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The North Carolina Year Book 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 




Page. 

ALTITUDE 69 

ATTORNEYS 104-109 

BANKS AND BANKERS 120-128 

National Banks 126-127 

Private Banks 128 

Savings Banks 127-128 

State Banks 120-126 

BANK STATISTICS 65-66 

BUILDING & LOAN ASS'NS .... 65 

CAPITAL INVESTED 66 

CLIMATE 70 

CHURCHES 140-160 

Baptist 154-159 

Christian (Disciples) 142-143 

Christian Science 141 

Evang'elical Lutheran 144-145 

Free Will Baptist 145-146 

Methodist Protestant 141-112 

Methodist Episcopal (So.) .. .. 149-154 

Moravian 141 

Presbyterian 147-149 

Primitive Baptist 159-160 

Protestant Episcopal 146-147 

Reformed 141 

Roman Catholic 141 

Society of Friends 143 

Southern Christian 143-144 

Summary Statistics 140 

CONGRESS .76 

CO. AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS— 

Arranged alphatbetically 81-104 

CORPORATIONS CHARTERED .. 69 
COTTON, SILK AND WOOLEN 

MILLS 128-132 

DENTISTS 117-120 

DIVORCE LAWS 69 

FAIRS 70 

FURNITURE FACTORIES 133-135 

GAME BIRDS 74 

INTEREST LAW 74 

INSURANCE STATISTICS 65 

INDIANS 06 

KNITTING MILLS 1.33 

LAND GRANTS 74 

NEWSPAPERS 135-139 

OFFICIAL VOTE OF THE STATE.. 44-50 

Congressional vote, 1908 46-4S 

Electoral vote for President .... 50 

Governor 44-45 

Popular vote for President .... 49 

President (State) 48 



State officers 

Vote for Solicit nr 

PENSION STATISTICS 

PHYSICIANS 

PLATFORMS 

Democratic 

Republican 

POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS .. .. 

Democratic , 

Republican 

PRESIDENT U. S. SENATE..... .. 

PUBLIC HOLIDAYS 

RAILROADS 

RAILROAD STATISTICS 

SALARIES STATE OFFICIALS .. 
SCHOOLS 

Denominational Colleges 

Colored Schools 

Graded and Special Tax Schools.. 

High Schools 

Private Schools 

Prominent Private Schools . . 

Public School Fund 

Public School Statistics 

State Institutions 



SECRETARIES OF NAVY 

soil KITES AND ORGANIZATIONS 

Agricultural Society 

Anti-Saloon League 

Architectural Association 

Bankers' Association 

Bar Association 

Chemical Society 

Colonial Dames 

Confederate Veterans 

Cotton Growers' Association.. 

Daughters of Confederacy 

Daughters of the Revolution .. .. 

Daughters of the American K 
tion • 

Dental Society 

Elks 

Farmers' Alliance 

Firemans' Associal ion 

Funeral Directors and Embalmi ra 

G. A. U 

I. O. O. F. (Grand Encampment > 

I. o. o. F. (Grand Lodge) .. .. 

Horticultural Society 

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Knights of Pythias 



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45-46 

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ciation 29-30 

ary and Bistorical 

li.. n 30 

Qrand Chapter Royal .Vrch 

Masons 31 

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mplar 32 

■in 1 ( ouncil Royal and Select 

Masters 32 

! Lodge ol Masons 3] 

I ttion 32 

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Society 34-35 

Order ol the Cincinnati 33 

; ca) Association .... 28 

Poultr; ttion 30 

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Red Men 32 

Retail Merchants' Association .. 34 

Ro al Arcanum 28 

Sons of the Confederacy 27 

Soi Revolution S3 

Federation of Labor .. .. 31-32 

T. ;k In is' Assembly 29 

SOLDIERS' BOME 69 

SPEAKER I . S. HOUSE 76 

STATE GUARD 19-22 

STATE GOVERNMENT— 

Executive 3-10 

Judicial 11-19 

Legislative 10-11 

STATE RECEIPTS AND EXPEN- 
DITURES 66-GS 

TAX COMMISSION RFPORT .. .. 77-80 

TOBACCO STATISTICS '0 

Y. M. C. A 140-141 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Page. 

Book Company 53 

Atlantic Christian ' 63 

Ann i Bank, Wilmington.. 19 

Paper ( ..in). any E 

A. & M. College for the Colored Race, 

ro 04 

Atlantic Fire Ins. Co 45 

Baptist University for Women, Raleigh. 60 

Tli. .nips. .ii 160 

ser B 

Building .v Lumber Co., Greenville 74 

Christopher Engraving Co., Richmond 77 

Citizens Bank, Norfolk 5 

Citizens National Bank, Raleigh 36 

.I Banking < .... < layton 37 

Commercial National Bank, Charlotte. .. .35 

Comm tl Bank, R ... 9 

rs of Raleigh G 

Dobler & Mudge, Baltimore, Md E 

Edwards >S: Broughton 7S 

College, Charlotte 57 

and Mechanic 160 

First National Bank, Oxford 27 

First National Bank, Richmond 17 

Fourth National Bank, Fayetteville ... 81 

F> male ( ollege, Greensboro. 61 

4-52 

r Military School, Oxford 69 

.1 Life Ins. Co 7 

B. F., Publish Co., Rieh- 

1. Va 51 

Co., The Maurice, 

hington 79 

Institute, Greensboro 47 

i^iness College 37-62 

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Insurance Company of Virginia 

mond, Va D 

I lank, Raleigh F 

Murphy's Hotel. Richmond F 

nl Bank, The. Fayetteville 29 

al Bank of Commerce, Norfolk.. 15 
ual Bank of Virginia, Richmond, 

Va Side of front cover 



Page. 

National State Bank, Richmond 

Top of front cover 

and < 11 .server 139 

Norfolk National Bank U 

Norfolk Bank for Savings and Trusts.. 13 

Norfolk & Southern Railway 71 

Normal and Collegiate Institute, Ashe- 

ville 65 

North Carolina State Normal and In- 
dustrial College, The 56 

North State Mutual Life Insurance Co. . 43 
North Carolina College of Agriculture 

and Mechanic Arts, The 59 

Parker & Hunter ^F 

Peace Institute, Raleigh 70 

Peoples Bank. New Bern 33 

Planters Bank, Rocky Mount 3-21 

Presbyterian College for Women, Char- 
lotte 55 

Raleigh Banking and Trust Co 23 

Raleigh Savings Bank, Raleigh 18 

Raleigh & Southport Railway 75 

Saint Mary's School, Raleigh 67 

Seaboard Air Line 73 

Security Life & Annuity Co., The 41 

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

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

State Fair, The Great 49 

Southgate & Son, J G 

Sydnor & Hundley, Richmond, Va D 

Sydnor Pump & Well Co., Richmond, 

Va 39 

r llros.. Wilmington 12 

University of North Carolina G 

Uzzell, E. M. & Co., Raleigh 76 

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

Virginia State Ins. Co., Richmond ... F 
Wa.hovia National Bank, Winston- 
Salem 21 

Wake Countv Savings Bank, Raleigh .. 25 

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STATE GOVERNMENT— EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 




State Government — Executive Department. 



GOVERNOR— William Walton Kitchin, of 
Person. 

LIEUT. -GOVERNOR— W. C. Newland, of 
Caldwell. 

PRIVATE SECRETARY TO GOVERNOR— 
Alex J. Feild, of Wake. 

EXECUTIVE CLERK— Miss Annie Travis, 
of Halifax. 

SECRETARY OF STATE— J. Bryan 
Grimes, of Pitt. 

CHIEF CLERK TO SECRETARY OF 
STATE— George W. Norwood, of Wake. 

CORPORATION CLERK— W. S. Wilson, of 
Caswell. 

SrENOGRAPHER— Miss Minnie Bagwell, 
of Wake. 

STATE TREASURER— Benj. R. Lacy, of 
Wake. 

CHIEF CLERK, TREASURY DEPART- 
MENT— W. F. Moody, of Mecklenburg. 

CLERK FOR INSTITUTIONS— H. M. 
Reece, of Wake. 

TELLER— P. B. Fleming, of Franklin. 

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

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

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

TAX CLERK— Baxter Durham, of Wake. 



CLERK AND STENOGRAPHER— Mrs. F. 
\V. Smith, of Wake. 

ATTORNEY GENERAL— T. W. Bickett, 
of Franklin. 

CLERK AND STENOGRAPHER— Miss 

Sarah Burkhead, of Columbus. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC IN- 

STRUCTION— J. Y. Joyner. of Guilford. 

CHIEF CLERK— Allen J. Barwick, of 
Lenoir. 

CLERK AND STENOGROPHER— Miss 
Hattie B. Arrington, of Nash. 

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

INSPECTOR OF PUBLIC HIGH 
SCHOOLS— N. W. Walker, of Chapel Hill. 

ADJUTANT GENERAL— T. R. Robertson, 
or" Mecklenburg. 

STATE LIBRARIAN— M. O. Sherrill, of 
Catawba. 

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN— Miss Carrie E. 
Broughton, of Wake. 

COMMISSIONER OF LABOR AND PRINT- 
ING — M. L. Shipman, of Henderson. 

ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER — Geo. B. 
Justice, nf Rutlicrfordton. 

STENOGRAPHER— Miss Daisy Thompson, 
of Wake. 



looKing for a good banK, looK this way. 
BanK, RocKy Mount, N. C. 



STATE <."\ ERNMENT— EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



INSURANCE COMMISSIONER— Jamos R 
Young, of Vance. 

CLERK TO INSURANCE COMMISSION- 
ER— D. H. Milton, of Rockingham. 

QLERE AND STENOGRAPHER— Miss Ida 
Montgomery, of Wake. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC BUILD- 
INGS— C. C. Cherrr, of Edgecombe. 

STATE STANDARD KEEPER— L. H. 
Lumsden, of Wake. 

STATE PRINTER— E. M. Uzzell, of Wake 

Governor's Council. 

The Secretary of S'.ate, Auditor, Treas- 
urer, and Superintendent of Public Instruc- 
tion. 

State Board of Education. 

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

Board of Public Buildings and 

Grounds. 

The Governor, Secretary of State, Treas- 
urer, and Attorney-General. 

State Board of Pensions. 

The Governor, Auditor, and Attorney Gen- 
eral. 

County Board of Pensions. 

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

Board of Internal Improvements. 

The Governor, B. C. Beekwith, of Wake, 
R. A. Morrow, Union. 

Corporation Commission. 

Franklin McNeill, of New Hanover, Chair- 
man. (Term expires January, 1913). 

Samuel L. Kogers, or Macon. (Term ex- 
pires January, 1911. 

B. F. Ayeock, of Wayne. (Term expires 
January, 1915). 

henry C. Brown, of Surry, Chief Clerk. 
E. G. Riddick, of Gates, Stenogra- 
pher. 

Board of Charities. 

William A. Blair, (chairman), Winston- 
Salem. 
Jos. G. Brown, Raleigh. 
B. C. Dockery, Rockingham. 

Carey J. Hunter, Raleigh. 
A. C. McAlister, Asheboro. 
Miss Daisy Denson, Raleigh, Secretary. 

North Carolina 

Board. 

rd of Managers— Governor 
Kitchin, Ex-Officio Chairman. 
State Geologist— Jos. Hyde Pratt, Chapel 

Hill. 
Henry E. Fries, Winston. 



Geological 



w. w. 



TAKE HEAD-EASY 
HEADACHE 



Frank Wood, Edenton. 

Frank R. Hewett, Asheville. 

Hugh McRae, Wilmington. 

Scientific Staff— Joseph Hyde Pratt, As- 
sistant Geologist and Mineralogist, Chapel 
Hill, N. C; W. W. Ashe, Forester, Ra- 
leigh, N. C; B. S. Drane, Assistant Hy- 
drographer. Greensboro, N. C. ; W. L. Spoon, 
Engineer, Burlington, N. C. ; R. J. Sykes, 
Clerk of Statistician, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

State Board of School Ex- 
aminers. 

J. Y. Joyner, (chm. ex-offieio), Raleigh. 

Allen J. Barwick, (sec), Raleigh. 

N. W. Walker, Chapel Hill. 

John Graham, Warrenton. 

F. L. Stevens, West Raleigh. 

Z. V. Judd, Raleigh. 

State Board of Health. 

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

Thos. E. Anderson, 'I. D., Statesville. 

J. Howell Way, M. D., Waynesville. 

W. 0. Spencer, M. D., Winston-Salem. 

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

David T. Tayloe, M. D., Washington. 

J. \. Burroughs, M. D.. Asheville. 

J. L. Ludlow, C. E., Winston-Salem. 

lCK-harn H. Lewis, M. D., Sec. and Treas., 
Raleigh. 

State Board of Medical Ex- 
aminers. 

■J. C. Rodman, M. D., Washington, Chem- 
istry and Diseases of Children. 

Benj. K. Hays, M. D., Secretary-Treasurer, 
Oxford, Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 

L. B. MeBrayer, M. D., Asheville, Sur- 
fer v. 

W. W. McKenzie, M. D., Salisbury, Anat- 
omy and Pathology. 

H. H. Dodson, M. D., Greensboro, Prac- 
tice of Medicine. 

John Bynum, M. D., Winston-Salem, Ob- 
stetrics and Gynecology. 

J. L. Xiekolson, M. D., Richlands, Physi- 
ology and Hygiene. 

State Board of Agriculture. 

Maj. W. A. Graham, Commissioner, ex 
officio Chairman, Raleigh. 

First District— J. J. Laughinghouse, 
Greenville. 

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

Third District— Wm. Dunn, New Bern. 

Fourth District — Ashley 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— W. J. Shuford, Hickory. 

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

Commissioner — W. A. Graham. 

FOlT ~" 

AND NEURALGIA. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK . 

iMClflZENSBANK 

OF NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. 
Organized 1867 

CAPITAL $300,000.00 

SURPLUS 300,000.00 

McD. L. WRENN President 

J. W. PERRY Vice-President 

R. S. COHN Vice-President 

TENCH P. TILGHMAN Cashier 

GEO. J. TWOHY Trust Officer 

NORMAN BELL, JR Ass't Cashier 

DIRECTORS — McD. L. Wrenn, W. G. Swartz, E. L. 
Woodard, John S. Jenkins, A. B. Seldner, C. M. Bar- 
nett, R. B. Cooke, John Twohy, J. W. DeJarnette, V. 
L. Backus, M. K. King, R. S. Conn, R. H. Barrett. T. F. 
Tilghman, J. W. Perry, Geo. J. Twohy. 



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INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT. 

Bills of exchange issued on all of the principal cities of Europe. 

Charter authorizes Trust and Fiduciary accounts. Lock boxes for renl at moderate 
cost in the best appointed Safe Deposit Vaults and in the most modern flre-prool 
building in Tidewater Virginia. 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— E\H HT1VE DEPARTMENT. 



Si crel ary Elias < !arr. 
State Chemist— B. W. Kilgore. 
Veterinarian— Talt Butler. 
Assistant Vet -W. J. Hartman. 

Entoi Sherman, Jr. 

ntomolgist— Z. P. Metcalf. 
Naturalist tmd Curator— FT. H. Brimley. 
Borticulturist— W. 11. Hunt. 
Asaistanl Horticulturist— S. B. Shaw. 
Farm Demonstrator T. B. Parker. 
Chemist, Foods- W. M. Allen. 

a\ Chemist — J. M. Pickle. 

mist— W. G. Haywood. 
Assistant Chemist, Soils— G. M. MacNider 

Chemist— L. L. Brinkley. 
\ t Chi mist — S. O. Perkins. 

Chemist — Hampden Hill. 
R. W. Seott, Jr., Superintendent Edge- 
ccmb irm, Rocky Mount, N. C. 

F. T. Meacham, Superintendent Iredell 

Hard, N. C. 
John II. . Superintendent Pender 

Test Farm, Wilard, N. C. 

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



State Board of Elections. 

Wilson O. Lamb, (chm.), Williamsron. 
Robert T. Claywell, Morganton. 
R. L. Smith. Albemarle. 

•nee Call, Wilkesboro. 
A. B. Freeman, Hendersonville. 

Directors State's Prison. 

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

S. A. Hearne, Albemarle. 

J. P. Kerr, Ashevile. 

W. E. Cropland, Rockingham. 

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. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner of Agri- 
ture, Chairman, Raleigh. 

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

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

Franklin Sherman, Jr., Entomologist, 
Raleigh. 

Elias Carr, Secretary, Raleigh. 

State Highway Commission. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner of Agri- 
culture, Raleigh. 

Jos. Hyde Pratt, State Geologist, Chapel 
Hi.]. 

Elias Carr, Secretary, Raleigh. 



State Institutions. 

THE CNIVERSITY OF NORTH CARO 
I INA — Chapel Hill; Francis Preston Ven 
able, f'h. D., President. 

NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE OF AG 
IM( OLTURE AND MECHANIC ARTS— Ral 
eigh; I). II. Hill, President. 

NORTH CAROILNA AGRICULTURAL EX 
PERIMENT STATION— D. H. Hill, Presi- 
dent; B. W. Kilgore, Director. 

THE STATE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL 
COLLEGE— J. I. Foust, President. 

NORTH CAROLINA INSTITUTION FOR 
THE DEAF, DUMB AND BLIND— Raleigh ; 
John E. Raj', A. M., Principal. 

NORMAL DEPARTMENT OF CULLO- 
WHEE HIGH SCHOOL— Painter; J. N. Wil- 
son, Teacher in Charge. 

NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL FOR THE 
DEAF AND DUMB— Morganton; E. McK. 
Goodwin, M. A., Superintendent. 

CENTRAL HOSPITAL— Raleigh; James 
McSee, M. D., Superintendent. 

THE STATE HOSPITAL— Morganton, Jno. 
Mc( ampbell, M. D., Superintendent. 

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

CENTRAL PRISON— Raleigh, J. S. Mann, 
Superintendent, Raleigh. 

OXFORD ORPHAN ASYLUM— Oxford ; 
under auspices of Grand Lodge of Masons; 
W. J. Hicks, Superintendent. Partly sup- 
ported bv the State. 

AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL 
COLLEGE FOR THE COLORED RACE— 
Greensboro; James B. Dudley, President. 

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. 

S. C. Penn, Reidsville. 

L. Banks Holt, Graham. 

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

On Part of State: 
J. W. Grainger, Prgs , Kinston. 
W. S. Chadwick, Beaufort. 
L. G. Daniels, New Bern. 
L. P. Tapp, Kinston. 
A. C. A very, Jr., Morganton. 
W. H. Bagley, Raleigh. 
D. B. Hooker, Bayboro. 
W. D. Creech, Goldsboro. 
State's Proxy, T. D. Warren, Trenton. 

Oyster Commissioner. 

Wm. M. Webb, Morehead City. 

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



TARE HEAD-EASY FOR 



HEADACHE AND NEURALGIA. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 



Strongest in the South 

JEFFERSON 



Standard Life BrB surance Co. 
Home Offices RALEIGH, N. C. 

f CASH SURPLUS TO POLICYHOLDERS $500,000.00 "} 

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Pay your bills by cbecKs. Open a checliing ac- 
count with Planters BanK, RocKy Mount, N. C. 



STATE GOVERNMENT EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



Directors State Normal and 
Industrial College at 
Greensboro. 

,7. v. Joyner, Chairman, ex-officio. 

First District— T. S. McMullan, Hertford. 

Second District— A. J. Conner, Rich 
Square. 

Third District— B. F. Aycock, Fremont. 

Fourth District— R. T. Cray, Raleigh. 

Fiftli District— S. M. Gattis, Hillsboro. 

Sixth District— Walker Taylor, Wilming- 
ton. 

Seventh District— T. B. Bailey, Mocks 
ville. 

Eighth District— J. L. Nelson, Lenoir. 

Ninth District— C. H. Mebane. Newton. 

Tenth District— J. D. Murphy, Asheville 

Directors D. D. and B. Insti> 

tution, Raleigh. 

J. E. Pogue, (chm.), Raleigh. 
Robt. L. Steele, Roclunghara. 
R. H. Haves, Pittsboro. 
A. L. McNeil, Sanford. 
R. I?. Boyd, Warrenton. 
J. 11. Weathers, Raleigh. 
J. T. Rowland, Raleigh. 
J. L. McMillan, Red Springs. 
R. B. Bollman, Timberland. 
G. B. Lineberry, Winterville. 
J. G. Boylin, Wadesboro. 

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

\V. D. Turner, Statesville. 
R. II. Ricks, Rocky Mount. 
O. Max Gardner, Shelby. 
Locke Craig, Asheville 

C. W. Cold, Wilson. 

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

D. A. Tompkins, Charlotte. 
J. T. Ellinerton, Clavton. 
W. E. Daniel, Weldon. 

W. H. Ragan, High Point. 
W. B. Cooper, Wilmington. 
\l B. Stickley, Concord. 
T. T. Ballinger, Tryon. 
v. B. Broughton, Raleigh. 
O. L. Clark, Clarkton. 

Directors of the School for the 

D. and D. at Morganton. 

Archibald Johnson, Thomasville. 
J. C. Seagle, Lenoir. 
A. C. Miller, Shelby. 
J. P. Jeter, Morganton. 
M. II. Molt. Oak Ridge. 
A. I.. James, Laurinburg. 
W. R. Whitson, Asheville. 
J. L. Scott, Jr., Graham. 



Directors 



State 
Raleigh. 



Hospital, 



John W. Thompson, (chm.), Raleigh. 
J. D. Biggs, Williamston. 
Edward Smith, Godwin. 
S. O. Middleton, Hallsville. 



VY. II. Whitehead. Rocky Mount. 
Robt. II. Stancill, Margarettsville. 
Jas. M. Parrott, Kinston. 
\ . I'. Yarborough, Louisburg. 
K. S. McCoin, Henderson. 
Miss Mary Davis, Secretary to Board and 
Executive Committee, and Stenographer. 

Directors State Hospital at 
Morganton. 

J. P. Caldwell, Chairman, Charlotte. 

James P. 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 Point. 
Jno. W. McMinn, Brevard. 

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

Officers— M. C. S. Noble, Chapel Hill, 
Chairman. 

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

First District— W. R. Williams, Falkland. 

Second District — W. A. Darden, Ayden. 

Third District — W. R. Newberry, Mag- 
nolia. 

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

Fifth District — J. I. Foust, Greensboro. 

Sixth District— E. M. Hughes, Fayette- 
ville. 

Seventh District — C. C. Crawford. 

Eighth District — S. Bryan, Salisbury. 

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

Tenth District— M. W. Bell, Murphy. 

At Large — Chas. G. Rose, Fayetteville ; 
J B. Minor, Greensboro; W. A. Enloe, 
Dillsboro; R. W. Mor-his, Reidsville; M. 
C. S. Noble, Chapel Hill; G. T. Dunlap, 
Norwood. 

Board Directors State Hos- 
pital at Goldsboro. 

D. .,'. Bullock. Wilmington. 
W. L. Hill, Warsaw. 

B. W. Edwards, Snow Hill. 

C. F. Herring, Goldsboro. 

W. E. Headen, Morehead City. 

D. E. McKinnie. Princeton. 
Dr. T. M. Jordan. Raleigh. 
W. A. Stewart, Dunn. 

E. A. Darden, Wilson. 

Directors Soldiers' Home. 

A. B. Andrews, Chairman, Raleigh. 

J. S. Carr, Durham. 

J. A. Ramsey, Salisbury. 

A. B. Stronacn, Raleigh. 

B. F. Dix^n, Secretary, Raleigh. 
Executive Committee — A. B. Stronach, 

Chairman; B. F. Dixon, Secretary; J. S. 
Carr. 



TAKE HEAD-EASY FOR 

HEADACHE AND NEURALGIA. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 



[Desinnated /the state of north Carolina, i 
w^aiyiici^u /THE COUNTY OF WAKE, 

Depository Oil the city of raleigh, 
\THE NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD J 

The Commercial National Bank 



of RALEIGH, N. C. 



OFFICERS: 
B. S. JERMAN, President. H. W. JACKSON, Cashier. 

A. A. THOMPSON, Yice-Pres. E. B. CROW, Ass't Cashier. 

J. J. THOMAS, Chairman of Board. J. E. SHEPHERD, Attorney. 

Capital $100,000.00 
Surplus, 100,000.00 

Resources, 1,125,000.00 

DIRECTORS: 

J. J. THOMAS, Chairman of Board. 
-^0r, . ALF. A. THOMPSON, President Ral- 

eigh Cotton Mi. Is. 

CAREY J. HUNTER, Supt. Union 
Central Life Insurance Company. 

R. B. RANEY, Gen. Agent Perm Mu- 
tual Life Insurance Company. 

THOS. H. BRIGGS, of Thos. H. Briggs 
& Sons, Hardware. 

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

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

HENRY A. LONDON, Attorney at 
Law, Pittsboro. 

ASHLEY HORNE, President Clayton 
Banking Company. I layton, V I . 

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

ASHBY L. BAKER, President Virginia 
< lotton Mills. 

B. S. JERMAN, President. 

II. W. JACKSON, « ashi( r. 

Solicits the accounts of Banks, Bankers, Cotton 
Mills, Corporations and Individuals 




* Planters BanK ofllocKy Mount, N. C. Safety 
Deposit Boxes for rent, $2.50 to $5.00 per year. 



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STATE <;<»\ ERNMENT— L EGISLATTVE DEPARTMENT. 



Bank Examiners. 
.1. K. Doughton, Winston-Salem. 

\V. I,. Williams (.\ssisvant), Fayetteville. 

The Audubon Society of North 
Carolina. 

President— R. H. Lewis, Raleigh. 

Vice-President — J. Y. Joynev Raleigh. 

Secretary — T. Gilbert Pearson, Greensboro. 

Treasurer — E. W. Gudger, Greensboro. 

See. Jr. Dept— Mrs. W. C. A. Hamrnel, 
Greensboro. 

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

Hoard of Visitors University of 
North Carolina. 

R. B. Redwine, Monroe. 
Frank A. Daniels. Go'osboro. 
Z. V. Walser, Lexington. 

Board of Examination and Reg- 
istration. 

II. W. Glasscock, Raleigh. 
A. II. Zealy, Goldsboro. 
A. R. Tucker, Durham. 
W. B. Meacham, Asheville. 
Elizabeth Tucker, Durham. 



Members of Historical Commis- 
sion. 

J. Brvan Grimes, Grimesland. 
\V. .1. Peele, Raleigh. 
D. H. Hill, Raleigh. 
Thos. W. Blount, Roper. 
M. C. S. Noble, Chapel Hill. 



Director and State's Proxy, 

Wilkcsboro & Jefferson 

Turnpike Co. 

i ! o. L. Park, Jefierson. 

Fish Commissioner. 

Thco. S. Meekins, Manteo. 

Board of Commissioners of Nav- 
igation and Pilotage Cape 
Fear River and Bar. 

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

State Hospital Commission 

CTias. A. Webb, Asheville. 
E. F. Aydlett, Elizabeth City. 
W. A. Erwin, Durham. 
J. W. McNeil, Hope Mills. 
J. H. AVeddington, Charlotte. 

Executive Committee, University 
of North Carolina. 

W. W. Kitchin, ex-officio, Chairman, Ral- 
eigh. 

R. H. Battle, Secretary, Raleigh. 
\. R. Andrews, Raleigh. 
Thomas S. Kenan, Raleigh. 
Julian S. Carr, Durham. 
• Ill in W. Graham, Hillsboro. 
Richard H. Lewis, Raleigh. 
Josephus Daniels, Raleigh. 
Claudius Dockery, Raleigh. 

State ^Laboratory of Hygiene. 

Dr. C. A. Shore, Director. 
J. W. Kellogg, Assistant. 
Miss Daisy B. Allen, Chemist. 



State Go /ernmznl— Legislative Department. 



SENATE. 
FIRST DISTRICT— (Camden, Chowan, 
Currituck. Gates, Bertford, Pasquotank, 
Perquimans): E. R. Johnson, (D.), Cur- 
rituck; A. P. Godwin, (D.), Gatesville. 

-i ' ON!) i Beaufort, Dare, Hyde, Mar- 
i ii. Pamlico, Tyrrell, Washington): V. 
B. Martin, (D.), Williamston; F. P. Lath- 
am. (D.i, Washington. 

'I'll: tie, Northampton) 

Gaj . ii>.). Jackson. 
Fot RTH i Halifax): 

Halifax. 
FIFTH- i Edgecombe): 
(D.i, Rockj Mount. 

SIXTH (Pitt): A. 
Greenville. 

BNTH- (Franklin, 
r. Holden, (D.), 
.Mi.), Kim City 
EIGHTH ' arteret, Craven, Greene, 
Jones, Lenoir, Onslow): J. W. Burton, 
(I).), Jacksonville; V. T. Ormond, (D.), 
Kinston. 



E. 



B. S. 



L. Travis, 



L. V. 



Bassett. 



L. Blow, (D.), 

h, Wilson): 
Louisburg; J. D. 



NINTH— (Wayne): J. L. Barham, (D.), 
Goldsboro. 

TENTH— (Duplin, Pender): Edward 
Hawes, (D.), Atkinson. 

ELEVENTH— (Brunswick, New Han- 
over): B. (i. Empie, (D.), Wilmington. 

TWELFTH— (Bladen, Columbus): 0. L. 
Clark, (D.), Clarkton. 

THIRTEENTH— (Robeson) : D. P. Shaw, 
(D.), Lumberton. 

FOURTEENTH— (Cumberland) : Q. K. 
Nimocks, (D.), Favetteville. 

FIFTEENTH — (Harnett, Johnston, 
Sampson): J. O. Matthews, (R.), Ingold; 
Wm. G. Turner, (R.), Coats. 

SIXTEENTH— (Wake) : W. B. Jones, 

(D.), Raleigh. 

SEVENTEENTH- -(Warren, Vance) : 
T. Powell, (D.), Henderson. 

EIGHTEENTH— (Granville, Person) : 
A. Long, (D.), Roxboro. 

NINETEENTH — (Alamance, Caswell, 
Durham, Orange): J. L. Scott, Jr., (D.), 
Graham; J. S. Manning, (D.), Durham. 



H. 
J. 



TAKE HEAD-EASY FOR 

HEADACHE AND NEURALGIA. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 



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The NORFOLK NATIONAL BANK 

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 

United States Depositary 

CAPITAL $1,000,000.00 

SURPLUS 500,000.00 

Has unsurpassed facilities in every branch of legitimate banking. Accounts of 
Banks and Bankers received on most favorable terms. Prompt and careful atten- 
tion given to collections. Collections made and money transferred by telegraph to 
all parts of the world. We will be pleased to correspond with those who may con- 
template making changes or opening new accounts. 

OFFICERS: 
CALDWELL HARDY, 

President. 
A. B. SCHWARZKOPF, 
Cashier. 



E. T. LAMB, 

Vice-President. 
W. A. GODWIN, 

Ass't Cashier. 



Directors : — 

C. W. Grandy, of C. W. Grandy & Sons; W. D. Rountree, of W. D. Rountree & 
Co.- Wm. H. White, President R. F. & P. R. R. ; F. S. Royster, President F. s. I' 
ter Guano Co.; R. P. Waller, D. Lowenberg, J. G. Womble; C. Billups, of C. Bil- 
lups, Son & Co.; Caldwell Hardy, President; Wm. M. Whaley, President Roanoke R. 
R. & L. Co.; Henry Kirn, G. M. Serpell, General Manager A. C. L. Ry. ; William 
Sloane, of William Sloane & Co.; E. T. Lamb, General Agent Southern Railway; 
W. T. Ham, of W. T. Ham & Co.; James M. Barr, President Black Mountain Collie- 
ries Co.; Leroy W. Davis, President O. D. Tobacco Co.; Robt. B. Tunstall, Attorney 
at Law; Hugh C. Davis, Attorney at Law; Chas. W. Priddy, President Pocomoke 
Guano Co.; C. W. Grandy, Jr., A. B. Schwarzkopf, Cashier; T. A. Jones, of Savage, 
Son & Co. 



W. B. 



A. 



TWKNTIETH— (Rockingham) : 
Wray, (R.), Reidsville. 

TWENTY - FIRST— (Guilford) 
Barringer, (D.), Greensboro. 

TWENTY - SECOND— (Chatham, Moore, 
Scotland, Richmond) : A. S. Dockery, 
(D.), Rockingham; Jonathan Peele, (D.), 
Laurinbui-g. 

T\Yi:\T\ THIRD— (Montgomery, Ran- 
dolph): J. A. Spence, (D.), Asheboro. 

TWENTY-FOURTH}— (Anson, Davidpom 
Stanlv, Union): J. A. Lockhart, (D.), 
Wadesboro; G. F. Hankins, (D.), Lexington. 

TWENTY - FIFTH— (Cabarrus, Mecklen- 
burg): H. N. Pharr, (D.), Charlotte; P. 
B. Means, (D.), Concord 

TWENTY-SIXTH— (Rowan) : Whitehead 

Kluttz, (D.), Salisbury. 

TWENTY-SEVENTH— (Forsyth) : H. R. 
Starbuck, (R.), Winston-Salem. 

TWENTY-EIGHTH —.(Stokes, Surry): 
John M. Reynolds, (R.), Madison. R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

TWENTY-NINTH— (Davie, Wilkes, Yad- 
kin): William Lee, (R.), Summit. 

THIRTIETH— (Iredell) : Zeb V. Long, 
1 (D.), Statesville. 

THIRTY - FIRST— (Catawba, Linco n) : 
J. D. Elliott, (D.), Hickory. 

THIRTY - SECOND— (Gaston) : W. T. 
Love, (D.), Gastonia. 

THIRTY - THIRD— (Cleveland, Hender 
son, Rutherford, Polk): McD. Ray, (D.), 
Hendersonville; John C. Mills, (D.), 



Rutherfordton. 

THIRTY - FOURTH— (AJexander, Burke, 
Caldwell, McDowell): Caswell Sherrill, 
(R.), Lenoir, R. F. D. ; Samuel A. Mc- 
Call, (R.), Gibbs. 

THTRTY-FIFTH— (Alleghanv, Ashe, Wa- 
tauga): R. L. Doughton, (D.), Laurel 
Springs. 

THIRTY - SIXTH— (Madison, Mitchell, 
Yancey): J. F. Tilson, (R.), Marshall, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

THIRTY - SEVENTH— (Buncombe): J. 
J Britt, (R.), Asheville. 

THIRTY - EIGHTH— (Haj w ood, 
son, Transylvania, Swain): A. M. 
(D.), Bryson City. 

THIRTY - NINTH— (Cherokee, 
Graham, Macon) : W. J. West, 
West's Mills. 

Officers State Senate. 

President — W. C. Newland, Lenoir. 

President Pro Tempore— Whitehead Kluttz, 
Salisbury. 

Reading Clerk Mark Squin s, l.enoir. 

Engrossing Clerk— W. E. Hooks, Aydeii. 

Principal Clerk— A. J. Maxwell, Dover. 
Raleigh. 

Sergeant-at-Arms— R. M. Staley, Wilkes- 
boro. 

Assistant Deei Keepi r Nil holas I 

THE HOUSE. 

Alamance— Dr. J. A. Pickett, (R.), Bur- 
lington. 






Jack- 
Fry, 

Clay, 
(R.), 



* Planters BanK, RocKy Mount, N. C. Capital, 
$50,000 ; Surplus and Profits, $48,000. 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 



Wilmington Granite 

and Marble Works 



R. D. TUCKER, Prop'r 

W.LMIXGTON, N. C 



Monuments, Headstones and 
Iron Fencing 



Illustrated Catalogue on Application. 



Box 277. 



-Will Linnev 



-R. 



A. 



(R.), Taylors- 
Doughton, (D.), 



N. Harshaw, (R.). Lenoir. 
C. Cook, (D.). Indiantown. 

S. Wallace, (D.), More-head 

E. Henderson, (D.), Milton. 
Yates Killian, (R.)> New- 



Alexander 
ville. 

Alleghany- 
Sparta. 

Anson— T. C. Coxe, (D.), Wadesboro. 

Ashe T. C. Bowie, (D.), Jefferson. 

Beaufort— Frank B. Hooker, (D.), Ma- 
li. i: John F. Latham, (D.), Washington. 
tie \. S. Rascoe, (D.), Windsor. 
len— G. D. Perry, (D.), Elizabeth- 
town. 

Brunswick— C. Ed. Taylor, (R.), South- 
port. 

Buncombe — Zeb Weaver, CD.), Weaver- 
ville; H. J. Gaston, (D.), Hominy. 

Burke — T. L. Sigmon, (D.), Morganton. 

Cabarrus— H. S. Williams, (R.), Con- 
cord. 

< ildwell— M. 

< 'amden — J. 
Carteret— C. 

City. 

ell— A. 

Catawba — J. 

Chatham— R. IT. Haves, (D.), Pittsboro. 
Cherokee— T. C. McDonald, CR.), Mur- 
phy. 

wan— W. S. Privott, (D.), Edenton. 

Clay— R. E. Crawford, (D.), Hayesville. 

Cleveland— B. S. Lovelace, (D.), Shelby. 

Columbus — J. G. Butler, (D.), Pireway. 

Craven — E. M. Green, (D.). New Bern. 
berland— J. H. Currie, (D.), Fay- 
etteville; John Underwood, (D.), F&yetre- 
ville. 

Currituck — Pierce Hampton, (D.), Wa- 
i Lily. 

T. Williams, (D.), Avon. 
idson— T. Earle McCrary, (R.), Lex- 
ington. 

Davie— A. T. Grant, Jr., (R.), Mocks- 
ville. 

Duplin— J. A. Gavin, Jr., (D.), Kcnans- 
ville. 

Durham— T. E. Smith, (D.), Durham. 

Edgecombe — Hugh B. Bryant, CD. ), Bat- 
tlel : Dr. M. B. Pitt, (£>.), Macclesfield. 

Forsyth— S. E. Hall, CR.), Winston-Sa- 
lem; J. T. Stimpson, CR.;, 
lem. 

Franklin— Dr. R. P. Floyd, 
burg. 



Winston-Sa- 
(D.), Louis- 



Gaston— R. K. Davenport, CD.), Mt. 
Ii..lly; N. B. Kendrick, CD.), Cherryville. 

Gates — Lvcurgus Hofler, (D.), Gatesville. 

Graham— W. P. Rose, (R.), Southworth. 

Granville— A. W. Graham, (D.), Ox- 
ford. 

Albritton, (D.), Snow 



J. Murphy, 
R. Gordon, 



(D.), 
(D.), 



Greene — J. 
Hill. 

Guilford — Thomas 
Greensboro; Dr. J 
Jamestown. 

Halifax— A. P. Kitchin, (D.), Scotland 
Neck; H. S. Harrison, (D.), Enfield. 

Harnett— N. A. Smith, (D.), Kipling. 

Haywood — W. T. Lee, (D.), Wavnesville. 

Henderson— J. S. Rhodes, (R.), Fletch 
ers. 

Hertford— David C. Barnes, (D.), Mur 
freesboro. 

Hyde— J. W. McWilliams, (D.), Ocra 
coke. 

Iredell — Z. V. Turlington, (D.), Moores- 
ville; M. D. Tomlin, (D.), Statesville. 

Jackson — Frank Jarrett, (R.), Dillsboro. 

Johnston— J. Walter Mvatt, (D.), Clay- 
ton, R. F. D. No. 1; J. W. Barnes, (D.), 
Clayton. 

Jones — John C. Parker, (D.), Trenton. 

Lenoir — E. R. Wooten, (D.), Kinston. 

Lincoln — H. D. Warlick, (D.), Lincoln- 
ton. 

.Macon— T. B. Higdon, (R.), Franklin. 

Madison— A. J. McDevitt, (R.), Walnut. 

Martin— Harry W. Stubbs, (D.), Wil- 
li amston. 

McDowell— B. B. Price, (D.), Marion. 

Mecklenburg— W. G. McLaughlin, (D.), 
Charlotte, R. F. D. No. 3; W. A. Grier, 
(D.), Charlotte, R. F. D. No. 3; W. C. 
Dowd, (D.), Charlotte. 

Mitchell— S. J. Turner. 
Cruces. 

Montgomery — Robert T. 
Troy. 

Moore and Lee — D. A. McDonald, 
Carthage. 

Nash— J. C. Braswell, CD.), Whitakers. 

New Hanover — George L. Morton, (D.), 
Wilmington. 

Northampton— Dr. M. Bolton, (D.), 
Rich Square. 

Onslow — E. M. Koonce, (D.), Jackson- 



(R.), Valle 
Poole, (D.), 
(D.), 



TAKE HEAD-EASY 
HEADACHE 



FOR 

AND NEURALGIA. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— L EGISLATIYE DEPARTMENT. 



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Capital, $100,000 

CALDWELL. HARDY, 

President. 



Surplus, $200,000 



C. W. GRANDY, 

Vice-President. 



AY. W. VICAR, 

Cashier. 



The Norfolk Bank 
For Savings and Trusts 

Offers Its Services in Its 

SAVINGS DEPARTMENT 

TRUSTS DEPARTMENT 

COMMERCIAL . . . . DEPARTMENT 
SAFE DEPOSIT .... DEPARTMENT 



DIRECTORS: 



J. G. Womble 
M. L. T. Davis 
.D. Lowenberg- 
C. W. Grandy 
Geo. L. Arps 
R. P. Waller 
Thos. H. Willcox 
Henry Kirn 
Wm. H. White 
Caldwell Hardy 
W. W. Vicar 
C. Billnps 



Wm. M. Whaley 
C. A. Woodard 
John N. Vanghan 
G. M. Serpell 
C. Brooks Johnston 
L. P. Roberts 
Robert Tait 
DeConrcy W. Thorn 
Dr. R. L. Payne 
E. T. Lamb 
Hugh C. Davis 



-T. E. Sparrow, (R.), Hills- 



Martin, (D.), Arapahoe. 
N. Morgan, (D.), Eliza- 



T. 



Fov, 
L. 



(D.), Burgaw. 
Reed, (D.), 



Rom 



(D.); Ham- 



ville. 

Orange- 
boro. 

Pamlico — J. B. 

Pasquotank — S. 
beth City. 

Pender — Joseph 

Perquimans — Ernest 
Hertford. 

Person— F. 0. Carver, (R.), Roxboro. 

Pitt— R. R. Cotton, CD.), Bruce; Dr, 
B. T. Cox, (D.), Winterville. 

Polk— J. B. Livingston, (D.), Tryon. 

Randolph— Thomas J. Redding, (D.), 
Randleman, R. F. D. No. 3; J. 
Smith, (D.), Liberty. 

Richmond— M. C. Freeman, 
let. 

Robeson— W. J. McLeod, (D.), Red 
Springs: Marshall Shepherd. (T).). Alma. 

Rockingham— G. T. Davis, (D.), Reids- 
ville, R. F. D. ; W. I. Witty, (D.), Sum- 
merfleld, R. F. D. 

Rowan— John M. Julian, (D.), Salis- 
bury; D. M. Carlton, (D.), Salisbury. 

Rutherford— L. C. Dailey, (D.), Ellen- 
boro. 

Sampson — James T. Kennedy, (R.) f 
Moltonville; B. H. Crumpler, (R.), Clin- 
ton. 

Scotland— T. C. Everett, (D.), Laurin- 
burg. 

Stanley— Dr. J. I. Campbell, (R.), New 
London. 

Stokes— James M. Fagg, (R.), Red 
Shoals. 

Surry— R. T. Haymore, (R.), Mt. Airy. 



Swain— G. N. Gibbs, (R.), Whittier. 

Transylvania — George W. Wilson, (D.), 
Penrose. 

Tyrrell— Mark Midgett, (D.), Columbia. 

Union — R. W. Lemmond, (D.), -Mon- 
roe; R. Nay McNeely, (D.), Monroe. 

Vance— B. H. Perry, (D.), Henderson. 

Wake— A. L. Cox, (D.), Raleigh; J. W. 
Hinsdale, (T>.), Raleigh; E. T. Scarboro, 
(D.), Eagle Rock. 

Warren— T. O. Rodwell, (D.), Warren- 
ton. 

Washington — C. W. Snell, (R.), 

Mackey's Ferry. 

Watauga— Smith Hageman, (D.), Vilas, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Wayne— J. E. Kelly, (D.I, Mt. Olive; 
J. H. Mitchell, (D.), Goldsboro. 

Wilkes— T. N. llav.s, (R.), Purlcar; A. 
Caudell, (R.). Hayes. 

Wilson— George W. Connor, (D.), Wil- 
son. 

Yadkin— F. W. Hanes, (R.), Yadkin- 
ville. 

Yancey— D. M. Buck, (D.), Bkld Moun- 
tain. 

Officers House Representatives. 

Speaker— A. W. Graham, Oxford. 
Principal clerk— T. G. Cobb, Morganton. 
Heading clerk It. M. Phillips, Sanford. 
Engrossing Clerk— M. D. Kinsland, 
Waynesville. 

|)cx ir- Keeper— G. L. Kilpatrick, Kin-Ion. 
Assistant Poor-Keeperl). II. James, Scot- 
land Neck. 

Enrolling Clerk— E. B. Norvcll, Murphy. 



Planters BanK, RocKy Mount, N. C. J. C. Bras- 
well, Pres. ; Jno. M. Sherrod, Vice-Pres.; J. W. 
AycocK, Cashier; C. V. Brown, Asst. Cashier. 



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STATE GOVERNMENT .11 I HHUI, DEPARTMENT. 



Slate Government— Judicial Department. 



THE SUPREME COURT OF 
NORTH CAROLINA. 

Waller Clark, of Wake, Chief Justice. 

Piatt 1). Walker, of Mecklenburg, Asso- 
ciate Justice. 

Henry C Connor, of Wilson, Associate 
Justice. 

William A. Hoke, of Lincoln, Associate 
Justice. 

Se II. Brown, Jr., of Beaufort, Asso- 
: ice. 

Thomas S. Kenan, of Raleigh, Clerk. 

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

Robert H. Bradley, of Raleigh, Marshal 
'ind Librarian. 

long, of Raleigh, Reporter. 

Tne Supreme Court meets on the first 
Monday of February and the fourth Monday 
of Aujrust of each year. The call of appeals 
from the Judicial Districts begins on Tues- 
day of each week during the term. 

Applicants for License to 
Practice Law. 

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

E well's Essentials, 3 volumes; 

Clark on Corporations; 

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. 

Each 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. 

II. 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. 

III. 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 District. 

GEORGE W. WARD, Resident Judge, 
Elizabeth iiU. 

HALLETT S. WARD, Solicitor, Washing- 
ton. 

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

FALL TERM— Geo. W. Ward, Elizabeth 
City, Presiding Judge. 

BEAUFORT— Feb. Sth (2 weeks): April 
19th, civil cases only; May 17th, (3 weeks'), 
1st and 2nd civil cases only, last criminal 
cases only; October 25th, (2 weeks); De- 
cember 6th (3 weeks), 1st and 2nd civil 
eases onlv, last criminal cases only. 

I \MI>EX— March 1st; September 13th. 

CHOWAN— March. 29th; October 4th. 

CI RRITUOK— February 22nd; Sept. 6th. 

DARE— May 3rd; Nov. 15th. 

GATES— April 5th; Oct. 11. 

HYDE— Mav 10th; Nov. 29th. 

PASQUOTANK— Jan. 11th, (2 weeks), 
civil cases only; March Sth, (2 weeks); 
Sept. 20th; Nov. 22nd, civil cases onlv. 

PERQUIMANS— March 22nd; Sept. 29th. 

TYRRELL— April 26th; Nov. 8th. 

WASHINGTON— Jan. 25th, civil cases 
only; April 12th; Oct- 18th. 

Second Judicial District. 

ROBERT B. PEEBLES, Resident Judge, 

T'l CkSOTI 

JOHN H. KERR, Solicitor, Warrenton. 

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

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

BERTIE— Feb. 15th; April 26th (2 weeks); 
Sept. 13th; Nov. 15th (2 weeks). 

HALIFAX — Jan. 25th (criminal cases 
onlv); March 1st (2 weeks); May 31st (2 
weeks); Aug. 23rd (2 weeks); Nov. 29th (2 
weeks) . 

HERTFORD— Feb. 22nd; April 19th, jail 
and civil cases; Aug. 16th; Oct. ISth ^2 
weeks), jail and civil cases. 

NORTHAMPTON— Jan. ISth, jail and civil 
cases ; March 22nd (2 weeks) ; Aug. 2nd, jail 
and civil cases; Nov. 1st (2 weeks). 

WARREN— Feb. Sth; June 14th (2 
weeks); Sept. 20th (2 weeks). 

Third Judicial District. 

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

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

SPRING TERM— Chas. M. Cooke, Louis- 
burg, Presiding Judge. 



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NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 



CAPITAL $1,000,000.00 

SURPLUS and PROFITS 500,000.00 

DEPOSITARY OF THE UNITED STATES, U. S. COURT AND OF 
THE CITY OF NORFOLK. 

DEPOSITS, $4,800,000.00 

Respectfully solicits the business of Banks, Bankers, Corpora- 
tions, and Individuals, and assures to its clients a thoroughly effi- 
cient service, and an intelligent attention to details. 

NATHANIEL BEAMAN, President. 

TAZEWELL TAYLOR, Vice-President. 
H. M. KERR, Cashier. 

M. C. FEREBEE, Assistant Cashier. 

F. A. PORTER, Assistant Cashier. 



FALL TERM— 0. H. Guion, New Bern, 
Presiding Judge. 

CARTERET— March 8th; Oct. 18th. 

CRAVEN— Feb. 1st, criminal cases only; 
April 5th, civil cases only; May 3rd (2 
weeks), civil cases only; June- 14th, crimi- 
nal cases only; Oct. 4th (2 weeks), 1st 
week, criminal cases only, 2nd week, civil 
cases only; Nov. 22nd (2 weeks), civil cases 
onlv. 

GREENE— Feb. 22nd (2 weeks); May 24th 
(2 weeks), civil cases only; Sept. 6th; Dec. 
6th. 

JONES— March 29th; Nov. 1st. 

PAMLICO— April 12th; Oct. 25th. 

PITT— Jan. 11th; March loth (2 weeks), 
civil cases only; April 19th (2 weeks); May 
17th, civil cases only; Aug. 23rd (2 weeks), 
civil cases only; Sept. 20th (2 weeks); Nov. 
8th (2 weeks), civil cases only; Dec. 13th 
(2 weeks), civil cases only. 

Fourth Judicial District. 

CHARLES M. COOKE, Resident Judge, 
Louisburg. 

CHARLES C. DANIELS, Solicitor, Wilson. 

SPRING TERM— O. H. Allen, Kinston, 
Presiding Judge. . 

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

EDGECOMBE— March 1st; March 29th (2 
weeks), civil cases only; May 31st, (2 
weeks); Sept. 13th; Nov. 1st (2 week I, 
civil cases only. 



FRANKLIN— Jan. 18th (2 weeks); April 
12th (2 weeks); Aug. 23rd, criminal cases 
onlv; Oct. 18th (2 weeks), civil cases only. 

MARTIN— March 15th; Jnne 21st; Sept. 
20th; Dec. 13th. 

NASH— March 8th, civil cases only; March 
22nd, civil cases only; April 26th i 
1st week criminal cases only, 2nd week 
civil cases only; Aug. 30th, criminal cases 
only; Nov. 29th, (2 weeks), 1st week crim- 
inal cases only, 2nd week civil cases only. 

VANCE— Feb. 15th (2 weeks); May 17th 
(2 weeks); Oct. 4th (2 weeks). 

WILSON— Feb. 1st (2 weeks), 2nd week 
civil cases only; May 10th; Sept. 6th; Nov. 
15th (2 weeks), civil cases only; Dec. 20th, 
criminal cases only. 

Fifth Judicial District. 

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

RODOLPH DUFFY, Solicitor, Catharine 
Lake. 

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

FALL TERM— 0. H. Allen, Kinston, Pre- 
siding Judge. 

DUPLIN— Feb. 15th (2 weeks); Aug. 30th 
(2 weeks); Nov. 22nd (2 weel 

LENOIR— Jan. 4th, civil cases only; Mcu. 
8th (2 weeks), 1st week civil cases only, 
■2nd week criminal cases onlj : U lj 17th, 
civil cases only; June 7th (2 weeks), Lsi 



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week civil cases only, '-'ml week criminal 
cases only; Vup :;inl, criminal cases (inly; 
\.i\ . 81 h c w eeks i, civil casi s onlj ; Dec. 
18th (2 weeks), criminal cases only. 

\i w n Win i i; .i in. i -iii (2 wi i 
criminal cases only; March 29th (3 weeks), 
1st week criminal i a i only, last two 
civil cases only; May 24th (2 weeks), 
civil cases only; July 26th (2 weeks), crimi- 
nal cases only; Sept. 27th (3 weeks), 1st 
week criminal cases only, last two weeks 
civil cases only; Dec. 6th, civil cases only. 

ONSLOW Mardi 1st; April 19th; July 
Oct. 18th. 

PENDER- Jan. 11th; March 22nd; Sept. 
13th (2 weeks). 

SAMPSON Feb. 1st (2 weeks); April 26th 
(2 weeks); Aug. 9th (2 week-;; Oct. 25th 
(2 weeks). 

Sixth Judicial District. 

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

ARMISTEAD JONES, Solicitor. Raleigh. 

SPRING TERM C. C. Lyon, Elizabeth- 
town, i'i i siding -i jdge. 

FALL TERM— W. R. Allen, Cold-lion.. 
Presiding Judge. 

HARNETT- Feb. 1st (2 weeks); May 17th; 
Sept. 6th; Nov. 1'ith (2 weeks), civil cases 
only. 

JOHNSTON March 1st (2 weeks); Sept. 
13th (2 weeks): Dec. L3th (2 weeks). 

WAKE— Jan. 4th (2 weeks); Feb. loth (2 

I, civil cases only; March 22nd (2 

weeks); April 19th (3 weeks), civil cases 

only; July 12th (2 week-); Sept. 27th (2 

: Oct. 25th (3 weeks), civil cases 

only. 

WAYNE— Jan. 18th (2 weeks); April 5th 
(2 weeks); An-. 23rd (2 week-); Nov. 29th 

(2 Weeks). 

Seventh Judicial District. 

C. C. LYOX, Resident Judge, Whiteville. 

X. A. SINCLAIR. Solicitor, Fayetteville. 

SPRING TERM— W. J. Adams, Carthage, 
Presiding Judge. 

FALL TERM- < . C. Lyon, Elizabethtown, 

ling Judge. 

BLADEN -March 8th; Aug. 2nd, civil 
casi - only; Oct. 18th. 

6R1 NS\1 I' K March 16th, civil cases 
only; Sept. 28th; Oct. 4th, civil cases only. 

COLUMBUS Feb. 22nd (2 weeks); April 
12th (2 week-); July 19th (2 weeks), civil 
- only; Sept. 6th; Nov. 29th. 

I I MBERLAND— Jan. 11th, criminal eases 
only; Feb. 15th, civil cases only; March 
22nd, jail and civil cases; April 26th i'2 
weeks), civil cases only: May 24th, crimi- 



nal cases only; Aug. 30th, criminal cases 
only; Oct. 25th (2 weeks), civil cases only; 
Nov. 22nd, criminal cases only. 

ROBESON— Feb. 1st (2 weeks), criminal 
■ a - only; March 29th (2 weeks), civil 
cases only ; May 17th, civil cases only; 
June 14th, civil cases only; July 5th, 
criminal cases only; Nov. 8th (2 weeks), 
criminal cases only; Dec. 6th (2 weeks), 
civil cases only. 

Eighth Judicial District. 

W. .1. ADAMS, Resident Judge, Carthage. 
L. D. ROBINSON. Solicitor, Wadesboro. 
SPRING TERM— J. Crawford Biggs, Dur- 
ham, Presiding Judge. 

KM. I. TERM— W. J. Adams, Carthage, 
Presiding Judge. 

WSON — Jan. 11th, criminal cases only; 
Feb. 8th, civil cases only; March 1st, civil 
cases only; April 12th, criminal cases only; 
May pith, civil cases only; June 7th, civil 
cases only; Sept. 13th, criminal cases only; 
Oct. 11th, civil cases only; Dec. 6th, civil 
cases only. 

CHATHAM— Feb. 1st; May 3rd; Aug. 
9th, civil cases only; Nov. 15th. 

MnoRE— Jan. 19th. civil cases only; 
March 22nd, civil cases only; April 19th, 
criminal cases only; May 17th (2 weeks), 
civil cases only; Aug. 16th, criminal cases 
only; Sept. 20th, civil cases only; Nov. 
22nd. criminal cases only; D.ec. 13th, civil 
cases only. 

RICHMOND— Jan. 4th, criminal cases 
only; March 29th (2 weeks); Sept. 6th, 
criminal cases only; Sept. 27th (2 weeks'), 
civil cases only. 

SCOTLAND— March 8th, civil cases only; 
April 26th, criminal cases only; May 31s't; 
Sept. 20th, criminal cases only; Oct. 25th, 
civil cases only. 

UNION— Jan. 25th, criminal cases onlv; 
Feb. 15th (2 weeks), civil cases only; 
March 15th, criminal cases only; Aug. 2nd, 
criminal cases only; Aug. 23rd (2 weeks), 
civil cases only; Nov. 1st (2 weeks), crimi- 
nal cases only. 

Ninth Judicial District. 

J. CRAWFORD BIGGS, Resident Judge, 
Durham. 

JONES FULLER, Durham, Solicitor. 
SPRING TERM— Benj. F. Long, States- 
ville, Presiding Judge. 

FALL TERM— J. C. Biggs, Durham, Pre- 
siding Judge. 

ALAMANCE— March 1st; May 24th, civil 

cases only; Sept. 6th (2 weeks), 1st week 

criminal cases only; Nov. 8th, criminal 
i ases only. 

DURHAM— Jan. 4th, criminal cases only; 
•Ian. 1Mb (2 weeks), civil cases onlv; March 
15th (2 weeks), civil cases onlv; May 10th, 
criminal cases only; Aug. 30, criminal eases 
only; Oct. 4th (2 weeks), civil cases only; 
Dec. 6th, criminal cases only. 

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of RICHMOND, VA. 

CAPITAL AND EARNED SURPLUS $1,800,000.00 

DEPOSITS 6,000,000.00 

TOTAL RESOURCES 9,500,000.00 

JNO. B. PURCELL, President. JNO. M. MILLER, JR., Vice-Pres. and Cashier. 

CHAS. R. BURNETT, Assistant Cashier. J. C. JOPLIN, Assistant Cashier. 

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weeks) ; Aug. 2nd ; Nov. 22nd (2 weeks) . 

GUILFORD— Jan. 11th, civil cases only; 
Feb. 8th (3 weeks), 1st two weeks civil 
cases only, 3rd week criminal cases only; 
March 29th, criminal eases only; April 12th 
(2 weeks), civil case sonly; May 31st (3 
weeks), 1st two weeks civil cases only, 3rd 
week criminal cases only; Aug. 23rd, civil 
cases only; Sept. 20th, criminal cases only; 
Oct. 25th (2 weeks), civil cases only; Dec. 
13th, criminal cases only. 

ORANGE— March 8th; May 17th, civil 
cases only; Aug. 9th; Oct. 18th. 

PERSON— April 5th; Aug. 16th; Nov. 
15th. 

Tenth Judicial District. 

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

WM. C. HAMMER, Solicitor, Asheboro. 

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

FALL TERM— B. F. Long, Statesville, 
Presiding Judge. 

DAVIDSON— Feb. 22nd (2 weeks); April 
19th, civil cases only ; Aug. 16th (2 weeks) ; 
Nov. 15th, civil cases only. 

DAVIE— March 29th (2 weeks); Oct. 4th 
(2 weeks). 

IREDELL— Jan. 25th '2 weeks); May 17th 
(2 weeks) ; Aug. 2nd (2 weeks) ; Nov. 1st 
(2 weeks) . 

MONTGOMERY— Jan. 18th, criminal cases 
only; April 12th, civil cases only; Sept. 
20th (2 weeks). 

RANDOLPH— March 15th (2 weeks); July 
19th (2 weeks); Dec. 6th (2 weeks). 

ROWAN— Feb. 8th (2 weeks); May 3rd 
(2 weeks), 1st week criminal cases only; 
Aug. 30th (2 weeks): Nov. 22nd (2 weeks), 
1st week criminal cases only. 

STANLY — Jan. llth, criminal cases only; 
March 8th, civil cases only; July 12th, 
criminal cases only; Set. 13th, civil cases 
only. 

YADKIN— April 26th; Oct. 18th (2 weeks). 

Eleventh Judicial District. 

ERASTT7S B. JONES, Resident Judge, 
Winston-Salem. 

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

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

FALL TERM— E. B. Jones, Winston-Sa- 
lem, Presiding Judge. 



ALLEGHANY— March 22nd; Aug. 23rd. 

ASHE— March 29th (2 weeks); May 31st (2 
weeks); July 12th (2 week-;); Oct. 25th (2 
weeks. 

CASWELL— April 12th; Oct. 18th. 

FORSYTH— Feb. 8th (2 weeks), criminal 
cases only; March 8th (2 weeks), civil cases 
only; May 17th (2 weeks); July 26th, 
criminal eases only; Sept. 13th (2 weeks), 
civil cases only; Oct. llth, criminal cases 
only; Dec. 6th (2 weeks), civil cases onlv. 

ROCKINGHAM— Feb. 22nd (2 weeks); 
June 7th (2 weeks), civil cases only; Aug. 
2nd, criminal cases only; Nov. 8th (2 
weeks). 

STOKES— May 3rd (2 weeks); Sept. 27th 
(2 weeks). 

SURRY— Feb. 1st; April 19th (2 weeks); 
Aug. 30th (2 weeks), civil cases onlv; Nov. 
22nd (2 weeks). 

Twelfth Judicial District. 

JAMES L. WEBB, Resident Judge, Shelbv. 

HERIOT CLARKSON, Solicitor, Charlotte. 

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

FALL TER.-x— Jas. L. Webb, Shelby, Pre- 
siding Judge. 

CABARRUS— Jan. 25th (2 weeks): Mav 
3rd (2 weeks); Aug. 30th; Oct. 25th (2 
weeks). 

CLEVELAND— March 22nd (2 weeks); 
Aug. 2nd (2 weeks); Nov. 8th (2 weeks). 

GASTON— Feb. 22nd (2 weeks); May 17th 
(2 weeks); Sept. 14th (2 weeks); Nov. 23rd. 

LINCOLN — April 5th : Sept. 6th ; 
Dec. 13th. 

MECKLENBURG— Jan. llth (2 weeks), 
civil cases only Feb. 8th (2 weeks), crimi- 
nal cases only; March 8th (2 weeks), civil 
cases only; April 19th (2 weeks), 1st week 
criminal cases only, 2nd week civil cases 
only; Ma}' 31st (2 weeks), 1st week crimi- 
nal eases only, 2nd week civil cases only; 
July 19th (2 weeks), civil cases only; Aug. 
16th, (2 weeks), criminal cases only; Sept. 
27th, criminal cases only; Oct. 4th (3 
weeks), civil cases only: Nov. 29th (2 
weeks), 1st week civil cases only, 2nd week 
criminal cases only. 

Thirteenth Judicial District. 

W. B. COUNCIL, Resident Judge, Hick- 
ory. 
FRANK A LINNEY, Solicitor, Boone. 



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SPRING TERM M. H. Justice, Ruther- 

iding Judge. 
PALL TERM -W. B. Council, Hickory, 

■ 1 i 1 1 ii" Juflg 

ALEXANDER— Feb. 15th; Sept. 27th (2 

\ eks). 

I M.iiW ELL Feb. 22nd (2 weeks); May 

, civil cases only; Aug. 30th 

I - weeks); Nov. 29th (2 weeks), civil casts 

I M'\\\i:.\ Feb. 1st (2 weeks); May 3rd 

eks), civil cases only; July 12th, (2 

eks); Nov. 1st (2 weeks). 

HIT! HELL April 5th (2 weeks); July 

26th (2 weeks), civil eases only; Nov. loth 

( 2 weeks) . 

VVATAt G A March 22nd (2 weeks); Sept. 
i th (2 wei 

\\ Il.KES— Jan. 18th (2 weeks), civil cases 
only; March 8th (2 weeks): Aug. 9th (2 
; Oct. 11th (2 weeks), civil cases 
oi ly. 

Fourteenth Judicial District. 
M. H. JUSTICE, Resident Judge, Ruth- 
erfordton. 
J. F. SPATNHOUR, Solicitor, Morganton. 
SPRING TERM— Jos. S. Adams, Asheville, 

siding Judge. 
FALL TERM— M. H. Justice, Rutherford- 
t n. Presiding Judge. 

BURKE March 8th (2 weeks); May 31st 
(2 weeks), civil cases only; Aug. 9th (2 
i); Dec. 6th (2 weeks), civil cases 
only. 

HENDERSON March 1st, criminal cases 

May 10th (2 weeks), jail and civil 

ses; Oct. Kli (2 weeks), criminal cases 

Nov. 15th (2 weeks), jail and civil 

VIcDOWELL Jan. 18th (2 weeks), civil 
: Feb. 15th (2 weeks); July 26tn 
Sept. 20th (2 weeks). 
S April 19th (2 weeks); Oct. ISth (2 
weeks). 

RUTHERFORD— Feb. 1st (2 weeks), civil 
i. ';■ \ i iril 5th (2 weeks); Aug. 23rd 
(2 week-), civil cases only; Nov. 1st (2 
wicks). 

YANCEY— March 22nd (2 weeks); June 
14th, civil cases only; Sept. 8th (2 weeks). 

Fifteenth Judicial District. 

JOS. S. A VMS, Resident Judge, Ashe- 
ville. 
MARK W. BROWN, Solicitor, Asheville. • 



SPRING TERM— Garland S. Ferguson, 
Waynesville, Presiding Juuge. 

FALL TERM— Jos. S. Adams, Asheville, 
Presiding Judge. 

BUNCOMBE— Feb. 1st (3 weeks); March 
8th (4 weeks), civil cases only; April 19th 
(2 weeks); May 24th (4 weeks), civil cases 
only; Aug. 2nd (2 weeks); Sept. 13th (6 
weeks), civil cases only; Nov. 15th (2 
weeks); Dec. 6th (2 weeks), civil cases 
only. 

MADISON— Jan. 'ISth (2 weeks), civil 

cases only; Feb. 22nd (2 weeks); May 3rd 

(2 weeks), civil cases only; Aug. 16th (2 

i; Nov. 1st (2 weeks). civil cases 

only. 

TRANSYLVANIA— April 5th (2 weeks); 
August 30th (2 weeks); November 29th. 

Sixteenth Judicial District. 

GARLAND P. FERGUSON, Resident 
Judge, Wavnesville. 

niAD. D. BRYSON, Solicitor, Bryson 
City. 

SPRING TERM— Geo. W. Ward, Elizabeth 
City, Presiding Judge. 

FALL TERM— Garland S. Ferguson, 
Waynesville, Presiding Judge. 

( HEROKEE— March 29th (2 weeks); Aug. 
9th (2 weeks); Nov. 8th (2 weeks). 

CLAY— April 12th; Sept. 20th. 

GRAHAM— March 15th (2 weeks); Sept. 
6th (2 weeks). 

HAYWOOD— Jan. 25th (3 weeks); July 
12th (2 weeks); Sept. 27th (2 weeks). 

JACKSON— Feb. 15th (2 weeks): May 
17 th (2 weeks), civil cases only; Oct. 11th 
(2 weeks). 

MA< ON— April 19th (2 weeks); Nov. 22nd 
(2 weeks). 

s\\ UN— March 1st (2 weeks); July 26th 
(2 weeks); Oct. 25th (2 weeks). 



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. 

HARRY SKINNER. District Attorney. 
Raleigh. 

J. A. GILES, Assistant District Attorney 
Piitsboro. 



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! CLAUDIUS DOCKERY, Marshal, Raleigh. 
I Raleigh Circuit and District— H. L. Grant, 
[ Clerk; George L. Tonnoffski, Deputy Clerk. 
—May 24th, (2); November 22nd, (3). 

Wilmington Ciltuit and District — S. P. 
Collier, Clerk; J. K. Collier, Deputy 
Clerk— May 10th, (2); November 8th, (2). 

New Bern Circuit and District— George 
Green, Deputy Clerk, New Bern— April 
26th, (2); October 25th, (2). 

Elizabeth City Circuit and District— T. J. 
Markham, Deputy . Clerk, Elizabeth City- 
April 12th; October 11th. 

Washington Circuit and District— Arthur 
Mayo, Clerk— April 19th; October 18th. 
WESTERN DISTRICT. 
JAMES E. BOYD, Judge, Greensboro. 
A. E. HOI TON, District Attorney, Win- 
ston. 



VUGUSTUS PRICE, Assistant District At- 
tci uey, Salisbury. 

J. M. MILLIKAN, Marshal, Greensboro. 

Greensboro Circuit and District Court — 
Samuel L. Trogden, Clerk, Greensboro. — 
April 5th, (2); October 4th, (2). 

Statesville Circuit and District Court- 
Henry C. Ccwles, Clerk, Statesville. — April 
19th, (2); October 18th, (2). 

Asheville Circuit and District Court — 
W. S. Hyams, Clerk, Asheville — May 3rd, 
(2); November 1st, (3). 

Charlotte Circuit and District Court — 
Henry C. Cowles, Clerk, Statesville — June 
7lh, (2); December 6th, (2). 

Wilkesboro Circuit and District Court — 
Milton McNeill, Wilkesboro, Clerk. — May 
21th; November 22nd. 



North Carolina National Guards. 



< OMMANDER - IN - CHIEF— William W. 
Kitchin, Governor. 

CHIEF OF STAFF— Thomas R. Robertson, 
Brigadier-General. 

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

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, 
Kinston. 

D. L. Ward, Colonel and Naval Aide, 
New Bern. , 

Alex. J. Feilds, Colonel and Military Sec- 
retary, Raleigh. 

' General Staff. 

Thos. R. Robertson, Brigadier-General, 
Adi'itant-General, Charlotte. 

Aifred Williams, Colonel, Assistant Ad- 
jutant-General, Raleigh. 



R. I.. Leinster, Lieut. Colonel, Assistan 
Adjutant-General, Raleigh. 

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. 

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

F. L. DeVane, Major and Assistant Quar 
termaster General, Brevard. 

J. G. Hollingsworth, Major and Assis 
tant Quartermaster-General, Fayetteville. 

D. R. Johnson, Major and Assistant Chic 
of Ordnance, Winnabovv. 

J. L. Currin, Captain and Assistant Clue: 
ol Ordnance, Henderson. 



Thomas Stringfield, Colonel, Inspector 
Gen ral. Waynesville. 

Geo. E. Hood, Lieutenant Colonel, ' 
ant Inspector General, Goldsboro. 

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



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lert, Colonel and Cjininis- 
ii. Rutin rfordton. 
F. J. Coxe, Lieut. Colonel and Assistant 

j Geni ral, VVadesboro. 
B. II. Kirkpatrick, Major and Assistant 
( !i mmissary ( ! nei a I, W ij nesville. 

John 11. Andrews, Major and Assistant 
( lommissionan -General, Raleigh. 



Jacob L. Ludlow, Colonel and Chief of 
Engineers, Win-; on Sa t< rn. 

Wallace (i. Riddick, Lieut. Col. and 
Assistant Chief of Engineers, Raleigh. 

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

Quint E. Smith, Major and Assistant 
Chief of Engineers, Concord. 



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

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

R. T. Daniel, Major and Assistant Pay- 
master-General, Weldon. 

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



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

L. B. Bristol, Lieut. Col. and Assistant 
tor Small Arms Practice, Statesvilla. 

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

X. II. McGeachy, Major and Assistant 
Small Arms Practice, Fayetteville. 



D. M. Hodges, Colonel and Judge Advo- 
cate 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. Bullard, Major and Assistant Judge 
Advocate-General, Fayetteville. 



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

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

('has. S. Jordan, Major and Surgeon, 
Asheville. 

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

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

A. R. Winston, Major and Surgeon, 
Franklin ton. 

II. McK. Tucker, Captain, Assistant Sur- 
geon, Raleigh. 

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

A. H. Harriss, Captain and Assistant Sur- 
geon, Charlotte. 

E. C. Boyette, Captain and Assistant Sur- 
geon, Charlotte. 

M. D. Abernathy, Captain and Assistant 
Surgeon, Reidsville. 



H. H. Bass, First Lieutenant and Assist- 
an1 Surgeon, Henderson. 

J. Lewis Banes, First Lieutenant and As- 
sistant Surgeon, Winston-Salem, 
i . L. Pridgen, First Lieutenant and As- 
iii Surgeon, Kinston. 

First Brigade. 
FIELD AND STAFF. 

Brigadier General Joseph F. Armfield, Brl- 
u.t.li' Commander, Statesville. 

Lt.-Col. R. L. Leinster, Assistant Adjutant 
Gi neral, Raleigh. 

Major J. G. Hollingsworth, Chief Quarter- 
master, Fayetteville. 

Major W. G. Smith, Inspector, Asheville. 

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

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

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

Major C. S. Jordan, Chief Surgeon, Ashe- 
ville. 

First Regiment. 

Colonel— J. T. Gardner, Shelby. 

Lieutenant-Colonel— J. C. Bessent, Win- 
ston-Salem. 

Majors— Robert L. Flanigan, Statesville; 
D. D. Parks, Mount Airy; L. W. Young, 
Asheville. 

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

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

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

Captain and Commissar}' — J. F. Roberts, 
Shelby. 

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

Second Lieutenants, Batallion Q. M.'s and 
Commissaries, H. A. Millis, High Point; 
R. H. Morrison, Stanly; P. W. Eshelman, 
High Point. 

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

Company B — Captain W. R. Cox, Salis- 
bury. 

Company C — Captain J. G. Wooten, Win- 
ston-Salem. 

Company D — Captain R. A. Page, Char- 
lotte. 

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

Company F— Captain F. M. Lindsey, 
Asheville. 

Company G — Captain 0, M. Gardner, 
Shelby. 

Company H— Captain L. M. Killian, 
Waynesville. 

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

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

Company L — Captain Louis A. Brown, 
Concord. 

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



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NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL GUARD. 21 



Wachovia National Bank 



WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 

(Established 1879.) 

Capital, . . $150,000.00 

Surplus and Proiits, 190,000.00 

Twenly-nine years of conservative, successful 
banking. 

JAS. A. GRAY, President. E. S. GRAY, Ass't Cashier. 

Second Regiment. Third Regiment. 

Colonel — H. C. Bragaw, Washington. Colonel — J. N. Craig, Reidsville. 

Lieutenant-Colonel — J. Van B. Metts, Wil- Lieutenant-Colonel — S. W. Minor, Dur- 



mington. 
Majors— C. B. Elliott, Edenton; W. C. 

Rodman, Washington; T. S. Pace, Wilson. 

Captain and Adjutant — Edwin A. Metts, 
Wilmington. 

Captain and Quartet master — J. N. Pearce, 
Wilson. 



ham 

Majors — J. J. Bernard, Raleigh; C. L. 
MeGhee, Franklinton; R. M. Albright, Ka 
leigh. 

Captain and Adjutant — S. Glenn Brown, 
Greensboro. 

Captain and Quartermaster — W. T. Whit- 



Captain and ChapLin— Rev. N. Harding, ten - Henderson. 

Washington. ' Captain and Commissary — R. W. Mor- 

Captain and Commissary— F. L. Black, phis, . Reidsville. 

Maxton. Captain and Chaplain — Rev. Alpheus Mc- 

First Lieutenants and Battalion Adju- Cullen, Washington. 

tants— J. T. Dortch, Goldsboro; H. H. Mur- First Lieutenants and Battalion Adjutants 

ray, Wilson; W. R. Capehart, Avoea. I — S. E. Winston, Youngsville: W. R. Mil- 

S i nd Lieutenants, Batta :on, Q. M.'s ler, Raleigh; Gordon Smith, Raleigh, 

and Commissaries— \V. M. Bond, Edenton; Second Lieutenants, Ba.tahon, Q. M.'s and 

R. G. White, Edenton; D. -I. Murray, Wil- Coins.— B. F. Green, Franklinton; S. L. 

son . Rotter, Raleigh; A. C. Metidenhall, Greens- 

^Company A-Captain Paul Jones, Tar- bo c ° onlpany A _ Captain w . H . Phillips, Lex- 

Kinst<r ny B - CapUin "' °- Harper> '"Company B-Captam W. F. Moody, Ra- 

wSmTSTon C - Captain W " F ' Robertson ' 'Company C-Ca P tain B. F. Payne, Hen- 

bo Company D-Captain S. Cohen, Go'ds- d ™ pany D _ Captain j. B . Thomas, 

"company E-Captain J. W. Bizzell, Lo ^^ y E_ Captain j. Robt . wood, 

Uoldsuoro. Oxford. 

Company F— Captain E. R. McKethan, Company F— Captain I. H. Kearney, 

Fayetteville. Franklinton. 

Company G-=-Captain O. B. Wynne, Wash- Company G— Captain R. G. Gladstone, 

ington. Reidsville. 

Company H— Captain C. M. Faircloth, Company H— Captain Frank Rose, War- 
Clinton, renton. 

Company I— Captain J. L. Wiggins, Eden- Company I— Captain J. C. Freeman, Bur- 
ton, lington. . 

Company K— Captain E. S. Darden, Wil- Company K- Captain II. I.. Allen, Wel- 



son. 



don. 



Company L— Captain J. B. Malloy, Lum- Company L— Captain K. H. Kuykendall, 

ber Bridge. Greensboro. 

Company M— Captain O. W. Bennett, Jr., Company M Captain S. C. < hampers, 

Maxton. ' Durham. 

* Planters BanK, RocKy Mount, N. C. Capital, 
$50,000; Surplus and Profits, $48,000. 



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Vrtplery. 

i \. Pii Id Artillery Captain M. 

u \\ iii. nn-. ( hai li 
l'ir-i i Coast An iliery i aptain J. H. 
11, \, u Bern. 

Naval Brigade. 

COMMANDER AND STAFF. 

Brigai mander- < 'aptain Thomas C. 

Daniels, Ni « Bern. 

Brigai li Executivi I >fficer Lieut . < "in. E. 
E. Will nn -. New Hern. 

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

! Adjutant — Lieutenant F. H. 
Shipp, New Bern, 

Brigade Paymaster— Lieutenant T. D. Car- 
raway, \ w Bern. 

Asst. Engineer — Jr. Lieutenant,, W. E. 
Smith, New Bern. 

A— i. Paymaster — Jr. Lieutenant, C. W 
Hollowell. Elizabeth City. 

Aide Brig. (jom. — Jr. Lieuti nam W. J. 
i on, Plymouth. 

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

Asst. Surgeon Lieutenant A. W. Disso- 
way, Plymouth. 

\ — t. Surgeon — Jr. Lieutenant J. F. Pat- 
i.. New Hern. 



Signal Officer — Lieutenant Albert T. 
Willis, New Bern. 

Brigade Chaplain— Lieutenant' C. F. 
Smith, Elizabeth City. 

Naval Brigade — Battalions. 

FIRST BATTALION. 

Commander — C. D. Biadham, New Bern. 
Lieutenant Commander — H. M. Chase, 
Executive Officer, Wilmington. 

FIRST DIVISION— \\ ILMINGTON. 

Lieutenant — C. Martin, Wilmington. 
SECOND DIVISION— NEW BERN. 
Lieutenant — C. J. McSorley, New Bern. 

SIXTH DIVISION— BEAUFORT. 
Lieutenant — Thos. Thomas, Beaufort. 

SECOND BATTALION. 
Commander— John L. Phelps, Plymouth. 
Lieutenant Commander — J. T. Smithwick, 

itive Officer, Windsor. 
Jr. Lieutenant — W. R. Hampton, Adjt., 
Plymouth. 

THIRD DIVISION— WINDSOR. 
Lieutenant — W. M. Sutton, Windsor. 
FOURTH DIVISION— PLYMOUTH. 
Lieutenant — Clarence Latham, Plymouth. 

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



North Carolina Railroads. 



Atlantic Coast Line System. 

1 hi n Hoard of Directors — H. Walters, 

New York. 

President T. ML Emerson, Wilmington. 

\ i Presidents — Alexander Hamilton, Pe- 
tersburg, Va. ; C. S. Gadsden, Charleston, 
S I ; J. R. Keiily, Wilmington. 

Secretary — H. L. Borden, New York. 

Treasurer — James F. Post, Wi'mington. 

I omptroller — H. C. Prince, Wilmington. 

General Counsel— Alexander Hamilton, Pe- 
tersburg, Va. 

Auditor Passenger Receipts — Geo. S. Le- 
Grand, Wilmington. 

Auditor Freight Receipts — Ed. L. Prince, 
Wilmington. 

Auditor Disbursements — II. It. McKee, 
\\ i Imington. 

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

Chief Engineer — E. B. Pleasants, Wil- 
mington. 

nil Superintendent, First Division — 
W. II. Ni well, Rocky Mount. 

itant General Superintendent, First 
Division— J. F. Divine, Wilmington. 

General Superintendent, Second Division — 
J. V Brand, Savannah, Ga. 

General Superintendent, Third Division — 
' ; i Riddle, Jacksonville, Fla. 

ral Superintendent .Motive Power — R. 
E. Smith. Wilmington. 

Supt. Telegraph W. P. Cline, Wilming- 
ton. 

Freight Claim Agent A. !I. Shepard, 
\\ ilmington. 

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



Transportation — 
J. Craig, 
W. Perrin, 



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General Superintendent 
E. Borden, Wilmington. 

Passenger Traffic Manager 
Wilmington. 

General Freight Agents — J. 
James Menzies, Savannah, Ga. 

Assistant General Freight Agent — C. McD. 
Davis, Wilmington. 

General Passenger Agent — T. C. White, 
Wilmington. 

Southern Railway System. 

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

First Vice-President — A. B. Andrews, 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Vice-President — J. M. Culp, Washington, 
D. C. 

Vice-President and General Manager — C. 
H. Ackert, Washington, D. C. 

Vice-President— T. C. Powell, St. Louis, 
Mo. 

Vice-President — Fairfax Harrison, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Vice-President — II. B. Spencer, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Secretary — R. D. Lankford, New York. 

Treasurer — H. C. Anslev, Washington, 
I). C. 

General Counsel at New York — Francis L. 
St tson, New York. 

General Counsel at Washington — Alfred P. 
Thorn, Washington, D. C. 

General Counsel at Louisville — Alex. P. 
Humphrey, Louisville, Ky. 

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

FOlT 
AND NEURALGIA. 



NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS. 



CHAS. E. JOHNSON, President. 



F. H. BRIGGS, Cashier. 



Raleigh Banking & Trust Co. 

Capital, $100,000.00 
Surplus, 16,500.00 

Deposits. 550,000 00 

"THE ROUND STEPS BANK." 

Third Generation of Successful Banking. 

Has Paid to Stockholders Over $1,500,000.00 in Profits. 



H. Plant, Washington, 
Kemper, Washington, 



Comptroller — A. 
D. C. 

Auditor— E. H. 
D. C. 

Assistant Auditor — C. B. Hayes, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Assistant to General Manager — P. L. Mc- 
Manus, Washington, D. C. 

Manager Northern and Eastern Districts — 
J. N. Seale, Washington, D. C. 

Manager Middle and Western Districts — 
M. M. Richey, Atlanta, Ga. 

General Superintendent, Northern District 
— F. H. Coapman, Danville, Va. 

General Superintendent, Eastern District — 
W. N. Foreacre, Charlotte, N. C. 

General Superintendent, Middle District — 
G. R. Loyal], Knoxville, Tenn. 

General Superintendent, Western District 
— H. E. Hutchins. Birmingham, Ala. 

Division Superintendent — P. G. Walton, 
Greensboro, N. C. 

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

Assistant Freight Traffic Manager — G. R. 
Browder, Atlanta, Ga. 

Assistant Freight Traffic Manager — John 
B. Munson, Washington, D. C. 

Assistant Freight Traffic Manager — Ran- 
dall Clifton, Atlanta, Ga. 

General Freight Agent — J. II. Drake, 
Richmond, Va. 

General Freight Agent — E. II. Shaw, 
Charleston, S. C. 

General Freight Agent— II. L. Miller, 
Knoxville, Tenn. 

General Freight Agent — R. B. P'egram, 
Nashville, Tenn. 

General Freight Agent — I. L. Graves, 
Memphis, Tenn. 

General Freight Agent — R. L. Simpson, 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Seaboard Air Line System. 

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

First Vice-President — L. Sevier, Norfolk, 
Va. 

Secretary — D. C. Porteous, New \"il., 
N. Y. 

Treasurer— Robert L. Nutt, Portsmouth, 
Va. 

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

Comptrol'er- T. \V. Ruhr, Portsmouth, Va 



Chief Engineer— W. L. Seddon, Port- 
mouth, Va. 

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

Division Superinl ndent— J. II. Witt, 
Richmond, Va. 

Division Superintend nt— J. M. Shea, Ea) 
let. 

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

Division Superintendent — H. B. Grimshaw, 
Ami ricus, Ga. 

Division Superintendent— W. A. Witt, 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

Division Superintendent— R. E. B" 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

Superintendent of Telegraph— \Y. F. Wil- 
liams, Portsmouth, Va. 

General Freight Agent— C. it. Capps, Nor- 
folk. Va. 

Assistant General Freight Vgent — R. 1. 
Cheatham, Norfolk, Va. 

General Passenger Agent C. B. Ryan, 
Portsmouth, Va. 

Assistant General Passengsr Agent — C. D. 
Wayne, Portsmouth, Va. 

Aberdeen & Asheboro Railway. 

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

General Manager — J. R. Page, Biscoe. 

Auditor — Frank Page, Biscoe. 

S eretary and Treasurer — Mary E. Page. 
Abeideen. 

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. Blu . 
Aberdeen. 

Atlantic and North Carolina 
Railroad. 

President — J. W. Grainger, Kinston. 

S nretary and Treasurer — D. J. Broadhuret. 
Goldsboro. 

Attorney — P. M. Pearsall, New Bern. 



Planters BanK, RocKy Mount, N. C. J. C. Bras- 
well, Pres. ; Jno. M. Sherrod, Vice-Pres. ; J. W. 
AycocK, Cashier ; C. V. Brow n, Asst. Cashier. 



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Atlantic and Western R. R. 

Pri d "i and General Manager— J. H. 
\\ Lnd( i . Haul''. Va. 

Superintend nt and Auditor— II. P. Ed- 
v .ml-. Sanford. 

Caldwell and Northern Rail- 
way Company. 

President Win. A. Barber, Chester, S. 0. 
Treasurei F. Wolfe, (Inst. a-, S. C. 
General Manager— L. T. Nichols, Chester, 

S C. 
Auditor- M. G. Upchlirch, Chester, S. C. 

Carolina. Clincbfield and Ohio 
Railway. 

presidenl Geo. L. Carter, Johnson City, 
Tenn. 

\ President and General Manager— M. 
. iples, Johnson City, Tenn. 
v. itant General Freight Agent— J. A. 
in-, . Johnson City, Tenn. 

Carolina and Northwestern 
Railway. 

President— W. A. Barber, Chester, S. C. 
Auditor- M. G. Upchurch, Chester, S. C. 
General Manager— L. T. Nichols, Chester, 
S. C. 

Cashie and Chowan Railroad. 

President and General Manager— J. T. 
Deal, Norfolk, Va. 
Treasurer— J. C. Johnson, Norfolk, \a. 

Chowan and Anlander Railroad 
Company. 

President— P. D. Camp, Franklin, Va. 

5 i ■ tary and Treasurer— R. J. Camp, 
Franklin, Va. 

Gi .:' Manager— J. L. Camp, Franklin. 
\ i. 

Cliffside Railroad Company. 

Presid nt B. D. Heath, Cliffside. 

Gen ial Manager and Passenger Agent— 
( II alii. Cliffside. 

Vie. Presidenl and Treasurer — R. R. 
Haynes, Cliffside. 

Gei ral Freight Agent— .John M. Scott, 
' liffside. 

Secretary < I arles 11. Haynes. Cliffside. 

Danville & Western Railway. 

Presidenl and Chairman Board of Direc- 
tors — \. B. Andrews, Raleigh. 

- ■ • :. . II \V. Miller. Raleigh. 

Treasurtr— C. L. Booth. Danville, Va. 

Auditor— T. B. Cowper, Danville, Va. 

: intendent — Theodore Parker, 
Danville, \ 

Dover and Southbound Railway. 

I'ri -id nt— \V. A. Wimsatt, Washington, 
D I 

Manag r — 1). \V. !!:■ hardson, 
Dover. 

Tri asun r -W. B. II B'andford, Dover. 

Traffic Manag i N S. Kiel n Dovei 



Durham and Charlotte Rail- 
road Company. 

President — J. B. Lennig, Bridesburg, Pa. 
Genera] Manager— John H. Kennedy, Gulf. 

Durham and South Carolina 
Railroad Company. 

I'm sident — Ernest Williams, Lvnchburg, 
Va. 

Vice-President — J. A. Duncan, East Dur- 
ham. 

General Manager — W. R. Bonsai, Hamlet. 

Secretary — J. A. Ford, Lynchburg, Va. 

Treasurer — Ernest Williams, Lvnchburg, 
Va. 

Superintendent — R. A. Honeycutt, East 
Durham. 

Durham and Southern Rail- 
way Company. 

President — B. N. Duke, Durham. 
Vice-President — J. E. Stagg, Durham. 
Superintendent — W. Hall, Durham. 
General Freight and Passenger Agent — S. 
II. Reams, Durham. 
General Counsel — F. L. Fuller, Durham. 

East Carolina Railway Com- 
pany. 

President and Treasurer — Henry Clark 
Bridgers, Tarboro. 

Auditor — R. R. Bridgers, Tarboro. 

General Freight and Passenger Agent — 
Haywood Foxhall, Tarboro. 

East Tennessee and Western 

North Carolina Railroad. 

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

Secretary and Treasurer — J. S. Wise, 
•Inlinson City, Tenn. 

General Superintendent — Geo. W. Hardin, 
Johnson City, Tenn. 

New Hanover Transit Com- 
pany. 

President — H. C. McQueen, Wilmington. 

S en tary and Treasurer — J. C. Stevenson,' 
Wilmington. 

Genera] Manager — J. W. Harper, Wil- 
mington. 

Norfolk and Western Railway 
Company. 

Chairman Board of Directors — Henry Fink, 
New York, N. Y. 

President — L. E. Johnson, Roanoke, Va. 

First Vice-President — William G. Mac- 
dowell, Philadelphia, Pa.; Second Vice- 
President, N. D. Maher, Roanoke, Va. ; 
Third Vice-President, T. S. Davant, Roa- 
noke, Va. 

Secretary— E. H. Aid n, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Treasurer — Joseph B. Lacy, Roanoke, Va. 

G n ■ ral Solicitor— Thed. W. Reath, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 

ral Counsel — Jus iph I. Doran, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Comptrollei Jos ph W. (>.. , Roanoke, 
Va. ' 



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GRIMES, Vice-President 
VASS, . . . Cashier 




16 West Martin 
St., Raleigh 

% Interest 

On Your Deposits 

Compounded 

Semi-Annually 



A. 


Blake, 


A. 


Riton, 


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F. 


Carey, 



Auditor Receipts— Walter Macdowell, Roa- 
noke, Va. 

Auditor of Disbursements— Wm. H. Wil- 
son, Roanoke, Va. 

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

Chief Engineer— Charles S. Churchill, Roa- 
noke, Va. 

General Superintendent — A. C. Needles, 
Roanoke, Va. 

Division Superintendent — E. 

Roanoke, Va. 

Division Superintendent — V. 
Crewe, Va. 

Division Superintendent — J. 
Roanoke, Va. 

Division Superintendent — J. 
Roanoke, Va. 

Division Superintendent — W. S. Becker, 
Bluefield, W. Va. 

Division Superintendent — E- A. Blake, 
Portsmouth, Va. 

Superintendent of Telegraph— -W. C. VVal- 
strum, Roanoke, Va. 

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

General Freight Agent— J. R. Ruffin, Roa- 
noke, Va. 

Assistant General Freight Agent — DeLos 
Thomas, Roanoke, Va. 

Genera] Passenger Agent — W. B. Bevill, 
Roanoke, Va. 

Norfolk and Southern Rail- 
road Company. 

Receivers— H. Woolcott, Norfolk, Va. ; H. 
M. Kerr, Norfolk, Va. 

General Manager for Receivers — Thos Fitz- 
gerald, Norfolk, Va. 

Assistant to General Manager — J. A. C. 
Grover, Norfolk, Va. 

Treasurer — M. Manlv, Norfolk. Va. 

Auditor— W. L. Bird, Norfolk, Va. 

General Superintendent— M. W. Maguire, 
N irfolk, Va. 

Superintendent — R. P. Foster, New Hern. 



Superintendent — R. S. Anderson, Norfolk, 
Va. 

Superintendent— T. B. Ogle, Norfolk, Va. 

Superintendent Motive Power — J. E. 
Gould, Norfolk, Va. 

Engineer Maintenance of Way — F. L. 
Nicholson, Norfolk, Va. 

General Freight Agent and Passenger 
Agent — H. C. Hudgins, Norfolk, Va. 

Freight Claim Agent — J. H. Barrett, Nor- 
folk, Va. 

North Carolina Railroad. 

President — Hugh G. Chatham, Elkin. 
Secretary and Treasurer — A. H. Eller, 
Burlington. 

Attorney— R. A. Doughton, Sparta. 

Northampton and Hertford 
Railroad. 

President — W. E. Trenchard, Gumberry. 
Vice-President and Secretary — T. G. 
Trenchard, Gumberry." 

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

Raleigh and Charleston Railroad 
Company. 

President— John Skelton Williams, Rich- 
mond, Va. 

Vice-President — John Graham, Phi 
phia, Pa. 

General Manager -L. A. Boyd, Marion, 
S. C. 

General Counsel— M. C. Woods, Mar 

S. C. 

Secretary and Treasurer— C. T. Wil 
Richmond, Va. 

Acting Auditor— W. W. Barrow, Norfolk, 
Va. 

Randolph & Cumberland Rail- 
road Company. 

President and Chairman of Board — Ed- 
ward W. Shedd, Carthage. 

\i tornej . S 'en tarj and Vi« Pi id -m - 
Morrison II. Caldwell, Carthage 

'In asun i B. M. Fellows, \ w \ oik. 






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Raleigh and Soutbport Railway 
Company. 

President and Genera] Manager and Chair- 
ol Board — J. A. Mills, Raleigh. 

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

Si retarj and Treasurer, Assistant General 
Manager and General Passenger Agent — F. 
T. Ricks, Raleigh. 

Attorney — R. N. Simms, Raleigh. 

Auditor — A. Mendes, Raleigh. 

Halcigh and Western Railway 
Company. 

Receiver— Samuel A. Henzy, New York, 
N. Y. 

Red Springs and Bowmore 
Railroad. 

President— W. F. Williams, Red Springs. 



Secretary and Treasurer — J. G. Williams, 
Kcil Springs. 

Warrenton Railroad. 

P esideni and General Manager — J. M. 
Gardner, Warrenton. 

Secretary and Treasurer — C. R. Rodwell, 
Warrenton. 

Superintendent — B. P. Terrell, Warrenton. 

"Wellington and Powellsville 

Railroad Company. 

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

Superintendent — II. T. Walters, Ahoskie. 
General Freight and Passenger Agent — 
J. J. Harrison, Windsor. 



Societies and Organizations. 



N. C. Division United Confed- 
erate Veterans. 

Major General Commander — General Ju- 
lian S. Carr, Durham. 

Adjutant General and Chief of Staff— Col. 
H. A. London, Pittsboro. 

Inspector General — Lieutenant Colonel 
W. H. Gregory, Statesville. 

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. McMillan, Wilmington. 

Chaplain General— Lieut. Col. A. D. Betts. 
Raleigh. 

Chief of Artillery — Lieutenant Colonel J. 
B. Starr, Fayetteville. 

Chief of Ordnance — Lieutenant Colonel 
J. M. Wall, Wadesboro. 

Assistant Adjutant General — Major R. C. 
Barker, Salisbury. 

Assistant Quartermaster General — Major 
Jacob S. Allen, Raleigh. 

Assistant Judge Advocate General — Major 
A. W. Graham, Oxford. 

Assistant Commissary General — Major 
Ashley Home, Clayton. 

Aides— Majors A. H. Boyden, Salisbury; 
J. A. Long, Roxboro; W. P. Wood, Ashe- 
boro; S. II. Smith. Winston; G. S. Fergu- 
son, Waynesville; R. P. Paddison, Point 
Caswell; George H. Hall, Red Springs; 
Thomas W. Harrington, Carthage; C. \l. 
Parks, Tarboro; J. J. Wolvenden, New 
Bern; J. F. Reinhardt, Lncolnton; J. Matt 
Sechrest, High Point. 

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. 



Bri 

P. C. 

No. 

162 

212 

319 

394 

436 

795 

797 

952 
1184 
1462 
1535 
1552 
1682 



gadier General Commanding — General 
Carleton, Statesville. 
Camp. Town. 

Catawba ..Hickory 

Cabarrus County Concord 

Col. Chas. F. Fisher Salisbury 

Reuben Campbell Statesville 

Norfleet Winston 

Guilford County Greensboro 

Surry Countv Mt. Airy 

Col. Jno. T. Jones Lenoir 

Wm. Gambel Gastonia 

Scales-Boyd Reidsville 

Organ Church. Salisbury 

Morganton Morganton 

High Point High Point 

SECOND BRIGADE. 
Brigadier General Commanding — General 

W. L. London, Pitlsboro. 

No. Camp. Town. 

382 Mecklenburg Charlotte 

387 Leonidas J. Merritt Pittsboro 

486 Ruffln Burlington 

515 L. O. B. Branch Raleigh 

781 Walkup .. ..- Monroe 

818 Robt. F. Webb Durham 

830 Richmond Countv .. ..Rockingham 

833 Walter A. Moore Smithfield 

846 Anson Wadesboro 

984 Henry L. Wvatt Henderson 

1084 Jno. White Warrenton 

1206 Jones Roxboro 

1277 Morris T. Smith Oxford 

1278 Oscar R. Rand Holly Springs 

1369 Stanley Albemarle 

1398 Jno. Manning Durham 

1412 Nash County Rocky Mount 

1527 Jos. J. Davis Louisburg 

1576 Scotland Laurinburg 

1595 Mt. Zion Mecklenburg 

1646 Randolph Asheboro 

1662 Daniel McDougald Lillington 

1669 Ransom Jonesboro 

THIRD BRIGADE. 
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Jas. I. Metts, Wilmington. 
No. Camp. Town. 

137 Sampson Clinton 

254 Cape Fear Wilmington 

417 Ryan Red Springs 

424 Bryan Grimes Washington 

794 Thos. Ruffln Goldsboro 

845 Jno. C. Lambe Williamston 

1053 Cary Whittaker Enfield 

1057 Jas. W. Cook Beaufort 

1162 New Bern ..' New Bern 

1248 Henry L. Wyatt Bayboro 

1264 Jesse' S. Barnes Wilson 

1302 Alfred Roland Roland 

1364 Confederate Veteran Alberton 

1304 Henry M. Shaw Currituck 

1490 W. J. Houston Pearsall 

1533 Tarboro Tarboro 

1563 David Williams Burgaw 

1574 Buck Kitchin Scotland Neck 

1578 J. I. Metts Whiteville 

1590 W. F. Martin Elizabeth City 

1592 Gen. P. Roberts Belhaven 

1635 Matt Ransom Elm City 1 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 
Briagaier G-neral Commanding — General 
Jas. M. Ray. 
No. Camp. Town. 

301 Andrew Coleman Bryson City 

681 Zebulon Vance Asheville 

848 Pink Welsh Waynesville 

947 Chas. S. Roberson Franklin 

953 Transylvania Co Brevard 

954 Jas. R. Love Webster 

1021 Watt Brvson Hendersonville 

1045 Cleveland Shelby 

1154 Gen. Pender Burnsville 

1156 Davis Lee Dickinson . .Rutherfordton 

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- 
lty, Fayetteville, N. C. 

Department Inspector — J. G. Hollings- 
wurth, 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. 

Camp No. 70 — William Shipp, Henier- 
sonville. 

Camp No. 142 — Singletary Pettigrew, 
Washington. 

Camp No. 166 — Harry Burgwyn, Raleigh. 

Camp No. 168— Hector McKethan, Fay- 
etteville. 

Camp No. 171— Joe Cash, Oxford. 

Camp No. 180 — Shoo-ga-see-le-tah, Chero- 
kee. 

Camp No. 216— Alf Rowland, Rowland. 

Camp No. 229 — Cabarrus County, Con- 
cord. 

United Daughters of the Con- 
federacy. 

Honorary Presidents — Mrs. W, M. Parsley, 
Wilmington; Mrs. Stonewall Jackson, Char- 
lotte; Mrs. James M. Tiernan, Salisbury; 
Mix. E. E. Moffltt, Raleigh. 

Honorary Vice-Presidents — Mrs. T. J. 
Jarvis, Greenville; Mrs. Rufus Barringer, 
Charlotte. 

President — Mrs. I. \V. Faison, Charlotte. 

i; cording Secretary— Mrs. F. M. Wil- 
liams, Newton. 

Corresponding Secretary Mis. Gordon 
Finger, Charlotte. 

First Vice-President Miss Su£ I 
Goldsboro. 

Second Vice-President — Mrs. Martin Wil- 
lard, Wilmington. 

Third Vice-Presideni Leah J. St< 
X. w Bern. 

Historian Miss Rebecca Cameron. Hills- 
boro. 



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Historian — Mrs. W. 0. Shannon, 

! I 

i Mrs. Eugene Little, Wadesboro. 
Registrar- Mrs. Leo D Heartt, Raleigh. 
I - Mr.s Thos. L Craig, 

bury. 

Chaplain — Mrs. James Eenan, Wallace. 

North Carolina Society of Colon- 
ial Dames of America. 

Ii sident— Mrs. James Sprunt, Wilming- 
ton. 

Vi Presidents- Mrs. A. M. Waddell, 
Wilmington; Mrs. Gilmer Brenizer, Wash- 
. D. C. ; Miss Mary Arlington, Golds- 
boro. 

Foundei and Honorary President — Mrs. C. 
W. Kidder, W ilmington. 

Honorary President— Mrs. Gaston Meares, 
Wilmington. 

Honorary Vieo-Presidents — Mrs. Virginia 
0. Empie, Wilmington; Mrs. John Wilder 
Atkinson. Wilmington. 

i: i ording Secretary — Mrs. E. L. Prince, 
Wilmington. 

sponding Secretary — Mrs. W. N. 
Harris. Wilmington 

Treasurer — Mrs. E. P. Bailey, Wilming- 
ton. 

-trar — Mrs. William Latimer, 126 
South Third Street. Wilmington. 

Historian — Mrs Robert Strange, Wilming- 
ton. 

Grand Arniy of the Republic. 

DEPARTMENT Va. and N. C, G. A. R. 

Department Commander — Thos. Fogerty, 
National Soldiers' Home, Va. 

Assistant Adjutant-General — A. A. Hager, 
National Soldiers' Home, Va. 

Wilmington— J. C. Abbott Post, A. Bat- 
si ii. ' ■ mmander. 

NViv Bern — J. C. Beecher Post, Nathan 
Whitney. Commander. 

Washington — Flusser Post, Columbus 
Law son, ( lommander. 

Hendi rsonville — Phil Sheridan Post, J. 
II. Hines, Commander. 

Marshall— G«orge W. Gahagan Post, S. M. 
Da\is. C( tnmander. 

Charlotte— Hartranft Post, R. W. Smith, 
Commander. 
Wiggins, Commander. 

Tyncr— .las. S. McLane Post, J. S. Chap- 
pell, Commander. 

Plymouth — General Terry Post, Samuel 

Elizabeth City— Fletcher Post, Francis 
Turner, Commander. 

Scotland Neck, Jos. G. Fulton Post, W. 
E. Jones. Commander. 

N. C. Press Association. 

• I A. I'd. .nra-. President, Louisburg Times. 

Vici Presidents — W. C. Dowd, Charlotte, 
News; J. Z. Green, Marshville Our Home; 
Rev. J. 0. Atkinson, Christian Sun. 

Historian — J. F. Hurley, Concord Tribune, 
Concord. 

Orator— John M. Julian, Salisbury Post, 
Salisbury. 



I Poet— R. M. Phillips, New Bern Sun, New 
Bern. 

Executive Committee — Archibald John- 
son, (chm.), Charity and Chil- 

dr< .. Thomasville; J. B. Sherrill, 
(Sec), Concord Times; H. A. London, 
Pittsboro Record; W. C. Dowd, Charlotte 
News; H. B. Varner, Lexington Dispatch; 
Josephus Daniels, Raleigh News and Ob- 
server; D. T. Edwards, Kinston Free Press. 



Medical Society of North Car- 
olina. 

President— J. F. Highsmith, Fayetteville. 

Secretary — D. A. Stanton, High" Point. 

Treasurer — H. McKee Tucker, Raleigh. 

Councillors — First District, Dr. Oscar Mc- 
Mullin, Elizabeth City; Second District, Dr. 
R. A. Whitaker, Kinston; Third District, Dr 
F. H. Russell, Wilmington; Fourth District, 
Dr. E. T. Dickenson, Wilson; Fifth District, 
Dr. J. F. Highsmith, Fayetteville; Sixth 
District, Dr. H. A. Royster, . Raleigh; 
Seventh District, Dr. C. M. Strong, Char- 
lotte; Eighth District, Dr. J. B. Smith, 
Pilot Mountain; Ninth District, Dr I. M. 
Taylor, Morganton; Tenth District, Dl J. 
A. Burroughs, Asheville. 



N. C. Section of American 
Chemical Society. 

President— Dr. J. E. Mills, Chapel Hill. 

Vice-President — Dr. W. A. Syme, Raleigh. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Dr. R. O. E. Davis, 
Chapel Hill. 

Reporters — C. D. Harris, Raleigh; L. F. 
Williams, Raleigh. 

Representative in Council of the Ameri- 
can Chemical Society — C. H. Herty, Chapel 
Hill. 



Royal Arcanum. 

Grand Regent — H. E. Bonitz, Wilmington. 

^rand Secretary — J. Howell Way, Way- 
nesville. 

Annual session of 1909 to be held in 
New Bern second Wednesday of April. 



Pharmaceutical Association. 

President — J. E. Shell. Lenoir. 

First Vice-President— G. T. Watson, South- 
port. 

Second Vice-President — C. E. King, Dur- 
ham. 

Third Vice-President — I. W. Rose, Benson. 

Treasurer — G. K. Granthum, Dunn. 

Secretary — P. W. Vaughan, Durham. 

Executive Committee — G. A. Matton, High 
Point; H. L. King, Durham; H. I. Ledberry, 
Fayetteville; J. R. Ballance, Rocky Mount; 
P. W. Vaughan, ex-officio, Durham. 

Local Secretary — T. Pavne. 

Next meeting, Greensboro, June 23-24-25, 
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S. W. COOPER, 

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N. C. Board of Pharmacy. 

President — E. V. Zoeller, Tarboro. 

Secretarv and Treasurer — F. W. Hancock, 
Oxford. 

C. D. Bradham, New Bern. 

W. W. Home, Fayetteville. 

C. B. Miller, Goldsboro. 

Attorney — B. S. Royster, Oxford. 

Next meeting of the Board for the ex- 
amination of candidates will be held at 
Greensboro, June, 1909. 

North Carolina Dental Society 

President — Dr. F. L. Hunt, Asheville. 

First Vice-President — Dr. J. W. Jamison, 
Charlotte. 

Second Vice-President — Dr. R. G. Sherrill. 
Raleigh. 

Secretary— Dr. J. C. Watkins, Winston- 
Salem. 

Treasurer — Dr. C. P. Norris, Durham. 

Essayist — Dr. F. W. Eubanks, Henderson- 
ville. 

Executive Committee — Dr. J. W. Carleton, 
(chm.), Spencer; Dr. C. F. Smithson, Rocky 
Mount; Dr. D. L. James, Greenville. 

Committee on Ethics — Dr. R. E. Ware 
(chm.), Shelby; Dr. J. S. Spurgeon, Hills- 
boro; Dr. R. M. Squires, Salemburg. 

Prosecuting Committee — Dr. J. M. Flem- 
ing, Raleigh. 

Press Committee — Dr. A. H. Fleming, 
Louisburg. 

Supervisor of Clinics — Dr. B. J. Durham, 
Asheville. 

Examining Board — Dr. V. E. Turner, 
(pres.), Raleigh; Dr. R. H. Jones, (sec), 
Winston-Salem; Dr. E. J. Tucker, Roxboro; 
Dr. J. R. Johnson, Goldsboro; Dr. J. H. i 
Wheeler, Greensboro. 

Bland, Charlotte; Dr. E. J. Tucker, Rox- 
boro. 

N. C. State Bar Association. 

President — L. H. Clement, Salisbury. 

Vice-Presidents — First District, W. M. 
Bond, Edenton; Second District, F. D. Win- 
ston, Windsor; Third District, J. H. Flem- 
ing, Greenville; Fourth District, Harrv 
Stubbs, Williamston; Fifth District, Iredell 



Meares, Wilmington; Sixth District, ; 

Seventh District, N. A. McLean, Lumberton; 
Eighth District, L. D. Robinson, Laurin- 
burg; Ninth District, W. P. Bvnum, Greens- 
boro; Tenth District, E. L. Gaither, Mocks- 
ville; Eleventh District, J. E. Alexander, 
Winston-Salem; Twelfth District, O. F. 
Mason, Dallas; Thirteenth District, F., B. 
Hendren, Wilkesboro; Fourteenth District, 
S. Gallert, Rutherfordton ; Fifteenth District, 
1.. M. Bourne, Asheville; Sixteenth District, 
John W. Norwood, Waynesville. 
. Secretary-Treasurer — Thomas W. Davis, 
Wilmington. 

Executive Committee — E. W. Timber- 
lake. Wake Forest; E. T. Cansler, Char- 
lotte; T. B. Womack, Raleigh; V. S. Bry- 
ant. Durham; Julius C. Martin, Asheville; 
T. T. Hicks, Oxford; Charles A. Moore, 
Asheville; Thomas W. Davis, Wilmington; 
W. D. Pruden, Edenton; T. S. Rollins, Ashe- 
ville. 



The North Carolina Bankers 
Association. 

President — H. W. Jackson, Raleigh. 

Vice-Presidents — John O. Ellington, Fay- 
etteville; W. C. Wilkinson, Charlotte; J. C. 
Braswell, Rocky Mount. 

Secretary and Treafurer — William A. 
Hunt, Henderson. 

Executive Committee— W. T. Old, Eliza- 
beth City; Geo. A. Holderness, Tarboro; 
Leake S. Covington, Rockingham; N. J. 
Rouse, Kinston; J. L. Armfield, Thomas- 
ville; R. J. Cobb, Greenville; Chas. E. 
Johnson, Raleigh. 

N. C. Teachers Assembly. 

President — Thos. R. Foust, Greensboro. 

First Vice-President— D. H. Hill, Raleigh, 
boro. 

Secretary and Treasurer — R. D. W. Con- 
nor, Raleigh. 

N. C. Library Association. 

President — Miss Annie F. Petty. Gi 
boro. 



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First Vice-President — Mrs. Lindsay Patter- 
son, Winston-Salem. 

Second Vice-President — Ernest Cruikshank, 
Raleigh. 

Secretary— L. R. Wilson, Chapel Hill. 

Treasurer— J. F. Wilkes, Charlotte. 

State Literary and Historical 
Association. 

President — Junuis Davis, Wilmington. 

First Vice - President — Banjamin Sledd, 
Wake Forest. 

Second Vice-President — Mrs. Margaret Bus- 
bee Shipp, Raleigh. 

Third Vice-President— Mrs. E. E. Moffitt, 
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. Tate. Hitrh Point. 

Vice-Presidents — S. L. Trogden, Greens- 
boro; J. W. L. Thompson, Burlington; E. 
G. Wardin, Charlotte. 

tary — J. S. Jeffrey, West Raleigh. 

Treasurer— S. L. Trogden, Greensboro. 

Superintendent— I. E. Doggett, Hender- 



State Horticultural Society. 

President— J. Van Lindley, Pomona. 

Vice-President— O. W. Blacknall, Kittrell. 

- retary— W. X. Hutt, Raleigh. 

i isurer— F. C. Reimer, West Raleigh. 

District Vice-Presidents— Geo. N. Ives, 
New Bern: Wm. H. Cole, Waynesville; 
Moses H. 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 — Jno. A. Davis, Tarboro, If. 
F. D. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Geo. F. Parrott, 
Hillsboro. 

Lecturer — H. M. Cates, Swepsonville. 

Chaplain — Rev. C. C. Williams, Louisburg. 

Steward— J. C. Bain, Wade. 

Door-Keeper — George T. Lane, Greens- 
boro. 

Sergeant-at-Arms — D. A. Montgomery, 
Greensboro. 

State Business Agent — Geo. F. Parrott, 
Hillsboro. 

Trustee B. A. Fund— W. A. Graham, 
Machpelah. 

Executive Committee — J. W. Denmark, 
(chm.), Raleigh; Jno. Graham, War- 
renton; Dr. R. H. Speight, Whitakers; T. J. 
Oldham, Mebane, R. F. D. 2; W. B. Flem- 
ing, Ridgeway. 



N. C. Architectural Association. 

President— Joseph F. Leitner, Wilmington. 

Vice-President— William P. Rose, Greens- 
b< iro. 

Seen tary-Treasurer — Franklin Gordon, 
< harlotte. 

Board of Directors — Joseph F. Leitner, 
Wilmington; Willam P. Rose, Greensboro; 
Herberl W. Simpson, New Bern; Willard G. 
Rogers, (harlotte; Franklin Gordon, Char- 
lotte. 

Funeral Directors and Eiu- 
balmers. 

President— D. W. Hardie, Henderson. 

First Vice-President— E. G. Flannagan, 
Greenville. 

Second Vice-President — Orlando Elam, 
Shelby. 

Third Vice-President— F. H. Ziegler, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Fab P. Brown, Ral- 
eigh. 

State Firemen's Association. 

President — James D. McNeill, Fayette- 
ville. 

First Vice-President— A. H. Boyden, Sal- 
isbury. 

Second Vice-President— Chas. U. Harris, 
Raleigh. 
Statistician— W. P. Monroe, Wilmington. 
Treasurer— R. C. Taylor, Winston. 
Secretary— John L. Miller, Concord. 
Meets in 1909 in Asheville. 

Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F. 

Instituted at Wilmintgon, January 6, 
1843, 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— Henry M. Shaw, Oxford. 

Deputy Grand Master— P. H. Williams, 
Elizabeth City. 

Grand Warden — Frank D. Hackett, North 
Wilkesboro. 

Grand Secretary— B. H. Woodell, Raleigh. 

Grand Treasurer — R. J. Jones, Wilming- 
ton. 

Grand Representative to Sovereign Grand 
Lodge (1 year) — T. M. Stephens, Durham. 

Grand Representative to Sovereign Grand 
Lodge (2 years) — Perrin Busbee, Raleigh. 

Grand Marshal — Jno. L. Thacker, Greens- 
boro. 

Grand Conductor — W .F. Evans, Green- 
ville. 

Grand Guardian— J. F. Edwards, Oxford. 

Grand Herald— W. J. Hannah, Waynes- 
ville. 

Grand Chaplain— Rev. S. M. Hanff, Duke. 

Session of 1909 will be held in Charlotte, 
May 11-13. 

Grand Encampment, I. O. O. F. 

Grand Patriarch — W. L. Smith, Wilming- 
ton. 

Grand High Priest— G. W. Bryant, Dur.- 
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Grand Senior Warden — W. C. Allen, 
Wavnesville. 

Grand Scribe — R. H. Ramsey, Charlotte. 

Grand Treasurer — Wesley Williams, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Grand Junior Warden— R. P. Clingman, 
Winston. 

Grand Representatives — L. W. Jeauneret, 
Asheville, 2 yrs. ; F. C. Dunn, Kinston, 1 yr. 

Grand Marshal — Perrin Busbee, Raleigh. 

Grand Sentinel — Henry French, Kinston. 

Grand Outside Sentinel— T. D. England, 
Brevard. 



Crand Lodge Knights of 
Pj^hias. 

Supreme Representatives — Thomas S. 
Franklin, No. 37, Charlotte; J. L. Scott, 
No. 02, Graham. 

Grand Chancellor — Thomas H. Webb, 
Duke. 

Grand Vice-Chancellor— George L. Hack- 
ney, Asheville. 

Grand Prelate— Rev. W. B. Duttera, Sal- 
isbury. 

Grand Keeper of Records and Seal — W. T. 
Hollo-well, Goldsboro. 

Grand Master of Exchequer— John. C. 
Mills, Rutherfordton. 

Grand Master at Arms— J. R. Caffey, North 
Wilkesboro. 

Grand Inner Guard— W. G. Lake, Char- 
lotte. 

Grand Outer Guard— C. H. Beine, Raleigh. 

Grand Outer Guard— W. G. Lake, No. 83, 
Charlotte. 

Grand Lodge of Masons 

Grand Master — Samuel M. Gattis, Hills- 
boro. 

Deputy Grand Master — Richard N. Hack- 
ett, Wiikesboro. 

Senior Grand Warden— William B. MeKoy, 
Wilmington. 

Junior Grand Warden— Francis M. Win- 
chester. Charlotte. 

Grand Treasurer — Leo D. Heartt, Raleigh. 

Grand Secretary — John C. Drewry, Ral- 
eigh. 

Grand Chaplain— Frederick N. Skinner, 
Beaufort. 



Grand Lecturer — Charles F. Bahnson, 
Farmington. 

Senior Grand Deacon — John T. Alderman, 
Henderson. 

Junior Grand Deacon— Frank P. Hobgood, 
Jr., Greensboro. 

Grand Marshal — Claude L. Pridgen, Kin- 
ston. 

(.rand Sword-Bearer — George S. Norfleet, 
Winston-Salem. 

Grand Pursuivant — Alex. B. Andrews, Jr., 
Raleigh. 

Grand Steward — Henry A. Grady, Clinton. 

Grand Steward — Marion F. Hatcher, Sal- 
isbury. 

Grand Tiler— Robert H. Bradley, Raleigh. 

Auditor — William S. Primrose, Raleigh. 

Historian — Marshall DeL. Haywood, Ral- 
eigh. 

Grand Copter Royal Arch 
Masons. 

Grand High Priest — J. C. Braswell, Whit- 
akers. 

Deputy Grand High PriestWJohn R. 
Greggs, Elizabeth City. 

Grand King — J. W. Shuford, Hickory. 

Grand Scribe — W. M. Robinson, Wilming- 
ton. 

Grand Treasurer— M. S. Willard, Wilming- 
ton. 

Grand Secretary— J. C. Munds, Wilming- 
ton. 

Grand Chaplain— Rev. F. N. Skinner, 
Beaufort. 

Grand Captain of the Host— H. A. Mur- 
rell, Charlotte. 

Grand Principal Sojourner-.!. I'. < imeron, 
Kinston. 

Grand Royal Arch Captain— J. T. Alder- 
man. Henderson. 

Grand Master of the Third Veil— I.. A. 
Dodswortli. Charlotte. 

Grand Master of the Second Veil — F. S. 
Guerard, Asheville. 

Grand Master of the First Veil — Gte 
Norflett, Winston. 

Grand Lecturer— F. M. Moye, Wilson. 

Grand Sentinel— R. H. Bradley, Raleigh. 

State Federation of Labor of 
North Carolina. 

President— Jrio. T. Miller, Raleigh. 



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Seci a v and treasurer— a.. Waldrop, Great Council Improved Order ol 
Asheville. .,„ . M 

First Vice-President— E. S. Cheek, Ral- -wen. 

eigh. [ Great Sachem— Joseph E. Pogue, Raleigh. 

Second Vice-President C. M. Thompson,! Great Senior Sagamore— S. T. White, 
Asheville. i Greenville. 

Third Vice-President— Beverly Moore, ! Great Junior Sagamore— W. L. Stamey, 
Rocky Mount. j High Point. . 

Fourth Vice-President— H. G. Harrington, I Great Prophet— E. A. Ebert, Winston-Sa- 



Raleigh. 

Fifth Vice-President — K. R. Thompson, 
High Point. 

Sixth Vice-President — R. R. Wyrick, 
( (reensboro. 

Seventh Vice-President — J. D. Nash, Ashe- 
ville 

Eighth Vice-President — W. S. Bradford, 
High Point. 

Ninth Vice-President — Samuel Pateman, 
Granite Quarry. 

Executive Board— E. S. Check, Raleigh; 
W. C. Frank, Asheville; Jno. C. Benson, 
Greensboro; M. C. Reaves, Winston-Salem; 
W. H. Singleton, Raleigh. 

Grand Council Royal and Select 
Masters. 

Grand Master — Henry G. Smallbones, Wil- 
mington. 

Deputy Illustrious Grand Master — John E. 
Cameron, Kinston. 

Grand Principal Conductor of the Work 
— L. A. Dodsworth, Charlotte. 

Grand Treasurer— M. S. Willard, Wil- 
mington. 

Grand Recorder — James C. Munds, Wil- 
mington. 

Grand Captain of the Guard — J. T. Alder- 
man, Henderson. 

Grand Conductor of the Council— C. P. 
Ambler, Asheville. 

Grand Steward— H. C. Butler, Asheville. 

Grand Sentinel — R. H. Bradley, Raleigh. 

Grand Commandery Knights 

Templar. 

Grand Commander — R. E. Sir Martin S. 
Willard, Wilmington. 

Deputy Grand Commander — V. E. Sir \\ il- 
liam Anderson, Charlotte. 

Grand Generalissimo — E. Sir John B. 
Griggs, Elzabeth Cty. 

Grand Captain General — E. Sir William C. 
Brown, Winston. 

Grand Prelate — E. Sir John R. Rountree, 
Kinston. 

Grand Senior Warden — E. Sir James C. 
Braswell, Whitakers. 

Grand Junior Warden — E. Sir Henry G. 
Smallbones, Wilmington. 

Grand Treasurer — E. B. Neave, Salisbury. 

Grand Recorder — James C. Munds, Wil- 
mington. 

Grand Standard-Bearer— E. Sir 0. W. 
Spencer, Salisbury. 

Grand Sword Bearer — E. Sir C. M. Van- 
storv, Greensboro. 



i lem. 

Great Chief of Records— W. Ben Good- 
win, Elizabeth City, Box 226. 

Great Keeper of AVampum — E. P. H. 
Strunck, Wilmington. 

Great Sannap — W. J. Leary, Sr., Edenton. 

Great Mishinewa— E. G. West, Greens- 
boro. 

Great Guard of Wigwam— C. M. Berryhill, 
Charlotte. 

Great Guard of Forest — John E. Green, 
Ellenboro. 

Great Representatives to Great Council 
of United States — W. Ben Goodwin, Eliza- 
beth City; W. S. Liddell, Charlotte; E. A. 
Ebert, Winston-Salem; B. W. Taylor, Wash- 
ington. 

Board of Appeals — R. C. Flanagan, Green- 
ville; D. M. Weatherly, Franklinville; E. T. 
Stewart, Washington. 

Committee on Judiciary — F. K. Fuchs, 
Wilmington; D. E. Henderson, New Bern; 
Jesse R. Starnes, Asheville. 



Junior Order U. A. M. 

State Councilor — Chas. E. Brewer, Wake 
Forest. 

State Vice Councilor — Jno. F. Reynolds, 
Winston-Salem. 

State Secretary — Sam F. Vance, Winston- 
Salem. 

• State Assistant Secretary — R. H. Fulghum, 
Wilson. ■ 

State Treasurer — Geo. V. Fulp, Kerners- 
ville. ' 

State Conductor — D. L. Sides, Salisbury. 

State Warden — H. O. Cozad, Andrews. 

State Inside Sentinel — J. M. Furr, Albe- 
marle. 

State Outside Seniinel — C. V. Pegram, 
Walkertown. 

State Chaplain— Rev. S. F. Nicks, Alta- 
mahaw. 

The TH-State Medical Associa- 
tion of the Carolinas and 
Virginia (N. C. S. O.. 
and Va.) 

Annual meeting at Charleston, S. C, Feb- 
ruary 16-17, 1909. 

President — Dr. Albert Anderson, Raleigh. 

Vice-Presidents— Dr. Robt. C. Bryan, 
Richmond, Va. ; J. Edward Stokes, Salis- 
bury; W. P. Tummerman, Batesburg, S. C. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Dr. J. Howell Way, 
Waynesville, N. C. 

Grand Warden— E. Sir Joseph F. Rhem, | B * **' °* Elks * 

New Bern. Organized May 20, 1901. 

Grand Inspector— F. M. Moye, Wilson. Eastern District Deputy— L. B. Markham, 

Grand Sentinel— R. H. Bradley, Raleigh. ' Durham, 568. 



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WILLIAM DUNN, C. D. BRADHAM, T. A. UZZELL, 

President. A^ic-e-President. Cashier. 






Capital, 



NEW BERN, N. C. 



$50,000.00 



YOUR BANKING BUSINESS SOLICITED. INTEREST PAID ON 
TIME AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS. 



Western District Deputy— F. W. Thomas, 
Asheville, 608. 

Member Grand Lodge Auditing Commit- 
tee— J. F. Ferrall, Raleigh, 735. 

Lodges— Charlotte, 392; Winston, 449; Wil- 
mington, 532; Greensboro, 602; Durham, 568; 
Asheville, 608; Salisbury, 699; Raleigh, 735; 
New Bern, 764; Goldsboro, 139; Washing- 
ton, 822; Wilson, 840; Elizabeth City, 856; 
Concord, 857; Rocky Mount, 1038; Fayette- 
ville, 1081. 

President — Thomas C. Daniels, New Bern. 

Vice-President — James S. Dunn, Winston- 
Salem. 

Director-General — A. H. Boyden, Salis- 
bury. 

Grand Marshal — John H. Andrews, Ra- 
leigh. 

Deputy Grand Marshal — E. H. Bean, Salis- 
bury. 

Order of the Cincinnati. 

President — Wilson G. Lamb, Williamston. 

Vice-President — John Collins Daves, Balti- 
more, Md. 

" Secretary — Marshall DeLancey Haywood, 
Raleigh. 

Assistant Secretary — John Bradley Lord, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Treasurer— Walter DeLyle Carstarphen, 
Plymouth. 

Assistant Treasurer — Bennehan Cameron, 
Raleigh. 

Chaplain— Rt. Rev. Joseph Blount Ches- 
hire, Raleigh. 

North. Carolina Society of the 
Sons of The Revolution. 

President — Thomas S. Kenan, Raleigh. 

Vice-President — J. Bryan Grimes, Grimes- 
land. 

Secretary— Marshall DeLancey Haywood, 
Raleigh. 

Assistant Secretary— Bosworth Clifton 
Beckwith, Raleigh. 

Registrar— Daniel Harvey Hill, West Ral- 
eigh. 

Treasurer— Herbert Worth Jackson, Ral- 
eigh. 

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Chaplain — Rev. Robert Brent Drane, Eden- 
ton. 

Board of Managers — The above officers ex- 
officio and Alexander Boyd Andrews, Jr., 
Chairman, Raleigh; Julian Shakespeare Carr, 
Durham; Collier Cobb, Chapel Hill; Carle 
A. Woodruff, (U. S. A.), Raleigh; William 
Enos Stone, Raleigh; Charles Earl Johnson, 
Raleigh; Alfred Moore Scales, Greensboro; 
Thomas Yaslin, Winston-Salem; Junius 
Davis, Wilmington. 

Daughters of the Revolution. 

Officers elected for t\vo years, 1907-8. 
Headquarters, Raleigh. 

Honorary Regent for Life — Mrs. Spier 
Whitaker, founder of North Carolina So- 
ciety and Regent 1896-1902. 

Regent -Mrs. E. E. Moffitt. Raleigh. 

Vice-Regent — Mrs. Wiipi Clark, Raleigh. 

Recording Secretary — Mrs. J. Leigh Skin- 
ner. 

Corresponding Secrerary— Mrs.. W. H. 
Pace, Raleigh. 

Tnasurer — Mrs. Marv Bates Sherwood, 
i'aieigh. 

Registrar — Miss Mary Hilliard Hinton, 
Raleigh. 

Genealogist and Historian — Mrs. Helen 
deB. Wills, Raleigh. 

Librarian — Miss Grace Bates, Raleigh. 

Board of Managers — Mrs. T. K. Bruner, 
(chm.); Mrs. Ivan Proctor, Mrs. John E. 
Ray, Mrs. Paul H. Lee, Mrs. Hubert Hay- 
wood, Mrs. Annie Moore Parker, Raleigh. 

Regent, 1902— Mrs. D. H. Hill, Sr. (Died 
Dec. 12, 1904). 

Regent, 1904-1906— Mr3. T. K. Bruner, 
Raleigh. 

Editors of North Carolina Booklet — Mrs. 
E. E. Moffitt, Miss Mary Hilliard Hinton, 
Raleigh. 

The "Booklet" is a quarterly publica- 
tion issued under the auspices of the 
Daughters of the Revolution, in the inter- 
ests of North Carolina History. 

Advisory Board — Mrs. Spier Whitaker, 731 
So. 28th St. Birmingham. Ala.- Mrs. T. K. 
Bruner, Raleigh; D H Hill, West Raleigh; 



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W J. Peele, Raleigh; E. P. Moses, LaFol- 
lettc, Tenn.; K. P. Battle, Chapel Hill; 
Marshall DeLancey Haywood, Raleigh; R. 
1). W. Connor, Raleigh; K W. Sikes, Wake 
Forest; Richard Dillar 1, Edenton; James 
Sprunt, Wilmington; Waiter Clark, Raleigh. 

The National Society of the 
Daughters of the American 
Revolution in North Carolina. 

Vice-President General for North Carolina 
—Mrs. Lindsay Patterson, Winston-Salem. 

Honorary State Regent— Mrs. E. D. Latta, 
Charlotte. 

Honorary Chaplain— Mrs. M. J. L. Bran- 
ner, Wavnesville. 

State Regent— Mrs. John Van Landing- 
ham, Charlotte. 

Vice-Regent— Mrs. W. N Reynolds, Win- 
ston-Salem. 

Recording Secretary— Miss Margaret Ran- 
kin, Charlotte. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. A. L. 
Smith, Charlotte. 

Treasurer— Mrs. H. D. Blake, Greensboro. 

Historian— Mrs. James T. Moore, Salis- 
bury. 

Chaplain— Mrs. D. F. Cannon, Salisbury. 
Ibapter Regents N. C. D. A. R. 

"Dorias Bell Love"— Waynesville, Mrs. 
D. A. Baker. 

"Edward Buncombe" — Asheville, Miss 
Grace Jones. 

"Councl Oak"— Morganton, Mrs. A. C. 
Avery, Jr. 

"Mary Slocomb" — ; — Mooresville, Mrs. 
George Goodman. 

"Mecklenburg"— Charlotte, Mrs. P. C. 
Branson. 

"Elizabeth Maxwell Steel"— Salisbury, 
Mrs. M. C. Quinn. 

"Guilford Battle"— Greensboro, Miss Re- 
becca Schenck. 

"Gen. Joseph Wnston"— Winston-Salem, 
Mrs. J. L. Ludlow. 

"Whitmel Blount"— Henderson, Mrs. W. 
0. Shannon. 

"Miles Harvey" — Tarboro, Mrs. John 

"Iredell"— Statesville, Mrs. W. A. Thomas 

"Charlotte"— Charlotte, Miss Laura Orr. 

North Carolina Agricultural 
Society. 

Officers— J. H. Currie. Pres., Fayette- 
ville; Joseph E. Pogue, Secretary, Ral- 
eigh. 

Vice-Presidents — (Permanent. 1 — Kemp P. 
Battle, Chapel Hill; Benehan Cameron, Ral- 
eigh; Julian S. Carr, Durham; John S. 
Cuningham, Cunningham, R. H. Battle, 
Raleigh; Charles McNamee, Biltmore; W. 
R. Cox, Penelc; J. A. Long, Roxboro; 
Ashley Home, Clayton; J. M. Crenshaw, 
Wake Forest; E. L. Daughtridge, Rocky 
Mount. 

District Vice-Presidents. — First District, 
W. P. Roberts, Gatesville; Second District, 
W. R. Capehart, Avoca; Third District, 
W, L. Hill, Warsaw; Fourth District, D. 
Y. Cooper, Henderson; Fifth District, L. 
Banks Holt, Graham; Sixth District, Ed- 



ward Smith, Dunn; Seventh District, T. 
B. Bailey, Moeksville; Ninth District, S. 
B. Alexander, Charlotte; Tenth District, G. 
I'. Weston, Asheville. 

Pice-President for State-at-Large — W. A. 
Graham, Wake. 

Vice-Presidents are ex officio members of 
the Executivr Committee. 

Veterina T surgeon — Dr. Tait Butler, Ra- 
leigh. 

Sti'' i-.iir is held in October each year, 
at .taleigh 

N'ortti Carolina Retail Merchants 
Association. 

President— Archibald Nichols, Asheville. 

Vice-President— E. E. Broughton, Raleigh. 

General Council — Norman H. Johnson, 
Charlotte. 

Secretary— H. Ta.ylor Rogers, Asheville. 

Trt asurer— J. Frank Morris, Winston-Sa- 
lem. 

Board of Directors — Clarence Sawyer, 
(chm.), Asheville; E. L. Harris, Raleigh; J. 
N. McCausland, Charlotte; C. M. McKnight, 
Greensboro; R. B. Crawford, Winston-Sa- 
lem. 

Vice-Presidents — First District, Jas. W. 
Eight, Elizabeth City; Second District, E. 
S. Allen, Warrenton; Third District, A. A. 
Joseph, Goldsboro; Fourth District, J. B. 
Pearce, Raleigh; Fifth District, C. M. Mc- 
Knight, Greensboro; Sixth District, E. D. 
Nail, Sanford; Seventh District, A. T. Mor- 
ris, Thomasville ; Eighth District, Theo. B. 
Brown, Salisbury; Ninth District, J. 0. 
Gardner, Charlotte; Tenth District, S. Lap- 
insky, Asheville. 

North Carolina Natiu-e Study 
Society. 

President— J. Y. Joyncr, Raleigh. 

Vice-Presidents— Col. F. A. Olds, Raleigh; 
Dr. W. E. Coker, Chapel Hill; Mrs. W. R. 
Hollowell, Goldsboro; Supt. F. J. Tighe, 
Asheville. 

Secretary-Treasurer— F. L. Stevens, West 
Raleigh. 

Executive Committee — 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. 

Flant Diseases, Naming and 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- 
ley, Raleigh. 

Liverworts and Mosses — W. E. Coker, 
Chapel Hill. m 

Stock and Crops— R. S. Curtis, West 
Raleigh. 

Algae and Protozoa— W. L. Poteat, Wake 
Forest. 

Methods of Teaching Nature Study— Mrs. 
F. L. Swens, West Raleigh. 

Astronomy— John F. Lanneau, Wake For- 
est. 



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Commercial National Bank, 

OF CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $874,00.00 

UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. 
DEPOSITS received subject to check. 

CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSITS issued "bearing 4 per cent int. 
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE bought and sold. 
DRAFTS drawn on all parts of the world. 

SAVINGS ACCOUNTS be ring 4 per cent interest may be opened 
with one dollar and upward. 

BANKING BY MAIL — Write us about this. 

R. A. DUNN, President. A. G. BRENIZER, Cashier. 



Flysics--0. W. Eds' ards, Durham. 
Ii.<sects and Injuries Caused by Them — 
Franklin Sherman, Jr., Raleigh. 
Chemistry — Wiljian: J. Mai tin, Da/ids<.n. 

North 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. 

North Carolina Anti-Saloon 
League. 

President State Convention— Heriot Clark - 
fon, Charlotte. 

Vice-Presidents— W. C Dowd, Charlotte; 
R. B. White, Franklinton; George P. Pell, 
Winston-Salem; J. H. Tucker, Asheville; A. 



M. Scales, Greensboro; J. A. Hartness, 
Statesville; J. A. Brown, Whiteville; E. E. 
Hilliard, Scotland Neck; J. J. Rogers, Kin- 
ston; W. S. O'B. Rol-inson, Goldsboro; 
W. C. Douglass, Raleigh; G. W. Watts, 
Durham; W. I. Everett, Rockingham; C. W. 
Mitchell, Aulander. 

State Organized — R. L. Davis, Wilson; 
Secretary, J. Edward Pegram, Durham. 

Executive Committee — Clarence H. Poe, 
chairman, Raleigh; J. W. Bailey, Ral- 
Raleigh; John A. Oates, Fayetteville; J. H. 
Pou, Raleigh; T. N. Ivey, Raleigh; Q. K. 
Nimocks, Fayetteville; W. B. Cooper, Wil- 
mington; W. II. Sprunt. Wilmington; R. 
0. Beaman, New Bern; N. B. Broughton, 
Raleigh; J. 0. Atkinson, Elon College; A. 
J. McKelway, Charlotte; I. C. Blair, Treas- 
urer, Raleigh; J. I. Johnson, Raleigh; B. 
Craig, Rocky Mount; G. T. Adams, Dur- 
ham ; S. Mclntyre, Lumberton ; W. N. Jones, 
Raleigh; H. A. Page, Aberdeen; Josephus 
Daniels, Raleigh; H. A. London, Pittsboro; 
J. E. Underwood, Rockingham, 



Political Organizations. 



DEMOCRATIC STATE EXE- 
CUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

A. H. Eller, Winston-Salem, Chairman. 
Alex. J. Feild, Secretary, Raleigh. 

National Committeeman. 

Josephus Daniels, Raleigh. 

Advisory Committee. 

T. J. Jarvis, Greenville; Plato Collins, 
Kinston; I. F. Dortch, Goldsboro; 1. B. 
Womack, Raleigh; J. A. Long, Roxboro; 
N. A. Sinclair, Fayetteville; E. E. Raper, 
Lexington; Theo. F. Kluttz, Salisbury; C. 
W. Tillett, Charlotte; J. P. Kerr, Asheville. 

Members Central Committee. 

FIRST DISTRICT— E. F. Aydlett, Eliza- 
beth City; W. C. Rodman, Washington; 
W. H. Hampton, Plymouth; Dr. E. A. 
Moye, Greenville. 

SECOND DISTRICT— T. W. Mason, Jack- 



son; H. A. Gilliam, Tarboro; J. W. Grain- 
ger, . Kinston ; Dr. I. E. Green, Weldon. 

THIRD DISTRICT— T. C. Whitaker, Tren 
ton; A. J. Maxwell, Dover; E. M. Koonce 
Jacksonville; W. M. Webb, Moreheaa City 

FOURTH DISTRICT— J. A. Thomas 
Louisburg; F. S. Spruill, Rocky Mount; P 
J. Olive, Apex; H. A. London, Pittsboro. 

FIFTH DISTRICT— J. S. Carr, Durham 
H. G. Chatham, Elkin; R. L. Holt, Bur 
lington; C. O. McMichael, Madison. 

SIXTH DISTRICT— John D. Bellamy, Wil 
mington; James Powell, Whiteville; A. M 
McLean, Lumberton. 

SEVENTH DISTRICT-^Iames A. Lock 
hart, Wadesboro; A. S. Dockery, RocKlng 
ham. 

EIGHTH DISTRICT— R. S. Young, Con 
cord; Edmund Jones, Lenoir; R. A. Dough 
ton, Sparta; A. D. Watts, Statesville. 

NINTH DISTRICT— J. H. Weddington 
Charlotte; H. F. Schenck, Lawndalc. 

TENTH DISTRICT— C. A. Webb, Ashe 



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The Citizens National Bank 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

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



Capital, . 
Surplus and Profits, 
Deposits, . 
Assets 

Joseph G. Brown 

President 



$100,000.00 

175,000.00 
1,250,000.00 
1,500.000.00 

Henry E. Litchford 

Cashier 



ville; W. T. Lee, Wavnesville ; Marshall 
Bell, Murphy; T. T. Ballenger, Tryon. 

Members State Executive Com- 
mittee. 

FIRST DISTRICT— W. G. Lamb, Wil- 
liamston; L. L. Smith, Gatesville; E. A. 
Daniel, Washington; Everett Thompson, 
Elizabeth City. 

SECOND DISTRICT— Dr. P. J. Macon, 
Warrenton; E. L. Travis, Halifax; J. H. 
Exum, Whitakers; W. A. Finch, Wilson. 

THIRD DISTRICT— H. A. Grady, Clin- 
ton; W. S. Chadwick, Beaufort; S. O. 
Middleton, Hallsville; D. L. Ward, New 
Bern. 

FOURTH DISTRICT — E. S. Abell, 
Smithfield; J. R. Young, Raleigh; W. B. 
Snow, Raleigh; R. H. Hayes, Pittsboro. 

FIFTH DISTRICT— James S. Manning, 
Durham; R. D. Reid, Wentworth; Caleb H. 
Haynes, Surry; A. Wayland Cooke, Greens- 
boro. 

SIXTH DISTRICT— E. F. McCulloch, 

White Oak; J. B. Underwood, Fayette- 
ville; W. H. Bernard, Wilmington; Geo. 
H. Bellamv, El Paso. 

SEVENTH iDISTRICT— T. B. Bailey, 
Mocksville; J. R. Blair, Troy; U. L. 
Spence, Carthage; R. A. Morrow, Monroe. 

EIGHTH DISTRICT— W. W. Barber, 
Wilkesboro; R. A. Crowell, Albemarle; 
T. C. Bowie, Jefferson; Walter Murphy, 
Salisbury. 

NINTH DISTRICT— Manley McDowell, 
Morganton; R. R. Ray, McAdensville; J. 
A. Bell, Charlotte; J. F. Yount, Newton. 

TENTH DISTRICT— J. G. Gilkie, Ma- 
rion; M. D. Kinsland, Waynesville; John 
C. Mills, Rutherford ton; E. B. Norvell, 
Murphy. 

Democratic Chairmen County 
Committees. 

Alamance — F. L. Williamson, Burling- 
ton. 



Alexander — J. H. Burke, Taylorsville. 
Alleghany — A. S. Carson, Sparta. 
Anson — D. A. McGregor, Wadesboro. 
Ashe — Dr. J. W. Colvard, Jefferson. 
Beaufort — W. C. Kodman, Washington. 
Bertie — E. S. Askew, Windsor. 
Bladen— T. A. Lyon, White Oak. 
Brunswick— Dr. T. V. Moore, Phoenix. 
Buncombe — Dr. D. E. Sevier, Asheville. 
Burke — E. P. Bennett, Morganton. 
Cabarrus — L. T. Hartsell, Concord. 
Caldwell — J. K. Moore, Lenoir. 
Camden — John Foster, South Mills. 
Carteret — W. S. Chadwick, Morehead 
City. 

Caswell — T. P. Womack, Yanceyville. 
Catawba — E. L. Shuford, Hickory. 
Chatham — F. W. Bynum, Pittsboro. 
Cherokee — Ben. Posey, Murphy. 
Chowan — W. M. Bond, Edenton. 
Clay— G. H. Haigler, Hayesville, No. 2. 
Cleveland— A. B. Shuttle, Shelby. 
Craven — Stephen Lane, New Bern. 
Columbus — J. A. Brown, Chadbourn. 
Cumberland — C. G. Rose, Fayetteville. 
Currituck— W. H. Gallop, Jarvisburg. 
Dare — R. B. Etheridge, Manteo. 
Davidson — W. H. Phillips, Lexington. 
Davie — G. E. Home, Mocksville. 
Duplin — D. L. Carlton, Kenansville. 
Durham — S. C. Brawley, Durham. 
Edgecombe — R. G. Allsbrook, Tarboro. 
Forsyth — G. H. Hastings, Winston-Sa- 
lem. 
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 — J. P. Frizzell, Snow Hill. 
Guilford — Chas. A. Hines, Greensboro. 
Halifax— E. L. Travis, Halifax. 
Harnett — W. A. Stewart, Dunn. 
Haywood — D. R. Noland, Waynesville. 
Henderson — McD. Ray, Hendersonville. 



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ASHLEY HORNE, President. C. M. THOMAS, Cashier. 

D. H. McCULLERS, Vice-Pres. JNO. T. TALTON, Asst. Cashier. 

Clayton Banking Company 



CLAYTON, N. C. 



CAPITAL $10,000.00 

SURPLUS 5,000.00 

UNDIVIDED PROFITS 2,165.00 

DEPOSITS 75,000.00 



COLLECTIONS REMITTED ON DAY OP PAYMENT. 



Hertford — J. G. Majette, Como. 

Hyde — R. D. Harris, Swan Quarter. 

Iredell — J. A. Hartness, Statesville. 

Jackson — F. E. Alley. Webster. 

Johnston — C. W. Richardson, Selma. 

Jones— T. C. Whitaker, Trenton. 

Lee— D. E. Mclver, Sanford. 

Lenoir — J. W. Grainger, Kinston. 

Lincoln — A. L. Quickie, Lincolnton. 

Macon — Dr. W. A. Rogers, Franklin. 

Madison — W. J. McLendon, Marshall. 

Martin— H. W. Stubbs, Williamston. 

McDowell— A. Hall Johnson, Marion. 

Mecklenburg — J. A. Bell, Charlotte. 

Mitchell — W. L. Lambert, Bakersville. 

Montgomery — W. D. Allen, Troy. 

Moore — W. J. Adams, Carthage. 

Nash— J. P. Bunn, Rocky Mount. 

New Hanover— J. J. Furlong, Wilming- 
ton. 

Northampton— A. J. Conner, Rich 
Square. 

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 — T. F. Winslow, Hertford. 

Person — J. S. Cuningham, Cuningham. 

Pitt— F. C. Harding, Greenville. 

Polk — J. E. Shipman, Columbus. 

Randolph — W. J. Miller, Asheboro. 

Richmond— W. S. Thomas, Rocking- 
ham. 

Robeson--G. B. McLeod, Lumberton. 

Rockingham— A. D. Ivie, Leaksville. 

Rowan — A. H. Boyden. Salisbury. 

Rutherford— Geo. Biggerstafi, Kutli-r- 
fordton. 

Sampson — H. E. Faison, Clinton. 

Scotland— E. H. Gibson, Laurinburg. 

Stanly— D. D. Parker, Albemarle. 



Stokes— Dr. J. H. Ellington, Sandy Ridge. 
Surry — J. H. Folger, Dobson. 
Swain — A. M. Bennett, Bryson City. 
Transylvania — W. E. Breese, Jr., Bre- 
vard. 

Tyrrell— Theo. H. Woodley, Columbia. 
Union — R. W. Lemmond, Monroe. 
Vance — A. J. Harris, Henderson. 
Wake— B. M. Catling, Raleigh. 
Warren — J. H. Kerr, Warrenti n. 
Washington — Tlios. W. Blount, Roper. 
Watauga — J. C. Fletcher, Boone. 
Wayne — M. T. Dickinson, ^oldsboro. 
Wilkes — A. M. Vannoy, Wilkesboro. 
Wilson — H. M. Rowe, Wilson. 
Yadkin— W. N. Homer, East Bend. 
Yancey — G. E. Gardner, Burnsville. 



REPUBLICAN STATE EXECU- 
TIVE COMMITTEE. 

S. B. Adams, Chairman, Greensboro. 
T. J. Harkins, Secretary, Asheville. 
C. G. Bailey, Treasurer, Advance. 

National Committeeman. 

E. C. Duncan, Raleigh. 

Members at Large. 

Britt, Asheville. 

s. Rollins, Asheville. 



J. J. 
Thos. 
T. I'.. 
D. H 
W. .1. 
W. I' 

.i. ]■:. 



\li -i rary, Lexington. 

31air, Winston-Salem. 

\ihh. ws, Raleigh. 

Bynum, Jr., Greensboro. 
Fowler. Clinton. 



Congressional Districts. 

First — A. Berry, Swan Quarter. 
Srcond— D. W. Patrick, Snow Hill. 
Third— J. F. Dobson, Goldsboro. 
Fourth— W. C. Pearson, Chapel Hill. 
Fifth— Ben S. Robertson, Haw River. 
Sixth— S. M. King, Elizabethtown. 



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Seventh— W. A. Bailev, Advance. 
Eighth— Chas. H. Cowles, Wilkesboro. 
Ninth .1. V. Hamrick, Hickory. 
Tenth— Thos. J. Harkins, Asheville. 

Campaign Committee. 

C. J. Harris, Dillsboro. 
T. T. Hicks, Henderson. 

D. L. Core. Wilmington. 

J. C. Angier, West Durham. 
R. L. Burns, Carthage. 

Chairman of Countv Republi- 
can Executive Committees 
of North Carolina. 

Alamance — T. F. McVey, Snow Camp. 
Alexander — Zeno Smith, Wittenberg. 
Alleghany — John M. Wagoner, Sparta. 
Anson — J. L. Matherson, Wadesboro. 
Ashe — J. R. Henderson, Jr., Jefferson. 
Beaufort— F. G. Paul, Washington. 
Bertie— R. H. Norfleet, Kelford. 
Bladen — S. Mears, Clarkton. 
Brunswick— C. Ed. Taylor, Southport. 
Buncombe — T. F. Roland, Asheville. 
Burke— L. A. Bristol, Chesterfield. 
Cabarrus — H. S. Williams, Concord. 
Caldwell — M. N. Harshaw, Lenoir. 
Camden— W. R, Dozier, South Mills. 
Carteret — T. D. ' Hewitt, Newport. 
Caswell — W. F. Davis, Altamahaw. 
Catawba — R. P. Caldwell, Newton. 
Chatham— R. II. Dixon, Pittsboro. 
Cherokee — A. G. Deweese, Murphy. 
Chowan— L. L. Brinkley, Edenton. 
Clay— W. S. Ledford, Hayesville, 

r. f: D. 

Cleveland — W. L. Damron, 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 — L. N. Midgette, Skyco. 

Davidson — J. R. McCrary, Lexington. 

Davie — C. G. Bailey, Advance. 

Duplin — John A. Gavin, Kenansville. 

Durham — J. A. Giles, Durham. 

Edgecombe — W. L. Stallings, Tarboro, 
R. F. D. 

Forsyth— S. E. Hall, Winston. 

Franklin — Rufus R. Harris. Louisburg. 

Gaston — John A. Smith, Bessemer City. 

Gates — Wm. M. Sparkman, Eure. 

Graham — W. D. Bradley, Robbinsville. 

Granville — J. n. Gooch, Stem. 

Greene— D. W. Patrick, Snow Hill. 

Guilford — H. B. Worth, Greensboro. 

Halifax — McM. Furgerson, Littleton. 

Harnett— W. P. Byrd, Lillington. 



Haywood — Virgil McClure, Waynesville 
Henderson— R. H. Staton, Hendersonville 
Hertford— Jas. S. Mitchell, Winton. 
Hyde— N. B. Selby, Scranton. 
Iredell— L. C. Wagner, biatesville. 
Jackson— Z. V. Watson, Speedwell. 
Johnston— J. C. Stancill, Benson. 
Jones— H. F. Brown, Tuckahoe. 
Lee — R. C. Mitchell, Joncsboro. 
Lenoir — J. M. Mewborne, Kinston. 
Lincoln— J. M. Hoyle, Lineolnton. 
Macon— H. H. Jarrett, Franklin. 
Madison— J. F. Rector, Marshall. 
Martin— Wheeler Martin, Williamston. 
McDowell— J. L. Morgan, Marion. 
Mecklenburg— Jake F. Newell, Charlotte. 
Mitchell— Chas. E. Greene, Bakersville. 
Montgomery— G. D. B. Reynolds, Troy. 
Moore— W. G. Jennings, Carthage. 
Nash— Mack Brantley, Spring Hope. 
New Hanover— D. L. Gore. Wilmington. 
Northampton— W. F. Outland, Wood- 
land. 
Onslow— John Gilman, Jacksonville. 
Orange — D. S. Miller, Rougemont. 
Pamlico— J. L. Riggs, Bayboro. 
Pasquotank— W. H. Keaton, Weeksviile. 
Pender— E. McMoore, Burgaw. 
Perquimans — Geo. W. Barrow, Hertford. 
Person— J. T. Woody, Roxboro, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Pitt — Roy C. Flanagan, Greenville. 
Polk— W. C. Robertson, Saluda. 
Randolph— G. G. Hendricks, Asheboro. 
Richmond— John P. Cameron, Rocking- 
ham. 
Robeson — S. A. Edmund, Lumberton. 
Rockingham— J. R. Joyce, Reidsville. 
Rowan— James D. Dorsett, Salisbury. 
Rutherford— R. W. Logan, Rutherfordton. 
Sampson— W. F. Sessoms, Clinton. 
Scotland— John A. McGregor, Laurinburg. 
Stanly— Dr. J. I. Campbell, New Lon- 
don. 

Stokes— N. 0. Petree, Danbury. 
Surry— J. M. Davis, Mt. Airy. 
Swain— J. H. Franks, Bryson City. 
Transylvania— Dr. E. S. English, Brevard. 
Tyrrell— R. A. Kohloss, Columbia. 
Union — T. L. Love, Monroe. 
Vance— C. H. Turner, Henderson. 
Wake— W. T. Barrow, Raleigh. 
Warren— J. P. Leach, Littleton. 
Washington— J. L. Phelps, Plymouth. 
Watauga— L. H. Michael, Rutherwood. 
Wayne— S. G. Pate, Goldsboro. 
Wilkes— O. F. Blevins, Wilkesboro. 
Wilson— Edward B. Capps, Lucama. 
Yadkin— J. A. Logan, Vadkinville. 
Yancey — J. L. Hyatt, Micaville. 



Democratic State Platform -1908. 



Adopted at Charlotte N. C, 
June 29, 1908. 

The Democracy of North Carolina, in 
convention assembled, re-affirms its alle- 
giance to the cardinal principles of true 
Democratic government, and congratulates 
the people upon the wise, the progress- 



ive and the economical conduct of public 
affairs since its restoration to power in 
this State. 

DEMOCRATIC PROGRESS. 
In the inaugural address of Governor 
Aycock, January, 1901, is this sentence: 
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circumstances; one party gees out and 

another comes in; one policy ends and a 
new one begins." 

At that time the Democratic' Party 
again entered in power; Democratic pol- 
icy became the controlling policj of "in- 
state. The achievements oi those years 
'are unmistakably great. To the trust 
imposed the Demoratic Party lias been 
wholly faithful. The administrations of 
Governor Charles B. Aycock and Governor 
R. B. Glenn have added prestige to our 
history and given prosperity to our peo- 
ple. State affairs have been conduete d 
with dean efficiency, and to the people 
has come peace. 

Out of the very shadows of disord r the 
record begins. There is now no more dis- 
order and no more doubt. The people 
have come into their own. Responsible 
government is made sure. Conditions en- 
courage the full and free development of 
our industries. To the child is given 
greater and greater opportunity for knowl- 
edge, and North Carolina is become a na- 
tional leader in popular education. A 
stable government has inspired confidence. 
Local improvements are pushed with 
i vigor. Good schools and good roads .1 : 
no longer a dream, but are growing real- 
ities. State institutins have been man- 
aged with credit and without scandal. 
j The record is unmarred by official mis- 
! conduct. Appropriations have increased 
! as our needs demand, while taxes are re- 
I duced. Even the convict is now made to 
add his part to the support of our gov- 
ernment. 

The Confederate soldier lias 
membered with gratitude and 
provision mad? against want in 
of his old age. The needs of the unfor- 
tunate arc met and the call of the af- 
flicted is answered. To the blind and to 
the deaf the Stat" now holds open the 
door of hope. For her unfortunate in- 
sane she provides a refuge of comfort. 
That the Legis'ature of 1907 could dedi- 
cate one-half million dollars for the ad 
quate care of all our unfortunates shows 
the growth of our ability and the cer- 
tainty of our care. 

And the Demoi-ratic Party pbdg s its 'f 
to maintain those policies which mak • 
for the dev ilopm n1 of every s etion of 
our State, for the security of our peo- 
ple and for the stability of our institu- 
tions. 
DEMOCRATK OFFICIALS ENDORSED. 
We endorse the able and progressive ad 
I ministration of Governor R. 1?. (dun and 
1I1 1 state offic rs 
and commend to the 
Carolina 1 1 1 ■ • record of 
Repres, ntatives in the 
United States. 

GOOD ROADS. 

We regard with approval the increased 
interest in perman nt mad building, an I. 
recognizing that the advantaga in the 
way of gn atly increased land values, of 
quick and easy transportation over g tod 
roads and the consequent saving of wear 



been r - 
ineri as d 
the days 



and. we approve 
people of North 
our S nators and 
Congress of the 



and tear on stock and vehicles may no 
longer be doubted, but is an undoubted 
result, clearly seen in those sections of 
North Carolina and other States where 
-in 1 1 roads are in use, and believing that 
with a constantly improving school sys- 
tem, a system of good roads linking the 
East with the Piedmont section and the 
Piedmont with the Mountain section, will 
be of great good to North Carolina, we 
recommend this spirit of internal im- 
provement ' to the people of our State for 
their investigation, and suggest that the 
next General Assembly take such action 
on this matter as mav seem best. 
EDUCATION. 

We believe that education is one of the 
fundamental needs of all government. We 
believe that every prospective citizen has 
the right to receive and it is the duty 
of the State to Furnish ad°quate prepa- 
ration for such citizenship. We congrat- 
ulate the people on the fact that a four- 
months school in every district is no lon- 
ger merely a promise, but a realization. 
We commend the administration of our 
educational affairs and pledge to the peo- 
ple the continuation of that policy, which 
lias accomplished so great good. 
RAILROAD RATES. 

The Democratic Party has kept its 
promise and materially reduced passenger 
and freight rates in the State. It has 
given to the people lower rates, and the 
r ports of the railroad companies show 
that this reduction of rates . has been ac- 
companied by increased revenue on that 
e'ass of business affected by the laws 
of the State reducing the rates. 

ENTERPRISE AND INDUSTRY FOS- 
TERED. 

We d clare that the best interests of 
the State demand that all of our peo- 
ple shall unite in earnest endeavors to 
s cure employment at fair wages "for ail 
of our fellow citizens who are now idle 
01 who are working on short time, by no 
fault of theirs, but by reason of the 
panic caused by Republican policies. 

Every enterprise looking to the invest- 
m nt of capital and employment of 
skilled labor should be fostered and en- 
1 ourag d by the State. 

FOREIGN CORPORATIONS. 

All foreign corporations doing business 
in this State should be r quired to ob- 
tain license to do so, and the license of 
any such corporation shou'd be revoked 
if wat red stock or bonds be issued by it 
in violation of State statutes or without 
th - approval of properly constituted legal 
authoritie s. 

Foreign corporations doing business in 
this Stat ' should be r quired to submit 
to the jurisdiction of the courts of the 
Stat-, under penalty of having their li- 
■ nse to do business in the State re- 
vok el. 

CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS. 

All contributions to political parties or 
for political purposes should be made 
public at once, and the charter of any 
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THE PIONEER N. C. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

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this State and the license of any foreign 
corporation should be revoked if any such 
corporation contributes to any political 
campaign fund or to any fund for the 
purpose of aiding in or procuring the 
nomination of any candidate for public 
office. 

PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 

All public service corporations and 
natural monopolies should be brought un- 
der strict control of the United States 
as to interstate business, and of the State 
as to intrastate business, but a fair return 
on a fair valuation of property owned or 
operated by them should be allowed af- 
ter paying operating expenses, including 
just and ample wages to employees. 

PRIVATE MONOPOLIES. 

Private monopolies should be destroyed. 
Conspiracies by prospective purchases to 
put down or keep down the prices of ar- 
ticles produced by the labor of others 
should be made criminal, and all persons 
or corporations entering into such con- 
spiracies should be punished; and we con- 
demn in every form subsidies, gratuities, 
bonuses, trusts and' monopolies, and they 
should not be tolerated. 

DISCRIMINATION AND REBATES. 

Congress should so amend the interstate 
commerce law as to prevent discrimina- 
tion and rebates in interstate traffic and 
provide for the punishment by imprison- 
ment of officers of railroads and other 
common carriers and public service cor- 
porations violating such laws, and par- 
ticularly to make unlawful such dis- 
criminations as are now or may in the fu- 
ture be practiced by railroad companies 
and other common carriers and public 
service corporations against all North 
Carolina points in favor of points out 
of the State having no greater natural 
advantages. 

The party in power in the nation that 
has so long failed to correct such in- 
equalities is equally guilty with the pub- 
lic service corporations for the disadvan- 
tages under which this State has la- 
bored. 



FREE PASSES, FRANKS, ETC. 
No railroad company, telegraph com- 
pan.v, telephone company, express com- 
pany or other public service corporation 
should be permitted to issue or grant to 
any person except officers and employees 
any free pass, frank or other free ser- 
vice, privilege, benefit or favor, and any 
person receiving any such free pass, frank 
or other service, privilege, benefit or fa- 
vor should be made equally guilty with 
the corporation issuing or granting the 
same. 

EQUAL JUSTICE TO ALL LEGITIMATE 
ENTERPRISES. 

We pledge, not only to citizens of this 
State, but to citizens of other State3, 
that all capital invested in legitimate en- 
terprises in North Carolina, whether for- 
eign or domestic, corporate or private, 
shall have the equal protection of ! he 
laws and the equal friendly consideration 
of those who administer the laws; and 
we further pledge that all such persons 
in- corporations violating the provisions 
of the laws shall be made to fee! and 
suffer the full penalties for such viola- 
tions. 

PROFESSIONAL LOBBYING. 

We condemn the practice of profes- 
sional lobbying. 
REPUBLICAN POLICIES CONDEMNED. 

We denounce the vacillating and do- 
nothing policy of the last session of the 
Republican Congress. We declare that 
imisi of the legislation enacted by that 
body is cheap, tawdry, hypocritical make- 
shift. 

THE Cl i;i;i:\( v bill. 

We denounce the Cannon-Vreeland \M 
rich currency bill which was passed by 
the last session of Congress in the inter- 
est and ;ii tin' dictation of a handful of 
great banks and spectators who occupy 
offices on Wall Street. This iniqi 
measure, which furl her centralizes in the 
hands of a few the issue of American 
money for the American people, was 

shamelessly rushed through both houses 

of Congress in its dying hours, under the 




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lash of the czar-like methods of the 
Speaker and through the trickery of the 
Republican dictator of the Senate. No 
more shameless spectacle has ever been 

pri -tit td to the American people than the 
method by which this hybrid and iniqui- 
tous measure was railroaded through Con- 
gress. This bill turns over the Treasury 
of the United States to the gamblers of 
the New York Stock Exchange for a pe- 
riod of six years. It means a gift to the 
enemies of the Republic of the power to 
issue or retire one-half billion dollars, ex- 
citing speculation or compelling disaster, 
according to whichever best suits their bet- 
ting book. 

THE REPUBLICAN PANIC OF 1907. 

We condemn the Republican Party, 
whose policies and conduct produced in 
1907 the most acute and disastrous panic 
in the history of the United States. The 
effect of its policy has precipitated panic, 
blighted industry and trade with prolonged 
depression, closed factories, reduced work 
and wages, halted enterprise and crippled 
American production. Under this Repub- 
lican panic suffering has been universal, 
soup houses have been established and 
strikes have been of almost daily occur- 
rence. The Republican Party has' been in 
control of the National Government in all 
of its branches for the past eleven year-', 
and now, in the midst of abundant crops 
and boundless national resources, it has 
brought about the most destructive panic 
in our history. We point to the fact that 
every panic which has occurred since the 
formation of the Republican Party was 
precipitated while that partv was in power. 
THE BLOODY SHIRT 

We condemn the Republican Party for its 
efforts in the National Congress to revive 
the bitterness of the Civil War and .renew 
again the bloody-shirt issue by tacking 
to the campaign publicity bill Crumpack- 
er's Southern representation reduction 
measure. The passage of this bill through 
the lower house of Congress was an act of 
cheap, hypocritical politics, designed To 
corral the negro vote in the doubtful States 
for their presidential nominee. 
REPUBLICAN FEAR OF CAMPAIGN PUB- 
LICITY. 

We denounce the Republican Party for 
its failure to enact during the last session 
of Congress a campaign publicity bill ; 
but the people of the country need not 
expect such a measure to come from a 
party that thrives on corruption money and 
which could not carry on a campaign or 
win a national election without corruption 
funds from favored interests. 

THE TRUST-BREEDINC TARIFF. 

We denounce the present infamous and 
trust-breeding tariff imposed upon the peo- 
ple by the Republican Party, and renew 
our demand for its immediate revision, tc 
the end that all unfair burdens shall be 
removed, especially those upon the neces- 
saries 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 higher prices 



than are charged for the same goods to 
foreign consumers. 

REPUBLICAN EXTRAYAGANCE. 
W denounce the Republiacn Party fcr 

ifs wild extravagance during the last ses- 
sion of Congress. In the last five months 
the Republican Congress spent $1,200,000 of 
the people's money, lev}-ing a tax of $13 
per annum on every man, woman and child 
in the United States, equal to a tax of 
$65 per annum on every burdened tax- 
payer. We do not wonder, therefore, at 
the present deficit of $60,000,000 in the 
Treasury and the expected deficit of $180,- 
000,000 at the end of the next fiscal year. 
The Republican billion-dollar Congress of 
1890 produced a Democratic victory in 
1892; the Republican billion-dollar session 
of tue present Congress means the tri- 
umphant election of a Democratic Presi- 
di nt in the coming election. 

We condemn the Republican administra- 
tion for turning over millions of dollars 
of the public money to its pet banks in 
New York City, thereby depleting the pub- 
lic treasury to such an extent that it be- 
came necessary for the Republican admin- 
istration to issue bonds and borrow money 
to meet the daily obligations of the Federal 
Government. 

STATES' RIGHTS. 

We condemn the Republican Party for 
its failure in the last Congress to enact 
a law forbidding one inferior judge to sus- 
pend the operation of a State law without 
notice or hearing. 

We declare our inflexible opposition to 
the methods of expanding Federal power 
at the expense of the just powers of the 
States, and we especially denounce tne bold 
and revolutionary threat that the omission 
of the States to pass laws upon subjects 
within their constitutional powers may De 
treated as a surrender of these powers into 
the hands of the Federal Government, 
which may then lawfully proceed as if 
such powers Were possessed by it under 
the Constitution. 

.Though promising reforms demanded by 
the people, the Republicans, in their Na- 
tional Convention, at the behest of fa- 
vored interests, voted down every plank 
looking to reforms and relief of the people 
or for curbing the power of the trusts. That 
convention, controlled by Federal office- 
holders, after nominating for President a 
lifelong officeholder who was never elected 
by the people to any office, adopted a 
platform that on every important measure 
straddles or gives promise to the ear, 
only to break it to the hope, and com- 
pleted its work by nominating, to the tune 
of "Marching Through Georgia," a candi- 
date for Yice-President who has led in 
throttling every reform measure offered in 
the last session of Congress, including a 
bill to meet the pressing need of the pre- 
servation of our National resources, open- 
ing waterways and preventing the destruc- 
tion of our forests. 

We have faith in the patriotism of our 
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North State f¥Suioal Life Insurance Company 

HOME OFFICE, KINSTON, N. C. 

CAPITAL PAID IN CASH $ 100,000.00 

J. W. GRAINGER, President, J. M. PARROTT, Medical Director, 

N. J. ROUSE, General Manager. S. R. DUNN, Secretary, 

J. A. HERNDON, Supt. of Agencies. A. E. ROUNTREE, Auditor, 

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the natural resources of the State, and we 
call upon all North Carolinians to unite in 
a common effort to restore prosperity, to 



re-establish confidence, to forget factional 
differences and to cultivate peace and good 
will among men. 



Republican State Platform— 1908. 



Adopted at Charlotte, August 
29, 1908. 

We, Republicans of North Carolina, in 
convention assembled, commend the wis- 
dom of the National Republican Conven- 
tion, and congratulate the people of the 
United States on the nomination of Wil- 
liam H. Taft for the Presidency of this 
great republic; and we endorse the princi- 
ples and policies of the Republican Party 
as enunciated in its platform at Chicago 
June 16, 1908, and as carried out by the 
administration of Theodore Roosevelt. 

We appeal to the people of North Caro- 
lina to set the welfare of our State above 
party and above prejudice; to exercise 
their freedom to vote according to the dic- 
tates of conscience, and to choose those 
men for public office whom they deem 
best fitted to serve the public interest. We 
ask the people to consider whether they 
will best promote the welfare of the State 
by committing its affairs to the radical 
faction now in control of the Democratic 
Party or by voting for the candidates and 
policies we offer. 

We ask all thoughtful North Carolinians 
to consider particularly whether the pres- 
ent Democratic Governor and Legislature 
have dealt wisely or justly with all classes 
of our citizens in the laws they have re- 
cently passed concerning railroads and the 
violent measures they have taken to give 
these laws effect. We believe in regulat- 
ing railroads and other public carriers 
strictly and carefully and in compelling 
all corporations' to obey the law as faith- 
fully as the humbest private citizen. But 
we do not believe that Legislatures are 
competent to fix absolutely the precise 
rates at which passengers and freight shall 
be carried. We are sure that the Legisla- 
ture of this State, which attempted to fix 
passenger rates absolutely and neglected 
freight rates — much the more substantial 
grievance cf our people — had neither the 
special knowledge nor the right for such 
an undertaking. 



They disregarded the Constitution of the 
United States, and they threw thousands 
of North Carolinians out of employment. 

We denounce in unmeasured terms the 
unwarranted and uncalled for attack of the 
Democrats on capital, culminating in the 
fight on our railroads, involving the State 
as it did in costly litigation; paralyzed 
business, drove millions of capital from the 
State, and sent railroad securities down to 
less than half their value. 

We pledge ourselves, if the people en- 
trust us with power, to set ourselves 
against two kinds of injustice: The injus- 
tice which permits wealthy corporations 
and individuals to prey upon the poor, and 
the injustice which sacrifices property and 
deranges business in order that cheap dem- 
agogues may get or keep office. 

We favor the policy of the State furn- 
ishing, free of charge and under proper 
regulations, to every child in the public 
schools all necessary text-books; the furth- 
er improvement and extension, at whatever 
cost, of the public school system, em- 
bodied in the Constitution of North I 
ii>ia by the Republican Party. We favor 
the education of all our children up to the 
very limit of our available means. 

We favor also ' a liberal policy with our 
higln i' institutions of learning. The South 
needs highly trained men, and we would 
have the necessary training provided here 
so far as we have the means, and put 
within the reach of our young men of tal- 
ent and industry, to the end that North 
( arolinians may guide our people in the 
development of bur resources, in govern- 
ment, in business, in the beautifying of 
our towns, our cities and our homes, and 
in tin' elevation of our daily life. 

This is trui' also of our institutions of 
charity, particularly the provision made tor 
ih,. blind, Hie deaf and the insane, for I h i 
efficiency with which any community min- 
isters to such unfortunate human beings is 
a measure of its civilization. It is equally 
true of our Confederate veterans who 
not the means of self-support; the 



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loves and honors them, and they must not 
be permitted to suffer want. We denounce 
the Democratic Party for not keeping its 
repeated pledges to provide our Confeder- 
ate soldiers and their widows with suitable 
pensions commensurate with their services 
to the State, and we pledge ourselves to 
double the pension now given by the State 
to these classes. 

We demand a fair election law which will 
permit an elector to cast a ballot pr.i- 
vately. without interference or dictation. 

We favor, as we have ever favored, local 
self-government; and demand the right to 
elect by direct vote of the people all mem- 
bers of the county boards of education, 
county superintendents of public instruc- 
tion, county commissioners and tax collec- 
tors and justices of the peace. 

We favor an extension and improve- 
ment of the public roads of the State, 
and believe that the employment of the 
State's convicts on such work is the best 
use that can be made of criminals con- 
victed of crimes. We further favor a law 
prohibiting the use of striped uniforms 
upon all persons convicted of misdemean- | 
ors in the courts of North Carolina. 

We favor the establishment of one or | 
more reformatories tor the correction of 
youthful criminals convicted of minor of- I 
fenses, and we favor a separate reform- 
atory for females convicted of similar of- 
fenses. 

We pledge ourselves to a liberal appro- 
priation for the care and support of our 
charitable institutions. 

We favor the exemption from taxation of 
two hundred dollars' worth of personal 



property owned by each householder in 
the State of North Carolina. 

We believe in the dignity of labor and 
the elevation of the wage-earner, and 
pledge our party to the enactment of such 
laws as will best promote this end. We 
believe that labor and capital are co-ordi- 
nate branches of our industrial life, each 
necessary to the other, that neither can 
prosper without the other, and looking to 
this end we pledge our party to the en- 
actment of such laws as will, so far as 
possible, create the kindliest feeling be- 
tween labor and capital, remove all causes 
for conflict between the two, and promote 
the upbuilding of both classes. 

We favor restricting immigration rigidly, 
admitting none but the better class to 
our shores, and protecting American labor 
against foreign cheap labor. 

We believe the South should no longer 
hold itself politically separate and apart 
from the rest of the country. We be- 
lieve the time has come when no interest 
or principle any longer demands such iso- 
lation. We ask the people of North Caro- 
lina to give us their suffrages, not merely 
because the Democratic Party, under its 
present leadership, both in the State and 
in the Nation, is unfit for power; not 
merely because the candidates we here 
nominate and the policies we recommend 
are worthy of acceptance, but because 
every Republican vote cast in the South is 
a vote for freedom, a vote for the right 
of our children to enter fully into the 
life of the great republic which our fathers 
labored and fought and suffered to estab- 
lish. 



Comparative Vote For Governor. 



■ — * 
c 



COUNTY. 

Alamance ... 2,220 

Alexander . . 793 

Alleghany .. 643 

Anson 1,538 

Ashe 1,700 

Beaufort . . . 1,914 

Bertie 1,328 

Bladen 1,213 

Brunswick . . 671 

Buncombe . . 3,629 

Burke 1,353 

Cabarrus . . . 1,616 

Caldwell . . . 1,476 

Camden .... 405 

Carteret .... 1,173 

Caswell '878 

Catawba . . . 1,961 

Chatham . . . 1,594 



K 



1908 



1904. 



2,130 


1,922 


1,778 


1,076 


784 


919 


541 


723 


520 


263 


1,247 


155 


1,701 


1,278 


1,638 


1,209 


1,943 


770 


274 


1,327 


148 


599 


999 


528 


774 


631 


415 


3,434 


3,253 


2,523 


1,315 


1,110 


995 


1,817 


1,538 


1,219 


1,685 


1,222 


1,372 


141 


412 


36 


998 


1,020 


608 


323 


S70 


195 


2,012 


1,537 


1,433 


1,428 


1,616 


1,443 



Cherokee ... 823 

Chowan 658 

Clay 348 

Cleveland . . 2,304 

Columbus . . 2,056 

(raven 1,520 

Cumberland. . 2,019 

. Currituck . . 734 

Dare 443 

Davidson . . . 2,231 

! Davie 802 

Duplin 1,642 

Durham 1,962 

Edgecombe . 1,839 

Forsvth 2,653 

Franklin . . . 2,093 

Gaston 2,568 

Gates 700 

Graham 422 

Granville ... 1,746 

Greene 915 

Guilford .... 3,948 

Halifax 2,285 

Harnett 1,550 

Haywood ... 1,983 

Henderson . . 998 

Hertford ... 880 

Hyde 701 

Iredell 2,533 



1,273 


673 


9S9 


176 


625 


95 


318 


346 


320 


1,452 


2,209 


1,046 


1,192 


1,610 


741 


340 


1,614 


206 


1,250 


1,678 


1,038 


49 


548 


26 


354 


429 


351 


2,481 


2,154 


2,002 


1,163 


764 


1,058 


1,139 


1,456 


820 


1,693 


1,716 


1,034 


392 


1,632 


135 


2,782 


2,421 


2,152 


432 


2,149 


266 


1,820 


2,029 


816 


27S 


736 


218 


461 


373 


397 


592 


1,589 


502 


504 


990 


zo2 


2,765 


2,924 


1,718 


276 


2,478 


144 


1,012 


1,217 


705 


1,253 


1,656 


1,099 


1,497 


906 


1,320 


291 


804 


143 


177 


686 


228 


1,746 


2,147 


1,507 



TAKE HEAD-EASY FOR 

HEADACHE AND NEURALGIA. 



VOTE FOR GOVERNOR 



45 



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Jackson 

Johnston 

Jones 

Lee 

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 

Transylvania. 

Tyrrell 

Union 

Vance 

Wake 

Warren 

Washington . 
Watauga . . . 

Wayne 

Wilkes 

Wilson 

Yadkin 

Yancey 



1,028 

2,816 

631 

912 

1,490 

1,286 

940 

878 

1,385 

973 
4,233 

575 
1,047 
1,219 
1,848 
2,110 
1,691 

988 
1,077 

671 
1,048 
1,019 

598 

890 
2,500 

536 
2,546 
1,106 
3,005 
2,039 
2,719 
2,011 
1,400 

752 
1,537 
1,123 
1,820 

614 

600 

357 
2,086 
1,187 
4,149 
1,171 

534 

998 
2,274 
1,599 
1,905 

718 
1,002 



1,073 

2,596 

272 

501 

896 

1,180 

1,017 

2,001 

360 

984 

1,385 

1,797 

1,047 

976 

1,222 

283 

. 121 

559 

1,014 

478 

265 

294 

427 

847 

811 

594 

2,647 

366 

1,115 

1,883 

1,723 

1,739 

2,423 

47 

1,630 

1,671 

2,781 

902 

579 

345 

701 

578 

2,583 

191 

526 

1,279 

1,450 

3,331 

831 

1,649 

912 



1,021 

2,586 

662 



1,471 

1,062 

924 

1,012 

1,446 

856 

3,229 

417 

967 

1,487 

1,489 

1,284 

1,539 

908 

952 

612 

1,001 

972 

663 

945 

2,298 

502 

2,409 

955 

2,449 

2,023 

2,497 

1,873 

1,046 

662 

1,016 

1,117 

1,833 

521 

587 

392 

1,233 

1,042 

3,647 

1,185 

500 

898 

2,091 

1,360 

1,387 

703 

1,035 



950 

1,513 

228 

"631 

711 

963 

1,939 

179 

917 

668 

1,361 

824 

1,127 

577 

56 

103 

439 

556 

397 

211 

124 

311 

558 

439 

552 

1,894 

274 

846 

1,214 

1,198 

1,294 

1,776 

64 

1,060 

1,483 

2,408 

804 

500 

274 

297 

428 

1,091 

134 

354 

1,233 

1,114 

2,427 

586 

1,411 

938 



Locke Craig — Burke, 1; Halifax, 1. 

C. W. Tillett— Camden, 1. 

J. A. Transou — Alamance, 2; Beaufort, 
29; Buncombe, 48; Catawba, 2; Chatham, 
3; Clay, 1; Davidson, 1; Durham, 1; For- 
syth, 118; Gaston, 5; Guilford, 37; Harnett, 
1; Iredell, 1; Jackson, 3; Macon, 2; Meck- 
lenburg. 2; Moore, 11; Nash, i; Onslow, 1; 
Orange, 2; Pamlico, 18; Randolph, 4; Rock- ( 
ingham, 10; Stokes, 5; Surry, 2. 



Total 145,102 107,760 128,761 79,505 



Vote for State Officers. 

For Lieutenant Governor — 

Newland 145,147 

Toms 107,851 

Newland's majority 37,296 

Secretary of State — 

Grimes 145,268 

Thompson 107,848 

Grimes' majority 37,420 



State Auditor — 

Dixon 145,066 

Wood 107,848 



Dixon's majority ?7,213 

Treasurer — 

Lacy 145,146 

Grigg 107,790 



Lacy's majority 37,356 

Supt. Public Instruction — 

Joyner 145,023 

Lyerly 107,733 



Joyner's majority 37,296 

Attorney General^ , 

Bickett 144,955 

Newell 107,872 

Bickett's majority 37,033 

Commissioner Labor and Printing — 
Shipman 145,078 




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CONGRESSIONAL VOTE. 



Ray 107,844 

Shipman's majority 37,234 

Corporation Commissioner — 

Aycock ~. 144,989 

Elmore 107,864 

Aycock's majority 37,125 

Commissioner Agriculture — 

Graham 145,049 

Mewborne 107,721 



Judge Fifteenth District — 

J. S. Adams 145,005 

V. S. Lusk 107,698 



Graham's majority 37,328 

Insurance Commissioner — 

Youns; 145,069 

Norris 107,791 

Young's majority 37,278 



Adams' majority 27,207 



THE SOCIALIST VOTE. 

The votes received by the Socialist can- 
didates were: 

Governor — J. A. Transou 310 

Lieut. -Governor — F. A. Dorsett 312 

Secretary of State— G. F. Wilson 811 

State Auditor— E. C. Barkley ,. 311 

Treasurer— E. B. Wells 313 

Supt. Pub. Ins.— Nat M. Pickett 313 

Com'r of Labor — R. J. Smathers 314 

Corp'n Corn's— W. J. Newton 291 

Com'r Agri're— P. E. Burke 317 

Ins. Com'sr — R. J. Morton 315 



Congressional Vote— 1908. 



For 



Congress — First 
sional District. 

John H 
COUNTIES. Small. 

Beaufort 1,968 

Camden 408 

Chowan 659 

Currituck 730 

Dare 397 

Gates 696 

Hertford 885 

Hvde 743 

Martin 1,432 

Pasquotank 1,042 

Perquimans 643 

Pitt 2,563 

Tyrrell 390 

Washington 563 



Congres- 

Isaac M. 

Meekins. 
1,167 
143 
203 
45 
411 
282 
286 
166 
310 
311 
439 
779 
313 
487 



5,342 



Jones 622 

Onslow 995 

Pamlico 659 

Pender 1,133 

Sampson 1,410 

Wayne 2,329 



280 
564 
484 
282 
2,407 
1,428 



Total 11,544 7,896 

For Congress — Fourth Congres- 
sional District. 



E. W. 
COUNTIES. Pou. 

Chatham 1,595 

Franklin 2,060 

Johnston 2,797 

Nash 1,802 

Vance 1,188 

Wake 4,021 



W. G. 

Briggs. 

1,427 

480 
2,632 
1,144 

572 
2,711 



Total 13,119 

L. L. Brinkley — Chowan, 1. 

For Congress — Second Congres- 
sional District. 



Claude 
COUNTIES. Kitchin. 

Bertie 1,153 

Edgecombe 1,841 

Greene 916 

Halifax 2,135 

Lenoir 1,495 

Northampton 1,677 

Warren 1,152 

Wilson 1,901 



McMurray 
Ferguson. 
263 
363 
48S 
248 
884 
113 
207 
795 



3,361 



Total 12,275 

J. M. Cutehins, Edgecombe, 1. 
W. F. Butterworth— Halifax, 1. 
T. W. Mitchell— Halifax, 63. 

For Congress — Third Congres- 
sional District. 

C R F W 

COUNTIES. Thomas. Hill. ' 

Carteret .. 1,186 996 

Craven 1,521 350 

Duplin 1,689 1,105 



Total 13,463 8,966 

Hugh W. Johnson — Chatham, 1; Wake, 
7.— Total, 8. 
Blair S. Franklin — Vance, 1. 
T. T. Hicks— Wake, 1. 
B. F. Montague — Wake, 2. 

For Congress — Fifth Congres- 
sional District. 



A. L. 
COUNTIES. Brooks. 

Alamance 2,141 

Caswell 853 

Durham 1,814 

Forsyth g,534 

Granville 1,663 

Guilford 3,516 

Orange 995 

Person 778 

Rockingham 1,819 

Stokes 1,027 

Surry 1,798 



J. M. 

Morehead. 
2,178 

344 
1,794 
2,861 

651 
2,901 
1,059 

961 
2,032 
1,708 
2,799 



Total 18,938 

F. S. Blair, 62. 

J. P.. Taylor, 174. 

J. E. Fields, 1. 



19,288 



TAKE HEAD-EASY FOR 

HEADACHE AND NEURALGIA. 



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W. A. Blair, 4. 

For Congress — Sixth 
sional District. 

Hannibal 
COUNTIES. L. Godwin 

Bladen 1,183 

Brunswick 660 

Columbus 2,062 

Cumberland 1,937 

Harnett 1,561 

New Hanover 2,165 

Robeson 2,974 



Total 12,542 

Scotland 761 

John E. Fields, Randolph, 1 
J. Q. Taylor, Randolph, 1. 

For Congress — Seventh 
sional District. 

R. N. 
COUNTIES. Page. 

Anson 1,537 

Davidson 2,220 

Davie 815 

Lee 904 

Montgomery 1,070 

Moore 1,244 

Randolph 2,582 

Richmond 1,133 

Scotland 761 

Union 2,081 

Yadkin 710 

Total 15,057 



Congres- 



A. M. 

Sloeum. 

625 

766 

1,189 

1,356 

1,029 

247 

1,173 

6,385 
38 



Congres- 

Zeb. V. 
Walser. 

255 

2,484 

1,158 

508 

1,047 

959 

2,629 

361 

38 

670 

1,623 

11,732 



For Congress — Eighth Congres- 
sional District. 

R. N. C. H. 

COUNTIES. Hackett. Cowles. 

Alexander 776 1,079 

Alleghany 632 563 

Ashe 1,729 1,688 

Cabarrus 1,635 1,847 

Caldwell 1,463 1,717 

Iredell 2,514 1,798 

Rowan 2,446 1,988 

Stanly 1,564 1,620 

Watauga 1,040 1,261 

Wilkes 1,689 3,302 

Total 15,488 16,863 

Duncan Stewart — Rowan, 34. 
John E. Fields — Rowan, 5; Wilkes, 2. 
Total, 7. 

For Congress — Ninth Congres- 
sional District. 

E. Y. J. A. 

COUNTIES. Webb. Smith. 

Burke 1,364 1,318 

Catawba 1,939 1,999 

Cleveland 2,341 1,445 

Gaston 2,657 1,705 

Lincoln 1,300 1,157 

Madison 977 1,933 

Mecklenburg 4,350 1,279 

Mitchell 582 1,766 

Yancey 1,020 912 

Total 16,530 13,514 

D. P. Hutchison — Mecklenburg, 1. 



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VOTE FOR PRESIDENT IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



For Congress — Tenth Congres- 
sional District. 

W. T. J. G. 

COUNTIES. Crawford. Grant. 

Buncombe 3,548 3,572 

Cherokee 837 1,250 

Clav 351 320 

Graham 432 464 

Haywood 1,984 1,263 

Henderson 983 1,442 

Jackson 1,030 1,065 

McDowell 991 982 

Macon 939 1,030 

Polk 552 595 



Rutherford 2,014 1,767 

Swain 619 914 

Transylvania 604 581 

Total 14,884 15,245 

Y. C. Westall— Buncombe, 54; Clay, 1; 
Henderson, 1; Jackson, 2. Total, 58. 
Vote for Solicitor. , 

Solicitor for Third Judicial District — 

Chas. L. Abernathy 7,460 

J. F. Duncan 94 

Ninth Judicial District — 
Jones Fuller 12,149 

No opposing candidate. Six scattering 
Republican votes. 



Vote For President in North Carolina. 



COUNTIES. 

Alamance 
Alexander . 
Alleghany 

Anson 

Ashe 

Beaufort . . . 

Bertie 

Bladen 

Brunswick 
Buncombe . 

Burke 

Cabarrus 
Caldwell . . 
Camden 
Carteret . . . 
Caswell . . . 
Catawba . . . 
Chatham . . 
Cherokee . . . 
Chowan . . . 

Clay 

Cleveland . 
Columbus . 
Craven .... 
Cumberland. 
Currituck . 

Dare 

Davidson . . 

Davie 

Duplin .... 
Durham 
Edgecombe 
Forsyth . . . 
Franklin . . 

Gaston 

Gates ...... 

Graham . . . 
Granville . . 
Greene .... 

Guilford ... 
Halifax . . . 
Harnett . . . 
Haywood . . 
Henderson . 
Hertford . . 

Hyde 

Iredell 

Jackson . . . 



(D.) 

Bryan. 



2,113 

793 

633 

1,490 

1,639 

1,828 

1,258 

1,132 

607 

3,506 

1,310 

1,610 

1,413 

398 

1,152 

820 

1,864 

1,521 

782 

621 

343 

2,282 

1,845 

1,399 

1,832 

701 

416 

2,126 

780 

1,508 

1,859 

1,753 

2,472 

1,984 

.2,398 

653 

418 

1,561 

876 

3,822 

2,165 

1,501 

1,952 

917 

839 

662 

2,465 

1,022 



(R,) 

Taft. 

1908. 

2,184 

1,074 

575 

301 

1,674 

1,304 

360 

660 

841 

3,572 

1,358 

1,821 

1,745 

164 

1,060 

370 

2,010 

1,497 

1,310 

213 

321 

1,459 

1,381 

449 

1,453 

68 

370 

2,340 

1,185 

1,225 

1,820 

438 

2,876 

561 

1,970 

337 

465 

734 

538 

2,863 

380 

1,047 

1,304 

1,602 

353 

223 

1,803 

1,086 



(R.) 
(D.) Roose- 
Parker. velt. 



1904 




1,907 


1,770 


770 


937 


699 


543 


1,220 


207 


1,254 


1,651 


1,803 


967 


1,264 


2,552 


927 


558 


564 


487 


3,181 


2,591 


1,080 


1,001 


1,509 


1,254 


1,169 


1,419 


389 


99 


1,012 


655 


874 


201 


1,497 


1,309 


1,551 


1,477 


663 


980 


573 


148 


'336 


325 


2,162 


1,036 


1,447 


876 


1,555 


268 


1,594 


1,129 


543 


33 


415 


350 


2,017 


2,054 


739 


1,072 


1,386 


815 


1,603 


1,080 


1,588 


126 


2,301 


2,209 


2,099 


282 


1,958 


896 


677 


273 


362 


401 


1,595 


518 


949 


283 


2,763 


1,716 


2,427 


181 


1,169 


723 


1,631 


1,125 


887 


1,341 


778 


186 


614 


318 


2,126 


1,510 


1,015 


947 



Johnston . . . 

Jones 

Lee 

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 

Transvlvania.. 

Tyrrell 

Union 

Vance 

Wake 

Warren 

Washington.. 
Watauga . . . 

Wayne 

Wilkes 

Wilson 

Yadkin 

Yancey 



2,593 

585 

832 

1,393 

1,222 

927 

862 

1,338 

950 

3,926 

550 

1,008 

1,109 

1,678 

1,857 

1,726 

870 

1,017 

628 

929 

930 

568 

750 

2,419 

511 

2,472 

1,029 

2,698 

1,887 

2,392 

1,978 

1,335 

714 

1,491 

1,061 

1,709 

602 

570 

312 

2,028 

1,121 

3,713 

1,066 

495 

962 

2,207 

1,559 

1,732 

597 

978 



2,827 

315 

562 

966 

1,217 

1,045 

2,027 

421 

1,000 

1,645 

1,808 

1,087 

1,077 

1,334 

511 

186 

710 

1,073 

501 

405 

373 

502 

969 

890 

621 

2,676 

462 

1,300 

2,008 

2,009 

1,766 

2,465 

85 

1,685 

1,711 

2,870 

931 

611 

395 

833 

641 

2,161 

296 

550 

1,313 

1,504 

3,382 

1,014 

1,644 

950 



2,572 
638 



1,386 
1,009 



994 

1,419 

836 

3,142 

408 

927 

1,424 

1,428 

1,254 

1,502 

828 

900 

574 

947 

903 

610 

942 

2,329 

497 

2,334 

927 

2,274 

1,934 

2,424 

1,860 

1,079 

646 

1,024 

1,104 

1,741 

499 

556 

343 

1,181 

1,019 

3,410 

1,060 

450 

773 

2,060 

1,318 

1,363 

691 

1,013 



1,553 
250 

"674 
671 

1,959 

216 

931 

748 

1,384 

858 

1,178 

645 

91 

116 

451 

558 

488 

275 

168 

378 

473 

429 

559 

1,808 

306 

982 

1,276 

1,215 

1,322 

1,777 

65 

1,080 

1,478 

2,475 

328 

526 

367 

379 

43 

1,267 

165 

428 

1,143 

1,162 

2,470 

623 

1,433 

864 



Total ....136,927 114,884 124,121 82,442 



TAKE HEAD-EASY FOR 

HEAD AC! E AND NEURALGIA. 



POPULAR VOTE FOR PRESIDENT— ELECTORAL VOTE. 



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Greatest Midway in the South. No Objectionable Features. 

JOSEPH E. POGUE, Secretary 

NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, Raleigh, N. C. 



Popular Vote For President— 1908. 



State— Taft. Bryan. Debs. 

Alabama 25,308 74,374 

Arkansas 56,967 87,043 5,0U0 

California .. .. 182,064 107,770 18,736 

Colorado 123,700 126,649 7,974 

Connecticut .. .. H2',815 68,255 5,113 

Delaware 25,200 22,134 75 

Florida 10,654 31,104 3,747 

Georgia 41,692 72,350 5S4 

Idaho 50,901 34,609 6,305 

Illinois 629,932 450,810 39,711 

Indiana 348,993 338,262 13,476 

Iowa 275,210 200,771 8,287 

Kansas 197,166 161,209 12,420 

Kentucky 235,711 244,092 4,060 

Louisiana 9,589 63,568 2,538 

Maine 66,987 35,463 1,753 

Maryland 111,253 111,117 2,500 

Massachusetts .. 265,966 155,543 10,659 

Michigan 333,313 174,313 11,527 

Minnesota .. .. 195,786 109,433 14,469 

Mississippi . . .. 4,463 64,250 1,408 

Missouri 346,915 345,884 15,398 

Montana 32,333 29,326 5,885 

Nebraska 126,608 130,781 3,524 

Nevada 10,214 10,655 2,029 

New Hampshire.. 53,144 33,«55 1,299 



New Jersey.. 
New York . . 
North Carolina. . . 
North Dakota . . 

Ohio 

Ok'ahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 
Rhode Island 
South Carolina .. 
South Dakota ... 

Tennesee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington . . 
West Virginia . . 
Wisconsin 
Wyoming 



265,298 

870,070 

114,887 

57,771 

572,331 

110,550 

62,350 

745,779 

43,942 

3,847 

67,466 

118,287 

69,229 

61,028 

39,552 

52,573 

106,062 

137,869 

248,673 

17,708 



182,522 

667,468 

136,928 

• 32.909 

502,721 

123,907 

38,049 

448,785 

24,706 

62,289 

40,266 

135,630 

227,264 

12,601 

11,496 

82,946 

58,383 

111,418 

106,707 

12,772 



10,219 

38,451 

345 

2,4<)5 

33,795 

21,752 
7,430 

39,913 

1,365 

101 

2,846 

1,878 

8,524 

4,895 

320 

255 

14,777 
3,076 

28,146 
1,396 



Tota's .. .." ..7.637,076 6.393.182 448,453 
Chafin (Prohibitionist), 241,252. 
Watson (Populist). 33,871. 
Hisgen (Hearst Party), 83,183. 
Total popular vote, all candidates, 14,- 
852,841. 



Electoral Vote— 1908. 



Electoral 
States. Votes. 

Bryan. Taft. 

Alabama 11 

Arkansas 9 

California 10 

Colorado 5 

Connecticut 7 



Delaware 3 

Florida 5 

Georgia 13 

Idaho 3 

Illinois 27 

Indiana 15 

Iowa 13 

Kansas 10 




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ELECTORAL VOTE— SC 1IOOLS AND COLLEGES. 



Kentucky 13 

Louisiana 9 

Maine 6 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 16 

Michigan 11 

Minnesota 11 

Mississippi 10 - .. 

Missouri 18 

Montana 3 

Nebraska 8 

Nei ada 3 

New Hampshire 4 

New Jersey !'<* 

New York 39 

Nortli Carolina 12 

North Dakota 4 

Ohio 23 



Oklahoma 7 

< >r< gon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhi de Island 

South Carolina 9 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 12 

i 18 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 12 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



4 
34 

4 



3 
4 

'5 
7 

13 
3 



Total 162 321 

Electoral votes necessary to a choice, 242. 



Schools and College. 



STATE INSTITUTIONS AND 
PRESIDENTS. 

University of North CaroLna, Chapel Hill— 

Dr. F. P. V enable. President. 
Normal ar.d Industrial ' College, Greens- 
boro— J. I. Foust, President. 
Agricultural and Mechanical College, 

Raleigh— Dr. D. H. Hill, Pres. 
Cullowhee Normal School, Cullowhee— R. 

L. Madison, Principal. 
Deaf and Dumb and B'ind School, Raleigh— 

J. E. Ray, Principal. 
School for the Deaf and Dumb, Morganton— 

E. McK. Goodwin, Superintendent. 
Appalachian Training School, Boone — B. B. 

Dougherty, Superintendent. 
Teachers' Training School, Greenville — 

(Not yet opened.) 

FOR THE COLORED RACE. 
Agricultural and Mechanical College for 

the Colored Race, Greensboro— J. B. 

Dlidlev, President. 
State Colored Normal School, Elizabeth 

Citv — P. W. Moore, Principal. 
Favttteville Colored Normal School, Fay- 

etteville— E. E. Smith, Principal. 
State Normal and Industrial School, Win- 
ston— C. G. O'Kelly, Principal. 
FOR THE INDIANS. 
Croatan Normal School, Pates— H. L. Edcns, 

Principal. 

DENOMINATIONAL COLLEGES. 

MALE AND COEDUCATIONAL. 

Wake Forest College (Baptist), Wake 
Forest— Dr. W. L. Poteat, President. 

Davidson College (Presbyterian), Davidson 
—Dr. Henry Louis Smith, President. 

Trinity College (Metioaist), Durham— Dr. 
John C. Kilgo, President. 

Catawba College ('Reformed), Newton — Dr. 
C. E. Wehler, Acting President. 

Concordia College (German Reformed), 
Conover — George A. Romoser, President. 

Elon College (Christian), Elon College— 
Dr. E. L. Moffitt, President. 

Guilford College (Friends), Guilford Col- 
lege — Dr. L. L. Hobhs, President. 



Atlantic Christian College (Disciples), Wil- 
son, Dr. — . — . Caldwell, President. 

Lenoir College (Lutheran), Hickory — R. L. 
Frittz, President. 

Rutherford College (Methodist), Rutherford 
College — Loy D. Thomson, President. 

N. C. College (Lutheran), Mount Pleasant— 
W. A. Lutz, President. 

Weaverville College (Methodist), Weaver- 
ville — G. F. King, Pr. iident. 
FEMALE. 

Female Academy and College (Moravian), 
Winston-Salem— Dr. J. H. Clewell, Pres. 

St. Mary's School (Episcopal), Raleigh- 
George W. Lay, Rector. 

Piptist University for Women (Baprrst), 
Raleigh— Dr. R." T. Vann, President. 

Peace Institute (Presbyterian), Raleign — 
Henry Jerome Stockard, President. 

Oxford Female College (Baptist), Oxford— 
F. P. Hobgood, Principal. 

Claremont Female College (Lutheran), 
Hickory — Wm. B. Duttera, President. 

St. Mary's College (Catholic), Belmont — 
Rev. Leo Haid. 

Mount Amoena Seminary (Lutheran), Mount 
Pleasant — H. N. Miller, President. 

Littleton Female College (Methodist), Lit- 
tleton — Rev. J. M. Rhodes, President. 

Liiusburg Female College (Methodist), 
Louisburg — Mrs. Mary D. Allen, President. 

Chowan Baptist Female Institute (Baptist), 
Murfreesboro — J. C. Scarborough, Prin. 

Greensboro Female College (Methodist), 
Greensboro — Mrs. Lucy H. Robertson, 
President. 

Elizabeth College (Lutheran), Charlotte — 

Rev. C. B. King, President. 
Presbyterian College (Presbyterian), Char- 
lotte — Dr. J. R. Bridges, President. 
Southern Presbyterian College and Conscr- 
' vatory of Music (Presbyterian), Red 

Springs— Rev. C. G. Vardell, President. 
Normal and Collegiate Institute (Presbyte- 
rian), Asheville— Edward P. Childs, Pres. 
Davenport College (Me.hodist), Lenoir — Dr. 
C. C. Weaver, President. 



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PARATORY SCHOOLS 
AND PRINCIPALS. 

Horner School (Male), Oxford— J. C. 
Horner. 

Oak Ridge Institute (Male), Oak Ridge— 
J. A. and M. H. Holt. 

Whitsett Institute (Mixed), Whitsett— W. 
T. Whitsett. 

Bingham School (Male), Mebane— Preston 
L. Grav. 

Buies Creek Academy (Mixed), Buies Creek 
—J. A. Campbell. 

Normal College (Mixed), Liberty— T. C. 
Amick. 

Winterville High Schiol (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. Jon"S. 

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, Hickory— R. L. Fritz. 

Claremont College, Hickory— DT. P. L. 
Murphy. 

READING HIGHER INSTITU- 
TIONS OF LEARNING, 
COLORED. 

Shaw University, Raleigh— Charles Francis 

Meserve, President. 
St. Augustine's School, Raleigh— A. B. 

Hunter, Principal. 
Biddle University, 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 Agricultural 

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 — O. S. 

Brown, President. 
Thompson Institute, Lumberton — W. H. 

Knuckles, Principal. 
Normal and Industrial Institute, High 

Point — A. J. Griffin, Principal. 



PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS. 

Abbottsburg — M. H. Ackerman. 

Ahoskie— E. P. Dixon. 

Atkinson — T. L. Simmons. 

Atlantic— V. C. Eaker. 

Amantha (Cove Creek)— Mrs. L. M. Farth- 
ing. 

Andrews — J. H. Harwood. 

Angier — J. M. Page. 

Aulander— B. E. Phillips. 

Bamardsville — Z. A. Rochelle. 

Battleboro— E. C. Ruffin. 

Bethania— J. W. Daniel. 

Belmont — F. L. Jackson. 

Benson— L. T. Royall. 

Bethel — Julian B. Martin. 

Bethel Hill— A. L. G. Stephenson. 

Biscoe — Hoy Taylor. 

Bladenboro — C. C. Howard. 

Brevard, R. F. D. No. 2, (Penrose)— J. B. 
Thorn, Jr. 

Bryson City — S. A. Richardson. 

Burin — J. il. Mauney. 

Burgaw — Miss Lizzinia Moore. 

Burlington (Friendship) — P. E. Shaw. 

Candler (Hominy Vallev)— W. W. Bryan. 

Cary— M. B. Dry. 

Chadbourn — Miss Nannie Leach. 

Chapel Hill— E. McK. Highsmith. 

Clrmmons (Lewisville) — M. K. Meadows. 

Clinton — J. H. Campen. 

Clvde, R. F. D. No. 1, (Rocky Springs)— 
J. W. Dellinger. 

Colerain (Mars Hill)— Miss Ethel Carroll. 

Columbus — T. H. Posev. 

Concord, No. 6, (Rocky River)— J. E. Red- 
den. 

Cooleemee — D. C. Johnson. 

Cieswell — M. P. Jennings. 

Creedmoor — J. A. Pitts. 

Crouse — M. B. Clegg. 

Courtney— John F. Mitchell. 

Dallas — S. G. Lindsay. 

Denver— C. J. Scott. 

Dobson — E. L. Wagoner. 

Dover — E. H. Moser. 

Durham — E. J. Green. 

East Durham — Holland Holton. 

Elkin— J. H. Allen. 

Enfield — M. S. Wiggins. 

Fairview — W. H. Jones. 

Fallston— I. T. Newton. 

Farmer — S. T. Lassiter. 

Farmingtou — W. P. Henley. 

Farmville— E. M. Rollins. 

Fletcher — C. M. Gallamore. 

Franklin, R. F. D. No. 3, (Iotla)— Miss 
Elizabeth Kelly. 

Franklinton — E. E. Sams. 

Gibson— J. B. Philbeck. 

Glover (Mt. Pleasant)— R. A. Burt. 

Godwin— W. R. Clegg. 

Goldshoro (Falling Creek)— B. O. Shannon. 

Granite Falls — L. J. Hunter. 

Granite Quarry — C. H. Weaver. 

Harmony — Miss Mary Kennedy. 

Henderson, R. F. D. No. 4, (Buena Vista)— 
E. L. Green. 

Hendersonville — R. M. Ivins. 

Henrietta — Odus L. Moore. 

Higdonville — Miss Laura Jones. 

Hoffman — James Hutehins. 



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WEBSTER'S REVISED SCHOOL DICTIONARIES. 

No other dictionaries have the same standing as Webster's. 
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Recent revision has placed these books beyond criticism. 
They afford an unusually serviceable knowledge of geography, 
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Holly Springs — K. II. Melntyre. 
Hope Mills — A. W. Davenport. 
Huhtersville — J. M. Humphries. 
Jamestown — L. Lea White. 
Jonesboro- — M. L. Wright. 
K, nly— S. G. Rollings. 
Kernersville — J. M. Weatherly. 
Kittrell — C. E. Pennington. 
LaGrangi — Geo. B. Strickland. 
Lattimon — W. T. R. Bell. 
Lexington (Reeds). 
Libi rty- J. A. Hornaday. 
Lilesvilli — A. A. Keener. 
Li'lington — L. R. Hoffman. 

r.inw I, No. 1, (Churchland)— S. G. Hasty. 

Littleton, No. 2, (Aurelian Springs) — W. II. 

Albright. 
Louisbuxg — W. R. Mills. 
Lucama— J. L. Woodward. 
Lumber Bridge — P. C. Cullum. 
Lyons (Knap of Reeds) — G. J. Green. 
Macon — Herbert Seholz. 
Macclesfield — A. F. Leighton. 
Madison — J. E. Crutchfield. 
Marshall— W. B. Reid. 
Marshall, ko. 2, (Madison Seminary) — R. G. 

Anders. 
Matthews — O. I. Hinson. 
Mebane (Hawfields) — N. G. Stevens. 
Mi rry Oaks— E. P. Franklin. 
Monroe, R. F. D. No. 5, (Wesley Chapel)— 

W. B. Gillespie. 
Morven — J. C. Crawford. 
Mouth of Wilson, Va. (Turkey Knob)— 
Mt. Ulla— E. W. S. Cobb. 
Murphy — L. E. Mauney. 
Nebo— W. B. Shinn. 
Neuse, R. F. D. No. 1, (Bay Leaf)— F. L. 

Foust. 
Newton Grove — Billv Robinson. 
Newton, R. F. D. *No. 2, (St. James)— A. 

C. Sherrill. 
Newton, R. F. D. No. 1, (Startown)— R. C. 

Glenn. 

Oriental— V. C. Daniels. 

Orrum — J. A. Williams. 

Pahtego — L. E. Bennett. 

Pikeville — A. R. Freeman. 

Pilot Mountain — H. F. Pardue. 

Pittsboro— A. B. Stalvev. 

Pleasant Garden— M. S. Giles. 

Pollocksville— Alex. H. White. 

Poplar Branch— Miss Mary H. Phelps. 

Raleigh — Hugh Morson. 

Red Springs (Philadelphus)— Harllee Mc- 

Call. 
Rich Square— J. R .Ware. 
Rich'ands— John W. Hall. 
Roberdell— E. D. Pusey. 
Robersonville — J. D. Everett. 
Rocky Mount (Red Oak)— Palmer Dalrym- 

ple. 
Ronda — M. F. Bumgarner. 
Roper— W. F. McCanless. 
Rosman — 

Row'and — William C. Herbert. 
Ruffin — L. N. Hickerson. 
Scotts— J. M. Watt. 
Seaboard — Horace Stewart. 
Seven Springs — D. Z. Newton. 
Severn — 
Siler City— C. C. Sharpe. 




Snow Camp (Sylvan) — Miles Reece. 

South Mills— E." T. Burgess. 

Southern Pines — W. F. Allen. 

Spring Creek — E. E. Connor. 

Spruce Pine — Arthur Ranes. 

Stanley — H. H. McKeown. 

Stedman— C. T. Ward. 

Stem— T. A. Holton. 

Stoneville — Miss Clara Pigg. 

Sturgills (Helton)— E. W. Cooke. 

Sunbury— John V. Miles, Supt; Mrs. T. W. 

Costen, Jr., Prin. 
Swan Quarter — I. A. Home. 
Teacheys— W. T. McGowan. 
Trinity— Emmett C. Willis. 
Unionville — 0. C. Hamilton. 
Vanceboro — W. J. Newbold. 
Wakefield (Wakelon)— R. C. Holton. 
Walkertown — J. Graham Visar. 
Warsaw— B. I. Tart. 
Washington — N. C. Newbold. 
Waynesville, R. F. D. No. 2, (Rock Hill)— 

D. M. Stallings. 
Wt lister — T. F. Shipman. 
Whitakers— O. V. Hicks. " 
Whiteville— W. R. "Smithwick. 
Wliitth r — Miss Minnie Lyda. 
Wilkesboro — E. G. Sultlemyre. 
Williamston — Z. H. Rose. 
Wilson's Mills— J. E. Purcell, Jr. 
Winton— N. W. Britton. 
Wise— Matt H. Wooten. 
Woodleaf — Geo. B. Wetmore. 

GRADED AND SPECIAJL TAX 
SCHOOLS. 

Aberdeen — Prof. Sinsrletary. 

Albemarle— H. A. Scott. 

Albemarle, (Wiscossett Graded School) — E. 

W. Joyner. 
Alexander — Elza Elmore. 
Alexis — 

Andrews— J. H. Harwood. 
Angier — J. M. Page. 
Ashboro — O. V. Woosley. 
Apex — A. D. Harrell. 
Apex (Mills School)— Miss Ola Giles. 
Apex (Patrick School) — Miss Ernie Booker. 
Apex (Salem)— J. M. White. 
Apex (White Oak)— Miss Ana Kelly. 
Asheville— R. J. Tigh". 
Atlantic— V. C. Eaker. 
Aulandcr--B. E. Phillips. 
Aurora— W. T. Brothers. 
Ayden— J. A. MoArtluir. 
Balsom Grove — Miss Gertie Waldrop. 
Banners Elk— Edgar Tufts. 
Battleboro— E. C. Ruffin. 
Battleground — Miss Lemana Gibbs. 
Bavboro — Prof. Hendricks. 
Beaufort— L. M. White. 
Beaulaville — Miss Mary Mayo. 
Belgrade— Miss Nellie' Allen. 
Belhaven— W. M. Hinson. 
Benson— L. T. Royall. 
Bessemer City — T. P. Rockette. 
Beta— S. T. Cooper. 
Bethel — Julian B. Martin. 
Biscoe — Hoy Taylor. 
Boomer — J. H. Isbell. 
Boone — Miss Sallie Ray. 
Brevard — Ben G. Estes. 



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Bright, (Sand Hill)— Miss Maud Ruppe. 

Browns Summit — Miss Jessie White. 

Brown's Summit (Brightwood)— Mrs. T. -N. 
Sellars. 

Browns Summit, R. F. D., (Gibsonville) — 
Rev. F. M. Hair. 

Brvson City— S. A. Richardson. 

Burgaw— D. H. Bland. 

Burlington— F. H. Curtis. 

Burlington, R. F. D. No. 1, (Friendship) — 
P. E. Shaw. 

Burlington, R. F. D. No. S, (Hall's)— Miss 
Carrie Hornaday. 

Calypso — P. M. Williams. 

Cedar Creek — Miss Katie Shaw. 

Cedar Hill— Miss Sussanna D. Randleman. 

Chadbourn — 

( harlotte — Alexander Graham. 

Charlotte. R. F. D. No. 2, (Sharon Acad- 
emy)— W. B. Reid. 

Charlotte, R. F. D. No. 3, (Shopton)— W. 
W. Rankin, Jr. 

Olierryville— S. P. Wilson. 

China Grove — Miss Carrie Gracher. 

Clayton — Bruce H. Carroway. 

Climax (Oak Hill) — Miss Joyner Harden. 

Clinton— J. Walter Campen. 

("arkton — S. Singletary, Jr. 

Coats— C. D. Stewart. 

Colerain — Miss Louise X. Ferebee. 

Colfax— J. A. Storfe. 

Columbia — W. B. Morton. 

Concord — J. D. Lentz. 

Concord, No. 1, (Pitts) — Miss Lula Morri- 
son. 

Concord, R. F. D. No. 1, (Rimer)— A. H. 
Penninger. 

Concord, No. 6, (Whitehall)— C. A. Coch 
ran. 

Concord, No. 3, (Winecoff)— Jno. W. Moore. 

Congo — Miss Jannie Gilreath. 

Coolecmee — R. D. Johnson. 

Cora — 

Cornelius — J.' Willis Raglev. 

Council— A. C. Chaffln. 

Courtney — Prof. Mitchell. 



Crab Creek — Norman Stepp, p. o., Etowah. 

Cullowhee— E. H. Stilwell. 

Pallas— S. G. Lindsay. 

Danville, Va., No. 5, (Dan River) — Miss 

Wilson. 
Davidson— W. F. O'Kelly. 
Dell— C. M. Beach. 
Dillsboro — ■ 

Drum Hill — Miss Sallie Edwards. 
Dunn — J. A. McLean. 
Durham — W. D. Carmichacl. 
East Bind— 
Mas! Kings Mountain (Cumberland) — Miss 

Eliose McGill. 
Edenton — 15. H. Bacliman. 
Edwards— Geo. F. Hill. 
Efland (Fairfield) — Miss Dora R. Andrews. 
Elkville — Miss Bertha Day. 
Elizabeth City— S. L. Sheep. 
Elkton — Miss Mattie Uzzell. 
Elm Citv — A. B. Cameron. 
Elon College— Mrs. J. W. Patton. 
Enfield — M. S. Wiggins. 
Englehard (Lake Landing) — George Guthrie. 
Etowah (Crab Creek) — Norman Stepp. 
Eureka— E. B. Phillips. 
Farmington — W. P. Hcnlev. 
FurmviUe— E. M. Rollins. 
Favetteville — J. A. Jones. 
Fayetteville, No. 8, (East Over)— I. S. 

Flannagan. 
Fayetteville, No. 3, (Glendale)— Arthur Mc- 

Nair. 
Fayetteville, No. 8, (Grays Creek)— Guy 

Cox. 
Fayetteville, R. F. D. No. 8 (King Hiram) 

— W. 1. Johnson. 
Fayetteville, No. 3 (McPherson) Miss Mary 

McArthur. 
Fayetteville, No. X (Westover) Miss Myrtle 

Graham. 
Finch— J. E. Redfern. 
Fishing Creek— W. R. Hendren. 
Flat Hock— W S. Shetle. 
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THE NORTH CAROLINA STATE 
NORMAL & INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE 

offers to the young women of the State four regular courses 
leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Pedagogy, Bachelor of 
Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Bachelor of Music. The eigh- 
teenth annual session begin s September, 1909. 

THE SPECIAL TWO M ONTHS' COURSES FOR TEACHERS 
OF OTHER COLLEGES B EGINS APRIL 5, 1909. 
For catalogue and other information address, 

President J. I. FOUST, 

Greensboro, N. C. 



Franklin — C. A. Haynes. 

Franklin (Higdonville) — Miss Laura Jones. 

Franklinsville — D. M. Weatherly. 

Franklinton — E. E. Sams. 

Fremont — W. M. Rodgers. 

Fuquay Springs — Robt. A. Foard. 

Garner — J. E. Dowd. 

Gainer (Cade Springs) — Miss Sarah H. 

Stancil. 
Gastonia — Joe S. Wrav. 

Gates (Reynoldson) — Miss Lottie May Rice. 
Gibsonville — A. M. Garwood. 
Gibsonville (Monticello) — Just established. 
Glen Alpine — Frank W. Edmonson. 
Glengarry — Mrs. M. N. liobeson. 
Glover— R. A. Burt. 
Godwin— W R. Clegg. 
Gold Valley — A. C. Bergeron. 
Goldsboro— A. E. Woltz. 
Goldsboro, R. F. D. No. 1, (Rosewood)— E. 

N. Thoane. 
Goldsboro, R. F. D. No. 2, (Woodland)— W. 

E. Younts. 
Graham— A. T. Allen. 
Granite Falls — James W. Eendron. 
Greensboro— W. H. Swift. 
Greensboro, R. F. D. No. 4, (Bessemer) — J. 

Wilson Correll. 
Greensboro (Crow Hill) — Miss Katie Gibbs. 
Greensboro, R. F. D. No. 4, (Glenwood) — 

Miss Cora Hornaday. 
Greensboro, R. F. D. No. 3 (Groome)— 

R. A. Neese. 
Greensboro, No. 3, (Halls)— John S. Teague. 
Greensboro (Hodgin) — Miss Francis Marshall. 
Greensboro, No. 7, (Longview) — Miss Lillian 

Jinnette. 




Greensboro (Proximity) — Miss Grimsley. 
Greensboro (Revolution) — Miss Stella Grims- 
ley. 
Greensboro, No. 1, (Rocky Knoll)— Miss 

Lou Gray. 
Greensboro, R. F. D. No. 6, (South Buffalo) 

— Miss Dovie Mendenhall. 
Greensboro, No. 3, (Walnut Grove)— D. A. 

Neese. 
Greensboro (White Oak)— Miss Mary Cator. 
Orp«nviTle — H. B. Smitn. 
Grifton— W. H. Cale. 
Guilford College — 
Guilford College, R. F. D., (Muirs Chapel) 

— Miss Olive Anderson. 
Guilford College— T. D. Sharp. 
Guilford College (Piney Grove) — Miss Nettie 

Malloy. 
Hamilton— S. T. Lisle. 
Hamlet— W. L. Criddlehaugh. 
Harris Creek (Jacksonville, R. F. D. No. 3) 

Acover Fountain. 
Harrisburg — D. W. Moose. 
Haw River — A. L. Lincoln. 
Haw River (Hawsfleld)— N. S. Stevens. 
Hays — A. B. Hays. 
Henderson — I. T. Alderman. 
Henderson, R. F. D., (Buna Vista)— E. L 

Green. 
Henderson (So. Henderson) — Mrs. W. 

Horner. 
Hendersonville — R. M. Ives. 
Hend°rsonville (Big Willow) — Rev. T 

Drake. 
Hertford — S. B. Underwood. 
Hickory — Charles M. Stalcy. 
High Point — Harry Howell. 



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Elizabeth College 

and Conservatory of 



usic 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

A HIGH-GRADE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN. 

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, President 



High Point, No. 1, (Deep River) — Miss 

Amanda Leonard. 
High Point, No. 2, (DeLane) — Miss Kara 

Reid. 
High Point (Meehanicsville)— D. P. Cobb. 
High Point, R. F. D., (Oak Hill)— J. D. 

Paul. . . 

High Point, R. F. D. No. 3, (Oak Shade)— 

Miss Bettie Blackburn. 
High Point, R. F. D., (Springfield)— E. E. 

Farlow. 
High Point, R. F. D., (Welch)— J. A. 

Wright. 
Hope Mills, No. 1, (Galatia)— Miss Bettie 

Campbell. 
Horse Shoe, (Rymer) — Miss Maggie Brittain. 
Iluntersville — .). M. Matthews. 
Idalia — Miss Emily Guilford. 
Iotla — Miss Elizabeth Kelly, Franklin. 
Jackson — J. R. McLendon. 
Jacksonville — H. M. Loy. 
Jacksonville, R. F. D. No. 3 — Acover Foun- 
tain, (Harris Creek). 
Jamestown — L. Lea White. 
Jefferson — E. J. Johnson. 
Job's Cabin — Miss Ethel Bumgarner. 
Jonesboro — Martin Wright. 
Jonesville — M. R. Dunnagan. 
Kelly, No. 4— E. C. Dollar. 
Kelly, No. 5— H. L. Cupp. 
Kenly— S. G. Rollins. 
Kernersville — J. M. Weatherly. 
Kernersville, No. 3, (Winding Hill) — Miss 

Essie Fulton. 
Kittrell — E. O. Pennington. 
Kings Mountain (Cumberland) — Miss Eloise 

McGill. 
Kinston — L. C. Brogden. 
LaGrange — Geo. B. Strickland. 
Lawndale (Piedmont) — W. D. Burns. 
Leaksvillc— Mrs. T. J. Taylor. 
Lenoir — John L. Harris. 
Lewiston (Woodville Academy) — Jesse Par 

ker. 
Lf-xington — W. M. Brown. 
Liberty, R. F. D., (Oakdale)— O. L. Jones. 
Lillington — L. R. Hoffman. 



Lincolnton— B. P. Caldwell. 
Little Rand Mt.— W. S. Edwards. 
Littleton- 
Locust Hill (Pelham) — Miss May Brown. 
Louisbu.g— \V. K. Mills. 
Lowell — Prof. Kahn. 
Luama — 
Lucia — 

Lumberton — R. E. Sentelle. 
.Macclesfield — A. F. Leighton. 
Madison — J. E. Crutchfield. 
Madison— J. \V. Griffin. 
Magnolia — G. C. Scaife. 
Manchester — W. A. Nicholson. 
Manteo — Richard T. Hovverton, Jr. 
Maple Springs — Miss Ina Cook. 
Marble — Jack Barton. ■ 
Marion— D. F. Giles. 
Marsh ville — Jackson Hamilton. 
Matthews, R. F. D. 17 (Providence)— Miss 

Minnie Downs. 
Matthews (Wedington)— G. W. Davenport. 
Maxton — Supt. Thomason. 
Mavodan — Mrs. L. W. Weathersby. 
Me'banc— H. C- Stout. 
Merry Oakes — E. R. Franklin. 
Middleburg— Mrs. H. F. Howland. 
Millspring (Silver Creek)— R. B. Ledbetter. 
Mint Hill (Bain Academy)— R. M. Gray. 
Mocksville — R. D. Jenkins. 
Monbo— A. C. Sherrill. 
Monroe — J. A. Bivens. 
Monroe, No. 4, (Prospect)— Ed. Crane. 
Monroe (Wesley)— T. M. Wylie. 
Montezuma — Prof. Ridcner. 
Moravian Falls — C. S. Bumgarner. 
Morehead City— S. W. Carvile. 
Morgan ton — J. E. Aveiii. 
Mooresville — A. C. Kerley. 
\Ins<s (reck — Ceo. Sprinkle. 
Mount Airy — E. S. Sheppe. 
Mount Holly — Prof. It nson. 
Mount Olive— Z. D. Mf'Vhorter. 
Mounl Olive (Franklin)— Miss Charlotte 

Hill. 
Ml. Pleasant— J. T. Bobbins. 
iloyock— W. 1. Aiken. 



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Mulberry—John McGrady. 

Murphy— L. E. Mauney. 

Murphy (Marble)— Jessie Mauney. 

Nashville— J. P. Wilson. 

N wton — J. A. Smithdeal. 

Newton Grove — Billie Robinson. 

New lieni — II. B. Craven. 

North Henderson — Miss Marina Whitley. 

North Wilkesbbro — W. G. Coletrane. 

North Wilkesboro, No. 4— D. G. Wiles. 

Oak Ridge — Mrs. Ella B. Merrimon. 

Oak Ridge — Grover Brookbank. 

Old Fort— R. D. Jenkins. 

Ophir (Uwharrie) — W. L. Thayor. 

Oriental — V. C. Daniels. 

O3ceo'a Miss Elma Thomas. 

Oxford— J. W. Conley. 

Parkton- Preston Stamps. 

Pendleton — W. J. Beale. 

Pilot Mountain — FI. F. Pardue. 

Pinetops— S. T. Thorne. 

Pinnacle — T. L. Revelle. 

Pine Level — W. P. Cameron. 

Pisga — Gertrude Mitchell. 

Pittsboro— A. B. Stalvey. 

Pleasant Garden — M. S. Giles. 

Pleasant Garden (Pine Grove) — Mrs. L. M. 
Lorbacher. 

Pleasant Garden (Tucker) — Miss Lula Fent- 
ress. 

Pleasant Hill — F. M. Higgins. 

Plumtree — Rev. Joseph Hall. 

Plymouth — C. J. Everett. 

Pomona — Miss Bessie Howard. 

Polloeksville— Alex. H. White. 

Price's Mills — 

Princeton — Miss Pearl Aycock. 

Purlear — J. A. Thomasson. 

Qualla — Chas. Owen. 

Gates (Reynoldson) — Miss Lottie May. 

Raeford — J. R. Holler Mclntyre. 

Raleigh — Frank M. Harper. 

Ramseur— W. P. White. 

Randleman — N. F. Farlow. 

Red Oak— P. Dalrymple. 

Reelsboro — Frank Brinson. 

R idsville— S. G. Harden. 

Rhodhiss — 

Richlands— C. D. Franck. 

Riley, R. F. D. No. 1, (Ray School)— Mrs. 
Beatrice P. Baker. 

Roanoke Rapids — Prof. Akers. 

Roaring River — W. T. Comer. 

Robersonville — J. D. Everett. 

Rock Creek— J. S. Elliott. 

Rockingham — L. J. Bell. 

Rocky Mount— W. V. Boyle. 

Rogers X Roads — S. E. Garner. 

I.olesvilh — W. R. Sherr>.!l. 

Ronda — M. F. Bumgarner. 

Roper — Walter F. McCanless. 

Rose Hill, (Rockfish) — Miss Mary Johnson. 

Rose Hill— J. W. Sloan. 

Rosendale — B. O. Turner. 

Rosendale — B. O. Turner. 

Round Mt. — Miss Ethel Dimmette. 

Roxboro — Henry Burns. 

Roxobel— W. M. Cook. 

Ruffin — L. W. Hickerson. 

Ruthtrfordton — J. B. Bridges. 

Ridgeville (Semora) — W. L. Crumpton. 

Smalls — Miss Mary O. Guilford. 



fcmithfii Id— Ira T. Turlington. 

Snei ds F< rry — Miss Etta Freeman. 

Snow Camp (Spring) — Miss Mary Holmes. 

Snow Camp (Green) — Miss SaUie Ratcliffe. 

Snow tamp (Sylvan) — Miles Rcece. 

Shelby, R. F. D. No. 3, (Boiling Springs) — 

J. J. Hudgins. 
Southport — Miss Lucile Reamy. 
Speed — W. A. Bridgers. 
Spencer— W. G. Caswell. 
Spray — Geo. W. Deshazo. 
Spring Hope— R. E. Ransom. 
Spruce Pine — Arthur Rains. 
Statesville — D. Matt Thompson. 
Stedman— C. T. Ward. 
Stokesdale— W. G. Lowry. 
Stokesdale (Bethel)— J. Wright Pegram. 
Stoneville — A. E. Garrett. 
Stony Point — James Hendren. 
Sunbury— Mrs. J. M. White, (Middle 

Swamp). 
Swan " Quarter — I. H. Home. 
Swan Quarter (South Lake)— Miss Eloise 

Bell. 
Tarboro— R. G. Kittrell. 
Thomasville — J. N. - Hanss. 
Tomotla— W. B. Sneed. 
Trenton— C. W. Howard, Jr. 
Trov — Wade Crawford. 
Tryon— W. A. Newell. 
Fnionville — O. C. Hamilton. 
Vandemere — Miss Joella Mayo. 
Wads — Miss Elizabeth McCoy. 
Warlrsboro— J. H. Mclver. 
Wallace— W. B. Allen. 
Walnut Grove — Miss Viola Gambill. 
Wake Forest— W. O. Cox. 
Wake Forest (Forestville)— E. P. Ellington. 
W T arrenton — Prof. Grant. 

Warsaw (Lanefield) — Miss Florence Boyette. 
Washington — N. C. Newbold. 
Waxhaw— R. T. Teague. 
Waxhaw, No. 3, (Wedington)— J. M. Dow- 

num. 

Waynesville— W. C. Allen. 

Webster — J. L. Woodward. 

Weldon— R. H. Latham. 

Wc ndell — Mrs. Mary L. Nowell. 

V.'i --tfield — C. H. Johnson. 

Whi takers — 

White Oak— W. W. Woodhouse. 

Whiteville — J. A. Smithwick. 

Whittier — Miss Minnie Lyda. 

Wilkesboro— E. G. Settlemyre. 

Williamston — Z. H. Rose. 

Wilmington — J. J. Blair. 

Wilmington (Hemingway) — Wingate Un- 
derbill. 

Wilmington (Union) — Miss Nellie Cook. 

Wilson — Charles L. Coon. 

Wilson Mills— J. E. Pureell. 

Windsor— J. I. White. 

Wingate— B. T. Tyner. 

Winston — W. S. Snipes. 

Woodard (Cashie Creek) — Miss Augustine 
Parker. 

Youngsville — ■ 

Youngsville, R. F. D. No. 1, (Pearce 
School) — L. N. Ranes. 

Salcmburg — Mrs. Edwards. 

Salisbury— J. L. Lingle and I. C. Griffin. 

Samaria — W. L. Duncan. 




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The North Carolina College of 
Agriculture and Mechanic 

Arts 

OFFERS PRACTICAL INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION IN: — 

1. Agriculture, including Horticulture, Dairying, Stock-raising, 
and the Sciences on which these are based. 

2. Engineering, including Civil, Electrical and Mechanical and a 
two year Machinist Course. 

3. Textile Art, including Spinning-, Weaving, Dyeing, Mill Calcu- 
lations, Mill Management, Etc. 

4. Industrial Chemistry. 

These coures present splendid opportunities for young men to lit 
themselves for assured succ ess in life. . For catalogues write to 



President D. H. HILL, 



Sanford— R. W. Allen. 

Saxapahaw — A. W. Hobbs. 

Scotland Neck — C. YV". Wilson. 

Seranton (Sladesville) — Miss Clara Hearn. 

Seaboard — Robert K. Sanson. 

S:agrove (Why Not) — G. F. Grover. 

Selma— B. F. Hassell. 

Shelbv — .]. Y. In in. 

Shelby (Earl)— Lee B. Weathers. 

Siler City— Chas. C. Sharpe. 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS AND 
PRINCIPALS. 

Tavlorsville Colleaiate Institute, Taylors- 
yille— J. A. White. 

Hiddenite High School, Hiddenite— A. F. 
Sharpe. 

Green Valley Academy, Green Valley — J. 
0. Goodman. 

Helton Academy — Helton. 

Jefferson Academy — Jefftrson. 

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. 

Pantcgo Academy — Pantego. 

Bath Academy — Bath. 

White Oak Academy, White Oak— W. W. 
Woodhouse. 

Southport High School, Southport — Prof. 
Rendollar. 

Asheville School, Asheville — M. M. Ander- 
son, 

Winn's School for Boys, Asheville — J. A. 



West Raleigh, N. C. 



Winn. 
Wit Academy — Clias. R. Wheaiey. 
Asheville Farm School— Swanannoa. 
Weaverville College, Weaverville — W. L. 

Abernathy. 
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. W. Peel. 
Mt. Pleasant Collegiate Institute, Mt. 

Pleasant— G. F. McAllister, Henry Miller. 
Mt. Amoena Seminary, Mt. Puasant — 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. 
Mrs. S. V. Irwin — Concord. 
Davenport College, Lenoir — C. C. Weaver. 
Lenoir Academy — Lenoir. 
St. Paul's School (Epis.1, Beaufort — Edward 

T. Hill. 
IJiaul'ort High School, Beaiffort — Miss 

Maud Davis. 
Harry North School (Meth.), More In ad 

City — Bruce II. Carrjway. 
Atlantic Institute (Bapt.), Morehead Citj - 

A. W. Setzer. 



King's Business College has 
the Penmanship Department. \\ 
all departments. Write lor our 



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Baptist University For Women 

Located in the heart of Raleigh, convenient to Libraries and 
Churches, School of Arts, Philosophy and Sciences; of Music, 
Elocution, Art, Bible and Business. Faculty of twenty-nine 
women and six men. Comfort of students looked after by Lady 
Principal, Matron, Lady Physician and Nurse. Excellent equip- 
ment, furnishings and fare. Board, Literary tuition, Physician, 
Nurse, Library and Gymnasium, $196.50 per session; in Club, 
$170.00-$175.00. 

Address R. X. VANN RALEIGH, N. C. 



Graham Academy, Marshallburg — W. Q. A. 

Graham. 
Prof. Mack Ball's School— Atlantic. 
Yanceyville, Yanceyville; — June Bennetl. 
Pinnix-Hurdle Institute, Union Ridge, R. F. 

D.— T. W. Stroud. 
Ieasburg Institute, Leasburg— Miss Fannie 

Sargeant. 
Goldston High School, Goldston— W. II. 

Tyler. 
Mt. Vernon Springs School, Mt. Vernon 

Springs — Miss Lizzie Dixon. 
Miss Daisy Massie — Murphy. 
Hayesville High School, Hayesville — G. H. 

Haigler. 
Piedmont High School, Lawndale — W. D. 

Burns. 
Fallston High School, Fallston— J. W. 

Dellinger. 
Lattimore High School, Lattimore — \V. T. 

R. Bell. 
Boiling Springs High School, Shelby, No. 

3— J. D. Huggins. 
Waco High School — Wcco. 
F.arl 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 Parochial School, New 

Rcrn — Miss Mary N. Williams. 
Miss Alice Mallett — Fayetteville. 
Misses Ellison — Fayetteville. 
Donaldson-Davidson Academy — Fayetteville. 
Raeford High School (Mixed), Raeford— E. 

D. Summers. 
Denton High School. Denton — Rev. George 

L. Reynolds. 
Churchland High School — Churchland. 
Liberty Institute, Wallbury — P. S. Vann. 
Reeds High School, Lexington, No. 3 — J. W. 

Cole. 
Sunny 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 Conservatory 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. 

Rural Hall Academy — Rural Hall. 
Louisburg College for Women, Louisburg— 

Mrs. Mary Davis Allen. 
Mapleville High School, Mapleville — Miss 

Jannette Hayes. 
Bunn High School, Bunn— W. D. Poe. 
Ingleside High School, Ingleside — Thos. 

Sledge. 
Linwood College, Gastonia — Rev. A. T. 

Lindsay. 
Sacred Heart Academy (Cath.), Belmont — 

Mother M. Theresa. 
Belmont High School, Belmont — Frank 

Jackson. 
Mrs. Lucy 0. Brown — Gatesville. 
McLeansville Academy, McLeansville — C. D 

Cobb. 
Browns Summit Academy, Browns Sum 

mit— W. H. Rankin. 
Peele's College of Business, Greensboro — 

Judson Peele. 
Havwood Institute, Clyde — W. H. Woodall. 
Bat Cave (Epis.), Bat Cave— H. G. Mitch- 
ell. 
St. Paul (Epis.), Edneyville— Miss Springer. 
Upward (Epis.), Flat Rock, R. F. D— Miss 

Helen Webb. 
Fruitland High School (Bapt.), Fruitland— 

P. H. Posey. 
Seminary for Young Ladies, Murfreesboro — 

Mrs. E. E. Parham. 
Fairfield, Fairfield— D. W. Simmons. 
McC!aud, Scranton — Miss Ada Ray. 
Sladesville School, Scranton — Miss Org 

Credle. 
Statesville Male Academy, Statesville — A. 

S. Paxton. 
Harmony Academy — Harmony. 
Eupeptic Springs Academy — Eupeptic 

Springs. 
Cool Springs Academy, Cool Springs — John 

F. Mitchell. 



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Greensboro Female College 



GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Literary and business courses. Schools of music, art and elo- 
cution. Finest advantages, and moderate terms. 

FALL SESSION begins Wednesday, September 8th, 1909. For 
catalogue apply to ' 

MRS. LUCY H. ROBERTSON, President, Greensboro, N, C. 



Statesville Female College, Statesville — Dr. 
J. A. Scott. 

Troutman Academy, Troutman — M. T. 

Hinshaw. 
Sylva Collegiate Institute, Sylva — F. A. 

Brown. 
Trenton High School, Trenton— W. H. 

Rhodes. 

Miss Dora Miller's School — Kinston. 

The Kinston Practical Business College, 

Kinston — Mrs. W. A. Bobbitt. 
Mrs. Mittie Perry'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. 
Everetts 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. 
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. O. John- 
son. 

Mount Pleasant Academy, Glover — B. A. 

Burt. 

Nashville High School, Nashville — A. L. 

Lincoln. 

Red Oak Academy, Nashville — T. R. Mc- 

Lendon. 
Stanhope Academy, Spring Hope — J. E. 

Redfearn. 
Samaria High School, Spring Hope — C. W. 

Johnson. 



O-k Lcve' High School, Nashville— S. V. 

Pitts, M. W. Forrest. 

Cape Fear Academy, Wilmington — W. Cat- 

lett. 

St. Paul's Academy, W Imington. 

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. Brags & Miss Hurt's School, Hills- 

boro— Mrs. Mary Bragg and Miss Alice 

Heart. 

Caldwell Institute, Rougemont, R. F. Tf. 
. No. 3. — Rev. M. W. Arrowood. 
Cedar Grove Academy, Cedar Grove — Miss 

Annie Hughes. 
Orange Grove Academy, Hillsboro, R. F. D. 

No. 3— J. F. Grcason. 
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. 
Wintervlile High School. Winterville— G. E. 

Lineberry. 
Free Will Baptist Theological Seminary; 

Ayden— Elder W. H. Peyton. 
Saluda Seminar}' — Saluda. 
Franklinsville High School, Franklinsville 

— D. M. AVeatherly. 
Shiloh Academy, Mofntf— 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. Garner. 
Liberty Normal College, Liberty — T. C. 

Amick. 
Trinity High School- Trinity— B. F. 

Hodgin. 
Rnmseur High School, Ramseur— W. P. 

White. 
Reidsville Seminary, Reidsvillc — H. A. 

Hayes. 
Lcaksville-Spray Institute, Leaksville — J. A. 

Beam. 
New Bethel Academy — C. C. Sharpe. 
North Carolina Military Academy, Red 

Springs — W. M. Jones. 



King's Business College has a correspondence, or mail course, 
enabling one to get a busine ss or shorthand course at home. Send 
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China Grove High School, China Grove— 

P. E. Wright. 
Crescent Academy and Business College, 

Crescent. — I. M. L. Lyerly. 
Dell School, Delway— C. M. Beach. 
Salemburg School, Salemburg— Mrs. Mollie 

Edward. 
Ida Mills School, Laurirburg, R. F. D. No. 

4 — Mrs. L. E. Gibson. 
Civilly Street School, Laurinburg— Miss 

Minnie McKinnon. 
Wyche Academy, Lauiinburg— Miss Grace 

Schaffer. 
Gibson Academy, Gibson— J. B. Philoeck. 
Fork Acadi my, Norwood— J. Wilson Smith. 
Norwood High School, Norwood— L. C. 

Blalock. 
The Yadkin Mineral Springs Institute, Pal- 

merville — E. F. Eddins. 
Englewood Seminary, Albemaile — Miss F. 

E. U fiord. 
New London High School, 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. 
Banbury School, Danbury— J. T. Smith. 
Brevard Industrial School, Brevard — C. H. 

Trobridge. 
St. Mary's KinCergatUn, Raleigh — Miss 

Louise T. Busbee. 
Warrenton Female Academy, Warrenton— 

Miss Lucy Hawkins. 
Skyland Institute, Blowing Rock— Miss 

Flagg. 
Lees McRas Institute (Pros.), Banners Elk — 

Rev. Edgar Tufts. 
Valle Crucis Mission School (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. 
Stanley McCormick (Pres.), Burnsville — 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.), Burns- 
ville— E. E. Hawkins. 
Paid Creek College (M<:ih.), Bald Creek. 
Yadkin Valley, Boonvilie — J. L. Teague. 
Yadkinville Normal, Yadkinville — Z. H. 

Dixon. 
Yadkin Valley, Boonvil e— J. L. Teague. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

Total available public school 

fund $3,294,231.70 

Raised by local taxation 650,739.40 

Total raised by taxation for 

public schools < > eluding 

bonds, loans, State appro- 



priations and balance from 

previous year 2,327,009.50 

Total expenditures for all 

schools 2,958,160.19 

Average annual salary of rural 

white teachers 143.84 

Average annual salary of city 

white teachers 374.84 

Average annual salary of rural 

teachers 92.35 

annual salary of city 

teachers 

term in rural white 



246.88 



term in city white 



term of all 
in the State . . 
term of colored 



white 



rural 



colored 



city 



89.2 
165.5 



100.0 



81.1 
93.0 



163.1 



colored 
Average 

colored 
Average 

schools 
Average 

schools 
Average 

schools 
Average 

schools • 

Avi rage term of all 

schools of the State . . . 
Average term of colored 

schools 

Value of school property 4,917,312.00 

Value of property of white 

schools 4,282,255.00 

Value of property of colored ■ 

schools ' 635.057.00 

Value of rural white school 

property 2,170,394.00 

Value of citv white school 

property . . ." 2,111,801.00 

Value of rural colored school 

property 338,277.00 

Value of citv colored school 

property . . .". 296,780.00 

Total number of school houses.. 7,537 

Rural school houses 7,2S2 

City school houses 2-35 

Rural white school houses .... 5,104 

City white school houses 104 

Rural colored school houses .... 2,173 
City colored school houses .... 91 
Total number white school dis- 
tricts 5,33 

Total number colored school 

districts 2,298 

Total school population 715,716 

Rural school population 590,550 

City school population 125,166 

White school population .. .. 483,915 

Colored school population.. .. 231,801 

White rural school population . '406,150 
White city school population.. 77,759 

Colored rural school population 184,304 
Colored city school population 47,407 

Total enrollment in all schools 497,716 

Enrollment in rural schools 423,221 

Enrollment in city schools .... 74.495 

White enrollment 346,575 

White enrollment In rural 

schools 

White enrollment in city 

schools 50,567 

Colored enrollment 151,141 

Colored enrollment in rural 

schools 127,213 

Colored enrollment in city 

schools 23,928 

Total average daily attendance. 308,488 



King's Business College 
ment of every business man 
lina, who is familiar with its 



(Inc.) has the unqualified endorse- 
in Raleigh, Charlotte, or North Caro- 
work. Send for circulars. 



SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. 



63 



ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE, 

WILSON, N. C 

JESSE C. CALDWELL, President. 



A Faculty of Twelve Teachers Conferring Academic Degrees 



DEPARTMENTS— Collegiate, Biblical, reparato'ry, Musical (piano and voice); 
Business, Expression, Fine Arts. 

CO-EDUCATIONAL— Young Ladies Bo.rJing School, under charge of president and 
ladies of faculty. Young Men's Home undei charge of competent professor. 

Modern Plant, Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Filtered Water Supply, Good Health 
Record, Christian Environments, Beautiful Campus, Mild But Positive Discipline. 



Average daily attendance in 
rural schools 

Average daily attendance in 
city schools 

Average daily attendance in 
white schools 

Average daily attendance in 
rural white schools ...... .. 

Average daily attenaance . in 
city white schools 

Average daily attendance in 
colored schools 

Average daily attendance in col- 
ored rural schools 

Average daily attend ;nce in 
colored city schools 

Percentage of school population 
enrolled, North Carolina .... 

Rural 

City 

White, North Carolina 

White, rural 

White, city 

Colored, North Carolina 

Colored, rural 

Colored, city 

Percentage of enrollment in 
daily attendance, North Caro- 
lina 

Vhjte, North Carolina 

White, rural 

White, city 

Colored, North Carolina .... 

Colored, rural 

Colored, city 

Total number of teachers .... 

Rural 

City 

White teachers 

White, rural 

White, city 

Colored teachers 

Colored teachers, rural 

Colored teachers, city 

White men employed 

Rural 

City 

White women employed 

Rural .' 

City 

Colored men employed 

Rural 



City 106 

Colored women employed 1,897 

Rural 1,030 

City 267 

New school houses built 404 

White 324 

Colored SOI 

PUBLIC SCHOOL FUND. 



258,233 

50,255 

220,371 

183,675 

36,696 

88,117 

74,558 

13,559 

69.5 
V1.7 

59.5 
71.6 
72.9 
65.0 
65.2 
68 9 
50.5 



61.8 

fiQ P 

62.0 

72.6 

58.3 

5S.6 

56.7 

10,550 

9,052 

1,103 

7,775 

6,650 

1,125 

'2,775 

2,4<.2 

373 

2,241 

2,105 

136 

5,534 

4,515 

989 

878 

772 



QO 

o 
COUNTIES. ~ 3 

• H 

o o 
cctrj 

.~r 

E-i a 

Alamance 9,188 

Alexander 4,032 

Alleghany 3,077 

Anson 8,310 

Ashe 7,759 

Beaufort 8,886 

Bertie 7,633 

B'aden 6,346 

Brunswick 4,170 

Buncombe 16,259 

Burke 6,4S0 

Cabarrus ...' 8,585 

Caldwell 6, 

Camden 2,023 

Carteret 4,075 

Caswell 4,824 

Catawba 9,814 

Chatham 8,587 

Cherokee 5,194 

Chowan 3,344 

Clay 1,465 

Cleveland 9, 

Columbus 8,786 

Craven 7,6"8 

Cumberland 11,962 

Currituck 2,622 

Dare 1,7(18 

Davidson - 9 

Davie 4,614 

Duplin 8,050 



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o--" - - 

a C05 

(3 O ** od 

s o 

£- 1 . 
B -.'- Z 

< 2 &, fa 



1,282 
564 
430 

1,161 

1,084 
124 

1,066 
866 
583 

2,271 
905 

1,199 
'1)26 
283 

674 

1,371 

1,190 

725 

168 

200 

1,303 

1,221 

1,061 

1,671 

644 

1,121. 



64 



SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. 



DO YOU WANT 

GOOD FARMERS. DAIRYMEN, BRICKLAYERS, CARPENTERS 
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 fore- 
most of the country, sending out graduates o.miiu iu none'/ Write for catalog. Address, 

PRESIDENT DUDLEY, 

A. & Ni. College, 

Greensboro, N. G. 

FACULTY OF V '■ »*. roLLFGE. 
JAMES B. DUDLEY, President; Head of English Department. 
\Y. F. DFBXAM. Assistant English Depattment. 
S. P. SEBASTIAN, Assistant English Department. 
M. GOINS, Assistant English Department. 
C. W. PIERCE, Head Mechanical Department. 
W. II. GREENE, Instructor in Carpentry and Wood Turning. 
C. C. AMEY, Instructor in Blacksmithing 
W. N. NELSON, Assistant Instructor in Carpentry. 
Pi. L. PAGE, Instructor in Masonry. 
WM. YATES, Instructor in Tinning. 
J. H. BLUFORD, Director Agricultural Department. 
W. F. ROBINSON, Assistant Florist. 
C. N. McCUNE, Director Dairy Department. 

J. D. CHAVIS, Director Teachers' Training Department; Supt. Night School. 
J. W. LANDRETH, Director of Industries 
S. A. KERR, Secretary and Treasurer. 
JUNIUS ROOKS, Steward. 



School 
COUNTIES. Popul't'n. 

Durham 10,072 

Edgecombe 871(5 

Forsyth 13,5-2.") 

Franklin 8,125 

Gaston 13,277 

Gates 4,043 

Graham 1,830 

Granville 8,228 

Greene 4,187 

Guilford 17,055 

Halifax 11, 557 

Harnett 7,535 

Haywood 6,665 

Henderson 5,260 

Hertford 5,143 

Hyde 3,152 

Iredell 11,008 

Jackson .. 4,204 

Johnston 12,607 

Jones 2,703 

Lee 2,606 

Lenoir 6,466 

Lincoln 6,266 

Macon 4,506 

Madison 7,762 

Martin 5,808 

McDowell 5,276 

Meclenburg 21,244 

Mitchell 6,463 

Montgomery 5,063 

Moore 9,054 

Nash 9,665 

New Hanover 7,588 

Northampton 6,750 



Amt. Per 
Capita. 

1.533.00 

1,217.80 

1,880.75 

1,177.14 

1,855.00 

565.08 

228.74 

1,140.61 

5so.00 

. 2,5C8-67 

1,614-74 

1,052.70 

931.23 

733.1S 

718.57 

441.39 

1,550.61 

599.95 

1,756.02 

391.23 



903.43 

875.48 

620.57 

1,084.50 

811.49 

737.16 

2,968.21 

903.01 

707.40 

1,265.02 

1,350.39 

1,060.10 

943.11 



Onslow 4,654 650.25 

Orange 4,766 665.00 

Pamlico 3,379 473.11 

Pasquotank 4.998 678.32 

Pender 5,084 710.33 

Perquimans 3,530 494.21 

Person 5,705 797.10 

Pitt 11,906 1,603.50 

Polk 2,313 324.17 

Randolph 10,034 -1,40195 

Richmond 6,265 875.34 

Robeson 16,742 2,339.19 

Rockingham 12,412 1,734.20 

Rowan 12,071 1,686.50 

Rutherford 9,469 1,323.00 

Sampson 10,340 1,444.70 

Scotland 3,262 455.76 

Stanly 7,084 989.77 

Stokes 6,810 951.49 

Surry 10,411 1,454.62 

Swain 3,370 471.85 

Transylvania 2,331 326.08 

Tyrrell 1,731 242.85 

Union 9,424 1,316.72 

Vance 7,051 985.16 

Wake 20,193 2,821.30 

Warren 7,208 1,007.10 

Washington 3,613 505.80 

Watauga 4,941 690.35 

Wayne 11,311 1,580.37 

Wilkes 11,027 1,540.69 

Wilson 9,156 1,279.27 

Yadkin 5,282 738.00 

Yancey 1,138 578.16 

Total 715,716 $100,000.00 



INSURANCE STATISTICS— BANK STATISTICS. 



65 



Normal and Collegiate 

Institute 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

Under care of Northern Presbyterian Church. Offers to young 
women three thorough courses of study under eighteen teachers 
and officers who are experts. Site unrivaled for healthfulness and 
beauty. 

BOARD AND TUITION, $125 A YEAR. 

For Catalogue, address , 

EDWARD P. GHILDS, President 



INSURANCE STATISTICS. 

The following figures give the number of 
the various kinds of insurance companies 
doing business in North Carolina: Life 
companies, 60; Assessment Life companies, 
17; Fire, and Fire and Marine companies, 
127; Accident and Surety companies, 33; 
Fraternal Orders, 59. 

The insurance statistics for the year 1908 
will not be prepared until February, 1909, 
The statistics for 1907, the latest figures 
available, are as follows: 

North Carolina Fire Companies: 

Risks written $ 39,837,634.38 

Premiums 823,833.13 

Losses paid 334,814.28 

Losses incurred 345,610.02 

Companies of other States: 

Risks written 122,197,568.68 

Premiums received 1,543,433.96 

Losses paid 791,522.67 

Losses incurred 785,553.05 

Foreign Companies: 

Risks written 59,239,299.93 

Premiums received 539,417.92 

Losses paid 285,965.85 

Losses incurred 269,474.51 

Marine and Inland Business: 

Risks written 2,919,277.00! 

Premiums received 7,874.71 

Losses Paid 2,354.90 

Losses incurred 2,354.20 

Life companies doing business in. North 
Carolina: 

Policies in force December 31, 1906, num- 
ber, 185,364, amounting to $126,732,352.17. 

Policies issued during 1907, 78,210, 
amount, $30,154,939.07. 

Policies ceased during 1907, 50,256, 
amounting to $18,846,736.81. 

Policies in force December 31, 1907, 213,- 
282, amounting to $137,615,871.43. 

Losses incurred during 1907, $1,545,289.91; 
paid, $1,553,199.03. 



Premiums collected on policies written 
during 1907, $4,462,938.51. 

Life assessment associations: 

Certificates issued during 1907, 75,903, 
amounting to $1,717,928; premiums or asses- 
ments received thereon, $305,811.38. 

Losses incurred, $69,592.68.' 

Losses paid, $69,549.18. 

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 legal reserve companies wrote 
the amount of $11,667,668; premiums re- 
ceived thereon, $743,436.43; losses incurred, 
$107,297.48; losses paid, $104,797.48. 

Building and Loan Associations. 

Statistics report for 1907 not prepared 

until reports are filed in February, 1909. 

Number of shares in force 
at beginning of year .. 124,106 

Number of shares sub- 
scribed during year . . 50,777% 

I\ umber of shares can- 
celled and withdrawn. 28,517% 

Number of shares in force 
end of year 142,929% 

Shareholders, number of 

white 14,332 

colored 2,976 

Total receipts during the year. $3,811, 852.54 

Total disbursements during the 
year 3,721,571.97 

Total assets 5,462,027.11 

Total amount loaned out 5,381,191.86 

The above are the figures as reported by 

77 associations. Three (3) associations have 

not yet filed any report. 

Bank Statistics. 

STATE, PRIVATE ANT) SAVINGS BANKS. 
Capital stock $ 7,. r )0(i,<;i 7.26 



66 



ITEMIZED STATE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 



Time certificates of deposit 4,288,622.49 

Deposits subject to check 23,717,464.46 

Demand certificates of deposit 2,984,978.25 

Deposits in trust 1,632,940.62 

Total assets 46,810,201.56 

' NATIONAL BANKS. 

( (irculation $ 5,446,680.00 

Deposits 19,456,395.25 

Capital 6,760;000.00 

Assets 43,538,064.92 

Pension Statistics. 

Total number pensions 1908, 15,579. 
Amount of appropriation by the General 
Assembly for pensions, $400,000. Classes of 
pensioners, number in each class and 
amount each pensioner receives are as fol- 
lows: First class, 63, receiving $72 
each; Second class, 249, receiving $60 each; 



Third class, 449, receiving $48 each; Fourth 
class, soldiers, 9,538, receiving $25 each; 
Fourth class, widows, 5,280, receiving $25 
each. Those totally blind, or who have 
lost both arms or both legs, 100, receiving 
$120 each. 

Capital Invested in the Leading 
Industries in North Carolina. 

Industry. Capital. 

Cotton and cotton manufacturing. $57, 111, 560 

Miscellaneous factories 42,410,430 

Lumber and timber products .... 12,068,358 
Furniture manufacturing 3,236,357 

Indian Population. 

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



Itemized State Receipts and Expendifures. 



(For year ending November 30, 

Additional State taxes $ 

Agricultural Department .. 

Agricultural Societies — refunded 

Atlantic and North Carolina 
Railroad dividends 

Audubon Society 

Bank licenses, 

Bank tax on stock — pensions . . 

Bank tax on stock — general . . 

Building and loan associations — 
tax on stock — general 

Building and loan associations 
— tax on stock — pensions . . 

Capital Square 

Contingencies 

Convict account — refunded .. .. 

Corporation excess stock tax 
— general 

Corporation excess stock tax 
— pensions 

Corporation franchise tax . . 

Corporation tax — State Depart- 
ment 

Corporation tax — Treasury De- 
partment 

Disabled soldiers — appropriation 
refunded 

Dispensaries — tax on sales . . 

Express companies — property tax 
— general 

Express companies — property tax 
— pensions 

Express companies — tax on re- 
ceipts 

Fees — bank examinations . . 

Fees — Executive Department . . 

Fees — Insurance Department . . 

Fees — State Department 

Fees — Treasury Department.. .. 

Fish Commission 

Fugitives from justice — refunded 

Historical Commission — refunded . 

Horse dealers — licenses 

Inheritance tax 

Indigent pupils 

Insurance companies — licenses . . 

Insurance companies — tax on re- 



1908.) 

547.34 
116,906.53 



37,998.00 
9,417.97 



5,827.71 
30,596.19 

2,423.40 

461.62 



11.00 

2.50 

3,531.60 

672.71 
45,610.00 

19,728.00 

270.00 

530.00 
33,223.22 

783.61 

149.25 

3,927.66 

5,425.00 

1,927.00 

22,780.50 

798.70 

20.00 

3,553.87 

42.SS i 



5,533.60 
6,155.00 

43,838.67 



ceipts 164,986.31 

Jamestown Exposition — sale of 

State building 5,673.75 

Laws and Journals — sale of .. 618.77 
Legal services and expenses — re- 
funded 17,945.35 

Loan to State 250,000.00 

Mercantile agencies 400.00 

N. C. Agricultural Experiment 

Station— U. S. appropriation .. 25,000.00 
N. C. A. and M. College (col- 
ored) — U. S. appropriation .. 11,550.00 
N. C. College A. and M. Arts— 

U. S. appropriation 23,450.00 

N. C. Institution Deaf, Dumb 

and Blind — earnings 3,255.14 

North Carolina Railroad — divi- 
dends 210,014.00 

N. C. School for Deaf and Dumb 

—earnings 6,011.83 

Oil dealers — licenses 9,245.79 

Paper account — refunded . . . . .73 

Pensions — refunded 92.00 

Piano and organ dealers — licenses 1,519.41 

Postage and stationery 33.80 

Privilege tax on railroads . . . . 23,522.54 
Public high schools — appropria- 
tion refunded 107.50 

Railroad penalties 

Railroad property tax — general . 175,525.00 

Railroad property tax — pensions 33,413.02 
Refrigerator car property tax 

—general 233.40 

Refrigerator car property tax 

— pensions 44.45 

Roster N. C. State Troops — 

sale of .75 

Seal tax — Executive Department 1,016. r >0 

Seal tax— State Department .. 1,517.64 

Seal tax — Treasury Department.. 1.00 

Sewing machine licenses .. .. 2,611.50 

Shell-fish Commission 3,225.49 

Sketches N. C. Regiments Con- 
federate Soldiers — sale of . . .. 20.70 
Sleeping car companies — prop- 
erty tax — general 460.79 

Sleeping car companies — prop- 
erty tax — pensions 87.77 



ITEMIZED STATE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 



67 



Si. Mary's School 



RALEIGH, 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, address 



REV. GEORGE 



LAY, 
Rector 



Colonial Records — 
Raleigh — earn- 
-trans- 



71.95 

6,100.47 



1,200.00 

519.62 

98.96 

2,541.50 



484.05 
7,571.40 



State and 
sale of . . 

State Hospital, 
ings 

State's Prison earnings- 
f erred to general fund 

State's Prison— earnings 135,368.84 

State's Prison — interest on farm 
bonds 

Steamboat and canal property 
tax — general 

Steamboat and canal property 
tax — pensions 

Street railway, light and water 
companies — property tax — gen- 
eral 

Street railway, light and water 
companies — property tax — pen- 
sions 

Supreme Court Reports — sale of 

Taxes from the counties — gen- 
eral 1,065,029.08 

Taxes from the counties — for in- 
terest — incomes 35,802.09 

Taxes from the counties — for in- 
terest—liquor 5,657.51 

Taxes from the counties — for pen- 
sions — property 181,819.66 

Taxes from the counties for pen- 
sions—polls 34,928.58 

Telegraph companies — property 
tax — general 

Telegraph companies — property 
tax — pensions 

Telegraph companies — tax on re- 
ceipts 

| Telephone companies — property 
tax — general 

Telephone companies — property 
tax — pensions 

Telephone companies— tax on re- 
ceipts 

Trade-mark registration fees . . 



2,250.84 

428.53 

1,923.18 

2,761.58 

525.78 

7,056.66 
21.40 



Total $2,866,439.62 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Adjutant General 

Agricultural Department .. . 



1,600.00 
117,069.76 



Agricultural Societies 2,400.00 

Auditor's Department 5,900.00 

Auditor's Department — contin- 
gencies 286.25 

Audubon Society 9,407.27 

Board of Equalization 72.40 

Board of Internal Improvements 301.35 

Board of Public Charities.. .. 1,024.70 

Bureau of Immigration 706.00 

Bureau of Labor and Printing .. 3,657.76 

Capitol Square 856.77 

Contingencies 2,114.84 

Convict account 2,309.35 

Department Public Instruction .. 5,400.00 
Disabled soldiers — appropriation 

for 12,660.00 

Executive Department 6,900.00 

Fire protection — State institu- 
tions 300.00 

Fish Commission 3,679.25 

Freight and express charges .. 2,241.42 

Fuel, light and water 3,873.64 

Fugitives from justice 1,393.99 

General Assembly 18,702.72 

Governor's Mansion and Grounds 3,125.55 

Governor's traveling expenses .. 190.40 

Guilford Battleground 500.00 

Historical Commission 7,879.28 

Indigent pupils 6,121.95 

Insurance Department 7,100.00 

Insuring State property 10,270.38 

Interest on four per cent, con- 
consolidated debt bonds .. .. 144,052.00 
Interest on four per cent. Pri- 
son debt bonds 3,726.00 

Interest on four per cent. Prison 

Farm bonds 2,630.00 

Interest on four per cent. State 

debt bonds 22,980.00 

Interest on six per cent, con- 
struction debt bonds 163,710.00 

Jamestown Exposition 17.55 

Judiciary 88,448.40 

Laborers' pay-roll 11,229.99 

Legal services and expenses .. 18,837.84 
Legislative Examining Commit- 
tee 221.10 

Moore's Creek Battleground .. r.oo.oo 

Normal Schools (colored).. .. 20,856.51 



SALARIES OF STATE OFFICIALS. 



Normal Schools (white) .. .. 14,942.10 
N. C. Agricultural Experiment 

Station— U. S. appropriation.. 25,000.00 
N. C. A. and M. College (col- 
ored), Greensboro 26,050.00 

N. C. Board of Health 4,000.00 

N. C. College A. and M. Arts, 

Raleigh 100,950.00 

N. C. Corporation Commission 18,000.00 
N. C. Corporation Commission — 

contingencies 1,239.85 

N. C. Institution Deaf, Dumb 

and Blind, Raleigh 70,100.00 

N. C. Institution Deaf, Dumb 

and Blind, Raleigh — earnings 2,757.01 
N. O. Sanatorium for Tubercu- 
losis 16,000.00 

N. C. School for Deaf ana Dumb, 

Morganton 50,250.00 

N. C. School for Deaf and Dumb, 

Morganton — earnings 6,011.83 

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 Orphanage (colored) 6,250.00 

Paper account 10,051.04 

Pensions 385,577.00 

Postage and stationery 6.75S.67 

Public buildings and grounds .. 5,175.11 

Public printing 40,086.65 

Public schools — appropriation to 280,083.62 
Public schools — for rural lib- 
raries 2,360.00 

Public schools — Teachers' Exam- 
ination Board 332.45 

Sale of bonds — proceeds of .. 611.95 

Settling State taxes 639.S5 

Shell-fish Commission 4,162.31 

Silver service — Cruiser "North 

Carolina" 5,000.00 

Soldiers' Home 17,500.00 

State Board of Elections .. .. 1,081.57 

State and Colonial Records .. 879.82 

State Department 7,263.00 

State Geological Survey .. .. 10,000.00 

State Guard 16,000.00 

State Guard— special 4,469.56 

State Hospital Commission .... 52,700.00 
State Hospital, Goldsboro .. .. 65,000.00 
State Hospital, Morganton .. .. 150,000.00 
State Hospital, Raleigh .. .. 95,800.00 
State Hospital, Raleigh — earn- 
ings 6,100.47 

State Library 2,425.00 

State Library — contingencies ... 512.75 
Slate Normal and Industrial Col- 
lege 95,000.00 

State's Prison— earnings . . . . 135,368.84 

State's Prison Sunday-school .. 50.00 

State taxes refunded 4,259.61 

Stonewall Jackson Training 

School 10,000.00 

Superintendent Public Buildings 

and Grounds 900.00 

.Supreme Court— contingencies . . 59.71 
Supreme Court Reports — print- 
ing of 2,979.69 

Supreme Court Reports— reprint 10,876.50 

Telegraph and telephone expense 1,248.28 

Treasury Department 8,500.00 

Treasury Department — contingen- 



University of North Carolina . . 

Weights and measures....' .. .. 

Wilkesboro and Jefferson Turn- 
I ike — paid State's Prison for 
stock 



76.09 

95,250.00 

100.00 



810.00 



Total $2,605,954.81 

Salaries of State Officials. 

Governor— $4,000, and $600 for traveling 
expenses, furnishing house, etc. 

Private Secretary to the Governor — $2,000. 

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

State Treasurer— $3,500. 

Chief Clerk to the State Treasurer— $2,000. 

Teller— $1,400. 

Institution Clerk— $1,200. 

Stenographer— $900. 

Secretary of State— $3,500. 

Grant Clerk— $1,800. 

Corporation Clerk— $2,000. 

Stenographer— $900. 

Extra Clerical Hire— $600. 

State Auditor— $3,000. 

Chief Clerk— $900. 

Tax Clerk— $1,200. 

Stenographer— $900. 

State Superintendent of Public Instruc- 
tion — $3,000 and actual traveling ex- 
penses. 

Loan Fund Clerk— $1,500. 

Chief Clerk— $1,500. 

Stenographer — $900. 

State Librarian— $1,500. 

Assistant Librarian — $000. 

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

Corporation Commission — Each of three 
Commissioners, $3,000; Chief Clerk, 
$2,400; 1st Clerk Tax Com., $1,200; 
2nd Clerk, Tax Com., $1,000. 

State Bank Examiner— $2,400; Assistant 
Bank Examiner, $1,800. 

Attorney General — $3,000; Stenographer, 
$900. 

Supreme Court Reporter — $1,250; Supreme 
Court Librarian and Marshal, $1,250; 
Assistant Supreme Court Librarian, 
and Janitor, $960. 

Supreme Court — Each of five Justices, 
$3,500. 

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

Superintendent of Public Buildings and 
Grounds— $900. 

Standard-keeper— $100. 

Commissioner of Insurance — $3,500; Deputy 
Commissioner, $1,500; Chief Clerk, 
$1,200; Book-keeper, $750; License 
Clerk, $750; Stenographer, $900. 

Adjutant General, $1,600. 
Secretary to Board of Public Chari- 
ties— $768. 

State Department of Agriculture — Com- 
missioner, $3,250; Secretary to the 
Board of Agriculture, $2,400; Regis- 
tration Clerk, $1,200; Bulletin Clerk, 
Stenogr.-pher, $780; Entomolo- 



DIVORCE LAWS— SOLDIERS' HO ME— ALTITUDE— CORPORATIONS. 



Horner Military School 



1851—1909 



J. C. HORNER, Principal. 



OXFORD, N. C. 



Classical, Scientific, and English Courses. Prepares for college, 
university or the government academies. Military training devel- 
ops prompt obedience and manly carriage. Academy 58 years old, 
with experienced teachers. Cadets dine with the principal and la- 
dies of Ms 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 lawn, athletic park, one-quarter mile running track, 300 
acres. Ideal climate, helpful environment. In the social atmos- 
phere of refined Christian people. The town noted for over a cen- 
tury as an educational center. Charges, $300 per year. 



gist, $2,000; Orchard Inspector, $720; 
Horticulturist. $2,500; Veterinarian, 
$2,700; Stenographer, $G00; Chemist, 
$3,000; Food Chemist, $1,800; Seven 
Assistant Chemists, with salaries re- 
spectively as follows: $1,400; $1,400; 
$1,200; $1,100; $S40; $840; $720; 
Stenographer, $1,080; Clerk, 
Curator of the Museum, $1,800; 
sistant Curator, $600; Usher of the 
Museum, $480; Stenographer to the 
Horticultural and Entomolgieal Di- 
visions, $720; Superintendent of Co- 
operative Experiments, $7.,500. 



As- 



North Carolina Divorce Laws. 

Marriages may be dissolved 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- 
ling? was and still is naturally impotent. 

4. If the wife at the time of the mar- 
riage 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 shau have been a separation 
of husband and wife, and they shall have 



lived separate and apart for ten successive 
years, and they shall have resided in this 
State for that period, and no children 
shall have been Dorn of the marriage. 



The Soldiers' Home, Raleigh. 

Founded by General Assembly in 18S7, in- 
corporated 1891. Supported oy the State. 
Number of inmates, 133. 

Greatest Altitude. 

The greatest altitude in North Carolina is 
Mount Mitchell, at a height of 6,711 feet 
above sea level. 



CORPORATIONS CHARTERED 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1803 21 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1S94 115 

For the year ending Nov. 30. 1895 133 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1896 151 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1S97 147 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1S98 156 

For the year ending Nov. 30. 1899 207 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1900 306 

For the vear ending Nov. 30, 1901 327 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1902 395 

For the year ending Nov. 30. 1903 554 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1904 540 

For the year ending Nov. 80, L906 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1906 821 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1907 BSD 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1908 703 



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TOBACCO STATISTICS-CLIMATE. 



PEACE INSTITUTE 



Though there are many cheaper schools 
it is taxed to its utmost. 

THERE IS A REASON 

For entrance next session apply early. 
Catalogue on request. Address 



THE PRESIDENT, RALEIGH, N. C. 



TOBACCO STATISTICS, 1908. 

The sales of leaf tobacco by each market 
of the State for the year, August, 1907 to 

August, 190S, as reported to the State De- 
partment of Agriculture, were as follows: 
Towns. No. pounds. 

Apex 1,016,317 

Ahoskie 583,388 

Clartkon 61,915 

Creedmoor 868,370 

Clinton 237,617 

Durham 5,323,022 

Dunn 232,124 

Enfield 628,537 

Fair Bluff 2,172,878 

Farmville 2,506,368 

Fairmont 1,295,053 

Goldsboro 2,054,505 

Greensboro 428,463 

Greenville 11,398,882 

Henderson 3,767,603 

Kinston 9,877,055 

Louisburg 1,642,217 

Lumberton 231,302 

LaGrange 2,967,629 

Mount Airy 3,204,168 

Madison l,44f,,41S 

Oxford 5,473,924 

Pilot Mountain 421,499 

Robersonville 1,612,732 

Reidsville 4,521,116 

Rocky Mount 6,988,177 

Raleigh 407,671 

Roxboro 3,482,310 

Richlands 752,151 



Smithfield 2,269,652 

Spring Hope 167,178 

Stoneville 1,555,037 

Selma 192,186 

Statesville 164,016 

Warrenton 1,667,347 

Warsaw 531,436 

Williamston 1,342,507 

Wendell 382,095 

Wilson 15,507,558 

Winston-Salem 16,971,182 

Youngsville 571,811 

Zebulon 7i',:,.su 

Total 117,695,750 

North Carolina Climate. 

The climate of North Carolina varies 
from the mild and equable climate of the 
seacoast to that of the mountain district 
where the changes are more pronounced. 

On account of the great diversity of the 
topography the temperature and precipita- 
tion data are best exhibited for the differ- 
ent natural divisions of the State; the 
Eastern Division or the coastal plain, the 
Central or the Piedmont Plateau, and the 
\Vi stern or the mountain districts. 

The following table shows the mean tem- 
peratures for the months, seasons, and year, 
for the different districts and for the 
State: 

The mean temperature for the State dur- 
ing the past thirty-two years varied from 
57 degrees in 1872 to 61 degrees in 1890, 
the warmest year on record. The highest 



THE NORTH CARO LINA YEAR BOOK. 



71 



NoH 




uthern 



Railway 



FITZGERALD, WOLCOTT AND KERR, Receivers. 

THE SHORT ROUTE TO 



EASTERN NOM 



IAR0LINA 



Ttiroiigtt Freight and Passenger Service 

BETWEEN 

Norfolk and Suffolk, Virginia 



-AND- 



Elizabeth City 

Edenton 

Belhaven 

Plymouth 

Washington 

Greenville 



Wilson 

Raleigh 

Beaufort 

New Bern 

Goldsboro 

Kins ton 



Morehead City, N. C. 

The only Railway in Eastern Carolina operating 
trains into the city of Norfolk. 
The only line reaching the famous Atlantic Ocean 

Resorts, VirgiiUa, Beach and Cape Henry, Va.. 

and Morehead City and Beaufort, N. C. 



General Offices, Norfolk, Va. 



H. C. HUDGINS, 

Gen'l F. & P. Agent. 



THOMAS FITZGERALD, 

General Manager. 



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72 



PUBLIC HOLIDAYS— RAILROAD STATISTICS. 



temperature on record is 107 degrees which 
occurred at Kitty Hawk, Weldon and 
Chapel Hill; the lowest was 19 degrees be- 
low zero at Highlands. 

The precipitation is very evenly distrib- 
ute], but is somewhat heavier in the Wes- 
tern and Eastern districts than in the Cen- 
tral district. In the Western district there 
is an area on the south and southeastern 
slope of the Blue Ridge Mountains where 
the rainfall averages between 70 and 80 
inches a year; and in individual years, the 
rainfall measured as high as 100 inches. 

Snowfall is not very important even in 
the mountain districts, the average for the 
State being about 8 inches. 

Dates of Public Holidays. 

January 1st. 

January 19th (Lee's nirthday). 

February 22nd (Washington's birthday). 

May 10th (Memorial Day). 

May 20th (Mecklenburg Declaration day). 

July 4th (Independence Day). 

The first Monday in September (Labor 
Day). 

The last Thursday in November (Thanks- 
giving Day). 

December 25th (Christmas). 

Whenever any such holiday shall fall upon 
Sunday, the Monday following shall be a 
public holiday. 

Tuesday after the first Monday in Novem- 
-i(i when a general election is held. 

RAILROAD STATISTICS. 

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

Seaboard Air Line Railway 2 1-2 

Atlantic Coast Line Railway 2 1-2 

Southern Railway .' 2 1-2 

Carolina, Clinchfleld & Ohio Ry.. ..2 1-2 
Norfolk and Southern Railway, Golds- 
boro to Morehead and Edenton to 

State Line 2 1-2 

Norfolk and Western Railway 2 1-2 

All other roads 3c. per mile as follows: 
Aberdeen & Asheboro Railway, Aberdeen 
and Rockfish Railroad Company, At- 
lantic and Western Railroad, Bee 
Tree Railroad, Blue Ridge and At- 
lantic Railway Comapny, Caldwell and 
Northern Railroad Company, Carolina Valley 
Railway Company, Carolina & Northwestern 
Railroad, 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, 
Durham and South Carolina Railroad Com- 
pany, Durham and Southern 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 Companv, Mount Airy and 
Eastern Railway Company, New Hanover 
Transit Company, Northampton and Hert- 
ford Railroad Company, Oxford and Coast 



Line Railroad, Raleigh and Charleston 
Railroad Company, Raleigh and Southport 
Railroad, Raleigh and Western Railway 
Company, Randolph and Cumberland Rail- 
way Company, Red Springs and Bowmore 
Railroad Company, South and Western 
Railroad, Virginia and Carolina Southern 
Railroad, Warrenton Railroad Company, 
Wellington and Powellsville Railroad Com- 
pany, Whitney Company. 

RAILWAY ACCIDENTS TO PERSONS. 

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

.5! =! ° S 



>> ^ 



Name of Road. 
Atlantic Coast Line . . . . 28 
Seaboard Air Line . . . . 56 

SOUTHERN RAILWAY— 
Southern — (owned lines) . . 36 

Southern — (leased lines) 

Atlanta & Char. Air Line 2 

Atlantic and Danville 

Atlantic and Yadkin . . . . 1 
High Point, Randleman, 

Asheboro & Southern . . 
North Carolina Railroad.. 26 
North Carolina Midland .. .. 
Southern — Caro. Division.. 5 

State University 

Yadkin Railroad 1 

Total owned and leased 
Southern R. R 71 

MISCELLANEOUS ROADS— 
Aberdeen and Asheboro . . 1 
Atlantic & North Carolina 1 

Caldwell & Northern 

Carolina & Northwestern . . 

Danville & Western 

Durham & Southern . . . . 1 

Louisville & Nashville 

Norfolk & Southern 4 

Norfolk & \Vestern 

Ral. and Charleston.. .. 1 
South & Western 



187 
353 

310 

"so 
1 

26 

1 

208 

12 

53 

1 

13 



675 

4 
4 



13 
5 



59 

ill 

64 
"(5 
"6 

3 

373 
7 
9 



464 



Grand total 163 1,255 . 624 

Number of Railway Employes in 
North Carolina. 

Total 
Officers and 
Name of Road. Employees. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad . . . . 5,051 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 4,176 

Southern Railway 7,630 

Aberdeen and Asheboro 

Aberdeen and Rockfish 

Atlantic and Western 

Alma, Blue Ridge and Atlantic 

Caldwell and Northern 

Carolina and Northwestern. . 

Carolina Valley 

Cashie and Chowan 

Chowan and Aulander 

Cliffside 



147 
71 
14 

"66 

311 

22 

12 

35 

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THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 



73 



# 



All Eas tern Points 

Florida 

Cuba 



=% 



i ■■■ Min t i 




Air Line Railway 



S. DAVIES WARFIELD, 

R. LANCASTER WILLIAMS, 

E. C. DUNCAN, 

Receivers. 

Atlanta, Birmingham, Southwest, 
Tampa, Manatee, Sarasota 

Quickest and Best Service to 
NORTH, EAST, SOUTH, WEST 



L SEVIER, C. B. RYAN. 

First Vice-Pres't Gen. Pass. Agent 

Portsmouth, Virginia 

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74 



GAME BIRDS— INTEREST LAW— LAND GRANTS. 



The Building and Lumber Company, Enc, 



R. J. COBB, President. 



T. W. WHITEHURST, Secretary. 



CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 

GREENVILLE, N. C. 

Estimates furnished on large or small contracts. We manufacture and furnish 
everything in building supplies. 

The general contract for the erection of East Carolina Training School Buildings 
was awarded us. 

LET US FURNISH YOU AN ESTIMATE. 

THE BUILDING & LUMBER CO., 
C. V. York, Treasurer and Manager, 

Greenville, N. C. 



Danville and Western 37 

Dover and Southbound 65 

Durham and South Carolina 91 

Durham and Southern 233 

Durham and Charlotte 54 

East Carolina 44 

E. Tennessee and Western N. C. .. 136 

Kinston 40 

Lawndale 13 

Linville River 26 

Louisville and Nashville 47 

Mount Airy and Eastern 10 

Norfolk and Southern 1,913 

Norfolk and Western 1,514 

Northampton and Hertford 12 

Raleigh and Charleston 42 

Raleigh and Pamlico Sound 4 

Raleigh and Southport 47 

Raleigh and Western 9 

Randolph and Cumberland 16 

Red Springs and Bowmore 12 

Roanoke River Ry. Co 10 

South and Western (entire line) . . 265 

Wellington and Powellsville 52 

Total 22,108 



Game Birds. 
Under the laws of North Carolina the 
following only are considered game birds: 
Loons, and grebes, swins, geese, brant; 
river, fish and sea ducks, rails, coots, 
rrarsh-hens and gallinules, plovers, shore 
and surf birds, snipe woodcock, sand- 
pipers, 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 
oi the Audubon Society of North Carolina, 
whose duty it shall be to see that the bird 
and game laws are enforced. 

North Carolina Interest Law. 

The legal rate of interest is six per cent 
rt is contrary to law to charge a higher 

rate. 



Land Grants. 



No. Grants issued 2 years ending Dec. 1, 1S82, 1,189— amounts paid Treasurer, $10,912.87 

No. Grants issued 2 years ending Dec. 1, 1SS4, 1,329 — amounts paid Treasurer, 13,186.73 

No. Grants issued 2 years ending Dec. 1, 1886, 990 — amounts paid Treasurer, 5,975.69 

No. Grants issued 2 years ending Dec. 1, 18SS, 893 — amounts paid Treasurer, 9,493.49 

No. Grants issued 2 years ending Dec. 1, 1890, 1,453— amounts paid Treasurer, 15,570.43 

No. Grants issued 2 years ending Dec. 1, 1892, 1,353 — amounts paid Treasurer, 16,831.11 

No. Grants issued 2 years ending Dec. 1, 1891, 703 — amounts paid Treasurer, 5,200.73 

No. Grants issued 2 years ending Dec. 1, 1896, 547 — amounts paid Treasurer, 9,234.46 

No. Grants issued 2 years ending Dec. 1, 1898, 599 — amounts paid Treasurer, 6,337.13 

No. Grants issued 2 years ending Dec. 1, 1900, 665 — amounts paid Treasurer, 6,381.69 

No. Grants issued 2 years ending Dec. 1, 1902, 732 — amounts paid Treasurer, 6,911.88 

No. Grants issued 2 years ending Dec. 1, 1904, 789 — amounts paid Treasurer, 11,230.60 

No. Grants issued 2 years ending Dec. 1, 1906, 488 — amounts paid Treasurer, 16,551.47 

No. Grants issued 2 years ending Dec. 1, 1908, 529 — amounts paid Treasurer, 16,025.49 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 75 

RALEIGH— FAYETTEVILLE SHORT LINE 

Raleigh and Southport 
Railway 



THE DIRECT LINE FROM 



RALEIGH TO FATETTEVILLE 

AND THE SHORT DINE BETWEEN 

Raleigh, Wilmington, Maxton, 
Florence, Charleston poS 



\DD 
POINTS SOUTH 



through the centre of North Carolina's richest territory — the 
Cape Fear Section. A double daily service, elegant new equip- 
ment, through fertile Harnett County via 

Lillington 

the county seat of government and passing, en route, the health- 
giving resort, 

Fuquay Springs 

twenty-one miles from Raleigh, which furnishes the only ideal 
pleasure and health resort within an hour's ride of the Capital 
City. 

Raleigh & Southport Railway 

General Offices, Raleigh, N. C. 
JOHN A. MIDDS, PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER. 



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76 



CONGRESS— U. S. OFF l< IAI.S— FAIRS. 



E. 





LL& 




State Prin 




WEST MARTIN ST. 
RALEIHG, N. C. 



(Next to News and Observer) 

Only 

First-Class 

Work 



NORTH CAROLINA IN CON- 
GRESS. 

SENATE. 

F. M. Simmons, Trenton. 
Lee S. Overman, Salisbury. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

First District— John H. Small, Washington. 

Second District — Claude Kitchin, Scotland 
Neck. 

Third District — Chas. R. Thomas, New 
Bern. 

Fourth District— Edward \V. Pou, Smith- 
field. 

Fifth District — J. M. Morehead, Spray. 

Sixth District — H. L. Godwin. Dunn. 

Seventh District — Robt. N. Page, Biscoe. 

Eighth District— C. II. Cowles, Wilkes- 
boro. 

Ninth District— E. Y. Webb, Shelby. 

Tenth District — J. G. Grant, Henderscn- 
ville. 



President 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 May, 1826. 

Wiley P. Mangum— Elected May, 1842. 



Speaker of U. S. House. 

North Carolina has furnished only one 
Speaker of the United States House. Na- 
thaniel Macon was three times chosen 
Speaker, and presided over the Seventh, 
Eighth, and Ninth Congresses. 



Secretaries of Navy. 

North Carolina has furnished only four 
Cabinet officers, and each of the four was 
S i n larv of the Navy. Thev were: 

John Branch— Appointed March 9, 1S29. 

Geo. E. Badger — Appointed March 5, 1841. 

W. A. Graham— Appointed July 20, 1850. 

J. C. Dobbin — Appointed March 5, 1853. 



North Carolina Fairs* 



Name. 

Alamance County Fair 

Cumberland County Fair 

Greensboro Fair 

Haywood County Fair . . 
Mecklenburg County Fair 

Piedmont Fair 

Slat.' Fair 

Yadkin Valley Fair 



Town. 

Burlington 
Fayetteville . . 
Greensboro . . . . 
W,ivnesvi)le 

Charlotte 

Winston-Salem 

Raleigh 

Salisbury 



Secretary. 



McBrvde Holt. 
J. B. Tillinghast. 
Kinir and Daniels 
J. E. C'arraway. 
W. S. Orr. 
G. E. Webb. 
Joseph E. Pogue. 
Wm. James. 






TAX COMMISSI ON REPORT. 



77 




Tax Commission Report — 1908. 



For State purposes. 

Real estate $ 287,245,762.00 

Personal property 174,896,597.00 

Railroad and other property assessed by the 

Corporation Commission 87,657,261.00 

Corporation excess - 10,365,090.00 

Bank stock 13,994,011.00 

Building- and loan stock 1,211,592.00 

Total $ 575,370,313.00 

Income — tax on 

B and C schedules 



Additional Receipts by State Treasurer. 

Additional State taxes 

Agricultural Department 

Agricultural Societies, refunded 

Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad dividends 

Audubon Society 

Bank licenses 

Capitol Square 

Contingencies 

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, bank examinations 

Fees, Executive Department 

Fees, Insurance Department 

Fees, State Department 

Fees, Treasury Department 

Fish Commission 

Historical Commission, refunded 

Horse dealers' license : . 

Inheritance tax 



603,216.11 
367.282.S5 

184,080.25 

21,766.69 

29,387.42 

2,544.34 



36,676.81 
132,776.08 



5,656.49 

108,719.03 

103.78 

34,831.50 

9,075.10 

3.00 

155.00 

101.60 

42,685.00 

27,238.00 

4,125.00 

280.00 

36,721.35 

4,294.92 

2,815.00 

2,553.45 

16,793.50 

1,247.63 

108.00 

323.00 

10.25 

825.00 

7,792.06 



$1,208,277.66 



169,452.89 



♦- 



TAX COMMISSION' REPORT. 




s & BrougSiton 

Co. RALE!GH ' N - c - 




Bank, Legal, School, County, 
Factory, insurance and 
General Printing 

ESTIMATES ON APPLICATION 

All kinds of Blank and Record Books Made to Order. 

Our Flat Opening Books are the Best Made. 

Indigent pupils 5,923.55 

Insurance companies, licenses 38,300.26 

Insurance co.npanies, tax on receipts 162,461.21 

Laws and Journals, sale of 991.69 

Mercantile agencies 400.00 

N. C. A. and M. College (col.), U. S. appropriation .. .. 9,900.00 

N. C. Agricultural Experiment Station, U. S. appropriation 24,750.00 

N. C. College A. and M. Arts, U. S. appropriation 20,100.00 

N. C. Institution Deaf, Dumb 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 dealers' licenses '. 8,929.06 

Pensions refunded 82.00 

Piano and organ dealers' license 1,390.69 

Postage and stationer}' 28.40 

Privilege tax on railroads 13,562.59 

Railroad penalties 950.00 

Roster N. C. 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 N. C. Regiments Confederate Soldiers, sale of . . . . 30.60 

State and Colonial Records, sale of 266.40 

State Hospital, Raleigh, earnings 10,555.79 

State's Prison, earnings transferred to general fund 175,000.00 

State's Prison, earnings 232,747.52 

State's Prison, interest on farm bonds 2,400.00 

Supreme Court Reports, sale of 6,478.95 

Taxes from the counties, for interest, liquor 4,257.38 

Telegraph companies, tax pn receipts 3,194.01 

Telephone companies, tax on receipts 8,494.32 

Trade-mark registration fees 11.00 

$1,282,489.08 

Total, all sources, State purposes 2,660,219.63 

For Pensions. 

On assessed property 230,148.12 

On polls 36^676.81 

266,824.93 

For Schools. 

White polls 318,863.13 

Indian polls 1,176.00 

Negro polls 117,241.36 



TAX COMMISSION REPORT. 



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fllSll _ 

:||| Advert! sers 

used in North \ Carolina^ 

t ME MAURICE Hiiiilii CO. 



Railroad and other property assessed by Corporation Commis- 
sion 157,812.13 

Bank stock 25,152.12 

Building and loan stock 2,180.84 

Corporation excess 18,657.18 

Property listed by white citizens 792,808.26 

Property listed by Indian citizens 867.16 

Property listed by negro citizens 38,220.98 

Dogs 1,453.00 

Special for schools 230,923.69 

Distillers and liquor dealers 48,400.68 

Fines 35,925.88 

Other sources 457.37 

1,790,139.78 
For County Purposes. 

General 1,361,853.52 

Poor 28,959.71 

Bridges and roads stu.sic. 17 

Special 449,362.78 

Special in townships 53,770.04 

B and C Schedules : 110,535.59 

2,848,376.84 

Municipal. 

♦On polls 130,431.10 

On property 1,819,889.08 

Fines 67,616.67 

Dispensaries 136,118.95 

Saloons — Liquor dealers 153,021.18 

All other sources :;i!U',sf>..">1 

2,656,<; 

Total— all sources 10,222,223.57 



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COUNTY AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS. 



81 



County Affairs and Officials 



ALAMANCE. 

County Seat, Graham. 

Clerk of the Court— J. D. Kernodle, Gra- 
ham. 

Sheriff— Robt. N. Cook, Graham. 

Register pf Deeds — C. D. Johnston, Haw 
River. 

Treasurer — Albert J. Thompson, Burling- 
ton. 

Coroner — S. D. McPherson, Haw River. 

Surveyor — Lewis H. Holt, Graham. 

Standard-Keeper — Sol Love, 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 — E. Long, (chm.), 
Burlington, R. F. D. ; B. R. Sellars, Bur- 
lington; W. A. Murray, Mebane; A. N. Rob- 
erson, Lacy; B. S. Robertson, Haw River. 

Co. Board of Elections — J. S. Cook, Gra- 
ham; D. F. Morrow, J. R. Ireland, Bur- 
lington. 

No. Schools— White, 66; colored, 28. 

Tax Rate— County, 18 l-3c. on $100; roads, 
16 2-3c. ; on debt, property, 2c. ; poll, 6s. 
indebtedness, $50,000. 

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, 17. 
ALEXANDER. 
County Seat, Taylorsville. 

Clerk of the Court— Charles P. Mathe- 
son, Taylorsville. 

Register of Deeds — W. H. Carson, Tay- 
lorsville. 

Sheriff — R. A. Adams, Hiddenite. 

Treasurer — A. M. Matheson, Taylorsville. 

Surveyor — Wm. J. Teague, Bentley. 

Co. Attorney — R. Z. Linney, Taylorsville. 

Co. Supt. Health— O. L. Hollar, Taylors- 
ville. 

Supt. Co. Home— M. C. Little, Taylors- 
ville. 

Board of Education — J. P. Matheson, 
(chm.), Tavlorsville; R. L. Downs, Avilla; 
T. F. Murdock, Hiddenite. 

Co. Supt. Schools— A. F. Sharpe, Hid- 
denite. 

Co. Commissioners — J. W. Pharr, (chm.), 
Taylorsville, R. F. D. ; J. S. Bowman, Tav- 
lorsville, R. F. D.; W. A. Barkley, Mt. 
Pisgah. 

Co. Board of Elections— S. P. Williams, 
(chm.), Taylorsville, R. F. D. ; A. L. 
Watts, Stony Point; John W. Watts, Alka- 
lethia Springs. 



Public Roads— Worked by Old State Law. 
No miles, 300. Two townships, Little 
River, R. II. Chapman, Road Com.; Ellen- 
dale, R. P. Johnson, Road Com., worked 
by taxation. 

Tax Rate— County, 2.3 2-3 on $100. Bonded 
debt, $8,500. 

No. Schools— White, 51; colored, 6. 
ALLEGHANY. 
County Seat, Sparta. 

Clerk of the Court — J. N. Edwards, 
Sparta. 

Sheriff — Jno. R. Edwards, Helena. 

Register of Deeds — G. D. Brown, Sparta. 

Treasurer— S. A. Choate, Sparta. 

Coroner — D. C. Whitehead, Whitehead. 

Surveyor — L. E. Edwards, Stratford. 

Co. Attorney — R. A. Doughton, Sparta. 

Co. Supt. Health — Robert Thompson, 
Sparta. 

Supt. Co. Home — Thos. Nichols, Sparta. 

Co. Supt. Schools — C. J. Taylor, Laurel 
Springs. 

Board of Education — D. F. Parsons, 
(chm.), 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. ; special 
school tax, 8 l-3c. No bonded or floating 
debt. 

No. Schools— White, 41 ; colored, 3. 
ANSON. 
County Seat, Wadesboro. 

Clerk of the Court— T. C. Robinson, 
Wadesboro. 

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. Attorneys — Robinson & Caudle, 
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 Education— E. P. Liles, 
Lilesville; J. T. Hendley. Wadesboro; C. 
H. Rivers, White Store, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Co. Board Elections— W. P. Lcdbetter, 
(dim.). Wadesboro; J. \V. Joins, Marsh- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Co. Commissioners — IF. B. Allen, (chm.), 
Wadesboro; E. E. McRae, White Store; H, 
J. Walls, Lilesville. 

No. Schools— White, 41; Colored, 40. 

Tax Rate— County, 33 2-3c. on $100; 
county roads, 20c; for Wadesboro town- 
ship, roads, 50c. ; Morven, 30c. No county 
debt. 



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COUNTY AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS. 



Public Roads — Robert Lampley, Wades- 
boro, Supt. Roads worked by Special 
Wadesboro Township Road Act. No. miles, 
300; gravel, 30. Forty-two miles macadam 
roads— cost per mile, $1,200. Convict labor 
used. 

ASHE. 

County Seat, Jefferson. 

Clerk of the Court— W. H. Worth, Jeffer- 
son. 

Sheriff— C. B. Austin, Burnt Hill. 

Register of Deeds — J. A. Jones, Jefferson. 

Treasurer — L. S. Vannoy, Fleetwood. 

Coroner — Dr. T. J. Call, Hopkins. 

Surveyor— Charles Ray, Treetop. 

Supt. of Health— J. C. Testerman, Jef- 
ferson. 

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. M. Lewis, Clifton; W. F. 
Lewis, Solitude. 

Attorney Board of Education — G. L. Park, 
Jefferson. 

Co. Board of Elections— W. H. Jones, 
Warrensville; Win. Bledsoe, Gale; J. W. 
Wayman, Jefferson. 

Co. Commissioners — H. A. Eller, Berlin; 
W. II. Garvey, Beaver Creek; Felix Mc- 
Guire, McGiure. 

Tax Rate— State, 25c; School, 23c; 
County, 48 2-3c. ; Total 96 2-3c on $100. 
Debt, about $20,000. 

Public Roads— Worked by free labor; no 
tax last year. Number miles, about 600. 

No. Schools — White, 105; colored, 9. 

BEAUFORT. 

County Seat, Washington. 

Clerk of the Court— Geo. Paul, Wash- 
ington. 

Sheriff— G. E. Ricks, Washington. 

Register of Deeds— Gilbert Rumley, Wash- 
ton. 

Treasurer — Jos. F. Tayloe, Washington. 

Coroner — Joshua Tayloe, Washington. 

Surve3 - or — L. H. Ross, Edwards. 

Co. Attorney — W. C. Rodman, Washing- 
ton. 

Co. Supt. Health— D. T. Tayloe, Wash- 
ington. 

Supt. Co. Home— A. P. Fulford, Wash- 
ington. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — N. Harding, Wash- 
ington. 

Co. Board of Edueation^E. W. Ayers, 
(ohm.), Washington; W. M. Butt, Aurora; 
H. D. Satterthwaite, Sidney. 

Co. Board of Elections — F. P. Latham, 
(chm.), Haslin; G. E. Buckman, Washing- 
ton; I. F. Goddard, Washington. 

Co. Commissioners — R. R. Warren, 
(chm.), Washington; W. H. Stancil, Wash- 
ington; Fred von Ebberstine, Chocowinity; 
H. M. Jordan, Pine Town; Purvis Harris, 
Pine Town, R. F. D. ; Thomas Green, Pan- 
tego; W. W. Hooker, Idalia. 

Tax Rate— State, 21c. ; Pensions, 4.25c ; 
County Schools, 18c; General, 23 2-3c ; 



Special for county 13 l-3c, State and 
County, on $100; Poll, State and County, 
$2.00. Bonded indebtedness, $02,500. 

Public Roads — Henry L. Hodges Supt., 
Washington. 

BERTIE. 
County Seat, Windsor. 

Clerk of the Court — Wm. L. Lyon, 
Windsor. 

Sheriff — Jesse B. Stokes, Windsor. 

Register of Deeds— Wm. S. Pritchard, 
Windsor. 

Survevor — Jno. T. Hoggard, Windsor, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Coroner — Dr. W. J. Harrell, Aulander. 

Co. Supt. of Health— Dr. Jno. L. Pritch- 
ard, 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; J. A. Pritchard, Jr., 
Aulander; E. W. Gray, (sec), Windsor. 

Co. Board of Education— T. C. Bond, 
(chm.), Windsor; W. R Rayner, Colerain; 
T. A. Smithwick, Merry Hill. 

Co. Commissioners — C. W. Spruill, (chm.) 
Ouitsna; J. H. White, Windsor; Wayland 
Mitchell, Lewiston; Jno. C. Britton, Pow- 
ellsville; R. J. Shield, Windsor, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Public Roads — Worked parity by Old 
State Law and b} r taxation. No. miles, 
1,000. 

Tax Rate— Countv, 18 2-3c on $100. 
Road, 15c Bonded debt, $12,000. 

No. Schools— White. 68; colored, 58. 
BLADEN. 
County Seat, Elizabethtown. 

Clerk of the Court— W. J. Davis, Eliza- 
bethtown. 

Sheriff— J. M. Clark, Elizabethtown. 

Register of Deeds — William Whitted, 
Elizabethtown. 

Treasurer— W. S. Cla-k, Clarkton. 

Coroner — G. W. Hall, Elizabethtown. 

Surveyor — I. A. Register, Register. 

Co. Attorney— T. A. Lyon, 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; A. M. Kelly, Blade'nboro ; 
N. M. Beatty, Ivanhoe. 

Co. Commissioners — J. B. Sanderlin, 
Council; N. A. Currie, (chm.), Clarkton; 
Daniel L. 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, 18c on $100. No debt 
in county; surplus in treasury, $2,000. 

Public 'Roads— Worked by Old State Law. 
No. miles, 315. 

BRUNSWICK. 
County Seat, Southport. 

Clerk of the Court— R. S. Newton, South- 
port. 

Sheriff— John J. Knox, El Paso. 



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83 



Register of Deeds — John Jenrette, South- 
port. 

Treasurer — George E. Brooks, Seaside. 

Coroner — J. B. Standland, Supply. 

Surveyer — S. W. McKeithan, Regan. 

Standard-Keeper — W. T. Pinner, Southport. 

Co. Attorney— C. Ed. Taylor, Southport. 

Supt. of Health — J. A. Dosher, 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; David Ward, Suburb; 
G. B. Ward, Ash. 

Co. Commissioners — C. N. Leonard, 
(chm.), Shallotte; Asa Dosher, Southport; 
Noah Bennett, Exum. 

Co. Board of Elections — John E. Douglas, 
El Paso; G. Brooks Ward, Regan. 

No. Schools— White, 44; colored, 27. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100; Spe- 
cial, 10c. on $100 and 68c. on poll. 

Public Roads— Worked by Old State Law. 
Outlay only for bridges. No. miles, 400. 
BUNCOMBE. 
County Seat, 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. H. Morris, Asheville. 

Surveyor — Otto Israel, 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, 
(chin.), Asheville; Jason Ashworth, Fair- 
view; Clyde Reed, Biltmore. 

Co. Commissioners — J. E. Rankin, (chm.), 
Asheville; C. P. Weaver, Weaverville; 
S. J. Luther, Candler; R. C. Clayton, 
Fletcher, R. F. D. ; Mat Burlison, Barnards- 
ville. 

Co. Board of Elections— S. G. Bernard, E. 
W. Patton, Asheville; V. L. Gudger, Ashe- 
ville. 

No. Schools— White, 97; colored, 20. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100; 
roads, 15c. ; interest on debt, 9 cents on 
$100. Bonded debt, $278,000. 

Public Roads — Worked by taxation and 
convict labor, 15c. on $100. Forty-eight 
miles macadam roads, cost per mile, $2,500. 
Iron bridges, 41. 

BURKE. 
County Seat, Morganton. 
Clerk of the Court — L. A. Bristol, Mor- 
ganton. 

Sheriff — F. C. Berry, Morganton. 
Register of Deeds — John B. Holloway. 

Treasurer — Wm. Bailey, Morganton. 
Coroner — John Nelson, Morganton. 
Survevor — R. J. Hallvburton, Morganton, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Standard-Keeper — J. R. Howard, Morgan- 



ton. 

Supt. Co. Home— Charley E. Tate, Mor- 
ganton. 

Co. Supt. Schools — R. L. Patton, Mor- 
ganton. 

Board of Education — J. M. McGimpsey, 
Fonta Flora; J. H. Hoffman, (chm.). Mor- 
ganton; J. E. Coulter, Connelly Springs. 

Co. Commissioners — John A. Dickson, 
(chm.), Morganton; Frank Cook, Hilder- 
brand; Marshall Brinkly, Glen Alpine. 

Co. Board of Elections — A. O. Avery, Jr., 
(chm.), Morganton; C. E. fate, Morgan- 
ton ; S. Huffman, Morganton. 
No. Schools— White, 65; colored, 13. 
Tax Rate— Countv, 23 2-3c. on $100; 71c. 
on Poll; Roads and Bridges, 20c. on sum, 
60c. on Poll; Schools, 18c. on $100, $1.29 
Poll. 

Public Roads — Worked by special Law 
Outlay only for bridge expenses. No. 
miles, 400-500. Improved turnpike owned 
by individuals, 15 miles. Two miles ma- 
cadam roads; eost per mile, $5,000. Iron 
bridges, 5. 

CABARRUS. 
County Sea 1 :, Concord. 
Clerk of the Court— M. L. Widenhouse, 
Concord. 
Sheriff — J. F. Honeycutt, Concord. 
Register of Deeds — J. F. Harris, Concord. 
Treasurer — W. A. Overcash, Concord. 
Cotton-Weigher — D. B. Porter, Concord. 
Coroner — Haward Caldwell, Concord. 
Surveyor — Swindell Kluttz, Concord. 
Co. Attorney — H. S. Williams, Concord. 
Co. Supt. of Health— Robert S. Young, 
Concord. 
Supt. Co. Home — A. H. Sapp, Concord. 
Co. Supt. Schools— C. E. Boger, Concord. 
Co. Board of Education — James P. Cook, 
(chm.), Concord; G. F. McAlister, Mt. 
Pleasant; W. F. Smith, Davidson, R. F. D. 
No. 24. 

Co. Commissioners — W. A. Kindley, 
(chm.), Mt. Pleasant; Geo. S. Kluttz, < a 
cord, R. F. D. No. 4; Frank Goodman, 
Glass, R. F. D. No. 1; J. C. Morrison, Har- 
risburg, R. F. D. No. '2. ' 

Co. Board of Elections— G. M. Lore, 
(chm.), Concord; G. H. Rutlege, Concord; 
C. A. Cook, Concord. 

No. Schools— White, 48; colored, 22. 
Tax Rate— Countv, 22 2-3c. on $100; roads, 
30c. Floating debt, $75,000. 

Public Roads— R. W. Safrit, I or 
Supt. Worked by taxation am! convict la- 
bor, 30c. on $100. No. miles, 350; gravel, 
per mile, $2,000 to $;,0(M). No. iron bridges 
12; improved, 20; crushed stone, 25. Cost 
per mile, $2,000 to $3,000. No. iron 
bridges, 15. 

CAI/DWELL. 

County Seat, Lenoir. 
Cl.rk of the Court — I. W. Curtis, Lenoir. 
Sheriff— John M. Smith, Lenoir. 
Register of Deeds — James L. Miller, 
Lenoir. 
' Treasurer — J. J. Austin, Lenoir. 

Coroner— J. J. Roberts, Lenoir, R. F. 
ID. No. 2. 
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Standard-Keeper — D. S. Perry, Lenoir. 

Co. Attorney — M. N. Harshaw, Lenoir. 

Co. Supt. Health— C. L. Wilson, Lenoir. 

Co. Supt. Schools — Y. D. Moore, Lenoir. 

Co. Board of Education — P. G, Moore, 
(chm.). Granite Falls; M. G. Shearer, Le- 
noir; M. L. Greer, Lenoir. 

Co. Commissioners — J. M. Aired, Granite 
Falls; J. T. Hayes, Happy; J. L. Beach, 
Lenoir, E. F. D. No. 1. 

Co. Board of Elections — Mark Squires, 
Lenoir; L E. Rabb, Lenoir; J. B. Isbell, 
Lenoir. 

No. Schools— White, 82; colored, 12. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
41c. poll. Bonded debt, $20,000 on new 
Court House. 

Public Roads — Edmund Jones, Lenoir, 
Supt. Worked by Old State Law. No. 
miles, 900; gravel, 10; improved turnpike 
owned by private individuals, 22 miles. 

CAMDEN. 

County Seat, Camden. 

Clerk of the Court— J. W. Walston, 
Shiloh. 

Sheriff— C. G. Etheridge, Camden. 

Treasurer — J. R. Sawyer, Camden. 

Register of Deeds — Talmon 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.), 
Belcross; Charles Norris, South Mills; D. 
N. Bray, Shiloh. 

Co. Board of Elections — A. Sawyer, 
(chm.), Belcross; D. E. Williams, South 
Mills; M. B. Burgess, Camden. 

Tax Rate — County general, 23 2-3c. on 
$100; county special, 8 l-3c. on $100; 
school general, ISc. on $100; school special, 
25c. on $100; poll, general, $2.00. In special 
tax district for school, 30c. on property and 
90c. on poll. 

Public Roads — The roads of the whole 
county worked by Old State Law. No. 
Miles, 150. 

No. Schools— White, 20; colored, 12. 

CARTERET. 

Clerk of Court— T. C. Wade, Beaufort. 

Sheriff— S. P. Hancock, Beaufort. 

Register of Deeds— W. J. Wallace, Beau- 
fort. 

Treasurer— A. Thomas, Beaufort. 

Coroner — Clarence Simpson, Beaufort. 

Surveyor— E. D. Hardesty, Harlowe. 

Standard-Keeper— L. H. Forlaw, Beaufort. 

Co. Supt. of Health— W. E. Headen, 
Morehead City. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— L. B. Ennett, 
Cedar Point. 

Co. Board of Education— C. N. Mason, 
(chm.), Harlowe; J. R. Morris, Atlantic; 
C. P. Dey, Beaufort. 

Co. Commissioners — W. S. Chadwick, 
Beaufort; C. W. Taylor, Bogue; Y. Z. New- 



berry, Newport; W. R. Hancock, Straits; 
J. M. Robinson, Atlantic. 

Co. Board of Elections — T. D. Hewitt, 
Newport; Y. Z. Newberry, Newport; W. L. 
Arendell, Morehead City. 

No. Schools — White, 37; colored, 7. 

Atlantic Public High School— V. C. Eaker, 
Principal, Atlantic. 

Tax Rate— 66 2-3c. on $100 and $2.00 on 
poll. Special for New Court House, 20c. 
on $100. 

Public Roads— Worked by Old State Law. 
No. miles, 150. 

CASWELL. 

County Seat, Yanceyville. 

Clerk of the Court— Robert L. Mitchell, 
Yanceyville. 

Sheriff— T. N. Fitch, Yanceyville. 

Register of Deeds — Fred W. Brown, Yan- 
ceyville. 

Treasurer — J. A. Lea, Yanceyville. 

Coroner — S. A. Mallay, Yanceyville. 

Standard-Keeper — T. J. Henderson, Yan- 
ceyville. 

Co. Attorney — 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, 
Yanceyville; R. I. Newman, Leasburg. 

Standard-Keeper — T. J. Henderson, Yan- 

Co. Commissioners — J. S. Harvey, (chm.), 
Danville, Va., R. F. D. No. 4;'jno. W. 
Slade, Blanche, R. F. D. No. 1; T. C. 
Jones, Yanceyville, R. F. D. No. 1. 

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— Countv, 52c. on $100. 

Public Roads— Worked by Old State Law. 
No. miles, 250. 

CATAWBA. 

County Seat, Newton. 

Clerk of the Court— Charles M. McCorkle, 
Newton. 

Sheriff — J. S. Leonard, Newton. 

Register of Deeds — Jacob E. Setzer, New- 
ton. 

Treasurer — J. N. Long, Newton. 

Coroner — Smith Campbell, Maiden. 

Surveyor — Alley Gabriel, Mt. Creek. 

Standard-Keeper — W. H. Marlow, Newton. 

Co. Attorney — D. Witherspoon, Newton. 

Co. Supt. of Health— George H. West, 
Newton. 

Supt. Co. Home — Robert E. Hoke, Con- 
over, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Co. Supt. Schools — George E. Long, New- 
ten. 

Co. Board of Education — A. C. Link, 
(chm.), Hickory; F. J. Dellinger, Conover; 
Wm. McRee, Newton. 

Co. Commissioners — J. W. Shuford, 
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Elias Sigmon, Newton; J. F. Hudson, Hick- 
ory, R. F. D. No. 1; J. W. Lawrence, Ca- 
tawba. 

Co. Board of Elections— D. P. Rowe, 
(chm.), Newton; J. B. Little, Newton; S. 
M. Hamrick, Hickory. 

No. Schools— White, 81; colored, 20. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
38c. poll. School poll tax, $1.50. No. 
iron bridges, 6. 

Public Roads— Worked by Old State Law. 
No. miles, 600-700. 

CHATHAM. 
Countv Seat, Pittsboro. 

Clerk of the "Court— J. L. Grifln, Pitts- 
boro. 

Sheriff— J. J. Jenkins, Siler City. 

Register of Deeds— W. E. Brooks, Pitts_ 
boro. 

Treasurer — J. J. Jenkins, Siler City. 

Coroner — S. M. Riggsbee, Riggsbee. 

Surveyor — R. B. Clegg, Pittsboro. 

Standard-Keeper— J. T. Bland, Pittsboro. 

Co. Attorney — R. H. Hayes, Pittsboro. 

Co. Supt. 'of Health— J. N. Taylor. 
Bvnum. 

*Supt. of Co. Home— W. H. Ward, Pitts- 
boro. 

Public Administrator — T. W. Segroves, 
Cumnock. 

Co. Supt. Schools— R. T. Johnson, Pitts- 
boro. 

Co. Board of Education — A. R. Norwood, 
Bynum, 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. B. Clegg, Moncure, 
R. F. D. No. 2; J. G. Hamlet, Bynum; R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Public Roads — Worked by taxation, 30c. 
on poll and 10c. on $100 real estate. No. 
miles, 600. 

No. Schools— White, 91; colored, 40. 

Tax Rate— 79 2-3c. on $100 and $2.39 on 
poll. Bonded indebtedness, $20,000. No. 
iron bridges, 7. 

CHEROKEE. 
County Seat, Murphy. 

Clerk of the Court— A. A. Fain, Murphy. 

Register of Deeds — A. L. Johnson, Mur- 
phy. 

Sheriff — A. B. Dicky, Murphy. 

Treasurer — A. G. Deweese, Murphy. 

Coroner — G. W. Evans, Ranger. 

Surveyor — O. G. Anderson, Culberson. 

Co. Attorney — Ben Posey, Murphy. 

Co. Supt. Health— S. C. Highway, Mur- 
phy. 

Supt. Co. Home — Silas Anderson, Murphy. 

Co. Supt. Schools — E. B. Norvell, Murphy. 

Co. Board of Education— W. G. Sparks, 
Suit; P. E. Nelson, Murphy; J. M. Rich- 
ardson, Andrews. 

Co. Commissioners — Wm. Morrow, Nina; 
Theo. Kilpatrick, Patrick; Henry Cozad. 
Andrews. 

Co. Board of Elections— R. H. Snea<." 
Murphy; N. Z. Dewesse, Murphy; P. C. 
Hyatt, Murphy. 



Tax Rate — 60c. on $100 and $1.80 on 
poll. No bonded indebtedness. 

Public Roads— A. W. Axly, Supt. Worked 
by Act of Legislature of 1903. No. miles, 
500. 

No. Schools— White, 53; colored, 3. 

CHOWAN. 

County Seat, Edentcn. 

Clerk of the Court— C. W. Oofield, Eden- 
ton. 

Sheriff — E. S. Norman, Edenton. 

Register of Deeds — W. J. Berryman 
Edenton. 

Treasurer — F. W. White, Edenton. 

Coroner — T. J. Hoskins, Edenton. 

Co. Attorneys — Pruden & Pruden, Eden 
ton. 

Co. Supt. of Health— T. J. Hoskins 
Edenton. 

Supt. Co. Home — M. M. Harrell, Edenton 

Co. Supt. of Schools — J. \V. Alderman 
Edenton. 

Co. Board of Education — H. H. Mashburn 
Edenton; W. T. Perry. Edenton; G. H. Ba 
ker, Tyner. 

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 
J. H. McMullan, Edenton. 

No. Schools— White, 21; colored, 15. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100 
Roads, 5c. in 1st Township and 20c. in 2nd 
Township; 20c. in 3rd and 4th Townships. 

Public Roads — First Township, J. W 
Spruill, Supt. ; Second Township, J. E. Co 
field; Third Township, M. F. Ward, Supt. 
Fourth Township, G. T. Mitchell, Supt. 

CLAY. 

County Seat, Hayesville. 

Clerk of the Court— Geo. W. Sanderson, 
Hayesville. 

Sheriff — J. W. Alexander, Hayesville. 

Register of Deeds — Jarrett Thompson, 
Hayesville. 

Treasurer— H. J. Jones, Shooting Creek. 

Coroner — P. B. Killian, Hayesville. v 

Surveyor — E. C. Mease, 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, 
(chm.), Hayesville; S. H. Allison, Hayes- 
ville; J. O. McCracken, Hayesville. 

Co. Commissioners— W. B. Martin, (chm.) 
Hayesville; A. J. Coleman, Hayesville.; G. 
S. McCflure, Hayesville. 

Co. Board of Elections— R. R. Alexan- 
der, (chm.), Hayesville; J. M. Sullivan, 
Hayesville; O. B. Anderson, (sec), Hayes- 
ville. 

No. Schools— White, 18; colored. 1. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100; 38c. 
poll; for debt, bridges, <(<■., :;;; i Sc 
$100 and $1.00 poll; roads, 15c. on $100 
mid 15c. poll. schools, 5e. on $100 and 
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Public Roads— Worked by OM State Law. 
No. miles, 125. 

CLEVELAND. 

County Seat, Shelby. 

Clerk of the Court— F. L. Hoyle, Shelby. 

Sheriff— D. D. Wilkins, Shelby. 

Register of Deeds— W. H. Eskridge, 
Shelby. 

Treasurer— W. R. Newton, Shelby. 

Coroner— T. K. Barnett, Shelby. 

Surveyor— O. C. Thompson, Shelby. 

Co. Commissioners— M. M. Mauney, 
Shelby, R. F. D. No. 5; J. F. Roberts, 
(chm.), Shelbv; A. T. Mull, Cleveland 
Mills, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Co. Attorneys— Rvburn & Hoey, Shelby. 

Supt. of Health— T. E. McBrayer, Shelby. 

Board of Health— J. F. Roberts, W. 
F. Mitchell, S. S. Royster. 

Co. Supt. Schools— B. T. Falls, Shelby. 

Co. Board of Education— W. T. Colton, 
Shelbv; W. L. Plonk, Kings Mountain; L. 
C. Palmer, Lawndale, R. F. D, N. 1. 

Supt. Co. Home— G. J. Allen, Shelby. 

Co. Board of Elections— J. A. Anthony, 
Shelby; J. Y. Hamrick, Shelby; A. P. 
Spoke, Shelbv. 

Tax Rate— 86 2-3c. on the $100; $2.00 
on the poll. 

COLUMBUS. 

County Seat, Whiteville. 

Clerk of the Court— L. W. Stanley, 
Whiteville. 
Sheriff— A. S. Richardson, Whiteville. 
Tax Gollector— J. T. Best, Whiteville. 
Register of Deeds— C. E. Smith, Vineland. 

Treasurer— R, H. Powell, Whiteville. 
Surveyor — June Baldwin, Clarkton. 
Coroner— Latt C. Mills; 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, (chm.), Whiteville; F. B. Pierce, 
Eallsboro; J. W. Powell, Fair Bluff. 

Co. Commissioners— C. C. Pridgen, 
(chm.), Tabor; T. J. Fletcher, Clarkton; 
R. Q. Powell, Fair Bluff; K. B. Council, 
Wananish; F. B. Pierce, Hallsboro. 

Co. Board of Elections— W. E. McDaniel, 
(chm.), Whiteville; Wm. Struthers, Grists; 
T. J. Fletcher, Clarkton. 

No. Schools— White, 91; colored, 37. 

Tax Rate— 16 2-3c. on $100; Roads, 10c. 

Public Roads— Worked bv Oid 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— S. H. Fowler, New 
Bern. 

Treasurer — F. S. Ernul, New Bern. 

Coroner — R. D. V. Jones, New Bern. 

Surveyor — R. A. Colvin, New Bern. 



Standard-Keeper— Eugene Tucker, New 
Bern. 

Co. Attorney— E. M. Green, New Bern. 

Co. Supt. of Health— J. F. Rhem, New 
Bern. 

Co. Physician— 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, (chm.), 
New Bern; J. S. McGow^an, New Bern; A. 
F. Wadsworth, Cove City; G. V. Richard- 
son, Dover; J. B. Harvey, Vanceboro. 

Co. Board of Elections— L. S. Daniels, 
New Bern; Wm. Dunn, Jr., New Bern; C. 
B. Hill, New Bern. 

Public Roads— J. M. Spencer, New Bern, 
Supt. Worked by Old State Law and tax 
system. No. miles, about 350; improved, 
2 3. Macadamized, 4 miles, cost per mile, 
$7,500. 

No. Schools— White, 47; colored, 37. 

Tax Rate— State, 25c; School, 18c; Gen- 
eral County, 23 2-3c. ; Special, 18c; Road.. 
10c ; Schools, 25c. 

CUMBERLAND. 

County Seat, Fayetteville. 
Clerk of the Court— A. A. MacKethan, 
Favetteville. 
Sheriff— Neill A. Watson, Fayetteville. 

Register of Deeds— W. M. Walker, Fay- 
etteville. 

Treasurer— David Gaster, Fayetteville. 

Coroner-^-J. V. McGougan, Fayetteville. 

Survevor— W. W. Baker, Fayetteville. 

Stand'ard-Ketper— J. A. Boone, Fayette- 
ville. 

Co. Attorney— C. G. Rose, Fa3'etteville. 

Supt. of Health— A. S. Rose, Fayette- 
ville. 

Supt. Co. Home^Alex. Leslie, Fayette-' 
ville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— B. T. McBryde, 
Fayetteville. 

Co. Board of Education— J. A. Oates, 
(chm.), Fayetteville; J. H. Currie, (sec), 
Favetteville; J. W. Hall, Autryville. 

Co. Commissioners— J. J. Bullard, (chm. l, 
Fayetteville; Herbert Lutterloh, Fayette- 
ville; W. J. Olive, Wade; R. R. Bell, Car- 
los; J. A. Keith, Lobelia. 

Co. Board of Elections— W. G. Hall, 
(chm.), George Holmes, Fayetteville; A. H. 
Slocomb, Fayetteville. 

No. Schools— White, 79; colored, 56. 

Tax Rate— County, 2Cc on $100. Schools, 
18c. Roads, 9c. Bonds, 10c Pensions, lc. 
Total State and County, 84 cents. Bonded 
debt, $117,000. No. bridges, 6 railroad 
bridges; 4 county bridges. 

Public Roads— W. M. Walker, Fayette- 
ville, Supt. Worked by county convicts 
under special law. No. miles, 420. Im- 
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CURRITUCK. 

County Seat, Currituck. 

Clerk of the Court— E. W. Ansell, Cur- 
rituck. ~" 

Register of Deeds — R. E. Flora, Curri- 
tuck. 

Sheriff — J. E. Barnard, Moyock. 

Treasurer — G. W. Williams, Currituck. 

Surveyor — Caleb B. Bell, Shawboro. 

Co. Attorney — A. M. Simmons, Currituck. 

Co. Supt. of Health— H. M. Shaw, Shaw- 
boro. 

Co. Board of Education— W. J. Tate, 
Cchm.), Kitty Hawk; Samuel Scott, Powells 
Point; E. D. Bowd 'n, Knotts Island. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — J. M. Newbern, 
Jarvisburg. 

Co. Commissioners — Thomas L. Jarvis, 
Mayock; W. H. White, Knotts Island; John 
VV. Sanderlin, Shawboro. 

Co. Board of Elections — R. L. Newbern, 
Jarvisburg; 0. A. Griggs, Maple; D. R. 
Scott, Jarvisburg; L. Walker, Barco. 

No. Schools — White, 34; colored, 14. 

Tax Rate— County, 74 2-3c. of $100. 
DARE. 
County Seat, Mantco. 

Clerk of the Court— Samuel- E. Midgett, 
Manteo. 

Register of Deeds — Asa V. Evans, Manteo. 

Treasurer — Isaac N. Davis, Wanchese. 

Surveyor — John W. Twiford, Manteo. 

Co. ■ Supt. Schools— W. B. Fearing, 
Manteo. 

Co. Board of Education— R. C. Evans, 
(dim.), Manteo; C. C. Miller, Buxton; S. 
A. Griffin. Manteo. 

Co. Commissioners — Arthur J. Fulcher, 
(dim.), Frisco; Steward M. Daniels, Wan- 
chese; J. B. Pinner, East Lake. 

Co. Board of Elections — W. S. Davis, 
(dim.), Wanchese; R. W. Smith, Manteo; 
L. N. Midgett, Skyco. 

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. 
Countv Seat, Lexington. 

Clerk of the "Court— C. E. Godwin, Lex- 
ington. 

Sheriff — Alex. T. Ddap, Lexington. 

Register of Deeds — G. W. Miller, Lexing- 
ton. 

Treasurer — W'alter G. Fitzgerald, Lexing- 
ton. 

Coroner — J. W. Peacock, Thomasville. 

Surveyor — Henry Payne, Euliopoise, 
No. 1. 

Standard-Keeper — B. F. Ausband, Lexing- 
ton. 

Co. Attorneys — McCrary & McCrary, Lex- 
ington. 

Supt. of Health — E. J. Buchanan, Lexin^ 
ton. 

Sni it . Co. Home. — Jas. M. Cratts, Lex- 
ington, No. 2. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— P. S. Vann, Wall- 
burg. 

Co. Board of Education — Rev. J. W. 
Clegg, (dim.), Lexington; B. I. Harrison, 



I'' nton; S. II. Averett, 'I h imasville. 

Co. Commissioners A. E. Myers, Lexing- 
ton, R. F. D. ; M. R. Barris, Thomas 
J. L. Doby, Versailles. 

Co. Board of Elections— W. F. Thomason, 
Lexington; A. F. Sams, Thomasville; R. 
Lie McCrary, Lexington. 

Public Roads— Tims. Miller, Lexii 
Supt. Worked by Old Stale Law and 
vict labor, except Lexington Township. 
where tax is 15c. on $100, and 45c. on 
poll; total last year, $3,992.89. No. m 
J, 000 in county. 

No. Schools— White, 04; colored, 20. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
3Sc. poll. 

DAVIE. 
Countv Seat, Mocksville. 

Clerk of the Court— A. T. Grant, Mocks- 
ville. 

Sheriff — James L. Sheek, Mocksville. 

Register of Deeds— J. F. Moore, Mocks- 
ville. 

Treasurer— J. W. Etchison, Cana. 

Coroner— W. D. Foster, Mocksville. 

Surveyor— M. C. James, Mocksville. 

Co. Supt. Health— M. D. Kimbrough, 
Mocksville. 

Supt. Co. Home— M. B. Bailev, Mocks- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. Schools — J. D. Hodges, Au- 
gusta. 

Co. Board of Education— T. B. Bailey, 
I (dim.), Mocksville; A. W. Ellis, Farming- 
'ton; S. A. Woodruff, Mocksville. 

Co. Commissioners — C. Y. Bailev, (dim.). 
Advance, R. F. D. No. 2; J, M. Cain, 
Calahaln, R. F. D. No. 1; B. F. Stone- 
street, Mocksville. 

Co. Board of Elections — J. G. Peebles, 
Advance, R. F. I). No. 2; Stonestreet, 
Mocksville; O. L. Williams, Mocksville. 

No. Schools — White, 45; colored. 17. 

Tax Rate — Countv purposi . L3 2-3c. on 
$100; Poor, 2c. and 38c. on poll. Roads 
and Bridges, 8c; Special, S l-3c. Bonded 
debt, $5110.00. 

Public Roads -Worked by Old Slate Law. 
No. miles, 300. 

DUPLIN. 
Countv Seat, Kenansville. 

Clerk of the Court— D. 11. Wallace, Ken- 
ansville. 

Sheriff— G. G. Best. Kenansville. 

Register of Deeds — J. J. Bowden, Ken 
ansville. 

Tn a surer G. G. Bi ^t. Kenansville. 

Coroner — B. F. Smith. Leon. 

Surveyor — L. IL Sanderson, Cabin. 

Standard-Keeper A. 1). Johnson, Ken 
ansville. 

Co Supt. of Health— John A. Ferrall, 
l-o nansville. 

Supt. of Co. Home — D. ( '. Ezzell, Kenans- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — D. S. Kennedy, 
Kenansville. 

< !o. Hoard of Educal ion D. I Carlton, 
Kenansville; W. S. Loftin, Bowden; W. I'.. 
Southerland, (chm.), Rosehill 

Co. Commissioners— J. M. Faison, (dim.). 



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Faison; B. F. Williams, Kenansville; Dallas 
J. Williams, Wallace. 

Co. Board of Elections — D. S. Hines, 
(chm.), Kenansville; H. Dail, Kenansville; 
J. A. Gavin, Kenansville. 

No. Schools— White, 84; colored, 29. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
38c. poll. 

Public Roads— Worked by Old State Law. 

DURHAM. 

County Seat, Durham. 

Clerk of the Court — C. B. Green, Durham. 

Sheriff — Jno. F. Harward, Durham. 

Register of Deeds — M. G. Markham, Dur- 
ham. 

Treasurer — Simeon Bowling, Durham. 

Surveyor — Ed. Belvin, Durham. 

Standard-Keeper — T. S. Booth, Durham. 

Coroner — J. F. Maddry, Durham. 

Co. Attorney — W. J. Brogden, Durham. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. N. M. Johnson, 
Durham. 

Supt. of Co. Home— W. 0. Thompson, 
Durham. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— C. W. Massey, Dur- 
ham. 

Co. Board Education — Delos W. Sorrell, 
(chm.), Durham; J. W. Umstead, Umbra; 
Geo. W. Stallings, Durham, R. F. D. No. 6. 

Co. Commissioners — J. W. Allen, (chm.'), 
Durham; L. B. Markham, Durham; T. E. 
Belvin, Durham, R. F. D. No. 2; J. D. 
Hamlin, Durham, R. F. D. No. 2; F. M. 
Tilley, Rougemont. 

Co. Board of Elections — H. A. Foushee, 
(chm.). Durham; S. C. Brawley, Durham; 
S. M. Holton, Durham. 

No. Schools— White, 36; colored, 19. 

Public Roads — T. J. Thompson, Supt., 
Durham. Worked by taxation and convicts. 
Tax 16 l-3c. on each $100 valuation prop- 
erty. No. of miles in county, 550. No. 
miles macadamized, 75. Cost per mile, 
$3,500. 

Tax Rate — On property: State, 21c; 
County, 13 2-3c. ; Pensions, 4c. ; Schools, 
18c. ; Railroads, 10c. ; County Roads, 
16 l-3c. ; total, 83c. on $100 valuation. 

EDGECOMBE. 

County Seat, 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, Pinetops. 
Coroner — Spencer P. Bass, Tarboro. 
StandardKeeper — R. B. Hyatt, Tarboro. 
Co. Attorney — H. A. Gilliam. 

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. Board of Education— R. G. Allsbrook, 
(chm.), Tarboro; W. W. Viek, Battleboro; 
John Mayo, Bethel. 

Co. Commissioners — Claude Wilson, 
(chm.), Tarboro; W. D. Ruff in, Whitakers; 



W. L. Dunn, Pinetops; Lam Lawrence, 
Tarboro; J. J. Thorne, Rocky Mount. 

Co. Board of Elections— P. C. Vestal, 
(chm.), Rocky Mount; B. F. Eagle, Crisp; 
C. B. Keech, Tarboro. 

Public Roads — J. W. Martin, Tarboro, 
Supt. Worked by taxation, 25c. on $100. 
Convicts used. 

Tax Rate— Countv, 23c. Bonded debt, 
$5,000. Two iron bridges. 

No. Schools— White, 36; colored, 35. 

FORSYTH. 

County Seat, Winston. 

Clerk of the Court— R. E. Transou, Win- 
ston-Salem. 

Sheriff — J. E. Ziglar, Winston-Salem. 

Register of Deeds — Henry W. Masten, 
Winston-Salem. 

Treasurer — George L. Beck, Winston-Sa- 
lem. 

Coroner — Dr. W. N. Dalton, Winston-Sa- 
' lem. 

Surveyor — Edward Styers, Rural Hall. 

Standard-Keeper — Lee Lashmit, Crater. 

Co. Supt. Schools— W. B. Speas, Win- 
ston-Salem. 

Supt. Co. Home — C. C. Flynt, Winston- 
Salem. 

Public Administrator — J. R. Hastings, 
Winston-Salem. 

Co. Board of Education — John F. Grif- 
fith, (chm.), Winston-Salem; Ellis W. Hau- 
ser, Pfafftown; J. W. Pennix, Kerrrersville. 
Convicts used. 

Co. Commissioners — D. C. Moir, Walker- 
town; J. H. Clinard, Winston-Salem, R. F. 
D. ; L. B. Brickenstein, Salem. 

Co. Board of Elections— W. T. Wilson, 
(chm.), Winston-Salem; Geo. H. Hauser, 
Bethania; M. E. Teague, Winston-Salem. 

No. Schools— White, 80; colored, 20. 

Tax Rate— County, 17c. on $100 and 18c. 
poll; special, 30c. on $100 and 90c. poll. 
Bonded debt, $55,000. 

Public Roads— J. W. Masten, Supt., Win- 
ston-Salem. Worked by taxation; total last 
year, $54,475.15. Macadam road, 40 miles. 

FRANKLIN. 

County Seat, Louisburg. 

Clerk of the 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. Inscoe, Cedar Rock. 

Coroner — Fred C. Cooke, Cedar Rock. 

Standard-Keeper — R. G. Winn, Epsom. 

Co. Attorney — T. W. Bickett, 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. Commissioners — T. S. Collie, Cedar 
Rock; J. II. Uzzell, Mapleville; E. M. Gup- 



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ton, Gupton; N. B. Young, Louisburg; J. 
C. Winston, Youngsville. 

Co. Board of Elections— J. B. Yar- 
borough, (cbm.), Louisburg; I. H. Kearney, 
Franklinton; E. F. Yarborough, Louisburg. 

No. Schools— White, 40; colored, 40. 

Tax Rate — County purposes, 22c. on 
$100 and 66c. poll. Roads (Louisburg 
Township only), 25c. and 75c. poll. Inter- 
est on debt, 9c; poll, 27c; bridge fund, 
6c poll, 18c; poor, 2c; poll, 6c. Bonded 
debt of county, $7,000. No. iron briges, 
8. (One of them 525 feet long.) Graded 
school, Louisburg, 50c and $1.50 on poll. 
Graded School, Franklinton, 35c and $1.05 
poll; Pension, 6c. and 18c poll. Special 
School Taxes: Mapleville, Ingleside, Pilot 
and Jones Districts, 20c and 60c. on poll. 
Moulton district, 30c and 90c; Bunn dis- 
trict, 30c and 90c; Pine Ridge, 30c. and 
90c. polls. 

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, Dallas. 

Register of Deeds— A. J. Smith, Dallas. 

Treasurer— J. M. Shuford,- Dallas. 

Coroner— J. M. Summey, Dallas. 

Surveyor— C. A. Black, Cherryville. 

Co. Attorney— O. F. Mason, Dallas. 

Co. Supt. of Health— 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; S. N. Boyce, Gastonia. 
S. N. Boyce, Gastonia. 

Co. Commissioner — W. C. Thompson, 
Stanly; O. G. Falls, Kings Moun- 
tain; John F. Leeper, (chm.), Belmont; J. 
W. Kendrick, Cherrvville; 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— White, 78; colored, 32. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c on $100; 
Graded School tax, 20c. on $100 and 60c 
poll. Floating debt, $36,000. 

Public Roads— W. P. Eddleman, Gas- 
tonia, Supt. Worked by special law; 25c 
on $100. Total for vear 1908, $27,627. Con- 
victs used. $300,000 bonds for road im- 
provement voted and $100,000 sold. Ma- 
cadam road, 30 miles; cost per mile, $3,- 
000. Iron bridges, 18. 

GATES. 

County Seat, Gatesville. 

Clerk of the Court— W. T. Cross, Gates- 
ville. 

Sheriff— 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 
Reynoldson. 

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— R. W. Simp- 
son, (chm.), Trotville; Franklin Matthews, 
Drum Hill; John S. Felton, Sarem. 

Co. Commissioners — T. A. Pearce 
(chm.), Drum Hill; W. R. Cowper, Gates- 
ville; L. A. Rountree, Acorn. 

Co. Board of Elections— Jno. G. Cross 
(chm.), Gatesville; T. E. Hofler, 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— Lycurgus Hofler, Gates- 
ville, Supt. Worked by Old State Law. 

GRAHAM. 

County Seat, Robbinsville. 

Clerk of the Court— Earl P. Tatham, 
Robbinsville. 

Sheriff— B. P. Grant, Robbinsville. 

Register of Deeds— R. B. Slaughter, Rob- 
binsville. 

Treasurer— J. D. Orr, Robbinsville. 

Coroner— S. F. Howell, Robbinsville 

Surveyor— James Crisp, Robbinsville. 

Standard-Keeper— R. B. Slaughter, Rob- 
binsville. 

Co. Attorney— Robt. L. Phillips. 

Co. Supt. Schools— L. H. Rogers, Rob- 
binsville. 

Co. Board of Education— J. A. Hvde, 
fhm.), Robbinsville; S. P. Harwood, 
Cheoah; Joe Edwards, Stecoah. 

Co. Supt. of Health— M. T. Maxwell. 

Co. Commissioners— Bart Orr, Robbins- 
ville; W. P. Robinson, Brock; Jasper Car- 
ringer, Yellow Creek. 

Co. Board of Elections— James Crisp, Ste- 
coah; T. A. Carpenter, Cheoah; N. G. Phil- 
ips, (chm.), Robbinsville. 

No. Schools— White, 25. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c on $100; 
35 l-3c. on $100; roads, 5c Bonded debt, 
$6,000. 

Public Roads— Worked by labor. 

GKANVILLE. 

Count v Seat, Oxford. 
Clerk of the Court— J. G. Shotwell, Ox- 
ford. 
Slicriff-S. M. Wheeler, Oxford. 
Register of Deeds— J. 1!. Powell, Stem. 
Treasurer— W. T. Lyon, Oxford. 
Coroner— R. M. Currin, 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, Oxford. 
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(chin.). Oxford; J. A. Morris. Oxford, No. 
2; ,E. IS. Meadows, Oxford, No. 1. 

Co. Commissioners— R. \V. Lassiter, 
(ehm.), Oxford; L. T. .Williford, Oxford; 
T. L. Cannady; W. P. Wilkinson. Nelson, 
Va., No. 1; Ralph Currin, Northside. 

Co. Board of Klcc tions— W. A. Devin, 
(ehm.), Oxford; T. Lanier, Oxford; C. K. 
Hester, Oxford. 

No. Schools- White, r,0. colored, 43. 
Tax Rate — County and roads, 32c. on 
$100 and 63c. on poll. 

Public Roads— J. D. Wheeler, Supt. 
Worked by special taxation. Macadam road, 
10 miles; cost per mile, $2,000. Iron 
bridges, 1. 

GREENE. 
County Seat, Snow Hill. 
Clerk of the "Court— John R. Dail, Snow] 
Hill. 

Sheriff— A. D. Warren, Snow Hill. 
Register of Deeds — Josiah O. Sugg, Snow 
Hill. 
Treasurer — W. T. Carraway, Snow Hill. 
Surveyor — R. E. Beaman, Speights 
Bridge. 
Coroner — J. H. Harper. 
Standard-Keeper — B. F. Albritton, Snow 
Hill. 
Co. Attorney — J. A. Albritton, Snow Hill. 
Co. Supt. of Health— W. B. Murphv, 
Snow Hill. 
Supt. Co. Home — Mrs. Ida Dail. 
Co. Supt. Schools — J. E. Debnam, Snow 
Hill. 

Co. Board of Education — L. V. Morrill, 
(ehm.), 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- 
man, Snow Hill, R. F. D. No. 1; F. L. 
Rouse, (ehm.), Snow Hill, R. F. D. No. 
6; B. F. D. Albritton, Hookerton. 

No. Schools— White, 32; colored, 21. 
Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
38c. poll. Special, 25c. On poll, 75c. 
Floating debt, $27,000. Interest on debt, 
C per cent. 

GUILFORD. 
County Seat, 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. Kirkman, 
R. H. Jones, Greensboro. 
Treasurer — G. H. McKinney, Greensboro. 
Coroner — J. P. Turner, Greensboro. 
Surveyor — Robert Gilchrist, Greensboro. 
Standard-Keeper — J. C. Clapp, Greens- 
boro. 
Co. Auditor — J. Leslie Abbott. 
Co. Attorney — J. N. Wilson, Greensboro. 
Co. Supt. Health — Edmund Harrison, 
Greensboro. 

Supt. Co. Home— W. W. Whittington, 
Greensboro. 



of Schools— T. R. 



Foust, 
Hackett, 



Co. Supt. 
Greensboro. 

House of Correction — G. F. 
Greensboro, R. F. D. 

i a. Board of Education— W. T. Whitsett, 
(ehm.), Whitsett; Charles H. Ireland, 
Greensboro; John C. Kinnette, Pleasant 
Garden. 

Co. Commissioners — J. A. Davidson, 
(ehm.), Gibsonville; John A. Young, R. 
F. D., Greensboro; W. C. Tucker, Pleas- 
ant Garden; W. G. Bradshaw, High Point; 
L. A. Walker, Summerfield, R. F. D. 

Co. Board of Elections— A. Wayland 
Cooke, (ehm.), Greensboro; Fred. N. Tate, 
(sec), High Point; A. A. Holton, High 
Point. 

Supt. Convict Force— J. W. Tyson, 
Greensboro, R. F. D. 

•Highway Commission — John L. King, 
(ehm.), Greensboro; D'. H. Coble, No. 6, 
Greensboro; J. A. Hoskins, Summerfield; 
F. M. Pickett, High Point; Elijah Wagoner, 
Gibsonville; E. J. Stafford, (sec), Greens- 
boro. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c on $100; 
roads, (special), 12 l-3c Macadam road, 
70 miles; cost per mile, $3,200. 

No. Schools-^White, 85; colored, 32. 

Public Roads— J. G. Foushee, Supt. High 
way Commission. Bonds, $300,000 for roads. 
No. miles graded about 160. No. miles 
macadamized, 70. R. C. Dick, Road Super- 
visor, Greensboro, R. F. D. 

HALIFAX. 

County Seat. Halifax. 
Clerk of the Court— S. M. Gary, Halifax. 
Sheriff— J. A. House, Thelma. 
Register of Deeds— J. H. Norman, Hali- 
fax. 
Treasurer— J. E. Bowers, Scotland Neck. 
Supt. of Health— I. E. Green, Weldon. 
Supt. Co. Home— W. B. Drewry, Halifax. 
Co. Supt. Schools— A. S. Harrison, En- 
held. 

- Co. Board of Education— John A. Col- 
lins, (ehm.), Enfield; Stuart Smith, Scot- 
land Neck; H. P. Robinson, Littleton. 

Co. Commissioners — B. A. Pope, S. P. 
Johnston, Weldon; S. T. Thorne, Airlie; 
W. R. Harvey, Littleton; N. L. Stedman, 
Tillery. 

Co. Board of Elections— A. McDowell, 
Scotland Neck; Whit. A. Johnston, Little- 
ton; T. H. Dickens, Enfield. 

No. Schools— White. 56; colored, 61. 
Tax Rate — 21c on $100; roads, 20c. Bond- 
ed debt, $7,000. Iron bridges, 3. 

Public Roads— Worked by Law of 1903. 
A. T. Dickens, Tiilerv, Supt. 
HARNETT. 
County Seat, Lillington. 
Clerk of the Court— Floyd Taylor, Lil- 
lington. 
Sheriff— J. B. Lanier. Lillington. 
1!« lister of Deeds— Allen M. Shaw, Lil- 
lington. 
Treasurer — J. H. Williams. Linden. 
Surveyor— J. W. Pipkin, Lillington. 
Co. Attorney— J. C. Clifford, Dunn. 
Co. Sunt, of Health— J. W. Halford, 
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Supt. Co. Home — Jethro McLamb, Lil- 
lington. 

Co. Supt. Schools — J. D. Ezzell, Dunn. 

Co. Board of Education — C. D. Stewart, 
Coats; \V. II. Stephenson, Angier; D. B. 
Stewart, Leaflet. 

Co. Commissioners — J. H. Smith, T. A. 
Harrington, Harrington; R. G. Taylor, 
(chm.), Dunn; D. P. McDonald, Summer- 
ville; W. H. Turlington, Dunn. 

Co. Board of Elections — H. T. Spiers, 
Lillington; R. L. Godftin, Dunn; J. B. Hol- 
land, Dunn. 

No. Schools— White, 60; colored, 28. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100; on 
debt, 10c. Bonded debt, $44,500. Total 
tax on $100 76 2-3c. Two iron bridges and 
one iron R. R. bridge. 

Public Roads— Worked by Old State Law. 
No. miles, 800. 

HAYWOOD. 
County Seat, Waynesville. 

Clerk of the Court— R. A. L. Hyatt, 
Wa3;nesville. 

Sheriff — W. R. Medford, Waynesville. 

Register of Deeds — J. M. Noland, Waynes- 
ville. 

Treasurer — Hugh A. Love, Waynesville. 

Coroner — J. E. Moore, Canton. 

Surveyor— O. O. Sanford, Clyde, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Co. Attorney— S. C. Welch, Waynesville: 

Oo. Supt. of Health— J. F. Abel, Way- 
nesville. 

Supt. Co. Home — R. C. Moody, Canton. 

Co. Sup*\ Schools— R. A. Sentell, Way- 
nesville. 

Board of Education — J. E. Wilson, 
(chm.), Canton, R. F. D. ; J. R. Kirkpat- 
rick, Clyde, R. F. D. No. 1; J. K. Boone, S 
Waynesville. 

Co. Commissioners — M. M. Noland, Fines 
Creek; W. H. Henderson, Canton; W. D. 
McCracken, Crabtree. 

Co. Board of Elections — R. E. Osborne, 
Waynesville; 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, 12V& miles. Iron 
bridges, 10. 

Public Roads — W. C. Medford, Waynes- 
ville; Supt. Worked by Old State Law 
and taxacion, 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 — A. M. Blaekwell, Hendersonville. 

Register of Deeds — S. M. King, Hender- 
sonville. 

Surveyor — T. L. Drake, Hendersonville. 

Coroner, W. R. Kirk. 

Co. Attorneys — Toms & Blythe, IIender_ 
sonville. 

Co. Sunt. Health— J. G. Waldrop, Hen- 
dersonville. 

Supt. Co. Home — J. Lee, Hendersonville. 
Co. Supt. Schools — McD. Ray, 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 — W. P. Bane, (chm.), 
Hendersonville; John T. Staton, Saluda; T. 
A. W. Lyda, Roosevelt; G. N. Sentell, 
Bowmans Bluff. 

Co. Board of Elections— V. C. V. Shep- 
herd-, (chm.), Hendersonville; W. I.,. Mil- 
ler, Rugby; J. Williams, Hendersonville. 

No. Schools — White. 52; colored, 11. 

Tax Rate — State, 21c. ; Pensions, 4c. ; 
Schools, 18c. ; County, 23 2-3c. ; Court 
House, 10c. ; R. R. Bonds, 10c. ; Sinking 
Fund, 6c. ; Bridge, 7c. ; Refunding, 10c. ; 
Road, 12c. on $100 and $2.00 on the poll, 
iron bridges is a special tax of 2 l-3c. not 
included in the above road and bridge tax. 

Public Roads — P. F. Patton, Henderson- 
ville, Supt. Worked by convict labor and 
taxation, 12c. on $100: on bridges, 7c. on 
$100. On roads and bridges, $6,706.07. 
HERTFORD. 
County Seat, Winton. 

Clerk of the Court— Thomas D. Boone, 
Winton. , 

Sheriff— A. E. Garrert, Winton. 

Register of Deeds — John A. Northcott, 
Winton. 

Treasurer — A. E. Garrett, ex-officio, Win- 
ton. 

Coroner — Paul Mitchell, Ahoskie. 

Surveyor — J. D. Parker, Aulander. 

Standard Keeper — John E. Jones, Winton. 

Co. Attorneys — Winborne & Lawrence, 
Murfreesboro. 

Co. Supt. Health— J. H. Mitchell, 
Ahoskie. 

Supt. Co. Home — M. M. Brown, Ahoskie, 
R. F. D. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— T. E. Brown, 
Ahoskie, R. F. D. No. — . 

Co. Board of Education— C. W. Parker, 
Menola, chm.), Como; John E. Vann, Win- 
ton; J. H. Mitchell, Ahoskie. 

Co. Commissioners — S. P. Winborne, 
Como; A. I. Parker, Winton; J. C. Vin- 
son, Murfreesboro; B. F. Williams, (chm.), 
Harrellsville; C. W. Parker, Menola. 

Co. Board of Elections— A. C. Vann, 
Union; I. F. Snipes, Menola; A. J. V H 
some, Winton. 

No. Schools— White, 32; corofed, 32. 

Tax Rate— County, 66 2-3c. on $100. 

Public Roads— Worked by Special Act of 
1907. 

HYDE. 
County Seat, Swan Quarter. 

Clerk of the Court— II. J. Spencer, Swan 
Quarter. 

Sheriff— E. O. Spencer, Swan Quart i 

Register of Deeds— J. C. William-. 

Quarter. 
Treasurer — J. O. Marshville, Engelh 
( loroner- R. E. Windly, Lake Landing, 
Standard-Keeper \. B. Barris, Swan 

Quarter. 
( lo. Attorneys— Mann .v Jom 9, 

Quarter. 
Co. Supt. of Health R. E. Windly, Swan 

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Supt. Co. Home — J. T. Sawyer, Swan 
Quarter. 

Co. Supt. Schools — S. J. Beckwith, Lake 
Landing;. 

Co. Board of Education— W. P. Burrus, 
(chm.), Englehard; Z. T. Forteseue, 
Scranton; M. S. Credle, Swan Quarter. 

Co. Commissioners — Nathaniel Credle, 
(chm.), Swan Quarter; Robert Jennett, Lake 
Landing; T. E. Warren, Scranton. 

Co. Board of Elections — J. C. Simmons, 
Fairfield; George Makely, Swan Quarter; 
Willie Swindell, Swan Quarter. 

No. Schools— White, 32; colored, 24. 

Tax Rate— State 21c. on $100; Pensions, 
4c; County, 33 2-3c. Special 

School Tax: Swan Quarter Graded 
School, 65c. on $100 and $1.95 on poll. 
Sladesville Graded School, 30c. on $100 and 
90c. on poll; South Lake District School, 
30c. on $100 and 90c. on poll; Lake Land- 
ing Graded School 33 l-3c. on $100 and $1.00 
on poll; Ocracoke District School, 30c. on 
$100 and 90c. on poll. 

Public Roads — James E. Cooper, Swan 
Quarter township, Commissioner; Fairfield 
township, C. L. Williams, Commissioner. 
Tax rate for each township, 20c. on $100 
and 60c. on poll for road purposes. 

IREDELL. 

County Seat, Statesvllle. 

Clerk of the Court — J. A. Hartness, 
Statesville. 

Sheriff — J. M. Deaton, Statesville. 

Register of Deeds — J. E. Boyd, States- 
ville. 

Treasurer — W. R. Sloan, Statesville. 

Coroner — P. C. Carlton, Statesville. 

Surveyor — R. F. Rieves, Statesville. 

Standard-Keeper — John U. Lamprecht, 
Statesville. 

Co. Attorney — L. C. Caldwell, Statesville. 

Co. Supt. Health— M. R. Adams, States- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. Schools— L. O. White, States- 
ville. 

Supt. Co. Home — W. C. Berry, Bariur" 
Springs. 

Public Administrator — G. W. Clegg, 
Statesville. 

Co. Board of Education— J. H. Hill, 
(chm.), Statesville; J. L. Bradley, Moores- 
ville; W. G. Nicholson, Harmony. 

Co. Commissioners — N. B. Mills, (chm.), 
Statesville; J. W. Hager, Clio; D. E. 
Turner, Mooresville; H. C. Summers, New 
Sterling; R. F. Gaither, River Hill. 

Co. Board of Elections— W. D. Temple- 
ton, Mooresville; Lee Morrow, Statesville; 
R. V. Brawley, Statesville. 

No. Schools— White, 90; Colored, 33. 

Tax Rate— State, 21c; Pensions, 4c; 
County, 23 2-3c ; Schools 18c; Roads, 
23 1-3; Poll, $2.00. 

Public Roads— W. C. Henry, Statesville, 
Supt. Convict labor used. Road tax last 
year, $22,629.69. 

JACKSON. 
County Seat, Webster. 

Clerk of the Court— V. F. Brown, Web- 
ster. 

Sheriff— J. M. Worley, Webster. 



Register of Deeds— J. T. Gribble, Web- 
ster. 

Treasurer — J. Worth Byson, Webster. 

Coroner — Dr. D. D. Hooper, Sylva. 

Surveyor — W. F. Cook, Rich Mountain. 

Co. Attorney — A. A. Brown, Webster. 

Supt. of Health— A. A. Nichols, Cullo- 
whee. 

Supt. Co. Home — R. L. Knight, Webster. 

Supt. of Schools— W. L. Henson, Cullo- 
whee. 

Co. Board of Education— R. L. Madison, 
(chm)., Cullowhee; W. O. Buchanan, 
Sylva. 

Co. Commissioners — John M. Watson, 
Painter; H. R. Queen, (chm.), Argura; W. 
J. Cogdill, Sylvia. 

Co. Board of Elections — Chas. Allison, 
(chm.), Sylva; J. T. Wike, East Laporte; 
Garvin Hughes, Webster. 

No. Schools— White, 43; colored, 3. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c on $100; 
roads, 20c ; Education, special, 3c ; Spe_ 
cial, 12c Iron bridges, 5. 

Public Roads — Worked by taxation and 
free labor combined. No. miles, 300. 

JOHNSTON. 

County Scat, 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. Rose, Smithfield. 

Surveyor — T. R. Fulghum, Pine Level. 

Standard-Keeper — S. B. Johnson, Smith- 
field. 

Co. Sunt, of Health— L. D. Wharton, 
Smithfield. 

Supt. Co. Home — Israel Stephenson, 
Smithfield. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — J. P. Canadav, 
Smithfield. 

Co. Board of Educa f ion — W. F. Gerald, 
(chm.), Pine Level; John Stephenson, Ben- 
son, R. F. D. No. 4; J. J. Rose, Beasley, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Co. Commissioners — W. T. Bailey, (chm.), 
Kenly; R. I. Ogburn, Willow Springs, R. 
F. D. No. 1; Jno. W. Wood, Benson, R. F. 
D. No. 2; J. C. Keen, Four Oaks; D. B. 
Oliver, Pine Level. 

Co. Board Elections— Ed. S. Abell, 
(chm.), Smithfield; Geo. D. Vick, (sec), 
Selma; W. R. Creech, Smithfield. 

No. Schools— White, 108; colored, 38. 

Public Roads — Worked by Old State Law 
except Clayton, Snr.thfield and Selma 
Townships, which are worked by taxation. 
No. miles, 600. 

Tax Rate— Count, 20c on $100; 21c for 
State; 18c for Schools; 4c for Pensions; 
$1.89 on polls. No. iron bridges, 5. 
JONES. 
County Seat, Trenton. 

Clerk of the Court— J. B. Collins, Tren- 
ton. 

Sheriff— J. S. Hargett, Comfort. 

Register of Deeds — R. D. Dixon, Trenton. 

Treasurer— Charles P. Harriett, Trenton. 

Coroner — W. W. Early, 'Trenton. 



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Surveyor — J. L. Foy, Jr., Trenton. 
Standard-Keeper — S. Barker. Trenton. 
Co. Attorney — Thomas D. Warren, Tren- 
ton. 

Co. Supt. of Health— W. W. Early, Tren- 
ton. 

Supt. Co. Home— H. Polloek, Trenton. 
Co. Supt. of Schools — W. H. Hammond, 
Trenton. 

Co. Board of Education— T. A. Bell, 
(chm.), Pollocksville. 

Co. Commissioners — J. H. Bell, (chm.), 
Pollocksville; R. L. May, Trenton; J. R. 
Lowery, Trenton. 

Co. Board of Elections— J. W. Wooten, 
(chm.), Trenton; F. H. Foy, Pollocksville; 
J. K. Brock, Trenton. 

No. Schools— White, 32; colored, 22. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3 on $100 and 
47c. poll. Special tax for roads 15e. on 
$100; 45c. on polls. 

Public Roads — Worked by Taxation. No. 
miles, 175. Road Superintendents: E. L. 
Mattocks, Maysville; Paschael Taylor, 
Comfort, R. F. D. ; F. H. George, Com- 
fort; B. R. Henderson, Pollocksville, R. 
F. D. ; L. A. Haywood, Trenton; W. O. 
Haskins, Trenton, R. F. D. ; E. B. Isler, 
Dover, R. F. D. 

LEE. 
County Seat, Sanford-Jonesboro. 

Clerk of the Court— T. N. Campbell, San- 
ford. 

Sheriff— C. G. Petty, Sanford. 

Register of Deeds — T. M. Cross, Sanford. 

Treasurer — B. C. Pearce, Sanford. 

Coroner — Dr. H. B. Hoyle, Jonesboro. 

Surveyor — Francis Deaton, Sanford. 

Co. Attorney — A. A. F. Seawell, Sanford. 

Co. Physician — Dr. J. P. Monroe, San- 
ford. 

U. S. Commissioner — C. K. Rosser, San- 
ford. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— R. W. Allen, San- 
ford. 

Co. Board of Education— Dr. F. W. Mc- 
Cracken, (chm.), Sanford; Prof.' M. A. Me- 
Leod, Broadway. 

Co. Commissioners — J .J. Edwards, 
(chm.), Lemon Springs; J. L. Godfrey, 
Jonesboro; J. F. Womble, Moncure, R. F. 
D. ; J. F. Jones, Broadway; W. S. Weather- 
spoon, Sanford. 

Co. Board of Elections— G. W. Walls, 
(chm.), Lockville; J. B. Watson, Jonesboro; 
C. C. Cheek, Sanford. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. en $100; debt, 
property, 5c. on $100; debt, floating, $7,- 
500; debt, bonded, $19,000.. Total taxable 
property, $3,179,000. Total, $26,500. 

Public Roads — Worked under the General 
Road Law. 

LENOIR. 

County Seat, Kinston. 

Clerk of the v Court — Plato Collins, Kin- 
ston. 

Sheriff — J. P. Nunn, Kinston. 

Register of Deeds — Jno. H. 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. \V. Howard, 
Kinston. 

Co. Board of Education— Richard H. 
Lewis, (chm.), Kinston; F. R. Hodges, 
LaGrange; H. W. Davis, Seven Springs. 

Co. Commissioners — J. F. Hooker, (chm.), 
Kinston; W. P. Gilbert, Grifton; Barnett 
Howard, Pink Hill; H. P. Loftin, Kinston, 
R. F. D. ; A. T. Dawson, LaGrange, R. F. D. 

Co. Board of Elections— H. E. Shaw, 
(chm.), Kinston; T. B. Brown, Kinston; 
W. A. Jones, Pink Hill. 

No. Schools — White, 40: colored, 24. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100; 33 l-2c 
poll; roads, 15. Special tax for new jail and 
bridges, 10c. on $100. Special tax for fence, 
4c. on $100, in stock law territory. 

Public Roads — J. T. Dawson, LaGrange, 
R. F. D., Supt. Worked by Special Law 
and convict labor; total taxation for 190S, 
about $9,155.59. 

LINCOLN. 

County Seat, Lincolnton. 

Clerk of the Court — A. Nixon, Lincoln- 
ton. 

Sheriff — G. Lee Heavner, Lincolnton. 

Register of Deeds — W. H. Sigmon, Lin- 
colnton. 

Treasurer — J. O. Allen, Lincolnton. 

Coroner — E. C. Baker, Lincolnton. 

Co. Attorney — C. E. Childs, Lincolnton. 

Co. Supt. of Health— John W. Saine, 
Lincolnton. 

Supt. Co. Home — J. H. Harmon, Lin- 
colnton. 

Co. Supt. Schools— G. T. Heafner, 
Crouse. 

Co. Board of Education — Kemp R. Nixon, 
(chm.), Lincolnton; D. C. K. Wilkinson, 
Iron Station; B. C. Wood, Lincolnton. 

Co. Commissioners — R. M. Roseman, Lin- 
colnton; A. Lee Cherry, Triangle; Junius 
Blanton, Henry; J. E. Reinhardt, Iron 
Station; W. C. Rhodes, 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. Six 
iron bridges. 

Mcdowell. 

County Seat, Marion. 

Clerk of the Court — Thomas Morris, Ma- 
rion. 

Sheriff — P. H. Mashburn, Marion. 

Register of Deeds — John A. Laughridge, 
Marion. 

Treasurer — N. C. Jon es, Marion. 

Coroner— Dr. D. M. Mcintosh, Old Fort. 

Surveyor — L. A. Haney, Demming. 

Co. Attorney — W. T. Morgan, Marion. 

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. White, Marion; W. E. 
Brown, Marion. 

Co. Supt. of Health--M. L. Justice, Ma- 
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Co. Commissioners — II. A. Tate, Old Fort. 
R. F. I). No. 1; W. E. Brown, Old Fort, 
R. F. D. No. 1; W. A. Laughridge, Dysart- 
ville. 

Co. Board of Edueati ti— D. E. Hudgins, 
Marion; J. L. Padgett, Nebo; Johnson Led- 
better, Dome. 

No. Schools— White, 57; colcred, 13. 

Tax Kate — County, court house and poor, 
22c. on $100 and $2.25 poll. Bridges and 
roads, 10c on $100 and 30c. poll; railroads, 
25c. Bonded debt, $55,900. 

Public Roads— Worked in part by labor 
and taxation, 10 to 40c on $100 and 30c. 
to $1.20 poll. No. miles, 200. 
MACON. 
County Seat, Franklin. 

Clerk of the Court— R. M. Ledford, 
Franklin. 

Shi riff — Alex Moore, Franklin. 

Register of Deeds— D. W. Blaine, Frank- 
lin. 

Treasurer — Alex Moore, Franklin. 

Coroner — R. F. Henry, Franklin. 

Surveyor — J. W. Amnions, Franklin. 

Co. Attorney — Robertson & Benbow, 
Franklin. 

Co. Supt. of Health— S. H. Lvle, Frank- 
lin. 

Supt. of Co. Home— J. N. McConnell, 
Franklin. 

Co. Supt. Schools— M. D. Billings, 
Franklin. 

Board of Education — S. H. Lyle, 
(ehm.), Franklin; J. T. Patton, Franklin; 
W. L. Higdon, Higdonville. 

Co. Commissioners — E. H. Franks, (chm.) 
Franklin; G. H. Dalrymple; J. M. 
Keener, Gneiss. 

Co. Board of Elections — Lee Crawford, 
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 30c. poll. 
Floating debt, $7,717.16; school, $1.58 poll 
and 18c. on $100. 

Public Roads — Worked by Special Act 
and taxation; total last year, $6,002.51. Im- 
proved, 25 miles. 

MADISON. 

County Seat, Marshall. 

Clerk of the 'Court— J. H. White, Mar- 
shall. 

Sheriff— George W. Cole, Marshall. 

Register of Deeds — James Smart, Marshall. 

Treasurer — W. H. Henderson, Marshall. 

Coroner — Dr. J. H. Baird, Mars Hill. 

Surveyor— R. L. Tweed, White Rock. 

Standard-Keeper — James Smart, Marshall. 

Co. Attorney — J. C. Ramsev, Marshall. 

Co. Supt. of Health— W. J.' Weaver, Mar- 
shall. 

Supt. Co. Home — James Haynie, Marshall. 

Co. Supt. Schools — C. A. Henderson, Mar- 
shall. 

Co. Board of Education — L. M. Bryan, 
Marshall; W. L. Henslev, Buckner; J. M. 
Wallin, Big Laurel. 

Co. Commissioners — James Smart, (Clerk 
to Board); C. F. Casada, Marshall, R. F. 
D. No. 1; H. J. Jarvis, Ivey; J. C. Chand- 



ley, White Rock. 

Co. Board of Elections— J. N. West, 
(ehm.), Marshall; G. L. McKinnev, Marshall; 
T. J. Murray, Marshall, R. F. D. No. 3. 

No. Schools — White, 75; colored, 4. 

Tax Rate — State, 21c. ; pension, 4c. ; 
schools, 18c. ; general county, 23 2-3c. ; 
roads, 10c. ; bridges, 9c. ; jury, 8c. ; interest 
on bonds, 10c; poll, $3.11. Bonded debt, 
$90,000. Floating debt, $30,000. 

Public Roads — J. F. Bryan, Marshall, R. 
F. Vf. 3, Supt. Worked by Special Act. 
Work 6 days and pay 10c. on $100 ' prop- 
erty and 30c poll. 

MARTIN. 

County Seat, Williamston. 

Clerk of the Court— J. A. Hobbs, Wil- 
liamston. 

Sheriff— J. C. Crawford, Williamston. 
Register of Deeds— A. S. Coffield, Wil- 
liamston. 

Treasurer— C. D. Carstarphen, William- 
ston. 
Coroner — J. H. Saunders, Everetts. 

Surve}'or — Sylvester Peel, Williamston. 

Standard-Keeper — John T. Ross, Roberson- 
ville. 

Supt. Co. Home — J. D. Bowen, William- 
ston. 

Supt. of Health— W. E. Warren, William- 
ston. 

Co. Supt. Schools— R. J. Peel, William- 
ston. 

Co. Commissioners — W. H. Daniel, 
Jamesville; S. E. Hardison, Williamston, 
R. F. D. ; A. S. Roberson, Robersonville ; 
J. A. Bennett, Oak City; H. M. Burras, 
(ehm.), Williamston. 

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 — No superintendent. Worked 
by Old State Law. Four per cent annually- 
spent out of county fund. One-third of the 
roads improved. Convict labor can be 
used. Iron bridges, 4. 

MECKLENBURG. 
County Seat, Charlotte. 

Clerk of the Court— J. A. Russell, Char- 
lotte. 

Register of Deeds — W. M. Moore, Char- 
lotte. 

Treasurer — H. J. Walker, Charlotte. 

Coroner — William A. Gr^sham, Charlotte. 

Survevor — J. B. Spratt, Dixie. 

Standard-Keeper— A. R. Willmann, Char- 
lotte. 

Co. Attorneys — Burwell & Cansler, Char- 
lotte. 

Supt. of Health— C. S. McLaughlin, 
Charlotte. 

Supt. Co. Home— J. T. Holton, Charlotte. 

Public Administrators— H. N. Pharr, W. 
M. Smith, Charlotte. 

Co. Supt. Schools— R. J. Cochrane, Char- 
lotte. 
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son, (dim.), Charlotte; B. D. Funderburk, 
Matthews; John McDowell, Charlotte; 0. 
H. Caldwell, Charlotte, R. F. D. ; A. F. 
Long, Cornelius, R. F. D. 

Co. Commissioners— W. M. Long, (chm.), 
Charlotte; J. A. Newell, Newells; W. J. 
Dunn, Huntersville, R. F. D. ; D. A. Hen- 
derson, Mint Hill; W. N. McKee, Charlotte, 
R. F. D. 

Co. Board Elections— A. M. McDonald, 
(chm.), Charlotte; A. B. Justice, Char- 
lotte- D. A. Barklev, Charlotte. 

No Schools— White, "78; colored, 61. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100; 
roads, 10c; convicts, zoc. ; schools, 18c. 
Bondtd debt, $300,000. 

Public Roads— Worked by Old State Law 
and convicts. Three complete macadamizing 
outfits; cost about $15,000. Macadam road, 
187 miles; cost per mile, $3,000. No. iron 
bridges, 16. 

" MITCHELL. 

County Seat, Bakersville. 

Clerk of the Court— M. L. Buchanan, 
Bakersville. 

Sheriff— J. W. Bryant, Bakersville. 

Register of Deeds— J. D. Braswell, 
Bakersville. 

Treasurer— U. A. Thompson, Spear. 

Coroner— L. C. Byrd, Bakersville. 

Surveyor— C. H. Wise, Hawk. 

f'o. Attorney— Chas. E. Greene, Bakers- 
ville. 

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— R. H. Bradshaw, Her- 
rell; R. M. Burleson, Plumtree; H. T. Nor- 
man, Elk Park. 

Co. Board Elections— S. R. Hensley, Fen- 
land; S. J. Black, R. G. Wilson, Bakers- 
ville. 

No. Schools— White, 72; rolored, 4. 

Tax Rate— County, 24c. on $100 and 50c. 
polls; special roads, 50c. Floating debt, 
$1,500. Iron bridges, 1. 

Public Roads— Worked by taxation. M. C. 
Pannell, Supt., Bakersville. 

MONTGOMERY. 

County Seat, Troy. 

Clerk of the Court— C. A. Armstrong, 
Trov. 

Sheriff— J. R. McKenzie, Troy. 

Register of Deeds— O. ■ B. Deaton, Troy. 

Treasurer— J. R. McKenzie, Troy. 

Coroner— Hiram Freeman, Ether. 

Surveyor— J. L. Hayward, Mt. Gilead. 

Co. Supt. of Health— Dr. Shamberger, 
Star. 

Supt. Co. Home— Chas. Bell, Troy. 

Co. Supt. Schools— R. T. Poole, Troy. 

Co. Commissioners— Geo. M. Bruton, Mt. 
Gilead, R. F. D. No. 2; N. M. Thayer, 
Eldorado; R. B. Munn. Iola. 

Co. Board of Elections— A. B. MeCaskill, 
Cander; G. S. Beaman, Troy; H. P. Mont. 



gomerv, Mt. Gilead, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
38c. on poll; special, 15c. on $100. Floating 
debt, $500. 

No Schools — White, 56; 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. 

Regster of Deeds— J. C. B. Muse, Car- 
thage. 

Treasurer — A. D. Muse, Carthage. 

Coroner — Dr. A. H. Mel. cod, Aberdeen. 

Surveyor — Haywood Fin, Carthage. 

Co. Attorney— W. J. Adams, Carthage. 

Supt. Health— G. McLeod. Carthage. 

Supt. Co. Home— D. H. Muse, Carthage. 

Public Administrator — Mel. Kennedy, 
Carthage. 

Co. Supt. Schools— J. A. McLeod, Car- 
thage. 

Co. Board Education— T. N. Woody, 
(chm.), High Falls; J. R. McQueen, Lake- 
view; W. 11. II. Lawhon, Carthage. 

Co. Commissioners — N. A. McKeithan. 
(chm.), Carthage; J. B. Vanrannon, West 
End; A. J. Jones, Glendan. 

Co. Board of Elections— U. L. Spence, 
(chm.), Carthage; O. D. Wallace, Carthage; 
J. L. Currie, Carthage. 

No. Schools— White, 38; colored, 46. 
Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
38c. poll; special for county indebtedness, 
6c. and 18c. poll; graded schools, 30c. and 
00c. poll. Bonded debt, $5,000. Floating 
debt, $9,000. 

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. B. Boddie, Nil 
ville. 

Treasurer — J. D. Winstead, Nashville. 

Surveyor — J. S. Wilson, Spring Hope. 

Coroner— Dr. Jas. P. Battle, Nashville. 

Standard- Keeper— Geo. A. Griffin, Nash- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. Health— J. P. Battle, Nash- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. Schools— W. S. Wilkinson, 
Rocky Mount. 

Co. Examiner— W. S. Wilkinson, Rocky 
Mount. 

Co. Commissioners— W. E. Jeffreys, 
(chm.), Rocky Mount; A. T. Strickland, 
Glover; S. A. Batchelor, Nashville. 

Supt. Co. Home— Ivcy W. Strickland, 
Nashville. 

Board of Education— I. P. Finch, Glover; 
T. V. Avent, Aventon; R. H. Ricks, Rocky 
Mount. 

Co. Board of Elections— L. T. Vaughan, 
(chm.), Nashville; A. V. May. Spring 
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No. Schools — White, 62; colored, 45. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 .'-3c. on $100. 

Public Roads— Worked by Old State Lr.w. 
No. miles, about 800. Convicts can be used- 
NEW HANOVER. 
County Seat, \\ ilmington. 

Clerk of tlie Court— John D. Taylor, 
Wilmington. 

Sheriff— S. P. Cowan, Wilmington. 

Register of Deeds— John Haar, 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, 

(chm.), Wilmington; M. W. Devine, Wil- 
mington; H. L. Vollers, Wilmington; Wm. 
F. Robertson, Wilmington; J. P. Montgom- 
ery, Wilmington. 

Jailor— Jno. M. Branch, Wilmington. 

Board of Education— George Rountree, 
(chm.), D. McRae, \V. H. Sprunt, Wil- 
mington. 

Co. Board of Elections— J. 0. Carr, Wm. 
Gilchrist, Wm. Struthers, Jr., Wilmington. 

No. Schools — White, 19; colored, 14. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100; road 
bonds, 7 l-3c. ; hospital, 5c. 

Public Roads— H. Hocutt, Supt. Worked 
by convict labor. No. miles, 80; crushed 
stone, 30. 

NORTHAMPTON. 
Countv 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 — Thos. Duke, Rehoboth. 

Surveyor — E. P. Outland, Eagletown. 

Co. Supt. Health— H. W. Lewis, Jackson. 

Supt. Co. Home — J. M. Flythe, 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; 
J. G. Stancel, Margarettsville; J. M. Grant, 
Jackson; J. H. Fitzhugh, Garysburg; 
Attorneys, Gay & Midyett. 

Co. Board of Elections— G. .E. Midyett, 
Jackson; J. W. Weaver, Rich Square; W. 
T. Griffin, Woodland. 

No. Schools— White, 42; colored, 43. 

Tax Rate— Countv, 18c. on $100; State, 
25c. on $100; School, 23c. on $100; Road, 
20c. on $100; total, 86c. on $100. Poll tax: 
Count}', 21c; State, 12c; School, $1.65; 
Road, 2c; total, $2.00. 

Public Roads — J. M. Smith, Severn, Supt. 
Worked by taxation by laws of 1903. 
Amount $14,030. No. miles, 600. 



ONSLOW. 

County Seat, Jacksonville. 

Clerk of the* Court — M. M. Capps, Jack- 
sonville. 

Sheriff— E. W. Summersill, Jacksonville. 

Register of Deeds — J. B. Petteway, Jack- 
sonville. 

Treasurer — G. A. Hurst, Jacksonville. 

Coroner — D. J. Humphrey, Jacksonville. 

Surveyor — J. F. Heritage, Jacksonville. 

Standard-Keeper — L. M. Avery, Jackson- 
ville. 

Co. Attorney — E. M. Koonce, Jackson- 
ville. 

Supt. Health — Cyrus Thompson, Jackson- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. Schools — W. M. Thompson, 
Pichlands. 

Co. Board of Education — Hosea Brown, 
(chm.), Jacksonville; O. F. Justice, Snead's 
Ferry; D. F. Howard, Riehlands. 

Co. Commissioners — B. L. Kellum, Jack- 
sonville; John Williams, Riehlands; J. A. 
-Pittman, Swansboro. 

Co. Board of Elections— T. B. Henderson, 
Jacksonville; J. C. Cole, Jacksonville; W. 
H. Jarman, Jacksonville 

No. Schools — White, t-3; colored, 20. 

Tax Rate— State, 25c. on $100 and $2.00 
or: poll; schools, 18c and $1.00 on poll. 
Ponded debt, $60,000; interest on debt, 
$,.',600. 

I'nl. lie Roads— Worked by Old State Law. 

We have no County Home, paupers are 
allowed so much by commissioners and on 
this allowance they live outside of any 
County Home. 

ORANGE. 

County Seat, Hillsboro. 

Clerk of the Court — Charles Strayhorn, 

Sheriff— S. W. Andrews Hillsboro. 

Register of Deeds — John Laws, Hillsboro. 

Treasurer — H. L. Parish, Hillsboro. 

Surveyor — James O. Webb, Hillsboro. 

Co. Attorney— S. M. Gattis, Hillsboro. 

Co. Supt. Health— C. D. Jones, Hills- 
boro. 

Supt. Co. Home— R. D. Bain, Efland. 

Co. Supt, of Schools— P. W. Andrews, 
Hillsboro. 

Board of Education— J. P. Lockhart, 
(chm.), Hillsboro; S. T. Forrest, Efland; 
George C. Pickard, Chapel Hill. 

Co. Commissioners — I. D. Webb, (chm.), 
Chapel Hill; W. R. Lloyd, Chapel Hill; C. 
E. Wilson, Hillsboro, R. F. D. No. 1. 

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— Countv, 23 2-3c on $100 and 
38e. poll; roads, 25c; 30c on $100. Float- 
ing debt about $2,700. 

Public Roads — Special road tax for Hills- 
boro township. Commissioners: I. N. Webb, 
Hillsboro; H. H. Thompson, Hillsboro; 
Wm. Strain, Hillsboro. 

PAMLICO. 

County Seat, Bayboro. 
Clerk of the Court— Geo. T. Farnell, 
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Sheriff — Geo. R. Brinson, Bairds Creek. 

Register of Deeds — E. C. Ross, Bayboro. 

Treasurer — C. S. Weskett, Bayboro. 

Coroner — R. M. Daniels, Stonewall. 

Surveyor — John P. Tingle, Grantsboro. 

Co. Supt. Health— D. A. Dees, Bayboro. 

Supt. Co. Home — George W. Reel, Bay- 
boro. 

Co. Supt. Schools — V. C. Daniels, Orien- 
tal. 

Co. Board of Education — James Potter, 
(chm.). Lowland; B. F. McCotter, Alliance; 
H. L. Gibbs, Oriental. 

Co. Commissioners — A. B. Campen, Alli- 
ance; Paul Woodard, Whortonsville; Benja- 
min Potter, Cash Corner. 

Co. Board of Elections — D. B. Hooker, 
Bayboro; J. L. Riggs, Bayboro; C. A. 
Flowers, Vandemere. 

No. Schools— White, 22; colored, 12. 

Tax Rate— County, whole rate $1.01 2-3 
on $100. 

Public Roads— Worked by Law of 1907. 
No. miles, ISO. E. A. Haugh, Supt., Bay- 
boro. 

PASQUOTANK. 

County Seat, Elizabeth City. 

Clerk of the Court— W. H. Jennings, 
Elizabeth City. 

Sheriff— Charles Reid, Elizabeth City. 

Register of Deeds — J. C. Spence, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Treasurer — James P. Thompson, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Coroner — I. Fearing, Elizabeth City. 

Surveyor — J. J. Morris, Elizabeth City. 

Standard - Keeper — J. M. Bright, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Co. Supt. Health — J. B. Griggs, Elizabeth 
City. 

Supt. of Co. Home — Samuel Jarvis, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Co. Supt. Schools— G. R. Little, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Co. Board of Education — A. L. Pendle- 
ton, (chm.), Elizabeth City; W. A. Foster, 
R. F. D. No. 4, Elizabeth City; J. C. 
James, Jr., R. F. D. No. 1, Weeksville. 

Co. Commissioners — Geo. M. Scott, 
(chm.), Elizabeth City; Elihu Onley, Eliza- 
beth City, R. F. D. No. 5; Geo. D. Sher- 
lock, Elizabeth City, R. F. D. No. 1; W. 
P. Williams, Elizabeth City, R. F. D. 
No. 6; N. G. Grandy, Elizabeth City. 

Co. Board of Elections — M. B. Sawyer, 
(chm.), Elizabeth City; A. L. Pendleton, 
J. P. Overman. Elizabeth City. 

No. Schools— White, 51; colored, 16. 

Tax Rate— County, 32c. on $100 and 38c. 
poll. Floating debt, $500. 

Public Roads — J. W. Scarborough, Eliza- 
beth City, Supt. Worked by Law of 1905. 
Convict system. 

PENDER. 

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 — W. H. Peden, Rocky Point. 

Supt. Co. Home— D. C. Barnhill, Bur- 
feiw. 

Co. Supt. Schools— Rev. G. H. Utley, 
Burgaw. 

Board of Education — R. K. Bryan, (chm.), 
Scotts Hill; A. L. Bo>ven, Burgaw; D. J. 
Corbett, Jr., Currie. 

Co. Commissioners ■ — F. P. Flynn, 
(chm.), Berta; George J. Moore, Atkinson; 
\V. A. Brown, Rockv Point. 

Co. Board of Elections— J. T. Bland, 
(chm.), Burgaw; E. M. Johnston, Willard; 
T. J. Armstrong, Rocky 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. 

PERQUIMANS. 

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. 

Surveyor — David Cox, Hertford. 

Standard-Keeper — James A. Keenan, Hert- 
ford. 

Supt. of Health— T. S. McMullan, Hert- 
ford. 

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, Belvidere; J. C. 
Blanchard, Hertford. 

Co. Board of Election— T. S. White, R. 
A. Brim, Geo. W. Barrow, Hertford. 

Co. Commissioners — C. \V. Morgan, 
(chm.), Hertford; T. J. Long, Hertford; 
J. H. Miller, Hertford; L. B. Perry Dur- 
rants Neck; E. D. Winslow, Hertford. 

No. Schools— White, 29; colored, 20. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100; 
State, 21c. ; schools, ISc. ; special county, 
3 l-2c. ; pension, 4c. on $100. 

Public Roads— Worked by Old State Law. 
Geo. D. Newby, Chm. Bd. of Supervisors. 
No. miles, 400. 

PERSON. 

County Seat, Roxboro. 

Clerk of the Court— D. W. Bradsher, 
Roxboro. 

Sheriff— T. D. Winstead, Roxboro. 

Register of Deeds— W. E. Webb, Rox- 
boro. 

Surveyor— R. L.« Chappell, Roxboro. 

Coroner — Jno. R. Hamlin. 

Supt. Health— W. A. Bradsher, Roxboro. 

Supt. Co. Home — Samuel Morris, Rox- 
boro. 

Co. Supt. Schools— G. F. Holloway, Rox- 
boro. 

Board of Education— W. A. Bradsher, 
(chm.), Roxboro; C. A. Whitefleld, Vir- 



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gilina, Va. ; W. A. Malone, Moriah. 

Co. Commissioners — E. B. Reade, Rox- 
boro; J. P. Wade, Roxboro, R. F. D. ; R. 
H. Bailey, (chm.), Woodsdale. 

Co. Board Elections— Jno. A. Noell, 
(chm.), Roxboro; O. D. Bailey, Woods- 
dale, R. 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 45c. poll; debt, 
5c. and 15c. poll. Bonded debt, $20,000. 

Public Roads— R. S. Hall, Roxboro, 
Supt. Worked by Special Law. No. miles, 
400. Convicts used. Iron bridges, 2. 

PITT. 

County Seat, Greenville. 

Clerk of the Court— D. C. Moore, Green- 
ville. 

Sheriff— L. W. Tucker, Greenville. 

Register of Deeds— W. M. Moore, Green- 
ville. 

Treasurer— Sam' 1 T. White, Greenville. 

Coroner— Dr. C. O'H. Laughinghouse, 
Greenville. 

Surveyor — R. F. Jenkins, Grifton. 

Standard-Keeper— J. L. Hobgood, Green- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. of Health— J. E. Nobles, Green- 
ville. 

Supt. Co. Home — A. L. Tucker, Green- 
ville. 

Public Administrator — Jesse Cannon, Ay- 
den. 

Co. Supt. Schools— W. H. Ragsdale, 
Greenville. 

Board of Education — A. G. Cox, (chm. - ), 
Winterville; L. C. Arthur, Greenville; M. 
O. Blount, Bethel. 

Co. Commissioners — J. P. Quinerly, 
(chm.), Grifton; D. J. Holland, Conetoe; 
Noah T. Cox, Shelmerdine; A. V. Lang, 
Fountain; J. J. May, Winterville. 

Co. Board of Elections— H. A. Whit", 
(chm.), Greenville; J. S. Smith, Green- 
ville; G. W. Prescott, Ayden. 

No. Schools— White, 80; colored, 51. 

Tax Rate— County, 20 1-3 on $100; 12c. 
for roads; 3 l-3c. -for bonds; poll tax, $2.00. 

Public Roads — Joseph McLawhorn, Ay- 
den, Supt. Worked by Old State Law. 

POLK. 

County Seat, Columbus. 

Clerk of the Court— S. B. Edwards, Co- 
lumbus. 

Sheriff— A. L. Hill, Tryon. 

Register of Deeds — F. M. Burgess, Co- 
lumbus. 

Treasurer — H. P. Arledge, Millspring. 

Surveyor — J. E. Gibbs, Millspring. 

Supt. of Health— Roy Engle, 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 — J. R. Foster, Tryon. 

Co. Commissioners — C. A. Carson, 
(chm.), Columbus; D. E. Conner, Tryon; 
J. L. Jackson, Myer. 

Co. Board of Elections — N. I. Mills, 



(chm.), Columbus; G. W. Pearson, Saluda; 
T. E. Pace, Fishtop. 

Public Roads — Worked in part by labor 
and taxation, 15c. on $100. No. miles, 
about 225. 

RANDOLPH. 

County Seat, Asheboro. 

Clerk of the Court— W. C. Hammond, 
Asheboro. 

Sheriff — S. L. Haywjrth, Asheboro. 

Register of Deeds— G. T. Murdock, Ashe- 
boro. 

Treasurer — B. F. Newby, Asheboro. 

Coroner — Dr. D. L. Fox, Randleman. 

Survevor— H. A. Albright, Moftt. 

Co. Supt. Health— Dr. S. A. Henley, 
Asheboro. 

Supt. Co. Home— W. J. Delk, Bulla. 

Public Administrator — S. W. Laughlin, 
Asheboro. 

Co. Supt. Schools — E. J. Coletrane, Ashe- 
boro. 

Board of Education— W. N. Elder, 
(chm.), Trinity; I. F. Craven, Ramseur. 

Co. Commissioners — J. W. Cox, (chm.), 
Staley; W. J. Armfield, Jr., Ashboro; A. N. 
Bulla, Randleman. 

Co. Board Elections — Z. F. Rush, (chm.), 
Asheboro; Troy Bedding, Hoyle; Seth W. 
Laughlin, Asheboro. 

No. Schools— White, 102; Colored, 22. 

Tax Rate— County, ?3 2-3c. on $100; 
roads, 8 l-3c. ; State, 25c; schools, 18c. 

Public Roads— W. M. Cheek, Supt. Con- 
vict labor used. Iron bridges, 5. 

RICHMOND. 

County Seat, Rockingham. 

CL rk 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, Rockingham. 

Standard-Keeper — A. B. Nicholson, Rock- 
ingham. 

Co. Attorney — W. S. Thomas, Rocking- 
ham. 

Co. Supt. of Health— L. D. McPhail, Rock- 
ingham. 

Co. Supt. Schools— W. R. Coppedge, 
Rockingham. 

Co. Board of Education — Stephen Wall, 
(chm.), Rockingham; A. II. McDonald, 
Hoffman; D. A. Parsons, Covington. 

Co. Commissioners — W. M. Covington, 
(chm.), Rockingham; N. D. McDonald, 
Hamlet; A. T. White, Bostick's Mills; J. 
F. Diggs, Rockingham; N. G. Nicholson, 
Powelton. 

Co. Board of Elections — A. Baldwin, Cov- 
ington; W. Steele Lowdermilk, (chm.), 
Rockingham, R. F. D. No. 1; J. M. Smith, 
Rockingham. 

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. 

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Townships worked by taxation, balance of 
count}' by Old State Law. No. miles, 250. 
Supervisors, S. R. Mcintosh, Rockingham - 
B. Grant, Pegues. 

ROBESON. 

County Seat, Lumberton. 

Clerk of the Court— W. H. Humphrey, 
Lumberton. 

Sheriff— E. C. McNeill, Lumberton. 

Register of Deeds — Thos. N. Higlcy, 
Lumberton. 

Treasurer — M. G. McKenzie, Lumberton. 

Coroner — George E. Rancke, Lumberton. 

Co. Attorney — E. J. Britt, Lumberton. 

Standard-keeper — Dan. B- McNeill, Lum- 
berton. 

Co. Supt. Health— H. T. Pope, Lumber- 
ton. 

Supt. Co. Home — W. G. Reynolds, Lum- 
berton. 

Co. Supt. Schools— J. R. Pocle, Lumber- 
ton. 

Co. Board Education — Lucius McRae, Red 
Springs; L. R. Hamer, Raynham; M. Shep- 
herd, Orrum. 

Co. Commissioners — J. W. Carter, (chm.), 
i 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, 81; Colored, 63; In- 
dians, 25. 

Tax Rate— State, 25c. ; county, 20c. ; 
schools, 18c. ; roads, 25c. ; poll, $2.64. 

Public Roads — Worked by taxation. A. E. 
White, W. H. Graham, H. C. McNair, Su- 
pervisors. Two iron bridges. 

ROCKINGHAM. 

Countv Seat, Wentworth. 

Clerk of the Court— Jas. T. Smith, Went- 
worth. 

Sheriff— H. A. Clark, Reidsville. 

Register of Deeds— J. T. Holland, Went- 
worth. 

Treasurer — H. A. Clark, Reidsville. 

Coroner — W. T. Robertson, Reidsville. 

Survevor — S. B. Dameron, Reidsville. 

Co. Attorney— J. T. Pannill, Wentworth. 

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. Williams, Summer-field, R. F. D. 

Co. Commissioners — J. A. Benton, (chm. - ), 
Ruffin; J. W. Dameron, Reidsville; J. M. 
Jones, Benaja, R. F. D. ; J. H. Glenn, Stone- 
ville; A. L. French, Byrdville, Va., R. F. D. 

Board of Elections — Lawrence McRae, 
(chm.), Spray; R. W. Morphis, Reidsville; 
Gilliam Grissom, Spray. 

No. Schools— White, 78; colored, 41. 

Tax Rate— School, 25c. on $100; road, 30c. 
on $100; county, 25c. on $100 and 55c. on 
poll; State and Pension, 25c. on $100. 
Bonded debt, $5,700. Notes, $10,000 for new 
court house. 



Public Roads— George Estes, Reidsville, 
No. 4, Supt. Worked partly by labor and 
partly by taxation; total last year, $27,- 
449.85. Bridges, etc., repaired out of gen- 
eral fund. Miles improved, 200. Convicts 
used. No. iron bridges, 11. 
ROWAN. 
County Seat, Salisbury. 

Clerk of the Court— J. Frank McCub- 
bins, Salisbury. 

Sheriff — J. H. McKenzie, Salisbury. 

Register of Deeds — E. H. Miller, Salis- 
bury. 

Treasurer — J. R. Nicholas, Salisbury. 

Coroner — E. Rose CVarsett, Salisbury. 

Surveyor — C. M. Miller. Salisbury. 

Standard Keeper — C. II. Swink, Salis- 
bury. 

Co. Attorney — T. C. Linn, Salisbury. 

Co. Supt. Health— I. H. Foust, Salis- 
bury. 

Supt. Co. Home — Mrs. Chas. Patterson, 
Salisbury. 

Public Administrator — John J. Stewart, 
Salisbury. 

Co. Supt. Schools— R. G. Kizer, Salis- 
bury. 

Board of Education — C. B. Miller (chm.), 
China Grove; J. S. Hmderson, Salisbury; 
P. A. Sloop, China Grove. 

Co. Commissioners — P. B. Beard, (chm)., 
Salisbury; R. B. Peeler, Granite Quarrv; 
W. P. Barber, Barber; W. L. Harris, Sal- 
isbury; P. A. Hartman, Salisbury. 

Co. Board of Elections — E. C. Gregory, 
(chm.), Salisbury; W. T. Gheen, Salisbury, 
R. F. D. No. 7; J. C. Deaton, Landis. 

Tax Rate— County, 20c. on $100 and $1.50 
poll; roads, 25c. on $100; county bonds, 2c. 
on *100; pensions on poll, 12c; support of 
poor, 33c. Debt, $25,000. 

Public Roads — P. A. Hartman, Salisbury, 
Supt. Worked by special law. No. miles, 275 
to 300; crushed stone, 10; improved, 100. 
Convicts used. Macadam, 60 miles, cost per 
mile, $3,000. 

RUTHERFORD. 
Count}'- Seat, Rutherfordton. 

Clerk of the Court — M. O. Dickerson, 
Rutherfordton. 

Sheriff — C. E. Tanner, Rutherfordton. 

Register of Deeds— J. D. Hull, Ruther- 
fordton. 

Treasurer— A. R. Yelton, Ruther- 

fordton. 

Coroner— T. B. Bland, Cliffside. 

Survevor — Marion G. Crow, Gambles 
Store. 

Co. Supt. Health— E. B. Harris, Ruth- 
erfordton. 

Supt. Co. Home — J. N. Jones, Ruther- 
fordton. 

Co. Supt. Schools — B. II. Bridges, Forest 
City. 

Co. Board Education— J. F. Flack. Ruth- 
erfordton; G. W. Long, Bostic, R. F. D. 
No. 1; G. E. Young, Forest City. 

Co. Commissioners — J. P. Jones, (chm.), 
Rutherfordton; E. N. Washburn, Bostic; 
Richard Ledbetler, Ayr. 

Co. Board of Elections — R. L. Hampton, 
(chm.), Rutherfordton; J. M. Carson, 



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Rutherfordton; L. L. Allen, Rutherfordton. 

Tax Rate — State and county and special, 
$1.17 on $100. Bonded debt, $167,000. Float- 
ing debt, $20,000. 

Public Roads— J. T. Fortune, Forest City, 
Supt. Worker by Special Act of 1907. No. 
iron bridges, 17. 

SAMPSON. 
County Seat, Clinton. 

Clerk of the Court— W. F. Sessoms, Clin- 
ton. 

Sheriff— Duncan C. McPhail, Clinton, R. 
F. D. 

Register of Deeds— Hinton Maxwell, Clin- 
ton. 

Treasurer— Thomas. E. Owens, Clinton. 

Coroner— J. P. Parker, Clinton. 

Surveyor— Arthul Lee, Newton Grove. 

Standard-Keeper— Charles Crumpler, Clin- 
ton. 

Co. Attorney— Cyrus M. Faircloth, Clin- 
ton. 

Co. Supt. of Health— Frank H. Holmes, 
Clinton. 

Supt. of Home— Edward Lewis, Clinton. 

Co. Supt. Schools— L. L. Matthews, Clin 
ton. 

Co. Board of Education— A. F. Johnson, 
(chm.), Clinton; W. \. Bizzell, Newton 
Grove; C. E. Daniel, Turkey. 

Co. Commissioners— John R. Peterson, 
(chm.), Clinton; I. L. Jackson, Dunn, R. 
F. D. ; Wm. J. Faircloth, Autryville. 

Co. Board of Elections— A. McL. Graham, 
(chm.), Clinton; M. J. Newman, Clinton, 
R. F. D. ; Fleet Rose Cooper, Clinton. 

No. Schools— White, 92; colored, 53. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 l-2c. on $100; 
special county road tax, 3 l-2c. on $100. 
Bonded debt, $25,000. 

Public Roads— Evander Howard, Clinton, 
Supt. Worked under Special Tax Law, 
1907. 

SCOTLAND. 

County Seat, Laurinburg. 

Clerk of the Court— Hampton H. Cov- 
ington, Laurinburg. 

Sheriff— W. D. McLaurin, Laurinburg. 

Ri gister of Deeds— J. D. McDonald, Lau- 
rinburg. 

Treasurer— W. D. McLaurin, Laurinburg. 

Coroner— J. R. Jordan, Laurinburg. 

Surveyor— J. A. McNeill, Old Hundred. 

Standard-Keeper— J. M. Paylor, Laurin- 
burg. 

Co. Attorney— M. L. John, Laurinburg. 

Co. Supt. Health— K. A. Blue, Laurin- 
burg. 

Co. Supt. Schools— L. M. Blue, Gibson. 

Co. Board of Education— W. T. Pate, 
Gibson; D. C. Lytch, Laurinburg; A. F. 
Patterson, Laurel Hill. 

Co. Board of Elections— A. E. Shaw, 
Laurinburg, R. F. D. ; J. P. McLean, Lau- 
rinburg. 

Co. Commissioners— W. G. Buie, (chm.), 
Fontcol; D. C. McNeill, Laurinburg; W. F. 
Parker, Gibson. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
38c. poll; special, 16c. and 25c. poll; roads, 



25c. and 60c. poll. Bonded debt, $25,000. 
Floating debt, $2,000. 

Public Roads— S. E. Gibson, Gibson, 
Supt. Worked by taxation. 

STANLY. 

County Seat, Albemarle. 

Clerk of the Court— A. P. Harris, Albe- 
marle. 

Sheriff— S. R. Green, Albemarle. 

Register of Deeds — W. B. Moose, Albe- 
marle. 

Treasurer — W. A. Tucker, Albemarle. 

Coroner — Martin Poplin, Albemarle. 

Surveyor — Charlie Howard, Bridgeport. 

Standard-Keeper— S. Austin, Albemarle. 

Supt. Co. Home— W. J. Underwood, Albe- 
marle. 

Co. Supt. Schools— E. F. Eddins, Palmer- 
ville. 

Co. Board of Education— Dr. T. A. Hatch- 
cock, (chm.), Norwood; D. P. Whitley, 
Millingport; J. M. Hartsell, Leo. 

Co. Commissioners — A. A. Thompson, 
(chm.), Cottonville; J. M. Lambert, Mis- 
sion; J. S. Misenheimer, Dowd. 

Co. Board Elections— M. E. Blalock, Nor- 
wood; R. E. Austin, Albemarle; Z. B. San- 
ders, Albemarle. 

No. Schools — White, 63; colored, 10. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. en $100; spe- 
cial, 25c. and $1.50 poll. Bonded debt, 
$105,400. 

Public Roads— Worked by New State Law. 
No. miles, 400. 

STOKES. 

County Seat, Danbury. 

Clerk of the Court— M. T. Chilton, Dan- 
bury. 

Sheriff— Charles M. Jones, Danbury. 

Register of Deeds— Dr. W. C. Slate, 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. O. Petree, Danbury. 

Co. Supt. Health— J. Walter Neal, Mead- 
ows. 

Supt. of Co. Home— Y. S. Smith, Mead- 
ows, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Co. Supt. Schools— J. T. Smith, Danbury. 

Co. Board of Education— R. E. Smith, 
(chm.). Francisco, R. F. D. No. 2; E. 
Fulp, Walnut Cove; C. A. Mitchell, Dil- 
lard. 

' Co. Commissioners— J. W. Gann, (chm.), 
Madison, R. F. D. No. 3; T. M. Lawson, 
Pinnacle, R. F. D. No. 2; J. P. Smith, Miz- 
pah, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Co. Board of Elections— Dr. J. H. El- 
lington, (chm.), Sandy Ridge; J. F. 
Smith, Meadows, No. 1; H. M. Joyce, Dan- 
biirv. 

No. Schools— White, 65; colored, 13. 

Tax Rate— County, z3 2-3c. on $100 and 
38c. poll. Special county, 25c: on $100 
and 75e. on poll; 6c. on $100 special 
school. 

Public Roads— Worked by Old State Law. 
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SURRY. 

County Seat, Dobson. 

Clerk of the Court— W. \V. Hampton, 
Dobson. 

Sheriff— C. H. Haynes, Mt. Airy. 

Treasurer — J. W. Redman, Pilot Moun- 
tain. 

Register of Deeds — Vestal Taylor, Dob- 
son. 

Coroner — W. T. Marion, White Plains, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Surveyor — J. T. Riggan, Dobson. 

Standard-Keeper — J. F. Nance, Dobson. 

Co. Supt. Health— J)hn R. Woitz, Dob- 
son. 

Supt. Co. Home — J. W. Norman, Dobson. 

Co. Supt. Schools— J. H. Allen, Elkin. 

Board of Education — J. S. Atkinson, El- 
kin; B. J. Snow. Elkin, R. F. D. ; G. C. 
Welch, (chm.), Mt. Airv. 

Co. Board of Elections— T. W. Folger, 
(chm.), Dobson; J. W. Lovill, Mt. Airy; C. 
C. Holyfield, Dobson, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Co. Commissioners — W. H. Wolfe, (chm.), 
Roaring Gap; J. A. Tesh, Mt. Airy; N. D. 
S. Hill, Brim. 

No. Schools— White, 62; Colored, 9. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100. 

Public Roads— N. T. Hutchens, Supt. 
Worked by Old State Law and taxation. 
Spent out of general fund, $100. Improved 
road, 50 miles. No. iron bridges, 5. 

SWAIN. 

County Seat, Brvson City. 

Clerk of the Court— O." P. Williams, Bry- 
son City. 

Sheriff — R. J. Roane, Bryson City. 

Register of Deeds — W. L. Francis, Bry- 
son City. 

Treasurer — J. S. Stanberry, Almond. 

Surveyor — S. B. Smiley, Almond. 

Coroner — R. L. Davis, Bryson City. 

Co. Attorney — T. G. Pickelsimer, " Bryson 
city. 

Co. Supt. .Health— Dr. A. M. Bennett, 
Bryson City. 

Co. Supt. Schools— D. A. Randolph, Al- 
mond. 

Co. Board of Education— W. T. Conley, 
(chm.), Bryson City; R. T. Cuningham, 
Needmore; J. H. Teague, Whittier. 

Co. Commissioners — J. L. Gibson, Bryson 
City; T. H. Parrish, (chm.), Whittier; W. 
C. Welch, Bushnell. 

Co. Board of Elections — A. M. Fry, 
(chm.), Brvson City; J. C. Randall, Bryson 
City; J. J. Enloe, Seph. 

No. Schools — White, 3S; colored, 1; In- 
dian, 1. 

Tax Rate — County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
38c. poll; debt, 23 l-3c. on $100 and 70c. 
poll. Bonded debt, $15,000; interest, $900. 

TRANSYLVANIA. 

Countv Seat, Brevard. 

Clerk of the" Court— T. T. Loftis, Bre- 
vard. 

Sheriff — C. C. Kilpatnck, Brevard. 

Register of Deeds — B. A. Gillespie, Bre- 
vard. 

Treasurer — Z. W. Nichols, Brevard. 



Coroner— Dr. W. J. Wallis, Brevard. 

Surveyor — A. L. Hardin Brevard. 

Co. Attorneys — Gash & Galloway, Brevard. 

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 — W. M. Henry, (chm.), 
Brevard; G. T. Lyday, Penrose; W. E. 
Galloway, Rosman. 

Co. Board of Elections— W. H. Duck- 
worth, E. S. English, T. T. Patton, Bre- 
vard. 

Tax Rate— State, 21c; Pension, 4c; Con- 
tingent, 15c ; Special, 5c ; Bridge, 4c. ; 
Railroad, 20c. ; Pauper, 4 2-3c ; Road, 20c. ; 
Poll, $2.18. 

Public Roads — Worked by taxation. 
Bridge fund provided. No. miles, 500. Im- 
proved, 50. 

TYRRELL. 
County Seat, Columbia. 

Clerk of the Court— W. M. Brickhouse, 
Columbia. 

Sheriff— F. L. W. Cahoon, Columbia. 

Treasurer— H. W. MeClees, Columbia. 

Coroner — Dr. J. L. Spruill, Columbia. 

Register of Deeds — T. W. Jones, Colum- 
bia. 

Surveyor — C. W. Tatem, Columbia. 

Supt. Co. Home — W. H. Guirkin, Colum- 
bia. 

Co. Supt. Schools— R. H. Spruill, Colum- 
bia. 

Supt. Public Health— Dr. W. W. Stan- 
cell, Columbia. 

Board of Education — H. T. Davenport, 
Columbia, R. F. D. No. 1; D. C. Sawyer, 
Gum Neck; A. L. Walker, Columbia. 

Co. Commissioners — J. B. Combs, Colum- 
bia; Enoch Bateman, Columbia; C. C. Bas- 
night, Gudger; J. W. Cahoon, Gum Neck; 
W. II. Woodley, Creswell. 

Co. Board of Elections — J. J. MeClees, 
Columbia; M. B. Bazemore, Columbia; S. 
J. Holloway, Columbia. 

No. Schools— White, 27; colored, P. 

Tax Rate— County. 23 2-3 on $100; special 
county, 15c. on $100; school, 33 l-3c. on 
$100; State, 25c. on $100; total, 96 2-3c. 
on $100. 

Public Roads— AVorked by Old State Law. 
No. miles, 150. 

UNION. 
County Seat, Monroe. 

Clerk of the Court — 0. A. Houston, Mon- 
roe. 

Sheriff — John Griffith, Monroe. 

Register of Deeds — J. E. Stewart, Mon- 
roe. 

Treasurer — Geo. M. Laney, Monroe. 

Coroner — J. C. Plyler, Waxhaw. 

Survevor— R. W. Elliott, Monroe, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Standard-Keeper— W. I,. Wolfe, Monroe. 

Co. Attorneys — Adams, Jerome & Arm- 
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Co. Supt. Health— U. D. Stewart, Mon- 
roe. 

Supt. Co. Home— W. T. Stewart, Mon- 
roe. 

Co. Supt. Schools— R. N. Nesbit, Monroe. 

Board of Education— J. W. Ashcroft, 
(chm.), Monroe; J. A. Marsh, Marsh ville; 
J. E. Brown, Indian Trail. 

Co. Commissioners — H. T. Baucom, 
(chin.), Olive Branch; T. J. Jordan, Mon- 
roe; \V. G. Long, Unionville. 

Co. Board of Elections— I. A. Clontz, 
Unionville, R. F. D. No. 2; Walter Love, 
Monroe; C. N. Simpson, 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 Seat, Henderson. 

Clerk of the Court — Henry Perry, Hen- 
derson. 

Register of Deeds— K. W. Edwards, Hen- 
derson. 

Sheriff— Jos. S. Royster, Henderson. 

Treasurer— W. E. Gary, Henderson. 

Surveyor— Thos. Taylor, Townsville. 

Co. Attorney— 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; J. U Fleming, Dabney; 
H. T. Shanks, Williamsboro. 

Co. Supt. Schools— Joseph C. Kittrell, 
Henderson. 

Co. Commissioners — Jas. Amos, Hender- 
son; J. S. Capps, Dabnev; J. K. Plummer, 
Middleburg; T. H. Crudup, Kittrell; W. B. 
Daniel, Epsom. 

Co. Board of Elections— T. M. Pittman, 
(chm.), Henderson; W. II. Smith, Kittrell; 
R. F. D. No. 1; G. A. Kittrell, Kittrell. 

No. Schools— White, 26; colored, 24. 

Tax Rate— County, 66 2-3c. on $100. 

Public Roads— J. Y. Swain, Supt., Hen- 
derson. Worked by taxation, 15c. on $100; 
45c. on poll. 

WAKE. 

County Seat, Raleigh. 

Clerk of the Court— Wm. M. Russ, Ral- 
eigh. 

Sheriff— Joseph H. Sears, Raleigh. 

Register of Deeds— J. J. Bernard. Raleigh. 

Treasurer— L. B. Pegram, Raleigh. 

Coroner— C. A. Separk, Raleigh. 

Surveyor— W. P. Massey, Neuse, No. I. 

Standard-Keeper— F. H. "Lumsden, Raleigh. 

Co. Attorney— Bart M. Catling, Raleigh. 

Co. Supt. Health— J. W. McGee, Jr., Ral- 
eigh. 

Supt. Co. Home— A. A. Rowland, Ral- 
eigh. 

Public Administrator — Leo. D. Heartt, 
Raleigh. 



Co. Supt. Schools— Z. V. Judd, Raleigh. 

Co. Board of Education— L. J. Sears, 
(chm.), Apex; J. W. Bailey, Raleigh; Dr. 
M. C. Chamblee, Wakefield. 

Co. Commissioners— D. T. Johnson, 
Raleigh; W. C. Brewer, (chm.), Wake For- 
est; D. Bryant Harrison, Ralngh, No. 2; 
A. Tinner Smith, Willow Springs, No. 1; 
W. M. Yates, Apex, No. 1. 

Co. Board of Elections— Dr. J. J. L. Me- 
ddlers, (chm.), McCullers; Nick Deboy, 
Raleigh; Jno. Nichols, (sec), Raleigh. 

No. Schools— White, 90; colored, 60. 

Tax Rate — General county rate: State, 
25c; County, 20c; School, 18c; Road, 15c; 
total, 78c Raleigh township: Graded 
Schools, 20c ; School Bonds, 2c. ; Railroad 
Bonds, lc. ; general total, $1.01. 

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. 

Register 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, Ridgewav. 

Co. Board of Education— \V. E. Davis, 

(chm.), Creek; W. T. Carter, Yaughan; 
\\ . A. Burwell, Warrenton. 

Co. Commissioners— J. T. Mills, Manson; 
Walter Allen, Axtel; W. G. Rogers, War- 
renton; C. G. Moon, Littleton; Peter M. 
Stallings, Fitts. 

Co. Board of Elections— J. D. Newell, 
Oakville; H. B. Hunter, Afton; N. M. 
Jones, Vicksboro. 

No. Schools— White, 31 ; colored, 45. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c on $100 and 
$2.75 poll; bridges and roads, 25c and 
75c. poll. 

Public Roads— Ellis Green, Superintend- 
ent. Worked by labor and taxation. Con- 
victs can be used. No. miles, 650; im- 
proved by gravel, 50; otherwise improved, 
150. 

WASHINGTON. 

County Seat, Plvmouth. 

Clerk of the Court— C." V. W. Ausbon, 
Plvmouth. 

Sheriff— J. T. McAlister, Roper. 

Register of Deeds— F. R. Johnston, Ply- 
mouth. 

Treasurer— C. Latham. Plymouth. 

Standard-Keeper— J. M. Arps, Plvmouth. 

Co. Supt. Health— W. H. Ward, Ply- 
mouth. 

Supt. Co. Home— H. Gurkin, Plymouth. 

Co. Supt. Schools— Clinton J. Everett, 
Plymouth. 

Board of Education — C. J. Tjiman, 
Plymouth; Dr. W. H. Hardison, (chm.), 
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Co. Commissioners — A. W. Snell, (chm.), 
Plymouth; O. G. Spencer, Roper; W. T. 
Phelps, Creswell. 

Co. Board of Elections— A. D. Snell, 
Mackeys Ferry; S. B. Spruill, Plymouth; 
Win. Wiley, Creswell. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
40c. on poll. No. iron bridges, 2. 

No. Schools — White, 27; colored, 18. 

WATAUGA. 

County Seat, Boone. 

Clerk of the Court— Thomas Bingham, 
Boone. 

Sheriff— David C. Ragan, Moretz, R. 
F. D. 

Register of Deeds — Roy Gragg, Boone. 

Treasurer— W. N. Thomas, Tracy. 

Coroner — Sim Penley. 

Surveyor — Larkin Trivett, Boone. 

Standard-Keeper— J. G. Vannoy, Boone. 

Co. Supt. Health— Dr. Joseph W. Hodges, 
Boone. 

Supt. Co. Home— Jesse II. 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 — Thos. L. Day, Deer- 
field; E. R. Eggers, Sweetwater; L. A. 
Greene, (chm.), Norris. 

Co. Board of Elections— J. M. Morezt, 
(chm.), Boone; W. F. Sherwood, Amantha; 
G. W. Robbins, Shulls Mills. 

No. Schools — White, 70; colored, 4. 

Tax Rate— County, 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
38c. poll. Floating debt, court house bonds, 
$1 0,000. 

WAYNE. 

County Seat, Goldsboro. 

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. Attorney— M. T. Dickinson, Golds- 
boro. 

Co. Supt. Health— Dr. T. L. Ginn, Golds- 
boro. 

Supt. Co. Home— E. D. Williams, Pike- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. Schools— E. T. Atkinson, Golds- 
boro. 

Board of Education— Jos. E. Robinson, 
(chm.), Goldsboro; Barnes Ay cock, Fre- 
mont; W. F. English, Mt. Olive 

Board of Elections— H. B. Parker, Jr., 
(chm.), Goldsboro; Barnes Aycock, Fre- 
mont ; Steven Homes, Goldsboro. 

( o. Commissioners — W. li. Hollowell, 
(chm.), Goldsboro; B. A. Parks, Aaron; 
I). II. Overman, Goldsboro; E. Aycock, 
Pikevlle; J. R. Murvin, Seven Springs. 

No. Schools— White, 71; 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. 

WILKES. 

County Seat, Wilkesboro. 

Clerk of the Court— C. H. Somers, Wilkcs- 
boro. 

Sheriff— P. E. Brown, Wilkesboro. 

Register of Deeds — O. F. Blevins, Wilkes- 
boro. 

Treasurer — P. E. Brown, Wiikesboro. 

Coroner — Win. Sebastian, North Wilkes- 
boro. 

Co. Attorneys— Benbow and Caviness, 
Wilkesboro. 

Surveyor — G. Grant EHedge, Hay- 
meadow. 

Co. Supt. Health— Dr. J. Q. Myers, North 
VVilki sboro. 

< o. Supt. Schools— C. C. Wright, Hunting 
Creek. 

Co. Entry Taker— C. U. Davis, Wilkes- 
boro. 

Co. Board of Education— R. A. Spain- 
hour, (chm.), Wilkesboro; C. F. Fields, 
Elkin; V. McGhinnis, Boomer. 

Supt. Co. Home— J. N. Brooks, Fair- 
plains. 

Co. Commissioners— C. H. Col v a id, 
(chm.), Wilbar; Grant Hendren, Straw; 
Ambrose Brewer, Hayes. 

Co. Board of Elections— C. F. Mor- 
rison, (chm.), Wilkesboro; A. B. Williams, 
North Wilkesboro; C. U. Davis, Wilkesboro. 

No. Schools— White, 149; colored, 20. 

Tax Rate— Count v, 23 2-3c. on $100; bonds 
16 l-3c. on $100; poll, $2.21. Bonded debt, 
$57,000. Floating debt, $3,000. 

Public Roads— Worked by Old State Law. 
No. miles, 500; improved, 5. No. iron 
bridges, 7. 

WILSON. 

County Seat, Wilson. 

Clerk of the Court— S. G. Mewborn, 
Wilson. 

Sheriff— W. D. P. Sharp, Wilson. 

Register of Deeds— John R. Dildy, Wil- 
son. 

Treasurer — W. T. Faimer, Wilson. 

Coroner — Henry B. Best, Wilson. 

Surveyor— J. W. Tavlor, Elm City. 

Standard-Keeper— Eli Felton, Wilson. 

Co. Attorney— H. G. Connor, Jr., Wilson. 

Co. Supt. of Health— Dr. W. S. Anderson, 
Wilson. 

Supt. Co. Home— W. A. Stott, Wilson. 

Public Administrator— S. A. Woodard, 
Wilson. 

Co. Supt. Srhools— E. J Barnes, Wilson. 

Board of Education -Nathan Boss, (chm ), 
Black Creek, K. V. D. No. 1; R. T. Barnes, 
Taylors, K. F. D.; B. J. Thompson, Stan- 
tonsburg. 

Co. Commissioners — W. L. Banks, (chm ), 
\\ ilson; T. W. Williams, Elm Citj ; J. H. 
Forbes, Wilbanks; J. S. Tomlinson, Black 
( reek; John T. Revell, Kenly, R. F. l>. 
No. 2. 

Co. Board of Elections— O. P. Dicken- 



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son. Wilson; L. P. Woodard, Wilson, R. F. 
D. No. 4; W. G. Sharp, Elm City. 

No. Schools— White, 47; colored, 29. 

Tax Rate— Countv 23 2-3c. on $100 and 
$2.00 poll; roads, 15c. Bonded debt, $13,- 
000. 

Public Roads — John Herndon, Wilson, 
Supt. Worked by taxation. Convicts 
used. No. iron bridges, 3. 

YADKIN. 

County Seat, Yadkinville. 

Clerk of the Court— J. L. Crater, Yad- 
kinville. 

Sheriff— W. T. Fletcher, Siloam, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Register of Deeds— P. L. Wilhelm, East 
Bend. 

Treasurer — S. W. Vestal, Yadkinville. 

Coroner — R. W. Wooten, Yadkinville. 

Surveyor — Stephen Pardew, Buck Shoal. 

Standard-Keeper — T. L. Castevens, Boon- 
ville. 

Co. Attorney — Benbow & Hanes, Yadkin- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. of Health— S. L. Russell, Yad- 
kinville. 

Supt. Co. Home — R. W. Zacharv, Yadkin- 
vlile. 

Co. Supt. Schools — A. J. Martin, Benbow. 

Oo. Board of Education — J. A. Turner, 
Panther Creek: M. L. Woodhouse, Boon- 
ville; J. W. Pass, (chm.), Yadkinville. 

Co. Commissioners — M. M. Crumel, 
(chm.), Boonville; Isaac Shores, Yadkin- 
ville; A. M. Smitherman, Trocadia. 



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 Rate— 23 2-3c on $100 and 38c. poll. 

Public Roads — Worked by Old State Law. 
Spent out of general fund about $1,475. 
YANCEY. 

County Seat, Burnsville. 

Clerk of the Court — Jas. B. Hensley, 
Burnsville. 

Sheriff — J. M. Edwards, Cane River. 

Treasurer — W. T. Tomberlin, Swiss. 

Coroner — Dr. C. H. Morgan, Higgins. 

Survevor — J. R. Young, Celo. 

Co. Supt. Schools— G. P. Deyton, 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 — Jerry Hughes, (chm.), 
Micaville; B. T. Horton, Day Book; J. S. 
Huskins, Green Mountain. 

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 
hands. 



Practicing Attorneys in North Carolina. 



ALAMANCE. 

J. H. Vernon, Jr., E. S. W. Dameron, 
Jno. R. Hoffman, W. H. Carroll, Jno. M. 
Cook, Jas. W. Murray, Burlington; E. S. 
Parker, E. S. Parker, jr., J. A. Long, J. S. 
Cook, C. A. Hall, Heenan Hughes, J. El- 
mer Long, J. Adolphus Long, Graham. 

ALEXANDER. 

R. Z. Linney, J. H. Burke, R. B. Burke, 
J. L. Gwaltney, Taylorsville. 

ALLEGHANY. 

R. A. Doughton, Jno. M. Wagoner, Jno. 
C. Bower, Geo. Cheek, Sparta; W. C. 
Fields, Mouth of Wilson, Va. 

ANSON. 

H. H. McLendon, F. E. Thomas (Mc- 
Lenden & Thomas), L. D. Robinson, T. L. 
Caudle (Robinson & Caudle), F. J. Coxe, 
W. E. Brock (Coxe & Brock), John W. 
Gulledge, James A. Lockhart, John T. 
Bennett, R. T. Bennett, R. E. Little, H. 
S. Boggan, Frank Dunlap, F. W. Dunlap, 
Wadesboro. 

ASHE. 

G. L. Park, J. W. Todd, R. L. Ballou, 
T. C. Bowie, J. B. Council, J. R. Hen- 



derson, Jr., Jefferson; H. M. Wellborne, 
Transon. 

BEAUFORT 

Small, Mac-Lean & MacMullen, N. L. 
Simmons, H. C. Carter, Ward & Grimes, 
W. D. Grimes, W. C. Rodman, Nicholson 
& Daniel, Bragaw & Harding, J. C. Meek- 
ins, W. L. Vaughan, E. T. Stewart, Jr., 
Washington; Joe Lee, Belhaven; J. O. Bar- 
ber, H. M. Bonner, W. A. Thompson. 
Aurora. 

BERTIE. 

Francis D. Winston, James B. Martin, 
Walter R. Johnson, Moses B. Gillam, John 
H. Matthews, Edward S. Askew, Joseph H. 
Nowell, John W. Davenport, Windsor; W. 
C. Bell, Aulander. 

BLADEN. 

T. . A. Lyon, R. S. White, D. B. Sutton, 
Elizabetbtown. 

BRUNSWICK. 

E. H. Cranmer, R. W. Davis, C. Ed. 
Taylor, Southport. 

BUNCOMBE. 

Geo. H. Wright, Merrick & Barnard, M. 
; W. Brown, W. P. Brown, Frank Carter, 
i H. B. Carter, H. C. Chedister, Locke Craig, 



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Zeb Curtis, Davidson, Bourne & Parker, 
Donald Gillis, J. M. Gudger, J. M. Gud- 
ger, Jr., Jones & Jones, V. S. Lusk, Wells 
& Swain, Thomas A. Jones, Julius C. Mar- 
tin, Charles A. Webb, Merrimon & Merri- 
mon, Thomas Settle, Shuford & Shuford, 
F. A. Sondley, Tucker & Murphy, W. R. 
Whitson, John P. Arthur, Adams & Adams, 
R. S. McCall, J. R. Stamps, F. W. Thomas, 
Roland Wolf, Charles A. Moore, II. B. 
Stevens, Zebulon Weaver, G. S. Reynolds, 
J. H. Martin, J. F. Glenn, J. B. Ander- 
son, J. S. Styles, C N. Malcne, Gilmer 
Welch, V. Gudger, W. S. Rodaker, R. R. 
Williams, P. H. Winston, G. A. Thomasson, 
W. J. Cocke, P. C. Coeke, J. H. Waller, R 
R. Reynolds, T. S. Rollins, J. W. Haynes, 

E. G. Roberts, Kingsland Van Winkle, T. 
J. Harkins, C. G. Lee, A. A. Featherston, 
Jr., Alan Morrison, S. P. Ravenel, F. L. 
Sale, Asheville. 

BURKE 
A. C. Avery, Sr., A. C. Avery, Jr., I. 
T. Avery, W. C. Ervvin, S. J. Erwin, J. 
T. Perkins, J. M. Mull, W. S. Pearson, C. 

F. McKesson, Robert Riddle, Frank Mc- 
Dowell, R. L. Huffman, E. M. Hairfield, 
Joseph F. Spainhour, Morganton. 

CABARRUS. 

Montgomery & Crowell, P. B. 
Means, W. M. Smith, W. G. Means, L. T. 
Hartsell, Adams, Jerome, Armfield, & 
Maness, M. B. Stickley, H. S. Williams, 
H. S. Puryear, 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, South Mills. 
CARTERET 

Chas. L. Abernethv, M. L. Davis, J. F. 
Duncan, Claud R. Wheatly, D. G. Fowle, 
Beaufort; Paul Webb, Morehead City. 
CASWELL. 

M. C. Winstead, Milton; Julius Johnston, 
A. E. Henderson, Yancewille. 
CATAWBA. 

L. L. Witherspoon, George McCorkle, D. 
Witherspoon, W. C. Feimster, W. B. Gaith- 
er, C. II. Mebane, Newton; S. H. Jor- 
dan, Conover; E. B. Cline, W. A. Self, 
A. A. Whitener. T. M. Hufham, D. L. 
Russell, M. H. Yount, C. M. Bagley, Hick- 
ory. 

CHATHAM. 

R. II. Hayes, H. A. London, Fred. W. 
Bynum, II. M. London, J. G. Reuclier, 
Pittsboro; Walter D. Siler, J. George Han- 
nah, Jr., Siler City; R. H. Dixon, Ore Hill. 
CHEROKEE. 

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. II. McMullan. Jr., Edenton. 



CLAY. 

O. L. Andersnn, W. II. Harrison, Hayes- 
ville. 

CLEVELAND. 

Ryburn & Hoey, Webb & Mull, Anthony 
& Gardner, Quinn & Hamrick, B. T. Tolls, 
Shelby; E. L. Campbell, B. F. Dixon, Jr., 
N. F. McMillan, King's Mountain. 
COLUMBUS. 

Leamon Baggett, Tabor; D. J. Lewis, 
J. B. Schulken, H. L. Lyon, Jackson 
Greer, Donald McRaekan, 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. Pearsall, Henry R. 
Brvan, Leonidas J. Moore, Wm. Dunn, Jr., 
M. H. Allen, E. M. Green, S. W. Hancock, 
S. M. Brinson, D. E. Henderson, L. I. 
Moore, J. C. Barker, New Bern. 

CUMBERLAND. 

H. S. Averitt, J. W. Bolton, C. W. 
Broadfoot, H. S. Brothers, V. C. Bullard, 

D. J. Cashwell H. L. Cook, A. S. Hall, 

E. R. MacKethan, I. A. Murchison, J. S. 
Newton, Q. K. Nimocks, W. H. Pope, 
H. McD. Robinson, J. G. Shaw, G. M. 
Rose, C. G. Rose, N. A. Sinclair, R. H. 
Dye, T. H. Sutton, Fayetteville ; Z. B. 
Newton, Hope Mills. 

CURRITUCK. 

A. M. Simmons, Currituck. 

DARE. 

B. G. Crisp, D. M. Stringfield, Manteo. 

DAVIDSON. 

F. C. Robbins. E. E. Paper, S. E. Wil- 
liams. W. P. Mangum Turner, Walser & 
Walser, Wade II. Phillips, McOary >v M< •• 
Crary, F. R. Loftin, Lexington; Lester A. 
Martin, W. K. Perett, Thomasville. 
DAVIE. 

E. L. Yoithe, T. B. Bailev. Jacob Stew- 
art, A. T. Grout, Jr., T. X. Chaffin, E. 
II. Morris, Mocksville. 

DUPLIN. 

D. L. Carlton, H. D. Williams, Thad 
.Turns, L. A. Beasley, Jno. A. Gavin, Ken- 
ansville; H. L. Stevens, Warsaw; Geo. R. 
Ward, Wallace. 

DURHAM. 

W. G. Branham, S. C. Brawley, B. S. 
Skinner, S. < '. Chambers, W. J. Broa- 
den, R. O. Everett, F. L. Fuller, Jones 
Fuller, George Graham, J. A. Giles, R. 
II. Sykes, P. C. Graham, Vf. A. Guthrie, 
W. 1!. Guthrie, Ed. J. Hill, S. M. Holton, 
Benjamin Lovenstein, J. S. Manning. 11. V. 
Foushee, W. W. Mason, Arley M. Moore, R. 
p, Reade, D. W. Sorrell, R. W. Winston, 
V. s. Bryant, Charles Scarlett, J. E. Pe- 
gram, J. F. Cothran, Alton Hobgood, Dur- 
ham. 

EDGECOMBE. 

R. G. Allsbrook, Jno. I . Bridgers, Henry | 
Charge Bridgers. (!. M. T. Fountain, 
li.iii v Johnston, Henry A. Gilliam, Jas. R. 
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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. 

C. B. Watson, J. 0. Buxton, Clement 
Manly, Lindsay Patterson, W. M. ILndrcn, 
W. T. Wilson, George P. Pell, B. S. Worn- 
ble, D. H. Blair, Jno. T. Benbow, S. E. 
Hall, J. E. Alexander, Jno F. Reynolds, 
H. L. Beckerdite, L. M. Swink, H. Mon- 
tague, W. A. Blair, J. Palmer, F. T. 
Baldwin, W. V. Hartman, H. 0. Sapp, D. 
P. Mast, E. A. Griffith, A. H. Eller, H. 
1!. Starbuck, J. S. Grogan, T. W. Watson, 
G. H. Hasten, J. W. Scroggs, B. C. 
Tavis, A. E. Holton, E. E. Gray, E. B. 
Josey, A. F. Sams, B. W. Parham, Win- 
ston-Salem. 

FRANKLIN. 

R. B. White, Franklinton ; T. W. Biek- 
ett, \V. II. Ruffin, W. H. Yarborough, W. 
M. Person, B. B. Massenburg, Thos. B. 
Wilder, B. J. Holden, Louisburg. 

GASTON. 

0. F. Mason, A. L. Bulwinkle, S. B. Spar- 
row, John G. Carpenter, Dallas; C. E. 
Whitney, S. J. Durham, Bessemer City; 
Geo. W. Wilson, A. G. Mangum, Hugh 
Long, W. H. Lewis, Garland, Jones & Tim- 
berlake, Claudius D. Holland, F. F. Grif- 
fin, Gastonia; David P. Dellinger, Cherry - 
ville. 

GATES. 

L L. Smith, A. P. Godwin, T. W. Cos- 
ten, Jr., Gatesville; E. C. Hobbs, Hobbs- 
ville. 

GRAHAM. 

Robt. L. Phillips, J. N. Moody, A. D. 
Roby, Robbinsville. 

GRANVILLE. 

B. S. Royster, D. G. Brummitt, A. W. 

Graham, B. K. Lassiter, A. A. Hicks, H. 

M. Shaw, W. B. Shaw, T. Lanier, T. G. 
Stem, \V. A. Devin, Oxford. 

CREENE 

J. A. Albritton, L. V. ' Morrill, G. M. 
Lindsav, J. P. Frizzell, Snow Hill. 
GUILFORD. 

Spencer B. Adams, Jno. A. Barringer, 
Thos. S. Beall, G. S. Bradshaw. W. J. Sher- 
rod, W. P. Bynum, Jr., It. JJ. Douglas, IS. 
L. Eure, G. S. Ferguson, Roger W. Harri- 
son, F. P. Hobgood, Jr., Carter Dalton, J. 
J. Park, r. (has. A. Hines, H. Clay Wil- 
liams, Flavius A. Bodenheimer, 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- 
head, 0. L. Sapp, T. J. Murphy, R. M. 
Douglas, George M. Patton, L. M. 
Scott, C. E. McLean, Thos. ). Shaw, Jno. 
N. Staples, C. M. Stedman, A. Wayland 
Cooke, David Stern, R. C. Strudwick, Z. 
V. Taylor, J. I. Scales, A. M. Scales, 
John N. Wilson, C. G. Wright, Greensboro; 
T. J. Gold, Wescott Roberson, E. D. Steele, 
D. II. Parsons, R. T. Pickens, C. C. Barn- 



hardt, E. H. Farriss, W. P. Ragan, 
High Point; T. E. Whitaker, Oak Ridge. 
HALIFAX. 

R. C. Dunn, Enfield; D. B. Zollicoffer, 
Jr., E. L. Travis, Halifax; M. M. Furgerson, 
Littleton; Kitchin & Smith, A. P. Kitchin, 
Albion Dunn, S. A. Dunn, Hugh Johnston, 
Thos. F. Whitley, R. H. Smith, Scotland 
Neck; Geo. C. Green, W. E. Daniel, E. T. 
Clark, T. C. Harrison, Weldon. 
HARNETT. 

D. H. McLean, C. M. Muse, Hiram Bag- 
gett, Lillington; L. B. Chapin, Duke; E. 
S. Smith, Linden; W. A. Stewart, R. L. 
Godwin, H. L. Godwin, N. A. Townscnd, 
J. C. Clifford, E. F. Young, J. J. Wilson, 
Jr., L. J. Best, John M. Coats, Dunn; J. 
R. Baggett, Buie's Creek. 

HAYWOOD. 

W. T. Crawford, John W. Norwood, W 
L. Norwood, W. B. Ferguson, H. R. Fer 
guson, J. W. Ferguson, W. J. Hannah 
Geo. H. Smathers, J. H. Howell, J. R 
Morgan, S. C. Welch, A. B. Bryan. Bran 
ner Gilmer, Waynesville; John W. Stamey 
Clyde; S. c. Bryan, Wavnesville. 
HENDERSON. 

S. B, Pickens, W. A. Smith, Michael i 
Sclienck, H. G. Ewart, Henry Twvford, H. 
S. Anderson, 0. V. F. Blythe, W. C. 
Rector, G. H. Valentine, A. L. Holmes, 
McD. Ray, E. W. Eu'janks, R. H. Staton, 
W. 15. Shipp, Hendersonville. 

HERTFORD. 

Jno. E. Yann, Geo. Cowper, J. R. Mitch- 
ell, R. C. Bridger, vYinton; B. B. Win- 
borne, L. J. Lawrence, D. C. Barnes, Stan- 
ley Winborne, Murfreesboro; 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, Dorman 
Thompson, J. B. Armfield, D. L. Ravmer, 
Z. V. Long, H. P. Grier, L. C. Caldwell, 
H. Burke. J. B. Connelly, W. E. Nattress, 
A. L. Coble, Statesville; Z. V. Turlington, 
A. L. Starr, Mooresville. 

JACKSON. 

Walter E. Moore, Felix E. Alley, Cole- 
man C. Cowan, T. G. Picklesimer, A. A. 
Brown, Webster; J. J. Hooker, Dillsboro; 
C. B. Wike, East Laporte. 

JOHNSTON. 

E. W. Pou, F. H. flrooks, C. H. Martin, 
F.. S. Abell, J. A. Narron, J. A. Wellons, 
W. W. Cole, J. D. Parker, S. S. Holt, 
Smithfield; J. M. Morgan, N. T. Ryals, O. 
A. Barber, Benson; L. H. Allred, R. L. 
Roy, Selma; C. W. Edgerton; Kenly. 

JONES. 
Alex. H. White, Pollocksville; T. D. 
Warren, J. K. Warren', E. A. Hammond, 
.! 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, 

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mond, Stephen W. Isler, Guy G. Moore, 
John G. Dawson , J. F. Wooten, J. B. 
Clarke, Kinston. 

LEE. 
Col. W. E. Murchison, Sykes & Powers, 
Jonesboro; A. A .F. Seawell, D. E. Mc- 
Iver, A. L. McNeill, K. R. Hoyle, J. W. 
Ruark, A. C. Holloway, L. H. Gibbons, C. 
K. Rosser, Sanford. 

LINCOLN. 

C. E. Childs, A. L. Quickel, L. B. Wet- 
more, C. A. Jonas, R. E. Costner, J. M. 
Hoyle, VV. N. Keener, R. J. Mouser, K. 

B. Nixon, B. O. Thompson, 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; J. Frank Ray, Franklin; R. D. Lisk, 
Franklin. 

MADISON. 
Zacliarv & Roberts, C. B. Mashburn, 
Gudger & McElroy, J. C. Ramsey, Mar- 
shall; I. N. Ebbs, Hot Springs; J. S. Mc- 
Elroy, Ivy. 

MARTIN. 

H. W. Stubbs, Wheeler Martin, S. J. 

Everett, B. A. ditcher. S. A. Newell, Wil- 

hamston; A. R. Dunning, J. C. Smith, 

Robersonville; J. T. Waldo, Hamilton. 

MCDOWELL. 

D. E. Hudgins, P. I. Sinclait, Jas. Mor- 
ris, J. W. Pless, W. T. Morgan, J. L. C. 
Bird, W. F. Wood, A. H Johnston, J. W. 
Winborne, T. A. Morphew, C. B. McBrayer, 
Marion. 

MECKLENBURG. 
A. Burwell, A. T. Cansler, C. W. Tillett, 
T. C. Guthrie, W. C. Maxwell, J. W. 
Keerans, Heriot Clarkson, C. H. Duls, H. N. 
Pharr, J. A. Bell, W. B. Rodman, W. F. 
Harding, D. B. Smith, W. M. Smith, J. D. 
McCall, B. Nixon, T. W. Hawkins, H. W. 
Harris, F M. Shannonhouse, E. R. Preston, 

C. D. Bennett, C. Morrison, P. Whitloek, 
F. P. McNinch, T. L. Kirknatriek, C. 
Brenizer, T. W. Alexander, F. M. 
Redd, L. L. Caudle, J. L. De- 
Laney, Jake Newell, A. B. Justice, 
J. E. Little, J. B. Science, T. A. Adams, 
R. G. Lucas, F. I. Osborne, R. L. Durham, 
R. S. Hutcherson, L. W. Humphrey, D. C. 
Humphrey, L. B. Vreeland, D. K. Pope, P. 
S. Stewart, J. A. McRae, Neil Graham, B. 
B. Paul, Clyde A. Duckworth, D. W. Hum- 
phrey, Norman A. Cocke, L. B. Williams, 
J. a Newell, T. G. McMichael, H. C. Jones, 
F. M. Simmons, James W. Barry, L. T. 
Everett, John Calvert, Charlotte. 

MITCHELL. 
Chas. E. Greene, S. J. Black, J. W. 
Ragland, W. L. Lambert, Bakersville; 
Harrison Baird, Elk Park; T. A. Love, 
Saginaw; J. M. Peterson, Spruce Pine. 
MONTGOMERY. 
J. R. Blair, B. F. Simmons, W. A. 
Cochran, R. T. Poole, 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; J. M. 
N. Johnson, Aberdeen; Mel. Kennedy, Eagle 
Springs. 

NASH. 
R. A. P. Cooley, S. F. Austin, L. T. 
Vaughan, B. A. Brooks, Nashville; Jacob 
Battle, \V. L. Thorp, James P. Bunn, E. 
B. Grantham, T. H. Battle, F. S. Spruill, 
Jos. B. Ramsey, Rocky Mount; B. F. Tay- 
lor, C. C. Pierce, 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. Wadddl, G. L. Peschau, 
Fmpie & Empie, J. W. Price, E. K. Bryan, 
John D. Bellamy & Son, Iredell Meares, 
Junius Davis, Thomas W. Davis, L. V. 
Grady, Stevens, Beasley & Weeks, W. B. 
McKay, Bellamy & Bellamy, Woodus Kcl- 
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 Baglev, W. C. Bowen, S. J. Cal- 
vert, B. S. Gay, G. h. Midjette, F. R. 
Harris, C. G. Peebles. J. A. Worrell, 
W. H. S. Burgwyn, Jr., Jackson; T. W. 
Mason, Garysburg. 

ONSLOW. 

Frank Thompson, E. M. Koonce, Jack- 
sonville; F. D. Koonce, Richlands; R. 
Duffy, Catharine Lake. 

ORANGE. 

John W. Graham, Sam'! M. Gattis, Ches- 
ter D. Turner, Frank >~ash, Hillsboro; W. 
S. Roberson, Thomas Ruffin, Chapel Hill. 
PAMLICO. 

W. T. Caho. Bayboro: H. L. Gibbs, Ori- 
ental; Frank Brinson, Reelsboro. 

PASQUOTANK. 

E. F. Aydlett, J. Heywcod Sawyer, P. H. 
Williams, J. C. Brooks Roscoe W. Tur- 
ner, C. E. Th.imiis.ui, J. B. Leigh, I. M. 
Meekins, W. A. Worth, John C. B. 
Ehringhaus, Ernest Lin'"ood Sawyer, Geo. 
J. Spence, J. Kenyon Wilson, W. L. Co- 
hoon, Thomas Jarvis Markham, Elizabeth 
City; Frank M. Godfrev, Weeksville. 
PENDER. 

J. T. Bland, D. 11. Bland, (Bland & 
Bland), C. E. McCullen, E. L. Parkins A. 
K. Powers, Burgaw. 

PERQUIMANS. 

Chas. Whedbce, P. W. McMullan, Jas. S. 
McNider, Hertford. 

person. 

W. W. Kitchin, L. M. Carlton, W. D. 
Merritt, W. T. Bradsh-Jr, F. 0. Carver, S. 
G. Winstead, N. Lunsford, T. 0. Brooks, 
Roxboro. 

PITT. 

T. J. Jarris, A. L. Blow, Harry Skinner, 
Harry Skinner, Jr.. Harry W. Whedbee, !'■ 
G. James, J. B. James, W. 11. Long, F. 
C. Harding, J. L. Fleming, Julius Brown, 
R. C. Flanagan, S. <'. Wooten, P. M. 
Wooten, B. F. Tyson, \\ . F. Evans, G 



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ville; H. S. Harris, Farmville; W. J. 
Hooks, Avden. 

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. Holton, R. C. Kelley, 
Asheboro. 

RICHMOND. 

A. S. Dockery, W. M. Kelly, W. Steele 
Lowdermilk, J. D. Shaw. J. P. Cameron, 
A. R. McPhail, W. S. Tliomas, Rocking- 
ham; 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, 
T. L. Johnson, T. A. McNeill, Jr., Abner 
Nash, E. F. Ward, Lumberton; S. B. Mc- 
Lean, B. F. McLean, Leroy Black, Max- 
ton; J. P. Wiggins, Rowland; Hamilton 
McMillan, A. P. Spell, Red Springs. 

ROCKINGHAM. 

R. D. Reid, Ira R. Humphreys, J. T. 
Ponnill, Wentworth; C. 0. McMichael, Mad- 
ison; A. D. Ivie, A. W. Dunn, Leaksville; 
H. R. Scott, P. W. Glidewell; A. J. Bur- 
ton, T. S. Reid, J. E. Saintsing, H. P. 
Lane, Reidsville; James M. Sharp, Jr., 
Stoneville. 

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. Vanderford, Jr., Bismarck 
Capps, W. B. Smoot,. G. W. Garland, B. F. 
Hatcher, Kerr Craige, Stahle Linn, B. B. 
Miller, Salisbury; T. F. Hudson, Spencer; 
H. C. McKnight, China Grove. 

RUTHERFORD. 

Matt. McBrayer, Fred McBraver, S. Gal- 
lert, J. M. Carson, W. C. McRorie, M. L. 
Edwards, H. C. Elliott, D. F. Morrow, R. 
S. Evans, R. E. Morris, J. P. Morris, Fred 
Hamrick Clark, Rutherfordton; . H. K. 
Biggerstaff, Forest City. 

SAMPSON. 

Henry Alexander Grady, Archie McL. 
Graham, John D. Kerr, Henry E. Faison, 
Isaac C. Wright, John E. Fowler, Buck H. 
Grumpier, Geo. E. Butler, Cyrus M. Fair- 
cloth, Clinton. 

SCOTLAND. 

W. H. Cox, T. J. Dunn, Jonathan Peele, 
E. H. Gibson, G. H. Russell, M. L. John, 
Geo. T. Goodwyn, W. H. Wetherspoon, 
Laurinburg. 

STANLY. 

J. M. Brown, R. L. smith, J. R. Price, 
R. A. Crowell, R. E. Austin. A. C. Hunev- 
cutt, Z. B. Sanders, J. C. Wright, R. Lane 
Brown, Albemarle. 



STOKES. 

A. H. Joyce, W. W. King, J. D. Hum- 
phreys, John W. Hall, N. O. Petree, Dan- 
bury; J. Y. Phillips, Dalton. 
SURRY. 

W. F. Carter, S. P. Graves, R. L. Hay- 
more, Geo. W. Sparger, J. H. Folger, Vir- 
gil E. Holcomb, S. S. Lawrence, Mount 
Airy; T. W. Folger, R. C. Freeman, W. L. 
Reece, J. Guy Carter, W. M. Jackson, Dob- 
son; J. F. Hendren, Harry Barker, Elkin; 
J. H. Dobson, Rockford; O. E. Snow, W. 
R. Badgett, Pilot Mountain. 
SWAIN. 

A. M. Fry, T. D. Brvson, S. W. Black, 
A. J. Franklin, F. C. Fisher, A. S. Pat- 
terson, L. C. Bell, Bryson City. 
T R A N S YL V ANI A. 

W. B. Duckworth, Welch Galloway, D. 
L. Englis, R. L. Gash, W. W. Zachary, 
W. E. Breese, Brevard. 

TYRRELL. 

Mark Majette, T. H. Woodley, E. M. Cox, 
Jos. C. Meekins, Columbia. 
UNION. 

II. B. Adams, Frank Armfield, R. B. 
Redwine, J. C. Sikes, E. C. Williams, R. 
W. Lemmond, Stevens & Love, A. M. Stack, 
Ney McNeely, H. B. Adams, Jr., Huxley 
McNeely, Monroe; J. C. Brooks, Marshville. 
VANCE. 

Henry T. Powell, A. C. Zollicoffer, T. T. 
Hicks, A. J. Harris. T. M. Pittman, R. S. 
McCoin, G. A. Harrell, J. H. Bridgers, 
J. C. Kittrell, B. II. Perry, W. B. Shaw, 
J. Y. Eaton, Henderson. 

WAKE. 

Thomas M. Argo, A. B. Andrews, Jr., 
Samuel A. Ashe, Murrav Allen, S. J. 
Adams, Richard H. Battle, Ed. S. Battle, 
Bosworth C Beckwith, Joseph D. Boushall, 
Victor H. Boyden, Charles M. Busbee, 
Perrin Busbee, Phil H. Busbee, C. M. Ber- 
nard, J. W. Bunn, Walter Clark, Jr., A. 
L. Cox, F. L. Cox, William C. Douglass, 
C. B. Denson, Claude Dockerv, Alex. 
J. Feild, J. H. Fleming, D. F. 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, Wesley N. Jones, Armi- 
stead 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, James E. Shepherd, b. 
Brown Shepherd, Elmer M. Shaffer, Robt. N. 
Simms, Alexander Stronach, Ed. Chambers 
Smith, William B. Snow, Robt. C. Strong, 
Thomas B. Womack, Walter L. Watson, 
Chas. D. Wildes, T. H. Calvert, J. B. 
Cheshire, Jr., Raleigh; N. H. Johnson; E. 
W. Timberlake; E. W. Timberlake, Jr., N. 
Y. Gulley, Wake Forest; E. F. Upchurch, 
Cary; Percy J. Olive, Apex. 
WARREN. 

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, I 



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Littleton. 

WASHINGTON. 

Samuel B. Spruill, Asa O. Gaylord, Van 
Buren Martin, Louis W. Gaylord, Wm. M. 
Bond, Jr., Plymouth. 

WATAUGA. 

J. C. Fletcher, E. S. Coffey, F. A. Lin- 
ney, E. F. Lovill, W. R. Lovill, Boone; 
L 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, M. T. Dick- 
inson, N. W. Outlaw, Goldsboro; A. S. 
Gradv, J. D. Langston, S. A. Bird, E. W. 
Hill," Mount Olive. 

WILKES. 

Finley & Hendren, W. W. Barber, J. A. 



Holbrook, L. N. Lyon, Backet & Gilreath, 
j H. A. Cranor, Wilkesboro; O. C. Dancy, 
F. D. Hackett, Nortli 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. Hassel!, W. A. Lucas, E. J. 
Barnes, O. P. Dickinson, J. D. Bardin, J. 
A. Farmer. Wilson; J. G. Anderson, Elm 
City. 

YADKIN. 
R. C. Puryear, D. M. Reece, F. W. 
Hanes, S. C. Williams, Yadkinville; \V. II. 
Reavis, Hamptonville. 

YANCEY. 
J. Bis Ray, G. E. Gardner, E. F. Wat- 
son, Burnsville; H. A. Whittington, Cane 
j River; J. A. Watson, W. S. Gardner, 
Burnsville. 



Practicing Physicians in North Carolina. 



ALAMANCE. 

Altaroahaw — James M. Matkins. 
l'.urlington— C. A. Anderson, T. S. Fau- 
cett, R. A. Freeman, H. M. Montgom- 
ery, H. R. Moore, John W. Page, J. A. 
Pickett, L. A. Walker, W. G. Stafford, 
T. A. Bohannon. 
Curtis— L. A. Johnson. 

Lion College— J. A. Crouse, W. T. Hern- 
don, Geo. S. Watson, J. Loftin Kernodle. 
Graham— W. R. Goley, Geo. W. Long, 

0. J. Parris, W. E. Walker. 
Haw River— J. W. McPherson, S. D. Mc- 
pherson, Starke Hassell. 
Mcbane— W. N. Tate, T. D. Tyson, N. D. 

York. 
Oakdale— G. A. Foster. 

Saxapahaw— W. T. Sumner, Robt G. Mc- 
Pherson, E. D. Mann. 
Swepsonville — T. R. Williams. 
Union Ridge— Charles Manly Walters. 

ALEXANDER. 
Hiddenite — Donald H. Deeper. 
Mount Pisgah— Ed. S. King. 
Stony Point— J. Mc. Hunter. 
Taylorsville— O. L. Hollar. S. T. Crowson. 

ALLEGHANY. 
Anna — Talmage Smith. 
Cherry Lane — Hugh Hanks. 
Edmonds— W. H. Cooms. 
Lamar — B. E. Reeves. 
Laurclspring — Aaron Osborn. 
Scottville— B. C. Waddell. 
Sj.arta— Robt. Thompson, S. Edwards, J. L. 
Doughton, B. O. Choate. 
ANSON. 
Ansonville — S. B. Carpenter, J. M. Dunlap. 
Lilesville— J. Edwin K-rr, J. L. Wyatt. 
Morven— T. F. Meisenheimer, D Thompson. 
Peachland— W. W. Barrett. 
Polkton— L. C. Smith. 

Wadesboro— E. S. Ashe, J. II. Bennett, J. 
M. Covington, J. M. Covington, Jr., J. 
E. Hart, R. F. D. No. 2; R. D. Ross. 
ASHE. 
Clifton— R. W. Jones. 



Creston — W. J. Robinson. 

Fig— B. W. Tugman. 

Grayson— J. J. S. Denney. 

Helton— A. L. Jones. 

Hopkins— T. J. Call. 

Jefferson— J. W. Colvard,. Manley Blevms.. 

J. C. Testerman. 
Lansing — T. J. Jones, Lester Jo'nes. 
Sturgills— S. E. Pennington. 
Sutherland— E. M. Loyd. 
Todd— W. R. Backburn, I. T. Lemly, W. R. 

Graham. 
Weaver's Ford— J. H. Barton. 

BEAUFORT. 

' Aurora— C. S. Staley, S. W. suley. 

Bath— J. T. Nicholson, 
i Belhaven— W. J. Bullock, Wm. D. Kellum, 
H. M. Mariner, (has. Windley, A. K. 
Tayloe. 

Edwards— C. C. Dixon. 

Pantego— E. S. Credle. 

Pinetown— II. H. Hunter. 

Washington— W. A. Blount, J. G. Blount, 
E. M. Brown, J. M. Gallagher, Ira M. 
Hardy, J. L. Nicholson, P. A. Nichol- 
son, S. T. Nicholson, Jno. C. Rodman, 
W. P. Small, David T. Tayloe, Joshua 
Tayloe. 

Yeatesville— C. C. Jackson. 

BERTIE. 

Aulander— W. J. Harrell, E. H. Horton. 

Colerain — L. A. Nowell. 

Kelford— Paul C. Brittle. 

Lewiston— Wavland Mitchell, L. S. Webb. 

Powellsville— J. B. Ruffin. 

Roxobel— Alanson Capehart. P. C. Jenkins. 

Windsor— Jno. L. Pritchard, Edward W. 
Pugh, Whitmel S. Gurley, Chas. J. Saw- 
yer. 

BLADEN. 

Clarkton— L. B. Evans, George L. Clark. 

Council — B. F. Adkins. 

East Arcadia — Jas. Devane. 

Llizabethtown — Newton Robinson. 

Garland— R. S. Cromartie. 

White Oak— W. H. G. Lucas. 



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BRUNSWICK. 

El Paso— E. G. Goodman. 
Phoenix — T. V. Moore. 
Shallotte— W. H. Goley, J. A. Stone. 
Southport— W. G. Curtis, J. Arthur 
Dosher, D. I. Watson. 

BUNCOMBE. 

Alexander — W. J. Clontz. 

Asheville— 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. Burroughs J. F. Car- 
raway, A. W. Calloway, T. P. Cheese- 
borough, F. J. Clemenger, 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. 
Hilliard, C. S. Jordan, L. B. McBrayer, F. 
T. Meriwether, Lewis A. Merrimon, M. C. 
Millender, C. L. Minor, E. R. Morris, 
Peter B. Orr, C. C. Orr, Paul Paquin, 
Arthur Pritchard, Geo." W. Purefoy, 
C. V. Reynolds, M. H. Henncl, 
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. 
Whi taker, W. P. Whittington, John H. 
Williams, C. St. V. Zimmerman. 

Black Mountain— T. 3. Archer, C. E. Cot- 
ten. 

Candler— Geo. H. Thrash. 

Jupiter — I. A. Harris. 

Swanannoa — R. I. Wilson. 

BURKE. 

Glen Alpine — E. A. Hennessee. 

Morganton — Paul V. Anderson, James R. 
Anderson, Jas. K. Hall, John McCamp- 
bell, W. Ed. Phifer, Joseph B. Riddle, 
C. E. Ross, Isaac M. Taylor, Hugh R. 
Thompson, E. S. Warlick. 

Rutherford College— T. V. Goode, S. S. 
Peterson. 

CABARRUS. 

Concord— L. M. Archev, D. T. Boger, D. 

G. Caldwell, R. M. King, J. S. Lafterty, 

Smoot & Pemberton, F. O. Rogers, J. W. 

Wallace, R. S. Young, G. J- Gouger, R. 

F. D. No. 2; T. F. Pharr, R. F. D. No. 6. 
Georgeville — I. • A. Yowe. 
Harrisburg— S. A. Grier. J. C. Black, R. 

F. D. No. 2. 
Kannapolis — J. W. Flowe. 
Mt. Pleasant — P. A. Barrier, M. A. Foil, 

J. M. Matthews. 

CALDWELL. 

Blackstone — G. H. Carter. 

Collettsville— W. M. White. 

Granite Falls — O. J. Corpening, B. G. 

Flowers, G. E. Flowers, A. D. Jones, 

J. B. Wright. 
Lenoir— L. H. Coffey, W. P. Ivey, A. A. 

Kent, C. J. Mattocks, C. D. McNairy, 

J. Claud Moore, C. L. Wilson. 

CAMDEN. 

Gregory— C. G. Ferebee. 
Shiloh— W. W. Sawyer. 
South Mills— B. W. Cohen. 



CARTERET. 

Atlantic — L. C. Adams. 

Beaufort— A. B. Chapin, F. M. Clark, 
Geo. Davis, C. L. Duncan, C. S. Max- 
well. 

Logue — J. W. Sanders. 

Harlowe — C. N. Mason. 

Marshallberg — D. S. George. 

Morehead City— K. P. B. Boomer, W. E. 
Ileaden. 

Wit— Wm. T. Paul. 

CASWELL. 

Blackwclls— J. F. Badgett. 

Melver, R. F. D. No. 1— Sterling Ware. 

Ridgeville — Harvey Robertson. 

Semora — M. H. McBride, J. F. Swann. 

Union Ridge, R. F. D. No. 1— J. A. Pin- 
nix. 

Yanceyville — S. A. Malloy. 

CATAWBA. 

( atawba — Fred Y. Long, L. G. Skinner. 

Ciarmont — D. M. Moser. 

Conover — D. McD. Yount, F. L. Herman. 

Hickory — H. L. Abernethy, W. L. Aber- 
nethv, C. M. Childs, J. A. Childs, Fred 
T. Foard, J. T. Johnson, H. C. Menzies, 
J. H. Shuford, B. F. Whiteside, T. C. 
Blackburn. 

Maiden— P. J. Klutz, J. C. Whiteside. 

Newton — Jas. R. Campbell, W. H. Ever- 
hart, T. W. Long, J. H. Yount, Geo. H. 
West. 

CHATHAM. 

Apex — C. G. Upchurch. 

Bynum — A. W. Mann, J. N. Taylor. 

(joldston — Wm. Burns, R. M. Fields. 

Gulf— R. W. Palmer. 

Lockville — P. D. Laster. 

Moncure — W. J. Strickland. 

Morrisville — Hugh Wilson. 

.Mount Vernon Springs — J. C. Kirkman. 

Ore Hill— O. B. Stroud. 

Pittsboro— H. T. Chapin, L. E. Farthing. 

Siler City— J. D. Edwards, T. A. Kirk- 
man. 

CHEROKEE. 

Andrews— C. H. Orr, G. D. Webb, Edgar 
Tidwell. 

Ballew — W. C. Mason. 

Culbertson— L. R. Casteel, C. F. Walker. 

Murphy — J. F. Abernethy, N. B. Adams, 
S. C. Highway, B. B. Meroney, W. O. 
Patton. 

Unaka — J. H. Crawford, Allen Stiles. 
CHOWAN. 

Cisco — J. R. Parker. 

Edenton— R. Dillard, J. H. McMullan, T. J. 
Hoskins, H. M. S. Cason. 
CLAY. 

Hayesville— J. M. Sullivan, P. B. Killian, 
R. T. Coleman. 

CLEVELAND. 

Casar — C. N. Peeler. 

Cleveland Mills— L. L. Self. 

Earls— J. P. Aydlette, W. J. Trent. 

Fallston — E. A. Houser. 

Grover— Geo. Oates. 

King's Mountain— O. G. Falls, B. R. Hun- 
ter, J. L. McKay, J. G. Hord. 

Lattimore — L. V. Lee. 

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Mooresboro — C. 0. Champion, S. S. Roys- 

ter. 
Polkville— G. M. Gold, V. J. Palmer. 
Shelby— J. F. Beam, R. C. Ellis, W. T. 

Grigg, E. B. Lattimore, T. E. McBray- 

er, W. F. Mitchell. Rnfus R. Morrison, 

B. H. Palmer, J. W. Wood. 
Waco— G. T. Evans. 

COLUMBUS. 

Boardman — H. O. Easley. 

Chadbourn— J. F. Blake, W. F. Smith, S. 
M. Withers. 

Cronlev — D. B. Jordan. 

Fair Bluff— A. G. Floyd. 

Tabor— D. N. Gore. 

Whiteville— W. H. Crowell, H. B. Max- 
well, J. A. McNeill. 

CRAVEN. 

Dover — Raymond Pollock. 

New Bern— Geo. A. Caton, Chas. Duffy, 

Francis Duffy, Leinster Duffy, N. M. 

Gibbs, F. W. Hughes, B. DuVal Jones, 

R. S. Primrose, J. F. Rhenn, N. H. 

Street, J. M. Ward, J. F. Patterson. 
Vanceboro — James Dugoid. 

CUMBERLAND. 

Cedar Creek— K. G. Averitt. 

Fayetteville — J. H. Highsmith, Seavey 
Highsmith, W. S. Jordan, J. H. Marsh, 
J. V. McGoughan, Jno. A. McKethan, A. 
S. Rose, J. W. McNeill, J. M. Lilly, E. 
J. Scofield, D. G. McKethan. 

Godwin — J. N. McLean. 

Hope Mills— Leon Watson, J. A. Willing- 
ham. 

Little River Academy — W. C. Melvin. 

Raeford— G. W. Brown, A. P. Dixon, Geo. 
A. Graham. 

Rockfish— G. W. Ray. 

Stedman— T. C. Bullock, E. P. Williams. 

CURRITUCK. 

Coinjock — J. F. Garrington. 

Jarvisburg — J. M. Newbern. 

Moyock— Stuart Mann, F. W. Ritter. 

Poplar Branch— W. T. Griggs. 

Shawsboro — Henry M. Shaw. 

Sligo— W. H. Cowell. 

DARE. 

Buxton — J. J. Davis. 

Manteo— Woodson B. Fearing, Franklin P. 
Gates, John D. Cogswell. 

DAVIDSON. 

Denton — Abel Anderson, Dr. Plummer. 

rairmont — A. A. York. 

Jackson Hill — A. Bulla. 

Lexington — E. J. Buchanan, D. J. Hill, 
Joel Hill, W. L. Hill, W. J. Vestal, R. 
U. Zimmerman, C. M. Clodfelter. 

Linwood — J. E. Cathell, J. A. Myers. 

Thomasville — P. S. Easley, Joseph Bird, C. 
A. Julian, J. H. Mock, J. W. Peacock. 

Wallburg— J. A. Dimmette. 
DAVIE. 

Advance — J. F. Martin, T. T. Watkins. 

Calahaln— J. M. Cain. 

Cooleemee — J. R. Lowery. 

Farmington— E. M. Griffin, W. G. Johnson. 

Mocksville— B. C. Clement, W. C. Mar- 
tin, J. W. Rodwell, M. D. Kimbrough. 



DUPLIN. 

Beulaville — G. W. Kennedy. 

Chinquepin — J. F. Landing. 

Faisori — D. N. Seawell, John M. Faison. 

Kenansville — John A. Ferrall. 

Magnolia — R. L. Carr. 

Resaca — J. F. Maxwell. 

Rose Hill— T. R. Hatcher. 

Wallace— J. W. Carroll, B. R. Graham. 
Warsaw — L. Hussey, J. M. Williams, J. L. 
Lane. 

DURHAM. 

Durham— C. A. Adams. N. P. Boddie, E. 
H. Bowling, N. D. Bitting, Arch. Cheat- 
ham, R. L. Felts, W. A. Graham, Joseph 
Graham, C. S. Hicks, W. N. Hicks, N. 
M. Johnson, A. C. Jordan, B. W. Fossett, 
T. A. Mann, J. M. Manning, R. A. Moore, 
J. M. O'Kelly, W. W. Olive, R. J. 
Teague, C. A. Woodard. 

East Durham — Geo. H. Ross. 

Gorman— R. E. Nichols, M. P. Ward. 

Rougemoht — J. D. Mavnard. 

West Durham— R. Holloway, B. U. Brooks. 

EDGECOMBE. 

Battleboro — H. B. Marriott. 

Elm Citv— W. T. Mercer. 

Macclesfield— C. B. Walton. 

Old Sparta— M. B. Pitt. 

Rockv Mount— M. R. Braswell, C. B. 

Killohrew, E. M. Quiller, G. L. Wim- 

berly. 
Tarboro — J. H. Anderson, J. M. Baker, S. 

P. Bass, S. N. Harrel!, Jeff D. Jenkins. 

L. L. Staton, W. J. Thigpen, W. W 

Greene. 
Whitakers— W. H. Cobb, J. P. Speight, J. 

C. Braswell, R. II. Speight. 

FORSYTH. 

Bethania— E. F. Strickland. 

Kernersville — R. L. Carlton, J. T. Justico. 

Pfafftown— J. W. Davis. 

Rural Hall— S. S. Flynt. 

Walkertown — J. <3. Hammock. 

Winston— H. T. Bahnson, John Bvnum. 

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. Linville. E. A. 

Lockett, H. S. Lott, J. P. Nicholson, 

S. F. Pfhol, Robt. L. Rierson, J. ' F. 

Shaffner, J. F. Shaffner, Jr., E. H. 

Spainhour, W. O. Spencer, C. L. Sum- 
' mers, J. Thos. Wright, W. C. Linville, 

J. K. Pepper. 

FRANKLIN. 

Cedar Rock— E. H. Bobbitt. 

Centreville — J. R. Wheless. 

Franklinton— J. H. Harris, R. B. Hen- 
derson, R. N. Winston. 

Letha— K. M. Clark. 

Louisburg— S. P. Burt, O. L. Ellis, R. 
P. Floyd, J. E. Malone, R. F. Yarbor- 
ough. 

Youngsville— P. R. Hatch, I. G. Riddick, 
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GASTON. 

Belmont— W. W. Davis, N. A. Orr, Price B. 
Hall. 

Bessemer City — R. H. Garren, D. A. Garri- 
son, H. E. Rowe. 

Cherryvillc— W. H. Houser, A. W. Howell, 
J. M. Hunter. 

Dallas — J. H. Jenkins, Arnold Stovall. 

Gastonia — C. E. Adams, McT. G. Anders, S. 
A. Wilkins, II. M. Eddleman, H. F. Glenn, 
L. N. Glenn, (has. E. McLean, R. M. 
Reid, J. M. Sloan, F. G. Wilson. 

High Shoals— Robt. W. Petrie. 

Lowell — G. R. Patrick, Frank Robinson. 

McAdenville— J. W. Taylor. 

Mount Holly — Robert Rhyne, James J. Stew- 
art. 

Stanley— M. C. Hunter, T. C. Quickie. 
GATES. 

Gates— R. C. Smith. 

Gatesville — Geo. D. Williams. 

Hobbsville — C. F. Winslow. 

Reynoldson — W. O. P. Lee. 

Sunbury— G. C. Brooks, E. F. Corbett. 
GRAHAM. 

Brock— G. F. Brock. 

Robbinsville— L. D. Hooper, M. T. Max- 
well, F. T. MeKaig. 

Yellow Creek — S. F. Howell. 

GRANVILLE. 

Creedmore — J. A. Sanderford. 

Grissom— G T. Sikes. 

Hester— Wm. B. Bullock. 

Northside — O. W. Holloway. 

Oxford— S. D. Booth, T L. Booth, S. H. 
Cannadav, Ben. K. Hays, E. B. Meadows, 
J. A. Morris, L. C. Taylor, G. S. 
Watkins, G. A. Coggeshall. 

Stem— P. R. Hardee. 

Stovall— W L. Taylor. 

GREENE. 

Farmville — Albert West. 

Hookerton— G. C. Edwards, W. A. Robert- 
son. 

Snow Hill — James H. Harper, W. B. Mur- 
phy, Jr., W. Vv. Whittington. 
GUILFORD. 

Brown Summit — J. W. Jones. 

Gibsonville — II. P. Bowman, G. E. Jordan, 
J. V. Dick. 

Greensboro — J. B. Angle. C. W. Banner, J. 
T. J. Battle, W T . P. Beall, Arthur Ogburn 
Spoon, B. W. Best, H. C. Bovles, j. G. 
Broadnax, Z. T. Brooks, Al. 

Coble, Rigdon O. Dees, H. H. Dod- 
son, P. W. Flagg, AL 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. Knight, 
A. E. Ledbetter, Thos. R. Little, John 
W. Long, John E. Logan, W. J. Mead- 
ows, E. R. Michaux, Miss May S. Miles, 
Chas. W. Moseley, J. T.Reives, W. J. 
Richardson, Chas. Robertson, John 
Thames, Samuel Tucker, J. P. Turner, A. 
R. Wilson, John Roy Williams, John A. 
William?, Mrs. Elizabeth H. Tucker, Jno. 
W. Tankersley, Geo. Flovd Ross, Jos. A. 
Byers, W. P. Rieves, A. L. Petree, G. W. 
Kernodle, J. P. Jarboe. 



Guilford College — Jessd F. McCracken, M. 
F. Fox. 

Hight Point— John T. Burrus, J. W. 
Burton, W. J. McAnally, W. 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, G. F. 
Duncan. 

Jamestown— D, A. Armfield, J. E. Foscue, 
J. R. Gordon. 

McLeansville— C. S. Gilman, W. T. Holt, 

A. P. McD'aniel. 

Oak Ridge— S. A. Cook, J. R. Paddison. 
Pleasant Garden — Claibom Gray. 
Pomona — J. G. Ector, Dr. Norman. 
Stokesdale— J. J. Hilton, C. W. Taylor, B. 

T. Bitting. 
Summerfieid — W. C. Davis, H. Willis. 
Vandalia — J. T. Reaves. 

HALIFAX. 

Enfield — John A. Collins, A. S. Harison, 

L. T. Whitaker. 
Halifax — H. B. Ferguson. 
Hobgood — K. Leggett. 

Roanoke Rapids — A. C. Hoyt S. B. Pierce. 
Scotland Neck— H. I. Clark, Dr. Smith, 

J. P. Wimberly. 
filler}- — F. M. Register. 
Weldon— I. E. Green, A. B. Zollicoffer, D. 

B. Zollicoffer. 

HARNETT. 

Broadway — Leon Watson. 

Buie's Creek — Jno. A. McKay. J. F. Mc- 
Kay. 

Chalybeate Springs — J. W. Haiford. 

Coats — H. Utley. 

Duke— W. P. Holt. 

Dunn — 0. L. Denning, I. F. Hicks, Chas. 
Highsmith, W. L. Hudson, S. P. J. Lee, 

C. H. Sexton. 
Godwin — J. W. McLean. 

Lillington — L. J. Arnold, J. E. Caviness, 

J. H. Withers. 
Linden— W. C. Melvin, F. Smith. 
Summerville — A. M. McKav. 
Wade— C. J. McComb. 

HAYWOOD. 
Canton — J. H. Mease, J. E. Moore, A. B. 

Willis, J. E. Wilson. 
Clvde— F. M. Davis, S. 3. Medford, R. L. 

Walker. 
Dellwood— J. C. Rich. 
Waynesville— J. F. Abel, R. L- Allen, J. 

R. McCracken, H. L. McFayden, B. H. 

Greenwood, Samuel L Stringfield, Thos. 

Stringfield, J. Howell Wav. 

HENDERSON. 
Dana — J. F. Harris. 
Flat Rock — Arthur R. Guerard. 
Fletcher— Lloyd P. Russell. 
Fruitland — W. G. Hutcherson 
Hendersonville — T. A. Allen, G. E. Dixon, 

A. B. Drafts, J. L. Edgerton, C. Few, 

W. B. Howe, Wm. R. Kirk, J. G. Wal- 

drop, J. S. Brown. 
Mill River — L. L. Johnson. 
Zirconia — Levi Jones 

HERTFORD. 
Ahoskie— J. H. Mitchell, A. W. Greene, 

Paul H. Mitchell. 
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Harrellsv'ille— Jesse Powell. 
Menola— Clifton G. Parker. 
Murfreesboro— W. G. Freeman, R. H. Gary, 

G. N. Ha Tell. 
Winton— C. F. Griffin. W. B. Pollard. 

HYDE. 
E airfle'.d— J. A. Mann. R. N. Cartwright, 

A. G. Harris. 
Lake Landing— M. M. Hurry. 
Swan Quarter— E. H. Jones, R. E. Wind- 
ley, Eugea Windley. 

IREDELL. 
Cool Springs — J. R. i.owery. 
Dunlap— E. A. Hall. 
Eufola— W. W. Wilhelm. 
Evalin— J V. Williams. 
Harmony— W. G. Nicholson. 
Loray — L. V. Cloaninger 
Mooresville— A. E. Bell F. A. Carpenter, 
J. T. Moore, N. G. Moore, S. W. Steven- 
son, James Young. 
Mt. Mourne— Walter B. Mott. 
New Hope — J. N. Summers. 
Reno— H. F. Bailey. 

Statesville— M. R. Adams, Thos. E. Ander- 
son, Archibald Campbell, L. Harrill, W. 
J. Hill, J. E. King, H. F. Long, J. E. 
McLaughlin, F. L. Snarpe, E. M. Yount, 
Albert Houck. 
Turnersburg— P. C. Jurney. 
Troutman— R. W. Mills, E. E. Klutz. 

JACKSON. 
Dillsboro— Chas. Z. Candler, J. M. Cand- 
ler. 
Painter — A. A. Nichols. 
Sylva— D. D. Hooper, A. S. Nichols. 
Webster— Wm, Self. 

JOHNSTON. 
Benson— F. T. Moore, G. E. Parker, W. H. 

Rowland. 
Clayton— E. N. Booker, J. A. Griffin, B. 
A. Hocutt, G. A. McLemore, J. B. Rob- 
ertson, J. J. Young. 
Four Oaks— Jno. H. Stanly, J. D. T. Wel- 

lons. 
Kenly— J. C. Grady, G. S. Coleman, G. A. 

Hood, Jas. F. Justice. 
Princeton— J. B. Strachon, A. G. Woodard. 
Selma— R. J. Noble, J. B. Person, Geo. D. 

Vick, R. P. Noble. 
Smithfield— Thel. Hooks, L. A. Munns, G. 
J. Robinson, A. H. Rose, L. D. Wharton. 
JONES. 
Maysville— N. G. Shaw. 
Pollocksville— A. F. Hammond, G. R. 

Hughes. 
Trenton— W. W. Early, H. G. Monk. 

LEE. 
Jonesboro— H. B. Hoyle, E. P. Snipes. 
Sanford— W. A. Monroe, J. P. Monroe, Lynn 
Mclver, W. D. Gilmore, E. M. Mclver, 
I. H. Lutterloh, J. L. Sheppard, R. F. D. 
LENOIR. 
Kinston— W. F. Hargrove, Jas. M. Parrott, 
A. DeK. Parrott, W. T. Parrott, Jno. A. 
Pollock, C. L. Pridgen, Henry Tull, 
V. E. Weyher, R. A. Whittaker, F. A. 
Whittaker, C. B. Woodley, R. W. Woot- 
ten, H. O. Hyatt. 
LaGrange — J. C. Green, J. M. Hodges, J. 
W. P. Smithwick. 



LINCOLN. 

Cr0US( — Chas. II. Hoover. 

Denver— H. N. Abernethy, C. L. McCaul. 

Iron Station — Augustus Smith. 

I.incolnton— Geo. II. Cviotner, L. A. Cro- 
well, R. B. Killian, R. W. Petri.. John 
W. Saine, J. S. Wise, .). B. Wn, 

f.owesville — C. B. Thompson. 

Orleans — \V. A. Bass. 

Reepsville — W. C. Kiser. 

MACON. 

Aquone — D. L. Haney. 

Franklin— S. H. Lyle, J. H. Fonts, W. A. 
Rogers, F. L. Siler. 

Highlands — Marv E. Lapham. 
MADISON. 

Barnard — W. B. Fortner. 

Big Laurel— I. E. Burnett. 

Canto— C. E. Roberts, W. H. Hughes. 

English— I. L. English. 

Hot Springs — E. J. Pecir. 

Joe — J. Reynolds. 

Marshall— Frank Roberts, W. J. Weaver, J. 
C. Tilson, J. W. Moore. 

Mars Hill— J. H. Baird, W. F. Robinson, J. 
W. Baird. 

Spring Creek— T. J. Frisbee, S. B. Woody. 

Walnut— A. J. McDevitt. 

MARTIN. 

Everetts — J. H. Saunders. 

Hamilton— M. I. Fleming, B. L. Long. 

Jamesville — J. E. Smithwick. 

Robersonville — W. H. Hargrove, R. J. Nel- 
son, J. E. Ward. 

Williamston— J. B. H. Knight. J. Tf. Saun- 
ders, W. E. Warn n, .1. S. Rhodes, Hugh 
B. York. 

Mcdowell. 

Dysartsville— W. W. Gilbert, Jno. 0. Sim- 
mons. 

Marion— B. L. Ashworth. B. A. Cheek. M. 
L. Justice. G. P. Justice, Guy S. Kirby, 
M. F. Morphew. 

Nealsville— J. L. D'oster. 

Old Fort— R. II. Garren, Dr. Freeman, Dr. 
Mcintosh. 

MECKLENBURG. 

Belmont— N. A. Orr. 

Chadwick — Leighton W. Hovis. 

Charlotte— J. S. Abernethy. Miles B. Aber- 
nethy, Annie L. Alexander. J. R. Alex- 
ander, J. A. Austin, Ftvd Austin, 
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, 
W. A. Graham, J. T. Hiatt, F. 
O. Hawley, A. M. Herron, John 
R. Irwin, Parks M. King, P. 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. Msbet, Brodie C. 
Nolle, W. W. Pharr, George W. Pressly, 
E. C. Register, Wm. M. Hunter, L. C. 
Keerans, Geo. W. Graham. L. B. Newell, 

B. J. Witherspoon. R. Z. Querry, 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- 



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der, W. T. Woodley, Win. Allen. L. W. 
Keerans, T. H. Wright, C. 11. < '. Mill-. 
II. S. Munroe, L. B. Newell, Q. R. Morri- 
son. R. II. Lafferty, II. F. Ray, F. D. 

Austin, J. S. Clifford, A. I). Glascock. 10. 

('. Boyette, J. T. Hiatt, W. M. Hunter. 
( nii't— S. M. Henderson. 
Davidson — Mary L. Martin, Robt. H. Laf- 
ferty, H. S. Munroe, J. P. Munroe, W. 

M. Stone, J. W. Summers, P. S. Easley, 

W. W. Wash am. 
linntersville— J. E. S. Davidson, Thos. M. 

McCov, W. W. < r:n n. T. F. Stevenson, 

R. G. Query, J. W. Wallace. 
Matthews— Henry Q. Alexander, Thos. N. 

Reid. 
Mint Hill— J. Mc. De Armond. 
X wells — V. MeK. Long. 
Pineville— W. R. Reid, J. S. Hood. 
Sardis — Lester W. Hunter. 

MITCHELL. 

Bakersville— M. F. Penland, V. R. Butt, 

F. P. Slagle. 
i ranberry — Charles Buchanan. 
K'l; Park— T. J. Proffit, J. R. Sutton, Dr. 

Bingham. 
T, dger — Miss Holeman. 
Montezuma— Dr. Goss. 
P'um Tree— K. H. Sloop. 
R 'lief — Isaac Bradshaw. 
Saginaw — Richard Bingham. 
Spruce Pine — Charles Peterson, C. G. 

Bryant. 

MONTGOMERY. 

■\sbury — F. E. Asbury. 

Riscoe— H. E. Bowman. J. A. Dowd. 

Mount Gilcad— Wilmer L. Grantham, C. B. 

Ingram. 
c tar — J. B. Shamberger. 

Chas. Paligny, James A. Sisk, A. F. 

Thompson, W. A. Simmons. 

MOORE. 

Aberdeen — A. H. McLeod. 

( imeron— Dr. Matthews. 

Carthage— Gilbert McLeod, H. M. Mathews, 

H. B. Shields. J. W. Wilcox, M. E. 

Street, Alex Kelly. 
P : gh Falls— A. H. Caveness. 
Jackson Springs — A. A. McDonald. 
!• uthem Pihi s— A. M. Blair. Edwin Glad- 
•i, Dr. Mudget, W. P. Swett. 

NASH. 

Pattleboro— H. B. Marriott. 

( astalia— T. A. Matthews, Ollie Coppedge. 

Finch— C. H. Brantlev. 

llesex— J. B. Phillips, Jr. 

Nashville— Jas. P. Battle, J. T. Strickland, 
H. H. Whittaker. 

Rnckv Mount— L. C. Covington, Robt. B. 
Miller, R. II. Speight, Jr.. J. P. White- 
head, W. H. Whitehead, W. P. Simpson. 

Spring Hope— W. M. Edwards, Hassell 
Brantley, S. B. Dew, E. M. Perry, L. H. 
Schubert. 

NEW HANOVER. 

Wilmington — Joseph Akerman, J. H. Al- 
ston, W. K. Anders. Charles D. Bell, 
W. J. H. Bellamy, R. H. Bellamy, C. H. 
Bauseman, D. W. Bullock, T. S. Bur- 



hank. J B. Cranm r. W. C. Galloway, 
Tims. M. Green, Wright Hall, George 
Honnett, A. II. Harris, (has. T. Harper, 
D. Koonce, A. D. McDonald, L. H. 
Love, W. D. McMillan, Thos. R. Mask, 
K. .1. Nixon, F. 11. Russell, Jno. T. 
Si honwald. W. E. Storm, George G. 
Thomas, Pride .1. Thomas, Ed. Jenner 
Wood, Jno. ('. W. ss.'U, Russell Bellamy. 

NORTHAMPTON. 

Conway— D. II. Reed. 

Garysburg \. .1. Ellis, T. W. M. Long, 

Wm. R. Squiir. 
Henrico — W. T. Moore. 
Jackson — H. W. Lewis, J. L. Lister. 
Lasker — R. P. Morehead. 
Margaretsville — R. H. Stancell. 
Rich Square — Mahlon Bolton, E. W. Lassi- 

ter. e 

Seaboard — M. R. Stephenson. 
Severn — T. O. Joyner. 
Vultare — Thos, H. "Valentine. 

ONSLOW. 

Jacksonville — E. L. Cox, Cyrus Thompson. 

B. L. Kellum. 
Riflilands— J. L. Nicholson, C. W. Sutton. 
Swansboro— F. H. Blount, W. J. Montford. 

ORANGE. 

Cedar Grove— C. M. Hughes, W. E. Murphy. 

Chapel Hill— E. A. Abenethy, I. H. Man- 
ning, C. S. Mangum, Wm. DeB. Mac- 
Nider. 

Hillsboro— C. D. Jones, William N. Mebane. 

PAMLICO. 

Bayboro— D. A. Dees, S. E. McCotter. 
Oriental— G. G. Bell, 0. C. Daniels, C. 

A. Flowers, Jr. 
Stonewall — Geo. S. Attmore. 

PASQUOTANK. 

Elizabeth Citv— W. J. Lumsden, 0. G. B. 
McMullan, J. E. Wood, C. W. Sawyer, 
J. B. Griggs, H. T. Aydlett, Isaiah Fear- 
ing, Zenas Fearing, H. D. Walker, A. L. 
Pendleton, C. B." Williams. 

Weeksville — E. W. Lister. 

PENDER. 

Atkinson — J. T. Hoggart. 

Burgaw— E. H. Adkins, R. H. Bradford, H. 

B. Thomas. 

Currie — Geo F. Lucas. 

Rocky Point — R. J. Williams. 

Top Sail Sound— L. L. Alexander. 

PERQUIMANS. 
Belvidere— Thomas N. White. 
Hertford— T. A. Cox, Thos. S. McMullan, 

W. M. Riddick, R. W. Smith, C. C. 

Winslow. 
Winfall— B. W. Hathaway. 
Woodville— T. M. Riddick. 
PERSON. 
Bethel Hill— John Merritt. 
Center Grove — P. G. Pritchett. 
Cunningham — J. F. Swann. 
Gordonton — R. S. Baynes. 
Hurdle Mills— J. I. Coleman. 
Leasburg — Joseph Thompson. 
Roxboro— W. A. Bradsher, W. T. Long, C. 

G. Nichols, O. P. Schaub, R. J. Teague, 

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PITT. 

Ayden — Joseph Dixon, M. T. Frizzell. 
Bethel— F. C. James, R. J. Grimes, G. F. 

Thigpen. 
Farmville — J. N. Bynuni, C. C. Joyner, 

David S. Morrill. 
Fountain — J. N. Moore. 
Greenville — Zeno Brown, Jenness Morrill, 

L. C. Skinner, Wm. Fountain, Chas. 

O'H. Laughinghouse, E. A. Moye, J. E. 

Nobles. 
Grifton— W. W. Dawson, W. C. Whitfield. 
Grimesland — C M. Jonea. 
Shelmerdine — L. E. Ricks. 
Stokes— T. G. Basnight. 
Winterville— B. T. Cox, J. H. Hudson. 

POLK. 
Columbus — J. G. McLaughlin. 
Fingerville — B. B. Lancaster. 
Mill Springs— H. H. Edwards. 
Saluda— E. M. Salley. 
Tyron— J. C. Kenworthy, Roy Eagle, Early 

Grady, H. J. Tarrigues. 

RANDOLPH. 
Ashboi-o— L. M. Fox, Samuel A. Henly, J. 

V. Hunter, W. J. Moore, D. J. Johnson. 
Caraway— A. M. Bulla. 
Cedar Falls— A. H. Redding. 
Coleridge — Dr. Welborn. 
Farmer — C. C. Hubbard. 
Fianklinsville — Thos. I. Fox. 
Fullers— J. D. Bulla, R. W. Myers, C. H. 

Phillips. 
Liberty— G. A. Foster, DeLacy Foust. 
Ramseur— S. W. Ca'ddell, C. S. Tate. 
Randleman— D. L. Fox, W. I. Sumner, 

Paul R. McFadyen. 
Seagrove — R. J. Malone. 

RICHMOND. 

Hamlet— J. I. Fowlkes, H. F. Kinsman. 
Pegues — A. C. Everett. J. H. Williamson. 
Rockmgham— F. J. Garrett, N. C. Hunter, 

J. M. Ledbetter, L. D. McPhail, W. H. 

Steele, W. P. Webb. 

ROBESON. 
Fairmont— J. P. Brown, Wm. F. Stephens. 
Kingsdale — W. H. Rowland. 
Lumber Bridge — T. L. Northrup, Thomas 

Stamps. 
Lumberton — R. B. Beckwith, John Knox, 

T. C. Johnson. T. D. Kitchen, W. A. 

McPhail, R. M. Norment, T. A. Nor- 

ment, H. T. Pope, R. G. Rosier,, S. B. 

Rosier, N. A. Thompson. 
Maxton — J. D. Croom, A. B. Croom, M. 

R. Gibson, L. R. Kirkpatrick, H. W. 

McNatt. 
Parkton — Dan Currie. 
Raeford — A. P. Dickson. 
Red Springs— W. H. McKinnon, Ben F. 

McMillan, J. R. McMillan, H. H. Hod- 
gin. 
Rowland— Wm. E. Evans, G. W. Pate, 

Howard Reedv. 

ROCKINGHAM. 
Leaksville— A. B. Johns, S. L. Martin, T. 

G. Tavlor, J. B. Wray, John Swcaney, Ai<- 

drew "Tuttle. 
Madison — C. A. Baird. R. C. Matherson, 

W. J. Wilson, Thomas Taylor. 
Mayodan — J. W. Harrison. 



Monroeton — J. W. Johns! 

New Bethel— J. T. Stewart. 

Reidsville— T. K. Ba] ley, S '■ Jett, J. W. 
McGeehee, J. C. Mill-. \. B. ^bernathy. 

Ruffin — Charles Wharton. 

Stoneville — T. A. Boaz, James !■". Dicks. 

Wentworth — Sam Ellington. 
ROWAN. 

China Grove — G. J. Atkins, J. B. «■ 
G. A. Ramseur, K. M Summerell, J. V. 
Madures. 

Cleveland— W. F. Chenault. 

Craven — G. M. Van inn'', C. M. Poole. 

Enochsville — Banks Withers. 

Gold Hill— J. F. Fitzgerald. 

Granite Quarry — J. II. Peeler. 

Landis — B. 0. Edwards. 

Mount Ulla — Geo. A. Brown. 

Salisbury — R. V. Brawley, Julius A. Cald- 
well, Jeff. B. Council, E. B. Clement, W. 
L. Crump, E. Rose Dorsett, Robt. L. 
Rowan. I. Henrv Foust, II. G. Heilig, W. 
W. McKenzie, J. E. Stokes, 11. T. Trail- 
tham, R. M. West, John W. Whitehead. 

Spencer— J. G. Busby, H. L. Monk, M. L. 
Smoot, J. W. Young. 

Woodleaf— G. M. Monk. 

RUTHERFORD. 

Bostic— R. F. L. No. 1, G. M. Chapman. 
Caroleen— 0. Hicks, T. G. Hamrick, L. B. 

Harrell. 
Cliffdale— J. B. Thompson. 
Cliffside — R. M. Andrews. B. M. Haynes. 
Forest City— W. C. Bostic, Geo. P. Reid, 

G. E. Young, T. C. McBrayer. 
Henrietta — Romeo Hicks, C. B. Wiseman, 

T. B. Lovelace. 
Rutherfordton— U. H. Biggs, E. B. Harris, 

J. W. Harris, Henrv Norris, W. A. 

Thompson, T. B. Twitty, J. C. Twitty, 

A. A. Rucker, Philip Norris. 
SAMPSON. 
Clinton— Frank H. Holmes, Marian Cooper, 

A. M. Lee, John A. Stevens, Houston B. 

Hiatt. 
Dunn, R. F. D.— R. II. McLean. 
Ingold — Henry Sloan. 
Harrells Store— W. I. Taylor. 
Kerrs— C. S. Kerr. 
Newton Grove — R. B. Wilson. 
Roseboro— Paul Crumpler, G. B. Sikes. 
Taylor's Bridge— J. 0. Matthews. 

SCOTLAND. 

Fontcol— Wm. G. Shaw. 

Gibson— J. S. Gibson, M. R. Gibson, Neil 

M. McLean, W. T. Pate. 
Laurinburg— K. A. Blue, Geo. D. Ever- 

ington, A. W. Hamer, Peter John, Peter 

McLean, D. M. Prince . 

STANLY. 
Albemarle — J. N. Anderson, J. Clegg Hall, 

W. r. Hill, J. F. Latan, V. A. Whitley. 
Big Lick— P. E. Hartsell. 
Millingpost— D. P. Whitley. 
New London — Joseph A. Allen. 
Norwood — T. A. Hathcock, Jr. 
Palmersville— B. F. D 
Whitney— J. I. Campbell. 

STOKES. 
Urim— .1. J. Leake. 
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Danbury— W. L. McCanless, W. V. Can- 
less, S. F. Tiilotson. 

Francisco — S. A.Moir. 

Germanton —Wad,' II. Bynum, L. H. Hill. 

King, K. 1". 1). No. L— W. C. Slate. 

Madison— D. C. Dicks. 

Meadows— J. W. Neal. 

Mizpah— J. VV. Slate. 

Pinnacle— J. S. Slate. 

Sandy Ridge— J. 11. Islington. 

Smith, R. F. D. No. 1— VV. B. Moore. 

Vade Mecum— R. H. Morefield. 

Walnut Cove— Elias Fulp, A. G. Jones. 

SURRY. 

Devotion — A. R. Joyce. 

Dobson— W. M. Stone, John R. Woltz, E. 
W. Currie. 

Elkin— J. W. Ring, J. M. Reece. 

Ludonia — K. Thompson. 

Mount Airy— E. W. Allred, T. B. Ashby, 
Ed. M. Hollinjrsworth, J. M. Hollings- 
worth, R. E. Hollinsrsworth, J. B. Hol- 
lingsworth, W. C. Mebane, W. S. Tay- 
lor, C. S. Lawrence. 

Pilot Mountain— R. E. L. Flippen, J. L. 
Woltz, J. B. Smith. 

Rockford — D. F. HolcomDe. 

Siloam— S. T. Flippen. 

Westfield— S. N. Flippen, R. D. Flippen, 
J. T. Smith. 

SWAIN. 

Almond— J. A. Cooper, Jas. DeHart. 
Bryson City— A. M. Bennett, Dan R. 

Bryson, Robt. L. Davis. 
Bushnell— J. E. T. Welch. 
Cherokee— Russell D. Holt. 
Whittier— J. H. Teag'.ie. 

TRANSYLVANIA. 

Brevard— Goode Cheatham, Edwin S. En- 
glish, H. H. Garner, C. W. Hunt, M. 
M. King, W. J. Walhs. 

Penrose — A. E. Lyday, W. M. Lyday. 

Rosman — Whitfield Brooks. 

TYRRELL. 

Columbia— J, L. Spruill, W .W. Stancell. 

UNION. 

Marsh ville— R. Armfield, M. P. Blair, W. 

A. Dees, D. R. Perkins. 
Matthews— W. H. Price, R. F. D. No. 28. 
Monroe— J. E. Ashcraft, J. M. Blair, J. 

B. Eubanks, Geo. B. Nance, Jno. W. 
Neal, S. A. Stevens, H. D. Stewart. 

Olive Branch — H. Moses Brooks. 
Unionville— Van McK. Long, W. H. Smith, 

A. D. N. Whitley. 
Waxhaw— L. E. Guin, H. C. Houston, W. 

R. McCain. 
Wingate — J. R. Jerome. 

VANCE. 

Dabney— C. D. Wyche. 

Henderson— E. F. Fenner, R. J. Gill, F. 

R. Harris, A. S. Pendleton, John H. 

Tucker. 
Kittrell— W. T. Carstarphen. 
Middleburg — William McAllister. 

WAKE. 
Apex— R. W. Johnson, Chas. B. Wilkerson. 
Bangor— 0. L. Ray. 
Cardenas— J. M. Judd, H. H. Utley. 



Cary— J. M. Templeton, R. Wingate John 
son. 

Enno— B. W. Burt. 

Falls — S. W. Thompson. 

Flint— L. P. Sorrell. 

Fuquav Springs — J. A. Sexton. 

Garner— J. S. Buffalo. 

Gullev's Mill— N. M. Blalock. 

Holly Springs— B. S. Utley. 

McCullers— J. J. L. McGullers. 

Morrisville— W. H. Boone. 

Neuse, R. F. D. No. 2— H. H. Mashburn. 

Raleigh— C. 0. Abernethy, Albert An- 
derson, K. P. Battle, Jr., A. T. Cotten, 

E. Delia Dixon-Carroll, E. B. Ferebee, 

A. VV. Goodwin. Catherine P. Hayden, 

F. J. Havwood, Hubert Haywood, W. C. 
Horton, C. L. Jenkins, T. M. Jordan, 
\. W. Knox, R. H. Lewis, R. S. 
McGeachey, J. W. McGee, J. W. McGee, 
Jr., James McKee, Wm. Moncure, Jas. 
R. Rogers, H. A. Royster, W. I. Roys- 
ter, Ralph S. Stephens, H. McKee Tucker, 
Joel Whitaker, John B. Watson, J. W. 
McKee, J. J. Barefoot. 

Raleigh. R. F. D. No. 7— B. D. Mashburn. 

Riley— M. L. Fowler. 

Rolesville — L. B. Young. 

Vanteen— J. A. J. Penny. 

Wakefield— G. M. Bell. 

Wake Forest— Fred K. Cook, H. H. Harris, 
S. P. Holding, J. B. Powers, W. S. Ran- 
kin. 

Wendell— H. P. Underbill. 

Willow Springs— C. F. Dowd. 

Zebulon — Z. M. Cavenes-s. 

WARREN. 

Littleton— Willis Alston, Willis Alston, Jr., 

B. Ray Browning, J. M. McRay. 
Macon— M. P. Perry. 
Ridgeway — T. B. Williams. 
Warrenton— P. J. Macon, F. S. Packard, 

J. G. King, Chas. H. Peete. 

Wise— T. J. Holt. 

WASHINGTON. 

Creswell— J. L. Hassell, W. H. Hardison. 

Plymouth— A. W. Dissoway, W. H. Ward. 

Roper— B. F. Halsev. J. W. Speight. 
WATAUGA. 

Amantha— E. F. Bingham. 

Banner's Elk — Chas. Reid. 

Blowing Rock— C. J. Parlear. 

Boone — J. Walter Jones, Joseph M. Hodges. 

Happy Valley— McD. Little. 

Mabel — Frank Greer. 

Valle Crucis— Henry Perry. 
WAYNE. 

Eureka— Geo. R. Benton. 

Fremont— L. 0. Hayes, G. A. Smith, W. T. 
Turlington. 

Goldsboro— J. R. Byers, W. H. H. Cobb, 
W. H. Cobb, Jr., W. P. Exum, W. W. 
Faison, Theo. L. Ginn. W. J. Jones, 
J. B. Kennedy, W. K. Lane, R. E. 
Lee, R. B. Miller, W. E. Powell, M. E. 
Robinson, R. A. Smith, John Spicer, Wil- 
liam Spicer. 

Mount Olive— L. W. Komegay, W. C. Steele : 
Mel. Tatum. 

Pikeville— E. C. Person. 

Seven Springs— W. J. Jones, W. G. Sutton, 

Walter— W. B. Crawfoid. 



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WILKES. 

Clingman — C. L. Cook. 

Dellaplane— R. W. S. A-gram. 

North Wilkesboro— J. E. Duncan, F. C. 

Gilreath, W. P. Horton, J. Q. Myers. 
Osbornville — L. P. Somc/s. 
Reedy Branch— A. J. Eller. 
Wilkesboro— J. M. Turner, J. W. White. 

WELSON. 

Black Creek— H. R. Hoover, R. L. Pas- 

chall. 
Elm City — J. S. Harrison, E. G. Moore, 

R. B. Whitley, B. F. Barnes. 
Lucama — Wm. D. Crocker, Isaac W. Lamm. 
Statonsburg — S. H. Crocker. 

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. 



YADKIN. 

Boonville— T. L. Blackwell, E. M. Hutch- 
ins, Thad W. Shore, J. L. Speas. 
Chestnut Ridge — C. M. Holcombe. 
East Bend— W. G. Leak, J. H. Martin. 
Huntsville — J. J. Clingman. 
Jonesville — H. C. Salmons. 

Yadkinville— T. R. Harding, M. A. Roy- 
all, S. L. Russell. 

YANCEY. 

Bald Creek— L. Whittington. 
Bee Log — W. A. Peek. 

Burnsville— W. M. Austin, C. P. Edwards, 
J. B. Gibbs, J. L. Ray, W. B. Robert- 
son. 

Celo— J. M. Fairchilds. 

Higgins C. H. Morgan. 

Micaville— J. B. Ewing, J. M. Hall. 
Prices Creek— W. C. Towe. 



Practicing Dentist in North Carolina. 



Adams, A. J. — Carv. 
Alexander, A. W.— Mt. Holly. 
Alexander, C. L. — Charlotte. 
Allen, R. T.— Lumberton. 
Allen, T. A., Jr. — Hendersonviile. 
Anderson, B. R. — Boonville. 
Anderson, R. P. — Mocksville. 
Apple, R. O. — Winston-Salem. 
Apple, Troy A. — Winston-Salem. 
Arnold, O. H. — Wilmington 
Arrington, B. F — Goldsboro. 
Austin, Joe H. — Clavton. 
Baird, C. D.— Franklin. 
Baity, H. F.— North Wilkesboro. 
Baker, L. P., — King's Mountain. 
Baldwin, A. M. — Wilmington. 
Banks, C. H. — Louisburg. 
Banner Jno. E. — Mt. Viry. 
Bardin, J. B. — Cerro Gordo. 
Barm s, E. D. — Jaeksonvqille. 
Battle, J. J.— Rocky Mount. 
Beam, C. M. — Charlotte. 
Bender, O. J.— Pollocksville. 
Berryhill, A. M.— Charlotte. 
Bess, C. M.— North Brook. 
Betts, J. S. — Greensboro. 
Biddix, J. C— Hickory. 
Biggs, J. D. — Williamston. 
Blackwell, J. P. — Townsville. 
Bland, Chas. A.— Charlotte. 
Bland, M. A.— Clrarlotte. 
Blum, Jas. A. — Winston-Salem. 
Bogert, C. P.— Edenton. 
Boothe, R. S. — Warrenton. 
Boyett, C. S.— Chapel Hill. 
Boyette, J. M. — Wadpsboro. 
Boyette, W. J. — Mapleton. 
Brooks, J. H. — Burlington. 
Brooks, S. 0.— Charlotte. 
Broughton, Ernest H. — Raleign 
Erown, Benj. B. — Tarboro. 
Brown, W. H. — Bakersville. 
Buchanan, C. T. — Cranbury. 
Burton, E. A. — Greensboro. 
Caldwell, D. S.— Charlotte. 
Campbell, Paul — Muifreeshoro. 
Carlton, F. D.— Statesville. 



Carlton, J. D.— Salisbury. 
Carlton, J. W. — Spencer. 
Carr, Geo. A. — Durham. 
Carr, I. N. — Durham. 
Carr, R. L.— Greenville. 
Carroll, N. G.— Raleigh. 
Carson, Henry H. — Hendersonviile. 
Castleberry, F. D. — Raleigh. 
Chambers, E. O. — Asheville. 
Chamblee, F. G. — Spring Hope. 
Clapp, J. C. — Greensboro. 
Clark, I. D. — New Bern. 
Clark, M. H. P.— Wilmington 
Clavton, W. L.— High Point. 
Click, E. G.— Elkin. 
Coffey, L. M. — Lincolnton. 
Cole, R. S.— Rockingham. 
Conrad, W. J. — Winston-Salem. 
Crawford, E. A. — Burlington. 
Crawford, J. H. — Raleigh. 
Cripliner, W. L. — Lexington, 
Cromartie, A. S. — Clarkton. 
Cromartie, H. R. — Raeford. 
Croom, J. D\, Jr. — Maxton. 
Culbreth, N. A. — Wilmington. 
Ctilbreth, N. M.— Whitevilli 
Cutchin, R. S.— WhitaKers. 
Dameron, L. S. — New Bern. 
Daniels, H. C. — Salisbury. 
Darden, Percy — Clinton. 
Davis, I. H.— Oxford. 
Davis, W. Ross — Whiteville. 
Davidson, H. C. — Mt. Mourne. 
Deaton, Jas. — Ether. 
Deyton, Dewitt — Bakersville. 
Douglass, S. E. — Raleigh. 
Dreher, J. H. —Wilmington. 
Dtilla, William — Morgan ton. 
Durham, B. J. — Asheville. 

Durham, J. H. — Wilmington. 
Edmundson, J. R. — Wilson. 
Edwards, L. M. — Durham. 
Edwards, W. H. — Durham. 
Ehringhaus, J. C. E, Elizabeth City. 

Eubanks, F. W. — Hendersonviile. 
Evans, E. -J. Old Fort. 
Everett, Jas. B. Murfreesb 



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PRACTICING DENTISTS IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Everitt, D. E.— Raleigh 
Ezzell, W. Lee— Charlotte. 
Ezelle, W. L.— Concord. 
Falk, O. C— Maxton. 
Falls, P. R.— Gastonia. 
Faulkner, Thos. H. — Kinston. 
Feagin, G. M. — Albemarle. 
Fitzgerald, W. C. — Albemarle. 
Fleming, A. H. — Louisburg. 
Fleming, J M. —Raleigh. 
Folger, Roscoe R. — Mt. Air}-. 
Ford, S. C. — Louisburg. 
Foreman, J. W. — Asheville. 
Fort, C. D. H.— Oxford. 
Foster, Albert — Bowbells. 
Fox. Lawrence S. — Salisbury. 
FTazier, A. E. — High Point. 
Frazier, F C. — Trinity. 
Frontis, Shelby — Mooresville. 
Fry, K. C— Hickory. 
Gaither, F. B. — Harmonv. 
Gallagher, R. T. — Washington. 
Gambell, J. C. — Crumplrr. 
Gamble, J. C. — Crumpler. 
Gardner, J. D. — Ahoskie. 
Geer, J. L. — Rutherfordton. 
Gettys, J. H.— Forest City. 
Gibson, H. B. — Red Springs. 
Gibson, J. L. — Laurinburg. 
Gidney, L. I. — Charlotte. 
Gill, R. J. — Henderson. 
Gillaspie, L. D. — Burnsville. 
Gilman, J — Jacksonville 
Glenn, C. F.— Asheville. 
Glenn, E. F. — Gastonia. 
Goodwin, Jas. C. — Dunn 
Gorham, L. R. — Rocky Mount. 
Goss, T. S.— Elizabeth" City. 
Graham, R. F. — Lumberton. 
Gray, Wm. F. — Wad sboro. 
Green, Edward — LaGrange. 
Green, E. S. — Monroe. 
Green, G. S., Jr. — Louisburg. 
Gregory, S. W.— Elizabeth City. 
Griffin, E. J — Edenton. 
Griffith, J F.— Salisbury. 
Griffith, J. W. — Greensboro. 
Grigg, M. W. — Shelbv. 
Gwyn, F. P.— Elk Park. 
Hair, H. B. — Wilmington. ' 
Hall, B. F.— Asheville. 
5 Hall, C. B.— Prospect. 
Hall, R. H.— Goldsboro. 
Hand, W. L.— New Bern. 
Hargrave. Theo. H — Canton. 
Harper, H. D. — Kinston. 
Harper, W. B. — Castalia. 
Harris, M. M. — Elizabeth Cit} . 
Harris, T. W— Littleton. 
Harriss. F. S. — Henderson . 
Hartsell, W. K. — Randleman. 
Hauser, L. A. — Wilkesboro. 
Hawes, I. L. — Rose Hill. 
Hawkins, T. M. — Sandy Ridge 
Haves, Wm. A. — High Point. 
Hearn, F. E.— Svlva 
Henderson, H. C.— Charlotte. 
Henderson, L. B. — Durham. 
Henderson. L. V. — Oxford. 
Hendrix, II. M. — China Grove. 
Henly, F. A.— Tr 13 . 
Herndon, W. T. — Laurinburg. 



I llerr, G. G. — Southern Pines. 
Herring, G. F.— Mt. Olive. 
Herring, Herdia C. — Concord. 
1! 1 ring, J. C. D.— Wallace. 
Hester, J. N. — ReidsvLle. 
Hicks, D. N.— Mt. Airy. 
Hicks, J J.— Henry. 
Higgins, W. H. — Franklin. 
Highsmith, C— Enfield. 
Highsmith, J. K. — Favetteville. 
Hilliard. S. P.— Rocky Mount. 
Hines, W. E. — Warsaw. 
Hoffman, Wm. H. — Gastonia. 
Iloggard, J. W. — Severn. 
Holland, A. B.— Caroleen. ■ 
Holland, N. T.— Smithfhld. 
Holliday, R. F.— Clinton. 
Hooks, Oscar J. — Wilson. 
Horton, II. Y. — Winston-Salem. 
Horton, P. E. — Winston-Salem. 
Houston, W. B. — Monroe. 
Houston, W .C. — Concord. 
Howen, E. W. — Waxhaw. 
Hughes, C. N. — Cedar Grove. 
Humphrey, L. M. — Greensboro. 
Hunt, F L. — Asheville 
Hunter, Exum L. — Favetteville. 
Huntley, Roy M. — Wadesboro. 
Hurdle, J. A.— Milton. 
[hrie, Jno. H. — Pittsboro. 
Ihrie, J. Haughton — Sanford. 
Ivi'v. R. W. — New Lonf.on. 
Jacobs, J. M. — Woodland. 
James, D. L. — Greenvi>'.e. 
Jamison, I. W. — Charlotte. 
Jennings, R D'. — Banner Elk. 
Jennings, R. W. — Banners Elk. 
Jeter, I. P. — Morganton. 
Johnson, A. H. — Greensboro. 
Johnson & Baldwin — Wilmington. 
Johnson, J. C. — Benson. 
Johnson, Jno. N.— Goldsboro. 
Johnson, L. A. — Greensboro. 
Jones, B. C.— Charlotte 
Jones, R. H. — Winston-Salem. 
Judd, J. H.— Favetteville. 
Justice, Zora K.— Davidson. 
Kea, James E. — Wilmington. 
Keerans, E. P.— Charlotte. 
Kerans, Jas. L. — Charlotte. 
k ieeh, J. P.— Tarboro. 
King, R. E. — Beaufort. 
Klopp, J. D.— Siler City. 
Kluttz, L. B.— Alb-marie. 
Laugenour, P. F.— Statesville. 
Lee, E. Gordon — Clinton. 
Lee. S. P. J.— Smithfield. 
LeGette, W.— Taylorsville. 
Lcggett, J. L. — Hertford. 
Lemon, C. H.— Rowland. 
Lewis, G. T.— Tabor. 
Lipscomb, Chas. T.— Greensboro. 
Little, C. A.— Newton. 
Little, J. B.— Newton. 
Little, R. A.— Newton. 
Liverman, A. C— Scotland Neck. 
I.oekhart, D. K. — Ashboro. 
Long, B. R. — Roxboro. 
Long. W. S., Jr.— Graham. 
Lynch, Wm.— Chapel Hill. 
Macon, Francis A. — Henderson. 
Madron, E. M.— Banners Elk. 



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Maguire, Daisy — Sylva. 

Malone, S. E. — Goldsboro. 

Mann, H. L. — Middleton 

Mann, I. M. — Asheville. 

Mann, L. H. — Washington. 

Mann, Louis H. — Middletown. 

Manning, M. P. — Bethel. 

Mathews, J. E. — Wilmington. 

Marler, J. G. — Yadkin ville. 

Marler, W. H.— Hickory. 

Martin, C. L. — Madison. 

Martin, E. F.— Edenton. 

Martin, W. T.— Benson. 

Mason, Jas. H. — Atlantic. 

McCall, S. H.— Troy. 

McCombs, Wm. S. — Murphy. 

McConnell, D. E. — Gastonia. 

MeCracken, F. W. — Sanford. 

McCracken, Jas. H. — Durham. 

McDaniel, J. A.— Ivanhoe 

McDowell, C. H. — Waynesville. 

Mclver, D. C. — Maxton. 

McLaughlin, A. R. — Charlotte. 

McLean, J. H. — Brevard. 

McManus, D. C. — Thoms^ville. 

McNeely, S. H.— Canton. 

McPhai'l, Isaiah — Hamlet. 

Meador, J. R. — Reidsville. 

Mitchell, T. J.— Mt. Airy. 

Mizzell, W. G.— Windsor. 

Moose, E. W. — Lenoir and Taylorsville. 

Moore, Wm. Paul — Jackson. 

Morey, A. H. — Hendersonville. 

Morris, C. P. — Lillington 

Morrison, R. J.— Cherryville. 

Morrow, R. M. — Burlington. 

Morton, C. L. — Madison. 

Mott, Carlton B.— Statesville. 

Newberry, J. Hallie. — Warsaw. 

Nichols, R. T. — Rockingham. 

Nickles, J. R. — Lynn. 

Nixon, F. J. — Mt. Mourne. 

Norris, S. P. — Raleigh. 

Osborne, J. C. — Lawndale. 

Osborne, J. R.— Shelby. 

Overstreet, Norman L. — Whitakers. 

Owen, D. V.— Whittier 

Parker, Henry R. — Trenton. 

Parker, J. M. — Ashevill<\ 

Parker, Z. V.— New Bern. 

Parrott, D. W.— Kinston. 

Pate, P. B.— Gibson. 

Patrick, Jno. C. — Black Mountain. 

Patterson, Geo. B. — Favetteville. 

Terkins, Frank E. — High Point. 

Perry, E. S.— Littleton. 

Fhillips, Gertrude — Atlantic. 

Phillips, Jno. M. — Yadkinville. 

Pickens, C. W. — Weaversville. 

Pickens, J. T. — Weaversville. 

Pittard, J. T. — Henderson. 

Pittman, F. H.— Tairmont. 

Pitts, H. C— High Point. 

Powell, G. M. — Poteeasi. 

Powell, Jas. W.— Whit-fville. 

Pringle, A. J.— Smith, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Proffitt, D. R. — Weaversville. 

Proffitt, Z. P.— Bald Creek. 

Ramsey, J. F.— Asheville. 

Ramsey, \V. B. — Hickory. 

Ramsev, R. L. — SaiUt>u"v. 

Rav. D. S.— Clinton. 



Ray, H. F.— Bald I i 
Reade, A. P. — Durham. 
Redfearn, B. C. — Monroe. 
Reece, J. M. — Mt. Airy. 

Reese, R. W.— Elkin. 
Reeves, Cicero A.— Laurel Springs. 
Reeves, R. H. — Asheville. 
Regan, C. W. — Laurinburg. 
Regan, J. D. — Lumberton. 
Reid, J. G. — Marion. 
Reid, L G. — Li noir. 
Richardson, E. E. — Leaksville. 
Richardson, Jam.- I ( irthage. 

Riddick, C. R.— Elizabeth City. 
Riley, Jas M. — Lexi.ngton. 
Roach, Jr., J. A. — Madison. 
Roby, W. M.— Charlotte. 
Rogers, R. G. — Apex. 
Ross, T. T.— Nashville. 
Ross, T. T.— Weldon. 
Rothrock, J. M. — Thomasville. 
Rouse, J. W.— Pikeville 
Rowe, Charlie — Sprue • Pine. 
Rowe, W. W. — Greensboro. 
Sapp, Carey C. — Winst m-Salem 
Satterfield, H. E.— Durham: 
Scarlett, E. H.— Selma. 
Self, I. R.— Lincoln! 
Shackelford, E. W. — Durham. 
Sharp, Jno. W. — Pinkt' n. 
Sharp, J. W. B.— Dresden. 
Sherrill, R. G.— Raleigh. 
Sinclair, D. M. — Marion. 
S'nclair, Jas. A.- — Asheville. 
Sinclair. W. T. — Norwood. 
Sloan, C. S.— Wallace. 
Smathers, B. F. — Wayn sville. 
Smathers, H. A. — Canton. 
Smathers. J. H. — Waynr-i.vil e. 
Smathers. Wexler — Ashevi lie. 
Smith, Chas. E. ^Salisbury. 
Smith, George — Stonv Fork. 
Smith, (!. W.— Hopkins. 
Smith, L. T.— Reidsville 
Smith, Thos. M.— Polkton. 
Smith, W. T.— Wilmington. 
Smithson, C. F. — Rocky Mount. 
Smithwick, D. T. — Louisburg. 
Snell, Henderson — Washington. 
Snipi s, W. E. — Menola. 
Sprinkle, W. A.— Whittier. 
Spurgeon, J. S. — Hillsboro. 
Squires, 1{. M. — Salisbury. 
Staley, W. J.— Liberty. 
Stanley, J. W. — Wilmington. 
Staton, Prank I..- Morehead I ity. 
Steele, W. L. — Rockingham. 
Stephens, R. W. Apex. 
SI cphenson, J. W. — Moj i 
Taylor, A. Z. — Mocksville. 
rayl ir, W. A North Willi <boro. 
Taj lor, W. I.. W u renton. 
Teague, < !eo. M. -Albemarle. 
I in tnpson, < '. A. — Wi'son. 
Thompson, J. S.— Swcpsonville. 

Thompson, J. \V. — Andrews. 

Thompson, S. E. Durham 

Tucker, Edwin B I [pndi rson 

Tucker, E. J. Rcxl 

Turner, Chas. \ Statesville. 

Turner, V. E. Ral 

\'an Nop] (ii, .i. ,i Spray. 



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PRACTICING DENTISTS— BANKS AND BANKERS. 



Vitoue. E. Chas. — Goldsboro. 

Waldroope, R. M. — Bryson City. 

Waldroupe, V. M. — Haj'esville. 

Wallace. W. T. — Hendersonville. 
Walters, II. M. — Warrenton. 
Walters, II. X. — Henderson. 
Ward, W. J.— Weldon. 
Ware, R. E.— Shelby. 
Warren, J. E. — Mayodan. 
Watkins, J. C. — Winston-Salem. 
Watson, D. F. — Carthage. 
W T atson, E. F.— Clinton. 
Watson, Robt. — Lake Landing. 
Webster, Julian — Wilmington. 
Weeks, W. N.— Southport. 
Wells, A. S. — Washington. 
West, C. P. — Beaverville. 
Wheeler, J. H. — Greensboro. 
Whisnant, A. F. — Rutherfordton. 



Whisnant, J. F. — Henrietta. 
White, Jas. A. — Williamston. 
While, .1. H.— Elizabeth City. 
White, L.— Statesville. 
White, W. A.— Hickorv. 
Whitehead, C. A.— Tarboro. 
Whitsett, Geo. W. — Greensboro 
Wilkins, Thos. A. — Gastonia. 
Willey, H. S.— Elizabeth City. 
Williams, Jr., Donald — Tarboro. 
Wilson, 0. L. — Dunn.' 
Wood, T. A.— Shelby. 
Wolfe, T. B.— Plymouth. 
Wyche, Jas. E. — Greensboro. 
Young, J. A. — Trenton. 
Yates, Paul P. — Morrisville. 
Yelverton, J. Hugh— Wilson. 
Younce, Phillip C. — Mabel. 
Young, W. H. — Newton. 
Zickler, C. R.— Charlo'-.e. 



Banks and Bankers in North Carolina. 



Ahoskie; Capital $12,- 
T. Williams; Cashier, 



Bank 
Con- 



and 



State Banks of North Carolina. 

I ABERDEEN— Bank of Aberdeen; Capital, 

, $15,000; President, H. A. Page; Cashier, 

, J. W. Graham. 

AHOSKIE— Bank of 

500; President, J. 

D. R. MeGlohon. 
ALBEMARLE — Cabarrus Savings 

(branch of Cabarrus Savings Bank, 

cord) ; Cashier, M. J. Harris, Jr. 
ALBEMARLE— Stanlv Countv Loan 

Trust Co.; Capital, $25,000; President, J. 

R. Price; Cashier, J. M. Peeler. 
ANDREWS — Merchants and Manufacturers 

Bank: Capital, $10,000; President, W. P. 

Walker; Cashier, J. W. .Walker. 
APEX — M.rchants and Farmers Bank; Cap- 

tal, $5,000; President, W. H. Harward; 

Cashier, J. R. Cunnincham. 
ASHBORO— Bank of Randolph; 

$21, too ; |', >i,l,., lt . O. R. Cox; 

W. J. Armfield. Jr. 
ASHEVILLE— Batterv Park Bank; 

$100,000; President. James P. 

Cashier. J. E. Rankin. 
ASHEVILLE— Citizens Trust and 

Bank; Capital, $50,000; President, E 

Rav: Cashier, J. A. Campbell. 
ASHEVILLE— Wachovia Loan and Trust Co. 

(branch of Wachovia Loan and Trust Co., 

Winston); Cashier, W. R. Williamson. 
AULANDER— Bank of Aulander; Capital, 

$8,000; President, C. W. Mitchell; Cash- 
ier. J. W. Mitchell. 
AU/RORA— Bank of Aurora: Capital, $10,- 

000; President, J. B. Whitehurst; Cash- 
ier. O. M. Hooker. 
AYDEX— Bank of Ayden; Capital $25,000; 

President, Joseph Dixon: Cashier, J. R. 

Smith. 
BAKERSVILLE— Mitchell Countv Bank; 

Capital, $18,700; President, J. S. Wilson; 

Cashier, E. C. Guv. 
BAYBORO— Bank of Pamlico; Capital, $10,- 

000; President, W. .1. Swan: Cashier, C. 

Greene. 
BEAUFORT— Bank of Beaufort; Capital, 



Capital, 
Cashier, 

Capital. 
Sawyer ; 

Savin as 
L. 



$10,000; President, T. A. Uzzell; Cashier,! 

Thomas Thomas. 
BEAUFORT— Beaufort Banking and Trust 

Co.; Capital, $15,000; President, N. W. 

Taylor; Cashier, U. E. Swann. 
BELHAVEN— Bank of Belhaven; Capital, 

$25,000; President, C. P. Avcock; Cashier, 

W. E. Stubbs. 
BELMONT— Bank of Belmont; Capital $10,- 

000; President, R. L. Stowe; Cashier, W. 

B. Puett. 
BENSON — Farmers Commercial Bank; Cap- 
ital, $5,100; President, J. O. Ellington; 

Cashier, M. T. Britt. 
BESSEMER CITY— Bessemer City Bank; 

Capital, $5,000; President, L. L. Jenkins; 

Cashier, John J. Ormond. 
BETHEL— Bethel Banking and Trust Co.: 

Capital, $5,600; President, M. 0. Blount; 

Cashier, W. H. Woodard. 
BLACK MOUNTAIN— Commonwealth Bank; 

Capital, $10,000; President, J. W. Dough- 

erty; Cashier, S. E. McNeelv. 
BLOWING ROCK— Bank of Blowing Rock; j 

Capital, $5,000: President, C. J. Parlier; 

Cashier, G. M. Sudderth. 
BOONE— Watauga County Bank; 

$10,000; President, N L. Mast; 

George P. Hagaman. 
BREVARD— Brevard Banking Co.; 

$25,000: President, J. F. Hays; 

F. H. Shipman. 
BREVARD— People's BanK; Capital, $14,000; 

President, T. T. Patton; Cashier, W. P. 

Whitmire. 
BRYSON CITY— Bryson City Bank; Capital, 

$5,000; President. D'. K. Collins; Cashier, 

J. R. Long. 
BURGAW— Bank of Pender; Capital $12,500; 

President, W. D. Oroom; Cashier, C. C. 

Rranch. 
BURLINGTON— Alamanc Loan & Trust Co. 

Capital, $60,000: President, J. H. Holt; 

Cashier, J. M. Fix. 
BURLINGTON— Pi'dmonl Bank; Capital, 

$10,000; Presid nt. J. W. Murray; Cashier, 

II. Lee Fowler. 



Capital, 
Cashier, 

Capital, 
Cashier, 



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BURNSYILLE— Bank of Yancey; Capital, 
-I-.'IOO; President, J. W. Higgins; Cash- 
ier, J. M. Lyon. 

CANTON— Champion Bank; Capital, $10,000; 
President, G. \Y. Maslin; Cashier, O. M. 
Hampton. 

CANTON— Bank of Canton; Capital, $11,75.?; 
President, Alden Howell; Cashier, G. N. 
Henson. 

CARTHAGE— Bank of Carthage; capital, 

$10,000; President, W. J. Adams; Cashier, 

D. S. Rav. 
CARTHAGE— Bank of Moore; President, H. 

L. Spence; Cashier, M. G. Dalrvmple. 
CHADBOURN— Bank of Chadbourn'; Capital, 

$10,000; President, J. A. Brown; Cashier, 

D. C. Clark. 
CHAPEL HILL— Bank of Chapel Hill; Cap- 
ital. $15,000; President, J. C. Taylor; 

Cashier, W. D. Wildman. 
CHAPEL HILL— People's Bank; Capital, 

$5,000; President. H. H. Williams; Cash- 
ier. H. Lloyd. 
CHARLOTTE— American Trust Co.; Capital, 

$350,000; President, George Stephens; 

Treasurer, W. H. Wood. 
CHERRYVILLE— Cherryville Bank; Capital, 

$15,000; President, S. S. Mauney; Cash- 

ier, M. L. Mauney. 
CHINA GROVE— Bank of China Grove; 

Capital, $10,000; President, C. B. Miller; 

i ashier, W. C. Sifferd. 
CLARKTON— Bank of Bladen; Capital, $15,- 

000; President, L. B. Evans; Cashier, E. 

C. Clark. 
CLAYTON— Clavton Banking Co.; Capital, 

$10,000; President, Ashley Home; Cashier, 

C. M. Thomas. 
CLEVELAND— Merchants & Farmers Bank; 

Capital, *5.ii(Ki; President, J. A. Lyerly; 

( ashier, Clarence H. Rosebro. 
CLINTON— Bank of Clinton; Capital, $20,- 

000; President, L. A. Bethune, Cashier, 11. 

McKinnon. 
CLINTON— Bank of Sampson; Capital, $15,- 

000; President, G. A. Norwood, Jr.; 

Cashier, W. F. Peterson. 
COLUMBIA— Merchants and Farmers Bank; 

Capital, $10,000; President, B. F. Dun- 
can: Cashier. R. H Snruill. 
CONCORD— Cabarrus Savings Bank; Capital 

$96,000; President, H. I. Woodhouse; 

Cashier. C. W. Swink 
CONCORD— Citizens Bank and Trust Co.; 

Capital, $30,000; President, A. J. Yorke; 

Cashier, C. B. Warmer. 
COOLEEMEE— Bank of Cooleemee; Capital, 

$5,000; President, J. B. Mason; Cashier, 

J. H. L. Rice. 
CORNELIUS— Bank or Cornelius; Capital, 

$19,500; President, K. C. Sherrill, (ashier, 

J. T. Beard. 
CREEDMOOR— Citizens Bank: Capital, 

$10,000: President, Z. E. Lyon; Cashier, 

I. E. Harris. 
I Rl S\l ELL The Bank of Creswell; Capital, 

$4,900; President, Thos. \V. Blounl : I lash 

ier, D. E. Woodlev. 
DALLAS— Hank of Dallas; Capital, $10,1 : 

President, L. L. Jenkins; Cashier, M. A. 

Carpenter. 



DAN BURY— Bank of Stokes County; Capi- 
tal, $10,000; President. M. T. 'chilton; 
I a.shier, N. Eugene Pepper. 

DAVIDSON— American Trust Co. (branch of 
American Trust Co., Charlotte); Cashier, 
W. H. Thompson. 

DENTON— Bank of Davidson; I ipita . 
000 (chartered.) 

DOBSON— Surry County Loan and Trust 

Co., (branch of Surry Co. Loan and Trust 

Co., Mt. Airy); Cashier, R. C. Lewellvu. 
DOYER— Bank of Dover; Capital, $5,000; 

President. G. V. Richardson; Cashier, 

W. H. Caton. 
DUKE— Bank of Harnett; Capital, $10,000; 

President, B. N. Duke, Cashier, E. P. 

Davis. 
DUNN— Bank of Cape Fear; Capital, $9,000; 

Prsident, J. E. Wilson; Cashier, W. T. 

Honevcutt. 
DURHAM— Fidelity Bank; Capital, $100,000; 

President, B. N. Duke; Cashier, John F. 

Wily. 
DURHAM— Merchants Bank; Capital $26,900; 

President, C. C. Thomas; Cashier, P. S. 

Hutchins. 

EAST DURHAM— Peoples Bank; Capital, 

$10,000; President, Y. E. Smith; Cashier, 

J. W. Wilkinson. 
KDKNTON— Bank of Edenton: Capital, $50, 

000; President, Julien Wood; Cashier, E. 

C. Rea. 
EDENTON— Citizens Bank: Capital, s->;,.oo ll; 

President, W. T. Old; (ashier. Chas. 

H. Wood. 
ELIZABETH CITY— Citizens Bank; Capital, 

$25,000; President, O. MacMullan; Cashier, 

M. R. Griffin. 
ELIZABETHTOWN— Bank of Efizabethtown; 

Capital, $2,670; President. C. W. I.om; 

Cashier, J. M. Clark. 
ELK PARK— Mitchell County Bank (branch 

of Mitchell County Bank, Baskersville) ; 

Cashier, Harvey Bailey. 
ELLENBORO - Bank of ' Ellenboro; < lapital, 

$4,575; President, 1). B. Han-ill; Cashier, 

W. S. Simmons. 

ELM CITY— Elm City Bank; Capital, $10,- 

000; President, John L. Bailey; Cashier, 

E. O. McGowan. 
ELM CITY— Toisnol Banking Co.; Capital, 

$20,000; President, R. S. Wells; Cashier, 

( '. It. Barnes. 
ENFIELD— Bank of Enfield; Capital, $10, 

000; President, G< irge B. Curtis; Cashier, 

hey \\'ats..n. 
ENFIELD Commercial and Farmers Ba 

Capital. $in.iioo; President, S. C. Bella- 
my: Cashier, I'. O. Petwav. 
FAIR BLUFF- Hank of Fair Bluff; I apital, 

$10,000; President, J. E. Dick; Ca 

J. F. Rogers. 

FAIRMONT Hank of Fairmonl ; I apital, 

$9,500; President, A. S. Thompson; Cash- 
ier, V. L. Blue. 
FAISOM Hank of Faison; ( apital, $1 
President. C. S. Hines; Cashier, II. 

M.I) Williams, 
r VRMVILLE ran', i " I irmvi I : < apital, 
$10,000: I't sidi nt. R. L. I>a\ i-; ' ashier, 
.1. I!. Davis. 



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BANKS AND BANKERS IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



FOREST CITY— Bank of Forest City; Capi- 
tal, $15,400; President, G. E. Young:; 
Cashier, W. W. Hicks. 

FRANKLIN— Bank of Franklin; Capital, 
$18,700; President, F. S. Johnston; Cash- 
ier. J. G. Siler. 

FRANKLIN— Macon County Bank; Capital, 
$25,000; President, J. A. Porter; Cashier, 
Lee Crawford. 

FRANKLINTON— Citizens Bank; Capital, 
$15,000; President, E. J. Cheatham; 
Cashier, W. F. Joyner. 

FREMONT— Bank of Fremont; Capital, $24,- 
400; President, J. T. Hooks; Cashier, 
Cutlar Lee. 

GARYSBURG— Merchants and Farmers Bank; 
Capital, $7,460; President, A. J. Ellis; 
Cashier, R. L. Reese. 

GASTONIA— Gaston Loan and Trust Co.; 
Capital, $15,000; President, J. Lee Rob- 
inson; Treasurer, E. G. McLurd. 

GATESVILLE— Bank of Gates; Capital, 
$10,000; President, L. L. Smith; Cashier, 
R. R. Taylor. 

GIBSON— Bank of Gibson; Capital, $15,000; 
President, W. T. Pate; Cashier, L. M. 
Blue. 

GIBSONVILLE— Bank of Gibson ville; Capi- 
tal, $10,000; President, W. H. Menden- 
hall; Cashier, J. W. Boring. 

GOLDSBORO— Bank of Wavne; Capital, 
$125,000; President, E. B. Borden; Cash- 
ier, W. E. Borden. 

GRAHAM— Citizens Bank; Capital, $10,000; 
President, J. A. Long; Cashier, C. C. 
Thompson. 

GRANITE FALLS— Bank of Granite; Capi- 
tal, $8,000; President, D. H. Warlick; 
Cashier, W. S. Whisnant. 

GREENSBORO— American Exchange Bank; 
Capital, $300,000; President, E. P. Whar- 
ton; Cashier, R. G. Vaughn. 

GREENSBORO— Bank of South Greensboro, 
(branch of American Exchange Bank, 
Greensboro) ; Cashier, R. J. Mebane. 

GREENSBORO— Greensboro Loan and Trust 
Co.; Capital, $200,000; President, J. W. 
Frv; Treasurer, W. E. Allen. 

GREENVILLE— Bank of Greenville; Capi- 
tal, $25,000; President, R. L. Davis; 
Cashier. James L. Little. 

GREENVILLE— Greenville Banking and 
Trust Co.; Capital, $25,000; President, 
R. J. Cobb; Cashier, C. S. Carr. 

GRIFTON— Bank of Grifton; Capital, $10,- 
000: President, L. J. Chapman; Cashier. 
G. T. Gardner. 

GROVER— Bank of Grover; Capital, $5,000; 
President, J. F. Jenkins; Cashier, B. F. 
Turner. 

HALIFAX— Bank of Halifax; Capital, $4,450; 
President, W. H. S. Burgwyn; Cashier, F. 
H. Gregory. 

HAMILTON— Bank of Hamilton; Capital, 
$5,000; President, C. H. Baker; Cashier, 
Ed. A. Council. 

HAMLET— Bank of Hamlet; Capital, 0,500. 
President, E. A. Lackey; Cashier, J. S. 
Bishop. 

HENDERSON— Citizens Bank; Capital $100,- 
000; President, J. B. Owen; Cashier, W. 
A. Hunt. 



HENRIETTA— Haynes Bank; Capital, $6,- 
000; President, R. R. Haynes; Cashier, 
J. B. Watkins. 

Ill RTFORD— Hertford Banking Co. ; Capital, 

$15,000; President, \V. S. Blanchard; 
Cashier, L. W. Norman. 

HICKORY— Hickory Banking and Trust Co.; 
Capital, $35,000; President, J. F. Aber- 
nathy; Cashier, J. X. Reid. 

HIGH POINT— Hon-,. Banking Co.; Capital, 

$27,895; President, T. F. Wrenn; Cashier, 

G. F. Kirby. 
HIGH POINT— North Carolina Savings Bank 

and Trust Co.: Capital Stock, $98,220; 

President, O. K. Cox; Cashier, L. A. 

Briles. 
HIGH POINT— Wachovia Loan and Trust 

Co., (branch of Wachovia Loan and Trust 

Co., Winston); Cashier, C. L. Glenn. 
HILLSBORO— Bank of Orange; Capital, $5,- 

000; President, J. S. Spurgeon; Cashier, 

P. C. Collins. 
HOPE MILLS— Bank of Hope Mills; Cap- 
ital. $5,100; President, H. W. Lilly; 

Cashier, E. W. Lasley. 
HOT SPRINGS— Bank of' Hot Springs; Cap- 
ital, $10,000; President, Thomas Frisbee; 

Cashier, G. E. Naff 
JACKSON — Bank of Northampton: Capital, 

$5,000; President, J. I. Flvlhe; Cashier, 

H. H. Grant. 
JACKSONVILLE— Bank of Onslow; Capital, 

$8,000; President, J. W. Burton; Cashier, 

N. S. Cockran. 
JEFFERSON— Bank of Ashe; Capital, $15,- 

000; President, .1. E. Finley; Cashier, W. 

H. Worth. 
JONESBORO— Bank of Jonesboro; Capital, 

$6,000; President. J. L. Godfrev; Cashier, 

A. W. Huntley. 
KENLY— Bank of Kenly; Capital. $10,000; 

President, R. A. Hales; Cashier, R. H. 

Alford. 
KERNERSVILLE— Bank of Kernersvilla; 

Capital, $7,500; President, W. H. Men- 

denhall; Cashier, G. V. Fulp. 
KERNERSYILLE— Forsyth Banking & Trust 

Co.; Capital, $0,750; President, J. Van 

Lindley; Cashier, J. M. Guvei. 
KINGS MOUNTAIN— Kings Mountain Bank; 

Capital, $10,000; President, F. Dilling; 

< ;i liier. W. S. Dilling 
KINGS MOUNTAIN— Peoples Loan and Trust 

Co.; Capital, $6,920; President. C. J. 

Rhodes; Cashier. M. E. Herndon. 
LAGRANGE— Bank of LaGrange; Capial, 

$10,000: President, G. A. Norwood, Jr.; 

Cashier, J. D. Walters. 
LAGRANGE— Rouse Banking Co.; Capital, 

$25,000; President, N. J. Rouse; Cashier, 

T. R. Rouse. 
LAURINBURG— Stat ■ Bank; Capital, $40,- 

000; President, J. A. Jones; Cashier, W. 

H. Cooper. 
LEAKSVILLE— Bank of Leaksville; Capital, 

$30,000; President, D. F. King; Cashier, 

A. T. Hopper. 
LENOIR— Bank of Lenoir; Capital, $40,000; 
Pr - ; i] nt G. W. F. Harper; Cashier, J. 

H. Ball. 
LEXINGTON— Bank of Lexington; Capital, 



BANKS AND BANKERS IX NORTH < AROLINA. 






$50,000; President, G. W. Montcastle; 
Cashier, W. H. Mendenhall. 

LIBERTY— Bank of Liberty;, Capital, $10,- 
000; President, G. a. Foster; Cashier, 
W. M. Hammer. 

LILESVILLE— Bank of Lilesville; Capital, 

$10,000; President, J. F. Alexander; ( ash- 

ier, B. R. Wall. 
LILLINGTON— Bank of Lillington; Capital, 

$6,800; President, N. A. Smith; Cashier, 

H. T. Spears. 
LITTLETON— Bank of Littleton; Capital, 

$10,000; President, J. H. Harrison; Cash- 
ier, H. F. Bonney. 
LITTLETON— Planters Bank; Capital, $9.- 

225; President, T. J. Miles; Cashier, M. 

J. Grant. 
LOUISBURG — Farmers and Merchants Bank; 

Capital, $23,500; President, William 

Bailey; Cashier, T. W. Watson. 
LUMBERTON— Bank of Lumberton; Capi- 
tal, $50,000; President, A. W. McLean; 

Cashier, C. B. Townsend. 
MADISON— Bank of Madison; Capital, $20,- 

000; President, J. M. Galloway; Cashier, 

J. O. Ragsdale. 
MANTEO— Bank of Manteo; Capital, $5,200; 

President, R. C. Evans 1 , Cashier, R. 

Bruce Etheridge. 
MARION — Merchants and Farmers Bank; 

Capital, $27,000; President, T. F. Wrenn; 

Cashier, R. F. Burton. 
MARSHALL— Bank of French Broad; Capi- 
tal, $25,000; President, J. J. Redmon, 

Cashier, W. B. Ramsey. 
MARSHVILLE— Bank of Marshville; Capital 

$10,000; President, J. H. Lee; Cashier, W. 

E. McWhirter. 
MAXTON— Bank of Maxton; Capital, $40,- 

000; President, T. O. Evans; Cashier, O. 

C. Spaulding. 
MEBANE — Commercial and Farmers Bamc; 

Capital. $8,000; President, J. B. Mason; 

Cashier, S. G. Morgan. 
MILTON— Bank of Caswell; Capital. $5,000; 

President, R. L. Watt; Cashier, E. 

Hines. Jr. 
MOCKSY1LLE— Bank of Davie; Capial, $20,- 

000; President, W. A. Bailev; Cashier, 

T. J. Byerly. 
MONROE— Bank of Union; Capital, $50,- 

000; President, W. S. Blakeney; Cashier, 

W. C. Stack. 
MOORESVILLE— Bank of Mooresville; Cap- 
ital, $30,000; President, Geo. C. Good- 
man: Cashier, C. P. McNeelv. 
MOORESVILLE— Merchants and Farmers 

Bank; Capital, $24,125; President, E. W. 

Brawlev; Cashier, A. W. Colson. 
MOREHEAD CITY— Bank of Cartel; 

ital, $20,000; President, R. W. Taylbr; 

Cashier, C. V. Webb. 
MORUANTON— Bank of Morganton; Capital, 

$16,000; President, J. A. Dickson; Cash- 
ier, W. E. Walton. 
MORVEN— Bank of Morven; Capital, $19,- 

800; President, T. V. Hardison; Cashier, 

M. L. Ham. 
MOUNT AIRY— Bank of Mount Airv; Cap- 

ital; $50,000; President, J. II. Prather; 

( lashii i , W. J. I'.-. 



Capital, 
Cashier, 



MOUNT AIRY—Surry County Loan and 

Trust Co.; Capital, $22,500; President, 
W. F. Carter; < ashier, G. D. Faw 
MOUNT GILEAO— Bank of Moui 

Capital, $10,000; President, J. A. Mc- 
Aulay; Cashier, W. B. Cockian. 

MOUNT HOLLY— Mount Hollj Ba 
ital, $10,500; President, II. A. Rhyne; 

< ashier, J. A. Costner. 

VIOl \ r OLIVE— Bank of Mount ! 

i apital, $25,000; Presidi nt, W. E. 
Cashier, M. T. Breazeale. 
UOI XT OLIVE— Citizens Hank: 

$14,850; President, J. E. Kelly 

J. E. Morrisette. 
MOUNT PLEASANT— Caban. is 

Bank, (branch of Cabarrus Savings Bank, 

< oncord) : < ashier, L. J. Foil. 
L'RFREESBORO— Peoples Bank; Capital, 
$10,00i : Pri sident, D. I !. Barni -: Cash- 
i l . 1'. E. Jenkins. 

Ml UPHY— Bank of Murpny; Capital 

(100; Presiuent, John 11. Carl r; Ca 

L. E. Bayless. 
XTR PHY— Peoples BanK; Capital, $16,000; 

President, A. B. Dickey; Cashier, J. R. 

McClelland. 
>. \>IIVILLE— Bank of Nashville; Capital, 

$5,000; President, S. F. Austii 

W. G. Dozier. 
NEW BERX— Mutual Aid Banking Co.; 

Capital, $3,801.59; President, (X C. 

Roach; Cashier, J. H. Fisher. 
NEW B^JRN— New Bern Banking and Trust 

Co.; Capital, $200,000; President, J. B. 

Blades; Cashier, G. B. Pendleton. 
NEW BERN'— Peoples Bank; Capital, 

$50,000; President, Win. Dunn: < ashier, 

T. A. Czzell. 
NEWTON— Farmers and Merchants Bank; 

Capita], $35,000; President, J. H. 

Yimnt. Cashier, L. H. Phillips. 
Miitlll WILKESBORO— Bank of 

Wilkesboro; Capital, $50, P sident, 

.1. IX Finley; Cashier, K. W. Gwyn. 
NORTH WILKESBORO Citizens Loan and 

Trust Co.; Capital, $10, ; President, 

J. H. Johnson; Treasurer, 11. W. Horton. 
NORTH WILKESBORO Deposit and Sav- 
ings Bank; Capital, $20,000; President, 

W. F. Trogdon; Cashier, 11. O. tf)sher. 
NORWOOD Bank of Norw I: Capil il, 

$12,500; Presidi nt, T. \. Hathcock, Jr.; 

Cashier, L. VV. Hart 
OLD FORT— Bank of Old Fori : I apital, $8,- 

000; Presidi nt. L. P. < rawfo d; Ca 

F. M. Bradley. 
ORIENTAL- Bank of Oriental; < apital, 

$15,000; President, G. H. Roberts; I 

ier, .1. W. Miller. 
PARKTON Bank .it Parkton; I apil i 

800; President, John G, Hughes; « i 

I.. C. McArthur. 
PILOT MOI \T\I\ Pil.it Bank and Trust 

( .1.: i apital, - 15 r00; Presidi nt, W. \. 
Blair; < lashii r, W. J. Swanson. 

PINE Ll.\ LI. Bank of Pin. Level; Capi- 
ta] $5,000; President, D, P.. Oliver; I 
ier, R. L. Fitzgerald. 

PINETOPS Pinetop Banfcli Capital, 

ii. C. Bi idg rs; Cash- 
ier, J. Vim s Cobb. 



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BANKS \N1) BANKERS |\ NORTH CAKOLIXA. 



PITTSBORO— Bank of Pittsboro; Capital, 

sin. ikiii; President, \V. L. London; Cash- 
ier, M. T. Williams. 
PLYMOUTH— Bank of Plymouth; Capital, 

$12,500; President, \Y. T. Old; Cashier, 

(Ian nee Latham. 
P( U.I.i x !KSVTLLE— Pollocksville Banking 

and Trust Co.; Capital, $5,000; President, 

T. \. Green; Cashier, H. A. Creagh. 
RAEFORD— Bank of Raeford; Capital, $15.- 

000; President, John Blue; Cashier, John 

W. Moore. 
RALEIGH— Carolina ' Trust Co.; Caint.il, 

$ ,000; President, A. J. Ruffin; Cashier, 

S. J. Hinsdale. 
RALEIGH— Raleigh Banking and Trust Co.; 

Capital, $100,00; President, Charles E. 

Johnson; Cashier, F. H. Briggs. 
RAMSEUR— Bank of Ramseur; Capital $12,- 

I; President. W. H. Watkins; Cashier, 

R. I. Smith. 
RANDLEMAN— Bank of Randleman; Capi- 
tal, $12,000; President, S. Bryant; ( ash- 

ier, J. H. Cole. 
RANDLEMAN — Peoples Savings, Loan and 

Trust Co.; Capital, $7,265;" President, J. 

I Newlin; Cashier, W. H. Pickard. 
IRKD SPR1XOS— Bank of Red Springs; Cap- 
ital, $15,000; President, A. B. Pearsall; 

Cashier, J. S. Jones. 
REIDSYILLE— Bank of Reidsville; Capital, 
50.000; Vice-President, W. B. Wray; 

Cashier. J. F. Watlinsrton. 
REIDSVILLE— Citizens Bank; Capita 1 , $75,- 

000: President, H. R. Scott: Cashier, R. 

L. Watt. 
RICHLANDS— Bank of Richlands; Capital, 

$5,000; President, J. E. Steed; Cashier, 

<;. W. Whitted. 
RICHLANDS— Peoples 

93i ; President, C 

W. H. Henderson. 
RICH SQUARE— Bank of Rich Square; 

Capital, $5,000; President, J. T. Bolton; 

( ashier, Dr. M. Bolton. 
ROANOKE RAPIDS— ISank 



Bank; Capital, $4,- 
W. Sutton; Cashier, 



of 



Ruanoke 

Rapids; Capital, $5,000: President, W. H. 

S. Burgwyn; Cashier, S. 15. Pierce. 
ROBERSONVILLE— Bank of Robersonville; 

Capital, $15,000; President, R. H. Har- 
grove: (ashier, J. C. Robertson. 
RO< KIXi;H AM— Bank of Pee Dee; Capital, 

$25,000; President, W. L. Parsons; Cash- 

i' r. W. L. Parsons. 
ROCKINGHAM — Farmers Bank: Capital, 

$15,000; President, R. L. Steele; Cashier, 

L. s. Covington. 
ROCKY MOUNT— Bank of Rocky Mount; 

Capital, $100,000; President, T. H. Battle; 

Cashier, L. F. Tillerv. 
ROCKY MOUNT— Planters 

$50, : President, J. C. 

ier, J. W. Aycock. 
ROPER— Bank of Roper; 

President, T. W. Blount 

Davenport. 
Rose HILL— Bank of Rose Hill: 

$10,000; President, M. J. Hever 

W. B. Southerland. 
ROWLAND— Bank of Rowland; 

$40,000; President. Allen Edens 

W. F. Bristow. 



Bank: Capital, 
Braswell ; Cash- 
Capital, $20,000; 
Cashier, W. S. 



Capital, 
Cashier, 

Capital, 

Cashier, 



ROXBORO— Bank of Roxboro; Capital, $10,- 
000; President, E. B. Reade; Cashier, W. 
F. Long. 

ROXBORO— Peoples Bank; Capital, $40,000; 

President, J. A. Long; Cashier, J. S. 

Bradsher. 
RURAL HALL — Commercial and Farmers 

Bank; Capital, $7,200; President, S. S. 

Flvnt; Cashier, E. E. Shore. 
RUTHERFORDTON— Citizens Bank; Capi- 
tal $12,900; President, H. L. Carpenter; 

Cashier, A. L. Grayson. 
RITIIEKFORDTON — Commercial Bank; 

Capital. $1S,200; President, T. B. Twitty; 

Cashier, J. F. Flack. 
SALISBURY— Davis & Wilev Bank; Capital, 

$60,000; President, T. F. Kluttz; Cashier, 

O. D. Davis. 
SALISBURY— Wachovia Loan and Trust Co. 

(branch of Wachovia Loan and Trust Co., 

Winston); Cashier, W. F. Snider. 
SALUDA— Carolina State Bank; Capital, 

$5,000; President, D. C. Barrow; Cashier, 

H. B. Lane. 
SAXFORD— Bank of Sanford; Capital, $15,- 

000; President, T. L. Chisholm; Cashier, 

S. P. Hatch. 
SANFORD— Banking, Loan and Trust Co.; 

Capital, $25,000; President, A. W. Hunt- 
lev; Cashier. J. W. Cunningham. 
SCOTLAND XFCK— Planters and Commer- 
cial Bank; Capital $15,000; President, 

Claude Kitchin; Cashier, O. J. Moore. 
SCOTLAND NECK— Scotland Neck Bank; 

Capital, $25,000; President, A. McDowell; 

Cashier, F. P. Shields. 
SEABOARD— Farmers Bank; Capital, $6,000; 

President, J. G. L. Crocker; Cashier, H. 

R. Harris. 
SELMA— Bank of Selma; Capital, $25,000; 

President, M. C. Winston; Cashier, L. D. 

Debnam. 
SHARPSBURG— Sharpsburg Banking Co.; 

Capital, $7,000; President, John D. 

Dawes; Cashier, F. C. Gorham. 
SILER CITY— Chatham Bank; Capital, $5,- 

000; President, F. M. Hadley; Cashier, 

J. J. Jenkins. 
SILER CITY— Siler City Loan and Trust 

Co.: Capital, $15,000; President, O. A. 

Hanner; Cashier, E. B. Parks. 
SMITHFIELD— Bank of Smithfield; Capital, 

$30,000; President, W. L. Woodall; Cash- 
ier, C.V. Johnson. 
SNOW HILL— Snow Hill Banking and Trust 

Co.; Capital, $10,000; President, G. A. 

Norwood, Jr.; Cashier, J. T Sugg. 
SOUTHERN PINES— Citizens Bank and 

Trust Co.; Capital, $10,000; President, C. 

B. Grout; Cashier, G. A. Kimball. 
SOUTHPORT— Bank or Southport; Capital, 

$5,000; President, D. I. Watson; Cashier, 

J. J. Loughlin. 
SPARTA— Bank of Sparta; Capital, $15,000; 

President. R. A. Doughton; Cashier, T. J. 

SPENCER— Bank of Spencer; Capital, $5,- 
000; President, Dr. M. L. Smoot; Cashier, 
J. K. Dorsett. 

SPENCER— Wachovia Loan and Trust Co. 
(branch of Wachovia Loan and Trust Co., 
Winston); Cashier, A. W. Hicks. 



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SPRAY— Bank of Spray, (branch of Bank of 
Leaksville); Cashier, A. T. Hopper. 

SPRAY— Imperial Trust and Savings Co. ; 
Capital, $17,570; Vice-President, W. Frank 
Bowman; Treasurer, S. H. Marshall. 

SPRING HOPE— Farmers and Merchants 

Bank; Capital, $10,000; President, A. F. 
.May; Cashier, G. F. Crocker. 

SPRING HOPE— Spring Hope Banking Co.; 
Capital, $10,000; President, W. W. Rich- 
ardson; Cashier, \V. G. Ward. 

SPRUCE PINE— Mitchell County Bank, 

(branch of Mitchell County Bank, Bakers- 

ville) ; Cashier, Charlie Hicky. 
STANLEY — Farmers and Merchants Banic; 

Capital, $9,800; President, W. L. Jenkins; 

Cashier, J. M. Reinhardt. 
STATESYILLE— Statesville Loan and Trust 

Co.; Capital, $40,000; President, M. K. 

Steele; Treasurer, D. M. Ausley. 
STATESYILLE — Merchants and Farmers 

Bank; Capital, $20,319.92; President, L. 

T. Stimpson; Cashier, F. B. Bunch. 
STONEYILLE— Bank of Stoneville; Capital, 

$6,000; President, R. T. Stone; Cashier, 

C. K. Nolen. 
STOVALL— Bank of Stovall; Capital, $5,000; 

President, J. G. Hunt; Cashier, C. L. 

Lewis. 
SYLVA — Jackson County Bank; Capital, 

$12,000; President, C. J. Harris; Cashier, 

M. Buchanan. 

Tabor; Capital, $9,130; 
Pridgcn; Cashier, D. C. 



Tarboro; Capital, 
F. Shackelford; 



SjKO,- 

.ash- 



TABOR— Bank of 

President, C. C 

Fussell. 
TARBORO— Bank of 

000; President, J. 

ier, L. V. Hart. 
TARBORO — Pamlico Insurance and Banking 

Co.; Canital, $33,960; President, H. L. 

Staton; Cashier, Job Cobb. 
TAYLORSVILLK— Bank of Alexander; Cap- 
ital, $12,000; President, W. B. Matheson; 

Cashier, H. T. Kellv. 
THOM.vSVILLE— Bank of Thomasville; Cap- 
ital, $12,500; President, F. M. Armfield; 

Cashier, J. L. Armneld. 
TRENTON— Bank of Jones; Capital, $5,000; 

President, T. D. Warren; Cashier, F. M. 

Foscue. 
TROY— Bank of Montgomery; Capital, $10,- 

000; President, W. J. Armneld, Jr.; Cash- 
ier, J. G. Tomlinson. 
TR YON— Bank of Tryon; Capital, $10,000; 

President, Joseph Norwood; Cashier, J. B. 

Hester. 
VANCEBORO— Bank of Vanceboro; Capital, 

$5,000; President, VV. C. White; Cashier, 

J. B. Harvey. 
VINELAND— Bank of Columbus; Capital, 

$21,350; President, R. H. Powell; Cash 

ier, F. L. Ford. 
WADESBORO— Bank of Wadesboro; Capital, 

$50,000; President, T. J. Covington; 

Cashier, C. M. Burns, Jr. 
WADESHORO— Southern Savings Bank; 

Capital, $2.3,485; President, John T. Pat- 
rick; Cashier, W. M. Morton. 
WAKE FOREST— Bank of Wake; Capital, 

$15,000; President, J. B. Powers; Cashier, 

T. E. Holding. 



WALLACE— Bank of Duplin; Capital, $12,- 
500; President, H. C. Ma i 
ier, A. L. McGowen. 

WALNUT COVE— Bank oi Stoke9 ' 
(branch <>t' Bank of Stokes < punty, Dan- 
bury); Cashier, O. N. Petree. 

WARRENTON— Bank of Warren; < apital, 

$22,250; President, C. N. Williams, Jr.; 
Cashier, C. E. Jackson. 

WARRENTON— Citizens Bank; Capital, 
$20,01)0; President, W. B. Boyd; < a 
R. T. Watson. 

WARSAW— Bank of Warsaw; Capital, s]n,. 
000; President, T. B. Pierce; Cashier, II. 

F. Pierce. 

WASHINGTON— Bank of Washington; 

ital, $50,000; President, Seth Bridgman; 

i ashier, T. J. Latham. 
WAXHAW Waxhaw Banking and Trust 

Co.; Capital, $17,550; President, .1. L. 

Rodman; Cashier, J. A. Williams. 
WAYNESVILLE— Bank of Waynes 

Capital, $50,000; President, Alden 

ell; Cashier, Alden Howell, Jr. 
WAYNESVILLE— Commercial Bank; Capi- 
tal, $30,000; President, R. E. Osborne; 

Cashier, J. R. Bovd. 
WELDON— Bank of Weldon; I apital, 

000; President, W. E. Daniel; Cashier, 

W. R. Smith. 
\\ EXDELL Bank of Wendell: ( apital, $5,- 

000; President, R. I?. Whitlej : I 

M. C. Todd. 
WH1TAKERS— Bank of Whitakers; < apital, 

$10,000; President, W. T. Braswell; 

Cashier, W. J. Taylor. 
WHITEVILLE— Bank of Whiteyille; (apital. 

$10,000; President, J. B. Schulken; ' 

i(r, C. S. Hicks. 
WILKESBORO— Bank of Wilkes; ( apital. 

$15,800; President, R. A. Spainhour; 

ier, C. M. Sheets. 
WILLIAMSTON— Bank of Martin t 

Capital, $15,000; President, W. Martin; 

Cashier, J. G. Godaru". 
WILLIAMSTON— Farmers and Merchants 

Bank; Capital, $25,000; President, J. D. 

Biggs; Cashier, F. F. Fagan. 
WILSON— Branch Banking Co.; Capital, 

$100,000; President, J. C. Hales; Cashier, 

G. W. Stanton. 

WILSON— Citizens Bank; Capital, $50, I; 

President, R. G. Briggs; Cashier, W. M. 

Farmer. 
WINDSOR— Bank of Windsor; Cap 

000; President, Thomas Giilam; Cashier, 

W. L. Lvon. 
W 1 \ DSOR— Citizens Bank: (apital, $20,000; 

President, E. S. Askew; Cashier, M. B. 

Giilam. 
WINSTON SALEM Forsyth Savings and 

Trust Co.; Capital, $2,247; President, J. 

s. Bill; Cashier, P. M. Kennedy. 
WINSTON-SALEM Wachovia Loan and 

Trust Co.; Capital, $600,000; President, 

F. H. Fries; Treasurer, II. K. Shaffner. 
WINTERVILLE -Bank of Winterville; Capi- 
tal, $5,000; President, A. 0. Cox; 

ier, .1 L. Jackson. 
\\ i\Td\ Merchants and Fanm 

< apital. $10,000; President, John E. ( 

Cashier, J. P. Mitchell. 



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HANKS AND BANKERS IN NoKTH CAROLINA. 



WOODLAND— Farmers Bank: Capital, $5,- 
000; President, J. B. Griffin; Cashier, I. 
T. Blanchard. 

YAHKINVILLE— Bank of Yadkin: Capital, 
000; President, Benjamin Shores; 
Cashier, W. A. Hall. 

YAN< EYVILLE— Bank of Yancevville; Cap- 
ital, $5,000; President, B. S. Graves; 
( ashier, R. K. Lasley. 

YOUNGSVILLE— Bank of Youngsville; Cap- 
ital. - 1,000; President, J. B. Perry; Cash- 
it r. W. G. Riddick. 

ZEBULON— Bank of Zebulon; Capital, $7,- 
900; President, T. J. Horton; Cashier, F. 
E. Bunn. 

National Banks. 

ASHEBORO— The First National Bank of 
boro; Capital, $12,500; President, J. 
S. Lewis: Cashier, John M. Neely. 

ASHEVILLE— The American National Bank 
of Asheville; Capital, $150,000; President, 
Jno. H. Carter; Cashier, R. M. Fitzpat- 
rick. 

BURLINGTON— The First National Bank of 
Burlington; Capital, $50,000: President, 
J. A. Davidson; Cashier, A L. Davis. 

CHARLOTTE— The Charlotte National Bank; 
Capital, $250,000; President, B. D. Heath; 
Cashier, W. H. Twitty 

CHARLOTTE— The Commercial National 
Bank of Charlotte; Capital, $500,000; 
Pn sident, R. A. Dunn; Cashier, Addison 
G. Brenizer. 

CHARLOTTE— The First National Bank of 
Charlotte; Capital, $300,000; President, 
Henry M. McAden; Cashier, John F. Orr. 

CHARLOTTE— The Merchants and Farmers' 
National Bank; Capital, $200,000; 
President, G. E. Wilson; Cashier, W. C. 
Wilkinson. 

CHARLOTTE— The Union National Bank of 
Charlotte; Capital, $100,000; President, 
T. W. Wade; Cashier; H. M. Victor. 

CONCORD— The Concord National Bank; 
Capital, $100,000; President, D. B. Col- 
trane: Cashier, L. D. Coltrane. 

CREEDMOOR— The First National Bank of 
Creedmoor; Capital, $25,000; President, 
J. P.. Mason; Cashier, W. B. Lasley. 

DUNN— The First National Bank of Dunn; 
Capital. $25,000; President, D. S. Boykin; 
. ; .-t. T. C. Young-. 

DURHAM— The Citizens National Bank of 
Durham; Capital, $100,000; President, B. 
N. Duke; Cashier, J. B. Mason. 

DURHAM— The First National Bank of 
Durham; Capital, $150,000; President, J. 
S. Carr: Cashier, W. J. Hollowav. 

ELIZABETH CITY T — The First National Bank 
of Elizabeth City; Capital, $100,000; 
President, Charles H. Robinson; Cashier, 
Wm. T. Old. 

ELKIN— The Elkin National Bank; Capital, 
$25,000; President, A. Chatham; Cash- 
ier, A. Chatham, Jr. 

FAYETTEV1LLE— Fourth National Bank of 
Favetteville; Capital, $100,000; President, 
AY. H. W. Lilly; Cashier, Jno. O. Elling- 
ton. 

FAYETTEVILLE— The National Bank of 
Fayetteville; Capital, $100,000; President, 
W. A. Yanstory; Cashier, A. B. McMillan. 



FOREST ( [TY— The First National Bank of 
I i esl City; ( apital, $25,000; President, 
(i. E. roung; < ashier, W. VV. Hicks. 

GASTONIA— The Citizens National Bank of 
Gastonia; Capital, $50,000; President, R. 
P. Rankin; (ashier, A. G. Myers. 

GASTONIA— The First National Bank of 

Gastonia; Capital, $100,000; President, L. 

L. Jenkins; Cashier, S. N. Boyce. 
GOLDSBORO— The National Bank of Golds- 

boro; Capital, $50,000; President, Geo. A. 

Norwood, Jr. ; Cashier, G. C. Kornegay. 
GRAHAM — The National Bank of Alamance; 

Capital, $50,000; President, R. S. Mebane; 

Cashier, Chas. A. Scott. 
GREENSBORO— The City National Bank of 

Greensboro, (receiver, March 6, 1^J8) ; 

Capital, $100,000; President, W. S. 

Thomson; Cashier, Lee H. Battle. 
GREENSBORO— The Commercial National 

Bank of Greensboro; Capital, $200,000; 

President, F. B. Ricks; Cashier, F. C. 

Boyles. 
GREENSBORO— The Greensboro National 

Bank; Capital, $100,000; President, Neil 

Ellington; Cashier, Albert H. Alderman. 
GREENVILLE— The National Bank of 

Greenville; Capital, $50,000; President F. 

G. James; Cashier, F. J. Forbes. 
HENDERSON— The First National Bank of 

Henderson; Capital, $50,000; President, S. 

R. Harris; Cashier, S. T. Peace. 
HENDERSONVILLE— The First National 

Bank of Hendersonville; Capital, $50,000; 

President, W. J. Davis; Cashier, J. Mack 

Rhodes. 
HICKORY— The First National Bank of 

Hickory; Capital $200,000; President, A. 

A. Shuford; Cashier, K. C. Menzies. 
HIGH POINT— The Commercial National 

Bang of High Point; Capital, $150,000; 

President, J. Elwood Cox; Cashier, R. C. 

Charles. 
HIGH POINT— The First National Bank of 

High Point, (liquidation December 28, 

1907); Capital, $100,000; President, 

Wvatt J. Armfield; Cashier W. J. Arm- 
field, Jr. 
JEFFERSON— The First National Bank of 

Jefferson; Capital, $22,500; President, W. 

C. Greer; Cashier, S. G. Parsons. 
KINGS MOUNTAIN— The First National 

Bank of Kings Mountain; Capital, $25,- 

000; President, W. A. Mauney; Cashier, 

R. L. Mauney. 
KINSTON— The First National Bank of Kin- 

ston; Capital, $100,000; President, N. J. 

Rouse; Cashier, D. F. Wooten. 
KINSTON— The National Bank of Kinston; 

Capital, $100,000; President, E. F. Cox; 

Cashier, R. C. Strong. 
LAURINBURG— The First National Bank of 

Laurinburg; Capital, $25,000; President, 

A. L. James: Cashier, Thos. J. Gill. 
LENOIR— The First National Bank of Le- 
noir; Capital, $50,000; President, T. J. 

Lutz; Cashier, O. P. Lutz. 
LEXINGTON— The National Bank of Lexing- 
ton; Capital, r r 25,000- President, R. L. 

Burkhead; Cashier, Fred S. Hills. 
LILLINGTON— The National Bank of Lil- 

lington; Capital, $25,000; President, Rich- 



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127 



ard M. Nelson; Cashier, M. P. Hirsch. 

LINCOLNTON— The County National Bank 
of Lincolnton; Capital, $40,000; Presi 
dent, J. M. Rhodes; Cashier, W. E. 
Grigg. 

LINCOLNTON— The First National Bank of 
Lincolnton; Capital, $50,000; President, 
J. A. Abernethy; Cashier, Claude Ram- 
saur. 

LOUISBURG — The First National Bank of 
Louisburg; Caoital, $25,000; President, R. 
G. Allen; Cashier, P. R. White. 

LUMBERTON— The First National Hank of 
Lumberton; Capital, $50,000; President, 
Geo. B. McLeod; Casnier, H. M. McAllis- 
ter. 

MARION— The First National Bank of Ma- 
rion; Capital, $50,000; President, W. A. 
Conlev; Cashier, Geo. I. White. 

MONROE— The First National Bank of 
Monroe: Capital, $100,000; President, ,W. 
C. Heath; Cashier, Roscoe Phifer. 

MORGANTON— Tim First National Bank ol 
Morgantqn; Capital, $35,000; President, 
.i M. Kestler; Cashier. A. M. Ingold. 

MOUNT AIRY— The First Naional Bank of 
Mount Airy; Capital. $75,000; President, 
Geo. D. Fawcett; Cashier, T. G. Faw- 
cett. 

NEW BERN— The National Bank of New 
B rn; Capital, $100,000; President, James 

A. Brvan; Cashier, G. H. Roberts. 
NEWTON— The Shuford National Bank of 

Newton; Capital, $50,000; President, A. 

V Shuford; Cashier. A. H. Crowell. 
OXFORD— The First National Bank of Ox- 
ford: Capital, $25,000; President, R. W. 

Lassitev; Cashier, W. H. Hunt. 
OXFORD— The National Bank of Granville; 

Capital, $60,000; President, E. T. White; 

Cashier, H. G. Cooper. 
RALEIGH— The Citizens National Bank of 

Raleigh: Capital, $100,000; President, 

Joseph G. Brown; Cashier, Henry E. 

Litchford. 
RALEIGH— The Commercial National Bank 

of Raleigh; Capital. $100,000; President, 

B. S. Jerman; Cashier, H. W. Jackson. 
ROCKY MOUNT— The First National Bank 

of Rocky Mount; Capital, $25,000; Presi- 
dent. W. H. S. Burgwyn; Cashier, P. R. 
Capelle. 

SALISBURY— The Peoples National Bank 
of Salisbury; Capital. $100,000; President, 
D. R. Julian; Cashier, J. D. Norwood. 

SALISBURY— The First National Bank of 
Salisburv; Capital, $50,000; President, W. 

C. Coughenour; Cashier, W. H. White. 
SHELBY— The First National Bank of Shel- 
by; Capital. $100,000; President, Charles 
Coleman Blanton; Cashier, George Blan- 
ton. 

SHELBY— The Shell pv National Bank; Cap- 
ital. $50,000; President, O. L. Watts; 
Cashier, James T. Bowman. 

STATESVILLE— The First National Bank of 
Statesville; Capital $100,00.;; President, 
J. C. Irvin; Cashier. E. S. JVgram. 

TARBORO— The First Naitonal Hank of Tnr- 
boro; Capital. $50,000: President, Geo. A. 
Holderness; Cashier, Ed. Pennington. 



i \s\ m.i.i: rhi Firsl N 
Thomasvil 
('. F. Lambeth; Cashier, A. II. Ra 

WADESBORO The First Nal 

Wad sboro; Capital, 150,000; Pi .1 nt, 
J. D. Lak: \v. i.. Marshall. 

\\ \HI'V.Ti>\ Tli- l'ii-> \ i: 01 ll B 

Washington; Capital, 

Limes 1.. Fowle: Cashier, \. M. Dumay. 
VVAYNESVILLE The Firsl National 
i Wavnesville; Capital, $25,000; 

di nt, G. W. Maslin; Cashier, \\ . T. 

lock. 
WELDON— The Firsl National Bank p v 

don: Capital di nt, ffra. 11. 

S. Burs i I, I mm s T. Gooeh. 

WILMINGTON The \.va rican \ 

Bank of Wilmington; i a] 

President, W. li. Cooper; Cashier, Thos. 

E. Cooper. 

WILMINGTON— The Atlantic National Bank 
of Wilmington, (liquidation January IS, 
1908); Capital, $125,000; President, John 
S. Armstrong; Cashier, J. W. Yates. 

WILMINGTON— The Murchison National 
Bank of Wilmington; Capital, $550 
Pn sident, II. C. McQu ien : < lashi r, < I. 5. 
Grains' r. 

WILMINGTON— The Soul itional Bank 

of Wilmington; Capital, $200,000; ./resi- 
dent, Matt. J. Heyer; Cashier, C. N. 
Evans. 

WILSON— The First National Bank of Wil- 
son; Capital, $100,000; President, John 

F. Bruton: Cashier, W. E. Warren. 
WINSTON-SALEM— The Peoples National 

Bank of Winston; Capital, $300,000; Pres- 
ident, John W. Fries; Cashier, Wm. A. 
Blair. 
WINSTON-SALEM— The Wachovia Bank of 
Winston; Capital, $150,1 Presi- 

dent, Jus. a. Gray; 
Emory Gray. 

Savings Banks. 

CHARLOTTE— Southern Loan and S 

Bank; Capital, $50,000; President, I 

M. Scott; Cashier, W. L. Jenkins. 
DURHAM— Home Savings Bank; C 

$50,000; President, George W. H 

Cashier. W. W. Whitted. 
ELIZABETH CITY Sn I 

Co.; Capital, $25,000; President, W. T. 

Old; Cashier, H. G. Cram 
FAYETTEVILLE— Cumberland Savings and 

Trust Co.; Capital, $25,000; Pi 

F. H. Stedman; Cashier, C. W. Rankin. 
OOLDSBOUO— Goldsboro Savings and Trust 

Co.; Capital, $15,000; President, G. \. 

Norw 1. Jr. : I ashi r, II. C. Smith. 

MAW RIVER Granite .Savings ami 

Co.; I apital, $5,000; President. B. s. 

Robertson; Cashier, .r. A. Long. 
men POINT High Poinl Savings and 

Trust Co.: < ' '''• s - 

n Hilliard; Cashier, I".. L. Ragan. 
I. \i i;i\i;i RG Scotland Countj savings 

B ,,,;,; ( ,|.n il. $10,000; President, \. F. 

James; I a shier, Hinton James. 
i EXING TON— Commercial and 

Bank; Capital, $26,000; Pr ident, J. W. 

McCrary; Cashier, J. F. Deaderick. 



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BANKS AM) BANKERS C0TT03 \lll.l-. 



LUMBERTON— Robeson County Loan and 
Trust ( o. ; Capital, $10,000; Pn sid in, A. 
VV. McLean; Cashier, ;'. II. Morrow. 

MONROE— Savings, Loan and Tiu-i Co.; 
i apital, $25,000; Presidi nt, R. B. Red- 
win-: ( ashier, II. B. Clark. 

OXFORD— Oxford Savings Bank and Trust 
i o.; Capital, $16,300; President, II. G. 
Cooper; Sec'y and ha-.. W. T. Yancey. 

RALEIGH Mechanics Savings Bank; Capi- 
tal, $15,000; President, (has. E. Johnson; 
Cashi' r, Walters Durham. 

RALEIGH Raleigh Savings Hank; capital, 
$15,000; President, John T. Pullen, Cash- 
ier, Charles Root. 

RALEIGH— Wake County Savings Bank; 

Capital, $15,000; President, T. B. Crow- 

der; Cashier, W. W. Vass. 
ROCKINGHAM— Richmond Countv Savings 

Bank; Capital, $15,000; President, W. L. 

Parsons; Cashier, W. L. Scales. 
ROCKY MOUNT— Rocky Mount Savings 



and Trust Co.; Capital. $10,000; Presi- 
dent, T. H. Battle; Cashier, F. P. Spruill. 

WASHINGTON— Savings and Trust Co.; 
Capital, $50,000; President, B. G. Moss; 
( ashii i. .1. B. Sparrow. 

WILMINGTON— Atlantic Trust and Banking 

Co.; Capital, $50,000; President, M. J. 

Hi \ it; Cashier, Milton Calder. 
WILMINGTON— Peoples Savings Bank; Cap- 
ital, $65,000; President, H. C. MacQueen; 

Cashier, F. W. Dick. 
WILMINGTON— Wilmington Savings - and 

Trust Co. ; Capital, $100,000; President, J. 

W. Norwood; Cashier, C. E. Taylor, Jr. 
WILSON — Wilson Trust and Savings 

Capital, $10,000; President, John F 

ton; Cashier, E. T. Barnes. 

Private Banks. 
GREENSBORO— Home Savings Bank; 

ital, $25,000; President, C. A. Brav; 

ier. T. Glenn. 
WILMINGTON— Hugh MacRae & Co. 

ital, $10,000. 



Bar.k; 
Bru- 



Cap- 
Cash- 

Cap- 



Cotton, Silk and Woolen Mills. 



(Abbreviations- 
Post-office. 



-Cotton, c; silk, 
Name of Mill. 



woolen, w; 

Capital 

Stock. 

Albemarle Efird Mfg. Co., c 200,000 

Albemarle Wiscassett. c 183,200 

Asheville Asheville c 250.000 

Asheville Elk Mountain c 225,000 

Belmont Chronicle, c 100.000 

Belmont Imperial 175,000 

Belmont Majestic, c 200,000 

Bessemer City Bessemer City, c 200,000 

Bessemer City Crescent, c 

Bessemer City J. C. Huss & Co 

Bessemer City. . .Smith, c 50,000 

Bessemer City Southern, c 275,000 

Bessemer City Vermont, c 80,000 

Biscoe Francis Cotton Mills, c. 125,000 

Brevard Transvlvania, c 75,000 

Brookford Brookfud, c 183,100 

Burlington Aurora c ••$ 

Burlington Belle view c 

Burlington Elmira < 210,000 

Burlington Gleno- c 112,000 

Burlington Glen Raven c 150,000 



Burlington E. M. Holt Plaid Mills c. . 40,000 

Burlington Hopedale c 60,000 

Burlington Lakeside c 88,000 

Cameron Came.'on, c 11,200 

Caroleen Henrietta, c 675,000 

Cedar Falls Ceda:- Falls Mfg. Co. c... 125,000 

Central Falls .. ..Worth ATfg. Co., No. 2, c 

Chapel Hill Alberta, c 75,000 

Charlotte Anchor, c £4.000 

Charlotte Atherton. c 175,000 

Charlotte Barnhardt Mfg. Co. c 24,400 

Charlotte Chadwick - Hoskins Co. 

No. 1, c 1,800,000 

Charlotte Chadwick-Hoskins Co. c 

Charlotte Chadwick-Hoskins Co. c 

Charlotte Chadwick - Hoskins Co., 

No. 4, c 

Charlotte Charlotte Cordage Co. c. 40,000 

Charlotte Continental, c 100,000 



finishing, f.) 

Secretary. Treasurer No. 

or Owner. Spin'les. 

Efird 17,000 

Cannon 50,000 

Cone 10,112 

Devenish 

Stowe 10,000 

Stowe 10,316 

Stowe 10,944 

Smith 9,000 

Whitney 

Huss &'Co 

Smith 

Caesar Cone, Rec 16,000 

L. L. Jenkins, Rec. 5,000 

A. W. E. Capel 7,680 

C. M. Cooke, Jr 4,000 

H. J. Shuford 21,000 

Eugene Holt 17,952 

T. Ashley Blvthe 3,328 

J. H. Holt 6,500 

L. Banks Williamson. 5,000 

J. E. Gant 3,000 

Lynn B. Williamson 

Lynn B. Williamson.. 6,200 



J. 


s. 


J. 


F. 


F. 


W. 


D. 


G. 


R. 


L. 


R. 


L. 


S. 


P. 


J. 


A. 


c. 


E. 


J. 


C. 


J. 


A. 



J. H. Holt... 3,500 

C. H. Teague 1,500 

D. H. Jenkins 75,000 

J. S. McAllister.... 4,352 

J. E. Williamson 4,200 

T. F. Llovd 10,000 

C. W r . Johnston.... 5,000 

D. A. Tompkins.... 10,000 
Thomas M. Barnhardt 



E. C. Dwelle 25,600 

E. C. Dwelle 13,200 

E. C. Dwelle 12,800 

E. C. Dwelle 25,000 

J. L. Sexton 2,296 

J. H. McAden 15,000 



No. 
L'ms. 



450 

84 



414 

'48 

400 
96 



500 
749 
146 
443 
200 
100 
140 

iii 

1,876 
136 
186 

450 



580 
330 
300 

564 
175 



COTTON, SILK AND WOOLEN MILLS. 



129 



Post-office. 



Name of Mill. 



Capital 

Stock. 

Charlotte Crowley, c 50,000 

Charlotte Elizabeth, c 100,000 

Charlotte Fidelity Mfg. Co. c 500,000 

Charlotte Geo. A. Howell & Son 

Charlotte Highland Park Mfg. Co. c. 365,000 

Charlotte Magnolia, c 125,000 

Charlotte Mecklenburg Mfg. Co. c. 250,000 

Charlotte Sanders, Smith & Co Sanders, Smith '& Co 



Secretary, Treasurer No. 

or Owner. Spin'les. 

M. P. Crowley 

Baxter Ross.". 12,000 

S. B. Sargent 9,800 

G. A. Howell & Son 1,280 

J. L. Spencer 38,000 

A. C. Summerville.. 6,144 
Wm, Coleman 12,000 



Cherryville Cherry, ille Mfg. Co. c 65,800 

Cherryville Gaston Mfg. Co. e 200,000 

Cherryville Howell Mfg. Co. c 50,000 

Cherryville Melvilk Mfg. Co. c 80,000 

Cherryville Vivian, c 49,600 

China Grove Patterson Mfg. Co., c 300,000 

Clayton Clayton, c 200,000 

Clayton Liberty 120,000 

Cliffside Cliffside, c 250,000 

Coleridge EnterDrise Mfg. Co. c 25,000 

Concord Brown Mfg. Co. c 100,000 



P. 

F. 
J. 
R. 
R. 

F. 
F. 
E. 
S. 
W. 



B. 

T. 
C. 
W. 



J. 
J. 
A. 
H. 
A. 



Concord Cabarrus c 500,000 

Concord Cannon Mfg. Co. c 600,000 

Concord Dowell Mfg. Co 500,000 

Concord Edgemere Mfg. Co., No. 2. 75,000 

Concord Franklin, c 70,000 

Concord Gibson Mfg. Co. c 375,000 

Concord Hanovei Mfg. Co. c 15.000 

Concord Odell Mfg. Co. c ?97,500 

Concord Young-Hartsell Mills Co. c. 100,000 

Cooleemee Erwin, No. 3, c 1,000,000 

Cornelius Cornelius, c 48,600 

Cornelius Osen Yarn Mills 45,000 

Cumberland J. Frederic Houston & Co. c 125,000 

Dallas Dallas, c 65,700 

Dallas Monarch, c 45,000 

Davidson Linden Mfg. Co. c 90,000 

Dellbury Coat Mills Co 50,000 

Double Shoals. . . .Double Shoals, c 50,000 

Draper German- American Co 387,640 

Duke Erwin No. 2,c 400,000 

Durham Commonwealth, c 125,000 

Durham Golden Belt Mfg. Co. c... 700,000 

East Durham Durham Cotton Mfg. Co. c 300,000 

East Durham Pearl, c 175,000 

Edenton Edenton, c 100,000 

Elizabeth City Elizabeth City Cotton 

Mills, c 100,000 

Elkin Chatham Mfg. Co., w 350,000 

Elon College Altamanaw c Holt, 

Elon College Ossipee c Jas. 

Jr. 

Fayetteville Ashlev & Bailey Co., s... 

Nos. 1 & 2 50,000 J. J. 

Fayetteville Holt-Moigan, c 225,700 L. A. 

Fayetteville Holt-Williamson Mfg. Co. c 125,000 E. H. 

Fayetteville Lakeview, c 50,000 E. II. 

Fayetteville Tolar, Hart & Holt, c 138,000 E. W. 

Fayetteville Victory Mfg. Co 225,000 Adam 

Forest City Floren<-e ; c U50.000 S. B. 

Franklinton Sterling, c 100,000 A. II. 

Franklinville Franklinville Mfg. Co. c . 80,000 Hugh 

Franklinville Randolph Mfg. Co. c 90,000 Hugh 

Gastonia Arlington, c 175,400 G. W. 

Gastonia Avon, c 200,000 Robert 

Gastonia Clara Mfg. Co 100,000 C. 

Gastonia Dunn Mfg. Co. c 100,000 O. 

Gastonia Flint Mfg. Co 150,000 L. 

Gastonia Gastonia Mfg. Co. c 200,000 W. 

Gastonia Gray Mfg. Oo. c 175,000 J. 

Gastonia Holland Mfg. Co 50,000 W. 



John H. McDowell. 



4,000 



Carroll . 

Cannon 6,000 

Barnhardt 28,000 

Blunder 3,832 

Caesar Cone, Rec 45,000 

J. L. Hartsell 10,750 

W. A. Erwin 47,360 

W. Stough 5,500 

C. Sherrill 

Frederic Hinston. 4,104 

S. Lewis 5,000 

S. Lewis 5,000 

Knox 7,072 

Knox 4,000 

Morgan 3,300 

Marshall 28,000 

Erwin 35,000 

John A. Pugh 712 

Charles A. Moore 26,576 

J. Harper Erwin.... 22,511 

J. Harper Er\vi;i 10,336 

W. O. Elliott 12,928 

James G. Gregory.. 11,000 

T. M. Lillara..." 

Gant & Holt... 6,500 
N. Williamson 
4,604 

Bailey 15,000 

Williamson 10,000 

Williamson 9,776 

Williamson.. 5,000 

Nblley 14,592 

CatteraU 12,544 

Tanner 15,000 

Vann 6,448 

Parks, Jr 3,504 

Parks, Jr 6,408 

Ragan 9,568 

A. Love 10.000 



B. Armstrong 6,000 

B. Armstrong 5,000 

F. Groves 5,472 

W. Glenn 9,300 

II. Separk 10,240 

T. Love 2,500 



No. 

L'ms. 

100 






44 

D. A. Rudisill 5,820 

D. P. McClurd 12,000 

A. H. Huss 2,600 

M. L. Rudisill 5.000 

D. R. Mauney 2,500 

W. J. Swink 11,376 

J. M. Turley 10,240 

E. L. Hinton 4,896 

R. R. Haynes 20, I 

Robert L. Cavtness.. 3,800 

R. A. Brown 7,780 

M. I.. Cannon 28,000 

J. W. Cannon, Jr.. 60,000 



300 
1 

192 



158 



910 



200 

542 

1.800 



500 

40 

1,200 

1.296 
200 



197 
1,024 

640 

S20 
238 



90 
320 

354 

349 
434 



419 
400 

'bo 

204 
324 



248 



130 



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Post office. 



Name of Mill. 



Capital 
Stock. 

Gasti mia Loray, c 1,250,000 

Gastonia Modena c 180,000 

Gastonia Morowebb, c 100,000 

Gastonia 07ark <• 200,000 

Gastonia Trenton, c 124.S0O 

Gibsonville Gem Lawrence Holt... 

Cibsonville Minneola, c 200,000 J. A. Davidson. 



Goldsboro Borden Mfg. Co., c 150,000 P. L. 

Graham Alamance c 20,000 Robert 

Graham Bellemont c Robert 

Graham Carolina c 60,000 Robert 



Secretary, Treasurer No. 

or Owner. Spin'les. 

Moore 58,000 

.Moore 17,536 

Moore 6,720 

Rankin 10,000 

Dixon 8,448 

5,000 
15,000 



A. 


E. 


H. 


B. 


11. 


B. 


R. 


P. 


J. 


K. 



No. 

L'ms. 

1,664 

216 



Borden 10,500 

S. Mebane.... 2,500 
S. Mebane.... 6,500 

S. Mebane 8,000 

30,000 J. V. Pomerov 1,248 

c Robert S. Mebane 12,000 



w. 


E 


D. 


H 


A. 


A 


li. 


H. 


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L. 



A. 

T. 



A. 

N. 



David 
J. W. 



Graham Leota c 

Graham Oneida 

Graham Saxapaaaw c 108,000 

Graham Sidney o 40,000 

Graham Travora c 60,000 

Granite Falls Dudley Shoals, c 100,000 

Granite Falls Granite Falls Mfg. Co. c. 65,000 

Greensboro Coulter & Lowry Co. f 150,000 

Greensboro Pomona Mfg. Co. c 214,000 

Greensboro Proximity, c 500,000 

Greensboro Revolution, c 300,000 

Greensboro White Oak, c 500,000 

Haw River Holt Granite Mfg. Co. c... 011.100 

Haw River Trolinv.ood Mfg. Co. c 30,000 

Helton Helton, w 10,000 

Henderson Harrie , c i'99,900 

Henderson Henderson, c 240,000 

Hickory Ivey, e 125,000 

High Falls High Falls Mfg. Co 

High Point Stehi « Co. s Stehli 

i High Shoals High Shoals Co., c 295,000 T. M. 

Hildebran Henry Piver Mfg. Co. c... 110,000 

Hillsboro Eno Cotton Mills, c 108,000 

Hope Mills Hope Mills Mfg. Co., c... 462,000 

Jamestown Oakdale c 100,000 

Jonesboro Clark Mfg. Co. c 23,000 

•Tonesboro Eugenia Mfg. Co. c S0,000 

Kanapolis Cannon Mfg. Co 

Kanapolis Patterson Mfg. Co 

Kernersville Crews Mfg. Co. w 30,000 

Kimesville Mt. Pleasant Mfg. Co. c. 60,000 

Lawndale Cleveland Mill and Power 

Company, c 100,000 

Kings Mountain. .Bonuis 99,000 

Kings Mountain.. Cora, c 100,000 

K:ngs Mountain. .Dilling, c , 175,000 

Kings Mountain . .Johns Mfg. Co 100,000 

Kings Mountain. .Kings Mountain Mfg. Co. c 79,000 

Kings Mountain. .Klotho Mills 64,500 

Kings Mountain.. Lula Mfg. Co. c 148,000 

Kinston Kinstor. c 200,000 

Landis Linn Mills Co., c 65,100 

laurel Hill Ida Yarn Mills, c 60,000 

Laurel Hill Richmond, c 49,000 

Laurel Hill Springfield, c 150,000 

Laurinburg Dickson, c 150,000 

Laurinburg Scotland, c 80,000 

Leaksville Leaksville Woolen Mills, w 150.000 

Lenoir Hudson Mfg. Co. c 100,000 

Lenoir Lenoir, c '. 150,000 

Lenoir Moore 80,000 

Lenoir Whitnel, c 100,000 

Lexington Nokomis, c 190,000 

Lexington Wennonah, 1 & 2, c 190,000 

Liledoun Watts Mfg. Co. c 60,000 

Lincolnton Daniel Mfg. Co. c 160,000 

Lincolnton Elm Grove, c 100,000 



George T. Williamson 8,200 
J. L. Scott, Jr 3,136 

White 3,612 

Warlick 5,120 

Shuford 5,076 

Lowry. 

Bain , 

Cone. . 



20,000 
40,000 
30,000 
60,000 
20,928 



Bernard "M. 

H. Sternberger 

Bernard M. Cone.. 
Jno. A. Trolinger. 

B. S.Robertson 2,912 

Herbert Littlewood.. 300 

J. A. Moore 28,776 

J. D. Rose 22,848 

Shuford 7,680 

Woodv 

& Co' 17,036 

Constable.... 11,232 

A. L. Quickel 8,000 

James H. Webb 20,000 

W. J. Beattie, Jr... 11,208 

William G. Ragndale. 5,344 

David Clark 

Clark.... 3,800 

Cannon 30.000 

Cannon 21,120 

Crews 576 

Ragan 2,000 



J. 
J. 
W. 



W. 

W. 

H. 



J. 

W. 

O. 

c. 

s. 
w. 
J. 
J. 

c. 

M. 
M. 
M. 
G. 
G. 



F. 

A. 
G. 
A. 
J. 
A. 

A. 
A. 
F. 

J. 

M. 

M. 

M. 

F. 

F. 



J. 
M. 
J. 
J. 
W. 
J. 
A. 
R 



812 

200 
200 
2(K) 
136 
600 
200 
150 
152 



330 
1,105 

820 
1,550 

688 

144 
2 

216 
200 



470 

632 
1,000 

101 

900 

400 

12 

701 



Schenck '4,576 

Maunev. 8,320 

Falls..". 10,560 

Dillinsr 8,636 

Rhodes 5,000 

Maunev.. 4,992 

Mauney 7,840 

Durham 10,000 

Taylor 17,000 

Deal 5,162 

Morgan 5,000 

Morgan 2,500 

Morgan 3,000 

Avinger ...*... 1,500 

Avinger 10,000 

Gilliam Grissom 1,500 

J. L. Nelson 5,323 

L. Nelson 6,700 

G. Shearer 5,000 

L. Nelson 5,500 

T. Lowe 14,400 

E. Holt 11,856 

W. Wyatts.. 35,000 

M. Hoke 12,000 

S. Reinhardt 8,000 



300 



40 



356 
447 
104 



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131 



Post-office. 



Name of Mill. 



Capital 
Stock. 

Lincolnton Eureka Mfg. Co 40,000 

Lincolnton Indian Creek Mfg. Co. c. 23,350 

Lincolnton John Rudisill Mfg. Co. c. . 31,800 

Lincolnton Piedmont, c 20,000 

Lincolnton Rhodes Mfg. Co 100,000 

Lincolnton Wampum, c 160,000 

Long Island Long Island, c 50,000 

Long Shoals Long Shoals, c 99,900 

Lowell Lowell, c 75,000 

Lowell Peerless Mfg. Co 75,000 

Lumberton Dresden Cotton Mills 200,000 

Lumberton Lumbal ton, c 175,000 

Lumberton National, c 110,000 

Maiden Maiden c 44,000 

Maiden Providence, c 87,500 

Maiden Union, c 119,200 

Manchester Manchester, c 

Marshall Capitola Mfg Co. c 65,000 

Mayesworth Mayes Mfg. Co 200, 000 

Mavodan Avalon, c 800,000 

Mayodan Mayo, c 200,000 

McAdensville McAden, c 400,000 

Monbo Monbo Mfg. Co., c 90,000 

Morganton Alpine c 150,000 

Mooresville Mooresville, c 200,000 

Mountain Island.. Knox Net and Twine Oo. c 99,500 

Mt. Airv Alpine, w 20,000 

Mt. Airy Hazelhurst, c 10,000 

Mt. Airv Laurel Bluff Mill, c 

Mt. Airy Mt. Airy Cotton Mill, c. . 100,000 

Mount Holly Albion, c 40,000 

Mount Holly Mount Holly, c 50,000 

Mount Hollv Nims Mfg. Co. c 74,750 

Mount Holly Tuckaseegee Mfg. Co. c 40,000 

Mount Holly Woodlawn Mfg. Co 100,000 

Mt. Pleasant Tuscarora, c 45,000 

Mt. Pleasant W. R. Kindley, c 43,500 

Monroe Everett, c 55,200 

Monroe Tcemorlee, c 125,000 

Monroe Monroe, c 128,000 

Newton Catawba, c. (not running) 60,000 

Newton Catawba, w 6,000 

Newton Clyde, c 32,000 

Newton Ridgeview, c 100.000 

Newton Newton, c 150,000 

New London Tucker & Carter Rope Co. 175,000 

Norwood Norwood Mfg. Co., c 90,000 

Oxford Oxford, c 175,000 

Patterson G wyn-Karper Mf gCo. c. &w. 70,000 

Fhillipsburg Crowdei Mountain, c 60,000 

Pilot Mountain... Pilot Mountain, c 100,000 

Pilot Mountain. . .Pilot Mountain Cotton 

Mill, c 100,000 

Pineville Chad wick - Hoskins Co. , 

No. 5 1,800,000 

Pittsboro J. M, Odell Mfg. Co. c... 66,700 

Raeford Raeford Power & Mfg. Co. 700,000 

Raleigh Caraleigh Mills Co., c 150,000 

Raleigh Neuse River, c 125,000 

Raleigh Pilot, c 20,000 

Raleigh Raleigh, c 157,000 

I'amseur Columbia Mfg. Co., c 80,000 

Randleman Naomi Falls Mfg. Co. c... 108,550 

L'andleman Randleman Mfg. Co. c 250,000 

Reidsville Edna, c 120,000 

Rhodiss Rhodis^ Mfg. Co. c 300,000 

Roanoke Rapids. .Roanoke Mills Co. c 408,600 

Roanoke Rapids.. Rosemary Mfg. Co. c 27,300 



I.. 


J. 


E. 


M. 


J. 


M. 


R. 


E. 


D. 


P. 


R. 


S. 



Secretary, Treasurer No. 
or Owner. Spin'les. 

Dellinger 1,020 

Rudisill 280 

Roberts 1,664 

Costncr 2,400 

Rhodes 5,000 

Abemethy 1,200 

George H. Brown... 3,580 

W. A. Mauney 9,360 

S. M. Robinson .. . 9,200 

S. M. Robinson 5,100 

H. B. Jennings.... 10,000 

H. B. Jennings 18,016 

A. P. McAllister 6,240 

L. A. Carpenter 2,280 

D. M. Carpenter 6,500 

J. A. Foil 11,000 

W. C. Robertson.... 2,500 

Dudley Chipley 9,000 

L. A. Dodsworth 6,384 

W. C. Ruffin 31,640 

W. C. Ruffin 18,120 



Robert R. Ray 25,000 

Samuel Turner 4,080 

J. E. Erwin 10,440 

Geo. C. Goodman.. 28,000 

Joseph E. Tate 9,600 

W. S. Allred 432 

Otto Latsch 1,616 

J. L. Brown 2,400 

F. H. Chamberlain. 5,000 

A. P. Rhvne 2,250 

A. P. Rhyne 2,800 

C. E. Hutchinson 4,800 

A. C. Lineberger 4,992 

J. M. Holland 5,040 

Paul Barringer 3,840 

W. 

J. 

J. 

W. 

J. 

E. 

R. 

L. 

J. 

John J. Tucker 6,000 

D. B. Coltrane 14,848 

J. L. Erwin 6,120 

James 
P. S. 



A. Kindlej 4,000 

L. Everett 2,500 

L. Everett 5,000 

C. Heath 8,736 

P. Yount 6,100 

F. Phillips 168 

B. Knox 5,120 

H. Phillips 2,500 

A. Martin 8,000 



Harper 1,800 

Baker 3,952 



F. H. Chamberlain. 
F. II. Chamberlain. 



5,000 
8,360 



!/5.(XHt 



E. C. Dwelle.... 

W. L. London 7,000 ' 

W. J. Upchurch.... 5,015 

F. O. Moring 10,816 

A. E. Escott 8,000 

A. V. D. Smith.... 7,870 

A. E. Escott 15,000 

W. H. Watkins 11.072 

S. Bryant 6,624 

S. Bryant 10,000 

J. B. Pipkins 25,000 

Geo. B. Hiss 15,000 

S. F. Patterson 16,901 



No. 
'ms. 



100 



360 

810 
16 



S. F. Patterson.. 



21,216 



152 



250 



40 
121 



580 



436 
256 
325 

840 

:;i7 

718 
552 
460 
600 
520 



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Post-office. 



Name of Mill. 



Rocky Mount Rocky Mount, c 

Rockingham Great Falls Mfg. Co. c. . 

Rockingham Hannah Pickett, c 

Rockingham Leak, Wall & McRae, c. 

Rockingham Lcdbett n r Mfg. Co., c... 

Rockingham Pee Dee Mfg. Co., c... 

Rockingham Roberdel Mfg. Co., c... 



Rockingham .Steele's, c , 

Rockwell Barringer Mfg. Co. , c . . . 

Roxboro Longhurst Cotton Mills, 

Roxboro Roxboro, c 

Putherfordton. . . .Levi, c , 

St. Paul's St. Paul, c 



Capital 
Stock. 

. -: 7-2. 500 

. 100,000 
. 200,000 
. 150,000 
. 25,000 
. 375,000 
. 187,500 
. 225.000 
. L50.000 



ISO, 

02,000 
110,000 



Secretary, Treasurer No. 

or Owner Spin'les. 

Thomas H. Rattle... 26,000 

Gore. 8,160 

Cole 10,080 

Leak 8,032 

Ledbetter 2,736 

P. Entwistle 15,456 
J. Lc Grand Everett.. 16,436 
Robert A. Johnson... 23,296 
J. M. Halshouser... 5,000 

O. Coble 15,792 

O. Coble 12,200 

Levi 6,480 

R. McEachern 



Claude 
W. B. 
F. \V. 
H. D. 

George 



G. 
G. 

M. 
A. 



Salisbury Grace Mills, c 15,000 F. L. Robbins... 

Salisbury Kesler Mfg. Co., c 227,000 C. E. Stevenson. 

Salisbury Salisbury, c 250,000 O. D. Davis 

Salisbury Vance, c 100,000 E. B. Neave 

Sanford Sanford, c 149,700 J. R. Jones 



A. McDowell. 



Scotland Neck .. .Scotland Neck, c. . . 

Selma Selma, c 90,000 Thomas T. Candler. 

Shelby Belmont, c 60,000 A. W. McMurry 

Shelbv Ella Mfg. Co 135,000 J. H. Kamsour 

Shelby Lily Mill & Power Co. c. . 100,000 J. R. Dover 

Shelby Shelby, c 150,000 J. C. Smith 

Siler City Hadley-Peoples Mfg Co. c. 36,800 J. C. Gregson 

Smithfield Smithfield, c S'1,200 F. K. Broadhurst. .. . 

Snow Camp Dixon Mfg. Co. w 7,200 T. F. McVey 

Southside Lincoln, c S5,000 D. E; Rhvne 

Spray Leaksville, c 30,000 W. R. Walker 

Spray Lily, c 67,000 J. S. McAllister 

Spray Morehead, c 162,000 W. R. Walker 

Spray '..Nantucket, c 251,800 C. D. Wall 

Sprav Rhode Island, c 125,000 Lawrence McRae 

Sprav Sprav, c 187,000 W. R. Walker 

Sprav Sprav, w 125,000 Lawrence McRae... 

Stanly Mariposa, c 54,000 R. H. Morrison 

Stanly Stanley Creek, c 34,450 E. L. Pegram 

Statesville Bloomfeld Mfg. Co. c 106.900 H. A. Yount 

Statesville Paola, c 110,000 N. B. Mills 

Statesville Statesville, c 175,000 T. D. Miller 

Stubbs Buffalo Mfg. Co. c 42,400 S. N. Lattimore. .. . 

Swepsonville Virginia c 100,000 A. L. Baker 

Tarboro Fountain, e 200,000 John A. Weddell... 

Tarboro Tarboro c 164,450 J. M. Jones 

Taylorsville Little River c U. L. Alspaugh 

Troy Capelsie, c. 40,800 J. G. Tomlinson. . . . 

Troy... Smitherman, c '.. 73,000 A. W. E. Cape!...... 

Tumersburg Turnersburg, c 20,000 Stimpson & Steel 

Wadesboro Wadesboro c 60.400 J. W. Hathcocs 

Wadesboro Wades(>.,ro Mfg. Co. s 66,000 Russell Murray 

Wake Forest Royal, c 222,000 Wm. L. Royall 

Woxhaw Rodman-Heath, c 50,000 J. L. Rodman 

Weaverville Reems Creek w 9.800 J. H. Wright 

Weldon- Shaw, c 100,000 W. T. Shaw 

West Durham.... Erwin, c 4,000,000 W. A. Erwin 

Williardsville.... Little River Mfg. Co 60,000 J. B. Mason 

Wilmington Delgado, c 275,000 J. W. Williamson.... 

Wilmington Wilmington Cotton Mills e 200,000 H. M. Chase 

Wilson Wilson, c 100,000 W. M. Farmer 

Winston-Salem... Arista, c 325,200 B. J. Pfohl 

Winston-Salem... Fries, w&c 325,000 F. & H. Fries 

Winston-Salem... Southside, c B. J. Pfohl 

Worth Harden Mfg. Co. c 12,000 O. D. Carpenter 

Worthville Worth Mfg. Co. No. l,c... 200,000 J. E. Williamson 

Zirconia Green River Mfg. Co. c... 250,000 J. O. Bell 



26,000 
20,096 
10,000 
10,944 



No. 
L'ms. 

239 

200 

750 
722 

600 



40 
306 
590 

400 



5,280 

3,700 
5,000 
5,000 
8,500 
' 5,000 
10,000 

560 

6,656 

3,500 

3,576 

12,750 

11,696 

10,000 

24,240 

2,490 

3,264 

4,160 

5,200 

5,300 
10,000 

3,600 
10,192 

6,528 
13,000 

2,600 

5,000 
5,000 
1,600 
7,760 
8,000 
16,000 

6,256 
210 

5,129 
25,088 

2,500 
10,304 

6,800 

6,240 

5,184 

864 

10,752 
4,160 

10,000 
7,500 



230 



13 

624 
270 

738 
144 

'60 



180 

466 

200 
24 

216 



186 

' i 

903 

424 
450 

200 

50 

168 

434 



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133 



Knitting Mitts. 



Post-office. 



Name of Mill. 



Capital 
Stock. 

Albemarle Lillian 35,000 

Albemarle Wiscassett 483,200 

Burlington Burlingti n $ 26^500 

Burlington Daisy 12,356 

Burlington Sellers Hosiery Mill 15,000 

Burlington Whitehead Hosiery Mill . . 10,000 

Chapel Hill Blanch Hosiery Mills 15,000 

Drexel Drexel 3,600 

Durham Chatham 9,000 

Durham Durham 500,000 

Elizabeth City... .Elizabeth 30,000 

Enfield Enfield Hosiery Mill 

Fayetteville Algodi n 50,000 

Flat Rock Skyland Hosiery Co 150,000 

Flat Rock Trident 16,000 

Goldsboro Goldsboro Knitting Mill... 30,000 

Greenville Commercial 36,000 

Haw River Regina 25,000 

Henderson Balfron 30,000 

Hickory Hickory Hosiery Mill 20,500 

High Point Durham No. 3 37,500 

High Point High Point Hosiery Mill.. 70,500 

Hillsboro Bellevue Mfg. Co 125,000 

Kernersville American 50,000 

Kernersville Lowrv 8,000 

Kernersville Victor 10,000 

Kinston Orion 68,000 

Littleton Littleton 20,000 

Lynn Tryon Hosiery Co 75,000 

Newton Newton 

Raleigh Martin 

Raleigh Melrose 32,000 

Raleigh Raleigh Hosiery Mill 29,300 

Kandleman Randlcman 27,700 

Reepsville Indian Creek 3,000 

Rockv Mount Rocky Mount Hosiery Co.. 50,000 

Scotland Neck. . . .Crescent 10,000 

Scotland Neck Scotland Neck Cotton 

Mill 73,285 

Selma Selma 16,000 

Statesville Bradford 25,000 

Statesville Statesville Knitting- Co. . . 125.000 

Tarboro Runnvmede 120,000 

Tarboro Tarboro Hosiery Mills 50,000 

Valdese Waldensian 10,000 

Vaughan Vaughan 10,000 

Washington Thelma 

Weldon Weldon Cotton Mfg. Co... 77,825 

Winston-Salem Carolina 20,000 

Winston-Salem P. H. Hanes 100,000 

Winston-Salem Maline 100,000 

Winston-Salem Shamrock 63,000 

Zebulon Zebulon 10,000 



Secretary, Treasurer No. No. 
or Owner. Spin. Mchns. 

A. L. Patterson 81 

J. F. Cannon 50,000 254 

A. H. Fogleman 81 

J. M. Browning 82 

D. E. Sellers 50 

R. H. Whitehead 68 

W. E. Lindsay 68 

P. E. Berry.." 31 

W. T. Cole 61 

C. McL. Carr 16,160 1,025 



P. H. Williams. 
Geo. T. Andrews.... 
Jno. C. Gorham.... 

H. E. Stilwell 

A. L. Bassett 

Geo. C. Royal I 

W. H. Dail, Jr.... 

W. H. Childrey 

R. D. Johnson.... 

J. A. Cline 

W. F. Carr 

J. II. Adams 

T. N. Webb 

Jno. G. Kerner 

J. W. Lowrey 

D. Leak 

J. F. Taylor 

L. Vinson 

E. C. Wilcox 

D. J. Carpenter 

J. B. Martin 

J. S. Wvnne 

S. A. Asiie, Jr 

A. N. Bulla 

D. J. Beam 

G. T. Andrews 

Chas. I.. McDowell.. 



5,000 



J. S. Bowers 

R. M. Howell 

J. A. Bradford 

H. L. MacCall 

c. W. Jeffreys 

\Y. S. Howard 

F. Garron . . 

R. S. Spiers 

J. E. Kennett 

W. A. Pierce 2.80S 

1». U. Green 

P. H. Hanes, Ji 

W. J. Peterson 

A. s. Hanes 

W. II. Edwards 



178 

1 30 
71 

200 
50 
55 
IS 
50 

110 
68 
87 

30O 
55 

126 
26 
58 

i;o 

57 

304 

312 

107 

86 

02 

50 

12 

152 

86 

260 
51 
20 
46 

210 
SO 
46 
92 
35 
70 

102 

145 

120 
200 

- 



Furniture Factories. 



Pri . Own. or Mgr. 
R. \. < rowell 



Postoffice. Name of Factory. Capital Stock. 

Albemarle Albemarle furniture -Mfg. 

Co 9,150 00 

Ashboro Ashboro Chair Co 20,000.00 C. C. McAlister 

Ashboro Ashboro Furniture Co 7,500.00 1'. II. Morris 

Ashboro Randolph Chair Co 3,500.00 K. A. Hammer 

Biscoe Biscoe Bending and Chair 

Company 18,000.00 S. 1.. D 



134 



FURNITURE FACTORIES. 



Caiptal Stock. Pres., Own. or Mgr. 

48,000.00 B. E. Harris 

14,000.00 F. O. Sherrill 

75,000.00 A. M. Kistler 

32,(100.00 W. H. Newberry, Jr. 

23,800.00 S. M. Arnold 

35,000.00 T. H. Overman 



Postofflee. Name of Factory. 

Concord Yorke Furniture Co 

Cornelius Cornelius Furniture Co... 

Drexel Drexe 1 Furniture Co 

Dunn Newberry Bros. & Cowell. 

Elkin Elkin Furniture Co 

Oibsonville Overman Chair Co 

Goldsboro Goldsbrro Furniture Mfg. 

Companv 90,000.00 J. L. Borden 

Greensboro Gate O'tv Fur. Mfg. Co. . . 36,000.00 W. E. Harrison 

Greensboro Greensboro Fur. Mfg. Co. . 100,000.00 C. E. Holton 

Hickory Hickorv Furniture Co 32,500.00 K. C. Menzies 

High Point Alma Furniture Co 10,000.00 J. H. Petty 

High Point Best Chair Co 12,300.00 J. T. Best 

High Point Columbia Furniture Co... 50,000.00 W. H. Ragan 

High Point Continental Furniture Co. 40,000.00 Fred N. Tate 



15,000.00 R. F. Dalton 

50,000.00 E. A. Snow 

175,000.00 J. Elwood Cox 

350,000.00 M. J. Wrenn 



Kigh Point Dalton Furniture Co 

High Point Eagle Furniture Co 

High Point Globe Home Fur. Co. . . 

High Point High Toint Furniture Co.. 

High Point High Point Metallic Bed 

Company 30,000.00 J. H. Millis 

Kigh Point Kearns Furniture Co 77,000.00 E. M. Armfleld 

High Point Kearns Upholstering Co... 3,500.00 T. A. Kearns 

High Point Kitchin Cabinet and Table 

Company 4,500.00 a. J. Dodamead 

High Point. .' Myrtle Desk Co 40,000.00 L. C. Sinclair 

High Point Marsh Furniture Co 24,000.00 J. W. Harris 



High Point Southern Chair Co.. 

High Point Smith Furniture Co. 

IFgh Point Tate Furniture Co.. 

High Point Tomlinson Chair Co 

High Point Union Furniture Co. 

High Point Victor Chair Co 

High Point Welsh Furniture Co 



24,000.00 E. A. Snow 

30,900.00 -.J. L. Ferguson, Jr. 

48,000.00 J. H. Vate 

50,000.00 S. F. Tomlinson 

16,500.00 W. T. Kirkman 

5,000.00 F. J. Kearns 

30,000.00 W. P. Pickett 

King Grabs Mfg. Co 13,950.00 V. T. Grabs 

Kernersville :Kernersville Fur. Mfg. Co. 37,500.00 W. S. Linville 

Lcaksville Leaksville Furniture and 

Lumber Mfg. Co 12o,000.00 J. M. Hopperd 

Lenoir Harper Furniture Co G - F. Harper 

Lenoir Kent-Coffy Mfg. Co 33,000.00 A. A. Kent 

Lenoir Kent Furniture and Coffin 

Co 20,000.00. 



Co. 



Lenoir Moore Furniture Co 

Lexington American Furniture Co. 

Lexington Crowel! Furniture Co. . 

1 exington Dixie Furniture Co 

Lexington Elk Furniture Co. 

Lexington Lexin; 

Lexington Oneida 

Iilesville Jas. H 

Lincolnton Michai 

Marion Blue Ridge Furniture Co. 

Marion.. - Catawba Furniture Co 

Marion McDowell Furniture Co.. 

Marion Western: Furniture Co 

Mebane Mebane Iron Bed Co 

Mebane Nelson-Cooper Lumber cS 

Furniture Comany 

Mebane White Furniture Co 



.'en Uphol. 
Chair Co.. 

Ingram 

Gheen Co.. 



50,000.00 F 

16,000.00 J 

10,000.00 D 

28,800.00 E. J. 

49,491.00 Zeb 

7.500.00 ■ W. 

31,566.00 C. A. 

5,000.00 ...Jar.. 

3,600.00 R. 

25,000.00 J L 

100,000.00 T F 

50,000.00 L. J. P 

12.000.00 W A 

$100,000.00 S. Arthur 



.A. A. Kent 



P. Moore 

D. Grimes 

F. Conrad 

Buchanan 

V. Walser 

H. Walker 

Hunt, Jr. 

H. Ingram 

Michai 

Morgan 

Wrenn 

Cutlar 

Conley 

White 



M. 



7,400.00 p. L. 

100,000.00 W. E. 



Cooper 

White 

L. Gaither 

21,800.00 T. B. Bailey 

55,500.00 J. MacNaughton 

9,000.00 J. L. Banner 



Mocksville Mocksville Chair Co 15,500.00 E 

Mocksville Mocksville Furniture Co... 

Morganton Morganton Furniture Co... 

Mt. Airy Bann: .• Mfg. Co 

Mt. Airy Mt. Airv Mantel and 

Table Co 

Mt. Airy National Furniture Co 

Murphy Murphy Furniture Mfg. Co 

No. Wilkesboro ... Forest Furniture Co 

No. Wilkesboro... Oak Furniture Co 

Ore Hill Ore IIP' Mfg Co 



30,000.00 Geo. O. Graves 

25.000.00 J. H. Prather 

35,000.00 W. H. Woodberry 

30,000.00 J. E. Finley 

19.200.00 T. B. Finley 

5,000.00 Jno. R. Lane 



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135 



Postoffice. Name of Factory. Capital 

Oxford Oxford Furniture Co 50,000. 

Randleman Randleman Chair Co 17,500. 

Sanford Fitts-Orabtree Mfg. Co... 19,800. 

Sanford Sanford Mfg Co 15,1 

Statesville Atha Chair Co 18,900. 

Statesville Imperial Fur. Mfg. Co 30,000. 

Statesville Kincaid Furniture Co -29,500. 

Statesville Statesville Furniture Co.. 17,000, 

Thomasville Cramer Furniture Co 50,000. 

Tliomasville Lambeth Furniture Co.... 14,000. 

Thomasville Queen Chair Co 12,900. 

Thomasville Standan! Chair Co 70,000. 

Thomasville Thormisrille Chair Co 25,000. 

Thomasville Thomacville Furniture Co. 14,000. 

Trinity Julian Chair Co 4,500 

V/aynesville Hazel-wood Mfg. Co 10,200. 

Wavnesville Unagusta Mfg. Co 25,000. 

Waynesville Wavnesville Fur. Co 20,000 

Waynesville Waynesville Wood Mfg. Co 25,000 

Winston-Salem. . ..Forsyth Char Co 50,000. 

Winston-Salem.... Forsvth Furniture Co 50,000. 

Winston-Salem... .Forsvth Tron Bed Co 19,000. 

Winston-Salem.... Forsyth Mfg. Co 50,000. 

Winston-Salem... .Oakland Mfg. Co 65.000. 

Winston-Sal^m.... Salem Parlor Fur. Co 10,000, 



Stock. 

00 .. 

00 .. 

.00 .. 

00 ... 

00 .. 

00 .. 

00 .. 

00 .. 

00 .. 

00 .. 

00 .. 

00 .. 

00 .. 

00 .. 

.00 .. 
00 

00 .. 



. Own. or 

I. C. Horner 

F. Ingold 

W. A. Cr: I 

H. M. Weller 

W. A. Thomas 

J. C. Steel 

W. T. Kincaid 

W. A. Thomas 

...Jno. T. Cramer 

R. L. Lambeth 

J. A. <■ 

C. F. Lamb.th 

. ...Jno. T. Cramer 

F. S. Lamb Mi 

. ...w. II. i; 

Win. II. I 

C. H. Hobbs 



00 Alden Howell 

.00 S. H. Keller 

00 Chas. Siewera 

00 Chas. Sewers 

00 Chas. Siewers 

00 H. E. Fries 

00 W. P. Hill 

00 Ralph Siewer3 



Newspapers in North Carolina. 

[Abbreviations.— Deir.., Democratic; Rep., Republican; Pop., Populists- Ind., Inde- 
pendent; E., Educational. Epis., Episcopal, Indus., Industrial; Pres, Prestyterian; M., 
Methodist; M. P., Methodist Protestant; B., Baptist; Rel., religious: Ad., advertising; 
A., Athletics: Lit.. Literary; q., quarterly v., yearly: S., social; d., daily; w., weekly; 
sw., semi-weekly; m., monthly; bm., bimonthly.! 
Town. Nam' 1 of Pap»r. Editor. 

Albemarle Albemarle Chronicle, Rep. w W. A. I 

A':bemarle Stanly Enterprise, Dem., w J. D. Bivins 

Apex Journal, Dem., w \V. II. Smith 

Ashboro Ashboro Courier, Dem., w William C. Hammer 

Ashboro Randolph Bulletin, Rep., w U. S. Hayes 

Asheville Ashev-lh> Citizen, Dem., d. an d w James II. Caine 

Afheville Ashev:'.le Gazette-News, I r .d, d Earle Godby 

Asheville Our Church Record, Luth., m E. T. Co 

Asheville Our Mountain Home, Trade, n i J. M. Stone 

Ayden Free Will Baptist, Bap., v: E. T. Phillips 

Barium Springs ..Our Fatherless Ones, Pres., m John Wakefield 

Bayboro Bavbcro Sentinel, Dem., w W. II. Miskell S 

Beaufort Lookout, Ind., w : Horace 11. Hai 

Benson Spokesman, Dem., w Robert E. 

Bessemer City ...Bessemer Citv Messenger, , w I. A. Smith 

Bixby Hornet, sm VV. II. Jarvis 

Boone Watauga Democrat R. C. Rivera 

Prevard Sylvia'i Yallej News, Dem., w I. J. Miner 

Brewers Curfew, A., m W. L. Brewer 

Eryson City Times Tnd., w D. M. Sand rid ire 

Buie's Creek Little River Record, E., w J. \ Cam| 

Burgaw ; Pender Chronicle, Dem A. B. Croom, Jr. 

Burlington Burlin«ton New=, Dem., w Ogden I-'. Crowson 

Burlington State Dispatch, Rep., w John I! Hoffman 

Burnsville Black Mountain Eagle, Dem., w I M. I 

Canton Vindicator, Local, w II. E. \\ 

Carthage Blade, Dem.. w W. II McN ill 

Carthage Moore County News, Dem.. w II. A 

Chapel Hill News, Dem., w W. B. Thompson 

Chapel Hill TarHrel, A., w F. I\ Grahum 

Chapel Hill University of North Carolina Magazine, Lit., bm I. B. It 

Chapel Hill University Record, E., m faculty 

Charlotte Advertiser, Trade, w I. T. Sanders 

Charlotte American Textile Manufacturer, Tex., w David ' 



136 NEWSPAPERS IN NORTH CAROLINA. 

Town. Name of Paper. Editor. 

Charlotte Carolina Pythian, Py., m J. G. Baird 

Charlotte Charlotte Medical Journal, Med., m Edward C. Register 

charlotte Charlotte News, Dem., d J. C. Patton 

Charlotte Charlotte Observer, Ind. Dem., d. and w J. P. Caldwell 

Charlotte Evening Chronicle, Dem., d Wade H. Harris 

Charlotte Messenger of Hope, P. Epis., m Walter J. Smith 

Charlotte Merchants Journal and Commerce, T., m Norman H. Johnson 

Charlotte Mill News G. S. Escott 

Charlotte Peoples Paper, Ind., w J. P. Sossaman 

Charlotte Presbyterian Standard, Pres., w P. R. Law 

i Charlotte Southern Publisher, T. ( m M. L. Yeager 

Charlotte Times Democrat, Dem., w J. C. Patton 

Cherryville Cherryviiie Eagle, Ind., w John M. Magness 

Clarkton Clarktcn Exr.ress, Dem.,.. w ..A. C. Johnston 

Clinton Holine,- Advocate, Hoi., sir, A. 3. Crumpler 

Clinton News Dispatch, Rep., w Thos. E. Owen 

Clinton Sampson Democrat, Dem., w H. J. Hines 

Columbus Polk County News, Ind., w Chas. H. Williams 

Concord Concorr Times, Dem., sw... J. B. Sherrill 

Concord Evening Tribune, Dem., d. and w James F. Hurley 

Cooleemee Journal, Dem., w J. C. Sell 

Crescent Rays, E.. m ..J. M. L. Lyerly 

Davidson Davidson College Magazine, Lit., m A. P. Dickson, Jr. 

Danbury Danbury Reporter, Ind. Dem., w N. E. and E. P. Pepper 

Dellaplane Ind. Ship and Scholars Eagle, Rep., w J. W. Majors 

Dunn Guide, Uem., w J. P. Pittman 

Durham Daily fun. Dem., d James A. Robinson 

Durham Morninp- Herald, d Jos. H. King 

Durham N. C. Journal of Education E., m E. C. Brooks 

Durham Post, Lit., w T. H. Lindsey 

Durham Recorder. Ind., w Zeb. P. Council 

Durham South Atlantic Quarterly, lit., q Edwin Mims and W. H. Glasson 

Durham Trinity Archive, E., m M. A. Briggs 

Durham Trinity Chronicle, E., w E. W. Knight 

Edenton Baptist. B., m H. H. Mashburn 

Edenton Edenton Transcript, Dem.,w W. F. Swaringen 

Elizabeth Citv... Signs of the Times, Bap., sra H. F. Woodhouse 

Elizabeth City.. ..Tar Heel E. A. Womble 

Flkin Elkin Times, Ind., w T. M. George 

Elm City Mirror, Dem.,w John W. Blount 

hlon College Christian Sun, Chris., w J. 0. Atkinson 

] Enfield Progress, Dem., w Theo. M. Cooper 

I Fairmont Messenger, Dem., w S. F. Thompson 

I Fayetteville Chronicle, Rel., m J. J. Hall 

[Fayetteville Fayetteville Daily Observer, Dem.. d. and w E. J. Hale 

Franklin Franklin Press, Ind., w M. D. Billings 

{Gastonia Gastonia Gazette, Ind. Dem., sw E. D. Atkins 

| Gastonia Gastonia New., Ind. Dem., sw Hugh Long 

\ Goldsboro Goldsboro Argus, Dem., d. and w Joseph E. Robinson 

i Coldsboro Goldsboro Headlight, Dem., w A. Roscower 

Goldsboro Goldsboio Record, Ind., w C. A. & G. W. Brown 

Goldsboro N. C. Odd Fellow, Frat., m B. H. Woodall 

Graham Alamance Gleaner, Dem., w J. D. Kernodle 

Oreensboro Apostoiic Messenger, Hoi., sw Winfred R. Cox 

Greensboro Daily Industrial News, Rep., d W. A. Hildebrand 

Greensboro Daily Record Dem., d J. M. Reece 

Greensboro Greensboro Patriot, Dem., V,". T. Underwood 

Greensboro Greensboro Telegram, Dem.. d R. W. Haywood 

Greensboro Labor Nows. Labor, w A. J. Williams and Lewis Burtnett 

Greensboro North Carolina Christian Advocate, Rel., w Hugh M. Blair 

Greensboro North Carolina White Ribbon, W. C. T. U., m.Mis Ellen J. Y.Preyer 

Greensboro Our Church Record, M., w , J. F. McCulloch 

Greensboro State Normal Magazine, E., bm Students 

Greensboro Southern Electrician, Elec, m R. S. Fitzgerald 

Greensboro Woman's Missionary Record, M., m Airs. J. F. McCulloch 

Greenville Dailv Reflector, Dem., d. and sw D. J. Whitehead 

Ouilford College. .Collegian, Lit., m ....R. J. M. Hoobs 

Hamlet Messenger-Review, Ind., w H. W. Townsend 

Hayesville Clav County Couriei,. w G. W. Sanderson 

Henderson Gold Uaf, Dem., w. Thad R. Manning 



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NEWSPAPERS IX NORTH CAROL. NA. 137 



Town. Name of Paper. Editor. 

Henderson Union Christian Star, Rel., m J. II. Hollow&y 

Hendersonville ... Western N. C. Times, Rep., w T.W.Valentine 

Henderson ville ...French Broad Hustler, Dem., w M. L. Shipman 

Hickory Catawba Lutheran, Rel m C. L. Miller 

Hickory.... Hickory Democrat, Dem., w W. E. Holbrook 

Hickory Lenorian, E., m .' C. W. Cromer 

Hickory Reformed Church Standard, Rel., bm J. L. Murphy 

Hickory Times-Mercury, Pop., sw J. F. Click 

High Point Daily Enterprise, Ind. Deni., d J. J. Farriss 

High Point Evangelist, Rel., w W. L. Mellichampe 

High Point Friends Messenger, Rel., m Clara I. Cox 

High Point Southern Furniture Journal, T., m H. W. Kronheimer 

Hillsboro Golden Rule, Watchman and Messenger, Tern., sw W. H. Jordan 

Hillsboro Orange County Observer, Dem., w Joseph A. Harris 

Hope Mills Cape Fear Shuttle, w G. G. Myrover 

Jacksonville Weekly Enterprise, Dem., w A. C. Dawson 

Jefferson Jefferson Recorder, Dem., w T. W. Adams 

Kenansville Eastern Carolina News, Dem., w D. S. Hines 

Kernersville Forsyth News, w F. A. Slate 

Kings Mountain.. Kings Mountain Herald, Dem., w C. A. Eury 

Kinston Carolina Evangel, Rel., w J. R. Rountree 

Kinston Free Will Baptist Advocate Rel., w J. S. Brown 

Kinston Kinston Free Press, Dem.. d. and sw D. T. Edwards 

Kittrell Messenger and Educator, E., m J. R. Hawkins and W. 11. Giles 

LaGrange LaGrai pe Sentinel, Dem., w D. H. Petree 

Laurinburg Eastern Searchlight, E., m E. M. McDuffie 

I.aurinburg Exchange, Dem., w Jonathan Peele 

Leaksville Gazette, Dem, w J. T. Darlington 

Lenoir Lenoir News, Ind., sw EL C. Martin 

Lenoir Lenoir Topic, Dem., w W. M. Moore 

Lexington Dispatch, Dem., w H. B. Varner 

Lexington North State, Rep., w J- W. Vanhoy 

Lillington Lillingtcr. News, Dem., w J- E. Ligon 

Lincolnton Lincoln County Times, Rel'., w L. B. Thompson 

Lincolnton Lincoln County News, Dem., sw W. A. Fair 

Littleton Central Academy Record, sm J. B. Aiken 

Littleton News Reporter, Dem., w 1. R. Walker 

Littleton True Reformer, Ind., w N . 1' Vmin; 

Littleton Times-Herald, Dem., w J- M. Rhodes 

Littleton Visitor, w L M. Rhodes 

louisburg u'ranklin Times, Dem., w James A. Thomas 

Lumberton Robesonian, Dem., sw J- A. Sharpe 

Madison Herald C. O. McMichael 

Marion McDowell Democrat, Dem., w 3. E. Whittcn 

Marshall French Broad News, Rep., w I. C. Ramsey 

•Marshall Madison County Record, Dm., w J. R. Swann 

Marshville Carolina Union Farmer, Agri., w J. Z. Green 

Marshville Our Home, Ind., w J - z - Greene 

Maxton Scottish Chief, Dem., w. V . B. Harker 

Mecca Watchman of Truth, Bap., m William R. Welborn 

Mocksville Davie Record, Rep., w C. Frank Stroud 

Mocksville Mocksville Courier, Dem., w William K. Clement 

Monroe utomve Enquirer, Ind., w R. C. Ashci 

Monroe Monroe Journal, Ind. Den;., w R F. Beasley 

Mooresville Moorcsville Enterprise, Dem., sw I. Bailey Robeson 

Moravian Falls... Yellow Jacket, Rep., w R. Don Laws 

Morehead City. ..Enterprise, Dem., w Webb & Gaskul 

Morganton..." Deaf Carolinian, E., bm Mrs. L. A. Winston 

Mcrganton Newslh raid, Dem., w T. G. Cobb 

Mount Airy Blue Ridge Daily Breeze, d — . — • 

Vt \irv... ... ...Ml. Any News, Dem., w I. E. John 

Mt. Airy Mt. Aiiv Leader, Rep., w Thos. B. Gardner 

Mount Olive Baptist, Rel., sm \ ^ Smith 

Mount Olive Tribune, w Fred R. Mint 

Murfreesboro Murfre=sboro Index, Dem., w '• "■ Hick 

Murphy Cherokee Scout, w Meroney _& Tow ns 

Nashville Graphic, Dem., w ; l| " 1 ", " ;""" 

Nazareth Truth. Path., m PhomasF. ' 

New Bern New Bern Journal, Ind. Dem., sw Charles 1. Meven 

New Bern Sun, Dem., d °"'" ( " """" 



138 NEWSPAPERS IN NORTH CAROLINA. 

Town. Name <"f Paper. • Editor. 

Newton Catawba Courty News, Dju., sw C. H. Mebane 

Newton Newton Enterprise, Dem., w F. M. Williams 

N. Wilkesboro Hustler, Dem., w W. E. Pharr 

N. Wilkesboro. . .Saturday News, w R. F. Reynolds 

Oriental Orient., Ind.. w J. T. Stradling 

Oxford Orphan's Friend and Masonic Journal, Masonic, w John Nichols 

Oxford Oxford Public Ledger, Dem., w F. M. & W. M. Pinnix 

Pilot Mountain. ..Pilot, Local, w T. M. and W. F. George 

Pinehurst Outlook w H. L. Jillson 

Pittsboro Chatham Record, Dem., «v H. A. London. 

Pittsboro N. C. Index, Meth.,w J. C. Stanton 

Plymouth Roanokf Beacon C. V. W. Ausbon 

Plymouth Washington County Times, Ind., w Geo. W. Jackson 

Raeford Facts and Figures, Dem., v D. S. Poole 

Raleigh American J. 0. U. A. M., sm W. E. Faison 

Raleigh Biblica. Recorder, Bap., v Hight C. Moore 

Raleigh Bulletin, Agri., m Agricultural Dept. 

Raleigh Caucasian, Rep., w L. F. Butler 

Raleigh Christian Advocate, M., w T. N. Ivey 

Raleigh Farmer and Mechanic, A., w V. C. Moore 

Raleigh News and Observer, Dem., d. and w Josephus Daniels 

Raleigh Progressive Farmer, Agri., w Clarence H. Poe 

Raleigh Red and White, Lit., m , W. N. Sloan 

Raleigh Times. Dem., d J. V. Simms 

Raleigh Watchman, Fra., sm Z. P. Smith 

Randleman Central North Carolinian, Ind., w W. I. Boone 

Randleman News, Local, w W. M. Brewer 

Red Springs Citizen, Dem., w R. B. Branch 

Reidsville Review, Dem., sw J. T and Manton Oliver 

Reidsville Websters Weekly, Dem., w John R. Webster 

Rich Square Roanoke-Chowan Times, Ind. Dem., w .Andrew J. Conner 

Rockingham Anglo-Saxon, Ind., w J. M. Smith 

Rckingham Post ......' W. E. Dockery 

Rocky Mount Reocrd, d. and w J. H. Herbert 

Rocky Mount Twin County Echo, Dem., w J. O. Foy 

Roxboro Courier, Dem., w John A. Noe'l 

Roxboro Messenger, Rel., quar J. A. Hornaday 

Rural Hall Messenger, Ind., w Frank T. Miller 

Rutherfordton....Sun, lVm., w W. T. R. Bell 

Salisbury Carolina Watchman, Dem. , w William H. Stewart 

Salisbury Daily Post, Dem., d. and sw John M. Julian 

Sanford." Express D. L. St. Clair 

Sanford Lee County Times, Dem., ...w R. M. Phillips 

Scotland Neck ...Commonwealth, Dem., w E. E. Hilliard 

Selma Selma News, Dem., w G. B. Craven 

Shelby. Cleveland Star, Dem., sw H. T. Hudson 

Shelbv Shelby Aurora, Rep., w J. Y. Hamrick 

Siler City Siler Ojtv Grit.w W. S. Durham 

Smithfield Church Messenger, Rel., m Beaty & Lassiter 

Smithfield Smithneld Herald, Dem., w T. J. Lassihr and J. M. Beaty 

Snow Hill Square Deal, w G. A. Jones 

Snow Hill Standard-Laconic, Dem., w J. E. Debnam 

Southern Pines. . .Tourist, w .... H. E. Foss 

Southport Southport Herald, Dem., w howard C. Curtis 

Southport Messenger, Local, w J. R. Evans 

Sparta Star, Vnm., w A.S.Carson 

Spencer Crescent, Ind., sw L. S. Allen 

Spray N. C.-Va. Constructionist, w W. I. Boone 

Statesville Iredell County Mascot, Dem., sw A. H. Gilmore 

Statesville Landmark, Ind. Dem., sw ..R.R.Clark 

Sunlight Peoples Friends, Bap., sm Chas. Zollicoffer 

Svlva Jackson County Journal, Dem., w W. E. Gaillard 

Tarboro Tarboro Southerner, Dem.,d. and w Frank Powell 

Taylorsville Mountain Scout, w A. C. Payne 

Thomasville Charity and Children, B., w Archibald Johnson 

Thomasville Times, Dem., w J F. Westmoreland 

Trov Montjomerian, Dem., w ...W. F. Hunsucker 

Tryon Tryon Bee, Ind., w George E. Morton 



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NEWSPAPERS IN NORTH CAROLINA. 139 



"N 

"THE OLD RELIABLE" 

THE NEWS AND OBSERVER 

A CONSOLIDATION OF 

The Raleigh Sentinel The Raleigh Observer 

(Established March, 1865.) (Established 1876.) 

The Raleigh News The State Chronicle 

(Established 1871.) (Established 1884.) 

FIRST ISSUED AS The News and Observer 1881 



Town. Name of Paper. Editor. 

\* adesboro Ansonian W. O. Bivens 

Wadesboro Messenger-Intelligencer, D.-m., w J. G. Boylin 

Wake Forest Pastoral Visitor, Rel., m W. R. Cullom 

WakeForest Student, Lit., m Students 

Wake Forest Wake Forest Weekly, Athe., w Students 

Warrenton Record. Dem., w J. C. Hardy 

Warsaw Duplin Journal, Dem., w John M. Faison 

Washington Gazette, Dem., w C. L. Stevens 

Washington Messenger, Dem., d C. L. Stevens 

Washington Progress, Dem., w W. K. Jacobson 

Waxhaw Waxhaw Enterprise, Ind. Dem., w P. T. Way 

Waynesville Waynesville Courier, Dem., w G. C. Briggs 

Weldon Eastern Sentinel, Local, w H. B. Harrell 

Weldon Roanoke News, Dem., w John W. Sledge 

Whitehead Times, Agri., m W. L. Edwards 

Whiteville News-Reporter, Dem., w -F. T. Bizzell 

Wilkesboro Chronicle, Dem., w R. A. Deal 

Wilkesboro Patriot C. H. Cowles 

Williamston Enterprise, Dem., w A. E. Whitmore 

Williamston Gospel Messenger, Prim. B., m S. Hassell, J. E. W. Henderson 

Wilmington Evening Dispatch, Dem., d Jas. H. Cowan 

Wilmington Fruit and Truck Growers' Nat. Journal, T., bm Z. W. Whitehead 

Wilmington Mission Herald, Rel., m T. P. Noe 

Wilmington Morning Star, Dem., d. and w William II Bernard 

Wilmington Southern Lumber Journal, Trade, sw Z. W. Whitehead 

Wilson Carolina Evangel, Chris., w W. G. Walker 

Wilson Daily Times, Dem., d. and w Tohn D. Gold 

Wilson Wilson Messenger, Dem., w Jno. T. Jenkins 

Wilson Zion's Landmark, Prim. B Ino. T. Jenkins 

Windsor Windsor Ledger, Dem., w S. W. Kenn.y 

Winston-Salem Academy, E., m F. II. Clewell 

Winston-Salem. .. .Business Guide, Ind., m M. I. Stewart 

Winston-Salem. . .Daily Sentinel, Dem., d. and sw H. R. I' 

Winston-Salem... New' Covenant, Rel., m J. D. I' 

Winston-Salem. ...Southern Tobacco Journal, T., w G. E. Webb 

Winston-Salem Union Republican, Rep., w L B. Qoslen 

Winston-Salem WacUnia Moiavian, Mora., m '■ H. Clewell 

Winston-Salem... Winston-Salem Journal, Dem., d S. II. l-\n 

Yadkinville Yadkin Ripple, Rep., w C. M. Wai 

Yanceyville Caswell Democrat, Dem., w A. Yancey Kerr 

Yanceyville Sentinel, w T. .1. 1 (endi rson 

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Religious and Church Statistics. 



Summary Religious Denomi nations. 

Denominations. Ministers. 

Advent Christian IS 

Associated Reform 

Christian 70 

Church of Christ - ; 

Disciples 65 

Dunkards 9 

Episcopal 128 

Evangelical Lutheran 53 

Friends 65 

Hebrews ' 

Latter Day Saints 7 

Moravian 13 

Old Moravian, Seed 9 

Presbyterian 201 

Ref orined Church 39 

Roman Catholic 31 

Seventh Day Adventists 5 

Salvation Army 5 

Waldness 1 

BAPTISTS— 

Missionary' 1,048 

Free Will 231 

Primitive 160 

METHODISTS— 

M. E. Church, South 744 

Methodist Protestant 56 

M. E. Church, (North) " 67 

Methodist, Wesleyans 



Churches 


. Members. 


18 


1,736 


105 


11,000 


4 




85 


17,118 


9 


514 


257 


13,492 


70 


10,000 


53 


6,698 


7 


547 


1 


147 




3,834 


9 


193 


436 


42,000 


41 


5,591 


36 


5,104 


5 


99 


5 


521 


1 


325 


1,586 


194,273 


308 


21,276 


321 


31,720 


1,486 


151,010 


223 


20,160 


159 


9,427 


17 


199 



YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN 
ASSOCIATION. 

A. G. Brenizer, Chairman, Charlotte. 
Geo. Stephens, Treasurer, Charlotte. 

F. D. Lethco, Recording Sec, Charlotte. 

G. C. Huntington, Interstate Secretary. 
Headquarters: Association Building, Char- 
lotte. 

CITY ASSOCIATIONS. 

Asheville— Julius C. Martin, President; J. 
L. Hunter, General Secretary; E. B. 
Brown. Assistant; J. B. Huntington, 
Physical Director. Occupy own building, 
worth $35,000. Membership, 450. 

Charlotte— Robert Glasgow, Jr., President; 
D. L. Probert, General Secretary; H. J. 
Knebel, Boys* Work Director. : B. B. Fos- 
ter, Physical Director. Occupy own 
building," cost $120,000. Membership, 614. 

Durham — E. S. Parrish, Chairman Building 
Committee; J. S. Hunter, General Sec- 
retary; Geo. N. Parrish, Physical Direc- 
tor. Occupy own building, cost $50,000. 

Elizabeth City— S. L. Sheep, President. 
Erecting building to cost $30,000. 

Wilmington — Joseph Akerman, President; 
Edwin Kettle, General Secretary. Oc- 
cupy building worth $60,000. Members, 
410.' 

Winston-Salem— R. C. Norfleet, President; 
P. M. Colbert, General Secretary; R. E. 
Lewis, Assistant Secretary; Geo. E. Stock, 
Physical Director. Occupy own building, 
cost $55,000. 



RAILROAD ASSOCIATIONS. 

Spencer — Southern Railway Department; B. 
L. Stevenson, General Secretary; Louis 
Krouser, Assistant; Fred Broad, Assistant. 
Occupy own building, value $30,000. Mem- 
bers, 418. 

Hamlet— Seaboard Railway, H. W. Purvis, 
President; K. R. Hartsfleld, General Sec- 
retary. Members, 175. 

COLLEGE ASSOCIATIONS. 

Buie's Creek Academy— E. P. Robinson, 
President. 50 members. 

University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill — 
Frank Graham, President; Eugene E. Bar 
nett, General Secretary. 231 members 
Occupy own building, cost $13,000. 

Crescent Academy, Crescent — G. K. Moose 
President. 25 members. 

Davidson College, Davidson— O. E. Buch 
holz, President. 240 members. Occupy 
own building, value $4,000. 

Trinity College, Durham— T. M. Grant 
President. 131 members. 

Elon College, Elon— R. A. Campbell, Presi 
dent. 46 members. 

Guilford College, Guilford College— W. T 
Boyce, President. 79 members. Occupy 
own building, value $4,000. 

Wm. Bingham School, Mebane— N. H 
Street, President. 68 members. 

Catawba College, Newton— J. A. Palmer 
President. 53 members. 

Oak Ridge Institute, Oak Ridge— M. W. 
Strickland, President. 25 members. 

Raeford Institute, Raeford— J. E. Elliott 
President. 47 members. 



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Rutherford College, Rutherford College— 

W. B. Davis, President. 31 members. 
Wake Forest College, Wake Forest— C. J 

Jackson, President. 210 members. 
Trinity Park High School, Durham— W. A. 

Cade, President. 55 members. 
A. and M. College, Raleigh— W. S. Dean, 

President. 283 members. 
Whitsett Institute, Wlri'setx— J. Y. Joyner, 

President. 116 members. 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. 

First Church of Christ, Scientist, New 
Bern— First Reader, Mrs. Amy E. King; 
Chairman of Board of Director, Miss M. 
H. Harrison ; Assistant to Publication 
Committee, Miss E. C. Ferebee. 

First Church of Christ, Scientist, Wilming- 
ton—First Reader, Edward C. Lewis; 
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 G. Smith; Assistant to Publica- 
tion Committee, Geo. S. Powell. 

First Church of Christ, Scientist, Kinston— 
Assistant to Publication Committee, Mrs. 
Henry Peebles. 

MORAVIAN CHURCH. 

Number of communicants 3,834 

Number of non-mommunicants 312 

Number of children 1,823 

Total 5.974 

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 John W. Fries. 

LIST OF MINISTERS. 
Bishop Edward Rondthaler— Winston-Salem. 
John H. Clewell— Wintson-Salem. 
John Kenneth 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. 
John F. McCuiston — Friedbery. 
Edgar A. Holton — Mayodan. 

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. 
Chancellor, Thomas Oestreich — Belmont. 
Melchoir Reichert — Belmont. 
Willibald Baumgartner— Belmont. 
Ignatius Remke — Belmont. 
Augustine Echer — Belmont. 
Eugene Egan — Belmont. 
James Buchholz — Belmont. 
Alphonse Buss — Belmont. 
William Regnat— Belmont. 



Michael Mclnerny — Belmont. 
C. Dennen — Wilmington. 
W. B. Hannon — Wilmington. 
M. A. Irwin — Newton Grove. 
J. A. Kavanagh — Southern Pines. 
T. W. Stapleton— New Bern. 
J. A. Gallagher — New Bern. 
W. T. Whcartv— Goldsboro. 
T. P. Griffin— Raleigh. 
T. F. Price — Nazareth. 
T. P. Hayden — 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 Lester — Winston. 

F. J. Gallagher — Fayetteville. 

REFORMED CHURCH. 

Members, 6,639. 

Sunday-schools, 45. 

Teachers and scholars, 5,277. 

Contributions, $27,667. 

President, Rev. C. E. Wehler, Newton. 

Stated Clerk, Synod of Potomac, J. C. 
Leonard, Lexington. 

MINISTERS. 
John Ingle, Green Park 
Michael L. Hedrick, Lexington. 
Jacob C. Olapp, 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. 
Wm. H. McNairy, Thomasville. 
Henry E. Sechler, China Grove. 
Joshua L. Bowers, Greensboro. 
John H. Keller, Concord. 
Wm. B. Duttcra, Salisbury. 
David E. Bowers, High Point. 
Samuel W. Beck, Newton. 
Walter W. Rowe, Newton. 
Calvin B. Heller, Salisbury. 
Wm. M. Causey, Concord. 
Shuford Peeler, Greensboro. 
Allen R. Holshouser, Rockwell. 
Charles E. Wehler, Newton. 
Anthony Shulenberger, China Grove. 
E. Garver Williams. Mt. Pleasant. 
J. Leidy Yearick, Maiden. 
Milton M. Noacher, China Grove. 
Lee A. Peeler, High Point. 

METHODIST PROTESTANT 
CHURCH. 

Number of members, 20,160; ministers, 56; 
churches, 223; Sunday-schools, 208; schol- 
ars, 12,719. 

Publishing House at Greensboro. The 
Conference Organ, Our Church Record, 
J. F. McCulloch, Editor. Greensboro. 

President of Conference— W. E. Swain, 
Asheboro. 

Secretary— S. W. Taylor, Pocky Mount. 



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Appointments for 1909. 

Alamance — W. M. Pike, Liberty. 
Albemarle — J. F. Dosier, LaGrange. 
Anderson — C. H. Whitaker, Greenville 

S. C. 
Asheboro (Station)— T. M. Johnston, Ashe- 

boro. 
Buncombe (C) — Geo. L. Curry, Weaver- 

ville. 
Asheville (Station) — J. D. Williams, Ashe- 

ville. 
Burlington (Station) — J. O. Williams, Bur- 
lington. 
Caldwell (C.)— H. B. Gorman, Hickory. 
Chatham (C.)— To be supplied by C. W. 

Bates, Siler City. 
Chesterfield (C.)— To be supplied by P. L. 

Jordan. 
Cleveland (C.)— W. D. Reed, Fallston. 
Concord (Station) — A. O. Lindley, Con- 
cord. 
Davidson (C.)— J. W. Hulin, Denton. 
Denton (C.) — G. L. Reynolds, Denton. 
Fairview (C.) — D. A. Braswell, Shetucket. 
Flat Rock (C.)— W. F. K»nnett, Stokes- 

dale. 
Forsyth (C.)— W. C. Lassiter, Tobacco- 

ville. 
Gaston (C.)— T. A. Williams, Bessemer 

City. 
Graham and Haw River (Stations) — J. R. 

Hutton, GreensrJoro. 
Granville (C.)— J. W. Frank, Henderson, 

R. F. D. No. 4. 
Greensboro (Station) — T. J. Ogburn, 

Greensboro. 
Greenville and Spring Church — W. D. 

Fogleman, Pleasant Hill. 
Guilford (C.)— D. A. Highfell, Liberty. 
Halifax (C.) — W. L. Harris. Henderson. 
Haw River (C.) — Unsupplied. 
Henderson (Station) — R. M. Andrews, Hen- 
derson. 
High Point (Station)— A. G. Dixon, High 

Point. 
Ivey (C.) — W. A. Lamar, Democrat. 
LaGrange — J. H. Abernathy. 
Lebanon— J. H. Maton, High Point. 
Liberty — Chas. J. Edwards, Liberty. 
Lincoln — J. E. McSwain, Cherryville, R. 

F. D. No. 3. 
Littleton— R. C. Stubbins. 
Mebane — G. W. Holmes, Mebane. 
Mecklenburg — Supplied by Oliver D. Stacy. 
Mocksville— W. T. Totteh, Yadkin College. 
Monroe — W. D. Martin, Monroe. 
Mt. Hernon — J. A. Burgess, Burlington, R. 

F. D. No. 7. 

Oak Ridge — W. R. Lowdermilk. 

Orange — Homer Caston, Efland. 

Mt. Zion— A. L. Hunter, Pinnacle. 

Randleman — T. H. Matthews, Randleman. 

Randolph — W. F. Ashburn, Liberty. 

Richland — J. H. Stowe, Asheboro. 

Roanoke— C. L. Whitaker, Enfield. 

Rockingham — H. W. Braswell, Rocking- 
ham. 

Rocky Mount (Station)— S. • W. Taylor, 
Rocky Mount. 

Saxapahaw — H. S. P. Thompson, Saxapa- 
haw. 
I Stanley — E. G. Lowdermilk, Plyler. 



St. Paul (Station)— C. E. M. Raper, 

Greensboro. 
Tabernacle — H. L. Powell. 
Uwharie— T. A. Plyler, Denton. 
Vance — W. J. Hackney, Henderson. 
W. Lexington — J. A. Ledbetter, Seagrove. 
Winston — G. F. Millaway. 
Yarborough — N. G. Bethea, Cross Anchor, 

S. C. 
Thomasville— Edward Suits, Thomasville. 
Yadkin Valley — A. H. Bryans, Lexington. 

CHRISTI AN ( DISCIPLES) 
CHURCH. 

J. W. Hines, President — Rocky Mount. 
J. H. S. Hodges, Vice-President — Ayden. 
J. R. Rountree, Corresponding Secretary — 
Kinston. 

C. M. Morton, Recording Secretary — Wil- 
son. 

Geo. Hackney, Treasurer — Wilson. 
ADVISORY BOARD. 

A. J. Moye — Farmville. 

J. J. Brinson — Beard's Creek. 
J. F. Latham — Greenville. 
J. C. Cowell— Dunn. 
R. II. Jones — Winston-Salem. 
S. B. Taylor — Catharine Lake. 

D. P. Bradshaw — Dunn. 

MINISTERS OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

D. H. Adams — Pungo 

D\ W. Arnold— Greenville. 

Stanley Ayers — Williamston. 

B. T. Bitting— Stokesdale. 
H. C. Bowen — Belhaven. 

W. B. Brickhouse — Skinnersville. 

J. C. Caldwell— Wilson. 

Isaiah Carver — Rougemont. 

W. H. Cobb— Whitakers. 

J. C. Coggins — Black Mountains. 

H. S. Davenport— Fairfield. 

C. L. Davis — Leechville. 

D. W. Davis — Washington. 
J. T. Davis — Ayden. 

W. A. Davis — Washington. 
J. G. Dukes — Englehard. 
J. A. Erwin— Wilmington. 
Hayes Farish — Wilson. 
T. L. Frost— Spray. 
T. J. Glenn— Stoneville. 
Thomas Green — Pantego. 
H. S. Gurganus — Plymouth. 
J. S. Henderson — Harbinger. 
C. J. Helsabeck — Asheville. 
A.J. Holton— Olympia. 
N. B. Hood— Dunn. 
J. A. Hopkins — Winston. 
C. W. Howard — Kinston. 
W. G. Jackson — Plymouth. 
J. R. Jinnette — -Beaufort. 
Claude C. Jones — New Bern. 
I. W. King — Wilmington. 
C. E. Lee — Washington. 
A. F. Leighton — Macclesfield. 
J. 0. McReynolds — Asheville. 
A. J. Manning — Jamesville. 
C. B. Marshburn — Wilson. 
R. H. Massengill — Four Oaks. 
U. Minahuchi — Asheville. 
J. A. Mizzell — Jamesville. 

E. E. Moore — Ayden. 

G. A. Moore — Reelsboro. 



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Jesse Moore — Wilson. 

C. M. Morton — Wilson. 
Cecil Outlaw — Wilson. 
R. P. Omer — Washington. 
J. F. Owens — Dunn. 

D. H. Petree — La Grange. 
R. L. Philpott, Beasley. 
J. B. Respass — Pantego. 
L. T. Rightsell— LaGrange. 
J. R. Rountree — Kinston. 
J. R. Smith— Plymouth. 

J. .A. Spruill — Plymouth. 
J. F. Sumrell — Marion. 
S. W. Sumrell— Grifton. 
C. H. Swain — Roper. 
J. R. Tingle — Plymouth. 
J. W. Tyndall— Kinston. 
G. T. Tyson — Leechville. 
W. G. Walker— Wilson. 
M. V. Warner — demons. 
T. W. Whitley— Bath. 
W. O. Winfield— Bath. 
J. W. Wolfe— Rural Hall 

SOCIETY OF FRIENDS. 

Number of congregations, 53; number 
of members, 6,726, a gain of 139 during 
past year. Annual meeting, called North 
Carolina Yearly Meeting 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. 
Evangelistic Superintendent — Eli Reece, 

Greensboro. 
Ministers of N. C. Yearly 
Meeting. 
EASTERN QUARTER. 
Walter White— High Point. 
Elizabeth E. White — Nicanor. 
David Coppock — Rich Square. 
NEW GARDEN. 
Albert Peele— Guilford College. 
Mary A. Peele— Guilford College. 
Mary C. Wood}- — Guilford College. 
Raymond Binford — Guilford College. 
Mary E. Cartland — Greensboro. 
Joseph H. Peele— Guilford College. 
J. Edwin Jay — Guilford College. 
Stephen S. Myrick — Greensboro. 
Eli Reece — Greensboro. 

WESTERN. 
Simeon Barker — Climax. 
W. Alpheus White — Guilford College. 
Jeremiah S. Cox — Greensboro. 
Eli Craven — Causey. 
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. 
Manley Holladay — Greensboro. 
Rodema Wright — Snow Camp. 
David E. Sampson — Graham. 
Thomas Dixon — Snow Camp. 
Miles Reece — Snow Camp. 
Georgia B. Reece — Snow Camp. 

SOUTHERN. 
Sarah E. W. Winslow— Holly. 



Herbert W. Reynolds— High Falls. 

Elwood Cox — Eula. 

John S. Tillman — Asheboro. 

Levi Cox — Ramseur, No. 1. 

David Farrow, Jr. — Randleman, No. 3. 

Michael C. Farlow — Edgar. 

Michael Farlow — Randleman, No. 3. 

CONTENTNEA. 

John S. Moore — Goldsboro. 

John C. Holly — Wilmington. 

G. Whitford Edgerton — Goldsboro. 

Louisa Bridgers — Warsaw. 

William U. Grantham — Princeton. 

Charles Peterson — Chintilla, Va. 

Micajah T. Cox— Goldsboro. 

DEEP RIVER. 
Rufus P. King— High Point. 
Dougan C. Cox — Archdale. 
Nereus M. Barker — Archdale. 
Thomas E. Anderson — Thomasville, No. 1. 
J. Robert Parker — High Point. 
James H. Davis — Marion, S. C. 
Joseph Potts — High Point, No. 1. 
Enos Harvey — High Point-. 
M. Davis Branon — High Point. 

YADKIN VALLEY. 
Wade H. Adams— Yadkinville, R. F. D. 
Lucy Vestal — Martin. 

Franklin Warden— Yadkinville, R. F. D. 
Iven Adams — Martin. 
James Ring — East Bend. 
Annie E. Williams — Lewisville. 
L. Simeon Mixon — Yadkinville. 

SURRY. 
T. Wesley Wooten — Mount Airy. 
Ellen Marshall — White Pains. 
J. C. Holmes— White Plains. 
Samuel Pickett — Mount Airy. 
Lorena Reynolds — Dobson. 
William J. Reid — Dobson. 

SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN 
CONVENTION. 

This convention is composed of seven 
conferences, three of which are in North 
Carolina. 

The membership of this church in North 
Carolina is about 11,000, with 70 ministers 
and 105 church. At Elon College is the 
Christian Orphanage with Rev. J. L. Fos- 
ter, superintendent. 

SOUTHERN CONVENTION. 

President Southern Christian Convention, 
Rev. W. W. Staley, D. D., Suffolk, Va. 

Prof. P. J. Keriiodle, Elon College, Sec- 
retary. 

John A. Mills, Raleigh, Treasurer. 

President Christian Missionary Associa- 
tion, Rev. N. G. Newman, president, Hol- 
land, Va. 

Rev. L W. Johnson, Suffolk, Va., Sec- 
retary. 

B. D. Jones, Holland, Va., Treasurer. 
NORTH CAROLINA AND VIRGINIA 
CONFERENCE. 

Prof. W. A. Harper, Elon College, Pres- 
ident. 

Prof. W. P. Lawrence, Elon College, 
Secretary. 

Rev. T. W. Stroud, Union Ridge, Treas- 



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MINISTERS. 



J. 0. Atkinson, Elon College. 
T. B. Dawson, Elon College. 
W. H. Ford, Carysville, Ohio. 
H. C. Fulton, White Roads. 
W. T. Herndon, Elon College. 
J. W. Holt, Burlington. 
A. F. Isely, Shallow Ford. 
P. T. Klapp, Pittsboro. 
J. W. Patton, Elon College. 
C. C. Peel, Elon College. 
J. W. Pinnix, Kernersville. 
T. W. Strowd, Union Ridge. 
J. W. Wellons, Elon College. 
W. L. Wells, Elon College. 
R. P. Crumpler, Elon College. 
EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA CONFER- 
ENCE. 

Rev. G. R. Underwood, President, Os- 
good. 

Rev. W. C. Wicker, Elon College, Sec- 
retary. 

J. C. Ballentine, Varina, Treasurer. 

MINISTERS. 
W. G. Clements, Morrisville. 
J. L. Foster, Elon College. 
G. J. Green, Morrisville. 
C. E. Newman, Henderson. 
S. B. Klapp, Greensboro. 
G. R. Underwood, Osgood. 
L. W. Mangum, Benson. 
J. D. Wicker, Jonesboro. 
M. L. Winston. Creedmoor. 
W. C. Wicker, Elon College. 
A. P. Barbee, Durham. 
T. A. Pounds, Clayton. 
H. Scholz, Macon. 

WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA CONFER- 
ENCE. 

Rev. L. I. Cox, Elon College, President. 

Rev. R. L. Williamson, Seagrove, Sec- 
retary. 

Capt. J. A. Turrentme, Burlington, 
Treasurer. 

MINISTERS. 
T. E. White, Ponce, Porto Rico. 
R. L. Williamson, Seagrove. 
H. A. Albright, Moffitts. 

C. A. Boon, Elon College. 
J. R. Comer, Spencerville. 

P. H. Fleming, Burlington. 
W. W. Lawrence, Erect. 
W. S. Long, Graham. 

D. A. Long, Graham. 
H. T. Moffitt, Mofflts. 

J. U. Newman, 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. 

EVANGELICALr LUTHERAN 
CHURCH. 

This Church in North Carolina is or- 
ganized in three Synods— North Carolina, 
Missouri, and Tennessee. 

North Carolina Synod. 
Communicants, 8,906; number of churches, 



65; contributions, $54,005. 

OFFICERS OF SYNOD. 
President— Rev. V. Y. Boozer, Concord. 
V c( -President— J. E. Schenck, Concord. 
Secretary— H. A. McCullough, Albemarle. 
Treasurer — James 1). Heilig, Salisbury. 

LIST OF THE CLERGY. 
G. D. Bernheim, Charlotte. 
L. A. Bikle, Concord. 
J. A. Fesperman, Salisbury. 
W. R. Ketchie, Mocksville, No. 1. 
R. L. Brown, Salisbury, No. 6. 
R. C. Holland, Chariotte. 

E. P. Parker, Gibsonville. 
Geo. H. Cox, Glass. 
H. M. Brown, Efird's Mills. 
V. R. Stickley, Burlington, No. 4. 
J. A. Linn, Rockwell. 

B. S. Brown, Barber. 
J. W. Strickler, Rural Hall. 
H. A. Trexler, Salisbury, No. 3. 

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. 
V. Y. Boozer, Concord, No. 4. 
H. A. McCullough, Albemarle. 
Geo. S. Bearden, Wilmington. 
W. A. Snvder, Wilmington. 

W. A. Dutton, Richfield. 

C. B. Cox, Burlington. 

T. C. Parker, Barber. 

R. R. Sowers, Salisbury, No. 1. 

J. L. Morgan, High Point. 

C. I. Morgan, Salisbury. 

C. P. Fisher, Salisbury, No. 3. 

G. H. L. Lingle, Lexington, No. 5. 
Chas. R. Pless, McLeansville. 

L. B. Spracher, Salisbury, No. 4. 
W. B. Aull, China Grove. 
J. P. Miller, Mt. Pleasant. 
H. E. H. Sloop, Gold Hill. 

C. K. Helland, Concord. 

E. A. Shenk, Winston-Salem. 
R. L. Patterson, Charlotte. 

Tennessee Synod. 

Number congregations, 76; number minis- 
ters, 30; number members, 6,000; num- 
ber Sunday-schools, 58. 

OFFICERS OF SYNOD. 

President— J. C. Moser, Hickory. 

Treasurer — R. A. Yoder, Lincolnton. 

Recording Secretary— Chas. K. Bell, Kings 
Mountain. 

Statistical Secretary— E. A. Kohn, Cherry- 
ville. 

LIST OF THE CLERGY. 

J. C. Moser, Hickory. 

R. A. Yoder, Lincolnton. 

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, Lincolnton. 
Jacob Wike, Edith. 
Prof. R. L. Fritz, Hickory. 
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W. J. Boger, Mt. Holly. 

James F. Deal, Henry. 

C. K. Lippard, Saga, Japan. 

F. K. Roof, Hickory, No. 3. 
John Hall, Gastonia. 

E. H. Kohn, Cherryville. 
C. K. Bell, Kings Mountain. 
J. A. Yount, Conover. 
H. A. Kistler, Montz, No. 1. 
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. Boliek, Lexington. 
H. L. Seagle, Lincolnton. 
L. L. Lohr, Reepsville. 

\V. D. Wise. Newton, No. 2. 
M. L. Pence, Henry. 

Missouri Synod. 

Communicant membership, 2,350; number 
of churches, 2G; Sunday schools, 22; 
ministers, 23; parish school teachers, 7. 

LIST OF THE CLERGY. 

N. J. Bakke — Greensboro. 
Paul Bischoff — Conover. 
R. A. Bischoff — Conover. 
E. T. Coyner, Asheville. 

D. A. Goodman — Connelly Springs. 
H. W. Gross — Greensboro. 

Ad. Haentzschel — Conover. 
P. C. Henry — Conover. 
J. G. 0. Katthain, Conover. 
S. S. Keisler — Conover. 
J. S. Koiner — Conover. 
W. H. Lash— Salisbury. 
C. Lauterbach — Ridgeway. 
M. Lochner — Greensboro. 

G. E. Long — Newton. 
George Luecke — Conover. 
J. Mc. David — Charlotte. 
G. A. Romoser — Conover. 
J. Ph. Schmidt — Concord. 
C. O. Smith— Claremont. 
J. M. Smith — Conover. 
Fr. Wahlers — Greensboro. 
C. A. Weiss — Conover. 

FREE WTLIi 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. 
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. 
AV. T. Johnson— Goldsboro, No. 5. 

E. T. Phillips— Ayden. 



.1. W. Cox— Raleigh. 
B. W. Trippett— Bailey. 

Sidney Harris — Black Creek. 
J. L. Strickland — Middli 

A. R. Flowers — Taylor. 

B. B. Deans — Middlesex. 

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 — Dudlev. 
W. H. Collins— Dickens. 
Henry Rentfrow Barnes' Store. 

C. E. Orton— Dudley. 

J. K. Ruffin — Spring Hope. 
W. P. Faison— Wendell. 

A. B. Utley— Apex. 

G. W. Ferrell— Wendell. 
T. J. Eatman — Lamm. 

N. B. Nordan — Goldsboro. 

W. M. Howell— Konly. 

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. 
\V. 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, R. F. D. 3. 
A. J. Bordeaux — Ashton. 

I. W. Bordeaux — Ilocut. 

C. J. Carr, . 

J. F. Casey — Goldsboro. 

J. S. Ellis— Clayton. 

E. F. Edwards — Lvdia. 

C. W. Ezzell— Wallace, R. F. D. No. 2. 

E. C. Futrell Coldsboro. 

W. L. Godwin — Newton Grove, No. 2. 

W. R. Glover— Duk.. 

II. II. Goff— Benson. 

0. B. Garris — South Washington. 

W. B. Hare— Duke. 

J. F. Hill— LaGrange, R. F. D. No. 2. 

\V. J. Jernigan — Dunn, 

H. W. Jernigan — Dunn. 

L. E. Johnson — Goldsboro. 

J. Ruffin Johnson — Four Oaks, No. 4. 

( !. A. Jackson i loldsboro, No 5. 

I.unda Lee— Dunn. K. !•'. D. No. 1. 

J. M. Langdon — Wilson's Mills. 

J. w. Lucas Duke. 

J. w. Moore, ■ . 

G. S. Mobly, . 

J. F. Owens — Dunn. 



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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 — Fayette ville. 
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— Grindooi. 
W. C. Vause — Hookerton. 
J. R. McG'askey — Ayden. 

C. L. Little— Winterville. 

A. Tyson — Farmville. 

E. D. Hathaway — Conetoe. 
W. T. Pollard— Stokes. 

B. H. Hearne — Greenville. 
J. T. Butler— Aulander. 

D. M. Ratcliff— Yeatesville. 
J. A. Sugg— Snow Hill. 

E. L. Sowers — Cclumbia. 

R. I. Corbitt— Timmonsville, S. C. 

C. B. Jones— Winterville, N. 3. 
J. D. Boyd — Pinetown. 

J. T. Bundy — Fountain. 

M. A. Woodard — Ayden. 

D. A. Windham — Saratoga. 
R. E. Edmondson — Eureka. 

S. F. Lassiter — Branchville, Va. 
C. J. Harris — Greenville, No. 4. 
A. Tyndall— Snow Hill, No. 4. 
C. O. Armstrong — Ayden. 

E. 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. Gaskins — 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. Sewell— Beaufort. 

I. W. Russell— Beaufort. 

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. J. Boyd— Cove. 

G. W. Kennedy— Cabin. 

J. W. Salter— Stacy. 

J. A. Ringgold — Tuscarora. 

R. C. Kennedy — Cabin. 

L. W. Witherington— Littlefield. 

C. J. Voliva — Winstead\ ille. 

B. W. Wells— Bettie. 

Theodore Yarboro — Flox. 

T. C. Foster— Richlands. 

H. J. Whaley— Cabin. 

K. F. Springle — Cedar Point. 

G. C. "Vause — Ayden. 

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, Charlotte. 

Archdeacon of Raleigh — Nicholas Colin 
Hughes, Chocowinity. 

Archdeacon of Colored Work — Henry B. De- 
lany. 

President of the Standing Committee — I. 
McK. Pittenger, Raleigh. 

Secretary and Registrar — Julian E. Ingle, 
Raleigh. 

Treasurer — Chas. E. Johnson, Raleigh. 

Histonographer — John L. Henderson, Salis- 
bury. 

Number of parishes and missions, 100. 

Communicants, 6,220. 

Baptized persons, 10,769. 

Contributions, 1908, ?SS,695.85. 

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 — Mooresville. 

Milton A. Barber — Raleigh. 

Alfred R. Berkeley — Mayodan. 

Locke W. Blackwelder — Salisbury. 

Sidney S. Bost — Durham. 

Reni. S. Bronson — Macon. 

Simeon J. M. Brown — Cooleemee. 

Thaddeus A. Cheatham — Wilson. 

Henry Teller Cooke — Winston. 

John H. Crosby — Raleigh. 

John C. Davis — Concord. 

Henry B. Delany (colored) — Raleigh. 

Thomas G. Faulkner — Greensboro. 

Frederick A. Fetter, Monroe. 

Alexander Gait — High Point. 

Henry T. Gregory — Southern Pines. 

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Samuel M. Hanff — Duke. 

Francis W. Hilliard— Oxford. 

Richard W. Hogue— Chapel Hill. 

Horner Leach Hoover — Leaksville. 

Frederick H. T. Horsfield— Oxford. 

John C. Horton — Warrenton. 

N. Colin Hughes — Chocowinity. 

A. B. Hunter — Raleigh. 

Julian E. Ingle — Raleigh. 

B rancis Joyner — Littleton. 

James E. King (colored)— Raleigh. 

Geo. W. Lay — Raleigh. 

John London — Louisburg. 

Charles H. Male (colored)— Oxford. 

Harris Mallinckrodt — Charlotte. 

Matthias M. Marshall — Raleigh. 

William H. Meade— Chapel Hill. 

W. L. Mellichampe— High Point. 

Francis J. Murdoch— Salisbury. 

Edward L. Ogilby— Burlington. 

Edwin A. Osborne — Charlotte. 

Francis M. Osborne — Charlotte. 

Eobt. Bruce Owens — Rocky Mount. 

John W. Perry (colored)— Tarboro. 

Robert N. Perry (colored)— Wilson. 

Girard W. Phelps— Victoria, Va. 

William T. Picard — Jackson. 

I. McK. Pittenger— Raleigh. 

Aldred A. Pruden— Chaplain U. S. A. 

John L. Saunders — Salisbury. 

Louis H. Schubert— Glenham, N. Y. 

Walter J. Smith— Charlotte. 
Thomas L. Trott— West Durham. 
William Walker— Reisterstown, Md. 

«. Paxson Watters — Hillsboro. 
James H. Williams— Charlottesville, Va. 
Diocese of East Carolina. 

So much of the State of North Carolina 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 Registrar— Frederick N. 
Skinner, Beaufort. 

Treasurer— Thomas D. Meares, Wilmington. 

Chancellor— George Rountree, Wilmington. 

No. of Parishes and Missions, 76. 

Communicants, 4,664. 

Contributions, $56,893.98 

LIST OF THE CLERGY. 

Bishop— Robert Strange, Wilmington. 

Wm. G. Avant, (col.)— New Bern. 

Samuel S. Barber— Swan Quarter. 

Benjamin M. Bradin — Morristown, Tenn. 

Edmund R. Bennett (colored)— Wilmington. 

John H. Brown— New Bern. 

James Carmichael— Wilmington. 

William E. Cox— Wilmington. 

Robert B. Drane — Edenton. 
Luther Eborn— Creswell. 

John B. Gibble — Windsor. 

John H. Griffith— Kinston. 
William J. Gordon— (Williamston. 

J. W. Herritage (colored)— Kinston. 
Nathaniel Harding— Washington. 
Isaac W. Hughes— Fayettcville. 

B. F. Huske — Greenville. 

James H. King (colored)— Edenton. 

'Jenj. S. Lassiter— Hertford. 



C. D. Malone — Washington. 

Alexander C. D. Noe — Belhaven. 
Walter R. Noe, Clinton. 

Thomas P. Noe — Wilmington. 

Charles B. Pritchett (colored) — Augusta, Ga 

A. W. Seabrease — Wilmington. 

Frederick N. Skinner — Beaufort. 

Claudius F. Smith— Elizabeth City. 

William B. Suthern, Jr. (colored) Fayette- 
ville. 

Junius L. Taylor (colored) — New Bern. 

F. B. Ticknor — Aurora. 

II. W. Ticknor — Aurora. 

William T. Wood (colored) — Washington. 

Edward Wootten — Wilmington. 
Missionary District of Asheville. 

So much of the State of North Carolina as 
lies west of the "Diocese of North Caro- 
lina." 

Bishop — Junius M. Horner, Asheville. 

General Missionary — E. N. Joyner, Tryon. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Alfred II. Stubbs, 
Asheville. 

Registrar — John A. Deal. Franklin. 

Chancellor — Theo. F. Davidson, Asheville. 

Number of Parishes and Missions, 81. 

Communicants, 2,608. 

Baptized persons, 5,204. 

Contributions, $46,347. 17. 

LIST OF THE CLERGY. 
Junius M. Horner, Bishop— Asheville. 
John N. Atkins — Blowing Rock. 
Chalmers D. Chapman — Brevard. 
John A. Deal — Franklin. 
Hugh A. Dobbin — Vallecrucis. 
McNeelv DuBose — Morganton. 
Charles Ferris— White Plains, N. Y. 
William H. Hardin— Gastonia. 
Eugene DeF. Heald, Jr. — Chelsea, Mass. 
William J Herritage (colored) — Asheville. 
D. T. Johnson — Lincolnton. 
Milnor Jones — Tacoma. Wash. 
Edmund N. Joyner — Tryon. 
James Joyner — Morganton. 
James T. Kennedy (colored)— Franklin. 
Alfred S. Lawrence — Highlands. 
Arthur B. Li verm ore — Fletcher. 
Frederick D. Lobdell — Rutherfordton. 
William G. McCready — Asheville. 
Armand DeR. Meares— Biltmore. 
John S. Moody — Hickory. 
Thomas A. Morris — Skyland. 
Ilervey C. Parke — Waynesville. 
William F. Rice — Asheville. 
William R. Savage— Blowing Rock. 
John C. Seagle — Valle Cruces. 
Alfred II. Stubbs— Asheville. 
Rodney R. Swope Biltmore. 
Reginald N. Willcox — Hendersonville. 
Francis Willis Excelsior, Minnesota 

.PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

Moderator of Synod Rev. \. B. Shaw, 
Charlotte. 

Stated Clerk and Treasurer— D. I. Craig, 
Reidsville. 

Superintendent of Eome Missions M. McO. 
Shields, (eleci I. 

General Evangelists William Black, Char- 
lotte; Ceo. w . Belk, Ubemarle. 

Number of ministers, 201 ; < hun hi 9, ISO: 
communicants, about 42,000; total 



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amount contributed for all causes during 


C. B. Ratchford— Concord. 


past ecclesiastical year, $400,789, of 


J. R. Branch— Statesville. 


which sum $83,986 was raised for Home 


J. M. Grier — Concord. 


and Foreign Missions, and about 


John Wakefield — Barium Springs. 


($40,000) for educational purposes. 


T. E. P. Woods— Plum Tree. 


MINISTERS. 


R. W. Culbertson — Mooresville. 


Orange Presbytery. 


L. H. Query — Glass. 
( '. W. Erwin — Concord. 


D. I. Craig, Stated Clerk— Reidsville. 


R. A. Lapsley, Jr.— Newton. 


C. E. Hodgin, Treasurer — Greensboro. 


E. P. Bradley — Mocksville. 


C. W. Robinson — No. Wilkesboro. 


J. G. Garth— Hickory. 


R. W. George — Francisco. 


T. W. Lingle — Davidson. 


E. C. Murray — Graham. 


W. J. Sechrest. 


B. B. Palmer (colored) — Milton. 


M. B. McLauchlin. 


R. L. Wharton— Cuba. 

J. W. Goodman — Greensboro. 


Fayetteville Presbytery. 


C. E. Hodgin — Greensboro. 


P. R. Law, State Clerk— Charlotte. 


B. W. Mebane — Mebane. 


W. T. Walker, Treasurer — Red Springs. 


E. R. Leyburn — Durham. 


H. G. Hill— Maxton. 


M. C. Arrowood — Rougemont. 


David Fairlev — Manchester. 


S. M. Rankin — Greensboro. 


K. M. Mclntyre— Carl. 


E. L. Siler— High Point. 


K. A. MeLeod — Fayetteville. 


J. S. Morrow (colored - ) — North Wilkesborc. 


M. D. McNeill — Cameron. 


D. Clay Lilly— Louisville, Ky. 


L. L. Little— China. 


G. L. Leyburn — Los Angeles, Cal. 


W. R. Coppedge — Rockingham. 


H. S. Bradshaw — Hillsboro. 


\V. C. Buchanan — Japan. 


F .H. Harding— Milton. 


C. G. Vardell— Red Springs 


D. Mclver — Burlington. 


J. M. Rose — Laurinburg. 


R. M. Williams — Greensboro. 


G. T. Pace— Red Springs. 


Leroy Gresham — Chapel Hill. 


L. A. McLaurin — Lillington. 


P. H. Gywnn — Spray. 


J. K. Roberts — Carthage. 


Milton Clark — Greensboro. 


L. Smith— Mt. Gilead. 


R. T. Liston — Mebane. 


E. W. Souders — Southern Pines. 


J. A. Gilmer — Mount Airy. 


Joseph Evans — St. Paul's. 


Neal L. Anderson — Winston. 


R. S. Arrowood — Hemp. 


M. N. Mclver — Durham. 


J. D. A. Brown — Aberdeen. 


R. K. Moseley — Jefferson. 


W. M. Fairley— FayettevHle. 


Concord Presbytery. 


A. E. Baker — Lumberton. 

R. W. Joping — Red Springs 

L. W. Curtis— Hamlet. 


J. W. Lafferty, Stated Clerk— Concord. 


C. A. Munroe, Treasurer — Hickory. 


A. W. Crawford — Rowland. 


W. \V. Pharr — Mooresville. 


J. H. Dixon — Laurinburg. 


John W. Davis — Soochow, China. 


S. H. Williamson — Haw Branch. 


J. M. Wharey — Davidson. 


J. M. McLain — Rowland. 


B. L. Beall — Greensboro. 


A. R. McQueen — Dunn. 


L. McKinnon — Clinton. 


W. C. Brown — Raeford. 


J. B. Shearer — Davidson. 


H. M. i^ixon — Red Springs. 


E. E. Pressley — Statesville. 


R. J. Beattie— Sanford. 


R. W. Boyd — Mooresville. 


F. B. Rankin— Hamlet. 


J. C. Kennedy — Mt. Mourne. • 


C. V. Cavitt. 


J. A. Harris — Toecane. 


S. S. Oliver. J 


W. J. Tidball— Fayetteville, Ark. 
J. M. Greenlee — Marion. 
J. A. Scott— Statesville. 
W. S. Wilson — Marion. 


Wilmington Presbytery. 

A. McFayden, Stated Clerk— Clarkton. 

Miss Lallie McLaurin, Treasurer — Wilming- lj 

ton. 
1-eter Mclntyre — Faison. 
A. D. McClure — Wilmington. 
S. H. Isler— Goldsboro. 
J. E. L. Winecoff— Whiteville. 
Win. M. Shaw — Kenansville. 
J. M. Wells — Wilmington. 


C. M. Richards — Davidson. 
J. P. Hall— Plum Tree. 
L. M. Kersehner — Spencer. 
Edgar Tufts— Banner Elk. 
A. S. Caldwell — Barium Springs 
C. W. Trawick— New Mexico. 


D. P. McGeachv — Lenoir. 

T. H. Spence— Woodleaf. 

W. F. Hollingsworth — Morganton. 

J. M. Gibbs — Harmony. 

W. S. Wilhelm— Statesville. 

W. M. Walsh— China Giove. 

H. F. Beaty— Plum Tree. 


L. E. Wells— Teacheys. 

J. S. Crowley — Wilmington. 

W. P. M. Currie— Wallace 

Kenneth McCaskill — Atkinson. 

E. B. Carr— Phoenix. 

P. L. Clark— Clinton. 

J. M. Plowden — Goldsboro. 


A. N. Perryman — Marion. 
D. Munroe — Morganton. 


W. M. Sikes — Burgaw. 


Byron Clark — Salisbury. 


Mecklenburg Presbytery. 


E. D. Brown — Loray. 


J. E. Summers, Stated Clerk— Derita. 


J. W. Hall— Bald Creek. 


J. R. Pharr, Treasurer — Charlotte. 



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S. C. Boyce — Monroe. 

J. W. Moore — Susaki, Japan. 

William Black— Charlotte. 

J. R. Bridges— Charlotte. 

W. O. Sample— Chariot It, R. F. D. 

G. C. Huntington — Charlotte. 

G. W. Belk— Albemarle. 

A. J. McKelway — Atlanta, Ga. 

George H. Atkinson — Monroe. 

A. J. Crane — Newells. 

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. 

W. E. West— Charlotte. 

R. T. Coit— Charlotte. 

R. M. Mann — Wadesboro. 

J. E. Berryhill— Sandifer. 

G. F. Robertson— Charlotte. 

W. M. Kincaid— Charlotte. 

J. M. Harris — Matthews. 

J. A. Caligan — New London. 

W. W. Davidson— Charlotte. 

C. B. Currie — Morven. 

W. A. Daniel — Huntersville. 

F. D. Jones— Charlotte. 

A. A. McGeachy — Charlotte. 

K. A. Campbell. 

Albemarle Presbytery. 

J. A. McClure, Stated Clerk — Henderson. 

Geo. Allen, Treasurer — Raleigh. 

F. W. Farries — Goldsboro. 

L. C. Vass — Leopoldville, Africa. 

W. D. Morton — Rocky Mount. 

John E. Wool— Wilson. 

J. H. Jarvis — Aurora. 

R. W. Alexanler — Taiboro. 

Carr Moore — Warrenton. 

F. D. Viche— Belhaven. 

C. G. Christian — Scotland Neck. 
J. A. McClure — Henderson. 
H. B. Searight — -Washington. 
W. McC. White— Raleigh. 

G. B. Thompson— Oxford. 

J. N. H. Summerell — New Bern. 
J. S. Wood— Weldon. 
R. C. Deal — Kinston. 

Asheville Presbytery. 

R. B. Grinnan, Stated Clerk — Henderson- 

ville. 
R. P. Smith, Treasurer — Asheville. 
R. F. Campbell— Asheville. 
W. P. Chedester — Brevard. 
W. H. Davis — Pisgah Forest. 

F. M. Eversole — Robbinsville. 
I .J. Heizer — Haves ville. 

A. H. Temple— Balfour. 

E. L. Graw. 

E. A. Sample 

R. J. Hunter. 

T. J. Ollison — Bryson City. 

Kings Mountain Presbytery. 

S. L. Cathey, Stated Chrk -Rutherfordton. 
S. L. Cathey, Treasurer — Rutherfordton. 
J. J. Kennedy — Gastonia. 
R. A. Miller — Lowell. 

G. A. Sparrow— Lowell. R. F. D. 



R. C. Morrison — Rutherfordton. 
W. R. Minter — Lincolnton. 
T. C. Croker— Forest City. 
J. M. Forbis — King's Mountain. 
J. B. Cochran— Lowell, R. F. D. 
Cornelius Miller — Dallas. 
R. C. Anderson— Gastonia. 
James Thomas — Shelby. 
C. H. Little— Charlotte. 
K. S. Anderson — Gastonia. 
G. L. Cook — Rutherfordton. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL. 

CHURCH, SOUTH. 

North Carolina Conference. 

Number church members, 74,467. 

Number traveling preachers not includ- 
ing supplies, 201. 

Local preachers, including supplies, 104. 

Houses of worship, 700. 

Pastoral charges, 181. 

Number of societies, 721. 

Parsonages: circuit and station, 156. 

Parsonages : district, 9. 

Orphanages, 1. 

Number of Sunday-schools, 087. 

Number of scholars, 61,653. 

Epworth Leagues, 54. 

League members, 2,233. 

Paid for missions, 1908, $51,321.23. 

Paid for ministerial support, 1908, $161,- 
429.23. 

Total contributions. $445,723.62. 

Bishop — A. W. Wilson, Baltimore, Md. 

Secretary — Rev. W. D. Cunninggim, Wil- 
mington. 
Conference Appointments. 
RALEIGH DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — R. B. John, Raleigh. 

Raleigh — Edenton Street, F. M. Shambur- 
ger. Superunnn ■rary. .1. O. Guthrie. Cen- 
tral, L. B. Joins; Jenkins Memorial and 
Apex, J. H. Buffalo. Epworth, P. D. 
Woodall. 

Carv — J. D. Pegram. 

Clavton— G. B. Starling. 

Smithfield— J. M. Culbreth. 

Selma and Princeton — W. II. Puckett, 
Selma. 

Kenl.v— C. B. Culbreth. 

Zebulon — A. D. Wilcox. 

Millbrook — G. T. Simmons. 

Youngsville — D. B. Parker. 

Franklinton — N. E. Coltrane. 

Louisburg — F. A. Bishop. 

Tar River— G. W. Starling, Cittrell. 

Granville — C. W. Robinson, Stem. 

Oxford— L. S. Massey, Ubert S. Ban 

Director Correspondence Schools — J . L. 
( 'iinninggiui. Nasli\ i lie, Tenn. 

Superintendent M. I hodisl Orphans 
X. Cole, Raleigh. 

Raleigh Christian ^.dvocati — T. N. [vey, 
Editor, Raleigh. 

hi KM \M DISTRII l\ 

Presiding Eldei J. B. Hurley, Durham. 

Durham -Trinity, G. T. &dams; Mem. .rial, 
M. Bradshaw; Carr Church, J. A. Dailey; 
Branson, K. C. Fornej Duval; Mangum, II. 
E. Spence; W .si Durham, W. P. Constable; 

Durham Circuit, <!. \V. Kislier, Durham. 



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Chapel Hill— W. R. Royall, E. E. Bar- 
nette. 

Hillsboro— M. M. McFarland. 

Mt. Tirzah— J. B. Thompson, Roxboro. 

Leasburg — N. C. Yearby. 

Roxboro — J. A. Hornaday. 

Milton— W. T. Usry. 

Yancevville — C. R. Ross, Pelham. 

Pelham and Shady Grove— S. F. Nicks, 
Pelham. 

Burlington— E. M. Snipes. 

Burlington Circuit— C. O. Durant, Elon 
College. 

East Burlington, Graham and Haw River 
— T. G. Vickers, Graham. 

Alamance — C. M. Lance, Mebane. 

President Trinity College— J. C. Kilgo, 
Durham. 

Student in Trinity College— T. G. Vick- 
ers, Graham. 

Secretary in Trinity Y. M. C. A.— B. A. 
Barnett, Durham. 

Professor in Trinity Park High Schools— 
W. A. Stanbury, Durham. 

Conference Sunday School Secretary — W. 
B. North, Durham. 

FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder— J . T. Gibbs, Favette- 
ville. 

Fayetteville — Hay Street, L. E. Thompson. 

Fayetteville Circuit — A. L. Ormond, Fay- 
etteville. 

Hope Mills— T. H. Sutton. 

Cokesbury— N. M. McDonald, Stedman. 

Sampson Circuit — N. H. Guvton, Roseboro. 

Bladen— O. W. Dowd, White Oak. 

Buckhorn— E. R. Welch, Chalk Level. 

Dunn — A. J. Parker. 

Duke— J. M. Daniel. 

Newton Grove — J. J. Porter. 

Pittsboro— V. A. Royall. 

Haw River — L. M. Chaffln, Bvnum. 

Goldston— J. W. Hoyle. 

Carthage — H. M. Eure. 

Wise — E. N. Harrison, Hemp. 

Sanford— R. W. Bailey. 

Jonesboro — L. H. Joyner. 

Lillington — W. C. Martin. 

Siler City— E. B. Craven. 

ROCKINGHAM DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — W. H. Moore, Rocking- 
ham. 

Rockingham — J. E. Underwood. 

Roberdell— J. M. Ashby. 

Richmond — A. J. Groves, Rockingham. 

Mt. Gilead— J. A. Lee. 

Pekin— N. L. Seabolt, Candor. 

Troy— T. J. Dailey. 

Montgomerv — Supplied by G. H. Biggs, 
Troy. 

■ Aberdeen and Biscoe — D. N. Caviness, 
Aberdeen. 

Hamlet— H. A. Humble. 

Laurel Hill— D. A. Watkins. 

St. John and Gibson — L. L. Nash, Gib- 
son. 

Laurinburg — N. H. D. Wilson. 

Raeford — J. W. Bradley. 

Maxton and Caledonia — A. P. Tyer, Max- 
ton. 

Red Springs — S. A. Cotton. 



Rowland— S. B. McCall. 

Lumberton — E. M. Hoyle. 

Elizabeth— F. D. Noblitt, Elizabethtown. 

Robeson — C W. Smith, Fairmont. 

East Robinson — W. A. Jenkins, Lumber- 
ton. 

Agent of North Carolina College — 
Euclid McWhorter, Maxton. 

WILMINGTON DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — W. L. Cuninggim, Wil- 
mington. 

Wilmington — Grace Street, T. A. Smoot; 
Fifth Street, K. D. Holmes: Bladen Street, 
W. E. Hocutt; Trinitv, W. L. Rexford. 

Scott's Hill— C. T. Rogers. 

New River — T. J. Browning, Sneed's 
Ferry. 

Onslow— J. T. Stanford, Maysville. 

Swansboro — W. E. Brown. 

Jacksonville and Richlands — J. C. Whed- 
bee, Richlands. 

Kenansville — J. M. Lowder. 

Burlaw — J. J. Barker. 

Magnolia — Y. E. Wright. 

Clinton— W. E. Merritt. 

Whiteville and Vineland— D. C. Geddie, 
Whiteville. 

Chadbourn and Bolton — C. E. Vale, Wil- 
mington. 

Columbus— Supplied by H. M. Eure, Car- 
diac. 

Carver's Creek — J. M. Marlowe,, (sup- 
plied), Council. 

Mt. Tabor— L. E. Sawyer. 

Shallotte— Supplied by G. C. Ellers. 

Town Creek— Supplied by T. H. Bain. 

Southport — G. D. Langston. 

WASHINGTON DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — A. McCullen, Washing- 
ton. 

Washington— M. T. Plyler, J. E. Bristowe. 

Bath— F. E. Dixon. 

Aurora — C. R. Canipe. 

Swan Quarter — W. F. Sanford. 

Mattamuskeet — R. R. Grant, Lake Land- 
ing. 

Fairfield— J. L. Rumley. 

Greenville — J. H. Shore. 

Vanceboro — Supplied by E. D. Dodd, 
Vanceboro. 

Ayden — J. B. Bridges. 

Farmville — W. A. Forbes. 

Robersonville — Supplied by J. C. Rey- 
nolds, Robersonville. 

Bethel— J. W. Autrev. 

Tarboro— R. H. Willis, J. H. Tarboro. 

Rocky Mount— D. H. Tuttle. 

South Rocky Mount and Marvin — H. E. 
Tripp, Rocky Mount. 

Springhope' and Mt. Pleasant — B. E. Stan- 
field, Springhope. 

Stanhope— H. P. Read. 

Elm City— R. E. Hunt. 

Wilson— G. F. Smith, R. L. Davis. 

Stantonsburg — J. W. Martin. 

Fremont— B. H. Black. 

Pinetops — H. E. Lance. 

State Organizer Anti-Saloon League — R. 
L. Davis, Wilson. 

Missionary Secretary— R. H. Willis, Tar- 
boro. 

Nashville— E. C. Bell. 



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NEW BERN DISTRICT. 
Presiding Elder — R. F. Bumpass, Golds- 
boro. 

New Bern — Centenary, R. C. Beaman. 
Goldsboro— St. Paul's, E. H. Davis; St. 
John, J. H. Frizelle. 

Goldsboro Circuit— J. M. Carraway, O. C. 
Brothers, Goldsboro. 
Mt. Olive and Faison — E. E. Rose. 
Mt. Olive Circuit— R. F. Taylor, Mt. 
Olive. 
LaGrange — J. J. Boone. 
Hookerton— M. D. Giles. 
Snow Hill— G. B. Perry. 
Kinston — F. D. Swindell. 
Dover — M. W. Dargan. 
Grifton— L. B. Pattishall. 
Bridgeton — J. M. Wright. 
Jones — Philip Greening, Trenton. 
Pamlico— F. T. Fulcher, Stonewall. 
Oriental— G. B. Webster. 
Carteret — D. A. Futrell, Newport. 
Morehead Citv — L. P. Howard. 
Beaufort— J. H. McCracken. 
Atlantic— F. S. Becton. 
Straits — W. J. Watson. 
Ocracoke and Portsmouth— R. D. Daniels, 
Ocracoke. 

WARRENTON DISTRICT. 
Presiding Elder— W. S. Rone, Littleton. 
Warrenton — W. W. Rose. 
Warren — B. C. Thompson. Warrenton. 
Ridgeway — B. C. Allred. 
Henderson— First Church, R. C. Craven. 
North and South Henderson — Supplied by 
W. B. Humble, Henderson. 
Littleton — R. H. Broome. 
Weldon — S. E. Mercer. 
Roanoke Rapids and Rosemary— W. A. 
Piland, Roanoke Rapids. 

Roanoke — J. T. Draper, Littleton. 
Enfield and Halifax— J. E. Holden, En- 
field. 

Battleboro and Whitakers— W. Y. Ever- 
ton, Battleboro. 
Scotland Neck — C. A. Jones. 
Iloligood— W. F. Galloway. 
Williamston and Hamilton— C. L. Read, 
Williamston. 
Garysburg — D. L. Earnhardt. 
Northampton— J. C. Humble, Jackson. 
Rich Square— W. F. Craven. 
Conwav— S. T. Moyle. 
Mnrfreesboro— L. T. Singleton, Greenville. 
Ahoskie— J. P. Pate. 
Bertie — J. G. Johnson. Windsor. 
Littleton Female College— J. M. Rhodes, 
President, Littleton. 

ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT. 
Presiding Elder— J. II. Hall, Elizabeth 
Citv. 

Elizabeth City— First Church, J. D. 
Bundy. 

Klizabcth Citv- Citv Road. W. K. \IeRae. 

Pasquotank— J. Y. Old, Elizabeth City. 

Camden— C. P. Jerome. South Mills. 
Moyock— S. J. Kilpatrick. 
Currituck— F. M. Jackson. 
North dates— B. P. Robinson. 
Gates— Rufus Bradley, Calesvillo. 
Perquimans— J. H. M. Giles, Wiufall. 
Hertford— T. A. Sikes. 



Edenton — J. >> . Potter. 

Chowan — William Towe, Tyner. 

Plymouth — J. A. Martin. 

Eloper J. M. Benson. 

Pantego and Belhaven — W. I'. Jones, Bel- 
haven. 

Columbia — A. W. Price. 

Dare — R. A. Bruton, Mann's II 

Roanoke Island— W. II. Ilmwn, ManteO 

Kitty Hawk Supplied by J. M. w 

Kennekeet— Supplied by R. L. Beasley, 
Rodanthe. 

Hatteras— W. E. Trotman. 

Headmaster, Trinity High School, Dur- 
ham— II. M. North. 

Lecture]', Trinity College, Durham— K. A. 
Yates. 

Western X. C. Conferenca 

Number church members, S0.543. 

Number traveling preachers not includ- 
ing supplies, 259. 

Local preachers, including supplies, 180. 

Houses of worship, 786. 

Parsonages : 178. 

Orphanages, I. 

Number of societies, 859. 

Number of Sunday-schools, 745. 

Number of scholars. fi4,'217. 

Epworth Leagues, 90. 

League members, '2,sbi. 

Paid for missions, 1908, - 

Paid for ministerial Mipp"it. I' 11 '-. M">7. 
770.51. 

Total contributions, $398,87J 

Bishop— James Atkins. Waynesi 

Secretary— Rev. W. L. Sherrill, Greens- 
boro. 
Conference Appointments. 
ASHEVILLE DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder 1>. Atkins, Weaverville. 

Asheville Bethel, J. D. \i ' entral, 

G. T. Rowe; Haywood Street, T. 1.. Lai- 
lance; North Asheville, G. G H 

Bald Creek Circuit L. II. Griffith, sup- 
ply, Windom. 

Biltm ire and Mt. Pleasant G. H. Chris- 
tenbi rg, Biltmore. 

Burnesville Circuit C. K. Hypi . Burnes- 
ville. 

Fairview Circuit Joseph v. Fry, 

view. 

ii, n d( rsonville Station J. w Moore, Hen- 
dersonville. 

Hendersonville Circuit s I ■ M< [ntosh, 
supplj . Hendersons ille. 

Hot splines Circuit A. It. Honeycutt, 

Supply, Hot Springs. 

Marshall Circuit I Imi i Simpson, supply. 
Marshall. 
Riverside Circuit \ E, Harrison, Une- 

ville. 

Swannanoa Circuit M, T. 
Swannanoa. , 

Tryon and Saluda w \ NpwpII. ri 
Weaverville Station T. E. Smiley, we« 

Vel\ ille. 

Weaverville (ireuit II. li. Proffttt, Wtt 

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CHARLOTTE DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder— H. K. Boyer, Charlotte. 

Ansonville — P. L. Terrell, Ansonville. 

Charlotte— Belmont Park, L. A. Palls; 
Brevard Street, C. M. Pickens, A. R. Sur- 
ra tt, assistant, Lexington; Calvary, E. E. 
Williamson; Chadwick and Seviersville, J. 
P. Hipps, Charlotte; Dilworth and Big 
Spring, A. L. Coburn, supply, Charlotte; 
North Charlotte, W. O. Goode, Charlotte; 
Trinity, E. L. Bain, Charlotte; W. L. 
Nicholson, supernumerary, Charlotte. 

Derita — S. Taylor, Derita. 

Lilesville — E. J. Poe, Lilesville. 

Matthews — O. I. Hinson, Matthews. 

Monroe — Central Church, H. F. Chreitz- 
berg. 

Morven — W. P. McGhee. 

Mount Zion— A. W. Plyler, Salisbury; S. 
T. Barber, Cornelius. 

North Monroe and Icemorlee — M. T. 
Steele, Monroe. 

Pineville— W. S. Hales. 

Polkton— L. T. Cordell, Marshville. 

Prospect — G. C. Brinkman, Monroe, 
R. F. D. 

Unionville — A. J. Burrus. 

Wadesboro — J. H. West. 

Waxhaw — C. M. Campbell. 

Weddington— J. H. Bradley, Matthews, R. 
F. D. No. 18. 

Principal Weddington Academv — J. M. 
Downum, Matthews, R. F. D. No. 18. 

Principal Piedmont Industrial School — J. 
A. Baldwin, Charlotte. 

Missionary to Japan — S. A. Stewart, Kobe, 
Japan. 

Student Vanderbilt University— N. S. Og- 
burn, Nashville, Tenn. 

FRANKLIN DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — R. M. Taylor, Franklin. 

Andrews Station — C. S. Kirkpatrick, An- 
drews. 

Brvson City Circuit— J. J. Eads, Bryson 
City.' 

Dillsboro and Sylva — C. H. Neal, Sylva. 

Franklin Circuit — W. I. Hughes, supply, 
Franklin. 

Franklin Station — M. F. Moores, Franklin. 

Glenville Circuit — R. L. Andrews, supply, 
Glenville. 

Hayesville Circuit— D. C. Ballard. Hayes- 
ville. 

Hiawassee Circuit — Gay Brvant, supply, 
Cobbs. 

Macon Circuit — A. W. Jacobs, Franklin. 

Murphy Station — W. E. Abernethy, Mur- 
phy. 

Murphv Circuit — J. H. Hopkins, Murphv. 

Robbiiisville Circuit— T. J. Folger, Rob- 
binsville. 

Webster Circuit — J. A. Peeler, Webster. 

Whittier Circuit— D. J. Miller, Whittier. 
GREENSBORO DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — W. R. Ware, Greensboro. 

Asheboro Circuit — R. L. Melton, Worth- 
ville. 

Asheboro Station — C. A. Wood, Ashboro. 

Coleridge — R. L. Fruit, Liberty. 

Denton — J. F. Aired, supply, Denton. 

East Greensboro — A. S. Raper, Greensboro. 

Greensboro — Carraway Memorial, W. O. 
Davis; Centennary, M. A. Smith; Spring 



Garden Street, N. R. Richardson; Walnut 
Street, J. W. Ingle; West Market Street, 
E. K. McLarty. 

West Greensboro — J. A. Bowles, Guilford 
College. 

High Point— South Main Street, 0. P. 
Ader, G. F. Kirby, assistant; Washington 
Street, J. Ed. Thompson. 

Liberty — W. L. Grissom, Greensboro. 

Pleasant Garden — R. A. Taylor. 

Ramseur and Franklinville — J. E. Woosely, 
Ramseur. 

Randleman and Naomi — G. E. Eaves, Ran- 
dleman. 

Randolph — B. F. Fincher, Trinity. 

Reidsville— L. T. Mann. 

Ruffin — J. P. Hornbuckle, Reidsville. 

Uwharrie — J. A. Sharpe, Farmer. 

Wentworth — A. L. Avcock. 

Editor N. C. Christian Advocate— H. M. 
Blair, Greensboro; Assistant Editor, W. L. 
Sherrill, Greensboro. 

Secretary and Treasurer Greensboro Fe- 
male _ College — W. M. Curtis, Greensboro. 

Professor in Trinity College — J. C. 
Wooten, Durham. 

. Missionary to Corea — J. R. Moose, Seoul, 
Korea. 

MORGANTON DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — R. M. Hoyle, Marion. 

Bakersville — J. F. Shelton, supply, Bakers- 
ville. 

Broad River — J. L. McNeer, supply, Ruth- 
erfordton. 

Cliffside— S. E. Richardson, Cliffside. 

Connelly Springs — J. F. Moser, R. L. 
Abemethv, supplv, Rutherford College. 

Elk Park— C. E. Steadman. 

Green River— W. S. Cherry, Mill Spring. 

Forest City— J. C. Mock. 

Henrietta-Caroleen — L. P. Bogle, Caroleen. 

Morganton Station— W. F. Womble, Mor- 
ganton. 

Morganton Circuit — N. M. Modlin, Mor- 
ganton. 

Marion — H. H. Jordan. 

McDowell — D. S. Richardson, Nebo. 

North Catawba — J. J. Brooks, Marion. 

Old Fort— W. G. Malonee, Black Moun- 
tain. 

Rutherfordton — T. J. Rogers. 

Rutherford College — Wm. E. Poovey, 
Rutherford College. 

Spruce Pine — A. P. Foster. 

Table Rock — Albert Sherrill, Morganton, 
R. F. D. No. 5. 

Thermal City— V. L. Marsh. 

Hartland— M. H. Tuttle, Lenoir. 

President Rutherford College— W. W. 
Peele, Rutherford College. 

Professor Rutherford College — O. J. Jones, 
New London. 

MT. AIRY DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — W. M. Bagby, Elkin. 

Boone Circuit — W. 0. Rudisill, Boone. 

Creston Circuit — A. W. Roten, supply, 
Creston. 

Elkin Station— D. M. Litaker, Elkin. 

Danbury Circuit— D. A. Binkley, supply, 
Danbury. 

East Bend Circuit— E. E. Yates, East 
Bend. 



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Helton Circuit — P. L. Shore, supply, Hel- 
ton. 

Jefferson Circuit— J. G. W. Holloway, 
Jefferson. 

Jonesville Circuit — R. L. Doggett, Jones- 
ville. 

Laurel Springs Circuit — J. W. Caudill, 
supply, Berlin. 

Mt. Airy Circuit — J. W. Kennedy, Mt. 
Airy. 

Mt. Airy Station— D. V. Price, Mt. Airy. 

North Wilkesboro Station— Z. Paris, No. 
Wilkesboro. 

Pilot Mountain Circuit— J. H. Brendall, 
Pilot Mountain. 

Rockford Circuit — T. J. Houck, supply, 
Dobson. 

Rural Hall Circuit — J. D. Gibson, Rural 

Watauga Circuit — T. E. Weaver, Amantha. 
Hall. 

Sparta Circuit — J. C. Keever, Sparta. 

Wilkes Circuit — W. L. Dawson, Moravian 
Falls. 

Wilkesboro Station— B. P. Hargett, 
Wilkesboro. 

Yadkinville Circuit— W. T. Albright, Yad- 
kinville. 

District Missionary Evangelist — Z. E. 
Barnhardt, Mt. Airy. 

SALISBURY DISTRICT. 
' Presiding Elder — J. C. Rowe, Salisbury. 

Albemarle Station— H. C. Sprinkle. 

Albemarle Circuit— J. T. Stover; C. M. 
Gentry, supernumerary. 

Bethel Station — S. S. Higgins, Carriker. 

Big Lick Circuit — W. D. Ridenhour, sup- 
ply, Big Lick. 

China Grove Circuit — J. A. J. Fairing- 
ton, China Grove. 

Concord — Central, Plato T. Durham; Ep- 
worth, J. W. Long; Forest Hill, W. L. 
Hutchins. 

West Concord — W. C. Jones, Concord. 

Concord Circuit — B. A. York, Concord. 

Cottonville Circuit— T. E. Wyche, supply, 
Hath. 

Gold Hill Circuit— James Willson, Gold 
Hill. 

Jackson Hill Circuit — E. M. Avett, Jack- 
son Hill. 

Kanapolis — J. H. Sellers. 

Lexington Station — A. L. Stanford. 

Limvood Circuit — A. R. Surratt, Lexing- 
ton. 

Mt. Pleasant Circuit— M. D. Hix, Mt. 
Pleasant. 

New London Circuit — 0. J. Jones, Ruth- 
erford College. 

Norwood Station — J. E. Gay, Norwood. 

Salem Station— G. A. Stamper, Milling- 
port. 

Salisbury— First Chureii, S. B. Turren- 
tine; Holmes Memorial, C. M. Short; South 
Main Street, J. B. Craven. 

Salisbury Circuit— P. W. Tucker, Granite 
Quarry. 

Spencer Station— R. D. Sherrill, Spencer. 

East Spencer— North Main, J. I'. I. arming, 
Spencer. 

West Albemarle Circuit— J. P. Davia, 
Albemarle. 

Woodleaf Circuit— E. J. Pusey, Woodleaf. 



Principal New London High School— J. 
D. Rankin, New London. 

SHELBY DISTRK 

Presiding Elder— C. F. Sherrill, Shelby. 

Belwood — L. E. Stacy, Belwood. 

Bessemer City— J. F. Armstrong. 

( In ■rryvilh — A. < '. Swafford, 

Crouse -M. I!, rlegg. 

El Bethel— T. S. Ellington, Kings M 
tain. 

Gastonia — Main Street, G. D. Herman; 
Wist End and Franklin Avenue, J. C. Hal 
mon; Ozark, J. B. Carpenter. 

King's Mountain — I). F. Carver. 

Lincolnton Station — F. L. Townsend, Lin- 
colnton. 

Lincolnton Circuit— J. W. Strider, Lin- 
colnton. 

Lowell — W. V. Honeycutt. 

Lowesville— D. P. Wains, Stanly, R. ]■'. I) 

McAdensville — C. II. Caviness. 

Mt. Holly— J. B. Tabor. 

Polksville — W. M. Boring, Lattimore, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Shelby Station— J. R. Scroggs. 

Shelby Circuit K. V In. . SI ll.y. 

South Fork — C. R. Ross, Yaneeyville. 

Stanley Creek— Beverly Wilson, Stanly. 

STATESVILLE DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — J. N. Huggins, - 
ville. 

Mexander — E. Myers, Taylorsville. 

Caldwell— A. E. Wiley, Granite Kails. 

Catawba— J. N. Price; M. V. Self, 
ant, Catawba. 

Clarksbury — J. II. Brantley, supply, Har- 
mony. 

Davidson — R. S. Howie, Davidson. 

Granite Falls — W. F. Standford, I 
ton. 

Hickory Circuil Phoenicia Brittain, Hick- 
ory. 

Iredell— O. P. Routh. 

Lenoir Station Ira En* in, I < noir. 

Lenoir Circuit— J. O. Ervin, Lenoir. 

Maiden T. S. Coble, Maid 

Mooresville Circuit J. W. Jonea, Moores- 
ville. 

Mooresville Station K. M. Courtney, 
Mooresi ille. 

Newton— E. W. Fox. 

Rock Spring W. F. Elliott, Denver. 

Statesville Circuil T. E. Wagg. 

Statrsvillr l!r,.a.!-iii . i . Harold Turn, r; 

Race Street, H. II. Robb 

Stony Poinl T. B. Johnson. 

Troutman — I. J. Edwards. 

i lonference Missionarj E\ angelisl ". II. 
i lomann, Li noir. 

President Davenport Colleg I I Wen 
ver, Lenoir. 

u u \i:s\ mm: DISTRK r 

I'., riding i.Mrr \\ . II. Willis, Wayni - 
ville. 

Brevard Station R. Q ruttle, Br 

Brevard I in ail J I v i n< . B 

Bethel C. V. Swift, Canton, R. P. D. 

Canton I.. B. Ibernethy. 

Clyde J. II. Grei 

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Jonathan — J. B. Hvder, Bupply, Waynes- 
ville, No. 2. 

Leicester — C. H. Curtis. 

Mills River — J. W. Williams, Horse Shoe. 

North Haywood — J. E. Womack. 

Spring Creek — J. B. Parham, supply, Joe. 

Sulphur Springs — J. W. Campbell, Cand- 
ler. 

Waynesville — J. H. Barnhardt. 

West Asheville — R. E. Atkinson. 

Missionary to Korea — M. B. Stokes, Seoul, 
Korea. 

WINSTON DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — T. F. Marr, Winston-Sa- 
lem. 

Advance — L. L. Smith. 

Cooleemee — W. Y. Scales. 

Davidson — M. H. Vestal, Lexington, 
R. P. D. 

Davie — P. E. Parker, Mockville. 

Farmington — A. G. Loftin. 

Forsyth— J. S. Hiatt, Thomasville, No. 1. 

Kernersville — H. C. Bvrum. 

Leaksville— A. T. Bell. 

Lewisville — J. T. Rutledge, Clemmons. 

Madison and Mayodan — B. Margeson, Mad- 
ison. 

Mocksville— J. F. Kirk. 

North Thomasville— A. R. Bell, Thomas- 
ville. 

Spray and Draper — T. C. Jordan, Spray. 

Stokesdale — L. T. Hendren, supply. 

Stoneville — J. H. Robertson. 

Summerfield — C. P. Goode. 

Thomasville — Parker Holmes. 

Walkertown — W. A. Lambeth. 

Walnut Cove— C. H. Clyde. 

Winston— Burkhead, W. M. Biles, Win- 
ston-Salem; Centenary, J. E. Abernethy, 
Winston-Salem; Grace, W. M. Robbins, Win- 
ston-Salem; Southside and Salem, T. R. 
Wolfe, Winston-Salem. 

Agent Children's Home — J. P. Rodgers, 
Winston-Salem. 

Western North Carolina Conference — 
Bishop H. C. Morrison, Louisville, Ky. 
Secretary Western N. C. Conference — Rev. 
W. L. Sherrill, Greensboro. 

BAPTIST CHURCH. 

Ordained ministers, 1,056. 

Church membership, 210,154. 

Sunday Schools, 1,734. 

Sunday School scholars, 147,150. 

Churches, 1,891. 

Contributions State Missions, $32,120.38. 

Contributions Home Missions, $19,058.81. 

Contributions Foreign Missions, $32,953.28. 

Contributions Ministerial Education, $3,- 
973.72. 

Contributions, other purposes, $35,489.00. 

Total reported contributions, all pur- 
poses, $123,595.19. 

Officers Baptist State Convention. 

President — J. B. Carlyle, Wake Forest. 

Vice-Presidents — E. McK. Goodwin, Morgan- 
ton; James M. Parrott, Kinston; W. E. 
Harrison, Greensboro. 

Recording Secretaries — N. B. Broughton, 
Raleigh; Chas. E. Brewer, Wake Forest. 

Treasurer — Walters Durham, Raleigh. 

Auditor — F. H. Briggs, Raleigh. 



Corresponding Secretary — Rev. Livingston 
Johnson, Raleigh. 

Trustees— Rev. W. C. Tyree, Raleigh; G. 
O. Briggs, Waynesville; N. Biggs, Scot- 
land Neck; C. B. Aycock, Goldsboro; D. 
L. Gore, Wilmington. 

Pastors. 

Adams, J. Q. — Charlotte. 

Adams, M. A. — Ahoski". 

Adams, J. J. — Whiteville. 

Alderman, J. O.— Tyner, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Alderman, J. M. — Delway. 

Alexander, M. P. 

Allen, N. J. — Belcross. 

Allison, E. — Brevard. 

Aman, D. F. — Marines. 

Ammons, John — Mars Hill. 

Andrews, E. C— Plymouth. 

Annas, J. R. J. — Saw Mills. 

Arledge, J. B. — Saluda. 

Arnette, D. W. — Albemarle. 

Arnette, J. M. — Durham. 

Arrington, T. F.— Wavnesville. 

Arlington, C. C. — Mt. Airy. 

Asbell, W. T.— 

Atkinson. J. W. — Neuse. 

Austin, C. B. — Spray. 

Austin, D. M. — Charlotte. 

Bailev, J. D.— Cowpens, S. C. 

Bailev, L. J.— Marshall. 

Raker, T. J.— Parkton 

Ballard, J. M. — Machpelah. 

Ballard, W. S.— Rowland. 

Bangle, L. A. — Reepsville. 

Bangle, P. W. — Lincolnton. 

Barker, M. H.— Murphy. 

Rumgarncr, G. Z. — Taylorsville. 

Barker, J. M.- — Lomax. 

Barnes, K. — Orrum. 

Barnes, D. C. — Orrum. 

Barnes, S. B. — Ahoskie. 

Barnes, John — Pendleton. 

Barrett, W. C— Durham. 

Barrett. W. A.— Star. 

Barrs, W. L.— Matthews. 

Eattle, H. W.— Kinston. 

Baucom, H. W.— Wake Forest. 

Beach, J. J. — Kings Mountain. 

Beach. W. R.— Cary. 

Beam, J. A. — Leaksville. 

Beamer, W. H.— Mt. Airy. 

Beaver, C. E. — Maiden. 

Beck, A. L. — Balsam. 

Beeker, S. J. — Spray. 

Benfield, J. G. — Morganton. 

Bennett, S. W.— Lincolnton. 

Bennett, James — Pilot Mountain. 

Bennett, J. M.— Elm City. 

Petts, A. L. — Winston-Salem. 

Biggs, W. O. — Swansboro. 

Bilbro, W. L.— Pollocksville. 

Binkley, J. N. —Harmony. 

Bivens, J. A.— Monroe. 

Black, C. J.— Big- Lick. 

Blalock, J. C. — Ledger. 

Blaloek, J. G.— Oxford. 

Blankenship, J. A. — Indian Creek. 

Blanton, J. C. — Kings Mountain. 

Bledsoe, T. F.— Cody. 

Blevins, C. — New Life. 

Blevins, J. O. — Grassy Creek. 

Elevins, W. J. A. — New Life. 



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Blevins, E.— City. 
Bomar, E. E.— Charlotte. 
Booth, J. H.— New Hill. 
Boren, W .C— 
Booth, Jr., J. H. — Magnolia. 
Bostick, W. M. — Biscoe. 
Bowen, J. D. — Ashboro. 
Bowers, J. P. — Littleton. 
Bradley, J. A. — Beach. 
Bradley, W. T.— Morgan Hill. 
Bradley, \V. L. — Democrat. 
Bradshaw, W. R. — Hickory. 
Bridges, S. A. — Forest City. 
Bridges, B. M.— Mooresboro. 
Bridges, D. P.— Smithfield. 
Briggs, W. K. — Briggsville. 
Briggs, W. O.— Fairbluff. 
Brinson, H. J. — Hewitt. 
Brisson, W. L. — Richardson. 
Bristow, S. P.— Elizabeth City. 
Britt, D. C— Rutherfordton. 
Britt, W. L.— Richlands. 
Britt, P. T.— Orrum. 
Brooks, E. M. — Albemarle. 
Brookshire, J. L.— Flat Rock. 
Brown, Asa — Riverside. 
Brown, J. R.— Saltville. 
Brown, F. F. — Wake Forest. 
Brown, J. M. — 
Brown, T. L. — Canton. 
Brown, H. A.— Winston-Salem. 
Brown, W. V. — Cycle. 
Bryan, J. W.— Yadkinville. 
Bryant, H. G.— Olive Branch. 
Buchanan, E. — Black Mountain. 
Buchanan, C. S. — Greensboro. 
Bullock, C. P.— Chadbourn. 
Bumgardner, A. P. — McAdansville. 
Bumgarner, W. J. — Taylorsville. 
Burcham, G. M.— Elkin. 
Purchett, J. W.— Knottsville. 
Burger, G. F.— Suit. 
Burleson, A. M. — Hamlet. 
Butler, A. A.— Hertford. 
Byrd, R. L.— Tolarsville. 
Cains, W. R. — Chadbourn. 
Caldwell, C. A. — Maiden. 
Caldwell, M. It. N— Canton. 
Cale, D. — Potecasi. 
Cole, J. F.— Roxobel. 
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. 
Carrick, J. Lee — Linwood. 
Carlton, J. F.— Wilbar. 
Carlton, W. T.— Wilkesboro. 
Carson, J. T.— Willetts. 
Carter, F. R.— 
Carter, H. J. — Hays. 
Cashwell, C. S.— Mocksville. 
Cashwell, R. N.— Parkton. 
Caudle, A. I. — Speed. 
Caudle, T. A.— Cooleemee. 
Caudill, R. E.— Dockery. 
Chafin, A. F.— Seven Springs. 
Chambliss, T. W.— Wadesboro. 
Champion, R. C. — Landrum, S. C. 
Chaplain, Spencer— Elizabeth City. 
Cheek, C. W.— Hays, No. 1. 



Cheek. F. B.— Whitehead. 

Church, G. H.— Durham. 

Church, W. N.— Summic. 

Clarke, R. E.— Wake Forest. 

Chibb, C. C— Aletander. 

Cobb, J. W. — Lumber Bridge. 

Coffev, R. J.— 

Colly, J. D.— Glencoe. 

Comer, W. T.— Windy Gap. 

Conrad, S. F.— Charlotte. 

Cook, R. L.— Beta. 

Cook, W. N. —Lenoir. 

Cook, W. F.— Rich Mountain. 

Cnle, ( '. I). — Ilendersonville. 

Coppedge, G. W. — Henderson. 

Coram, R. P. — Boonville. 

Corn, R. P.— 

Cothren, Grant — Chuckle. 

Craig, B. — Rocky Mount. 

Craig, J. A. — 

Crater, A. A. — Gatcsville. 

Creasman, W. B. — Sylva. 

Creasman, C. D. — 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. 

Crowder, T. W.— 

Crudup, Josiah — Rockii.p-ham. 

Crutchfield, T. S.— Thomasville. 

Cullom, W. R.— Wake Forest. 

( urrant, J. M.— Roby. 

Davenport, J. E. M. — Troy. 

Davis, J. G. — Wake Forest. 

Davis, T. B.— Morehead < Lty. 

Davis, M. P. — Coleraine. 

Davis, A. C. — Olive Branch. 

Davis, A. W.— Webster. 

Davis, J. F. — Boone. 

Davis, R. Lee — Hiddonite. 

Davis, W. R. — Advance. 

Day, T. J. — Warrensville. 

Hi \i ■nny, J. V. Sylva. 

Deweese, E. A. — Murpnv. 

Dietz, T. F.— Bryson City. 

Deweese, J. E. — 

Dixon, L. R.— Mt. Vernon Springs. 

Dixon, T.— Fallston. 

Doan, J. R.— Henderson. 

D'obson, J. H. — Atkinson. 

Dowell, G. J.— Williamston. 

Dowell, C. L.— Carlliii-.'. 
Downey, J. W. — East Durham. 
Drake, T. v Hendersonville. 
Duke, <;. M. Mapli ville. 
Dunaway, A. B.— Oxford. 
Dunaway, J. M.-Sp . m ■■ r. 
Dunnigan, W. E. wesl Durham. 
Durham, 0. H.— Lumberton. 
Eatman, P. J.— 

Early, B. Q.— Chalybeate Springs. 
I.ilinundson, John T.— Raleigh, 
Edwards, D. D.- Carv, 
Edwards, O. E. — Winder. 
Edwards, W. II. w iki FN i 
Eller, J. P. \ ilas. 
Edwards, J. R. Sanford 
Edwards, w . S. Roaring River. 



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Eller, A. J.— Wilbar. 
Ellcr, W. H. — Greensboro. 
Elliott, Josiah — Hertford. 
Elsom, P. G.— Raleigh. 
Estridge, W. F. — Waxhaw. 
Eudy, G. L.— Effird's Mills. 
Farthing, C. S. — Sugar Grove. 
Farthing, J. H. — Sweetwater 
Felmet, C. F.— Drayton, S. C. 
Ferguson, B. V. — Reidsville. 
Ferrebee, J. B.— Elizabeth City. 
Fiddler, F. L.— High Point. 
Fields, C. F.— Elkin. 
Fleming, J. M. — Lumberton. 
Fletcher, J. F.— Whitehead. 
Fontaine, P. H. — Woodsdale, No. 2. 
Fox, E. L. — Clinton. 
Franklin, James — Houek. 
Freeman, A. J. — Bladenboro. 
Freeman, H. R. — Uree. 
Freeman, T. N. — Swam. 
Fulbright, J. O. — Southport. 
Gay, R. L. — Aulander. 
Gibbs, N. H. — Benson. 
Gibbs, J. M. — Cotton. 
Gibbs, J. A.— Whittier. 
Glenn, J. T.— Hemlock. 
Glenn, W. H.— Thackston. 
Glidwell, C. W.— Reidsville. 
Goforth, M. A. — Asheville. 
Goode, J. M. — Mooresboro. 
Gordon, J. H. — Averitt, Va. 
Gooden, A. H. — New Hope. 
Graham, T. J.— 
Gray, J. J. — Etowah. 
Green, B. P. — Mooresboro. 
Green, David — Zionville. 
Green, G. W.— Canton, China. 
Green, J. R.— Clyde. 
Greene, Edmund — Sands. 
Greene, L. H. — Bakersville. 

Greene, M. L. — Ahoskie. 
Greene, S. M. —Clarissa. 
Griggs, W. L.— Franklin. 
Grindstaff. I. — Bakersville. 
Guffey, W. H.— Franklin. 
Gulle'dge, J. G. —Monroe, No. 1. 
Gwaltney, J. P. — Hiddenite. 
Gwaltney, J. S. — Morganton. 
Gwaltney, L. P. — Hiddenite. 
Gwyn, E. N. ■ — Jennings. 
Hackney, J. A. — Burlington. 
Hagaman, J. P. — Lenoir. 
Haight, W. R.— Elizabeth City. 
Haire, P. H. — Fleetwood. 
Hale, Fred D. — Wilmington. 
Hall, J. J.— Fayetteville. 
Hall, L. P.— Canton. 
Hall, W. G.— Rocky Mount. 
Hall, S. W.— Pinnacle. 
Ham, J. W. — New Bern. 
Hamby, A. C. — Seminary. 
Hammond, J. F. — Wingate. 
Hampton, N. S. — Bamboo. 
Hamrick, B. M. — Rutherfordton. 
Hamrick, W. C. — Almond. 
Hamrick, J. M. — Henrietta. 
Handy, E. — Radical. 
Haney, J. F. — Horse Shoe. 
Harmon, G. W.— Ore Hill. 
Harrell, E. J.- — Lumber Bridge. 
Harrelson, J. — Clarendon. 



Harrill, Z. D.— Ellenboro. 

Harrill, J. D.— Shelby, No. 4. 

Harrill, H. D.— Forest City. 

Harrill, G. P.— Tarboro. 

Harris, B. B. — Dysartsville. 
Harris, J. S. — Albemarle. 
Harris, T. C— Forest City. 
Harris, L. W. — Eldorado. 
Harris, J. M. — Dogwood. 
Harris, G. A. — South Boston, Va. 
Hart, Riley— Park, Va. 
Hart, T. W.— Virgilina, Va. 
Harte, J. D. — Hickory. 
Hartsell, J. W. — Cameron. 
Hawkins, R. N.— Shelby, 3. 
Haymore, C. C. — Mt Airy. 
Haymore, R. D. — Mt. Airy. 
Havnes, J. M. — Clvde. 
Haynes, W. L.— Gilky. 
Hedgepeth, I. P. — Lumberton. 
Hedgepeth, R. A. — Barnesville. 
Hedle}', Wm. — Reidsville. 
Heilig, J. A. — Salisbury. 
Helms, D. F. — Concord. 
Henderson, G. J. — Rugby, Va. 
Henderson, J. K. — Roanoke Rapids. 
Henderson, G. W. — Blaine. 
Henderson, Z. I. — 
Henley, J. M.— Sanford. 3. 
Herring, R. H.— Siler City. 
Hester, R. C— Dublin. 
Hewitt, D. L.— Shallotte. 
Hickman, G. T. — Winnabow. 
Hilburn, D. H. — Bladenboro. 
Hilburn, Rufus M. — Bladenboro. 
HiUiard, J. M.— Cary. 
Hilliard, S. C— Wake Forest. 
Hipps, R. H. — Spring Creek. 
Hobbs, L. M. — Apex. 
Hocutt, J. C.— Chapel Hill. 
Hocutt, J. D.— Ashton. 
Hocutt, J. E.— Nashville. 
Hogan, K. W.— Wake Forest. 
Hogan, N. R. — Murphy. 
Hogue, H. J. — Wesser. 
Hogsed, W. D. — Murphy. 
Holleman, J. M. — Apex. 
Holloman, W. A. — Jonesville. 
Holsclaw, T. C— Clotho. 
Honeycutt, G. A. — Albemarle. 
Honeycutt, R. — Clinton. 
Hood, T. J.— Goldsboro, No. 4. 
Hooker, W. H. — Alexander. 
Hooper, L. W. — Tuckasiegee. 
Hord, A. T.— Clevelana. 
Horner, K. C. — Wilkesboro. 
Horrell, R. W.— Selma. 
Hough, W. A. — Cornelius. 
Howell, A. T. — Murfreesboro. 
Hoyle, J. A. — Gastonia. 
Hudgins, Richard — Bat Cave. 
Hudson, J. L. — 
Hudson, L. L. — Wake Forest. 
Hughes, S. A. — Valley. 
Hughes, Jno. G. — Hendersonville. 
Hull, W. F.— Camp Creek. 
Hulten, H. H.— Charlotte. 
Hunt, A. — Gamble's Store. 
Hunt, D. J.— Union Mills. 
Hurst, W. T.— Wake Forest. 
Hutchinson, J. H. — Raleigh. 
Hyde, H. H.— Bryson City. 



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Ingram, H. M.— Star. 
Irby, T. C— Waxhaw. 
Irvin, A. C— Shelby, No. 5. 
Irving, C. M. — Maiden. 
Ives, S. Albert— Pine Bluff. 
Ivory, G. O. — 
Jackson, B. P.— Bright. 
Jackson, Elbert — Landrum, S. C. 
Jackson, J. B.— S. B. T. Seminary. 
James, R. H. — Marshville. 
Jarvis, N. T. — Jarvis. 
Jenkins, J. T. — Wilson. 
Jenkens, C. A.— Statesville. 
Jervis, C. E.— Democrat. 
Johnson, D. L. — Downingsville. 
Johnson, E. 0.— St. Paul. 
Johnson, W. O.— St. Paul. 
Johnson, L. — Raleigh. 
Johnson, Wm. R.— Cedar Creek. 
Johnson, J. B.— Walnut Cove. 
Jolly, J. R.— Elkin. 
Jones, F. H.— Reidsville. 
Jones, E. F. — Zionville. 
Jones, G. S. — Hendersonville. 
Jones, R. H. — Roxboro, No. 5. 
Jones, Troy — Montezuma. 
Jones, W. J. — Salemburg. 
Jordan, F. M. — Calvert 
Jordan, J. R.— Star. 
Jordan, S. — Robbinsville. 
Jordan, James — Franklinville. 
Jordan, W. P.— Colerain. 
Joyce, J. A.— Sandy Ridge. 
Joyner, A. V. — Wise. 
Justice, T. B.— Franklinton. 
Justice, A I. — Hendersonville. 
Justice, C. B.— Rutherfordton. 
Keller, O. A. — Yanceyville. 
Kennedy, D. S. — Warsaw. 
Key, W. H.— Gray. 
King, J. D.— Wampler. 
King, L. C. — Gameville. 
King, T. C— Franklin. 
King, T. H.— Winterville. 
King, W. G. — New Bern. 
King, S. W. — Burnsville. 
Kinsey, W. S. 
Kinsland, J. L.— Franklin. 
Kirk, J. E.— China Grove. 
Kyle, W. L.— Raleigh. 
Kuykendall, W. T.— Asheville. 
Lanning, Jeff — China Grove. 

Larkins, J. D.— Morganton. 
Lassiter, E. M.— Cary. 

Lawhon, W. H. H.— Carthage. 
Laughter, .B. C— Bob. 

Leach, M. J. Lassiter. 

Ledford, B. M.— Ranger. 

Lee, W. M. — Summit. 

Lewis, John— Southern Pines. 

Lewis, L. G.— Thomasville. 

Lineberry, R. B.— Pittsboro. 

Little, J. W.— Lemon Springs. 

Little, T. B.— Marshville. 

Loftin, I. N.— Elizabeth City. 

Long, Edward — Marion. 

Lowe, A. E.— Bryson City. 

Lowe, C. G.— Enfield. 

Lumpkin, G. T.— Winston-Salem. 

Lunsford, Wm.— Asheville. 

Lvnch, J. W.— Wake Forest. 

Lyon, T M.— Trap Hill. 



Maddry, Charhs E. — Greensboro. 
Mangum. O. R. — Selma. 
Manly, J K.— 
Marion, T. G.— Crutchfield. 
Marr, W. W. — Mars Hill. 
Marsh, A. — Marshville. 
Marsh, R. H.— Oxford. 
Marshall, J. R. — Wilmington. 
Marshall, O.N. I [i nderson. 
Martin, C. Hi— Polkton. 
Martin, C. F. — Murphv. 
Martin, J. L. — Raleigh. 
Martin, J. M.— Stuart, Va. 
Martin, 0. J. — Siloam. 
Martin, G. A.— Wilmington. 
Mashburn, H. H.— Edenton. 
May, G. W.— Castalia. 
Mav, S. S.— Yadkinville. 
McCann, Levi— Trap Hill. 

McCarson, J. L. — Hendersonville. 
McCurry, J. H. — Asheville. 
McDuffie, J. F.— Chapel Bill, 3. 
McGee, J. F. — Culberson. 
McFee, P. T.— Marshall. 
McClure, W. B.— Alexis. 
McFarland, R. A.— Scotland Neck. 
McGinnis, I. J.— Vilas. 
McKinney, C. II.— Bakersville. 
McLeod, D. — Mebane. 
McNeil, M. — Wilkesboro. 
McPheeters, S. F.— Harvard. 
Meeks, O. P.— Fayetteville. 
Mercer, I. M.— Rocky Mount. 
Merrell, G. L.— Swan Quarter. 

Michael, W. H.— Sutherland. 
Miles, Wm.— Miles. 
Miller, Chester— Fain Lew. 

Miller, I. C— Stony Fork. 
Miller, John R.— High Point. 
Miller, II.— Sherman. 

Mills, G. T.— Apex. 

Mintz, M. L.— Buii 
Mitchell, 0. B.— Wake Forest. 

Mitchener, J. F - 
Mizell, J. C— Funston. 
Moncrief, A. J.— Raleigh. 

Monteith, T. J.— Japan. 

MofJre, Hight C— Raleigh. 
Moose, J. D.— Charlotte. 

Morgan. F. M. Flats. 

Morgan, S. L.— Red .-'pungs. 

Morgan, W. C— Robbinsville. 

Mollis, J. D.— Royal. 

Morris, W. A. — Hendersonville. 

Morton, D v Ubemarle. 

Morton, W .,B C ilumbia. 

Mmi, m, II.- Thomasville. 

Moss, T. J.— Forest < ity. 

Mulkey, J. T.— 

Mull, W. F.- Mm11'< Q] 

Mull. W. B. I lonm llj Spi ii 

Murray, J. F. Swansboro. 

Murry, L. B.- State Road. 

Myers, W. W. N. Wilkesboro, 

Myers, T. 0.— Martin, 

Myers, W. A. New Castle. 

\, ! on, J. B. Patterson. 

Newton, [. T. Fall 

Newton, J. B. Kerr. 

Newton, J. D. Thomasville. 

Nobles, J. W.— Kenly. 

Norket, L. R. Mt. [aland. 



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Norris, C. H. — Holly Springs. 


Rogers, L. A. — Mull's Grove. 


Norton, J. E. — Murphy. 


Rogers, J. L. — Whitakers. 


Nowell, W. C. — Spring Hope. 


Rollins, B. F.— Cana. 


Oldham, S. W.— Graham. 


Rowell, J. W.— Libertv. 


Olive, J. B. — Mavsville. 


Ruske, J. T.— Roekford. 


Olive, W. S.— Apex. 


Ruppe, John — Maud, S. C. 


Oliver, P. — King. 


Royall, W. C— Benson. 


O'Neill, G. G.— Asheville. 


Rvland, C. P.— Roxboro. 


Orr, P. P.— Clotho. 


Royall, W. B.— Wake Forest. 


Owen, S. C— Candler. 


Sams, J. F. — Cane River. 


Owen, J. H.— Fidelity. 


Sandling, R. C— Clinton. 


Owen, J. L. Glenviile. 


Sawyer, E. F.— Elizabeth City. 


Owen, J. R. — Lake Toxaway. 


Scarborough, C. W. — Murfreesboro. 


Pace, J. R.— Oxford. 


Scott, J. J. — Orrum. 


Page, J. M.— Rose Hill. 


Scotten, A. K. — Coleridge. 


Page, Wiley M. — Dunn, No. 4. 


Sebastian, G. W.— Hay Meadow. 


Parker, L. A. — Menola. 


Sentelle, R. A. Waynesville. 


Pardue, A. T. — Roaring River. 


Seymour, T. Y.— Wake Forest. 


Parrish, M. E.— Shelby. 


Shaver, J. M. Dealv^.le. 


Pastor, P. J.— Gibbs. 


Shaw, F. W.— Cedar Falls. 


Patton, R. L.- — Morganton. 


Sheets, Henry — Lexington. 


Paul, E. A. — Orrum. 


Shell, P. J.— Gibbs. 


Payne, J. M. — Blowing Rock. 


Shell, J. J.— Gibbs. 


Pavseur, C. W. — Lawndale. 


Shepherd, N. H. — Fremont. 


Peek, I. T.— Short. 


Sherwood, A. C. — Winton. 


Pernell, P. H. — Rockingham. 


Sherwood, J. J. L. — Granite Falls. 


Phillips, J. B. — Lenoir. 


Shipman, Z. A.— Etowah. 


Pickens, J. M. — Jupiter. 


Shoaf, R. L. — Warrensville. 


Pippin, A. A.— Wakefield. 


Silver, E. D.— Newdale. 


Pittman, S. M.— Frank. 


Simmons, J. W. — Mt. Airy. 


Pittman, R. — Ledger. 


Simons, W. F.— Nina. 


Plott, J. T.— Hayesville. 


Sims, A. H.— Shelby. 


Plemmons, B. B. — Trust. 


Sims, B. W. N.— Albemarle. 


Poe, E. D.— Wake Forest. 


Singleton, T. C— Wake Forest. 


Ponder, R. D. — Buckner. 


Sledge, J. W. — Louisburg, No. 4. 


Pool, D. W.— Tavlorsrille, 3. 


Smiley, J. S. — Bryson City. 


Porter, W. F.— Radical. 


Smith, C. C— Whiteville. 


Porter, A. H.— Whiteville. 


Smith, James A. — Wilmington. 


Posey, T. H.— Columbus. 


Smith, G. W.— 


Poteat, J. H. — Columbia. 


Smith, J. T.— Westfleld. 


Powell, J. M.— 


Smith, J. W. — Catharine Lake. 


Powell, R. E.— Blanch. 


Smith, J. L.— Siler City. 


Powers, Oscar L. — High Point. 


Sneed, I. F.— 


Preslar, M. D. L. — Monroe. 


Snider, J. W. — Concord. 


Presley, T. M. — Biltmore. 


Solesbee, A. S. — Lookout. 


Prevatt, F. A. — Lumberton. 


Sorrell, A. P.— Garden City. 


Prevatt, John — Buie. 


Sothern, W. P.— Salisbury. 


Pridgen, M.— Fair Bluff. 


Sparks, W. H. — Burnsville. 


Proffit, M. S.— Democrat. 


Sparks, A. — Ledger. 


Pruett, L. R.— Charlotte. 


Sparks, J. C. — Cello. 


Pruitt, Julius — Charlotte. 


Speight, J. A. — Berkley, Va. 


Pruitt, Wm. — Almond. 


Speight, T. T.— Windsar, R. F. D. 


Putnam, J. W. — Magnetic City. 


Sprinkle, A. J. — Jupiter. 


Putnam, D. F. — Benson. 


Staley, W. F. — Greensboro. 


Queen, Cicero — Caesar. 


Stallings, J. N. — Salisbury. 


Queen, A. C. — Wolf Mountain.. 


Slallings, N. P. — Bayboro. 


Rains, S. A. — Nantahala. 


Stamey, E. A. — Altamont. 


Ragland, T. J. — Aurora. 


Stanley, C. Chadbourn. 


Rector, J. A. — Morganton. 


Stanley, J. F.— Hemlock. 


Reddish, W. H. — Gastonia. 


Stanberry, J. S. — Judson. 


Redman, T. E. — New Hope. 


Stephens, A. B. — Autryville. 


Redfern, R. D.— White's Store. 


Stephens, M. A. — Lumberton. 


Reed, G. W.— Reidsville. 


Stephenson, R. S.— Raleigh. 


Renfrow, W. B. — Matthews. 


Stephenson, R. D. — Windsor. 


Revis, W. A.— Suit. 


Stevens, H. T.— Wake Forest. 


Richardson, J. B. — High Point. 


Stewart, J. L. — Clinton. 


Rivenbark, W. B. — Teachey's. 


Stone, E. W.— Elizabeth City. 


Roberts, D. J.— Elkspur. 


Stout, James — Baker's Gap. 


Roberts, L. C. — Hollywood. 


Stone, C. H.— Round Peak. 


Robertson, W. A. Barnardsville. 


Stradley, J. A.— Oxford. 


Robeson, H. S.— Shallotte. 


Stradley, E. P.— Asheville. 


Rock, C. M.— Mount Olive. 


Strickland, W. H.— Proximity. 
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RELIGIOUS AND CHURCH STATISTICS. 






String-field, O. L.— Maiden. 
Sullivan, J. A.- — Washington. 
Stringfield, J. H. — Atkinson. 
Summey, J. A. — Rockwell. 
Suttle, J. W.— Marshall. 
Swaim, S. D. — Lexington. 
Swaim, V. M. — Statesville.. 
Svvope, W. P. — Louisburg. 
Talbirt, W. T.— Concord. 
Tate, R J.— Fingerville, S. C. 
Tatum, T. A.— Elizabeth City. 
Taylor, C. E.— Wake Forest. 
Tavlor, T. J. — Warrenton. 
Tew, C. T.— Cherryville. 
Tew, John O. — Fayetteviiie. 
Thomas, C. A. G. — Monroe. 
Thomas, I. W. — Lenoir. 
Thomas, James C— Bandana. 
Thornton, T. H.— Clavton. 
Timmons, J. D. — Beaufort. 
Tipton, S. D. — Burnsville. 
Toney, B. W.— Bostic. 
Townsend, B.— Broadway. 
Tread way, E. R.— Trust. 
Triplett, 0. W.— West Durham. 
Trivett, G. W.— Sugar Grove. 
Trogden, J. M. — Revolution. 
Tucker, Elihu — Grassv Creek. 
Tunstall, Geo.— Wake Forest. 
Turner, E. W. — Siloam. 
Tvner, J. T.— Whiteville. 
Tyree, W. C— Raleigh. 
Usry, E. G.— Oxford, 2. 
Utley, C. H.— Burgaw. 
Vanhoy, W. H. — Hamptonville. 
Vann, 'R. T.— Raleigh. 
Vernon, T. L.— Rocky Mount. 
Vinson, J. D. — Otto. 
Vinson, T. J. — Gneiss. 
Vipperman, J. L. — Dallas. 
Vipperman, D. E. — Halifax. 
Wadkins, W. E. — Concord. 
Waff, W. B.— Conway. 
Walker, R. P.— Lenoiv. 
Walker, M. — Swan Creek. 
Wall, J. O.— Maxwell. 
Wall, W. H.— Rutherfordton. 
Wall, Zeno— Cliffside. 

Washburn, D. G.— Shelby, 4. 
Watkins, G. T.— Goldsboro. 
Watson,- T. D.— Oconalufty. 
Watson, S. N. — Concord. 
Watts, J. T.— Lexington. 
Waycaster, J. R. — Estatoe. 
Weatherman, J. G. — Jennings. 
Weatherspoon, J. B. — Durham. 
Wells, C. G.— Mooresville. 
Weston, E. L. — Cooleemeo. 
Wharton, George — Henderson ville. 
Whitaker, H. C. — Andrews. 
White, J. A.— Taylorsville. 
White, J. L. — Greensboro. 
White, W. W. — Greensboro. 
Whitehead, W. H.— Intelligence. 
Whiteside, J. R. — Uree. 
Whiteside, Z. T.— Uree. 
Whitley, J. W.— Union Mills. 
Whitlock, O. F.— Wilmington. 
Wilcox, A. G. — Brinkleyville. 
Wildman, J. W., Chapel Hill. 
Whitmire, A. S. — 
Wilcox, B. F.— McGuiro. 



Wilhoit, G. O.— Ansonville. 
Williams, A. J. — Zephyr. 
Williams, ('. C. — Spring Hope. 
Williams— J. G.— Star. 
Willis, H. A.— Weldon. 
\\ illis, W. \\ '.- Fairmont. 
Wilson, L. A. — Meat Camp. 
Wilson, L. C. — Sugar d 
Wilson, W. E. — Rutherfordton. 
Wilson, W. H.— Madison. 
Wilson, W. M. — Ramsevtown. 
Wilson. S. B.— Fair Bluff. 
Wishart, I. E. — Lumberton. 
Wnlmcslv, H. — Wilmington. 
Wood, M. A.— Mars Hill. 
Wood, T. G.— Maxton, No. 4. 
Woodfin, J. F. — Blanton. 
Woodall, W. H.— Clyde. 
Woodard, J. S. — Needmore. 
Wooten, F. T.— Cliadbourn. 
Wyatt, W. J.— Troutman. 
Wyncoop, A. H. — Mor<ranton. 
Younce, J. L. — Franklin. 
PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 

There is no State organization but fifteen 
independent associations. The oldest is the 
Kehukee Association. Trie official paper is 
Zion's Landmark, of Wihon, edited by Elder 
P. D. Gold. The absence of a compact 
State organization makes it impossible to 
obtain full statistics. 

MINISTERS. 
W. S. Willard— High Point. 
W. A. Simpkins — Raleigh. 
John Peed — Foster. 
E. E. Lunsdy — Wilmington. 

W. H. Harrison— Plymouth, R. F. D. No. 2. 
Thos. Wallace — Branchs Store. 
Thos. F. Holidia — Columbia. 

B. F. Eubanks— Trenton. 
A. G. Morton — Albemane. 
S. Hassell — Wilhamston. 

J. N. Rogerson — Robersonville. 
if. T. Lawrence — Hamilton. 

A. D. Mizell — Jamesvi.ie. 

M. B. Williford— Rocky Mt. 
W. W. Brinson — Reelsboro. 
James Potter — Lowland. 
J. P. Tingle (irantsboro. 
Isaac Jones — Maple Hill. 

C. C. Brown — Marines. 

S. 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. 

Amos Crisp Macclesfield. 

G. W. Corbet! Tarboro. 

Jordan Johnson Whitakers. 

C. ('. Davis Weasel. 

B. II. Hlevins (rumpler. 
John L. Ross Stokes. 

< ;. \i. ( 'orb. 1 1 - Qreenvilic. 
W. J. corbel t Greenville. 
H. B. Tucker— Greenville. 

C. C. Bland Ud'ii. 

.i M. Royall— White. 
Gabriel Denny Deron. 

A. M. 1 1 1 ■ 1 1 1 1 \ \biggs. 

H. G. Barb ir Barbour. 



160 RELIGIOUS AND CHURCH STATISTICS. 



BARRETT $ THOMSON 

Architects 
and Engineers 

Raleigh, N. C. 

A. M. Denny— Pinnacle, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Gabriel Denny— Pinnacle, R. F. D. No. 3. 

J. M. Royal— Elkin, R. F. D. 

\\. R. Welborn— EliMn, R. F. D. 

J. A. T. Jonos— McCullers, R. F. D. 1. \V. II. Atkinson— Araiat. 

Smitbfield, R P. D 2. M (; Harbour-Rockford, R. F. D. 1. 

•{• T ■ '',. ',, ] ]: 7 -. R. F. D. No. 1. 

James Johnson-Angler, R. F. D. 1. R ,, v ,, : 

Z. R. Ballanc. R p D No L 

- ith< ni c. rraanton, R. F. D. l. 
L. I. G ■ unpbell. 

!!. H. Mi« nacle, R. F. D. No. 2. 

VV. M. Stone— Pinnae-Tr, R. F. D. No. 2. 
\ i fj Danburv, R I'. I). No. 1. 
Taul Pridd D nbury, R. F. D. No. 1. 
Danbury, R. F. D. No. 1. 

F. P. Stone— Francisco, R. F. D. No. 1. 

W . <;. J iirm r— Dunn, R. F. D. No. 3. ,. „ ,,. „ . _ „ _ 

Bernice Wood— PAinn A '" " '""'■ Collins Francisco, R. F. D. 1. 

A. I). Johnson— Dunn. ■'' ' s ,; '"£ e - 

J. I). Draughn \i unl Airy, R. F. D. 4. • Josiah Knight— Sandy Riage. 

Henderson Cain Pilot Mountain, U.F.D. John II. Wrighl Westfleld, R. F. D. 1. 

C. B. Denny— Pinnacle, R. F. D. No. 3. Pari:!' I Pinnacle, R. F. D. No. 2. 



H. Cain— Westfleld. 

•I. A. Ashburn — Pilot Mountain. 

G. O. Key— Pi ain. 

W . II. Atkinson — Round Peak. 



Major Langdon — Clayti in 

w. K. Craft— Bro 

M. B. Martin— Bledsoe. 

Hiram Nichols — Vox. 

Isom Fender — Whitehead. 

Eli Long— Laui 

Jno. Sain!- - i ;ord. 

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