miss A. Reba Copeland, George. 

Miss Mary D. Holmes, George. 

Miss Mamie Lamb, George. 

J. E. Gilliam, Milw.Tukee. 

L. W. Britton, Laskor. 

Miss Annie L. Buff aloe, .Jackson. 

J. A. Ware, Rich Square. 

Mrs. E. May Ware, Rich Square. 






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Mrs. Willie G. Edwards, Rich Square. 

Miss Pattie Vausban White, Rich Square. 

Miss Mary Spivcy, Rinh Squaie. 

Miss Dora Spivey, Riih Square. 

Miss Eva Brvan, Rich Square. 

Miss Nell W. Lassiter, Rich Square. 

Miss Bertha G. Cope and. Rich Square. 

Godwin B. Spivey, Rich Square. 

W. Jasper Thompson, Rich Square. 

Miss Mamie Brett, Se^ern. 

Miss Emma Watson, Severn. 

Miss Nora Dukes, Severn. 

K. R. Curtis, Ahoskie. 

Miss Cora L. Woodroof, Pleasant Hill. 

Miss Il'len B. Wynne, Union. 

Miss Effie Bonthal!, Union. 

Miss Helen Spivey, Rich Square. 

Miss Lucille Boyette, Murfreesboro. 

Miss Sallie J. Sykes, Manchester, Va. 

Miss Helen Baugham. Potecasi. 

Miss Mary M. Cook, Potecasi. 

Miss Irene M. Out!an<\ Woodland. 

Mrs. Lewber McDani 1, Woodland. 

Miss Lillian Pope, Woodland. 

Miss OHvia Hall, Ri-h Square. 

Miss Virgie Sykes, Littleton. 

Miss Mattie Spivey, Rehoboth. 

Miss Lizzie Fleetwood. Jackson. 

ONSLOW. 

N. A. Burton, Tar L.inding. 

Jas. T. Shepard, Holly Ridge. 

Miss Lillian Hendrrsor, Pollocksville. 

Hosea Brown, Jacks msille. 

Miss Annie L. Franck, Richlands. 

Miss Pennie Bryan, Catherine Lake. 

Miss Do' lie Bryan, Catherine Lake. 

Simon King, Catherine LaRe. 

Acoree Fountain, Richlands. 

Walter J. Marsh hum, Angola. 

Lrah Franck, Richlands. 

Miss Mabel C. Tlionipson, Richlands. 

Miss Lena R. Thompson, Richlands. 

Miss Lillie A. Hewetr Catherine Lake. 

Miss Daisey Petteway, Jacksonville. 

Sidney Higgins, Verona. 

Miss Maud Dixon, Verona. 

Miss Laura Trott, Jacksonville. 

Miss Mamie Henderson, Deppe. 

Miss Annie Henderson, Deppe. 

Miss Stella Hend.rsor., Deppe. 

Miss Annie Trott, D'eppe. 

Miss Kate Sessom, Jaiksonville. 

A. W. Cooper, Jack-onville. 

Miss Josephine Herritage, Jacksonville. 

Miss Etta Freeman, S. lead's Ferry. 

H. M. Loy, Jacksonville. 

Dimnie Koonce, Maysville. 

Macy L. Weeks, Duck Creek. 

Miss Beatrice Weeks, Stella. 

Miss Elizabeth Koonce, Richlands. 

Geo. F. Marshburn, )\ichlands. 

W. N. Patrick, Richlands. 

Miss Mary M. Edward:-:, Jacksonville. 

Sa'lie M. Willis, Hui.-rt. 

Miss Julia Ward, Snesds Ferry. 

Miss Effie Simpson, Marines. 

Miss Callie Simpson, Marines. 

C. D. Franck, Richlands. 

Miss Mamie M. Franck, Richlands. 

Miss Nancy J. Morris, Deppe. 



J. W. Hall, Richlan-Js. 
Lena Farmer, Richlands. 
Mrs. Ruth Brock, Rich anas. 
W. A. Eubank, Maysville. 
Miss Lula B. Hi-nderson, Deppe. 
Miss Katie M. Pollar.l, Hubert. 

OKANGE. 
Mrs. H. M. ]\IcFarland, HiHsboro. 
Miss Lillie Oakley, llillsboro. 
Miss Carrie Bell, Uni-erslty. 
Miss Nannie Lynch, Durham, No. 5. 
Miss Effie Lvneh. Durham No. .5. 
Miss Annie H. Hughes. Cedar Grove. 
Miss Agnes Forr>.st, Efiand. 
Miss Cora Lasley, Meoane, No. 2. 
Miss Annie Lasley, Mebane, No. 2. 
Miss Cora Jobe, Mebane, No. 2. 
John Thompson, Cedai' Grove. 
Miss Margaret Claytor, University. 
Mrs. E. D. Thompson, Efland. 
Miss Lillian Thompson, Efiand, No. 2. 
Miss Julia Thompson, Efland, No. 2. 
Miss Lessie Ilolloway, West Durham. 
Miss Myrtle Umstead, Durham. 
Miss Mattie Terry, Hillsboro, No. 1. 
Miss Maggie W'alker, Hillsboro, No. 1. 
Miss Maggie Laws, Rougcmont, No. 3. 
M. C. Arrowood. Roui;(-mont, No. 3. 
A. P .Lloyd, Teer, N ). 1. 
Miss Jean E. Kenion, Cedar Grove, No. 1, 
A. W. Kenion, Cedar Grove, No. 1. 
G. F. Crutchfleld, Hillsboro, No. 1. 
Miss Lois Nichols, Rougemont, No. 3. 
Miss O'ga Wright, Hurdle Mills, No. 1, 
Miss Ava Hall, Carr. 
Miss Leonie Terrell, ( edar Grove. 
Miss Nina Haley, Hillsboro, No. 2. 
Miss Daisy Jordan, Hurdle Mills, No. 1. 
Miss Ida Jordan, Hur'lle Mills, No. 1. 
J. F. Greason, Hillsbcro, No. 3. 
— . — . Flick, Hillsboro, No. 3. 
W. V. Andrews, Chap:'l Hill. No. 3. 
T. W. Andrews, Chapel Hill, No. 3. 
Miss Dora Andrews, ( hapel Hill, No. 3. 
J. F. McDuffle, Ch.'prl Hiil, No. 3. 
Miss Allie Cothran, Cl^apel Hill, No. 3. 

A. T. Holleman, Chapel Hill. 
Miss Nellie Robertson, Chape' Hill. 
Miss B'anche Pickard, Chapel Hill. 
Carney E. Durham, Cliapel Hill, No. 3. 
William A. Lloyd, Teer, No. 1. 

Miss .lanie T. Clegg, Teer. 

Miss Florabelle Thompson, Efland, No. 2. 

L. E. Sykes, Cliapel Hill, No. 3. 

Miss Bertha Pickard, f hapel Hill, No. 3. 

Miss Lillian Long, Chapel Hill, No. 1. 

Miss Ava Cra^vford, Hillsboro, No. 3. 

Miss Janie Blue, Efland. No. 1. 

Miss Flora Blue, Efland, No. 1. 

Miss Corina Dodson, Hillsboro, No. 3. 

PAMLICO. 

John Hardison, Alliance. 

B. F. Hardison, Alliai ce. 
John V. Miles, Arapai oe. 

C. K. Dunn, Arapahoe. 
Nat Wright, Mesic. 

C. G. Carawan, Lowland. 
H. B. Carawan, Lowiana. 
Frank Brinson, Reel •si ' ro. 
O. J. Rock, Reelsbor.'. 




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H. M. Ainsley, Stonei^:,'!. 
G. W. Mewborn, Oriental. 
Robert Spencer, Hobiicken. 
Miss Carrie Spencer, llobucken. 
Miss Nina Basnight, Reelsboro. 
Miss Lillian Fordham, ReelsDoro. 
Miss Gertie Barrow, Koelsboro. 
Miss Leona Potter, Ct'sh Corner. 
Miss Virginia Ives, ilaribel. 
Miss Maude Pipkin, y-iairds Creek. 
Miss Emma Dunn, Oimpia. 
Miss Leta Cable, Olynipia. 
Miss Charlotte Muse, A^erritt. 
Miss Sal lye Muse, Merritt. 
Miss Joyce Lee, Arapahoe. 
Miss Mary Leary, Lowiand. 
Miss Ella Broadwater.-,, Florence. 
Miss Edith Brinson, Rielsboro. 
Miss Lillian Brinson, Reelsboro. 
Miss Pearl Edwards, Vandemere. 
Miss Daisye Potter, A/ilance. 
Miss May E. Midyett, Oriental. 
Miss Alice Spruill, Oriental. 
Miss Maggie Lee, Gr.intsboro. 
Miss Lizzie Brinson, Ctrantsboro. 
Miss Clara Flowfrs, Cash Corner. 
Miss Maggie Bridgman, Pamlico. 
Mrs. Hattie Silverthum, Florence. 
Mrs. Annie C. Flowers, Vandemere; 
Mrs. G. W. Mewborn, Orinetal. 
Mrs. Nina R. Stanin.^s, Bayboro. 
Mrs. Sudie Brinson, Ar?pahoe. 
Mrs. Flora McCotter Grantsboro. 
J. G. Rice, Maribe'. 
Miss Lizzie Carawan, lowland. 

PASQUOTANK. 

Miss Martha F. EiHoit, Elizabeth City, 
No. 4. 

Miss Mary J. Elliott, Elizabeth City, 
No. 4. 

Miss Ella Mae Pritchaid, Elizabeth City, 
No. 3. 

Miss Sarah Spence, Elizabeth City, No. 3. 

Miss Margarett A. Pritchard, Elizabeth 
City, No. 3. 

Miss Gertrude Pritchard, Elizabeth City, 
No. 5. 

Miss Ella Thornton, FJizabeth City. 

Miss Carrie Staples, Elizabeth City. No. 5. 

Miss Rebecca P. Hudsins, Elizabeth City, 
No. 1. 

Miss Alice Butler, Eliz.abeth City, No. 5. 

Miss Essie Ferebee, E'izabeth City, No. 2. 

Mrs. Maggie Blount, Elizabeth City. 

Mrs. F. H. Lowry, Wceksville, No. 1. 

Miss Lina Spivey, VVeeksvi'le, No. 1. 

Miss Goldie 15. Lister, Weeksville, No. 1. 

Miss Jennie Simpson, Weeksville, No. 1. 

Miss Ethel Etheredge, Weeksville, No. 1. 

R. T. Bell, Weeksville. No. 1. 

Miss Lelia Harris, EK. abeth City, No. 2. 

Miss Mattie Perry, Elizabeth City, No. 2. 

Miss Mary E. Carr, Okisko. 

W. O. Etheredge, Eliz.-beth City, No. 4. 

Miss Mary E. Deal, Elizabeth City, No. 5. 

PENDER. 

E. McK. Highsmith. Burgaw. 
Miss Zelma Bland, Ucirgaw. 
Miss Maude Paddison, Burgaw. 
Miss Mary Moore, Burgaw. 



Miss Katie Banncrmap, Burgaw. 

Miss Bert Simpson, Iturgaw. 

Miss Clara McGowan Burgaw. 

Miss Katie Devane, Purgaw. 

Miss Grace Bland, R .< ky Point. 

Mrs. Money Lucas, R.cky Point. 

Miss C'allie Davis, Ro' ky Point. 

Miss Effie G. Smith, Pocky Point. 

Miss Mary Bailey Bla-ichard, Rocky Point, 

Mrs. J. L. King, Ro'.ky Point. 

A. Lee Bovvtn, Rocky Point. 

C. H. Weatherly, Currie. 

Miss Fannie Smith, Cuirie. 

Miss Mamie Male Dav:-, Currie. 

Miss Ida Henry, Currie. 

Miss Lillian Johnstoi, Currie. 

Miss Marj- Rivenbark, Montague. 

J. E. Purcell, Atkinson. 

Mrs. Chas. H. Utley, Atkinson. 

Miss Claudia McCullui Atkinson. 

S. M. Monroe, Ivanho". 

Miss Marj' Matthews, l\anhoe. 

Miss Annie J. Wells, ivanhoe. 

Miss Fannie Powers, Watha. 

Miss Addie Blake, Witha. 

Miss Katie Rivenbark, Watha. 

Miss Ei:ie Cashwell, Watha. 

McKoy Bowcn, Wath;'. 

I. S. Bowen, Burgaw. 

Mrs. I. T. Herring, Burgaw. 

A. C. Chaffin, Willard. 

Miss Myrtle Folger, Willard. 

Mrs. J. G. Page, Willard. 

Miss Kattie Powers, Wallace. 

Mrs. R. K. Brjan, Sc^tts Hill. 

Miss Jessie Bramble, .Sloop Point. 

Miss Blanche H. Barnette, Topsail Sound, 

PERQUEVIANS. 

Mrs. W. E. Dale, Jacnrks. 

Mrs. C. W. Griffin, Durants Neck. 

Miss Bernard Phillip^;. Durants Neck. 

W. A. Gaskins, Durants Neck. 

Miss Madge Gregory, Hertford. 

Miss Bessie M. Hugh--;, Woodville. 

Miss Kate Riddick, Hertford. 

Miss May Miller, Winfall. 

Miss Cornelia Ni.xon, Winfall. 

Miss Harriet Nixon, Winfall. 

Miss Celia Winslow, Winfall. 

Miss Martha Saunders, Tyner. 

Miss Mary A. Bunch, tj-ner. No. 1. 

Chas. H. White, Belvidere. 

Miss Sarah E. White, Belvidere. 

Miss Lillian Jennettee, Belvidere, No. 1. 

Mrs. Lula A. Layden, Belvidere. 

Mrs. M. Rountree, B, Ividere. 

Mrs. Sydney M. Reed, Hertford. 

Miss Carrie Thack, E(',.rnton, No. 3. 

Miss Gertrude Fleetwood, Hertford, No. 

Mrs. J. P. Hill, Herf.nrd, No. 4. 

Miss • Isa M. Parker, Hertford. 

Miss Burnette Council, Hertford, No. 1. 

PERSON. 

Miss Leona Thomasson Semora. 
Miss Florence Thomasson, Semora. 
Miss Mary Yarborougli, Semora. 
Miss Ethel Newton, Eoxboro. 
Miss Bertlia Newton, Koxboro. 
Miss Blanche Bamett, Roxboro. 
Miss Sue Williams, Roxboro. 



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Miss Mabel Spencer, K' xboro. 

Miss Esther Spencer, Roxboro. 

Miss Mary Davis, K^'xboro, No. 2. 

Miss Hattie Rogere, lioxboro, No. 5. 

Miss Janie Wilkins, Turbeville, Va. 

Miss Helen Mason, Aiil.iers, Va. 

Miss Beulah Tuck, Viigilina, Va. 

Sliss M. Lou Roberta, Chase City, Va. 

Miss Ada E. Lee, Ri? ggold, Va. 

Miss Narnie Green, Alton, Va. 

Miss Mollie Green, A'llon, Va. 

Thomas Wilburn, Vi.j.nlina, Va. 

Miss Ida Wilkerson, Roxboro, No. 5. 

Miss Bettie Lee Hest -v. Roxboro, No. 5. 

Miss Lelia Russell, Ri-.\boro, No. 1. 

Miss Bessie PuUiam, 'Junningham. 

Miss Eugenia Bradsher. Roxboro.* 

Miss Frances Bass, Cuiiningham. 

Miss Pauline Neal V> oodsdale. No. 2. 

Miss Maude Woody, bethel HilL 

Miss Nellie Montague, Bethel Hill. 

Miss Sadie Barrett, K( thel Hill. 

Miss Esther Gentry, Itetliel Hill. 

Miss Lena Compton, Leasburg. 

Miss Bessie Thompson Leasburg. 

Miss Bessie Baynes, Busby Pork, No. 1. 

Miss Maude Faucette, Timberlake. 

Jliss Margaret Stanford, Timberlake. 

Miss Emma Rhem, Rn'gemont. 

Miss Mattie Rhem, Rjugemont. 

Miss Annie Rhem, Rougemont. 

Miss Maggie Bowling, ifougemont. 

Jliss Lorina Garrard, Rougemont. 

Miss Sallie Wood, Oxford. 

Mrs. Anna Harrison, \\ oodsdale, No. 1. 

Solomon O'Briant, All^nsville. 

J. B. Bowling, Red Mountain. 

Miss Annie Featherston, Leasburg. 

Miss Evye Street, MiK Creek. 

Mrs. Bettie Broocks, PSushy Fork, No. 1. 

PITT. 

Miss Delle Clements, {.reenville, No. 1. 

Miss Helen Brinkley. (jreenville. 

Miss Elsie Hellen, Greejiville, No. 1. 

Miss Abbie Smith, Gieenville, No. 1. 

Miss Annie T\Te, Farniville. 

Miss Mattie Hodges, Greenville, R. F. D. 

Miss Bessie Ward, Bethel. 

Miss Emma J. Mallett, Conetoe, R.F.D. 

Miss Lizzie Harris, G'-eenville, R. F. D. 

Miss Mayme Ives, Parmele, R. F. B. 

Mrs. Virginia Whitehu'st, Bethel, R.F.D. 

Miss Flossie Jumes, Bethel, R.F.D. 

Miss Mollie Ward, B- thel, R. F. D. 

Julian B. Martin, Beihel. 

Mrs. J. B. Martin, Bethel. 

Miss Lucy Manning, Bethel. 

Miss Elizabeth Jones, Bethel. 

Miss Christine Stancell, Bethel. 

Miss Harrille Brown, Whichard. 

Miss Lizzie Beverly, Bethel. 

Miss La la Chapman, Winterville. 

Miss Barharra Mannin-^-, Bethel. 

Miss Millie Everett, Robersonville. 

Miss Mamie House, Stokes. 

Miss Mollye Bryan, Winterville. 

Miss Bessie Mooring, Stokes. 

Mrs. M. O. Bobbitt, Shelmerdine. 

Miss Ferebee, Shermrrdine. 

Miss Sallie Kilpatrick, Giifton. 



Miss Sallie Nelson, Hyden. 

Miss Lela Rooch, Grilton, H. F. D. 

Miss Daisy Tucker, Greenville, R. F. D. 

Miss Julia Jones, PactoTus. 

Miss Ada Ward, Greenville. 

Miss Corinne Ward, Greenville. 

Miss Cora Lee Carroll, Winterville. 

Miss Sadie Carroll, Winterville. 

Miss Huldah Cox, Winterville. 

Miss Helen Galloway, Grimesland. 

Miss Lillian Whitehead, Grimesland. 

Miss Sudie Moore, Grimesland. 

W. H. Wynne, Beth 1. 

Miss Addie Johnson, Greenville. 

Miss p]lise Vincent, Greenville. 

Miss Lilly Corey, Ayden. 

Miss Julia Bready, Ayden. 

Miss Sarah Harding, Greenville. 

Miss Nannie Nichols, Ayden. 

Miss Lena Hines, Ayden. 

J. A. McArthur, Ayden. 

Miss Hennie Brown, Ayden. 

Miss Mary Long Whitehead, Ayden. 

Miss Annie Barnes, Ayden. 

Miss Laura Cox, Ayden. 

Miss Lena Dawson, Ayden. 

Miss Lilly Savage, Ayden. 

Miss Zylphia Cox, Winterville. 

Miss Delia Smith, Ayden. 

Mrs. Butts, Winterville. 

Miss Kate Chapman, Winterville. 

Miss May E. Brooks. Winterville. 

Miss Mary Lee Woodai-d, Falkland. 

Miss Verda Waldrop, talkland. 

Jliss Randolph Archer, Falkland. 

Miss Mary Smith, Falkland. 

Miss Ellen Tyson, Farmville. 

Miss Lottie Snell, Fountain. 

Miss Minnie Wooten, Fountain. 

Miss Mamie Moore, Fimntain. 

Miss Beulah Flanigan, Farmville. 

Miss Ada Bynum, Farmville. 

E. M. Rollins, FarmvUle. 

Miss Annie Perkins, Farmville. 

Miss Ada Tyson, Farmville. 

Miss Agnes Moore, Faimville. 

Miss Bessie Poe Law, Farmville. 

Miss Sudie Smith, Fjuntain. 

Miss Melville Gibson, Green^nlle. 

Miss M. Theresa Cooke, Greenville. 

Miss Mary Ledbetter, Green^ille. 

Miss Mamie Tunstall, Greenville. 

Mrs. Oscar Tucker, Greenville. 

Miss Bonnar Kittrell, Winterville. 

Mrs. R. L. Little, Winterville. 

Miss Hattie Sutton, Greenville. 

Miss Bettie Manning. Greenville. 

Miss Minnie McLawhorn. Greenville. 

H. B. Smith, Greenv.lle. 

Miss Eula Cox, Greenville. 

Miss Betty Wright, Gieenville. 

Miss Birdie McKinnie, Greenville. 

Miss Bennett, Greenville. 

Miss Wade, Greenville 

Miss Irvin, Greenville. 

Miss Hankins, Greenville. 

Miss McEnery, Greenville. 

Miss Bessie Ilarding, Greenville. 

Miss Pa.yne, Greenvi'.le. 

Miss Anna Spain, Greenville. 

Miss Bessie Hellen, Grifton. 





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Miss Bettie Tyson, Oreenvilie. 

Jliss May Diifjicy, Grit tiville. 

Miss Ina Johnson, Avdcn. 

Miss Alley Moore, Sti lies. 

J. J. Harrington, Grc nville. 

Miss Charlotte W. S. Ireland, Pactolus. 

Miss Julia Gray, Partclus. 

Miss Corey, Greenville. 

W. H. Cole, Grifton. 

Miss Clara Salshury, Grifton. 

Miss Kate Harrison, iJrifton. 

Miss Lillie B. Grant, Grifton. 

Miss Janie B. Robinson, Grifton. 

Miss Nancye Smith, Hanraluin. 

Miss Luana Haddock, Aydin. 

Miss Lizzie Burncy, Gritton. 

Miss Lily Helen Pair. Grifton. 

Miss Margie Scott, I'ntton. 

Miss Huldah U. Morris. Grifton. 

Miss Julia Burney, Gniion. 

Miss Mary Brown, V.i.iceboro, R. F. D. 

Miss Martha Ra dree^ \ anctboro, R. F. I). 

Miss Pansy Dixon, A.>den. 

Miss Belva Di.xon, Avde».. 

Miss Florence Felton, Grifton. 

Miss Sallie Little, W interville. 

POLK. 
Miss Eliza Newman, Columbus. 
Miss Emma Morgan, Landrum, S. C, 
No. 1. 
Miss Bessie Arledge, Mill Spring. 
Miss Bessie Constant Walker. 
Miss Mabel Gibbs, DMnsdale. 
Miss Bernice Gibbs, niin=dale. 
Miss Nora Prince, La<. i,um, S. C, No. 1. 
Miss MoHie Arledge, Kill Spring. 
Miss Maud Ruppe, Turner. 
Miss Bessie Jack^cn, Jielvin Hill. 
Mrs. J. A. Fcagans. Co'umbus. 
Mrs. J. W. Arbdge, L-rdrum, S. C, No. 1 
John A. Arl:>dg-', Columbus. 
W. A. Newell, Tryon. 

E. C. Davidson, Finartrville, S. C, No. 1. 
N. B. Hnggins, Myr«; 
John Gilliert, ColumDus. 
G. E. Feagans, l.anduim, S. C, No. 1. 

RANDOLPH. 

Mr*. Kate Norm-nt, Trinity. 
Miss Lizzie Bradshaw. progress. 
Miss Nellie Doak, Progress. 
Miss Massah Lambert, Gleno'a. 
Miss F^ffie Fra/ipr, R-indh niun. No. 1. 
Miss May Ridg"^, Ran'lieman, No. 1. 
Miss Grace Winningham, Ratidleman 
No. 1. 

Miss Bertha Wright, Edgar. 

Miss Lou'a .^ndri ws, Worthviile. 

Miss Maud Fox, Wor'nville. 

Miss lone Cates, Climax. 

Miss May Cuthb'^rtson. Climax. 

Misa F^sthrr Cranford. Climax. 

Miss Kelsie Coltrane, Climax. 

Miss Geneva Smith, <"iiniax, No. 1. 

Miss B'anche Spoon, Millboro. 

Miss Mag'.rie Fox, Liberty. 

Miss Hassie M. Jones, Liberty, No. 1. 

Misa Rolela Frazier, Julian. 

Miss Pearl Leonard, Ramseur. 

Misa Corday Oliv^, Kamscur. 

Miss Emma Brown, Jordan. 



Miss Florence Warren. Ramseur, No. 2. 

Miss May Hodgin, Millboro. 

Miss Alice Burgess, Uamscur, No. 2. 

Miss Fannie Kimrey, Staley. 

Miss Carrie Everhart, Randieman, No. 2. 

Miss Fleta Fox, Randleman, No. 2. 

Miss Lula Nixon, Millboro. 

Miss Ida Henley, Asheboro. 

Miss Fannie Gray, .Asheboro. 

Miss Agnes Moring, Asheboro. 

Miss Merrie Richard«'on, Asheboro. 

Miss Laura Stimson, Asheboro. 

Miss Ella Hend.ricks, Asheboio. 

Miss ^laggie Lee Erwin, Asheboro. 

Miss Ethel Brown, A-^heboro, No. 2. 

Miss Ida Ridg?, Randleman. No. 3. 

Miss Emma Ridge, Randlman, No. 3. 

Miss Martha J. Henley, Spero. 

Miss Martlia R ddinsr, .\slu bi)ro. No. 2. 

Miss Rose L. Jiihnson, Thomasville, No. 4. 

Miss Alma Delk, Cox. 

Miss Emma D'ors tt. Fullers. 

Miss Bettie Adams, Caraway. 

Miss Mattie Ro\als, Tiinity. No. 1. 

Miss Annie Lee Black, Trinily. 

Miss Kate Nance, Sal> m Church. 

Miss Birdie Royals, Hil 's Store. 

Miss 0"a Henley, Asheboro. 

Miss Callie Vuncanon, Mechanic. 

Miss Ella Lamb th, Asheboro, 

]\Iiss Dessie Crav n, Ashtboio, No. 1. 

Miss Blanche Moffitt, Brown. 

Miss Lrnnora Bray, Ramsnir, No. 1. 

Miss Eula Bray, Coleridge. 

Miss Mamie Yow, Cob ridge. 

Miss Sii!' Brooks, Rams ur. No. 1. 

Miss Roe'la Yow, Arch. 

Miss Evelyn Moffitt, Kanoy. 

Miss Lily Coegin, S?ai;rove. 

Miss Terra Monroe, rf. agrnve. 

.Miss Lillie B an", Se.ig;ove, No. 1. 

Miss Swanna Lowd rmi k, Seagrove, No. 1. 

Miss Eva .\sbury, Asbury. 

Miss Rona Yow, Aconite. 

Miss Estelle Calicott, Pisgah, 

Miss Cynthia Thornburg, H.uheh 

Miss Jennie Las'jit'T, Eleazer. 

Miss Cora Anderson, T assiter. 

Miss Fannie Stowe, Bomba.v. 

Miss Carrie Stowe, Bombav. 

Mrs. II. T. Sk " n. As'^eboro. 

Mrs. W. P. Whit^, Ramseur. 

Miss Pea'-l Mar>ii, Tr'nitv. 

W. S. Needham, Tr'nity, 

W. A. Cope'and, Trinity, 

C. C. Frazier, High Point, No. 5. 
G, A. Wrisrht, Edgar, 

E. O. Smithd ,i1, Ran-'Vman, 
R. M. N""ce. Randl man. No. 1. 

D. E. Highfill, Lih-rtv. 

S C. Fra/.i r, Stal v. No. 1. 

W. P. White, Ramseur. 

J. C. .Ml n, R.ims-^nr, No. 1. 

D. TI. Fvazir, Rams ur. No. 2. 

E. A. McMast(-rs. Staley. 
R. C. Smith, Mill'-.oro. 

D. M. Weath r y. F 'nkMnville. 

C. O. York, Cedar Fa 'Is. 

T. D. Fre, Odar Falls. 

M. IT. Canoy, Spero. 

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\V. U. Smith, Randkman, No. 3. 

S. L. Vainer, Fullers, No. 1. 

L. L. Fallow, Kandlevnan, No. 3. 

Benjamin Laiiicr, Corleto. 

L. ParluT, Holly. 

T. W. Ingram, Cox. 

S. T. Lassiter, Farmrr. 

J. C. Bean, White H.iuse. 

W. R. Ashworth, Dewey. 

C. W. Cox, Asheboro, No. 1. 

F. M. Wright, Moffitt. 

F. C. Craven, Coleridge. 
Carl Wright, Ramsear, No. 2. 
Carl Brewer, Raniscur, No, 2, 
M. C. Yow, Cheeks. 

C. F. Siler, Erect. 

A. S. Calicott, Micnfield. 

G. F. Garner, Seagrove, No. 1. 
S. A. Cox, Pisgah. 

L. M. Kearns, Pisgah. 

M. L. Loftin, Riley's Store. 

H. L. Johnson, New Hope Academy. 

J. F. Lyndon, Pinson. 

J. J. Scarboro, Ashelcro. 

RICHMOND. 

A. D. Scarboro, Rock'agham, No. 3. 

K. Santord, Roberdell. 

J. A. Howell, Hoffman. 

Mrs. J. A. Howell, Hoffman. 

Jas. Hutchins, Hoffman. 

Miss Mary Black, Jackson Springs. 

Miss Vera Gathings, New. 

Miss Beulah Culberson, Dockcry's Store. 

Miss Bertie Cameron, EUcrhee, No. 2. 

Miss Ida Cameron, Old Hundred. 

Miss Lula Roberts, Hamlet. 

Miss Moiinie Terry, Hamlet. 

J. W. Cameron, Hamlet. 

J. C. Watson, Ellerbe. 

C. L. Wicker, Ellerbe. 

Miss Vera Ratcliff, Ellerbe. 

Miss Edna McRae, EllerUe. 

Mrs. M. C. Howard, Rockingham. 

Miss Elma Warburton, Rockingham. 

W. W. Baldwin, Rockingham. 

R. B. Fowler, Rockingham. 

Miss Beulah Smith, Rvckingham. 

Miss AVillie Abcrneth/, Rockingham. 

Miss Maggie Clark, Roberdcil. 

Miss Stella Hutchinson, RoberdelL 

Ed. D. Pusey, Roberdell. 

Miss Vallie D. Massie. Mt. Gilead. 

Miss Lillie Matheson, Manguni. 

Miss Lila Little, Little's Mills. 

Miss Eva Clark, Ex>vay. 

Wesley Luther, Exway. 

Miss Mary A. Baldwin, Ellerbe, No. 1. 

C. C. Lowe, Covington. 

Marvin Bolton, Ellerbe, No. 1. 

Miss Edith Yarboro, Rockingham, No. 1. 

Miss Chloc Johnston, Rockingham, No. 1. 

Miss Zena Pense, Rockingham, No. 1. 

Miss Annie Davis, Rockingham, No. 1. 

Miss Lizzie Dockery, Cordova. 

Miss Lottie Cole, Cordova. 

0. R. Milliken, Rockingham, No. 1. 

Miss Mamie Monroe, Rockingham. 

Miss Mamie Thomas, Rockingham. 

Miss Pattie Monroe, Rockingham. 

Miss Capella Capel, Rockingham, No. I. 



ROBESON. 

Miss Lena Leitcli, Rowland. 
Jliss Gladys Barnes, Lumberton. 
Miss Cora McNeill, Red Springs. 
Miss Anna McLeod, Pembrohe. 
Miss Gerti-ude Graham, Rowland- 
Miss Sallie McGoogan, Shannon. 
Miss Jai:ie McGoogaT, Shannon. 
Miss Bertha Broadwe'', Shannon. 
V. H. Taylor, Lumberton. 
J. F. Flowers, Lumberton. 
Miss Mary Lee AlcMillan, Raeford. 
Miss Lettie McMillan, Raeford. 
Miss Katie McI. Buie, Red bpringa. 
Miss Mela Stewart, Shannon. 
H. L. Ec'cns, Pates. 
L. L. Hargrave, Lumoer Bridge. 
Mrs. L. L. Hargrave, Lumber Bridge. 
Miss Bertie Harrell, Lumber Bridge. 
S. D. Cole, Fairmonc. 
Miss Mary V. Whitley, Rowland. 
Miss Ha Blue, Fairmont. 
C. T. Harrington, Marietta. 
Miss Emily Patterson, Elrod. 
Miss Annie Mickey, Orrum. 
M. Shepherd, Orrum. 
W. T. Jenrett, Lumberton. 
Miss Annie Harrington, Red Springs. 
Miss Ethel Cole, Marietta. 
Miss Fannie Avent, Marietta. 
J. W. Fleming, Lumberton. 
Jliss Janie Stewart, JMaxton. 
Miss Mary E. Jones, Barnesville. 
Mrs. Annie B. Smith, Lumber Bridge. 
Miss Gertie Howard, St. Pauls. 
Miss Dollie Singletary, Lumberton. 
Harllee JlcCall, Red Springs. 
Wm. Herbert, Rowland. 
Miss Willie D. Evans, Raeford. 
Miss Jenrett McNeill, Lumberton. 
S. B. Graliam, Orrum. 
H. W. Hedgpeth, Orrum. 
Mrs. W. H. McKinnon. Red Springs. 
Miss Mary H. Stuart, Parkton. 
Preston Stamps, Parkton. 
Miss Meda Highsmith, Parkton. 
Miss Mary E. Mercer, Howellsville. 
Mrs. M. Louise Bullard. Barnesville. 
Miss Margarett Currie, Maxton. 
R. E. McCuliar, Lumberton. 
Miss Berta Daily, Fiirmont. 
Wm. M. Cvook, RowUnd. 
Mrs. Wm. M. Crook, Rowland. 
Miss Kate McKenzie, Rowland. 
Miss Margaretta Gadd v . Red Springs. 
A. E. Israel, Allenton. 
J. P. Price, Orrum. 
Miss Flora McQueen, Lumberton. 
Geo. Warwick, Lumberton. 

ROCIilNGHAAI. 

Miss Ruth Allen, Malison, No. 1. 
Miss Louise Anderson, Madison, No. 1. 
Miss Ada Blum, Benaja R. F. D. 
George Bennett, Rei.^l^ville, No. 3. 
John Bennett, Reidsiille. No. 1. 
Miss Frances Burton, Ridgeway, Va., 
No. 3. 
Miss Lucy Barham, Mayodan. 
Miss Sallie Bennett, Reidsville, No. S. 
Miss Lizzie Carter, Stoneville, No. 2. 



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Miss Sallie Comer, ivTadison, No. 2. 
Miss Nannie Coviiig:t<>n. Ueidsville, No. 5. 
Miss Kate Dannron, Wentworth. 
Mrs. I.ula Foster, OrpRon. 
Miss Dura Farrar, Siokcsdale, No. 1. 
Miss Patlie Goolsby. .Stokfsdale, No. 2. 
Miss Annie Garrrtt, Inaper. 
J. \V. Griffin, Madiscn. 
Mrs. May Uyers Gvi'f'n, Madison. 
Miss Mai-y Garrett, P'-;ce, No. 2. 
Miss Vera Gilliam, Kuppcr. 
A. E. Garrett, Intell,i;enco. 
Miss Lily Glenn, Stoneville, No. 2. 
Miss Susie Highfill, ^ance. 
Joe Hege, Stoneville, No. 3. 
Jliss Lticy Hoisford, Madison, No. 1. 
Jliss Rave Jackson, Sirkesdale, No. 1. 
Miss SaMie R. King, Mayodan. 
Miss Aiivila Lindsay, Madison. 
Miss Essie Lasley, Stokesdale, No. 2. 
Miss Lillian Lasley, li'cidsville, No. 1. 
Miss Emma Lovings, Heidsville, No. 2. 
Miss Vergie Lovings, Reidsville, No. 2. 
Miss Cora Lester, .S;okesdale, No. 1. 
Jliss Queen Lemons, Reidsville, No. 1. 
Miss Augusta Lemons, Mayfield. 
Jlrs. D. T. Ladd, Summerficld, No. 2. 
Miss Pearl Moore, ii' idsville, No. 2. 
Miss Carl McDonald, Reidsville, No. 2. 
Miss Jannette MiNeel°y, Reidsville, No. 2. 
Jli.ss Lelia Malloy, iii-ids^alle. No. 2. 
Miss Minnie Meador, Reidsville, No. 4. 
Miss Myrtle Moore, Reidsville, No. 3. 
Miss Jessie McAnnally, Sa.xon. 
Miss Cornelia Morgan, Stoneville, No. 2. 
:Miss Ora Moore, Riidsville, No. 4. 
Sliss Laura Moseley, I.' aksvil'e. No. 1. 
C. 0. CcCollum, Maaison, No. 2. 
Miss Lizzie Price, Sunevillc, No. 3. 
Miss Earleene Poindextcr, Stoneville, No.l. 
Miss Clara Pigg, Stoneville. 
Miss Oliie Priclitt, St'..Ksdale, No. 2. 
Miss Sallie Pruitt, Mayfield. 
Mrs. C. M. Robertson. Ashworth. 
Miss Annie I. Slade, Mclver. 
Miss Cornie Sikes, Reidsville, No. 4. 
Miss Luov A. Saunders, Reidsville, No. 6. 
C. 0. Small, Wentwo Ml, No. 1. 
Mrs. C. O. Small, Wenworth, No. 1. 
Miss Ida Somers, Reidsville, No. 3. 
Miss Lizzie Sharp, Stokesdale, No. 1. 
Eugene B. Sharp, Stokesdale, No. 1. 
Miss Lottie Satterfleld, Leaksville. 
Miss Annie L. Souder, Bj'rdville, Va., 
No. 2. 

Miss Stella Sharp, Stoneville, No. 1. 

Miss Annie Smith, Stineville. 

C. C. Sharp, Intelligence. 

Miss Folsome Smith, Summei-fleld. 

Miss Alma Sikes, Price, R. F. D. 

Miss Julia Snead, Stoneville, No. 3. 

Mrs. T. G. Taylor, Leaksville. 

Miss Lizzie Taylor, Lealcsville. 

James Truitt, Stoneville. 

Mrs. C. J. Terry, Reidsville, No. 5. 

Miss Mary Wilkinson, Mclver, R. F. D. 

Miss Lucy Wrav, Mclver, R. F. D. 

G. T. Walker, Reidsville, No. 6. 

Miss Roberta Wall, Stoneville, No. 3. 

Mrs. L. W. Woathcrsbee, Mayodan. 

Miss Annie Walker, Reidsville. 



L. N. Hickerson, Ruifin. 
Miss Mamie Bennett, Ruffin. 
Mrs. E. B. Gibson, Ruffin. 
Miss Robbie Price Johtiston, Ruffin. 
S. G. Harden, Reidsville. 
Miss Cora Pitts, Reidsville. 
Miss Fannie Gardner, Reidsville. 
Miss Emma Schoolfield Reidsville. 
Miss Mollie Fetzer, Heidsville. 
Miss Mollie Womack, Reidsville. 
Miss Lucy Hall, Reidsville. 
Miss Sallie McGehee, Reidsville. 
Miss Mary Trotter, Reidsville. 
Miss Lina Wiggins, llcidsville. 
Miss Nina Gookin, Reidsville. 
Miss Susie Warner, Reidsville. 
Miss Florence Hunt, Reidsville. 
J. B. Robertson, Reid.-ville. 

KOWAN. 
J. R. Erwin, Salisbury. No. 3. 
Miss Bessie Hcilig, Salisbury, No. 3. 
Walter Robelin, Gold Hill, "No. 1. 
Robt. Fitzgerald, Soencer. 
J. M. Shuping, Salisbury. 
Chas. M. Smith, Salisbury. 
Miss Sallie Camp, Salisbury. 
Mrs. C. M. Caldwell, Salisbury. 
Miss Mary Chilson, Salisbury. 
Miss Maude Ricliwine, Salisbury. 
W. G. Caswell, Spencer. 
]\Iiss Victoria Pichler, Spencer. 

C. B. Currie, Spencer. 
Miss Ethel Donkel, Spencer. 
Miss Ha Rice, Salisbury. 

Miss Bessie Bost, Salisbury, No. 1. 

Miss Lelia Kluttz, Cold Hill, No. 1. 

L. A. Swiccgood, Salisbury, No. 1. 

Miss Lula E. Sloop, Salisbury. 

Miss Fannie L. Eflrd, China Grove. 

Miss Kate Kclley, Salisbury, No. 5. 

IMiss Grace Monroe, Salisbury, No. 5. 

Miss Alma Powlas, Barber. 

J. C. Miller, Salisbury, No. 1. 

Miss Clara G. Miller, Salisbury, No. 1. 

Miss Vetra Koontz, Woodlcaf. 

Geo. B. Wetmore, Woodleaf. 

N. N. Fleming, Woodleaf. 

Miss Emma Irwin, Woodleaf. 

Miss Teinpie Smoot, Cleveland, No. L 

Miss Britz Thorn, Cleveland, No. 1. 

J. L. Castner, Mocksville, No. 1. 

D. R. Stroud, Cleveland, No. 1. 
W. 11. Goodman, Cleveland. 
Miss Maude C. Miller Cleveland. 
Jas. L. Steele, Mount Ulla. 

H. W. Early, Mount Ulla. 

Miss Daisy Fisher, Mount Ulla. 

Vernon R. Brawley, Tioutman, No. 2. 

Miss Mary Barringer, Barber, No. 1. 

Miss Emma Goodman, Mt. Ulla. 

Miss Ethel Miller, Barber. 

Miss Mary Shaeffer, Barber, No. 1. 

J. B. Rodgers, China Grove, No. 2. 

A. L. Kaniker, Enoch >ille. 

Miss Annie Lipe, Enochville. 

Mrs. L. M. Lorbacher. Mooresville, No. '. 

A. L. Ritchie, China Grove, No. 3. 

E. L. Kaniker, Mooresville, No. 1. 
Mrs. J. A. Bost, Moo>'esville, No. 1. 
Miss Berta Sloop, Mooresville. 

Miss Ethel Powers, China Grove, No. 2. 



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Samuel E. Sloop, Mount Ulla, No. 1. 

Miss Mary L. Boston, Cluna Grove, No. 2. 

Miss Emma Sloop, China Grove, No. 3. 

Miss Mab 1 D.nt, China Grove. 

Miss Cordia Linn, China Grove. 

Thos. L. Wilson, Chi'ia Grove. 

Miss Maggie Bostian, China Grove. 

R. M. IJichie, China Grove. 

J. W. Barnhardt, Concord, No. 3. 

Miss Maggie Efird, China Grove. 

\V. S. Shul- nberg r, China Grove. 

J. J. Bostian, China Grove. 

Oscar Vost, Salisbury, No. 2. 

Miss Roxie Trexlcr, Salisbury, No. 7. 

Miss Mav Sloop, Salisbury, No. 7. 

J. N. Lilly, Salisbury, No. 2. 

Miss Rosa I. Finch, Salisbury, No. 2. 

Miss .\ddie McNairy, Sj'lisbury, No. 7. 

Miss Ze^ia Plcss, Salisbury, No. 7. 

G. W. Lcntz, Concord, No. 4. 

H. M. L. Agner, Salisbury, No. 3. 

Mrs. Medora E. Heikr, Salisbury, No. 3. 

Miss Ida Julian, Salisbury, No. 3. 

J. G. Gaskey, Salisbury, No. 8. 

Z. A. Kluttz, Salisbury. 

W. n. Earnhardt, Ro'-Kwell. 

Ernest R. Odeil, Salisbury, No. 8. 

Miss Maggie E. Hook; r, Rockwell, No. 2. 

Miss Eltha Lou Linyh , Salisbury, No. 6. 

Miss W. R. Hendrcn, Rockwell. 

Miss Margaret Newrll, Gold HilL 

J. M. Eainhardt, Rockwell. 

W. B. Shinn, Granite Quarry. 

J. A. Livingstone, GranitL' lyuarry. 

Miss Connie Edwards, Granite Quarry. 

M. 0. Barnhardt, Salisbury, No. 6. 

Miss Carrie Barnes, c-raven. 

Miss Hattie Ward, Pool. 

Miss Cora P. Eddins, Gold HiH, No. 1. 

Miss Satlie Maie SniJor, MiUcrtown. 

Miss Maggie Barns, Gold Hill, No. 1. 

A. W. F(azor, Salisb.irv, No. 4. 

Miss St -11a Stokes, Salisbury, No. i. 

Thos. Morgan, Salisbury, No. 6. 

J. C. PeokT, Salisbury, No. 6. 

Jliss Vida A. Trexler, Sa isbury, No. 6. 

Miss Lucy A. Barrier. Salisbury, No. 6. 

Miss Maggie Park, Silisbury, No. d. 

Miss Ell(n Raring^r, Salisbury, No. 4. 
IIUTHERFOKD. 

R. A. Ford, RutUerfordton. 

Miss Mamie Harris, Rutherfordton. 

Miss Clara Taylor, Rutherfordton. 

Miss Mary W. Quinn. Ruth rfordton. 

!Mrs. Clara Gecr, Rutherfordton. 

Miss Laura Crawford, Ruthr-rfordton. 

Miss Daisv Logan, Ruiherfordton, No. 4. 

AV. H. Wilkie, Ruth' rfordton, No. 1. 

Miss Ol'ie Moore, Rutherfordton, No. 1. 

A. L. Rucker, Rutherfordton. 

Miss Minnie Lou Naniiey, Rutherfordton, 
No. 2. 

Miss Carrie Hiil, Rutherfordton, No. 2. 

Miss May Youns, Ruih' rfordton. No. 3. 

Miss Mary Lattimore, Nann'-y. 

Miss Buna Gillesoie, Rutherfordton, 
No. 2. 

Miss Effio Ashworth, Rvtherfordton, No. i. 

Jtiss P( arl Nanney, Rutherrordton, No. 1. 

Mrs. Mollie E. Wilkins, Rutherfordton, 
No. 2. 



A. S. Jones, Rutherf -rucon. No. 1. 

Jliss Ida Byars, Forest City, No. 1. 

Miss Litia .McKinney, Line. 

J. B. Higgins, San.iy Springs. 

Miss Annabella Logan. Forest City, No. 8. 

Mrs. Bessie Hamrick, Rutherfordton, No. 
1. 

W. O. McKinney, Ciroleen. 

Miss Gertrude ilamri.'.,. Caroieen. 

Miss Jean Moore, Cai.'leen. 

Miss Vava Wall, Caroieen. 

D. M. Stallings, Henrietta. 

Mrs. D. M. Stallings, Henrietta. 

Miss Monie Wliit sid^s, Henrietta. 

M. L. Wliite, Cliffside. 

Miss Edna Brown, ClifTside. 

Miss O en Padg tt, Cliffside. 

Miss Sudie King, Forest City, No. 1. 

Miss Georgia Young, l^'orest City, No. 1. 

Miss Carrie Cantrell, Cherokee, S. C, 
No. 3. 

I. L. Cathey, Mooresboro. 

J. D. Eskridg°, Eilenboro. 

Mrs. J. D. Eskridge. Eilenboro. 

W. J. Green, Eilenboro. 

Miss Mary L. Morrison Eilenboro, N*. 3. 

Miss Maggie B am, Eilenboro, No. 3. 

Mrs. EKcta Edwards, Elhnboro, No. 3. 

Miss Rfba Blanton, Fllf nboro. No. 3. 

G. S. Harrill, Bosti;, No. 3. 

Warlick Walker, Bostic, No. 3. 

Sliss Cleo Burns, Bostic, No. 2. 

Miss Bessie Wall, Eilenboro, No. 2. 

Miss Nora V. Martin, E lenboro. No. 3. 

Miss Callie Nann>y, Lattimore, No. 1. 

Miss Minnie Lee Nann?y, Lattimore, No. 1. 

A. A. Ahernethv, For-st City, No. 3. 

G. P. Toms, Forest City, No. 2. 

Miss Maggie Elliott, Forest City, No. 1. 

Miss Nellie Smith, Forest City, No. 1. 

H. C. Richardson, Bostic. 

Mrs. Blancli Blankenship, Bostic. 

P. M. Whistnant, Duncan. 

Miss Nora Crawford, Hollis. 

Miss Gertrude Taylor, Hollis. 

J. W. Johnson, Lav\Ti.'ale. 

J. C. Whistnant, Gambles Store. 

Miss Bedia Milton, Gamble's Store. 

J. G. Diviney, Gamble's Store. 

I). G. Melton, Gamble's Store. 

L. L. Good, Mooresboro. 

Miss Jennie Hughes, Hodge. 

Mrs. Bessie Houghton, Bostic, No. 8. 

L. Purgerson, Logan's Store. 

P. C. Smawley, Union Mills, No. 2. 

Miss Caral Long, Rutnerfordton, No. 4. 

J. H. Padgett. Logan's Store. 

Miss Maymie Freeman For st City, No. 3. 

Miss Johnie Eaves, Forest City, No. 3. 

Miss Fairy Clemmer. Bostic, No. 1. 

A'i=s Mary Fonin-, Th-rmal City. 

Miss Mamie Morris, Union Mills, No. •. 

Miss Anna S. Camp, Union Mills, No. 4. 

Miss Brth Fornej', Union Mills. 

Miss Myrtle Long, Union Mills. 

Mrs. C. S. Nanney, LTnion Mi'ls. 

!Miss Nannie Kate Long, Rutherfordton, 
No. 4. 

W'. L. Haynes, Otter Creek. 

Miss Hattie Hampton, I'nion Mills, N». L 

Miss Pearl Williams, Tiger. 



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Jliss Carie Searcy, Gage. 

Miss Lou Morris, Red Top. 

Miss B mice Oiblis, Cl.iinney Rock. 

J. T. Bland, Rutherfo.dton. 

A. W. Hall, J: trr. 

Oscar Bridges, Gilkey. 

Jli.ss Carl Nanney, Ciilliey. 

Miss Nannie Sue Riir'l.-er, Gi'k"y. 

G. R. Cowen, Ruthorfordton. No. 4. 

Miss Lara Fiack, Hut',- rfordton. No. 3. 

sa;mpsox. 

Miss Allie West, Coo;/v r 

D. iL Williams, Dunn. 

Miss Lucy Cu broth, ^sutryville. 

Miss ClicUie J. Spell, Ros; boro. 

Miss Stella A. Lewi^ Autryvllle. 

J. K. Wi lianis, Dunn- 

W. M. Kei:y, WallaLV. 

Miss Claudia P. Thomas, Hnrrell's Store. 

Jliss Hannah U. S axoy, Alpine. 

Miss Maggie Johnson, Ivanhoe. 

Miss Maggie Fcnnell. Kerr. 

Miss Li I y McDiiffie, Ivanhoe. 

J. G. Jones, Clinton. 

Z. J. King, Clinton. 

Miss Katie Gainey, Ch'nton. 

Miss Mamie Dardcn K( ener, Clinton. 

F. A. Edmonson, Clinton. 
Mrs. F. A. Edmonson, Clinton. 
R. A. McLamb, New.'cn Grove. 
Miss Tempie Britt, N"\vton Grove, 
Miss Mary C. King, Tinnt'ey. 

Mrs. Leia Turlington. Clinton. 
Miss Mattie L. Gainey, Huntley. 
Miss Mary S. B nnett, Salemburg. 
Miss Florence Butler, S-alemburg. 
Miss Lula D. Mass:^n> mg, Earnest. 
Edwin Newsoni, Clin'^'-n. 
Miss Lonnie Smith, Clinton. 
Miss Nancy Rackley, Sal^mburg. 
Miss Florence Parkier, Clinton. 
Junius Butler, Salemb.:rg. 
Miss Nclia Butler, C'lnton. 
Miss Cola P^zzell, Inpold. 
Miss Daisy Ferguson. Inc:o!d. 
Miss Emma Bruwnson. Ingold. 
Miss Deli ah Robinson, Clear Run. 
L A. Cain, Clear Run. 

C. A. Smith, Garland. 

Miss Mattie Bronson. Garland. 
Miss Alice McCullers. Garland. 
Miss Katie Faircloth, Roseboio. 
Tom Sloan, Roseboro. 

G. R. Dnughtery, Hivne. 
Sirs. R. S. Howard, Ai/ryville. 
P. P. Smith, Autryv'lic! 

Miss Mamie Outlaw, Roseboro. 
Miss Eva Royall, Sah iiiburg. 
Stuart Brewer, Autr'viUe. 
Grant Hall, Parkersbug'. 

D. R. Mclvcr, Mints. 

Miss Leola King, Ro=!i.t)oro. 
James ICldridge, Huntlty. 
W. A. Jackson, Cooper. 
Miss Lillie Wooten, Ininn. 
Miss Alma Wagstaff, Dunn. 
Miss Annie Barnhill, Fiunn. 
Miss Octavia Baggett, Dunn. 
N. T. Jackson, Dunn. 
Miss Delitha Naylor, Pnnn. 



Miss Luda Dawson, Gil.'S' Mill. 

W. P. Williford, Dunn. 

Miss Nellie Lunciford Newton Grove. 

Miss Janie S ssoms, Newton Grove. 

Billie Robinson, Ncw.on urove. 

Miss Bevie Williamsoii Newton Grove. 

Miss Frances Clifton, Clinton. 

Miss Annie Lou Kellev, Clinton. 

Miss Callie Wooten, Ciinton. 

Miss Sudie Stoki'ley, (Clinton. 

Miss Minnie K, nn;rly. C inton. 

Miss Eva Clifton, Mt. Olive. 

Miss Ida Bovvtte, F'aison. 

Frank R. Spell, Faisor. 

Miss Lili? C. Whitfiv.d, Faison. 

Miss .\ugusta Thomson, Faison. 

Miss B s.5ie Taylor, I'aison. 

Jliss Viva D'ard n, Newton Grove. 

D. L. Ellis, Clinton 

Miss Eva Ciilbrsth, Clinton. 
Mrs. E. H. Rohinsoti. Clinton. 
Miss Brrtha Dalton, (linton. 
Miss Annie L. Ford':nm, Clinton. 
Miss Mamie Ashfnrd. Clinton. 

E. Lee Fox, Clinton. 

Miss Belle Wi'liamson, Clinton. 

Miss Bessie K?lley, Clinton. 

Miss Z nobia M rritt. Clinton. 

Miss Varina Williamson, Taylor's Bridge. 

C. W. B;ach, Dc'way. 

Walter Beach, Dehvny 

Miss Mary Carlton, Del way. 

Miss Lou Matth'ws, Mignolia. 

Miss Florence Petorsoc. Clinton. 

Miss Maggie Aid-, rman. Clinton. 

Evandrr Simpson, Clinton. 

Miss Minnie Blount, Turkey. 

Miss Emma T. Britt. Turkey. 

Miss Mary Hins, Turkey. 

Miss Matti" Marshburn, Tuikey. 

B. F. Bright, Newton Grove. 

Miss Irene h^jram, N'^wton Grove. 

Matt King, Newton Grove. 

W. B. Dudley, Ncwto:i Grove. 

SCOTLAND. 

Miss Roberta Coble, Laurinburg. 

Miss Harriet McL( an, Laurint urg. 

Miss Sallie N- al Hugln s, Laurinburg. 

Miss Myra Jordan, L-iuriiibui g. 

Jliss Fannie Wright, J aurinlnirg. 

Miss Katlurine Bcartisley. Laurinburg. 

Miss Alma L-^e, Laurel Hill. 

Miss Katie Furman, Laurel Hill. 

Miss Minnie Gibson, Laurel Hill. 

Miss Mamie Gibson, Gibson. 

Mi?s Nan Fletcher, Gibson. 

!Miss Lola Gibson, Gilison. 

Jliss F orenee Bristow, Gibson. 

Miss Marv McKinnon. Gibson. 

Miss Carrie McN ill. Old Hundred. 

Miss Grtnid" Colerider, Ma.\ton. 

Jliss E^alina McGirt, Viaxton. 

Miss Annie Sampson, Hasty. 

STANLY. 
Julia Atkins, Norwood. 
Miss Annie B. Forrest. .Mbemarle. 
W. K. Litt'rton, Albniarle. 
Jliss Daisy Dare Ritchie, Albemarle. 
G. W. Baker, Albfinarlc. 
Miss Coiinna Bn«t, '>w London. 



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W. C. Ingram, Palni'Tsville. 

Jno. F. Burk-yson, Aibcmarle. 

JIarvin Ilatlcy, Plyli'i. 

Miss Florence Osbornn, Locust. 

Miss Fanny Dry, Locisst. 

T. B. Uuneycutt, Bi!< Lick. 

J. W. Nance, Smith lord. 

Mrs. C. R. Pkss, Rii-nfield. 

C. G. Plyler, Riclifl-:-!, No. 1. 

Miss Sara McCuUoch GreL'nsboro. 

Miss Annie Garris, P=p Dee. 

J. V. Avitt, Cottonvii'e. 

Sliss Corinne Carr, Ck-veland. 

Miss JIasrgie Umberg.r, New London. 

Mrs. Jlaggie Kirk, A.uemarle. 

Mrs. Bettie Matney, AJistnlieimer. 

L. R. Upcburch, No' wood. 

Miss Nannie Sniitli, .Mbemaile. 

J. W. Smith, Norwooil. 

Miss Myrtle 13roun, }■ Prd's MiU. 

J. A. Bunch, Palmeiviile. 

Miss Nora Eddins, Paln^crville. 

H. E. Coggin, Palmer^ille. 

C. L. Miller, New J.onelon. 

Miss Jennie Picklcr, .Mbemarle, No. 2. 

R. L. Tavlor, Palmerv lie. 

L. F. Riissell, Albenm'le. 

G. L. Efird, Endy. 

J. D. Rankin, New London. 

M. D. Dry, Misenheimer. 

U. S. Burlej'son, Bloomington. 

Miss Essie Blackwcld^"", All)emarle. 

Miss Bertlia Callowav, Plyler. 

M. F. Huncvcutt, Bi,- Lick. 

A. R. Whitlev, Bridgeport. 

E. H. Huneycutt, Le'.. 
Geo. C. Dry, Misenh'^i>ier. 
Harvey L. Austin, Ri( !if,pld. 

L. B. Hartsell, RichflLk', No. 1. 

Miss Mattie Moss, uinv London. 

AVill A. Green, Jack '-'w. 

Frank Ross, Cotton viile. 

Miss Lottie Smith, .■Mbemarle. No. 1. 

Cbas. W. Rankin, Na-A' London. 

Geo. ^y. Coggins, Alb-marle. 

Miss Bessie Dunlap, Norwood. 

Miss Mary Co.x, Palriieiville. 

Mrs. Cliarlotte Watk rs, Albemarle. 

Miss Estlier Melton, Aibemarie. 

Miss Jennie Hiineveuit, Big Lick. 

STOKES. 
J. W. Hall, Danbury 
Miss Mary A. Martin, Danbury. 
Miss Cornelia ^k■Kauf;ran, Greensboro. 
Miss Lemma Duncan, Dillard. 
Miss Kizzie Easter, iI?Hdows. 
Mrs. Mildred Alley, liermanton. 
Miss Sadie Petree, Germanton. 
Miss Cora Young, Ge: manton. 
0. L. Pulliam, Grrn anton. 

F. S. Ross. Walnut Cove. 
Miss Anna Martin, M'-adows. 
Miss Wi'mrta Smith. King. 
Chas. R. Helsabfck, Rural Hall. 
Miss Ada Fleming, King. 

Jliss Carrie Miller, K.ng. 

!Miss Agnes Johnson, O'ermanton. 

C. K. Boyles, King. 

W. P. Edwards, Pinnai le. 

Miss Agnes Pulliam, King. 

Miss Claudia Johnson. King. 



Miss Dora Wall, Pinnaele. 

Miss Ruby llamni, O-.iton. 

Miss Ro/.ella BovUs, I'i'inacle. 

Miss Myrtie Wall, P r.naele. 

Miss Lucinda Edward,. Pinnacle. 

Miss Nannie Pilzer, ;^od Sh' als. 

Miss M.miie Leak, Peter's Creek. Va. 

Miss Flora Hutelnns, Peter's Creek, Va. 

Miss Francis Marshall Francisco. 

Miss Delia Stone, Francisco. 

Miss Daisy Dearman, Westfiekl. 

R. F. She'ton, Moor<;>'? Springs. 

J. W. Simmons, Fran isco. 

Miss Maude Flippin, I'rHncisco. 

Miss Ruth Neal, Fraiicisco. 

Mrs. B. H. Boyles, Vide Mccum. 

Sliss Maud Smith, Fr^ielsco. 

L. P. Pell, Pilot Mo-.ir.tain. 

R. B. Tilley, Pilot Mountain. 

J. W. Stridir, Pilot Mountain. 

Miss Essie Flint, ik'adows. 

Miss Anna Heid, Pi:ol Mountain. 

B. H. Boyles, A'ade iVecuni. 

L. 0. Boyles, Vade ?.l cum. 

Miss Rachel Moore, Smith. 

O. E. Shelton, Moor.'s Springs. 

John D. Smith, Campbell. 

H. A. Blair, Danburv. 

Miss Alice Martin, Smith. 

John A. Leake, Campbell. 

0. M. Bennett, Danbuiy. 

Miss Berta llodgin, Pleasant Garden. 

Miss Linnie Hodgin, Pleasant Garden. 

Miss Minnie Crews, Mayodan. 

Miss Susie Grogan, Price. 

Miss Vivian Gann, Sandy Ridge. 

Miss Fannie Lasley, Gideon. 

Miss Ella Martin, Sandy Ridge. 

J. R. Leake, Campbell. 

Miss Ella Grogan, Price. 

Mrs. J. S. Nelson, Campbell. 

Miss Mae Wall, Maaison. 

Miss Bercha Dunlap. Gideon. 

T. J. Covington, Madison. 

ih-s. C. A. Mitchell, Dillard. 

Miss Olivia Dean, Kernersville. 

Miss Lula Tuttle, M'alows. 

W. M. Salmons, Fu'p. 

Miss Bertha Davis, Walnut Cove. 

Miss Bessie Davis, Walnut Cove. 

Miss Claudia Smith, Francisco. 

S. P. Heath, Walnut Cove. 

Mrs. O. J. Cates, Walnut Cove. 

Miss Eva Voss. Walnut Cove. 

SUKKY. 
Miss Bettie Allen, I'lli.in. 
Miss Lucy Allen, Pinnacle. 
Miss Ora Armfield, L:;w Gap. 
Miss Nora Atkins, Ro.md Peak. 
Jliss Carrie Angell, !>( onville. 
Miss Clara Bell, Elkm. 
Miss Nora Bell, Elki!.. 
J. F. Beamer, Mt. Airy. 
N. E. Bovles, Round Peak. 
T. J. Blackburn, Mt. Airy. 
Miss Emma Burcham State Road. 
Miss Kizzie Bray, Crutd. field. 
Miss Achsa Burrus, I'otkford. 
G. E. Burrus, Rockfud. 
Miss Vio'a Cooper, Dobson. 
J. AI. Cockerham. Knpps Mill. 



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Arthur 'Calloway, Roaring Gap. 

J. W. Clifton, Ararat. 

Miss Lucy Davonport. Rorkford. 

Miss Lula Davrnport, liofkfoid. 

Miss Kttie EVockpry, J'cpliyr. 

Miss Nannie Denny, Iiimacle. 

W. B. Davis, Siloam. 

Miss Bculali Folpcr, Kusk. 

W. R. Freeman, Dobsoii. 

W. F. George, Klkin. 

Miss Lillian George, Klkin. 

W. C. Gentry, State Road. 

R. N. Ilauser, Slioal:^. 

Miss Mnttie Ilolvfield, Roclcford. 

L. F. Hicks, State t?.<pd. 

K. T. Hampton, Elkin 

Miss Miry Jmny Hi as, Mt. Airy. 

Mrs. .Jennie Hunt, Ellin. 

Sliss Lillian Harkradev, Dohson. 

Miss Magsie Harkrader, Dobson. 

,Miss Jennie Hill, Driin. 

Miss Alice Joyce, Wcjiome. 

Jfiss Liraie .Toyco, Welcome. 

Miss Ivali Jackson, Rrim. 

S. F. Jarrell, Round Peak. 

H. G. .Tarrell, Roun 1 T'eak. 

Miss Oln Jonf's, Dobr.on. 

J. T. Kirk, Siloam. 

Miss Lillie Key, Pilot' Mountain. 

H. D. Lundy! Rusk. 

Miss Hu'dali Marshall, White Plains. 

E. E. Marion, Pinn.icie. 

Miss Carrie Marion, Pinnacle. 

Miss Is'ihn] Matthews, Pilot Mountain. 

Ernest ^fartin, Ladon'.a. 

Fuller Mosley, Elkin. 

Miss T. Afay Norman, Rockford. 

J. F. Nance, Dobson. 

Aubry Nance, Dobson. 

Miss Mabel Nance, Dobson. 

Miss Li-lie Normnn. Roaring Gap. 

M. B. Parks, Roaring Gap. 

L. C. Parks, E'kin. 

Jliss Maude Payne, W'-stfield. 

Miss Maude Ring, Elkin. 

Miss Carrie Redman, Pilot Mountain. 

Miss Ha Stanley, Rusk. 

Miss Nannie Stimpson, Mt. Airv. 

Elbert Snow, R F. P. No. 4, Mt. Airy. 

E. W. Turner, Siloam. 

Rriss Fannie Thompson Devotion. 

Jtiss Bessie Venable, Rusk. 

Hfiss Beatrice Wall, Si'oam. 

Miss C'ara Wall, Siloam. 

Miss Ida Wall, Mt. ATry. 

Miss Carrie Watsnn, Mt. Airy. 

Jiiss Fannie Watson, Mt. Airy. 

Miss Gertrude Walt rs Pilot Mountain. 

SWAIN. 

IT. C. M. Marshall, Bryson City. 
Jtiss Ha Bolick, Bryson City. 
Miss Lettie M. Rice, Bryson City. 
Miss Riartha Mcllwain. Bryson City, 
Miss Elizabeth Lilly, Bryson City. 
Miss .'\hie DeHart, Bryson City. 
Miss Minnie DeHart, Bryson City. 
Miss O'lic Wilson, Br;son City. 
Miss Hester Sitton, Bryson City. 
Miss Bertha Wiggins, Bryson City. 
Miss Nina Gibson, Brv-on City. 



Miss Zcna Taylor, Bryson City. 

W. B. Carringcr, Bryson City. 

J. N. Breedlove, Bryscn City. 

C. A. Randolph, Brv-.on City. 

E. 0. Hall, Bryson City. 

S. L. Mason, Bryson City. 

W. L. McCracken, Whittier. 

Mrs. Hailie .McCracken, Whittier. 

Miss AInzelle Trollinger, Wliittier. 

Miss Ida McHan, Go\. Island. 

Miss Lessie McHan, Governors Island. 

J. W. Farmer, Governors Island. 

B. jr. Henry, Ocona l^ufty. 
Mrs. Floia Wilson, Oona Lufty. 
J. R. Oliver, Gee. 

Miss Maude Woody, Gee. 

A. L. Smiley, Swain. 

J. M. Smiley, Needmrre. 

Miss Laura CunnineK.;m, Needmore. 

Miss Dessie Cimninglnm, Needmore. 

R. E. Breedlove, Neelmore. 

N. .J. Burnett, Needmore. 

John Burnett, Etna. 

T. G. Dean, Etna. 

John S'agle, Almond 

Mrs. Sara Crisp, Fori tana. 

S. F. Hensley, Judsoii. 

Miss Elvira Welch, Proctor. 

C. L. Tillcy, Paint-r, 
Miss Delia Owen, Wl.'ttier. 

B. S. Matlock. Nnntahala. 

TRANSYLVANIA. 
Miss, Julia Owen, Qjebec. 
Miss Sfary Brinkley, Lake Toxaway. 
Miss Roxie Nicholson, Montvale. 
Miss Gertrude McWhorter, Lake Toxaway. 
N. A. Miller, Sapphire. 
Joe Johnson, Sclica. 
Miss Margaret Fellers, Balsam Grove. 
Miss Ardlle B. Gleason. l?osman. 
Miss O'ivia Whitmire, Rosn'an. 
Miss Laura Whitmire, Rosman. 
Miss Sue Glazener, Brevard. 
Miss Hattie Aiken, Bievard. 
T. H. Galloway, Brevard. 
Miss Janie Gi'lespie, East Fork. 
Jliss Bonnie Wilson, Brevard, No. 2. 
Miss Florence Davis, Calvert. 
Miss Bess Martin, Pi igah Forest. 
Miss Jfary Rankin, Pisgah Forest, No. 1. 
Miss Maria Capps, Pi~c:ah Forest, No. 2. 
Miss Awa Clayton, Penrose. 
J. B. Clayton, Penrose. 
G. T. Lyday, Breva.d. No. 2. 
Miss Myrtle Clayton, Penrose. 
Miss Nora Ashworth, Orange. 
Mark R. Osborne, Penrose. 
Miss S. Eldin" Phinmnn, Cedar Mountain. 
TYRKELL. 

C. T. Godwin, Columbia. 
Mrs. C. T. Godwin. Columbia. 
Miss Matilda Spruil', Columbia. 
Mrs. Hubert Bateman, Creswcll. 
Miss Sabra Svkes, Columbia. 
W. H. Pritchard, Columbia. 
Miss Delia Patrick, Criumbia. 
Miss Cassie Hass-^ll, Gudger, 

J E. Lupton, Gum Neck. 
Miss Hannah Moore, Cre.swclL 
Miss Eva Spruill, Cr-'we'l. 
Miss Loula Jones, Colombia. 



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SCHOOL STATISTICS A XD SCHOOL TEACHERS. 



Miss Mamie Rowe, Crrswell. 
\V. C. Alcxandc T, Co \'riibia. 
W. R. Caiawon, Co un.bia. 
S. R. Batuiian, Columbia. 

UNION. 

Miss Mary Lee Bivens, rnionville. 

M. D. Nance,, 01iv<> Branch. 

Miss Lida Cntlibeitson Monroe, No. 8. 

W. F. Baucom, Monroe, No 8. 

Miss AUie Home, Unii nvil.e. No. 2. 

P. 1' Cox, Monroe, No. If). 

T. E. Monroe, .MarsliviUe, No. 2. 

Miss Carrie Cannon, >Vaxliaw, No. 1. 

J. M. Guin, Unionville. 

H. G. Brvant, Olive P.ancli, No. 1. 

AVni. O. Ltmond, Indiin Trail. 

Burton B. Sturdivant, *Vaxliau, No. 2. 

J. Artliur Stranon, Marshvitle. 

P. E. Blatkson, Wingfate. 

J. \V. Latta, Monroe, No. 9. 

N. D. .Inlinson, Waxh.vv. 

M. B. Day, Winsate 

Miss Inez Kussl'U, Jlo^ioe. 

0. H. Hinson, Monioe, No. 3. 

Oscar Helms, Waxhaw, No. 2. 

Miss Beulali Price, Mi..tthj\vs, No. 18. 

>Hss Lew Yarboroui;U, Monroe, No. i. 

B. H. Griffin, Peaclib'nd, No. 1. 

Beeclier Harrell, Marsbville. 

Miss Annie Lowry, Monroe, No. 10. 

Conner Robinson, Wuxliaw, No. 4. 

Miss Wilmer Braswell, Unionville, No. 2. 

Miss Emma Mc-Manns Wa.xhaw, No. 3. 

Willie Love, Unionvi'le. 

Boyd Gritlin, bnionvrio. No. 2. 

E. C. Hinson, Monroe, No. 4. 

Miss Addie Baurom, I'nionville. 

Lemuel Price, UniouviUe. 

Miss Nancy Latlian, sionroe. No. 4. 

Miss A^nes Stewart. Monroe, No. 1. 

J. II. Edwards, Monroe, No. 4. 

Miss Bliss Price, Indian Trail. 

G. 0. Duncan, Indian Trail. 

Miss Ada Cutlib. rtsm, Mon'-oe, No. 5. 

Jliss Rosa Presson, Uircnville. 

Thomas Smith, Indian Trail. 

Miss Minnie Smith, Indian TraiL 

Miss Julia Cuthb.rtson, Monroe, No. 5. 

Miss Fannie Guin. Unionville. 

Miss Carrie Presson, Unionville, No. 2. 

Miss Mattie Caldwell, Monroe, No. 9. 

W. L. Rusling, Unionv' le, No. 2. 

Mrs. J. S. Williams. Atonroe, No. 1. 

Miss Emma Helms. Wingate. 

Mrs. C. L. Howie, Mi;ieral Springs. 

Miss Kato C^ark, Monioe, No. 5. 

Miss Eva Lee, Monro?, No. 1. 

Miss Lizzie Lee, Mon'je, No. 1. 

J. 0. Baucom, Monro'-. No. 6. 

Mrs. A ice Broom \ Waxhaw, No. 2. 

B. P. McNerly, Wa.tl.aw, No. 2. 

S. F. Bees, Monroe. 

Miss Li Hie Hamilton, Marshville, No. 2. 

Miss Mittie Green, Ab nroe. 

Miss Estelle Dees, Monroe, No. 2. 

JL R. Yarborougrh, .^'''nroe, No. 4. 

Henry Clark, Monroe. No. 9. 

Hrrmon Price, Monroo, No. 2. 

JHss Nina Clark, M<>tuo°, No. 5. 

B. F. Howie, Mineral f^prinars. 



G rover Baucom, Wine-nte. 
M. P. Neely, W.Txhaw, No. 2. 
H. M. Baucom, Marshville, No. 2. 
H. A. Norwood, Waxhaw, No. 2. 

A. W. Davenport, Mar^^^hews, No. 18. 
Miss Minnie Nisbet, Waxhaw. 

J. D. Simpson, Monroe No. 4. 

Miss Ella Helms, Un'.nville, No. 1. 

VANCE. 

B. W. Allen, Kittreli. 
Miss Pearl Cox, KittivU. 
Miss Onnic Tucker, ii'iitrell. 
Miss Eva Cheely, Kittreli. 
Miss Wi.Iie Davis, KiUrell. 
Miss Jlinnie Ross, Kitlrell. 
Miss Emma Alston, Epsom. 
Miss Clellie Smith, li ndt-rson. 
Mrs. S. W. Duke, Hi .;derson. 
Miss Wei Ions, Epsom. 

Jliss C. Woodliif, Herderson. 

Mrs. A. W. Kiliiam: Manson. 

Ed. Parham, Vicksboro. 

Jliss Minnie LoughlaTiJ, Manson. 

Mrs. H. F. Row and, 5'iddleburg. 

Miss Rosa Edwrrds, Middleburg. 

Miss Maud Fleming, Middleburg. 

Jlrs. L. B. Whit^, Manson. 

Miss Etta Firming, Woodworth. 

Miss Lottie Hart. 

E. P. Bradley, Townesville. 

Miss Royster, Townesville. 

Miss Morton, Townesville. 

.Miss L. Pittard, StovalL 

Miss A. LeMay, Stovail. 

Miss Sue Kelly, Wit'-amsboro. 

Miss Maud Uunn, Williamsboro. 

Miss OUa Fleming, Wi '.iam^boro. 

Miss Mamie Evans, Williamsboro. 

Miss M. Short, Williamsboro. 

Miss Leia Pool, Dabney 

Miss Lillian Dean, Dabney. 

Miss Etta Fcriall, Henderson, No. 5. 

Miss A'ice Gregory, Henderson, No. 4. 

Miss Eula Gregory, Henderson, No. 5. 

Miss Lois Edwards, Henderson, No. 4. 

Miss Nannie Hunter, Lcnderson, No. 4. 

G. W. Holmes, Hend«=ison, No. 4. 

Miss Flora McLendon, Henderson, No 4. 

Mi.ss B;u'a Bobhitt, Henderson, No. 4. 

Miss Crystal Bobbitt, Henderson, No. 2. 

J. T. Alderman, Hencerson. 

A. E. Aykers, Hender^jon. 

Miss .\my Butler, Hond-rson. 

Miss M. Whitley, Hrnderson. 

Miss B. Watson, HenOerson. 

Miss B. Clifton, Henderson. 

Miss L. Currin, Henderson. 

Miss S. Gilliam, Ilenoerson. 

Miss C. Hunter, Henderson. 

Miss L. Page, Hendeison. 

Mrs. W. n. Horner, .Henderson. 

Miss L. Ilartsell, Hen>-lerson. 

WAKE. 

Miss May .Adams, Raleigh, No. 3. 

J. A. .■iidams, Willo\v Springs. 

Miss Effie Adams, Garner. 

W. H. Albright, Wak-field. 

Miss Effie Avent, Rai.-igh, No. 2. 

Miss Elsie G. Barker New Hill. 

Mrs. Beatrice P. Baker,- Riley, No. 1. 



SCMClOL STATISTICS A ND SCHOOL TEACHERS. 



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Miss Rosa Barrow, Wendell. 

Miss Mavme Baker, Wendell. 

W. R. Btach, Raleigh, No. 6. 

Mrg. Sarah E. eiedsoe, Raleigh, No. 6. 

Miss Ernie N. Bookei', Apex. 

Mrs. Bessie Boone, Moirisville. 

Miss Nina Brown, Clayton, No. 3. 

Miss Wande Broughto.i, Riley, No. 1. 

Howard J. Canipen, Apex. 

Osear Caudill, Riley, No. 1. 

Miss Bettie Councill, Apex, No. 1. 

W. G. Crowder, Gary. 

Miss Mary A. Craig, '.Vakcfield. 

Mrs. Oicar Creech, W- ke Forest. 

A. A. Crater, Wake Forest. 

P. C. CuUuin, Fuquii> Springs. 

Miss Jessie Courtney, Holly Springs. 

Miss Mary C. Uowell, Wendell. 

J. E. Dowd, Owrner. 

Miss Cora M. Dixon Raleicrh, No. 5. 

Jliss M. W. Edmiindsrii, Raleigh, No. 4. 

Miss Irma P^llis, Carv. 

E. P. Ellington, Wa'ice Forest. 

Jliss Annie A. Futreli, Ncuse, No. 1. 

Miss Pansy E. Fetnjr. Zeljulon. 

Jliss Lillian E. Fickls Cary. 

Miss lola Franks, Ape.v., No. 2. 

Miss Minnie Frank in, Ape.x. 

Jliss Nina Gilliiand, Garner. 

Miss OU Giles, ■Ape.<. No. 1. 

Miss Mary E. Gilbsrr, f'uquay Springs. 

E. L. Green, Neuse, .No. 1. 

D. R. Green, Raleigh, No. 5. 
Miss Metta A. Gulley, Cary, No. 1. 
Miss Maude Guess, W.'jke Forest, No. 2. 
Joseph P. Goodwin, Raleigh, No. 3. 
Charles M. Hammond Raleigh, No. 1. 
Miss Clyde Ho't, Htl'.v Springs. 

Miss Ber':ha Holland, Molly Springs, No. 2. 

W. F. Hodg-, Wake ) orest. No. 2. 

Mrs. B. A. Horton, Wendell. 

Mrs. Lela M. Horton, Wak?f.eld. 

Miss Luella Ho'lowa)', WiTovv Springs. 

Miss Ruth H. Hardy, C'reedmoor. 

Miss Emma Jones Humer, McCuUers. 

Jliss Susie Iden, Wake Forest No. 1. 

Jlrs. Daisy Johnson, Cardenas. 

James A. T. Jonss, M' Cullers. 

Jliss Foy Johnson, A-j^'X. 

Jliss Stella Johnson, Raleigh, No. 2. 

Jlrs. Leiia K?ith, Raleigh, No. 7. 

Jliss Ana Kelly, Apes. 

Miss Lucy Liles, Raleit-h, No. 6. 

Jlrs. Lule J. Lawrence, Rog.r's Store. 

Jliss Euzelia Lassiter, Clayton, No. 3. 

Miss J. Belle Markham, Rogsr's Store. 

Jliss Viola Maynard, New Hill, No. 1. 

N. C. JIartin, Morrisville. 

Graham D. Mangum, Creedmoor. 

E. L. Middleton, Carj-. 

Jliss JIaggie M. Mitchell, Apex. 

Jliss Liizie Moss, Ne'JS , No. 1. 

Jliss Ell.i L. JIundy, Cary. 

Jliss Nannie J. Myatl. >IcCullerg. 

Kenneth H. Mclntyrc. Holly Springs. 

Jliss Jtattie Nichols, Roger's Store. 

Jliss JIargaret J. Ni'^nois, Kog t's Store. 

Jliss Ellie Nicliolson Holly Springs. 

Jliss .\da Norris, New Hill, No. 1. 

Jliss Fov J. Olive, Wai'.haU. 

Jliss Pfurl A. Park'-r R.lry. No. 1. 



Jlrs. Olivia Parham, Dayton. 

Jliss Julia Pasmore, Cary. 

Jliss Blanche Penny, Raleigh. No. 6. 

Miss Emma Pegram, Garner. 

G. L. B. Penny, Raleigh, No. 1. 

Miss Florence Powell, Clayton, No. 2. 

Peter Powers, Cary, No. 1. 

Jliss Ruth Proctor, McCuUers. 

Miss Annie Pulley, Rdeigh, No. 7. 

Jliss Iska Rav, Raleit;''., No. 0. 

W. D. Hay, Wake Fo'est No. 1. 

L. N. Ranes, Youny.si'ille, No. 1. 

Jliss Tillie G. Rancs, Neus.\ No. 2. 

Miss Laurie R-^dford, Voungsville, No. 1. 

J. C. Richardson, We.Vell. 

Jliss Nettie Rodman, Cary. 

Jliss Etta Rollins, Ap-w. 

Jliss Ruby Reid, Wi:M Forest. 

Mrs. G. M. Sanders, Zcbulon. 

Jliss Cleopatra Scarb'^ro Apex. 

Mrs. Lillian B. Simnun^, Raleigh, No. 1. 

W. J. Simpson, Wake Forest, No. 1. 

Jliss Adelaid3 Stnphciisen. Cary. 

Jliss Be'le Stainhack. '"'arv. 

R. P. Stuart, Willow Springs, No. 2. 

Jliss Sarah H. Stancill, Gainer, No. 2. 

Miss Willie Stal"v, Auburn. 

H. J. Sorreil, Falls. 

W. R. Sherrill, Wak.^ Forest, No. 2. 

Miss Jlam.ie L. Taylor. Apex. 

Miss Alice Taylor, Fuvjuay Springs. 

Miss Ora Taylor, Neii«. ■. 

Jliss Ruth Taylor, Willow Springs. 

J. 5L T( mplcton, Jr , Cary. 

Jlrs. S. W. Thompson, Falls. 

Jliss Claire Turner, it.ileigh. No. 3. 

Jliss Hattie Le-> Upclnirch, Morrisville. 

J. C. Utlev, Walthflll. 

W. W. Utley, Apex, No. 2. 

E. Wait&n, Mon-isvilk- No. 2. 

Jliss Allis Weathers, R-iIcigh No. 2. 

A. C. Weatherly, Go' man. 

Jliss Lessie Wcath-^rs Raleigh, No. 5. 

Jlrs. Hilen P. Whitlev, Wakefield. 

J. JI. White, (Rev), Apex. 

Jliss JIary J. Woodard. Cary, No. 2. 

Jliss Lidia E. Yatts, Morrisville, No. 2. 

Jliss Alma I. Ynt s, haeiah. No. 5. 

WARREN. 
JTrs. W. H. Aycock, Warrenton. 
Jliss Lizzie Benn tt, Wdir.nton. 
Jliss Sue B. Twitty, Warronton. 
Jliss Willie G. Jlacon, Warrenton. 
Jliss Jlamie Shearin, JIacon. 
Jliss Ida JI. Rodweli, Macon, No. 1. 
Miss Marguerite Davis. JIacon. 
Jliss JIary D. Davis, .Macon. 
Miss Susie Shaw, Jlicon. 
Jliss Lily Biscoe, JTacon. 
Jliss Annie L. Terry, Macon. 
Jliss Sallie Allen, K^dgeway. 
Jliss Gertrude Cree, E.mbro. 
Jliss Hi'da Duke, Marmadiike. 
Jliss Liira L. Perry, Litthton. 
Jliss Nettie E. Wise, Littleton. 
Jlrs. F. JI. Johnston. Litt'eton. 
Jliss Jimniie Clark, Creek. 
Mrs. W. R. Strick'and. Creek. 
Jliss Stella M. Hicks, Wise. 
Jliss Carrie B. Dunn, ^Vise. 
Jliss Delia K. Fitts, Wise. 



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SCHOOL STATISTICS AND SCHOOL TEACHERS. 



Miss Delia Fleming, ''aufrlian. 

Miss Nannie FUniinij, Vausrban. 

Miss Mattie D. Willinms, Vauglian. 

Mrs. W. G. King, Vajglian. 

Miss Jennie C. Alston. Inez. 

Jriss Waniie Rose, M::n3on. 

Miss Enjina M. Palme: , A'aujjhan. 

Miss Josephine Miller, Manson. 

Miss Tullia B. Reeks, Klberon. 

Miss Lassie Hardee, t nfield. 

Miss Emma E. Langley, Woodview, Va. 

Miss JIary White, >!<<( on. 

Miss Annie White, Ma-.-on. 

Miss Nannie P. Jonrs, WaTTcntoti. 

Miss Kate Ma^■fiekl, Norlina, H. F. D. 

Miss Lucy Thornton, Macon. 

Miss Bessie M. Hines, Henderson. 

W. O. Dunn, Wise. 

Preston Bennett, Macon, R. F. D. 

H. S. Grant, Macon, P. F. D. 

J. C. Patton, Warren 1,.,-n. 

Herbert Scholz, ^lacon, R. F. D. 

WASHINGTON. 

Miss Nina Banks, Plyn.outh. 

Miss Lizzie Goelet, P. \ mouth. 

Miss Bessie Norman, rivnioulh. 

Miss Virginia Spruill Plymouth. 

Miss Hilda Spruill, Plymouth. 

Jliss Delia Batcman, I'lymoutb. 

Jliss Gertie Mizell, PHmuuth, No. 1. 

Mrs. W. F. Bateman, I'lymonth. 

Mrs. Wessexe Di.xon, I'inetown, R. F. D. 

W. F. McCanless, Roper. 

Jliss .Augusta Carstarp'ien, Roper. 

Miss Stella Blount, Ruper. 

Miss Neva Cahoon, Roper. 

Miss Hattie Taylor, Eioper. 

Miss Ursula Singleton. Roper. 

Miss Lu;a Helton, Roper. 

Mrs. Bertie A. Good'vin, Mackey's Ferry. 

Miss Afar^'aret Cb'^s-son Mackey's Ferry. 

Miss Ida Swain, Skiimi isville. 

Sliss Orenda Midgett: Sound. 

Miss Carrie Newberry, Scuppernong. 

W. E. Norman, Scur'" rnong. 

J. L. Norman, CreswfU. 

Mrs. Nannie Armstn.ng, Creswell. 

Miss Eulalia Overton, CreswcH. 

Miss Mary Alexander. CrcsweU. 

Miss Alice Moore, Cr.'jwell. 

Miss Annie Moore, Creswell. 

Miss Wilmet Hardison. Creswell. 

Miss Mabel G. Hamm, Creswell. 

M. P. Ji-nnings, Crer.vpll. 

A. W. Davenport, Cliorry. 

Steward Davenport, Cherry. 

L. J. Spear, Cherry. 

Miss Matilda Spruill, Cherry. 

W.^TAUGA. 

Jfiss Maggie Combs, Boone. 

J. E. Hodges, Sands. 

Miss Ha Kerley, Blowing Kock. 

J. E. Brown, Boone. 

Z. T. Greene, Moody. 

J. F. Wilson, Vilas. 

Miss Dora Rowe, Va'^? Crucis. 

C. E. Harper, Susar Gicve. 

R. B. Jackson, Mar'er. 

Miss Minnie Day, Blowing Rock. 

Miss Mattie Gross, .Boone. 



J. T. Miller, ilcadow Creek. 

Miss Bertha Day, Bl.ni/ing Hock. 

Miss Jennie Wagoner, Stony Fork. 

Jeptha Bingham, Ruthcrwood. 

M. H. Norris, Bronkiii e. 

Coy Roten, Zionville. 

D. L. Greene, Benfiela. 

Jfiss JLirgaret Cotreli, Sands. 

G. A. Tate, Zionvill°. 

Roby \Vinkler, Ruthirwood. 

Jliss Millie Cairoll, Riverside. 

Augustus Masters, EJoone. 

M. J. Wilson, Vilas. 

Wm. W.itters, Shulls Mills. 

D. W. Greene, Vi'as 

A. B. Harman, Kellersville. 

Don. Horton, Vilas. 

W. J. Fathing, Watnv.pa Falls. 

R. L. Phillipps, Beech Creek. 

James Reid, Peoria. 

Tj. M. Farthing, Matnej. 

W. Y. Perry, Yerger. 

Ollie Jones, Recce. 

R. C. Roark, Tamarat If. 

Miss Rosa South, Tamarack. 

P. E. Hfrman, Amantna. 

Jfiss Floy Corb tt, .Vniantha. 

Nila P. Bvers, Zion\;lie. 

R. E. Gol'ding, Mast. 

Miss Mary Jones, R'xce. 

Miss Infz Elliott, Zi(.nville. 

W. A. Tugman, Amber. 

Miss Nellie McGlamery McGuire. 

Sliss Maj-'gie Smith, fi >ecc. 

O in Wimborgrr, Meat Camp. 

Miss Effie Hopkins, Virgil. 

JHss Edna Hodges, Sauos. 

N. E. Marley, Mabel 

Mi.ss Jennie Norris, Sands. 

Miss Delia Coffev, Gry;idlather. 

Hilda Coffey, Kelspy 

Miss Grace Cook, Bl)T>inp Rock. 

L. yi. Micheal, Ruthcrwood. 

Miss Ida Miller, B'ow-np Ro.-k. 

Miss Miryann Stone, Lilowii^g Rock. 

Miss Lona Stone, Blowing Ruck. 

Miss Haitie Greer, Blowing Rock. 

Jacob DillingfT, Blouing Rock. 

Jesse Edmiston, Blov iug Rock. 

J. B. Rrid, Boone. 

O. P. Havanan, Buck Creek. 

E. J. WiUiams, Vi'as. 
Miss Vergie Tester, Lc.-inder. 
Miss Annie Gritler, P-oria. 
W. D. Farthincf. Banners Elk. 
J. C. B'air, Balm. 

T. R. Caudle, Valle Cnicis. 
Ed. G. Farthing, Rn^ne. 

WAYNE. 
Miss Bertha Howell, Goldsboro, No. 4. 
Miss Rachel Massey, Gi Idsboro, No. 4. 
Miss Ruth E. Peele, Genoa. 
Miss Florence Lewis, Dudley. 
Miss .Annie H. Klirn. Dudley. 
Miss Carrie Potts, Mt Olive. 
Mrs. Mamie So\itherl.i;d. Mt. Olive. 
Miss Lizzie Thornto':, Mt. Olive. 
Jfiss Sallie Move, Goldsboro. 
Miss Roella Cox, Go.'i-horo, No. 1. 
Miss Julia E. Howell. fJoIdsboro, No. 1. 
E. C Byerly, Goldsb^-ro, No. 1. 



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Miss Com Payne Mooiv, Coldsboro, No. 1. 
JIis. L. F. Gates, Go'cl-boro, No. 1. 
Miss E. C. Hrvner, Gc'dsboro, No. 4. 
Miss Sallie Williams, GoUlsboro, No. 4. 
Miss Lula Willitord, Goldsboro, No. 4. 
Miss Bi'ssie Hollowell GoldsLoro, No.4. 
Miss Fannie Cox, Bculey, No. 4. 
Goo. W. Westbrook, (Joldsboro, No. 7. 
T. L. Hudson, Goldsboro, No. 7. 
Miss Hattie Godwin, Go dsboro. No. 7. 
Miss BiTLha Edgcrton Mt. Olive, No. 4. 
Miss Oiu Stevens, Mt. Olive, No. 4. 
Miss Eloise McPhail, lit. Olive, No. 4. 
Miss Georgia Andrew--, Mt. Olive, No. 4. 
Miss Btssie Deans, Kenly, No. 1. 
Miss Lola Fields, Kenly, No. 1. 
William Copeland, ('''•^mont. No. 1. 
Miss Opbelia Coore, T-iemont, No. 1. 
Miss Julia Hooks, F;emont. 
Miss Lillie Shackelfi-'d, Fremont. 
Miss Sallie D. Loftin, -Seven Springs. 
Miss Sadie L. Outla.v, Seven Springs. 
Miss Nannie E. TayV ', Seven Springs. 
Miss Mary Midgette, Seven Springs. 
G. H. Quinn, Seven Springs. 
Miss Miggie Walker, f-even Springs. 
Miss Minnie Raiford, Mt. O'ive. 
Miss Lou M. Smith, ATt. Olive. 
Miss Pearl Browning, Mt. Oiive. 
Miss Eva Casey, Frpir..,nt. 
E. L. Becton, Fremonf. 
Miss Emily Jones, 'Cvivi ka. 
Miss Ida Worley, Speigl'ts Bridge, No. 1. 
Mrs. H. A. Overman, Jaro. 
J. R. West, Faro. 
Miss Annie Crow, Eureka. 
Miss Maria Bristow, Fnveka. 
Miss Lola Martin, Eaieka. 
Miss Leia Does, Goldr-l oro, No. 3. 
Miss Josie Kornegay, Goldsboro, No. 3. 
Miss Bessie Kornegay, LaGrange, No. 3. 
Miss Dora Grady, LaO'ange, No. 3. 
Miss Mamie Ivey, La(;iange, No. 3. 
Robert 'Jzzell, Gold-iburo, No. 2. 
Miss Dora Atkinson, Goldsboro, No. 2. 
Miss Bettic Newsom, Goldsboro, No. 2. 
Elwood Pearson, Pike^ille, No. 2. 
Miss Annie Pipkin, Pileville, No. 2. 
Miss Pearl E. Tliompsm, Pikeville, No. 2, 
Mrs. Eugenia Aycock, Pikeville, No. 2. 
Miss Jennie Uzzell, Pikeville, No. 2. 
Miss Alma Bowdcn, Pikeville. 
Mrs. J. W. Hosea, Piieville. 
K. D. Perkins, Pikevil'e. 
Miss Mary E. Pipkin, Pikeville, No. 1. 
Mrs. Nilla Laneaster, Pikeville, No. 1. 
Miss Daisy Grant, Saulston, No. 1. 
Miss Boidah Crawford, Goldsboro, No. 5. 
Miss Sudie D.. Deans, Saulston, No. 1. 
Jliss Sallie Norris, LuGrange, No. 2. 
Miss Maggie Lancas^i r, LaGrange, No. 2. 
Miss Perminali Dees, (Goldsboro, No. 6. 
Miss Pennie Hill, Go'dsboro, No. 5. 
Miss I>iana Whitford, Go'dsboro, No. 2. 
Miss Ruth Scott, Golf'.=boro, No. 5. 
L. H. Reeves, Goldsburo, No. 5. 

WIIiKES. 

Mrs. Addie E. Sale, Nf,v Castle. 
E. G. Settlemyre, Wi^kesboro. 



Miss Florence Scliaetfec, Wilkesboro. 

W. R. Hendren, Straw. 

T. G. Johnson, Absl.eis. 

Hugh Taylor, Beng. 

Miss Carrie Joines, AVshers. 

Ale.xander Woody, Gray. 

A. J. Foster, Boom t. No. 2. 

Miss Gertrude Mitclull, Spurgeon. 

Miss Minnie Myers, R"nda, No. 1. 

Miss Florence Maxwell, Parsonville. 

E. W. Settle, Benliam. 

Miss Roxie Billings, Uockery. 

G. W. Miller, Cowles. 

Miss L. L. Martin, R- nda. No. 2. 

W. A. Durham, Roarii.g River, No. 1. 

John MeGrady, North Wilkesboro, No. 1. 

C. C. Faw, Millers Creek. 

J. W. Johnson, Huna ig Creek. 

Mrs. M. F. Handy, Ink. 

A. R. Coleman, 6^b. ii;ville. 

Miss Clara Greer, El'^.iP.e. 

Miss Cordie Hindersci, Lovelace. 

Miss Minnie JIcNeill, Wilkesboro, No. 1. 

J. P. Robbins, Stanton. 

Miss C. A. Miller, Straw. 
Miss Florence Miller, .Sliaw. 
Miss P.'-iirl Couth, Osoornville. 
Miss Maude Lyon, Cokeiy. 
Miss Ellen Myers, D vkery. 
Miss Mitta Joines, \bshei-s. 

F. G. Yates, Stanton. 
R. L. Vannoy, Vannoy. 

Miss Mattie Ferguson Boomer. 

Miss Edith Jones, Jluloerry. 

J. S. Elliott, Knott/Iile. 

Aliss Mattie Maxwell, ^herman. 

Percy Maxwell, Riv'^'de. 

Stewart Lyon, Traphill. 

W. F. .loines, Absheis. 

R. L. Brown, Lomax 

W. H. l.rown, Traphill. 

Mrs. M. E. Absher, Hays. 

Mrs. Bessie Foster, OtI- woods. 

Miss Floss A. Joines, Joynes. 

James Hutchins, Dimnette. 

Miss Hattie McNeill. Wilkesboro, No. 1. 

Miss Lula MeOee, Chninpion. 

Miss Venia Miller, (il-.ds. 

Miss Florence Gilreat'', Moravian Falls. 

Miss Mabel Stallings, Wilkesboro. 

Miss Louise Lunn, Wilkesboro. 

Miss Ina Davis, Heii'i.-ix. 

L. D. Wellborn, Ne.v Castle. 

Miss Janie M. Gilreath, Moravian Falls. 

AV. R. Triplett, Pur'es.r. 

C. C. Walker, Windy Gap. 

D. G. Wiles, Hays. 

Jliss Laura Higgins, Mulberry. 

Aliss Zora Walsh, Purlear. 

Mrs. B'anche Miller, Bowles. 

Mrs. Louie Bullis, Nortn Wilkesboro, No.l. 

E. U. Elmore, North Wilkesboro, No. 2. 
J. B. Ray, Jarvis. 

U. G. Foster, Champ-on. 

Miss Myrtle Gilliam, Austin. 

J. C. Hoots, Benham. 

H. L. Greene, Millers Creek. 

I. C. Woodruff, Moxloy. 

Miss Nova Carlton, Pi-omer. 

Walter Dimmette, Noi-th Wilkesboro, No.2. 



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A. C. Walls, Ronda, Nv. 1. 
A. n. Ihiys, Hays. 
Miss Maria Elk'dge, llays. 
U. A. Miller, Cowles. 
Clias. Joines, Abshers. 

Ucddinof, New Castle. 

Hutchinson, Bawers. 

Carter, Austin. 

Edwards, Roarins- River. 
Miss Lou McNeill, Cha-npion. 
Rev. C. F. Fields, Elkin. 
W. H. Stbastian, Ha- Meadow. 
T. S. White, New Castle. 
J. Isaacs, Moravian Falls. 
Miss Pansy Pardue, Ronda. 
M. F. Barker, Austin. 
Miss Ethel D'immette, North Wilkesboro, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 
D. C. S-'bastian, Hay Meadow. 
Ford Gilliam, Austin. 
H. H. Walker, Windv Gap. 

Rnmgarncr, Moravian Falls. 

Miller, Glcndale Springs. 

Bentley, Poors Knob. 

Bcntley, Poors Knob. 
Casey, New Castle. 
Robbins, Darby. 
Valeria Glass, Stiaw. 
Mamie Snow, W'^lcome. 
Miss Electa Footf, Roaring River. 
W. T. Comer, Windy Gap. 
W. A. Holleman, Jon'^sville. 
Miss Ella Thompson, Harley. 
C. H. Ferguson, Goshen. 
Miss Lillian Miller, Wilkesboro, No. 1. 
Geo. W. Jennings, Rbvne. 
W. G. Coltrane, North Wilkeeboro. 
Miss Kate Cranor, North Wilkesboro. 
Miss A. S. Legrande, North Wilkesboro. 
Miss Minnie Withers. North Wilkesboro. 
Miss Ruth Pilson, North Wilkesboro. 
Miss Hattie Edwards, .North Wi'kesboro. 
^liss Nannie Wellboi-i, Wilkesboro. < 
Miss Jennie Wagner, Stonyfork. 

WILSON. 

Geo. B. Strickland, l.neama. 
B. W. Tippett, Glover. 
A. B. Cameron, Elm City. 
Mrs. A. B. Cameron, KIni City. 
Miss D'ora Staj'nor, Wilson. 
Miss Ella High. Wils.r.r:. No. 2. 
Miss Mattie Collins, ''Vilson. 
>Irs. W. H. Speight, IMsck Creek. 
Miss Maggie Hooks, Tremont. 
Frank E. Lancaster, Fremont. 
Miss Annie Vick, B'lick Creek. 
Miss Agnes Peelc, Wilson. 
Mrs. D. L. F'owers, I.ucama. 
Miss Maude Watson, Fremont. 
Miss Etta High, Wi;<.(r. 
Miss Annie Young, Lu-ama. 
Miss Daisy Osborne, Lucama. 
.Miss Finma Deans, \.'iison. 
Miss Elva Deans, Wilson, No. 2. 
Jliss Emma Parker, Kenly, No. 3. 
Miss Pinnetta Watson Kenly, No. 3. 
Miss Essie Sa'iser, Kenly. 
Miss Hattie Smith, wison. No. 2. 
^liss Cramer Peele, Kenly. 
Miss Liticia Dunford, Wilson. 



Miss Sallie Parker, Kenly, No. 5. 

Miss Alice Dickinson, K-nly No. 3. 

Miss Bessie Edgirton, Wilson. 

Miss Belle Edg.rton, Wilson. 

Miss Mary Royals, Wilson. 

Miss Ella Deans, Wil.-cn. 

J. T. Moore, Taylor. 

Mrs. J. T. Moore, Taylor. 

Jliss Henrietta Deans, Wilson. 

Miss Ida Deans, Wilson. 

Miss Lena Wright, \\ ilson. 

Miss Fannie Perry, V ilson. 

Miss Lillie Bovett, Wilson, No. 2. 

F. W. Boswelf, Wilsr.r. 

Jliss Florence White, Wilson. No. 1. 

Miss Rosa Forbs, Wi'son. 

Miss Fannie Forbs, V^'ilson. 

Miss Lillian Hagen, Wilson. 

Jliss Bertba Pridgeii, E'm City. 

Jliss Annie L. Stancil, Elm City. 

JHss Hazel Doles, Eli.i City. 

Jlrs. O. J. Harrison, R'm City. 

Jliss Jfary McGowan, Elm City. 

Jliss Mallie Cobb, Eln Citv. 

Jliss Sallie Cobb, Ehn City. 

Jliss Rosa Grumpier, F m City. 

Jliss Iva Pridgen, Elm City. 

Jliss Winnie Barkley, Elm City. 

Jlrs. Jno. A. Bridgen, E'm City. 

Jliss Jlinnie Batts, Elrr: City. 

Jliss Pattie Wiggins, Elm City. 

Miss Bettie Webb, Sa'otnga. 

Jfiss Lucy Edwards, Elm City. 

Jliss Irnne Bell, Wil<-(.n. 

Jliss Kate Sugg, Wil-on. 

C. W. Howard, Saratoga. 

Jfiss Addie Owens, Saratoga 

Jfiss Hilda Christman, Wilson. 

Jliss Bettie Jfoore, Si 'atoga. 

Jfiss NaTinie Jfarlowe, Saratoga. 

C. E. Phillips, Stontnnsnurg. 

Jlrs. C. S. Whitley, Slantonsburg. 

Jliss Lucy Ellis, Wi'^nn. 

YADKIN. 

J. L. Teague, Boonville. 

W. L. Speas, Boonvil'e. 

J .W. Shore, Boonvi'le. 

J. Jf. Crater, Jonesv'He. 

J. F. Gorse, Jonesvil'.". 

J. H. JIathis, Jonesville. 

W. S. Vestal, Jonesvi".e. 

J. W. Windsor. .Tennincs. 

T. E. Burgiss, Jenning'^. 

B. R. Brown. Hamptonville. 

A. Johnson, Hampton-. ille. 

W. L. Denny, Ham?>;i'nville. 

J. W. Cann," Yadkin\!lle. 

W. D. Jfiller, YadkiMville. 

Clifton Chamberlain, Yadkinville. 

J. J. Reavis, Yadkinviile. 

Z. H. Dixon, Yadkin^il'e. 

W. H. Vanhoy. Hamp^cnville. 

Joe Powell, Boonville 

T. A. Ho'ton, Yadk'anille. 

F. F. Brandon, Cana 

■J. A. L. Shnrm°r, Yadkinville. 

T. E, Hutchens, Jfnna. 

Chas. H. Jlyers, Mina. 

.1. Jf. Davis, Boonv ile. 

L. W. Hobson, East Bend. 

J. W. Warden, Yadkinville. 



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Miss Myrtle Greenwood, Boonville. 

Miss Myrtle Reece, Bj'<nville. 

Miss EtliL'l llcece, ^nonville. 

Miss Cera Caudal, Boonville. 

Miss Daisy Shirmer, Boonvillu. 

Miss Daisy Angell, Bi.(.nville. 

Miss Ola Teague, Boon-- illo. 

Miss Annie Hoge, Bo.'nville. 

Miss Mattie Sale, Juiiesville. 

Miss Mary H nirie, Jonesville. 

Miss Mary Mathis, Jonosville. 

Miss Victoria Reavis, Yadkinville. 

Miss Nora Handin, 7ai'kinville. 

Mrs. Mary Dixon, Yadkinville. 

Miss Mae Belle Bailey. Cana. 

Miss Louisa Wiiliams, Williams. 

Miss Rjsa Cartw^igll^, East Bend. 

Miss Mollie Thomasson, Buck Shoals. 

Miss Cora Miller, Eas;- Bend. 

Miss Mamie Cheek, Siloam. 

Miss Annie Ingram, Etist Bend. 

Miss Bittie Danner, Yadkinville. 

Miss Cora Matthews, Kast ^iend. 

Miss Flora Matthews, East Bend. 

Ifiss Effie Angell, Boonville. 

Miss Ida Hobson, BoonAille. 

Miss Sue Fletchrr, Siloam. 

Misa Jennie Garner, Yadkinville. 

YANCEY. 

E. B. Hawkins, Burnsville. 
Miss Minnie Davis, Burnsville. 
Miss Maude Dungan, Burnsville. 
W. J. Bennett, Bun.sville. 
H. M. McCracken, B.msville. 
Miss Saliie Beaver, Bvinsville. 
Miss Bertha Honeycult, Burnsville. 
Miss Mas-gie Honevcult Burnsville. 
C. R. Hubbard, Burrsville. 
MisB May Thompson, Burnsville. 
MisB Mary Kirkpatri' n. Burnsville. 
Miss Lizzie Mol'h ters, Burnsville. 



Miss Alice McPhetcrs, Bum-;ville. 
Miss Mattie Gardner. Rurnsville. 
W. C. McCourry, Burnsville. 
Miss Essie Wilson, liiirnsville. 
S. W. King, Burnsvillt. 
Miss Maigai t Kolaiiu, Cane River. 
Miss Clara Ray, Cane River. 
Miss May Anderson, I'aint Gap. 
Miss Mary Jarvis, Paii t Gap. 
Miss Ida McPheters, I'aint Gap. 
Miss Saliie Chambers, .lupiter. 
E. J. Angel, Swiss. 
Miss May I'rotitt, Bald Creek. 
Miss Mary I'roffitt, Bald Creek. 
Miss B' rtha Proffitt, Bald Creek. 
Geo. Wheeler, Hi};gii,-. 
Hen Franklin, Bee l.i^?'. 

B. F. Carter, Bee Log. 

C. R. Williams, Rams.Tvtown. 
R. E. Holloway, R-nn^aytown. 
Miss Jane W'hitson. Huntdaie. 
M. E. Bradshaw, Relief. 

Isaac Bailey, Toledo. 

Will D. Peterson, Di/ Book. 

Don T. Peterson, Dav Book. 

Miss Hattie Hampton, Bald Creek. 

Jas. English, Burton. 

Calvin Brig^-s, Burton. 

J. B. Masters, Green Mountain. 

DeWitt Dcyton, Toeoa^ie. 

W. H. Baiiev, Lunday. 

D. B. Williams, Wihite. 
Carrie Tipton, Windmi. 
L. H. Ilutchins. Windom. 
N. N. Silver, Micavillc. 
Miss Elsie Silver, Micaville. 
Welsf^y Ray, Afhlone. 

Joe Robinson, Celo. 

J. W. Hoover, Celo. 

Miss Ella Ray, Pen^aooTa. 

Miss Mattie Mitchell, Burnsville, 



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COUNTIES. o . 

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Alamance 9,264 

Alexander 3,983 

Alleghany 3,206 

Anson 7,957 

Ashe 7,505 

Beaufort 8,951 

Bertie 7,043 

liladen 6,956 

Brunswick 5,141 

Buncombe 15,912 

Burke 6,623 

Cabarrus 8,511 

Caldwell 6,531 

Camden 2,028 

Carteret 4,127 

Caswell 4,904 

Catawba 9,417 

Chatham 8,5>!6 

Cherokee 4,7G7 

Chowan 3,405 

Clay 1,502 

Cleveland 9.SS9 

Columbus 8,942 

Craven 7,291 

Cumberland 11,798 

Currituck 2,609 

Dare 1,687 

Davidson 9,065 

Davie 4,646 

Duplin 7,989 

Durham 10,375 

Edgecombe 9,949 

Forsyth 12,965 

Franklin 8,808 

Gaston 12,121 

Gates 3,712 

Graham 1,752 

Granville 8,182 

Greene 3,857 

Guilford 17,832 

Halifax 11,281 

Harnett 6,977 

Haywood 6,156 

Henderson 5,269 

Hertford 5,182 

Hyde 3,147 

Iredell 10,937 

Jackson 4,403 

Johnston 12.583 

Jones 2,833 

Lenoir 6,605 

Lincoln 6,104 

Macon 4,342 

Madison 7.771 

Martin 8,833 

McDowell 5,358 

Mecklenburg 19,377 



a a c 

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1,296.56 

557.22 

448.44 

1,113.58 

1,050.30 

1,2.52.74 

1,U7U.82 

973.44 

719.34 

2,227.28 

927.10 

1,191.14 

913.94 

283.52 

577.. 38 

6S6.16 

1,317.98 

l,lHi.G4 

606.98 

470.. 30 

218.28 

1,.3S2.S0 , 

1,251.48 

1,020.34 

1,651.32 I 

364 86 , 

2:i5.78, 

1,208.70, 

650.04 

1,118.06 

1,452.10 

1,392.46 

1,814.70 

1,232.72 

1,6U6.54 

519.23 

244.88 

1,145.08 

539.58 

2,405.82 

1,573.94 

976.38 

861.44 

737.26 

725.08 

440.18 

1,530.78 

616.02 

1,701.22 

396.22 

924.. 30 

854.16 

607.48 

1,087.54 

1,2.36.12 

749.72 

2,712.12 



M'tchcll 6,422 

Montgomery 4,908 

R'oore 9,200 

^ash 8,904 

New Hanover 7,003 

Northampton 7,164 

Onslow . 4,4S4 

Orange 4,810 

Pamlico 3,3!)6 

Pa^niiotank 4,802 

Pend r 4,793 

Perquimans 3,7i;6 

Person 5.637 

Pitt 11,744 

Polk 2,.5'H 

T?andolph 10,058 

Riclimond 6,362 

Pobesnn 16,582 

Rockingham 12,899 

Kowan 11,904 

Rutherford 9,080 

Sampson 9,6>9 

Scotland 3.844 

Stanly 7,.%1 

Stokes 7,020 

Surry 10,293 

Swain 3,283 

Transylvania 2,3.53 

Tyrrell 1,7.03 

Lnion 10,903 

Vance 7,037 

Wake 20,244 

Warren 6,831 

Washington 3,022 

Watauga 5,213 

Wayne 11.229 

Wilkes 10,810 

Wilson 8,.519 

Yadkin 5,303 

Yancey 4,596 



893.68 

6S6.72 

1.2SS.44 

1,2.54.. 56 

l,(Hi4.02 

1,0112.56 

627..36 

673.84 

475.04 

680.28 

670.62 

521.24 

783.73 

1,043.76 

3.58. 56 

1,407.72 

800.28 

2,320.82 

1,805.46 

1,600.16 

1,270.80 

1,3.50.46 

5.^7.76 

1,0;-!0.14 

932.40 

1,440.62 

4.59.22 

329.02 

242.22 

1,520.02 

984.78 

2,8:«..50 

955.94 

506.63 

729.42 

1,. 571. 60 

1,. 513.00 

l.in2 26 

742.02 

643.04 



Total 714,571 $100,000.00 



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year ending Nov. 30, 1893 21 

year ending Nov. 30, 1894 115 

year ending Nov. 30. 1895 1.33 

year ending Nov. .30, 1896 151 

year ending Nov. 30, 1897 147 

year ending Nov. 30, 1898 156 

year ending Nov. 30, 1899 207 

year ending Nov. 30, 1900 306 

year ending Nov. 30, 1901 327 

year ending Nov. 30, 1902 395 

year ending Nov. 30. 1903 554 

year ending Nov. 30," 1904 640 

year ending Nov. 30, 1905 6!i5 

year ending Nov. 30, 1906 963 

year endirg Njv 30, 1907 969 



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[Abbreviations.— Deir.., Democratic; Rep., Republican; Pop., Populists- Ind., Inde- 
penrlint; E., Educational. Epis., Episcopal, Indus., Industrial; Pres , Presr.yterian; M., 
.Methodist; M. P., Metludi?t Protestant; H., Baptist; Rol., religious; Ad., advertising; 
A., Athletics; Lit., Liteiary; <\., quarterly;.., yearly; S., social; d., daily; w., weekly; 
s\\., semi-weekly; m., Monthly; bm., bimi-ntlily. 
Town. Name of Paper. Editor. 

hi on College Christian Sun, Chris., w J. 0. Atkinson 

Graham Grahap; Tribune, Rep., w ?>. G. Foster 

Graham Alanunoe Gleaner, U'em., w ..J. B. Kernodle 

Aurlington Burlinj;ton News, Dera., w Ogden F. Crowsoa 

Taylorsville Mountain Scout, w A. C. Payne 

Sparta Star, L'em., w A. S. Caison 

Cheirylane Blue Ridge Eagle, Rep., w John T. Miles 

Vadesboro Anson'an W. C. Brown 

V/adesboro MLSStiiger-Inlelligencer, D^m., w J. G. Boylin 

Jttferson Watchman, w A. E. Tilley 

.leffcrson Jefferson Recorder, Dem., w T. W. Adams, 

V/ashington Progress, Dem., w W. K. Jacobson 

vvashinfiton Messe;)^or, Dera., d C. L. Stevens 

Washington Gazet<^e, Dem., w C. L. Stevens 

Windsor Windsor Ledger, Dem., w S. W. Kenney 

Clark ton Clarktcn Express, Dem.,.. w A. C. Johnston 

Soutliport SouthpiTt Herald, Dem., w Howard C. Curtis 

Asheville Big Stick, Lit., m M. A. Whittmore 

Asheville Asheville Citizen, Dem., d. and w James II. Caine 

.^sheville Ashev.'lk Gazr tte-News, Ii'd, d Earle Godby 

Morganton News-Mirald, Dem., w T. G. Cobb 

Jloiganton Deaf Carolinian, E., bm... Mrs. L. A. Winston 

Concord Scotia Seminary News, E., m D. J. Satterfield 

Concord Evening Tribune, Dem., d James F. Hurley 

Concord Tribune. Dem., w...; James F. Hurley 

Concord ConcjK' Times, Dem., sw J. B. Sherrill 

Linoir Lenoir News, Ind., sw H. C. Martin 

Lenoir Lenoir Topic, Dem., w W. M. Moore 

Morehead City Coaster, Dem., w W. L. ArendcU 

Milton Times, Ind., w Marcus W. Winstead 

Yanceyville Caswell Democrat, Dem., w A. "i'ancey Kerr 

Newton Catawba Co;ii ty News, D.m., sw C. II. Mebane 

Newton Newton Enterprise, Dem., \\ F. M. Williams 

Hickory Reformed Church Standard, Rel., bm L. L. Murphy 

Hickory Hickory Democrat, Dem., vv J. H. Ilolbrook 

Hickory Timep-Mercuiy, Pop., sw J. F. Click 

Hickory Our Church Record, Luth., m A. L. Crouse 

Pittsboro Chatham Record, Dem., tv H. A. London. 

Siler City Siler Hfy Grit.w P. H. Elkins 

Murphy Cherokee Scout, w J. S. Meroney 

Edenton Baptist, B., m H. K. Mashburn 

Edenton Edenton Transcrip, Dem., w W. F. Swaringen. 

Ilayesville Clay County Courier, w G. W. Sanderson 

Shelby Shelby Aurora, Rep., w J. H. Quinn 

Shelby Clevelard Star, Dem., sw H. T. Hudson 

Kings Mountain. .Kings Mountain Herald, Dem., w C. A. Eury 

Whiteville News-Reporter, Dem., w F. A. Bizzell 

Vineland Whiteville Echo, Dem., w .....J. Edgar Dupree 

New Bern Sun . R. M. Phillips 

New Bern New "prn Journal, Ind. Dem., sw Charles L. Stevens 

New Bern New Bern Journal, Ind. Dem., sw Cliales L. Stevens 

New Bern New Bern Sun, Dem., d ..R. M. Phillips 

Fayetteville Standard E. R. McKelhan 

Fayetteville Fayetteville Daily Observer, Dem., d E. J. Hale 

Fayetteville Fayetteville Observer, Dem., w E. J. Hale 

haeford Facts and Figures, Dem., v D. S. Poole 

'f honiasville Times, Dem., w J. F. Westmoreland 

Thomasville Charity and Children, B., w Archibald Johnson 

Lexington North St.ite, Rep., w 

Lexington Dispatch, Dem., w H. B. Varner 

Cooleemee Banner, , w T. R. Walsh 

Mocksville Mocksville Courier, Dem., w Willian. K. Clement 



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Town. Name f>f Paper. Editor. 

Mucksville Davie "ecord, Rep., w Frank Stroud 

\\'arsa\v ])iipl:ii Journal, Dem., w John XI. Faison 

Kfiiiinsville Kastein Caioiina News, Dein., w D. S. Hinca 

Durham Daily Pun, licm., d .lames A. Robinson 

J)>iiham Morninf Herald, d Jo3. H. King 

Puiham Rctordnr. Ind., w Zcb. P. Council 

T)uiham South Atlantic Quarterly, Lit., q Edwin Mims and VV. H. Glassoo 

rmrham Trinity Archive, E., m, \V. A. Stanbury 

1 arboro Edgecombe .Advocate F. A. Moore 

T.i'.boro Tarbori Southerner, Dem., d Frank Powell 

Tarboro Tarboco Soutl-frner, Dem., w .....Frank Powell 

Viinston-Salem .. .Mtsser!,'ir, Agri., w J. G. Pepper 

Winston-Salim. ... Winston Sahm Journal, D.'m., d Jno Paul Lucas 

Winston-Salem. ...Daily Sentinel, Dem., d H. R. Dwire 

Winston-Salem Western Sentinel, Dem., sw H. R. Dwire 

Winston-Salem.. ..Union Republican, Rep., w J. B. Goslen 

Winston-Sal(m....Acaden^y, E., m J- H. Clewell 

V. inston-SaUm Wact.oNia Mniavian, Mora, m E. T. Mickey 

Winston-Sakm....Sout!crn Tobacco Journal, T., w G. E. Webb 

H'inston-Sa'cm....South"in Hon.-^ Journal, Lit., m George L. Andre 

Winston-Salem Business Guide, Ind., ni - M. L Stewart 

Kernersville Forsyth News, w T. J. Lowry 

louisburg j'ranklii. Times, Dem., w Jamea A. Thomas 

louisburg Franl'in I'TOgrcss. Dem., v William W. Boddie 

Gastonia Gastonia i^azHte, Ind. Dem., bw Wm. Atkins 

Gastonia Gastonia NlWo, Ind. Dem., sw Hugh Long 

Bessimir City ...Pessenior City Messenger, , w J- A. Smith 

Cherrvville Cherryviile Eagle, Ind., w John M. Magness 

Oxford Orplian's Friend and Masonic Journal, Masonic, w John Nichols 

Cixford Oxford Public Ledger, Dem., w F. M. & W. M. Pinnix 

Pnow Hill Standard-Laconic, Dem., w J. E. Debnam 

Gibsonville Timrs Ind., w Otis D. Phillips 

High Point Evansrolist, Rel., w W. L. Mellichamp 

High Point Daily Enterprise, Ind. Dem., d J. J. Farrisa 

High Point Weeklv Enterprise, Ind. D.m., w J. J. Farrisa 

high Point Southrm FurnHure Journal. T., m Wilber Jonea 

High Point Friends Messenger, Rel., m Eli Reeee 

Greensboro Greensboro Patriot, Dem., w \f. M. Barber 

Greensboro Daily Record Dem., d J. M. Reece 

Greensboro Green.sboro Telegram, Dem., d R. W. Haywood 

Greensboro Our Church Record, M., w J. f- McCulloch 

Greensboro Aposto.ic Messenger, Hol., sw Winfrcd R. Cox 

Greensboro North Carolina White Ribbon, W. C. T. U., m-Mis. Elltn J. Y.Preyer 

Greensboro Picdm.jnt Messenger, Bap, sw , J. H. Rich 

Gre:nsl)oro North Carolina Christian Advocate, Rel., w Hugh M. Blair 

Greensboro State Normal Magazine, E., bm Mi's Annie G. Randall 

Greensboro Woman's Missionary Record, M., m Mrs. J. F. McCulloch 

Greensboro Everything, L., m Al Fairhrother 

Greensboro Daily Industrial News, Rep., d W. A. Hildebrand 

Greensboro Southern Mills, Indus., m, R. S. Fitzgerald 

Greensboro Southern Eleeliician, Elec, m R. S. Fitzgerald 

Greensboro Labor News, Labor, w A. J. Williams and Lewis Burtnett 

Guilford College. .Collegian, Lit., m Students 

Enfield Progn s.-,. Dem., w H. W. Collins 

Knfield Neuse Riyer Times, Bap., w Gary Pittm.'.n and John C. Love 

Scotland Neck... Commoiiwealth, Dem., w E. E. Hilliard 

Weldon Eastern Sentinel, , w H. B. Harrell 

Weldon Roanoke News, Dem., w John W. Sledfe 

Littleton Times-H-rald, Dem., w R. E. Edwarda 

Lillington Lillington News, Dem., w I- H- Withers 

Dunn Guide, bem., w -LP- Pittman 

Puie's Creek Little River Record, E., w J. A. Campbell 

Canton Cantor Observer O B. Jeffreys 

Waynesville WavneS' ille Courier, Dem.. w G. C. Briggs 

Henderson villo... French Broad Hustler, Dem., w M. L. Shipman 

Hendersonville... Western N. C. Times, Rep., w T. W. Valentine 

Murfreesboro Murfre pboro Index, Dem., w J- W. Hicks 

Mooresville MooresviMe Enterprise, Dem., sw Robeson & Nonvood 

Statrsvillc Landmerk, [nd. Dem., BW R. R. Clark 

Statesvillo Iredell Count.' Mascot, Dem., BW O E. Orowson 



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Town. Name of Paper. Editor. 

IJarium Springs . .Our Fatiierless Ones, Pres , m R. \V. Boyd 

Svlva Jackson County Journal, Uem., w W. E. Gaillard 

Srriillifield Smith<ieid Hprald, Dem., w T. J. LassitiT anf? J. M. Beaty 

S.^lma Selma News, Dcm., w G. B. Craven 

Kinston Kinston Free Press, Dem., d I>. T. Edwards 

Kin.^ton Kinston Free Press, Dem., sw D. T. Edwards 

I.aGrange LaGrai ?e S-ntinel, Dem., \v D. H. Petree 

Linco'nton Lincoln Countj Times, Rep., w L. B. Thompson 

Lincolnton Lincoln Couniy News, Dem., sw \V. A. Fair 

>!arion McDowell Democrat, Dem., w 3. E. Whitten 

Franklin Franklin Press, Ind., w M. D. Billings 

Marshall French Broad News, Rep., w L. J. Bailey 

Marshall Madison County Record, D.m., w J. R. Swann 

J,uii;sville News, Dem., vr A. Corey 

Williamston Gospel Messenger, Prim. B., m S. Hassell, J. E. W. Henderson 

Williamston Enterprise, Dem., w A. E. Whitmore 

Jiimestown Advan'^e, Frar., w W. H. Quick 

Cliarlotte Advertiser, Ind., w J. T. Sanders 

Ciiar'.otte Gazette, w S. B. Pride 

Charlotte Peoples Paper, Ind., w J. P. Sossaman 

(Charlotte Charlotte Observer, Ind. Dem., d J. P. Caldwell 

Charlotte Charlotte Observer, Ind. Dem., sw J. P. Caldwell 

( har'otte Caroliia Medical Journal, Med., m W. H. Wakefield 

Charlotte Southern Publisher, T., m M. L. Yeager 

Char:otte Charlotte News, Dcm., d W. C. Dowd 

Charlotte Times Democrat, Dem., w W. C. Dowd 

Oharlotte Presbyterian Standard, Prcs., w P. R. Law 

Charlotte Star o" Zion. Mcth., W J. W. Smith 

Charlotte Evening Chronicle, Dem., d Wade H. Harris 

Charlotte Carolinp Pythian, Py., m J. G. Baird 

Char'otte Messenger of Hope, P. Epis., m Walter J. Smith 

Charlotte American Textile Manufacturer, Tex., w W. C. Dowd 

Charlotte Mill News G. S. Escott 

Charlotte Charlotte Medical Journal, .Med., m Edward C. Register 

Cornelius News-Reporter, Dcm., w. B. B. Smith 

Davidson Davidson College Magazine, Lit., m Societies 

Bakcrsville Mitchell Observer, w F. S. Starrette 

Tioy Jlontjomerian, Dem., w ...W. F. Hunsucker 

Carthage Blade, Dem., w W. H. McNeill 

Carthage Moore County News, Dem.. w H. A. Foote 

Pint hurst Outloolt w H. L. Jillson 

S;.nford Express P. H. St. Clair 

Southern Pines. . .Tourist, w ri. E. Foss 

Nashville Graphic, Dem., w M. W. Linclve 

Rocky Mount Rockv Mount Record J. H. Herbert 

Reicky Siount Twin County Echo, Dem., w H. R. Kinlaw 

Wilmington Southern LumLcr Journal, Trade, sw Z. W. Whitehead 

Wi'mington Evenin.-. Dispatch, Dem., d R. P. McClamy 

Wilmington Mornirg S"ar, Dem., d William H. Bernard 

Wilmington Star, D^rn., w William H. Bernard 

Wilmington Wilmington Messenger, Inel., d Sam T. Ashe 

'Vilmington Messenger, Ind., sw Sam T. Ashe 

\vi!niington Carolina Fruit and Truck C!rowers' Journal, T., bm..Z. W. Whitehead 

P.ch Square Roanoke-Chowan Times, Ind. Dem., w . .Andrew J. Conner 

Jacksonville Weekly Enterprise, D'em., w A. C. Dawson 

Chapel Hill Univers'ty of North Carolina Magazine, Lit., bm W. E. Yelverton 

Chapel Hill University Record, E., m Faculty 

Chapel Hill Tar Heel, A., w H. B. Gunter 

Chapel Hill News, Dem., w W. B. Thompson 

llillsboro Orang- County Observer, Dnn., w Joseph A. Harris 

Payboro Bavb^ro S ntinel, Dem., w. W. T. Caho 

Oriental Orient.. Ind., w J. T. Stradling 

Elizabeth City Roannke Tribune, Ind., w D. W. Perkins 

Elizabeth City Tar Heel .. ...E. A. Womble 

Burgaw Pendc- Chronicle, Dem., v A. R. Groom, Jr. 

Roxboro Courier, Dem., w John A. Noell 

Greenville Daily Re ector, Dcm., d .. .D. J. Whichard 

Greenville Eastern P>eflector, Dem., w D. J. Whichard 

Greenville King'^ Weekly, Dem., w H. T. King 

Ayden Free Will Baptist, Bap., v/ E. T. Phillips 



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NEWSPAPERS OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



Town. Name rf Paper. Editor. 

Tryon Tryon r?oe, Ind., w George E. Morton 

Tryon Tryon Thermal Belt W. C. Corcoran 

Madison Herald C. 0. McMichael 

Co'unibus I'olk Coiinty News, Ind., w Chas. Williams 

Randleman Times, v, IJarry W. Ormsby 

Randhman Central North Carolinian, Ind., w W. T. Boone 

Ashboro Asliboro Courier, Dem., w William C. Hammer 

j\shboro Randolph Bulletin, R^p., u U. S. Hayes 

Hamlet Messeng-er-Review, Ind., w H. W. Townsend 

l>ocking-ham Anglo-Saxon, Ind., w J. M. Smith 

Maxton Scottis!. Chiet, Dem., w W. B. Hark.-r 

Lumberton Robesonian, Dem., sw J. A. Sharpe 

Red Springrs Citizen, Dem.. w ....B. B. Branch 

I'airmont Messenger, Dem., w S. F. Thompson 

Reidsville Review, Dem., sw J. T. and Manton Oliver 

Rpidsville Webst-r'b Weekly, Dem., v John B. Webster 

I/caksville Gazette. I?^m , vv ....J. T. Darlington 

Salisbury Caroliim Watchman, Dem, w Wil.iam H. Stewart 

Salisbury Daily Post, Dem., d John M. Julian 

Salisbury Post, Dem., sw Jolm M. Julian 

(rtscent Ra.vs, F... m J. M. L. Lyerly 

Rutherfordton Sun, I'em., w W. H. Miller 

Clinton Sampson Democrat, Dem., w H. J. Hines 

Clinton Holines-- Advocate, Hoi., sui A. B. Grumpier 

I.aurinburg Exchjiige, Dem., w Muck Cam ron 

Alljemaile Albemarle Chronicle, Rep, w W. A. Jones 

A:bemarlc Stanly Enterprise, Dem., w J. D. Bivins 

Walnut Cove Stok's County News, Ind., -v L. G. Levvis 

Danbury Danbujy Reporter, Ind. Deni., w N. E. iind E. P. Pepper 

Mecca Watchnuin of Truth, Bap., m William R. Welborn 

Flkin Elkin Times, Ind., w T. M. George 

Mt. Airy Mt. Ai'y News, Dem., w J. E. Johnson 

Mt. Airy Mt. Aiiy Leader, Rep., w J. E. Allbright 

Pilot Mountain.. .Courier, w W. G. Howlett 

FJryson City Times Ind., w D. M. Sandridge 

Bryson City Brace J. S. Smiley 

Brevard Sylvian Valley News, Dem., w j. J. Min^^ 

Marshville Our Home, Ind., w J. Z. Greene 

Monroe Monn.c' Enqi;:rer, Ind., w H. C. Ashcraft 

Monroe Monroe Journal, Ind. Den,., vv R F. Beasley 

Waxhaw Waxlipv.- Enterprise, Ind. Dem., w P. T. Way 

Hendnson Gold Leaf, Dem., w Thad R. Manning 

KUtrell M-^sserg r and Educator. E., m J. R. Hawkins 

Pa'eigh News and Observer, Dem., C Josephus Daniels 

Raleigh Farmer and Mechanic, A., w Josephus Daniels 

Raleigh North Carolinian, Dem., w Josephus D'ani Is 

Raleigh St. .\Hgustin^'s Record., K., m A. B. Hunter 

La'eigh Caucasian, Rep., w Marion Butl r 

Raleigh Biblical Recorder, Bap., v Hight C. Moore 

Raleigh Progressive Farmer, Agri., w ..Clarence H. Poe 

rahiTh Times. Dem., d 

Raleigh Christi.in Advocate, M., w T. N. Ivpy 

Kaleigh American J. O. U. A. M., sm Z. P. Smith 

Raleigh Merchants Journal and Commerce, T., m Norman H. Johnson 

Ra'eigh Raleigh Enterprise, Ind., w J. L. Rams^v 

Raleigh Bulletin, Agri., m S. L. Patt-rson and Staff 

Nazareth Truth. Cath., m Thomas F. Price 

Apex Journal, Dem., w L. S. Franklin 

Wake Forest Wake Forest Bulletin W. L. Foteat 

Wak- Forest Stud-nt, Lit., m Stud nts 

Littleton News Reporter, Dem., w T. R. Wa'k'^r 

Warrenton Record. Dem., w J. C. Hardy 

Poone Watauya D'^mocrat R. C. Rivers 

Bonne T-achers' Record D. S. Lee 

Todd Little Baptist Wiil^t Mi'l-r 

Plymouth Roanolv- Bacon C. V W. Ausbon 

Mviunuth Washington County Tim?s Geo. W. Jackson 

Coldsboro Goldsboio Record. Ind., w C. a. & G. W. Brown 

Goldsboro Orphan Hom-, Frat., bm L F. Brinson 

(^nldsboro Go'd-boro H'-adlight, D-^m., w ^ ti^-.^^.. - 



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195 



lown. NaniP of Pap'^i. Kditor. 

Goldsboio Baptist Review, Bap., sm B. W. Nasli 

Goldsboio Holiness Advocate, Hoi., sm A. B. Grumpier 

Goidsboro Goldsboio Argus, Dem., d Toseph E. Robinson 

Ooldsboro Weekly Argus, lyem., w Jc-feph E. Robinson 

Mt. Olive Mt. 0!!ve Tribune F. R. Mintz 

Wilk sboro Patriot C. H. Cowles 

N. Wilkesboro Union Flag. lat., vv R. F. Reynolds 

N. Wi.kesboro.... Hustler, Deni., w W. E. Pharr 

Wilkesboro Chronicle, Dem., w R. A. Deal 

Moravian Falls... Yellow Jacket, Rep., w R. Don Laws 

Dellaplane Ship and Eagle, Rep., w Jay W. Majors 

Wi:son Daily Times, Dem., d John D. God 

Wilson Semi-Weekly Times, Dem., v John D. Gold 

Wilson Zion's Landmark, Prim. B., sw P. D. Gold 

Wilson Carolina Evangel, Chris., w A. B. Cunningham, W. G. WalKer 

Wilson Indust.ial Advocate, a J. O. Foy 

Wi'son Industiial Advocate, w J. O. Foy 

Elm City Mirror, Dem.,w John W. Blount 

"^adkinville Yadkin Ripple, Rep., vi ; C. M. Ward n 

Burnsville Black JJountp.in Eagle, Dem., w Lyon & Lewis 



Banks and Bankers of North C^irolina. 



state Banks of North Carolina. 

Bank of Aberdeen — Aberdeen; Opital, $15,- 
000; President, H. A. Pago; Cashier, J. 
W. Graham. 

Bank of Ahoskie— Ahoslue; capital, $12,500; 

President, J. T. Williams; Cashier, D. R. 

McGlohan. 
Cabarrus Savings Bank (branch of Cabarrus 

Savings Bank, Concord)--Aibpmarle; Pres- 

id nt, W. L. Woodhouse; Cashier, M. J. 

Harris, Jr. 
Stanly County Loan and Trust, Co. — Albe- 
marle; Capital, $25,0(tO: President, J. R. 

Price; Cashier, J. M. Peeler. 
Merchants and Manufai turers Bank — An- 
drews; Capital, $10,00i.. President, W. P. 

Walker; Cashier, J. VI Porter. 
Merchants and Farmert- Bank — Apex; Capi- 
tal, $5,000; President W. H. Harward; 

Cashier, J. R. Cunningham. 
Bank of Randolph— Ashboro; Capital, $21,- 

400; President, O. R Cox; Cashier, W. 

J. Armfield, Jr. 
Battery Park Bank— .Vshevilie; Capital, 

$100,000; Prcsidrnt. J.".mes P. Sawyer; 

Cashier, J. E. Rankin. 
Citizens Trust and Savings Bank — Ashe- 

ville; Capital, .$50,000; President, E. L. 

Ray; Cashier, J. A. Campbell. 
Vi'achovia Loan and Tiusi Co. (branch of 

Wachovia Loan and Trust Co , Winston) — 

Asheville; Prrsid nt, T. ?. Morrison, 

(chm.); Cashier, W. T^. Williamson. 
Bank of Aulandrr — Aulander; Capital, $7,- 

850; President, C. W Mitchell; Cashier, 

J. W. Mitchell. 
Punk of Aurora— Aurora , Capital, $10,000; 

President, J. B. AVhi''thurst; Cashier, 0. 

M. Hooker. 
Bank of Ayden— Ayden-. Capital, $21,500; 

President, Joseph Dixon; Cashier, J. R. 

Smith. 
Mitche'l County Bank — Bakersville; Capital, 

$20,000; Pr sid nt, J. S. Wilson; Ca.shier, 

R. H. Bradshaw. 



Bank of Pamlico — Bayboro; Capital, $10,- 

000; President, T. A. Uzzell; Cashier, Z. 

V. Rawls. 
Bank of Beaufort— Beaufort ; Capital, $10,- 

000; Presid nt, T. A. Uzzell; Cashier, 

Thomas Thomas. 
Commonwealth Bank- -Black Mountain; 

Capital, $10,000; President, J. W. 

Dougherty; Cashier, E. F. McNeely. 
Swannanoa Va ley Bank and Trust Co., 

(chart r^d) — Back Mountain; Capital, 

$10,000. 
Beaufort Banking and Trust Co. — Beaufort; 

Capital, $50,000; Prei-idcnt, N. W. Tay- 
lor; Cashiiir, H. E. Swann. 
Bank of Be, haven — Beihav.n; Capital, $25,- 

000; Presid nt, J. A. WLkinson; Cashier, 

W. E. Stubbs. 
Pank of Benson (branch of Bank of Smith- 

lield)— Benson; Pr( sident, W. L. Woodall; 

Cashier, J. H. Rose 
Bethel Banking and Trust Co.— Bethel; 

Capita, $5,6 10; President, M. O. Blount; 

Cashier, W. H. Wooarel. 
Bank of Blowing Rick — Blowing Rock; 

Capital, .$5,000; Pr s'dent, C J. Parher; 

Ca.shitr, G. M. Sudderth. 
Watauga County Bank — Boone; 

$10,000; Prrsid" nt, N L. Mast; 

George Hagaman. 
Prevard Banking Co. — Brevard; 

.$25,000; Pr sid nt, R. U. D ave 

T. H. Shipman. 
Peoples; Bank— Breyard : Capital, $14,000 

Prrsident, T. T. Patton; Cashier, W. P. 

Whitmire. 
Biyson City Bank — Bryson City; 

$5,000; Pr-sidant. D. "k. Collins; 

J. R. Long. 
S>\ain County Bank — Brvson Citv; 

$10,000; Prrsident, A.' M. Fry; 

A. J. De Hart,- Jr. 
Bank of Pnd -r — Buroraw: Canital. 



Capital, 
Cashier, 

Capital, 

Casiuer, 



Capital, 
Cashier, 

Capital, 
Cashier, 



Pr°=id nt. 
Branch. 



$12 400; 
W. D. doom; Cashier, C. C. 



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BANUS AND BANKERS OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



Alamance Loan and Tnis^ Co. — Burlington; 
Capital, $(jO,000; President, J. H. Holt; 
Cashier, J. M. Fi.x. 
Pitdniont Bank — Burlington: Capital, $100,- 
COO; President, J. W Murray; Cashier, H. 
Lee Fowle. 
I'ank of Yancey— BurnsNJlle; Capital, $12,- 
000; President, J. W Higgins; Cashier, J. 
M. Lyon. 
Champion Bank— Cantor. ; Capital, $10,000; 
Prtsidtnt, G. W. Maslin; Cashier, O. M. 
Hampton. 
Bank of Carlton — Carlton; Capital, $15,000; 
President, Alden Howell; Cashier, G. N. 
Henson. 
Bank of Carthage — Carthage; Capital, $10,- 
000; President, W. J. Adams; Cashier, 
D. S. Ray. 
Lank of Moore — Carthagf-; President, H. L. 

Spence; Cashier, M. G. Daliymple. 
Bank of Cliadbourn — Chadbourn; Capital, 
$10,000; President, J. A. Brown; Cashier, 
D. C. Clark. 
Bank of Chapel Hill— Chapel Hill; Capital, 
$1.5,000; President, L A. Gjie; Cashier, 
W. D. Wildman. 
Peoples Bank— Chapel Hill; C.ipital, $5,000; 
President, H. H. Williams, Cashier, H. 
Lloyd. 
Am.rican Trust Co. — Charlotte; Capital, 
$200,000; President, George Stephens; 
Cashier, W. H. Wood. 
Charlotte Trust Co.— Charlotte; Capital, 
$100,000; President, J. H. Little; Cash- 
ier, W. N. Hagwood. 
Cherryville Bank— Ch_rryville; Capital, $15,- 
000; President, S. S. ilauney: cashier, M. 
L. Mauney. 
Bank of China Grove — China Grove; Capi- 
tal, $10,000; President, C. B. Miller; 
Cashier, W. C. Sifferd. 
Bank of Bladen— Clarkl on; Capital $13,630; 
Pr sident, L. B. Evans; Cashier, E. C. 
Clark. 
Clayton Banking Co.— Clayton; Capital, 
$10,000; President, Ashley Home; Cashier, 
C. M. Thomas. 
Merchants and Farmers Bank — Clevelana; 
Capital, $5,000; President, J. A. Lyerly; 
Cashitr, Clarence Rosebro. 
Bank of Clinton— Clinton; Capital, $20,000; 
President, L. A. Bethune; Cashier, H. 
McKinnon. 
Bank of Sampson — Clinton; Capital, $15,- 
000; President, G. A. Norwood; Cashier, 
W. F. Peterson. 
Merchants and Farmers Bank — Columbia; 
Capital, $10,000; Prpsident, B. F. Dun- 
can; Cashier, R. H Spruill. 
Cabarrus Savings Bank— Concord; Capital, 
$94,400; President, K. L Woodhouse; 
Cashier, C. W. Swink 
Citizens Bank and Ti-ust Co. — Concord; 
Capital, $.30,000; President, A. J. Yorke; 
Cashier, C. B. Wagoner. 
Bank of Cooleemee — Cucleemee; Capital, 
$5,000; President, J. B. Mason; Cashier, 
J. H. L. Rice. 
Eank of Cornelius— ComcHus; Capital, $10,- 
CtOO; President, F. C. Sherrill; Cashier, J. 
T. Beard. 



Citizens Bank — CreedmOvr; Capital, $7,500; 
President, Z. E. Lyon; Ca.shier, L E. 
Harris. 
The Bank of Creswell — Creswell; Capital, 
$5,000; President, Thos. W. Blount; Cash- 
ier, D. E. Woodley. 
Pank of Davidson — Derton; Capital, $25,- 

000 (chartered.) 
Bank of Dallas— Dallas; Capital, $10,000; 
President, L. L. Jenkins; Cashier, M. A. 
Carpenter. 
Eank of Elizabethtown — Elizabethtown; 
Capital, $5,000; President,C. W. Lyon; 
Cashier, J. M. Clark. 
Bank of Stokes County— Danbury; Capital, 
.$10,000; President, J. H. Prather; Cashier, 
N. Eugene Pepper. 
American Trust Co. (>.'-anch of American 
Trust Co., Charlotte)^Davidson; President, 
Geo. Stevens; Cashier W. H. Thompson. 
Surry County Loan and Trust Co. (branch 
of Surry County Loan and Trust Co., Mt. 
Airy) — Dobson; Pres'dent W. F. Carter; 
Cashier, R. C. Lewellvn. 
Bank of Dover— Dover; Capital, $5,000; 
President, G. V. Richardson; Cashier, 
— . — . Caton. 
Bank of Harnett— Duke; Capital, $10,000; 
President, B. N. Dul-e, Cashier, E. P. 
D'avis. 
Bank of Cape Fear— Dann: Capital, $5,000; 
President, R. M. Nelson; Cashier, C. R. 
Y'oung. 
Fidelity Bank— Durham; Capital, $100,000; 
President, B. N. Duke; Cashier, John F. 
Wiley. 
Alerehants Bank — Durham; Capital, $25,000; 
Piesident, C. C. Thomas; Cashier, P. S. 
Hutchins. 
Peoples Bank— East Durham: Capital, $10,- 
000; President, Y'. E. Smith; Cashier, J. 
W. Wilkinson. 
Bank of Edenton— Edenton; Capital, $50,- 
000; President, Julien Wood; Cashier, E. 
C. Rea. 
Citizens Bank— Edenton ; Capital, $25,000; 
President, H. C. Privatt; Cashier, Chas. 
H. Wood. 
Citizens Bank — Elizabeth City; Capital, 
$25,000; President, O. MacMulien; Cashier, 
M. R. Griffin. 
Mitchell County Bank, (branch of Mitchell 
County Bank, Bakersville)- Elk Park; 
President, J. S. Wilson; Cashier, Harvey 
Bailey. 
Pfink of Ellenboro— Ellenhoro; Capital, $4,- 
510; President, D. B. Harrell: Casiher, W. 
S. Simmons. 
Elm City Bank— Elm City; Capital, $10,- 
000; President, John L. Bailey; Cashier, 
E. O. McGowan. 
Toisnot Banking Co. — Elm City; Capital, 
$20,000; President, R. S. Wells; Cashier, 
C. A. Barnes. 
Pank of Enfield— Enfield; Capital. $10,000; 
President, George B. Curtis; Cashier, Ivey 
Watson. 
Commercial and Farmers Bank — Enfield; 
Capital, $10,000; President, S. C. Bella- 
mv; Cashier, E. W. Simpson. 
Pnnk of Fair Bluff— Fair Bluff; Capital, 



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$10,000; President, J. E. Dick; Cashier, 

J. F. Rogers. 
Bank of Fairmont — Fairmont; Capital, $9,- 

500; President, A. S. Thompson; Cashier, 

F. L. Blue. 
Hank of Faison— Faison ; Capital, $10,000; 

President, W. E. Borden; Cashier, H. 

McD. Williams. 
Usnk of Farmville— Farmville; Capital, $10,- 

(100; President, R. L. Davis; Cashier, J. 

R. Davis. 
Bank of Forest City— Forest City; Capital, 

.>)!12,000; Presid?nt, G E. Young; Cashier, 

.1. S. Biggerstaff. 
Bank of Franklin— Franklin; Capital, $18,- 

700; President, F. S. Johnston; Cashier, 

J. G. Siler. 
Macon County Bank — Franklin; Capital, 

*i5,000; President, J. A. Porter; Cashier, 

Lee Crawford. 
Citizens Bank — Franklinton; Capital, $15,- 

000; President, E. J. Cheatham; Cashier, 

W. F. Joyner. 
Bank of Fremont — Fremont; Capital, $12,- 

500; President, J. T. Hooks; Cashier, 

Cutlar Lee. 
Mtrchants and Farmers Bank — Garvsburg; 

Capital, $7,320- President, A. J." Ellis; 

Cashifr, R. L. Reese 
Citston Loan and Trust Co, — Gpstonia; Capi- 
tal, $15,000; President, L. L. Jenkins; 

Cashier, E. G. McLurd. 
Bank of Gates— Gatesville; Capital, $10,000; 

President, L. L. S^nith; Cashier, R. R. 

Taylor. 
Bank of Gibson— Gibson • Capital, $15,000; 

President, W. T. Pate; Cashier, L. M. 

Blue. 
Bank of Gibsonville — Cibson\'ille; Capital, 

$10,000; President, \V. H. Mendenhall; 

Cashier, .J. W. Boring-. 
Pank of Wayne — Goldsburo; Capital, $125,- 

000; President, E. B. Borden: Cashier, W. 

E. Borden. 

Citizens Bank — Graham; Capital, $10,000; 
President, J. .\. Long; Cashier, C. C. 
Thompson. 

Granite Falls Banii — Granite Falls; Capital, 
$8,000; President, R. G. Muore; Cashier, 
W. S. Whisnant. 

American Exchange Bank — Greensboro; 
Capital, $.500,000; President, E. P. Whar- 
ton; Cashier, R. G. Vaughn. 

bank of South Greensboro, (branch of 
American Exchange Bank, Greensboro) — 
GreonsVjoro; President, E. P. Wharton; 
Cashier, E. L. Sider. 

Greensboro Loan and Trust Co. — Greens- 
boro; Capital, $200,000; President, J. W. 
Fry; Cashier, W. E. Allen. 

Greensboro Commercial and Savings Bank — • 
Grern^boro; Capital, 8125,000; President, 

F. B. Ricks; Cashier, F. C. Boyles. 
Brink of Greenville — Greenville; Capital 

$25,000; Prr.sident, R. L. Davis; Cashier 

James L. Little. 
Greenville Banking and Trust Co. — Green 

villp; Capital, $25,000; President, R. J 

Cobb; Cashier, C. S. Carr. 
Bank of Grifton— Grifton; Capital, $10,000 

Presid-nt. W. W. Dawson; Cashier, G. T. 



Gardner. 
Bank of Grover— Grover; Capital, $10,000; 

President, J. F. Jenkins; Cashier, Frank 

Turner. 
Bank of Halifax— Halifa.x; Capital, $.3,850; 

President, W. H. S. Burgwyn; Cashier, F. 

H. Gregory. 
Pank of Hamilton — Hamilton; Capital, $25,- 

000; President, C. H. Baker; Cashier, Ed. 

Council. 
Bank of Hamlet— Hamlet; Capital, $8,850; 

Prpsident, E. A. Lackey; Cashier, J. S. 

Bishop. 
Citiz.ns Bank — Henderson; Capital, $100,- 

000; President, J. B. Owen; Cashier, W. 

A. Hunt. 
Pank of Henderson\'ille — Hendersonville; 

Capital, $27,000; President, J. M. Rhodes; 

Cashier, J. P. Rickman. 
Hertford Banking Co. — Hertford; Capital, 

$15,000; President, W. S. Blancnard; 

Cashier, L. W. Norman. 
Hickory Banking and Trust Co. — Hickory; 

Capital, $.35,000; President, J. F. Aber- 

nethy; Cashier, .1. W Blackwelder. 
Wachovia Loan and Trust Co. (branch of 

Wachovia Loan and Trust Co., Winston)— 

High Point; President, F. H. Fries; 

Cashier, C. L. Glenn. 
Carolina Savings Bank and Trust Co. — High 

Point; President, E. M. ArmCeld; Cashier, 

W. C. Petty. 
Bank of Orange— Hi llsboro: Capital, $5,000; 

Prf.=ident, J. S. Spurgeon; Cashier, P. C. 

Collins. 
Pank of Hope Mills — Hope Mills; Capital, 

$5,000; President. W. F. Blount; Cashier, 

E. W. Lasley. 
Bank of Hot Springs — Hot Springs; Capital, 

$10,000; Presid-'nt, Thomas Frisbee; 

Cashier, G. E. Naff 
Bank of Northampton — Jackson; Capital, 

$5,000; President, J. T. Fly the; Cashier, 

H. H. Grant. 
Tank of Onslow — Jacksonville; Capital, $8,- 

000; President, J. W. Burton; Cashier, N. 

S. Cockran. 
Bank of Ashe— .Jeff erson ; Capital, $15,000; 

President, J. E. Finley; Cashier, W. H. 

Worth. 
Bank of Jon^sboro — Jonesboro; Capital, 

$6,000; President, A. W. Huntley. 
Bank of Kenly— Keniy Capital, $10,000; 

Pr sideiit, R. A. Hales; Cashier, R. H. 

Alford. 
Bank of Kernersville — Kernersville; Capital, 

$7,500; President, W. H. Mendenhall; 

Cashier, G. V. Fulp. 
I- orsvth Banking and Trust Co. — Kerners- 

vifle; Capita', $6,7.50; President, J. Van 

Lindley; Cashier, J. M. Guyei. 
Kings Mountain Bank — Kings Mountain; 

Capital, $10,000; President, F. Dilling; 

Cashier, W. S. Dilling 
Hank of Kinston — Kinston; Capital, $50,000; 

President, E. F. Cox; Cas^hier, R. C. 

Strong. 
Citiztns Bank— Kinston: Capital, $50,000; 

President, N. J. Rovse; Ca.shier, C. F. 

Harvey. 
Bapk of LaGrangp — LaGrange; Capital, 



BANKS AND BANKERS (>F NORTH CAROLINA. 



?10,000; President, G. A. ^o^wood, Jr.; 

Cashier, J. D. Walteis. 
Rouse Banliing Co. — LaGrange; Capital, 

$15.nno- Pr sident, N. J. Rouse; Cashier, 

T. R. Rouse. 
State; BaiiR— Laurinburs-; Capital, $40,000; 

President, J. A. Jones; Cashier, W. H. 

Cooper. 
Bank of Leaksville — Leaksville; Capital, 

$30,000; President, D. F. King; Cashier, 

A. T. Hopper. 

Bank of Lenoir— Lenoir: Capital, $10,000; 

President, G. W. F. Harper; Cashier, J. 

H. Beall. 
Bank of Lexinarton — L<^xing-ton; Capital, 

$50,000; President, G. W. Montcastle; 

Cashier, W. H. MendenhaiL 
tank of Liberty— Liberty; Capital, $5,000; 

Prpsident, Lee H. Battle; Cashier, W. H. 

Griffin. 
Bank of Lilesville — Liles\alle; Capital, $5,- 

000; President, J. F. Alexander; Cashier, 

B. R. Wall. 

Bank of Lillin^ton — Lillington; Capital, $6,- 

SnO: Pr- sident, N. A. Smith- Cashier, H. 

T. Spears. 
Bank of Littleton— Little ton; Capital, $10,- 

000; President, J. H Harrison; Cashier, 

H. F. Bonnev. 
Planters Bank— Littleton: Capital, $10,000; 

President, T. J. Miles; Cashier, M. J. 

Grant. 
Farmers and Merchant- Bank — Louisburg; 

Capital, $23 500; t^resident, William 

Bailey; Cashier, T. W. Watcon. 
Bank of Lumb 'rton — Liimberton; Capital, 

$50,000; President, A W. McLean; Cash- 
ier, C. B. Tovvnsend. 
Bank of Ma'lison— Madison; Capital, $20,- 

000: President, J. M. Gadowr-y: Cashier, 

J. O. Ragsdale. 
MaysvlUe Banking and Trnst Co. — Maj's- 

ville: (chartered); Capital, $25,000. 
Bank of llanteo— Mant o; Capital, $-10,000; 

President, K. C. Evans- Cashier, R. 

Bruce Etheridge. 
Merchants and Farmers Bank — Marion; 

Capital, $27,000; President, T. F. Wrenn; 

Cashier, R. F. Burton. 
Bank of F'rench Broad — Marsha''l; Capital, 

$25,000; President, .T J. Redmon, Cash- 

ii r, W. B. Rams"»y. 
Bank of Marshville — MarshviHe; Capital, 

$10,000: Pr-sident, J. H. Lee; Cashier, W. 

E. McWhirter. 
Bank of Maxton— Maxton; Capital, $40,000; 

President. T. 0. Evans; Cashier, 0. C. 

Spanlding. 
Commercial and Farmers Bank — M^bane; 

Capital. $8,000- Pr-sidcnt, J. B. Mason; 

Cashier, S. G. Morgan. 
Bank of Caswell— Milton; Capital, $5,000; 

President, R. L. Watt; Cashier, E. 

Hines, Jr. 
Bank of Davii^-Moeksvi'le; Capital, $20,000; 

President, W. A. Bailey; Cashier, T. J. 

Byerly. 
Bank of Union— Monroe; Capital, $25,000; 

Presid-nt, W. S. Blakeney; Cashier, W. 

C. Stack. 

Bank of Mooresville — Mooresville; Capital, 



$30,000; President, J. E. Sherrili; Cashier, 

C. P. McNeely. 
Merchants and Farmers Bank — Mooresville; 

Capital, $-25,000; Presid-nt, E. W. Braw- 

ley; Cashier, A. W. Colson. 
Bank of Carteret- Morehtad City; Capital, 

$20,000; President, R. W. Taylor; Cashier, 

C. V. Webb. 
Bank of Morganton — Morganton; Capital, 

$16,000; Presid nt, J. A. Dickson; Cash- 
ier, W. E. Walton. 
Bank of Morven— Morven; Capital, $10,000; 

President, T. V. Hardison- Cashier, M. 

L. Ham. 
Bank of Mount Airy — Mount Airy; Capital, 

$30,000; President, J. H. Prather; Cashier, 

W. J. Byerly. 
Surrv County liOan and Trust Co. — Mount 

Airy; Capital. $22,400; President, W. F. 

Carter; Cashier, G. D. Fawcett. 
Bank of Mount Gilead — Mount Gllead; 

Capital, $10,000; President, J. A. Mc- 

Aulav; Cashier, W. B. Cock.ian. 
Mount" Holly Bank— Mount Holly; Capital, 

$10500: President, H. A. Rhjne; Cashier, 

J. J. Ormond. 
I?ank of Moimt Olive — Mount Olive; Capital, 

$25,000; President, ^V. E. Borden; Cash- 
ier, M. T. Brcazeale. 
Citizens Bank of Mount Olive — Jlount O'ive; 

Capital, $15,000; President, E. W. Kelley. 
Cabarrus Savings Bank of Mount Pleasant — 

Mount Pleasant; Capital, $25,000; Presi- 
dent, H. I. Woodhouse; Cashier, L. J. 

Foil. 
Peoples Bank — Murfreesboro; Capital, $10,- 

000; Pr-sident, D. C. Barnes; Cashier, P. 

E. Jenkins. 
Bank of Murphv— Murphy : Capital, $20,000; 

President, John H. Carter; Cashier, L. E 

Bayless. 
j Ptop'les Bank— Murphy; Capital, $16,000; 

Pr-sid'-nt, A. B. Dickey; Cashier, J. R. 

McClelland. 
Bank of Nashville — Nashville; Capital, $5,- 

000: President, S. F Austin; Cashier, W. 

G. Dozier. 
The Peoples Bank — New Bern; Capital, 

$200,000; President, Wm. Dunn; Cashier, 

T. A. Tzzell. 
Mutual Aid Banking Co. — New Bern; Capi- 
tal, .$3,790..5n; President, C. C. Roach; 

Cashier, J. H. Fisher. 
New Bern Banking and Trust Co. — New 

B-rn; Capital, .$200,000; President, J. B. 

B'ad-'s; Cashier, G. " Pendeton. 
Farmers and Merchants Bank — Newrton; 

Capital, $20,744.43; Presidpnt, J. H. 

Yount, Cashier, L. H. Phi'lips. 
Bank of North ^^'iMc-sboro— North Wilkes- 

boro; Capital, $25,000; President J. E. 

Finl"y: Cashier, R. W. Gwyn. 
Citizens Loan and Trust Co. — North Wilkes- 

boro; Capital, $25,000: President, R. W. 

Gwyn; S c'y and Treas., H. W. Horton. 
Deposit and Savimrs Bank — North Wilkes- 

boro: Capital, $-20,000; Presid-nt, W. F. 

Trogdon ; Cashier, R. O. Absher. 
Bank of Norwood — Norwood; Capital, $12,- 

5"0: President, T. A. Hathcock, Jr.; 

Cashier, L. AV. Hart. 



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Bank of Old Fort— Old Fort; Capital, ?8,- 

(KX); PiYsid. nt, L. P. Crawford; Cashier, 

J. S. Bradley. 
Bank of Oriental— Oriental ; Capital, 14,970; 

President, G. H. Roberts; C.ishier, J. \V. 

Miller. 
Bank of Gianville, Oxford; Capital, $60,000; 

President, E. T. White; Cishier, H. G. 

Cooper. 
Bank of Parkton— Parkton; Capital, $10,000; 

Presid nt, John G. Hughes; Cashier, L. C. 

McArthur. 
Pilot Bank and Trust Co. — Pi!ot Mountain; 

Capital, $25,700; President, W. A. Blair; 

Cashier, W. J. Swanson. 
Bank of Pine Level — Pine Level; Capital, 

$4,110; President, D. B. Oliver; Cashier, 

R. L. Fitzgerald. 
Pinttops Banking Co. — Pinetops; Capital, 

$15,000; Presidtnt, H. C. Bridgers; Cash- 
ier, J. Vines Cobb. 

Bank of Pittsboro— Pittsboro; Capital, $10,- 

000; President, W. L. London; Cashier, M. 

T. Williams. 
Bank of Plymouth — Plymouth; Capital, 

$12,500; President, W. T. Old; Cashier, 

Clarence Latham. 
Polloclvsville Banking and Trust Co. — Pol- 

lot-ksville; Capital, $5,000; Presid;nt, T. 

A. Green; Cashier, H. A. Creagh. 
Bunk of Raeford— Raeford: Capital, $12,000; 

President, John Blue; Cashier, John W. 

Moore. 

Carolina Trust Co.— Raleigh; Capital, $100,- 

000; President, A. J. Ruffin; Cashier, S. 

J. Hinsdrle. 
Conim reial and Farmers Bank — Raleigh; 

Capital, $100,000; President, B. S. Jer- 

nian; Cashier, H. W. Jaeksin. 
R.i1eigh Banking and Trust Co. — Raleigh; 

President, Charles E. Johnson; Cashier, 

F. H. Briggs. 
Bank of Ramseur — Raraseur; Capital, $12.- 

000; President. W. H. Watkins; Cashier, 

R. I. Smith. 
Pank of Randleman — Randleman; Capital, 

$12,000; President, S. Bryant; Cashier, J. 

H. Cole. 
Peoples Savings, Loan and Trust Co. — Ran- 
dleman; Capital, $50,000; President, J. J. 

N"\vlin; Cashier, W. H. Piekard. 
Bank of Red Springs — Rsd Springs; Capital, 

$15,000; Pr?sident, A. B. Pearsall; Cash- 
ier, J. S. Jones. 
Bank of Reidsville — Reidsville; Capital, 

$50,000; Vice-President, W. B. Wray; 

Cashier, J. F. Wat'ington. 
Citizens Bank— Reidsville; Capital, $75,000; 

Prfsident, H. R. Scott; Cashier, R. L. 

Watt. 
Bank of Riehlands— Richlands; Capital, $7,- 

8.50; Pr^sid-nt, J. E. Steed; Cashier, G. 

W. Whitted. 
Peoples Bank— Richlands; Capital, $5,000; 

Presidrnt, C. W. Sutton; Cashier, W. H. 

Henderson. 
Bank of Rich Squire — T-'ich Square; Capital, 

$5,000; President, J. T. Bolton; Cashier, 

Dr. M. Bolton. 
Bank of Roanoke Rapids — Roanoke Rapids; 



Capital, $5,000; President, W H. S. Bur- 
gwyn; Cashier, David Ba'lard. 

Bink of Robersonville — Robersunville; Capi- 
tal, $15,000; President, W. L. Sherrod; 
Cashier, J. C. Roberson. 

B.-'.nk of Pee D_>e— Rockingham; Capital, 
$25,000; President, W. L. Parsons; Cash- 
ier, W. L. Parsons. 

i-armers Bank — Rockingham; Capital, $15,- 
000; President, R. L. Steele; Cashier, L. 
S. Covington. 

Bank of Rocky Mount — Rocky Mount; Capi- 
tal, $100,000; Presid,nt, T. H. Battle; 
Cashier, L. F. Tillery. 

Planters Bank — Rocky Mount; Capital, $50,- 
000: President, J." C. Braswell; Cashier, 

Mank of Ropr— Roper; Capital, $20,000; 

President, T. W. Blount; Cashier, W. S. 

Davenport. 
Bank of Rose Hill— Rose Hill; Capital, $10,- 

000; President. M. J. Heyer; Cashier, W. 

B. Southerland. 
Bank of Rowland — Rowland; Capital, $25,- 

000; Presid nt, Allen Ed.ns: Cashier, A. 

T. McKeller. 
Bank of Koxboro — Roxboro; Capital, $10,- 

000; President. E. B. Reade; Cashier, W. 

F. Long. 
Peoples Bank— Roxboro : Capital, $40,000; 

Pr sident, J. A. Long; Cashier, J. S. 

Bradsher. 
Commercial and Farmerp Bank — Rural Hall ; 

Capital, $7,200; Presidant, J. S. Byerly; 

Cashier, E. E. Shore. 
ritiz;ns Bank — Rulherfordton; Capital, $12,- 

900; President. H. L. Carpenter; Cashier, 

A. L. Grayson. 

Commercial Bank — Ruthfrfordton; Capital, 

$17,000; President, T. B. Twittv; Cashier. 

J. F. Flack. 
ITaynes Bank— Henrietta: Capital. $25,000; 

Pr sid nt, R. R. Ilavnes; Cashier, J. 

Watkins. 
l.iavis & Wilev Bank — Salisbury; Capital, 

$60,000; President, T. F. Kliittz; Cashier, 

O. D. Davis. 
Peoples Bank and Trust Co. — Sa'i.sbury; 

Capital, $7.5,000; President, D. R. Julian; 

Cashier, J. D. Norwood. 
Wachovia Loan and Trust Co. (branch of 

Wachovia Loan and Trust Co., Winston) — 

Salisbury; President, L. S. Overman; 

Cashier,' W. F. Snyder. 
Carolina State Bank — Saluda; Capital, $5,- 

000; President, D. C. Barrow; Cashier, O. 

B. Lane. 

Bank of Sanford— Sanford; Capital, $15,000; 
Pr sident, T. L. Chisholm; Cashier, S. P. 
Hatch. 

Banking, Loan and Tnist Co. — Sanford; 
Capital, $25,000; President, A. W. Hunt- 
ley; Cashier, J. W. Cimningham. 

Scotland Nek Bank — Scotland Neck; Capi- 
ta', $25,000; Pr-sid?nt, A. McDowell; 
Cashier, F. P.- Shields. 

Planters and Comm^r^ial Bank — Scotland 
N ck; Capital, $25,C00; President, C. 
Kitchin; Cashier, A. .1 Moore. 

Farmers Bank— S aboard; Capital, $6,000; 
President, J. G. L. Crocker; Cashier, H. 



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R. Harris. 
Bank of Selma— Selma; Capital, $10,000; 

President, M. C. Winston; Cashier, L. D. 

Debnam. 
Sharpsbuig Banking' Co. — Sharpsburg; Capi- 
tal, $;30,000; President, John W. Cawes; 

Cashier, F. C. Graham. 
Chatham Bank— Siler City; Capital, $5,000; 

President, F. M. Hadley; Cashier, J. J. 

Jenkins. 
Banking, Loan and Trust Co. — Siler Cit}'; 

Capital, $15,000: President, O. A. Banner; 

Cashier, E. B. Parks, Jr. 
Ea-nk of Smithfield— Smithfield; Capital, 

.$30,000; President, W. L. Woodall; Cash- 
ier, C.V. Johnson. 
!-'now Hill Banking ana Trust Co. — Snow 

Hill; Capital, $10,000; President, G. A. 

N orwood, Jr. ; Cashier, J. T Suffg. 
Citizens Bank and Trust Co. — Southern 

Pines; Capital, $10,000; President, C. B. 

Grout; Cashier, G. A. Kimball. 
Bank of Southport — Southport; Capital, $5,- 

000; President, D. T. Watson; Cashier, J. 

J. Loughlin. 
Bank of Sparta— Sparta ; Capital, $15,00(); 

President, R. A. Doughton; Cashier, T. J. 

Carson, Jr. 
I'snk of Spencer^Spenofr; Capital, $5,00O; 

Cashier, J. K. Dorsett. 
Wachovia Loan and Tnist Co. (branch of 

Wachovia Loan and Trust Co., Winston) — 

Spenctr; Cashier, A. Vv'. Hicks. 
Bank of Spray (branch of Bank of Leaks- 

vi!l° — Spray; President, D. F. King; 

Cashier, A. T. Hopper. 
Farmers and Merchants Bank — Spring Hope; 

Capital, $10,000; President, W. H. Grif- 
fin; Cashier, G. F. Crocker. 
Spring Hope Banking: Co. — Spring Hope; 

Capital, $10,000; President, W. W. Rich- 
ardson; Cashier, W. H. Ta.ylor. 
Mitchell County Bank (branch of Mitchell 

Count Bank, Bakersnl'e) — Spruce Pine; 

President, J. S. W-lson; Ca-shier, Charlie 

Hicky. 
Farmers and Merchants Bank — Stanley 

Capital, $12,500; President, W. L. Jen 

kins; Cashier, E. L. Pfgram. 
Statesville Loan and Trust Co. — Statesville 

Capital, $40,000; President, M. K. Steele 

Cashier, D. M. AusleJ^ 
Bank of Stoneville — Stoneville: Capital, $6, 

000; President, R. T. Stone; Cashier, C 

K. Nolen. 
Rank of Stovall— Stovali ; Capital, $5,000 

President, J. G. Hunt; Cashier, C. L 

Lewis. 
Jackson County Bank — Svlva; Capital, $12, 

000; President, C. J. Harris; Cashier, M 

p.uchanan. 
Bank of Tabor— Tabor, Capital, $2,500 

President, C. C. Pridgen; Cashier, D. C 

Fussell. 
Bank of Tarboro— Tarboro; Capital, $25,000 

Pres'ri'-nt, J. F. Shackelford; Cashier, L 

V. Hart. 
P:im'ico Insurance and Banking Co. — Tar 

boro; Capital, $3.'?,%0: President, H. L. 

Staton; Cashier, Job Cobb. 
Bank of Alexander — Taylorsville; Capital 



-Wallace; Capital, $13,900: 
E. Boraen; Cashier, S. A 



$6,000; President, W. B. MathcSon; Cash- 
ier, H. T. Kelly. 
Bank of Thomasville — Tliomasville; Capital, 

$12,500; President, F. M. Armfleld; Cash- 

ii r, J. L. Armfield. 
'ihomasville Loan and Trust Co. — Thomas- 
ville; Capital, $12,yOO- President, T. J. 

Finch; Cashier, A. H. Ragan. 
f Bank of Jones— Trenton; Capital, $5,000; 

President, T. D. Warren; Cashier, S. H. 

Haywood. 
Bank of Montsoniery — Troy; Capital, $10,- 

000; President, W."j. Armflelfl, Jr.; Cash- 
ier, J. G. Thompson. 
Bank of Tryon— Tryon; Capital, $10,000 

President, Joseph Norwood; Cashier, J. B 

Hester. 
Pank of Vanceboro — Vanceboro; Capital 

$5,000; President, W. C. White; Cashier: 

J. B. Harvey. 
r.:ink of Co'umbus— Vineland; Capital, $10, 

000; President, R. H. Powell; Cashier, F, 

L. Ford. 
Bank of Wadesboro — Wadesboro; Capital 

$50,000; President, T. J. Covington 

Cashier, C. M. Burns, Jr. 
Bank of Wake— Wake Forest: Capital, $15, 

000; President, T. B. Powers: Cashier, T 

E. Holding. 
Rank of Duplin— Wallace; Capital, $12,500 

President, H. C. MacQueen, Cashier, A 

L. McGowen. 
Bank of Wallace 

President, W. 

Boney. 
Bank of Stokes County (branch of Bank of 

Stokes County, Danbury) — Walnut Cove; 

President, Jesse H. Prather; Cashier, 0. 

N. Petree. 
Bank of Warren — Warrenton; Capital, $22,- 

250; President, C. N. Williams; Cashier, 

C. R. Rodwell. 
CUizcns Bank— Warrenton: Capital, $20,000; 

Pr-sident, AV. B. Boyd; Cashier, R. T. 

Watson. 
Pank of Warsaw— Warsaw; Capital, $10,000; 

Pr'-sident, T. B. Peirc; Cashier, H. F. 

Peirce. 
Bank of Washington — Washin!;ton; Capital, 

$50,000: President, Seth Bridgman; Cash- 
ier, T. J. Latham. 
.\t'antic Trust and Bankinsr Co. — Wilming- 
ton; Capital, $5n.0O0; President, M. J. 

Heyer; (Tashier, Milton Calder. 
Waxhaw Banking and Trust C'o.- 

Capital, $17,5-50; Presid- nt, J, 

man; Cashier, J. A. Williams. 
Bank of Wavne.sville — \Vavn"«ville; 

$50,000: Prcsid-nt, Alden Howell 

.\'den HoweP, Jr. 
Comm-'reial Bank — WajTiesville; Capital, 

$30,000; Pr"sid-nt, R. E. Osborne; Cash- 
ier, J. R. Boyd. 
Bank of Wend 11— Wendell; President, R. B. 

Whitlev: Cashier, M. C. Todd. 
R.i.nk of Weldon— Weloon; Capital, $20,000; 

Pr sident, W. E. D'ame-l; Cashier, W. R. 

Smith. 
Bank of Whitakers — Whitakors; Capital, 

SI 0,000; President, W. T. Braswell; 

Cashier, W. J. Taylor. 



-Waxhaw; 
L. Rod- 
Capital, 
Cashier, 



BANKS AND BANKERS OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



201 



Dank of Whiteville— Whiteville; Capital, 

$10,000; President, J. B. Scliulken; Cash- 
ier, — . — . Hicks. 
Eank of Martin County— VVilliamston; Capi 

tal, iflS.OOO; President, W. Martin; Cash 

iir, J. G. Godard. 
Farmers and Merchants Bank — Williamston 

Capital, $25,000; President, J. D. Biggs 

Cashier, F. F. Fagan. 
Bank of Wi'kes — Wilkesboro- Chartered 

Capital, $125,000. 
Branch I^aiik ng Co.— V/ilson; Capital, $100, 

000; President, J. C. Hales: Cashier, G 

W. Stanton. 
Citizens Bank— Wilson; Capital, $50,000 

President, R. G. Briggs; Cashier, W. M, 

Farmer. 
P.riiik of Windsor — Windsor; Capital, $20, 

000; President, Thomas Giilam; Cashier, 

W. L. I.von. 
Citizens Bank— Windsor; Capital, $20,000 

President, E. S. Askew; Cashier, M. B. 

Gi'lam. 
Wachovia Loan and Pnist Co. — Winston- 

Sa'cm; Capital, $600,000; President, F. H. 

F'ries; Treasurer, H. F. Shaffner. 
Bank of Winterville — Winterville; Capital, 

$5,000; President, A. G. Cox; Cashier, J. 

L. Jackson. 
Merchants and Farmers Bank — Winton; 

Capital, $10,Q00; President, A. 1. Parker; 

Cashier, J. P. Mitchell, 
rainiers Bank— Woodland; Capital, $5,000; 

President, J. B. Griffin; Cashier, L T. 

Blanchard. 
Tiank of Yadkin— Yadkinville; Capital, $10,- 

000; President, Ben Shore; Cashier, W. 

A. Hall. 

Lank of Yanceyville — Y:mceyv'lle; Capital, 
$5,000; President, B. S. Graves; Cashier, 

B. K. Lasley. 

Rank of Youngsville — Youngs^-ille; Capital, 
$5,000; President, W. G. Riddick; Cashier, 
L W. MitcheU. 

Bank of Zebulon— Zebulon; Capital, $25,000; 
President, T. J. Horton; Cashier, F. E. 
Bunn. 

National Banks. 

The First National Bank of Charlotte — 
Charlotte; Capital, ?.SOO.O0O; President, 
Hcnrv M. McAden; Ca=hier, H. M. Victor. 

Th" Ciiarlott" National Bank— Charlotte; 
Capital, $125,000; President, B. D. Heath; 
Cashier, W. H. Twitty 

The Commercial National Bank of Char- 
lotte—Charlotte; Capital, $.500,000; Presi- 
dent, R. A. Dunn; ''ashler, Addison G. 
Brenizer. 

The M rcliants and Farmers' National Bank 
of Charlott"— Charlotte; Capital, $200,000; 
Pr-^sident, G. E. Wilson; Cashier, W. C. 
Wilkinson. 

The Concord National Bank — Concord; Cap- 
ital. $100,000; President, D. B. Coltrane; 
Cashier, L. D. Coltrane. 

The First National Brnk of Dunn — Dunn; 
Capital, $25,000; President, D. S. Boykin; 
Cashier, T. C. Young. 

The First National BanI- of Durham — Dur- 
ham; Capital, $150,000; President, J. S. 
Carr; Cashier, W. J. Holloway. 



The Citizens' National Bank of Durham — 
Durham; Capital, $100,000; President, B. 
N. Duke; Cashier, J. B. Mason. 

The First National Bank of Elizabeth City- 
Elizabeth City; Capital, $100,000; Presi- 
dent. Charles H. Robinson; Cashier, Wm. 
I T. Old. 

The Elkin National Bank— Elkin; Capital, 
$25,000; President, R. J. Thurman; Cash- 
ier, A. Chatham. 

The National Bank of Fayetteville — Fay- 
etteville; Capital, $100,000; President, W. 
A. Vanstory; Cashier, A. B. McMillan. 

The First National Bank of Gastonia — Gas- 
tonia; Capital, $100,(00; President, L. L. 
Jenkins; Cashier, S. N. Bo3ce. 

The Citizens' National Bank of Gastonia — 
Gastonia; Capital, .$50,000; President, R. 
P. Rankin; Cashier, A. G. Myers. 

The National Bank of GoHlsborr; — Goldsboro; 
Capital, $.50,000; President, Geo. A. Nor- 
wood, Jr. ; Cashier, G. C. Kornegay. 

The City National Bank of Greensboro — 
Greensboro; Capital, i«]00,000; President, 
W. S. Thomson; Cashier, Lee H. Battle. 

The Greensboro National Bank — Greensboro; 
Capital, $100,000; President, Neil Elling- 
ton; Cashier, Albert iL Alderman. 

The Firet National Bank of Henderson — 
Henderson; Capital, $50,000; President, S. 
R. Han-is; Cashier, S. T. Peace. 

The First National Bank of Hickory — Hick- 
ory; Capital, .$75,000 President, A. A. 
Shuford; Cashier, K C. Menzies. 

Tlie Commercial National Bank of High 
Point— High Point; Capital, $150,000; 
President, J. Elwood Cox; Cashier, R. C. 
Charles. 

The First National Bank of High Point- 
High Point; Capital, $100,000; President, 
Wvatt J. Arnifield; Cashier, W. J. Arm- 
field, Jr. 

The First National Bank of Kings Mountain 
—Kings Mountain; Capital, $;75.000; Presi- 
dent, W. A. Maunr> ; Cashier, R. L. 
Mauney. 

The First National Bank of Laurinburg— i 
Laurinburg; Capital, $25,000; President, 
A. L. James; Cashier, Thos. J. Gill. 

'(he National Bank of Lexington — Lexing- 
ton; Capital, .^25, 0(^0- President, R. L. 
Burkhead; Casliier, J 

Tlie National Bank of 
ton; Capital, $25,000; 
M. Nelstm; Cashier, W. A. Pope. 

The First National Bank of Lincolnton — 
Lincolnton; Capital, $50,00(1; President, 
J. A. Abernethy; Cashier, Claude Ram- 
saur. 

The First National Bank of Louisburg — 
Louisburg; Canital, $25,000; President, R. 
G. Allen; Cashier, P. R. White. 

The First National Bank of Lumberton^ 
Lumberton: Capital, $25,000; President, 
Geo. B. McLeod; Cashier, H. M. McAllis- 
ter, 

"he First National Bank of Marion — Marion; 
Capital, $.30,000; President, W. A. Con- 
ley; CashiT, Geo. I. White. 

The First National Bank of Morganton — 
Morganton; Capital, $35,000; President, 



T. Williamson. 
Lillington — Lilling- 
Preslaent, Richard 



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BAXKS AXD BAXKERS OF NORTH CAROLIXA. 



A. M. Kestler; Cashipr, A. M. Ingold. 

The First National Bank of Mount Airj- — 
Mount Air>-; Capital, S75,0<O; President, 
Thomas Fawcett; Cashier, Geo. D. Faw- 
cett. 

The National Bank of New Bern — New 
Bern; Capital, SIOO.OOC'; PrL-sident, James 
A. Brj-an; Cashier, G. H. Roberts. 

The Shuford National Bank of Newton — 
Newton; Capital, SoO.CKK); President, A. 
A. Shuford; Cashier, A. H. Crowell. 

The First National Bank of Oxford— Oxford ; 
Capital, ?2o,000; President, R. W. Lassi- 
ter; Cashier, W H. Hunt. 

The Citizens" National Bank of Raleigh — 
Raleigh: Capital, S^IOO.OOO; President, 
.Joseph G. Brown; Cashier, Henry E. 
Litchford. 

Th"" First National Bank of Rocky Mount — 
Rocky Mount; Capital, §2-5,000; President, 
W. H. S. Burgwyn; Cashier, P. R. 
Capelle. 

The First National Bank of Salisburv — Salis- 
bury; Capital, 8.51,000: President", W. C. 
Coughcnour; Cashier, W. H. Whit*. 

The First National Bank of Shclbv— Shelby; 
Capita', §100,000; President. Charles Cole- 
man Blanton; Cashier. George Blanton. 

The First National Bank of Statesville — 
Statesville; Capital S100,0(>J; President, 
J. C. In"in; Cashier, E. S. I'egram. 

Th'> First National Bank of Wadesboro — 
Wadssboro: Capital, $.50,000; President, 
•J. D. Leak; Cashier, W. L. Marshall. 

The First National Bank of Washington — 
Washinarton ; Capital, S50,fKXl; President, 
James L. Fowle; Cashier, A. M. Dumay. 

The First National BaJ^k of Wa}"nss%ill9 — 
Wa^Ti-sville; Capital. S2.5,0CO: "President, 
G. W. Mas" in; Cashier. W. T. B'avlock. 

The First National Bank of Weldon— W^^l- 
don; Capital, -525.000; President, Wm. H. 
S. BurgrNvjTi; Cashier, -James T- Gooch- 

The Atlantic National Bank of Wilmington 
—Wilmington; Capital. §125,000; Presi- 
d nt, John S. .\rmstrong; Cashier, J. W. 
"i'atfs. 

The Murchison National BanV: of Wi'ming- 
ton— Wi'mington; Capital, S-500.000; Pres- 
ident, H- C. McQueen; Cashier, C. S. 
Graing'r. 

The First National Bank of Wilson — Wilson; 
Capital, §100,000: Pr»«id°nt, John F. i 
Bruton; Cashier, W. E. Warren. 

l"he Peoples' National Bank of Winston — 
Winston-Salem; Capital, §:300,000; Pres- 
idnt, John W. Fries; Cashier, Wm. A. 
Blair. 

Tlie Wachovia National Bank of Winston — 
Winston-Salem; Capital, §1.50,000; Presi- 

dnt, .las. A. Gray; .\ssistant Cashier, j 
Emory Gray. 

Vhe First National Bank of Asheboro — 
Ash^boro; Capital, §12.500; President, J. 
S. Lewis; Cashier, John M. Neely. 

The Am-^rican National Bank o; Asheville — 
Asheville: Capital. §1-50,000; President, 
Jno. H. Carter; Cashier, R. M. Fitzpat- 
rick. 

Th"» First National Bank of Burlington — 
Burlington; Capital, .'550,00'i: President, I 



J. .\. Davidson; Cashier, A L. Dans. 

I'he First National Bank of Creedmoor — 
CYeedmoor; Capital, §25.000; President, 
J. B. Mason; Cashier, W. B. I.asley. 

Fourth National Bank of Fayetteville — Fay- 
etteville; Capital, §100,000; President, W. 
H. W. Lill.v; Cashier, Jno. O. Ellington. 

The National Bank of -Aiamanct of Graham 
— Graham: Capital, $f.0.00O; President, E. 
M. Armfield; Cashier, Chas. A. Scott. 

The National Bank of Green^-ille — Green- 
ville; Capital, §-50,OoO; President, F. G. 
James; Cashier, F. J. Forbes. 

The First National Bank of Hendorson^ille 
— Henderson\-ille; Capi*-al, §.^0,000; Presi- 
dent, W. .J. Da\-is; Cafhier, K. G. Morris. 

The First National Bank of Jefferson — Jef- 
fereon; Capital, §22, .dW; President, Thos. 
H. Sutherland; Cashier, S. C. Parsons. 

The First National Banl' of Lenoir — I^enoir; 
Capital, §-50.000: President, T. J. Lutz; 
Cashier, O. P. Lutz. 

The County National Bank of Lincolnton — 
Lincolnton; Capital, ?JO,000; President, J. 
M. Rhodes; Cashier, W. E. Grigg. 

'!he First National Bank of Monroe — Mon- 
roe; Capital, §100,000; President, W. C. 
Heath; Cashier, Rosco.- Phlfer. 

Ihe Shelby National Bank of Shelby — 
Shelby; 'Capital, §.50,0i>0; President, 0."L. 
Watts; Cashier, .James T- .Bowman- 

The First National Bank of Tarboro — Tar- 
boro; Capital, §-50,000: President, Geo- A. 
Holdemess; Cashier, Ed. Pennington. 

The First National Bank of Thoma3\-ille — 
Thomasville; Capital, .§15,290; President, 
C. F. Lambeth; Cashier. A. H. Ragan. 

Tlie Southern National Bank of Wi'mington 
—Wilmington; Capital, $200,000; Presi- 
dent, Matt. J. Heyer; Casliier, C. N. 
Evans. 

Savings Banks. 

Southern Loan and Saxings Bank — Char- 
lotte; Capital, §2.5,00(>; President, W. S. 

Alexander; Cashier. W. L. .Jenkins, Jr. 
Rome Savings Bank — Di .ham: Capital, §-50,- 

00; Presid-nt, George W. Watts; Cashier, 

W. W. Wliitted. 
Sa\nnsrs Bank and Trust Co. — Elizabeth 

Citv; Capital, §25.000; President, W. T. 

Old; Cashier, H. G. Kram°r. 
Cumbrr'and Savings and Trust Co. — Fay- 

ftt'\-illp: Capital, s-^i. 000.09: President, 

F. H. Sttdman; Cashier, C. W. Rankin. 
Favett°ville Savings in<1 Tru?t Co. — Fav- 

ttto\-ille; Capital, §18,700; Pr<-sident, W. 

A. Van5tor\-; Cashier. A. A. McKethan- 
Goldsboro Sa^■^ng5 and Trust Co. — Golds- 

boro: Capital, §15,000; President, G. A. 

Norwood, .Jr. : Caship'-, H. C. Smith. 
Home Savings Bank — Greensboro; President, 

C. A. Bray; Cashier, lyre Glenn. 

Granite Savings and Trust Co. — Haw River; 
Capital, §5.000: Presid-nt, B. S. Robert- 
son; Cashier, J. A. Long. 

High Point Savings and Trust Co. — High 
Point; Capital, §25,000; President, S. H. i 
Uilliard: E. L. Raeran. I 

Scot'and Countv Sa\-ingc Bank — Laurinburg; I 
Capital, §10,000: Presiient, A. F. James; ' 



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203 



12,27 4 



Tliat's the sworn Average Daily Ciiciilation of The News and 
Observer from January 1, 19 7 to January 1, 1908. Several 
Thousand Greater than any otlier daily published anywhere in 
North Cai'Olina. Advertisei's Get Results. 



Cashier, Hinton James. 

Crnimeicial and Savings Bank — Lexington; 
Capital, $17,950; President, J. W. Mc- 
Crary; Cashier, J. F. Peadenck. 

Hobcson Count V Loan and Trust Co. — Lum- 
berton; Capital, $10,000; President, A. \V. 
McLean; Cashier, C. H. Morrow. 

Savings, Loan and Trust Co. — Monroe; 
Capital, $25,000; President, R. B. Red- 
wine; Cashier, H. B. Clark. 

O.vford Savings Bank and Trust Co.— O.k- 
ford; Capital, $16,300; President, H. G. 
Cooper; S<:c'y and IVeas., W. T. Yancey. 

Mechanics Savings Bank — Raleigh; Capital, 
$15,000; Pre.sident, Chas. E. Johnson; 
Cashier, Walters Diu-ham. 

Raleigh Savings Baniv — Raleigh; Capital, 
$15,000; President, John T. Pullen, Cash- 
ier, Charles Root. 

Wake County Savings Bank — Raleigh; Capi- 
tal, $15,000; President, T. B. Crowder; 
Cashirr, W. W. Vass 

Richmond County Savings Bank — Rocking- 
ham; Capital, $15,000; President, W. L. 
Parsons; Cashier, W. L. Scales. 

Rocky Jloiuit Savings and Trust Co. — RocKy 



H. 



Mount; Capital, $10,000; President, T. 
Battle; Cashier, F- P. Spruill. 

Southern Savings Bank— Wadesboro; Capi- 
tal, $125,000; Presid nt, J. T. Patrick; 
Cashier, W. M. Morton. 

Savings and Tnist Co.— Washington; Capi- 
tal, $.50,000; President, B. G. Moss; Cash- 
ier, J. A. Wi Hams. 

Atlantic Trust and Banking Co.— Wilming- 
ton; Capital, $50,000. President, M. J. 
Meyer; Cashier, Milton Calder. 

Carolina Savings and Trust Co.— Wi'ming- 
ton; Capital $55,000; President, John S. 
Armstrong; Cashier, J. Holmes Davis. 

Peoples Savings Bank— Wi'mington; Capi- 
tal, $30,000; President, IL C MacQueen; 
Cashier, F. W. Dick. 

^\i;mington Savings and Tru^t Co. — Wil- 
mington; Capital, $25,000; President, J. 
W. Norwood; Cashirr. C. E. Taylor, Jr. 

Wilson Trust and Savings Bank— Wilson; 
Capital, $10,000; President, John F. Bru- 
ton; Cashier, E. T. Barnes. 

private Banks. 

Hugh MacRae & Co.— Wilmington; Capital, 
$10,000. 



Cotton, Silk and Woolen Mills. 



(Abbreviations — Cotton, c; silk, s; wool 
Post-office. Name of Mill. 



Burlington Aurora c 

Burlington Belle view c 

Burlington E. M. Holt Plaid Mills c. 

Bur'ington Elmira ( 

Piu'lington Glencj.' c 

P\u-linKton Glen R:i\en c 

Purlington Hopedalc Mfg Co. c 

Burlington Lakesicle c 

Elon College Altamauaw c 

Elon Co. lege Ossipee t 



Graham Alamar.'e c 

Graham Bellcm' nt c 

Graliam Carolina c 

Graham Leota c 

Graham Oneida c 

Graham Sa.xapaaaiV c 

Graham Sidney c 

Graliam Travora Mfg. Co. c 

Haw River Holt (:;anit° Mfg. Co. c. 

Haw River Trolinv.ciod Mfg. Co. c... 

Snow Camp Dixon Alfg. Co. w 

Swrpsonville Yirgi;,ia c 

Taylor.svillf Litt'e River c 

Lilrdoun Watts Mfg. Co. c 

Stoney Point Stoney Point Mfg. Co. c. 

Wadrsboro Wadesi,' >ro c 

Wad- sboro Wad^sbcro Mfg. Co. s. . . 

Helton H°lton. w 

Asheville Asheville c 



n, w; finishing, f.) 

Capital Secretary, Ti'easurer No. 

Stock. or Owner. Spin'les. 

$ Eugene Holt.. 16,608 

T. Ashley Blythe.... 3.308 

Lvnn B. Williamson 

J.' H. Holt 6.500 

L. Banks Williamson 5,000 

J. E. Gant 3,024 

Lynn B. WilliaTiison.. 6,200 

j! H. Holt 3,500 

Holt, Gant & Holt... 6,500 
Jas. N. Williamson 

& Sons 

Robert S. Mel-ne... 
Robert S. Meh:me. . . 
Robert S Msbanc... 

J. V. Pom-rov.. 1,248 

Robert S. M'banc.... 12,000 
George T. Wi'.liamson 8 200 

.J. L. Scott, Ji 3,136 

W. E. Whit" 3,600 

Jno. A. Tro'inger 20,896 

B. S. Robertson :. 2,912 

T. F. McVey 560 

E. M. Cooke 8,000 

U. L. Alspaugh 820 

J. W. Watts 3,500 



40,000 

210,000 

112,000 

150,000 

60,000 

88,000 



20,000 

61), Of 10 
30,000 

10S,6fl() 
40,000 
60.000 

430,500 

30,(100 

7,200 

100,000 



4,500 
2, .500 
.7,000 
8,000 



60,000 

60,400 J. W. Hathcock 7,760 

60 400 Russ'll Muvrav 15,000 

15 000 Hortbert Littlewood. 300 

2.")0,000 F. W. Cone 10,112 



No. 
L'ms. 
748 
146 
140 
450 
325 
100 

141 
320 

354 
125 
200 
150 
1.36 
650 
200 
150 
l:''5 
SS3 
144 

13 
300 

24 
104 



2 

450 



204 



COTTON, SILK AND WOOLEN MILLS. 



Post-office. 



Namp of Mill 



Asheville E^k M.ir.ntain c 

Weavcrville Recni-. Creek w 

Morganton Alpin. , Nos. ] and 2 c... 

llilcl, l)ran Henry P;ver Mfg. Co. c... 

Concord Brown Mfg. Co. c 

Concord Cabanus c 

Concord Cannon Mfg. Co. c 

Concord Kerr Bag Mfg. Co 

Concord Franklin, c 

Concord Gibson Mfg. Co. c 

Concord Hanovci Mfg. Co. c 

Concord Edgcm?re Mfg-. Co. c 

Concord Odell Mfg. Co. c 

Concord Young-rJartse.l M. lis Co. c. 

Jit. Pleasant Tuscani-a, c 

Mt. Pleasant W. R. Kindley, c 

Lowell Dowell Mfg. Co 

Granite Falls Granite Falls 

Grainte Falls Double Shoals, c 

Lenoir Hudson Cotton Mfg. Co. c. 

Lenoir Moore 

Lenoir Lenoir, c 

Lenoir Whitnel Cotton Mfg. Co. c 

Patterson Gwyn-Iiarper MfgCo. c.&w. 

niiodiss Rhodis^ Alfg. Co. c 

Brookford Brookf)id, c 

Hickorj' Ivey, c 

Long Iland L'^ng Island, c 

JIaiden Maiden c 

Jlaiden Providence, c 

Maiden Union, c 

Monbo Monbo, c 

Newton Catawba, c 

Newton C^yde, c 

Newton Newton, c 

Newton Ridgeview, c 

Newton Catawba, w 

Pittsboro J. M. Odell Mfg. Co. c... 

Siler City Hadloy-Peoples Mfg Co. c. . 

Edenton Edenton, c 

IVouble Shoals Double Shoals, c 

Kings Mountain. .Bonnie 

Kings Mountain . .Johns Mfg. Co 

Lawndale Cleve'an'j and Power Co. 

2 mills, c 

Shelby Belmont, c 

Shelby Lily Jiiil & Power Co. c. 

Shelby El'a Mfg. Co 

Siielby Shelby, c 

Stubbs _. Buffalo Mfg. Co. c 

Cumberland Cumberland Mills, c 

Manchester Manchester, c 

I'Tvetteville Ashley & Bailey Co., s... 

Nos. 1 & 2.! 

Fayetteville HoH-Moigan. c 

Fayetteville Holt-WiUiamson Mfg. Co. o 

Fayetteville LakevicA Mfg. Co. c 

Fayetteville Tolar, ITart & Holt, c 

Fayetteville Victory Mfg. Co 

Hope Mills '...Hope Mills Mfg. Co. 

1, 2. 3, 4, c 

Raeford Raeford Power & Mfg. Co. 

I.e.xington Nokomis, c 

Lexington Wennonah, 1 & 2, c 

Coo'ermee Erwin, ,\o. 3, c 

Durham Commonwealth, c 

Durham Gold-n Belt Mfg. Co. c 

West Durham .... Erwin, c 

East Durham Durham Cotton Mfg. Co. c 



Capital 
Stock. 
225,000 
9,800 
150,000 
no, 000 
100,000 
500,000 

eoo.ooo 



170,000 

493,000 

15,000 

£5,000 

?97,500 

100,000 

44,400 

43,500 

.500,000 

65,000 

i 00, 000 

80,000 

150,000 

100,000 

70,000 

300,000 

183,500 

125,000 

50,000 

44,000 

87,500 

119,200 

90,000 

60,000 

32,000 

150,000 

100,000 

2,000 

66,700 

30,000 

100,000 

50,000 

99,000 

100,000 

100,000 

60,000 

125,000 

156,066 

42,400 

125,000 



50,000 
225,700 
125.000 

50,000 
1.38,000 



Secretary, Treasurer No. 

or Owner Spin'les. 

G. D.'venish 

H. Wright 210 



D 

J. 

J. 

D. 

R. 

M. 

J. 

W. 

E. 

E. 

L. 



E. Erwin 10,440 

W. Aderholdt 8,000 

A. Brown 7,780 

L. Cannon 28,000 

W. Cannon, Jr... 27,000 

R. Odell 

C. Cannon 6,000 

C. r>arnhardt 16,740 

W. Brandon 2,040 

L. W. Brandon 

Cae.sar Cone, R^c 45,000 

J. L. Hartsell 10,750 

Paul Barringer 2,880 

W. A. Kindlp.-s 4,000 

Jas. R. Wilson 

A. A. Shuford 4,000 

D. H. Warlick 4,000 

J. L. Nelson 5,323 

M. G. Shearer 5,000 

J. L. Nelson 6,700 

J. L. N-lson 

James Harper 1,800 

Geo. B. Hiss 15,000 

A. A. Shuford 21,000 

A. A. Shuford 7,700 

George H. Brown.. 3.000 

L. A. Carpenter 2 280 

D. M. Carpenter 6,500 

J. A. Foil 11,000 

Samuel Turner 4,080 

J. P. Yount 3,000 

R. B. Knox 5,120 

C. Smith 8,000 

H. Phillips 2,500 

P. Pliillips 108 

L. London 7,000 



No. 

L'ms. 

84 

4 



200 
542 
996 



517 
40 

1,266 



J. 

L. 

E. 

W. 

J. 

W. 

E. 

W. 

C. 

J. 
A. 
J. 
J. 
J. 
S. 
J. 

w. 
J. 

L. 
E. 
T. 
E. 



C. Grgson 3,500 

O. Elliott 13.000 

A. Morgan 3,000 

A. Mauney 8,320 

Rhodes...." 5,000 

F. Sch-nck 5.576 

W. McMurry 3,700 

H. Ramsaur 5,000 

R. Dover 

C. Smith 8,.500 

N. Lattim',ve 3,100 

Frederic Hn.ston. 4,104 
G. Robertson....^ 

J. Bailey 15,000 

A. Williamson 10,000 

H. Williamson 9,776 

W. Trogderi 5,000 

W. Noley 14 592 



40 

460 
.500 
200 



250 



349 
434 



235,000 C. L. Pembert..n 25,000 800 

462,000 W. C. Houston 13,088 1,000 

100,000 W. J. Upchuvch 5,016 ... 

190,000 J. T. Lowe... 14,400 356 

190,000 C. A. Hunt. Jr 11,853 449 

1,000,000 W. A. Erv.-;n 47.360 1,296 

125,000 John A. Pugh 712 

700,000 Charles A. Mo.r.-e.... 26.496 640 

4.000,000 W. A. Erwin 2.5,088 903 

.300,000 J. Harper Erwin 25,-544 820 



COTTON. SILK AND WOOLEN MILLS. 



205 



Post-office. 



Name of Mill. 



East Dlirham Pearl, r 

Tarboro Fountain, c. 

Tarboro Tarboro c. 

Winston-Salem. . .Arista, o 

Kernersville 

Winston-Salem. . 
Winston-Salem. . 
Franklinton 



.Crews Mfg. Co. vv 

.Southside, c 

.Fries, w&c 

.Ster.in.-, c 

Belmont Chronicle, Nos. 1&2, c 

Belmont Imperia; 

Belmont Majestic, c 

Cessemtr City Bessemer City, c 

Bessemer City. ...Crescent, c 

Besscm.r City Soutlnrn, c 

Bcsscm r City Vcrmoni c 

Bessemer Citj' Whetstone, c 

Bessemer City. . ..Smith Mfg. Co. c 

Cherryville Ch-.rrv. ille Mtg. Co. e 

Cherryville Gaston Mfg. Co. c 

Cherryville Howel! Mfg. Co. c 

Clisrryville Vivian, c 

Clierryville Melvill.-. Mfg. Co. c 

Dalas Dallas, c 

Dallas Monarch, c 

Gastonia Arlington, c 

Gastonia Avon, c 

Gastonia Holland Mfg. Co 

Gastonia Clara Mfg. Co 

Gastonia Flint Mfg. Co 

Gastonia Dunn Mtg. C.>. c 

Gastonia Gastonia Mfg. Co. c 

Gastonia Gray Mfg. Co. c 

Gastonia Loray, c 

Gastonia Mod na c . , 

Gastonia Morowebb, c 

Gastonia Ozark (■ 

Gastonia Spencer 

Gastonia Trenton, c 

'High Shoals High ?hoa's Mfg. Co. c. 

Rings Mountain. .Kings Jlountain Mfg. Co. c 

Kings Mountain. .Lula Mfg. Co. c 

K'ngs Mountain. .Dilling, c 

Kings Mountain. .Cora, o 

Lowell Lowell, c 

Lowell Spencer IMountain, c 

Lowell Pecrl ess Mfg. Co 

McAdensville McAden. No. 1. 2, & 3, c. 

Mountain I-land. .Kno.^c Net and Twine Co... 

Mount Hol'y Nims Mfg. Co. c 

>Tount Holly Tuckasei gee Mfg. Co. c 

Mount Holly Mount Holly, c 

Mount Holly Woodlawn Mfg. Co 

Moimt Holly Albion, c 

FhiPipsburg Crowdei Mountain, c 

Sranly Stanley Creek, c 

Worth Harden Mfg. Co. c 

Lowell Mayes Mfg. Co 

Oxford Oxford, c 

Gibsonville G' m 

Gibsonville Minneola, c 

Greensboro Cou'ter & Lowry Co. f 

Greensboro Proximity, c 

Groensboro Rovoleinon, c 

Greensboro White Oak, c 

High Point Stphle & Co. s 

J.'tmestown Oakdale c 

Kernersville Mt. Pleasant A'lg. Co. c 

Fimesville Kimtsville Mfg. Co 



Capital 
Stock. 
175,000 
114,900 
104,450 
325,200 
14,000 

325,666 
100,000 
100,000 
175,000 
250,000 
200,000 



Secretary, Treasurer No. 

or Owner. Spin'les. 

J. Harper Ervvin 10,336 

John A. Weddell 6,524 



275,000 

80,000 

30,000 

50,000 

68,800 

12(1,200 

50,000 

35,000 

80,000 

65,700 

65,000 

175,000 

200,000 

50,000 

100,000 

150,000 

100,000 

200,000 

175,000 

J,. 501, 000 

180,000 

100,000 

200,000 



124,800 

295,000 

175,000 

14S 000 

175,000 

100,000 

100,000 

105,000 

75.000 

400,000 

90,500 

74,7.50 

40,000 

.50,000 

100,000 

50,000 

60,000 

34,450 

12,0nO 

200,000 

175,000 

200,000 
l.-^O.OOO 
500,000 
.S00,000 



J. M. Jones 

B. J. Pfohl 

J. W. Crews 

B. J. Pfohl 

F. & H. Fries 

A. H. Vann 

R. L. Stowe 

R. L. Stowe 

S. P. Stowe 

J. A. Smith 

C. E. Whitney 

Caesar Cone, Kec 

L. L. Jenkins 

L. L. Jenkins 

J. A. Smith 

D. A. Rudisill 

D. P. McClurd 

A. H. Huss 

D. R. Maunov 

M. L. Rudisill. 

R. S. Lewis 

R. S. Lewis 

G. W. Ragan 

Robert A. Love 

B. M. Holland 

C. B. Armstrong 

L. F. Grovi'S 

C. B. Armstrong..., 

W. W. Glenn , 

J. H. Separk 

A. E. Moore 

H. B. Moore 

H. B. Moore 

R. P. Rankin 

W. T. Love 

J. K. Dixon , 

T. M. Constable 

W. A. Mauney 

P. S. Baker 

C. A. Dillinar 

O. G. Falls 

S. M. Robinso. 1 

W. T. Love 

S. M. Robinson 

Robert R. Ray 

Joseph E. Tate 

C. E. Hutchinson 

A. C. Linebcrgcr. . . , 

A. P. Rhvne 

J. M. Holand 

A. P. Rhyne 

P. S. Baker , 

E. L. Pegram , 

O. D. Carpenter 

L. A. Dodsworth. 

J. L. Erwin , 

Lawrence Holt 

.J. A. Davidson 

H. H. Lowry 

Bernard AL Cone... 

H. Sternberger 

Bernard M. Cone... 



13,200 

5,184 

576 

10,752 

864 

6,448 

5,000 

10,316 

10,000 
9,000 



16,000 
5,000 



5,820 
11,656 



21,500 
5,000 
7,000 
5,000 
9,568 

10,160 

5,'666 
5,472 
5,000 
9,.S00 

10,240 
5,700 

17,536 
6,720 

10,000 



100,000 William G. Rag^.dale, 

60,000 R. D. White 

W. H. Ragan 



8,448 

11,232 
4,992 

10,000 
. 8,6.36 

10,560 
9,200 
4,368 
5,040 

25,000 
9,400 
4,800 
4,992 
2,000 
5,040 
2,800 
3,952 
4,160 
4,160 
6,384 
6,120 
4,992 

13,000 

20,666 

30,000 

60.000 

15,.352 

5,344 

2,000 



No. 

L'ms. 

238 

200 
200 

12 
168 

50 



414 

466 
96 
48 



192 

'88 
366 

247 

1,660 
216 

476 
366 

366 



121 



512 

1,165 

808 

1,250 



101 



2C6 



COTTON, SILK AND WOOLEN MILLS. 



Post-office. 



Name oi Mill. 



Greensboro Pomona c 

Roanoke Rapids. .Roanok^ Mills Co. c 

Rosemary Res marj' Mfg: Co. c 

AVeldon Balfour, c 

Weidon Shaw, c 

Scotland Neck .. .Scotland Neck, c 

Duk> Erwin No. 2,c 

Zirconia Green River iVfg. Co. e... 

Slooresvillc Mooresville, c 

SUitrsvi le Bloomfeld Mfg. Co. c. . . , 

Statesville Statesville, c 

Statesville Paola, c- 

Turn rsburg Turn^rsburg, c , 

C'ayton Clayton, c , 

S Inia Se'ma, c 

S^'nia Lizzie, c 

Smithfield Smithfi;ld, c , 

Kinston Kinstor, c 

Kmston Caswell, c 

Linco'nton Daniel Mfg. Co. c 

Lincolnton Elm Grove, c 

Lincolnton Indian Creek Mfg. Co. c. 

Lincolnton .John Riidisill Mfg. Co. c. 

Linco'nton Laboratory, c 

Lincolnton Pirdniont. c 

Linco'nton Rhods Mfg. Co 

Linco'nton Wampum, c 

Long Shoa s Long Shoa's, c 

Southside Lincoln, c 

Stanlv Maripo-a, c 

Ma~shall Capitola Mfg Co. c 

Charott? Athprton. c 

Charlotte Barnhardt Mfg. Co. c 

Charlotte Calvine Mfg Co. c 

Char'otte Chadwick Mfg. Co. c 

Charlotte Charlott?, c 

Char'otte Cliar'ott° Cordage Co. c 

Charlott" Continental, c 

C havlotte Crowli=-y, c 

Char'otte Dov -r, c 

Char'otte Flizab- th. c 

Charlotte Fid'litv M'g. Co. c 

Charlotte Hisrbland Park Mfg. Co. c. 

Char'ott^ Hosk'ns. c 

Charlo+t-^ Lonis". c 

Char'otte Mao'noii.'!, c 

Ci rn I'us Co n Ins c 

Davidson Lin e'en M'g. Co. c 

Diintrsville Anchor, e 

Charlotte M ckl nl.urg M'g. Co. c. 

P'scoe Francis, c 

Troy Cap^r-ie, c 

Troy Smitl^rman, c 

Cameron Came.nn, c 

High Falls Hirh Fal's Mfg. Co 

Jon sbn-o C'ark Mfg. Co. c 

.Tnn"=boro Fug n'a Alfg. Co. c 

San'ord Sanford, c 

Rockv Mount Rockv Mount, c 

Vi'm-n-'ton F/'lsrado c 

i Wi'mipgton Wilmington, c 

Chan-1 Ilil 1 Alb-rta. e 

Hri=boro Eno, c 

Hi'lsbo-o Bpllevn- Mfg. Co 

K i^ab'th City . . .Fli/ith- th City, c 

Roxboi-o Roxbo.o c 

Kcxboro LonThur^t. c 

Cedar Falls C'-da; Fa'ls Mfg. Co. c... 

•"entral Fals ... .Worth Mfg. Co., No. 2, c. 



Capital 

Stock. 

214.000 

408,600 

27,300 

i66,'oo6 



25,000 
200,000 
106,900 
175,000 
110,000 

20,000 
200,000 

90,000 

81,200 
100,000 

:■ 60,666 
100,000 

46,700 
18,150 

56,606 

100.000 

160,000 

99,900 

85,000 

54,0t0 

65 000 

175,000 

24,400 

2::0,000 

1.34,000 

192,100 

40,000 

1.^10,000 

50,000 

1?4,300 

]( '0.000 

5"O.O00 

.'•no. 000 

."59,000 

Rnn_noo 

125,000 

48,600 

90,000 

K4,000 

2r,n,nflo 

150,000 

40,800 

7:i 000 

11.200 

2.'=!,966 

1 10", 750 

^.72 5'10 
?"5.000 
2.''6,000 
75.000 
108 000 

166.006 
180,000 

166,666 



Secretary, Treasurer No. No. 

or Owner. Spin'les. L'ms. 

A. L. Bain 20,000 330 

S. F. Patterson 15,904 600 

S. P. Pattersor 16,640 416 

W. B. Tillery 

R. S. Travis 50 

A. McDowell 

W. T. Shaw 35,000 1,024 

J. 0. Bell 7,500 

S. M. Goodman 30,400 965 

H. A. Vount 5,300 

T. D. Miller 9,600 180 

N. B. Duke 5,000 

Stimpson & Steel 1,600 

J. M. Turley 10,240 

Tliomas T. Candler. 5,280 

L. D. Debnam 

F. K. Broadhurst 10,000 

J. F. Tavlor 12,000 

W. D. LaRoque, Jr 

A. M. Hoke 10,000 

R. S. Reinhardt 6,600 

S. A. Maunev 2,704 

J. M. Rob-rts" 1,664 

D. E. Rhyne 

R. E. Costn^i 2,300 

D. P. Rhodes 5,000 

R. S. A'oernethy 1,200 

W. A. Maunev 9,360 

D. E. Rhvne." 6,656 

R. H. Morrison 3,200 

Dudlev CTiiplev 9,000 

T. M. Constab'e 10,000 

Thomas M. Barnnardt 

H. C. Dwelle 13,136 360 

E. C. Dwjlle 13,000 380 

D. W. Gates 10,000 250 

M. B. S-xton 2,020 144 

J. H. McAdn 15,000 

Jno. H. Crowlev 100 

E. C. Dwelle 13,000 380 

R. M. Miller, Jr 12,000 

E. L. Sarg?nt 10,000 

J. L. Sp-ncer 38 000 1,550 

E. C. Dwplle 25 600 580 

E. C. Dw-lle 25.000 552 

A. C. Snmmerville.. 6 150 

P. W. Stough 5,500 200 

F. J. Knox 7.072 

C. W. Johnston 5,000 4-50 

AVm. Co'eman 15,000 300 

A. W. E. Caoel 768 

.L G. Tomlinson 5,000 

A. W. E. Capel 5,000 216 

C. H. Tfasrne 1,500 

T. N. Woodv 

David Clark 101 

DavH Cark 3 sno 

J. R. Jones 10,944 350 

Thomas H. Battle... 26,000 

J. W. Wi liamson.... 10,.3O4 424 

H. M. Chase 6.284 432 

T. F. Llovd 10.000 

Jam-s H. W-bh 20,000 400 

T. Norfleet W"bb 

Jam"s G. Gregory 10,000 

G. O. Coble....' 12,200 

G. O. Coble 

O. R. Cox 4,352 l.?6 

J. E. Williamson 200 186 



COTTON, SILK AND WOOLEN MILLS. 



207 



Post-offlce. 



Name of Mill. 



Coleridge Enterprise Mfg. Co. c 

Fianklinvllle Franklinville Mfg. Co. c . 

Fianklinville Randolph Mfg. Co. c 

I'amseur Columbia Mfg. Co., c 

Randltnian Naomi Falls Mfg. Co. c... 

RandK-man PlaidNille Mfg. Co 

I'andkman Randleman Mfg. Co. c 

Worthvi.le Worth Mfg. Co. No. l,c... 

Rockingham Great Falls Mfg. Co. c 

Rockingham Hannah Pickett, c 

Rockingham Leak, Wall 4 McRae, c... 

Rockingham Lcdbett'^r Mfg. Co., c 

Rockinghnm Pee Dee Mfg. Co., c 

Rockingham Roberdel Mfg. Co., c 

Rockingham Steele's, e 

Lumherton Lumbn'.ton, c 

Lumberton Dresden^ c 

Lumherton National Cotton Mills Co. c. 

St. Paul's St. Paul, c 

I eaksville Ltaksville, w 

Ma.vodan Avalon, c 

Draper German- American Co , 

Mayodan Mayo, c 

Heidsville Edna, c 

Spray Leaksville, c 

Spray Lily, c 

Spray Morehead, c 

Spray Nantucket, c 

Spray Rhode Island, c 

Spray Spray, c 

Spray Spray, w 

Spray American Warehouse Co. . 

(hina Grove Patterson Mfg. Co., c 

I.andis Linn Mills Co., c 

Salisbury Kesler Mfg. Co., c 

Salisbury Salisbury, c 

Sa isbury Vance, c 

Fonst City Floren'-e. c 

Caroleen Henrietta, c 

Carol en Caroleen, c 

Cliffside Cliffside, c 

Puthcrfordton. . . .Le\'i. c 

Laurinburg Dickson, c 

Laurinburg Scotlann, c 

E more Ida Yarn Mills, c 

E.more Richmond, o 

Elmore Springfxld, c 

Alb!mar'e Eflrd Mtg. Co., c 

.Mhmarle Wiscass.'tt. c 

Norwood Norwood Mfg. Co., c... 

Nfw London Tuck r « Carter Rope Co 

Elkin Chatham Mfg. Co., w 

Mt. .\iry Mt. Airy, c 

Pi'ot Mountain. . .Pilot Mountain, c 

Mt. Airy Laurel Bluff, c 

Mt. .^irj- Alpine, w 

Hazel Hazelhurst, c 

Hrnvard Transylvania, c 

Monroe Monroe, c 

Monroe Everett, c 

Monroe Ic'mor>e, c 

\\ nxhaw Rodman-Heath, c 

H-^nd rson, Harriet, c 

Hendrson Henderson, c 

RaVigh Cara'eigh MiPs Co., c... 

Ilal'^iffh Nuse River, c 

Raleigh Pilot, c 



Capital Secretary, Treasurer No. No. 

Stock. or Owner. Spin'les. L'ras. 

25,000 Robert L. Cavtness. . 3,800 

80,000 Hugh Parks. Ir. . . . 3,472 90 

90,000 Hugh Parks, Jr 6,064 204 

80,000 W. H. Watkins 11,072 340 



108,550 S. Bryant 6,000 

S. G. Newlin 

250,000 S. Bryant 10,00 

200.000 .1. E. Williamson 10,000 

100,000 Claude Gore 8,160 

200,000 W. B. Cole 10,000 

150,000 F. W. Leak 8,000 

25,000 H. D. Ledbctter 2,736 

."75,000 George P. Entwistle 15,456 

187,500 J. LuGrand Everett.. 16,436 

225,000 Robert A. Johnson... 23,296 

175,000 H. B. .Jennings 18,016 

H. B. Jennings 

110.000 A. P. McAllister 6,240 

110,000 A. R. McEachern 

1.50.000 Gilliam Grissom 1,500 

200,000 W. C. Ruffin... 18,120 

350.000 B. Frank Mcbane 13,000 

300,000 W. C. Ruffin 31,640 

135,000 J. B. Pipkin 25,300 

130,0(X) W. R. Walker 3,500 

68,000 J. S. McAlister 3,600 

l.-^S.OOO W. R. Wa ker 12,750 

221,800 J. S. McAlister 11,616 

125,000 Lawrence MoRae 10,000 

135,000 W. R. Walker 24,240 

100,000 A. E. Mi liner 2,490 

F. M. Ellett, Jr 

300,000 W. J. Swink 11, .376 

65,100 C. J. Deal 5,184 

227,000 C E. Stevenson 23,088 

250,000 O. D. Davis 20,096 

100,000 E. B. Ntave 10,000 

-'50.000 S. B. Tanner 15,000 

675,000 D. H. J nkins 75,000 

S. B. Tanner 

250,000 R. R. Havnes 20,000 

(12.000 M. Levi 6,480 

150,000 G. F. Avinger 1,500 

80.000 G. F. Avinger 10,000 

60,000 M. M. Morgan 4,400 

51.000 M. M. Morg.an 2,500 

45,000 M. M. Morgan 2,800 

200,000 J. S. Efird 17,000 

483,200 J. F. Cannon 50,000 

00.000 D. B. Coltranp 14,848 

75,000 John J. Tucker 

.350.000 T. M. LillarJ 4,000 

F. H. Chamberlain 

F. H. Chamberlain 

J. L. Brown 

14,000 W. L. Allred 384 

10,000 J. 0- Gant 2,040 

75,000 C. M. Cooke, Jr 4,000 

128.000 W. C. Heath 8,.320 

5.300 J. L. Everett 2,500 

125 000 J. L. Everett. 5.000 

50,000 J. L. Rodman 6,256 

i'f-O.nOO J. A. Moore 28.776 

240.000 J. D. Ros- 22,848 

150,000 F. 0. Moring 10,816 

125,000 A. E. Escott 8.000 

A. V. D. Smith 7.710 



317 

718 
434 
239 

200 

704 
722 
600 



40 

300 

552 
624 
270 
2011 
740 
150 

"eo 

158 

306 
590 

400 
1,876 

850 



250 
90 



10 
150 



216 
436 
2.56 
325 



208 



KNITTING MILLS. 



Post-office. 



Name of Mill. 



Raleigh Raleigh, c , 

Wake Forest Roval, c 

Goldsboro Borden Mfg. Co., No.l&2, 

Wilson Wilson, c 



Capital 

Stock. 

157,000 

148,000 

150,000 

100,000 



Secretary, Treasurer No. No. 

or Owner. Spin'les. L'ms. 

A. E. Escott 15,200 

R. E. Royall 7,264 186 

P. L. Borden 16,000 

W. M. Farmer 6,080 



Knitting Mills 



Post-office. 



Name of Mill. 



Burlington Burlingtcn 

Burlington Daisy 

Haw River Regina 

Washington Tlielma 

Drexel Drexel 

Valdese Waldenstan 

Newton Newton 

Fayctteville Algodrn 

Lexington Yadkin 

Durham Chatham 

Durham Durham 

Tarboro Runnymede 

Tarboro Wah-Ree 

Kernersvillo American 

I»ernersville Crews Mfg. Co 

Kernersville Lowtv 

Kernersville Mctor 

Winston-Salem. . ..Carolina 

Winston-Salem Maline , 

Winston-Salem P. H. Hanes 

Winston-Salem Shamrock 

High Point Durham No. 3 

High Point High Point 

Scotland Neck Crescent 

Scotland Neck Scotland Neck 

Weldon Weldon Mfg. Co 

Flat Rock Ti-ident 

Statesville Bradford 

fitatesville Statesville 

Selma Selma 

Kinston Orion 

Rcepsville Indian Creek 

Chapel Hill Blanch Hosiery Mills.... 

Elizabeth City Elizabeth 

Elizabeth City Elizeth City Hosiery Co., 

Greenville Commercial 

I.vnn Tryon 

Kandleman Randlcman 

Albemarle Lillian 

Albemarle Wiscassett 

Henderson Balfour 

Raleigh Martin 

Raleigh Melrose 

Kaleigh Raleigh 

/'-.ebulon Zebulon 

Littleton Littleton 

A'aughan Vaughan 

Goldsboro Goldsboro 



Capital 


Secretary, Treasurer 


No. No. 


Stock. 


or Owner. 


Spin. Mchns. 


S265,000 


D. E. Sellers.. 


81 


12,350 


J. M. Browning 


70 


2,000 


W. H. Cheldrey 


22 




J. E. Kennett 


35 


3,606 


P. E. Berry 


31 


10,000 


F. Garron 


46 




D. J. Carpenter 


312 


50,000 


Jno. 0. Graharp 


74 


1,500 


F. N. Patterson ... 


42 


9,000 


W. T. Cole 


49 


500,000 


C. McD. Carr 


. 16,160 1,025 


120,000 


AV. S. Howard 


210 


40,000 


S. Wilson 


SO 


50,000 


Jno. G. Kerner 


125 


30,000 


J. W. Crews 


576 2 


8,000 


J. W. Lowrej' 


26 


10,000 


D. Leak 


.58 


15,000 
100,000 


P. R. Green 


100 


W. J. Peterson .... 


105 


100,000 


P. H. Hanes, Ji 


145 


63,000 


A. S. Hanes 


200 


37,500 


W. F. Carr 


77 


17,500 


J. H. Adams 


156 


10,000 


Chas. L. McDowell.. 


80 


58,285 


J. S. Bowers.. 


260 


72,850 


W. A. Pierce 


. 2,808 70 


16,000 


A. L. Bassett 


50 


25,000 


J. A. Bradford 


20 


125,000 


H. L. MacCall 


46 


16,000 


R. M. Howell 


.51 


38,000 


J. F. Taylor 


170 


3,000 


D. J. B am 

I. W. Pritchard 


12 


36,000 


P. H. Wi.liams 

P. H. William.-^ 


105 


36,666 


W. H. Dail, ,Tr 


18 


60,000 


E. C. Wilcox, .-r... 


206 


27,700 


A. N. Bulla 


50 


35,000 


A. L. Patterson 


81 


483,200 


J. F. Cannon 


254 


30,000 


R. D. Johnson 


110 




J. B. Martin 


102 


25,666 


J. S. Wynne 


77 


29,300 


S. A. Ashe, .Ir 


76 


8,100 


W. H. Edwards 


26 


20,000 


L. Vinson 


68 


10,000 


R. S. Spiers 


92 


30,000 


A. U. Kornegay 


62 



12,274 



That's the sworn Average Daily Circulation of The News and \ 
Observer from January 1, 1907 to January 1, 1908. Several 
Thousand Greater than any other daily published anywhere in 
North Carolina. Advertisers Get Results. 



FURNITURE P^ACTORIES. 



t09 



Furniture Factories. 



Town. Name of factory. Capital Stock. Pres., Owner or Mgr. 

M(bane Continintal Chair Co ? 18,100.00 L. Puryear 

\fcbane Mebane Iron Bed Co 9,000.00 S. Arthur White 

Mebane Nelson-Cooper Lumber <fc 

Furniture Company 6,900.00 P. L. Cooper 

Mebane White Furniture Co 100,000.00 W. E. White 

lilesville Jas. H Ingram 5,000.(JO , ...Jas. H. Ingram 

Drexel Drexe' Furniture Co 75,000.00 A. M. Kistler 

Morganton Morganton Furniture Co... 53,300.00 J. MacNaughton 

Concord Yorke Furniture Co 46,000.00 B. E. Harris 

Lenoir Chiles-McCall Fur. Co.... 18,100.00 J. M. Chiles 

Lf-noir Harpei- BXirniture Co G. F. Harper 

lenoir Kent Furniture Co 23,000.00 A. A. Kent 

Lenoir Moore Furniture Co 30,000.00 F. P. Moore 

Ilickorv Hickory Fiirniture Co 32,800.00 K. C. Menzies 

Ore Hill Ore Hi'' Mfg Co 5,000.00 Jno. R. Lane 

Murphv Murphv Furniture Co 40,000.00 Jno. E. Fain 

Lexington American Furniture Co.. .. 16,000.00 .J. N. Mendenhall 

Lexington Crowell Furniture Co 10,000.00 D. F. Conrad 

1 exington Dixie Furniture Co 28,800.00 E. J. Buchanan 

Lexington Elk Fuvniture Co 50,000.00 Zeb V. Walser 

] exington Lexin<!:*^on Metal Bed Co.. 12,000.00 J. W. Crowell 

Lexington Lexingicn Uphol. Co 7,500.00 W. H. Walker 

Lexington Oneid.a Cliair Co 31,566.66 C. A. Hunt, Jr. 

Thomasville Cramer Furniture Co 50,000.00 Jno. T. Cramer 

'I'liomasville Lambeth Furniture Co.... 14,000.00 R. L. Lambeth 

Thomasville Queen Furniture Co 12,900.00 J. A. Green 

Thomasville Standai.' Chair Co 70,000.00 C. F. Lambeth 

lliomasville Thomysdlle Chair Co 25,000.00 Jno. T. Cramer 

Thomasville Thomasville Furniture Co. 14,000.00 F. S. Lambeth 

Mocksville Mocksville Oiair Co 15,000.00 E. L. Gaither 

Mocksville Mocksville Furniture Co... 21,800.00 T. B. Bailey 

Kernersville Kernersville Fur. Mfg. Co. 35,000.00 W. S. Linville 

Winston-Salem... .Forsyth Chai- Co .50,000.00 Chas. 

.Forsvth Furniture Co 50,000.00 Chas. 

.Forsvth Iron Bed Co 19,000.00 Chas. 

.Forsvth Mfg. Co 50,000.00 H. 

.Oakland Mfg Co 05,000.00 W. 



Winston-Salem. . 
^Vinston-Salem. . 
Winston-Salem. . 
Hin.ston-Salem. . 



Siewers 
Siewers 
Siewers 
E. Fries 
O. Hill 



Winston-Salem Salem Parlor Fur. Co 10,000.00 Ralph Siewers 

Oxford Oxford Furniture Co 40,(XX).00 J. C. Homer 

r.ibsonville Overman Ch.air Co 3.500.00 T. H. Overman 

Greensboro Gate City Fur. Mfg. Co. .. 100,000.00 C. W. Jennings 

Greensboro Greensboro Fur. Mfg. Co.. 100,000.00 J. W. Fry 

Greensboro Greensboro Table Co jOO,000.00 E. P. Wharton 

High Point Alma Furniture Co 10,000.00 J. P. Redding 

High Point Best Chair Co 12,300.(X) J. T. Best 

High Point Columbia Furniture Co... 50,000.00 W. H. Ragan 

High Point Contmrntal Furniture Co. 80,000.00 Fred N. Tate 



15,000.00 R. F. Dalton 

.50,000.00 E. A. Snow 

175,000.00 J. Elwood Cox 

20,000.00 S. H. Tomlinson 

9,000.00 A. Sherrod 



Kigh Point Dalton Furniture Co 

High Point Eagle Furniture Co 

High Point Globe Home Fur. Co 

tligh Point Globe Parlor Fur. Co... 

High Point High Point Chair Co 

High Point High Point Hardwood 

Mfg. Co R. H. Maxwell 

High Point High Point Metallic Bed 

Company 30,000.00 J. H. Millis 

High Point High Po'nt Furniture Co. . 1.50,000.00 M. J. Wrenn 

Kigh Point Kcarns Furniture Co 77,000.00 E. M. Armfield 

High Point Kearns Upholstering Co. . . 3,500.00 G. H. Keams 

High Point Kitchii Cabinet and Table 

Company 4,500.00 A. J. Dodamead 

High Point Lindsay Chair Co 30,000.00 W. C. Jones 

High Point MjTtle Desk Co 30,000.00 H. W. Fraser 

High Point Marsh Furniture Co 24,000 00 , J. W. Harris 

High Point Southern CTiair Co 22,000.00 E. A. Snow 

High Point Standard Furniture Co 16,000.00 0. N. Richardson 



High Point Smith Furniture Co.... 



.30,900.00 



, ..J. L. Ferguson, Jr. 



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■no 



INCORPORATED TOWNS AND MAYORS. 



Il'gh Point Tate Furniture Co 

I'.igh Point TomIin?nn Ciiair Co 

High Point Union Furniture Co 

High Point Victor Chair Co 

High Point Welsh FumitiTs Co 

Dunn Newberry Bros. & Co well . 

V.'aynesville Hazelwood Mfg. Co 

\''aynesville Unagiista Mfg. Co 

Vayncsville Wayncsville Fur. Co 

Wayncsville Waynesville Wood Mfg. Co 

Scatcsville Atha Chair Co 

States\-ille Imperial Fur. Mfg. Co 

States\alle Kincaid Furniture Co 

Statesville Statesville Furniture Co.. 

Canf ord Felts-Crabtree Mfg. Co. . . 

Sanford Sanford Mfg Co 

1 incolnton Michai Ohe.'n Co 

.Harion Blue Ridge Furniture Co.. 

Clarion Catawba Furniture Co 

Marion McDowell Furniture Co... 

Marion Wester" Furniture Co 

Cornelius Cornelius Furniture Co... 

Biscoe Biscoe Bending and Chair 

Company 

A.shboro Ashboro Chair Co 

Ashboro Ashboro Furniture Co 

.\shboro Rando^i'h Chair Co 

Randlcman Rand'eman Chair Co 

Trinity Dixie Chair Co 

Trinity Julian Chair Co 

Leaksville Leaks^ille Furniture and 

Lumber Mfg. Co 

.Mbemarle Albrmirle Furniture and 

M'g. Co 

King Grabs Mfg. Co 

Elkin Elkin Furniture Co 

lit. Airy Bannrr Mfg. Co 

Mt. Airy Mt. Airy Mantel and 

Table Co 

?.ft. Airy Nationil Furniture Co 

'Varrenton Warrenton Furniture Co.. 

Goldsboro GoldsbTO Furniture Mfg. 

Company 

No. Wilkesboro. . .Forest Furniture Co 

No. Wilkesboro . . .Oak Furniture Co 



48, 
50 
16 
5 
3(1, 
?6, 
10 
i-o, 
20, 
2.5, 
19, 
SO, 
30, 
17, 
19, 
4, 
3, 
25 
100, 
50, 
12 
14 



,000.00 J. H. Tate 

000.00 S. F. Tomlinson 

500.00 W. T. Kirkman 

.000.00 F. J. Kearns 

000.00 W P. Pick tt 

000.00 W. H. Newberry, Jr. 

000.00 Wm. H. Cole 

OnO.OO C. H. Hobbs 

000.00 Aldjn Howell 

000.00 S. H. Keller 

100.00 \V. A. Thoma.s 

000.00 : J. A. St_-el 

000.00 W. T. Kincaid 

000.00 W A. Thomas 

800.00 W. A. Crabtr^o 



500.00 H 

600.00 R. 

000.00 E. 

OOO.OG T. 

000.00 L. J. 

000.00 w. 



000.00 F. C 



M. Wells 
M. Michal 
J. Justice 
F. Wrenn 
P. Cutler 
Con!ev 
Sherriil 



18,000.00 S. D. Davis 

20,000.00 C. C. McAlister 

15,000.00 p. H. Morris 

3.500.00 E. A. Hamm-r 

175,000.00 F Ino-old 

5.000.00 W. H. Ragai' 

4,500.00 W. H. Ragan 

125,000.00 A. T. Hopperd 

9,150.00 K. A. Crowell 

13,950.00 V. T. Grabs 

15,000.00 J. F. Cook 

0,000.00 J. L. Banner 

18,000.00 Geo. O. Grav^^s 

25,000.00 J. H. Prather 

15,000.00 R. B. Boyd 

90,000.00 J. L. Bord-^n 

2,5,000.00 J. E. Finlev 

10.200.00 T. B. Flnley 



Incorporated Towns and Mayors. 



Town and County. Mayor. 

.■^bbottsburg — Bladen K E. Craven 

Alierdeen — Moore W. A. Blue 

.A.lvance — Davie None 

Ahoskie — Hertford Robert Holloman 

Albemarle — Stanly H. ArmflMd 

.Ajexand r — Buncombe J. W. C'outz 

Abxus— Ga.ston q,. Y. Stroup 

i»lmond — Swain J. A. Marr 

/indrewB — Cherokee D. S. Russell 

Aigier — Harnett W. F. Morris 

Ar ex— Wake C. P. S.-llars 

-V'chdale — Randolph II. S. Ragan 

\shboro — Randolph H. M. Robins 

A.sh?ville — Buncombe John A. Campbell 

Atlantic— Carteret S. E. Hamilton 

.'nlander — R'rtie...J. Lawr<-nce Harrington 

\urora— Beaufort B. H. Thompson 

■Vutryville — Sampson L. M. Coop'^r 

Ayd n— Pitt J. F. Barwick 

Rakpi-svillo— Mitchell S. J. Tum°r 

Pnth— Beaufort J. W. Da^•is 

R.ittlcboro— Nash M. C. Braswell 



Town and Countv. Mayor. 

lUyboro— Pamlico D. B. Hook r 

Ivaufort— Carteret M. C. Holland 

Pelhaven — Beaufort J. C. Muir 

Belmont— Gaston M. E. Stow 

Benson — Johnston J. M. Britt 

Pess'.mer City— Gaston J. A. Smith 

B.-thel— Pitt S. T. Carson 

Big Lick— Stanly D. E. Efird 

Biltmor,' — Buncombe R. R. Swop^ 

I^iscoe — Montgomery Frank Pag? 

Rlack Creek— Wilson H. M. Rowe 

Black Mountain— Buncombe T. K. Brown 

B'ad nboro — Bladen D. F. Edwards 

Blowing Ro-k— Watauga C. J. Parl-ar 

Boardman — Columbus A. D. Tum"r 

Poone— Watauga J. C. Fletch-r 

l>oon-^\illp — Yadkin J. H. Fl ming 

Hrevard— Transylvania . . ..T. W. Whitman 

Bryson City — Swain L. Lee Marr 

Lnrgaw— Pender J. H. Moor" 

Burlington — Alamance A F. Rarr tt 

Hurnsville — Yancey G E^ Gardnr 



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INCORPORATED TOWNS AND MAYORS. 



211 



Town and County. Mayor. 

Camrron— Moore J- E. Phillips 

f.'anton— Ha vwood J. N. Mease 

Carthage— Moore W H. McN ill 

Carv— Wake H. B. Jordan 

Castalia— Nash T. J. Braswell 

Catawba— Catawba H. A. McNeill 

Cirro Gordo— Columbus... C. E. Williamson 

Chadbourn— Columbus C. D. Koonce 

Chapel Hill— Orange A. S. Barbae 

Charlotte- Mecklenburg T. S. Franklin 

Chtrrv— Washington Chester Spruill 

C herryville— Gaston M. L. Rudisill 

Cliina" Grove — Rowan Clarence Clapp 

Chocowinity— Beaufort N. C. Hughes, Jr. 

Clan mont— Catawba J. H. Moscr 

Clarkton— Bladen W. P. Phifer 

Clayton— Johnston E. L. Hinton 

Cleveland— Rowan D. B. Rosebro 

Clinton— Sanip.son ...R. H. Hubbard 

Clvde— Havwood F. E. Hayn s 

Colerain— Bertie W. H. Sessoms 

ColUttsville— Caldwell.. J. L. G. Sherwood 

Columbia— Tyrrell W. N. Norman 

Columbus- Polk C. C. Hampton 

Concord— Cabarrus John B. Caldwell 

Conetoc— Edgecombe Joshua Rouse 

Conover — Catawba J. A. Rice 

Cornelius— Mecklenburg ..J. B. Reeding 

Council— Bladen W. C. Vick 

C reedmoor — Granville Claud Lyon 

Ci eswell— Washington J. W. Starr 

Cionlev— Co'umbus J. B. Chinnis 

Crouse^Lincoln W. W. Noland 

n.-illas- Ga.ston E. L. Wilson 

Diividson — Mecklenburg J. V. Sloan 

Denton— Davidson ...J. Earl Varner 

Denver— Lincoln W. H. Sigmon 

D-'llsboro- Jackson C. Z. Candler 

Dobson— Surry H. F. Comer 

Dover — Craven Geo. K. West 

Pjidley- Wayne B. J. Bowd n 

Dunn— Harnett R. L. Godwin 

D irham— Durham Paul C. Graham 

i:,i' t Bend — Yadkin A. Horn 

Fdnton— Chowan J. H. McMullan, Jr. 

E(' ward— Beaufort W. B. Redditt 

ElizabLth City — Pa.squotank.E. C. Thompson 

riizabethtown— Bladen T. A. Lyon 

Fllrnboro— Rutherford J. H. Gofoth 

Elkin— Surrv W. J. Boylcs 

Kim Citv— Wilson G. R. Winstead 

hnfield— Ha'ifax W. T. Clem-nt 

E\ueka— Wayne S. S. Strothers 

Lverctts — Martin R. H. Lanier 

Fair Bluff— Columbus J. P. Waddell 

Fairmont — Robeson F H. Pitman 

r.'iison — Duplin Thos. Perritt 

Fi^kland— Pitt J nn-ss Morrill 

F'rmville— Pitt K. E. Belchrr 

Fayetteville — Cumberland T. J. Powers 

Forest City— Rutherford J. V. Ware 

I'.untain — Pitt Abner Eason 

Four Oaks — Johnston W. R. Keen 

Frank'in — Macon M. D. Billings 

Frank'inton — Franklin C. W. Conway 

Fr mont — Wavne .Tohn D. Davis 

Garland — Sampson J. D. Johnson 

Garnrr — Wak" J. T. Broughton 

Garysburg — Northampton W. T. .Joyner 

Ga?tonia — Gaston C. B. Armstrong 



Town and County. Mayor. 

Gatesville— Gates Lycurgus Hofler 

Germanton— Stokes L. H. Hill 

(;ibson— Scotland J. H. Mcllwenin 

Cibsonvilk— Guilford Berry Davidson 

(JIadstone— Stanly M. Ritchie 

Gkn Alpine— Burke Frank Brinkley 

Godwin— C\imberl and J W. McLean 

Gold Hill— Rowan B F. Hedrick 

Gold Point— Martin J. J. Wheeler 

Go' dsboro— Wayne I. F. Ormond 

Goldston— Chatham W. L. Goldston 

Graham— Alamance E. S. Parker, Jr. 

Granite Falls— Caldwell W. T. Payne 

Granite Quarry — Rowan C. A. Smith 

Greensboro— Guilford L. J. Brandt 

Grifton— Pitt E. J. Brooks 

Grimesland— Pitt M. M. Smith 

Guilford College— Guilford L. L. Hobbs 

Halifax— H.ilifax J. H. Fcnncr 

Hamilton— Martin J. T. Waldo 

Hamlet— Richmond J. A. Williams 

Hampton- Rutherford D. B. Stinson 

Harrellsville- Hertford Dorsey Taylor 

Hassell— Martin R. H. Salsbury 

Hazelwood — Haywood Wm. H. Cole 

Henderson— Vance R. J. Southerland 

Fendersonville — H ndersoi . .Michael Sch nek 

Tiertford— Perquimans T F. Wins'ow 

Hi(korv— Catawba J. H. P. Cilley 

Highlands— Macon T. T. Hall 

High Point— Guilford M. J. Wrenn 

Ilildebrand— Burke J. F. Moose 

: lillsboro— Orange Frank Nash 

ITol)good— Halifax W. G. Hedgepeth 

Hoffman— Richmond J. W. Butler 

Holly Springs— Wake Theo. Wigsiv.s 

Hookerton — Greene Chas. Vanse 

Hope Mills — Cumberland J. A. Bynum 

ilot Springs- Madison P. D. Ebbs 

Hudson— C.ildwell '. H. B. Lingle 

Huntersville- Mecklenburg...W. S. Ca'dwell 

Jaclvson- Northampton J. A. Parker 

Jacksonville— Onslow F. W. Hargett 

Jamcsville— Martin W. W. Waters 

Ja-son— Greene W, D. Mewborn 

Jonesboro— Moore T. N. Campbell 

Joncsville— Yadkin N. M. Speer 

Kelford— Bertie John E. Tyler 

Kenansvillc— Duplin H. D. Williams 

Kenly— Johnston C. W. Edg-rton 

I\ernersville— Forsyth L. F. Davis 

King.sdale — Robeson J. A. Duke 

ivings Mountain — Cleveland J. C. Patrick 

Kinston — Lenoir W. D. LaRoqu", Jr. 

KittrcU— Vance G. A. Kittrell 

LaGrange — Lenoir Geo. B. W. Hadley 

Laskcr — Northampton F. C. Breeves 

Lattimore — Cleveland .Wm. Beam 

Laurinburg— Scotland F. L. Bundy 

Lawndale — Cleveland John F. Sch'nck 

Lawrence — Edgecombe R C. Lawrence 

Leaksville — Rockingham. J. B. Roy 

Lrggetts — Edgecombe Theo. Fountain 

L,'noir— Caldwell M. E. Shell 

Lewiston — Bertie Alfred T. Eason 

Lfxington — Davidson John H. Jloyer 

Liberty— Randolph W. B. Owen 

Lih'sville — .\nson A. J. Allen 

I 'llington-Harnect J. K. Caviness 

•Lincolnton — Lincoln Edgar Love 



21? 



INCORPORATED TOWNS AND MAYORS. 



Town and County. Mayor. 

LUtleton— Halifax T. W. Harris 

(■ocust — Stanly R. W. Simpson 

.'-ouisburff — Franklin J. B. Yarborough 

Lowell — Gaston S. M. Robinson 

lumber Bridge — Robeson. .. .D. B. Lancast r 

I umberton — Robeson.. . E. J. Britt 

Macclesfield — Elgecombt^ J. T. Harris 

Atacon — Warren R. B. Thornton 

'Madison — Rockingham C. O. McMichael 

Magnolia — Duplin George Edwards 

Maiden — Catawba J. W. Williams 

Manteo — Dare George E. Rowley 

Aiargarettsville — Northampton..!. G. Stancell 

^la^ion— McDowell W. F. Wood 

Marshall — Madison Lewis J. Baley 



-Mars Hill— Madison W. O. Conner 

>'arshville — Union J. C. Brooks 

Matthews — Mecklenburg S. B. Smith 

Maxton — Robeson R. M. Williams 

Mayodan — Rockingham F. B. Kemp 

Maysville— .Jones F M. Jenkins 

McAdensrille — Gaston I. A. Stafford 

McFarlan— Anson C. G. Teal 

Mcbane — Alamance T H. Harrison 

?ficro — Johnston B. L. Aycock 

Middleburg — Vance AT. H. Parrish 

Milton— Caswell : L. H. Hunt 

^fineral Springs — Union J. D. McRae 

^'int Hill — Mecklenburp- W. B. Estridge 

^1ocksville — Davie A. M. McGlamory 

Moncure — Chatham J. E. Bryan 

Monroe — Union J. D. McRae 

Jlooresville — Iredell A. L. Starr 

A'orehead City— Carteret C. S. Wallace 

Morganton — Burke A.' C. Arery, Jr. 

Slorven — Anson D. M. Johnson 

Blount Airy— Surry J. H. Prather 

J'ount Giload — Montgomery C. L. Cox 

Mount Holly— Gaston W B. Rutledge 

IVIount Olive — Wayne A. S. Grady 

?fount Pleasant— Cabarrus. John B. Caldwell 

Murfreesboro — Hertford L. J. Lawrence 

Murphy— Cherokee A. S. Hill 

TTashville— Nash J. D. Overton 

New Bern— Craven James A. Bryan 

New London — Stanly L. W. Hart 

Newport — Carteret Y Z. Newberry 

Newton— Catawba W B. Gaith'^r 

North Brevard — Transy'vi.nia M. J. Orr 

North Wilkesboro— Willres O. C. Dancy 

Norwood— Stanlv L. W. Hart 

Oak City— Martin J. T. Daniels 

Oakley— Pitt J. I. James 

O'd Fort— McDowell C. C. Burgin 

Ore Hill— Chatham Dr. O. B. Strowd 

Oriental— Pamlico B. F. Pickles 

Oxford — Granville W. A. Devin 



....W. G. Lvnch: 
.T. A. Morphew j 
. ..B. F. Godwin ' 
. . W. N. Everett i 

W. L. Thorp 

...W. W. Miller 



Pactolus— Pitt 

>*.'i"m>Ta — Halifax 

Pantfgo — Beaufort 

Parkcrsburg — Sampson. 

I'.irmele — ilartin 

Peachland — Anson 

Pi!ot Mountain — Surry. 

Pine Level — Johnston .Jesse Parker 

Pinrtops — Edgecombe W. L. Dunn 

Pinetown — Beaufort 

"^'iiieville — Mecklenburg W. L. Fisher 

Pink Hill— Irfnoir Jesse J. Smith 



Brascoe Bell 

.Wade L. Mizell 

L. W. Paul 

V. B. Parker 

...A. M. Hasket 
...A. D. Griffith 

..W. R. Badgett 



Town and County. Mayor. ! 

Pittsboro — Chatham B. Nooe | 

Plvmouth— Washington Sam. B. Spruill I 

, Polkton- Anson D. H. Carter 1 

rollocksville — Jones Saniuel Hudson I 

Princeton— Johnston Geo. F. Woodard 

i<a; ford — Cumberland H. R. Cromartie 

Raleigh— Wake James I. Johnson 

I Ramseur— Randolph E. J. Steele 

'iandUman — Randolph T. O. Bowden 

K d Springs— Robeson B. W. Townsend 

Roidsville— Rockingham. .R. S. Montgomery 

Richfield— Stanly Caleb Redenhour 

Hichlands — Onslow F. D. Koonce 

■{ieh Square— Northampron J. T. Balton 

Tiuanoke Rapids — Halifax... 

Pobbinsville — Graham 

Robersonville — Martin 

'iockingham — Richmond ... 
Rocky Mount — Edgecombe.. 

Ki.'cky Point — Pender 

Roper— Washington L. G. Roper 

Hosi'boro- Sampson M. M. Hall 

!<pse Hill— Duplin I. P. Aldorman 

Ro>man — Transylvania L. Young 

Rowland- Robeson Geo. K. McNeill 

K...\-horo— Person O. P. Schaub 

Roxober — Bertie 

.Rutherford College — Burke Thos. Sigmon j 

:?uthrrfo"dton— Rutherford.. R. R. Simmons' 

Salem- Forsyth F. H. Vogler I 

Salisbury — R"owan A. H. Bovden : 

Si.Iuda- Pulk O. B. Gowen ' 

.Sanford— Moore . . .T. L. Chisholm i 

.-.iratoga — Wilson Levy Eason i 

Scotland Nfck— Halifax. g. S" White 

Seaboard— Northampton W T. Norvelle 

S ima— Johnston W. H. Hare 

shailotte— Brunswick C. N. Lenoard 

Sharpsburg— Nash H. C. Bobbins | 

Shelby— Cleveland J. L. Suttle j 

"helmerdinc — Pitt O. G. Calhoun l 

«hort— Yadkin -lames Gough , 

Siler City— Chatham Caleb Johnson i 

Smithfieid— Johnston E. J. Holt j 

ti.ow Hill— Greene B. W. Edwards i 

■^oiith Biltmore — Buncombe W. G. Reed j 

■''luthirn Pines — Moore K. M. Ferguson 

^(uth Mills— Camden C. H. Spencer i 

Southport- Brunswick M. C. Guthrie 

Sparta— Alleghany No Afayor 

'■■p-ncer- Rowan J. R. Thomas 

''nrav— Rockingham E E. F^m^rson 

Spring Hope — Nash Resign'-d 

Stanley— Gaston AV. G. Rutledge 

Star— Montgomery G. N. Scarboro 

Vvatsvillr— Iredell H. P. Grier 

'■t ok s— Pitt T. G. Basni-ht 

Ktokrsdale — Guilford J. Wright Pegram 

'^tonviUe — Rockingham .James A. Glenn 

'^tonrwa"— Pamlico S. W. Ferebee 

Stout— L^nion J. W. Dees 

Stovall— Granville D. A. Burwell 

Swan Quarter — Hyde E. O. Spencer 

Swansboro— Onslow I. A. Pittman 

S\i\a— Jackson James R. Love 

'• abor— Cohimbus C. W. Brown 

T^arboro — Rdg'^combc James P-^ndT 

'I Hvlorsville — Alexander P. L. St"ck 

Tfacheys- Dup'in H. D. McMillan 

Thomasvil'o — Davidson A. F. Sams 

rilhry— Halifax A. M. Vandee i 



ELECTORAL VOTE— NORTH CAROLINA FAIRS. 



213 



Town and County. Mayor. 

Trenton— Jones F. W. Fescue 

Trinity— Randolph W. N. Elder 

Trcutman- Iredell J. M. Patterson 

Tioy— Montgomery I. E. Saunders 

Trvon— Polk J. C. Fisher 

'J nion— Hertford John Freeman 

Vanceboro- Craven Wm. Cleve 

Vandemcre— Pamlico R. B. Phipps 

Vaughan— Warren E. J. Barnes 

Waco— Cleveland Jethro Beam 

V'adesboro— Anson \V. E. Brock 

^"akefield— Wake Sam. W. Harris 

Wake Forest— Wake S. J. Allen 

nallace— Duplin A L. McGowen 

n'alnut— Madison F. McDevitt 

Walnut Cove— Stokes R. R. Rogers 

Warrenton— Warren John W. Allen 

Warsaw— Duplin W. L. Hill 

Washington— Beaufort E. F. Stewart 

Waxhaw— Union John Walkup 

Wayncsville— Haywood H. K. Ferguson 

Weldon— Halifax J. T.* Gooch 

Wendell— Wake F. M. Ferrell 

Whitakers— Edgecombe W. J. Taylor 

'Vhite Hall— Wayne E. Grady 

Whiteville— Columbus W. Ross Davis 

Whittier- Swain P. P. McLean 

V;lbanks— Wilson Geo. Jonnson 

\ulliams— Yadkin N. G. Williams 

V.i lliamston— Martin B. F. Godwin 

\.ilkesboro— Wilkes R. M. Staley 

niimington— New Hanover.. W. E. Springer 

Wilson— Wilson John Y. Moore 

Windsor— Bertie W. M. Davis 

Winfall— Perquimans Alphonso White 

Wingate— Union O. N. Saunders 

Winston— Forsvth... O. B. Eaton 

Winterville— Pitt J. S. Ross 

Winton- Hertford W. P. Shaw, Jr. 

\>( odland— Northampton John B. Griffin 

V> orthville— Randolph I. A. Withers 

\^rightsville Beach- New Hanover — 

J. A. Arringdale 

Yadkin College— Davidson Ed. L. Greene 

"iadkinville— Yadkin J. A. Logan 

^ •inccyville— Caswell B. S. Graves 

Youngsville— Franklin J. R. Johnson 

V bulnii— Wakr. . . T. J. Hortnn 



ELECTORAL. VOTE. 

The following is tht^ electoral vote of 
the States in 1908, as based upon the Appor- 
tionment Act of 1900: 
States. 



Alabama 

.\rkansas 

C alifornia 

Colorado 

( onnccticutt . . . 

Delaware 

Florida 

Keorgia 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

A'nine 

^laryland 

?Jassachusetts . . 

.Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

.\iontana 

N'bra^ka 

Nevada 

New Hampshire. 

New .Jersey 

New Y'ork 

North Carolina 
North Dakota . 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

P( nn?ylvania .. 
Rhode Island . . . 
South Carolina 
South Dakota . . 

Ti nnessee 

Tixas 

Utah 

'» ermont 

j Virginia 

Washington 
West A'irginia . . 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



Total . 
i Electoral 
I choice 



Electoral 

Votes. 

11 

9 
10 

5 

7 

3 

5 
13 

3 
27 
15 
13 
10 
13 

9 

C 

8 
16 
14 
11 
10 
18 

3 

8 

3 

4 
12 
39 
12 

4 
23 

7 

4 
34 

4 

9 

4 
12 
18 

3 

4 
12 

5 

7 
13 

3 

483 



votes necessary to a 



242 



NORTH CAI^OLINA FALRS. 



Place. 


Secretary. 


Date. 


Lurlington 

Hiariotte . 


J. H. Harden . 

W. S. Orr 1 

King & Daniels . 


October 2-6. 
October 21-26. 
October 15-19. 


State Fair (Raleigh) 


October 14-19. 




October 9-12. 




0. E. Webb 


October 21-26. 









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TAX COMMISSION REPORT— 1907. 



Tax Commission Report — 1907 

Statement — Showing Total Amount of Taxes Levied in North Car- 
olina for the Year 1906, State, School, County and Municipal 
Together With Amomits Received by State Treasurer from Other 

Sources. 

FOR si.AiK PURPOSES.. Value. Tax. Total. 

Real estate $233,438,178.00 ? 490,220.17 

Personal property 159,985,543.00 335,969.64 

RailroaJ and other property assessed by 

Corporation Commission 72.834,8-54.32 152,953.19 

Corporation excess 9,674,654.00 20,316.77 

Bank stock 11,624,710.00 24,411.89 

Building and loan stock 1,104,628.86 2,319.72 



Total $488,662,568.18 $1,026,191.38 

Incomes— tax on 31 387.59 

B and C. Schedules 118,168.92 



ADDITIONAL RECEIPTS BY STATE TREASURER. 

Additional State taxes 2,855. 

Agricultural Department 109,611. 



Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad dividends. 

Audubon Society 

Bank license tax 

Contingencies 

Convict account, refunded 

Corporation franchise tax 

Corporation tax. State Department 

Corporation tax. Treasury Department .. . 
Disabled Soldiers' appropriation, refunded . 

Dispensaries, tax on sales 

Express companies, tax on receipts 

Fees from Executive Department 

Fees from Insurance Department 

F'ees from State Department 

Fees from Treasury Department 

Horse dealers' license 

Inheritance tax 

Indigent pupils 

Insurance companies, licenses 



31,665. 

8,784 

5,607. 

90. 

14 

36,350. 

27,513 

25. 

183. 

21,845. 

4.071. 

1,588. 

22,322. 

'937, 

46, 

4,450, 

4,673 

6,0.56 

36,833, 

Insurance companies, tax on receipts 156 117 



Laws and Journals, sale of 

Legal services and expenses, refunded 

Mercantile agencies 

N. C. Agricultural Experiment Station, U. S. appropriation 

N C. A. and M. College (col.), U. S. appropriation 

N. C. College, A. and M. Arts, U. S. appropriation .. .. 
N. C. Institution Deaf, Dumb and Blind, earnings. 



2,825. 

61. 

400. 

21,750 

8,250 

16,7.50. 

2,8.54. 

N. C. Railroad dividends 210,014. 



N. C. School for Deaf and Dumb, earnings. 

Oil dealers' licenses 

Pensions refunded 

Piano and organ dealers' licenses 

Postage and stationery 

Privilege tax on railroads 

Roster, North Carolina State Troops, sale of 

Seal tax. Executive Department 

Seal tax, State Department 

Sewnng machine licenses . . . . 

Shell-fish Commission 

Sketches N. C. R<"giments Confederate Soldiers, sale of. 
State and Colonial Records, sale of 



2,447 
4,333 

49 
1136 

24 
18,037 

1,103 

1.324 

2,943 

5,791 

83 

226 

State's Prison, earnings 114,454 



State's Prison, interest on faim bonds 

Supreme Court Reports, sale of 

Taxes from the counties, for interest, merchants 
Taxes from the counties, for interest, liquor . . . 

Telegraph companies, tax on receipts 

Telephone companies, tax on receipts 



J,400, 
9.027 
19,288 
5,569 
1,175 
8,744 



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TAX COM. REPORT— CXIMATE— HOLIDAYS. 215 

Trade-mark registration fees 26.55 

Total $ 942,737.23 

Total, all sources. State purposes 2,118,485.12 

FOR PENSION— 

On assessed property 195,465.03 

On polls 34.460.52 

FOR SHCOOLS— 229,925.55 

White polls 312,093.34 

Indian polls 1,185.00 

N Ki-o polls 114 950.57 

IJailroad and other property assessed by Corp. Commission .. 131,102.80 

Corporation excess 17,417.22 

Hank stock 2'i,924.54 

Building- and loan stock 1.085.19 

Property listed by white citizens 674,873.17 

Property lists d by Indirin citizens 980.86 

Property listed by ne^ro citizens 32,308.36 

nogs i. 090.00 

Special for graded schools 67.268.11 

Special for schools 91,281.38 

r)i=ti:ieries and liquor dealers 4S.857.46 

Fines 34.711.33 

Oth-r sources 7,058.61 

FOR COUNTY PURPOSES— 1,553,096.94 

General 1,149,289.10 

Poor 33,479.99 

Bridges and roads 63>),419.G0 

Special in townships -13,220.50 

Special 414,583.40 

B and C Schedules 93,810.02 

MUNICIPAL— 2,364,802.61 

On poUs 51,202.18 

On property 762,876.74 

Fines 25,780..37 

r/isprnsaries 11,902.50 

Sa'oons — Liquor dealers 102.760.84 

.Ml other sources 72,370.63 

1,026,893.26 

Total— all sources 7,293,203.48 



North Carolina Climate. 

The climate of North Carolina varies 
from the mild and equable climate of the 
K'acoast to that of the mountain district 
where tlie changes are more pronounc 'd. 

On account of the great div.'rsity of the 
topogiaphy the tniprature and precipita- 
tion data are b"st < xhibitcd for the diff-r- 
nt natural divisions of the State; the 
Ka^tTn Division or the coastal plain, the 
Central or the Pi' dmont P at au, and the 
\V( stern or tlie mountain districts. 

Th-^ following table shows the moan tem- 
P'^ratures for the months, seasons, and year, 
for the different districts and for the 
State: 

Th" m-an temn^rature for the State dur- 
ing th-> past thirt.v-two years varied from 
.'i7 degre'S in 1872 to 61 d gre'^s in 1890, 
Ml-' warmest year on record. The higlT^st 
t mp' rature on record is 107 degrees which 
occurred at Kitty H'lwk, W'^ldon and 
C'liap' 1 Hi'l; th^ lowest was 19 drgrses be- 
low zero at High'ands. 

The precipitation is \erv even^v di.?trib- 
uted. but is somewhat hi avi"r in the Wes- 
t rn and Eastern districts than in the Cen- 
tral district. In the Western district th-re 
is an ana on the south and south"ast'-rn 



■lope of the Blue Ridge Mountains where 
the rainfall averages lietwern 70 and 80 
nebs a year; and in individual years, the 
rainfall measured as hicrh as TOO inches. 

Snowfall is not very important even in 
the mountain districts, th'^ average for the 
State being about 8 inches. 

Greatest Altitude. 

Th" gr'-at st altitude in North Carolina is 
Mount Mitchell, at a height of 6,711 feet 
i.bove sra level. 

Dates of Public Holidays. 

January 1st. 

•lanuary 19th (Lee's nirthday). 

F bruary 22nd (Washington's birthday). 

May 10th (M-morial Day). 

May 20lh (M cklenburg Declaration day). 

.luly 4th (Independence Day). 

Tlie first Monday in September (Labor 
Dav). 

The last Thursday in November (Thanks- 
giving Day). 

D c mb'r 25th (Christmas). 

When ver any such holiday shall fall upon 
.Sunf'ay, th" Monday following shall be a 
pubMc holiday. 

Tu'^sday after the first Monday in Novem- 
.T-i when a g-^neral election is held. 



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Lexine, Rutherford, G 1, r d 
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1234 Lexington, c h, Davidson, E 7 

Leyula, Wilkes, C 4 
304 Liberty, Randolph. E 10 
28 Liberty Store, Guilford, D 10, 
r f d from Browns Summit 
19 Light, Davidson, E 8 

39 Lilac, Davidson, F 8 

110 Liledoun. Alexander, E 4 
213 Lllesville, Anson, 1 9 
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65 LlUington, c h, Harnett, G lii 

27 Lilly, Camden, C 23 

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40 Llmerock, Stokes, C 8, r d 

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828 LIncolnton, c h, Lincoln, G 3 
39 Lindell, Greene, FIT 
Linden, Harnett, H 13 
Lindhurst, Chatham, F 11 
Lindlev, Chatham, E 11 
26 Line, Rutherford, H 1 
... Link, Cabarrus Co., r d from 

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23 Linker, Iredell, F 5, r f d 

from Mooresville 
21 Linney, Ashe. C 2 
200 Linvllle, Mitchell, D 1 
43 Linvllle Falls, Burke, E 1 
26 Linvllles Store, Burke, E 1 
68 Linwood. Davidson, F 7 
Llpe, Stanley, G 7, r d from 
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19 Lisbon, Sampson, J 15, r f d 
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Lisk, Rowan, F 7, r d from 

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54 Llttlefield, Pitt, G 19 
42 Little Pinecreek,Madlson.M 7 
33 Little River. Alexander, E 3, 

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70 Little River Academy, Cum- 
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30 Llttlerock Creek, Mitchell, 

23 Littles Mills, Richmond, H 9 
1200 Littleton, Halifax. C 17 

Llverman. Northampton, C 
20, r d from Conway 
27 Lizzie, Greene, G IS, r f d 
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Lobelia, Cumberland, H 12 
72 Lockvllle, Chatham, F 12 
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48 Locust, Stanly, H 7 
30 Locusthill, Caswell, C 10 
56 Lodo, Mecklenburg, H 5, rf d 

from Charlotte 
16 Loftis, Transylvania, P8 
66 Logans Store, Rutlierford,Gl 

Lola, Cartaret Co. 
53 Lomax, Wilkes, D 4 

London, Surry, C 5, r d from 
Roundpeak 
24 Lonely. Moore, G 13, r dfrom 
Jonesboro 
Long, Harnett, G 13, r d from 
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87 Long Creek, Pender, K 16, 

r d from Rockypolnt 
42 Longford. Iredell, F 5 
220 Long.Island. Catawba, F 4 _ 



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25 Martin, Tadkln, D 6 
41 Martlndale, Mecklenburg, 
G 5, r f d from Charlotte 
Martins Mill, Montgomery, 

Marvin, Currituck Co. 

20 Mascot, Buncombe, N 7 
24 Mashoes, Dare, E 25 

21 Massey. Wake, F 14, r f d 

from Kaleigh 

22 Mast, Watauga, C 2 

.. Matney, Watauga, D 1 

21 Matrimony. Rockingham, B 9 

r d from Ridgway, Va. 

378 Matthews, MecklenDurg, H 6 

26 Maud, Randolph, E 9, r d 

from Trinity 
935 Maxton, Robeson, J 11 
24 Maxwell, Henderson, Is 9, 

r d from Hendersonville 
70 May, Harnett, F 13, r d from 

FuQuay Springs 
38 Mayfleld, Rockingham, C 10 
. . Mayflower, Clay, P 4, r d 

from Hayesvllle ■ 

36 Mayhew, Iredell, F 5, r d 

from Mooresville 
904 Mayodan, Rockingnam, C 8 
98 Maysville, Jones. 119 
25 Maywood, Alamance, D 10, 

r d from Burlington 
19 Mazeppa, Iredell, F 5 

Meadow Creek, Watauga, 
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24 Meadowhlll, Caldwell, D 3, 

r f d from Boomer 
74 Meadows, Stokes, C 7 
19 Meatcamp, Watauga, C 2 
218 Mebane, Alamance, D 11 
78 Mecca, Surry, C 5 
22 Mechanic, Randolph, F 9 
34 Medlln, Swain, N 4 ^ 

Medora, Edgecombe, E li 
... Mege, Chowan, D 22. r d 

froniTyner 
32 Meherrin, Northampton. C 19 
Melanchton, Randolph, E 10, 
r f d from Liberty 
30 Melrose, PkObeson, 1 11, r f d 

from Maxton 
... Melville, Alamance, E 11, r d 
from Graham 
. Melvln. Craven Co. 
46 Melvin Hill, Polk, O 10 
... Memory, Rutherford, G 2,r d 

from Lattlmore 
73 Menola, Hertford. C 20 
... Mercer. Edgecombe. E l(,rd 

from Rocky Mount 
58 Merchant Mills, Gates, C22 
29 Meredith, Orange, D 12 
19 Merrlmon, Carteret, 1 22 
99 Merritt, Pamlico, H 22 
140 Merry Hill, Bertie, E 21 

27 Merrymount, Warren, B 16 
120 Jlerryoaks, Chatham, F 12 
... Mertie, Wilkes Cp- 

40 Mesic, Pamlico, H 22 

65 Metal, Cleveland, H 2, r f d 

from Shelby 
26 Method, Wake, E 14 
102 Mica, Mitchell, M 10 
79 Mlcaville, Yancey, L 9 

28 Michael, Davidson, E 7,rf a 
from Lexington 

21 Mlchfleld, Randolph, F 9 

61 Micro, Johnston, F 16 

169 Middleburg, Vance, C 15 

21 Middlecane, Watauga. D 3 

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THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAH BOOK. 



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J. C. DREWRY, Pres., J. S. WYNNE, V. P., B. S. JERMAN, Treas., 
GEORGE ALLEN, Sec. J. N. HOLDING Atty., W. S. PRIM- 
ROSE and L. D. HEARTT, All Directors. 

Mechanics and Investors Union 

Kaleigh, N, C, Chartered May. 1893. 
A Six Per Cent Investment Company. 
This Company Issues. 
MONTHLY PAYMENT SIX PKK CENT CERTIFICATES. 

From $100 to $1,000 to mature in 45 or 60 months. 

ALSO FULL PAID TEN- YEAR COUPON CERTIFICATES $100. 

WTIICH ARE SOLD FOR $92 CASH AND GIA^E A SIX PER 

CENT INVEST]>rENT. 

Taxes are pajd by the Company on all Certificates. 

Investors can paj' by check on any bank. 

Loans made on residence projierty, secured toy mortgage. 

Address, GEORGE ALLEN, Secretary, Raleigh, N. C. 



Allen's Forty Lessons Double Entry Book-keeping. 

Price $1.00 sent postpaid. 7,000 copies have been sold. Teach- 
ers and Business Men sav that it is clear, correct and practical. 
Address, GEORGE ALLEN, Raleigh. N. C. 



J. souTHGATE jfisuraTice 

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Durham, N. C. 



A SPECIALTY, 




Raleigh Mar- 
ble WorKs 

COOPER BROS., 

Proprietors, 
Raleigh, N. C. 

TABLETS 

VASES 

IRON FENCES 

Catalogue sent on request 
WE PAY THE FREIGHT 



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Thousands of cotton planters have done so by usin^- Virginia- 
Carolina FEiTiLiZERS, and hundreds of them tell about ittn our 1907 
aln^anac. Deep preparaiioii, and liberal use (400 to 1000 pounds) of 

Virs^inia'^Carolina Fertilizers 

per acre, ccaccPtrated on fenuer acres, thoroughly cultivated, enables 
t" e tap roots *c strj'ke down deep to reach the moisture, and the feeding 
i-.'Ots to take compk.e possession -^^l-.e s'-il early in the season. Your 
plant will ihen be so stron^, obv;.. and healthy, vnat it fruits heavier, 
matures earlier, c, sens cr--!; ^ can i^e gatherfd earlier to better 

advantaf;e, and in bt .• *- .;ius iiisuring best results in marketing 

'as weii as obtain the lar. .-.^ yieiU per acre. 

Accept no substii.!te for Virginia-Carolina Fertilizers. As!,: vour 
dealer or v?rite us for oue cf our new almanacs, valued at ?- "o, aut 
fre« to you. 



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VIRGLNU-CAROUNA CHEMICAL CO 

SALES OFFICES : 
Norfolk, Va. Durham, N. C. 

Savannah, Ga. 



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