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The North Carolina Year Book and Business Directory 

A State Directory by Counties and Towns, Including State 
Information, State Statistics and General Statistics. 

TABLE OF CONTENTS 






INDEX. 

Page. 
COUNTIES— 

are arranged alphabetically. . .65-514 
TOWNS— 

Are arranged under their re- 
spective counties and alpha- 
betically on back of map. 

Altitude 46 

Anniversaries. Some notable 9-10 

Building and Loan (Statistics)... 5 

Corporation Certificates filed 34 

Climate— North Carolina 5 

Deaths. Eminent, 1909 11-12 

Divorce Laws of North Carolina. 33 

Famous Old People (living) 13-15 

Farm Products 8 

Foreign Moneys 8 

flame Birds — Laws 50 

Land Grants 56 

Legal Holidays 46 

Legislation (General Acts) 9 

Liquor Traffic Regulation by 

States 10 

Insurance (Statistics) 53 

States. Origin of Names 9 

Seasons 8 

Schools ( Statistics) 34 

Soldiers' Home 44 

Stars— Morning and Evening 8-9 

Tobacco (Statistics) 16 

Weather— Rules 12 

Weather— Flags 16 

Official Vote of the State — 

Congressional vote — 1908 45-46 

Comparative vote for Governor. 43-44 

State Officers 1908 44 

Platforms 36-42 

Democratic 36-40 

Republican 40-42 

Political Organizations 4 '„ 

Democratic 47-49 

Republican 49-50 

Railroads • • .«w-«* 

Accidents— Rates 6. .55-56 

Officials 5S-64 

Societies and Organizations — 

Agricultural Society 28 

Anti-Saloon League 28 

Association for the Study and 
Prevention of Tuberculosis... 22 

Bankers' Association 22 

Bank Statistics -33 

Bar Association - 0-22 

Chemical Society 1» 

Child Labor Committee 29 

Colonial Dames of America IS 



Page. 

Confederate Veterans IT 

Daughters of Confederacy 18 

Daughters of the Revolution.. 26 
Daughters of the American Rev- 
olution 27-28 

Dental Society 20 

Elks 26 

Farmers' Alliance 22 

Firemen's Association 23 

Funeral Directors and Em- 

balmers 23 

Grand Army of the Republic... 19 

Historical Society 22 

J. O. U. A. M 25 

Horticultural Society 22 

Knights of Pythias 24 

Knights Templar 25 

Library Association 2S 

Library Commission 28 

Literary and Historical Asso- 
ciation 22 

Masons 24 

Medical Society 19 

Medical Association (Tri-State). 26 

N. C. Fairs XV 

N C. Architectural Association. 22 

Odd Fellows 23 

Order of the Cincinnati 26 

Pharmacy, Board of 20 

Pharmaceutical Association .... 1" 

Poultry Association 22 

Press Association 19 

Red Men 25 

Retail Merchants' Association.. 2S 

Roval Arcanum 19 

Roval and Select Masters 24 

Sons of the Confederacy 18 

Sons of the Revolution 26 

State Federation of Labor 21 

Teachers' Assembly 22 

State Guard 29-33 

State Government — 

Executive ITT-XI 

Judicial XVT-4 

Legislative XII-Xa 

North Carolina in Congress 42 

Military ■ 29-33 

United States Government — 

Executive J. 

Judicial 

Courts in N. C * 

Financial Statement 

Legislative 

Tax Commission Report M 51 



II 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



Tage. 

Allen, George Xll 

.iUHTican liook. Company 37 

.ui. cut. hi National Bank, VVil- 

uiingiou 342-346 

Auueiaw Paper Co., Hagerstowu, 

Ala E 

A. A: M. College for the Colored 

Race, Ureeusooro 64 

Atlantic Christian College, Wil- 

suii 30 

Atlantic Fire Ins. Co., Raleigh.. 13) 
L>auk of French Broad, Mar- 
shall 300-302 

Bank of Northampton, Jackson. 347-350 
i>auk of Onslow, Jacksonville. .351-353 
Bank of Pittsboro, Bittsboro. .137-140 

Bromo- Seltzer B 

Christopher Engraving Co., Rich- 
mond 53 

Citizens Bank, Norfolk V 

Citizens National Bank, Raleigh. 15 
Commercial National Bank, Char- 
lotte 13 

Commercial National Bank, Ral- 
eigh IX 

Coopers of Raleigh G 

Dobler & Mudge, Baltimore, Md. E 

Durham Buggy Co., Durham 57 

Edwards & Broughton Printing 

Co., Raleigh F 

Elizabeth College, Charlotte 43 

Farmers Bank. Seaboard 347 

Farmers & Merchants Bank, Wil- 

liamston 303-306 

First National Bank, Oxford 11 

First National Bank, Richmond. 1 
Fourth National Bank, Fayette- 

ville 163-16S 

Greensboro Female College, 

G reensboro 45 

Havens, Jonathan, Washington. 85-91 
Horner Military School, Oxford.. 41 
Jefferson Standard Life Ins. Co.. VII 
Johnson. B. F., Publishing Co., 

Richmond, Va 35 

Joyce Engraving Co., The 

Maurice, Washington 55 

Keeley Institute, Greensboro 23 

King's Business College. Raleigh. 

354, 371, 466-471 

Biddell Co.. Charlotte Ill 

Life Insurance Co. of Virginia, 

Richmond. Va D 

McDonald, C. C, Raleish 

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Mechanics Savings Bank, Raleigh. 5 



Page. 

Merchants National Bank, Raleigh C 

Meredith College, Raleigh 25 

Murphy's Hotel, Richmond F 

National Bank of Commerce, Nor- 
folk XV 

National Bank of Virginia, Rich- 
mond, Va Side of front cover 

National State Bank, Richmond... 

Top of front cover 

News and Observer 16, 515-516 

Norfolk Bank for Savings and 

Trusts XIII 

Norfolk National Bank XI 

Norfolk & Southern Railway 61 

Normal and Collegiate Institute, 

Asheville 29 

North Carolina College of Agricul- 
ture and Mechanic Arts, The 47 

North Carolina State Normal and 

Industrial College. The 31 

North State Mutual Life Insurance 

Company, Kinston 17 

Parker-Gardner Co., Charlotte. 310-323 

Peace Institute. Raleigh 40 

People's Bank, Roxhoro 372-374 

Planters Bank. Rocky Mount. .336-341 
Preshvterian College for Women, 

Charlotte 33 

Raleiarh Banking and Trust Co... 7 

Raleisrh Savings Bank. Raleigh 3 

Raleisrh & Southnort Railway 6°. 

Roanoke Hotel. Manteo 171-173 

Saint Marv's School. Rnlelarh 51 

Sanders. W. M.. Smithfleld 275-2S5 

Seaboard Air Line 59 

Smitho'eaTs Business College, Rich- 
mond. Va E 

Southeate. J.. & Son F 

State Fair. The Gre->t O 

Svdnor S- Hundlev. Richmond. Va. D 
Sydnor Pump & Well Co., Rich- 
mond, Va 21 

Thomson. Frank K.. Raleigh 12 

T.avW-Cannady Buggy Co., Ox- 
ford 223-2°" 

Fni->-prsirv of North Carolina.... 2" 

F77P11. E M.. Sz Co.. Riielsrh 20 

yir"inli-C<iroiiTia Chemical Co., 

Richmond. Vft Rack cover 

Vivsr'nlfi Prnte Tns. Co.. Richmond, F 
Vlrsrinin Tr"<»t Co.. Richmond. Vj\. C 
Wicnr.-H-i National Bank. Win- 
ston-Salem 100.-207 

W"i-o Countv Savincs Bank. Ral- 

elsrh 9 

Yarborough House, Raleigh G 



STATE GOVERNMENT— EX ECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 




STATE GOVERNMENT— EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



Governor — William Walton Kitchin, 
of_ Person. 

Lieut.-Govemor — W. C. Newland, of 
Caldwell. 

Private Secretary to Governor — Alex. 
J. Feild, of Wake. 

Executive Clerk — Miss Annie Travis, 
of Halifax. 

Secretary of States — J. Bryan Grimes, 
of Pitt. 

Chief Clerk to Secretary of State — 
George W. Norwood, of Wake. 

Corporation Clerk — W. S. Wilson, of 
Caswell. 

Stenographer — Miss Minnie Bagwell, 
of Wake. 

State Treasnrer — Benj. R. Lacy, of 
Wake. 

Chief Clerk, Treasury Department — 
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— Benj. F. Dixon, of 
Cleveland. 

Chief Clerk to Auditoi — E. H. Baker. 



Durham, of 
-Mrs. F. W. 



of Franklin. 

Tax Clerk — Baxter 
Wake. 

Clerk and Stenegraphei 
Smith, of Wake. 

Attorney General— T. W. Bickett, of 
Franklin. 

Law Clerk — G. L. .Tones, of Macon. 

Clerk and Stenographer — Miss Sarah 
Burkhead, of Columbus. 

Superintendent of Public. Instruction 
— J. Y. .lovner, of Guilford. 

Chief Clerk— Allen J. Barwlck, of 
Lenoir. 

Clerk and Stenegrnpher — Miss Hat- 
tie B. Arrington, of Nash. 

Special Clerk for Loan Fund and 
Secretary to Educational Campaign 
Committee — C. H. Mehane. of Catawba. 

Inspector of Public High SThools — 
N. W. Walker, of Chapel Hill. 

Supervisor of Teacher Training — T. 
A. Bivina. 

Supervisor of Elementary Schools — 
L. C. Brogden. 

Adjutant General — J. F. Arnitlrld, 
of Iredell. 

Chief of Ordnance — T. R. Robertson. 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— EX ECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



of Mecklenburg. 

State Librarian M. O. Sherrill, of 

Catawba. _ , _ 

Assistant Librarian— Miss Carrie E. 
Broughton, <>f Wake. 

Commissioner of Labor and Printing; 
— M. L. Sblpman, of Hendersonville. 

\ssis(:inl Commissioner— Geo. B. 
Justice, of Rutherfordton. 

Stenosrapher — Miss Daisy Thomp- 
Bon, of Wake. 

Insurance Commissioner — James R. 
Young, of Vance. 

Deputv Insurance Commissioners — 
Stat-v W. Wade and Robt. I?. Coit. 

Chief Clerk— Robt. B. Coit. 

Clerk and StenoBrapher — Miss Tda 
Montgomery, of Wake. 

License Clerk— A. H. Yerhy. 

Bookkeeper— Miss Mary Marsh. 

Keeper of the Capitol— C. C. Cherry*, 
of Edgecombe. 

State Standard Keeper — L. H. Lums- 
den. of Wake. 

Slate Printers — E. M. Uzzell and 
Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., 
of Wake. 



fiOVEBNOR'S COUNCIL. 
The Secretary of State. Auditor, 
Treasurer, and Superintendent of Pub- 
lie Instruction. 

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

The Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, 
Secretary of State. Auditor. Treasurer, 
Superintendent of Public Instruction, 
and Attorney-General. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS 
AND GROUNDS. 

The Governor, Secretary of State. 
Treasurer and Attorney-General. 

STATE BOARD OF PENSIONS. 

The Governor, Auditor and Attor- 
ney-General. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PENSIONS. 

The Clerk of the Court and three ex- 
Confederate soldiers appointed by the 
State Auditor. 



Miss E. G. Riddick, of Gates, Steno- 
grapher. 
O. S. Thompson, of Wake, Tax Clerk. 

BOARD OF CHARITIES. 

William A. Blair, (chairman), Win- 
ston-Salem. 

Jos. G. Brown, Raleigh. 

H. C. Dockery, Rockingham. 

Carey J. Hunter, Raleigh. 

A. C. McAlister, Asheboro. 

Miss Daisy Denson, Raleigh, Secre- 
tary. 



NORTH CAROLINA GEOLOGICAL 
BOARD. 

Board of Managers — Governor W. 
W. Kitchin ex officio Chairman. 

State Geologist — Jos. Hyde Pratt, 
Chapel Hill. 

C. S .Vann, Edenton. 

R. D. Caldwell, Lumberton. 

Frank R. Hewett, Asheville. 

Hugh McRae. Wilmington. 

Scientific Staff— Joseph Hyde Pratt, 
Geologist and Mineralogist. Chapel 
Hill, N. C. ; W. W. Ashe, For- 
ester, Raleigh, N. C. ; B. S. Drane, As- 
sistant Hydrographer, Greensboro, N. 
C. ; W. L. Spoon, Engineer, Burling- 
ton, N. C. ; R. J. Sykes, Clerk of 
Statistician, Chapel Hill, N. C. 



BOARD OF INTERNAL IMPROVE- 
MENTS. 
The Governor, B. C. Beckwith, of 
Wake, and R. F. Beasley, of Union. 



CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Franklin McNeill, of New Hanover, 
Chairman. (Term expires January, 
1913). 

Samuel L. Rogers, of Macon. (Term 
expires January, 1911). 

B. F. Aycock, of Wayne. (Term 
expires January, 19151. 

Henry C. Brown, of Surrv, Chief 
Clerk. 



STATE BOARD OF SCHOOL EX- 
AMINERS. 

J. Y. Joyner, (chrm. ex officio), Ral- 
eigh. 

Allen J. Barwick, (see.). Raleigh. 
N. W. Walker, Chapel Hill. 
John Graham, Warrenton. 
F. Li. Stevens, West Raleigh. 
Z. V. Judd, Raleigh. 



STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. 

Geo. G. Thomas, M. D., President, 
Wilmington. 

Thos. E. Anderson, M. D., States- 
ville. 

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

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

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

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

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

Richard H. Lewis, M. D., Raleigh. 

W. S. Rankin, M. D., Sec. and Treas., 
Raleigh. 



STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL EX- 
AMINERS. 

J. L. Nicholson, M. D., President, 
Richlands, Physiology and Hygiene. 

J. C. Rodman, M. D., Washington. 
Chemistry and Diseases of Children. 

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

L. B. McBrayer, M. D., Asheville, 
Surgery. 

W. W. MeKenzie, M. D.. Salisbury, 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 



Thet Citizens Bank 

OF NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 

ORGANIZED 1867. 

Capital, $300,000.00. Surplus, $375,000.00. 

McD. L. WRENN President. 

J. W. PERRY Vice-President. 

TENCH F. TILGHMAN Vice-President, Cashier. 

GEORGE J. TWOHY Trust Officer. 

NORMAN BELL,, JR , Assistant Cashier. 

DIRECTORS: McD. L. Wrenn, W. G. Swartz, E. L. Woodard. 
John S. Jenkins, A. B. Seldner, R. B. Cooke, John Twohy, 
J. W. DeJarnette, V. L. Backus, M. K. King, R. H. Barrett. 
T. F. Tilghman, J. W. Perry, George J. Twohy. 




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 boxen for rent 
at moderate cost in the best appointed Safe Deposit Vaults and In the most 
modern fire-proof building in Tidewater Virginia. 



VI 



STATE GOVERNMENT— EX ECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



Anatomy and Pathology. 

H. H. Dodson, M. D., Greensboro. 
Practice of Medicine. 

John Bynum, M. D., Winston-Salem, 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. 



8TATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 

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

First District— H. C. Carter Fair- 
field. 

Second District — K. W. Barnes, Lu- 
cama. 

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, 
Laurinburg. 

Eighth District— Wm. Bledsoe, Gale. 

Ninth District— W. J. Shuford, 
Hickory. 

Tenth District— A. Cannon, Horse- 
Shoe. 

Officers : 

Commissioner — W. A. Graham. 

Secretary — Elias Carr. 

State Chemist— B. W. Kilgore. 

Veterinarian — W. G. Chrismon. 

Assistant Veterinarian — E. P. Wood. 

Entomologist — Frank Sherman, Jr. 

Assistant Entomologist — Z. P. Met- 
calf. 

Naturalist and Curator — H. H. 
Brimley. 

Assistant Curator— T. W. Adieks. 

Horticulturist— W. H. Hutt. 

Assistant Horticulturist— S. B. Shaw. 

Farm Demonstrator — T. B. Parker. 

Agronamist — J. L. Burses. 

Food Chemist— W. M. Allen. 

Assistant Chemist — J. M. Pickle. 

Fertilizer Chemist — W. G. Haywood. 

Feed Chemist— O. M. MacNider. 

Assistant Chemist, Soils— E. L. 
Wo it ham. 

Ass'stant Chemist — L. L. Brinkley. 

Assistant Chemist — J. 0. Jackson. 

Ass'stant Chemist — W. H. Strowd. 

Assistant Chemist — W. A. Smith. 

R. W. Scott, Jr.. Superintendent 
Edsecnmbe Test Farm, Rocky Mount. 

F. T. Meaoham. Superintendent Ire- 
dell Test Farm. Willard. 

John H. .Tefries. Superintendent 
Pender Test Farm. Willard. 

R. W. Cnllett. Superintendent 
Transylvania Test Farm, Swanannoa. 

Test Farm Committee — Wm. Dunn, 
New Bern; A. T. McCallum, Red 
Springs; R. W. Scott, Mebane. 



OIL, COMMISSIONERS. 

Ashley Horn. 
K. W. Barnes. 
A. T. McCallum. 

OIL INSPECTORS. 

Assistant — M. Orr. 
Chief Clerk— Geo. Little. 

CROP TEST COMMITTEE. 

J. P. McRae. 
H. C. Carter. 
R. W. Scott. 
Wm. Dunn. 
Wm. Bledsoe. 



QUARANTINE COMMITTEE. 

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



STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner of 
Agriculture, Raleigh. 

Jos. Hyde Pratt, State Geologist, 
Chapel Hill. 

Elias Carr, Secretary, Raleigh. 



STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS. 

Vv ilson G. Lamb, (chairman), Wil- 
liamston. 
J. C. Clifford, Dunn. 
J. D. Elliott, Hickory, 
flarence Call. Wilkesboro. 
A. B. Freeman, Hendersonville. 



DIRECTORS STATE'S PRISON. 

Geo. A. Norwood, Jr., Goldsboro. 
Geo. E. Hunter, Raleigh. 
R. L. Doughton, Laurel Springs. 
Geo. A. Holderness, Tarboro. 
T. J. Renfrow. Matthews. 



STATE INSTITUTIONS. 

The University of North Carolina — 

Chapel Hill ; Francis Preston Venable, 
Ph. D., President. 

North Carolina College of Agricul- 
ture and Mechanic Arts — Raleigh; D. 
H. Hill, President. 

North Carolina Agricultural Experi- 
ment Station — Raleigh; D. H. Hill, 
President; C. B. Williams, Director. 

The State Normal and Industrial 
College, Greensboro — J. I. Foust, Pres- 
ident. 

Eastern Carolina Teachers' Training 
School -Greenville; R. H. Wright, 
President. 

North Carolina Institution for the 
Deaf, Dumb and Blind — Raleigh; John 
E. Ray, A. M., Principal. 

Cullowhee Normal School — Cullo- 
whee ; R. L. Madison, Principal. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 



VII 



STRONGEST IN THE SOUTH 



JEFFERSON 

Standard Life Insurance Co. 

Home Ofiice, RALEIGH, N. C. 

Cash Surplus to Policyholders 
Over $460,000. 



A JJEEEEBSON STANDARD POLICY/^; 









Signing- of the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence by Thomas Jefferson, July 



4th, 1776. 

JOSEPH G. BROWN 
P. D. GOLD, JR. - 
CHAS. W. GOLD 
C. J. PARKER 
ALBERT ANDERSON 
1H0S. B. WOMACK 
CHAS. W. GAMWELL 



President. 

Vice-Pres. & Gen. Mgr. 

Secy. & Supt. of Agencies. 

Treasurer. 

Medical Director. 

- General Counsel. 

Actuary. 



VIII 



STATIC GOVERNMENT— EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



North Carolina School for the Deaf 
and Dumb — Morgan ton ; E. McK. 
Woodwin, M. A. Superintendent. 

Central Hospital— Raleigh ; James 
MeKee, M. D., Superintendent. 

The State Hospital— . Morganton ; 
.Tno. MeCainpbell, M. D., Superintend- 
ent. 

The State Hospital— Goldsboro : W. 
\Y. Faison, M. D., Superintendent. 

Central Prison — Raleigh; J. J. 
Laughiughouse, Superintendent, Ral- 
eigh. 

Oxford Orphan Asylum — Oxford ; 
under auspices of Grand Lodge of 
Masons; W. J. Hicks, Superintendent. 
(Partly supported by tbe State). 

State Sanitarium for the Treatment 
of Tuberculosis — Montrose; J. R. 
Brooks, M. D., Montrose. Superintend- 
ent; J. R. Gordon, M. D., Jamestown, 
President Board of Trustees; M. Eu- 
gene Street, M. D.. Glendon, Secretary. 

Agricultural and Mechanical College 
for the Colored Race — Greensboro; 
James B. Dudley, President. 

DIRECTORS NORTH CAROLINA 
RAILROAD COMPANY. 

C. M. Stedman, President, Greens- 
boro. 

L. E. Heilig, Salisbury. 

D. J. Carpenter, Newton. 

C. C. Hargrave. Lexington. 
T. S. Fleshman, Kernersvllle. 
Allen J. Ruffin, Hillsboro. 
S. C. Penn, Reidsville. 
R. L. Holt, Burlington. 
State's Proxy— A. E. Smith, Mt. 
Airy. 



DIRECTORS ATLANTIC A N. C. R. 
R. COMPANY. 

On Part of State: 

S. W. Ferrabee, President. Stone- 
wall. 

W. S. Chadwick, Beaufort. 

G. V. Richardson. Dover. 

L. P. Tapp, Kinston. 

A. C. Avery, Jr.. Morganton. 

W. H. Bagley, Raleigh. 

J. W. Grainger, Kinston. 

W. D. Creech, Goldsboro. 

State's Proxy, T. C. YVhitaker, New- 
ton. 

OYSTER COMMISSION. 

Wm. M. Webb, Morehead City. 
Oeo. W. Wallace (Assistant), New 
Bern. 

DIRECTORS STATE NORMAL AND 

INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE AT 

GREENSBORO. 

J. Y. Joyner, Chairman, ex officio, 
Raleigh. 

First District— T. S. McMullan, Hert- 
ford. 

Second District — A. J. Connor, Rich 



Square. 

Third District— Jonathan Hooks, 
Freniont. 

Fourth District— R. T. Gray, Ral- 
eigh. 

Fifth District— S. M. Gattis, Hills- 
boro. 

Sixth District— Walker Taylor, Wil- 
mington. 

Seventh District— T. B. Bailey, 
Mocksville. 

Eirhth District — J. L. Nelson, 
Lenoir. 

Ninth District— C. H. Mebane, New- 
ton. 

Tenth District — J. D. Murpby, Aslie- 
ville. 



DIRECTORS D. D. AND B. INSTITU- 
TION, RALEIGH. 

J. E. Pogue, (chrm.), Raleigh. 
Robt. L. Steele. Rockingham. 
M. J. Boling, Siler City. 
A. L. McNeil, Sanford. 
R. B. Boyd, Warrenton. 
J. T. Nichols. Windsor. 
J. T. Rowland, Raleigh. 
J. T. Finley, Wilkesboro. 
R. B. Hollman, Timberland. 
G. E. Lineberry, Raleigh. 
J. G. Boylin, Wadesboro. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES A. AND M. 
COLLEGE, RALEIGH. 

Everett Thomnson, Elizabeth City. 
R. H. Ricks, Rocky Mount. 
O. Max Gardner, Shelby. 

C. W. Gold, Raleigh. 

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

D. A. Tompkins. Charlotte. 
J. T. Ellington, Clayton. 
W. E. Daniel. Weldon. 
W. H. Ragan. High Point. 
W. B. Cooner, Wilmington. 
M. B. Stickley. Concord. 
T. T. Ballinsrer, Tryon. 

N. B. Broughton. Raleigh. 
O. L. Clark, Clarkton. 



DIRECTORS OF THE SCHOOL FOR 
THE D. AND D. AT MOR- 
GANTON. 

Dr. J. H. Mock. Thomasville. 
J. C .Sengle, Lenoir. 
A. C. Miller, Shelby. 
J. P. Jeter, Morganton. 
M. H. Holt, Oak Ridge. 
A. L. James, Laurinburg. 
W. R. Whitson. Asheville. 
J. L. Scott, Jr., Burlington. 



DIRECTORS ST*TE HOSPITAL, 
RALEIGH. 

S. ('<. Daniel, Littleton. 
J. D. Biggs. Williamston. 
Edward Smith, Godwin. 
S. O. Middleton, Hallsville. 
Dr. H. B. Marriott, Battleboro. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 



IX 



OFFICERS: 

B. S. JERMAN President. 

A. A. THOMPSON. .Vice-President. 

E. B. CROW Cashier. 

A. P. BAU31ANN Asst. Cashier. 

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



DIRECTORS: 

J. J. Thomas, James E. Shepherd, 

Alf. A. Thompson, Henry A. London, 
Carey J. Hunter, Ashley Home, 
B. F. Montague, D. Y. Cooper, 
H. TV. Jackson, Ashby L. Baker, 

Thos. H. Briggrs, B. S. Jerman, 
Joshua B. Hill. 



THE BEST E VIDEHCE OF 

GOOD 
SERVICE 

In a bank is steady 
and substantial 
growth. The his- 
tory of this bank 
proves conclusively 
that its sound finan- 
cial policies and 
courteous treatment 
of depositors have 
been appreciated. 

A business or per- 
sonal account with 
this institution will 
enable you to profit 
by every advantage 
within the scope of 
sound banking. 

Capital, $100,000.00 
Surplus, 130,000.00 
Resources, 1,125,000.00 




The COMMERCIAL 
NATIONAL BANK 

CORNER MARTIN AND WILMINGTON STREETS. 
SOLICITS THE ACCOUNTS OF BANKS, BANKERS. COTTON MILLS. 
CORPORATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



Robt. H. Stancill, Margarettsville. 

Jas. M. Parrott, Kinston. 

N. P. Yarborough, Louisburg. 

R. S. McColn, Henderson. 

Miss Mary Davis, Secretary to Board 
and Eexeeutlve Committee, and Steno- 
grapher. 

DIRECTORS STATE HOSPITAL. AT 

MOROANTON. 
J. P. Caldwell, Chairman, Charlotte. 
J. W. Noell, Lexington. 
J. I. Davis, Morganton. 
J. G. Hall, Lenior. 
James K. Norfleet, Winston-Salem. 
Charles H. Armfleld, Statesville. 
A. A. Shuford, Hickory. 
A. E. Tate, High Point. 
Jno. W. McMinn, Brevard. 



DIRECTORS STATE HOSPITAL. AT 
GOLDSBORO. 

J. P. Hoggard, Atkinson. 
J. A. Beaman, Clinton. 
Dr. E. G. Moore, Elm City. 
W. L. Hill, Warsaw. 

C. F. Herring, Goldsboro. 

W. E. Headeu, Morehead City. 

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



TRUSTEES A. & M. COLLEGE AT 
GRENSBORO 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, 
Magnolia. 

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

Fifth District — J. I. Foust, Greens- 
boro. 

Sixth District— E. M. Hughes, Fay- 
etteville. 

Seventh District-C. C. Crawford. 

Eighth District— S. Bryan, Salis- 
bury. 

Ninth District— J. O. Alexander, 
Charlotte. 

Tenth District— M. W. Bell, Murphy. 

At Larre — Chas. G. Rose. Fayette- 
ville: J. B. Minor, Greensboro: W. A. 
Enloe, Dillsboro; R. W. Morphis, 
Reidsville; M. C. S. Noble, Chapel 
Hill; G. T. Dunlan. Norwood. 

DIRECTORS SOLDIERS' HOME. 

A. B. Andrews. Chairman, Raleigh. 

J. S. Carr, Durham. 

J. A. Ramsey. Salisbury. 

A. B. Stronach. Raleigh. 

B. F. Dixon, Secretary, Raleigh. 

Executive Committee — A. B. Stron- 
ach, Chairman ; B. F. Dixon, Secre- 
tary ; J. S. Carr. 



STATE LIBRARY COMMISSION. 

Dr. Louis R. Wilson, Chairman, 
Chapel Hill. 

Mrs. Annie Smith Ross, Secretary, 
Charlotte. 

Dr. Chas. Lee Smith, Treasurer, 
Raleigh. 

Dr. J. Y. Joyner, State Superintend- 
ent of Public Instruction. 

Miles O. Sherrlll, State Librarian. 



BANK EXAMINERS. 

J. K. Doughton, Winston-Salem. 
W. L. Williams (Assistant), Fay- 
etteville. 

THE AUDUBON SOCIETY OF 
NORTH CAROLINA. 

President— R. H. Lewis, Raleigh. 

Vice-President— J. Y. Joyner, Ral- 
eigh. 

Secretary — T. Gilbert Pearson, 
Greensboro. 

Treasurer — E. W. Gudger, Greens- 
boro. 

Secretary Jr. Department — Mrs. W. 
C. A. Hammel, Greensboro. 

Executive Committee — P. D. Gold, 
Jr., Greensboro; F. A. Sondley, Ashe- 
ville; S. M. Beasley, Poplar Branch; 
J. I. Foust, Greensboro. 

BOARD OF VISITORS UNIVERSITY 
OF NORTH CAROLINA. 

R. T. Grav, Raleigh. 
J. O. Atkinson, Elon College. 
Henry A. Gilliam, Tarboro. 
Z. V. Walser, Lexington. 



STATE BOARD OF OSTEOPATHIC 
EXAMINERS. 

H. W. Glascock, President, Raleigh. 
R. M. Armstrong, Treasurer, Salis- 
bury. 
A. R. Tucker, Secretary. Durham. 
W r . B. Meacham, Asheville. 
Elizabeth H. Tucker, Greensboro. 

STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN 
OPTOMETRY. 

Fred N. Day, President, Winston- 
Salem. 

Frank M. Jolly, Raleigh. 

J. D. Hathaway, Elizabeth City. 

J. W. Taylor, Secretary-Treasurer, 
Greensboro. 

Sam H. Eaton, New Bern. 

STATE PHARMACEUTICAL BOARD. 

E. B. Zoeller, President, Tarboro. 
I. W. Rose, Rocky Mount. 

W. A. Home, Fayetteville. 

F. W. Hancock, Secretary, New 
Bern. 



MEMBERS OF HISTORICAL COM- 
MISSION. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Grimesland. 



8TATE GOVENMENT— EX KCUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



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THE NORFOLK NATIONAL BANK 

NORFOLK, VA. 

United States Depositary 

SEPTEMBER 1ST, 1909. 

LIABILITIES. 



RESOURCES. 

Loans and Discounts. . .$3,282,716.99 

U. S. Bonds $1,625,000.00 

Premiums U. S. Bonds.. 73,150.00 

Other Bonds 291,270.18 

Banking House 85,000.00 

Cash 529,030.55 

Due from Banks 766,565.95 



Capital $1,000,000.00 

Surplus and Profits 600,000.00 

Undivided Profits 121.8S1.43 

Circulation 9S0.100.00 

Deposits 4,050,752.25 



$6,652,733.67 $6,652,733.67 

CALDWELL HARDY, President. A. B. SCHWARZKOPF, Vice-Pres. 

E. T. LAMB, Vice-President. W. A. GODWIN, Cashier. 

DIRECTORS. 
C. W. GRANDY, of C. W. Grandy & Sons; WM. H. WHITE, President R. 
F. & P. R. R.; F. S. ROYSTER, Pres. F. 8. Royster Gnano Co.; R. P. 
WALLER; J. G. WOMBLE; C. BILLUPS, of C. Billups, 8on & Co.; 
CALDWELL HARDY, President; WM. M. WHALEY, Pres. Roanoke R. 
R & L. Co.; T. A. JONES, Savage, Son & Co.; HENRY KIRN; G. M. 
SERPELL .General Manager A. C. L. Railway; WILLIAM 8LOANE, of 
William Sloane & Co.; E. T. LAMB, Gen'l Mgr. N. & 8. Ry.; W. T. 
HAM, of W. T. Ham & Co.; JAMES M. BARR, Pres. Black Mountain 
Collieries 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, V-President; A. R. TURNBULL, Secretary 
and Treasurer Rowland Lumber Co.; W. C. COBB, Fertilizers. 



W. J. Peele, Raleigh. 
D. H. Hill. Raleigh. 
Thos. W. Blount. Roper. 
M. C. S. Noble, Chapel Hill. 



DIRECTOR AND STATE'S PROXY, 

WILKESBORO & JEFFERSON 
TURNPIKE COMPANY. 

Geo. L. Park, Jefferson. 



FISH COMMISIONER. 

Theo. S. Meekins, Manteo. 



BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF 

NAVIGATION AND PILOTAGE 

CAPE FEAR RIVER AND BAR. 

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



STATE HOSPITAL COMMISSION. 

Chas. A. Webb, Asheville. 

E. F. Avdlett, Elizabeth City. 

W. A. Erwin, Durham. 



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

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, UNIVER- 
SITY OF NORTH CAROLINA. 

Governor W. W. Kitchin, ex officio, 
Chairman. Raleigh. 

R. H. Battle, Secretary, Raleigh. 
A. B. Andrews, Raleigh. 
Thomas S. Kenan, Raleigh. 
Julian S. Carr, Durham. 
John W. Graham, Hillsboro. 
Richard H. Lewis, Raleigh. 
Josephus Daniels, Raleigh. 
Chas. B. Aycock, Raleigh. 
Claudius Dockery, Raleigh. 



STATE LABORATORY OF HYGIENE. 

C. A. Shore. M. D., Director. 
W. J. Kellogg, Assistant. 
Miss Daisy B. Allen, Assistant. 
C. P. Kirkpatrick, Assistant. 
Miss Ethel Waitt, Stenographer. 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— LB GISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 



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Commended by Business Men and School Boards. Money Refunded if not 

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A Booklet Containing 12 Specimen Lessons Sent Free If Applied For. 

Address GEORGE ALLEN, Raleigh, N. C. 
STATE GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 



SENATE. 

First District — (Camden, Chowan, 
Currituck, Gates, Hertford, Pasquo- 
tauk, Perquimans) : E. R. Johnson, 
(D.), Currituck; A. P. Godwin, (D.), 
Gatesville. 

Second — (Beaufort, Dare, Hyde, Mar- 
tin. Pamlico, Tyrrell, Washington) : 
V. B. Martin, (D.), Williamston ; F. P. 
Latham, (D.), Washington. 

Third— (Bertie, Northampton) : B. S. 
Gay, (P.), Jackson. 

Fourth— (Halifax) : E. L. Travis, 
(D.), Halifax. 

Fifth— (Edgecombe) : L. V. Bassett, 
(D.), Rocky Mount. 

Sixth— (Pitt) : A. L. Blow, (D.), 
Greenville. 

Seventh — (Franklin, Nash, Wilson) : 
Ben. T. Holden, (D.), Louisburg; J. D. 
Dawes, (D.), Elm City. 

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

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

Tenth — (Duplin, Pender) : Edmund 
A. Hawes, (D.), Atkinson. 

Eleventh — (Brunswick, New Han- 
over) : B. G. Empie, (D.), Wilmington. 

Twelfth— (Bladen, Columbus) : O. L. 
Clark, (D.), Clarkton. 

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

Fourteenth — (Cumberland) : Q. K. 
Nimocks, (D), Fayetteville. 

Fifteenth — (Harnett, Johnston, 
Sampson): J. O. Matthews, (R.), In- 
gold; Wm. G. Turner, (R.), Coats. 

Sixteenth— (Wake) ; W. B. Jones, 
(D.), Raleigh. 

Seventeenth — (Warrenton. Vance) : 
H. T. Powell, (D.), Henderson. 

Eighteenth — (Granville, Person): J. 



A. Long, (D.), Roxboro. 

Nineteenth — (Alamance, Caswell, 
Durham, Orange) : J. L. Scott, Jr., 
(D.), Graham; J. S. Manning, (D.), 
Durham. (Resigned. Appointed As- 
sociate Justice of the Supreme Court). 

Twentieth — (Rockingham) : W. B. 
Wrav, (R.), Reidsville. 

Twenty-First— (Guilford) : J. A. 
Barringer, (D.), Greensboro. 

Twenty-Second — (Chatham, Moore, 
Scotland, Richmond) : A. S. Dockery, 
(D.), Rockingham; Jonathan Peele, 
(D.), Laurinburg. 

Twenty-Third — (Montgomery, Ran- 
dolph) : J. A. Spence, (D.), Asheboro. 

Twenty-fourth — (Anson, Davidson, 
Stanly, Union): J. A. Lockhart, (D.), 
Wadesboro; G. F. Hankins (D.), Lex- 
ington. 

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

Twenty-Sixth — (Rowan) : White- 
head Kluttz, (D.), Salisbury. 

Twenty-Seventh — (Forsyth) : H. R. 
Starbuck, (R.), Winston-Salem. 

Twenty-Eir/hth — (Stokes, Surry) : 
John M. Reynolds, (R.), Madison, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Twentv-Ninth— (Davie, Wilkes, Yad- 
kin) : William M. Lee, (R.), Summit. 

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

Thirtv-First— (Catawba, Lincoln) : 
J. D. Elliott, (D.), Hickory. 

Thirty-Second — (Gaston) : W. T. 
Love, (D.), Gastonia. 

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

Thirty-Fourth — (Alexander. Burke, 
Caldwell, McDowell) : J. Caswell Sher- 
1 rill. (R.), Lenoir, R. F. D. ; Samuel 
A. McCall, (R.), Gibbs. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 



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Capital, $100,000.00. Surplus, $200,000.00. 

CALDWELL HARDY, President. W. W. VICAR, Cashier. 

C. W. G RANDY, Vice-President. 

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 
C. W. G RANDY 
R. P. WALLER 
GEORGE L. ARPS 
THOS. H. WILLCOX 
HENRY KIRN 
WM. H. WHITE 
CALDWELL HARDY 
W. W. VICAR 



C. BILLUPS 

WM. M. WHALEY 

G. M. SERPELL 

C. BROOKS JOHNSTON 

L. P. ROBERTS 

ROBERT TAIT 

DR. R. L. PAYNE 

E. T. LAMB 

HUGH C. DAVIS 



Thirty-Fifth — (Alleghany, Ashe, 
Watauga): R. L. Doughton, (D.), 
Laurel Springs. 

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

Thirtv-Seventh — (Buncombe) : J. J. 
Britt, (R.), Asheville. 

Thirty-Eighth — (Hay wood, Jackson, 
Transylvania, Swain): A. M. Fry, (D.), 
Brvson City. 

Thirty-Ninth — (Cherokee, Clay, Gra- 
ham, Macon) : W. J. West, (R.), West's 
Mill. 

Officers State Senate. 

President— W. C. Newland, Lenoir. 

President Pro Tempore — Whitehead 
Kluttz, Salisbury. 

Principal Clerk — A. J. Maxwell, 
Dover. 

Reading Clerk— Mark Squires, Le- 
noir. 

Engrossing Clerk— W. E. Hooks, 
Ayden. 

Sergeant-at-Arms— R. M. Staley, 
Wilkesboro. 

Assistant Door-Keeper — Nicholas 
Deboy, Raleigh. 

THE HOUSE. 

Alamance— Dr. J. A. Pickett, (R.), 
Burlington. 

Alexander— Will Linney, (R.), Tay- 
lorsville. 

Alleghany — R. A. Doughton, (D.), 



Sparta. 

Anson— T. C. Coxe, (D.), Wades- 
boro. 

Ashe— T. C. Bowie, (D.), Jefferson. 

Beaufort— Frank B. Hooker, (D.), 
Idalia; John F. Latham, (D.), Wash- 
ington. 

Bertie — A. S. Rascoe, (D.), Windsor. 

Bladen— G. D. Perry, (D.), Eliza- 
bethtown. 

Brunswick— C. Ed. Taylor, (R.), 
Southport. 

Buncombe — Zeb. Weaver, (D ), 
Weaverville; R. J. Gaston, (D.), 
Hominy. 

Burke— T. L. Sigmou, (D.), Morgan- 
ton. 

Cabarrus— H. S. Williams, (R.), 
Concord. 

Caldwell— M. N. Harshaw, (R.), 
Lenoir. 

Camden— .T. C. Cook, (D.), Indian- 
town. 

Carteret— C. S. Wallace, (D.), More- 
head City. 

Caswell— A. E. Henderson, (D.), Mil 
ton. 

Catawba— J. Yates Killian, (It.). 
Newton. 

Chatham— R. H. Hayes, (D.), Pltts- 
boro. 

Cherokee— T. C. McDonald, >K.i. 
Murphy. _ _ , 

Chowan— W. S. Prlvott, (D.), Eden- 
ton, 

Clay— E. Crawford, (D.I. Bayesville. 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 



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

Columbus— J. G. Butler, (D.), Pire- 
way. 

Craven— E. M. Green, (D.), New 
Bern. 

Cumberland— J. H. Currie. (D.), 
Fayetteville; John Underwood, (D.), 
Fayettevllle. 

Currituck — Pierce Hampton, (D.), 
Water Lily. 

Dare— Charles T. Williams, (D.), 
Avon. 

Davidson— T. Earle McCrary, (R.), 
Lexington. 

Davie— A. T. Grant, Jr., (R.), 
Mocksville. 

Duplin— J. A. Gavin, Jr., (D.), Ken- 
ansville. 

Durham— Y. E. Smith, (D.), Dur- 
ham. 

Edceeombe — Hugh B. Bryant, (D.), 
Battleboro; Dr. M. B. Pitt, (D.), Tar- 
boro. 

Forsyth— S. E. Hall, (R.), Winston- 
Salem; P. H. Stimpson, (R.), Winston- 
Salem. 

Franklin— Dr. R. P. Floyd, (D.), 
Louisburg. 

Gaston— R. K. Davenport, (D.), Mt. 
Holly; N. B. Kendrick, (D.), Cherry- 
ville. 

rates — Lycurgus Hofler, (D.), Gates- 
ville. 

Graham— W. P. Rose, (R.), South- 
worth. 

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

Greene — J. A. Albritton, (D.), Snow 
Hill. 

Guilford— Thomas J. Murphy, (D.), 
Greensboro; Dr. J. R. Gordon, (D.), 
.Inmestown. , 

Halifax— A. P. Kitchin, (D.), Seot- 
linrl Neck; H. S. Harrison, (D.), En- 
field. 

Harnett— N. A. Smith, (D.), Kiplins:. 

Haywood— W. T. Lee (D.), Waynes- 
ville. 

Henderson — J. S. Rhodes, (R.). 
Fletchers. 

Hertford— David C. Barnes, (D.), 
Mnrfreesboro. 

Hvde— J. W. Mc Williams, (D.), 
Ocracoke. 

Iredell— 7,. V. Turlinarton, (D.), 
Afooresviile; M. D. Tomlin, (D.), 
Stnte^ville. 

Tnfkson — R. Frank Jarrett. (R.), 
Diilsboro. 

Johnston— T. Walter Mvntt. (D.I, 
rinvton. R. F. D. No. 1; J. W. Barnes, 
(D.I. Clayton. 

•Tones — John C. Parker, (D.), Tren- 
ton. 

Lenoir — E. R. Wooten, (D.), Kin- 
st^n. 

T,)nr>oln— H. D. Warlick. (D.). Lin- 
colnton. 

Macon— T. B. Higdon, (R.), Frank- 
lin. 



Madison— A. J. McDevitt, (R.), Wal- 
nut. 

Martin— Harry W. Stubbs, (D.), 
Williams ton. 

McDowell— B. B. Price, (D.), Ma- 
rion. 

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, (It.), Valle 
Crucis. 

Montgomery — Robert T. Poole, (D.), 
Troy. 

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

Nash— J. C. Braswell, (D.), Whit- 
akers. 

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

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

Onslow — E. M. Koonce, (D.), Jack- 
sonville. 

Orange— T. E. Sparrow, (R.), Hills- 
boro. 

Pamlico — J. B, Martin, (D.), Arapa- 
hoe. 

Pasquotank — S. N. Morgan, (D.), 
Elizabeth City. 

Pender — Joseph T. Foy, (D.), Bur- 
gaw. 

Perquimans— Ernest L. Reed, (D.), 
Hertford. 

Person — F. O. Carver, (R.), Rox- 
boro. 

Pitt— R. R. Cotton, (D.), 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. Rom 
Smith, (D.), Liberty. 

Richmond — M. C. Freeman, (D.) ; 
Hamlet. 

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

Rockingham— G. T. Davis. (D.), 
Reidsville, R. F. D. ; W. I. Witty, 
(D.), Summerfleld, R. F. D. 

Rowan— John M. Julian, (D.), Salis- 
bury: J. W. Carlton, (D.), Salisbury. 

Rutherford— L. C. Dailey, (D.), El- 
lenboro. 

Sampson — James T. Kennedy, (R.), 
Moltonville; B. H. Crumpler, (R.), 
Clinton. 

Scotland— T. C. Everett, (D.), 
I.aurinburg. 

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

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

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

Swain— G. TJ. Gibbs, (R.), Whittier. 

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

Tyrrell— Mary Majette, (D.), Co- 
lumbia. 

Union — R. W. Lemmond, (D.), Mon- 



STATE GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 



XV 



The National Bank of 

Commerce of Norfolk 

NORFOLK, VA. 



Capital, $1,000,000.00. 



SurpliiN and Profits, $600,000.00. 



Depositary of the United States, the United States Court 
and of the City of Norfolk. 

TOTAL RESOURCES OVER $7,500,000.00. 

Offers to a discriminating public, a thoroughly organized business in every 
department and the experience gained in a successful busi- 
ness life of over forty years. 

DEPARTMENTS : 

COMMERCIAL, SAVINGS, DOMESTIC and FOREIGN EXCHANGE, DO- 
MESTIC and FOREIGN for COLLECTIONS, BANKS AND BANKERS. 

OFFICERS : 

NATHANIEL BEAMAN, President. HUGH M. KERR, Cashier. 

TAZEWELL TAYLOR, V.-President. M. C. FEREBEE, Asst. Cashier. 

Under the Supervision of the Treasury- 
Department of the United States. 



roe; Ney McNeely, (D.), Monroe. 

Vance— B. H. Perry, (D.), Hender- 
son. 

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

Warren— T. O. Redwell, (D.), War- 
renton. 

Washington— C. W. Snell, (R.), Mac- 
key's Ferry. 

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

Wayne— J. E. Kelly, (D.), Mt. 
Olive: J. M .Mitchell. (D.), Goldsboro. 

Wilkes— A. Caudill, (R.), Hayes. 
(One vacancy). 

Wilson— George W. Connor, (D.), 
Wilson. 

Yadkin— F. W. Hanes, (R.), Yad- 
kinville. 

Yancey— D. M. Buck, (D.), Bald 
Mountain. 

Officers House Representatives. 

Speaker — A. W. Graham, Oxford. 

Principal Clerk— T. G. Cobb, Mor- 
gan ton. 

Reading Clerk— R. M. Phillips, San- 
fcrd. 

Engrossing Clerk— M. D. Kinsland, 
Wavnesville. 

Serseant-at-Arms— G. L. Kilpatrick. 



L. 



Kinston. 

Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms — D. 
James, Scotland Neck. 

Enrolling Clerk— E. B. Norvell, Mur- 
phy. 



North Carolina Fairs. 

Alamance County, Burlington — Mc- 
Bryd Holt, Secretary. 

Cumberland County, Fayetteville — J. 
B. Tilliughast, Secretary. 

Greensboro Fair, Greensboro — Gar- 
land Daniel, Secretary. 

Haywood County, Waynesville — J. E. 
Carraway, Secretary. 

Mecklenburg County, Charlotte — C. 
M. Creswell, Secretary. 

Piedmont Fair, Winston-Salem — G. 
E. Webb, Secretary. 

State Fair, Raleigh— Joseph E. 
Pogue, Secretary. 

Yadkin Valley Fair, Salisbury— Wm. 
James, Secretary. 

North Wilkesboro, North Wllkos- 
boro — IT. H. Horton, Secretary. 



XVI 



STATE GOVERNMENT — .1 IPICI AL DEPARTMENT. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 



THE StTKKME COURT OF NORTH 
CAROLINA. 

Walter Clark, of Wuke, Chief Jus- 
tice. 

Piatt D. Walker, of Mecklenburg, 
Associate Justice. 

James S. Manning, of Durham, As- 
sociate Justice. 

William A. Hoke, of Lincoln, Asso- 
ciate Justice. 

George H. Brown, Jr., of Beaufort, 
Associate Justice. 

Thomas S. Kenan, of Raleigh, Clerk. 

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

Robert H. Bradley, of Raleigh, 
Marshal and Librarian. 

Robert C. Strong, of Raleigh, Re- 
porter. 

The Supreme Court meets on the 
first Monday in February and the 
fourth Monday in August of each year. 
The call of appeals from the judicial 
districts begins on Tuesday 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 : 

Ewell's Essentials, 3 volumes ; 

Clark on Corporations; 

Schouler on Executors ; 

Bispham's Equity; 

Clark's Code of Civil Procedure. 

Volume 1 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 Mondy in 
August of each year. The examina- 
tions are in writing. 

Conditions Precedent to Examina- 
tion. — Before being allowed to stand 
an examination each applicant must 
comply with the following conditions: 

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

2. He must file with the Clerk of 
the Court a certificate of good moral 
character, signed by two attorneys 
who practice in that Court. An ap- 
plicant from another State may have 



such certificate signed by any State 
oiiicer of the State from which he 
comes. 

3. 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 
applicant obtains license the remain- 
ing twenty dollars shall be paid by 
the Clerk to the librarian for use of 
the Supreme Court library. If the 
applicant fails on examination the 
twenty dollars shall be repaid him. 



FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

George W. Ward, Resident Judge, 
Elizabeth City. 

Hallett S. Ward, Solicitor, Washing- 
ton. 

Spring Term — Garland S. Ferguson, 
Waynesville. Presiding Judge. 

Fall Term — J. A. Adams, Asheville, 
Presiding Judge. 

Pasquotank — January 17 (2 weeks), 
civil cases only; March 14; September 
19th. 

Beaufort — February 14 (2 weeks) ; 
M:iy 2-', (3 weeks), 1st and 2nd weeks, 
civil cases only ; last week, criminal 
cases only; October 24; December 5 
(3 weeks), 1st and 2nd weeks, civil 
cases only ; last week criminal cases 
only. 

Currituck — February 2S; Septem- 
ber 5th. 

Camden — March 7 : September 12. 

Perquimans — March 28, September 
26. 

Chowan — April 4; October 3. 

Gates— April 11; October 10. 

Washington — April IS ; October 17. 

Tyrrell — -April 25 ; November 7. 

Dare— Mav 2: October 31. 

Hyde — May 16; November 28. 



SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Robert B. Peebles, Resident Judge, 
Jackson. 

John H. Kerr, Solicitor. Warrenton. 

Spring Term — Geo. W. Ward, Eliza- 
beth City. Presiding Judge. 

Fall Term — Garland S. Ferguson, 
Presiding Judge. 

Halifax, January 31 (2 weeks), jail 
and civil cases; March 21 (2 weeks); 
August 22, (2 weeks) ; November 28. 
(2 weeks), second week for criminal 
cases only. 

Warren — February 14: June 20 (2 
weeks) ; September 19 (2 weeks). 

Bertie — February 21; May 2 (2 
weeks) ; Sentember 12; November 14. 

Hertford— February 2S; April 25; 
October 17. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 



First National Bank, 0F ™ WD < 

Capital and Earned Surplus . . $1,900,000.00 

Deposits 6,500,000.00 

Total Resources 9,500,000.00 

JNO. B. PURCELL, President. JXO. M. MILLER, JR.,V.-Pres. & Cash. 

CHAS. R. BURNETT, Asst. Cashier. W. P. SHELTON, Asst. Cashier. 
J. C. JOPLIN, Asst. Cashier. ALEX. P. RYLAND, Asst. Cashier. 

CONFIDENTLY SEEKS AND INVITES NEW ACCOUNTS. 



Northampton — April 4, (2 weeks) ; 
August 1, jail and civil cases ; October 
31. 



THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

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

Chas. L. Abernethy, Solicitor, Beau- 
fort. 

Spring Term — R. B. Peebles, Jack- 
son, Presiding Judge. 

Fall Term— (ieo. W. Ward, Elizabeth 
City, Presiding Judge. 

Pitt — January 17, criminal cases 
only; January 24, civil cases only; 
March 21, civil cases only ; April 25, 
criminal cases only ; May 2, civil cases 
only ; May 23, civil cases only ; August 
22. criminal cases only ; August 21), 
civil cases only ; September 19, civil 
cases only; November 7, criminal cases 
only ; November 14, civil cases only ; 
December 12, civil cases only. 

Craven — February 7, criminal cases 
only ; February 14, civil cases only ; 
April 11, civil cases only ; May 9, civil 
cases only; June 13, criminal cases 
only; October 3, criminal cases only; 
October 10, civil cases only ; November 
21, civil cases only. 

Greene- February 28 (2 weeks) ; 
March 30, civil cases only ; September 
5; December 5. 

Carteret — March 14; June 20; Octo- 
ber 17. 

Jones — April 4 ; October 31. 

Pamlico— April 18; October 24. 



FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Chas. M. Cooke, Resident Judge, 
Louisburg. 

Chas. C. Daniels, Solicitor, Wilson. 

Spring Term — O. H. GuioD, New 
Bern. Presiding Judge. 

Fall Term — R. B. Peebles, Jackson, 
Presiding Judge. 

Franklin — January 24 (2 weeks) ; 
April 18, (2 weeks) ; August 22, crimi- 
nal cases only; October 17 (2 weeks), 
civil cases only. 

Wilson — February 7; February 14. 



civil cases only ; May 16 ; September 5 ; 
November 14, civil cases only; Decem- 
ber 19, criminal cases only. 

Vance — February 21 (2 weeks) ; May 
23 (2 weeks) ; October 3 (2 weeks). 

Edgecombe — March 7; April 4, civil 
cases only; June 6 (2 weeks) ; Septem- 
ber 12; October 31 (2 weeks), civil 
cases only. 

Nash — March 14, civil cases only ; 
March 28, civil cases only; May 2, 
criminal cases only ; May 9, civil cases 
only; August 29, criminal cases only; 
November 28, criminal cases ouly ; De- 
cember 5, civil cases only. 

Martin — March 21; June 20; Septem- 
ber 29 (2 weeks) ; December 12. 



FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 



Oliver H. 
Kinston. 

Rudolph Duffy, 

Lake. 

Spring Term — C. M. 

burg. Presiding Judge 

Fall Term— O. H. Guion 
Presiding Judge. 

Lenoir — January 10, criminal 
only; March 14 (2 weeks), civil 
only; May 23, criminal cases 
August 22, criminal cases 
November 7 (2 weeks), civil 
only; December 12, criminal 
only. 

Pender — January 17, March 2S ; 
tember 12 (2 weeks). 

New Hanover — January 
weeks); April 4; April 11 (2 
civil cases only; May 30 (2 
only; July S< (2 
26; October :: (2 
only; December 



Allen, Resident Judge, 
Solicitor, Catherine 
Cooke, Louis- 
New Bern, 

cases 
cases 
only; 
only; 
cases 
cases 

Sep- 

24 (2 
weeks), 
w eeks), 
weeks i ; 

weeks i. 
5; civil 



civil cases 
September 
civil cases 
cases only. 

Sampson — February 7 (2 weeks); 
May 2; May 9 (2 weeks), civil cases 
only; June 27, civil cases only; July 
11; August 8 (2 weeks), civil cases 
i. nlv; October 24 (2 weeks). 

Duplin — February 21 (2 weeks) ; July 
!. criminal cases only: August l".i (2 
week), civil cases only; November 21 



STATE GOVERNMENT— JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 



(2 weeks). 

On-iow — March 7 ; April 25, civil 
cases only; July IS, civil cases only; 
October 17. 



SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Wm. R. Allen, Resident Judge, 
Goldsboro. 

Ariuistead Jones, Solicitor, Raleigh. 

Spring Term — O. H. Allen, Kinston, 
Presiding Judge. 

Fall Term — Cbas. M. Cooke, Louis- 
burg, Presiding Judge. 

Wake — January 10 (2 weeks) ; Feb- 
ruary 21 (2 weeks), civil cases only; 
March 2S (2 weeks) ; April 25 (3 
week), civil cases only; March 2S (2 
weeks) ; April 25 (3 weeks), civil cases 
only; July 11 (2 weeks); September 
26 (2 weeks) ; October 24 (3 weeks). 
civil cases only. 

Wayne— January 24 (2 weeks) ; April 
11 (2 weeks) ; May 16, civil cases only ; 
August 22 (2 weeks) ; October 10 (2 
weeks), civil cases only; November 28 
(2 weeks). 

Harnett — February 7 (2 weeks) ; 
May 23; September 5; November 14 (2 
wppks ^ 

Johnston — March 7 (weeks) ; Sep- 
tember 12 (2 weeks) ; December 12 (2 
week). 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

C. C. Lyon, Resident Judge, White- 
ville. 

N. A. Sinclair, Solicitor, Fayetteville. 

Spring: Term — W. R. Allen, Golds- 
boro, Presiding Judge. 

Fall Term — O. H. Allen, Kinston, 
Presiding Judge. 

Cumberland — January 17, criminal 
cases only ; February 21, civil cases 
only ; March 28, jail and civil cases 
only; May 2 (2 weeks), civil cases 
only ; May 30, criminal cases only ; 
August 29, criminal cases only; Octo- 
ber 24 (2 weeks), civil cases only; 
November 21, criminal cases only. 

Bladen— January 24, civil cases only; 
March 14, criminal cases only; August 
1, civil cases only ; October 17, crimi- 
nal cases only. 

Robeson— February 7 (2 weeks), 
criminal cases only; April 4 (2 weeks), 
civil cases only ; May 23, civil cases 
only; June 20, civil cases only; July 
4 (2 weeks), criminal cases only; Sep- 
tember 12, criminal cases only; Octo- 
ber 3 (2 weeks), civil cases only: 
November 7 (2 weeks'), criminal cases 
only. December 5 (2 weeks), civil. 

Columbus— February 2S (2 weeks) ; 
April 18 (2 weeks) ; July 18 (2 weeks), 
civil cases only; September 5; Novem- 
ber 2S. 

Brunswick — March 21; August 8, 
civil cases only ; September 26. 



EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

W. J. Adams, Resident Judge, Car- 
thage. 

L. D. Robinson, Solicitor, Wades- 
boro. 

Spring- Term — C. C. Lyon, White- 
ville. Presiding Judge. 

Fall Term— W. R. Allen, Goldsboro, 
Presiding Judge. 

Richmond — January 10, criminal 
cases only ; April 11, civil cases only ; 
May 30; September 5, criminal cases 
only ; September 26, civil cases only ; 
December 5. 

Anson — January 17, criminal cases 
only; March 7, civil cases only; April 
18; April 25, civil cases only; June 13, 
civil cases only ; September 12, crimi- 
nal cases only; October 3 (2 weeks), 
civil cases only. 

Moore — January 24, civil cases only ; 
February 14, criminal cases only ; May 
23, civil cases only ; August 15, crimi- 
nal cases only ; September 19, civil 
cases only ; December 12. 

Union — January 31, criminal cases 
only; February 21 (2 weeks), civil 
cases only ; March 21, criminal cases 
only ; Aufust 1, criminal cases only ; 
August 22 (2 weeks), civil cases only; 
October 31 (2 weeks). 

Chatham — February 7; May 9; Au- 
gust 8 ; November 14. 

Scotland — March 14, civil cases only ; 
May 2, criminal cases only; June 6; 
October 24; November 28. 

Lee — April 4 ; July 18 (2 weeks) ; 
November 21. 



NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

J. Crawford Biggs, Resident Judge, 
Durham. 

S. M. Gattis, Solicitor, Hillsboro. 

Spring Term — W. J. Adams, Car- 
thage, Presiding Judge. 

Fall Term — C. C. Lyon, Whiteville, 
Presiding Judge. 

Guilford — January 3, civil cases 
only ; January 17, civil cases only ; 
lebruary 14 (2 weeks), civil cases 
only ; February 28, criminal cases 
only, April 4, criminal cases only; 
April IS (2 weeks), civil cases only; 
June 6 (2 weeks), civil cases only; 
June 20, criminal cases only; April 15 
(2 weeks), civil cases only; September 
19, criminal cases only ; October 24 (2 
week), civil cases only; December 12, 
criminal cases only. 

Durham — January 10, criminal cases 
only: January 24 (2 weeks), civil cases 
only; March 21 (2 w r eeks), civil cases 
only: May 16, criminal cases only; 
August 29, criminal cases only; Octo- 
ber 3 (2 weeks), civil cases only; De- 
cember 5. criminal cases only. 

Granville— February 7; May 2 (2 
weeks) ; August 1 ; November 21 (2 
weeks). 

Alamance — March 7; May 30, civil 



STATE GOVERNMENT— JUDICIAL. DEPARTMENT. 



RALEIGH SAVINGS BANK 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

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

Deposits, over $700,000.00. Capital and Surplus, $75,000.00. 

FOUK PER CENT PAID ON DEPOSITS. Write for further information. 



cases only; September 5, criminal 
cases only ; September 12, civil cases 
only ; November 7, criminal cases only. 

Orange — March 14; May 23, civil 
cases only ; October 17. 

Person— April 11; August 8; No- 
vember 14. 

TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Benjamin F. Long, Resident Judge, 
Statesville. 

Wm. C. Hammer, Solicitor, Asheboro. 

Spring Term — J. Crawford Biggs, 
Durham, Presiding Judge. 

Fall Term — W. J. Adams, Carthage. 

Stanly— Jan 17, criminal cases only ; 
March 14 civil cases only ; July 11, 
criminal cases only ; September 12, 
civil cases only. 

Montgomery — January 24; criminal 
cases only ; April IS, civil cases only ; 
i July 4, criminal cases only; Septem- 
i ber 18 (2 weeks), civil cases only. 

Iredell— January 31 (2 weeks) ; May 
1 23 (2 weeks) ; August 1 (2 weeks) ; 
October 31 (2 weeks). 

Rowan — February 14 (2 weeks) ; May 
9 (2 weeks) ; August 29 (2 weeks ; 
November 21 (2 weeks). 

Davidson— February 2S (2 weeks) ; 
April 25, civil cases only ; August 15 
(2 weeks) ; November 14, jail and civil 
cases only. 

Randolph— March 21 (2 weeks) ; July 
18 (2 weeks); December 5 (2 weeks). 

Davie — April 4 (2 weeks) ; October 
3' (2 weeks). 

Yadkin — May 2; October 17 (2 
weeks). 



ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Erastus B. Jones, Resident Judge, 
Winston -Salem. 

S. P. Graves, Solicitor, Mt. Airy. 

Spring Term — B. F. Long, Stales- 
ville. Presiding Judge. 

Fall Term — J. Crawford Biggs, Dur- 
ham. 

Forsyth — January 31, criminal cases 
only; February 14 (2 weeks) civil 
cases only; March 14 (2 weeks), civil 



cases only ; May 23, criminal cases 
only; May 30 civil cases only; July 25, 
criminal cases only ;September 12 (2 
weeks), civil cases only; October 10, 
criminal cases only ; December 5 (2 
weeks), civil cases only. 

Surry — February* 7; April 25 (2 
weeks) ; August 29 (2 weeks), civil 
cases only; November 21 (2 weeks). 

Rockingham — February 28 (2 
weeks) ; June 13 (2 weeks), civil cases 
(inly; August 1, criminal coses only; 
November 7 (2 week). 

Alleghany — March 28; August 22. 

Ashe— April 4 (2 weeks) ;July 11 (2 
weeks) ; October 24 (2 weeks). 

Caswell — April 18; October 17. 

Stokes — May 9, criminal cases only ; 
May 16, civil cases only ; September 
26, criminal cases only ; October 3, 
civil cases only. 

TWELFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

James L. Webb, Resident Judge, 
Shelby. 

Heriot Clarkson, Solicitor, Charlotte. 

Spring Term — Erastus B. Jones, 
Winston-Salem, Judge Presiding. 

Fall Term — B. F. Long, Statesville, 
Judge Presiding. 

Mecklenburg — January 17 (2 weeks), 
civil cases only ; February 14 (2 
weeks), criminal cases only; March 14 
(2 weeks), civil cases only; April 2.>; 
criminal cases only; May 2, civil cases 
only; June 6, criminal cases only; 
•Tune 13, civil cases only; July 18 (2 
weeks), civil cases only; August 15 (2 
weeks), criminal cases only; Septem- 
ber 26, criminal cases only; October 
3 (3 weeks) civil cases only; November 
28, civil cases only ; December 5, crimi- 
nal cases only. 

Cabarrus — January 31 (2 weeks) ; 
Mav 9 (2 weeks); August 29; October 
24 "(2 weeks). 

Gaston— February 28 (2 weeks); 
May 23 (2 weeks): September VJ: (2 
weeks) : November 21. 

Cleveland— March 28 (2 weeks); Au- 
gust 1 (2 weeks; November 7 (2 
weeks). 



STATE GOVERNMENT— JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 



Lincoln -April 11; September 5; De- 
cember 12. 



THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL DIS- 
TRICT. 

W. B. Council, Resident Judge, 
Hickory, 

Frank A. Linney, Solicitor, Boone. 

Spring Term — .J Mines L. Webb, Shel- 
by, Presiding Judge. 

i'all Term — Erastus B. Jones, Win- 
stou-Salein, Presiding Judge. 

Wilkes— January 24 (2 weeks), civil 
cases only ; March 14 (2 weeks) ; Au- 
gust 8 (2 weeks) ; October 10 (2 
weeks), civil cases only. 

Catawba — February 7 (2 weeks) ; 
Mav 9 C~ weeks), civil cases only; 
July 11 (2 weeks); October 31 (2 
weeks). 

Alexander — February 21 ; September 
20 (2 weeks). 

Caldwell — February 28 (2 weeks) ; 
May 23 (2 weeks), civil cases only: 
August 29 (2 weeks) ; November 28 (2 
vceks), civil cases only. 

Watauga — March 28 (2 weeks; Sep- 
tember 12 (2 weeks). 

Mitchell— April 11 (2 weeks) : July 
25 (2 weeks), civil cases only; Novem- 
ber 14 (2 weeks). 



FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL DIS- 
TRICT. 

31. H. Justice, Resident Judge, Ruth- 
erfordton. 

J. F. Spainhour, Solicitor, Morgan- 
ton. 

Spring Term— W. R. Council. Hick- 
ory, Presiding Judge. 

Fall Term— James L. Webb. Shelby, 
Presiding Judge. 

.McDowell — January 24 (2 weeks), 
civil cases only ; February 21 (2 
weeks) ; July 25 (2 weeks) ; September 
19 <2 weeks). 

Rutherfordton — February 7 (2 
weeks), civil cases only; Anril 11 (2 
weeks i : August 22 (2 weeks), civil 
cases only: October 31 (2 weeks). 

Henderson — March 7. criminal cases 
only; May 16 (2 weeks). Jail and civil 
cases only; October 3 C2weeks). crimi- 
nal cases only: November 14 (2 
weeks, jail and civil cases only. 

Burke — March 14 (2 weeks) : June 
(2 weeks), civil cases only: August 8 
(2 weeks): December 5 (2 weeks), 
j civil cases only. 

YoiiTx-ey — March 28 (2 weeks) ; Jun» 
20. civil cases only: September 5 (2 
weeks). 

Polk — Anril 25 (2 weeks): October 
17 1 2 weeks). 



Spring Term — M. H. Justice, Rutu- 
erfordton, Presiding Judge. 

Fall Term — W. B. Council, Hickory, 
Presiding Judge. 

Madison — January 24 (2 weeks), civil 
cases only) ; February 28 (2 weeks) ; 
May 9 (2 weeks), civil cases only; 
August 15 (2 weeks) ; October 31 (2 
weeks), civil cases only. 

Bnncombe — February 7 (3 weeks) ; 
March 14 (4 weeks), civil cases only; 
April 25 (2 weeks) ; May 30 (4 weeks), 
civil cases only ; August 1 (2 weeks) ; 
September 12 (3 weeks), civil cases 
only; October 3 (3 weeks) civil cases 
only; November 14 (2 weeks); Decem- 
ber 5 (2 weeks), civil cases only. 

Transylvania — April 11 (2 weeks) ; 
August 29 (2 weeks) ; November 28. 

SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Garland S. Ferguson, Resident 
Judge, Waynesville. 

Thad D. Bryson, Solicitor, Bryson 
City. 

Spring Term — J. S. Adams, Ashe- I 
ville, Presiding Judge. 

Fall Term — M. H. Justice, Ruther- 
fordton, Presiding Judge. 

Haywood — January 31 (3 weeks) ; 
July 11 (2 weeks) ; September 26 (2 
week). 

Jackson — February 21 (2 weeks ; May 
i 23 (2 weeks) .civil cases only; October I 
10 (2 weeks). 

Swain — March 7 (2 weeks) ; July 25 
(2 weeks) ; October 24 (2 weeks). 

Graham — March 21 (2 weeks) ; Sep- 
tember 5 (2 weeks). 

Cherokee — Anril 4 (2 weeks) ; August 
' S (2 weeks) ; November 7 (2 weeks). 

Clay— April 18; September 19. 

3Iaeon — April 25 (2 weeks) ; Novem- 
ber 21 (2 weeks). 



FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

.Joseph S. Adams, Resident Judge. 
Asheville. 

Mark VV. Brown, Solicitor. Ashe- 
ville. 



United States Courts. 

The United States Circuit and Dis- 
i trict courts are held at the same times 
' and places, with the same Judges and 
officers. 

Eastern District. 
Henry B. Connor. Judge, Wilson. 
J Harry Skinner, District Attorney, 
Greenville. 

J. A. Giles, Assistant District At- 
. torney, Durham. 

j Claudius Dockery, Marshal, Raleigh. 

Raleigh Circuit and District — H. L. 

Grant, Clerk; George L. Tonnoffski. 

Deputy Clerk — 4th Mondoy after 4th 

. Monday in April and October. 

Wilmington Circuit and District — S. 
P. Collier, Clerk— 2nd Monday after ■ 
; 4th Monday in April and October. 

New Bern Circuit and District — Geo. | 
• Green, Clerk— 4th Monday in April and j 
■ October. 

Elizabeth City Circuit and District — 



N. C. CLIMATE— BUILDING A ND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 5 

Mechanics Savings^Bank 

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

C. B. EDWARDS, Vice-President. 



SAVE PART OF YOUR EARNINGS. FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST 

PAID ON DEPOSIT8. 

Capital Stock, $15,000.00, Undivided Profits, $20,000.00. 
Deposits, $300,000.00. 



T. J. Markhani, Clerk, Elizabeth City 
—2nd Monday in April and October. 

Washington Circuit and District — 
Arthur Mayo, Clerk — 3rd Monday in 
April and October. 

Western District. 

James E. Boyd, Judge, Greensboro. 
A. E. Holton, District Attorney, 
Winston. 

A. L. Coble, Assistant District At- 
torney, Statesville. 

Jas. M. Bailey, Marshal, Greensboro. 

Greensboro Circuit and District 
Court— Jas. M. Millikan, Clerk, 
Greensboro — April 5th, (2) ; October 
4th, (2). 

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

Wilkesboro Circuit and District — 
Milton McNeill. Wilkesboro, Clerk- 
May 24th ; November 22nd. 



The mean teperature for the State 
during the past thirty-two years 
varied from 57 degrees in 1872 to 61 
degrees in 1890, the warmest year on 
record. The highest temperature on 
record is 107 degrees, which occurred 
at Kitty Hawk, Weldon and Chapel 
Hill ; the lowest was 19 degrees below 
gero at Highlands. 

The precipitation is very evenly dis- 
tributed, but is somewhat heavier in 
the Western and Eastern districts than 
in the Central district. In the West- 
ern district there is an area on the 
south and southeastern slope of the 
| Blue Ridge Mountains where the rain- 
fall averages between 70 and 80 inches 
a year; and in individual years, the 
rainfall measured as high as 100 
inches. Snowfall is not very impor- 
tant even in the mountain districts, 
the average for the State being about 
8 inches. 



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 
precitpitation data are best exhibited 
for the different natural divisions of 
the State: the Eastern Division or the 
coastal plain, the Central or the Pied- 
mont plateau, and the Western or the 
mountain districts. 

The following table shows the mean 
temperatures for the months, seasons, 
and year, for the different districts 
and for the State: 



Building & Loan Associations 

Statistics report for 1909, not pre- 
pared until reports are filed In Feb- 
ruary, 1910. 

No. of shares in force at be- 
ginning of year 1908 150,050 

No. of shares subscribed 

during year 41,868 

No. of shares cancelled and 

withdrawn 33,201 

No. of shares in force end 

of year 151.521 

No. shareholders — white.... 22.373 

No. shareholders — colored.. 3,903 

Total receipts during the 

year $3,777,051.65 

Total disbursements during 

the vear 3.700.105.01 

Total assets 0.021 .421 .41 

Total amount loaned out.. 5,877.919.96 

The above are the figures as report- 
ed by 88 associations. 

Organized and licensed 7 

Discontinued 6 



THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. 



THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

Receipts in 1909 $663,217,677.00 

Divided as follows: From Customs 300,977,43S.00 

From Internal Revenue 246,109,554.00 

Miscellaneous receipts 56,130,685.00 

Total receipts S663.217.677.00 

Expenditures, 1909 $693,443,325.00 

Divided as follows: For pensions $161,813,068.00 

Interest on debt 21,804,813.00 

War Department 133,978,929.00 

Navy Departmennt 116,031,417.00 

Indians 15,724,162.00 

Other items 158,416,447.00 

Total ordinary expenditures $693,443,325.00 

663,217,677.00 

Expenditures in excess of receipts $ 30,225,648.00 



Total Receipts of United States from 1789 to 1909. 

Total receipts of the United States from the beginning of the government. 
1789, to 1909, have aggregated as follows: From customs, $10,92S,787,154 ; 
from internal revenue, $3,039,941,534; direct tax, $328,131,944; miscellaneous, 
$1,701.266,178— making a grand total (excluding loans) of $21,401,538,121.00. 

Total expenditures, same period, $21,518,871,351.00. 



Public Debt of the United States. 

(From the Official Statement November 1, 1909. 

Interest-bearing debt $ 913,317,490.00 

Debt-bearing no interest 379,143,046.78 

Debt on which interest has ceased since maturity 2,6S6,895.26 

Aggregate of Interest and nou-interest-bearing debt U. S., 

November 1, 1909 $1,295,147,432.04 

Certificates and treasury notes offset by an equal amount of 

cash in treasury $1,366,277,869.00 

Aggregate of debt (including certificates and treasurv notes). $2,661,426,301.04 



Cash in U, S. Treasury 



Gold certificates $874,656,869.00 

Silver certificates 487,587,000.00 

Treasury notes of 1890 4,034,000.00 

$1,366,277,869.00 

National bank 5 per cent fund 28,673,200.79 

Outstanding checks and warrants 12,000,195.78 

Disbursing officers' balance 76,461,634.55 

Postofiice Department account 6,190,842.84 

Miscellaneous items 1,989,983.08 

$125,295,857.04 

Reserve fund $150,000,000.00 

Available cash balance S9,103,07S.30 

239.103.07S.30 

Total $1,730,676,804.34 

Cash balance in treasury November 1. 1909. (exclusive of re- 
serve and trust funds) 89.103,078.30 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



CHAS. E. JOHNSON, President. 



F. H. BRIGGS, Cashier. 



RALEIGH BANKING & 
TRUST CO. 

Capital, $100,000.00. Surplus, $22,000.00. Deposits, $700,000.00. 
"THE ROUND STEPS BANK." 

THIRD GENERATION OF SUCCESSFUL BANKING. 

HAS PAID TO STOCKHOLDERS OVER $1,500,000.00 IN PROFITS. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



EXECUTIVE BRANCH. 

President— William H. Taft, of Ohio. 
Vice-President — James S. Sherman, 
of New York. 



CABINET OFFICERS. 

Secretary of State — Philander C. 
Knox, of Pennsylvania. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Frank- 
lin MacVeagh, of Illinois. 

Secretary of War — Jacob M. Dickin- 
son, of Tennessee. 

Attorney-General— George W. Wick- 
ersham, of New York. 

Postmaster - General — Frank H. 
Hitchcock, of Massachusetts. 

Secretary of the Navy — George Von 
L. Meyer, of Massachusetts. 

Secretary of Interior— Richard A. 
Ballinger, of Washington. 

Secretary of Agriculture — James 
Wilson, of Iowa. 

Secretary of Commerce and Labor — 
Charles Nagel, of Missouri. 



JUDICIAL BRANCH. 



SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED 
STATES. 

Chief Justice— Melville W. Fuller, of 
Illinois. 

Associate Justice — John M. Harlan, 
of Kentucky. 

Associate Justice— David J. Brewer, 
of Kansas. 

Associate Justice — Edward D. White, 
I of Louisiana. 

Associate Justice — Joseph McKenna. 
of California. 

Associate Justice — Oliver W. Holmes, 
of Massachusetts. 

Associate Justice— William R. Day, 
of Ohio. • _ 

Associate Justice — William H. 
Moody, of Massachusetts. 



Associate Justice — Horace H. Lur- 
ton, of Tennessee. 

[The salary of the Chief Justice is 
$13,000 per annum, that of Associate 
Justices, §12,500.] 

CIRCUIT COURTS OF THE UNITED 

STATES. 

First Circuit— LeBawn B. Colt (R. 
I.), Wm. L. Putnam (Me.), Francis 
C. Lowell (Mass.) 

Second Circuit — E. H. Lacombe (N. 
Y.), Alfred C. Coxe (N. Y.), H. G. 
Ward (N. Y.), W. C. Noyes (Conn.) 

Third Circuit— George Gray (Del.), 
Joseph Bufflngton (Pa.), Wm. N. 
Lanning (New Jersey). 

Fourth Circuit— Nathan Goff (W. 
Va.), Jeter C. Pritchard (North Caro- 
lina). 

Fifth Circuit — Don. A. Pardee (Ga.), 
A. P. McCormick (Tex.), D. D. Shelby 
(Ala.) 

Sixth Circuit— H. F. Severens 
(Mich.). John W. Warrington (Ohio). 
Vacancy, created by elevation of Judge 
Lurton to Supreme Court, to be filled. 

Seventh Circuit— Peter S. Grosscup 
(111.), F. E. Baker (Ind.), W. H. Sea- 
man (Wis.) 

Eighth Circuit— W. H. Sanborn 
(Minn.), Willis Van Wavanter (Wyo.), 
W. C. Hook (Kan.), E. B. Adams 

( Mo -) ,~ . 

Ninth Circuit— W. P.. (iilbert (Ore.), 

E. K. Ross (Calif.), W. W. Morrow 

(Calif.) 

Salaries, $7,000 per annum. 

The Judges of each circuit and the 
Justice of the Supreme Court for each 
circuit constitute a Circuit Court of 
Appeals. 

The fourth' circuit embraces the 
States of Nortli Carolina, Maryland, 
Virginia, South Carolina and West 
Virginia. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



UNITED STATES COURT OF 
CLAIMS. 



J. 



1'eele 



Chief Justice — Stanton 

(Indiana). 

Associate Justices— Chas. B. Howry 
(Miss.), Feuton W. Booth (111 ) 
George W. Atkinson (West Va.),' 
Samuel S. Barney (Wis ) 

Salary of Chief Justice, S6.500; 
of Associate Justices, $6,000 each. 

United States District Judges for 
North Carolina — James E Boyd 
(Western District), H. G. Connor 
(Eastern District). 



LEGISLATIVE BRANCH. 

The Sixty-First Congress. 

President of the Senate— James S 
Sherman, of New York. 

Speaker of the House— Joseph G 
Cannon, of Illinois. 

Total number Senators, 92. Demo- 
crats. 34; Republicans, 58. 

Total number Congressmen 398 
Democrats, 169: Republicans, 225 •' 
Unionists, 1; vacancies (January) 3 ' 

Occupation of Senators— Lawyers 
50; bankers. 5: farmers, 3; newspaper- 
men, 2: literature. 1; lumbermen 2- 
corporation officials. 1; lecturer 1 : 
public officials, 5; balance scattering ' 

Occupation of Congressmen— Law- 
yers, 112; public officials. 64: bank- 
ers 19; newspapermen, 19; farmers, 
IS, doctors. 2; real estate, 9; railroad 
officials.] ; lumbermen, 6; insurance ° 

Oldest United States Senator. Ste- 
phenson, of Wisconsin (SI vears) ■ 
youngest Senator, Gore, of Oklahoma 
(39 years). 

Oldest Representative, Sperrv of 
Connecticut 'S3 years) ; youngest Rep- 
resentative, Edwards, of Georeia <W> 

years). s ' 

North Carolina is represented hv 
two Democrats in the Senate— F M 
Simmons (term expires 1913) and Lee 
S. Overman (term expires 191 5) in 
the House of Renresentativos North 
< arolina is represented bv seven Dem- 
ocrats and three Republicans, the 

«SJ? W 1 ' " 1 districts being the 
fifth, eighth and tenth. 

TOTAL VOTE OF COUNTRY, 1908. 
Presidential vote last election (100S) 
-William H. Taft, 7.678,908 (321 
Ii°io S) : i W ! lli ' nra J- Bryan, 6,409.104 
Ion-oo 0te ^ ): „F- 7- Debs (Socialist), 
t^Sn : Si w - Chnfln (Prohibition), 
ffiij^ E. Watson (People's). 
col-o ; ?■ L Hlsk en (Independent), 
S2.S,2; Aiiffust Gilhavs (Socialist La- 

14 958 442 ° rand total VOte cnst ' 



following values of farm products in 
1909. for the entire United States: 

Corn $1,720,000,000.00 

Cotton 850,000,000.00 

Wheat 725.000,000.00 

Hay 665.000.000.00 

Oats 400,000.000.00 

Potatoes 212.000.000.00 

Tobacco 100,000,000.00 



FOREIGN MONEYS. 
English Money — 4 farthings — 1 peu- 
ny (d); 12 pense— 1 shilling (s) ; 20 
shillings— 1 pound C£) ; 21 shillings— 
1 guinea; 5 shillings— 1 crown. 

(A pound sterling is worth $4.86 1-2 
in Uinted States money). 

French Money — 10 centimes — 1 de- 
cline ; 10 decimes 1 franc. 

(A franc is worth .19, 3 cents in 
United States money). 

German Money — 100 pfennv— 1 
mark ;. 

(A mark is worth .23, S cents in 
United States money). 

Russian Money — 100 copecks — 1 
ruble. 

(A ruble is worth .51, 5 cents in 
United States money). 

Austro-Hungarian Money — 100 Kreut- 
zer — 1 florin. 

(A crown is worth .20. 3 cents in 
United States money). 

Value of Other Coins — A Japanese 
ven is worth .49, S cents in. United 
States money : a Spanish peseta .19, 
3 cents: a Turkish master. .04, 4 cents; 
a Mexican peso. .49, S cents; a Peru- 
vian libra. $4.86 1-2: a Havtian gourde. 
.96. 5 cents: an Italian lira, .19, 3 
cents; a Swedish crown. .26. S cents: 
a Grecian drachma. .19. 3 cents ; Chinese 
tael. (Shanghai), .50. 1 cent. (Can- 
ion). .61, 2 cents: a Panama b»lhoa, 
$1.00; Canadian dollar, $1.00: Egyp- 
tian pound (100 piasters), $4.94." 3 
cents; Norwegian crown, .26, 8 cents. 

THE SEASONS— 1910. 

Vernal Equinox, Spring begins. 
March 21, 7 a. m. 

Summer solstice. Summer: begins, 
June 22, 3 a. m. 

Autumnal Equinox. Autumn begins, 
September 23. 5 p. m. 

Winter solstice. Winter beerins, De- 
cember 22, 12 noon. 

(Washington mean time). 



FARM PROD1TTS OF UNITED 
STATES— 1909. 

The Secretary of Agriculture, in 
his thir teenth annual report, gives the 



MORNING STARS. 

Merctiry — January 26 to April 6; 
May 25 to -Tuly 19; September 26 to 
November 12. 

Venus — February 12 to November 26. 

Mars — September 27 to end of year. 

JuDiter — January 1 to March 31; 
October 19 to end of year. 

Saturn— April 16 to October 27. 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



WAKE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK 



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On Your Deposits 



T. B. CROWDER, President. 
W. B. GRIMES, Vice-Pres. 
W. W. VASS, Cashier. 



Compounded Quarterly 



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EVENING STARS. 

Mercury — January 1 to January 26 ; 
April 5 to May 25; July 19 to Sep- 
tember 26; November 12 to end of 
year. 

Venus — January 1 to February 12; 
November 26 to end of year. 

Mars — January 1 to September 27. 

Jupiter — March 1 to October 19. 

Saturn — January 1 to April 16; 
October 27 to end of year. 



NORTH CAROLINA LEGISLATION— 

1909. 

Some of the more important of the 
many acts enacted by the Legislature 
of North Carolina at the biennial ses- 
sion of 1909 related to the following 
subjects, affecting the general public: 

For the free treatment of indigent 
persons having diptheria. 

Prohibiting evasion of the exemp- 
tion laws of the State. 

Protecting the State's forests. 

Promoting the cultivation of 
oysters. 

Regulating the sale of feedstuff. 

Prohibiting "black-listing." 

Regulating the packing and sale of 
fish. 

Compelling employers to provide 
sents for female employes. 

Regulating the practice of optome- 
try, etc. 



NORTH CAROLINA INHERITANCE 
TAX LAW, ETC. 

The following is a synopsis of the 
statutes affecting the administration 
of estate of deceased persons in North 
Carolina : 

Inheritance Tax — Exempt to hus- 
band and wife. (1) To lineal ances- 
tors or descendants, brothers or sis- 
ters, or where mutual relation of par- 
ents and child existed, three-fourths 



per cent— exempt to $2,000. (2) De- 
fendants oi urotuer or sister, 1 1-2 
per cent. (3) Uncles or aunts or de- 
scendants 3 per cent. (4) Great-uncles, 
great-aunts or descendants, 4 per 
cent. (5) To all others: $2,000 to 
•^5,000, five per cent; $5,000 to $10,000, 
seven-and-a-half per cent; $10,000 to 
$25,000, ten per cent: $25,000 to $50,- 
°00, twelve-and-a-half per cent; over 
$50,000, 15 per cent. 

Preferred obligations— (1) Debts se- 
cured by liens on property ; (2) 
funeral expenses: (3) taxes; (4) judg- 
ments; (5) wages within one year; 
medical attention within one year. 

Accounting — Annual accounts; final 
account in two years. 



ORIGIN OF NAMES OF THE 

STATES. 

Carolinas — From Charles IX. 

Alabama. Arkansas, Colorado. Con- 
necticut, Illinois, Minnesota. Missis- 
sippi, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee and 
Wisconsin — names derived from their 
principal rivers. 

Georgia — from George II. 

Louisiana — from Louis XIV. of 
France. 

Maryland — from Henrietta Maria 
Queen of Charles I. 

New York— from the Pnke of York, 
afterwards James II. 

Virginia — from Queen Elizabeth, 
"the virgin queen." 

Pennsylvania— from William l'onn. 

Delaware — from Lord Delaware. 

Dakota. Massachusetts and Texas — 
from Indian tribes. 

Tdaho. Iowa. Kansas, Kentucky, 
Michigan, Nebraska. Oklahoma, Ore- 
gon, Utah and Wyoming derived 
from Indian words. 



SOME NOTABLE ANNIVERSARIES. 

Robert E. Lee, born January 19th 



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MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



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(1807). 

Surrender at Appomattox, April 9th 
(1865). 

Andrew Jackson, born March 15th 
(1767). 

Henry Clay, born April 12th (1777). 

General D. S. Grant, born April 27th 
(1822). 

First President United States in- 
augurated, April 30 (1789). 

First English settlement in America 
at Jamestown, May 13th (1607). 

Society of the Cincinnati organized 
May 13th (1783). 

Mecklenburg Declaration of Inde- 
pence. May 20 (1775). 

Flag Day all over United States. 
June 14th (annually). 

King John granted Magna Charter, 
June loth (1215). 

Battle of Waterloo, June 18th (1815). 

Battle of Gettysburg. July 1-3 (1863). 

Spanish fleet destroyed by United 
States Navy, July 3rd (1898). 

Battle of Bull Run. July 21st (1861). 

General Nathaniel Oreene, born Au- 
gust 7th (1742). 

President McKinlev shot by assas- 
sin. September 6th (1901). 

President Lincoln killed by Booth. 
April 14th 1865). 

President Taft, born September 15th 
(1857). 

Kinir Edward VII., born November 
9th (1S41). 

Oeorro Washington died December 
14«i (1799). 

Manila surrendered to United 
States A-dfrnst 13th (1898). 

Great Chicago fire. October 8-11 th 

d8Tn. 

Colnmhus discovered America, Octo- 
ber 1?Oi 14921. 

Mayflower pilgrims landed at ly- 
nid'tti Rock. December 22nd (16201. 

(Easter Rundnv this yen- (1910) 
falls on March 27th). 



ATTITFDE OF THE STATES ON 
THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC. 

Alabama — Prohibition. 

Alaska — Local option ; $1,000 license. 

Arizona — Local option ; $300 license. 

Arkansas — Local option ; $800 license. 

California — Local option ; fees fixed 
locally. 

Colorado — Local option : $500 license. 

Connecticut — Local option ; license 
$150 to $450. 

Delaware — License and local op- 
tion ; license fee $200 to $300. 

District of Columbia — License; fee 
$800. 

Florida — Local option; license $1.- 
000. 

Oeorgia-^Prohibition. 

Idaho — Local option (county); 
license $750. 

Illinois — License (optional) by 
municipalities; fee not less than $500. 



Indiana — County option (20 per cent, 
of voters can demand election). 

Iowa— License by petition of voters; 
fees $600 and up. 

Kansas — Prohibition. 

Kentucky — County option (except in 
larger cities) ; fee $150. 

Louisiana — Local option ; fee $200 
and up. 

Maine— Prohibition. 

Maryland — Local option ; fee ranges 
from $18 to $450. 

Massachusetts — Local option ; $1,- 
000 fee; limited licenses, one to 1.000 
inhabitants, except in Boston, where 
it is one to 500. 

Michigan — Local option, $500 to 
$S00. 

Minnesota— License; $500 to $1,000. 

Mississippi — Prohibition. 

Missouri — Local option; $700 to $1,- 
200. 

Montana— License; $300 to $600. 

Nebraska— Local option ; $500 to $1,- 
000. 

Nevada — State license; fees vary. 

New Hampshire — Optional by vote; 
fees from $1,200 down, according to 
population. 

New Jersey — Local option ; $100 to 
$300. 

New Mexico — County license; $100 
to $400. 

New r York — Local option in towns ; 
$150 to $1,200, according to popula- 
tion. 

North Carolina — Prohibition. 

North Dakota— Prohibition. 

Ohio— Local option ; $1,000 fee. 

Oklahoma — Constitutional Prohibi- 
tion. 

Oregon — Local option ; $400 fee. 

Pennsylvania — License; $100 to $1,- 
100. 

Rhode Island— Local option ; $300 to 
$1,000. 

South Carolina — County control and 
local option (no fee). 

South Dakota— Local license; $400 to 
$600. 

Tennessee — Prohibition. 

Texas — State controls licenses; 
$750. 

Utah— Local license: $400 to $1,200. 

Vermont — Local option. 

Virginia — License bv local courts; 
$450. 

Washington — Local option ; $300 to 
$1,000. 

West Virginia— Local license; $750 
to $1,000. 

Wisconsin — Local option ; $200. 

Wyoming— License; $300 (whole- 
saled SI .000 (retail). 



EMINENT PEOPLE WHO DIED IN 

1909. 

Angell. George T. (86), Boston- 
Editor "Dumb Animals." etc. 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



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R. W. LASSITER, President. 



W. H. HUNT, Cashier. 



The First National Bank 

OXFORD, N. C. 

COLLECTIONS UNDER PERSONAL, CARE OF THE CASHIER. 



4% 



ON SAVINGS 
DEPOSITS. 



Capital, $25,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $35,000.00. 
Deposits, $460,000.00. 



WRITE OR CALL, ON US FOR INFORMATION. 



W. H. HUNT, Cashier. 



Baldwin, "Lucky" (81), California— 
Wealthy miner. 

Barth, Theodore (60), Germany — 
Political (Liberal) leader. 

Brown, J. M., Ohio — -President 
American Humane Association. 

Bull, W. F., Savannah, Ga.— Eminent 
surgeon. 

Butler, J. G., D .D. (83), Washing- 
ton—Ex-Chaplain in Congress. 

Caldwell, John (70), Pittsburg— Air- 
brake magnate. 

Cervera, Pascuel (70), Spain — Vice- 
Admiral Spanish Navy. 

Chase, Solon (83), Maine — Former 
"Breenback" political agitator. 

Considine, J. R. (60), New York- 
Famous "sporting man." 

Corbin, H. C. (66), New York— Lt.- 
General (retired) United States Army. 

Colter, J. B. (65), Minnesota- 
Bishop Roman Catholic Church. 

Crawford, Francis Marion (55), in 
Italy— American novelist. 

Crittenden, T. T. (77), Missouri- 
Former Governor and politician. 

Cuyler, Theodore L. (87), New 
York — Clergyman, author and pul- 
piteer. 

Dandridge, Eliz. Taylor (85), Vir- 
ginia — Former "mistress of White 
House." 

George, Daniel (83), New York- 
Oldest Methodist minister in New 
York Conference. 

DeArmond (65), Missouri — Congress- 
man (burned to death by accident). 

Drum, R. C. (84), Washington— 
Brig.-General United States Army 
(retired). 

Don Carlos (61), in Lombardy— Pre- 
tender to Spanish throne. 

Ensign, A. M. (60). Brooklyn- 
Newspaperman. 

Fitch, Clyde (44). in France — Play- 
wright. 



Galloway, C. B. (60), Mississippi — 
Bishop M. E. Church, South. 

Geronimo (90), Oklahoma — Apache 
Indian chief. 

Gilder, Richard Watson (65)— Edi- 
tor Century Magazine, Poet. 

Goode, John (80), Norfolk— States- 
man, Congressman, former Solicitor- 
General United States. 

Goodsell, D. A. (69), New York- 
Bishop M. E. Church. 

Green. J. G. (68), Edenton, N.- C— 
Rear-Admiral U. S. N. (retired). 

Hale, Edw. Everett (87). Massachu- 
setts — Author ; chaplain U. S. Senate. 

Harriman, E. H. (61), New York — 
Capitalist; railroad magnate. 

Hayes, Winnie Davis (in Colorado) — 
"Daughter of the Confederacy." 

Helper, Hintou R. (80). Washington 
— Author "The Impending Cricis," 
etc. 

Hitchcock. Ethan Allen (73), Wash- 
ington — Former Secretary Interior. 

Hoe, Robert (70), London — Printing 
press manufacturer. 

Howard, O. O. (79), Vermont— Lt.- 
General U. S. A. (retired), last of 
army commanders of Civil War. 

Ito, Prince Hirobumi (72). Japan — 
President Privy Council. 

Johnson, John A. (48), Minnesotn 
Governor and Democratic statesman. 

Laffan, W. M. (61), New York- Head 
Laffan News Service; publisher New 
York Sun. 

Lamb. Wm. (73). Norfolk— Confed- 
erate "hero of Fort Fisher." 

Lemly. S. C. (56), native of Salem, 
N. C. — Judge Advocate United Stales 
Army (retired). 

Lindsay. Wm. (74), Kentucky — For- 
mer United States Senator, etc. 

Logan. Olive (6S), England— Actress 
and author. 

Lambroso, Cesare (731, Turin— Crlm- 



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MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



Frank K. Thomson 
ARCHITECT & ENGINEER 

Masonic Temple. Raleigh, North Carolina. 

Capital City 'Phone: Office, 337; Residence, 924-M. 



inologist; psychologist. 

McCarren, Patrick H (59), Brook- 
lyn — Local Democratic leader. 

McClosky, W. G. (86), Louisville- 
Bishop and oldest Catholic prelate in 
United States. 

McClnre, Alex. K. (81), Philadel- 
phia — Newspaperman and politician. 

McSweeney. Miles B. (54), Colum- 
bia — Ex-Gcvernor South Carolina. 

Meredith, George (81), London — 
Poet, novelist. 

Modjeska. Helena (65), California — 
Actress. 

Morrison, W. R. (85). Illinois— Con- 
gressman : Interstate Commerce Com- 
missioner. 

Navarro, Jose Franciso de (86), New- 
York — Builder first elevated road in 
New York city. 

Olmstead, W. A. (74), New York— 
"Soldier Priest" ; Pastor St. Ambrose 
Church (Catholic - ), New York; Briga- 
dier-Cieneral U. S. A. (Volunteers). 

Otis, E. S. (71), Rochester— Major- 
General U. S. A. 

Palmer, Henry L 
High degree Mason 
surance company. 

Peckham, R. F. 
Associate Justice 
United States. 

Pope, Albert (66), Massachusetts- 
Auto, and bicycle manufacturer. 

Pulitzer. Albert f58). Vienna — For- 
mer New York newsnaper publisher. 

Pullman. H. C. (39), New York- 
President -National Baseball Leasrue. 

Raney, R. B. (51). Raleigh— Public 
benefactor. 

Rogers. H. H. (69), New York- 
Railroad magnate; financier. 

Rojestvensky, Sinova (60) — Russian 
Vi^e-Admiral. 

Red Cloud (90). North Dakota- 
Sioux Indian chief. 

Starin. John H. (831. New York— 
"Father of rapid transit" in New 
York. 

Stewart, W. M. 
mer United States 

Swinburne, A. G 
Poet. . 

Te£rerart. Moses 
and Scotch dialect poet 

Satalli. Cardinal (721. Italv— Cath- 
olic prelate. (D ; ed Januarv. 19101. 

Thompson, Wm. L. (621. New York— 



(901. Milwaukee— 
; President life in- 

(71), New York- 
Supreme Court 



(82), .Nevada— For- 
Senator. 
(72), England — 

(551, at. sea — Irish 



Sacred song writer. 

Turpie, David (80), Indiana — For- 
mer United States Senator. 

Tweedmouth, Baron (601, England- 
First Lord of the Admiralty. 

Watson, H. C. (38), New York- 
Editor Dun's Review. 

Weeks, Stephen H. (74), Maine — 
Tuberculosis specialist. 

Wells, Calvin (82), Pennsylvania- 
Millionaire steel master. 

Wilson, Augusta J. Evans (76), Ala- 
bama — Writer of novels . 

Wright, Carroll. D. (69), Massachu- 
setts — Former Commissioner Labor 
United States. 

Calinski, Edmund L. G. (60), New 
York — Inventor of dynamite gun and 
submarine boat. 



RILES FOR FORETELLING THE 
WEATHER. 

Sunset Colors — A gray, lowering 
sunset or one where the sky is green 
or yellowish — green, indicates rain. 
A red sunrise with clouds lowering 
later in the morning, also indicates 
rain. 

Halo (Sun Dogs) — A halo occurring 
after fine weather indicates a storm. 
[By "halo" is meant the large circles 
or parts of circles about the sun or 
moon.] 

Rainbows — An evening rainbow in- 
dicates fair weather; a morning rain- 
how is generally interpreted as a 
sign of rain. 

Corona — A corona growing larger in- 
dicates fair weather ; gradually get- 
ting smaller a sign of rain. 

Fogs — Fogs indicate settled weather. 
A morning fog usually disappears by 
or before noon. 

Sky Color — A deep-blue color of the 
sky indicates fair weather, even when 
seen through the clouds. 

Visibility — Unusual brightness or 
twinkling of the stars, indicates rain, 
as does also unusual clearness of the 
atmosphere. 

Frost — The first and last frosts of 
the year are generally preceded by a 
temperature very much above the 
mean temperature of a locality. 



FAMOUS OLD PEOPLE OVEIt 80 YEARS LIVING. 13 



Commercial National Bank 

OF CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
Capital and Surplus, $830,000.00. 

UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. 

DEPOSITS received subject to check. 

CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSITS issued bearing 4 per cent interest. 
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE bought and sold. 
DRAFTS drawn on all parts of the world. 

SAVINGS ACCOUNTS bearing 4 per cent, interest compounded quar- 
terly, may be opened with one dollar and upward. 
BANKING BY MAIL — Write us about this. 

R. A. DUNN, Pres. A. G. BRENIZER, Cashier. 
FAMOUS OLD PEOPLE OVER 80 YEARS LMNG. 



(These Were All Still Living January 1, 1910). 
Age. Name. Occupation. 

97 Gen. D. H. Rucher (retired) Soldier. 

93 Sir Joseph Hooker Botanist. 

92 John Bigelow Newspaperman and diplomat. 

91 Thomas Bowman Bishop. 

90 Lord Weyneiss Oldest British peer living. 

90 ' Julia Ward Howe Literature. 

89 Florence Nightingale Literature. 

89 John Tenniel Cartoonist. 

SS Sir Charles Tupper Statesman. 

87 Prof. Alfred K. Wallace Educator. 

87 General Buckner Confederate officer. 

86 Henry G. Davis Ex-U. S. Senator, West Virginia. 

86 Dr. Root. Collyer Theologian. 

85 Levi P. Morton Former Vice-President. 

85 Prof. Huggins Astronomer. 

85 Gen. Daniel E. Sickles Soldier and Congressman. 

84 Prof. March Philologist. 

83 Ex-Empress Eugenie Figure in history. 

82 Pere Hyacinth Prelate. 

81 Count Tolstoi Novelist and writer. 

81 Ex-U. S. Senator Edmunds Vermont statesman. 

81 Ex -President Dwight Yale College. 

81 Clara Barton Red-Cross official. 

80 General Booth Salvation Army. 

80 U. S. Senator Cullom Illinois statesman. 

80 .Ex-Gov. and Sen. T. J. Jarvis North Carolina's "Grand old Man. 

SO Theo. B. Kingsbury Newspaper writer, historian, etc. 



EMINENT OLD MEN MORE THAN 00 LIVING. 

Among the more eminent and generally known old men still living. 
have passed the seventieth mile-post, are the following: 
Age. Name. 

79 Emperor Francis Joseph Austria. 

79 ....President Diaz Mexico. 

79 Henry M. Flagler Railroad builder ana operator 

79 ".'.!ex-Gov. William Sprague Rhode Island. 

79 Ex-Senator Teller Colorado. 

79 J. Q. A. Ward Sculptor. 

79 Bishop Jones 

79 Justin McCarthy 

78 United States Senator Frye Maine. 



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FAMOUS OLD PEOPLE OVER 80 YEARS LIVING. 




Age. 


Name. 






78 . 




. Newspaperman. 




78 . 




.French statesman. 




78 . 




.Diplomat and lawyer. 




78 . 




.Churchman. 




78 . 




.Arctic explorer. 




77 . 


. . .Andrew D. White 


. Diplomat. 




77 . 


..G. W. Curtis Lee 


.Confederate soldier. 




77 . 




Jurist. 




77 . 




.Field Marshal British Army. 




77 . 




.Field Marshal British Army. 








.United States Supreme Court. 




76 . 


..Chief Justice Fuller 


.United States Supreme Court. 




76 . 


..Former U. S. Senator Piatt 


. New York politician. 




76 . 




. Newspaperman. 




76 . 


...Col. J. S. Mosby 


.Confederate "Guerilla." 




76 . 
75 . 










.New York statesman. 




75 . 


..Ex-President Elliot, of Harvard. Educator. 




75 . 




.Head Catholic Church in U. S. 




74 . 




.Rome. 




74 . 




.King of Belgians. 




74 . 




.Cleveland Cabinet. 




74 . 
74 . 




. Writer. 






.Publicist. 




74 . 




.English Poet. 




74 . 




.Cleveland Cabinet. 




74 . 




.Ex -Vice- President. 




74 . 




.Millionaire philanthropist. 




74 . 




.Newspaperman. 




74 . 




.Diplomat. 




74 . 




.Pulpiteer. 




74 . 




.Woman fiancier. 




73 








73 . 




.Maine statesman. 




. . William Winter 


.Dramatic Critic. 








.President Royal Academy. 




73 . 


. .Lord Brnssey. 






73 . 


..Joseph Chamberlain. 






73 . 




. Painter. 




72 . 


. . Whitelaw Reid 


.Editor; Ambassador to Great 
Britain. 




72 . 




.Multi-millionaire financier. 






. . Justice Brewer 


.U. S. Supreme Court. 




72 . 




.United States Navy. 




72 . 




.Novelist. 




72 . 


..Archbishop Ireland. 






72 . 


..Bishop Tuttle. 






71 . 




.Ensrlish Ambassador to U. S. 








."Merchant Prince." 




71 . 




.France. 






..John Morley. 










.Georgia. 




70 . 




.United States Navy. 




70 . 




.United States Army. 








.Oil Kin?. 




70 .. 




.Roumania. 




70 . 




.Churchman. 




70 . 


..Cardinal Logue. 






70 . 


..Asa Bird Gardner. 






69 or 


over — 










.Newspaperman; statesman. 








.Jurist. 






.President British Academy. 




68 or 


over — 








..Kins Edward VII 


.Great Britain. 








.Newspaperman; clubman. 








.United States Navy. 








.France. 


4 


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..Sir Charles Wyndham. 


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FAMOUS OLD PEOPLE OVER 80 YEARS LIVING. 15 




JOSEPH G, BROWN ^F HENRY E. LITGHFORD 

PRESIDENT ^ CASHIER 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

OFFERS ITS SERVICE TO THE PUBLIC FOR ALL CLASSES 
OF LEGITIMATE BANKING BUSINESS. 

Capital, $100,000.00. Surplus & Profits, $175,000.00. 

Deposits, $1,250,000.00. Assets, $1,500,000.00. 

. « 

Age. Name. 

United States Senator Alclrlcb. 

United States Senator Elkins. 

67 or over — 

Robert T. Lincoln Illinois. 

....John W. Daniel United States Senator (Va.) 

Cardinal Rampalla. 

Flammarion The Astronomer. 

Abdue Hanud Ex-Sultan of Turkey. 

General Chaffer, 

Henry James Novelist. 

Anna Dickinson. 

Juaquin Miller. 

66 or over— 

Associate Justice McKenna United States Supreme Court. 

Adaline Patti. 

Christine Neilsson. 

....David B. Hill. 

Sereno E. Payne. 

King Frederick VIII Denmark. 

65 or over — 

Sara Bernhardt. 

George W. Cable. 

Queen Alexander. 

King Peter Servia. 

Bishop Greer. 

General Greely. 

Clark Russell Novelist. 

John Hare Comedian. 

Between 60 and 65 — 

....Elihu Root New York statenian. 

Justice White United States Supreme Court. 

'. '. '. '. Wm. H. Crane Actor. 

Kvrle Bellew Actor. 

Rear Admiral Sissbee United States Navy. 

General MacArthur United States Army. 

Duke of Ars?yle. 

Wm. F. Cody (Buffalo Bill). 

Julian Hawthorne Author. 

Charles H. Tavlor Newspaperman. 

Princess Christian England. 

Oeorge Westinghouse. 

Thomas A. Edison Inventor. 

Alexander Graham Bell Inventor. 



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TOBACCO STA TIST 1 < 'S—1909. 



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TV. H. BAGLEI, 

Business Manager. 



THE SWORN DAILY 

AVERAGE 
CIRCULATION 

OF THE 

News and 
Observer 

IS OVER lgQ PER CENT. 

GREATER THAN THAT OF 
ANY OTHER DAILY IN- 
NORTH CAROLINA. 

AND OVER THREE TIMES 

THAT OF ANY OTHER 

DAILY IN RALEIGH. 

ADVERTISING 

BRINGS 

3 Times the Returns 
Growth of Circulation 

1895 2,500 

1896 3.100 

1897 3,400 

1898 4,880 

1899 5,200 

1900 5,700 

1901 6,500 

1902 7,054 

1903 8,201 

1904 9,111 

1905 10,202 

1906 11,071 

1907 12,274 

1908 12,321 

1909 15,251 



"Y Tobacco Statistics— 1909. 



Apex 1,003,537 

Ahoskie 842,341 

Ayden 1.303,667 



Burlington 
Clarkton . 

Clinton .. 
Creed mo re 
Durham . 

Dunn 

Enfield .. 
Fairbluff 
Fairmont 
Farmville 
Fuquay Springs 



1,123,113 

122,978 

504.000 

1,846.996 

7,S28,867 

381, 7S2 

721,793 

2,424.073 

1,845.613 

3.1*6.537 

251.197 



Greenville 11.400.S0S 

Goldsboro * 2,758,S77 

Greensboro 1,184,307 

Henderson 5.610.434 

Kinston 10.519.543 

LaGrange 2,476.198 

Leaksville 

Louisburg 

Lumberton .... 

Madison 

Mt. Airy 

Oxford 

Pilot Mountain 

Raleigh 

Reidsville 



271,892 

3,745.641 

611.941 

1.734.265 

4.599.284 

7.037,595 

200.013 

510.777 

5.797,936 

Rockv Mount 10,248,487 

i .. iM.ro 4.922,962 

Robersonville 1,805,336 

Richlands 1.611,664 

Stoneville 2.289.115 

Smithfield 2.367.454 

Snow nill 1,405.244 

Stntesville 26S.647 

Warrenton 2.154.716 

Warsaw 654.680 

■Wendell 782.858 

Williamston 1.556.511 

Wilson 18.755.130 

Winston-Salem 23.364.846 

Youngsville 858.583 

Zebuion 1.029.361 



Total S156.9S6.2S9 



The above are the statistics 
August 1, 190S, to August 1, 



from 
1909. 



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WEATHER FLAGS. 



No. 1. 



No. 
No. 



White flag, clear or fair 
weather. 
2. — Blue flag, rain or snow. 
3. — White and blue flag, local rain 
or snow. 
No. 4. — Black triangular flag, tempera- 
ture. 
No. 5. — White flag with white square 
in center, cold wave. 
When No. 4 is placed above No. 1, 2 
or 3, it indicates warmer; when be- 
low colder; when not displayed at all, 
the temperature is expected to remain j 
about stationery. 



SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



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North State Mutual Life Insurance Co, 

HOME OFFICE, KINSTON, N. C. 

Capital Paid in Cash . . $100,000.00 

J. W. GRAINGER President. 

J. A. HERNDON Supt. of Agencies and Gen'l Mgr. 

DR. J. M. PARROTT Medical Director. 

8. R. DUNN Cashier and Assistant Secretary. 

CL.ESEN Hj SMITH Actuary and Secretary. 

ROUSE & LAND General Counsel. 



SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



N. C. DIVISION UNITED CONFED- 
ERATE VETERANS. 

Major General Commander — General 
Julian S. Carr, Durham. 

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

Inspector General — Lieutenant Colo- 
nel W. H. Gregory, Statesville. 

Assistant Inspector General — Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel James A. Bryan, New 
Bern. 

Quartermaster - General — Lieutenant 
Colonel T. L. Emry, Weldon. 

Judge Advocate General — Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel C. B. Watson, Winston. 

Commissary General — Lieutenant 
Colonel P. H. Hanes, Winston. 

Surgeon General — Lieutenant Colo- 
nel W. D. McMillan, Wilmington. 

Chaplain General — Lieutenant Colo- 
nel A. I). Betts, Raleigh. 

Chief of Artillery — Lieutenant Colo- 
nel J. B. Starr, Payetteville. 

Chief of Ordnance — Lieutenant Colo- 
nel J. M. Wall, Wadesboro. 

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

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

Assistant Commissary General — Ma- 
jor Ashley Home, Clayton. 

Aides — Majors A. H. Boyden, Salis- 
bury; J. A. Long, Roxboro; W. P. 
Wood, Asheboro; S. H. Smith, Win- 
ston; G. S. Ferguson, Waynesville; R. 
P. Paddison, Point Caswell ; George 
H. Hall, Red Springs; Thomas W. 
Harrington, Carthage; C. M. Parks, 
Tarboro ; J. J. Wolvenden, New Bern ; 
J. F. Reinhardt. Lincolnton ; J. Matt 
Sechrist, High Point. 

Chief of Scouts — Maj. J. S. Harris, 
of Charlotte. 

Bugler — Captain .T. H. Parker, 
Smithfleld. 



FIRST BRIGADE. 

Brigadier General Commanding — 

General P. C. Carleton, Statesville. 
No. Camp. Town. 

162 Catawba Hickory 

212 Cabarrus Countv Concord 

319 Col. Chas. F. Fisher. .Salisbury 

304 Reuben Campell Statesville 

436 Norfleet Winston 

795 Guilford County Greensboro 

797 Surry County Mt. Airy 

952 Col. Jno. T. Jones Lenoir 

1184 Wm. Gambel Gastonia 

1462 Scales-Boyd Reidsville 

1535 Organ Church Salisbury 

1552 Morganton Morganton 

1682 High Point High Point 



SECOND BRIGADE. 
Brigadier General Commanding — 

General W. L. Loudon, Pittsboro. 
No. Camp. Town. 

3S2 Mecklenburg Charlotte 

387 Leonidas J. Merritt ..Pittsboro. 

4S6 Ruffln | Burlington 

515 L. O'B. Branch Raleigh 

781 Walkup Monroe 

818 Robt. F. Webb Durham 

S30 Richmond County ..Rockingham 

833 Walter R. Moore Smithfleld 

846 Anson Wadesboro 

9S4 Henry L. Wyatt Henderson 

1084 Jno. White Warrenton 

1206 Jones Roxboro 

1277 Morris T. Smith Oxford 

1278 Oscar R. Rand ..Holly Springs 

1369 Stanley Alhemarle 

1398 Jno. Manning Durham 

1412 Nash County Rocky Mount 

1527 Jos. J. Davis Loulsburg 

1576 Scotland Laurinbnrg 

1595 Mt. Zion Mecklenburg 

1646 Randolph Asheboro 

1662 Daniel McDougald ...Lillington 

it'iiii' Kansoin Jonesboro 



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SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



THIRD BRIGADE. 

Brigadier General Commanding — 
General .las. I. Metts, Wilmington. 
No. (amp. Town. 

137 Sampson Clinton 

254 ( 'a | e Fear Wilmington 

417 Ryan Red Springs 

424 Bryan Grimes Washington 

794 Thos. Ruffin Goldsboro 

845 Jno. C. Lambe . . . . Williamston 

1053 Carv Whitaker Enfleld 

1057 J as. W. Cook Beaufort 

11 62 New Bern New Bern 

124S Henry L. Wyatt Bayboro 

1264 Jesse S. Barnes Wilson 

1303 Alfred Rowland Rowland 

1304 Henry M. Shaw Currituck 

1490 W. J. Houston Pearsall 

1C-33 Tarboro Tarboro 

1563 David Williams Burgaw 

1574 Buck Kitchin Scotland Neck 

1578 J. I. Metts Whiteville 

1590 W. F. Martin Elizabeth Citv 

1592 Gen. W. P. Roberts Belhaven 

1635 Matt Ramson Elm City 

1707 Willis H. Pope Lumberton 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Brigadier General Commanding — 

General Jas. M. Ray. 
No. Camp. Town. 

301 Andrew Coleman .. .Bryson City 

6S1 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 

3154 Oen. Pender Burnsville 

1156 Davis Lee Dickinson 

Rutberf ordton 

1621 David Coleman Painter 



UNITED SONS CONFEDERATE 
VETERANS. 

Commander — Edwin R. McKethan. 
Fayetteville. 

Adjutant — J. A. McArtbur. Fayette- 
ville. N. C. 

Department Chaplain — Rev. Watson 
Fairley, Fayetteville, N. C. 

Department Inspeetor — J. G. Hol- 
lingsworth, Fayetteville. 

Camp No. 5 — George Davis, Wil- 
mington. 

Camp No. 
Asheville. 

Camp No. 
ston. 

Camp No. 
Charlotte. 

Camp No. 
dersonville. 

Camp No. 142 — Singletary Pettigrew, 
Washington. 

166 — Harry Burgwyn. 



15 — Johnston Pettigrew, 

17— Henry Wyatt, Win- 

23 — Stonewall Jackson. 

70— William Shipp, Hen- 



No. 



Camn 
Raleigh. 

Camp No 
Fayetteville 



16S — Hector McKethan, 



Camp No. 171 — Joe Cash, Oxford. 

Camp No. 180 — Sho-ga-see-le-tah, 
Cherokee. 

Camp No. 216— Alf. Rowland, Row- 
land. 

Camp No. 229 — Cabarrus County, 
Concord. 



UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE 
CONFEDERACY. 

Honorary Presidents — Mrs. W. M. 
Parsley, Wilmington; Mrs. Stonewall 
Jackson, Charlotte; Mrs. James M. 
Tiernan, Salisbury ; Mrs. E. E. MofHtt, 
Richmond, Va. 

Honorary Vice-Presidents — Mrs. T. 
.7. J.irvis. Greenville; Mrs. Rufus Bar- 
ringer, Charlotte. 

President — Mrs. F. M. Williams, 
Newton. 

First Vice-President — Mrs. M. S. 
Willard, Wilmington. 

Second Vice-President — Mrs. Jose- 
pluis Daniels, Raleigh. 

Third Vice-President — Miss Carrie 
Leazar. Mooresville. 

Recording Secretary — Mrs. Thad. W. 
Thrash. Tarboro. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. W. C. 
Feimster, Newton. 

Treasurer — Mrs. Eugene Little, 
Wadesboro. 

Recorder of Crosses — Mrs. Thomas 
L. Craig, Gastonia. 

Historian — Miss Rebecca Cameron, 
Hillsboro. 

Assistant Historian — Mrs. W. O. 
Shannon, Henderson. 

Chaplain — Miss Hettie James, Wil- 
mington. 



N. C. SOCIETY OF THE COLONIAL 
DAMES OF AMERICA. 

President — Mrs. James Sprunt, Wil- 
mington. 

First Vice-Preside_nt — Mrs. A. M. 
Waddell, Wilmington. 

Second Vice-President — Mrs. Gilmer 

Brenizer, Washington, D. C. 

Third Vice-President — Miss Mary 
Arrington, Goldsboro. 

Recording Secretary — Mrs. Edmund 
L. Prince, Wilmington. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. W. 
N. Harris, Wilmington. 

Treasurer — Mrs. E. P. Bailey, Wil- 
mington. 

Registrar — Mrs. William Latimer, 
Wilmington. 

Historian — Mrs. Robert Strange, 
Wilmington. 

Life Time Officers. 

Founder and Honorary President — 
Mrs. George Wilson Kidder, Wilming- 
ton. 

Honorary President — Mrs. Gaston 
Meares, Wilmington. 

Honorary Vice-Presidents — Mrs. Vir- 
ginia Gwathmey Empie. Mrs. John 
Wilder Atkinson, Wilmington. 



SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



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HOME OFFICE: RALEIGH, N. C. 

CAPITAL, $125,000 

A NORTH CAROLINA COMPANY OWNED AND CONTROLLED BY 



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A. A. THOMPSON, Treasurer. 



GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. 

Department Commander — F. M. 

Work, National Soldiers* Home, Va. 

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

Senior Vice Commender — Thos. 
Shaw, Post, 5, 516 Princess Anne Aye., 
Norfolk, Va. 

Junior Vice Commander — Dred 
Smith, Post 7, 612 Race St., Ports- 
mouth, Va. 

Medical Director — James P. Carter, 
Post 4, 255 Cumberland St., Norfolk, 
Va. 

Department Chaplain — John L. 
Gihbs, Post 4, 14 St. Paul St., Nor- 
folk, Va. 



NORTH CAROLINA PRESS ASSO- 
CIATION. 

President— Rev. J. O. Atkinson, D. 
D., Christian Sun, Elon College. 

First Vice-President — M. L. Ship- 
man, Hendersonville, Hustler, Hender- 
sonville. 

Second Vice-President — J. R. Swann, 
Madison Record, Marshall. 

Third Vice-President — W. K. Jacob- 
son, Progress. Washington. 

Secretary and Treasurer — J. B. Sher- 
rill, Times, Concord. 

Historian — Archibald Johnson, Char- 
ity and Children, Thomasville. 

Orator — W. C. Hammer, Courier. 
Asheboro; Alternate— Josephus Dan- 
niels. News and Observer, Raleigh. 

Poet— D. L. St. Clair, Times, San- 
ford. 

Executive Committee — Rev. J. O. 
Atkinson, D. D., Chairman ; J. B. 
Sherrill, Secretary ; H. A. London, W. 
C. Dowd, H. B. Varner. Josephus 
Daniels and D. T. Edwards. 



JOS. G. BROWN, Vice-President. 
G. H. DORTCH, Secretary. 



Point. 

Treasurer — H. D. Walker, Elizabeth 
City. 

Councillors — First District, Dr. Os- 
car McMullin, Elizabeth City ; Second 
District, Dr. R. A. Whitaker, Kinston ; 
Third District, Dr. F. H. Russell, Wil- 
mington ; 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, 
Charlotte; Eighth District, Dr. J. B. 
Smith, Pilot Mountain ; Ninth District, 
Dr. I. M. Taylor, Morganton ; Tenth 
District, Dr. J. A. Burroughs, Ashe- 
ville. 



N. 



MEDICAL SOCIETY OF NORTH 
CAROLINA. 

President — James A. Burroughs 
Asheville. 

Secretary— D. A. Stanton, High 



C. SECTION OF AMERICAN 
CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

President — Dr. W. A. Syme, Ral- 
eigh. 

Vice-President— Prof. W. M. Allen, 
Raleigh. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Miss Daisy B. 
Allen, Raleigh. 

Reporters— Dr. R. O. E. Davis. 
Chapel Hill ; G. M. MacNider, Raleigh. 

Representative in Council of the 
American Chemical Society — Dr. J. E. 
Mills, Chapel Hill. 

ROYAL ARCANUM. 

Grand Regent— H. E. Bonitz, Wil- 
mington. 

Grand Secretary— J. Howell Way, 
Waynesville. 

Grand Treasurer— E. L. Harris, Ral- 

Annual session of 1010 to be held in 
Rockingham second Wednesday of 
April. 



PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION. 

President—':. Y. Watson. Soul ln.orl . 

First Vice-President — 1. W. Rose, 
Rocky Mount. 

Second Vice-President— Mi t J- 

Payne, Greensboro. 



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Third Vice-President— G. A. Matton, 
High Point. 

Treasurer — G. K. Grantham, Dunn. 

Secretary — P. W. Vaughau, Durham. 

Executive Committee — J. P. Stowe, 
Charlotte ; J. E. Hood, Kinston ; E. R. 
Thomas, Duke; Howard Gardner, 
Greensboro; P. W. Vaughan, ex officio. 

Local Secretary — J. P. Woodall, 
Charlotte. 

Next place of meeting, Charlotte, 
second Wednesday in June, 1910. 



N. C. BOARD OF PHARMACY. 

President — E. V. Zoeller, Tarboro. 

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

Ira W. Rose, Rocky Mount. 

W. W. Home, Fayetteville. 

C. B. Miller, Goldsboro. 

Attorney — B. S. Royster, Oxford. 

Next meeting of the Board for the 
examination of candidates will be held 
at Charlotte, second Monday in .Tune, 
1910. 



NORTH CAROLINA DENTAL 
SOCIETY. 

President— Dr. J. C. Watkins, Win- 
ston-Salem. 

First Vice-President— Dr. W. T. 
Smith, Wilmington. 

Second Vice-President — Dr. L. L. 
Dameron, New Bern. 

Secretary — Dr. A. H. Fleming, 
Louisburg. 

Treasurer — Dr. R. M. Morrow, Bur- 
lington. 

Essayist — Dr. J. G. Sinclair. Aske- 
ville. 

Executive Committee — Dr. D. T. 



James, Chairman, Greenville; Dr. C. 
F. Smithwick, Rocky Mount; Dr. C. 
W. Regan, Laurinburg. 

Publishing: Committee — Dr. P. E. 
Horton, Winston-Salem. 

Prosecuting Committee — Dr. J. Mar- 
tin Fleming, Raleigh. 

Ethics Committee — Dr. R. E. Ware, 
Chairman, Shelby; Dr. J. S. Spurgeon, 
Hillsboro; Dr. R. M. Squires, Wake 
Forest. 

Supervisor of Clinics — Dr. J. W. 
Stanly, Wilmington. 

Examining- Board — Dr. V. E. Turner, 
President, Raleigh; Dr. F. L. Hunt, 
Secretary, Asheville; Dr. J. W. John- 
son, Goldsboro; Dr. J. H. Wheeler, 
Greensboro; Dr. J. S. Spurgeon. Hills- 
boro; Dr. C. A. Thompson, Wilson. 

N. C. STATE BAR ASSOCIATION. 

President — Col. John W. Hinsdale, 
Raleigh. 

Vice-Presidents — First District, C. S. 
Vann, Edenton ; Second District, R. C. 
Dunn, Enfield; Third District, C. L. 
Abernathy, Beaufort; Fourth District, 
A. C. Zollicoffer, Henderson ; Fifth Dis- 
trict, J. D. Bellamy, Wilminston; 
Sixth District, W. H. Pace, Raleigh; 
Seventh District, A. W. McLean. Lum- 
berton ; Eighth District, U. L. Spence, 
Carthage; Ninth District, A. L. 
Brooks, Greensboro; Tenth District, 
Geo. P. Pell. Winston ; Eeleventh Dis- 
trict. Z. I. Walser, Lexington ; Twelfth 
District, R. L. Ryburn, Shelby; 
Thirteenth District, W. W. Barber, 
Wilkesboro; Fourteenth District, J. 
W. Pless, Marion ; Fifteenth District, 
Locke Craig, Asheville; Sixteenth Dis- 



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triet. Walter E. Moore, Webster. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Thomas W. 
Davis, Wilmington. 

Executive Committee— E. W. Tim- 
berlake, Wake Forest; E. T. Cansler, 
Charlotte; T. B. Womack, Raleigh; V. 
S. Bryant, Durham; Julius C. Martin. 
Asheville; T. T. Hicks, Oxford; Chas. 
A. Moore, Asheville; Thomas W. 
Davis, Wilmington ; W. D. Pruden, 
Eden ton; T. S. Rollins. Asheville. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA BANKERS" 
ASSOCIATION. 

President — John O. Ellington, Fay- 
etteville. 

Vice-Presidents — W. C. Wilkinson, 
Charlotte; J. C. Braswell, Rocky 
Mount; Leake S. Covington, Rocking- 
ham. 

Secretary and Treasurer — William 
A. Hunt, Henderson. 

Executive Committee — John D. 
Biggs, Williamston ; George A. Hol- 
derness, Tarboro ; H. F. Pierce, War- 
saw: H. W. Jackson, Richmond, Va. ; 
R. G. Vaughan, Greensboro; H. M. 
McAllister, Lumberton ; W. H. Men- 
denhall, Lexington ; Earl S. Pegram, 
Statesville; W. H. Wood, Charlotte; 
John H. Carter, Asheville. 



N. C. TEACHERS' ASSEMBLY. 
President— D. H. Hill, Raleigh. 
Secretary— R. D. W. Connor. Ral- 
eigh. 



N. C. LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 

President — Louis R. Wilson, Chapel 
Hill. 

First Vice-President — Frank Wilkes, 
Charlotte. 

Second Vice-President — Miss Bertha 
Rosenthal, Raleigh. 

Secretary — Miss Sarah Kirby, Golds- 
boro. 

Treasurer — J. P. Breedlove, Durham. 



N. C. ASSOCIATION FOR THE 

STUDY AND PREVENTION OF 

TUBERCULOSIS. 

President — W. L. Dunn, M. D.. Ashe- 
ville. 

Secretary — C A. Julian, M. D., 
Thomasville. 



STATE LITERARY AND HISTORI- 
CAL ASSOCIATION. 

President— Piatt D. Walker. Char- 
lotte. 

First Vice-President — Mrs. E. E. 
Moffitt, Richmond, Va. 

Second Vice-President — J. G. de- 
Roulhac Hamilton. Chapel Hill. 

Third Vice-President — Mrs. James 
Sprunt, Wilmington. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Clarence H. 



Poe, Raleigh. 

Executive Committee — D. H. Hill, 
Chairman ; W. L. Poteat, J. Bryan 
<; rimes, W. J. Peele, Edwin Mims. 



THE N. C. POULTRY ASSOCIATION. 

President — J. W. L. Thompson, 
Burlington. 

Vice-Presidents — S. L. Trogden, 
Greensboro; E. G. Wardin, Chajlottte. 

Secretary — G. E. Smith, East Dur- 
ham. 

Treasurer — J. L. Cates, Burlington. 



STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

President — J. Van Lindley, Pomona. 

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

Secretary— W. N. Hutt, Raleigh. 

Treasurer — F. C. Reimer. West Ral- 
eigh. 

District Vice-Presidents — Geo. N. 
Ives, New Bern ; Wm. H. Cole, 
Waynesville. 

Executive Committee — The Presi- 
dent and Secretary ex officio. M. 
Foley, Aberdeen ; J. A. Brown, Chad- 
bourn ; Aldert S. Root, Roleigh. 



N. C. FARMERS* STATE ALLIANCE. 

President— Dr. R. H. Speight, Whit- 
akers. 

Vice-President — J. H. Williamson, 
Chadbourn. , 

Secretary-Treasurer — Geo. F. Par- 
rott, Hillsboro. 

Lecturer — H. M. Cates, Swepson- 
ville. 

Chaplain— Rev. C. C. Williams, 
Spring Hope. 

Steward— J. C. Bain. Wade. 

Door-Keeler — George T. Lane, 
Greensboro. 

Serj?eant-at-Arms — D. A. Montgom- 
ery, Greensboro. 

State Business Agent — Geo. F. Par- 
rott, Hillsboro. 

Trustee B. A. Fund— W. A. Graham, 
Machpelah. 

Executive Committee — J. W. Den- 
mark, (chrin.). Raleigh: Jno. Graham, 
Warrenton ; T. J. Oldham, Mebane, 
R. F. D. No. 2: W. B. Fleming, 
Ridgeway ; John A. Davis, Tarboro. 



N. C. ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIA- 
TION. 

President — Joseph F. Leitner, Wil- 
mington. 

Vice-President — Frank K. Thomson, 
Raleigh. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Franklin Gor- 
don, Charlotte. 

Board of Directors — Joseph F. Leit- 
ner, Wilmington ; Frank K. Thomson, 
Raleigh; William H. Lord, Asheville; 
Oliver D. Wheeler, Charlotte; Frank- 
lin Gordon, Charlotte. 



SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



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FUNERAL, DIRECTORS AND 

EMBALMEBS. 

President— E. G. Flannagan, Green- 
ville. > 

First Vice-President— W. T. Nichol- 
son, Statesville. 

Second Vice-President— H. G. Howe. 
Weldon. 

Third Vice-President — Mrs. .T. \. 
Brown, Asheville. 

Secretary - Treasurer — Fabius P. 
Brown, Raleigh. 



STATE FIREMEN'S ASSOCIATION. 

President — James D. McNeill. Fay- 
etteville. 

First Vice-President — A. H. Boyden. 
Salisbury . 

Second Vice-President — S. G. Ber- 
nard, Asheville. 

Treasurer— R. C. Taylor, Winston. 

Secretary — John L. Miller. Concord. 

Statistician — W. P. Monroe, Wil- 
mington. 

Meets in 1910 in New Bern. 



Ilackett, North Wilkesboro. 

Grand Warden— W. H. Overton, 
Durham. 

Grand Secretary— B. H. Woodell, 
Raleigh. 

Grand Treasurer — R. J. Jones, Wil- 
mington. 

Grand Representative to Soverie^n 
Grand Lodge (1 year)— Eugene P. Al- 
Itea, Winston. 

Grand Representative to Sovereign 
! Grand Lodge (1 year)— Chas. F. 
i Lumsden, Raleigh. 

Grand Marshal— W. II. Zoeller, 
Elizabeth City. 

Grand Conductor— M. B. Gilliam, 
Windsor. 

Grand Guardian— J. D. Gunter, San- 
ford. 

Grand Herald— C. C. Buchanan, 
Sylva. „ „ 

Grand Chaplain— Rex . II. K. Boyer, 
Charlotte. 

Session of 1910 will be held In 
Goldsboro, May 10 to 12th. 



GRAND LODGE, I. O. O. F. 

Instituted at Wilmington. January 
6 1843, by Rev. Oeo. M. Bain. District 
Deputy Grand Sire, of Portsmouth, 
Va., by authority of the Grand Lodge 
of the* United States (now the Sover- 
eign Grand Lodge). 

Grand Master — P. H. Williams. 
Elizabeth City. _ 

Deputv Grand Master— Frank D. 



GRAND ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. F. 

Grand Patriarch—*!. W. Bryant, 
Durham. 

Grand High Priest W. C. Allen, 
Waynesville. _,, 

Grand Senior Warden K. P. < ling- 
man, Salisbury. 
Grand Scribe— R. II. Ramsey, I bar- 
Grand Treasurer Wesley Williams, 



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SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



Elizabeth City. 

Grand Junior Warden — David (fas- 
ter, Jr., Fayetteville. 

Grand Representatives — L. YV. .Tt'.in- 
neret. Asheville (1 year) ; W. L. Smith, 
Wilmington (2 years). 

Grand Marshal — C. L. Lumsden, 
Raleigh. 

Grand Sentinel — K. Kendall, Shelby. 

Grand Outside Sentinel — .T. I. Spry, 
Coinjock. 



GRAND LODGE KNIGHTS OK 
PYTHIAS. 

Supreme Representatives — Thomas 
S. Franklin, Charlotte; J. L. Scott, 
Graham. 

Grand Chancellor — George L. Haek- 
ney, Asheville. 

Grand Vice-Chancellor — A. E. Me- 
Causland, Charlotte. 

Grand Prelate — Rev. W. B. Duttera, 
Salisbury. 

Grand Keeper of Records and Seal — 
W. T. Hollowell, Goldsboro. 

Grand Master of Exchequer — Jno. C. 
Mills. Rutherfordton. 

Grand Master at Arms — W. G. Lake. 
Charlotte. 

Grand Inner Guard— C. H. Beine, 
Raleigh. 

Grand Outer Guard— H. T. Powell. 
•Henderson. 

GRAND LODGE OF MASONS. 

Grand Master — Richard N. Hackett, 
Wilkesboro. 

Deputy Grand Master — William B. 
McKoy, Wilmington. 

Senior Grand Warden — F. M. Win- 
chester, Charlotte., 

Junior Grand Warden — John T. Al- 
derman, Henderson. 

Grand Treasurer — Leo. D. Heartt. 
Raleigh. 

Grand Secretary — John C. Drewry. 
Raleigh. 

Grand Chaplain — Rev. Plato Dur- 
ham, Concord. 

Grand Historian — Marshall DeLan- 
cey Haywood, Raleigh. 

Grand Lecturer — Charles F. Rahn- 
son. of Farmington. 

Grand Auditor — Richard Williams, 
Greenville. 

Grand Custodian — J. E. Cameron. 
Kinston. 

Senior Grand Deacon — Frank Hob- 
good, Jr., Greensboro. 

Junior Grand Deacon — Alex. B. An- 
drews, Jr.. Raleigh. 

Grand Marshal — Claude L. Pridgen, 
Kinston. 

Grand Sword Bearer — George F. 
Norfleet, Winston-Salem. 

Grand Pursuivant — Henry A. 
Grady. Clinton. 

Grand Stewards — James C. Bras- 
well. Whitakers ; Charles N. Setzer, 
Charlotte. 



Grand Tiler — Robert H. Bradley, 
Raleigh. 



GRAND CHAPTER ROYAL ARCH 
MASONS. 

Grand High Priest— John B. Griggs, 
Elizabeth City. 

Deputy Grand High Priest — J. W. 
Shuford, Hickory. 

Grand King — W. M. Robinson, Wil- 
mington. 

Grand Scribe-- H. A. Murrill, Char- 
lotte. 

Grand Treasurer— M. S. Willard. 
Wilmington. 

Grand Secretary — J. C. Munds, Wil- 
mington. 

Grand Chaplain— Rev. F. N. Skin- 
ner, Beaufort. 

Grand Caplain of the Host — John E. 
Cameron, Kinston. 

Grand Principal Sojourner — J. T. 
Alderman, Henderson. 

Grand Royal Arch Captain — L. A. 
Dodsworth, Charlotte. 

Grand Master of the Third Veil — A. 
S. Guernard, Asheville. 

Grand Master of the Second Veil — 
Geo. S. Norfleet. Winston. 

Grand Master of the First Veil — H. 
E. Reid. Lincolnton. 

Grand Lecturer — F. M. Moye. Wil- 
son. 

Grand Sentinel — R. H. Bradley, Ral- 
eigh. 



N. C. STATE FEDERATION OF 
LABOR. 

President— O. R. Jerrett. Asheville. 

First Vice-President— W. S. Brad- 
ford, High Point. 

Second Vice-President — C. D. Shaw. 
Asheville. 

Third Vice-President— K. W. Webb, 
Greensboro. 

Fourth Vice-President — J. W. North- 
cott. High Point. 

Fifth Vice-President — J. J. Bryant. 
Hendersonville. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Samuel Wal- 
drop, Asheville. 

Executive Board — J. A. Robertson. 
Asheville: J. Sherman Blythe, Hen- 
dersonville; K. W. Thompson. High 
Point: A. J. Williams, Greensboro; 
Leo. Sugg. Asheville. 

GRAND COUNCIL ROYAL AND 
SELECT MASTERS. 

Grand Master — Henry G. Small- 
bones, Wilmington. 

Deputy Illustrious Grand Master — 
John E. Cameron, Kinston. 

Grand Principal Conductor of the 
Work — L. A. Dodsworth, Charlotte. 

Grand Treasurer — M. S. Willard, 
Wilmington. 

Grand Recorder — James C. Munds, 
Wilmington. 

Grand Captain of the Guard — J. T. 



SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



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Club rates $50.00 less. Address, 



R. T. VANN, President. 



Alderman, Henderson. 

Grand Conductor of the Council — 
A. S. Guerard, Asheville. 

Grand Steward— H. C. Butler, Ral- 
eigh. 

Grand Sentinel— R. H. Bradley, Ral- 
eigh. 



GRAND COMMANDERY KNIGHTS 
TEMPLAR. 

Grand Commander— R. E. Sir Wil- 
liam Anderson, Charlotte. 

Deputy Grand Commander — V. E. 
Sir John B. Griggs, Elizabeth City. 

Grand Generalissimo — E. Sir Wil- 
liam Brown, Winston. 

Grand Captain General — E. Sir Jas. 
C. Braswell, Whitakers. 

Grand Prelate — E. Sir George A. 
Tage, Charlotte. 

Grand Senior Warden — E Sir Henry 
G. Smallbones, Wilmington. 

Grand Junior Warden — E. Sir 
Orphius W. Spencer, Salisbury. 

Grand Treasurer — E. B. Neave, Sal- 
isbury. 

Grand Recorder — James C. Munds, 
Wilmington. 

Grand Standard-Bearer — E Sir C. 
M. Vanstory, Greensboro. 

Grand Sword Bearer — E. Sir Joseph 
F. Rhem, New Bern. 

Grand Warden— E. Sir B. F. Hall, 
Asheville. 

Grand Inspector — Martin S. Willard. 
Wilmington. 

Grand Instructor — F. M. Moye, Wil- 
son. 

Grand Sentinel— R. H. Bradley, Ral- 
eigh. 

GREAT COUNCIL IMPROVED OR- 
DER OF RED MEN. 



Great Junior Sagamore — W. J. 

Leary, Sr., Edenton. 

Great Prophet — Joseph E. Pogue, 
Raleigh. 

Great Chief of Records — W. Ben 
Goodwin, Elizabeth City. 

Great Keeper of Wampum — E. P. H. 
Strunck, Wilmington. 

Great Sannap— D. E. Henderson, 
New Bern. 

Great 3Iishinewa— W. E. Herndon, 
High Point. 

Great Guard of Wigwam— L. W. 
Holloman, Henderson. , 

Great Guard of Forest— T. H. Bate- 
man, Greenville. 

Great Representatives to Great 
Council of United States— W. Ben 
Goodwin. Elizabeth City; W. S. T.id- 
dell, Charlotte; E. A. Ebert, Winston- 
Salem; B. W. Taylor, Washington. 

Board of Appeals— R. C. Flanagan, 
Greenville; E. T. Stuart, Washington; 
Heenan Huhges, Graham. 

Committee on Judiciary — T. R. 
Tyer, Bath; Dr. D. L. .Tamos, Creen- 
ville. 



T. 



White. 



Great Sachem — Sam 
Greenville. 

Great Senior Sagamore — W. L. 

Stamey, High Point. 



JUNIOR ORDER U. A. M. 

State Councilor— John F. Reynolds, 
Winston-Salem. 

State Vice-Councilor — W. Ben Good- 
win, Elizabeth City. 

State Secretary — Sam F. Vance, 
Winston-Salem. 

State Council Treasurer — George V 
Fulp, Kernersville. 

State Conductor— D. H. Harris, Tar- 
boro. 

State Warden— J. R, Baggett, Bnies 
Creek. 

State Inside Sentinel— R. 11. Plyler, 
Albemarle. 

State Outside Sentinel AdolphuS 
Cheek. Burlington. 

State Chaplain— Rev. S !\ Nlcka, 
Pel ham. 



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SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



THE TRI-STATE MEDICAL, ASSO- 
CIATION OF THE CAROLINA* 
AM) VIRGINIA (N. C, S. C. 
AND VA.) 

President — Dr. Lee Grand Guerry, 
Columbia, S. C. 

Vice-Presidents — Dr. Wrn. W. Mc- 
Kinzie. Salisbury, N. C. ; Dr. Joseph 
A. White, Richmond, Va. : Dr. J. W. 
Jervey, Greenville, S. C. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Dr. J. Howell 
Way. Waynesville, N. C. 



n. 



B. P. O. ELKS. 

Organized May 20, 1901. 
Eastern District Deputy — J. C. 

Erinhaus. Elizabeth City, No. S50. 

Western District Deputy — Carl Har- 
riss. Winston. No. 449. 

Member Grand Lodge Committee on 
Charters — P. W. Thomas, Asheville, 
No. 60S. 

Loclres— Charlotte, 392 : Winston, 
449; Wilmington, 582; Greensboro, 
602; Durham. 56S: Asheville, 608: 
Salisbury, 699; Raleigh, 735: New 
Bern. 764; Goldsboro, 139: Washing- 
ton, 822; Wilson. 840; Elizabeth City, 
S56: Concord, 857; Rockv Mount. 
1038; Fayetteville. 1081. 

President — Thomas C. Daniels. New 
Bern. 

Vice-President — James S. Dunn, 
Winston-Salem. 

Director-General — A. H. Boyden, 
Salisbury. 

Grand Marshal — -John H. Andrews, 
Raleigh. 

Deputy Grand Marshal — E. H. Bean, 
Salisbury. 



ORDER OF THE CINCINNATI. 

President — Wilson G. Lamb. Wil- 
liamston. 

Vice-President — John Collins Daves, 
Baltimore, Md. 

Secretary — Marshall DeLancey Hay- 
wood. Raleigh. 

Assistant Secretary — John Bradley 
Lord, Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Treasurer — Walter DeLyle Carstar- 
phen. Plymouth. 

Assistant Treasurer — Bennehan Cam- 
eron. Raleigh. 

Chaplain — Rt. Rev. Joseph Blount 
Cheshire, Raleigh. 



NORTH CAROLINA SOCIETV OF 
THE SONS OP THE REVO- 
LUTION. 

President — Thomas S. Kenan, Ral- 
eigh. 

Vice-President — J. Bryan Grimes. 
Grimesland. 

Secretary — Marshall Delancey Hay- 
wood, Raleigh. 

Register — Daniel Harvey Hill, West 
Raleigh. 



Treasurer — William Watkins Rob- 
bards, Raleigh. , 

Chaplain — Rev. Robert Brent Drane, 
Edenton. 

Board of Managers — The above of- 
ficers ex officio and Alexander Boyd 
Andrews, Jr., Chairman, Raleigh; 
Julian Shakespeare Carr, Durham; 
Collier Cobb, Chapel Hill; Carle A. 
Woodruff (IT. S. A.), Raleigh : William 
Enos Stone, Raleigh; Charles Earl 
Johnson, Raleigh ; Alfred Moore 
Scales, Greensboro; Thomas Maslin, 
Winston-Salem; Junius Davis, Wil- 
mington. 



THE N. C. SOCIETY OF THE 

DAUGHTERS OF THE 

REVOLUTION. 

(Organized in Raleigh, Oct. 19, 1896.) 
(The National General Society organ- 
ized in New York Aug. 20, 1891.) 

Second Vice-President General for 
North Carolina — Mrs. E. E. Moffitt, 
Richmond, Va. 

Honorary State Regent and Founder 
— Mrs. Spier Whitaker, Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Officers for N. C. Society 1910-11. 

State Regent — Miss Mary Hilliard 
Hinton, Raleigh. 

Vice Regent — Miss Katherine Al- 
bertson, Elizabeth City. 

Registrar — Miss Eliza H. Drane, 
Edenton. 

Treasurer — Mrs. Mary B. Sherwood, 
Raleigh. 

Recording Secretary — Mrs. J. Leigh 
Skinner, Raleigh. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. Paul 
H. Lee. Raleigh. 

Librarian — Mrs. Hubert Haywood, 
Raleigh. 

Genealogist — Mrs. Helen deB. Wills, 
Raleigh. 

Custodian of Relics — Mrs. John E. 
Ray, Raleigh. 

Assistant Custodian — Miss Grace H. 
Bates, Raleigh. 

Board of Managers — Mrs. Annie 
Moore Parker. Chairman, Raleigh; 
Mrs. Mary Bryan Hollister, New 
Bern; Mrs. Wm. J. Pruden. Edenton; 
Mrs. James E. Shepherd, Raleigh. 

Chapters and Regents N. C. D. R. 

"Penelone Barker." Edenton — Mrs. 
Patrick Mathew. 

"Sir Walter Raleigh." Elizabeth 
City — Miss Katherine Albertson. 

"DeOraffenreid." New Bern — Mrs. 
Charles Hollister. 

Regent. 1S96-1902— Mrs. Spicer Whit- 

*Regent, 1902-1903— Mrs. D. H. Hill. 

Regent, 1903-1906— Mrs. T. K. Bru- 
nei'. 

Regent, 1906-1909— Mrs. E. E. Mof- 
fitt. 

♦Deceased December 12. 1904. 



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DAUGHTERS OF AMERICAN REVO- 
LUTION IN NORTH CAROLINA. 

Vice-President General National So- 
ciety D. A. R. — Mrs. Edwin C. Greg- 
ory, Salisbury. 

Ex-Vice-President General — Mrs. 
Lindsay Patterson, Winston-Salem. 

State Regent — Mrs. John Van Land- 
ingham, Charlotte. 

Honorary State Regents — Mrs. E. D. 
Latta, Charlotte; Mrs. Geo. Phifer 
Erwin, Morganton. 

State Vice Regent — Mrs. Wni. N. 
Reynolds, Winston-Salem. 

Recording Secretary— Miss Margaret 
Rankin, Charlotte. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. A. L. 
Smith, Charlotte. 

Treasurer— Mrs. H. D. Blake, Greens- 
boro. 

Historian— Mrs. James P. Moore. 

Salisbury. 

Chaplain — Mrs. D. F. Cannon, Salis- 
bury. 

Honorary Chaplain — Mrs. Josephine 
Branner, Waynesville. 

Chapters and Regents. 

"Charlotte." at Charlotte. Regent- 
Miss L. E. Orr. Members, 22. 

"Council Oak," Morganton. Regent 
— Mrs. A. C. Avery, Jr. Members, 15. 

"Dorcas Bell Lore." Waynesville. 
Regent— Mrs. M. W. Way. Members, 

24. 

"Edlard Buncombe." Asheville. Re- 



gent — Miss Grace Jones. Members, 34. 

"Elizabeth Maxwell Steele," Salis- 
bury. Regent — Mrs. James P. Moore. 
Members, 25. , 

"Port Dobbs," Statesville. Regent 
— Mrs. W. A. Thomas. Members, 13. 

"Guilford Battle," Greensboro. Re- 
gent— Mrs. W. P. Beall. Members 30. 

"Gen. Joseph Winston," Winston- 
Salem. Regent— Mrs. Jno. L. Gilmer. 
Members, 18. 

"Halifax Convention," Charlotte. 
Regent — Mrs. Edward Carson. Mem- 
bers, 19. 

"Liberty Hall," Charlotte. Regent- 
Mrs. Eugene Reilley. Members, 31. 

"Mary Slocuml)." Mooresville. llo- 
gent — Mrs. Geo. Goodman. Members, 
12. 

"Mecklenburg" Chapter, Charlotte. 
Regent— Mrs. Latta ('. Johnston. 
Members, 86. 

"Miles Harvev," Tarboro. Regent— 
Mrs. John Wed'dell. Members, 1s. 

"Thomas Polk," Charlotte. Regent 
—Mrs. W. W. Watt. Members, 19. 

"Whitmel Blount." Henderson. Re- 
pent — Mrs. W. O. Shannon. Members, 
34. 
N. C. Members of National Committees. 

Memorial Contineniul Hall— Mrs. Ed- 
Win C. Gregory, Mrs. Lindsay Pat- 
terson, Mrs. Jno. Van Lnndingham. 

Revolutionary Relics— Mrs. George 

Phifer Erwin. 



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SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



Preservation of Historic Spots — 

Mrs. Eugene Reilley. 

To Prevent Desecration of Flag — 
Miss Laura E. Orr. 

Patriotic Education — Mrs. Ohas. 
Van Noppen. 

Children of the Republic — Mrs. 
John Van Landingham. 

Child Labor — Mrs. Wni. N. Rey- 
nolds. 

Legislation in United States Con- 
gress — Mrs. Edwin R. Overman. 

Magazines — Mrs. Edwin C. Gregory. 

Conservation — Mrs. M. C. Quinn, 
Mrs. John Van Landingham, Mrs. B. 
C. Gregory. 



N. C. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Officers — J. H. Currie. President, 
Fayetteville: Joseph E. Pogue, Secre- 
tary, Raleigh ; S. L. Rotter, Treas- 
urer, Raleigh. 

Vice-Presidents (Permanent) — Kemp 
P. Battle. Chapel Hill ; Beneham Cam- 
eron, Raleigh ; Julian S. Carr, Dur- 
ham; John S. Cuningham. Cuning- 
ham, R. H. Battle, Raleigh: Charles 
McNamee, Biltmore; W. R. Cox. 
Penelo; J. A. Long. Roxboro ; Ashley 
Home, Clayton ; J. M. Crenshaw, 
Wake Forest; E. L. Daughtridge, 
Rocky Mount. 

District Vice-Presidents — First Dis- 
trict, W. P. Roberts, Gatesville; Sec- 
ond District, W. R. Capehart. Avoca ; 
Third District, W. L. Hill, Warsaw: 
Fourth District. D. Y. Cooper, Hen- 
derson ; Fifth District, L. Banks Holt. 
Graham ; Sixth District. Edward 
Smith. Dunn ; Seventh District, T. B. 
Bailey, Mocksville; Ninth District, S. 
B. Alexander, Charlotte; Tenth Dis- 
trict, G. F. Weston, Asheville. 

Vice-President for State-at-Large— 
W. A. Graham, Wake. 

(Vice-Presidents are ex officio mem- 
bers of the Executive Committee. 1 

Veterinary Surgeon— Dr. Tait But- 
ler, Raleigh. 

State Fair is held in October each 
year, at Raleigh. 

N. C. RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSO- 
CIATION. 

President — Edgar E. Broughton, 
Raleigh. 

Vice-President — J. Frank Morris. 
Winston-Salem. 

Secretary — E. L. Harris, Raleigh. 

Treasurer — J. R. Hoffman. Burling- 
ton. 

Attorney — A. B. Justice, Charlotte. 

Board of Directors — James I. John- 
son, Raleigh; Jas. W. Kight, Eliza- 
beth City; J. N. McCausland, Char- 
lotte; Archibald Nichols, Asheville: 
F. R. Brown, Salisbury. 

Vice-Presidents — First District, J. 
W. Kight, Elizabeth City; Second Dis- 
trict, B. G. Hicks, Louisburg: Third 



District, Leslie Weil, Goldsboro ; 
Fourth District, J. B. Pearce. Ral- 
eigh; Fifth District, H. A. Moffltt, 
High Point; Sixth District, H. M. 
Hall. Wilmington; Seventh District, 
A. T. Morris, Thomasville; Eighth 
District, T. B. Brown, Salisbury; 
Ninth District, C. W. Parker, Char- 
lotte; Tenth District, S. Lipinsky, 
Asheville. 



N. C. ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE. 

President State Convention — Heriot 
Clarkson, Charlotte. 

Vice-Presidents — W. C. Dowd, Char- 
lotte; R. B. White, Franklinton; 
George P. Pell, Winston-Salem; J. H. 
Tucker, Asheville; A. M. Scales, 
Greensboro; J. A. Tartness, States- 
ville; J. A. Brown, Whiteville; E. E. 
Hilliard, Scotland Neck ; J. J. Rogers, 
Kinston ; W. S. O'B. Robinson, Golds- 
boro : W. C. Douglass, Raleigh; G. W. 
Watts, Durham; W. I. Everett, Rock- 
ingham ; C. W. Mitchell, Aulauder. 

State Organizer — R. L. Davis, Wil- 
son. 

Secretary — J. Edward Pegram, Dur- 
ham. 

Executive Committee — Clarence H. 
Poe, Chairman, Raleigh ; J. W. Bailey, 
Raleigh ; John A. Oates, Fayetteville ; 
T. N. Ivey, Raleigh ; Q. K. Nimocks, 
Fayetteville; W. B. Cooper, Wilming- 
ton; W. H. Sprunt, Wilmington; R. 
C. Beaman. New Bern; N. B. Brough- 
ton, Raleigh: J. O. Atkinson, Elon ' 
College; A. J. McKelway, Charlotte; 
I C. Blair, Treasurer, Raleigh ; J. I. 
Johnson, Raleigh ; B. Craig, Rocky 
Mount; G. T. Adams, Durham; S. 
Mclntyre. Lumberton ; W. N. Jones, 
Raleigh ; H. A. Page, Aberdeen ; 
Josephus Daniels, Raleigh; H. A. 
London, Pittsboro: J. E. Underwood, 
Rockingham. 

N. C. LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 

President — Louis R. Wilson, Chapel j 
Hill. 

First Vice-President — J. Frank 
Wilkes, Charlotte. 

Second Vice-President — Miss Bertha 
Rosenthal. Raleigh. 

Secretary — Miss Sarah Kirby, 
Goldsboro. 

Treasurer — J. P. Breedlove, Durham. 
Durham. 

N. C. LIBRARY COMMISSION. 

rhairman — L. R. Wilson, Chapel 
Hill. 

Secretary—Mrs. Annie Smith Ross, 
Charlotte. 

Charles Lee Smith, Raleigh: J. Y. 
Joyner, Raleigh ; M. O. Sherrill, Ral- 
eigh. 

General Secretary — Miss Minnie W. 
Leithermnn, Raleigh. 

Commission has headquarters in 
State Library. 



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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. CHILDS, President. 



N. C. CHILD LABOR COMMITTEE. 

Acting Chairman — Clarence H. Poe, 
Raleigh. 

Secretary — C. L. Coon, Wilson. 

C. B. Aycock, Raleigh; J. W. 
Bailey, Raleigh; R. F. Campbell, D. 
D., Asheville; Bishop Joseph Blount 
Cheshire, Raleigh; J. J. Hall, D. D., 



Fayetteville ; W. E. Stone, Raleigh; 
T. N. Ivey, D. D., Raleigh; T. J. 
.Tarvis, Greenville; A. J. McKelway, 
Charlotte; A. M. Scales, Greensboro; 
Henry A. Page, Aberdeen; Edwin 
Mims, Chapel Hill; W. L. Poteat; 
Wake Forest; Hubert A. Royster, 
Raleigh; R. T. Vann, D. D., Raleigh. 



NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL GUARD. 



N. C. NATIONAL GUARD. 
Commander-in-Chief — Governor Wil- 
liam Walton Kitchin. 

Brigadier General — Joseph F. Arm- 
field, Adjutant-General and Chief of 
Staff. 

Personal Staff of the Conimander- 
in Chief. 

Alex. J. Feild, Private Secretary 
and Colonel, Raleigh. 

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

Henry A. Grady, Aide-de-Camp 
and Colonel, Clinton. 

H. Montague, Aide-de-Camp and 
Colonel, Winston-Salem. 

Finlay L. Williamson, Aide-de- 
Camp and Colonel, Burlington. 

C. B. Armstrong, Aide-de-Camp and 
Colonel, Gastonia. 

S. W. Cooper, Aide-de-Camp and 
Colonel, Fayetteville. 

General Staff — Adjutant General's De- 
partment. 

Joseph F. Armfleld, Adjutant Gen- 
eral and Brigadier General, Raleigh. 

Alfred Williams. Assistant Adjutant 
General and Colonel, Raleigh. 

R. L. Leinster, Assistant Adjutant 
General and Lieutenant-Colonel. Ral- 



Adjutant 



eigh. 

A. A. Hicks, Assistant 
General and Major, Oxford. 

E. A. Daniel, Jr., Assistant Adju- 
tant General and Major, Washington. 

W. A. Foil, Assistant Adjutant Gen- 
eral and Major. 
QnarterMaster General's Department. 

Francis A. Macon. Quartermaster 
and General Brigadier General, Ileu- 
derson. 

Wyandham E. Gary, Assistant 
Quartermaster General and Lieutenant 
Colonel, Henderson. 

Mark W. Williams, Assistant Quar- 
termaster General and Major, Char- 
lotte. 

J. W. Dalton, Assistant Quarter- 
master General and Major, Winston- 
Salem. 

J. L. Currin, Assistant Quartermas- 
ter General and Captain, Henderson. 
Inspector General's Department. 

Thos. Stringfleld, Inspector General 
and Colonel. Waynesville. 

Henry D. Harper, Assistant Inspec- 
tor General and Lieutenant-Colonel, 
Kinston. 

H. B. Parker, Assistant Inspector 
General and Major, Goldsboro. 

J. D. Gwynn. Assistant Inspector 
General and Major, Reldsvllle. 



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NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL GUARD. 



J. P. Meadows, Assistant Inspector 
General and Major, Roxboro. 

William Radham, Assistant Inspec- 
tor General and Major, Edenton. 

J. C. Michie, Assistant Inspector 
General and Major, Durham. 

Commissary Department. 

Wyatt L. MeGhee, Commissary Gen- 
eral and Colonel, Franklinton. 

Thos. R. Ori'ell, Assistant Commis- 
sary General and Lieutenant-Colonel. 
Wilmington. 

R. H. Reinhardt, Assistant Com- 
missary General and Major, Lincoln- 
ton. 

I. W. Little. Assistant Commissary 
General and Major. Wilmington. 

C. A. Hunt, Assistant Commissary 
General and Major. Lexington. 

Roger Gant. Assistant Commissary 
General and Major, Alamance County. 

Engineer's Department. 

Jacob L. Ludlow, Cbief of Engi- 
neers and Colonel, Winston-Salem. 

R. S. Neal. Assistant Cbief of En- 
gineers and Lieutenant-Colonel, Wash- 
ington. 

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

J. C. Mintz. Assistant Chief of En- 
gineers and Major, Shallotte. 

Robt. M. Coburn. Assistant Chief of 
Engineers and Major. Raleigh. 

Thos. B. Whitted, Assistant chief of 
Engineers and Major, Charlotte. 

Paymaster's Department. 

James G. Hollingsworth, Paymaster 
General and Colonel, Fayetteville. 

Wentworth W. Peirce, Assistant 
Paymaster (General and Lieutenant- 
Colonel, Faison. 

Raleigh T. Daniel. Assistant Pay- 
master General and Major. Weldon. 

R. G. Allsbrook. Assistant Paymas- 
ter General and Major. Tnrboro. 

Edward L. Conn, Assistant Pay- 
master General and Major, Raleigh. 

E. G. Sherrill, Assistant Paymaster 
General and Major, Greensboro. 

M. L. Cannon. Assistant Paymaster 
General and Major, Concord. 

Ordnance Department. 

Thos. R. Robertson. Chief of Ord- 
nance and Colonel, Raleigh. 

W. F. Robertson, Ordnance Officer 
and Lieutenant Colonel, Wilmington. 

J. B. Thomas, Ordnance Officer and 
Major. Louisburg. 

Powers, A. K., Ordnance Officer and 
Major. Burlaw. 

J. C. Mills, Ordnance Officer and 
Major. Rutherfordton. 

J. M. Camphell, Ordnance Officer 
and Major, Asheville. 

J. Leigh Skinner, Ordnance Officer 
and Major. Raleigh. 

L. B. Bristol. Ordnance Officer and 
Major. Statesville. 



Judge Advocate General's Department. 

A. C. Davis, Judge Advocate Gen- 
eral and Colonel, Goldsboro. 

V. C. Bullard, Assistant Judge Ad- 
vocate General and Lieutenant-Colo- 
nel. Fayetteville. 

T. A. Lyon, Assistant Judge Advo- 
cate General and Major, Elizabeth- 
town. 

J. D. Proctor, Assistant Judge Ad- 
vocate General and Major. Lumberton. 

A. P. Godwin, Assistant Judge Ad- 
vocate General and Major, Gatesville. 

Elijah Moffitt, Assistant Judge Ad- 
vocate General and Major, Asheboro. 

Medical Department. 

S. Westray Battle, Colonel Surgeon 
General. Asheville. 

Phillip J. Macon, Assistant Surgeon 
General and Lieutenant Colonel, War- 
renton. 

Chas. C. Jordan, Assistant Surgeon 
General and Major, Asheville. 

E. B. Glenn, Assistant Surgeon Gen- 
eral and Major, Asheville. 

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

A. H. Harriss. Assistant Surgeon 
General and Major, Wilmington. 

J .V. McGougan, Assistant Surgeon 
General and Major, Fayetteville. 

B. J. Witherspoon, Assistant Sur- 
geon General and Captain, Charlotte. 

E. C. Boyette. Assistant Surgeon 
General and Cantain, Charlotte. 

M. B. Abernethy. Assistant Sugeon 
General and Captain. Reidsville. 

J. Lewis Hanes, Assistant Surgeon 
General and First Lieutenant, Win- 
ston-Salem. 

Claud L. Pridgen. Assistant Sur- 
geon General and First Lieutenant, 
Klnston. 

First Brigade — Field and Staff. 

B. S. Royster. Brigade Comman- 
der and Brigadier General, Oxford. 

R. L. Leinster. Assistant Adjutant 
General and Lieutenant Colonel. Ral- 
eigh. 

J. W. Dalton, Chief Quartermaster 
and Major, Winston-Salem. 

Roger Gant. Chief Commissary and 
Mni^r. Durham. 

John C. Michie, Inspector and 
Major. Durham. 

J. B. Thomas. Ordnance Officer and 
Maior. Louisburg. 

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

J. D. Proctor. Judge Advocate and 
Maior. Lumberton. 

J. Leigh Skinner, Inspector Small 
Arms Practice and Major, Raleigh. 

First Regiment. 

Colonel— J. T. Gardner, Shelby. 

Lieutenant-Colonel — J. C. Bessent. 
Winston-Salem. 

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



NORT CAROLINA NATIONAL GUARD. 



31 



The North Carolina State Normal 
and Industrial College 

Offers to the young women of the State four regu- 
lar courses leading to the degrees of Bachelor of 
Pedagogy, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science 
and Bachelor of Music. The nineteenth annual 
session begins September, 1910. 



THE SPECIAL, TWO MONTHS' COURSES FOR TEACHERS AND 
GRADUATES OF OTHER COLLEGES BEGINS APRIL 1ST, 1910. 
For catalogue and other information address, 



President, 1. I FOUST, 



GREENSBORO, N. C. 



L. W. Young, Asheville. 

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

Captain and Chaplain — W. R. Min- 
ter. Lincoluton. 

Captain and Quartermaster— J. D. 
Linberger, Shelby. 

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

First Lieutenants and Battalion Ad- 
jutants — ,Toe Hill. Concord; Lieuten- 
ants, H. A. Millis, High Point; A. W. 
Freeman, Waynesville. 

Second Lieutenants, Batallion Q. 
M.'s and Commissaries, H. A. Millis, 
His;h Point: R. H. Morrisson. Stanly; 
T. W. Eshelman, High Point. 

Company A — Captain E. Lyerly, 
Hickory. 

Company B — Captain A. L. Bul- 
winkle, Dallas. 

Company C — Captain J. G. Wooten, 
Winston-Salem. 

Company D — Captain R. A. Page, 
Charlotte. 

Company E — Captain .T. E. Deitz, 
Statesville. 

Company F — Captain F. M. Lind- 
sey, Asheville. 

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

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

Company I — Captain W. A. Jack- 
son. Mount Airy. 

Company K— Captain C. T. Bard, 



Asheville. 

Company L — Captain Louis A. 
Brown, Concord. 

Company M — Captain E. P. Car- 
penter, High Point. 

Second Regiment. 

Colonel — H. C. Bragaw, Washing- 
ton. 

Lieutenant-Colonel — J. Van B. 
Metts, Wilmington. 

Majors— C. B. Elliott, Edenton ; W. 
C. Rodman, Washington; T. S. Pace, 
Wilson. 

Captain and Adjutant— H. A. Mur- 
ray, Wilson. 

Captain and Quartermaster — J. N. 
Pearce, Wilson. * 

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

Captain and Commissary — F. L. 
Black, Maxton. 

First Lieutenants and Battalion Ad- 
jutants — J. T. Uortcli. Goldsboro; 
R. Graham White, Edenton; W. It. 
Capehart, Avoca. 

Second Lieutenants — Battalion, Q. 
M.'s and Commissaries — W. M. Bond, 
Edenton; R. G. White, Edenton; D. .T. 
Murray. Wilson. 

Company A — Captain Paul Jones, 
Tarboro. 

Company B — Captain A. L. C. Hill. 
Kinston. 

Company C — Captain J. L. Lewis, 
Rocky Mount. 



NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL GUARD. 



Company D — Captain \V. H. Morgan, 
Goldsboro. 

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

Company F — Captain B. R. Mc- 
Ketlinn, Fayetteville. 

Company G — Captain O. B. Wynne. 
Washington. 

Company H — Captain C. M. Fair- 
cloth, Clinton. 

Company I— Captain J. L. Wiggins. 
Edenton. 

Company K — Captain E. F. Nadal, 
Wilson. 

Company L — Captain J. B. Malloy, 
Lumber Bridge. 

Company M — Captain O. W. Ben- 
nett, Jr., Maxton. 

Third Regiment. 

Colonel — J. N. Craig, Reidsville. 

Lieutenant-Colonel— S. W. Minor, 
Durham. 

Majors — J. J. Bernard. Raleigh; C. 
L. McGhee, Frauklinton ; R. M. Al- 
bright, Raleigh. 

Captain and Adjutant — S. Glenn 
Brown, Greensboro. 

Captain and Quartermaster — W. T. 
Whitten, ITenderson. 

Captain and Commissary— R. W. 
Morphis. Reidsville. 

Captain and Chaplain — Rev. Alpheus 
MeOullen. Washington. 

First Lieutenants and Battalion Ad- 
jutants — S. E. Winston. Youngsville ; 
W. R. Miller, Raleigh; Gordon Smith. 
Raleigh. 

Second Lieutenants, Battalion, Q. 
M.'s and Commissaries — B. F. Green. 
Franklinton ; S. L. Rotter, Raleigh ; 
A. C. Mendenhall, Greensboro. 

Company A — Captain W. H. Phil- 
lips, Lexington. 

Company B — Captain W. F. Moody, 
Raleigh. 

Company C — Captain B. F. Payne, 
Henderson. 

Company D — C. H. Banks, Louis- 
burg. 

Comnany E — Captain J. Robt. Wood, 
Oxford. 

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

Company G— Captain R. G. Glad- 
stone, Reidsville. 

Company H — Captain Frank Rose, 
Warrenton. 

Company I — Captain J. C. Freeman. 
Burlington. 

Company K — Captain H. L. Allen, 
Weldon. 

Comnany L — Captain E. D. Kuyken- 
dall. Greensboro. 

Comnany M — Captain S. C. Cham- 
bers, Durham. 

COAST ARTILLERY CORPS. 

Field and Staff. 

Max L. Barker, Major and Com- 
mander, Salisbury. ' 



L. M. Dodameed, Captain and Ad- 
jutant. High Point. 

W. D. Marrow, Captain and Artil- 
lery Engineer, Greensboro. 

Walter R. Cox, Captain and Quar- 
termaster, Salisbury. 

J. Holmes Davis, First Lieutenant 
and Ordnance Officer. 

First Company — New Bern. 
J. H. Wed dell. Captain. 
Ralph H. Smith, First Lieutenant. 
W. R. Pate, Second Lieutenant. 
Second Company — Wilmington. 
Edwin A. Metts, Captain.' 
P. L. Cautwell, First Lieutenant. 
J. B. Lynch. Second Lieutenant. 
Third Company — Greensboro. 

E. D. Kuykendall, Captain. 

R. W. Brewer, First Lieutenant. 

C. D. Smith, Second Lieutenant. 
Fourth Company — Salisbury. 

Chas. E. Smith, Captain. 

Rome N. Porter. First Lieutenant. 

Julian A. McKenzie, Second Lieuten- 
ant. 
Naval Brigade — Commander's Staff. 

Tom C. Daniel, Commander and 
Captain. New Bern. 

F. H. Shipp. Chief of Staff and 
Lieutenant Commander. New Bern. 

E. Ellis Williams, Chief Engineer 
and Lieutenant Commander, New 
Bern. 

R. DuVal Jones, Surgeon and Lieu- 
tenant Commander, New Bern. 

T. D. Carraway. Paymaster. Lieu- 
tenant Commander. New Bern. 

A. T. Willis, Signal Officer and 
Lieutenant, New Bern. 

W. J. Jackson, Aide and Lieutenant 
J. G.. Plymouth. 

C. F. Smith, Chaplain and Lieuten- 
ant, Elizabeth City. 
First Battalion — Commander and Staff. 

C. D. Bradham, Commanding Com- 
mander, New Bern. 

H. M. Chase, Executive Officer and 
Lieutenant Commander. Wilmington. 

W. G. Dixon. Navigator and Lien- 
tenant. Oriental. 

R. Bareliff, Engineer Officer and 
Lieutenant. Oriental. 

J. F. Patterson, Surgeon and Lieu- 
tenant. New Bern. 

W. E. Smith, Assistant Engineer 
and Lieutenant J. G., New Bern. 

J. E. Bunting. Gunnery Officer. Ad- 
jutant and Lieutenant, J. G., Wilm- 
ington. 

First Division. 

Cuthbert Martin, Lieutenant, Wil- 
mington. 

J. M. Murphy, Lieutenant J. G., 
Wilmington. 

G. T. Williamson, Ensign, Wilming- 
ton. 

Second Division. 

C. J. McSorley, Lieutenant, New 
Bern. 

R. H. Dowdy, Lieutenant J. G., 



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PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE FOR WOMEN 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

Rev. J. R. BRIDGES, D. D., President 

SEND FOR CATALOGUE. 

BUILDING — The largest and finest in the State. Recently built. Ele- 
gantly furnished. 

CONVENIENCES — Hot and Cold Baths, Steam Heat, Electric Lights, 
Bed-room limited to two girls each. Fire escapes. 

ADVANTAGES — Situated in center of city on a five-acre lot. Finely 
equipped Gymnasium, with regular gymnasium course. One of the largest 
Pipe Organs in the South. Music and Art Specialties. 

FACULTY — Full Faculty of experienced Teachers. 

RATES — Lower than any school of the same grade in the State. 



New Bern. 

Nelson P. Angel, Ensign. New Bern. 

Second Battalion — Commander and 
Staff. 

J. L. Phelps, Commanding Comman- 
der, Creswell. 

J. T. Smithwick, Executive Officer 
and Lieutenant Commander, Windsor. 

Brad Sanders, Engineer Officer and 
Lieutenant, Elizabeth City. 

A. W. Disoway, Surgeon and Lieu- 
tenant, Plymouth. 

C. W. Hollow-ell, Paymaster and 
Lieutenant, Elizabeth City. 

W. R. Hampton, Gunnery Officer, 
and Adjutant, Lieutenant J. G., Ply- 
mouth. 

Third Division. 

W. M. Sutton, Lieutenant, Windsor. 

F. M. Dunstan, Lieutenant J. G.. 



Windsor. 
J. W. Johnson. Ensign, Windsor. 

Fourth Division. 

Clarence Latham, Lieutenant, Ply- 
mouth. 

Robt. P. Walker, Lieutenant J. G., 
Plymouth. 

J. S. Norman, Ensign, Plymouth. 

Fifth Division. 

W. A. Worth, Lieutenant, Eliza- 
beth City. 

J. C. B. Eringhaus, Lieutenant J. 
G., Elizabeth City. 

A. L. Sanders, Ensign, Elizabeth 
City. 

Sixth Division. 

W. B. Ward, Lieutenant, Oriental. 
C. V. Parker, Lieutenant, J. G., 
Oriental. 
W. J. Moore. Jr., Ensign, Oriental. 



North Carolina Divorce Laws. 



Marriages may be dissolved and th3 
1 parties thereto divorced from the 
bonds of matrimony in North Caro- 
lina in the following cases : 

1. If the husband shall commit for- 
nication and adultry. 

2. If the wife shall commit adultery. 

3. If either party at the time of the 
marriage was and still is naturally 
impotent. 

4. If the wife at the time of the 
marriage be pregnant, and the hus- 
band be ignorant of the fact of such 
pregnancy and be not the father of 
the child with which the wife was 
pregnant at the time of the marriage. 

5. If there shall have been a separa- 
tion of husband and wife, and (hey 
shall have lived separate and apart 



for ten successive years, and they 
shall have resided in this State fo/ 
that period, and no children shall 
have been born of the marriage. 



Bank Statistics. 

State, Private and Savings Banks. 

Captial stock ? 7,741,852.29 

Time certificates of deposit 4,671,565.81 
Deposits subject to check. 22,515,788.29 
Demand certificates of dep. 3,084.097.15 

Savings deposits 3,809.974.31 

Deposits in trust 1,625.087.15 

Total assets 50.3S0.C20.57 

National Banks. 

Circulation C.003.250.00 

Deposits 21 .826,933 08 

Capital 7,035.000.00 

Assets 46,772,630.00 



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PUBLIC SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



PUBLIC SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



; r. r. 



Counties. 



Alamance 9,471 

Alexander 4,054 

Alleghany 3,121 

Anson 8,610 

Ashe 7,467 

Beaufort 9,525 

Bertie 7,700 

Bladen 5,785 

Brunswick 4,717 

Buncombe 17,131 

Burke 6,888 

Cabarrus 8,586 

Caldwell 6,924 

Camden 2,128 

Carteret 4,175 

Caswell 4,968 

Catawba 9,823 

Chatham 8,059 

Cherokee 5,188 

Chowan 3,379 

Clav 1.498 

Cleveland 10,101 

Columbus 9,015 

Craven 7,558 

Cumberland 12,366 

Currituck 2,791 

Dare 1,652 

Davidson 9.27:: 

Davie 4.636 

Duplin 8,050 

Durham 10,963 

Edgecombe 10.131 

Forsyth 14.293 

Franklin 8,667 

Gaston 12,424 

Gates 3,959 

Graham 1.683 

Granville 8.375 

Greene 4,153 

Guilford 18,379 

Halifax 11.605 

Harnett 7,145 

Ha v wood 6,739 

Henderson 5.150 

Hertford 5.400 

Hvde 3.08S 

Iredell 11.249 

Jackson 4.691 

■ T ohnston 13.505 

Dee 3,857 

.Tones 2.793 

Lenoir 6.635 

Lincoln 6.057 

Macon 4.347 

Madison 7,906 





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1,623.33 

694. 86 

534.94 

1,576.78 

1,279.84 

1,632.59 

1,320.81 

991.55 

808.50 

2.936.25 

1,180.60 

1,471.64 

1,186.77 

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715. 60 

851.52 

1,683.66 

1,381.31 

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579.16 

263.58 

1,731.31 

1.545.17 

1,295.44 

2.119.5:; 

478.38 

290.01 

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794.61 

1,379.77 

1,879.06 

1.736.45 

2,449.82 

1.485.52 

2.129.17 

678.57 

295.29 

1.435.48 

711.82 

3,153.59 

2,004.52 

1.224.65 

1 .155.06 

882.71 

925.56 

529.28 

1 .928.28 

804.04 

2.314.75 

661.09 

478.72 

1,137.23 

1.0.'48.17 

745.08 

1.355.00 



Martin ,.. 5.S03 

McDowell 5,713 

Mecklenburg 21,307 

Mitchell 6.493 

Montgomery 5,255 

.Moore 5,827 

Nash 9,950 

New Hanover r,689 

Northampton 7,077 

( Inslow 4,706 

Orange 4,933 

Pamlico 3,486 

Pasquotank 5.286 

Pender 4,802 

Perquimans 3,621 

Person 5,812 

Pitt „ 12,597 

Polk 2,518 

Randolph 10.150 

Richmond 6.741 

Robeson 16,049 

Rockingham 13.501 

Rowan 12,321 

Rutherford 9.579 

Sampson 9,900 

Scotland 3,359 

Stanly 6.943 

Stokes 6.926 

Surrv 10,326 

Swain 3.164 

Transylvania 2,370 

Tyrrell 1.828 

Union 10.813 

Vance 6.569 

Wake 20.590 

Warren 7.022 

Washington 3.627 

Watauga 5.206 

Wayne 11.40.3 

Wilkes 10.764 

Wilson 9.229 

Yadkin 5.426 

Yancey 4.455 

Total 729.089 



994.29 

979.21 

3,652.02 

1,112.90 

900.71 

T. 18.75 

1.705.43 

1,317.89 

1.213.00 

806.60 

845.52 

597.50 

906.02 

823.06 

620.64 

996.18 

2.159.13 

431.59 

1.739.71 

1.155.41 

2,750.80 

2,314.07 

2.111.82 

1,641.84 

1,696.86 

575.73 

1.190.03 

1.187.12 

1 .769.88 

542.31 

406.22 

320.14 

1,853.35 

1 1 °5 92 

3.529.13 

1,203.57 

621.67 

892.31 

1 954 47 

1 .844.95 

1,584 85 

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Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov, 



1893. 

1804. 
4995. 
1896. 

4897. 

4898. 

1899. 

1900. 
1901 . 
1002. 
1903. 

1904. 

1905. 
30, 1906. 
30, 1907. 
30, 1908. 
30. 1909.1 



30, 

30, 
30, 
30. 
30, 
30, 
30. 
30, 
30. 
30, 
30. 
30, 
30. 



21 
115 
133 

151 
147 
156 
207 
306 
327 
395 
554 
540 
697 
821 
839 
763 
051 



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DEMOCRATIC STATE PLATFORM— 1908. 



DEMOCRATIC STATE PLATFORM— 1908. 



Adopted at Charlotte, N. C, June 29, 1908. 



The Democracy of North Carolina, 
in convention assembled, reaffirms its 
allegiance to the cardinal principles of 
true Democratic government, and con- 
gratulates the people upon the wise, 
the progressive and the economical 
conduct of public affairs since its res- 
toration to power in this State. 
Democratic Progress. 

In the inaugural address of Gov- 
ernor Aycock, January, 1901, is this 
sentence : "This year we meet under ex- 
traordinary circumstances; one party 
goes out and another comes in ; one 
policy ends and a new one begins." 

At that time the Democratic Party 
again entered into power ; Democratic 
policy became the controlling policy 
of our State. The achievements of 
those years are unmistakably great. 
To the trust imposed the Democratic 
party has 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 people. 
State affairs have been conducted with 
clean efficiency, and to the people has 
come peace. 

Out of the very shadow of disorder 
the record begins. There is now no 
more disorder and no more doubt. The 
people have come into their own. Re- 
sponsible government is made sure. 
Conditions encourage the full and free 
development of our industries. To 
the child is given greater and greater 
opportunity for knowledge, and North 
Carolina is become a national leader 
in popular education. A stable gov- 
ernment has inspired confidence. 
Local improvements are pushed with 
vigor. Good schools and good roads 
are no longer a dream, but are grow- 
ing realities. State institutions have 
been managed with credit and with- 
out scandal. The record is uumarred 
by official misconduct. Appropriations 
have increased as our needs demand, 
while taxes are reduced. Even the 
convict is now made to add his part 
to the support of our government. 

Tbe Confederate soldier has been 
remembered with gratitude and in- 
creased provision made against want 
in the days of his old age. The needs 
of the unfortunate are met and the 
call of the afflicted is answered. To 
the blind and to the deaf the State 
now holds open the door of hope. 
For her unfortunate insane she pro- 
vides a refuge of comfort. That the 
Legislature of 1907 could dedicate one- 
half million dollars for the adequate 
' care of all our unfortunates shows 



the growth of our ability and the 
certainty of our care. 

And the Democratic Party pledges 
itself to maintain those policies 
which make for the development of 
every section of our State, for tbe se- 
curity of our people and for the sta- 
bility of our institutions. 

Democratic Officials Endorsed. 

We endorse the able and progres- 
sive administration of Governor R. B. 
Glenn and the other State officers, 
and we approve and commend to tbe 
people of North Carolina the record 
of our Senators and Representatives 
in the Congress of the United States. 
Good Roads. 

We regard with approval the in- 
creased interest in permanent road 
building, and, recognizing that the ad- 
vantage in the way of greatly in- 
creased land values, of quick and easy 
transportation over good roads and 
the consequent saving of wear and 
tear on stock and vehicles may no 
longer be doubted, but is an undoubt- 
ed result, clearly seen in those sec- 
tions of North Carolina and other 
States where such roads are in use, 
and believing that with a constantly 
improving school system, 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 fake 
such action on this matter as may 
seem best. 

Education. 

We believe that education is one of 
the fundamental needs of all govern- 
ment. We believe that every prospec- 
tive citizen has tbe right to receive 
and it is the duty of the State to 
furnish adequate preparation for sjich 
citizenship. We congratulate the peo- 
ple on the fact that a four-months 
school in every district is no longer 
merely a promise, but a realization. 
We commend the administration of 
our educational affairs and pledge to 
the people the continuation of that 
policy, which has accomplished so 
great good. 

Railroad Rates. 

The Democratic Party has kept its 
promise and materially reduced pas- 
senger and freight rates in the State. 
It has given to the people lower 
rates, and the reports of the railroad 
companies show that this reduction 



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DEMOCRATIC STATE PLATFORM— 190S. 



of rates has been accompanied by in- 
creased revenue on that class of busi- 
ness affected by the laws of the State 
reducing the rates. 
Enterprise :in«l Industry Fostered. 

We deli arc that the best interests 
of the State demand that all of our 
people shall unite in earnest en- 
deavors to secure employment at fair 
wages for all of our fellow citizens 
who are now Idle or who are work- 
ing on short time, by no fault of 
theirs, but by reason of the panic 
caused by Reoublican policies. 

Every enterprise looking to the in- 
yestment of capital and employment 
of skilled labor should be fostered 
and encouraged by the State. 
Foreign Corporations. 

All foreign. corporations doing busi- 
ness in this State should be required 
to obtain license to do so, and the 
license of any such corporation should 
be revoked if watered stock or bonds 
lie issued by it in violation of State 
statutes or without the approval of 
properly constituted legal authorities. 

Foreign corporations doing business 
in this State should be required to 
submit to the jurisdiction of the 
courts of the State, under penalty of 
having their license to do business in 
the State revoked. 

Campaign Contributions. 

All contributions to political parties 
or for political purposes should be 
made public at once, and the charter 
of any domestic corporation doing 
business in this State and the license 
of any foreign corporation should be 
revoked if any such corporation con- 
tributes to any political campaign 
fund or to any fund for the purpose 
of aiding in or procuring the nomina- 
tion of any candidate for public office. 

Public Service Corporations. 

All public service corporations and 
natural monopolies should be brought 
under 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 after paying 
operating expenses, including just 
and ample wages to employees. 

Private Monopolies. 

Private monopolies should be de- 
stroyed. Conspiracies by prospective 
purchasers to put down or keep down 
the prices of articles produced by the 
labor of others should be made crimi- 
nal, and all persons or corporations 
entering into such conspiracies should 
be punished; and we condemn in 
every form subsidies, gratuities, 
bonuses, trusts and monopolies, and 
they should not be tolerated. 



Discrimination and Rebates. 

Congress should so amend the inter- 
state commerce law as to prevent dis- 
crimination and rebates in interstate 
traffic and provide for the punish- 
ment by imprisonment of officers of 
railroads and other common carriers 
and public service corporations vio- 
lating such laws, and particularly to 
make unlawful such discriminations 
as are now or may in the future 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 na- 
tural advantages. 

The party in power in the nation 
that has so long failed to correct such 
inequalities is equally guilty with the 
public service corporations for the 
disadvantages under which this State 
has labored. 

Free Passes, Franks, Etc. 

No railroad company, telegraph 
company, telephone company, express 
company or other public service cor- 
poration should be permitted to issue 
or grant to any person except officers 
and employees any free pass, frank 
or other free service, privilege, benefit 
or favor, and any person receiving 
any such free pass, frank or other 
service, privilege, benefit or favor 
should be made equally guilty with 
the corporation issuing or granting 
the same. 

Ffiual Justice to All Legitimate En- 
terprises. 

We pledge, not only to citizens of 
this State, but to citizens of other 
States, that all capital invested in 
legitimate enterprises in North Caro- 
lina, whether foreign or domestic, cor- 
porate or private, shall have the equal 
protection of the laws and the equal 
friendly consideration of those who 
administer the laws: and we further 
pledge that all such persons or cor- 
porations violating the provisions of 
the law r s shall be made to feel and 
suffer the full penalties for such vio- 
lations. 

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 de- 
clare that most of the legislation en- 
acted by that body is cheap, tawdry, 
hypocritical makeshift. 

The Currency Bill. 

We denounce the Cannon-Vreeland- 
Aldrich currency bill which was 
passed by the last session of Con- 
gress in the interest and at the dicta- 
tion of a handful of great banks and 



DEMOCRATIC STATE PLATFORM— l'JOS. 



39 



Atlantic Christian College 

WILSON, N. C. 

JESSE C. CALDWELL, President. 
A Faculty of Twelve Teachers Conferring Academic Degrees. 

DEPARTMENTS — Collegiate, Biblical, Preparatory, Musical (Piano and 
voice) ; Business, Expression, Fine Arts. 

CO-EDUCATIONAL — Young Ladies' Boarding School, under charge of 
President and ladies of Faculty. Young Men's Home under charge of com- 
petent professor. 

Modern Plant, Steam Heal, Electric Lights, Filtered Water Supply, Good 
Health Record, Christian Environments, Beautiful Campus, Mild But Posi- 
tive Discipline. 



speculators who occupy offices on 
Wall Street. This iniquitous meas- 
ure, which further 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 lash of the czar-like meth- 
ods of the Speaker and through the 
trickery of the Republican dictator 
of the Senate. No more shameless 
spectacle has ever been presented to 
the American people than the method 
by which this hybrid and iniquitous 
measure was railroaded through Con- 
gress. This bill turns over the Treas- 
ury of the United States to the gamb- 
lers of the New York Stock Exchange 
for a period of six years. It means a 
gift to the enemies of the Republic 
of the nower to issue or retire one- 
half billion dollars, exciting specula- 
tion or compelling disaster, according 
to whichever best suits their betting 
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 Re- 
publican panic suffering lias been uni- 
versal, soup houses have been estab- 
lished and strikes have been of al- 
most daily occurrence. The Repub- 
lican Party has been in control of the 
National Government in all of its 
branches for the past eleven years. 
and now, in the midsl of abundant 
crops and boundless national re- 
sources, it has brought about I bo mosl 
destructive panic in our history. We 
point to the fact that every panic 
which has occurred since the forma- 
tion of the Republican Party was 



precipitated while that party was in 
power. 

The Bloody Shirt. 

We condemn the Republican Party 
for its efforts in the National Con- 
gress to revive the bitterness of the 
Civil War and renew again the bloody 
shirt-issue by tacking to the cam- 
paign publicity bill Crumpacker's 
Southern representation reduction 
measure. The passage of this bill 
through the lower House of Congress 
was an act of cheap, hypocritical 
policies, 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 
I for its failure to enact during the last 
session of Congress a campaign pub- 
licity bill; but the people of the coun- 
try 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 na- 
tional election without corruption 
funds from favored interests. 

The Trust-Breeding Tariff. 

We denounce the present infamous 
and trust-breeding tariff Imposed 
upon tht people by the Republican 
Tarty, and renew our demand for its 
immediate revision, to the end that all 
unfair burdens shall lie removed, es- 
pecially those upon the necessaries of 
life and those that enable the trusts 
to extort from the people unreason- 
able profits and to sell their prod 
nets to consumers at home .it higher 
in-iii>s than are charged for the same 
goods to foreign consumers. 

Republican Exi ravagance. 

We denounce the Republican Party 
Cor its wild extravagance during the 
last session of Congress. In the last 
five months the Republican Congress 

spent $1,200,000,000 Of the people's 

money, levying a tax of ?13 oer annum 
on every man. woman and child in the 



40 



REPUBLICAN STATE PLATFORM— 1908. 



United States, equal to a tax of $05 
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 1S90 produced a 
Democratic victory in 1802 ; the Re- 
publican billion-dollar session of the 
present Congress means the triumph- 
ant election of a Democratic Presi- 
dent In the coming election. 

We condemn the Republican ad- 
ministration for turning over mil- 
lions of dollars of the public money 
to its pet banks in New York City, 
thereby depleting the public treas- 
ury to such an extent that it be- 
came necessary for the Republican 
administration to issue bonds and 
borrow money to meet the daily ob- 
ligations of the Federal Government. 
States' Bights. 

We condemn the Republican Party 
for its failure in the last Congress to 
ei'.act a law forbidding one inferior 
judge to suspend 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 pow- 
ers of the States, and we especially 
denounce the bold and revolutionary 
threat that the omission' of the States 
to pass laws upon subjects within 
their constitutional powers may be 
treated as a surrender of these powers 



into the hands of the Federal Gov- 
ernment, which may then lawfully 
proceed as if such powers were pos- 
sessed by it under the Constitution. 

Though promising reforms demand- 
ed by the people, the Republicans, in 
their National Convention, at the be- 
hest of favored interests, voted down 
every plank looking to reforms and 
relief of the people or for curbing 
the power of the trusts. That conven- 
tion, controlled by Federal office- 
holders, after nominating for Presi- 
dent a lifelong office-holder 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 completed its work 
by nominating, to the tune of 
"Marching Through Georgia," a can- 
didate for Vice-President who has led 
in throttling every reform measure of- 
fered in the last session of Congress, 
including a bill to meet the pressing 
need of the preservation of our Na- 
tional resources, opening waterways 
and preventing the destruction of our 
forests. 

We have faith in the patriotism of 
our people and in the ultimate devel- 
opment of the natural resources of the 
State and we call upon all North 
Carolinians to unite in a common ef- 
fort to restore prosperity, to re- 
establish confidence, to forget faction- 
al 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 wisdom of the National Republi- 
can Convention, and congratulate the 
people of the United States on the 
nomination of William H. Taft for the 
Presidency of this great republic ; and 
we endorse the principles 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 Roose- 
velt. 

We appeal to the people of North 
Carolina to set the welfare of our 
State above party and above preju- 
dice; to exercise their freedom to 
vote according to the dictates of con- 
science, and to choose those men for 
public office whom they deem best 
fitted to serve the public interests. 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 Caro- 
linians to consider particularly wheth- 
er the present Democratic Governor 
and Legislature have dealt wisely or 
justly with all classes of our citizens 
in the laws they have recently passed 
concerning railroads and the violent 
measures they have taken to give 
these laws effect. W T e believe in regu- 
lating railroads and other public car- 
riers strictly and carefully and in 
compelling all corporations to obey 
.the law as faithfully as the humblest 
private citizen. But we do not be- 
lieve that Legislatures are competent 
to absolutely fix the precise rates at 
which passengers and freight shall be 
carried. We are sure that the Legis- 
lature of this State, which attempted 
to fix passenger rates aboslutely and 
neglected freight rates — much the 
more substantial grievance of our 
people — had neither the special knowl- 
edge nor the right for such an un- 
dertaking. 



REPUBLICAN STATE PLATFORM— 190S. 



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Horner Military School 






1851-1910. 



J. C HORNER, Principal, OXFORD, N. C. 



Classical, Scientific, and English Courses. Prepares for college, university 
or the government academies. Military training develops prompt obedi- 
ence and manly carriage. Academy 59 years old, with experienced teachers. 
Cadets dine with the principal and ladies of his family, securing the cul- 
ture of home life. Cultivates and educates. Modern buildings, perfect sani- 
tation, 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 atmosphere of 
refined Christian people. The town noted for over a century as an educa- 
tional center. Charges, $300 per year. 



They disregarded the Constitution 
of the United States, and they threw 
thousands of North Carolinians out 
of employment. 

We denounce iu unmeasured terms 
the unwarranted and uncalled for at- 
tack of the Democrats on capital, cul- 
minating in the fight on our railroads, 
involving the State as it did in costly 
litigation ; paralysed 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 
entrust us with power, to set our- 
selves against two kinds of injustice: 
The injustice which permits wealthy 
corporations and individuals to prey 
upon the poor, and the injustice which 
sacrifices property and deranges busi- 
ness in order that cheap demagogues 
may get or keep office. 

We favor the policy of the State 
furnishing, free of charge and under 
proper regulations, to every child in 
the public schools all necessary text- 
books: the further improvement and 
extension, at whatever cost, of the 
public school system, embodied in the 
Constitution of North Carolina by the 
Renublican Party. We favor the edu- 
cation of all our children up to the 
very limit of our available means. 

We favor also a liberal policy with 
our higher 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 talent and 
industry, to the end that North Caro- 
linians may guide our people in the 
development of our resources, in gov- 
ernment, in business, in the beautify- 
ing of our towns, our cities and our 
homes, and in the elevation of our 
daily life. 

This is true also of our institutions 
of charity, particularly the provision 
made for the blind, the deaf and the 
insane, for the efficiency with which 
any community ministers to such un- 
fortunate human beings is a measure 
of its civilization. It is equally true 
of our. Confederate veterans who have 
not the means of self-support: the 
State 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 Confederate 
soldiers and their widows with suit 
able pensions commensurate with 
their services to the State, and we 
pledge ourselves to double the pen- 
sion now given by the State i" these 
classes. 

We demand a fair election law 
which will permit an elector to cast 
ballot privately, without Interference 



42 



REPUBLICAN STATE PLATFORM— 1<)08. 



« 1 1 dictation. 

We favor, as we have ever favored, 
local self-government; and demand 

the right to elect by direct vote of the 
people all members of the county 
boards of education, county superin- 
tendents of public instruction, county 
commissioners and tax collectors and 
justice sof the peace. 

We favor an extension and im- 
provement of the public roads of the 
State, and believe that the employ- 
ment of the State's convicts on such 
work is the best use that can be 
made of criminals convicted of crimes. 
We further favor a law prohibiting 
the use of striped uniforms upon all 
persons convicted of misdemeanors in 
the courts of North Carolina. 

We favor the establishment of one 
or more reformatories for the correc- 
tion of youthful criminals convicted 
of minor offenses, and we favor a 
separate reformatory for females con- 
victed of similar offenses. 

We pledge ourselves to a liberal 
appropriation for the care and sup- 
port of our charitable institutions. 

We favor the exemption from taxa- 
tion 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 enact- 
ment of such laws as will best pro- 



mote this end. We believe that labor 
and capita] are co-ordinate 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 feel- 
ing between labor and capital, re- 
move 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 coun- 
try. We believe the time has come 
when no interest or principle any lon- 
ger demands such isolation. We ask 
the people of North Carolina to give 
us their suffrages, not merely because 
the Democratic Party, under its pres- 
ent 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 recom- 
ment 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 establish. 



NORTH CAROLINA IN CONGRESS. 



Senate. 

F. M. Simmons. Trenton. 
Lee S. Overman, Salisbury. 

House of Representatives. 

First District— John H. Small. 
Washington. 

Second District — Claude 
Scotland Neck. 

Third District— Chas. R. 
New Bern. 

Fourth District — Edward 
Smithfield. 

Fifth District— J. M. 
Spray. 

Sixth District — H. L. Godwin, Dunn. 

Seventh District — Robt. N. Page. 
Biscne. 

Eighth District— C. H. Cowles. 
Wilkesboro. 

Ninth District— E. Y. Webb. Shelby. 

Tenth District— -T. B. Grant. Hen- 
dersonville. 



Kitchin, 

Thomas. 

W. Pou, 

Morehead. 



States Senate. They were: 

Jesse Franklin — Elected March, 1S04. 

Nathaniel Macon— Elected May, 1826. 

Wiley P. Mangum — Elected May, 
1842. 



Speaker of United States House. 
North Carolina has furnished only 
one Speaker of the United States 
House. Nathaniel Macon was three 
times chosen Speaker, and presided 
over the Seventh. Eighth and Ninth 
Congresses. 



President of United States Senate. 

North Carolina has furnished three 
President pro tempore of the United 



Secretaries of Navy. 

North Carolina has furnished only 
four Cabinet officers, and each of the 
four was Secretary of the Navy. They 
were : 

John Branch — Appointed March 0, 
1S29. 

Ceo. E. Badger — Appointed March 5, 
l e 41. 

W. A. Graham — Appointed July 20, 
1S50. 

J. C. Dobbin — Appointed March 5, 
1853. 



COMPARATIVE VOTE FOR GOVERNOR. 



43 



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Conservatory of Music 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



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COMPARATIVE VOTE FOR GOVERNOR. 



County. 

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 



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« 
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1908. 



2,220 

793 

643 

1,538 

1,700 

1,914 

1,328 

1,213 

671 

3,629 

1,353 

1,016 

1,476 

405 

1,173 

878 

1,961 

1 ,594 

823 

658 

348 

2,304 

2,056 

1,520 

2,019 

73.4 

443 

2,231 

802 

1 ,642 

1,962 



Q « 



2,130 

1 ,076 

541 

263 

1,701 

1,2(19 

274 

599 

774 

3,434 

1,315 

1,817 

1,685 

141 

90S 

32:'. 

2,012 

1 .428 

1.273 

176 

318 

1,452 

1,192 

340 

1,250 

49 

354 

2,481 

1,163 

1,139 

1,093 





u 

C3 





a 


1901. 


1,922 


1,778 


784 


919 


723 


520 


1,247 


155 


1,278 


1,638 


1,943 


770 


1,327 


148 


999 


528 


631 


415 


3,253 


2,523 


1,110 


995 


1,538 


1,249 


1 222 


1,372 


412 


36 


1,020 


60S 


870 


195 


1,537 


1,433 


1,616 


1,443 


673 


989 


625 


95 


340 


320 


2,209 


1,046 


1,610 


741 


1,614 


206 


1,678 


1.038 


548 


26 


429 


351 


2.154 


2.002 


704 


1.058 


1,456 


820 


1,710 


1.03 1 



Edgecombe 
Forsyth 
Franklin 
Gaston . 
Gates . . . 
Graham 
Granville 
Greene . 
Guilford 
Halifax . 
Harnett . 
Haywood 
Henderson 
Hertford . 

Hyde 

Iredell .... 
Jackson . . 
Johnston . 
Jones .... 

Lee 

Lenoir . . . 
Lincoln 
Macon .... 
Madison .. 
Martin . . . 
McDowell 
Mecklenbur 
Mitchell .. 
Montgomery 
Moore . 
Nash .. 
New Hanover 
Northampton 

Onslow 

Orange 

Pamlico . . . . 
Pasquotank . 

Pender 

Perquimans . 

Person 

I'flt 



1,839 


392 


1,632 


2.0.-.:: 


2,782 


2.121 


2.093 


432 


2.1 19 


2,568 


1,820 


2,029 


700 


278 


T30 


422 


101 


373 


1,740 


592 


1,589 


915 


504 


990 


3,948 


2,765 


2.921 


2,285 


270 


2,478 


1,550 


1,012 


1,217 


1,983 


1,253 


1,656 


998 


1.497 


900 


880 


291 


sn| 


701 


177 


CSC, 


2,533 


1.740 


2.1 IT 


1,028 


1.073 


1.021 


2,816 


2,596 


2. 5S0 


631 


272 


662 


912 


501 




1,490 


S'.IO 


i.iTi 


1,286 


1,180 


1,062 


940 


1.017 


92 1 


SYS 


2.001 


1,012 


1,385 


360 


1,446 


97:: 


984 


856 


4,233 


1,385 


3,229 


575 


1.797 


I1T 


1.017 


1,047 


967 


1,219 


070 


Lis, 


1,848 


1 222 


1,489 


2.110 


283 


1 ,28 1 


1,091 


121 


1,539 


988 


559 


'.HIS 


1.077 


1.014 


952 


071 


ITS 


612 


1,048 


205 


1.001 


1,019 


20 I 


972 


598 


I27 


663 


S90 


SIT 


9 1." 


2. :.oo 


S11 


2,298 



135 
2,152 

200 
sic, 
21 S 

397 

51 12 

252 

1,718 

144 
Tor, 

1.000 

1,320 
143 
228 

1,507 
950 

1,513 
228 



631 

Til 

963 

1,939 

1T9 
91 T 
COS 

1.361 

82 l 
1,127 
r.TT 
56 
103 
r.9 
556 
397 

211 
121 

311 
558 
139 



44 



VOTE FOR STATE OFFICERS. 



Polk 

Randolph .. 
Richmond .. 
Robeson 
Rockingham. 

Rowan 

Rutherford . 

Sampson 

Scotland 

Stanly 

Stokes 

Surry 

Swain 

Transylvania 

Tyrrell 

Union 

Vance 

Wake 

Warren .... 
Washington. 



536 

2.516 

1,100 

3,005 

2.039 

2.719 

2,011 

1,400 

752 

1,537 

1.123 

1,820 

614 

600 

357 

2,0S6 

1,187 

4.149 

1,171 

534 



594 

2,64 r 

366 

1,115 

1,883 

1,723 

1.739 

2,423 

47 

1,630 

1.671 

2.7S1 

902 

579 

345 

701 

578 

2,583 

191 

526 



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 



552 

1,894 
274 
846 

1,21 I 

1,198 
1,294 

1.776 

54 

1,060 

1.4S3 

2,408 

804 

500 

274 

297 

428 

1,001 

134 

354 



Watauga ... 998 1,279 898 

Wayne 2,274 1,450 2,091 

Wilkes 1,509 3,331 1,360 

Wilson 1,905 S31 1,387 

Yadkin 718 1,649 703 

Yancey 1,002 912 1,035 



1,233 
1,114 
2,427 

586 
1,411 

938 



Total .... 145,102 107,760 12S.761 79,505 

Lock Craig— Burke, 1: Halifax, 1. 

C. W. Tillett— Camden, 1. 

J. A. Transou — Alamance, 2; Beau- 
fort, 29; Buncombe, 48; Catawba, 2; 
Chatham, 3; Clay, 1; Davidson, 1; 
Durham, 1; Forsyth, 118; Gaston, 5; 
Guilford, 37; Harnett, 1; Iredell, 1; 
Jackson, 3; Macon, 2; Mecklenburg, 
2; Moore, 11; Nash, 11; Onslow, 1; 
Orange, 2; Pamlico, 18; Randolph, 4; 
Rockingham. 10; Stokes, 5; Surry, 2. 



VOTE FOR STATE 



Vote for State Officers. 
For Lieutenant Governor — 

Newland 145,147 

Toms 107,851 



Newland's majority 



37.296 



Secretary of State — 

Grimes 145,26S 

Thompson 107,848 



Grimes' majority 



37.420 



State Auditor — 

Dixon 145,066 

Wood 107.84S 



Dixon's majority 



37,218 



Treasurer — 

Lncy 145,146 

Grigg 107,790 



Lacy's majority 



37,356 



Supt. Public Instruction — 

Toyner 145,029 

Lyerly 107,733 



.Toyner's majority 



37,296 



Attorney General — 

Pickett 144.955 

Newell 107,872 



Bickett's majority 37,083 



OFFICERS— 1908. 

Elmore 107,864 

Aycock's majority 37,125 

Commissioner Agriculture — 

Graham 145.049 

Mewborne 107,721 

Graham's majority 37,328 

Insurance Commissioner — 

Young 145.069 

Norris 107,791 

Young's majority 37,278 

Judge Fifteenth District— 

J. S. Adams 145.005 

V. S. Lusk 107,698 

Adams' majority 27,207 



The Socialist Vote. 

The votes received by the Socialist 
candidates were: 

Governor — J. A. Transou 310 

Lieut.-Governor — F. A. Dorsett... 312 

Secretary of State — G. F. Wilson. 311 

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 Comr's— W. J. Newton 291 

Com'r Agri're — P. E. Burke 317 

Ins. Com'r— R. J. Morton 315 



Commissioner Labor and Printing — 

Shinman 145.078 

Ray 107.844 



Shopman's majority 



37,234 



Corporation Commissioner — 
Aycock 144.989 



Soldiers* Home, Raleigh. 

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



CONGRESSIONAL VOTE— 1908. 



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Finest advantages, and moderate terms. 

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CONGRESSIONAL VOTE— 1908. 



For Congress — First Congressional 
District. 



John H. 
Counties. Small. 

Beaufort 1,968 

Camden 40S 

Chowan 659 

Currituck 730 

Dare : 397 

Gates 696 

Hertford 885 

Hyde 743 

Martin 1,432 

Pasquotank 1,042 

Perquimans 643 

Pitt 2,563 

Tyrrell 390 

Washington 563 



Isaac M. 

Meekins. 
1,167 
143 
203 
45 
411 
2S2 
280 
166 
310 
311 
439 
770 
313 
487 



Total 13,119 5,342 

L. L. Brinkley — Chowan, 1. 



For Congress — Second Congressional 
District. 

Claude McMurray 
Kitchin. Ferguson. 



Counties. 



Bertie 1,158 

Edgecombe 1.S41 

Greene 916 

Halifax 2,135 

Lenoir 1,495 

Northampton 1,677 

Warren 1,152 

Wilson 1,901 



263 
363 

4SS 
248 
884 
113 
207 
795 



Total 12.275 3,361 

J. M. Cutchins — Edgecombe. 1. 
W. F. Butterworth— Halifax, 1. 
T. W. Mitchell— Halifax, 63. 



For Congress — Third Congressional 
District. 

C. R. E.W. 

Counties Thomas. Hill. 

Carteret 1,186 996 

Craven 1,521 350 

Duplin 1,6S9 1.105 

.Tones 622 2S0 



Onslow '.♦no 564 

Pamlico 659 484 

Pender 1,133 282 

Sampson 1,410 2,407 

Wayne 2,329 1,428 

Total 11,544 7,896 

For Congress — Fourth Congressional 
District. 

E. W. W. G. 

Counties. Pou. Briggs. 

Chatham 1,595 1,427 

Franklin 2,060 4S0 

Johnston 2,797 2,632. 

Nash 1,802 1,144 

Vance 1,188 572 

Wake 4,021 2,711 

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 Congressional 
District. 

A. L. .1. M. 
Counties. Brooks. Morehead. 

Alamance 2,141 2,178 

Caswell 853 344 

Durham 1,814 1,794 

Forsyth 2.534 2,861 

Granville 1,063 651 

Guilford 3,516 2.901 

Orange 995 1,059 

Person 778 961 

Rockingham 1.819 2,032 

Stokes 1,027 1.708 

Surry 1,798 2,799 

Total 18,938 19.288 

F. S. Blair, 62. 
J .P. Tnvlor, 174. 
J. E. Fields, 1. 
,T. Allen Holt, 1. 
W. A. Blair, 4 . 



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CONGRESSIONAL, VOTE— 190S. 



For Congress — Sixth Congressional 
District. 

Hannibal A. M. 

Counties. L. Godwin Slocnm. 

Bladen 1,183 625 

Brunswick 660 766 

Columbus 2,062 1.1S9 

Cumberland 1,937 1.356 

Harnett 1,561 1,029 

New Hanover 2,165 247 

Robeson 2,974 1,173 

Scotland 761 38 



Total 12,542 

John E. Fields— Randolph, 
J. Q. Taylor— Randolph, 1. 



6,385 



1. 



For Congress — Seventh Congressional 
District. 



R. N. 
Counties. Page. 
Anson 1 .537 


Zeb. V. 
Walser. 

255 


Davidson 2,220 


2.4.84 


Davie S15 


1.15.8 


Lee 904 

Montgomery 1.070 

Moore 1,244 


508 
1.047 

959 


Randolph 2.582 


2 628 


Richmond 1.133 

Scotland 761 

Yadkin 710 


361 

38 

670 

1,623 






Total 15,057 


11.732 


For Congress — Eighth Congressional 
District. 

R. N. C. H. 
Counties. Hacket. CowJ.es. 
Alexander 776 1079 


Alleghanv 632 

Ashe 1.729 

Cabarrus 1.635 

Caldwell 1.463 

Rowan 2.446 


563 
1.6.8.8 
1,847 
1.717 
1.79.8 
1,988 


Watauga 1,040 


l.fi°0 
l.°61 


Wilkes 1.6.89 


3.302 


Total 15 488 

Duncan Stewart — Rowan, 34 
John P. Fields — Rowan. 5; 
2. Total, 7. 


16,863 

Wilkes. 



For Congress — TVi"th Congressional 
District. 

E. Y. .T. A. 

Counties. Webb. Smith. 

Burke 1,364 1.318 

Catawba 1,939 1,999 

Cleveland 2,341 1,445 

Oaston 2,657 1,705 

Lincoln 1,300 1,157 

Madison 977 1,933 

Mecklenburg 4,350 1.279 

Mitchell 5.82 1,768 

Yancey 1,020 912 



For Congress — Tenth Congressional 
District. 



W. T. 
Counties. Crawford. 

Buncombe 3,548 

Cherokee 837 

Clay 351 

Graham 432 

II i y wood 1,984 

Henderson 983 

Jackson 1,030 

McDowell 991 

Macon 939 

Polk 552 

Rutherford '!!!!!!!!! 2,014 

Swain 619 

Transylvania 604 



J. G. 

Grant. 
3,572 
1 ,250 

320 

464 
1,263 
1.442 
1,065 

982 
1,030 

595 
1,707 

914 

5S1 



15.245 
54; Clay, 
2. Total, 



Total 14,884 

Y. C. Westall — Buncombe, 
1 : Henderson, 1 ; Jackson, 
58. 

Vote for Solicitor. 

Solicitor for Third Judicial District : 

Chas. L. Abernathy 7.400 

J. F. Duncan 94 

Ninth Judicial District: 
Jones Fuller 12.149 

No opposing candidate.. Six scatter- 
ing Republican votes. 



Total 16,530 13,514 

D. P. Hutchison — Mecklenburg. 1. 



Legal Holidays in Noith 
Carolina. 



January 1 — New Year's Day. 

January 19 — Anniversary of birth of 
Gen. Robert E. Lee. 

February 22 — Anniversary of birth 
of George Washington. 

April 12 — Halifax Independence 
Resolutions. 

May 10 — Confederate Memorial Day. 

May 20 — Mecklenburg Declaration of 
Independence. 

May 30— (National) Federal "Deco- 
ration Day." 

July 4 — Independence Day. 

September 5— Labor Day. 

November (4th Thursday'* — Thanks- 
giving Day. 

November S — Election Day (Tuesday 
after first Monday). 

December 25 — Christmas Day. 



(Eastern Sunday this year), 1910, 
falls on March 27. 



Greatest altitude. 



The greatest altitude in North Caro- 
lina is Mount Mitchell, at a height of 
6,711 feet above sea level. 



POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS. 



47 



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POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS. 



DEMOCRATIC STATE EXECUTIVE 
COM3IITTEE. 



A. H. Eller. Winston-Salem, Chair- 
man. 

Alex J. Feild, Raleigh, Secretary. 
National Committeeman. 

Josephus Daniels, Raleigh. 
Advisory Committee. 

T. J. Jarvis, Greenville; Plato Col- 
lins, Kinston ; I. F. Dortch, Goldsboro ; 
T. B. Womack, Raleigh ; J. A. Long, 
Roxhoro; N. A. Sinclair, Fayetteville ; 
E. E. Raper, Lexington ; Theo. F. 
Kluttz, Salisbury; C. W. Tillett. Char- 
lotte; ,T. P. Kerr, Asheville. 

Members Central Committee. 

First District— E. F. Aydlett. Eliza- 
beth City; W. C. Rodman. Washing- 
ton; W. H. Hampton. Plymouth; Dr. 
E. A. Moye, Greenville. 

Second District— T. W. Mason, Jack- 
son ; H. A. Gilliam, Tarboro ; .T. W. 
Grainger, Kinston ; Dr. I. E. Green. 
Welrlon. 

Third District— T. C. Whitaker, 
Trenton; A. J. Maxwell. Dover; E. M. 
Koonce. Jacksonville ; W. M. Webb, 
Morehead City. 

Fourth District— J. A. Thomas. 
Louisburg; F. S. Spruill, Rocky 



Mount; F. J. Olive, Apex; II. A. Lou- 
don, Pittsboro. 

Firth District — J. S. Carr, Durham; 
H. G. Chatham, Elkin; R. L. Holt, 
Burlington; C. O. McMichael, Madison. 

Sixth District— John D. Bellamy, 
Wilmington; James Powell. White- 
ville; A. M. McLean, Lumberton. 

Seventh District — James A. Lock- 
hart. Wadesboro ; A. S. Dockery, 
Rockingham. 

Eighth District — R. S. Young, Con- 
cord; Edmund .Tones. Lenoir; ];. A. 
Doughton, Sparta; A. I). Watts. 
Statesville. 

Ninth District— J. IT. Weddington, 
Charlotte; II. F. Schenck, Lawndale. 

Tenth District— C. A. Webb. Abbe- 
ville ; W. T. Lee, Waynesville ; Mar- 
shall Bell, Murnhy; T. T. Ballenger, 
Tryon. 
Members State Executive Committee. 

First District — W. G. Lamb, Wil- 
liamston ; L. L. Smith, (latcsvillc; K. 
A. Daniel, Washington; Everett 
Thompson. Elizabeth city. 

Second District — Dr. P. J. Macon, 
Warrenton; E. L. Travis. Halifax; -i. 
TT. Exnni. Whitakers; W. A. Finch, 
Wilson. 

Third District— n. A. Grady, Clin- 
ton: w. S. Chadwick, Beaufort, S. <». 



48 



POLITICAL ORBANIZATIONS. 



Middleton, Hallsville; D. L. Ward, 
New Bern. 

l-'ourth District— E. S. Abell, Smith- 
field; J. R. Young, Raleigh; W. B. 
Snow, Raleigh; R. H. Hayes, Pitts- 
boro. 

Fifth District — James S. Manning, 
Durham; R. D. Reid, Wentworth ; 
Caleb H. Haynes, Surry ; A. Wayland 
Cooke, Greensboro. 

Sixth District— E. F. McCulloch, 
White Oak; J. B. Uuderwood, Fayette- 
ville; W. H. Bernard, Wilmington; 
Geo. H. Bellamy, El Paso. 

Seventh District— T. B. Bailey, 
Mocksville; J. R. Blair, Troy: U. L. 
Spence, Carthage; R. A. Morrow, Mon- 
roe. 

Eighth District— W. W. Barber, 
Wilkesboro; R. A. Crowell, Albemarle; 
T. C. Bowie, Jefferson ; Walter Mur- 
phy. Salisbury. 

Ninth District — Manly 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. Rutherfordton ; E. B. 
Norvell, Murphy. 

Democratic Chairmen County Com- 
mittees. 

Alamance — F. L. Williamson, Bur- 
lington. 

Alexander— J. H. Burke, Taylors- 
ville. 

Alleghany — A. S. Carson, Sparta. 

Anson — D. A. McGregor, Wadesboro. 

Ashe — Dr. J. W. Colvard, Jefferson. 

Beaufort — W. C. Rodman. Washing- 
ton. 

Bertie — E. S. Askew, Windsor. 

Bladen— T. A. Lyon, White Oak. 

Brunswick — Dr. T. V. Moore, Phoe- 
nix. 

Buncombe — Dr. D. E. Sevier, Ashe- 
ville. 

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, Yancey- 
ville. 

Catawba— E. L. Shuford, Hickory. 

Chatham — F. W. Bynum. Pittsboro. 

Cherokee — Ben. Posey, Murphy. 

Chowan — W. M. Bond, Edenton. 

Clay — G. H. Haigler, Hayesville, 
R. P. D. No. 2. 

Cleveland — E. Max Gardner. Shelby. 

Craven — Stephen Lane, New Bern. 

Columbus — J. A. Brown, Chadbourn. 

Cumberland — C. G. Rose, Fayette- 
ville. 

Currituck — W. H. Gallop, Jarvis- 
burg. 

Dare — R. B. Etheridge, Manteo. 

Davidson — W. H. Phillips, Lexing- 
ton. 



Davie — G. E. Home, Mocksville. 

Duplin — D. L. Carlton, Kenansville. 

Durham — S. C. Brawley, Durham. 

Edgecombe — R. G. Allsbrook, Tar- 
bo ro. 

Forsyth — G. H. Hastings, Winston- 
Salem. 

Franklin — J. A. Thomas, Louisburg. 

Gaston — C. B. Armstrong, Gastonia. 

Gates— W. T. Cross, Gatesville. 

Graham— G. B. Walker, Robbinsville. 

Granville— B. S. Royster, Oxford. 

Greene — J. P. Frizzell, Snow Hill. 

Guilford — Chas. A. Hiues, Greens- 
boro. 

Halifax— E. L. Travis, Halifax. 

Harnett — W. A. Stewart, Dunn. 

Hay.wood— D. R. Noland, Waynes- 
ville. 

Henderson — McD. Ray, Henderson- 
ville. 

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. 

Liucolnton — A. L. Quickie. Lincoln- 
ton. 

Macon — Dr. W. A. Rogers, Franklin. 

Madison — W. J. McLendon. Marshall. 

Martin— H. W. Stubbs. Williamston. 

McDowell — A. Hall Johnson. Ma- 
rion. 

Mecklenburg— J. A. Bell, Charlotte. 

Mitchell — W. L. Lambert, Bakers- 
ville. 

Montgomery — W. D. Allen, Troy. 

Moore — W. J. Adams. Carthage. 

Nash — J. P. Bunn. Rocky Mount. 

New Hanover — J. J. Furlong, Wil- 
mington. 

Northampton — A. J. Conner, Rich 
Square. 

Onslow — E. M. Koonce. Jacksonville. 

Oranare — S. M. Gattis. Hillsboro. 

Pamlico — A. B. Camnen. Alliance. 

Pasonotank — C. E. Thompson. Eliza- 
beth City. 

Pender — E. L. Lnrkins. Burgaw. 

Perquimans — T. F. Winslow. Hert- 
ford. 

Person — J. S. Cuningham, Cunlng- 
ham. 

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. 

Rockiugham — A. D. Ivie, Leaksville. 

Rowan — A. H. Boyden, Salisbury. 

Rutherfordton — Geo. Biggerstaff. 
Rutherfordton. 

Samrson — H. E. Falson. Clinton. 

Scotland — E. H. Gibson. Laurin- 
burg. 

Stanlv — D. D. Parker. Albemarle. 

Stokes — Dr. J. H. Ellington, Sandy 



POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS. 



49 



Peace Institute 

Though there are many cheaper 
schools it is taxed to its utmost 

THERE IS A REASON 

FOR ENTRANCE NEXT SESSION APPLY EARLY 

CATALOG ON REQUEST. \ 

Address the President, tiENRY JEROME STOCKARD. 

RALEIGH, N. C. 



Ridge. 

Surry — J. H. Folger, Dobson. 

Swain — A. M. Bennett, Bryson City. 

Transylvania — W. E. Breese, Jr., 
Brevard. 

Tyrrell — Theo. H. Woodley, Colum- 
bia. 

Lemmond. Monroe. 
Harris, Henderson. 
Catling, Raleigh. 

Warren — J. H.» Kerr, Warrenton. 

Washington— W. M. Bond, Jr., Ply- 
mouth. 

Watauga — J. C. Fletcher, Boone. 

Wayne — M. T. Dickinson, Goldsboro. 

Wilkes — A. M. Vannoy, Wilkesboro. 

Wilson — H. M. Rowe, Wilson. 

Yadkin— W. N. Homer, Bast Bend. 

Yancey — G. E. Gardner. Burnsville. 



Union— R. 
Vance — A. 
Wake— B. 



W. 

J. 

M. 



REPUBLICAN STATE EXECUTIVE 
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. 
J. J. Britt, Asheville. 
Thos. S. Rollins. Asheville. 
T. E. McCrary, Lexington. 

D. H. Blair. Winston-Salem. 
W. J. Andrews, Raliegh. 

W. P. Bynum, Jr.. Greensboro. 
J. E. Fowler, Clinton. 

Conrressional Districts. 
First — A. Berry, Swan Quarter. 
Second— 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. Kins*, Elizabethtown. 
Seventh— W. A. Bailey. Advance. 
Eighth— Chas. H. Cowles. Wilkes- 



boro. 

Ninth — J. Y. Hamrick, Hickory. 
Tenth— Thos. J. Harkins, Asheville. 
Campaign Committee. 

C. J. Harris, Dillsboro. 
T. T. Hicks, Henderson. 

D. L. Gore, Wilmington. 

J. C. Augier, West Durham. 

R. L. Burns, Carthage. 
Chairmen of County Republican Exe- 
cutive Committee of North 
Carolina. 

Alrnance — T. F. McVey, Snow Camp. 

Alexander — Zeno Smith, Wittenberg. 

Alleghany — John M. Wagoner, 
Sparta. 

Anson — J. L. Matherson, Wadesboro. 

Ashe — J. R. Henderson, Jr., Jeffer- 
son. 

Beaufort — F. G. Paul, Washington. 

Bertie — R. H. Norfleet. Kelford. 

Bladen — S. Mears, Clarkton. 

Brunswick — C. Ed. Taylor, South- 
port. 

Buncombe — T. F. Roland. Asheville. 

Burke — L. A. Bristol, Morganton. 

Cabarrus— H. S. Williams, Concord. 

Caldwell — M. N. Harshaw, Lenoir. 

Camden— W. R. Do/.ier, South Mills. 

Carteret— T. D. Hewitt, Newport. 

Caswell— W. F. Davis. Altamahaw. 

Catawba— R. P. Caldwell, Newton. 

Chatham— R. H. Dixon, Siler City. 

Cherokee — A. G. Deweese. Murphy. 



-L. L. Brinklev, Edenton. 
S. Bedford, llayesville, R. 



Chowan- 
Clay— W 
F. D. 

Cleveland — W. L. Dameron, Shelhy. 

Columbus— Seth L. Smith, White- 
ville. 

Craven — Seymore W. Hancock, New 
Bern. 

Cumberland— C. C. McLellan. Dunn. 
!!. F. D. No. 4. 

Currituck— W. S. Harrison, Harbin- 



50 



POLITICAL ORGANZATIONS. 



ger. 

Dure — L. N. Midgette, Skyco. 

Davidson — J. R. McCrary, Lexing- 
ton. 

Davie — C. G. Bailey, Advance. 

Duplin — John A. Gavin, Keuausville. 

Durham — J. A. Giles, Durham. 

Euyecoinbe — W. L. Stallings, Tar- 
boro, K. F. D. 

lorsyth — S. E. Hall, Winston. 

Franklin — W. H. Yarborough, Jr., 
Louisburg. 

Gaston — John A. Smith, Bessemer 
City. 

uates — Wm. M. Sparksman. Eure. 

Graham— VV. D. Bradley, Robbius- 
ville. 

Granville — J. H. Gooch, Stem. 

Greene — D. W. Patrick, Snow Hill. 

Guilford— H. B. Worth, Greensboro. 

Halifax — McM. Furgerson, Littleton. 

Harnett— W. P. Byrd, Lilliugton. 

Haywod— Virgil McClure, Waynes- 
ville. 

Henderson— R. H. Staton, Hender- 
sonville. 

Hertford— Jas. S. Mitchell, Wiuton. 

Hyde — A'. B. Selby, Scrauton. 

Iredell — L. C. Wagner, statesville. 

Jackson— Z. V. Watson, Speedwell. 

Johnston— J. C. Staucill, Benson. 

Jones— H. F. Brown, Tuckahoe. 

Lee — R. C. McNeill, Jonesboro. 

Lenoir — J. F. Parrott, Kinstou. 

Lincoln — J. M. Hoyle, Liiicoluton. 

Macon— H. H. Jarrett, Franklin. 

Madison— J. E. Rector, Marshall. 

Martin— Wheeler Martin, William- 
ston. 

McDowell— J. L. Morgan, Marion. 

Mecklenburg— Jake F. Newell, Char- 
lotte. 

Mitchell— Chas. E. Greene, Bakers- 
ville. 

Montgomery— G. D. B. Reynolds, 
Troy. 

Moore — W\ G. Jennings, Carthage. 

Nash— A. C. Griffin, Nashville, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

New Hanover— D. L. Gore, Wilming- 
ton. 

Northampton — W. F. Outland, 
Woodland. 

Onslow — John Gilman, Jacksonville. 

Orange — W. E. Ham, Mebane. 

Pamlico — J. L. Riggs, Bayboro. 

Pasquotank— W. H. Keaton, Weeks- 
ville. 

Pender — E. McMoore, Burgaw. 

Perquimans — Geo. W. Barrow, Hert- 
ford. 

Person — J. T. Woody, Roxboro, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Pitt — Roy C. Flanagan, Greenville. 

Polk — W. C. Robertson. Saluda. 

Randolph— G. G. Hendricks, Ashe- 
boro. 

Richmond — John P. Cameron. Rock- 
insrhnm. 

Robeson — S. A. Edmund. Lumber- 
ton. 



Rockingham — J. R. Joyce, Reids- 
ville. 

Rowan — Theodore Atwell, Salisbury. 

Rutherford — R. W. Logan, Ruther- 
fordton. 

Sampson — W. F. Sessoms, Clinton. 

Scotland — John A. McGregor, 
Lauriuburg. 

Stanly — Dr. J. I. Campbell, New 
London. 

Stokes — N. O. 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, Ply- 
mouth. 

Watauga — L. H. Michael, Ruther- 
wood. 

Wayne — S. G. Pate. Goldsboro. 

Wilkes — O. F. Blevins, Wilkesboro. 

Wilson — Edward B. Caops. Lucama. 

Yadkin — J. A. Logan, Yadkinville. 

Yancey — J. L. Hyatt, Micaville. 



Game Birds. 



Under the laws of North Carolina the 
following only are considered game 
birds: Loons and grebes, swans, 
geese, brant; river fish and sea ducks, 
rails, coots, marsh-hens and gallinules, 
plovers, shore and surf birds, snipe, 
woodcock, sand-pipers, yellow legs, 
chewink or tones and curlews, and 
the wild turkey, grouse, partridge, 
pheasant, quail, dove, robbin and 
meadow lark. 

The Governor is authorized to ap- 
point game wardens, upon the recom- 
mendation of the Audubon Society of 
North Carolina, whose duty it shall be 
to see that the bird and game law are 
enforced, except in certain counties 
where same protective matters are in 
charge of the Board of County Com- 
missioners. 



North Carolina Lame Laws. 



Close season : Quail and turkey, 
March 1 to November 1; deer, Feb- 
ruary 1 to October 1. 

Open season: Quail, November 1 to 
March 1; deer, October 1 to Feb- 
ruary 1. 

(Local laws of various counties 
govern the shooting, trapping and 
killing, otherwise of squirrel, rabbit 
and smaller game and fish). 



STATE TAX COMMISSION REPORT— 1909. 51 



St. Mary's School 



RALEIGH, N. C. 



The Diocesan School (for Girls) of the Carolina*. 
Well known throughout the South. 
Founded In 1842 by Rev. Dr. Aldert Smedes. 

Academic Department includes College and Preparatory Courses. Spe- 
cial Courses in Music, Art, Elocution, and Business School. 
For catalogue and other information, address 



REV. GEORGE W. LAY, Rector. 



STATE TAX COMMISSION REPORT— 1909. 

.-, «,* ^ Subjects. Value. Tax. Total. 

For State Purposes — 

Real estate $288,309,143.00 $005,575 20 

Personal property 172,745,160.00 362,704.S5 

Railroad and other property as- 
sessed by Corporation Commission 8S,595,711.00 1S6 050 99 

Corporation excess 10,254.874.00 21,*535'24 

Bank stock 14,871,918.00 31,231.03 

Building and loan stock 1,27S,358.00 2.6S4.55 

T Total $576,115,170.00 $1,209,841.86 

Incomes— tax on 36,383.75 

B and C Schedules 115,117.80 



Additional Receipts by State Treasurer. 

Additional State taxes 547.34 

Agricultural Department 116,906.53 

Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad dividends.. 37.99S.00 

Audubon Society 9,417.97 

Contingencies 11.00 

Convict account, refunded 2.50 

Corporation franchise tax 45,610.00 

Corporation tax, State Department. 19,728.00 

Corporation tax, Treasury Dep't 270.00 

Disabled soldiers, appropriation refunded 5.!0.00 

Dispensaries, tax on sales 33.223.22 

Express companies, tax on receipts 3,927.66 

Fees, bank examinations 5.425.00 

Fees, Executive Department 1,927.00 

Fees, Insurance Department 22,780.50 

Fees, State Department 798.70 

Fees, Treasury Department 20.00 

Fish Commission 3,553.87 

Fugitives from justice, refunded 42. 3S 

Inheritance tax 5.533.60 

Indigent pupils 6.155.00 

Insurance companies, licenses 43.838.67 

Insurance companies, tax on receipts 164,986.31 

Jamestown Exposition, sale of State building 5,673.75 

Laws and Journals, sales of 618.77 

Legal services and expenses, refunded 17,845.35 

Loan to State 250,nO0.OO 

Mercantile agencies 400.00 

N. C. Agricultural Experiment Station U. S. appro- 



151,501.55 



52 STATE TAX COMMISSI ON REPORT— 1909. 

priation 25. i.uo 

N. C. A. and M. College (col.), II. S. appropriation 11,550.00 

N. C. College A. and M. Arts, U. S. appropriation 23,4."»0.00 

N. C. Institution Deaf, Dumb and Blind, earnings 3,255.14 

North Carolina Railroad, dividends 210.014.00 

N. C. School for Deaf and Dumb, earnings 6,011.83 

Oil dealers, licenses 9,245.79 

Taper account, refunded .73 

Pensions, refunded 92.00 

Piano and organ dealers, licenses 1,519.41 

Postage and stationery 33.80 

Privilege tax on railroads 522.54 

Public high schools, appropriation refunded 107.50 

Roster N. C. State troops, sale of .75 

Seal tax, Executive Department 1,010.50 

Seal tax. State Department 1,517.04 

Seal tax, Treasury Department 1.00 

Sewincr machine licenses 2.611.50 

Shell Fish Commission 3,225.49 

Sketches N. C. Regiments Confederate Soldiers, 

sale of 20.70 

State and Colonial records, sale of 71.95 

State Hospital, Raleigh, earnings 6.100.47 

State Prison, earnings 135.36S.S4 

State Prison, interest on farm bonds 1.200.00 

Sunreme Court Reports, sale of 7.571.40 

Telegraph companies, tax on receipts 1,923.18 

Telephone companies, tax on receipts 7,056.66 

Trade-mark registration fees 21.40 

Total $1,279,381.34 

Total all sources. State purposes $2,640,724.75 

For Pensions : 

On assessed property 230.446.07 

On polls 36.4S2.S8 

For Schools: 266,928.95 

White polls 329,230.75 , 

Indian polls 1,324.50 

Negro polls 120.7S2.66 

Railroad and other property assessed by Corpora- 
tion Commission 159.472.65 

Bank stock 26,769.20 

Building and loan stock 2.301.02 

Corporation excess ". 18.458.36 

Property listed by white citizens 790,558.70 

Property l'sted by Indian citizens 917.64 

Property listed by negro citizens 3S.573.41 

Dogs 1,717.00 

Special for schools 313.671 .37 

Distilleries and liquor dealers 2S.750.26 

Fines 22.471.90 

Other sources 11,443.90 

1,866,443.32 

For County Purposes: 

Ceneral 1,379.072.79 

Poor 39.505.04 

Bridsres and roads 794.708.01 

Special 306.016.32 

Special In townships 57.875.26 

B and C schedules. 83.914.0S 

■ 2,661,091.50 

Municipal: 

On polls 109.776.13 

On property 1,856.854.96 

Fines 50,397.05 

All other sources 456,738.56 

2,473.766.70 



Total all sources $9,90S,955.2 



9 




Insurance Statistics. 

The following figures give the num- 
ber of the various kinds of insurance 
companies doing business in North 
Carolina : 

Life companies, 39; Assessment Life 
companies. 16; Fire, and Fire and Ma- 
rine companies, 28; Accident and 
Surety companies, 39; Fraternal 
Orders, 58. 

The insurance statistics for the year 
1909 will not be perpared until Feb- 
ruary, 1910. The statistics for 190S, the 
latest figures available, are as follows: 

North Carolina Fire Companies: 

Risks written $154,350,414.15 

Premiums 2,771.680.41 

Losses paid 304.60S.54 

Losses incurred 333,555.74 

Companies of other States: 

Risks written $17,674,552,325.28 

Premiums received 207.05S.479.20 

Losses paid 947.845.29 

Losses incurred 1,055,406.99 

Foreign Companies: . 

Risks written $ 7S.228.391.02 

Premiums received 614.9/5.4;) 

Losses paid 388.253.15 

Losses incurred 419.324. <1 

Marine and Inland Business: 

Risks written 2,919 277.00 

Premiums received 7.874.71 

Losses paid 2 .354 .20 

Losses incurred 2.354.20 



business in 



1907, 
$11,- 



Life companies doin 
North Carolina : 

Policies in force December 31, 
number, 20.944,8S5, amounting to 
463,925.663.50. 

Policies issued during 1908, 4.020.72S, 
amount, $1,492,066,468.22. 

Policies ceased during 1908. 3,183,035, 
amounting to $1,210,559,008.50. 

Policies in force December 31. 1908, 
21.784.677, amounting to $11,718,249,- 
729.22. 
"Losses incurred during 1908, 1,361.- 
494.05; paid $1,358,074.50. 

Premiums collected on policies writ- 
ten during 1908, $467,207,001.79. 

Life Assessment Associations: 

Certificates issued during 1908. 62.- 
406. amounting to $1,804,208.99; prem- 
iums or assessments received thereon, 
$231,698.15. 

Losses incurred. $93,443.18. 

Losses paid, $93.3:19.43. 

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

The following figures represent the 
amount of business done exclusively 
|>y the North Carolina companies in 
North Carolina: 

The home lecrnl reserve companies 
wrote the amount of $7,529,224; Prem- 
iums received thereon. $891 ,,o ., .:, ; 
Inferred, $129,687.68; losses paid, $122,- 
715.13. 



COMPARATIVE STATEMENT— VALUE RAILROADS, ETC.— 1872-1908. 




RAILROAD STATISTICS. 



.->.-, 



Q^ PrinjNfi 

Adverti s ers 

We Make Most of the Cuts 
used in North Carolina* 

TttE MAURICE JOYCE EMGRAVI/16 CO. 

M.G.C.STILE5,Mgr. 

WASHINGTON, D.C. 



flA/LI/V/iV ACCIDENTS TO PERSONS. 



Name of Road. 



Resulting from Other causes 
movement of than movement 
trains. of trains. 

No. of 
Employ's. Kill'd Injur'd Kill'd Injur'd 



Atlantic Coast Line 4107 22 

Norfolk & Southern Railway 1.644 1 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 3.429 10 

Southern Railway 5,518 35 



Aberdeen & Asheboro 

Aberdeen & Rockfish 

Alma 

Asheville & Craggy Mountain ... 

Atlantic & Western 

Caldwell & Northern 

♦Carolina, Clinehfield & Ohio 

Carolina & Northwestern 

Carolina & Tennessee Southern. 

Hiffside Railroad 

♦Danville & Western 

Durham & Charlotte 

Durham & Southern 

Durham & South Carolina 

East Carolina 



140 
61 
11 

16 
15 

7!) 
62S 
254 

' ' 10 

263 

60 

195 

41 

51 



33 
16 

96 
300 



66 

480 



56 



RAILWAY ACCIDENTS, RATES, ETC. 



♦East Tennessee & Western N. C. 

Kinston & Snow Hill 

Lawndale 

Linville River 

Louisville & Nashville 

Mt. Airy & Eastern 

New Hanover Transit 

Norfolk & Western 

Piedmont Railway 

Raleigh & Charleston 

Raleigh & Southport 

Randolph & Cumberland 

Red Springs & Bowmore 

Roanoke River Railway 

Snowbird Valley 

Tallulah Falls 

Tennessee & North Carolina 

Virginia & Carolina Southern .*. . 

Warrenton Railroad 

Washington & Vandemere 

Wellington & Powellsville 



114 
32 
24 
31 
29 
56 
6 
1,315 
18 
61 
84 
22 
15 
23 
23 
72 
29 
25 
8 
46 
43 



Total 
♦Entire 



line. 



18,598 



70 



464 



6 581 



RAILROAD RATES. 



The following passenger rates are in 
operation on the railroad systems in 
North Carolina : 

Name. Per Mile 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Atlantic Coast Line Railway.., 

Southern Railway 

Carolina, Clinehfield & Ohio Ry 
Norfolk & Southern Railway.. 
Norfolk & Western Railway 

On all other roads the passen 
rate is 3e. per mile, as follows: 

Aberdeen & Asheboro Railway, Aber- 
deen & Roekflsh Railroad Company, 
Atlantic & Western Railroad, Ree 
Tree Railroad, Blue Ridge and At- 
lantic Railway Company, Caldwell & 
Northern Railroad Company. Carolina 
& Northwestern Railroad. Cashie & 
Chowan Railroad Co., Chowan &- Au- 
lander Railroad Co., Cliffside Rail- 



2 l-2c. 
2 l-2c. 
2 l-2c. 
2 l-2c. 
2 l-2c. 
2 l-2c. 
er 



read Company. Dover & Southbound 
Railroad Company, Durham & Char- 
lotte Railroad Company, Durham & 
South Carolina Railroad Company, 
Durham & Southern Railroad Com- 
pany, East Carolina Railway, East 
Tennessee & Western North Carolina 
Railroad Company, Kinston & Caro- 
lina Railway. Lawndale Railway Com- 
pany, Linville River Railway Com- 
pany. Mount Airy & Eastern Railway 
Company. New Hanover Transit Com- 
pany. Piedmont Railway. Raleigh & 
Charleston Railwav Companv. Raleigh 
& Southnort Railroad, Raleigh & 
Western Railway Comnany, Randolph 
& Cumberland Railway Company. Red 
Springs & Bowmore Railroad Corn- 
pan v. South & Western Railroad. Vir- 
ginia & Carolina Southern Railroad, 
Wellington & Powellsville Railroad 
Company. 



LAND GRANTS. 



No. Grants issued— 


















Two 


yea rs 


ending 


Dec. 


1, 


1882, 


1,189- 


-amouuts 


paid 


Treasurer. . 


.$10,912.87 


Two 


years 


ending 


Dec. 


1, 


1884, 


1,329- 


-amounts 


paid 


Treasurer. . 


. 13,186.73 


Two 


years 


ending 


Dec. 


1, 


1886, 


990- 


-amounts 


paid 


Treasurer. . 


. 5,975.69 


Two 


years 


ending 


Dec. 


1, 


18S8, 


893- 


-amounts 


paid 


Treasurer. . 


. 9,493.49 


Two 


years 


ending 


Dec. 


1, 


1890, 


1,453- 


-amounts 


paid 


Treasurer. . 


. 15.570.43 


Two 


years 


ending 


Dec. 


1, 


1892, 


1,358- 


-amoMiits 


paid 


Treasurer. . 


. 16.S31.11 


Two 


years 


ending 


Dec. 


1, 


1894, 


703- 


-amounts 


paid 


Treasurer. . 


. 5.200.73 


Two 


years 


ending 


Dec. 


1, 


1896, 


547- 


-amounts 


paid 


Treasurer. . 


. 9.234.46 


Two 


years 


ending 


Dec. 


1, 


1898. 


599- 


-amounts 


paid 


Treasurer. . 


. 6.337.13 


Two 


years 


ending 


Dec. 


1, 


1900, 


665- 


-amounts 


paid 


Treasurer. . 


. 6.384.69 


Two 


years 


ending 


Dec. 


1, 


L902, 


732- 


-amounts 


paid 


Treasurer. . 


. 6,911.88 


Two 


years 


ending 


Dec. 


1, 


1904. 


789- 


-amounts 


paid 


Treasurer. . 


. 11.230.60 


Two 


years 


ending 


Dec. 


1, 


1906, 


488- 


-amounts 


paid 


Treasurer. . 


. 10.551.47 


Two 


years 


ending 


Dec. 


1, 


1908. 


529- 


-amounts 


paid 


Treasurer. . 


. 16.025.49 


One 


year 


ending 


Dec. 


1, 


1909 


1S0- 


—amounts 


paid 


Treasurer. 


. . 5.70S.45 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 57 



DURHAM BUGGY CO. 

The Finest VEHICLE 
Builders in the South 

DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA. 

Catalogue on Request. 



5S 



NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS. 



NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS. 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE SYSTEM. 

Chairman Board of Directors — H. 
Walters, New York. 

President — T. M. Emerson, Wil- 
mington. 

Vice-Presidents — Alexander Hamil- 
ton, Petersburg, Va. ; C. S. Gadsden, 
Charleston, S. C. ; J. R. Kenly, Wil- 
mington. 

Secretary— II. L. Borden, New York. 

Treasurer — .Tames P. Post. Wilming- 
ton. 

Comptroller— H. C. Prince, Wilming- 
ton. 

General Counsel — Alexander Hamil- 
ton, Petersburg, Va. 

Auditor Passenger Receipts — Geo. S. 
LeGrand, Wilmington. 

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

Auditor Disbursements— H. H. Mc- 
Kee, Wilmington. 

General Manager — W. N. Royall, 
Wilmington. 

Chief Engineer — E. B. Pleasants, 
Wilmington. 

General Superintendent, First Divis- 
ion— W. H. Newell, Rocky Mount. 

Assistant General Superintendent. 
First Division — J. F. Divine, Wilming- 
ton. 

General Superintendent, Second Di- 
vision — J. N. Brand, Savannah, Ga. 

General Superintendent, Third Di- 
vision — Morton Riddle. Jacksonville. 
Fla. 

General Superintendent Motive Pow- 
er — R. E. Smith, Wilmington. 

Superintendent Telegraph — W. P. 
Cline, Wilmington. 

Freight Claim Agent — A. H. Shep- 
ard. Wilmington. 

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

General Superintendent Transporta- 
tion — E. Borden, Wilmington. 

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

General Freight Agents — J. W. Per- 
rin, 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. Washing- 
ton. D. C. 

First Vice-President — A. B. An- 
drews., Raleiuh, N. C. 

Vice-President— J. M. Culp, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

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



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

Vice-President— Fairfax 
Washington. D .C. 



Harrison, 



H. B. Spencer, 
Lankford, New 



at New York — 
New York, 
at Washington — 



Vice-President 
Washington, D .C. 

Secretary — R. D. 
York. 

Treasurer — H. C. Ansley, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

General Counsel 
Francis L. Stetson, 

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

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

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

Comptroller — A. H. Plant, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Assistant Comptroller — E. H. Kem- 
per, Washington, D. C. 

Auditor — H. H. Laughton, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Assistant to General Manager — L. C. 
Ullrich, Washington, D. C. 

Manager — E. H. Coapman, Wash- 
ington, D .C. 

General Superintendent — A. H. West- 
fall, Greensboro. 

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

General Superintendent — G. R. Loy- 
all, Knoxville. Tenn. 

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

Division Superintendent — P. G. Wal- 
ton, Greensboro, N. C. 

Freight Traffic Manager — L. Green, 
Washington. D. C. 

General Passenger Agent — S. H. 
Hardwick, Washington, D. C. 

SEABOARD AIR LINE SYSTEM. 

President — M. L. Meldrum, Ports- 
mouth, Va. 

Vice-President and General Manager 
— C. H. Hix, Portsmouth, Va. 

Vice-President, in Charge of Traffic 
— Chas. R. Capps, Portsmouth, Va. 

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

Treasurer — Robert L. Nutt, Ports- 
mouth, Va. 

General Counsel— L. R. Watts, 
Portsmouth, Va. 

Comptroller— T. W. Roby, Ports- 
mouth. Va. 

Chief Engineer— W. L. Seddon, 
Portsmouth, Va. 

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

General Freisrht Agent— L. E. Chalo- 
ner, Norfolk, Va. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 59 

tit NW 

All Eastern Points 

FLORIDA 

CUBA 




Air Line Railway 



ATLANTA BIRMINGHAM 

SOUTHWEST TAMPA 
MANATEE SARASOTA 



Quickest and Best Service to 
NORTH EAST SOUTH WEST 



CHAS. R. CAPPS, C B. RYAN, 

Vice-Pres. Gen. Pass. Agt. 

NORFOLK, VA. PORTSMOUTH, VA. 



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NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS. 



ABERDEEN & ASHEBORO RAIL- 
WAY. 

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

General Manager — J. R. Page, Bis- 
coe. 

Auditor — Frank Page, Biseoe. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mary E. 
Page, Aberdeen. 

ABERDEEN & ROCKFISH RAIL- 
ROAD CO. 

President and General Manager — 
John Blue. Aberdeen. 

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

Auditor— J. W. Phillips, Aberdeen. 

General Superintendent— C. N. Blue. 
Aberdeen. 

ATLANTIC & NORTH CAROLINA 
RAILROAD. 

Secretary and Treasurer — D. J. 
Broadhurst, Boldsboro. (Operated 
under lease »by Norfolk & Southern 
Railway). 

ALMA RAILWAY. 

President — A. J. McKinnon, Maxton. 
General Manager— C. J. Cotting- 
ham, Alma. 

APPALACHIAN RAILWAY. 

General Manager — J. C. Patterson, 
Whittier, N. C. 
ATLANTIC & WESTERN RAILROAD. 

President and General Manager — J. 
H. Winder, Roanoke, Va. 

Superintendent and Auditor — H. P. 
Edwards, Sanford. 

CALDWELL & NORTHERN RAIL- 
WAY CO. 

President — Wm. A. Barber, Chester, 
S. C. 

Treasurer — F. Wolfe. Chester, S. C. 

General Manager — L. T. Nichols, 
Chester. S. C. 

Auditor— W. K. Kearsley, Chester, 
S. C. 

CAROLINA, CLINCHFIELD & OHIO 
RAILWAY. 

President — Geo. L. Carter, Johnson 
City, Tenn. 

Traffic Manager — J. J. Champion, 
Johnson City, Tenn. 

Vice-President and General Mana- 
ger — M. J. Caples, Johnson City, Tenn. 

CAROLINA & NORTHWESTERN 
RAILWAY. 

President — W. A. Barber, Chester, 
S. C. 

Anlitor and Traffic Manager — W. K. 
Kearsley, Chester, S. C. 

General Manager — L. T. Nichols. 
Chester, S. C. 

CASHIE & CHOWAN RAILROAD. 

President and General Manager — J. 



T. Deal, Norfolk, Va. 

Treasurer — J. C. Johnson, Norfolk, 
Va. 

CHOWAN & AULANDER RAILROAD 
COMPANY. 

President — P. D. Camp, Franklin, 
Va. 

Secretary and Treasurer — R. J. 
Camp, Franklin, Va. 

General Manager — J. L. Camp, 
Franklin, Va. 

CLIFFSIDE RAILROAD CO. 

President— B. D. Heath, Cliffside. 

General Manager and Passenger 
Agent— W. C. Heath, Cliffside. 

Vice-President and Treasurer — R. R. 
Ilaynes, Cliffside. 

General Freight Agent — John M. 
Scott, Cliffside. 

Secretary — Charles H. Haynes, Cliff- 
side. 

DANVILLE & WESTERN RAILWAY. 

President and Chairman Board of 
Directors — A. B. Andrews, Raleigh. 

Secretary — H. W. Miller. Raleigh. 

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

Auditor — T. B. Cowper, Danville. Va. 

General Superintendent — Theodore 
Parker, Danville, Va. 

DOVER & SOUTHBOUND RAILWAY. 

President — W. A. Wimsatt, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

General Manager — D. W. Richard- 
son, Dover. 

Secretary and Treasurer — W. B. H. 
Blandford. Dover. 

Traffic Manager — N. S. Richardson, 
Dover. 

DURHAM & CHARLOTTE RAIL- 
ROAD CO. 

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

General Manager — John H. Ken- 
nedy, Gulf. 

DURHAM & SOUTH CAROLINA 
RAILROAD CO. 

President — Ernest Williams, Lynch- 
burg, Va. 

Vice-President — J. A. Duncan, East 
Durham. 

General Manager — W. R. Bonsai, 
Hamlet. 

Acting Secretary— W. B. Harris, 
Lynchburg, Va. 

Treasurer — Ernest Williams, Lynch- 
burg, Va. 

Superintendent— R. A. Honeycutt, 
East Durham. 

DURHAM & SOUTHERN RAILWAY 
COMPANY. 

President— B. N. Duke. Durham. 
Vice-President— J. E. Stagg. Dur- 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 61 

N0RF0LK1S00THERN 

RAILWAY 



WOLCOTT AND KERR, Receivers. 

THE SHORT ROUTE THROUGH 

EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA 

Fast Double Daily Express Passenger Train 

Service, Between 

NORFOLK, SUFFOLK or VIRGINIA BEACH 



-AND- 



Elizabeth City Wilson Edenton 
Raleigh Belhaven Beaufort 

Plymouth New Bern Washington 
Goldsboro Greenville Kinston 
More head City, N. C. 

ALL TRAINS OPERATED OVER NEW ALBEMARLE SOUND BRIDGE 

WITHOUT CHANGE. 



PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR SERVICE. ELECTRIC LIGHT IN EVERY 

BERTH. 

ONLY LINE OPERATING IN NORTH CAROLINA WITH A PASSEN- 
GER STATION IN THE CENTER OF NORFOLK. 



h. C HUDGIHS, Q. P. /». W. W. CROXTON, A. 0. P. A. 

Norfolk, Virginia. 



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NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS. 



llMlll. , 

Superintendent— W. Hall, Durham. 

General Freight and Passenger 
Agent — D. Lumpkin. Durham. 

General Counsel — F. L. Fuller, Dur- 
ham. 

EAST CAROLINA RAILWAY CO. 

President and Treasurer — Henry 
Clark, Bridgers, Tarboro. 

Auditor — R. R. Bridgers, Tarboro. 

General Freight and Passenger 
Agent — Haywood Foxhall, Tarboro. 

EAST TENNESSEE & WESTERN 
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

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

Secretary and Treasurer — J. S. Wise, 
Johnson City, Tenn. 

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

LAWNDALE RAILWAY. 

President — H. F. Schenck, Lawndale. 
Superintendent — John F. Schenck, 
Lawndale. 

NEW HANOVER TRANSIT CO. 

President — H. C. McQueen, Wilming- 
ton. 

Secretary and Treasurer — J. C. Ste- 
venson, Wilmington. 

General Manager — J. W. Harper, 
Wilmington. 

NORFOLK & WESTERN RAILWAY 
COMPANY. 

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

President — L. E. Johnson, Roanoke 
Va. 

First Vice-President— William G. 
MacDowell, Philadelphia, Pa. ; Sec- 
ond Vice-President, N. D. Maher, Roa- 
noke, Va. ; Third Vice-President, T. S. 
Davant, Roanoke, Va. 

Secretary — E. H. Alden, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Treasurer — Joseph B. Lacy, Roa- 
noke, Va. 

General Solicitor — Theo. W. Reath, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

General Counsel — Joseph I. Doran, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Comptroller — Joseph W. Coxe, Roa- 
noke, Va. 

Auditor of Receipts— Walter Mac- 
Dowell, Roanoke, Va. 

Auditor of Disbursements — Wm. H. 
Wilson, Roanoke, Va. 

General Manager — N. D. Maher, Roa- 
noke. Va. 

Chief Engineer— Charles S.Churchill. 
Roanoke. Va. 

General Superintendent — A. C. Need- 
les. Roanoke, Va. 

Traffic Manager— T. S. Davant, Roa- 

tir'-o Vm. 

Oenornl freight Agent — J. R. Ruffin, 
Roanoke, Va. 



General Passenger Agent — W. B. Be- 
vill, Roanoke, Va. 

NORFOLK & SOUTHERN BAIL- 
ROAD CO. 

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

Treasurer — M. Manly, Norfolk, Va. 

General Manager — E. T. Lamb, Nor- 
folk, Va. 

Auditor— W. L. Bird, Norfolk, Va. 

Egineer — F. L. Nicholson, Norfolk, 
Va. 

General Freight Agent and Passen- 
ger Agent— H. C. Hudgins, Norfolk, 
Va. 

NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

President — Chas. M. Stedman, 
Greensboro. 

Secretary and Treasurer — A. H. El- 
ler, Burlington. 

Attorney — Frank R. McNinch, Char- 
lotte. 
NORTHAMPTON & HERTFORD 
RAILROAD. 

President — W. E. Trenchard, Gum- 
berry. 

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

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

PIEDMONT RAILWAY. 

President — M. L. Jones, Thomasville. 
Superintendent — A. E. Jones, Thom- 
asville. 

RALEIGH & CHARLESTON RAIL- 
ROAD CO. 

President — John Skelton Williams, 
Richmond, Va. 

Vice-President— John Graham, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 

General Manager — L. A. Boyd, Ma- 
rion, S. C. 

Secretary and Treasurer — W. R. 
Starrs, Marion, S. C. 

RANDOLPH & CUMBERLAND RAIL- 
ROAD CO. 

President and General Manager — 
M. H. Caldwell, Carthage. 

Secretary — M. W. Barnes, Carthage. 

Vice-President and Treasurer — B. M. 
Fellows. New York. 

RALEIGH & SOUTHPORT RAILWAY 
COMPANY. 

President and General Manager and 
Chairman of Board — J. A. Mills, Ral- 
eigh. 

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

Secretary and Treasurer, Assistant 
General Manager and General Passen- 
ger Agent— F. T. Ricks, Raleigh. 

Attorney — R. N. Simms, Raleigh. 

Auditor— F. L. Long. 
SNOW BIRD VALLEY RAILWAY. 

President — J. Q. Barker, Andrews. 

General Manager and Secretary — E. 
G. Hinnermann, Andrews. 



THE NORTH CARO LINA YEAR BOOK. 63 

RALEIOH — FAYETTEVILLE SHORT LINE 

Raleigh ™* Southport 

Railway 

THE DIRECT LINE FROM 

RALEIGH TO FAYETTEVILLE 

AND THE SHORT LINE BETWEEN 

Raleigh, Wilmington, Max ton 
Florence, Charleston 

and All Points South 

Through the center of North Carolina's rich- 
est territory — the Cape Fear Section. A double 
daily service, elegant new equipment, through 
fertile Wake, Harnett and Cumberland coun- 
ties, passing 

Fuquay Springs 

Twenty-one miles from Raleigh, which fur- 
nishes the only ideal pleasure and health re- 
sort within an hour's ride of the Capital city. 

WORK ON THE EXTENSION FROM FAYETTEVILLE IS BEING 
PUSHED WITH GREATEST RAPIDITY. 

Raleigh & Southport Railway 

General Offices, RALEIGH, N. C. 
JOHN A. MILLS, Pres. and Gen. Mgr. 



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NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS. 



WANTED 



ONE HUNDRED negro youth, not under six- 
teen, who desire to be something more than 
— — ^ — — -^— ^^ ordinary hands — who wish to be good Farm- 
ers. Dairymen, Bricklayers, Carpenters or Teachers in Industrial Schools— 
who wish to attend one of the best equipped techninical schools in the 
country for negroes and secure a practical industrial training. 



WANTED 



or for catalog, address, 



ONE HUNDRED negro boys who want to 
become skilled workmen and useful citizens 
of North Carolina. For further information 

President, JAS B. DUDLEY. 

Agricultural and Mechanical College 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

FACULTY— Jas. B. Dudley, President; J.D. Chavis, Head of English 
Department; Chas. E. Stewart, Assistent; M. Goins, Assistant; J. H. Blu- 
ford, Head of Agricultural Department; W. F. Debman, Superintendent 
of Farm; E. F. Colson, Superintendent of Dairy; W. F. Robinson, Florist; 
Geo. R. Tompkins, Director of Mechanical Department; W. N. Nelson. Fore- 
man of Carpenter Section; W. H. Greene, Foreman of Wood Turning Sec- 
tion ; A. D. Watkins, Foreman of Bricklaying and Plastering Section ; Wm. 
l'ates, Instructor in Tinning; J. L. Foggie, Instructor in Blacksmithing; 
A. T. Whitsett, Treasurer; Junius Rooks, Steward; B. W. Barnes, Teacher 
of Night School. 



KAI.KK.II & WESTERN RAILWAY 
COMPANY. 

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

RED SPRINGS & BOAVMORE RAIL- 
ROAD. 



President — W. 
Springs. 



F. Williams, Red 



TENNESSEE & NORTH CAROLINA 
RAILROAD. 

President — J. B. Hart, Clarksburg. 
Va. 

General Manager and Traffic Mana- 
ger — A. J. McMahan, Newport, Tenn. 

VIRGINIA-CAROLINA & SOUTHERN 
RAILWAY. 

President — J. F. L. Armfield, Fay- 
etteville. 

Superintendent — A. N. Blue, Aber- 
deen. 

Treasurer — W. A. Blue, Aberdeen. 

Secretary — A. T. McLean, Lumber- 
ton. 

WARRENTON RAILROAD. 

President and General Manager — J. 
M. Gardner, Warrenton. 

Secretary and Treasurer — C. R. Rod- 
well, Warrenton. 



Superintendent— B. P. Terrell, War- 
renton. 

WASHINGTON & VANDEMEKE. 

President — A. D. McLean, Washing- 
ton. 

General Manager — W. H. Royall, 
Washington. 

Secretary — John H. Small, Washing- 
ton. 

WELLINGTON, & POWELLSVILLE 
R. R. C03IPANY. 

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

Superintendent — W. M. Corwin, 
Ahoskie. 

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



Railways of the World. 

(Authority: The Archiv Fur Eisen- 
bahnwesen, published bv the Prussian 
Ministry of Public Works). 

Miles. 

North America 208.058 

Europe 199.3S5 

Asia 56.294 

South America 34.911 

Africa 18.519 

Australia 17,700 



ALAMANCE COUNTY. 



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ALAMANCE COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, GRAHAM. 



Formed in 1848. Named after Alamance Creek. 
Area: 430. square miles. 

Population, 25,665. White males, 9,244; white females, 9,605; negro 
males, 3, ISO; negro females, 3,537; foreign born, 22. 
Value of real estate, $4,493,660; value personal property, $2,427,675. 
Property listed in 1909 by whites, $6,706,642; by negroes, 214,693. 
Tax Bate: County purposes, 18 l-3c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 
16 2-3c. ; special, 3c. County bonded debt, $350,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, about 40(% Worked by eonvici labor and 
hired help. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

North Carolina Railroad, 17.05 miles, assessed value $798,318.30 

Pullman Company, assessed value 2,81 1 .42 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 1,585.12 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 4,405.56 

Mebane Ridgeville Telephone Co., assessed value 160.00 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 16,148.00 

L.412.00 

1. nils. C,n 

1,401 

nal and 

Monday 



American Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Postal Telegraph Cable Co., assessed value 

South Alamance Telephone Co., assessed value 

Superior Court Terms: First Monday in March, one week, 
civil; 19th Monday after 1st Monday in March, one week, civil 



criin 
: 1st 



in September. 1st week crimin: 
September, 1 week, criminal. 



1, 2nd civil; 9th Monday alter Isl .Monday in 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — J. D. Kernodle, 
Graham. 

Sheriff — R. N. Cook. Graham. 

Register of Deeds — Chas. D. John- 
ston, Graham. 

Treasurer — Albert ,T. Thompson, 
Graham. 

Coroner — S. D. McPherson, Haw 
River. 

Surveyor — Lewis H. Hoes, Graham. 

Co. Supt. of Health— George W. 
Long, Graham. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— R. H. Flem- 
ing, Burlington. 

Supt. of County Home— J. H. Tarp- 
ley, Graham. 

Co. Board of Education — W. K. Hall, 
(chrm.), Burlington; S. E. Tate, Me- 
bane, R. F. D. No. 3; Z. W. White- 
head, Snow Camp, R. F. D. No. 2. 

County Commissioners — E. Long, 
(chrm.), Burlington, R. F. D. ; W. A. 
Murray, Mebane; R. S. Robertson, 
Haw River; B. R. Sellars, Burlington; 
A. N. Roberson, Saxapahaw. 

County Board of Elections — .T. S. 
Cook, (chrm.), Graham; D. F. Marrow, 
Burlington. (Other member dead.) 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Graham Township— J. M. McCrack- 
en, Graham; Lewis H. Holt, Graham; 
V. M. Enliss, Graham; T. P. Brad- 
shaw, Graham; V. S. Freeland, Bur- 
lington, R. F. D. No. 9. 

Newlin— John G. Clark, Snow Camp, 
R. F. D. No. 2; John C. GrifBs, Snow 
Camp, R. F. D. No. 1; G. Grant Me- 



Bane, Snow Camp. R. F. I). No. 1 : .1. 
M. Foust, Snow Camp, R. F. IX No. 
1; M. C. McBane, Manndale; Charles 
G. Durham, Saxaphaw; James <;. 
Braxton, Saxapahaw. 

Thompson — (ieorge T. Morrow, Me- 
bane, R. F. D. No. 4; S. H. Webb, Me- 
bane, R. F. D. No. 4; Thomas A. .Mor- 
row. Graham, R. F. D. No. 2; Charles 
W. Bradshaw, Swepsonville. 

Melville — H. A. Bason, Mebane. 

Faucett — A. O. Huffman, Burlington, 
R. F. D. No. 5; Charles A. Wilson. 
Burlington, R .F. D. No. 2; John 11 
Wilkins, Burlington, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Boon Station — Jacob C. Whitesell, 
Burlington, R. F. D. No. -I; .lorry A. 
Whitesell, Elon College; Win. D. 
Newell, Elon College, R. F. I). No. 1. 

Morton — D. M. Ireland, Elon College, 
R. F. D. No. 1; T. I'.. Barker, Altama- 
haw, R. F. D. No. 1 : Wm. A. .Tones. 
Elon College, R. F. D. No. 1 : W. 'I 1 . 
Warren, Altamahaw; Alfred T. [seley 
Burlington, R. F. 1>. No. 8; W. A 
Paschal, Burlington. R. V. I>. No. s; 
John W. Garrison, Burlington, R. F. 
D. No. 8. 

Albrijrht— Alson G. Thompson, Gra- 
ham, R. F. D. No. 1; Isaac H >lt, Gra- 
liam, R. F. D. No. 1; T. P. Nicholson, 
Burlington, R. F. I>. No. 7 . 

Burlington— II. F. Moon'. George A. 
Clendenin, Robert J. Hall, 1>. P. Mor- 
row, A. A. Apple. A. M. Garwood, 
Joseph I'. Albright, L. D. Meador, 
Burlington. 

Pleasant Grove— C. R. McCauley, 



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ALAMANCE COUNTY. 



Burlington, R. F. D. No. 3; W. J. 
Pitch, Burlington, R. P. D. No. 3; W. 
B. Sellars, Mebane, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Patterson — J. H. Bailiffe, Kimes- 
ville; W. D. Adams. Burlington. R. 
F. D. No. 7: Win. A. Tinnin, Burling- 
ton, R. F. D. No. 7; R. J. Thompson, 
Rock Creek, R. P. D. No 2. 

Coble — John Dixon, Burlington, R. 
P. D. No. 7 ; John A. Loy, Burlington, 
F. D. No. 1; C. F. Robertson, Bur- 
lington, R. F. D. No. 7. 

Haw River — J. H. Blackmon, Haw 

River; Wm. T. Brooks, Haw River y 

Joseph C. Morris, Haw River: A. M. 

Thomas, Haw River, R. F. D. No. 1. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Mebane, B. W„ Graham. R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Rev. Mr. Sampler, Mebane, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Iseley, R. A. F., Burlington, R. F. 
D. No. 7. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Gilliam's Afademy — J. M. Gilliam, 
Principal, Altamaliaw, R. F. D. No. 1. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOW\S. 

Pickett. J. A., Burlington, R. F. D. 

Williams. T. R., Swepsonville. 

Mann. E. D., Saxapahaw. 

Walters, C. M„ Union Ridge. 

Tate. W. N.. Mebane. 

Kernodle. J. L.. Shetuckit. 

Moore. R. H., Burlington. R. F. D. 

McPherson, Robert G. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Dailev, E. L., Mebane, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Murray, E. C. & Co.. Mebaue. R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

W., Mebane, R. F. D. 



Haw River, R. F. D. 



Stainback, J. 
No. 3. 

Dickey, A. S 
No. 5. 

Long, E., Burlington, R. F. D. 

Aldridse, L. H., Union Ridge. 

Ritch, W. J„ Saxapahaw, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

COTTON GINS. 

Munfer. J. W.. Graham. 

Thompson. Charles A., Graham. 

Dickev. A. S., Haw River, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 
FLOIR, CORN AND FEED MILES. 

Dixon. Peter. Burlington, R.- F. D. 

Patterson Bros., Burlington, 
F. D. 

Holt Millins Co.. Altamahaw. 
SAW MILLS. 

Holt. Ben. B., Graham. 

Dickev. A. S., Haw River 
No.o. 

Albrisrht. Cad. A.. Grnhnm. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Hobbs. L. L., Saxapahaw. 

McBane. Miss Josie, Saxapahaw. 
Hndley. Miss Alice, Saxapahaw. 

Dameron. Miss Bessie, Burlington, 
R. F D. No. 2 

McCauley. Miss Seima. Union Ridge, 



R. 



R. F." D. 



R. F. D. No. 1. 

Hunter. Miss Mvra L., Burlington, 
R. F. D. No. 8. 

Barker. Miss Bertha, Burlington, R. 
F. D No. 8. 

Rogers, B M., Mebane, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Anderson, Miss Ella. Mebane, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Blue, Miss Lena, Mebane. R. F. D. 
No. 1 

Stout, H. C, Elon College. 

Jones, Miss Ruth, Elon College. 

Compton. Miss Lelia, Elon College. 

Carwood, A M., Burlington. 

Barnwell, Miss Cora, Burlington, 
R. F. D. 

Compton, Miss Ethel, Burlington, f 
R. F. D. ; 

Benbow, H. W., Elon College. R. ; 
F. D. 

Seymore, Miss Pearl, Elon College, 
R. F. D. 

Thompson, Miss Daisy, Saxapahaw. 

Smith. Mrs. \V. L., Elon College. 

Dawson, T. B., Elon College. 

Dawson, Miss Laura, Elon College. 

Turrentine. Miss Lena, Burlington,. 
R. F D. No. 5. 

Trogdon, Miss Vallie, Burlington, R. 
P. D. No. 3. 

McCulloch, J. C, Burlington, R. F. 
D. No. S. 

Harris. Miss Bertie, Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 8 

Clendenin, Miss Nina. Elon College. 

Culberson, Robert, Siler Citv, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Coble. W. W., Liberty. 

Kirkman. Miss Lucile, Burlington, 
R. F. D. No. 5. 

Wells, Clay, Rock Creek, R F. D. 
No. 1. 

Benham. Mrs. F. A., Graham. 

Foust. L. N., Snow Camp, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Guthrie, Miss Nannie, Snow Camp, 
R. F. D. No. 1 

Coble. Ralph P., Libertv, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Zimmerman, Miss Annie, Liberty, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

McManer, O. W., Manndale 

Thompson, W. R.. Manndale. 

Coble. Mrs. Donie E., Burlington, R. 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Pratt, Miss L A.. Burlington, R. F. 
D. No. 9. 

Moser, J. W.. Mebane, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Thompson, Miss Jessie B., Mebane, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Garrison, Miss Bettie, Burlington, 
R. F D. No. 2. 

Jones, Miss Mamie, Watson, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Love. Miss Martha V., Altamahaw. 

Lindley, Miss Lillian, Altamahaw. 

Coble, Miss Mamie, Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 



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67 



Wood, Miss Daisy, Graham, R. F. 
D. No 1. 

Amick, Miss Luea, Graham. 

Clapp, Miss Blanche, Graham. 

Long, Miss Ava H., Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Albright, Miss Agnes, Graham. 

Lasley, Miss Annie, Mebane, R. F. 
D No. 4. 

Homewood, Miss Elizabeth, Burling- 
ton. 

Creeson, Miss Wilsie, Burlington. 

Albright, Miss Flora, Burlington, R. 
F. D. 

Hornaday, J. A., Burlington, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Andrews, Miss Ella, Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Reitzel, Mrs. Fannie 1., Hartshorn. 

Reece, Miles, Liberty. 

Peele, Miss Margarette, Snow Camp. 

Stout, Miss Mary, Snow Camp. 

Foust, Miss Fannie, Swepsonville. 

McLendon, Miss Flora L., Swepson- 
ville. 

Lewis, Miss Esther, Altamahaw, R. 
F. D. 

Richardson, Miss Daisy, Snow 
Camp. 

Hodarin, Miss Bessie, Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 10. 

Roberson, Geo. L., Snow Camp. 

Morrow, Miss Selina, Mebane, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Coffin, Miss Rosa. Snow Camp. 

Zackery, Miss Arkie, Snow Camp. 

Stuart, Alfred H., Snow Camp. 

Birchard, H .L., Haw River. 

Thompson, Miss Flora, Haw River. 

Dunnogan, Miss Lillie, Haw River. 

Cooper, Miss Janie Allen, Haw 
River. 

Murray, Miss Lillian, Haw River. 

Cole, Miss Eliza, Haw River. 

Allen, A. T., Graham. 

Marquis, Miss Margaret, Graham. 

Jeffreys, Miss Kate, Graham. 

Carter, Miss Mary, Graham. 

Carter. Miss Lillie, Graham. 

McNairy, Miss Bessie, Graham. 

Duke, Miss Edna, Graham. 

Kennedy, Miss Marjorie. Graham. 

Morrison. Miss Hal, Graham. 

Ames, Miss Willie, Graham. 

Coley, Miss Margaret, Graham. 

Holmes, G. W., Mebane. 

Lineberry, Miss Edna, Mebane. 

Warren, Miss Mamie. Mebane. 

Fowler, Miss Lily, Mebane. 

Curtis, F. H., Burlington. 

Posey. Miss "Velony, Burlington. 

Button, Miss Ann R., Burlinartou. 

Kennedy, Miss Gertrude, Burlington, 

Jackson, Miss Nettie A., Burlington, 

Webster, Miss Annie, Burlington. 

Mizelle, Miss Margarett, Burlington 

Petty, Miss Dalia, Burlington. 

Sterritt. Miss Bessie, Burlington. 

Keys, Miss Elenor, Burlington. 



Stafford, Miss Susie, Burlington. 
Hancock, Miss Cornelia. Burlington. 
Fonville, Miss Mamie, Burlington. 
Carson. Miss Charlotte, Burlington. 
Cunningham, Miss Mildred, Burling- 
ton. 

Rice, Miss Lettie, Burlington. 
Bason, Miss Cecelia, Burlington. 
Brown, Miss Mary, Burlington. 



GRAHAM. 

Population, 11)09: 3,150. 

No. white polls, 5S0 ; No. colored 
polls, 120. 

Tax Rate: School, 30c. and town 
60c. on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $10,000; floating debt, 
$2,500. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. S. "Cook. 

Chief of Police — Bright .Terrell. 

City Clerk— Rev. S. W. Oldham. 

Treasurer — Rev. S. W. Oldham. 

Tax Collector — Brisht Jerrell. 

City Attorney— J. S. Cook. 

Postmaster— W. H. Holt. 

R. R. Agent — Geo. O. Somers, South- 
ern Railway. 

Express Agent — T. C. Montgomery. 

Telegraph Manager — W. H. Hob- 
good, Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — S. W. Oldham, Pastor. 

Christian — Rev. Mr. Smith, Pastor. 

Methodist — Thurman G. Vickers, 
Pus tor. 

Presirvterian— E. C. Murray, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant— A. H. Bryans, 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Graham Graded Schools — T. A. Al- 
len, Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

The Vestal. W. C. Trip. Trop. 

Phillips House, Mrs. Bryan Phil- 
lips, Prop. 

Hunter. Mrs. C. S. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

National Bank of Alamance — J. L. 
Scott, Jr.. President; C. A. Scott, 
Cashier. Capital stock, $50,000. 

Citizens Bank— J. A. Long, Presi- 
dent; C. C. Thompson, Cashier. Capi- 
tal stock, $10,000. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Graham Home Building Co. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Parks <fc Jeffreys. 

Duck, T. M. Ceol.) 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Hadley, A. M. , 

Rivers. M. R., & Bro. 

Albright, T. A., & Co. 

Marshburn, A. A., & Co. 

Nicks. W. J. 

Albright, J. D., & Co. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Pickard, S. M. 
Black Bros. 



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CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 

Graham Buggy & Implement Co. 
COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Oneida Cotton Mills. 
Sidney Cotton Mills. 
Travara Cotton Mills. 
Leota Cotton Mills. 
River Falls Cotton Mills Co. 
Graham Hosiery Mill Co. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Graham Drug Co. 
Blackmail & Parrell. 
Boswell, W. II. 
Andrews. W. L. 

CONTRACTORS AND BlILDEES. 
Johnston, Sam T. 
Nicholson & Lashley. 
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Guthrie & Guthrie. 
Graham Ice Co. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
J. A. Long, President; C. A. Scott, 
Vice-President; ,T. S. Cook, Secretary, 
A. M. Hartley, Treasurer. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Hadley. A. M. 
Rives, M. R., & Bro. 

COTTON GINS. 
Thompson, Charles A. 

DENTISTS. 
Long, Will S., Jr. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Graham Drug Co. 
Thompson Drug Co. 

DOCTORS. 
Lon°-, Georsre W. 
Goley, W. R. 
Walker, Walter E. 
Paris, O. J. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Albricrht, J. D., & Co. 
Albright. T. A., & Co. 
Rives, M. R., & Bro. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 
Graham Water and Electric Co. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 
Parrell, R. H. 
Nicks. W. J. 
Clark, A. A. 
Andrews, W. L. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
Nicks, W. J. 
Garrett; W. W. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Nicks, W. J. 
Bamm, H. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Green & McClure Furniture Co. 

GROCERS. 
Farrell, R. H. 
Nicks, W. J. 
Black, J. T., & Bro. 
Boswell. W. H. 
Andrews, W. L. 
Clark, A. A. 
Moore, C. E.. & Co. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Graham Hardware Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Graham Underwriters (Fire). 



Thompson, C. C. (Fire). 
Tarpley, Charles A. (Life). 

JEWELERS. 
Hadley, Z. T. 
Loy, O. C. 

LAUNDRIES. 
sing Lee. 

LAWYERS. 
Parker, E. T. 
Parker. E. S., Jr. 
Long, J. A. 
Cook. J. S. 
Hughes, Herman. 
Long, J. E. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S AND DEALERS. 
Walker & McAdams. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
Graham Hardware Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Scott-Mebane M'f'g Co. (Shirts and 
overalls). 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Graham Hardware Co. 
PAINTERS. 
Tinnin, J. M. 
Tinnin, Richard. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Marshburn, A. J., Co. 
Nicks, W. .1. 

PLUMBERS. 
Graham Water & Electric Co. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Anglin, J. M. 
Jenkins, A. C. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Hughes & Foster. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Alamance Gleaner — J. D. Kernodle, 
Editor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Cook & MrCraeken. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Walker & McAdams. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Graham Undertakers. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Jesse Bradshaw. 



BURLINGTON. 

Population, 1909: 6,000. 
Tax Rate: 80c. on the $^00. 
Bonded debt, $240,000. 
Floating debt, £10,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — A. F. Barrette. 
Chief of Police — J. L. Patillo. 
City Clerk — J. P. Montgomery. 
Treasurer — J. P. Montgomery. 
Tax Collector— H. F. Moore. 
City Attorney — W. H. Carroll. 
Snpt. of Health— L. A. Walker. 
Postmaster— J. J. W. Walker. 
R. R. Agent— J. H. Matley. 
Express Agent — John M. Coble. 
Telegraph Manager — Carson Dur- 
ham. Western Union and Postal. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — S. L. Morgan, Pastor. 
Christian — P. H. Fleming, Pastor. 
Episcopal— E. L. Ogilby, Rector. 



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Lutheran — C. B. Cox, Pastor. 

Methodist— J. A. Hornaday, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — D. Mclver, Pastor. 

Reformed — J. D. Andrews, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant— J. D. Wil- 
liams, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Burlington Graded School — F. H. 
Curtiss, Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Ward Hotel. 

Newlin Hotel. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Davis, Bob. 

Mitchell, A. C. 

Nicholson, T. G. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Alamance Loan & Trust Co. — J. M. 
Tix. Cashier. 

First National Bank — A. L. Davis, 
Cashier. 

Piedmont Trust Co.— H. Lee Fowler, 
Cashier. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Alamance Home. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Midway Brick Co. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Foster Shoe Co. 

Hart-Cates Shoe Co. 

BOOK STORES. 

Neese, C. F. 

Stewart, J. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Allen & Isley. 

Malone & HntHnes. 
CARRIAGE M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS 

Holt & May. 

Cardwell, N. S. 

CLUBS. 

Swannanoa Club. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Sharpe, S. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Burlington Hosiery Mills. 

Sellars Hosiery Mills. 

Whitehead Hosiery Mill. 

Daisy Hosiery Mill. 

Murray Hosiery Mill. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Tisdale, J. M. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Cates & Davis. 

Mitchell, A. C. 

Nicholson, T. <!. 
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Trollinsrer, II. VV. 

Cates, .T. W. 

Hall, R. J. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 

J. W. Murray, President; J. H. Ver- 
non, Secretnrv. 

CLOTHIERS AND MENS 
1 I RNISHERS. 

Sellars, B. A. 
Isley, J. A. 
Goodman, B. 
Hay, V. E. 



DENTISTS. 

Morrow, R. M. 
Brooks, J. H. 
Frost, J. S. 

TOBACCO DEALERS. 
Paragon, The 
Foster, H. C. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Freeman Drug Co. 
Burlington Drug Co. 
Stroud, T. H. 
Bradley, A. 

DOCTORS. 
Walker, L. A. 
Faucette, T. S. 
Page, J. W. 
Montgomery, H. M. 
Anderson, C. A. 
Freeman, A. A. 
Stafford, W. G. 
Bohanan, T. A. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Goodman, B. 
Islev, J. A. 
Sellars, B. A. 
Whitted Bros. 
Hay, W. E. 
Cooper Drv Goods Co. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 
Burlington Electric Co. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 
Burlington Produce Co. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
Trollinger, H. W. 
Dailey, J. G. 

FLORISTS. 
Freeman Drug Co. 
FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Foster, H. M. 
Fowler, T. B. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 
Sykes Bros. 
Petty Machine Co. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Burke Furniture Co. 
M. B. Smith Furniture Co. 

GROCERS. 
Tisdale, J. M. 
Isley Bros. 
Spoon Bros. 
Moore, D. M. 
Florence & Walker. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Holt & May. 
Burlinsrton Hardware Co. 
Coble & Bradshaw. 
Isley, .T. A.. & Bro. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Alamance Insurance Co. 
Central Loan & Trust Co. 
Piedmont Trust Co. 

JEWELERS. 
Neese. C. F. 
Stewart. J. 

LAUNDRIES. 
Steam Laundry. 
Chinese Laundry. 

LAWYERS. 
Carroll, W. H. 



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Vernon, J. H. 
Dameron, B. S. W. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 

Anthony, <ieo. W., Co. 
Hay, W. E. 

MARBLE WORKS. 
Clapp, J. H. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
Newlin, James. 
Petty Machine Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Burlington Coffin Co. 
Geo. W. Anthony Lumber Co. 
Burlington Lumber Co. 
Petty Machine Co. 
Carolina Bridge Co. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Holt & May. 
Bradshaw, Coble. 
Burlington Hardware Co. 
Isley, J. A., & Bro. 

PAINTERS. 
Benson, E. W. 
Ireland, J. H. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Burlington Brokerage Co. 

PLUMBERS. 
Burlington Hardware Co. 
Davis & Lodge. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Ellis, C. B. 
Bloge, W. C. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Sellars, C. V. 
Davenport Studio. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
"Workman Printing Co. 
Pales & Davies. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Crowson, O. F. 
Sharke, W. E. 
Murray, J. W. 
Cook, John M. 
Brown, "Wm. 
Huffman, John R. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Cates, J. W. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS 
Burke Furniture Co. 
Cates <& Davies. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Stockard, R. M. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Sellars, C. V. 



HAW RIVER. 

Population, 1009: White, 1,975; col- 
ored, 25; total, 2.000. 

Value real estate, $500,000; value 
personal property. $200,000. 

Postmaster — S. A. Vest. 

Deputy Sheriff— C. D. Dawson. 

R. R. Agent— S. A. Vest, Southern 
Railway Co. 

Manager Telegraph — W. E. Falkner. 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist Protestant — A. H. Bryans, 
Pastor. 

Baptist— S. W. Oldham, Pastor. 



Methodist— T. G. Vickers, Pastor. 
Christian — W. G. Clements, Pastor. 
Y. M. C. A.— Will Williamson. Sec. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Ayeock Graded School — H. L. 
Burchard, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Granite Savings & Trust Co. — B. S. 
Robertson, President; C. P. Albugat, 
Vice-President; J. A. Lang, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
McPherson, J. W. 
McPherson, S. D. 

DRUGGISTS. 
McLaskety, Eugene. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Allen, J. L. & W. J. 
Johnston, J. W. & C. D. 
Simms, J. W. 
Aldredge, J. R. & J. A. 
Simms, Joe. 
Anderson & Simpson. 
Cates, C. P., & Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Blackman, J. H. 
McClure, Mrs. L. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
McPherson Bros. 
Crutchfleld. W. J. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
The Holt-Granite M'f'g Co. 



MEBANE. 

Incorporated in 1902. 

Population, 1909: White, 900; .ad- 
ored, 100; total, 1,000. 

Value real estate, about $125,000; 
value personal property, about $100,- 
000. 

Tax Rate: ?,?, l-2c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— J. T. Shaw. 

Postmaster — S. Arthur White. 

Chief of Police — Bun Pope. 

R. R. Agent — I. L. Ferree, South- 
ern Railway Co. 

Manager Telegraph — E. Y. Fai'rell, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — R. T. Liston, Pastor. 

Methodist Episcopal — M. M. McFar-' 
land, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — Geo. W. 
Holmes. Pastor. 

Baptist — Rev. Mr. Oldham, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Mebane Graded School. 

Bingham School. (Outside corpor- 
ate limits). 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Merchants & Farmers — J. B. Mason, 
(Durham), President; W. A. Murray, 
Vice-President; S. G. Morgan, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

York, N. D. 
Tate, W. N. 
Wells, J. M. 

DRUGGISTS. 

White, F. L. 
Mebane Drug Co. 



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GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Holmes, Corbett Ham Co. 

Wilkinson, H. E. 

Tyson, Malone Hardware Co. 

Mebane Store Co. 

Mebane, A. H. 

Johnston, L. T. 

Holt, George E. 

Fowler, J. H.. & Son. 

York, N. D. & Co. 

Ferree, I. L. 

Lasley, J. H. 

Smith, C. C. 

JEWELERS. 

J. T. Shaw. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOISES. 
White House. 
Mebane House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Meles, M. B. (Livery.) 
Warren & Warren. "(Sales). 
MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

White Furniture Co. 
Continental Chair Co. 
Mebane Bedding Co. 
Alton Manufacturing Co. 
Alamance Furniture Co. 
Nelson-Cooper Lumber Co. 
Tri-co-bian Co. 

BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS 

Mebane Home Builders Association. 

DENTISTS. 
Crawford, E. A. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Morgan, S. G. 
White. J. S. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Mebane Leader (Weekly) — J. O. 
Foy, Editor. 



ELON COLLEGE. 

Incorporated in 1893. 

Population, 1909: White, 223; col- 
ored, 5; total, 230. 

Value real estate and personal 
property, $100,000. 

Tax Rate: 20c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. P. Lawrence. 

Postmaster — J .W. Ingle. 

Chief of Poliee— W. B. Fuller. 

R. R. Agent — H. D. Lambeth, South- 
ern Railway Co. 

Manager Telegraph — Rev. L. I. Cox, 
The Elon Party Line. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Christian — J. O. Atkinson, J. W. 
Wellons. 

COLLEGES. 
Elon College Faculty. 

EMMETT LEONIDAS MOFFITT, 
M.A., LL.D., President, Professor of 
History. 

REV. .JOHN URQFHART NEW- 
MAN, Ph.D., Lit.D., D.D., Professol 
of Greek and Biblical Literature 

Rev. WALTON CRUMP WICKER. 



P.. A.. M.A., Professor Mathematics and 
Philosophy. 

WALTER PHALTI LAWRENCE, 
Ph.B., M.A., Professor of English 
Language and Literature. 

WILLIAM ALLEN HARPER, B.A.. 
M.A., Professor of Latin Language 
and Literature. 

E. E. RANDOLPH, B.A.. M.A., Ph. 
D., Professor of Modern Languages 
and Science. 

JOHN TURRENTINE COBB, B.A., 
M.A.. Instructor in History and So- 
cial Sciences. 

MISS FLORENCE WILSON, (New 
England Conservatory and Munich), 
Director Vocal and Instrumental 
Music and Harmony. 

MISS MARY LOU PITT, Ph.B.. 
(Elon College and New England Con- 
servatory), Assistant in Voice and 
Piano. 

MISS LINDA BARNES, (Elon Col- 
lege and Boston), Assistant in Piano 
and Voice. 

MISS CORNELIA BRYAN (Cor- 
coran Art School) Art. 

MISS EMILE B. URQUHART, Elo- 
cution and physical Culture. 

REV. FRANK S. CHILD, D.D., Lec- 
turer on Literature and History. 

RUSSELL A. CAMPBELL, Director 
of College Band. 

MISS MAMTE TATE, Librarian. 

MBS. MARIA L. PRETLOW, Ma- 
tron West Dormitory. 

PROF. AND MRS. HARPER. Su- 
pervisors West and East Dormitories. 

MRS. ROSE MACHEN, Stewardess 
West Dormitory. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Elon Public School — H. C. Stout, 
Superintendent. 

DOCTORS. 

Watson. G. S. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Reitzel, M. A. 
Lambeth, J. J. 
Saunders. J. M. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Huffman. 
Smith, W. L. 
Clondenin, Mrs. J. S. 
Brown, D. W. 
Dawson. T. B. 
Jones, Mrs. Sadie. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Hushes, C. A. 
Cook, M. R. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Elon Lumber Co. 

Swananoah M'f'g Co. (Hosiery). 

Elon Milling Co., J. P. Huffman. 
Prop. (Flour and Lumber). 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Tbe Christian Sun — J. O. Atkinson, 
Editor. 



A.LEXAXDER COUNTY. 



ALEXANDER COUNTY. 

COUNTY SKAT, TAYLORSVILLE. 



Formed in 1847. Named in honor of Alexander family, noted in Revolu- 
tionary history. 

Area: 300 square miles. 

Population: 11,500. White males, 5,200; white females. 5,100; negro 
males, 450; negro females, 500. 

Value of real estate, $004,116; value of personal property, $797,044. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $1,678,644; by negroes, si_':;.41 c». 

No. of Schools:, For whites, 55 j for negroes, 5. 

Tax Bate: County purposes, 22c. on the $100; special, 10c. County 
bonded debt, $8,250.00. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 360. Worked under old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Railway Company, 9.16 miles, assessed value $266,857.70 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 851.60 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 258.65 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value.... 2,709.00 

Peoples Telephone Co., assessed value 2.400.00 

Superior Court Terms:. On second Monday before the first Monday in 
March; on third Monday after first Monday in September. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— Charles P. 
Matheson, Taylorsville. 

Sheriff— R. A. Adams. Hiddenite. 

Register of Deeds — \Y. H. Carson. 
Taylorsville. 

Treasurer — A. M. Matheson. Tay- 
lorsville. 

Coroner — W 
ville. 

Surveyor — W. 

Co. Supt. of 
Taylorsville. 

Co. Sunt, of Schools — A. I 
Hiddenite. 

Snpt. of County 
hour, Taylorsville 

Co. Board of 
Burke, Taylorsvill 



R. Childers, Taylors- 

W. Teague. Bentley. 
Health— O. L. Hollar. 



Mt. 
R. F. 



Tay- 

: G 

D. 



Taylorsville, 
Taylorsville. 



Home — .1 
R. F. D. 
Education- 
e, R. F. n. 



Sharpe, 
L. Icen- 



-H. 
R. 
V. 



J. 

L. 

\V. 



Downs, Taylorsville, R. F. D. 
Teague, Taylorsville, R. F. D. 

County Commissioners — J 

1'harr, (ehrm.), Taylorsville, R. F. D. 
J. S. Bowman, Taylorsville. R. F. D. 
W. A. Hartley, Mount Pisgah. 

County Board of Elections — S. F 
Williams, (ehrm.), Taylorsville, R. F 
D. ; John W. Watts. Taylorsville, R 
F. D.: A. L. Wafts. Stony Point. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



W. 



Taylorsville, R. 

Stony Point. 
ACADEMIES. 
School— D. J. 



L. Lentz. 



Millers Township — M. 

Stony Point. R. F. D. 

Sharpes — P. F. Somers, Stony 
Thos. F. Murdock. Hiddenite; 
Patterson, Hiddenite. R. F. D. 

Gwaltneys — .T. P. Stephenson. Hid 
denite, R. F. D. ; J. P. Hendren 
Mount Pisgah: R. F, Sharpe. Jr., Hid 
denite, R. F. D. 

Sugar Loaf— W. P. 
ville. R. F. D. ; R. 
lorsville, R. F. D. 

Little River .1 .]>. 
lorsville. R. F. D. 

Ellendale— W. E. 



Point ; 
W. F. 



Carson, Taylors- 
R. Kerley, Tay- 



Brookshire. Tay- 
Wliite. Taylors- 



ville. R. F. D. 

Wittenburge— H. W. Fox. 
Bethel; A. A. Deal, Taylorsville, 
D. ; A. W. Robinson, Bentley. 

Taylorsville — J. M. Malpison, 
lorsville; R. F. Cobb, Taylorsville 
W. Thompson, Taylorsville, R. F. 
S. C. Austin. Liledoun. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Bumgarner, W. J. 
F. D. 

Bumgarner, G. /. 
F. D. 

Pool. D. A., Parks. 

Gwaltnev, Jay, 
F. D. 

Rev. Mr. Johnson, 
SCHOOLS AND 

Hiddenite High 
Cromartie, Principal. Hiddenite. 

Stony Point State School — James 
Hendren, Principal. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

King. Ed. S.. Mount Pisgah. 

Hunter. J. Me., Stony Foint. 

Deeper, D. H., Hiddenite. 

Crouch, T. D.. Taylorsville, R. F. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Dealville Tanning Co.. Dealville. 

Ellis. I. W.. Taylorsville, R. F. 

Adams. R. A., Hiddenite. 

Beckham. W. C, Hiddenite. 

Lackey, R. ('.. ,V- Son. Hiddenite. 

Mills, J. W., Co., Stony Point. 

Keever Bros.. Stony Point. 

Wuhan Bros., Taylorsville, R. F. 

Bowman. G. P., Taylorsville. 
F. D. 

Alspaugh Cotton Mills, Tavlorsville, 
R. F. D. 

Watts. J. W., Liledoun. 

Smith. Jackson. Fliddenite. R. F. D. 
COTTON GINS. 

Watts M'f'g Co., Liledoun. 

Alspaugh Cotton Mills. Taylorsville, 



D. 



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D. 
R. 



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R. F. D. 

Watts, J. W., Stony Point. 

Miller, J. M., Stony Point. 

Hedreck, J. T., Stony Point, R. 
F. D. 

Smith, Jackson, Hiddenite, R. F. D. 

Taylorsville Cotton Gin, Taylors- 
ville. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Taylorsville Milling Co., Taylors- 
ville. 

Thomas. J. C, Hiddenite. 

Davis Bros., Hiddenite. 

Alspaugh Flour Mills. Taylorsville, 
R. F. D. 

Watts, John M., & Co., Taylorsville, 
R. F. D. 

Crouch, James J., Taylorsville, R. 
F. D. 

SAW MILLS. 

Sipe Bros.. Liledoun. 

Johnson, E. L.. Taylorsville, R. F. D. 

Shook, Wm„ Taylorsville, R. F. D. 

Thomas, J. C., Hiddenite. 

Thomas, R. P., Hiddenite, R. F. D. 

Fox, J. J.. Alkalithia. 

Barnes. I. A.. Taylorsville. 

Bunton, B. L., Hiddenite, R. F. D. 

Bowman, Jason. Taylorsville. 
SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Gwaltnev, Miss Elsie, Taylorsville, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Lockey, Miss Edith, Hiddenite. R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Boston, Miss Pearl, Taylorsville 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Stephenson, C. L., Hiddenite. R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Chatham, J. G., Taylorsville. R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Cline, R. C, Taylorsville, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Price. J. W.. Stonv Point. R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

McLain, J. C, Hiddenite. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

I'harr, J. W.. Taylorsville. 
D., No. 3. 

Gwaltney, S. D., Taylorsville, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Teague, V. W., Jr.. Dealville. 

MeLeod, R. P... Tavlorsville. R. I". 
D. No. 4. 

White, Rev. J. A., Tavlorsville. 

Pool, J. J. H., Tavlorsville. R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Teague, L. W.. Dealville. 

Teague, S. W., Dealville. 

Shaver, E. A.. Taylorsville. 

Deal, E. J.. Poor's Knob. R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Teague, Lee R.. Bentley. 

Bowman, W. (>.. Tavlorsville. 

Linney, J. T., Hiddenite, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Holland, P. D.. New Hope. 

Cromartie, B. J., Hiddenite. 

Pharr, A. M.. Statesville. 

Cole, A. V., Tavlorsville. 



Lawrence, .T. A.. Hiddenite, R. I". 
D. No. 1. 

Austin, R. S., Dealville. 

Shell, Miss Helen. Taylorsville. 

Beckham. Mrs. H. O., Stony Point. 

Bunigarner. Miss Lvdia, Tavlors- 
ville, R. F. D. 4. 

Gryder, D. E., Stony Point. 

Brooks, Miss Louise, Tavlorsville 

Cline, J. A., Dealville. 

Eclierd, J. B., Taylorsville. 

Echerd, Miss Blanche, Taylorsville 

Milstead, W. F., Tavlorsville. 

Sharpe, C. T„ Taylorsville. 

Oxford, J. A., Taylorsville. 

Bunigarner, E .V., Taylorsville. 

White, Miss Lila, Hiddenite. > 

Hendren, J. W., Stony Point. 

Greene, Mrs. Lizzie. Hiddenite. 

Hodges, G. C, Taylorsville, R. F. D. 

Marsh, Miss Maggie, Hiddenite, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Williams, Miss Bonnie, Hiddenite, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Bunigarner, G. W.. Taylorsville. 

Russell, Parks, Taylorsville. 

Fincannon, R. L., Tavlorsville. 
TAYIiORSVIIiLE. 

Incorporated in 1853. 

Population, 1909: White, 52."); col- 
ored, 40; total, 5G5. 

Tax Rate: 60c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — C. G. Viele. 

Postmaster — W. D. Deal. 

Chief of Police — D. A. Daniels. 

R. R. Agent — H. D. Lindsey, South- 
ern Railway Co. 

Manager Telegraph — H. D. Lindsey, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — Parks Gwaltney, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — T. B. Anderson, Pas- 
tor. 

Methodist— E. Myers. Pastor. 

A. R. P.— W. A. Kennedy. Pastor, j 
Statesville. 

Lutheran— C. D. Smith, Pastor, 
Claremont. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADKMIF.S. 

State High School— J. A. White. 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Alexander — W. B. Mathe- 
son, President: H. T. Kelley, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Hollar. O. L. 

Crowson, S. T. 

LAWYERS. 

Linney, R. Z. 

Burke, J. H. 

Burke, R. P.. 

Gwaltnev. .1. L. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Hollar Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Bee Hive. 

Barnes & Feimster. 

Pool, O. P.. & Co. 



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Watts, James. 
Barnes, J. B. 
Alexander Hardware Co. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Campbell House. 
Taylorsville Inn. 
Campbell, H. T. 
Elder, J. T. 



LIVERY STABLES. 

Hollar & Little. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Taylorsville Cotton Mill. 
Taylorsville Milling Co. 
Conolly & Teague. (Veneer Mill.) 
Everhart Lumber Co. 
Alexander Chair Co. 
Brown Bros. (Machinists.) 



ALLEGHANY COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, SPARTA. 



Formed in 1859. Name derived from range of mountains in which it is 
located. 

Area: 300 square miles. 

Population; 7,759. White males, 3,584; white females, 3,709; negro males, 
231 ; negro females, 235 ; foreign born, 1. 

Value of real estate, $501,189 ; value personal property, $511,847. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $1,001,S77 ; by negroes, $11,159. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 41; for negroes. .'!. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 23 2-3c. on the $100; special. 5c. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 230. Worked under the Old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 
Horton Telephone Company, assessed value $133.00 

Superior Court Terms: March 28; August 22. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— J. N. Edwards, 
Sparta. 

Sheriff — Juo. R. Edwards, Helena. 

Register of Deeds — G. D. Brown, 
Sparta. 

Treasurer — Jno. R. Edwards, 

Helena. 

Coroner— D. C. Whitehead, White- 
head, 

Surveyor — Colonel Fender, White- 
head. 

Co. Supt. of Health— B. O. Choate, 
M. D., Sparta. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — Wm. F. Joines, 
Stratford. 

Supt. of County Home — Thos. Nich- 
ols, Sparta. 

Co. Board of Education — J. W. Pool, 
(chrm.), Stratford; Eugene Transou, 
Stratford; J. L. Joines, Edwards X 
Roads. 

County Commissioners — H. J. Estep, 
(chrm.), Stratford; G. T. Caudill, 
Laurel Springs ; S. J. Irvin, Walls. 

County Board of Elections — C. A. 
Dmmhton, Sparta; Jno. M. Wasroner, 
Sparta ; W. B. Reeves, Whitehead. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Cranberry Township— W. F. Dough- 
ton, D. S. Wvatt, J. C. Moxley, Math 
Pruitt, J. M. Blevins, J. J. Miller, 
Laurel Springs. 

Cherry Lane— J. L. Hackler, C. W. 
Royal, T. C. Higgins, J. J. Atwood, 
Cherry Lane; G. W. Miles, Miles; C. 
W. Smith, Laurel Branch. 

Gap Civil — H. M. Crouse, D. C. 
Reeves, R. M. Nichols, J. C. Roup, C. 



W. Edwards, Sparta; R. V. Anders, 
Anna; .T. 1*. Anders, Glade Creek. 

Glade Creek— J. F. Pool, T. J. 
Carico, R. F. Edwards, Eunice; G. W. 
Carico, Edmonds ; R. L. Cheek, Vox. 

Prathers Creek— H. D. Estep, W. E. 
Sturgill, R. A. Trice, Stratford; N. C. 
Shenherd, Scottville; J. S. Owens, 
Scottville : W. F. Jones, Olney ; W. U. 
Weaver, Pedeu. 

Piney Creek— F. J. Pugh, W. F. 
Parsons. S. F. Halsey, D. F. Parsons, 
Tinev ('reek. 

Whitehead— J. W. Roup, E. L. Rich- 
ardson, J. W. Evans, Whitehead; -las. 
McD. Wagoner, T. A. Edwards, 
Brooks. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Primitive Baptist— W. R. Craft, 
Brooks; M. B. Martin, Bledsoe; S. U. 
Atwood, Stratford ; Isom Fender, 
Whitehead; H. C. Nichols, Vox. 

31. E. Church, South— J. B. Dough- 
ton, Sparta. 

Presbyterian — C. C. Ream. Sparta. 

Union Baptist — A. McKnight, Cherry 
Lane. 

Missionary Baptist — Geo. Reeves, 
Lamar. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Elf Creek Academy — J. L. Critcher, 
Principal, Stratford. 

New Hope — R. G. Taylor, Principal, 
Plainfleld. 

Scottville Academy — O. R. Black, 
Principal, Piney Creek. 

Laurel Springs — J. T. Evans, Prin- 
cipal, Piney Creek. 

Whitehead Academy — C. G. Fender, 
Principal, Whitehead. 



ALLECHANY COUNTY 



PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Reeves. B. E., Lamar. 
Waddell, B. C, Seottville. 
Smith, Talrnage, Anna. 
Coomes, W. H., Edmonds. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Dickson, C. M., Laurel Springs. 

Gentry, W. R., Edwards X Roads. 

Woodruff, A. A., Nile. 

Sheppard, W. <:.. & Co., Stratford. 

Fields, J. C, Amelia. 

Caudill, J. F., Air Bellows. 

Evans, J. T.. Piney Creek. 

Wright, C. H., Saddle. 

Maines. John, & Son, Nile. 

Miles, J. T., Cherry Lane. 

Gentry, R. H., & Son, Cherry Lane. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILES. 

Sparta Roller Mill, Sparta. 
Osborn's Roller Mill. Amelia. 
Bull Head Burr Mills, Walls. 

SAW MILES. 
Joines, J. L., Edwards X Roads. 
Carson, A. S., & Co., Sparta. 
Richardson, Robert, Anna. 

DENTISTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Reeves. C. A., Laurel Springs. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Fender, C. G., Whitehead. 
Wagoner, Miss Ella, Whitehead. 
Maxwell, Miss Lula, Whitehead. 
Edwards, Miss Alice, Whitehead. 
McMillan, L. C, Furches. 
Evans, J. T., Piney Creek. 
Toliver, R. J., Stratford. 
Joines, C. E., Furches. 
Fields, Miss Pearl, Amelia. 
McMillan, Miss Florence, Piney 
Creek. 

Waddell, Miss Ethel. Topia. 

Hampton, Miss Bettie, Anna. 

Evans, Miss Stella, Piney Creek. 

Reeves, Miss Jennie, Anna. 

Rutherford, Miss Nannie, Mouth 
of Wilson Va. 

Black, Miss Lura, Piney Creek. 

Halsey, Miss Pearl, Piney Creek. 

Roupe, Miss Nannie, Piney Creek. 

Finney, Miss Maud, Mouth of Wil- 
son, Va. 

Billings, Miss Cleo, Mouth of Wil- 
son, Va* 

Parsons, Miss Mary, Mouth of Wil- 
son, Va. 

Black, Miss Laura, Piney Creek. 

Black, Miss Metta, 1 iney Creek. 

Reynolds, Miss Pearl, Stratford. 

Parsons, Miss Virgie, Mouth of Wil- 
son. Va. 

Parson, Miss Cleo, Mouth of Wil- 
son, Va. 

Hash, Miss Lula, Piney Creek. 

Hasley, Miss Cora, Piney Creek. 



Jones, Miss Maude, Abshers. 

Andrews, Mack, Glade Creek. 

Andrews, J. R., Glade Creek. 

Osborn, W. F., Mouth of Wilson, 
Va. 

Billings. C. E., Moxley. 

Perry, G. C, Topia. 

Hash, Bruce, Piney Creek. 

Holder, Everet, Nile. 

Sanders, C. M., Piney Creek. 

Evans, Miss Sela, Piney Creek. 

Rector, Miss Vivian, Hare. 

Oentry. Miss Stella, Cherry Lane. 

Hash, C. L., Piney Creek. 

Taylor, R. G., Furches. 

Taylor, Lester, Furches. 

Roiipe, J. L., Vox. 

Sparks, J. C, Sparta. 

Black, O. R., Piney Creek. 

Smith, Miss Ida, Piney Creek. 

Upchurch, Miss Ardie, Laurel 
Springs. 



SPARTA. 

Incorporated in 1881. 

Population, 1900: White, 467; col- 
ored, 34; total, 501. 

Value real estate, $05,000; value per- 
sonal property, $85,000. 

Postmaster — Mrs. Meroyn Cheek. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

M. E. Church, South — K. C. Keever. 
Baptist— W. J. Banks, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Sparta Institute — Geo. M. Holcombe, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
The Bank of Sparta — R. A. Dough- 
ton. President; D. R. Edwards, Vice- 
President, (Laurel Springs) ; T. J. 
Carson, Jr., Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 
Choate, B. O. 
Doughton, J. L. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Hackler, R. H., & Co. 

Edwards, W. S. 

Fields, F. P. 

Landreth, Glenn. 

Anderson, Ed. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Sparta — E. A. Williams, Prop. 

The Jones House — Mrs. H. F. Jones, 
Prop. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

The Richardson Wagon & Buggy 
Company. 

LAWYERS. 

Doughton, R. A. 
Wagoner, Jno. M. 
Cheek, v*eorge. 

Fields, W. C, Mouth of Wilson, Va. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
The Star— A. S. Carson, Editor. 



AXSOX COIXTY. 



ANSON COUNTY. 

(OIXTY SEAT. WADESBORO. 



Formed in 1766. Named in honor of Admiral Anson. 
Area: 4til square miles. 

Population: 25,000. White males, 6,500; white females, G,500 ; negro 
males. 6,000; negro females, 6,000; foreign born, 10. 

Value of real estate. $2,064,159; value of personal property. $1,417,843. 

Property listed in 1909 by white, $3,214,128; by negroes, $297,874. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 44; for negroes, 41. 

Tax Kale: County purposes, 20c. on the $100; roads, 25c; special, 10c. 

Public Roads : No. miles graden, 45. Worked by convict labor. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railway, 13.90 miles, assessed value $406,268.93 

Smit hern Express Company, assessed value 3,856.39 

Wadesboro Telephone Co., assessed value 5,500.00 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 2i.58 miles, assessed value 554,531.20 

Pullman Co., assessed value 4,644.79 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 4.262.00 

Western UnloD Telegraph Co., assessed value 14,666.93 

Norwood Electric & Water Co., assessed value 837.00 

Wadesboro Sewerage Co., assessed value 2.500.00 

Superior Court Terms: 7th Monday before 1st Monday in March; 1st 
Monday alter 1st Monday in September, for criminal cases only; 1st 
Monday in March ; 4th Monday after the 1st Monday in September (2 weeks) 
for civil cases only. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — Thos. C. Robin- 
son. Wadesboro. 

Sheriff — S. P. Martin. Wadesboro. 

Register of Deeds — C. W. Thomas. 
Wadesboro. 

Treasurer — J. O. A. Craig, Wades- 
boro. 

Coroner — E. F. Fenton, Wadesboro. 

Surveyor — A. F. Lyman, Lilesville. 

Co. Supt. of Health— J. M. Coving- 
ton, Jr., Wadesboro. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— .T. M. Wall. 
Wadesboro, R. F. D. Xo. 1. 

Supt. of County Home — James B. 
Henry, Wadesboro. 

Co. Board of Education— E. P. Liles, 
Lilesville; C. II. Rivers. White Store, 
R. F. D. No. 1.; J. L. Pratt, Morven. 

County Commissioners — H. B. Al- 
len, (ehrm.), Wadesboro; E. E. Mr- 
line. White Store: J. F. Spencer, Pee 
Dee. R. F. D. No. 1. 

County Board of Elections — G. S. 
Ledbetter, ehrm.). Wadesboro; J. W. 
Jones, Marshville, R. F. D. No. 1; R. 
S. Beeman, Wadesboro. 

JCSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Wadesboro Township — J. A. Little, 
G. W. Rogers, J. L. Edwards, Wades- 
boro. 

Lilesville— A. J. Allen. W. S. Cox, 
C. B. Birmingham, Lilesville. 

Morven — J. B. Cottingham, A. J. 
Brooks. McFarlan; T. E. Diggs, 
Morven, R. F. I). No. 1; W. E. Teu- 
nington, Morven. 

Gulled are — J. S. Mvers, M. W. Gaddy, 
C. H. Braswell. Wadesboro, R. F. D. 
Xo. 1; Edwin Wall. Morven, R. F. D. 



No. 1. 

White Store — F. H. Morgan, J. A. 
Leonard. White Store, R. F. D. No. 
6; J. W. Jones, Marshville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Lanesboro — J. W. Gales, Polkton ; J. 
P. Billingsly, Polkton, R. F. D. No. 
1 ; H. M. Baucom, Peachland, R. F. 
D. No. 1; C. S. Redfearn, Peachland. 

Burnsville — S. J. Turner, Polkton, 
R. F. D. No. 3; T. E. Monroe, Peach- 
land, R. F. D. No. 1; J. W. Thomas, 
J. B. Hyatt, Polkton, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Ansonville — George Burns, S. M. 
Clarke. Ansonville, R. F. D. No. 1; I. 
H. Sullivan, M. T. Ballard, Jr., An- 
sonville. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Baptist— R. D. Redfearn, White 
Store. R. F. D. No. 1 : J. A. Summey, 
Wadesboro ; J. P. Harris, Pee Dee, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Diamond Hill Academy — R. D. Red- 
fearn. Principal; White Store, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Gum Springs School — J. P. Harris, 
Principal, Pee Dee, R. F. D. No. 1. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Hart. J. E., Wadesboro, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Carpenter, S. B„ Ansonville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Griggs. Peter, Wadesboro. R. F. 
I). Xo. 2. 

Ross, A. S., Polkton, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Battle & Battle. Pee Dee. 

Bonsai & Co., Pee Dee. 



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77 



Hendley, A. E., Ausonville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Dunlap, Ausonville. R. F. D. No. 1. 

MeRae, E. E., White Store, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Lowery, M. S., Wadesboro. R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

COTTON GINS. 

Horne, J. D., Wadesboro. 

Allen, J. T., Wadesboro. 

Little, John R., Wadesboro. R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Ross, J. F., Ausonville. 

Smith, W. A., Ansonville. 
"Haynie, H., Wadesboro, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Ledbetter, G. S., Wadesboro, R. F. 
I>. No. 1. 

Diggs Bros., Morven, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Gulledg-e, Chewning- & Co., Wades- 
boro, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Collins, A. L., Hornesboro, S. C, R. 
F. D. 

Carpenter, S .B., Ausonville, R. F. 
D. lS T o. 1. 

Dunlap, D. R., Ansonville, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Dunlap, T. B., Ansonville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Hyatt, M. W., Ausonville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Beverly, R. J., Wadesboro. 

Lampley, Robert, Wadesboro, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Little, W. L., Wadesboro, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Threadgill, B. F., Polkton, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Braswell, C. H., Wadesboro, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Martin, J. T., Wadesboro, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Ross & Son. Polkton, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Efird, J. E., Polkton, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Gulledge, W. E., White Store. 

Dutton, W. C, Hornesboro, S. C, 
R. F. D. 

MeSw%n, J. E., Ansonville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Tyson, Josiah, Wadesboro. 

Hill Ginning Co., Wadesboro. 

Griggs, Peter, Wadesboro, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Gulledge & Son, Wadesboro, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Wadesboro. 

Ratliff, ,T. P., Wadesboro, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Robinson, C. P., Morven, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Dabbs, G. M., Polkton, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Lilesville Ginning Co.. Lilesville. 

Clarke, J. A., Lilesville. 

Coxe, Thos. C, Wadesboro. 

Trexler, J. F., Wadesboro, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Leggett, A. L., Polkton, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 



Hyatt, Thomas, Polkton, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Horne, T. A., Lilesville. 

Boylin, Mrs. J. G., Wadesboro. 

M<-(iregor, J. W., Lilesville. 

Seago, J. B., Lilesville. 

Little. H. W., Wadesboro. 

Ratliff & Dawkins, Ruby, S. C, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Watson. Mrs. J. M., White Store, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Hough. W. R., Wadesboro, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Phillips. J. T.. McFarlan. 

Spencer, W. S., Pee Dee, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Wall, Mrs. John T., Pee Dee, R. F. 
1>. Xo. 1. 

Morven Gin & Mill Co.. Morven. 

Hardison, T. V., Morven. 

Little, J. T.. Morven, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Martin, S. P., Wadesboro. 

Pratt, W. A.. Morven. 

Hancock & Edwards, Polkton, R. F. 
D. Xo. 2. 

Fountain Hill Mill Co., Peachland, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Dunlap, Mrs. J. J. (estate), Wades- 
boro. 

Moore, C. B., Peachland. 

Boggan Bros., Pee Dee. 

Ingram, Mrs. John B., Lilesville. 

Wall, B. L., Pee Dee, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Allen. G. W., & Co., Polkton, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Bennett, C. F., Polkton, R. F. D. 
No. JL. 

Caudle & Griffin, Polkton. 

Harris, S. K., Polkton. 

Little. George T., Wadesboro, R. F. 
D. Xo. 2. 

Little, L. L., Ansonville. 

McLaurin, Daniel, Morven, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Templeton, R. A., Morven. 

Adams, Erwin, Morven, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Hou^h, P. L., Wadesboro, R. F. 
D. Xo. 3. 

Sullivan, J. W., Wadesboro. 

Cnple, J. T. & R. E., Wadesboro, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Carpenter, J. W., Peachland. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Coxe. T. C, WadesDoro. 

McLendon, H. H., Wadesboro. 

Martin, J. T., Wadesboro, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Martin, B., Wadesboro, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

SAW MILLS. 

Alexander Lumber Co., Lilesville. 

Teal. C. C, Wadesboro. 

Harris, S. K., Polkton. 

Jerman Bros.. Wadesboro. 

Bailey, W. G., Wadesboro, R. F. D. 
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PUBLIC SCHOOL, TEACHERS. 

Mclver, .1. II., Wadesboro. 

McArthur, Prof., Lilesville. 

Harris. .1. I'., Lilesville. 

Massey, J. B. T.. McFarlan. 

Crawford, J. C, Morven. 

Humbert, \V. II., Polkton. 

Gavin & Son, Peachland. 
Bowman, M. Oscar, Polkton, R. 
P. D. No. 

Monroe, T. E., Polkton, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Redfearn, R. D., Polkton, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Morgan, Eugene, Polkton, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Caudle, Miss Inez, Wadesboro. 

Brent, Bliss Jennie B., Wadesboro. 

Terrell. Miss Ethel, Wadesboro. 

Dees, Miss Okla, Wadesboro. 

McKeithan, Miss Daisy, Wadesboro. 

Moore, Miss Rosa, Wadesboro. 

Hawkins, Miss Lucy, Wadesboro. 

Turner, Miss Bernice, Wadesboro. 

Gatewood, Miss Nannie, Wadesboro. 

Byrd. Miss Genie, Wadesboro. 

Watkins, Miss Pboebe, Wadesboro. 

Pope, Miss Sue. Wadesboro. 

Dunlap, Miss Ethel, Wadesboro. 

Howerton, Miss Beulah, Lilesville. 

DeLaney, Miss Mary, Lilesville. 

Harris, Miss Ophamie, Lilesville. 

McAlister, Miss Janie, Lilesville. 

Hinson, Miss Annie. Lilesville. 

McSwain, Miss Verna, Ansonville. 

Edwards, Miss Blannie, Morven. 

Wall, Miss Lilly, Morven. 

Morrison, Mrs. Daisy, Morven. 

Liles, Miss Sallie, Morven. 

May. Miss Mary B., Morven. 

Moore, Miss Estelle, Wadesboro. 

Byrd, Miss Corrie, Wadesboro. 

Jones, Miss Maggie, Wadesboro, R. 
F. D. 

Jones, Miss Fannie, Wadesboro, R. 
F. D. 

Ratliff. Miss Mary E., Wadesboro, 
R. F. D. 

Cox, Miss Rosa, Wadesboro. 

Griggs, Miss Annie, Wadesboro, R. 
F. D. 

Hendley, Miss Nora, Wadesboro. 

Thomas, Miss Bonnie, Polkton. 

Shelleni, Miss Nelle, Marshville, R. 
F. D. 

Lockhart, Miss Myra, Polkton, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Hyatt, Miss Bessie, Polkton, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Waddell, Miss Gussie, Ansonville. 

Lentz, Bliss Lizzie, Ansonville. 

Maner, Miss Addie, Ansonville. 

Kendall, Miss Jessie, Ansonville. 

Kendall, Miss Fronie, Ansonville. 

Brasington, Mrs. Olivette, Cedar 
Hill. 

WADESBORO. 

Population, 1909: 4,000. 

No. white polls, 263; No. colored 
polls, 92. 



Value real estate and personal 
property. $9S7,7S2. 

Tax Kate: 95c. on the $100 and 
11.60 on the poll. 

Bonded debt, $25,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. K. Boggan. 

Chief of Police — C. B. Luther. 

City Clerk— R. T. Bennett, Jr. 

Treasurer — R. T. Bennett, Jr. 

Tax Collector— C. B. Luther. 

City Attorney — Fred. J. Coxe. 

Postmaster — P. B. Matheson. 

R. R. Agents— L. C. Parker, Sea- 
board Air Line; Thomas Clifton, At- 
lantic Coast Line. 

Express Agent — J. G. Riddick, 
Southern Express Co. 

Telegraph Manager — Wm. B. Rose, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Telephone Manager — W. T. Rose, 
Wadesboro Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— T. W. Chambliss, Pastor. 

Episcopal— W. H. Ball, Rector. 

Methodist— J. H. West. Pastor. 

Presbyterian — R. M. Mann, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Wadesboro Graded School— J. H. 
Mclver, Supt. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

National Hotel. 
Klondyke Hotel. 
Flake House. 
Benton House. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Lawson, C. A. 
Everette, D. J. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

First National Bank— J. D. Leak, 
President ; W. L. Marshall, Cashier. 

Bank of Wadesboro — L. D. Robin- 
son, President; C. M. Burns, Jr., 
Cashier. 

Southern Savings Bank — John T. 
Patrick, President; W. M. JVIorton, 
Cashier. ft 

BAKERS. 

Wall, S. J. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Wadesboro Brick & Lumber Co. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Liles, W. H. 

Wadesboro Clothing & Shoe Co. 

Wadesboro Dry Goods Co. 

Little, H. W., & Co. 

Hardison Co. 

Bennett Bros. 

Huntlev, W. J. 

Allen, H. B., & Co. 

Allen, F. C, & Son. 

Ashcraft. K. W. 

Medley & Wall. 

Crowder, J. A. 

Hightower, F. M. 

BOOK STORES. 

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BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Rhyne, P. T. 
Howell, W. B. 
Redfearn, R. J. W. 
Harrington, Carl. 

CARRIAGE DEALERS. 
Blalock Hardware Co. 
Wadesboro Live Stock Co. 
Little, H. W. 
Little, J. J. 

CLUBS. 
Wadesboro Wide-A-Wake Club. 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Parsons & Hardison. 
McKeithan, H. H. 
Allen, J. F. 

COTTON MILLS. 
Wadesboro Cotton Mill Co. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Pinkston. J. T., & Son. 
Hanna. E. L. 
Gatewood, D. E. 
Burns Bros. 
Pinkston, W. X. 
Tice, J. T. 
McRae, J. A. 
Jeans, W. N. 
Hill, J. E. C. 
Red f earn, R. J. W. 
Tarlton, V. F. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Lawson, C. A. 

Wadesboro Brick & Lumber Co. 
Everette, D. J. 
Bowman, C. C. 
Preslar, J. S. 
Lindsay, S. J. 
Fort, G. W. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Wadesboro Oil Mill. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
F. C. Parsons, President. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Liles, W. H. 

Wadesboro Clothing & Shoe Co. 
Allen, H. B.. & Co. 
Medley & Wall. 
Ashcraft, K. W. 

COTTON GINS. 
Wadesboro Oil Mill (2). 
Sullivan, Jesse. 
Lampley, Robert. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
The Busy Corner Department Store. 
Wadesboro Dry Goods Co. 

DENTISTS. 
Huntley, Roy M. 
Boyette. J. M. 
Gray, W. F. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Parsons Drug Co. 

Zoo Pharmacy, Fox & Lyon, Props. 

Pee Dee Pharmacy. 

DOCTORS. 
Ashe, E. S. 
Bennett, J. H. 
Covington, J. M. 



Covington, J. M., Jr. 

Ross, R. D. 

Thomas, E. L. (col.) 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Wadesboro Dry Goods Co. 

Liles, W. H. 

Bennett Bros. 

Huntley, W. J. 

Ashcraft, K. W. 

Crowder, J. A. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Municipal ownership. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Wadesboro Oil Mill. (Manufacturer.) 

Little, H. W., & Co. 

Home, J. D. 

Leak & Marshall. 

Huntley, L. J. 

Hardison Co. 

FLORISTS. 

Fitzsrerald, T. J., Jr. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Rbyne. P. T. 

Howell, W. B. 

Redfearn, R. J. W. 

Reid Brothers. 

FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Morgan Bros. 

Watkins, C. H. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Oatlinss Furniture Co. 

Cox, H. H. 

GROCERS. 

Parsons & Hardison. (Wholesale.) 

Pinkston, J. T., & Son. 

Redfearn, J. T. 

Gatewood, D. E. 

Winfree, Elias. 

Hiiihtower, F. M. 

Odom, J. W. 

Redfearn. R. J. W. 

Nash, John. 

Colson, O. K. 

Hill, J. E. C. 

Jeans, W. N. 

McRae, J. A. 

Tice, J. T. 

Caraway, T. T. 

Tarlton, V. F. 

Burns Bros. 

Hardison Co. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Blalock Hardware Co. 

Covington, B. G. 

Jeans, W. N. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Marshall & Little (Life and Fire.) 

Steele, W. Leak, (Life and Fire). 

Anson Real Estate & Insurance Co. 
(Life and Fire). 
McGregor, D. A., (Life and Fire). 

JEWELERS. 

Bowman. R. L. 
Crowder, B. H. 

LAUNDRIES. 

Kingho. 

Allen, J. F., Agt. Charlotte Steam 
Laundry. 



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LAWYERS. 

Bennett, John T. 

Dunlap, F. L. 

Robinson & Caudle. 

Lockhart, James A. 

McLendon & Thomas. 

Brock, W. B. 

• 'iixe, Fred J. 

Oulledge, J. W. 

Dunlap, F. W. 

Boggan, H. S. 
LIMBER M'F'B'S AND DEALERS. 

Wadesboro Brick & Lumber Co. 

Everette, D. J. 

Fort. George W. 

MARBLE WORKS. 

Wadesboro .Marble .Sc Granite Fin- 
ishing Co. 

M VCHINERY DEALERS. 

Blalock Hardware Co. 

Little, H. W., & Co. 

< !ovington, B. G. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Wadesboro Cotton Mill. 

Wadesboro Silk Mill Co. 

Wadesboro furniture Co. 

Wadesboro Oil Co. (Cotton seed oil, 
fertilizer and ice.) 

Hawkins, W. H. (Shirt manufac- 
turer. ) 

Wadesboro Pepsi-Cola Bottling 
Works. 

Wadesboro Candy Kitchen. 

Wheeler, C. S. (Harness m'f'r.) 
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Parsons Drug' Co. 

Blalock Hardware Co. 

Covington, B. <:. 

PAINTERS. 

B. R. Hill. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 

Jeans, W. N. 

Rhyue, P. T. 

PLUMBERS. 

W. N .Rhea. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 

Gathings Furniture Co. 

Cox, H. H. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Bland, C. A. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

The Ansonian — W. C. Bivens, Edi- 
tor. 

The Messenger-Intelligencer — J. G. 
Boylin, Editor. 

Lowe. John, & Son. (Job Printers. 1 
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Anson Real Estate & Ins. Co. 

Odom. J. W. 

Gulled ge, John W. 

Patrick. J. T. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 

Caudle, T. L. 

Wadesboro Brick & Lumber Co. 

Odom, J. W. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Anson. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS 

Gathings Coffin & Casket Co. 



Shepherd, S. S. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Gathings Furniture Co. 
Cox, H. H. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Wadesboro Live Stock Co. 
Bryant, M. W. 



Mills, J. 


D. 




Huntley 


& 


Martin. 


Coward. 


D. 


E. 


Little, J 


J. 





PEACHLAND. 

Incorporated in 1885. 
Population, 1009: White, 300: -ol- 
oreder, 25 ; 325. 

Tax Rate: 15c. on the $100 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayoi — A. D. Griffin. 
Postmaster — W. B. Bryant. 
Chief of Police— A. A. Phifer. 
R. R. Agent— F. W. Causey, Sea- 
board Air Line. 

Manager Telegraph — F. W. Causey, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHUS. 
Primitive Baptist — James Mills, Pas- 
tor. 

Missionary Baptist — E. C. Snider, 
Pastor. 
Methodist— L. T. Cordell. Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Peachland Academy — E. L. Gavin, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Branch of Southern Savings Bank 
of Wadeshoro — J. S. Bivens in charge. 
DOCTORS. 
Barrett, W. W. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Barrett, W. W. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Leak & Marshall. 
Thomas, S. L. 
Trawick & Co. 
Redfearn Bros. 
Griffin & Tucker. 
Phifer, A. A. 
Crowder, James. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Griffin, A. D., Prop. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Duncan, M. W. 
Parker & Burns. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Moore, J. A. (Grist Mill.) 
Moore, J. A. (Bucket "ATaniifacturer.) 



ANSONVILIiE. 

Incorporated in 1881. 

Population. 1909: White, 200; col- 
ored, 200; total, 400. 

Value real estate, $100,000; value 
personal prorertv, $50,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Postmaster — Mrs. M. K. Hendley. 

Chief of Police— B. F. Trexler. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

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Baptist— G. O. Wilhoit, Pastor. 

Episcopal— W. H. Ball, Rector. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Ansonville High School — Miss Gus- 
sie Woddell, Principal 

DOCTORS. 

Dunlap, J. M. 

Carpenter, S. B.. R. F. D. No. 1. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

McLendon, E. F. 

Brooks, W. D. 

Hildreth, W. H. 

Ross, J. F. 

Duke, J. P. 

Ross, O. E. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Wilhoit, W. H. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Ansonville Manufacturing Company 
(Doors, Sash and Cotton Planters.) 

McFARLAN 

Incorporated in 1SS3. 

Population, 1909: White, 12S; col- 
ored, 44; total, 172. 

Value real estate, $150,000; value 
personal property, $50,000. 

Tax Rate: 70c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — A. J. Brooks. 

Postmaster — W. S. Braswell. 

Chief of Police; — J. M. Singer. 

R. R. Agent — S. A. Worsley, Atlantic 
Coast Line R. R. Co. 

Manager Telegraph — S. A. Worsley, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist Episcopal — W. P. McGhee, 
Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant— H. W. Bras- 
well, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

McFarlan High School— J. E. Mas- 
sey, Principal. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Northcutt & Braswell Co. 

Deal, C. G. 

Keeth, J. M. 

Odom, J. W. 

Timmons, B. F. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Braswell, H. E. 

Timmons, B. F. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Odom, Edwin. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Odom, J. W. (Cotton gin, saw mill, 
grist mill and flour mill.) 

Timmons, S. T. (Wood and iron 
worker.) 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Braswell, W. S. 



MORVEN. 

Incorporated in 1S82. 

Population, 1909: White, 500; col- 
ored, 300; total, 800. 

Value real estate, $76,916; value per- 
sonal property, $60,443.93. 



Tax Rate: 35c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — D. M. Johnson. 
Postmaster — J. B. Ballard. 
Chief of Police — J. E. Lewis. 
R. R. Agent — C. C. Dunn, Atlantic 
Coast Line R. R. Co. 

Manager Telegraph — C. C. Dunn, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist — W. P. McGhee, Pastor. 
Presbyterian — C. B. CurrTe, Pastor 
Baptist — G. H. Church, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Morven State High School — J. C. 
Crawford. Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Morven — T. W. Hudison, 
President; G. A. Martin, Vice-Presi- 
dent; M. L. Ham, Cashier; T. C. 
Cox, Assistant Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Thompson, N. D. 
Meisenheimer. T. F. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Morven Drug Co. 
Hines, J. C. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Moore, J. E., & Co. 
Dunn, Mrs. E. .1. 
Hardison, T. U. 
Morrison, J. E., & Co. 
Pratt, F. P. 
Gathings, R. H.. & Co. 
Long, Mrs. M. M. 
Little, .T. L., & Co. 
Ballard, T. C. 
Lowry-Liles Co. 
Boyd, J. P. 
Covington, J. W. 

BROKERS. 
Watson, M. C. 
Liles, D. A. . 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Meisenheimer, T. F. 
Griggs. E. L. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Roswell, C. T. 
Ballard, T. J. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Morven Mill & Gin Co. (Cotton gin, 
saw mill, corn and wheat mills.) 
INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Cox, T. C. 



LILESVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1872. 

Population, 1909: White, 250; col- 
ored, 100; total, 350. 

Value real estate, $125,000; value 
personal property, $75,000. 

Tax Rate. 20c. «n the $100 and 60c. 
on poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — A. J. Allen. 

Postmaster — A. P. Liles. 

Chief of Police — J. T. Poplin. 

R. R. Agent — D. G. Stutz, Seaboard 
Air Line Railway. 



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Manager Telegraph — D. G. Stutz, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist — C. II. Clyde, Pastor. 
Baptist — John A. Sumney, Pastor 
Presbyterian — C B. Currie, Pastoi. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Lilesville High School — J. A. Mc- 
Arthur, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Lilesville — J. F. Alexander, 
President; B. R. Wall, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Wyatt, J. Leak. 
Kerr, J Edward. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Kerr & Wall. 
Knotts, W T. 

GENERAL, MERCHANDISE. 
Home, T. A. 
Usher, S. T. 
Wall, A. G. 
Saunders, J. T. 
Clark, J. S. 
Liles, E. P. 
Liles, A P. 
Knotts, -W. T. 
Dobbs, J A. 
Hatcher, S. E. 
Kerr & Wall. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Saunders, J. T. (Saunders House.) 
Allen, A. ,T. (Allen House.) 
LIVERY STABLES. 
Allen & Massagee. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
J F. Alexander Lumber Co. (Saw 
mills and planer mills.) 



POLKTON. 

Incorporated in 1873. 
Population. 1909: White, 350; col- 
ored, 150; total, 500. 



Value real estate, -flO.OOO; value per- 
sonal property, $6,000. 

Tax Kate: 1-4 or 1 per cent. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — J. W. Gales. 
Postmaster — R. M. Flake. 
Chief of Police— C. M. Smith. 
R. R Agent— J. E Carter, Seaboard 
Air Line Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — J. E. Carter. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist— L. T. Cordell, Pastor. 
Baptist— G. H. Church, Pastor. 
Presbyterian — C. B. Currie, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES 
Polkton High School — W. F Hum- 
bert, Principal; T. M. Smith, Asst. 
BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Polkton Bank — Leak S. Covington 
President ; R. T. Troutman, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Smith, L. C. 

DENTISTS. 
Smith, T. M 

DRUGGISTS 

Smith Bros. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Crump, W. F. 

O'Neal, T. K. 

Boyd & Martin. 

McDaniel, W. J. 

Beacham & Moore. 
. Austin, R. G. 

Heldrith, W. H. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOLSES. 

Polkton Hotel 

Mrs. C H. Martin. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Martin, I. W. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Anson Lumber Co. 
Harrises Ginning Co. 



ASHE COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, JEFFERSON. 



Formed in 1799. Named in honor of Governor Samuel Ashe. 

Area: 650 square miles. 

Population: 19,581. White males, 9,542; white females, 9,355; negro 
males, 318; negro females. 366; foreign born, 12. 

Value of real estate, $1, 303,513; value of personal property, $1,235,335. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $2,513,400; by negroes, $25,3S8. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 101; for negroes, 10. 

Tax Rate: County purposes. 23 2-3c. on the if 100 ; special, 25c. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 650. Worked bv free labor; no tax. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Wilkesboro & Jefferson Turnpike Co., assessed value $300.00 

Horton Telephone Co., assessed value 571.00 

Superior Court Terms: April 4th, July 11th, and October 24th, each to 
continue two weeks and for trial of civil and criminal cases. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— W. H. Worth, 
Jefferson. 

Sheriff— G. B. Austin. Burnt Hill. 



Register of Deeds — J. A. Jones, Jef- 
ferson. 

Treasurer — L. S. Vannoy, Fleetwood. 
Coroner — T. J. Call, Hopkins. 



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Surveyor — C. W. Ray, Treetop. 

Co. Supt. of Health— J. C. Tester- 
man, Jefferson. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— W. H. Jones, 
Warrensville. 

Supt of County Home — W. R. 
Brown, Jefferson. 

Co. Board of Education — W. F. 
Lewis, Solitude; A. M. Lewis, Clif- 
ton ; F. M. Miller, Clifton. 

County Commissioners — H. A. Filer. 
(ohm.), Berlin; W. H. Garvey, Beaver 
Creek ; F. P. McGuire, McGuire. 

County Board of Elections — W. H. 
Jones, (chm.), Warrensville; W. M. 
Bledsoe, Gale; J. W. Wayman, Jef- 
ferson. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Chestnut Hill Township— J. F. 
Oliver, Crunipler ; G. \V. Sawyer, 
Crumpler; S. S. Revis, Nathans Creek. 

Clifton— H. C. Poe, Clifton; W. M. 
Graybeal, Clifton ; R. F. Jenkins, Fig'. 

Creston — Wilborn Greer, Toliver; A. 
H. Lewis, Creston ; Ervin Riley, Fig ; 
W. J. McEwen, Creston ; T. S. Max- 
well, Fig ; James McMillan, Fig. 

Grassy Creek — S. L. Duvall, Grassy 
Creek ; J. C. Palsey, Grassy Creek ; J. 
M. Sawyer, Weaverford ; J. A. Pierce, 
Grassy Creek. 

Horse Creek — J. D. Stanbery, Lan- 
sing; J. J. Lyall, Apple Grove; Jesse 
Goss, Park, Va. ; J. J. Barr, Pinckton ; 
Tivis Miller, Lansing ; Joseph Poe, 
Edison ; Sidney Tucker, Park, Va. ; 
Arthur Rose, Park, Va. 

Helton — I. R. Young, Helton ; Cas- 
per Blevins, Helton ; W. A. Weaver, 
Sturs-ills; W. O. Dickson, Grassy 
Creek. 

Jefferson — George F. Bare, Wag- 
oner; W. E. Johnson, Jefferson: Har- 
ry Proctor, Jefferson ; S. T. Sanderfur, 
Jefferson; W. A. Dancy, Index; F. L. 
Colvard, Crumpler; C. W. Phillips, 
Othello. 

Laurel — H. L. Williams Hemlock; 
D. J. Patrick, Hemlock; V. W. 
Phipps, Hemlock; B. F. Kirby, Gray- 
son ; J. A. Martin, Thaxton ; J. K. 
Taylor, Grayson. 

North Fork — W. F. Lewis, Solitude; 
W. R. Osborne, Solitude; L. J. Stur- 
gill, Parker; James T. Cornett, Suth- 
erland; J. B. Sutherland, Sutherland. 

Ohids— D. H. Burgess, Obids ; J. C. 
Parsons, Glendale Springs; W. H. 
Parsons, Othello; D. C. Miller, Ohids; 
Newton Bare. Glendale Springs; John 
C. Bowlin, Glendale Springs. 

Old Fields — W. A. Houck. Baldwin ; 
I. E. Duncan, Todd; J. W. Duncan, 
Beaver Creek; J. A. Moretz, McGuire; 
S. G. Trivett, Beaver Creek; R. C. 
Parsons, Raven; Ishmael Graham, 
Todd. 

Peak Creek — A. C. Dancy, Scottville ; 
S. M. Transon. Transon ; J. D. Bare, 
Ore Knob; J. C. Miller Laurel Spring; 
W. L. Miller, Transon ; J. F. Johnson, 



Ripple; M. V. Hoppers, Algiers. 

Pine Swamp — J. P. Goodman, Nettle 
Knob; W. H. Owens, Hopkins; V. L. 
Moretz, Hopkins ; A. H. Church, Idle- 
wild ; W. G. Blackburn, Fleetwood ; 
D. H. Goodman, Nettle Knob ; Charlie 
Hodgson, Oval; J. F. Hartzog, Idle- 
wild ; J. R. Johnston, Idlewild. 

Piney Creek — Jonathan Perry, Park, 
Va.; W. C. Powers, Weasel; A. F. 
Miller, Park, Va. ; M. F. Jones, Ber- 
lin; H. C. Tucker, Park, Va.; W. J. 
Roberts, Grassy Creek; Henderson A. 
Eller, Lansing. 

Walnut Hill— R. F. Blevins, 
Crumpler ; G. O. Francis, Crumpler ; 
M. S. May, Grassy Creek; R. L. 
Beeves, Grassy Creek ; A. P. Barker, 
Crumpler. 

SAW MILLS. 

Walters, J. E., Jefferson. 

Osborne, D. A., Beldon. 

Dillard, J. F., Orion. 

McNeill, J. R., Jefferson. 

McNeill, P. G., Jefferson. 

Latham. J. R., Clifton. 

McEwen, W. J., Creston. 

Ruark, A. W., Solitude. 

Latham, W. W., Trout. 

Lewis. H. M.. Solitude. 
MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Missionary Baptist — Creed Roberts, 
Grassy Creek; J. F. Stanley, Hemlock; 
P. H. Haire, Fleetwood; W. F. Barker, 
(brassy Creek; Elihu Tucker, Grassy 
Creek'; R. M. Burkett, Theta ; R. L. 
Shoaf, Warrensville; J. T. Glenn, 
Hemlock; W. H. Glenn, Dandy; Hugh 
Campbell, Hemlock; J. M. Neaves, 
Crumpler. 

Primitive Baptist— C. C. Davis, 
Park, Va. ; B. H. Blevins. Crumnler. 

Union Baptist— Jesse Bare, Clifton; 
Monroe Elliott, Clifton ; W. H. Dar- 
nell. Dresden; L. C. Craven, Linney; 
J. V. Yates,' Clifton; Harvey Lewis. 
Solitude; John Riddle, Treetop; Wil- 
liam Porter. Linney; J. G. Miller, 
Jefferson ; E. Z. Sexton, Edison. 

M. E. Church, South — J. F. Houck, 
Baldwin; B. M. Jackson, Creston; P. 
L Shore, Sturgiil; Amhrose Weaver, 
Sturgill. 

M. E. Church — Hiram Weaver, Lan- 
sing; W. A. Patton, Lansing; Rufus 
Graybeal, Hemlock; D. W. Haga, 
Green Valley, John Romlnger, Lan- 
sing; T. A. Farmer. Lansing. 

German Baptist— E. M. Sheets, 
Dresden; a. W. Miller. Clifton; H. J. 
Woodie, Beldon : D. P. Welch, Dres- 
den : Jonathan Miller. Clifton. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Caudill, M. D., Green Valley. 

Osborne, D. L., Green Valley. 

Maxwell, L., Solitude. 

Maxwell, R. S., Solitude. 

Thomas, J. D., Creston. 

Latham, W. W., Trout. 

Jones, W. T. A., Toliver. 

Graybeal, J. M., Hemlock. 



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Joincs, R. IT., & Co., Hemlock. 

Hemlock Extract Co., Hemlock. 

Kilby, B. P., Grayson. 

C.illey, G. W., Clifton. 

Roten & Roark, Clifton. 

Welch Bros., Edison. 

Greer, W. T., & Co., Dandy. 

Elliott, J. S., Pinckton. 

Gillev, W. P., Park, Va. 

Taylor & Clark, Park. Va. 

Baldwin, J. N., Lansing. 

Darnell & Son, Weasel. 

Thompson, S. E., Park, Va. 

Porter, G. W., Helton. 

Dickson, G .D., Grassy Creek. 

Pierce, J. A., Grassy Cseek. 

Thompson, W. G., & Co., Grassy 
Creek. 

Wagg, A. W., & Son, Grassy Creek. 

McMillan, Walter W., Nathans 

Brown, E. D., Crumpler. 

.Tones & McNeill, Crumpler. 
Creek. 

Richardson, J. P., Nathans Creek. 

Wilcox, G. G., Transon. 

Bare, R., Ore Knob. 

Bare, C. R., Glendale Springs. 

McNeill, W. R., Obids. 

Severet. J. P., Glendale Springs. 

Colvard, J. H., Idlewild. 

Osborne. G. H., & Son. Oval. 

Brown, T. H.. Riverside. 

Edwards, K. F.. Baldwin. 

Greer. Hamp, Woodford. 

Rav, Fred G., Baldwin. 

Dollar, W. P., Linney. 

Bare. W. J., Orion. 

Little, A. P., Sons, Crnmpler. 

Price. B. C, Benboland. 

Roark, E. G., Green Valley. 

Sutherland Mercantile Co., Suther- 
lands. 

Turner, W. W., Solitude. 

Worth, Joe, Creston. 

Graham, J. S., Trout. 

Jones, R. A., Hemlock. 

Williams, H. L., & Son, Hemlock. 

Martin, J. A., Thaxton. 

Farmer, J .P., Sly. 

Sapp, John, Sly. 

Latham, C. R., Clifton. 

Welch Bros., Dresden. 

Stanbery, W. J., Lansing. 

Ashley, G. E., Clifton. 

Clark, Harvey, Lansing. 

Tucker, S-, Park, Va. 

Baldwin, P. H., Brandon. 

Bauguess, T. J., Weasel. 

Helton Woolen Mills, Sturgills. 

Carter, Pasley & Son, Grassy Creek. 

Sturgill, J. A., Rugby, Va. 

Parson Bros. .Weaverford. 

Edwards. P. C, Crumpler. 

McMillan, C. P., Crumpler. 

Sawvers, G. W., Crumpler. 

Stout, I. M., Gale. 

Hunt, Lee. Ore Knob. 

Burgess, D. H. & H. H., Obids. 

Long & Lyon, Obids. 

Miller, E.. & Co.. Glendale Springs. 

Moretz, V. L., Hopkins. 



Yannoy, L. S., Fleetwood. 
Duncan, J. W., Beaver Creek. 
Graham & Co., Todd. 
McGuire Bros. & Co., McGuire. 
Wilcox, J. M., Raven. 
Colvard, W. T., & Co., Orion. 
Garvey, W. H., Beaver Creek. 
Perkins, G. A., & Co., Treetop. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Helton High School— J. O. Good- 
man, Sturgills. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Jones, T. Lester, Lansing. 
Jones, Thester, Lansing. 
Barton, J. H., Weaverford. 
Jones, R. W., Clifton. 
Lemley, I. T., Todd. 
Graham, W. R., Todd. 
Blackburn, W. R., Todd. 
Pennington, S. E., Sturgills. 
Jones, A. L., Helton. 
Ballou, J. L., Crumpler. 
Call, T. J., Hopkins. 
Robinson, W. J., Creston. 
Tugman, B. W., Fig. 
Jones, U. G., Clifton. 
FLOUK, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Creston Roller Mills, Creston. 
Helton Roller Mills, Helton. 
Idol. B. V., Jefferson. 
Blevins, J. F., W T eaversford. 
Bauguess, T. J., Weasel. 
Ballou, J. XL, Grassy Creek. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Dickson, C. M., Jefferson. 
Dickson, Claude, Silas Creek. 
Dickson, Wiley, Silas Creek. 
Dickson, William, Silas Creek. 
Stuart, Isaac, Silas Creek. 
Blevins, Roby, Silas Creek. 
Graybeal, Arthur, Sussex. 
Jones, J. W., Clinton. 
Howell, William, Budd. 
Howell, Miss Sallie, Raven. 
Houck, Roby, Baldwin. 
Tugman, B. W., Todd. 
Howell, Miss Naomi, Oval. 
Graham, C. E., Todd. 
Graham, W. L., Todd. 
Miller, Killy, Comet. 
Shepherd, Fildon, Pinckton. 
Shepherd, Ambrose, Pinckton. 
Robbinson, E. S., Roten. 
Eller, Miss Bertha, Berlin. 
Koontz, R. V., Gale. 
Tucker, E. F., Furches. 
Luther, William, Jefferson. 
Vannoy, Robert, Crumpler. 
Baker, J. D., Oval. 
Graham, Patterson, Eye. 
Thompson, K. F., Eye. 
Jones, C. E., Berlin. 
Jones, Bertie, Berlin. 
Brown, S. W., Sturgills. 
Blevins, Daniel, Helton. 
Blevins, Clint, Crumpler. 
Goodman, Miss M. J., Beaver Creek. 
Goodman, R. H., Beaver Creek. 
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Thompson, L., Eugene. 

Francis, G. O., Crumpler. 

Graybeal, David, Graybeal. 

Phipps, W. A., Graybeal. 

Taylor, B. F., Weavers Ford. 

Grisby, B. P., Fig. 

Phipps, W. F., Weavers Ford. 

Goodman, Miss I. V., Beaver Creek. 

Greer, J. S., Woodford. 

Absher, D. C, Obids. 

Testerman, J. A., Silas Creek. 

Moratz, J. A., Hopkins. 

Reedy, O. G., Grassy Creek. 

Osborne, Oscar, Parker. 

Phipps, J. F., Bleviu. 

Blevins, R. F., Blevin. 

Goodman, Avery, Beaver Creek. 

Garvey, Bina, Beaver Creek. 

Johnson, J. A., Berlin. 

Goss, Miss Clara, Creston. 

Jones, U. S., Clifton. 

Goodman, J. O., Beaver Creek. 

Goss, Miss Emma, Creston. 

Bower, Miss Maude, Jefferson. 

Graybeal, Miss Clemmie, Jefferson. 

Absher, Mrs. Mabel, Obids. 

Dobbin, Mrs. Grace, Todd. 

Lewis, Miss Bessie, Green Valley. 

Eller, W. F., Berlin. 

Jones, W. H., Jr., Berlin. 

Roteu, Miss C. M., Baldwin. 

Roten, A. W., Baldwin. 

Roten, Miss C. L.. Baldwin. 

Brewer, G., Clifton. 

Williams, Charlie, Fleetwood. 

Keller, L. M., Fleetwood. 

Walker, Miss Hattie, Grassy Creek. 

Perkins, W. F., Orion. 

Shepherd, G. G., Pinckton. 

Francis, C. E., Sturgills. 

Robinson, Emmet, Sturgills. 

Seats, W. F., Sutherlands. 



JEFFERSON. 

Incorporated in 1850. 
Population, 1909: White, 275; col- 
ored, 25; total, 300. 



Value real estate, $36,518; value per- 
sonal property, $32,049. 

Tax Bate: 30c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
No tpwn government. 
Postmaster — J. W. Hardin. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
M. E. Church, South— F. L. Shore, 
Pastor. 

Baptist — No Pastor. 
Presbyterian — Wm. M. Baker, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Jefferson Academy — W. O. & J. A. 
Dickson, Principals. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
The Bank of Ashe — J. E. Finley, 
President; W. H. Worth, Cashier. 

The First National Bank — W. C. 
Greer, Pres; S. G. Parsons, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Colvard, J. W. 
Testerman, J. C. 
Blevins, Manley. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Testerman, J. C. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Neal Bros. 

Jefferson Cash Store. 
McNeill, E. A. 
Johnson, E. E., & Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Hotel Jefferson, E. L. Tucker, Prop. 
Gentry House, Miss Sallie Gentry, 
Prop. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Jefferson Roller Mill. 

LAWYERS. 
Park, G. L. 
Ballou. R. L. 
Councill, J. B. 
Bowie. T. C. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Worth, W. H., & Co. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
The Jefferson Recorder — T. W. 
Adams, Editor. 

The Ashe Job Office — Job Printers. 



BEAUFORT COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, WASHINGTON. 



Formed in 171S. Named in honor of Duke of Beaufort. 

Area: S19 square miles. 

Population : 30,000. 

Value of real estate, $4,581,SG8; value of personal property, $1,830,252. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $5,984,765; by negroes, $427,355. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 23 2-3c. on the $100 and 38c. on poll; special, 
131-3c. County bonded debt, $87,500. 

Public Roads: Worked under Old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Investment Company, assessed value $ 104.00 

Postal Telegraph Cable Company, assessed value 1,158.00 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co., 6.62 miles, assessed value 193,489.23 

Southern Express Cornoany, assessed value 8.019.59 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 3,824.33 

Norfolk & Southern Railway, 46.14 miles, assessed value 459,187.55 

Washington & Hyde Telephone Company, assessed value 4,620.00 

lONATHAN HAVENS, Washington, N. C. 

CORN, WHEAT AND COTTON SEED MILLER. 
BUYER AND SELLER OF CORN, WHEAT, COTTON SEED, OATS, HAY. 
PEAS, COTTON SEED MEAL AND HULLS. 



86 BEAUFORT COUNTS 

Washington & Aurora Telephone Company, assessed value 1,000.00 

Williamston Telephone Company, assessed value 325.00 

Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Company, assessed value 6,290.00 

Washington & Vandemere Railroad, 3:'>.50 miles, assessed value... 73.071.S8 
Superior Court Terms: February 14th; May 23rd, civil eases only. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



E. 



—George A. Paul, 

Ricks, Washing- 

-Gilbert Rumley, 



Washing- 
A. Nichol- 



L. Vaugh- 



R. War- 
Stancill, 



E. 
B. 
C. 



Clerk of the Court 

Washington. 

Sheriff — George 
ton. 

Register of Deeds 
Washington. 

Treasurer — Joseph F. Tayloe, Wash 
ington. 

Coroner — Joshua Tayloe, 
ton. 

Co. Supt. of Health— P. 
son, Washington. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— W. 
an, Washington. 

Supt. of County Home — Elias Bright, 
Washington. 

Co. Board of Education — E. W. 
Ayers, (chrni.), Washington; W. M. 
Britt, Bonnerton ; T. R. Hodges, 
Washington. 

County Commissioners — R. 
ren, Washington ; W. H. 
Washington ; F. H. "Von Eberstein, 
Chocowinity ; W. H. Hooker, Aurora ; 
H. C. Boyd, Pinetown.; Thomas Green, 
Pantego ; L. P. Harris, Pinetown. 

County Board of Elections— H. 
Harding, (chrm.), Washington; W 
Windley, (sec), Washington; W. 
Ellis, Washington. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Bath Township — Thomas Webster, 
Pinetown ; T. L. Jackson, Pinetown ; 
W. A. Tankard. Bath; G. M. Jordan, 
Sidney: W. C. Kinion, Sidney; W. H. 
Tyer, Bath. 

Chocowinity — W. A. Blount, Jr.. 
Chocowinity; W. R. Galloway, Blounts 
Creek ; W. H. Patrick, Chocowinity ; 
W. A. Cratch, Blounts Creek. 

Long Acre — H. C. Boyd, Pinetown ; 
W. B. Fleming, Pinetown ; J. R. Pink- 
ham, Washington ; Charles A. Single- 
ton, Washington; L. C. Alligood, 
Washington ; T. A. Berry, Pinetown ; 

C. J. Cutler, Washington ; A. N. Cut- 
ler, Washington ; S. W. Boyd, Pine- 
town ; O. L. Sparrow, Pinetown; M. 
H. Cutler, Pinetown ; L. M. Shepherd, 
Washington; E. K. Gurganus, Pine- 
town. 

Pantego — O. F. Davis, Pantego ; W. 

D. Sadler, Pinetown ; A. L. Bell, Bel- 
haven ; L. W. Paul, Bath; W. J. Bul- 
lock, Belhaven ; R. H. Allen, Pungo ; 
R. D. Adams, Pantego; W. S. Riddick, 
Belhaven ; W. G. Waters, Pantego ; A. 
B. Jones, Pantego. 

Richland— W. L. Godley, South 
Creek ; E. R. Tripp, Bonnerton ; J. A. 
Hardy, Aurora ; Benj. Potter, South 
Creek ; J. M. Messic, South Creek ; J. 



M. Litchfield, Aurora ; C. R. Flowers, 
South Creek; N. W. Potter, Edward; 
Absalom Tuten, Edward ; B. B. 
Thompson, Aurora. 

Washington — J. C. Latham, Wash- 
ington ; J. G. Chauncey, Washington ; 
A. S. Roberson, Washington ; Joseph 
T. Ross, Washington; W. M. Cooper, 
Washington ; A. Mayo, Washington ; 
S. L. Willard, Washington; C. M. 
Brown, Washington; John G. Blount, 
Washington; W. B. Wiudley, Wash- 
ington. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Jackson, C. C, Yeatesville. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Winstead, J. T., Sons, Winsteadville. 

Brown, L. M., & Co., Idalia. 

Harris, W. T., Leechville. 

Pinetown Mercantile Co., Pinetown. 

Turnage, J. E., Chocowinity. 

Paul, J. P., Gaylords. 

Satchwell, J. T., Yatesville. 
COTTON GINS. 

Aycock, C. P., Pantego. 

Brooks, T. A., Bath. 

Winstead, J. G., Winsteadville. 

Oden, J. W., & Co., Huntersbridge. 

Woodfenden, Fred, Chocowinity. 

Toler, A., Blounts Creek. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED 3IILLS. 

Havens, J., Washington. 
SAW 3IILLS. 

Springer Lumber Co., South Creek. 

Elliott Lumber Co., Bath. 

Perry, J. R., Washington, R. F. D. 

Hodges, R. E.. Washington. 

Rawls, O. B., Washington. 

Lamm & Tuten, Edward. 

Paul, C. B., Sidney. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Burgess, S. F., Cherry. 

Nicholson, Miss Blanche, Bath. 

Mixon, Miss Lizzie, Washington. 

Tripp, Miss Annie E., Bonnerton. 

Whitley, Miss Laura, Jessama. 

Winstead, Miss Oussie, Ransomville. 

Tripp, Miss Esther, Bonnerton. 

Stancill, Miss Miriam, Washington. 

Braddy, Miss Susan A., Pinetown, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Swindell, Miss Myrtle, Belhaven. 

Gaylord, Miss Eva, Pantego. 

Crumpler. Miss Odessa. Pantego. 

Jarvis, Miss Alice V., Belhaven. 

Jarvis, Miss Etfie R., Belhaven. 

Davis, W. A., Washington. 

Bullock, Mrs. Maria R., Belhaven. 

Moore, Miss Katie, Ransomville. 

Pinkham, J. R., Washington. 

Windley, Miss Lena, Washington. 

Woolard, Miss Alice. Washington. 

Paul, Mrs. A. G., Aurora. 



JONATHAN HAVENS, Washington, N. C. 

CORN. WHEAT AND COTTON SEED MILLER. 
BUYER AND SELLER OF CORN, WHEAT, COTTON SEED, OATS, HAY, 
PEAS, COTTON SEED MEAL AND HULLS. 



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Eula, Yeates- 

Aurora. 

Edward. 

Washington. 



Selby, Miss Annie, Aurora. 

Hollowell, Miss Claude, Washington. 

Bishop, Miss Annie, Belhaven. 

Wallace, Miss Lula, Yeatesville. 

Hollowell, Miss Annie L., Washing- 
ton, R. P. D. No. 4. 

Daniel, B. D., Gilead. 

Woolard, Miss Lorena, Yeatesville. 

Bright, Miss Florence W.. Washing- 
ton. 

Rowe, Miss Ruth, Aurora. 

Hodges, Miss Annie L., Washington, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Woolard, Miss Effie 
ville. 

Ross, Miss Belva A., 

Warren, Miss Bessie, 

Hodges, Miss Agues, 

Braddy, Miss Alice V., Jessarna. 

Swanuer, Miss Lula, Washington. 

Hodges, Miss Edith, Washington. 

Harris, Miss Annie L., Pinetown, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Ross, Wilbur H., Aurora. 

Little, Miss Ada M., Washington. 

Latham, Miss Julia, Edward. 

Hines, Miss Ruby, Chocowinity. 

Butt, Mrs. Mary B., Bonnerton. 

Braddy, Miss Irene. Jessarna. 

Harris, Miss Laura M., Blounts 
Creek. 

Topping, Thomas W., Pantego. 

Paul, Mrs. L. M., Pantego. 

Tuten, Miss Margaret Edward. 

Tuten, Miss Bertha O., Edward. 

Satterthwaite, Miss Maude. Sidney. 

Satterthwaite, Miss Ada, Sidney. 

Hodges, Miss Lizzie, Washington. 

Hill, George F., Chocowinity. 

Bowen, J. Z., Pinetown. 

Oden, H. H., Pinetown. 

Guilford, Fenner, Aurora. 

Latham, Miss Lizzie, Washington. 

Bishop, Miss Lucy, Leechville. 

Kugler, Miss Hellen, Washington. 

Newby, Miss Mary L., Washington. 

Corey, Alexander. Pinetown. 

Cutler, N. A., Jessarna. 

Hobson, Miss Mary C, Hunters 
Bridge. 

Cutler, Miss Annie L.. Jessarna. 

Leggett, Spencer H., Washington. 

Levy, Mrs. Ma.y J., South Creek. 

Lowe, A. C, Aurora. 

Lowe, Miss Kate B., Aurora. 

Allen. J. H., Plymouth. 

Bonner, Miss Blanche, Aurora. 

Blount, Miss Mae W., Chocowinity. 

Tetterton, W. T., Washington. 

Sparrow, Orvis L., Washington. 

Sparrow, Miss Clara J., Winstead- 
ville. 

Long, Miss May. Blounts Creek. 

Sparrow, Miss Stella V., Winstead- 
ville. 

Edwards, W. P., Edward. 

Bowen, Miss Lela J., Pinetown. 

Wallace, Miss Lula, Yeatesville. 

Hughes, Miss Elizabeth, Chocowin- 
ity. 



Cho- 



Braddy, Miss Susan A., Jessarna. 

Carrowan, B. G., Pantego. 

White, Miss Minnie E., Bath. 

Latham, Miss Julia, Edward. 

Hardy, J. A., Edward. 

Woolard, Miss Alice. Washington. 

Swindell, Miss Myrtle. Belhaven. 

Hughes, Miss Carrie, Chocowinity. 

Winfleld, Miss Lucy, Pantego. 

Tuten, Mrs. Ethel, Aurora. 

Bayner, Miss Ella, Leechville. 

Hill, Miss Mattie, Chocowinity. 

Bonner, Miss Clare, Aurora. 

Von Eberstein, Miss Julia H. ; 
cowiuity. 

Ross, Ernest, Pantego. 

Brinn. Miss Mattie, Bath. 

Tunstall, T. B., Edward. 

Brothers, W. T., Aurora. 

^\'l)ite, Miss Alma, Belhaven. 

Ricks, Henry E., Pantego. 

Hughes, Miss Lucretia, Washington. 

Ross; Miss Ora R., Bonnerton. 

Thompson, Jamie, Pantego. 

Paul, John W., Pungo. 

Ross, Miss Lucy G., Bonnerton. 

Williams, Victor G., Chocowinity. 

Judkins, Miss Bettie, Pantego. 

Stilley, Miss Ruby Gray, Edward. 

Snipes, Miss Dora, Chocowinity. 

Warren, Miss Emma L., Blount 
Creek, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Ormond, Miss Bessie, Bath. 

Messic, Miss Jannie, Edward. 

Jones, Miss Hattie. Washington. 

Holliday, James H., Jamesville. 

Whitehurst, Miss Lucy, South Creek. 

Southerland, Mrs. Mamie, Choco- 
winity, R. F. D. 

Tuten, Miss Ethel, Aurora. 

Davenport, A. W.. Bath. 

Willard, Miss Caddie, Washington, 
R. F. D. 



WASHINGTON. 

Population, 1909: 10,000. No. white 
polls, 525; No. colored polls, 496. 

Value real estate. $1,545,270; value 
personal property, $646,578. 

Tax Rate: $1.15 on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $129,000. 

Floating debt, $2,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— C. H. Sterling. 

Chief of Police — George N. Howard. 

City Clerk — W. B. Windley. 

Treasurer — E. H. Moore. 

Tax Collectoi — W. B. Windley. 

Standard-Keeper— R. Tripp. 

City Attorney— H. C. Carter. 

City Supt. of Health — P. A. Nichol- 
son. 

Postmaster — Hugh Paul. 

R. R. Agents — T. II. Myers. Norfolk 
& Southern Ry. Co.; E. A. LaFrage, 
Atlantic Coast Line By. 

Telegraph Managers — Z. M. Potts, 
Postal; W. F. Clark, Western Uni.ni. 

Telephone Manager — D. W. Bell, 
Carolina Telephone >V Tel. Co. 



JONATHAN HAVENS, Washington, N. C. 

CORN, WHEAT AND COTTON SEED MILLER. 
BUYER AND SELLER OF CORN, WHEAT, COTTON SEED, OATS, HAY, 
PEAS, COTTON SEED MEAL AND HULLS. 



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MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — J. A. Sullivan, Pastor. 

Christian — 3. N. Hope, Pastor. 

Episcopal — Nathaniel Harding, Rec- 
tor. 

Methodist— W. T. Plyler, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — H. B. Searight, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Washington Graded School — N. C. 
Newbold, Superintendent. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Latham, J. B. 

Hotel Louise. 

Springs, A. A. 

Branch, Mrs. W. A. B. 

Fulford, Mrs. A. S. 

Fortiscue, Mrs. B. F. 

Wynne, J. R. 

Brabble, J. W. 

Bell, Mrs. Lossie. 

Dudley, Mrs. John W., Sr. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

First National Bank — C. M. Brown, 
President; A. M. Dumay, Cashier. 

Bank of Washington — Seth Bridg- 
man. President : T. J. Latham, Cashier. 

Savings & Trust Co.— B. G. Moss, 
President; J. B. Sparrow, Cashier. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Home. 

BAKERS. 

Rhodes, W. J. 

Willis, C. M. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Pamlico Brick & Tile Co. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Brooks' Shoe Store. 

Fowle, S. R., & Son. 

BOOK STORES. 

Harding, W. B. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Rumley, O. 

Bright, H. R. 

Cozzens, E. B. 

Scott, W. A. 

Nichols, W. A. 

CARRIAGE DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Washington Buggy Co. 

Hassel Supply Co. 

Miles, Suffolk. 

CLUBS. 

Elks. 

Country Club. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Mayo, H. B.. & Co. 

Jennett. E. T., & Co. 

Morris, C. G., & Co. 

Jenkins. H. M., & Co. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Smith. M. A. 

Kennett, E. T. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Rhodes, W. J. 

Sparrow, H. G. 

Archbell, E. L. 

Andrews, W. W. 

Candy Kitchen. 



CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Jones, M. M. 

Harding, T. J. 

Congleton, Ira C. 

Miller, J. W. 
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Havens, J. 

Eureka Lumber Co. 

Fowle, S. R., & Son. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 

H. C. Bragaw, President; A. C. 
Hathaway, Secretai-y. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Hoyt, J. K. 

Clark, J. E., Co. 

Bowers-Lewis Co. 

Spencer Bros. 

Spencer, A. G. 

Buckman, J. F., & Son. 

Ayers, E. W. 

Suskins & Berry. 

COTTON GIN*. 

Havens Oil Co. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 

Hoyt, J. K. 

DENTISTS. 

Wells, A. S. 

Snell, H. 

Mann, L. H. 

Gallagher, R. T. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Washington Drug Co. 

Tayloe. D. T., & Co. 

Gallagher, J. M. 

Brown, E. M. 

Hardy, I. M. 

Blount, W. A. & J. G. 

Bogart, M. C. 

DOCTORS. 

Tayloe, D. T. 

Brown, E. M. 

Tayloe, Joshua. 

Blount, W. A. 

Blount. J. G. 

Gallagher, J. M. 

Nicholson, P. A. 

Nicholson, S. T . 

Nicholson, J. L. 

Hardv, I. M. 

Hoyt, A. C. 

Lloyd. J. M. (col.) 

Beebee, J. A. (col.) 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Bowers-Lewis Co. 

Hovt, J. K. 

Ayers, E. W. 

Spencer Bros. 

Buckman, J. F. & Son. 

Fowle, S. R., & Son. 

Suskins & Berry. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Washington Light & Water Com- 
pany. (Municipal electric plant.) 
FRUIT DEALERS. 

Rhodes, W. J. 
Sparrow, H. G. 
Andrews, W. W. 
Archbell, E. L. 



JONATHAN HAVENS, Washington, N. C. 

CORN, WHEAT AND COTTON SEED MILLER. 
BUYER AND SELLER OF CORN, WHEAT, COTTON SEED, OATS, HAY, 
TEAS, COTTON SEED MEAL AND HULLS. 



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FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Pamlico Chemical Co. 

Bragaw, W., & Co. 

Phillips, G. A., & Bro. 

Carter, D. M. 

FLORISTS. 

Smallwood, Miss Pauline. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Sterling, C. H. 

Moore, B. B. 

Swindell & Fulford. 

Willis, S. P. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Mutual Machine Co. 

Pamlico Iron Works. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Southern Furniture Co. 

Jefferson Furniture Co. 

Morton, W. B., & Co. 
GROCERS. 

Mixon, E. R. & Co. (Wholesale.) 

Peterson, E., Co. (Wholesale). 

Cox, A. G., & Co. 

Tavloe, J. F. 

Willis, E. K. 

Pamlico Grocery Co. 

Carolina Dist. Co. 

Paul, F. G., & Bro. 

Ellison Bros. Co. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Mallison, W. C, & Co. 

Fulford. N. S.. Hardware Co. 

McKeel-Richardson Hardware Co. 

Harris, J. H., Plumbing & Supply 
Company. 

HOSPITALS. 

Washington Hospital. 

S. R. Fowle Memorial Hospital. 
INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Studdert, G. J. (Life.) 

Braaraw, W„ & Co. (Fire.) 

Williams, C. M. (Fire.) 

Phillips. G. A.. & Bro. (Fire.) 

Myers, J. <& P. B. (Fire.) 

Parker, Carl. (Life and Fire.) 
JEWELERS. 

Smithers, A. G. 

Bell, W. M. 

Stewart, R. L. 

Campbell, J. S. 

LAUNDRIES. 

Washington Steam Laundry. 

Sing Lee. 

LAWYERS. 

Small. McLean & McMullen. 

Simmons, N. L. 

Rodman & Rodman. 

Bragaw, S. C. 

Harding, C. H. 

Carter. H. C. 

Nicholson & Daniel. 

Stewart, E. L. 

Ward & Grimes. 

Grimes, W. D. 

Vaughan & Thompson. 
LUMBER M'F'R'R'S. AND DEALERS. 

Availing. W. B. 

Kugler Lumber Co. 

Moss Planing Mill. 

Eureka Lumber Co. 



Moore Lumber Co. 

MARBLE WORKS. 
Simmons, J. H. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 

Bailey Supply Co. 

Fulford, N. S., Hardware Co. 

NAVAL STORE DEALERS. 
Fowle, S. R., & Son. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Willis, E. K. 
Mallison, W. C, & Son. 

PAINTERS. 
Lewis, F. B. 
Harris, C. F. 
Forbes, J. S. 
Harper, Henry. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Mayo, II. B., & Co. 

PLUMBERS. 
Harris, J. H., Plumbing & Supply 
Company. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Baker Studio. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Johnson Printing House. 
NEWSPAPERS. 
Gazette — C. L. Stevens, Editor. 
Messenger — C. L. Stevens, Editor. 
Progress — W. K. Jacobson, Editor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Washington Investment Co. 
Harding, II. E., & Son- 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Eureka Lumber Co. 

TAILORS. 
Goldstein, H. B. 
Wright, F. A. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS 
Southern Furniture Co. 
Farrow, W. T. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Carrow, H. H. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Proctor, J. R. 



AURORA. 

Incorporated in 1S80. 

Population, 1909: White, 450; col- 
ored. 350; total, S00. 

Value real estate, $110,000; value 
personal property, $54,930. 

Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. H. Hooker. 

Postmaster — J. W. Chapin. 

Chief of Police— C. H. Roberson. 

R. R. Agent — R. J. House. 

R. R. Agent — R. J. House, Washing- 
ton & Vandemere R. 1!. 

Manager Telegraph — R. J. House, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— C. R. Canipe, r.istor. 
Episcopal — H. W. Ticknor. Rector. 
Baptist — Rev. Mr. MacCotter, Pas- 
tor. 
Christian — W. O. Winfleld, Pastor. 
Presbyterian — -T. II. JarviS, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Aurora Graded Schools- Mrs. Mary 



JONATHAN HAVENS, Washington, N. C. 

CORN, WHEAT AND COTTON SEED MILLER. 
BUYER AND SELLER OF CORN, WHEAT, COTTON SEED, OATS, HAY, 
PEAS, COTTON SEED MEAL AND HULLS. 



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COUNTY 


P. Cooper, Principal. 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 


BANKS AND BANKERS. 


Redditt, L. II., Agent. 


Bank of Aurora -J. 1!. WMtehurst, 


Still, P. 


President; 0. M. Hooker, Cashier. 


Fulcher, C. P. 


DOCTORS. 


Bennett, J. <:. 


Staley, S. W. 


Edward, A. M. 


Bonner, II. M. 


Caton, J. B. 


DRUGGISTS. 


HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 


Staley Drug Co. 


Hotel Edwards. 


GENERAL, MERCHANDISE. 


Edward Inn. 


Snell, M. B., & Co. 


MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 


Bryan, J. B. & Son. 


Redditt, T. H. (Cotton gin, saw 


Dixon & Bonner. 


mill and grist mill.) 


Bennett, W. B. 




Wilkinson, J. T., & Co. 


BELHAVEN. 


Wilkinson Milling Co. 


Incorporated in 1S99. 


WMtehurst, J. B., & Co. 


Population, 1909: White, 2,375; col- 


Cuthrell, P. S., Co. 


ored, 1,125; total, 3,500. 


Mirlgette, C. G. 


Value real estate and personal prop- 


Mayor, J. W., & Bro. 


erty, $712,000. 


Litchfield, J. M. 


Tax Rate: 40c. on the $100. 


Litchfield, T. 


TOWN OFFICERS. 


Cherry, F. F. 


Mayor — J. W. Smith. 


Thompson, L. T. 


Postmaster — W. C. Brinson. 


Gaskins, W. H. 


Chief of Police — M. M. Jones. 


HARDWARE DEALERS. 


R. R. Agent— B. F. Stearn, Norfolk 


Aurora Hardware Co. 


& Southern Railway Co. 


HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 


Manager Telegraph — B. F. Stearn. 


Hotel Litchfield. 


Western Union Telegraph Co. 


Hotel McWilliams. 


MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 


LIVERY STABLES. 


Episcopal — A. C. D. Noe, Rector. 


Bonner, G. I. 


Methodist — Rufus Bradley, Pastor. 


Litchfield, T. 


Baptist — Jas. W. Rose, Pastor. 


Bonner, W. S. 


Christian — H. C. Bowen, Pastor. 


MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 


SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 


Standard Lumber Co. (Inc.) 


Belhaven Graded School— W. M. 


Thompson Ginning Co. 


Hiuton, Principal. 


R. L. Jones Mfg. Co. 


BANKS AND BANKERS. 


LAWYERS. 


Bank of Belhaven — C. P. Aycock, 


Vaughan & Thompson. 


President ; W. E. Stubbs, Cashier. 


Bonner. H. M. 


DOCTORS. 


INSURANCE AGENTS. 


Mariner, N. B. 


Lane, J. B. (Life.) 


Windlev, C. T. 


Thompson, W. A. (Fire.) 


Tayloe. A. K. 




Kellam, W. D. 
Bullock, W. J. 


EDWARD. 


Incorporated in 1890. 


DRUGGISTS. 


Population, 1909: White, 154; col- 


Mariner & Gibbs. 


ored. 10; total, 164. 


Latham, A. C. 


Value real estate, $27,620; value 


Bishop, J. P. 


personal property, $9,397. 


Bullock. W. J. 


Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 


Kellam, W. D. 


TOWN OFFICERS. 


Windley, C. T. 


Mayor — W. H. Dixon. 


McKinney, M. M. 


Postmaster — J. U. Edwards. 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 


Chief of Police— H. H. Ross. 


Taylor. J. L., & Co. 


R. R. Agent— B. F. Parrott, Atlantic 


Clark-Smith Co. 


Coast Line Railway. 


Bishop & Smith. 


Manag-er Telegraph — B. F. Parrott, 


Windley Co. 


Western Union Telegraph Co. 


Raiff Bros. 


MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 


Lesofsky, D. 


Disciple— W. O. Winfield, Pastor. 


Cooper & McKinney. 


SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 


Jarvis-Butt Co. 


Edward High School — George F. 


Tarkington & Phelps. 


Hill, Principal Miss Janie Messic, As- 


McGowan, E., & Co. 


sistant. 


Terrell, F. Y. 


DOCTORS. 


Pugh, J. D. 


Dixon, W. H. 


Muir, O. 


DRUGGISTS. 


Blount, D. W. 


Dixon, W. H. 


Dillon, Louis. 



JONATHAN HAVENS, Washington, N. C. 

CORN, WHEAT AND COTTON SEED MILLER. 
BUYER AND SELLER OF CORN. WHEAT, COTTON SEED, OATS, HAY, 
PEAS, COTTON SEED MEAL AND HULLS. 



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Bowen, W. H. 

Windley, George M. 

Roper Co. 

Russell & Manly. 

GROCERS. 

Sawyer Grocery Co. (Wholesale.) 

Carolina Distributing Co. (Whole- 
sale.) 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Carolina. 

Hooten House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Baynor, Penner. 

Miller, A. 

Sears W .J. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

John L. Roper Lumber Co. (Saw 
mill and planing mill.) 

Riddiek & Windley. (Saw mill and 
planing mill.) 

Belhaven Lumber Co. (Planing mill.) 

Interstate Cooperage Co. (cooperage 
mill and box factory.) 

Wilkinson, J. A. (Ice factory, grist 
mill, cotton gin.) 

Belhaven Lumber Co. (Electric light 
plant.) 

Belhaven Pine Oil Works. (Tar oil, 
liniment, paint, etc.). 

Montgomery & Makely. (Oyster 
house and canning factory.) 

Miles, A. D. (Oyster packing house.) 

Smith, R. L. (Fish and oyster 
dealer.) 

Pungo Fish Co. (Fist and oyster 
dealers.) 

White, J. J. (Ship Railways.) 

Jarvis, W. O. (Ship Railways. 

Interstate Cooperage Co. (Ship Rail- 
ways.) 

Belhaven Overall & Shirt Mfg. Co. 
(Overalls, shirts and gloves.) 

Alexander. A. C. (Bottling works.) 

Tooly Milling Co. (Grist mill.) 
LAWYERS. 

Leigh, J. A. 

Tooly & Simmons. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Stubbs & Snyder. 



BATH. 

Incorporated in 1705. 

Population, 1909: White, 375; col 
ored, 100; total, 475. 

Value real estate, $30,000; value per 
sonal property. $15,000. 

Tax Rate: 25c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— W. A. Tankard. 
Postmaster — T. A. Brooks. 
Chief of Police — Alfred Bailey. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Episcopal — C. E. Malone, Rector. 
Methodist — F. E. Dixon, Pastor. 
Christian — Thos. Green, W. 
Windfleld. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Bath Graded School— A. W. Daven 



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port, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Nicholson, J. T. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Nicholson, J. T. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Brooks-Pollard Co. 
Mason, W. W. 
Skittletharpe, J. T. 
Tnrkington, R. 
Beasley, W. H. 
Tyre, T. R. 
Wiudfleld, W. O. 

GROCERS. 
Bath Grocery Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOI SES. 
Hotel Waters, C. E. Waters, Mgr. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Tankard, W. A. 
Burbage, W. S. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Brooks, T. A. (saw mill, planing 
mill, shingle mill.) 



PAN TEG O. 

Incorporated in 1SS0. 
Population, 1909: White, 200; eol- 
ored, 151; total, 350. 

Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — C. P. Aycock. 
Tostmaster — D. A. Windley. 
R. R. Agent — J. P. Clark, Norfolk 
& Southern Ry. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist — Rufus Bradley, Pastor. 
Disciples of Christ— W. O. Wind- 
field, Pastor. 

Missionary Baptist — Rev. Mr. But- 
ter. Pastor. 

Free Will Baptist— James W. Rose, 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Pantego High School — L. E. Bennell, 
Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Credle, E. S. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Credle, E. S. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Aycock, C. W., Supply Co. 

Windley, D. A. 

Jonas, E. H. 

Whitlev, J. F. 

Whitley, Thomas H. 

Jonas, A. B. 

Topping, B. M. 
- Savender, M. H, & Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Culliphur, T. R. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Jonas, A. B. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Watters, E. S. (Saw mill.) 

Pantego (Mn < <> 



JONATHAN HAVENS, Washington, N. C. 

CORN. WHEAT AND COTTON SEED MILLER. 
BUYER AND SELLER OF CORN, WHEAT, COTTON SEED, OATS, HAY, 
PEAS, COTTON SEED MEAL AND HULLS. 



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BERTIE COUNTY. 



BERTIE COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, WINDSOR. 



Formed in 1722. Named in honor of James and John Bertie. 

Area, (!I8 square miles. 

Population, 1900, 20.53S. 

Value of real estate, $2,751,286; value of personal property, .$1,793,347. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $3,952,024; by negroes, $592,609. 

No. Schools: For whites, 65; for negroes, 58. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 23 2-3c. on the $100; special roads, 18 l-3c. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 1,000. "Worked by taxation and Old System. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 13.09 miles, assessed value $382,594.26 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 3,771.79 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 4,034.20 

Cashie & Chowan Railroad, 13.00 miles, assessed value 22,165.00 

Chowan & Aulander Railroad, 18.00 miles, assessed value 22,830.00 

Chowan & Roanoke Telephone Company, assessed value 1,828.00 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 7.48 miles, assessed value 150,395.97 

North State Telephone Co., assessed value 844.00 

Wellington & Powellsville Railroad, 1S.00 miles, assessed value.. 44,181.84 

Albemarle Steam Navigation Co., assessed value 1.800.00 

Southern Railway Co. (Rolling Stock), assessed value 19.5S1.00 

Superior Court Terms: February, May, September and November. 



COCNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — William L. 
Lyon, Windsor. 

Sheriff — Jesse B. Stokes, Windsor. 

Register of Deeds — William S. 
Pritchard, Windsor. 

Treasurer — Jesse B. Stokes, Wind- 
sor. 

Coroner — W. J. Ilarrell. Aulander. 

Co. Supt. of Health— John L. 
Pritchard, Windsor. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— Richard W. 
Askew, Windsor. 

Supt. of County Home — J. Fred 
Phelis, Windsor. 

Co. Board of Education — Turner C. 
Bond (chrm.), Windsor; Thomas A. 
Smithwick, Merry Hill; William R. 
Raynor, Colerain. 

County Commissioners — C. W. 
Spruill, (chrm.). Quitsna; James H. 
White, Windsor; John C. Britton. 
Powellsville: R. J. Shield, Merry Hill; 
Dr. Wayland Mitchell, Lewiston. 

County Board of Elections — J. T. 
Nicholl, (chrm.). Windsor; E. W. 
Gray, Sr., Windsor; Jas. Pritchard, 
Aulander, R. F. D. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Windsor Township — A. L. Pritchard, 
Windsor ; Jas. A. Crueh, Windsor ; 
John W. Cooper, Windsor; W. T. 
Heckstall. Windsor; T. Gillam. Wind- 
sor; J. H. White. Windsor; K. Sal- 
lenger, Woodard ; W. D. White, Wind- 
sor; A. C. Mitchell, Windsor. 

Merry Hill— R. J. Shield, Windsor, 
R. F. D. ; Geo. A. Hardie, Windsor, 

Merry 

Merry 



R. F. 


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W. 


T. 


D. 


Evans. 



Colerain — Jno. H. White, Colerain; 
W. R. Raynor, Colerain; J. W. Ray- 
nor, Colerain ; W. S. Taylor, Colerain ; 
J. B. Mitchell. Colerain. 

Roxobel — Thos. S. Norfleet, Roxo- 
bel; W. J. Watson, Roxobel. 

Mitchells — G. R. Denning, Wm. A. 
Jenkins, A. J. Dunning, J. L. Harring- 
ton, W. M. Mitchell, T. P. Hale, Moses 
R. Barnes. 

Snake Bite — W. E. Harrell, Levi 
Haggard, Chas. Taylor, M. P. Phelps, 
Hasting Casper. 

Woodville — J. L. Harrington, J. A. 
Modlin, Drew E. White, J. B. Saun- 
ders, J. T. Vale. 

Indian Woods— E. O. Spruill, Chas. 
Bond. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Methodist — J. G. Johnson, Windsor, 
Pastor. 

Episcopal — J. B. Gibble, Windsor, 
Rector. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Mars Hill School. 

Cashie Neck School. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Dr. Grumpier, Merry Hill. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Spruill, C. W., Quitsna. 

Merry Hill Supply Co. 

Morris, J. P.. Aulander, R. F. D. 
COTTON GINS. 

Roscoe, A. S., Windsor. 
Gillam, Thomas Windsor. 
Spruill, C. W., Quitsna. 
PUBLIC SCHOOLS TEACHERS. 

White, J. I., Windsor. 
Gillam, Miss Helen E., Windsor. 
Stokes, Miss Lizzie B., Windsor. 
Cherry, Miss Janie A., Windsor. 
Cooper, Miss Annie C., "Windsor. 



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Drew, Miss Cora P., Windsor. 
Davis, Miss Belva L., Windsor. 
Hoggard, Miss Lin a E., Windsor. 
Hoggard, Miss Beulah, Windsor. 
Bridger, Miss Pauline, Windsor. 
Cowan, Miss Mabel, Windsor. 
Mizell, Miss Maude, Windsor. 
Shields, Miss Irma, Windsor. 
Shields, Miss Maggie M., Windsor. 
Rice, Miss Billie B., Windsor. 
Mizell, Miss Erma, Windsor. 
Sitterson, Miss Addie, Windsor. 
Speight, Miss Margaret, Windsor. 
Mizell, Miss Lettie. Windsor. 
Dunstan, Mrs, Bessie, Windsor. 
Ward, Miss Helen, Windsor. 
Hoggard, Jno. T., Windsor. 
Dowd, J. E., Aulander. 
Vann, Miss Beulah, Aulander. 
Mitchell, Miss Carrie, Aulander. 
Bynuni, Miss Rosa, Aulander. 
Williford, Miss Clarice. 
Mitchell, Miss Estelle, Aulander. 
Pritchard, Miss Blanche. Aulander. 
Pritchard. Miss Elizabeth, Aulander. 
Tayloe, Miss Annie H., Aulander 
Tayoe, Miss Bettie P., Aulander. 
Tayloe, Miss Ruth, Aulander. 
Morris, Miss Ella, Aulander. 
Pruden, Virgie Miss, Aulander. 
Earley, Miss Ada, Aulander. 
Wynne, Miss Mary V., Aulander. 
Nowell, Miss Nonie, Aulander. 
Lassiter, Miss Mittie, Aulander. 
Grant, Mrs. Claude, Aulander. 
Crook, W. M., Roxobel. 
Watson, Miss Eva, Roxobel. 
Watson, Miss Eunice, Roxobel. 
Watson, Miss Julia, Roxobel. 
Jilcott, Miss Minnie, Roxobel. 
Jilcott, Miss Carew, Roxobel. 
Bland, Miss Daisy, Roxobel. 
Britt, Miss Mattie, Merrv Hill. 
Britt, Miss Willie P., Merry Hill. 
Brett, Miss Caroline E., Merry Hill. 
Britt, Miss Ida Lee, Merry Hill. 
Phelps, Miss Mittie H., Merry Hill. 
White, Miss Fannie H., Merry Hill. 
Phelps, Miss Celia B., Merry Hill. 
Leary, Miss Bettie, Merry Hill. 
White, Jas. E.. Merrv Hill. 
Britt, Jno. M., Merry Hill. 
Cobb, Miss Elizabeth, Kelford. 
Jenkins, Miss Mamie, Kelford. 
Parker, Miss Virgie, Kelford. 
Roane, Miss Ethel. Kelford. 
Wilkins, Mrs. F. H., Kelford. 
Carrol, Miss Ethel May, Colerain. 
Leary, Miss Amanda, Colerain. 
Leary, Miss Meta, Colerain. 
Broadshaw, Miss Maggie, Colerain. 
Perry, Miss Minnie V., Colerain. 
White, Miss Elsie Clee, Colerain. 
Phelps, Miss Javan, Colerain. 
Phelps, Miss Jennie, Colerain. 
Evans, Miss Maude N., Colerain. 
White, Miss Annie A., Colerain. 
Baker, Miss Amanda, Colerain. 
Freeman, Miss Nannie, Colerain. 
White, Miss Virgie, Colerain. 



Harrell, Miss Lillie, Colerain. 
Ferebee, Miss Louise X., Colerain. 
Baker, Mrs. Mary E., Colerain. 
Cherry, Miss Pauline, Lewiston. 
Harrington, Miss Ivy, Lewiston. 
Joyner, Miss Hattie, Lewiston. 
Parker, Miss Augustine, Lewiston. 
Barnes, Miss Sallie, Lewiston. 
Joyner, Mrs. Maude, Lewiston. 
Lassiter, Miss Judith, Lewiston. 
Harrell, Miss Rebecca, Woodard. 
Hymau. Miss Annie, Woodard. 
White, Mrs. Rosa, Askewville. 
White, A. B., Askewville. 
Holoman, Miss Rosa M., Cremo. 
Holloman, Miss Lillie B., Cremo. 
Cowan, Miss Nona, Cremo. 
Cowan, Miss Rachel, Cremo. 
Holloman, Mrs. Ella R., Cremo. 
Matthews. Miss Nannie, Powellsville. 
Lassiter, Miss Ethel, Ahoskie. 
.Mitchell, Miss Maude, Aulander. 
Cowan, Starky V., Windsor. 
Smithwick, Miss Callie C, Merry 
Hill. 
Coley, W. F., Windsor. 
Gay, Miss Ruby, Colerain. 
Asbel, Miss Mamie, Windsor. 
Ethridge, Miss Ethel, Woodard. 
Boyce, Miss Josephine, Woodard. 

WINDSOR. 
Incorporated in 1767. 
Population, 1009: White, GOO; color- 
ed, 200; total, 800. 

Value real estate, $176,500; value 
personal property, $177,100. 
Tax Rate: 25c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — Wm. M. Davis. 
Postmaster — W. P. King. 
Chief of Police — M. E. Connor. 
R. R. Agent— W. M. Sutton, W. & P. 
R. R. 

Manager Telegraph — Jos. B. Cherry- 
Chowan & Roanoke Tel. Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist — J. G. Johnson, Pastor. 
Episcopal — J. B. Gibble, Rector. 
Baptist — Q. C. Davis, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Windsor Graded School— Prof. J. I. 
White, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Windsor — W. L. Lyon. 
Cashier; T. Gillain, President . 

Citizens Bank — M. B. Gillam, Cash 
ier ; E. S. Askew, President. 
DOCTORS. 
Sawyer, C. J. 
Pritchard, J. L. 
Pugh, E. W. 
Gurley, W. S. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Windsor Pharmacy. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Nicholls, J. B., & Bro. 
Stokes & Tadlock. 
Freeman, J. P. 
Gurley, T. P. 



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fiazemore, R. C. 

Evans. M. E. 

Spivey, J. L. 

Roscoe, A. s. 

Mardre, J. J., & Bro. 

Perry, .1. i:. n., & Co. 

Bunch & Powell. 

Gillam, J. B. 

'Cooke. C. A.. 

Lipsitz. S., Co. 
HOTKLS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Windsor. 

Hotel Pearle. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Wiggins & Blackstone. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Rhodes, E. (Saw Mill). 

Mizell, G. D. (Planing Mill). 

Cooper, A. 

Bazemore, R. C. (Gin and Peanut 
Cleaner). 

Tadlock, J. E. (Gin). 
LAWYERS. 

Winston & Matthews. 

Johnson, W. R. 

Martin, J. B. 

Gillam & Davenport. 

Nowell, J. H. 

Askew, E. S. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Gillam, M. B., & Co. 

Gillam & Lyon. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Windsor Ledger — S. W. Kennedy, 
Editor. 

DENTIST. 

Mizell, W. G. 



AULANDER. 

Incorporated in 1S85. 

Population, 190!): White, S50; color- 
ed, 150; total, 1,000. 

Value of real estate, $150,000; value 
personal property, $115,000. 

Tax Rate: One fourth of 1 per 
cent, 1-2 for schools. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. Lawrence Harrington. 

Postmaster — H. L. Early. 

Chief of Police— W. M. Parker. 

R. R. Agent— H. W. Gatling, Atlan- 
tic Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — H. W. Gatling. 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Missionary Baptist — R. L. Gay, Pas- 
tor. 

Congregational — H. B. Parker, Pas- 
tor. 

Methodist — J. G. Johnson, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Aulander Graded Schools — J. E. 
David. Principal; Mrs. Claude Grant, 
Assistant. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Aulander— C. W. Mitchell, 
President ; W. J. Harrell, Vice-Presi- 
dent; J. A. Dunning, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Harrell, W. J. 



Horton, E. H. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Rice, A. F. 
Harrell, E. C. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Burden, J. B. 

Burden, A. B. 

Burden. W. D., & Co. 

Harrell, E. C. 

Hollowell, J. A. 

Minton. W. T. 

Dunning & Bro. 

Burden, A. L. 

White & Mitchell. 

White, T. J. 

Burden, J. A. 

Mitchell, C. W. 

Mitchell, W. G. 

Early, Tilden. 

Britton, M. E. 

Rice, A. F. 

Pittman, Mrs. E. C. (Miliuery). 

Holloman. J. T. (Millinery). 

BUTCHERS, AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Parker, W. M. 

Milton. .Tas. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Herring, J. W., & Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Central — J. H. Liverman, 
Proprietor. 

Hoggard's Boarding House — Mrs. 
\Y. G. Hoggard, Proprietor. 

Rice's Boarding House — E. L. Rice, 
Proprietor. 

LIVERY' STABLES. 

Cook, .Tno. R. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Dunning Brick Co. 

Mitchell C, W. (Saw Mill). 

Triple Gin & Grist Mill. 

White. T. J. (Saw Mill and Cotton 
Gin). 

Nichols, W. M. (Building Material 
Saw Mill), 

Bertie Cotton Oil Co., Inc. (Oil and 
Fertilizers). 

Herring, J. W., & Co. (Carriage 
Builders). 

Bell, E. J. (Bugsjv Factory). 
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

The Dunning Co. 

Aulander Realty Co. (Inc.) 
INSURANCE AGENTS. 

The Dunning Co. 

White, J. R. 

White, W. J. 

Burden, W. E. 

LAWYERS. 

Bell, Claude. 

Lassiter, Alex. 



COLERAIN. 

Incorporated in 1871. 

Population, 1909: White, 300; color- 
ed. 50; total, 350. 

Value real estate. $50,000; value per- 
sonal property. $10,000. 

Mayor— T. E. Beasley. 



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Postmaster — G. B. Miller. 
Chief of Police — W. H. Sessoms, Jr. 
R. R. Agent — C. L. Henry, Albe- 
marle Steam Navigation Co. 

Manager Telegraph — L. A. Nowell. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist Church — M. P. Davis, Pas- 
tor. 

Methodist— C. P. Pate, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Colerain Graded Academy — Miss 
Louise Ferebee, Principal ; Misses Bet- 
tie Leary, Javan Phelps and Cora Fel- 
ton, Assistants. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Colerain — W. M. Sitterson, 
Cashier ; L. A. Nowell, President. 
DOCTORS. 
Nowell, L. A. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Nowell, L. A. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Beaslev, W. H. 
Beasley, T. E. 
White, A. D. 
Henry & Adams. 
Morris & Harrell. 
Harrell, M. C. 
Saunders, Mrs. Dora. 
Britton, D. R., & Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Earle Hotel. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Beasley, W. H. (Saw Mill and Gin). 



Simmons, Win. (Restaurant). 
LIVERY STABLUS. 

Stephenson. J. B. 

' MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Kelford Manufacturing Co. (Cof- 
fins). 

Cornegie & Warren. 

Brown, W. R. (Saw Mill). 

Brown, G. T. (Gin and Grist Mill). 

Hedgepeth & Harrell (Gin and Grist 
Mill). 

Parker, Geo. T. (Planing Mill). 



KELFORD. 

Incorporated in 1902. 

Population, 1909: White, 200; col- 
ored, 175; total, 275. 

Value of real estate, $60,000; value 
personal property, $40,000. 

Tax Rate: 20c on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. C. Evans. 

Postmaster — J. C. Bunch. 

Chief of Police — Geo. V. Parker. 

R. R. Agent — G. T. Johnson, At- 
lantic Coast Line. (Seaboard Air 
Line — No Agent). 

Manager Telegraph — G. T. Johnson. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Missionary Baptist — T. T. Speight, 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. ■ 

Kelford Graded School— Mrs. J. H. 
Wilkins, Principals ; Miss V. L. White, 
Assistant. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Kelford Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Hedgepeth, Harrell & Wood. 

Cherry, J. C. 

Brown, Geo. T. 

Tyler, J. E. 

Parker, G. V 

Lowe, T. N. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Kelford Hotel — J. B. Stephenson, 
1 Proprietor. 



ROXOBEL. 

Population, 1909: White, .350; col- 
ored, 150; total, 500. 

Value real estate, $75,000; value per- 
sonal property, $100,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Postmaster — J. G. Joyner. 
R. R. Agent— H. C. Edwards, Sea- 
board Air Line. 

Manager Telegraph — H. C. Edwards, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — John P. Cale, Pastor. 
Episcopal — J. B. Gibble, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Roxobel Academy — W. M. Crook, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Roxobel — R. C. Mullican, 
Cashier; Leroy Capehart, President; 
J. E. Peele, Vice-President. 
DOCTORS. 
Jenkins, P. C. 
Capehart, A. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Jenkins, P. C. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Peele, C. T. 
Jilcott, R. W. 
Tyler-Futrell Co. 
Liverman, A. T., & Son. 
Capehart, Leroy. 
Bryant, L. L. & Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Peele Hote. 
Lassiter, Mrs. J. B. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Capehart Manufacturing Plant 
(Overalls and Shirts). 
Harrell, C. T. (Pine Lumber). 
Wimbrow Bros. Co. (Pine Lumber). 
Harrell, C. T. (Cotton Gin). 

DENTISTS. 
Jenkins, W. E. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Mullican & Watson. 



LEWISTON. 

Population, 1909: White. 475; col- 
ored, 325; total, S00. 

Value real estate. $120,000; value 
personal property, $110,000. 

Tax Rate. 20c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — A. T. Eason. 

Postmaster — W. A. Sanders. 

Chief of Police — J. L_ Powell. 



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K. K. Agent — \Y. W. Jones, Seaboard 
Air Line. 

.Mummer Telegraph — W. W. Jones. 

.MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Episcopal— J. B. Gibble, Rector. 
Baptist — B. L. Gay, Pastor. 
Methodist — W. F. Craven, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Bertie Union Academy — Miss Judith 
Lassiter, Principal ; Miss Pauline 
Cherry, Assistant. 

Private Schools — Mrs. Lee Bridges, 
Mrs. Joyner. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Lewiston Bank — Wayland Mitchell. 
President; J. N. Hoggard, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Mitchell, Wayland. 
Webb, Lorenzo. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Mitchell, Wayland. 
Webb, Lorenzo. 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Casper, W. C. 
Sanders & Minton. 
Bazeinore, W. S. 
James, Edwards & Bazemore. 
Cherry & Bro. 
Baker & Edwards. 
Askew, W. S. 
Bazemore, Perry. 
Bazemore, J. K. 
Lewiston Supply Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDINB HOUSES. 
Williams, Mrs. Amelia. 
Rawls, R. W. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Williams, Mrs. A. 
Rawls, R. W. 
Clarke, Henry. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Roper Lumber Co. 
Cawley, H. B. 
Tilham Lumber Co. 



BLADEN COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, ELIZABETHTOWN. 



Formed in 1734. Named in honor of Martin Bladen. 

Area: 900 square miles. 

Population : 18,000. 

Value of real estate, $1,671,311; value of personal property, $1,060,436. 

No. of Schools : For whites, 70 ; for negroes. 47. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 69 2-3c. on the $100. 

Public Roads: Worked under old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 32.S0 miles, assessed value $639,485.9S 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 6,096 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 3.018.S0 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 3,049.41 

The Pullman Company, assessed value 5,523.89 

Garland Clinton Telephone Company, assessed value 305.00 

Merchants & Farmers Steamboat Company, assessed value 7,600.00 

Superior Court Terms: January, March, July, October. Two civil terms 
and two criminal terms — Criminal terms, October and March. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— W. J. Davis, 
Elizabethtown. 

Clark, Elizabethtown. 
Deeds— Wm. Whitted, 



.S. Clark, Clarkton. 
W. Wall, Elizabeth- 



Sheriff— J. M. 

Register of 
Elizabethtown. 

Treasurer — W 

Coroner — G. 
town. 

Surveyor — I. A. Register, Rosindale. 

Co. Supt. of Health — L. B. Evans, 
Clarkton. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — Angus Cro- 
martie. Garland. 

Co. Board of Education — A. Mc. A. 
Council, (chrm.), W T hite Oak; A. M. 
Kelly, Abbottsburg; N. M. Beatty, 
Ivanhoe. 

County Commissioners — N. H. Car- 
rie, Clarkton ; D. L. Leonard, Kerr ; 
B. I. Sandlin, Council. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

L. H. Vollers, Kelly; Gillod Smith, 
Kelly; George W. Corbett; E. H. An- 
ders, Kelly; L. C. Boswell, Kelly; C. 
Monroe, Rosindale; F. T. Burney, 
Emerson ; L. R. Benson, Elkton ; H. 
P. Cook, Rosindale; J. E. Elkins, Elk- 
ton ; N. A. Johnson, Fayetteville, R. 
F. D. ; G. W. Johnson, Fayetteville, 
R. F. D. ; A. H. Tolar, Favetteville, 
R. F. D. ; B. F. Kinlan, Dublin ; J. R. 
Pait, Richardson ; D. L. Roberts, 
Richardson ; J .M. Pait, Richardson 
O. G. Parker, Dublin ; J. 
Bladenboro; E. N. Pait, 
E. C. Hester, Bladenboro 
son, Elizabethtown ; W 
Elizabethtown ; H. H. 
bethtown; L. J. Hall 



F. Hilburn, 
Bladenboro ; 
; G. B. John- 
. P. Done, 
Barnhill, Eliza- 
Elizabethtown ; 
N. A. Layton, White Oak; T. B. 
Melnie. White Oak; W. D. Owen, 
White Oak: J. C. Bullard. White Oak; 



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J. M. Johnson, Parkersburg ; L. T. 
Cain, Parkersburg; B. F. Tatom, 
Parkersburg; N. M. Beatty, Ivanhoe; 
W. J. Shaw, Ivanhoe; W. C. John- 
son, Ivanhoe; C. V. Smith, Parkers- 
burg; S. L. Smith, Parkersburg; C. 
P. Parker, Garland ; A. Atkinson, 
Hoeutt, A. E. Cain ,Hocutt; R. H. 
Marshburn, Ham ; H. W. Cain, Eliz i- 
bethtown; It. P. Tatom, Ruskin ; Jim 
Ellis, Yorick; J. B. West, Yoriek ; J. 
W. McDuffle, Ruskin ; James Flowers, 
Zara; P. Runington, Council; J. D. 
Devane, Zara; George H. Cromartie, 
Clarktou ; J. M. Pierce, Clarkton ; D. 
M. Buie, Clarkton; F. S. Averett, Ab- 
hottsburg; G. W. Smith, Abbottsburg ; 
R. D. McEwen, Abbottsburg; W. J. 
McEwen, Abbottsburg. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Presbyterian — A. McFadyen, Clark- 
ton. 

Baptist — A. A. Wilburn, Bladen- 
boro ; A. M. Meeks, Bladenboro. 

Methodist — Rev. Mr. Dowell, White 
Oak ; Rev. Mr. Noblett, Elizabethtown. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

White Oak Academy — N. W. Wood- 
house, Principal, White Oak. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Lucas, W. N. G., White Oak. 

Anders, W. K., White Oak. 

Dr. Lyles, Elizabethtown. 

Cromartie, R. S., Garland. 

Dr. Adkins, Councils. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

McNeill & Gillespie, Dublin. 

Wooten, J. A., White Hall. 

Maultsby, T. N., Westbrook. 

Clark, A. A., Rosindale. 
Garland. 
F., White Oak. 
White Oak. 
& Bro. Jerome. 
COTTON GINS. 

Smith, A. H., Garland. 

Smith, George, White Oak. 

Davis, Wade. Populi. 

Council Bros.. White Oak. 

Nair Bros., White Oak. 

Clarkton Ginning Co., Clarkton. 

Bridger Co., Bladenboro. 

King Bros., Dublin. 

SAW MILES. 

Clarkton Lumber Co., Clarkton. 
Bridger Co., Bladenboro. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Johnson, Miss Mona, Ivanhoe. 

Shaw, W. I.. Ivanhoe. 

Shaw, D. McL., Ivanhoe. 

McDnniel. Miss Florrie, Tomahawk. 

Lewis, Miss May, Ham. 

Lewis, Mat., Ham. 

Russ, D. P., Gravel Hill. 

Reeves. Miss B. B., Parkersburg. 

Reeves. Miss Gertrude, Parkersburg. 

Ellis, Miss Mary, Yorick. 

Edge, Mrs. Eliza, White Oak. 

Jessup, Miss Marion, EJise. 

Burney, Miss Sallie, White Oak. 



Parker, C. P., 
McCulloch, E. 
Smith, G. N., 
Carter, D. A., 



Dunham, Miss Maggie, White Oak. 

Dunn, Miss Carrie, White Oak. 

Melvin, Miss Olella, White Oak. 

Woodhouse, W. W., White Oak. 

Tatum, A. L., White Oak. 

Shaw, W. B., White Oak. 

Johnson, O. F., Tar Heel. 

Johnson, Miss Sudie, Tar Heel. 

Clark, Miss Ella, Rosindale. 

Clark, Miss Olive, Rosindale. 

Gay, P. W., Abbottsburg. 

Faircloth, Miss Lula, Abbottsburg. 

Smith, F. M., Bladenboro. 

Singletary, Miss Lena, Bladenboro. 

Singletary, L. V., Bladenboro. 

Johnson, Miss Caroline, Richardson. 

Lewis, Seth, Richardson. 

Edwards, G. N., Clarkton. 

Kelly, G. D., Clarkton. 

Smith, Mrs. Kate, Clarkton. 

McFadyen, Miss Miriam, Oarkton. 

Smith, Miss Lizzie, Clarkton. 

Smith, Miss Ethel, Clarkton. 

Burney, Miss Kelsey, Clarkton. 

Burney, Miss Ira, Clarkton. 

Harrell, Miss Hattie V., Elkton. 

Weeks, Miss Annie, Rosindale. 

Robinson, Miss Edna, Rosindale. 

Fredere, Miss Rubie, Council. 

Fredere. Miss Clara. Kelley. 

Smith, Miss Laura, Kelley. 

Lasley, R. L., Kelley. 

Monroe, M. H., Kelley. 

McNeill. Miss Louise, Dublin. 

Cupp, H. L., Dublin. 

Tatum, Miss Gertrude, White Oak. 

Burney, Miss Leola. White Oak. 

Robeson, Mrs. M. U., Tar Heel. 

Singletary, Mrs. W. B., Tar Heel. 

Whitted, Miss Emmie, Elizabeth- 
town. 

Johnson, Miss Helen, Elizabeth- 
town. 

Hall, Miss Lizzie May, Elizabeth- 
town. 

Hall, Miss Annie, Elizabethtown. 

Tyler J,. M., Elizabethtown. 

Johnson, G. B.. Elizabethtown. 

Gooden, J. A., Elizabethtown. 

Gooden, Miss Lula, Elizabethtown. 

West. J. B., Yorick. 

McKay, Miss Kate, Grand Bluff. 

Marshburn, Miss Sophia, Ham. 



ELIZABETHTOWN. 

Population, 1909: White, 175; col- 
ored, 75; total, 250. 

Value real estate, $50,000; value per- 
sonal property, $25,000. 

Tax Rate: 1 mill on $1.00. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— H. H. Barn hill. 

Postmaster — E. J. Sutton. 

Manager Telegraph — W. E. Hall, 
Postal Telegraph Company. 

MINISTERS AN') CHUttOHKS. 

Baptist— O. P. Meeks, Pastor, Fay- 
etteville. 

Presbyterian — Win. M. Shaw. Pas- 
tor, Fayetteville. 



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S< HOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Elizabethtown Academy — W. N. Ty- 
ler, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Hank of Elizabethtown — C. W. Lyon, 
President ; E. W. Lasley, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Robinson, N. 
Liles, N. P., Jr. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Liles, N. P., Jr. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Smith, D. L. 
Davis, W. J. 
Hales, T. H. 
Williams, G. F., & Co. 
Shepherd, J. R. 
McNair & Pearsall. 
Register, M. E. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Sutton House, E. .1. Sutton, Prop. 
Hall House. Mrs. E. W. Hall, Prop. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Clark, J. M. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Elizabethtown M'f'g Co. (Brick, 
lumber, shingles, etc.) 

Barnhill M'f'g Co. (Wagons, carts, 
buggies, etc.) 



ABBOTTSBURG. 

Incorporated in 1903. 

Population, 1909: White, 150; col- 
ored, 100; total, 250. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty, $29,630. 

Tax Rate: 1 mill on $1.00. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — M. P. Fletcher. 

Postmaster — Z. G. Thompson. 

Chief of Police — J. F. Russ. 

R. R. Agent — S. A. L. Johnson, 
Seaboard Air Line Railway. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— Rev. Mr. Noblett, Pas- 
tor. 

Baptist — Rev. Mr. Byrd, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Abbotlsburg High School— P. W. 
Gay. Principal; Misses May Shivar 
Louise Faircloth, Aassistants. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Clark, McAulay & Co. 

Johnson, S. A. L. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Thompson, Z. G. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Cash well, C. C. (Saw mill.) 



BLADENBORO. . 

Incorporated in 1901. 

Population, 1909: White, 200; col- 
ored, 50; total, 250. 

Value real estate, $75,000 ; value per- 
sonal property. $54,000. 

Tax Rate: 15c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — R. C. Bridger. 

Postmaster — Mrs. M. C. Edwards. 

Chief of Police — John W. Wilson. 



R. R. Agent— J. A. Hufham, Sea- 
board Air Line Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — J. A. Hufham, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Presbyterian — A. McFadyen, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Bladenboro High School — Professor 
Smith, Principal. . 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Bladenboro — H. C. Bridger, 
President; H. C. Bridger, Jr., Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
McLean, A. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
The Bridger Co. 
Bladenboro Racket Store. 
Wilson, J. W., & Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Wilson Hotel. 
Thompson, R. C. 
Jordan, J. D. 
Dever, C .W. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Lewis, Durham. 
Bladenboro Live Stock Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Bladenboro Planing Mill Co. (Saw 
mill.) 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Bridger, H. C, Jr. 



CLARKTOX. 

Incorporated in 1901. 
Population, 36S. 

Value real estate, $S5,000; value per- 
sonal property, $75,000. 

Tax Rate: 16 2-3c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — <■',. H. Cromartie. 
Postmaster — S. Meares. 
Chief of Police— S. G. Wooten. 
R. R. Agent— H. P. Milliken, Sea- 
board Air Line. 

Manager Telegraph — H. P. Millikin, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Presbyterian — A. McFadyen, Pas- 
tor. 
Baptist — Angelo Porter, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Clarkton High School— Prof. Ed- 
wards. Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Bladen — L. B. Evans, Pres- 
ident : E. C. Clark. Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Clark. G. L. 
Evans, L. B. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Clark & Evans. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Currie, N. A. 
The O. L. Clark Co. 
Cromartie, G. H. 
Thomas & Co. 
Clarkton Supply Co. 
Haves Swindell. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Clarkton Hotel. 



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LIVERY STABLES. 

Clark, J. H., & CoT 
Owen, S. W. 
Cox, E. J., & Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Clarkton Planing Mill Co. 
Lyon M'f'g Co. (Crates.) 



Clarkton Ginning Co. 

Banner, W. H. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Bladen Journal (weekly) — W. M. 

Shaw, Editor. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Clark, E. C. 



BRUNSWICK COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, SOUTHPORT. 



Formed in 1764. Named in honor of the Duke of Brunswick. 

Area: 950 square miles. 

Population: 12,657. White males, 3,SS4 ; white females, 3,729; negro 
males, 2,437; negro females, 2,607; foreign born, 50. 

Value of real estate, $1,481,472; value of personal property, $708,417. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $1,965,793; by negroes, $224,096. 

Tax Rate: County purposes 23 2-3c. on the $100; pension, lc. ; special, 
91-3c. ; total, 34c. County bonded debt, $12,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, about 750. Worked under old State Law. In 
Smithville Township one road built by bond issue. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND ERPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 12. SS miles, assessed value $376,456.38 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 12.24 miles, assessed value 246,100. S7 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 2,335.40 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 6,701.99 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company, assessed value.. 7,252.00 
Wilmington & Southport Tel. & Tel. Company, assessed value... 1,250.00 

Postal Telegraph & Cable Company, assessed value 875.70 

The Pullman Company, assessed value 4,230.50 

Superior Court Terms: Third Tuesday after the first Monday in March; 
Fourth Monday before the first Monday in September for the trial of 
civil cases exclusively ; Fourth Tuesday after the first Monday in Septem- 
ber. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— R. S. Newton, 
Southport. 

Sheriff— J. J. Knox, El Paso. 

Register of Deeds — John Jeurette, 
Southport. 

Treasurer — George E. Brooks, Sea- 
side. 

Coroner — John B. Stanland, Supply. 

Surveyor — Walter Leouard, Supply. 

Co. Supt. of Health— J. A. Dosher, 
Southport. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— Geo. H. Bel- 
lamy, El Paso. 

Supt. of County Home — J. Wilson 
Wescott. Southport. 

Co. Board of Education — J. B. 
Ruark, (chrm.). Southport; John E. 
Robinson, Supply; Asa R. Edwards, 
Exum. 

County Commissioners — Charles N. 
Leonard, (chrm.), Shallotte; Noah B. 
Bennett, Exum; I. D. Harrelson. Fun- 
ston. 

County Board of Elections — G. 
Brooks Ward, (chrm.), Regan; John 
E. Douirlass, (sec), El Paso. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

North West Township — A. M. 
Clinnis, Phoenix; I. W. Skipper, J. T. 
Roper, Malmo ; J. W. Gay, Leland ; J. 
D. Robbins, L. S. Skipper, Phoenix; 
Thomas Jones, Leland. 



Town Creek— G. H. Bellamy, G. M. 
McKeithan, El Paso; J. Johnson, W. 
I). Lewis, Winnabow ; A. J. Carroll, 
Town Creek; I. D. Harrelson, Fun- 
ston. 

Smithville— S. P. Tharp, W. T. 
Pinner, T. M. Williams, Southport; J. 
W. Galloway, Southport; S. W. Smith. 
Suburb; John Wescott, Southport; 
David Ward, R. Dosher, Southport. 

Town Creek — J. L. Tharp, Town 
Creek; J. S. Henry, P. S. Hawes, Win- 
nabow ; L. D. Ganey, El Paso. 

Waccamaw — J. A. Bennett, Exum ; 
L. M. Todd, J. A. Phelps, Ash; C. C. 
Little, Makitaka ; Isham McKeithan, 
L. E. Formyduvaul. 

Lockwoods Folly — J. W. Lancaster, 
A. T. Hewett, Lucian Phelps, C. D. 
Robinson, Supply; F. P. White, Shal- 
lotte; Samuel Danf'ord, Shallotte; 
Walter Leonard, Supply ; G. W. Sel- 
lers, Shallotte; A. B. Robinson, Sup- 
ply. 

Shallotte— Samuel 
Stanley, B. K. Gore, 
Heart, Iredell; T. 
Calabash ; W. E. Pearce, 
U. Benton. Iredell; S. J, 
lotte; John W. Milliken, 
MINISTERS NOT IN 

Baptist — D. L. Hewett, 
C. Mizzell, Funston. 



Hickman, E. L. 
Shallotte; J. W. 
H. Patterson, 
Seaside ; L. 
Gore, Shal- 
Shnllotte. 
TOWNS. 
Shallotte; J. 



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Methodist— T. H. Bain, Lelaiul. 
Presbyterian — E. B. Carr, Phoenix. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Regan Itijjh School — Regan. 
Funston II iuh School — Funston. 
Leland Academy — Leland. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Goodman, E. G., El Paso. 
Storie, J. A., Shallotte. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Clinnis, A. M., Phoenix. 
Kirby, A. S., Phoenix. 
Evans, E. V., Leland. 
Cay, J. W., Leland. 
Walker, L., Town Creek. 
Walker, W. H., Town Creek. 
Henry, T. W., Town Creek. 
Rich Bros., Funston. 
Lewis, D. G., Winnahow. 
Smith, S. W., Suburb. 
Kirby, G. W., Supply. 
Galloway & Pigott, Supply. 
Brooks, George E., Seaside. 
Brooks, George E., & Co., Iredell. 
Ruark Bros., Shallotte. 
Mintz & Mintz. Mill Branch. 
Robinson, J. E., Supply. 
COTTON GINS. 
Johnson, J., Winnahow. 
McKeithan, R. W., Supply. 
Leonard, C. N., Shallotte. 
Ruark Bros., Shallotte. 
Brooks, George E., Seaside. 

SAW MILLS. 

Mirrell, N. W., & Son, Phoenix 
Brooks, George E., Seaside. 
Walker, L., Town Creek. 
Town Creek R. R. & Lumber Co., 
Town Creek. 

Henry, J. S., Winnabow. 
Bobbins, A. J., Southport. 
Pigott, J. J., & Son, Supply. 
Galloway & Pigott, Supply. 
TURPENTINE DISTILLERIES. 
Goodman. E. G., El Paso. 
Walker, L., Town Creek. 
Lewis. W. D., Winnabow. 
Rich Bros., Funston. 
Harrelson & Robhins, Funston. 
Mercer. D. R., Bolivia. 
Smith. S. W., Suburb. 
Galloway & Pigott. Supply. 
Robinson, J. E., Supply. 
Brooks, G. E., Seaside. 
Ruark Bros.. Shallotte. 
Mintz & Mintz, Mill Branch. 
King Bros., Excelsior. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Swain, J. H., Shallotte. 
Swain, R. N.. Shallotte. 
Worthington. John W.. Shallotte. 
Parker, E. M., Shallotte. 
Hewett. Miss Eva, Shallotte. 
Galloway, Miss Emma. Supply. 
Parker. Mrs. E. M., Shallotte. 
Williams, Miss Blanche, Supply. 
Gray, George, Winnabow. 
Williams. Miss Olivia, Phoenix. 
Price. Miss Florence, Southport. 
Newton, Miss Nellie, Southport. 



Mints, J. P., Malmo. 
Tharp, S. P., Southport. 
McKeithan, J. B., Regan. 
McKeithan, W. II., Regan. 
Hickman, R. B., Iredell. 
McLam, George, Iredell. 
Gore, Forney, Iredell. 
Milliken, W. Scott, Excelsior. 
Long, Burriss, Ash. 
Edwards, R. M., Exum. 
Edwards, D. B., Exum. 
Brooks, Miss Fannie, Seaside. 
Holden, R. D., Supply. 
Stanley, Joana, Shallotte. 
Whittemore, Miss, Southport. 
Sawyer, Mrs. E. W., Winnabow. 
Williams, Miss Daisy, Phoenix. 
Rev. Mr. Mizell, Funston. 
Chinnis, Miss Anna, Funston. 
Edwards. Miss Ava, Exum. 
Pepper, Miss Vivian, Southport. 
St. George, Miss Eva, Southport. 
Stacy, Miss Blanche, Southport. 



SOUTHPORT. 

Population, 1900: 1,500. No. white 
polls, 106; No. colored polls, 58. 

Value real estate, $259,982; value 
personal property, $85,098; bank 
stock and corporation. $3,440.20. 

Tax Rate: 70c. on the $100. 

Floating debt, $500. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayoi — M. C. Guthrie. 

Chief of Police — John Jones. 

City Clerk— B. J. Holden. 

Treasurer — J. J. Loughlin. 

Tax Collector — H. C. Curtis. 

Standard-Keeper — W. T. Pinner. 

City Attorney — Craumer & Davis. 

City Siipt. of Health— J. A. Dosher. 

Postmaster — R. W. Davis. 

Steamboat Manager — J. W. Harper. 

Telegraph Manager — J. T. Harper, 
Wilmington, of Wilmington & South- 
port Telegraph Co. 

Telephone Manager — R. L. Boyd, 
Wilmington, Southern Bell Tel. Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — J. O. Fullbright, Pastor. 

Episcopal — Edward Wooten, Wil- 
mington, Rector. 

Methodist— W. V. McRae. Pastor. 

Presbyterian — E. B. Carr, Phoenix, 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Southport Graded School — Miss Lu- 
cile Reamey, Principal. 

Southport High School — Thomas H. 
Franks, Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Stuart House. 

Clemmons, Mrs. J. H. 

Williams, Miss Jennie. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Furpless. Price. 

Robbins, A. J. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Southport — T. C. Cooper, 
President; D. O. Daniel, Cashier. 



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BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Hood, H. W. 
Ruark, J .B. 
Dosher, St. George & Co. 
Loughlin, J. J. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Bell, J. A. 
Aldridge, Hony. 

CLUBS. 
Southport Civic Club (women) — 
Miss Kate Stuart, President. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Hood Bros. & Co. 
Ruark, J. B. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Bobbins, A. ,T. 
Furpless, Price. 
Drew, G. F. 
Peterson, A. E. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 

E. B. Stevens, President; J. Berg, 
Secretary. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 

FURNISHERS. 

Loughlin, J. J. 
Hood, H. W. 

DENTISTS. 
Weeks, W. N. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Watson, D. I., & Co. 

DOCTORS. 
T~) o s I 1 p t* A. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Hood, H. W. 
Ruark, J. B. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 
Hood Bros. & Co. 
FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Hoyle, T. 
Dosber & Co. 

GROCERS. 
Ruark, J. B. 
Hood Bros. & Co. 
Dosber, St. George & Co. 
Fulwood. W. T. 
Smith, W. F. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Hood Bros. & Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Stevens. E. B. (Fire and Life.) 
Pyke, W. H. (Fire and Life.) 



LAWYERS. 

Taylor, C. Edward. 
Craumer & Davis. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Hood Bros. & Co. 
Dosber, St. George & Co. 
Ruark, J. B. 

PAINTERS. 
Galloway, L. A. 
Keel, J. W. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Soutbport Job Printing Co. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Stevens, E. B. 
Pyke, W. H. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
The Soutbport Herald— H. C. Curtis, 
Editor. 

The Southport Messenger — J. II. 
Evans, Editor. 



SHALIiOTTE. 

Incorporated in 1899. 
Population, 1909: White, 162; col- 
ored. None; total, 162. 

Value real estate, $19,784.38 ; value 
personal propertv. $10,672. 
Tax Rate: 16 2-3c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — McD. Turner. 
Postmaster — S. E. White. 
Chief of Police — George Cooper. 
Steamboat Agent — J. W. Brooks, 
Wilmington. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist— T. C. Filers, Pastor. 

DOCTORS. 
Goley, Wm. R. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

J. Stanland & Co. 

White. J. H., & Son. 

Hewett, D. G. &,Co. 

Friuk, M. D. 

White, F. P. 

Leonard, C. N., & Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Lang, Joel. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Leonard, C. N., & Co. (Saw Mill.) 

Stanland, J., & Co. (Turpentine Dis- 
tillerv.) 

White, F. P. (Turpentine Distillery.) 

Leonard & Holmes. (Turpentine Dis- 
tillery.) 



BUNCOMBE COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, ASHEVILLE. 



Formed in 1791. Named in honor of Edward Buncombe. 

Area: 520 square miles. 

Population: 44.288. White males, 18.016; white females, 18,151; negro 
males, 3,794; negro females, 4,326; foreign born, 504. 

Value of real estate, $13,453,101; value of personal property, $4,133,982. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $17,299,610; by negroes, $287,473. 

No. of Schools: For whites 98; for negroes, 16. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 23 2-3c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 20c; 
special, 8 l-3c. County bonded debt, $4. 

Public Roads: No. miles. 65. Worked by convict and free labor. 



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RAILROAD. TELEGKAl'II AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Railway Company, 47.52 miles, assessed value $1,384,397.11 

American Refrigerator Transit Company, assessed value 1,060.00 

American Cotton Oil Company, assessed value 4,375.00 

W. T. Weaver Power Company, assessed value 120,000.00 

Southern Railway-Carolina Division, 10.34 miles, assessed value 61,556.61 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 5,379.24 

Asheville Telegraph & Telephone Compauy, assessed value 123.S47.00 

Southern Bell Telegraph & Telephone Company, assessed value. 1,320.00 

Madison Telephone Company, assessed value 1,200.00 

American Telephone & Telegraph Company, assessed value 4.779.20 

Leicester Telephone Company, assessed value 400.00 

North Buucombe Telephone Company, assessed value 420. 0U 

North Carolina Electrical Power Company, assessed value 4,660.00 

The Pullman Company, assessed value 7.5S0.20 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 10.950.13 

Asheville & Craggy Mountain Ry., 2.26 miles, assessed value .... 10,000.00 

Bee Tree Railroad, 7.75 miles, assessed value 15.500.00 

Asheville Electric Company, assessed value 326,136.00 

Asheville Rapid Transit Company, assessed value 12,050.00 

Superior Court Terms: 4th Monday before 1st Monday in March, 3 
weeks ; 7th Monday after 1st Monday in March, 2 weeks ; 5th Monday be- 
fore 1st Monday in September, 2 weeks ; 10th Monday after 1st Monday in 
September. 2 weeks ; Civil Terms — 1st Monday after 1st Monday in March, 
4 weeks; 12th Monday after 1st Monday in March, 2 weeks; 1st Monday 
after 10th Monday in September, 3 weeks ; 4th Monday after 1st Monday 
in September, 3 weeks ; 13th Monday after 1st Monday in September, 2 
weeks. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — Marcus Erwin, 
Asheville. 

Sheriff— T. F. Hunter, Asheville. 

Tax Collector— R. C. Crowell, Ashe- 
ville. 

Register of Deeds — .1. J. Mackey, 
Asheville. 

Treasurer — Thomas M. Duckett, 
Asheville. 

Coroner — E. R. Morris, Asheville. 

Surveyor — Otto Israel, Candler. 

Co. Supt. of Health— D. E. Sevier. 
Asheville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools- -A. C. Rey- 
nolds, Asheville. 

Supt. of County Home — B. F. Mer- 
rill, Asheville, R. F. D. No. 4. 

Co. Board of Education — Julius C. 
Martin, (chrm.), Asheville; Clyde 
Reed, Biltmore; Jason Ashworth, 
Fairview. 

County Commissioners — J. E. Ran- 
kin, (chrm.), Asheville; R. C. Clayton, 
Arden ; C. P. Weaver, Weaverville ; S. 
J. Luther. Hominy ; Matt. Burlison, 
Barnardsville. 

County Board of Elections — S. G 
Bernard, Asheville; Erwin Patton, 
Asheville: J. F. Ford, Asheville. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Asheville Township — W. J. Haynes, 
Asheville, R. F. D. No. 1 ; J. P. Pen- 
land, Asheville; J. B. Erwin, Ashe- 
ville; W. R. Gudger, Asheville; D. S 
Roberts, Asheville; C. W. Malone, 
Asheville; S. P. Mears, Asheville; F. 
N. Woddell, Asheville; W. W. Patton, 
Asheville: R. A. Burroughs, Asheville; 
A. H. Filmet, Asheville; J. C. Cowan. 
Asheville; M. A. Creasman, Asheville; 



S. A. Johnson, Asheville; W. A. Swain, 
Asheville, R. F. D. No. 1; Sol. A. 
Carter, Asheville, R. F .D. No. 1; W. 
A. Jones, Jr., Asheville; E. B. At- 
kinson, Asheville; George W. Fair- 
child, Asheville, R. F. D. No. 4; E. H. 
Merrimon, Asheville; A. L. Bright, 
Asheville, R. F. D. No. 4 ; J. H. Shook, 
Leicester; R. W. Johnson, Asheville, 
R. F. D. No. 3; J. B. Worsley, Ashe- 
ville. 

Black Mountain — J. H. Hampton 
Black Mountain ; F. C. Watkins, Black 
Mountain ; W. R. Goodson, Black 
Mountain. 

Reems Creek — D. H. Reasran, Weav- 
erville; S. D. Ballard. Weaverville; T. 
H. Weaver, Weaverville; W. T. Brad- 
ley, Weaverville. 

French Broad — Zeb F. Vance, Alex- 
ander: W. H. Peek, Alexander; J. A. 
Gwnltney, Alexander. 

Flat Creek — J. E. Chandler, Homer- 
ville; E. J. Roberts, Homerville; A. 
P. Reece, Homerville; W. C. Alber, 
Homerville. 

Fair View — J. R. Pinkerton, Fair- 
view; G. L. Clay. Fairview; P. O. 
Merrill, Fairview ; T. J. Patillo, Fair- 
view. 

Big Ivy — M. T. Arrowood, Demo- 
crat; J. H. Woodard, Democrat; T. 
S. Dillingham, Barnardsville; M. T. 
Ray, Barnardsville; Z. B. Hobson, 
Barnardsville. 

Lower Hominy — E. H. Britt, Can- 
dler, R. F. D. ; S. L. Morgan, Candler, 
R. F. D. ; James Plemmons, Candler, 
R. F. D. 

Swannanoa — W. M. Gudger, Swan- 
nanoa ; H. A. Coggins, Swannanoa; J. 



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M. Roberts, Swannanoa ; L. F. Hitt, 
Swanannoa; J. C. M. Valentine, Swan- 
nanoa. 

Upper Hominy — J. C. Walters, Can- 
dler; J. N. Smith, Candler; C. D. 
Mallonee, Candler; R. L. Luther, Can- 
dler; C. W. Howell, Candler; A. Z. 
Wright, Candler; P. P. Morgan, Can- 
dler ; J. C. Brown, Candler. 

Limestone — C. L. Garren, Arden ; G. 
F. Garren, Arden; M. L. Land, Arden; 
N. L. Frody, Arden. 

Leicester — W. B. Pounders, Juno; 
L. E. Martin, Juno; J. L. Williamson, 
Newfound; G. L. Moffitt, Leicester; B. 
L. Lyda, .Leicester. 

Sandy Mush — W .1. Lee, Sandy 
Mush. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Rice, W. F., Swannanoa. 

Starnes, A. H., Candler. 

Brown, A. E., Asheville, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Bradley, W. T.. Morgan Hill. 

Owen, S. C, Candler. 

Morgan, E. J., Candler. 

Brown, T. K., Swanannoa. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Carroll, J. L., Swanannoa. 

Cotton, C. E., Black Mountain. 

Archer, J. J., Black Mountain. 

McCrackin, C. M., Fairview. 

Reynolds, T. F., Leicester. 

Clontz, W. J., Alexander. 

Gill. J. N.. Weaverville. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Gaston, R. J.. Candler. 

Candler, E. W., Candler. * 

Hyatt Bros., Emma. 

Whittmore, J. M., Weaverville. 

Morris & Shuford, Alexander. 

Wilson, J. B., Leicester. 

Maney, W. R., Democrat. 

Burlison, Matt., Barnardsville. 

West, C. P., Weaverville. 

Johnson, J. E„ Grace. 

Harrison, H. R., Swanannoa. 

Hall, W. C Black Mountain. 

McKoy, J. W., Black Mountain. 

Ashworth, Jnskon. Fairview. 

Jones, J. Will. Fairview. 

Williams, Ed., Fairview. 

Case, A. B., & Bro., Skvland. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Hominy Mills, Candler. 

Biltmore Roller Mills, Biltmore. 

Leicester Roller Mills, Leicester. 

Juno Mills. Juno. 

Latsprich, J. B., Weaverville. 

Patton, John E.. Glen Tnglis. 

Mt. Mitchell Lumber Co., Swanan- 
noa. 

Crasrgv Lumber Co., Swanannoa. 

Rutherford, J. W., Candler. 

Coleman, J. L., Lumber Co., Ashe- 
ville. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Ballard, Miss Ethel, Arden. 

Brown, Miss Julia, Asheville. 

Sales, Miss Mattie. Fletcher. 



Bishop, Miss Amelia, Biltmore, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Edwards, B. L., Biltmore, R. F. D. 
No. 3. . 

Morgan, Miss Annie, Biltmore, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Bradley, J. W., Candler. 

Gudger, Miss Jeanette, Candler. 

Morgan, Miss Legie, Candler. 

Hunter, Wade R., Candler. 

Wells, Frank L., Candler. 

Bryan, A. B., Candler. 

Weaver, Miss Pear, Candler. 

Henry, Miss Rose, Candler. 

Garrison, Miss Hattie, Candler. 

Kirkpatrick, Miss Mattie, Candler. 

Ingram, J. M., Candler. 

Hutchinson, Miss Etta, Candler. " 

Clark, Miss Emily, Candler. 

Crook, Robert, Candler. 

Davis, Miss Fonella, Candler. 

Radford, S. W., Leicester. 

Reynolds, Miss Attie, Leicester. 

Lankford. Miss Lucy, Leicester. 

Farmer, Miss Lulu, Leicester. 

Martin, Miss Rena, Marshall, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Sprinkle, Miss Bessie, Leicester. 

Hawkins, Miss Ida, Leicester. 

Snelson, Miss Sarah, Leicester. 

Garrison, Miss Effle, Asheville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Rector, Miss Viva, Newfound. 

Angel, H. A., Leicester. 

Rav, Miss Clara, Asheville, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Perry, M. C, Asheville, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Rav, Miss Lily, Asheville, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Ray, Arthur, Asheville, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Perry, R. M., Leicester. 

Brittain, Miss Margaret, Weaver- 
ville. 

Higgins, Miss Fannie. Leicester. 

Jervis, Fred, Leicester. 

Hall, A. B., Mascot. 

Brown, Miss Ethel, Sandy Mush. 

Gibbs. Miss Ellen, Sandy Mush. 

Coward, M. C, Gem. 

Coward, Nathan. Cleelum. 

Ponder. Miss Eugenia, Biltmore. 

Sales, Miss Lucile, Fletcher. 

Merritt, Miss Minnie L., Fletcher. I!. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Jones, Miss Orma, Skyland. 

Lyda, E. E., Fletcher, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Smart, Laxton, Fairview. 

Hunter, H. T., Fairview. 

Blackstock, C. E., Fairview. 

Weaver, Glen, Fairview. 

Miller, Miss Lela, Fairview. 

Shuford, N. C. Fairview. 

Freeman, J. W., Fairview. 

Merrell, S. J., Fairview. 

Williams, W. H., Fairview. 

Valentine, J. C. M., Swannanoa. 

Shook, Miss Grace, Swannanoa. 

Hunter, F. M.. Swannanoa. 

Sales, R. C, Skyland. 



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Ingram, S. < >.. Bee Tree. 

Tucker, D. C, Asheville, R. F. D. 

No. ::. 

Hildebrand, Miss Eleanor, Asheville. 

fortune. Miss Bessie, Asheville. 

Jones. .Miss Minnie, Asheville, It. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Edwards, R. B., Asheville, R. P. D. 
No. 3. 

Stephenson, Miss Lillie, Asheville, R. 
F. 1). No. 3. 

Reynolds, J. L., Asheville, R. V D. 
No. 4. 

Whitson, Miss Jennie, Asheville, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Stamev, Erastus, Asheville, U. F. 
D. -No. 4. 

Stamev, L. S., Asheville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Mackey, Miss Sue, Asheville. R. F. 
I). Xo. 3. 

Ellis, D. L., Biltmore. 

Ellis. Mrs. D. L., Biltmore. 

Morgan, S. J.. Biltmore. 

Stoneham, Miss Annie, Biltmore. 

Ashworth, Ralph, Biltmore. 

Shook, Haskew, Skyland. 

Bell, G. H., Asheville, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Matnev, Miss Aniee, Asheville. R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Shelton, T. D., Asheville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Kimherley. Miss Fannie, Asheville. 

Waddell, Miss Maude, Biltmore. 

Reynolds. Miss Etta, Leicester. 

Hughes, Miss Bertha. Leicester. 

Feeke, Miss Mary, Weaverville. 

Blankenship. G. H., Weaverville. 

(Jill, Mrs. Jennie B., Weaverville. 

Edwards. J. F., Brankton. 

Woodward, G. B., Brankton. 

Fox, Miss Johanna, Brankton. 

Roberts, Mrs. L. W., Brankton. 

Sawyer, Horace, Beech. 

Pickens. Miss Nell. Beech. 

Donovan, Miss Bessie. Weaverville. 

Miller. Arthur, Jupiter. 

Roberts. Miss Eugenia, Jupiter. 

Barnes. A. L.. Weaverville. 

Brittain, Vistula, Weaverville. 

Dillingham, Miss Hattie, Morgan 
Hill. 

Weaver, Ralph, Jupiter. 

Brank, Miss Minnie, Jupiter. 

Amnions. .T. J.. Morgan Hill. 

Cheek, J. F., Morgan Hill. 

Marr, W. W., Democrat. 

Sams. Miss Atjnes. Democrat. 

Whittaker, Miss Leonora, Dilling- 
ham. 

Ilipps, W. H., Barnardsville. 

Burnett, Miss Delia, Barnardsville. 

Proffltt, Miss Bertha, Bardnards- 
ville. 

Edwards, J. B.. Barnardsville. 
Hurst. L. A. .Barnardsville. 
Edwards, Miss Jane, Barnardsville. 
Edwards, Miss Dovie, Barnardsville. 
Dillingham, Mrs. Louisa, Barnards- 
ville. 



Brown, J. C, Dillingham. 

Chambers, Miss Sallie, Dillingham. 

Phillips, F. S., Ivy. 

Pickens, Miss Myrtle, Black Moun- 
tain. 

Bryan, W. W., Black Mountain. 

Bryan. Mis. W. W., Black Mountain. 

Morgan, Miss Bessie, Black Moun- 
tain. 

McKinney, Fulton, Black Mountain. 

Foreman, Mrs. E. B.. Montreat. 

Speake, Miss Bessie, Montreat. 

Roberts. Miss Merkie. Jupiter. 

DeBruhl, Miss Nannie, Alexander. 

Brittain. Miss Minevia, Weaverville. 

White, Miss Eugenie, Alexander. 

Buckner, Miss Pearl, Alexander. 

Weaver. W. S.. Weaverville. 

White, Miss Lois, Alexander. 

ASHEVILLdE. 

Population. 1909: 30.000. No. white 
polls, 1.500; No. colored polls, 690. 

Value real estate, $7,373,132; value 
personal propertv. $2,485,722. 

Tax Kate: $1.50 on the K100. 

Bonded debt $1,000,000. Floating 
debt, $50,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — John A. Campbell. 

Chief of Police — J. K. Chambers. 

City Clerk — A. G. Halyburtou. 

Treasurer — J. B. Erwin. 

Tax Collector— C. H. Bartlett. 

Standard-Keeper— T. F. Mitchell. 

City Attorney — S. G. Bernard. 

City Supt. of Health — C. V. Rey- 
nolds. 

Postmastei — W. W. Rollins. 

R. R. A.-ent — R. H. Graham, South- 
ern Railway Co. 

Express Aarent — J. T. James. 

Telegraph Manager — G. R. Calvert. 

Telephone Manager — M. Erskine. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — W. M. Vines. Pastor. 

Christian — J. O. Helsebach. Pastor. 

Episcopal — W. G. McCready. Rector. 

Lutheran — A. T. Coyner, Pastor. 

Methodist — G. H. Detwilder. D. J. 
Miller. T. L. Lallance, G. G. Marley. 

PresT>yterian— E. F. Campbell. Pas- 
tor. 

Catholic — Father Marion. Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — J. S. Wil- 
liams. Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

City Hi.sch School. 

Oran.ce Street School. 

Asheville Avenue. 

Park Avenue. 

Murray School. 

Montford Avenue. 

Catholic Hill, (col.) 

Hill Street, (col.) 

HOTELS. 

The Battery Park. 

Swanannoa. 

The Manor. 

Hotel Berkeley. 



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Western Hotel. 

Glen Rock Hotel. 

Florence Hotel. 

New Windsor. . 

Victoria Inn. 

Montford Hotel. 

Oaks Hotel. 

BOARDING HOUSES. 

Badger, Mrs. W. L. 

Beaumont Lodge. 

The Belvidere. 

Billows Rest. 

Bon Air. 

Bonniview. 

Buxton Place. 

Collister, Mrs. Lulu. 

The Colonial. 

Dickerson, Mrs. P. B. 

The Blkton. 

Forest Hill. 

Gray Gables. 

Harris, Mrs. M. A. 

Harris, Miss Mattie. 

Hull, Mrs. M. H. 

Lee, Mrs. Julia A. 

McGuire, Miss Mary C. 

McCray, Mrs. M. , 

Margo Terrace. 

Mears, Mrs. Ella. 

Mitchell. Mrs. Carrie Carr. 

Muller, Mrs. L. A. 

Ninety-Nine. 

Old Kentucky Home. 

Penniman, Mrs. Ridgely. 

Penniman, Mrs. W. T. 

The Pines. 

Ramoth Place. 

Restawhyle. 

Rock Ledge. 

Rouce, Mr. J. L. 

The Kenwood. 

Tennent, Misses. 

Victoria Inn. 

Mountain Meadows Inn. 

Martin. Mrs. Annie D. 

Watkins, Mrs. S. A. 

Webb, Mrs. M. E. 

Webb House. 

Willis, Mrs. S. T. 

Wrenwood. 

AVright, Mrs. M. D. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Smith & Carrier. 

Melton, A. L. 

Davis, T. E. 

Derwit & Chum. 

Lord, W. H. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

American National Bank — J. H. 
Carter, President; R. M. Fitzpatrick, 
Cashier. 

Battery Parle Bank — ,T. P. Lowgers, 
President ; J. E. Rankin, Cashier. 

Wachovia Eoan & Trust Co. — T. S. 
Morrison. Chairman; W. B. William- 
son, Cashier. 

The Citizens Bank — E. L. Ray, 
President; J. A. Campbell, Cashier. 
BAKERS. 

Asheville Strane Bakery. 



Heston, J. M. 
Benbrer's Bakery. 
Paul's Model Bakery. 
Woman's Exchange. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Beaverdam Brick Co. 
Blue Ridge Granite Brick Co. 
French Broad Granite Brick Co. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALEKS. 
Boston Shoe Store. 
Brown -Miller Shoe Co. 
Guarantee Shoe Co. 
Nichols Shoe Co. 

BOOK STORES. 
Brown Book Co. 
Hackney-Moale Co. 
Rogers, H. T. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE 
Hill, William. 
Keibler & Whitehead. 
Lutz Meat Co. 
Sumner, T. J. 
Star Market. 
Marlow Bros. 
Faulkner Bros. 
Ledford, J. M. 
Teague's Market. 
Zimmerman & Son. 
Allison, G. D. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
Morrison, T. S., & Co. 
Asheville Harness Co. 
Brown, C. L. 
Wallace, J. C. 

CLUBS. 
Asheville Club. 
Elks' Club. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 
Blue Ridse. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Groger, William. 
Rickman, T. J. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
Asheville Cotton Mills. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Baker, C. P. 

Club Cafe & Candy Kitchen. 
Fisher, H. L. 
Heston, J. M. & Son. 
Lee-Bryant Co. 
Mascari, Charles. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Byerly, E. 

Creasman & Owenby. 
Clements, G. W. 
Smith, J. W. M. 
Dalton, T. S. 
Francis, W. C. 
McDowell, E. E. 
McPherson, J. C. 
Patton, J. L. 
Tennent, .T. A. 
Westall, .T. M. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Asheville Coal Co. 
Asheville Coal & Lumber Co. 
Southern foal Co. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
Board of Trade — .T. A. Nichols, Pies- 



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ident; J. P. Kerr, Secretary. 


Dunn. W. L. 


CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 


Eskell, O. F. 


FURNISHERS. 


Elias, L. W. 


Asheville Dry Goods & Clothing Co. 


Fletcher, M. H. 


Blomberg, A. 


Frazier, Thompson. 


Blomberg, S. I. 


Gardner, G. D. 


Pinestein, S. , 


Gibbs, E. W. 


Glaser & Sugg. 


Glenn, C. B. 


Moore, M. V. 


< . roener, E. P. 


Redwood. H., & Co. 


Hampton, J. E. 


Stoner, O. E." 


Hennell, M. H. 


Whitlock Clothing Co. 


Hilliard, W. D. 


Zagier, M. 


Hunnicutt. W. J. 


Zagier, It. B. 


Johnson, Alice E. 


DEPARTMENT STORES. 


Jordan ,C. S. 


Sumner, Sons & Co. 


McBrayer, L. B. 


Redwood, H., & Co. 


Meacham & Rockwell. 


Kindley, W. E., & Co. 


Merriwater, F. T. 


Lipinsky, S. 


Merrimon, Louise. 


DENTISTS. 


Millender, M. C. 


Foreman, J. W. 


Minoo, C. L. 


Sinclair, J. A. 


Morris, E. R. 


Reeves, R. H. 


Orr, P. G. 


Ramsey, J. F. 


Paguin, Paul. 


Hunt, F. L. 


Powell, W. V. 


Fawcett, J. W. 


Pritchard, Arthur. 


Parker, J. M. 


Purefoy, G. W. 


Smathers, Maxler. 


Reynolds, C. V. 


Durham. Benjamin. 


Ringer, P. H. 


Mann, I. 


Sawyer, Joseph. 


Chambers, E. 0. 


Scott, C. L. 


Hall, B. F. 


Sevier, D. E. & L. T. 


Glenn, C. F. 


Smith, Owen. 


Matthews. Augustus. 


Shams. M. L. 


Sinclair. P. D. 


Van Ruck. Carl. 


TOBACCO DEALERS. 


Van Ruck. Sylva. 


Blombers;, L. 


Walker, J. W. 


Sehas. M. 


Weaver, H. B. 


Asheville Tobacco Co. 


Whittinston. W. P. 


Pugh, C. S. 


William. John H. 


DRUGGISTS. 


Zimmerman, C. S. 


Carmichael, W. C. 


POWER AND EIGHT COMPANIES. 


Royser, C. A. 


Asheville Electric Co. 


Asheville Pharmacy. 


W. T. Weaver Power Co. 


Carolina Pharmacy. 


FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 


Grants Pharmacy. 


Asheville Packing Co. 


Mackay's Pharmacy. 


Roarers, W. F., & Sons. 


Montford Drug: Co. 


FLORISTS. 


Seawell's Pharmacy. 


Lashly, D. A. 


Smith's Drug Store. 


Brown, E. E. 


Streetmnn, T. L. 


FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 


West End Drug Store. 


Asheville Fish Co. 


DOCTORS. 


Graham's Fish Market. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 


Ambler, C. P. 


Asheville Supply & Foundry Co. 


Anderson, J. G. 


Sternberg Sunnlv & Foundry Co. 


Ballard, A. M. 


FURNITURE DEALERS. 


Battle, S. W. 


Beaumont Furniture Co. 


Briggs, H. H. 


Burton & Holt. 


Brown, T. E. W. 


Deal & Rector. 


Brownson, W. C. 


Green Bros. 


Bryan, J. W. 


Moore, W. L. 


Bryant, R. H. 


Smithers, J. L., & Sons. 


Buckner, R. G. 
Burroughs, J. A. 
Callaway, A. W. 


Walton & McLain. 

GROCERS. 


Carroll, J. L. 


Slayden, Fakes & Co. 


Carroll, R. S. 


Musteux-Robertson Co. 


Cheesborough, T. P. 


Asheville Grocery Co. 


Cocke. .Tere. 
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Allison, G. D. 
Barnett, W. L. 
Campbell, J. M., & Co. 
Clark Bros. 
Cooper, C. S. 
Davis, W. A. 
Felmet Bros. 
Ford, W. P., & Son. 
Forster Supply Co. 
Foster, Frank S. 
Harkins, R. W., & Co. 
Hayes, J. F. 
Hyarus, M. 
Ingle, J. B. 
Jarrett, E. C. 
Jenkins, J. H. 
Johnson, W. E. 
Johnston, J. V. 
Micholoo, A. D. 
Niehaland & Lipe. 
Miller, F. M. 

Noland-Roland Grocery Co. 
Olive, H. J. 
Owenby & Son. 
Redman, S. M. 
Sawyer, Clarence. 
Smathers & Young. 
Stradlev & Luther. 
Webb, D. H. 
Welch, J. L., & Co. 
Gates & McGuire. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Asheville Hardware Co. 
Green, O. L., Hardware Co. 
Brown-Northrup & Co. 

HOSPITALS. 
Mission Hospital. 
Merriweather Hospital. 
Biltrnore Hospital. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Astrm, Rawls & Co. (Fire.) 
Rutledge, Frederick, & Co. (Fire.! 
Patterson, J. R., & Co. (Fire.) 
LaBarke, Moale & Chiles (Fire.) 

JEWELERS. 
Field, Arthur M., Co. 
Alexander, G. 
Carpenter, J. E. 
Casby, B. H. 
Trast, H. M. 
Goldsmith, W. W. 
Henderson & Geiger. 
Jennerett. L. W. 
Shaffner. W. H. 
Stern, Victor. 

LAUNDRIES. 
Asheville Steam Laundry Co. 
Model Steam Laundry. 
Mountain Citv Steam Laundry. 

LAWYERS. 
Adams, J. G. 
Adams, J. S. 
Adams, J. Sneed. 
Adicks, H. F. 
Anderson, J. B. 
Arthur, J. R. 
Barnard, A. S. 
Bernard, S. G. 
Britt. J. J. 
Bourne, L. M. 



A., Jr. 



Sr. 
Jr. 



Brown, M. W. 
Brown. W. P. 
Carter, Frank. 
Carter, H. B. 
Chedester, H. C. 
Cocke, D. C. 
Cocke, Wm. J. 
Craig, Locke. 
Curtis, Z. F. 
Davidson, T. F. 
Dawes, Wm. M. 
Featherston, A. 
Ford, J. F. 
<;niis, Donald. 
Glenn. J. F. 
Gudger, J. M. 
Gudger, J. M., 
Gudacer, Norma L. 
Harkins, T. J. 
Haynes, J. W. 
Jones, C. E. 
Jones, T. A. 
Jones, W. W. 
Lee, C. G. 
Lissenbee, C. C. 
Lusk, V. S. 
Lyman, A. J. 
McCall, R. S. 
Malone, P. N. 
Martin, J. C. 
Martin, J. H. 
Merrick, Duff. 
Merrimon, J. G. 
Merrimon, J. H 
Merrimon, R. E. 
Millard, D. R. 
Montreat, A. D. 
Moore, Charles A. 
Morrison, A. T. 
Murphy, J. D. 
Parker, Havwood. 
Randolph, E. G. 
Ronevel, S. P. 
Reynolds, G. S. 
Reynolds, R. R. 
Rickman, T. J. 
Roberts, Gallatin. 
Rollins, T. S. 
Settle, Thomas. 
Shuford, G. A. 
Shuford, W. E. 
Sondley, F. A. 
Starnes, J. R. 
Stevens, H. B. 
Stvles, J. S. 
Swain, J. E. 
Thomas, F. W. 
Thomasson, G. A. 
Tucker. J. H. 
Van Winkle. Kingsland. 
Way, Eugene. 
Weaver, Guy. 
Weaver, Zebulon. 
Webb, Charles A. 
Welch, Gilmer. 
Wells, R. M. 
Whitson, W. R. 
Williams, R. R. 
Wright, G. W. 
Gudger, Owen. 



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PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 


Our Mt. Home — J. M. Stoner, Editor. 






Fitzpatrick, R. L., & Son. 


Asheville Citizen — James H. Caine, 






Perkinson, T. J. 


Editor. 






Excelsior Paint Co. 


LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 






Meth-Eice Co. 


Westall, J. M., & Co. 






Bowles, R. E. 


Westall, W. H., & Co. 






I'KODUCE DEALERS. 


Coleman, J. S., Lumber Co. 






McConnell Bros. 


Scott Lumber Co. 






Davis iV Barker. 


Mason Lumber Co. 






Owenby Bros. 


Mason, B. C. 






PLUMBERS. 


Wm. Reiter Lumber Co. 






Rich, J. R. 


Arbagast, J. C. 






Ball & Thrash. 


Asheville Lumber Co. 






Ginschard, G. L. 


Craggy Lumber Co. 






Moore, J. W. 


Empire Lumber Co. 






Union Plumbers. 


English Lumber Co. 






PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 


Jones, Wm. M. 






Falk, C. 


McEwen Lumber Co. 






Durham, H. A. 


Monger Lumber Co. 






Beuton & Holt. 


Sprales, W. J. 






PHOTOGRAPHERS. 


Swanannoa Lumber. 






Hoge & Koonce. 


Glen Inglis Co. 






Ray, C. F. 


MARBLE WORKS. 






Brock, I. 


Bean, S. I., & Co. 






Lindsey, T. H. 


Cherokee Marble Works. 






McCanless, I. M. 


Wolfe. W. O. 






PRINTING OFFICES. 


MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 






Hackney-Moale Co. 


Hans Rees Tannery Co. 






The Inland Press. 


Asheville Supply & Foundry Co. 






Asheville Printing Co. 


United States Furniture Co. 






Rogers, H. T. 


Southern Mica Co. 






REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 


Brown, M. Vance. 






Aston, Rawls & Co. 


Biltmore Box Co. 






Forbes & Campbell. 


Jones, Wm. M. 






Atkinson & Sons. 


MACHINERY DEALERS. 






Lavorbe, Moal & Chiles. 


Morrison, T. S., & Co . 






Grant Realty Co. 


Asheville Hardware Co. 






Canaday, W. M. 


Bernard, W. W. 






Donnahoe <& Bledsoe. 














McKissick Realty Co. 


WEAVERVILLE. 






Batterbam, H. 


Incorporated in 1909. 






Brown & Logan. 


Population, 1909: White, 400; col- 






Hall & Penland. 


ored. 100; total, 500. 






Morsteller & Co. 


Value real estate, $75,000; value per- 






McClaskey, J. J. 


sonal property, $50,000. 






Mills & Metts. 


Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 






Woods, F. T. H. 


TOWN OFFICERS. 






Carter, G. D. 


Mayor — T. N. Greenlee. 






Campbell, .T. M. 


Postmaster — T. H. Weaver. 






Ingle, F. D. 


Chief of Police — J. Burgin. 






Lyman, A. J. 


R. R. Agent — D. Wagoner, Agent 






TAILORS. 


for the Wenvorville electric line. 






Brown & Co. 


MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 






Logan, S. T. 


Methodist — W. C. Pooney, Pastor. 






Fallcr, J. J. 


Methodist Protestant — G. L. Curry, 






Whitlock Clothing Co. 


Pastor. 






UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 


SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 






Nolnnd-Brownell Co. 


Weaverville College — O. S. Dean, 






Hare. Baird & Co. 


President. 






Red Cross Undertaking Co. 


Weaverville School — G. H. Blanken- 






Starnes, J. R. 


ship, Principal. 






Brown, J. V., & Son. 


DOCTORS. 

Reagan, J. J. 
Reagan, L. A. 
Gill. J. M. 






VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

Tuttle, A. A. 






WALL PAPER HANGERS. 


Robinson, Z. B. 






Fitzpatrick, R. L., & Sons. 


DRUGGISTS. 






NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 


Reeves, T. H. 






Gazette News — W. A. Hildebrand, 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 






Editor. 


Whitamore, J. M. 




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West C. -P. 
Reeves, W.' H. & Son. 
Mick Brothers. 
Merrill, E. B. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Reagan, W. M. 
Weaver, Capt. 
Hollister, Mrs. 
Broadwater, Mrs. J. 
Reeves, Mrs. W. H. 
Nelson, Mrs. Wm. 
Wagoner, Mrs. Dan. 
Hoover, Mrs. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Reagan, W. M. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Reams Creek Woolen Mills. 
Weaverville Flour Mill. 
Howland, R. S., Grist Mill. 



BLACK MOUNTAIN. 

Incorporated in 1893. 
Population, 1909: White, 400; col- 
ored, 30: total, 430. 

Value real estate, $100,000; value 
personal property, $50,000. 
Tax rate: 35c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS, 
Mayor— G. W. Steff. 
Postmaster— G. W. Steff. 
Chief of Police — W. J. Wilson. 
R. R. Agent— W. H. Smith, South- 
ern Railway Co. 

Manager Telegraph — W. H. Smith. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist— D. R. Profit, Pastor. 
tor. 

Baptist — E. Buchanan. Pastor. 
Methodist (Northern) — Rev. Mr. 
J Mattison, Pastor. 

Episcopal — Rev. Mr. Mevers. Rector. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
High School— W. W. Bryin. Prin. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Commonwealth— ,T. M. McKay, Pres- 
ident; A. A. Hesraman, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Cotton, C. E. 
Archer, I. J. 
Terrell, A. J. 
Landis, B. F. 

DENTISTS. 
Dr. Burke. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Black Mountain Pharmacy. 
Terrell, A. J. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
McKoy, J. M. 



Hall, W. C. 

Hoofman & Kent. 

Dotyfeed, J. C. 

Dickson, W. B. (Hardware.) 

Reed, J. E., & Co. 

Queen, E. W. 

Moyer, J. A. 

Hill, W. M. (Meats.) 

Owenby, T. J. 

Allred, J. J., & Co. 

Cauble, P. A. (Groceries.) 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Gladstone Hotel. 

Mountain View House. 

The Inn. 

Crawford Boarding House. 

Mt. Mitchell Inn. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Brown Bros. 
Bl ILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS 

Black Mountain Building & Loan. 



BILTMORE. 

Incorporated in 1893. 
Population. 1909; White, 400; color- 
ed, none; total. 400. 

TOAVN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — S. P. Ravenel. 
Postmaster — B. J. Luther. 
Chief of Police — F. L. Sharpe. 
R. R. Agent — G. A. Digges, South- 
ern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — S. T. Warren, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Episcopal — R. R. Swope, Rector. 
All Souls' Church— 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Winn's School for Boys — J. A. Winn, 
Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Elias, L. W. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Biltmore Dm a: Store. 
GROCERS. 
Sawyer, C. 
Grantham. T. L. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Stoner, A. D. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Stoner, A. D. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Star Market. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Biltmore Livery Stables. 
CATTLE. 
MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Biltmore Estate Industries. 



EURKE COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, MORGANTON. 



Formed in 1777. Named in honor of Edmund Burke. 
Area: 400 square miles. 

Population: 17,699. White males, 7,339; white females, 7.6S4; negro 
males, 1,240; negro females, 1,430; foreign born, 150. 



110 BURKE COUNTY. 

Value of real estate, $1,816,020; value of personal property. $1,014,516. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $2,762,668; by negroes, $67,877. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 54; for negroes, 10. 

Tax Kate: County purposes. 23 2-3c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 20c. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 175. Worked by small tax and by all males 
under 45 years of age. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Railway Company, 29.7 miles, assessed value $865,248.16 

Carolina & North Western, 2.18 miles, assessed value 20,162.25 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 5,090.30 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 2,963.88 

The Pullman Company, assessed value 5.001.S2 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co., assessed value 8,821.00 

Superior Court Terms: March term. 2 weeks; June term, 2 weeks; Au- 
gust term, 2 weeks ; December term, 2 weeks. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— L. A. Bristol, 
Morganton. 

Sheriff — Forest C. Berry, Morganton. 

Register of Deeds — John B. Hollo- 
way, Morganton. 

Treasurer — W. A. Bailey, Morgan- 
ton, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Coroner — John Nelson, Morganton. 

Surveyor — R. J. Hallyburton, Mor- 
ganton. 

Co. Supt. of Health— J. R. Ander- 
son, Morganton. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— R. L. Patton, 
Morganton. 

Supt. of County Home — Durant 
Gibbs, Morganton, R. F. D. No. 4. 

Co. Board of Education— J. H. Hoff- 
man, J. E. Coulter, Joe T. McGinsey. 

County Commissioners — John A. 
Dixon, Frank Cook, J. M. Brinkley. 

County Board of Elections — A. C. 
Avery, Jr., C. E. Tate, S. Hoffman, 
Morganton. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Moraranton Township — W. A. Ross. 
Morganton; A. N. Dale, Morganton; 
H. C. Deaton, Morganton ; John Hal- 
lyburton. Morganton. 

Silver Creek— J. F. Waters, Mor- 
ganton. R. F. D. No. 1; T. L. Morri- 
son, Morganton, R. F. D. No. 1; L. 
A. Simpson, Glen Alpine. 

Lower Fork — M. F. Huffman, Con- 
nelly Springs, R. F. D. No. 3; Timo- 
thy Lail. Connellv Springs, R. F. D. 
No. 3; M. A. Carswell, Connelly 
Springs, R. F. D. No. 3; Thomas Set- 
tlemyre. Connelly Springs. R. F. D. 
No. 3; R. P. Cloud, Connelly Springs, 
R. F. D. No. 3; C. M. Hoyle, Connelly 
Springs. R. F. D. No. 3; J. W. Mos- 
teller, Connelly Springs, R. F. D. No. 
3; N. L. Chapman, Connelly Springs. 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Upper Fork — H. Chapman, Morgan- 
ton, R. F. D. No. 4; F. J. Poteet, 
Morganton, R. F. D. No. 4; J. R. 
Carswell, Morganton. R. 'F. D. No. 4; 
J. P. Bumgarner, Morganton, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Quaker Meadows — J. N. Benfleld, 
Morganton, R. F. D. No. 5; T. R. C. 



MHiinsey, Morganton, R. F. D. No. 5. 

Linville — S. B. Moore, Fonta Flora; 
W. T. Austin, Gibbs. 

Sniokey Creek— A. H. Tilley, Mor- 
ganton, R. F. D. No. 2; J. R. Ben- 
field, Morganton, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Lovelady — J. E. Coulter, Connelly 
Springs; C. S. Berry, Drexel; P. A. 
Bollinger, Valdese. 

Lower Creek — S. S. Hallyburton, 
Morganton, R. F. D. No. 2; W. A. 
Hood, Morganton, R. F. D. No. 2;.Tohn 
Roderich, Morganton, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Icard — J. W. Parrish, Hilderbrand ; 
W. A. Hilderbrand, Hilderbrand; G. 
L. Stines, Hilderbrand ; M. D. Earney, 
Hilderbrand. 

Upper Creek — Salem Franklin, Jonas 
Ridge; J. A. Fleming, Table Rock; 
J. A. Cox, Table Rock ; J. A. Simes, 
Joy. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Baptist — R. L. Patton, Morsranton ; 
E. A. Poe, Cord; P. J. Shell, Gibbs. 

Methodist— E. M. Modlin, Mor- 
ganton ; E. C. Pansey, Connelly 
Springs. 

Presbyterian — Dugald Monroe. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Giles, A. H., Fonta Flora. 

Noblett Bros.. Lenville Store. 

Staruey, J. M.. Table Rock. 

Berry Bros., Drexel. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED BULLS. 

Bridgewater Milling Co., Glen 
Alpine. 

SAW MILLS. 

Pitts & Giles, Glen Alpine. 

Pitts, J. D., Glen Alpine. 

Kincaid, S. A., Chesterfield. 

Hutton & Bourbonnais, Morganton. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Corpening, Miss Belle, Worry. 

Corpening, Miss Margaret, Worry. 

Arney, Miss Alice, - Worry. 

McGimsey, Miss Mary A., Fonta 
Flora. 

Hood, Miss Lucile, Chesterfield. 

Hood, Miss Virsrie, Chesterfield. 

Hood, W. A., Chesterfield. 

Hood, John .Chesterfield. 

Whisenant, W. E., Chesterfield. 

Lunsford, Miss Jennie, Rutherford 



BL'RKB COUNTY. 



Ill 



College. 

Lunsford, Miss Tilpah, Rutherford 
College. 

Lunsford, Miss Belle, Rutherford 
College. 

Hauss, Marvin, Rutherford College. 

Reep, W. B., Rutherford College. 

Cooper, J. B., Drexel. 

Hoffman, Miss Mabel, Drexel. 

Shathers, Miss Serepta. Canton. 

Pool, Miss Bessie, Bridgewater. 

Erwin, Miss Iva, Morganton. 

Patton, W. R., Morganton, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Patton, Miss Ethel, Morganton, R. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Tate, Miss Kate, Morganton. 

Puett, C. P., Morganton. 

Duckworth, Miss Nannie, Morgan- 
ton. 

Hurton, Julius Hally, Morganton. 

Laxton, Miss Buena, Morganton. 

Waters, Miss Olive, Morganton, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Kincaid, Miss Carrie, Morganton, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Laxton, Miss M. A., Morganton. 
f Smith, Miss Jennie, Morganton, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Waters. Miss Nova, Morganton, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 



% MORGANTON. 

V Population. 1009: 2,500. No white 
•oils, 249; No. colored polls, 32. 

Value real estate, $400,952 ; value 
personal property, $345,965. 

Tax Kate: $1.00 on the $100. 
> Bonded debt, $29,000; floating debt, 
$8,500. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — R. B. Boger. 

Chief of Police — J. E. Gordon. 
^ City Clerk — Hamilton Erwin. 

V Treasurer — W. E. Walton. 

Tax Collector — Hamilton Erwin. 

City Attorney — A. C. Avery, Jr. 
% City Supt. of Health — J. R. Ander- 
son. 

Postmaster — D. C. Pearson. 
R. B. Agent — J. E. Galloway, South- 
ern Railway Company. 

Express Agent — J. E. Galloway. 

Telegraph 3Ianager — H. F. Payne, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Telephone Manager — Mr. Mathews, 
Bell Telephone Company. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — James Long, Pastor. 

Episcopal — McNeeley DuBose, Rec- 
tor. 

Methodist— W. F. Womhle, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — W. F. Hollingsworth, 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Morganton Graded Schools — Prof. 
Cobb, Superintendent. 

Patton's High School— J. C. Patton, 
Principal. 



JIarbut School— Mrs. W. R. Marbut, 
Principal. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Hotel Morgan. 
Hallyburton, Mrs. J. C. 
McConnaughey House. 
Hemphill, Mrs. T. L. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
First National Bank — A. M. Kisler, 
President; A. M. Ingold, Cashier. 

The Bank of Morganton — John A. 
Dickson, President; W. E. Walton, 
Cashier. 

BAKERS. 
Dickson & Hern. 

BOOK STORES. 
Gaither, B. S. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Green & Kincaid. 
Formey & Co. 
McDowell, J., & Co. 
Smith, J. M. 
Beach, James A. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 
Blue Ridge Wagon Co. 
COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
Alpine Cotton Mills No. 1. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Newton, P. F. 
Ross, W. A. 
Bristol & Harbison. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Kibler, W. M. 
Pearson, J. H. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Lazarus Bros. 
Davis. B. F. 
Anderson. John. 
Morgan, T. C. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
Lazarus Bros. 

DENTISTS. 
Jeter, I. P. 
Dula, A. M. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
News-Herald— T. G. Cobb, Editor. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Leslie, W. A. 
Burke Drug Co. 

DOCTORS. 
Anderson, J. R. 
Riddle, J. B. 
Phifer, E. W. 
Warleck, E. S. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Davis. T. I., & Son. 
Presnell & Hogan. 
Hilderbrand & Connelly. 

POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Morganton Electric Light Co. 
FRUIT DEALERS. 

Ross. W. A. 
Newton, P. F. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Pearsqn, J. H. 
Beach, J. A., & Son. 



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11SH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

MeGalleard & Lowdermilk. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Claywell Bros. 
Kerksey, C. F. 

GROCERS. 
Morganton Grocery Co. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Morganton Hardware Co. 

HOSPITALS. 
Grace. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Wilson, J. W. 
Hilderbrand, M. P. 
Erwin, W. C. 
Harbison, W. A. 
Hossfield, P. W. 

JEWELERS. 
Patton, W. H. 
Wortman, W. A. 

LAUNDRIES. 
Morganton Steam Laundry. 

LAWYERS. 
Avery, I. T. 
Erwin, W. C. 
Avery, A. C, Sr. 
Avery, A. C, Jr. 
Erwin, S. J. 
Perkins, John T. 
Mull, J. M. 
Kiddle, R. V .T. 
Huffman, R. L. 

.MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Morganton Furniture Co. (Furni- 
ture). 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Morganton Hardware Co. 
Kerksey, C. F. 

PAINTERS. 
Lytle, Albert. 
Erwin, Jim. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Shuping, J. A. 
Pearson, John H. 
McConnoughey. R. L. 

PLUMBERS. 
Rhyne, T. E. 
Fleming, Thomas. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Webb, L. W. 
Gellan, Mrs. M. E. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Hoffman. Fred. 

McDowell, Manly. , 

Hossfield. F. W. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMEKS 
Claywell Bros. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Lee, Billie. 
Lvtle. Albert. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 
Morganton. 



GLEN ALPINE. 

Incorporated in 1SS1. 

Population. 1909, white, 304; colored 
22; total, 326. 

Value real estate, $50,000; value 
personal propertv, $15,000; tax 
rate, 10 cents per $100. 



Mayor — L. F. Brinkley. 

Postmaster — J. D. Pitts. 

Chief of Police— W. G. Pitts. 

R. R. Agent— T .A. Simpson, South- 
ern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — T. A. Simpson, 
Southern Railwav. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— E. M. Modlin, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — E. Monroe. Pastor. 

Lutheran — D. A. Goodman, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Glen Alpine High School— F. A. Ed- 
mundson, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 

Hemussee, Dr. E. A. 
DRUGGISTS. 

Hemussee, Dr. E. A. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Pitts, J. D. 

Hemussee, M .N. 

Simpson, L. A. 

Pitts & Giles. 

Sigmon, E. J. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Brinklev, L. F. 
MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Pitts. J. D.. (Lumber and Mfg.) 

Pitts and Giles (Lumber and Mfg.) 



RUTHERFORD COLLEGE. 

Incorporated in 1881. 

Population, 1909. 308. 

Value real estate, $13,424. 

Value personal property, $20,705; 
tax rate, 30 cents. 

Mayor— J. F. Coulter. 

Postmaster — Mrs. Emma Moss. 

Chief of Police — R. E. Cassels. 
R. R. Agent — B. B. Abernethy, South- 
ern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — Fanzo Aber- 
nethv, Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— J. F. Moser. T. H. Ed- 
wards, W. E. Poover, D. P. Goode, R. 
S. Abernethv, P. D. Moore. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Rutherford College — Prof. Irving 
B. McCoy, President ; Rutherford 
College Graded School. Miss Jennie 
Lunsford, Superintendent. 
DOCTORS. 

Goode. T. V. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Wilson, J. E., & Co. 
Estes. L. L. 
Lefener, A. L. 
Abernethy. R. S. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 

Johnson, J. P. 
Moore, C. C. 
Fleming, H. A. 
Campbell. W. F. 
Randle, Bufort; 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Morris, J. B. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Belwood Shoe Co. 



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CABARRUS COUNTY. 



COUNTY SEAT, CONCORD. 



Formed in 1792. Named in honor of Stephen Cabarrus. 

Area, 4SS square miles. 

Population, 22,450. census of 1900. White males, 8,172 ; white females, 
8,183 ; negro males, 2,910 ; negro females, 3,191 ; foreign born, 28. 

Value of real estate, $4.090,685 ; value of personal property, $1,786,972. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $5,732,673; by negroes, $145,184. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 47; for negroes, 21. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 22 2-3 cents on the $100; roads and bridges, 
.30 cents. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 350. Worked by convict labor and by taxa- 
tion. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 
North Carolina Railroad Company, 17.10 miles, assessed value. $803,408.78 

Yadkin Railroad, 1.15 miles, assessed value G,S83.10 

The Pullman Company, assessed value 2,889.94 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 1,702,28 

Concord Telephone Company, assessed value 3.500.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 17.230.53 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 3,826,00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 6.837.60 

Postal Telegraph Cable Company, assessed value 1,674.10 

Southern Power Company, assessed value 11,5o:umi 

Superior Court Terms: January 31st, two weeks; May 9th, two weeks; 
August 29th, one week; October 24th, two weeks. 



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COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — M. L. Widen- 
house, Concord. 

Sheriff 1 — J. F. Honeycutt, Concord. 

Register of Deeds — .T. F. Harris. 
Concord. 

Treasurer — W. A. Overcash. Con- 
cord. 

Coroner — Howard Caldwell. Cone ird. 

Surveyor — F. S. Kluttz, Concord. 

Co. Supt. of Health— ,T. W. Wallace. 
Concord. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— Charles E. 
Boger, Concord. 

Supt. of County Home — A. H. Sapp, 
Concord. R. F. D. No. 3. 

Co. Board of Education — .Tames P. 
Cook, (chrm.). Concord; W. F. Smith. 
Davidson. R. ' F. D. No. 24; G. F. Mc- 
Allister, Mt, Pleasant. 

County Commissioners — G. Ed. Kes- 
tler, (chrm.), Concord; Frank (loud- 
man, Glass, R. F. D. No. 1; W. A. 
Kindlev, Mt. Pleasant; G. S. Kluttz, 
Rockwell. R. F. D. No. 1; J. P. Mor- 
rison. Harrisburg, R. F. D. No. 2. 

County Board of Elections — G. M. 
Lore, (chrm.), Concord; G. EL Etut- 
ledge. Concord : C. A. Cook. Concord. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

No. 1. Township — W. H. Oglesby, 
Harrisburg; J. W. Stallings, Harris- 
burg. 

No. 2 — W. J. McLaughlin', Concord. 
R. F. D. No. 6; C. D. Blackwelder, 
Concord, R. F. D. No. 6. 

No. 3 — C. H. Hamilton. Davidson, 
R. F. D. No. 24. 

No. 4 — T. L. Ross, Kannapolis; J. 



W. Wineeoff, Glass; J. A. Winecoff, 
class. 

No. 5 — E. K. Misenheimer, Concord, 
R. F. D. No. 3: M. J. Shinn, Concord, 
11. F. D. No. 3. 

No. 6 — A. Crowell, Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 4; G. E. Ritchie. Concord, R. 
F. D. No. 4; M. W. Allmau, Concord, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

No. 7— G. W. Dry, Gold Hill, P. I'. 
D. No. 2; G. H. Moose, Gold Hill, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

No. 8 — Jonas Cook, Mt. Pleasant; L. 
A. Lipe, Mt. Pleasant: T. A. Moser, 
Concord, R. F. D. No. 5. 

No. 9 — P. F. Widenhouse, George- 
ville. 

No. 10— D. W. Turner, Smith's 
Ford; D. W. Garmon, Concord, R. 
F. D. No. 7; W. H. R>st. Harrisburg, 
R. F. D. No. 4; U. G. Pone. Harris- 
burg, R. F. D. No. 4; H. C. Cook. 
Harrisburg, R. F. P No. 4. 

No. 11— C. F. Smith, Bost's Mills 
Way Mail; R .T. Sides, Concord, K. 
F. D. No. 0. 

No. 12— J. N. Brown, Concord ; W. J. 
Hill. Concord; G. M. Lore, Concord; 
C, A. Pitts, Concord; D. M. Purr, 
Concord; J. A. Simmons, Concord; .1. 
M. Howard, Concord; J. P. Howard. 
Concord; C. J. Williams. Concord. 
MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Methodist— S. S. Higgins, Harris- 
burg, R. F. D. No. 4; *V. P. McCluv, 
Concord; W. B. Shinn, Kannapolis; 
W. C. Jones, Concord. 

Presbyterian — L. H. Query, Concord, 
R. F. D. No. 2; J. E. Summers, Con J 



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i ord, R. P .1). No. 2. 

Baptist— J. W. Snider, Concord; W. 
T. Talbirt, Concord. 

Lutheran — Lester D. Miller, Mt. 
Pleasant. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Rocky Kiver High School — Horner 
Winecoff, Principal, Concord, R. P. 
D. No. 6. 

Sunderland Hall for Girls— Miss 
Melissa Montgomery, Principal, Cou- 
cord, R. P. D. No. 6. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Grier, S. A., Harrisburg. 

Black, J. C, Harrisburg, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Yow, I. A., Georgeville. 

Conger, George J., Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Flow, J. W., Kannapolis. 

Wakefield, H. A., Kannapolis. 

Pharr, T. P., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Shinn & Widenhouse, Georgeville. 

Barrier & Son. Georgeville. 

Little, D. J., Bosts Mills. 

Hartsell, P. J., Harrisburg, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Carriker, J. W., Harrisburg, R. 
P. D. No. 4. 

Barbee, Geo., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 7. 

Biggers, R. W., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 7. 

Bost, Mrs. Jennie, Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 7. 

Burlevson, Mrs. Jeanett, Concord, R. 
F- D. No. 7. 

Alexander, J. F., Harrisburg. 

Morrison. D. L., Harrisburg. 

Harry. W. D., Harrisburg, R. F. 
P. No. 3. 

Cook, J. W., Concord, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Triece, .T. P., Glass. 

Smith Bros., Davidson, R. F. D. 
No. 24. 

Emerson, M. A., Concord. R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Brown. J. B., Glass. 

Andrews. S. R., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Herrin. M .B., Mt. Tleasant, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Lentz. A. C, & Co.. Gold Hill, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Watts Bros., Concord, R. F. P. 
No. 4. 

Seaford, John, Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

White-Morrison-Flowe Co., Kanna- 
polis. 

Furr. M. M., Kannapolis. 

Smith, F. L.. Drug Co.. Kannapolis. 

Missouri City Mercantile Co., Con- 
cord. 

Yates, A. W., Concord. 

Stallings, P. F., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

COTTON GINS. 

Bost, E. T., Bosts Mills. 



Pharr, T. F., Concord, R. F. D. N. 6. 

Shillings, P. P., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Garmon, John, Concord, R. F. U. 
No. 0. 

Flowe & McAnnulty, Concord, 11. F. 
D. No. 7. 

R. A. Brown's Sons, Concord. 

Shinn & Widenhouse, Georgeville. 

Cannon, W. F., Concord. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Harrisburg Improvement Co., Har- 
risburg. 

Smith Bros., Davidson, R. F. D. 
No. 24. 

Teeter, M. F., Concord, It. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Russell, R. A., Concord. 

Dees, R. A., Concord. 

MeEaehern, J. C, Harrisburg, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Faggart, E. F.. Concord. R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Barnhardt, J. L.. Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Hagler, George Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Men simor & Litaker, Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Green, J. B., Harrisburg, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Foil Bros., Mt. Pleasant. 

Triece, J. P., Glass. 

Harry, W. D., Harrisburg. 

Wallace. J. R., Huntersville. 

W. R. Kindley Mfg. Co., Mt. Pleas- 
ant. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Concord. 
FLOIR, CORN AND FEED MILES. 

Bost. E. T., Bosts Mills. 

Pharr, T. F., Concord, R. F. D. No. (1. 

Garmon, John, Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Morris, W. W., Concord. 

Cox Bros.. Concord. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Furr. M. M.. Concord, R. F. D. No. 7. 

Green & Garmon, Harrisburg, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Shinn & Widenhouse. Georgeville. 

Kindley, W. R., Mt. Pleasant. 

Foil Bros., Mt. Pleasant, R. F. D. 
No. 3 . 

Concord Milling Co., Concord. 

Cabarrus Roller Mill. Concord. 

Blackwelder. G. A., Concord. 
SAW MILLS. 

Safrit, R. W., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Bost, W. B. J., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

lleinze, John, Mt. Pleasant. 

Faggart, E. F.. Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Allison & Lentz, Concord. 

Hartsell, R. L., Smiths Ford. 

Chanev, W. M., Harrisburg, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

McEachern, J. C, Harrisburg, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Bost. E. T., Bosts Mills. 

Kluttz, Martin, Rockwell, R. F. D. 
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Dees, R. A., Concord. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL. TEACHERS. 

White, Miss Nannie, Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 7. 

Winecoff, Homer, Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

King, Mrs. D. N., Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 6. 

White, Miss Sallie Belle, Concord, 
R. F. D. No. 6. 

Barnhardt, Miss Maggie, Hams- 
burg, R. F. D. 

Williams, J. D. W., Harrisburg, R. 
F. D. 

Grier, Thomas, Harrisburg, R. F. D. 

Gaither, Miss Mary, Harrisburg, R. 
F. D. 

Townsend, Miss Iva B., Harrisburg, 
R. F. D. 

Blackwelder, Miss Ida, Harrisburg, 
R. F. D. 

Andrew, Charles, Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Weddington, Miss Hattie, Concord, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Query, Miss Kate, Concord, R. i\ 
D. No. 1. 

Kerr, R. T., Mooresville, it. F. 1>. 
No. 1. 

Johnson, Miss Cora, Concord, It. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Bmmerson, Miss Carrie, Concord, K. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Isenhonr, Miss Cora, Concord, It. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Morris, W .C, Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Caldwell. Clell, Kannapolis. 

Cook, Miss Ollie, Kaunapoiis 

Efird, Miss Maggie, KannapoUs. 

Moser, Miss Maggie, Kannapolis. 

Rumple, Miss Ella May, Glass, Tt. 
F. D. 

Sloop, Miss Berta, Concord. R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Ritchie, Grover, Concord. 

Johnson, Miss Ola, Concord, It. F 
D. No. 2. 

Shinn, M. J., Concord, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Caldwell, Miss Lois, Concord. R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Bonds, Miss Mamie, Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Lefler, Miss Rosa, Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Penninger, A. H., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Hudson, Miss Minnie, Concord, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Jeffcoat. Miss Cora Pearl, Concord, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Slither, John A., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Lippard, A. J., Concord, R. F. P. 
No. 4. 

Krimminger, Miss Loretta, Concord, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Cruse, W. C, Gold Hill. 

Plvler, C. G., Gold Hill. 
Barnhardt. Mrs. C. II., Mt. Pleas- 
ant. R. F. D. 

Ridenhour, H. C, Concord, R. F. D. 



No. 4. 

Ridenhour, Miss Alma. Concord, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Barringer, J. L. D., Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Moser, Walter, Concord, R. F. D. 
No 5. 

Shuping, Jesse, Mt. Pleasant. 

Welsh, Miss Blma, Mt. Pleasant. 

Isenhour, Miss Ada, Mt. Pleasant. 

Hartsell. R. L., Bosts Mill. 

Krimminger, Miss Amanda, Bosts 
Mill. 

Bost, Joe, Concord, R. F. D. No. 5. 

Hudson, Miss Agnes, Mt. Pleasant, 
R. F. D. 

Price, J. S., Harrisburg, R. F. D. 

Bost, Miss Fannie, Harrisburg, R. 
F. D. 

Taylor, Miss Ola, Harrisburg, R. 
F. D. 

Williamson, W. L., Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 7. 

Newell. Miss Margaret, Concord, R. 
F. D. No. 7. 

Hartsell, Miss Lou, Concord, R. F. 
I) No. 7. 

Baker, H. T., Harrisburg, R. F. D. 

.Jenkins, J. M., Locust, R. F. D. 

Bostian, Miss Elizabeth, Concord, R. 
F. U. No. 5. 

Morrison, Miss Lula, Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Baker, M. J., Concord, R. F. D. 
Xo. 5. 

Rankin, Charles W., Concord, R. 
F. D. No. 6. 

Grier, Miss Mavme, Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 6. 

Cline, Miss Ollie, Concord. 



CONCORD. 

Population, 1909: 12,250. 

No. white polls, 1,195; No. colored 
polls, 207. 

Value real estate, $2,997,037; value 
personal property, $550,020. 

Tax Rate: $1.35 on the $100 and 
$2.35 on poll. 

Bonded debt. $274,500. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — C. B. Wagoner. 

Chief of Police — J. L. Boirer. 

City Clerk — James C. Fink 

Treasurer — James C. Fink. 

Tax Collector— W. J. Montgomery, 
Jr. 

City Attorney— L. T. Hartsell. 

Postiiiastei — M. L. Buchanan. 

R. R. Agent — E. Runion. 

Express Agent— W. B. Ward. 

Telerraph Managers — Miss Virginia 
Fouchee, Western Union : Miss King, 
Postal Telegraph Co. 

Telephone Managers — L. D. Cole- 
trane, Concord Telephone Co. ; Miss 
Rose White, Southern Bell Tel. Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— i (First). S. N. Watson. Pas- 
tor; (Second), D. F. Helms, Pastor. 

Episcopal— (All Saints).T. C. Davis. 
Rector. 



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Lutheran — (St. .lames), J. E. Scheuk, 
Pastor; (St. Andrews i. Charles Pless, 
Pastor. 

Methodist — (Contrail. P. T. Durham. 
Pastor; (Forest Hill), \V. L. Hutch- 
ins. Pastor; (lOpworth), J. A. J. Far- 
rington, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — (First), J. Mi Grier, 
Pastor; ( M<-Kinnon i. No Pastor; 
(Cannonville), W. C. Ervin, Pastor; 
(Bayless Memorial), No Pastor. 

Associated Refqjm Presbyterian- — J. 
Walter Simpson, Pastor. 

German Reform — W. H. Causey, 
Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — O. A. Lind- 
say. Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Concord High School— W. W. Mor- 
ris. Principal. 

Concord Graded School — J. U. Lenlz. 
Superintendent. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

St. Cloud-Normandy, V. L. Nor- 
man, Prop. 

New South Cafe, R. J. Phillips, 
Prop. 

P.usy Bee Cafe. D. N. Catrakilis, 
Proprietor. 

Isenhour Bros. 

Allen House, J. M. Allen. Prop. 

Fisher House. Geo. E. Fisher, Prop. 
ARCHITECTS. 

Propst, A. H. 

Caldwell, D. A. 

Walthall. R. L. 
BANKS AND 

Concord National 
trane, President ; 
Cashier. 

Cabarrus Savings Bank — H. I. 
Woodhouse, President; C. W. Swink. 
Cashier. 

Citizens Bank * Trust Co. — A. Jones 
Vorke. President; C. B. Wagoner. 
Cashier. 

BAKERS. 

The Concord Steam Bakery. 
BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

R. A. Brown's Sons. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Ivey Shoe Store. 

Cannon & Fetzer Co. 

White-Morrison-Flowe Co. 

Brown -Cannon Co. 

Parks, H. L., & Co. 

Dayvault Co., The. 

Wilkinson -Widen house Co. 

Barrier-Widenhouse & Co. 

Cline Bros. 

Efird's. 

Smith. T. J. 

Waddell, I. H., & Sons. 

Furr, D. M. 

Kimmons. J. A. 

Furr & Bost. 

Widenhouse & Sons. 

Drv, C. A. 

Furr, J. M. 

Walter, M. C, Co. 



BANKERS. 

Bank— D. B. Col- 
L. D. Coltrane, 



BOOK STORES. 

White-Morrison-Flowe Co. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Dayvault, J. F., & Co. 

Sappeufield, C. M. 

Morrison, W. F. 

Beck, Fred. 
Bl ILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

The Cabarrus County Building, 
Loan & Savings Association. 

The Concord Perpetual Building & 
Loan Association. 

Citizens Building & Loan Assxia- 

1 iol). 

CARRIAGE DEALERS & MT'R'S. 
Dees, R. F. (Manufacturer.) 
Yorke Si Wadsworth Co. 
Ritchie Hardware Co. 
ii.irvault Co., The. 

CLUBS. 
Elk's Home. 
Piedmont Club. (Incorporated.! 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Watson. A. B. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Cannon Mfg. Co. 

Cabarrus Cotton Mills. 

Cibson Mfg. Co. 

Locke Cotton Mills. 

Ypung-Hartsell Mills Co. 

Brown Mfg. Co. 

Hanover Mfg. Co. 

Franklin Cotton Mills. 

Kerr Bleachery & Finishing Works. 

Magnolia Mills Co. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Concord Candv Kitchen. 

Scarboro, W. H. 

Norman, J. 

Ritz, H. G. 

Dove & Bost Co. 

Carroll & Caldwell. 

Lippard & Barrier. 

Correll, ,T. C. 

cibson Drug Store. 

Peoples Drug Co. 

Fetzers Drug Store. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Propst. A. H. 

Caldwell, D. A. 

Walthall, R. L. 

R. A. Brown's Sons. 

Dry, C. B.- 
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Craven. K. L., & Sous. 

Foil, W. A. 

Pounds, A. B. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 

United Citizens Club— L. W. gran- 
der, President; J. C. 'Fink, Secretary 
and Treasurer. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 

FURNISHERS. 

Cannon & Fetzer Co. 
Brown-Cannon Co. 
White-Morrison-Flowe Co. 
Parks, H. L. <fc Co. 
Dayvault Co.. The 
Wilkinson-Widenhouse & Co. 
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COTTON GINS. 

Yorke & Wadsworth Co. 

Ritchie Hardware Co. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 

Parks, H. L., & Co. 

Efird's. 

DENTISTS. 

Herring, H. C. 

Houston, W. C. 

Ezzell, W. L. 
TOBACCO DEALERS (Wholesale.) 

Hartsell, A. P., Co. 

Patterson, G, W; 

Moses, Max. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Gibson Drug Store. (Inc.) 

Fetzers Drug- Store, (Inc.) 

Cabarrus Drug Co. 

Peoples Drug Co. 

Marsh, M. L. 

Reeds Drug Store. 

Eureka Drug Co. 

DOCTORS. 

Young, R. S. 

Rogers, F. O. 

Smoot & Pemberton. 

Archey, L. M. 

Caldwell. D. G. 

King, R. M. 

Laffertv. J. S. 

Wallace, J. W. 

Reed, J. F. 

Watkins & Ervin. (col.) 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

White-Morrison -Fl owe Co. 

Parks, H. L. & Co. 

Blacls & Shepard. 

Etird's. 

Widenhonse <S: Sons. 

Dry, C. A. 

Furr & Bost. 

Walter, M. C, Co. 

Bostian, D. J., Co. 

Dayvault Co., The. 

Wilkin son -Widen house Co. 

Barrier, Widenhonse & Co. 

Kimmons, J. A. 

Waddell. I. H., & Sons. 

Smith, T. J. 

Furr. D. M. 
POWER AND EIGHT COMPANIES. 

Board of Light Sf Water Commis- 
sioners, Southern Power Co. 
FRUIT DEALERS. 

Concord Candy Kitchen. 

Ritz, H. G. 

Dove & Bost Co. 

Lippard & Barrier. 

Correll, J. C. 

Carroll & Caldwell. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

White- Morrison -Flo we Co. 

Cline & Moose. 

Dayvault Co.. The. 

Yorke & Wadsworth Co. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Sajipenfield, C. M. 

Isenhouer Bros. 

New South Cafe. 

FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Concord Foundry & Machine Works. 



FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Bell-Harris Furniture Go. 
Craven Bros. Furniture & Under- 
taking Co. 
Concord Furniture Co. 
Wilkinson, II. B., & Co. 

GROCERS. 
Hartsell. A. F.. & <\>. (Wholesale.) 
Patterson, G. W. < Wholesale. I 
Moses, Max. (Wholesale.) 
White-Morrison- Flowe Co. 
Lippard & Barrier. 
Hahn-Honeycutt »Co. 
Glass, W. J. 
Parks. H. L., & Co. 
Carroll & Caldwell. 
Correll, J. C. 
Gaddy, R. L. 
Miller. J. L. 
Dove & Bost Co. 
Blume Bros. 
Waddell. I. H., & Son. 
Smith. T. J. 

Wilkinson-Widenhouse Co. 
Walker. D. M. 
Williams. C. J. 
Furr & Bost. 
Barrier- Widenhouse & Co. 
Kimmons, J. A. 
Seaborn, D. L. 
Blackwelder, Arthur. 
Caudle & Suther. 
Walter, M. C, Co. 
Widenhonse & Sons. 
FIVE AND TEN-CENT STORES. 
McDavid, J. Lee. 
Brachen, Miss Olenn. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Yorke & Wadsworth Co. 
Ritchie Hardware Co. 
White, C. R. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
King, J. B. (Life.) 
Moon. J. V. (Life.) 
White. T. ,T. (Life.) 
Patterson, John K. (Life.) 
Smith, T. W. (Life.) 
Citizens Bank & Trust Co. (Life.) 
Southern Loan & Trust Co. (Life.) 
Southern Loan & Trust Co. (Fire.) 
Citizens Bank & Trust Co. (Fire.) 
Patterson. John K.. & Co. (Fire.) 
Hendrix, J. M. (Fire.) 
Miller, John L. (Fire.) 

JEWELERS. 
Correll, W. <\. Jewelry Co. 
Willeford, J. C. 
Collett, J. W. 

LAUNDRIES. 

Concord Steam Laundry. R. E. 
Ridenhour. Proprietor. 

LAWYERS. 

Hartsell, L. T. 

Montgomery & Crowcll. • 

Means, W. G. 

Smith, W. M. 

Stiekley. M. B. 

Means, P. B. 

Purvear, H. S. 

Williams, H. S. 






Adams, Armtield. Jerome & Manors I 



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col- 



Ritz, 

Same 
Hall, 



LI MBER M'E'R'S. AND DEALERS. Jlurnl, Frank. 
Yorke Furniture Co. 

Sills Lumber. 
Niblock & Davis. 
Dry, C. B. 

MABBLE WORKS. 

Freeze & I tley. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 

Yorke & Wadsworth Co. 
Ritchie Hardware Co. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Ritchie Hardware Co. 
Yorke & Wadsworth Co. 

PAINTERS. 
Correll, E. P. 
Brown, J. LaFayette. 
Whitlock, Marvin. (Sign.) 
Mund, Frank. 
Whitlock, William. 
Blair, C. B. (col.) 
H. G. (Sign.) 
PRODUCE DEALERS. 
as Grocers. 

PLUMBERS. 
E. M. 
PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Bell & Harris Furniture Co. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Stone & Shaw. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Concord Times, J. B. Sherrill, Prop. 
Tribune Publishing Co., J. F. Hur- 
ley, Prop. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Job Press, H. P. Deaton .Prop. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Southern Loan & Trust Co. 
Patterson, John K., & Co. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Chapman, Truman. 
Sills Lumber Co. 
Niblock & Davis. 
Caldwell, D. A. 

TAILORS. 
Concord Pressing Club. 
Citv Pressing Club. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMEBS. 

Bell & Harris Furniture Co. 
Craven Bros. Furniture & Under- 
taking Co. 

W T iikinson, H. B., & Co. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Griffin, B. L. 
Bunn, J. F. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Correll, E. F. 



H. C. 
-J. M. 



Mount 

Presi- 



MT. PLlEASANT. 

Incorporated in 1856. 

Population. 1009: White, 800; 
ored, 150; total, 950. 

Value real estate, $60,000 ; value per- 
s inal property, $140,000. 

Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. B. McAllister. 

Postmaster — A. W. Moore. 

Chief of Police — J. L. Lel'ler. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Lutheran — J. P. Miller, Pastor. 

German Reform — E. G. Williams, 
Pastor. 

Methodist — N. R. Richardson, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Mt. Pleasant Collegiate Institute — G. 
F. McAllister, Principal. 

3Iount Amvena Seminary — J. 
Fisher, Principal. 

Mt. Pleasant Graded School- 
Shuping, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS 

Cabarrus Savings Bank of 
Pleasant — H I.. Woodhouse, 
dent; L. J. Foil, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Moore, G. D. 

Foil, M. A. 

Matthews, J. M. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Moore, A. W. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Cook & Foil Co. 

Heilig, C. G. 

Kindley Mill Store. 

Barrier. D. D. 

Hartsell, W. S. 

Green, Joe. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 

Welsh House. 

Lentz Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Fisher-Foil Co. 

Louder, J. F. 

Mt. Pleasant Auto Transfer Co. 
MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Tuscarora Cotton Mill. 

W. R. Kindley Cotton Mills. 

Mt. Pleasant Lumber Co. 

Herring, J. O., Machine Shops. 

Foil Bros. Roller Mills. 

Kindley Roller Mill. 



CALDWELL COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT. LENOIR. 



Formed in 1841. Named in honor of Dr. Joseph Caldwell, first Presi- 
dent University North Carolina. 

Area. 450 square miles. 

Population, 15,694. White males, 6.S22; white females, 6,929; negro males, 
968; negro females, 963; foreign born, 9. 

Value of real estate, $1,910,609; value of personal property. $1,390,249. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $3,253,230; by negroes, $47,628. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 82; for negroes, 12. 



CALDWELL COUNTY. 119 

Tax rate: County purposes, 23 2-3 on the $100; special, 8 l-3c. ; county 
bonded debt, $19,000. 

Public Roads: Worked under Old State Law. 
RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Caldwell & Northern Railway Co., 25.5 miles, assessed value * 96,090.00 

Carolina & N. W. Railway Co.. 14.84 miles, assessed value 137,251.50 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 1.379.67 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 1,013.54 

Lenoir Electric Company, assessed value 3,500.00 

Citizens' Light & Power Company, assessed value 3.900.00 

Superior Court Terms: February 28; August 30, two weeks' terms, 
criminal cases only; November 29, two weeks, civil cases only. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— J. W. Curtis, 
Lenoir. 

Sheriff' — John M. Smith, Lenoir. 

Register of Deeds — James L. Miller, 
Lenoir. 
Treasurer — Julius J. Austin, Lenoir. 

Coroner — J. J. Roberts, Lenoir, R. 
F. D. 2. 

Surveyor — James H. Isbell, King's 
Creek, R. F. D. 1. 

Co. Supt. of Health— Dr. C. L. Wil- 
son, Lenoir. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — T. D. Moore, 
Lenoir. 

Supt. of County Home — Wm. Teters, 
Lenoir, R. F. D. 1. 

County Board of Education — P. G. 
Moore, Chairman, Granite Fails; M. 
L. Greer and M. G. Shearer, Lenoir. 

County Commissioners — J. M. Ai- 
red, Chairman, Granite Falls; Joe L. 
Beach, Lenoir, R. F. D. 1, and J. T. 
Hayes, Happy. 

County Board of Elections — Mark 
Squires, Chairman. Lenoir: J. B. 
Isbell. Lenoir; L. E. Cobb, Lenoir. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Globe Township — G. R. McLean, 
Globe; J. B. Moore, Globe; Walter 
Curtis. Globe; W. T. Mayes, Col- 
lettsvilie. 

John's River — D. G.Barber. Colletts- 
ivlle; C. S. Setser, Collettsville; D. 
W. Lloyd, Adako. 

Hudson — T. H. Bentlev. Hudson ; 
J. P. Bush. Hudson ; J. S. Hart, Hud- 
son : W. H. H. Hartley, Hudson. 

King's Creek — J. M. Livingston, 
King's Creek; W. A. Smith. King's 
Creek; H. M. Beach. King's Creek. R. 

F. D. 1; Finley Laxton, King's Creek. 
Lenoir — Bristol Hood, Lenoir. R. F. 

D. No. 5: R. W. Taylor, Lenoir. R. F. 
D. No. 5; W. L. Swanson, Whitnell ; 
J. A. Bush. Lenoir; F. B. Mitchell, 
Lenoir, R. F. D. No. 5: E. C. Hanck, 
Lenoir, R. F. D. No. 4; G. B. Walsh. 
Lenoir. 

Little River— W. T. Roberts, Draco; 
J. II. Jones, Granite Falls, R. F. D. 
1; H. M. Crouch, Lenoir ,R. F. D. 2 ; 
Jno. M. Downs, Lenoir, R. F. D. 2. 

Eovelady — I. B. Williams, Granite 
Falls; I. A. Starnes, Granite Falls; 

G. W. Hayes, Granite Falls- G. W. 
Sherrill, Granite Falls, R. F. D. 1; 



Walter S. Taylor, Rhodhiss. 

Lower Creek — P. A. Suddreth, Le- 
noir; G. F. Thompson, Lenoir, R. F. 
D. 1; C. A. Tuttle, Lenoir. 

North Catawba — A. A. Kaylor ; 
Granite Falls, R. F. D. 2; J. G. Brad- 
ley, Granite Falls, R. F. D. 2; L. P. 
Smith, Granite Falls. R. F. D. 2; A. G. 
Corpening, Lenoir. R. F. D. 3; R. J. 
Bush, Lenoir, R. F. D. 3. 

Patterson — J. A. Stovie. Finley: T!. 

A. Woods, Patterson. 

Wilson Creek— W. P. Tuttle, Sagi- 
naw: Colfax Clarke, Naomi; G. P. 
Smalling, Mortimer. 

Yadkin Valley — Francis Hawkins, 
Yadkin Valley; T. S. Robbins, Buf- 
falo Cove. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Second Adventist — G. D. Sherrill, 
Lenoir. R. F. D. No. 1; R. L. Isbell, 
Patterson. 

Baptist— E. D. Crisp, Lenoir; I. W. 
Thomas. W. N. Cook, Saw Mills, J. 

B. Phillips, Happy; J. H. Nelson, 
Patterson: L. C. Kinsr. Gamewell : .T. 
R. J. Amos. Saw Mills: D. L. Miller, 
Saw Mills: J. T. Shell, Petra. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Globe Academy (now used as Pub- 
lic School building). 

King's Creek Academy (now used 
as Public School building). 
DOCTORS. 

Curtis, G. H., King's Creek. 
Flowers, Gamewell. Gunpowder. 
White, W. M., Collettsville. 
Coffey, L. H., Lenoir. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Smith, W. M., Granite Falls. 
Smith, J. M., Granite Falls, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Smith, G. W., Lenoir, R. F. D. 3. 
Moore & Cook, Edgemont. 
Cragg & Moore, Globe. 
Mortimer Store Co., Mortimer. 
Harper Mfg. Co.. Patterson. 
Hagaman, J. R., Patterson. 
Curtis, E. L., Fatterson. 
Hickman, E. T., Hudson. 
Thorneburg, P. M., Hudson. 
Lingle, J. A., Hudson. 
Livingston, S. G., Draco. 
McCall, S. A., Hobart. 
McCall, \Y. A., Finley. 



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Sherrill G. W., Gunpowder. 

McShane & Bryant, Yadkin Valley. 

Smith. II. S.. & Co.. Petra. 

Thompson, M. K., GamewelL 

I'dnlioiir, G. M.. King's Creek. 
FLO I It, CORN AND I KED MILLS. 

Moore Bros., Granite Falls, R. F. 
1). 2. 

Jones. Edmund, Jr., Lenoir, R. F. 
D. ::. 

Tuttle, D. B., Gamewell. 

Deal, M., Lenoir, R. F. D. 2. 

I'lBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Kinca'id', Miss Maggie, Lenoir. 

Bench. W: T., Lenoir. R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Smith. L. P., Lenoir, R. F. D. No. 5. 

Lefeyre, Mrs. C. I., Lenoir. R. F. 
D. Xo. 5. 

<'r;sp. YV. C, Lenoir; R. F. D. No. 4. 

Sherrill. J. C. Lenoir, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Deal. Miss Kate, Lenoir. R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

And-erson, Miss Dora. Lenoir. 

McCall, S. M.. Lenoir. 

Greer, Miss Cora. King's Creek, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Thompson, Felix, Lenoir. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Barlow. Mrs. Hnttie. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Weatherly, R. A., Lenoir, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Chester., Miss Mar v. Lenoir. R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Foster. A. J., King's Creek, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Hoover, Miss Bessie. Lenoir, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Ishell, J. H.. King's Creek. R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Lnxton, F. G., King's Creek, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Downs. Miss Jennie, King's Creek. 

Beach, H .M., Lenoir. It. F. D. No. 1. 

White. Miss Emma. King's Creek. 
R. F. D: No. 1. 

Wilson, Miss Esper; Granite Falls, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Winkler, YV. L.. Lenoir, R: F. D. 
No. 2. 

Winkler. Mrs. YV. L.. Lenoir, R. F. 
D. Xo. 2. 

I» wis. John L.. Downsvi!le. 

Cobb 1 , T. s., Granite Falls. 

Austin. R. S.. Downsville. 

Yount, .1. F.. Cranite Falls. 

Anderson, .Miss Rose. Granite Falls, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

MeCraekeH. Miss IV-lle. Granite 
Falls. 

Teagne, T. G.. Granite Falls. 

Greer. Miss Clara. King's Creek, 11. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Bush, Miss Sally, Lenoir. R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Sherrill, Jesse. Lenoir. R. F. D. 



No. 1. 

Winkler, J. P., Lenoir, R. F. D. 
Xo. 2. 

Estes, Miss Anna. Collettsville. 

Francnm. \Y. M., Collettsville. 

Hood, W. A., Adako. 

Curtis. Miss Annie, Tindall. 

Greene, Miss Maggie, Happy. 

Miller. R. L.. Patterson. 

Hawkins. Francis, Yadkifl Valley. 

Steele, Miss Bertha, Patterson. 

Steele, Miss Nora, Y'adkin Valley. 

Maxwell, Miss Jennie, W-dkin Yal- 
ley. 

Isbell, R. L., Patterson. 

Deal, Miss Ella, Patterson. 

Craig, Miss Nettie, Patterson. 

Bolick, H. Li; Moore. 

Estes. Miss Anna. Rnfus. 

Perkins. Miss M. E.. Mutenz. 

Franeum. W. M.. Collettsville. 

Kirby, Miss Ella, Patterson. 

Story. Miss Lena. Globe. 

Kerrley, Hade, Globe. 

Payne, Edward. Blowing Rock. 

Estes, Miss Bertha, Upton. 

Gragg, Miss Ella, Globe. 

Coffey. Miss Vera. Crag'-.'. 

Watts, Miss Georgia. Kelsey. 

Coodman. (i. B., Saginaw. 

Torrence, Miss Maude. Lenoir. 

Dysart. Miss Minnie, Lenoir. 

M< ss. Miss Mattie, Edgemont. 

Bush, Miss Sallie, Edgeinont. 
LENOIR. 

Population. 1909. about 4.000. No. 
white polls, 300; Xo. colored polls, 60. 

Value real estate. S400.000 ; value 
personal propertv. $600,000; tax rate, 
6G 2-3 cents. 

Bonded debt, $100,000; floating 
debt. $5,000. 

TOWN 

Mayor— T. M. 

Chief of Folic 

City Clerk— J. 

Treasurer — O 

Tax Collector — J. C. Guire. 

Standard-Keeper — D. S. Perry. 

City Attorneys — Jones & Whisnant. 

City Supt of Health— Dr. Ivey. 

Postmaster — W. E. Miller. 

R. R. Agents— W. H. Phillips. C. & 
N. W. Railway and C. & N. Railroad. 

Express Agent — H. C. Martin. 

Telegraph Managers — Miss Elean 
Holly. Western, Union Tel. Go'. 

Telephone Managers — Zeb. Miller, 
Lenoir Electric Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — Rev. Cbas. A. G. Thomas, 
Pastor. 

Epieopal — Rev. Mr. Lawrence, Rec- 
tor. 

Methodist— Rev. C. M. 
tor. 

Presbyterian — Rev. 



OFFICERS. 

Newland. 

i — Granville Hamby. 
C. Guire. 
P. Lutz. 



Pickens. Pas- 
D. P. Me- 



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Geachey, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Davenport College — Dr. C. C. 
Weaver. President. 

Lenoir Graded School — Prof. Jno. L. 
Harris. Superintendent. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Archer Hotel. F. V. Archer, Pro- 
prietor. 

Watauga Hotel, Mrs. J. C. Seeborn, 
Proprietor. 
Martin's. A. C. Farthing. Proprietor. 
Walls House, L. M. Walls, Pro- 
prietor. 

ARCHITECTS. 
Poe. E. A. 
M.Dade, P. J. 
Triplette Bros. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Lenoir. G. W. Harper, 
President; J. H. Beall, Cashier. 

First National Rank. T. J. Lutz, 
President; O. P. Lutz. Cashier. 
BAKERS. 
Jennings. S. S. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Powell. .1. M., & Sons. 

BOOK STORES. 
Lenoir Book Store, Carter Councill, 
Manager. 

Bl TCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Kincaid, Thos. P., & Co. 
Huffman, Luther. 
Bush & McCan. 
Holder, George. 
Angley, Bob. 

CARRIAGE DEALERS. 
Barnhardt-Seagle Hardware & Fur- 
niture Co. 
Henkel Horse & Mule Co. 
Lenoir Hardware & Furniture Co. 

COTTON MILLS. 
Lenoir Cotton Mills, M. M. Court- 
ney, President ; J. L. Nelson, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer. 

CONFECTIONARY DEALERS. 
Jennings, S. S. 
Harrison & Co. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Triplett Bros. 
Blair, Smyre. 
McDade, P. J. 
Lenoir Construction Co. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Kent-Coffey Furniture Co. 
Miller & Clarke. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Tuttle-Hoffman Co; 
Courtney, M. M. 
Newland, H. T. 
Self, J. W. 
Pulliam, E. D. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 

Courtney, M .M. 
Newland, H. T. 



DENTISTS. 

Reid. L. G. 
Moose. E .W. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Lenoir News, H. C. Martin, Editor. 
Lenoir Topic, W. M. Moore. Editor. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Shell, J. E. 
Lenoir Drug Co. 
Kent, A. A. 

DOCTORS. 
Kent, A. A. 
Ivcy. W. P. 
Wilson, C. L. 
Goodman, Dr. 
Moore, J. Claud. 
McNairy, C. Banks. 
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Racket Store. 
Newland, H. T. 
Courtney, M. M. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 
Citizens Light & Power Co. 

FERTILIZER DEALERS. 
Cloyd, W. H. 
Moore, George E. 
Lenoir Mills. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Lenoir Hardware & Furniture Co. 
Bernhardt-Seagle Hardware & Fur- 
niture Co. 

GROCERS. 
Hickory Grocery Co. ( Wholesale'). 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Lenoir Hardware & Furniture Co. 
Bernhardt Hardware & Furniture 
Co. 

Spainhour, R. H., & Co. 
HOSPITALS. 
Foothills Sanatorium, Dr. C. Banks 
M i ■ X a i ry . 1 ' r o prietor. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Lenoir Realty & Insurance Co. 
Hall, J. G., & Sons. 

JEWELERS. 
Dula, A. W. 
Perry, D. S. 

LAWYERS. 
Jones, Edmund. 
Newland, W. C. 
Bower, W. H. 
Wakefield, Lawrence. 
AVhisnant, J. W. 
Squires, Mark. 
Blackmore, E. C. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S' AND DEALERS. 
Wilson Lumber & Milling Co. 
Craddock, W. H. 
Bernhardt, J. M. 
Atkinson, J. B. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
Lenoir Hardware and Furniture Co. 
Bernhardt-Seagle Hardware ^ Fur- 
niture Co. 

MAUFACTl RING PLANTS. 
Bernhardt. J. M. (Boxes and Fin- 
ished Building Material). 

Wilson Lumber & Milling Co. 



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es and Building Materi ] i 

Harper Furnil u re Co. i '■'■• lti i 

Lenoir Wood-Working Co. (Build- 
ing Supplies). 

Lenoir Chair Co., (Chairs). 
Moore Furniture Co., (Furniture). 
Kent Furniture Co. 
Kent Coffey Furniture Co. 
Lenoir Vaneer Co. 

PAINT AND OIL, DEALERS. 
Bernhardt- Seagle Hardware & Fur- 
niture Co. 

Kent Drug Store. 

Shell, J. E. 

Lenoir Hardware & Furniture Co. 

PAINTERS. 
McRary, J. N. 
Bush, J. Henry. 

PLUMBERS. 
Hailey & Rhyne. 
Puette, S. F. 

Bernhardt-Seagle Hardware & Fur- 
niture Co. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Moore, Y. D., & Son. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Teague, H. M. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Lenoir Real Estate & Insurance Co. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Harper Furniture Co. (Furniture.; 
Wilson Lumber & Milling C >. 

TAILORS. 
Wilson, Mrs. J. R. 
Johnson, Mrs. J. E. 
Corpeniug, Miss Emma. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS 
Kison, P. M. 

Bernhardt-Seagle Hardware & Fur- 
niture Co. 
Lenoir Hardware & Furniture Co. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Charlie Perry. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Corley. Ed. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 
Citizen. 



GRANITE FALLS. 

Incorporated in 1S96. 



Population, 1909: White, 450; col- 
ored, none. 

Value real estate, $75,000; value per- 
sonal property, $75,000. 

Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 
Mayor — W. T. Payne. 
Postmaster — W. E. Starns. 
Chief of Police — Dal. Setzer. 
R. R. Agent— A. M. Martin, C. & 
N. Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — A. M. Martin. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — J. J. L. Sherwood, Pastor. 
Methodist— W. F. Standford, Pastor. 
Lutheran — J. P. Price. Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Granite Falls Graded School, J. M. 
Garrison, Principal. 
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA- 
TIONS. 
Granite Falls. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Granite — M. B. Starnes. 
President: John W. Tinker, Cashier. 
DENTISTS. 
Aliernethy. D. A. 

DOCTORS. 
Corpening, O. S. 
Jones, A. D. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Granite Falls Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Russell, W. F. 
Hoke, Moore. 
Sharp, L. T. 
Whisnant-Tilley Co. 
Keener, J. E. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hoke, J. W. 
Starnes, W. E. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Cline, P. L. 



PLANTS. 



MANUFACTURING 

Dudley Lumber Co. 
Dudley Shoals Cotton Mills. 
Granite Falls Manufacturing Co. 
Granite Bottling Works. 
Sherrill, T. H. (Blacksmith). 



CAMDEN COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, CAMDEN. 



Formed in 1777. Named in honor of Lord Camden. 

Area: 320 square miles. 
" Population : 5,474. 

Value of real estate, $543,038; value of personal property. $253,941. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites. K740.572 ; by negroes, $56,407. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 20; for negroes, 12. 

Tax Rate: County purposes. 23 2-3c. on the $100: special. 8 l-3c. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 150. Worked under Old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Express Company, assessed value $ 464.85 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value ::69.50 

Norfolk & Southern Railway. 5.00 miles, assessed value 49,760.25 



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Lake Drurnruond Canal & Water Co., assessed value 90,000.00 

Norfolk & Carolina Tel. & Tel. Co., as sessed value 7,272.00 

Superior Court Terms: First Monday in March; Second .Monday in Sep- 
tember. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 
Clerk of the Court — J. W. Walston, 

Cainden. 

Sheriff— C. G. Etheridge, Camden. 

Register of l>eeds — Talmon Godfrey, 
Camden. 

Treasurer — J. R. Sawyer, Camden. 

toioner — Carl Sawyer, South Mills. 

Co. Supt. of Health— C. G. Ferebee, 
Gregory. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — C. H. Spencer, 
South Mills. 

Supt. of County Home — M. B. Saw- 
yer. 

Co. Board of Education— E. M. De- 
Ford (cbrm.), Camden; G. F. Spen- 
cer, South Mills; S. W. Williams. 
Shiloh. 

County Commissioners — S. E. Over- 
by, (chrm.), Belcross ; D. N. Bray, 
Shiloh ; Charles Norris, South Mills. 

County Board of Elections — D. E. 
Williams (chrm.), South Mills; T. S. 
Robertson, Belcross ; M. B. Burgess, 
Old Trap. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Shiloh Township — D. F. Bartlett, 
Bartlett; W. M. Forbes, Shiloh; J. B. 
Burgess, Old Trap; G. C. Barco, 
Shiloh. 

Court House — T. B. Boushall, Bel- 
cross ; S. E. Overby, Belcross ; T. C. 
Ferebee, Belcross; W. E. Whaley, 
Camden ; S. L. Forbes, Camden. 

South Mills— C. H. Spencer, South 
Mills; J. W. Sawyer, South Mills; B. 
B. James, South Mills; J. H. Sawyer, 
South Mills; J. F. Foster, South 
Mills. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Baptist — S. F. Bristow. Elizabeth 
City. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

W. J. Burgess, Prin., Shiloh. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Sawyer, W. W., Shiloh. 

Ferebee, C. G., Gregory. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Wright, W. G., Shiloh. 

Jordan, L. A., Shiloh. 

Forbest, W. M.. Shiloh. 

Bartlett. T. F., Bartlett. 

Burgess, J. B., Old Trap. 

Burgess. Hubbard, & Co., Old Trap. 

Henry. J. A., Riddle. 

Forbes, J. S., Riddle. 

Leary, L. S., Indiantown. 

Sawyer, C. S., Camden. 
COTTON GINS. 

Cowell, W. J., Shiloh. 
Sawyer, L. M., Camden. 
Burgess, J. B., Old Trap. 
Stevens, N. W., Camden. 
Etheridge, J. G„ South Mills. 
CORN AND FEED MILES. 
Same as Cotton Gins. 



SAW MILES. 

Cowell, W. J., Shiloh. 
Burgess, J. B., old Trap. 
Sawyer, L. M.. Camden. 
Etheridge, ,1. G., Smith Mills. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Lewis, B. H., South Mills. 
Jerome. Mrs. C. 1'., south Mills. 
Colin, Miss Fannie, South Mills. 
Davis, Miss Sarah P., South Mills. 
Newbern, Miss Elizabeth, South 
Mills. 

Farrar, Miss Carson, South Mills. 
Cason, Miss Aleph. E., South Mills. 
Sanderlin, Miss Ruth, Lily. 
Jarvis, Miss Minnie, Lily. 
Forbes, R. L., Belcross. 
Tillett, H. D., Belcross. 
Wynn, Miss Mary E., Belcross. 
Bartlett, Miss Lena, Camden. 
Creecy, R. B., Camden. 
Godfrey, T. B.. Camden. 
Burgess, W. J., Shiloh. 
Walker, Miss Hattie A., Shiloh. 
Wright. Miss Addie V., Shiloh. 
Hollowell. Miss Maggie, Shiloh. 
Forbes, Miss Annie H., Shiloh. 
Benthal, Miss Nora, Indiantown. 
Walker, Miss Maggie, Shiloh. 
Hobson, Miss Sarah W., Old Trap. 
Forbes, Miss Mary F., Old Trap. 
Pugh, Jesse, Old Trap. 
Toney, M. F., Old Trap. 



SOUTH MILLS. 

Incorporated in 1SS4. 
Population, 1909: White, 340; col- 
ored, 60; total, 400. 

Value real estate, $100,000; value 
personal property, $40,000. 

Tax Rate: 15c. on the $100 and 45c. 
poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — C. H. Spencer. 
Postmaster — W. R. Dozier. 
Chief of Police — G. W. Norris. 
Manager Telegraph — W. S. Bartlett. 
(Telephone.) 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — J. B. Ferebee, Pastor. 
Methodist— C. P. Jerome, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
South Mills High School— B. H. 
Lewis, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Cohn, B. W. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Cohn & Jacobs. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Stafford, W. T. 
Riggs, G. H., & Co. 
Williams, C. S. 
Taylor, J. W. 
Dozier, Mrs. W. R. 
Foster, J. F. 
Halstead, W. T. 



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BROKERS & PRODI CE DEALERS. 

Spencer, G. F. 
Perry, L, A. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Bartlett, .Mrs. W. s. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Bartlett. W. S. 

M.\ XlI'AiTl KING PLANTS. 

Reveridge. Geo. (Cotton gin.) 
Foster, J. F. (Grain mill.) 
Junes. W. S. (Grain mill.) 
Etheridge, J. G. (Saw and planing 



mill.) 

Koontz Bros. iSaw and planing 
mill.) 

LAWYERS. 
Spencer, C. 11. 
Halstead, W. I. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Spencer, G. F. 
Foster, J. F. 

GENERAL REPAIR SHOPS. 
Norris, Charles. 
Jones, T. C. 



CARTERET COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, BEAUFORT. 



Formed in 1721. Named in honor of Lord George Carteret. 

Area: 520 square miles. 

Population: 12,000. 

A'alue of real estate, !(; 1,006, 446; value of personal property. S911.656. 

Property listed in 1909 by -whites. $2,431,828; by negroes, $86,274. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 44; for negroes, 8. 

Tax Rate: County purposes 1 , 23 2-3c. on the ?100 ; roads and bridges, 
S l-3c. ; special, 20c. County bonded debt, $25,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 150. Worked under old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES: 

Southern Express Company, 92.97 miles, assessed value X 1.720.45 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Company, assessed value 3,605.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 1,792. OS 

Norfolk & Southern Railway. 2.S2 mn.es. assessed value 28 004 75 

Norfolk & So. Ry ; , a. & N. C. Div.. 15.75 miles, assessed value ... l:i2.5P7.03 

Beaufort Telephone Company, assessed value 2.500.00 

.Moreheart City Telephone Company, assessed value 80o!oO 

Superior Court Terms: March, June. October. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the. Court— T. C. Wade, 
Beaufort. 

Sheriff— S. P. Hancock, Beaufort. 

Register of Deeds — W. J. Wallace, 
Beaufort. 

Treasurer — Alonzo Thomas, Beau- 
fort. 

Coroner — Clarence Simpson, Beau- 
fort. 

Surveyor — E. D. Hardester, Har- 
lowe. 

Co. Sunt, of Health— W. E. Hearten, 
Moreheart City. 

Co. Sunt, of Schools — L. B. Ennetr. 
Cedar Point. 

Co. Board of Education — C. N. 
Mason, iriinn.l. Harlowe: J. R. Mor- 
ris. Atlantic: C. P. Dey, Beaufort. 

County Commissioners — W. S. Cbad- 
wick. (chrm.), Beaufort; C. W. Tay- 
lor. Bosue; W. P. Hancock, Straits; 
J. M. Robinson, Atlantic. 

County Board of Elections— T. D. 
Hewett. Newport ; W. L. Areurtell, 
Moreheart City. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

White Oak Township— S. M. Rhue, 
Pelletiers; R. W. Smith, Bogue; 
Thomas Smith. Bogue; W. L. Taylor, 
Bogue; E. A. Sanrters, Bogue. 

Morehead — I. B. Willis, Morehead 
City; W. J. Hales. Moreheart City; M. 



C. Adams. Morehead City; Hush 
Murdock, Wildwood ; D. J. Hall. New- 
port. 

Newport — G. W. Guthrie, Harlowe; 
T. T. Garner. Newport ; D. Simmons, 
Newport; D. W. Sabiston. Beaufort, 
R. F. D. ; J. R. Bell. Harlowe. 

Beaufort— W. F. Dill, Beaufort; L. 
J. French, Beaufort; M. A. Marshall, 
Beaufort. 

Straits— M. F. Willis. Straits: Chas. 
Hancock. Harkers Island; Y. P.. Salter. 
Bettie. 

Smyrna — Anthony Willis. Smyrna 

Hunting Quarters — Thos. Chartwick, 
Wildwood ; Thos. L. Goodwin, Roe. 

Merrimon — H. T. Banks. Lukens ; H. 
V. Nelson. Merrimon. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

M. E. Church, South— J. P. Pate. 
Carteret Circuit: W. E. Trotman. 
Straits Circuit: W. A. Forbes, Atlantic 
and Wit : J. D. Daniel, Portsmouth. 

Free AVill Baptist— J. B. Russell, 
Beaufort ; T. Gaskins, Wit : I. W. Rus- 
sell. Beaufort: L. C. Garner. New- 
port; C. S. Merrill. Morehead City. 

Christian — J. R. Jennette. Beaufort; 

D. B. Garner, Newport. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Atlantic High School — Atlantic. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Sanders, J. W., Bogue. 



CARTERET COUNTY. 



12a 



George, D. I.. Marshallburg. 

Adams, L. C, Atlantic. 

Ma sou, C. N., Harlowe. 

Paul, W. T., Witt. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Pelletier, J. W.. Stella. 

Koonce, P. A., Stella. 

Kuhn, \Xm„ Kubns. 

Buck, W. W., Pelletiers. 

Taylor, W. F., Bogue. 

Russell, Ben., Bogue. 

Dixon. A. H., Newport, R. F. D. 

Bell, C. F. D., Harlowe. 

Graham, J. C, Newport. 

Dtckerson. J. My, & Bro., Beaufort. 
R. F. D. 

Foreman. Alex., Beaufort, R. F. D. 

Russell, J. B., Beaufort, R. F. D. 

Simpson, S. L„ Beaufort. R. F. D. 
COTTON GINS. 

Pelletier, J. W., Stella. 

Newberry, Mrs. Y. Z., Newport. 

Norris. Sanders. Beaufort. 

Morton. J. S., Harlowe. 

Thomas, T .M.. Beaufort. 

Merrill, Tbomas, Beaufort. 
SAW MILLS. 

Sanders ,V- Nurris. Beaufort. 

Tbomas. T. M.. Beaufort. 

Ewell. J. T., Beaufort. 

Pelletier. J. \V.. Stella: 

Merrill. Thomas, Beaufort. 

Graham, J. C, Newport. 

Willis. Alonza T.. Williston. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHEKS. 

Hellen, Miss Lena, Beaufort. 

Duncan, Miss Mattie, Beaufort. 

Russell, Miss Helen, Beaufort. 

Rumley, Miss Julia. Beaufort. 

Pearce, Miss Nettie. Beaufort. 

Ennett, Miss Margaret. Cedar Point. 

Gillikin. Miss Nannie B.. Bettie. 

Haskett. Miss Georgia, New ( nr\. 

Haskett, Miss Annie. Newport. 

Klein. Miss Annie H., Morehead 
City. 

Piver, Miss Nellie, Beaufort. R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Felton. Miss Rosa. Beaufort, R. F. 
I>. No. 1. 

King. Miss Minzette. Beaufort, It. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Weeks, Miss Beatrice. Stella. 

Gillikin, Miss Bettie. Otway. 

Styron, Miss Nellie V., Wit. 

Nielsen, Miss Gertrude. Wit. 

Pigott, Miss Etbel, Straits. 

Hamilton, Miss Lucy. Atlantic 

Savage. Mrs. .1. L.. Gloucester. 

Edwards, Mrs. Hattie. Morehead 
City. 

Paul. Mrs. C. B., Davis. 

Murdoch, W. C, Wildwood. 

Murdoch, Hugh. Wildwood. 

Styron, Harvey. Davis. 

Letters, Samuel, Gloucester. 

Garner, L. A., Beaufort. 

Jinnett, J. R., Beaufort, R. F. D. 

Russell, -Irvin, Beaufort, R. F. D. 

Ennett, A. D., Cedar Point. 

Todd, Miss Nina, Atlantic. 



Minvlmru, Mrs. Bettie. Newport. 
Morris, Miss Claudia, Atlantic. 
Gaskill, D. B., Morehead City. 
Davis, Irvin W., Davis. 
Langdale, Miss Pearl, Beaufort, R. 
F. D. 

Congleton, Miss Nellie. Beaufort. 
Whitehurst, J. J.. Beaufort. 
Humphrey, Miss Ettene, Bogue. 



colored 
value 
and 



BEAUFORT. 

Population, 1909: 2.750. 

No. white [tolls. 4i>u : No. 
polls. 340. 

Value Real Estate, x.,00.000 ; 
personal propertv. $200,000. 

Tax Rate: 50c. on the $100 
30c. special. 

Bonded debt, $20,000; floating debt, 
$7,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Richard Rice. 

Chief of Police — John H. Skarren. 

City Clerk— C. S. Maxwell. 

Treasurer — Seth Gibbs. 

Standard-Keeper — E. S. Robinson. 

City Attorney— C. R. Wbeattty. 

Citv Sui>t. of Health— C. S. Max- 
well. 

Postmastei — W. A. Mace. 

R. R. Agent — Seth (;ibbs, Norfolk 
& Southern, R. R. 

Express Agent — Seth Gibbs. 

Telegraph Manager — Miss L. Hewill, 
Western Union Telegraph Company. 

Telephone Manager — C. Hi Burk- 
head, Henderson, Telephone Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — J. D. Timmons. Pastor. 

Episcopal — F. N. Skinner. Rector. 

Methodist — J. H. MeCracken. Pas- 
tor. 

Free Will Baptist— J. W. Sewell, T. 
D. Noe. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Beaufort Graded School — S. A. 
Richardson. Principal. 

St. Paul's School— E. T. Hills, Prin. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Davis House. 

Inlet Inn. 

Manson House. 

Norcom House. 

Gem Cafe. 

Williams Cafe. 

Savage House. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Simpson, Clarence. 

Shull, W. J. B. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Beaufort — T. D. Uzzell, 
President; T. Thomas, Cashier. 

Banking & Trust Co. — N. 
President: W. E. 



Beaufort 

W. Taylor, 
Cashier. 



Swann, 



BAKERS. 



Nielsen, E. 

BOOK 
Dey, C. P. 



STORES. 



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IX 



BUTCHERS AND DEALERS 

CATTLE. 
Noe, T. D., & Son. 
Hancock iV Smith. 

CLUBS. 
Old Topsail Club. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Clawson, C. .A. 
Chadwick, Winfleld. 
I'otter Bros. 
Fodrie, H. C. 
Williams, W. O. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Simpson, Clarence. 
Guthrie, Clarence. 
Norcom, H. D. 
Adair, Charles. 
Adair, T. E. 
Chaplain, John. 
Arthur, Bryan. 
Davis, Bryan. 
Noe, Isaac. 

Shull Contracting Company. 
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Russell, Geo. A. 
Hancock & Chadwick. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
C. L. Abernethy, President; C. L. 
Duncan, Vice-President; U. E. Swann, 
Secretary ; W. L. Bell, Treasurer. 
CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Gold, Thomas. 
\otfie, Sam. 
Guthrie & Co. 
Taylor, N. W. 
Feltou. Richard. 

DENTISTS. 
Staton, Frank. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Beaufort Drug Co. 
Davis, George. 

DOCTORS. 
Davis, George. 



Maxwell, C. S. 
Clarke, F. M. 
Duncan, C. L. 
DRY GOODS 

Simmons, J. J. 
Guthrie & Co. 
Taylor, N. W. 
Yoffie, Sam. 
Moore, Mrs. C. 



AND NOTIONS. 



A. 



POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Beaufort Electric Light Co. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Chadwick & Coffrey. 

Dey, C. P. 

Doane, A. F. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Holland, M. C. 

Potter, H. L. 

Potter, J. H.. & Son. 

Taylor, N. W. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Gaskill & May. 

GROCERS. 
Clawson, C. A. 
Sprinkle, M. R. 
Hancock & Smith. 
Potter Bros. 



Jones, J .B., & Sons. 

Dey, C. P. 

Noe, L. J. 

Smith, J. S. 

Whitehurst, J. S. 

Gaskill & .May. 

Jones, H. C. 

' nomas, A. 

Weeks, J. 

Garner, L. A. 

Scott, George. 

Longest, F. 

Stanly, John. 

Ramsey, J. E. (wholesale.) 

Beaufort Grocery Co. (wholesale.) 
INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Thomas, T. (Fire.) 

Bell, B. J. (Fire.) 

Jones, C. D. (Life.) 

Beaufort Realty & Insurance Com- 
pany. (Fire.) 

Chadwick, C. T. (Fire.) 
LAWYERS. 

Abernethy & Davis. 

Fowle, D. G. 

Wheatly, Claud. 

Duncan, J. F. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S AND DEALERS. 

Ewell, J. T. 

Gibble, Jacob. 

Sanders & Norris. 
MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Enterprise Packing Co. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Dey, C. P. 

PAINTERS. 

Ramsey. W. H. 

King. F. L. 

Skarren, Ed. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 

Hancock & Smith. 

Clawson, C. A. 

Springle, M. R. 

Fodrie, H .C. 

Stanlv, John. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 

Delamar, J. C. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Glazev. J. W. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Lookout — Horace H. Hamlin, Edi- 
tor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Beaufort Realty & Insurance Co. 

Lookout Realty Co. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 

Simpson, C. 

Stanly, John. 

TAILORS. 

Fuller, H. W. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Rice & Adai?. 

Robinson, C. V. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Skarren, W. E. 



MOREHEAD CITY. 

Population, 1909 2.500. 
No. white polls, 375; No. colored 
polls, 25. 
Value real estate, $700,000. 



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Tax Kate: $1.06 2-3c. on the $100. 
Bonded debt, $15,000; floating debt, 
$1,500. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — Paul Webb. 
Chief of Police — W. C. Piner. 
City Clerk — W. J. Hales. 
Treasurer — W. J. Hales. 
Tax Collector — W. C. Piner. 
City Supt. of Health— K. P. B. 
Bonner. 

Postmaster — A. S. Willis. 
K. K. Agent— A. H. Webb, Jr., Nor- 
folk & Southern Ry. Co. 

Express Agent — A. H. Webb, Sr. 
Telegraph Manager — A. H. Webb, 
Sr.. Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Telephone Manager — W. J. Hales, 
Hane, Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — Theodore B. Davis, Pastor. 
Methodist — F. S. Lone, Pastor. 
Free Will Baptist — No Pastor. 
Methodist (Northern)— W. J. Plint, 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Graded Schools— S. W. Carwile, Su- 
perintendent. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Hotel Charles. 
Arendell House. 
Davis House. 
Atlantic Hotel. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
The Bank of Morehead City — J. 
B. Morton, President; T. D. Webb, 
Vice-President; E. H. Gorham, Cash- 
ier. 

BAKERS. 
Emery, Zack. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Moore, A. T. 
Willis, H. C. 
Mansfield, D. H. 

CARRIAGE DEALERS. 
Bell, J. H., & Co. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Mallison, W. F. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Wade, D. B., Jr. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Bell, John F., & Co. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
G. D. Canfleld, President; Paul 
Webb, Secretary. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
The Paragon. 
Morton, J. B. 
Webb, D. M. 

DENTISTS. 
Staton, Frank. 

DRUGGISTS. 
The Morehead City Drug Co 

DOCTORS. 
Headen, W. E. 
Bonner, K. P. B. 
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Morton, J. B. 
Leary, L. L. 



Webb, 1). M. 
Willis, R. T. 
Phillips. J. D. 
Davenport, J. T. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 
Morehead City Electric Light Plant. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
Wallace, C. S. 
Taylor, R. W. 
FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Wallace, Charles S. 
Arendell, W. L. 
Taylor, R. W. 
Arthur, E. D., & Bro. 
Wade, D. B., & Son. 
Willis, A. L. 
Arthur & Willis. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Webb, T. D. 

GROCERS. 
Webb, M. S. (Wholesale.) 
Hales, W. J. (Wholesale.) 
Bell, O. G. 
West End Co. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
W 7 ebb, T. D. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Webb, A. H., Sr. (Fire.) 
Mann, J. H. (Fire.) 

LAWYERS. 
Webb, Paul. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S AND DEALERS. 
Howland Improvement Co. 
Canfleld Lumber Co. 
Bell, John F., Co. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Monton, J. B. 
Webb, T. D. 

PAINTERS. 
Willis, W. M. 
Piner, Jacob. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Bell, James R. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
The Enterprise — Webb & Gaskill, 
Editors. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Webb, C. V. 
Mann, J. H. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Bell, John F., Co. 
Hancock, W. L. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBAL>1ERS 
Morehead City Coffin Co. 
Bell. J. H., Co. 



NEWPORT. 

Incorporated in 1867. 

Population, 1909: White. 410; col- 
ored, 40; total, 4S0. 

Value real estate, $53,835; value 
personal property. $29,209.99. 

Tax Rate: 35c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — M. Mann. 

Postmaster — C. Mann. 

Chief of Police — Dennis Lelly. 

R. R. Agent— C. A. Bell, Norfolk & 
Southern R. R. 

Manager Telegraph — C. A. Bell, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 



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MINISTERS AM) CHURCHES. 
Methodist— J. 1'. Pate; Pastor. 
Baptist— Isaac Jones, Pastor. 

S< HOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Newport High School. 
New port Academy. 

DOCTORS. 
Ball, X. W. 

(.1AERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Tell. \V. S.. Jr. 
Hilliard. W. II. 
Gomer, P. P. 



Bell, W. F. 

Mann. M. 
HOTKLS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Newport Hotel, W. D. Harrison, 

Pell. Mrs. J. L., Roardinsr House. 
LIVERY STABLES. 

Newberry, A. O. 

i igers, J. K. 

Conall. L. ('. 

MAN l IA( TIRING PLANTS. 

Canning Factory. <;. M. Ives & Son, 
Proprietors. 



CASWELL COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, YANCEY YILLE. 



Formed in lJTi. Named in honor of Richard Caswell. 

Area: H)0 square miles. 

Population: lo.ois. Y.'hite male-. 3, T 388/; white females. :i,441 : iieg^ro 
males, :;.'.>o7: Efegro females. 4/J42 : foreign born, (5. 

Value of real estate, si ."'.7. _'.:•; : value of personal property. £l,044,$89.18. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, si 952,504.18; by negroes, sir.ium. 

No. brt Si-liix.ls: Fur whites. 42 j for negroes, 38. 

Tax Rate: County purposes 1 , 42'-. on the $190"; roads and bridges. IOC. 

Public Roads: No. miles, li -""• 1 1 . W:cn?ked bv taxation. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Providence Telephone Company, assessed value $ 

Southern Railwav Companv. 6.95 miles, assessed value 202;4 

Atlantic vV: Danville Railway. 14.60 miles, assessed value 146,00 

The Pullman Company, assessed value 3,629.27 

s i tLeru Express Company, assessed value 2,089i95 

Western Union Telegiaph Company, assessed value 9,913.69 

Danville & Western Railway. 0.9:5 mile, assessed value 4,650:00 

Meb ine-Ridgeville Telej bone Company; assessed value 989.08 

North Carolina Telephone Company, assessed value L7.00 

American Telephone & Telegraph C mpany, assessed value .... 2,596.09 

Postal Telegraph Cable Company, assessed value 1,021.20 

Southern Pell Telephone & Telegraph Company, assessed value... 419.00 

Superior Court Terms: Sixth Monday after 1st Monday in March; and 
0th Monday after 1st Monday in September in each year. 



COUNTY OUFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— R. D. Mitchell. 
Yanceyville. 

sheriff— T. N. Fitch. Yanceyville. 

Register of Deeds— F. \Y. Brown, 
Yanceyville. 

Treasurer — J. A. Pea. Yanceyville. 

Coroner — S. A. Ma'Ioy. Yan-vyville. 

surveyor — T. J. Henderson. Yan- 
ceyville. 

Co. Supt. of Health S. A. Malloy. 
Yanceyville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — G. A. An- 
derson. Y'anceyville. 

Supt. of County Home — E. B. Park- 
er. Yanceyville. 

Co. Board of Education — W. A. 
Maynafdi (chrm.t. Altainaha w. R. F. 
D.:'T. J. Hatchett. Y'anceyville; R. I. 
Xawman. Peasburg. 

Countv Commissioners — J". S. Har- 
vev. Danville. Va„ P. F. D. No. 4: 
.7. \Y. Slide. P.lanche: T. C. Jones. 
Yanceyville. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Countv Board of Elections — J. A. 
Hurdle." i chrm.). Milton: T. J, Hatch- 
ett, Y'anceyville; C. J. Yarborough, 



• Locust Hill. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Anderson Township — J. K. Enoch. 

, Fitch. L. B. Fitch. Union Ridge. R. 

F. D. : J. E. Herndon. Union Ridge, 

Man River— R. T. Wflsou"! Danville, 
\"a.. R. F. D. Xv. -,; j. p. Walters, 
■ •he; T. S. Harrison. Blanche'; G. 
S. Johnston, Blanche. R. F. D. 

Miditowers TV. R. Morum. Pros- 
I Hill. 

Leashurg — .T. A. Stephens, F>--s- 
burg: B. F. Staniield. Deasbiirg; C. 
B. Compton. Leas-burg: 3. W. Oliver. 
To pnot. 

Locust Hill— E. A. Allison. Allison; 
J. ('. Allison. Allison : J. B. Worsham, 
I nst Hill. 

Milton — J. B. Y'arborough. Senmra : 
W. T. Bryant. Milton: T. A. Win- 
stead. Semora; AY. o. Smith. Milton. 

Pelham — J. AY. Travis. Danville. 
Va.: J. M. Yates. Danville, Ya.. R. F. 
D. No. 4; J. M. Hodges, Danville. Va., 
R. F. D. : O. J. Wright, Telham : Z. 
T. Wilson, Danville. Va.. R. F. D. 



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No. 4; L. S. Carter, Danville, Va., 
R. F. D. No. 4; W. H. Gatewood, 
Pelham, R. F. D. 

Stonv Creek — George P. McKinney, 
Altamahaw, R. F. D. ; J. B. Turner, 
Mclver, R. F. D. ; W. J. Startler, Al- 
tamahaw, R. F. D. ; T. C. Neal, Mc- 
lver, R. F. D. 

Yaneeyville — J. H. Kerr, Yaneey- 
ville; N. C. Brandon. Yaneeyville; B. 
S. Graves, Yaneeyville; W. F. Lyon, 
Yaneeyville. R. F. D. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Methodist — .T. C. Humble. Leasburg; 
W. T. Nory, Milton ; C. R. Ross, Pel- 
ham. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Pelham Graded School, Miss Linda 
Andertou. Principal, Pelham. 

Dan River Graded School — Prof. W. 
B. Arrington, Principal, Danville, Va., 
R. F. D. No. 5. 

Semara Graded School — Anna Men- 
denhall, Principal, Semora. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Pinnix, J. A., Union Ridge. R. F. D. 

Robinson. Harvey. Ridgeville. 

Bodgett, .T. F., Blaekwells. 

Straw.!. W. A.. Pelham. 

Talley. D. J.. Mclver, R. F. D. 
GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Baynes, J. R., Union Ridge, R. 
F. D. 

Rosco, .1. S., Union Ridge. R. F. D. 

Watkins, D. S., & Son, Blanch. 

Chaney, J. W., Blanch. 

Slade. T. D., Purley. 

Woods. S. G., Purley. 

Covinston, E. G., Blanch. 

Warren. J. L., Hightowers. 

Wilkinson, D. E.. Ridgeville. 

Malone, S. L., Corbett. 

Corhett, J. C, Corbett. 

Warren, W. A.. Prospect Hill. 

Smith, S. H., Hightowers. 

Pulliam, W. J., Leasburg. 

Thomas, W. L.. Leasbiirsr. 

H. T. Connally, Leasburg. 

Oliver, Oeo. W., Topnot. 

Risss. Tom., Topnot. 

Williamson, W. B., Topnot. 

Hatchett & Siddle, Locust Hill. 

White, Jim., Locust Hill. 

Collie, Oeo. T., Allisons. 

Blackwell, E. B., Quick. 

King, ,T. I.. Blaekwells. 

Moore, J. W., Milton. 

Matlock, S. L., Milton. 

McAden, J. H., Semora. 

Adams, T. T., Semora. 

Pointer, M. S., Semora. 

Lansdell, <!eo. T. Semora. 

Hudgins, J. B.. Osmond. 

Fitzgerald, J. O., Pelham. 

Writrht, C. J., .Pelham. 

Carter, C. L., & Bro., Danville, Va. 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Gatewood, W. J., Danville, Va., R. 
F. D., No. 4. 

Gatewood, S. B., Pelham, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Turner, J. B., Mclver, R. F. D. 



T. W., Mclver, R. F. 
A., Mclver, R. F. 



I). 



No. 1. 

Siiunders 
No. 1. 

Miner, W 
No. 1. 

Miles ,W. W., Altamahaw, R. F. D. 

Alrlridge. J. N., Altamahaw, R. F. I). 

Massey. T. L., Altamahaw, R. F. D. 

Watlington, O. O., Yaneeyville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Martin, G. W. T., Fitch. 

King, A. S., Fitch. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Gwynn & Hatchett, Yaneeyville, R. 
F. D. 

Brown-Williamson Milling Co., Lo- 
cust Hill. 

Massey, J. A., Fitch. 

Woods, S. G., Purlev. 

Davis, A. C, Danville, Va., R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

King, J. C. Blanch, R. F. D. 

Yarborough & Hudgins, Osmond. 

SAW MILLS. 

Woods, S. G., Purlev. 

Moody, L. S., Purley. 

Davis, J. H.. Purlev. 

Walters & Co., Blanch. 

Collie, Geo. T., Allison. 

Davis, Doughan, Quick. 

Massey, J. A., Fitch. 

Brown-Williamson . Milling Co., 
Yaneeyville . 

Smith, S. H., Hightowers. 

Warren, J. L., Hightowers. 

Harvey, J. S., & Horton, Danville, 
Va. 

Harvey & Horton, Danville, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Campell & Co., Pelham. 

Taylor, C. F., Pelham. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Anderson, Geo. A., County Supt.. 
Yaneeyville. 
Gray, Miss Mary, Fitch. 
Patillo, Miss Mattie, Fitch. 
Compton, Miss Katie, Union Bridge 
Walker. Mrs. Lucy. Union Bridge 
Compton, W. L., Union Ridge. 
Jeffreys, Miss Bessie, Union Bridge. 
Smith, Miss Ruth, Hightowers. 
Walker, Miss Maude, Hightowers. 
Oraham, Miss Dixie, Prospect Hill. 
Compton, Miss Clara, Ridgeville. 
Wells, Miss Fannie, Ridgeville. 
Boswell. Miss Maud. Fitch. 
McGee, Miss May. Mclver. 
Barrack, Miss Lillie, Altamahaw. 
Watkins. Mrs. Mary, Altamahaw. 
Dawson, W. H., Altamahaw. 
Turner, Mrs. A. M.. Ruffin. 
Turner, Miss Annie, Ruffin. 
Rice, Miss tiessie, Yaneeyville. 
Pleasant, Miss Aldine. Ruffin. 
Lyon, Miss Etta, Yaneeyville. 
Neal, Miss Rebecca, Yaneeyville. 
Anderson, Miss Ida, Yaneeyville. 
Perry, Miss Estelle, Yaneeyville. 
Walker. Miss Nannie, laneeyville, 
Cook, Mrs. Wm., Yaneeyville. 



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CASWELL COUNTY. 



Moseley, R. F., Yanceyville. 

Love, Miss Ada, Leasburg. 

W'atkins, Miss Edna, Leasburg. 

Connally, Miss Mildred, Leasburg. 

Staufleld, Miss Gertrude, Leasburg. 

Graves, Miss Helen, Leasburg. 

Thompson, Miss Bessie, Leasburg. 

Thompson, Miss Sue, Leasburg. 

Stephens, Miss Bessie, Leasburg. 

Trollinger, Miss Bessie, Leasburg. 

Lea, Miss Pearl, Blanch. 

Hunter. Miss N., Blanch. 

Moore, Miss Ethel, Blanch. 

Slade, Miss Carrie, Yanceyville. 

Wilkerson, Miss Lelia. Purley. 

Wilson, Miss Fannie, Danville, Va., 
R. F. D. No. 5. 

Hawkins, Miss Carry, Danville, Va., 
R. F. D .No. 5. 

Wilson, Miss Bertha, Danville. Va., 
R. F. D. No. 5. 

Arrington, H. F., Danville, Va., 
R. F. D. No. 5 

Howard, Miss Irene. Pelham. 

Andester. Miss Lynda, Pelham. 

Lasley. Miss Essie, Pelham. 

Rice, 'Miss Mattie, Pelham. 

Brvant, W. F., Milton. 

Small, C. C. Milton. 

Taylor. Miss Annie, Milton. 

Pinchback, Miss Blanch, Milton. 

Walker, Miss Rosa, Union Ridge. 

King, Miss Annie M., Pelham. 

Brown, Miss Mary, Locust Hill. 

White, Miss Bettie, Blanch. 

Watkins, Miss Lucile, Blanch. 

.Tones, Miss Annie, Milton. 

Mendenhall, Miss Anna, Semora. 

Taylor. Miss Maude, Semora. 

YANCEYVILLE. 

Incorporated in lOO.j. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — B. S. Graves. 
Chief of Police — N. C. Brandon. 
Postmaster — D. T. McKinuey. 
R. R. Agent— T. W. A. Massey. 
Manager Telegraph — A. J. Ha per, 
Yanceyville Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist — Chas. Ross, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Yanceyville Academy — R. F. Mose- 
ly, Principal; Estelle Perry, Assis- 
tant. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Yanceyville— R. L. Mitchell, 
President: F. W. Brown. Vice-Presi- 
dent; R. K. Lasley, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Malloy, S. A. v 

Mason, L. S. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Brandon, N. C. 
Perry, H. 

GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Massey, J. A. 



Harrelson, W. N. 

Fitch. \V. F. 

Harper, A. J. 

Flor.inoe, T. J. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Kerr, Mrs. J. H. 

Corbett, Mrs. S. C. 

McKinney, Mrs. D. T. 

EI VERY STABLES. 

Turner, H. S. 

Hatchett, T. J. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Brown-Williamson Milling Co. (Saw 
Mill and Crist Mill). 

LAWYERS. 

Johnston, Julius. 

Henderson, A. E. 

Upchurch, E. F. 

DENTISTS. 

Hicks, R. N. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

The Sentinel, T. J. Henderson, 
Editor. 

Caswell Democrat, A. Y". Kerr, 
Editor. 



MILTON. 

Incorporated in 1796. Population, 
1909: White, 294; colored, 179; total, 
473. 

Value real estate, $900,000; value 
personal property, $70,000; tax rate, 
45 cents on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — L. H. Hunt. 
Postmaster — N. J. Palmer. 
R. R. Agent — A. B. Austin, South- 
ern, Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — A. B. Austin. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — E. H. Harding, Pas- 
tor. 

Episcopal — Mr. Trot, Rector, Salis- 
bury. 

Methodist— W. T. Nory, Pastor. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Caswell. R. L. Watt, Presi- 
dent, Reidsville; E. Hines. Jr., 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 
Miles, P. W. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Walker. Lewis & Co. 
Dixon, R. L. 

GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Lipscomb, J. J. 
Milton Hardware Co. 
McAden, W. P. (col.) 
Jones. F. B. 
Goodfriend & Bros. 
Williams, J. W. 
Owen. Creen, (coloredl. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Milton Hotel. 
Watkins, Miss Em. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Jeffress, E. T. 



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CATAWBA COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, NEWTON. 



Formed in 1S42. Named drived from Catawba River. 

Area, 440 square miles. 

Population, 22,133. 

Value of real estate, §2,919,529; value of personal property, $2,503,170. 

Property listed in 1909 by white, $5,339,910; by negroes, $S2,789. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 77; for negroes, 18. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 6(5 2-3c. on the $100. 

Public Roads: Worked under Old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Railway Company, 22.86 miles, assessed value $0G5,97S.97 

The Pullman Company, assessed value 3,849.88 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 3,979.10 

Piedmont Telephone & Telegraph Co., assessed value 2,370.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 5,912.00 

■ Hickory Electric Company, assessed value 3,600.00 

Carolina & North Western Railroad, 12.56 miles, assessed value... 116.164.20 
Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company, assessed value... 4,490.00 
Southern Power Company, assessed value 3.611.00 

Superior Court Terms: Fourth Monday before the 1st Monday in March; 
9th Monday after the 1st Monday in March ; 8th Monday before the 1st 
Monday in September; 8th Monday after the 1st Monday in September. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— C. M. McCorkle, 
Newton. 

Sheriff — J. S. Leonard, Newton. 

Register of Deeds — Jacob E. Setzer. 
Newton. 

Treasurer — J. A. Long, Catawba. 

Coroner — Smith Campbell, Maiden. 

Surveyor — T. L. Bandev, Catawba. 

Co. Supt. of Health— T. G. Black- 
burn, Hickory. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — Geo. E. Long, 
Hickory. 

Supt. of County Home — Olin Cline. 
Newton. 

Co. Board of Education — F. J. Del- 
linger. P. A. Hoyle, A. C. Link. 

County Commissioners — J. W. Shu- 
ford, Elias fcigmon, P. D. Drum, J. F. 
Hudson, J. W. Lawrence. 

Co. Board of Election s^D. P. Rowe, 
,T. B. Little, S. M. Hamrick. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Newton Township — J. H. McClel- 
land. Newton; N. A. Travis, Newton; 
M. J. Cochrane, Newton ; J. W. Wil- 
liams, Maiden; P. F. Smith, Conover. 

Cline's — J. H. Moser, Claremont; J. 
F. Fulbright, Claremont; C. C. Hol- 
ler, Claremont; W. P. Bumgarner, 
Conover; P. L. Cline, Conover. 

Hickory — ,T. P. Seitz, Hickory ; J. 
T. Yoder, Hickory; N. A. Whitener, 
Hickory; S. E. Killian, Hickory; R. 
E. Hahn. Hickory; O. E. Leonard, 
W. II. Mouser, Hickory: L. R. White- 
ner, Hickory ; R. L. Mize. Hickory. 

Caldwell's— H. H. Caldwell, New- 
ton ; J. T. Abernethy, Newton J .L. 
Hewitt, Newton ; T. J. Bradshaw. 

Mt. Creek — Sidnev Wilkinson, Ca- 
tawba, R. F. D. ; Jacob Wike. Sher- 
rill's Ford, R. F. D. ; D. L. Wilkinson, 



Terrell. 

Catawba — J. T. Harwell, Catawba; 
D. A. Lanier, Catawba ; J. Q. Rowe, 
Monbo ; L. P. Wilson, Newton, R. 
R. D. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWN. 

Lutheran — W. W. Wise, Newton, R. 
F. D. 2; J. L. Cromer, Maiden; F. K. 
Koof, Hickory, R. F. D. ; D. S. Kist- 
ler. Newton, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Baptist — R. D. Carroll, Newton ; C. 
A. Caldwell. Hickory; W. A. Bangle, 
Reepsville; H .B. Cronisler, Maiden; 
H. D. Carroll, Newton. 

Methodist— W. F. Elliott, Denver; 
J. M. Price, Catawba; P. H. Brittain, 
Hickory ; G. L. Keever, Newton, R. F. 
D. ; T. S. Coble, Maiden. 

Presbyterian — R. A. Lapsley, Jr., 
Xewton. 

Reform— S. W. Beck, Newton; J. C. 
Clapp, Newton. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Monogram — W. W. Ervin, Catawba, 
R. F. D. 2. 

St. James — J. K. Kibler, Newton, 
R. F. D. 2. 

Startown — R. S. Wright, Newton, 
R. F. D. 1. 

SAW MILLS. 

Gabriel. R. E., Terrell. 

Outz Bros., Newton. 

Cline, Sanford, Hickory, R. F. D. 1. 

Brittain, D. M.. Hickorv, R. F. D. 1. 

Seltzer, Lee, Newton. R. F. D. 2. 

Murray, O. D. & Co., Claremont. R. 
F. D. 1. 

DOCTORS. 

Foard, F. T., Hickory. 

Wilson. W. E.. Sherrill Foard. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Foard, Whisnant & Co., Hickory. 

Connor, T. F. Terrell. 

Murray, W. B., Maiden. 



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Little, Locke, Maiden. 
Ballinger, W. A., Newton. 
Smith, Q. M., Conover. 

COTTON GINS. 

Foard, WMsnant & Co., Hickory. 

Rudesill & Co., Newton. 

Drum & Co., Catawba. 

Adesboell & Co., Catawba. 

Long Island Mills, Long Island. 

Gabriel, R. E., Terrell. 

Sigmon & Co., Maiden. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL, TEACHERS. 

Sherrill, Mrs. John, Catawba. 

Eckerd, Robert, Hickory. 

Henry, P. C, Conover. 

Mouser, J. W., Hickory. 

Smith, Miss Eva, Conover. 

Bolick, Gaither, Hickory. 

Cronister, H. B., Maiden. 

Johnson, R. C, Newton, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Smyre, Miss Rosa, Newton. 

Price, Miss Beula, Catawba. 

Harding, John, Hickory. 

Kcisler, S. S., Newton, R. P. 1>. 
No. 2. 

Yount, H. B., Hickory. 

Sherman, Miss Janie, Catawba. 

Barnes, Miss Annie, Catawba. 

Bolick, A. L., Hickory. 

McKinis, W. A., Catawba. 

Lail, Oscar. Hickory, R .F. D. No. 2. 

Miller, B. W., Hickory. 

Rockett, Miss Myrtle, Conover. 

Rockett, Miss Belle, Conover. 

Holler. Miss Belle, Claremont. 

Inslev. Miss Leonora, Henry, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Martin, J. Z., Henry, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Gabriel, M. F., Sherrill's Ford. 

Lawrence, Miss Nora, Catawba. 

Lawrence, Miss Jessie. Catawba. 

Cline, Miss Vertie, Conover. 

Hauss, Miss Vara. Conover. 

Huffman, N. L., Hickory, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Baker, Miss Etta, Hickory. 

Carrier, Miss Elizabeth. Hickory. 

Kibler, W. L.. Newton, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Mundy, Miss Janie, Weaver. 

Williams, Roy, Caremont. 

Williams, B. H, Newton. 

Frve, Miss Mamie. Catawba. 

Little, C. S., Conover. 

McShee. J. B., Newton. 

Clampitt, J. M., Newton, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Drum, Miss Anthea, Catawba. 

Baker, Miss Anna. Claremont. 

Mcintosh, Miss May, Claremont. 

Smith, C. O., Claremont. 

Ervin. W. W., Catawba. 

Gabriel. J. A., Catawba. 

Harding, Miss Pearl, Hickory, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

McMahand, Miss Reid, Hickory, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 
Johnson, Miss Vada. Hickory. R. F. 



D. No. 1. 

Brown, Miss Kate, Hickory, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Cochran, Miss Catherine, Newton. 

Herman, Miss Elizabeth, Conover. 

Lapsley, Miss Elsie, Newton. 

McRee, John S., Newton. 

Hodges, J. D., Newton. 

Lang, C. E., Newton. 

Hauss, L. H., Hickorv, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Litz, Miss Emma, Newton. 

Rudisill, J. K., Catawba. 

Abernethy, Miss Minnie, Maiden. 

Caldwell, Tate, Maiden. 

Cherry, Miss Emma, Maiden. 
I Powell, Miss Clara, Hickory. 

Whitner, Miss Lizzie, Maiden. 

Whisenant, Miss Jannie, Maiden. 

Fisher, J. W., Sherrill's Ford. 

Hawkins, Miss Ida. Hickorv. 

Johnson, J. W., Henry, R. F. I). 
No. 3. 

Johnson, E. C. Johnson, Hickory. 

Speagle, E. J., Henry. 

Sherrill. L. L., Sherrill's Ford. 

Fulbright, Chas., Hickorv, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Foard, Miss Bertie, Hickorv, II. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Hollar, Chas. Claremont. 

Hollar, Ed., Claremont. 

Little, Miss Mamie, Claremont. 

Blackburn, J. W., Newton. 

Wellinger, Garland, Conover. 

Rice, J. A., Conover. 

Travis, Miss Lela. Conover. 

Fisher, Miss Blanche, Terrell. 

Pool, C. T.. Terrell. 

Smith, Miss Mary, Newton. 

Frazier, Miss Beulah. Claremont. 

Watson. Mrs. Sallie. Hickory. 

Danna, Miss Alma, Newton. 

Norris, Miss Jennie. Hickory. 

Yoder, Miss Stella, Hickory. R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Yoder. Colon, Hickorv. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Womack, L., Terrell. 

Rowe. Miss Mary, Conover. 

Rowe. Miss Anna, Conover. 

Beaver, C. E.. Maiden. 

Baker, Baxter, Hickorv, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 
Whitener, Lee, Newton. 



NEWTON. 

Population, 1909, 3.000. No. white 
polls, 500 ; No. colored polls, 50. 

Value real estate. $411,196; value 
personal property. $303,912 ; tax rate. 
90 cents. 

Bonded debt, $75,000; floating debt. 
$1 ,500. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — L. L. Witherspoon. 

Chief of Police — J. I. Goforth. 

City Clerk— J. H. McLelland. 

Treasurer — J. H. McLelland. 



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Tax Collector— J. I. Goforth. 

City Supt. of Health— (J. H. West. 

Postmaster — W. H. Everhardt. 

R. R. Agent — J. S. Abernethy, 
Southern and C .& N. W. Railway. 

Express Agent — J. S. Abernethy. 

Telegraph Manager — Herbert Wag- 
ner, W. U. Tel. Co. 

Telephone 3Ianagers — H. Q. Blan- 
ton, Piedmont Tel. and Tel. Co 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— K. D. Carroll, Pastor. 

Lutheran — B. L. Stroup, Pastor. 

Methodist— E. W. Fox, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — R. A. Lapsley, Pastor. 

Reformed — Walter W. Rowe, Pas- 
tor. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Shipp, Virginia. 

Piedmont. 

St. Hubert's Inn. 

Fowler House. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Farmers & Merchants, J. H. Yount, 
President: L. H. Phillips. Cashier. 

Shuford National, A. A. Shuford, 
President; A. H. Crowell, Cashier. 
BAKERS. 

Newton Bakery. 

BKIf'K MANUFACTURERS. 

Deal, E. M.. & Co. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Carpenter, P. O. 

Rhyne & Co. 

Rowe, C. M. 
The Garvin Company. 

Gemoyel, Joseph. 

BOOK STORES. 

Freeze. R. P. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Citizen. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Newton Grocery Co. 

Pope Grocery Co. 

Bolick. E. Q. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'R'S. 

Moose, George. 

Warlick, Geo. A. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Newton Cotton Mills. 
Catawba Cotton Mills. 
Clyde Cotton Mills. 
Ridgeview Cotton Mills. 
The Newton Hosiery Mills (Manu- 
facturers of the famous "Black Crow 
Stockings"). 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Smye, J. F. 
Clapp, Clarence. 
Freeze. R. P. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Dakin, R. P. 
Deal. J. S. 
Reynolds & Gaines. 
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Newton Ice & Fuel Co. 
Casper, J. B. ' 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Yount & Schrum. 



Yount, E. H., & Co. 

COTTON GINS. 
Rhyne, Yount & Co. 
Houk Ginning Co. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
The Garvin Company. 
DENTISTS. 
Little, J. B. 
Young, W. H. 
Little, R. A. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Freeze, R. P. 
Clapp, Clarence. 

DOCTORS. 
West, G. H. 
Campbell, J. R. 
Everhart, W. II. 
Long, T. W. 
Yount, J. H. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Carpenter, P. O. 
Rowe, C. M. 
Garvin Co. 
Rhyne & Co. 
Joseph Gemoyel. 
POAVER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 
Southern Power Company. 
FRUIT DEALERS. 
Pope Grocery Co. 
Newton Orocerv Co. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
Moose, George. 
Warlick, G. A. 

FLORISTS. 
Jarrett. Mrs. Frank. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Rowe, M. J., & Co. 
Herman, J. F., & Son. 
GROCERS. 
Newton Grocery Co. 
Pope Grocery Co. 
Smye, J. F. 
Gemoyel, J. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Smyre Hardware Co. 
Rhyne Hardware Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Farmers & Merchants Bank (Fire). 
Lone:, L. F. (Life). 
McLelland & Gaither (Fire). 
Ervin, J. W. (Life). 
Walters. J. W. (Life). 
Kenyon, W. C. (Fire.) 

JEWELERS. 
Hardister, J. W. 
Freeze, R. P. 

LAUNDRIES. 
Newton Steam Laundry. 

LAWYERS. 
Withersnoon. L. L. 
McCorkle, Oeo. 
Feimster. W. C. 
Witherspoon. D. 
Gaither, W. B. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S AND DEALERS. 
Gaither Manufacturing Co. 

MARBLE WORKS. 
Coulter, Geo. E. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
Moose, George. 
Warlick, Geo. A. 



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.MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Newton Bobbin Factory. 

Rhyne, Yount & Co. (Roller Mill). 

Hank Chining Co. 

PAINT AND OIL, DEALERS. 
Smyre Hardware Co. 
Rhyne Hardware Co. 
PAINTERS. 
Owens, B. S. 
Marlowe, Charles. 
Carroll. Louis. 
Allen, J. W. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Rowe, C. M. 
Smyre. J. P. 
Newton Grocery Co. 
Pope Grocery Co. 

PLUMBERS. 
Gates, G. H. 
Martin Plumbing: Co. 
PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Kenyon, W. C. 
Jarrett. Will. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Moose. T. B. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Newton Enterprise. 
Catawba County News. 
The Reformed Standard. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Newton Land & Loan Co. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Setzer, Lee. 

TAILORS. 
Yount. E. H., & Co. 
Yount & Schrum. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALME11S 

Herman &- Son. 
Rowe & Co. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

Taylor, Dr. C. H. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Marlowe, Charlie. 

Owens, B. S. 



HICKORY. 

Population. 1909: 7,500; No. white 
polls, 426; No. colored polls. 123. 

Value real estate. $489,371; value 
personal property. $890,129. 

Tax Rate: .$1.50 on the $100. 

Bonded debt. $111,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Geo. E. Bisanar. 

Chief of Police — P. P. Jones. 

City Clerk— W. L. Clinard. 

Treasurer — W. L. Clinard. 

Tax Collector — P. P. Jones. 

City Attorney— E. B. Cline. 

City Supt. of Health— H. C. Menzies. 

Postmaster — S. M. Hamrick. 

R. R. Agent— W. B. -Southerland. 
Southern Railway and C. & N. W. 
Railway. 

Express Agent — A. A. Yoder, South- 
ern Express Company. 

Telesrraph Manger — R. J. Foster, W. 
U. Telegraph Co. 

Telephone Manager — N. S. Dasher, 
Hickory Electric Co. 



MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— Rev. J. D. Harte. Pastor. 

EpUopal — J. S. Moody, Rector. 

Lutheran— C. L. Miller, Rev. Mr. 
Phillips, J. C. Moser. 

Methodist— P. Britton, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — Rev. J. G. Garth, 
Pastor. 

German Reformed — Dr. J. L. Mur- 
phy, Pastor. 

COLLEGES. 
Faculty of Lenoir College. 

R. L. FRITTS, President, Philoso- 
phy and Mathematics. 

W. J. STIREWALT, Ancient Lan- 
guages. 

G. H. HARTWIC. English. 

REV. M. L. STIREWALT, Econo- 
mics and Greek. 

PROF. II. G. WHITMORB, Natural 
Science. 

W. H. LITTLE, History and Mod- 
ern Languages. • 

REV. C. L. MILLER, Bible and 
Christian Evidences. 

DR. K. A. PRICE, Physiology. 

MTSS LILLIE HALLMAN, Music. 

MISS MARIE SAWYER, Expres- 
sion. 

MRS. EDWIN CHADWICK, Voice. 

MISS FRANCES DeWALD, Art. 

MISS MAGGIE WOODS, Business 
Department. 

Faculty of Claremont College. 

JOSEPH L. MURPHY. President. 

JOHN H. KELLER. Dean. 

MRS. J. H. KELLER, Lady Prin- 
cipal. 

RHEA D. SOURP.EER. English. 

MISS MARY HELLER. Mathe- 
matics. 

SIC NOR D'ANNA, Musical Director. 

MTSS ROSE SHT'FORD. Piano. 

MRS. J. L. MURPHY, Chorus Di- 
rector. 

MISS DESALD PRTCE. Art. 

MRS. J. H. KELLER. Expression. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 

Hotel Huffry. 

Marshall Hotel. 

Central Hotel. 

Charter House. 

Whites. 

Pope, J. D. 

Robinson, Raymond. 

Robinson, Mrs. .T. W. 

Freeman. Mrs. C. C. 

Flagler, L. 

Green, Mrs. Rosa. 

Tatten. Mrs. Laurn 

Barces. Miss Eugene. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

First National Bank — A. A. Shu- 
ford, President ; K. C. Menzies, 
Cashier. 

Hickory Banking and Trust Co. — 
J. F. Ahernethy, President; W. F. 
Reid, Cashier. 

BAKERS. 

Ellington. C. W. 

Rice, M. A. 



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BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Poovev, L. W. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Link, A. C. 

BOOK STORES, 

Moser, A. L., Vandyke Book and 
Art Shop. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Hammond & Johnson. 

Bost & Newton. 

Shell & Flagler. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 

Abernethy Hardware Co. 

Henkle Live Stock Co. 

Abernethy, A. S.. & Son. 
CLUBS. 

Hickory Club. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

E. L. Shuford Hickory Seed Co. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Hickory Hosiery Mills. 

Ives Cotton Mill. 

Brookford Cotton Mill. 

Shuford Mills. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Whitener & Martin. 

Ellington, E. W. 

Hammond & Johnson. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Edwards, J. M. 

Elliott Building Co. 

Abee & Hart. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Hickory Coal & Ice Co. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 

Gilbert. W. L.. Secret;! rv 

COTHIERS AND MEN'S FUR- 
NISHERS. 

Martin Clothing Co. 

Moretz-Whitener Clothing Co. 
COTTON GINS. 

Bumsrarner, R. M. 

Cline, J. T. 

DENTISTS. 

Ramsay. W. B. 

White. W. A. 

Biddex. J. C. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Shuford. C. M. 

Martin. W. S.. & Co. 

Moser & Lutz. 

DOCTORS. 

Shuford, J. H. 

Menzies. H. C. 

Abernethy, W. L. 

Abernethy, H. L. 

Stevenson, T. F. 

Blackburn. T. C. 

Whiteside. B. F. 

Johnson. J. T. 
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Bowles, J. A. 

Setzer & Sous. 

Field, T. E. 

Moretz, McCoy. 

Allen, J. F. 

Stevenson, R. W. 

Setzer & Russell. 

Harris & Little. 

Burns & Co. 



FOWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Thornton Light & Power Co. 
FRUIT DEALERS. 

Whitener & Martin. 

Hammond & Johnson. 

Willis. J. H. 

Bost & Newton. 

Flanagan, M. I>. 

Burns & Martin. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S 

Whitener & Martin. 

Setzer & Sons. 

Field, T. E. 

Propst, N. W. 

Bost & Newton. 
FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Hammond & Johnson. 

Willis, J. H. 

Depot Cafe. 

^Yhitener & Martin. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Piedmont Foundry & Machine Co. 
FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Shuford, J. W. 

Hatcher Furniture Co. 

WHOLESALE GROCERS. 

Hickory Grocery Co. 

Patrick-Mostelley Co. 

Hickory Provision Go. 

RETAIL GROCERS. 

Whitener & Martin. 

Post & Newton. 

Hammond & Johnson. 

Setzer & Russell. 

Setzer & Sons. 

Burns & Martin. 

Field. T. E. 

P.urns & Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Clinard & Lyerly (Fire). 

Hickorv Insurance & Realty Co. 
(Fire). 

Clinard, F. A. (Life.) 

Martin, L. N. (Life.) 

JEWELERS. 

Bisanar, Geo. E. 

Mace & Rhodes. 

LAUNDRIES. 

Leach, J. L.. Pronrietor. 
LAWYERS. 

Whitener, A. A. 

Cline, E. B. 

Yount, M. H. 

Whitener, C. L. 

Self. W. A. 

Bncbv. G. W. 

Russell, D. L. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S AND DEALERS. 

Hutton & Bourbonnair Co. 

Hickory Novelty Co. 

Hickorv Manufacturing Co. 
MACHINERY DEALERS. 

Abernethy Hardware Go. 

Piedmont Foundry & Machine Co. 

Shuford Hard ware Go. 
MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Piedmont Wagon Co. (Wagons). 

Hickory Flour Mill. 

Hickory Manufacturing Co. (Build- 
ing Materials). 

Hickory Novelty Co. (Building Ma- 



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terial.) 

Martin Furniture Co. 
Hickory Furniture Co. 
Latta-Martin I'uinp Co. (Pumps). 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Shuford Hardware Co. 
Ingold, F. B. 
Aliernethy Hardware Co. 

PAINTERS. 
Abee, J. E . 
Kestler, Grover. 
Cody, Chas. 
Setzer. John. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Field. T. E. 
Setzer & Russell. 
Harris & Little, 
Setzer & Sons. 

PLUMBERS. 
Martin. W. N. 
Hutton, A. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Morrison Bros. Co. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Hardin. C. M. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Clay Printing Co. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Haithcoek, J. E. 
Campbell, S. D. 
Buchanan. Z. B. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Catawba Lutheran — C. L. Miller, 
Editor. 

Hickory Democrat — W. E. Holbrook, 
Editor. 

Lenoirian — C. W. Cromer, Editor. 
Reformed Church Standard — J. L. 
Murphy, Editor. 

Times-Mercury — J. F. Click, Editor. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Edwards J. M. (and other build- 
ers' supplies). 
Field. T. E. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS 
Shuford. .T. W. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Wolf. Dr. R. W. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Abee. J. E. 
Kestler. Grover. 
Hawn. .T. M. 



Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Long. Dr. F. Y. 

GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Coulter & Little. 

Long, J. W., & Co. 

Little, J. D. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Catawba Inn. 

Sherrill, W. L. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Catawba Inn Stables. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Catawba Tanning Co., J. J. Smith & 
Sons, Proprietors. 

COTTON GINS. 

Lawrence. J. W. 

Lawrence & Lenard (Brick Manu- 
facturers). 



CATAWBA. 

Population. 1909. white, 300; col- 
ored. 100. total, 400. 

Value real estate. $21,000; value per- 
sonal propertv, if 50,000 ; tax rate, 25 
cents per $100. 

3Iayor— J. H. Sherrill. 

Postmaster — T. E. Harwell. 

Chief of Police— W. B. Huitt. 

R. R. Asrent— F. E. Booth, South- 
ern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — F. E. Booth, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baotist — C. E. Robinson, Pastor. 

Methodist — J. M. Price, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Public School — Miss Annie Barnes. 



CliAREMOXT. 

Population, 1909, white, 350; col- 
ored, none; total. 350. 

Value real estate. $5,000 ; value per- 
sonal property, $47,500; tax rate, 25 
cents. 

Mayor — J. H. Moser. 

Postmaster — J. M. Isenhour. 

Chief of Police— N. H. Huffman. 

R. R. Agent— O. L. Coulter, South- 
ern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph— O. L. Coulter. 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Tennessee Lutheran — Walter Wise, 
Tastor. 

Ohio Lutheran — .T. H. W. Hoen. 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Smith, Rev. C. O.. Principal. 

Mcintosh. May. 

Baker, Anna. * 

DOCTORS. 

Moser, D. M. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Moser, D. M. 

GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Lay-Yoder & Co. 

Hope, W. A. 

Holler. R. P. 

Hope. A. F. 

Moser. J. H. (Groeerv.) 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Moser, J. H. 

Setzer. C. E. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 

Kellev, Mrs. ,T. D. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Huitt, R. R. (Flour Mill). 

Moser, J. H., & Co. (Saw Mill and 
Threshing). 

Yount, J. R., & Co. (Saw Mill). 

Farmers' Ginning Co. 

COTTON GINS. 

Smyre-Huitt & Co. 



CONOVER. 

Population, 1909: White. 400; 
ored. 100; total. 500. 

Tax Rate: 25c. on the $100. 



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Mayor — T. L. Hunsucker, 

Postmaster, J. L. Isenhour. 

Chief of Police, Q. E. Simmons. 

K. R. Agent — W. W. Hunsucker, 
Southern Railway and C. & N. W. 
Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — Piedmont Tele- 
graph Company. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Lutheran — Rev. Paul Bischoff, Pas- 
tor. 

Reformed — Rev. Keller, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — Rev. Lapslev, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Concordia College, Prof. G. A. Rem- 
oter, President. 

DOCTORS. 

Tount, D. McD. 

Herman, F. L. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Yount. D. McD. 

GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Isenhour, P. E., & Son. 

Yount, J. A. 

Herman, E. A. 

Huitt. B. A., & Son. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Conover Inn — Mrs. Anna Huitt, 
Proprietor. 

MAX!' F ACTURING PLANTS. 

J. Hunsucker Handle Co. 

Herman Manufacturing Co. 

Conover Roller Mills. 

Yount & Shell. 



MAIDEN. 

Population. 1909: White. 800; col- 
ored, 25; total, S25. 



Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty, $300,000. 

Tax Rate: :',:; L-3c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — R. L. Whitencr. 

Postmaster — W. L. Bolick. 

Chief of Police— (J. W. West. 

R. R. Agent— A. S. Martin, C. & N. 
W. R. R. 

Manager Telegraph — A. S. Martin, 
Western Uuion Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— T. S. Coble, Pastor. 

Baptist — J. C. Hoyle, Pastor. 

Lutheran — .T. L. Cromer, Pastor. 

German Reform — J. C. Clapp, Sup- 
ply- 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

South Fork Institute — Prof. Honey- 
cutt, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Maiden — O. L. Cromer, 
President; B. M. Spratt, Cashier. 
GROCERS. 

liogers, John. 

Abernathy & Co. 

Freed, J. C. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Cromer. J. L. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Rabb. Carpenter & Co. 

Whitener, R. L. 

Rudisille, R. A. 

Carnenter, M. F. 

Hawn, J. P. 

Ileafner & Taylor. 



LIVERY 

Taylor, M. P. 
Keener, G. W. 



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CHATHAM COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, PITTSBORO. 



Formed in 1770. Named in honor of Villiam Pitt, Earl of Chatham. 

Area: S00 square miles. 

Population: 23,912. White males, T, o3 ; white females, 7,810; negro males, 
1,098 ; negro females, 4,241 ; foreign born, 28. 

Value of real estate, $2,183,228; value of personal property, $1,S25,779. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites. $4,209,540; by negroes, $263,340. 

No. of Schools: For whites. SI; for negroes, 38. 

Tax Rate:.. County purposes, 23 2-3c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 10c; 
special, 3c. 

Public Roads:.. No. miles, 600. Worked by taxation. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic & Yadkin Railroad, 24.99 miles, assessed value $249,845.61 

Seaboard Air Line Railway. ls.r,o miles, assessed value 373,775.75 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 4,051.03 

Swift Refrigerator & Transportation Co., Chicago, assessed value 1,000.00 

Pullman Company, Chicago, assessed value 1.244.57 

Mathews Telephone Company, assessed value 2,025.00 

Cape Fear Telephone Company, assessed value 1,475.00 

Chapel Hill Telephone Company, assessed value 225.00 

Pittsboro Telephone & Telegraph Company, assessed value 250.00 

Southern Bell Telephone Company, assessed value 960.00 

Western Union Telearranh Company, assessed value 7,381.81 

D & S. C. Railroad, 17.88 miles, assessed value 89,400.00 

D. & Charlotte Railroad, 5.27 miles, assessed value 15,430.00 

Superior Court Terms: First week. in May, February and August, and 
second week in November. August for civil cases only. 

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COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— J. L. Griffin, 
Pittsboro. 

Sheriff' — .T. J. Jenkins. Pittsboro. 

Register of Deeds — H. <;. Dorsett, 
Pittsboro. 

Treasurer — J. ,T. Jenkins, Pittsboro. 

Co. Supt. of Health— L. E. Farth- 
ing. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — R. P. John- 
son. 

Supt. Co. Home— W. H. Ward. 

Co. Board of Education— J. B. At- 
water. Bynum; A. R. Norwood, By- 
num, R. P. D. No. 1: B. B. Phillip's, 
Bear Creek, R. P. D. No. 1. 

County Commissioners — S. W. Har- 
rington, Corinth : A. J. Lane, Siler 
City; N. J. Wilson, Apex, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

County Board of Elections — Jacob 
Thompson, (chrrn.) : J. B. Cleffu. J. 
G. Hamlet. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Albright Township — M. F. Overman. 
Liberty ; S. S. Jones. Staley ; S. P. 
Teague. Siler City. 

Baldwin — W. A. Snipes. Lambsville ; 
J. H. Norwood, Byuum; J. J. Peoples, 
Bynum. 

Center— H. W. Farrell. Pittsboro; 

F. L. May. Pittsboro. 

Bear Creek— A. E. Cox, Fall Creek; 
E. B. Branson, Harpers X Roads; I!. 
A. Phillips, Harpers X Roads. 

Cape Fear— J. H. Cotton. Corinth: 
J. D. Mclver, Corinth; John Bell, 
Moncure. 

Hadley — Thos. S. Perry, Lindley , 
Manly Lindley, Lindley; M. H. 
Woody, Silk Hope. 

Hickory Mount — J. R. Blair, Kim- 
bolton ; J. M. Heck. Kimbolton. 

-Matthews — A. H. Perry, Siler City ; 

G. W. Womble, Siler City. 

New Hope — R. J. Yates. Merry 
Oaks; N. J. Wilson, New Hill. R.' F. 
D. ; F. M. Holleman, L .R. Seymore, 
J. R. Matthews. 

Oakland — B. F. Williams, Moncure, 
R. F. D. No. 1; H. R. Harward, Mon- 
cure. 

Gulf— G. W. Blalock, Fear Creek. 

Risrgshee — E. A. Dollar, Risrsrsbee : 
A. T. Bolinsr, Chapel Hill: R. F. 
Johnson. Hackney. 

Rock Rest — A. F. Whitaker, Roscoe; 
W. H. Hearne, Bynum. 

Williams — IT. D. Mason, Morrisville ; 
T. B. Fearrington, J. B. Harward. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Baptist — L. R. Dixon, Mt. Vernon 
Springs; O. B. Mitchell, Mt., Vernon 
Springs. 

Christian — P. T. Klapp, Pittsboro. 

Methodist — L. N. Chapin, Bynum. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Silk Hope— S. J. Husketh, Principal, 
Siler City. 



PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Taylor, J. N., Bvnum. 

Upchurch, C. G., New Hill, R. F. D. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Perry, G. W.. Silk Hope. 

Womble, J. N., Grove. 

Perry, DeWitt. Kimbolton. 

Burke, Edgar, Kimbolton. 

Williams & Co., Riggsbee. 

Dollar, E. A., Chapel Hill, R. F. D. 

Womble & Moore, Bynum. 

Mann-Tillman, Bynum. 

Atwater-Lambeth. Bynum. 

Brewer, W. H., Fall Creek. 

Henderson. J .T.. Bynum. 

Council, J. F., & Bro., Morrisville. 
COTTON GINS. 

Womble, J. D., Pittsboro. 

Williams Co., Riggsbee. 

Blake, J. C. Chapel Hill. 

Peoples, J. J., Belevor. 

Carroll, T. E., Hadley. 

Davis, J. C, Merry oaKs. 

Perry, DeWitt. Kimbolton. 

Perry. G. W., Silk Hope. 

Fearrington, E. M., Riggsbee. 

Burns & Seagroves, Cumnock. 

Bynum, OoorLce. Pittsboro. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Chatham Roller Mill Co., Bynum. 

Williams Co., Riegsbee. 

Perry, G. W., Silk Hope. 

Lockville Roller Mill, LoekviHe. 

Mclver, J., M.. Gulf. 

SAW MILLS. 

Nooe, B., Pittsboro. 

Bland, T. M., Pittsboro. 

Perry. G. W., Silk Hope. 

Eddins Co., Moncure. 

Diggs Co.. Lockville. 

Seawell Co., Lockville. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Bryan, Miss A. Laura, Moncure. 

Bland. Miss Rose, Bear Creek. 

Jones, Charley R., Boaz. 

Forrester, Charles, Ore Hill, No. 1. 

Ellis, Miss Daisy D., Ore Hill, No. 1. 

Harmon, Miss Nora, Pittsboro. 

Bynum, Miss Mary W., Beaumont. 

Phillips, J. W., Jr., Bear Creek. 

Brown, Miss Emma, Ore Hill, No. 1. 

Bvrd. Miss T. Ethel, Morrisville, 
K. F. D. No. 1. 

Henley, Miss Cornie, Ore Hill. 

Teasne, Miss Lorena A., Siler City, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Richardson, H. F., Siler City. 

Latta, Miss Erma, Apex, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Knight. Miss Moxie, Gulf. 

Buckiier. Miss Annie, Siler City. 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Thomas, Miss Margaret, Pittsboro, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Harward, Miss Mattie. Cumnock. 

Barber. Mrs. Mary A., Pittsboro. 

Thompson, Mrs. Mattie A.. Pitts- 
boro. 

Phillips, A. B., Fall Creek. 

Walters. A. M., Slier City. 



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Farrell, H. W., Pittsboro. 

Moses, Miss Eliza, Goldston. 

Siler, Miss Lillie A., Goff. 

Durham, B. C, Frosty. 

Rives, Mrs. Jessie P., Bear Creek. 

Farrell, Mrs. Eunice E., Merry oaks. 

Yates. Otis AY., Morrisville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Cole, L. E., Pittsboro, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Tysor, James L., Siler City. 

Pool, Lewis, New Hill. 

Hatch, Miss Josie, Pittsboro. 

Nooe, Mrs. Alice L., Pittsboro. 

Burns, W. Merritt, Cumnock. 

Walters, R. D., Manndale. 

Harden, Miss Emma, Ore Hill. 

Mitchell, O. B., Mt. Vernon Springs. 

Harward, Miss Floyd, Morrisville, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Mann, Walter, Roscoe. 

Durham, Miss Lillian E.. Pittsboro. 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Williams, Miss Alice, Sanford. R. v . 
D. No. 4. 

Hadlev, Miss Alice. Snow Camp, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Straughan, Miss Addie B., Pittsboro, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Lutterloh, Miss Bettie, Pittsboro, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Webster. Mrs. D. L.. Siler City. 

Pearce. Miss Anna, Siler Clj ,v. R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Jones, Mrs. H. B., People**. 

Olive, Miss Foy J., Apex, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Johnson, Miss Addie Lois, Moncurt. 

Council, Miss Bettie, Siler City. 

Hackney, J. J., Jr., Bynum, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Clegg, Miss Cornelia. Siler City. 

Harris, Thomas S., Frosty. 

Smith, Miss Mary, Siler City. 

Thompson, Miss Alma R., Siler City, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Burns, Miss Beatrice, Pedlars Hills. 

Kidd, J. W.. Harpers X Roads. 

Gilbert, J. Bailey, Siler City, It. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Wicker, Miss ValeslM, Goldston. 

Lindlev, Miss Elsie. fn>w r ';i;.ip- R- 
F. D. No. 2. 

Ellis, Van E., Slier City, It. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Smith, E. R., SUi-r City, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Gilbert, Miss Saukie. Ore TL11. 

Poe, Mrs. Fannie O., Oold.ston. 

Jordan, Miss Flora V., Brush Greek. 

Dixon, N. R., Siler City. R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Lambeth, Miss Julia. Iiynuni. 

Watson, R. J., Rives Chapel. 

Atwater, Mrs. J. N.. Bynum. 

Holleman, A. T., Ascend. 

Clarke, Mrs. Marv f>., Kimbolton. 

Phillips, N. C, Bear OreeK, If. F. 

D. No. 1. 
Lillie, Miss Dahlia, Pittsboro. 



Murchison, Miss Nannie M.. Gulf. 

Womble, Miss Vallie, Goldston. 

Bynum, Miss Ida, Pittsboro. 

Harden, Miss Nova, Harpers Cross 
Roads. 

Lutterloh, Chas. H., Pivtdboro. R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Webster, Miss Callie, Siler City, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Johnson, Miss Pearle, Pittsboro. 

Farrell, Roscoe M., Pittsboro. 

Ferrell, Miss Cordelia, Durham, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Hortou, Miss Cassie M., Merry Oaks. 

Dark, Miss Fannie, Roscoe. 

Clarke, L. T., Apex, R. F. O. No. 4. 

Norwood, Miss Annie, Chapel Hill. 

Buckner, L. T., Siler City, It. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Lindlev, Mrs. E. G., Snow Camp, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Thom, Miss Bessie L., Siler City. 

Palmer, C. C, Goldston. 

McDonald, Miss Cornelia, New Hill, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Tally, Miss Mary S., Bear Creek, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Etheredire, Miss Julia F., Ore Hill. 

Pike, D. V., Siler City, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Lindlev, Mrs. Ida H., Snow Camp, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Newland, Mahlon, Saxapahaw. 

Massey, Miss Vallie D., Durham. 

Green. Miss Grace, Beaumont. 

Husketh, S. J., Siler City, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Whitley, Miss Ruth, Moncure. 

Stalvev, A. B., Pittsboro. 

Sharpe, C. C, Siler City. 

Franklin, E. R., Merry Oaks. 



PITTSBORO. 

Incorporated in 1785. 

Population, 1900: White, 275; col- 
ored, 150; total. 425. 

Value real estate, $85,781.26; value 
personal property, $93,000. 

Tax Kate: 15c on $100 and 45 on 
poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — B. Nooe. 

Postmaster — Mrs. Annie Chapin. 

Chief of Police — W. L. Powell. 

B. K. Agent— B. M. Poe, S. A. L. 

Manager Telegraph — J. F. Alston, 
Pittsboro Telegraph & Telephone Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — A. R. Shaw. 

Baptist— R. B. Lineberry. 

Methodist — V. A. Royall. 

Episcopal — W. L. Mellersham. 
SCHOOLS AN)) ACADEMIES. 

Pittsboro High School— A. B. Stal- 
vey, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Pittsboro— W. L. London, 
President; M. T. Williams, Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Farthing, L. E. 



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Chapin, H. T. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Pilkington, G. R. 

GENERAL, MERCHANDISE. 

London, W. L. & Son. 

I'.ynum, A. J., & Son. 

Auburn, Bland & Co. 

Womble, L. N. 

.Johnson, J. J., & Son. 

Brooks, G. H. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Pittsboro Hotel — Mrs. R. M. Burns, 
Prop. 

Exline House— Mrs. L. R. Exline, 
Prop. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Hill, N. M. 

Clark, A. B. 

Lanier, J. C. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Chatham Cotton Oil Co. 
Elizabeth Hosiery Mills. 

SAW MILLS. 

Williams, P. C, ^ Co. 
Nooe, B. 



SILER CITY, 

Incorporated in 1887. 
Population, 1909: 1,000. (estimated.) 
Value Real Estate, X174.915; value 
personal property, $133,265.60. 
Tax Rate: 79 2-3c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — C. N. Bray. 

Postmastei — L. L. Wrenn. 

Chief of Police — John C. Cheek. 

R. R. Agent — C. E. Kinnerman, 
Southern Railway Co. 

Manager Telegraph — C. E. Kinner- 
man, Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Matthews Telephone Co. — C. N. 
Bray, Pres. ; E. T. London, Mgr. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist Episcopal, South — E. 1>. 
Craven, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — J. R. Hutton, 
Pastor. 

Baptist — (Supplied at present.) 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Siler City Graded School — C. C. 
Sfu.rp, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

The Chatham Bank— F. M. Hadley, 
President; L. Ij. Wrenn. Vice-Presi- 
dent ; W. S. Edwards. Cashier. 

Siler City Loan & Trust Co. — O. A. 

Hannah, Pres.; E. B. Parks, Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Edwards, J. D. 
Edwards. S. R. 
Kirkman, T. A. 
Edwards, W. H. 



DRUGGISTS. 

Siler City Drug; Store — G. E. Mat- 
thews, Mgr. ; W. P. Matthews, Asst. 
GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Wrenn Bros. Co. 
Fox & Co. 
Fox, D. G., & Son. 
Vestal. Miss Kate. 
Farmers' Alliance Co-Operative 
Store. 
Smith & Morley. 

JEWELERS. 

Edwards, Tod R. 

GENERAL MERCHANTS. 
The Ladies' Emporium. 
Smith & Perry. 

Stout Bros. (Gent's Furnishings.) 
Riddle-Boling & Brown. 
Furniture Store. 
Teague & Lambe. 
Johnson, J. N. 
The Hardware Store. 
Gregson & Dorsette. 
Webster-Paschal Co. 
Citv Meat & Grocery Co. 
Durham. W. S. 
Cooper. W. B.. & Son. 
Roberts iV- Morley. 
.Jordan & Chavis. 
Langley, D. B. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
The Hotel Hadley. 
Hotel Chatham. 



Tysor House. 
White Cafe. 
Siler City Cafe. 
LIVERY 



STABLES. 



Silver City Livery— J. M. Morley, 
Prop. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Lane & Edwards. 

Stout Bros. Tjumber Co. 

Lambe Manufacturing Co. 

Smith & Hadley. 

Hisrh Point Rending & Chair Co. 

Hadley-Peonles Manufacturing Co. 

Chatham Manufacturing Co. 

Hill & Forrester. 

Harper, Ralph, Repair & Shoeing 



Shop. 
Bottling 



Works. 

LAWYERS. 

J. George, Jr. 



Hannah, 
Siler, W. D. 
Dixon, R. H. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Straus'hon, 1j. S. (Life). 

Hannah. J. George (Fire, Burglary 
and Bonding). 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Siler City Grit— I. S. London, Editor 
and Proprietor. 



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CHEROKEE COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, MURPHY. 



Formed in 1839. Named in honor of Cherokee Indians who once dwelt 
there. 

Area, 500 square miles. 

Population, 13,000. White males, 0,000 ; white females, 6,200; negro 
males, 480; negro females. :;•_'(». 

Value of real estate. $1,595,614; value of personal property, $1,895,220. 

Property listed in 1909 by white, $3,489,800; by negroes, $1,034. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 57; for negroes, 3. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 66 2-3 on the $100; roads and bridges, 15 
cents; special. 8 cents; county bonded debt, $2,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 80. Worked by free labor, convict and special 

tax. 

RAILBOiD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Railway, 23.97 miles, assessed value i S39S.316.48 

Louisville & Nashville Railroad, 13.16 miles, assessed value 79,260.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 2,228.48 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 1 ,369.74 

Cherokee Telephone Co.. assessed value 1,50 

Snow Bird Valley Railroad, 7.50 miles, assessed value 9,756.67 

Superior Court Terms : April 4th. August Sth, November 7th. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — A. A. Fain, 
Murphy. 

Sheriff — A. B. Dicky. Murphy. 

Register of Deeds— A. L. Johnson, 
Murphy. 

Treasurer— A. G. Deweese, Murphy. 

Coroner— O. W. Evans, Ranger. 

Surveyor — Asker Anderson, Culber- 
son. 

Co. Supt. of Health— S. C. Highway. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— A. L: Martin. 

Supt. of County Home — S. L. An- 
derson, Murphy. 

Co. Board of Education — S. W. 
Davidson, W. G. Sparks, Capt J. 
M. Richardson. 

County Commissioners — W. M. Mor- 
row, Nina ; Theodore Kilpatrick, 
Hiawassee; W. .T. Martin, Murphy. 

County Board of Elections — R. H. 
Sneed, N. Z. Deweese. Julius Martin. 
JUSTICES OE THE PEACE. 

Murphv Township — .T. S. White, 
Grandview; P. E. Nelson. Murphy; 
J H. Woods, Murphy. 

Hot House — I. M. Gaddis, Guy; J. 
W. Newman, Hot House; Jack Bill, 
Hot House. 

Notta — John Anderson, Culberson; 
Ben Fox, Ranger. 

Shoal Creek — Tom Allen, Bud Hood, 
W. L. Voils, Suit. 

Valleytown — Tom Long, John Leach, 
John Brady. 

Beaver Dam — E. H. Bute, Jack 
Crow, Unaka. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

E. A. Deweese, Grady; J. L. Mus- 
key, W. A. Hembell, Unaka ; Ben. Led- 
fofd. Ranger; W. H. Hogsed, Persim- 
mon ; W. F. McGee. Culberson ; I. F. 



Sneed, Grandview; Gay Bryant. Pos- 
tell; Marion Underwood, Wehutty; 
<;. T. Burger, Suit. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Belview High School W. K. John- 
son. Principal, Cobbs. 

Unaka High School — Geo. Kimsey, 
Principal, Unaka. 

Oak Grove Academy, Grover Marts, 
Principal, Murphy. 

Marble Iligii School, Jas. Loving- 
good. Principal. Marble. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Stiles. Allen, Unaka. 

Crawford. J. H.. Unaka. 

G.i steel, L .R., Culberson. 

Henry, S. B., Suit. 

Mason, C. C, Brnsstown. 

Walker, W. F., Ranger. 

Whitcombe. Ernest, Oirreeta. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Dicky & Lovingood, Grandview. 

Odeli, Scott, Brady. 

Lovingood & Dicky. Murphy. 

Trull & Bryson, Marble. 

Abernathy, N. A.. Marble. 

Hyatt, J. W„ Culberson. 

Brittain. Will. Peachtree. 

Hartness, Jas., Suit. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Lovingood, S. W.. near Murphy. 

Patton, Mrs. Martha, Grandview. 

Haves, J. T.. Tomntla. 

SAW MILLS. 

Lovingood, S. W., Murphy. 

Wood, O .P., Grandview. 

Davis, D. S.. Brady. 

Empire Lumber Co., Murnhy. 

SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Mauney, L. E., Murphy. 
Abernathy, Miss Pearl, Murphy. 
Mavfield, Miss Bertha. 



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Brittain, Miss Winnie, Murphy. 

Eagle, Miss Jennie, Murphy. 

Harwood, J. II., Andrews. 

Kinsey, -Mrs. Oliver, Andrews. 

Mathison, Miss Lola, Andrews. 

Mathison, Wm. L. Andrews. 

Ferguson, Miss Minnie, Murphy. 

Lovinsood, J. M.. Marble. 

Parker, Miss Pearl. Marble. 

Parker, J. V.. Marble. 

Sneed, Bent. Tomotla. 

Lovingood, R. D., Murphy. 

Moore, AY. E., Murphy, R. F. D. 
No. fl. 

Brendle, Bird, Brasstown. 

Callie, Farmer. Unaka. 

Leatlierwood, Miss Addie. Murphy. 

Rogers, Miss Lillian, Murphy. 

Lovinsood. Miss Ellie, Murphy. 

Brendle, Miss Eugene, Brasstown. 

Brendle. Miss Carrie, Brasstown. 

TS'est. W. M., Murphy. 

Stratton. Miss Mattie, Ogreeta. 

Lovingood, Noah, Murphy. 

Shearer. Miss Bessie, Patrick. 

Tweed. Miss Linda, Murphy. 

Christopher, F. O., Lelitia. 

Martin, Harvey, Murphy. 

Cunningham, Miss Maggie, Brass- 
town. 

Ferguson, Miss Mamie, Murphy. 

Casteel, Miss Myrtle, Culberson.. 

Lovingood, Miss Fannie, Murphv, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Casteel, Radcliff, Culberson. 

Johnson, Oscar, Grape Creek. 

Sneed, Miss Bessie, Marble. 

Doekery. Miss Bessie. Andrews. 

Hatehett. Will. Cobbs. 

Johnson. W. K., Cobbs. 

Odom. W. O., Ogreeta. 

Sherrill, Miss Clara, Murphy. 

Stuart. Miss Vienna, Murphy. 

Cunningham. Robert. Murphy. 

Shearer, Emma. Patrick. 

Martin, Jeff., Murphy. 

Stepp. G. W\. Topton. 

Nichols, W. A.. Culberson. 

Kinsey, Geo. W., Unaka. 

Scross's. T. C. Unaka. 

Burnette. Mrs. Berdetta. Culberson. 



MURPHY. 

Incorporated in 18.89. 

Population, 1909: White, 1,300; col- 
ored. 300; total, 1,600. 

Value real estate, $253,869; value 
personal property, $10,011.31. 

Tax Rate: 90 cents on the $100. 

Mayor — P. E. Nelson. 

Postmaster — D. W. Deweese. 

Chief of Police— M. Patton. 

R. R. Agent— A. S. Clark, Southern 
Railway ; J. H. Jones, L. L. & N. 
Railroad. 



Manager Telegraph — C. B. Hill. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist — J. II. Hopkins, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Murphy Graded School, L. E. 
Mauney, Principal. 

Baptist High School — Mr. Craig, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Murphy — J. H. Carter, 
President; L. E. Bayless, Cashier. 

First National Bank of Murphy — 
A. B. Dicky, President; Frank Dicky, 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Hill, Julius. 

Meroney, B. B. 

Adams, N. B. 

Abernethy, J. F. 

Highway, S. C. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Meroney, B. B. 

Morgan, Ralf. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Hyatt. R. H. 

Caudle & Brown. 

Dicky, A. B. 

Fain, J. E. 

Bates ,Theo. W. 

Griffith. W. H. 

Wood, J. n. 

Nelson, P. E„ & Son. 

Hill, C. B. 

Cooper. Willard. 

Elliott. W. A. 

Davidson & Son. 

Sneed.' R. H. 

Candler. G. W. 

Wood, J. H. 

Murphy Hardware Co. 

Cherokee Hardware Co. 

Hall, Callie (Hats, etc.) 

Hill Sisters (Millinery). 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 

Hubbard House. Nettie Dicky. 
Patton House, R. V. Wells. 
Cottage Park, Riely Jenkins. 
Beal, Mrs. Mary. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Seward, T. J. 
Cooper, A. L. 
Beal, L. F. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Murphy Furniture Co. 
Woodworking Co. 

Martiu Bros. (Harness and Sad- 
dles). 

Fain, R. M. (Roller Mill). 
Murphy Light & Power Co. 

PLUMBERS. 

Fain & Hale. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

The Scout — Meroney & Towns, Edi- 
tors and Publishers. 



CHOWAN COUNTY. 



143 



CHOWAN COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, EDENTON. 



Named in honor of Chowanoke Tribe of Indians. 

Area: 240 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $1,321,486; value of personal property. $926,026. 

Property listed in 1900 by white, $2,000,S09 ; by negroes. $246,703. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 23 2-3c. on the $100; 7 l-2c. in 1st Town- 
ship and 15c. in others. 

Public Roads: Worked by taxation. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Express Company, assessed value $ 2.30-S.itt 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 295.60 

Norfolk & Carolina Telephone & Tel. Co., assessed value 3,636.00 

Norfolk & Southern Railway, 25. SO miles, assessed value 256,762.85 

Albemarle Steam Navigation Co., assessed value 1,800.00 

Superior Court Terms: Fourth Monday after first Monday in March and 
September. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— C. W. Cofleld, 
Edenton. 

Sheriff — E. S. Normati, Edenton. 

Register of Deeds — W. J. Berry man, 
Edenton. 

Treasurer — F. W. White, Edenton. 

Coroner — T. J. Haskins, Edenton. 

Surveyor — P. Matthew, Edenton. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— J. O. Alder- 
man, Edenton. 

Supt. Co. Home — H. M. Eason, 
Edenton. 

Co. Board of Education — F. A. 
Ward, J. E. Twine, J. M. Forehand. 

Co. Commissioners — Frank Wood, Z. 
W. Evans, W. J. Hollowell, J. B. 
Webb, B. B. Cobb. 

County Board of Elections — J. N. 
Pruden, G. W. Goodwin, E. C. Welch. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Edenton Township — M. H. Dixon, 
M. B. Chappell, S. E. Morris, John 
Maguire, Edenton. 

Second Township — L. R. Bunch, T. 
R. Hollowell, J. H. Churchill, Tyner, 
R. F. D. ; E. C. Welch, W. C. Ward, 
Rvland. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Tynch, J., Rocky Hock. 

White, G. W., Rocky Hock. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Parker, J. R., Tyner, R. F. D. 

Ward, F. A., Gliden. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Ward, A. J., Gliden. 

Ward & Son, Gliden. 

Ward & Spivey, Ryland. 

Elliott, M. S.. Tyner. 

Hollowell & Savage, Tyner. 

Lane. O. E., Tyner. 

Evans, Z. W.. Tyner. 

Perry, W. T. Tyner. 

COTTON GINS. 

Ward, A. J., Tvner, R. F. D. 
Forehand, J. M.. Tvner, R. F. D. 
Elliott, W. H.. Tyner, R. F. D. 
Ward, O. E., Tyner, R. F. D. 
Ward & Spivey, Tyner, R. F. D. 
Evans, Z. W., Tyner, R. F. D. 



Chappell, M. B.. Tyner, R. 1". D. 
Powell Bros., Edenton. 
Speight, W. O., Edenton. 
Edenton Ginning Co., Edentmi. 
Jordan, W. E., Edenton. 
Webb, J. A., Edenton. 
Ward, N. L,. Edenton. 
FLOUR, CORN AND TEED MILLS. 
Brown, M. G., Edenton. 
Evans, Z. W., Tyner, R. F. D. 
Nixon, H. C, Tyner, R. F. D. 

SAW MILLS. 
Brown, M. G., Edenton. 
Branning Mfg. Co., Edenton. 
Evans, Z. W., Tvner, R. F. D. 
Tynch Bros., Tyner, R. F. D. 
Chapnell, M. B., Tvner, R. F. D. 
Ward & Spivev, Tyner, R. F. D. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Baker, Mrs. Maggie, Edenton. 
Bunch, Miss Mary, Tyner. 
Bunch. Miss Myrtle, Edenton. 
Cofleld, Miss Annie, Tyner. 
Oriffin, Miss Mary E.. Edenton. 
Evans, Miss Clarissa Belle, Tyner. 
Evans, Miss Maggie L., Tyner. 
Hollowell, Miss Dixie C. Edenton. 
Hollowell, Mrs. Mary E., Tyner. 
Hudson. Miss Sarah, Tyner. 
Perry, Mrs. Claude. Tyner. 
Webb, Miss Jonas Etta. Tyner. 
Webb, Mrs. J. I'.., Edenton. 



EDENTON. 

Population, 1909: 3.020. 

No. white polls, 279 ; No. 
polls, 279. 

Value real estate. $558,195 
personal property, $367,074. 

Tax Rate: 95c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — E. R. Conger. 
Chief of Police — J. II. Robinson 
City Clerk — Wm. Rim. 
Treasurer — Charles Wood. 
Tax Collector— T. l'. Leary. 
Standard-Keeper — P. L. Rea. 
City Attorney — W. M. Bond. 
City Supt. of Health— II. M. 
Cason. 



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Postmaster— W. J. Leary. 
R. K. Agent — W. S. Summerell. 
Express Agent — M. V. Bond. 
Telegraph .Managers — C. L. Ball, 
Western Onion Telegraph Co. 

Telephone Manager — C. L. Ball. 

MINISTERS AND ( III RCHES. 
Baptist — H. H. Mashburn, Pastor. 
Episcopal — R. B. Drane, Rector. 
Methodist— Rev. J. AY. Patton, Pas- 
tor. 

Presbyterian — F. M. Hawlev, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Edenton Graded Schools. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Bay View. 
Woodard House. 

ARCHITECTS. 
Muth. P. F. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
The Citizens Bank — H. C. Privatt, 
President; C. H. Wood, Cashier. 

Bank of Edenton — Julien Wood, 
President; E. C. Rea. Cashier. 
BAKERS. 
White. W. S. 
Waff, E. S. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Edenton Brick Works. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
Tuttle, R. F. 
Twine. J. E. 
Holmes. J. H., Co. 
Elliott, T. W. 

BOOK STORES. 
Warren Drug Store. 
Mitchener, J. A. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
White. W. T. 
Hughes. M. A. 
Waff. E. S. 
White, F. W. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 
Elliott Buggv Co. 
Privatt, H. C. 
Griffin. C. N. 

CLUBS. 
Motor Boat Club. 
Chowanoke Club. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
Edenton Cotton Mill. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
George, C. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Muth. F. F. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Edenton lee & Cold Storage Co. 
Griffin. .T. R. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
D. B. Biles, President; R. F. Tut- 
tle, Secretary. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Tuttle. R. F. 
Holmes, J. H., Co. 
Lipsetz, W. 

COTTON GINS. 
Edenton Ginning Co. 

DENTISTS. 
Griffin, E. J. 



DRUGGISTS. 

Leggett's Drug Store. 
Warren's Drug Store. 
Mitchener, J. A. 

DOCTORS. 

McMullan, J. H. 

Hoskins, T. J. 

Cason, H. M. S. 

\\ arren, J. W. 

Hines. C. H. (col.) 
DRV GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Holmes, J. H., Co. 

Twine, J. E. 

Elliott, T. W. 

Lipsetz, W. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Town owns its water and light 
plant. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & MT'R'S. 

Privatt. H. C. 

Cofield, C. W. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Brown, O. C. 

White. F. W. 

Woodard. J. A. 

Rea. P. L. 

Bond, J. C. 

Bond. M. F. 

Bland, T. B. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Edenton Iron Works. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Ziegler, L. F. 

Owens. \Villis. 

GROCERS. 

Woodard, J. A. (Wholesale.) 

Albemarle Grocery Co. (Wholesale.) 

Brothers, W. R. 

White, W. S. 

Hughes. M. A. 

White, F. W. 

Coffield. R. E. 

Waff, E. S. 

Jones, J. D. (col.) 

Lee. R. M. (col.) 

Dail, J. C. 

Simpson, J. C. 

Rea. W. D. 

Winder, S. J. 

Williams, H. E. 

Hollowell, N. J. 

Sitter son, J. C. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Bond, J. C. 
Privatt. H. C. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Harris, George B. (Fire.) 
Bond, F. M. (Life.) 
Coke, George H. (Life.) 
McMullan, J. R. 

JEWELERS. 
H. W. Mizzell. 

LAUNDRIES. 
C. S. Arlington. 

LAWYERS. 
Pruden, W. D. 
Pruden. J. N. 
Vann, C. S. 
Bond, W. M. 
Leary, W. J. 
Privatt. W. S. 



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LUMBER M'F'R'S & DEALER3. 

Branning Mfg. Co. 
Brown. M. G. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 

Leary, George W. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Edenton Cotton Mills (Spun y irus.) 
Edenton Peanut Co. (Cleaning and 
selling peanuts.) 

PAINT AND OIL, DEALERS. 
Bond, J. C. 
Privatt, H. C. 

PAINTERS. 
Richardson, B. H. 
Harrell, Z. B. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Bush, A. T. 
Norman, E. S. 
Privatt, H. C. 

PLUMBERS. 

Bell, J. H. 

Leary, G. W. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 

Ziegler, L. F. 
( hveus, Willis. 



PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Mizzell. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Edenton B. & L. Association. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Edenton Transcript — W. 1". Swarin- 
ger. 

Baptist — H. H. Marshburn. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Warren, T. W. 
Privatt, H. C. 
Pruden & Pruden. 
Walker. G. S. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Warren, E. I. 
Privatt, H. C. 
Brown, M. G. 

TAILORS. 
Tuttle. R. F. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMEHS. 
Ziegler, L. F. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Robinson, J. H. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Ziegler, L. F. 
Owens, Willis. 
Hobbs, H. A. 



CLAY COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, HAYESVILLE. 



Formed in 1859. Named in honor of Henry Clay. 
Area: 242 square miles. 
Population: 4,532. 

Value of real estate, $4S4.374 ; value of personal property. $200,437. 
Property listed in 1909 by whites, §471,869 ; by negroes, $895. 
No. of Schools: For whites, 17; for negroes, 1. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, $1.01 2-3c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 
35c; special, 60c. County bonded debt, $7,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 150. Worked by free labor and special taxes. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

None in the County. 

Superior Court Terms: April ISth ; September 19th. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— G. W. Sander- 
son, Hayesville. 

Sheriff — John W. Alexander, Hayes- 
ville. 

Register of Deeds— Janett Thomp- 
son, Hayesville. 

Treasurer — A. J. Jones, Shooting 
Creek. 

Coroner — P. B. Killian, Hayesville. 

Surveyor — E. C. Mose, Hayesville. 

Co. Supt. of Health— J. M. Sulli- 
van, Hayesville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — G. H. Haigler, 
Hayesville. 

Supt. of County Home — D. A. Pra- 
tor, Hayesville. 

Co. Board of Education— John O. 

Scroggs (chrm), S. H. Allison. 
Hayesville; P. N. Tiger, Shooting 
Creek. 

County Commissioners — W. B. Mar- 
tin, (chrm.), Hayesville; A. J. Cole- 



man, Hayesville; G. S. McClure, 
Ogden. 

County Board of Elections — J. M. 
Sullivan, R. R. Alexander, (chrm.), O. 
L. Anderson, Hayesville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Brasstown Township — M. L. F. 
Bodenhamer, Brasstown ; Abner Chas- 
tain, Ogden. 

Hayesville — Geo. L. Lane, Hayes- 
ville; George W. Kinsey, Havesville, 
R. F. D. No. 2; T. C. Leavin, Haves- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 4. 

Hawassee — M. F. Crawford, Hayes- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Shooting Creek — W. II. Hogsed, 
Shooting Creek. 

Tusquittee — R. S. Rolen. Havesville, 
R. F. D. No. 1; A. D. Sellers. Haves- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 1; T. J. Cotbrau. 
Hayesville, R. F. D. No. 1. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOAVNS. 

Methodist — J. R. Warren, Hayesville. 



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Baptist — J. C. Burwell, Hayesville; 
J. T. Piatt, Warne. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

McClure, K. V., Ogden. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Evans, .1. L., Hayesville, R. P. D. 
No. 4. 

Anderson, R. L., Ogden. 

Tiger, P. N., Shooting Creek. 

Allison, R. C Elf. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILES. 

Palmer, J. H., Hayesville. 

Cherry, J. P. & R. C, Hayesville. 

I'enland & Brooks, Hayesville. 
SAW MIEES. 

Tiger, P. N„ Hayesville. 

Hogsed & Tiger, Hayesville. 

McClure & Bristol, Havesville. 

White, J. H. & O. S., Havesville. 
PUBLIC SCHOOE TEACHERS. 

Stalliugs, D. M., Hayesville. 

Stallings, Mrs. D. M., Hayesville. 

Scroggs, Miss Ellen, Hayesville. 

Sullivan, Miss Lura, Hayesville. 

Thompson. Miss Ada, Havesville, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Thompson, Miss Ethel, Hayesville, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Alexander, Miss Eunice, Hayesville. 

Johnson, Miss Bertha, Hayesville, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Evans, Miss Edna, Hayesville, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Davis, Mrs. Mary, Hayesville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Penland, Miss Cassie, Havesville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Penland, Miss Esta, H^esville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

McClure. Miss Donnie, Hayesville, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Matheson, Luther. Hayesville, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Matheson, Pearlev, Havesville, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Murray, Ed., Hayesville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Waldrop, H. O., Hayesville, R. F. 



D. No. 3. 

Evans, A. D., Havesville, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Green, Weaver, Havesville. R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Crawford, W. E., Hayesville, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 



HAYESVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1859. 
Population, 1909: White, 200; col- 
ored, 12; total, 212. 
Value real estate, $12,505. 
Postmaster — Mrs. Edna Anderson. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — J. L. Piatt, Pastor. 
M. E. Church, South — J. J. Motney, 
Pastor. 

M. E. Church — J .R. Warren, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Hayesville High School— D. M. Stal- 
liugs, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Sullivan, J. M. 
Killlan, P .B. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Walker, A. M. 
Anderson. Ed. L. 
Scrogss, John O., & Son. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
McClure House. 
Scroggs House. 
Mrs. Julia Fain. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Logan, C. W. 
Allison, S. H. 
FLOUR. CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Palmer, J. H. 

LAWYERS. 
Harrison, W. H. 
Anderson, O. L. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Clay County Courier — G. H. Haigler, 
Editor. 

BLACKSMITH SHOPS. 
rainier, J. H., Sons. 



CLEVELAND COUNTY. 



COUNTY SEAT, SHELBY. 



Col. Benj. Cleveland. 

12^75; 



negro 



Formed in 1841. Named in honor of of 
Area: 420 square miles. 

Population, 33,000. White males. 12,630; white females, 
males, 3,231; negro females, 3,200; foreign born, 20. 

Value of real estate, $4,119,792; value of personal property, $1,698,610. 
Property listed in 1909 by whites, $6,630,594; by negroes, $161,032. 
No. Schools: For whites, 71: for negroes, 22. 

Tax Rate: County purposes. 61 l-3c. on the $100: roads and bridges, 10c. 
Public Roads: No. miles, 300. Worked by public labor. 

Bond issue of $100,000 in No. 6 (Shelby) goes into effect 1st January, 
1910. controlled by three Highway Commissioners. 
RAILROAD. TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line, 8.77 miles, assessed value $2SS,530.11 

Southern Railway — Carolina Division. 24.80 miles, assessed value. 147.640.85 
Seaboard Air Line Railway. 21.34 miles, assessed value 429,069.69 



CLEVELAND COUNTY. 147 

Lattimore Telephone Co., assessed value 500.00 

The Pullman Co., assessed value 1,476.98 

Piedmont Telephone & Telegraph Co., assessed value 7,558.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 5,104.98 

Sharon Telephone Co., assessed value 500.00 

Boiling Springs Telephone Co., assessed value 300.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 9,498.00 

Lawndale Railroad, 9.06 miles, assessed value 25,000.00 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co., assessed value 3.947.20 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 1,149.54 

Southern Power Co., assessed value 3,011.00 

Superior Court Terms : 1st August ; 7th November, 28th March. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

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. Supt. of Health— T. E. Mc- 
Brayer, Shelby. 

Co. Supt. of SchooIs--B. T. Falls, 
.Shelby. 

Supt. of County Home — G. E. Allen, 
Shelby, R. F. D. 

Co. Board of Education — W. L. 
Plonk, Kings Mountain ; W. T. Calton, 
Shelby ; L. C. Palmer, Lawndale. 

County Commissioners — J. F. 
Roberts, Shelby; M. M. Mauney, 
Shelby, R. F. D. No. 5; J. A. Ellis, 
Lawndale. 

County Board of Elections — J. A. 
Anthony, (chrm.), Shelby; A. P. 
Spoke, Shelby; J. Y. Hamrick, 
Shelby. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

No. 1 Township— B. M. Ellis, J. W. 
Horton, Bysarville; J. M. Allison, J. 
W. McCraw, L. B. Scruggs. 

No. 2 — J. R. Matheny, A. M. Love- 
lace, H. W. Gallimore, J. B. Hamrick, 
I. ,T. Holland, B. B. Harris, O. W. 
Holland, Jr., Marvin Blanton. 

No. 3 — J. M. Roberts, Patterson 
Springs; S. R. Anthony, Shelby, R. 
F. D. No. 2; A. J. Borden, D. G. Web- 
ber. 

No. 4— M. R. Collins, Grover; H. P. 
Allison, Kings Mountain; W. L. 
Plonk, W. R. Hoev, Thos. J. Gibbons. 
No. 5— S. L. Dellinger, Waco; M. P. 
Harrelson, S. B. Jones, T. E. Elliot, 
C. S. Plonk, J. Y. Hord. 

No. 6— J. F. Tiddv, Shelby; S. A. 

I Hoey, Shelby ; M. O. Mclntire, Shelby ; 

S. S. Mauney, J. M. Wilson, Shelbv, 

R. F. D. No. 5; W. J. Roberts, Shelby. 

No. 7 — John Beason, Mooresville; J. 

B. Martin, T. P. Hamrick, Darfer. 

No. 8 — Zimri Kistler, Cleveland 
Mills; J as. A. Beam, J. T. S. Mauney, 
Shelby, R. F. D. No. 5; R. G. Wells, 
Delight; J. A. Ham, Lawndale; S. A. 
Davis. 

No. 9— J. W. Griggs, Cleveland 



Mills; A. J. R Hoyle, Dixon Falls; 
Jas G. Hoyle, B. C. Hicks, Sigham 
Gardner. 

No. 10 — J. A. Carpenter; Knob 
Creek; C. C. Cook, W. S. Johnson, M. 
M. Garrett, W. M. Warlick, J. W. 
Abram. 

No. 11 — J. A. Newton Casar ; M. N. 
Previt, Casar; J. C. Hull, Casar; Mr. 
MeNeilv, J. B. Devinnev. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Baptist — R. N. Hawkins, Shelbv, 
R. F. D. No. 3; J. M. Goode, Moores- 
boro; D. G. Washburn, Depew; A. H. 
Sims, Shelby ; Wallace Mull, Camp ; 
R. F. Newton, Casar; J. D. Bridgers, 
Lattimore, R. F. D. ; A. C. Irvin, 
Shelby, R. F. D. No. 5; J. V. Devin- 
ney, Shelby, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Methodist— W. V. Hunicutt, Bel- 
wood ; E. G. Kilgore, El Bethel ; D. F. 
Carver, Kings Mountain ; W. M. Bor- 
ing, Polkville; E. N. Crowder, Shelby 
Circuit. 

Methodist Protestant — Mr. Reed, 
Fallston. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Fallston High School— F. B. Ham- 
rick, Principal. 

Piedmont High School, Lawndale — 
W. D. Burns, Principal. 

Lattimore High School— W. T. R. 
Bell, Principal. 

Boiling Springs High School — J. D. 
Hudgins. Principal. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Wood, W. J., Shelby, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Champion. C. O., Mooresboro. 

Royster, S. S., Mooresboro. 

Falls, O. G., Kings Mountain. 

Hunter, B. R., Kings Mountain. 

McKay, J. L., Kings Mountain. 

Hoard, J. G., Kintjs Mountain. 

Aydlotte, J. P., Earl. 

Evans, G. T., Waco. 

Gold, G. M., Polkville. 

P.ilmer, V. J., Polkville. 

Self. L. L., Cleveland Mills. 

Edwards, A. M., Lawndale. 

Fallston, E. A., Houser. 

Lee, L. V., Lattimore. 

Oates, Geo., Grover. 

Hunt, J. F., Casar. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Hamrick, C. J., Boiling Springs. 

Thomason, Val., Stice. 



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Bettis-Austell Co., Earl. 

Keeter, D. J., & Co., Grover. 

Roberts, J. M., & Co., Patterson 
Springs. 

Lowery, T. H., & Co., Patterson 
Springs. 

Wolf, W. I., Fancy. 

Queen, J. A., Shelby, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Buffalo Manufacturing Co., Stubbs. 

Campbell, R. E., Shelby, R F.. D. 
No. 5. 

McSwain, B. F., Beattyville. 

DePriest, A. B. C, Polkville. 

Double Shoals Cotton Mills, Double 
Shoals. 

Cleveland Cotton Mills, Cleveland 
Mills. 

Cleveland Cotton Mills, Lawndale. 

\\ oi-tman, Chas. A., Casar. 

Morrison, W. J., Holly Bush. 

Crow, Pink, Knob Creek. 

The Gantt Harness Co., Belwood. 

Peeler & Warlick, Belwood. 

Gettys, P. S., Lawndale. 

Gantt, W. A., Fallston. 

Stamey Bros., Fallston. 

Weaver, F. B., & Co., Rockdale. 

Queen, C, & Son, Casar. 

Brittain & Brackett. Casar. 

Ledford, J. M., Cleveland Mills, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Lawndale Grocery Co., Lawndale. 

DePriest, B. B., New House. 
COTTON GINS. 

Green, R. PL, & Sous, Boiling 
Springs. 

Hamrick, C. J., & Sons, Shelby, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Cleveland Gin Co., Shelby, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Ledbetter & Hamrick, Sharon. 

Randall, S. D., Stice. 

Hamrick, J. B., & Co., Patterson* 
Springs. 

Earle. W. D., & Co., Earl. 

Plonk, W. L., Kings Mountain. 

Wilson, D. C. & W. W., Shelby, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Spurlin, Geo., Shelby, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Pearl Ginning Co., Pearl. 

Doggett, G. B., & Co., Beattyville. 

Beam, J. C, Lattimore. 

McSwain, G. W. & J. D., Darfer. 

McBrayer & Beason. Mooresboro. 

Farmers Union, New House. 

White & Bridges, Polkville. 

Warlick, A. A., & Co., Casar. 

Double Shoals Cotton Mills, Double 
Shoals. 

Leary, J. L., Casar. 

Lackey, W. D., Fallston. 

Banner Mill Co., Beams Mill. 

Boggs, N. E., & Co., Belwood. 

Falls & Mull. Knob Creek. 

Devinney & Price, Hodge. 

Logan & Co., Hodge. 

Davis, G. L., Shelbv. R. F. D. No. 3. 

Stroup, J. B., Fallston. 

Verner Oil Co., Lattimore. 



Putnam, C. B., Shelby, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Shelby Roller Mill, Shelby. 

Blanton & Hartness, Shelby, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Mauney, M. M., Camp Call. 

Ware, J. A., Kings Mountain . 

Pearl Milling Co., Lawndale. 

Whisnant, P. M., Holly Bush. 

Fallston Roller Mill Co., Fallston. 

Banner Mill Co., Beams Mill. 

Double Shoals Roller Mills, Double 
Shoals. 

Buffalo Roller Mill, Belwood. 

McBrayer, -J. H., Shelby, R. F. D. 

Earl, W. D., Earl. 

Patterson, J. R., Grover. 

Lowery, Abbot. Crocker. 

Spurlin, Geo. E., Shelby, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Beam, J. C, Lattimore. 

Jones, H. F., Lawndale. 

Smith. L. L., Sharon. 

McBrayer & Beason, Mooresboro. 

Hoyle Mill Co, 

Cabiness Bros., Shelby, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

SAW MILLS. 

Hamrick, J. Y., Metal. 

Hamrick, C. J., Metal. 

Mathews, J. R., Crocker. 

Ware, T. M. A., Kings Mountain- 

Plonk, W. L., Kings Mountain. 

Hord & Co., Waco. 

Washburn Bros.. Depew. 

Spurlin, Geo. E., Shelby, R. F. D. 

Simmons, G. H., Pearl. 

Doggett, G. B., Beattyville. 

McBrayer & Beason, Mooresboro. 

Farmers Union, New House. 

Elmore, A. E., Shade. 

Boggs, N. E., & Co., Belwood. 

Young Bros., Knob Creek. 

Carpenter & Mull, Knob Creek. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Abernathy, Miss Bessie, Shelby. 

Blanton, C. F., Mooresboro. 

Blanton. Miss Annie, Mooresboro. 

Brackett, A. C, Lawndale. 

Beam, Miss Mattie J., Shelby. 

Beam, Miss Gadie, Waco. 

Beam, Miss Carrie, Lattimore. 

Biggerstaff. Miss Buena, Belwood. 

Black, Freelove. Kings Mountain. 

Black, Miss Mary, Kings Moun- 
tain. 

Boggs, Miss Lou, Rockdale. 

Borders, Miss Susie, Shelby. 

Cananin, L. A., Shelby. 

Bridges, Miss Lillah, Mooresboro. 

Camp, J. C, Shelby. 

Byers, G. W. C, Shelby. 

Cline. Miss Maggie, Shelby. 

Blanton. Yates. Mooresboro. 

Cornwell, Miss Laura, Shelby. 

Ellis, B. M., Gaffney, S. C. 

Dellinger, S. L., Shelby. 

Eliotte, Marvin E., Belwood. 

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Eliotte, Forrest, Shelby. 

Eliotte, D. H., Lattimore. 

Eliotte, Miss Eugenie, Lattimore. 

Eliotte, Miss Essie, Lawndale. 

Eliotte. Miss Jennie, Waco. 

Eliotte, Miss Kate, Shelby. 

Eliotte, Miss Leonnie, Lattimore. 

Jones, Miss Fannie Lawndale. 

Jones, Mrs. Sallie, Lawndale. 

Riser, Miss Lucy, Kings Mountain. 

Lovelace, Miss Daisy, Mooresboro. 

Morris. Miss Cora, Lawndale. 

Morris, Miss Lou, Lawndale. 

Morris, Miss Minnie. Lawndale. 

McBrayer, Miss Carrie, Mooresboro. 

McBrayer, Miss Phyrnia, Gaffney, 
S. C. 

Mull, Miss Dover. Lawndale. 

Miller, Stough, Waco. 

McSwain, Bliss Cora, Mooresboro. 

McSwain, Miss Dovie, Mooresboro. 

Ledbetter, Robt., Shelby. 

Packard, Willie, Shelby. 

Poole, D. C, Fallston. 

Poston. Miss Lucile, Shelby. 

Price, Ernest, Lattimore. 

Putnam, W. D.. Stubbs. 

Randall, Miss Dollie, Shelby. 

Randall, W. A., Shelby. 

Rollins, J. U., Mooresboro. 

Raburn, Miss Lela, Mooresboro. 

Roberts, Mrs. J. M., Shelby. 

Roberts, Miss Mamie. Shelby. 

Spurting, Everett, Fallston. 

Simmons, J. L., Shelby. 

Smith, J. B., Shelby. 

Smith Henry, Shelby. 

Spake, Miss Annie E.. Shelby. 

Sherrill, Miss Ollie, Shelby. 

Street, Miss Edith. Shelby. 

Webb, Geo. P., Shelby. 

Wilson, Miss Fannie, Shelby. 

Eliotte, Miss Waulla. Shelby. 

Eliotte, Miss Nora. Lawndale. 

Falls, Kimmie, Shelby. 

Gardner, Miss Pearl, Shelby. 

Grtgg, Miss Nora, Cleveland Mills. 

Greene, Miss Gertrude, Shelby. 

Gardner, V. A., Shelby. 

Gold, G. R., Bessemer City. 

Cold, Miss Mamie. Shelby. 

Hamrick, Miss Belva, Shelby. 

Hamrick, Darter. Shelby. 

Hamrick, Fuller, Shelby. 

Hamrick, Miss Gertrude, Shelby. 

Hamrick, J. Y., Jr., Shelby. 

Hamrick, Miss Maude, Shelby. 

Hamrick, T. B., Shelby. 

Harrill, Miss Annie. B., Shelby. 

Hardin, Miss Kate, Shelby. z 

Hoyle, C. A., Fallston. 

Holye, Miss Lillie, Fallston. 

Hamrick, Miss Bertha. Shelby. 

Harrill, Miss Essie, Shelby. 

Hunt, Miss Laura, Lawndale. 

Hunt, Mrs. Jennie, Casar. 

Hamrick, Edward, Shelby. 

Hamrick, Miss Euzelia. Shelby. 

Borders, Mrs. James, Kings Moun- 
tain. 



Harrill, Ector, Shelby. 

Duncan, Miss Josephine. Lawndale. 

Hamrick. Mrs. Ed.. Shelby. 

Bumgardner, Miss Myrtle, Casar. 

Bumgardner, Miss Stella, Casar. 

Dickson, Francis, Fallston. 

Wilson, Miss Lula, Lawndale. 

White, Miss Edith, Shelby. 

Willis. Miss Anna. Belwood. 

Wiseman, Williewee, Shelby. 

Wilson, Miss Belle, Shelby. 

Whisnant, J. C, Shelby. 

Whisnant, Mrs., Shelby. 

Willis, Miss Daisy, Lawndale. 

Willis, Ivey, Lawndale. 

Wolf. Miss Candice, Bessemer. City. 

Burns, W. D., Lawndale. 

Lowery, Miss Nina, Patterson 
Springs. 

Muss. Miss Helen, Shelby. 

Whisnant, P. M., Lawndale. 

Stamey, Miss Mary Lou, Lawndale. 

Scoggin, Wiss Willda, Mooresboro. 

Warlick, Miss Maie, Cleveland Mills. 

Lattimore. B. M., Lawndale. 

Hamrick, Fitzhugh, Shelby. 

Ratterree, S. C, King Mountain. 

Martin, Miss Donna Shelby. 

Lattimore, J. G., Lattimore. 

Lattimore, Miss Orange, Lattimore. 

Whitehead, Miss Bessie Lee, Lawn- 
dale. 

Newton, Alexander, Casar. 



SHELBY. 

Population, 1909, 5,000. No. white 
polls. 324; No. colored noils. '>-. 

Value real estate, $1,279,294. 

Tax Bate: $1.55. 

Bonded debt, $150,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. H. Jennings. 

Chief of Police — H. W. Jetton. 

City Clerk— J. F. Tiddy. 

Treasurer — H. D. Wilson. 

Tax Collector— H. W. Jetton. 

City Attorneys— Webb & Mull. 

Postmaster — B. A. Baber. 

B. B. Agents— L. P. Holland. Sea- 
board Air Line. C. C. & O., Lawn- 
dale Railroad; L. E. Ligon. Southern 
Railway. 

Express Agent — Win. Archer. 

Telegraph Manager — J. M. Shan- 
nonhouse. Western Union. 

Telephone Manager — W. G. Spake. 
Piedmont Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — C. A. Jenkins and John 
W. Suttle, Pastors. 

Epicopal — Rev. Mr. Lobdell, Rector. 

Methodist— A. G. Garrett. Pastor; J. 
R. Scroggs, Presiding Elder. 

Presbyterian — .Tames Thomas. Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Shelby Graded Schools — J. Y. Irvin, 
Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Central Hotel. 



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College Hotel. 
• Shelby Hotel. 
Commercial Hotel. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
First National Bank — Chas. C 
Blanton, President; Geo. Blanton 
Cashier. 

Shelby National Bank— O. L. Watts 
President; J. T. Bowman, Cashier. 
BAKERS. 
Garrison & Bost. 

BRICK 3IANUFACTURERS. 
Kendrick, N. B. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
Dicken's Shoe Store. 

BOOK STORES. 
Ebeltoft, T. W. 4 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Wellmon, E. A. 
Hopper & Turner. 
Shull, C. R. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'R'S. 
Lineberger, J. D., & Son. 
Ford, O. E. 

CLUBS. 
Cleveland Commercial Club. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Gardner, J. T. 
Arey. W. J. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
Shelby Cotton Mills. 
Belmont. 
Ella. 
Lilly. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Branton Bros. 
Austin Powers. 
Glenn, J. L. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Shelbv Ice & Fuel Co. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Kendall, K. 
.McBrayer, Evans E. 

COTTON GINS. 
Southern Cotton Oil Co. (Gin). 

DENTISTS. 
Osborne, J. R. 
Ware, R. E. 
Wood. I. A. 
Grigg, M. W. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Cleveland Drug Co. 
Kendall, II. E. 
Webb, T. Paul. 

DOCTORS. 
McBraver, T. E. 
Ellis, R. C. 
Palmer, B. H. 
Mitchell, W. F. 
Lattimore, E. B. 
Beam, ,T. F. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Heudrick, F. V. 
Nix, W. B. 
Whisnant, W. C. 
Suttle, The J. L. Co. 
McMiirry & Hull. 
Nix Bros. 



McBrayer, J. C. 

Blanton, A. B. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Shelby Electric Light & Power Co. 

Southern Power Co. 

Lily Mill & Power Co. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 

Trakas, N. S. 

Rockwell, A. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Ford, O. E. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

McMurry, J. J., & Son. 

Lattimore, C. M. 

Beam, D. A. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Webb, J. E. 

Dellinger, J. N. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Shelby Foundry & Machine Shops. 

Shelbv Machine & Supply Co. 
FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Grigg, Millard A. 

Elam, Orlando. 

Wilkinson, J. J., & Son. 
GROCERS. 

Blanton. A., Grocer Co. (Wholesale). 

Martin, J. S., & Co. (Wholesale). 

Palmer, W. B. 

Hopper, Maj. 

Webb, J. E. 

Spangler, G. W. 

Washburn, J. M. 

Dellinger, J. N. 

Gibbons & Saunders. 

Webb. Claude, & Co. (Wholesale). 

Pettie Bros. 

Washburn, T. B. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Blanton Hardware Co. 

Farmers Hardware Co. 
HOSPITALS. 

Ilamricks*, Dr. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Shelby Insurance & Realty Co. 

Bowman. J. T. 

Miller, A. C. 

Barnett, T. K. 

Wilson, H. D. (Fire and Life). 

Shelbv Insurance & Realty Co. 

Webb, C. R. 

Woodson, C .J. 

JEWELERS. 

Ha rick, T. W. 

Eskridge, Chas. 

Tillman, J. A. 

LAUNDRIES. 

Shelby Steam Laundry. 

Snowflake Laundry. 

LAWYERS. 

Webb & Mull. 

Anthony & Gardner. 

Ryburn & Hoey. 

Quinn & Hamrick. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Washburn & Duggett. 

Blanton. W. H. 

King, W. P. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S'. AND DEALERS. 

Shelby Woodworking Co. 



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Thompson-Branton. The, Co. 

MARBLE WORKS. 
Shelby Marble Works. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
Shelby Machinery & Supply Co. 
MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Shelby Ice & Fuel Co. (Ice). 
Shelby Roller Mills (Flour and 
Meal). 

Shelby Bottle Cap Works (Bottle 
Caps). 

Shuford, W. E., (Bottling). 
Chrisman, A. (Bottling). 
Carolina Monazite Co. (Monazite 
Refining). 
Cement Block Co. 
Shelby Concrete Co., L. U. Armond, 
Manager. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Cleveland Star— H. T. Hudson, Edi- 
tor. 

Shelby Aurora — J. Y. Hamrick, Edi- 
tor. 

BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 
Shelby Building and Loan Associa- 
tion. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Beam, E. M. 

PAINTERS. 
Decker, W. S. 
Mode, R. L. 
Hydes, H. L. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Blanton, C. R., & Co. 

PLUMBERS. 
Dudley, J. G. 

Shelby Plumbing it Electric Co. 
PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Pendleton & Magness. 
Gillespie. S. L. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
McArthur, W. E. 
Durham, J. S. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Star Printing Co. 
Aurora Printing Co. 
Murrv, J. B. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Anthony, .T. A. 
English, (ieo. L. 
Wilson, J. A. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Washburn & Doggett. 
UNDERTAKERS AND E5I8ALMERS. 
Grigg, M. A. 
Elam, Orlando. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Gidney, R. M. 
Lattimore, J. J. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Hvder, H. L. 
Mode, R. L. 



KINGS MOUNTAIN. 

Population. 1909: 4,000. No. white 
polls, 375; No. colored polls, 75. 

Value real estate, $1,000,000 ; value 
personal property, $510,000. 

Tax Rate: $1.22 on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $50,000 ; floating debt, 



$10,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— J. C. Patrick. 

Chief of Police — A. B. Hord. 

City Clerk — Lesslie McGinnis. 

Treasurer — W. S. -Dilling. 

Tax Collector — Jno. T. Wilson. 

City Attorney — E. L. Campbell. 

Postmaster — E. L. Ware. 

R. R. Agents — E. B. Harden. 

Express Agent — E. B. Harden. 

Telegraph Managers — Miss Musie 
Jenkins, W. Benson. 

Telephone .Manager — J. B. Young- 
blood. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — Mr. Hambrick, Pastor. 

Lutheran — C. K. Bell, Pastor. 

Methodist — D. F. Garner, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — S. S. Oliver. 

A. R. Presbyterian — R. A. Young. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Kings Mountain Graded School. 
MOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Mountain View Hotel. 

Highland Hotel. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

First National Bank — W. A. Mauney, 
President; R. L. Mauney, Cashier. 

Kings Mountain Bank — F. Dilling, 
President; W. S. Dilling, Cashier. 

Peoples Loan & Trust Co. — ,T. B. 
Thomasson, President; M. E. Hern- 
don. Cashier. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Carpenter & Falls. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Rbyne, J. B. 

Mauney Bro. 

Kiser & Mauney. 

Plonk Bros. 

Fulton, W. P. 

McGill & Bros. 

BOOK STORES. 

Plonk & Bros. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Bumgardner, J. C, & Co. 

Goforth, Svlvanus, & Co. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'R'8. 

Kings Mountain Hardware Co. 

Kiser & Mauney. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Kings Mountain Building & Loan 
Association. 

CLUBS. 

Kings Mountain Commercial Club. . 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Dilling Cotton Mill. 

Kings Mountain Manufacturing Co. 

Kloths, Bonnie. Lula, Cora and 
Johns Manufacturing Co. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Thomas, John. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Falls. ('. P.. 
Ramseur, Lee. 
Gofortli. Kelly. 
Garrette, J. H. 



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CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Plonk & Bros. 
Mauney & Bro. 
Pulton, W. P. 
Carj enter & l'uas. 
Riser iV- Miiniu'V. 

COTTON GINS. 
Kings Mountain Ginnery. 
Kings Mountain Cotton Seed Oil Co. 

DENTISTS. 
Baker, L. P. 
Patrick, J. C. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Piedmont Drug Co. 
Mauney Drug Co. 

DOCTORS. 
Hunter, B. R. 
Hord, J. (J. 
McKay, J. L. 
McCombs, C. J. 
Palls, Oliver. 
Dr. Jones. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Fulton. W. P.. 
.Mauney. W. A., & Bro. 
Plonk & Bros. 
Kiser A: Mauney. 
Carpenter Bros. 
POWER AND EIGHT COMPANIES. 
Southern Power Co. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 
Thomas, John. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
Mauney & Bro. 
Plonk Bros. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Bumgardner & Crawford. 
Goforth & Co. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
H. T. Fulton. 

GROCERS. 
Patterson & Co. 
Watterson & Co. 
Mauney & Bro. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Kings Mountain Hardware Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Campbell, E. L. (Fire and Life). 
Sparrow, T. M. (Fire and Life). 
Herndon. M. E. (Fire). 
Mauney, R. L. (Fire). 

JEWELERS. 
Kings Mountain Jewelry Store. 

LAWYERS. 
Dixon. B. F., Jr. 
McMillon, N. F. 
Campbell, E. L. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S'. AND DEALERS. 
Kings Mountain Lumber Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Door and Sash Factory. 
Ice Plant. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Kings Mountain Hardware Co. 
Mauney & Bros. 

PAINTERS. 
Harmon, William. 
Abbott, Ed. 
Oliver. Lon. 



PRODUCE DEALERS. 

Patterson & Co. 
Plonk Bi'os. 
Mauney & Bro. 

PLUMBERS. 
Mull, L. E. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Fulton, H. T. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Davis, Bridges & Broadfoot. 
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Patterson & Falls. 
Allison, Parks. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Kings Mountain Lumber Co. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Fulton, H. T. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. ■ 
Abbott, Ed. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Kings Mountain Herald — C. A. Eurv, 
Editor. 



GROVER. 

Incorporated in 1885. 
Population, 1909: White. 200; col- 
ored, 60; total, 260. 

Value real estate, $29,650; value per- 
sonal property, $49,995. 

Tax Rate: 5c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — T. J. Gibbons. 
Postmaster — Mrs. Cora Borders. 
R. R. Agent — L. C. Hamrick, South- 
ern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — L. C. Hamrick. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist— J. D. Barby, Pastor. 
Presbyterian — James Thomas, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
G rover High School — Prof. Snead, 
Principal ; Miss Emma Sledge and 
Mrs. Cora Borders, Assistants. 
BANKS AND BANKERS. 
The Bank of Grover — C. F. Ham- 
bright, President; J. A. Ellis, Vice- 
President ; M .A. Turner, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Oates. Geo. 
Hambright, A. F. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Oates, Geo. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Ellis. J. A. 

Hambright, C. P., & Co. 
Keeter, D. J., & Co. 
Grover Mercantile Co. 

GROCERS. 
Martin & Gibbons. 
Turner, M. W. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Martin & Gibbons. 
Turner. M. W. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Harry & Bridges (Table Factory, 
Saw Mill, etc.). 

Bookout. D. J. (Planing, Wood- 
i working Shop, Blacksmith Shop and 



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Grist Mill). 

BLACKSMITH AND REPAIR SHOP. 

Wesmoreland, J. G., 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Turner, M. A. (Fire and Life). 



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MOORESBORO. 

Incorporated in 18S5. 
Population, 1909: White, 
ored, 25; total, 200. 

Value real estate, $5,953.25 : value 
personal property, .$41,521. 
Tax Rate: 15c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor— J. U. Rollins. 
Postmaster — B. S. Blanton. 
Chief of Poliee — L. M. Scoasiin. 
R. R. Agent— H. C. Bumus, South- 
ern. Railway. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist— G. D. Howell, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Mooresville Hish School. 

DOCTORS. 
Royster, S. S. 
Champion, C. O. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Blanton. J. B. 
McBrayer, D. B., & Son. 
Martin & Bro. 
Green, Hill, & Son. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
McBrayer, C. C. 
Blanton, M. C. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Blanton, M. C. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Bridges, J. B. 



WACO. 

Incorporated in 1906. 

Population. 1909: White, 168: col- 
ored, 35: total, 203. 

Value real estate, $17,558; value per- 
sonal property, $26,221. 

Tax Rate: 25c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. G. Hord. 

Postmaster — J. M. Putnam. 

Chief of Police — J. R. Hord. 

R. R. Agent— C. S. Putnam. Sea- 
board Air Line Railroad. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — Rev. Miller, Rector. 



Baptist— C. F. Few, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Waco High School — Boyce Weir, 
Principal; Miss Cora Beam, Assistant. 
DOCTORS. 
Evans, G. F. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Black, A .W. 
Stroup Bros. 
Putnam, B. A., & Son. 
Beam Bros. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Kendrick, F. M. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Hord, J. T., & Son. 



LATTIMORE. 

Incorporated in 1899. 

Population, 1909: White, 260; col- 
ored, 25; total, 285. 

Value real estate, $50,000; value per- 
sonal property, $75,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— R. P. Early. 

Pastmasier — R. P. Early. 

Chief of Police — .7. A. Johnson. 

R. R. Agents — .T. B. Lattimore, Sea- 
Board Air Line Railroad; G. W. Love- 
lace. Southern. 

Manager Telegraph — G. W. Lovelace. 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — D .G. Washburn. Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Lattimore High School— W. T. R. 
Bell, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 

Lee, L. V. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Price, O. D. 

Hamrick Bros. & Co. 

Harrill. R. L. 

Padgett, A.. H. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Bridges. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Stockton, G. W. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Verner Oil Co. (Cotton Seed Oil). 

Pink Manufacturing Co. (Jute Bag- 
em). 

McSwain. D. A. C. (Saw Mill and 
Corn Mill). 



COLUMBUS COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, WHITEVILLE. 



Formed in 1S0S. Named in honor of Christopher Columbus. 
Area, 750 square miles. 
Population, 21,574. 

Value of real estate. $3,070,526; value of personal property, $2,225,911. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $4,955,308 ; by negroes, $344,286. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 91; for negroes, 39. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 23 2-3c.on the $100. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 1,200. Worked by convicts and State Law. 



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RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AM) EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

The Pullman Co., assessed value $ 9 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 75.02 miles, assessed value 2,210, 

Seaboard Air Line Railroad, 8.90 miles, assessed value 178, 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 7, 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 20, 

Southern Bell Telegraph & Telephone Co., assessed value 8, 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 

Superior Court iVnns: 28th February; IStb April, 18th July (for 
es only); 5th September; 28th November. 



995.22 
219.85 

945.89 
857.82 
765.53 
852.00 
535.50 

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COUNTY OFFICERS. 



S. Richardson, White- 
Deeds— -C. E. Smith, 



Clerk of the Court — L. W. Hanley, 
Whiteville. 
Sheriff — A. 

ville. 

Register of 
A' hiteville. 

Treasurer— R. H. Powell, Whiteville. 

Coroner — Lott C. Mills, Clarendon. 

Surveyor — W. June Bardwin, Cerro 
Gordo. 

Co. Supt. of Health— H. B. Maxwell, 
Whiteville. 

Co. Supt of Schools— F. T. Wooten, 
i lhadbourn. 

Supt. of County Home — Leon Bald- 
win, Whiteville. 

Co. Board of Education — R. H. Por- 
ter, C. D. Koonee, Miners Meares. 

County Commissioners — C. C. L'rH 
gen, R. O. Powell, F. B. Pierce. T. .T. 
Fletcher. Clarkton ; K. B. Council, 
Wananish. 

County Board of Elections — W. F. 
MacDaniel, A. A. Williams, Wm. 
Struthers. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Bogrue Township — R. I. Bolten. 
Hallsboro; W. M. Wray, Hallsboro ; 
W. H. Hickman, Hallsboro; T. B. 
Pierce, Hallsboro; S. J. Bolton, Halls- 
boro ; Bunn Pierce, Artesia. 

Bus Hill— J. L. Long, Bug Hill; J. 
P. Butler, Dothan ; G. L. Holmes, 
Guide. 

Chadbourn — C. M. Pierce, Chad- 
bourn ; B. T. Usher, Chadbourn ; W. S. 
Trink, Chadbourn; S. P. Woodall, 
Chadbourn. 

Fair Bluff— E. M. Worley, Cerro 
Gordo; H. D. Williamson, Cerro 
Cordo: C. M. Stockland, Fair Bluff; 
Fair Bluff. 

Marlow, Old Dock; F. 

Dock ; Hosea Simmons, 

H. Powell, Old Dock. 

B. King, Armour; G. 

Berlin ; T. W. 

Thos. E. Ap- 

R. D. Mooney, 



B. F. Powell, 
Lees — B. A. 

C. Ward, Old 
Old Dock; J. 

Ransom — S. 
AY. Applewhite, New 
Pridgeu, New Berlin : 
plewhite, New Berlin ; 



Sin; L. R. Hobbs, Sin. 
South Williams — A. 

Tabor; J. J. Faulk, 
C. Wall, Tabor; W. C. 

Tatoms— W. E. 
.T. Edgar Nowell, 



H. Boswell, 

Iron Hill; E. 

Cox, Iron Hill. 

Stone, Boardman : 

Cerro Gordo; D. F. 



Kelly, Boardman ; C. W. Bellamy, 
Boardman; D. S. Benson, Evergreen; 



A. D. Williamson, Cerro Gordo. 

Waccamaw — R. C. Council, Wanan- 
ish. 

Welch's Creek — Jas. M. Brown, 
Whiteville; J. M. Smith, AYhiteville; 
J. L. McKay, AYhiteville; I. C. Pow- 
ell, AVhiteville; H. S. High, AYhite- 
ville; E. T. Wray, AYhiteville. R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Western Prong — H. L. Ballard, 
Clarkton; AY. D. Wooten. Clarkton; 
J. P. AA T ooten, Clarkton ; Geo. F. 
Smith, Clarkton; AA\ J. Baldwin. 
Clarkton. 

Whiteville — Rubv Budwin, AYhite- 
ville; E. A. Maultsby, Whiteville; J. 
II. Maxwell, Whiteville; A. J. Orr, 
AYhiteville; J. C. Hooks. AYhiteville; 
A. W. Baffkin, Whiteville. 

Williams — M. M. Harrelson, Claren- 
don ; Grover C. Hinson, Clarendon ; 
J. W. Jordan, Clarendon ; J. K. Har- 
per, Clarendon. 

Bolton — A. T. Clark. Bolton ; S. A. 
Smith. Bolton ; Crandall Brown, Bol- 
ton ; J. D Strauss, Bolton. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Baptist — J. T. Tvner, Evergreen ; 
A. H. Porter, AVhiteville. 

Methodist— J. M. Marlow, Old Dock. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Jordan. D. B., Cronly. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Butler. J. G., Pireway. 

Dothan Merchandise Co., Dothan. 

Gore. J. K.. Pireway. 

Wooten, AA^. D., Prong. 

Soles, C. M., & Sons, Mollie. 

Soles, C. M., Iron Hill. 

Suggs, C. W., Old Dock. 

Smith, M. B., Bug Hill. 

Stanley, J. C, Roseland. 
COTTON GINS. 

Brewer & Covington, Evergreen. 

Powell, C. D., AVhiteville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Smith, J. M., Whiteville. R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

W. H. Roberts. Tabor. 

Brown, R. E. L., Chadbourn. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Goode. Miss Mabel, Hallsboro. 

Wright, Miss Lena, Hallsboro. 

Brooks, Miss Cornelia. Artesia. 

Brown, Miss Mary Kate, Whiteville. 

Thompson, Miss Nellie, Hallsboro. 

Thompson, Roland. Hallsboro. 

Cox, Mrs. Annie, Guide. 



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Butler, Miss Helen, Guide. 
Gore, C. P., Bug Hill. 
Stanly, H. L., Bug Hill. 
Stanly, P. A., Bug Hill. 
Elderdice, H. G., Pireway. 
Elderdice, J. A., Pireway. 
Butler, Miss Carrie, Pireway. 
Long, John D., Pireway. 
Leach, Miss Nannie, Chadbourn. 
McGhee, Miss Lula. Chadbourn. 
Webb, Miss Fannie, Chadbourn. 
Wood, Miss Fannie, Chadbourn. 
Powell, Miss, Chadbourn. 
Bagwell, Miss, Chadbourn. 
Blake, Miss Dora, Chadbourn. 
Payne, Miss Sarah M., Chadbourn. 
Crawford, Miss Ava, Chadbourn. 
Brown, Miss Alora, Chadbourn. 
Taylor, Mrs. Josephine, Chadbourn. 
Knox, Miss Hattie, Chadbourn. 
Knox, Miss Violet, Chadbourn. 
Wilkes, Miss Mary, Chadbourn. 
Byrd, Jesse, Chadbourn. 
Edwards, J. S., Fair Bluff. 
Gunn, Miss Eva L., Fair Bluff. 
Norris, Miss, Fair Bluff. 
Herring, Miss Vera, Cerro Gordo. 
Harrell, Miss Ella, Cerro Gordo. 
Lewis, Miss Hariett, Cerro Gordo. 
Griffin, Miss Jessie, Cerro Gordo. 
Jenkins, Miss Ella, Fair Bluff. 
Porter, J. E., Whiteville. 
Powers, Miss Blanch, Whiteville. 
White. Miss Bessie May. Vineland. 
Stephens, Miss Connie, Vineland. 
Arnold, Miss Blanch, Vineland. 
White, Miss Josie, Cronly. 
White, Miss Alye, Cronly. 
Baggett, Miss Sarah, New Berlin. 
Bennett. John, Freeman. 
Smith, Miss Blanch, Bolton. 
Holmes, Miss Maude, Bolton. 
Omell, Miss Mary Lilly, Cronly. 
Coble, N. T., Evergreen. 
Benton, Miss Flossie, Evergreen. 
Toon, Miss Carrie. Chadbourn. 
Sessoms, Miss Lillian, Chadbourn. 
Worthington, J. W., Oadbourn. 
Hodges, Miss Jessie L., Clarkton. 
King, Miss Mary, Clarkton. 
Wooten, Mrs. Bettie, Clarkton. 
Bannerman, Miss Kate L., Elkton. 
Smith, Miss Mamie, Whiteville. 
Council, Miss Rena, Wananish. 
McGirt, Miss Dora, Whiteville. 
Benson, J. W., Elkton. 
Lea. Olin S., Tabor. 
Graham, W. C, Tabor. 
Cox, H. M., Chadbourn. 
Marlow, Wm., Tabor. 
Harrelson, J. M., Tabor. 
Baldwin, Miss Georsiai'.nn, White- 
ville. 

Hester, Miss Delpha, Chadbourn. 
Wright, Miss Bessie May, Tabor. 
Smithwick, W. R., Whiteville. 
Hodges, Miss Nancy, Whiteville. 
Harrell, Miss Maline. Whiteville. 
Keeter, Miss Oneida, Whiteville. 
Emhardt, Miss E., Whiteville. 



Cox, F. O., Dothan. 
Clark, Miss Oliver, Rosindale. 
Edmond, Miss Annie, Chadbourn. 
McRackan, Miss Maggie, Vineland. 
Ward, W. B., Whiteville. 
Keeter, Miss Maude, Vineland. 
Salmon, W. M., Vineland. 
Baldwin, Miss Mortis. Vineland. 
Orr, Miss Mary Lou, Vineland. 



$100. 



WHITEVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1873. 
Population, 1909: 1,500. 
Tax Rate: 33 l-3c. on the 
Floating debt, $1,800. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — W. Ross Davis. 
Chief of Police — D. M. Thompson. 
City Clerk— W. E. MacDaniel. 
Treasurer — W. E. MacDaniel. 
Tax Collector — D. M. Thompson. 
Standard-Keeper — C. M. Baldwin. 
City Attorney — J. B. Schulken. 
Postmaster — J. D. Maultsby 
R. R. Agent — J. F. Barkley, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

Express Agent — J. F. Barkley. 
Telephone Managers — J. D. Maults- 
by, Whiteville Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist— C. C. Smith, W. J. Adams, 
Pastors. 

Presbyterian — Leroy Newland, Pas- 
tor. 
Methodist— D. C. Geddie, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Whiteville High School— S. W. 
Smithwick. Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Columbus Hotel. 
Whiteville House. 
Williams House. 
Formy Duval House. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Whiteville— J. B. Schulken. 
President ; C. S. Hicks, Cashier. 

Bank of Columbus — R. H. Powell, 
President ; Fred. L. Ford, Cashier. 
BAKERS. 
C. C. Stophel. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
High, Oscar. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
Worrell, Geo. 

BOOK STORE. 
High, Oscar. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Vineland Dry Goods Co. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 
Barefoot, N. B. 
Corbett, Haywood. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'R'S. 
Lewis, E. S. 
McKenzie. J. T. & Co. 
Martin, F. D. 
Smith, Seth L. 
Baldwin, Auty. 

CONFECTIONARY DEALERS. 
High, Oscar. 



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CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Hunt, C. J., & Bro. 
Spivey, W. J. 

COTTON GINS. 
Cotton ' Inning Co. 
Maultsby, J. D. 

DENTISTS. 
Davis. W. Ross. 

DRUGGISTS. 
McNeill, J. A.. & Son. 
DOCTORS. 
Maxwell. H. B. 
Crowell, W. H. 
McNeill, J. A. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Powell & Powell. 
Memory Co. 
Memory, J, L. 
Vineland Dry Goods Co. 
Nealy, E. 
Powell & Co. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 
High. Oscar. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S 
Powell & Powell. 
Columbus Trading Co. 
FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Barefoot. N. B. 
Hill. R. E. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 
Chadbourn Iron Works. 

I I RNITURE DEALERS. 
Powell-Lewis Furniture Co. 

GROCERS. 
Spivey Co. 
Richardson, C. G. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Whiteville Hardware Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
MacDaniel, W. E. (Life and Fire). 
Formv Duval, Lee. (Life.) 
Williams. J. I. (Life). 
Powell, R. C. (Fire). 
Memorv, J. L. (Fire). 

JEWELERS. 
Richardson. J. B. 

LAWYERS. 
Lewis, D. J. 
Schulken. J. P.. 
Lyon &• Greer. 
Toon, E. M. 
McRackan, Donald. 
Grady & Williamson. 
I. B. Tucker. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 
Whiteville Lumber Co. 
Harrelson, W. A. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Whiteville Hardware Co. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
News-Reporter — T. L. Gantt. Editor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Whiteville Real Estate & Insurance 
Co. 

W. H. Phillips. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Floyd Jones & Co. 



Population, 1909: White, 550; col- | 
ored, 450; total, 1,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor— A. D. Turner. 
Postmaster — E. B. Wright. 
Chief of Police — S. V. Stanley. 
R. R. Agent — W. E. Stone, Atlantic 
t' last Line. 

Manager Telegraph — W. E. Stone. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Episcopal — Edw. Wooten, Rector. 
Methodist— Mr. Eure, Pastor. 
Baptist — M. A. Stephens, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Town School. 

DOCTORS. 
Norhington, J. M. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Butler's Lumber Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Butler's Lumber Co. 
Stephens, F. M. 
Fields. W. R. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Butler's Boarding House. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Butler's Lumber Co. (Saw Mill, 
Planing Mill, Box Mill). 



BO A RDM AN. 

Incorporated in 1891. 



FAIR BLUFF. 

Incorporated in 1871. 

Population. 1909: White, 500; col- 
ored, 100; total, 600. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty, $400,000. 

Tax Rate, 20c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. . 

Mayor — J. P. Waddell. 

Postmaster — F. A. Tucker. 

Chief of Police — G. K. Floyd. 

R. R. Agent — A. C. Martin, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — A. C. Martin, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — F. F. Eure, Pastor. 

Baptist — R^E. Peel, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Fair Bluff High School — James P. 
Edwards. Principal: Ada Norris and 
Exa Gunn, Assistants. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Fair Bluff— J. E. Dick, 
President : J. F. Rosers, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Floyd, A. G. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Anderson & Floyd Drug Co. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Waddell, J. P. 

Powell Supply Co. 

Anderson, B. A. 

Elvington, M. D. 

Townsend, M. R. 

Townsend, B. L. 

Anderson, S. H. 

Pridgen, M. & P. 

Jones, Mrs. A. J. (Millinery). 

Elvington. H. (Millinery). 

Floyd, G. K. 



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Rogers, W. K. 
Faulk, W. H. 

JEWELRY. 
Prirlgeu, W. D. 
HOTELS VXD BOARDING HOUSES. 
Anderson House — B. A. Anderson, 
Proprietor. 

Powell House— N. W. Powell, Pro- 
prietor. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Jenkins Bros. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Grainger & Meares (Crate Factory 
and Saw Mill). 

Norris Bros. (Saw Mill). 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Anderson, B. A. 
Rogers, J. F. 



CHADBOURN. 

Incorporated in 1883. 
Population, 1909: White, (550; col- 
ored, 250; total, 900. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — J. A. Brown. 
Postmaster — T. H. Ramsbottom. 
Chief of Police — H. O. McCombic. 
R. R. Agent — W. G. Wonible, At- 
lantic Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — W. G. Womble, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES, 
Baptist — F. T. Wooten, Pastor. 
Methodist — C. B. Vale. 
Presbyterian — No Rector. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Chadbourn High School — Miss Nane 
Leach, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Chadbourn — J. A. Brown, 
President; D. C. Clark, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Withers, S. M. 
Smith, W. F. 
Blake, J. F. 

DENTISTS. 
Barden, J. B. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Brown-Withers Drug Co. 
Bailev, E. R., Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Brown, R. E. L. 
Blake, J. R., & Co. 
Williamson, E. D. 
Faulk, V. E. 
Thompson, J. A. 
Hardee, M. B. 
Harrelson, M. V. 

McDonald, Miss Lina (Millinery). 
Wilkes, Mrs. J. R. 
Miller & Houston (Furniture). 

GROCERS. 
Hardee, M. B. 
Burton, K. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 
Usher & Carter. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Brown Hotel. 
Wilkes, Mrs. J. R. 



Harrelson, M. V. 

Burnes, Mrs. 

Koonce, Mrs. B. S. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Edmunds, Chester. 

Lennon, P. 

Edmunds, Neal. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Chadbourn Manufacturing Co. 

Independent Ice Co. 

Brown, J. A. (Planing Mills). 

Chadbourn Iron Works Co. 

Koonce, C. D. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Chadbourn B. & L. Association. 
NEWSPAPERS. 

Chadbourn Industrial Advocate — H. 
B. Wilkes, Editor. 



TABOR. 

Incorporated in 1S95. 

Population, 1909: White, 390; col- 
orded, 10; total, 400. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. L. Lewis. 

Postmaster — L. O. Brown. 

Chief of Police — D. M. Watts. 

R. R. Agent — L. M. Stephens, At- 
lantic Coast Line. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — Mr. Stanly, Pastor. 

Methodist— W. B. Humble. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Mt. Tabor School— Prof. Lee, Prin- 
cipal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Taboi — C. C. Pridgen, 
President ; D. C. Fussell, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Floyd, J. W. 

Baggett, L. 

DRUGGISTS. 

The Tabor Drug Co. 

Harrelson Drug -Store. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Inman, C. H., & Co. 

Anderson. B. B. 

Enterprise Grocery Co. 

Todd, E. McD. 

Sarnis Co. 

Sarnis, M. C. 

Roberts, W. H. 

Ford, G. W. 

Mills, J. P., Co. 

Gerrald, R. M. 

Gerrald, H. C. 

Hiskman, W. J. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Todd, E. McD. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Baldwin, Auty. 

Marlow, J. M. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Anderson, B. B. (Factory). 

Tabor Crate Factory. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Fussell, D. C. 



CERRO GORDO. 

Incorporated in 1873. 



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CO LI MBUS— CRAVEN. 



Population, L909: White, 205; col- 
ored, 70 ; total, 275. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

3layor — T. B. Bardin. 

Postmaster — H. 1). Kellihan. 

Chief of Police— S. S. Tyler. 

R. R. Agent — Matt Harper, A. C. L. 
Railway Co. 

.Manager Telegraph — Matt Harper, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — J. F. En re. Pastor. 

Baptist— W. D. Pridgen, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Cerro Gordo High School — Miss 
Harrell, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 

Johnson, Floyd. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Johnson. Floyd. 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Williamson & Brown. 
Land & Lumber Co. 
Williams, P. B. 
Kellihan, II. D. 
Williamson, J. W. 
Williamson, J. L. 
.lames, W. E. 
Green, I. L. 
Williamson & Nance. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Hotel Williamson. 
Williamson, J. L. 
Coleman. D. J. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Williamson, J. L. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Williamson & Brown, Land & Lum- 
ber Co. (Saw mill, planing mill, 
shingle mill, dry kilns.) 



CRAVEN COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, NEW BERN. 



Formed in 1731. Named in honor of William, Earl of Craven. 

Area: 900 square miles. 

Population: 35,000. White males, 8.500; white females, 8,S00; neirro 
males, 8,600; negro females, S00 ; foreign born, 300. 

Value of real estate, $5,097,091; value of personal property, $1,737,161. 

Property listed in 1909 by white, $6,117,412; by negroes, $716,840. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 45: for negroes, 35. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 23 2 : 3c. on the $100; special, 8; special 
pension 2c. and 33 2-3c. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 350. Worked by taxation and under Old State 
Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 9.44 miles, assessed value $275,912.53 

Norfolk & Southern Railway, 25.38 miles, assessed value 252,583.00 

Norfolk & Southern, A. & N. C. Div., 45.25 miles, assessed value.. 553,336.05 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 8,062.49 

Postal Telegraph Company, assessed value 1,416.00 

Southern Investment Company, assessed value 280.00 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 1,444.10 

Pamlico & Beaufort Telephone Company, assessed value 72.00 

Independent Steamboat Company, assessed value 3,000.00 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Company, assessed value IS, 093. 00 

Yanceboro Steamboat Company, assessed value 1,500.00 

Dover & South Bound Railroad, 1.00 mile, assessed value 2,000.00 

Superior Court Terms: February 7th; April 11th; May 9th; September 
13th ; October 10th ; November 21st. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 
Clerk of the Court— W. M. Watson, 
New Bern. 

Sheriff— J. W. Biddle, New Bern. 
Register of Deeds — S. H. Fowler, 
New Bern. 

L. Eure, New Bern. 
D .V. Jones, New 



Treasurer — T. 

Coroner — R. 
Bern. 

Surveyor — W. F. Carlisle, New Bern. 

Co. Supt. of Health— I. F. Rhem, 
New Bern. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — S. M. Brinson, 
New Bern. 

Supt. of County Home — Fanny Wil- 



liams, New Bern. 

Co. Board of Education — R. A. 
Wrenn, I. S. Morton, Daniel Lane. 

County Commissioners — C. E. Foy, 
(chrm), New Bern; G. V. Richardson, 
Dover ; A. E. Wadsworth, Cove City ; 
J. B. Harvey. Vanceboro ; J. C. Mc- 
Gowan, New Bern. 

County Board of Elections — W. 
Dunn. Jr., New Bern; J. S. Basnight, 
New Bern ; Louis G. Daniels, New 
Bern. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

No. 1 Township — F. A. Gaskins, 
Vancebore, R. F. D. No. 2; George C. 



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Gaslrins, Vanceboro, R. F. D. No. 3; | 
L. E. Dudley, Vanceboro, R. F. D. No. 
No. 1; N. M. Lancaster, Vanceboro; 
B. R. Warren, Vanceboro; G. A. 
Whitford, Askin, R. F. D. No. 1 ; .T. 
L. Forrest, Vanceboro ; J. A. Al- 
dridge, Vanceboro, R. F. D. No. 2. 

No. 2. — S. W. Latham. New Bern, 
R. F. D. No. 1; Alfred Gaskins, New 
Bern, R. F. D. No. 1; N. T. Fuleher, 
New Bern, R. F. D. No. 1; Cicero 
Gaskins, New Bern, R. F. D. No. 1; 
W. A. Barrington, New Born. R. F. D. 
No. 1; N. M. Farrow. Bridgeton. 

No. 3.— H. L. Arnold, Fort Barn- 
well; Amos Joyner, Fort Barnwell; 
\V. H. West, Dover; C. J. White, 
Dover; J. S. Robinson, Cove City; A. 
S. Dixon, Dover; L. I. Harper, Fort 
Barnwell. 

No. 5. — J. S. Morton, North Har- 
lowe; E. C. Taylor, Batchelor; .T. H. 
Carraway. North Harlowe. 

No. 6.— T. E. Haywood, Croatan ; J. 
H. Hunter, Havelock ; W. Y. Wynne, 
Havelock. 

No. 7.— J. A. Miller, New Bern; B. 
W. Ives, Riverdale; J. D. Williams, 
New Bern. 

No. 8.— C. E. Foy, New Bern ; J. B. 
P'rench, New Bern, R. F. D. No. 2; 
W. R. Barrington, New Bern ; W. K. 
Baxter, New Bern ; J. C. Thomas, Jr., 
New Bern ; S. R. Street, New Bern ; 
J. M. Hargett, New Bern ; Furnie 
Gaskill, New Bern; J. A. Bryan. New 
Bern; T. F. McCarthy. New Bern; F. 
T. Patterson, New Bern ; J. M. Hines, 
New Bern ; W. H. Brav, New Bern, 
R. F. D. No. 2; W. H. Scott, New 
Bern, R. F. D. No. 3; D. S. Jones, 
New Bern ; S. H. Fowler. New Bern ; 
W. F. Hill, New Bern; L. S. Wood, 
New Bern ; Amos T. Wetherinsrton, 
Clarks: E. S. Street, New Bern; C. J. 
McCarthv, New Bern. 

No. 9.— A. E. Wadsworth, Cove City, 
R. F. D. ; O. H. Peny, New Bern, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Methodist— J. M. Wright, Bridge- 
ton; W. M. Dargan, Dover; D. A. 
Futrell, Newport. 

Presbyterian — Rev. Mr. Isler, Golds- 
boro. 

Baptist— T. J. Ragler, Cove City. 

Free Will Baptist — Charles Lee, 
Washington ; W. W. Lewis. Beaufort. 

Diseiple — Charles Lee. Washington. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Lane. M. D., Fort Barnwell. 

Hardison. B. C. Croatan. 

Barringer. E. S.. Croatan. 
COTTON GINS. 

Atkinson, Jesse. Cove City, R. F. D. 

Mcllwein, Mary, New Bern, R. F. D. 

White, H. T., Cove City. 

Spock, Bryce, Cove City, R. F. D. 

Wadsworth Bros., Cove City, ,R. 
F. D. 

Richardson, R. A., Dover, R. F. D. 



West, W. H., Dover. 

White, J. E., Dover. 

Sauls, W. R., Fort Barnwell. 

Dudley, L. E., Vanceboro. R. F. D. 

Whitford, D. P., Askin, R. F. D. 

Lane, M. D., & Co., Fort Barnwell. 

Daugherty, J. E., New Bern, R. 
F. D. 

Dawson, A. B., New Bern, R. F. D. 

Pearce, G. F., Dover, R. F. D. 

Cannon, M. W., New Bern, R. F. D. 

Lancaster, E. A., New Bern, It. F. D. 

New Bern Cotton Oil Mills, New 
Bern. 

Ipock, J. H., New Bern, R. F. D. 

Thomas, L. G., New Bern, R. F. D 

White, W. C, Vanceboro. 

Morton, J. S., North Harlowe. 

Simpson, C, Riverdale. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Outlaw, Miss Ruth, Kinston, R. F. 
D. No. 6. 

Stapleford, Miss Bell, New Bern, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Causey, Miss Sallie, Vanceboro, R. 
F. D. 

Lancaster, Marie, Vanceboro, R. 
F. D. 

Broome, Miss Sallie, Kinston. 

Burney, Miss Julia, Vanceboro. R. 
F. D. 

Stapleford, Miss Maud, Vanceboro, 
R. F. D. 

Brewer, Miss Lula, Vanceboro. 

Shearin, Miss Mamie, Vanceboro. 

Howard, Miss Nancy, Vanceboro. 

Stevenson, Miss Mattie, New Bern. 
R. F. D. 

Ewell, Miss Annie, Vanceboro, R. 
F D. 

Dixon, Miss Lula, Vanceboro, R. 
F. D. 

Scott, Miss Lillian. New Bern. 

Kirkman, Miss Lola, Vanceboro, R. 
F. D. 

Williams. Miss Mabel, Vanceboro, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Pugh, Miss Clara, New Bern. 

Trenwith. Miss Fannie, New Bern. 

Bryan, Miss SalHe. Fort Barnwell. 

Whitford, Miss Katie, New Bern, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Dixon, Miss Henrietta, Dover. 

Kornegay, Miss Alma, Dover. 

Sawyer, Miss Lida, Fori Barnwell. 

Grant. Miss Daisey, Goldsboro. 

Brewer, Miss Daisey, Cove (Ml. v. 

Davis, Miss Myrtle, Cove City. 

darner, Miss Emma. Dover. 

Bryan, Miss Kate, Cove City. 

Hunter, Miss Annabel. Whitakers. 

Brock, Miss Marion, New Bern. 

Hooten, Miss Nellie, Dover. 

Wallace. Miss Carita, North Har- 
lowe. 

Bonner, Miss Blanche, P.onnerlon. 

Bell. Miss Bertha, North Harlowe. 

■ Morton, Miss Sallie, North Harlowe. 

Brinson. Miss Lillian. Reelsboro. 

Wood, Miss Maud. Riverdale. 

Smith, Miss Clarice. Riverdale. 



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Hardison, Miss Carrie, Morehead 
City. 

id. .Miss Lizzie, New Bern, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Wetherington, Miss Florence, Tus- 
carora. 

Wilcox, Miss Emma, Tuscarora. 

Pittinan, Miss Eva, Cove Citv, R. 
F. D. 

Cobb, Miss Bessie, Cove City, R. 
F. D. 

('..'.skins, Mrs. Bessie, New Bern, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Gaskins, Mrs. N. L., New Bern, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Wetherington, Mrs. J. E., New 
Bern, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Alphin, Mrs. A. H., New Bern, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Roehelle, Mrs. Z. A., Dover. 

Rochelle, Z. A., Dover. 

Bectun. r. N., Haveloek. 

Gaskins, N. L., New Bern, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Hill, M. A., Riverdale. 

Teague, R. T., Vanceboro. 

Causey, Benjamin, Vanceboro. 



NEW BERN. 

Population, 1009: 17,000. No. white 
polls. 800; No. colored polls, 733. 

Value real estate, $2,892,405; value 
personal property, $1,705,056. 

Tax Rate: 95c. on the $100 and 
$2.85 poll. 

Bonded debt, $308,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— C. J. McCarthy. 

Chief of Police — I. M. Harget. 

City Clerk— F. T. Patterson. 

Treasurer — D. M. Roberts. 

Tax Collector — J. J. Tolson. 

Standard-Keeper — E. Tucker. 

City Attorney— W. D. Mclver. 

City Supt. of Health— I. F. Patter- 
son. 

Postmaster — R. Hancock. 

R. R. Agents— J. H. Crawford, N. & 
S. Ry. ; B. S. Meeks, A. C. L. Ry. 

Express Agent — Z. V. Taylor. 

Telegraph Managers — Alice Sutton. 
Western Union ; Edna Holston, Postal 
Telegraph Co. 

Telephone Manager — L. S. Grant. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— I. W. Ham. T. S. Greaves. 

Christian — Rev. Mr. Jones, Pastor. 

Episcopal — J. H. Brown, Rector. 

Methodist— J. B. Hurley, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — I. H. N. Summerell. 
Pastor. 

Catholic — Father Stapleton, Pastor. 

Jewish — Rabbi Harry A. Merfleld. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

New Bern Graded School — H. B. 
Craven, Supt.: M. L. Hendren. Prin.; 
Harold Whitehurst. Asst. Prin. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

The Gaston. 

The Gem. 

The Hazleton. 



Patterson House. 
Yeomans, .Mrs. I. C. 

ARCHITECTS. 
Simpson, H. W. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
National Bank of New Bern — J. A. 
Bryan, President; J. H. Roberts, 
Cashier. 

Peoples Bank — Wm. Dunn, Presi- 
dent; T. A. Mizzell, Cashier. 

New Bern Banking & Trust Co. — J. 
B. Blades, President; George B. Pen- 
dleton, Cashier. 

BAKERS. 
Kaper, O. A. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Hyman Supply Co. 
Stewart, I. W. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
Perry Owen Shoe Co. 
Baxter, J. J. 
Dunn, J. G., & Co. 

BOOK STORES. 
Ennett. G. N. 
Whitehurst, M. E. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 
Coast Line Market. 
Contra! Market. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 
Waten, G. S. 
Jones, J. A. 

CLUBS. 
Craven Club. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Williams, I. V. 
Pumphrey. C. T. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Kress & Co. 
Bradham, C .D. 
Davis, D. R. 
Royal, H. E. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Rhodes & Underwood. 
Lane, I. B. 
Baxter, T. S. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Hollister & Co. 
Eller, E. B. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
W. B. Blades, President; W. G. ! , 
Bovd, Secretarv. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Dunn. I. D., & Co. 
Chadwick, F. M. 
Black, A. 

COTTON GINS. 
Broadev & Tves. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
Kress & Co. 

DENTISTS. 
Chirk, I. D. 
Dameron. L. L. 
Parker, Z. B. 
Hand. W. T. 
Dudlev, E. R. (col.) 

DRUGGISTS. 
•Bradham, C. D. 
Duffy, F. S. 
Gaston Drug Co. 



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Davis, I>. R. 

Duffy. L. 

Harget, D. A. 

DOCTORS. 

Rhem. J. F. 

Patterson, J. F. 

Duffy, R. N. 

Duffy, Leiiister. 

Armstrong, E. C. 

Duffy, Francis. 

Jones, R. D. V. 

Gibbs, N. M. 

Street, N. S. 

Caton, G. A. 

Hughes, F. W. 

Bell, Israel. 

Moore, H. S. 

Dr. Mann. 

DRV GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Baxter, J. J. 

Jarvis. 1». F. 

Mitchell. J. M. 

Dunn, J. <!., & Co. 

Lusker, M. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

New Bern Power & Light Co. 
FRUIT DEALERS. 

New Pern Fruit Co. 

Royal, H. E. 
1 KKTILIZEK DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Meadows, E. II. & I. A., Co. 

Craven Chemical Co. 

Va. -Carolina Chemical Co. 

Broadey & Ives. 

FLORISTS. 

Walny, J. W. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Watson, I. B. 

Harker & Co. 

Ives, George A. 

Willis, Albert. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

New Bern Iron Works. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Turner, T. J. 

Miller. J. S. 

Suter, John, & Son. 

GROCERS. 

Roberts, T. G. 

Roberts & Hurst. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Basnight, J. H. 

Blades, Cutler. 

Gaskell Hardware- Co. 

Whittv, J .C., & Co. 

HOSPITALS. 

Stewart Sanitorium. 

U. S. Marine Hospital. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Street, N. P. 

Nicol. G. A. 

Bryan & Oliver. (Fire.) 

Farrior, N. M. (Life.) 
JEWELERS. 

Eaton, S. H. 

Baxter, I. O. 

Hibbard, A. E. 

Matthews, E. H. 

LAUNDRIES. 

New Bern Steam Laundry. 



LAWYERS. 

Simmons. Ward & Allen. 
Ward, D. S. 
Mclver, W. D. 
Nixon, R. B. 
Hemenon, D. E. 
Warren & Warren. 
Nuun, R. A. 
Moore & Dunn. 
Williams, J. L. 
Pearsall, P. M. 
\\ hitehurst, H. O. 
Clark, W. W. 
Bryan, H. li. 
Moore, L. J. 
Green, E. M. 
Williams. 11. W. 
O'Hara, R. 
Wilson, I. W. 
LIMBER M'F'R'S AND DEALERS. 
Neuse Lumber Co. 
Elm City Lumber Co. 
Roper, J. L., Lumber Co. 
Blades Lumber Co. 
Pine Lumber Co. 

MAKBLE WORKS. 
Willis, I. K. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
Ilyman Supply Co. 
New Bern I run Works. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Onks M'f'g Co. (Farming Imple- 
ments.) 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
W. F. Hill. 

Gaskill Hardware Co. 
Basnight Hardware Co. 

PAINTERS. 
Berry. E. T. 
Blalock & Co. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Davenport, B. B. 
Watson, I. B. 

PLUMBERS. 
Green, J. C. 
Stallings Bros. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Fuller, Georsre R. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Wooten Studio. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Richardson Printing House. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Harper & Jones. 
Boyd, W. G. 
Taylor, W. X. L. 
Stewart, J. W. 
Wolfenden, J. J. 
Brown, H. A. 
Dail, George D. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Hull, W. F. 
Ellis, Warren B. 
Pine Lumber Co. 

TAILORS. 
Chadwick, F. M. 
Black, A. 
Sawyer, Richard. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Simpson, II. W. 
Willis. I. K. 



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VETERINARY SlK(iEONS. 

Williams, it. P. 

WAIili PAPER DEALERS. 

Lewis, Gilbert. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

New Bern. 
] Lome. 
Standard. 
Mutual Aid. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Boyd, W. B. (Fire.) 
Henderson, George. (Fire.) 
Nicol, A. (Fire.) 
Bryan & Oliver. (Fire.) 
Farrow, N. M. (Life.) 
Street, N. P. (Fire.) 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Daily Sun — A. G. Dunn, Editor. 
Daily Journal — C. L. Stevens, Edi- 
tor. 



VANCEBORO. 

Incorporated in 187*. 

Population, 1901): White, 350; col- 
ored, 175 ; total, 525. 

Value real estate, $100,000 ; value 
personal property, $50,000. 

Tax Rate : 33 l-3c. on the $100, 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — B. R. Warren. 

Postmaster — J. F. Edwards. 

Chief of Police— W. H. Smith. 

R. R. Agent— T. E. White, Norfolk 
& Southern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — T. E. White, 
Postal. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— J. C. Reynolds, Pastor. 

Episcopal — C. D. Malone, Rector. 
INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Butler, H. C. 

Harvey, J. B. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Vanceboro High School— R. T. Tea- 
gue, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Vanceboro— W. C. White, 
President; J. B. Harvev, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Dusuid, James A. 

Taylor, J. R. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Vanceboro Drug Co. 

GENERAL 3IERCHANDISE. 

White, W. C. 

Williams, A. M. 

Simpson, J.. & Co. 

Dinkins, M. 

Forrest, J. L. 

Warren Bros. & Butts. 

Lancaster, N. M„ & Bro. 

Lancaster, D. S. 

Foust, G. A. 

Coppage, D. W. 

Misses Brewer & Nelson. 

Edwards, Miss Madeline. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Vance. 

Edwards Boarding House. 
LIVERY STABLES. 

Warren & Clark. 



Bryan, J. M. 

White, Cleve. 

MANUFACTl RING PLANTS. 

Farmers Gin Co. 

White, W. C. i Saw mill, cotton gin, 
planing mill.) 



DOVER. 

Incorporated in 1901. 

Population, 1!X)9 : White, 450; col- 
ored, 450; total, 900 (estimated.) 

Value real estate, $50,000 ; value per- 
sonal property, $50,000. 

Tax Rate: 50c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— W. B. H. Blandford. 

Postmaster — W. II. Waters. 

Chief of Police — W. G. Rouse. 

R. R. Agent— C. D. Lane, Norfolk 
& Southern Railway ; W. W. Wooten, 
Dover & South Bound R. R. 

3Ianager Telegraph — C. D. Lane, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — W. M. Dargan, Pastor. 

Disciple — S. W. Summerell, Pastor. 

Baptist — Rev. Mr. Ragland, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — No Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Dover High School— Z. A. Rochelle. 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Dover — G. V. Richardson, 
President; W. H. Caton, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Pollock, Raymond. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Wilson, W. A. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Richardson, G. V. 

Wilson, W. A. 

Nachamson, Eli. 

Nachamson, Sol. 

Daugherty, H. E. 

Goldsboro Lumber Co.'s Store. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Richardson, Mrs. Fannie. 
LIVERY STABLES. 

Wilson, W. A. 

Daugherty, H. E. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Goldsboro Lumber Co. 

Maxwell Bros. Lumber Co 

Johnson, C. R.. Lumber Co. 

Waters, W. H., Lumber Co. 

Dover Lumber Co. 



COVE CITY. 

Incorporated in 1907. 

Population, 1909: White, 300; col- 
ored, 100; total, 400. 

Value real estate, $27,500 ; value per- 
sonal property, $21,950. 

Tax Rate: 25c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. S. Robinson. 

Postmaster — J. W. Kennedy. 

R. R .Agent— M. A. Hill, Norfolk & 
Southern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — M. A. Hill, 



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AND CHURCHES. 

M. Dargan, Rector, 

Mr. Ragland, Pastor. 
MERCHANDISE. 



Western Union, 
MINISTERS 

Episcopal — H. 
Dover. 

Baptist — Rev. 
GENERAL 

Jones, W. E. 

Aman. Rufus. 

Wetherington, O. S. 

Harris, J. H. 

Arnold, E. F. 

Avery, E. D. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 

Red Top Boarding House, E. A 
Nevery, Prop. 

Pittman House, Henry Pittman 
Proprietor. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Cox, A. B. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Harris, J. H. (Saw mill.) 



BRIDGETON. 

Incorporated in 1907. 



Population, 1909: White, 200; col- 
ored, 50; total, 250. 

Yalue real estate, $12,000; value per- 
sonal property, $50,000. 

Tax Rate: 35c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — N. C. Brooks. 

Postmaster — I. Ogleshy. 

Chief of Police — R. W. Hopewell. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — I. N. Wright, Pastor. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Oglesby, Jno. 

Tingle, A. M. 

Arthur, Gilbert. 

Fulcher, Perry. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Molton, T. W. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Bridgeton Lumber Co. 
Black Lumber Co. 
N. C. Brooks Co. 



CUMBERLAND COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, FAYETTEVILLE. 

Formed in 1754. Named in honor of Duke of Cumberland. 

Area: 900 square miles. 

Population, 29,249. 

Value of real estate, $24,686,055; value of personal property, $2,169,759. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $0,433,343; by negroes, $442,881. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 90; for negroes, 65. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 23c. on the $100; pension, .01c; bonds, 12c; 
roads and bridges, 12c. ; special school tax Cross Creek Township, 25c. ; 
State, 25c. ; school, 20c. 

County bonded debt, $126,S00. 

Puhlic Roads: No. miles, 400 Worked Public Road Law and county con- 
victs. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railway, 60.13 miles, assessed value $1,757,478.44 

The Pullman Company, assessed value 5,513.79 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 10,317.54 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 14,842.82 

Aberdeen & Rockflsh Railroad, 36.00 miles, assessed value 169,878.60 

Roseboro & Fayetteville Telephone Company, assessed value . . . 395.00 

Clinton & Dunn Telephone Company, assessed value 45.00 

Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Company, assessed value 10,871.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value . . . 8.349.00 

Raleigh & Southport Railroad, 21.50 miles, assessed value 105,723.14 

Postal Telegraph Cable Company, assessed value 5.200.59 

Merchants & Farmers Steamboat Company, assessed value 7.600.00 

Superior Court Terms: January 17th; May 30th; August 29th; Novem- 
ber 21, criminal cases. February 21st; March 28th, mixed. May 2nd, 2 
weeks. October 24th, two weeks, civil cases. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— A. A. Mac- 

Kethan. Fayetteville. 

Sheriff — N. A. Watson. Fayetteville. 

Register of Deeds — W. M. Walker. 
Fayetteville. 

Treasurer — David Caster, Fayette- 
ville. 

Coroner — J. V. McGougan, Fayette- 
ville. 

Surveyor — W. W. Baker, Fayette- 



ville. 

Co. Sunt, of Health Win. S. Jordon, 
Fayetteville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— B. T. McBryde, 
Fayetteville. 

Supt. of County Home — Alex. Leslie, 
Fayetteville. 

Co. Board of Education — J. A. Oatos, 
Ohrm.), Fayetteville; A. D. McGill, 
(sec'y), Fayetteville; J. W. Hall. Au- 
tryville. 



FOURTH NATIONAL BANK, Fayetteville, N. G. 

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County Commissioners — J. J. Bill- 
iard. (cnrm.)i Fayetteville; Herberl 
Lutterloh, Fayetteville ; \V. .1. Olive, 
Wade; R. It. Hell. Carlos; J. A. 
Keith, Lobelia. 

County Hoard of Elections — W. G. 
Hall, (cbxm.), Fayetteville; George 
Holmes, Fayetteville; A. H. Slocomb, 
Fayetteville. 

.11 STICES OF THE PEACE. 

Cross Creek Township— D. N. Mc- 
Lean, Fayetteville; W. S. Cook, Fay- 
etteville; W. W. Hushe. Fayetteville; 

C. P. Overby, Fayetteville: W. D. Gas- 
ter, Fayetteville; W. A. Brown, Fay- 
etteville; Colin MacRae, Fayetteville; 
T. J. Powers, Favetteville; Frank 
Glover, Fayetteville; C. B. .McMillan. 
Fayetteville; W. C. Holland, Fayette- 
ville. 

Pearces Mill — A. J. Barrett, Fayette- 
ville ; J. W. Lee. Fayetteville; D. H. 
McMillan, Favetteville: S. S. Arey, 
Favetteville, R. F. D. No. 7. 

Grays Creek— J. P. Thames, Fay- 
etteville, R. F. D. No. 8; W. C. Hol- 
land, Edonia ; F. A. Marsh, Favette- 
ville, R. F. D. No. S. 

Seventy First— D. B. Gillis, Fayette- 
ville, R. F. D. ; N. S. McArther. Fay- 
etteville, R. F. D. ; John F. McFayden, 
Favetteville, R. F. D. 

Quewhiffle— W. J. McCrany, Rae- 
ford;N. A. McDonald, Timberland. 

Carvers Creek — R. L. Lewis, Little 
River Academy ; N. Bill. Fayetteville, 
R. F. D. : Joseph Ray, Draughon. 

Little Kiver — J. H. Priest, Invern- 
ess ; W. A. Wright. Lobelia : J. A. 
Wright, Lobelia. 

Beaver Dam — D. H. Vinson. Rose- 
boro, R. F. D. No. 3; Joseph M. 
Fisher, Cedar Creek, R. F. D. No. 1; 

D. M. Beard, Cedar Creek, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Cedar Creek— M. B. West. Cedar 
Creek; J. M. Faircloth; H. McN. Ray, 
Favetteville, R. F. D. 

Flea Hill— A. E. MeLeran. Fayette- 
ville. R. F. D. : Dan D. Bain, Wade. 
R. F. D. No. 1 ; M. Maxwell, Fayette- 
ville, R. F. I).; J. R. Bowden, Wade. 

Black River — Nathan Williams, God- 
win ; B. H. Jernisian, Dunn, R. F. D. 
No. 4; E. J. Godwin. Dunn, R. V. I>. 
No. 4; H. P. Godwin. Wade, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Rockfish— E. D. Sneal. Cotton 
ter C. Perks, Hope Mills ; W. D. Dean, 
Hope Mills; A. G. Vaughn. Cumber- 
land ; John Smith, Hope Mills, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

MINISTERS NOT IX TOWNS. 

Presbyterian — David Fairley, Man- 
chester. 

Baptist— T. J. Baker, Cedar Creek; 
J. D. Tew, Fayetteville; W. M. Page, 
Fayetteville; J. M. Gibbs, Cotton; Q. 
R. Johnson, Cedar Creek. 



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srilOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

King Hiram School. 
Riverside Academy. 
Eastover Academy. 
Godwin Graded School. 
Little River Academy. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Averitt, K. G., Cedar Creek. 
Bullock, T. C. Autryville. 
Olive, P. W., Wade. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Evans, J. & O., Idaho. 
Downing, H. B.. Cedar Creek. 
Smith. A. B., Cedar Creek. 
Haywood, T. J., Idaho. 
MacAlister. D. A.. Wade. 
MacPhail, II. A.. Wade. 
Culbreth, J. C Falcon. 
Carter. Dan. Vander. 
MacNeill. A. A.. & Sons, Godwin. 
Adams. J. C, Little River Academy. 
Bird, Jeff, Little River Academy. 
Draughon, R. L., Draughon. 
Clark, J. F.. Manchester. 
Holt, D. McL., Argyle. 
Marsh, W. IL. Alderman. 
Jessup, Emmett, Clav Fork. 
Geddie, J. D., Stedman. 
Sessoms, Jeff. D., Stedman. 
Bullard, Vander, Vander. 
Carter. H. C, Buckhorn. 
Nun n a lee. W. L., Sherwood. 
Faircloth, J. T.. Raeford. 
COTTON GINS. 
Godwin, S. G., Fayetteville. 
Geddie, McD., Favetteville. 
Marsh, W. H., Alderman. 
Currie, J. H., Fayetteville. 
Hatcher, William, Carlos. 
Williams, W. -N., Fayetteville. 
McCorquedale, J. T., Kinnon. 
Blue & Faircloth, Raeford. 
SAW MILLS. 

Olive. W. J., & Co., Wade. 
Downing, A., Stedman. 
T'pchurch, T. B., & Bro., Raeford. 
Raeford Lumber Co.. Raeford. 
Johnson, C. W.. & Co., Raeford. 
Acme Lumber Co.. Raeford. 
McFavden, J. L., Raeford. 
Britton, W. H.. & Co., Timberland. 
Faircloth, J. T., Raeford. 
Johnson Lumber Co., Timberland. 
Bullard. A. J., & Son, Vander. 
Harnett Lumber Co., Manchester. 
Dean, J. W., Godwin. 
Jessup, Emmet, Cedar Creek. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Wilson. George P., Draughn. 
Wilkins. J. H.. Draughn. 
Pender. Miss Kate. Linden. 
Autry, Miss Carrie. Lane. 
Haywood. Miss Alice O.. Lane. 
Brooks, Miss Fannie. Kinnon. 
Clark. Miss Annie, Fayetteville. R. 
F. D. No. 6. 

McLean, I. A., Manchester. 
Clark. Miss Frances. Manchester. 
Johnson, Miss Jennie. Lobelia. 



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Cameron, Bliss Susie Lobelia. 

Sessoms, Miss Alpsie, Manly. 

McNeill, Miss Mary Lily, Manches- 
ter. 

McLaughlin, Miss Margaret, Man- 
chester. 

McPherson, Miss Janie, Manchester. 
R. F. D. No. 6. 

Coppedge, D. L., Manchester, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Shaw, Miss Kate, Manchester, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

McArthur, Miss Mary, Manchester, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

McArthur. Miss Elizabeth, Manches- 
ter. R .F. D. No. 3. 

McPherson, Miss Elizabeth, Man- 
chester, R. F. D. No. 3 . 

Currie. Miss Lizzie, Manchester, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Page, Miss Mary M., Raeford, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

McLaughlin, Miss Elizabeth. Lum- 
berdale. 

Graham. Miss Belle. Montrose. 

McKethan, Miss Annie, Pike. 

Stewart. Miss Rose, Rockfish. 

Blue, Miss Mille, Rockfish. 

Holt. J. E., Rockfish. 

Smith, Miss Mary C, Hope Hills, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

McDurfie. Miss Miss Mary, Hope 
Mills, R .F. D. No. 1. 

Cogdell, Miss Eugenia. Cumberland. 

Bvrd, R. P., Cumberland. 

Gills, M. S., Hope Mills. 

McDonald, Mrs. Lauchlin, Hope 
Mills. 

McLaughlin. Miss Mary. Hope Mills. 

Fouse. Miss Fannie, Hope Mills. 

Gainey, Miss Carrie, Hope Mills. 

McLeod, Miss Fannie, Hope Mills. 

Thagard, Miss Anna. Hope Mills. 

Evans, Browne, Parkton, R. F. P. 
No. 2. 

Page, B. R., Edonia. 

Williams. I. A.. Hope Mills, B. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Williams, Mis. 1. A.. Hope Mills, R. 
F. D. No. 2 

McOueen. Miss Nellie. Hope Mills, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Cox, Guv. Fayetteville, R. F. D. 
No. 8. 

Marsh, Miss Meta, Fayetteville, B. 
F. D. No. 7. 

Gainev, Miss Elizabeth, Favetteville. 
It. F. D. No. 7. 

.Tohnson. Miss Jennie. Cotton. 

Blake, Miss Irene, Elease. 

McPhail. Clark. Lena. 

Fisher, Miss Fannie, Cedar Creek. 
R. F. D. 

Autrv. Miss Euphie, Cedar Creek, 
R. F. D. 

Thagard, Miss Mary K.. Cedar 
Creek, R. F. D. 

Vinson, James, Cedar Creek, R. F. D. 

Sessoms, John T., Roseboro, B. F. 
D. No. 3. 



Starling', Mrs. Marshall, Roseboro, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Harris, Miss Mary Lilly, Autryville, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Bryant, Miss Bula, Autryville, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Downing, Miss Rossie, Buckhorn. 

Downing, Foster, Buckhorn. 

Liles, Miss Lola, Fayetteville, R. F. 
D. N. 5. 

Sessoms, Miss Mary, Fayetteville, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

McLeod, Mrs. Dora, Favetteville, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

McLeod, Hinton. Stedman. 

Cunningham, Miss Mildred, Sted- 
man. 

Sutton, Miss Carrie, Stedman. 

Rowland. Miss Winnie, Stedman. 

Bulla, Miss Carrie, Stedman. 

Matthews, Miss Maggie, Stedman. 

Jackson, Miss Pennie, Wade, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Crumpler, Miss Lula, Wade, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Seawell, Miss Nellie. Wade, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Fisher, Miss Hattie Lee, Dunn, R. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Graham, M. N. M., Graham. 

Holden, Thomas, Dunn. 

Maxwell, Percy, Dunn, B. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Smith, Miss Flora, Dunn. 

Clegg, W. R.. Godwin. 

Allen, Miss Minerva. Godwin. 

Minor, Miss Daisy, Godwin. 

Milner. Miss Mary, Godwin. 

Bain, Miss Mary, Wade. 

Stone, J. A., Fayetteville. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Holmes, Miss Henrietta. Fayette- 
ville. 

Stegall, Miss Ollie, Fayetteville. 

Culbreth, Miss Mary, Fayetteville. 

Fitchett, Miss Emma, Fayetteville. 



FAYETTEVIEEE. 

Population, 1909: 12.000. 

No. white polls, 565 ; No. colored 
I. oils, 195. 

Value real estate. $1,597,570: value 
personal property, !?9S7,294. 

Tax Rate: 1 per cent. 

Bonded debt. $293,000. (This in- 
cludes water works and electric plant, 
which is owned by city.) 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

3Iayor- V. C. Bullard. 

Chief of Police — J. McD. Monaghan. 

City Clerk — H. J. MacBuie. 

Treasurer — A. A. MacKethan. Jr. 

Tax Colleetoi — W. L. Hawley. 

City Attorney — J. S. Newton. 

City Supt. of Health— T. J. Powers. 

Postmaster — A. L. MacCaskill. 

R. R. Agents— C. S. MacMillan. At- 
lantic Coast Line; G. B. Underwood, 
Raleigh & Southport R. R. 

Express Agent — G. H. Davis. 



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Telegraph Manager — D. S. MacRae, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Telephone Manager — J. R. Boyd, 
Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— J. J. Hall, W. B. Loving. 

Episcopal — N. C. Duncan, Rector. 

Methodist — .1. T. Gibbs, Presiding 
Elder; Hay Street Church , L. E. 
Thompson, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — W. M. Fairley ; K. A. 
MacLeod. 

Catholic — Father Kennedy, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Fayetteville Graded School — J. A. 
Jones, Supt. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel LaFayette. 

Martin Hotel. 

Atlantic Hotel. 

Spence House. 

Cumberland Hotel. 

Williams, Miss Fannie. 

Snell. Miss Kate. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

The National Bank — W. A. Van- 
story. President ; S. W. Cooper, Vice- 
President; Allan MacMillan, Cashier. 

Fourth National Bank— H. W. Lilly, 
President; J. O. Ellington, Vice-Pres- 
ident and Cashier ; J. K. Hightower, 
Assistant Cashier. 

Cumberland Savings & Trust Co. — 
F. H. Stedman, President ; Claude 
Rankin, Cashier. 

BAKERS. 

MacNeill, J. S. 

MacNeill Bakery Co. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Poe, E. A., Co. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Jennings, E. H. 

Jessup Bros. 

Kennedy, J. L. 

Hollingsworth & Co. 

Globe Clothing Co. 

Folb, Mike. 

Ayer, S. G. 

Courtney, M. L. 

Shuford, Rogers & Co. 

Maultsby, W. S. 

Watson, C. M., & Co. 

Stein Bros. 

Jackson, J. C, & Son. 

Thornton, Frank. 

Jackson -Williams Co. 

BOOK STORES. 

Gorham Bonk & Music House. 

New Book Store Co. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Cross Creek. 

Farmer & Mechanic. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Buckingham, J. B., & Co. 

Vann, N. A. 

Kass, John. 

Johnson, R. M. 

Matthews, J. B. 

Britt, E. J., & Son. 



Bullard, T. R. 
Butler, Homan. 

Fry, C. B. 

Perry, A. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OK M'F'R'S. 

Benill & Vanstory. 

King, J. A. 

Ingram, J. W. 

Rankin, A. E., Co. 

CLUBS. 

Industrial Club. 

Elks Club. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Rankin, A. E., Co. 

Powell, W. H. 

MacMillan, H. L. 

Fry, C. B. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Lakeview Manufacturing Co. — W. L. 
Holt, President. 

Holt-Morgan— W. L. Holt, Presi- 
dent; L. A. Williamson, Secretary and 
Treasurer. 

Tolar-Hart & Holt— W. L. Holt, 
President; E. W. Nolly, Secretary and 
Treasurer. 

Holt-Williamson— W. L. Holt. Presi- 
dent : E. H. Williamson, Secretary and 
Treasurer. 

Victory Manufacturing Co. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Huske, A. S. 

Home. H. R., & Sons. 

King Drug Co. 

Wooten, L. C. 

Rav. D. H., & Co. 

Smith, R. G. W. 

Cook, J. P. 

Cumberland Cafe. 

Cook, A. J. 

B. E. Sedberry's Sons. 

MacKethan & Co. 

Clark, W. G. 

Jackson, R. M. 

Salesby's Candy Store. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Humphrey, D. J. 

Bullard. C. E. 

Black, John. 

Humphrey, E. J. 

Deal, W. W. 

Dayis, F. W. 
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Fayetteyille Ice & Mfg. Co. 

Carmon, Joshua. 

Fry, C. B. 

Poe, E. A.. Brick Co. 

Fortner, John. 

Beal, Green. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 

E. J. Hale, President; F. R. Rose. 
Secretary. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Folb, Mike. 

Maltsby, J. S. 

Globe Clothing Co. 

Watson, C. M., & Co. 

Stein Bros. 

Shuford, Rogers & Co. 



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Favetteville Department Store. 

Riffs, T. 

COTTON GINS. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

MacNeill, J. D. 

DEPARTMENT STOKES. 

Courtney, M. L. 

Thornton, Frank. 

DENTISTS. 

Cromartie, A. S. 

Judd, J. H. 

Patterson, G. B. 

Patterson & Judd. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Fayetteville Chronicle — J. J. Hall, 
Editor. 

Fayetteville Observer — E. J. Hale, 
Editor. 

DRUGGISTS. 

MacKethan & Co. 

Home, H. R.. & Sons. 

King Drug Co. 

B. E. Sedberry's Son. 

Cook, A. J. 

DOCTORS. 

Highsmith, J. F. 

Highsiuith. Seavy. 

Jordan, Wm. S. 

Lilly, J. M. 
MacKethan, D. G. 

Marsh, J. H. 

McGougan, J. V. 

MacKethan, J. A. 

MacNeill, J. W. 

Rose, A. S. 

Scofield, E. J. S. 

Thornton, Irene. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Thornton, Frank. 

Kennedy. J. F. 

Jessup Bros. 

Ayer. S. G. 

Courtney, M. L. 

Maultsby, A. S. & Bro. 

HolliiiE:sworth & Co. 

Riff. T. 
POWER AND EIGHT COMPANIES. 

Fayetteville Gas & Electric Co. 

Public Works Commission. 
FRUIT DEALERS. 

Smith Fruit Store. 

Salesbv's Candv Store. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

Rankin, A. E., Co. 

Taylor, D. K. 

FLORISTS. 

Lamb, .7. M. 

MacKethan & Co. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Fry, C. B. 

Perry, A. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Russell. C. S. 

Ward's Foundry & Plow Works. 
FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Fayetteville Furniture Co. 

Brothers, W. E. 

Sheetz, S., & Sons. 

Cape Fear Furniture Co. 



Newberry, C. B. 

GROCERS. 

Armfleld Co. ('Wholesale.) 

Culbreth, J. H.. & Co. I Wholesale.) 

Rankin, A. E., Co. (Wholesale and 
Retail.) 

Carolina Grocery Co. 

Smith, W. F. (Wholesale.) 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Huske Hardware House. 

Watson. Walter. 

Haigh, Charles. 

Rankin, A. E. 

McMillan Bros. 

Powell, W. H. 

Maultsby, J. Sam. 

Ward's Plow Works. 

Machinery Exchange. 

HOSPITALS. 

Highsmith Hospital. 

St. Luke's Hospital. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Huske, B. B. (Fire.) 

MacRae, S. H., Agency. (Fire.) 

Rose, F. R. (Fire.) 

Robinson. J. H. (Fire.) 

Holland, W. C. (Fire.) 

State Realty & Insurance Co. (Fire.) 

Fayetteville Realty & Insurance Co. 
(Fire.) 

Morgan, W. M.. & Co. (Fire.) 

Underwood, John. (Life.) 

LaFavette Mutual Life Insurance 
Co. (Life.) 

Smith, N. H. (Life). 

M.illov, W. B. (Life.) 

MacKethan Real Estate. Lean & 
Trust Co. (Life.) 

JEWELERS. 

Prior. Warren, & Sons. 

Reasley, P.. F. 

Upton -Sedberry Co. 

Whaley, J. J. 

LAUNDRIES. 

Fayetteville Steam Laundry. 

Citv Steam Laundry. 

Wah Sing. 

LAWYERS. 

Broadfoot, C. W. 

Bolton, J. H. 

Cook, H. L. 

Hall, A. S. 

MacKethan, E. R. 

Rose. <!. M. 

Murchison, I. A. 

Nimoeks, Q. K. 

Robinson, H McD. 

Shaw, J. G. 

Sinclair. N. A. 

Sutton, T. H. 

Dye, R. H. 

Rose, C. G. 

Everett, H. S. 

Bullard. V. C. 

Cashwell, D. J. 

Newton, J. Sprunt. 

Brothers, H. L. 

Lyon, Terry. 

Herring. R. W. 

Davis, E. G. 



FOURTH NATIONAL BANK OF FAYETTEVILLE, N, C„ 

PAYS 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS COMPOUNDED QUARTER- 
LY. MAIL DEPOSITS SOLICITED. 



16S 



CUMBERLAND COl VI'Y. 



LIMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALKKS. 
MaeDiarmid, \Y. J. 
Billiard. A. .1.. & Sons. 
McAllister- Ross Lumber Co. 
Bonne ,V Thain. 
Gilmore-Rankin Lumber Co. 
MAKItLE WORKS. 

Remsburg, E. L. 

MACHINERY' DEALERS. 

Russell, C. s. 

Carolina Machine Co. — C. S. Russell, 
Prop. & Manager. 

Clark, r. W. 

Machinery Exchange. 

Sanders, W. T. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Holt-Morgan Mills. (Cotton cloth.) 

Holt- Williamson Mill (Yarns.) 

Tolar-Hart Mill. (Yarns.) 

Lakeview Mfg. Co. (Yarns.) 

Victory Mfg. Co. (Cotton cloth.) 

Ashley-Bailey Mill No. 1. (Silk mill.) 

Ashley-Bailey Mill No. 2. (Silk mill.) 

Algoddon Knitting Mill. 

Ward's Plow Works. 

Bruton, J. C, Cross Arm Works. 

West Lumber Co. (Crates.) 

Boone & Thain. 

Fayetteville Woodenware Company. 
(Buckets.) 

Ga. Pine Turpentine Co. 

Poe, E. A., Brick Co. 

NAVAL STORE DEALERS. 

Slocomb, A. H. 

Ga. Pine Turpentine Co. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Huske Hardware Co. 

PAINTERS. 

Wright. T. T. 

Maultsby, Wm. 

.Tones, li'vin. 

Waddell, Alfred. 

Jones, Lonnie. 

PLUMBERS. 

Crane. V. H. 

Burke, Sam. 

Richardson. J. B. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 

Blount. W. F. 

Sheetz, S., & Sons. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Paton Studio. 

Keen's Studio. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 

Index Printing Co. 

Judge Printing Co. 

Murphv, H. L. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

MaeKethan. E. R. 

Favetteville Realty & Insurance Co. 

Rose, F. R. 

Fayetteville Real Estate Agency. 

State Realty & Insurance Co. 

Underwood. John. 

Sutton, Thomas. 

Smith, N. H. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 

Huske Hardware Co. 

Machinery Exchange. 

Evans, J. & O. 



Rankin, E. A. ,Co. 

TAILORS. 
Newman, L. 
King, A. 1'. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Wilson & Rogers. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Martin, Tom. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Gorham Book & Music Co. 
The New Book Store. 



900; col- 



value 



A. 
E. 



HOPE MILLS. 

Incorporated in 1S88. 

Population, 1909: White, 
ored, S; total, 908. 

Value real estate. $250,000; 
personal property, $28,500. 

Tax Rate: 33c. on the SI 00. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— W. O. Perks. 

Postmaster — Mrs. M. J. Pate. 

Chief of Police— H. S. Fisher. 

R. R. Agents— W. O. Wilson, 
L. R. R. and V. C. & S. R. R. ; 
Tyson. A. & R. R. R. 

Manager Telegraph — W. C. Wilson, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — J. D. Pegram, Pastor. 

Baptist— P. T. Britt, Pastor. 

Episcopal — W. D. Duncan. Rector. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Hope Mills Graded Sehool — W. B. 
Cole, Supt. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Hope Mills Bank— J. H. MePhail, 
President; L. B. Fleming, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Gilbert, J. C. 

Andrews, V. L. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Stancill, G. W. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Hope Mills Mercantile Co.. J. C. 
Gilbert. Pres. : S. J. Harrington, Vice- 
Pres. ; J. B. White, Sec. and Treas. 

Company Store (Inc.), E. W. Lasley. 
Pres.: J. A. Bynum, Gen. Mgr. 

Fort, M. F. 

Simmons. George. 

Smith, N. H. 

Hall. H. T. 

Harris. G. W. 

Jones, Samuel. 

Sessoms, S. M. 

Muselwhite, Nettie. 

Brady, Lee. 

Johnson, Rufus. 

Leazer, J. W., Furniture 
Hamilton, Manasrer. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Wingate, Chas. H. Adams. 
Proprietor. 

Elkins, J. W. 

LIVERY 

Baker, Ben. 

Smith. J. D. 

Thames, H. F. 

Calcut, Charles 



Co.. M. 



STABLES. 



R. 



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Britt, Moses. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Hope Mills Nos. 1 & 4. 
Cumberland Concrete Co. 

LAWYEKS. 
Newton, Z. B. 
M n sel white, J. F. 



200. 



A. & 



RAEFORD. 
Incorporated in 1899. 
Population. 1909: White. 1, 
Tax Rate: 1-3 of 1 per cent. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — J. W. Johnson. 
Postmaster — D. J. Currie. 
Chief of Police— W. H. Russell 
R. R. Agent — W. E. Freeman, 
R. R. R. Co. 

Manager Telegraph — W. E. Freeman, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Presbyterian — W. C. Brown. Pastor. 
Methodist— J. W. Bradly, Pastor. 
Baptist — D. B. Humphrey, Pastor. 

* IXS1RAXCE AGENTS. 
Moore, John W. (Fire.) 
Graham, G. A. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Moore, John W. 
Graham, G. A. 

BARBERS. . 
B. F. Grimes. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADE3IIES. 
Raeford Institute. 

BAN liS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Raeford — John \Y. Mc- 
Lauchlin, President; John W. Moore, 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 
Brown, George W. 
Graham, (ieorge A. 
Dickson. A. P. 
Juat, Francis. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Facts and Figures — D. L. Poole 
Editor. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Raeford Drug Co. 

DENTISTS. 

Cromartie, H. R. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

McLauchlin, J. M., Co. 



Johnson, J. W.. Co. 

Moore Supply House. 

Pearson, W. L. 

McNeill Bros. 

Mc( Jill & Morris. 

Glisson, J. D. 

McKethan, Daniel. 

Walter. W. F. 

McLean, H. S. 

Baucom, R. J. 

Peele Bros. 

Williamson, J. B. 

McKeethan, D. S. 

Gatlin, H. L. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Raeford Hardware Co. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Raeford Furniture Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Commercial Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Andrews, J. B. 

SALES STABLES. 

Fuller, A. J. 

Gatlin & Williford. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Raeford Power & Mfg. Co. (Cotton 
yarn. 7,000 spindles.) 

Blue Brick & Tile Co. (Daily capa- 
city 20,000). 

Builders' Lumber Co. (Planing mills 
and turned work). 

Johnson, J. W. (Planing mills.) 

Culbreth & Graham. (Blacksmiths.) 

Black, John. (Blacksmith.) 

Austin & Williford. (System gin.) 



CUMBERLAND. 

Population. 1909: 400. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — J. W. Hodges. 
Chief of Police — S. Hales. 
Tax Rate: 1-3 of 1 per cent. 

COTTON MILLS. 
J. Frederic Houston & Co.. -1. 
Frederic Houston, Secretary & Treas. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Company Store. 
Parker, S. H. 
Morgan & Johnson. 



CURRITUCK COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, CURRITUCK. 



Named in honor of Tribe of Indians. 

Area, 200 square miles. 

Population, (5,902. White males, 2,550; white females, 2,450; negro 
males, 1,000; negro females, 900; foreign born, 2. 

Value of real estate, $1,084,095: value of personal property, $449,811. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $1,431,529; by negroes, $102,377. 

No. of Schools: For whites. 36; for negroes. 1".. 

Tax Rate: County purposes. 23 2-3 cents on the $100; special la cents. 
County bonded debt, $1,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles public roads, 150. Worked by hands, not by 
taxation. 



170 CURRITUCK COUNTY. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Norfolk & Southern Railway, 14.30 miles, assessed value £142,?.14.?.0 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 1,329.47 

Currituck Telephone Company, assessed value o!ooo.00 

Norfolk & Carolina Telegraph & Telephone Co., assessed value.. 5.455.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 1,034.60 

Albemarle & Chesapeake Canal Company, assessed value 25,000.00 

Superior Court Terms: First Monday before 1st Monday in March and 
1st Monday in September. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— E. W. Ansell, 
Currituck. 

Sheriff" — J. E. Barnard, Moyock. 

Register of Deeds— R. E. Flora. 
Currituck. 

Treasurer — G. W. Williams, Curri- 
tuck. 

Surveyor— Caleb B. Bell, Shaw- 
boro. 

Co. Supt. of Health— Dr. H. M. 
Shawboro. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— Dr. J. M. 
Newbern, Jarvisburg. 

Co. Board of Education — W. J. 
Tate, Kitty Hawk; E. S. Bowden, 
Knott's Island; Dr. S. M. Mann, 
Moyock. 

County Commissioners — T. L. Jar- 
vis, Moyock ; J. W. Sanderlin. Shaw- 
boro ; W. H. White, Knott's Island. 

County Board of Elections — G. A. 
Griggs, Maple; L. Walker, Barco, 
R. L. Newbern, Old. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Moyock Township — C. G. Old, Vine, 
Va.; T. L. Fulford. Moyock. 

Crawford — J. L. DeCormis, Shaw- 
boro ; A. D. Sawyer, Tulls ; L. Walker. 
Barco. 

Poplar Branch — R. L. Newbern, 
Old; L. H. Gallop, Harbinger; E. V. 
Melson, Harbinger. 

Fruitville — F. Bonney, Z. T. Fen- 
tress. Knott's Island. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Methodist— S. J. Kilpatrick. Moy- 
ock; H. M. Jackson, Poplar Branch; 
J. T. Old, Currituck. 

Baptist — J. B. Feribee, Shawboro ; 
J. A. Willoughby, Poplar Branch. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Ritter, F. W., Moyock. 
Mann, S. M., Moyock. 
Shaw. M. M., Shawboro. 
Cowell, W. H., Sligo. 
Garrington, J. F., Coinjock. 
Garrington, Cecil, Coinjock. 
Griggs, W. T., Poplar Branch. 
Newbern, J. M„ Jarvisburg. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Vande Con, C. R., & Co. Moyock. 
Fulford, A. J., & Co., Moyock. 
Cox, J. B., Moyock. 
Payne Bros., Moyock. 
Humphries, C. V., & Bros., Tulls. 
Snowden, F. P., Snowden. 



Forbes & Grandy, Shawboro. 

Barnard, J. P., Shawboro. 

Doxey, II. J., Sligo. 

Perkins, C. L., Sligo. 

Gregory, Noah, Currituck. 

Johnson, E. R., Currituck. 

Griggs, G. A. Maple. 

Walker, H. D., Maple. 

Ballance, M. V.. Maple. 

Bosewell, Grandy, Barco. 

Barco, C, Comfort. 

Lindsey, Dempsey, Coinjock. 

Guard, J. T., Coinjock. 

Bray, B. N., Waterlily. 

Hampson. W. H., Waterlily. 

Parker. W. II., Aydlett. 

Woodhouse, D. W., Poplar Branch. 

Gallop, J. C. Poplar Branch. 

Evans Daniel, Poplar Branch. 

Grandy, C. L., Grandy. 

Owens, A., Grandy. 

Gallop, W.H., Jarvisburg. 

Scott, D. A., Jarvisburg. 

Fisher, John, Jarvisburg. 

Brock. C. H., Powell's Point. 

Etheridge, Richard, Powell's Point. 

Aydlett, C. C, & Son, Harbinger. 

Harrell. T. S., Mamie. 

Aydlett, C. G., & Son, Mamie. 

Guard, T. M.. & Co., Mamie. 

Gray. Curtis, Corolla. 

Bowden, E. D., & Son, Knott's Is- 
land. 

Jones Bros., Knott's Island. 

Munden, J. E., Woodleigh. 

Jones Bros.. Woodleigh. 

Goswood, J. H., Gregory. 

Perry, Dempsey, Kitty Hawk. 

Scarborough, Geo., Duck. 

Leary. A. K., Duck. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Walker, Mrs. C, Currituck. 

Guard, J. T., Coinjock. 

Fulford. T. L., Moyock. 

Brock, C. H., Powell's Point. 

LAWYERS. 

Simmons. A. M., Currituck. 

COTTON GINS. 

Vande Can, C. R., & Co.. Moyock. 
Johnson, E. R., Currituck. 
Stevenson, Geo. E., Shawboro. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Vande Can, C. R.. & Co., Moyock. 
Stevenson, Geo. E., Shawboro. 
Perkins, C. L., Sligo. 
Johnson, E. R., Currituck. 



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SAW MILLS. 

Perkins, C .L., Sligo. 

Perkins, L., Poplar Branch. 

Carolina Land & Lumber Co., 
Moyock. 

Fulford, A. J.. & Co., Moyock. 

Clark Bros., Coinjock. 

Farmers' Manufacturing Co., Coin- 
jock. 

Payne, Nathan, Poplar Branch. 

Tate, W. J., Kitty Hawk. 

SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Dulin, Miss Julia, Harbinger. 

Sykes, Miss Irma, Harbinger. 

Burgess, Miss Annie, Powell's Point. 

Hall, Miss Louise, Powell's Point. 

Dozier, Miss Nettie, Jarvisburg. 

Perkins, Mrs. Surlies, Powell's 
Point. 

Gray, Miss Marion L., Girandy. 

Foreman, Miss Ruth, Grandy. 

Reid, Miss Inez, Poplar Branch. 

Phelps, Miss Anna, Poplar Branch. 

Phelps, Miss Mary, Poplar Branch. 

Chesson, Miss Dollie, Aydlette. 

Jobe, Miss Aline, Coinjock. 

Talbott, Miss Ruby, Waterlily. 

Talbott, Miss Grace, Waterlily. 



Brumsey, Horace, Barco. 

Bell, Miss Mary P., Maple. 

Alexander, Miss Carrie, Currituck. 

Taylor, S. T., Coinjock. 

Forbes, M. B., Currituck. 

Council, Miss Burnett, Tulls. 

Newbold, Miss Virginia, Moyock. 

Garrett, C. B., Moyock. 

Ferebee, Miss Ola M., Shawboro. 

Ferebee, Miss Louise, Shawboro. 

Gray. Mrs. Blanche, Corolla. 

Tillette, Miss Cece Belle, Kitty 
Hawk. 

Morse, Miss Essie, Kitty Hawk. 

Baum, Miss Nora, Kitty Hawk. 

Wright, Miss Maggie, Kitty Hawk. 

F.orbes, Miss Mary A., Knott's Is- 
land. 

Hedspeth, Miss Nita M., Knott's 
Island. 

Thomas, Mrs. Alice, Knott's Is- 
land. 

Johnson, Miss Elsie, Woodleigh. 

Barkley, Miss Edna S., Deals. 

Deals, Miss Mary, Vine, Va. 

Bell, Miss Annye E., Munden, Va. 

Goodson, Miss Ruth L.-, North 
West, Va. 



DARE COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, MANTEO. 



Formed in 1ST0. Named in honor of Virginia Dare. 

Area: 975 square miles. 

Population: 7,550. White males, 4,000; white females, 3,000; negro 
males, 300; negro females, 250; foreign born, 100. 

Value of real estate, $459,183; value of personal property, $220,000. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites. $052, 100; by negroes, $16,932. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 19; for negroes, 3. 

Tax Kate: County purposes. 40c. on the $100; special, 40c. County 
bonded debt, $16,500. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 150. Worked under Old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Eastern Carolina Transportation Company, assessed value $1,550.00 

Old Dominion Steamship Company, assessed value 200.00 

Superior Court Terms: November and May. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— Samuel E. 
Midgett, Manteo. 

Sheriff — J. D. Hayman, Manteo. 

Register of Deeds — Asa V. Evans, 
Manteo. 

Treasurer — I. N. Davis, Wanchese. 

Coroner — J. T. Daniels, Wanchese. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— W. B. Feoing, 
Manteo. 

Supt. Co. Home— L. D. Hessel, 
Manteo. 

Co. Board of Education — R. C. 
Evans, (chrm.), Manteo; S. A. Grif- 
fin, Manteo ; F. J. Fielder, Frisco. 

County Commissioners — A. J. Fulch- 
er, (chrm.), Fisco : S. M. Daniels, 
Wanchese; J. B. Pinner, East Lake. 

County Board of Elections — W. S. 



Davis, (chrm.), Wanchese; L. N. 
Midgett, Skyco. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

East Lake Township — A. M. Cohoon, 
East Lake. 

Nagrs Head — B. T. Daniels, Wan- 
chese; W. S. Davis, Wanchese; John 
Q. Homer, Manteo ; John W. Evans, 
Manteo. 

Croatan — B. F. Good, Manns Har- 
bor. 

Hatteras — Geo. W. Farrow, Frisco ; 
(). M. Scarborough, Buxton. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Methodist — R. A. Broughton, Manns 
Harbor; Rev. J. N. Whitson, Kitty 
Hawk ; R. L. Beaslev, Avon. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

O'Neal, Miss Maude, Stumpy Point. 



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Easou, F. M.. Buxton. 

Davis, Roy I... Manns Harbor. 

Godwin, < '. 'I'.. Basl Lake. 

Daughtery, .Miss Orphelia, Roanoke 
Island. 

Baum, Miss Sarah, Skyco. 

Wanchese Academy, W. W. Sted- 
,'i.in. \\ anchese. 

Gray, A. «'.. Colington. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Davis, .1. .1., Buxton. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Pinner, J. B.. East Lake. 
Daniels. B. R., Wanchese. 
Daniels, S. M.., Wanchese. 
Davis, I. N., Wanchese. 
Withers, T. J., Wanchese. 
Midgett, M. S., Rodanthe. 
Midgett, J. E.. Rodanthe. 
Pugh, B. S„ Rodanthe. 
1 'arrow, L. D.. Salvo. 
Pulliam, W. H., Hatteras. 
Stout, A. J., Hatteras. 
Terrford. W. O., Nags Head. 
Meeks. D. L., Stumpy Point. 
Burrus, E. E., Hatteras. 
Meeks, D. F., Avon. 
Puleher, A. J., & Bro., Frisco. 
Fulcher. (). C, & Bro., Buxton. 
dray, L. H., Avon. 
Hooper, Geo. W.. Stumpy Point. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL, TEACHERS. 
Huff, Mrs. s. R., Stumpy Point. 
Coltrom, Mrs. W. G., Manteo. 
Coltrom. W. B., Manteo. 
Singleton. Miss Ursula, Manteo. 
Relfe, Miss Lizzie, Manns Harbor. 
Stowe, Miss Lucy. Hatteras. 
Dowe, Miss Madelon, Skyco. 
Midgett, Miss Orenda, Manteo. 
Hooper, Miss Lucinda, Manteo. 
Evans, Miss Ruth. Manteo. 
Gray, Alonzo, Avon. 
.Tanette. Miss Odessa, Buxton. 
Eason, J. 1).. East Lake. 
Mann, E. W.. Manns Harbor. 
Parker, J. W., Hatteras. 
Push, C. R., Wanchese. 
Gray, L. Y„ Salvo. 
Eason, F. M.. East Lake. 
Bill tips. Miss Pearle. Avon. 
Billups. Miss Alma. Skyco. 
Anderson, Miss Annie. Manteo. 
Midgett. Miss Mildred, Wanchese. 
Simpson, Mrs. Aldean. Wanchese. 
Hobson. Miss. Wanchese. 
Crup. Miss Louise, Bast Lake. 
Scarborough, Miss Maude, Hatteras 
Forties. Miss Mary. Buxton. 
Webb, Miss Elizabeth, Manteo. 
Sharp, Miss Lena, Manteo. 



MANTEO. 

Incorporated in 1899. 
Population. 1909: 850. 
Xo. white polls. 125. 
Value real estate. $69,635; value per- 
sonal propertv. S:;7,328. 

Tax Rate: 1(5 2-3c. on the $100. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

.Mayor — B. <i. Crisp. 
Chief of Police— T. F. Midgett. 
City Clerk — Jos. A. Evans. 
Treasurer — Jos. A. Evans. 
Tax Collector— T. F. Midgett. 
Postmaster — O. J. Jones. 
R, R. Agent— J. B. Griffin. Agent 
for Eastern Carolina Transportation 
Company. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — D. A. Tedder, Pastor. 
Methodist— R. W. Price, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Manteo Oratletl School — G. M. Guth- 
ery, Principal. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Hotel Roanoke, R. C. Evans, Prop. 
Tranqued House, A. V. Evans, 
Proprietor. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Manteo — R. C. Evans, Pres- 
ident : R. Bruce Etheridge. Cashier. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
The Griffin Sample Co. 
Meeker, T. S., Co. 
Baum & Tarkiugton. 
Davis. C. W. 

BOOK STORES. 
Meekins, T. s„ Co. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Crisp. T. R.. & Co. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS & MT'R'S. 
Evans. James A. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Davanport, A. H. 
Meekins. T. S., Co. 
The Griffin Sample Co. 
Baum & Tarkington. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Gray, W. P. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
F. P. Gats, President. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Davis, C. W. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
Meekins. T. S.. Co. 
The Griffin Sample Co. 
Baum & Tarkinatou. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Sea Side Drug Co. 

DOCTORS. 
Gates, F. P. 
Fearinff. W. B. 
Codc-swel. J. D. 
Grait, J. L. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Meekins, T. S.. Co. 
The Griffin Sample Co. 
Baum & Tarkington. 
Davis. C. W. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Griffin, W. J. 

GROCERS. 
Meekins. T. S., Co. 
The Griffin Sample Co. 
Baum & Tarkington. 
Davis, C. W. 



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INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Evans, Meekins & Co. 
LAWYERS. 
Crisp, B. <;. 
Stringfield, D. M. 
LUMBER MT'R'S. AND DEALERS. 
Casey, J. W. 

PAINTERS. 
Brothers, W. J. 



PRODUCE DEALERS. 

Crisp, T. R., & Co. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Evans & Meekins. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Evans, James A. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Meekins, T. S., Co. 



DAVIDSON COUNTY. 



COUNTY SEAT, LEXINGTON. 



Formed in 1S23. Named in honor of General William Davidson. 

Area, COO square miles. 

Population: 30,(500. White males, 12.500; white females, 13,150; negro 
males, 2,220; negro females, 2,280. 

Value of real estate, so. 160, 176: value of personal property, $706,065.59. 

Property listed in 1009 by whites. $0,729,005.59; by negroes, $110,0:10. 

No. Schools: For whites, 94; for negroes, 18. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 21 2-3c- on the $100; special, 15c. for public 
roads. Lexington and Thomasville Townships. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 500. Worked by taxation in Lexington and 
Thomasville Townships. Other Townships worked under Old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Pleasant Grove Telephone Co.. assessed value $ 195.00 

Muddy ('reek Telephone Co., assessed value 17<!.oo 

North State Telephone Co., assessed value 186.00 

North Carolina Railroad Co., 21.80 miles, assessed value 1,161,190.30 

Piedmont Railway Co., 20.50 miles, assessed value 56,250.00 

The Pullman Co., assessed value 4,176.61 

Thomasville Telephone Co., assessed value 1,725.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 2,305.65 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. assessed value 37,332.06 

Southern Bell Tel. & Tel. Co.. assessed value 4,145.00 

Lexington Telephone Co., assessed value 5,000.00 

American Tel. & Tel. Co., assessed value 12.00S.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 3,394.80 

Midway Telephone Co., assessed value 830.00 

Orinoco Telephone Co., assessed value 300.00 

Ritch Fork Telephone Co., assessed value 230.00 

Superior Court Terms: April 25th for civil cases only; August 15th; No- 
vember 14th, for jail and civil cases: February 28th. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— C. E. Godwin, 
Lexington. 

Sheriff— A. T. Delop, Lexington. 

Register of Deeds— G. W. Miller. 
Lexington. 
'Treasurer — W. G. Fitzgerald, Lex- 
ington. 

Coroner — J. W. Peacock, Lexington. 

Surveyor — Henry W. Payne. Lexing- 
ton. 

Co. Supt. of Health— -E. J. Buchanan, 
Lexington. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— P. S. Vann, 
Lexington. 

Supt. of County Home— J. M. Crafts, 
Lexington. 

Co. Board of Education— B. T. Har- 
rison, Denton ; II. S. Radcliff, Lexing- 
ton ; S. H. Averett, Thomasville. 

County Commissioners — M. R. Har- 
ris, Thomasville: A. E. Myers. Lex- 
ington, R. F. D. No. 3; J. L. Doby, 



Versailles. 

County Board of Elections — S. W. 
Finch, Lexington ; W. F. Thomason, 
Lexington; R. L. McCrary, Lexington. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Arcadia Township — Alex. A. Craver. 
Enterprise; James P. Crouch, Enter- 
prise; G. A. Jones, Enterprise; Lewis 
Weasner, Enterprise. 

Abbott's Creek— M. D. Raper, Ker- 
nersville, R. F. D. No. 1 ; C. H. Teague, 
Kernersville, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Alleghany — a. C. Newson, Ver- 
sailes; W. M. Surratt, Versailles; F. 
M. Cook, Bain. 

Boone — J. B. Bailey, Linwood, R. F. 
D. No. 1; W. L. Snider, Jubilee; D. 
C. Sharpe, Linwood. R. F. D. No. 1 ; 
W. D. Simmerson, Jubilee' 

Cotton Grove — O. L. Stoner. Lin- 
wood. R. F. D. No. 2; George W. 
Smith, Linwood, R. F. D. No. 2; A. W. 
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P. Kinney, 

No. 1; I>. M. 

F. D. No. 1; 

R. P. D. No. 1. 

Clem- 



T. Sharpe, Linwood. 

Conrad Hill— John II. Crotts, Lex- 
ington, U. F. D. No. 2; I. G. Thomas, 
Thomasville, It. F. D. N<>. ::. 

EmmonH — I!. F Lanier, Cid; .1. T.. 
Thompson, Lilac; A. J. Keck, (Mil: 
10. A. Moffitt, Denton. 

Sealing .springs — W. 
Silver Hill. It. F. D. 
Feezor, Silver Hill, R. 
M. L. Dean, Silver Hill, 

Hampton — W. B. Hampton, 
limns, 11 .F. D. No. 2. 

Jaekson Hill— R. M. Stokes, Jack- 
son Hill; George I. J. Elliott, Jackson 
Hill; J. B. Glover, Jackson Hill. 

Lexington — John H. .Mover. Lexing- 
ton; James Adderton, Lexington; 
George F. Morefield, Lexington ; J. F. 
Hedrick, Lexington ; T. L. Moore, 
Lexington. 

Midway— D. A. 
burg, R. F. D. No. 
Wallburg, R. F. D. 
man, Wallburg, R 

Silver Hill— George W 
Lexington, R. F. D. No. 



Clodfelter, Wall- 
1; R. E. Lambeth. 
No. 1; A. J. Hart- 

F. D. No. 1. 

Hedrick. 
Grover C. 



Palmer, Silver Hill; C. A. Hedrick. 
Silver Hill. 

Reedy Creek — Robert Warner, Lex- 
ington, R. F. D. No. 4; J. S. Hege, 
Lexington, R. F. D. No. 4; W. F. Wil- 
liams, Lexington, R. F. D. No. 4. 

Tyro— W. J. Giles, Lexington. R. F. 
I). No. 5; D. C. Craver. Lexington, 
R. F. D. No. 3; H H. Hartley. Lex- 
ington, R. F. D. No. 5; W. B. Hunt. 
Lexington. R. F. D. No. 5. 

Thomasville — C. W. Burton. Thoma^- 
ville; W. A. Mendenhall, High Point, 
R. F. D. No. 4; J. W. Veach. Thomas- 
ville; David P. White. Hish Point: 
W. R. Rothrock, Thomasville. 

Yadkin College— M. F. Phillips. 
Lexington. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Swain, S. D., Lexington. 

Morton, H., Thomasville. 

Raffoon, W. J., High Point. 

Carrick, Thos, High Point. 

Henderson, G. W.. Blaine. 

Surratt, A .R., Linwood. 

Burly, J. M., Crescent. 

SCHOOLS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Wallburg — J. C. Earley, Principal. 

Reeds — Prof. Hendrix, Principal. 

Churchland — Prof. Hasty. Principal. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Anderson, A., Denton. 

Bulla. A. A., Jackson Hill. 

Cathel, J. E., Linwood, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Zimmerman, E. J., Lexington. R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

York, A. A., Linwood, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Bailey. J. B., Jubilee. 

"Varner, D. R., Versailles. 

Carrick. J. F., Silver Hill, R. F. D. 



No. 1. 

Hiplcr, D. II.. Hannersville. 

Lomax, M. R., Jubilee. 

Morris, J. W., Handy. 

Craver & Zimmerman, Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

COTTON GINS. 

Earnhardt, J. W., Lexington. 

Byerly Bros., Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Fitzgerald, J. W., Linwood. 

Becker. C. L., & Co., Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Thompson, G. M., Co., Lindwood, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILES. 

• irimes Bros., Lexington. 

Arcadia Mills, Arcadia. 

Penry, R. L., Lexington. 

Younts, Frank, Lexington, R. F. D. 

Miles, C. Denton, Denton. 
SAW MILLS. 

Snider Lumber Co., Denton. 

Michael, Fritts & Co. 

Hepler & Miller. 

Walser & Walser. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Grimes, Elwood, Keruersville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Snider,. Miss Carrie, High Point, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Clinard, Geo. Wallburg. 

Whicker, P. 10., Winston-Salem. R. 
F. D. No. .j. 

Moore. J. W., Keruersville, R. F. D. 
No. ]. 

Surratt. Lee, Jackson Hill. 

Weasner, R. F., Enterprise. 

Gray, Miss Ruth, Clemmocs, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Stewart, Miss Willie, Jubilee. 

Hasty, S. G., Linwood, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Redwine, R. K., Linwood, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Hilliard, W. H., Jubilee. 

Green ,Miss Melissa, Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Miller, F. S., Thomasville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Fox, Miss Fleta, Thomasville, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Frazier, C. C, Linwood, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Trantham, A. M., Linwood. 

Holder, M. A., Linwood, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Harris, Miss Troy, Denton. 

Newsom, L. A., Denton. 

Varner, S. L., Cid. 

Ripple, Mrs. Sallie. Clemmohs, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Feezor, Miss Florence, Silver Hill, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Surratt. L. D., Silver Hill. 

Stokes, Mrs. Myrtle, Jackson Hill. 

Johnson, H. L., Handy. 

Shoaf, R. G., Lexington. 

Dimmette, Walter, Lexington, R. F. 
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Leonard, Arthur, Lexington, R. F. I 
D. No. 3. 

Guyer, Miss Mamie, Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Leonard, J. C, Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Hunt. Miss Nannie, Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Long, Miss Mittie, Wallburg, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Yeach, Miss Blanche. Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Miller, Miss Lillie, Winston-Salem, 
R. F .D. No. 5. 

Link, J. S., Lexington. 

Raper, Miss Eurlora, Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Owen, Miss Carrie, Silver Hill, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Beck, R. L., Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Jones, Allen, Lexington. 

Wood, V. C, Thomasville. 

Perryman, R. L.. Lake. 

Yonts, Miss Stella, Thomasville. R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Speelman, G. C, Thomasville. R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Regan, Miss Eliza, Thomasville. R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Everhart, Miss Carrie, Thomasville. 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Davis, Miss Helen. Thomasville, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Downum, E. AY., Linwood, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Surratt, O. B., Lexington, It. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Hendrix, T., Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Evans, N. L., Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Satterthwait, Miss Ada, High Point. 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Clinard, Alf., Wallburg, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Hedgecoe, Miss Minnie, Wallburg. 

Hayworth. Miss Minnie. High Point. 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Lindon, Jesse, Versailles. 

Russell, W. L., Bain. 

Crouch, Jas. P., Enterprise. 

Miller, Samuel, Winston-Salem, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Meares, Miss Esther E., Linwood. 
Pickler, Miss Etta, Linwood, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Beck, Miss Cornelia, Jubilee, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Smith, W. H., Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Hedrick, C. A., Thomasville, R. P. 
D. No. 3. 

Lopp. F. F., Thomasville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Hedrick, Miss Minnie. Linwood, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Feezor, Conrad, Linwood, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 
1 Snider, Miss Louella, Linwood ,R. 



F. D. No. 2. 

Anderson .Miss Emma, Lexington, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Anderson, Miss Cora, Denton. 

Horney, Miss Maggie, Cid. 

Lanier, Miss Bernice, Cid. 

Anderson, W. S., Silver Hill, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Tysiuger, Chas., Silver Hill, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Skeen, Miss Essie, Denton, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Johnson, H. P., Handy. 

Harris, R. C. Lexington. 

Leonard, H. Luther, Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Sink, J. Carle, Lexington. 

Yokley, R. L., Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Yokley. Chas. M., Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Hartlev, Miss Ellen, Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Williams, D. K. Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Rothrock, C. W., Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Yokley, Jno. II., Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Ripple, Miss Lizzie, Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Byerly, Miss Girla, Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Leonard, J. B., Lexington, R. F. D. 
No 3 

Gilliam, C. W., Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Metters, Miss Pallie, Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 6. 

Lohr, Miss Chestie, Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Bowers, J. W., Thomasville, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Carter. Miss Belle, Thomasville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Evans, Miss Elsie, Thomasville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Broadway, J. F., Thomasville, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Yow, Miss Bessie, Thomasville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Pavne, Percv, Thomasville. R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Barnhardt, J. O., Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Monsees, Miss Florence, Jubilee. 

Evans, Miss Blanche, Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Hege. Miss Ollie, Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Byerly, Miss Tullia V., Yadkin Col- 
lege. 



LEXINGTON. 

Population, 1909, 6,054. No. white 
polls, 500; No. colored polls, 100. 

Value i-eal estate, $725,093; value 
personal property, $443,711. 

Tax Rate, $1.30. 

Bonded debt. $16S,000. 



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TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — S. W. Finch. 

Chief of Police — J. B. Hayworth. 

City Clerk— Victor Humphreys. 

Treasurer — M. II. Conrad. 

Tax Collector— Earl Holmes. 

Standard-Keepei — Chas. E. Weaver. 

City Attorney — E. E. Raper. 

City Supt. of Health— D. J. Hill. 

Postmaster — J. G. Walser. 

K. R. Agent — L. P. Barr, Southern 
Railway. 

Express Agent — H. I. Lopp. 

Telegraph Managers — V. .1. Yelving- 
ti.ii. Western Union; W. F. Tignor, 
Postal-Cable Co. 

Telephone Manager — Will Harris. 
Lexington Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — A. K. Wright. Pastor. 

Epicopal — .1. C. Davis, Rector. 

Lutheran — B. Y. Booser, Pastor. 

Methodist— A. L. Stanford, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — T. R. Taggart, Pas- 
tor. 

Reformed — J. C. Leonard, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — Rev. Powell. 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Lexington Graded Schools — Prof. 
Jarrett. Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 

New .March. 

Central. 

Terrace. 

Sexton House. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Harbin. W. Lee. 

BANKS AND BAN&EKH. 

Bank of Lexington — G. W. Mont- 
castle, President; W. H. Memieuhall, 
Cashier. 

Bank of Davidson — .T. B. Smith, 
Piesident: Jas. Adderton. Caniier. 

National Bank of Lexington- Der- 
niot Shemwell, President: .T. E. Fox, 
Cashier. 

Commercial & Savings Bank — J. W. 
McCrary, President; J. T. Deadrick, 
Cashier. 

BAKERS. 

Lexington Bakery. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Lexington Brick Co. 

North State Brick Co. 

Harbin, W. Lee. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Everhart, G. W. 
Hammer. J. II. 
Hege & Weaver. 
Everhart Bros. 
Evans Bros. 
Clodfelter D. 
Young, Chas. 

CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'R'S. 

Lexington Buggy & Harness Co. 

(LIBS. 
Iroquoise. 



COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Lexington Produce Co. 
COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Dacotah. 

Winnonah, No. 1. 
Winnonah, No. 2. 
Nekomis. 

CON FECTIONARY DEALERS. 
Saleeby, N. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Harbin, W. Lee. 
Tussey, J. W. 
Smith, Griff, 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Holmes Coal Co. 
Crowell. J. W., Coal Co. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Penry, W. G. 
Thompson Co., The Fred. 
Ward Co., The J. F. 

COTTON GINS. 
Earnhardt. J. W. 

DENTISTS. 
Riley, J. M. 
Cripliver. W. L. 
Dr. Reynolds. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Lexington Drug Co. 
Smith. J. It. 

DOCTORS. 
Vestal. AY. J. 
Buchanan. E. J. 
Hill & Hill. 
Clodfelter, C. M. 
Smith, H. T. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Penry, W. G. 
Han kins. J. K. 
Ward, J. F., Co. 
Thompson Co., The Fred. 
Smith. J .C. 
Adderton, Geo. A. 
Lopp. W. F. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 
Saleeby, N. 

FERTILIZER DEALERS. 
Finch, B. H. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Clodfelter. Dunree. 
Hamner, Joseph. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 
Thompson's Sons, C. M. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Davidson Furniture Co. 
Lexington Manufacturing Co. 
Home Furniture Co. 

GROCERS. 
Lexington Grocery Co. (Wholesale.) 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Lexington Hardware Co. 
Davidson Hardware Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Davidson Insurance & Trust Co. 
Montcastle vV- Mendenhall. 
Shemwell & Foy. 
E. B. Craven. 

JEWELERS. 
Sheets, A. E., & Co. 



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LAUNDRIES. 

Lexington Steam Laundry. 

LAWYERS. 
Raper, E. E. 
Walser & Walser. 
Phillips, Wade H. 
McCrary & McCrary. 
Williams, S. E. 
Robbins, F. C. 
Bower, Jno. C. 
LUMBER M'F'B'S. AND DEALERS. 
Eagle Lumber Co. 
Thompson's Sons, C. M. 

MARBLE WORKS. 
Hege, H. J. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
McCrary, R. L. 
Crouse, Geo. W. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Elk Furniture Co. (Chamber Suits.) 
Dixie Furniture Co. (Chamber 
Suits). 

Lexington Upholstering Co., (Uphol- 
stering Goods). 
Peacock-Couch Co. (Couches.) 
Rothrock & Meany (Wagons). 

PAINTERS. 
Judd, S. N. 
McCrary, Frank. 

PRODUCE. 
Finch, B. H. 

PLUMBERS. 
Home Plumbing Co. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Dunwick, W. H. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Lexington Leader. 
Dispatch, H. B. Varner, Editor. 
North State— J. W. Vanhoy, Editor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Finch, S. W. 
Snemwell, Dermott. 
Davidson Insurance & Trust Co. 
Walser, J. G., Laud Co. 
Hub Land Co. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Ward, E. M. 
Thompson, C. M. 
Eagle Lumber Co. 

TAILORS. 
Bender, E. M. 
Spanola, F. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
McCrary, J. W. 
Davidson Furniture Co. 
Lexington House Furnishing Co. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Judd, S. W. 



THOMASVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1855. 

Population, 1909: Whites, 2,4S1 ; col- 
ored, 630; total, 3,111. 

Value real estate, $818,400; value 
personal property, $30,530. 

Tax Rate, 80c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. O. Burgin. 

Postmaster — C. M. Hoover. 

Chief of Police— L. H. Hilton. 



R. R. Agent— C. C. Pritchard, South- 
ern Railway; J. N. Henry, Piedmont 
Railway Co. 

Manager Telegraph — H. G. Trol- 
linger, Western Union; C. D. Mendeu- 
hall, Postal-Cable Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — Parker Holmes, A. K. 
Bell, Pastors. 

Baptist— T. S. Crutchfleld, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — Edward Suits, 
' Pastor. 

Reformed — Paul Barringer, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Thomasville Graded School — J. N. 
Hauss, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

The Bank of Thomasville— J. L. 
Armtield, President; Zeb Griffith, 
Cashier. 

The First National Bank — C. L. 
Lambeth, President; A. H. Ragan, 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Julian, C. A. 

Earley, P. S. 

McManus, C. E. 

Peacock, J. W. 

Atkins, C. J. 

Rothrock, .1. M. 

Mock, J. H. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Corner Drug Store. 

Thomasville Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Burgin Co. 

Peoples Mercantile Co. 

Morris, J. M., & Son. 

Elliott, L. W. 

Moore, Bros. 

Stone Co. 

Johnson, C. E. 

Cornell, D. R. 

Harris, W. C. 

Dorsett, E. H. 

Cox, C. M., & Co. 

Sugar Bros. 

Votz, Joe. 

Myers-Green Furniture Co. 

Star Furniture Co. 

Fife, E. C. 

Suit, Mrs. W. A. 

Kinney, J. C, & Co. 

Harrison, T. F., & Son. 

Tomlinson, T. H. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Mock Hotel. 

Thomasville Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Lambeth, D. T. 
Fonts, A. A. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Standard Chair Co. 
Thomasville Chair Co. 
Thomasville Spoke Works. 
Thomasville Picker Stick Co. 
Amazon Cotton Mills. 
Bark Lumber Manufacturing Co. 
Lee Manufacturing Co. 
Thomasville Furniture Co. 



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DAVIDSON— DAVIE. 



Thoinnsvillo Veneer- I'annel Co. 

Queen Chair Co. 

Lambeth Furniture Co. 

Cramer Furniture Co. 

Jewell Cotton Mills. 

Southern Norfolk Junction Planing 
Mills Co. 

Stokes Earnhart Machine Co. 

Thomasville Bottling Co. 

Johnson Manufacturing Co. 

Thomasville Light & Power Co. 

Thomasville Holier Mill. 

Glenn Anna Milling Co. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Peoples. 

LAWYERS. 

Martin, L. A. 

Pavham, B. W. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Thomasville Times — J. F. West- 
moreland, Editor. 

Charity and Children — A. Johnson, 
Editor. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Armfleld £ Myers. 

Cochran, G. T. 

Citizens Insurance & Realty Co. 



YADKIN COLLEGE. 

Incorporated in 1S63. 
Population, 250. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Ed. L. Greene. 
Treasurer — J. T. Williamson, Sr. 
Chief of Police — J. W. Self. 
Postmaster — Mrs. Flora Dale. 



MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist Protestant — A. H. Powell 
Pastor. 

Methodist Episcopal South — A. R 
Surratt, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Yadkin Collegiate Institute— W. T 
Totten, Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 

Totten, W. T. 

Dale, Mrs. T. S. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Phillips, M. F. 

ROOT AND SHOE SHOPS. 

Garrett, B. P. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Owen, W. S. 
Phillips, M. F. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Williamson, J. T. 
Hartley, J. A. 

LAWYERS. 
Owen, W. S. 

JIASONS AND BUILDERS. 
Gentle, R. B. 

PAINTERS. 
Phillips, D. W. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Grubb, W. C. 

SAW MILLS. 
Owen, W. S. 
Owen. Ed. L. 

TOBACCO FACTORIES. 
Greene, Rea & Co. 
Hartley, J. A., & Co. 
Owen. E. L. 



DAVIE COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, MOCKSVILLE. 



Win. R. Davie. 



Formed in 1837. Named in honor of Gen. 

Area, 500 square miles. 

Population, 30.000. White males, 10.000; 
males, 2,000; negro females, 3,000. 

Value of real estate, $1,(542,428; value of personal property, $1,471,580 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $3,044,775; by negroes, $69,233. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 42; for negroes, 12. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 13 2-3c. on the $100; poor, 4c; 3Sc. 
poll ; roads and bridges, 6c. ; special, 8 l-3c. County bonded debt, 

Public Roads: No. miles, 200. Worked on the old system. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH & EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Rural Telephone Company, assessed value $ 

Cooleemee Telephone Company, assessed value 

North Carolina Midland Railroad, 17.68 miles, assessed value 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph, assessed value 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 

Mocksville Telephone Company, assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 

Superior Court Terms: 4th Monday after 1st Monday in March, 
Monday alter 1st Monday in September in each year. 



white females, 15,000 ; negro 



on the 

$30,000. 



549.00 

320.00 

290.663.55 

1,234.00 

1,643.70 

900.00 

1,404.10 

and 4th 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— A. T. Grant, 
Mocksville. 

Sheriff— J. L. Sheek, Mocksville. 

Register of Deeds — J. F. Moore, 
Mocksville. 



Treasurer — John W. Etchison, Cana. 

Coroner — W. O. Foster, Mocksville, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Surveyor — M. C. James, Mocksville, 
R. F. D. No. 5. 

Co. Supt. of Health — M. D. Kim- 



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brough, M. D., Mocksville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— E. P. Bradley. 
Mocksville. 

Supt. of County Home — M. B. 
Bailey, Mocksville, R. F. D. No. 5. 

Co. Board of Education — T B. 
Bailey, Chairman ; A. W. Ellis, S. A. 
Woodruff. 

County Commissioners — C. Y. Bailey, 
Chairman ; J. M. Cain, B. F. Stone- 
street. 

County Board of Elections — Jacob 
Stewart, Chairman ; J. G. Peebles, J. 
W. Bailey. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Mocksville Township — E. E. Hunt, 
Mocksville; Walter F. Martin, Mocks- 
ville; C. W. Seaford, Mocksville. 

Clarksville— T. M. Smith, Calahaln ; 
H .C. Hunter, Cana, R .F. D. No. 1; 
P. P. Green. Cana, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Jerusalem — C. D. Lefer, Cooleemee; 
John M. Blount, Cooleemee; Amos 
Daniel, Mocksville, R. F. D. No. 4; J. 
H. Butler, Mocksville, R. F. D. No. 4; 
H. H. Swicegood, Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 4; P. S. Stewart, Mocksville, R. 
F. D. No. 4; W. K. Clement. Mocks- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 4; .Tas. H. Coley, 
Mocksville. R. F. D. No. 4. 

Shady Grove — Thos. T. Watkins, 
Advance; H. T. Smithdeal, Advance; 
F. M .Williams, Bixby ; W. T. Foster, 
Bixby. 

Calahaln — H. F. Futhrow, Mocks- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 5; A. L. Chaffln, 
Calahaln, R. F. D. No. 1; N. S. 
Gaither, Calahaln, R. F. D. No. 1; 
T\ M. Anderson, Calahaln, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Fulton — J. R. Williams, Advance, 
R. F. D. No. 2; A. M. Garwood, 
Mocksville, R. F. D. No. 3; J. B. 
Smith, Sr., Mocksville, R. F. D. No. 
3; W. F. Merrell, Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Farminqrton — R. D. Griffin Farm- 
ington ; T. A. Fry, Farmington; E. C. 
Smith, Farmington ; D. F. Taylor, 
Advance, R. F. D. No. 1: John A. 
Sofley. Advance. R. F. D. No. 1; 
M. J. Hendrix, Farmington. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Baptist — E. L. Western, Cooleemee. 

Methodist — W. Y. Scales, Cooleemee; 
W. J. Hackney, Yadkin College. 

Christian — M. A. Fetter, Mocks- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 4. 

Holiness — Will Walker, Mocksville, 
R. F. D. No. 5. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Farmington — Henry A. Doak, Prin- 
cipal. 

Cooleemee — Geo. B. Wetmore, Prin- 
cipal. 

Fork Church — W. L. Merrell, Prin- 
cipal. 

Cana — L. S. Shomack, Principal, 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Byerly, Baxter, Cooleemee. 



Lowery, J. R., Cooleemee. 

Martin, J. F., Advance, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Watkins, Thos. T., Advance. 

Johnson, W. Y., Farmington. 

Griffith, Mr., Farmington. 

Cain, J. M., Calahaln. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Cook, G. Z., Yadkin Valley. 

Walls, O. C, Co., Cooleemee. 

Young, C. C, Cooleemee. 

Green, W. S., Cooleemee. 

Swink & Dedman, Cooleemee. 

Ledford Company, Cooleemee. 

Dwiggins, A. A., Mocksville. 

Tomlinson, Mrs., Calahaln. 

Lowery, D. L., Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Koonce & Foster, Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Green, Sanford, Mocksville. 

Harris, H. W., & Co., Mocksville, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Foster & McCulloh, Mocksville, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Howard, Dewitt, Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

James, Thos., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Davis & Sou, Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Hvde & Davis, Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. "3. 

Davis & Smith, Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Foster, A. M., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Mock, J. H., Advance, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Bailey, John, Advance, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Allen, H., Advance, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Green, J. G., Advance, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Foster, J. H., Advance, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Potts & Johns, Advance, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Sanford & Smith, Farmington. 

Graham, G. H., Farmington. 

Jones, W. F., Farmington. 

Eaton, Daniel, Pino. 

Foote, W. H., Cana. 

McClamroch, Rufus, Cana. 

Collette, Bros., Cana. 

Smith, T. M., Calahaln, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Kurfees, J. Lee, Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Hunter, H. C, Cana, R. F. D. No. 1. 
Steelman, B. R., Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

COTTON GINS. 

Bailey, W. A., Advance. 

Ellis, T. J., Advance. 

Davis Bros., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Tutterow, H. F., Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Sheek, J. L., Mocksville. 

Lefler & Foster, Mocksville, R. F. i 



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D. No. 4. 

Wall O. C. Co., Cooleemee. 

Erwin Cotton Mills, Cooleemee. 
FLOl'R, COBN AND FEED MILES. 

Cooleemee Horn-Johnson Co., 

Mocksville. 

Bailey & Bailey, Advance. 

Davis Bros., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Pool, .Tas., Cana. 

Ellis, A. H., Farmington. 

Crotts, J. M., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Allen, W. Y., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Stroud, Jas., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

SAW MILES. 

Ellis, A. W., Farmington. 
• Peebles, T. M., Cana. 

Hunter, H. C, Cana, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Craven, C. C, Mocksville. 

Ketchie, W. R., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Tutterow, H. F., Mocksville. 

Hill, A. G., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
N. 4. 

Lefler & Foster, Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Davis & Sons, Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Seaford Bro., Mocksville. 

Sparkes, J. L., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

PUBEIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Cartner, J. L., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Miller, Miss Sarah, Mocksville, R 
F. D. No. 1. 

Stonestreet, Miss Mattie, Mocks- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 5. 

Womack, S. L., Cana. 

Haneline, Miss Luna. Cana. 

Ferebee, J. G., Cana. 

Nicks, W. M., Cana. 

Glasscock, Miss Mattie, Calahaln. 

Allen, W. B., Advance, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Smith, Miss Ella, Advance. 

Butner, Miss Mattie, Advance. 

Smith, Miss Effie, Advance. 

Bowden, Mr. Frank, Bend. 

Hendrix, Miss Sallie, Cana. 

Doak, H. A., Farmington. 

Helms, Miss Eunice, Farmington. 

Abernethy, Miss Dora E, Farming- 
ton. 

Booe, Miss Celia, Cana, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Sain, Mrs. Daisy, Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Orrell, A., Advance, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Mason, W. D., Advance. 

Crouse, Miss Delia, Advance. 

Merrell, W. S., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Stevens, Miss Ruby, Mocksville. 

Holder, Miss Lidia, Mocksville. 

Hendrix, L. P., Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Brown, Miss Viola, Mocksville. 



Martin, Miss Lelia, Mocksville, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Wetmore, G. B., Cooleemee. 

Smyre, F. A., Cooleemee. 

Groves, Miss Annie, Cooleemee. 

Graves, Miss Thiza, Cooleemee. 

Tatum, Miss Pattie, Cooleemee. 

Allen, Miss Mattie, Cooleemee, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Eaton, James, Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

VanEaton. Miss Sallie, Mocksville. 

Foster. Miss Cora, Mocksville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Ellis, Miss Lizzie, Advance. 

Henry, Miss Mary, Advance. 

Kirkiiatrick, Miss Elizabeth, Ad- 
vance. 

Orrell, Miss Carry, Advance, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Tucker, W. C, Advance, R. F. P. 
No. 2. 

Henry, Mrs. Bessie, Cornatzers. 

Atkinson, Earl, Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Bowden, J. M., Advance. 

Atkinson, Miss Effiie, Mocksville. 

Jenkins, R. D., Mocksville. 

Tavlor, Miss Lenora, Mocksville. 

Gaither, Miss Sarah, Mocksville. 

Battle, Miss Pattie, Mocksville. 

Arrowood, Miss, Mocksville. 



MOCKSVTLLE. 

Population, 1909, 1.500. No. white 
polls, 224 ; No. colored polls, 26. 

Value real estate, $222,461; value 
personal property, $193,226; tax rate. 
75 cents on the $100; $2.25 on ti.e 
poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — G. E. Horn. 

Chief of Police — W. C. P. Etchison. 

City Clerk — F. M. Johnson. 

Treasurer — F. M. Johnson. 

Tax Collector— W. C. P. Etchison. 

City Attorney — T. B. Bailey. 

City Supt. of Health — M. D. Kim- 
brough. 

Postmaster — B. O. Morris. 

R. R. Agent — Y. A. Allison, South- 
ern Railway. 

Express Agent — Y. A. Allison. South- 
ern Express Co. 

Telegraph Manager — Y. A. Allison. 

Telephone Manager — L. Y. Horn, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— C. S. Cashwell, Pastor. 

Episcopal — S. J. M. Brown, Rector. 

Methodist — B. Morgeson and F. T. 
Parker. Pastors. 

Presbyterian— E. P. Bradley, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Mocksville Graded School— R. D. 
Jenkins, Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Swicegood Hotel. 

Holman, Mrs. Kate. 

Blackwood, Mrs. W. S. 



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Drummers' Home. 
Myers, C. C. 
Sprinkle, Mrs. G. H. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
The Bank of Davie— W. A. Bailey, 
President; G. T. Byerly, Cashier. 
BAKERS. 
Byerly, T. J. 

BRICK 3IANUFACTURERS. 
Cain, P. B. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
Poplin, Jas. M. 
Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 
Baitz, J. T. 
Clement, J. L. 
Bailey & Martin. 
Green, J. P. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IX 

CATTLE. 
Willson. R. L. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'R'S. 
Sanford, C. C. Sons & Co. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Daniel Bro. 
Meronev, P. L. 
Rollins, R. H. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Caudle, John. 
Miekev, W. S. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
IIorne-.Tohnston Co. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 
Baitz, J. T. 
Clement, J. L. 
Bailey & Martin. 

COTTON GINS. 
Sheek, J. L. 

DENTISTS. 
Anderson, R. P. 
Taylor, A. Z. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Moeksville Drue Co. 

DOCTORS. 
Kimbrough, M. D. 
Rodwell, J. W. 
Martin, W. C. 
Clement, B. C. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 
Baitz, J. T. 
Clement. J. L. 
Bailey & Martin. 
Green. J. P. 
Rollins, R. H. 
Casey & Stonestreet. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 
Daniel Bro. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 
Green, J. P. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Lyons, Henry (colored). 
Brown, Charles (colored). 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 
Moeksville Furniture Co. — J. B. 
Johnston. Manager; J. F. Hanes, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer. 

Moeksville Chair Co. — G. B. Horn, 
Manager; Jas. McGuire. Secretary 



and Treasurer. 

GROCERS. 
Moeksville Wholesale Grocery Co. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Hunt, B. E. 
Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Chappin, T. N. (Fire). 
McGlamory, A. M. (Fire and Life). 

JEWELERS. 
Howard, Henry. 

LAWYERS. 
Gaither, E. L. 
Bailey, T. B. 
Stewart, Jacob. 
Grant. A. T., Jr. 
Chappin, T. N. 
Morris, E. H. 

LUMBER M'F'R'S & DEALERS. 
Sheek, J. L. 
Kincaid Bros. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 
Hunt, E. E. 
Grant, A. T. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Kincaid Bros. (Doors, Sash, Blinds, 
etc.) 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Hunt, E .E. 
Sanford. C. C. Sons & Co. 

PAINTERS. 
Powell, J. T. 
Smith, W. H. , 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Jones, J. E.. & Co. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Fralev, R. E. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Davie Record — C. F. Stroud, Edi- 
tor. 

Moeksville Courier — Wm. K. Cle- 
ment, Editor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Grant, A. T., Jr. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Green, J. P. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Hunt. E. E. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Brown. M. D., & Son. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Smith, Jas. 

ADVANCE. 

Incorporated in 1S95. Population. 
1000: White. 250; colored, 50; total, 
300. 

Value real estate. S50.000 ; value 
personal property, $50,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. F. Smithdeal. 

Postmaster — L. A. Bailey. 

R. R. Agent — Mr. Mickie. 

Manager Telegraph — Mr. Mickie. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — Rev. Mr. Davis, Pastor. 

Methodist— L. L. Smith, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

High School — Miss Lula Hendrix, 
Principal. 



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DAVIE— DUPLIN. 



GENERAL MERCHANTS. 
Wood & Mock. 
Jones, J. W. 
Crews, Lee. 
Bailey & Bailey. 
Smithdeal, H .L. 



Thompson, C. L. 
Foster & Myers. 
Mege, Mrs. 
Jones, Mrs. J. W. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Jones, J. W. 



DUPLIN COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, KENANSVILLE. 



Formed in 1849. Named in honor of Lord Duplin. 

Area, 670 square miles. 

Population, 30,000, estimated ; foreign born, 100, estimated. 

Value of real estate, $2,7S1,731 ; value personal property, $1,588,312. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $4,132,826; by negroes, $237,217. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 72; for negroes, 40. 

Tax Rate: County purposes and poor, 21 l-6c. on the $100. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 900. Worked by Old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Wallace Telephone Co., assessed value $ 1,502.00 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 36.96 miles, assessed value 1,080.266.14 



The Pullman Co., assessed value 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Teachey's Bell Telephone Co., assessed value 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Hallsville Telephone Co., assessed value 

Rose Hill Telephone Co., assessed value 

Armour Car Lines Co., assessed value 

Duplin Telephone Co., assessed value 

Superior Court Terms: 21st February (two weeks); 4th 
'criminal cases only); 29th August (two weeks, civil cases 
vember (two weeks). 



July 

only) 



5,719.25 

3,436.17 

14.505.S3 

750.00 

6,076.00 

450.00 

4.280.00 

9,333.00 

690.00 

(one week, 

; 21st No- 



COUNTV OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— D .H. Wallace, 
Kenansville. 

Sheriff— G. O. Best, Genansville. 

Register of Deeds — J. J. Bowden. 
Kenansville. 

Treasurer — G. G. Best, Kenansville. 
ville. 

Coroner — B. F. Smith, Sr., Keans- 

Surveyor — L. Sanderson. Cabin. 

Co. Supt. of Health— Dr. J. A. Fer- 
rell, Kenansville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— D. S. Ken- 
nedy, Kenansville. 

Supt. of County Home — E. N. 
Madra, Kenansville. 

Co. Board of Education — L. A. 
Beasley (ehrm.), Kenansville; W. R. 
Newbury, Magnolia; M. F. West- 
brook, Leon. 

County Commissioners — J. M. Fai- 
son (chrm.). Faison ; B. F. Williams, 
Kenansville; D. J. Williams, Wallace. 

County Board of Elections — D. S. 
Hines (chrm.), Kenansville; Henry 
Dail, Kenansville; J. A. Gavin, Sr., 
Kenansville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Warsaw Township — W. R. Black- 
more, Warsaw; J. H. Fonvielle, War- 
saw; L. Middleton, Warsaw. • 

Faison — J. A. Shine, Faison : Thos. 
Perrett. Faison ; W. J. Oates. Faison ; 
E. F. Hicks. Warsaw: S. A. Bowden 



Calypso; M. K. Moore. Warsaw. 

Wolfscrape — Frank Cherry. Mt. 
Olive; Lawton Outlaw, Mt. Olive; 
Julius E. Swiuson, Mt. Olive; Kirby 
Dail, Mt. Olive. 

Glisson — P. L. Kornegay, Branches 
Store; C. J. Kornegay," Branches 
Store : Benj. Herring, Branches Store ; 
J. L. Kelly. Branches Store. 

Albertson — W. G. Kornegay, Albert- 
son ; S. W. Peele. Albertson. 

Smith— E. B. Bishop, Cabin; G. W. 
Smith, Kenansville; DeLeon Smith, 
Leon. 

Limestone — F. L. Potter. Hallsville; 
J. W. Sandlin, Hallsville; Kit R. 
Hunter. Hallsville: S. W. Gresham, 
Benlaville; H. S. Thomas, Beulaville. 

Cypress Creek— D. W. Dail, Chin- 
quapin ; R. N. Cola. Chinquapin ; E. 
W. Brown, Chinquapin : R. F. Sholar, 
Sloan; W. R. Sholar, Sloan. 

Island Creek — James D. Teaehey, 
Teacheys ; W. S. Teaehey, Wallace; 
| D. E. Boney. Wallace. 

Rockfish— D. H. Williams, Wallace; 
J. T. Turner, Wallace; D. Stokes 
Williams, Wallace; T. L. Johnson. 
Rose Hill ; W. B. Register, Rose HU1 ; 
C. C. James. Rose Hill. 

Kenansville' — Henry Dail, Kenans- 
; ville; A. F. Williams, Kenansville; G. 
I W. Carroll Magnolia. 

Rose Hill — Henry Fussell, Jr., Ro.se 



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Hill; W. W. Cooke, Rose Hill: Itobt. 
Williams, Rose Hill: I. P. Alderman. 
Rose Hill. 

Magnolia — M. J. Carlton, Magnolia ; 
Geo. Edwards, Magnolia; G. H. Rob- 
inson, Magnolia; L. F. Byrd, Mag- 
nolia. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Early, B. G., Beulaville. 

Ezzell, C. W., Wallace. 

Wallace, T. P., Branches Store. 

Jones, G. W., Kenansville. 

Jones, J., Kenansville. 

Kennedy, G. W., Cabin. 

Kennedy, R. C, Cabin. 

Whaley, H. J., Cabin. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Landin, F. F., Chinquepin. 

Kennedy, G. W.. Beulaville. 

Maxwell, J. F., Resacca. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Parker, G. B. D., Cbinqnepin. 

Hnssey, C. E., Chinquepin. 

Teachey, C. C. & Son, Rose Hill. 

Cameron, D. A., Calypso. 

Albritton Bros., Calypso. 

Stanton, James. Mt. Olive. 

Grady, J. McR., Albertson. 

Kennedy, W. J., Cabin. 

Bishop, I. T., Branches Store. 

Scott, O. W., Hallsville. 

Middleton, S. O.. Hallsville. 

Carr, R. D., Magnolia. 

James, O. H„ & Co.. Sloan. 

Maready, J. B., Chinquepin. 

Pierce, T. B., Warsaw. 

Joyner, Mt. Olive. 

Carr, J. O., & Son, Wallace. 

Sholar, S. J. L., Sloan. 

Register. J. L., Rose Hill. 

Roland Lumber Co.. Bowden. 

Brown, W. R., Sloan. 

Teachey, J. A., Rose Hill. 

Qninn, A. A., Kenansville. 

Cottle, J. L., Chinquepin. 

Fountain, P. T., Chinquepin. 

Maxwell. G. M., Resacca. 

Cooper & Moore. Warsaw. 

Outlaw, J. L.. Mt. Olive. 
COTTON GINS. 

Byrd & Albritton. Calypso. 

Sutton, Ed. .Calypso. 

Wilkinson. Scoot, Calypso. 

Oliver, J. B., Mt. Olive. 

Bland, C. W., Faison. 

Parker, B. G. D., Chinquepin. 

Qninn, O. H., Renlaville. 

James, J. L., Sloan. 

Garner, Daniel. Mt. Olive. 

Waller. S. M., Branches Store. 

Gradv, J. McR.. Albertson. 

Rackley, A. C, Rose Hill. 
SAW MILES. 

Sandlin. L. W.. Beulaville. 

Williams, Ashley, Beulaville. 

.Tames, J. L., Sloan. 

Parker, B. B. D.. Chinquepin. 

Lanier, A. L., Hallsville. 

Lanier. Dennis, Chinquepin. 



Cottle, Jerre, Wallace. 
Reaves, Wilson, Mt. Olive. 
Waller, S. M., Branches Store. 
Grady, J. McR., Albertson. 
Smith, Ralph, Leon. 
Southerland, C. J., Kenansville. 
Bryan, J. K., Kenansville. 
Ferrell & Murray, Kenansville. 
Hall, L. F. Warsaw. 
Sandlin, R. J., Warsaw. 
Pierce, T. B., Warsaw. 
Bell, J. R. & Co., Warsaw. 
Dawson, W. H.. Warsaw. 
Pierce, J. H., Warsaw. 
Roland Lumber Co., Bowden. 
Page, W. C, Faison. 
Mallard, J. W.. Faison. 
Patton. W., Calypso. 
Magnolia Manufacturing Co., Mag- 
nolia. 

Baker, J. H., Magnolia. 
Cottle Bros., Rose Hill. 
Cottle Isaac, Rose Hill. 
Fussell, Jesse, Rose Hill. 
Mallard, A. W., Rose Hill. 
Teachev, C. C, Rose Hill 
Carr, E. McN., Rose Hill. 
Murphy, D. S.. Rose Hill. 
Bonev Bros., Wallace. 

PCBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Williams. P. M.. Calypso. 
Spencer, Prof.. Faison. 
Tart, B. I., Warsaw. 
Tvler, J. M., Magnolia. 
Maxwell, H. C, Rose Hill. 
Shaw, P. E., Teachevs. 
Williams. M. M., Wallace. 
Mayo, Miss Frances, Beulaville. 
Loftin, Miss Maria. Bowden. 
Carlton. Miss Maggie, Warsaw. 



KENANSVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1800. 

Populationfl 1909: White, 300 ; col- 
ored, 100: total, 400. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — H. D. Williams. 

Postmaster — Thad. Jones. 

Chief of Police — J. B. Quartermas, 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — Rev. Lowder, Kenans- 
ville, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — J. E. L. Winecoff, 
Kanansville, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

James Sprunt Institute CPresby- 
terian Female College) — J. E. L. Wine- 
coff. President. 

Grove Academy — (Methodist school 
for boys) — Horace Stuart. Principal. 

DOCTORS. 

Serrell, John A. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Ferrell, J. A. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Wallace, B. 
Cooper, W. B. 
Southerland. N. B., & Co. 
Southerland. J. X., ,v- Son. 



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DUPLIN COUNTY. 



LAWYERS. 

Beasley, L. A. 

Carltou, D. L. 

Williams, H. D. 

Jones, Thad. 

Gavin, John A., Jr. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Bowden, Mrs. B. C. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Hinson, J. F. 

Hines, D. S. (Life and Fire). 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Eastern Carolina News — D. S. Hines, 
Editor. 



MAGNOLIA. 

Incorporated in 1S55. 

Population, 1909: White, 400; col- 
ored, 300; total, 700. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty, $148,000. 

Tax Rate: 20c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — George Edwards. 

Postmaster — II. M. Swinson. 

Chief of Police — Richard, Mathis. 

R. R. Agent — P. J. Heath, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — P. J. Heath, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— J. C. Whedbee, Pastor. 

Baptist— .1. H. Booth, Pastor. 

Universalist — Thos. Chaplan, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Public School — John Tyler, Prin- 
cipal. 

DOCTORS. 

Carr, R. L. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Magnolia Drue; Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Newbury, The H. E., Co. 

Home. J. C. 

Middleton, Theo. 

Groves, J. H., & Son. 

Gaylor, C. P. 

Edwards. Geo. 

Cox. Miss Macy. 

Newbnrv Supply Co. 

Scott. F. D., & Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Mathis House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

R. Mathis. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Magnolia Manufacturing Co. (Lum- 
ber, Crates, Gin. Furniture). 

Croom, J. F. (Lumber. Crates, Gin). 

Magnolia Crate Works (Lumber, 
Crates, Sash, Doors, Blinds). 



WARSAW. 

Incorporated in 1885. 

Population, 1909: White, 1,000; col- 
ored, 500; total, 1.500. 

Value real estate, $328,770; value 
personal porperty, $167,926. 

Tax Rate, 33 l-3c. on the $100. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Major — R. D. Johnson. 

Postmaster — J. B. Winders. 

Chief of Police — Geo. Blackburn. 

R. R. Agent— B. C. Vien, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— -Braxton Craig, Pastor. 

Methodist — J. M. Lowder, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — P. C. Clark, Pastor. 

Episcopal — W. R. Noe, Rector. 
CLUBS. 

Warsaw Commercial Club — J. L. 
Lane, President; Herbert Smith, Sec- 
retary. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Warsaw Graded and High School — 
B. I. Tart, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Warsaw — N. L. Stevens, 
President; H. F. Peirce, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Hussey, L. 

Lane. J. L. 

Williams, J. M. 

DENTISTS. 

Heming, J. C. D. 

Boyette, Frank. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Warsaw Drug Co. 

LAWYERS. 

Stevens, H. L. 

Johnson & Johnson. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Heming & Hobbs. 

Murray, M. T. 

Middleton, F. G. 

Justice, Co., The 

Cox. J. B. 

Fonveille, J. H. 

Warsaw Hardware Co. 

Hines, S. E. 

Johnson. J. Walter. 

Slossberg. L., & Bro. 

Walker, E. H. 

Best, L. P. 

Thornton, W. C. 

Mnrrav, Miss Etta (Millinery). 

Wilson, J. P. (Broker). 

Tucker. J. W. (Standard Oil Co.). 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Owen, H. G. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Warsaw Inn. 

Carolina House. 

Blanchard, Mrs. Harriett. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Best, R. H. 
Farrior, Lacey. 
Hollingsworth, W. L. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Warsaw Manufacturing Co. 
Newcomb, A. W. (Turning Factory, 
Sash, Doors. Blinds. 
Vernona Lumber Co. 
Pence, J. H., Lumber Co. 
Warsaw Crate & Basket Factory. 
Warsaw Tobacco Warehouse. 
Tucker, J. W. (Machine Shops). 



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Bell Lumber Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Blackmore, R. W. 
Bass, J. W. R. 



WALLACE. 

Poppulation, 1909 : Whites, 425; col- 
ored, 75; total, 500. 

Value real estate, $90,295; yalue per- 
sonal property, $S7,095.54. 

Tax Kate: 20c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. R. Rose. 

Postmaster — R. B. Colwell. 

Chief of Police — Jno. B. Boney. 

R. R. Agent— J. R. Rose, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — J. R. Rose, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — W. P. M. Currie, 
Pastor. 

Baptist — J. A. Smith, Pastor. 

Methodist— Y. E. Wright, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Wallace Graded School— R. M. Wil- 
liams, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Duplin — H. C. McQueen, 
President; A. L. McGowen, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Graham, B. R. 

Carroll, J. W. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Wallace Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Wallace Grocery Co. 

Hall Mercantile Co. 

Carr & Wells. 

Z. J. Carter & Son. 

Boney Co. (The). 

Mann & Pifford. 

Bonev, Jno. B. 

Sheffield. R. T. 

Powell Hardware Co. 

Sheffield, .T. W. 

Hussey. F. G. 

Cooper & Williams. 

Powell. M. O., & Bro. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Boney. 

Sloan's Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Carter, L. J. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Cumberland Lumber Co. 
Norfolk Lumber Co. 
Boney, G. L. 

DENTISTS. 

Sloan. C. S. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

McGowen & Carr. 

LAWYERS. 

Ward, Geo. R. 

SALES STABLES. 

Carter & Brice. 
Wells. W. D. 



FAISON. 

Incorporated in 1871. 
Population, 1909: Whites, 300; col- 
ored, 100; total, 400. 

Value real estate, $125,000; value 
personal property, $34,000. 
Tax Rate: 10c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — I. W. Lane. 
Postmaster — V. N. Seawell. 
Chief of Police — J. S. Rogers. 
R. R. Agent — I. W. Lane, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — I. W. Lane, 
Western Union. 

TELEPHONE COMPANIES. 
Faison-Clinton Telephone Co., Inc. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Presbyterian — Peter Mclntyre, Pas- 
tor. 

Methodist— E. E. Roge, Pastor. 
Baptist — W. B. Rivenbark, Pastor. 
Episcopal — Edward Wooten, Rector. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Faison Male Academy. 
Presbyterian High School. 
Public School. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Faison — C. S. Hines, Presi- 
dent; M. McD. Williams, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Faison. J. M. 
Seawell. V. N. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Faison, J. M. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Williams, M. McD. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE.. 
Hines, C. S., & Bro. 
Southerland. C. T., & Co. 
Faison & Pierce. 
Taylor & Thompson. 
Presise. H. C. 
Southerland, R. B. 
Clifton, N. D. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Hollingsworth, J. N. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Joseph, Maggie. 
Joseph. Harry. 
Romanus, Romulus. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 
Presise. H. C. 
Southerland. R. B. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Hotel Witherington. 
King, Mrs. Julia. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Southerland. C. T.. & Co. 
DEALERS IN HORSES AND MULES. 
Herring, E. L. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
niand, C. W. (Modern Colton Gin) 

Long. Henry (Blacksmith and Re- 
pair Shop). 
Rosrers. C. S.. (Blacksmith Shop.) 
Mallard. J. W. (Saw Mill and Crate 
Factory). 

Lee. L. (Saw Mill). 



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School— H. C. 
Miss Florence 



ROSE 1111,1,. 

Incorporated in L901. 

Population, 1909: Whites. 300; col- 
ored, 50; total, 350. 

Value real estate. $107,426.98; value 
personal property, $50,000.37. 

Tax Kate. 20c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. F. Blizzard. 

Postmaster — Henry Fussell. Jr. 

Chief of Police— Z. A. Rochelle. 

R. R. Agent— J. T. Tick, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — J. T. Vick, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — J. M. Page, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — W. P. M. Curry, Pas- 
tor. 

Methodist— Y. E. Wright, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Rose Hill Graded 
Maxwell, Principal; 
Boyette, Assistant. 

Croom, Miss Mary (Primary). 
BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Rose Hill— Matt. J. Heyer, 
President; J. C. Williams, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Maury Ward. Second-Vice-Pres- 
ident; W. B. Southerland, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Hatcher, T. R. 

DENTIST. 

Howes, I. L. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Blizzard, J. F. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Henderson. W. D., & Co. 

Parker & Bland. 

Teachey, J. B. 

Teachey. C. C, & Sons. 

Fussell, .T. D. 

Fussell. .T. H.. & Son. 

Burton. Dayid. 

Scott, C. J.. & Co. 

Young & Fussell. 

Carr & Wells. 

Carr. Mrs. A. F. (Millinery"). 

Rose Hill Millinery Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Oyerbrook Hotel. 

Carr House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Fussell. A. O. 



Kilpatrick, A. M. 
Scott, C. J. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Atlantic Ciflin & Casket Co. 

Fussell, Jesse (Saw Mill, Planing 
Mill, Cotton Gin and Grist Mill). 

Fussell & Boney (Saw Mill). 

Jones, W. H. (Turning Works). 
INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Blizzard, J. F. (Fire, Accident, 
Health). 

Southerland, W. B. (Fire). 

COFFIN & CASKET DEALERS. 

Henderson, W. D. & Co. 



E. 



TEACHEYS. 

Incorporated in 1899. 

Population, 1909: Whites, 150. 

Value real estate, $56,230; yalue per- 
sonal property, $17,642. 

Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 
3Iayor — H. D. McMillan. 

Postmaster— J. C. McMillan. Sr. 

Chief of Folic*; — D. C. Bland. 

R. R. Agent — Mrs. S. M. Justice, At- 
lantic Coast Line. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— B. F. DeLoatch, W. B. 
Riyenhark, Pastors. 

Presbyterian— L. E. Wells, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Teachey's State High School — P. 
Shaw, Principal. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

McMillan, H. D. 

McMillan, J. C, Jr. 

McMillan, J. C, Sr. 

Cottle. B. H. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 

Hotel Rex. 

Mclntyre (Boarding House). 
LIVERY STABLES. 

Teachey's Livery & Feed Stables. 
MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Southerland & Newton Mfg. Co. 
Southerland, Q. G. (Saw Mill) . 
Carr, S. C. (Saw Mill). 
Teachey, John, & Bro. (Saw Mill). 
Rockfish Lumber Co. (Saw Mill). 
Boney, E. (Saw Mill, Grist Mill and 
Cotton Gin). 
Fussell, B. F. (Crate Factory). 



DURHAM COUNTY. 



COUNTY SEAT, DURHAM. 



in honor of Dr. Bart Durham. 



Formed in 1SS1 Named 

Area, 234 skuare miles. 

Population, 35.000. White males, 13.250; white females, 
males, 4,775; negro females, 3.975; foreign born, 127. 

Value of real estate, $8,799,800; value of personal 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $17,959,511; by 

No. of Schools: For whites, 27; for negroes, 13. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 13 2-3c. on the $100; 
16 2-3c. : special, 10c; State, 25c; Schools, 18c. 



13,000 ; negro 



property. $9,742,747. 
negroes, $583,036. 

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Bonded debt, $1S0,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 550 — 83 macadamized. Worked by taxation. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Railway Co., 11.18 miles, assessed value $325,706.25 

North Carolina Railroad, 10.22 miles, assessed value 759,455.30 

Durham & Southern Railroad, 8.18 miles, assessed value 67,204.30 

Seaboard Air Line Railroad, 10.39 miles, assessed value 208,904.25 

Durham & South Carolina Railroad, 9.25 miles, assessed value.. 46,250.00 

Norfolk & Western Railroad, 19.50 miles, assessed value 339.551.04 

The Pullman Co., assessed value 2. 731. 04 

Southern Cotton Oil Co. .assessed value 5,100.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 6,086.74 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 6.901 .V_> 

Durham Traction Co., assessed value 154,300.00 

Southern Bell Telphone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 3,S26.00 

Southside Telephone Co., assessed value 480.00 

North Carolina Telephone Co., assesed value 567.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 1.334.60 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 1,285.00 

Interstate Telephone & Telegraph Co., assessed value 70,000.00 

Orange Telephone Co., assessed value 195.00 

Superior Court Terms: Criminal — 10th January (one week); 10th May 
(one week); 22nd August (one week); 5th December (one week). Civil — 
24th January (two weeks) ; 20th March (two weeks) ; 3rd October (two 
weeks) . 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — C. B. Green, 
Durham. 

Sheriff — J. F. Harward, Durham. 

Register of Deeds — M. G. Markham, 
Durham. 

Treasurer — S. Bowling, Durham. 

Coroner — A. C. Jourdan, Durham. 

Surveyor — E. C. Belvin, Durham. 

jCo. Supt. of Health— N. M. Johnson, 
Durham. 

Co. Supt of Schools — C. W. Massey, 
Durham. 

Supt. of .County .Home — W. O. 
Thompson, Durham. 

Co. Board of Education — J. W. Um- 
stead, Williardsville; G. P. Stallings, 
Durham; W. T. Mangum, Durham. 

Co. Board of Elections — S. C. Braw- 
ley, Durham ; R. P. Reade, Durham ; 
S. M. Holton, Durham. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Durham .Township — R. C. Cox. 
Durham; D. C. Gunter, Durham; R. 
A. Harris, Durham; J. J. Cox, Dur- 
ham: E. K. Powe, West Durham; J. 
T. Morton, East Durham ; W. H. 
Lewellyn, Durham; H. H. Belvin, 
Durham ; J. C. Wrenn, Durham. 

Lebanon— W. S. Terrv, Sr., Dur- 
ham, R. F. D.; J. N. S. Latta, Dur- 
ham, R. F. D. ; J. A. Henderson, Dur- 
ham. R. F. D. 

Patterson — G. A. Barbee, Durham. 
R. F. D. ; C. A. Shepherd, Durham, 
R. F. D. 

Oak Grove— A. M. Hall, Nelson. ; T. 
J. Holloway. Nelson ; J. W. Rogers, 
Nelson ; A. M. Sorrell, Nelson ; J. D. 
Fletcher, Durham, R. F. D. 

Mangum — D. D. Harris. Rougemont ; 
E. H. Veasey. Rougemont; P. A. 



Flinton, Rougemont. 

Cedar Fork — W. H. Morris, Durham. 
R. F. D. ; E. R. Green, Durham, R. 
F. D. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Metodist — J. B. Thompson, Durham ; 
P. H. Massey, Durham. 

Baptist — W. E. Duunegan, West 
Durham ; J. A. Hackney, Durham ; J. 
M. Arnette, Durham. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Ward, M. P., Gorman. 

Holt, D. M., Willardville. 

Mavnard, Dr., Rougemont. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Hester, J. L., West Durham. 

McDonald. W. J., West Durham. 

Bowen, W. T., West Durham. 

Hester, B. F., West Durham. 

Holder & Cheek. East Durham. 

Morris, C. W., East Durham. ' 

Brown, W. B., East Durham. 

Johnson, A. K., East .Durham. 

Alford, T. H., East Durham. 

Lie-eon, F. G., East Durham. 

Miller, S., East Durham. 

Lewis, J. D., & Co., East Durham. 

Barbee, I. S., East Durham. 

Carver, H. L., Rougemont. 

Critcher & Jacobs, Rougemont. 

Morris, W. H., Nelson. 

Home. S. R., Morrisville. 
FLOCK, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Tilley, Cassum. Durham. 

Christian Mill. Durham. 

Patterson Mill, Durham. 

Picket Mill, Durham. 

SAW MILLS. 

Chatham Lumber Co., East Durham. 

Carrington Lumber Co., East Dur- 
ham. 

linker. D. A.. East Durham. 



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Hancock, John, Chapel Hill. 

Barbee, .lack, Durham, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Fowler, Joe, Chapel Hill, R. F. D. 

Sears Bros., Durham. 

Carkham Bros., Durham. 

Barbee Bros., Durham, R. F. D. 

Barbee, W. L., West Durham. 

McGranham Bros., Durham. 
COTTON GINS. 

Colclough, Lum, Durham. 

Barbee, J. H., Durham. 

Shipp, John, Durham. 

Pickett, Asa, & Sons, Durham. 

Barbee Bros., Durham. 

Morris, W. H., Nelson. 

Belvin, Mrs. D. L., Durham. 

Pickett & Co., Durham. 

Jones, R. N., Durham. 

Erwin Cotton Mill Co., Durham. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Grant, Thos. M., Durham. 

Mann, Miss Annie Lee, West Dur- 
ham. 

White, Miss Lillian, West Durham. 

PisTC Miss Nannie B., Nelson. 

Barbee, H. C, East Durham. 

Foushee, Miss Emma, West Dur- 
ham. 

Hargrove, L. L.. West Durham. 

Owen, Miss Hattie, West Durham. 

Belvin, Miss Mozelle, Durham, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Bragg, Miss Beulah, Gorman. 

Faucette, Miss Julia, Durham. 

Suitt, Mrs. S. M., Durham, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Chandler, Miss Susan, Durham, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Lee, Miss Eva, Rougemont, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Thompson, Miss Ida, Stagville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Tillev. Pervis, Bahama, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Brown, Miss Annie, West Durham. 

Goodman, Paul T., West Durham. 

Satterwhite, Miss Katherine, Ran- 
sonville. 

Ball. Miss Lilly, Bahama. 

Ellis, Miss Iver. Durham, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Garrard. Miss Lorena, Rougemont, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Hollowav, Miss Lillie, Gorman, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Horton, Mrs. B. A., Nelson. 

Clark, Miss E. H., Rougemont, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Shields, Miss Blanche, Durham, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Jones. Miss Annie. Rougemont. 

Wilkerson, Miss Jennie, Durham, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Herndon, Miss Corinna, Durham, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Lockhart. S. P.. Chapel Hill. 

Mann, Mrs. B. N., West Durham. 

Koonce, Miss Annie, West Durham. 

Bailey. Miss Loula. Gorman. 



Weatherly, A. C, Gorman. 

Mangum, .Miss Lillie, Durham, R. F. 
D. No 2. 

Hargrove, Mrs. L., West Durham. 

Thomas, Miss Sallie, W. Durham. 

Tilley, Miss Alva, Bahama. 

Latta. Miss Lola, West Durham, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Suitt, S. M„ Durham, R. F. D. No. 4. 

Carpenter, A. M., Durham, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Anderson, J. M., Durham, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Vickers, Miss Sallie, West Durham, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Rovall, Miss Evelyn, East Durham. 

Sorrell, Mrs. D. W., Durham. 

Young, Miss Lila, West Durham. 

Billiard, Mrs. M. Louise, Autryville. 

Barbee, Miss Bettie, Durham. 

Umstead, Miss Nell, Bahama. 

Cole, Miss Rose Lee, Durham, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Crews. Miss Eunice, Rougemont, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Dubose, A. P., Gorman, R. F. D. I 
No. 1. 

Barnes. Mrs. L. L., Durham, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Douglas, Miss Nannie, Durham, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Jones, Miss Nan P., Stem, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Wray, Miss Helen, Rougemont. 

Upcffhrch, Miss Addie, Durham, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Barnes, Miss Bessie, Durham, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Green, G. J., Bahama. 



DURHAM. 

Incorporated in 1S69. 

Population. 1909: 23.010. 

No. white polls, 1,813; No. colored 
P< lis. 722. 

Value real estate. $6,134,556; value 
personal property, $9,402,934. 

Tax Rate: $1.17 on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $398,845.80. 

Floating debt, $140,772.92. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. J. Griswold. 

Chief of Police — J. F. Freeland. 

City Clerk — George W. Woodward. 

Treasurer — T. M. Stephens. 

Tax Collectoi — J. R. Patton. 

Standard-Keeper — Geo Booth. 

City Attorney— R. O. Everett. 

City Supt. of Health— T. A. Mann. 

Postmaster — P. J. O'Brien. 

R. R. Agents — R. L. Montgomery, 
Durham & Southern; R. L. Montgom- 
ery, Seaboard Air Line Ry. ; J. .W. 
Roach. Southern Ry. Co.; R. A. Hon- 
evcutt. Durham & South Carolina 
R. R. ; R. M. Taliaferro, Norfolk & 
Western, Ry. 

Express Agent — P. L. Stone. 

Telegraph Managers — F. H. Heidt, 
Western Union Tel. Co. ; A. Wilker- 



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son, Postal. 

Telephone Manager — W. W. Shaw, 
Interstate Telephone & Tel. Co. 

MINISTERS AN1> CHURCHES. 

Baptist — (First), J. W. Lynch, Pas- 
tor; (Second), W. C. Barrett, Pastor; 
(North Durham), J. M. Arnett, Pas- 
tor. 

Christian— (Main Street), A. P. Bar- 
bee. Pastor. 

Episcopal— (St. Phillies), S. S. Bost, 
Thos. L. Trott. 

Methodist — (Memorial), M. Brad- 
sbaw, Pastor; (Mangum Street i, EL 
E. Spence, Pastor; (Trinity), G. T. 
Adams, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — (First), E. K. Ley- 
burn, Pastor. 

Catholic— (St. Mary Immaculate! , 
William F. O'Brien, Pastor. 
COLLEGES. 
Trinity College Eaculty. 

JOHN CARLISLE KIGO, President 
and Avera Professor of Biblical Lit- 
erature, A. M.. Wofford; D. D., Wof- 
ford and Randolph-Macon. 

WILLIAM HOWELL PEGRAM. 
Professor of Chemistry, A. B., A. M., 
Trinity. 

ROBERT LEE FLOWERS, Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics, Graduate 
United States Naval Academy ; A. M., 
Trinity. 

WILLIAM IYEY CRANFORD. Carr 
Professor of Philosophy, A. B., Trini- 
ty ; Ph. D., Yale. 

ARTHUR HERBERT MERRITT, 
Professor of Greek, A. B,, Wesleyau ; 
Leipsic, 1894-5. 

WILLIAM PRESTON FEW, Dean 
and Professor of English, A. B.. Wof- 
ford : A. M., Ph. D., Harvard. 

CHARLES WILLIAM EDWARDS, 
Professor of Physics, A. B., Trinity: 
A. M., Tulane; M. S., University of 
New York; Columbia, 1896-8. 

WILLIAM HENRY GLASSON. Pro- 
fessor of Political Economy and So- 
cial Science, Ph. B.. Cornell ; Univ. of 
Penn., 1897-8; Ph. D., Colunilua. 

WILLIAM FRANCIS GILL, Profes- 
sor of Latin, A. B., Trinity ; Johns 
Hopkins, 1894-8. 

ALBERT MICA.TAH WEBB, Pro- 
fessor of Romance Languages, A. B., 
A. M., Yale; Sorbonne (Paris), and 
Madrid. 1907-8. 

WILLIAM HANE WANNAMAKER, 
Professor of German, A. B., Wofford ; 
A. M., Trinity and Harvard ; Harvard, 
1901-3; Leipsic and Berlin, 1903-5. 

JAMES JACOB WOLFE, Professor 
of Biology, A. B.. Wofford ; University 
of Chicago, 1900-2; Ph. D., Harvard. 

WILLIAM KENNETH BOYD, Pro- 
fessor of History, A. B., A. M., Trini- 
ty; Ph. D.. Columbia. 

JOHN COUNCIL WOOTEN, Pro- 
fessor of Biblical Literature, A. B., 
Trinity ; B. D., Pacific Theological 



Seminary. 

EUGENE CLYDE BROOKS, Pro- 
fessor of History and Science of Edu- 
cation. A. B., Trinity. 

SAMUEL FOX MORDECAI. Dean 
of the Law School and Professor of 
Law. 

ATWELL CAMPBELL McINTOSH, 
Professor of Law, A. B., A. M., David- 
son. 

ROBERT PERCY READE, Asso- 
ciate Professor of Law, A. B., Trinity ; 
B. L., University of Michigan. 

JULIAN BLANCHARD, Adjunct 
Professor of Applied Mathematics. A. 
B., A. M., Trinitv; Columbia, 1906-9. 

FRANK CLYDE BROWN. Profes- 
sor of English, A. B.. University of 
Nashville; A. M., Ph. D., University 
of Chicago. 

HERBERT HUNTER VAUGHAN. 
Assistant Professor in Modern Lan- 
guages, A. B., Michigan; Ph. D., Har- 
vard. 

ARTHUR MATHEWS GATES. As- 
sistant Professor in Latin. A. B.. A. 
M.. Wesleyau University; Johns Hop- 
kins four vears. 

CHARLES BLACKWELL MARK- 
HAM, Assistant Professor in Applied 
Mathematics. A. B., A. M., Trinity; 
Columbia. 1907-8. 

WILLIAM THOMAS LAPRADE, 
Assistant Professor in History, A. B., 
Washington Christian College, Ph. D., 
Johns Hopkins. 

HERSEY EVERETT SPENCE, In- 
structor in English, A. B., A. M., 
Trinitv. 

GILMER SILER, Instructor in 
Mnthematics. A. B.. Trinitv. 

FRANK NICHOLAS EGERTON, 
JR., Insrtnctor in Physics, A. B„ 
Trinitv. 

CREASY KINION PROCTOR. In- 
structor in Chemistry, A. B., Trinity. 

MTLO EBER PEARSON, Instructor 
in English, A. B., Nebraska Wesleyan 
University. 

CLAUDE FLOWERS, Instructor in 
English, A. B., Trinity. 

WALTER SAMUEL LOCKHART, 
Instructor in English, A. B., A. M., 
Trinity. 

ROBERT CALMAN GOLDSTEIN, 
Instructor in English, A. B.. Trinity. 

DALLAS WALTON NEWSOM. Reg- 
istrar and Treasurer. A. B.. Trinity. 

JOSEPH PENN BREEDLOVE, Li- 
brarian, A. B., A. M., Trinity. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Southern Conservatory of Music — 
Gilmore W. Bryant, Director. 

Trinity Park School — E. C. Brooks, 
Headmaster. • 

City High School— E. J. Green, Prin. 

Fuller School — C. H. Jenkins, Prin. 

Edgemont School — W. M. Upchurch, 
Principal. 



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Morehead School — W. C. Rankin, 
Principal. 

Nortb Durham School — W. A. 

I'.ivins. Principal. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Corcoran Hotel. 

Murray Hotel. 

Church Street Hotel. 

Durham Boarding House. 

Hopkins House. 

Yearby House. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Linthicum, Hill C. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Citizens National Bank — B. N. Duke, 
President ; J. B. Mason, Cashier. 

Fidelity Bank — B. N. Duke, Presi- 
dent; J. F. Wiley, Cashier. 

First National Bank — J. S. Carr, 
President ; W. J. Holloway, Cashier. 

Home Savings Bank — G. W. Watts. 
President; T. B. Pierce, Cashier. 

Merchants Bank — C. C. Thomas. 
President; J. A. Warren, Cashier. 
BAKERS. 

Paschall, M. J. 

Whitmore, J. L. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Mangum, Bart W. 

Morton & Massey. 

Whitfield, C. P. 

Cheek & Belvin. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Pridgen & Jones. 

Bureh & Gorman. 

Perrv, Horton & Co. 

Bellamy, R. L. 

BOOK STORES. 

Durham Book & Stationery Co. 

Smith. J. Henry. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCLATIONS. 

Durham. 

Peoples Perpetual. 

Roval Knights. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Bowen, A. L. 

Goodlow & Sellers, (col.) 

Parrish, P. J. 

Shepherd, W. T. 

Thacker, A. A. 

Holt, W. E. 

Hutchins, J. W. 

CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 

Seeman Carriage Co. 

Durham Buggy Co. 

Durham Vehicle and Harness Co. 

CLUBS. 

Elks Club. 

Commonwealth Club. 
Up-to-Date Club (Ladies.) 
Tourist. (Ladies.) 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Allen, T. E., & Co. 
Perry, S. R. * 

Thompson. E. E. 
Tvree. B. L. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
Golden Belt Mfg. Co. 



Durham Hosiery Mills. 

Durham Hosiery Mills No. 2. 

Pearl Cotton Mills. 

Erwin Cotton Mills. 

Commonwealth Mfg. Co. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Whitmore. H. J. 

Durham Candy Kitchen. 

Boston Candy Kitchen. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Underwood, N. 

Brooks, J. T. 

Smith, Herbert L. 

Salmon, J. T. 

Salmon, W. A. 

Pettigrew, W. J. 

Wilkerson, O. F. 

Stone. C. H. 
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Beal, George H. 

Wall, W. L. 

Tally, J. R. 

Umstead, J. N., & Son. 

Durham Coal, Wood and Lumber 
Company. 

Mason, George N. 

CHAMBER OF COMJIERCE. 

P. W. Vaughan, President. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Lambe, T. J., & Sons. 

Slater, W. A., Co. 

Sneed, Markham, Taylor Co. 

Bane. S. 

Haskell. M. 

Hoekfield. S. H. 

Lipson, S. 

Switzer. M. 

Wilson, A. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 

Rawls. S. E., & Son. 

Rawls, Kronheimers, B. F., & Co. 
DENTISTS. 

Johnson & Norris. 
■ Shackleford, E. W. 

Satterfleld, H. E. 

Reade, A. P. 

Hutchinson, C. L. 

McCraoken, J. T. 

Edwards, L. N. 

Carr, G. A. 
Carr, I. N. 

TOBACCO DEALERS. 

American Tobacco Co. 

Yen able Tobacco Co. 

Durham Tobacco Storage and In- 
spection Co. 

Warren & Mangum. 

Umstead, Riley & Co. 

Umstead, A. K. 

Pope. Carrington & Pollard. 

Umstead & Carrington. 
DRUGGISTS. 

Avent's Pharmacy. 
Blacknall, R., & Son. 
Five Points Drug Co. 
Havwood & Boone. 
King, C. E., & Sons. 
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Mabry, W. A. 
Main Street Pharmacy. 
Michael's Pharmacy. 
Parker's Drug Store. 
Vaughan, P. W. 
Yearby, W. M. 

DOCTORS. 
Adams, C. A. 
Bitting, N. D. 
Bodie, N. P. 
Bowling, E. H. 
Brooks, B. U. 
Cheatham, A. 
Felts, R. L. 
Graham, Joseph. 
Graham, W. A. 
Hicks & Hicks. 
N. M. Johnson. 
Jourdan, A. C. 
Mann, T. A. 
Booker, Dr. 
Manning, J. M. 
Moore, R. A. 
Tusker, A. R. (Ostopath). 
Woodward. C. A. (col.) 
Warren, S. L. (col.) 
Shepherd, C. H. (col.) 
Page, L. T. (col.) 
Mills, J. N. (col.) 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Alcocks, W. W. & Sons. 
Council. Mrs. Dora. 
Ellis, Stone & Co. 
The Emperium. 
Enoch, B. 
Gladstein. 
Kadis, C. Z. 
Kendall, C. W. 
Kronheimer, B. F. 
Land, A. 

New York Stock Co. 
Rawls, Q. E. 
Robbins Dry Goods Co. 
Tonkell, A. 

GROCERS. 

Abelkop, Harris. 
Adcock, W. F. 
Andrews, J. C. 
Baldwin, Mrs. Pattie C. 
Barbee, W. F., & Son. 
Barbee & Ellitt. 
Beck, A. C. 
Bell, J. L. 
Berman, S. 
Bloom, H. 
Bowen, J. T. 
Brady, H. 
Broadwell, R. J. 
Brogden & Beaslev. 
Brooks, G .W. 
Bullock Grocerv Co. 
Burnett, I. A., & Son. 
Burns, J. H. 
Cardeb, J. C. 
Carlton, F. M. 
Carpenter Bros. 
Cash, S. H. 
Chappell, B. J. 
Cobb, D. M. 



Cohen. A. 

Copley, S. T. 

Corbett, J. F. 

Couch, N. E. 

Dixon Bros. 

Dunnegan, A. E. 

Edwards, H. F. 

Edwards, J. D. 

Garner & Frazier. 

Greenberg, M. 

Gunter, E. T. 

Hall, J. M. 

Hockfleld, M. 

Hoper, C. S., Co. 

Hunty-Blakley & King, 
i Jourdan, C. E. 
j Land, A. 

Lawson, J. J. 

Levy, S. 

Markham, Stephens Co. 

Matthews, W. M. 

May & Page. 

Morris, R. H. 

Owens, J. E. 

Patterson Bros. Co. 

Penny, E. G. 

Perry, Wood & Co. 

Pope, G. M. 

Rigsbee, S. F., & Son. 

Rochelle, J. A. 

Rochelle, L. 

Rogers, J. D. 

Rogers, J. T., & Co. 

Schwartz, B. 

Seigel, L. 

Silver, H. 

Silver, J. 

Singleton, W. B. 

Smith, W. M. 

Sorrell & Stone. 

Stanley, J. R. 

Stephens, T. M., & Co. 

Teer, A. 

Tingen, B. 

Wilkerson, J. L. 

Zukerman, Mrs. Gussie. 

Zukerman, Max. 

Woody, J. P. 

Allen-Owen Co., (Wholesale). 

Hewitt, W. A. (Wholesale). 

Pope, J. T. (Wholesale). 

Slade-Perry & Co. (Wholesale). 

Southern Pure Food Co. (Whole- 
sale). 

Thomas-White Co., (Wholesale). 

Thompson, E. E. (Wholesale). 

Tyree, The B. L., Co. 
POWER AND EIGHT COMPANIES. 

Durham Light and Power Co. 
FRUIT DEALERS. 

Chandler Produce Co. 

Slade-Perry Co. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Rigsbee, A. M., & Sons. 

Rogers, J., & Co. 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. 



FLORISTS. 



Roll, Fred. 
Hibberd, R. 



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FISH AM) OYSTER DEALERS. 

Addison. T. A. 

Bumpass, E. N. 

Green, T. B. 

Hamlin, L. D. 

Herndon, C. M. 

Ingram, W. S. 

Wilson & Patterson. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Durham Iron Works. 

North Side Foundry Co. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Christian & Harward. 

Clark & Bryan. 

Eubanks, D. A. 

Miller, H. W. 

Model Furniture House. 

Rogers, L. D. 

Rovall & Borden Co. 

Herring & Elliott. 

Hesse. J. A., & Sons. 

Holland Bros. 

Home Furniture Co. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Durham Harware Co. 

Lloyd. A. E. & Co. 

Pollard Bros. 

Taylor & Phipps. 

HOSPITALS. 

Watts Hospital. 

Lincoln Hospital (col.) 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Sparser. S. W. (Life). 

Southgate. J., & Son (Fire). 

Durham Lean & Trust Co. (Fire 
and Life). 

Fulford. W. A. (Life and Fire). 

Griswald Insurance & Real Estate 
Co. (Life and Fire). 

Dunn. W. B. (Life). 

Lee, R. N. (Life). 

Ogbnrn, F. A. (Life). 

Anderson, T. .T. (Life). 
JEWELERS. 

Tones & Frazier. 

Loeffler, J. G. 

Snider-Umstead Co. 

Case. 

Wright, J. M. 

LAUNDRIES. 

Durham Steam Laundry. 

Model Steam Laundry. 

Union Steam Laundry. 

LAWYERS. 

Gramham & Brawley. 
Pegram, J. E. 
Bryant & Brogden. 
Chambers, S. C. 
Cothran, J. F. 
Everett, R. O. 
Fuller, F. L. 
Reade, R. P. 
Oiles & Sykes. 
Graham & Graham. 
Guthrie & Guthrie. 
Hill, E. J. 
Hobsrood. A. S. 
Holton, S. M. 
Lovenstein, B. 



Foushee & Foushee. 
Mason, W. W. 
Moore, A. M. 
Scarlette, Charles. 
Skinner, B. S. 
Sorrel], D. W. 
Tomliuson, Lawrence. 
Morekead, J. L. 
Gladstone, D. 
Tilley, A. A. 
Wisshurg, A. 
Cannady, W. P. (col.) 
Cannady, E. W. (col.) 
LUMBER M'F'R'S'. AND DEALERS. 
Cary Lumber Co. 
Hutching Lumber Co. 
Carrington Lumber Co. 
Chatham Lumber Co. 

MARBLE WORKS. 
Durham Marble Works. 
Sharpe, T. O., & Co. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
Byrd Manufacturing Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

The American Tobacco Co. (Cigar- 
ettes and Smoking Tobacco). 

Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Co. 
(Smoking Tobacco). 

Duke. W-, Sons & Co. (Smoking 
and Cigarettes i. 

Imperial Tobacco Co. (Re-ordering 
Plant). 

Venable Tobacco Co. (Re-ordering). 

Branch, C. H., & Co. (Cigars). 

Khedivial Tobacco Co. (Smoking 
Tobacco). 

Erwin Cotton Mills, Nos. 1 and 4. 

Durham Cotton Manufacturing Co. 

Pearl Cotton Mills. 

Commonwealth Cotton Manufacur- 
ing Co. 

Golden Belt Manufacturing Co. 
(Cotton and Bags). 

Durham Hosiery Mills, Nos. 1 and 2. 

Keer. J. T. (Foundry). 

Durham Iron Works 

Smith Manufacturing Co., (Over- 
alls). 

Sharpe, T. O.. & Co. (Marble 
Works). 

Durham Marble Works. 

Cary Lumber Co. 

Durham Lumber Co. 

Chatham Lumber Co. 

Durham Buggy Co. 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. 
(Fertilizer). 

Durham Vehicle & Harness Co. 

Carrolina Roller Mills (Flour and 
Meal). 

Vickory, A. W., & Co. (Spoke & 
Handle Factory). 

Durham Mattress Works. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Daily Sun — Jas A. Robinson, Editor. 

Morning Herald — Jos. H. King, Edi- 
tor. 

N. C. Journal of Education— E. C. 
Brooks. Editor. 



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Post— T. H. Lindsay, Edi- 



Literary 

tor. 

Recorder — Zeb. P. Council, Editor. 
South Atlantic Quarterly— W. P. 
W. H. Glasson, Editors. 
Archive — M. A. Briggs, Edi- 



Few and 

Trlnitj 
tor. 

Trinity Chronicle — E. W. Knight, 
Editor. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Taylor & Phipps. 

Lloyd. A. E. 

Durham Hardware Co. 
PAINTERS. 

Garden, H. L. 

Pevton, Cates. 

Hinton, W. A. 

Moore, T. P. 

PRODI CE DEALERS. 

Draughorn, A. J., & Co. 
PLIMBERS. 
Bodenheimer. R. A. 
1 nirham Plumbing » !o. 
Richardson, L. C. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Cable Co. 
Murray. W. R., Co. 

PHOTOG RA PHERS. 

Hitchcock's Studio. 
Holiday. Waller. 
Johnson. Miss Katie L. 

PRINTING OEFICES. 
Christian. J. T. Press (The). 
Council, Z. P. 
Morris, R. L. 
Seeman Priutery. 
Moore, Benj. S. (col.) 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Briggs Real Estate Co. 



Duke Land & Improvement Co. 
Durham Loan & Trust Co. 
Edwards. C. D. 
Fulford. W. A. 

Oriswold Insurance and Real Estate 
Co. 

Real Estate Exchange & Trust Co. 
Scoggins, T. II. 
Walker, J. B.. & Son. 
Clements Land Co. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
W. L. Wall. 

TAILORS. 
Bon-Ton Tailors. 
Crabtree, W. C. 
Kellerman, Prank. 
Levy. D. W. 
Markham-IIarris ( !o. 
Mesley, .1. S. 
North State Tailors. 
Peace, Samuel II. 
Bull Ctiy Tailors (col.) 
Allen, John W. (col.) 
Battle, Jas. A. (col.) 
Williams. .1. E. (col.) 

J XDERTAKERS AND E.MBALMERS. 

Hall. J. S. 

Howerton, R. T. & Son. 

Scarborough i^ Holnian (col.) 

VETERINARY SI RGEOXS. 
Herndon, W. R. 
Petty, J. W. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Holnian Bros. 
Interior Decorating Co. 
Long. E. J. 
Tomlinson, Williard C. 



EDGECOMBE COUNTY. 

COl'XTY SEAT, TARBORO. 



Formed in 17-14. Named in honor of Earl of Edgecombe. 

Area: 515 square miles. 

Population, 26,555. 

Value of real estate. $4,030,749; value of persona] property. if2.12s.Cds. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $5,756,356; by negroes, $403,011. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 40; for negroes, 35. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 23 2-3c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 27c. 

County bonded debt, $5,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 5S0. Worked by taxation. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 43.83 miles, assessed value $1,281,062.36 

The Pullman Co., assessed value 1,709.38 

Southern Express Co.. assessed value •">. 748.33 

Western Union Telegraph ( !o., assessed value 29,185.32 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co., assessed value 4,031.00 

East Carolina Railway Co., 18.00 miles, assessed value 48,886.92 

Tar River Oil Company, assessed value 10.000.00 

Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co., assessed value 11.211.00 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co., assessed value 3,780.80 

Southern Railway, Rolling Stock, assessed value 40,328.00 

Superior Court Terms : 7th March, one week: II li April, two weeks: 6th 

June, two weeks; 12th September, one week; 3sf October, two weeks, 

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COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — A. T. Walston, 
Tarboro. 

Sheriff — B. F. Dawson, Tarboro. 

Register of Deeds — Ii. S. Bunu, Tar- 
boro. 

Treasurer — John E. Cobb, Pinetops. 

Coroner — S. P. Bass, Tarboro. 

surveyor — J. R. Pender, Tarboro. 

Co. Supt. of Health — S. P. Bass, 
Tarboro. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— II. G. Kittrell, 
Tarboro. 

Supt. of County Home — W. T. Gor- 
hfim, Tarboro. 

Co. Board of Education— R. B. Alls- 
brook (chrm.), Tarboro; W. W. 
Vieks, Battleboro; John Mayo, 
Bethel. 

County Commissioners — Claude Wil- 
son, (chrm.), Tarboro; W. D. Ruffiu. 
Whitakers; W. L. Dunn: Lam Law- 
rence, Tarboro; John J. Thome, 
Bocky Mount. 

County Board of Elections — P. .C. 
Vestal. Rocky Mount; B. F. Eagles. 
Macclesfield, R. F. D. : C. B. Keeeh. 
Rocky Mount. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

F. H. Pender, Tarboro ; Joshua 
Rouse, Conetoe ; D. E. Cobb, Mildred ; 
V. B. Knight, Speed; W. G. Turner, 
Bethel; T. E. Mayo, Bethel: F. F. 
Savage. Speed. R. F. D. ; M .P. Ed- 
wards, Speed; C. H. Spivey, "Leggetts ; 
Arthur Anderson. Whitakers; J. K. 
Lawrence. Whitakers: W. G. Harrell, 
old Sparta; B. F. Eagles, Maccles- 
field ; J. D. L. Corbett, Macclesfield ; 

E. L. Pitt, Pinetops; R. G. Hart. 
Rocky Mount. R. F. D. ; J. T. Thorp, 
Rocky Mount; E. L. Daughtridge, 
Rocky Mount: .lohn L. Calhoun. 
Rocky Mount: B. P. Jenkins, Rocky 
Mount, R. F. D. ; Fenner Gay. Rocky 
Mount; O. B. Proctor, Rocky Mount. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Speight. R. H.. Whitakers. 
Killebrew, C. L., Rocky Mount, R. 

F. D. No. 5. 

Mercer, M. P., Elm City. 

Barron, C. H., Elm City. 

Walton, C. B„ Macclesfield. 

Pitt. M. B., Old Sparta. 

Green, W. W.. Conetoe. 

Anderson, J. H., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Cheshire. L. H.. Pintops. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Pitman, Rowland. Tarboro, R. R. D. 

Pitman, O. L.. Whitakers. R. F. D. 

Lancaster, W. D., Battleboro, R. 
F. D. 

Lancaster, W. J.. Rocky Mount. 
R. F. D. 

CORN MILES. 

Edmondson, L. H., Tarboro, R. F. D. 
Williams, Latham. Tarboro, R.F. D. 
Stallings, W. L.. Tarboro. 
Bryan, Hugh, Battleboro. 
Taylor. Jones, Bethel, R. F. D. 



F 



COTTON GINS. 

Hart, L. V., Tarboro. 
Bryan, Mrs. B. J.. Battleboro. 
Daughtridge, E. L., Rooky Mount. 
H.. Battleboro. 
Redmond, Tarboro, R. 



Smithson, M. 
Redmond & 
D. 

Mayo, R. II.. 
Webb, 11. W 



Bethel. R. F. D. 
, Macclesfield. 
Taylor, B. H., Bethel, R. F. D. 
May.). C, M., Tarboro, R. F. D. 
Worsley, Arnold, Conetoe. 
Proctor. D., Kooky Mount. 
Howard. J. T., Conetoe. 
Howard. George, Tarboro. 
Odom, J. D., Kooky Mount. 
Whitehurst, W. E., Conetoe. 
Cobb, .ltd). Tarboro. 
Eagles. P.. F., Macclesfield. 
Davis. .1. A.. Tarboro, K. F. D. No. 2. 
Mercer. Dr. W. P.. Elm City. 
Womble, C. D., Elm City. 
Askew. W. T.. Whitakers. 
Hart, R. G., Rocky Mount. R. F. D. 
Pitt, M. B.. Tarboro. R. F. D. 
Bellamy. C. B.. Speed. 
Bryan, Gray, Tarboro. R. F. D. 
Howell, B. B., Tarboro. 
Hicks. T. II.. Tarboro. R. F. D. 
Howell, F. A., Tarboro. R. F. D. 
Lawrence, R. C, Hobgood. 
Sherrod & Bryan, Battleboro. 
Webl). II. W.. Macclesfield. 
Lancaster. Mrs. M. D., Rocky Mt.. 
R. F. D. 

Planters" Cotton & Oil Co., Rocky 
Mount. 

Shelton. H. H., Conetoe. 
Cox, Gen. W. R.. Penelo. 
Carr, Mrs. Elias. Macclesfield. 
Dupree, Mrs. J. R., Tarboro. 
Knight, Mrs. W. T. 
Mercer. Mrs. W. R 
Sherrod, J. W., & 
ilton. 

Webb, Wiley. & Sou 
F. D. 

Gorham, Frank, Tarboro. R. F. D. 
Pinetops Sash & Blind Factory 
Pinetops. 

Battle. Mrs. L. B.. Rocky Mount. R 
F. D. 

Bradley, J. B., & Son, Rocky Mt. 
R. F. D. 

Braswell. M. C, Battleboro. 

Brown. Walter. Rocky Mount. 

Xorfleet. Uzeola. Tarboro. 

Killebrew, W. H., Rocky Mount, R 
F. D. 

Thorne, J. J., Rocky Mount. 

Pitt, E. T... St. Lewis. 

Varnell, James. Macclesfield. 

Batchelor. A. J.. Sharpsburg. 

Davenport, Horace. Speed. 

Long. Mrs. M. E., Speed. 

Speed Milling Co., Speed. 

Anderson, J. H.. Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Anderson. W. H.. Speed. 

Johnston, Henry. Tarboro 

Baker. J. M.. Tarboro. 



, Tarboro. 
, Tarboro. 
Brothers, Ham- 



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Battle, J. W. B., Tarboro. 

Britt, Mrs. D. T., Tarboro. 

Brown, J. D., Tarboro. 

Pender, J. R., Tarboro. 

Lawrence & Haton, Tarboro. 

Deberry, G. T., Tarboro. 

Trevathan. Win., Rocky Mount. 

Wiggins, L. A., Tarboro. R. F. D. 

Cummings, W. H., Tarboro. 

Page, W. B., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Edwards, M. P., Speed. 

Farrar. Mrs. R. I., Tarboro. 

Fountain, Theo., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Robbins, J. H., Sharpsburg. 

Sherrod. J. W., Whitakers. 

Hart, M. A., Tarboro. 

Satterwaite, J. R., Tarboro. 

Gardner, B. S., Pinetops. R. F. D. 

Anderson, A., Whitakers. 

Pitman, J. M., Tarboro. R. F. D. 

Knight, E. C, Mildred. 

Keech, Mrs. B. J., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Lawrence, Lam, Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Oates, John, Tarboro. 

McDowell, J. P., Tarboro. R. F. D. 

McNair, Mrs. C. L., Tarboro, R. 
F. D. 

Mayo, W. T., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Pender, W. D ..Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Philips, Fred., Tarboro. 

Parks. C. M., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Bradley, J. B., & Son, Rocky 
Mount. 

Powell, J. C. Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Shackleford, J. F., Tarboro. R. F. D. 

Shillings, W. L., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Staton, Mrs. Lucy, Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Tar River Oil Co., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Edmondson, L. H., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Wiggins, F. L., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Bradley. M. C, Whitakers, R. F. D. 

RufBn & Gustin, Rocky Mount, R. 
F. D. 

Denton. Frank, Whitakers, R. F. D. 

Braswell, W. T., Whitakers, R. F. D. 

Draughan, L. L., Whitakers, R. F. D. 

Macclesfield Co., Pinetops. 

Etheridge, J. R., Whitakers. 

Gammons, George R., Whitakers, R. 
F. D. 

Harper. Frank, Whitakers, R. F. D. 

Mitchell Aaron, Whitakers, R. F. D. 

Pitman, Mrs. M. L., Whitakers, R. 
F. D. 

Whitakers Gin Co., Whitakers. 

Corbett, W. J., Whitakers. 

Dr. Bellamy, Enfield. 

Mayo, N. J., & Bro., Coakley. 

Cherry, J. L., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Mayo, N. J., Speed. 

Weeks. E. C, Whitakers, R. F. D. 

Philips. Riley. Pinetops. 

Corbet & Moore, Macclesseld. 

Fountain & Fountain, Leggetts. 

Bullock & Battle, Rocky Mount, R. 
F. D. 
Cammons. Roland, Whitakers. 
Austin, C. C, Tarboro. 



Wiggins, J. H.. Tarboro, R. F. D. 
Knight, Mrs. M. T., Tarboro, R. 
R. D. 

3IINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Johnson. J. W., Whitakers, R. F. D. 
Crisp, Thomas, Mildred. 

COTTON MILLS. 
Fountain Cotton mills, J. A. Wed- 
dell, Manager, Tarboro. 

Tarboro Cotton Mills, J. M. Jones, 
Manager, Battleboro. 

COTTON SEED OIL MILES. 

Wrendale Oil Mills, J. K. Lawrence, 
Manager, Battleboro. 

Tar River Oil Co., E. V. Zoeller, 
Manager, Tarboro. 

Consumers Cotton Oil Co., Tarboro. 

Edgecombe Cotton Oil Co. 

Royster, F. S., Guano Co. 

Pinetops Oil Mills, Pinetops. 

SAW MILLS. 

McDowell, J. P., Tarboro. 

Fountain, Theo., Tarboro. 

Gammon, Geo. R., Whitakers, R. 
F. D. 

Stalling, W. L. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Kittrell, R. G., Tarboro. 

Boyce, Miss S. Irma, Conetoe. 

Cabal, Mrs. Nellie L., Conetoe. 

Whiehard, Miss Minnie, Bethel, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Whiehard, Miss Mattie L., Bethel. 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Mayo, Miss Elizabeth, Tarboro, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Bridgers, W. A., Speed. 

Felton, Miss Florence, Speed. 

Harper, Miss Nannie, Speed. 

Savage, Miss Alma, Speed. 

Pittman, Miss Margaret, Tarboro, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Corbett, Miss Nina, Whitakers, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Moseley, Mrs. R. E., Tarboro, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Pittman, Miss Mary, Whitakers, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Edmondson, Miss Helen, Whitakers, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Marks, Miss Addie, Whitakers, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Willis, Miss Emma, Whitakers, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Spivey, Miss Susie, Battleboro, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Ruthn, Miss Ida, Battleboro, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Oliver, Mr. D. D., Battleboro. 

Spain, Miss Anna, Battleboro. 

Tyler, Miss Annie May, Battleboro. 

Harris, Miss Susie S., Battleboro. 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Rutfin. Miss Mamie, Tarboro, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Martin, Miss Marion, Tarboro, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Cobb, Miss Margarette, Macclesfield, 



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R. F. I). No. L'. 

Walston, Miss Mary L., Crisp. 

Moore, .Miss Lucy, Fountain. 

Cobb. Miss Mamie, Macclesfield. 

Leighton, A. P., Macclesfield. 

Moore, Miss Kate, Macclesfield. 

Ratcliff, Miss Sallie, Macclesfield. 

Moore, Miss Leona, Pinetops, R. P. 
D. No. 1. 

Cobb. Miss Sallie, Pinetops, R. P. 
D. No. 1. 

Lance, Mrs. H. E., Pinetops. 

Sugg, Miss Mattie, Pinetops. 

Eagles, Miss Cora, Tarboro, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Spraggins, Miss Lida, Tarboro, R. 
P. I>. No. 2. 

Poxall, Miss Susie I!., Rocky Mount, 
R. F. I'. No. 5. 

Griflin, Miss Mavis. Rocky Mount. 

Proctor, Miss Lena. Rocky Mount. 
R. F. I». No. 6. 

Thomas, Miss Maude. Rocky Mount. 
R. F. D. Xo. 5. 

Arrington, Miss Pattie, Rocky 
Mount, R. F. I). Xo. (i. 

Fain-aster. Miss Maude, Rocky 
Mount, R. F. D. Xo. 0. 

Cobb, Miss Mallie, Elm City, R. F. 
I). Xo. 1. 

Hagins, Miss Mary, Sharpsburg, 
R. F. I). Xo. 1. 

Spivey, Miss Maude, Rocky Mount. 
B F. D. Xo. 6. 



TARBORO. 
Population, 1909. 4.300. Xo. white 
polls, 384; Xo. colored polls, 166. 

Value real estate. $1,050,890; value 
persona] property, $832,844. 
Tax Rate. $1.25 on the $100. 
Bonded debt. S70.000. . 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Paul Jones. 

Chief of Police— F. P. Pulley. 

City Clerk— J. A. Weddell. 

Treasurer — -T. A. Weddell. 

Tax Collect or— J. A. Weddell. 

City Attorney — W. O. Howard. 

Postmaster — J. M. Castarphen. 

R. R. Agent — T. F. Marrow, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

Express Agent — G. W. Dickens, 
Southern Express Co. 

Telegraph Manager — C. B. Bradley, 
AYestern Union. 

Telephone Managei — C. P. McClure, 
Carolina Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— G. P. Harrill, Pastor. 

Episcopal — B. E. Brown. Rector. 

Methodist— W. S. Stanbury. It. L. 
Carroway. 

Presbyterian — R. W. Alexander. 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Tarboro Male Academy — F. S. Wilk- 
ii son, Principal. 



Tarboro Public Schools (Special 
Charter). 

Ceo. Howard. Chairman. 

R: B. Kittrell, Superintendent. 

R. M. Davis, Prin. High School. 

J. T. Johnston, Prin. Gram. School. 

Mrs. D. <!. Gillespie, Prin. Runny- 
niede School. 

Teachers. 

Sanderlin, Miss Clara C. 

Redmond, Miss Margaret. 

Bridgers. Miss Lulie. 

Pal tie. Miss Ella. 

Mallett, Miss Emma. 

Williams, Miss May. 

Bridgers, .Miss Mary II. 

Hellen, Miss P»essie. 

Bunn, Miss Mary Ballard. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOCSES. 

Tarboro House. 

Vines House. 

Parker House. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Tarboro — J. F. Shackle- 
ford, President; L. V. Hart, Cashier. 

First National Bank — Geo. A. Hold- 
erness, President; E. A. Pennington, 
Cashier. 

Pamlico Banking & Insurance Co. — 
II. L. Staton, President; A. M. Curtis. 
( 'a shier. 
Bl ILDING & EOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Edgecombe Homestead & Loan As- 
sociation. 

Tarboro Building & Loan Associa- 
tion. 

BAKERS. 

Liles-Ruffin Co. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Howard, George. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Tarboro Supply Co. 

Robeson Supply Co. 

Clarke. W. S.. & Son. 

Rosenbaum & Levy. 

Cherry. T. T. 

Zander, J. 

BOOK STORES. 
Clayton, C. F. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Johnson. S. S. 

.Tones iV- Rollins. 

Andrews, W. H. 

Turner & Little. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'R'S. 

Enterprise Carriage Co. 

Hussey, M. L. 

Hvatts, John B. 

CUBS. 

Hillside Country Club. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Jenkins, J. Li 

Hearne, J. L. 

Petus, R. B. 

Pennington. J. B. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY 

Fountain Cotton Mills. 

Tarboro Cotton Mills. 

Runnymeade Mills. 



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Tarboro Knitting Mills. 

Wilson & Dawson Knitting Mills. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Liles-Ruffin Co. 

Keeeh, C. B., & Co. 

Licbtenstein, D.. Co. 

Daney, C. 

Cummings, D. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Wagner. D. D. 

Howard, Geo. 
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

HTatt, R. B. 

Bryan, H. T. 

Pennington, J. B. 

Murphy- Jenkins & Co. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 

Tarboro Chamber of Commerce — 
Geo. Howard. President; J. A. Wed- 
dell, Secretary. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Arubeim, W. M. 

Rosenbloom & Levy. 

Zander, J. 

Miller. E. 

Saied. J. 

Saied. E. 

DENTISTS. 

Williams, Don. 

Whitehead, C. A. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Edgecombe Drug Co. 

Cooke. R. E. L. 

McNair, W. H. 

Station & Zoeller. 

DOCTORS. 

Baker. J. M. 

Thiapen, W. .T. 

Harrell, S. N. 

Jenkins. J. D. 

S. P. Bass. 

L. L. Staton. 
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Cherry, T. T. 

Clarke, W. S., & Sons. 

Deans. W. T. 

Arnheim, W. M. 

Tarboro Supply Co. 

Robeson Supply Co. 

Zander, J. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Tarboro Ligbt & Power Co. 
FRUIT DEALERS. 

Constantine, N. 

Allen. .T. C. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S 

Kovster, F. S., Co. 

FLORISTS. 

Mehegan, Miss Erin. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Johnson, S. S. 

.Tones & Rollins. 

Andrews. W. H. 

Turner & Little. 

FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Edaecoinbe Iron Works. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Simmons, W. L. & J. E. 

Carlile. F. M. & S. Q. 



GROCERS. 

Peters. It. B. 
Licbtenstein. D. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Pender Hardware Co. 
Edgecombe Hardware Co. 
Austin, C. .T. 

HOSPITALS. 
Pittman Sanatorium. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Weddell. .Tobn A. 
Forbes. .T. W. 
Cotton, Tobn W. 
Carter & Stallings. 

JEWELERS. 
Bell. .T. H. 
Hulbroms, M. 

LAUNDRIES. 
Sine, diaries. 

LAWYERS. 
Gilliam. II. A. 
Philips, H H.. 
Bridgers. H. C. 
Staton. H. L. 
Staton. M. C. 
Bridyers. John L. 
Gaskill, .T. R. 
Pender, James. 
Fountain. G. M. T. 
Johnston, Henry. 
Howard, W. O. 
Norfleet, J. M. 
Liles, J. F. 
Allsbrook. R. B. 
Howard. W. Stamp. 
Jones. Paul. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
Sugg Bros. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Pender Hardware Co. 
Austin, C. J. 

PAINTERS. 
Edwards. M. G. 
Brown, S. 
Brown. George. 

PLl MBERS. 
Howard & Co. 
Sugs" Bros. 

PHOTOG RAPHERS. 
Alley. S. R. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Clayton, C. F. 
McCabe, P. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Hvatt, R. B. 

TAILORS. 
Mertz. J. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Carlile. F. M. 
Hvatt. J. B. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Staton & Zoellers. 



BATTLEBORO. 

Population, 1909: 300. 
No., white polls. 200; No. 
polls, 100. 

Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — M. C. Braswell. 



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Chief of Police— A. L. Stewart. 

City Clerk— Geo. \v. Strickland. 

Treasurer — II. I'.. .Marriott. 

Tax Collector— A. T. Stewart. 

Postmaster — J. B. Stokes. 

B. K. Agent— F. A. Truett, A. C. L. 

Express Agent — F. A. Truett. 

-MINISTERS AND CHURCHES 
Baptist— B. R. Rogers, Pastor. 
Episcopal — R. B. Owens. Rector. 
Methodist — D. C. Bearden. Pastor. 

S< HOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Battleboro High School. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 
Braswell, M. C. 
General Merchants. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Braswell, M. C. 
Williams, E. A. 

COTTON GINS. 
Battleboro Oil Co. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
Braswell, M. C. 

DOCTORS. 
Marriott. H. B. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Braswell, M. C. 
Williams, E. A. 
Hathaway, J. .T.. & Bro. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
Braswell, M. C. 
Williams, E. A. 
Hathaway. .T. .T.. & Bro. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Braswell. M. C. 



WHITAKERS. 

Incorporated in 1S72. 

Population. 1909: White. 534; col- 
ored, 266: total. 800. 

Value real estate. $196,241; value 
personal property, $123,666. 

Tax Rate: 21c. on the $100. 
TOAVN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. White. 

Postmaster — O. S. Woody. 

Chief of Police — R. F. Wearer. 

R. R. Agent— J. P. Loftin. A. C. L. 
Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — .T. P. Loftin, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — W. Y. Everton, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant— C. L. Whit- 
aker. Pastor. 

Primitive Baptist — A. .T. Moore. Pas- 
tor. 

Disciple — .T. W. Tyndal, Pastor. 

Baptist — J. L. Rodgers, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Whitakers High School — John I. 
Singletarv. Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Whitakers— W. T. Braswell. 
President; W. J. Taylor, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Braswell, J. C. 

Ray. J. C. 

Cobb, W, H. 



DKNTISTS. 

Cutcliin. It. S. 

DRIGGISTS. 

Whitakers Pharmacy. (J. C. Bras- 
well, .1. M. Cutcliin. Jr.) 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Bradley, R. A., ..V Bro. 

Tucker. G. F. 

Bond, W. H. 

Mann, O. D. 

Knight, W. S 

Cutchin. J. S. 

Cutcliin, F. II. 

Pittman iV- Pittman. 

Harris. Wm. 

Taylor. P. H. 

Loine. J. B. 

Woodard, Mrs. R. H. 

Jones, YY. F. 

Dinton, Cicero. 

Cutchin. J. B. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Whitakers Hardware Co. 
GROCERS. 

Whitakers Grocery Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Laine, J. B. 

Ethridge. Caleb. 

Ethridge, Mrs. Lucy. 

Woody, Mrs. O. S. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Wheeless, H. J. 

Johnston, J. S'. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Hearne Bros. & Co. (Coffins, caskets 
and dealers in funeral supplies.! 



PINETOPS. 

Incorporated in 1903. 

Population. 1909: White. 160; col- 
ored. 23: total. 183. 

Value real estate. $26,694; value per- 
sona] property, $21,197. 

Tax Rate: 25c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— E. L. Pitt. 

Postmaster — W. L. Duuu. 

Chief of Police — Ceo. A. Sumerlin. 

R. R. Agent — J. V. Cobb, East Caro- 
lina Railroad. 

Manager Telegraph — J. V. ('.rub. 
Western Union Telegraph & Cable Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHFRCHES. 

Methodist — H. E. Lance, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Pinetops High School — Miss Matt'.e 
Sugg, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Pinetops Banking Company — H. C. 
Bridgers, President; J. V. Cobb, 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Schubert. L. H. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Dunn, W. L. 
Walston & Harrell. 
Cobb. J. E. & Co. 
Reason. W. L. 
Levey, J. 



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HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Stallings, .Mrs. Sarah. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Watson. R. L. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Pinetops Sash & Blind Co. 
Pinetops Oil & Guano Co. 
Pinetops Brick & Tile Co. 



col- 



L. 



SPEED. 

Population. 1909: White, 
ored, 10; total. 65. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — V. B. Knight. 
Postmaster — A. J. Parker. 
Chief of Police — C. G. Thigpen. 
R. R. Agent— D. H. Parker. A. C 
Railway Co. 

Manager Telegraph — D. H. Parker. 
Western Union Telearaph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — T. L. Vernon, Pastor. 
Episcopal — B. Brown. Rector. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Speed High School — W. A. Bridgers, 
Principal. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Langston, R. H. 
.Tones, J. F. 
Satterthwaite, J. W. 
Hynian, Mrs. Dellar. 
Parker. A. J. 
Edmondson. A. M. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Hotel Thigpen, C. G. Thigpen, Prop. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Thigpen, C. B. 

COTTON GINS. 
Speed Milling Co. 

OIL MILLS. 
Speed Milling Co. 

SAW MILLS. 
Parker, A. .T. 

CRIST MILLS. 
Parker. A. J. 



S( IIOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Macclesfield Graded High School — A. 
F. Leigkton. Principal. 
DO( TORS. 
Walton, C. B. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Walton. C. B. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Corbett iV- Moore. 
Harris, W. P. 
Pittman & Cobb. 
Webb & Webb. 
Harris, W. L. 
Hearne, C. H. 
Felton, A. B. 
Macclesfield Supply Co. 
Winstead, J. T. 
Gray, Ellis & Sou. 
Phillip Bros. & Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Walton. C. B. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Forbes, .J. A. 

SAW MILLS. 
Corliitt kV- Moore. 

COTTON GINS. 
Corbitt & Moore. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Walton Brick Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Edwards, J. Walter. 



MACCLESFIELD. 

Incorporated in 1901. 

Population. 1909: White. 21S; col- 
ored. 60; total. 27S. 

Value real estate, $44,685; value per- 
sonal property. $23,118. 

Tax' Rate: 33 l-3c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— C. B. Walton. 
Postmaster — K. C. Lewis, 
Chief of Police— C. H. Hearne. 
R. R. Agent — M. B. Bridgers. 
Manager Telegraph — M. B. Bridgers. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Christian — A. F. Leighton. Pastor. 



CONETOE. 

Incorporated in 1S87. 

Population. 1909: 50. 

Tax Rate: 50c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — Joshua Rouse. 
Clerk — C. L. Warren, 
Treasurer — W. L. Mayo. 
Tax Collector — Ceo. Hodjres. 
Chief of Police — George Hodges. 
Postmaster — J. E. Bulluck. 
R. R. Agent— W. E. Bailey. 
Express Agent — W. L. Bailey. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Everett, D. E. 

DOCTORS. 
Brothers, .T. E. 
Dawson. N. B. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Dawson, X. B. 
Bulluck, .1. E.. 
Harrell. J. O. 
Cherry. T. T. 
Dawson. Warren. iV 
Little. R. J.. & Co. 



,V- Co. 



Co. 



ROCKY MOUNT. 

Situated partly in Edgecombe and 
partly in Nash. For full informal ion 
see Nash. 



FORSYTH COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, WINSTON-SALEM. 



Formed in ISPS. Named in honor of Col. Benj. Forsyth, of Germanton, 

Stokes County. 



THE WACHOVIA NATIONAL BANK, 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
CAPITAL, $150,000.00. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $200,000.00. 

The bank's own money is the SAFE SECURITY tor a DEPOSITOR. 



200 FORSYTH COUNTY. 

Area, :;)(> square miles. 

Population, 15,000. 

Value of real estate, $7,098,721; value of personal property, $7,242,024. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $13,909,068; by negroes. $431,677. 

Xo. of Schools: For whites, 80: for negroes, 20. 

Tax Kate: County purposes, 57c. on t lie $100; poor. 23 2-3e. ; roads and 
bridges, 331-3c; special, 20c. 

County bonded debt. $55,000. 

Public Roads: Worked by taxation; convicts used. 

RAILROAD. TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

North State Telephone Co., assessed value $ 300.00 

.Muddy Creek Telephone Co., assessed value -, '..'.'. lloioO 

Goodwill Telephone Co., assessed value 89o!oO 

Southern Railway Co., :!0.71 miles, assessed value 1,069 470 00 

Atlantic iV: Yadkin Railroad. 10.77 miles, assessed value 107,'676.62 

North Carolina Midland Railroad, 13.73 miles, assessed value. '.'. ','. 225J24 7<i 

Southern Express Co.. assessed value ' ' 708152 

Southern Bell Tel. & Tel. Co., assessed value .!!!!!!! 66'95l!o5 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. assessed value .... ii.V_*!M>7 

Eries Manufacturing Co., assessed value 38' 274.00 

Kernersville Telephone Co., assessed value .... 7ioo!oo 

Norfolk & Western Railway. 14. '.Hi miles, assessed value ....... 260 497.2] 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. assessed value " i'i2402 

I (osier Telephone Co., assessed value ' ° ' '210.00 

-Midway Telephone Co., assessed value . [ 255!o0 

Quaker Gap Telephone Co., assessed value "45.00 

Rural Telephone Co.. assessed value /[ .°,.l<;:; !o0 

Superior Court Terms: July 25th, for criminal cases: September' 12th 
for civil cases; October" 10th, for criminal cases; December 5th, for civil 
cases; January 31st, for criminal cases: February 14th. for civil cases* 
.March 14th. for civil cases; May 23rd, for criminal cases only. 



COl'XTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — R. E. Transou, 
Bethania. 

Sheriff— J. E. Zigler, Winston. 

Register of Deeds — Henry W. Mas- 
ten. Winston. 

Treasurer — G. L. Beck — Winston. 

Coroner — W. N. Dalton, Winston. 

Surveyor — E. D. Styers. Winston. 

Co. Supt. of Health — J. K. Pepper. 
Winston. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — W. B. Speas, 
Winston. 

Supt. of County Home — C. C. Flynt, 
Winston. 

Co. Board of Education — J. F. Grif- 
fith, Winston ; E. W. Hauser, Beth- 
ania: J. W. Pinnix, Kernersville. 

County Commissioners — D. C. Moir, 
Walkertown : J. H. Clinard, Winston. 
R. F. D. : L. B. Brickenstein, Winston- 
Salem. 

County Board of Elections — Will. T. 
Wilson (chrm.), Winston-Salem; Ceo. 
H. Hauser. Winston: M. E. Teague, 
Winston. 

Jl STICES OF THE PEACE. 

Abbotts Creek Township — John A. 
Holder. Kernersville. R. F. I).; J. II. 
Stafford. Kernersville., 

Belews Creek — R. S. Linville. Belews 
Creek: J. W. Fare. Walnut Cove; A. 
W. Preston, Belews Creek. 

Bethania — J. B. Clavton, Rural 
Hall: J. A. Simmons. 'Rural Hall; 
Jno. X. Anderson. Rural Hall; R. O. 
Butner. Bethania; C. L. Holland. 



Winston-Salem. R. F. D. 

Broad Bay— E. 1>. Heitman, Win- 
ston-Salem. R. F. I).; w. R. Romin- 
ger, Winston-Salem. R. F. I). ; J. P. 
Charles, Winston-Salem. R. F. D. 

Clemmonsville — Jno. J. McKenzie, 
Clemmonsville ; J. A. Sheek. Clem- 
monsville, R. F. D. : T. w. Griffith, 
Clemmonsville. R. F. D. ; W. II. Davis. 
Clemmonsville; Frank Cook. Clem- 
monsville. 

Kernersville — J. M. Guyer, Kerners- 
ville; Thos. B. Wilson. Kernersville; 
Jesse W. Sapp, Kernersville. 

Lewisville — M. M. Revnolds, Win- 

| ston -Salem, R. F. D. ; A. A. Stvers 

Clemmons, R. F. D. : J. H. Conrad. 

Lewisville; J. W. Warner. Lewisville. 

.Middle Fork — Chas. M. Hauser, 
Winston-Salem, R. F. D. ; E. W. Lin- 
ville. Walkertown : L. M. Discher, 
Walkertown: C. W. Jones. Walker- 
town; Geo. W. Crews. Walkertown. 

Old Richmond— W. F. Sprinkle. To- 
baccoville. 

Old Town— J. H. Miller. Jolliett : J. 
II. Shamer. Winston-Salem, R. F. 1». 
No. 7: J. E. Conrad, Winston-Salem, 
K. F. D.: S. A. James. Joilett. 

Salem Chapel — J. F. Grubbs, Ger- 
manton : .las. H. Morris. Salem 
Chapel: Fletcher Moir. Walkertown; 
.1. A. Marshall. Salem Chapel. 

South Fork — C. K. Snyder— Win- 
ston-Salem. R. F. D. : L. I. Conrad, 
j Winston-Salem, R. F. D. : Wm. A. 

i ('rouse. Winston-Salem. R. F. D. 



Strong— Conservative— Experienced. 

30 YEARS OF CONTINUOUS SUCCESSFUL BANKING. 



FORSYTH COUNTY. 



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Vienna — It. C. Lineback. Pfafftown ; 

E. W. Hauser, Pfafftown ; J. S. Con- 
rad. Pfalftown. 

Winston — J. C. Bessent. Winston- 
Salem; K. A. Jenkins, Winston-Salem: 
T. B. Douthit. Winston-Salem; H. W. 
Stanford, Winston-Salem; P. T. Leh- 
man. Winston-Salem: Z. T. Bynum, 
Winston-Salem; E. O. Curtis. Win- 
ston-Salem ; Jno. G. Young, Winston- 
Salem. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Moravian — Jas. E. Hall, Clemmons; 

F. W. Gabbs, Bethania ; E. A. Holton, 
Friedburg. 

Methodist— J. B. Tabor. Lewisville; 
J. S. Hiatt, Forsyth; H. ('. Bynum. 
Kernersville; M. H. Vestal. Walker- 
town. 

Christian — M. V. Wartier, Lewis- 
ville. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Walkertown Public Schools— II. E. 
Riggs, Principal, Walkertown. 

Clemmons School — J. E. Hall. Prin- 
cipal, Clemmonsville. 

Kernersville Public High School — J. 
W. Speas. Principal, Kernersville. 

Lewisville Public High School — M. 
K. Meadows, Principal, Lewisville. 

Bethania Public High School— J. W. 
Daniels. Principal, Bethania. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Flynt, S. F.. Rural Hall. 

Hammock, W. G., Walkertown. 

Carlton, R. L., Kernersville. 

Justice, J. F., Kernersville. 

Linville, A. Y., Walkertown. 

Dalton, W. N., Tobaccoville. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Mickle, C. F.. Pfafftown. 

Doub, J. E., & Co., Tobaccoville. 

Doub. L. Y., & Co., Tobaccoville. 

Moser, C. C. Lewisville. 

Holland, Thos.. & Co.. Lewisville. 

Lehman & Butner, Bethania. 

Davis & Allen. Clemmons. 

Doub. C. B.. Clemmons. 

Harper, A. B., Clemmons. 

Shore. W. J.. Clemmons. 

Carter & James. Jolliet. 

Hine, F. T.. Old Town. 

Spainhour & Flynn, Donnolia. 

Speas. J. W.. Donnoha. 

Ward Bros. & Reed. Donnoha. 
FLOl'R, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Kapp & Miller. Rural Hall. 

Spach Bros. (Roller Mills). Winston. 

Lehman & Butner. I Boiler Mill), 
Bethania. 

Sides, L. H. (Roller), Clemmons. 
SAW MILLS. 

Hauser. George H.. Bethania. 

Sprinkle Bros., Dosier. 

Leight Bros., Walkertown. 

Tucker Bros.. Winston. 

Gun Veneer iV. Lumber Co., Rural 
Hall. 

PCBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Carter, Miss.Lula, Belews Creek. R. 



F. D.. No. 1. 

Carter. .Miss Jessie. Belews Creek, 
It. F. D. No. 1. 

Tise. Miss Fannie. Bethania. 

Boner. Miss Blanche, Clemmons. R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Boner. Miss Artie. Clemmons. R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Holder. Miss Ora. Clemmons, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Wommack, Miss Fleta. Clemmons. 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Phillips, Miss Bessie. Clemmons. R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Sprinkle, Miss Fannie,- Clemmons. 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Warner, Miss Bessie. Clemmons. R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Mulliean, Miss Jennie. Clemmons. R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Woosley, .1. T. Clemmons. R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Davis, Pearle D., Clemmons. R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Blackburn. W. E., Clemmons. R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Nelson. J. L.. Clemmons. R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Merritt. Miss Blanche. Germanton, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Grubbs, Joe F.. Germanton, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Lowrey, Miss Annie. Kernersville. 

Shields. Miss Cora, Kernersville. 

Dean. Miss Sallie. Kernersville. 

Snyder, Miss Annie. Kernersville. 

Pinnix. J. W.. Kernersville. 

Tones. R. W.. Kernersville. 

Hi'dsecock. R. T., Kernersville. 

Bodenhamer, E .L.. Kernersville. 

Stack. D. E.. Kernersville. 

Barrow. G. II.. Kernersville. 

Teague, J. S., Kernersville. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Rominger, C. L.. Kernersville. 

Wicker. Miss Jessie, Kernersville. 

Hedgecoek, Victor R., Kernersville. 
It. F. D. No. 1. 

McKaughn, J. H., Kernersville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Crews. Miss Floss, Kernersville, R. 
F. D. No. :;. 

Sapp. Robah N.. Kernersville. R. F. 
D. No. 4. 
No. 4. 

Whicker. J. N.. Kernersville. R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Crews. E. B., Kernersville. R. F. D. 

Vance, Miss Gertrude, Kernersville. 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Luper. Miss Flossie, Lewisville. 

Craft, Miss Carrie, Lewisville. 

Whittington, Miss Elizabeth. Pfaff- 
town. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Hauser, Miss Blanche, Pfafftown. R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Pfnff, Miss Mamie, Pfafftown. R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Beroth. Miss Maud. Pfafftown. B. F. 



Invites correspondence looking to business re- 
lations on all banking lines. 



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FORSYTH COUNTY. 



n. No. 1. 

Wliitiinuhni. Mis* Marylillie, Pfaff- 
town, R. F. 1». No. 1. 

Whittington, Miss Flora. Pfafftown, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Goslen, R. W., Pfafftown, R. F. 1>. 
No. 1. 

Goslen, II. B., Pfafftown, R. F. I». 
No. 1. 

Wilson, R. w., Rural Hall. 

Simmons, .T. A., Rural Hall. 

.Miller. Miss Lillian. Rural Hall. 

Sullivan. Miss Annie. Rural Hall. 

Anderson, Miss Auuusta. Rural Hall. 

Shore, ?diss Mamie. Rural Hall. 

Ogburn, Miss Anna. Rural Hall. II. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Sullivan. Miss Florence. Rural Hall. 
R. F. D. No. I. 

Hendrix, A. B.. Tobaccoville. 

Holder, H. B., Tobaccoville. 

Holder, Miss Beulah Y., Tobacco- 
vile. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Jones, Miss Kate, Tobaccoville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Long, Miss Maud, Tobaccoville. R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Reerl. Miss Myrtle, Tobaccoville, R. 
F. F. D. 

Bumgarner, J. L. A.. Walkertown. 

Leak. Miss Daisy, Walkertown. 

Mecuiu, Miss Fannie, Walkertown. 

Blackburn, Miss Bettie. Walkertown. 

Whicker, Miss Eudora, Walkertown, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Marshall, Miss Selma, Walnut Cove, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Rogers. Miss T. II., Walnut Cove, 
R. F. I). No. 2. 

Hall, S. W.. Winston-Salem. 

Bieseeker, R. H., Winston-Salem. 

Ray. E. Z.. Winston-Salem. 

Sides. E. D.. Winston-Salem. 

Messer, F. D. L.. Winston-Salem. 

Nance. J. H.. Winston -Salem. 

Clingman, .Miss Bettie, Winston- 
Salem. 

McCuiston, Miss Annie, Winston- 
Salem. 

Pfaff. Miss Ada. Winston-Salem. 

Walker, Miss Florence. Winston- 
Salem. 

Traxler. Miss Blossom Winston- 
Salem. 

Rierson, Miss Mauuie Winston- 
Salem. 

Brower, Miss May. Winston-Salem. 

Foy, Miss Bessie. Winston-Salem. 

Robertson, Miss Nannie, Winston- 
Salem. 

Shore, Miss Claude. Winston-Salem. 

Bodenhamer, Miss Bess, Winston- 
Salem. 

Hopkins, Miss Margaret, Winston- 
Salem. 

Rominger, Miss :Glenora, Winston- 
Salem. 

Angel, Miss Daisy, Winston-Salem, 
R. F. I). No. 1. 

Alspaugh, Miss Maude. Winston- 



Salem, R. ]•'. D. No. 2. 

Norman, Miss Sarah, Winston- 
Salem, R. F. Ii. No. 2. 

Holder. (». E., Winston-Salem. R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Ziglar, Mrs J. \Y.. Winston-Salem, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Conrad. L. I., Winston-Salem. R. F. 
Ii. Xo. 2. 

Cox. Miss Annie. Winston- Salem, II. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Cline, W. I'.., Winston-Salem, It. F. 
D. No. ::. 

Eaton, Miss Louise. Winston-Salem. 
It. F. D. No. 3. 

Nance. Miss Elizabeth, Winston- 
Salem. R. F. D. No. 4. 

Miller. Miss Lillie, Winston-Salem. 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Spaugh, Miss Addie J., Winston- 
Ealem, R F. D. No. 4. 

Miller. Samuel. Winston-Salem. R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Angel, Miss Kate. Winston-Salem. 
R F. D. No. 5. 

Motsiiojer. Miss Lelia. Winston- 
Salem. R. F. D. No. 5. 

Reed. Miss Lillian, Winston-Salem, 
R. F. D. No. 0. 

Long. Miss Ida. Winston-Salem. R. 
F. D. No. 7. 

Kiger, Miss Stella. Winston-Salem, 
R. F. D. No. 7. 

Lineback, Miss Addie, Winston- 
Sab in. R. F. I>. No. 7. 

Murrav, J. W., Winston-Salem. R. 
F. D. No. 7. 

Daniel, .T W.. Bethania. 

Meadows. M. K.. Lewisville. 

Riggs, -L E.. Walkertown. 

Speas, .T. W.. Kernersville. 



WINSTON-SALEM. 

Population, 30.000; No. white po I . 
1,688; No. colored polls. 137. 

Assessed value real and personal 
property, $9,300,095. 

Estimated value real and personal 
property, $20,000,000. 

Tax Rate: SI. 00 on the $100. 

Bonded debt. $650,000. 

Floating debt. $64,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— O. B. Eaton. 

Chief of Police— J. A. Thomas. 

Treasurer — Wm. D. Jackson. 

Tax Collector — T. L. Farrow. 

Recordei — G. H. Hastings. 

Clerk Recorder's Court — W 
Penry. 

City Attorneys— Manly & Hendren. 

City Supt. Health— J. E. Dowdy. 

City Supt. Schools — W. S. Snipes. 

Postmaster — C. A. Reynolds. 

R. R. Agents — E. B. Kearns, Nor- 
folk & Western ; W. P. Reed, South- 
ern Railway. 

Express Agent — O. L. GrubbS, 
Southern Express Co. 

Telegraph Managers — Walter Tise. 



T 



THE WACHOVIA NATIONAL BANK, 

The oldest bank in the growing progressive city of 
WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
JAS. A. GRAY, Prest. E. S. GRAY, Asst. Cashier. 



FORSYTH COUNTY. 



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J. M. Martin. Postal- 
Wilson, 



Home Church), 
; (Calvary;. Ed. 
(Christ's), J 



R. 

J. 
S. 
S. Mc- 
J. K. 
B. 
D. 

A. 



Shenck, 

Lester, 
, Rev. 



Pastor. 

Pastor ; 
Garrison, 



ACADEMIES. 

S. Snipes, Super- 



Western Fnion 
Cable Co. 

Telephone Manager — E. H 
Southern Bell Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist— (Centenary), J. E. Aber- 
nethy, Pastor: (West End), W. A. 
Lambeth. Pastor: (Burkhead Institu- 
tional!, W. M. Biles. Pastor; (Grace), 
W. M. Bobbins. Pastor; (Salem), T. 
R. Wolf, Pastor; (Southside), T. 
Wolf, Pastor. 

Moravian — (The 
K. Pfohl, Pastor 
Crosland, Pastor ; 
Cuiston ; (Elm Street Chapelt 
Pfohl, Pastor; (Fairview), L. 
Lnckinbach, Pastor; (Southside), 
C. Stemple. 

Baptist — (First Church), H. 
Brown. Pastor; (Brown Memorial), 
(J. T. Limpkin. Pastor; (Southside), 
A. L. Betts, Pastor. 

Christian — G. H. C. Stoney. Pastor. 

Episcopal — Henry Teller Cocke, 
Rector. 

Lutheran — E. A. 

Catholic — Geo. 
( Fourfold Gospel) 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND 

City Schools — W. 
intendent. 

High School — Thos. W. Hume, Prin- 
cipal. 

North Winston Graded School — 
Thos. W. Cash, Principal. 

West End Graded School — Miss Lil- 
lian Jenkins. Principal. 

East Winston Graded School — Miss 
Ada Roan. Principal. 

Salem Female Academy anil Col- 
lege — Rev. H. Rond thaler. President. 

Twin-City Business College — Chas. 
L. Padgett, President. 

Tinsley Military Institute — J. W. 
Tinsley, Headmaster; W. E. Ennis, 
Commandant. 

Salem Boy's School — J. F. Brower, 
Principal. 

Slater Normal and Industrial School 
(colored) — S. G. Adkins. President. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

The Zinzendorf. 

Phoenix. 

Hotel Neal. 

Hotel Francis. 

Hotel Forsyth, C 

The Haes House. 

Gray, Mrs. 

O'Brien, Mrs. L. 

Foard. Mrs. Henrv. 

Barbara. Mrs. W. H. 

Riddle, Mrs. H. H. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Northup, W. C. 
Zimmerman & Purviance. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Wachovia Loan & Trust Co.— F. H 
Fries. President; H. F. Shaffner, Vice- 



P. S. 



C. 



President and Treasurer; Thos. Mas- 
lin, Assistant Treasurer and Secre- 
tary. 

Wachovia National Bank — Jas. A. 
Gray, President; E. S. Gray, Cashier. 

Peoples National Bank — J. W. Fries. 
President; W. A. Blair, Vice-President 
and Cashier. 

Forsyth Saving & Trust Co. (col.) — 
L. G. Adkins, President; F. M. Ken- 
ned v. Cashier. 

BAKERS. 

Winkler, Mrs. A. W. 

Pearson, S. A. 

BRICK. MANUFACTURERS. 

Byerly, R. F., Co. 

Hedgecoek & Hine. 

Snyder, S. A. 

Winston Brick & Tile Co. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Dixie Shoe Co. (Wholesale.) 

Jenkins Bros. Shoe Co. (Wholesale). 

Allen Co., The 

Brown. F. C, Sons Co. 

Daye, A., & Co. 

Duke-Phelps Co. 

Fletcher Bros. Co. 

Jones & Gentry. 

Lashmit, J. L. 

Mevers-Westbrook Co. 

Miller, B. A., & Co. 

Neely, J. A. 

Newman, J. I. 

Rosenbacker & Bro. 

Salem Dry Goods Co. 

Vaughn Bros. & Co. 

Vaugh, Russell L.. & Co. 

Wright, W. C. 

BOOK STORES. 

The Chas. E. Pless Book Co. 

Watkins, W. H., Book Store. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Hawkins, G. W. 

Mickey & Farnum. 

Miller & Poe. 

Mock. P. W. 

Murphv & Campbell. 

Richard, J .M. 

Snipes. W. F., & Co. 

Snyder. L. P. 

Hester & Apple. 

BROKERS. 

Glenn, J. A. 

Thomas, Hansell. 

Vaughn, E. D., & Co. 

Vernay, F. S. 

Mendenhall & Fry. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 

Cranford & Synder. 

Nissen, C. F., Co. 

Nissen, G. E., & Co. 

Nissen. S. J.. Co. 

Spach Brothers. 

Winston Vehicle ('<>. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Arista Mills Co. 

Maline Mills. 

Southside Mill. 

Carolina Mills. 



4% interest paid in Savings Department and on 
Certificates of Deposit.— A safe place for funds 
awaiting investment. 



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II.. Knitting Co. 



ll.'lllrs. I 

Maline .Mills. 

Shamrock .Mills. 
II. Ol K. CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Forsvth Roller .Mills. 

Southside Roller Mills. 

Wachovia .Mills. 

MAM I' At T I RING PLANTS. 

Fogle Bros. <'o. 

Hoover, K. I... & Co. 

Miller Bros. Co. 

Phillips, J. II. 

Smith-Phillips Lumher Co. 

Chatham Manufacturing Co. (Wool- 
en). 

Fries. F. & II. (Wool'en). 
CON FECTIONE R V DEALE R s . 

Hub Candy Co. 

Crystal Candy Co. 

Daye, Henry. 

Brandon, A. C. 

Side. Isam. 

Starbough, II. 

McGee, J. W. 

FRUITS AND I'RODl'CE. 

Etheridge, W. E. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Fogle Bros. Co. 

Miller. Gaston. 

Miller & Hiatt. 

( irdway, S. S., Sons & Co. 

Ange, J. F. 

Holladay & Crouse. 

Wall, J. W. & C. M. 
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Bennett & Co. 

City Fuel Co. 

Thomas, C. M.. & Co. 

Anderson. E. L. 

Citv Wood Yard. 

BOARD OF TRADE. 

H. R. Starbuck, President: R. S 
Galloway, Vice-President; J. S. Kuy- 
kendall. Secretary; Thomas Maslin 
Treasurer. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Allen Co., (The) 

Boyles Bros. Co. 

Brown, Frank C, Sons Co. 

Cranford, X. L. 

Daye. A.. & Co. 

Fletcher Bros. 

Jacobs, Joe, Clothing Co. 

McDowell iV- Rogers. 

Meyers- Westbrook Co. 

Robinson. E. 

Rosenbacher iV- Bro. 

Shapiro. A. 

Winston Clothing Co. 

Woodruff, J. M.. & Co. 

Sharpe-Modlin Co. 

Hitchcock-Trotter Co. 

Reece-Mock-Bagby Co. 

DEPARTMENT STORKS. 

Hitchcock-Trotter Co. 
Meyers-Westbrook Co. 
Rosenbacher & Brother. 
Daye, A.. & Co. 



DENTISTS. 

Apple. It. O. & T. A. 
\\ atkins, -l. * Jonrad. 
Horton. II. V. 
Horton, 1'. E. 
Jones, R. H. • 
Lee. C. O. 
Sapp, C. C. 
Blum, .1. A. 
OBACCO MT'B'S. AND DEALERS. I 
Bailey Bros. 
Bohannon, F. M. 
Brown & Williamson. 
Fliny, J. G. 
Liipfert- Scales Co. 
Ogburn Hill & Co. 
Reynolds, It. •!.. Tobacco Co. 
Taylor Brothers. 
Whitaker-Harvey Co. 

TOBACCO SUPPLIES. 
Martin. Watt. 

ERTIL1ZER DEALERS & M'F'E'S. 
Southern Chemical Co. 
Fniou Guano Co. 

DRUGGISTS. 
O'Hanlon. 
Owens Drug Co. 
Simi)son Drug Co. 
Thompson Drug Co. 
Vaughn -Crutchfleld & Co. i Whole- 
sale). 
Winston Drug Co. (Wholesale i. 
Fairview Drug Co. 
O'Hanlon. 
Owens. 
Simpson. 
Thompson. 
Southside Pharmacy. 
Jones Drug Store (col). 

DOCTORS. 
Bynum, John. 
Dalton, D. N. 
Davis. A. P. 
Davis. T. W. 
Fearrington. J. P. 
Grey, E. P. 
Jewett. R. D. 
Kapp, H. II. 

Lockett, E. A. 

Lott, H. S. 

Pfohl. s. F. 

Shaffner, J. F. 

Spainhour. E. 

Spencer. W. < K 

Summers. C. L. 

Linville, W. 

Fleming. C. 

Bahnson, H. 

Nicholson, J. 

Pepper. J. K. 

Echols. R. M. ("Osteopath i. 

Grainger, C. PI. (Osteopath'. 

Bruce. W. H. (col.) 

Christian. A. J. (col.) 

Hall. H. H. (col.) 

Jones. J. W. (col.) 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Hitchcock-Trotter Co. 

Meyers- Westbrook Co. 

Rosenbacher & Bro. 



Jr. 
II. 



C. 

J. (Vet.) 
T. 
I'. 



A DEPOSITOR DESIRES TO PIT 
IMS MONEY IN A BANK WITH 
GOOD CAPITAL AND SURPLUS. 
AND WITH A RECORD OF CON- 
SERVATIVE SUCCESSFUL MAN- 
AGEMENT. 



The Wachovia National 

Meel; these requi.ements. 



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Fletcher. J. H.. & Co. 

Dave, A., & Co. 

Sharp-Modlin Co. 

Nading, H. A. (Wholesale). 

Davis. J. N. 

1 >avis. Mrs. R. 

Hester, J. W. Co. 

A. lams, J. J., & Co. 

American Stock Co. 

Gilmer Bros. c<>. (Wholesale). 

Marler-Dalton-Gilmer Co. (Whole- 
sale). 

Misses Martin (Ladies' Furnishing 
Parlor). 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Farmer's Stock Co. 

Poindexter, H. D. 

Kress. II. X.. 5, in and 25c. Store. 
POWER AND EIGHT COMPANIES. 

Fries Manufacturing & Power Co. 

Winston-Salem Light & Fuel Co. 
(Gas). 

FLORISTS. 

Fallon Floral Co. 

Walker, G. I. 

Van Lindley, .T. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Rose. Sam. 
Marshall, John. 
< !onrad. 
Pleasant. 
Styron. T. P. 
Land. John. 
Hardman, ('has. 
Tnrne. J. H. (col.) 
PACKING HOISE AND COLD 
STORAGE. 
Swift & Co. 

Carolina Cold Storage Co. 
FOUNDRIES AND IKON WORKS. 
Salem Iron Works. 
Crawford Plumbing & Mill Supply 
Co. 

Vance. J. A.. & Co. 
Briggs, Shaffner & Co. 

II RNITl RE DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Crim-Cantrell Furniture Co. 
Huntley-Hill-Stockton Co. 
Piedmont Furniture Co. 
Rominger & Blackburn. 
Sledge Furniture Co. 
Forsyth Furniture Co. 
Oakland Manufacturing Co. 
Huntley. B .F., Co. 
Forsyth Chair Co. 
Winston Handle Co. 

GROCERS 

Wholesale. 
Horn. R. B.. & Co. 
Cromer Brothers. 
Ethridge, W. E. 
Efird Brothers. 
Hancock Grocery Co. 
Messick, A. F., Grocery Co. 
Messick. E. R. 
Norman-Moir-Dalton » !o. 
Taylor, .Tno. M. 
Vaughn & Co. 
Joyce Bros. Co. 
Jennings & Rodwell. 



Hancock Grocery Co. 

Norman & Bagby. 

Smitherman iV- Stone. 
Retail. 

Adams, J. J. 

Allen. .las. 

Banks. F. B. 

Brothers. W. J. 

Bran. T. R. 

Baynes' Mercantile Co. 

Blackburn, Wm. 

Brandon. C. T. 

Brown, O. F. 

Farmers' Stock Co. 

Farmers' Trade House. 

Grizzard, A. P. 

Grubbs & Lehman. 

Hampton, C. T. 

Hill. A. C. 

Hill. J. W. 

Hooper. T. H. 

Joyuer, J. T. 

Lloyd. J. S. 

Melcher Bros. 

Moore. It. A. 

Moser Grocery Co. 

Peoples Trade House. 
• Pfaff. S. A. 

Poindexter, H. D. 

Reid. J. .1. 

Shelton Bros. 

Smith. .Lis. C. 

Spencer, S. S. 

Vernon Grocery Co. 

White Star Co. 

Zimmerman & Co. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Brown Rogers Co. 

Fosyth Hardware Co. 

Forsyth Sporting Goods Co. 

Xortieet Hardware Co. 

Wall-Huske (Hardware and 
yies I . 

Foister Electric Co. 

HOSPITALS. 

The Twin -City Hospital. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Foltz & Spaugh. (Life.) 

Home Real Estate, Loan & 
Co. (Life). 

O'Brien, W. L. (Life). 

Wimbish, J. L. (Life). 

Todor. George C. (Life.) 

Sills. J. E. (Life.) 

Gray, E. E. (Fire). 

Bessent. J. C. (Fire). 

Home Real Estate. Loan & 
ance Company. (Fire.) 

Galloway & Jenkins (Fire). 

Wachovia Loan & Trust Co. 

Lineback, Jas. S. (Fire). 

Follin. G. S.. Co. (Fire). 

Winston Agency Co. (Fire.) 

Spaugh, H. W. (Fire). 

Johnson. C. E. (Fire). 

Money, R. H. (Fire). 

Dunn. J. S. (Fire). 

Young, J. G. (Fire). 

Walker. R. T. (Fire). 



Bug- 



Trust 



Insur- 
(Fire). 



WACHOVIA NATIONAL BANK, 



CAPITAL. $150,000.00. 
The bank's own Money 



WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 

SIRPLIS AND PROFITS, $200,000.00 

is the SAFE Security for a Depositor. 



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JEWELERS. 

Day, P. N. 

Gentry, J. A. 

Sapp, c r. 

Vogler, W. T., & Sou. 
LAUNDRIES. 

Winston Steam Laundry. 

The Zinzendorf Laundry. 

\\ ing, ('as. (Chinese.) 

Sam. ('has. (Chinese). 

Lee, Hop. (Chinese.) 

LAWYERS. 

Alexander, J. B. 

Baldwin. F. T. 

Beckerdite, II. L. 

Benbow & Hall. 

Blair. D. H. 

Blair, W. A. 

Eller, A. H. 

Glenn, R. B. 

Gray, E. E. 

Griffith, E. A. 

Grogan, J. S. 

Hartman, W. V. 

Hasting & Linville. 

Hawkins, D. D. 

Holton, A. E. 

Josey, Edwin B. 

Manly & Heudren. 

Mast, D. P. 

Montague, H. 

Palmer. Jay. 

Patterson, J. L. 

Pell, G. P. 

Sapp, H. O. 

Scroggs, Jas. 

Starbuck, H. R. 

Swink. L. M. 

Tavis, B. C. 

Watson, Buxton & Watson. 

Wilson. Wrn. T. 

Womble, B. S. 

Sams & Parham. 

Bridgers, A. R. (col.) 

Fitts. J. S. (col.) 

Lanier. J. S. (col.) 
LUMBER MT'B'S. AND DEALERS. 

Fogle Bros. Co. 

Miller Bros. 

Phillips, J. H. 

Shelton, .T. E.. Box Co. 

Sheppard. O. J. 

Smith-Phillips Lumber Co. 

Miller. Gaston. 
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS. 

Consolidated Granite Co. 

Forsyth Marble Co. 

McGalliard Granite Co. 

Winston-Salem Marble & Granite 
Works. 

Bennett. J. A. & C. E. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 

Brown-Rogers Co. 

Crawford Plumbing & Mill Supply 
Co. 

Winston Mill Supply Co. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Brown-Rogers Co. 

Clinard, W. H. 



O'Hanlon, E. W. 

Owens Drug Co. 

Phillips, J. H. 

Sink & Fansler. 

PAINTERS. 

Sink iV: Fansler. 

Fergurson, C. L. 

Martin. L. E. 

Reynolds Sign System. 

Poindexter & Curry (col.) 
P LIMBERS. 

Brickenstein. L. B. 

Crawford Plumbing & Mill Supply I 
Co. 

McSwaim, G. W. 

Winston Mill Supply & riumbing 
Co. 

Maynard & Crutchfleld. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 

Bowen, R. J„ & Co. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Twin-City Studio. 

Lineback, H. A. 

Farrell & Edwards. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 

The Barber Printery. 

King Printing Co. 

Stewart's Printing House. 

Union Republican Co. 

Womble, L. B., Printing Co 
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Dwire, George F. 

Franklin, W. E. 

Foltz & Spaugh. 

Galloway & Jenkins. 

Home Real Estate & Insurance Co. 

Montague, H. 

N. C. Rental & Collection Agency. 

Dunn. J. S. 

Follin-Hodgin Co. 

Hay. R. D. 

Hinshaw. G. W. 

Money. R. H. 

Mooney, W. L. 

Nance, B. T. 

Tice, J. C. 

Walker. R. T. 

Wade. L. A. 

Jones, C. H. 

Nance. B. T. 

TAILORS. 

Fischer & Shaffer. 

Vaughn, T. L., Jr.. & Co. (Ladies. > 

Bennett. 

Silverberg. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Huntlev-Hill-Stockton Co. 

Vogler. F. H., & Son. 

Howard Fitch Co. (Colored.1 

J. G. Lattie & Co. (Colored.) 
WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Clinard. W. H. 

Sink & Fansler. 

CLUBS. 

Elks Club. 
Eagles Club. 
Twin City Club. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Staudard. 



THE WACHOVIA NATIONAL BANK, 

The oldest Bank in the growing, progressive city of 
WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
JAS. A. GRAY, Prest. E. S. GRAY, Asst. Cashier. 



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Piedmont. 
Twin City. 
Winston. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Academy — J. H. Clewell, Editor. 

Business Guide — M. I. Stewart. Edi- 
tor. 

Daily Sentinel— H. R. Dwire, Editor. 

New Covenant — J. D. Diggs, Editor. 

Southern Tobacco Journal — G. E. 
Webb, Editor. 

Union Republican — J. B. Goslen, 
Editor. 

Wachovia-Moravian — J. H. Clewell, 
Editor. 

Winston-Salem Journal — S. H. Para- 
bee, Editor. 

BOTTLING WORKS. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Works. 

Tise. W. C, Bottling Works. 

Bennett. J. A. & C. E., Bottling 
Works. 



KERNERSVILLE. 

Population, 1909: 1,500. 

No. white polls, 152; No. colored 
polls, 28. 

Value real estate. $316,000. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — C. L. Linville. 

Treasurer — R. L. Carlton. 

Tax Collector — A. N. Linville. 

Postmaster — B. R. Bnson. 

R. R. Asent — C. R. Kerner. South- 
ern Railway. 

Express Agent — C. R. Kerner. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — O. A. Keller, Pastor. 

Methodist — H. C. Byruui. Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — W. R. Low- 
dermilk. Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Kernersville High School — J. A. 
Speas. Superintendent. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Davis Hotel. 

Willis Hotel. 

Auto Inn Hotel. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Kernersville — W. H. Men- 
denhall, President; George V. Fulp. 
Cashier. 

Forsyth Bank & Trust Co.— J. Van 
Lindley, President: .T. M. Buys. 
Cashier. 

BRICK MANl UACTURERS. 

Dillon. C. .T. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Pulp & Linville. 

Nelson & Winfree. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 



Hester 



CATTLE. 

L., & Son. 



COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Victory Hosiery Mill. 
American Hosiery Mills. 
Lowrey, W. A., & Son, Hosiery 
Mills. 



CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Pegram. W. H. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Fulp & Linville. 

COTTON GINS. 
Gentry, J. W. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Pinnix, J. M. 

DOCTORS. 

Justice, J. T. 

Carlton, R. L. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Kernersville Light & Power Co. 
FRUIT DEALERS. 

Watson, J. A. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Fulp & Linville. 

Linville, C. L., & Co. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Stuart. J. R. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Fulp & Linville. 

Kernersville Furniture Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Reeson, J. H. 

Wilborn, W. P. 

Davis. L. F.. & Son. 

Self. F. W. 

Dudley & Huffines. 

Pinnix Drug Co. 

Fulp & Linville. 

Fulton, J. G. 

Lamar. E. S. 

Linville. C. L., & Co. 

Linville. C. M. D. 

Lowrv. J. A. 

Morris & Marshall. 

Nelson & Winfree. 

Phillips. .T. R. 

Phillips & Davis. 

Ring, R. W. 

Walker & Jordan. 

Watson. J. A. 

Willis. T. J. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Kernersville Hardware Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Fulp, Georae V. 

Linville. E. M. 

LAWYERS. 

Linville. E. M. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 

Brookbank & Dillon. 

PAINTERS. 

Beard, M. O. 

Huff, E. K. 

Korme, J. G. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

The Forsyth News — P. A. Slate, Edi- 
tor. 
I XDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Linville, A. N. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Beard, M. O. 

Korme. J. G. 



Strong— Conservative— Experienced 

30 YEARS OF CONTINUOUS SUCCESSFUL BANKING. 



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FRANKLIN COUNTY. 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 



(OIXTY SKAT. LOl'ISBl'RG. 



Formed in i T T '- • . Named in honor of Banjamin Franklin. 

Area: 4ui» square miles. 

Population: 27,500. White males, 6,600; white females, 6,400; negro 
males, 6,250; negro females, 6,41)0; foreign born, I'd. 

Value of real estate, $1,982,755; vali C personal property, $3,692,856. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $6,125,364; by negroes, $389,437. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 762-3c. on the sums; roads and bridges, 4c. 

Public Roads: Worked by taxation in Louisburg Township and by bond 
i-siic in Franklinton Township. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 22.94 miles, assessed value $461.23S.06 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co., assessed value 1,21 

The Pullman Company, assessed value 2,177.56 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 2,132.73 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 7.981.20 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Company, assessed value 7.7-!-j.<hi 

Sunt hern Telephone Company, assessed value .".tin. no 

l'ostal Telegraph Cable Company, assessed value 2.302.95 

Louisburg Telegraph Company, assessed value 500.00 

Superior Court Terms: 6th Monday before 1st Monday in March; 6th 
Monday after 1st Monday in March; 2nd Monday before 1st Monday in 
September; 6th Monday after 1st Monday in September. (January, April, 
August and October.) October is civ'] term. August is criminal, 



C'OINTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — J. J. Barrow, 
Louisburg. 

Sheriff — H. C. Kearney, Louisburg. 

Register of Deeds — W. M. Boone. 
Louisburg. 

Treasurer — I*. It. Griffin, Louisburg. 

Coroner — J. A. Turner, Louisburg. 

Surveyor — J. T. Inscore, Castalia. It. 
F. I). No. 2. 

Co. Supt. of Health— R. F. Yar- 
borough, Louisburg. 

Co. supt. of Schools— R. B. White, 
Louisburg. 

Standard-Keeper — R. G., Winn, 
Louisburg, It. F. D. No. 5. 

Supt. of County Home— E. N. Wil- 
liams. Louisburg. 

Co. Board of Education— J. C. Win- 
ston. Youngsville; A. W. Perry, Louis- 
bur-. R. F. D. No. 2: II. D. Egerton, 
Laurel. 

County Commissioners — T. S. Collie, 
fchrm.), Castalia. R. F. D. No. 2; J. 
H. T'zzell. Mapleville; N. B. Young, 
Louisburg, R. F. D. No. 1; J. H. 
Cooke, Franklinton; E. M. Gupton, 
C upton. 

County Board of Eleetions — P. G. 
Alston. Louisburg; .T. B. Yarborough, 
Louisburg; W. II. Macon. Louisburg. 
JFSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Dunns Township — .T. H. Ballentine, 
Spring Hope. R. F. D. No. 2; W. H. 
Williams. Spring Hope. R. F. T>. No. 
■J: V,. F. Pearce, Spring Hope. R. F. 
I>. No. 2. 

Harris — J. B. Kins. Louisburg, R. 
F. I). No. l: J. E. Wilder, Louisburg, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 



C 



R. Tharington. 

Winston. Youngs- 

E. Nicholson, 

Morris, Franklin- 
Franklinton. 

Louis- 
Foster. 



Louis- 
: J. P 



Freemans — 
Youngsville; J 
ville. 

Franlilinton — J. 
Franklinton : E. W. 
ton : C. W. Conway 

Hayesville— R. G. Winn. 
burs. R. F. D. No. 5; It. S 
Manson, R. F. D. No. 5; K. M. Clarke. 
Kittrell, B. F. D. 

Sandy Creek — E. N. Williams, 
bur-; J. J. Cooper, Louisburg 
Pleasants, Louisburg. 

Gold Mine— W. D. Fpchurch. Cen- 
treville: Peter Collins. Centreville; A. 
S. A. Hamlet. Centreville. 

Cedar Rock— T. W. Stokes. Louis- 
burs. R. F. D. No. li: W. T. Davis, 
Castalia. R. F. D. No2. ; .1. T. Inscoe, 
Castalia, B. F. D. No. •_'. 

Cyress Creek — J. G. 

Mapleville; J. M. Sykes. 
II. A. Hines. Mapeville. 

Lovtishurg — J. B. Perrv, Louisburg; 
O. L. Ellis. Louisburg; W. E. Tucker. 
Louisburg: B. B. Massenburg, Louis- 
burs'. 

MINISTERS XOT IX TOWNS. 

Stamps. Mack, Louisburg. 

Williams. C. ('.. Mapleville B. 
No. 1. • 

Sledse. J. W.. Louisburg, E. 
No. 4. 

Duke, G. M.. Mapleville. 

Bunn. D. T.. Spring Hope. 
D. No. 2. 

SCHOOLS AM) ACADEMIES. 

Bunn High School — Prof. Martin, 
Principal, Bunn. 

Inglesirte High School — Miss F.dith 



Creeburn, 

Mapleville; 



F. D. 



F. I). 



B. F. 



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Yarborough, I'rin., Louisburg, R. F. 

D. Xo. 5. 

Mapleville Graded School — Airs. M. 

E. Milliams, I'rin.. Mapleville. 
Cedar Bock Academy — Miss Eugenia 

Boone, Prin., Castnlin, R. F. I). No. 2. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 



R. 



D. 



Floyd, R. P., Louisbur 
No. 1. 

Clark, K. M., Kittrell. 

Bobbitt, E. II.. Cedar Rock. 

Wheless, J.R., Centreville. 

Williams. .1. B., Alert. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Wood, C. <;., Woods. 

LTpchurch, W. I>.. Centreville. 

Sledge, H. M., Mapleville. 

Weathers, J. EL, & Co., Bunn. 

Rice, X.. & Co.. Margaret. 
COTTON GINS. 

Perry, J. R., & Co., .Mapleville. 

Gupton .Charles. Laurel. 

Wheeles, J. R., Centreville. 

Upchurch, W. D., Centreville. 
1LOIR, CORN AND FEED .MILLS. 

Gupton, Charles. Laurel. 
I'IBLK SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Alford. Miss 1'attie. Louisburg, R. 
F. D. Xo. 2. 

Beves, Miss Lela, Franklinton. 

Boone. Miss Eugenia. Castalia. 

Clifton. Miss Lizzie. Katesville. 

Conyers, Mrs. R. .7.. Youngsville. 

Cheatham. Miss Tazzie, Bnnn. 

Duke. Mrs. S. W.. Epsom. 

Duke, Miss Ida. Epsom. 

Davis. Miss Sallie, Louisburg, R. F. 
D. Xo. 5. 

Fuller, Miss Annie. Moulton. 

Foster. Miss Bessie. Laurel. 

Green, W. M.. Privett. 

Hines, Miss Alice. Spring Hope. It. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Hight, Miss Nan, Louisburg. 

Hicks, .Miss Maggie, Wood. 

Hayes, Miss Lily .7.. Louisburg. 

Hayes, Miss Janet. Mapleville. 

Jarman, .Miss Loulia, Louisburg, R. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Luther, Miss Mamie. Spring Hope, 
R. F. D. Xo. 3. 

Massenburg, B. I!.. Jr., Louisburg. 

Macon, .Miss Snsie. Louisburg, R. F. 
D. Xo. 5. 

Macon, 

Xo. r». 

I'innell. Miss 

Pinnell, Miss 

Poe, W. D., 

Perry, Miss 
R. F. D. No. •_». 

Ragsdale, M 
burg, R. F. D. 

Shearin. Miss 
R. F. D. Xo. 2. 

Strickland. Miss olive. Margaret, 
It. F. D. No. 1. 

Sledge, T. IB. Louisburg, It. F. D. 
Xo. 5. 

Sledge, .1 ().. Louisburg, It. F. D. 

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S. Y.. Louisburg, R. F. 



Joe, Centerville, 
Lucy, Wood. 

Bunn. 

Annie J., Franklinton, 

ITS. Rosamond, Louis- 
No. 1. 
Mary D., Louisburg, 



Xo. 4. 

Wheeless. Miss Chessie, Spring 
Hope, R. F. D. No. 2. 

I'zzle, Miss Claire, Louisburg, It. I". 
D. Xo. 4. 

Wilson, Miss Nellie, Louisburg, It. 
F. D. Xo. 5. 

Webb, Miss Lucy '1'.. Mapleville. 

Winn, Miss Gussie, Epsom. 

Roberts, Mrs. C. W., Youngsville. 

Rodgers, Mrs. Xellie. Riley. 

Clayton. Mrs. Annie S., Laurel. 

Blackwell, .Mrs. Annie, Castalia. It. 
V. D. Xo. 1. 

Floyd, Miss Hattie. Louisburg. 

Gupton, Miss Lillian. Privett. 

Brantley, Miss Nona, Bunn. 

Wiggs, Miss Lucy E., Bunn. 



Yar- 



LOUISBURG. 

Population, 1909: 2,500. 
No. polls. 292. 

Value real estate, 1525,923; 
personal property, $339,720. 
Tax Rate:. $1.30 on the $100, 
Bonded debt, $75,000. 
Pleating debt, $5,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— J. B. Yarborough. 

Chief of Police — It. C. High. 

City Clerk— B. O. Bissett. 

Treasurer — 10. S. Ford. 

Tax Collector— D. C. High. 

City Attorney— W. H. Ruffln. 

City Supt. of Health — R. F, 
borough. 

Postmaster — Mrs. Ina X. Harris. 

R. R. Agent — Jj. L. Joyner, Sea- 
board Air Line Railway. 

Express Agent — L. L. Joyner. 

Telegraph Manager — L. L. Joyner, 
Louisburg Telegraph Co. 

Telephone .Manager — Hunter Hale, 
Home Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
MINISTERS AM) CHURCHES. 

Baptist — L. W. Swope, Pastor. 

Episcopal — John London, Rector. 

Methodist— R. W. Bailey, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Loiiisliurg Graded School — W. R. 
Mills. Principal. 

Louisburg College for Women — Mrs. 
Mary D. Allen. Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Louisburg Hotel. .1. S. Lancaster, 
Proprietor. 

Bobbitt, J. H. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Houck, M. F. 

Davis, M. S. 

BANKS AND HANKERS. 

First National Bank — B. G. Allen. 
President; P. R. White, Cashier. 

Farmers & Merchants Bank — W. .7. 
Hawkins, President: T. W. Watson, 
Cashier. 

BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Fran kiln Perpetual. 



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BBICK MAMFACTIBERS. 
Houck-Ford Co. 

BOOT AM) SHOE DEALERS. 
Allen, P. S. & K. K. 
Stokes, C. T. 
Hicks, B. G. 

BOOK STORES. 
The Racket Store. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Weathers. J. W. 
Harris, E. L. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 
Louisburg Wagon Co., Geo. H. 
Cooper, President ; Ivey Allen, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer. 
Taylor, H. C. 
Hill, K. P. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Hicks, L. P. 

CONTRACTORS AND Bl ILDERS 
Houck, M. F. 

COAL DEALERS. 
Reavis. P. A. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
J. R. Collie. President; A. H. Flem- 
ing, Secretary. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Allen, P. S. & K. K. 
Wkeeles, F. W. 
Deitz, Aaron. 
Winston, J. P. 

COTTON GINS. 
Louisburg Cotton Oil Co. 
Griffin & Beasley. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
Egerton, F. N. & R. Z. 
Hall. Mrs. A. M. 

DENTISTS. 

Fleming. A. H. 
Banks. C. H. 

TOBACCO DEALERS. 

American Tobacco Co. 
Imperial Tobacco Co. 
Cheatham. C. B. 
Parham, S. J. 
Collie & Waddell. 
Meadows & Harris. 
Ford & Harris. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Beasley-Alston Drug Co. 
Pleasants, F. R. 
Scoggin Drug Co., The 

DOCTORS. 
S. P. Burt. 
Malone, J. E. 
Yarborough, R. F. 
Ellis. O. L. 
Newell. H. A. 
Cooke. F. K. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Egerton. F. N. & R. Z. 
Hall. Mrs. A. M. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 
Louisburg Electric Co. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 
Pleasants, M. C. 



Joyner, J. M. 
Hicks, L. P. 
Cooper, G. B. 
Bartholomew, W. E. 
Hicks, B. G. 
Alston Co. 

FERTILIZER DEALERS. 
Stokes, C. T. 
McKinne Bros. 
Neal. W. P., & Co. 
Allen Bros. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Uzzell, W. E. 
Perry, K. A. 
Harris, W. H. 
Joyner, Oscar. 
Kelly. Richard. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 
Louisburg Plow Co. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
White, W. E., Furniture Co. 
Hollingsworth, J. W. 
Hill. T. G. & J. D. 

GROCERS. 
Reayis. P. A. (Wholesale.) 
Barrow. W. J. (Wholesale.) 
Hicks, L. P. 
Hicks, B. G. 
Stokes, C. T. 
Alston Co. 
King, J. W. 
McKinne Bros. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
McKinne Bros. 
Hicks. L. P. - 

1NSCRANCE AGENTS. 
Allen. R. G. (Fire.) 
Bailev. Wm. (Fire.) 
Wilder. T .B. (Life and Fire.) 
Taylor, R. P. (Life.) 
Turner, J. A. (Life.) 

JEWELERS. 
Miller, D. E. 

LAWYERS. 
M.issenburg, B. B. 
Person, W. M. 
Ruffin. W. H. 
Yarborough. W. IL. Jr. 
Cooke. P. H. 
Wilder. Thos. B. 
Holden, B. T. 
White, R. B. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S AND DEALERS. 
Louisburg Lumber Co. 
Mann, W. H. 
Ford. G. W. 
Allen. T. K. 

COTTON BUYERS. 
Stokes, C. T. 
McKinne Bros. 
Person. A. W. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Hicks. L. P. 
McKinne Bros. 

PAINTERS. 
Crosson, R. R. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Howell, J. T. 
Joyner, J. M. 
Odom, E. 



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Bartholomew, W. E. 

PLUMBERS. 
Horton, L. T. 
MeKinne Bros. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Hollingsworth, J. W. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Cobb, J. S. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Franklin Times — A. P. Johnson, 
Editor. 

REAL. ESTATE AGENTS. 
Smithwiek, D. T. 
Wilder, Thomas B. 

BUILDING MATERIAL. 
MeKinne Bros. 
Hicks, L. P. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EJIBALMEBS, 
White, W. E., Furniture Co. 
Hollingsworth, ,T. W. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Gallagher, B. A. 



YOUNGSVTIiliE. 

Incorporated in 1S75. 
Population, 1909: White. 500; col- 
ored, 200; total, 700. 

Tax Rate: G6 2-3c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor— C. C. Winston. 
Postmaster — P. R. Hatch. 
Chief of Police— J. E. Winston. 
R. R. Agent — Jones Cooke, S. A. L. 
Manager Telegraph — Walter Cooke. 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Christian — Rev. Mr. Patton. Pastor. 
Methodist— F. B. Nobbitt, Pastor. 
Baptist — T. B. Justice, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Graded School — Prof. Conner, Prin. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Youngsville — J. B. Perry, 
President; W. G. Riddiok. Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Timberlake. R. E. 
Hatch. P. R. 
Dr. Vernon. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Winston-Blanks Drug Co. 
Hatch. P. R. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Perry & Patterson. 
Sjiivey & Timberlake. 
Mitchell. J. F. 
Pearce-Williams Co. 
Winston. J. W. 
Allen, J. B., Co. 
Moss, T. L. 
Moss, Miss B. A. 
Alford. M. A. 
Alford. E. T. 
Winston, H. B. 
Strickland, C. H. 
Deitz Bros. 
Pearce. S. E. & J. L. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

May. Mrs. C. B. 



LIVERY STABLES. 

Underwood, R. C. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Wilson, J. T. 
Youngsville Lumber Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Mitchell, J. W. (Fire.) 
Pearce, S. E. (Fire.) 



FRANKL.INTON. 

Incorporated in 1870. 
Population, 1909: White, 800; col- 
ored, 700; total, 1,500. 

Tax Rate: 25c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — C. W. Conway. 
Postmaster — W. P. Edwards. 
Chief of Police — A. B. Cooke. 
R. R. Agent— E. J. Cheatham, Sea- 
board Air Line. 

Manager Telegraph — E. J. Cheat- 
ham, Western Union Tel. Co. ; T. C 
Jovner, Postal. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist— W. W. Rose, Pastor. 
Baptist — G. B. Harrill, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Franklinton Graded School — E. E 
Sams, Principal . 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Citizens Bank — E. J. Cheatham, 
President; W. F. Joyner, Cashier; G. 
L. Cooke, Assistant Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Harris, J. H. 
Henderson. R. B. 
Winston. A. R. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Crescent Drug Co. 
Jovner, T. C. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
McGhee-Joyner Co. 
Whedbee & Morris. 
Williams, S. C. 
Kearney, I. H. 
Pearce, H. E. 
Cooke, B. F.. Furniture Co. 
Ballard. B. W., Co. 
Pruitt, R. A. 
Ward, D. T. 
Nowell, J. W. 
Byrum. W. H. 
Franklin Grocery Co. 
Best, Mrs. D. G. 

MILLINERY. 
Henlev. Mrs. M. C. 
Britt. Mrs. S. S. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Speed, R. A. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Speed. R. A. 
I. H. Kearney. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Sterling Cotton Mills. 

DENTISTS. 
Ford. S. C. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Joyner & Cooke. 

LAWYERS. 
White, R. B. 



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GASTON COUNTY. 



GASTON COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, DALLAS. 



Former] In 1S47. Named in honor of Hon. Wm. Gaston. 

Area, 346 square miles. 

Population. 10,000. White males. 17,000; white females, 16,350; negro 
males, 3,250; negro females. 3,250; foreign born, 100. 

Value of real estate. $«5.<>01,24<i : value of personal property, $2.00'.).. M 7. 

Property listed iu 1909 by whites, $9,040,115; by negroes, $170,648. 

No. of Schools: For whites. 68; for negroes, 31. 

Tax Kate: County purposes. S', 2-::<\ on the S100; roads and bridges, -■><■. 

County bonded debt, $300,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 600. Worked by Taxation. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlanta >x Charlotte Air Line, 23.00 miles, assessed value $756,692.66 

Seaboard Air Line Railroad Co., 17.50 miles, assessed value 351,859.90 

Southern Bell Tel. & Tel. Co., assessed value 264.00 

The Pullman Company, assessed value 3,873.46 

Southern Express Co., assessed value rj..j.j."i.ss 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 17,582.66 

Piedmont Telephone & Telegraph Co., assessed value 23,195.00 

Carolina & Northwestern Railway, 19.26 miles, assessed value... 178,130.70 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co., assessed value 9,161.60 

Southern Power Co.. assessed value 23,470.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 3,539.00 

superior Court Terms— 28th February; 23rd May; 12th September; 21st 
November. 



N. 


Glenn, 


P. 


Hall, 


C. 


Craig, 


N. 


Boyce, 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — C. C. Cornwell. 
Dallas. 

Sheriff' — Thos. E. Shuford, Dallas. 

Register of Deeds — A. J. Smith, 
Dallas. 

Treasurei — J. M. Shuford, Dallas. 

Coroner — G. R. Rhyne. Dallas. 

Surveyor — C. A. Black. Bessemer 
City. 

Co. Sunt, of Health — L. 
Gastonia. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — F. 
Belmont. 

Supt. of County Home — C. 
Dallas. 

Co. Board of Education — S. 
Gastonia; .1. H. Rudisill, Cherryville; 
II. A. Rhyne, Mt. Holly. 

Co. Commissioners — John F. Bee- 
per, (ehrm.l, Belmont; A. R. Anders, 
Gastonia-; O. <J. Falls. Kings Moun- 
tain: J. C. Puett, Dallas; E. L. Pe- 
gram, Stanley. 

County Board of Elections — S. M. 
Robinson, Lowell: S. N. Boyce. Gas- 
tonia; L. L. Jenkins. Gastonia. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Dallas Township— A. P. H. Rhyne, 
Dallas: M. D. Friday. Worth; .7. L. 
Hoover. Ah-xis. 

Crowclers Mountain — H. D. George, 
Bessemer City; H. W. Clarke. Besse- 
mer City ; R. F. Coble, Bessemer City ; 
S. E. Foy. Bessemer City : J. T. R. 
Dameron, Bessemer City; -T. H. Wil- 
kins. Bessemer City: C. A. Thornburg, 
Bessemer City; J. R. Carson. Bessemer 
Citi : W. S. Mauney, Kings Mountain; 



Sparrow, 
No. 1. 

Senter, J 

( lochran, 

Lindsay, 
SCHOOLS AM) 

Limvood College 
Lindsay. Principal. 



G. A.. Lowell. R. F 



M.. Worth. 
J. B., Lowell. 
A. T.. Gastonia. 

ACADEMIES. 
(Female) — A. 
Gastonia. 



D. 



T. 



PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Patrick, G. R.. Lowell. 
Stewart. Dr.. Mountain Island. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Ford, W. T.. Lowell. 
Farnsforth, W. E.. Cherryville. 
Tuckasee.aee Manufacturing Co. 
Minis Manufacturing Co., Mt. Holly. 



(). G. Falls, Kings Mountain. 

Cherryville — Jacob Kiser. Bessemer 
City; N. B. Kendrick, Cherryville; S. 
L. Kiser. Cherryville: J. B. Houser. 
Cherryville; C. S. Eaker, Cherryville: 
A. H. IIuss. Cherryville; A. F. Henry, 
Cherryville; R. R. Mauney, Cherry- 
ville. 

Gastonia — Thos. H. White. Gastonia : 
W. Meek Adams. Gastonia; Wm. ('.. 
Rhyne. Gastonia; John F. Bradley, 
Gastonia; S. S. Morris. Gastonia; Wm. 
A. Falls. Gastonia; H. L. Moore. Gas- 
tonia : J. R. Dellinger, Gastonia; 

River Bend — W. G. R titled ge. Stan- 
ley; Jacob Jenkins. Stanley: W. B. 
Ruthledge, Mt. Holly: E. O. Davis. 
Mt. Holly; W. C. Cansler, Mt. Holly. 

South Point — J. R. Henderson, I. F. 
Mabry, Lowell; Lee A. Ford. Lowell: 
G. B. Stowe. Belmont; R.'M. Gaston, 
Belmont. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 



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Mountain Island Co. 

Stroup, A. A., Mt. Holly. 

Farrar Bros.. Mt. Holly. 

Mcintosh. N. A., Mt. Holly. 

Crier, D. D., Gastonia. 

COTTON GINS. 

Belmont Ginning Co., Lewis & 
Leeper, Belmont. 

Humphrey, J. F., Dallas. 

Model Ginning Co., Cherryville. 

Grier, D. D.. Gastonia. 

Gastonia Oil Mills. 

White & Ormond, Bessemer City. 

Carpenter, J. S., Bessemer City. 

Black & Sons. Bessemer City. 

Carpenter, O. D.. Worth. 

Stanley Ginning Co., Stanley. 

Lowell Ginning' Co. 

Ford Ginning Co., Lowell. 
FLOCK, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Rhyue. Moser, Dallas. 

Lewis & Lewis, Lowell. 

White & Ormand, Bessemer City. 
SAW .MILLS. 

Lewis & Leeper. Belmont. 

Robinson, K. Z., Belmont. 

Rumfelt, W. H.. Belmont. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Johnson, D. C, Bessemer City. 

Biggerstaff, Miss Buena, Bessemer 
City. 

Falls. Miss Ruby, Gastonia. 

Black. Miss. Kings Mountain. 

Miller. Miss Rob. Kings Mountain. 

Summey, Miss Hester, Cherryville. 

Caldwell, Jesse, Cherryville. 

McCoy, Augustus. Cherryville. 

Brown, Miss Fannie, Kings Moun- 
tain. 

Rutledge, J. II.. Dallas. 

Black, Miss. Bessemer City. 

Harrelson, Miss Lucye. Cherryville. 

Crawford. Miss Bryte. Gastouia. 

Ramsey. Miss Ada. Lincolnton. 

Lindsay, S. <!.. Dallas. 

Cloninger, Forest. Dallas. 

Costlier, Miss Bessie. Dallas. 

Rhyne. W. R.. High Shoals. 

Finger. Carl. Stanley. 

Lineberger, Miss Lida, Worth. 

Lineberger, Miss Etta, Iron Stat',. hi. 

Abernethy. Mrs. Ida. Alexis. 

Wray, .1. S.. Gastonia. 

Nolen, Miss Laura, Lowell. 

Shannon. .1. <;.. Gastonia. 

MeGill, Miss. Gastouia. 

Pursely, Miss Zuba, Gastonia. 

Carson. Miss Florence. Gastonia. 

Gamble, Miss Maggie. Bessemer 
City. 

Rhyne, Mr.. Gastonia. 

Carson. Miss Sallie. Gastonia. 

Robinson, Miss Euphemia, Gas- 
tonia. 

Falls, Miss Sunie. Gastonia. 

Bradley, Mr., Lowell. 

Porter. Miss Zoe. Gastonia. 

Rhyne, O. P.. Stanley. 

Hoover, Miss Effie, Dallas. 

Herman, Miss Ola. Lowell. 



Henson, J. B., Mt. Holly. 
Ruthledge, W. B.. Mt. Holly. 
Brown, Miss Sulye, Iron Station. 
Morris, Miss Bessie, Stanley. 
Henderson, Miss Pearl, Lowell. 
Edwards, Miss Fannie, Stanley. 
King, Miss. Stanley. 
Potts. Miss Ada, Belmont. 
Pharr, W. W., Belmont. 
McKeowu. Miss Laura, Stanley. 
McArver, Miss Ferrye, Gastouia. 
Ramsenr. J. II.. McAdenville. 
Patrick, Miss Ethel. Lowell. 
Lineberger, Clarence, Lowell. 
Lindsay, Miss Eliza, Gastonia. 
Gates, Miss Sadye. Lowell. 
Cathey. Miss Mattie. Belmont. 
Stowe, Mrs. Maggie. Lowell. 



DALLAS. 

Incorporated in 1871. 
Population. 1009: White. Slid; col- 
ored, 300; total. 1.100. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty, $15X1,000. 

Tax Rate: 33 l-3c. on the $100. 
Mayor — J. P. Hoffman. 
Postmaster — G. It. Rhyne. 
R. R. Agent — Mr. Caldwell, Carolina 
& North Western. 

Manager Telegraph — Mr. Caldwell. 

MINISTERS AND CHCRCHES. 
Presbyterian — C. Miller, Pastor. 
Baptist — No pastor. 
Methodist — P.. Wilson. Pastor. 
Lutheran — P. D. Reseuger. Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Dallas Graded School — A. G. Lind- 
say, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Dallas — L. L. Jenkins. 
President ; M. A. Carpenter. Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
J. H. 
S. T. 
DRUGGISTS. 
Summey Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Ford ha m, R. O. 
Rhvne. A. P. H. 
Holland. A. R. 
Hoffman. J. P. 
Lewis. J. R. 
Frown, Green. 
Jarrett. C. .1. 
Humphrey. J. F. 
HOTELS AND BOAKDING HOUSES. 
Hoffman Hotel. 
White Hotel. 
Rhvne. J. F. 
Mason. Mrs. F. L. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Rhyne, J. F. 
Lohr. G. V. 
Hartsoe. J. A. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Monarch Cotton Mills. 
Morowebb Cotton Mills. 
Dallas Cotton Mills. 



Jenkins. 
Will; ins. 



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Dallas Lumber Co. 



GASTONIA. 

Incorporated in 1877. 

Population, 1909: 10,000. 

No. white polls, 639; No. colored 
polls, 100. 

Value real estate, $1,311,479; value 
i .< rsonal property, $631,366. 

Tax Kate: .$1.40 on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $180,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Thomas L. Craig. 

Chief of Police — J. W. Carroll. 

City Clerk— Jno. R. Rankin. 

Treasurer — John O. Rankin. 

Tax Collector— J. W. Carroll. 

City Attorney — George W. Wilson. 

City Supt. of Health— McG. Anders. 

Postmaster — B. G. Bradley. 

B. R. Agent — D. A. Rippy, Southern 
Railway Co., and Carolina & North- 
western Railway Co. 

Express Agent — C. M. Nolen. 

Telegraph Managers — T. M. Brock- 
man, Western Union Telegraph Co.; 
T. P. Lewis, Postal Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— W. H. Reddish, J. J. Beach, 
Pastors. 

Episcopal — W. H. Hardin, Rector. 

Lutheran — John Hall, Pastor, 

Methodist— J. C. Harmon, G. D. 
Herman, Harry Smith. Pastors. 

Methodist (Northern)— R. C. Penel, 
Pastor. 

Presbyterian — R. C. Anderson. A. S. 
Anderson, Pastors. 

Catholic — Father James, O. S. B. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Graded School — Joe S. Wray. Supt 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Falls House. 

Hotel Gaston. 

Allgood, Mrs. D. P. 

Pegram, F. T. 

Henry, Mrs. W. S. 

Thomas, J. B. 

Blake, Mrs. C. V. 

Adams. John H. 

Bine, Miss B. L. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Hampton. M. L. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

First National Bank — L. L. Jenkins, 
President ; S. N. Boyce, Cashier. 

Citizens National Bank — R. P. Ran- 
kin, President ; A. G. Myers. Cashier. 

Gaston Loan & Trust Co. — J. Lee 
Robinson, President; E. G. McLurd, 
Cashier. 

BAKERS. 

Todd's Steam Bakery. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Suacs, J. T. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Robinson Shoe Co. 



BOOK STORES. 

Gastonia Book Store. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS. IX 
CATTLE. 

Hanna, J. N. 
Davis, W. N. 
Boyd, C. W. 
McLean, R. C. 
Sanders, J. A. D. 
Howe, W. M. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 
Gastonia Mutual. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
Craig & Wilson. 
Coffey, J. H. 

CLUBS. 
Gastonia Commercial Club. 
COTTON AND HOSIERY MILL.s. 
Modeua Cotton Mills. Nos. 1. 2 & 3. 
Trenton Cotton Mills. Nos. 1 & 2. 
Avon Mills. 

Gastonia Cotton Mfg. Co., Nos. 1 & 2. 
Ozark Mills. 
Flint Mfg. Co. 
Loray Cotton Mills. 
Gray Mfg. Co. 
Arlington Cotton Mills. 
Dun Mfg. Co. 
Clara Mfg. Co. 
Holland Mfg. Co. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALEK>. 
Trakas, C. J. 
Norman, Jim. 
Knuckles*, (ieorge. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
McAlister. J. E. 
Fite, R. L. 
Grigg, C. L. 
Glenn & Oakley. 
Crowder, C. M. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Gastonia Ice & Coal Co. 
Kerr. L. H. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 

FURNISHERS. 
Swann- Slater Co. 
Brawley Clothing Co., The 
Schnider. H. 

COTTON GINS. 
Gastonia Cotton Oil Co. 
Henrv & Bradley. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
Morris Bros. 
Relk. J. M.. Co. 
Thompson Mercantile Co. 
Dellinger, W. H. 
Gastonia Bargain House. 
Baltimore Racket. 

DENTISTS. 
Hoffman, W. H. 
Falls. P. R. 
McConnell. D. E. 
Wilkins. T. A. 
Glenn, E. F. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Frost Torrence & Co. 
Kennedy. J. H.. & Co. 
Adams Drug Co. 



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Abernethev-Shields Drug Co. 
DOCTORS. 

Sloan, J. M. 

Keid, R. M. 

Glenn, L. N. 

Glenn, H. P. 

Wilson, F. G. 

Eddleman, H. M. 

Anders, McG. 

Stovall, A. 

Adams, C. E. 

Garrison, D. A. 

Patrick, Lyttle Neal. 

DRV GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

McArthur, S. E. 

Hanna, D. B. 

Ford Bros. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Southern Power Co. 

Spencer Mountain Power Co. 

Gastonia Public Works. ( Water and 
light plant owned by the town.) 
FRUIT DEALERS. 

Killiam, W. L. C, & Son. 

Trakas, C. J., & Co. 
FERTILIZER M'F'R'S & DEALERS. 

Craig & Wilson. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Gastonia Iron Works. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Gastonia Furniture Co. 

Williams Furniture Co. 

Rankin Furniture Co. 
GROCERS. 

Albion Grocery Co. 

Johnson, J. Flem, & Co. 

Barkley, F. D., & Co. 

Shuford Co., The 

HARD.WARE DEALERS. 

Gastonia Hardware Co. 

Standard Hardware Co. 

Eureka Hardware Co. 
HOSPITALS. 

City Hospital Co. 

Gaston Hospital. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Knight, W. B. (Life.) 

Talby, E. G. (Life.) 

Moore, J. H. (Life.) 

Fayssoux. T. M. (Life.) 

Piquet. Henry. (Life.) 

Wingate, H. G. (Life.) 

Kendrick. Jim. (Life.) 

Rankin. W. T. (Fire.) 

McLurd, E. G. (Fire.) 

Parker & Pegram (Fire.) 

Lewis. William H. (Fire.) ■ 

Whiteware, J. (Fire.) 

JEWELERS. 

Torrence-Morris Co. 

Wolfe Bros. 

LAUNDRIES. 

Snowflake Steam Laundry. 
LAWYERS. 

Mangum, A. G. 

Wilson, George W. 

Holland. C. D. 



Jones & Timberlake. 
Garland, P. W., Jr. 
Lewis, Win. H. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 
Henry & Bradley. 
Page Co., The 

MARBLE WORKS. 
White, W. M. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Gaston Plaster Co. (Wood fibre.) 
Coffey, J. H. (Wagons.) 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Standard Oil Co. 
Frost, Torreuee & Co. 
Gastonia Hardware Co. 
Standard Hardware Co. 
PAINTERS. 
Smith, J. I), 
(iwen, M. C. 
Barnes, F. A. 
Barnwell, S. B. 
Smith, Wm. E. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Johnson, J. Flem, & Co. 
Killiam, W. L. C, & Son. 

PLUMBERS. 
Torrence Bros. 
Gastonia Plumbing Co. 
PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Kirby, A. J.. & Co. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Green, J. I. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Loftin & Co. 
Gazette Publishing Co. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Gastonia Gazette — E. D. Atkins, Ed- 
itor. 

Gastonia News — Hugh Long. Ed- 
itor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Gastonia Insurance & Realty Co. 
Haithcock. George E. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Page Co.. The 
Beal, J. L.. & Co. 
Henry & Bradley. 

TAILORS. 
Padgett," R. T. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Ford Undertaking Co. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Shelton. E. L. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Frost. Torrence & Co. 



CHERRYVlLTiE. 

Incorporated in 1889. 

Population. 100!), 2.200. No. white 
polls. 190; No. colored noils, ri. 

Value real estate. $351,087; value per- 
sonal property, $161,753. 

Tax Rate. 55c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— A. H. HllSS. 

Chief of Police — G. Lee Beam. 

City Clerk— M. L. Mauney. 

Treasurer — M. L. Mauney. 



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GASTON COUNTY. 



Tax Collector — G. Lee Beam. 

City Attorney — I). P. Dellinger. 

City sui>t. of Health — \V. H. Houser. 

Postmaster— D. S. Thornburg. 

U.K. Agent — 10. C. Browne, Sea- 
board Air Line. 

Express Agent — E. C. Browne. 

Telegraph Manager — \Y. 1!. May, 
Western Union. 

Telephone Managei — Sydney Del- 
linger, Piedmont Telephone Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — C. T. Tew. Pastor. 

Lutheran — .1 . ( '. Deitz, Pastor. 

Methodist— M. P. Clegg, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — Rev. Mr. Miller, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AM) ACADEMIES. 
I Cherry ville Graded School — J. W. 
st rowsell, Principa" 



HOTELS AM) BOARDING HOUSES. 

Cherryville Commercial Hotel. 
ARCHITECTS. 

Summit, I>. L. S. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

First National Bank — S. S. Mauney, 
President; M. I.. Mauney, Cashier. 
BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Cherryville Brick Co. 
Kendrick Bros. 

BOOT AND SHOP: DEALERS. 
Rudisill, .1. H.. & Co. 
Kendrick Merchandise Co. 
Mauney. S. S. , 

Cherryville Manufacturing Co. 
Gaston Manufacturing Co. 
Howell. H. W. 
Houser & Wyatt. 

BOOK STORES. 
Mauney, S. S. 
Bl TCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 
Cherryville Meat Market. 
Beam, J. L., & Co. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR MT'K'S. 
Neill, .r. S. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
Gaston Manufacturing Co. 
Cherryville Manufacturing Co. 
Vivian Cotton Mills. 
Melville Manufacturing Co. 
Howell Manufacturing Co. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Stunner, T. E. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Kendick Bros. 
Strbnp. C. 1'. & Pro. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Rudisill. .7. H.. & Co. 
Kendrick Mercantile Co. 
Manney. S. S. 

COTTON GINS. 
St roup. C. P., & Bro. 
.Model Ginning Co. 

DKNTISTS. 

Morrison. It. .1. 

DOCTORS. 
Howell. A. W. 



Houser. W. H. 
Falls, B. F. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Rudisill, J. H.. & Co. 
Mauney, S. S. 
Gaston Manufacturing Co. 
Howell. A. W. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 
Southern Power Co. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
Beam, P. C. 
Craft, M. L. 
FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Summner, T. E. 
FOCNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Houser. .1. B. 
Gardner & Aderholdt. 

IT RNTTI RE DEALERS. 
Howell. A. W. 
Mauney. S. S. 
Kendrick Mercantile Co. 

GROCERS. 
Houser. A. L. 
Black. C. H. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Cherryville Hardware Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Dellinger, I). P. iFire and Life.) 
Mauney, M. I,. iFire and Life.) 

JEWELERS. 
Houser, O. .T. 

LAWYERS. 
Dellinger, I). P. 
LIMBER MT'K'S, AND DEALERS. 
Stroup, C. P.. & Pro. 
Gardner & Aderholdt. 
St v res. AY. J. T. 

PAINTERS. 
Younj;'. Robert. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Carpenter, M. 
Houser. A. L. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Eagle Printing Co. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Dellinger, I). P. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Manney. S. S. 
I NDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Mauney, S. S. 
Kindrick Bros. 



$100. 



McADKXVILLE. 

Population, 1909: Fit". 

No. white polls. 150. 

Tax Rate: 33 l-3c. on the 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — G. F. Wright. 

Chief of Poliee — S. P.. Brymer. 

City Clerk— J. II. Wagstaff. 

Treasurer — .1. A. Anderson. 

Tax Colleetor — S. B. Brymer. 

Postmastei — G. W. Rumfelt. 

R. R. Agent — J. L. Thompson, 
Southern Railway Co. 

Express Agent — .1. L. Thompson. 

Telegraph Manager — Mr. Holmes. 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 



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Telephone Managers — It. B. Babing- 
ton, Gastonia. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — J. H. Vepperman, Pastor. 
Methodist — It. S. Howie. Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
McAelenville Village School — J. H. 
Ramseur, Prin. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Reid. Mrs. .T. P,. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
Cataho Store Co. 
Reid, J. R. 
Stafford & Roberts. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Mabry, J. F. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
The McAden Mills. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Rumfelt, G. W. 
Hoke. J. F. 
Cataba Store Co. 
Reid. J. R. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
The McAden Mills. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Reid. J. R. 
Cataba Store Co. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Taylor Drug Co.. The 

DOCTORS. 
Taylor, G. W. 
Anderson. J. A. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 
Rnmfelt, G. W. 
Mabry. J. F. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Mabry, J. F. 
Hendricks. C. S. 

GROCERS. 
Cataba Store Co. 
Reid, .T. R. 
Stafford & Roberts. 
Craig, W. B. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
The McAden Mills. (Yarns and 
cloth.) 



STANLEY. 

Incorporated in 1S70. 

Population. 1000: 000. 

Value real estate. $400,000; value per- 
sonal property. $500,000. 

Tax Rate: .Tic. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

"Mayor — W. G. Rutledsre. 

Postmaster — J. L. Shelton. 

Chief of Police — J. D. Ballard. 

R. R. Agent— A. C. Taylor. Seaboard 
Air Line Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — A. C. Taylor, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— P>. Wilson. Pastor. 
Baptist — I. C. Newton, Pastor. 



Presbyterian — S. L. Cathey, Pastor. 

Lutheran — J. F. Deal. Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Stanley High School— P. O. Rhyiic. 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Farmers & Merchants Bank — W. Tj. 
Jenkins. President; J. M. Reinhardt, 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Hunter, M. C. 

Quickel, T. C. 

Hoffman, M. E. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Carpenter. 15. F. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

It titled jre-Thompson Co. 

Moore. C. C. & Co. 

Carpenter. B. F. 

Bost, E. W. 

Stanley Mercantile Co. 

Smith.' L. L. 

Rankin, .T. A. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 

Peterson. M. B. 

Rankin. J. A. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Rankin. J. A. 

Richards. J. B. 

Smith. L. F. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Stanley Creek Cotton Mills. 

Picker Stick Factory. E. L. Pegram, 
Proprietor. 

Smith & Pegram. (Gin and saw 
mill.) 



HARDEN'S MILLS. 
Population, 350. 

Value real estate. $t: ".0.000; value per- 
sonal property, sr.o.000. 

Postmaster — O. D. Carpenter. 
R. R. Agent — 0. D. Carpenter. As- 
sistant A lien t. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Lutheran — Rev. Mr. Risinger, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Public School — Miss Lineberger, 
Teacher. 

DOCTORS. 
Dr. Smith. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Harden Mfg. Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS 
Harden Mfff. Co. fCotton mill, flour 
mill, saw mill, cotton gin.) 



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MT. HOLLY. 

Incorporated in 1SS0. 
Tax Rate: 50c. on the $100 and $1 
on poll. 

TOWN OFFICER'S. 

Mayor — H. A. Ithyne. 
Postmaster — It. M. Jenkins. 
Chief of Police— .1. W. Patterson. 
R. r. Agent— J. T. Welch. Seaboard 



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Air Line. 

Manager Telegraph — J. 
Western 1'nion. 
.MINISTERS 

Lutheran — -W. 

Methodist— J. 

Baptist— D. E 

Presbyterian— 



T. Welch. 

AND CHURCHES. 

J. linger, Pastor. 
A. Bowles. Pastor. 
Vipperman, Pastor. 
S. L. Cat hey, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Mt. Holly Graded School — J. B. Hen- 
sun, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 



A. 



(' 



Rlivno, 
hier. 



Mount Holly Bank— H 
President; J. A. Costlier 
DOCTORS. 
Stewart. .7. J. 
Rhyne. R. E. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Holland Drug Co. 

GENERAL, MERCHANDISE. 

Cannon-Torrence Co. 
Hutchison & Davenport. 
Farror Bros. 
Tucker & Springs. 
Howard. H. A. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Central Hotel. 
Riverview Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

T. A. 

A. J. 

COTTON MILLS. 

Albion Cotton Mills Co. 
Mt. Holly Cot Ion .Mills Co. 
Woodlawn Mfg. Co. 
Xives Mfg. Co. 
Mountain Island Mfg. Co. 
Tuckaseege Mfg. Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Holland, J. W.. & Co. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS 
Mt. Holly. 

COTTON GINS. 
Mt. Holly Cotton Gin Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
II. .Hand Ice Co. 



Dunn, 
West, 



LOWELL.. 

Population, 1909: White, S00; col- 
ored, 200; total, 1,000. 

Value real estate, $300,000. 

Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100 and 00c. 
on poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayoi — P. W. Hand. 

Postmaster — M. A. Teague. 

Chief of Police — R. H. Mingus. 

R. R. Agent — .7. L. Thompson, 
Southern Railway. 

Managers Telegraph — W. H. Holmes, 
P. A. Titman, Western Union Tel. Co. 



MINISTERS AM) CHURCHES. 
Presbyterian- -R. A. Miller, Pastor. 
Methodist — M. I>. Hix. Pastor. 
Baptist — Rev. Mr. Newton, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMICS. 

Lowell High School-— Clarence Line- 
herger, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Robinson. Prank. 
Reid, .7. W. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Robinson Co., The 

LAWYERS. 
Miller. R. A.. Jr. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Lowell Mercantile Co. 
Teague. M. A.. Co. 
Leonhardt, A. It. 
Nipper, C. W. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Leonhardt, B. P. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Mite hem. D. W. 
Hammett, J. I. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Lowell Cotton Mill, Nos. 1 & 2. 
Peerless Mfg. Co. 
Lowell Bottling Works. 

SAW MILLS. 

Smith. Mr. 



BESSEMER CITY. 

Incorporated in 1S91. 

Population, 1909: White, 1,200; col- 
ored. 400: total, 1,600. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty, $211,703. 

Tax Rate: 40c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayoi — R. H. Garren. 

Postmaster — .7. P. Chandler. 

Chief of Police — R. R. Rollins. 

R. R. Agent — J. O. Ross, Southern 
Railway Co. 

Manager Telegraph — .7. It. Bell. 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — S. S. Oliver. Pastor. 

A. R. P.— E. P. Griffith, Pastor. 

Baptist — .7. J. Beach. Pastor. 

Lutheran — John Hull. Pastor. 

Episcopal — W. H. Harden, Rector. 

Methodist — J. F. Armstrong, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — T. Williams, 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Bessemer City Graded School — 7>. C. 
Johnson, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bessemer City Bank — 7j. 7v. Jenkins, 
President; John J. Orman, Cashier. 



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DOCTORS. 

Rowe, H. E. 
Garren, R. H. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Detlier, E. E. 
Garrison, H. N. 

(1ENEKAL MERCHANDISE. 

Bessemer Mercantile Co. 
Harrison & Dether. 
Saber, K. J. 
Kennedy, T. A. 
Kennedy, R. C. 
Mauney, C. B. 
Rudiers & Dixon. 
.Mitchell, C. A. 
Dewyn, David. 
Fromberger & Co. 
Hendrick, A. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Williams, Mrs. Sue. 
Swift, Mrs. George. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Tate & Dameron. 
Swift. Will. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Osage Cotton Mills. 
Huss, C. J.. Mfg. Co. (Cotton.) 
Mascot Cotton Mills. 
Smith Milling Co. 
Acron Cotton Mills. 

SAW MILLS. 

Black, Chester. 

LAWYERS. 

Durham, S. J. 
Whiting, C. E. 



BELMONT. 

Incorporated in 1905. 

Population. 1900: White, 1.400; col- 
ored, 100; total. 1.500. 

Value real estate. 8700.000; value 
personal property, $100,000. 

Tax Rate: 20c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — A. K. Hembree. 

Postmaster — J. W. Armstrong. 

Chief of Police — H. C. Tray wick. 

R. R. Agent — A. K. Hembree, South- 
ern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — D. B. Stowe, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — R. A. Miller. Pastor. 

Baptist — Rev. Mr. Austin, Pastor. 

COLLEGES. 

St. Mary's College Faculty. 

RT. REV. LEO HAID, O. S. C, l». 
D., President. Moral Theology and 
Sacred Eloquence. 

V. REV. F. FELIX, O. S. !:., 1). D. 
Dogmatic Theology, Mental Philoso- 
phy, Canon Law, Evidences of Reli- 
gion, Latin, Liturgy. 

V. REV. F. MELCHOTR, O. S. B. 



First Commercial. 

REV. F. WILLIBALD, O. S. B. 
Third Classical. 

REV. F. IGNATIUS. O. S. B. Fourth 
Classical and Brass -Instruments. 

REV. F. THOMAS. O. S. B.. Vice- 
President. Second Classical, Church 
Historv, Sacred Scriptures. 

REV. F. AUGUSTINE, O. S. P.. 
Third Commercial, Mathematics. Third 
Classical. 

REV. F. EUGENE, O. S. B. Second 
Commercial. 

REV. F. JAMES, O. S. B. Prof. 
Latin, Greek, Philosophy, Physics. 

REV. F. ALPHONSE, O. S. B. Eng- 
lish of Third Commercial, Typewrit- 
ing, Painting. 

REV. F. WILLIAM. O. S. B. Fifth 
Classical. 

REV. F. MICHAEL, O. S. B. Me- 
chanical and Architectural Drawing. 
Algebra. Geometry, English of First 
Commercial. 

FB. RAPHAEL, O. S. B. Phono- 
graphy. 

FR. FRANCIS, O. S. B. Music. 

FR. THEODORE, O. S. B. German. 

FR. PHILIP, O. S. B. Chemistry, 
Curator of Museum. 

FR. BONIFACE. O. S. B. German. 

FR. HENRY. O. S. B. German. 
Latin. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Belmont — R. L. Stowe, 
Piesident: W. B. Puett. Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Davis. W. W. 

Orr, N. A. 

Hall, P. B. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Belmont Drug Co., R. B. Suggs, 
Proprietor. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Stowe Bros. Co. 
Lemons. J. B. 
Stowe. .T. P.. & Co. 
Sanders, J. C. 
Armstrong, J. W. 
McKee. G. L. 
Harris Bros. 
Stowe, W. R. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Belmont Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Stafford, F. L. 

COTTON MILLS. 
The Chronicle Mills. 
Imperial Yarn Mills. Inc. 
Majestic Mfg. Co. 

SAW MILLS. 
Lewis & Leeper. 

COTTON GINS. 
Lewis & Leeper. 



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GATES COUNTY. 



GATES COUNTY. 

COUNTY SKAT. C.ATKSVILLE. 



Formed in 177'.». Named in honor of General Horatio Gates. 

Area: 360 square miles. 

Population: 19,413. White males, 2,825 ; white females, 2,784 : neg 
males. 2,246; negro females. 2..V>s ; foreign born. 4. 

Value of real estate. $1,171,910; value of personal propertv, $718,172. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites. $1,699,896; by negroes, $190,186. 

No. of Schools: For whites. 31; for negroes, 23. 

Tax Rate: County purposes. 23 2-3c. on the $100; special. 10c. Conn 
bonded debt, $6,650. 

Public Roads: No. miles. 4(«>. Worked under old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 14. S4 miles, assessed value 84:;.°!. 74.") 

Norfolk iV Southern Railway. 20.80 miles, assessed value 207.002 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 3,313 

Southern Railway Rolling Stork, assessed value 22.199 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 4.422 

North State Telephone Co., assessed value 1,233 

Albemarle Steam Navigation Co., assessed value 1.800 

Superior Court Terms: 5th -Monday after the 1st Monday in March a 
September of each year. 



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OFFICERS. 

Court— W. T. Cross. 



COINTV 

Clerk of the 
i fatesville. 

Sheriff — .1. A. Brown, Gatesville. 

Register of Deeds — Martin Kellog, 
Gatesville. 

Treasure] — II. W. Gatling, Gates. 

Coroner — George C. Brooks, Sun- 
bury. 

Surveyor — W. F. Eason, 

Co. Supt. of Health— W. 
Gates. 

Co. Supt. 
Jr.. Gates. 

Supt. of 
B. Riddick 



of Schools— T. 



Gatesville. 
O. P. Lee, 

W. Costen. 

-Mrs. Mary 



Vivian : 
W. H. 



County Home 
Gatesville. 
Co. Board of Education — John S. 
Felton. Sarem : I!. W. Simpson. Trot- 
vine; T .E. Hofler, Gatesville. 

County Commissioners — T A. 
Pearce. (chrm.). Drum Hill: W. R. 
Cowper. Gatesville; L. A. Rountree, 
Acorn. 

Countv Board of Elections — John 
G. Cross. Gatesville; T. E. Hofler, 
Gatesville: Kindred Parker. Eure. 
JUSTICES OE THE PEACE. 

Gatesville Township — John B. Wal- 
ton. Gatesville: B. F. Willev. Gates- 
ville; S. J. Hayes. Drum Hill; J. S. 
Whedbee, Drum Hill; C. M. Lawrence. 
Gates. 

Hall— T. A. Eure. Eure: K. R. Car- 
ter. Eure: H. W. Han-ell. Eure: J. 
T. Ranks. Eure: J. R. Brown. Eure: 
R. C. Cowper. Gates. 

Reynoldson — John J. Gatling, Gates; 
E. S. A. Ellenor. Gates; E. L. Smith. 
Gates; W. A. Pittman, Gates: G. D. 
Gatling, Roduco. 

Hasletts — W. E. Cross. Drum Hill : 
E. J. Freeman. Drum Hill : W. M. 
Matthews. Drum Hill. 

Holly Grove — George C. Brooks. 



Sunbury ; C. M. Manning'. Sunbury; 
C. P. Jones. Corapeake: J. R. Las- 
siter. Corapeake: C. W. Jones. Cora- 
peake; W. C. Vann. Corapeake. 

Hunters Mills — R. W. Simpson. 
Trotville; J. W. Overman. Trotville; 
Llewellvn Spivev. Willow; C. W. 
Hill. Bosley. 

Mintonsville— W. A. Ellis 
G. T. Bunch. Hobbsvnle; 
Speight. Trotville. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Roberts. J. M.. Sunbury. 

Robinson. B. P.. Gates. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Sunbury School — J. R. McLendon. 
Principal. Sunbury. 

Reynoldson School— Mrs. T. W. 
Casterprin. Principal, Cates. 

Hobbsville School— W. A. Sykes. 
Principal. Hobbsville. 

Drum Hill School— Mrs. Sallie Ed- 
wards Trice. Principal. Drum Hill. 

Middle Swamp School — Miss Ellen 
Wynne. Principal. Drum Hill. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Lee. W. O. P.. Gates. 

Smith. R. C. Gates. 

Carbell, E. F.. Sunbury. 

Brooks. George C. Sunbury. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Harrell. M. D.. & Co.. Eure. 

Harrell & Rowles, Eure. 
R. C Eure. 



Felton. 
Gatling, 

Parker. 
Harrell. 
Parker. 
Parker. 

Wilkins. 



G. 
C. 
D. 
J. 
L. 

W 



D. 
C. 

S.. 

w.. 
w. 

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. Roduco. 
Roduco. 
Topsy. 
Sarem. 
, Gates. 
. Gates. 



Langston & Lawrence. Gates. 

A. M. Jenkins. Gates. 

Matthews. W. T... & Co.. Drum Hill. 

Kins. E. L.. Drum Hill. 



GATES COUNTY. 



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Pearce, T. A.. Drum Hill. 
Winborne & Co.. Drum Hill. 
Mathias, H. E.. Drum Hill. 
SaTage, C. <'.. Corapeake. 
Jones, C. W., Corapeake. 
Brinkley, .1. .1.. Corapeake. 
Pearce, T. M., Corapeake. 
Beaman, E. F„ Corapeake. 
Rountree, L. M.. Corapeake. 
Copeland, C. F., Sunbury. 
Pierce, I .1'.. Sunbury. 
.Miles. .7. A'.. Sunbury. 
Benton, H. C, Sunbury. 
Corbitt, J. E., & Co., Sunbury. 
Rountree, L. A.. Acorn. 
Ward & Son, Bosley. 
Hofler, S. W., & Co.. I'.csley. 
Speight, W. H.. Trotville. 
Hollowell, D... & Co.. Selwin. 
Hathaway & Rountree, Hobbsville. 
Ward. Orlando. Hobbsville. 
Hudgins, A. S., Willow. 
Williams, H. C, Vivian. 
Merchants Mills Co.. Merchants 
Mills. 

Parker. J. II.. Merchants Mills. 
Lawrence, C. M.. < Sates. 

COTTOX (ilXS. 
Cowper, Riddick & Co., Gatesville. 
.lohnson, A. M., Elite. 
Lawrence. C. M., Gates. 
Willey, J. P., Gates. 
Parker. L. W.. Gates. 
Eure, M. A.. Corapeake. 
Benton, H. C, Sunbury. 
Cross & Co.. Sunbury. 
Blanchard & Rountree, Willow. 
Whedbee. J. S.. Drum Hill. 
FI-OIR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Merchant Mills Co.. Merchant Mills. 
Story Bros., Eure. 
Cross & Co.. Sunbury. 
Taylor, W. H., Eure. 
Lilley, J. M.. Gatesville. 
SAW MILLS. 

Denton. H. C, Sunbury. 

Cross & Co., Sunbury. 

Storv Bros., Eure. 

Merchant Mills Co., Merchant Mills. 

PFBLIC SCIIOOl TEACHERS. 

Williams, It. P.. Catesville. 
Brown, Mrs. J. A., Gatesville. 
Outland, R. W.. Gatesville. 
Walton, Miss Lizzie, Catesville. 
Walton. Miss Margaret, Gatesville. 
McLendon, J. R., Sunbury. 
Moring, Miss Lelia, Sunbury. 
Harreil. Miss Augusta, Sunbury. 
Edwards. Miss Edith. Sunbury. 
Barnes, Miss Mamie, Sunbury. 
Brown. Miss Minnie, Sunbury. 
Benton, Miss Lucille, Sunbury. 
Lassiter, Miss Bessie, Corapeake. 
Lassiter, Miss Judith, Corapeake. 
Franklin. Miss Lizzie, Corapeake. 
Morgan, .Miss Lucy Lee, Corapeake. 
I I.i riel 1. Miss Bertie, Eure. 
Harreil. Miss Oma, Eure. 



Banks. Miss Ma (lie. Eure. 
Eure, Mrs. Mollie, Eure. 
Eason, Miss Lizzie. Eure. 
Costen, Mrs. T. W.. Jr.. Gates. 
Lawrence. Miss Mabel. Gates. 
Ilines. Miss Velma, Gates. 
Carroll, Miss Gretchen, (iates. 
Williams. Aliss Lizzie. Gates. 
Williams. Miss Marv. Gates. 
White, Miss Mattie, Hobbsville. 
White, Miss Lizzie. Hobbsville. 
Sykes. W. A.. Hobbsville. 
Kitchin, Miss Gertrude, Hobbsville. 
.Tones. Miss Louise. Bosley. 
Jones. Miss Alvah. Drum Hill. 
Edwards. Miss Sallie. Drum Hill. 
Catling, Miss Maidee. (iates. 
Morgan, Mrs. J. L. Corapeake. 

GATESVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1*77. 

Population. 1909: White. 260; col- 
ored, 10; total. 800. 

Value real estate. $45,000; value 
personal property. $95,650. 

Tax Rate:. 20c. on the $100'. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — John It. Walker. 
Postmaster — J. H. Hofler. 
Chief of Police — Tonie Felton. 

MINISTERS AND CHFRCHES. 
Baptist — T. L. Brown. Pastor. 
Methodist— W. H. Brown. 
Episcopal — John B. Gibbs, Rector, 
Windsor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Gatesville Higrh School— R. E. Wil- 
liams, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Gates— L. L. Smith. Presi- 
dent; Robert R. Taylor. Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Williams. George D. 

DRI GGISTS. 
Roberts, A. R. 

GENERAL M ERCHANDISE. 

Riddick, R. M. 
Black & Cohen. 
Hofler, J. L. 

Cowper. R. B. G., & Son. 
Haves, W. R. 
Riddick, Willis. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING IIOISES. 
Hayes. W. R. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Hofler. J. L. 
Riddick. L. C. 
Hayes, W. R. 

MANFFACTl KING PLANTS. 
Trotman. Q. H. 



GRAHAM COUNTY. 



GRAHAM COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, ROBBINSVILLE. 



Formed in 1N72. Named in honor of W. A. Craham. 

Area: 302 square miles. 

Population: 6.000. Indian population, 100. 

Value of real estate, $867,063; value of personal property. $310,879. 

Property listed in 1000 by whites, $1,157. 1ST; by Indians, $20,755. 

No. of Schools: For whites. 25; for Indians. 1. 

Tax Bate: County purposes. 23 2-3c. on the $100; mails and bridges, 
25 l-3c. County bonded debt $3,000. 

Public Roads: Worked by free labor. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 
Snow Bird Valley Railroad, 6.00 miles, assessed value $7,813.33 

Superior Court Terms : 21st March ; 5th September. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— Earl P. Tatham, 
Robbiusville. 

Sheriff— 13. P. Grant, Robbiusville. 

Register of Deeds — Robt. B. Slaugh- 
ter, Robbinsville. 

Treasurer — J. D. Orr, Millsaps. 

Coroner — S. F. Howell, Yellow 
Creek. 

Surveyor — James Crisp, Johnson. 

Co. Supt. of Health— M. T. Maxwell, 
Robbiusville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — T. A. Carpen- 
ter, Cheoah. 

Co. Board of Education — B. P. Har- 
wood, Cheoah; J. M. Edwards. 
Stecoah; M. T. Maxwell, Robbiusville. 

County Commissioners — B. M. Orr, 
(chrm.), Millsaps; \\'. J. Caringer, 
Yellow Creek; \Y. P. Robinson. Tus- 
keegee. 

County Board of Elections — N. <1. 
Phillips, Robbiusville; T. A. Carpen- 
ter, Cheoah ; N. S. Crisp, Stecoah. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Cheoah Township — N. G. Phillips. 
Robbinsville; B. L. C. Tull, Robbins- 
ville; W. H. Eller, Robbinsville. 

Stecoah — D. A. Taylor, Brock; G. H. 
Garland, Tuskeegee; M. A. Crisp, 
Stecoah; P. G. Green, Stecoah. 

Yellow Creek — J. II. Dituicic, Yel- 
low Creek; K. M. Grant, Yellow 
Creek; R. L. Wilson. Johnson. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Jordan, S., Robbinsville. 

Wiggins, J. A., Robbinsville. 

Slaughter, G. W., Robbinsville. 

Orr. G. W., Millsaps. 

Robinson, W. P., Tuskeegee. 

Green, P. G., Stecoah. 

Crisp, S. M., Japan. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Brock. George F., Brock. 

Howell, S. F., Yellow Creek. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Millsaps, N. E., Millsaps. 

Shuler & Orr, Johnson. 

Rogers, T. L., Cheoah. 



Brooks, J. E., 
Hill, Charley. 
Parker, D. W., 
Golden, J. D., 
Crisp, Joel L., 



Yellow Creek. 
Sauteetlah. 
Tuskeegee. 
Tuskeegee. 
Stecoah. 



'■JILLS. 



Creek. 
Andrews. 



Kanawha Hardwood Co., Snowbird. 
Edwards, J. C, Japan. 
"W est & Campbell, Tulula. 
Mortt, C. D.. Japan. 
FLOUR, COKj AND FEED 
ELarwood, P. P.. Cheoah. 
Hyde. J. A., Robbinsville. 
Wiggins, P. A., Robbinsville. 
Rogers. T. L., Cheoah. 
SAW MILLS. 
McMullen. W. H.. Yellow 
Kanawha Hardwood Co., 
Whiting Mfg. Co., Japan. 
Slaughter & Cody, Cheoah. 
Slaughter, J. P., Robbiusville. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Moody, J. H., Robbinsville. 
Slaughter, Miss Belle. Robbinsville. 
Crisp, M. T., Robbinsville. 
Rogers. W. N., Robbinsville. 
Hyde, J. A., Robbinsville. 
Mauney, Miss Winnie, Robbinsville. 
Sherrill. Miss Hettie, Robbinsville. 
Crisp. U: C, Robbinsville. 
Amnions. Miss Lela, Robbinsville. 
Rogers, Miss Maggie, Cheoah. 
Harwood, Lee, Cheoah. 
Harwood, Miss Olia, Cheoah. 
Harwood, Miss Rena, Cheoah. 
Philips, Miss Rilla, Millsaps. 
Phillips, Miss Lilly, Millsaps. 
Rogers, Miss Martha, Millsaps. 
Brooks. Miss Cynthia, Andrews. 
Johnson, F. A., Stecoah. 
Crisp, W. F., Stecoah. 
Jenkins, R. P., Stecoah. 
Holder. H .F., Brock. 
Cable, Miss Cordelia, Tuskeegee. 
Owen, Miss Hester, Whittier. 
Crisp, Mrs. Olie, Japan. 
Crisp, Miss Lutie, Cheoah. 



ROBBINSVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1S91. 
Population. 1909, 150. 



GRAHAM— GRANVILLE. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor— N. C. Christopher. 
Postmaster — N. C. Christopher. 
Chief of Police— Bart Snyder. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Presbyterian — F. M. Eversole, Pas- 
tor. 
Methodist— A. F. Foster, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Robhinsville Academy — F. M. Ever- 
sole, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Maxwell, M. T. 
Stewart, C. A. 



DRUGGISTS. 

Maxwell & Stewart. 

GENERAL, MERCHANDISE. 

Walker. G. B. 
Grant & Brooks. 
Christopher, N. C. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Mauney, W. F. 
Slaughter, Mrs. Amanda. 

LAWYERS. 

Philips, Robert L. 
Moody, J. N. 
Raby, A. D. 



GRANVILLE COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, OXFORD. 



Formed in 1740. Named in honor of Lord John Carteret, Earl of Gran- 
ville, Grant from Charles II. 

Area: 750 square miles. 

Population: 23,203. White males, 5,631;; white females, 5,743; negro 
males, 5,901; negro females, 5,9S0 ; foreign born, 5. 

Value of real estate, $2,005,612 ; value of personal property, $2,120,200. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $1,250,090; by negroes, $369,777. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 54; for negroes, 44. 

Tax Rate: Count y purposes, 55e. ou the $100. 

County bonded debt, $12,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 700. Worked by free, convict and hired labor. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Granville Telephone Company, assessed value $ 1,500.00 

Southern Railway Company, 43.80 miles, assessed value 1,276,032.55 

Atlantic & Danville Railway, 2.20 miles, assessed value 22,000.00 

North & South Carolina Railway, 3.73 miles, assessed value... 11,190.00 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co.. assessed value 11,407.00 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 22.36 miles, assessed value 449,576.42 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 0.905.81 

Southside Telephone Company, assessed value 2,220.00 

Western Union Telephone Company, assessed value 4,453.95 

Oxford & Coast Line Railroad. 4.51 miles, assessed value. 29,550.00 

The Pullman Company, assessed value 370.50 

Superior Court Terms: February 7th; May 2nd; August 1st; Novem- 
ber 21st. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— J. G. Shotwell, 
Oxford. 

Sheriff— Sam M. Wheeler, Oxford. 

Register of Deeds — Jas. B. Powell, 
Oxford. 

Treasurer— W. T. Lyon, Oxford. 

Coroner — Roy M. Currin, Oxford. 

Co. Supt. of Health— Samuel D. 
Booth. Oxford. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— Fred Webb, 
Oxford. 

Supt. of Co. Home— W. S. Daniel, 
Oxford. 

Co. Board of Education — J. A. Mor- 
ris, Oxford; T. .T. Currin, Oxford; F. 
P.. Meadows, Oxford. R. F. D. No. 1. 

County Commissioners — Robert W. 
Lassiter, (chrm.1, Oxford, R. F. D. ; 
Ralph Currin, Oxford, 11. F. D. : 



A. 
J. 



, Thos L. Cannady, Oxford, R. F. D. ; 
W. P. Wilkinson. Oxford. R. F. D. ; 
L. T. Williford, Oxford, R. F. D. 

County Board of Elections — W. 
Devin, Oxford ; T. Lanier, Oxford 
T. Cozart, Oxford, R. F. D. No. 3. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
Walnut Grove Township — W. P. 
Slaughter, Berea; B. F. Hester, Ox- 
ford, R. F. D. No. 1; B. F. Dean. Ox- 
ford. R. F. I). No. 4; ,T. B. Adcock, 
Moriah. R. F. D. No. 1 ; M. S. Sat- 
terwhite, Oxford, R. F. D. No. 4. 

Oak Hill— D. T. Winston. Virgilina, 
Va., R. F. D. No. 2; L. S. Roystcr, 
Virgilina, Va. ; J. N. Watkins, Vir- 
gilina, Va., R. F. D. No. 2; R. I. 
Mulchi, Virgilina, Va., R. F. D. No. 
2; J. W. Wilborn, Virgilina, Va., K. 

i F. D. No. 2. 



TAYLOR-CANNADY BUGGY CO. 

BUGGIES MANUFACTURED IN OXFORD, N. C, SOLD THROUGHOUT 

THE SOUTH BY DEALERS. 
ATTRACTIVE CATALOG FOR THE ASKING. 



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GRANVILLE I'lHXTV, 



Sassafras Fork !. T. Green, Oxford, 
K. F. D. No. o; S. .!. run-in. Stovall; 
i;. A. Norwood, Bullock; Wilkins 
Stovall, StOTall : W. B. Boyster, Bul- 
lock. 

Salem B. I. Breedlove, Oxford, it. 
F. !>. No. ."» ; E. A. lluni. oxford. It. 
F. 1>. No. 5; B. O. Smith. Oxford. 1c. 
1". D. No. 7: A. s. Green, Oxford, K. 
F. 1». No. 5. 

Oxford— W. T. Lyon. Oxford: T. N. 
Burwell, oxford; C. li. Cheatham, ox- 
ford. E. F. D. No. 3; 11. F. Cole. Ox- 
ford: D. C. Hunt, oxford: Thomas 1 >. 
Waller, Oxford; S. V. Ellis, Oxford. 

Fishing Creek— E. C. Harris, Ox- 
ford, R. F. D. No. 3; Thomas <;. Tay- 
lor, oxford. It. F. D. No. •_' : C. R. 
Gordon, Oxford, R. F. D. No. _• : A. 
P. Overton, Franklinton, !t. F. i >. No. 
1; J. R. Renn, oxford. It. F. I». No. 
(1: L. T. Buchanan, Oxford. 

Brassfieltl — E. .1. Jenkins. Wilton : 
W. P. White. Sr.. Franklinton, It. F. 

D. No. 1; G. L. Allen. Creedinoore, It. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Dutchville — J. L. Peed, Creedmore; 
R. G. Stem. Hosier. R. F. I). No. 1 : 

E. B. Cozart, Stem. R. F. J). No. l ; 
ley. Stem. It. F. D. No. 1 : M. L. 

Tally Ho — W. B. Horner. Hargrove; 
Coley, Northside, B. F. 1>. No. 1. 
L. L. Crews, Tar River: J. B. Mayes, 
Stem; W. S. Gooch, Stem: .1. P. Can- 
nady, Oxford. It. F. D. No. 1. 

MINISTERS NOT IX TOWNS. 

Hester. W. S.. Salem. 
SCHOOLS VXD ACADEMIES. 

Creedmoor Hiffh School — J. A. 
Pitts. Principal, Creedmoor. 

Stem High School -M. S. Giles, 
Principal. Stem. 

Knap of Reeds High School— W. H. 
Mizelle. Principal. Lyons. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IX TOWNS. 

Boyster, Thomas. Stovall. 

Taylor. William, Stovall. 

Morris. J. A., Oxford. 

Sanderford, J. F., Creedmoor. 

Hardee. P. It., Stem. 

Meadows. E. I!.. Culhreth. 

Lawrence, T. I!.. Wilton. 
MERCHANTS NOT IX TOWNS. 

Russell & Russell, Berea. 

Rohards, C. J., stem, it. F. D. No. 1. 

( looch, \Y. S.. Stem. 

Pitts. (!. O.. Clay. 

Allen. J. D., Hargrove. 

Gooch, .T. II. . Stem. 

Gregory, B. T.. Stovall. 

Rcyster, J. A.. & Son. Bullock. 

Green, W. II.. Dexter. 

Lyon. S. C, Creedmoor. 

Wagstaff & Co., Creedmoor. 

Fleming, A. G., Northside. 



Harris, I. 11.. Oxford. 

( 'annady. T. L.. Wilton. 

Peace. A. S.. Oxford. 

Brovi ii. i (scar, < >xford. 

Daniel, Sid. Oxford. 

Newton Bros., P.erea. 

Puckett, It. C, Stovall. 

Sizemore Bros., Oxford. 

Cannady, Nat, Wilton. 

( looch Pros.. Wilton. 

Evans. S. M.. Oak Hill. 

Evans, .1. II.. Satterwhite. 

Wright, J. W„ Cornwall. 

Whit field Bros., Wilton. 

Pruitt, W. <:.. Oxford. It. F. I>. No. 1. 

COTTON GINS. 
Cannady. Wyatt E., Wilton. 
Parham Ginning Co., Oxford. 
Fa ucel t, Nat. Wilton. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

'Pool, Miss Sophia. Oxford. It. F. I'. 
No. :;. 

Renn, Aliss Mary, Oxford, It. F. 1). 
No. (i. 

Bryan, Miss Annie. Oxford. 

Cannady, Miss Minnie, Oxford. It. 
F. 1). No. (i. 

Washington, Miss Ettie, Oxford. It. 
F. D. No. 0. 

Overton, Miss Dora, Oxford, It. F. 
D No. G. 

Mason. Miss Lena. Oxford, It. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Jones. Miss Mabel, Oxford. It. F. 
1). No. 1. 

Bowling, Miss Corine, oxford. It. I". 
D. No. 1. 

Latta, Miss Huldah, Oxford. It. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Phipps, Miss Cora. Oxford, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Roller, Miss Hallie, Oxford, R. F. 
D. No. I. 

Wood. Miss Addie. Oxford. It. F. 
I). No. 1. 

Daniel, Miss Sarah. Oxford, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Taylor, Miss Oza, Oxford, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Daniel. Miss Bailey, Oxford. It. F. 
D. No. 7. 

Eakes. Miss Etta. Oxford. R. F. D. 
No. 7. 

Gates, Miss Mamie. Oxford. XI. F. 
D. No. 7. 

Webb. Miss Mary, Oxford, R. F. 
D. No. 7. 

Grav, Miss Ethel, Oxford. R. F. D. 
No. .-.. 

Fuller. Miss Carrie. Oxford. R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Breedlove, Miss Ethel. Oxford. It. 
F. D. No. •"». 

Breedlove. Miss May. Oxford, R. F. 



UYLOR-CANNADY BUGGY CO. 

BUGGIES MANUFACTURED IN OXFORD, N. C, SOLD THROKillOIT 

THE SOUTH P,V DEALERS. 
ATTRACTIVE CATALOG FOR THE ASKING. 



GRANVILLE COUNTY. 



D. No. 5. 
Sails, Miss 

D. No. 5. 

Bouton, Miss 

D. No. 3. 
Aiken. Miss 

It. No. 2. 
Daniel, Jean 
Aiken. Miss 

D. No. 2. 
Minor. Miss 
Blalock. Mrs 

D. No. 1. 
Carrington, 

F. D. No. 3. 
Bryan, Mrs 
Smith, Miss 
Jones, Miss 
Cash, Miss 



Helen, Oxford, K. 

Lelia, Oxford, R. 

Lueile, Oxford, R. 

Oxford, R. P. D. No 
Alberta, Oxford, R. 

Daisie. Oxford. 

. Mamie, Oxford, R. 



Mrs 



N. M.. Oxford, R. 



Lelia. Tar River. 

Grizzelle, Tar River. 

Lucy. Hester. 
Naomie. Hester. 



Hardy. Miss Ruth. Hester. 

Pendleton, Miss Yergie, Hester. 

Hardy, Miss Mary. Creednioor. 

Markham, Miss Lena. Creednioor. 

Peace, Miss Emma, Creednioor. 

York, Miss Iola. Creednioor. 

Lane. Miss Ivie. Creednioor. 

Jenkins. Miss Ora. Creednioor. 

Pitts, J. A.. Creednioor. 

Allen, Mrs. Hazel. Creednioor. 

Holmes, Miss Ethel, Northside. 

Thomas, Miss Willie Lee, Northside. 

Brooks, Miss Sallie. Northside. 

Clayton, Miss Alma. Lyons. 

Falls, Miss Janie. Lyons. 

Hundley, Miss Katie Lee. Lyons. 

Mizelle, AY. H.. Lyons. 
. Giles, M. S., Stem. 

Booth, Miss Henrietta. Stem. 
I Jones, Miss Hallie. Stem. 
I Mangum, Miss Bessie. Stem. 

Clayton. Miss Janie. Stem. 

Clement. Miss Annie. Hargrove. 

Allen, Miss Willie. Hargrove. 

Shotwell. Miss Annie. Berea. 

Adcock, Miss Allie. Berea. 

Criteher. Miss Susie. Berea. 

Risgs, Miss Mattie. Moriah. 

Adeock, Miss Nannie. Moriah. 

Garner. Miss Mamie. Youngsville. 

Jackson. Miss Annie. Grissom. 

Webb, Miss Ruth. Franklinton. 

Mitchell, Mrs. Alphonzo, Franklin- 
ten. 

Howell, W. S.. Kittrell. 

Clement. Miss Ella. Stovall. 

Minor, Miss Lillian. Stovall. 

Floyd, Miss Jewel, Bullock. 

Boyd, Miss Sue. Bullock. 

Yancey, Miss Cattie, Virgilina, 

Pattillo. Miss Lnlian. Virgilina, 

Royster. Miss Lula. Yirgilina, Va. 

Callis. Miss Mabel. Nelson. Va. 



Ya. 
Va. 



OXFORD. 

Population. 1900, 4.500: No. white 
polls. 263; colored polls, 134. 



Value real estate, $620,450; value 
personal property, $835,224. 

Tax Rate: $1.00 on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $80,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — D. G. Brummitt. 

Chief of Police — Luther Roberts. 

City Clerk— R. B. Hines. 

Treasurer — J. F. Royster. 

Tax Collector — J. F. Royster. 

Standard-Keeper — Joe Baird. 

City Attorney — D. G. Brummitt. 

Postmaster — J. W. Brown. 

R. R. Agent — S. H. Brown. South- 
ern Railway ; R. M. Osborn, Seaboard 
Air Line. 

Express Agent — Frank C. Spencer. 

Telegraph Manager — Frank C. 
Spencer, Western Union. 

Telephone Manager — W. D. Reeves. 
Home Tel. & Tel. Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — A. B. Dunnaway. R .11. 
Marsh, J. A. Stradley. R. I. Devin. 

Episcopal— F. H. T. Harsfleld. Pas- 
tor. 

Methodist — L. 
Shamburger, A. 

Presbyterian — 



F. M. 



S. Massey. 
S. Barnes. 

-Geo. B. Thompson. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Horner Military School — J. C. Hor- 
ner, Principal. 

Oxford Seminary — F. P. Hobgood, 
President. 

Oxford Graded Schools— J. R. Con- 
ley, Superintendent. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Exchange Hotel. 
Ingold Hotel. 
Landis, Mrs. 

Cufrin, Mrs. Henrietta Ella. 
Hunt. Mrs. D. C. 
Gooch, Mrs. 

ARCHITECTS. 
Minor, R. M. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Granville— E. T. White. 
President: Thornton Yancey. Cashier. 
First National Bank — R. W. Lassi- 
ter, President; W. H. Hunt, Cashier. 

Oxford Savings Bank — H. G. Cooper. 
President ; W. T. Yancey. Cashier. 
BAKERS. 
Sizemore Bros. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Robinson, B. 

BOOK STORES. 
Hall. J. G. 

Hamilton. R. S.. Drug Co. 
Sizemore Bros. 
BUTCHERS AND *DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Turner Bros. 
Slaughter, S. L. 
Ridly, E .H. 
Moss. Willis. 



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THE SOUTH BY DEALERS. 
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GRANVILLE COUNTY. 



CARRIAGE DKALKRS OK MT'E'S. 

Oxford Buggy Co. 

Taylor-Cannady Buggy Co. 

Horner Bros. Co. 

Bullock iV Crenshaw. 
CLUBS. 

Granville Commercial Club. 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Horner Bros. Co. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Oxford Cotton Mills. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Dames, L. A. 

Sizemore Bros. 

Hall, J. G. 
COAL AND WOOD DKALKRS. 

Oxford Manufacturing- Co. 

Oxford Ice Company. 

Burwell, F. M. 

S. C. Averett. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Long, Blalock & Haskins. 

Landis & Eaton. 

Perkinson & Green. 

Crenshaw. E. H., Co. 

Cohen & Son. 

Brooks, J. D. 

Horner Bros. Co. 

COTTON GINS. 

Parhain Ginning' Co. 

DENTISTS. 

Davis. I. H. 

Henderson. L. V. 

Fort, C. D. H. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Stedman, J. P. 

Granville Drug Co. 

Hall. J. G. 

Hamilton, R. L.. Drug Co. 
DOCTORS. 

Booth. T. L. 

Hays, B. K. 

Coggeshall, G. A. 

Booth. S. D. ■ 

Watkins, G. S. 

Cannady, S. H. 

Taylor, L. C. 

Sails. A. 

Booker, J. W. H. (col.) 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Oxford Water & Electric Co. 
FRUIT DEALERS. 

Dames, L. A. 

Sizemore Bros. 

Taylor Bros. 

Hall. J. G. 

Thomas, L. 

Breedlctve & McFarland. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'RS. 

Horner Bros. Co. 

Bullock & Mitchell. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Tavlor Bros. 

Slaughter, S. L. 

Turner Bros. 



FURNITURE. DEALERS. 

Wood. J. Robert. 
Llpchurch Bros. 

<;rockrs. 

White. .1. F., Co. i Wholesale). ■ 

HARDWARE DKALKRS. 
Landis. C. H. 
Medford, J. J. 
Baird & Ohamldee. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Granville Real Estate Co. (Life and 
Fire). 

Boiler. .1. B., & Son iFire). 
White. .7. F. H. (Life). 
Fuller & Lyon (Fire). 

JEWELERS. 
Oxford Jewelry Co. 

LAWYERS. 
Royster, B. S. 
Hicks. A. A. 
Graham iV Devi! . 
Stem &- Brummitt. 
Lanier. T. 
Lassiter. Ben. K. 
LIMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 
Kay. C. D. 
Turner, L. B. 
Cannady. W. E. 
Granville Lumber Co. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
Edwards, J. F. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Oxford Cotton Mills. 
Taylor-Cannady Buggy Co. 
Oxford Buggy Co. 
King Buggy Co. 

Harris-Glenn Body Co. (Buggy 
Bodies). 

oxford Wheel Co. (Buggy Wheels). 
Oxford Furniture Co. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Landis. C. H. 
Baird & Chamblee. 

PAINTERS. 
Patterson, .T. T". 
Longmire. B. A. 
Eatman. H. H. 

PRODICE DEALERS. 
Medford. .T. J. (Wholesale). 

PLUMBERS. 
Sta rues & McKinsey. 
Montgomery. P. H., & Co. 
PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Brinkley. .T. D. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Britl Printery. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Orphans' Friend — John Nichols. Ed- 
itor. 

Oxford Public Ledser— F. M. & \V. 
M. Finniw. Editors. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Granville Beal State & Trust Co. 
Granville Lumber Co. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Turner, L. B. 



TAYLOR-CANNADY BUGGY CO. 

BUGGIES MANUFACTURED IN OXFORD, N. C, SOLD THROUGHOUT 

THE SOITH BY DEALERS. 
ATTRACTIVE CATALOG FOR THE ASKING. 



GRANVILLE —GREENE. 



Oxford Manufacturing Co. 
IXDERTAKERS ANL EMBALMEBS. 
Wood, J. Robert. 
Upchurch Bros. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Rovster, J. P. 

WALL, PAPER DEALERS. 
Landis, C. H. 
Baird & Chaniblee. 



CREEDMOOR. 

Incorporated in 1904. 

Population, 1000: Whites, 500; col- 
ored, 200; total, 700. 

Value real estate. $150,000; value 
personal property, $50,000. 

Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— J. L. Peed. 

Postmaster — .T. E. Purguson. 

Chief of Police—.!. T. Eure. 

R. R. Agent — E. K. Morris. Seaboard 
Air Line. 

Managers Telegraph — E. K. Morris, 
Western Union ; D. L. Mangum, South- 
side Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — J. L. Martin, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Creedmoor High School — J. A. Pitts, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

The Citizens Bank — Z. E. Lyon, 
President: I. E. Harris. Cashier. 



The 


Fir 


st National 


Bank 


-J. 


B. 


Mason. 


P 


resident ; W. 


B. 


La 


sley. 


Cashier 




DOCTORS. 








Lyon, 


Z. 


E. 








Lyon, 


S. 


C. 








Lyon. 


A 


A. 









Kent, J .H. 
Mangum, H. D. 
Perry, T. H. 
Perry. Z. T. 
Sandlin, W. D. 
Cobb, J. S. 
S. W. Miner. 
Emory. L. 1). 

DRUGGISTS. 
Garner Drug Store. 
Sanderford Drug Store. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Curl-Perry Co. 
Rogers, B. G., & Co. 
Creedmor Supply Co. 
Lyon, S. C. 

Bazaar Dry Goods Co. 
Wagloff, Lyon & Co. 
Rogers-Curl Co. 
Chappell & Moss. 
Chapped. J. W. 
Allen Grocery Co. 
Bullock. I. W., & Co. 
Cross, L. H. 
Longmire, L. H. 
Jacob Sable. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Lyon Hotel. 
Central Hotel. 
Aiken, Mrs. T. 
Beck, E. F. 

LIVERY 

Winston, R. O. 
Daniel, R. A. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Creedmoor Brick & Lumber Co. 
Standard Hosiery Mills Co. 
WAREHOUSES. 

Globe Warehouse. 
Star Warehouse. 



D. 
STABLES. 

w. 



GREENE COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, SNOW HILL. 



Formed in 1790. Named in honor of General Nathaniel Greene. 

Area: 300 square miles. 

Population: 12,03.8. White males, 3,153; white females, 31,07; negro 
males, 2,<S48 ; negro females, 2,030; foreign born, 7. 

Value of real estate. $1,294,332; value of personal property. $891,851. 

Property listed in 1009 by whites, $2,029,729; by negroes. $156,454. 

Tax Rate: Countv purposes. 23 2-3c. on the $100; special, 20c. County 
bonded debt, $30,000. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

East Carolina Railway. 9.63 miles, assessed value $ 26,154.50 

Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Company, assessed value 1,504.00 

Kinston & Snow Hill Railroad, 7.00 miles, assessed value 24,500.00 

Southern Investment Company, assessed value 2S1.00 

Norfolk & Southery Railway Co.. 8.04 miles, assessed value S0.014.40 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 1,642.78 

Postal Telegraph Cable Company, assessed value 567.00 

Western T'noin Telegraph Company, assessed value 380.59 

Superior Court Terms: First Monday before 1st Monday in March. 2 
weeks ; Fourth Monday in May, 2 weeks, civil cases only ; First Monday 
in September, 1 week; Thirteenth Monday after 1st Monday in September. 

~TAYLOR-CANNf\DY BUGGY CO. 

BUGGIES MANUFACTURED IN OXFORD. N. C, SOLD THROUGHOUT 

THE SOUTH BY DEALERS. 
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GREENE COUNTY. 



T. Carraway, Snow 

, Snow Hill. 
i), Walston- 

of Health— W. B. Murphy, 

-J. E. Debuain, 

Ida Dail, 

Mor- 



D. 

J. 



T. 

Everett Taylor, 

Snow Hill ; E. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— John R. Dail, 
Snow Hill. 

Sheriff — A. D. Warren. Snow Hill. 

Register of Deeds — J. O. Susk. Snow 
Hill. 

Treasurer — W. 
Hill. 

Coroner — Jos. II. Harper, Snow Hill. 

Surveyor — R. E. Beaman, Walston- 
burg. 

Co. Supt 
Snow Hill. 

Co. Supt of Schools 
Snow Hill. 

Supt. County Home — Mrs 
Snow Hill. 

Co. Board of Education — L. V. 
rill, W. A. Harden, John Harry. 

County Commissioners — B. W. Ed- 
wards, (chrra.), J. E. Herring, C. H. 
Sivernsou, C. L. Hardy, G. W. Mc- 
Kee. 

County Board of Elections — B. F. 
Albritton, (chrm.), F. L. Rouse, 
W. Beaman. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Snow Hill Township — James 
Sugg, Snow Hill 
Snow Hill. 

Shine— B. \Y. Britt, 
(\ Yaughn, Snow Hill. 

Jason — Wade Mewborne, LaGrange. 

Hookerton — G. B. Patt, Snow Hill : 
J. A. Aid rid se, Hookerton. 

Ormonds — E. D. Little, Snow Hill. 

Willow Grove — F. T. Carr, Ayden. 

Carrs — Adam Henson. Walstonburg; 
J. F. Shakleford, Walstonburg. 

Olds — F. L. Rouse, Snow Hill; R. 
C. Rouse, Snow Hill; J. F. Dixou. 

Bull Head — C. D. West, Stantons- 
burg ; H. C. Sbenard, Stantousburg. 

Speights Bridge — N. T. Beaman, 
Walstonburg; S. M. McKeel, Walston- 
burg. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Hart, E. B., Snow Hill, R. F. D. 

Sugg, James A., Snow Hill, R. F. D. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Ormondsville High School — Miss 
Marv Edwards. Principal. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

West. Albert, Saratoga, R. F. D. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Turnage & Ormond. 

Carr, Fred L. 

Hughes. Brothers. 

Mewborn, W. D.. & Son. 

Mewborn, J. R. 

Hooker, Alley. 

COTTON GINS. 

Jordan. W. J., Snow Hill. 

Tyson-Marsh Mill Ginnery, Snow 
Hill. 

Harvey, John, Snow Hill. 

Aswell & Smith Ginnery, Snow Hill. 

Turnage & Ormond, Snow Hill. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Jordan, W. James, Snow Hill. 



Tyson-Marsh Mill, Snow Hill. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHKKK. 

Hicks, O. V., Snow Hill. 

Hooten. Miss Evelyn, Snow Hill. 

Matlock, R. J., Hookertown. 

Johnson, Miss Ina, Snow Hill, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Udridge. Miss Fannie, Snow Hill, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Kilpatrick, Miss Kate L., Snow Hill, 
R. F. U. No. 3. 

Edwards, Miss Mary, Snow Hill, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Moore. Miss Nannie, Snow Hill, R. 
F. D. No. 6. 

Ward, Miss ilessie Leigh, Snow Hill, 
R. F. D. No. 6. 

Boyette, Miss Irene, Snow Hill, 
F. D. No. 1. 

Barker, Miss Sadie J.. Snow Hill, 
F. D. No. •> 

Czzelle, 

Harper, 
F. D. No. 

Da r den. 
F. D. No. 

Owens, Miss Bessie, 

( >wens, Miss Lillie, 

McKeel, Miss Lula, 

Barrett, Miss Lucy, 



Miss Mattie, Farmville. 
Miss Will, Snow Hill, 
1. 

Miss Nannie, Snow Hill, 
1. 

Saratoga. 

Saratoga. 

Walstonlun-L;. 

Walstonburg. 



Flannagan, Miss Beulah, Walston- 
burg. 

Mitchell, Miss Verdie, Arba. 
Waters, Miss Annie, Walstonburg. 



Fannie, Snow Hill, 
G., Stantousburg, 
Hill, 



Hardee, Miss 
F. D. No. 4. 

Saunders, D 
F. D. 

Smith. Miss Evelyn, Snow 
F. D. No. 5. 

Edwards. Miss Susie, Snow Hill. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Holmes. Miss Rosa, Snow Hill. 

Herring, Miss Lillie, Arba. 

Pridgen, Miss Helen, LaGrange. 

Morrill. Miss Olive, Snow Hill. 

Outlaw, Miss Nathalie, Arba. 

Southerland, Miss Elizabeth 
Grange. 



R. 
R. 
R. 
R. 



La- 



SNOW HILL. 

Population, 1909: 500. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — J. P. Frizzelle. 
Postmaster — F. W. Faircloth. 
Chief of Police — A. M. Dan alio. 
R. R. Agent — M. H. Potter. Kinstoil 
& Snow Hill R. R. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist— G. B. Perry. Pastor. 
Baptist — John Carroll. Pastor. 
Protestant Episcopal— John Grif- 
fith, Rector. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Snow Hill High School— O. Y. 
Hicks, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Snow Hill Banking & Trust Co. — 
G. A. Norwood, President; J. T. Sugg, 
Cashier. 



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DOCTORS. 

Harper. J .H. 
Murphy, W. B. 
Whittington, W. W. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Jordan, W. James. 
McBee, George A. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Harper, J. T., & Co. 

GENERAL, MERCHANDISE. 
Exum, J., & Co. 
Edwards. J. A., Jr., & Sons. 
Laselter, L. N.. & Son. 
Warren, M. W. 
Sugg & Waters. 
Holden Brothers. 
Dail, B. S. 
Dixon Brothers. 
Sauls, C. D. 
Harper, Dock. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOCSES. 
Potter Hotel. 
Hales, Mrs. John. Boarding House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Dail. Fred. 



MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Moore, C. T. (Buggies, wagons, etc.) 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Standard Laconic — J. E. Debnam, 
Editor. 



HOOKERTON. 

Postmaster — W. O. Dixon. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — M. D. Giles, Pastor. 
Free Will Baptist — Charles Vanse, 

Da g t"01* 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Hookerton Academy — R. J. Mattock, 
Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Edwards, G. C. 
Robinson. W. A. 
Stamev. E. L. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Albritton. B. F. D., & Co. 
Dixon, W. O. 
Taylor, W. F., & Co. 
Edwards. Eugene. 
Smith, M. E., Millinery Co. 



GUILFORD COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, GREENSBORO. 



Formed in 1770 from Orange and Rowan Counties. Named in honor of 
Lord North. Earl of Guilford, who, in 1770, became First Lord of the Treas- 
ury and Prime Minister of England. 

Area: 672 square miles. 

Population: 85.000. 

Value of real estate. $22,421,555; value of personal property, .$5,281,677. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites. $15,211,327; by negroes, $477,156. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 89; for negroes, 32. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 23 2-3c. on the $100; poor. 38c. on each poll; 
roads and bridges, 12 l-3c. on the $100. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 900. Worked under township superintendents, 
and number miles macadam road 160. Two squads of convicts. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Liberty Telephone Co., assessed value 

Gibsonville Telephone Co.. assessed value 

Southern Railway Co., 26.30 miles, assessed value 766,196.10 

Atlantic & Yadkin Railway. 39.26 miles, assessed value 392,614.54 

High Point. Randleman, Asheboro & Co., 3.04 miles, assessed val. 



80.00 
88.00 



30,400.00 



North Carolina Railroad. 



miles, assessed value 1,562,456.40 



The Pullman Co., assessed value 7,994.50 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 9,480.15 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 56,695.34 

North Carolina Public Service Co., assessed value 34,847.00 

Union Tank Line Co., assessed value 4,600.00 

National Car Co., assessed value 540.00 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co., assessed value 135.49S.00 

North State Telephone Co.. assessed value 17.345.00 

Merchants Dispatch Transportation Co., assessed value 635.00 

Thomasville Telephone Co., assessed value 30.00 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co.. assessed value 14.528.20 

Postal Telegraph-Cable, Co.. assessed value 7.022.24 

High Point Electric Power Co., assessed value 2,500.00 

Good-Will Telephone Co., assessed value 410.00 

Orinoco Telephone Co., assessed value 180.00 

Ritch Fork Telephone Co., assessed value / 90.00 

Pleasant Grove Telephone Co., assessed value 65.00 

Trospect Telephone Co., assessed value 240.00 

Superior Court Terms: 3rd January; 17th January; 14th February, 

civil cases only; 28th February; 4th April, criminal cases only; 18th April, 



230 



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i 



civil cases only; 20th June, criminal cases only: 15th August, civil cases 
only; 10th September, criminal cases only: 24th October, civil cases only. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — Ernest Clapp, 
< ; i tensboro. 

Deputy Clerks— W. P. Beall. Jr.. R. 
I. Moore, Greensboro. 

sheriff — B. E. Jones. Greensboro. 

Deputy Sheriff — J. H. Shaw, Greens- 
boro. 

Register of Deeds — A. G. Kirkman, 
Greensboro. 

Treasurer — G. H. MeKinney, Greens- 
boro. 

Coroner — W. W. Wood. Greensboro. 

Surveyor — H. M. Robinson, Greens- 
boro. 

Auditor — J. Leslie Abbott, Greens- 
boro. 

Co. Supt. of Health — Dr. Edmund 
Harrison, Greensboro. 

Co. Supt. of Sehools— Thos. R. 
Foust, Greensboro. 

Supt. of County Home — W. W. 
Whittington, Greensboro. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Home of Correction — G. H. Hackett, 
Superintendent, Greensboro. 

Co. Board of Education — W. T. 
Whitsett, Whitsett; C. H. Ireland. 
Greensboro; J. C. Kennett. Pleasant 
I . arden. 

County Commissioners — J. A. 
Davidson, (chrm.), Gibsonville; W. G. 
Bradshaw, High Point; Jno. A. Young. 
Greensboro; W. C. Tucker. Pleasant 
Garden ; Levi Walker. Summertield. 

County Board of Elections — A. Way- 
land Cooke, (chrru.1, Greensboro; A. 
A. Holton, High Point ; Fred X. Tate, 
Hisrh Point. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Washington Township — C. L. Sock- 
well. Gibsonville ; W. P. Heath. Gib- 
sonville; C. M. Zimmerman. Gibson- 
ville. 

Rock Creek — Berry Davidson, Gib- 
sonville; J. Henry Joyner, Gibson- 
ville; H. H. Lewey, Gibsonville. 

Greene — J. L. Holt, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. ; W. M. Thompson. Kimesville; 
J. C. Causey, Kimesville: W. A. 
Staley. Liberty, R. F. D. No. 2; Geo. 
M. Amick, Liberty. 

Madison — J. R. Moore, Brown Sum- 
mit; W. A. Heath. Greensboro. R. F. 
D. No. 4; W. L. Lindsay. Gibsonville, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

.Jefferson — C M. Pritchett. McLeans- 
ville; Howard, Cannon, Greensboro, 
R. F. D. ; W. H. McLean, Greensboro. 
R. F. D. ; H. L. Carmou, Greensboro. 
R. F. D. 

Clay — Wm. T. Hanner, Greensboro, 
R. F. D. ; C. U. Hinshaw, Greensboro, 
R. F. D. ; John C. Kennett, Greens- 
boro, R. F. D. 

Monroe — -S. G. Lomax, Greensboro. 



ti: 
M. 



.1. 1.. Hawkins. Brown 
Cunningham. Greens- 



i: F. D. No 
Summit : .1. 
boro. 

Gilmer — R. W. Murray, Greensboro; 
• 'has. A. Hendrix, Greensboro ; J. E. 
McKnight, Greensboro ; Robt. E. Ninis,. 
Greensboro; G. T. Glascock, Greens- 
boro; J. M. Wolfe. Greensboro: J. R. 
Pearce, Greensboro; C. M. Yaustory, 
< . reensboro. 

Fentress — Chas. T. Weatherly, 
Pleasant Garden; J. A. Allred. Pleas- 
ant Garden; J. R. McCulloch, Pleasant 
Garden; J. A. Coble, Climax. 

Centre Grove — J. B. Golden, Sura- 
merfield : H. C. Brown, Suminerfield ; 
T. R. Dillard, Greensboro, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Morehead — L. R. Noah. Battle 
Ground; W. E. Schenck, Greensboro; 
J. Grasty Fowler, Greensboro; P. C, 
Lindley, Greensboro: David A. Ed- 
wards, Pomona; E. P. Land. Greens- 
boro; Samuel Brown, Greensboro. 

Sumner — A. C. Coltrane, Greens- 
boro: A. O. Newman, Greensboro. R. 
F. D. No. 1.: Shubal Morrow. Greens- 
boro, R. F. D. ; R. C. Short. Greens- 
boro: E. H. Hodgin. Greensboro; Jno. 
H. Marsh. Randleman. 

Bruce — Jno. S. Bunch, Sutnmerfield : 
R. V. Harris. Suinmerfleld : T. H. 
Wilson, Suinmerfleld; J. H. Idol, Suin- 
merfleld ; J. H. Medearis, Summerflebl. 

Friendship— A. T. Millis. Guilford 
College; J. H. Manly, Guilford Col- 
lege; M. L. Kendall. Guilford Station; 
Thomas Wakefield. Guilford College; 

D. F. Huffines. Guilford College. 
Jamestown — J. L. Contrane. James- 
town ; J. D. Garrett, Jamestown. 

Oak Ridge — Chas. Case, Oak Ridge; 
R. W. Jones. Kimesville. 

Deep River — E. B. Atkins, Kerners- 
ville. R. F. D. No. 2; J. M. Davis. 
Colfax: A.. B. Dillon, Colfax 
Edwards. Colfax. 

High Point— H. C. Kearns 
Point; N. W. Beeson. High 
Emory A. Hanner. High Point; J. C. 
Welsh, High Point; Wm. C. Jones. 
High Point; W. S. Lovelace. High 
Point; W. G. Brown. High Point; W. 

E. John, High Point. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Whitsett Institute — W. T. Whitsett. 
Principal, Whitsett. 

Brown Summit Acodemy — W. H. 
Rankin, Principal. 

Guilford College — Lyndon Lewis 
Hobbs, President. Guilford College. • 

Oak Ridge Institute — J. A. and M. 
H. Holt. Principals. 

Flint Hill Public School — L. Lea 
White. Principal. Jamestown. 



J. T. 

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PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Knight, William P., White Dak. 
Norman. Geo. W.. Pomona. 
Spoon. Arthur Ogburn. Revolution. 
Paddison, J. R., Oak Ridge. 
Armfield, D. ().. Jamestown. 
Fox, M. P., Guilford College. 
Heaves, J. T., Vandalia. 
Gray, Claiborn. Pleasant Garden. 
Gilmer, Chas., McLeansville. 
Gordon. J. R., Jamestown. 
Burrus, J. T.. High Point. 
Coble, W. A., Kimesville. 
Davis. W. C. Summerfleld. 
Turner, J. A., High Point. 
MeAnally. J. W., High Point. 
Stanton, D. A., High Point. 
Reitzel. J. R., High Point. 
Reitzel, C. E., High Point. 
Jones, W. M., High Point. 
Foscue. J. E.. Jamestown. 
Dick, J V., Gibsonville. 
Kernodle, G. W., Proximitv. 
Wells. J. M. 
Whitaker, H. E. 
Duncan, J. F. 
Gravson, C. S. 
Holt. W. T.. McLeansville. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Proximity Mercantile Co.. Prox 
imity. 

Simpson. Henry C. McAdoo Heights 
Greensboro. 

White Oak Mills Store. White Oak. 
I'LOCR, CORN AND FEED MILES 

Hardie. Jo.. Brown Summit. 

Tate. Chas.. Greensboro. 
SAW MILES. 

Walker. E. W.. Brown Summit. 

Spencer & Coltrane, Brown Sum- 
mit. R. F. D. 

McCormack, J. F.. Brown Summit 
R. F. D. 

Weatherly, W. M., Greensboro, R 
F. D. 

Miller. R. B.. Greensboro. R. F. D. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Burgess. Miss Cletus, High Point. 

Wagoner, Miss Hattie 
R. F. D. 

Burgess, 

Kirkman 
D. No. 1. 

Murray. 
R. F. D. No. 2 

Thomas, Robt. 

Coltrane. Miss 
R. F. D. No. 5. 

Holt. ?diss Lizzie 
D. No. 3. 

Joyner. J. H 

Carraway, Bi 

Jones, Chas. 

Foil st, W. H 
No. 2. 

Foust, Mrs. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Isley. D. K.. Hartshorn. 

Lindley. Miss Elsie, Snow Crimp. 



Gibsonville, 



Miss Blanche. High Point. 
Aliver. Greensboro, R. F. 

Miss Pauline. Greensboro, 



A.. 

Mai 



Greensboro, 
el. High Point, 



Gibsonville, R. F. 



.. Whitsett. 
[■nee R., Gibsonville. 
L.. Greensboro. 
.. GibsonvRle. R. F 

W. H.. Gibsonville. 



Boone. Miss Elizabeth, Whitsett. 

Clapp, Miss Espie, Burlington, R. F. 
D. No. 10. 

Clapp. Miss Eugenia, Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 10. 

Sheppard, Miss Bertine, Liberty, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Sheppard. Miss Myrtle, Liberty, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Clapp, Miss Mamie, Sedalia. 

McNeely. Miss Myrtle. Greensboro, 
R. F. D. No. 5. 

Kellum. C. W., McLeansville. 

Liles, S. T., Brown Summit. 

Riles. Mrs. S. T., Brown Summit. 

Webb. Miss Hattie. Brown Summit. 

Wodley. Miss Mamie. Creswell. 

Pritchett. Miss Ollie, Brown Sum- 
mit. 

Brown. J. T., Greensboro. 

Benbow, Miss Bessie, Oak Ridge. 

Robertson. Miss Florine. Burlington. 

Millis, Miss Ida E., Guilford College. 

Boone. Miss Addie. Whitsett, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Malloy, Miss Nettie. Reidsville. 

Cobb, Miss Katurah, McLeansville. 

Fryar. Miss Vannie. McLeansville. 

Lednum. Miss Swana, Greensboro. 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Smith. Miss Etta. Liberty, R. F. D. 

Turner. J. A.. Greensboro. 

Wheeler, Miss Essie. Whitsett. 

Wheeler. Miss Lizzie. Whitsett. 

< Gladstone, R. M., Greensboro, R. 
F. D. 

Garvey, Miss Bina. Beaver Creek. 

Wharton. Miss Vera, Greensboro, R. 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Lowe. Miss Nanni, Brown Summit. 

Absher. Miss Mabel, Obids. 

Albright. Miss Annie. (Greensboro, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Sockwell. Miss Belle. Gibsonville. 

Moore. Miss Pearl. Reidsville. 

Moffitt, J. W., Brown Summit. 

•Tones, W. H.. Brown Summit. 

Cator, Miss Mary. (Greensboro. 

Michaux. Miss Roche. (Greensboro. 

Clark, Miss Nell. (Greensboro. 

Brown. Miss Ethel. Greensboro. 

Faison. Miss Betty. (Greensboro. 

Lea. Miss Annie. Greensboro. 

Grimsley. Miss Stella. Greensboro. 

Forney. Miss Edna Greensboro. 

Southerlnnd. Mrs. Chas., Greensboro. 

Stewart, Miss Florence. Greensboro. 

Anderson. Miss Annie. Greensboro. 

Field. Miss Lizzie. (Greensboro. 

Hester. Miss Araminta. Greensboro. 

Friend. Miss Kate. Greensboro. 

Hayward. Miss Elizabeth. Greens- 
boro. 

Smith. Miss Delia. Greensboro. 

Foust, Miss Abbie, Julian, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Mendenhall. Miss Dovie. (Greensboro. 

Scott. Miss Josephine. Greensboro. 

Carrell, J. Wilson, (Greensboro, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 



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Ward, Aliss Linnie. Greensboro, It. 
F. D. 

Kinsey. Aliss Mamie, Greensboro. 

Donnell, Miss Cora, Greensboro. 

(irimsely. Miss Alice, Greensboro. 

Dail, Miss Rosa, Greensboro. 

Roberson, Miss Florence, Greens- 
boro. 

Furmau, Miss Annie. Greensboro. 

AlcCulloch, Miss Ida, Greensboro, R. 
P. D. 

Carter, Mrs. Sarah, Greensboro. 

Alexander, Mrs. Maggie. Greensboro. 

Cook, Miss Julia, Greensboro. 

Wall, Miss Dora, Greensboro. R. P. 
D. No. 6. 

Fentress, Miss Lula, Pleasant Gar- 
den. 

Foust. F. L., Graham. 

Michael, Miss Ada, Pleasant Garden. 

Morrow. Miss Jennie, Pleasant Gar- 
den. 

Barnes, Miss Lillian. Pleasant (Jar- 
den. 

Hardin, Miss Joanna. Pleasant Gar- 
den. 

Smith, Miss Mary, Liberty. It. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Lewis, Miss Dittie, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Foster, Miss Cara, Greensboro. 

Ryrd. Miss Clara. Summerfleld. 

McNeely, Miss Janet, (ireensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Gant, Miss Trinner, Greensboro. 

Ladd. Mrs. D. T., Summerfleld. 

Hunter, Miss Annabel, Whitakers. 

Gaines, Miss Nannie, Greensboro. 

Waugh, L. A., (ireensboro. 

Howard, Miss Bessie, Pomona. 

Craven, Mrs. Daisy, D., Greensboro. 

Ledbetter, Miss Florence. Greens- 
boro. 

Fitzgerald, Miss Mary. Pomona. 

Eller, Miss Bertha, Pomona. 

Whitaker, Miss Lulie, Pomona. 

Williams, Miss Mattie, Pomona. 

Land, Miss Bettie Aiken, Greens- 
boro. 

Corbitt. Miss-Marv J.. Guilford Col- 
lege, R. F. D. ^so. 2. 

McKay, Miss Louine. Guilford Col- 
lege. R. F. D. No. 2. 

Gibbs. Miss Lemma. Iteidsville. 

Powell, Miss Etta. Greensboro. R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Blair. Miss Annie Belle, Greensboro, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Todd, Miss Eula, Greensboro, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Gibbs. Miss Katie, Greensboro. R. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Walker, Miss Mary P., Greensboro, 
It. F. D. No. 3. 

McAdoo, Geo. W., Greensboro. 

Bland, Miss Pareppa. (ireensboro. 

Mumford, U. S.. (ireensboro. 

Thompson, Miss Berta, (ireensboro. 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Osborne, Miss Elsie, Greensboro. R. 



F. D. No. 3. 

Wharton, C. R.. Whitsett. 

Otwell. Miss Myrtle, Whitsett, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Dean, Miss Bessie, Pikeville. 

Sinclair, J. F., Maxton. 

Groom, Miss Helen, (ireensboro. It. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Johnson. Miss Mattie, Greensboro. 

Harris, Miss Leonora, (ireensboro. 

Hufflue, Miss Minnie E., Oak Ridge. 

Neal, Miss Cora. Stokesdale, R. P. D. 

Smith, Folsom. Summerfleld. 

Cude, H. C, Colfax. 

Edgerton. Miss Bertha, Pikeville. 

White, Aliss Grace, High Point. 

Peele. Jos., Guilford College. 

Donnell. Miss Elizabeth, Guilford 
College. 

Robinson. Miss Blanche, Guilford 
College. 

Lovings, Miss Virginia. Reidsville. 

Fearington, B. A.. Greensboro. 

Sapp. Thos.. Jamestown. 

White. L. Lee, Jamestown. 

Shamburger, Miss Linnie. James- 
town. 

Coble. Miss Nora. Jamestown. 

Legerton. Aliss Frances, Jamestown. 

Wilkinson. Aliss Alary. Jamestown. 

Aloore. Miss Florence. Jamestown. 

Stafford. Aliss Sara G.. Winston- 
Salem. 

Hodgin, Miss Linnie, Greensboro. R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Neese, D. A., Liberty. 

Edmunson, Airs.. High Point. 

Alerrimon. Mrs. Ella B.. Oak Ridge. 

Benbow, Mrs. Will, Oak Ridge. 

Pegram. J. W., Stokesdale. 

Brookbank, Wm., Kernersville. 

Flynt. Aliss Alamie. Belews Creek. 

Highfill. Aliss Tenuie. Summerfleld. 
Aliss Ola, Oak Ridge. 
Aliss Essie. Kernersville. R. 



Aliss Emma, Kernersvville. 



Lowrey. 

Fulton. 
F. D. 

Fulton. 
R. F. R. 

Bland, Aliss Rosalie, (ireensboro. 

Grav. J. Ernest. Colfax. 

Stone, J. A.. Colfax. 

Stack. Aliss Daisy. Colfax. 

Morgan. Aliss Grace. Colfax. 

Aloore. Aliss Georgia. Guilford Col- 
lege, R. F. D. 

Morgan, Aliss Adna. Kernersville. 

Wheeler. Aliss Ada. High Point. R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Futrell. Aliss Helen, Woodland. 

Clapp, D. P.. High Point. 

Pike, Airs. J. W., High Point. 

Greeson. Aliss Florence, Sedalia. 

Dunbar. Airs. Clarence. High Point. 

Wallace. Aliss Euna, Star. 



Briggs, Aliss Bertha, 
Paul. J. D., Pingo. 
Black. Aliss Anna L., 
Farlow, E. E.. High 
Caffev, Aliss Nannie, 
Bex 332. 



High Point. 

Ramseur. 
Point. 
High Point, 



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Lowe, Miss Carrie, High Point, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Chipman. Miss Florence, High Point, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 



GREENSBORO. 

Population, 1909, 25,000. No white 
polls. 1.713; No. colored polls. 345. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty, $8,292,575. 

Tax Rate, $1.30. 

Bonded debt, $825,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— E. J. Stafford. 

Chief of Police — Chas. F. Neeley. 

City Clerk — Jno. S. Michaux. 

Treasurer — Neil Ellington. 

Tax Collector — Edward G. Sherrill. 

City Attorney — Thos. J. Shaw. 

City Snpt. of Health — Edmund Har- 
rison. 

Postmaster — Robt. D. Douglas. 

Judge of Municipal Court — N. L. 
Eure. 

Inspector Buildings — R. H. Milton. 

Keeper of Cemetery — Chas. Hiatt. 

Board of Aldermen — J. Ed. Al- 
bright, Jno. L. King, E. E. Bain, Neill 
Ellington. T. A. Glascock, H. W. 
Clendenin. 

City Board of Education — W. E. 
Harrison. President; Charles H. Ire- 
land, Secretary; J. R. Mendenhall, E. 
J. Davis, John N. Wilson. 

Supt. City Schools — Wiley H. Swift. 

R. R. Agent — W. B. Devlin. South- 
ern Railway. 

Express Agent — A. C. Williams. 
Southern Express Co. 

Telegraph Managers — John Shinber- 
ger, Western Union ; T. S. Horry, 
Postal Telegraph Co. 

Telephone Managei — E. A. Wood- 
ruff. Southern Bell Tel. & Tel. Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHl'RCHES. 

Baptist— W. F. Stalev, J. L. White, 
K. C. Horner, W. H. Filer. R. G. 
Kendrick, Jr., Pastors. 

Christian — John W. Bolton. W.. C. 
Wicker, E. M. Carter. Henry C. Ful- 
ton. Pastors. 

Episcopal — S. It. Guignacd, Thos. G. 
Faulkner. Pastors. 

Moravian — Chas. H. Wenhold. N. R. 
Richardson. Pastors. 

Eutheran — Geo. E. Mennen. Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant— T. J. Ogburn, 
Pastor. 

Methodist (Centenary) — D. M. Lit- 
aker: (West Market!. E. K. MoLarty : 
(Spring Garden). J. W. Long, Pastors. 

Presbyterian — J. W. Goodman. Mel- 
ton Clark. Robt. N. Williams. C. E. 
Hodgin, Pastors. 

Catholic — Vincent Taylor. Pastor. 

Reformed— Shuford Peeler, J. W. 
Goodman, Pastors. 

Friends — Stephen S. Mvriok, Pastor. 
COLLEGES. 

Immanuel Lutheran College — N. J. 



Bakke, President. 

State Normal & Industrial College — 
J. I. Foust, President. 

Greensboro Female College — Mrs. 
Lucy H. Robertson, President. 

Agricultural & Mechanical College 
i col.) — J. B. Dudley, President. 

Bennett College (col.) — Silas A. 
Peeler. President. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOl'SES. 

Hotel Clegg. 

Hotel Guilford. 

Hotel Huffines. 

Allen House. 

The Jefferson. 

The McAdoo Hotel. 

Piedmont Hotel. 

White Oak Inn. 

Deaver, Mrs. M. O. 

Dick. Julius N. 

Allen, Mrs. Ada. 

Atchison. Mrs. May F. 

Bogart, Mrs. H. M. 

Brady House. 

Burks, Mrs. Mamie. 

Case, Mrs. Louisa A. 

Currie, Mrs. Bertha. 

Dick, Mrs. Lena A. 

Forest Inn. 

Dodamead, Mrs. Debbie A. 

Gate City House. 

Grady. Jas. M. 

Griffin, Mrs. Lossie P. 

Harvey, Mrs. Lou N. 

Hester, Mrs. Laura J. 

Holder. Mrs. Julia. 

Hudson, Mrs. Ida B. 

Hutchens. Mrs. Rebecca. 

Jernigan House. 

Johnson, Jno. P. 

Kirkman. Mrs. Isabella V. 

Langston, Mrs. Jane E. 

McCollum, Thos. A. 

Moore, Mrs. Ora H. 

Ridge. Mrs. Martha F. 

Bobbins. Mrs. Lydia J. 

Rycroft. Mrs. Virginia H. 

Sharpe. Mrs. Rebecca C. 

Turner. Mrs. Susan E. 

Waggoman, Mrs. Alices C. 

Webb, Mrs. Margaret. 

Wood. Mrs. Nancy. 

Younts. Mrs. Florence. 
ARCHITECTS. 

Brewer, Wells L. 

(Jambier. Richard. 

Hopkins, Jas. H. 

Weston. Frank A. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

American Exchange Bank — E. P. 
Wharton, President; R. G. Vaughan, 
Cashier. 

Greensboro National Bank — Neil 
Ellington, President; A. H. Alderman, 
Cashier. 

Greensboro Loan & Trust Co. — J. W. 
Fry, President; W. E. Allen, Cashier. 

Bank of South Greensboro — E. P. 
Wharton, President; E. L. Sides, 
Cashier. 



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Co. 
ASSOCIATIONS. 



M Saving* Bunk — C. A. Bray, 

President; Tyre (Menu. Cashier. 

<ireeii«*lv«>ro Commercial & Savings 
Bank — F. B. Ricks. President; F. C. 
Boyles, Cashier. 

BAKERS. 

Clegg, Leonidas L. 

Union Bakery. 

Washington Steam Bakery. 

Brandt Bakery. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Alley. Geo. W. 

Cunningham Brick Co. 

Jennings, W. G. 

Kirkpatrick Brick Co. 

Smith, Jas. M. 

Stratford. W. O. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Callahan -Dodson. 

Coble & Mebane. 

Fordham. Albert E. 

Hendrix, J. M. 

Peebles. 

Vogue Shoe Store. 

Rick- Don nell- Medea ris Co. 

Thacker & Brockmann. 

BOOK STORES. 

Wills Book Store. 

Wharton Bros. 

Union News Co. 

<;.-ite City Novelty 

Smithdeal, L. A. 
BUILDING & LOAN 

Gate City. 

rioneer. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Clarida, Henry P. 

Garrett, Elmer E. 

Hudson Meat Market Co. 

Jeffreys. Marcellus. 

Law, Watson. 

Murray. J. A. 

Olive, J. C. 

Parlor Meat Market. 

Schlosser & Son. 

South Greensboro Market. 

Wagstaff, Geo. W. 

Weisner, Augustus T. 

Johnson & Reives. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'R'S. 

Lewis. J.. & Sons. 

Newell, M. G. 

Ottinger Buggv Co. 

Taylor, Frederick N. 

Townsend Buggv Co. 
CLUBS. 

Elks' Home. 

Merchants' & Manufacturers' Club. 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Clegg. W. F. 

Foster-Moffltt Co. 

Greensboro Produce Co. 

Hunter Manufacturing Co. 

Patterson Co. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Coulter- Lowery Co. 

Proximity Manufacturing Co. 

Revolution Cotton Mills. 

White Oak Cotton Mills. 



H. 



AND BUILDERS. 



CONFECTIONKRV DEALERS. 

Allsbrook, Kindred. 
Cain, Rufus A. 
Duggins, McCoy. 
Erwin. Jno. L. 
Hanner, Jno. A. 
Hepler. Robt. 
Ideal Candy Store. 
Maddox, Starke. 
Saleeby, S. & N.. Co. 
Smith & Norman. 
West, James H. 
Styers, Peter. 
Winchester, Samuel 
The Palms. 
CONTRACTORS 
Bain, J. W. 
Brooks, Andrew F. 
Central Carolina Construction Co. 
Coltrane, Jno. 
Crouse. Jas. L>. 
Boycott, O. D. 
Browne. Samuel. 
Clapp. William A. 
Fields. William S. 
Fries. William A. 
Hanner. Solomon E. 
Husband. Joseph. 
Jones, Judson B. 
Lewis, Jno. W. E. 
McClainroek, Jno. 
Morris, J. C. 
Pleasants. William R. 
Roles. Marshall. 
Starr, Henry F. 
Sullivan. Jno. L. 
Summers, Nathan 
Waynick, Joshua. 
Smith. Jas. M. (col.) 

CONTRACTORS. 
Esson. W. A., & Co. 
MacKenzie. Burt. 
Hobbs. Jno. M. 
Hobbs, William 
McAdoo, William 
Abbott, Jas. C. 
Chisholm & Heck. 
Boycott. O. D. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Askin & Marine Co. 
Crawford & Rees. 
Globe Clothing Co. 
Isaacson. Isaac. 
Blaustein. I. L. 

Chisholm. Stroud. Crawford & Rees. 
Harrey-Belk Bros Co. 
Marks. David. 
Johnson & Hinkle. 
Pinnix, Henry M. 
Simpson. Henry C. 
Stadiem, B., & Son. 
Stadiem, David. 
Union Colthing Co. 
Vanstorv Clothing Co. 
Wallace & Co. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 

Ellis-Stone Co. 
Harry-Belk Bros. 
Schiffman Bros. 



L. 

J. 



J. 
D. 



GUILFORD COUNTY. 



Meyers Department Store. 
Sapp, A. V. 

DENTISTS. 
Iletts. Joseph S. 
Burton, Edward A. 
Griffith, Jno. W. 
Humphrey, Lyndon M. 
Johnson, Arthur H. 
Lipscomb, Chas. T. 
Rowe, Walter W. 
Wheeler, Jno. H. 
Wvche, J. E. 
Whitsett, Geo. W. 
Hartsell. W. K. 
Olapp, J. C. 
Coble, L. G. 

COAL, AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Browne, Samuel. 
Carolina Fuel Co. 
Cranford, W. L. 
Cunningham Bros. 
Dixie Ice & Coal Co. 
Fogleman, Chas. J. 
Greensboro Ice & Coal Co. 
Guilford Coal & Wood Co. 
Power & Armstrong. 
Southside Fuel Co. 
Wilkerson, Chas. B. 
Melvin, Robt. H. 

TOBACCO DEALERS. 
Brown. Edward A. 
Penn, Thos. J. 
Stafford, E. J. & A. G. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Asheboro Street Pharmacy. 
Conyers' Drug Store. 
Fariss-Klutz Co. 
Fordham's Drug Store. 
Howard Gardner Drug Co. 
Greensboro Drug Co. 
Helm's Drug Store. 
Holton's Drug Store. 
Mellhenny, J. K., & Son. 
Revolution Pharmacy. 
Sykes Drug Co. 
West End Drug Store. 
Justice Drug Co. (Wholesale). 
McNalr. Frank W. (col.) 
McNair, Louis W. (col.) 

DOCTORS. 
Willingham, B. J. 
Banner, Chas. W. 
Battle, J. T. J. 
Beall, W. P. 
Best, Benjamin W. 
Brooks. Zaehary T. 
Dees, Rigdon O. 
Dodson, Henry H. 
Farrar, M. R. 
Fortune, Alexander F. 
Glascock, Mrs. Joy Harris. 
(Jove, Miss Anna M. 
Gregory, Richard K. 
Hilton, J. J. 
.Tarboe, Parran. 
Knight, W. P. 
Ledbetter, Arthur E. 
Long, John Wesley. 
Meadows, Washington J. 
Michaux, E. R. 



Miles, Mi^s May S. 
.Montgomery, Jno. C. 
Mosley, Chas. W. 
Reaves, Perry W. 
Richardson, William J. 
Kieves. Jas. T. 
Roberson, Chas. 
Thames, Jno. 

Drs. Tucker (Osteopathic). 
Turner, J. Pinkney. 
Williams, Buxton B. 
Williams, Jno. Rov. 
Wilson, Arthur R.- 
Bowman, Harlan P. 
Spoon, Arthur Ogburn. 
Tankersley, James W. 
Williams. John A. 
Little. Thos. R. 
Harrison. Edmund. 
Calson. C. I. 
Dees, Ralph E. 
Alford, A. E. B. 
Ashworth, U. C. 
Burleyson, Louis X. 
Boyles, J. Henry. 
Killam. B. Utcher. 
Laird, E. C. 



Took, Thos. 
Finch, J. T. 
Bullock, Jas. 
Dellinger. J. 
Hughes 



Armfield, 
Beck. W. 
Bennett, 

Bennett. 



(St. Leo's). 

(Chiropractic.) 

L. (col.) 

Elmer, (col.) 
Walter H. (col.) 

GROCERS. 
Jas. A. 



W. 

Thos. M. 

W. P. 
Blair, Edward C. 
Buchanan, Chas. C. 
Burton, Hillery G. 
Carroll, William T. 
Causey. Robt. A. 
Cecil. Edward. 
Chrismon. J. R., & Bro. 
Clarida, Henry P. 
Clendeuin, Henry W. 
Coble, J. A., & Son. 
Cockman, Isham, D. 
Coggin, Geo. C. 
Coltrane. Jacob L. 
Smith & Dailey. 
Davis, James S. 
Davis, William M. 
Denny, Geo. W. 
Doak. Thomas. 
Dobson, Algiers B. 
Donnell, Rufus H. 
Duggiiis. Caleb L. 
F dwell & Co. 
Fentress, Stewart F. 
Fentress. Ross H. 
Foster, Arthur L. 
Foster Bros. 
Foster. Chas. L. 
Gay, Jno. F. 
Grantham, Murray. 
Greensboro Grocery 
Grissorn. Benjamin 
Ham Grocery Co. 
Green, C. D. 



& Baking Co. 
H. 



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Helper Bros. 
Hiatt, R. <:. 
Hill, Solomon M. 
Hodgin Bros. 
Hogshead, Watson. 
Holley, Chas. 
Holmes. William C. 
Hoskins, Allen. 
Hudson Grocery Co. 
In gold, W. A. 
Inman, Thos. R. 
Isom. William .T. 
.Tenkins. Wm. R. 
•Tones, Jacob. 
Ladd Bros. 
Lambert, Jas. T. 
Lee, Jno. K. 
Lockamy, Jas. C. 
Low. J. H. & W. F. 
Lvnch Bros. 
McClintock, Geo. W. 
McGibboney & Reid. 
Marsh, Robt. 
Mile Run Grocery Co. 
Mitchell Bros. 
Morrison Bros. 
Murray, Clay E. 
Nelson, Alexander G. 
Nelson, W. A.. & Co. 
Ozment. W. R. 
Padgett, Harvey R. 
Palmer, Samuel. 
Patterson Bros. 
Pearee, Oscar F. 
Phillips, Geo. D. 
Phillips & Cox. 
Phipps. J. Henrv. 
Pickard, Thomas M. 
Pickard, Robt. W. 
Pickett, W. F., & Co. 
Pike, W. T., & Son. 
Prince, Jas. H. 
Pugh. Chas. E. 
Purvis. Wm. E. 
Rivers. Benj. 
Scott. C, & Co. 
Sheppard, Walter J. 
Short, Jno. C. 
Simpson. Henrv C. 
Smith, Chas. P. 
Sockwell Bros. 
Spencer Bros. 
Staton, William M. 
Strader Bros. 
Sullivan, Jno. A. 
Susman, Jacob. 
Taylor, Geo. H. 
Tesh. Edward F. 
Thomas, Geo. E. . 
Troxler Bros. 
Tucker & Erwin. 
Walker. Benj. G. 
Walters, Chas. L. 
Waugh, Peter W. 
Weaver, Luther J. 
White, Henrv T. 
White Oak Store. 
White. Jno. H.. & Co. 
Whittington Bros. 
Wray, Henry P. 



Wyrick, Jno. C. 

Jones, J. W.. & Co. (Wholesale. 

McLamb, Geo. T. (Wholesale). 

The McLean Co. (Wholesale). 

Rawley Commission & Brokerage Co. 
(Wholesale). 

Scott-Sparger Co. (Wholesale). 

Smitherman Co. (Wholesale). 
DRV GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Scott, J. W. 

Harry -Belk Bros. 

Ellis-Stone & Co. 

Meyers Department Store. 

Gilmer, S. L. 

Blackman, G. F. 

Coble, H. M.. & Co. 

Dorsett, Chas. H. 

Foster, Arthur L. 

Hendrix, J. M. 

Moore, W. S. 

Thacker & Brockmann. 

Sapp, A. V. 

Ozment, W. R. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

North Carolina Public Service Co. 
FRUIT DEALERS. 

Clegg, Z. V. 

Anderson, W. I. 

Patterson Supply Co., 

Gardner & Clark. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Fulton. Jas. F. 

Power & Armstrong. 

FLORISTS. 

Duffy. James. 

Van Lindley. J'.. Nursery Co. 

Summit Avenue Green House. 

Todd. Geo. M. 
FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Robinson, Rickard. 

White, A. B. 

Schlosser & Son. 

Clarida. H. P. 

Olive, J. C. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Clymer Machine Co. 

Cook-Lewis Foundry Co. 

Sergeant Manufacturing Co. 

Glascock, G. T., & Sons. 

Greensboro Boiler & Machine Co. 

Cooke. W. B.. Sz Co. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Andrews, Nathan D. 

Bloxton, J. W., & Co. 

Buffalo Furniture Co. 

Forbis. Chas. O. 

Goldstein, Jac. 

Herring Furniture Co. 

Hodgin & Bell. 

Huntley-Stockton-Hill Co. 

Foster Bros. Furniture Co. 

Jones-Medearis Furniture Co. 

South Side Trade & Bargain Store. 

Stove Exchange & Furniture. 

FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS. 

Gate Citv Furniture Manufacturing 
Co. 

Greensboro Furniture Manufactur- 
ing Co. 



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HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Beall Hardware & Implement Co. 

Central Hardware & Mantel Co. 

Crescent Hardware Co. 

Greensboro Hardware Co. 

Guilford Hardware Co. 

Odell Hardware Co. 

South Side Hardware Co. 
HOSPITALS. 

Keeley Institute. 

St. Leo's. 

Telfair Sanatarium. 

Williams Sanatarium. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Bray Bros (Fire). 

Carolina Real Estate & Investment 
Co. (Fire). 

Carr, O. W., & Co. (Fire). 

Greensboro Commercial & SSVings 
Bank (Fire). 

Greensboro Loan & Trust Co. 

Merrimon, W. B. (Life). 

Greensboro Loan & Trust Co. (Life). 

Murray. Robt. W. (Fire). 

South Greensboro Insurance & Real 
Estate Co. (Fire). 

Southern Real Estate Co. (Fire). 

Tate, Thos. H.. (Fire). 

Walsh, James II. (Fire). 

Aetna-Dixie Fire Insurance Co. 
(Accident). 

Fidelity & Casualty Co. (Accident). 

Mitchell & Adkins (col.) (Fire). 
JEWELERS. 

Bernau, Rudolf C. ' 

Denny & Ellington. 

Neese, William T. 

Pegg, William L. 

Schiffman Jewelry Co. 

Trent, G. W. 

LAUNDRIES. 

Columbia Laundry. 

Dick's Laundry. 

Lee, Henry. 

LAWYERS. 

Adams, Spencer B. 

Barringer, Jno. A. 

Beall, Thos. S. 

Bradshaw, G. S. 

Sherrod, W. J. 

Brooks, A. L. 

Thomson. W. S. 

Bvnum, W. P. 
» Douglas, Robt. M. 
* Douglas, R. D. 

Ferguson, G. S. 

Wilson. J. N. 

Eure, N. L. 

Harrison, Roger AY. 

Hobgood, Frank P. 

Hoyle, Thos. C. 

Justice. E. J. 

Broadhurst, Edgar D. 
'Kimball, A. B. 
.King, R. R. 

Kuykendall. E. D. 
•.Sapp, Oscar L. 

Morehead. Jas. T. 

Murphy, T. J. 

Wright, Clem. 



Patton, Geo. M. 
Scott, Levi M. 
McLean, C. E. 
Shaw, T. J. 
Cooke, A. Wayland. 
• Stedman, Chas. M. 
Stern, David. 
Stern. Sidney J. 
Strudwick. Robt. C. 
Scales, J. I. 
Taylor. Zebulon Y. 
Hudson. S. Glenn. 
Frazier, C. Clifford. 
•Williams. S. Clay, 
Copeland, E. W. 
Dalton, Carter. 
Mitchell, Geo. H. (col.) 
I LIMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS, 
Bain. E. E. 

Broad River Lumber Co. 
Brooks Manufacturing Co. 
Clements. W. L., Lumber Co. 
Thurman Lumber Co. 
Deep River Lumber Co. 
Guiford Lumber Co. 
Lewis, J. W. E. 
Moore, J. S., & C". 
Pitts & Monroe. 
Shaw-Clapp Lumber Co. 
South Atlantic Lumber Co. 
MARBLE WORKS. 
Boycott, Owen D. 
Knight, J. W., 
Neese, J. Henry. 
Rowe Ac Roach. 
Guilford Marble 

MACHINERY 
Greensboro Supply Co. 
Odell Hardware Co. 
Pritchett Machinery Co. 
Newman Machine Co. 
Wysong-Miles Co. 
Greensboro Supply Co. 
Clymer Machine Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Proximity Manufacturing Co. 
Brooks Manufacturing Co. 
Cape Fear Manufacturing Co. 
Newman Machine Go. 
Glascock Stove & Manufacturing 
Co. 
Clymer Machine Co. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Leak-Halladay Co. 
Odell Hardware Co. 

PAINTERS. 
Cone Sign Works. 
McFarland. AV. O. 
Andrews, Robt. 10. 
Barham, Jas. T. 
Brewer, Eli R. 
Golden, Euaene D. 
Proctor, T. G. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 

Anderson, AA'. I. 
Forsyth, C. Alexauder. 
Gardner & Clark. 
Guilford Produce Co. 
Patterson Co. 
Phoenix. John J. 



& Sons. 



Granite Works. 
DEALERS. 



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Southern Produce Co. 
I'UHBERS. 

Adams & Hunt. 

Albright, J. Ed. 

Battie, < '. w.. & Co. 

Donaldson. W. P. 

Pettit, Parley .\r. 

Stanley, Obie A; 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 

Asbury, P. M. 

Cable Piano Co. 

Cheek-Huston Piano and Organ Co 

Jones, A. D. 

Condon, W. W. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Alderman & Eutsler. 

Hanes, Francis Xj. 

Leonard. Joseph A. 

Moose, William. 

White, Robert G. 

Strader. Galveston B. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 

Apostolic Messenger Pub. Co. 

Board of Publication. 

Greensboro Printing Co. 

Harrison Printing Co. 

Kendall & Fisher. 

Pierce, J. C. 

Reece. J. M.. & Co. 

Stone, J. J. 

Stout Bros. 
Everything Pub. Co. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
American Realty & Auction Co. 
Andrews. E. M. 
Brown Real Estate Co. 
Real Estate & Investment Co. 
Central Securities Co. 
Daniel. Garland. 
Dixie Real Estate Co. 
Donnell & Walker. 
Eudora Land Co. 
John E. Fogleman. 
Greensboro Real Estate Emporium. 
Greensboro Real Estate .Exchange. 
Guilford Real Estate. 
Hill. R. R. 
Hodgin. John A. 
Jordan. James F. 
Land. W. R. 
McAdoo, W. D. 
Oakley <& Buchanan. 
Down. Price & Co. 
Sella rs. W. B. 
Southern Real Estate Co. 
Vanstory, C. M. 
Guirkin, Alfred F. 
Hill & Swain. 
Jordan. James F. 
McAdoo. Victor C. 
North Carolina Trust Co. 
West & Pemberton. 
South Greensboro Insurance & Real 
Estate Co. • 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Pitts ^ Monroe. 
Bain. E. E. 
Brooks Mfg. Co. 

TAILORS. 
Cartland, J. E., & Co. 



Horwitz, Abraham. 

Jacobs. Henry. 

Johnson, Henry A. 

Meares, William J. 

Fowler & Moore. 

Ricks-Donnell-Medearis. 

Walker. T. A., & Co. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Huntley-Stockton-Hill Co. 

Poole, Ezekiel. 

Smith. Frank F. 

Wilson Undertaking Co. 

VETERINARY SURBEONS. 

Berry, H. K. 

Charter. Frederick S. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Andrew. Robert E. 

Greensboro Wall Paper Co. 

Leak-Halladay Co. 

Proctor, Thomas G. 
Golden, Eugene D. 
Johnson. Wilet T. 
Andrews & Mead. 

HIGH POINT. 
Population, 1909: 10,000. 
No. white polls, 1,225; No. colored 
polls, 300. 

Value real estate. $3,000,000; value 
personal property. §1,500,000. 

Tax Rate: $1.30 on the $100 in- 
cluding school. 

Bonded debt, $255,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — Fred N. Tate. 
Chief of Police — Benj. Ridge. 
City Clerk— Ray Newby. 
Treasurer — Ed. L. Ragan. 
Tax Collector— H. C. Field. 
Standard-Keeper — J. M. Sechrest. 
City Attorney — Edward H. Farriss. 
Postmaster — W. P. Ragan. 
R. R. Agent— S. O. Schaub. South- 
ern Railway. 

Telegraph Manager — Miss Gallaher. 
Telephone Manager — C. F. Havden. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 



Powers, John R. 

Guignard, Rector. 
Kanup, Pastor. 
Thompson, O. P. 

S. Caldwell, Sr., 



Baptist— O. L. 
Miller. Pastors. 

Episcopal — J. G. 

Lutheran — A. L. 

Methodist— J. E. 
Ader. Pastors. 

Preshyterian — A. 
Pastor. 

Catholi< — Father Gregory, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Graded Schools — Harry Howell, Su- 
perintendent. 
HOTELS AND BOARDINB HOUSES. 

Elwood Hotel. 

Bellevue. 

Payne House. 

Ingram House. 

T>erry House. 

Schaub House. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Commercial National Bank — J. El- 
wood Cox. President: R. C. Charles, 
Cashier. 

Home Banking Company — T. F. 



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Wrenn, President ; I). H. Milton, 
Cashier. 

N. C. Savings Bank — O. B. Kearns, 
President ; Lee A. Briles, Cashier. 

Wachovia Loan & Trust Co. — F. H. 
Fries, President ; Chase Idol, Cashier. 
High Point Savings & Trust Co.— 
S. H. Hilliard. Treasurer. 

BRICK MANUFACTl RERS. 
High Point Brick Co. 
Glenola Brick Co. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
Allen -Garrison Co. 

BOOK STORES. 
Jarrett Stationery Co. 
Moore. B. B. 
Bl TCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 
Gray, R. W. 
Mclntire & Son. 
Henderson & Ingram. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
High Point Buggy Co. 
Southern Bugsy Co. 
CLUBS. 
Manufacturers' Clubs. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Paylor, J. D. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
Durham Mill No. 2. 
High Point Hosiery Mills. 
Piedmont Hosiery Mills. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Sarris & Co.. 
Johnson. P. H. 
Idol, V. W., & Co. 
Montgomery, M. 

CONTRACTORS AND BITLDERS. 
Woodliug, John. 
Crouch, E. L. 
Baker, D. H. 
Hedrick, E. T. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
High Point Ice & Fuel Co. 
Kirkman, O. A. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
J. J. Farriss, President: E. A. Snow, 
Vice-President ; C. F. Tomlinson, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Blair-Haskins Co. 
Cannon & Fetzer Co.. 
Harris, H., & Bro. 
Silver, N. H. 
Mattocks, C. B. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
Mattocks, C. B. 

DENTISTS. 
Pitts, H. C. 
Clavtor, W. F. 
Perkins. F. E. 
Hayes, Wm. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Kins Drug Co. 
Matton Drug Co. 
Mann Drug Co. 

DOCTORS. 
Stanton. D. A. 



Turner, J. A. 

Reitzel. J. R. 

Duncan, G. F. 

Burrus, J. T. 

Reitzel. C. E. 

Grayson, C. E. 

McAnally. W. J. 

Jones. William. 

Gerron, G. E. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Allen Bros. 

Xcwlin-Brooks Co. 

Moffett, H. A. 

Clinard, J. A. 

Alexander & Co. 

Moffett Furnishing Co. 

Kirkman. W. T., & Co. 

Leonard-Beavans Co. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

N. C. Public Service Co. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 

Sarris & Co. 

Staut-Rankin Co. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Gray, R. W. 

Mclntire & Sou. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Central Foundry & Machine Co. 

Peerless Machine Co. 

Southern Machine Works. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Peoples' House Furnishing Co. 

Home Furniture Co. 

GROCERS. 

Brackett & Son. 

Moffett Grocery Co. 

Piedmont Grocery Co. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Keeson Hardware Co. 

Siceloff-Lindsay Hardware Co. 

High Point Hardware Co. 
HOSPITALS. 

Junior Order Hospital. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Harrell. John M. (Fire and Life.) 

High Point Savings & Trust Com- 
pany. (Fire.) 

Wachovia Loan & Trust Co. (Fire 
and Life.) 

JEWELERS. 

Walker- Staley Co. 

Loftin. R. L. 

Welch. Walter. 

LAUNDRIES. 

High Point Steam Laundry. 
LAWYERS. 

Farriss. Edward H. 

Gold, T. J. 

Racan. W. P. 

Roberson. Wescott. 

Parsons. D. H. 

Steele. E. D. 

Earnhardt, C. C. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 

Snow Lumber Co. 

High Point Hardwood Lumber Co. 
MARBLE WORKS. 

Raper, Dolpli. 



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Borlen Marble Works. 

.MACHINERY DEALERS. 

Redding, J .P. 

Central Foundry ..V Machinery Co. 
MAM 1 At Tl RING PLANTS. 

Alma Furniture Co. 
Atlantic Furniture Co. 
Best Chair Co. 
Beeson Wood Working Co. 
Central Foundry & Machine Works. 
Cox. J. Blwood. (Shuttle blocks, 
etc.) 

Crouch Bros. Mfg. Co. 
Columbia Furniture Co. 
Continental Furniture Co. 
Dalton Furniture Co. 
Dixie Milling Co. 
Davis-Kirkman Co. 
Blectric Milling Co. 
Eeker, F. (Mirror Plates.) 
Eagle Furniture Co. 
Ellison Mantel & Table Co. 
Enterprise Table Co. 
Bleuola Brick Co. 
Clobe Home Furniture Co. 
ciobe Parlor Furniture Co. 
High Point Auto Sales Co. 
High Point Brick Co. 
High Point Buggy Co. 
High Point Bed Spring Co. 
High Point Furniture Co. 
High Point -Hosiery Mills. 
High Point Hub & Handle Co. 
High Point Ice & Fuel Co. 
High Point Metallic Bed Co. 
High Point Milling Co. 
High Point Moulding Co. 
High Point Overall Co. 
High Point Pants Co. 
High Point Pipe & Foundry Co. 
High Point Roll & Panel Co. 
High Point Show Case Works. 
High Point Yeneering Co. 
Hisrh Point Paint Works. 
Hayworth Roll & Panel Co. 
Hill Veneer Co. 
Kearns Furniture Co. 
Kearns Upholstering Co. 
Kitchen Cabinet & Table Co. 
Myrtle Desk Co. 
Marsh Furniture Co. 
N. C. Wheel Co. 
N. C. Public Service Co. 
Parker Paper & Twine Co. 
Peerless Machine Co. 
Pittsburg Plate Class Co. 
Piedmont Mills. 
Rankin Coffin & Casket Co. 
Southern Chair Co. 
Southern Car Co. 
Snow Lumber Co. 
Shipman Organ Co. 
Standard Mirror Co. 
Southern Machine Works. 
Stehli & Co. Silk Mills. 
Southern Machine Works. 
Snow Basket Co. 
Southern Novelty Works. 



Tate Furniture I !o. 
Tomlinson Chair Mfg. Co. 
Union Furniture Co. 
Welch Furniture Co. 
Durham Hosiery Mills. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Beeson Hardware Co. 
Siceloff-Lindsay Co. 

PAINTERS. 
McCrary Co. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Stout- Rankin Co. 
Lexington Grocery Co. 
PLUMBERS. 
Wellborn Supply Co. 
Muse, C. C. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Jones. J. E. 
Raehelle, C. \Y. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Stamev. W. L. 
Webb, J. E. 
Phillips, C. B. 
Long. H. B. 
Enterprise Printing Co. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
High Point Loan & Trust Co. 
Farriss. .T. J. 
Mellis, H. A. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Snow Lumber Co. 

TAILORS. 
Reighter. The Tailor. 
I NDERTAKERS AND EMBALM ERS. 
Sechrist. J. W. 
Loftin. R. L. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Jones. W. M. 

WALL PAPERS DEALERS. 
Parker. Robert. 
Austin. W. F. 



OAK RIDGE. 

Population. 1909: White, 200: col- 
ored. 50; total, 250. 

Value real estate. SUoO.OOO: value per- 
sonal property. S.iO.000. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist — H. C. Byrum. Pastor. 
Methodist Protestant— W. R. Low- 
dermilk. Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Oak Ridsre Institute — J. A. & M. H. 
Holt. Principals. 

DOCTORS. 
Paddison. J. R. 

LAWYERS. 
Whitaker. T. E. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Donnell & Holt. 
Stafford Bros. 
Donnell. W. O., Jr. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Oak Land Park Hotel. 
Oakhnrst. 
Whitaker House. 
All school dormitories. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Linville. Frank. 



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SAW AND PLANING MILLS. 

Case, C. R. 
Donnell, D. L. 



JAMESTOWN. 

Population, 1909: "White, 600; col- 
ored, 25; total, 625. 
Value real estate. $100,000. 
Postmaster — N. M. Bales. 
K. R. Agent — R. L. Farlow, South- 
ern Railway. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

.Methodist— W. L. Dawson. Pastor. 

Presbyterian — E. L. Siler, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Jamestown High School — L. Lea 

White, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Gordon, J. R. 
Foseue, J. E. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Richardson, Bundy. & Co. 
Johnson, George W., & Co. 

GROCERS. 
Oakdale Grocery Co. 
Ledhetter Grocery. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Bundy House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Bundy House Stables. 

COTTON MILLS. 
Oakdale Cotton Mill. 

BUGGY MANUFACTURERS. 
Bundy-Ricliardson Buggy Works. 

FLOUR MILLS. 

Williard Flour Mill. 

SAW MILLS. 

Williard Saw Mill. 



Mathematics. 

ANNIE ELIZABETH GORDON, B. 
S., Assistant in Mathematics and Eng- 
lish. 

DAVID HENLEY COUCH. B. S., 
Physics. 

MISS BERNICE VIVIAN CRAIG, 
Director of the Department of Music 



GUILFORD COLLEGE. 
Colleges. 



Faculty of Guilford College. 
LEWIS LYNDON HOBBS. M. A., 

: LL. D., President. Latin and Psychol- 
ogy. 

JOHN EDWIN JAY. M. A., Biblical 
Literature. 

JAMES FRANKLIN DAVIS, M. A., 
(J reek and German. 

(iEORGE WILSON WHITE. B. A.,* 
Mathematics. 

II. LOUISA OSBORN, B. A.. Mathe- 
matics and Latin. 

ROBERT NORTH WILSON. B. A.. 
M. A.. Chemistry. 

SAMUEL HORACE HODGIN, B. A., 
English. 

RAYMOND BINFORD, M. S.. Bio- 
logv and Geology. 

DUDLEY DEWITT CARROLL, B. 
A.. History and Economics. 

ALLAN ' WILSON HOBBS, B. A.. 
Physical Director and Assistant in 



GIBSONVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1882. 

Population, 1909: White. 1,100; col- 
oied, 100; total, 1.200. 

Value real estate. $60,120: value 
personal property, $24.S00. 

Tax Rate: 25c. on the $100 and 
$1.00 poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — B. Davidson. 

Postmaster — N. R. Wood. 

Chief of Police— A. D. May. 

R. R. Agent — H. L. Jones. 

"Manager Telegraph — H. L. Jones. 

Telephone Manager— L. T. Barber, 
Gibsonville Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist Protestant— D. A. Bras 
well. Pastor. 

Baptist— E. P. Parker. R. H. Pegg, 
Pastors. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Gibsonville Graded School — Profes- 
sor Caraway. Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
( 'ashier. 

Bank of Gibsonville — J. W. Boring. 
DOCTORS. 

Jordan. G. E. 

Dick, V. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Walker. J. H. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Walker, J. H. 
Somers Bros. 
Gibsonville Store Co. 
Burk, F. W., & Co. 
Cobb, W. R. 
Fogleman & Murray. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Gibsonville Hardware Co. 
COTTON MILLS. 
Gibson Cotton Mill. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOISES. 
Whitesell, John L. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Smith, F. M. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Vortex Lumber Co. (Carpenter shop, 
building material, etc.) 
Overman Chair Manufactory. 

FLOUR. CORN AND FEED MILLS 

Huff. O. L. 



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HALIFAX COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, HALIFAX. 



Formed in 1758. Named in honor of Earl of Halifax. 

Area, 680 square miles. 

Population, •">(». 79:;. White males, 5,049; white females, 5,411; negro males. 
9,795; negro females. 9,938; foreign born, 7.*!. 

Value of real estate. $5,424,737; value of personal property, $2,559,756. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $7,139,673; by negroes. $844,820. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 61 2-3c. on the ipiOO; poor,, etc., 23 2-3; roads 
and bridges, 20c.; schools, iSe. 

County bonded debt. $40,000. 

Public Roads: Worked by convicts and day labor. 

Roanoke Rapids Power Co., assessed value $ 11.710.00 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 61.0!) miles, assessed value 1,785,537.30 

Southern Railway rolling stock, assessed value 19,806.00 

Seaboard Air Line Railway. 20.20 miles, assessed value 406,146.86 

The Pullman Co., assessed value 7.150.75 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co.. assessed value 13,500.00 

Southern Express Co.. assessed value 7,557.53 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 24,961.57 

Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co., Assessed value 0.905.00 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co., assessed value 6.17".. 4o 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 2.0:;3.0() 

Roanoke Navigation & Water Co., assessed value 7,888.00 

Superior Court Terms: 31st January, for jail and civil cases; 21st 
.March; 22nd August; 28th November. 



OFFICERS. 

Court — Sterling 



M, 



COUNTY 

Clerk of the 
Gary, Halifax. 

Sheriff — .1. A. House. Welma. 

Register of Deeds — J. H. Norman 
Halifax. 

E. Bowers 



Robertson, 
Health— I. 



Scotland 

Enfield. 
E. (ireen. 



of Schools — A. S. Harri- 



Trea surer — .1 . 
Neck. 

Coroner — .7. .1 

Co. Supt. of 
Weldon. 

Co. Supt. 
son, Enfield. 

Supt. of County Home — W. B. 
Drewry, Halifax. 

Co. Board of Education— J. A. Col- 
lins. Thos. H. Taylor. Stuart H. 
Smith. 

County Commissioners — W. R. Har- 
vey, Littleton : N. L. Stedman, Til- 
lery ; S. P. Johnston, Weldon ; B. A. 
Pope, Weldon; S. T. Thorne, Jr. 

County Board of Elections— Whit. 
A. Johnston, Littleton ; A. McDowell, 
Scotland Neck; Thos. Dickens, Fau- 
cetts. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Brinkleyville Township — R. L. 

Stokes. Essex: W. V. Bopbitts. Ring- 
wood; W. M. Parker, Essex; Ben. M. 
Hardy. Brinkleyville; W. G. Vinson. 
Brinkleyville; Thomas H. Taylor, 
Brinkleyville; George L. Knight, 
Brinkleyville; C. A. Williams. Ring- 
wood; J. F. Davis. Brinkleyville; W. 
H. Hayes, Ita ; W. W. Rosser, Essex ; 
H. S. Quail, Brinkleyville. 

Butterwood — A. E. Carter. Little- 



Enfield. 
Aurelian 

Aureal ian 
Aurelian 



ton; W. T. Jenkins, Aurelian Springs. 

Conocanary — J. A. Norfleet. Tillery : 
J. H. Darden, Spring Hill; N. Fitz- 
patrickj Crowells. 

Enfield— S. G. Whitfield. Enfield: B. 
I). Mann. Enfield: W. I'. Whitaker. 
Enfield; Junius Hardee, Enfield: S. 
Meyer. Enfield: J. Wilson Pittman. 
Enfield; John J. Robertson. Enfield: 
John Beavans. Enfield; J. J. Whita- 
ker. Enfield: J. B. Hunter, 

Faueett— T. M. Lewis, 
Springs: W. K. Pittman, 
Springs: Tom Barnes, 
Springs. 

Halifax— W. D. Willcox. Crowells; 
Willis A. Wilcox. Crowells; M. H. 
Clark. Crowells; J. L. Ousby. Crow- 
ells; W. E. Barkley. Crowells. 

Fittleton— C. D. House. Littleton ; 
T. M. Pullev. Littleton : W. E. Spruill, 
Littleton ; M. T. Morris. Littleton. 

Roseneath— S. H. Strickland. Scot- 
land Neck. 

Palmyra — W. (1. Hedgepeth, 
good ; J. L. Philpot. Palmyra. 

Scotland Neck — I. H. Smith, 
land Neck; W. T. Robertson. Scotland 
Neck: A. C. Livermon, Scotland Neck: 
I'.. F. Cray. Scotland Neck: J. E. 
Shields. Scotland Neck; R. H. Smith. 
Scotland Neck. 

Weldon— B. A. Pope, Weldon ; W. L 
Stainbaek. Weldon; W. T. Shaw, Wel- 
don ; C. B. (ireen. Weldon ; V. M. Bur- 
ton. Weldon: T. L. Emery. Weldon: 
F. H. Treacy, Roanoke Rapids; R. W. 
Brown, Roanoke Rapids. 



Hob- 



Scot- 



HALIFAX COUNTY. 



SCHOOLS AM) ACADEMIES. 
Hobgood Academy — .Miss Ferrell, 
Principal. 

.MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Gotten, James, Neal. 

Dunn, Balfour, Scotland Neck. 

Brinkley. A., Aurelian Springs. 

Bobbitt, A. G., Cro wells. 

Riddick, J. T., Spring Hill. 

Askew, J. R., & Bro., Spring Hill. 

Stallings, O. P.. Dawsons. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Phelps, Miss Mary. Scotland Neck. 

Welib, Miss Mariam J., Scotland 
Neck. 

Tillery, Miss Pauline, Scotland 
Neck. 

Cherry, Miss Bessie, Scotland Neck. 

Eu re. Miss Lottie, Halifax. 

Neville, Miss Maude. Heathsville. 

Gilliam, Miss Nettie. Halifax. 

Myrick, Miss Emma, Littleton. 

Parker, Miss Augustine. Hobgood. 

Palmer, Miss Emma M., Littleton. 

Arrington, Miss Maude. Aurelian 
Springs. 

Parker. Miss Frances, Heathsville. 

Dickens, Miss Theresa. Halifax. 

Bustin, Miss Dela, Enfield. 

Wright, Miss Viola. Littleton. 

McGuire, Miss Clare Egan, Little- 
ton. 

MaCriiire, Miss Helen P., Littleton. 

Johnston, Miss Connie W.. Littleton. 

Johnston, Miss Ella L., Littleton. 

Anderson, Miss Beatrice, Elkton. 

Robertson, Miss Mary L., Kitchen. 

Vaughan, Miss Pattie <).. Tillery. 

Williams. Miss Marie. Ringwood. 

Ousby, Miss Rebe, Halifax. 

Bennett, Miss Lizzie, Warrenton. 

Peele, Miss Evie. Palmyra. 

Whitaker. Miss Ertie. Littleton. 

Pittman, Miss Mamie E.. Whitakers. 

Perry. Miss Helen. Scotland Neck. 

Branch, Miss Annie L., Weldon. 

Carter. Miss Mattie L.. Kitchen. 

Williford, Miss Nonie, Scotland 
Neck. 

Sugg, Miss Lucy C, Tarboro. 

Barkley, Miss Lillian. Roanoke 
Rapids. 

Whitehead, Miss Daile, Scotland 
Neck. 

Daniel, Miss Helen L., Halifax. 

Daniel. Miss Tempie T.. Airlie. 

Dickens, Miss Dora. Halifax. 

• 'lark. Miss Jimmie, Creek. 

Hunter. Miss Mamie, Brinkleyville. 

Hunter. Miss Myra. Brinkleyville. 

Savage, Miss Margaret, A.. Scotland 
Neck. 

Whitehead, Miss Mary L„ Scotland 
Neck. 

Badger, Miss Mary E„ Rosemary. 

Wills, Miss Mary. Brinkleyville. 

Hancock. Miss Bessie, Scotland 
Neck. 

Daniel, Miss Pennie W.. Roanoke 



Rapids. 

Rosser, Miss Daisy E. Rosser, Essex. 

Bobbitt, Miss Willemia, Enfield. 

Barham, Miss Alice P., Halifax. 

Phelps. Miss Fannie R., Scotland 
Neck. 

Dunn, Miss Minnie K., Scotland 
Neck. 

Moore, Miss Lou V., Battleboro. 

Whitehead, Miss M. Elizabeth, Scot- 
land Neck. 

Lucas, E. W., Enfield. 

Inge, Miss Linda, Weldon. 

Hardee, Miss Rachael, Enfield. 

Carter, Miss Julia, Littleton. 

Crawley, Miss Josephine, Littleton. 

Bowers. Pryor, Roanoke Rapids. 

Pike. Miss Dorothy E., Glenview. 

Rosser, Miss Mary W., Essex. 

Hartsell. Miss Sarah J.. Aurelian 
Springs. 

Robinson. Miss Mary D.. Littleton. 

Quincy, Miss Margaret, Enfield. 

Clark, E. H., Halifax. 

Hartsell. Miss Lilly I.. Littleton. 

Bennett. Miss Ethel W., Littleton. 

Leggett, Mrs. J .W.. Hobgood. 

Blanchard. Miss Sarah, Aurelian 
Springs. 



HALIFAX. 

Population, 1909, HOO. 

Tax Rate:. 40c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor— John H. Farmer. 
Chief of Polite — D. C. Femur. 
Treasurer — J. H. Batts. 
Tax Colleetoi — F. H. Gregory. 
Postmaster— W. A. Willeox. 
R. R. Agent — R. II. Merchant, At- 
lantic Coast Line. 

Express Agent — R. H. Merchant. 
Southern Express Co. 

Telegraph Manager — R. H. Mer- 
chant, Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist— J. E. Holden. Pastor. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Roanoke Hotel. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Halifax — W. H. S. Bur- 
gwyn. President: Fletcher H. Greg- 
ory, Cashier. 

DRUGGISTS. 
The Fnrgerson Drug Co. 

DOCTORS. 
Fnrgerson. H. B. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
The Froelick Trading Co. 
Hale. C. H. 
Hale. B. H. 
Campbell, D. M. 
Richards, S. A. W. 
Bell, D. C. (col.) 

GROCERS. 
Stedman, N. L., & Co. (Wholesale). 

JEWELERS. 
Grady, L. G. 



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LAWYERS. 

Travis, E. L. 
LI'MBEK M'F'B'S. AND 

Vaugnan, T. O. 



DEALERS. 



WELDON. 
Population, 1909, 2.000. No. white 
polls, 101 ; No. colored polls, 145. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty, $825,000. 

Tax Rate, 50e. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — W. W. Wiggins. 
Chief of Polite — S. M. Dickens. 
City Clerk — I). E. Stainback. 
Treasurer — W. M. Cohen. 
Tax Collet-tor — S. M. Dickens. 
City Attorney — W. E. Daniel. 
City Supt. of Health— I. E. Green. 
Postmaster — J. O. Burton. 
R. R. Agents— H. L. Grant. Atlantic 
Coast Line; C. 1'. Rodwell, Seaboard 
Air Line. 

Express Agent— H. M. Toe, South- 
ern Express Co. 

Telephone Manager — H. H. Fans, 
Home Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist— J. G. Blalock, Pastor. 
Episcopal— H. H. Phelps. Rector. 
Methodist— S. E. Mercer, Pastor. 
Presbyterian— J. S. Wood, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Weldon Graded Schools — R. H. 
Latham. Superintendent. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Weldon Hotel. 
Evans House. 
Rowe, Mrs. H. G. 
Ingle, Mrs. A. M. 

ARCHITECTS. 
Daniel, R. T. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Weldon— W. E. Daniel, 
President ; W. R. Smith. Cashier. 

First National Bank— W. H. S. Bur- 
gwyn. President : J. T. Gooch, 
Cashier. 

BAKERS. 
Mountcastle. M. T. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Chockavotte Brick Co. 
Weldon Brick & Land Improve- 
ment Co. 

Roanoke Brick Co. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
Weldon Shoe Co. 
Stainback. A. L. 
Gregory, P. C. ..V C. VY. 

BOOK STORES. 
Spier Bros. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Parker, W. T. 
Medlin, E. T. 
COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Weldon Cotton Manufacturing Co. 
Shaw Cotton Mills (Inc.) 



Balfour Knitting Co. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Pair. M. C. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

House. T. M. 
COAX AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Turner. .7. S. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Stainback, P. N. 
Farber, H. 

COTTON GINS. 
Fierce & Garner. 
Emery. T. L. 

DEFARTMENT STORES. 
Gregory, P. C. & C. W. 
Stainback, A. L. 
Spiers Bros. 

DENTISTS. 
Ward, AY. J. 

TOBACCO DEALERS. 
Evans. J. T. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Cohen. W. M. 
Zollicoffer, A. R. 

DOCTORS. 
Green; I. E. 
Zollicoffer, N. R. 
Zollicoffer, D. B. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Tillery, W. B. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 
Roanoke Navigation & Water 
Power Co. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 
Gentry. W. R. 

Fl RNITFRE DEALERS. 
Weldon Furniture Co. 
GROCERS. 
Weldon Grocery Co. (Wholesale). 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Pierce-Wbltehead Hardware Co. 
Clark. E. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Stainback, P. N. (Fire). 
Stainback. A. L. (Life). 
Stainback. D. E. (Fire. 

ualty). 

JEWELERS. 

Waller, J. H. 

LAWYERS. 
Daniel. W. E. 
Green. Geo. C. 
Clark. E. T. 
Harrison. T. C. 
LIMBER M-F'R-S. AND DEALERS. 
Weldon Lumber Co. 
Florence Lumber Co. 
House Manufacturing Co. 
House. A. C. Lumber Co. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
Pierce-Whitehead Hardware Co. 
PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Weldon Furniture Co. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Harrell's Printing House. 
Hayward. E. L., Job Printer. 
Weldon Printing Co. 



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NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Roanoke News — Jolm \V. Sledge, 
Editor. 

Eastern Sentinel — H. B. Harrell, 
Editor. 

SHINGLE DEALER*. 
Turner, J. S. 

TAILORS. 
Rowe. A. W. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Rowe. H. G. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Spiers, H. C. 



SCOTLAND NECK. 

Population, 1909: 1.750, estimated; 
No. white polls, 170 ; No. colored polls. 
7G. 

Value real estate. $472,905; value 
personal property, $403,890. 

Tax Rate, 75c. on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $15,500. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — P. S. Livermore. 

Chief of Police — C. W. Dunn. 

City Clerk— J. E. Shields. 

Treasurer — Stuart Smith. 

Tax Collector — C. W. Dunn. 

City Supt. of Health — H. I. Clark. 

Postmaster— E. H. Hill. 

R. R. Agent — E. L. Brown, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

Express Agent — E. L. Brown, South- 
ern Express Co. 

Telephone Manager— B. F. Weaver, 
Carolina Tel. & Tel. Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — R. A. McFarland, Pastor. 

Episcopal — C. G. Bradley, Rector. 

Methodist — Chas. A. Jones. Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Scotland Neck Graded School — 
Ashby Dunn, Supt; Miss May Rainey, 
Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Scotland Neck Hotel. 

Whitehearst. Mrs. 

Bowers. Mrs. 

Gray, T. F. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Scotland Neck Bank — A. McDowell, 
President; F. P. Shields. Cashier. 

Planters & Commercial Bank — 
Claude Kitchin, President : O. J. 
Moore. Cashier. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Madrv. D. A. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Hancock, W. T., Co. 

Edwards & Co. 

Pittman & Bishop. 

Hoffman, M., & Bro. 

Josy, R. C, & Co. 

White & Powell. 

.Tosv. N. B., Co. 

Madry, J. W. 

Allsbrook Co. 

Powell, E. E. 

Jenkins. Mrs. K. 



BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Gardner, P. C. 
Hill, J. D. 
Taylor, W. A. 
Lowe. E. M. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'RS 
Brantley, W. A. 
Woolard, J. E. 
Braxton, E. L., & Co. 
Marks, \V. M. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILES. 
Scotland Neck Cotton Mills. 
Crescent Hosiery Co. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Austin, J. H. 
Hancock Grocery Co. 
Steaklad, A., & Son. 
Ray, J. D. 

Howard Grocery Co. 
Robertson. J., & Co. 
Ellsbold. Wilson. 
CONTRACTORS AND Bl ILDERS. 
Keel. Payton. 
Manning, R. J. 
Speed, J. H. 
Rowe & Dickens (col.) 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Bowers & Co. 
Madry, J. R. 
Kitchin, S. B. 
Josv Hardware Co. 

CLOTHIERS AND MENS 

FURNISHERS. 
Hancock, W. T., Co. 
Edwards & Co. 
Pittman & Bishop. 
Hoffman, M., & Bro. 
Josev. R. C, & Co. 
White & Powell. 
Josey. N. B., & Co. 

COTTON GINS. 
The Cotton, Oil & Ginning Co. 
Moore, A. K. 

DENTISTS. 
Liverman, A. C. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Whitehead, E. T.. Co. 
DOCTORS. 
Clark, H. I. 
YVimberley. J- P- 
Smith. O. F. 
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Hancock, W. T.. Co. 
Edwards & Co. 
Pittman & Bishop. 
Strickland. A., & Son. 
Hoffman, M., & Bro. 
Josey, R. C, & Co. 
White & Powell. 
Josev. N. B., Co. 
Madry. J. M. 
Allsbrook. Wilson. 
Jenkins. Mrs. K. 
Powell, E. E. 
Evans. W. E. 
Bunch, J. D. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 
Scotland Neck Electric Light & 



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Power Co. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 

House. K. L. 

Ausborn, J. II. 

Hancock & Peterson. 

Strickland, A., & Sou. 

Flvthe & Flvthe. 

Allsbrook, J. W. 

Robertson, .1. W. 
I ERT1LIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Josey, X. B., Co. 

Hoffman, M., & Bro. 

Edwards & < !o. 

.losev. R. C. & Co. 

Hancock, W. T.. Co. 

White & Powell. 

Ritfgs & Johnson. 
FISH AND OVSTER DEALERS. 

Allsbrook. B. A. 

Hill. J. D. (col.) 

linker. .Tames E. (col.) 

FIRNITURE DEALERS. 

Scotland Xeck Furniture Co. 
GROCERS. 

Lewis & Co. (Wholesale). 

Bowen & Co. (Wholesale). 

Madry, It. .1. (Wholesale). 

Scotland Neck Grocery Co. (Whole- 
sale). 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Hardy Hardware Co. 

.Tosev Hardware Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Shiers & Hill (Fire and Life). 

Allsbrook. Barnard (Fire and Life). 

Alexander, J. H. ( Fire). 

Josey. C. H. (Fire and Life). 

Bowers. J. P». (Fire). 

Horn. K. I,. (Life). 

JEWELERS. 

Riff. F. A. 

LAWYERS. 

Kitchin, A. P. 

Kitchin & Smith. 

Smith. R. H. 

Dunn. Albion. 

Dunn, S. A. 
Ll'MBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 

Polemah. J. S. 

Dunn. S .F. 

White. W .H. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Crescent Hosiery Co. (Stockings 
and Shirts). 

Scotland Neck Cotton Mills (Sheets 
and Hosiery). 

Cotton Oil & Grocery Co. (Cotton 
Seed Oil). 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Whitehead. E. T.. Co. 
Hardy Hardware Co. 
Josej) Hardware Co. 

PAINTERS. 
McDaniel, R. A. Sisn.) 
Litchworth, E. L. 
Macklin, John. 
Burns. Jim (col.) 
Davis. Frank (col.) 



P LIMBERS. 
Gray, R. H. 
Roberson, A. S. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Jones, R. Ivey. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
The < 'ommonwealth. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Pokers- White Lumber Co. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Josey, X. B., Co. 
Hoffman. M., & Bro. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Mochlin, John 
Whitehead, E. T.. & Co. 
Savage, J. Y. 



IIOBGOOD. 

Incorporated in 1892. 
Population, 1909: Whites. 200; col- 
ored, 50; total. 250. 

Value real estate. $50,000; value per- 
sonal property, $20,000. 

Tax Rate: 20c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — W. G. Hedgepeth. 
Postmaster — I. M. Parker. 
Chief of Police — O. F. Clark. 
R. R. Agent— R. M. Prince. Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

.Manager Telegraph — R. M. Prince. 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — Rev. Mr. Vernon, Pastor. 
Methodist — W. F. Galloway. Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Hobgood Academy. 

DOCTORS. 
Leggett, K. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Lessett. K. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Shields. R. J. 
Heduepeth. W. G. 
Bradley, S. D. 
Clark. <». P., & Co. 
Hobgood Grocery Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Shields. R. J. 
Ruffln, Mrs. W. T. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Shields. R. J. 
Ruffln. W. T. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
White. W. P. (Saw Mill). 



RING WOOD. 

Incorporated in lstiT. 
Population. 1901): 150. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — C. A. Williams. 

Tax Collector — W. J. Mohome. 

Chief of Police — W. F. Ophelia. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist — S. A. Cotten. Pastor. 
Episcopal — Rev. Mr. Hoover, Rector. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Williams. C. A. 



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DOCTORS. 

Matthews. G. E. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Williams, W. T. 
Bobbitt, B. E. 
Williams, C. A. 
Whiteliurst, J. H. 



col- 



TILLERY. 
Incorporated in 1888. 
Population. 1909: Whites. 100 
ored, 300; total. 400. 

Value real estate. $20,000; value per- 
sonal property. $100,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — W. D. Dickens. 
Postmaster — <J. N. Muniphortl. 
Chief of Police — J. R. Weeks. 
R. R. Agent— J. B. Flaugher, At- 
lantic Coast Line. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist— Rev. Mr. Britt, Pastor. 
Episcopal— Rev. Mr. Bradley. Rec- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Tillery Public School — Miss Jennie 
Sewell, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Register, F. M. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Gregory, P. C, & Co. 
Stedman. N. L. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
N. C. Lumber Co. (Lumber). 



ENFIELD. 

Incorporated in IS.jT. 

Population, 1909: Whites. 950; -col- 
ored, 450; total, 1.400. 

Value real estate. $248.43:5: value 
personal property. $265,009. 

Tax Rate, 40c. on the $100. 

Mayor— W. T. Clement. 

Postmaster— T. II. Dickens. 

Chief of Police— J. F. Whitehead. 

R. R. Agent— E. L. Whithead. At- 
lantic Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — E. L. V\ hlte- 
head. Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian— Jno. S. Moore. Pas- 

t0r - c ^ T IT" 

Methodist Episcopal, South— J. i^- 
Holden, Pastor. 

Baptist — ('. G. Lowe. Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — C. L. Whit- 
aker, Pastor. 

Episcopal— Rev. Mr. Phelps. Rector. 
SCHOOLS AM'/ ACADEMIES. 

Enfield Graded School — C. L. Whit- 
aker. Superintendent. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Enfield — Geo. B. Curtis, 
President; Ivey Watson. Cashier. 

Commercial & 7 r armers Bank — S. C. 
Bellamy. President: I'. < >. Petway, 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Collins. Jno. A. 



Harrison, A. S. 
Parker, F. M. 
Whitaker. L. T. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Harrison's Pharmacy. 
Whitaker's Drug Store. 
P.eavan's Drug Store. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Curtis-Pierson Co. 
Randolph Supply Co. 
Mathews. .1. R. 
Hunter. R. E., Agent. 
Meyer, S. 
Lawrence Bros. 
Holloway, S. B., & Co. 
Parker Bros. 
Boseman, J. T. 
Britt, J. B. 
Kimball. W. G. 
McGwigan, C. E. 
Shields. W. S. 
Branch. Frank. 
Marshall. J. T. 
Kimball Hardware Co. 
Burgess, W. J. 
Sorrie, J. W. 
Stallings Co. 
Wood. I. T.. & Co. 
Bobliitt Grocery Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Enfield Hotel. 
.Tames Hotel. 
Whitaker, Miss O. H. 
Mathews. II. C. 
Smith, Mrs. Mary. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Clerk. .las. H. 
Branch. Frank. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Enfield Hosiery Mills. 
Enfield Casket & Hardware Co. 
Enfield Basket & Hoop Factory. 
Caudrey, J. E. (Saw Mills). 
Parker & Horn. 
Dunn, .Tno. B. 

LAWYERS. 

Dunn. R. C. 
Zollicoffer, D. B.. Jr. 

DENTISTS. 

Highsmith, C. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Britt, R. B. 
Watson. Ivey. 
Petway. P. O. 
Robertson, J. J. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
The Progress— Theo. M. Cooper, 
Editor. 



LITTLETON. 

Population. 1909: Whites. 1.000; col- 
ored. 500: total. 1,500. 

Value of real estate. $400,000; value 
personal property. $200,000. 

Tax Rate: 3.1c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — L. Vinson. 

Postmaster — McM. Furgerson. 

Chief of Police— .7. F. Cullom. 



•J IS 



HALIFAX COUNTY. 






R. R. Agent — A. M. Newsoni, Sea- 
board Air Line. 

.Manager Telegraph — A. M. Newsom, 
Western Union ; R. E. Morris, Postal- 
Cable Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist Episcopal, South — II. H. 
Willis, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — S. E. Mercer, 
Pastor. 

Presbyterian — Rev. Viser, Pastor. 

Episcopal — Francis Joyner, Rector. 

Baptist — J. P. Bowers, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Littleton Female College — J. M. 
Rhodes. President. 

Littleton High School— L. W. Bag- 
ley, Principal. 

Central Academy — J. B. Aiken. 
Principal. 

Littleton Public 
Marion Johnston, 
Rosa Johnston. Miss 
sistants. 

BANKS AND 

Bank of Littleton 
President ; H. F. Bonney, Cashier. 

Planters Bank — T. J. Miles, Presi 
dent: M. J. Grant, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Alston. Willis. 

Browning, B. Ray. 

McRae. Neill. 

Perry. E. A. 

Green. Eugene. 

DENTISTS. 

Perry, E. B.. Jr. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Littleton Pharmacy. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Johnston, Eugene. 
Stallings, S. J. 
Moore, C. G. 
Nelson. M. 
May. W. H. 
Farrv Hardware So. 
Williams, T. C. 
Newsom, J. F., & Son. 
Bobbitt, E. C. & J. 0. 
Faiber, Wm. 



School — Mrs. 
Principal; Mrs. 
Mary Spruill, as- 

BANKERS. 

-J. H. Harrison, 



Rose, D 


J. 




Harvey. 


W. R. 




Worthin 


gton, J. 


W. 


Vick, G. 


T. 




Harrison. V. T. 




Bobbitt. 


W. S. 




Bobbitt, 


J. H. 




Littleton Feed & 


( irocery 


Riggan, 


R. I. 




Harris, 


Alston. 




< 'ardee, 


H. J. 




Stallette 


. E. E. 




Furgerson, Will 




Gem Grocerv Go 




Eastern 


( troeery 


Co. 


My rick, 


J. J.. & 


Son. 


OTELS 


AND BOARDING 


Spring 


Park. 





Co. 



Bon Air. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

W. II. Thornton. 
Thornton, Mrs. Pattie. 

MANUFACTl RING PLANTS. 

Sterling Manufacturing Co. (Dressed 
Lumber and Wood-working and Gin- 
nery). 

Worlett. E. 10. (Dressed Lumber. 
Ginnery). 

Littleton Bottling Works (Soft 
Drinks). 

Littleton Hosiery Mills (Seamless 
Hosiery). 
BITLDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Peaples Building & Loan Associa- 
tion. 

LAWYERS. 

Daniel. S. G. 

Pippin, Jos. 1'. 

Picot. Jno. M. 

Furgerson, McM. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Spruill & Perry. 

Alston. T. C. 

Harrison. T. N. 

BROKERS. 

Green. A. W. 



HOCSES. 



ROANOKE RAPIDS. 

Population. 1009, 2.000; No. white 
polls. 250; No. colored polls, 5. 

Value real estate, $260,000; value 
personal property. S40.000. 

Tax Rate: 33 l-3c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — H. C. Irvin. 
. Chief of Police — E. R. Robbins. 

City Clerk — J. M. Jackson. 

Treasurer — R. W. Brown. 

Tax Collector — E. It. Robbins. 

City Attorney — A. L. Clark. 

City Supt. of Health— S. B. Pierce. 

Postmastei — W. S. Saunders. 

R. R. Agent — G. B. Crews. Seaboard 
Air Line. 

Express Agent — G. B. Crews, Sonth- 
ren Express Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— G. G. O'Neill, Pastor. 

Episcopal-H. H. Phelps. Rector. 

Methodist— W. A. Piland. Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Roanoke Rapids Graded School — A. 
E. Akers. Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Warrick Hotel. 

Higgins Hotel. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Roanoke Rapids — W. I 



Rurgwyn, 
Cashier. 

Wood. W 
COTTON 

Roanoke 
Rosemary 



President ; S. B. Pierce, 

BAKERS. 

. W. 

AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Mills Co. 
Manufacturing Co. 



Patterson Cotton Mill. 
Carolina Fiber Co. 



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Roanoke Rapids Paper Mfg. Co. 
COAL, AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Robinson, J. P. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Roanoke Pharmacy. 

DOCTORS. 
Pierce. S. B. 
Irwin, H. C. 

DRV GOODS AND 
Hancock-House Co. 
Marks. B. 
Kaplin, I. J. 
Tillerv, W. D. 
(ilover, E. P.., & Bro. 
POWER AND LIGHT 

Roanoke Rapids 
W;itor Power Co. 

Roanoke Rapids Power Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Ballard & Bros. (Fire). 
Brown, R. W. (Fire). 
Lawson (Life). 

JEWELERS. 
Lvncb, W. G. 

LAWYERS. 
Clark, A. L. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALKKS. 
Roanoke Pharmacy. 
Tillerv. W. D. 

PAINTERS. 
Daughtry, Van. 



NOTIONS. 



COMPANIES. 

Navigation & 



PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Hodses. J. B. 

UNDERTAKERS. 

Glover, E. B. 



imi; col- 
value 



PALMYRA. 

Population, 1909: Whites 
ored, 75; total, 175. 

Value real estate. $100,000 
personal property, $25,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — W. L. Mizell. 
Postmaster — L. J. Baker. 
Chief of Police — Cleveland Alsbrook. 
R. R. Agent — C. H. Robertson. At- 
lantic Coast Line. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist — W. F. Galloway, Pastor. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Baker & Roberson. 
Ausborn, E. B. 
Peele, W. M. 
Stephenson. J. B. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Hyman. Mrs. E. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Baker & Roberson. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Baker, L. I. (Saw Mill. Cotton Gin). 



HARNETT COUNTY. 



COUNTY SEAT. LILLINGTON. 



Formed in 1855: organized in 1858. Named in honor of Cornelius Harnett. 

Area, 840 square miles. 

Population, 17,435. White males, 6,125; white females, 6,195; negro males, 
2.394; negro females. 2.046; foreign born. 34. 

Value of real estate. $2,246,493; value of personal property, SI. 806.305. 

Property listed in 19()'.» by whites. $3,893,614; by negroes, $158,926. 

No. of Schools: For whites. 58; for negroes. 23. 

Tax Rate: County purposes. 63 2-3c. on the $100; bridges, 2c; special, 20c. 
County bonded debt. $76,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 945. Worked, two townships by taxation, bal- 
ance by Old System. ' 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 20.02 miles, assessed value $585,144.46 

The Pullman Co.. assessed value ,_ 1,081.21 

Southern Express Co.. assessed value 5.800.40 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. assessed value 3,366.88 

Cardenas Telephone Co., assessed value 128.00 

Benson Telephone Co... assessed value 1,500.00 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 8,478.00 

Durham i\: Southern Railroad. 20.62 miles, assessed value 169.406.95 

Raleigh & Southport Railway. 21.75 miles, assessed value 106.952.48 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 1,634.60 

Clinton & Dunn Telephone Co., assessed value 30.00 

Postal Telegraph & Cable Co.. assessed value 3,528.00 

Superior Court Terms: 5th September; 14th November; 7th February; 
23rd May. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— Floyd H. Tay- 
lor. Lilting ton. 

sheriff — .lames B. Lanier, Lillington. 



Register of Deeds — Allen 
Lillington. 

Treasurer — Joseph H. 
Lillington. 



M. Shaw. 
Williams, 



:.-.n 



HARNETT COUNTY. 



of Schools — .T. 
County Home- 



I). Ezzell. 
-Math. R. 



Coroner — Jo. 10. Caviness, Lillington. 

Surveyor — Daniel McCormick, Cam- 
lirci. 

Co. Supt. of Health— L. .1. Arnold. 
Lillingtou. 

Co. supt. 
Dunn. 

Supt. of 

Morgan. 

Co. Board of Education — T. W. Har- 
rington, Broadway, II. F. I). No. 1; 

.1. M. Hodges. Linden ; O. Bradley. 
Kipling. 

County Commissioners — R. G. Tay- 
lar (chrm.)i Dunn; T. A. Harrington, 
Broadway. R. F. D. No. 3; .las. A. 
Smith, Kipling; D. P. McDonald. Lil- 
lington. R. F. D. No.- 3; W. H. Tur- 
lington. Dunn, R. F. D. No. 2. 

County Board of Elections — II T. 
Spears, Lillington : E. F. Young, 
Dunn ; .1. 15. Holland. Dunn. 

J I STICES OF THE PEACE. 
Anderson Township — Xiven Bay, 
Cambro; .1. S. Johnson. Cambro ; I Mm - 



D. P. Bay, 



O. P. 
Dunn ; 



Clark. Broad- 
John Darroch. 
D. Waddell, 



can Darroch, Cambro; 
Cambro. 

Averastioro — E. Lee. Dunn : 
Shell, Dunn : Y. L. Stephens. 
J. F. Phillips, Dunn. 

Barbecue — John A. 
way, B. F. D. No. 2: 
Swannx Station : A, 
Swanns Station. 

Black River— B. E. Barber. Angier ; 
AY. H. Gregory, Angier; J. (J. John- 
son. Angier: J. W. Flowers, Angier; 
J. A. Hockaday, Angier. 

Buckhom — W. A. Avent. Fuquay 
Springs. R. F. D. No. 1: L. S. Morris, 
Fuquay Springs. B. F. D. Xo. 1; J. D. 
Champion, Fuquay Springs. B. F. D. 
Xo. 1. 

Duke— C. J. Smith. Duke: H. V. 
Moulton. I Mike: W. II. Lucas. Duke; 
Til. G. Fowler. Duke; E. S. Yarbor- 
o'ugh, Duke. 

Hector's Creek — AY. B. Johnson. Fu- 
quay Springs, B. F. D. Xo. 1 ; A. A. 
Johnson, Fuquay Springs. B. F. D. 
Xo. 1 ; A. L. Baughcom, Fuquay 
Springs, B. F. D. Xo. 1. 

(■rove Creek — A. F. Grimes. Coats; 
W. A. Johnson, Coats: D. A. Holland, 
Coats: A'. W. Wellington, Coat-;: J. A. 
Stewart. Coats; John A. Turlington, 
Coats. 

Lillington — J. X. Fuquay, Lilling- 
ton; S. \Y. Withers, Lillington; J. E. 
Ligon. Lillington. 

Mill's Creek— J. D. Upchurch, 
• reek: B. B. Crowder, Buie's 
X A. Stewart. Buie's Creek. 

Stewart's Creek— B. A. Dollar 
U. F. D. Xo. 1 ; S. Al. Hobbs, 
B. F. D. Xo. 1. 

Upper Little Rivei — T. A. Harring- 
ton. Broadway, B. F. D. Xo. 1; J. B 



I F. Stewart. Broadway, R. F. D. Xo. 
|1; Tom II. Cummings, Broadway, B. 
I F. D. No. 1 : G. V. Mimms, Broadway, 
R. F. D. Xo. 1: W. A. Page, Lilling- 
ton, R. F. D. Xo. 2; X. A. S. McLean, 
j Lillington. R F. 1). Xo. •_'. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Presbyterian — C. L. Bragaw, Broad- 
way. R. F. D. No. •!. 

Methodist — AY. ('. Martin, Lilling- 
ton. 

Baptist — B. Townsend, Holly 
Springs. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 
McKay, J. A., Lillington, R. F. I). 
Xo. 1. 

McKay, A. AL, Lillington. R. F. D. 
Xo. 3. 

Spence, B. T.. Fuquay Springs. It. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Rosser. Robert. .Tonesboro, R. F. I>. 
Xo. 2. 

Alelvin. W. C, Duke. R. F. D. No. 2. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Johnson. W. J.. Cambro. 
McLean, Don M., Lillinston, R. F. 
D. No. -*5. 

Dongul, W. AL. Lillington, B. F. 1). 
Xo. 2. 

Rich, Chas.. Lillington, R. F. D. 
Xo 1. 

Spence. R. T., Chalk Level. 
Smith. X. A.. Kipling. 
Unchurch, J. C. Lillington, No. 1. 
Allen. Aliller. Bunn Level. 
Sexton. J. A., Harnett. 
Smith. F. S.. Lillington, B. F. D. 
Xo. 2. 
Mason, B. 1\. Lillington, B. F. D. 
i Xo 2. 

CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Caviness. J. E.. Lillington. 
Johnson. AA" J.. Cambro. 
Rich. Z.. Lillington, B. F. D. No. 2. 
Sikes. W. II.. Lillington, R. F. D. 
Xo. 2 

McLeod, X.. & Son. .Tonesboro. R. F. 
D. Xo. 2. 

SAW MILLS. 
Sexton. J. A.. Harnett. 
Faucett, H. T.. Lillington. R. F. D. 
Xo. 2. 

Lillington. 



S 



R. F. 
II.. Lillington, R. F. 
A.. Lillington, R. F. 



D. 

D. 
D. 



Buie's 
Creek ; 

Duke, 
Duke. 



Smith. E. 
Xo. 2. 

Sikes, AA'. 
Xo. 2. 

Green, J. 
No 1. 

Johnson. AA". J.. Cambro. 

McLaughlin, X.. Lillington. 

Dupree-AIassengill Co., (Milling 
Plant). 

PI BLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

ALLean. J. A., Dunn. 
Wade. Aliss Pauline. Dunn. 
Frances. Aliss Etta. Dunn. 
Ferris, Aliss Bessie. Dunn. 
Edwards. Aliss Pauline, Dunn. 
Leggett, Aliss Virginia, Dunn. 



HARNETT COUNTY. 



-'.-,1 



Wright, Miss Mamie, Dunn. 

Hyinan, Miss Mary, Dunn. 

Dixon, Miss Delia, Dunn. 

Millard, Miss Llewellyn, Dunn. 

Dorman, Miss Rossie, Dunn, K. P. 
D. No. 2. 

McLean, Miss Fannie. Broadway, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Stewart, Miss Susan. Dunn, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Johnson, Miss Lena, Four oaks, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Miller, B. F., Dunn. R. F. 1). No. •">. 

McLamb, Miss Geneva, Dunn. R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Jernigan. 

Cameron, 
F. D. No. 1. 

McLaughlin, Miss Margaret, Jones- 
boro, R. F. D. No. 3. 



Miss Sallie, Dunn. 
Miss Bessie, Cameron, 



R. 



Angier. 

Auia, Lillington, 



R. 



Russell, T. A.. 

Wooten, Miss 
F. D. No. 1. 

Johnson, J. G., Cardenas. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Johnson, J. S., Angier. 

Stephenson, W. H., Angier. 

Green, Miss Lula, Angier. 

Page, Miss Lela. Buie's Creek. 

Champion, J. D.. Fuquay Springs, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Cade. Miss Madgie. Kipling. 

T'tl.ey, Miss Nannie. Holly Springs. 

Johnson. W. H.. Buie's Creek. 

Stephenson, I. J.. Angier. 

McLeod. R„ Benson. R. F. D. No. 3. 

Young, O. S.. Benson. R. F. I). No. :;. 

Stewart. C. D.. Coats. 

Haywood, Miss Alice, Coats. 

Harring, Miss Pauline. Dunn. 

Miss Mittie, Buie's Creek. 
S. G.. Buie's Creek. 
C. D., Dunn, R. F. D. 



M 



Lillie. Coats. 
Kipling. 
Flossie. Kipling. 
M.. Chalybeate Springs. 
ss Rachel, Chalybeate 



Miss Maude. 
Miss Lula I'... 



Fuquay 
Fuquay 



Holland 

Gardner, 

McNeelv, 
No. 3. 

Smith. Miss 

Page, J. M. 

Creen, Miss 

Pearson. W. 

Smith 
Springs. 

Gilbert. 
Springs. 

Sessoms, 
Springs. 

Burt, J. J.. Holly Springs. 
Gilbert, Miss Mary. Fuquay Sprii 
Shawver, G. W., Rock Branch. 
Cameron. O. L., Rock Branch. 
Pierce, Miss Katie. Cambro. 
I'artin, C. R.. Angier. 

Cartwright, Miss Clintonia, Lilling- ! 
ton. 
Hornaday. Miss Burnice, Lillington. | 
Murray, J. J., Lillington. 
Wetmore. Miss Anne. Duke. 
Smith, Miss Flora, Duke. 
Thomas. Miss Rosa. Duke. 
Ratcliffe, Miss Mattie, Duke 
Culberson, Miss Ruth, Duke 



F. 



Hunter, Miss Emma, Duke. 

Hall, Miss Maymie, Duke. 

Monroe, Miss Maggie, Dunn. It. 
D. No. 4. 

Camerson, Miss Gussie, Pineview. 

Campbell, J. A., Buie's Creek. 

Page, Miss Theresa. Buie's Creek. 

Upchurch, Miss Oola, Lillington. R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Withers, Mrs. J. H.. Lillington. 

McLean, Miss Annie B.. Dunn. 

Austin, Miss Lillie, Duke, It. 1". I>. 
No. 1. 

Dunn. S. J.. Duke. R. F. I). No. 1. 

Camerson, Miss Mildred. Jonesbor >. 
No. 3. 

Smith. Miss Beulah. Kipling. 

Cummings, J. C, Broadway. It. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Harrington. T. A.. Broadway, It. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Smith, M. B., Broadway, It. F. 1>. 
No. 2. 

Mcintosh, Miss Ola I!.. Broadway, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

McCormick, Miss Jane. Cambro. 

McDonald, Miss Mary. Cambro. 

Harrington, Miss Maude, Broadway. 

Withers, Ben., Broadway. It. I\ D. 
No. 2. 

Johnson, W. H.. Angier. 

Cox. Miss Ola B., Broadway, It. F. 
I). No. 2. 

McCormick. Miss Jane. Cambro. 

Fitchette. Miss Emma. Duke. It. I'. 
D. No. 1. 

Harris, Miss Alice. Duke. It. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Smith, Miss Nellie. Chalybeate 
Springs. 

Smith, Miss Ernie. Cardenas. It. F. 
D. Xo. 1. 

Martin, Robert L.. Broadway. 

Bryan, Miss Bella. Falcon. 

McCormick, Miss Flora. Cambro. 
COTTON GINS. 

Moulton, H. Y.. Averasboro. 

Parrish, Rufus, Turlington. 

MasonB ros.. Leaflet. 

Smith. E. S.. Leaflet. 

McKay. J. A.. Dickinson. 

Spence. R. T., Chalk Level. 

Johnson & Upchurch, Buie's Creek. 

McLeod, N.. & Sons. Harrington. 

Smith. N. A.. Kipling. 

Bradley. Will. Chalybeate Springs. 

Spencer. G. W.. Chalybeate Springs. 

Weathers. J. A., Polk. 

Avent, W. A.. Chalk Level. 

Matthews. L. D.. Kinling. 

McArton, John, Linden. 

Stewart. D. A.. Legal. 

McNeill & Co.. Harrington. 

Buchanan, B.. Mohawk. 

Lillington Ginnery, Lillington. 



LILLINGTON. 

Population. 1909, 505. No. white 
polls. 70: No. colored pedis. 11. 



HARNETT COUNTY. 



Value real estate, $112.L':?<> : value 
personal property, $55,275. 

Tax Rate: 25c. on the $100; poll, 
f5c. : floating debt. $7.">. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Neill Fuquay. 

Chief of Police — Jesse Johnson. 

City Clerk — E. S. Smith. 

Treasurer — Jessie Johnson. 

Tax Collector — Jesse Johnson. 

Standard-Keeper — J. H. Withers. 

City Attorney — E. S. Smith. 

City Supt. of Health— L. J. Arnold. 

Postmaster — Mrs. E. A. Atkins. 

R. R. Agents — Turner Matthews, 
Raleigh & Southport. 

Express Agent — Turner Matthews. 

Telegraph Manager — Turner Mat- j 
thews. Western Union. 

Telephone Manager — Essie Hund- 
ley, Bensou Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — B. Townsend. Pastor. 

Methodist— \Y. C. Martin, Pastor. 

Preshyterian — C. L. Bragaw. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Lillington High School--.!. J. Mur- 
ray, Principal; Miss Clintonia Cart- 
wright; .Miss Bernice Hornaday, As- 
sistants. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Caviness. 

Rogers Hotel. 

Johnson, F. I'. 

Arnold, Mrs. Maggie. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Shaw. J. M. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Lillington — Neill Smith, 
President; II. T. Spears. Cashier. 

National Bank — R. M. Nelson. Presi- 
dent M. P. Hirseh, Cashier. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Hoekaday & Marsh. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Lillington Supply Co. 

Parker Bros. & Johnson. 

Johnson, A. F. & A. M. 

Burwell. L. D. 

Ricks-Bryan Co. 

Johnson, J. D. 

BOOK STORES. 

Burwell. L. D. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Parker. Gilliam. 

Mavnard. J. G. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'R'S. 

Hoekaday & Marsh. 

Ricks-Bryan Co. 

McLamb & Nelson. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 



NOTIONS. 

M. 



DEALERS. 

Co. 



Fuquay, J. N. 

Pinkston. H. M. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Shaw. J. M. 

Oxendine, D. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Lillington Supply Co. 



Ricks-Bryan Co. 
Maynard, J. G. 

CLOTHIERS AND MENS 
El RNISHERS. 

Lillington Supply Co. 
Ricks-Bryan Co. 
Johnson, J. D. 
Burwell. L. I). ' 

COTTONS GINS. 
Hoekaday & Marsh. 
Salmon. Mrs. M. L. 

DRUGGISTS. 
McPherson 'Drug Co. 
Rogers. J. A.. & Co. 

DOCTORS. 
Withers, J. H. 
Caviness. J. E. 
Arnold. L. J. 

DRV GOODS AND 
Lillington Supply Co. 
Johnson. A. F. & 
Ricks-Bryan Co. 
Burwell. L. D. 
Johnson, J. D. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
Lillington Supply Co. 
Ricks-Bryan Co. 
Johnson. J. D. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Maynard. J. G. 
Parker. Gilliam. 

FURNITURE 
Lillington Supply 
Ricks-Brvan Co. 

GROCERS. 
Lillington Supply Co. 
Parker Bros. & Johnson. 
Johnson, A. F. & A. M. 
Ricks-Bryan Co. 
Johnson, J. D. 

HARDWARE 
Lillington Supply 
Parker Bros. & Johnson. 
Johnson. A. F. & A. M. 
Ricks-Bryan Co. 
Johnson, J. D. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Fuquay, J. N. (Firei. 
Spears. II. T. (Fire). 

JEWELERS. 
Hawler, C. D. 

LAWYERS. 
McLean. D. H. 
Baggett, Hiram. 
Bvrd, W. P. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S 
Ross. Chas., Co. 

NAVAL STORE DEALERS. 
Johnson. J. D. 
Stewart. H. C. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
McPherson Drug Co. 
Rogers, J. A., & Co. 

PAINTERS. 
Johnson, Jesse. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 

Lillington Supply Co. 
Parker Bros. & Johnson. 
Johnson. A. F. & A. M. 



DEALERS. 

Co. 



AND DEALERS. 



HARNETT COUNTY. 



Ricks-Bryan Co. 
Johnson, D. J. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Lillington News— .7. E. Ligou, Edi- 
tor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Baggett, Hiram. 

Mcpherson. A. P. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 

Boss, Charles, Co. 
I NDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Lilling ton Supply Co.^ (Coffins, etc.) 

Evans, Ed. (Undertakers). 



500; col- 
value 



id, At- 
Dur- 



R. O. Lane, 
M. Mouses. 



DUNN. 
Incorporated in 1S86. 
Population, 1909: White: 
ored, 500; total, 3,000. 

Value real estate. $378,203; 
personal property, $290,000. 
Tax Rate: $1.00 on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — R. L. Godwin. 
Postmaster — Thos. Jackson. 
Chief of Police — E. M. Lewis. 
R. R. Agent — .1 . W. Whitehe; 
lantic Coast Line; J. F. Womble 
ham & Southern. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES 
Methodist — F. A. Bishop. Pastor. 
Baptist — W. R. Cullom. Pastor. 
Free Mill Baptist — Chas. Johnson, 
Pastor. 

Christian or Disciple 
Pastor. 

Primitive Baptist — W 
1 astor. 
Holiness — A. G. Canaiba, Pastor. 
Catholic — Father Irwin. Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Dunn Graded School — Jno. A. Mc- 
Lean, Principal, with nine assistants. 
BANKS AND BANKERS. 
First National Bank — J. J. Wade. 
President; J. A. Culbretli. Cashier. 

Bank of Cape Fear — Jn 
President; T. V. Smith. 
DOCTORS. 
Sexton, C. H. 
Highsmith, Chas. 
Hicks. I. F. 
Denning, O. L. 
Hudson, W. L. 

DENTISTS. 
Goodwin, J. C. 
Wilson. O. L. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Wilson. G. L. 
Hood & Grantham (Inc.) 
JEWELERS. 
J. W. 

MERCHANDISE. 



E. Wilson. 
ashier. 



Jordan 

GERERAL 
Tavlor, J. A. 
Pursall, R. M. 
Crystal Market. 
Wade. J. L. 
Matton. H. O. 
Tart. E. M. 
Barnes & Giddens 
Wood. G. F. 



Black, H. A. 
Taylor, A. G. 
Prince, G. E. 
Cox. Mrs. J. C. 
Shell Cafe. 

Barnes & Holleday Co. 
Tart. P. G. A., & Son. 
Fleishman, B., & Bro. 
Bell, J. C. 
Smith & Cole. 
Jackson, W. s. 
Holland. W. 1». 
Holland cV- Adams. 
Luther & Co. 
Star Hord Co. 
Mouser. Wm. M. 
Baucom, Mrs. .1. W. 
Pope, Will. 
Wade. R. E. 
Bell, C. J., Bros. 
.Tones. W. .1. 
Pearsall, James. 
Jordan, J. E. 
Dupree. Lee. Co. 
Hatcher & Taylor. 
Pope it Warren. 
Thompson, J. L., Co. 
Norris Dry Goods Co. 
Gainy, M. F. 
Saulers, J. B. 
Harnett Dry Goods Co. 
Draughan, J. W., & Bro. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOISES. 
Young Hotel. 
Central Hotel. 
McLeod House. 
Bell House. 
Felton, Mrs. E. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Jernegan, L. P. 
Lane, W. H. 
Lance. J. W. & Co. 
Gerald, T. L., & Co. 
Ballance. J. H. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Dunn Hardwood Co. 
Newoerrv Bros. & Cowell. 

McKay. John A., Mfg. Co. 

Southern Lumber Co. 

Carey Lumber Co. 

Pope, G. F. 

Johnson, D. C. 

Tilghman Lumber Co. 

Thornton. J. W. 

Dunn Oil Co. 

Carolina Shuttle Co. 

Pope & Ballance. 

Purdie Hooks Co. 

Stephens-Howard Co. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Guide— J. P. Pittman, Editor. 
LAWYERS. 

Clifford, J. C. 

Godwin & Townsend. 

( todwin, R. L. 

Wilson, Joe A. 

Younar, E. F. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Taylor, J. A. 

Young, M. F. & C. R. 



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HARNETT COlXTY. 



Gooeh, .1. W. 
Canaday, George L. 
Turlington, W. H. 



col- 



BUIE'S CREEK. 

Incorporated in 1903. 
Population. 1909: White, 21'.' 
..red. 20; total, 242. 

Value real estate. $36,255; value per- 
sonal property, $14,563. 

Tax Kate: 20c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor— X. E. Cox. 
Postmaster — Z. T. Kivett. 
Chief of Police — W. J. Ennis. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist— .1. A. Campbell, G. T. Mills, 
Pastors. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Buie's Creek Academy and Business 
College — J. A. Campbell, Priii. 
DOCTORS. 
McKay, J. F. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Johnson. W. M. 
Reardon, T. L. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOI SES. 
Westbrook. Mrs. Lillian. 
Reardon, T. L. 
Bryan, W. M. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Upchurch, J. D. 
Reardon, T. L. 

SAW MILLS. 
Johnson. Joe. & Co. 

COTTON GINS. 
Johnson. Joe. & Co. 

CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Haire. N. V. 

LAWYERS. 
Baggett, J. R. 



DIKE. 

Population. 1909: White, 2.000: col- 
ored. 75 : total, 2,075. 

Postmaster — F. M. McKay. 

R. R. Agent — E. W. Franklin. Dur- 
ham iV: Southern R. R. Co. 

Manager Telegraph — E. W. Frank- 
lin. Postal Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHI RCHES. 

Methodist— J. M. Daniel. Pastor. 

Baptist — J. A. Campbell, Pastor. 

Episcopal — S. M. Hanff. Rector. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Duke Graded School — Miss Annie C. 
Wetmore, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Harnett — P.. N. Duke. Pres- 
ident: W. A. Erwin, Vice-President; 
F. P. Davis. Cashier: A. Y. Kelly. 
Assistant Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Holt. W. P. 
Boyles, A. C. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Davis, E. R. 



DENTISTS. 

Underwood, J. T. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Thomas, E. R., Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Hassell-Johnson Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOI SES. 

Duke Hotel. Mrs. Denton, Prop. 
Godfrey, J. L. 

COTTON MILLS. 
Erwin Cotton Mills Co. 

ICE MA^l FACTCRERS. 
Erwin Cotton Mills Co. 

COTTON GINS. 
Erwin Cotton Mills Co. 



4; col- 
value 



ANGIER. 

Incorporated in 1901. 

Population, 1909: White. 2: 
ored, 31 ; total, 255. 

Value real estate. .$43,500; 
personal property, $4(5,500. 

Tax Rate: 20c. on the $100 and 
60c. on poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — C. S. Adams. 

Postmaster — W. M. l'oung. 

Chief of Police— D. M. Godwin. 

R. R. Agent— E. J. Hudson. D. & 
S. Ry. Co. 

Manager Telegraph — E. J. Hud- 
son, Postal Telegraph & Cable Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHCRCHES. 

Baptist — J. M. Holleman. Pastor. 

Methodist— W. C. Martin. Pastor. 

Primitive Baptist — .1. E. Adams. 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Angier High School — J. S. John- 
son, Principal; W. H. Stephenson, 
Intermediate; Miss Lula Green, Pri- 
mary. 

DOCTORS. 

Young. C. R. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Williams. J. C. & B. F. 

John son -Stephenson Co. 

Williams. J. A., & Bro. 

Tatum. J. W. 

Bennett & Melvin. 

McLeod, D. A. 

Morris. M. F. 
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS. 
Dionx. Mrs. J. P. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOI SES. 

Williams. J. C. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Williams, J. C. 
Denning. M. W. 

3IANCFACTURING PLANTS. 

Cary Lumber Co. 
Williams billing Co. 
Alonzo Barbour. (Wagon and re- 
pair shop.) 



HAYWOO COUNTY. 



HAYWOOD COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, WAYXESVILLE. 



Formed in 1808. Named in honor of John Haywood. 

Area: 470 square miles. 

Population: 20.000. White males, 9,500; white females, 9,800; negro 
males. .300: negro females, 350. 

Value of real estate, $3,355. 70S ; value of personal property. $1,379,752. 

Property listed in 1009 by whites, $4,735,520; by negroes, $24,310. 

No. of Schools*: For whites. 52; for negroes, 2. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 20c. on the $100; roads and bridges. 17c; 
special. 30c. County bonded debt. $50,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 300. Worked by taxation and free labor. 

RAILROAD. TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Railway Company, 21.58 miles, assessed value $628,688.75 

Tennesseee & North Carolina, 2.00 miles, assessed value 5,000.00 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 2,000.29 

Asheville Telephone Company, assessed value 1,234.00 

Waynesville Telephone Company, assessed value 3,700.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 1,551.90 

Superior Court Terms: January, July and September. 



COl'NTY OFFICERS. 

of the Court— K. E. Osborne, 



R. Med ford. 
Deeds— J. M. 
A. Love. 



Waynes- 

Noland, 

Waynes - 



Wavnesville. 
ml. Clyde, R. 

-J. R. Mc- 

A. Sen tell. 

-R. C. 

K. 

No- 



Clerk 

Waynesville. 

Sheriff— W. 
ville. 

Register of 
Waynesville. 

Treasurer — Hugh 
ville. 

Coroner — J E. Moore. 

Surveyoi — O. O. Sanfc 
F. D. No. 1. 

Co. Supt. of Health 
Cracken, Waynesville. 

Co S.upt. of Schools — R. 
Waynesville. 

Supt. of County Home 
Moody, Canton, R. F. D. 

Co. Board of Education — J. 
Boone, T. L. Owyn. D. M. Cagle. 

County Commissioners — M. M. 
laud, Crabtree. R. F. D. No. 1; W. D. 
McCracken. Clyde. R. F. D. No. 1 : W. 
H. Henderson. Canton. 

County Board of Elections — J. R. 
Boyd, Waynesville: W. T. Denton, 
Waynesville: M. D. Kinsland. Wav- 
nesville, R. F. D. No. 3. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Waynesville Township — R. O. Mc- 
Cracken, S. J. Shelton, R. L. Mehaf- 
fey, W. H. Leatherman. N. A. Har- 
rison. 

Pig-eon— T. E. B. Gibson, 
Kinsland. Morgan Mease. 

Cecil — George Franklin, H. 
ren. 

East Fork — James Cody. 
dale; B. F. Sellers, Cruso; 
Owyn, Springdale. 

Beaverdam — 1. .1. Robinson. Canton; 
W. G. Wilson, Canton; J. Bat. Smath- 
ers, Canton. 

Clyde— C. L. Smathers. Clyde; ,T. 
M. Rogers. Clyde: L. S. Stamev, 
Clyde; D. H. Bvers. Clyde. 

Crabtree— R. D. Liner, Clyde, R. F. 



M. 



D. 



c. War- 

Spring- 
T. L. 



D. No. 1; L. V. Rogers, Clyde, R. F. 
D. No. 1; J. L. Walkers, Crabtree. 

Fines Creek- — H. L. Kingsmore, 
Crabtree, R. F. D. No. 1; George A. 
Brown. Crabtree. R. F. D. No. 1; J. 
It. Rogers. Crabtree. R. F. D. No. 1. 

White Oak — J. C. Ferguson, Cove 
Creek: R. W. Green. Teague. 

•Jonathans Creek — John A. Howell, 
Cove Creek : J. C. Leatherwood, 
Wavnesville. R. F. D. No. 2. 

Ivy Hill— J. A. Campbell, Plott : A. 
Y. Setzer, Maggie. 

Cattaloochee — W. M. Sutton. Nellie: 
W. W. Bibee. Mt. Sterling. 

Iron Duff-J. B. Bradsham, Wav- 
nesville. R. F. D. No. 2. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Baptist — D. C. Davis. Cove Creek. 

Methodist— J. H. Rider, Wavnes- 
ville. R. F. D. No. 2: J. W. Kirk. 
Crabtree. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Bethel High School— S. J. Guyes, 
Principal. Waynesville. R. F. 1». No. 3. 

Rock Spring High School — D. Z. 
Newton. Principal, Clvde. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Rock Hill High 
lihger. Principal. 
D. No. 2. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Rich. J. C. Dellwood. 

Walker, R. L., Crabtree. 

Wilson. J. E., Canton, R. F. D. 

Graham, W. A., Crabtree, I!. 
D. No. 1. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Campbell. C. A.. Dellwood. 

Low. J. A.. Maggie. 

Ketner, C. D., Maggie. 

Campbell, A. L., Maggie. 

Roberts. W. F. Dellwood. 

Medford, J. B.. Wavnesville. R. 
D. No. 2. 

Sharp. W. T.. Wavnesville. R. 
D. No. 2. 



School— J. W 

Waynesville. 



Dal- 
R. F. 



F. 



F. 

F. 



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HAYWOOD COFNTY. 



Morgan, .1. \\\. Cove Creek. 

.Morrow. J. P., Cove Creek. 

Ferguson, J. ('.. Teague. 

Noland, R. I... Crabtree, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Brown, George A.. Crabtree, R. F. 
D. No. i. 

Ferguson, /.. V.. Crabtree, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Ferguson, Elis M.. Crabtree. 

Kirkpatrick, J. R., Clyde, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Green & Hyatt. Canton, R. F. I). 
No. 1. 

Pless, AY. W., Cruso. 

Terrell, \V. S.. Canton. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Francis & Leather-wood, Waynes- 
ville. It. F. I>. No. ::. 

Long, ,1. M., & Co.. Waynesville, R. 
F. 1). No. 1. 

Ferguson, YV. It., Crabtree. 
FLOIR. CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

E'igeon Valley Mills. Canton, R. F. 
1>. No. 1. 

1'lott, .T. ().. Canton. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Crabtree Mills. Crabtree. 

Walker Bros., Crabtree. 
SAW MILLS. 

Champion Fibre Co., Waynesville, 
It. F. D. No. 1. 

Spahn & Roper, Waynesville, It. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Campbell. R. G. A., Maggie. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Allen, W. C, Waynesville. 

Howell, Miss Fannie 15., Wavnes- 
ville. 

Ector. Miss Mary. Waynesville. 

McFadyan, Miss Mary. Waynesville. 

Ward, Miss Cora, Waynesville. 

Davis. Miss Mary, Waynesville. 

Roberts, Miss Sarah. Waynesville. 

Shelton, Miss Annie, Wavnesville. 

Wyche, Mrs. E. T., Waynesville. 

AYharton. Mrs. George, Waynesville. 

Bryan, S. C, Waynesville. 

Underwood, Cleveland. Wavnesville, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Pless, D. H., Waynesville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Queen. Miss Mollie. Wavnesville, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Medford. J. L.. Wavnesville, R. F. 
I). No. 1. 

Massey, James, Waynesville. 

Henry, Homer. Delwood. 

Guyer, S. J., Wavnesville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Gibson, Miss Mollie. Waynesville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Francis, Charles, Wavnesville. R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Francis, W. G., Wavnesville, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Deaner, T. H., Wavnesville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Dellinger, .T. \\\. Wavnesville. R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Abernathy, Miss Irene. Canton. 



♦ 



Allison, Claude, Wavnesville, It. F. 
I>. No. 3. 

Hundley, Miss Annie. Canton. 

Medford, Manson, Tuscola. 

Leatherwood. Jerry, Tuscola. 

Chambers, R. C, Tuscola. 

Cathy, Miss Lelia. Clyde. 

Messer, Marshall, Teague. 

Franklin, Miss Mary, Canton, It. F. 
. D. No. 2. 

Blance, Miss Ethel. Ola. 

Bennett, Weaver, Ola. 

Bennett. James, Ola. 

Bennett, Charles. Ola. 

Hannah, Robt., Ola. 

Carpenter, C. M., Maggie. 

Tram ham, Miss Iowa. Hurricane. 

McCreary, Miss Josephine, Crabtree, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

McCracken, Miss Lizzie, Crabtree, It. 
F. 1). No. 1. 

Williams, J. L., Crabtree. 

Williams, Claude, Crabtree. 

Osborne, Whorton. Crusoe. 

Cook, A. R., Canton. R. F. 1'. 
No. 2. 

Dobson, Miss Hessie. Canton. 

McDowell, It. I).. Canton. 

McCracken, Miss Ida, Crabtree. R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Queen, William. Crabtree. It. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Smatliers. Miss Sarepta Canton. 

Russell. Robert, Crabtree. It. F. D. 
No. 1. 

McCracken. Miss Lizzie, Crabtree. 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Jones, Miss Ellen. Crabtree 
D. No. 1. 

Ferguson, John. Crabtree, R. I 
No. 1. 

Davis. Miss Nora. Cove Creek. 

Reeves, Miss Georgia. Tuscola. 

Newton, D. Z.. Clvde. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Medford. C. D., Clvde, R. F .D. 
No. 1. 

Medford. Miss Falsome. Clyde. R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Haynes, Miss Fannie. Clvde, R. F. 
D. No. .1 

Ferguson. Miss Lillie. Clvde, R. F. 
D. No. .1 

Davis, G rover. Clyde. 
Byers. Miss Mattie. Clyde. 
Byers. Vaugh, Clvde. 

Bramlett. Thos., Clyde. 

Wilson, Miss Flora. Canton. 



R. F. 



D. 



AVAYjVESVILLJE. 

Population. 1009: 3,500. 

No. white polls, 250; No. colored 
polls, 49. 

Value real estate. $700,000; value 
persona] property, $284,000. 

Tax Kate: $1.50 on the $100. 

Bonded debt. $70,000. Floating debt. 
$4,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. R. Boyd. 



HAYWOOD COUNTY. 



35, 



Coble. 
W. Down- 



Telephone 

Telephone Co., 

MINISTERS 

Episcopal — J. 

Methodist — J. 



C. 



Chief of Police — R. G. A. Love. 
City Clerk— J. H. Howell. 
Treasurer — J. H. Howell. 
Tax Collector— \V. J. Haynes. 
City Attorney— S. C. Welch. 
City Supt. of Health -R. L. Allen. 
Postmaster — T. L. Green. 
B. K. Agent— J. W. Downing, South 
ern Railway. 

Express Agent — Geo. W 
Telegraph Manager — J. 
ing. 

Manager — Waynesville 
J. P. Swift. 
AND CHURCHES. 
W. Areson, Rector. 
H. Earnhardt, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Waynesville Graded School — W. 
Allen, Supt. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOISES. 
Keninore. 
Gorden. 
Suyetta. 

White Sulphur Springs Hotel. 
Bonnie Castle. 
Ron Air. 

ARCHITECTS. 
(iauze, J. F. 
Liner, S. C. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Waynesville — Alden Howell, 
President ; Alden Howell, Jr., Cashier. 
First National Bank — (I. W. Maslin, 
President; W. T. Blayloek, Cashier. 

Commercial Bank — R. E. Osborne, 
President: J. R. Boyd, Cashier. 
BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Waynesville Brick & Tile Co. 

BOOK STORES. 
Wavnesville Book Co. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS 

CATTLE. 
Rhinehart, R. M. 
Sehulhoffer, D. L. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S 
Cagle, A. C. 

CLUBS. 
Wavnesville Club. 

CONTRACTORS AND Bl ILDERS. 
Davis, P. W. 
Francis, J. P. 
Mitchell & Phillips. 
Liner, S. C. 
COAL AND WOOD 
Dykers, R. H. 
Brown, I. J. 
Livery, Feed & Fuel 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Mitchell, McCracken & Co. 
DENTISTS. 

B. F. 
John H. 

C. H. 
DRUGGISTS. 

Mcintosh-Foard Co. 
Waynesville Pharmacy. 
Annex Pharmacy. 

DOCTORS. 
Way, J. H. 
McCracken, J. R. 

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Thomas. 
S. L. 
H. L. 
B. H. 



AND NOTIONS. 



Abel, J. F 

Stringtield, 

Stringtield, 

McFadyen. 

Greenwood, 

Allen, R. L. 

DRY GOODS 
Lee & Mock. 
Rav, Clyde H. 
Howell, D. A. 
Coble, George W. 
Massie, T. N. 
Hoi-ton, W. K. 
POWER AN DLIGHT COMPANIES. 

Haywood Electric Power Co. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
.ivery Feed «fc Fuel Co. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Ray, Clyde H. 
Coble, George W. 

GROCERS. 

Bushnell & Co. (Whole- 



H 



Co. (Wholesale.) 



IN 



DEALERS. 



Co. 



Smathers, 
Smathers. 
McDowell, 



Blackwell, 
sale.) 

Haywood Grocery 
Boone, J. D. 
llarrold, E. S. 
Wavnesville Grocery Co. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Wavnesville Hardware Co. 
Rhinehart & Turbytill. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Carraway, James E. (Lite.) 
Atkinson & Atkinson. (Fire & Life.) 
Withers, E. L. (Fire.) 
Bost, John F. (Fire.) 
Reed & Howell. (Fire.) 
Boyd & Osborne (Fire.) 

JEWELERS. 
Davis, Jerry. 
Burn, E. I. 

LAUNDRIES. 
Killian Brothers. 

LAWYERS. 
Crawford, W. T. 
Welch, S. C. 
Hannah, W. J. 
Ferguson, J. W. 
Ferguson, W. B. 
Kirkpatrick, H. S. 
Howell & Bohannon. 
Norwood. John W. 
Queen, John M. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S AND DEALERS. 
Waynesville Wood Mfg. Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Unagusta Mfg. Co. (Furniture.) 
Waynesville Furniture Co. (Furni- 
ture.) 
Junaluska Leather Co. (Tannery.) 

PAINTERS. 
Russell, C. B. 
David, Goras. 
Underwood, W. P. 

PLUMBERS. 
Miller, L. A. 
Maxwell & Smith. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Sherrill, George D. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Waynesville Printing Co. 
Enterprise Printing Co. 



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REAL, ESTATE AGENTS. 

Atkins & Atkins. 
Bass, John F. 
Withers, E. L. 
Hyatt Bros. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
r.omip. .1. K.. & Co. 
Feed <.V- Lumber Co. 

TAILORS. 
Freet. A. R. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS 
Losran, C. G., & Co. 
Ray, Clyde H., & Son. 

WALL, PAPER DEALERS. 
Mcintosh & Co. 
Boone. J. K., & Co. 



L. Justice. 
West. 
CHURCHES. 

Green, Pastor; 



Woodall, 

Prin. 



CLYDE. 

Population. 1909. 350. 

TOWN OFFICERS 
Mayor — J. W. Morgan. 
Postmastei — W. H. Jarrett. 
Chief of Police — J. 
R. R. Agent— Fred 
MINISTERS AND 
Methodist— J. H. 
Rev. Mr. Moore. 
Baptist — F. B. Raymond, Pastor 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES 
Haywood Institute — W. H. 
Principal. 

Clyde School— G. C. Davis. 

DOCTORS. 
Davis. F. M. 
Medford, S. B. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Medford, S. B. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Haynes. F. E. 
Cagle, D. M. 
Morgan, J. W 
Finchen, A. 

HOTELS AND 

Clyde Inn. 
Oak BTerst. 
Glen Holm. 
Skyland Home. 1 
LIVERY 

Smathers, John 
Robinson, R. V 



J., & Co. 
BOARDING 



HOUSES. 



STABLES. 

H. 



CANTON. 

Incorporated in 1887. 
Population, 1909, 3.584. 
Value real estate. $1,000,000; value 
personal property. $150,000. 

Tax Rate: $1.00 on the $100. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — John M. Curtis. 
Postmaster — C. F. Smathers. 
Chief of Police— S .J. Taylor. 
R. R. Agent— Win. Bailey. 

AND CHURCHES. 

Mr. Chesterson, Pas- 



B. Aberuethy, 
-Rev. Mr. Hunt, 



Pas- 



MINISTERS 

Baptist — Rev. 
tor. 

Methodist— L. 
tor. 

Presbyterian- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Canton Graded School— R. D. Mc- 
Dowell, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Champion Bank — G. W. Maslin 
President ; J. H. Kirkpatrick, Cashier. 

Bank of Canton — Alden Howell ' 
President: G. N. Henson, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Mease. J. H. 

Willis, A. P. 

Dr. Carrawav. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Acme Pharmacy. 

Neely, S. H. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Smathers, Jesse R. 

Singleton, Thomas. 

Austin, John. 

Curtis, J. M., & Son. 

Dickerson. 

Scott. J. W. 

Hamilton, C. 

Hampton, O. 

Hampton. W. 

Mease, J. N., 

Lee & Browu. 

McGce, W. F. P. 

Sharp, W. T. 

Williams, Ben. 

Hippa & Moffltt. 

Wells. C. T. 

Jeffreys & Osborne. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING 

Meares House 

Central Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Massie. W. G. 

Williams Bros. 

Morgan, M. R. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Champion Fibre Co. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Canton Vindicator — H. E. Walter, 
Editor. 

DENTISTS. 

Smathers. H. A. 



M. 

J., & Son. 
& Sons. 



HOUSES 



HENDERSON COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, HENDERSONVILLE. 



Formed iu 1S38. Named in honor of Governor Henderson. 

Area, 3CG square miles. 

Population, 10.500 ; negroes, 3,000 ; foreign born, 300. 

Value of real estate, $2,487,935; value of personal property. $948,184. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $3,381,889 ; by negroes, $54,23 



30. 



HENDERSON COUNTY. 259 

No. of Schools: For whites, 53; for negroes, 10. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 86c. on the $100; roads, 20c; bridges, 9 l-3c. 

County bonded debt, $150,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 500. Worked by labor, not tax, and chain-gang. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Railway (Carolina Div.), 33.13 miles, assessed value $197,231.18 

The Pullman Co., assessed value 3,630.95 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 3,080.00 

Southern Bell Tel. & Tel. Co., assessed value 2,376.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 5,S97.22 

Asheville Telephone & Telegraph Co., assessed value 7,983.00 

Hendersonville Light & Power Co., assessed value 5,000.00 

American Telephone & Telegraph, assessed value 2,250.40 

Superior Court Terms: 7th March, criminal cases only; 16th May, jail 
and civil cases only; 11th November, jail and civil cases only; 3rd October, 
criminal cases only. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — C. M. Pace, 
Hendersonville. 

Sheriff— A. M. Blackwell, Hender- 
ville. 

Register of Deeds — S. M. King, 
Hendersonville. 

Treasurer — V. C. V. Shepherd, Hen- 
dersonville. 

Coroner — W. R. Kirk, Henderson- 
ville. 

Surveyor — J. C. Drake — Henderson- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. of Health— J. G. Waldrop, 
Hendersonville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— W. S. Shitle, 
Hendersonville. 

Supt. of County Home — J. W. Lee, 
Hendersonville. 

Co. Board of Education — C. Gates, 
Beaver Wallow ; N. W. Posey, Horse- 
shoe; .7. P. Patton, Flat Rock. 

County Commissioners — J. T. Sta- 
ton, Saluda; W. P. Bane. Henderson- 
ville; T. A. W. Lyda, Edneyville. 

County Board of Elections — Vernon 
Murray, Hendersonville; J. Williams, 
Hendersonville; Claude Sales, 

Fletcher. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Blue Ridge Township — S. M. Gil- 
liam, Hendersonville, R. F. D. ; J. W. 
Carl, Hendersonville. R. F. D. ; W. S. 
Young, Hendersonville, R. F. D. ; F. 
C. Whitaker, Hendersonville, R. F. D. ; 
W. B. Wells, Hendersonville, R. F. D. 

Clear Creek — A. R. Maxwell, Hen- 
dersonville; J. H. Townsend, Hender- 
sonville, R. R. D. ; J. B. Hill, Hender- 
sonville, R. F. D. ; J. A. Garren, Hen- 
dersonville, R. F. D. ; A. ,T. McMinn, 
Hendersonville, R. F. D. ; R. P. Har- 
per, Hendersonville, R. F. D. ; L. P. 
Pittillo, Hendersonville, R. F. D. 

Crab Creek — R. J. Fletcher, Hender- 
sonville, R. F. D. ; T. L. Hamilton, 
Hendrsonville, R. F. D. ; W. A. Mason, 
Hendersonville, R. F. D. 

Edneyville — C. Oates, Bear Wal- 
low, Bol). L. Freeman, Bear Wallow; 
W. G. Lyda, Bear Wallow. 

Green River — J. W. Ward, Zirconia, 



R. F. D. ; R. B. Ward, Zirconia, R. 
F. D. ; A. A. McDowell, Zirconia, R. 
F. D. 

Hendersonville — J. D. Derniid, Hen- 
dersonville; B. F. Hood, Henrterson- 
ville; A. L. Davenport, Henderson- 
ville; J. P. Patton, Hendersonville. 

Hooper's Creek — I. T. Sales, 
Fletcher; J. P. Wilkie, Fletcher; 
Frank Smith, Fletcher. 

Mills River — N. W. Possey, Horse- 
shoe, R. F. D. ; T. E ; Osborne, Horse- 
shoe, R. F. D. ; J. H. Murray, Horse- 
shoe, R. F. D. ; T. L. Johnson, Horse- 
shoe, R. F. D. ; J. L. Gash, Horse- 
shoe, R. F. D. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

A. I. Justice, Hendersonville, R. F. 
D. ; R. P. Corn, Hendersonville, R. F. 
D. ; J. L Brookshire, Flat Rock, R. 
F. D. ; W. A. Morris, Hendersonville, 
R. F. D. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Pleasant Hill Graded School — C. M. 
Gallemone, Principal, Hendersonville, 
R. F. D. 

Hooper's Creek Graded School — H. 
M. Ainsly, Principal, Fletcher. 

Flat Rock Braded School — D. H 
Cline, Principal. Flat Rock. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Johnson, L. L., Fletcher, R. F. D. 

Russell, L. P., Fletcher, 

Gureard, A. R., Fletcher, Flat Creek. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Carl, John, Dana. 

Davenport, A. L. & L. E., Horseshoe. 

Sales Bros., Fletcher. 

Johnson, T. L., Fletcher. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Marshall, B. W., Hendersonville, R. 
F. D. 

SAW MILLS. 

Maxwell, A. R. & W. P., Henderson- 
ville, R. F. D. 

Carl, T. C, Hendersonville, R. F. D. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Lanning, Miss Sue, Fletcher. 

Freeman, Miss Florence, Hender- 
sonville. 

Grinnan, Miss Isabelle, Henderson- 
ville. 



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Warliek, Miss Hattie, Horseshoe. 
Garren, Miss Delia, Hendersonvlle. 

Hart, Roy J., Hendersonville, R. P. 
D. No. 2. 

Klein. David H., Flat Roefc. 

Hill, Tilden, Edeueyville. 

Brock, Miss Lala, Flat Rock. 

Briggs, Miss Geuia, Hendersonville, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Stepp, Thomas D., Flat Rock. 

Merchant, J. H., Dana. 

Young, YV. S., Flat Rock. 

Pittillo, M. Y., Hendersonville, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Pittillo, Miss Clara, Hendersonville,, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Pittillo, Miss French, Henderson- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Sinclair, Mrs. E. L., Fletcher, R. 
F. .D 

Johnson, Mrs. T. M., Arden. 

Johnson, T. M., Arden. 

Clarke, YV. T., Hendersonville. 

Clark, G. F., Flat Rock, R. F. D. 

Anderson, Luther, Etowah. 

McMillan, Miss Kate R,, Henderson- 
ville. R. F. D. No. 2. 

Miller, Miss Jeannette, Henderson- 
ville, R. F. D .No. 2. 

Young-, Miss Charlotte, Horseshoe. 

Ship man, Miss Mayme, Henderson- 
ville. 

Shipmau, Miss Lola, Hendersonville. 

Shipman, Miss Lula, Hendersonville. 

Bird, Mrs. E. M., Fletcher. 

Freeman, Miss Celia, Bat Cave. 

Freeman, Miss Effie, Bat Cave. 

Freeman, Miss Ida Belle, Hender- 
sonville. 

Briggs, Turner P., Hendersonville. 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Waters, T. J., Hendersonville. R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Ledbetter, B. R., Hendersonville. R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Lvda, H. M„ Hendersonville, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Redden, Mrs. John, Hendersonville. 

Warliek, Miss Augusta, Horseshoe. 

Warliek, Miss Kate. Horseshoe. 

Brittain, Miss Maggie, Horseshoe. 

Hughes, Miss Jennie. Dana. 

Ledbetter, Miss Bertha, Henderson- 
ville. 

Woodfin, Miss Mary. 

Flack, Mrs. J. A., Edneyville. 

Gallimore, Prof., Hendersonville, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Neelev, R. E., Hendersonville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Ledbetter, Miss Ludith. Edneyville. 

Paris, W. R. 

Merchant, Miss Laura E., Dana. 

Shipman, Miss Kate. Henderson- 
ville, 

Lance, Miss Lula, Fletcher. 

Carson, Miss Ethel, Hendersonville. 

Carland, Miss Sue, Horsesnoe. 

Johnson, Miss Ruby. 

Pryor, Miss Ethel, Fletcher. 



Jackson, Miss Hattie. 
Allen, Bessie, Edneyville. 
Edwards, Misa Amy E., Henderson- 
ville. 

Morris. Hulbert, Hendersonville. 
Huggins, Henry, Hendersonville. 
A. P. Belle, Zirconia. 



HENDERSONVILLE. 

Population, 1909: 3,500. No. white 
polls, SIM; No. colored polls. 111. 

Value real estate. $859,035; value 
personal property, $431,517; total, $1,- 
288.5o2. 

Tax Kate, $1.10. 

Bonded debt, $114,000; floating debt, 
$10,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— R. H. Staton. 

Chief of Police— J. W. McCarson. 

City Clerk — J. Mack Rhodes. 

Treasurer — J. D. Davis. 

Tax Colleetoi — S. Y. Bryson. 

Standard-Keeper — J. D. Davis. 

City Attorney — Michael Schenck. 

Postmaster — B. Jackson. 

R. R. Agent — J. W. Bailey, South- 
ern Railway. 

Express Agent — J. W. Bailey. 
Southern Express Co. 

Telegraph Managers — E. J. S. 
.Tames. Bell Tel. & Tel. Co.; L. L. 
Sheely, Western Union. 

Telephone Manager — J. E. Brown, 
Asheville Tel. & Tel. Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — R .M. Hushes, Pastor. 

Episcopal — H. B. Wilcox, Restor. 

Methodist — J. W. Moore, Pastor. 

Catholic — Father Marion. Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Hendersonville Graded School — R. 
M. Ivens. Superintendent. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOISES. 

Gates Hotel. 

Wheeler Hotel. 

Blue Ridge Hotel. 

Mt. City Inn. 

Hotel Lake. 

View Hotel. 

Allen. T. A. 

Israel, Mrs. S. A. 

Cover, Mrs. A. M. 

Stradley. Mrs. W. C. 

The Oake. 

The Kentucky House. 

Osteen House. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Peoples National Bank — John Car- 
ter, President; C. S. Fullbright. 
Cashier. 

First National Bank — W. J. Davis 
President; K. G. Morris, Cashier. 

Citizens Bank — F. R. Durfee, Presi- 
dent ; C. E. Brook, Cashier. 

Wanteska Trust Co. — Claude Brown 
P. F. Patton, Cashier. 
BAKERS. 

Toms, M. C. 



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BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Ingraham Brothers. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
Staton & Staton. 

BOOK STORES. 
Lott, W. M. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Lyda, W. C. 
Hyder. J. P. 
Pace & Sherman. 
Justice. A. P. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'R'S. 
Stepp, D. 

English & Wilson. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Edwards, W. P. 
MeCrary, Joe. 
Jordan. J. H. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
Hendersonville Chamber of Com- 
merce — C. R. Whitaker. President. 
CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Glazener, G. M. 
( DEPARTMENT STORES. 

Wilson, C. E. 

DENTISTS. 

Carson, H. H. 
Money, A. H. 
Ewbank, Fred. . 
Wallace, W. T. 

TOBACCO DEALERS . 
Brooks, B. L. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Justus Pharmacy. 
Hunter Pharmacy. 
Rose, J. L., Co. 

DOCTORS. 

Edgerton, J. L. 
Drafts, A. B. 
Waldrop. J. G. 
Kirk. W. R. 
Dixon, Guy. 
Allen. T. A. 
Few, C. 
Crow, Art. 
Johnson, L. L. 
Russell. J. D. 
Jones, Levi. 
Hutchison, G. W. 

DRV GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Johnson. S. 
Williams, Otto. 
Jones, A. O. 

POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Wilson. C. E. 
Pace, D. S. 
Carson, T. B. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 

Boyd, J. D. 
Pailalas Bros. 
Tabor, Alonzo. 

FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'RS. 

Hyder, J. P. 



Pace, D. S. 
Carl, Jonathan. 

FLORISTS. 
Barnwill, Mrs. Lila Riply, 
Howard, Mrs. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Stevenson, A. F. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Stepp. J. M. 
Sheppard, M. M. 

GROCERS. 
Hendersonville Wholesale Co. 
Calhoun -Wilkens Co. 
Slavde- Fakes & Co. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Clarke Hardware Co. 
Edwards. W. F. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Few, Vernon. 
Ewbanks, John. 
Ray, Mc. D. 
Staton, U. G. 
Staton & Rector. 

JEWELERS. 
Hawkins, W. H. 
Cagle, J. S. 

LAUNDRIES. 
Whitaker. C. R. 

Hendersonville Ice, Coal & Lumber 
Co. 

LAWYERS. 
Smith. W. A. 
Schenck. Michael. 
Ray, Mc. D. 
Blvthe, O. V. F. 
Pickins. S. V. 
Staton, R. H. 
Eubanks. Witt. 
Rector, W. C. 
Holmes, A. L. 
Valentine, G. H. 
Twyford. Henry. 
Ewart, H. G. 
Shipp. Bartlett. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 
Stillwell, Earl. 
Morrow, J. C. 
Bennett, Brothers. 
Wilson, W. R. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Hamilton & Bryson. 

PAINTERS. 
Garren, W. A. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Hyder. H. D. 

PLUMBERS. 

Mclntyre. J. W. 

Detruer, J. H. 

Duffy, John. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 

Michael Bros. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Baker, A. F. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Hustler — M. L. Shipman, Editor. 
Hendersonville Times— T. W. Val- 
entine, Editor. 



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HENDERSON- HERTFORD. 



REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Ewbank & Ewbank. 
Smith & Waldorf. 
Orr, J. L. 
Toms & Williams. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Bennett Bros. 



Bly Bros. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Shepherd, M. M. 
Stepp, J. M. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Barren, W. A. 



HERTFORD COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, WINTON. 



Formed in 1750. Named in honor of Marquis of Hertford. 

Area: 340 square miles. 

Population: 14,294. White males, 2,967; white females, 2,936; negro 
males, 4,169; negro females. 4,222; foreign born, 9. 

Value of real estate, $1,964,938; value of personal property, $1,366,931. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $2,S06.516; by negroes, $525,373. 

No. of Schools : For whites, 33 ; for negroes, 33. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 41 2-3c, State, 25c; total, 66 2-3c. 

I'ublic Roads: Worked by Special Act. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Chowan Motor Company, assessed value $ 4.675.00 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R.. 14.53 miles, assessed value 424,682.53 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 1.722.73 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 4,172.39 

Wellington & Powelisville R. R., 4.00 miles, assessed value 9.818.16 

Albemarle Steam Navigation Company, assessed value 1,800.00 

North State Telephone" Company, assessed value 4,383.00 

Chowan & Roanoke Telephone Company, assessed value 672.00 

Southern Railway Rolling Stock, assessed value 21.735.00 

Superior Court Terras: Seventh Monday after 1st Monday in March; 
sixth Monday after 1st Monday in September; first Monday before 1st 
Monday in March. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — Thomas D. 
Boone, Wiuton. 

Sheriff — Asa E. Garrett, Ahoskie. 

Register of Deeds — John A. North- 
cott, Winton. 

Treasurer — A. E. Garrett, Ahoskie. 

Coroner — Paul Mitchell. Ahoskie. 

Surveyor — J. D. Parker. Wood- 
land. 

Co. Supt. of Health — J .IT. Mitchell. 
Ahoskie. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — T. E. Brown, 
Ahoskie. 

Supt. of County Home — M. M. 
Brown. Ahoskie, R. F. D. 

Co. Board of Education — John E. 
Vann, C. W. Farker, M. Watson. 

County Commissioners — B. F. Wil- 
liams, A. I. Parker, J. C. Vinson. S. 
P. Winborne, J. H. Darden. 

County Board of Elections — A. C. 
Vann. 1. F. Snipes. A. T. Newsome. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Ahoskie Township — J. J. Askew. .T. 
R. Garrett, J. H. Mitchell, .T. W. 
Powell, C. C. Sessoms. 

Harrellsville— A. B. Adkins, S. M. 
Aumack, W. E. Miller. 

Manevs Neck — L. F. Lee, J. D. Rid- 
dick, E. G. Sears. S. P. Winborne. 

Murfreesboro — M. D. Gatling, ,T. E. 
Evans, T. M. Forbes. W. S. Nelson. 
Isaac Pipkin, John B. Trader, John 



S. Wynn. 

St. John's— J. E. Britt. John Free- 
inan, J. M. Eley, S. E. Vaughan. 

Winton— J. W. Boone, W. S. Her- 
ring, A. I. Parker, B. G. Williams. 
MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

1'oteat, J. H., Como. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

ISuckhorn Academy — Miss Joe Vann, 
Principal, Como. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Burbage, T. I., Como. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Barnes. J. H., & Co., Como. 

Picot, G. C, Como. 

Williams. B. G., Cofield. 

Israel, K. R.. Menola. 

Parker. C. W., Menola. 

Benthall, J. C, St. Johns. 
COTTON GINS. 

Hedgepeth & Keff, Ahoskie. 

Mitchell & Garrett. Ahoskie. 

Oreen, W. G., Aulander. 

Odom, M. E. S. & C. R., Eagletown. 

Thomas. R. P., Cofield. 

Cofield Mfg. Co.. Cofield. 

Taylor, W. T.. & Bro., Como. 

Winborne, S. P.. Como. 

Britt. E.. Mapleton. 

Askew, John O., Harrellsville. 

Mitchell. J. S., Winton. 

Parker, C. W., Menola. 

Chetty. J. T.. & Son. Murfreesboro. 

Worrell. E. C, Murfreesboro. 



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Benthnll, J. C, St. John. 

.Mitchell. C. W., Aulander. 

Joyner. E. H.. St. John. 

Freeman, J. P., & Son, Union. 

Vann, A. C, Union. 

Sears. Mrs. W. H.. Union. 

Minton, D. L., Anneta. 

Winton Ginning Co.. Winton. 
SAW MILLS. 

Branniug Mfg. Co., Ahoskie. 

Taylor, W. P., Winton. 

Hertford Lumber Co., Murfreesboro. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Vann, Miss Josephine H., Como. 

Williamson, Miss Sylla, Como. 

Taylor, Miss Elizabeth, Como. 

Ferguson, Miss Jennie, Como. 

Pittard, Miss Elizabeth, Como. 

Deanes, Miss Mary C, Murfrees- 
boro. 

Duke, Miss Vitlie, Murfreesboro. 

Edwards, W. M., Murfreesboro. 

Matthews, Miss Bertie, Ahoskie. 

Sykes, Miss Virgie, Maple ton. 

Britton, N. W., Winton. 

Thomas, Miss Mary, Winton. 

Vann, Miss Harriett, Ahoskie. 

Hill. Miss Ella, Cofield. 

Smith, Miss Adelaide, Cofield. 

Cullins, Miss Ethel, Harrellsville. 

Evans, Miss Myrtle, Harrellsville. 

Wynn. Miss Essie, Ahoskie. 

Sears, Miss Annie, Ahoskie. 

Parker, Miss Eunice, Aulander. 

Pritchard, Miss Elizabeth. Wood- 
land. 

Cobb, Miss Julia, Ahoskie. 

Grett, Miss Rettie, Ahoskie. 

Montague, Miss Villa, Coleraln. 

Pierce. Miss Ella, Ahoskie. 

Harrell .Miss Mary, Ahoskie. 

Miller, Mrs. Arthur, Ahoskie. 

Browne, Robert, Woodland. 

Eley, Clayton, Woodland. 

Shannon, B. O., Ahoskie. 

Darden. Miss Iva, Ahoskie. 



WINTON. 

Incorporated in 1S73. 

Population, 688. 

Value real estate. $82,575 ; value per- 
sonal property, $108,402. 

Tax Bate: 15c. on the $100 and 
45c. on poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. W. Boone. 

Postmaster — J. B. Oatus. 

Chief of Police— J. E. Jones. 

R B.. Agent— W. L. Matthews, Al- 
bemarle Steam Navigation Co. 

Manager Telegraph — The North 
State Telephone Co. (General office at 
Murfreesboro.) 

MINISTEBS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — A. C. Sherwood. Pastor. 
Methodist— L. T. Singleton, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Winton High Grade Public School 

— N. W. Britton, Principal. 

Watters Normal Institute — C. S. 
Brown, Principal. 



BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Merchant* and Farmers Bank — A. 
I. Parker, President; John 1". Mitch- 
ell, Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 
Pollard, W. B. 
Griffin, C. F. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Daniel & Shaw Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Jordan & Parker. 
Shaw, W. P., Jr., & Bio. 
Herring, W. S., & Son. 
Pearce & Banks. 
Shaw, W. P., & Bro. 
Carter, J. C. 
Jones, E. R. 
Nickeus, C. D. 
HOTELS AND BOABDING HOUSES. 
Taylor House. 
Jordan & Parker Hotel. 
Lassiter, T. L. (Boarding House.) 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Banks, E. L. 
Jones, H. H. 
Lee, T. H. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Tavl <r, W. P. (Saw mill.) 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Herring. W. S. 
Shaw, W. P.. Sr. 
Bridgers, R. C. 

LAWYERS. 
Vann, John E. 
Cowper. George. 
Mitchell, J. R. 
Brldger, R, C. 



UNION. 

Incorporated in 1887. 

Population. 1909: White, 88; col- 
ored, 50; total, 138. 

Value real estate, $24,100; value per- 
sonal propertv. $6,465.38. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mavor — James P. Freeman. 

Chief of Police— W. J. Dukes. 

Manager Telegraph — L. J. Lawrence, 
The North State Telephone Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — J. D. Bruner, Pastor. 

Methodist— J. P. Pate, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Union High School — Miss Nettie 
Brett, Principal. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Matthews. J. E. 

Darden, J. H. 

Dunn, W. J. 

Brett, J. E. 

Charles. John L. 

Sears. Mrs. Annie P. 

Freeman, John. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Matthews House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Matthews, J. E. 

MANUFACTUBING PLANTS. 

Freeman & Dukes Coach Shop. 

Sears, Mrs. Annie P. (Saw mill.) 

Beverly & Freeman. (Saw mill.) 



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MURFREESBORO. 

Incorporated in 1841. 

Population, 657. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty, s:;ir_>. :;.-,;.. 

Tax Kate: 20c. on the .$100 and 60c. 
on poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Stanley Wlnborne. 

Postmaster-— John Hare. 

Chief of Police — L. F. Sumner. 

R. R. Agent— T. W. Pipkin, Albe- 
marle Navigation Co. ; E. B. Hill. 
Chowan Motor Co. 

Manager Telegraph — L. J. Lawrence, 
The North State Telephone Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— L. T. Singleroa, Pastor. 

Baptist — A. C. Sherwood. Pastor. 

Episcopal — John P.. nibble. Rector, 
Windsor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Chowan Baptist Female Collegs — J. 

D. Bruner, President. 

Seminary for Young Lttdies --Ml'S. E. 

E. Parham, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

The Peoples Bank — D. C. Barnes, 
President; Paul Jenkins, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Gary, K. H. 

Harrell. George N. 

Freeman, W. G. 

DENTISTS. 

Campbell. Paul. 

Eyerett, James B. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Nicholson, T. H. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Wynn Bros. 

Vaughan, TJ. 

Lawrence, J. N. 

Vaughan, T. J. 

Vaughan. C. T. 

Watson, U. 

Deloatch. K. S. 

Chittv. W. R. 

Boyette, C. E. 

Jenkins, Godwin. 

Boyette, J. A. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Seawell House. 

Murfreesboro Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Chitty. J. C. 

Lawrence. J. S. 

Boyette. C. E. 

Liyerman, J. L. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Hertford Lumber Co. 

Hines Buggy Co. 

LAWYERS. 

Winborne <& Winborne. 
Lawrence. Lloy4 J. 
Barnes, D. C. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Murfreesboro Insurance Agency. 
Barnes, D. C. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Murfreesboro Index — Wm. Day, Ed- 



itor. 



AHOSKIE. 

Incorporated in lS'.t2. 
Population, 800. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — Robert Holloman. 
Postmaster — A. G. Razemore. 
Chief of Police — B. E. Copeland. 
R. R. Agent — J. II. Robertson, At- 
lantic Coast Line R. R. 

Manager Telegraph — J. H. Robert- 
son, Western Union Telegraph Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — M. A. Adams, Pastor. 
Methodist— J. P. Pate. Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Ahoskie Graded School— B. O. Shan- 
non, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Ahoskie — J. T. Williams, 
President ; W. L. Curtis, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Mitchell. J. H. 
Mitchell, Paul H. 
Greene. A. W. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Ahoskie Drug Co. 
Mitchell. J. H. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Hoggard & Stokes, 
tlarrett, J. R. 
Williams. J. T. 
Myers, D. L. 
Baker. D. P. & Co. 
Godwin, J. W., Jr. 
Oerrock, E. G. 
Willoughbv. <;. L. 
Dilday. S. J. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOI SES. 
Holloman Hotel. 
Boyette, John P. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Hill Bros. 
Mitchell. J. A. 
Holloman, A. W. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Branniug Mfg. Co. 

LAWYERS. 
Snipes. E. T. 
Rogers. W. W. 
Hobbs, E. C. 

DENTISTS. 
Gardner, J. D. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Baker. R. J. 
McGloughan, D. R. 



HARREIiLiSVELIiE. 

Population. 112. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. A. Perry. 

Postmaster— H. H. Taylor. 

Chief of Police — P.. Scull. 

R. R. Agent— J. L. Smith. 

Manager Telegraph — Chowan and 
Roanoke Telephone Co. (See Windsor 
for General Manager.) 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — M. P. Dayis, Pastor. 

Methodist— J. P. Pate, Pastor. 



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SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Harrellsville High School— Miss 
Ethel Cullens. Principal. 
DOCTORS. 
Powell. J. A. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Askew, John O. 
Williams Bros. 
Ward, B. H. 



Gilliam, W. B. 
Copeland & Taylor. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Scull, Mrs. L. W. 
Copeland, W. I. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Copeland & Taylor. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Barnes, J. H. (Saw mill.) 



HYDE COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, SWAN QUARTER. 



One of the original precincts of the Lords Proprietors. Named in honor 
of Edward Hyde, Governor of the Colony. 

Area, 430 square miles. 

Population: 9,27S. White, males, 2,725; white females, 2,539; negro 
males, 1,906; negro females, 2,018; foreign born, 15. 

Value of real estate, $789,080; value of personal property, $463,441. 

Property listed in 1909 by white, $1,211,040; by negroes, $41,481. 

No. of Schools: For whites. 36; for negroes, 28. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 13 2-3e. on the $100; poor, 10c; special, 25c. 
Bonded debt, $5,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 185. Currituck and Lake Landing Townships 
worked under old State Law. Swan Quarter and Fairfield Townships by 
taxation. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Hyde County Telephone Company, assessed value $2,500 

Washington & Hyde County Telephone Co., assessed value 1,380 

Fairfield Canal iV- Turnpike Co., assessed value ... 7.600 

Fairfield & Elizabeth City Transfer Company, assessed value 2,400 

Swan Quarter Canal Com pa ny, assessed value 2.000 

Eugelhard Mercantile Company, assessed value 485 

J. W. McWilliams Company, assessed value 2.500 

Superior Court Terms: Spring Term — 10th Monday after the 1st Monday 
in March. Fall Terin— 12th Monday after the 1st Monday in September. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — Hugh J. Spen- 
cer, Swan Quarter. 

Sheriff — E. O. Spencer, Swan Quar- 
ter. 

Register of Deeds — J. C. Williams, 
Swan Quarter. 

Treasurer — J. O. Marshall, Lngei- 
hard. 

Coroner — R. C. Windl'iy, Swan 
Quarter. 

Co. Supt. of Health— U. E. Windiey. 
Swan Quarter. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — S. J. Beck- 
v ith, Lake Landing. 

Supt. of County Home — .1. T. Saw- 
yer, Swan Quarter. 

Co. Board of Education — W. P. Bur- 
ros, Engelhard; M. S. Crodles, Swan 



Quarter; Z. T. Fortescue, Scranton. 

County Commissioners — Nathaniel 
Credle, Swan Quarter: T. E. War- 
ren, Scranton, Robert Jinnette. Swan 
Quarter. 

County Board of Elections- -J. C. 
Simmons, Fairfield; George Mokely, 
Swan Quarter; William Swindell, 
Swan Quarter. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Currituck Township — A. II. Dav- 
enport, Leechville ; L. A. Griffin, Scran- 
ton ; George G. Newman, Scranton ; 
M. G. Williams, Scranton. 

Swan Quarter — Wm. Watson, Swan 
Quarter; J. W. Jarvis, Swan Quar- 
ter ; L. P. Spencer, Swan Quarter. 

Fairfield— Geo. P. Carter, Fairfield ; 
B. F. Mooney, Fairfield; C. W. Carter, 
Fairfield. 

Lake Landing — E. H. Jones, Swan 
Quarter; T. R. Benson, Swan Quar- 
ter ;Geo. I. Watson. Wysocking; W. 
D. Mann. Wysocking; Edward Adams, 



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Lake Landing; 10. L. Silanthorm, 
Engelhard; S. T. Gaskins, Lake Land- 
ing. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Rumly, J. I,., Fairfield. 
Davenport, H.. Fairfield. 
Grant, R. R., Lake Landing. 
Jarvis, .T. H., Scranton. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Lake Landing Graded School. 

Sladesville Graded School — Miss 
Annie Tyer, Principal. 

Engelhard Graded School — Miss 
Eloise Bell. Principal. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Mann, J. A., Fairfield. 

Harris, A. G., Fairfield. 

Mann, Jim, Lake Landing. 

Jarvis, B. H., Swan Quarter. 

Swindell, Walter. Scranton. 

COTTON GINS. 

Credle, Statz, Scranton. 
Spring, Alex., Scranton. 
Brinn, Charles, Swim Quarter. 
Jarvis, Harold. Engelhard. 

SAW MILLS. 
Credle, Statz. Scranton. 
Spring, Alex., Scranton. 
Mason, J. R., Swan Quarter. 
Hodges, George W., Swan Quar- 
ter. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Cartwright & O'Neal. Fairfield. 

Cuthrell. J. S., Fairfield. 

Mason, L. E., Fairfield. 

Cox, W. E., Engelhard. 

Gibbs, Closs, Engelhard. 

Davis, W. C, Engelhard. 

Engelhard Mercantile Co., Engel- 
hard. 

Spencer. T. S.. Engelhard. 

Williams. Joshua. Engelhard. 

Hall, J. M., Middleton. 

Mann, J. A., Middleton. 

Gibbs, J. W., Middleton. 

Jarvis. Walter, Middleton. 

Watson, Geo. I., Wysoeking. 

McKinney, J. R., Wysoeking. 

McKinnev, P. H., Wysoeking. 

Credle. O. T., Wysoeking. 

Weston, L. J., Lake Landing. 

Windley, S. A., Lake Landing. 

Bell, E. B., Swan Quarter. 

Watson, G. H.. Swan Quarter. 

Bridgeman, R. <;. , & Co., Swan 
Quarter. 

Jarvis. J. W., Swan Quarter. 

Harris, W. D., & Co., Swan Quar- 
ter. 

Spencer, E. B., Swan Quarter. 

Mason, C. L., Swan Quarter. 

Swindell, A. B., & Son, Swan Quar- 
ter. 

Chadwick, R. C, Swan Quarter. 
Credle, Geo. T., & Son, Swan Quar- 
ter. 

Richards. J. W., Scranton. 
Spring, Alex., Scranton. 
Sears, X. B., Scranton. 



Spencer, J. H.. Scranton. 

Ruffln, J. L., Scranton. 

Harris, R. D., Scranton. 

Lupton, S. S., Scranton. 

Selby, N. B., Scranton. 

Lupton, J. A., Scranton. 

Credle, A. B., & Clark, Scranton. 

Smith Company, Scranton. 

Piland, M. L., Ocracoke. 

J. W. McWilliams Co., Ocracoke. 

Howard, W. E., Ocracoke. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Tyson, G. T., Leechville. 

Winfield, Miss Lucy, Leechville. 

Credle, Miss Ora, Scranton. 

Tyre, Miss, Scranton. 

Rue, Miss Ada, Scranton. 

Spencer, Miss Estelle, Swan Quar- 
ter. 

Roberson. Miss Ella, Swan Quarter. 

Credle, C. G., Swan Quarter. 

Credle, J. R., Swan Quarter. 

Brown, Miss Jennie, Swan Quarter. 

Harris, Miss Delia, Swan Quarter. 

Haynes, Miss Mae, Swan Quarter. 

Tunnell, Miss Sheila, Swan Quar- 
ter. 

Oaylord. Miss Eva, Swan Quarter. 

Fisher. Miss Lessie, Swan Quarter. 

Gibbs, Mrs. E. C, Swan Quarter. 

Jones, H. C, Lake Landing. 

Tunnell, Mrs. Lillie, Lake Landing. 

Mann. Miss Willie, Lake Landing. 

Guthrie, Miss Viola, Engelhard. 

Sparrow, Miss Clara. Engelhard. 

Bell, Miss Eloise. Engelhard. 

Roper. G. E., Engelhard. 

Swindell, Mrs. J. E.. Engelhard. 

Simmons. Enoch. Fairfield. 

Mann. Mrs. T. C. Fairfield. 

Rue, Miss Emma, Fairfield. 

Williams. Miss, Ocracoke. 



SWAN QUARTER. 

Incorporated in 1903. 

Population, 1909: White, 200; col- 
ored. 25; total, 225. 

Value real estate. $50,000: value 
personal property, $25,000. 

Tax Rate: 65c. on the .$100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — W. J. Harris. 
Postmaster — A. Berry. 
Chief of Police — J. W. Hays. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— B. F. Watson. Pastor. 
• Baptist — Rev. Mr. Merrell, Pastor. 
Christian — H. S. Davenport. Pastor. 
Episcopal — S. S. Barber, Rector. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Swan Quarter High School — Cle- 
mant Credle, Principal. 
DOCTORS. 

Windley. R. E. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Windley, R. E. 



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GENERAL 
Berry, W. T 
Brinn, 
Brinn, 
Credle, 
Berry, 
HOTELS 



MERCHANDISE. 

& Co. 
Charles. 
S. C. 
Geo. V., 
Alex. 
AND BOARDING HOUSES. 



Sr. 



Lupton, S. 
Harris, VT. 



S. 
J. 



LIVERY STABLES. 

Harris, W. J. 
Brinn, Greely. 

LAWYERS. 
Mann, S. S. 
Jones, Walter. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Swindell, W. B. 
Brinn, Greely. 



IREDELL COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, STATESVILLE. 

Formed in 1T8S. Named in honor of James Iredell, Associate Justice 
Supreme Court of United States. 

Area: 650 square miles. 

Population, 30,000. White males, 10,644; white females, 11,088; negro 
males, 3,600 ; negro females, 3,731 ; foreign born, 30. 

Value of real estate, $4,609,715 ; value of personal property, $3,301,327. 

Property listed in 1900 by whites, $7,688,489; by negroes, $221,553. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 92; for negroes, 33. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 23 2-3c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 
23 l-3c. ; special, 1 l-2c. ; State, 25c. ; schools, 18c. 

Public Roads: Worked by taxation and convict labor. 
RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Harmony Telephone Co., assessed value $ 1,000.00 

Clio Telephone Co., assessed value 1.475.00 

Amity Telephone Co., assessed value 525.00 

Southern Railway Co.. 53.20 miles, assessed value 1,549,872.60 

Southern Bell Tel. & Tel. Co., assessed value 27,018.00 

North Carolina Midland Railroad, 4.91 miles, assessed value . . 80,721.62 

The Pullman Co., assessed value 3,386.76 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 5. 402.48 

Mooresville Telephone Co., assessed value 4,664.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 6,004.38 

Southern Power Co., assessed value 8.350.000 

Iredell Telephone Co., assessed value 10,900.00 

Peoples Telephone Co., assessed value 1 .200.00 

Superior Court Terms: 51 h Monday before the 1st Monday in March, two 
weeks, criminal and civil; 11th Monday after the 1st Monday in March, 
two weeks, criminal and civil; 5th Monday before the 1st Monday in Sep- 
tember, two weeks, criminal and civil; Sth Monday after the 1st Monday in 
September, two weeks, criminal and civil. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— J. A. Hartness, 
Statesville. 

Sheriff— J. M. Deaton. Statesville. 

Register of Deeds — J. E. Boyd. 
Statesville. 

Treasurer — W. R. Sloan. Statesville. 

Coroner — P. C. Carlton, Statesville. 

Surveyor — R. F. Rives, Statesville. 

Co. Supt. of Health— M. R. Adams, 
Statesville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— L. O. White. 
Statesville. 

Supt. of County Home — W. C. Barry, 
Barium Springs. 

Co. Board of Education — W. G. 
Nicholson, J. H. Hill, Statesville; J. 
I/. Bradley, Statesville. 

County Commissioners — D. E. Tur- 
ner. R. F. Gaither, J. W. Hager, Clio; 



N. B. Mills. Statesville; H. C. Sum- 
mers. New Sterling. 

County Board of Elections — W. D. 
Templeton, Mooresville: Lee Morrow. 
Statesville; R. V. Brawley, Statesville. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

P. C. Carlton, Statesville; W. H. 
Newton, Mt. Mourne; J. P. Howard, 
Roby; T. G. Wallace, Hamptonville, 
R. F. D. No. 1; S. C. Johnson. Stonv 
Point, R. F. D. No. 2; J. W. Vanhov, 
Roby, R. F. D. No. 1; G. W. Mc- 
Neely, Statesville, R. F. D. No. 1; Z. 
R. Tharpe, Net; W. J. Morrison, 
Statesville, R. F. D. No. 3; Elwood E. 
Smith. Settle; D. W. Lowrence, 
Mooresville; W. S. Page, Cool Spring; 
S. Grose, Statesville: W. C. Wooten, 
Statesville, R. F. D. No. 2; W. H. 
Hunter. Scotts ; J. A. Stikeleather. 



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IREDELL COUNTY. 



Olin; W. M. Reid, New Hope, K. F. 
D. No. 1; J. F. Brown, Eagle Mills; 
M. I>. Stinson, Troutman; D. J. Ful- 
bright, Stony Point, K. F. D. No. 1; 
J. R. Warren, Eutola, R. F. D. No. 1; 
J. W. Vanstory, Olin; A. M. Kennerlv, 
Mt. Dlla, R. F. U. No. 2; S. A. Pad- 
gett, Olin; W. C. Moore, Statesville; 
O. O. Harwell, Troutman, R. F. D. 
No. 1; G. F. Shepherd, Elmwood ; J. 
C. McLean, Mooresville; C. V. Voils, 
Mooresville; W. W. Turner, States- 
ville; W. B. Campbell. Harmony, 
R. F. D. No. 1; E. A. Mathe- 
son, Troutman, R. F. D. No. 1; 
A. J. Beaver, Cool Spring; W. F. 
Reece, Cool Spring; E. T. Goodman, 
Mooresville; S. S. Templeton, Olin, 
R. F. D. No. 1 ; J. A. King, States- 
ville; A. W. Blackwelder. Troutman, 
K. F. D. No. 2; N. F. Blackwelder, 
Dunlap; P. B. Kennedy, Houston- 
ville; W. H. Aderholdt, Statesville; 
N. E. Moores, New Hope ; J. E. Pri- 
vett, Jennings; P. W. Eagle, States- 
ville. R. F. D. No. 5; W. W. William- 
son, Troutman ; D. L. Webb, States- 
ville; R. F. D. No. 4; W. H. Cook. 
Houstonville. R. F. D. No. 1 ; B. B. 
Boyd, Barium Springs; G. F. Dow- 
mim, Turnerburg; R. W. Davis, 
Mooresville; J. A. Mills, Doolie; G. L. 
Houston, Troutman. R. F. D. No. 2; 
A. S. McCoy. Mooresville, R. F. D. 
No. 2; F. B. Gaither. Harmony; J. F. 
Murdock, Stony Point. R. F. D. No. 
2; J. A. Ingram. Eufola. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

E. E. Smith. Settle; J. M. Gibbs, 
Harmony: J. P. Davis, Olin; E. E. 
Yates. Statesville. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Harmony High School. 

Scott's High School— .T. M. Watt. 
Principal. 

Cool Spring High School— D. C. 
Doggett, Principal. 

Eupeptic Springs High School — Miss 
Mary Crater, Principal. 

Troutman High School — Miss Mamie 
Crooks, Principal. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Nichols, W. G., Harmony. 

Jurney, P. C, Turnersburg. 

King. J. E. Statesville, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Boyd, Lois. Barium Springs. 

Burnes, A. B.. Cleveland. 

Blaylock, N. W.. Statesville. 

Ferguson. K. M., Statesville. 

Mills, R. W.. Troutman. 

Wilhelm, W. W., Eufola. 

Kluttz. E. E.. Troutman. 

Hall, E. A.. Dunlap. 

King. J. E.. Snow Creek. 

Houston, Geo. J., Mt. Motirne. 



Parks, W. 1'.. Olin. 

Williams, J. V., Evalin. 

Young, .lames, Granite Hill. 

Mott, W. B., Mt. Mourne. 

Moore, J. T., May hew. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Grose, C. A., & Bro., Harmony. 

Gaither, R. F.. Harmony. 

Pressley, W. F., Stony Point, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Sarten, D. P., Cool Spring. 

Long, J. J., & Son, Elwood. 

Watt, T. L., & Co. Scotts. 

Stimpson & Steele, Turnersburg. 

Holland, W. L., Olin. 

COTTON GINS. 

Stimpson & Steele, Turnersburg. 

Pou, R. W., Elmwood. 

Fox, N. W., Statesville. 

Gaither, R. F., Harmony. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Stimpson & Steele. Turnersburg. 

Nicholson' Mills, Nicholsons' Mills. 

Jennings Mill, Jennings. 
SAW MILLS . 

Stimpson & Steele. Turnersburg. 

Tomlin. C. A., Olin. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Turner, Miss Laura L., Statesville. 

Dotsou, Miss Eva, Statesville. 

Stevenson, Miss Maggie, Stony 
Point. 

Shinn, Miss Lillian. Troutman, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Miller, Miss Alice. Troutman. 

Earnhardt, Miss Lettie, Statesville, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Howard, B. C, Troutman, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Davidson, C. A., Troutman, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Foster, Miss Lizzie, Statesville. 

Steele, Miss K. Lee, Statesville. 

Morrison. Miss Ethel, Statesville. 

Smith, Miss Augusta. Elmwood. 

Abernethy, Miss Pearl. Statesville. 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Levan, R. E.. Stony Point, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Morrison. E. H.. Scotts. 

Cowan, Miss Mary, Elmwood. 

Brawlev, V. R., Troutman, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Brookshire. Miss Essie. Troutman. 

Elliott, Knox, Stony Point, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Brown. G. P., Scotts. 

Myers. Sanford. Jennings. 

Howard, Miss Margaret. Troutman. 

Sides. Miss Mabel. Loray. 

Dunlap. Miss Lillian. Dunlap. 

Ostwalt, Miss Banna. Statesville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Alexander, Miss Florence. Stony 
Point. 

Hedrick. J. C, Loray. 



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Ervin, L. F., Scotts. 
Summers, J. Watt, Statesville, R. 
F. D. No. 6. 
Younger, Miss Alta. New Hope. 
Woodsides, Miss Lottie. Loray. 
Harris, Miss Cleora. Stony Point. 
Dunlap, Miss Eleanor, Dunlap. 
Moore, Miss Ella, Cool Spring. 
Murdock, Miss Pearl, Statesville. 
Gray, J. B., Dunlap. 

Rash, J. W„ Statesville. 

Kennedy, T. A., Troutmans, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Myers ,J. R., Jennings. 

Houpe, L. B., Dunlap. 

Watt, J. M„ Scotts. 

Crater, Cynthia, Olin, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Crater. Miss Mary, Statesville. 

Little, Miss Annie, Statesville, R. F.- 
I). No. 6. 

Crater, Merton, Olin. 

Gilbert, Miss Mattie. Statesville, R. 
F. D. No. 6. 

Crater, J. W., Olin, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Maddisou, S. M., Olin, R. F. D. 
No. 1 

Lazenbv. Miss Ara, Statesville, R. 
F. D. No. 7. 

Lazenbv. Miss Annie, Statesville, R. 
F. D. No. 7. 

Choat, Miss Oua, Huutersville. 

Gibbs, Miss Janie, Statesville. 

Mayberry, Blaine. New Hope. 

Stewart, J. A., Stonv Point, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Hepler, H. C. Olin. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Holeombe, Miss Mamie. Harmony. 

Redmond. R. C, New Hope. 

Hedriek, M. S., Loray. 

Trivette, Dollie, Harmony. 

Trivette, Willie, Harmony. 

Troutman, J. Claud, Statesville. R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Williams, T. H„ New Hope. 

Holton, M. B., Statesville, R. F. D. 
No. 7. 

Harmon. E. E.. Statesville, R. F. D. 

Baitv, Miss Anna, Mooresville, R. 
F. D. 

Swain. W. J.. Olin, R. F. D. N<>. 1. 

Howard, Miss Sarah, Dunlap. 

Hall. Miss Mattie R„ Statesville. 

Summers, Miss Louise, Statesville. 

Summers, Miss Robena, Statesville. 
R. F. D. No. 7. 

Lawrence. Miss Mary, Statesville, R. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Sharpe, W. P.. Harmony. 

Cloaninger. Miss Lou, Mooresville. 

Tolbert, Miss Mattie, Troutman, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Davidson, Miss Sallie, Statesville, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Hix. Miss Annie. Houstonville. 



Sharpe, 
Sharpe, 
Harris, 
Harris. 



Reid. W. M., New Hope, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Heath, Miss Daisy. Harmony. 

Tharpe. Miss Mamie. Harmony. 

Sharpe, C. W., Harmony. 

James W., Harmony. 
Jno. C, Harmony. 
Miss Maud, Stony Point. 
Miss Cleora, Stony Point. 

Wetmore, T. B., Harmony. 

Tharpe, Miss Claudia, Harmony. 

Mason, J. R., Statesville, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Reece, Miss Li 11a B., Elmwood. 

Nicholson. Miss Willie, Statesville. 

Stevenson, Miss Mary, Loray. 

Andrews. Miss Ethel, Statesville. 

Hill. Miss Mary A„ Statesville. R. F. 
I). No. 5. 

Lowrance, Jay, Mooresville. 

Robinson. Miss Ethel, Mooresville. 

Bell. Miss Cora, Mt. Mourne. 

Bost, E. B.. Mooresville. It. F. D. 

Davis, R. W., Mooresville, R. F. D. 

Crooks, Miss Mamie E., Troutmans. 

Yoos, Miss Betiiah. Charlotte. 

Stimson, Miss Annie, Statesville. 

Wagner, Clyde. Troutmans. 

Ponder, Miss Eugenia, Skyland. 

Morrow, Harvey, Eufola. 

Moore. Mrs. J. P., Statesville. 

Kennedy, Miss Mary, Harmony. 

Trivette. Nathan. Hamptonville. 
F. D. No. 1. 

McLendon. Miss Josephine. Ha 
inony. 



K. 



STATESVILLE. 

Population. 1909: 5,000; No. white 
polls, 042; No. colored polls. 77. 

Value real estate, $1.415,935 : value 
personal property, $936,612. 

Tax Rate, $1.15 on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $1S0,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— H. P. Grier. 

Chief of Police — C. H. Conner. 

City Clerk — E. Morrison. 

Treasurer — E. Morrison. 

Tax Collector — W. L. Neely. 

Standard-Keeper — J. U. Lamprecbt. 

City Attorney — D. Thompson. 

City Supt. of Health— H. F. Long. 

Postmaster — J. W. C. Long. 

R. R. Agent — B. A. Cowan, South- 
ern Railway. 

Express Agent — V. E. Lackey, 
Southern Express Co. 

Telegraph Managers — C. J. Jones, 
Western Union ; B. W. Crowson, Pos- 
tal-Cable Co. 

Telephone Managers — A. J. Salley, 
Southern Bell Tel. & Tel. Co.; H. M. 
Barringer. Iredell Telephone Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — C. E. Madrey, J. F. 



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Mitchner, Pastor. 

Lutheran — \Y. A. Lutz, Pastor. 

Methodist— Harold Turner, O. I. 
Hiuson, Pastors. 

Presbyterian — C. E. Raynol, J. B. 
Branch, Pastors. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Statesville Graded Schools — I). Matt 
Thompson, Superintendent. 

Statesville Female College — John A. 
Seott, President. 

Statesville Male Acadery — A. S. Pax- 
ton, Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Iredell. 

Statesville Inn. 

St. Charles. 

Gaither House. 

Smith House. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Lazenley, W. J. 

Lester, C. H. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

First National Bank — J. C. Irvin, 
President; E. S. Pegram, Cashier. 

Commercial National Bank — M. K. 
Steele, President; D. M. Ausley, 
Cashier. 

Merchants & Farmers Bank — L. T. 
Stimpson, President; F. B. Bunch, 
Cashier. 

BAKERS. 

Johnson, W. S. 

Gunn, J. A. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Steele, J. C. & Sons. 

Morrison, W. E. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Miller, S. B. 

S. M. & H. Shoe Co. 

BOOK STORES. 

Allison, R. P. 

BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Statesville, B. & L. Association. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Harbin. J. P. 

Jones, P. A. 

Alexander Bros. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'R'S. 

Statesville Vehicle & Harness Co. 

Henkle Live Stock Co. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Miller, W. W. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Statesville Knitting Co. 

Bradford Hosiery Mills. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Karosous, A. 

Sherrill & Reese. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 

Lazenby, W. J. 

Steele, T. L. 

Morrison, D. A. 
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Morrison, J. K., & Sons Co. 



Statesville Oil & Fertilizer Co. 
Cowan, J. L. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Harrison, N. 
Sloan Clothing Co. 
Knox, R. M., Co. (The) 
COTTON GINS. 
Morrow, L. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
Ramsey-Bowels-Morrison Co. 
The Ladies Furnishing Store. 
Mills tV: Poston. 

DENTISTS. 
Laugenour, I'. F. 
White, L. 
Turner, C. A. 
Mott, C. B. 
Carlton, Frank. 
1'hifer, A. G. 

TOBACCO DEALERS. 
Morrison, J. K., & Sons Co. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Statesville Drug Co. 
Polk-Gray Drug Co. 
Stimpson, Logan & Son. 
Hall, W. F., Jr. 

DOCTORS. 
Adams, M. R. 
Hill, W. J. 
McLaughlin, J. E. 
Campbell, A. 
Yount, E. M. 
Campbell, R. A. 
Long, H. F. 
McElwee. Ross S. 
Sharpe, F. L. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Sherrill-White Co. 

Lawrence Bros. Co. 

W. W. Foushee. 

The Lillv-Allison Co. 

The T. M. Mills Co. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Southern Power Co. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 

Karousos. A. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Sloop, J. E. 

Stevenson, H. L. 

Fowler, N. W. 

Austin. G. M. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Phifer, J. P. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Steele, J. C, & Sons. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Statesville House Furnishing Co. 

Williams, D. J. 

GROCERS. 

Morrison, J. K., & Sons Co. 
(Wholesale). 

Statesville Grocery Co. (Wholesale). 

Matheson Grocery Co. 

Colvert Grocery Co. 



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Eagle & Milkolland. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Statesville Hardware & Harness Co. 

Evans Hardware Co. 

Lazenby-Montgomery Co. 
HOSPITALS. 

Long's Sanitorinm. 

Rillingsley City Hospital (memo- 
rial). 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Gaither, E. G. (Fire, Life Health, 
Accident). 

Statesville Realty & Investment Co. 

Statesville Loan & Trust Co. 

Carlton. P. C. (Fire). 

Sloan. W. E. (Fire, Life, Health, 
Accident). 

JEWELERS. 

Woodward Bros. 

Rickert, R. H. 

Henry, R. F. 

LAUNDRIES. 

Statesville Steam Laundry. 

Chinese Laundry. 

LAWYERS. 

Turner, W. D. 

Arm field, C. H. 

McLaughlin, R. B. 

Nicholson, Geo. B. 

Armfield, J. B. 

Raymer, D. L. 

Thompson, Dorman. 

Burke, H. 

Bristol. W. A. 

Long, Z. V. 

firier, H. P. 

Caldwell, L. C. 

Connelly, J. B. 

Nattress, W. E. 

Coble. A. L. 
LUMBER MR'R'S. AND DEALERS. 

Iredell Lumber Co. 

Miller, A. A.. & Son. 

Munday-Teague Co. 

MARBLE WORKS. 

Cooper Marble Works. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 

Turner, C. H. 

Steel, J. C, & Sons. 

Statesville Hardware & Harness Co. 

Overcash, W. A. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Statesville Furniture Co. 

Imperial Furniture Mfg. Co. 

Kincaid Furniture Co. 

Ahta Chair Co. 

Statesville Safe & Table Co. (Fur- 
niture.) 

Statesville Cotton Mills. 

Bloomneld Mfg. Co. 

Paola Cotton Mills. (Cotton goods.) 

Flanigan Harness Co. (Harness.) 

Statesville Knitting Co. 

Bradford Hosiery Mills. (Hosiery.) 
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Evans Hardware Co. 

Lazenby-Montgomery Hardware Co. 



PAINTERS. 

Coley, John. 
Moose, W. A. 
Johnson, E. S. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Morrison Produce & Provision Co. 
Miller, W. W. 
Statesville Grocery Co. 

PLUMBERS. 
Holler, A. W., Plumbing Co. 
Holcomb, Zeb V. 
Munday & Richie. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Leonard, J. S. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Simpson, W. J. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Brady, J. A. 
Statesville Printing Co. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Statesville Realty & Investment Co. 
Gaither, E. G. 
Mills, W. R. 
Brawley, R. V. 
Kerr. J. S. 
Wallace, Isidore. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Morrison, W. E. 

TAILORS. 
Sloan, Ralph. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Nicholson, J. W...& Co. 
Critcher & Wilson. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Bass, R. A. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Critcher & Wilson. 
Johnson, E. S. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
The Mascot — A. H. Gilmore, Editor. 
The Landmark— R. R. Clark, Edi- 
tor. 



MOORESVILLE. 

Population, 1900: 3,450. 

No. white polls, 424 ; No. colored 
polls. 54. 

Value real estate. $472, 2S5; value 
personal property, $696,492. 

Tax Rate: 50c. on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $35,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. E. Brown. 

Chief of Police — Wm. A. Brown. 

City Clerk— W. D. Terapleton. 

Treasurer — W. D. Templeton. 

Tax Collector — E. M. Kennedy. 

City Attorney — Zeb. V. Turlington. 

Postmaster — R. S. Templeton. 

R. R. Agent — W. P. Drew, Southern 
Railway Co. 

Express Agent — W. P. Drew. 

Telegraph Manager — Robt. Baker, 
Western Union Tel. Co.; F. P. Yates, 
Postal Tel. Co. 

Telephone Manager — J. A. Harrill, 
Mooresville Tel. Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — J. V. Devery, Pastor. 



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Lutheran — J. L. Morgan, Pastor. 

Methodist — R. M. Courtney, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — (First). W. S. Wilson. 
Pastor; (Second), No. Pastor. 

Associate Reformed Presbyterian — 
It. C. Davidson. Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Mooresville Graded Sehools — A. C. 

Kerley, Superintendent. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Commercial Hotel. 
Melebor, Mrs. Lillian. 
Miller, Mrs. Maggie. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
First National Bank — George C. 
Goodman, President; C. P. McNeely, 
Cashier. 

& Farmers Bank — E. W. 
resident; H. D. Mills, 



Merchants 
Brawley, 1 
Cashier. 

BRICK 

Carpenter, 
Brown, James W. 

Bl ILDING & LOAN 

Mooresville. 
BUTCHERS AND 

CATTLE 

Cornelius, George D. 
Smith, C. 
Brown, J 
CARRIAGE 

Johnston. 
Turner, D. 



MANUFACTURERS. 

W. P. 



ASSOCIATIONS. 
DEALERS IN 



G. 

E., & Co. 

DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 

W. C. & Co. 
E., & Co. 



COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Mooresville Cotton Mills. 
Dixie Cotton Mills Co. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Butler, J. W. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Troutmau. B. A. 
Brown, D. M. 
Brown. A. F. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Johnston, H. N., & Co. 

COTTON GINS. 

Templeton. Williams & Co. 
Lorene Cotton Seed Oil Mills. 
Mooresville Gin & Feed Co. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 

Howard, Brawley & Co. 
P., Co. 
W. W., Co. 
DENTISTS. 

s. 

N. 



Mills, J. 
Rankin, 

Frontis, 
Toils, C. 
Troutmau, 



Paul W. 

DRUGGISTS. 

George C, & 
H. 



Goodman, 
Miller, E. 

DOCTORS. 

Stevenson. S. W. 
Bell, A. E. 
Moore, N. G. 
Carpenter, F. A. 
Gilmore, W. D. 
Dr. Evans. 



Co. 



DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Freeze, R. W., & Co. 

Carpenter. W. P. 

Courey, L. II. 

White Bros. 

Rankin, Harris & McNeely. 

Culp & McNeely Bros. 

POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Municipal Light & Power Co. 

FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Lorene Cotton Seed Oil Mills. 

Brawley, E. W. 

Rankin. \Y. W., Co. 

Mills, J. P., Co. 

Howard, Rrawlev & Co. 

Rankin, Harris & McNeely. 

Carpenter, W. P. 

Freeze, R. W., & Co. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Butler, J. W. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Yates. F. P. 
Nesbit & Pressley. 

GROCERS. 

Johnston. H. N., & Co. 
Neel, W. M.. & Co. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Johnston, W. C, & Co. 
Turner, D. E., & Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Mooresville Loan & Trust Co. (Life 

and Fire.) 

Goodman, 8. M. (Life and Fire.) 
McLauchlin, Shelley. (Life and 

Fire.) 

JEWELERS. 

Abernethy. R. M. 
Walters. J. H. 

LAWYERS. 
Turlington, Zeb. V. 
Starr. A. L. 

LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 

Mooresville Furniture Co. 
Barger Bros. 
Brown, .Tas. W. 
Mooresville Lumber Co. 

MARBLE WORKS. 

Mooresville Marble Works. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Lorene Cotton Seed Oil Mills. 
Mooresville Cotton Mills. 
Eagle Clothing Mfg. Co. (Pants.) 
Mooresville Furniture Co. (Furi/i- 
ture.) 

Dixie Cotton Mills. 

PAINTERS. 
Mathesou, W. L. 
Miller, Elmer. 
Pressley, S. J. 
Gouger, J. F. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Johnston, H. N., & Co. 
Xeel, W. M., & Co. 
Culp & McNeely Bros. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Cooper, W. S. 



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PRINTING OFFICES. 

Miller. R. Ambrose. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Mooresville Loan & Trust Co. 
Ozment. M. A. 



\ NDERTAKERS AM) EMBALMERS. 
Johnston, H. N., & Co. 
Yates. P. P. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Mooresville Enterprise — J. Bailey 
Robeson, Editor. 



JACKSON COUNTY. 



COCNTY SEAT, WEBSTER. 

Formed .11 1831. Named in honor of General Andrew Jackson. 

Area: 200 square miles. 

Population: 11,853. White males. 5,621; white females. 5,301; negro 
males, 314; negro females, 277; foreign born, 10; Indians. 340. 

Value of real estate, $1.4S4.0s4 ; value of personal property. $2,4S3,550. 

Property listed in 1009 by whites. $2,394,954; by negroes. $20,908; by In- 
dians. 807,088. 

No. of Sehools: For whites. 52; for negroes, 3. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 41 2-3c. on the $100; poor. 38; roads and 
bridges, 25c; special, 13c. County bonded debt,. $1,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles. 250. Worked by taxation and labor. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Railway, 22.80 miles, assessed value $664,522.30 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 2,120.04 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. assessed value 1.609.70 

Franklin Telephone and Electric Company, assessed value 244.00 

Waynesville Telephone Co.. assessed value 300.00 

Bryson City Telephone Company, assessed value 889.00 



Home — Arthur All- 
Education — R. L. 
Cullowhee; R. L. 

R. Sherrill. Web- 



COTJNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — J. F. Brown, 

Webster. 

Sheriff — J. M. Worley. Webster. 

Register of Deeds — J. T. Cribble, 
Webster. 

Treasurer — M. Worth Bryson, Web- 
ster. 

Coroner — D. D. Hooper, Sylva. 

Surveyor — W. F. Cook. Rich Moun- 
tain. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— Ottis Self. 
Webster. 

Supt. of County 
man, Webster. 

Co. Board of 
Madison, Ichrm.), 
Gray, Sylva ; W. 
ster. 

County Commissioners — H. R. 

Queen, (chrm.). Argura : W. J. Cogdill, 
Addie; J. M. Watson, Cullowhee. 

County Board of Elections — C. L. 
McKee, (chrm.), Sylva; .!. T. Wilkes, 
East LaPorte. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Barkers Creek — W. M. Brown, Bar- 
kers; C P». Sutton. Barkers; T. C. 
Jones, Barkers. 

Cany Fork Township — John C. 
Brown," Cowarts; Dillard Hooper, 
Cowarts. 

Canadeer — S. M. Parker, Argura ; J. 
H. Mathews, Argura. 

Cullowhee — J. N. Wilson, Cullowhee; 
B. H. Hooper, Cullowhee; W. L. Hen- 
son. Cullowhee. 



-R. H. Jarrett, Dillsboro; 
Dillsboro; F. Jarrett, 



Dillsboro 

M. L. Hall 
Dillsboro. 

Greens Creek — A. C. Cagle, Greens 
Creek; R. W. Green, Greens Creek; J. 
C. Reed, Greens Creek. 

Hamburgh — T. C. Dills. Hamburgh; 
C. G. Wilsou, Hamburgh; Elbert Wat- 
son. Hamburgh. 

.Mountain — J. M. Leopard, Erastus ; 
M. L. Coggins, Erastus. 

Qualla— W. B. Sherrill. Whittier; S. 
J. Beck, Whittier; J. H. Bardly, 
Whittier. 

s.vlva — R. W. Fisher, Sylva: John 
Keener, S.vlva : J. R. Love, Sylva. 

Scotts Creek — J. P. Calhoun, Addie; 
J. S. Hoyle, Addie; F. F. C. Wood- 
ward. Addie. 

Savannah — S. T. Bryson. Gay; R. D. 
Cowan, Gay. 

Webster— A. W. Davis, Webster; J. 
J. Wilal. Webster; Roy Leatherwood. 
Webster. 

River — P. N. Price, Tuckaseige. 
MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Baptist — L. W. Hooper. Tuckaseigee. 

Hooper, L. W.. Suls Creek. 

Queen, A. C, Wolf Mountain. 

Sitton, J. D., Cullowhee. 

Bryson, A. C. 

Rev. Mr. Cook. Addie. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Cullowhee Normal and Industrial 
School — R. L. Madison, Principal, Cul- 
lowhee. 

Webster High School— J. O. Allen. 



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JACKSON COUNTY. 



Principal, Webster. 

Sylva Collegiate Institute — Prof. 
Hearst, Principal, Svlva. 
I'LOl'R, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Harris Milling Co., Dillsboro. 
Allen, W. L., Beta. 

SAW MILLS. 

Mason', C. C, Dillsboro. 

Hooper, Lee, Cullowhee. 

Callhoun, J. S., Addie. 

Rogers, J. S., Whittier. 

Wild, F. J., Webster. 

McGuire, George, Morton. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Brysou, H. H., Argnra. 

Call, G. M., Cashiers. 

Fowler, W. M., Glenville. 

Holden, Frank, Glenville. 

Peek. B. M., Glenville. 

Coggins, M. L., Erastus. 

Wike & Smith, Cullowhee. 

Rigdon, J. M., Tuckaseigee. 

Coward, William, Cowarts. 

Norton & Wild, Webster. 

Zachary & Bryson, Cullowhee. 

Coglee, John, Greens Creek. 

Wike, W. D., & Co., Greens Creek. 

Jones, A. D., Barkers Creek. 

Brown, W. M., Wilmot. 

Watts, A. B., Wilmot. 

Monteith, G. W., Wilmot. 

MeCall, George R.. Caskins. 

Holder, Miles, Fall Cliff. 

Shelton. Win., Speedwell. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Taylor, H. F., Whittier, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Sprinkle, G. W., Whittier, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Bradshawe. Miss Maggie. Whittier, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Cathev, Miss Inez. Svlva. 

Stillwell, Miss Lillian, Sylva." 

Parker, A. D., Sylva. 

Moore, Miss Maggie. Sylva. 

Shelton, Miss Birdie, Whittier. 

Keller. Miss Myrtle, Wilmot. 

Buchanan, Miss Luetta, Barkers 
Creek. 

Owen. Miss Delia, Dillsboro. 

Monteith, D. A., Dillsboro. 

Cooper, Sam. T., Dillsboro. 

Owen, Charles F., Sylva. 

Hooper, V. V., Beta. 

Hensou, Miss Bertie. Beta. 

Bnsley, Clingman, r»eta. 

Brown, Miss Eva, Balsam. 

Dillard. Miss Marie, Willets. 

Phillips. S. J„ Willets. 

Long, Miss Demerries, Addie. 

Wilson. Miss Gertrude, Addie. 

Hall, Miss Grace. Webster. 

Honeycutt. Miss Gertrude, Webster. 

Avera, Miss Florida. Webster. 

Ashe, Miss Lula, Greens Creek. 

Shelton, Miss Bessie, Greens Creek. 

Tilley, L. V., Greens Creek. 

Zachary, Fred, Deets. 

Wilson, Miss Lula, Deets. 

Liner, Miss Nettie, Deets. 

Brown, Miss Susie, Gay. 



Coward, Miss Florence, Cullowhee. 

Henson, Miss Bertha, Cullowhee. 

Keller, Miss Lacretia, Cullowhee. 

Keller, Miss Daisy, Speedwell. 

Frizzell. Miss Nannie, Fall Cliff. 

Stillwell, E. H., Cullowhee. 

Henson, Miss Lela, East Laport. 

Ensley, Miss Bertha, Tuckaseigee. 

Higdon, M. V., Tuckaseigee. 

Waldroup, E. W., Cowarts. 

Long, Miss Minnie. Cowarts. 

Bird, J. W., Cowarts. 

Hooper, Ransom, Cowarts. 

Wood. J. O., Rich Mountain. 

Waldroup, Miss Girlie, Rich Moun- 
tain. 

Powell, Miss Rosa. Wolf Mountain. 

Norton, J. L., Wolf Mountain. 

Hooper, Aaron, Argura. 

Galloway. Mrs. Olivia, Argura. 

Jamison. Miss Maud, Glenville. 

Henson. Miss Julia. Glenville. 

Rigdon. Miss Mattie, Glenville. 

Zachary, T. Roy, Glenville. 

Buchanan. Beuj. F., Glenville. 

Rogers. Miss Bonnie. Erastus. 

Stewart, Miss Julia. Erastus. 

Bumgarner, Miss Nettie, Cashiers. 

Pickiesimer, Miss Bessie, White 
Side. 

Grimshawe. Miss Annie. Ocala. 

Norton, Miss Lessie, Sapphire. 



WEBSTER. 

Value real estate, $10,000; value 
personal property, S15.000. 
Postmastei — G. W. Sutton. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist— J. A. Peeler. Pastor. 
Baptist — Rev. Mr. Kesterson, Tas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Webster Graded School— R. L. Al- 
len. Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Tuckaseigee Bank — J. J. Hooker, 
President; .1. L. Bravles, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Self. William. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Webster Drug Store. 

LAWYERS. 
Moore, Walter E. 
Cowan. C. C. 
Allv, Felix E. 
Sutton, G. W. 
Brown. A. A. 
Sherrill. W. R. 
Hooker. J. J„ Dillsboro. 
Wilke. C. B.. East La Porte. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Brvles. J. L. 
Coward. O. B. 
Rigrdon, J. M. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Mountain View Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

J. W. Rhinehart. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Consolidated Nickle Co. 



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Cullowhee Copper Co., Cullowhee. 
Harris Clay Co., Harris. 



J. Long. 
Wilson. 
Hampton, 

E. Hainp- 



n. 



SYIiVA. 

Incorporated in 1899. 
Population, 1909: White, 400; color- 
ed, 100; total, 500. 

Value real estate, $129,420; value 
personal property, $204,903. 
Tax Bate: 35c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — James R. Love. 
Postmaster — Mrs. Sadie 
Chief of Police — Claude 
K. B. Agent — H. E. 
Southern Railway Co. 

Manager Telegraph — H. 
tou, Western Union Telegraph Co 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
First Methodist Church, Souths 
C. H. Neal, Pastor. 

First Baptist — W. Burton Crease- 
man, Pastor. 

St. John's Episcopal — Kenneth I. 
Rice. 

SCHOOLS AND 
Baptist Collegiate 
Hurst, Principal. 

BANKS AND 
Jackson County 
Harris, President; 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 
Hooper, Delos D. 
Nichols, Asbury S. 

DRUGGISTS. 
A Theodore Buchanan. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Grindstau, B. C, oc Co. 
Sylva Supply Co. 
Fowler, W. M. 
Cathey, B. H., & Son. 
B. F., & Co. 
J. 
W. 
Hoxit & Stiles (meats). 
HOTELS AND BOARDING 
Commercial Hotel, Mrs. 
Morris, Proprietor. 

Boarding House, Mrs. S. 
nnan, Prop. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Sylva Livery and Feed Co., D. M. 
Dillard. Manager. 



ACADEMIES. 

Institute — W. 

BANKERS. 

Bank — Charles 



M. 



Rheinhart, 
Miller, W. 
Keener, J. 



HOUSES 

H. M. 

O. Buch- 



MANUFACTUBING PLANTS. 

Sylva Lumber & Manufacturing Co. 
Harris Rees Tanning Co. 
Dunn, Buchanan Lumber Co. 
Dills & Bryson Mfg. Co. (Shirts.) 

MONUMENTS. 
Stein, H. 



col- 



J. 

Buchanan, 



DIMiSBORO. 

Incorporated in 1884. 

Population, 1909: White, 275 
ored, 25; total, 300. 

Value real estate, $75,000; value 
personal property, $39,000. 

TOWN OFFICEBS. 

Mayor — J. J. Mason. 

Postmaster — Mrs. S. C. Jarrett. 

Chief of Police— C. C. Mason. 

B. R. Agent— P. W. Kincaid, South- 
ern Railway Co. 

Manager Telegraph — P. W. Kincaid, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

M. E. Church, South— C. H. Neal, 
Pastor. 

Baptist— P. T. McAfee, Pastor. 

Presbyterian— R. P. Smith, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Dillsboro Graded School. 
DOCTORS. 

Candler, C. Z. 

Colby, C. D. W. 

Candler, J. M. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Dillsboro Pharmacy. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Buchanan & Leatherwood. 

Bryson, Holmes. 

Dillsboro Supply Co. 

Jarrett, J. P., & Sons. 

Watkins, J. D. (Groceries.) 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Jarrett Springs Hotel. 

Haywood House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Parris, M. 

Zacharv & Fisher. 
MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Blue Ridge Locust Pin Co. (Pin 
Factory.) 

Mason, J. J. (Saw Mill.) 

Harris Milling Co. (Flour Mill.) 
LAWYERS. 

Hooker, J. J. 



JOHNSTON COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, SMITHFIELD. 

Formed in 1740. Named in honor of Gabriel Johnston, Colonial Governor. 

Area: 740 square miles. 

Population: 35,500. White males, 13.345; white females, 13,141; negro 
males, 4,423; negro females, 4,205; foreign born, 42. 

Value of real estate, $4,276,034; value of personal property, $3,260,773. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $7,217,677; by negroes, $319,130. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 110; for negroes, 37. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 20c. on the $100. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 700. Four townships worked by special tax; 
twelve townships under old State Law. 



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-'TO JOHNSTON COUNTY. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Selma Telephone Company, assessed value $ .",T.",.()(i 

Cardenas Telephone Company, assessed value 95.00 

Johnston County Telephone Company, assessed value 2,900.00 

North Carolina R. R.. 26.24 miles, assessed value 1,228,614.20 

Carolina Telephone & Tel. Company, assessed value 5.606.00 

Southern Railway, rolling stock, assessed value 15,766.00 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R., 4, -> >.62 miles, assessed value 1,274,924.49 

Renson Telephone Company, assessed value 2,000.00 

The Pullman Company, assessed value 5,200.54 

Southern Rell Tel. & Telegraph Company, assessed value 7,945.00 

American Telephone & Telegraph Company, assessed value.... 9,652.40 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 5.691.62 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 17.900.5S 

Postal Telegraph -Cable Co.. assessed value 514.50 

Clayton Telephone Company, assessed value 2,500.00 

Norfolk & Southern Railway, 0..°,fi miles, assessed value 3,582.70 

Superior Court Terms: First Monday in March; 10th Monday alter 1st 

Monday in March; 1st Monday after 1st Monday in September; 14th Mon- 
day after 1st Monday in .September. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — W. S. Stevens. 
Smithfield. 

Sheriff' — R. M. Nowell, Selma. 

Register of Deeds — S. T. Holiev- 
cutt, Smithfield. 

Treasurer — G. A. Hood. Kenly. 

Coroner — R .P. Noble. Selma. 

Surveyor — T. R. Fulghum, Selma. 

Co. Supt. of Health— A. H. Rose, 
Smithfield. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— J. P. Cana- 
day, Smithfield. 

Supt. of County Home — Israel Ste- 
phenson. Smithfield. R. F. I). No. 1. 

Co. Board of Education — J. .1. Rose, 
(chairman i, Beasley, R. F. 1).. No. 2; 
W. <!. Wilson. Wilson Mills : George 
P. Woodard. Princeton. 

County Commissioners — W. T. 

Bailey, (chairman), Kenly: R. I. Og- 
burn, Willow Spring, R .F. D. No. 1; 
John W. Wood, Renson. R. F. D. No. 
•_»; .T. C. Keen, Four Oaks: I). R. 
(•liver. Pine Level. 

County Board of Elections — M. C. 
Winston. Selma : W. A. Edgerton, 
Smithfield ; Wright Creech. Smithfield. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Clayton Township — M. G. Gulley, 
Clayton: N. R. Pool. Clayton; G. A. 
Smith, Wilsons Mills. R. P. D. No. :!. 

Cleveland— F. T. Booker. Clayton, 
R. F. I). No. 11: J. E. Jones. Clayton, 
F. I). No. 1 ; J. J. Lee. Carner. R. 
F. D. No. 1 : .T. T. Wrenn. McCullers. 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Pleasant firove — John L. Johnson. 
Benson. R. F. I).: .1. ( ). Jones; 1). A. 
Stephenson. Renson. R. F. D. No. 4. 

Elevation— J. H. Smith. Smithfield. 
R. F. D. No. 1: Josephus Johnson. 
Benson, R. F. D. No. 1 ; J. A. Turling- 
ton, Benson. R. F. D. No. 1 ; L. E. 
Barber. McD. Longdon. AY. E. Thorn- 
ton. 



Banner — .1. M. Britt. Benson: Seth 
McLamb. Benson; E. F. Moore, Ben- 
son; G. W. Godwin, Benson. 

Meadow — J. M. Lawhorn, Benson. R. 
F. D. No. 2 ; L. P. Johnson, Benson. 
R. F. D. No. 2; P. B. Tant, Benson. 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Bentonsville — H. C. Williams. Beas- 
ley : W .H. Upchurch, Beasley : W. N. 
Rose. Beasley. 

Digrams — L. W. Hockaday, Four 
Oaks; A. D. Ford. Four Oaks: G. H. 
Temple. Four Oaks; J. M. Sanders. 
Four Oaks; J. E. Johnson, Four Oaks. 
Sinithfield— Z. L. Lemay. Smith- 
field; F. K. Broadhurst, Smithfield: E. 
.1. Holt, Smithfield. 

Boon Hill— W. D. Phillips. Prince- 
ton: C. C. Lynch, Princeton: J. I». 
Finlayson, Princeton ; J. T. Massey. 
Princeton : N. G. Wiggs, Princeton : 
1). B. Langley, Princeton. 

Beulah— J. S. Starling, Micro: N. K. 
Pike. Basrlev; R. D. Ballance, Kenly: 
Walter Batten. Kenly ; L. B. Boyette,. 
Kenly: B. E. Ward. Kenly. 

O'Neals— L. H. Boykin. Selma. R .F. j 
I>: J. E. Winston. Selma. R. F. IK: 
John C. Hood. Selma. R. F. I).; J. L. 
Jones. Selma. R. F. D. 

Wilders— J. R. Barnes. Archer; W. 
B. Eason, Archer: W. M. Nowell. 
Archer: W. M. Estridge, Archer. 

Wilson Mills— E. E. Parrish. Wilson 
Mills; J. M. Vinson, Wilson Mills; J. 
T. McLeod. Wilson Mills. 

Selma — Charles F. Kirby. Selma : R. 
E. Richardson. Selma: Jesse Daugh- 
tery, Selma; C. A. Corbett. Selma. 

Pine Level— W. F. Gerald. Pine- 
Level; S. C. Peedin, Pine Level: G. E. 
Braswell. Pine Level; Theo. Hinnant. 
Tine Level. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Booker, E. N., Clayton, R. F. It. 
No. 1. 



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Maclemore, G. T., Clayton, It. F. D. 
No. 1. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOAVNS. 

Smith, J. W., Clayton, E. F. D. 

No. 1. 

Smith & Ellington, Clayton, It. I". 
D. No. 1. 

Green, J. W., Garner, R. F. D. 

No. 1. 

Smith. G. A., Wilsons .Mills. R. F. D. 
No. ". 

Smith. S. V.. Wilsons Mills, R. F. 1). 
No. 3. 

Lassiter, R. I.. Four Oats, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

High Bros., Selma. R. F. D. No. 2. 

NaiTon, Newsome, Kenly, It. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Talton, .7. It.. Selma. It. F. I). No. 2. 

COTTON GINS. 

Barham, J. H.. Archer. 

Barnes, .1. W., Archer. 

.Teft'reys & Murphrey. Selma. 

Lee, P. H„ Archer, R. F. I). No. 1. 

Bagley, D. H., Bagley. 

11 iles Pros., Kenly, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Byrd, I*,. It., Penson, R. F. D. 

Creech, J. Willis. Benson, R. F. I». 
No. 1. 

Bailey Pros. & Kirby, Kenlv. It. F. 
I>. No. 2. 

Boykin, J. P.. Kenly, R. F. P. 

Johnson, A. ('.. Benson, It. F. I). 
No. 1. 

McLainb, S. W., Benson. 

Johnson, W. T.. Benson. R. F. I). 

Williamson, P! I'., Raleigh. 

Pool, Fah.. Clayton. 

Brady, H. P., Garner, R. F. D. 

Fort & Adams. Penson, R. F. P. 

Fort, J. C, Benson. It. F. D. 

Johnson, ('. T., Penson. 

Barber. W. L.. Penson. P. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Mitchell, W. G., Princeton. 

Wood. John W.. Penson, R. F. 1). 
No. 2. 

Ledbetter. J. It.. Princeton. 

Barbour. J. P.. iV- Sons. Clayton. 

Ogburn, L. T., Willow Spring, It. 
F. D. 

Barnes, N. P.. Clayton. 

Stevenson. J. W.. Smithfield. 

• lower. R. H., Clayton. 

Myatt. J. W.. Clayton. P. F. I). 
No. 1. 

Thurston, I>. J., Clayton. 

Bryan, G. C,. Clayton, R. F. I). 
No. 1. 

Vinson. J. A., Clayton. 

O'Neal, Oscar, Selma, R. F. I). No. 1. 

Corbett & Hicks, Selma, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Gully, E. R., Clayton. R. F. I). 

Bailey, L. G.. Wakefield, R. F. D. 

Creech Pros.. Selma. R. F. D. 

Hocutt & Price. Wakefield, R. F. 1). 
No. 1. 



The Adams Co., Four Oaks. 
Johnson, Josephus, Benson. P. F 
D. No. 1. 
Parker & Strope. Four Oaks. 
Peasley, J. K., Benson, R. F. D 
No. 2. 
Parker. L. E., Four Oaks, R. F. O 
Strickland. Robert. Four Oaks. R 
F. D. No. 1. 

Lee, J. J., Garner. R. F. I). 
Lemay, T. W., Raleigh. R. F. D. 
Penny, Ransom, Garner. R. F. D. 
Rand & Lawrence. Smithfield. 
Narron Pros., Selma. R. F. I). No 2. 
Stephenson, A. A.. Penson, It. F. D. 
Massengill, J. J.. Four Oaks. R. 
P.. D. 

Home, Ashley, & Son. Clayton. 
Dunn Oil Mill Co.. Kenly. 
Price, Haywood, Kenly, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Richardson, L. B., Kenlv. P. F. I). 
No. 2. 

Wrenn, J. T., & Co. w McCullers, It. 
F. D. 

Parker & Hobbv, Penson. R. F. D. 
Tant, A. D.. Benson, R. F. D. 
Sanders. Wm.. Smithfield. 
Wall. Henry. Garner. 
Sanders, C. L., & Bro.. Smithfield. 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Stewart, C. S. & W. W.. Four Oaks. 
It. F. D. No. 1. 
Creech, D. T., Pine Level. 
Creech. W. S.. Pine Level. 
Coats. D. M., Smithfield. It. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Parker, Jesse, Pine Level. 
Oliver, W. B., & Son. Pine Level. 
Sanders, Wm. M., Smithfield. 
Uzzle, L. F.. & Bros., Wilson Mills. 
Smith, G. A.. Wilson Mills. R* F. 
D. No. 1. 

Farming & Mercer Co., Clayton, It. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Flowers & Williams, Beasley, It. 
F. D. 

Holt. E. J.. Smithfield. 

Wood. Moore, & Sons, Penson, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Peasley & Webb, Penson, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Wood. J. W.. Penson. 

McLamb, Seth, Dunn, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Narron, Wiley, & Son, Kenly, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Pittman Pros.. Micro. 

Farmers' Ginnery, Selma. 

Corbett. C. A.. Selma. 

Creech, Charles, Selma. 

Bass. II.. Kenly, R. F. D. 

Poole, George T.. Smithfield, R. 
F. D. 

Jordan & Williamson, Wilson Mills. 
R. F. D. 

Mial, A. T.. Raleigh. 

Creech, R. A., Penson, R. F. D. 



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MeLamb, J. R., Four Oaks, R. P. D. 

Tomlinson, W. D., Smithfield, R. 
F. D. 

Yelvington, John W., Clavton, R. 
F. D. 

Jones, J. W., Powhatan. 

Gardner Bros., Pine Level. 

Baker, J. W., Princeton. 

Barbour, J. G., & Sons, Clavton. 

Johnson, W. T. & I. H., Garner, R. 
P. D. No. 1. 

Richardson, Wm., Selma. 

Worley, G. B., Princeton, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Creech, Charles, Selrna, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Barnes & Home, Clayton. 

McCullers, B. B., Clayton. 

Wilson, C. M. & W. G.. Wilson Mills. 

Southern Cotton Oil Mill, Selma. 

Lunsford Milling Co., Selma, R. 
F. D. 

Richardson & Whitlev, Wendell. 

Avera, W. D., Smithfield, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Tyner & Home, Clayton. 

Jones, Burk R., Wilson Mills, R. 
F. D. 

Lassiter, W. A.. Wilson Mills, R. F. 
O. No. 3. 

Smithfield Gin Co.. Smithfield. 

Tomlinson, J. H. B., Smithfield, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Johnson, Ed., Four Oaks, R. F. D. 

Flowers, W. H., Four Oaks. 

Lassiter. R. I., Four Oaks, R. F. D. 

George, P. T., Four Oaks, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Earp, G. C, Selma, R. F. D. No. 1. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS! 

Funderburk, Roy, Monroe. 

Ellis, Miss Ruby, Clayton. 

Taylor, Miss Ruth, McCullers. R. 
F. D. 

Edwards, Miss Fannie, Speed. 

Helme, Miss Mollie, Smithfield. 

Beasley, H. M., Beasley. 

Penny, Miss Elsie. Garner, R. F. D. 

Clifton, Carson, Benson, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Watson, Miss Maude, Fremont. 

Coats, Miss Vessie, Smithfield. 

Tomlinson, Miss Emma, Clayton, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Strickland, N. B.. Smithfield, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Yoiins, Miss Lillian, Benson. R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Hardee. Miss Maggie, Benson. R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Wilson, S. R., Angier. 

Grimes, Miss Maude, Benson. R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Coats, Miss Ida, Coats. 

Johnson, J. R., Benson, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Gilbert, Miss Frilla, Benson. 

Parrish, Mrs. Neva, Angier, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 



Parker, Ezra, Benson. 

Barbour, Alonzo, Benson, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Wheeler, Miss Etta, Benson, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Rose. Miss Lessie, Beaslev, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Tyner, Miss Lena. Benson, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Stevens, Miss Ora G.. Goldsboro, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Jernigau, Herman, Benson. 

Parker, R. E., Selma, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Barbour, Miss Gertie, Benson, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Barbour, J. R., Benson, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Lambert, H. D., Angier, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Royall. L. T., Benson 

Toler, Mrs. Luna, Beaslev, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Cook, Miss Mary M., Potecasi. 

Richardson, Miss Fannie, Selma. 

Tuttle, Miss Dora, Caldwell Co. 

Coats, Seth, Dunn. 

Wheeler, George H., Benson. 

Woodall, F. L., Benson, R. F. D. 

Phillips, Arthur, Four Oaks, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Altman, C. M.. Beasley, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Barefoot, Junius, Beasley, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Parker, Miss Irene, Cotton. 

Godwin, Julian, Benson, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Eldridge, Miss Ellen, Smithfield. 

Masseneill, Jasper. Benson, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Hall, Festus, Benson. 

Dunn, Miss Mary L., Beasley, R. 
F. D. 

Rose. H. V., Beasley, R. F. D. No. 2. 

West, Miss Bessie, Dunn. R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Hudson, Parlia, Beasley, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Kornegay, P. J.. Princeton, R. F. D. 

Grantham, Miss Ethel, Princeton, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Stevens, Miss Estelle. Beasley, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Langston, J. H., Beasley, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Lassiter, Miss Annie, Beasley, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Wellons, Mrs. Sarah R.. Smithfield. 

Strickland, C. P... Four Oaks. R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Rose, J. T., Beasley, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Hall, John, Benson. 

Ravnor, James, Benson, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Temple, Junius, Four Oaks, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Langston, Osburn, Four Oaks. R. F. 
D. No. 3. 



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Princeton. 
Princeton. 
Beaseley, R. 



R. 



Parker, Miss Johnnie, Four Oaks. 
R. P. D. No. 2. 

Brackett, J. H., Four Oaks. 

Richardson. Miss Nellie. Selma. 

Johnson, Miss Mina. Clayton, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Parker, Miss Helen. Asheville. 

Thomas, C. J., Four Oaks, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Pittman, R. T., Kenly, R. F. D. 

Sanders, Miss Cornelia. Smithfleld. 

Fitzgerald, A. J.. Princeton. 

Stucky, J. H., Princeton. 

Dees. Miss Lela, Princeton. 

Bizzell, D. M.. Smithfleld. R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Sanders. Miss Bettie Lee. Smithfleld. 

Woodard, Miss Laura, Princeton, R. 
F. D. 

Bradv, S. R., Princeton. R. F. D. 

Pearce, E. F.. Princeton. R, F. D. 

Aycock, Miss Pearl. Princeton. 

Penny, Miss Juanita. Princeton. 

Strachan, Miss Minnie, 

Strachan. Mrs. M. R., 

Jinnett, Miss Isabella, 
F. D. 

Hinnant. Mrs. Ada, Archer. 

Lee. Miss Jane. Benson. 

Liles. E., Knightdale, R. F. D. 

Hocutt, Mrs. I. W., Wakefield. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Hicks. Miss Flossie P.. Knightsdaie, 
R. F. D. 

Daughtry, Miss Mittve, Smithfleld, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

McLean. J. L.. Maxton. 

Banks. Miss Katie Lee. Haw River. 

Gray, Miss Fannie. Lenoir. 

Jones. J. A. T., McCullers. R. F. 

Eldridge, Miss Bertha. Beasley, 
F. D. No. 2. 

Oliver, Miss Sallie, Princeton, 
F. D. 

Woodard. Jolin R., Princeton. 

Hassell, B. F.. Selma. 

Mountcastle. Miss Susie C Lynch- 
burg, Va. 

Fitzgerald, Miss Florence, Durham. 

Badger, Miss Mary. Rosemary. 

Anderson. Miss Sallie B.. Reidsville. 

Newbold, Miss Helen. Roxboro. 

Ware. Miss Marion. Richmond, Va. 

Wall. Miss Ava, Clavton. 

Standi, A. C. Selma. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Marsbburn, Miss Mary, Benson. R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Powell, Miss Lila, Garner. R. F. D. 

Rollings, S. <;.. Kenly. 

Edgerton, Miss Rena, Kenly. 

McDonald. Miss Mary. Kenly. 

Matthews. Miss Emma, Kenly. 

Goodwin, Mrs. Lillie. Ken] v. 

Holland. Mrs. R. H.. Kenly. 

Thomas. M. D.. Benson. 

Thomas, Miss Zona, Benson. 

Wellons, Miss Malissa, Princeton. 



D. 
R. 

R. 



Barbour. Miss Dora. Smithfleld. 

Sasser, Miss Cora. Pikeville, R. F. D. 

Wiggs, J. H., Mico. 

Edgerton. Miss Cora, Selma, R. F. D. 

Peedin, Miss Kizzie, Princeton. 

West, Miss Mary A., Selma, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Earp, Aaron. Selma, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Edgerton, Miss Leone, Kenly. 

Jonee. Miss Bertie, Clayton, R. F. D. 

Canaday, Miss Laura, Benson. 

Eldridge, J. r., Faison. 

Bailey, Miss Katie. Selma, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Rayford, Miss Lizzie, Princeton, R. 
F. D. 

Bagley, Miss Myrtle. Clayton. 

Pender, Miss Rosa Leigh, Selma, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Stephenson. Miss Mattie, Benson, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Pace. Miss Matoku. Wakefield, R 
F. D. No. 1. 

Turlington, I. T.. Smithfleld. 

Turlington, Mrs. I. T.. Smithfleld. 

Crisp, Miss Annie, Conetoe. 

Blackwell. Miss Elizabeth, Reids- 
ville. 

Freeman, Miss Bertie. Greensboro. 

Abell, Miss Flossie. Smithfleld. 

Watson. Miss Lillie. Florence, S. C. 

Jernigan, J. A., Dunn. 

Pipkin, Miss Anna, Goldsboro, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Higgins, R. H., Smithfleld, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Johnson. Mrs. Lillie. Wilson's Mills. 

Batten. J. A., Wilson's Mills, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 



SMITHFIELI). 

Population, 1909: 2.000; No. white 
polls, 12S ; No. colored polls, 54. 

Value real estate. $306,187; value 
personal property. $365,219. 

Tax Rate, 40c. on the $100. 

Bonded debt. $5,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. A. Wellons. 

Chief of Police — J. T. Barham. 

City Clerk— H. L. Skinner. 

Treasurer — T. R. Hood. 

Tax Collector — Ed. Sanders. 

Standard-Keener — J. H. Kirkman. 

Co. Supt. of Health— A. H. Rose. 

Postmaster — J. C. Standi. 

R R Agent — J A. Campbell, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

Express Agent — J. A. Campbell. 

Telegraph Manager — A. F. Joyner. 
Western Union. 

Telephone Managers — Howard Cray, 
Johnston County Telephone Co.; H. 
C. Hill. C. Tel. & Tel. Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Episcopal — S. M. Han ft', Duke. 

Methodist— .T. M. Culbreth, Smith- 



W. M. Sanders 



General Merchandise, 
f Cotton and Cotton Seed. 



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-T. 



II. Spence, Smith- 
T. Jones, 



Co. 
Co. 



field. 

Presbyterian 
field. 

Primitive Baptist — J. A. 
McCullers, R. 1". 1». No. 1. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Turlington Graded SHiool. 
HOTELS AND BOAKOlXi HOI SKS. 

Elrnview Hotel. 

Myatt House. 

SaSSer House. 

Bingham House. 
Martin House. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Smithfield — W. L. Woodall 
President; C. Y. Johnson, Cashier. 
BKICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Walton & Sanders. 

BOOT AND SKOE DEALERS. 
Davis Bros. 
Kramer. T. 
Grantham, X. B. 
Austin-Stephenson 
i !arter-Underwood 
Sanders. W. M. 
Spiers Bros. 
Woodall. W. L. 
Watson. L. E. 

BOOK STOKES. 

Hood Bros. 
BITCHERS AND DEALERS IX 

CATTLE. 

I'arrish Bros. 
Ennis, J. C. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'RS. 
Colter-Underwood Co. 
Austin-Stephenson Co. 
Sanders. W. M. 
Ellington Buggy 
COMMISSION 
Graves, H. L. 
Ives & Eason. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
Smithfield Cotton Mills. 
Ivanhoe Manufacturing Co. 

CONFECTION ERY DEALERS. 
Peacock. W. H . 
Watson. G. H. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Joues. H. G. 
Bailey. J. R. 
Peterson. Junius. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Peacock. W. H., & Co. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
Smithfield Chamber of Commerce — 
J. A. Wellons. President : F. K. 
Broadhurst, Secretary; A. M. Xolde, 
Treasurer. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Davis Bros. 
Grantham, X. P.. 
Kramer, T. 
Austin-Stephenson Co. 

COTTON GINS. 
Smithfield Ginnevy. 



Co. 

MERCHANTS. 



DENTISTS. 

Holland, \. T. 
Johnson, W. B. 

TOBACCO DEALERS. 

Skinner & Patterson. 
Boyette Bros. 
Ragsdale, T. S.. Co. 
American Tobacco ' !o. 
McKintosh, W. K.. & Co. 
Jones & <'oars. 

DRKiGlSTS. 
Hood Bros. 
Johnson <Jc Holt. 

DOCTORS. 
Wharton, L. I>. 
Hooks. Thel. 
Rose. A. H. 
Muns, L. A. 
Robinson. G. .1. 

DRV (iOOOS AND NOTIONS. 
Woodall, W. L. 
Spiers Bros. 
Davis Bros. 
Kramer. T. 
Walton. L. E. 
Butler Bargain House. 
Austin-Stephenson Co. 
Cotter-Underwood Co. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 
Ivanhoe Manufacturing Co. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 
Peacock, W. H., & Co. 
City Grocery. 

FERTILIZER DEALERS. 
( 'otter-Underwood ( !o. 
Sanders, W. M. 
Austin-Stephenson Co. 
FLORISTS. 
Johnson. Mrs. C. V. 
FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Parrish Bros. 
Ennis. J. C. 

Fl RNITURE DEALERS. 
Cotter- Underwood Co. 
GROCERS. 
Watson. L. E. 
Austin-Stephenson. 
Sanders. W. M. 
Turnage, S. C. 
City Grocery. 
Peed in & Peterson. 
Peacock. W. H. 
Wallace. R. I. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Smithfield Hardware Co. 
Cotter- Stephens Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Riddick.. R. A. (Life and Fire.) 
Honeycutt. S. T. (Fire). 
Sanders. W. M. (Fire). 
Johnson. C. Y. (Fire). 
Holt. S. S. iFire). 
Kirkman. J. H. (Fire). 
JEWELERS. 
Jordan. T. C 

LAUNDRIES 
Johnson. T. W. 
Brown, Josephine. 



W. M. Sanders 



General Merchandise, 
9 Cotton and Cotton Seed. 



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281 



LAWYERS. 
A. M. 

.J as. A. 
S. 

Jno. A. 
F. H. 
W. 



Noble, 
Wei Ion. 
Holt, s. 
Narron, 
Brooks, 
Pou, E. 
Ward, E. F. 
Cole. W. W. 
Abell, E. S. 
Parker, J. D. 
LIMBER M'F'RS. AND DEALERS. 
Rand & Lawrence. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
[vanhoe Manufacturing Co. 
Rand, O. R. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Johnston Chemical Co. 
Smithfield Roller Mills. 

FAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Cutler-Stevens Co. 
Smithfield Hardware Co. 

PAINTERS. 
Holmes, Frank. 
Sellers, David. 
Lindsay. C. W-. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Citv Grocery Co. 
Watson. L. E. 
Watson. U. H. 
Turnage, S. C. 
Austin-Stephenson Co. 
Cotter-Underwood Co. 
Sanders, W. M. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Thornton Music House. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Smithfield Herald— T. J. Lassiter 
and J. M. Beaty, Editors. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Holt, S. S. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Sanders. AY. AI. 
Rand & Lawrence. 

TAILORS. 
Oranthani, N. P>. 
Davis Bros, 
llyman. R .F. 
INDFRTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Cotter-Underwood Co. 

VETERINARY SI RGEONS. 
Long, W. It. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Cotter-Stevens Co. 
< 'otter-Underwood Co. 



value 



KENLY. 

Incorporated in 1887. 

Population. 1909: Whites. 600; 
red. 400; total. 1,000. 

A'alue real estate. $260,000 
ersonal property. $200,000. 

Tax Rate, 30c. on the S100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. T. Edgerton. 

['ostmiister- J. AI. Stancill. 

Chief of Police — Jno. II. Watson. 

R. R. Agent — J. C. Bowman. At- 



lantic Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — E. W. Scott, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Aietliodist— AI. A. Smith, Pastor. 
Missionary Baptist — .1. W. Nobles. 
Pastor. 

Free-Will Baptist— Air. Pittman, 
Pastor. 

Presbyterian — T. H. Spence, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Kenly High School— S. G. Rollings, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
The Bank of Kenly— R. A. Hales, 
President ; R. II. Alford, Casliier. 
DOCTORS. 
Grady, J. C. 
Coleman, Geo. S. 
Hood, George E. 

DRFGGISTS. 
Hood Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Bdgerton, G. G., & Son. 
Bailey & Kirby. 
Hales, R. A. 
Morris, G. AI. 
Harden, J. W. 
Woodard Bros. 
Gilbreath. Airs. I>. II. 
Edgerton, J. T.. t v Bro. 
Godwin, P. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Edgerton, J. T. 
Hooks. Airs. S. F. 
Hooks. Airs. Nettie. 
Godwin. D. L. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Edgerton, J. T., & Bro. 
Brown. H. 
Aycock, Sauls iV- Co. 

MANC FACT I RING PLANTS. 
The Dennis Simmons Lumber Co. 
Aycock Bros. 
Sasser, 1». B. 
Dunn Oil ALUs. 

LAWYERS. 
Edgerton, C. W. 
Hooks. W. J. 



FOFR OAKS. 

Incorporated in 1889. 

Population. 1909: Whites. 575 ; col- 
ored. 25; total, 000. 

Value real estate. 8500,000; value 
personal property. $100,000. 

Tax Rate: 33 l-3c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayoi — C. I». Strange. 

Postmaster — G. W. Salmon. 

Chief of Police — W. I>. Stanly. 

R. R. Agent— <>. P. Raiford, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

Alanager Telegraph — O. P. Raiford, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— T .H. Sutton. Pastor. 



IV. M. Sanders 



General Merchandise, 
f Cotton and Cotton Seed. 



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2S2 



JOHNSTO N COUNTY. 



Baptist— Rev. Mr. Justice, Pastor. 
Primitive Baptist — James Johnson, 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

lour Oaks Graded School — J. H. 
Brackett, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Stanly, J. H. 
Wellons, J. D. T. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Sanders, D. H. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
The Adams Co. 
Sanders, J. W., & Co. 
Massengill Hardware Co. 
Baine, R. A., & Co. 
Keen, W. R. 
Adams, A. B.. & Co. 
Wellons, R. S. 
Lee, W. H. 
Lee. J. B. 
Lewis, W. J. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Creech Hotel. 
Creech, Mrs. Nancy. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Cole. John T. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Johnston Lumber Co. 
Four Oaks Lumber Co. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Langdon, J. Wm. 



WILSON 

Population. 1909: 



MILLS. 

\V bites, 130; col- 
ored. 350; total, 480. 

Value real estate. .$75,000 ; value per- 
sonal property, $80,000. 

Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 
Mayor — E. E. Parrish. 
Postmaster — Sarah Parrish. 
Chief of Police— W. R. Parrish. 
R. R. Agent— P. H. Massey, South- 
ern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — P. H. Massev. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Christian — 
Baptist — 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
High School — J. L. McLean. Prin- 
cipal. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Wilson Bros. Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Fzzle-Davis Co. 
Wilson Bros. Co. 
Tomlinson, Jno. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Tomlinson, J. W. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Sash, Door and Blind Factory. 



SELMA. 

Incorporated in 1874. 

Population. 1909: Whites, 1,600; col- 



1^. M» Sanders 



oied. 400; total, 2,000. 

Tax Rut.-: :;:; l-3c. on the §100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — S. P .Wood. 

Postmaster — A. Z. Pearce. 

Chief of Police— J. H. Griffin. 

R. R. Agents— J. A. Spiers., Atlantic 
Coast Line: J. D. Edens. Southern 
Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — R. B. Terry, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — J. M. Daniel, Pastor. 

Episcopal — Rev. Hanff. Rector. 

Baptist — To be supplied. 

Free-Will Baptist— Elder Lucas 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Selma Graded School— B. F. His 
sell, Superintendent. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Selma — M. C. Winston, 
President. L. D. Debnam. Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Person. J. B. 
Noble. R. J. 
Vick. G. D. 
Noble. R. P. 

LAWYERS. 

Allred. L. H. 
Ray, R. L. 

DENTISTS. 

Fitzgerald, Paul. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Selma News — L. H. Allred. Editor. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Selma Drug Co. 
The Richardson Drug Co. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Selma Building & Loan Association. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Farmers Mercantile Co. 
Selma Supply Co. 
Etheridge. W. H. 
Nowell & Richardson. 
Stallings, W. H. 
Snipes, W. B., & Bro. 
Smith. W. E., Co. 
Driver. W. B. 
Price. Mack. 
Terrell. D. H. 
Liles, L. L. 
Joseph ■& Bro. 
Selma Millinery Co. 
David. Appos. 
Richardson, W. D. 
Wall, A. L. 
Selma Manufacturing Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Vick. E. W. 
Selma Loan & Trust Co. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING BOUSES. 

Wyoming Hotel. 
Merchants Hotel. 
Inside Inn. 

General Merchandise, 
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LIVERY STABLES. 

Selma Livery & Live Stock Co. 
MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Selma Cotton Mills. 
Lizzie Cotton Mills. 
Ethel Cotton Mills. 
Selma Knitting Mills. 
Nevassa Guano Co. 
Selma Oil Mills. 
Selma Lumber Co. 
Selma Brick Co. 
Green, W. A. 



CLAYTON. 

Population, 1909: Whites, 1,250. 

Tax Rate: 33 l-3c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Ernest L. Hinton. 

Postmaster — Zaeh Stephenson. 

Chief of Police— Jos. L. Ellis. 

R. R. Agent — John W. Massy. 
Southern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — John W. 
Massy, Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— G. B. Starling, Pastor. 

Primitive Baptist — W. A. Simpkins, 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Clayton High School — Ray Funder- 
lmrks. Superintendent. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Clayton Banking Co. — Ashley Horuf;, 
President; C. M. Thomas. Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Robertson. J. B. 

Griffin. J. N. 

McCullers, E. H. 

Young, J. J. 

Hocutt, B. N. 

DENTISTS. 

Austin, J. H. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Clayton Drug Co. 

Robertson, J. B., Drug Store. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Barbour, J. G., & Sons. 

Home, Ashley, & Son. 

McCullers, D. H. 

Mitchell. H. W. 

O'Neil. E. L. 

Ferrell. J. J., & Co. 

Pool, H. 

Cheap Johns. 

Barnes. J. T.. & Bro. 

Hilliard, Jessie. 

Ellis, C. H. 

Blackwood. T. D. 

Barnes-Carroll Co. 

Gully & Gully. 

Milad, Joseph. 

Barnes, H. L. 

Clayton Fruit Co. 

< 'lay ton Hardware Co. 

Hinnant. J. R.. & Co. 

Clayton Millinery Co. 

Johnston, Miss Etta. 



Clayton Buggy & Furniture Co. 

Honeycutt, W. R. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Robertson. 

Yelvington. Mrs. M. E. 

Whitley. Mrs. Mary. 

Terry, Mrs. W. M. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Holland, W. F. 

Stalling*. W. E., & Bro. 

Robertson, B. M., & Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Clavton Cotton Mill. 

Libertv Cotton Mill. 

Clayton Oil Mill. 

Clayton Foundry & Machine Shop. 

Clayton Manufacturing Co. 

Vinson, J. A. (Saw Mill). 

Ellis, G. W., & Bro. fSaw Mill). 

Ellis, C. P. (Saw MUD. 

Blaloek, H. R. (Saw Mill). 

Barnes, R. W. (Saw Mill). 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Clayton Enterprise — Mr. McBryde. 
Editor. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Clayton Building & Loan Associa- 
tion. 

LAWYERS. 

Williams, J. R. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Home & Tallon. 

GROCERS. 

Tones, J. B. 
Ellis, H. V. 
Smith, J .D. 
Wilder. D. B. 
Tnrly & Pulley. 
Smith. D. T. 



col- 



MICRO. 

Incorporated in 1899. 

Population. 1909: Whites, 60 
ored. 9; total, 69. 

Value real estate. $034,500 ; value 
personal property, $75,051. 

Tax Rate: 16 2-3c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — B. L. Aycock. 

Postmaster — C. L. Batten. 

Chief of Police— J. S. Talton. 

R. R. Agent— S. V. Ellis, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

Manager .Telegraph — S. V. Ellis. 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Missionary Baptist — Willie C. Roy- 
als. Pastor. 

Free-Will Bapti»t Elder Troy 

Phillips, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Micro School — J. N. Wigus, Princi- 
pal. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Aycock, B. L. 



W. M. Sanders 



General Merchandise, 
f Cotton and Cotton Seed. 



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US I 



JOHNSTON COUNTY. 



Batten, C. L. 
Potts, J. P., & Bro. 
Fitzgerald, II.. & Son. 
Micro Supply < !o. 
Rains, W .G. 
HOTELS AM) BOARDING HOUSES. 
Hawkins. .Mrs. V. F. 



-R. \V. Ilarrell. 



T 



Collier. 



PINE LEVEL. 

incorporated in 1S6T. 

Population, 1909: Whites. 450; col- 
ored, 25; total, 475. 

Value real estate, $150,000; value 
personal property, $50,000. 

Tax Kate, 30c. on the §100 and 90c. 
on the poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — C. 1. Goodwin. 

Postmaster — W. C. Gurley. 

Chief of Police— E .V. Evans. 

R. R. Agent— W. E. Gerald, South- 
ern Railway. 

MINISTERS AND CHI RCHES. 

Free-Will Baptist— .7. H. Worley, 
Pastor. 

Missionary Baptist 
Pastor. 

Primitive Baptist- 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Pine Level High School— J. A. T. 
Jones, Principal; Miss- Bertha El- 
d ridge. Assistant. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Pine Level — I). B. Oliver. 
President: R. L. Fitzgerald, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Mayerberg, Israel Wallace. 
DRUGGISTS. 

Godwin Bros. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Oliver, D. B. 

Oliver. D. X. 

Stallings, J. I. 

Futrell. E. F. 

Thompson. C. E. 

Watson. J. F. 

Parker. Jesse. 

Crocker. B. 

Taylor. Z. 

Godwin, B. 

Brown, Lawrence. 

Gurley, W. C. 

Price, F. C. 

Rae, Mrs. Flora P. 

Britt, W. G. 

Brown, Mrs. J. H. 

Sellers. W. P. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Crocker. B. 

Davis. M. M. 

Woodard. Henry. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Godwin. P... & Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

The Pine Level oil Mill Co. 

Oliver, Goodwin & Lynch (Plau- 



Ing Mills). 

Oliver, YV. B., & Sons (Saw Mill 
and Gin). 

Parker, .lesse (Saw Mill and Gin). 

( Godwin, P.. i Repair Shop > . 



il 



BENSON. 

incorporated in 1887. 

Population, 1909: Whites. 1,204 
ored, 147: total. 1.711. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayoi — o. A. Barbour. 

Postmaster — Robt. Langdon. 

Chief of Police — E. P. Britt. 

R. R. Agent — C. A. Barber, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — C. A. Barbour. 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Missionary Baptist — T. B. Justice, 
Pastor. 

Methodist— .1. M. Daniel. Pastor. 

Free-Will Baptist— O. B. Garris, 
Pastor. 

Primitive Baptist — Tom Coats. Pas- 
tor. 

CatholU — Father Irvin. Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Benson Graded Schools — L. T. 
Royal, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Farmers Commercial Bank — P. P>. 
Johnson. President: M. T. Britt, 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Utley, H. II. 

Moore. F. T. 

Roland. W. H. 

Parker, G. E. 

DENTISTS. 

Martin. Wm T. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Benson Drug Co. 

Benson. J. W., Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDIS. 

Johnson. P. B. 

Woodall, Preston. 

Allen. Seth. 

Smith. R. P. 

Barefoot. Allen. 

Hudson. A. P.. 

Ivev. J. E. 

Ryals, C. C. 

Lucas. H. W. 

Rose. J. H. 

Woodall. J. E. 

Weeks, Claud. 

Royal. W. H. 

Wall, J. E. 

Johnson, C. T. 

Stevens, L. E. 

Smith. W. T. 

Surles. Thos. 

Ryals, Jno. 

Parrish. Alonzoz. 

Whittenton. J. W. 

Johnson, Chas. 



W. M. Sanders 



Genera! Merchandise, 
9 Cotton and Cotton Seed. 



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285 



Allen, Wilson. 
Allen. Jessie. 
Woodall, J .R. 
Stewart, W. N. 
Anderson, C. W. 
Johnson, J. A. 
Armfield, Dennis. 
House. W. J. 
Hall. E. L. 
Hall. J. L. 
overliy, R. D. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

P.oykin's Hotel. 
Hotel Ivey. 
Duncan's Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Hodges, A. W. 
Benson, Geo. 
Smith. Maj. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Wood Lumber Works. 
McLamb Mill. 
Benson Lumber Plant. 
Matthew's Mill. 

LAWYERS. 

Baurbour & Barbour. 
Ryals, N. T. 
Morgan, J. M. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Moore, E. F. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Benson Spokesman — Busbee Pope, 
E<litor. 



PRINCETON. 



isr> ; col- 



lie 



Population, 1909: Whites, 
ored, 40: total, 325. 

Value real estate. $66,000 
personal property, $24,000. 

Tax Rate, 1-4 of 1 per cent. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayoi — C. H. Holt. 

Postmaster — Mills Rose. 

Chief of Police — Iredell Talton. 

R. R, Asent— 1'. II. Joyner, South 
em Railway. 



Maiiaffer Teles raph — P. H. Joyner. 
Western Union : .1. R. Ledbetter, 
Southern Bell Tel. & Tel. Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— J. M. Daniel. Pastor. 

Missionary Baptist — R. W. Ilarrell, 
Pastor. 

Free-Will Baptist— Lovett Mitchell, 
Pastor. 

Holiness — Mr. Pike, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Princeton Graded School — Miss 

Pearl, Aycock. Principal; Miss Minnie 
Strachan, Mrs. .1. B. Strachan, Miss 
Neta Penny, Assistants. 
DOCTORS. 

Strachan, J. B. 

Wood a rd, A. G. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Princeton Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

McKinnie. I). 10.. & Son. 
Ledbetter, J. It. 
Perry, J. W. 
Wallace. D. H. 
Holt. Ed. A. 
W'oodard, Geo. V. 
Young, W. F. 
Finlayson, .1. D. 
Edwards. W. T. 
John Rose (Soda 

Bl TCHERS AND 

CATTLE. 

Farley. Tom. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Woodard, Mrs. Edith. 
Whitley, Geo. T. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Princeton Manufacturing Co. 

Howell. J. Ben. (Saw Mill 
Planer). 

Whitley, Geo. T. (Saw Mill) 

Ledl.etter, J. R. (Saw Mill 
Ginnery). 

Welkins. Jesse (Wagons, Bug. 
and Iron Work). 



Water) . 
DEALERS IN 



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JONES COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, TRENTON. 

Formed in 1779. Xamecl in honor of Willie Jones, a noted patriot. 

Area, 4.">() square miles. 

Population: 8,226. White males. 2,301; white females, 2,165; negro males. 
1,812; negro females. 1,948; foreign born, 13. 

Value of real estate. $1,342,281; value of personal property. $526,252. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $1,764,767: by negroes, $103,766. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 4! 2-3c. on the $100. 

County bonded deht. $10,000. 

Public Roads: Worked by taxation. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Rairoad, Il'.T!) miles, assessed value $373,825.86 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 1.577.70 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co.. assessed value 3,894.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 831.38 

W M Qflfirtare General^Merchandise, 
▼ ▼ . 1T1. OOllUUlgj Cotton and Cotton Seed 

SMITH II F.LD, N. C. 



2SC 



JONES COUNTY. 



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Norfolk & Southern Ry. (A. & N. C. Div.), 4.18 miles, assessed value 51,114.80 

Dover & South Hound Railroad, 18.00 miles, assessed value 36,000.00 

Superior Court — Terms: 31st October; 4th April. 



COINTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — J. B. Collins, 
Trenton. 

Sheriff— John S. Hargett, Comfort, 
R. F. D. 

Register of Deeds — R. O. Dixon, 
Trenton. 

Treasurer — Charles 1*. Harriett, 
Pollocksville. 

Coroner — A. F .Hammond, Pollocks- 
ville. 

Surveyor — J. L. Foy, Jr.. Trenton. 
Co. Supt. of Health—A. F. Hammond, 
Pollocksville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — K. F. Foscue, 
Maysville. 

Supt. of County Home — H. Pollock, 
Trenton. 

Co. Board of Education— F. M. Jen- 
kins, Maysville ; F. H. Foy, Pollocks- 
ville; G. G. Noble. 

County Commissioners — .T. H. Bell, 
(chairman), Pollocksville ; R. L. May. 
Trenton; J. R. Lowery, Trenton, R. 
F. D. ; K. R. Hay, Maysville; L. O. 
Pollock, Trenton, R. F. D. No. 1. 

County Board of Elections — J. W. 
Wooten, (chrm.), Trenton; F. H. Foy, 
Pollocksville; J. K. Brock, Trenton. 
JUSTICES Or THE PEACE. 

White Oak Township — S. L. Geroek. 
Maysville; K. F. Foscue, Maysville. 

Pollocksville — Geo. W. White, Pol- 
locksville; A. J. Banks, Trenton; F. 
H .Fov, Pollocksville : N. J. Leary, 
Pollocksville; W. O. White, Pollocks- 
ville; J. C. Holland, Pollocksville. 

Trenton — Charles L. Newell, Tren- 
ton; Lon Taylor, Trenton. 

Cypress Creek — J. M. Brown, Com- 
fort ; J. R. Askew, Comfort. 

Tuekahoe — A. J. Turner, Richlands, 
R. F. D. ; N. D. Westbrook, Tuekahoe ; 
J. W. Dail. Kiuston, R. F. D. No. 7; 
W. B. Dail, Kinston, R. F. D. No. 7. 

Chinquapin— E. M. Gilbert, S. Small, 
Lake Dillahunt; Stephen Hill, Tren- 
ton, R. F .D. No. 1. 

Beaver Creek — G. W. Harrison, 
Trenton. R. F. D. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Primitive Baptist — B. F. Eubanks, 
Pollocksville. 

Free Will Baptist— G. W. Harrison, 
Trenton. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Foy, C. D., Maysville. 

McDaniel, Hiram, Maysville. 

Duval, Geo. H.. Pollocksville. 

Heath. J, D., Trenton. 

Smith, C. C, Jr., Trenton. 

Brown & George, Comfort, 

Rhodes, C. A., Comfort. 

Jones. Charles, Comfort. 

Taylor, Paschall, Comfort. 

Hargett, J. S., Comfort. 



Turner, 
& Dail, 



Thason. 
Kinston, 



R. F. D. 



J., & 



J., 



Co., Trenton, 
Trenton, 



R. F. 



R. F. D. 



Craft & 

Turner 
No. 7. 

Moore, J. 
D. No. 1. 

Phillips, B. 
No. 1. 

COTTON GINS. 

McDaniel, H., Agent, Maysville. 

Hay, Ken. R., Maysville. 

Dail, .1. W., Kinston, R. F. D. No, 

Jarman, E. M., Comfort, R. F. D 

F. 



F 



D. 
D. 



Taylor, Paschall, Comfort, R. 
Hargett, W. B., Richlands, R. 
Rhodes, C. A., Comfort. 
Heath, E. B., Trenton. 
F. A. Whitaker. Kinston. 
Phillips, B. J., Trenton, R. 
Boisden, Jesse L., Wimsatt. 
Perry, W. J.. Trenton, R. r? 
Isler, E. B., Dover, R. F. I\ 
Hood, H. C, Kinston, R. F. D. 
Murrill, Wm., Trenton, R. F. D. 
Stevenson, June. Kinston, R. F. D 
Wooten. J. W., Trenton, R. F..D. 
Banks, J. B., Trenton, R. F 
FLOIR, CORN AND FEED 
Craft. David. Oharon. 
Taylor, Braddock, Kinston 
' D. No. 7. 
Boisden, 



F. 1). 
'. D. 



, D. 
MILLS. 

R. F. 



Jesse L., Wimsatt. 
SAW MILES. 

Boisden. Jesse L.. Wimsatt. 

Simmons, Ben., Pollocksville. 

Duval, Geo. EL, Pollocksville. 

DeBruhl, C. I., New Bern, R. F. D. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

White. A. H.. Pollocksville. 

Loy, H. M., Elon College. 

Fonvielle, Miss Annie Hunter, 
Goldsboro. 

Jarman, Miss Mamie, Richlands. 

Wood, Mrs. Gertrude, Maysville. 

Wooten. Miss Florence, Maysville. 

Mills. Mrs. Mary. Maysville. 

Trevillian, Miss Ethel, Pollocksville. 

Whitty, Miss Oleta, Pollocksville. 

Brinson. Miss Lizzie, New Bern, R. 
F. D. 

Arnold. Mrs. C. P., New Bern, R. 
F. D. 

Roberson. Miss Edith. Pollocksville. 

Henderson, Miss Lillian, Pollocks- 
ville. 

Simpson, Miss Stella, Jackson. 

McDaniel, Miss Grace, Trenton. 

Koonce. Miss Inez, Trenton. 

Meadows. Miss Ethel. Trenton. 

May, Miss Eunice. Trenton. 

McDaniel, Miss Ethel, Trenton. 

Wilson, Miss Mabel, Trenton. 

Dudley. Miss Ola, Wimsatt. 

Davis, Miss Lea, Wimsatt. 

Pridgen, Miss Blanch, Trenton. 

Pollock. Miss Lissia, Trenton. 

Taylor, Miss Birtie. Trenton. 



JONES COUNTS'. 



287 



Duncan, Miss Mattie, Beaufort. 
Koonce, Joe, Trenton. 
Sanlin, J. W., Kinston. 



TRENTON. 

Population, 1909: White, 375; col- 
ored. 125; total, 500. 

Value real estate. .1*46.415; value per- 
sonal property, $03,922. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Major — W. W. Barker. 

Postmastet — F. P. Koonce. 

Chief of Police — R. L. McDaniel. 

Steamboat Agent — R. L. .May, Inde- 
pendent Steamboat Co. 

.Manager Telegraph — S. H. Hay- 
wood. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — P. Greening. Pastor. 
Baptist— W. L. Bilbro, Pastor. 
Epicopal — P-. N. Skinner, Rector. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Trenton High School — H. M. Loy, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Jones — J. B. Collins, Presi- 
dent; F. W. Foseue, Cashier. 

LAWYERS. 

Barker, J. R. 

Warren, J. K. 

Hammond, E. A. 

DOCTORS. 

Monk. H. G. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Ha v wood, S. H. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Trenton Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Loftin, E. J. 

The Herritage-Haywood Co. 

May, C. C. 

Pollock, B. T. 

McDaniel, P. B., & Co. 

May, R. L. 

Pollock, H. 

Dixon Bros. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

The Brogden Hotel. 

Burt's Boarding House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Henderson, C. C. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Taylor, Lon. (Saw Mill). 

Barker, W. W. (Saw Mill and Cot- 
ton Gin). 

Brock, F. (Corn and Feed Mill and 
Cotton Gin). 

Trenton Buggy Co. 



MAYSV1LLE. 

Population, 350. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Postmaster — Mrs. A. F. McCutchin. 

Chief of Police — Clyde Mattocks. 

R. R. Agent— D. J. Davis. Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — D. J. Davis, 
Western Union. 



MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— W. L. Bilbro, Pastor. 
Methodist — Rev. Stanford, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Maysville High School — Miss Mamie 
Jarman, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Maysville Banking & Trust Co. — T. 
A. Green, President ; Geo. E. Weeks, 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 
Shaw. N. G. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Weeks, Geo. E. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Foseue, A. C. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Whitty, Lewis. 
Maysville Supply Co., 
Collins & Gillett. 
Pelletier & Weeks. 
Tucker, M. H. 
Foseue, A. C. 
Worstley, N. A. 
Banks, Alex. 
Waters, E. H. 
HOTELS AND BOASDING HOUSES. 
Maysville Supply Co. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Foseue, J. M. 
Collins & Gillett. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Jenkins Bros. (Cotton Gin). 
Waters, W. C. (Cotton Gin.) 
Waters. W. C. (Saw Mill). 
Jenkins Bros. (Grist Mill). 



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POLLOCKSVILLE 

Population, 1909: White, 
ored, 75c. ; total, 200. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Postmaster — T. S. Bender. 
R, R. Agent— Millard Carter 
Ian tic Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph —Millard Carter, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist— W. L. Bilbro, Pastor. 
Presbyterian — S. H. Isler. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Pollocksville High School— Alex. H. 
White, Principal. 

LAWYERS. 
White, Alex. H. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Pollocksville Banking & Trust Co. — 
T. A. Green, President; H. A. Creagle, 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 
Hammond, A. F. 
Hughes, G. R. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Creagle, H. A. 

DENTISTS. 
Bender, O. J. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Chadwick, H. A. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Bell, T. A. 



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JONES— LENOIR. 



Whitty. Charles. 
Bender Bros. 
Bell, .1. II. 
Shepard, J. W. 
Whitty. John. 
Whitty, Crank. 
Hudson, Mrs. S. A. 
HOTELS AM) BO.\Rl)lN'(i HOUSES 
Barrus, .Miss Edna. 

LIVKRV STABLES. 
Lee, A. S. 



MANUFACTURING I'LAXTS. 

Bell, •!. II. (Cotton Gin and ( 
Mill). 

Harriett, M. X. (Cotton (Jim. 

Pearce, John (Cotton Gin and < 
Mill). 

Pritchett, John, Agent (Cotton < 

Williams, E. C, Agent (Cotton I 



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Jin). 

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LEE COUNTY 

COUNTY SKAT, SAM OKI). 



Formed in 190S. Named in honor of Gen. Robt. E. Lee. 

Area, 360 square miles. 

Population: 18,000. (Formed since last census.) 

Value of real estate. si.409.15S; value of personal property, $812,804. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites. $2,312,470; l>y negroes, s;is,4ST. 

Tax Kate: County purposes. 2:5 2-3 on the $100; special, 8c. ; county 
bonded debt. $40,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles. 500. Worked under Old State Law. 

KAILKOA1), TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 22.48 miles, assessed value $451,9S9.1'i 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 8.55 miles, assessed value 249.S99.23 

Atlantic- & Yadkin Railroad. 6.93 miles, assessed value 69,285.00 

Atlantic & Western Railroad, 9.00 miles, assessed value 18,000.00 

Raleigh and Western Railway, 6.50 miles, assessed value 25,000.00 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 3,529.14 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 1S.675.27 

The Pullman Company, assessed value 3,785.89 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company, assessed value.. 2,520.00 

superior Court Terms: Three: 1st term, -1th Monday after the 1st Mon- 
day in March: 2nd term. 7th Monday before the 1st Monday in September, 
two weeks; nth Monday after the 1st Monday in September. 



Pearce, Sanford. 
lb Iloyle. Jones- 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — T. N. Camp- 
bell, Sanford. 

Sheriff — C. G. Petty, Sanford. 

Register of Deeds — T .M. Cross. 
Sanford. 
I Treasurer — B. C. 

Coroner — Dr. H 
I boro. 

Surveyor — Francis Deaton, Sanford. 

Co. Sunt, of Health— Dr. J. P. Mon- 
roe, Sanford. 

Co. Supt. of Shools — Prof. R. W. 
Allen. Sanford. 

Co. Board of Education — Prof. M. 
A. McLeod, Chairman. Broadway; E. 
M. .Tudd. Sanford. It. F. D. ; Dr. F. 
W. McCracken, Sanford. 

County Commissioners — J. J. Ed- 
wards. Chairman. Lenoir Springs; 
,T. L. Godfrey, Jonesboro ; J. F. Jones. 
Broadway; J. F. Womble. Moncure, 
R. F. D. : W. L. Weatherspoon. San- 
ford. 

County Board of Elections — G. W. 
"Walls. Moncure, Chairman; J. B. 
Watson. Jonesboro; C. C. Cheek. 
Sanford. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

West Sanford Township — W. S. 
i Weatherspoon. Sanford; J. Will 



Wicker. Sanford. R. F. D. ; D. X. Fer- 
ry. Sanford. R. P. D. 

East Sanford— T. A. Riddle, San- 
ford; T. A. Yarborough, Sanford. R. 
F. D.: W. D. Oliver. Sanford. R. F. D. 

Jonesboro — J. W. Register, Jones- 
boro; X. McD. Dalrymple, Jones- 
boro. R. F. D. : J. M. Stephens. Jones- 
boro. 

Cape Feai — J. R. Howard. Jones- 
boro. R. F. D. ; A. X. Yarborough, 
Sanford. It. F. D. : Mr. Marks. Broad- 
way. 

Packet— G. C. Cole. Carbonton : O. 
I). Palmer, Gulf; C. McG. Jackson. 
Sanford. R. F. D. 

Greenwood — J. J. Edwards. Lemon 
Springs. 

Deep River — E. M. O'Connell. Mcai- 
cure ; [sham Rosser, Sanford. R. F. D. 
MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Methodist — L. H. Joyner. Jones- 
boro. 

Christian — E. L. Stack. Jonesboro. 
R. F. D. 

Preshylteiian — R. C. Beatty. San- 
ford. 

Baptist — Rev. I',. Townsend, Broad- 
way. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Sheppard, J. L. Sanford. R. F. D. 



LEE COUNTY. 



289 



Cox, J. L., Jonesboro, R. F. D. 
MERCHANTS XOT IN TOWNS. 

Thomas, J. C, Jonesboro, R. F. D. 

Coggins, R. B., Sauford, R. F. D. 

Spivey, J. D., Sanford, R. F. D. 

Howard, J. R. Jonesboro, R. F. D. 

Ragland, J. A., Broadway, R. F. D. 

Underwood, N. A., Sanford, R. F. D. 

Smith, N. A., Jonesboro, R. F. D. 

Jones, J. C, Sanford, R. F. D. 

Maddox Bros., Sanford, R. F. D. 
COTTON GINS. 

Campbell, T. N., Jonesboro. 

Nail, E. D., & Co., Sanford. 

Sanford Cotton Mills, Sanford. 

Wicker, T. V., Sanford, R. F. D. 

Kelly. A. A., Jonesboro, R. F. D. 

Marks Bros., Broadway. 

Gratto Milling Co., Jonesboro, R. 
F. D. 

Brooks, W. T., Jonesboro. R. F. D. 

Thomas & Co., Sanford, R. F. D. 

Willette & Knott, Sanford, R. F. D. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Kelly, A. A. 

Gratto Milling Co. 

Thomas & Co. 

Willett & Knott. 

McFarland, S. L)., Jonesboro. 

Thomas, J. A.. Jonesboro. 
SAW MILLS. 

Hunt, A., & Son., Jonesboro, R. 
F. D. 

Morris, Martin (Lumber). 
PUBLIC SCHOOL' TEACHERS. 

Cole. Miss Annie, Sanford, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Cole, Miss Flora, Sanford, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

McLeod, Miss Lillie, Sanford. R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Palmer, Miss Dora, Gulf. 

St Clair, Miss Addie. Sauford. 

Bryan, Miss Elva, Sanford. 

Dalrymple. Miss Annie. Jonesboro. 

Howard, Miss Carrie Lee, Sanford. 

Ledbetter, Miss Kate Bennett. 

Dowell. Miss Mary. Sanford. 

Dalrymple, Miss Janie, Sanford. 

Allen, Miss Sara. Sanford. 

Cox, Miss Allie Belle, Sanford. 

McRae, Miss Jeannett, Sanford, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Kinsey, Miss Myrtle, Osgood. 

Cameron, Miss Carrie. Moncure, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 
Brvan, Miss Kate, Moncure, R. F. 
I). No. 1. 

Wicker, Miss Annie. Sanford, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Daub, Miss Josie, Jonesboro. 

McQueen, Miss Carrie, Jonesboro. 

McKuthan, Miss Mary, Jonesbro. 

Campbell. Miss Fannie. Jonesboro. 

Barnes, Mrs. Belle. Jonesboro. 

Brooks, Miss Minnie, Jonesboro. 

Hunt, Miss Irene, Jonesboro, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Pierce. Miss Inez, T jnesboro. 

McNeill, Miss Mary, Lemon Springs. 

Shaw. Miss Margaret, Lemon 
Springs. 

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McLeod, M. A., Broadway. 

Langley, Mrs. Nettie E., Broadway. 

Lassiter, Miss Mildred, Broadway. 

Francis, Miss Mary, Broadway. 

Palmer, Miss Mary, Sanford. 

Harwood, Miss Mattie, Cumnock. 

Howard, Mrs. Alice, Sanford, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Phillips, Miss Flora, Sanford, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Phillips, Miss Vannie, Sanford, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Underwood, J. W., Jonesboro, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Rosser, A. J., Cameron, R. F. I). 
No. 2. 

Wicker, Miss Ida Belle, Moncure, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Caddell, Miss Audry, Broadway. 

Caddell, Miss Carrie, Broadway. 



SANFORD. 

Incorporated in 1874. 

Population, 1909, 3,500 or 4.000. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — T. L. Chisholm. 

Chief of Police — W. B. Proctor. 

City Clerk— D. A. Gross. 

Tax Collector — D. A. Gross. 

City Attorney — D. E. Mclver. 

City Supt. of Health — Dr. Lynn Mc- 
lver. 

Postmaster — S. M. Jones. 

R. R. Agents— W. M. Kelley, Sea- 
board Air Line Railway; M. V. Orr, 
Atlantic Coast Line and Southern 
Railways. 

Express Agent — W. M. Kelly. 

Telegraph Manager — W. M. Kelly. 

Telephone Manager — W. H. Garner. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — J .R. Edwards, Pastor. 

Christian — E. L. Stack, Pastor. 

Episcopalian — Mr. Mellechampe. 
Rector. 

Methodist— W. H. Pockett, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — R. J. Beatty, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Sanford Graded School— R. W. Al- 
len. Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Sanford Hotel. 

Mcintosh, Mrs. J. W. 

Jones, Mrs. Flora A. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Banking Loan & Trust Co. — A. W. 
Huntley, President; J. W. Cunning- 
ham, Cashier. 

Bank of Sanford— S. P. Hatch, 
President ; Miss Judeth Ross, Cashier. 
BAKERS. 

Reske, A. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Burns, J. M. 

Buchanan, C. W. 

Sanford Meat Market. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'R'S. 

Sanford Buggy Co. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Howard Commission Co. 



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LEE COUNTY. 



COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Sanford Cotton Mills. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Iit?skc A 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Wonible, T. T. 
Walker, R. T. 
Brown, J. W. 
Thomas. O. S. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
San ford Ice & Fuel Co. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
C. H. Smith, President ; S. V. Scott, 
Secretary and Treasurer. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Stein Bros. 
Greenbaum, Joe. 
Wilkins, Ricks & Co. 
Griffin Bros. 

COTTON GINS. 
Nail, E. D., & Co. 
Sanford Cotton Mills. 

DENTISTS. 
Irie, J. H. 
McCracken, F. W. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Sanford Express, P. H. St. Clair, 
Editor. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Gurley, D. M. 
Crabtree, W. A. 
Lutterloh, I. H. 

DOCTORS. 
Monroe, W. A. 
Monroe, J. P. 
Mclver, Lynn. 
Lutterloh, I. H. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Williams, H. M., & Co. 
Wilkins, Ricks & Co. 
Griffin Bros. 
Noel, E. D., Co. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Carolina Power & Light Co. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
Wilkins. Ricks & Co. 
Noel, E. D.. Co. 

FLORISTS. 
McPhail. M. J. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Burns, J. M. 
Tyson, W. T. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 
Moffitt Iron Works. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Carter Furniture & Coffin Co. 
Sanford Furniture & Coffin Co. 

GROCERS. 
Sanford Grocery Co. (Whalesale). 
Howard Commission Co. (Whole- 
sale). 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Wilkins, Ricks & Co. 
Noel, E. D.. Co. 

HOSPITALS. 
Central Carolina Hospital. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Sanford Insurance & Realty Co., 

W. A. Monroe, President; W. S. 

Weatherspoon. Vice-President and 

Manager; C. C. Cheek, Secretary and 



Treasurer. (Fire and Life.) 

Sanford Real Estate, Loan and 
Insurance Co., C. C. Holt, Secretary 
and Treasurer (Fire and Life). 

Cunningham & Tyson (Fire). 
JEWELERS. 

Chears, W. F. 

LAUNDRIES. 

Johnson, J. S. 

LAWYERS. 

Seawell, A. F. 

Hoyle & Hoyle. 

Mclver, D. E. 

Ruark, J. M. . 

Sykes. O. J. 

McNeill, A. L. 

Quick, W. Harvey (colored). 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 

Sanford Sash and Blind Co. 

Smith, C. H. 

Moore County Lumber Co. 
MARBLE WORKS. 

Davis, J. A. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 

Moffit Iron Works. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Sanford Manufacturing Co. (Furni- 
ture). 

Fitts-Crabtree Co. (Furniture). 
Sanford Sash & Blind Co. 
Sanford Cotton Mills. 
Sanford Buggy Co. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Wilkins, Ricks & Co. 
Noel, E. D.. Co. 

PAINTERS. 
Utley, M. F. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 

Howard Commission Co. 

PLUMBERS. 
Seymore, D. F. 
PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 

Carter Furniture & Coffin Co. 
Sanford Furniture & Coffin Co. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Washington. W. F. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Cole Printing Co. 
Sanford Express. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Carolina Insurance & Realtv Co. 
Sanford Real Estate, Loan & In- 
surance Co. 

Eureka Land Co. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Carter Furniture & Coffin Co. 



JONESBORO. 

Incorporated in 1S69. Population. 
1909, 1,200. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. A. Powers. 

Postmaster — B. F. Godfrey. 

Chief of Police — Vernon Hamilton. 

R. R. Agent— C. H. Russell, A. C. L. ; 
C. R. Cox, Atlantic & Western. 

Manarer Telegraph — C. H. Russell. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — L .H. Joyner, Pastor. 

Baptist — F. D. King, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — A. D. (Trover, Pastor. 



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291 



SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Jonesboro Graded School — Miss 
Josie Doub, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Jonesboro— J. L. Godfrey, 
President; A. W. Huntley. Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Hoyle, H. B. 
Snipes, E. P. 
Mclver, E. M. 

LAWYERS. 
Murchison, W. E. 
Powers, J. A. 
Gibbs, L. H. 

DENTISTS. 
Hunt, J. K. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Lee County Times— F. S. Thompson, 
Editor. 

BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 
Jonesboro Building & Improvement 
Company. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Talley, H. A. 

GENERAL MERCHANTS. 
Watson, W. G. & Pv. A. 
Mclver, J. Alton. 
Arnold, D. H. 
Avent, J. P. 
Malloy, C. H. 
Godfrey, J. L. 
Rives, Arthur. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Jonesboro Inn. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
White, George R. 
McFarland, J. A. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Lee County Cotton Mills. 



Thomas, W. L., & Bro. (Planing 
mill.) 

Jonesboro Sash & Blind Co. 

McFarland, J. A. (Buggies and 
wagons.) 

Jonesboro Brick Co. 



BROADWAY. 

Incorporated in 1907. 
Population, 1909, 200. 
Value real estate, $75,850; value per- 
sonal property, $10,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — M. A. McLeod. 
Postmaster — J. A. McNeill. 
Chief of Police — David Lassiter. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist — L. H. Joyner, Pastor. 
Presbyterian — C. H. Cavitt, Pastor. 
Baptist — B. Townsend, Pastor. 

SCBOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Broadway Academy and Normal 
School — M. A. McLeod, Principal. 
BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Broadway— A. W. Huntley, 
President; D. E. Shaw, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Watson, Leon. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Watson, Leon. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Monks Bros. 
Jones, J. F. 
Broadway Store Co. 
Thomas, Judson, & Son. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Brooks, R. M. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Broadway Lumber Co. 



LENOIR COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, KINSTON. 

Formed in 1791. Named iu honor of General Win. Lenoir. 

Population: 18,639. Foreign born, 25. 

Value of real estate, $3,116,836; value of personal property, $l,696,66b. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $4,584,499; by negroes, $22,900. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 39; for negroes, 23. 

Tax Rate: Couny purposes, 23 2-3c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 15c; 
special, 10c. 

Public Roads: Worked by convicts and hired hands. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 11.07 miles, assessed value ...» $323,553,74 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Company, assessed value 1.741.00 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 2,795.60 

Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Company, assessed value 7,179.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 2,854.76 

N. & S. Railway — A. & N. C. Division, 19.00 miles, assessed value.. 232,340.00 
Kinston & Snow Hill Railroad, 0.00 miles, assessed value 21,000.00 

Superior Court Terms: January 10th; March 14th; May 23rd; June 13th; 
August 22nd; November 7th; December 12th; January, May, August and 
December, 1 week terms, criminal only; March, June, November, 2 week 
terms, all civil. \ 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — Plato Collins, 
J Kinston. 

Sheriff — J. P. Nunn, Kinston. 
Register of Deeds — John H. Bar- 



wick, Kinston. 

Treasurer — John H. Dawson, Kin- 
ston. 

Coroner — J. C. Green, LaG range. 

Co. Supt. of Health— R. A. Whitaker, 



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LENOIR COUNTY. 



Kinston. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — Joseph Kln- 
sey, Kinston. 

Supt. of County Home — J. C. Arnold, 
Kinston. 

Co.