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National State and City Bank 

RICHMOND, VA. 

Capital $1,000,000.00— Surplus $600,000.00 

WM, H. PALMER, President. 
Wm. M. HILL, Vice-President. JOHN S. ELLETT, Vice-President. 

J. W. SINTON, Vice-President. JULIEN H. HILL, Cashier. 



The North Carolina 

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PHESS DIRECTORY 




1911 



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THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 



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OF YOUR CHILDREN? 

And what assurance have you that they will finally receive 
their inheritance? 

The safe way, is to name this strong Trust Company 
Trustee in your will to hold and manage their money. 

Will you let us write you fully on this subject? 

Virginia Trust Co. 

RICHMOND, VA. 
Cash Capital, $1,000,000. 

HERBERT W. JACKSON, President. 
J. M. MIEUER, JR., V.-President. J. N. BOYD, Vice-President. 

SOUTH ATLANTIC LIFE 
INSURANCE COMPANY 

RICHMOND, VA. 
EDMUND STRUDWICK, President 



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Its development has always been characterized by 
t^o -most prudent and conservative management re- 
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D THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 

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of Virginia 

ORGANIZED 1871 

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Southern Life Insurance Company 

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Assets December 31, 1910 $ 6,328,704.57 

Liabilities December 31, 1910 5,106,699.02 

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Insurance in Force December 31, 1910 72,440,374.00 

Total Payments to Policyholders since Organization 10,786,598.97 

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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. 
(J(- UN TIES— 

are arranged alphabetically. . .65-526 
TOWNS— 
Are arranged under their re- 
spective counties and alpha- 
betically on back of map. 

Altitude 44 

Bank Statistics 16 

Corporation Certificates Filed... 7 
Counties N. C. Deficit and Sur- 
plus 15 

Divorce Laws of North Caro- 
lina 51 

Game Birds — Laws 51 

Land Grants 55 

Legal Holidays 44 

Insurance Statistics 50 

Population — North Carolina 6-7 

Population — United States 64 

Property Values — Statistics 52 

Schools (Statistics) 53 

Weather — Rules 62 

Official Vote of the State- 
Congressional vote — 1910 4.°> 

Comparative vote for Governor.. 40 

State Officers. 1910 41 

For Solicitors 42 

Platforms 33-39 

Democratic 33-34 

Republican 34-39 

Political Organizations 45-48 

Democratic 45 

Republican 46 

Railroads 54-62 

Accidents — Rates 54 

Officials 55-62 

Societies and Organizations — 

Agricultural Society 27 

Anti-Saloon Leasrue 28 

Association for "the Studv and 
Prevention of Tuberculosis... 22 

Bankers' Association 20 

Bar Association 20 

Chemical Society 19 

Child Labor Committee 28 

Colonial Dames of America.... 18 

Confederate Veterans . 17 

Daughters of Confederacy IS 

Daughters of the Revolution.. 26 
Daughters of the American Rev- 



Page. 

olution 26 

Dental Society 20 

Elks 25 

Farmers' Alliance 22 

Firemen's Associati .on 22 

Funeral Directors and Em- 

balmers 22 

Grand Army of the Republic... 19 

Historical Society 2° 

J. O. U. A. M 25 

Horticultural Society 22 

Knights of Pythias 23 

Knights Templar 24 

Library Association 28 

Library Commission 28 

Literary and Historical Asso- 
ciation 22 

Masons 23 

Medical Society 19 

Medical Association (Tri-State) . 25 

N. C. Fairs XV 

N. C. Architectural Association. 22 
N. C. Sunday-School Associa- 
tion 20 

Odd Fellows 22 

Order of the Cincinnati 26 

Pharmacy, Board of 20 

Pharmaceutical Association 20 

Poultry Association 22 

Press Association 19 

Red Men 21 

Retail Merchants' Association . . 28 

Royal Arcanum 19 

Royal and Select Masters 24 

Sons of the Confederacy 18 

Sons of the Revolution 26 

State Federation of Labor 24 

Teachers' Assemblv 20 

State Guard 28-32 

State Government — 

Executive IIT-XT 

Judicial XVT-4 

Legislative XTT-XV 

North Carolina Congress 39 

Military 28-32 

United States Government — 

Executive 5 

Judicial 5 

Courts in N. C 6 

Financial Statement 8 

Legislative 9-15 

Tax Commission Report 48 



II 



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NORTH CAROLINA VKAK BOOK. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



Page. 

.Meredith College, Raleigb 23 

.Murphy's Hotel, Richmond 10 

National Hunk of Commerce, Nor- 
folk XV 

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

National. Stale and City Bank, 

Richmond Top of front cover 

New Hern Banking and Trust 

Co. 160-164 

News and Observer 527-528 

Norfolk Bank for Savings and 

Trusts XIII 

Norfolk National Bank NT 

Norfolk Southern Railway 61 

Normal and Collegiate Institute, 

Asheville 29 

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

North Carolina Review 520 

North Carolina State Normal ar.^ 

Industrial College, The 31 

North State Mutual Life Insurance 

Company, Kinston 17 

Parker-Gardner Co., Charlotte. . .17-31 

Peace Institute. Raleigh 49 

Planters Bank. Rocky Mount. .340-349 
Planters National Bank, Rich- 
mond, Va Ill 

Raleigh Ranking and Trust Co 3 

Raleigh Savings Bank and Trust 

Co.. Raleigh 7 

Raleigh <fe Southport Railwav 03 

Saint Mary's School. Raleigh 51 

Sanders, W. M.. Smithfield 281-290 

Seaboard Air Line 59 

South Atlantic Life Inssurance, 

Richmond, Va C 

Smithdeals Business College. Rich- 
mond, Va F 

Southern Conservatory of Music, 

Durham 53 

Southgate. J.. & Son ..".'.' p 

State Fair. The Great G 

Sydnor & Hundley. Richmond. Va. D 
Sydnor Pump & Well Co., Rich- 
mond, Va 21 

Thomson, Prank K., Raleigh 12 

University of North Carolina 27 

Fzzell. E. M., & Co., Raleisrh E 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., 

Richmond. Va Back cover 

Virginia State Ins. Co.. Richmond. P 
Virginia Trust Co.. Richmond, Va. C 
Wake County Savings Bank. Ral- 

eicrh 9 

Wilson Sanatorium, Wilson 514 



Page. 

Varborough House. Raleigh G 

I'ork & Cobb, Raleigh E 

Allen, George Ml 

American Book Company 37 

Antietam Paper Co., Hageratown, 

Aid E 

A. & M. College for the Colored 

Race, Greensboro 62 

Atlantic Christian College, Wil- 
son 39 

Atlantic Fire Ins. Co., Raleigh.. 19 

Bank of Montgomery, Troy 333-336 

Bank of Onslow, Jacksonville. .359-361 
Bank of Pittsboro, Pittsboro. .138-141 

Bromo-Seltzer B 

Christopher Engraving Co., Rich- 
mond 55 

Citizens Bank, Franklinton 212-215 

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

Commercial National Bank, Ral- 
eigh ix 

Coopers of Raleigh G 

East Carolina Teachers' Training 

School, Greenville 33 

Edwards & Broughton Printing 

Co., Raleigh F 

Elizabeth College. Charlotte 43 

Farmers & Merchants Bank, Wil- 

liamston 310-313 

First National Bank, Durham V 

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

ville 105-169-X-XI 

First National Bank, New Bern... 11 
First National Bank. Weldon. .III-VIII 
First National Bank, Wilson. . .513-520 
W. A. Fulford & Co., Durham 

Back of Binding 190-196 

Greensboro Female College, 

Greensboro 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 57 

Keeley Institute, Greensboro 23 

King's Business College. Raleigh. 

302-368-409-493 

Life Insurance Company of Vir- 
ginia 

ginia. Richmond. Va D 

McDonald, C. C, Raleigh 

Botton front cover 

Mechanics Savings Bank, Raleigh. 5 



STATE GOVERNMENT— EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Ill 

PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

Surplus and Profits, $1,300,000 
Capital, - - - 300,000 



Accounts of Banks, Corporations and Individuals Solicited 

JAMES N. BOYD, President 

RICHARD H. SMITH, Vice-President and Cashier 

J. J. MONTAGUE, V. -President. CONWAY H. GORDON, Asst. Cashier. 

R. LATIMER GORDON, Asst. Cash. A. S. CHERRY, Mgr. Savings Dept. 

STATE GOVERNMENT— EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



Governor — William Walton Kitchin, 
of Person. 

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

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

Executive Clerk — Miss Annie Travis, 
of Halifax. 

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

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

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

Stenographer — Miss Minnie Bagwell. 
of Wake. 

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

Chief Clerk, Treasury Department — 
W. F. Moody, of Mecklenburg. 

Clerk for Institutions — W. W. New- 
man, of Wake. 

Teller — A. H. Arlington, of Nash. 

License Clerk — Miss Eva Warters, 
of Lenoir. 

State Auditor— W. P. Wood, of Ran- 
dolph. 

Chief Clerk to Auditor— E. H. Baker, 
of Franklin. 

Tax Clerk — Barter Durham, of 



Wake. 

Clerk and Stenographer— Mrs. F. W. 
Smith, of Wake. 

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

Law Clerk— G. L. Jones, of Macon. 

Clerk and Stenographer— Miss Sarah 
Burkhead, of Columbus. 

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

Chief Clerk — Allen J. Barwick, of 
Lenoir. 

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

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

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

Supervisor of Teacher Training— J. 
A. Bivins. 

Supervisor of Elementary Schools — 
L. C. Brogden. 

Adjutant General— R. L. Leinster. 

Chief of Ordnance— T. R. Robertson, 
of Mecklenburg. 

State Librarian— M. 0. Sherrill, of 
Catawba. 

Assistant Librarian— Miss Carrie E. 



First National Bank of Weldon 

United States Depository 



IN- 



STATE GOVERNMENT— EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



Brougbton, i>f Wake. 

Commissioner of Labor and Printing 
— M. L. Shipman, of Hendersonville. 

Assistant Commissioner — Geo. B. 
Justice, of Rutherfordton. 

Stenographer — Miss Daisy Thornp- 
Bon, of Wake. 

insurance Commissioner — James R. 
Young, of Vance. 

Deputv Insurance Commissioners — 
Stacy \v. Wade and Robt. B. Colt. 

Chief Clerk— Robt. B. Coit. 

Clerk and Stenographer — Miss Ida 
Montgomery, of Wake. 

License Clerk — A. H. Yerby. 

Bookkeeper — Miss Mary Marsh. 

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

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

State Printers — E. M. Uzzell and 
Edwards & B rough ton Printing Co., 
of Wake. 



GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL. 

The Secretary of State, Auditor. 
Treasurer, and Superintendent of Pub- 
lic 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. 

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). 

W. T. Lee. of Haywood. (Term ex- 
pires January, 1917). 

Henry Clay Brown, of Surry. (Term 
expires January. 1915). 

A. J. Maxwell, of Craven, Chief 
Clerk. 

Miss E. G. Riddick. of Gates, Steno- 
grapher. 

O. S. Thompson, of Wake, Tax Clerk. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC CHARITIES. 

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



Jos. G. Brown, Raleigh. 
II. C. Dockery, Rockingham. 
Carey J. Hunter, Raleigh. 
A. C. McAlister, Asheboro. 
Miss Daisy Densou, Raleigh, Secre- 
tary. 
Office in the Capitol. 



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. ; J. S. Holmes, Forester, 
Chapel Hill, N. C. ; E. W. Myers, As- 
sistant Hydrographer, Greensboro, N. 
C. : W. L. Spoon, Engineer, Burling- 
ton, N. C. ; W. S. Fallis, Road Engi- 
neer, Wilson, N. C. ; H. M. Berry, 
Clerk of Statistician, Chapel Hill, 
N. C. 



STATE BOARD OF SCHOOL EX- 
AMINERS. 

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

Allen J. Barwdck, (sec), Raleigh. 
N. W. Walker, Chapel Hill. 
John Graham, Warrenton. 
F. L. Stevens. West Raleigh. 
Z. V. Judd, Raleigh. 

STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. 

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

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

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

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

J. E. Ashcraft, M. D., Monroe. 

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. 

Jno. A. Ferrell, Assistant Secretary, 
for Eradication of Hookworm Dis 
ease, Raleigh, N. C. 

C. A. Julian, Assistant Secretary for 
Society for Prevention of Tubercu- 
losis, Thomasville. 
BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS. 

President — L. B. McBrayer, M. D., 
Asheville, Examiner in Surgery. 

W. W. McKenzie. M. D., Salisbury, 
Anatomy, Histology, Pathology and 
Bacteriology. 

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

.John Bynum, M. D., Winston-Salem, 
Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 

.T. L. Nicholson, M. P., Richlands. 



COLLECTIONS MADE AT ALL POINTS; PROMPTLY REMITTED AND 
AT REASONABLE RATES. 

First National Bank of Weldon 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 



Two Fools and a Wise Man 

One sort of fool is the fellow who 
does not believe that advertising is 
any good — and yet advertises. 
Another sort of fool is the fellow 
who has great faith in advertising — 
and yet he fails to advertise. 

THE WISE MAN 

Is one who knows, and knows he 
knows, that he has got a good thing, 
and is not afraid to let the world 
know it. 

THAT IS HOW COME 

We have confidence in our ability 
to serve you. Hence we are not 
afraid to solicit your business, 
because — 

We know your wants and want 
your business. 



Tire FIRST 
NATIONAL BANK 

DURHAM, N. C. 

JULIANS. CIKRR, W. i. HOLLOW AY, 

President Cashier 



VI 



STATE GOVERNMENT— EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



Chemistry aud Diseases of Children. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Beuj. K. Hays, 
M. D., Oxford, Physiology and Hy- 
giene. 

J. C. Rodman, M. D., Washington, 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. 



STATE 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 — H. D. Edgerton, 
Louisburg. 

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. 

Second Assistant Veterinarian — B. B. 
Flowe. 

Dairy Demonstrator — J. A. Conover. 
First Assistant, W. H. Eaton ; Second 
Assistant. L. A. Higgins. 

Entomologist — Franklin Sherman. 
Jr. 

Assistant Entomologist — Z. P. Met- 
calf. 

Naturalist and Curator — H. H. 
Brimley. 

Assistant Curator — T. W. Adicks. 

Horticulturist— W. N. Hutt. 

Assistant Horticulturist — S. B. Shaw. 

Second Assistant Horticulturist — O. 
M Clark. 

Farm Demonstrator — T. B. Parker. 

Assistant- Demonstrator — T. J. W. 
Broome. 

Agronamist — J. L. Burses. 

Assistant Agronamist — G. M. Garren. 

Food Chemist— W. M. Allen. 

Assistant Food Chemist— W. A. 
Smith. 

Assistant Chemist — J. M. Pickle. 

Fertilizer Chemist — W. G. Haywood. 

Feed Chemist — G. M. MacXider. 

Assistant Chemist, Soils — E. L. 
Worthen. 

Assistant Chemist — L. L. Brinkley. 

Assistant Chemist — .T. Q. Jackson. 

Assistant Chemist — W. H. Strowd. 

Assistant Chemist — E. W. Thornton. 

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

F. T. Meacham. Superintendent Ire- 



dell Test Farm, Willard. 

John H. Jafferies, Superintendent 
Pender Test Farm, Willard. 

R. W. Collett.' Superintendent 
Transylvania Test Farm, Swanannoa. 



Test Farm Committee— W. A. Gra- 
ham. Commissioner; Wm. Dunn, New 
Bern ; A. T. McCallum, Red Springs ; 
R. W. Scott, Haw River. 



OIL INSPECTORS. 

Chemist — L. B. Lockhart. 
Assistant Chemist — M. Orr. 
Chief Clerk— Geo. Little. 



QUARANTINE COMMITTEE. 

A. Cannon, Chairman. Horse Shoe. 
H. D. Edgerton, Ingleside 
W. J. Shuford, Hickory. 
K. W. Barnes. Lucama. 
J. P. McRae, Laurinburg. 



STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS. 

Wilson G. Lamb, (chairman), Wil- 
liamston. 

J. C. Clifford, Dunn. 
J. D. Elliott, Hickory. 
Clarence Call, Wilkesboro. 
W. J. Davis, Hendersonville. 



DIRECTORS STATE'S PRISON. 

Geo. A. Norwood. Jr., Goldsboro. 
Geo. E. Hunter, Raleigh, (deceased; 
no appointment). 

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. 
PI. 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. 

North Carolina School for the Deaf 
and Dumb — Morganton ; E. McK. 
Goodwin. M. A. Superintendent. 

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

The State Hospital — .Morganton; 
Jno. McCampbell, M. D., Superintend- 
ent. 

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



SAVINGS DEPARTMENT 



First National Bank of Weldon 

4 PER CENT PAID. COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 



VII 



STRONGEST OT THE SOUTH 



JEFFERSON 

Standard Life Insurance Co. 

Home Office: RALEIGH, N. C. 

Cash and Surplus to Policyholders 
Over $475,510.99 



AJEFIIf N STANDARD POLICY; 
koR] 




Signing- of the Declaration of Independence 
by Thomas Jefferson, July 4th, 1776. : : 

JOSEPH G. BROWN, . . President 
P. D. GOLD, JR., Vice-Pres. & Gen. Mgr. 
CHAS W. GOLD, Secy & Supt. of Agencies 
C. J. PARKER, .... Treasurer 
ALBERT ANDERSON, . Medical Director 
W. H. PACE, . . General Counsel 

CHAS. W. GAMWELL . . Actuary 



VIII 



STATE GOVERNMENT— EXE< I FIVE DEPARTMENT. 



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

Oxford Orphan Asylum— Oxford ; 
under auspices of Grand Lodge of 
Masons; R. L. Brown, Superintendent. 
(Partly supported by the state). 

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

Agricultural and Mechanical College 
for the Colored Race— Greensboro ; 
.lames P.. Dudley, President. 

piRECTOUS NORTH CAROLINA 
RAILROAD COMPANY. 

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

N. B. McCanless, Salisbury- 

D. J. Carpenter, Newton. 

C. C. Ilargrave. Lexington. 

T. S. Fleshman, Kernersville. 

Allen J. Ruffin, Hillsboro, (dead; 
no appointment). 

S. C. Penn, Reidsville. 

R. L. Holt, Burlington. 

State's Proxy— A. E. Smith, Mt. 
Airy. 

DIRECTORS ATLANTIC & N. C. R. 
R. COMPANY. 

On Part of State: 

L. P. Tapp, President, Kinston. 

\V. S. Chadwick, Beaufort. 

G. V. Richardson. Dover. 

S. W. Ferrebee. Stonewall. 

A. C. Avery, Jr.. Morganton. 

W. IT. Bagley, Raleigh. 

Geo. Sumrell, Kinston. 

W. D. Creech, Goldsboro. 

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

OYSTER COMMISSION. 

Win. M. Webb, Morehead City. 
Geo. W. Wallace (Assistant), New 
Bern. 



I^euoir. 

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

Tenth District — J. D. Murphy, Ashe- 
ville. 



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

J. E. Pogue, (chrm.), Raleigh. 
W. B. Cole, Rockingham. 
M. J. Boling, Siler City. 
Mr. Williams, 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. 



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, 
Fremont. 

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

Fifth District— G. W. Hinshaw, 
Winston-Salem. 

Sixth District— Walker Taylor, Wil- 
i ton. 

Seventh District— T. B. Bailey. 
Mocksville. 

Eighth District — J. L. Nelson. 



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

Everett Thompson, 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. (Deceased; 
no appointment). 

W. E. Daniel, Weldon. 
W. H. Ragan, High Point. 
W. B. Cooper, Wilmington. 
M. B. Stickley, Concord. 
T. T. Ballinger, 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. 
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 STATE HOSPITAL, 
RALEIGH. 

S. G. Daniel. Littleton. 

J. D. Biggs. Williamston. 

Edward Smith, Godwin. 

S. O. Middleton, Hallsville. 

H. B. Marriott. Battleboro. 

Robt. H. Staneill, Margarettsville. 

Jas. M. Parrott, Kinston. 

N. F. Yarborough, Louisburg. 

E. G. Moore, Elm City. 

Miss Lelia Dye. Secretary to Board 
and Executive Committee, and Steno- 
grapher. 



DIRECTORS STATE HOSPITAL AT 
MORGANTON. 

J. P. Caldwell. Chairman, Charlotte. 
J. W. Noell, Lexington. 
J. I. Davis. Morsranton. 
J. G. Hall. Lenior. 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK, WELDON, N. C. 
OFFICERS: Wm. H. S. Burgwyn, President, (National Bank Examiner 
1893-1901); Saml. F. Patterson, Vice-President ;, (General Manager and 
Treasurer Roanoke Mills Co., Pattersons Mills Co., Treasurer Rose- 
mary Mfg. Co., 
JAMES T. GOOCH, Cashier. United States Commissioner. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 



IX 



The Best Evidence Of 
Good Service 



OFFICERS: 

B. S. JEBMAN President. 

A. A. THOMPSON Vice-President. 

E. B. CROW Cashier. 

A. P. BAUMANN Asst. Cashier. 



DIRECTORS: 
Alf. A. Thompson, 
Henry A. London, 
Carey J. Hunter, 
Ashley Home, 
B. F. Montague, 
H. W. Jackson, 
Ashby L. Baker, 
Thos. H. Briggs, 
B. S. Jerman, 
Joshua B. Hill, 
Henry T. Hicks, 
A. R. D. Johnson, 
E. B. Crow, 
D. H. Hill. 



4% paid in Savings 
Department 

4% Certificates of 
Deposit 



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 
to 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, 

$300,000.00 

Surplus and profits 

WO, 000.00 

Resources, 

1,625,000.00 



The Commercial National Bank 

CORNER MARTIN AND WILMINGTON STREETS. 
SOLICITS THE ACCOUNTS OF BANKS, BANKKKS. COTTON Mills. 
CORPORATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS. 



X 



STATE GOVERNMENT— EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



James K. Norfleet, Winston-Salem. 
R. 1;. Clark, Statesville. 
A. A. Shuford, Bickory. 
A. E. Tate, 1 1 i ^ 1 1 Point. 
Jno. w. McMinn, Brevard. 



DIRECTORS STATE HOSPITAL AT 

GOLDSBORO. 

.1. P. Hoggard, Atkinson. 
.1. A. Beam an, Clinton. 
Fred W. Habel, Raleigh. 
w . L. Hill, Warsaw. 

l Herring, Goldsboro. 
10. Headen, Morehead 
B. McKinne, Princeton, 
C. Cromartie Garland. 



C. 
W. 

1>. 

.:. 



City. 



TRUSTEES A. & M. COLLEGE AT 
GREENSBORO FOR THE COL- 
ORED RACE. 

Oiti< ers— M. C. S. Noble, Chapel Hill, 
( 'li:i irman. 

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. 

ronrth District— W. E. Broods, 
1'itisboro. 

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

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

Seventh District— C. C. Crawford. 

Fishth District— S. Bryan, Salis- 
bury. 

Ninth District— J. O. Alexander, 
Charlotte. 

Tenth District— M. W. Bell, Murphy. 

At Larjre — 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. Dunlap, Norwood. 



HOME. 

Raleigh. 



.Miss 
eigh. 

J. K 
C. B. 

THE 



DIRECTORS SOLDIERS' 

A. B. Andrews, Chairman, 

J. S. Carr. Durham. 

John N. Kelly, Clarkton. 

,\ Tl Boyden, Salisbury. 

W P. Wood. Secretary, Raleigh. 

Executive Committee — A. n. Boyden, 
Chairman; W. P. Wood, Secretary; 
.1. S Carr. 



Minnie W. Leatherman, Ral- 

BANK EXAMINERS. 

Doughton, Raleigh ; Assistant, 
Bryan, Raleigh. 



OF 



AUDUBON SOCIETY 
NORTH CAROLINA. 

President — R. H. Lewis, Raleigh. 
Vice-President — Chas. B. Aycock, 
Raleigh. 
Secretary — T. Gilbert Pearson, 

Greensboro. 

Treasurer — Frank C. Boyles, Greens- 
boro. 

Executive Committee — P. D. Gold, 
Jr.. Greensboro ; Dr. C. P. Ambler, 
Asheville; W. H. Williamson, Raleigh; 
E. L. Travis, Halifax; C. M. Stedman, 
Greensboro. 



BOARD OF VISITORS UNTVERSIT* 
OF NORTH CAROLINA. 

Victor S. Bryant, Durham. 
E. R. Wooten, Kinston. 
D. C. Barnes, Murfreesboro. 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, UNIVER- 
SITY OF NORTH CAROLINA. ' 

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

R. H. Battle, Secretary and Treas- 
urer, 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. 

J. O. Carr. Wilmington. 

J. Bryan Crimes, Raleigh. 

Robt. T. Gray. Raleigh. 

E. J. Hale, Fayettevflle. 

W. E. Britt, Asheville. 

Chas. Whedbee, Hertford. 



STATE LIBRARY COMMISSION. 

Dr. Louis It. Wilson (chrm)., Chapel 
Hill. 

Mrs. Sol. Weil, Vice-Chairman. 
Goldsboro. 

Dr. Chas. Lee Smith, Treasurer, 
Raleigh. 

Dr. .1. V. Joyner, State Superinten- 
dent Public Instruction, Raleigh. 

Miles ( >. Sherrill, State Librarian, 
Raleiirh. 



STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN 
OPTOMETRY. 

W. Taylor, President, Greens- 



.1. 



Secretary, Eliza- 



Dr. 

boro. 

J. D. Hathaway, 
beth City. 

Frank M. Jolly, Raleigh. 

Fred N. Day, Winston-Salem. 

Sam H. Eaton, New Bern. 



STATE PHARMACEUTICAL BOARD. 

F. W. Hancock, President, Oxford. 
E. B. Zoeller. Secretary, Tarboro. 
I. W. Rose, Rocky Mount. 
W. W. Home, Fayetteville. 
C. B. Miller, Goldsboro. . 



FOUTRH NATIONAL BANK OF FAYETTEVILLE, N. C, 



MORE CAPITAL AND SURPLUS THAN 
BANKS OV THE CITY. 



ALL OTHER 



STATE GOVERNMENT— EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



XI 





IATI0NAL BANK 



NORFOLK, VA. 
United States Depositary 

JANUARY 1ST, 1911. 
RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. 



Loans and Discounts $3,701,451.59 

U. S. Bonds, at par 1,600,000.00 

Premiums U. S. Bonds. 71,350.00 

Other Bonds 262,836.33 

Banking House 188,803.24 

Cash 403,837.10 

Due from Banks 948,152.33 



$7,176,430.59 



Capital $1,000,000.00 

Surplus 500,000.00 

Undivided Profits 15S,975.60 

Dividend, 4 per cent., 6 

months 40,000.00 

Circulation 999,997.50 

Deposits 4,477,457.4'.! 



$7,176,430.59 



CALDWELL HARDY, President. A. B. SCHWARZKOPF, V.-President. 

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

DIRECTORS: C. W. G RANDY, of C. W. Grandy & Sons; WM. H. WHITE, 
President R. F. & P. R. R.; E. S. ROYSTER, President F. S. Royster 
Guano Co.; R. P. WALLER, J. G. WOMBLE, CALDWELL HARDY, 
President; WM. M. WHALEY, President Roanoke R. R. & L. Co.; T. A. 
JONES, SAVAGE, SON & CO.; HENRY KIRN, G. M. SERPELL, Gen- 
eral Manager A. C. L. By.; WILLIAM SLOANE, of William Sloane & 
Co.; E. T. LAMB, President and General Manager Norfolk Southern R. 
R. ; W. T. HAM, of W. T. Ham & Co.; JAMES M. BARR, President 
Black Mountain Colleries Co.; LEROY W. DAVIS, President O. D. To- 
bacco Co.; ROBT. B. TUNSTALL, Attorney at Law; HUGH C. DAVIS, 
Attorney at Law; CHAS. W. PRIDDY, President Pocomoke Guano Co.; 
G. W. GRANDY. JR., A. B. SCHWARZKOPF, Vice-President; A. R. 
TURNBULL, President and General Manager Rowland Lumber Co. ; W. 
C. COBB, Fertilizers; W. A. GODWIN, Cashier. 



STATE BOARD OF OSTEOPATHIC 
EXAMINERS. 

President — Dr. A. R. Tucker, Dur- 
ham. 

Secretary — Dr. M. J. Carson, Fay- 
etteville. 

Treasurer — Dr. R. M. Armstrong, 
Salisbury. 

Dr. E. H. Tucker, Greensboro. 
Dr. H. W. Glascock, Raleigh. 
Next meeting of Board, July 13th 
and 14th, 1911, at Greensboro. 



MEMBERS OF HISTORICAL COM- 
MISSION. 

J. Bryan Grimes (chrm.), Raleigh. 
R. D. W. Connor, Secretary, Ral- 
eigh. 

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 COMMISSIONER. 

Theo. S. Meekins, Manteo. 



STATE LABORATORY OF HY(iIENE. 

C. A. Shore, M. D., Director. 
J. W. Kellogg, Bacteriologist. 
Miss Daisy B. lAllen, Chemist. 
C. F. Kirkpalrick, Assistant. 
A. B. Greenwood, Assistant. 
T. C. Boushall, Assistant. 
F. W. Connor, Assistant. 
H. C. Jackson. Assistant. 
Arthur McKimmou, Assistant. 
F. W. Temple, Stenographer. 



FOURTH NATIONAL BANK OF FAYETTEVILIE, N. C, 

H. W. LILLY, President. JNO. O. ELLINGTON, V-Pres. & Cash. 

J. H. HIGHTOWER, Asst. Cashier. SOLICITS CORRESPONDENCE. 



XII 



STATE GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 



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The Science of Accounts Made Clear and Simple 

The Book Contains Valuable Information for Farmers, Professional 
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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. 



STATE SENATE. 

First District— D. C. Barnes (D.), 
Murf reesboro ; J. B. Williams (D.), 
Shiloh. 

Second District — Van B. Martin (D.), 
Plymouth; Dr. R. N. Cartwright (D.), 
Fairfield. 

Third District— A. S. Rascoe (D.) : 
Windsor. 

Fourth District — A. Paul Kitchin 
<D.). Scotland Neck. 

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

Sixth District— R. R. Cotten (D.), 
Bruce. 

Seventh District — Ben. T. Holden 
(D.). Louisburg; T. T. Thome (D.), 
Rocky Mount. 

Eighth District — M. Leslie Davis 
(D.), Beaufort; Ernest M. Green (D.), 
New Bern. 

Ninth District — J. L. Barbara (D.), 
Goldsboro. 

Tenth District— R. D. Johnson (D.), 
Warsaw. 

Eleventh District — George H. Bel- 
lamy (D.), El Paso. 

Twelfth District — J. A. Brown (D.), 
Ohadbourn. 

Thirteenth District— W. S. Cobb 
(D.), Lumber Bridge. 

Fourteenth District— J. W. Mc- 
Laughlin (D.), Raeford. 

Fifteenth District — O. A. Barbour 
(D.), Benson; J. R. Baggett (D.), Is- 
lington. 

Sixteenth District — E. W. Sikes 
(D.), Wake Forest. 

Seventeenth District — M. J. Haw- 
kins (D.), Ridgeway. 

Eighteenth District — A. A. Hicks 
(D.), Oxford. 



Nineteenth District — James A. Hurdle 
(D.), Milton; John W. Graham (D.), 
Hillsboro. 

Twentieth District — A. D. Ivie (D.), 
Leaksville. 

Twenty-first District— F. P. Hob- 
good, Jr. (D.), Greensboro. 

Twenty-second District — D. A. Mc- 
Donald (D.), Carthage; H. M. London 
(D.). Pittsboro. 

Twenty-third District — Charles A. 
Armstrong (D.), Troy. 

Twenty-fourth District — D. N. Ben- 
nett (D.), Norwood; R. W. Lemmond 
(D.), Mouroe. 

Twenty-fifth District— L. T. Hartsell 
(D.), Concord; H. N. Pharr (D.), 
Charlotte. 

Twenty-sixth District — A. H. Boy- 
den (D.), Salisbury. 

Twenty-seventh District — H. R. 
Starbuck (R.). Winston-Salem. 

Twenty-eighth District — R. L. 
more (R.). Mt. Airy- 

Twenty-Ninth District— J. C. 
nix (R.). Marler. 

Thirtieth District— Zeb. V. 
(D.), Statesville. 

Thirty-first District— J. F. 
hardt (D.), Stanly, R. F. D. 

Thirty-second District— J. 
penter (D.), Dallas. 

Thirty-third District— O. Max 
ner (D.), Shelby; J. C. Fisher 
Tryon. 

Thirty-fourth District— T. L. Sig- 
mon (D.). Morsranton ; Pinknev Mash- 
i R.), Old Fort. 

Thirtv-fifth District — J. M. Wago- 
ner (R.), Sparta. 

Thirty-sixth District— J. L. Hyatt 
CR..). Burnsville. 

Thirtv-seventh District — Julius C. 
Martin (D.). Asheville. 



Hay- 
Pin - 
Long 



Rein- 



G. Car- 



Gard- 
(D.), 



STATE GOVERNMENT LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. Nil I 



Capital, $100,000.00. 



Surplus, $200,000.00. 



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

C. W. GRAND!, Vice-President. 

THE NORFOLK BANK FOR 
SAVINGS AND TRUSTS 

OFFERS ITS SERVICES IN ITS 

Savings Department, Trusts Department, Commer- 
cial Department, Safe Depcsit Department. 



J. G. WOMBLE, 
C. W. GRANDY, 
R. P. WALLER, 

Direr- oeorge l. arps, 

THOS. H. WILLCOX, 
tOrS HENRY KIRN, 

WM. H. WHITE, 
CALDWELL HARDY, 



W. W. VICAR, 
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-eighth District— T. A. Cox 
(D.), Cullowhee. 

Thirty-ninth District— O. L. Ander- 
son (R.), Haysville. 



OFFICERS OF THE SENATE. 

President — Hon. W. C. Newland, Le- 
noir. 

President Pro Tern — IT. N. Pharr, 
Charlotte. 

Reading Clerk — Mark Squires, Le- 
noir. 

Principal Clerk— R. Ottis Self, Web- 
ster. 

Assistant to Principal Clerk — R. R. 
Boyd, ReirlsTille: C. B. Wade. More- 
head City ; J. W. Ra?land, Bakers- 
ville. 

Engrossing Clerk — W. E. Hooks, 
Fremont. 

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

Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms — \V. G. 
Hall, Fayetteville. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Alamance — J. Elmer Long (D.), 
Graham. 

Alexander— T. O. Teague (R.), Tay- 
lorsville. 

Alleghany— R. A. Doughton (D.), 
Sparta. 

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



Ashe— H. C. Tucker (D.), Weasel. 

Beaufort— J. F. Latham (D.), Wash- 
ington; W. A. Thompson (D.), Wash- 
ington. 

Bertie — W. R. Johnson (D.), Wind- 
sor. 

Bladen— E. H. Anders (D.). Kelly. 

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

Buncombe — Gallatin Roberts (D.), 
Asheville; R. R. Williams (D.), Ashe- 
ville. 

Burke — J. F. Spainhour (D.), Mor- 
ganton. 

Cabarrus— W. L. Morris (D.), Con- 
cord. 

Caldwell — A. A. Kent (D.). Lenoir. 

Camden— D. F. Bartlett (D.), Cam- 
den Court House. 

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

Caswell— Osmond Smith (D.), Yan- 
ceyville. 

Catawba— Geo. W. Rabb (D.), Mai- 
den. 

Chatham— N. J. Wilson (D.), Pitts- 
boro. 

Cherokee— J. H. Dillard (D.), Mur- 
phy. 

Chowan— W. S. Frivott (D.I. I 
ton. 

Clav— R. L. Herbert (R.), Haysville. 

Cleveland— C. .1. Woodson (D.), 
Shelby. 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 



A. Xiinn (D.)j 



New 
(D.), 



Craven — R. 
Bern. 

Columbus — J. M. Shipman 
Clarkton. 

Cumberland— A. D. McGill (D.). 
Fayetteville; Chas. <:. Rose (D.), Fay- 
etteville. 

Currituck — Pierce Hampton (D.), 
Waterlily. 

Dare— Charles H. Scarborough 
(Ind.)i Mann's Harbor. 

Davidson— B. W. Parham (D.), 
Thomasville. 

Davie — W. A. Bailey (R.), Mocks- 
ville. 

Duplin — R. L. Carr CD.). Magnolia. 

Durham — Julian S. Carr ID.), Dur- 
ham. 

Edgecombe — Dr. M. B. Pitt (D.), 
Tarboro; Hugh Bryan (D.), Battle- 
boro. 

Forsyth- Frank A. Alspaugh (D.), 
Winston-Salem; P. H. Stimpson (R.), 
Pfafftown. 

Franklin— Dr. R. P. Floyd (D.), 
Louisburg, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Gaston— A. C. Stroup CD.). Gas- 
tonia; N. B. Hendrick (D.), Cherry- 
ville. 

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

Graham — J. C. Edwards (R.), Japan. 

Granville — William A. Devin (D.), 
Oxford. 

Greene— V. R. Smith (D.), Snow 
Hill. 

Guilford— J. E. Kirkman (D.), 
Greensboro; T. R. Dillard (D.), 
Greensboro. 

Halifax— W. T. Clement fD.), En- 
field; A. H. Green (D.). Weldon. 

Harnett — Charles Ross (D.), Lilling- 
ton. 

Haywood— Dr. J. H. Mease (D.), 
Canton. 

Henderson — H. G. Ewart (R.), Hen- 
dersonville. 

Hertford— W. P. Taylor (D.), Win- 
ton. 

Hyde— J. W. McWilliams (D.), 
Ocracoke. 

Iredell— Zeb. V. Turlington (D.), 
Mooresville; N. D. Tomlin (D.), 
stntesville. 

Jackson— F. H. Brown (D.), Cullo- 
whee. 

Johnston — -Ashley Home (D.), Clay- 
ton; L. H. Allred (D.). Selma. 

Jones — Jack Dixon (D.), Trenton. 

!Lee — (Lee votes with Moore). 

Lenoir— E. R. Wooten (D.), Kin- 
ston. 

Lincoln — A. L. Quickel (D.), Lin- 
colnton. 

Macon — J. Frank Ray (D.), Frank- 
lin. 

Madison — J. Coleman Ramsey (R.), 
Marshall. 



Martin— H. W. Stubbs (D.). Wil- 
liamston. 

McDowell— T. W. Wilson (D.), 
Nealsville. 

Mecklenburg— W. C. Dowd (D.), 
Charlotte; W. A. Grier (D.), Char- 
lotte; W G. McLaughlin (D.), Char- 
lotte. 

Mitchell — Henry T. Norman (R.), 
Elk Park. 

Montgomery — J. L. Stewart (dead.) 
i Successor not yet elected). 

Moore— W. H. McNeill (D.), Car- 
thage. 

Nash — J. L. Cornwall (D.), Spring 
Hope. 

New Hanover — Woodns Kellum 
CD.). Wilmington. 

Northampton — B. S. Gay (D.), Jack- 
son. 

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

Orange — John T. Johnston (D.), 
Hillsboro. 

Pamlico— Z. V. Rawls (D.), Ply- 
mouth. 

Pasquotank— Thomas J. Markham 
(D.), Elizabeth City. 

Pender — W. W. Alderman (D.), 
Willard. 

Perquimans — L. B. Perry (D.). 
Hertford. 

Person — W. A. Warren (D.), Gor- 
donton. 

Pitt— John T. Thorne (D.), Farm- 
ville: Guilford Moring (D-.), Green- 
ville. R. F. D. 

Polk — J. B. Livingston fD.). Tryon. 

Randolph— O. R. Cox (D.), Ashe- 
boro; H. B. Carter (D.). Ramseur. 

Richmond— W. S. Thomas (D.), 
Rockingham. 

Robeson— Dr. W. A. McPhaul (D.), 
Lmnberton; J. O. McArthur (D.), 
Rowland. 

Rockingham — W. I. Witty (D.), 
Summerfleld; J. T. Wall (D.), Madi- 
son. 

Rowan— R. D. Coleman (D.), Gold 
Hill; W. D. Pethel (D.), Spencer. 

Rutherford — H. Craig Richardson 
(D.), Forest City. 

Sampson — Jas. T. Kennedy (R.). 
Moltonville; Buck Hillery Crumpler 
(R.), Clinton. 

Scotland— W. H. Weatherspoon (D.), 
Laurinburg. 

Stanly— R. Lane Brown (D.), Albe- 
marle. 

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

Surry— Samuel E. Marshall (R.), 
Mt. Airy. 

Swain— O. P. Williams (R.), Bryson 
City. 

Transylvania — Thos. S. Wood (D.), 
Brevard. 



STATE GOVERNMENT LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 



XV 



THE NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE 

OF NORFOLK 



Capital, $1,000,000. 



Surplus and Profits, $680,000 



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

Total Resources over $7,500,000 

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

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

OFFICERS: 
NATHANIEL BEA3IAN, President. HUGH M. KERR, Cashier. 

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

R. S. COHOON, Assistant Cashier. 
UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT OF 

THE UNITED STATES. 



Tyrrell— M. Majette (D.), Columbia. 

Union — John C. Sykes (D.), Mon- 
roe; R. V. Houston (D.), Monroe. 

Vance — Thos. Taylor (D.), Towns- 
ville. 

AVake— R. H. Battle (D.), Raleigh; 
E. R. Pace (D.), Raleigh; J. T. Judd 
(D.), New Hill. 

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

Washington — Arthur W. Swain (D.), 
Plymouth. 

Watauga — Smith Hagaman (D.), 
Vilas. 

Wayne— J. E. Kellv (D.), Mount 
Olive; J. M. Mitchell (D.). Goldsboro. 

Wilkes — Herman C. Caviness (R.), 

Wilkesboro. 

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

Yadkin — Wade Reavis (R.), Hamp- 
tonville. 

Yancey— Dav v id M. Buck (D.), Bald 
Mountain. 



THE HOUSE. 

Officers House Representatives. 

Speaker — W. C. Dowd, Charlotte. 
Principal Clerk— T. G. Cobb, Mor- 
trnnton. 



Reading Clerk— D. Scott Poole, Rae- 
ford. 

, Engrossing Clerk — M. D. Kinsland, 
Wayiiesville. 

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

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

North Carolina Fairs. 



Alamance County, Burlington — Mc- 

Bryde Holt, Secretary. 

Cumberland County, Fayetteville — J. 
13. Tillinghast, Secretary. 

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

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

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

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

State Pair, Raleigh— Joseph B. 
Pogue, Secretary. 

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

North Wilkesboro, North Wilkes- 
boro— H. H. Hortnn. Secretary. 



XVI 



STATE GOVERNMENT— JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 



THE SI PREME COURT OF NORTH 
CAROLINA. 

Walter Clark, of Wake, Chief Jus- 
tice. 

Piatt I». Walker, of Mecklenburg, 
Associate Justice. 

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

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

Win. R. Allen, of Wayne, 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 twent3"-one years, and must 
have studied : 

E well's Essentials, 3 volumes ; 
Clark on Corporations ; 
Schouler on Executors ; 
Bispham's Equity ; 

Clark's Code of Civil Procedure. 
Volume 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, sigued by two attorneys 
who practice in that Court. An ap- 
plicant from another State may have 
such certificate signed by any State 
officer of the State from which he 
comes. 

3. He must deposit with the Clerk 
twenty-one dollars and fifty cents. Of 
tins .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. 

J. C. B. Ehringhaus, Solicitor, Eliza- 
beth City. 

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

Fall Term— Ed. B. Cline, Hickorv, 
Presiding Judge. 

Pasquotank — January 16 (2 weeks), 
civil cases only; March 13 (2 weeks', 
first week criminal, second week civil 
cases; September IS (1 week), crimi- 
nal. 

Beaufort — February 13 (2 weeks) ; 
May 22 (3 weeks). 2 weeks, civil, last 
week, criminal; October 23: December 
4 (3 weeks), 1st week, criminal, 2 
weeks civil. 

Currituck — February 27 (1 week) ; 
September 4 (1 week). 

Camden— March 6 (1 week) Septem- 
ber 11 (1 week). 

Perquimans — March 27 (1 week) ; 
September 25 (1 week). 

Chowan — April 3 (1 week) ; October 
a week i. 

Gates— April 10 (1 week) ; 
2 fl week). 

Washington — April 17 (1 
October 9 (1 week). 

Tyrrell— April 24 (1 week) ; 
ber 8 (1 week). 

Dare— May 1 fl week) : October 30 
(1 week). 

Hyde — May 15 (1 week) ; November 
27 (1 week). 



October 
week) : 
Novem- 



SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Robert B. Peebles, Resident Judge, 
Jackson. 

Jobn H. Kerr, Solicitor. Warrenton. 

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

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



STATE GOVERNMENT— JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 



First National Bank, J™ 1 



RICHMOND, 

GIN I A 

Capital and Earned Surplus . . $2,000,000.00 

Deposits 7,000,000.00 

Total Resources .... 10,500,000.00 

JOHN B. PURCELL, President. JOHN M. MILLER, JR., V.-Pres & < ash 
FREDERICK E. NOLTING, 2nd V.-P. CHAS. R. BURNETT, Asst Cashier. 
J. C. JOPLIN, Asst. Cashier. W. P. SHELTON, Asst. Cashier. 

ALEX. F. RYLAND, Asst. Cashier. 
CONFIDENTLY SEEKS AND INVITES NEW ACCOUNTS. 



Halifax— January 30 (2 weeks), jail 
and civil cases ; March 20 (2 weeks) ; 
August 21 (2 weeks) ; November 27, 
(2 weeks). 

Warren — February 13; June 1!) ^2 
weeks): September IS (2 weeks). 

Bertie — February 20 (1 week), crimi- 
nal; May 1 (2 weeks), 1st week, crimi- 
nal, 2d week, civil; September 11 (1 
week) ; November 13 (2 weeks). 

Hertford — February 27 (1 week) ; 
April 24 (1 week) ; October 16 (2 
weeks). 

Northampton — April 3 (2 weeks) ; 
July 31, jail and civil cases; October 2. 



THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Harry W. Whedbee, Resident Judge, 
Greenville. 

Chas. L. Abernethy, Solicitor, Beau 
fort. 

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

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

Pitt — January 16, criminal cases 
only; January 23, civil cases only; 
March 20, civil cases only ; April 24, 
criminal cases only; May 1, civil case 
only ; May 22, civil cases only ; August 
21, criminal cases only; August 28, 
civil cases only ; September 18, civil 
cases only; November 6, criminal cases 
only: November 13, civil cases only; 
December 11, civil cases only. 

Craven — February 6, criminal < <■ 
only; Februaary 13, civil cases only: 
April 10. ciivl cases only: May 8, civil 
cases only; June 12, criminal cases 
only; October 2, criminal cases only: 
October 9, civil cases only; November 
20, civil cases only. 

Greene — February 27 (2 weeks): 
May 20. civil cases only ; September 
4; December 4. 

Carteret— March 13: June 10; Octo- 
ber 16. 

Jones — April 3; October 30. 

Pamlico — April 17; October 23. 



FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Chas. M. Cooke, Resident Judge, 
Louisburg. 

R. G. Allsbrook, Solicitor. Tarboro. 

Spring: Term— G. S. Ward, Elizabeth 
City. Presiding Judge. 

Fall Term — G. L. Ferguson, Waynes- 
ville, Presiding Judge. 

Franklin — January 23 (2 weeks) 
April 17 (2 weeks) ; August 21, crimi- 
nal cases only; October 16 (2 weeks'), 
civil cases only. 

Wilson — February 6; February 13, 
civil cases only ; May 15 ; September 4 ; 
November 13, civil cases only; Decem- 
ber IS. criminal eases only. 

Vance — February 20 (2 weeks) ; May 
22 (2 weeks) : October 2 (2 weeks). 

Edgecombe — March 6; April 3, civil 
cases only; June 5 (2 weeks) ; Septem- 
ber 11; October 30 (2 weeks), civil 
cases only. 

Nash — March 13, civil cases only: 
March 27. civil eases only; May 1. 
criminal eases only: May S, civil i 
only: August 28, criminal eases only; 
November 27, criminal eases only; De- 
cember 4. civil cases only. 

Martin — March 20; June 19; Septem- 
ber IS (2 weeks); December 11. 



FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Oliver H. Allen, Resident Judge, 



Kinston. 

Henry E. Shaw. 
Spring Term — R. 

son. Presiding .Tinli 
Fall Term— G. S. 



[tor, Kinston, 
B. Peebles, .lack- 
re. 
Ward, Eliz 



City, Presiding Judge. 

Lenoir — January 9, criminal cases 
only: March 13 (2 weeks), civil cases 
only; May 22. criminal cases only: 
.Time 12 (2 weeks), civil cases only: 
August 21. criminal- cases 
November 6 (2 weeks), civil cases 
only; December 11, criminal 
only. 

Pender — January 16; March 27; Sep 
(ember 11 (2 weeks). 



STATE G< (VERNMENT— JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 



New Hanover — January 23 (2 
weeks); April 3; April 10 (2 weeks), 
civil cases only; May 29 (2 weeks), 
civil cases only; July 24 (2 weeks); 
September 25; October 2 (2 weeks), 
civil cases only; December 4. civil 

cases (inly. 
Sampson— February 6 (2 weeks); 

-May 1; .May 8 i2 weeks), civil cases 
only; .lime 26, civil cases only; July 

10; August 7 12 weeks), civil case's 

.inly : ( (ctober 2.". (2 weeks). 

Duplin — February 20 (2 weeks); July 
.".. criminal cases only; August 2S (2 
weeks!, civil cases only; November 20 
12 weeks). 

Onslow —March •', ; April 24. civil 
cases only; July IT. civil cases only; 
October 16. 



SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Frank A. Daniels, Resident Judge, 
< foldsboro. 

Herbert E. Norris. Solicitor, Ral- 
eigh. 

Spring Term — Harry W. Whedbee, 
Greenville, Presiding Judge. 

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

Wake January 9 (2 weeks) ; 
ruary 20 r_> weeks), civil cases 
March 27 (2 weeks') : April 
weeks), civil cases only; July 
weeks i : September 25 (2 weeks) 
tober 2:: (3 weeks). 

AY a y n e — Ja n u a ry 



Feb- 
only : 

24 (3 

10 (2 

; Oc- 

civil cases onlv. 

2.°. (2 weeks') ; April 



10 (2 weeks) : Mav 15. civil cases onlv 
August 21 1 2 weeks'); October 9- (2 
weeks'), civil cases onlv; November 27 
(2 weeks). 



6 (2 weeks) : 
November 1.". (2 



Harnett — February 
May 22: September 4 
weeks t. 

Johnston — March (2 weeks) ; Sep- 
tember 11 (2 weeks); December 11 (2 
weeks i. 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

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

N. A. Sinelair, Solicitor, Fayetteville. 

Spring: Term — Chas. M. Cooke. Louis- 
burg, Presiding Judge. 

Fall Term— Harry W. Whedbee, 
Greenville. Presiding Judge. 

Cumberland — January 10. criminal 
cases only; February 20. civil cases 
only; March 27. jail and civil 
only; May 1 (2 weeks), civil 
only; May 29, criminal cases 
August 28, criminal cases only; 
ber 23 {2 weeks), civil cases 
November 20, criminal cases only 

Bladen — January 23. civil cases only; 
March 13, criminal cases only: July 
31, civil cases only; October 16, crimi- 
nal cases only. 

Robeson — February (2 weeks), 
criminal cases only: April 3 (2 weeks). 



cases 
cases 
only ; 
Octo- 
only ; 



civil cases only; May 22, civil cases 
only; June 19, civil cases only; July 
3 (2 weeks), criminal cases only; Sep- 
tember 11, criminal cases only; Octo- 
ber 2 (2 weeks), civil cases only; 
.November 6 (2 weeks), criminal cases 
only; December 4 (2 weeks), civil. 

Columbus — February 27 (2 weeks) ; 
April 17 (2 weeks i ; July 17 (2 weeks), 
civil cases only ; September 4 ; Novem- 
ber 27. 

Brunswick — March 20 ; August 7, 
civil cases only ; September 25. 

EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

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

A. M. Stack, Solicitor. Monroe. 

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

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

Richmond — January 9. criminal 
cases only : April 10. civil cases only ; 
May 2!); September 4. criminal cases 
only; September 25, civil cases only; 
December 4. 

Anson — January 16, criminal cases 
only; March 0, civil cases only; April 
17: April 24, civil cases only: June 12, 
civil cases only; September 11. crimi- 
nal cases only; October 2 (2 weeks), 
civil cases only. 

Moore — January 23, civil cases only: 
February 13, criminal cases only ; May 
22, civil cases only ; August 14. crimi- 
nal cases only; September IS, civil 
cases only; December 11. 

I'nion — January 30, criminal cases 
only: February 20 (2 weeks), civil 
cases only : March 20, criminal cases 
only; July 31. criminal cases only; 
August 21 (2 weeks), civil cases onlv; 
October 30 (2 weeks). 

Chatham — February 6; May 8; Au- 
gust 7; November 13. 

Scotland — March 13, civil cases only; 
May 1, criminal cases only; June 5; 
October 23 ; November 27. 

Lee — April 3 ; July 17 (2 weeks) ; 
November 20. 



NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

J. Crawford Biggs, Resident Judge, 
Durham. 

S. M. Gattis, Solicitor, Hillsboro. 

Spring Term — Frank A. Daniels, 
Goldsboro, Presiding Judge 

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

Guilford — January 2. civil cases 
only; January 10. civil cases only: 
February 13 (2 weeks), civil cases 
only; February 27, criminal cases 
only: April 3. criminal cases only; 
April 17 (2 weeks), civil cases only: 
June 5 (2 weeks), civil cases only; 
June 19, criminal cases only; Septem- 
ber 18, criminal cases only: October 
23 (1 weeks), civil cases only: Decem- 
ber 11, criminal cases only. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. . 



CHAS. E. JOHNSON, President. 



F. II. BRIGGS, Cashi 



Raleigh Banking & Trust Co. 

Capital, $100,000.00 Surplus, $25,000.00 Deposits, $700,000.00 

Safety and Security for Depositors 

First Consideration 

THIRD GENERATION OF SUCCESSIVE BANKING— 1865 TO 1910. 

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



(2 

(2 



Durham — January 9, criminal cases 
only; January 23 (2 weeks), civil cases 
only; March 20 (2 weeks), civil cases 
only; May 15, criminal cases only; 
August 28, criminal cases only; Octo- 
ber 2 (2 weeks), civil cases only; De- 
cember 4, criminal cases only. 

Granville — February 6; May 1 
weeks) ; July 31 ; November 20 
weeks). 

Alamance — March 6; May 29, civil 
cases only ; September 4, criminal 
(■uses only; September 11, civil cases 
only; November 6, criminal cases only. 

Orange— March 13; May 22, civil 
cases only ; October 16. 

Person—April 10; August T; No- 
vember 13. 



TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Benjamin F. Long, Resident Judge, 
Statesville. 

Win. C. Hammer, Solicitor, Ashe- 
boro. 

Spring Term— C. C.Lyon, Elizabeth- 
tcwn, Presiding Judge. 

Fall Term — Frank A. Daniels, Golds- 
boro. Presiding Judge. 

stanlv— January 16, criminal cases 
only; March 13, civil cases only; July 
10, criminal cases only; September 11, 
rivil cases only. 

Montgomery— January 23, criminal 
cases only : April 17, civil cases only ; 
July 3, criminal cases only; Septem- 
ber' IS (2 weeks), civil cases only. 

Iredell— January 30 (2 weeks) ; May 
22 (2 weeks); August 31 (2 weeks); 
October 30 (2 weeks). 

Rowan— February 13 (2 weeks) ; May 
8 (2 weeks) ; August 28 (2 weeks) ; 
November 20 (2 weeks). 

Davidson — February 27 )2 weeks); 
April 24, civil cases only: August II 
(2 weeks) ; November 13. jail and civil 
cases only. 



Randolph — March 20 (2 weeks) ; .Inly 
li (2 weeks); December 4 (2 weeks). 

Davie — April ■'! (2 weeks); October 
2 (2 weeks). 

Yadkin— May 1; October 16 (2 
weeks). \ 



ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Henry P. Lane, Resident Judge, 

Reidsville. 

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

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

Fall Term — C. C. Lyon, Elizabeth- 
town, Presiding Judge. 

Forsyth — January :;o. criminal cases 
only; February 13 (2 weeks), civil 
oases only; March 13 (2 weeks), civil 
cases only; May 22, criminal cases 
only; May 29, civil c.-ises only: July 24. 
criminal cases only; September 11 \- 
weeks), civil cases only: October !», 
criminal cases only: December I (2 
weeks), civil cases only. 

Surry — February 6; April 21 (2 
weeks); August 28 (2 weeks;, civil 
cases only: November 20 (2 weeks). 

Rockingham — February 27 (2 
weeks): June 12 (2 weeks), civil cases 
only; July 31. criminal cases only: 
November 6 (2 weeks i. 

Alleghany — March 27; August 21. 

Ashe — April 3 12 weeks); July 10 (2 
weeks): October 2.". (2 weeks). 

Caswell — April 17: October Hi. 

Stokes — May 8, criminal cases only; 
May lo, ciivl cases only; September 
25, criminal c;ises only; October 2. 
civil cases only. 



TWELFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
James L. Webb, Resident Judge, 

Shelby. 

Geo. W. Wilson, Solicitor, Gnstonia. 

Sprint? Term — J. Crawford Biggs, 
Durham, Presiding Judge. 

inn Term — W. -i. Adams, Carthage, 
Presiding .Indue. 



STATE iKiVKIIXMENT- JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 



Mecklenburg- — January 1(5 (2 weeks), 
civil cases only : February 13 (2 
weeks), criminal cases only : March 13 
(2 weeks), civil cases only; April 24, 
criminal cases only ; May 1, civil cases 
only; June 5. criminal cases only: 
June 12, civil cases only ; July 17 (2 
weeks), civil cases only; August 14 (2 
weeks), criminal cases only; Septem- 
ber 25. criminal cases only : October 
2 (3 weeks), civil cases only; Novem- 
ber 27, civil cases only ; December 4, 
criminal cases only. 

Cabarrus — Januarv 30 (2 weeks) ; 
May S (2 weeks); August 2S; October 
23 (2 weeks). 

Gaston — February 27 (2 weeks) ; 
May 22 (2 weeks); September 11 (2 
.weeks) : November 20. 

Cleveland — March 27 (2 weeks) July 
31 (2 weeks); November 6 (2 weeks). 

Lincoln — April 10 ; September 4 ; De- 
cember 11. 



[weeks); August 21 (2 weeks), civil 
(cases only; October 30 (2 weeks). 

Henderson — March 6, criminal cases 
(only; May 15 (2 weeks), jail and civil 
cases only; October 2 (2 weeks), crim- 
inal cases only; November 13 (2 
weeks), jail and civil cases only. 

Burke — March 13 (2 weeks) ; June 5 
(2 weeks), civil cases only; August 7 
(2 weeks); December 4 (2 weeks), 
civil cases only. 

Yancey — March 27 (2 weeks); June 
19, ciivl cases only ; September 4 < 2 
weeks). 

Polk— April 24 (2 weeks); October 
10 (2 weeks). 



THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL, DIS- 
TRICT. > 

E. B. Cline, Resident Judge, Hick- 
ory. 

Frank A. Linney, Solicitor, Boone. 

Spring Terra — B. F. Long, States- 
ville. Presiding Judge. 

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

Wilkes — January 23 (2 weeks), civil 
cases only: March 13 (2 weeks); Au- 
gust 7 (2 weeks) ; October 9 (2 weeks), 
civil cases only. 

Catawba — February (2 weeks) ; 
May S (2 weeks), civil cases only: 
July 10 (2 weeks) : October 30 (2 
weeks). 

Alexander — Febrnarv 20; September 
25 (2 weeks). 

Caldwell — February 27 (2 weeks) ; 
May 22 (2 weeks), civil cases only; 
August (2 weeks). November 27 (2 
weeks, civil cases. 

AYatauga — March 27 (2 weeks) : Sep- 
tember 11 (2 weeks). 

Mitchell— April 10 (2 weeks) ; July 
24 (2 weeks), civil cases onlv ; Novem- 
ber 13 (2 weeks). 



FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Josepb S. Adams, Resident Judge, 
Asheville. 

Robert R. Reynolds, Solicitor, Abbe- 
ville. 

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

Fall Term — Henry P. Lane, Reirts- 
ville. Presiding Judge. 

Madison — January 23 (2 weeks). 
civil cases only; February 27 (2 
weeks) ; May 8 (2 weeks), civil cases 
only ; August 14 (2 weeks) : October 
30 (2 weeks), civil cases only. 

Buncombe — February (3 weeks) ; 
March 13 (4 weeks), civil cases onlv; 
April 24 (2 weeks): May 29 i'4 weeks), 
civil cases only; July 31 (2 weeks); 
September 11 (3 week's), civil and jail 
cases; October 2 (3 weeks), civil cases 
only ; November 13 (2 weeks) ; Decem- 
ber 4 (2 weeks), civil cases only. 

Transylvania — April 10 (2 weeks) : 
August 28 (2 weeks) : November 27. 



FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL DIS- 
TRICT 

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

A. Hall Jobnston. Solicitor. Marion. 

Spring Term — Henry P. Lane, Reids- 
ville. Presidins: Judge. 

Fall Term— B. F. Lonsr. Statesville, 
Presiding Judpre. 

McDowell — January 23 (2 weeks), 
civil cases only: February 20 (2 
weeks) ; July 24 (2 weeks) ; September 
18 (2 weeks). 

Rutherfordton — February 6 (2 
weeks), civil cases onlv: Anril 10 (2 



SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Garland S. Ferguson, Resident 
Judge, Waynesville. 

Felix E. Alley, Solicitor. Webster. 

Spring Term— Ed. B. Cline. Hick- 
ory. Presiding Judge. 

Fall Term— James L. Webb. 'Shelbv, 
Presiding Judge. 

Haywood — January 30 (3 weeks) : 
July 10 (2 weeks); September 25 (2 
weeks). 

Jackson — February 20 (2 weeks) : 
[May 22 (2 weeks), civil cases only: 
October 9 (2 weeks). 

Swain— March 6 (2 weeks) ; July 24 
(2 weeks) ; October 23 (2 weeks). 

Graham — March 20 (2 weeks) ; Sep- 
tember 4 (2 weeks). 

Cherokee — April 3 (2 weeks) ; August 
7 (2 weeks) : November 6 (2 weeks). 

Clay — April 17: September 18. 

Macon — April 23 (2 weeks) ; Novem- 
ber 20 (2 weeks). 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



Mechanics Savings Bank 



CHAS. E. JOHNSON, President. 
C. B. Edwards, Vice-President. 



WALTERS DURHAM, Cashier. 
CHAS. E. JOHNSON, JR., Asst. Cash. 



SAVE PART OF YOUR EARNINGS. FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST 

PAID ON DEPOSITS. 

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



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. 



Associate Justice — Charles E. 
Hughes, New York. 

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.] 



JUDICIAL BRANCH. 



SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED 
STATES. 

Chief Justice— Edward D. White, 
Louisiana. 

Associate Justice — John M. Harlan, 
of Kentucky. 

Associate Justice — W. Van Devanter, 
Wyoming. 

Associate Justice — Joseph R. Lamar, 
Georgia. 

Associate Justice — Edward D. White, 
of Louisiana. 

Associate Justice — Joseph McKenna, 
of California. 

Associate Justice — Oliver W. Holmes, 
of Massachusetts. 

Associate Justice — William R. Day, 
of Ohio. 



CIRCUIT COURTS OF THE UNITED 
STATES. 

First Circuit— LeBaron 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 Buffington (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. Severeus 
1 (Mich.), John W. Warrington (Ohio). 
Loyall E. Knappen (Mich.). 

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

Eighth Circuit — W. H. Sanborn 
(Minn.) (Vacant.) W. C. HOOK 
(Kan.), E..B. Adams (Mo). 

Ninth Circuit— W. B. Gilbert (Ore.), 
E. K. Ross (Calif.), W. W. Morrow 
(Calif.) 

Salaries, $7,000 per annum. 

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



6 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



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

UNITED STATES COURTS. 

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

Eastern District. 

Henry G. Connor, Judge, Wilson. 

II. l'. Seawell, District Attoruey, 
Carthage. 

I. M. Meekins, Assistant District At- 
torney, Elizabeth City. 

Claudius Dockery. Marshal, Raleigh. 

Raleigh Circuit and District — H. L. 
Crant. Clerk: George L. Tonnoffski, 
Deputy Clerk — 4th Monday 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. 
Creen. Clerk — 4th Monday in April and 
October. 

Elizabeth City Circuit and District- 
Philip (i. Sawyer. 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. 

Win. E. Logan, Marshal. Greensboro. 

Greensboro Circuit and District 
Court— Jas. M. Millikan, Clerk, 
Greensboro — First Monday in June 
and first Monday in December. 

Statesville Circuit and District Court 
—Henry C. Cowles. Clerk, Statesville — 
Third Monday in April and October. 

Salisbury Circuit and District — 
Fourth Monday in April and October. 

Asheville Circuit and District Court 
— W. S. llyams. Clerk. Asheville — First 
Monday in May and November. 

Charlotte Circuit and District Court 
— Henry C. Cowles, Clerk, Statesville— 
First Monday in April and October. 

Wilkesboro Circuit and District 
Court — Fourth Monday in May and 
November. 



UNITED STATES COURT OF 
CLAIMS. 

Chief Justice — Stanton J. Peele 
(Indiana). 

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



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

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

(Eastern District). 



Population of North Carolina 



1010. 
28,721 
11,592 

7,745 
25465 
10,074 
30,877 



Counties. 

Alamance 

Alexander 

Alleghany 

Anson 

Ashe 

Beaufort 

Bertie 23,039 

Bladen 1S.006 

Brunswick 14,434 

Buncombe 49,798 

Burke 21.408 

Cabarrus 26.240 

Caldwell 20.579 

Camden 5.640 

Carteret 13,776 

Caswell 14.S5S 

Catawba 27,918 

Chatham 22,635 

Cherokee 14.137 

Chowan 11,303 

Clav 3,909 

Cleveland 29,494 

Columbus 28,020 

Craven 25,594 

Cumberland 35,284 

Currituck 7,693 

Dare 4,841 

Davidson 29,404 

Davie 13,394 

Duplin 25.442 

Durham 35.276 

Edgecombe 32,010 

Forsyth 47,311 

Franklin 24.692 

Gaston 37,063 

Gates 10,455 

Graham 4,740 

Granville 25,102 

Greene 13,083 

Guilford 60.497 

Halifax 37,646 

Harnett 22,174 

Haywood 21,020 

Henderson 16,262 

Hertford 15,436 

Hyde 8,840 

Iredell 34,315 

Jackson 12,998 

Johnston 41.401 

Jones 8,721 

Lee 11.376 

Lenoir 22.769 



Lincoln 
McDowell 
Macon .. 
Madison . 
Martin .. 



17,132 
13,538 
12.191 
20.132 
17,797 



1900. 

25,665 

10,960 

7.759 
21.870 
19.581 
20,404 
20,538 
17,677 
12,657 
44.28S 
15,699 
22,456 
15.694 

5,474 
11.811 
15,028 
22,133 
23,912 
11.860 
10,258 

4.532 
25,078 
21,274 
24.160 
29,249 

6,529 

4,757 
23.403 
12.115 
22,405 
og 033 
26,591 
35,261 
25,116 
27. '.mi:; 
10,413 

4,343 
23.263 
12,038 
39,074 
30.793 
15,988 
16.222 
14,104 
14.294 

9.278 
29,064 
11.853 
32.250 

8,226 



18,639 
15,498 

12.567 
12,104 

20.644 
15,383 



POPULATION OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



RALEIGH SAVINGS BANK 
AND TRUST CO. 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

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

JOS. G. BROWN, Viee-President. 

Deposits, over $800,000.00 Capital and Surplus, $80,000.00 

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



Mecklenburg 
Mitchell .. . 



. . 67,031 

. . 17,245 

Montgomery 14,967 

Moore 17,010 

Nash 43,727 

New Hanover . . . . 32,037 

Northampton 22,323 

Onslow 14,125 

Orange 15,066 

Pamlico 9,996 

Pasquotank 16,693 

Pender .- 15,471 

Perquimans 11,054 

Person 17.356 

Pitt 36.340 

Polk 7,640 

Randolph 29,491 

Richmond 19,673 

Robeson 51,945 

Rockingham 36.442 

Rowan 37,521 

Rutherford 28,385 

Sampson 29,982 

Scotland 15,363 

Stanly 19,909 

Stokes 20,151 

Surrv 29,709 

Swain 10.403 

Transylvania 77191 

Tyrrell 5.219 

Union 33,277 

Vance 19,425 

Wake 63,229 

Warren 20,266 

Washington 11.062 

Watauga 13,556 

Wayne 35,698 

Wilkes 30,282 

Wilson 24,269 

Yadkin 15.428 

Yancey 12,072 



55.26S 
15,221 
14,197 
23,622 
25,478 
24,785 
21,150 
11,940 
14,690 

8,045 
13,660 
13,381 
10,091 
16,695 
30,889 

7,004 
28,232 
28,408 
40,371 
33,163 
31.066 
25,101 
26,380 

15,220 
19,866 
25,515 
8,401 
6.620 
4,980 
27,156 
16,684 
54,626 
19,151 
10,608 
13,417 
31,356 
26.872 
23,596 
11,464 



Total 2,206,287 1,898,810 



POPULATION NORTH CAROLINA. 

The population of North Carolina, 
according to the 1910 census, is 2,200,- 
287, against 1,89S,S10 in 1900. 



Following is the announcement of 

the Director of- the Census of all cities 
and towns in North Carolina having 
a population in excess of 5,000. 

City. 1910. 1909. 

Asheville 18,762 14,694 

Charlotte 34,014 18,091 

Concord 8,715 7,910 

Durham 1S,241 6,679 

Elizabeth City 8,412 6,348 

Fayetteville 7,045 4,670 

Gastonia 5.759 4.610 

Goldsboro 6,107 5.S77 

Greensboho 15,895 10,035 

High Point 9,525 4.163 

Kinston '. .. .. 6.995 4,106 

New Bern 9,961 9,090 

Raleigh 19,218 13,643 

Rocky Mount 8.051 2.937 

Salem ;,533 3,642 

Salisbury 7.153 6,277 

Washington 6,211 4,842 

Wilmington 25,748 20,976 

Wilson 6,717 3,525 

Winston 17,167 10,008 

CORPORATION CERTIFICATES. 
FILED. 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1893.. 21 

For the year ending Nov. 30, ism.. 115 

For the year ending Nov. 30, L895. 133 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1896. . 151 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1897.. 147 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1898.. 156 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1899.. 207 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1900.. 306 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1901.. 327 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1902.. 395 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1903.. 554 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1904.. 540 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1905.. 691 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1906.. 821 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1907.. 839 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1908.. r63 

For the year ending Nov. 30, L909. 1.050 

For the yen- ending Nov. 30, 1919.. 1,058 



FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. 



FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. 



FINANCIAL, STATEMENT. 

Receipts in 1910 $675,511,715.00 

Divided as -follows : From Customs 333,683,445.00 

From Internal Revenue 289,933,510.00 

Miscellaneous receipts 51,894,751.00 

Total receipts .$675,511,715.00 

Expenditures, 1910 $659,705,391.00 

Divided as follows : For pensions $160,696,416.00 

Interest on debt 21,342,979.00 

War Department 155,911,706.00 

Navy Department 123,173,717.00 

Indians 18,504,131.00 

Other items 180,076,442.00 

Total ordinary expenditures $675,511,715.00 

659,705,391.00 



Excess of receipts over disbursements.. 15,806,324.00 

Total receipts of the United States from the beginning of the govern- 
ment. 1789. to 1910, have aggregated as follows: From customs, $11,194,892.- 
720, from internal revenue, $8,333,954,614; direct tax. S2S.131.990; miscella- 
neous. $1,763,076,593 — making a grand total (excluding loans and premiums) 
of $21,320,055,917. 

Total expenditures, same period, $22,007,866,013. 

PUBLIC DEBT OF UNITED STATES. 



(From the Official Statement December 1st, 1910.) 

Interest-bearing debt $319,317,490.00 

Debt-bearing no interest 386,743,867.43 

Debt on which interest has ceased since maturity 2,042,255.26 

i _ 

Aggregate of interest and non-interest-bearing debt U .S. . . 1,302,103,612.69 
Certificates and treasury notes offset by an equal amount of 

cash in treasury 1.402,03S.669.00 

Aggregate of debt (including certificates and treasury notes). 2,704,142.281.69 



CASH IN UNITED STATES TREASURY. 



Gold certificates $910,354,669.00 

Silver certificates 488,190.000.00 

Treasury notes of 1890 3,494.000.00 

$1,402,03S,669.00 

National bank 5 per cent fund 27,14S,193.08 

Outstanding checks and warrants 13,817,411.26 

Disbursing officers' balance 82.218.077.86 

Postoffice Department account 3.625.064.87 

Miscellaneous items 1,672,855.35 

$128,481,602.42 

Reserve., fund $150,000,000.00 

Available cash balance .. .. 86.6S3.885.80 

$236,683,885.80 

Total $1,767,204,157.22 

Cash balance in treasury December 1. 1910 (exclusive of re- 
serve and trust funds) 86,6.83.885.80 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE BRANCH. 9 



WAKE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK 



PAYS 



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



4% Interest 
On Your Deposits 



Compounded Quarterly 

RALEIGH, N. C. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT-LEGISLATIVE BRANCH. 



SENATE. 

President — James S. Sherman IK.), 
of New York. 

President Pro Tempore — William P. 
Frye (R.), of Maine. 

SENATORS. 
Alabama — 

John H. Bankhead (D.), Payette. 

Joseph P. Johnston (D.), Birming- 
ham. 
Arkansas — 

T^fferson Davis (D.), Little Rock 

James P. Clarke (D.), Little Rock. 
California — 

George C. Perkins (R.), Oakland. 

A Republican. 
Colorado — 

Simon Guggenheim (R.), Denver. 

Charles I. Hughes, Jr. (D.), (dead), 
Denver. 
Connecticut — 

Frank B. Brandegee (R.), New Lon- 
don. 

Geo. P. McLean (R.) 
Delaware — 

H. A. Richardson (R.I. Dover. 

A Republican. 
Florida — 

Duncan U. Fletcher (D.), Jackson- 
ville. 

A Democrat. 
Georgia — 

Augustus O. Bacon (D.i, Macon. 

Joseph M. Terrell (D.), Atlanta. 
Idaho — 

William E. Borah (R.l. Boise 

Weldon B. Heyburn (R.), Wallace. 
Illinois — 

Shelby M. Cnllom (R.), Springfield. 

William Lorimer (R.), Chicago. 
Indiana — 
Benjamin F. Shively (D.), South Bend. 



John W. Kern (D.), Indianapolis. 
Iowa — 

Young (R.), Des Moines. 

Albert B. Cummins (R.), Des Moines 
Kansas — 

Charles Curtis (R.), Topeka. 

Joseph L. Bristow (It.i. Salina. 
Kentucky — 

Thomas H. Paynter (D.), Frankfort 

William O. Bradley (R.), Frankfort. 
Louisiana — 

Murphy J. Foster (D.), Franklin. 

.John B. Thornton (D.I. Alexandria 

William P. Frye (R.), Lewiston.. 

Chas. F. Johnson (D.) 
Maryland — 

John W. Smith (D.), Snow nil!. 

Isidor Rayner (D.), Baltimore. 
Massachusetts- 
Henry Cabot Lodge (R.), X.iliant. 

Winthrop M. Crane (R.l, Dalton. 
Michigan — 

William A. Smith (R.), Grand 
Rapids. 

("has. E. Townsend (R.) 
Minnesota — 

Knute Nelson (R.), Alexandria. 

Morris Clapp (R.), St. Paul. 
.Mississippi — 

Leroy Percy (D.), Greenville. 

John Sharp Williams (D.), i'azoo 
City. 
Missouri — 

William .1. Stone (D.), Jefferson 
city. 

.Tas. A. Reed (D.), Kansas City. 
Montana — 

Joseph M. Dixon (i:.i. Missoi 

A Democrat. 

Nebraska — 
Norris Brown (R.). Kearney. 

G. M. llitchock ID. i. omaha. 



10 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE BRANCH. 



(R.), Portland. 
(D.), Portland. 

Philadelphia. 

Pittsburg. 



Nevada — 

Francis G. Newlands (D.), Reno. 

George S. Nixon (R.), Winnemucca. 
New Hampshire — 

Henry E. Burnham (R.), Manchester. 

Jacob H. Gallinger (R.j, Concord. 

New Jersey — 

Frank O. Briggs (R.), Trenton. 

A Democrat. 
New York — 

Elihu Root (R.), New York. 

A Democrat. 
North Carolina — 

F. M. Simmons (D.I, Raleigh. 

Lee S. Overman (D.), Salisbury. 
North Dakota — 

Porter J. McCumber (R.) 

A. J. Gronna (R). 
Ohio- 
Theodore E. Burton (R,). Cleveland. 

Alene Pomeroy (D.), Canton. 
Oklahoma — 

Robert L. Owen (D.), Muskogee. 

Thomas P. Gore (D.), Lawton. 
Oregon — 

Jonathan Bourne, Jr. 

Geo. E. Chamberlain 
Pennsylvania — 

Boies Penrose (R.), 

Ceo. T. Oliver (R.), 
Rhode Island — 

George P. Wetmore (R.), Newport. 

Henry F. Lippett (R.) 
South Carolina — 

Benj. R. Tillman (D.), Trenton. 

Ellison D. Smith (D.), Florence. 
South Dakota — 

Robert J. Gamble (R.), Yankton. 

Coe I. Crawford (R.), Huron. 
Tennessee — 

Robert L. Taylor (D.I. Nashville. 

James B. Frazier, Chattanooga. 
Texas — 

Joseph W. Bailey (D.), Gainesville. 

C. A. Culberson. Dallas 
Utah— 

Reid Smoot (R.l. Provo. 

George Sutherland, Salt Lake City. 
Vermont — 

William F. Dillingham (R.), Mont- 
pelier. 

Carroll S. Page (R.), Hyde Park. 
Virginia — 

Thomas S. Martin (D.), Scottsville. 

Claude A. Swanson (D.), Chatham. 
Washing-ton — 

Wesley I. Jones (R.), N. Yakima. 

M. Poindexter (R.) 
West Virginia — 

W. E. Chilton (D.) 

Clarence W. Watson (D.) 
Wisconsin — 

Isaac Stephenson CR.), Marinette. 

Robert M. La Follette (R.), Madison. 
Wyoming — 

Francis F. Warren (R.). Cheyenne. 

A Republican. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Alabama — 



George W. Taylor (D.), Demopolis. 

S. H. Dent, Jr. (D.), Montgomery. 

Henry D. Clayton (D.), Eufaula. 

U. L. Blackman (D.), Anniston. 

J. Thomas Heflin (D.), Lafayette. 

Richmond P. Hobson (D.), Greens- 
boro. 

John L. Burnett (D.), Gadsden. 

William Richardson (D.), Hunts- 
ville. 

Oscar W. Underwood (D.), Birming- 
ham. 
Arkansas — 

Robert Bruce Macon (D.), Helena. 

William A. Oldtield (D.), Batesville. 

John C. Floyd (D.), Yellville. 

Ben Cravens (D.), Fort Smith. 

H. M. Jacoway (D.), Dardanelle. 

Joe T. Robinson (D.), Lonoke. 

W. S. Goodwin (D.), Warren. 
California — 

John E. Baker (D.). Alturas. 

William Kent (R.), Kentfleld. 

Joseph R. Knowland (R.), Alameda. 

Julius Kahn (R.). San Francisco. 

Everis A. Hayes (R.), San Jose. 

James C. Needham (R.), Modesta. 

William D. Stephens (R.), Los 
Ancjeles. 

Smith (R.), Bakersfleld. 
Large. 
Taylor (D.), Glenwood 



Rucker (D.), Fort 



Sylvester C. 
Colorado — At 

Edward T. 

Springs. 
Atterson W. 

Logan. 
John A. Martin (D.), Pueblo. 
Connecticut — At Large. 

John Q. Tilson (R.), New Haven. 
E. Stevens Henrv CR.). Rockville. 
Thomas L. Reilly (D.I. Meriden. 
Edwin W. Hiirs'ins (R.i, Norwich. 
Ebeuezer J. Hill (R.). Norwalk. 
Delaware — At Large. 

William H. Heald (R.), Wilmington. 
Florida — 

Stephen M. Sparkman (D.I, Tampa. 
Frank Clark (D.I. Gainesville. 
Dannitte H. Mays (D.i, Monticello. 
Georgia — 

Charles G. Edwards CD.). Savannah. 
S. A. Roddenbery (D.I. Thomasville. 
, Dudley M. Hushes (D.). Danville. 
William C. Adamson (D.), Carroll- 
ton. 
William S. Howard 
Charles L. Bartlett 
Lee (D.). 
J. Tribble 
M. 



W. 
G. 



(D.I. Decatur. 

(D.i, Macon. 

Chickamausa. 

(D.I, Athens. 
Bell (D.I. Gainesville. 
Hardwick (D.i. Sanders- 



Brantley (D.). Bruns- 



Gordon 

Samuel 

Thomas 

Thomas 
ville. 

William 
wick. 
Idaho — 

Burton 
Illinois — 

Martin B. Madden (R.l. Chicago. 

Tames R. Mann (R.l. Chicago. 

William W. Wilson (R.l. Chicago. 

James T. McDermott (D.I, Chicago 



L. French (R.), Moscow. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE BRANCH. 11 

The National Bank of New Bern, N. C. 

JAMES A BRYAN, Prest. G. H. ROBERTS. Cashier. 

\V. W. GRIFFIN, Assistant Cashier. 



Capital and Surplus $218,647.00 



4% Paid on Savings Deposits 



Adolph J. Sabath (D.). Chicago. 
Edmund T. Stack (D.I, Chicago. 
Frank Buchanan (D.I. Chicago. 
Thomas Gallagher (D.I, Chicago. 
Lynden Evans (D.). Chicago. 
George Edmund Foss (K.I, Chicago 
Ira C. Copley (R.), Aurora. 
Chas. E. Fuller (R.). Belvidere. 
John C. McKenzie (R.), Elizabeth. 
James McKinney (R.i. Aledo. 
George \V. Prince (R.i. 
Claude U. Stone (D.). 
John A. Sterling (R.), 
Joseph G. Cannon (R.) 
William B. MeKinley 

paign. 

Henry T. Rainey (D.>. Carrollton. 
James M. Graham (D.I. Springfield. 
Win. A. Rodepberg (R.), East St. 

Louis. 
Martin D. 
H. Robert 

town. 

N. B. Thistlewood (R.), Cairo. 
Indiana — 

John W. Boehne (D.), Evansville. 
William A. Cullop (D.), Vincennes. 
William E. Cox (D.), Jasper. 
Lincoln Dixon (D.), North Vernon. 



Galesburg. 

Peoria. 
Blooinington. 
, Danville. 
(R.), Cham- 



Foster (D.). Olney. 
Fowler (I).i. Elizabeth- 



Ralph W. Moss (D.), Center Point. 

Finley P. Gray (D.), Connersville. 

Charles A. Korbly (D.), Indiana- 
polis. 

John A. M. Adair (D.), Portland. 

Martin A. Morrison (D.), Frankfort. 

Edgar D. Crumpacker (It.). Valpa- 
raiso. 

George W. Rauch (D.), Marion. 

Cyrus Cline (D.), Angola. 

Henry A. Barnhart (D.), Rochester. 

Iowa — 

Charles A. Kennedy (R.), Montrose. 
I. S. Pepper (D.), Muscatine. 
Charles E. Pickett (R.I. Waterloo. 



Gilbert N. Haugen (R.), Northwood. 
James W. Good (R.), Cedar Rapids. 
N. E. Kendall (R.), Albia. 
S. F. Prouty (R.), Des Moines. 
H. M. Towner (R.), Corning. 
Walter I. Smith (R.), Council Bluffs. 
Frank P. Woods (It.), Estherville. 
Elbert H. Hubbard (R.), Sioux City. 
Kansas — 

D. R. Anthony, Jr. (R.), Leaven- 
worth. 

A. C. Mitchell (R.), Lawrence. 
Phillip P. Campbell (R.i. Pittsburg. 
Frederick S. Jackson (It.i. Eureka. 
R R. Reese (R.), Minneapolis. 
I. D. Young (R.), Beloit. 

E. H. Madison (R.), Dodge City. 
Victor Murdock (R.), Wichita. 

Kentucky — 

Ollie M. James (D.), Marion. 
Augustus O. Stanley (D.i, Hender- 
son. 
R. Y. Thomas, Jr. (D.), Central City. 
Ben Johnson (D.). Bardstown. 
Swagar Sherley (D.I. Louisville. 
Arthur B. Rouse (D.), Burlington. 
James C. Cantrill (D.), Georgetown. 
Hawev Helm (D.). Stanford. 
W J. Fields (D.), Olive Hill. 
John W. Langley (R.I. Prestonburg. 
Caleb Powers (R.), Barbourvillc 

Louisiana — 

Albert Estopinal (D.), St. Bernard. 

H. Garland Dupre (D.), New Or- 
leans. 

Robert F. Broussard (D.), Nevi 
[beria. 

John T. Watkins (D.), Minden. 

Joseph E. Ransdell (D.), Lake Proi 
idence. 

Robert C. Wickliffe (D.), St. Frances- 
vilic. 

Arsene P. Pujo (D.), Lake Charles. 
Maine— 

Asher C. Hinds (K.i. Portland, 



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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE BRANCH. 



Frank K. Thomson 
ARCHITECT & ENGINEER 

Masonic Temple. Raleigh, North Carolina.^ 

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



D. J. McGillicuddy (Deiii.), Lewis- 
ton. 

Samuel W. Gould (D.), Skowhegan. 

Frank E. Guernsey (R.), Dover. 
Maryland — 

James H. Covington (D.), Easton. 

Joshua F. C. Talbott (D.), Luther- 
ville. 

George Konig (D.). Baltimore. 

J. Charles Linthieum (D.I, Balti- 
more. 

Thomas Parran (R.), St. Leonard. 

David J. Lewis (D.), Cumberland. 
Massachusetts — 

George P. Lawrence CR.), North 
Adams. 

Frederick H. Gillett (R.), Spring- 
field. 

John A. Thayer (D.). Worcester. 

William H. Wilder (R.), Gardner. 

Butler Ames (R.), Lowell. 

Augustus P. Gardner (R.), Hamil- 
ton. 

Ernest W. Roberts (R.), Chelsea. 

Samuel W. McCall (R.). Winchester. 

William F. Murray (D.), Boston. 

James M. Curley CD.), Boston. 

Andrew J. Peters CD.), Boston. 

John W. Weeks (R.), Newton. 

William S. Greene (R.). Fall River. 

Robert O. Harris CR-), East Bridge- 
water. 
Michigan — 

Frank E. Doremus (D.), Detroit. 

Wm. W. Wedemeyer (R.), Ann Ar- 
bor. 

J. M. C. Smith (R.), Charlotte. 

Edward L. Hamilton (R.), Niles. 

Edwin F. Sweet CD.). Grand Rapids. 

Samuel W. Smith (R.), Pontiac. 

Henry McMorran CR.), Port Huron. 

Joseph W. Fordney CR.), Saginaw. 

J. C. McLaughlin CR.), Muskegon. 

George A. Loud (R.), Au Sable. 

Francis H. Dodds (R.), Mt. Pleas- 
ant. 

H. Oliu Young (R.). Ishpemiug. 
Minnesota — 

Sidney Anderson (R.t. Lanesboro. 

W. S. Hammond CD.), St. James. 

Charles R. Davis (R.), St. Peter. 

Frederick C. Stevens CR.), St. Paul. 

Frank M. Nye CR.), Minneapolis. 

Chas. A. Lindbergh (R.I, Little 
Falls. 

Andrew J. Volstead CR.), Granite 
Falls. 



Clarence B. Miller (R.), Duluth. 
Halvor Steenerson (R.), Crookston. 

M ississippi — 

E. S. Candler, Jr. (D.), Corinth. 
H. D. Stephens CD.), New Albany. 
Benj. G. Humphreys (D.), Greenville. 
Thos. Upton Sissou (D.), Winona. 
S. A. Witherspoon (D.), Meridian. 

B. P. Harrison (D.), Gulfport. 
William A. Dickson (D.), Center- 

ville. 

James Wm. Collier ID.), Vicksburg. 
Missouri — 

.1 allies T. Lloyd (D.), Shelbyville. 

William W. Rucker CD.i, Keytesville* 

Joshua W. Alexander (D.), Gallatin. 

Charles F. Booher (D.), Savannah.. 

William P. Borland CD.), Kansas 
City. 

Clement C. Dickinson (D.), Clinton. 

Courtney W. Hamlin (D.j. Spring- 
field. 

D. W. Shackleford CD.), Jefferson 
City. 

Champ Clark CD.), Bowling Green. 

Richard Bartholdt CR.), St. Louis. 

Theron F. Catlin CR.), St. Louis. 

L. C. Dyer CR.), St. Louis. 

Walter L. Hensley (D.), Farming- 
ton. 

Joseph J. Russell CD.), Charleston. 

J. A. Daugherty (D.), Webb City. 

Thomas L. Rubey (D.), Lebanon. 
Montana — At Large. 

Charles N. Pray (R.), Fort Benton. 
Nebraska — 

John A. Maguire CD.). Lincoln. 

C. O. Lobeck CD.). Omaha. 
James P. Latta CD.). Tekamah. 
Charles H. Sloan (R.), Geneva. 
George W. Norris CR.), McCook. 
Moses P. Kinkaid (R.), O'Neill. 

Nevada — At Large. 

Edward E. Roberts (R.), Carson 
City. 
New Hampshire — 

Cyrus A. Sulloway CR.), Manchester. 

Frank D. Currier (R.), Canaan. 

New Jersey — 

H. C. Loudenslager CR.), Paulsboro. 

John J. Gardner CR.), Atlantic City. 

Thomas J. Scully CD.), Perth Am- 
boy. 

Ira W. Wood CR.). Trenton. 

William E. Tuttle, Jr. CD.). West- 
field. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE BRANCH. 



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Commercial National Bank 

OF CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
Capital and Surplus, $840,000.00. 

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. 



William Hughes (D.), Paterson. 

E. W. Townsend (D.), Montclair. 

Walter I. McCoy (D.), South Orange. 

Eugene F. Kinkead (D.), Jersey 
City. 

James A. Hamill (D.), Jersey City. 
New York — 

Martin W. Littleton (D.), Port 

Washington. 

George H. Lindsay (D.), Brooklyn. 
. James P. Maher (D.). Brooklyn. 

Frank E. Wilson (D.), Brooklyn. 

William C. Redfleld (D.). Brooklyn. 

William M. Calder (R.), Brooklyn. 

John J. Fitzgerald (D.), Brooklyn. 

Daniel J Riordau (D.). New York. 

Henrv M. Goldfogle (D.), New York. 

William Sulzer (D.L New York. 

Charles Y. Fornes (D.)i New York. 

Michael F. Conry (D.). New York. 

Jefferson M. Levy (D.), New York. 

John J. Kindred (D.). Long Island 
City. 

Thomas G. Patten (D.1, New York. 

Francis B. Harrison (D.). New York. 

Henry George. Jr. (D.). New York. 

Stephen B. Ayres (D.). New York. 

John E. Andrus (R.). Yonkers. 

Thomas W. Bradley (R.). Walden. 

Richard E. Connell (D.), Pougk- 
keepsie. 

William H. Draper (R.), Troy. 

Henry S. DeForest (R.), Schenec- 



tady. 
George 
Theron 
George 
Charles 
Luther 
Michael 



W. Fairchild (R.), Oneonta. 
Akin (D.), Akin. 
R. Malbv (R.l. Ogdensburg. 
A. Talcott (D.), Utica. 
W. Mott (R.), Oswego. 
E. Driscoll (E,.), Syracuse. 



John W. Dwight (R.), Dryden. 

Sereno E. Payne (R.), Auburn. 

DeForest (R.), Scbenee- 
Underhill (D.), Corning. 
Simmons (R.), Niagara 



Henry S. 

Edwin C. 

James S. 

Falls. 



Daniel A. Driscoll (D.), Buffalo. 
Charles B. Smith (D.), Buffalo. 
Edward B. Vreeland (R.), Sala- 
manca. 

North Carolina — 

John H Small (D.), Washington. 
Claude Kitchin (D.), Scotland Neck. 
James M. Faison (D.), Faison. 
Edward W. Pou (D.). Smithfield. 
Charles M. Stedman (D.), Greens- 
boro. 
Hannibal L. Godwin (D.), Dunn. 
Robert N. Page (D.), Biscoe. 
R. L. Doughton (D.), Sparta. 
Edwin Y. Webb (D.), Shelby. 
James M. Gudger (D.). Asheville. 
North Dakota— At Large. 
L. H. Hanna (R.). Fargo. 
H. T. Helgeson (R.), Milton. 

Ohio— , _. . 

Nicholas Longworth . (R.I. < mcin- 

nati. 

Alfred G. Allen (D.). Cincinnati. 

James M. Cox (D.), Dayton. 

.T H. Goeke (D.), Wapakoneta. 

Timothy T. Ansberry (D.), Defiance. 

Matthew R. Denver (D.), Wilming- 
ton. 

J D Post (D.), Washington C. H. 

Frank B. Willis (R.), Ada. 

Isaac R Sherwood (D.), Toledo. 

Robert M. Switzer (R.), Gallipolis. 

H C. Claypool (D.i. Chillicothe. 

Edward L. Taylor, Jr. (R.), Colum- 
bus. „ 

Carl C Anderson (D.), Fostoria. 

William G. Sharp (D.), Elyria. 

George White (D.), Marietta. 

W B Francis (D.), Marlins Ferry. 

William A. Ashbrook (D.), Johns- 
town. 

.T .7 Whitaber (D.), Cam on. 

E R. Bathrick (D.), Akron. 

Paul Howland (R.), Cleveland. 

R J Bulkley (D.), < 'lev. 'land. 



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EXITED STATKS ( ;n\ERNME NT— LEGISLATIVE BRAX'CII. 



( )kl:illiillla 

Bird s. McGuire (R.), Pawnee. 

Dick 'J'. Morgan (R.), Woodward. 

James L. Davenporl (D.), Vinita. 

Charles D. Carter (D.), Ardmore 

Scott Ferris (D.), Lawton. 
Oregon — 

Willis c. Hawley (R.), Salem. 

A. W. Lafferty (R.), Portland. 
Pennsylvania — 

Henry II. Bingham (R.), Philadel- 
phia. 

.In,.] Cook i U.i. Philadelphia. 

.1. Hampton .Moore (R.), Philadel- 
phia. 

Reuben o. Moon (R.), Philadelphia. 

Michael Donohne (D.), Philadelphia. 

George I>. McCreary (R.), Philadel- 
phia. 

Thomas S. Butler (R.), West ( ".as- 
ter. 

Robert E. Diefeuderfer (D.), Ash- 
bourne. 

William W. Griest (R.), Lancaster. 

John R. Fan- (R.). Scranton. 

Charles C. Bowman (R.i. Pittston. 

Robert E. Lee 1D.1. Pottsville. 

John H. Rothermel iD.i. Reading 

Georsre W. Kipp (D.I. Towanda. 

William B. Wilson (D.), Blossburg. 

John G. McHenry iD.I. Benton. 

Benjamin K. Focht (R.), Lewisburg. 

Marlin E. Olmsted (R.). Harrisburg. 

Jesse L. Hartman (R.I. Holidays- 
burg. 

Daniel F. Lafean (R.). York. 

Charles E. Patton (R.), Curwens- 
ville. 

Curtjs H. Gregg (D.I. Greeusburg. 

Thomas S. Crago (R.), Waynesburg. 

Charles Matthews (R.). New Castle. 

Arthur L. Bates (R.i. Meadville. 

A. Mitchell Palmer (D.), Strouds- 
burg. 

J. N. Langham (R.), Indiana. 

Peter M. Speer (R.). Oil City. 

Stephen G. Porter (R.), Pittsburgh. 

John Dalzell (R.I. Pittsburgh. 

James Francis Burke (R.i. Pitts- 
burgh. 

Andrew J. Barchfeld (R.), Pitts- 
burgh. 
Rhode Island — 

Geo. F. O'Shaughnessy (D.), Provi- 
dence. 

George H. Utter (R.). Westeily. 
South Carolina — 

George S. Legare (D.I, Charleston. 

.Tames T. Byrnes (D.). Aiken. 

Wyatt Aiken (D.I, Abbeville. 

Joseph T. Johnson (D.). Spartan- 
burg. 

David E. Finley (IVi. Yorkville. 

J. Edwin Ellerbe (D.), Marion. 

Asbury F. Lever (D.), Lexington. 
South Dakota — At Large. 

Charles H. Burke fR.), Pierre. 

Ehen W. Martin (R.i. Deadwood. 
Tennessee — 

Sam R. Sells (R.I. Johnson City. 



Burlinsrton. 
Xorthfield. 



Richard W. Austin (Rep.), Kuox- 
ville. 

John A. Moon (D.). Chattanooga. 

Cordell Hull ID.), Carthage. 

William C. Houston (D.), Wood- 
bury. 

Joseph W. Byrns (D.I, Nashville. 

Lemuel P. Padgett (D. >. Columbia. 

Thetus W. Sims (D.), Linden. 

Finis J. Garrett (D.), Dresden. 

George W. Cordon (D.I, Memphis 
Texas — 

Morris Sheppard (D.), Texarkaus. 

Martin Dies (D.). Beaumont. 

James L. Young 1D.1. Kaufman. 

Choice B. Randell (D.), Sherman. 

Jack Beall ID.), Waxahachle. 

Rufus Hardy (D.), Corsicana. 

Alexander W. Gregg (D.'i. Palestine. 

John M. Moore (D.i. Richmond. 

George F. Burgess (D.), (Gonzales. 

Albert S. Burleson (D.), Austin. 

Robert L. Henry (D.). Waco. 

Oscar Calloway I D.i. Fort Worth 

John H. Stephens (D.), Vernon. 

James L. Slayden (D.), San Anto- 
nio. 

John X. Garner (D.). Uvalde. 

William R. Smith (D.), Colorado. 
Utah — At Large. 

Joseph Howell (R.i. Logan. 

Vermont — 

David J. Foster (R.I 

Frank Plumley (R.i 
Virginia — 

William A. Jones (D.I. Warsaw. 

Edward E. Holland (D.I. Suffolk. 

John Lamb (D.). Richmond. 

R. Turnbull (D.). Lawrenceville. 

E. W. Saunders (D.i. Rocky Mount 

Carter Glass ID.I, Lynchburg. 

James Hay ill.i. Madison. 

Charles C. Carlin (D.I, Alexandria. 

C. Bascom Slenip (R.I. Big Stone 
Cap. 

Henrv D. Flood (D.I, W. Appomat- 
tox. 

Washington — 

Wm. E. Humphrey (It J. Seattle. 
Santon Warburton (R.i, Tacoma. 
William LaFollette <R.I. Pullman. 
AYest Virginia — 

John W. Davis (D.I. Clarksburg. 
William C. Brown (D.), Kingwood. 
Adam C. Littlepage (D.i, Charleston. 
John M. Hamilton (D.I. Crantsville. 
James A. Hughes i.R.I. Huntington. 

Wisconsin — 

Henry A. Cooper (R.), Racine. 
John M. Nelson (R.I. Madison. 
Arthur W. Kopp (R.I. Platteville. 
William J. Cary (R.i. Milwaukee. 
Victor L. Berger (S.I. Milwaukee. 
M. E. Burke (D.I. Beaver Dam. 
John J. Esch i R.i. La Crosse. 
James H. Davidson (R.I. Oshkosh. 
T. F. Konop (D.I. Kewaunee. 
E. A. Morse (R.I. Antigo. 
Irvine L. Lenroot (R.), Superior. 



THE DEFICIT AND SURPLUS COUNTIES IN NORTH CAROLINA I" 



CITIZENS 



JOSEPH G. BROWN 

PRESIDENT 




HENRY E.LITGHFORD 

CASHIER 



RALEIGH, N. C. 

OFFERS ITS SERVICE TO THE PUBLIC FOR ALL, (LASSES 
OF LEGITIMATE BANKING BUSINESS. 

Capital, $300, 000.00 Surplus & Profits, $60,000 
Deposits, $1,250,000.00 Assets, $1,700,000 



Wyoming — 

Frank W. Mondell (U.i. Newcastle. 
DELEGATES FROM THE TERRI- 
TORIES. 

Alaska — 

James Wickersham (R.), Fairbanks. 
Arizona — 

Ralph H. Cameron (R.), Flagstaff. 
New Mexico — 

William H. Andrew?. (R.'i, Albuquer- 
que. 



Hawaii — 
Jonah K. Kalanlanaole (U.i. Hono- 
lulu. 

Porto Rico — 

Luis Munoz Rivera. Unionist. Com- 
missioner. San Juan. 

Philippine Islands — 

Owing to a deadlock in the Philip- 
pine Assembly, names of delegates t< 
62d Congress not known when 



THE DEFICIT AND SURPLUS COUNTIES IN NORTH 

CAROLINA. 



There are 56 counties in the State 
which draw from the State more than 
they pay into it. and 42 counties which 
pay a surplus into the State Treasury. 
The 56 counties with a deficit, which 
are sometimes referred to as the 
"pauper counties" of the State in the 
tables of the State Treasurer, are 
shown to receive $229,017.97 more from 
the State than they pay in, while the 
42 counties with a surplus paid in show 
this to be $271,890.79. The charges 
against the counties are for their ex- 
penses in the Institution for the Deaf 
and Dumb at Raleigh, the School for 
the Deaf and Dumb at Morganton, the 
Soldiers' Home at Raleigh, the State 
Hospital at Goldsboro, the State Hos- 
pital at Morganton, the State Hospital 
at Raleigh, the Tuberculosis Sanato- 
rium, the appropriation for pensions 
and for schools. The total cost to the 



State of these amounts to $1,288,637.98, 
and in payment of this 42 counties 
give more than their part in the sum 
of $271,890.79, while 56 counties fall 
behind their share by $229,259.91. 
The Counties With a Deficit. 
The counties which draw more from 
the State than they receive anil the de- 
ficit of each of these counties is as 
follows : 

Alexander $ 8,187.04 

Alleghany 1,375.82 

Anson 5,658.61 

Ashe 8,812.07 

Bladen 6,760.61 

Brunswick 3,752.41 

Burke 12,629.06 

Caldwell 6,05.8.34 

Camden 625.21 

Carterel 2.780.91 

Caswell 1,297.86 

Catawba 6,895.51 



10 THE DEFICIT AND SURPLUS COUNTIES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



North Carolina Headquarters at Richmond 

Murphy's Hotel 

Eighth & Broad Streets 



Chatham J.4S.j.w 

Cherokee 5,376.70 

Clay 1,481-74 

Cleveland 2,884.09 

Cumberland 5.442.68 

Dare 2,601.84 

Davidson 65.69 

Davie 393.32 

Dunlin 6,041.04 

Franklin 2,309.09 

Greene 28.14 

Harnett 3,405.38 

Haywood 1,405.54 

Henderson 2.208.74 

Hvde 3.505.12 

Iredell 313.66 

Jackson 6,657.67 

Lincoln 4.734.77 

Macon 3,343.80 

Madison 10,834.82 

McDowell .• 8,392.69 

Mitchell 5,020.24 

Montgomery 2,125.33 

Moore 945.87 

Onslow 272.20 

Pamlico 2,527.54 

Pender 2,978.18 

Person 259.36 

Polk 1,413.26 

Randolph 4.064.31 



Rockingham 

Rutherford 
Sampson . . 
Stanly . . . 
Stokes .... 



1.146.48 
4,246.58 
7,517.28 
550.24 
6,036.87 

Surry 8,355.59 

Transylvania 3,418.60 

Union 2,935.45 

Warren 1.362.28 

Washington 222.69 

Watauga 3,958.30 

Wilkes 11.646.21 

Yadkin 5,616.29 

Yancey 7,685.33 



The Counties With a Surplus. 

The counties which pay into the 
State Treasury more than they receive 
are as follows: 

Alamance, $1,832.95; Beaufort, 80,- 
230.16; Bertie, $5,701.95: Buncombe, 
$21,579.16; Cabarrus, $5,322.30 : Chowan. 
$4,080.16; Columbus, $2,830.99; Craven, 
$7,599.73; Currituck. $670.78: Durham, 
$32,942.50; Edgecombe, $8,745.11; For- 
syth, $17,826.14; Gaston, $1,435.55; 
Gates, $228.16; Graham, $1,205.83; 
Granville, $1,126.96; Guilford. $12,- 
924.54; Halifax, s7.267.69: Hertford. 
$1,345.41; Johnston, $2,083.37: Jones, 
$364.82; Lee, $198.95; Lenoir, $1,924.94; 
Mai-tin. $1,048.78: Mecklenburg, $26,- 
416.30: Nash, $7,627.43: New Hanover, 
$25,074.84; Northampton. $2,980.59; 
Orange. $820.55; Pasquotank. S7.064.10; 
Perquimans, $3,617.78; Pitt. $2,935.26; 
Richmond. $2,080.00: Robeson, $10,- 
211.60; Rowan. $3,424.30: Scotland, 
$2,827.56; Swain. $1,902.67: Tyrrell, 
$373.24; Vance, 85.205.89: Wake. $9,- 
204.55; Wayne. 85.950.08; Wilson, 87.- 
051.12. 

This makes a total for the counties 
paying- a surplus of $271,890.79. 



Total $229,017.97 



BANK STATISTICS. 

State, Private and Savings Banks. 

Capital stock $ 8,916.334.55 

Time certificates of deposit. 6.113,740.27 
Deposits subject to check. 27,180.212.62 
Demand certificates of dep. 3,310,973.40 

Savings deposits 6.374.018.84 

Deposits in trust 1. 687.706.29 

Total assets 62,146,551 .31 

National Banks. 

Circulation $ 6.270.200.00 

Deposits 23,081,442.52 

Capital 7.935.000.00 

Assets 51,648.338.03 



SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



North Stale Mutual Life Insurance Co. 

HOME OFFICE, KINSTON, N. C. 

Capital Paid in Cash - - $100,000.00 

N. J. BOUSE President. 

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

DR. J. M. PARROTT -Medical Director. 

S. R. DUNN Cashier and Assistant Secretary. 

CEESEN H. 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 J«ames A. Bryan, New 
Bern. 

Quartermaster - General — Lieutenant 
Colonel T. L. Ernry, 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. D. Betts, Raleigh. 

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

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

Assistant Adjutant General — Major 
R. C. Banker, 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— Ma j. J. S. Harris, 
of Charlotte. 

Bugler— Captain J. H. Parker, 
Smithfleld. 



FIRST BRIGADE. 

Brigadier General Commanding — 

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

162 Catawba Hickory 

212 Cabarrus County Concord 

319 Col. Chas. F. Fisher. .Salisbury 

394 Reuben Campell Statesville 

436 Norfleet Winston 

795 Guilford County Greensboro 

797 Surry County Mt. Airy 

952 Col. Jno. T. Jones Lenoir 

11S4 Wm. Gambel Gastonia 

1462 Scales-Boyd Reidsville 

1535 Organ Church Salisbury 

1552 Morganton Morganton 

1682 His:h Point High Point 

1744 Stokes County Danbury 

SECOND BRIGADE. 

Brigadier General Commanding — 

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

382 Mecklenburg Charlotte 

387 Leonidas J. Merritt . .Pittsb 

486 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 

S46 Anson Wadesboro 

984 Henry L. Wyatt — Henderson 

1084 Jno. White Warrenton 

1206 Jones Roxboro 

1277 Morris T. -Smith Oxl 

1278 Oscar R. Rand ..Holly Sprinps 

1369- Stanley Ubemarle 

inns Jno. Manning Durham 

1412 Nash County Rocky Mount 

1527 Jos. J. Davis Louisburg 

1576 Scotland Laurinburg 

1595 Mt. /ion Mecklenburg 

1646 Randolph ishe 

1662 Daniel McDougald .. . Tallin '-ion 

1669 Ransom rones 

1716 Ashe Chapel I Ml 



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THIRD BRIGADE. 

Brigadier General Commanding — 
General .las. I. Metts, Wilmington. 
No. Camp. X / ,T* rn / 

137 Sampson Clinton 

254 i '.i pe Fear Wilmington 

417 Rvau Red Springs 

-i-'l Bryan Crimes ......Washington 

794 Thos. Ruflin Goldsboro 

S45 Jno. C. Lambe . . . . Williamston 

1053 Cary Whitaker Enfield 

1057 J as. W. Cook Beaufort 

1 162 New Bern New Beru 

1248 Henry L. Wyatt Bayboro 

1264 Jesse S. Barnes Wilson 

1303 Alfred Rowland Rowland 

1304 Henry M. Shaw Currituck 

1490 W. J. Houston Pearsall 

1533 Tarboro Tarboro 

1563 David Williams .Burgaw 

1574 Buck Kitchin ... .Scotland Neck 

1578 J. I. Metts Wkitevihe 

1590 W. F. Martin Elizabeth City 

1592 Hen. W. P. Roberts Belhaven 

1635 Matt Ransom Elm City 

1707 Willis H. Pope Lumberton 

1715 Bladen Clarkton 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 
Brigadier General Commanding — 
General Jas. M. Ray. 
Nc Camp. Tow ".\ 

301 Andrew Coleman. . .Bry son City 

681 Zebulon Vance Asheville 

848 Pink Welsh Waynesville 

947 Chas. S. Roberson Franklin 

953 Transylvania Co Brevard 

954 .Tas. R. Love Webster 

10°1 Watt Brvson Hendersonville 

1045 Cleveland Shelby 

1154 Gen. Pender Burnsville 

llbti uavis L.ee Dickinson 

Rutherf ordton 

1621 David Coleman Painter 



Camp No. ISO — 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. Moffitt, 
Richmond, Va. 

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

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

First Vice-President — Mrs. M. O. 
Winstead, Rocky Mount. 

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

Third Vice-President — Miss Carry 
Leazar. Mooresville. 

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

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

Treasurer— Mrs. Robert Kornegay, 
Goldsboro. „ . 

Registrar— Mrs. Robt. H. Davis, 
Louisburg. • 

Recorder of Crosses— Mrs. W. M. 
Creasy, Wilmington. 

Historian — Miss Rebecca Cameron, 
Billsboro. ttt 

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

Chaplain— Miss Hettie James, Wil- 
mington. 



UNITED SONS CONFEDERATE 

VETERANS. 

Commander— Edwin R. McKethan, 
Favetteville. „ 

Adjutant— J. A. McArthur, Fayette- 
ville, N. C. m ± 

Department Chaplain— Rev. Watson 
Fairlev, Favetteville. N. C. 

Department Inspector— N. H. Mac- 
Geachy, Fayetteville. 

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

Camp No. 15— Johnston Pettigrew, 
Asheville. • 

Camp No. 17— Henry Wyatt, Win- 
ston. , 

Camp No. 23— Stonewall Jackson, 
Chariot to. 

Camp No. 70— William Shipp, Hen- 
dersonville. , . 

Camp No. 142— Singletary Pettigrew, 
Washington. 

Camp No. 166— Harry Burgwyn, 
Raleich. „ _ ._ 

Camp No. . 168— Hector McKethan. 
Fayetteville. 

Camp No. 171— Joe Cash. Oxford. 



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

President — Mrs. James Sprunt, Wil- 
mington. 

First Vice-President — 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. 

Assistant Secretary— Miss Carrie T 

Moore. 

Corresponding Secretary— Mrs. W. 
N. Harriss, 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- 

Honorary President— Mrs. Gaston 
Meares, Wilmington. 



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Atlantic Fire Insurance Company 

HOME OFFICE: RALEIGH, N. C. 

CAPITAL MD SURPLUS, - - - $160,000 

A NORTH CAROLINA COMPANY OWNED AND CONTROLLED BY 
NORTH CAROLINIANS. ECONOMICAL MANAGEMENT AND THE 
STRONGEST BACKING OBTAINABLE. 

CHAS. E. JOHNSON, President. JOS. G. BROWN, Vice-President. 

R. S. BUSBEE, Manager. A. A. THOMPSON, Treasurer. 

G. H. DORTCH, Secretary. 



Honorary Vice-Presidents — Mrs. Vir- 
ginia Gwathmey Empie, Mrs. John 
Wilder Atkinson, Wilmington. 
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC 

Department Officers. 

Department Commander — Chas. H. 
Haber, National Soldiers Home. Va. 
Senior Vice-Commander — Wm. Everett, 
New Bern, N. C. 

Junior Vice-Commander — Dred 
Smith. Portsmouth, Va. 

Medical Director — James Dolan, Nat. 
Soldiers' Home, Va. 
Department Chaplain — Willis Wil. 
liams, Berkley, Va. 

Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Mas- 
ter General — F. M. Work, National Sol- 
diers' Home, Va. 

Department Inspector — H. E. Mead, 
Phoebus, Va. 

Judge Advocate — Herman Veasey, 
Norfolk, Va. 

Chief Mustering Officer— Thos. B. 
Nelson, National Soldiers' Home, Va. 

Patriotic Instructor — Robert Dorsey, 
Newport News, Va. 

Chief of Staff — James Van Duesen, 
National Soldiers' Home, Va. 



NORTH CAROLINA PRESS ASSO- 
CIATION. 

President — M. L. Shipman, Hender- 
sonville Hustler. 

Vice-Presidents— J. J. Farris, High 
Point Enterprise; James H. Caine, 
Asheville Citizen ; T. G. Cobb, Mor- 
ganton Herald. 

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

Historian — D. J. Whichard, Green- 
ville Reflector. 

Orator — J. H. Cowan, Wilmington 
Dispatch. 

Alternate— J. P. Cook, The Uplift. 

Poet— W. Lowrie Hill, Our Father- 
less Ones. 



Executive Committee — M. L. Ship- 
man, Chairman, Hendersonville Hust- 
ler; J. B. Sherrill, Secretary, Concord 
Times; H. A. London, Pittsboro 
Record; R. W. Vincent, Charlotte 
Observer; H. B. Varner, Lexington 
Dispatch; R. M. Phillips. Greensboro 
News; D. T. Edwards, Kinston Free 
Press. 



MEDICAL SOCIETY OF NORTH 
CAROLINA. 

President — C. M. Poole, Salisbury. 

Secretary — D. A. Stanton, High 
Point. 

Treasurer — H. D. Walker, Elizabeth 
City. 

Councillors — First District, J. L. 
Spruill, Columbia; Second District, 
K. P. B. Bonner, Morehead City ; 
Third District, C. L. Sikes, Salemburg; 
Fourth District, J. J. Philips, Tar- 
boro; Fifth District, W. P. Holt, 
Duke; Sixth District, R. L. Felts, Dur- 
ham ; Seventh District, A. J. Crowell, 
Charlotte; Eighth District, R. O. Dees, 
Greensboro; Ninth District. A. A. 
Kent, Lenoir; Tenth District, M. L. 
Stevens, Asheville. 



N. C. SECTION OF AMERICAN 
CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

President — Mr. W. M. Allen, Raleigh. 

Vice-President — Miss Daisy B. Allen, 
Raleigh. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Dr. B. J. Ray, 
Raleigh. 

Reporters — Manlius Orr, Raleigh ; 
Duncan McRae, Chapel Hill. 

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



ROYAL ARCANUM. 

Grand Resent — Frank W. Ham 
Oxford. 

Grand Secretary — J. Howell Way, 

Waynesville. 



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Grand Treasurer — E. L. Harris, Ral- 
eigh. 

State Medical Examiner — J. H 
Way, Waynesville. 

Annua] session to be held in Hick- 
ory, April L'O, 1911. 



PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION. 

President — Max T. Payne, Greens- 
boro. 

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

Second A' ice-President — J. P. Wood- 
all, Charlotte. 

Third Vice-President — E. T. White- 
Scotland Neck. 

Treasurer — G. E. Burwell, Charlotte. 

Secretary — P. W. Vaughan, Durham. 

Executive Committee — C. D. Sed- 
berry, Fayettevill'e ; II. E. Kendall, 
Shelby; D. L. Boone. Durham; How- 
ard Gardner, Greensboro; P. W. 
Vaughan, ex-officio. Durham. 

Local Secretary — F. W. Hancock, 
Oxford. 



X. 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. 



NORTH CAROLINA DENTAL 
SOCIETY. 

President — Dr. Arthur Hynes Flem- 
ing. Louisburg. 

First Vice-President— Dr. J. R. Ed- 
mondson, Wilson. 

Second Vice-President — Dr. R. E. 
Ware, Shelby. 

Secretary— Dr. J. W. Stanley, Wil- 
mington. 

Treasurer — R. M. Morrow, Burling- 
ton. 

Essayist — Dr. I. H. Davis. Oxford. 

Executive Committee — Dr. D. L. 
.Tames, Chairman, Greenville; Dr. C. 
F. Smithwick, Rockv Mount; Dr. J. 
A. White. Elizabeth City. 

Publishing- Committee — Dr. D. E. 
McConnell. Gastonia. 

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

Ethics Committee— Dr. P. E. Horton, 
fohrm.), Winston-Salem: Dr. C. W. 
Regan, Laurinburg; Dr. Wesley 
Smathers, Asheville. 

Supervisor of Clinics — Dr. R. D. 
Sherrill, Raleigh. 

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 — Charles W Tillett, Char- 
lotte. 

Vice-Presidents — First District, A. O. 
Gaylord, Plymouth: Second District, 
Walter E. Daniel, Weldon ; Third Dis- 
trict, Thomas D. Warren, New Bern; 
Fourth District, T. T. Hicks. Hender- 
son ; Fifth District, Frank Thompson, 
Jacksonville; Sixth District, Albert L. 
<'ox, Raleigh; Seventh District, R. C. 
Lawrence, Lumberton ; Eighth Dis- 
trict, Frank Armfleld, Monroe; Ninth 
District, E. S. Parker, Graham; Tenth 
District, Hayden Clement, Salisbury ; 
Eleventh District, S. P. Graves, Mount 
Airy; Twelfth District, O. F. Mason. 
Dallas ; Thirteenth District, Edmund 
Jones, Lenoir ; Fourteenth District, 
Fred D. Hamrick. Rutherfordton ; 
Fifteenth District. Haywood Parker, 
Asheville; Sixteenth District, John H. 
Dillard, Murphy. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Thomas W. 
Davis, Wilmington. 

Executive Committee — Harry Skin- 
ner, Greenville; W. A. Guthrie, Dur- 
ham ; W. D. Pruden, Edenton ; A. B. 
Andrews, Jr., Raleigh; Thomas S. Rol- 
lins, Asheville; A. M. Scales. Greens- 
boro; Charles W. Tillett. Charlotte; 
Thomas W. Davis, Wilmington. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA BANKERS* 
ASSOCIATION. 

President— W. C. Wilkinson, Char- 
lotte. 

Vice-Presidents — J. C. Braswell, 
Rocky Mount; Leake S. Covington, 
Rockingham ; Geo. A. Holderness, 
Tarboro. 

Secretary and Treasurer — William 
A. Hunt, Henderson. 

Executive Committee — J. D. Biggs.. 
Williamston ; J. C. Hales, Wilson ; T. 
A. Uzzell. New Bern ; W. D. Drake, 
Jr., Raleigh ; J. Elwood Cox, High 
Point; C. N. Evans, Williamston; A. 
L. James, Laurinburc: W. H. White, 
Salisbury: J. F. Orr, Charlotte; L. E. 
Bayless, Murphy. 



N. C. TEACHERS' ASSEMBLY. 

President — Charles L. Coon. Wilson. 

Vice-President — E. C. Brooks, Dur- 
ham. 

Secretary — R. D. W. Connor, Ral- 
eigh. 



N. C. SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIA- 
TION. 

President — R. M. Andrews, Hender- 
son. 

Office Secretary — Miss Maude Reid, 
Raleigh. 

Treasurer — E. B. Crow, Raleigh. 

General Secretary — J. Van Carter, 
Raleigh. 



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N. C. ASSOCIATION 1 OH THE PRE- 
VENTION OF TCBERCCLOSIS. 

President — Kichard II. Lewis, Ral- 
eigh. 

Secretary and Treasurer — C. A. Ju- 
lian, Thomasville. 



STATE LITERARY AND HISTORI- 
CAL ASSOCIATION. 

President — E. K. Graham, Chapel 
Hill. 

First Vice-President — Mrs. Frances 
Fisher Tiernan (Christian Iieid), Sal- 
isbury. 

Second Vice-President — Julius C. 
Martin, Asheville. 

Third Vice-President — Miss Edith 
It oyster. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Clarence Poe, 
Raleigh. 

Executive Committee — D. H. Hill. 
Chairman, Raleigh ; W. L. Poteat, 
Wake Forest; J. Bryan Grimes. Ral- 
eigh ; W. J. Peele, Raleigh ; Edwin 
Mims, Chapel Hill. 



THE N. C. POULTRY ASSOCIATION. 

President — J. W. L. Thompson, 
Burlington. 

Vice-Presidents — S. L. Trogden, 
Greensboro ; E. G. Wardin, Charlotte. 

Secretary — G. E. Smith, East Dur- 
ham. 

Treasurer — W. Luther Cates, Bur- 
lington. 



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, Raleigh. 



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, Graham, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Chaplain— Rev. C. C. Williams, 
Spring Hope. 

Steward— J. C. Bain, Wade. 

Door-Keeper — George T. Lane, 
Greensboro. 

Sergeant-at-Arms — H. H. Thompson, 
Hillsboro. 

State Business Agent — Geo. F. Par- 
rott, Hillsboro. 



Trustee B. A. Fund — W. A. Graham, 
Machpelah. 

Executive Committee — J. W. Den- 
mark, (ehrin.). Raleigh; Jno. Graham, 
Warrenton; T. J. Oldham, Mebane, 
R. F. D. No. 2; H. E. Thompson, Stan- 
tonsburg ; John A. Davis, Tarboro. 



Thomson, 
Linthicum, 



N. C. ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIA- 
TION. 

President — Frank K. 
Raleigh. 

Vice-President— Hill C. 
Durham. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Franklin 
Gordon, Charlotte. 

Board of Directors — Frank K. 
Thomson. Raleigh ; Hill C. Linthi- 
cum, Durham ; Frank A. Weston, 
Greensboro ; C. E. Harte, Raleigh ; 
Franklin Gordon, Charlotte. 

FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND 
EMBALMERS. 

President — W. T. Nicholson, States- 
ville. 

First Vice-President — H. G. Rowe, 
Weldon. 

Second Vice-President — J. W. Laney, 
Monroe. 

Third Vice-President— T. W. Sum- 
mersett, Salisbury. 

Secretary and 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 1911 at Charlotte. 



GRAND LODGE. I. O. O. F. 

Instituted at Wilmington, January 
6, 1S43, by Rev. Geo. 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 — Frank D. Hackett, 
North Wilkesboro. 

Deputy Grand Master— Walter H. 
Overton, Durham. 

Grand Warden — Charles Dewey, 
Goldsboro. 

Grand Secretary — B. H. Woodell, 
Raleigh. 

Grand Treasurer — R. J. Jones. Wil- 
mington. 

Grand Representative to Soveriegn 
Grand Lodge (1 year) — Perrin Bus- 
bee. Raleigh. 

Grand Representative to Sovereign 
Grand Lodge (2 years)— P. H. Wil- 
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Grand Chaplain— Rev. Zadok Paris, 
North Wilkesboro. 

Grand Marshal — J. W. Frazier, 
Winston-Salem. 

Grand Conductor — Thos. L. Green, 
Waynesville. 

Grand Guardian — M. Leslie Davis, 
Beaufort. 

Grand Herald — Edmund B. Norvell, 
Murphy. 



GRAND ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. F. 

Grand Patriarch — W. C. Allen, 
Waynesville. 

Grand High Priest — R. P. Clingman, 
Winston-Salem. 

Grand Senior Warden — David Gas- 
ter, Fayetteville. 

Grand Junior Warden — E. B. Strad- 
ley, Asheville. 

Grand Scribe — R. H. Ramsay, Char- 
lotte. 

Grand Treasurer — John E. Wood, 
Wilmington. 

Grand Representatives — G. W. Bry- 
ant (two years), Durham; W. L. 
Smith (one year), Wilmington. 

Grand Marshal — K. Kendall, Shelby. 

Grand Inside Sentinel— E. W. Chad- 
wick, Kinston. 

Grand Outside Sentinel— Dr. S. H. 
Lyle, Franklin. 



GRAND LODGE KNIGHTS OF 
PYTHIAS. 

Supreme Representatives — Thomas 
S. Franklin, No. 37, Charlotte; J. L. 
Scott, No. 92, Graham; T. H. Webb, 
No. 165, Duke. 

Grand Chancellor — A. E. McCaus- 
land, Charlotte. 

Grand Vice-Chancellor — C. C. Mc- 
Lean, Greensboro. 

Grand Prelate— Rev. W. B. Duttcra. 
Salisbury- 
Grand Keeper of Records and Seal — 
W. T. Hollowell, Goldsboro. 

Grand Master of Exchequer — Jno. C. 
Mills, Rutherfordton. 

Grand Master at Arms — C. H. Belne, 
Raleigh. 

Grand Inner Guard— H. T. Powell, 
Henderson. 

Grand Outer Guard— S. A. Robin- 
son, Gastonia. 



GRAND LODGE OF MASONS. 

Grand Master — Richard N. Ilackett, 
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. Hon II, 
Raleigh. 



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Grand Secretary — John C. Drewry, 
Raleigh. 

Assistant Grand Secretary — W. W. 
Willson, Raleigh. 

Grand Chaplain — Rev. Plato Dur- 
ham. Concord. 

Grand Lecturer — Charles F. Bahn- 
son, Parmington. 

Senior Grand Deacon — Prank P. 
Hobgood, Jr., Greensboro. 

.Junior Grand Deacon — Alex. B. An- 
drews, .ir.. Raleigh. 

Grand Marshal— Claude L. Pridgen, 
Kinston. 

Grand Sword Bearer — George P. 
Norfleet, Winston-Salem. 

Grand Pursuivant — Henry A. 
Grady, Clinton. 

Grand Stewards — James C. Bras- 
well. WMtakers; Charles N. Setzer, 
Charlotte. 

Grand Tiler— Robert H. Bradley, 
Raleigh. 

Grand Auditor — Richard Williams, 
Greenville. 

Grand Historian — Marshall De Lan- 
cer Haywood, Raleigh. 

Grand Custodian— J. E. Cameron. 
Kinston. 

Assistant Grand Lecturers — P. M. 
Move. Wilson; R. P. Edwards. Topia; 
.T. W. Rowell. Wingate: J. W. Pat- 
ton, Elon College: A. L. Parker, Ashe- 
ville: W. C. Wicker, Elon College. 

Committee on Foreign Correspond- 
ence^ — John A. Collins, chairman, En- 
field. 



N. C. STATE FEDERATION OF 
LABOR. 

President — O. R. Jarrett, Asheville. 

First Vice-President — J. S. Blythe, 
Hendersonville. 

Secretary-Treasurer — J. F. Barrett, 
Asheville. 

Executive Board — P. U. Haymond, 
Hendersonville; J. E. Sugg, Asheville; 
I. A. Pike, Winston-Salem; W. H. Sin- 
gleton. Raleigh; A. J. Williams, 
Greensboro. 

GRAND COUNCIL ROYAL AND 
SELECT MASTERS. 

Grand Master — John E. Cameron, 
Kinston. 

Deputy Grand Master— Lawrence A. 
Dodsworth, Charlotte. 

Grand Principal Conductor of the 
Work — J. T. Alderman, Henderson. 

Grand Treasurer— M. S. Willard, 
Wilmington. 

Grand Recorder — James C. Munds, 
Wilmington. 

Grand Captain of the Guard — A. S. 
Guerard, Asheville. 

Grand Conductor of the Council — 
Henry C. Butler, Raleigh. 

Grand Steward— C. L. Pridgen, Kin- 
ston. 

Grand Sentinel— R. H. Bradley, Ral- 
eigh. 



GRAND CHAPTER ROYAL ARCH 

MASONS. 

Grand High Priest— J. W. Shuford, 
Hickory. 

Deputy Grand High Priest — H. A. 
Alurrill, Charlotte. 

Grand King — .Tno. E. Cameron, Kin- 
ston. 

Grand Scribe — J. T. Alderman, Hen- 
derson. 

Grand Treasurer— M. S. Willard. 
Wilmington. 

Grand Secretary — J. C. Munds, Wil- 
mington. 

Grand Chaplain— Rev. J. L. Mur- 
phy, Hickory. 

Grand Lecturer — P. M. Moye. Wil- 
son. 

Grand Captain of the Host — L. A. 
1 (odsworth, Charlotte. 

Grand Principal Sojourner — A. S. 
Guerard. Asheville. 

Grand Royal Arch Captain— Geo. S. 
Norfleet, Winston. 

Grand Master of the Third Veil — 
H. E. Reid. Lincolnton. 

Grand Master of the Second Veil — 
O. W. Spencer. Salisbury. 

Grand Master of the First Veil — J. 
P. Rhom. New Bern. 

Grand Sentinel— R. H. Bradley, Ral- 
eisrh. 



GRAND COMMANDERY KNIGHTS 
TEMPLAR. 

Grand Commander — R. E. Sir John 

B. Griggs, Elizabeth City. 

Deputy Grand Commander — V. E. 
Sir Wm. C. Brown, Winston. 

Grand Generalissimo — E. Sir James 

C. Braswell, WMtakers. 

Grand Captain General — E. Sir 
Henry G. Smallbones, Wilmington. 

Grand Senior Warden — E. Sir O. W. 
Spencer, Salisbury. 

Grand Junior Warden — E. Sir 
C. M. Vanstory, Greensboro. 

Grand Treasurer — E. Sir E. B. Neave, 
Salisbury. 

Grand Recorder — E. Sir James C. 
Mundy. Wilmington. 

Grand Standard-Bearer — Jos. P. 
Rhem, New Bern. 

Grand Sword Bearer — E. Sir B. P. 
Hall, Asheville. 

Grand Warden — E. Sir J. E. Came- 
ron. Kinston. 

Grand Prelate— E. Sir and Rev. C. 
P. Smith, Elizabeth City. 

Grand Captain of the Guard — E Sir 
R. S. Barnes, Wilson. 



GREAT COUNCIL IMPROVED OR- 
DER OF RED MEN. 

Great Sachem — W. L. Stamev. High 
Point. 

Great Senior Sagamore — W. J. 
Leary, Sr., Eclenton. 



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Courses in Mathematics, Languages, English, History, Science, Philoso- 
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Great Junior Sagamore — J. R. An- 
derson, Charlotte. 

Great Prophet— Sam T. White, 
Greenville. 

Great Chief of Records— W. Ben 
Goodwin, Elizabeth City. 

Great Keeper of Wampum — E. P. H. 
Strunck, Wilmington. 

Great Sannap— T. C. Eggleston. 
Spray. 

Great Mishinewa — R. P. Thompson, 
Concord. 

Great Guard of Wigwam— C. M. 
Pierey, Henrietta. 

Great Guard of Forest— J. M. Black, 
Asheville. 

Great Representatives to Great 
Council of United States — W. Ben 
Goodwin, Elizabeth City; W. S. Lid- 
dell, Charlotte; Sam T. White. Green- 
ville; B. W. Taylor, Washington. 

Board of Appeals— R. C. Flanagan, 
Greenville; E. T. Stewart, Washing- 
ton ; Heenan Hughes, Graham. 

Committee on Judiciary — W. E. 
Henulon, His;h Point; Joseph E. 
Pogue. Raleigh; Dr. D. L. James, 
Greenville. 

JR. O. U. A. M. 

State Councilor— L. T. Hartsell, 
Concord. 

State Vice-Councilor— U. M. Gillikin, 
Goldsboro. 

State Secretary — Sam F. Vance, 
Winston-Salem. 

State Council Treasurer — George V. 
Fulp, Kernersville. 

State Conductor— O. W. Jones, Win- 
ston-Salem. 

Warden— B. D. Hamilton, Wilming- 
ton. 

Inside Sentinel— S. N. Bowman, 
Randleman. 

Outside Sentinel— N. T. Blue, Car- 
thage. 



State Chaplain — Rev. S. F. Nicks, 
Pelham. 



THE TRI-STATE MEDICAL ASSO- 
CIATION OF THE CAROLINAS 
AND VIRGINIA. 

(Founded in 1899.) 

President — Dr. Joseph A. AVhite, 
Richmond, Va. 

Vice-Presidents— Dr. Joseph Gra- 
ham, Durham; Dr. Samuel Lile, 
Lynchburg, Va. ; Dr. T. Prioloau 
Whaley, Charleston, S. C. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Dr. J. Howell 
Way, Waynesville. 

Thirteenth annual session to lie held 
in Raleigh, N. C, February 21-22, 1911. 



B. P. O. ELKS. 

Organized May 20, 1901. 

Eastern District Deputy— J. D. Mc- 
Neil, Fayetteville, No. 1081. 

Western District Deputy— G. A. Pat- 
ton, High Point, No. 1115. 

Member Grand Lodge Committee on 
Charters— F. W. Thomas, Asheville, 
No. 60S. 

Lodges— Charlotte, 392: Winston, 
449; Wilmington, 532; Greensn 
602; Durham. 568; Asheville, 608; 
Salisbury, 699; Raleigh, 735; New 
Bern 764; Goldsboro, 139; Washing- 
ton, 822; Wilson. S40 ; Elizabeth City, 
S56: Concord, 857; Rocky Mount, 
1038; Fayetteville, 1081; High Point, 
No. 111". 

President— Thomas C. Daniels, 

Bern. 

Vice-President — James S. Dunn, 
Winston-Salem. 

Director-General— A. IT. Boyden, 
Salisbury. 

Grand Marshal— John IT. Andrews. 

Raleigh. , 

Deputy Grand Marshal B. H. I 

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ORDER OF THE CINCINNATI. 

President — Wilson G. Lamb, Wil- 
liamston. 

Vice-President — John Collins Daves, 
Baltimore, M<i. 

Secretary — Marshall DeLancey Hay- 
wood. Raleigh. 

Assistant Secretary — John Bradley 
Lord, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Treasurer — Walter DeLyle Carstar- 
phen, Plymouth. 

Assistant Treasurer — Benehan Cam- 
eron. Raleigh. 

Chaplain — Rt. Rev. Joseph Blount 
Cheshire, Raleigh. 



NORTH CAROLINA SOCIETY OF 
THE SONS OF THE REVO- 
LUTION. 

President— Thomas S. Kenan, Ral- 
eigh. 

Vice-President — J. Bryan Grimes, 
Raleigh. 

Secretary — Marshall Delancey Hay- 
wood. Raleigh. 

Register — Daniel Harvey Hill, West 
Raleigh. 

Treasurer — William Watkins Rob- 
arils. Raleigh. 

Chaplain — Rev. Robert Brent Drane, 
Eden ton. 

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 (U. 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. MofBtt, 
Richmond, Va. 

Honorary State Regent and Founder 
— Mrs. Spier Whitaker, Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Officers for N. C. Society 1910-11. 

State Regent — Miss Mary Hilliard 
ITinton. 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, Raleicrh. 

Librarian — Mrs. Hubert Haywood, 
Raleish. 



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. W. D. Pruden, Edenton ; 
Mrs. James E. Shepherd, Raleigh. 

Chapters and Regents N. C. D. R. 

"Penelope Barker," Edenton — Mrs. 
Patrick Mathew. 

"Sir Walter Raleigh." Elizabeth 
City — Miss Katherine Albertson. 

"DeGraffenreid," New Bern — Mrs. 
Charles Hollister. 

Regent, 189G-1902— Mrs. Spier Whit- 

* Regent, 1902-1903— Mrs. D. H. Hill. 

Regent, 1903-1906— Mrs. T. K. Bru- 
ner. 

Regent, 1906-1909— Mrs. E. E. Mof- 
fitt. 

*Deceased December 12, 1904. 



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 
Landingham, Charlotte. 

Honorary State Regents — Mrs. E. D. 
Latta, Charlotte; Mrs. Geo. Phifer 
Erwin, Morganton. 

*State Vice Regent — Mrs. Wm. N. 
Reyoulds, Winston-Salem. 

Recording Secretary — Miss Margaret 
Rankin, Charlotte. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. Thos. 
Maslin, Winston-Salem. 

Treasurer — Mrs. Cora Vail, Fayette- 
ville. 

Historian — Mrs. James P. Moore, 
Salisbury. 

Chaplain — Mrs. D. P. Cannon, Salis- 
bury. 

Honorary Chaplain — Mrs. Josephine 
Branner, Waynesville. 

*At the State Convention of the 
North Carolina D. A. R., held in 
Statesville, November 2, 1910, Mrs. 
Wm. N. Reynolds, of Winston-Salem, 
was nominated for State Regent, and 
Mrs. A. L. Smith, of Charlotte, for 
Vice- State Regent, to succeed Mrs. 
Van Landingham and Mrs. Reynolds. 
whose term of office will expire in 
April, 1911, at which time the Na- 
tional Congress in Washington will 
confirm the nominations made in 
Statesville. 

Chapters and Regents. 

"Charlotte," at Charlotte. Regent- 
Miss L. E. Orr. Members, 26. 



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COLLEGIATE LAW 

GRADUATE MEDICINE 

ENGINEERING PHARMACY 



71 in Faculty. 820 Students. Library, 57,000 Volumes. 
Equipment and Endowment Valued at $1,023,000. 



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"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, 36 

"Elizabeth Maxwell Steele," Salis- 
bury. Regent — Mrs. James P. Moore. 
Members, 28. 

"Port Dobbs," Statesville. Regent 
— Mrs. W. A. Thomas. Members, 14. 

"Guilford Battle," Greensboro. Re- 
gent—Mrs. W. P. Beall. Members, 23. 

"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, 45. 

"Mary Slocumb." Mooresville. Re- 
gent — Mrs. Geo. Goodman. Members, 
13. 

"Mecklenburg" Chapter, Charlotte. 
Regent — Mrs. Latta C. Johnston. 
Members, 97. 

"Miles Harvey," Tarboro. Regent — 
Mrs. John Weddell. Members, 18. 

"Thomas Polk," Charlotte. Resrent 
—Mrs. W. W. Watt. Members, 37. 

"Whitmel Blount." Henderson. Re- 
gent — Mrs. W. O. Shannon. Members, 
30. 



"Major Reading Blount," Washing- 
ton. Regent — Miss Lida T. Rodman. 
Members, 16. 
N. C. Members of National Committees. 

Memorial Continental Hall — Mrs. Ed- 
win C. Gregory, Mrs. Lindsay Pat- 
terson, Mrs. Jno. Van Landingham. 

Revolutionary Relics — Mrs. George 
Phifer Erwin. 



N. C. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Officers — E. P. McRae, President, 
Maxton ; Joseph E. Pogue, Secretary, 
Raleigh; S. L. Rotter, Treasurer, Ral- 
eigh. ' 

Vice-Presidents (Permanent) — Kemp 
P. Battle, Chapel Hill; Bem-han 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 ; E. L. Daughtridge, 
Rock Mount; J. H. Currie, Fayette- 
ville. 

District Vice-Presidents — First Dis- 
trict, (vacant) ; Second District, W. It. 
Capehart, Avoca; Third District. 
W. L. Hill, Warsaw; Fourth 
District, D. Y. Cooper, Men 
derson ; Fifth District, L. Hanks T ! . » 1 1 . 
Graham; Sixth District. Edward 
Smith, Dunn ; Seventh District, T. B. 
Bailey, Mocksville; Ninth District, S. 
B. Alexander, Charlotte: Tenth Dis- 
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Vice-President i'or State-at-Large— 
W. A. Graham, Wake. 

(Vice-Presidents are ex officio mem- 
bers of the Executive Committee.) 

State Pair 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 — Dr. Chas. Lee 
Smith. Raleigh; L. M. Jones, Eliza- 
beth City; J. X. MeCausland, Char- 
lotte; Archibald Nichols, Asheville; 
F. 11. Brown, Salisbury. 



C. Beaman, Durham ; N. B. Broughton, 
Raleigh; J. O. Atkinson, Elon Col- 
lege; I. C. Blair, Raleigh; J. I. John- 
son, Raleigh; B. Craig, Monroe; G. T. 
Adams, Durham ; S. Mclntyre, Lum- 
berton;'YV. N. Jones, Raleigh; H. A. 
Jones, Raleigh; H. A. Page, Aberdeen. 



N. C. ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE. 

President State Convention — Heriot 
Clarkson, Charlotte. 

Vice-Presidents — W. C. Dowd, Char- 
lotte; R. B. White, Franklin ton ; 
George P. Pell, Winston-Salem: J. H. 
Tucker, Asheville; A. M. Scales, 
Greensboro ; J. A. Hartness, States- 
ville; J. A. Brown, Chadbourn : E. E. 
Hilliard, Scotland Neck; W. S. O'B. 
Robinson, Goldsboro ; W. C. Douglass, 
Raleigh; G. W. Watts, Durham; W. I. 
Everett. Rockingham ; C. W. Mitchell, 
Aulander. 

Auditors— Demsey Bullock, Wilson ; 
W. L. Banks, Wilson. 

Superintendent — R. L. Davis, Wil- 
son. 

Executive Committee — R. F. Beasley, 
Chairman. Monroe; Arch Johnson, 
Thoinasville ; Clarence H. Poe, Ral- 
eigh : J. W. Bailey, Raleigh ; Jeter C. 
Pritchard, Asheville; Thomas J. Jar- 
vis, Greenville; H. A. London, Pitts- 
boro ; J. E. Underwood, Littleton ; 
.Tosephus Daniels. Raleigh; J. A. 
Gates, Fayetteville ; Q. K. Nimocks, 
Fayetteville; W. B. Cooper. Wilming- 
ton ; W. H. Sprunt, Wilmington ; R. 



N. C. LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 

President — J. P. Breedlove, Durham. 

I irst Vice-President — Mrs. S. P. 
Cooper, Henderson. 

Second Vice-President — E. P. Whar- 
ton, Greensboro. 

Secretary — Miss Mary B. Palmer, 
Charlotte. 

Treasurer — Miss Bertha Rosenthal, 
Raleigh. 

N. C. LIBRARY COMMISSION. 

Chairman — L. R. Wilson, Chapel 
Hill. 

Vice-Chairman — Mrs. Sol Weil, Golds" 
boro. 

State Supt. Public Instruction — J. Y. 
Joyner, Raleigh. 

Treasurer — Charles Lee Smith, Ral- 
eigh. 

State Librarian — M. O. Sherrill, Ral- 
eigh. 

General Secretary — Miss Minnie W. 
Leatherman, Raleigh. 

Commission has headquarters in 
State Library. 
N. C. CHILD LABOR COMMITTEE. 

Acting- Chairman — Clarence H. Poe, 
Raleigh. 

Secretary — C. L. Coon, Wilson. 

C. B. Avcock. 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. 
J. Jarvis, Greenville: A. J. McKelway, 
Charlotte ; A. M. Scales. Greensboro ; 
Henry A. Page. Aberdeen ; Edwin 
Minis, Chapel Hill: W. L. Poteat; 
Wake Forest; Hubert A. Royster, 
Raleigh; R. T. Vann, D. D., Raleigh. 
J. I. Foust, Greensboro : Heriot Clark- 
j son.' Charlotte: Bishop Robert 
I Strange, Wilmington. 



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N. C. NATIONAL GUARD. 

Commander-in-Chief — Governor Wil- 
liam Walton Ivitchin. 

Brigadier General — R. L. Leinster, 
Adjutant-General and Chief of Staff, 
Raleigh. 

Personal Staff of the Commander- 
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. 

Albion Dunn, Aide-de-Camp and 
Colonel, Greenville. 

Claiborne M. Carr, Aide-de-Camp 
and Colonel, Durham. 
General Staff — Adjutant General's De- 
partment. 

R. L. Leiuster, Adjutant General 
.ind Brigadier General, Raleigh. 



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Normal and Collegiate Institute 



ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

UNDER CAKE OF NORTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. OFFERS 
TO YOUNG WOMEN THREE THOROUGH COURSES OF STUDY UNDER 
SIXTEEN TEACHERS AND OFFICERS WHO ARE EXPERTS. SITE 
UNRIVALED FOR HEALTHFULNESS AND BEAUTY. 

Board and Tuition, $W0 a Year. 

FOR CATALOGUE, ADDRESS 

EDWARD P. CHILDS, President. 



Alfred Williams, Assistant Adjutant 
General and Colonel, Raleigh. 

Gordon Smith, Assistant Adjutant 
General and Major, Raleigh. 

A. A. Hicks, Assistant Adjutant 
General and Major, Oxford. 

E. A. Daniel, Jr., Assistant Adju- 
tant General and Major, Washington. 

W. A. Foil. Assistant Adjutant Gen- 
eral and Major. 

S. Glenn Brown, Assistant Adjutant 
General and Major, Greensboro. 
QnarterMaster General's Department. 

Francis A. Macon, Quartermaster 
and General Brigadier General, Hen- 
derson. 

Wyandham B. Gary, Assistant 
Quartermaster Oeneral aud Lieutenant 
Colonel, Henderson. 

Mark W. Williams, Assistant Quar- 
termaster General and Major, Char- 
lotte. 

J. W. Dalton, Assistant Quarter- 
roaster General and Major, Winston- 
Salem. 

J. L. Cnrrin, Assistant Quartermas- 
ter General and Captain, Henderson. 

H. S. Leard, Assistant Quartermas- 
ter. General and Major. Raleigh. 

J. S. Poythress, Assistant Quarter- 
master General and Major, 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. 

Gwynn, Assistant Inspector 
and Major, Reidsville. 
Meadows, Assistant Inspector 
and- Major, Roxboro. 

William Badliam. Assistant Inspec- 
tor Oeneral and Major, Eder.ton. 



J. D. 

General 

.T. P. 

General 



J. C. Michie, Assistant Inspector 
General and Major, Durham. 

Commissary Department. 

Wyatt L. McGhee, Commissary Gen- 
eral and Colonel, Franklinton. 

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, Chief of Engi- 
neers and Colonel, Winston-Salem. 

R. S. Neal, Assistant Chief 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. 

Sol. W. Cooper. Paymaster General 
and Colonel, Fayettevillo. 

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, Tarbo 

E. G. Sherrill. Assistant Paymaster 
General and Major, Greensboro. 

M. L. Cannon. Assistant I'.ivim 
General and Major. Concord. 



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Ordnance Department. 

Thos. R. Robertson, Chief of Ord- 
nance and Colonel, Raleigh. 

•T. Wash. Bizzell, Ordnance Officer 
and Lieutenant Colonel, Wilmington. 

J. B. Thomas, Ordnance Officer and 

Major, Burgaw. 

A. K. Towers, Ordnance Officer and 
Major, Burgaw. 

J. C. Mills, Ordnance Officer and 
Major, Rutherfordton. 

J. M. Campbell, Ordnance Officer 
and Major, Asheville. 

J. Leigh Skinner, Ordnance Officer 
and Major, Raleigh. 

L. B. Bristol, Ordnance Officer and 
Major, Statesville. 

Thos. R. Orrell, Ordinance Officer 
and Major. 'Wilmington. 
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. 

E. B. Glenn, Surgeon and Major, 
Asheville. 

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

A. H. Harriss. Assistant Surgeon 
General and Major. Wilmington. 

J. V. McGougan, Surgeon and Major, 
Fayetteville. 

B. J. Witherspoon, Assistant Sur- 
and Captain, Charlotte. 

E. C. Boyette, Assistant Surgeon 
and Captain. Charlotte. 

M. B. Ahernathy, Assistant Surgeon 
and Captain. Reidsville. 

J. Lewis Hanes, Assistant Surgeon 
General and First Lieutenant, Win- 
ston-Salem. 

Claud L. Pridgen, Assistant Sur- 
geon and Captain, Kinston. 

F. J. Cleninger. Assistant Surgeon 
General and First Lieutenant, Ashe- 
ville. 

A. K. Taylor, Assistant Surgeon 
General and First Lieutenant, Wash- 
ington. 

First Brigade — Field and Staff. 

P.. S. Royster. Brigade Comman- 
der and Brigadier General, Oxford. 

S. Glenn Brown, Assistant Adjutant 
General and Major, Greensboro. 



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J. W. Dalton, Chief Quartermaster 
and Major, Winston-Salem. 

Roger Gant, Chief Commissary and 
Major, Durham. 

John C. Michie, Inspector and 
Major, Durham. 

J. B. Thomas, Ordnance Officer and 
Major, Louisburg. 

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

J. D. Proctor, Judge Advocate and 
Major, 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. Flaiygan, 
Statesville; D. D. Parks, Mount Airy; 
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 — Joe Hill, Concord ; Lieuten- 
ants, H. A. Millis, High Point; A. W. 
Freeman, Waynesville. 

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

Company A — Captain G. W. Payne, 
High Point. 

Company B — Captain A. L. Bul- 
winkle, Dallas. 

Company C — Captain J. G. Wooten, 
Winston- Salem. 
Company D — Mustered out. 
Company E — Captain J. E. Deitz, 
Statesville. 

Company F — Captain J. H. Koon, 
Asheville. 

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

Company H — Captain J. H. Howell, 
Waynesville. 

Company I — Captain W. A. Jack- 
son, Mount Airy. 

Company K— Captain C. I. 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, W T ilmington. 

Majors— C. B. Elliott, Edenton ; W. 
C. Rodman, Washington; T. S. Pace, 
Wilson. 

Captain and Adjutant— H. A. Mur- 
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The North Carolina State 

Normal and Industrial 

College 

Offers to the young women of the State four regular courses leading to the 
Degrees of Bachelor of Pedagogy, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science and 
Bachelor of Music. Beginning with the Fall Session of 1911, it will offer a 
course in Household Economics. The Twentieth Annual Session begins 
September, 1911. 

The Special Two Months' Course for Teachers 
and graduates of other colleges begins April 3, 191 1 

For Catalogue and other information, address 



President JULIUS I. FOUST 



Greensboro, N. C. 



Captain and Quartermaster — J. N. 
Pearce, Wilson. 

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

Captain and Commissary — P. L. 
Black, Charlotte. 

First Lieutenants and Battalion Ad- 
jutants — R. Graham White, Edenton ; 
W. L. Barlow, Tarboro. 

Second Lieutenauts — Battalion, Q. 
M.'s and Commissaries — J. T. Lumley, 
Goldsboro; S. P. Clark, Wilson; W. 
H. Herring, Clinton. 

Company A — Captain Paul Jones, 
Tarboro. 

Company B — Captain A. L. C. Hill, 
Kinston. 

Company C — Captain J. S. Lewis, 
Rocky Mount. 

Company D — Captain B. A. Simkins, 
Goldsboro. 

Company E — Captain E. C. Prince, 
Goldsboro. 

Company F — Captain E. R. Mc- 
Kethan, Fayetteville. 

Company G — R. B. Cowen, Washing- 
ton. 

Company H — Captain C. M. Fair- 
cloth, Clinton. 

Company I — Captain W. S. Privott, 
Edenton. 

Company K — Captain C. F. Batts, 
Wilson. 

Company L— Captain J. B. Malloy, 
Lumber Bridge. 



Company M — Captain Adam Lock- 
hart, 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 — Dan E. Scott, 
Graham. 

Captain and Quartermaster — Baxter 
Durham, Raleigh. 

Captain and Commissary — R. W. 
Morpbis, Reidsville. 

Captain and Chaplain — Rev. Alpbeus 
McCullen, Washington. 

First Lieutenants and Battalion Ad- 
jutants — S. E. Winston, Youngsville; 
W. R. Miller, Raleigb. 

Second Lieutenants, Battalion, Q. 
M.'s and Commissaries Robt T. 
Burton, Franklinton; S. L. Rotter, 
Raleigh; W. C. Harris, Greensboro. 

Company A— Captain W. H. Phil- 
lips, Lexington. 

Company B — Captain W. F. Moody, 
Raleigh. 

Company C — Captain W. H. Wester, 
Jr., Henderson. 

Company D — C. H. Banks, Louis- 
burg. 

Company E— Captain T. G. Stem, 
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Company l- 
klinton. 
Company G — Captain 
stone. Reldsville. 
Company H — Captain 



Captain I. II. Kearney, 



R. G. Glad- 



Frank Rose, 

I — Captain J. C. Freeman, 
K — Captain M. M. Drake, 



Warrenton. 

Company 
Burlington. 

Company 
Weldon. 

apany L — Captain W. O. B.urgin, 
Thomasville. 

Company M — Captain S. C. Cham- 
bers, Durham. 

COAST ARTILLERY CORPS. 
Field and Staff. 

Max L. Barker, Major and Com- 
mander, Salisbury. 

L. M. Dodarnead, Captain and Ad- 
jutant. High Point. 

AY. D. Marrow. Captain and Artil- 
lery Engineer, Greensboro. 

Walter R. Cox, Captain and Quar- 
termaster, Salisbury. 

(has. L. Shaver, First Lieutenant 
and Ordnance Officer, Salisbury. 
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. Cantwell, 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. 
Borne N. Porter. First Lieutenant. 
Marion F. Hatcher. Sec. Lieutenant. 

Fifth Company Charlotte. 
W. M. Robey, Captain. 
Chas. B. Boss. First Lieutenant. 
Jno. R. Neal, Second Lieutenant. 
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. 

C. W. Hollowpll. Paymaster. Lieu- 
tenant Commander. Elizabeth Citv. 

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. Bradhnm. Commanding' Com- 
mander, New Bern. 

H. M. Chase. Executive Officer and 
Lieutenant Commander. Wilmington. 

W. G. Dixon. Navigator and Lieu- 
tenant. Oriental. 



R. Barcliff, Engineer Officer and 
Lieutenant, Oriental. 

J. F. Patterson, Surgeon and Lieu- 
tenant, New Bern. 

J. S. Claypoole, Paymaster and 
Lieutenant, 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. 
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. 

Clarence Latham, Paymaster and 
Lieutenant, Plymouth. 

W. R. Hampton, Gunnery Officer, 
and Adjutant, Lieutenant J. G., Ply- 
mouth. 

Third Division. 

W. M. Sutton. Lieutenant, Windsor. 

F. M. Dunstau, Lieutenant J. G., 
Windsor. 

J. W. Johnson. Ensign, Windsor. 
Fourth Division. 

W. R. Hampton, Lieutenant. Ply- 
mouth. 

J. S. Norman, Lieutenant, J. G„ 
Plymouth. 

W. R. Hardison, 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. 

A. J. Midyett, Lieutenant, Oriental. 

W. J. Moore, Jr., Lieutenant, J. G., 
Oriental. 

W. B. O'Neil, Ensign. Oriental. 
Seventh Division. 

W. B. Hudson, First Lieutenant. 
Hertford. 

Nicholas Rutenberg, Lieutenant J. 
G.. Hertford. 

H. T. Shannonhouse, Ensign, Hert- 
j ford. 

Coast Artillery (Battery and Field 
Artillery, transferred'). 



DEMOCRATIC STATE PLATFORM. 



The East Carolina Teachers' 
Training School 

Established by the State for the sole purpose of training: young men 
and women for the profession of teaching. 

THE THIRD ANNUAL SESSION BEGINS SEPTEMBER 1911 

The school offers in addition to the regular course, 

(a) A one year's course to teachers holding a first or second-grade 
certificate. 

(b) Two short courses for teachers. 

These courses begin in March and June of each year. 
For further information, address, 

Robt. H. Wright, President 

GREENVILLE - - - NORTH CAROLINA 



DEMOCRATIC STATE PLATFORM— 19W 



Adopted at Charlotte, 

1. We, the representatives of the 
Democratic Party in North Carolina, 
in convention assembled, rejoice in the 
call occasioned by the coming election 
and the opportunity thus offered to 
lift up again in the midst of the peo- 
ple of North Carolina the banner of 
the Democratic Party as a sure stand- 
ard of their rights and the unfailing 
guide of their progress, and we re- 
affirm our allegiance to the cardinal 
principles of democratic government 
and congratulate the people of North 
Carolina upon the wise, progressive, 
and economical administration of the 
affairs of government since the return 
of the Democratic Party to power in 
this State. 

2. We commend to the people of 
North Carolina the consideration of 
the success with which the affairs have 
been administered by the Democratic 
officials, and the clean, efficient, and 
economical conduct of the State Gov- 
ernment from the day of the return 
to power of the Democratic Party, 
and we reaffirm the declarations of 
our party upon the questions of the 
extension and improvement and up- 
building of the internal affairs of the 
State and the institutions provided by 
the State for the care of our citizen- 
ship, both charitable and educational, 
and pledge ourselves to the continua- 



N. C, July 14, 1910. 

tion, upbuilding, and development 
thereof. 

3. We pledge ourselves to the con- 
tinued development of the internal af- 
fairs of the State; to the continuation 
of the policy of education which has 
been carried forward with such suc- 
cess under the Democratic administra- 
tion ; to the further development of 
local improvements; to the main- 
tenance of the institutions for the in- 
sane, deaf, dumb and blind, and to 
the extension of these institutions to 
meet the demands upon the State, and 
the needs of the unfortunate who re- 
quire the care and maintenance of 
the government. 

4. We pledge ourselves to the contin- 
ued aid and assistance of the Con- 
federate soldier, and demand that 
legislation shall make ample appro- 
priations for his com fori and care. 

5. We commend and approve thi 
ministration of Governor W. W. 
Kitchin, and the other State officials, 
and commend and approve our E 
tors and Representatives In Congress 
for their activity in behalf of the peo- 
ple of North Carolina. 

(J. Internal development and im- 
provement tend to the upbuilding of 
any citizenship, and we take pride Id 
the progress that has been made under 



34 



REPUBLICAN STATE PLATFORM- 1010. 



Democratic government in the building 
of roads and the extension of means of 
communication and transportation all 
over the State, and we particularly 
approve of the work in this behalf by 
the Good Roads Association of North 
1 'a rolina. 

7. We recognize the great growth 
and improvement of the State along 
material and intellectual lines under 
the policy of the Democratic Party in 
the support and maintenance of the 
common school system of North Caro- 
lina, and the pledge of the party here- 
tofore made of a four-months free 
school in every district of the State 
has been fully met. and we promise 
the continued support and improve- 
ment of the public school system of 
the State and the extension of the 
same to the institutions of the State 
for higher education, to the end that 
these institutions may be placed 
upon a permanent basis of extension 
and maintenance consistent with the 
growth of the school system of the 
State and the increased population 
and demands of her citizenship ; and 
we favor in the schools of the State a 
more liberal instruction in agricul- 
tural training and the encouragment 
and development of the agricultural 
interests in such schools. 

8. The supervision and control of 
public- service , corporations is a well 
recognized right of the State and Na- 
tional governments, and we pledge 
ourselves to the enforcement of this 
right in the interest of the people of 
the State consistent with fair and just 
treatment of the public-service cor- 
porations, and no public-service cor- 
poration shall grant any special privi- 
li ges to any person or corporation. 

0. Private monopolies in re- 
straint of trade are inconsistent with 
the growth and development of inter- 
nal affairs of the State and the lib- 
erties of the people and should not be 
allowed. We are opposed to illegal 



combinations in restraint of trade, 
(rusts and monopolies, and favor the 
enactment and enforcement by the 
State and National governments of 
such laws as will make their existeuce 
impossible. 

10. We condemn the unjust and un- 
reasonable discrimination in freight 
rites against the towns and cities of 
North Carolina and in favor of the 
towns and cities of other States. 

11. We pledge ourselves to the fos- 
tering and encouragement of all legiti- 
mate enterprises and developments 
that may be located within the bor- 
ders of this State, and in the admin- 
istration of the laws no legitimate en- 
terprise shall be injured. 

12. We condemn and denounce the 
tariff policy of the Republican Party 
as enacted in the Aldrich-Payne tariff 
bill, and we declare the same to be the 
most iniquitous tariff burden ever 
placed upon the United States, formu- 
lated in behalf of sectional interests 
and fostering the trusts and combina- 
tions of the country at the expense of 
the great mass of the people: and in 
spite of the promises of the Republi- 
can Party that prosperity would fol- 
low its adoption, we call attention to 
the present commercial condition of 
the country, its idle factories, indus- 
tries and unemployed operatives. 

13. We denounce the extravagant and 
unbusinesslike administration of the 
affairs of the National government by 
the Republican Party, whereby there 
has been a useless expenditure of over 
S.100.000.000 annually of the people's 
money. 

14. We call attention to the failure 
of the Republican Party to revise the 
tariff in accordance with the pledges 
of its platform and its promises. 

15. We demand the enactment of a 
tariff for revenue only to meet the ex- 
penses of a government economically 
administered. 



REPUBLICAN STATE PLATFORM— WW 



Adopted at Greensboro, 

We. Republicans of North Carolina, 
in convention assembled, do hereby 
adopt the following statement of our 
beliefs and purposes concerning both 
National and State affairs: 

Endorsement of Administration. 

We pledge our continued loyalty to 
William Howard Taft, President of the 
United States, and leader of our party. 
We heartily congratulate both him 
and the Republican majorities in the 
Sixty-first Congress on the extraordi- 
nary number of wise measures which. 



N. C, August 10. 1910. 

' in accordance with the promises of 
our National Convention, have already 
been enacted into law. Our history 
hardly affords another instance in 
which the party in power has so 
promptly made good so .many of its 
promises to the people. 

Reaffirm Principles of Protection. 

We renew our allegiance to the Re- 
publican policy of protection. The 
Southern States, and North Carolina 
in particular, have profited by that 



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REPUBLICAN STATE PLATFORM— 1010. 



policy in the past, and have every rea- 
son to expect increased benefits from 
it in the future. 

We heartily approve the plan of a 
tariff commission which, by investi- 
gating carefully the conditions and 
the cost of production of protected 
articles in this country and abroad, 
aims not merely to put that policy on 
a scientific basis, but to enable all 
men to judge for themselves of its 
fairness aud justice. Firmly believ- 
ing, as we do, that it is the best policy 
for this country, we hold that it is 
plainly to the South's, and to North 
Carolina's, interest to send to Wash- 
ington Representatives and Senators 
of the party that supports it. We 
held that the South is shamed by the 
glaring insincerity of Democratic Sen- 
ators and Representatives who, while 
posing as bitter opponents of this 
policy in their speeches and their par- 
ty platforms, nevertheless show by 
their votes that they believe in it ; who 
seek to secure its benefits for their 
constituents not by the manly avowal 
of their real convictions, but by secret 
intrigues and bargains. 
Regulation of Interstate Commerce. 

Out of the great number of wise and 
progressive acts which stand to the 
credit of this Administration and this 
Congress, we especially commend their 
treatment of the difficult subject of 
interstate commerce, and we heartily 
endorse the policy embodied in that 
legislation, to-wit: regulation of com- 
merce carriers by a commission of ex- 
perts, subject to appeals to a court so 
organized that it will become a court 
of experts. We call attention to the 
contrast between this firm and definite 
and sound policy and the titter failure 
of the opposition to agree upon any 
policy whatever in this field. 

We commend also the vigorous 
measures already taken to conserve 
our National resources for all the 
people. 

Prevention of Financial Panic. 

We also cite, as another example of 
the efficiency of the Republican party, 
the admirable work of the National 
Monetary Commission in preparing thp 
way for the much needed reform of 
our system of currency and banking, 
to the end that the irresponsible con- 
trol of credit by powerful and selfish 
private interests shall be stopped and 
that adequate provision shall be made 
to safeguard the business of the coun- 
try against financial panics. We com- 
mend the work of that commission to 
business men, and ask them to con- 
trast the Republican attitude on this 
issue with that of the Democratic- 
party, which while loudly crying out 
against existing evils, offers no plan 



of its own for reform, but contents 
itself with opposing, like the prover- 
bial dog in the manger, every specific 
suggestion that is made. 

On all the great National issues our 
party has proved its competence to 
manage the Government by adopting 
policies which all men can understand. 
Our opponents, by their failure to 
agree upon any clear program of ac- 
tion, have proved their unreadiness 
and unfitness for the trust. They are 
not even agreed on the tariff issue, on 
which they have chosen to make their 
campaign. Some are for moderate pro- 
teciton. some are free traders, some 
are high protectionists in disguise, 
some are for free raw materials, some 
are against free raw materials. To 
put the affairs of this great country 
in their hands would be to turn from 
the tried to the untried, from experi- 
ence to blind experiment, from order 
to chaos. 

Drainage of Swamp Lands. 

We favor the reclamation of swamp 
lands in the South by drainage as arid 
and semi-arid lands in the west have 
been reclaimed by irrigation. 
State Policies. 

Turning to the affairs of our own 
State, we have no need to juggle with 
words in order to conceal a lack of 
convictions, or to make use of fatuous 
platitudes, after the fashion of our 
opponents. On what may be called 
the permanent issues, we need hardly 
do more than repeat the plain lan- 
guage of our own platform of tyo 
years ago, on which we won so great 
an increase of support from the peo- 
ple. 

Liberal Educational, Charitable and 
Pension Policies. 

We repeat our declaration in favor 
of the most liberal policy concerning 
education that the State's resources 
will permit. Our children must all 
have the opportunity to obtain a good 
public school education. Our institu- 
tions of the higher learning must all 
be maintained, and we favor giving 
them such support that they may put 
within reach of our young men of tal- 
ent and industry the highest attain- 
able training, both general and tech- 
nical. A great State can make no bet- 
ter investment of its means than for 
the training of its youth of both sexes 
and of all classes. There is no risht 
place for ignorance in modern civili- 
zation. We favor the policy of the 
! State furnishing, free of charge and 
under proper regulations, to every 
child in the public schools all neces- 
sary text-books. 

We favor an equally liberal policy 
with our institutions of charity and 
with our Confederate veterans. 



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KKI'l r.LICAX STATE PLATFORM— 1910. 



Co-operation of Labor and Capital. 
We believe in the dignity of Labor 

and the cicv. -it inn of the wage-earners, 
and pledge our party to the enactmenl 
nl such laws as will best promote this 
end. We believe that labor and capi- 
tal are co-ordinate branches of our 
industrial life — each necessary to the 
other — that neither cau prosper with- 
out the other, and looking to this end 
we pledge our party to the enactment 
of such laws as will, so far as possi- 
ble, create the kindliest feeling be- 
tween labor and capital, remove all 
causes for conflict between the two, 
and promote the upbuilding of both 
classes in North Carolina. 
Good Roads. 

We believe in good roads, and favor 
the good roads policy, both as an eco- 
nomic necessity and as one of the 
chief means to make country life — the 
life of most of our people — more at- 
tractive. We hold that the best em- 
ployment for the State convicts is on 
the' public highways. 

Reformatories. 

We again call for the establishment 
of reformatories for youth criminals 
of both sexes, and juvenile courts for 
our cities. These are reforms clearly 
demanded by the best public senti- 
ment everywhere, and in which North 
Carolina must not lag behind. 

We denounce the extravagance of the 
Democratic party in the management 
of the finances of the State, whereby 
they have increased the bonded in- 
debtedness of the State and caused a 
constant depreciation in market value 
of our State bonds. 

Fair Election Law. 

We demand a fair election law, 
which shall permit every voter to cast 
his ballot voluntarily, prevent dicta- 
tion and bribery, and make for a free 
expression of the people's will. The 
failure of the party in power to pass 
such a law is inexcusable. Every ad- 
vocate of pure politics is in favor of it. 
None but partisan and unworthy mo- 
tives are arrayed against it, and we 
demand effective legislation that will 
insure minishment of all election offi- 
cers who act corruptly in the dis- 
charge of their duties. 
Just Regulation. Not Destruction of 
Corporations. 

In the matter of the State's policy 
with common carriers and other great 
corporations, we take issue squarely 
with the declaration of our opponents 
which, if it means anything, means 
that all great combinations of capital 
are to be destroyed outright. We 
hold, on the contrary, that much of 
the work of modern society will con- 
tinue to be done, and must be done. 
by great corporations. What is needed 
mi the State as in the Nation, is not 



wanton destruction or ignorant inter- 
meddling, but careful and expert and 
just regulation. We repeat, therefore, 
the pledge of our last platform — the 
pledge to set ourselves against two 
kinds of injustice, the injustice which 
permits great corporations and other 
combinations of wealth to prey upon 
the poor, and the injustice which sac- 
rifices, property and deranges busi- 
ness in order that cheap demagogues 
may get or keep office. 

Local Self-Government. 

We reaffirm our allegiance to the 
time-hon'ored principle of local self- 
government and we denounce the suc- 
cessive betrayals of that principle by 
our opponents, who long vaunted 
themselves its champions. 

Judiciary Above Politics. 

We demand that our judiciary, and 
particularly our higher courts, shall 
be kept above the atmosphere of par- 
tisan politics, and that the judicial 
ermine shall never be conferred as a 
reward for mere political service. The 
sole test of fitness for judicial honors 
and duties should be professional emi- 
nence and ability and exalted charac- 
ter. 
Invitation to All Patriotic Citizens. 

Believing, as we do, that in State 
and Nation alike the policies for 
which our party stands are right and 
wise, we invite all patriotic citizens, 
whatever their party affiliations in the 
past, to join with us in supporting 
them. We believe that in the South 
particularly it is of the first import- 
ance that our party shall continue to 
grow. It is universally conceded that 
the Southern States, by their blind al- 
legiance to one party, have for years 
deprived themselves of the power and 
influence in the nation, which our 
forefathers once possessed and vigor- 
ously exercised, and which we ought 
to have today. Whatever reasons may 
in the past have justified Southern 
people in that course, they do not ex- 
ist today in North Carolina ; and 
North Carolinians are breaking from 
the control of outworn issues and pre- 
judices. We welcome all such citizens 
to our ranks, and to the end that we 
may be worthy of their alliance and 
confidence we make this declaration 
of independence. 

A True Party and No Machine. 

I. The Republican party of North 
Carolina, a party made up of men who 
love the South and love North Caro- 
lina, a party which in the election of 
two years ago cast 114,000 votes for 
its platform, electing three represen- 
tatives in Congress and carrying five 
Congressional districts for its electoral 
vote" utterly and emphatically repu- 
diates that notion of its character and 
function which would make of it a 



REPUBLICAN STATE PLATFORM— 1010. 



39 



... Atlantic Christian College ... 

WILSON, N. C. 

Jesse C. Caldwell, President 

A Faculty of Eight Professors and Six Instructors Conferring 

Academic Degrees. 
MODERN PLANT, STEAM HEAT, ELECTRIC LIGHTS. 

Artesian Well and Filtered Water Supply, Good Health Record. Christian 

Environments, Beautiful Campus, Mild but Positive Discipline. 
DEPARTMENTS: Young Ladies' Boarding School, 

Collegiate, Biblical, Preparatory, under charge of Lady Principal 

,, . , _. _ , r . . _ . and Faculty Ladies. 

Musical (Piano and \oice), Busi- Young . Men ' s Home, under charge 

ness, Expression, Fine Arts. of President. 



mere machine for distributing federal 
offices and electing delegates to na- 
tional conventions. 

II. We proclaim ourselves a true, 
party and no machine. We need no 
dictator, and will submit to no dicta- 
tion. We ask of our national leaders 
and managers the same treatment they 
would accord to a Republican organi- 
zation of the same strength in any 
Northern State. 

III. We invite our fellow Republi- 
cans of other Southern States to join 
with us in this stand ; and to our fel- 
low citizens of North Carolina, to our 
fellow Southerners everywhere, we 



again declare our conviction that a 
Republican vote cast in the South to- 
day is not merely a vote for Repub- 
lican policies and candidates, but a 
vote for freedom. It is a vote for 
freedom from the slavery to prejudice, 
for freedom from the slavery to con- 
ditions and issues that are past. It 
is a vote for the right of all South- 
erners to follow their individual con- 
victions concerning public affairs. It 
is a vote for the right of the South to 
a full share in the control of both the 
great political parties and in the guid- 
ance of the destinies of the American 
republic. 



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— John M. 
Faison. 

Fourth District — Edward 
Smithfield. 

Fifth District— C. M. 
Greensboro. 

Sixth District — H. L. Godwin, Dunn. 

Seventh District — Robt. N. Page. 
Biscoe. 

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

Ninth District— E. Y. Webb, Shelby. 

Tenth District — J. M. Gudger, Ashe- 
ville. 



Kitchin, 

Faison, 

W. Pou, 

Stedman, 



President of United States Senate. 

North Carolina has furnished three 
President pro tempore of the United 
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. 

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. 

c.eo. E. Badger— Appointed March 5, 
1 541. 

\v. A. Graham— Appointed July 20, 
1sr,o. 

J. C. Dobbin— Appointed March 5, 
1853. 



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COMPARATIVE VOTE FOR GOVERNOR. 



COMPARATIVE VOTE FOR GOVERNOR. 



Auditor. Governor. 



(Ot XTIES. 



Alamance .. 

Alexander . 

Alleghany . . 

Anson 

Ashe 

Beaufort ... 

Bertie , 

Bladen 

Brunswick 

Buncombe . . 

Burke 

Cabarrus ... 

Caldwell ..., 

Camden ..... 

Carteret .... 

Caswell 

Catawba 

Chatham 

Cherokee . . . 

Chowan 

Clay 

Cleveland . . . 
^"olumbus . . 
["Craven 

Cumberland. 

Currituck . . . 

Dare 

Davidson .. 

Davie .'. 

Duplin 

Durham 

Edgecombe. . 

Forsyth 

Franklin 

Gaston 

Gates 

Graham 

Granville ... 

Greene 

Guilford . . . 

Halifax 

Harnett 

Haywood . . . 

Henderson . 

Hertford . . . 



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2,155 
820 

720 

1,521 

1.707 

1.795 

1,035 

1,082 

766 

3,801 

1.441 

1,840 

1,558 

345 

071 

826 

2.108 

1.721 

858 

617 

358 

2,581 

1,868 

1,373 

1,779 

437 

420 

2,435 

836 

1,795 

2,144 

1.471 

2.041 

1 .070 

2.353 

667 

430 

1,536 

950 

3.054 

2,252 

L435 

2,025 

947 

755 



1910. 

1,824 

1,029 

564 

1SS 

1.6S6 

933 

96 

440 

679 

2,959 

1,187 

1,786 

1,59S 

71 

808 

2S2 

1,945 

1,387 

1,084 

98 

347 

1,170 

747 

240 

834 

16 

177 

2,430 

1,108 

1,042 

1,387 

131 

2,936 

425 

1,502 

221 

468 

502 

346 

2.373 

113 

022 

1,231 

1,493 

144 



190! 

2,200 

793 

643 
1,538 
1,700 
1,914 
1,328 
1,213 

671 
3,629 
1,353 
1,616 
1,476 

405 
1.173 

878 
1.961 
1,594 

823 

658 

348 
2,304 
2,056 
1.520 
2,019 

734 

443 
2,231 

S02 
1,642 
1,962 
1,839 
2,653 
2,093 
2.56S 

700 

422 
1.746 

915 
3,948 
2,285 
1,550 
1.083 

908 

S80 



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o 

_ x 

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I" 

a 



2,130 

1,076 

541 

263 

1,701 

1,209 

274 

599 

744 

3.434 

1,315 

1,817 

1.6S5 

141 

998 

323 

2,012 

1,42S 

1,273 

176 

318 

1,452 

1,192 

340 

1,250 

49 

354 

2,481 

1,163 

1,139 

1,693 

392 

2,7S2 

432 

1,820 

278 

461 

592 

504 

2,765 

276 

1,012 

1,253 

1,497 

291 



[ Hyde 

Iredell 

Jackson 

j Johnston . . . 

Jones 

Lee 

Lenoir 

Lincoln 

Macon 

Madison .... 

Martin 

McDowell . . . 

Mecklenburg. 

Mitchell 

Montgomery. 

Moore 

Nash 

New Hanover 

Nortmapton. 

Onslow 

Orange 

Pamlico .... 

Pasquotank.. 

Pender 

Perquimans.. 

Person 

Pitt 

Polk 

Randolph 

Richmond . . 

Robeson .... 

Rockingham. 

Rowan 

Rutherford . 

Sampson . . . 

Scotland . . . 

Stanly 

Stokes 

Surry 

Swain 

Transylvania 

Tyrrell 

Union 

Vance 

Wake 

Warren 

Washington. 

Watauga .... 

Wayne 

Wilkes 

Wilson 

Yadkin 

Yancey 



567 

2,743 

1,181 

2,946 

575 

806 

1,472 

1,347 

1,02S 

S60 

1,124 

1,017 

3.627 

577 

1.131 

1.141 

2,000 

1.146 

1.216 

915 

1,075 

679 

677 

941 

643 

877 

2.273 

60S 

2.714 

955 

2.001 

2.238 

2,428 

2.2S6 

1.282 

579 

1,703 

1,124 

2.007 

755 

628 

404 

1,490 

1,163 

4.030 

820 

541 

1,021 

2,397 

1.000 

1,509 

713 

1,112 



211 

1.744 

1,094 

2.321 

205 

620 

540 

1.112 

934 

1,598 

228 

999 

613 

1,351 

1,032 

880 

723 

106 

78 

395 

847 

4S3 

144 

2S0 

204 

800 

619 

593 

2.606 

374 

626 

1.608 

1.475 

1,823 

2,371 

44 

1.620 

1.540 

2,500 

934 

623 

360 

454 

356 

1,864 

80 

377 

1.2S7 

1,297 

3.116 

515 

1,435 

930 



701 
2,533 
1,028 
2.810 

631 

912 
1,490 
1,286 

940 

878 
1.3S5 

973 
4,233 

575 
1.047 
1,219 
1,848 
2,110 
1.691 

988 
1.077 

671 
1,048 
1,019 

598 

890 
2.500 

536 
2,546 
1,106 
3,005 
2.039 
2.710 
2,011 
1,400 

752 
1.537 
1,123 
1,820 

614 

600 

357 
2.086 
1,187 
4,149 
1.171 

534 

998 
2.274 
1,509 
1.905 

718 
1,002 



177 

1,746 

1,073 

2,596 

272 

501 

898 

1,180 

1,017 

2,001 

360 

9S4 

1,385 

1,797 

1,047 

976 

1.222 

'283 

121 

559 

1,014 

478 

265 

294 

427 

847 

811 

594 

2,647 

366 

1,115 

1 ,883 

1,723 

1,739 

2,423 

47 

1,630 

1,671 

2,781 

902 

579 

345 

701 

578 

2,583 

191 

526 

1,279 

1,450 

3,331 

831 

1,649 

912 



Total 



.140,531 94,017 145,102 107,760 



Democratic majority : 46,514 — 37,342. 



VOTE FOR STATE OFFICERS— 1910. 



41 



Horner Military School 

1851-1911 



i. C. HORNER, Principal, OXFORD, N. C. 



Classical, Scientidc, and English Courses. Prepares for college, university 
or the government academies. Military training develops prompt obedi- 
ence and manly carriage. Academy 60 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. 
Ideal climate, helpful environment. In the social atmosphere of refined 
Christian people. The town noted for over a century as an educational 
center. Charges, $300 per year. 



VOTE FOR STATE OFFICERS— 1910 



Corporation Commissioner, Four Years. 

Henry C. Brown (D.) 140,545 

George M. Hoover (R.) .. .. 93,730 
R. H. Lane (S.) 369 

Brown's majority 46,440 

Corporation Commissioner, Six Years. 

William T. Lee (D.) 140,328 

.Tames H. White (R.) 93,562 

William P. Taylor (S.) .... 37S 

Lee's majority 46,388 

Chief Justice Supreme Court. 

Walter Clark (D.) 140,328 

Thurston T. Hicks (R.) .. .. 93,779 

Clark's majority- 46,548 

F. L. Fuller, 1. 

Associate Justice Supreme Court. 

Piatt D. Walker (D.) 140.527 

E. W. Timberlake (R.) 93,779 

Walker's majority 46,747 

E. P. Deal, 1. 
Associate Justice Supreme Court. 

William R. Allen (D.) 140,504 

Albert L. Coble (R.) 93,737 

Allen's majority 46,766 



James S. Manning, 1. 

Judge Second District. 

Robert B. Peebles (D.) .. .. 140,266 
Edward T. Snipes (R.I .. .. 79,829 

Peebles' majority 60,435 

S. L. Holton, 1; Henry A. Boyd, l. 
Judge Third District. 
Harry W. Whedbee (D.) ... 140.;,::; 
No opposition. 

Judge Fourth District. 
Charles M. Cooke (D.) .. .. L39.785 
James R. Gaskill (R.) 93,722 



Cooke's majority 46,058 

Benj. Lovenstein, 4; James Pen 
der, 1. 

Judge Sixth District. 

Frank A. Daniels (D.) L40.383 

W. S. O'B. Robinson (R.) ... 92,685 



Daniels' majority 47,698 

Judge Eighth District. 

William .1. Adams (D.) .. .. 140,888 

Robert L. Burns (R.) 9::.7:;2 



Adams' majority 



47,156 



12 



VOTE FOR STATE OFFICERS— 1910. 



Judge Tenth District. 

Benjamin F. Long (D.) 140,185 

Zenobian I. Walser (R.) .... 93,804 

Long's majority 46,381 

Judge Eleventh District. 

Henry P. Lane (D.) 140,397 

H. O. Petree (R.) 93,710 



Lane's majority 46.687 

Judge Thirteenth District. 

Edward P. Cline (D.) 140,436 

A. A. Whitener (R.) 93,444 

('lines majority 46.992 

Judge Fourteenth District. 
Michael H. Justice (D.) .. .. 140.433 
O. V. F. Blythe (R.) 93.5S2 



Justice's majority 46, Sol 

Judge Fifteenth District. 

Joseph S. Adams (D.) 140,420 

Fred. W. Thomas (R.) .. .. 93,634 



Adams' majority 46.786 

Judge Sixteenth District. 

Garland S. Ferguson (D.) ... 140,400 
George H. Smathers (R.) .... 93,551 



The Vote For Solicitors. 

There were sixteen solicitors elected 
on Noevmber eighth and in each dis- 
trict, except one, a Democrat was 
elected, the exception being in the 
Thirteenth District, composed of the 
counties of Wilkes, Catawba, Alexan- 
der, Caldwell. Watauga and Mitchell, 
where Frank A. Linney, of Boone, was 
elected by a vote of 10,44S to 7,711 for 
J. W. Ragland. 

The vote for solicitor in the various 
districts was as follows : 

Solicitor — First District. 

J. C. B. Ehring-haus (D.) 7,444 

Wm. J. Halstead (R.) 3,024 

W. H. Prescott 9 

Ehring-haus' majority 4,411 

Solicitor — Second District. 

John H. Kerr (D.) 6,141 

(Xo opposition.) 

Solicitor — Third District. 

Charles L. Abernathy (D.) 6,870 

(Scattering votes as follows : J. F. 
Duncan, 4: M. L. Davis, 2; C. R. 
Wheatley, 2; R. B. Nixon, 1. 



'Solicitor — Fourth District. 

Richard G. Allsbrook (D.) .... 9,473 

iNo opposition.) 

Solicitor — Fifth District. 

Henry E. Shaw (D.) 17.134 

(Scattering vote of one each for H. 
A. Grady, C. M. Faircloth, F. R. Coop- 
er, Lewis Goodman and A. J. Loftin. 

Solicitor — Sixth District. 

Herbert E. Norris (D.) 11,119 

(Scattering vote: C. D. Wildes. 12; 
S. S. Holt, 2; S. E. Hester, E. W. 
Sikes, J. C. L. Harris, one each.) 

Solicitor — Seventh District. 

N. A. Sinclair (D.) S,094 

W. S. Britt 1 

'Solicitor — Eighth District. 

A. M. Stack (D.) 8,561 

John C. Dockery 29 

Solicitor — Ninth District. 

Samuel M. Gattis (D.) 11,556 

C. Clifford Frasier (R.) 7,751 

Gattis' majority 3,805 

Solicitor — Tenth District. 

W. C. Hammer (D.) 14.760 

Charles L. Holton (R.) 13.273 



Hammer's majority 1.4S7 

Solicitor — Eleventh District. 

S. P. Graves (D.) 11,998 

S. E. Hall (R.) 10,720 



Graves' majority 1,278 

Solicitor — Twelfth District. 

G. W. Wilson (D.) 11,953 

(Scattering, 14.) 

Solicitor — Thirteenth District. 

F. A. Linnev (R.) 10.448 

J. W. Ragland (D.) 7,711 



Linney's majority 2,737 

Solicitor — Fourteenth District. 

A. H. Johnston (D.) 7,670 

W. C. McRorie (R.) 6,875 



Johnston's majority 795 

Solicitor — Fifteenth District. 

R. R. Reynolds (D.) 5.636 

C. B. Marshburn ^R.) 4,847 

(Scattering, 56.) 



Reynolds' majority 703 

'Solicitor — Sixteenth District. 

F. E. Alley (D.) 6,246 

F. B. Benbow (R.) 5,744 



Alloy's majority 502 



CONGRESSIONAL VOTE— 1910. 



A-\ 



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CONGRESSIONAL VOTE— 1910. 



For Congress — First Congressional For Congress — Third Congressional 



District. 

John H. 
Counties. Small (D.) 

Beaufort 1,833 

Camden 344 

Chowan 645 

Currituck 447 

Dare 420 

Gates 601 

Hertford 764 

Hyde 611 

Martin 1,125 

Pasquotank 724 

Perquimans 682 

Pitt 2,290 

Tyrrell 435 

Washington 563 



Henry T. 

King (R.) 

898 

67 

91 

15 

165 

223 

145 

191 

220 

134 

278 

592 

343 

359 



Total 11,544 3,721 

H. Edgar Hodges, 67; Wilson G. 
Lamb, 1. 

For Congress — Second Congressional 

District. 

Claude. R. H. 

Counties. Kitchin. Norfleet. 

Bertie 1,050 98 

Edrecombe 1,484 120 

Greene 950 •'!»•". 

Halifax 2,248 107 

Lenoir 1,492 542 

Northampton 1,193 62 

Warren 816 74 

Wilson 1,516 519 



Total 

Stallings, 12. 



10,749 



1,867 



District. 



Counties. Faison. 

Carteret 937 

Craven 1,269 

Duplin 1,750 

Jones 535 

Onslow 882 

Pamlico 673 

Pender 890 

Sampson 1.1S0 

Wayne 2,312 



John M. George E. 



Total 10,428 

Scattering, uame not given 

turns, 11. 

For Congress — Fourth 

District. 

Edward W 
Counties. I'' hi. 

Chatham 1,720 

Franklin 1.936 

Johnston 2.958 

Nash 1,920 

Vance 1,158 

Wake 4,036 



Butler. 
82 g 

342 

1,064 

■s;-> 

475 

4S0 

326 

2.406 

1,349 

7,505 
in re- 



Congrcssional 



R. A. P. 

Cooley. 

1,352 
433 

2,249 
si 1 ,:: 
342 

1 ,871 



Total 13,728 7,110 

R. L. Fesperman, 10; W. W. Cole, I. 
For Congress — Fifth Congressional 

District. 

Charles M. David B. 
Counties. Stedman. Blair. 

Alamance 2,154 1,842 

Caswell MO ::I7 

Durham 2,132 1,440 

Forsyth 2,7S2 3,104 



44 



CONGRESSION AT, VOTE— 1910. 



Granville 1,542 

Guilford 3,589 

Orange 1,074 

Person 890 

Rockingham 2,282 

Stokes 1,150 

Surry 1,9S2 



542 

2,402 
868 
824 
1,640 
1,563 
2,518 



Total 20,392 17,060 

J. R. Morton, 22; R. J. Morton, 144; 
R. M. Morton, 19; F. S. Blair, 1 ; B. S. 
Royster, 1. 

For Congress — Sixth Congressional 
District. 

Hannibal L. Iredell 
Counties. Goodwin. Meares. 

Bladen 1,011 468 

Brunswick 946 511 

Columbus 1,848 743 

Cumberamd 1,826 811 

Harnett 1,441 928 

New Hanover .. .. 1,0S9 166 

Robeson 2,645 630 



Total 10,806 4,257 

For Congress — Seventh Congressional 
District. 



Robert N. 
Counties. Page. 

Anson 1.520 

Davidson 2,413 

Davie 852 

Lee 794 

Montgomery 1,131 

Moore 1,152 

Randolph 2.723 

Richmond 9S0 

Scotland 574 

Union 1,506 

Yadkin 722 



John J. 
Parker. 

196 

2,406 

1,098 

434 

1,030 

S82 

2,596 

392 

62 

4S6 

1,424 



Total 14,367 11.006 

H. Morrison, 1; Henry Morris, 34;' 
John Lowe, 1. 



For 



Congress — Eighth 
District. 



Congressional 



Counties. 

Alexander . . . 

Alleghany 763 

Ashe 1,741 

Cabarrus 1,855 

Caldwell 1,580 

Iredell 2,763 

Rowan 2,432 

Stanly 1,710 

Watauga 1,064 

Wilkes 1,797 



Robert L. Charles H. 
Doughton. Cowles. 
855 



1.035 
530 
1.664 
1,793 
1,579 
1.759 
1.543 
1,624 
1,293 
2.9S1 



Total 16,560 15.S01 

John L. Gwaltney, 1 ; E. P. Deal, 51. 

For Congress — Ninth Congressional 
District. 

Edwin Y. S.S. 
Counties. Webb. McNinch. 

Burke 1.461 1,191 

Catawba 2,138 1.932 



Cleveland 2,662 

Gaston 2,489 

Lincoln 1,343 

Madison 978 

Mecklenburg 3,521 

Mitchell 863 

Yancey 1,119 



1,184 
1,503 
1,123 
1,459 

903 
1,110 

927 



Total 16,574 11,332 

H. E. Crawford, 36. 

For Congress — Tenth Congressional 
District. 

James M. John G. 
Counties. Gudger, Jr. Grant. 



Buncombe 3,694 

Cherokee S92 

Clay 7<i 

Graham 442 

Haywood 2,022 

Henderson 937 

Jackson 1,178 

McDowell 1,022 

Macon 1,039 

Polk 615 

Rutherford 2,280 

Swain 775 

Transylvania 629 



Total 

Z. C. Fisher, 30. 



15.459 



3,013 

1,177 

336 

464 

1,247 

1,526 

1,097 

1,000 

937 

600 

1,838 

908 

628 

14,307 



Legal Holidays in North 
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 8 — Election Day (Tuesday 
after first Monday). 

December 25 — Christmas Day. 



(Easter Sunday this year), 1911, 
falls on April 16th. 



Greatest Altitude. 



The greatest altitude in North Caro- 
lina is^Mount Mitchell, at a height of 
6,711 feet above sea level. 



POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS. 



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POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS. 



DEMOCRATIC STATE EXECUTIVE 
COMMITTEE. 

A. H. Eller, Chairman, Winston- 
Salem. 

Walter E. Brock, Secretary, Wades - 
boro. 

National Committeeman, 

Josephus Daniels. Raleigh. 

Advisory Committee — T. J. Jarvis, 
Greenville; Claude Kitchin, Scotland 
Neck ; F. M. Simmons, New Bern ; 
Josephus Daniels, Raleigh ; J. S. Carr. 
Durham; Jno. D. Bellamy, Wilming- 
ton ; W. I. Everett, Rockingham ; 
Theo. F. Kluttz, Salisbury; C. W. 
Tillett, Charlotte; Locke Craig, Ashe- 
ville. 

Executive Committee. 

First District— W. G. Lamb, Wil- 
liamston : F. G. James, Greenville; E. 

A. Daniel, Washington ; E. F. Aydlett, 
Elizabeth City; L. L. Smith, Gates- 
ville; C. E. Thompson, Elizabeth City. 

Second District — P. J. Macon, War- 
ren ton ; W. A. Finch, Wilson; F. D. 
Winston, Windsor; N. J. Rouse, Kin- 
ston ; W. O. Howard, Tarboro ; E. L. 
Travis, Halifax. 

Third District— W. D. Hargett, 
Trenton; T. D. Warren, New Bern; A. 

B. Croom, Burgaw ; H. A. Grady, Clin- 
ton ; M. M. Capps, Jacksonville; 
Nathan O'Berry, Goldsboro. 

Fourth District — H. A. London, 
Pittsboro: Ed. S. Abell, Smithfleld ; 
J. R. Collie, Louisburg; J. P. Bunn, 
Nashville ; J. R. Young, Raleigh ; K. 

B. Johnston, Raleigh. 

Fifth District— C. O. McMichael, 
Wentworth; H. A. Foushee, Durh 

C. H. Haynes, Mount Airy ; W. A. 
Devin, Oxford; W. I. Underwood, 
Greensboro : S. M. Gattis, Hillsboro. 

Sixth District— W. H. Bernard, Wil- 
mington; E. J. Hale, Fayetteville; J. 
J. Furlong, Wilmington ; Homer L. 
Lyon, Whiteville; A. W. McLean, 



Lumbertou ; E. F. McCullough, Eliza- 
bethtown. 

Seventh District — J. R. Blair. Troy ; 
B. W. Parham, Thomasville; W. L. 
Parsons, Rockingham ; R. A. Morrow, 
Monroe; W. E. Brock, Wadesboro ; D. 
A. McDonald, Carthage. 

Eighth District— J. R. Price, Albe- 
marle; J. P. Cook, Concord; Walter 
Murphy, Salisbury; R. N. Hackett, 
Wilkesboro; E. S. Coffey, Boone; A. 
D. Watts, Statesville. 

Ninth District— R. R. Ray, McAden- 
ville; J, A. Bell, Charlotte; Edgar 
Love, Lincolnton ; J. P. Yount, New- 
ton ; I. T. Avery, Morganton ; Guy 
Roberts, Marshall. 

Tenth District— C. A. Webb, Ashe- 
ville; M. L. Shipman, Hendersonville ; 
J. C. Mills. Rutherfordton ; .1. H. Dil- 
lard. Murphy ; S. L. Rogers, Franklin ; 
W. T. Lee, Waynesville. 
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, w. 

Ashe— W. H. Worth, Jefferson. 

Beaufort — W. C. Rodman, Washing- 
ton. 

Bertie — E. S. Askew. Windsor. 

Bladen— E. F. McCullbch, White 
Oak. 

Brunswick — Peter Rouark. Shallotte. 

Buncombe — J. Ed. Swain. Asheville. 

Burke— R. L. Huffman, Morganton. 

Cabarrus— John L. Miller. Concord. 

Caldwell — Mark Squires. Lenoir. 

Camden— J. E. Cooke. Camden. 

Carteret— W. S. Chadwiek. Beaufort. 

Caswell— R. L. Mitchell, ran 
ville. 



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POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS. 



Catawba— J. D. Elliott, Hickory. 

Chatham— P. W. Bynum, Pittsboro. 

Cherokee — Ben. Posey, Murphy. 

Chowan — J. H. McMullen, Jr., Eden- 
ton. 

Clay — G. W. Kingsley, Hayesville, 
R. I\ D. No. 3. 

Cleveland— B. F. Falls, Sheby.. 

Craven — Stephen Lane. New Bern. 

Columbus — J. A. Brown, Chadbourn. 

Cumberland— R. H. Dye, Fayette- 
rille. 

Currituck — E. B. Johnson, Currituck. 

Dare — R. B. Etheridire. Manteo. 

Davidson — C. M. Thompson, Lexing- 
ton. 

Davie — G. E. Horn, Mocksville. 

Duplin — H. D. Williams, Kenans- 
ville. 

Durham — H. A. Foushee. Durham. 

Edgecombe — W. O. Howard. Tar- 
boro. 

Forsyth — R. I. Dalton. Winston. 

Franklin — J. R. Collie. Louisburg. 

Gaston — Thos. L. Craig. Gastonia. 

Gates— W. T. Cross, Gatesville. 

Graham— G. B. Walker, Robbins- 
ville. 

Granville — D. G. Brummitt, Oxford. 

Greene — Jas. T. Exum, Snow Hill. 

Guilford — E. C. Sherrill, Greensboro. 1 

Halifax— Dr. J. E. Green. Weldon. 

Harnett — Charles Ross, Lillington. 

Haywood — D. R. Noland, Crabtree. 

Henderson — McD. Ray, Henderson- 
villc. 

Hertford — Stanley Winborne. Mur- 
freesboro. 

Hyde — R. D. Harris, Swan Quarter. 

Iredell — J, A. Hartness, Statesville. 

Jackson — F. E. Alley, Webster. 

Johnston — Z. L. Lemay, Smithfield. 

Jones — J. E. Warren, Trenton. 

Lee — D. E. Melver, Sanford. 

Lenoir — Dr. Henry Tull, Kiuston. 

Lincoln — C. E. Childs. Lincolnton. 

Macon — Dr. W. A. Rogers. Franklin. 

Madison — T. N. James. Marshall. 

Martin — H. E. Stubbs. Wilmington. 

McDowell — J. W. Winborne, Marion. 

Mecklenburg — A. B. Justice. Char- 
lotte. 

Mitchell — W. L. Lambert, Bakers- 
ville. 

Montgomery — W. D. Allen. Troy. 

Moore— G. W. McNeill, Carthage. 

Nash — Leon T. Vaughn. Nashville. 

New Hanover — Marsden Bellamy, 
Wilmington. 

Northampton — W. H. Joyner, Garys- 
burg. 

Onslow — E. M. Koonce. Jacksonville. 

Orange — C. D. Jones. Hillsboro. 

Pamlico — S. W. Ferebee, Stonewall. 

Pasquotank — C. E. Thompson. Eliza- 
beth City. 

Pender — E. L. Larkins. Burgaw. 

Perquimans — T. S. White. Hertford. 

Person — J. W. Noell, Roxboro. 



Pitt— F. C. Harding. Greenville. 

Polk — J. E. Shipman, Columbus. 

Randolph — W. J. Miller, Ashehoro. 

Richmond — W. S. Thomas, Rock- 
ingham. 

Robeson — Geo. B. McLeod. Lumber- 
ton. 

Rockingham — Wm. M. Young, Reids- 
ville. 

Rowan — W. H. Woodson, Salisbury. 

Rutherford — ■ James M. Carson, 
Rutherfordton. 

Sampson — H. E. Faison, Clinton. 

Scotland — E. H. Gibson, Laurinburg. 

Stanley — R. L. Smith, Albemarle. 

Stokes— Dr. J. H. Ellington, Sandy 
Ridge. 

Surry — J. H. Folger, Mt. Airy. 

Swain — T. G. Picklesimer, Brysou 
City. 

Transylvania — W. E. Breese, Jr., 
Brevard. 

Tyrrell— Thos. H. Woodley, Colum- 
bia. 

Union — A. J. Brooks, Monroe. 

Vance — A. J. Harris. Henderson. 

Wake — Geo. E. Hunter, Raleigh. 

Warren — J. H. Kerr, Warrenton. 

Washington — Clarence Latham, Ply- 
mouth. 

Watauga — T. H. Coffey, Boone. 
Wavne — G. C. Korneffav. Goldsboro. 
Wilkes— W. G. Hall, Wilkesboro. 
Wilson— H. M. Rowe. Wilson. 
Yadkin — R. C. Puryear. Yadkin- 
ville. 
Yancey — C. E. Gardner. Burnsville. 



REPUBLICAN STATE EXECUTIVE 
COMMITTEE. 

Chairman — Jno. M. Morehead. Spray. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Gilliam 

Grissorn. Spray. 

National Committeeman — E. C. Dun- 
can. Raleigh. 

Members at Large — Thomas Settle, 
ex-offlcio, Asheville: Harry Skinner, 
Greenville ; J. R. Gaskill. Tarboro : C. 
C. Vann, Rose Hill; James D. Parker. 
Smithfield; R. G. Campbell. Greens- 
boro; I. B. Tucker, Whiteville: H. C. 
Dockery, Rockingham ; Dr. J. J. Mott, 
statesville; Ed. A. Smith, Charlotte; 
C. J. Harris, Dillsboro 

Congressional Districts — First Dis- 
trict, I. M. Meekins. Elizabeth Citv : 
Second District, D. W. Patrick, Snow 
Dill: Third District. Ceo. E. Butler, 
Clinton; Fourth District, J. J. Jen- 
kins, Pittsboro; Fifth District, B. S. 
Robertson, Haw River: Sixth District. 
S. A. Edmund, Lumberton; Seventh 
District. F. W. Hanes. Yadkinville; 
Kighth District, C. H. Cowles, Wilkes- 
boro ; Ninth District. Chas. E. Greene, 
Bakersville; Tenth District. F. A. Fan- 
ning. Asheville. 



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Lewis, Asheboro ; A. A. Whitener, 
Hickory. 



Chairmen County Executive Committee 
of North Carolina. 

Alamance — E. S. W. Dameron, Bur- 
lington. 

Alexander 
ville. — 

Alleghany 
Sparta. 

Anson — J. 

Ashe — D. 

Beaufort— 



O. Teague, Taylors- 
Jno. M. Wagoner, 



L. Matheson, Wadesboro. 

--. Osborne. Beldon. 

G. A. Conner, Belhaven. 
Bertie— R. H. Norfleet, Kelford. 
Bladen — S. Meares, Clarkton. 
Brunswick — D. R. Johnson, Winna- 
bow. 
Buncombe — T. P. Roland. Asheville. 
Burke — John M. Mull, Morganton. 
Cabarrus — H. S. Williams, Concord. 
Caldwell — M. N. Harshaw, Lenoir. 
Camden — 

Carteret — Wm. A. Mace, Beaufort. 
Caswell— W. F. Davis, Altamahaw. 
Catawba — J. Y. Killian, Newton. 
Chatham— R. H. Dixon, Siler City. 
Cherokee — A. G. Dewese, Murphy. 
Chowan— W. S. Elliott, Tyner, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 



Clay — W. T. Bumgarner, Hayes- 
ville. 

Cleveland — W. L. Dameron. Shelby. 

Columbus — Irvin B. Tucker, White- 
ville. 

Craven — Clyde Eby, New Bern. 

Cumberland— C. C. McLellen, God- 
win. 

Currituck — W. S. Harrison. Har- 
binger. 

Dare — L. Cudworth. Wanchese. 

Davidson — J. H. McCrary, Lexing- 
ton. 

Davie — C. G. Bailey, Advance. 

Duplin — Jno. A. Gavin, Sr.. Kenans- 
ville. 

Durham — J. E. Carpenter. Durham. 

Edgecombe — W. L. Stallings, Tar- 
boro, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Forsyth— J. T. Benbow. Winston- 
Salem. 

Franklin— T. H. Whitakers, Kittrell. 

Gaston — W. E. Gardner, Cherryville. 

Gates — W. M. Sparkman, Eure. 

(Iraham — Geo. F. Brock, Brock. 

Granville — Dr. <;. T. Sykes, Grlssom. 

Greene— D. W. Patrick, Snow Hill. 

Guilford— H. B. Worth, Greensboro. 

Halifax — McM. Furgerson, Littleton 

Harnett — A. F. Stirles. Dunn. 

Haywood— W. T. Denton. "Wayn<s- 
ville. 

Henderson — R. II. Staton, Ben 
sonville. 



48 



POL! TK 'A L OR I ! A N IZATIONS. 



-.lames S. Mitchell, W ; .:i- 
L. McGowao, Swan Quar- 



Statesville. 

Speedwell. 
Sniithneld. 



Hertford- 
ton. 

Byde— H. 

ter. 
Iredell — L. C. Wagner, 
Jackson — Z. V. Watson 
Johnston — J. C. Stancil 

. I ones — J. K. Brock. Trenton. 

Lee — R. C. McNeill. Jonesboro. 

Lenoir — J. M. Mewborne, Kinston. 

Lincoln— J. M. Hoyle, Lincoltnon. 

Macon — H. 6. Robertson, Franklin. 

.Madison — Arnos Stackhouse, Mar- 
shall. 

Martin — Wheeler Martin. William- 
ston. 

McDowell — J. L. Morgan, Marion. 

Mecklenburg — J. F. Newell, Char- 
lotte. 

Mitchell— Chas. E. Greene. Bakers- 
rville. 

Montgomery — N. V. Long, Biscoe. 

Moore — W. G. Jennings. Carthage. 

Nash — J. C. Matthews, Spring Hope. 

New Hanover— J. W. Brooks, Wil- 
mington. 

Northampton — W. F. Outlaud, 
Woodland. 

Onslow — A. Z. 

Orange — J. L. 
D. No. 2. 

Pamlico — J. L. 



Jarman, Richland. 
Cheek, Efland, R. F. 

Riggs, Bayboro. 



Pasquotank — W. L. Kenton, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Pender — E. McMoore, Burgaw. 

Perquimans — W. R. White, Hert- 
ford. 



Person — Wm. D. Merritt, Roxboro. 
Pitt — R. C. Flanagan, (ireenville. 
Polk— W. C. Robertson, Saluda. 
Randolph — C. L. Holton, Asheboro. 
Richmond — J. P. Cameron, Rocking- 
ham. 

Robeson — S. A. Edmunds, Lumber- 
ton. 

lloekingkam — J. R. Joyce, Reids- 
ville. 

Rowan — W. A. Fogleman, Salisbury. 
Rutherfordton. 

Sampson — W. F. Sessoms, Clinton. 

Scotland — W. H. Fox, Laurinburg. 

Stanley— Dr. J. I. Campbell, Nor- 
wood. 

Stokes — N. O. Petree, Danbury. 

Surry— T. W. Davis, Dobson. 

Swain — W. L. Francis, Bryson City. 

Transvlvania — M. L. Hamilton, care 
C. E. Orr, Brevard. 

Tyrrell — R. A. Kohloss, Columbia. 
Union — W. B. Love, Monroe. 

Vance — C. E. fuller. Henderson. 

Wake— Lester F. Butler, Raleigh. 

Warren — J. P. Leach, Littleton. 

Washington— C. W. Snell, Mackey 
Ferry. 

Watauga — John W. Hodges, Ruth- 
erwood. 



Wavne — E. W 
Wilkes— O. F. 
Wilson— Geo. 
Yadkin— J. A. 
Yancey — J. L. 



Hill, Goldsboro. 
Blevins, Wilkesboro. 
W. Stanton. Wilson. 
Logan, Yadkinville. 
Hyatt, Micaville. 



STATE UK COMMISSION REPORT— 1910. 



Subjects. Value. 
For State Purposes — 

Real estate $294,485,184.00 

Personal property 175,439.946.00 

Railroad and other public service cor- 
porations 89,715,251.00 

Corporation excess 15.530.3SO.00 

Bank stock 10.720.580.00 

Building and loan stock 1,3S9,072.00 



Totals $593,387,413.00 

Incomes, tax on 

B and C Schedules 

Additional Receipts by State Treasurer. 

Additional State taxes 

Agricultural Department 

Atlantic & North Carolina Railway dividends .. .. 

Audubon Society ■ 

Automobile licenses 

Contingencies 

Corporation franchise tax 

Corporation tax — State Department ■ 

Corporation tax — Treasury Department 

Disabled soldiers' appropriation refunded 

Dispensaries, tax on sales 



Tax. 

$61S,418.S9 
368,423.89 

188,404.12 

.".2.026.40 

35.113.22 

3,127.05 



36,967.26 

122,828.68 



9.227.42 
132^258.75 

37,998.00 
7j886.20 

5,262.00 

146.00 

46.SSO.00 

30.042.60 

3.710.00 

.-,10.00 

15.S90.5S 



Total. 



$1 



,246,113.57 
159,795.94 



STATE TAX COMMISSION REPORT.— -1W0. 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 

CATALOGUE ON REQUEST 

Address the President, Raleigh, N. C. 

Express companies, tax on receipts 3,983.21 

Fees, Attorney-General 105.50 

Fees, bank examinations 4,555.00 

Fees, Executive Department 2,879.50 

Fees, Insurance Department 23,775.47 

Fees, State Department 1,387.47 

1 ees, Treasury Department 280.00 

Fish Commission 3,223.20 

Inheritance tax 14.795.S7 

Indigent pupils S.049.8S 

Insurance companies' licenses 43.392.56 

Insurance companies' tax on receipts 170.271.54 

Interest, deferred payment on bonds 3.0S3.34 

Laws and Journals, sale of 921.73 

Mercantile agencies 500.00 

N. C. Agricultural Experiment Station, Federal ap- 
propriation 27.000.00 

N. C. A. and M. College (colored), Federal appro- 
priation 13.200.00 

N. C. College A. and M. Arts. Federal appropriation. 26,800.00 

N. C. Institution Deaf. Dumb and Blind, earnings . 2.355.92 

N. C. Railroad dividends 210.014.00 

N. C. Sanitarium for Tuberculosis, refund appro- 
priation 3,591.03 

N. C. School for Deaf and Dumb, earnings ] ,800.00 

Oil Inspection Fund, received from Agricultural De- 
partment 24.927.00 

Oil Inspection Fund, transferred to General Fund.. 10.500.00 

Paper account, refunded 4.00 

Pensions, refunded 148.37 

Piano and organ dealers' licenses •■ 2.014.10 

Postage and stationery L8.80 

Privilege tax on railroads 18,518.05 

Public high schools, refunded .. 25.00 

Roster N. C. State troops, sale of 7.45 

Seal tax. Executive Department .. 1.509.75 

Seal tax, State Department 885.09 

Sewing-machine licenses 3,497.50 

Shellfish Commission 3,558.27 

Sketches N. C. Regiments Confederate Soldiers. 

sale of , 34.20 

State and Colonial Records, sale of 92.70 

State's Prison, earnings 143,776.78 

Suspended bank (W. II. Worth, treasurer) 46.00 



1 



50 



STATE TAX COMMISSION REPORT.— 1910. 



Supreme Court Reports, sale of . . .. 
Telegraph companies ,tax on receipts 
Telephone companies, tax on receipts 
Trade-mark registration fees . . 
Four per cent bonds, sale of 



Total all sources, State purposes 
For Pensions — 

On assessed property 

On polls 



For Schools — 

On white polls 

On Indian polls 

On negro polls 

On dogs 

On railroad and other public service corporations 

On bank stock 

On building and loan stock 

On corporation excess 

Property of white citizens 

Property of negro citizens 

Special taxes for schools 

Fines 

Other sources 



For County Purposes- 

Oeueral 

Poor 

Bridges and roads . . . 

Special 

Special in townships . . 
B. and C. Schedules . . . 



9,600.79 

1,729.32 

13,182.41 

45.20 

515,022.40 



237.354.97 
37.284.96 



342,811.09 

1,323.00 

123,915.24 

1,914.00 

168.749.79 

30,984.19 

2,715.49 

28.734.tr, 

835,180.23 

40.871.60 

405,232.35 

23,979.18 

32.409.42 



1,436,909.47 

40,591.03 

942.818.05 

353.418.51 

40,920.66 

82,974.07 



$1,089,903.51 



2,495,813.02 



274,639.93 



2.039,725.59 



Municipal — 
On property . . 

On polls 

Receipts from fines 
All other sources . . 



2,009.315.98 

127.865.80 

35.879.64 

282.843.07 



Total, all sources 



2.897,631.79 



2,455.904.49 
10.163,714.82 



Insurance Statistics. 



The following figures give the num- 
ber of the various kinds of insurance 
companies doing business in North 
Carolina: 

Life companies, 42; Assessment Life 
companies, 22; Fire, and Fire and Ma- 
rine companies, 128; Accident and 
Surety companies, 41; Fraternal 
Orders, 61; Live Stock Companies, 3. 

The insurance statistics for the year 
1910 will not be prepared until Feb- 
ruary, 1911. The statistics for 1909, the 
latest figures available, are as follows: 

Total business done in North Caro- 
lina by Fire Insurance Companies 
licensed to do business: 

North Carolina Companies: 

Risks written $44,429,439.72 

Premiums 865,764.63 



Losses paid 309.6S3.92 

Losses incurred 314,774.52 

Companies of other States : 

Risks written $186,203,519.59 

Premiums received 2,210.264.09 

Losses paid 83S.383.85 

Losses incurred 868,645.64 

Foreign Companies: 

Risks written $ 91.650,201.42 

Premiums received 711.538.21 

Losses paid 270.176.24 

Losses incurred 272. 892. IS 

Total business done in North Caro- 
lina by Life Companies licensed to 
do business in North Carolina: 

Policies in force December 31, 1908, 
number, 178,058, amounting to -S134,- 
513.4S8.81. 

Policies issued during 1909, 51.101, 
amount, $29,316,570.59. 

Policies ceased durins 1909. 40,141, 
amounting to $23.635.1S9.79 
Policies in force December 31, 1909, 



STATE TAX COMMISSION REPORT— 1910. 



St. Mary's School 



RALEIGH, N. C. 



THE DIOCESAN SCHOOE (FOR GIBES) OF THE CAROEINAS. 

Well known throughout the South. 

Largest Boarding Institution for young women of the Episcopal Church 
in the United States. 

Founded in 1842 by Rev. Dr. Aldert Sniedes. 

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. 



193,534, amounting to $147,783,155.11. 

Losses incurred during 1909, $1,540,- 
704.S9; paid, $1,477,690.32. 

Life Assessment Associations : 

Certificates issued during 1909, 
97,0S4, amounting to $2,065,473.97; pre- 
miums or assessments receievd there- 
on, $352,589.04. 

Losses incurred, $93,500.53. 

Losses paid, $99,410.78. 

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 
by the North Carolina companies in 
North Carolina: 

The home legal reserve companies 
wrote the amount of $29,316,570.59; 
premiums received, $4,909,699.6S ; 
losses incurred, $1,540,704.S9 ; losses 
paid, $1,477,690.32. 



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 towhee, and curlews, and 
the wild turkey, grouse, partridge, 
pheasant, quail, dove, robin 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 laws are 
enforced, except in certain counties 
where game protective matters are in 
charge of the Board of County Com- 
missioners. 



North Carolina Game 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 seasons and methods of 
shooting, trapping and killing, other- 
wise, of squirrel, rabbit aud smaller 
game aud fish). 



North Carolina Divorce Laws. 



Marriages may be dissolved and ths 
parties thereto divorced from the 
bonds of matrimony in Noith 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 
shall have lived separate and apart 

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 hnve been a separa- 
tion of husband and wife, ami they 
shall have lived separate and apart 
for ten successive years, and they 
shall have resided in this State to2 
that period, and no children shall 
have been born of the marriage. 



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PUBLIC SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



Southern 
Conservatory 
of Music 



Superior Ad- 
vantages for 
a Thorough 

Musical 
Educ ation 



Durham 
N.C. 



I 



PIANO— VOICE— VIOLIN— ORGAN 



TV. H. OVERTON, Secretary. 



G. TV. BRYANT, Director. 



PUBLIC SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



Counties s 

o 
+j 
cd 

Alamance 9,638 

Alexander 4,195 

Alleghany 3,221 

Anson 8,924 

Ashe 7,467 

Beaufort 9,757 

Bertie 7,942 

Bladen 6,373 

Brunswick . . . . 4,953 

Buncombe 17,300 

Burke 7,104 

Cabarrus 8,971 

Caldwell 7.007 

Camden 2.001 

Carteret 4,175 

Ca swell 5,442 

Catawba 10,089 

Chatham 7,921 

Cherokee 5,733 

Chowan 3,485 

Hay 1,500 

Cleveland 9,901 

Columbus 9,394 

Craven 7,799 

Cumberland . . . . 12,458 

Currituck 2,857 

Dare 1,669 

Davidson 9.422 

Davie 4,825 

Duplin 8.113 



a 

o 



a 

a o> 

— +j 

o .2 

3 g 



cs 



ca 



»8^ 

± © H * 
3 ir = . o 

y "■*£! 

1,599.23 

696.07 

534.46 

1,480.75 

1,238.99 

1,618.97 

1,317.81 

1.057.47 

S21.S5 

2,870.58 

1,178.76 

1,488.55 

1.162.67 

332.02 

692.75 

902.99 

1,674.06 

1.314.33 

951.27 

578.26 

246.52 

1. 642.87 

1,558.74 

1 .294.08 

2.067.15 

474.06 

276.93 

1.563.39 

800.61 

1.346.19 



Durham 11,398 

Edgecombe . . . . 10.1S7 

Forsyth 14,861 

Franklin 8,741 

Gaston 13,267 

Gates 3,881 

Graham 1,761 

Granville 8,471 

Greene 4.270 

Guilford 18,559 

Halifax 11,966 

Harnett 7.973 

Haywood 6,713 

Henderson 5.699 

Hertford 5.395 

Hyde 3.091 

Iredell 11.566 

Jackson 4.3S4 

Johnston 14,849 

Lee 3.898 

Jones 2,998 

Lenoir 6,888 

Lincoln 6,932 

Macon.. 4.341 

Madison 7.997 

Martin 5, us I 

McDowell 5.841 

Mecklenburg.. .. 21,307 

Mitchell 5,767 

Montgomery . . . . 5,198 

Moore.. . .' .. .. 6,363 

Nash 9,485 

New Hanover 7,693 

Northampton. .. 6,769 

Onslow 1,709 

Orange 5,165 

Pamlico 3,466 

Pasquotank .. .. 5,389 

Pender 4,802 

Perquimans .. .. 3,616 

Person 5.834 



1,891.27 

1,690.32 

2,465.88 

1,450.39 

2,201.39 

643.97 

292.20 

1.405.59 

7M.S..-.2 

3,079.49 

1,985.51 

1,322.95 

1,113.88 

945.63 

895.19 

512.88 

1.919.14 

727.43 

2,463.89 

645.79 

497.45 

1.1 12.112 

1,150.22 

720.30 

1 ,326.94 

992.42 

9(19.19 

3,535.47 

956.91 

862.50 

1,055.81 

1.573.84 

1,276.49 

1,123.18 

781.36 

857.02 

575.11 

894.19 

796.79 

600.00 

968.03 



54 PUBLIC 

Pitt 13,051 

Polk 2,566 

Randolph 10,039 

Richmond 6. .".2 1 

Robeson 17,230 

Rockingham.. .. 13,648 

Rowan 12,590 

Rutherford .. .. 9,675 

Sampson 9,686 

Scotland 5,502 

Stanly 6,625 

Stokes 7,2S0 

Surrv 10,492 

Swain 3,370 

Transylvania.. .. 2,393 



SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



2,165.55 

425.77 

1,665.77 

1,048.84 

2,S5!S.97 

2,264.61 

2.0.S9.I15 

1,605.37 

1,607.19 

912.94 

1,099.28 

1,207.97 

1,740.93 

559.18 

397.07 



Tyrrell 1,849 

Union 11,496 

Vance 6,858 

Wake 21,179 

Warren 6.038 

Washington .... 3,641 

Watauga 5,086 

Wayne 11,463 

Wilkes.. .. .. .. 10,822 

Wilson 9.512 

Yadkin 5,508 

Yancey 4,494 

Teachers Training 



Total 746.115 



306.80 
1,907.53 

1,137.94 

3,514.23 

1,101.44 

604.15 

843.31 

1,902.05 

1,795.69 

1,578.32 

913.94 

745.68 

1,200.00 

$125,000.00 



RAILWAY ACCIDENTS TO PERSONS. 



Name of Road. 

No. of 
Employ's 

Atlantic Coast Line 4,618 

Norfolk Southern Railway 1,916 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 3.383 

Southern Railway 6.376 



Resulting from Other causes 
movement of than movement 
trains. of trains. 



Kill'd 
9 



i 
26 



Injur'd Kill'd Injur'd 
51 . . 13 



Carolina, Clinchfleld & Ohio 
Carolina & Northwestern . . 

Durham & Southern 

Louisville & Nashville .... 

Norfolk & Western 

Randolph & Cumberland . . . 
Tallulah Falls 



485 

239 

190 

24 

1.323 

21 

76 



Total 19,017 



51 
289 
3S8 

13 
9 

2 

4 

1 



810 



8 
102 
560 



713 



RAILROAD RATES. 



The following passenger rates are in 
operation on the railroad systems in 
North Carolina: 

Name. Per Mile 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 2 l-2c. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railway... 2 l-2c. 

Southern Railway 2 l-2c. 

Carolina, Clinchfleld & Ohio Ry. 2 l-2c. 

Norfolk Southern Railway 2 l-2c 

Norfolk & Western Railway 2 l-2c. 

On all other roads the passenger 
rate is 3c. per mile, as follows : 

Aberdeen & Asheboro Railway, Aber- 
deen & Rockflsh Railroad Company, 
Atlantic & Western Railroad, Bee 
Tree Railroad, Blue Ridge and At- 
lantic Railway Company, Carolina 
& Northwestern Railroad, Cashie & 
Chowan Railroad Co., Chowan & Au- 
lander Railroad Co., Cliffside Rail- 
road 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 Railway Company, Raleigh 
& Southport Railroad, Raleigh & 
Western Railway Company, Randolph 
& Cumberland Railway Company, Red 
Springs & Bowmore Railroad Com- 
pany, South & Western Railroad, Vir- 
ginia & Carolina Southern Railroad. 
Wellington & Powellsville Railroad 
Company. 



LAND GRANTS. 




LAND GRANTS. 



No. G 
Two 
Two 
Two 
Two 
Two 
Two 
Two 
Two 
Two 
Two 
Two 
Two 
Two 
Two 
Two 



rants issued — 
years ending 
years ending 
years ending 
years ending 
years ending 
years ending 
years ending 
years ending 
years ending 
years ending 
years ending 
years ending 
years ending 
years ending 
years ending 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 



1, 18S2, 
1, 1884, 
1, 1886, 
1, 18S8, 
1, 1890, 
1, 1802, 
1, 1894, 
1, 1896, 
1, 1898, 
1, 1900, 
1, 1902, 
1, 1904, 
1, 1906, 
1, 1908, 
1, 1910 



1,189- 

1,329- 

990- 

893- 

1,453- 

1,358- 

703- 

547- 

599- 

665- 

732- 

789- 

488- 

529- 

317- 



-aniounts 
-amounts 
-amounts 
-amounts 
-amounts 
-amounts 
-amounts 
-amounts 
-amounts 
-amounts 
-amounts 
-amounts 
-amounts 
-amounts 
-amounts 



paid 
paid 
paid 
paid 
paid 
paid 
paid 
paid 
paid 
paid 
paid 
paid 
paid 
paid 
paid 



Treasurer. 
Treasurer. 
Treasurer. 
Treasurer. 
Treasurer. 
Treasurer. 
Treasurer. 
Treasurer. 
Treasurer. 
Treasurer. 
Treasurer. 
Treasurer. 
Treasurer. 
Treasurer. 
Treasurer. 



?10.912.S7 

13,186.73 

5,975.69 

9.493.49 

1 .-,..",70.43 

10,831.11 

.",.200.73 

9,234.46 

(i.337.13 

c,.:;S4.69 

6,911.88 

1 1 .230.60 

16,551.47 

16.02.-,. 49 

9,695.85 



NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS. 



ABERDEEN 



& ASHEBOKO RAIL- 
WAY. 

and Traffic Manager — 



President 
Henry A. Page, Aberdeen 

General Manager — J. R. Page, Bis- 
coe. 

Auditor — Frank Page. Biscoe. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mary ij. 



Page, Aberdeen. 

ABERDEEN & ROCKFISII RAIL- 
ROAD CO. 

President and General Manager — 
John Blue, Aberdeen. 

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

Auditor — ,T. W. Phillips. Aberdeen. 



56 



N'OUTH CAROLINA RAILROADS. 



General Superintendent — C. N. Blue, 
Aberdeen. 

ALMA RAILWAY. 
President — A. J. McKiunon, Maxton. 
Secretary and Treasurer and Gen- 
eral Manager — C. J. Cottiughain, Max- 
ton. 

APPALACHIAN RAILWAY. 
General Manager — J. C. Patterson, 
Whittier, N. C. 

ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAIL- 
ROAD. 

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 — H. L. Borden, New York. 

Treasurer — James F. 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. 

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. 

ATLANTIC & NORTH CAROLINA 
RAILROAD. 

President — L. P. Topp. Kinston. 

Secretary and Treasurer — D. J. 
Broadhurst. Goldsboro. ("Operated 
under lease by Norfolk Southern 
Railway). 



Directors — A. C. Avery, Jr., 
Morganton ; W. H. Bagley, Ral- 
eigh ; E. C. Duncan, Raleigh; 
Henry Weil, Goldsboro; W. D. 
Creech, Goldsboro; G. V. Richardson, 
Dover; Dempsy Wood, Kinston; G. W. 
Snmrell, Kinston; S. W. Forbes, 
Stonewall; L. H. Cutler, New Bern; 
W. S. Chadwick, Beaufort. 
ATLANTIC & WESTERN RAILROAD 
COMPANY. 

President — John H. Winder, Ral- 
eigh. 

Vice-President — F. G. Hatton, Roa- 
noke, Va. 

General Superintendent — Harry P. 
Edwards, Sanford. 

Superintendent M. P. — T. I. Maw- 
yer, Sanford. 

Road Master— O. T. Wicker. Joues- 
boro. 
CAROLINA, CLINCHFIELD & OHIO 

RAILWAY. 
Carolina, Clinchfleld & Ohio Railway 

of South Carolina — "Clinchfleld 

Route." 

President — Geo. L. Carter, John 
son City, Tenn. 

Vice-President and General Manager 
— M. J. Caples. Johnson City, Tenn. 

Vice President and Traffic Manager 
—J. J. Campion. Johnson City. Tenn. 

Comptroller — J. McQuilkin, Johnson 
City, Tenn. 

Treasurer— J. C. Stone, Johnson 
City, Tenn. 

General Counsel — J. Norment Powell, 
Johnson City, Tenn. 

Assistant General Freight Agent — 
H. G. W'aring, Johnson City, Tenn. 

T. P. A. in Charge Passenger De- 
partment — Chas. T. Mandel, Johnson 
City, Tenn. 

Industrial Agent — R. F. Brewer, 
Johnson City, Tenn. 

Superintendent — L. H. Phetteplace, 
Erwin, Tenn. 

Master Mechanic — H. F. Staley, Er- 
win, Tenn. 

Car Service Agent — L. L. Mclntyre, 
Erwin. Tenn. 

CAROLINA & NORTHWESTERN 
RAILWAY. 

President — W. A. Barber, Chester, 
S. C. 

Treasurer— F. Wolfe. Chester, S. C. 

Auditor and General Freight and 
Passenger Agent — E. F. Reid, 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 & ACLANDER RAILROAD. 

(Operated by Camp Mfg. Co. as a 
logging *road>. 



— 



NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS. 



ills hers 
Advertisers 

We Make Most of the Cuts 
iisetlin North Carolina^ 



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Raleigh. 

Raleigh. 
Danville, 



CLIFFSIDE RAILROAD CO. 

President and General Manager — R. 
R. Haynes, Cliffside. 

Vice-President — Jno. M. Scott. Cliff- 
side. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Chas. II. 
Haynes. Cliffside. 

DANVILLE & WESTERN RAILWAY. 

President and Chairman Board of 
Directors — A. B. Andrews, 

Secretary — C. D. Mackay, 

Treasurer — C. L. Booth, 
Va. 

Auditor — T. B. Cowper, Danville. Va. 

General Superintendent — Theodore 
Parker. Danville, Va. 

DOVER & SOUTHBOUND RAILWAY. 

President — W. A. Wiinsatt. Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

General Manager — D. W. Richard- 
son, Dover. 

Secretary and Treasurer— W. B. H. 
Rlandford, Dover. 

Traffic Manager — N. S. Richardson, 
Dover. 



DURHAM & CHARLOTTE RAIL- 
ROAD CO. 

President — John B. Lennig, Brides- 
burg, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Vice-President — John L. Tull, Hemp. 

General Manager — John H. Kennedy, 
Gulf. 

Assistant Auditor — J. T. Walker, 
Gulf. 
DURHAM & SOUTH CAROLINA 
RAILROAD CO. 

President — Ernest Williams. Lynch- 
burg, Va. 

Vice-President — J. A. Duncan, East 
Durham. 

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, New York. 
Vice-President — J. E. Stagg. Dur- 
ham. 



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NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS. 



General Manager — E. Thonaason, 
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 Bridges, Tarboro. 

Auditor — A. D. Fowlkes, Tarboro. 

General Freight and Passenger Agt. 
— H. P. Foxhall, Tarboro. 

Master Mechanic— Geo. Watson, Tar- 
boro. 

Road Master — Frank Laughing- 
house, Pinetops. 
EAST TENNESSEE & WESTERN 

NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

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

Vice-President and General Superin- 
tendent — Geo. W. Hardin, Johnson 
City, Tenn. 

Secretjir> &nd Treasurer — J. S. Wise, 
Johnson City, Tenn. 

LAWNDALE RAILWAY. 

President — H. F. Schenck, Lawndale. 

Superintendent — John F. Schenck, 
Lawndale. 

NEW HANOVER TRANSIT CO. 

President — Walter Smallbones, Wil- 
mington. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Wm. L. 
Smith, Wilmington. 

General Manager — Jno. W. Harper, 
Wilmington. 
NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 

President and General Manager — E. 
T. Lamb, Norfolk, Va. 

Vice-President — Frederick Hoff, New 
York, N. Y. 

General Counsel — Chadbourne & 
Shores, New York, N. Y. 

Secretary — Morris S. Hawkins, Nor- 
folk, Va. 

Assistant Secretary — N. W. Runnion, 
New York, N. Y. 

Treasurer — M. Manly, Norfolk, Va. 

Assistant to President — H. C. Hud- 
gins, Norfolk, Va. 

Assistant to General Manager — J. A. 
C. Groner, Norfolk. 

Traffic Manager — B. L. Sugg, Nor- 
folk, Va. 

General Passenger Agent — W. W. 
Croxton, Norfolk, Va. 

Traveling Freight and Passenger 
Agent— E. C. Potter, Norfolk, Va. 
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 and General Man- 
ager. N. D. Maher, Roanoke, Va. ; 
Third Vice-President and Traffic Man- 
ager, 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. 

Chief Engineer — Charles S.Churchill, 
Roanoke, Va. 

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

General Passenger Agent — W. B. Be- 
viil, Roanoke. Va. 

General Superintendents — A. C. 
Needles, Roanoke, Va. ; Geo. P. John- 
son, Bluefield, W. Va. 

NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

President — Chas. M. Steadman, 
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 Superintend- 
ent — J. F. Pennewell. Gumberry. 
PIEDMONT RAILWAY. 

Acting President— A. E. Jones, 
Thomasville. 

General Superintendent — W. J. Tal- 
ly. Thomasville. 

RALEIGH & CHARLESTON RAIL- 
ROAD CO. 

President— L. M. Williams, Rich- 
mond. Va. 

First Vice-President — John Graham, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Second Vice-President and General 
Manager — L. A. Boyd, Marion, S. C. 

Secretary and Treasurer — W. R. 
Storrs, Marion, S. C. 

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, Raleisrh. 
RALEIGH & WESTERN RAILWAY 
COMPANY. 

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



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 59 

SEABOARD 

MR LINE RAILWAY 



Reaches the South, Southwest, West and East by the 
Shortest and Most Direct Way — Offering Unexcelled 
Double Daily Vestibule Pullman Train Service. 

ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS 

DOUBLE DRILY SERVICE 

New York, Washington, Norfolk, Atlanta, Birmingham, 
New Orleans, Memphis, Savannah, Jacksonville, 
Tampa, Chattanooga, Nashville, St. Louis. 

DIRECT CONNECTION AT 

Memphis, New Orleans, St. Louis, Chicago, FOR ALL 
POINTS in Texas, California, Arkansas, Oklahoma, 
Colorado and all Western and Northwestern Points. 

For Rates, Schedules, Pullman Reservations, etc., call 
on any SEABOARD AGENT or REPRESENTATIVE, or 

C.B. RYAN, G. P. A. H. S. LE/\RD D. P. A. 

Portsmouth, Va. Raleigh, N. C. 



60 



NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS. 



RANDOLPH i (HI15EKLAM) BAIL- 
WAX < O. 

President— I). A. .McDonald, Car- 
; bage. 

Vice-President — G. C. Graves, Car- 
thage. 

General Counsel — R. L. Burns, Car- 
1 1 . . i ue. 

Treasurer— B. M. Fellows, 111 Broad- 
way, New York. 

Secretary and Assistant Treasurer— 
T. L. Riddle, Carthage. 

Car Accountant— R. M. Caldwell, 
Carthage. 

Soliciting Freight and Passenger 
Agent — R. L. Tyson, Carthage. 
RED SPRINGS & BOVV3IORE RAIL- 
ROAD. 

President— W. F. Williams, Red 
Springs. 

SEABOARD AIR LINE SYSTEM. 

President— N. S. Meldrum, Ports- 
mouth, Va. and New York. 

Vice-President and General Manager 
— C. H. Hix, Portsmouth, Va. 

Vice-President, in Charge of Traffic 
— Chas. R. Capps, Portsmouth, Va. 

Secretary— 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. Seddou, 
Portsmouth, Va. 

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

General Freight Agent — L. E. Chale- 
nor, Norfolk, Va. 

General Industrial Agent — J. W. 
White, Norfolk, Va. 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM. 

President— W. W. Finley, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

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

Vice-President — J. M. Culp, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Vice-President— T. C. Powell, Cin- 
cinnati. Ohio. 

Vice-President — H. B. Spencer, 
Washington, D .C. 
'Vice-President and General Mana- 
ger — E. H. Coapman. Washington, 
D. C. 

Vice-President and Secretary — R. D. 
Lankford, New Y r ork, N. Y". 

Treasurer — H. C. Ansley, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

General Counsel at New Y'ork — 
Francis L. Stetson, New York. 

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

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

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— W. 
M. Netherland, Washington, D. C. 

General Superintendent — H. E. 
Hutchins, Greensboro. 

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

General Superintendent — G. R. Loy- 
all, Knoxville, Tenn. 

General Superintendent — C. L. Har- 
ris, Birmingham, Ala. 

Division Superintendents — A. D. 
Shelton, Greensboro; J. M. Bennett, 
Winston-Salem ; C. C. Hodges, Ashe- 
ville; T. S. Boswell, Asheville. 

Freight Traffic Manager— L. Green, 
Washington, D. C. 

Passenger Traffic Manager — S. H. 
Hardwick. Washington, D. C. 
SNOW BIRD VALLEY RAILWAY. 

President — J. Q. Barker, Andrews. 

Vice-President and Treasurer — W. 
A. Lewin, Andrews. 
TENNESSEE & NORTH CAROLINA 

General Manager and Secretary — E. 
G. Hinnermann, Andrews. 
RAILROAD. 

President— J. B. Hart, Clarksburg. 
W. Va. 

General Mauager and Traffic Mana- 
berton. 
ger — A. J. McMahan, Newport, Tenn. 



VIRGINIA & CAROLINA SOUTHERN 
RAILWAY. 

President — A. W. McLean, Lumber- 
ton. 

Superintendent — J. P. Russell, Lum- 
berton. 

Treasurer — A. T. McLean, Lumber- 
ton. 

Secretary — H. B. Jennings, Lumber- 
ton. 

Traffic Manager — J. F. Head. Lum- 
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 & VANDEMERE. 

President — A. D. McLean, Washing- 
ton. 

General Manager — W. N. Royall, 
Wilmington. 

Treasurer — J. F. Post, Wilmington. 
WATAUGA TURNPIKE COMPANY. 

President — W. A. Barber. Edgemout. 

Vice-President — L. T. Nichols, Edge- 
mont. 

Secretary — W. K. Kearsley. Edge- 
mont. 

Treasurer — F. AVolfe. Edsremont. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 61 

NORFOLK SOUTHERN 

RAILROAD 

The Short Route Through 

EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA 

Fast Double Daily Express Passenger 
Train Service Between 

Norfolk, Suffolk EI Virginia Beach 



-AND- 



Elizabeth City, Wilson, Edenton, 
Raleigh, Belhaven, Beaufort, 
Plymouth, New Bern, Washington, 
Goldsboro, Greenville, Kinston, 
Morehead City, N. C. 

ALL TRAINS OPERATED OVER NEW ALBEMARLE SOUND 
BRIDGE WITHOUT CHANGE. 



1 (Pullman Sleeping Car Service. Electric Light in Every Berth. 
Between Norfolk and Raleigh and between Norfolk and Goldsboro. 

Pullman Parlor Car Service Between New Bern and Norfolk. 



Only Line Operating in North Carolina with a 
Passenger Station in the Center of Norfolk. 



B. L. BUGG, W. W. CROXTON, 

TRAFFIC MANAGER. GENERAL, PASSENGER AGENT. 

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 



C2 



NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS. 



WA NTE 



ONE HUNDRED negro youth, not un- 
der sixteen, who desire to be some- 
■— ■— ■■ ■—— =■» thing more than ordinary hands— who 

wish to be good Farmers, Dairymen, Bricklayers, Carpenters or Teachers in 
Industrial Schools — who wish to attend one of the best equipped technical 
schools in the country for negroes and secure a practical industrial train- 
ing. 

ONE HUNDRED negro boys who 
want to become skilled workmen and 
useful citizens of North Carolina. For 



WANTED 



further information or for catalog, address, 



President, JAS. B. DUDLEY. 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Agricultural and Mechanical College 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

FACULTY— Jas. B. Dudley. President; J. D. Chavis, Head of English 
Department; Chas. E. Stewart, Assistant; M. Goins, Assistant; J. H. Blu- 
ford. Head of Agricultural Department; W. F. Debman, Superintendent 
of Farm ; W. T. Johnson, Superintendent of Dairy ; W. F. Robinson, Flor- 
ist; Geo. R. Tompkins, Director of Mechanical Department; W. N. Nelson, 
Foreman of Carpenter Section ; W. H. Greene, Foreman of Wood Turning 
Section ; A. D. Watkins, Foreman of Bricklaying and Plastering Section ; 
Wm. Yates, Instructor in Tinning; Chas. L. Foster, Instructor in Black- 
smithing; A. T. Whitsett, Treasurer; Junius Rooks, Steward; B. W. Barnes, 
Teacher of Night School. 



WELLINGTON & POWELLSVILLE 
B. K. COMPANY. 

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

Superintendent — W. M. Corwin, 
Ahoskie. 

General Freight and Passenger Agt. 
— S. H. Hatton Windsor. 



THE RAILWAYS OF THE WORLD. 

A table prepared for the Archiv fur 
Eisenbahnwesen, states that at the 

commencement of 1908 the total rail- 
way mileage of the whole world was 
594,842 miles divided as follows : 
America, 302,928; Europe, 199,346; 
Asia, 56.284; Africa, 18,518; and Aus- 
tralia, 17,766. The cost of construc- 
tion per mile has been highest in 
Great Britain and Ireland, where it 
averaged $271,000 per mile. In Bel- 
gium the cost was $172,900; France, 
$122,000; Germany, $108,500; Italy, 
$125,300; Russia, $79,600 per mile. In 
the United States the averase cost has 
been $68,800; in Canada. $58,000; in 
New Zealand, $60,300; and in Queens- 
land. Australia, it is as low as $34,200. 



RULES 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- 
bow is generally interpreted as 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. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 63 

Raleigh — Fayetteville Short Line 



Raleigh & Southport 
Railway 



THE DIRECT LINE FROM 



Raleigh to Fayetteville 

AND THE SHORT LINE BETWEEN 

Raleigh, Wilmington, Maxton, 
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. 

Raleigh and Southport Railway 

General Offices, RALEIGH, N. C. 

John A. Mills Pres. and Gen. Mgr. 



64 P OPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES, 

THE UNITED STATES TOTAL POPULATION COMPARATIVE 
SUMMARY FOR 1910-1900. 

INCREASE. 



STATICS. 1010. 

The United States (inclusive 

of Alaska, Hawaii and Porto 

Rico) 93,402.151 a 

Continental United States. . .91,972,266 

Alabama 2,13S,098 

Arizon 204,354 

Arkansas 1.574,449 

California 2,377,549 

Colorado 790,024 

Connecticut 1,114,756 

Delaware 202.322 

District of Columbia 331,0(59 

Florida 752,619 

Georgia 2,609.12] 

Idaho 325.59U 

Illinois 5,638,59] 

Indiana 2,700,870 

Iowa 2,224,77$ 

Kansas 1,690,949 

Kentucky 2,289,905 

Louisiana 1,656,338 

Maine 742,371, 

Maryland 1,295,346 

Massachusetts 3,306,410 

Michigan 2,810,173 

Minnesota 2,075.703 

Mississippi 1,797,114 

Missouri 3,29-1.335 

Montana 376.053 

Nebraska 1.102.214 

Nevada 81,875 

New Hampshire 130,572 

New Jersey 2,537,167 

New Mexico 327,301 

New York 9,113.614 

North Carolina 2,206,287 

North Dakota 577,056 

Ohio 4.707,121 

Oklahoma 1,657,155 

Oregon 672,765 

Pennsylvania 7.665,111 

Rhode Island 542.610 

South Carolina 1,515.400 

South Dakota 583.888 

Tennessee 2,184,789 

Texas 3,896.542 

Utah 373.351 

Vermont 355,956 

Virginia 2,061.612 

Washington 1,141,000 

West Virginia 1.221.119 

Wisconsin 2,333.860 

Wyoming 145,965 

Alaska 64,356 

Hawaii 191.909 

Porto Rico 1.118.012 

Military and naval 55,608 

^ ^ ».^ ^ — «^ ^ ^^^^^— ^^^^^^ 

a Includes 953,243 persons in Porto Rico (1899 census). 
b Decrease. 

c Indian Territory ranked 39 in population in 1900, but for comparison 
the population is included in the Oklahoma figures. 







Rank 


n 




1000 to 1910. 


opu 


la- 


> 


'o. P.Ct. 


tion. 




1900. 




1910-1900. 


77.250.630 


10. 1(5.521 


20.9 






75.004.575 


15,077.691 


20.1 






1,828,697 


309.396 


10.9 


18 


18 


122.931 


81.42:: 


60.2 


47 


49 


1,311,564 


262,885 


20.0 


25 


25 


1,485,053 


892,496 


60.1 


12 


21 


530.71 hi 


259,324 


48.0 


33 


31 


908,420 


206,336 


22.7 


32 


29 


184,735 


17,5- r 


9.5 


48 


40 


27S.718 


52,351 


18.8 


41 


42 


528,542 


222,097 


42.4 


34 


32 


"2,216,33] 


302,790 


17.7 


i0 


_'l 


161,772 


163,822 


101.3 


46 


47 


4.821.550 


817,041 


16.9 


3 


3 


2,516,462 


184.414 


7.:; 


9 


a 


2,231,853 


b7,082 


10.3 


15 


10 


1,470,405 


220.454 


15.0 


22 


2'' 


2.147.174 


1 42.731 


6.6 


14 


12 


1,381,625 


274,763 


19.9 


24 


23 


694.466 


47,905 


6.9 


35 


30 


1,188,044 


107,302 


9.0 


27 


26 


2,805,346 


561,070 


20.0 


6 


i 


2.420.982 


389,191 


16.1 


8 





1.751. 394 


324,314 


18.5 


19 


19 


1.551.270 


245,844 


15.8 


21 


2(1 


3.106.665 


186,670 


6.0 


i 


. 1 


243.329 


131.724 


54.5 


41 


44 


1 .006,300 


125,914 


11.8 


29 


27 


42,335 


39,540 


93.4 


51 


52 


411.588 


18.984 


4.6 


40 


36 


1 .ss.3.669 


05:!. 400 


34.7 


11 


16 


195.310 


131.991 


67.5 


45 


45 


7,208.804 


1,844.720 


25.4 


1 


1 


1,893,810 


312,477 


16.5 


16 


15 


319,146 


257,910 


80.8 


38 


41 


4.157.545 


609.576 


14.7 


4 


4 


790.391 


860.701 


100.7 


23 


c3S 


413,536 


259,229 


02.7 


36 


35 


6,302,115 


1.362,996 


21.6 


2 


'J 


428.550 


114.054 


26.6 


39 


34 


1,340,316 


175,084 


13.1 


26 


24 


401.570 


182.318 


45.4 


37 


•> 1 


2.020,010 


164.173 


8.1 


17 


14 


3.048.710 


847,832 


27.S 


5 


6 


276,749 


96.002 


34.9 


42 


43 


343.041 


12,315 


3.6 


43 


10 


1,854,184 


207.428 


11.2 


20 


1 . 


518,103 


623,887 


120.4 


30 




058.S00 


202.319 


27.4 


28 


28 


2.000.042 


264.818 


12.7 


13 


13 


92,531 


53,434 


57.7 


50 


5b 


63,592 


704 


1.0 


52 


51 


154.001 


37,908 


23.9 


49 


4s 


b053.°43 






31 




01.210 







ALAMANCE COUNTY. 



•>•) 



ALAMANCE COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, GRAHAM. 



Population, (Census 1910), 2S.721. 

Formed in 1S4S. Named after Alamance Creek. 

Area: 430. square miles. 

Value of real estate, $4,469,483; value personal property, $2,620,000. 

Property listed in 1910, by whites, $6,S69,018 ; by negroes, $221,365. 

Tax Kate: County purposes, 18 l-3c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 
16 2-3c. ; special 2c. County bonded debt, $250,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, about SOO. Worked by convict labor and 
hired help. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

North Carolina Railroad, 17.05 miles, assessed value $79S,318.30 

Pullman Company, assessed value 3,017.85 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 1,577.12 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 4,405.56 

Mobane-Ridgeville Telephone Company, assessed value 522.20 

Gibsonville Telephone Company, assessed value 570.00 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 18,762.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 1,412.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 1.098.60 

Southern Alamance Telephone Company, assessed value 1.200.00 

Superior Court Terms: First Monday in March (one week), criminal and 
civil; twelfth Monday after first Monday in March Tone week), civil; first 
Monday in September (two weeks), first week criminal and second week 
civil; ninth Monday after first Monday in September (one week) criminal. 



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 J. Thompson, 
Graham. 

Coroner— C. W. McPherson, Haw 
River. 

Survevor — Lewis H. Holt. Graham. 

Co. Sunt, of Health— George W. 
Long, Graham. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— P. H. Flem- 
ing. Purlin cton. 

Supt. of County Home— J. H. Tarp- 
ley, Graham. 

Co. Board of Education — W. K. Holt, 
(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 — George T. 
Williamson, (chrm.), Saxapahaw; E. 
L. Daily, Mebane, R. F. D. No. 3 ; T. B. 
Barker, Altamahaw: W. H. Turren- 
tine, Burlineton ; Jno. E. Stroud, Lib- 
erty, R. F. D. No. 3. 

County Board of Elections — Dr. R. 
A. Freeman (chrm.), Burlington; Dr. 
Will S. Long, Jr.. Graham; Jas. P. 
Albright. Burlington. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Graham Township — J. M. McCrack- 
en. Graham; Lewis H. Holt, Graham; 
V. M. Euliss. Graham; T. P. Brad- 
shaw, Graham; Chas. W. Bain. Gra- 
ham; W. H. Holt, Graham: Jas. P. 
Harden, Graham ; V. S. Freeland, Bur- 
lintgon, R. F. D. No. 9. 



Newlin — John G. Clark, Snow Camp. 
R. F. D. No. 2; John C. Griffin, Snow 
Camp, R. F. D. No. 1: G. Grant Mc- 
Bane, Snow Camp. R. F. D. No. 1; J. 
M. Foust, Snow Camp, R. F. D. No. 
1: M. C. McBane, Manndale; Charles 
G. Durham, Saxaphaw ; James G. 
ton, Saxapahaw. 

Thompson — George T. Morrow, 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: C. V. 
Cites. Mebane; Jas. R. White, Haw 
River. 

Faucett — A. O. Huffman. Burlington, 
R. F. D. No. 5: Charles A. Wilson, 
Burlington, R .F. D. No. 2: John H. 
Wilkins, Burlington. R. F. D. No. 2; 
A. Garrison, Burlington. R. !'. I'. 
No. 2. 

Boon Station— Jacob C. Wliitesell, 
Burlington, li. F. D. No. 4; .Terry A. 
Whitesell, Elon College; Wm. D. 
Newell. Elon College. It. F. D. No. 1. 

Morton — D. M. Ireland, Elon College, 
R. F. D. No. 1: T. B. Barker, Altama- 
haw, R. F. D. No. 1 ; R. V. Moore, Al- 
tamahaw; Wm. H. Gilliam, Altama- 
haw: W. A. Paschal. Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 8: John W. Garrison. Bur- 
lins'ton, R. F. D. No. 8. 

Albright — Alson G. Thompson, Gra- 
ham, It. F. D. No. 1; Isaac Holt, Gra- 
ham, R. F. D. No. 1 ; T. P. Nicb 
Burlington, R. F. D. No. 7 , 

Burlington — H. F. Moore, George A. 
| Clendeuin, Robert J. Hall. A. F. Bar 
1 rett, J. H. Freeland, H. M. Scott. A 



G6 



ALAMANCE COUNTY. 



A. Apple, A. M. Garwood, L. D. 
Meador, Burlington. 

Pleasant Grove — C. R. McCauley, 
Burlington, R. F. D. No. 3; W. J. 
Fitch. Burlington, R. P. D. No. 3; W. 

B. Sellnrs, Mebane, R. F. D. No. 3. 
Patterson — J. H. Bailiffe, Kinses- 

ville; \V. D. Adams, Burlington, It. 
F. D. No. 7; Wm. A. Tinnin, Burling- 
ton. R. F. D. No. 7; R. J. Thompson, 
Rock Creek, R. F. D. No 2. 

Colile — John Dixon, Burlington. R. 
F. D. No. 7; Joel A. Fogleman, Bur- 
lington, R. F. D. No. 1; C. F. Robert- 
son, Burlington, R. F. D. No. 7. 

Haw River — J. H. Blackinon. Haw 
River: H. Clay King, Haw River; W. 
P. Williamson. Haw River. 

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 Academy — J. M. Gilliam, 
Principal. Altamahaw, R. F. D. No. 1. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Weatherly, J. M.. Altamahaw. 

Iselev, W. L., Burlington. 

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., Shetuekit. 

Moore, R. H., Burlington. R. F. D. 

McPherson. Robert G.. Saxapahaw. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Dailey, E. L., Mebane, R. F. D 
No. 3. 

Kernodle. D. W., Altamahaw. 

Porterfield. J. L., Watson. 

Braxton. E. J., Snow Camp. 

McBane, M. C, Co.. Manndale. 

Murray, E. C, & Co., Mebane, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Stainback, J. W., Mebane, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Dickey, A. S., Haw River. R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Long, E., Burlington, R. F. D. 

Aldridge. L. H.. Union Ridge. 

Riddle. W. J., Saxapahaw. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

COTTON GINS. 

Munfer. J. W.. Graham. 

Thompson, Charles A., Graham. 

Dickey. A. S., Haw River, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Vincent. R. W., Watson. 

Cook Milling Co., Mebane, R. F. D. 

Dixon. Peter, Burlington, R. F. D. 

Patterson Bros., Burlington, R. 
F. D. 

Holt Milling Co., Altamahaw. 



SAW MILLS. 

Holt, Ben. B., Graham. 

Dickey, A. S., Haw River, R. F. D. 
No.5. 

Albright, Cad. A., Graham. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Culberson, R. H., Siler City. 

Arnette, D. W., Haw River. 

Thompson, Miss Flora, Haw River. 

Thompson, Miss Julia, Haw River. 

Cooper, Miss Jannie Allen, Haw 
River. 

Murray, Miss Lillian, Haw River. 

Shuler, C. H., Burlington, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Shuler. Mrs. C. H., Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Reitzel. Mrs. F. I., Burlington, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Stanford, Miss Lizzie, Mebane. 

Fentress, Miss Sallie, Pleasant Gar- 
den. 

Lindsay, S. G., Graham. 

Parker, Miss Lizzie. Graham. 

Browning, Miss, Graham. 

Carter, Miss Lillie, Granam. 

Smith, Mrs. W. L., Elon College. 

Farmer, Miss Macey, Elon College. 

Low r rance, Miss, Elon College. 

Holmes, G. W., Mebane. 

Crawford, Mrs. G. W., Mebane. 

Fowler, Miss Lillian, Mebane. 

Cerry, Miss Edna Lessie, Mebane. 

Love, Miss Viola, Burlington, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Lindlev, Miss Lillian, Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Andrews. Miss Ella, Burlington. 

Turner, Miss Lillian, Burlington. 

Smith. Miss Geneva, Liberty, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Crawford, Miss Ava, Graham. R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Branson, C. C, Burlington, R. F. D. 
No. 7. 

Barker, Miss Bertha, Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 8. 

Moore, Miss Georgia, Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Cates, S. H., Burlington, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Lindley, Miss Elsie, Snow Camp, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Coble, Miss Minnie, Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Stallings, Miss Lalah, Snow Camp, 

Zacharv, Miss Aska, Snow Camp, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Clapp, Miss Blanche, Mebane, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Clendenin, Miss Nina. Elon College. 

Woodburn, W. C, Pleasant Garden. 

Zimmerman, Miss Annie, C^bson- 
ville. 

Coble, Miss Ivy, Burlington, R.F.D. 

Howard, Miss Annie, Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Garrison, Miss Minnie, Mebane, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 



ALAMANCE COUNTY. 



67 



MurcMsou, Miss Bessie, Liberty, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Carter, Thomas C, Liberty, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Fleming, Kate H., Burlington, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Jones, C. L., Burlington, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

McCullock, J. C, Burlington, R. F. 
D. No. 8. 

Pickett, Miss lone, Burlington, R. F. 
D. No. 8. 

Homewood, Miss Elizabeth, Burling- 
ton, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Long, Miss Ava, Mebane, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Garwood, A. M., Burlington. 

Guthrie, Miss Ada, Burington. 

Ellis, Miss Mabel, Burlington. 

Stout, H. C, Burlington. 

Thompson, Miss Bessie. Burlington. 

Lashley, Miss Annie, Mebane, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Parish, Mrs. Bessie, Mebane. 

Compton, Miss Etta, Cedar Grove. 

Simpson, Miss Ida, Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 8. 

Stafford, T. C, Burlington. 

Nicholson, Miss Cara, Mebane. 

Ray, Miss Mamie, Graham. 

Mcintosh, Miss Fannie, Swepson- 
ville. 

Albright, Miss Flora, Swepsonville. 

Long, Miss Annie, Saxapanaw. 

Love, Miss Henrietta, Saxapahaw. 

McVey, Miss Maud, Snow Camp. 

Foust, L. M., Snow Camp, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Morrow, Miss Selina, Mebane, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Garrison, Miss Bettie, Burlington, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Amick, Miss Lula, Burlington, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Anderson, Miss Ella, Haw River. 
Green, Mrs., Haw River. 
Rogers, B., Haw River. 
Jeffries. Miss Kate, Graham. 
Duke, Miss Edna, Graham. 
. Goley, Miss Margarette, Graham. 
Ames, Miss Willie, Graham. 
Burch, Miss Lucy, Graham. 
Cooper, Miss Mary, Graham. 
Carter, Miss Mary, Graham. 
Singletarry, G. C, Burlington. 
Flick, Wm. A., Burlington. 
Carrick, Dee, Burlington. 
Posey, Miss Velony. Burlington. 
Webster, Miss Annie, Burlington. 
Mizelle, Miss Marsiarette, Burlington. 
Blue, Miss Ila, Burlington. 
Summers, Mrs. G. O., Burlington. 
Hornaday, Miss Bernice, Burlington. 
Stafford, Miss Susie, Burlington. 
Hancock, Miss Cornelia, Burlington. 
Fonville, Miss Mamie, Burlington. 
Isley, Mrs. W. C, Burlinpton. 
Daily, Miss Byrde, Burlington. 



Rice, Miss L. Mae, Burlington. 
Bason, Miss Celia, Burlington. 
Austin, Miss Delia, Burlington. 
Brown, Miss Mary W., Burlington. 
Lutterloh, Miss lone, Burlington. 



GRAHAM. 

Population, 1909: 3,150. 
No. white polls, 56S; No. colored 
polls, 117. 

Tax Rate: School, 30c. and town 
60c. on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $10,000; floating debt, 
$1,750. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. S. Cook. 

Chief of Police — Bright Jerrel!. 

City Clerk— Rev. S. VV. Oldham. 

Treasurer— Rev. S. W. Oldham. 

Tax Collector— Bright Jerrell. 

City Attorney— J. S. Cook. 

Postmaster — Heenan Hughes. 

R. R. Agent— W. H. Hobgood, 
Southern Railway. 

Express Agent — T. C. Montgomery. 

Telegraph Manager — W. HT Hoi> 
good, Western Union Telegraph Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — S. W. Oldham, Pastor. 

Christian — Rev. Mr. Smith, Pastor. 

Methodist — Thurman G. Vickers, 
Pastor. 

Presbyterian — E. C. Murray, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — Rev. W. C. 
Currie, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Graham Graded Schools — S. G. Lind- 
say, Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

The Vestal. 

Phillips House. 

Hunter, Mrs. C. S. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

National Bank of Alamance — J. L. 
Scott, Jr., President; C. A. Scott, 
Cashier. 

Citizens Bank — J. A. Long, Presi- 
dent; C. C. Thompson, Cashier. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Graham Home Building Co. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Parks & Jeffreys. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Hadley, A. M. , 

Rives, M. R., & Bro. 

Nicks, W. J. 

Albright, J. D., & Co. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Pickard, S. M. 

Black Bros. 

BARBERS. 

Edwards, Ed. 

Holt & McPherson. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 

Hadley & Hughes. 

Graham Buggy & Implement Co. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Oneida Cotton Mills. 

Sidney Cotton Mills. 



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COUNTY. 




Travara Cotton Mills. 


Black. J. T., & Bro. 




Leota Cotton Mills. 


Clark, A. A. 




River Falls Cotton Mills Co. 


Moore, C. E., & Co. 




Graham Hosiery Mill Co. 


Thomas Store Co. 




CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 


HARDWARE DEALERS. 




Graham Drug Co. 


Graham Hardware Co. 




Blackman & Farrell. 


INSURANCE AGENTS. 




Thomas Store Co. 


Graham Underwriters (Fire). 




Andrews, W. L. 


Thompson, C. C. (Fire). 




CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 


Tarpley, Charles A. (Life). 




Johnston, Sam T. 


JEWELERS. 




Nicholson & Lashley. 


Hadlev, Z. T. 




COAL, AND WOOD DEALERS. 


Loy, O. C. 




Moon Bros. 


LAUNDRIES. 




Graham Ice Co. 


Sing Lee. 




CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 


LIVERY STABLES. 




J. A. Long, President; C. A. Scott, 


Moore, W. C. 




Vice-President; J. S. Cook, Secretary; 


LUMBER M'F'R'S AND DEALERS. 




A. M. Hadley, Treasurer. 


Walker & McAdams. 




CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 


MACHINERY DEALERS. 




FURNISHERS. 


Graham Hardware Co. 




Hadley. A. M. 


PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 




Rives, M. R.. & Bro. 


Graham Hardware Co. 




COTTON GINS. 


PAINTERS. 




Thompson, Charles A. 


Tinnin, J. M. 




DENTISTS. 


Tinnin, Richard. 




Long, Will S.. Jr. 


PRODUCE DEALERS. 




DRUGGISTS. 


Thomas Store Co. 




Montgomery Drug Co. 


Black Bros. 




Graham Drug Co. 


Nicks, W. J. 




Thompson Drug Co. 


PLUMBERS. 




DOCTORS. 


Graham Water & Electric Co. 




Long, George W. 


PHOTOGRAPHERS. 




Goley, W. R. 


Anglin. J. M. 




Walker. Walter E. 


PRINTING OFFICES. 




Paris, O. J. 


Hughes & Foster. 




LAWYERS. 


NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 




Parker, E. S. 


Alamance Gleaner (Weekly) — J. D. 




Parker. E. S., Jr. 


Kernodle, Editor. 




Long, J. A. 


REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 




Cook. J. S. 


Cook & McCracken. 




Hughes, Heenan. 


SHINGLE DEALERS. 




Long, J. E. 


Walker & McAdams. 




Long, Dolph. 


UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 




DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 


Graham Undertakers. 




Albright. J. D.. & Co. 


WALL PAPER DEALERS. 




Rives. M. R., & Bro. 


Jesse Bradshaw. 




POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 


MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 




Graham Water and Electric Co. 


Scott-Mehane M'f'g Co. (Shirts and 




FRUIT DEALERS. 


overalls). 




Thomas -Store Co. 


Graham Milling Co. (Flouring 




Farrell. R. H. 
Nicks, W. J. 


Mills). 








Clark. A. A. 


BURLINGTON. 




Black Bros. 


Population, 1909: 6,000. 




Blaylock Bros. 


Tax Rate: 80c. on the $100. 




Norwood. A. W. 


Bonded debt. $1 40.000. 




FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 


Floating debt. $10,000. 




Nicks, W. J. 






FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 


TOWN OFFICERS. 




Farrell, R. H. 


Mayor — H. M. Love. 




Nicks, W. J. 


Chief of Police — J. L. Patillo. 




Bamm, H. 


City Clerk — J. P. Montgomery. 




FURNITURE DEALERS. 


Treasurer — J. P. Montgomery. 




Green & McClure Furniture Co. 


Tax Collector — H. F. Moore. 




GROCERS. 


City Attorney— W. H. Carroll. 




Norwood, A. W. 


Supt. of Health — L. A. Walker. 




Euliss. V. M. 


Postmaster — J. Zeb. Waller. 




Blavlock Bros. 


R. R. Agent — Geo. Somers. 




Farrell, R. H. 


Express Agent — John M. Coble. 




Nicks, W. J. 


Telegraph Manager — Carson Dur- 





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ham, Western Union and Postal. 


non, Secretary. 


MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 


CLOTHIERS AND MEN* 


Baptist — S. L. Morgan, Pastor. 


FURNISHERS. 


Christian — P. H. Fleming, Pastor. 


Sellars, B. A. 


Episcopal — E. L. Ogilby, Rector. 


Isley, J. A. 


Lutheran — C. B. Cox, Pastor. 


Goodman, B. 


Methodist — J. A. Hornaday, Pastor. 


Hays, W. E. 


Presbyterian — D. Mclver, Pastor. 


Anthony, Geo. W., Co. 


Reformed — J. D. Andrews, Pastor. 


DENTISTS. 


Methodist Protestant— J. D. Wil- 


Morrow, R. M. 


liams, Pastor. 


Brooks, J. H. 


SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 


Frost, J. S. 


Burlington Graded School — G. C. 


TOBACCO DEALERS. 


Singletarry, Principal. 


Paragon, The 


HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 


Foster, H. C. 


Ward Hotel. 


Tisdale, J. M. 


Newlin Hotel. 


DRUGGISTS. 


ARCHITECTS. 


Freeman Drug Co. 


Davis, Bob. 


Burlington Drug Co. 


Mitchell, A. C. 


Stroud. T. H. 


Nicholson, T. G. 


Bradley, A. 


BANKS AND BANKERS. 


DOCTORS. 


Alamance Loan & Trust Co. — J. M. 


Walker, L. A. 


Fix, Cashier. 


Faucette, T. S. 


First National Bank — A. L. Davis, 


Page, J. W. 


Cashier. 


Montgomery, H. M. 


BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 


Anderson, C. A. 


Alamance Home Building and Loan 


Freeman, P. A. 


Association. 


Stafford, W. G. 


BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 


Bohanan, T. A. 


Midway Brick Co. 


Moser, D. H. 


BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 


DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 


Foster Shoe Co. 


Goodman, B. 


Hart-Cates Shoe Co. 


Islev, J. A. 


BOOK STORES. 


Sellars, B. A. 


Neese, C. F. 


Whitted Bros. 


Stewart, J. 


Hay, W. E. 


BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 


Cooper Dry Goods Co. 


CATTLE. 


POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 


Allen & Isley. 


Burlington Electric Co. 


Malone & HufHnes. 


FRUIT DEALERS. 


CARRIAGE 3I'F'R'S. AND DEALERS 


Paragon, The 


Holt & May. 


Burlington Produce Co. 


Cardwell, N. S. 


FERTILIZER DEALEF* & M'F'R'S. 


Coble & Bradshaw. 


Trollinger, H. W. 


CLUBS. 


Dailey, J. G. 


Swannanoa Club. 


FLORISTS. 


COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 


Burke Furniture Co. 


Sharpe, S. 


Freeman Drug Co. 


Burlington Brokerage Co. 


FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 


COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 


Foster, H. M. 


Burlington Hosiery Mills. 


Fowler, T. B. 


Sellars Hosiery Mills. 


FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 


Whitehead Hosiery Mill. 


Sykes Bros. 


Daisy Hosiery Mill. 


Pettv Machine Co. 


Murray Hosiery Mill. 


FURNITURE DEALERS. 


CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 


Isley, J. A., Co. 


Tisdale, J. M. 


Burke Furniture Co. 


Riggan, D. H. 


M. B. Smith Furniture Co. 


CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 


GROCERS. 


Cates & Davis. 


Tisdale, J. M. 


Mitchell, A. C. 


Isley Bros. 


Nicholson, T. G. 


Spoon Bros. 


Spoon Bros. 


Moore, D. M. 


COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 


Florence & Walker. 


Trollinger, H. W. 


HARDWARE DEALERS. 


Cates, .T. W. 


Holt & May. 


Hall, R. J. 


Burlington Hardware Co 


CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 


Coble & Bradshaw. 


J. W. Murray, President; J. H. Ver- 


Isley, J. A., & Bro. 



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ALAMANCE COUNTY. 



INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Alamance Insurance Co. 
Central Loan & Trust Co. 
Piedmont Trust Co. 

JEWELERS. 
Neese. C. F. 
Stewart, J. 

LAUNDRIES. 
Chinese Laundry. 

LAWYERS. 
Carroll, W. H. 
Vernon, J. H. 
Dnmeron, E. S. W. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 
Anthony, Geo. W., Co. 
Hay, W. E. 

MARBLE WORKS. 
Clapp. J. H. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
Holt & May. 
Coble-Bradshaw Co. 
Newlin, .Tames. 
Pettv 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. 
Coble-Bradshaw Co. 
Burlington Hardware Co. 
Isley, J. A., & Bro. 

PAINTERS. 
Benson, E. W. 
Ireland, J. H. 
Isley, J. H. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Burlington Brokerage Co. 

PLUMBERS. 
Burlington Hardware Co. 
PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Ellis, C. B. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Sellars, C. V. 
Davenport Studio. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Workman Printing Co. 
Pate, S. D., & Davies. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Burlington News (Weekly) — O. F. 
Crowson. Editor. 

State-Dispatch (Weekly)— John E. 
Hart, Editor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Crowson. O. F. 
Sharpe, W. E. 
Murray, J. W. 
Cook, John M. 
Brown, Wm. 
Huffman, John R. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Cates, J. W. 
Anthony, Geo. W., Co. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS 
Burke Furniture Co. 
Cates & Davies. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Stockard, R. M. 



WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Sellars, C. V. 

HAW RIVER. 

Population, 1909: White, 1,500; col- 
colerd 50; total, 1,550. 

Value real estate, $600,000; value 
personal property, $225,000. 
Postmaster — S. A. Vest. 
Deputy Sheriff— C. D. Dawson. 
R. R. Agent— S. A. Vest, Southern 
Railway. 

Express Agent— S. A. Vest, Southern 
Express Co. 

Manager Telegraph— C. R. Faiicett, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist Protestant— A. H. BryanS, 
Pastor. 

Methodist Episcopal— W. H. Moore, 
Pastor. 
Baptist — D. W. Arnett, Pastor. 
Christian— Rev. Mr. Wickers, Pastor. 
Y. M. C. A.— D. W. Arnett, Secretary. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Aycock Graded School— D. W. Ar- 
nett, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Granite Savings and Trust Co. — B. S. 
Robertson, President; J. A. Long, 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 
McPherson, C. W. 
McPherson, J. W. 

DRUGGISTS. 
McClarty, 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 
Blaekman, J. H. 
McClure, Mrs. L. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
McPherson Bros. 
Crutchfield, W. J. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
The Holt-Granite M'f'g Co. 



MEBANE. 

Incorporated in 1902. 

Population, 1909: White, 900; col- 
ored. 100; total, 1.000. 

Value real estate, about $150,000; 
value personal property, about $109,- 
000. 

Tax Rate: 33 l-2c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— J. T. Shaw. 

Postmaster — S. Arthur White. 

Chief of Police— Roy Thompson. 

R. R. Agent— I. L. Ferree, South- 
ern Railway Co. 

Manager Telegraph— E. Y. Fai'vell, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Southern Express Co.— I. L. Ferree, 
Agent. 



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MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — F. M. Hawley, Pastor. 

Methodist Episcopal — M. M. McFar- 
land. Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — Geo. W. 
Holmes, Pastor. 

Baptist — No Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Mebane Graded School. 

Bingham School. (Outside corpor- 
ate limits). 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Merchants & Farmers — J. B. Mason, 
(Durham), President; S. G. Morgan, 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

York, N. D. 

Tate, W. N. 

Wells, J. M. 

DRUGGISTS. 

White, F. L. 

Mebane Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Holmes-Warren Co. 

Katz. David. 

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, I. H. 

Smith, C. C. 

JEWELERS. 

J. T. Shaw. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

White House. 

Mebane House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Meles. M. B. (Livery.) 

Warren & Warren, i Sales). 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Mebane Home Builders Association 
DENTISTS. 

Crawford. E. A. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Morsran, S. G. 

White. J. S. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Mebane Leader (Weekly) — J. O. 
Fov, Editor. 

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. 

Mebane Iron Bed Co. 



ELON COLLEGE. 

Incorporated in 1893. 

Population, 1909: White, 225; 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 Police— D. C. Holt. 

R. R. Agent— H. D. Lambeth, South- 
ern Railway Co. 

Manager Telegraph — Rev. L. I. Cox, 
The Elon Party Line. 

3IINISTERS 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 TJRQTJHART NEW- 
MAN, Ph.D., Lit.D., D.D.. Professor 
of Greek and Biblical Literature. 

REV. WALTON CRUMP WICKER, 
B.A., M.A., Litt. D., Professor Mathe- 
mathics and Philosophy. 

WALTER PHALTI LAWRENCE, 
Ph.B., M.A., Professor of English 
Language and Literature. 

WILLIAM ALLEN HARPER. B.A.. 
M.A.. Professor of Latiu Language 
and Literature. 

NED FAUCETT BRANNOCK, B.A., 
M.A., Professor of Physics and Chem- 
istry. 

A. LEGGETTE LINCOLN, B.A., In- 
structor in Science and French. 

THOMAS C. AMICK, B.A., M.A., Ph. 
D., History and Preparatory Depart- 
ment. 

MISS FLORENCE WILSON. (New 
England Conservatory and Munich), 
Director Vocal and Instrumental 
Music and Harmonv. 

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 ETHEL CLEMENTS, Elo- 
cution and Physical Culture. 

REV. FRANK S. CHILD, D.D., Lec- 
turer on Literature and History. 

RUSSELL A. CAMPBELL. Director 
of Gollege Band. 

MISS MAMIE TATE. Librarian. 

MRS. ROSE MACHEN, Preceptress. 
West Dormitory. 

PROF.- HARPER, Supervisor. West 
and East Dormitories. 

MRS. FLORINE PEACE. Stew- 
ardess, West Dormitory. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Elon Public School— Mrs. W. L. Smith, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Elon Banking and Trust Co. — O. B. 
Barns, President; J. Fletcher Seniors, 
Cashier. 



ALAMANCE— ALEXANDER. 



DOCTORS. 

Watson. G. S. 

GENERAL, MERCHANDISE. 

Reitzel, M. A. 

Elon Supply Co., The 
Saunders, J. M. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Huffman. 
Boone, Rev. C. A. 
Clendeuin, Mrs. J. S. 
Brown, D. W. 
Jones, Mrs. Sadie. 



LIVERY STABLES. 

Cook, M. R. 
Brown, D. W. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

The Christian Sun (Weekly)— J. O. 
Atkinson, Editor. 

The Elon College Weekly— W. P. 
Lawrence, Editor. 

.MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Elon Lumber Co. 

Swananoah M'f'g Co. (Hosiery). 

Elon Milling Co. (Flour and Lum- 
ber). 



ALEXANDER COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, TAYLORSYILLE. 

Population: (Census 1010), 11,592. 

Formed in 1S47. Named in honor of Alexander family, noted in Revolu- 
tionary history. 

Area: 300 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $017,571; value of personal property, $8S1.192. 

Property listed in 1010, by whites, $1,740,036; by negroes, $14,864. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 55; for negroes, 5. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 22c. on the $100; special, 15c. County 
bonded debt. $S,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 

Peoples Telephone Company, assessed value 2,554.00 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 847.30 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value ' 25S.65 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value. 2,040.00 

Superior Court Terms: On second Monday before the first Monday in 
March (one week) ; on third Monday after first Monday in September (two 
weeks). 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — Charles B. 
Matheson, Taylorsville. 

Sheriff — R. A. Adams, Hiddenite. 

Register of Deeds — W. H. Carson, 
Taylorsville. 

Treasurer — A. A. Deal, Taylorsville, 
R. F. D. 

Coroner — W. R. Childers, Taylors- 
ville. 

Surveyor — W. W. Teaffue, Bentley. 

Co. Supt. of Health— O. L. Hollar, 
Taylorsville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — A. F. Sharpe, 
Stony Point. 

Sunt, of County Home — J. L. Isen- 
honr, Taylorsville, R. F. D. 

Co. Board of Education — H. J. 
Burke. Tavlorsville, R. F. D. ; R. L. 
Downs, Taylorsville, R. F. D. ; V. W. 
Teague, Taylorsville, R. F. D. 

County Commissioners — J. T. Hed- 
rick (chrm.). Stony Point; J. M. Deal 
Dealville; W. A. Barkley, Mount 
Pisgah. 

County Board of Elections — S. P. 
Williams, (chrm.), Tavlorsville, R. F. 
D. ; John W. Watts. Taylorsville, R. 
F. D. ; A. L. Watts, Stony Point. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Millers Township — M. L. Lentz, 



Stony Point, R. F. D. 

Sharpes — P. F. Somers, Stony Point; 
Thos. F. Murdock. Hiddenite; W. F. 
Patterson. Hiddenite. R. F. D. 

Gwaltney s — J. P. Stephenson, Hid-' 
denite, R. F. D. ; J. P. Hendren, 
Mount Pissah; R. F. Sharpe, Jr., Hid- 
denite, R. F. D. 

'Sugar Loaf — R. R. Kerley, Taylors- 
ville. R. F. D. 

Little River — J .D. Brookshire, Tay- 
lorsville, R. F. D. 

FJlendale— W. E. White, Tavlors- 
ville. R. F. D. ; J. A. Cline, Dealville. 

Wittenburge— H. W. Fox, Mt. 
Bethel; A. W. Robinson, Bentley. 

Taylorsville — J. M. Matheson, Tay- 
lorsville; R. F. Cobb, Taylorsville; G. 
W. Thompson, Taylorsville, R. F. D. ; 
S. C. Austin, Liledoun. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Bumgarner, W. J., Taylorsville, R. 
F. D. 

Bumgarner, G. Z., Taylorsville, R. 
F. D. 

Pool, D. A. Hiddenite, R. F. D. 

Gwaltney, Jay, Taylorsville, B 
F. D. 

Gwaltney, Parks. Hiddenite, R. F.D. 

Johnson, Rev. Mr., Stony Point. 



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SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Uiddenite High School — D. J. 

Croinartie, Principal, Hiddenite. 

Stony Point 'State School — J. L. 
Teague, Principal. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

King, Ed. S., Mount Pisgah. 

Hunter, J. Mc, Stony Point. 

Leeper, D. H., Hiddenite. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Dealville Tanning Co., Dealville. 

Ellis, I. W., Taylorsville, R. F. D. 

Ailams, R. A., Hiddenite. 

Beckham. W. C, Hiddenite. 

Lackey, R. C, & Son, Hiddenite. 

Watts, J. W., Co., Stony Point. 

Hines, B. F., Stony Point. 

Williams Bros., Taylorsville, R.F.D. 

Bowman, G. P., Taylorsville, R. 
F. D. 

Alspausrh Cotton Mills, Taylorsville, 
R. F. D. 

Watts, J. W., Liledoun. 

Smith, Jackson, Hiddenite, R. F. D. 

White, J. E.. Taylorsville, R. F. D. 

Bibber, Jno. Taylorsville, R. F. D. 

Starnes, R. W., Mt. Bethel. 

Childers, J. M., Taylorsville, R.F.D. 

Martin. .T. M.. Taylorsville, R. F. D. 

McLain, W. F., Hiddenite, R. F. D. 
COTTON GINS. 

Watts M'f'g Co., Liledoun. 

Alspaugh Cotton Mills, Taylorsville, 
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. 

Sharpe, A. F., Stony Point. 

McLeod. R. B., Taylorsville. 

Reese, C. P., Taylorsville. 

Pharr, A. M., Statesville. 

Holland, P. D., New Hope. 

Hefner. C. P., Taylorsville. 

Stafford, Perry, Taylorsville. 



Harris, Miss Tempie, Stonly Point. 
Hendren, Roy, Taylorsville. 
Gryder, D. E., Stony Point. 
Hendren, Miss Lula, Taylorsville. 
Lowrance, J. A., Hiddenite. 
Barnes, R. S., Taylorsville. 
Mahappy, R. A., Hiddenite. 
Mayberry, W. G., New Hope. 
Fox, Miss Ollie, Taylorsville. 
Gwaltney, Miss Elsie, Taylorsville. 
McLain, Jeff. C, Hiddenite. 
Bradford, Miss Annie, Taylorsville. 
Gryder, W. W., Taylorsville. 
Gryder, Mrs. W. W., Taylorsville. 
Greene, Mrs. Lizzie, Hiddenite. 
Echerd, J. B., Taylorsville. 
Williams, Miss Maud, Hiddenite. 
Martin, Miss Ella, Stony Point. 
Campbell, Miss Nora, Hiddenite. 
Marsh, Miss Maggie, Hiddenite. 
Bogle, W. Z., Hiddenite. 
Teague, L. W., Dealsville. 
Stephenson, Chas., Hiddenite. 
Pritchard, M. R., Hiddenite. 
Teague, V. W., Jr., Dealville. 
Cline, R. C, Taylorsville. 
Cline, J. A.. Taylorsville. 
Teague, E. W., Mt. Bethel. 
White, J. A., Taylorsville. 
Cromartie, B. J., Hiddenite. 
White, Miss Lila, Hiddenite. 
Shell, Miss Helen, Taylorsville. 
Brooks, Miss Louise, Taylorsville. 
Trivett, R. C, Taylorsville. 
Austin, R. S., Taylorsville. 
Bowman, W. O., Taylorsville. 
Williams, W. H.. Hiddenite. 



TAYLORSVILIjE. 

Incorporated in 1853. 

Population, 1909: White, 525; col- 
ored, 40; total, 565. 

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 — Linn Moore, Pastor. 

Methodist— E. Myers, Pastor. 

A. R. P. — No Pastor. 

Lutheran— C. D. Smith. Pastor, 
Claremont. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

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. 

Burke, J. H. 

Burke, R. B. 



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Gwaltney, J. L. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Hollar Drug Co. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Mountain Scout (Weekly) — J. P. 
Babington, Editor. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Bee Hive. 

Barnes & Feimster. 

Pool, O. F., & Co. 

Watts, James. 

Barnes, J. B. 

Alexander Hardware Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Campbell House. 



Taylorsville Inn. 
Campbell, H. T. 
Elder, J. T. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Elder, J. T. 

Campbell, H. T., & Son. 

Ecberd, J. P. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Taylorsville Cotton Mill. 

Taylorsville Milling Co. 

Conolly & Teague. (Veneer Mill.) 

Barnes, I. A. 

Goodwin & Ingram. 

Correll, W. D. 



ALLEGHANY COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, SPARTA. 



Population: (Census 1910), 7,745. 

Formed in 1859. Name derived from range of mountains In wbieta it is 
located. 

Area: 300 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $493,405; value personal property, $5SS,199.30. 
■ Property listed in 1910, by whites, $1,070,608.30; by negroes, $10,996. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 41; for negroes, 3. 

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 $ 294.00 

Superior Court Terms: Fourth Monday in March; second Monday before 
the first Monday in September. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— S. F. Thompson, 
Sparta. 

Sheriff— S. C. Richardson. Stratford. 

Register of Deeds — G. D. Brown, 
Sparta. 

Treasurer— S. C. Richardson, Strat- 
ford. 

Coroner— W. R. Craft, Brooks. 

Surveyor — Colonel Fender. White- 
head. 

Co. Supt. of Health— B. O. Choate, 
M. D.. Sparta. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — Wm. F. .Toines, 
Stratford. 

Supt. of County Home — Thos. Nich- 
ols, Sparta. 

Co. Board of Education — .T. W. Pool, 
(chrm.), Stratford: Eugene Transon. 
Stratford; J. L. Joines, Edwards X 
Roads. 

Cotinty Commissioners — J. A. Mc- 
Millan (chrm.). Mouth of Wilson, Va. ; 
H. C. Edwards, Laurel Springs; J. M. 
Wagoner, Vox. 

County Board of Elections — C. A. 
Douschton. Snarta ; .Tno. M. Wagoner, 
Sparta : W. B. Reeves. Whitehead. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Cranberry Township — W. F. Dough- 
ton, D. S. Wvatt. J. C. Moxlev, Math 
Pruitt. .T. M. Blevins, J. J. Miller. 
Laurel Springs. 

Cherry Lane — J. L. Hackler, Cherry 
Lane: Wayne Thompson, Hooker; T. 
C. Higgins, J. .T. Atwood. Cherry 



Lane; G. W. Miles. Miles; C. W. 
Smith. Laurel Branch. 

Gap Civil— H. M. Crouse, D. C. 
Reeves. Ellis Billings, Sparta ; J. C. 
Roup. C. W. Edwards, Sparta; E. C. 
Anders, Walls ; J. P. Anders, Glade 
Creek. 

Glade Creek— J. F. Pool, T. J. 
Tarico, R. F. Edwards. Eunice; A. O. 
Carico. Edmonds; A. N. Combs, Eu- 
nice; T. R. Franklin, Hare. 

Prathers Creek— H. D. Estep, W. E. 
Sturgill. R. A. Price. Stratford; N. C. 
Shepherd, Scottville: W. F. Jones, 
Olney ; W. H. Weaver, Peden ; J. L. 
Smith. Peden. 

Piney Creek— F. .T. Pugh, W. F. 
Parsons. Piney Creek ; F. A. Mitchell, 
Piney Creek : C. J. Wyatt, Piney 
Creek; S. T. Shnpe. Piney Creek. 

Whitehead— J. W. Roup, J. W. 
Evans. Whitehead ; T. A. Edwards, 
Brooks; Tno. M. Richardson, F. M. 
Crouse. Whitehead. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Primitive Baptist— W. R. Craft, 
Brooks; M. B. Martin, Bledsoe: S. U. 
1 Atwood, Stratford : Isom Fender, 
Whitehead : H. C. Nichols, Vox. 

M. E. Church, South— J. B. Dough- 
! ton, Sparta. 

Presbyterian — C. C. Beam, Sparta. 

Union Baptist — A. McKnight, Cherry 
Lane. 

Missionary Baptist — Geo. Reeves. 
Lamar. 



ALLEGHANY COUNTY. 



SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Elk Creek Academy — S. W. Brown, 
Principal, Stratford. 

New Hope — J. L. Critcher, Principal, 
Plainfleld. 

Scottville Academy — 0. R. Black, 
Principal, Piney Creek. 

Laurel Springs — J. T. Evans. Prin- 
cipal, Piney Creek. 

Whitehead Academy — C. G. Fender, 
Principal, Whitehead. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Reeves. B. E., Lamar. 

Waddell, B. C, Scottville. 

Smith, Talmage, Anna. 

Coomes, W. H., Edmonds. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Dickson, C. M., Laurel Springs. 

Gentry, W. R., Edwards X Roads. 

Woodruff, A. A., Nile. 

Estep, James, Stratford. 

Fields, J. C, Amelia. 

Caudill, J. F., Air Bellows. 

Evans, J. T.. Pinev Creek. 

Wright, C. H., Saddle. 

Mainea, John. & Son, Nile. 

Miles. J. T.. Cherry Lane. 

Gentry. R. H., & Son. Cherrv Lane. 
FLOIR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Sparta Roller Mill. Sparta. 

Osborn's Roller Mill, Amelia. 

Bull Head Burr Mills Walls 
SAW MIEES. 

Joines, J. L., Edwards X Roads. 

Carson, A. S., & Co.. Sparta. 

Richardson. Robert. Anna. 

DENTISTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Reeves. C. A., Laurel Springs. 
PUBLIC SCHOOE TEACHERS. 

Sanders, C. M., Piney Creek. 

Perry, G. A.. Piney Creek. 

Roup. Miss Nannie, Pinev Creek. 

Foard, R. A., Month of Wilson, Va. 

Hash, C. L., Piney Creek. 

Roup. Lester. Piney Creek. 

Paisley, Willie M.', Mouth of Wil- 
son, Va. 

Cheek. Miss Mamie. Whitehead. 

Edwards, Miss Alice, Whitehead. 

Wagoner. Miss Ella, Whitehead. 

Cheek, Miss Maude. Whitehead. 

Fender, C. G., Whitehead. 

Paisley. J. I., Laurel Springs. 

Pugh, R. L.. Laurel Springs. 

Moxley, Evrets, Laurel Springs. 

Joines. M. F., Laurel Springs. 

Gentry, Miss Etta. Laurel Springs. 

McKnight, C. S., Cherry Lane. 

Wagoner, W. G.. Vox. 

Andrews. Mack. Hare. 

Brown. Miss Hattie, Hare. 

Woodruff, R. D., Cherrv Lane. 

Franklin, T. R., Eunice, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Andrews, Walter, Eunice. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Luffman. R. M.. Edmonds. 

Collins, W. H., Edwards X-Roads. 

Sparks, J. C. Edwards X-Roads. 

Andrews, J. K.. Hooker. 



Smith, Carl P., Eunice, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Francis, I. T., Furches, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Perkins. W. F., Scottville. 

McMillan, Miss Florence, Scottville. 

Carson, Miss Callie, Scottville. 

Miller, J. E., Peden. 

Black, Miss Lura, Piney Creek, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Fields, Miss Pearl, Furches, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Critcher, J. L., Furches, R. F. D. 

McMillan, L. C. Furches, R. F. D. 

Brown, S. W., Sparta. 

Cox, Miss Cynthia. Stratford. 

Joines, Miss Minnie, Stratford. 

Holcombe, Geo. M., Sparta. 

Hampton, Miss Althea, Sparta. 

Anderson, O. R., Sparta. 

Craft. W. R., Jr., Brooks. 

Reeves, Miss Jennie, Anna. 

Moxley, Miss Bettie, Delphia. 

Joines, A. O., Stratford. 

Woodruff, Miss Sadie, Independence, 
Va., R. F. D. No. 1. 

Gentry, Charlie, Nile. 

Fender, L. W., Glade Creek. 

Truitt, Click, Bledsoe. 



SPAHTA. 

Incorporated in 1S81. 

Population, 1910: White, 475; col- 
ored, 30; total, 505. 

Value real estate, .$95,000; value per- 
sonal property, $S*,000. 

Postmaster — Mrs. Meroyn Cheek. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

M. E. Church, South— J. C. Keever, 
Pastor. 

Baptist — George Reeves, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Sparta Institute — Geo. M. Holcombe, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

The Bank of Sparta — R. A. Dough- 
ton, President; T. J. Carson, Jr., 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Choate, B. 

Doughton, J, L. 

LAWYERS. 

Doughton, R. A. 

Wagoner, Jno. M. 

Cheek, George. 

Fields. W. C. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Hackler. R. H., & Co. 

Edwards. W. S. 

Fields. F. P. 

Reeves, D. C. 

Anderson. Ed. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Sparta. 

The Jones House. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

The Star (Weekly) — A. S. Carson, 
Editor. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

The Richardson Wagon & Buggy Co. 



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ANSON i 'i H'XTY. 



ANSON COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, WADESBORO. 



Population: (Census 1910), 25,465. 

Formed in 1766. Named in honor of Admiral Anson. 

Area: 461 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $2,064,159; value of personal property, $1,417,843. 

Property listed in 1909. by whites, $3,214,128; by negroes, $297,874. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 44; for negroes, 41. 

Tax Bate: County purposes, 20c. on the $100; roads, 25c; special, 10c. 

Public Roads: No. miles graded, 45. Worked by convict labor. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMFANIES. 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, 13.90 miles, assessed value $407,352.98 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 3,836.90 

Wadesboro Telephone Company, assessed value 5,500.00 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Company, 27.58 miles, assessed value. 553,019.82 

Pullman Company, assessed value 4,881.66 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 4,238.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 14.666.93 

Norwood Electric and Water Company, assessed value 888.00 

Wadesboro Sewerage Company, assessed value 2,500.00 

Superior Court Terms: January 16th (1 week) criminal; March 6th (two 
weeks), civil; June 12th (one week), civil; September 11th (one week), 
criminal; October 9th (two weeks), civil. 



Clerk of Court — W. K. Boggan, 
Wadesboro. 

Sheriff — R. J. Lowery, Wadesboro. 

Register of Deeds — D. M. Johnson, 
Morven. 

Treasurer — Plyde P. Marsh, Wades- 
boro. 

Coroner — Adam Green, Wadesboro. 

Surveyor— A. F. Lyman, Lilesville. 

County Supt. of Schools — J. M. Wall, 
Wadesboro, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Supt. County Home — J. B. Henry, 
Wadesboro. 

County Board of Education — E. P. 
Liles. Lilesville; C. H. Rivers, J. L. 
Pratt, Morven. 

Countv Commissioners — H. B. Al- 
len (chrm), Wadesboro; E. F. McRae, 
White Store; J. D. McGregor, Liles- 
ville. 

County Board of Elections — R. L. 
Hardison, Wadesboro; John W. Kiker, 
Polkton : A. D. Griffith, Peachland. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Wadesboro Township — J. A. Little, 
J. J. Medley, A. W. Coppedge, J. L. 
Edwards. Wadesboro. 

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. D. No. 1; W. E. Pen- 
nington, Morven. 

Gulledffe— M. W. Gaddy, Wadesboro, 
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; L. D. Smith, Polkton. 

Burnsville — S. J. Turner, Polkton, 
R. F. U. No. 3; T. E. Monroe, Peach- 
land, R. F. D. No. 1; J. W. Thomas, 
Polkton. R. F. D. No. 2. 

Ansonville — S. M. Clarke, Ansonville, 
R. F. D. No. 1; I. H. Sullivan, M. T. 
Ballard, Jr., Ansonville. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Baptist — R. D. Redfearn, White 
Store, R. F. D. No. 1 ; J. A. Sumrney, 
Wadesboro ; J. P. Harris, Pee Dee, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Diamond Hill Academy — H. M. Bau- 
com, Principal, Polkton, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Gum Springs School — jr 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. 
D. No. 2. 

Ross, A. S., Polkton, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Battle & Battle, Pee Dee. 

Bonsai & Co., Pee Dee. 

Hendlev, A. E., Ansonville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Dunlap, Mr.. Ansonville. R.F.D.No. 1. 

McRae, E. E., White Store, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Lowery, M. S., Wadesboro. R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

COTTON GINS. 

Home, J. D., Wadesboro. 

Allen, J. T., Wadesboro. 

Little, John R., Wadesboro, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 



ANSON COUNTY. 



Ross, J. F., Ansonville. 

Smith. W. A., Ansonville. 

Haynie, H., Wadesboro, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Ledbetter, G. S., Wadesboro, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Diggs Bros., Morven, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Gulledge, Chewning & Co., Wades- 
boro, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Collins, A. L., Hornesboro, S. C, R. 
F. D. 

Carpenter, S .B., Ansonville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Dunlap, D. R., Ansonville, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Dunlap, T. B., Ansonville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Hyatt, M. W., Ansonville, 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. 

McSwain, J. E., Ansonville, R. F. i 
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, J. 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. .T. 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. 

Home, T. A., Lilesville. 

Boylin, Mrs. J. G., Wadesboro. 

McGregor, J. D.. Lilesville. 

Seago, J. B„ Lilesville. 

Little, H. W., Wadesboro. 

Rntliff & 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. 
D. No. 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. No. 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. 1. 

Caudle & Griffin, Polkton. 

Harris, S. K., Polkton. 

Little, George T., wadesboro, R. F. 
D. No. 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. . • 

Hough, P. L., Wadesboro, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Sullivan, J. W., Wadesboro. 

Caple. J. T. & R. E., Wadesboro, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Carpenter, J. W., Peachland. 
FLOUR. CORN AND FEED BULLS. 

Coxe, T. C. WadesDoro. 

McLendpn, 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. 

Harris, S. K., Polkton. 

Jerman Bros., Wadesboro. 
PUBLIC P^TTOOE TEACHERS. 

Mclver. J. H.. Wadesboro. 

Hill, W. R., Lilesville. 

Harris. J. P., Lilesville. 

Massey. .T. E. T., McFarlan. 

Oawford, J. C. Morven. 

Humbert. W. H., Polkton. 

Dees, Fred., Peachland. 

Bnwman, M. Oscar, Polkton, R. 
F. D. 

Monroe, T. E., Polkton, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Redfearn, R. D., Polkton, R. F. D. 
No. L". 

Morgan, Eugene, Polkton, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

May, Miss Mary, Wadesboro. 

Brent, Miss Jennie B., Wadesboro. 



ANSON COUNTY. 



Terrell. Miss Ethel, Wadesboro. 
McKelthan, Miss Daisy, Wadesboro. 
Moore, Miss Rosa, Wadesboro. 
Turner, Miss Bernice, Wadesboro. 

Gatewood, Miss Nannie, Wadesboro. 

Byrd, Miss (;enie, Wadesboro. 

Watkins, Miss Phoebe, Wadesboro. 

Pone. 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, Morveu. 

Liles. Miss Sallie, Morven. 

May, Miss Mary B., Morven. 

Mobre, Miss Estelle, Wadesboro. 

Byrd, Miss Corrie, Wadesboro. 

Jones, Miss Magsie, Wadesboro, R. 
F. D. 

Jones, Miss Fannie, Wadesboro, R. 
F. D. 

Ratliff, Miss Mary E., Wadesboro, 
R. F. D. 

Griggs. Miss Annie, Wadesboro, R. 
F. D. 

Hendley, Miss Nora, Wadesboro. 

Shelleni, Miss Nelle, Marshville, R. 
F. D. 

Lockhart, Miss Myra, Polkton. R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Hvatt. Miss Bessie, Polkton, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Waddell. Miss Oussie. Ansonville. 

Lentz. Miss Lizzie. Ansonville. 

Maner. Miss Addie, Ansonville. 

Kendall. Miss Jessie. Ansonville. 

Kendall. Miss Fronie. Ansonville. 

Brasington, Mrs. Olivette, Cedar 
Hill. 

Tance. Charlie. Polkton. R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Moore. Miss Annie. Polkton, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

/Baucom, H. M., Polkton, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Hvatt. Miss Bessie. Polkton, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Goodman, Miss Lila, Polkton, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Goodman. Paul E.. Polkton. R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Kindall. Grover, Ansonville. 

Davis. Doualass. Ansonville. 

Smith. D. W., Polkton. 

Harper. Miss. Wadesboro. 

Walker. Miss. Wadesboro. 

WADESBORO. 

Population, 1910, 4,500. 

No. white polls. 265: No. colored 
polls. 92. 

Value real estate and personal 
property, $9S7,7S2. 

Tax Rate: $1.10 on the $100 and 
$1.60 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. Agent— Z. T. Slattery, 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. 

Methodist — J. H. West, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — R. M. Mann, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEJIIES. 

Wadesboro Graded School— J. H. 
Mclver, Supt. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

National Hotel. 

Klondyke Hotel. 

Flake House. 

Benton House. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Lawsou, 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. Bums, Jr., 
Cashier. 

Southern Savings Bank — John T. 
Patrick, President; W. M. Morton, 
Cashier. 

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. 

Ilardison Co. 

Bennett Bros. 

Huntley, W. J. 

Allen, H. B., & Co. 

Allen, F. C, & Son. 

Ashcraft. K. W. 

Medley & Wall. 

Crowder, J. A. 

Hightower, F. M. 

BOOK STORES. 

Crowder. B. H. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Rhvne, P. T. 

Howell, W. B. 

Redfearn, R. J. W. 

Harrington, Carl. 

CARRIAGE DEALERS. 

Blalock Hardware Co. 



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COUNTY. 79 


Wadesboro Live Stock Co. 


Crowder, J. A. 


Little, H. W. 


POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 


Little, J. J. 


Municipal ownership. 


CLUBS. 


FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 


Wadesboro Wide- A- Wake Club. 


Wadesboro Oil Mill. 


COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 


Little, H. W., & Co. 


Parsons & Hardison. 


Home, J. D. 


McKeithan. H. H. 


Leak & Marshall. 


Alien, J. F. 


Huntley, L. J. 


COTTON MILLS. 


Hardison Co. 


Wadesboro Cotton Mill Co. 


FLORISTS. 


CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 


Fitzgerald, T. J., Jr. 


Pinkston. J. T., & Son. 


FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 


Hanna, E. L. 


Rhyne, P. T. 


Gatewood. D. E. 


Medley, J. J. 


Burns Bros. 


Reid Brothers. 


Pinkston, W. N. 


FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 


Tice, J. T. 


Morgan Bros. 


McRae, J. A. 


FURNITURE DEALERS. 


Jeans, W. N. 


Gathiugs Furniture Co. 


Hill, J. E. C. 


Cox, H. H. 


Redfearn, R. J. W. 


GROCERS. 


Tarlton, V. P. 


Parsons & Hardison. (Wholesale.) 


CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 


Pinkston, J. T., & Son. 


Lawson, C. A. 


Redfearn, J. T. 


Wadesboro Brick & Lumber Co. 


Gatewood, D. E. 


Everette, D. J. 


Winfree, Elias. 


Bowman, C. C. 


Hightower, F. M. 


Preslar, J. S. 


Odom, J. W. 


Lindsay, S. J. 


Redfearn, R. J. W. 


Fort, G. W. 


Nash, John. 


COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 


Colson, 0. K. 


Wadesboro Oil Mill. 


Hill, J. E. C. 


CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 


Jeans, W. N. 


F, C. Parsons,' President. 


McRae, J. A. 


CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 


Tice. J. T. 


FURNISHERS. 


Caraway, T. T. 


Liles. W. H. 


Tarlton, V. F. 


Wadesboro Clothing & Shoe Co. 


Burns Bros. 


Allen, H. B., & Co. 


Hardison Co. 


Medley & Wall. 


HARDWARE DEALERS. 


Ashcraft, K. W. 


Blalock Hardware Co. 


COTTON GINS. 


Covington, B. G. 


Wadesboro Oil Mill (2). 


Jeans, W. N. 


Sullivan, Jesse. 


INSURANCE AGENTS. 


Lampley, Robert. 


Marshall & Little ("Life and Fire.) 


DEPARTMENT STORES. 


Steele, W. Leak, (Life and Fire). 


The Busy Corner Department Store. 


Anson Real Estate & Insurance Co. 


Wadesboro Drv Goods Co. 


(Life and Fire). 


DENTISTS. 


McGregor, D. A., (Life and Fire). 


Huntley, Roy M. 


JEWELERS. 


Boyette. J. M. 




Gray, W. F. 


Bowman. R. L. 


DRUGGISTS. 


Crowder, B. H. 


Parsons Drug Co. 


LAUNDRIES. 


Zoo Pharmacy. 


Allen, J. F., Agt. Charlotte Steam 


Pee Dee Pharmacv. 


Laundry. 


DOCTORS. 


LAWYERS. 


Ashe, E. S. 
Bennett, J. H. 


Bennett, John T. 


Covington, J. M. 
Covington, J. M., Jr. 
Ross, R. D. 


Dunlap, F. L. 
Robinson & Caudle. 
Lockhart, James A. 


McLendon & Thomas. 


DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 


Brock, W. E. 


Wadesboro Dry Goods Co. 


Coxe, Fred J. 


Liles, W. H. 


Gulledge, J. W. 


Bennett Bros. 


Dunlap, F. W. 


Huntley, W. J. 


Boggan, H. S. 


Ashcraft, K. W. 


Williams, L. B. 



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LUMBER M'F'R'S AND DEALERS. 

Wadesboro Brick & Lumber Co. 
Everette. D. J. 
Fort, George W. 

MARBLE WORKS. 
Wadesboro Marble & Granite Fin- 
ishing Co. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
Blalock Hardware Co. 
Little. II. W., & Co. 
Covington, B. G. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Parsons Drug Co. 
Blalock Hardware Co. 
Covington, B. G. 

PAINTERS. 
B. R. Hill. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Jeans, W. N. 
Rhyne, 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 (Semi-Weekly) — W. C. 
Bivens, Editor. 

The Messenger-Intellisreneer (Semi- 
Weekly— J. G. Boylin. Editor. 
PRINTING OFFICES. 
Lowe. John. & Son. (Job Printers.) 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Anson Real Estate & Ins. Co. 
Odom. J. W. 
Gulledge. John W. 
Patrick. J. T. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Caudle. T. L. 

Wadesboro Brick & Lumber Co. 
Odom. J. W. 
BI'ILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 
Anson Building and Loan Associa- 
tion. 

Wadesboro Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation. 

UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Gathinsrs Coffin & Casket Co. 
Shepherd. S. S. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Gathincrs Furniture Co. 
Cox, H. H. 

LIVERY' STABLES. 
Wadesboro Live Stock Co. 
Bryant, M. W. 
Mills. J. D. 
Huntlev & Martin. 
Coward. D. E. 
Little. J. J. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Wadesboro Cotton Mill. 

Wadesboro Silk Mill Co. 

Wadesboro Furniture Co. 

Wadesboro Oil Co. (Cotton seed oil, 
fertilizer and ice.) 

Wadesboro Pepsi-Cola Bottling 
Works. 



Wadesboro Candy Kitchen. 
Wheeler, C. S. (Harness m'f'r.) 



PEACHIiAND. 

Incorporated in 18S5. 
Population, 1909: W T hite, 400; col- 
ored, 25; total, 425. 

Tax Rate: 15c. on the $100 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — A. D. Griffin. 
Postmaster — W. B. Bryant. 
Chief of Police — A. A. Phifer. 
R. R. Agent — N. E. Hughes, Sea- 
board Air Line. 

Manager Telegraph — N. E. Hughes, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Primitive Baptist— Rev. Mr. Same, 
"P *i ^ 1~ o r 

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 Wadesboro — J. S. Bivens in charge. 
DOCTORS. 
Barrett, W. W. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Barrett. W. W. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Leak & Marshall. 
Thomas, S. L. 
Trawick. M. C. 
Redfearn Bros. 
Griffin & Tucker. 
Phifer. J. C, & Co. 
Crowder, James. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Ballard, F. C. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Duncan. M. W. 
Parker & Burns. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Moore. J. A. /Grist Mill.) 
Moore. J. A. (Bucket TSIanufacturer.) 
Carpenter. J. W. 



ANSONTTIjIjE. 

Incorporated in 1881. 
Population. 1909: White, 225; col- 
ored. 215: total. 440. 

Value real estate. £125,000; value 
personal property. $5". 000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Postmaster— Mrs. M. K. Hendley. 
Chief of Police— B. F. Trexler. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist— P. L. Terrell. Pastor. 
Baptist— G. O. Wilhoit, Pastor. 
Episcopal — No pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Ansonville High School— Miss Gus- 
sie Woddell. Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Anson— L. L. Little. Presi 
dent. 



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DOCTORS. 

Dunlap, J. M. 

Carpenter, S. B., R. F. D. No. 1. 

Boyce, John M. 

Sbellam, O. W. 

GROCERS. 
Carpenter, Fred. 

REAL ESTATE DEALERS. 

Ansonville Real Estate Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

McLendon, B. F. 

Brooks, W. D. 

Hildreth, W. H. 

Ross, J. F. 

Duke, J. P. 

Ross, O. E. 

Griggs Mercantile Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Wilhoit, W. H. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Ansonville Manufacturing Company 
(Doors, Sash and Cotton Planters.) 



McFARLAN. 

Incorporated 1SS5. 

Population, 1910: White, 141; color- 
ed, 45; total, 1S6. 

Value real estate. $175,000; value 
personal property, $60,000. 

Tax Rate: 70 cents on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — A. J. Brooks. 

Postmaster — W. S. Braswell. 

Chief of Police — Robert Moore. 

R. R. Agent— W. S. Braswell, At- 
lantic Coast Line. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist Episcopal — J. J. Barker, 
Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — J. E. Mc- 
Swain. Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

McFarlan High School — Geo. G. An- 
derton, Principal. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Northcutt & Braswell Co. 

Teal. C. G. 

Odom, J. W. 

Keeth, J. M. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Braswell, H. E. 

Timmons, B. F. 

Northcutt. R. E. Lee. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Odom. Edwin. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Braswell. W. S. 

Brooks. A. J. 

MANUFACTURING PLANT'S. 

Odom. .1. W. (cotton gin, saw mill, 
grist mill and flour mill). 

Northcutt & Braswell Co. (cotton 
gin). 

Timmons, S. T. (Wood and Iron). 



Value real estate, $76,916; value per- 
sonal property, $60,443.93. 
Tax Rate: 35c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — H. G. Huntley. 
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— J. J. Barker, Pastor. 
Presbyterian— No Pastor. 
Baptist — G. H. Church, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Morven State High School — J. C. 
Crawford, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Morven — T. V. Hardison, 
President; M. L. Ham, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Thompson, N. D. 
Meisenheimer, T. F. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Morven Drug Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Cox. T. C. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Moore, J. E., & Co. 
Dunn, Mrs. E. J. 
Hardison, T. V. 
McQueen & Niven. 
Morrison, J. E., & Co 
Pratt, F. P. 
Gathings, R. H., & Co. 
Little. ,T. L., & Co. 
Ballard, T. J. 
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. 
Boswell, C. T. 
Ballard, T. J. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Moi-ven Mill & Gin Co. (Cotton gin, 
saw mill, corn and wheat mills.) 



MORVEN. 

Incorporated in 1S82. 
Population. 1909: White, 500; col- 
ored, 300; total, 800. 



MLESVIIiLE. 

Incorporated in 1872. 

Population. 1909: White, 300; col- 
ored, 100; total, 400. 

Value real estate. $200,000; value 
personal property, $75,000. 

Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100 and 90c. 
on poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — A. J. Allen. 
Postmaster — A. P. Liles. 
Chief of Police— C. B. Porter. 
R. R. Agent— W. R. Royall. Sea- 
board Air Line Railway. 

Manager Telephone — A, J. Allen, 



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Lilesville Telephone Company. 

Manager Telegraph — W. R. Royall, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— C. H. Clyde, Pastor. 

Baptist— W. R. Davis, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — No Pastor. 

'SCHOOLiS AND ACADEMIES. 

Lilesville High School— W. R. Hill, 
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. 

Horne. T. A. 

Wall, A. G. 

Williams, J. D. (Furniture). 

Saunders, J. T. 

Clark, J. S. 

Liles, E. P. 

Liles, A. P. 

Knotts, W. T. 

Morton, J. A. 

Dobbs, J. A. 

Hatcher, S. E. 

Kerr & Wall. 

Frederick, C. L. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Saunders House. 

Allen House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Massagee, J. M. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

J. F. Alexander Lumber Co. (Saw 
mills and planer mills). 
Farmers' Gin Co. 



POLKTON. 

Incorporated in 1S73. 

Population, 1909: White, 350; col- 



ored, 150; total, 500. 

Value real estate, $13,000; value per- 
sonal property, $7,000. 
Tax Rate: 1-2 of 1 per cent. 

TOWN OFFICERS.. 
Mayor— J. W. Gale. 
Postmaster — R. M. Flake. 
Chief of Police — S. K. Harris. 
R. R. Agent — J. E. Carter, Seaboard 
Air Line Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — J. E. Carter. 

MINISTERS AND CHUJtCHES. 
Methodist— L. T. Cordell, Pastor. 
Baptist — Rev. Mr. Bryant, Pastor. 
Presbyterian — No Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Polkton High 'School— W. F. Hum- 
bert, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Polkton Bank — Leak S. Covington, 
President; T. R. Troutman, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Smith, L. C. 

DENTISTS. 
Smith, T. M. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Smith Bros. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Marsh, J. C, & Co. 
Parker, J. A., & Co. 
McDaniel, W. J. 
Beachum, D. T., & Co. 
Polkton Supply Co. 
Austin, R. G. 
Hildrith, W. H. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Polkton Hotel. ' 
Mrs. C. H. Martin. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Martin. I. W. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Anson Lumber Co. 

Harrisses Ginning Co. 

Anson Lumber Plant Co. 

Polkton Brick Co. 

Goodman, J. C, & Sons (Tannery). 



ASHE COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, JEFFERSON. 



Population: (Census 1910), 19,074. 

Formed in 1799. Named in honor of Governor Samuel Ashe. 

Area: 650 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $1,276,43S; value of personal property, $1,319,1S2. 

Property listed in 1910 by whites, $2,569,356; by colored, $26,264. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 101; for negroes, 10. 

Tax Rate: County purposes. 23 2-3c. on the $100; special, 25c. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 650. Worked by free labor; no tax. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 
Wilkesboro and Jefferson Turnpike Company, assessed value . . 
The Horton Telephone Company, assessed value 58S.10 

Railroads: (There is a narrow-gauge road (Hemlock Railroad Company), 
which has been built for about five miles in the county, and which was 
not built on June 1st, and no list of the property has been made). 

Superior Court Terms: April 3d, July 19th and October 23d, each to con- 
tinue for two weeks and for trial of civil and criminal cases. 



.$ 257.00 



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COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— \V. H. Worth, 
Jefferson. 

Sheriff — G. B. Austin, Burnt Hill. 

Register of Deeds — George W. Saw- 
yer, Jefferson. 

Treasurer — L. S. Vannoy, Fleetwood. 

Coroner — Dr. T. J. Call, Hopkins. 

Surveyor — C. W. Ray, Treetop. 

Co. Supt. of Health— Dr. J. C. Tes- 
terman, Jefferson. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — \V. H. Jones, 
Warrensville. 

Supt. of Co. Home — J. M. Goodman, 
Jefferson. 

Co. Board of Education — W. F. 
Lewis, Solitude; A. M. Lewis, Clifton; 
F. M. Miller, Clifton. 

County Commissioners — H. A. Eller, 
(cnrm.), Berlin; W. H. Garvey, Beaver 
Creek ; J. M. Dickson, Crumpler. 

County Board of Elections — YV. H. 
Jones (chrm.), Warrensville; W. M. 
Bledsoe, Gale; J. W. Wayinan, Jeffer- 
son. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Chestnut Hill Township— J. F. Oli- 
ler, Crumpler; G. W. Sawyer. Crump- 
ler; S. S. Revis, Nathan's Creek; J. E. 
Gambill, Crumper ; A. F. Rose, Gale. 

Clifton Township— H. C. Poe, Clif- 
ton; R. F. Jenkins, Fig; D. D. Wea- 
ver, Berlin ; W. R. Graybeal, Sly. 

Creston Township — W. J. McEwen, 
Creston; T. S. Maxwell, Fig; J. R. 
McMillan, Fig ; Wilborn Greer, Toli- 
ver ; A. H. Lewis, Creston ; J. T. 
Pless, Fig. 

Grassy Creek Township — S. L. Du- 
vall, Grassy Creek ; J. A. Pierce, 
Grassy Creek ; J. M. Sawyer, Wea- 
versford ; Eli Francis, Grassy Creek ; 
E. F. Smith, Mouth of Wilson, Va., 
R. F. D. 

Helton Township — W. O. Dickson, 
Grassy Creek; I. R. Young, Helton; 

C. C. Blevins, Helton ; Charles Spen- 
cer, Sturgills ; W. A. Weaver, Rugby, 
Va. 

Horse Creek Township — J. D. Stan- 
berry, Lansing ; J. J. Lyall, Apple 
Grove; Jesse Goss, Park, Va. ; Sidney 
Tucker, Park, Va. ; Arthur Rose. Park, 
Va. ; J. J. Barr, Clifton ; Joseph Poe, 
Edison ; Davis Miller, Lansing. 

Jefferson Township — George F. Bare, 
Wagoner ; W. E. Johnson, Jefferson ; 
S. T. Sanderfur, Jefferson; W. A. 
Dancy, Index; F. L. Colvard, Crump- 
ler; J. R. Johnson, Linney ; C. W. 
Phillips, Beaver Creek. 

Eaurel — H. L. Williams, Hemlock ; 

D. J. Patrick, Hemlock: V. W. Phipps, 
Hemlock; B. F. Kilby, Hemlock; A. W. 
Long. Grayson ; Wm. Caudill. Gray- 
son ; Isaac Pennington, Hemlock. 

North Fork — W. F. Lewis, Solitude; 
W. R. Osborne, Solitude; L. J. Stur- 
gill, Parker ; J. B. Sutherland. Suth- 



erlands; E. W. Lewis, Solitude; 
James T. Cornett, Sutherlands ; J. E. 
Parker, Parker. 

Obids— H. H. Burgess, Obids ; J. C. 
Parsons, Glendale Springs ; W. H. 
Parsons, Othello ; Newton Bare, Glen- 
dale Springs ; John C. Bowlin, Glen- 
dale Springs. 

Old Fields— W. A. Houck, Baldwin; 
I. E. Duncan, Todd ; J. W. Duncan, 
Beaver Creek; J. A. Moretz, Riverside; 
Caleb Greer, Todd ; S. G. Trivett, Bea- 
ver Creek; Walter Graham, Todd. 

Peak Creek — A. C. Dancy, Scotts- 
ville; S. M. Transon, Transon ; W. L. 
Miller, Transon; J. F. Johnson, Rip- 
ple; J. D. Bare, Ore Knob; M. V. 
Hoppers, Ratler ; J. C. Miller, Laurel 
Springs ; W. D. Lyall, Ore Knob ; 
Will Miller, Transon. 

Pine Swamp — J. P. Goodman, Nettle 
Knob ; W. H. Owens, Idlewild ; V. L. 
Moretz, Hopkins ; A. H. Church, Idle- 
wild ; J. R. Johnston, Idlewild ; Sam 
Miller, Oval; W. G. Blackburn, Fleet- 
wood ; Chas. Hodgson, Oval. 

Piney Creek — H. C. Tucker, Park, 
Va.; Jonathan Perry, Park, Va. ; W. 
J. Roberts, Grassy Creek ; H. A. El- 
ler, Lansing; H. C. Powers, Park, 
Va. ; W. C. Powers, Park, Va. ; James 
Cockerham, Berlin. 

Walnut Hill— R. F. Blevins, Crump- 
ler; M. S. May, Grassy Creek; G. O. 
Francis, Crumpler ; R. L. Reeves, 
Grassy Creek ; W. L. Hurley, Crump- 
ler. 

SAW MILtS. 

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. 

Koark, A. W., Solitude. 

Hart, E., Grimsley. 

Price, T. J., Grassy Creek. 

Turner & Co., F. H., Dresden. 

Rowland Brothers, Clifton. 

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, 
Grassy 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, Crumpler. 

Union Baptist — Jesse Bare, Clifton ; 
Monroe Elliott, Clifton; W. IT. 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. 



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M. E. Church, South— .T. F. Houck, 
Baldwin ; B. M. Jackson, Creston ; P. 
L. Shore, Sturgill. 

M. E. Church — Hiram Weaver, Lan- 
sing; W. A. Patton, Lansing; Rufus 
Graybeal, Hemlock; John Rominger, 
Lansing; T. A. Farmer, Lansing. 

German Baptist — B. M. Sheets, 
Dresden; G. W. Miller. Clifton; H. J. 
Woodie, Beldon ; D. P. Welch, Dres- 
den : Jonathan Miller. Clifton. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Caudill, M. D., Green Valley. 

Phipps, L. M., Hemlock. 

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. 

Welch, J. W„ & Co.. Dresden. 

Wood, C. C, Lansing. 

Sturgill, J. A., & Co., Helton. 

Jones &• Son, Warrensville. 

Joines, R. H., & Co., Hemlock. 

Hemlock Extract Co.. Hemlock. 

Kilby, B. F., Gravson. 

Oilley, G. W.. Clifton. 

Roten & Roark. Clifton. 

Welch Bros., Edison. 

Elliott, J. S., Pinckton. 

Gilley, W. F., Park. Va. 

Taylor & Clark. Park. Va. 

Baldwin, J. N., Lansing. 

Darnell & Son. Weasel. 

Thompson, S. E., Park. Va. 

Dickson, G. D., Grassy Creek. 

Pierce. J. A.. Grassy Creek. 

Thompson, W. G.. & Co.. Grassy 
Creek. 

Wagtr. A. W.. & Son, Orassv Creek. 

McMillan, Walter W., Nathans 
Creek. 

Brown, E. D.. Crumpler. 

Jones & McNeill. Crumpler. 

Richardson. J. F.. Nathans Creek. 

Wilcox. G. G.. Transon. 

Bare. C. R., Olendale Springs. 

McNeill, W. R.. Rawl. 

Severet. J. F.. Olendale Springs. 

Colvard, J. H.. Idlewild. 

Osborne. G. H.. & Son. Oval. 

Brown. T. H.. Riverside. 

Edwards. K. F.. Baldwin. 

Greer, Hamp, Woodford. 

Ray, Fred G., Baldwin. 

Bare. W. J., Orion. 

Little. A. P., Sons, Crumpler. 

Price. B. C. Benboland. 

Roark. E. G.. Green Valley. 

Sutherland Mercantile Co., Suther- 
lands. 

Turner, W. W.. Solitude. 

Wortb. Joe, Creston. 

Graham. J. S.. Trout. 

Jones. R. A.. Hemlock. 

Williams. H. L.. & Son. Hemlock. 

Martin. J. A., Thaxton. 

Farmer. J .P.. Sly. 

Sapn. John, Slv. 

Latham. C. R.. Clifton. 



Ashley, G. E., Clifton. 
Clark, Harvev, 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. 
Edwards, P. C, Crumpler. 
McMillan, C. P., Crumpler. 
Stout, I. M.. Gale. 
Hunt, Lee. Ore Knob. 
Long & Lyon, Obids. 
Miller, E., & Co.. Glendale Springs. 
Moretz, V. L., Hopkins. 
Vannoy, 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, Principal, Sturgills. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Jones, T. Lester, Lansing. 
Jones. Thomas, Lansing. 
Barton, J. H., Weaverford. 
Jones, R. W., Clifton. 
Lemlev, 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. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Creston Roller Mills, Creston. 
Helton Roller Mills. Helton. 
Idol. B. V.. Jefferson. 
Blevins, J. F., Weaversford. 
Bauguess, T. J., Weasel. 
Ballou. J. U.. Grassv Creek. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Dickson, Claude, Grassy Creek. 
Dickson, Wiley. Grassy Creek. 
Dickson. William. Grassy Creek. 
Stuart. Isaac, Grassy Creek. 
Blevins, Roby. Brandon. 
Graybeal. Arthur. Sussex. 
Jones. J. W.. Clinton. 
Howell. William, Budd. 
Howell, Miss Sallie. Raven. 
Houck. Roby, Baldwin. 
Howell. Miss Naomi. Oval. 
Graham, C. E., Todd. 
Graham. W. L., Todd. 
Shepherd, Fildon, Pinckton. 
Shepherd. Ambrose. Pinckton. 
Eller. Miss Bertha. Berlin. 
Koontz. R. V., Gale. 
Tucker. E. F.. Furches. 
Luther. William. Jefferson. 
Vannov. Robert. Crumpler. 
Baker. J. D, Oval. 
Graham, Patterson, Park, Va. 



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Thompson, K. F., Park, Va. 
Jones, C. E., Berlin. 
Jones, Bertie, Berlin. 
Blevins, Daniel, Helton. 
Blevins, Clint, Crumpler. 
Goodman, Miss M. J., Beaver Creek. 
Goodman, R. H., Beaver Creek. 
Goodman, W. F. Beaver Creek, 
Gambill, H., Helton. 
Dickson, Robt., Grassy Creek. 
Gambill, Curtis, Grassy Creek. 
Reeves, Miss Maude, Grassy Creek. 
Thompson, L., Eugene. 
Francis, G. O., Crumpler. 
Graybeal, David, Graybeal. 
Taylor, B. F., Weaversford. 
Phipps, W. F., Weaversford. 
Goodman, Miss I. V., Beaver Creek. 
Greer, J. S., Woodford. 
Testerman, J. A., Silas Creek. 
Moratz, J. A., Hopkins. 
Reedy, O. G., Grassy Creek. 
Osborne, Oscar, Parker. 
Phipps, J. F., Crumpler. 
Blevins, R. F., Crumpler. 
Garvey, Bina, Beaver Creek. 
Johnson, J. A., Berlin. 
Goss, Miss Clara, Creston. 
Goodman, J. O., Beaver Creek. 
Goss, Miss Emma, Creston. 
Absher, Mrs. Mabel, Obids. 
Dobbin, Mrs. Grace, Todd. 
Lewis, Miss Bessie, Green Valley. 
Jones, W. H., Jr., Berlin. 
Roten, Miss C. M., Baldwin. 
Roten, A. W., Baldwin. 
Roten, Miss C. L., Baldwin. 
Williams, Charlie, Fleetwood. 
Keller, L. M., Fleetwood. 
Walker, Miss Hattie, Grassy Creek. 
Perkins, W. F., Scottville. 
Shepherd, G. G., Pinckton. 
Francis, C. E., Sturgills. 
Robinson, Emmet, Beaver Creek. 
Seats, W. F., Sutherlands. 



JEFFERSON. 

Incorporated in 1850. 

Population, 1910: White, 275 
oied, 25; total, 300. 

Value real estate, $36,518; value per 
sonal property, $32,049. 



col- 



Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
No town government. 
Postmaster — -J. W. Hardin. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
M. E. Church, South — P. L. Shore, 
Pastor. 

Baptist — No Pastor. 
Presbyterian — No pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Jefferson Academy— J. A. Dickson, 
Principal. 

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. 
Taylor, B. C. 
Testerman, J. C. 
Blevins, Manley. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Testerman, J. C. 

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. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
The Ashe Job Office — Job Printers. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Jefferson Hardware Store. 
Neal Bros. 

Jefferson Cash Store. 
McNeill, E. A. 
Johnson, E. E., & Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Jefferson Inn. 
Mountain Hotel. 
Gentry House. 

HARNESS AND SADDLES. 
Waddell, E. A. 

UNDERTAKERS. 
Badger, J. W., & Son. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Jefferson Roller Mill. 



BEAUFORT COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, WASHINGTON. 



Population: (Census 1910), 30,877. 

Formed in 1718. Named in honor of Duke of Beaufort. 

Area: S19 square miles. 

Value of real estatee, $4,701,074; value of personal property, $2,153,449. 

Property listed in 1910, by whites, $6,418,176; by negroes, $436,347. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 23 2-3e. on the $100 and 38c. on poll; special, 
13 l-3c. County bonded debt, $87,500. 

Public Roads: Worked under Old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Investment Company, assessed value $ 314.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 1,458.00 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Company, 6.62 miles, assessed value. . 194,005.52 



JONATHAN HAVENS, Washington, N. C. 

CORN, WHEAT AND COTTON SEED MILLER. 
BUYER AND SELLER OF CORN, WHEAT, COTTON SEED, OATS, HAY, 
PEA'S, COTTON SEED MEAL AND HULLS. 



86 BEAUFORT COUNTY. 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 7,979.05 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 3,824.33 

Norfolk Southern Railway Company, 59.G2, assessed value 593,996.50 

Washington and Hyde Telephone Company, assessed value 4,620.00 

Washington-Aurora Telephonee Company, assessed value 1.000.00 

Wllliamston Telephone Company, assessed value 300.00 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value S.3S7.00 

Washington and Vandemere Railroad Company, 33.50 miles, as- 
sessed value 73,071.8S 

Superior Court Terms: February 13th (one week), criminal; (one week). 
civil; May 22nd (two weeks), civil; (one week), criminal; October 23rd 
(one week), criminal; (one week), civil; December 4th (two weeks), civil; 
one week), criminal. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — George A. Paul, 
Washington. 

Sheriff — George E. Ricks, Washing- 
ton. 

Register of Deeds — Gilbert Rumley, 
Washington. 

Treasurer — E. R. Mixon, Washing- 
ton. 

Coroner — J. L. Nicholson. Washing- 
ton. 

Co. Supt. of Health— P. A. Nichol- 
son. Washington. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— W. L. Vaugh- 
an. Washington. 

Supt. of County Home — Elias Bright, 
Washington. 

Co. Board of Education — E. W. 
Ayers, fchrm.>. Washington; W. M. 
Britt. Bonnerton ; T. R. Hodges, 
Washington. 

County Commissioners — O. B. Wynne. 
Washington; S. F. Freeman, Washing- 
ton ; F. H. von Eberstein, Choeo- 
Windley, (sec), Washington; W. O. 
Gaylord. Washington. 

County Board of Elections — -H. E. 
Harding, (chrm.), Washington; W. B. 
Windley, (sec), Washington; W. O. 
Ellis. Washington. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Bath Township — Thomas Webster, 
Pinetown ; T. L. Jackson, Pinetown ; 
W. A. Tankard. Bath; G. M. Jordan, 
Sidnev: W. C. Kinion. Sidnev ; W. H. 
Tver, Bath. 

Chocowinity — W. A. Blount. Jr.. 
Chocowinity: W. R. Oalloway, Blounts 
Creek; W. H. Patrick. Chocowinity; 
W. A. Cratch, Blounts Creek. 

Eons: 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. Berrv, 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, Pantesro ; W. 

D. Sadler, Pinetown: A. L. Bell. Bel- 
haven: L. W. Paul, Bath: W. .7. Bul- 
lock, Belhaven : R. H. Allen. Pungo; 



! R. D. Adams, Pantego ; W. S. Riddick. 
Belhaven ; W. G. Waters, Pantego ; A. 

i 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. Robeson. Washington ; Joseph 
T Ross, Washington ; W. M. Cooper, 
Washington; A. Mavo. Washington; 
S. L. Willard, Washington: C. M. 
Brown. Washington ; Johh G. Blount, 
Washington; W. B. Windley, Wash- 
ington. 

L. M. Scott. Blount's Creek: L. M. 
Hudnell. Ransomville: W. A. Alli- 
good, Washington, R. F. D. : L. C. 
Tripp, Bonnerton ; .Tno. D. Bullock, 
Leechville: D. L. Mudley, Belhaven; 

B. H. West, South Creek. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Jackson, C. C, Yatesville. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Broom. W. M., & Co., Idalia. 

Harris, W. T., Leechville. 

Pinetown Mercantile Co.. Pinetown. 

Turnage. J. E., Chocowinity. 

Paul, J. P.. Gavlords. 

Satchwell. J. T.. Yatesville. 

Winstead's, J. T., Sons, Winstead- 
ville. 

COTTON GINS. 

Avcock. C. P., Pantesro. 

Brooks. T. A., Bath. 

Winstead, W. F., & Bro., Winstead.- 
ville. 

Oden. J. W.. & Co., Hunters Bridge. 

Woodfenden. Fred, Chocowinity. 

Toler. A.. Blounts Creek. 
FLOIR, CORN AND FEED MILES. 

Havens, J.. Washington. 
SAW MILES. 

South Creek Lumber Co., South 
Creek. 

Elliott Lumber Co.. Bath. 

Perry. J. R.. Washington, R. F. D. 

Hodges. R. E.. Washington. 

Rnwls. O. B.. Washington. 

Lamm & Tuten, Edward. 



JONATHAN HAVENS, Washington, N. C. 

CORN, WHEAT AND COTTON SEED MILLER, 
BUYER AND SELLER OF CORN, WHEAT, COTTON SEED, OATS, HAY, 
PEA'S, COTTON SEED MEAL AND HULLS. 



BEAUFORT COUNTY. 



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Paul. C. B., Sidney. 
Powell & Son, Beaufort, R. F. D. 
PUBLIC SCHOOIi TEACHERS. 

Leary, Miss Mary E., South Creek. 

Whitehurst, Miss Lucy, South 
Creek. 

McWilliams, Miss Lida, Aurora. 

Bonner, Miss Clare, Aurora. 

Clayton, Miss Georgia, Aurora, R. 
F. D. No. 1, Box 14. 

Brown, Miss Emily, Aurora, R. 
F. D. 

Ross, Miss Belva A., Aurora, R. 
F. D. 

Tuten, Mrs. Ethel. Aurora. 

Bennett, Mrs. Belle, Edward. 

Butt, Mrs. T. C, Bonnerton. 

Hardv, J. A., Edward. 

Hill, G. F.. Edward. 

Mesic, Miss Jannie, Edward. 

Ross, Miss Ola C, Bonnerton. 

Watson, Miss Mary, Blount's Creek, 
R. F. D. 

Latham, Miss Julia. South Creek. 

Tuten, Miss Bertha, Edward. 

Tripp. Miss Esther. Aurora, R.F.D. 

Hooker, Miss Alice, Aurora, R.F.D. 

Warren, Miss Emma L., Blount's 
Creek, R. F. D. 

Edwards, W. P., Blount's Creek. 

Ross, W. H., Blount's Creek. 

Daniels. Bertram D., Chocowinity. 

Long. Miss Mary. Blount's Creek. 

Warren, Miss Bessie, Blount's Creek. 
R. F. D. 

Hines, Miss Ruby. Chocowinity. 

Husrhes. Miss Lucretia, Chocowinity. 
or Washington. 

Blount. Miss Mae W.. Chocowinity. 

Hollowell, Miss Claude. Chocowinity. 

Eberstein, Miss Julia von, Choco- 
winity. 

Snipes. Miss Dora, M., Chocowinity. 

Stancill, Miss Miriam. Washington, 
R. F. D. 

Southerland, Mrs. Mamie. Choco- 
winity. 

Williams. Victor O., Chocowinity. 

Warren, Miss Sarah E.. Shelmerdine. 

Jones, Miss Hattie, Washington. 

Hodjres, Miss Lizzie, Washington, 
R. F. D. 

Bright, Miss Florence W., Washing- 
ton. 

Hodtres, Miss Agnes, Washington, 
R. F. D. 

Hodges, Miss Annie, Washington, R. 
F. D. 

Wilson, Miss Sallie, Washington. R. 
F. D. 

Hodges, Miss Edith, Pactolus, R. 
F. D. 

Willard, Miss Caddie, Washington, 
R. F. D. 

Lecrgett, Spencer W., Washington, 
R. F. D. 

Perkins, Mrs. S. E., Washington, 
R. F. D. 

Cutler, Miss Annie L., Washington, 



R. F. D. No. 4. 

Little, Miss Ada M., Washington, 
R. F. D. 

Whitley, Miss Laura, Jessama. 

Woolard, Miss Alice, Washington. 
R. F. D. No. 2. Box 24. 

Davis, W. A., Washington. 

Pinkham, J. R., Washington, R. 1 ? D. 

Tetterton, W. T„ Pinetown. 

Topping, T. J., Pinetown. 

Bowen, J. Z., Pinetown, R. F. D. 
No. 1. ■ 

Holliday, Joseph H., Pinetown, R. 
F. D. 

Allen, J. H., Pinetown. 

Braddy, Miss Susan, Washington. 

Harris, Miss Annie, Washington, R. 
F. D. 

Braddy, Miss Alice V., Washington, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Blow, Miss Alice M., Pinetown, or 
Washington. 

Woolard, Miss Lorena E., Pinetown. 

Woolard, Miss Eflie Eula. Wade's 
Point. 

Winstead. Miss Gussie, Ransomville. 

Cartwright, Miss Annie, Bath, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Midgette. Miss Mary E., Bath, R. 
F. D. 

Nicholson, Miss Blanche B., Bath. 

Roper, H. N., Ransomville. 

Davenport, A. W., Bath. 

Sparrow, O. L., Washington, R. F 
D. No. 2. 

Oden, H. H., Pinetown, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Brinn, Miss Mattie, Bath. 

Jones, Miss Julia. Bath, R. F. D. 

Linton, Miss Lucv, Ransomville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Miss Ruby Stilley. Jessama. R.F.D. 

Ormond, Miss Bessie. Bath. 

Wallace, Miss Lulu C, Pungo. 

Bishop, Miss Lucy. Leechville. 

Jarvis, Miss Alice V., Belhaven. 

Jarvis, Miss Effie R... Pantego. 

Grumpier, Miss Odessa. Pantego. 

Paul, Mrs. L. W., Pantego. 

Bennett. J. E.. Pantego. 

Ricks, H. E.. Ricks, Panteco. 

Shavender, Miss Rena H., Pantego. 



WASHINGTON. 

Population. 1910: 10.000. No. white 
polls. 537: No. colored noils, 4SS. 

Value real estate. 81, 075.270; value 
personal property, 86.S1.270. 

Tax Rate: $1.15 on the 8100. 

Bonded debt. 8120.000. 

Floating debt, 82.000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — C. H. Sterling. 

Chief of Police — Moses J. Fowler. 

City Clerk— W. B. Windley. 

Treasurer — C. M. Williams. 

Tax Collector — W. B. Windley. 

Standard-Keeper— W. H. Tripp. 

City Attorney— H. C. Carter. 



JONATHAN HAVENS, Washington, N. C. 

CORN, WHEAT AND COTTON SEED MILLER. 
BUYER AND SELLER OF CORN, WHEAT, COTTON SEED, OATS, HAY, 
PEA'S, COTTON SEED MEAL AND HULLS. 



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BEAUFORT COUNTY. 



City Supt. of Health— Dr. Jno. C. 
Rodman. 

Postmaster — Hugh Paul. 

B. B. Agents— T. H. Myers, Norfolk 
Southern Ry. Co.; E. A. LaFrage. 
Atlantic Coast Line Ry. 

Telegraph Managers — Z. M. Potts, 
Postal ; W. F. Clark, Western Union. 

Telephone Manager — D. W. Bell, 
Carolina Telephone & Tel. Co. 

MINISTEBS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — J. A. Sullivan, Pastor. 

Christian — J. N. Hope, Pastor. 

Episcopal — Nathaniel Harding, Rec- 
tor. 

Methodist — R. H. Broom, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — H. B. Searight, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

AVashington Graded School — N. C. 
Newbold, Superintendent. 

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 Building and Loan Associa- 
tion. 

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, W. R. 

Cozzens, E. B. 

Dudley, W. C. 

Nichols, W. A. 

Ecklin, J. H. 

CARRIAGE DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Washington Buggy Co. 

Hassel Supply Co. 

Miles, Suffolk. 

CLUBS. 

Elks. 

Country Club. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Mayo, H. B., & Co. 

Pippin & Woolard. 

Morris, C. G., & Co. 

Jenkins, H. M., & Co. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Smith, M. A. 

Kennett, E. T. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Rhodes, W. J. 

Archbell, E. L. 

George, C. 

Scott & Sawyer. 



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. 

C. M. Brown, President; A. C. 
Hathaway, Secretary. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Hoyt, J. K. 

Clark, J. .E., Co. 

Bowers-Lewis Co. 

Spencer Bros. 

John, K. 

Buckman, J. F., & Son. 

Ayers, E. W. 

Suskius & Berry. 

Fowler, S. R., & Son. 

COTTON GINS. 

Havens Oil Co. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 

Hoyt, J. K. 

DENTISTS. 

Wells, A. S. 

Snell, H. 

Mann, L. H. 

Gallagher, R. T. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Hoyt 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. 

Hardy, I. M. 

Hoyt, A. C. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Bowers-Lewis Co. 

Hoyt, 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. 

Scott & Sawyer. 

George, C. 

Archbell, E. L. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Pamlico Chemical Co. 



JONATHAN HAVENS, Washington, N. C. 

CORN, WHEAT AND COTTON SEED MILLER. 
BUYER AND SELLER OF CORN, WHEAT, COTTON SEED, OATS, HAY, 
PEA'S, COTTON SEED MEAL AND HULLS. 



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Bragaw, W., & Co. 


Hotel Louise. 


Phillips, G. A., & Bro. 


Branch, Mrs. W. A. B. 


Carter, D. M. 


Fulford, Mrs. A. S. 


FLORISTS. 


Fortiscue, Mrs. B. F. 


Sniallwood, Miss Pauline. 


Wynne, J. R. 


FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 


Brabble, J. W. 


Sterling, C. H. 


Bell, Mrs. Lossie. 


Moore, E. B. 


Dudley, Mrs. John W., Sr. 


Swindell & Fulford. 


Fowler, Mrs. M. J. 


Willis, S. P. 


MARBLE WORKS. 


FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 


Simmons, J. H. 


Mutual Machine Co. 


MACHINERY DEALERS. 


Pamlico Iron Works. 


Fulford, N. S., Hardware Co. 


FURNITURE DEALERS. 


NAVAL STORE DEALERS. 


Southern Furniture Co. 


Fowle, S. R., & Son. 


Jefferson Furniture Co. 


PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 


Morton, W. B., & Co. 


Willis, E. K. 


GROCERS. 


Mallison, W. C, & Son. 


Mixon, E. R. & Co. (Wholesale.) 


PAINTERS. 


Peterson, E., Co. (Wholesale). 


Lewis, F. B. 


Cox, A.. J., & Co. 


Harris, C. F. 


Tayloe, J. F. 


Forbes, J. S. 


Willis, E. K. 


Harper, Henry. 


Carolina Dist. Co., (wholesale). 


PRODUCE DEALERS. 


Paul, F. G., & Bro. 


Mayo, H. B., & Co. 


Ellison Bros. Co. 


PLUMBERS. 


HARDWARE DEALERS. 


Harris, J. H., Plumbing & Supply 


Mallison, W. C, & Co. 


Company. 


Fulford, N. S., Hardware Co. 


PHOTOGRAPHERS. 


McKeel-Richardson Hardware Co. 


Baker Studio. 


Harris, J. H., Plumbing & Supply 


PRINTING OFFICES. 


Company. 


Johnson Printing House. 


HOSPITALS. 


NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 


Washington Hospital. 


Daily News — J. L. Mayor, Editor. 


S. R. Fowle Memorial Hospital. 


Progress — W. K. Jacobson. Editor. 


INSURANCE AGENTS. 


REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 


Studdert, G. J. (Life.) 


Harding, H. E., & Son- 


Bragaw, W., & Co. (Fire and Life). 


SHINGLE DEALERS. 


Williams, C. M. (Fire.) 


Eureka Lumber Co. 


Phillips, G. A., & Bro. (Fire.) 


Washington Lumber Co. 


Myers, J. & P. B. (Fire.) 


TAILORS. 


Parker, Carl. (Life and Fire.) 


Wright, F. A. 


JEWELERS. 


UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 


Bell, W. M. 


Southern Furniture Co. 


Stewart. R. L. 


Farrow, W. T. 


Campbell, J. S. 


VETERINARY SURGEONS. 


LAUNDRIES. 


Carrow, H. H. 


Washington Steam Laundry. 


WALL PAPER DEALERS. 


Sing Lee. 


Proctor, J. R. 


LAWYERS. 






Small, McLean & McMullen. 


AURORA. 


Simmons, N. L. 


Incorporated in 1S80. 


Rodman & Rodman. 


Population, 1909: White, 450; col- 


Bragaw, S. C. 


ored. 350; total, 800. 


Harding. C. H. 


Value real estate, $110,000; value 


Carter, H. C. 


personal property, $54,930. 


Nicholson & Daniel. 


Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 


Stewart, E. L. 


TOWN OFFICERS. 


Ward & Grimes. 


Mayor — W. H. Hooker. 


Grimes, W. D. 


Postmaster — J. W. Chapin. 


Vaughan & Thompson. 


Chief of Police — C. H. Roberson. 


LUMBER M'F'R'R'S. AND DEALERS. 


R. R. Agent— D. L. Stubbs, Wash- 


Walling, W. B. 


ton & Vandemere R. R. 


Kugler Lumber Co. 


Manager Telegraph — D. L. Stubbs, 


Moss Planing Mill. 


Western Union Telegraph Co. 


Eureka Lumber Co. 


MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 


Fowler, S. R., & Son. 


Methodist— C. R. Canipe, Pastor. 


Moore Lumber Co. 


Episcopal — J. H. Crosbv, Rector. 


HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 


Baptist— Rev. Mr. McCotter, Pastor. 


Latham, J. B. 


Christian — W. O. Winfield, Pastor. 



JONATHAN HAVENS, Washington, N. C. 

CORN, WHEAT AND COTTON SEED MILLER. 
BUYER AND SELLER OF CORN, WHEAT, COTTON SEED, OATS, HAY, 
PEA'S, COTTON SEED MEAL AND HULLS. 



90 



BEAUFORT COUNTY. 



Presbyterian — J. H. Jarvis, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Aurora Graded Schools — Mrs. Mary 
P. Cooper. Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Aurora — J. B. WhiteLurst, 
President ; O. M. Hooker, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Staley, S. W. 
Bonner, H. M. 
Potter, T. M. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Staley Drug Co. 

LAWYERS. 
Vaughan & Thompson. 
Bonner, H. M. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Lane. J. E. (Life.) 
Thompson, W. A. (Fire.) 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Snell, M. B., & Co. 
Bryan, J. B. & Son. 
Dixon & Bonner. 
Bennett, W. B. 
Wilkinson, J. T., & Co. 
Wilkinson Milling Co. 
Standard Lumber Co. 
Whitehurst, J. B., & Co. 
Cuthrell. P. S., Co. 
Midgette, C. G. 
Mayor, J. W., & Bro. 
Litchfield, J. M. 
Litchfield, T. 
Cherry, F. F. 
Thompson. L. T. 
Gaskins, W. H. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Aurora Hardware Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Hotel Litchfield. 
Hotel McWilliams. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Bonner, G. I. 
Litchfield. T. 
Bonner, W. S. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS 

Standard Lumber Co. (Inc.) 
Thompson Ginning Co. 
R. L. Jones Mfg. Co. 



EDWARD. 

Incorporated in 1890. 

Population, 1909: White, 1S5; col- 
ored, 15; total. 200. 

Value real estate. $35,000 ; value per- 
sonal property, $12,000. 

Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— L. H. Redditt. 

Postmaster — J. U. Edwards. 

Chief of Police — H. H. Ross. 

R. R. Agent— T. R. Boyd, Jr., At- 
lantic Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — T. R. Boyd, Jr., 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Episcopal — J. H. Crosby, Rector. 



Baptist — No Pastor. 

Methodist — No Pastor. 

Disciple — W. O. Winfield, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Edward High School — Miss Miriam 
Stancill, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Dixon, W. H. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Dixon, W. H. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Redditt. L. H., Agent. 
Stilley, P. 
Bennett, A. D. 
Bennett, J. G. 
Cnton. J. B. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Edwards. 
Edward Inn. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Redditt. L. H. (Cotton gin, saw 
mill and grist mill). 

Edwards, A. M. (Grist mill). 



BELELWEX. 

Incorporated in 1899. 

Population. 1909: White, 2,375; col- 
ored. 1,125; total, 3,500. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty. $712,000. 

Tax Rate: 45c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— J. W. Smith. 

Postmaster — W. C. Brinson. 

Chief of Police — M. M. Jones. 

R. R. Asrent— B. F. Steam, Norfolk 
Southern Railway Co. 

Manager Telegraph — B. F. Stearn, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Episcopal — E. L. Malone, Rector. 

Methodist — C. A. Jones, Pastor. 

Baptist — Jas. W. Rose, Pastor. 

Christian — H. C. Bowen, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Belhaven Graded 'School— 0. V. 
Hicks, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Belhaven — C. P. Ay cock, 
President; W. E. Stubbs, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Mariner, N. B. 
Windley, C. T. 
Tavloe, A. K. 
Bullock, W. J. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Gibbs, T. R. 
Belhaven Drug Co. 
Bishop, J. P. 
Bullock. W. J. 
Windley, C. T. 

LAWYERS. 

Leigh, J. A. 

Tooly & Simmons., 



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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INSURANCE AGENTS. 


Windfield. 




Stubbs & Snyder. 


Methodist — J. B. Bridgers, Pastor. 




GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 


SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 




Peele, S. J., & Co. 


Bath Graded School— A. W. Daven- 




Clark-Smith Co. 


port, Principal. 




Bishop, J. P. 


DOCTORS. 




Windley Co. 


Nicholson, J. T. 




Raiff Bros. 


DRUGGISTS. 




Lesofsky, D. 


Nicholson, J. T. 




Cooper & McKinney. 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 




Jarvis-Butt Co. 


Brooks-Pollard Co. 




Tarkinton, U. W. 


Mason, W. W. 




Terrell, P. G. 


Skittletharpe, J. T. 




Pugh, J. D. 


•Tarkington, R. 




Muir, 0. 


Beasley, W. H. 




Bowen, W. H. 


Tyre, T. R. 




Windley. George M. 


Windfield, W. O. 




Blount, D. W. 


GROCERS. 




Dillon, Louis. 


Bath Grocery Co. 




Russell &. Manley. 


HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 




FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 


Hotel Waters. 




Smith, R. L. 


LIVERY STABLES. 




Pungo Pish Co. 


Tankard, W. A. 




Montgomery, W. 0. 


Burbage, W. S. 




Miles, A. D. 


MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 




GROCERS. 


Brooks, T. A. (saw mill, planing 




Sawyer Grocery Co. (Wholesale.) 


mill, shingle mill.) 




Carolina Distributing Co. (Whole- 










sale.) 


PANTEGO. 




HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 


Incorporated in 1880. 




Hotel Carolina. 


Population, 1909: White, 200; col- 




Hooten House. 


ored, 151 ; total, 350. 




LIVERY STABLES. 


Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 




Bavnor, Fenner. 


TOWN OFFICERS. 




Miller, A. 


Mayor — C. P. Aycock. 




Sears. W .J. 


Postmaster — D. A. Windley. 




MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 


R. R. Agent— J. P. Clark, Norfolk 




John L. Roper Lumber Co. (Saw 


Southern Railway. 




mill and planing mill.) 


MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 




Woodside Lumber Co. (Saw mill and 


Methodist — C. A. Jones. Pastor. 




planing mill). 


Disciples of Christ — W. O. Wind- 




Belhaven Lumber Co. (Planing mill.) 


field, Pastor. 




Interstate Cooperage Co. (cooperage 


Missionary Baptist — Rev. Mr. But- 




mill and box factory, ship railways). 


ler, Pastor. 




Wilkinson, J. A. (Ice factory, grist 


Free Will Baptist— James W. Rose, 




mill, cotton gin.) 


Pastor. 




Belhaven Lumber Co. (Electric light 


SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 




plant.) 


Pantego High School — L. E. Ben- 




Belhaven Pine Oil Works. 


nett, Principal. 




White, J. J. (Ship Railways.) 


DOCTORS. 




.Tarvis, W. 0. (Ship Railways). 


Credle, E. S. 




Belhaven Overall & Shirt Mfg. Co. 


DRUGGISTS. 




(Overalls, shirts and gloves.) 


Credle, E. S. 




Belhaven Bottling Works. 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 




Tooly Milling Co. (Grist mill.) 


Aycock, C. P., Supply Co. 
Windley, D. A. 








BATH. 


Jonas. E. H. 




Incorporated in 1705. 


Whitley, J. P. 




Population. 1009: White, 375; col- 


Whitley, Thomas H. 




ored, 100; total, 475. 


Jones. H. G. 




Value real estate, $30,000; value per- 


Topping, B. M. 




sonal propertv, $15,000. 


Shavender, W. H., & Co. 




Tax Rate: 25c. on the $100. 


HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 




TOWN OFFICERS. 


Culliphur, T. R. 




Mayor— W. A. Tankard. 


Whitley, T. H. 




Postmaster — T. A. Brooks. 


LIVERY STABLES. 




Chief of Police — Alfred Bailey. 


Jones, A. B. 




MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 


MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 




Episcopal — C. E. Malone, Rector. 


Watters, E. S. (Saw mill.) 




Christian— Thos. Green. W. O. 


Pantego (iin 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. 



92 BERTIE COUNTY. 

BERTIE COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, WINDSOR. , 

Population: (Census 1910), 23,039. 

Formed in 1722. Named in honor of James and John Bertie. 

Area, CIS square miles. 

Value of real estate, $2,751,286; value of personal property, $1,793,317. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $3,952,021; by uegroes, $592,609. 

No. Schools : For whites, 65 ; for negroes, 58. 

Tax Rate: Couuty 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 $383,615.15 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 3,752.73 

Bertie Telephone Company, assessed value 1,000.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 4,031.20 

Cashie and Chowan Railroad Company, 2.50 miles, assessed value. 7,200.00 

Chowan and Roanoke Telephone Company, assessed value 1,S28.00 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Company, 7.4S miles, assessed value. . 149,985.07 

North State Telephone Company, assessed value 1,183.00 

Wellington and Powellsville Railroad, 18.00 miles, assessed value. 43,568.10 

Albemarle Steam Navigation Company, assessed value 1,650.00 

Southern Railway — Rolling Stock, assessed value 19,5S1.00 

The Pullman Company, assessed value 2,796.60 

Superior Court Terms: February 20th (one week); May 1st (two weeks); 
September 11th; November 13th (two weeks). 



Ruffln, Powells- 
Smithwick, Wind- 
Health— John L. 
-Richard W. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — William L. 
Lyon, Windsor. 

Sheriff — John W. Cooper, Windsor. 

Register of Deeds — William S. 
Pritchard, Windsor. 

Treasurer — A. V. Cobb, Windsor, R. 
F. D. 

Coroner — Jos. B 
ville. 

Surveyor — W. H. 
sor, R. F. D. 

Co. Supt. of 
Pritchard, Windsor. 

Co. Supt. of Schools- 
Askew, Windsor. 

Supt. of County Home — J. Fred 
Phelps, 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 ; Geo. T. Par- 
ker, Kelford; John T. Nicholls, Wind- 
sor ; E. C. Harrell, Aulander ; R. J. 
Shield, Merry Hill. 

County Board of Elections — J. T. 
Nicholls, (chrm.), Windsor; E. W. 
Gray, secretary, Windsor; Jas. Pritch- 
ard, Aulander, R. F. D. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Windsor Township — A. L. Pritchard. 
Windsor; Jas. A. Cruch. Windsor; 
John W. Cooper, Windsor; W. T. 
Heckstall. Windsor; T. Gilliam. 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. Harden, Winsdor, 



Smithwick, Merry 

Merry 

Colerain ; 
W. Ray- 
Colerain ; 



L 



i R. F. D. ; T. A. 
! Hill. 

Whites — J. H. Lawrence, 
Hill; W. T. D. Evans. 

Colerain — Jno. H. White, 
W. R. Raynor, Colerain; J. 
nor, Colerain ; W. S. Tavlor, 
J. B. Mitchell, Colerain. 

Roxobel — Thos. S. Norfleet, Roxo- 
bel ; W. J. Watson, Roxobel. 

Mitchells— G. R. Dunning, 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 
Hoggard, Chas. Taylor, M. P. Phelps, 
Hasting Casper. 

Woodville — J. L. Harrington, J. A. 
Modlin, Drew E. White, J. B. Saun- 
ders, J. T. Veale. 

Indian Woods — E. D. Spruill, Chas. 
Bond. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Methodist — J. G. Johnson, Windsor, 
Pastor. 

Episcopal — J. B. Gibble, W T indsor, 
Rector. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Mars Hill School. 
Cashie Neck School. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Merry Hill. 
Powellsville. 
NOT IN TOWNS. 
Quitsna. 
Merry Hill Supply Co. 
Morris, J. P.. Aulander. R. F. D. 
COTTON GINS. 
A. S., Windsor. 
Thomas Windsor. 
C. W., Quitsna. 



Dr. Crumpler, 
Ruffln, Jos. B., 
MERCHANTS 

Spruill, C. W., 



Rascoe, 
Gilliam, 
Spruill, 



BERTIE COUNTY. 



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PUBLIC SCHOOLS TEACHERS, 
White, J. I., Windsor. 
Gilliam, Miss Helen E., Windsor. 
Stokes, Miss Julia T., Windsor. 
Cherry, Miss Janie A., Windsor. 
Maynor. Miss Etta, Windsor. 
Gaskins, Miss Willie, Windsor. 
Hoggard, Miss Beulah, Windsor. 
Cowan, Miss Mabel, Windsor. 
Mizell, Miss Maude, Windsor. 
Parker, Miss Claude A., Windsor. 
Shields, Miss Irma, Windsor. 
Shields, Miss Maggie. Windsor. 
Mizell, Miss Emma, Windsor. 
Speight, Miss Margaret, Windsor. 
Pritchard, Mrs. A. R.. Windsor. 
Hoggard, John T., Windsor. 
Coward. Starkey V., Windsor. 
Mizell, Miss Linnie, Windsor. 
Bond. Mrs. Chas.. Windsor. 
Rhodes, Miss Lillian. Windsor. 
Bunch, Miss Nettie, Windsor. 
Sewell, Miss Mabel, Windsor. 
Sitterson, Miss Addie, Windsor. 
Thomas. Miss Goratha, Windsor. 
Rice. Miss Billie. Windsor. 
Hollomon, Miss Rosa, Cremo. 
Holloman. Miss Lillie. Cremo. 
White, Mrs. Rosa, Askewville. 
White, A. B.. Askewville. 
Cooper, Miss Annie, Quitsna. 
Godwin, Mrs. L. J., Ahoskie. 

Matthews, Miss Annie, Powells- 
ville. 

Luther, Miss Mamie, Colerain. 
Leary, Miss Amanda, Colerain. 
Harrell. Miss Virginia. Colerain. 
Hilliard. Miss Helen, Colerain. 
White, Miss Annie A., Colerain. 
Phelps, Miss Jeennie, Colerain. 
Baker, Mrs. Zaek, Colerain. 
Leary, Miss Meta. Colerain. 
Harrell, Miss Lillie. Colerain. 
Montague. Miss Hazel. Colerain. 
Grant, Mrs. Claude, Aulander. 
Harman. Mrs. A. R., Aulander. 
Pritchard, Miss Elizabeth. Aulander. 
Castelloe. Miss Fannie. Aulander. 
Knight. Miss Virgie, Aulander. 
Vann. Miss Beulah, Aulander. 
Williford. Miss Clarice. Aulander. 
Minton. Miss Rosa B.. Aulander. 
Nowell, Miss Jalia, Aulander. 
Truett, Miss Emma, Aulander. 
Tayloe, Miss Bettie, Aulander. 
Askew, Mrs. Ruth, Aulander. 
Bazemore. Mrs. J. L.. Aulander. 
Wynne. Mrs. Mary V., Aulander. 
Kennedy. Miss Lillian. Woodard. 
Spivey. Miss Florence E., Woodard. 
Aimsley. H. M.. Roxobel. 
Bland, Miss Daisy, Roxobel. 
Watson, Miss Eva. Roxobel. 
Watson, Miss Julia. Roxobel. 
Norfleet. Miss Elizabeth. Roxobel. 
Jilcott, Miss Minnie, Roxobel. 
Jilcott, Miss Carew, Roxobel. 
Gilbert. Mrs. W. H.. Roxobel. 
Lough. R. ,L. Kelford. 



Pope, Miss Lillian, Kelford. 
Eagles, Miss Cora W., Kelford. 
Jenkins. Miss Mamie, Kelford. 
Cobb, Miss Elizabeth, Kelford. 
Britt, J. M., Merry Hill. 
Britt, Miss Mattie, Merry Hill. 
Britt, Miss AVillie, Merry Hill. 
Britt, Miss Caroline, Merry Hill. 
Britt, Miss Ida L., Merry Hill. 
Smithwick. Miss Callie, Merry Hill. 
Phelps, Miss Celia B., Merry Hill. 
Lassiter. Miss Judith. Lewiston. 
Cherry, Miss Pauline, Lewiston. 
Cherry, Miss Lillian, Lewiston. 
Joyner, Miss Hattie, Lewiston. 



WINDSOR. 

Incorporated in 1767. 

Population. 1909: White, 600; 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— G. W. Davis. 

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 — T. Gilliam, 
President; W. L. Lyon. Cashier. 

Citizens Bank — E. S. Askew, Presi- 
dent ; M. B. Gilliam, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Sawyer, C. J. 
Pritchard, J. L. 
Puecb. E. W. 
Gurley. W. S. 
Nicholls, J. B. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Windsor Pharmacy. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Nicholls. J. B., & Bro. 
Stokes & Tadlock. 
Freeman. J. P. 
Gurley. T. P. 
Bazemore, R. C. 
Spivey, J. L. 
Rascoe. A. S. 
Mardre, J. J.. & Bro. 
Perry, J. E. R.. & Co. 
Bunch & Powell. 
Gilliam. J. B. 
Cooke. C. A. 
Lintsitz, S., Co. 
Gilliam, P. R. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Hotel Pearle. 



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LIVERY STABLES. 

Tayloe, Duncau. 

Wiggins & Blackstone. 
LAWYERS. 

Winston & Matthews. 

Johnson, W. R. 

Martin, J. B. 

Gilliam & Davenport. 

Nowell, J. H. 

Askew, E. S. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Gilliam, M. B., & Co. 

Gilliam & Lvon. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Windsor Ledger (Weekly) — S. W. 
Keuuey, Editor. 

DENTISTS. 

Mizell, W. G. 

Green, Dr. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Rhodes, E. (Saw Mill). 

Cooper, A. (Planing Mill). 

Bazemore, R. C. (Gin and Feanut 
Cleaner). 

Tadlock, J. E. (Gin). 



ATJXiANDER. 

Incorporated in 1885. 
Population, 1909: White, 850; color- 
ed. 150; total, 1,000. 

Value of real estate. $200,000; value 
personal property, $175,000. 

Tax Rate: One-fourth of 1 per 
cent, 1-2 for schools. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor— J. W. Mitchell. 
Postmaster — H. L. Early. 
Chief of Police— W. M. Parker. 
R. R. Agent— H. W. Catling, 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. 
Aulaneler Graded School — Mrs. 
Claude Grant, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Aulander— C. W. Mitchell, 
President; 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. (Wholesale). 

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. 

Williford, T. C. 

Britton, M. E. 

Rice, A. F. 

Pittman, Mrs. E. C. (Millinery). 

Holloman, J. T. (Millinery). 

Skyes, Mrs. J. W. (Millinery). 
HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Hoggard, W. D. 

BUTCHERS, AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Parker, W. M. 

Melton, Jos. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Herring, J. W„ & Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Central. 

Hoggard's Boarding House. 

Rice's Boarding House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Cook, Jno. R. 

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. 

Lassiter, Alex. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Dunning Brick Co. (Inc.) 

Mitchell, C. W. (Saw Mill). 

Triple Gin & Grist Mill. 

White, T. J. (Saw Mill and Cotton 
Gin). 

Carolina Building and Hardware Co. 

(Inc.), (Building Material and Saw 
Mill). 

Bertie Cotton Oil Co., Inc. (Oil and 
Fertilizers). 

Herring, J. W., & Co. (Carriage 
Builders i. 

Bell, E. J. (Buggy Factory). 



COLERAEV. 

Incorporated in 1871. 

Population, 1909: White, 300; color- 
ed, 50; total, 350. 

Value real estate, $100,000; value 
personal property, $15,000. 

Mayor — T. E. Beasley. 

Postmaster — G. B. Miller. 

Chief of Police — W. H. Sessoms. Jr. 

R. R. Agent — C. L. Henry, Albe- 
marle Steam Navigation Co. 

Manager Telephone — L. A. Nowell. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist Church — M. P. Davis, Pas- 
tor. 

Methodist— C. P. Pate. Pastor. 



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SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Colerain Graded Academy — Miss 
Louise Ferebee, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Colerain — L. A. Nowell, 
President; W. M. Sitterson, Cashier. 
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. 
Cohen, Markus. 
Beaslev, I. G. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Earle Hotel. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Beasley. W. H. (Saw Mill and Gin). 



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 $10<>. 
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— R. J. 
Lough. Principal. 

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. 

Tyler's Hotel. 

Simmons, Wm. (Restaurant). 
LIVERY STABLES. 

Stephenson, J. B. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Kelford Manufacturing n ^ 'Cof- 
fins). 

Brown, W. R. (Saw Mill). 

Brown, G. T. (Gin and Grist Mill). 

Hedgepeth & Harrell (Gin and Grist 
Mill). 

Parker. Geo. T. (Planing Mill and 
Vehicle Manufacturing Plant). 



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— J. G. Baker, Sea- 
board Air Line. 

JIanager Telegraph — H. C. Edwards, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — John F. Cale, Pastor. 
Methodist Church — D. L. Earnhardt, 
Pastor. 
Episcopal — J. B. Gibble, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Roxobel Academy — H. M. Anesley, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Roxobel — Leroy Capehart, 
President ; R. C. Mullican, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Jenkins, P. C. 
Capehart, A. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Jenkins, P. C. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Peele, C. T. 
Jilcott, R. W. 
Tyler- Futrell Co. 
Roxobel Supply Co. 
Capehart, Lerov. 
Bryant, L. L. & Co. 
Barnes Bros. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Peele Hotel. 
Lassiter, Mrs. J. B. 

DENTISTS. 
Jenkins, W. E. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Mullican & Watson. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Capehart Manufacturing Plant 
(Overalls and Shirts). 
Harrell, C. T. (Pine Lumber). 
Wimbrow Bros. Co. (Pine Lumber). 
Harrell, C. T. (Cotton Gin). 



LEWISTON. 

Population, 1909: White. 475; col- 
ored, 325; total, 800. 

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— W. C. Askew. 

R. R. Agent— H. O. Carlton, Sea- 
board Air Line. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Episcopal — J. B. Gibble, Rector. 

Baptist — J. F. Cale, Pastor. 

3Iethodist — D. L. Earnhardt. Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Bertie Union Academy — Miss Judith 
Lassiter, Principal. 

Private Schools — Mrs. Lee Bridges. 



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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. E. 
Sanders & Minton. 
Cherry, J. H. 
Edwards, C. T. 



Bazernore, Perry. 
Bazeruore, J. K. 
Lewiston Supply Co. 
Bazemore, W. S. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Williams, Mrs. Amelia. 
Bawls, R. W. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Williams. Mrs. A. 
Bawls, R. W. 
Casper, W. E. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Camp Mfg. Co. 
Farmers Mfg. Co. 
Morris & Bros. 



BLADEN COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, ELIZABETHTOWN. 



Population: (Census 1910).1S,006. 

Formed in 1734. Named in honor of Martin Bladen. 

Area: 900 square miles. 

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. 

The Pullman Company, assessed value $ 5.S05.60 

Seaboard Air Line Bailway Company, 32.S0 miles, assessed value. 657.68S.54 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 3,034.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 6.096.75 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 3,018.80 

Garland-Clinton Telephone Company, assessed value 305.00 

Merchants and Farmers Steamboat Company, assessed value 4.166.00 

Superior Court Terms: March 13th (one week each), for civil and criminal 
cases; October 16th; July 31st (one week), civil cases only. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— W. J. Davis, 
Elizabethtown. 

Sheriff— J. M. Clark, Elizabethtown. 

Resrister of Deeds — J. W. Hester, 
Elizabethtown. 

Treasurer — A. McA. Council, White 
Oak. 

Coroner— G. W. Wall, Elizabeth- 
town. 

Surveyor — John Ferguson, Bladen- 
boro. 

Co. Supt. of Health— L. B. Evans, 
Clarkton. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — Angus Cro- 
mnrtie. Garland. 

Co. Board of Education— D. W. Car- 
ter, (chrm.), Cedar Creek: A. M. 
Kelly. Abbottsburg; N. M. Beatty, 
Ivanhoe. 

County Commissioners — H. C. Brid- 
ger, Bladenboro: A. L. Tatum, White 
Oak: B. J. Sandlin, Council. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

L. H. Vollers, Kelly : Oillod Smith. 
Kellv : George W. Corbett. Kelly ; 
L. C. Boswell, Kelly: C. Mon- 
roe, 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, Fayetteville, 
R. F. D.; B. F. Kinlaw, Dublin; J. R. 
Pait, Richardson ; D. L. Roberts, 
Richardson; J .M. Pait. Richardson; 
O. O. Parker. Dublin; J. F. Hilburn, 
Bladenboro; E. N. Pait, Bladenboro; 
E. C. Hester, Bladenboro: G. B. John- 
son, Elizabethtown ; W. P. Dove, 
Elizabethtown ; L. J. Hall. Elizabeth- 
town ; N. A. Layton. White Oak ; T. B. 
Melvin, White Oak: W. D. Owen, 
White Oak : J. C. Bullard. White Oak ; 
W. R. Smith. Parkersburg; J. C. Cro- 
martie. Garland; A. B. Feeves. Gar- 
land: J. M. Johnson. Parkersburg; L. 
T. Tain. Parkersburg; B. F. Tatum, 
Parkersburg; N. M. Beatty, Ivanhoe; 
W. C. Johnson, Ivanhoe; A. Atkinson, 
Hocutt: A. E. Cain. Hocutt: B. H. 
Marshburn. Ham: H. W. Cain. Eliza- 
bethtown : R. P. Tatum. Ruskin : Jim 
Ellis. Yorick: J. B. West. Yorick ; J. 
W. McDuffie. Buskin; James Flowers. 
Zara; P. Runnington. Council: J. D. 
Devane. Zara: George H. Cromartie. 
Clarkton : .T. M. Pierce. Clarkton ; D. 
M. Buie. Clarkton: F. S. Averett. Ab- 
bottsburg: G. W. Smith. Abbottsburg; 
R. D. McEwen. Abbottsburg; W. J. 



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McEwen, Abbottsburg. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Presbyterian — A. McFadyeu, Clark- 
ton. 

Baptist — A. A. Hilburn, Bladenboro; 
A. M. Meeks. Favetteville. 

Methodist— Rev. Dr. Reid. White 
Oak; Rev. Bascornb Parker. Elizabeth- 
town. 

'SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

White Oak Academy— W. W. Wood- 
house, Principal, White Oak. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Lucas, W. H. G., White Oak. 

Cromartie. R. S., Garland. 

Gatling, Dr., Elizabethtown. 

Dr. Adkins, Councils. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

McNeill & Gillespie, Dublin. 

Wooten, J. A.. White Hall. 

Maultsby. T. N. Westbrook. 

Clark, A. A., Rosindale. 

Parker, C. P., Garland. 

McCulloch. E. F. White Oak. 

Smith, G. H., White Oak. 

Carter, D. A., & Bro., Jerome. 
COTTON GINS. 

Smith, A. H., Garland. 

Smith, George, White Oak. 

Davis. Wade, Populi. 

Council Bros., White Oak. 

Hair Bros.. White Oak. 

Clarkton Ginning Co., Clarktou. 

Bridger Co., Bladenboro. 

Clark Bros., Elizabethtown. 

King Bros., Dublin. 

SAW MILLS. 

Clarkton Lumber Co., Clarkton. 

Bridfier Co.. Bladenboro. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHER'S. 

Johnson, Miss Mona, Ivanhoe. 

Shaw, W. I., Ivanhoe. 

Shaw, D. McL., Ivanhoe. 

McDaniel. Miss Florrie. Tomahawk. 

Russ. D. P., Gravel Hill. 

Reeves, Miss B. B„ Parkersburg. 

Reeves. Miss Gertrude, Parkersburg. 

Ellis, Miss Mary. Yorick. 

Edge. Mrs. Eliza. White Oak. 

Burney, Miss Sallie. White Oak. 

Dunham, Miss Maggie. White Oak. 

Dunn. Miss Curie, White Oak. 

Woodhouse. W. W., White Oak. 

Shaw, W. P... White Oak. 

Johnson. Miss Sudie, Tar Heel. 

Brown. R. L., Abbottsburg. 

Allen. Miss Laura. Abbottsburg. 

Baucom. G. U., Bladenboro. 

Dunn, Leroy, Clarkton. 

Sinsrletary, Miss 'Lena. Bladenboro. 

Singletary, L. V., Bladenboro. 

Johnson. Miss Caroline, Richardson. 

Lewis, Seth, Richardson. 

Smith. Mrs. Kate. Clarkton. 

McFadyen. Miss Miriam. Oarkt.on. 

Smith, Miss Lizzie, Clarkton. 

Smith. Miss Ethel, Clarkton. 

Burney, Miss Ira. Clarkton. 

Harrell, Miss Hattie V., Elkton. 



Price, Julius. Rosindale. 

Corbett, Miss Mary, Rosindale. 

Lea, Miss Cora, Council. 

Rumbley, E. C, Kelley. 

Fredere, Miss Clara, Kelley. 

Smith. Miss Laura, Kelley. 

McNeill, Miss Louise, Dublin. 

Cupp, H. L., Dublin. 

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. 

Turner. O. B., 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, 1009: White, .175; col- 
ored, 75; total. 250. 

Value real estate. $50,000; value per- 
sonal propertv. .$25,000. 

Tax Rate: 1 mill on $1.00. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor— Walter E. Hall. 
Postmaster — E. J. Sutton. 
Manager Telegraph — W. E. Hall. 
Postal Telegraph Company. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — O. P. Meeks, Pastor, Fay- 
etteville. 

Presbyterian — Wm. M. Shaw, Pas- 
tor. Fayetteville. 
Methodist — Bascornb Parker, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Elizabethtown Academy — O. B. Tur- 
ner. Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Elizabethtown — J. B. Clark. 
President: L. R. Whitted. Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Robinson. N. 
Gatlin. Dr. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Gatlin, Dr. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Bladen County News — (Weekly) — 
Stewart Starr. Editor. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Smith, D. L. 
Davis, W. J. 
Hales. T. H. 
Melvin, G. F.. & Co. 
Shepherd, J. R. 
Clark Bros. 
Register. M. E. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Sutton House. 
Hall House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Davis, E. C. 



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MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Elizabethtown M'f'g Co. (Brick, 
lumber, shingles, etc.) 

Barnhill M'f'g Co. (Wagons, carts, 
buggies, etc.) 

Clark Bros., (gins). 



ABBOTTSBURG. 

Incorporated in 190:',. 

Population, 1900: 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. F. Fletcher. 

Postmastei — Z. G. Thompson. 

Chief of Police— J. F. Russ. 

R. R. Agent— S. A. L. Johnson, 
Seaboard Air Line Railway. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— Bascomb Parker, Pas- 
tor. 

Baptist— Rev. Mr. Byrd. Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Abbottshurgr High 'School— R. L. 
Brown, Principal. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Clark, McAulay & Co. 

Johnson, S. A. L. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Thompson, Z. G. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Cashwell, 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 Kate: 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 — G. N. Bail- 
oum, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Bladenboro— H. C. Bridger, 
President; H. C. Bridger, Jr., Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
McLean. A. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Bridger, H. C, Jr. 

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.) 

CLARKTON. 

Incorporated in 1901. 

Population, 368. 

Value real estate, $85,000 ; value per- 
sonal property, $75,000. 

Tax Rate: 16 2-3c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — G. 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. Mllllkin, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian— A. McFadyen, Pas- 
tor. _ 

Baptist— Angelo Porter, Tastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Clarkton High School— Prof. Leroy 
Dunn, 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. 
Hayes Swindell. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Clarkton Hotel. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Chirk, E. C. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Clark, J. H., & Co. 
Owen, S. W. 
Cox, E. J., & Co. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Bladen Journal (weekly) — W. M. 
Shaw, Editor. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Clarkton Planing Mill Co. 
Lyon M'f'g Co. (Crates.) 
Clarkton Ginning Co. 
Banner, W. H. 



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BRUNSWICK COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, SOITHPORT. 



Population (Census 1910), 14,434. 

Formed in 1764. Named in honor of the Duke of Brunswick. 

Area: 950 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $1,484,781 ; value of personal property, $828,191. 

Property listed in 1910, by whites, $2,075,367 ; by negroes, $237,605. 

Tax Kate: County purposes 23 2-3c. on the $100; pension, lc. ; special, 
91-3c. ; total, 34c. County bouded debt, $12,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, about 750. Worked under old State Law. In 
Sniithville Township one road built by bond issue. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

The Pullman Company, assessed value $ 4,440.24 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 12.8S miles, assessed value 377,460.S9 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 12.24 miles, assessed value 245,430.11 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 2,323.60 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 6,701.99 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telepraph Company, assessed value. 8,053.00 
Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 875.70 

Superior Court Terms: Third Tuesday after the first Monday in March; 
fourth Monday before the first Monday in September; fourth Tuesday after 
the first Monday in September. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 
Clerk of the Court — R. S. Newton, 

Southport. 

Sheriff — J. J. Knox, Town Creek. 

Register of Deeds — John Jeurette, 
Southport. 

Treasurer — George E. Brooks, Sea- 
side. 

Coroner — Joel Long, Shallotte. 

Surveyor — Walter Leonard, Supply. 

Co. Supt. of Health — J. A. Dosher, 
Southport. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — M. C. Guthrie, 
Southport. 

Supt. of County Home — J. S. Ar- 
nold, Southport. 

Co. Board of Education — J. B. 
Rourk, (chrm.), Southport; John E. 
Robinson, Supply; Asa R. Edwards, 
Exum. 

Countj' Commissioners — I. D. Har- 
relson (chrm.), Funston ; Richard 
Dosher, Southport ; W. A. Long, 
Regan. 

County Board of Elections — L. M. 
Todd (chrm.), Ash; J. Johnson, Win- 
nabow ; J. E. Douglass, Cronly. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Smithville Township — W. T. Pinner, 
Southport ; Richard Dosher, South- 
port; David Ward, Suburb; S. W. 
Smith, Suburb; T. M. Williams, 
Southport; S. P. Tharp, Southport; 
D. I. Watson, Southport; C. N. Phil- 
lips, Southport. 

Lockwoods Folly— A. T. Hewett, 
Supply; J. W. Lancaster, Supply; F. 
P. White, Supply; C. D. Robinson, 
Supply; W. N. Kirby, Supply; Claud 
H. Picott, Supply; David H. Caison, 
Supply. 

iShallotte— L. E. Stanly, Shallotte; 



Sam Hickman, Iredell ; W. F. Pearce, 
Shallotte; T". H. Patterson, Calabash; 
L. N. Benton, Iredell; E. B. Hewett, 
Shallotte; A. M. McKeithan, Shal- 
lotte; G. W. McLamb, Iredell; L. D. 
Long, Iredell. 

Northwest — F. M. Moore, Phoenix ; 
L. S. Skipper, Phoenix; A. M. Chinnis, 
Phoenix; J. D. Robbins, Phoenix; W. 
W. Murrell, Phoenix ; F. M. Silkes, 
Phoenix; R. T. Williams, Phoenix. 

Town Creek — G. H. Bellamy, Town 
Creek ; L. D. Caney, Leland ; P. S. 
Hawes, Winnabow; G. M. McKeithan, 
Town Creek; D. R. Mercer, Bolivia; 
Jackson Johnson, Winnabow ; W. D. 
Lewis, Funstou ; E. O. Rabon, Winna- 
bow; P. J. Benton, Winnabow; V. C. 
Garner, Winnabow; Mercer Cox, 
Bolivia. 

Waciamaw — Isham McKeithan, 
Regan; L. M. Todd, Ash; J. A. Phelps, 
Ash ; J. A. Bennett, Ash ; Robert In- 
man, Excelsior; B. I. Jenrette, 
Regan. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Baptist — D. L. Hewett, Shallotte; J. 
C. Mizzell, Funston. 

Methodist— T. H. Bain, Leland. 

Presbyterian — No Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Regan High School — Regan. 

Funston High School — Funston. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOOWN'S. 

Goodman, E. G., Town Creek. 

Stone, J. A.. Shallotte. 

Goley, W. It.. Shallotte. 

Jones, E. W., Shallotte. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Chinnis, A. M.. i uoenix. 

Kirby, A. S., Phoenix. 



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Evans. E. V., Leland. 
Cay. J. TV., Leland. 
Walker, L., Town Creek. 
Walker. W. H.. Town Creek. 
Rich Bros.. Funston. 
Lewis, W. D.. Winnabow. 
Smith, S. W., Suburb. 
Kirby, G. W., Supply. 
Galloway & Pigott, Supply. 
Brooks. George E., Seaside. 
Brooks, George E. & Co.. Iredell. 
Rourk Bros.. Shallotte. 
Mintz & Mintz, Mill Branch. 
Robinson, J. E., Supply. 
Hewett. Harry. Supply. 
Varnum. W. H.. Supply. 
Leonard, Walter, Supply. 
Clemmons, R. B., Supply. 
Smith and Evans. Ash. 
Babson, J. L.. Excelsior. 
Edwards & Edwards. Exum. 

COTTON GINS. 
Johnson. J., Winnabow. 
McKeithan. R. W.. Supply. 
Leonard, C. N.. Shallotte. 
Rourk Bros., Shallotte. 
Brooks. George E.. Seaside. 
Price, W. A., Southport. 
'SAW MILLS. 
Murrell, W. W., & Son. Phoenix. 
Brooks, George E., Seaside. 
Walker. L., Town Creek. 
Town Creek R. R. & Lumber Co. 
Town Creek. 

Henry, J. S.. Winnabow. 
Robbing. A. J., Southport. 
Pigott, J. J.. & Son, Supply. 
Calloway & Pigott, Supply. 
Chinnis, A. M., Phoenix. 
West. .T. T.. Leland. 
Goodman, E. G., Town Creek. 

TURPENTINE DISTILLERIES. 
Goodman, E. G., El Paso. 
Walker. L., Town Creek. 
Lewis. W. D., Winnabow. 
Rich Bros.. Funston. 
Harrelson & Bobbins. Funston. 
Mercer, D. R.. Bolivia. 
Smith. S. W.. Suburb. 
Calloway & Pigott, Supply. 
Robinson. J. E.. Supply. 
Brooks, G. E.. Seaside. 
Rourk Bros.. Shallotte. 
Mintz & Mintz. Mill Branch. 
King Bros.. Excelsior. 
Smith & Evans. Ash. 
Thompson. T. M.. Southport. 
Stantand & Co., Shallotte. 
White. F. P., Shallotte. 
Babson. J. L.. Excelsior. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Woodard. John C, Shallotte. 
Jones, Mrs. L. H.. Shallotte. 
White. Miss Ruth. Shallotte. 
Parker, E. M., Shallotte. 
Frink. Miss S. P.. Shallotte. 
Pearce, W. T.. Shallotte. 
Adkins. Miss Charlotte. Southport. 
Jordan, Miss Sallie, Southport. 



Burrows, Miss Bessie, Southport. 
Jenkins, J. L., Southport. 
Bennett, Ivan, Regan. . 
McKeithan. J. B., Regan. 
Ward, Luther, Regan. 
Cray, Geo. H., Regan. 
.Tennette, AVendell. Regan. 
Sherman, F. M., Calabash. 
Sherman, A. J., Calabash. 
Holoman, Miss Elmer, Iredell. 
Hickman, R. B., Iredell. 
McLamb. M. D., Supply. 
Hemingwav. Lina, Supply. 
Holden, J. H., Supply. 
Brisson, Cora, Malino. 
Ward, Miss May, Suburb. 
Swain. Miss Rea, Suburb. 
Thompson, Miss Gertrude, Leland. 
Richardson, Miss Essie L., Wilming- 
ton. 

Brisson. Miss Carrie L., Winnabow. 
Nixon. Miss Vestel. Winnabow. 
Shaw, Miss Zara. Phoenix. 
Orrell. Miss Alary L.. Phoenix. 
Price, Miss Lillie V., Southport. 
Price. Miss M. L., Southport. 
Moore. Miss Edna. Southport. 
Powers, Miss Lula. Funston. 
Bryson. J. A., Funston. 
Edwards, Ralph M., Exum. 



white 
value 



SOUTHPORT. 

Population. 1009: 1.500. No. 
polls. 106: No. colored polls. 5S 

Value real estate. $2^0.620; 
personal property, $133,211. 

Tax Rate: 70c' on the $100. 

Floating debt. $500. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Price Furpless. 

Chief of Police — Cecil Lewis. 

City Clerk— B. J. Holden. 

Treasurer — J. J. Loughlln. 

Tax Collector— C. N. Phillips. 

Standard-Keeper — W. T. Pinner. 

City Attorneys — Cramer & Davis. 

City Snpt. of Health— J. A. Dosher. 

Postmaster — R. W. Davis. 

Steamboat Manager — J. W. Harper. 

Telegraph Manager — J. T. Harper, 
Wilmington. of Wilmington and 
Southport Telegraph Co. 

Telephone Manssrer — H. Mc. A. 
Rose. Wilmington. Southern Bell Tele- 
phone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— J. O. Fullbright. Pastor. 

Episcopal — Edward Wooten. Rector. 

Methodist — L. T. Singleton. Pastor. 

Presbyterian — No Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Southport Graded School — J. L. Jen- 
kins. Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Stuart House. 

Clemmons. Mrs. J. H. 

Williams, Miss Jennie. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Furpless. Price. 



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Bobbins, A. J. 

BANKS AND BANKEKS. 

Bank of Southport — T. C. Cooper, 
President; D. O. Daniel, Cashier. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
Hood, H. W. 
Rourk, J. B. 

Dosher, St. George & Co. 
Loughlin, J. J. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Bell, J. A. 
Aldridge, Hony. 
Greer, B. F. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
"Watson, D. I., & Son. 
Peoples Drug Co. 
Hood Bros. & Co. 
Rourk, J. B. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Bobbins, A. J. 
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. 
Peoples Drug Co. 

DOCTORS. 
Dosher, J. A. 
Brown, G. F. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Hood, H. W. 
Ruark. J. B. 
Loughlin, J. J. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 
Hood Bros. & Co. 
FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Dosher, T. Hoyle, Co. 
GROCERS. 
Rourk. J. B. 
Hood Bros. & Co. 
Dosher, St. George & Co. 
Fulwood. W. T. 
Smith, W. F. 
Phillips, C. N. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Hood Bros. & Co. 



INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Stevens, E. B. (Fire and Life.) 
Pyke, W. H. (Fire and Life.) 

LAWYERS. 
Taylor, C. Edward. 
Cranmer & Davis. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Hood Bros. & Co. 
Dosher, St. George & Co. 

PAINTERS. 
Galloway, L. A. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
tCews Printing Co. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Stevens, E. B. 
Pyke, W. H. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Southport Messenger (Weekly) — 
Richard A. B. Carroll, Editor. 



SHAJLLOTTE. 

Incorporated in 1899. 

Population, 1909: White, 162; col- 
ored, None; total, 162. 

Value real estate, $19,784.38; value 
personal property, $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 — J. M. Marlow, Pastor. 

DOCTORS. 
Goley, Wm. R. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

J. Stanland & Co. 
White, J. H, & Son. 
Hewett, D. G. &,Co. 
Frink, 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- 
tillery.) 
White, F. P. (Turpentine Distillery.) 
Leonard & Holmes. (Turpentine Dis- 
tillery.) 



BUNCOMBE COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, ASHEVILLE. 



Population: (Census 1910), 49,798. 

Formed in 1791. Named in honor of Edward Buncombe. 

Area: 520 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $13,872,723 ; value of personal property, $6,057,828. 

Property listed in 1910, by whites, $17,995,112; by negroes, $295,313.02. 

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, $471,000. 



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Public Roads: No. miles, 05. Worked by convict and free labor. 
RAILROAD. TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

American Refrigerator Transit Company, assessed value $ 886.00 

Asheville Southern Railway, 2.13 miles, assessed value 10,000.00 

American Cotton Oil Company, assessed value 3,325.00 

W. T. Weaver Power Company, assessed value 120,000.00 

WV.i vei-ville Electric Company, assessed value 3,21(1. 00 

Southern Railway Company, 47.52 miles, assessed value 1,384,397.11 

Southern Railway — Carolina Div., 10.3-i miles, assessed value 61,556.61 



assessed value. 



7,966.77 

16,325.00 

5,352.05 

1,000.00 

133,228.00 



Pullman Company, assessed value 

Asheville and East Tennessee R. R., 4.77 miles 

Southern Express Company, assessyed value 

Black Mountain Telephone Company, assessed value 

Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 10,950.13 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 1,320.00 

Asheville and Craggy Mountain Railway, 2.26, assessed value 10,000.00 

Madison Telephone Company, assessed value 400.00 

Asheville Electric Company, assessed value 174,430.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 4,779.20 

Bee Tree Railroad, 7.75 miles, assessed value 15,500.00 

Leicester Telephone Company, assessed value 400.00 

Union Power and Water Company, assessed value 700.00 

North Buncombe Telephone Company, assessed value 420.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 1,514.00 

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 (two 
weeks). 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — Marcus Erwin, 
Asheville. 

'Sheriff — Chas. F. Williams, Ashe- 
ville. 

Tax Collector — R. C. Crowell, Ashe- 
ville. 

Register of Deeds — T. J. Mackey, 
Asheville. 

Treasurer — Thomas M. Duckett, 
Asheville. 

Coroner — E. R. Morris, Asheville. 

Surveyoi — 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. P. Mer- 
rill, Asheville. R. P. D. No. 4. 

Co. Board of Education — Julius C. 
Martin, (chrm.), Asheville; Clyde 
Reed. Biltmore; Jason Ashworth, 
Fairview. 

County Commissioners — E. W. Pat- 
ton. Biltmore; J. E. Patton. Asheville; 
R. D. Buckner, Democrat; J. W. Ruth- 
erford, Candler ; R. C. Sales, Biltmore. 

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. Waddell, Asheville; W. W. Patton, 
Asheville ; R. A. Burroughs, Asheville ; 
A. H. Filmet, Asheville; J. C. Cowan. 
Asheville: M. A. Creasrnan, Asheville; 
S. A. Johnson, Asheville ; Sol. A. 
Carter, Asheville, R. F .D. No. 1; W. 
A. .lames, 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; R. W. John- 
son, Asheville. R. F. D. No. 3; J. B. 
Worsley, Asheville. 

Black Mountain — J. H. Hampton 
Black Mountain ; F. C. Watkins, Black 
Mountain ; W. R. Goodson, Black 
Mountain. 

Reems Creek — D. H. Reagan. Weav- 
jerville; S. D. Ballard. Weaverville ; T. 
j H. Weaver, Weaverville; W. T. Brad- 
; ley, Weaverville. 

French Broad — Zeb F. Vance, Alex- 
ander ; W. H. Peek, Alexander; J. A. 
Gwaltney, Alexander. 

Flat Creek — J. E. Chandler. Homer- 

■ ville : E. J. Roberts, Homerville : A. 

I 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- 



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crat ; J. H. Woodard, Democrat; T. 
S. Dillingham, BarnardsviUe ; M. T. 
Ray, BarnardsviUe; Z. B. Hobson, 
BarnardsviUe. 

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. 
M. Roberts, Swannanoa; L. F. Hitt, 
Swanannoa; J. C. M. Valentine, Swan- 
nanoa. 

Upper Hominy — J. C. Walters, Can- 
dler; J. N. Smitb. 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. E. Pounders, Juno ; 
L. E. Martin, Juno ; J. L. Williamson, 
Newfound; G. L. Moffltt, Leicester; B. 
L. Lyda, jjeicester. 

Sandy Mush — W. I. 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. 

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. 

Blackstock, E. H.. Homerville. 

Carver, J. M., Leicester. 
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.. BarnardsviUe. 

West, C. P., Weaverville. 

Johnson, J. E., Grace. 

Harrison, H. R., Swanannoa. 

Hall, W. C, Black Mountain. 

McKoy, J. W.. Black Mountain. 

Ashworth, Jason. Fairview. 

Jones, J. Will. Fairview. 

Williams, Ed., Fairview. 

Case, A. B.. & Bro., Skyland. . 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Hominy Mills, Candler. 

Biltmore Roller Mills, Biltmore. 

Leicester Roller Mills, Leicester. 

Juno Mills, Juno. 

Lotsprich, J. B., Weaverille. 



Patton, John E., Glen Inglis. 

Mt. Mitchell Lumber Co., Swanan- 
noa. 

Craggy Lumber Co.. Swanannoa. 

Rutherford, J. W., Candler. 

Coleman, J. L., Lumber Co., Ashe- 
ville. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Johnson, T. M., Arden. 

Ray, James W., Biltmore, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Cochrane, P. G.. Arden. 

Kerr, Miss Mabel, Asheville, R.F.D. 
No. 3. 

Hunter, AVade R., Biltmore, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Morgan, Miss Annie, Biltmore, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Bradley, J. W., Candler. 

Allen, Miss Mamie, Candler. 

Crook, Robert. Candler. 

Parker, Miss Ethel, Candler. 

Garrison, Miss Effie. Candler. 

Brown, Miss Fannie I., Candler. 

Bryan, A. B., Candler. 

Henry, Rose, Candler. 

Sams, Bonnie. Candler. 

Duckett. Miss Anna. Candler. 

Boggs, Miss Lou, Belwood. 

Morgan, Dolly. Candler. 

Clark. Miss Emily, Candler. 

Whntlow, Miss Frances. Candler. 

Hutchinson. Miss Etta. Candler. 

Jervis, C. E., Asheville, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Hughes, Miss Berta, Leicester. 

Reeves, P. V.. Leicester. 

Farmer, Miss Lulu, Leicester. 

Lominac. Miss Nora T., Asheville, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Martin, Miss Ren a, Leicester. 

Garrison, Miss Anna Laura, Leices- 
ter. 

Matney, Miss Grace. Leicester. 

Reynolds, Miss Etta, Leicester. 

Duckett, Miss Lola, Newfound. 

Ray. Arthur C, Newfound. 

Jervis, Fred, Asheville. R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Reynolds. Miss Attie. Asheville. R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Kirkpatrick, Miss Mattie. Candler. 

Wells. Frank L.. Leicester. 

Snelson, Miss Sarah. Leicester. 

Brown, Joseph, Marshall, R. F. D., 
No. 1. 

Reeves. G. M., Leicester. 

Coward, Nathan, Mascot. 

Brown, Miss Ethel. Sandy Mush. 

Wells, Miss Gertrude. Sandy Mush. 

Coward, Manson, Trust. 

Hall. A. B., Gem. 

Sales, R. C. Skyland. 

Peeke. Will W.. Mars Hill. 

Merritt. Miss Minnie L.. Easley, S.C. 

Shook, Haskey, Skyland. 

Hunter, H. T., Fairview. 

Weaver, Glen C, Fairview. 

Abernethy, Miss Irene. Fairview. 



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Lynch, Miss Edna, Fairview. 

Merrell, S. J., Fairview. 

Shuford, Clinton, Fairview. 

Stanley, Miss Emma, Fairview. 

Lanning, Miss Sue E.. Fairview. 

Ashworth. Mrs. S. J., Fairview. 

Tweed, Miss Bessie, Fletcher, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Miller, C. A., Fairview. 

Gre^g, Miss Epsie, Swannanoa. 

White, Lois, Asheville, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Arnold, Miss Delia, Farm School. 

Valentine. J. C. M.. Swannanoa. 

Shook, Miss Grace, Swannanoa. 

Jones, Miss Orma B., Asheville, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Gash, Miss Helen, Azalea. 

Tucker, D. C. Asheville. R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Edwards, R. B.. Asheville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Hildebrand, Miss Eleanor. Ashe- 
ville. 

Jones. Minnie. Asheville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Morgan, Miss Bessie, Asheville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Stephenson, Miss Lillie. Asheville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Whitson, Miss Jennie, Asheville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Edwards. B. L., Asheville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Kerr, Miss Estelle. Asheville. R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Reynolds, J. L., Asheville, R. F. D, 
No. 4. 

Mackev, Miss Sue, Asheville. R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Hipps. W. H., Biltmore. 

Weaver. Miss Pearl, Biltmore. 

Ellis. Mrs. D. L.. Biltmore. 

Morgan, S. J., Biltmore. 

Ashworth, R. P., Biltmore. 

Waddell, Miss Maude, Biltmore. 

Bell. G. H.. Asheville, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Dixon, Luke, Asheville, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Blankenship, G. H.. Asheville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Rav, Miss Clara. Asheville, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Kimberly, Miss Fannie. Asheville, 
Box 578 

Anderson, Augusta, Asheville. 

Gudger, Miss Maria, Candler. 

Herndon, Miss Frances, Weaverrille. 

Gill. Mrs. Jennie B., Weaverville. 

Pickler, Miss Etta. Weaverville. 

Ingram, J. M., Brankton. 

Reagan, H. G., Weaverville. 

Haves, Miss Ernestine, Brankton. 

Ballard, Miss Ethel, Taft. 

Sawyer, H. E., Beech. 

Pickens, Miss Nell.. Beech. 

Brittain, Miss Vistula, Weaverville. 

Miller, Arthur C, Candler. 

Sams, Miss Agnes, Weaverville. 



Fox, Miss Johanna, Jupiter. 

Williams, Miss Florence, Weaver- 
ville. 

Howell, Miss Loretta, Weaverville. 

Bundy, Miss Josephine, Jupiter. 

Roberts, Mrs. L. W., Jupiter. 

Ammous, J. J., Morgan Hill. 

Chambers, Miss Odessa, Morgan 
Hill. 

Woodward, Grover, Democrat. 

Roberts, Miss Merkie, Democrat. 

Rochelle, Z. A., Baruardsville. 

Rochelle. Mrs. Z. A., Barnardsville. 

Greene, Miss Zartha, Barnardsville. 

Edwards, Miss Jane, Barnardsville. 

Edwards. J. B., Barnardsville. 

Edwards, Miss Dovie, Barnardsville. 

Dillingham, Mrs. Louisa, Barnards- 
ville. 

Brown, J. C. Dillingham. 

Marshall, Miss Gertrude, Dillingham. 

Philips, F. S., Asheville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Dillingham, Miss Hattie, Morgan 
Hill. 

McLean, Miss Clyde. Democrat. 

McKinuey, Fulton, Democrat. 

Anders, Miss Dixie, Barnardsville. 

Moore, J. T., Black Mountain. 

M..ore, Mrs. J. T.. Black Mountain. 

Bishop, Amelia, Arden. 

Foreman, Mrs. E. B. Montreat. 

Prince, Miss Carrie. Montreat. 

Hollister, Miss Delia, Weaverville. 

Carter, Miss Louise, Alexander. 

Mull, Miss Bertha, Asheville, R. F. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Parker, Miss May Alexander. 

Buckner, Miss Pearl. Alexander. 

Brittain, Miss Margaret, Asheville, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Bruhl, Miss De, Alexander. 

ASHEVIIiLdE. 

Population, 1910 30,000. No. white 
polls. 1,523; No. colored polls, 705. 

Value real estate, $7,664,049; value 
personal property, $3,386,197. 

Tax Kate: $1.50 on the $100. 

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. Halyburton. 

Treasurer — J. B. Erwin. 

Tax Collector— C. H. Bartlett. 

Standard-Keeper— T. J. Mitchell. 

City Attorney— S. G. Bernard. 

City Supt. of Health— L. B. Mc- 
Brayer. 

Postmaster— W. W. Rollins. 

R. R. Agrent— W. H. Maher, South- 
ern Railway Co. 

Express Agrent — J. T. James. 

Telegraph Manager — E. N. Williams.. 

Telephone Manager — M. Erskine. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— W. M. Vines, Pastor. 



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Christian — J. O. Helsebach, Pastor. 

Episcopal — H. Field Saumenig, 
Rector. 

Lutheran — A. T. Coyner, Pastor. 

Methodist— C. W. Byrd. G. G. Har- 
ley, D. J. Miller, W. A. Newell. 

Presbyterian — A. F. Campbell, Pas- 
tor. 

Catholic — Father Marion, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant— J. S. Wil- 
liams. Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

City High School. 

Orange Street School. 

Asheville Avenue. 

Park Avenue. 

Murray School. 

Montford Avenue. 

HOTELS. 

The Battery Park. 

Swanannoa. 

The Manor. 

Hotel Berkeley. 

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. F. B. 

The Elkton. 

Forest Hill. 

Gray Gables. 

Harris, Mrs. M. A. 

Harris, Miss Mattie. 

Hull, Mrs. M. H. 

Lee, Mrs. Julia A. 

McGuire, Miss Mary C. 

McCrary, Mrs. M. 

Margo Terrace. 

Mears, Mrs. Ella. 

Mitchell, Mrs. Carrie Carr. 

Muller, Mrs. L. A. 

Ninety-Nine, Haywood. 

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. 

Wright, 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 Park Bank — J. P. Sawyer, 
President; J. E. Rankin, Cashier. 

Wachovia Loan & Trust Co. — T. S. 
Morrison, Chairman ; W. B. William- 
son, Cashier. 

The Citizens Bank— E. L. Ray, 
President; J. A. Campbell, Cashier. 
CHAMBER OP COMMERCE. 

Board of Trade— J. A. Nichols, Pres- 
ident; J. P. Kerr, Secretary. 

BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Blue Ridge Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation. 

BAKERS. 
Asheville Strane Bakery. 
Beurer's Bakery. 
Paul's Model Bakery. 
Woman's Exchange. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Blue Ridge Granite Brick Co. 
French Broad Granite Brick Co. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
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. 
Keibler & Whitehead. 
Lutz Meat Co. 
Star Market. 
Marlow Bros. 
Faulkner Bros. 
Ledford, J. M. 
Teague's Market. 
Zimmerman & Son. 
Hill & Young. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS & M'F'B'S, 
Morrison, T. S., & Co. 
Asheville Harness Co. 
Brown, C. L. 
Wallace, J. C. 

CLUBS. 
Asheville Club. 
Elks' Club. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Kroger, William. 
Asheville Wholesale Grocery Co. 
Rickman, T. J. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Asheville Cotton Mills. 



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CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 


McKay's, Pharmacy. 




Baker, C. P. 


Montford Drug Co. 




Club Cafe & Candy Kitchen. 


Seawell's Pharmacy. 




Fisher, H. L. 


Smith's Drug Store. 




Heston, J. M. & Son. 


Streetman, T. L. 




Lee-Bryant Co. 


West End Drug Store. 




Mascari, Charles. 


DOCTORS. 




CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 


Ambler, C. P. 




Byerly, E. 


Anderson, J. G. 




Creasman & Owenby. 


Ballard. A. M. 




Clements, G. W. 


Battle, S. W. 




Smith. J. W. M. 


Briggs, H. H. 




Dalton, T. S. 


Brownson, W. C. 




Francis, W. C. 


Brvan. J. W. 




McDowell, E. E. 


Bryant, R. H. 




McPherson, J. C. 


Buckner, R. G. 




Patton, J. L. 


Callaway, A. W. 




Tennent, .T. A. 


Carroll, J. L. 




Westall, J. M. 


Carroll, R. S. 




COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 


Cheesborough, T. P. 




Asheville Coal Co. 


Cocke, Jere. 




Asheville Coal & Lumber Co. 


Dunn. W. L. 




Southern Coal Co. 


Eckels, 0. F. 




CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 


Elias. L. W. 




FURNISHERS. 


Fletcher, M. H. 




Asheville Dry Goods & Clothing Co. 


Frazier, Thompson. 




Blomberg, A. 


Gardner. G. D. 




Blomberg, S. I. 


Gibbs, E. W. 




Finestein, S. , 


Glenn. C. B. 




Glaser & Sugg. 


Gruner, E. P. 




Moore, M. V., Co. 


Hampton, J. E. 




Redwood, H., & Co. 


Hennell, M. H. 




Stoner, O. E. 


Hilliard. W. D. 




Whitlock Clothing Co. 


Hunnicutt. W. J. 




Zagier, M. 


Johnson, Alice E. 




Zagier, R. B. 


Jordan, C. S. 




DEPARTMENT STORES. 


McBrayer, L. B. 




Sumner, Sons & Co. 


Meacham & Rockwell. 




Redwood, H., & Co. 


Merriwater. F. T. 




Kindley, W. E., & Co. 


Merrimon. Louise. 




Lipinsky, S. 


Millender. M. C. 




DENTISTS. 


Minor. C. L. 




Foreman, J. W. 


Morris, E. R. 




Sinclair, J. A. 


Orr, P. G. 




Reeves, R. H. 


Paquin, Paul. 




Ramsey, J. F. 


Powell, W. V. 




Hunt, F. L. 


Pritchard. Arthur. 




Fawcett. J. W. 


Purefoy, G. W. 




Parker, J. M. 


Reynolds. C. V. 




Smathers. Waxier. 


Rinser, P. H. 




Durham, Benjamin. 


Sawver. James. 




Mann, I. 


Sevier, D. E. & L. T. 




Chambers, E. 0. 


Smith. Owen. 




Hall, B. F. 


Stevens, M. L. 




Glenn, C. F. 


Van Ruck, Carl. 




Matthews, Augustus. 


Van Ruck. Svlva. 




Sinclair. P. D. 


Walker. J. W. 




TOBACCO DEALERS. 


Weaver, H. B. 
Whittinffton, W. P. 




Blomberg, L. 
Schas, M. 

Asheville Tobacco Co. 
Pugh, C. S. 


William. John H. 




Zimmerman, C. S. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 


Asheville Electric Co. 




Barbee's Cigar Store. 


W. T. Weaver Power Co. 




DRUGGISTS. 


FERTILIZER DEALERS & 


M'F'R'S. 


Carmichael, W. C. 


Asheville Packing Co. 




Rayser, C. A. 


Rogers. W. F., <fc Sons. 




Asheville Pharmacy. 
Carolina Pharmacy. 


FLORISTS. 


• 


Grants Pharmacy. 


Lashly, D. A. 





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Brown, E. E. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Asheville Fish Co. 
Hyams, M. 

Graham's Fish Market. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Asheville Supply & Foundry Co. 
Sternberg Supply & Foundry Co. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Beaumont Furniture Co. 
Burton & Holt. 
Deal & Rector. 
Green Bros. 
Moore, W. L. 
Smathers. J. L.. & Sons. 
Walton & McLain. 

GROCERS. 
Slayden, Fakes & Co. 
Mustern-Bobertson Co. 
Asheville Grocery Co. 
Baird Bros. 
Earl & Nelson. 
Allison, G. D. 
Barnett, W. L. 
Campbell. J. M., & Co. 
Cooper, C. S. 
Davis, W. A. 
Felmet Bros. 
Ford, W. P., & Son. 
Forster Supply Co. 
Foster, Frank S. 
Harkius. B. W., & Co. 
Hayes, J. F. 
Hyams. M. 
Incde, J. B. 
Jarrett. E. C. 
Jenkins, J. H. 
Johnson, W. E. 
Johnston, J. V. 
Micholov, A. D. 
Millhollanrl & Lipe. 
Miller, F. M. 
Noland-Mclntvre Co. 
Olive. H. J. 
Owenbv & Son. 
Redman, S. M. 
Stradlev & Luther. 
Webb, D. H. 
Welch, J. L... & Co. 
Sawyer. C. 
Yates & McGuire. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Asheville Hardware Co. 
Green, O. L., Hardware Co. 
Brown-Northrup & Co. 

HOSPITALS. 
Mission Hospital. 
Merriweather Hospital. 
Biltmore Hospital. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Aston, Rawls & Co. (Fire.) 
Rutledge, Frederick. & Co. (Fire.) 
Patterson. J. R., & Co. (Fire.) 
LaBarbe. Moale & Chiles (Fire). 

JEWELERS. 
Field. Arthur M., Co. 
Alexander, G. 
Carpenter, J. E. 
Cosbv, B. H. 
Trast, H. M. 



Goldsmith, W. W. 
Henderson, C. H. 
Jennerett. L. W. 
Shaffner, W. H. 
Stern, Victor. 

LAUNDRIES. 
Asheville Steam Laundry Co. 
Model Steam Laundry. 
Mountain City Steam* Laundry. 

LAWYERS. 
Adams, J. G. 
Adams, J. S. 
Adams, J. Sneed. 
Adicks, H. F. 
Anderson, J. B. 
Arthur, J. B. 
Barnard, A. S. 
Bernard, S. G. 
Britt. J. J. 
Bourne, L. M. 
Brown, M. W. 
Brown. W. P. 
Carter, Frank. 
Carter. H. B. 
Chedester, H. C. 
Cocke, P. C. 
Cocke, Wm. J. 
Craig, Locke. 
Curtis. Z. F. 
Davidson, T. F. 
Davies, Wm. M. 
F.eatherston, A. A., Jr. 
Ford, J. F. 
GiUis, Donald. 
Glenn, J. F. 
Gudger, J. M., Sr. 
Gudger, J. M., Jr. 
Gudger, Owen. 
Gudger, V. 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, C. N. 
Martin, J. C. 
Martin. J. H. 
Merrick, Duff. 
Merrimon, J. G. 
Merrimon, J. H 
Merrimon. H. E. 
Millard, D. R. 
Montieth. A. D. 
Moore, Charles A. 
Morrison, A. T. 
Murphy, J. D. 
Parker. Haywood. 
Randolph. E. G. 
Ravenel, S. P. 
Reynolds, G. S. 
Reynolds, R. R. 
Rickman, T. J. 
Roberts, Gallatin. 
Rollins. T. S. 
Settle, Thomas. 



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Shuford, G. A. 
Shuford, W. B. 
Sondley, F. A. 
Starues, J. R. 
Steveus, H. B. 
Styles, J. S. 
Swain, J. B. 
Thomas, F. W. 
Thoinasson, G. A. 
Tucker, J. H. 
Van Winkle, Kingsland. 
Way, Eugene. 
Weaver, Guy. 
Weaver, Zebulon. 
Webb, Charles A. 
Welch, Gilmer. 
Wells, It. M. 
Whitson, W. R. 
Williams, R. R. 
Wright, G. H. 

PAINT AND Oil. DEALERS. 
Fitzpatrick, R. L., & Son. 
Perkinson, T. J. 
Excelsior Paint Co. 
Miller-Rice Co. 
Bowles, R. E. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
McConnell Bros. 
Owenby-Fletcher Co. 

PLUMBERS. 
Rich, J. R., Co. 
Ball & Thrash. 
Guischard, G. L. 
Moore, J. W. 
Union Plumbers. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Falk, C. 
Dunham, H. A. 
Benton & Holt. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Hoge & Koonce. 
Ray, C. F. 
Brock. I. 
Lindsey, T. H. 
McCanless, J. M. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Aston, Rawls & Co. 
Forbes & Campbell. 
Atkinson & Sons. 
LaBarbe, Moal & Chiles. 
Grant Realty Co. 
Canaday, W. M. 
Donnahoe & Bledsoe. 
McKissick Realty Co. 
Batterham, H. 
Brown & Logan. 
Hall & Penland. 
Marsteller & Co. 
McCloskey, J. J. 
Mills & Metts. 
Woods, F. T. H. 
Carter, G. D. 
Campbell, J. M. 
Ingle, F. D. 
Lvman, A. J. 

TAILORS. 
Brown & Co. 
Logan, S. T. 
Foller, J. J. 



Whitlock Clothing Co. 
CNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Noland-Brownell Co. 

Hare, Baird & Co. 

Red Cross Undertaking Co. 

Starues, J. R. 

Brown, J. V., & Son. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

Tuttle A A. 

WALL PAPER HANGERS. 

Fitzpatrick, R. L., & Sons. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 

Hackney-Moale Co. 

The Inland Press. 

Asheville Printing Co. 

Rogers. H. T. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Gazette News (Daily and Semi- 
Weekly)— W. A. Hildebrand, Editor. 
New Testament Christian (Monthly,! — 
Lucius B. Compton. Editor. 

Our Chinch Record (Monthly)— E. T. 
Coyner, Editor. 

Asheville Citizen (Daily and Semi- 
Weekly) — James II. Caine. Editor. 

Asheville Citizen — James H. Caine, 
Editor. 
UMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 

Westall, J. M., & Co. 

Westall, W. H., & Co. 

Coleman, J. S., Lumber Co. 

Scott Lumber Co. 

Mason Lumber Co. 

Mason, B. C. 

Whiting Lumber Co. 

Wm. Ritter Lumber Co. 

Arbogast, J. C. 

Asheville Lumber Co. 

Craggy Lumber Co. 

Empire Lumber Co. 

English Lumber Co. 

Jones. Wm. M. 

McEwen Lumber Co. 

Monger Lumber Co. 

Sproes, W. J. 

Swananoa Lumber Co. 

Glen Inslis Co. 

Rutherford, J. W. 

English, J. W., & Co. 

MARBLE WORKS. * 

Bean, S. I., & Co. 

Cherokee Marble Works. 

Wolfe, W. O. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Hans Rees Tannery Co. 

Asheville Supply & Foundry Co. 

United States Furniture Co. 

Southern Mica Co. 

Brown, M. Vance. 

Biltmore Box Co. 

Jones, Wm. M. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 

Morrison, T. S-, & Co . 

Asheville Hardware Co. 

Barnard, W. W. 



WEAVERVTLIiE. 

Incorporated in 1909. 

Population, 1909: White, 400; col- 



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ored. 100; total, 500. 

Value real estate, $75,000; value per- 
sonal property. $50,000. 

Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — T. N. Greenlee. 

Postmaster — T. H. Weaver. 

Chief of Police — J. Burgin. 

R. R. Agent — D. Wagoner. Agent 
for the Weaverville electric line. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — W. C. Pooney, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — G. L. Curry, 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Weaverville College — O. S. Dean, 
President. 

Weaverville School — G. H. Blanken- 
ship, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 

Reagan, J. J. 

Reagan, L. A. 

Gill, J. M. 

Robinson, Z. B. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Reeves, T. H. 

GENERAL, MERCHANDISE. 

Whitamore, J. M. 

West, C. P. 

Reeves, W.' H. & Son. 

Mick Brothers. 

Merrill, E. B. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Reagan, W. M. 

Weaver, Capt. 

Hollister, Mrs. 

Rroadwater. 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, JS50.000. 

Tax rate: 35c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS, 

Mayor — G. W. Stepp. 

Postmaster— G. W. Stepp. 

Chief of Police — T. A. Brown. 

R. R. Agent— W. H. Smith, South- 
ern Railway Co. 

Manager Telegraph — W. H. Smith. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— D. R. Profit, Pastor. 

Baptist— L B. Hudgins, Supt. 

Methodist (Northern) — Rev. Mr. 
Mattison, Pastor. 



Presbyterian — E. L. Siler, Pastor. 
Episcopal — Rev. Mr. Meyers, Rector. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
High School — W. W. Brvan, Prin. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Commonwealth — ,T. W. McKoy, 
President: A. A. Heeeman, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Cotton, C. E. 
Archer, I. J. 
Terrell, A. J. 
Landis, B. P. 

DENTISTS. 
Dr. Burke. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Landis & Terrell. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

McKoy, J. M. 

Hall, W. C. 

Dickson, W. B. (Hardware.) 

Mayer, ,T. A. 

Queen. E. W. 

Hill, W. M., & Co., (Meats). 

Allred, J. J., & Co. 

Cauble, P. A. (Groceries.) 

Carolina Feed Store. 

Cash Store. 

McGraw, Jno. G., Agent. 

Reed, R. H. 

Reed, J. E. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Gladstone Hotel. 

Mountain View House. 

The Inn. 

Crawford Boarding House. 

Mt. Mitchell Inn. 

Enthoffer Inn. 

Dickson, W. B. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Brown Bros. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Black Mountain Building and Loan 
Association. 
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 
AGENTS. 

Hegeman & Currier. 



BILTMORE. 

Incorporated in 1893. 
Population, 1909; White, 400; color- 
ed, none; total. 400. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — S. P. Ravenel. 
Postmaster — B. ,T. 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. 

DOCTORS. 
Elias, L. W. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Biltmore Drug Store. 
GROCERS. 
Stoner. A. D. 



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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. 

.MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Biltmore Estate Industries. 



BURKE COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, MORGANTON. 



Population: (Census 1910), 21,40S. 

Formed in 1777. Named in honor of Edmund Burke. 

Area: 400 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $1,824,410 ; value of personal property. $1,070,310. 

Property listed in 1910, by whites, $2,S27,549; by negroes, §67,891. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 54; for negroes, 10. 

Tax Rate: 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, 29.70 miles, assessed value $865,248.16 

Pullman Company, assessed value 5,256.90 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 2.94S.90 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 5,690.30 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 10,746.00 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway, 2. IS, assessed value 20,162.25 

'Superior Court Terms: First Monday after first Monday in March; fourth 
Monday before first Monday in September; thirteenth Monday after first 
Monday in March; thirteenth Monday after first Monday in September. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — L. A. Bristol, 
Morgauton. 

Sheriff — Forest C. Berry, Morganton. 

Register of Deeds — John B. Hollo- 
way, Morganton. 

Treasurer — S. S. Lane, Morganton. 

Coroner — F. E. Cooke. Morganton, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Surveyor — J. P. Bumgarner, Mor- 
ganton, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Co. Supt. of Health— E. W. Phifer, 
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. 

Morganton Township — W. A. Ross, 
Morganton ; A. N. Dale, Morganton ; 
H. C. Deaton, Morganton ; John Hal- 
lyburton, Morganton. 

Silver Creek — J. R. Taylor, Morgan- 
ton, R. F. D. No. 1; S. M. Hawkins. 
Morganton, R. F. D. No. 1 ; T. L. Mor- 
rison, Morganton, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Lower Fork — M. F. Huffman, Con- 
nelly Springs, R. F. D. No. 3; 
W. H. York, Connelly Springs, R.F.D. i 



No. 3; M. A. Carswell, Connelly 
Springs, R. F. D. No. 3; Thomas Set- 
tieniyre, 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 — Holt Carswell. Morgan- 
ton, R. F. D. No. 4 ; Joseph Hipps, 
Morganton, R. F. D. No. 4; J. J. Po- 
teet. Morganton, R. F. D. No. 4. 

Quaker .Meadows — John Houk, Mor- 
ganton, R. F. D. No. 5 ; T. C. Fleming, 
Morganton, R. F. D. No. 3; John Har- 
bison, R. F. D. No. 5. 

Lmville — S. B. Moore, Fonta Flora ; 
W. T. Austin, Gibbs ; Joe Hemphill, 
Fonta Flora. 

Smokey Creek— J. R. Benfield, Mor- 
ganton, R. F. D. No. 2; W. M. War- 
lick, 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:John 
Roderich, Morganton, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Icard — J. W. Parrish, Hildebrand ; 
W. A. Hildebrand, Hildebrand; G. 
L. Stines, Hildebrand : M. D. Earney, 
Hildebrand ; P. M. Cook. Hildebrand. 

Upper Creek — Salem Franklin, Jonas 
Ridge; J. A. Fleming, Table Rock; 



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W. A. Kincaid, Joy. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Baptist — R. L. Patton, Morganton ; 
Rev. Hageman, Morganton ; P. J. Shell, 
Gibbs. 

Methodist— E. M. Modlin, Mor- 
ganton ; E. C. Pansey, Connelly 
Springs. 

Presbyterian — Dugald Monroe. 
3IERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Giles, A. H., Fonta Flora. 

Noblett Bros., Lenville Store. 

Kenedy & Co., Table Rock. 

Berry Bros., Drexel. 
FliOUR, CORN AND FEED MILES. 

Bridgewater Milling Co., Glen 
Alpine. 

SAW MILLS. 

Pitts & Giles, Glen Alpine. 

Pitts, J. D., Glen Alpine. 

Kincaid, S. A., Chesterfield. 

Hntton & Bourbonnais, Morganton. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Hood, W. A., Chesterfield. 

Hood, John .Chesterfield. 

Hood, Miss Lucile, Chesterfield. 

Hood, Miss Virgie, Chesterfield. 

Hood, Miss Eva, Chesterfield. 

Smith, Miss Winnie, Chesterfield. 

Smith, Miss Jennie, Chesterfield. 

Seals, Miss Bessie. Bridgewater. 

Logon, Miss Eva, Bridgewater. 

Waters, Miss Olive, Morganton. 

Waters. Miss Nova. Morganton. 

Hoffman, Miss Mabel. Drexel. 

Tilley, Mrs. Lillian, Drexel. 

Rector, J. A., Drexel. 

Whisnant, Joe, Morganton. 

Benfield, H. S., Morganton. 

Kerley, G. L., Hildebrand. 

Beach, J. W., Hildebrand. 

Laxton, Miss M. A., Morganton. 

Laxton, Miss Buena, Morganton. 

Puett, C. P., Morganton. 

Arney, Miss Alice. Worry. 

Erwin, Miss Iva. Morganton. 

Duckworth, Miss Narnie, Morgan- 
ton. 

Neil. Miss Gertrude, Morganton. 

Whisnant. W. E.. Morganton. 

Taylor, Miss Carrie, Brindletowu. 

LaFevers, Mrs. C. I., Hickory, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Simmons, Miss Sue, Morganton. 

Lorbacher, Mrs. L. M.. Morganton. 

Corpening, Miss Ada, Worry. 

Tomlinson, Miss Lena, Rutherford 
College. 



MORGANTON. 

Population, 1909: 2,500. No white 
polls, 400; No. colored polls. 100. 

Value real estate, .$474,327; value 
personal propertv, $308,713. 

Tax Rate: $1.00 on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $29,000; floating debt, 
$6,400. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — R. B. Boger. 



Chief of Police— John Wall. 

City Clerk — Hamilton Erwin. 

Treasurer — W. E. Walton. 

Tax Collector — Hamilton Erwin. 

City Attorney — A. C. Avery, Jr. 

City Supt. of Health— E. W. Phifer. 

Postmaster — C. F. McKisson. 

R. R. Agent— J. E. Galloway, South- 
ern Railway Company. 

Express Agent — J. E. Galloway. 

Telegraph Manager — 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 — Rev. Mr. Jordan, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — W. F. Hollingsworth, 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Morganton Graded Schools — Prof. 
E. M. Hairfield, Supt. 

Patton's High School — R. L. Patton, 
Principal. 

Marbut School — Mrs. W. R. Marbut, 
Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Morgan. 

McConnaughey House. 

Hemphill, Mrs. T. L. 

Patton House. 

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. 

Hanks & Co. 

BOOK STORES. 

Gaither, B. S. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Green & Kincaid. 

Formey & Co. 

McDowell, J., & Co. 

Smith, J. M. 

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. 



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DENTISTS. 

Jeter, I. P. 
Dula, A. M. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

News-Herald— T. G. Cobb, Editor. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Leslie, W. A. 
Burke Drug Co. 

DOCTORS. 
Riddle, .T. B. 
Phifer. E. "W. 
Warlick, E. S. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Davis. I. I., & Son. 
Presnell & Hogan. 
Hildebrand & Connelly. 
POWER AND EIGHT COMPANIES. 
Morganton Electric Light Co. 

FRUIT DEAEERS. 
Ross, W. A. 
Newton. P. F. 
FERTILIZER DEAEERS & M'F'R'S. 
Pearson, J. H. 
Beach. J. A.. & Son. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEAEERS. 
McGalleard & Lowdermilk. 

FURNITURE DEAEERS. 
Claywell Bros. 
Kerksev, C. P. 

GROCERS. 
Moreanton Grocery Co. 

HARDWARE DEAEERS. 
Morsrnnton Hardware Co. 

HOSPITALS. 
Grace. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Wilson, J. W. 
Hildebrand. M. P. 
Ervin, W. C. 
Harbison, W. A. 
Hossfleld. P. W. 
Patton, P. W. 

JEWELERS. 
Patton, W. H. 
Wortman. W. A. 
Miller. H. E. 

LAUNDRIES. 
Morganton Steam Laundry. 

LAWYERS. 
Avery, I. T. 
Ervin. W. C. 
Avery, A. C, Sr. 
Averv, A. C, Jr. 
Ervin. S. J. 
Perkins, John T. 
Mull. J. M. 
Riddle. R. V .T. 
Huffman, R. L. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Morganton Hardware Co. 
Kerksev, C. F. 

PAINTERS. 

Lytle, Albert. 
Ervin. Jim. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 

Shu ping, 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. 

Hossfleld. F. W. 

Patton. P. W. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Claywell Bros. 

Kerkey. W. L. 

WALE PAPER DEALERS. 

Ervin. Jim. 

Webber, L. J. 

Lvtle. Albert. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Morganton Building and Loan As- 
sociation. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Morganton Furniture Co. (Furni- 
ture). 



GLEN ALPINE. 

Incorporated in 1881. 

Population, 1909, white, 304; colored 
22: total, 326. 

Value real estate, $50,000; value 
i personal property. $15,000; tax 
i rate, . 10 cents per $100. 

Mayor — L. F. Brinklev. 

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 Railway. 

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 1SS1. 
Population, 1909. 308. 
Value real estate, $13,424. 
Value personal property, $20,705; 
tax rate. 30 cents. 

Mayor— .T. F. Coulter. 
Postmaster — Mrs. Emma Moss. 



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Chief of Police — R. B. Cassels. 

K. K. Agent — B. B. Abernetby, 
Southern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — Fanzo Aber- 
netby, Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— J. F. Moser, T. H. Ed- 
wards, W. E. Poover, D. P. Goode, R. 
S. Abernetby, 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. 
Aberuethv, R. S. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOCSES. 
Johnson; J. P. 
Moore, C. C. 
Fleming, H. A. 
Campbell, W. F. 
Randle. Bufort. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Morris. J. B. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Belwood Shoe Co. 



CABARRUS COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, CONCORD. 



Population: (Census 1910). 20.240. 

Formed in 1792. Named in honor of Stephen Cabarrus. 

Area, 488 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $4,367,157: value of personal property. $2,124,634. ' 

Property listed in 1910, by whites. 86,334,787: by negroes, $157,004. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 4S: for negroes. 22. 

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. '■' ' 'i -i-? - ■ • - 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

North Carolina Railroad, 17.16. miles, assessed value SS03.46S.78 

Yarlkin Railroad, 1.15 miles, assessed value 6.883.10 

Pullman Company, assessed value 3,037.32 

Southern Express Company, assessed value ; 1,693.67 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 17,230.53 

Concord Telephone Company, assessed value 3,000.00 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value. 3.726.00 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value .... 6,837.60 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 1,674.10 

Southern Power Company, assessed value 69,411.00 

Superior Court Terms: January 30th Ctwo weeks) ; May 8th (two weeks) ; 
August 28th (one week) ; October 23rd Ctwo weeks). 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— M. L. Widen - 
house, Concord. 

Sheriff — J. F. Honeycutt, Concord. 

Register of Deeds — John B. Mc- 
Allister, Concord. 

Treasurer — C. W. Swink. Concord. 

Coroner — George H. Richmond. 

Surveyor — Reece I. Long. Concord. 

Co. Supt. of Health— J. W. Wallace, 
Concord. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— Charles E. 
Boger. Concord. 

Supt. of Count v Home — A. H. Sapp, 
Concord, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Co. Board of Education — James P. 
Cook. (chrm.). Concord: W. F. Smith. 
Davidson. R. F. D. No. 24; G. F. Mc- 
Allister, Mt. Pleasant. 

County Commissioners — W. W. 
Flowe, (chrm.). Concord: John A. 
Barnhardt. Harrisburg. R. F. D. No. 
2; John W. Morris, Concord, R F. D. 



No. 1 ; John AV. Cook. Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 2; George W. Dry, Goldhill, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

County Board of Elections — M. B. 
Stickley. (chrm.). Concord: G. H. Rut- 
ledge, Concord; J. H. Dorton, Concord. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

No. 1. Township — W. H. Oglesby, 
Harrisburg; J. W. Staliings, Harris- 
burs; Walter E. Klutz, Concord. R. F. 
R. No. 6. 

No. 2 — W. J. McLaughlin. Concord, 
R. F. D. No. 6. 

No. 3 — C. H. Hamilton, Davidson, 
B. 1'. D. No. 24. 

No. 4 — T. L. Ross, Kannapolis; J. 
W. Winecoff, Glass ; J. A. Winecoff, 
Glass. 

No. 5— M. J. Shinn. Concord. R. F. 
D. No. 3; P. M. Misenheimor. Concord, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

No. 6 — A. Crowell, Concord, R. ,F. 
D. No. 4; G. E. Ritchie, Concord, R. 



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F. D. No. 4; M. W. Allnian, Concord, 
It. F. D. No. 4. 

No. 7— G. W. Dry. Gold Hill. R. F. 
D. No. 2; G. H. Moose, Gold Hill, R. 
P. D. No. 2. 

No. 8— Jonas Cook. Mt. Pleasant; T. 
A. Moser, Concord. It. F. I>. No. 5. 

No. 9 — P. F. Widenhouse, George- 
ville. 

No. 10— W. H. Bost, Harrisburg, R.F. 
D. No. 4; H. C. Cook, Harrisburg, R. 
F. D. No. 4; Sam Black, Harrisburg, 
R. F. D. No. 2; Will Black, Harris- 
burg, R. F. D. No. 4. 

No. 11— C. F. Smith, Bost's Mills. 

No. 12— J. N. Brown, Concord ; W. J. 
Hill, Concord ; G. M. Lore, Concord ; 

C. A. Pitts, Concord ; D. M. Furr, 
Concord ; J. A. Kimmons, Concord ; J. 
M. Howard, Concord; J. P. Howard, 
Concord ; C. J. Williams, Concord. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Methodist — S. S. Hiffgins, Harris- 
burg, R. F. D. No. 4; W. P. McGhee, 
Concord; W. B. Shinn, Kannapolis; 
J. J. Eads, Concord. 

Presbyterian — L. H. Query, Concord, 
R. F. D. No. 2; J. E. Summers, Con- 
cord, R. F .D. No. 2. 

Baptist — J. W. Snider, Concord ; W. 
T. Talbirt, Kannapolis. 

Lutheran — Lester D. Miller. Mt. 
Pleasant. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Rocky River High School — L. A. 

Bikle. Principal, Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Sunderland Hall for Girls — Miss 
Melissa Montgomery. Principal, Con- 
cord, R. F. D. No. 6. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Grier, S. A., Harrisburg. 

Black, J. C, Harrisburg, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Yow. I. A., Georgeville. 

Gouger, George J., Concord, R. F. 

D. No. 2. 

Flow. J. W., Kannapolis. 

Caudle. H. H., Kannapolis. 

Pbarr, T. F., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. G. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Shinn <!t Widenhouse, Georgeville. 

Barrier & Son, Georseville. 

Little. D. J., Bosts Mills. 

Hartsell, P. J.. Harrisburg, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Carriker. J. W.. Harrisburg, R. 
F. 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. 

Burleyson. Mrs. Jeanett, Concord. R. 
F D. No. 7. 

Oglesby. W. H.. Harrisburg. 

Teeter. M. F.. & Co,. Harrisburg. 

Alexander, J. F.. Harrisburg. 



Morrison, D. L., Harrisburg. 

Harry, W. D., Harrisburg, R. F. 
D No. 3. 

Cook, J. W.. Concord, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Triece, J. P., Glass. 

Smith Bros., Davidson, R. F. D. 
No. 24. 

Emerson, M. A., Concord. R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Brown, J. E., Glass. 

Andrews, S. R., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Herrin, M .E., Mt. Pleasant, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Lentz, A. C, & Co., Gold Hill, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Watts Bros., Concord. R. F. D. 
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. P., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Goodnight & Johnson. Concord. R. 
j F. D. No. 2. 

Black, Sam, Harrisburg, R. F. D. 

COTTON GINS. 

Bost. E. T., Bosts Mills. 

Pharr, T. F., Concord, R. F. D. N. 6. 

Stallings, P. F., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. G. 

Garmon, John, Concord. R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Flowe & McAunultv, Concord. R. 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, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Russell, R. A., Concord. 

Dees, R. A., Concord. 

McEachern, 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. 

Measimer & 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. 



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Soutbern Cotton Oil Co., Concord. 
FLOUB, CORN AND FEED MILES. 

Bost, E. T., Bosts Mills. 

Pharr, T. F., Concord, R. F. D. No. 6. 

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. 

Kindlev, 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 MIEES. 

Safrit, R. W„ Concord, R. F. Di 
No. 4. 

Bost, W. B. J.. Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Heinze, 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. 
No. 1. 

Dees, R. A., Concord. 
PCBEIC 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, Harris- 
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. 

Weddiugton, Miss Hattie, Concord, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Query, Miss Kate, Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Kerr. R. T., Mooresville. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Johnson, Miss Cora, Concord, 1!. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Emmerson, Miss Carrie. Concord, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Isenhour, Miss Cora, ConcorJ, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Morris, W .C, Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 



Caldwell, Clell, Kannapolis. 

Cook, Miss Ollie, Kannapoiis 

Efird, Miss Maggie, KannapoUs. 

Moser, Miss Maggie, Kann.ipolis. 

Rumple, Miss Ella May, Glass, R. 
F. D. 

Sloop, Miss Berta, Concord. It. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Ritchie, Grover, Concord. 

Johnson, Miss Ola, Concord, 1!. 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. 

Jeffeoat, Miss Cora Pearl, Concord, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Suther, John A., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Lippard. A. J., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Krimminger. Miss Loretta. Concord, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Cruse, W. C, Gold Hill. 

Plyler, C. G., Gold Hill. 

Barnhardt, Mrs. C. H., 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 Elma, 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. 
D No. 7. 

Baker. H. T., Harrisburg, R. F. D. 

.lenkins, 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. 
No. 5. 

Rankin, Charles W., Concord, R. 
F. D. No. 0. 



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Orier, Miss Mavme, Concord. R. F. 
D. No. 6. 
Cline, Miss Ollie, Concord. 



CONCORD. 

Population. 1009: 12.250. 

No. white polls, 1,236; No. colored 
polls, 210. 

Value real estate. $3,117,238; value 
personal property, $760,066. 

Tax Kate: $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. Boger. 

City Clerk— W. H. Gibson. 

Treasurer — W. H. Gibson. 

Tax Collector— W. J. Montgomery, 
Jr. 

City Attorney— L. T. Hartsell. 

Postmaster — M. L. Buchanan. 

R. R. Agent — E. Runion. 

Express Agent — W. B. Ward. 

Telegraph Managers — Miss Virginia 
Fouchee. Western Union ; F. M. Yick- 
ery. Postal Telegraph Co. 

Telephone Managers — L. D. Cole- 
trane. Concord Telephone Co. ; Miss 
Maud Brown. Southern Bell Tel. Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — (First). S. N. Watson, Pas- 
tor; (Second), D. F. Helms. Pastor. 

Episcopal (All Saints)— No Rector. 

■Lutheran (St. Tames)— Chas. P. Mc- 
Laughlin, Pastor: (St. Andrews), 
Charles Pless. Pastor. 

Methodist— (Central), P. T. Durham, 
Pastor; (Forest HilD. W. L. Hutch- 
ins. Pastor; (Epworth), J. A. J. Far- 
rinsrton. Pastor. 

Presbyterian — (First), .T. M. Grier, 
Pastor; (McKinnon). No Pastor; 
(Cannonville)., no Pastor: (Bayless 
Memorial), no Pastor. 

Associated Reform 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— A. S. Webb, 
Superintendent. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

St. Cloud-Normandy. 
New South Cafe. 
Pity Cafe. 
Tsenhour Bros. 
Allen House. 
Fisher House. 
Marshall House. 

ARCHITECTS. 
Propst. A. H. 
Caldwell, D. A. 
Walthall, R. L. 
Browns'. R. A., Sons. 



BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Concord National Bank — D. B. Col- 
trane. President; L. D. Coltrane, 
Cashier. 

Cabarrus Savings Bank — H. I. 
Woodhouse, President; C. W. Swink, 
Cashier. 

Citizens Bank & Trust Co. — A. Jones 
Yorke. President ; C. B. Wagoner, 
Cashier. 

BAKERS. 

The Concord Steam Bakery. 
BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

R. A. Brown's Sons. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Ivey Shoe Store, 
j Cannon & Fetzer Co. 
i White-Morrison-Flowe Co. 

Brown-Cannon Co. 

Parks, H. L., & Co. 

Dayvault Co.. The. 

Wilkinson-Widenhouse Co. 

Barrier- Widenhouse & Co. 

Cline Bros. 

Eflrd's. 

Smith. T. J., & Bro. 

Waddell. I. H., & Sons. 

Furr, D. M. 

Furr & Bost. 

Widenhouse & Sons. 

Dry, C. A.. & Co. 

Furr, J. M. 

Walter, M. C. Co. 

BOOK STORES. 

White-Morrison-Flowe Co. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Dayvault. J. F., & Co. 

Sappenfleld. C. M. 

Morrison, W. F. 

Beck. Fred. 

Greabers' Sons. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

The Cabarrus County Building, 
Loan & Savings Association. 

The Concord Perpetual Building & 
Loan Association. 

Citizens Building & Loan Associa- 
tion. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Dees. R. F. (Manufacturer.) 

Yorke & Wadsworth Co. 

Ritchie Hardware Co. 

Davvault Co., The. 

CLUBS. 

Elk's Home. 

Piedmont Club. (Incorporated.) 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Cannon Mfg. Co. 

Cabarrus Cotton Mills. 

Gibson Mfg. Co. 

Locke Cotton Mills Co. 

Young-Hartsell Mills Co. 

Brown Mfg. Co. 

Brander Cotton Mill Corporation. 

Franklin Cotton Mills. 

Kerr Bleachery &■ Finishing Works. 

Magnolia Mills Co. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Concord Candv Kitchen. 

Searboro, W. H. 



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Norman, J. 


Walter, M. C, Co. 


Kitz, H. G. 


Fisher's. 


Dove & Bost Co. 


Dayvault Co., The. 


Troy, C. T. 


Wilkinson -Widen house Co. 


Lippard & Barrier. 


Barrier, Widenhouse & Co. 


Correll & Stratford. 


Laughlin, John. 


Gibson Drug Store. 


Waddell, I. H., & Sons. 


Peoples Drug Co. 


Smith, T. J., & Bro. 


Fetzers Drug Store. 


Furr, D. M. 


CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 


POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 


Propst. A. H. 


Board of Light & Water Commis- 


Caldwell, D. A. 


sioners, Southern Power Co. 


Walthall, R. L. 


FRUIT DEALERS. 


R. A. Brown's Sons. 


Concord Candy Kitchen. 


Dry, C. B. 


Ritz, H. G. 


COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 


Dove & Bost Co. 


Craven, K. L., & Sons. 


Lippard & Barrier. 


Foil, W. A. 


Scarboro & Roberts. 


Pounds, A. B. 


Norman, J. 


CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 


FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 


United Citizens Club — L. W. Bran- 


White-Morrison-Flowe Co. 


der, President; J. C. Fink, Secretary 


Cline & Moose. 


and Treasurer. 


Dayvault Co.. The. 


CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 


Yorke & Wadsworth Co. 


FURNISHERS. 


FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 


Cannon & Fetzer Co. 


Sappenfield, C. M. 


Brown-Cannon Co. 


Isenhouer Bros. 


White-Morrison-Flowe Co. 


New South Cafe. 


Parks, H. L. & Co. 


FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 


Dayvault Co., The 


Concord Foundry & Machine Works. 


Wilkinson-Wideuhouse & Co. 


FURNITURE DEALERS. 


Efird's. 


Bell-Harris Furniture Co. 


COTTON GINS. 


Craven Bros. Furniture & Under- 


Yorke & Wadsworth Co. 


taking Co. 


Ritchie Hardware Co. 


Concord Furniture Co. 


DEPARTMENT STORES. 


Wilkinson, H. B., & Co. 


Parks, H. L., & Co. 


GROCERS. 


Efird's. 


Hartsell, A. F., & Co. (Wholesale.) 


DENTISTS. 


Patterson, G. W. (Wholesale.) 


Herring, H. C. 


White-Morrison-Flowe Co. 


Houston, W. C. 


Lippard & Barrier. 


Ezzell, W. L. 


Hahn-Honeycutt Co. 


TOBACCO DEALERS. 


Glass, W. J. 


Hartsell, A. F., Co. (Wholesale). 


Parks, H. L., & Co. 


Patterson, G. W. 


Troy, C. T. 


DRUGGISTS. 


Correll & Stratford. 


Gibson Drug Store, (Inc.) 


Gaddy, R. L. 


Fetzers Drug Store, (Inc.) 


Miller, J. L. 


Cabarrus Drug Co. 


Dove & Bost Co. 


Peoples Drug Co. 


Blume Bros. 


Marsh, M. L. 


Waddell, I. H., & Son. 


Means Drug Co. 


Smith, T. J., & Bro. 


Eureka Drug Co. 


Wilkinson-Widenhouse Co. 


DOCTORS. 


Walker. D. M. 


Young, R. S. 


Williams, C. J. 


Rogers, F. 0. 


Furr & Bost. 


Smoot & Pemberton. 


Barrier-Widenhouse & Co. 


Archev, L. M. 


Laughlin, John. 


Caldwell. D. G. 


Blackwelder, Arthur. 


Kins:. R. M. 


Caudle & Suther. 


Lafferty, J. S. 


Walter, M. C, Co. 


Wallace, J. W. 


Widenhouse & Sons. 


Reed, J. F. 


FIVE AND TEN-CENT STORES. 


DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 


Brachen, Miss Glenn. 


White-Morrison-Flowe Co. 

Parks, H. L. & Co. . 

Black & Shepard. 

Efird's. 


HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Yorke & Wadsworth Co. 
Ritchie Hardware Co. 
White, C. R. 


Widenhouse & Sons. 


INSURANCE AGENTS. 


Dry, C. A. 


King, J. B. (Life.) 


Furr & Bost. 


Moon, J. V. (Life.) 



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CABARRUS COUNTY. 



White, T. J. (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. C. Jewelry Co. 

Willeford, J. C. 

Collett, J. W. 

LAUNDRIES. 

Concord Steam Laundry. 
LAWYERS. 

Hartsell. L. T. 

Montgomery & Crowell. 

Means, W. G. 

Smith, W. M. 

Stickley, M. B. 

Puryear, H. S. 

Williams, H. S. 

Armfield, Maness & Skyes. 
LIMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 

Yorke Furniture Co. 

Sills Lumber. 

Niblock & Davis. 

Dry, C. B. 

National Lumber Co. 

MARBLE WORKS. 

Freeze & Utley. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 

Yorke & Wadsworth Co. 

Ritchie Hardware Co. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Ritchie Hardware Co. 

Yorke & Wadsworth Co. 
PAINTERS. 

Correll, E. F. 

Brown, J. LaFayette. 

W T hitlock. Marvin. (Sign.) 

Mund, Frank. 

Whitlock. William. 

Ritz, H. G. (Sign.) 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 

Same as Grocers. 

PLUMBERS. 

Sanitary Plumbing Co. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 

Bell & Harris Furniture Co. 
PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Newman. T. C. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Concord Times (Weekly) — J. B. 
Sherrill, Proprietor. 

The Concord Daily Tribune — J. B. 
Sherrill, Proprietor. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 

Job Press. 

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. 



City Pressing Club. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Bell & Harris Furniture Co. 
Craven Bros. Furniture & Under- 
taking Co. 

Wilkinson, H. B., & Co. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Oriffln, B. L. 
Bunn, J. F. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Correll, E. F. 
Mund, Frank. 



MT. PLEASANT. 

Incorporated in 1S56. 
Population. 1909: White, 800; col- 
ored, 150; total, 950. 

Value real estate, $60,000; value per- 
sonal property, $140,000. 

Tax Rate: 30c. on the .$100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — J. M. Shuping. 
Postmaster — A. W. Moore. 
Chief of Police— J. L. Lefler. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Lutheran — J. P. Miller, Pastor. 
German Reform — Rev. Mr. Shulen- 
burger. Pastor. 

Metehodist— B. E. Staufield. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Mt. Pleasant Collegiate Institute — «1. 
F. McAllister, Principal. 

Mount Amvena Seminary — J. H. C. 
Fisher. Principal. 

Mt. Pleasant Graded School — Hugh 
Barrier. Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Cabarrus Savings Bank of Mount 
Pleasant — H I.. Woodhouse, Presi- 
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. 
Sifford. Blackwilder Co. 
Barrier. D. D. 
Hartsell. W. S. 
Green, Joe. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Welsh House. 
Lentz Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Foil & Moose. 

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. 
James Knitting Mill. 
Lefler. J. H.. Machine Shop. 



CALDWELL COUNTY. 



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CALDWELL COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, LENOIR. 



Population: (Census 1910), 20,579. 

Formed in 1841. Named in honor of Dr. Joseph Caldwell, first Presi- 
dent University North Carolina. 

Area. 450 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $1,924,096; value of personal property, $1,349,245. 

Property listed in 1910, by whites, $3,228,139; by negroes, $45,202. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 75; for negroes, 13. 

Tax Bate: 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. 

Southern Express Company, assessed value $ 1,372.70 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 1,013.54 

Caldwell and Northern Railroad, 23.50 miles, assessed value 90.090.00 

Lenoir Electric Company, assessed value 4,000.00 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway, 14.84 miles, assessed value... 137,251.50 

Citizens Light and Power Company, assessed value 4.200.00 

Watauga Turnpike Company, assessed value 6.750.00 

'Superior Court Terms: First Monday before first Monday in March, 
criminal and civil; eleventh Monday after first Monday in March. civil; 
first Monday before first Monday in September, criminal and civil; twelfth 
Monday after first Monday in September, civil. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— W. C. Moore, 
Jr., Lenoir. 

Sheriff— Julius P. Icard, Saw Mills. 

Register of Deeds — James L. Miller, 
Lenoir. 

Treasurer — R. F. Shuford, Lenoir, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Coroner — John L. Austin, Lenoir, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Surveyor — Robert E. Tuttle, Lenoir. 

County Supt. Health— Dr. C. L. Wil- 
son, Lenoir. 

County Supt. Schools — Y. D. Moore, 
Lenoir. 

'Supt. County Home — F. M. Hodges, 
Lenoir, R. F. D. No. 1. 

County Board of Education — P. G. 
Moore (chrm.). Granite Falls: M. L. 
Greer, Lenoir; M. G. Shearer. Lenoir. 

County Commissioners — M. Deal, 
Lenoir, R. F. D. No. 2; W. J. Har- 
ins'ton. Patterson; W. D. Wilkie, 
Granite Falls. 

County Board of Elections — Mark 
Squires (chrm.), Lenoir; J. B. Isbell, 
Lenoir: L. E. Rabb, Lenoir. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

John's River Township — W. T. 
Moyers, Collettsville ; S. A. McCall, 
Lenoir, R. F. D. No. 5; John Hayes, 
Happy. 

Hudson— J. P. Rush, Lenoir, R. F. 
D. No. 3; Joe M. Lingle, Hudson; W. 
H. H. Hartley, Hudson. 

King's Creek — F. G. Laxton, King's 
Creek; J. M. Brock, King's Creek; 
Pickins Barlow, Kind's Creek. 

Wilson's Creek— Colfax Clarke, 
Edgemont; Job. F. Cook, Edgemont ; 
W. P. Tuttle, Saginaw. 



Lenoir — W. L. Swanson. Lenoir, R. 
F. D. No. 3: Geo. B. Walsh, Lenoir; 
F. B. Mitchell, Lenoir, R. F. D. No. 5. 

Lower Creek — John P. Carlton, Le- 
noir, R. F. D. No. 1 ; E. A. Poe. Le- 
noir: G. R. Clark, Lenoir; P. J. Mc- 
Dade, Lenoir. 

Little River — John H. Jones. Granite 
Falls, R. F. D. No. 1: A. T. Sims, 
Granite Falls, R. F. D. No. 1: W. B. 
J Winkler, Lenoir, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Globe— Arthur Dula, Globe; W. P. 
Coffey, Globe- Walter Curtis, Globe. 

North Catawba— G. W. Smith, 
Lenoir, R. F. D. No. 3: D. N. W. 
Smith. Granite Falls, R. F. D. No. 2; 
I. R, Conway, Granite Falls, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Patterson — H. L. Bolick, Finley ; 
Amos L. Storie, Finley ; Thos. F. Cof- 
fey, Finley. 

Yadkin Valley— J. R. Steele, Yadkin 
Valley; J. L. Jones. Blackstone;, R. M. 
Bartow, Blackstone. 

Lovelady — Geo. W. Haves, Granite 
Falls: I. B. Williams; Granite Falls; 
I. A. Starnes, Granite Falls. 

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; .7. 
B. Phillips, Happy; J. H. Nelson, 
Patterson; L. C. Kins, Gamewell ; .7. 
R. J. Amos, Saw Mills; D. L. Miller, 
Saw Mills. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Globe Academy (now used as Pub- 
lic School building). 

King's Creek Academy (now used 



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as Public School building). 
DOCTORS. 

Carter, 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., Patterson. 

Hickman, E. T., Hudson. 

Thorneburg, P. M., Hudson. 

Lingle, J. A., Hudson. 

Livingston, S. G., Draco. 

McCall, S. A., Hobart. 

McCall. W. A., Finley. 

Sherrill G. W., Gunpowder. 

McShane & Bryant, Yadkin Valley. 

Smith, H. S., & Co., Petra. 

Thompson, M. K., Gamewell. 

Icenhour, G. M., Kind's Creek. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED .MILLS. 

Moore Bros.. Granite Falls, R. F. 
D. 2. 

Jones, Edmund, Jr., Lenoir, R. F. 
D. 3. 

Tuttle, *D. B., Gamewell. 

Deal, M., Lenoir, R. F. D. 2. 

Smith, H. S., & Co., Petra. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Shaver, E. A., Lenoir, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Crisp, W. C, Lenoir, R. F. D. No. 4. 

Greene, Miss Maggie, Rufus. 

Elrod, J. E., Patterson. 

Webb, Miss Edna. Collettsville. 

Isbell, J. H., King's Creek, R. F. D. 
Ncu 1. 

Gragg, Miss Ella, Globe. 

Bolick, H. L.. Globe. 

Downs, Miss Jennie, King's Creek. 

Blair, Miss Pearl, Lenoir, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Estes, Miss Bertha, Upton. 

Sherrill, J. G.. Lenoir. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Thomas, P. J., Lenoir. 

Winkler, W. L., Lenoir, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Chester, Miss Mary, Lenoir. 

Laxton, F. G., King's Creek. 

Wilson, Miss Esper, Granite Falls, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Downs, J. L., Downsville. 

Smith, Osborne, Granite Falls, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Anderson, Miss Rose, Granite Falls. 

Curtis, Miss Annie, Globe. 

Bentley, L. G. R., Patterson. 

Gragg, Miss Etta, Kelsey. 

Dysart, Miss Minnie. Lenoir. 

Perkins, Miss Mary E., Adako. 

Steele, Miss Nora L., Yadkin Valley. 



Steele, Miss Bertha, Patterson. 

Kirby, Miss Ella, Granite Falls. 

Deal, Miss Ella, Lenoir. 

White, Miss Emma, King's Creek. 

Gragg, Mrs. D. B., Edgemont. 

Sherrill, Mrs. Annie, Lenoir. 

Teague, T. G., Granite Falls. 

Cobb, T. S., Granite Falls. 

Flowers, Miss Elma, Granite Falls. 

Crisp, J. C, Gragg. 

Smith, R. M., Whitnel. 

Greer, Miss Cora, King's Creek. 

Greer, Miss Clara, King's Creek. 

Isbell, Miss Frances, King's Creek. 

Deal, Miss Kate, Lenoir. 

Carlton, Miss Lizzie, Lenoir, R. F. 
D., No. 1. 

Smith, Miss Jennie, Morganton, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Hodges, Miss Mamie, Blowing Rock. 

Bolick, A. L., Taylorsville, R. F. D. 
No. G. 

Flowers, R. S., Granite Falls. 

Coffey, Miss Nannie, Finley. 

Hawkins, Miss Francis, Yadkin Val- 
ley. 

Hawkins, Miss Ruby, Yadkin Valley. 

Gragg, Mrs. Mary A., Globe. 

Reid, S. L., Granite Falls. 

Rhyn, W. N., Granite Falls, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Kincaid, Miss Maggie, Collettsville. 

Laxton, Hayden, King's Creek. 

Hoover, Miss Bessie, Lenoir, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Hodges,. Miss Pearl, Lenoir, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Coffey, Miss Vonnie, Lenoir, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Sherrill, Miss Maude, Lenoir, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Price, H. W., Granite Falls, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Myers, O. F., Buffalo Cove. 

Bingham, D. L., Granite, Falls, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Coffey, Miss Mary E., Lenoir. 
McNairy, Miss Callie, Lenoir. 
Forney, Miss Edna, Lenoir. 
Jones, Miss Sadie, Lenoir. 
Burfoot, Miss Jennie, Lenoir. 
Henkel, Miss Celeste, Lenoir. 
Faucette, Miss Laura, Lenoir. 
Blount, Miss Mary P., Lenoir. 
Brown, Miss Mary L., Lenoir. 
Cunningham, Miss Elizabeth, Lenoir. 
England, Miss Maude, Lenoir. 
Fuller, Mrs. S. W., Lenoir. 
Dula. Mrs. B. H., Lenoir. 
Harris, John L., Lenoir. 
Suttlemyre, E. G., Granite Falls. 
Henley, Miss Marie, Granite Falls. 
Morris, Miss Lillie, Granite Falls. 
Teague, Mrs. Jennie. Granite Falls. 
Asheburn, Miss Hattie, Granite 
Falls. 

Beam, C. C, Rhodhiss. 
Watson, Miss Bettie, Rhodhiss. 



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LENOIR. 

Population, 1909, about 4,000. No. 
white polls, 300; No. colored polls, 60. 

Value real estate, .$400,000; value 
personal property, $600,000; tax rate, 
66 2-3 cents. 

Bonded debt, $100,000; floating 
debt, $5,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— E. F. Wakefield. 

Chief of Police— W. W. Dysart. 

City Clerk— W. S. Miller. 

Treasurer — W. S. Miller. 

Tax Collector— W. W. Dysart. 

Standard-Keeper — D. S. Perry. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. A. A. Kent. 

Postmaster — W. E. Miller. 

R. R. Agents— W. H. Phillips, C. & 
N. W. Railway and C. & N. Railroad. 

Express Agent — H. C. Martin. 

Telegraph Manager — Miss Elean 
Hailey, Western Union Tel. Co. 

Telephone 3Ianager — Zeb. Miller, 
Lenoir Electric Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — Rev. Chas. A. G. Thomas, 
Pastor. 

Episcopal — Rev. Mr. Lawrence, Rec- 
tor. 

Methodist— Rev. C. M. Pickens, Pas- 
tor. 

Presbyterian — Rev. D. P. Mc- 

Geachey, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Davenport College — Dr. J. B. 
Craven, President. 

Lenoir Graded School — Prof. Jno. L. 
Harris, Superintendent. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Carlheim Hotel. 

Watauga Hotel. 

Martin's. 

Walls House. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Poe, E. A. 

McDade, P. J. 

Triplett Bros. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Lenoir — G. W. I. Harper, 
President; J. H. Beall, Cashier. 

First National Bank — T. J. Lutz, 
President; O. P. Lutz, Cashier. 

BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Citizens Building and Loan Associa- 
tion. 
Campbell, F. G. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Powell, J. M., & Sons. 

BOOK STORES. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
Lenoir Book Store. 

CATTLE. 

Kincaid, Thos. P., & Co. 
Huffman, Luther. 
Abernethy & Phifer. 

CARRIAGE DEALERS. 

Barnhardt-Seagle Hardware & Fur- 



niture Co. 
Henkel Horse & Mule Co. 
Lenoir Hardware & Furniture Co. 

COTTON MILLS. 
Lenoir Cotton Mills. 

CONFECTIONARY DEALERS. 
Campbell, F.' G. 
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. 
Lenoir Feed Store. 

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. 
Bobbins, C. L. 
Moose, E .W. 
Reid, L. G. 

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. 
Ivey, W. P. 
Wilson, C. L. 
Goodman, A. B. 
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. 
Kent-Coffey Furniture Co. 

GROCERS. 
Hickory Grocery Co. (Wholesale). 

BAKERS. 
Campbell, F. G. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Lenoir Hardware & Furniture Co. 
Bernhardt Hardware & Furniture 
Co. 



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Spninbour, R. H., & Co. 
HOSPITALS. 
Foothills Sanatorium. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Lenoir Realty & Insurance Co. 
Hall, J. G., & Sons. 

JEWELERS. 
Dula. A. W. 
Perry, D. S. 
Link, K. A. 

LAWYERS. 
Jones, Edmund. 
Newland. W. C. 
Bower, W. H. 
Wakefield, Lawrence. 
Whisnant, J. W. 
Squires, Mark. 
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. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Bernhardt-Seagle Hardware & Fur- 
niture Co. 

Kent Druff Store. 

Shell, J. E. 

Lenoir Hardware & Furniture Co. 

PAINTERS. 
McRary, .T. N. 
Bush, J. Henry. 

PLUMBERS. 
Puette & Rhyne. 

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 Co. 

TAILORS. 

Wilson. Mrs. J. R. 
Johnson. Mrs. J. E. 
Corpening, Miss Emma. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS 

Keever, P. M. 

Bernhardt-Seagle Hardware & Fur- 
niture Co. 
Lenoir Hardware & Furniture Co. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

Charlie Perry. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Corley, Ed. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Bernhardt, J. M. (Boxes and Fin- 
ished Building Material). 



Wilson Lumber & Milling Co. 
(Boxes and Building Material.) 

Harper Furniture Co. (Furniture.) 

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. 



GRANITE FALLS. 

Incorporated in 1S96. 

Population, 1909: White, 550; 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. 

Methodist— W. F. Standford, Pastor. 

Lutheran — J. P. Price. Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Granite Falls Graded School — E. G. 

Suttlernyer. Principal. 

BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA- 
TIONS. 

Granite Falls Building and Loan 
Association. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Granite — J. W T . Hoke. Presi- 
dent and Cashier. 

DENTISTS. 

Abernethy, D. A. 

DOCTORS. 

Corpening. O. S. 
Jones, A. D. 
Flowers, Geo. E. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Granite Falls Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Russell. W. F. 
Moore & Hoke. 
Sharp, L. T. 
Whisnant-Tilley Co. 
Keever, J. E. 
Teague & Cline. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hoke, J. W. 
Starnes, W. E. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Cline, P. L. 
MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Dudley Lumber Co. 
Dudley Shoals Cotton Mills. 
Granite Falls Manufacturing Co. 
Granite Bottling Works. 
Sherrill, T. H. (Blacksmith). 



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CAMDEN COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, CAMDEN. 

Population: (Census 1910), 5,640. 

Formed in 1777. Named in honor of Lord Camden. 

Area: 320 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $548,S41 ; value of personal property. $320,009. 

Property listed in 1909, by whites, $805,658; by negroes, $63,192. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 20; for negroes, 12. 

Tax Bate: Special county tax, 15 l-3c. on $100; general tax for schools, 
ISc. ; for general levy, 38c, special. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 150. Worked under Old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Express Company, assessed value $ 462.50 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 369.50 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company, 5.00 miles, assessed value. . 49,S15.20 
Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Company, assess- 
ed value 7,272.00 

Lake Drummond Canal and Water Company, assessed value... 90,000.00 

Superior Court Terms: First Monday in March; Second Monday in Sep- 
tember. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— J. W. Walston, 
Camden. 

Sheriff — C. G. Etheridge, Camden. 

Register of Deeds — Miles G. Ferebee, 
Camden. 

Treasurer — ,T. It. Sawyer. Camden. 

Coroner — 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 (chrm.t. Camden: G. F. Spen- 
cer, South Mills; S. W. Williams, 
Shiloh. 

County Commissioners — S. E. Over- 
bv. (chrm.), Belcross ; D. N. Bray, 
Shiloh; Charles Norris, South Mills. 

County Board of Elections — A. Saw- 
ver, Belcross; D. E. Williams. South 
Mills: .Tames Nash, South Mills. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Shiloh Township— D. F. Bartlett. 
Bartlett ; W. M. Forbes. Shiloh : J. B. 
Burgess, Old Trap; G. C. Barco, 
Sliiloh: J. E. Cook. Shiloh: Talmon 
Godfrey, Camden ; R. L. Forbes, Bel- 
cross. 

Court House — T. B. Boushall. Bel- 
cross : S. E. Overby, Belcross ; W. E. 
Whalev, Camden. 

South Mills— C. H. Sneneer, South 
Mills; J. W. Snwver. South Mills; B. 
B. James. South Mills; .T. 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. 

Forbes, W. M., Shiloh. 

Bartlett, T. F., Bartlett. 

Burgess, J. B., Old Trap. 

Burgess. Hubbard. & Co., Old Trap. 

Henry, J. A., Riddle. 

Toxey & Foster, Riddle. 

Daugh, C. T.. & Bro., Indiantown. 

Sawyer. C. S.. Camden. 

COTTON GINS. 
Sawver, L. M., Camden. 
Burgess. J. B., Old Trap. 
Hinton & Harrell. Shiloh. 
Kenton & Godfrey. Camden. 
Etheridge. J. G., South Mills. 

CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Sawyer, L. M., Camden. 
Burgess. J. B.. Old Trap. 
Hinton & Harrell, Shiloh. 
Keaton & Godfrey. Camden. 
Etheridge. J. G.. South Mills. 

SAW MILLS. 
Hinton & Harrell, Shiloh. 
Burgess, J. B., Old Trap. 
Sawver, L. M.. Camden. 
Etheridge, J. G., South Mills. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Lewis. B. H., South Mills. 
Jerome. Mrs. C. P., South Mills. 
Cohn. Miss Fannie, South Mills. 
Davis, Miss Sarah P.. South Mills. 
Jarvis. Miss Minnie, Lily. 
Forbes. R. L.. Belcross. 
Tillett. H. D., Belcross. 
Bartlett. Miss Lena. Camden. 
Creecv. R. B., Camden. 
Godfrey. T. B.. Camden. 
Burgess, W. J.. Shiloh. 
Walker. Miss Hattie A., Shiloh. 
Wright. Miss Addie V.. Shiloh. 
Hollowell. Miss Maggie, Sliiloh. 
Forbes. Miss Annie TT.. Sliiloh. 
Benthal. Miss Nora. Indiantown. 
Walker. Miss Maggie. Sliiloh. 



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Hobsou, Miss Sarah W., Old Trap. 
Pugh, Jesse, Old Trap. 
Lewis, Miss Elizabeth, South Mills. 
Heim, James B., South Mills. 
Pearce, Miss Addie, South Mills. 
Jerome, Miss Annie C, South Mills. 
Cox, Miss Elizabeth, Lilly. 
Jarvis, Miss Minnie L., Lilly. 
Ferebee, Miss Lucy, Camden. 
Hinton, Mrs. W. M., Ca'mden. 
Forbes, Mrs. M. B., Camden. 
Overton, Miss Annie, Belcross. 
Eason, F. M., Belcross. 
Toxey, M. N., Riddle. 



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SOUTH MILLS. 

Incorporated in 1903. 

Population. 1909: White. 275 
ored, 115; total, 390. 

Value real estate, $75,000 ; value per- 
sonal property. $8,000. 

Tax Kate: 15c. on the $100 and 45c. 
poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — C. H. Spencer. 

Postmaster — W. R. Dozier. 

Chief of Polite — 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 — James 
Heim, 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. I. 
BROKERS & PRODUCE DEALERS. 

Spencer, G. F. 

Perry, L. A. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Bartlett, Mrs. W. S. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Bartlett. W. S. 

LAWYERS. 

Spencer, C. H. 

Halstead, W. I. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Spencer, G. F. 

Foster, J. F. 

GENERAL REPAIR SHOPS. 

Norris, Charles. 

Jones, T. C. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Spencer, G. F. (Cotton gin.) 

Foster, J. F. (Grain mill.) 

Jones, W. S. (Grain mill.) 

Etheridge, J. G. (Saw and planing 
mill.) 

Koontz Bros. (Saw and planinj 
mill.) 



CARTERET COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, BEAUFORT. 



Population: (Census 1910), 13.776. 

Formed in 1721. Named in honor of Lord George Carteret. 

Area: 520 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $1,656,220; value of personal property, $6 

Property listed in 1910 by whites, $2,214,888; by negroes, $92,77 

No. of Schools: For whites, 44; for negroes, 8. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 23 2-3c. on the $100; roads and 
8 l-3c ; special, 20c. County bonded debt, $25,000. Special school 
State, 25c; school, 18c. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 150. Worked under old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES: 

Southern Express Company, assessed value ! 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 

Norfolk Southern Railroad, 2.S2 miles, assessed value 

Norfolk Southern Railroad — Atlantic and North Carolina Divis- 
ion, 15.75 miles, assessed value 

Beaufort Telephone Company, assessed value 

Morehead City Telephone Company, assessed value 

Superior Court Terms: March, June, October. 



51,441. 
3. 

bridges, 
tax, 10c. ; 



1,717.73 

5,170.00 

1,792.08 

2S,095.80 

191,845.75 

1,500.00 

800.00 



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 — D. S. George, Marshallburg. 

Surveyor — E. D. Hardester, Har- 
lowe. 

Co. Supt. of Health— W. E. Headen, 
Morehead City. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— L. B. Ennett, 
Cedar Point. 

Co. Board of Education — C. N. 



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125 



Mason, (chrm.), Harlowe; J. R. Mor- 
ris, Atlantic ; C. P. Dey, Beaufort. 

County Commissioners — K. N. Bell. 
Cedar Point; J. B. Morton, Morehead 
City; Seth Gibbs, Beaufort: M. F. 
Willis, Straits; M. Taylor, Wit. 

County Board of Elections — Wilbur 
Whitelmrst, Beaufort; D. E. Lang- 
dale, Beaufort; J. F. Duncan, Beau- 
fort. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Merrimon Township — H. T. Banks, 

Lukens ; C. S, Nelson, Merrimon ; H. 
V. Nelson, Merrimon. 

Smyrna — Anthony Willis, Smyrna; 
W. D. Bell, Marshallburg ; O. B. Davis' 
Smyrna. 

White Oak— P. A. Koonce, Stella; 
Thos. Smith, Ocean ; W. L. Taylor, 
Ocean ; E. A. Sanders, Ocean. 

Portsmouth — Samuel Tolson, Ports- 
mouth. 

Morehead — J. R. Bell, Morehead 
City; E. W. Smith, Morehead City; 
A. C. Davis. Morehead City ; George 
Smith. Morehead City: S. L. Nelson, 
Morehead City; D. J. Hall, Morehead 
City. 

Beaufort — M. A. Marshall, Beaufort; 
Edward Neilsem, Beaufort ; L. J. 
Trench. Beaufort; J. S. W. Hellen, 
Beaufort: .Tno. M. Wolfe. Beaufort. 

Hunting: Quarters — Thomas T. Good- 
win. Roe; Thos. Chadwick, Atlantic. 

Straits — Chas. Hancock. Harker's 
Island ; VanB. Sauter, Bettie. 

Newport— O. F. D. Bell. Harlowe; 
W. W. Chadwick, Harlowe: A. L. 
Wilson. Newport; W. F. Garner. New- 
port: Daniel Simmons. Newport; D. 
W. Sabiston. Beaufort, R. F. D. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

M. E. Church, South— J. P. Pate. 
Carteret Circuit: W. E. Trotman. 
Straits Circuit : Atlantic, ("To be sup- 
plied) : J. D. Daniel. Portsmouth. 

Free Will Baptist— .T.. B. Russell, 
Beaufort; T. Gaskins. Wit; I. W. Rus- 
sell. Beaufort: L. C. Garner. New- 
port: C. S. Merrill. Morehead City. 

Christian — J. P. .Tennette. Beaufort; 
D. B. Garner, Newport. 

SCHOOLS ANI> ACADEMIES. 

Atlantic Hi«:h School — Atlantic. 

Straits Graded 'School — Straits. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Davis. Geo.. Beaufort. 

George, D. I.. Marshallburg. 

Adams. L. C. Atlantic. 

Sanders, J. W., Bosrue. 

Mason. C. N.. Harlowe. 

Paul. W. T.. Wit. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Barker. ,T. C., Stella. 

Dennis. C. C. Codar Point. 

Taylor. B. S., Ocean. 

Smith. W. C, Ocean. 

Russell. B. S.. O^ean. 

Moors. Airs. M. E.. Ocean. 



Koonce, D. S., Ocean. 
Sanders, E. A.. Ocean. 
Smith, Wm., Newport, R. F. D. 
Dixon, Asa. Newport, R. F. D 
Chadwick, G. C, Straits. 
Letters, Sam'l, & Co., Gloucester. 
Pigott, Miss, Gloucester. 
Salter, F. K., Bettie. 
Lawrence, W., Otway. 
Lewis. D. H., Otway. 
Lewis, Jno., Otway. 
Hancock, H., Otway. 
Gillikin, C. P., Otway. 
Sterling & Way, Marshallburg. 
Lewis, M. G., Marshallburg. 
Davis, Harvey, Marshallburg. 
Davis, Mrs. Mary, Smyrna. 
Simpson. Vernon, Smyrna. 
Willis, A., Willston. 
Willis, J„ Williston. 
Piner, R. G., Williston. 
Davis, F. P., Davis. 
Davis, A. F.. Davis. 
Styron, S. E., Davis. 
Babbit, G. W.. Davis. 
Willis, Mrs.. Davis. 
Robinson. M., Stacy. 
Fulcher. Wm., Stacy. 
Willis. Wallace, Wit. 
Tavlor Bros., Wit. 
Taylor, J. E.. Wit. 
Taylor, I., Wit. 
Onskill & Bro., Wit. 
Gaskill, G. W„ Wit. 
Nelson & Robinson, Atlantic. 
Mason Bros., Atlantic. 
Hill, Chas.. Atlantic. 
Hamilton. S. E., Atlantic. 
Hill. W. M., Atlantic. 
Robinson, J. M., Atlantic. 
Daniels, Josiah. Roe. 
Gaskill, Ed., Lupton. 
Stvron. D.. Lupton. 
Babb, W. H., Portsmouth. 
Robinson, Alex.. Portsmouth. 
Dixon, Joe, Portsmouth. 
Pelletier. J. W.. Stella. 
Koonce. P. A.. Stella. 
Kuhn. Wm.. Kuhns. 
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. 
Dickerson. J. M., & Bro., Beaufort, 
R. F. D. 
Foreman. Alex.. Beaufort, R. F. D. 
Russell. .T. 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, .T. S.. Harlowe. 
Thomas, T. M., Beaufort. 
Merrill, Thomas, Beaufort. 

SAW MILLS. 

Sanders & Norris. Beaufort. 



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Thomas, T. M., Beaufort. 

l'elletier, J. W., Stella. 

Merrill, Thomas, Beaufort. 

Graham, J. C, Newport. 

Willis, Alonza T., Williston. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL, TEACHERS. 

Salter, Van, Bettie. 

Willis, C. R., Morehead. 

Eubanks, Floyd, Beaufort. R. P. D. 

Nelson, Miss Lena, Atlantic. 

Mason, Miss Lovie, Atlantic. 

Oglesby, Miss Nettie, Newport, 
R. P. D. 

Cafrie, D., Lukins. 

Langdale, Miss Pearl, Beaufort, 
R. P. D. 

Hassell, Miss Marguerite. Beaufort. 

Holton, Miss Beulah, Harlowe. 

Ball, M. W., Newport. 

Weeks, Miss Macie, Pelletier. 

Duncan, Miss Mattie. Beaufort. 

Pearce, Miss Nettie, Beaufort. 

Gillikin, Miss Nannie B., Bettie. 

Haskett, Miss Georgia, Newport. 

Haskett, Miss Annie, Newport. 

Felton, Miss Rosa, Beaufort, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Weeks, Miss Beatrice. Stella. 

Pigott, Miss Ethel, Straits. 

Hamilton, Miss Lucy, Atlantic. 

Murdoch, W. C, Wild wood. 

Murdoch, Hugh, Wildwood. 

Styron, Harvey, Davis. 

Leffers, Samuel, Gloucester. 

Garner, L. A., Beaufort. 

Jinnett, J. R., Beaufort, R. F. D. 

Russell, Irvin, Beaufort, R. F. D. 

Ennett, A. D., Cedar Point. 

Mewborn, Mrs. Bettie, Newport. 

Morris, Miss Claudia, Atlantic. 

Gaskill, D. B., Morehead City. 

Davis, Irvin W., Davis. 

Langdale, Miss Pearl, Beaufort, R. 
P. D. 

Congleton, Miss Nellie, Beaufort. 

Whitehurst, J. J.. Beaufort. 

Humphrey, Miss Ettene, Bogue. 



BEAUFORT. 

Population, 1909: 2.750. 

No. white polls, 4oo : No. colored 
polls, 340. 

Value Real Estate, $500,000 ; value 
personal property, $200,000. 

Tax Rate: 50c. on the $100 and 
30c. special. 

Bonded debt, $20,000; floating debt, 
$6,500. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Richard Rice. 

Chief of Police— John H. Skarren. 

City Clerk — L. A. Garner. 

Treasurer — Jno. Beverage. 

Standard-Keeper — Geo Lupton. 

City Attorney — D. G. Fowle. 

City Supt. of Health— Geo. Davis. 

Postmaster — W. A. Mace. 

R. R. Agent— Seth Gibbs, Norfolk 
& Southern, R. R. 

Express Agent — Seth Gibbs. 



Telegraph Manager — C. B. Wade, 
Western Union Telegraph Company. 

Telephone Manager — Walter Moore. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Episcopal — F. N. Skinner, Rector. 

Methodist — J. H. McCracken, Pas- 
tor. 

Free Will Baptist— J. W. Sewell, T. 
D. Noe. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Beaufort Graded School — Mrs. Leah 
Stevens, Principal. 

St. Paul's School — Mrs. N. Geffroy, 
Principal. 
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. A. Uzzell, 
President ; T. Thomas, Cashier. 

Beaufort Banking & Trust Co. — N. 
W. Taylor, President; W. E. Swann, 
Cashier. 

BAKERS. 

Nielsen. E. 

BOOK STORES. 

Hill. ('has. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Davis, L. 

Noe. T. D., & Son. 

Hancock & Smith. 

CLUB'S. 
Old Topsail Club. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Clawson, C. A. 
Potter Bros. 
Fodrie. H. C. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Simpson, Clarence. 
Guthrie, Clarence. 
Norcom, H. D. 
Adair, Charles. 
Adair, T. E. 
Chaplain. John. 
Davis, Bryan. 
Norcom. Chas. W. 
Noe, Isaac. 
Shull Contracting Company. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Russell, Geo. A. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 

C. L. Aberuethy, President ; C. L. 
Duucan ; Vice-President ; U. E. Swann, 
Secretary; W. L. Bell, Treasurer. 
CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Yoffle, Sam. 
Guthrie & Co. 
Taylor, N .W. 



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Felton, Richard. 

DENTISTS. 
Statou, Frank. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Beaufort Drug Co. 
Davis, George. 

DOCTORS. 
Davis, George. 
Maxwell, C. S. 
Clarke, P. M. 
Duncan, C. L. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTION'S. 

Guthrie & Co. 

Garner, L. A. 

Taylor, N. W. 

Yofhe, Sam. 

Moore, Mrs. C. A. 
POWER AND EIGHT COMPANIES. 

Beaufort Electric Light Co. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Chadwick & Coffey. 

Day, C. P. 

Doane, A. F. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Holland, M. C. 
Potter, H. L. 
Potter, J. H., & Son. 
Smith, W. P. 
Taylor, N. W. 
Gold Point Fish Co. 
Parkin Bros. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Gaskill & May. 

GROCERS. 

Clawson, C. A. 

Springle, M. R. 

Hancock & Smith. 

Potter Bros. 

Wb.iteh.urst, Sam. 

Jones, J. B., & Sons. 

Hill, Chas. 

Noe, L. J. 

Smith, J. S. 

Whitehurst, .1. S. 

Pierce, Geo. 

Jones, H. C. 

Thomas, A. 

Weeks, J. 

Scott, Chas. 

Scott, George. 

Longest, F. 

Stanley, John. 

Ramsey, J. E. (Wholesale). 

Beaufort Grocery Co. (Wholesale). 

Bell, W. L. (Broker.) 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Thomas, T. (Fire). 
Bell, B. J. (Fire). 
Jones, C. D. (Life). 
Beaufort Realty & Insurance Com- 
pany (Fire). 
Chadwick, C. T. (Fire). 

LAWYERS. 

Abernethv & Davis. 
Fowle, D. G. 
Wheatly, Claud. 
Duncan, J. F. 



LUMBER M'F'R'S AND DEALERS. 

Sanders & Norris. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Enterprise Packing Co. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Jones, H. C. 
Gaskill & May. 
Thomas, A. 

PAINTERS. 
Ramsey, W. H. 
King, F. L. 
Skarren, Ed. 
Sharren, W. E. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Hancock & Smith. 
Clawson, C. A. 
Springle, M. R. 
Fodrie, H. C. 
Stanly, John. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Delamar, J. C. 

PHOTOG RAPHERS. 
Glazey, J. W. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITOR'S. 
Lookout — Horace H. Hamlin, Edi- 
tor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Beaufort Realty & Insurance Co. 
Lookout Realty Co. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Richardson. David. 
Simpson, C. 
Stanley, John. 

TAILORS. 
Fuller, H. W. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Rice & Adair. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Skarren, W. E. 



MOREHEAD CITY. 

Population, 1910, 2,800. 

No. white polls, 375 ; No. colored 
polls, 51. 

Value real estate, $700,000. 

Tax Rate: ■ Jj!1.06 2-3c. on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $15,000; floating debt, 
$1,500. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. L. Arendell. 

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. 

R. R. Agent — A. H. Webb, Jr., Nor- 
folk & Southern Ry. Co. 

Express Agent— A. H. Webb, Sr. 

Telegraph 3Ianager — A. H. Webb, 
Sr., Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Telephone Manager — W. J. Hales, 
Home Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — Theodore B. Davis, Pastor. 

Methodist — L. B. Jones, Pastor. 

Free Will Baptist — No Pastor. 

Methorist (Northern) — W. A. Gra- 



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COUNTY. 


ham, Jr., Pastor. 


Hales, W. J. (Wholesale). 


SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 


Willis & Davenport (Wholesale). 


Graded Schools— S. W. Carwile, Su- 


Bell, 0. G. 


perintendent. 


West End Co. 


HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 


Hilliard. AV. H. 


Hotel Charles. 


Helms Grocery Store. 


Arendell House. 


HARDWARE DEALERS. 


Davis House. 


Webb. T. D. 


Atlantic Hotel. 


INSURANCE AGENTS. 


BANKS AND BANKERS. 


Wehh. A. H., Sr. (Fire). 


The Bank of Morehead City— J. 


Mann, J. H. (Fire). 


B. Morton, President; R. N. Aycoek, 


LAWYERS. 


Cashier. 


Bell. Chas. T. 


BAKERS. 


Gorham, E. H. 


Emery. Zack. 


LUMBER M'F'RIS AND DEALERS. 


BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 


Canfield Lumber Co. 


CATTLE. 


Bell, John F., Co. 


Moore, A. T. 


Morehead Citv Mfsr. Co. 


Willis. H. C. 


PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 


Mansfield. D. H. 


Morton. J. B. 


CARRIAGE DEALERS. 


Webb, T. D. 


Bell. J. H.. & Co. 


PAINTERS. 


COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 


Willis. W. M. 
*Piner. Jacob. 


Mallison, W. F. 


CONFECTIONERY DEALER'S. 


PRODUCE DEALERS. 


Wade. D. B.. .Tr. 


Bell. James R. 


CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 


NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 


Bell. .Tolm P., & Co. 


The Enterprise — H. H. Hamlin. Edi- 


CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 


tor. 


G. D. Canfield. President. 


REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 


CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 


Webb, C. V. 
Mann, J. H. 


FURNISHERS. 


The Paragon. 


SHINGLE DEALERS. 


Morton. .T. B. 


Bell, John F.. Co. 


Webb. D. M. 


Hancok. W. L. 


DENTIST'S. 


UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 


Staton, Frank. 


Morehead City Coflin Co. 


DRUGGISTS. 


Bell. J. H.. Co. 


The Morehead Citv Drug Co. 






DOCTORS. 


NEWPORT. 


Hen den. W. E. 




Bonner, K. P. B. 


Incorporated in 1867. 


Royal. B. F. 


Population. 1000: White, 440; col- 


DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 


ored. 40; total, 480. 


Morton. .T. B. 


Value real estate. $53,835; value 


Learv, L. L. * 


personal property, $29,209.09. 


Wehh. T>. M. 


Tax Rate: 35c. on the $100. 


TCI pin Bros. 


TOWN OFFICERS. 


PWllIns. J. D. 


Mayor — M. Mann. 


POWER AND LTGHT COMPANIES. 


Postmaster — C. Mann. 


Morehead Citv Electric Liarht Plant. 


Chief of Police — S. D. Garner. 


FFRTII/TZFR DEALERS & M'F'R'S'. 


R. R. Agrent— C. A. Bell. Norfolk 


Willace. C. S. 


Southern Railroad. 


T.ivlor. R. W. 


Manaser Telearraph — C. A. Bell. 


FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 


Western Union Telegraph Co. 


Wallace. Charles S. 


MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 


Arendell. W. L. 


Methodist — J. P. Pate. Pastor. 


Tavlor, R. W. 


Baptist — Isaac Jones, Pastor. 


Arthur. E. D.. & Bro. 


SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 


Wade. P. P., & Son. 


Newport High 'School. 


Willis. A. L. 


Newport Academy. 


Arthur. J. M. 


DOCTORS. 


Willis. M. L. 


Ball. N. W. 


Lee. M. S.. &• Co. 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 


Fulcher. ,T. H.. & Co. 


Bell. W. S.. Jr. 


FURNITURE DEALERS. 


Smith, J. M. 


Webb. T. D. 


Garner, P. P. 


GROCERS. 


Bell. W. F. 


Wehh. M. S. (Wholesale). 


Mann. M. 



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HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Newport Hotel. 
Bell House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Newbery, A. O. 



Rogers, J. R. 
Carroll, L. C. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Canning Factory. 



CASWELL COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, VANCEYVILLE. 



Population: ("Census 1910), 14,858. 

Formed in 1777. Named in honor of Richard Caswell. 

Area: 400 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $1,171,235; value personal property. .$934,177. 

Property listed by whites, $1,953,634 ; by negroes, $171,777. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 45; for negroes, 38. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 42 on the $100; roads and bridges, 10c. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 250. Worked by taxation. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Providence Telephone Company, assessed value $ 

Southern Railway Company, 6.95 miles, assessed value 202 

Atlantic and Danville Railway, 14.61 miles, assessed value 146 

Pullman Company, assessed value 3 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 2 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 9 

Danville and Western Railway. .93 miles, assessed value 4, 

Mebane-Ridgeville Telephone Company, assessed value 

North Carolina Telephone Company, assessed value 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 2 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 1 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 
Yanceyville Telephone Company, assessed value 

Superior Court Terms: Sixth Monday after 1st Monday in March 
6th Monday after 1st Monday in September in each year. 



500.00 
473.95 
000.00 
814,35 
079.40 
913.69 
650.00 
417.55 
32.00 
596.00 
021.20 
419.00 
500.00 
and 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— R. L. Mitchell, 
Yancevville. 

Sheriff — T. N. Fitch. Yanceyville. 

Register of Deeds— R. T. Wilson, 
Yanceyville. 

Treasurer — J. A. Lea, Yanceyville. 

Coroner — S. A. Malloy. Yanceyville. 

'Surveyor — E. Slade. Yanceyville. 

Co. Supt. of Health— S. A. Malloy, 
Yanceyville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— G. A. An- 
derson, Yanceyville. 

Supt. of County Home — E. B. Bark- 
er. Yanceyville. 

Co. Board of Education— C. H. King, 
(chrm.). Ruffin, R. F. D. : T. J. Hatch - 
ett, Yanceyville; R. I. Newman. Leas- 
burg. 

Countv Commissioners — J. S. Har- 
vey, Danville, Va., R. F. D. No. 4: 
J. W. Slade. Blanche: T. C. .Tones, 
Yanceyville. R. F. D. No. 1. 

County Board of Elections — S. P. 
Newman, (chrm.1. Leasburg: T. J. 
Hatchett. Yanceyville: C. J. Yarbor- 
ough. Mclver, R. F. D. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Anderson Township — .T. K. Enoch, 
Fitch, L. B. Fitch. Union Ridge. R. 
F. D. : J. E. Herndon, Union Ridge, 
R. F. D. 

Dan River — J. B. Walters. Blanche; 
T. S. Harrison, Blanche; G. S. .Tohn- 



1 ston, Blanche, R. F. D. 

HisTitowers — W. R. Morgan, Pros- 
pect Hill, J. B. McMullan, Hightowers. 

Leasburg: — J. A. Stephens, Leas- 
burg; B. F. Stanfleld, Leasburg; C. 
B. Compton, Leasburg. 

Locust Hill — E. A. Allison, Allison ; 
.T. C. Allison, Allison: .T. B. Worsham, 
Locust Hill; A. R. Blacknell, Ruffin, 
R. F. D. 

Milton— J. B. Yarborough, Semora; 
W. T. Bryant, Milton : T. A. Win- 
stead. Semora : W. O. Smith. Milton. 

Pelham — J. M. Yates, Danville, Va., 
R. F. D. No. 4: J. M. Hodses. Dan- 
ville, Va., R. F. D. No. 6; C. J. Wright, 
Pelham: Z. T. Wilson. Danville. Va., It. 
F. D. No. 4: L. S. Carter, Danville, 
Va.. R. F. D. No. 4; C. H. Hooper, Pel- 
ham, R. F. D. 

Stonv Creek— George P. McKinney, 
Altamahaw, R. F. D. ; .T. B. Turner, 
Mr-Tver. R. F. D. : W. J. Stadler, Al- 
tamahaw, R. F. D. ; T. C. Ne.il, Mc- 
lver, R. F. D. 

Yanceyville — .T. H. Kerr. Yancey- 
ville: N. C. Brandon. Yanceyville; B. 
S Graves. Yanceyville; W. F. Lyon, 
Yanceyville. R. F. D. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Methodist— ,T. C. Humble. Leasburg; 
W. T. Nory, Milton; S. F. Weeks. Pel- 
ham. 

Primitive Baptist— J. T. Chandler, 



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Fitch. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Pelham Graded School — Miss Rebec- 

<•:; Neal, Principal, Pelham. 

Dan River Graded School — Miss Re- 
becca Neal, Principal, Pelham. 

Semora Graded School — Miss Gladys 
Alexander, Principal, Semora. 

Milton Graded School— I. P. Davis, 
Principal, Hardison. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Pinnix, J. A., Union Ridge. R. F. D. 
Robinson. Harvey, Ridgeville. 
Padgett, J. P., Blackwells. 

GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Baynes, J. R., Union Ridge, R. 
F. D. 

Rasco. J. S., Union Ridge, R. F. D. 

Watkins. D. G., & Sou, Blanche. 

Chaney, J. W., Blanch. 

Slade, T. D., Purley. 

Woods. S. G., Purley. 

Covington, E. G., Blanch. 

Warren, J. L., Hightowers. 

Wilkinson, D. E., Ridgeville. 

Malone, S. L., Corbett. 

Corbett, J. C, Corbett. 

Warren, W. A., Prospect Hill. 

Smith, S. H., Hightowers. 

Pulliam, W. J., Leasburg. 

Thomas, W. L., Leasburg. 

H. T. Connally, Leasburg. 

Oliver, Geo. W., Topnot. 

Riggs, Tom., Topnot. 

Williamson, W. B., Topnot. 

Hatchett & Siddle, Locust Hill. 

White, Jim., Locust Hill. 

Collie. Geo. T., Ruffin. 

Blaekwell. E. P... Ruffin. R. F. D. 
ng. J. I., Pelham, R. F. D. 

Moore, J. W.. Milton. 

Matlock. S. L., Milton. R. F. D. 

McAden, J. H., Semora. 

Adams. T. T., Semora. 

Pointer, M. S., Semora. 

Lansdell, Geo. T. Semora. 

Hudgins. J. B.. Osmond. 

Fitzgerald, J. O., Pelham. 

Wriarht, 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. 
No. 1. 

Morgan & Carter, Prospect Hill, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Saunders, T. W., Mclver, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Miner, W. A., Mclver, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Miles ,W. W., Altamahaw, R. F. D. 

Aldridge. J. N., Altamahaw, R. F. D. 

Massey, T. L.. Altamahaw, R. F. D. 

Witlington, O. O., Yanceyville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Martin, G. W. T., Fitch. 

King, A. S.. Fitch. 



FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Gwynn & Hatchett, Yanceyville, R. 
F. D. 

Brown-Williamson Milling Co., Lo- 
cust Hill. 

Woods, S. G., Purley. 

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., Purley. 

Davis, J. H., Purley. 

Walters & Co., Blanch. 

Collie, Geo. T., Allison. 

Davis, Doughan, Quick. 

Massey, J. A., Fitch. 

Smith, S. H., Hightowers. 

Warren, ,T. 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. 

Gray, Miss Mary, Union Ridge, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Patillo, Miss Mattie, Union Ridge, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Mebane, Miss Maude, Union Ridge, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Hurdle, Miss Annie, Union Ridge, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Burton, Miss Sudie. Hightowers. 

Walker, Miss Nannie, Fitch, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Boswell. Miss Maude, Fitch, 

Wilkerson, Miss Lelia, Altamahaw, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Lambeth, L. L., Altamahaw. 

Smith, A. L., Altamahaw. 

Stadley, Miss Bulah, Altamahaw. 

Simmons, Wm., Fitch, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Turner, Mrs. A. M., Mclver, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Rice, Miss Bessie, Ruffin, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

King. Miss Lucy, Ruffin. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Gwynn. Miss Annie, Yanceyville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Lyon, Miss Etta, Yanceyville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

McGee, Miss May. Pelham. 

Pleasant. Miss Aldine, Danville, Va., 
R. F. D. No. 5. 

Hodses, Mrs. Parke, Danville, Va., 
R. F. D. No. 5. 

Moseley, R. F., Yanceyville. 

Zimmerman. Miss Annie. Topnot. 

Anderson, Miss Ida, Yanceyville. 

Howard. Miss Bessie, Yanceyville. 

Connelly. Miss Mildred. Yanceyville. 

Page, Miss Margaret, Yanceyville. 

Slade. Miss Carrie, Ringgold, Va., 
R.F. D. No. 1. 

Howard. Miss Irene, Purley. 

Neal. Miss Rebecca. Danville. Va.. 



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R. F. D. No. 5. 

Flintoff, Miss Carrie, Danville, Va., 
R. F. D. No. 5. 

White, Miss Bettie, Danville, Va., 
R. F. D. No. 5. 

Wilson, Miss Fannie, Danville, Va.. 
R. F. D. No. 5. 

Pinchback, Miss Blanche, Blanch, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Lea, Miss Pearl, Blanch, R. F. J). 
No. 1. 

Gatewood, Miss Eula, Blanch, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Watkins, Miss Lucile, Pelham. 

Davis, I. P., Milton. 

Whitaker, Miss Effle, Milton. 

Rainev, Miss Bessie, Milton, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Gatewood, Miss Lelia, Milton, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Alexander, Miss Gladys, Semora. 

Petty, Miss Mary, Semora. 

Love, Miss Ada, Leasburg, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Stephens, Miss Bessie, Osmond. 

Johnston, Miss Frances, Topnot. 

Smith, Miss Novella, Leasburg. 

Stephens, Miss Lula, Leasburg. 

Walker, Miss Maude, Leasburg, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Bridges, Miss Flossie, Hightowcrs. 

Smith, Miss Ruth, Hightowers. 

Wells, Miss Fannie, Ridgeville. 

Hall, Miss Ava, Prospect Hill. 

Compton, Miss Jessie, Corbett, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 



YANCEYVIXJiE. 

Incorporated in 1905. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — B. S. Graves. 

Chief of Police — Geo. A. Walker. 

Postmaster — D. T. McKinney. 

R. R. Agent — J. A. Massey. 

Manager Telegraph — A. J. Hooper, 
Yauceyville Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— J. E. Blalock, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — H. W. Cassady, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Yanceyville Academy — R. F. Mose- 
ly, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Yanceyville — R. L. Mitchell, 
President; F. W. Brown, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Malloy, S. A. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Brandon, N. C. 
Perry, H. W. 



GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Massey, J. A. 
Harrelson, W. N. 
Hooper, A. J. 
Floranee, T. J. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Kerr, Mrs. J. H. 
Corbett, Mrs. S. C. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Turner, H. S. 
Hatchett, T. J. 

LAWYERS. 

Johnston, Julius. 
Henderson, A. E. 
Upchurch, E. F. 

DENTISTS. 

Hicks, D. N. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

The Sentinel — J. A. Massey, 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. 

Baptist— G. W. Reed, Milton. 
Episcopal — Mr. Trot, Rector, Salis- 
bury. 
Methodist— T. C. Ellers, Pastor. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Caswell— R. L. Watt, Pres- 
ident, Reidsville; E. Hines, Jr., 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

McBryde, M. H. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Walker, Lewis & Co. 
Dixon, R. L. 

GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Lipscomb, J. J. 
Milton Hardware Co. 
Jones, F. B. 
Williams, J. W. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Milton Hotel. 
Watkins, Miss Em. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Jeffress, E. T. 

JEWELERS. 

Reed, G. W. 



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CATAWBA COUNTY. 



CATAWBA COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, NEWTON. 



on 



Population: (Census 1910), 27.918. 

Formed in 1842. Named derived from Catawba River. 
Area, 440 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $2,919,529 ; value of personal property, $2,503,170. 
Property listed in 1909, by whites, $5,339,910; by negroes, $82,789. 
No. of Schools: For whites, 77; for negroes. 18. 
Tax Rate: County purposes. 66 2-3c. on the $100. 
Public Roads: Worked under Old State Law and special tax of 20c. 
$100. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Railway Company, 22.S6 miles, assessed value $665,978.97 

Pullman Company, assessed value 4,046.22 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 3,959.10 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 2.500.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, essessed value 5.912.00 

Hickory Electric Company, assessed value 3,600.00 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway Company, 12.56 miles, assess- 
ed value 116.164.20 

Thornton Light and Power Company, assessed value 1,200.00 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 4.490.00 

Southern Power Company, assessed value 24.498.00 

Superior Court Terms: * Fourth Monday before the first Monday in 
March: ninth Monday after the first Monday in March; eighth Monday be- 
fore the first Monday in September; eighth Monday after the first Monday 
in September. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— C. M. MeCorkle. 
Newton. 

Sheriff — R. Lee Hewitt, Newton. 

Register of Deeds — E. D. Gamble, 
Newton. 

Treasurer — J. U. Long. Catawba. 

Coroner — R. L. Hoke. Clnremont. 

'Surveyor — Enloe Yoder, Hickory, 

Co. Supt. of Health — Not appainted. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — Geo. E. Long, 
Hickory. 

Sunt, of County Home — Olin Cline, 
Newton. 

Co. Board of Education — F. J. Del- 
linger. P. A. Hoyle. A. C. Link. 

County Commissioners — S. L. Rhyne, 
Newton ; J. F. Ahernethv. Hiekorv ; 
R. F. Gabrel, Sherrill's Ford; Ed. S. 
Little ("nremont: F. A. Yoder, Hick- 
ory. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Co. Board of Elections — J. B. Little. 
Newton ; S. M. Hamrick. Hickory ; J. 
F. Smyre. Newton. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Newton Township — J. H. McClel- 
land. Newton; N. A. Travis. Newton; 
M. J. Cochrane. Newton : .T. 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 — J. P. Seitz, Hickory ; .T. 
T. Yoder, Hiekorv ; N. A. Whitener, 
Hickory; S. E. Killian, Hickory; R. 
E. Hahn. Hickory: O. E. Leonard, 
Hickory : W. H. Mouser, Hickory : L. 
R. Whitener. 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- 
tawha. 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. 
Roof. Hickory, R. F. D. ; D. S. Kist- 
ler. Newton. R. F. D. No. 2. 

Baptist — C. A. Caldwell. Hickory; 
W. A. Bangle. Reepsville; H. B. Cro- 
nisler. Maiden : R. D. Carroll, Newton. 

Methodist— W. F. Elliott. Denver; 
J. M. Price. Catawba; P. H. Brittain. 
Hiekorv : G. L. Keever, Newton, R. F. 
D. : T. S. Coble. Maiden. 

Presbyterian — R. A. Lapsley, Jr., 
Newton. 

Reform — S. W. Beck, 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. 

Lutz Bros., Newton. 

Cline. Sanford. Hiekorv, R. F. D. 1. 

Brittain. D. M.. Hiekorv, R. F. D. 1. 

Seltzer. Lee. Newton. R. F. D. 2. 



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133 

No. 1. 

Baker, Miss Anna, Hickory, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Yoder, Miss Stella, Hickory, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Foard, Miss Bertie, Hickory, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Drum, Miss Lula, Catawba. 

Drum, Miss Antkea, Catawba. 

Lowrance, Miss Nora, Catawba. 

Lowrance, Miss Jessie, Catawba. 

Sherrill, Mrs. John, Catawba. 

Ervin, W. W., Catawba. 

McKinnis, W. A., Catawba. 

McRee, J. S., Maiden. 

McRee, L., Maiden. 

Cronister, H. B., Maiden. 

Taylor, Mrs. Josephine, Maiden. 

Cherry, Miss Willie, Maiden. 

Walker, J. J., Henry, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Walker, Walter, Henry, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Martin, J. Z., Henry, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Johnson, J. D., Henry, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Johnson, E. P., Henry, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Whisenant, Will, Henry. 

Fisher, J. D., Sherrill's Ford. 

Gabriel, M. F., Sherrill's Ford. 

Fisher, Miss Blanche, Sherrill's 
Ford. 

Whitener, Grover, Terrell. 

Bost, Miss Anthea, Terrell. 

Hicks, J. L., Maiden. 

Sherman, Miss Jauie, Catawba. 

Whitener, R. L., Hickory, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Long, Chas., 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 — Clarence Clapp. 

Chief of Police — J. I. Goforth. 

City Clerk — J. H. McLelland. 

Treasurer — J. H. McLelland. 

Tax Collector — J. I. Goforth. 

City Supt. of Health — G. 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 Manager — H. Q. Blan- 
ton, Piedmont Tel. and Tel. Co. 

MINISTERS AND QHURCHES. 

Baptist — R. D. Carroll, Pastor. 
Lutheran — B. L. Stroup, Pastor. 
Methodist— E. W. Fox, Pastor. 
Presbyterian — R. A. Lapsley, Pastor. 
Reformed— Walter W. Rowe, Pas- 



Murray, O. D. & Co., Claremont, R. 
F. D. 1. 

DOCTORS. 
Foard, F. T., Hickory. 
Wilson, W. E. Sherrill's Ford. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Foard, Whisnant & Co., Hickory. 
Connor, T. F. Terrell. 
Murray, W. B., Maiden. 
Little, Locke, Maiden. 
Ballinger, W. A., Newton. 
Smith, Q. M., Conover. 

COTTON GINS. 
Foard, Whisnant & Co., Hickory. 
Rudesill & Co., Newton. 
Drum & Co., Catawba. 
Adeshoell & Co., Catawba. 
Long Island Mills, Long Island. 
Gabriel, R. E., Terrell. 
Sigmon & Co., Maiden. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Smith, Miss Eva, Conover. 

Bischoff, Miss Amy, Conover. 

Rockett, Miss Belle, Conover. 

Rockett, Miss Myrtle, Conover. 

Yount, Miss Eula, Conover. 

Cline, Miss Pattie, Conover. 

Rowe, Miss Mary, Conover. 

Rowe, Miss Anna, Conover. 

Herman, Miss Bertha, Conover. 

Herman, Miss Elizabeth, Conover. 

Rice, J. A. Conover. 

Little, C. S., Conover. 

Smith, C. O., Claremont. 

Henry, D. C, Claremont. 

Frazier, Miss Beulah, Claremont. 

Holler, Miss Belle, Claremont. 

Keisler, S. S., Newton, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Miller, H. M., Newton. 

Johnson, R. C, Newton, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Blackburn, J. W., Newton, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Smith, Miss Emma, Newton. 

Moore, Miss Nellie, Newton. 

Cochran, Miss Catherine, Newton. 

Cothran, Miss Belle, Newton. 

Smyre, Miss Rose, Newton. 

Whitener, Miss Esther, Newton. 

Whitener, Miss Lizzie, Newton. 

Danna, Miss Alma, Newton. 

Lapsley, Miss Elsie, Newton. 

Duke, Miss Olive, Newton. 

Thornton, Miss Carrie, Newton. 

Sherrill, A. C, Newton. 

■\Vright, G. A., Newton. 

Yount, Harry, Hickory. 

Mouser, J. W., Hickory. 

Fulbright, Chas. T., Hickory, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Lail, Oscar, Hickory, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Huffman, N. L., Hickory, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Miller, B. W., Hickory. 

Miller, Floyd, Hickory. 

Baker, Baxter, Hickory, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Baker, Miss Ella, Hickory,, R. F. D. 



134 CATAWBA 


COUNTY. 


tor. 


DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 


HOTELS AM) HOARDING HOUSES. 


Carpenter, P. O. 


Shipp, Virginia. 


Rowe, C. M. 


Piedmont. 


Garvin Co. 


St. Hubert's Inn. 


Rhyne & Co. 


Fowler House. 


Gemayel, Joseph. 


BANKS AND BANKERS. 


POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 


Farmers & Merchants — J. H. Yount, 


Southern Power Company. 


President; L. H. Phillips, Cashier. 


FRUIT DEALERS. 


Shuford National— A. A. Shuford, 


Pope Grocery Co. 


President; A. H. Crowell, Cashier. 


Newton Grocery Co. 


BAKERS. 


FERTILIZER DEALERS & 3I'F'R'S. 


Newton Bakery. 


Moose, George. 


BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 


Warlick. G. A. 


Deal, E. M., & Co. 


Setzer, L. M. 


BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 


FLORISTS. 


Carpenter, P. 0. 


Jarrett. Mrs. Frank. 


Rhyne & Co. 


FURNITURE DEALERS. 


Rowe, C. M. 


Rowe, M. J., & Co. 


The Garvin Company. 


Herman, J. F., <fe Son. 


Gemayel, Joseph. 


GROCERS. 


BOOK STORES. 


Newton Grocery Co. 


Freeze, R. P. 


Pope Grocery Co. 


BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 


Smyre. J. F. 


Citizens Building and Loan Ass'n. 


Gemayel, Joseph. 


BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 


HARDWARE DEALERS. 


CATTLE. 


Smyre Hardware Co. 


Newton Grocery Co. 


Rhvne Hardware Co. 


Pope Grocery Co. 


INSURANCE AGENTS. 


Bolick. E. Q. 


Farmers & Merchants Bank (Fire). 


CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'R'S. 


Loner, L. F. (Life). 


Moose, George. 


McLelland & Gaither (Fire). 


Warlick, Geo. A. 


Ervin. J. W. (Lifel. 


COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 


Walters, J. W. (Life). 


Newton Cotton Mills. 


Kenyon, W. C. (Fire.) 


Catawba Cotton Mills. 


JEWELERS. 


Clyde Cotton Mills. 


Hardister, J. W. 


Ridgeview Cotton Mills. 


Freeze, R. P. 


Fidelity Hosiery Mills. 


LAUNDRIES. 


CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 


Newton Steam Laundry. 


Smyre, J. F. 


LAWYERS. 


Clapp. Clarence. 


Witherspoon, L. L. 


Freeze, R. P. 


McCorkle, Geo. 


CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 


Feimster, W. C. 


Dakin. R. P. 


Gaither. W. B. 


Deal, ,T. S. 


LUMBER M'F'R'S AND DEALERS. 


COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 


Gaither Manufacturing Co. 


Newton Ice & Fuel Co. 


MACHINERY DEALERS. 


Carper, J. B. 


Moose. George. 


CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 


Warlick, Geo. A. 


FURNISHERS. 


COTTON GINS. 


Yount & Schrum. 


Rhyne, Yount & Co. 


Yount. E. H., & Co. 


Houk Ginning Co. 


DEPARTMENT STORES. 


PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 


The Garvin Companv. 


Smyre Hardware Co. 


DENTISTS. 


Rhyne Hardware Co. 


Little, J. B. 


PAINTERS. 


Young, W. H. 


Owens, B. S. 


Little, R. A. 


Marlowe, Charles. 


DRUGGISTS. 


Carroll. Louis. 


Freeze, R. P. 


Allen, J. W. 


Clapp, Clarence. 


FRODUCE DEALERS. 


DOCTORS. 


Rowe, C. M. 


West, G. H. 


Smyre. J. F. 


Campbell, T. R. 


Newton Grocery Co. 


Everhart, W. H. 


Pope Grocery Co. 


Long, T. W. 


PLUMBERS. 


Yount, J. H. 


Gates, G. H. 


Rowe, H. E. 


Martin Plumbing Co. 


Stewart, J. J. 


PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 


Shipp, George. 


Kenyon, W. C. 



CATAWBA COUNTY. 



JJ35 

REV. M. L. STIREWALT, Econo- 
mics and Greek. 

PROF. H. G. WHITMORE, Natural 
Science. 

W. H. LITTLE, History and Mod- 
ern Languages. 

REV. C. L. MILLER, Bible and 
Christian Evidences. 

DR. K. A. PRICE, Physiology. 

MISS 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. SOURBEER. English. 

MISS MARY HELLER, Mathe- 
matics. 

SIGNOR D'ANNA. Musical Director. 

MISS ROSE SHUFORD. Piano. 

MRS. J. L. MURPHY, Chorus Di- 
rector. 

MISS DESALD PRICE, Art. 

MISS FRANKIE SELF, History. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Huffy. 

Marshall Hotel. 

Central Hotel. 

Charter House. 

Whites. 

Pope. J. D. 

Robinson, Raymond. 

Robinson, Mrs. J. W. 

Freeman. Mrs. C. C. 

Flagler, L. 

Tatten, Mrs. Laura. 

Barsres. Miss Eugene. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

First National Bank — A. A. Shu- 
ford, President; K. C. Menzies. 
Cashier. 

Hickory Banking: and Trust Co.— 
J. F. Abernethy, President; W. F. 
Reid, Cashier. 

BAKERS. 

Ellington, C. W. 

Rice, M. A. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Poovey, 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 <fc Newton. 

Shell & Flagler. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 

Abernethy Hardware Co. 

Henkle Live Stock Co. 

Abernethy, A. S., & Son. 
CLUBS. 

Hickory Club. 



Jarrett, Miss Maude. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Moose. T. B. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Newton Enterprise — F. M. Williams, 
Editor. 

Catawba County News — C. H. Me- 
bane, Editor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Newton Land & Loan Co. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Setzer, Lee. 
Warlick, G. A. 

TAILORS. 
Yount, E. H., & Co. 
Yount & Schrum. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EAIBALMERS. 
Herman & Son. 
Rowe & Co. 

VETERINARY SURGEON'S. 
Taylor. Dr. C. H. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Marlowe. Charlie. 
Owens. B. S. 

JIANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Newton Bobbin Factory. 
Rhyne, Yount & Co. (Roller Mill). 
Honk Ginning Co. 



HICKORY. 

Population. 1909: 7,500; No. white 
polls, 426; No. colored polls. 123. 

Value real estate. $4S9.371 ; value 
personal property. $S90.129. 

Tax Rate: $1.50 on the $100. 

Bonded debt. $111,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— J. D. Elliott. 

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. Agrent — Harry Little. Southern 
Railway and C. & N. W. Railway. 

Express Agent — W. C. Morrow, 
Southern Express Company. 

Telegraph Manager — R. J. Foster, W. 
U. Telegraph Co. 

Telephone Manager — N. S. Dasher, 
Hickory Electric Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— Rev. J. D. Harte. Pastor. 

Epicopal — J. S. Moodv, Rector. 

Lutheran— C. L. Miller. Rev. Mr. 
Phillips. J. C. Moser. Pastors. 

Methodist — J. H. Weaver. Pastor. 

Presbyterian — Rev. J. G. Garth, 
Pastor. 

German Reformed — Dr. J. L. Mur- 
phy, Pastor. 

COLLEGES. 

Faculty of Lenoir College. 

R. L. FRRITZ, President, Philoso- 
phy and Mathematics. 

W. J. STIREWALT, Ancient Lan- 
guages. 

G. H. HARTWIG, English. 



136 CATAWBA 


COUNTY. 


COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 


Whitener & Martin. 


Hickory Seed Co. 


FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 


COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 


Piedmont Foundry & Machine Co. 


Hickory Hosiery Mills. 


FURNITURE DEALERS. 


Ivey Cotton Mill. 


Shuford, J. W. 


Brookford Cotton Mill. 


Hatcher Furniture Co. 


Shuford Mills. 


WHOLESALE GROCERS. 


CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 


Hickory Grocery Co. 


Whitener & Martin. 


Patrick-Mostelley Co. 


Ellington, E. W. 


Morrison Provision Co. 


Hammond & Johnson. 


RETAIL GROCERS. 


CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 


Whitener & Martin. 


Edwards. J. M. 


Bost & Newton. 


Elliott Building Co. 


Hammond & Johnson. 


Abee & Hart. 


Setzer & Russell. 


COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 


Setzer & Sons. 


Hickory Coal & Ice Co. 


Burns & Martin. 


CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 


Field, T. E. 


W. H. Nicholson. President. 


Burns & Co. 


CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S FUR- 


INSURANCE AGENTS. 


NISHERS. 


Clinard & Lyerly (Fire). 


Martin Clothing co. 


Hickory Insurance & Realty Co. 


Moretz-Whitener Clothing Co. 


(Fire). 


COTTON GINS. 


Clinard, F. A. (Life.) 


Bumscarner, R. M. 


Martin, L. N. (Life.) 


Cline, J. T. 


JEWELERS. 


DENTISTS. 


Bisanar, Geo. E. 


Ramsay. W. B. 


Mace & Rhodes. 


Biddex, J. C. 


LAUNDRIES. 


DRUGGISTS. 


Leach, J. L., Proprietor. 


Shuford. C. M. 


LAWYERS. 


Martin. W. S.. & Co. 


Whitener, A. A. 


Moser & Lutz. 


Cline, E. B. 


DOCTORS. 


Yount, M. H. 


Shuford, ,T. H. 


Whitener, C. L. 


Menzies. H. C. 


Self, W. A. 


Abernethy, W. L. 


Bagby. C. W. 


Abernethy, H. L. 


Russell, D. L. 


Stevenson, T. F. 


LUMBER 3I'F*R'S AND DEALERS. 


Blackburn, T. C. 


Hutton & Bourbonnais Co. 


Whiteside, B. F. 


Hickory Novelty Co. 


Johnsou. J. T. 


Hickory Manufacturing Co. 


DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 


MACHINERY DEALERS. 


Bowles, J. A. 


Abernethy Hardware Co. 


Setzer & Sons. 


Piedmont Foundry & Machine Co. 


Field. T. E. 


Shuford Hardware Co. 


Moretz, McCoy. 


PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 


Allen, J. F. 


Shuford Hardware Co. 


Stevenson. R. W. 


Ingold, F. B. 


Setzer & Russell. 


Abernethy Hardware Co. 


Harris & Little. 


PAINTERS. 


Burns & Co. 


Abee, J, E . 


POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 


Kestler, Grover. 


Thornton Light & Power Co. 


Cody, Chas. 


FRUIT DEALERS. 


Setzer, John. 


Whitener & Martin. 


PRODUCE DEALERS. 


Hammond & Johnson. 


Field, T. E. 


Willis. J. H. 


Setzer & Russell. 


Bost & Newton. 


Harris & Little, 


Flanagan, M. L. 


7 Setzer & Sons. 


Burns & Martin. 


PLUMBERS. 


FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'RS. 


Martin, W. N. 


Whitener & Martin. 


Hutton, A. 


Setzer & Sons. 


PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 


Field, T. E. 


Morrison Bros. Co. 


Propst, N. W. 


PHOTOGRAPHERS. 


Bost & Newton. 


Hardin, C. M. 


FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 


PRINTING OFFICES. 


Hammond & Johnson. 


Clay Printing Co. 


Willis, J. H. 


REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 


Depot Cafe. 


Haithcock, J. E. 



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137 



Campbell, S. D. 
Buchanan, Z. B. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Catawba Lutheran (Monthly) — C. L. 
Miller, Editor. 

Hickory Democrat (Weekly) — H. A. 
Banks, Editor. 

Lenoirian — J. T. Horney, Editor. 

Times-Mercury — R. G. Mace, Editor. 
SHINGLE DEALERS. 

Edwards, J. M. 

Field, T. E. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Shuford, J. W. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

Wolf, Dr. R. W. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Abee, J. E. 

Kestler, Grover. 

Hawn, J. M. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Piedmont Wagon Co. (Wagons). 

Hickory Flour Mill. 

Hickory Manufacturing Co. (Build- 
ing Materials). 

Hickory Novelty Co. (Building Ma- 
terial.) 

Martin Furniture Co. 

Hickory Furniture Co. 

Latta-Martin Pump Co. (Pumps). 



CATAWBA. 

Population, 1909, white, 300; col- 
ored, 100, total, 400. 

Value real estate, $21,000 ; value per- 
sonal property, $50,000; tax rate, 25 
cents per $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— J. H. Sherrill. 

Postmaster — T. E. Harwell. 

Chief of Police— W. B. Huitt. 

R. R. Agent— F. E. Booth, South- 
ern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — F. E. Booth, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — C. E. Robinson, Pastor. 

Methodist — J. M. Price, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Public School — Miss Annie Barnes, 
Principal. 

DOCTORS. 

Long, Dr. F. Y. 

GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Coulter & Little. 

Long, J. U., & Co. 

Little, J. D. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Catawba Inn. 
Sherrill, W. L. 

COTTON GINS. 

Lawrence, J. W. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Catawba Inn Stables. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Catawba Tanning Co. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Lawrence & Lenard. 



CLiAREMONT. 

Population, 1909, white, 350; col- 
ored, none; total, 350. 

Value real estate, $5,000 ; value per- 
sonal property, $47,500; tax rate, 25 
cents 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

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, 
Pastor. 

Ohio Lutheran — 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Smith, Rev. C. O., Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Moser, D. M. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Moser, D. M. 

GENERAL MERCHANTS. 
Yoder & Co. 
Hoke, W. A. 
Holler, R. P. 
Hoke, A. F. 
Moser, J. H. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Moser, J. H. 
Setzer, C. E. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Kelley, Mrs. J. D. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Huitt, R. R. (Flour Mill). 
Moser, J. H., & Co. (Saw Mill and 
Threshing). 
Yount, J. R., & Co. (Saw Mill). 

COTTON GINS. 
Smyre-Huitt & Co. 
Farmers' Ginning Co. 



CONOVER. 

Population, 1909: White, 400; col- 
ored, 100; total, 500. 

Tax Rate: 25c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — T. L. Hunsucker, 

Postmaster, J. L. Isenhour. 

Chief of Police, Q. E. Simmons. 

R. R. Agent — W. W. Hunsucker, 
Southern Railway and C. & N. W. 
Railway. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Lutheran — Rev. Paul Bischoff, Pas- 
tor. 

Reformed — Rev. Mr. Keller, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — Rev. Mr. Lapsley, 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Concordia College — Prof. G. A. Rom- 
oser, President. 

DOCTORS. 

Yount, D. McD. 
Herman, F. L. 



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DRUGGISTS. 

Yount. D. McD. 

GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Isenhour, P. E., & Son. 

Yount. J. A. 

Herman, E. A. 

Huitt. B. A.. & Son. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Conover Tribune (Weekly) — A. L. 
Barger, Editor. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Conover Inn. 

3IANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

J. Hunsucker Handle Co. 

Herman Manufacturing Co. 

Conover Roller Mills. 

Yount & Shell (Ginners and Saw 
Milling). 



MAIDEN. 

White, 



800; col- 



Population. 1909: 
ored. 25; total. S25. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty, $300,000. 

Tax Rate: 33 l-3c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — R. L. Whiten er. 
Postmaster— Smith Campbell. 
Chief of Police — G. W. West. 
R. R. Agent— A. S. Martin, C. & N. 



W. R. R. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— T. S. Coble, Pastor. 
Baptist— J. C. Hoyle, Pastor. 
Lutheran — .T. L. Cromer, Pastor. 
German Reform — 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
South Fork Institute— Prof. Honey- 
cutt, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of 3Iaiden — O. L. Cromer, 
President; B. M. Snratt, Cashier. 
GROCERS. 
Rogers. John. 
Abernathy & Co. 
Freed, J. C. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
News-Herald — A. W. Setzer, Editor. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Cromer. J. L. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Rabb. Carpenter & Co. 
Whiten er, R. L. 
Rudisill, R. A. 
Carpenter. M. F. 
Hawn, J. P. 
Heafner & Taylor. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Taylor, M. P. 
Keener, G. W. 



CHATHAM COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, PITTSBORO. 

Population: (Census 1910), 22.635. 

Formed in 1770. Named in honor of "William Pitt, Earl of Chatham. 

Area : 800 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $2.1S3.22S; value of personal property. S1.S25.779. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites. $4,209,540; by negroes, $203,346. 

No. of Schools: For whites. <S2 : for negroes, 39. 

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, TELEGRVPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Bonlee and Western Railroad, 7.50 miles, assessed value $ 18.750.00 

Matthews Telephone Company, assessed value 2.025.00 

Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad. 24.99 miles, assessed value 249.S45.61 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Company, 18.50 miles, assessed value. 372,757.00 

Pullman Company, assessed value 1,308.03 

Swift Refrigerator Transportation Company, assessed value .... 1.000.00 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 4,031.15 

Cape Fear Telephhone Company, assessed value 1.475.00 

Pittsboro Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value... 250.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 7,381.87 

Carolina Power and Light Company, assessed value 2.325.79 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 960.00 

Chapel Hill Telephone Company, assessed value 255.00 

Durham and South Carolina Railroad Company, 17.88 miles, as- 
sessed value S9.284.00 

Durham and Charlotte Railroad. 8.27 miles, assessed value 24.224.00 

Superior Court Terms: First Monday in February; the 9th Monday after 
the first Monday in March; 4th Monday before the first Monday in Septem- 
ber; 10th Monday after the first Monday in September. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. I Sheriff— Leon L. Lane, Pittsboro. 

Clerk of the Court— J. L. Griffin, Register of Deeds— Jno. W. John- 
Pittsboro. I son, Pittsboro. 



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Co. 'Supt. of Health— L. E. Farthing, 
Pittsboro. 

Co. Supt of Schools — R. P. Johnson, 
Pittsboro. 

Supt. Co. Home— W. H. Ward, Pitts- 
boro. 

Co. Board of Education — J. B. At- 
water, Bynum ; A. R. Norwood, By- 
num, R. F. D. No. 1; W. B. Harden, 
Harper's Cross Roads. 

County Commissioners — C. D. Moore, 
Pittsboro. R. F. D. No. 1 ; J. W. Grif- 
fin, Pittsboro; TV. H. Ferguson, Pitts- 
boro, R. F. D. No. 2. 

County Board of Elections — Jacob 
Thompson, (chrm.), Pittsboro: J. B. 
Clesrff. J. J. Hamlet. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Baldwin Township — J. J. Peoples, 
Bynum. R. F. D. No. 1 ; TV. A. Snipes. 
Chapel Hill. R. F. D. No. 2; Cleveland 
Tancock, Frosty. 

Matthews— A." H. Perry. Siler City; 
G. TV. TVomble, Siler Citv ; R. M. Gor- 
rell. Ore Hill. 

New Hope — Bun T. Thrailkill. Merry 
Oaks. R, F. D. • J. Seaton Welch. 
Merry Oaks : A. E. Griffin. Merry Oaks. 

Oakland — B. F. Williams. Moncure, 
R. F. D. No. 1: N. A. Gilmore, Mon- 
cure. R. F. D. No. 1: H. R. Harwood, 
Moncure, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Williams — G. W. Risr^sbee. Bynum, 
R. F. P. No. 2: J. Bun Atwater. By- 
num; Hermon C. Sears. Morrisville. 

Bear Creek — William B. Cheek, Bear 
Creek : John W. Brewer, Bear Creek ; 
A. E. Cox. Fall Creek. 

Cape Fear — D. Mont Bridgers, 
Lockville; John H. Gotten. Corinth; 
John C. Luther. Moncure. 

Center — R. M. Burns. Pittsboro; 
Jasper N. Hamlet. Pittsboro: Hugh 
W. Farrell. Pittsboro. 

Gulf — J. Rom Moore, Goldston : Geo. 
D. Frasier, Gulf; Geo. TV. Blaylock. 
Bear Creek. 

Haw River — John Bell. Moncure; 
Moody Burns. Moncure. R. F. D. No. 
2: William Steadman, Moncure, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Hickory Mt. — J. R. Blair. Kimbol- 
ton : T. B. Bray. Beaumont; Robert 
J. Watson. Rives Chapel. 

Hadley — Manlv Lindlev. Lindlev; 
Alvis F. Wbitaker, Lindlev : Jos. L. 
Self. Lindlev. 

Albright — M. F. Overman. Liberty; 
J. Calvin Thompson, Silk Hope: TV. 
M. Duncan. Staley. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Baptist — L. R. Dixon. Mt. Vernon 
Springs; O. B. Mitchell. Pittsboro. 
Christian— P. T. Klapp, Pittsboro. 
Methodist — L. N. Chapin. Bynum. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Silk Hope— N. M. Wright, Principal, 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Upehurch, C. G., New Hill. R. F. D. 



MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Perry, G. TV.. Silk Hope. 

TVomble. 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.' Bvnum. 

Brewer, W. H.. Fall Creek. 

Henderson, J .T., Bynum. 

Council, J. F., & Bro.. Morrisville. 
COTTON GINS. 

TVomble, 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. TV., Silk Hope. 

Fearington. E. M.. Riggsbee. 

Burns & Seagroves. Cumnock. 

Bynum, George, Pittsboro. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Chatham Roller Mill Co., Bynum. 

Williams Co., Riegsbee. 

Perry, G. W., Silk Hope. 

Lockville Roller Mill, Lockville. 

Mclver, J. M., Gulf. 

SAW MILLS. 

Nooe, B.. Pittsboro. 

Bland, T. M., Pittsboro. 

Perry, G. TV., 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, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Harmon, Miss Nora, Pittsboro. 

Bynum. Miss Mary W., Beaumont. 

Byrd. Miss T. Ethel, Morrisville, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Henley. Miss Cornie, Ore Hill. 

Richardson, H. F., Siler City. 

Buckner. 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. P.., Fall Creek. 

TValters. A. M.. Slier City. 

Cole, L. E., Pittsboro, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Hatch. Miss Josie, Pittsboro. 

Walters. R. p.. Manndale. 

Mitchell, O. B.. Mt. Vernon Springs. 

Harward. Miss Floyd, Morrisville, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Farrell. Mrs. Eunice E.. Merry Oaks. 

Durham. Miss Lillian E., Pittsboro, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 



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Williams, Miss Alice, Sanford, R. 1?. 
D. No. 4. 

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. 

Olive, Miss Foy J., Apex, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Johnson, Miss Addie Lois, Moncurt. 

Council, Miss Bettie, Siler City. 

Harris, Thomas S., Frosty. 

Smith, Miss Mary, Siler City. 

Wicker, Miss Yalesta, Goldston. 

Lindley, Miss Elste. Pnow C*;np, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Ellis, Van E., Siler City, It. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Gilbert, Miss Sankie, Ore Hill. 

Jordan, Miss Flora A., Brush Creek. 

Dixon, N. R., Siler City. R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Lambeth, Miss Julia, Byuum. 

Atwater, Mrs. J. N., Byuum. 

Holleman, A. T.. Ascend. 

Mitchell, O. B., Pittsboro. 

Murchison, Miss Nannie M., Gulf. 

Byuum, Miss Ida, Pittsboro. 

Harden, Miss Nova, Harpers Cross 
Roads. 

Lutterloh, Chas. H., Pittsboro. R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Webster, Miss Callie, Siler City, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Johnson, Miss Pearle, Pittsboro. 

Ferrell, Miss Cordelia, Durham, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Dark, Miss Fannie, Roscoe. 

Clarke, L. T., Apex, R. F. D. No. 4. 

Thorn, Miss Bessie L., Siler City. 

Etheredge, Miss Julia F., Ore Hill. 

Pike, D. V., Siler City, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Newland, Mahlon, Saxapahaw. 

Massey, Miss Vallie D., Durham. 

Stalvey, A. B., Pittsboro. 

Franklin, E. R., Merry Oaks. 

Andrews, Miss Emma, Siler City, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Clegg, Miss Mary, Moncure, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Smith, Miss Stella, Staley, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Yates, Miss Alma I., Biscoe. 

Tyler, W. H., Goldston. 

Harwood, Miss Sadie, Moncure, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Farrell, W. O., Pittsboro, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Womble Miss Beulah, Goldston. 

Clegg, Miss Janie, Pittsboro. 

Rigssbee. Miss Nannie Blue, Pitts- 
boro, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Jordan, Miss Alma L., Brush Creek/ 

Lewis. Miss Bessie, Saxapahaw, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Goldston, Miss Emma, Goldston. 
Ellington, Mrs. R. P., Saxapahaw, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 



Miller, Miss Mary Lee, Goldston. 

Phillips, S. J., Fall Creek. 

Turrentine, Miss Lena, Pittsboro, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Wright, N. M., Siler City, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Brvan, Miss Fallie, Apex, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Stafford, Miss Mattie, Snow Camp, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Edwards, Miss Ethel, Merry Oaks. 

Siler, J. S., Siler City, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Byrd, Miss Emma, Merry Oaks. 

Curl, C. D., Saxapahaw. 

White, Miss Stella, Ore Hill, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Gunter, Miss Mayme, Sanford, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Gunter, Miss Rose, Sanford, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Andrews, A. H., Siler City, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Brooks, Miss Sue, Siler City. 

Harris, Miss Lelia, Snow Camp, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Johnson, Miss Ethel F., Apex, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Grover, Miss Sadie L., Gulf. 

Mann, F. M., Frosty. 

Farrell, Ira, Pittsboro, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Dark. Miss Myrtle, Siler City. 

Kirkman, Miss Lucile, Siler City. 

Short, Chas. U.. Siler City. 

Short, Mrs., Siler City. 

Farror, Paul G., Apex, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 



PITTSBORO. 

Incorporated in 17S5. 

Population, 1900: White, 275; col- 
ored, 150; total, 425. 

Value real estate, $S5,7S1.26; value 
personal property, $93,000. 

Tax Rate: 15c. on $100 and 45 on 
poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — B. Nooe. 

Postmaster — Mrs. Annie Chapin. 

Chief of Police— R. C. Hatch. 

R. R. Agent— B. M. Poe, S. A. L. 

Manager Telegraph — J. F. Alston, 
Pittsboro Telegraph & Telephone Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — A. W. Shaw. 
Baptist — R. B. Lineberry. 
Methodist— V. A. Royall. 
Episcopal— H. O. Nash. 
SCHOOLS AND 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. 
Chapin, H. T. 



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DRUGGISTS. 

Pilkinston. G. R. 

GENERAL, MERCHANDISE. 

London, W. L. & Son. 

Byuum, A. J., & Son. 

Auburn, Bland & Co. 

Womble, L. N. 

Johnson, J. J.. & Son. 

Brooks & Eubanks. 
NEWSPAPERS ANI> EDITORS. 

Chatham Record (Weekly) — Henry 
A. London. Editor. 

North Carolina Index (Weekly) — J. 
C. Stanton, Editor. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Pittsboro Hotel. 
Exline House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Hill. N. M. 
Clark, A. B. 
Lanier, J. C. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Chatham Cotton Oil Co. 
Elizabeth Hosiery Mills. 

SAW MILLS. 

Bland, T. M., & Co. 
Nooe, B. 



SLLER CITY, 

Incorporated in 1S87. 
Population. 1909: 1,000. (estimated.) 
Value Real Estate. $174,915; value 
personal property. $133,265.60. 
Tax Rate: 79 2-3c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — C. N. Bray. 

Postmaster — L. L. Wrenn. 

Chief of Police — U. S. Blair. 

R. R, Agent— W. S. Edwards, South- 
ern Railway Co. 

Manager Telegraph — W. S. Edwards. 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Matthews Telephone Co. — C. N. 
Bray, Pres. ; E. T. London, Mgr. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist Episcopal, South — E. B. 
Craven, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — J. R. Hutton, 
Pastor. 

Baptist — (Supplied at present.) 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Siler City Graded School— O. C. 

Small, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

The Chatham Bank— F. M. Hadley, 
President; .T. C. Grearson, Cashier. 

Siler City Loan & Trust Co. — O. A. 
Hannah, President; E. B. Parks, 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Edwards, J. D. 



Lovill, R. J. 
Kirkman, T. A. 
Edwards, W. H. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Siler City Drug Store. 
LAWYERS. 

Hannah. J. George, Jr. 
Siler. W- D. 
Dixon, R. H. 
Milliken, J. P. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Hannah. J. George (Fire, Burglary 
and Bonding). 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Siler City Grit (Weekly)— I. S. Lon- 
don, Editor. 

JEWELERS. 
Edwards, Tod R. 
Overman, T. A. 

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. 

City Meat & Grocery „Co. 

Durham, W. S. 

Cooper, W. B.. & Son. 

Roberts & Morley. 

Jordan & Chavis. 

Langley. D. B. 

Wrenn Bros. Co. 

Fox & Co. 

Fox, D. G., & Son. 

Vestal. Miss Kate. 

Farmers' Alliance Co-Operative 
Store. 

Smith & Marley. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

The Hotel Hadley. 

Hotel Chatham. 

Tvsor House. 

White Cafe. 

Siler City Cafe. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Siler City Livery. 
Chatham Live Stock Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Lane & Edwards. 
Stout Lumber Co. 
Lambe Manufacturing Co. 
Smith & Hadlev. 
His-h Point Bending & Chair Co. 
Hadley-Peoples Manufacturing Co. 
Chatham Manufacturing Co. 
Hill & Forrester. 

Harper, Ralph, Repair & Shoeing 
Shop. 

Bottling Works. 



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CHEROKEE COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, MURPHY. 

Population: (Census 1910), 14.137. 

Formed in 1S39. Named in honor of Cherokee Indians who ouee dwelt 
there. 

Area, 500 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $1,S00,000 ; value of personal property, $1,900,000. 

Property listed in 1909, by whites, $3,489,800 ; by negroes, $1,034. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 57; for negroes, 3. 

Tax Kate: County purposes, 06 2-3e. on the $100; roads, 10c. ou the $100; 
bridges, 15e. ; special, 5c 

County bonded debt, $2,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, SO. Worked by free labor, convict and special 
tax. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Railway, 23.97 miles, assessed value $698,316.48 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 2,713.02 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 1,309.74 

Cherokee Telephone Company, assessed value 2,000.00 

Louisville and Nashville Railroad, 13.16 miles, assessed value 79,260.00 

Carolina-Tennessee Power Company, assessed value 10,000.00 

Snow Bird Valley Railroad. 7.50 miles, assessed value 9,721.95 

Superior Court Terms: Fourth Monday after first Monday in March; 
fourth Monday before first Monday in September; fourth Monday after the 
first Monday in October. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — A. A. Fain, 
Murphy. 

Sheriff — A. B. Dicky, Murphy. 

Register of Deeds — A. L. Johnson, 
Murphy. 

Treasurer — O. C. Davis. Murphy. 

Coroner — G. 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. 
West, (chrm.), Murphy: A. Rice. Cul- 
berson : W. J. Martin. Murphy. 

County Board of Elections — R. H. 
Sneed. A. G. Deweese, Julius Martin. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Murphy Township — J. 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. 

J. L. Muskey. W. A. Hembell. Una- 



ka; Ben. Ledford, Ranger; W. H. 
Hogsed, Persimmon ; W. F. McGee, 
Culberson; I. F. Sneed, Grandview; 
Gay Bryant, Postell; Marion Under- 
wood. Wehutty ; G. T. Burger, Suit. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Belview High School — W. K. John- 
son, Principal, Cobbs. 

I naka High School — Geo. Kimsey, 
Principal, Unaka. 

Oak Grove Academy — Grover Marts, 
Principal, Murphy. 

Marble High School— Jas. Loving- 
good, Principal, Marble. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Stiles, Allen. Unaka. 

Crawford, J. H., Unaka. 

Casteel, L .R., Culberson. 

Henry, S. B., Suit. 

Mason, C. C, Brasstown. 

Walker, W. F., Ranger. 

Whitcombe. Ernest. Ogreeta. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Dicky & Lovingood, Grandview. 

Odell, Scott, Brady. 

Lovingood <fc Dicky, Murphy. 

Trull & Bryson, Marble. 

Aberuathy. 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. 

Hayes, J. T., Tomotla. 

SAW MILLS. 

Lovingood, S. W., Murphy. 

Wood, O .P., Grandview. 

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Empire Lumber Co., Murphy. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL, TEACHERS. 

Harwood, J. H., Murphy. 
Hatley, C. C, Murphy. 
Mauuey, L. E., Murphy. 
West, W. M., Murphy. 
Shreill, Miss Clara, Murphy. 
Stuart, Miss Venna, Murphy. 
Dixon, Miss Nettie, Murphy. 
Dixou, Miss Lula, Murphy. 
Kiusey, Miss Oliver, Murphy. 
Peele, Herbert, Andrews. 
Taylor, G. F., Andrews. 
Campbell, Miss Lillian, Andrews. 
Mathersou, Miss Lola, Andrews. 
Love, Miss Delia, Andrews. 
Lovingood, James, Marble. 
Sneed, W. B., Tomotla. 
Mathersou, W. L., Andrews. 
Hoyle. J. E., Murphy. 
Malone, Miss, Mattie, Murphy. 
Loviugood, Miss Fannie, Murphy. 
Passmore, Miss Inez, Murphy. 
Messer, Miss Iuez, Murphy. 
Martin, Miss Delia, Murphy. 
Cuniugham, Miss Maggie, Murphy. 
Mayfield, Miss Bertha, Murphy. 
Fain, Miss Lula, Murphy. 
Bailey, C. C, Ogreeta. 
Stratton. Miss Mattie. Ogreeta. 
Odom, W. P., Ogreeta. 
Odell, J. C, Grandview. 
Lovingood, Miss Etta, Grandview. 
Farmer. Miss Callie, Murphy. 
Ferguson, Miss Minnie, Murphy. 
Mamie. Miss Furguson. Murphy. 
Shearer, Miss Bessie, Patrick. 
Shearer, Grady, Patrick. 
Martin, Jefferson, Cobb. 
Martin, W. H., Cobb. 
Lovingood, R. D.. Murphy. 
Moore. W. 1>.. Murphy. 
Parsons, J. A., Vests. 
Parker, J. V., Andrews. 
Bartin, W. J.. Marble. 
Cunningham, R. A., Murphy. 
Lunsford. Mack, Marble. 
Welch, Miss Bessie, Marble. 
Parker, Miss Pearl, Andrews. 



MURPHY. 

Incorporated in 1SS9. 

Population, 1909: White, 1,300; col- 
ored, 300; total, 1,600. 

Value real estate, $2S3.S69; value 
personal property, $10,511.31. 

Tax Kate: 90 cents on the $100. 

Mayor — P. E. Nelson. 

Postmaster — D. W. Deweese. 

Chief of Police— M. Patton. 

It. R. Agent — A. S. Clark, Southern 
Railway ; J. H. Jones, L. L. & N. 
Railroad. 

Manager Telegraph — C. B. Hill. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— J. H. Hopkins. Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Murphy Graded School— J. II. Har- 



wood, Principal. 

Baptist High School — Mr. Craig, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Commercial and Savings Bank — J. L. 

Smathers, President. 

Bank of Murphy — J. H. Carter, 
President ; L. E. Bayless, Cashier. 

First National Bank of Murphy — 
A. B. Dicky, President; Frauk 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. 

Brown & Davidson. 

Dicky, A. B,. 

Fain, J. E. 

Bates, Theo. W. 

Griffith, W. H. 

Wood, J. n. 

Hill, C. B. 

Lovingood, S. W. 

Elliott, W. A. 

Christopher, J. W. 

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. 

Patton House. 

Cottage Park. 

Beal, Mrs. Mary. 

Hotel Regal. 

LAWYERS. 

Posy, Ben. 

Dillard, J. H. 

Malone, Jim. 

Norvelle, E. B. 

Bell, M. W. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Seward, T. J. 

Cooper, A. L. 

Beal, L. F. 

PLUMBERS. 

Fain & Hale. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

The Scout — Meroney & Towns, Edi- 
tors and Publishers. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Murphy Furniture Co. 
Woodworking Co. 

Martin Bros. (Harness and Sad- 
dles). 

Fain, R. M. (Roller Mill). 
Murphy Light & Power Co. 



144 CHOWAN COUNTY, 

CHOWAN COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, EDENTON. 

Population: (Census 1910), 11.303. 

Named in honor of Chowanoke Tribe of Indians. 

Area: 240 square miles. 

Value of real estate. 81,321,480; value of personal property, $020,026. 

Property listed in 1909. by whites, $1,590,842.16; by negroes, $252,060. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 23 2-3c. on the $100; 10c. in 1st Township 
and 20e. in others. 

Public Roads: Worked by taxation. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Express Company, assessed value $2,802.75 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 812.90 

Norfolk and Carolina Telegraph and Telephone Company, as- 
sessed value 3.636.00 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company, 32.03 miles, assessed value. . 319.313.45 

Albemarle Steam Navigation Company, assessed value 1,650.00 

Chowan Telephone Company, assessed value 1.250.00 

Superior Court Terms: Fourth Monday after first Monday in March; 
fourth Monday after first Monday in September. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— F. W. Hobbs, 
Edenton. 

Sheriff — E. S. Norman, Edenton. 

Register of Deeds — R. W. Boyce, 
Edenton. 

Treasurer — T. E. White. Edenton. 

Coroner — T. J. Haskins. Edenton. 

Surveyor — P. Matthew, Edenton. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— .7. O. Alder- 
man, Edenton. 

Supt. Co. Home — M. M. Harrell, 
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 — .T. N. 
Prurlen. G. W. Goodwin. E. C. Welch. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Edenton Township — M. H. Dixon, 
M. B. Chanpell. S. E. Morris, John 
Maguire. Edenton. 

Second Townshin — L. R. Bunch, T. 
R. Hollowell, .T. H. Churchill. Tyner. 
R. F. D. ; E. C. Welch, W. C. Ward, 
Ryland. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Tvnch, ,T.. Roekv Hock. 
White. G. W.. Rocky Hock. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Parker, J. R., Tvner. R. F. D. 
Ward. F. A.. Gliden. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Ward, A. J., Gliden. 
Ward & Son, Gliden. 
Ward & Spivev. Rvland. 
Elliott. M. S.. Tyner. 
Hollowell & Savage, Tyner. 
Lane. O. E., Tyner. 
Evans, Z. W.. Tvner. 
Perrv. W. T. Tvner. 
Harrell. J. M.. Edenton. 



COTTON GINS. 

Ward. A. J.. Tvner. R. F. D. 
Forehand. J. M.. Tvner. R. F. D. 
Elliott, W. H.. Tvner. R. F. D. 
W T ard. O. E.. Tvner. R. F. D. 
Ward & Spivev. Tvner. R. F. D. 
Evans. Z. W.. Tvner, R. F. D. 
Webb, C. D,, Edenton. 
Chappell. M. B.. Tyner, R. F. D. 
Powell Bros.. Edenton. 
Speight, W. O.. Edenton. 
Edenton Ginning Co.. Edenton. 
Jordan. W. E.. Edenton. 
Webb, J. A., Edenton. 
Ward, N. L.. Edenton. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Brown, M. G., Edenton. 
Evans, Z. W T ., Tyner. R. F. D. 
Nixon, H. C, Tyner, R. F. D. 

SAW MILLS. 

Brown. M. G.. Edenton. 
Branninu - Mfsr. Co.. Edenton. 
Evans. Z. W., Tvner. R. F. D. 
Tvnch Bros.. Tyner. R. F. D. 
Chappell, M. B., Tvner, R. F. D. 
Ward & Spivev. Tvner. R. F. D. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Alderman. J. B., Edenton. 
Baker. Mrs. Maggie. Edenton. 
Bond. Miss Margaret C. Edenton. 
Bunch. Miss Mary A.. Tyner. 
Bunch, Miss Myrtle V.. Edenton. 
Churchill. Mrs. Matrsrie E., Tyner. 
Griffin, Miss Mary E.. Edenton. 
Hollowell. Mrs. Mary E.. Tyner. 
Ward. Miss Lucile. Ryland. 
Webb, Miss John Etta. Edenton. 
Welch. Miss Belle. Tyner. 
Brown. Miss Minnie L.. Ryland. 
Chappell. Wm. C. Belvidere. 
Lawrence. Miss Anna B., Edenton. 
Parker. Miss Ellen. Tyner. 
Pope. Miss Susie. Gliden. 
Thompson. Miss Ida A.. Edenton. 



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Watford, Miss, Edenton. 
Winslow, Miss Elizabeth, Tyner. 



EDENTON. 

Population, 1909: 3,026. 

No. white polls, 279 ; No. colored 
polls, 279. 

Value real estate, $558,195; value 
personal property, $367,074. 

Tax Kate: 95c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — E. R. Conger. 

Chief of Police — J. H. Robinson. 

City Clerk— Wm. Rea. 

Treasurer — Charles Wood. 

Tax Collector— T. P. Leary. 

Standard-Keeper — P. L. Rea. 

City Attorney — W. M. Bond. 

City Supt. of Health— H. M. S. 
Cason. 

Postmaster — W. J. Leary. 

R. R. Agent — W. S. Suminerell. 

Express Agent — M. P. Bond. 

Telegraph Manager — C. L. Ball, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Telephone Manager — C. L. Ball. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— W. D. Wells, Pastor. 

Episcopal — R. B. Drane, Rector. 

Methodist— G. S. Bearden, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — F. M. Ilawlev, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Edenton Graded Schools. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Bay View. 

Woodard House. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Muth, F. F. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

The Citizens Bank — H. C. Privott, 
President; C. H. Wood, Cashier. 

Bank of Edenton — Julien Wood, 
President; E. C. Rea, Cashier. 
BAKERS. 

White, W. 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 Buggy Co. 
Privott, H. C. 
Griffin, C. N. 

CLUBS. 
Motor Boat Club. 
Chowanoke Club. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
Edenton Cotton Mill. 



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CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

George, C. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Muth, F. F. 
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Edenton Ice & Cold Storage Co. 
Chappell, A. C. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
D. B. Liles, President; R. F. Tut- 
tle, Secretary. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Tuttle, R. F. 
Holmes, J. H., Co. 
Jeffrey Bros. 
Nehjam, A. 

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. 
Warren, J. W. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Holmes, J. H., Co. 
Twine, J. E., Co. 
Elliott, T. W. 
Lipsetz, W. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Town owns its water and light 
plant. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Privott, H. C. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Bvrum, O. C. 

White, F. W. 

Woodard, J. A. 

Rea, P. L. 

Bond, J. C. 

Bond. M. F. 

Bland, T. B. 

Bynum & Taylor. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Edenton Iron Works. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Ziegler, L. F. 

Owens, Willis. 

GROCERS. 

Woodard, J. A. (Wholesale.) 

Albemarle Grocery Co. (Wholesale.) 

Brothers. W. R. 

White, W. S. 

Huajhes, M. A. 

White, F. W. 

Hassen, C. 

Waff, E. S. 

Dail, J. C. 

Simpson, \Y. M. 

Rea, W. D. 

Privott, J. S. 

Williams, H. E. 

Hollowell, N. J. 

Sitterson, J. C. 



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HABDff.VRK DEALERS. 
Bond, J. C. 
Privott, H. C. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Harris, George B. (Life). 
Bond. P. M. (Fire). 
Coke, George H. (Life.) 
McMullan, J. R. 
Privott, W. S. i Fire). 

JEWELERS. 
H. W. Mizzell. 

LAUNDRIES. 
C. S. Arlington. 

LAWYERS. 
Pruden, W. D. 
Pruden. J. N. 
Yann, C. S. 
Bond, W. M. 
Leary. W. J. 
Privott. W. S. 
McMullan, J. H., Jr. 
LIMBER M'FB'S & DEALERS. 
Branning Mfg. Co. 
Brown. M. G. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
Leary, George W. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Bond, J. C. 
Privott, H. C. 

PAINTERS. 
Hughes. Walter. 
Bush, A. T. 
Harrell. Z. B. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Norman, E. S. 
Privott, H. C. 



Edenton Peanut Co. (Cleaning and 
selling peanuts.) 

PLUMBERS. 
Bell, J. H. 
Leary, G. W. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Ziegler, L. P. 
Owens, Willis. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Mizzell. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 
Edenton B. & L. Association. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Albemarle Observer — H. L. Story, 
Editor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Warren, T. W. 
Privott, H. C. 
Pruden & Pruden. 
Walker, G. S. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Warren, E. I. 
Privott, H. C. 
Brown, M. G. 

TAILORS. 
Tuttle. R. P. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALM EKS 
Ziegler. L. P. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Robinson. J. H. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Ziegler, L. P. 
( (wens, Willis. 
Hobbs, H. A. 

MANUFACTURING PLAN CS. 
Edenton Cotton Mills (Spun virus.) 



CLAY COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, HAYESVILLE. 



Population: (Census 1910). 3,909. 
Formed in 1S59. Named in honor of Henry Clay, 
^rea: 242 square miles. 

Value of real estate, 8484,374: value of personal property. $200,437. 
Property listed in 1909 by whites, $471,869 ; by negroes, $S95. 
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 17th; September 18th. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of tbe Court — E. L. Anderson, 
Hayesville. 

Sheriff— J. B. White, Hayesville. 

Register of Deeds — Janett Thomp- 
son, Hayesville. 

Treasurer — Wrn. Anderson, Shooting 
Creek. 

Coroner — S. M. Massie, Hayesville. 

Surveyor — E. C. Mose, Hayesville. 

Co. Supt. of Health— J. M. Sulli- 
van, Hayesville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— D. M. Stal- 



lings, Hayesville. 

Supt. of County Homi 
Scroggs, Hayesville. 

Co. Board of Education- 

Seroggs (chrm), S. H. 
Hayesville; P. N. Tiger. 
Creek. 

County Commissioners — E. 
Connell. Hayesville; W. S. 
Hayesville: W. A. Cassada 
ville. 

County Board of Election 
Scroggs, (chrm.) ; W. T. Bu 



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Allison, 
Shooting 

V. Mc- 

Ledford. 
Hayes- 

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(Sec.) ; R. R. Alexander, Hayesville. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Brasstown Township — M. L. F. 
Bedenhamer, Brasstown; Abner Chas- 
tain, Ogden. 

Hayesville — H. A. Hidden. Ha yes - 
ville ; George W. Kiusey, Hayesville, 
R. F. D. No. 2; T. C. Leavin, Hayes- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 4. 

Hawassee — M. F. Crawford, Hayes- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Shooting Creek — W. H. Hogsed, 
Shooting Creek. 

Tusquittee — R. S. Rolen, Hayesville, 
R. F. D. No. 1; A. D. Sellers, Hayes- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 1; T. J. Cothran, 
Hayesville. R. F. D. No. 1. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Methodist — J. R. Warren, Hayesville. 

Baptist — J. C. Burwell, Hayesville; 
J. T. Piatt, Warne. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

McClure, R. V., Ogden. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Evans, J. L., Hayesville. R. F. D. 
No. 4. 
Anderson, R. L., Ogden. 
Tiger, P. N., Shooting Creek. 
Allison, R. C, Elf. 
FLOUE, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Palmer, J. H, Hayesville. 
Cherry, J. P. & R. C, Hayesville. 
Pen land & Brooks. Hayesville. 

SAW 3IILLS. 
Tiger, P. N., Hayesville. 
McClure & Bristol, Hayesville. 
White, J. H. & O. S.. Hayesville. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Fleming, Miss May, Hayesville. 
Thompson, Miss Ethel, Hayesville. 
Thompson, Miss Ada, Hayesville. 
Ray, Miss Mary, Hayesville. 
Scroggs, Miss Ellen, Hayesville. 
Pendland, Miss Maggie, Hayesville. 
Murray, Mrs. Bell, Hayesville. 
Shillings, Mrs. D. M., Hayesville. 
Kinsey, George W., Hayesville. 
Crawford, Everett, Shooting Creek. 
Crawford, Leon, Shooting Creek. 
Penland, Miss Esta, Shooting Creek. 



Scroggs, Fred, Brasstown. 
Arrant, Edgar, Brasstown. 
Matheson, Luther, Ogden. 
Mathesou, Perley, Hayesville. 
Murray, Edward, Hayesville. 
Johnson, Miss Bertha, Hayesville. 
Hogsed, Miss Earl, Hayesville. 
Pattou, Miss Nita, Hayesville. 
Brendall, Miss Hattie, Hayesville. 
Green, Weaver, Hayesville. 
Ledford, Glover, Hayesville. 
Moore, J. V., Hayesville. 
Curtis, Miss Bessie, Hayesville. 



HAYESVLLXiE. 

Incorporated in 1859. 
Population, 190!): White, 200; col- 
ored, 12; total, 212. 
Value real estate, $12,505. 
Postmaster — Mrs. Edna Anderson. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — J. L. Piatt, Pastor. 
31. E. Church, South — J. M. Fowler, 
Pastor. 

M. E. Church— J. B. Warren, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Hayesville High School— D. M. Stal- 
lings, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Sullivan, J. M. 
Killian, P .B. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Walker, A. M. 

Anderson, Ed. L. 

Scroggs, John O., & Son. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

McClure House. 

Alexander House. 

Mrs. Julia Fain. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Allison, S. H. 
FLOCR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Palmer, J. H. 

LAWYERS. 

Harrison, W. H. 

Anderson, O. L. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Hayesville Herald — W. H. Harrison, 
Editor. 



CLEVELAND COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, SHELBY. 



Population: (Census 1910). 29,491. 

Formed in 1841. Named in honor of Col. Benj. Cleveland. 

Area: 420 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $4,161,199; value of personal property. $2,829,839. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $6,630,594; by negroes, $161,032. 

No. Schools : For whites, 71 ; for negroes, 23. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 61 l-3c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 10c. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 300. Worked by public labor, except in No. 2 
and No. 6. The roads of No. 2 are worked by taxation; No. 6 by funds de- 
rived from a bond issue under control of three highway commissioners. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 
Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line, 8.77 miles, assessed value $288,530.11 



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CLEVELAND COUNTY. 



Southern Railway — Carolina Division, 24.S0 miles, assessed value. 147,640.85 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 21.34 miles, assessed value 427,898.58 

Lattimore Telephone Company, assessed value 500.00 

Pullman Company, assessed value 1,552.29 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 7.365.00 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 5,079.18 

Sharon Telephone Company, assessed value 500.00 

Boiling Springs Telephone Company, assessed value 400.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 9.49S.00 

Lawndale Railroad, 9.06 miles, assessed value 25,000.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 3,947.20 

Shelby Electric Light and Power Company, assessed value 3,900.00 

Postal Telesraph-Cable Company, assessed value 1,149.54 

Soiithern Power Company, assessed value 10,888.00 

Superior Court Terms: March 27th (two weeks); July 31st (two weeks); 
November 6th (two weeks). 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 
Clerk of the Court— P. L. Hoyle, 

sneiby. . r,, „ 

Sheriff— D. D. Wilkms, Shelby. 

Register of Deeds— J. J. Lattimore, 
Shelby. 

Treasurer— R. Stroup, Shelby. 

Coroner— T. K. Barnett, Shelby. 

Surveyor — O. C. Thompson, Shelby. 

Co. Supt. of Health— T. E. McBrayer, 
Shelby. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— J. Y. Irvin, 
Shelby. 

Supt. of County Home— J. C. Mull, 
Shelby, R. F. D. 

Co. Board of Education — W. L. 
Plonk, Kings Mountain; W. T. Calton, 
Shelby ; L. C. Palmer. Lawndale. 

County Commissioners — J. A. Ellis, 
(chrm.), Grover; O. E. Ford, Shelby; 
W. D. Lackey, Fallston. 

County Board of Elections — J. A. 
Anthony, (chrm.), Shelby; A. P. 
Spoke, Shelbv ; J. Y. Hamrick, 
Shelby. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

No. 1 Township— B. M. Ellis. J. W. 
Horton. 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. Anthonv. 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. Tiddy, Shelby: S. A. 
Hoev, Shelbv ; M. O. Mclntire, Shelby ; 
S. S. Mauney, J. M. Wilson, Shelby, 
R. F. D. No. 5; W. J. Roberts. Shelby. 

No. 7 — John Beason, Mooresboro ; J. 
B. Martin, T. P. Hamrick, Darfer. 

No. 8 — Zimri Kistler, Cleveland 
Mills; Jas. A. Beam, J. T. S. Mauney, 
Shelbv. 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. 
McNeily, J. B. Devinney. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Baptist— R. N. Hawkins, Shelby, 
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, 
Shelbv, 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. M. 
Hamrick. Principal. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Wood, W. J., Shelby, R. F. D. No. 3. 
Champion, C. O.. Mooresboro. 
Falls, O. G., Kings Mountain. 
Hunter, B. R., Kings Mountain. 
McKay, J. L.. Kings Mountain. 
Hoard. J. G., Kings Mountain. 
Avdlette. J. P.. Earl. 
Evans. G. T., Waco. 
Gold. G. M., Polkville. 
Palmer, V. J., Polkville. 
Self, L. L., Cleveland Mills. 
Edwards, A. M.. Lawndale. 
Fallston, E. A., Houser. 



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Lee, L. V., Lattimore. 
Gates, Geo., Grover. 
Hunt, J. F., Casar. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Hararick, C. J., Boiling Springs. 

Tnornason, Val., Stice. 

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. 

Mauney-Green & Co., Shelby, R. 
F. D. 

McSwain, B. F., Beattyville. 

Double Shoals Cotton Mills, Double 
Shoals. 

Cleveland Cotton Mills, Cleveland 
Mills. 

Cleveland Cotton Mills. Lawndale. 

Wortman, Chas. A., Casar. 

Morrison, W. J., Holly Bush. 

Crow, Pink, Knob Creek. 

The Gantt Harness Co., Belwood. 

Peeler & Warlick, Belwood. 

(iettys, P. S., Lawndale. 

Gantt, W. A., Fallston. 

Ntamev 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. H., & Sons, 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. 

Earl, W. D., & Co., Earl. 

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., Lawndale. 

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., Shelby, 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. 

Blariton & Hartness, Shelby, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Mauney, M. M., Camp Call. 

Ware, J. A., Kings Mountain. 

Pearl Milling Co., Lawndale. 

Whisnant, P. M., Hollv 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 3IILLS. 

Hamrick, J. Y., Metal. 

Hamrick, C. J., Metal. 

Mathews, J. R., Crocker. 

Ware, T. M. A., Kiugs 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. 

Philbeck, D. G., Gaffney, S. C, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Green, Leslie, Gaffney, S. C. 

Green, Miss Eslie, Gaffney, S. C, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Spake, Miss Annie, Gaffney, S. C, 
R. F. D. No. 9. 

Spake, Miss Lillian, Gaffney, S. C, 
R. F. D. No. 9. 

Gillespie, Miss Mae, Ellenboro, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Ellis, B. M., Mooreboro. R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Green, J. W., Mooresboro, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Warlick, Miss Mae, Shelby, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 



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Huggins, Mrs. J. D., Shelbv. R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Green. Miss Gertrude, Shelby, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Wilson, Geo., Shelby, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Packard, Miss Lillian, Shelby, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Smith, Miss Margaret, Shelby, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Kester. Miss Essie. Shelby, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Elliotte, Miss Kate B.. Shelby, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Wilson, Miss Cora. Blacksburg, S. 

C. R. F. D. No. 1. 
Webb. Geo. P.. Earls. 
Hamriek. Darter, Earls. 
Fulton. Miss Edith, Earls. 
Riggers, W. E.. Patterson Springs. 
Wilson. Miss Loula B.. Patterson 

Springs. 
Barnes. Miss Pearle, Grover, R. F. 

D. No. 2. 

Woody, Miss Nolia, Shelbv. R. F. D. 
No. 7. 

Raburn, Miss Delia. Grover. 

McCraeken, Miss Florence. Kings 
Mountain. R. F. D. No. 5. 

McCraeken, Miss Estelle. Kings 
Mountain. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Camp. J. C. Kings Mountain, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Black. Miss Mary. Kings Mountain. 

Logan. G. H.. Kings Mountain. R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Dickson. Francis. Kings Mountain, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Livingston. Miss N. Meldonia, 
Grover. 

Martin. Miss Lelia, Grover. 

Nanney, Miss Mae. Grover. 

McKay, Miss Mary, Kings Mountain. 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

McKav. Miss Loula. Kings ountain. 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Stroup. .T. W.. Shelbv. R. F. D. No.l. 

Weir. Miss Delightal, Shelbv, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

McCraeken. Miss Elizabeth, Kings 
Mountain. R. F. D. N. 1. 

Beam. Florence. Cherryville. 

Weir, B. M.. Waco. 

Falls. Soonie, Waco. 

Smith. .T. P.. Shelbv. R. F. D. No.l. 

Cabiness, L. A.. Shelbv. R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Randall, W. A.. Shelbv. R. F. D. 
No. 7. 

Lee. Mrs. Maude. Shelbv, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Patterson, Cicero. Shelbv, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Goode, Miss Sallie. Shelbv. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Poston. Miss Lucile. Shelbv, R. F. 
D. No. 7. 

Woodson. Miss Charlotte. Shelbv. 

Elliotte. Miss Jennie. Shelbv. R.' F. 



D. No. 5. 

Cline. Miss Maggie, Shelby, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Cornwall. Miss Laura. Shelbv. R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Whisnant, J. C, Shelbv, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Roberts. Miss Mamie, Shelby. 

Davis. Miss Florence, Shelby. 

Garrison, Miss Annie Laurie, Shel- 
by. R. F. D. No. 4. 

Bowman, Miss Nancy, Shelbv. R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Harrill, Miss Garva, Lattimore. 

Walker. Miss Mary. Lattimore. 

Philbeck, J. B.. Mooresboro. 

Blanton, Miss Annie. Mooresboro. 

McBrayer, Miss Carrie. Mooresboro. 

Willis. Miss Ivey. Lattimore. 

Willis. Mrs. Daisy, Lattimore. 

Whitehead, Miss Bessie Lee, Shelbv, 
R. F. D. No. 7. 

.Tones. Miss Clara. Lawndale, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Raburn. Miss Lola. Lattimore. 

Lattimore, J. G., Shelbv. R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Shipman, Miss Lola B.. Lawndale. 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Elliotte. Miss Susan. Lawndale. R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Lattimore. Miss Buna. Lawndale, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Stockton. .T. P.. Lattimore. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Baker. Docia. Lawndale. 

Strider. Miss Buna, Lattimore. R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Hovle, Alonzo. Lattimore, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Jones. Miss Fannie. Lawndale. R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Biggerstaff, Miss Buna, Lawndale, 
R. F.' D. No. 3. 

Beam. Miss Cora. Shelbv, R. F. D. 
No. fi. 

Elliotte, Miss Esie, Lawndale, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Cornwall. L. C. Belwood. 

Dickson. Miss Eda, Belwood. 

Elam. Mrs. Frank, Cleveland Mills, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Burns. W. D.. Lawndale. 

Newton. P. L.. Lawndale. 

Clapp. Miss Georgia. Lawndale. 

Gardner. V. A., Shelby. R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Hawkins. Miss Edna. Shelby. R. F. 

D. No. 6. 

Wilson. Miss Belle. Shelby. R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Cornwall. Miss Buna. Lawndale, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Hamriek, F. B., Fallston. 

Smathers, Miss Sarepta, Fallston. 

McLeod. Miss Jennie. Fallston. 

Wilson, Miss Sallie C. Lawndale. 
R. F. D. No. 2. 



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Elliotte. Marvin, Belwood, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Hartsell, Miss Sallie. Cleveland 
Mills. 

Self, S. C, Belwood, K. F. D. No. 1. 

Hoyle, Mrs. Minnie, Cleveland Mills, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Fortenberry, Miss Minnie, Cleveland 
Mills, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Morgan, Miss Naun L.. Cleveland 
Mills, R. F. D. 

Morgan, Miss Essie, Cleveland Mills, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Brackett, A. C, Lawndale, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Morris, Miss Cora. Lawndale, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Burngardner, Miss Estelle, Casar, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Hoyle. Oscar, Casar. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Pruett, Miss Clure. Casar. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Mull. John P.. Casar. 

Hoyle. Tonnie, Casar. 

Bumgardner. Miss Buna, Casar. 

Mull. Miss Mittie, Casar. 



SHELBY. 

Population. 1909. 5.000. No. white 
polls. 324; No. colored polls, 52. 

Value real estate. $1,279,294. 

Tax Kate: $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. 

R. R. Agents— L. P. Holland. Sea- 
board Air Line, C. C. & O.. Lawn- 
dale Railroad: L. E. Ligou, Southern 
Railway. 

Express Agent — Wm. Archer. 

Telegrraph 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. 

Methodist — Presiding Elder. J. R. 
Scroggs : (Central), E. E. Williamson; 
(Lafayette Street), D. L. Loman ; 
(Circuit), E. N. Crowder. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Shelby Graded Schools— R. T. How- 
erton. Superintendent; Miss Loulie 
Lee, Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Central 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 MANUFACTURERS. 
Kendrick, N. B. 

BOOK STORES. 
Ebeltoft, T. W. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Hicks, C. D. 
Wellmon, E. A. 
Hopper & Turner. 
Shull, C. R. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'R'S. 

Tiddy, Francis. 
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 BCILDERS. 
Thompson -Bran ton. 
Costner, V. A. 
Branton Bros. 
Austin Powers. 
Glenn, J. L. 
Branton, J. W. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Miller. W. H. 
Shelby Ice & Fuel Co. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Brawley Clothing Co. 
Levin & Stadiem. 
Kendall, K. 
McBrayer. Evans E. ■ 

COTTON GINS. 
Southern Cotton Oil Co. (Gin). 

DENTISTS. 
Osborne, J. R. 
Ware, R. E. 
Grigg, M. W. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Cleveland Drug Co. 
Kendall, H. E. 
Webb, T. Paul. 

DOCTORS. 
Royster, S. S. 
McBraver, T. E. 
Ellis, R. C. 
Palmer, B. H. 
Mitchell, W. F. 
Lattimore, E. B. 
Beam, J. F. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Levin & Stadiem. 
Hendrick, F. V. 
Nix, W. B. 
Whisnant, W. C. 
Suttle. The J. L. Co. 
McMurry & Hull. 
Nix Bros. 



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McBraver, J. C. 
Blanton, A. B. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Shelby Electric Light & Power Co. 

Southern Power Co. 

Lily Mill & Power Co. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 

Cokis. C. G. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & 3IT'R'S. 

Ford, O. E. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

McMurry, J. J., & Son. 

Lattimore, C. M. 

Beam, D. A. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Spangler, G. W. 

Webb. J. E. 

Dellincrer, J. N. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Shelby Foundry & Machine Shops. 

Shelby Machine & Supply Co. 
FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Grigg, Millard A. 

Elam, Orlando. 

Wilkins, J. J., & Son. 
GROCERS. 

Higgins, A. P., & Sou. 

Saunders, W. L. 

Newton Grocery Co. 

Blanton, A., Grocery Co. (Whole- 
sale). 

Martin, J. S., & Co. (Wholesale). 

Palmer, W. B. 

Hopper, Maj. 

Webb, J. E. 

Spangler, G. W. 

Washburn, J. M. 

Dellinser, J. N. 

Washburn, T. B. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Blanton Hardware Co. 

Farmers Hardware Co. 
HOSPITALS. 

Hamricks', Dr. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Eskridge, A. R. (Fire). 

Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 

Webb, C. R. 

Walkup, L. J. 

Shelby Insurance & Realty Co. 

Bowman, J. T. 

Miller, A. C. 

Barnett, T. K. 

Wilson, H. D. (Fire and Life). 

Shelby Insurance & Realty Co. 

Woodson, C .J. 

JEWELERS. 

Hamrick, T. W. 

Eskridge, Chas. 

Tillman, J. A. 

LAUNDRIES. 

Shelby Steam Laundry. 

Snowflake Laundry. 

LAWYERS. 

Falls, B. T. 

Newton, D. Z. 

Webb & Mull. 

Anthony & Gardner. 

Ryburn & Hoey. 



Quinn & Hamrick. 

XIVERY STABLES. 

Washburn & Doggett. 
Blanton, W. H. 
King, W. P. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S'. AND DEALERS. 
Powers, E. A. 
Thompson-Brantou, The, Co. 

MARBLE WORKS. 
Shelby Marble Works. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Cleveland Star— H. T. Hudson, Edi- 
tor. 

The Highlander— B. H. DePriest, 
Editor. 

Shelby Aurora — J. Y. Hamrick, Edi- 
tor. 

BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 
Shelby & Cleveland Co. B. & L. 
Association. 

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 & Electric Co. 
PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Gillespie, S. L. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Wanke, J. E. 
Mitchell, J. E. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
The Highlander Press. 
Lewis, Lee. 
Star Printing Co. 
Aurora Printing Co. 
Murry, J. B. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Anthony, J. A. 
English, Geo. L. 
Wilson, J. A. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Thompson-Branton Co. 
Powers, E. A. 
Arey, W. J. 
Washburn & Doggett. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Grigg, M. A. 
Elam, Orlando. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

Gidney, R. M. 
Lattimore, J. J. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Hydes, H. L. 
Mode, R. L. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Piedmont Mfg. Co. (Founders and 
Machinists). 
Shelby Creamery. 



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Shelby Ice & Fuel Co. (Ice). 

Shelby Roller Mills (Flour and 
Meal). 

Shelby Bottle Cap Works (Bottle 
Caps). 

Shuford, W. E., (Bottling). 

Chrisman, A. (Bottling). 

Shelby Concrete Co. 



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, $00,000; floating debt, 
$10,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. C. Patrick. 

Chief of Police — A. B. Hord. 

City Clerk — S. A. Crouse. 

Treasurer — Wylie McGinnis. 

Tax Collector — Jno. T. Wilson. 

City Attorney — E. L. Campbell. 

Postmaster — J. F. Harabright. 

R. R. Agent — J. O. Ross. 

Express Agent — E. B. Harden. 

Telephone 3Ianager — Syd. Bellinger. 

Telegraph Managers — Miss Musie 
Jenkins and W. Benson. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— J. L. Graham, Pastor. 
Lutheran — C. K. Bell, Pastor. 
Methodist — D. F. Carver, Pastor. 
Presbyterian — S. S. Oliver, Pastor. 
A. R. Presbyterian — R. A. Young, 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Kings Mountain Graded School. 
HOTELS 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. — J. B. 
Thomasson, President ; M. E. Hern- 
don, Cashier. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Carpenter & Falls. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
Rhyne, J. B. 
Mauney Bros. 
Kiser & Mauney. 
Plonk Bros. 
Fulton, W. P. 
McGill & Bros. 

BOOK STORES. 
Plonk & Bros. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Bumgardner, J. C, & Co. 
Goforth, Sylvanus. & Co. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'R'S. 

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. Phoenix, Cora and 
Sevier Cotton Mills. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Thomas, John. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Falls, C. B. 
Ramseur, Lee. 
Goforth, Kelly. 
Garrette, J. H. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Plonk & Bros. 
Mauney & Bro. 
Fulton, W. P. 
Carpenter & Bros. 
Kiser & Mauney. 

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. G. 
McKay, J. L. 
Falls, Oliver. 
Dr. Jones. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Fulton, W. P. 
Mauney, W. A., & Bro. 
Plonk & Bros. 
Kiser & Mauney. 
Carpenter Bros. 
POWER AND LIGHT COJIPANIES. 
Southern Power Co. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 
Thomas, John. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
Mauney & Bro. 
Plonk Bros. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Bumcrardner < & Craw T ford. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
H. T. Fulton. 

GROCERS. 

Patterson & Co. 
Wattersou & 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. 



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LAWYERS. 

McMillan, X. P. 
Campbell, E. L. 
LUMBER MF'R'S'. AND DEALERS. 

Kings Mountain Lumber Co. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Kings Mountain Hardware Co. 
Mauney & Bros. 

PAINTERS. 
Harmon, William. 
Abbott, Ed. 
Oliver, Lon. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Patterson & Co. 
Plonk Bros. 
Mauney & Bro. 

PLUMBERS. 
Mull, L. E. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Fulton, H. T. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Davis, Bridges & Broadfoot. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Patterson & Falls. 

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. Eury, 
Editor. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Door and Sash Factory. 
Ice Plant. 



GKOVER, 
Incorporated in 1S85. 
Population. 1909: White, 200; col- 
ored, 60; total, 260. 

Value real estate, $29,650; value per- 
sonal property. $49,995. 

Tax Rate: 10c. 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. Bnrby. Pastor. 
Presbyterian — James Thomas, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Grover High School — Miss Meldonia 
Livingston, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
The Bank of Grover — C. F. Ham- 
bright. President; M. A. Turner, 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 
Oates. Geo. 
Hambright. A. F. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Oates, Geo. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Turner. M. A. (Fire and Life). 
Grover Ins. & Realty Co. 



<;reeue, A. J. 
Gibbons, T. J. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Ellis, J. A. 

Hambright, C. F.. & Co. 
Keeter, D. J.. & Co. 
Grover Mercantile Co. 

GROCERS. 
Crocker. J. G., & Co. 
Little, M. J. 
Lookout, C. O. 
Turner, M. W. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 
Crocker, J. G.. & Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Harry & Bridges (Table Factory, 
Saw Mill, etc.). 

Bookout, D. J. (Planing. Wood- 
working Shop. Blacksmith Shop and 
Grist Mill). 



MOORESBORO. 
Incorporated in 1885. 
Population, 1910: White. 200: col- 
ored, 30; total, 230. 

Value real estate. $8,000; value per- 
sonal property. $42,000. 

Tax Rate: 20c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor— A. B. C. DePriest. 
Postmaster — B. S. Blanton. 
Chief of Police — L. M. Scoggin. 
R. R, Agent— H. C. Burrus, South- 
ern Railway. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist— G. D. Harrell. Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Mooresville High School. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Mooresboro — J. B. Blanton', 
President; Y. L. McCardwell, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Gibbs, E. W. 
Champion, C. O. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Gibbs. E. W. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Blanton. J. B. 
McBrayer, D. B., & Son. 
Martin & Bro. 
Green. Hill. 
DePriest. A. B. C. 

COTTON SEED OIL MILLS. 
Cotton Seed Oil Mills. 
Mooresboro Cotton Oil Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Beam, M. L. 
Bridges. Thomas. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Blanton, M. C. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
McCardwell, Y. L. 



WACO. 

Incorporated in 1906. 
Population. 1909: White, 168: col- 
order. 35: total. 400. 

Value real estate, $17,558; value per- 



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155 



sonal property. $26,221. 
Tax Kate: 25c. on the SI 00. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — W. G. Hord. 
Postmaster — J. M. Putnam. 
Chief of Police — J. R. Hord. 
B. K. Agent — C. S. Putnam, Sea- 
board Air Line Railroad. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Presbyterian — Rev. Mr. Miller, Pas- 
tor. 
Baptist — Geo. Rollins. Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Waco High School — Boyce Weir, 
Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Little. A. L. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Black. A. W. 
Stroup, D. B. 
Putnam. B. A., & Son. 
Beam Bros. 
HOTELS AND BOABDINO HOUSES. 
Miller. Mrs. F. M. 

MANUFACTUBING PLANTS. 
Hord, J. T., & Son. 



LATTIMORE. 

Incorporated in 1S90. 
Population. 1909: White, 260: col- 
ored, 25; total, 285. 
Value real estate. $50.000 : value per- 



sonal property, $75,000. 

TOWN OFFICEBS. 
Mayor— R. P. Early. 
Postmaster — B. H. Blanton. 
Chief of Police — .T. A. Johnson. 
B. B. Agents — .T. B. Lattimore. Sea- 
Board Air Line Railroad ; G. W. Love- 
lace, Southern. 

Manager Telegraph — G. W. Lovelace, 
Western Union. 

MINISTEBS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — D. G. Washburn, Pastor. ■ 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Lattimore High School — Toy Willis, 
Principal. 

DOCTOBS. 
Lee. L. V. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Price, O. D. 
Hamrick Bros. & Co. 
Harrill. R. L. 
Padgett, A. H. 
McSwain, D. A. C. 
Green. W. T. D., & Son. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 
Hotel Bridges. 

LIVEBY STABLES. 
Stockton. G. W. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Verner Oil Co. (Cotton Seed Oil). 
Pink Manufacturing Co. (Jute Bag- 
ging). 



COLUMBUS COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, WHITEVILLE. 



Columbus. 



Population: (Census 1910). 28.020. 

Formed in 1808. Named in honor of Christopher 

Area, 750 square miles. 

Value of real estate. S.3,207.777 : value personal property. $2,436,753. 

Property listed in 1910. by whites. $5,220,530; by negroes, $284,090. 

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. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Pullman Company, assessed value $ 10,504.95 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 75.62 miles, assessed value 2.216.120.91 

Seaboard Air Line Railway. 8.90 miles, assessed value 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 
Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 

Superior Court Terms: First Monday before the first Monday 
sixth Monday after the first Monday In March; seventh Monday 
first Monday in September; first Monday in September; twelfth 
after the first Monday in September. 

February, April and July (two weeks) : July for civil cases only, 
others, civil and criminal. 



178.458.17 

7,810.08 

19.805.20 

8.852.00 

535.50 

in March : 

before the 

Monday 



The 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— L. W. Stanley, 
Whiteville. 

Sheriff — A. S. Richardson, White- 
ville. 

Register of Deeds — C. E. Smith. 
Whiteville. 



Treasurer — D. R. Gore. Bug Hill. 

Coroner — Lott C. Mills, Clarendon. 

Surveyor — W. June Baldwin. Cerro 
Gordo. 

Co. Supt. of Health— H. B. Maxwell, 
Whiteville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— F. T. Wooten, 



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COLUMBUS COUNTY. 



Chadbourn. 

Supt. of County Home — Leon Bald- 
Win, Wbiteville. 

Co. Board of Education — A. H. For- 
ter, C. D. Koonce, Minus Meares. 

County Commissioners — R. Q. Pow- 
ell, Fair, Bluff; F. B. Pierce, Halls- 
boro ; E. J. Grimsley, Freeman ; ; L. C 
White, Vineland; John N. Cox, 
Dothan. 

County Board of Elections — E. M. 
Toon, Wbiteville ; A. A. Williams, 
Clarendon ; William Struthers, Grist. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Bogrue Township — .^.S. Sasser, Halls- 
boro; C. J. Frink, Hallsboro; G. M. 
Rushing, Hallsboro ; W. H. Hickman, 
Hallsboro ; Bruce Pierce, Hallsboro. 

Bug: Hill— J. L. Long, Bug: Hill; .T. 
P. Butler, Dothan; C. L. Cox, Guide. 

Chadbourn — C. M. Prince, Cbad- 
bourn ; W. S. Frink, Chadbourn ; S. 
P. Ward, Chadbourn ; T. M. Fowler 
Chadbourn. 

Fair Bluff — E. M. Worley, Cerro 
Gordo ; H. D. Williamson. Cerro Gor- 
do ; C. M. Strickland, Fair Bluff; M. 
G. Cook, Fair Bluff; Wm. Strickland, 
Cerro Gordo. 

I>ees — B. A. Marlow, Old Dock ; 
Hosea Simmons, Old Dock ; N. M. 
Ward, Old Dock; W. M. Suggs, Old 
Dock. 

Waceamaw — J. V. Holmes, Wacca- 
maw ; E. B. Council, Wananish. 

Ransom — J. D. Strauss. Bolton ; B. 
F. Applewhite, New Berlin; T. H. 
Williams, Cronly ; B. L. Daniels, East 
Arcadia ; W. A. Best, Freeman ; S. B. 
King, Armour; G. W. Applewhite, 
New Berlin ; L. R. Hobbs. New Berlin. 

South Williams— S. H. Boswell, Ta- 
bor; W. C. Graham, Tabor; J. L. 
Prince, Tabor; F. C. Wright, Tabor. 

Tatums — E. K. Brown, Chadbourn ; 
J. E. Porter, Chadbourn ; D. W. Nance, 
Evergreen ; W. E. Stone, Boardman ; 
D. S. Benson, Evergreen : A. D. Wil- 
liamson, Cerro Gordo. 

Welehe's Creek — James M. Brown, 
Wbiteville; J. L. McKay, Wbiteville; 
I. C. Powell, Wbiteville; H. S. High, 
Whiteville; J. O. Powell. Wbiteville; 
Rufus Shipman, Whiteville. 

Western Prong:— W. D. Wooten, 
Clarkton; W. .1. Baldwin, Clarkton; 
J. T. Wooten, Clarkton. 

Whiteville — E. L. Baldwin ; White- 
ville; J. J. McKay, Whiteville; M. L. 
Gore, Whiteville: E. C. Wooten. Clark- 
ton; E. A. Maultsby, Whiteville; A. 
J. Orr, Whiteville; J. C. Hooks, 
Whiteville; A. W. Buffkin, Whiteville. 

Williams — M. M. Harrelson, Claren- 
don: Grover C. Hinson, Clarendon; J. 
W. Jordan, Clarendon; J. K. Harper, 
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. Tyner, Evergreen ; 
A. H. Porter, Whiteville; G. W. Stan- 
ley, Mollie. 

Methodist— J. M. Marlow, Old Dock. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Jordan, D. B., Cronly. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Butler, J. G., Pireway. 

Dotban Merchandise Co., Dothan. 

Gore, J. K., Pireway. 

Wooten, W. 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., Whiteville. R. F. 
I D. No. 1. 

W. H. Roberts. Tabor. 

Brown. R. E. L., Chadbourn. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL, TEACHERS. 

Johnson, Miss Aphelia, Hallsboro. 

Teachy, Miss Emma, Hallsboro. 

Orr, Miss Mary Lou, Hallsboro. 

Barefoot, Miss Ola, Hallsboro. 

Brooks, Miss Cornelia, Artesia. 

Stanley, K. L., Bug Hill. 

Gore, C. P.. Bug Hill. 

Smith, V. L., Bug Hill. 

Foriny Duval, G. G.. Bug Hill. 

Cox, Mrs. Annie, Guide. 

Williams, J. D. W., Guide. 

Long, J. M., Guide. 

Butler. Miss Carrie, Pireway. 

Cox, F. O., Dothan. 

Smith, Miss Blanch, Bolton. 

Holmes. Miss Maude, Bolton. 

Little. Randel. Makatoka. 

Leach. Miss Nannie, Chadbourn. 

Webb, Miss Fannie. Chadbourn. 

Taylor, Miss Ruth. Chadbourn. 

Wood, Miss Fannie, Chadbourn. 

Lewis, Miss, Chadbourn. 

Ferebee, Miss, Chadbourn. 

Smith. Miss Mamie. Whiteville. 

Beardsley, Miss Kate, Chadbourn. 

Byrd, J. M., Chadbourn. 

Grainger. Miss Lucile, Chadbourn. 

Goode", Miss Verna, Chadbourn. 

Pavne, Miss Sarah M.. Chadbourn. 

Mitchell. Rev. J. M., Fair Bluff. 

Norris, Miss, Fair Bluff. 

"Wilkes, Miss Mary. Fair Bluff. 

Turner, Miss Annie, Fair Bluff. 

Struthers, Miss Hester, Grist. 

Griffin, Miss Jessie. Cerro Gordo. 

Williamson, Miss Bertha, Cerro 
tJordo. 

Black Miss Queenie, Cerro Gordo. 

Bennett, John, Cerro Gordo. 

Ross, C. I., Vineland. 

Ross, Mrs. C. I., Vineland. 

Harper, Miss Lula, Vineland. 

Simmons Hosia, Old Dock. 



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Marlow, B. A., Old Dock. 
Jeannette, Mr., Old Dock. 
Hill, Miss H. Leola, Cronly. 
White, Miss Allye C, Cronly. 
Flynn, Miss Leunie, New Berliu. 
Butler. Miss Helen, New Berlin. 
McGuirt, Miss Dora, New Berlin. 
Lea, Oliver S., Freeman. 
Flynn, Miss Ira, Armour. 
Coble, N. T., Evergreen. 
Williamson. Miss Pearl, Evergreen. 
Costin, Miss, Evergreen. 
Nance, Grover, Boardman. 
Baldwin, Miss Annie, Boardman. 
Cashwell, Miss Dare. Chadbourn. 
Hester, Troy, Boardman. 
Eure. Ruth. Whiteville. 
Porter, J. E., Whiteville. 
Powers. Miss Blanche, Boardman. 
Griffin. Miss Lucy, Clarkton. 
Hodges, Miss Jessie L., Clarkton. 
Ward, F. C, Abbottsbuvg. 
Clark, Miss Amanda, Clarkton. 
Kelly. Miss Emma, Clarkton. 
Brown. Miss Mary Kate, Whiteville. 
Council. Miss Rena. Whiteville. 
Thayer, Miss Bernice. Wananish. 
Benson, J. W. Wananish. 
McClunny. Miss Lee, Bolton. 
Baggett, Miss Sarah, Tabor. 
Ward, W. B., Mollie. 
Price, C. L., Vineland. 
Privett, W. G., Chadbourn. 
Williams, Miss Jessie, Chadbourn. 
Marlow, Willie. Dothan. 
Graham, W. C, Tabor. 
Pearson, W. M.. Tabor. 
Wright. Miss Bessie, Tabor. 
Cox, Miss Lula, Tabor. 
Salmon, W. M.. Vineland. 
McRaekan. Miss Maggie, Vineland. 
Thompson, Miss Nellie. Chadbourn. 
Hester. Miss Delpha. Chadbourn. 
Evans, Miss Willie McD.. Whiteville. 
Clark. Miss Eller, Whiteville. 
£mithwick. W. R.. Whiteville. 
Hamrick, Mr.. Whiteville. 
Schlotter. Mr. Whiteville. 
Hollowell, Miss Mollie Belle, White- 
vile. 
Earnhardt, Miss Rosa. Whitevile. 



WHITEVIIJjE. 

Incorporated in 1S73. 
Population, 1909" 1,500. 
Tax Rate: 33 l-3c. on the $100. 
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-Keepei — C. M. Baldwin. 
City Attorney — J. B. Schulken. 
Postmaster — J. D. Maultsby. 
R. R. Agent— J. F. Barkley, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

Express Agent — .1. F. Barkley. 



Telephone Manager — J. D. Maults- 
by, Whiteville Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — C. C. Smith, W. J. Adams, 
Pastors. 

Presbyterian — Fred M. Smith, Pas- 
tor. 
Methodist — D. C. Geddie, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Whiteville High School— S. W. 
Smithwick, Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Columbus Hotel. 
Williams House. 
Formy Duval House. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Whiteville— J. B. Schulken, 
President ; J. D. Maultsby, 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 STORES. 
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. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Hunt, C. J„ & Bro. 
Spivey, W. J. 

COTTON GINS. 
Cotton Ginning Co. 
Maultsby, J. D. 

DENTISTS. 
Davis, W. Ross. 
Sykes, J. C. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Maxwell Drug Co. 
McNall, J. A., & Son. 
DOCTORS. 
Maxwell, H. B. 
Crowell, W. H. 
McNeill. J. A. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Broadhurst & McRaekan. 
Schulken, H. F. 
Powell & Powell. 
Memory Co. 
Memory, J, L. 
Vineland Dry Goods Co. 
Nealy, E. 
Powell & Co. 
Goldstein, M. 
Butler, B. F., & Co. 



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Dunn, M. S. 
Benton. W. .T., & Son. 
McRoy, R. D. 
Register & Co. 
Ward, McD. 

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. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Powell-Lewis Furniture Co. 

GROCERS. 
Spivey Co. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Whiteville Hardware Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
MacDaniel. W. E. (Life and Fire). 
Formy Duval, Lee. (Life. i 
Williamson, J. I. (Life). 
Powell, R. C. (Fire). 
Memory, J. L. (Fire). 

JEWELERS. 
Richardson. J. B. 

LAWYERS. 
Lewis. D. ,T. 

Schulken. Toon & Schulken. 
Lyon & Greer. 
McRackan, Donald. 
Grady & Williamson. 
Tucker. I. B. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 



Whiteville Lumber Co. 
Harrelson, W. A. 
PAINT AND OIL 



DEALERS. 



DRUGGISTS. 

Butter's Lumber Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE, 

Butter's Lumber Co. 

Stephens, F. M. 

Fields, W. K. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Company Boarding House. 

3IANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Butter's Lumber Co. (Saw Mill,, 
Planing Mill. Box Mill). 



•AIR BLUFF. 

Incorporated in 1871. 
Population. 1910: White. 600; col- 
ored. 100; total. 700. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 



erty 



$500,000. 



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. 



BOARDMAN. 

Incorporated in 1891. 
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 
Coast 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. 
Northiugton, J. M. 



Tax Rate, 20c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor— J. P. Waddell. 
Postmaster — R. C. Tucker. 
Chief of Police — C. F. Sanderson. 
R. R. Agent— F. B. Vansaut, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — F. B. Vansant, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist — F. F. Eure, Pastor. 
Baptist — Rev. Mr. Wills. Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Fair Bluff High School— J. M. 
Mitchell. Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Fair Bluff— J. E. Dick, 
President; J. F. Rogers. Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Floyd, A. G. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Anderson & Floyd Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Waddell, J. P. 
Powell Supply Co. 
Anderson. B. A. 
Elvington. M. D. 
Town send, M. R. 
Townsend, B. L. 
Anderson, S. H. 
Pridgen, W. D. 
.Tones, Mrs. A. J. (Millinery). 
Elvington, H. (Millinery). 
Floyd. (J. K. 
Rogers, W. K. 
Faulk. W. H. 
Waddell, .T. P.. & Co. 
Townsend Bros. 

JEWELRY. 
Pridsren, W. D. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Anderson House. 
Powell House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Jenkins Bros. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Powell & Meares (Crate Factory 
and Saw Mill). 

Norris Bros. (Saw Mill). 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Anderson B. A. 
Rogers. J. F. 



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CHADBOURN. 

Incorporated in 1883. 
Population, 1909: White, 650; col- 
ored, 250; total, 900. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — S. M. Withers. 
Postmaster — T. H.' Rauisbottoin. 
Chief of Police — H. O. McCombic. 
R. R. Agent — L. M. Stevens, At- 
lantic Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — L. M. Stevens, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES, 
Baptist — F. T. Wooten, Pastor. 
Methodist— C. E. Vale, ' Pastor. 
Presbyterian — E. V. Carr, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Chadbourn High School — Miss Nan 
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. 
Bailey, E. R., Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Brown, R. E. L. 
Brown Mercantile Co. 
Blake, J. R., & Co. 
Williamson, E. D. 
Faulk, V. B. 
Thompson, J. A. 
Hardee, M. B. 
Harrelson, M. V. 

McDonald, Miss Lina (Millinery). 
Wilkes, Mrs. ,T. R. 
Miller & Houston (Furniture). 

GROCERS. 
Hardee, M. B. 
Benton, K. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Usher & Carter. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Brown Hotel. 

Wilkes, Mrs. .1. R. 

Harrelson, M. V. 

Burnes, Mrs. 

Koonce, Mrs. B. S. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Edmunds, Chester. 

Lennon, P. 

Edmunds, Neal. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Chadbourn B. & L. Association. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Chadbourn Industrial Advocate — H. 
B. Wilkes, Editor. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Chadbourn Manufacturing Co. 

Independent Ice Co. 



Brown, J. A. (Planing Mills). 
Chadbourn Iron Works Co. 
Koonce, C. D. 



TABOR. 



Incorporated in 1S95. 
Population, 1909: White, 390; col- 
orded, 10; total, 400. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — J. L. Lewis. 
Postmaster— E. C. Watts. 
Chief of Police — K. H. Seals. 
R. R. Agent — L. M. Stephens, At- 
lantic Coast Line. 

3IINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — Mr. Stanly, Pastor. 
3Iethodist — W. B. Humble. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Mt. Tabor School — Prof. Pearson, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Tabor — 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. 
Enterprise Grocery Co. 
Sarnis Co. 
Ford, G. W. 
Mills, J. P., Co. 
Gerrald, R. M. 
Gerrald, H. C. 
Hiskman, W. J. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Todd, E. McD. 
Harrelson, D. M. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Baldwin, Auty. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Anderson, B. B. (Factory). 
Tabor Crate Factory. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Fussell, D. C. 



CERRO GORDO. 

Incorporated in 1873. 

Population, 1909: White, 205; col- 
bred, TO; total, 275. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — T. E. Bardin. 

Postmaster — H. D. Kellihan. 

Chief of Police — I. F. Green. 

R. R. Agent— Matt Harper, A. C. L. 
Railway Co. 

Manager Telegraph — Matt Harper, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — J. F. Eure, Pastor. 

Baptist — Chas. C. Smith, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Cerro Gordo High School — Miss 



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COLUMBUS— CRAVEN. 



Hester Struthers, Principal. 
DOCTORS. 
Johnson, Floyd. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Johnson, Floyd. 

GENERAL,' MERCHANDISE. 
Williamson & Brown. 
Land & Lumber Co. 
Williams, P. E. 
Kellihan, H. D. 
Williamson & Avant. 
Williamson, J. L. 
Green, I. L. 



Williamson & Nance. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Williamson. 
Williamson, J. L. 
Coleman, D. J. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Williamson. .7. L. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Williamson & Brown, Land & Lum- 
ber Co. (Saw mill, planing mill, 
shingle mill, dry kilns.) 

Williamson &• Nance (Brick Mill.) 



CRAVEN COUNTY, 

COUNTY SEAT, NEW BERN. 



Population: (Census 1010), 25,594. 

Formed in 1731. Named in honor of William, Earl of Craven. 

Area: 900 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $5,219,674; value of personal property, $1,925,240. 

Property listed in 1910, by whites. $6,385,657 : by negroes, $759,257. 

No. of Schools : For whites, 45 ; for negroes, 35. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 232-3e. on the $100; special, 3c; 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. 

Southern Investment Company, assessed value $ 1,142.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 1.746.00 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 9.44 miles, assessed value 276,648.36 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 7,406.47 

Pamlico and Beaufort Telephone Compauy, assessed value 72.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 8,062.49 

Norfolk Southern Railroad, 25.38 miles, assessed value 252,S62.00 

Norfolk Southern Railroad. Atlantic & North Carolina Division, 

45.25 miles, assessed value 551,175.90 

Independent Steamboat Company, assessed value 3,000.00 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 25,528.00 

Vanceboro Steamboat Company, assessed value 1,850.00 

Dover & Southbound Railroad, 1.00 mile, assessed value 2.000.00 

Superior Court Terms: February 6th, criminal cases only ; February 13th, 
civil; April 10th, civil; May 8th (two weeks), civil; June 12th, criminal 
cases only; October 2nd, criminal cases only; October 9th. civil; November' 
20th (two weeks), civil. 



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. 
Treasurer — B. B. Hurst, New Bern. 
Coroner — R. D. V. Jones, New 
Bern. 

Surveyor — H. A. Brown. New Bern. 
Co. 'Supt. of Health— J. F. Rhem. 
Bern. 

Supt. of Schools — S. M. Brinson, 
Bern. 

of County Home — Fanny Wil- 
New Bern. 



New 
Co. 

New 
Supt. 

liams, 



Co. Board of Education — R. A. 

Nunn. I. S. Morton, Daniel Lane. 
County Commissioners — C. D. Brad- 



M. Green, New 

Elections — W. 

J. S. Basnight, 

Daniels, New 



ham. (chrm.), New Bern: H. T. White, 
Cove City; E. Z. N. Davis. Jasper; J. 
D. Williams. New Bern: N. M. Lan- 
caster, Vanceboro. 

County Attorney — E. 
Bern. 

County Board of 
Dunn, Jr., New Bern : 
New Bern; Louis G. 
Bern. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

No. 1 Township — F. A. Gaskins, 
Vancebore, R. F. D. No. 2; George C. 
Gaskins, Vanceboro, R. F. D. No. 3; 
L. E. Dudley. Vanceboro. B. F. D. No. 
No. 1 ; N. M. Lancaster. Vanceboro ; 
B. R. Warren, Vanceboro ; G. A. 
Whitford, Askin, R. F. D. No. 1; J. 
L. Forrest, Vanceboro ; J. A. Al- 



NEW BERN BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY 

NEW BERN, N. C. || CAPITAL, $200,000.00. 

A General Banking; Business transacted. Accepts appointment as Execu- 
tor, Guardian or Administrator of Estates. 



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dridge, Vaneeboro, R. F. D. No. 2; 
N. B. Ipock. 

No. 2. — S. W. Latham, New Bern, 
R. F. D. No. 1; Alfred Gaskins, New 
Bern, R. F. D. No. 1; N. T. Fulcher, 
New Bern, R. F. D. No. 1; Cicero 
Gaskins, New Bern, R. F. D. No. 1; 
W. A. Barrington, New Bern, R. F. D. 
No. 1 ; N. M. Farrow, Bridgeton. 

No. 3.— H. L. Arnold, Fort Barn- 
well; Amos Joyner, Fort Barnwell; 
W. H. West, Dover; C. J. White, 
Dover; J. S. Robinson, Cove City; A. 
S. Dixon, Dover; L. I. Harper, Fort 
Barnwell ; J. R. Jolly. Fort Barnwell ; 
W. A. Newell, Fort Barnwell. 

No. 5.— J. S. Morton, North Har- 
lowe; E. C. Taylor. Batchelor; J. H. 
Carraway. North Harlowe. 

No. 6.— T. E. Haywood, Croatan ; ,T. 
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; ,T. B. 
French. 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. Brvan. 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. Wetherinarton, 
Clarks; E. S. Street. New Bern; C. J. 
McCarthy, New Bern ; W. B. Flanner, 
New Bern. 

No. 9. — A. E. Wadsworth, Cove Citv, 
R. F. D. ; O. H. Pennv, 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. 

Disciple — 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. 

Mellwein, Mary, New Bern, R. F. D 

White, H. T.. Cove City. 

Tpock. Bryce, Cove City, R. F. D. 

Wadsworth Bros., Cove Citv, 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., Vaneeboro, 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, R. 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, Vaneeboro. 

Morton, J. S., North Harlowe. 

Simpson, C, Riverdale. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Causey, Miss Sallie, Vaneeboro, R. 
F. D. 

Arnold, Miss Blanche, Vaneeboro, R. 
F. D. 

Outlaw, Miss Myra, Vaneeboro, R. 
F. D. 

Hunter, Miss Annabel. Vaneeboro, 
R. F. D. 

Lancaster, Miss Marie, Vaneeboro, 
R. F. D. 

Stapleford. Miss Belle, Vaneeboro, 
R. F. D. 

Brinson, Miss Edith, Vaneeboro, R. 
F. D. 

Brewer. Miss Lula, Vaneeboro. 

Whitford, Miss Katie, Askin, R.F.D. 

Trenwith, Miss Fannie, New Bern, 
R. F. D. 

Grant, Miss Daisy. Fort Barnwell. 

Harper, Miss Sadie, Fort Barnwell. 

Upchurch, Miss Ethel, Dover. 

Folger, Miss Myrtle, Dover. 

Brewer. Miss Daisy, Cove City. 

Ipock, Miss Jessie, Cove City. 

Ipock, Miss Lula, Cove City. 

Long, Miss Ola, North Harlowe. 

Wood, Miss Maud, Riverdale. 

Wood. Miss Sadie, Riverdale. 

Becton. Miss Mittie. Bachelor. 

Bell, Miss Bertha Havelock. 

Morton, Miss Sallie, North Harlowe. 

Haskett, Miss Annie, Croatan. 

Hardison, Miss Carrie, Thurman. 

Smith, Miss Clarice. Thurman. 

Lawrence, Miss Annie E., New 
Bern, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Pittman, Miss Eva. Clarks. 

Moore, Miss Mattie. Tuscarora. 

Ewell, Miss Ethel, Cove City. R.F.D. 

Bonner, Miss Blanche. Askin. 

Holton, Miss Beulah C, New Bern, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Haskett, Miss Georgia. 

Daughertv, Miss Bessie. New Bern, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Merritt, Miss Winnie. Dover. 

Hooten, Miss Nellie, Dover. 

Garner. Miss Emma. Dover. 

Brooks. Mrs. Minnie. Bridgeton. 

Gaskins. Mrs. G. A.. Bridgeton. 

Gaskins, Mrs. N. L.. New Bern, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 



NEW BERN BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY 

NEW BERN, N. C. || CAPITAL, $200,000.00. 
A General Banking Business transacted. Accepts appointment as Execu- 
tor, Guardian or Administrator of Estates. 
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Craven, Miss Addie, New Bern, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Wetherington, Mrs. J. E., New Bern, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Arnold, Mrs. C. P., New Bern, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Paul, J. B., Bridgeton. 

Allen, B. W.. Vanceboro. 

Gaskins, N. L., New Bern, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Kornegay, Wade. Dover. 

Moser. E. H., Dover. 

Hill. M. A., Riverdale. 



NEW BERN. 

Population, 1909: 17,000. No. white 
p. .lis. .800; No. colored polls, 733. 

Value real estate, $2,892,405; value 
personal property, $1,705,056. 

Tax Kate: 95c. on the $100 and 
$2.S5 poll. 

Bonded debt, $30S,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— C. J. McCarthy. 

Chief of Police — I. M. Hargett. 

City Clerk— F. T. Patterson. 

Treasurer — D. M. Roberts. 

Tax Collector — .T. J. Tolson. 

Standard-Keeper — E. Tucker. 

City Attorney — W. D. Mclver. 

City Supt. of Health— I. F. Patter- 
son. 

Postmaster — R. Hancock. 

K. R. Agents— .1. H. Crawford. N. & 
S. Rv. ; B. S. Meeks, A. C. L. Ry. 

Express Agent— Z. V. Taylor. 

Telegraph Managers — Alice Sutton, 
Western Union ; Edna Holston, Postal 
Telegraph Co. 

Telephone Managei — L. S. Grant. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— I. W. Ham, T. S. Greaves. 

Christian — Rev. Mr. Jones, Pastor. 

Episcopal — J. H. Brown, Rector. 



Hurley, Pastor. 
H. N. Summerell. 



Methodist— J. B. 

Presbyterian — I. 
Pastor. 

Catholic— Father Stapleton, Pastor. 

Jewish — Rabbi Harry A. Merfield. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

New Bern Graded School — II. B. 
Craven, Superintendent; M. L. Hen- 
dren. Principal. 
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. AY. 

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. 
Central Market. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 
Waten, G. S. 
Jones, J. A. 

CLUBS. 
Craven Club. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Williams, I. V. 
Humphrey, 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. 
Boyd, Secretary. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Dunn, I. D., & Co. 
Chadwick, F. M. 
Black, A. 

COTTON GINS. 
Broadey & Ives. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
Kress & Co. 

DENTISTS. 
Clark, I. D. 
Dameron. L. L. 
Parker, Z. B. 
Hand, W. T. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Bradham. C. D. 
Duffy, F. S. 
Gaston Drug Co. 
Davis, D. R. 
Duffy. L. 
Harget, D. A. 

DOCTORS. 
Rhem, J. F. 
Patterson, J. F. 
Duffy, R. N. 
Duffy, Leinster. 
Armstrong, E. C. 
Duffv, Francis. 
Jones, R. D. V. 
Gibbs, N. M. 
Street. N. S. 
Caton, G. A. 



NEW BERN BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY 

NEW BERN, N. C. || CAPITAL, $200,000.00. 

A General Banking Business transacted. Accepts appointment as Execu- 
tor, Guardian or Administrator of Estates. 



CRAVEN 


COUNTY. 163 


Hughes, F. W. 


(.reen, E. M. 


Bell, Israel. 


Williamson, R. W. 


Moore, H. S. 


O'Hara, R. 


Dr. Mann. 


LUMBER M'F'R'S AND DEALERS. 


DRV GOODS AND NOTIONS. 


Neuse Lumber Co. 


Baxter, J. J. 


Elm City Lumber Co. 


Jarvis, D. F. 


Roper, J. L., Lumber Co. 


Mitchell, J. M. 


Blades Lumber Co. 


Dunn, J. G., & Co. 


Piue Lumber Co. 


Lusker, M. 


MARBLE WORKS. 


POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 


Willis, I. K. 


New Bern Power & Light Co. 


MACHINERY DEALERS. 


FRUIT DEALERS. 


Hymau Supply Co. 


New Bern Fruit Co. 


New Bern Iron Works. 


Royal, H. E. 


PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 


FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 


W. F. Hill. 


Meadows, E. H. & I. A., Co. 


Gaskill Hardware Co. 


Craven Chemical Co. 


Basnight Hardware Co. 


Va. -Carolina Chemical Co. 


PAINTERS. 


Broaoley & Ives. 


Berry, E. T. 


FLORISTS. 


Blalock & Co. 


Walny, J. W. 


PRODUCE DEALERS. 


FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 


Davenport, B. B. 


Watson, I. B. 


Watson, I. B. 


Harker & Co. 


PLUMBERS. 


Ives, George A. 


Green, J. C. 


Willis. Albert. 


Stallings Bros. 


FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 


PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 


New Bern Iron Works. 


Fuller, George R. 


FURNITURE DEALERS. 


PHOTOGRAPHERS. 


Turner, T. J. 


Wooten Studio. 


Miller. J. S. 


PRINTING OFFICES. 


Suter, John, & Son. 


Richardson Printing House. 


GROCERS. 


REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 


Roberts, T. G. 


Harper & Jones. 


Roberts & Hurst. 


Boyd, W. G. 


HARDWARE DEALERS. 


Taylor, W. X. L. 


Basnight, J. H. 


Stewart, J. W. 


Blades, Cutler. 


Wolfenden, J. J. 


Gaskell Hardware Co. 


Brown, H. A. 


Whitty, J. C, & Co. 


Dail, George D. 


HOSPITALS. 


SHINGLE DEALERS. 


Stewart Sanitorium. 


Hull, W. F. 


TI. S. Marine Hospital. 


Ellis, Warren B. 


INSURANCE AGENTS. 


Pine Lumber Co. 


Street, N. P. 


TAILORS. 


Nicol, G. A. 


Chadwick, F. M. 


Bryan & Oliver. (Fire.) 


Black, A. 


Farrior, N. M. (Life.) 


Sawyer, Richard. 


JEWELERS. 


UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 


Eaton, S. H. 
Baxter, I. O. 
Hibbard, A. E. 
Matthews, E. H. 


Simpson, H. W. 
Willis, I. K. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

Williams, R. P. 


LAUNDRIES. 


WALL PAPER DEALERS. 


New Bern Steam Laundry. 

LAWYERS. 
Simmons, Ward & Allen. 
Ward, D. L. 
Mclver, W. D. 


Lewis, Gilbert. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 


New Bern Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation. 

Home Building and Loan Associa- 
tion. 

Standard Building and Loan Asso- 


Nixon, R. B. 
Henderson, D. E. 


Warren & Warren. 


ciation. 


Nunn, R. A. 


Mutual Aid Building and Loan Asso- 


Moore & Dunn. 


ciation. 


Williams, J. L. 


INSURANCE AGENTS. 


Pearsall, P. M. 


Boyd, W. B. (Fire.) 


Whitehurst, H. C. 


Henderson, George. (Fire.) 


Bryan, H. R. 


Nicol, A. (Fire.) 


Moore, L. J. 


Bryan & Oliver. (Fire.) 



NEW BERN BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY 



NEW BERN, N. C. || 

A General Banking: Business transacted, 
tor, Guardian or Administrator of Estates. 



CAPITAL, $200,000.00 
Accepts appointment as Execu- 



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Farrow, N. M. (Life.) 

Street, N. P. (Fire.) 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Dailv Sun — O. G. Dunn. Editor. 

Daily Journal— C. L. Stevens, Edi- 
tor. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Oaks M'f'g Co. (Farming Imple- 
ments.) 

VANCEBORO. 

Incorporated in 1877. 
Population, 1909: 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. Harvey, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Duguid, James A. 
Taylor, J. R. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Vanceboro Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

White, W. C. 
Williams, A. M. 
Simpson, .T., & Co. 
Dinkins, M. 
Forrest, .T. 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. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Farmers Gin Co. 

White, W. C. (Saw mill, cotton gin, 
planing mill.) 

DOVER. 

Incorporated in 1901. 



Population, 1909: 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. H. Waters. 
Chief of Police — W. G. Rouse. 
R. R. Agent— J. D. Zeigler, Norfolk 
Southern Railway; W. O. Wooten, 
Dover & South Bound R. R. 

Manager Telegraph— J. D. Zeigler. 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist— W. M. Dargan. Pastor. 
Disciple— L. T. Wrightsell, Pastor. 
Baptist— Rev. Mr. Ragland, Pastor. 
Presbyterian — No Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Dover High School— E. H. Moser. 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Dover— G. V. Richardson, 
President; W. H. Caton, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Graham. Faulkner. 

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. 
Johnson, C. R.. Lumber Co. 
Waters, W. H., Lumber Co. 
Dover Lumber Co. 
Thompson, A. C, 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. F. Heath. 

R. R. Agent— M. A. Hill. Norfolk 
Southern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — M. A. Hill, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Episcopal — 

Baptist— T. J. Ragland, Pastor. 

Methodist— W. M. Dargan. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Jones, W. E. 
Aman. Rufus. 
Wetherington, O. S. 



NEIV BERN BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY 



NEW BERN, N. C. II 

A General Banking Business transacted, 
tor, Guardian or Administrator of Estates. 



CAPITAL, $200,000.00. 
Accepts appointment as Execu- 



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165 



Harris, J. H. 
Arnold. E. F. 
Avery, E. D. 
Daugherty & Son. 

COTTON GINS. 
White, H. T. 

GRIST MILLS. 
Aman, R. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Avery House. 
The Pittman House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Cox. A. B. 



BRLDGETON. 

Incorporated in 1907. 
Population, 1909: White, 200; col- 
ored, 50; total, 250. 
Value real estate, $12,000; value per- 



sonal property, $50,000. 

Tax Rate: 50c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — N. C. Brooks. 
Postmaster — J. Oglesby. 
Chief of Police — W. R. Hopewell. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Jlethodist— J. N. Wright, Pastor. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Oglesby, Jno. 
Tingle, A. M. 
Fulcher, Perry. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Molton, T. W. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Bridgeton Lumber Co. 
Brooks, N. C, Lumber Co. 
Blades, J. P., Lumber Co. 



CUMBERLAND COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, FAYETTEVILLE. 

Population: (Census 1910), 35.284. 

Formed in 1754. Named in honor of Duke of Cumberland. 

Area: 900 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $24,6S6,055; value of personal property, $2,109,759. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $6,433,343; 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, $126,800. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 400. Worked Public Road Law and county con- 
victs. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 60.13 miles, assessed value $1,762,167.97 

Pullman Company, assessed value 5,794.98 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 11,005.64 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 14,842.82 

Aberdeen and Rockflsh Railroad, 30.40 miles, assessed value 127.07S.00 

Roseboro and Fayetteville Telephone Companies, assessed value. 379.00 

St. Paul Telephone Company, assessed value 152.00 

Clinton and Dunn Telephone Company, assessed value 45.00 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value. . . 14,493.00 

Carolina Power and Light Company, assessed value 11,259.75 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value. 8,349.00 

Raleigh and Southport Railroad, 21.50 miles, assessed value 107,500.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 5,200.59 

Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad, 7.50 miles, assessed 

value 22,500.00 

Merchants and Farmers Steamboat Company, assessed value 4,167.00 

Superior Court Terms: January 16th, criminal cases only ; February 20th, 
civil cases only; March 27th, jail and civil cases; May 1st (two weeks), 
civil eases only ; May 29th, criminal cases only ; August 28th, criminal cases 
only; October 23d (two weeks), civil cases only; November 20th, criminal 
cases only. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— A. A. Mac- 
Kethan, Fayetteville. 

Sheriff — N. H. MacGeachy, Fayette- 
ville. 

Register of Deeds— F. R. Hall, Fay- 
etteville. 

Treasurer — David Gaster, Fayette- 
ville. 



Coroner — J. V. McGougan, Fayette- 
ville. 

Surveyor — W. W. Baker, Fayette- 
ville. 

Co. 'Supt. of Health— Wm. S. Jordan, 
Fayetteville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— B. T. McBryde, 
Fayetteville. 

Supt. of County Home — Alex. Leslie, 



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Fayetteville. 

Co. Board of Education — J. A. Oates, 
(chrm.), Fayetteville; A. D. McGill, 
(sec'y), Fayetteville; J. W. Hall, Au- 
tryville. 

County Commissioners — R. H. Buck- 
ingham, (chrni.1. Favetteville; F. C. 
Yarboro. Hope Mills, R. F. D. No. 2; 
J. H. McPhail, Hope Mills; A. B. 
Smith, Cedar Creek; W. J. Olive, 
Wade. 

County Board of Elections — W. G. 
Hall, (chrm.1, Fayetteville; George 
Holmes, Fayetteville; A. H. Slocomb, 
Fayetteville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Cross Creek Township — D. N. Mac- 
lean. Fayetteville; W. W. Huske. 
Fayetteville; C. P. Overby, Favette- 
ville; W. D. Gaster, Fayetteville: W. 
A. Brown, Fayetteville; Colin Mae- 
Rae, Fayetteville; T. J. Powers, Fay- 
etteville: Frank Glover. Favetteville: 

C. B. McMillan. Fayetteville; W. C. 
Holland. Fayetteville. 

Pearce's Mill — A. E. MacLean. Fay- 
etteville; Geo. B. Nunnery. Fayette- 
ville: Chas. Adams, Fayetteville. 

Gray's Creek — .T. P. Thames. Fav- 
etteville, R. F. D. No. 8; J. H. Smith, 
Alderman: S. C. Kriner.Edonia. 

Seventy-first— D. B. Gillis. Favette- 
ville, R. F. D. ; ,T. F. McFadyen. Fay- 
etteville. R. F. D. : .T. M. MacPherson, 
Fayetteville, R. F. D. 

Qnewhiffle — W. J. MneRaney. Rae- 
ford; H. A. MacDonald. Timberland. 

Carver's Creek — Joseph Ray, 
Draughon; A. MacBuie. Fayetteville; 
R. A. Collier. Linden: J. F. MacCor- 
qnodale, Fayetteville. R. F. D. No. 6. 

Little River— M. P. Blue. Lobelia ; 

D. D. Black. Vass, R. F. D. No 1; W. 
H. Richardson. 

Beaver Dam — J. S. Home, Autrv- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 2: R. S. Tatum, 
Cedar Creek, R. F. D. No. 1 ; J. H. 
MeOee. Elise. 

Cedar Creek — .T. M. Faircloth, Cedar 
Creek: G. H. Clark. Cedar Creek; D. 
H. Maxwell. Stedman. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Flea Hill — M. Maxwell, Favetteville. 
R. F. n. : G. L. Godwin. Favetteville, 
R. F. D.; D. D. Bain. Wade, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Black River — Nathan Williams. Cod- 
win; B. H. .Ternisran, Dunn. R. F J>. 
No. 4; H. P. Godwwin, AYade. R. F. 
D. No. 1 : E. .T. Godwin. Dunn, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Rockfish — R. D. Carver. Fayetteville. 
R. F. D. No. 7: J. D. Hornadav, Cot- 
ton : W. C. Perks. Hope Mills : John 
Smith. Cotton. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Presbyterian — David Fairley, Man- 
chester. 

Baptist— T. J. Baker, Cedar Creek; 
J. D. Tew, Favetteville: W. M. Page, 



Fayetteville; J. M. Gibbs, Cotton; Q. 
R. Johnson, Cedar Creek. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

King Hiram School. 
Riverdale Academy. 
Eastover Academy. 
Godwin Graded School. 
Little River Academy. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Averitt, K. G., Cedar Creek. 
Bullock, T. C, Autrvville. 
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, H. 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. H., Alderman. 
Jessup, Emmett. Clay Fork. 
Geddie, J. D.. Stedman. 
Sessoms, Jeff. D., Stedman. 
Bullard. Vander, Yander. 
Carter, H. C, Buckhorn. 
Nunnalee. W. L., Sherwood. 
Faircloth, J. T.. Raeford. 
COTTON GINS. 
Alexander. N. B., Favetteville. 
Godwin, S. G., Favetteville. 
Geddie, McD., Fayetteville. 
Marsh, W. H., Alderman. 
Currie, J. H.. Fayetteville. 
Hatcher, William. Carlos. 
Williams, W. N., Fayetteville. 
McC'orquedale, J. T., Kinnon. 
Blue & Faircloth. Raeford. 

SAW MILES. 
Olive, W. J., & Co., Wade. 
Dowuine, A., Stedman. 
Upchureh. 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. 
Williard, J. F., Cumberland. 
Bullard, Miss Julia. Cumberland. 
Bridgers, W. R.. Hope Mills. 
McDonald, Mrs. Lauchlin, Hope 
Mills. 

Fisher, Miss Gertrude, Hope Mills. 
Gainev, Miss Ethel. Hope Mills. 
Cole. Miss Ethel. Hope Mills. 
Thaggard, Miss Annie, Cotton. 



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CUMBERLAND COUNTY. 



McArthur, Miss Mattie, Parkton, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 
Teague, D. B., Raeford. 
Gaiuey, Miss Bessie, Fayetteville, E 
F. D. No. 7. 

McGirt-Clark, Mrs. Flora, Fayette- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 7. 

Cox, Guy, FayetteTille, R. F. D 
No. 8. 

McQueen, Miss Nellie, Fayetteville, 
R. F. D. No. S. 

Stuart, Miss Rose, Fayetteville, R. 
F. D. No. 7. 

Jessup, Mrs. Bessie, Edonia, care 
W. C. Riddle. 

Olive, E. J., Hope Mills, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Monroe, Miss Kate, Hope Mills, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Page, B. R., Fayetteville, Massey 
Hill. 

Black, Miss Emma, Fayetteville, 
Massey Hill. 

Cashwell, Miss Mamie, Fayetteville, 
Massey Hill. 

McArthur. Miss Mary, Fayetteville, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

McPherson, Miss Elizabeth, Fayette- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Weatherly, W. R., Fayetteville, R 
F. D. No. 3. 

Williams, Miss Henrietta, Fayetteville, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Harmon, Miss Marv, Favetteville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 
Black, Miss Elizabeth, Manchester. 
Sloan, W. R., Manchester. 
Graham. W. R., Draughan. 
Byrd. Miss Rettie. Linden. 
Boseman, Miss Mary, Linden 
W. L. Williams. 
Ray, Miss Bertha, Lane. 
Bula. Miss Carrie. Favetteville, B. 
F. D. No. 6. 

Elliott, Miss Jean, Favetteville, R. 
F. D. No. 6. 

Page, Miss Mary, Dunn, care J. C. 
Pope. 

Williams, Miss Urella. Dunn. 
R. F. D. No. 4, care C. C. McClellan. 

Buchan, Miss Florence, Dunn, care 
Jas. McPhail. 

Clegg, W. R., Godwin. 

Searcy, Miss Carro, Godwin. 

McNeil], Miss Mary, Godwin. 

McLeod, Miss Mamie, Wade. 

McMillan, Miss Mary, Wade 

McPhail, Clark. Wade, R. F.D No 1 

Matthews. Miss Lula, Wade R F 
D. No. 1. 

Graham, Miss Belle, Wade, R F D 
No. 1. 

Page, Miss Callie, Wade, R. F. D 
No. 1. 

Bryant, Miss Jennie, Stedman, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 



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Crook, W. R., Fayetteville, R. F D 

PsO. 1. 

Holmes Miss Hennie, Fayetteville, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Turlington, Miss Mamie, Favette- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Gay, W. A., Fayetteville, R. F. D 
No. 2. 

Martin, Miss Mamie, Fayetteville, R 
F. D. No. 2. 

King, Miss Mary, Cedar Creek. 

Melvin, Miss Mattie, Cedar Creek. 

Cameron, Miss Bessie, Cedar Creek, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Daughtry, Mrs. G. R., Lena. 

McCollouch, Miss Florence, Elise 

Fisher, Miss Fannie, Cedar Creek, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Sessoms, Miss Lillian, Buckhorn 

Downing, Neill, Buckhorn. 

Nunnery, Mrs. Nora, Autryville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Bulla rd, Miss Annie, Roseboro, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Melvin, Miss Ollella, Roseboro, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Sessoms, Miss Annie, Roseboro, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Wright, Guy, Stedman. 

Seawell, Miss Christian. Stedman. 

Coppedge. Miss Sallie, Stedman. 

Batten, Miss Carrie, Stedman. 



care 



Gibbs, Miss Minnie, Fayetteville, R. 
K. F. D. No. 3. 



FAYETTEVELLiE. 

Population, 1909: 12.000. 

No. white polls, 565; No. colored 
polls, 195. 

Value real estate. 91.597,570; value 
personal property, $987,294. 

Tax Rate: 1 per cent. 

Bonded debt, $293,000. (This in- 
cludes water works and electric plant, 
which is owned by city.) 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— J. D. MacNeill. 

Chief of Police— W. H. Smith. 

City Clerk— H. J. MacBuie. 

Treasurer — A. A. MacKethan, Jr. 

Tax Collector — W. L. Hawley. 

City Attorney— R. H. Dye. 

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. 

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— C. N. Tyndall, Rector. 

Methodist — J. T. Gibbs, Presiding 
Elder; Hay Street Church, L E 
Thompson, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — W. M. Fairlev " K V 
MacLeod. 
Catholic— Father Kennedy, Pastor. 



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SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Fayette ville 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. 

Fayetteville Inn. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

The National Bank — W. A. Van- 
story, 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 Bakerv Co. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Poe, E. A.. Co. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Jennings, E. H. 
Jessup Bros. 
Kennedy, J. L. 
Holland & Co. 
Globe Clothing Co. 
Fleishman, B., & Bros. 
Ayer, S. G. 

Thornton, Tom A., & Co. 
Goldstein, J. 
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. 
Oorham Book & Music House. 
New Book Store Co. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 
Cross Creek B. & L. Association. 
Farmer & Mechanic B. & L. Ass'n. 
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, Heman. 
Ussery, H. 
Perry, A. 

BICYCLES AND REPAIRS. 
Saunders, W. T. 
Edwards, Joe. 
McDaniel, R. H. 



CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'R'S. 

Beville, C. L. 
King, J. A. 
Ingold, C. L. 
Rankin, A. E., Co. 

CLUBS. 
Industrial Club. 
Elks Club. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Rankin, A. E., Co. 
Powell, W. H. 
MacMillan, H. L. 
Simmons, R. F. 
COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS 

Lakeview Manufacturing Co. 
Holt-Morgan Mills. 
Tolar-Hart & Holt Mills. 
Holt- Williamson Mills. 
Victory Manufacturing Co. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Huske, A. S. 
Home, H. R., & Sons. 
King Drug Co. 
Wooteu, L. C. 
Ray. 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. 
Saleeby's Candy Store. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Humphrey, D. J. 
Bullard. C. E. 
Black, John. 
Humphrey, E. J. 
Deal, W. W. 
Davis, F. W. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Fayetteville Ice & Mfg. Co. 
Carmon, Joshua. 
Poe, E. A., Brick Co. 
Simmons, R. F. 
Smith, W. F. 
Beal, Green. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
E. J. Hale, President; F. R. Rose, 
Secretary. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Folb, Mike. 
Maultsby, J. S. 
Globe Clothing Co. 
Watson, C. M., & Co. 
Stein Bros. 

Shuford, Rogers & Co. 
Fayetteville Department Store. 
Riffs, T. 

Thornton, Tom., & Co. 
COTTON GINS. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co. 
MacNeill, J. D. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 

Courtney, M. L. 
Thornton, Frank. 



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DENTISTS. 


Ward's Foundry & Plow Works. 


Crouiai'tie, A. S. 


FURNITURE DEALERS. 


Judd, J. H. 


Fayetteville Furniture Co. 


Patterson, G. B. 


Brothers, W. E. 


Patterson & Judd. 


Sheetz, S., & Sons. 


Ray, W. A. 


Cape Fear Furniture Co. 


NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 


Newberry, C. B. 


Fayetteville Observer (Daily and 


GROCERS. 


Weekly)— E. J. Hale, Editor. 


Armfield Co. (Wholesale.) 


Fayetteville Index (Weekly) — J. A. 


Culbreth, J. H, & Co. (Wholesale.) 


Parham, Editor. 


Rankin, A. E., Co. (Wholesale and 


Living; Word (Monthly)— Li. H. 


Retail.) 


Tread well. Editor. 


Carolina Grocery Co. 


PRINTING OFFICES. 


Smith, W. F. (Wholesale.) 


index Printing Co. 


HARDWARE DEALERS. 


Judge Printing Co. 


Huske Hardware House. 


Garrett, J. E. 


Watson, Walter. 


DRUGGISTS. 


Haigh, Charles. 


MaeKethan & Co. 


Rankin, A. E. 


Rome, H. R., & Sons. 


McMillan Bros. 


Souder's Drug Co. 


Powell, W. H. 


B. E. Sedberry's Son. 


Maultsby, J. Sam. 


Cook, A. J. 


Ward's Plow Works. 


Massey Hill Drug Co. 


Sanders, W. T. 


DOCTORS. 


HOSPITALS. 


Higbsmith, J. F. 


Higbsmith Hospital. 


Highsiuitb, Seavy. 


St. Luke's Hospital. 


Jordan, Wm. S. 


INSURANCE AGENTS. 


Lilly, J. M. 


Huske, B. B. (Fire.) 


MaeKethan, D. G. 


MacRae, S. H., Agency. (Fire.) 


Marsh, J. H. 


Rose, F. R. (Fire.) 


McGougan, J. V. 


Robinson, J. H. (Fire.) 


MaeKethan, J. A. 


Holland, W. C. (Fire.) 


MacNeill, J. W. 


State Realty & Insurance Co. (Fire.) 


Rose, A. S. 


Fayetteville Realty & Insurance Co. 


Scofield, E. J. S. 


(Fire.) 


Thornton, Irene. 


Morgan, W. M., & Co. (Fire.) 


West, T. M. 


Underwood, John. (Life.) 


Hayes, R. B. 


LaFayette Mutual Life Insurance 


Carson, E. J. 


Co. (Life.) 


DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 


Smith, N. H. (Life). 


Thornton, Prank. 


Malloy, W. B. (Life.) 


Kennedy, J. F. 


MaeKethan Real Estate, Loan & 


Jessup Bros. 


Trust Co. (Life.) 


Ayer, S. G. 


JEWELERS. 


Courtney, M. L. 


Prior, Warren, & Sons. 


Maultsby, A. S. & Bro. 


Beasley, B. F. 


Riff, T. 


Upton -Sedberry Co. 


Holland & Co. 


Whaley, J. J. 


Anderson, J. H., Co. 


LAUNDRIES. 


POWER AND EIGHT COMPANIES. 


Fayetteville Steam Laundry. 


Fayetteville Gas & Electric Co. 


City Steam Laundry. 


Vublic Works Commission. 


Wah Sing. 


FRUIT DEALERS. 


LAWYERS. 


Townsend, D. W. 


Broadfoot, C. W. 


Smith Fruit Store. 


Bolton, J. H. 


Saleeby's Candy Store. 


Cook, H. L. 


FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 


Hall, A. S. 


Southern Cotton Oil Co. 


MaeKethan, E. R. 


Rankin, A. E., Co. 


Rose, G. M. 


Taylor, D. K. 


Murchison, I. A. 


FLORISTS. 


Nimocks, Q. K. 


Lamb, J. M. 


Robinson, H McD. 


MaeKethan & Co. 


Shaw, J. G. 


FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 


Sinclair, N. A. 


Ussery, H. 


Sutton, T. H. 


Perry, A. 


Dye, R. H. 


Williams, E. N. 


Rose, C. G. 


FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 


Everett, H. S. 


Russell. C. S. 


Bullard, V. C. 



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Cashwell, D. J. 


Smith. A. B. 


Newton. J. Sprunt. 


Rankin, A. E. 


Brothers, H. L. 


Empire Lumber Co. 


Lyon, Terry. 


Rankin, A. E., Co. 


Herring. R. W. 


Gilmore-Rankin Co. 


Davis, E. G. 


TAILORS. 


Oates, J. A. 


Newman, L. 


MaeRae, J. C. 


King, A. P. 


Gibbs, John C. 


Mahoney, John. 


HDIBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 


UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 


Rankin, C. A. 


Wilson & Rogers. 


Empire Lumber Co. 


VETERINARY SURGEONS. 


Cumberland Lumber Co. 


Martin, Tom. 


Southern Timber and Lumber Co. 


Fitzmorris, B. Z. 


MaeDiarmid, W. J. 


Buchan, A. A. 


Bullard. A. J., & Sons. 


Perry, A. 


McAllister-Ross Lumber Co. 


WALL PAPER DEALERS. 


Boone & Thain. 


Gorhani Book & Music Co. 


Gilmore-Rankin Lumber Co. 


The New Book Store. 


MARBLE WORKS. 


MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 


Hemsburg, E. L. 


Holt-Morgan Mills. (Cotton cloth.) 


MACHINERY DEALERS. 


Holt- Williamson Mill. (Yarns). 


Russell, C. S. 


Tolar-Hart Mill. (Yarns.) 


Carolina Machine Co. 


Lakeview Mfg. Co. (Yarns.) 


Clark, I. W. 


Victorv Mfg. Co. (Cotton cloth.) 


Huske Hardware House. 


Ashlev-Bailev Mill No. 1. (Silk mill.) 


Sanders. W. T. 


Ashley-Bailey Mill No. 2. (Silk mill.) 


NAVAL STORE DEALERS. 


Algoddon Knitting Mill. 


Slocomb, A. H. 


Ward's Plow Works. 


Ga. Pine Turpentine Co. 


Bruton. J. C, Cross Arm Works. 


MacKethan. Alfred A. 


West Lumber Co. (Crates.) 


PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 


Boone & Thain. 


Huske Hardware Co. 


Favetteville Woodenware Company. 


Saunders, W. T. 


(Buckets.) 


Home. H. R. 


Ga. Pine Turpentine Co. 


Sedberrv's, B. E.. Son. 


Poe. E. A.. Brick Co. 


PAINTERS. 


Rheum-aid Medical Co. 


Wright, T. T. 


Regal Medicine Co. 


Maultsby. Wm. 


Hewitt. C. M. (Mattresses). 


.Tones. Trvin. 


Kelly Suspender Co. 


Waddell. Alfred. 






Jones. Lonnie. 


HOPE MULIiS. 


PLUMBERS. 


Incorporated in 1888. 


Cram Plumbing Co., The 


Population. 1910: White, 998; col- 


Burke, Sam. 


ored. 10; total, 1.00S. 


Smith. Frank. 


Value real estate. $231,499;; value 


PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 


personal property. $47,028. 


Blount, W. F. 


Tax Rate: 3.°> l-3c. on the $100. 


Sheetz. S.. & Sons. 


TOWN OFFICERS. 


PHOTOGRAPHERS. 


Mayor— W. C. Perks. 


P-~iton Studio 


Postmaster— Mrs. M. J. Pate. 


Keen's Studio. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 


Chief of Police — John D. Barbour. 
R. R, Agents— E. T. McDonald. A.C. 
L. R. R. and V. C. & S. R. R. ; E. D. 


MacKethan, E. R. 


Tyson. A. & R. R. R. 


Fayetteville Realty & Insurance Co. 


Manager Telegraph — E. T. McDonald, 


Rose. F. R. 


Western Union Telegraph Co. 


MacKethan Land Co. 


MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 


State Realty & Insurance Co. 


Methodist — N. M. McDonald. Pastor. 


Underwood, John. 


Baptist— I. E. Olive. Pastor. 


Sutton. Thomas. 
Smith. N. H. 


Episcopal — N. C. Duncan. Rector. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 


SALES STABLES. 




Revill. C. L. 


Hope Mills Graded School— W. L. 


Ingold. C. L. 


Bridges. Supt. 


Rankin. Tom. 


BANKS AND BANKERS. 


MacArthur Bros. & Co. 


Hope Milis Bank — (Now in the 


SHINGLE DEALERS. 


hands of a receiver). 


Huske Hardware Co. 


DOCTORS. 


Evans. J. & O. 


Gilbert. J. C. 



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DRUGGISTS. 

Gilbert, J. C. 

LAWYERS. 

Newton, Z. B. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Hope Mills Mercantile Co. 
Fort. M. F. 
Simmons. George. 
Smith, N. H. 
Hall, H. F. 
.Tones, Samuel. 
Musselwhite, Nettie. 
Johnson, Rufus. 
Leazer, J. W. 
Rollins, W. B. 
Slack, A. W. 

Bradv &• Rogers (Shoe Store). 
McDaniel, N. M. 
Burns. Misses (Milliners). 
Hope Mills Furniture Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Winsrate. 
Elkins. J. W. 
Johnson, A. J. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Baker, Ben. 
Smith, J. D. 
Rogers, P. C. 
Thames, H. F. 
McLean, M. A. 
Calcut, Charles R. 
Britt. Moses. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Hope Mills Nos. 1 & 4. 
Cumberland Concrete Co. 



RAEFORD, 

Incorporated in 1890. 
Population. 1900: White. 1,200. 
Tax Rote: 1-3 of 1 per cent. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. W. Johnson. 

Postmaster — D. J. Currie. 

Chief of Police — W. H. Russell. 

R. R. Asrent — W. E. Freeman, A. & 
R. R. R. Co. 

Manager Telesrraoh — W. E. Freeman, 
Western Union Telesrraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — W. C. Brown. Pastor. 

Methodist— J. W. Bradley, Pastor. 

Baptist — D. B. Humphrey. Pastor. 
INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Moore, John W. (Fire.) 
Graham. G. A. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Moore, John W. 
Graham, G. A. 

BARBERS. 

B. F. Grimes. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Raeford Institute. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Raeford — John W. Mc- 
Lanchlin, President; John W. Moore, 
Cashier. 



DOCTORS. 

Brown, George W. 
Graham, George A. 
Dickson, A. P. 
Juat, Francis. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Facts and Figures — D. S. Poole, 
Editor. 

Apostolic Evangel — Joseph H. King, 
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. 

McGill & Morris. 

Glisson, J. D. 

McKethan, Daniel. 

Walter, W. F. 

McLean, H. S. 

Baucom, R. J. 

Peele Bros. 

Williamson, J. B. 

McKethan, 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. 

Fuller, A. J. 

Gatlin & Williford (Sales). 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Raeford Power & Mfg. Co. (Cotton 
yarn). 
Blue Brick & Tile Co. 
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: 300. 

COTTON MILLS. 
Houston, J. Frederick, & Co. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Smith, J .A. 

Butler, \V. TL. & Son. 



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CURRITUCK COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, CURRITUCK. 



Population: (Census 1910), 7,693. 

Named in honor of Tribe of Indians. 

Area, 200 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $1,070,216; value of personal property, $485,902. 

Property listed in 1910, by whites, $1,453,254; by negroes, $102,864. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 36; for negroes, 13. 

Tax Kate: County purposes, 23 2-3 cents on the $100. 

Public Koads: No. miles public roads, 150. Worked by hands, not by 
taxation. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS C031PANIES. 

Southern Express Company, assessed value $ 1,322.75 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 1,034.60 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company, 14.30 miles, assessed value. 142,471.50 

Albemarle and Chesapeake Canal Company, assessed value 20,000.00 

Currituck Telephone Company, assessed value 5,000.00 

Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 5,455.00 

Superior Court Terms: First Monday in September; last Monday in Feb- 
ruary. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— E. W. Ansell, 
Currituck. 

Sheriff— R. E. L. Griggs, Point Har- 
bor. 

Register of Deeds — P. N. Bray, 
Sligo. 

Treasurer — G. W. Williams, Curri- 
tuck. 

Surveyor— Caleb B. Bell, Shaw- 
boro. 

Co. Supt. of Health— Dr. H. M. 
Shaw, Knott's Island. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — Dr. J. M. 
Newbern, Jarvisburg. 

Co. Board of Education — W. J. 
Tate, Kitty Hawk; E. D. Bowden, 
Knott's Island ; Dr. S. M. Mann, 
Moyock. 

County Commissioners — F. Bonney, 
Knott's Island ; J. A. Dutcher, Jarvis- 
burg ; J. T. Hampton, Aydlett. 

County Board of Elections — R. L. 
Newbern, Old ; J. C. Walker, Curri- 
tuck ; W. S. Harrison, Mamie. 

JUSTICES OP 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; J. D. Clifton, Currituck. 

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 ; Jas. Y. Old, Poplar Branch. 

Baptist — J. B. Ferebee, Shawboro. 
Rev. Mr. Murray, Poplar Branch. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Ritter, F. W., Moyock. 

Mann, S. M., Moyock. 

Shaw, M. M., Knott's Island. 



Cowell, W. H., Sligo. 
Garrington, J. F., Coinjock. 
Garrington, Cecil, Coinjock. 
Griggs, W. T., Poplar Branch. 
Newbern, J. M., Jarvisburg. 

LAWYERS. 
Simmons, A. M., Currituck. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Fulford, A. J., & Co., Moyock. 
Cox, J. B., Moyock. 
Van de Carr, C. R., & Co., Moyock. 
Payne, J. W., Moyock. 
Flora, P. H., Tulls. 
Humphries, C. V., & Bros., Tulls. 
Snowden, F. P., Snowden. 
Forbes, M. M., Shawboro. 
Barnard, J. P., Shawboro. 
Doxey, H. 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. 
Boswood, Grandy, Barco. 
Barco, C, Barco. 
Lindsey, Dempsey, Coinjock. 
Guard, J. T., Coinjock. 
Bray, B. N., Coinjock. 
Hampson, W. H., Waterlily. 
Coinjock Grocery Co., Coinjock. 
Hampton, J. T., Aydlett. 
Williams, J. T., Popular Branch. 
Newbern, R. L., Old. 
Owens, J. B., Point Harbor. 
Cooper, W. A., Knott's Island. 
Boswood, J. H., Gregory. 
Hale, B., Gregory. 

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. R., Jarvisburg. 



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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. 

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. 

Orecory, M. R.. Poplar Branch. 

White, L. R., Seagull. 

Stevenson, Geo. E., Shawboro. 
COTTON GINS. 

Van de Carr, C. R., & Co., Moyock. 

Johnson, E. R., Currituck. 
FLOUR. CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Van de Carr, C. R.. & Co., Moyock. 

Perkins, C. L., Sligo. 

Johnson, E. R., Currituck. 
SAW MILLS. 

Perkins, C. L., Sligo. 

Carolina Land & Lumber Co., 
Moyock. 

Fulford. A. J., & Co., Moyock. 

Farmers' Manufacturing Co., Coin- 
jock. 

Tate. W. J., Kitty Hawk. 

Perkins. A. L.. Powell's Point. 

Barco, C, Barco. 

Perkins & Howell, Maple. 

Willey, A. M., Snowden. 



SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Sykes, Miss Irma, Harbinger. 

Alexander, Miss Carrie E., Harbin- 
ger. 

Burgess, Miss Annie, Mamie. 

Perry, Miss Mattie, Mamie. 

Forbes, Miss Mary A., Jarvisburg. 

Dulin, Miss Julia, Jarisbvurg. 

Sanderlin, Miss Ruth, Grandy. 

Mann, E. W., Grandy. 

Phelps, Miss Mary H., Poplar 
Branch. 

Pinnell, Miss Josephine, Popular 
Branch. 

Reid, Miss Inez, Poplar Branch. 

Chesson, Miss Dollie, Aydlette. 

Taylor, S. T., Coinjock. 

Taylor. T. J., Coinjock. 

Jobe, Miss Adeline. Coinjock. 

Bell, Miss Mary P. Maple. 

Forbes, Miss Sophia, Corolla. 

Talbot. Miss Ruby. Waterlily. 

Burgess, Miss Myrtle, SnowdeD. 

Moore, Miss Nancy, Sligo. 

Cox, Mrs. C. L., Tulls. 

Bell, Miss Annie E. Tulls. 

Garrett, C. B., Moyock. 

Weatherly. Miss Bessie, Moyock. 

Garrett, Miss Virginia,, North 
West, Va. 

Parker. Miss Carrie, Tulls. 

Deal, Miss Mary E., Vine, Va. 

Vick, Miss Bessie, Woodleigh. 

Gregory, Miss Madge, Woodleigh. 

Tillett, Miss Jennie E., Deals. 

Tillett, Miss Zora, Corella. 

Talbott, Miss Grace, Munden, Va. 

Baum, Miss Nora, Kitty Hawk. 

Goodson, Miss Ruth, Otilo. 

Midgett, Mrs. Maggie Wright, Kitty 
Hawk. 

Clifton. Mrs. V. F., Currituck. 

Brumsey, Horace A., Barco. 



DARE COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, MANTEO. 



Population: (Census 1910), 4.841. 

Formed in 1870. Named in honor of Virginia Dare. 

Area: 975 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $43,160; value of personal property. $216,821. 

Property listed in 1910. by whites, $259,981; by negroes. $17,921. 

No. of Sohools: For white, 19; for negroes, 3. 

Tax Rate: Countv and poor, 40c. ; special. 5c; State. 21c; pension. 4c; 
school, ISc; special school. 5c; special jail. 15c; special court-house, 25c on 
the $100. 

Countv bonded debt. $22,300.00. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 150. Worked under Old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Eastern Carolina Transportation Company, assessed value $1,550.00 

Southern Investment Company, assessed value 402.00 

Superior Court Terms: May 3nd; November 7th. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. Sheriff — A. H. Etheridge, Manteo. 

Clerk of the Court— W. R. Gray, Register of Deeds— Roscoe Jones, 

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DARE COUNTY. 



Treasurer — J. W. Haynian, Wau- 
chese. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — W. B. Fearing, 
Manteo. 

Supt. County Home — L. D. Hassell, 
Manteo. 

county Commissioners — J. B. Cox, 
Mann's Harbor; N. E. Gould, Manteo; 
M. C. O'Neal, Avon. 

County Board of Education — R. C. 
Evans, (chrm.), Manteo; S. A. Griffin, 
Manteo; F. J. Fielder, Frisco. 

County Board of Elections — W. S. 
Davis, (chrm.), Wanchese; L. N. Mid- 
gette, Skyco. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

East Eake Township — A. M. Cohoon, 
East Lake. 

Nags 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 ; 
O. M. Scarborough, Buxton. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Methodist — R. A. Broughton, Manns 
Harbor; Rev. J. N. Whitson, Kitty- 
Hawk ; R. L. Beasley, Avon. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

O'Neal, Miss Maude, Stumpy Point. 

Easoii, F. M., Buxton. 

Davis, Roy L., Manns Harbor. 

Godwin, C. T., East Lake. 

Daughtery, Miss Orphelia, Roanoke 
Island. 

Baum, Miss Sarah, Skyco. 

Wanchese Academy, W. W. Sted- 
man, Wanchese. 

Gray, A. C, Colington. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Sykes, Dr., Buxton. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Pinner, J. B., East Lake. 

Daniels, E. 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. 

Farrow, 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. 

Fulcher, A. J., & Bro., Frisco. 

Fulcher, O. C, & Bro., Buxton. 

Gray, L. H., Avon. 

Hooper, Geo. W., Stumpy Point. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Leighton, A. F., Manteo. 
Leighton, Mrs. A. F., Manteo. 
Owens, Miss Nellie, Manteo. 
Creef, Miss Hattie, Manteo. 



Thompson, H. E., Wanchese. 
Thompson, Mrs. H. E., Wanchese. 
Wetherington, Miss Florence, Wan- 
chese. 

Brockwell, Miss Virginia, Wanchese. 

O'Neal, Miss Maud, Hatteras. 

Gaskius, Miss Leona, Avon. 

Lister, Mrs. Lillian L., Hatteras. 

Gray, A. C, Avon. 

<a - ay, Chas. P., Buxton. 

Bailey, Geo. T., Buxton. 

Barnes, B. W., Avon. 

Midgett, Miss Lillie, Salvo. 

Midgett, Miss Orinde, Stumpy Point. 

Payne, Calvin, Stumpy Point. 

Etheridge, Miss Amanda, Mann's 
Harboro. 

Midgett, Miss Mildred, Mann's Har- 
bor. 

Godwin, C. T., East Lake. 
Dough, Miss Madelon, East Lake. 
Baum, Miss Sara, Skyco. 
Calhoun, Mrs. Nannye, Colington. 
Midgett, Mrs. Dora, Manteo. 
Gray, Mrs. Maud, Manteo. 
Ethridge, Mrs. W. H., Manteo. 



MANTEO. 

Incorporated in 1899. 
Population, 1910, 1,000. 
No. white polls, 150. 
Value real estate, $69,635; value per- 
sonal property, $37,328. 
Tax Rate: 33 l-3c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — John W. Evans. 

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 — J. A. Morris, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Manteo Graded School — G. M. Guth- 
rie, Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Roanoke. 

Tranqued House. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Manteo — R. C. Evans, Pres- 
ident; R. Bruce Etheridge, Cashier. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

The Griffin Sample Co. 
Meekins, T. S., Co. 
Baum & Tarkington. 
Davis, C. W. 

BOOK STORES. 

Meekins, T. S., Co. 



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BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Crisp, T. R., & Co. 

CARRIAGE DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Evans, James A. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Davenport, A. H. 
Meekins, T. S., Co. 
The Griffin Sample Co. 
Baum & Tarkington. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Gray, W. P. 

CHAMBER OE COMMERCE. 

F. P. Gats, President. 

CLOTHIERS AND JIEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Davis, C. W. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
Meekins, T. S., Co. 
The Griffin Sample Co. 
Baum & Tarkington. 

DOCTORS. 

Gates, F. P. 
Fearing, W. B. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Meekins, T. S., Co. 
The Griffin Sample Co. 



Baum & Tarkington. 
Davis, C. W. 
FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Griffin, W. J., & Son. 
GROCERS. 

Meekins, T. S., Co. 

The Griffin Sample Co. 
Baum & Tarkington. 
Davis, C. W. 
Crisp, T. R., & Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Evans, Meekins & Griffin Co. 
LAWYERS. 

Crisp, B. G. 
Striugfield, D. M. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 

Casey, J. W. 

PAINTERS. 
Brothers, W. J. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 

Crisp, T. R., & Co. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Evans & Meekins. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMER3. 

Evans, James A. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Meekins, T. S., Co. 



DAVIDSON COUNTY. 



COUNTY SEAT, LEXINGTON. 

Population: (Census 1910), 29,404. 

Formed in 1823. Named in honor of General William Davidson. 

Area, 000 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $5,473,730.47; value of personal property, $3,360,061. 

Property listed in 1910, by whites, $0,977,188; by negroes, $117,607. 

No. Schools : For whites, 94 ; for negroes, IS. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 21 2-3c. on the $100; special, 15c. for public 
roads, Lexington and Thomasviile Townships. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 500. Worked by taxation in Lexington and 
Thomasviile Townships. Other Townships worked under Old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Pleasant Grove Telephone Company, assessed value $ 195.00 

Muddy Creek Telephone Company, assessed value 136.00 

North State Telephone Company, assessed value 274.00 

North Carolina Railroad, 24.80 miles, assessed value J_, 161, 190. 30 

Piedmont Railway, 20.50 miles, assessed value 56,250.00 

.Pullman Company, assessed value 4,389.60 

Thomasviile Telephone Company, assessed value 1,730.00 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 2,294.00 

Southern Power Company, assessed value 36,747.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 37,332.06 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value. 4,146.00 

Lexington Telephone Company, assessed value 5,000.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value... 12,008.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 3, 394. SO 

Midway Telephone Company, assessed value S59.00 

Orinoco Telephone Company, assessed value 343.00 

Ritch Fork Telephone Company, assessed value 490.00 

Superior Court Terms: February 27th (two weeks), civil cases only; Au- 
gust 14th (two weeks), civil cases only; April 24th, civil cases only; No- 
vember 13th, civil cases only. 



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COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— C. E. Godwin, 
Lexington. 

Sheriff — A. T. Delap, Lexington. 

Register of Deeds — G. W. Miller, 
Lexington. 

Treasurer — E. A. Rothroek, Lexing- 
ton. 

Coroner — J. W. Peacock, Lexington. 

Surveyor — Jno. W. May, Hanners- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. of Health — E. J. Buchanan, 
Lexington. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— P. S. Vann, 
Lexington. 

Supt. of County Home — J. H. Fritts, 
Lexington. 

Co. Board of Education — P.. T. Har- 
rison. Denton : H. R. Radcliff. Lexing- 
ton ; S. H. Averett, Thomasville. 

County Commissioners — M. R. Har- 
ris, Thomasville: J. A. Lindsay, Lex- 
ington ; W. S. Anderson, Silver Hill, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

County Board of Elections — S. W. 
Finch. Lexington: W. F. Thomason, 
Lexington ; R. L. McCrarv. Lexington. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Arcadia Township — Alex. A. Graver, 
Enterprise: .Tames P. Crouch, Enter- 
prise: G. A. .Tones. Enterprise: Lewis 
Weasnear. Enterprise; C. H. Sink, En- 
terprise. 

Abbott's Creek — M. D. Raper. Ker- 
nersville, R. F. D. No. 1; C. H. Teague. 
Kernersville. R. F. D. No. 1; D. B. 
Clinard Wallburg; S. J. Frazier, Wall- 
burg. 

Alleghany — A. C. Newson. Ver- 
sailes; W. M. Surratt. Versailles; F. 
M. Cook. Bain ; Daniel Loftin, Broad- 
way. 

Boone — J. B. Bailev. Linwood. R. F. 

D. No. 1; W. L. Snider. Jubilee; D. 
C. Rbarpe. Linwood, R. F. D. No. 1; 
TV. D. Simmerson, Jubilee: O. T. 
Davis. Linwood. 

Cotton Grove — O. L. Stoner, Lin- 
wood. R. F. D. No. 2; George W. 
Smith. Linwood. R. F. D. No. 2: A. W. 
Feezor. Linwood. R. F. D. No. 2: Z. 
T. Sharpe, Linwood. 

Conrad Hill— John H. Crotts. Lex- 
ington. R. F. D. No. 2; T. G. Thomas. 
Thomasville, R. F. D. No. 3: H. M. 
Fritts, Thomasville. R. F. D. No. 2. 

Emmons — P.. F Lanier, Cid : J. L. 
Thompson. Lilac: A. J. Beck. Cid: 

E. A. MofTitt. Denton: Alex. Garner, 
Denton ; Hayes Harris, Denton ; J. L. 
Lanier. Denton. 

Healins- SpHne-s — W. P. Kinnev. 
Silver Hill. R. F. D. No. 1 ; D. M. 
■Feezor. Silver Hill. R. *\ D. No. 1 ; 
M. L. Bean. Silver Hill. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Hampton — W. B. Hampton. Clem- 
mons. R .F. D. No. 2. 

Jackson Hill — R. M. Stokes. Jack- 
son Hill ; George I. J. Elliott, Jackson 



Hill; J. B. Glover, Jackson Hill; J. C. 
('. Skeen, Jackson Hill; C. H. Surratts, 
Jackson Hill. 

Lexington — John H. Moyer, Lexing- 
ton ; James Adderton, Lexington; 
George F. Morefleld, Lexington : J. F. 
Hedrick, Lexington; T. L. Moore, 
Lexington. 

Midway— D. A. Clodfelter. Wall- 
burg, R. F. D. No. 1 ; R. E. Lambeth. 
Wallburg, R. F. D. No. 1; A. J. Hart- 
man. Wallburg, R. F. D. No. 1 ; E. E. 
Hyatt. Wallburg, R. F. D. No. 1; 
Adolphus Thomas, Wallburg, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Silver Hill — George W. Hedrick, 
Lexington. R. F. D. No. 2: Grover C. 
Palmer. Silver Hill; C. A. Hedrick, 
Silver Hill : John L. Nance, 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. 
D. 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: N. H. 
Swieegood. Lexington, R. F. D. No. 5. 

Thomasville — C. W. Burton, Thomas- 
ville: W. A. Mendenhall, High Point, 
R. F. D. No. 4; J. W. Veach. Thomas- 
ville: David P. White, High Point; 
W. R. Rothroek, Thomasville; J. R. 
Keen, Thomasville. 

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. 

Lurly. J. M., Crescent. 

Deal, Jas. A.. Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

SCHOOLS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Wallburg — Kater C. Curtis, Princi- 
pal. 

Reeds — Prof. Hendrix, Principal. 

Yadkin College — M. F. Phillips. 
Lexington. 

Churchland — Prof. Hastv. 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. H., Hannersville. 

Lomax, M. R.. Jubilee. 



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Morris, J. W., Handy. 

Craver & Zimmerman, Lexington, K. 
F. D. No. 1. 

COTTON GINS. 

Earnhardt, J. W., Lexington. 

Bverlv 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., Linwoorl, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILES. 

Grimes Bros., Lexington. 

Arcadia Mills, Arcadia. 

Penry, R. L., Lexington. 

Younts, Frank. Lexington, R. F. D. 

Miles, C. Denton, Denton. 

SAW MILES. 
Snider Lumber Co., Denton. 
Michael, Fritts & Co. 
Hepler & Miller. 
Walser & Walser. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Yonts, Miss Stella, Kernersville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Long. Miss Mittie, High Point, R. F. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Rominger, C. L.. Wallhnrg. 

Needham, W. S.. High Point, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Johnson, H. P., Jackson Hill. 

Yokley, R. L., Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Craven, Miss Minnie. Enterprise. 

Earnhardt. J. O.. Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Newland. Miss Mary A., Jubilee. 

Hasty, S. G., Linwood, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Rickard, Miss Grace V., Jubilee. 

Yokley. C. M., Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Carter. Miss Belle. Thomasville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Dimmette, Chas. L.. Hannersville. 

Anderson. TV. S., Linwood, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Phillips. J. E.. Lexington, R. F. D. 

Dimmette. Miss Ethel, Linwood, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Smith. W. H., Lexington. R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Russell, C. R., Denton. 

Earner, C. L.. Denton. 

Lanier, Bernice. Cid. 

Woosely, T. E., Clemmons, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Horney. Miss Maggie E., Silver Hill. 

Skeen. Miss Essie, Denton, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Anderson, Miss Zeola. Handy. 

Leonard. Arthur L., Lexington. 

Messie. Miss Jannie. Lexington. 

Motsinger. Miss Loula C, Lexington, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Ferguson. Miss Ula, Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 



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Greer, Miss Nellie, Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

McNairy, Miss Addie, Lexington. 

Rothrock, C. W., Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Whicker, P. E., Winston-Salem, R. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Liven good, Clarence, Winston-Salem, 
R. F. D. No. 5. 

Miller, Samuel, Winston-Salem, R. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Parker, Hester, Clemmons, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Link, J. S., Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Leonard, John B., Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Reavis, J. W., Lexington, R. F. 
No. 2. 

Beck, Robert L., Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Leonard, John W., Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Bowers, J. W., Thomasville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Saintsing, E. W., Thomasville. 

Hunt, Miss Nannie, Thomasville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Wood, V. C, Thomasville. 

Moore, B. V., Thomasville, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Pavue, Percy, Thomasville, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Sink, J. Carl, Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Green, Miss Clatie, Linwood, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Michael, J. P.. Lexington. 

Hendrix, T., Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Craver. Miss Glenna, Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Webster, Miss Callie, Yadkin Col- 
lege. 

Leonard, Miss Amanda, High Point, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Clinard, G. W., Wallburg. 

Hayworth, Miss Minnie. High Point, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Johnson, H. L., Handy. 

Evans, Miss Blanch, Enterprise. 

Craver. S. L., Clemmons, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Sowers. Philip. Jubilee. 

Fitzgerald. J. L., Linwood, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Harrie. R. C, Linwood, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Hilliard. W. H. Jubilee. 

Chappius. B. A., Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Davis. Miss Hellen, Thomasville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Thomas, I. G., Thomasville, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Yow, Miss Bessie, Linwoorl, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Williams. J. C, Linwood. 



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Carrick, J. A., Silver Hill. 

Newsonie, L. A., Denton. 

Anderson, Miss Cora, Denton. 

Thomas. Miss Annie E.. Cid. 

Adams. Miss Belle, Flora. 

Hedrick. C. A.. Lexington. 

Snider, Miss Lnella, Silver Hill. 

Lowe. Miss Mabel, Jackson Hill. 

Frazier, C. C. Lilac. 

Leonard. Charlie, Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Leonard, H. Luther, Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Yates, Miss Pansey, Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Turnlev. Mrs. Anna, Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Spoolman. G. C, Lexington. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Monsees. Miss Florence, Lexington, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Leonard. Mrs. Ellen H., Lexington, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Bolick, Gather, Wallburg. 

Shoaf, H. R., Winston-Salein. R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Yokley. John H., Lexington. R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Ripple. Miss Lizzie. Lexington, R. 
F. F. D. No. 4. 

Parker. Miss Maggie, Clemmons, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Raper. Miss Eudora, Lexington. R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Reid, Miss Liza. Silver Hill. 

Evans, N. L., Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Owen, Miss Carrie, Lexington. 

Jones, Allen, Thomasville. 

Metters. Miss Pallie, Lake. 

Small. Miss Sallie H., Thomasville. 

Atkins, Mrs. G. J.. Thomasville. 

Regan, Miss Eliza. Thomasville. 

Hammer. Miss Lena. Thomasville, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Kells. Sibley C. Thomasville. 

Parnell, Miss Ellen, Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Koonts, Miss Addie. Jubilee. 

Craver, Miss Mav. Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Craver, Mrs. Alda. Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Leonard. J. C. Lexington. R. F. D. 
No. 3. 



LEXINGTON, 

Population. 1900. fi.nr.4. No. white 
polls. 500; No. colored polls. 100. 

Value real estate. S700.000 ; value 
personal propertv. $488,011. 

Tax Rate. £1.30. 

Bonded debt. $168,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — S W. Finch. 

Chief of Police — J. B. Hayworth. 

City Clerk— W. M. Koonts. 

Treasurer — M. H. Conrad. 



Tax Collector — Earl Holmes. 

Standard-Keeper — Chas. E. Weaver. 

City Attorney — E. E. Raper. 

City Supt. of Health— D. J. Hill. 

Postmaster — J. G. Walser. 

R. R. Agent — L. F. Barr, Southern 
Railway; L. L. Barbee, Southbound 
Railway. 

Express Agent — H. I. Lopp. 

Telegraph Managers — Chas. Patter- 
son, Western Union ; Miss Berry, Pos- 
tal-Cable Co. 

Telephone Manager — Will Harris, 
Lexington Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — Rev. Mr. Jenkins, Pastor. 

Episcopal — J. C. Davis, Rector. 

Lutheran — B. Y. Booser, Pastor. 

Methodist— A. L. Stanford. Pastor. 

Presbyterian — Rev. Mr. Thompson, 
Pastor. 

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. 

Tussey, J. W. 

Harbin. W. Lee. 

BANKS AND BANKEKH. 

Bank of Lexington — G. W. Mont- 
castle. President; W. H. Men.lenhall, 
Cashier. 

Bank of Davidson — J. P>. Smith, 
Piesident; Jas. Addertou, Cashier. 

National Bank of Lexintrtoti— Dec- 
mot Shemwell, President; J. E. Foy, 
Cashier. 

Commercial & Savings Bank — J. W. 
McCrary. President; J. T. Deadrick, 
Cashier. 

BAKERS. 

Lexinaton Bakery. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Lexington Brick Co. 

North State Brick Co. 

Harbin. W. Lee. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Everhart, G. W. 

Hammer, J. II. 

Everhart Bros. 

Evans Bros. 

Clodfelter D. 

Young, Chas. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'R'S. 

Lexington Buggy & Harness Co. 
CLUBS. 

Iroquoise. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Lexington Produce Co. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Dacotah. 

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Winnonah, No. 2. 
Nokomis. 

CONFECTIONARY DEALERS. 
Saleeby, N. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Harbin, W. Lee. 
Tussey, J. W. 
Smith, Griff. 
Ford, A. L. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Holmes Coal Co. 
Orowell, J. W., Coal Co. 
Eanes, Thos. 

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. B. 

DOCTORS. 
Vestal, W. J. 
Buchanan, E. J. 
Hill & Hill. 
Clodfelter, C. M. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Penry, W. G. 
Hankins, 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, Dupree. 
Hamner, Joseph. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 
Thompson's Sons, C. M. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Davidson Furniture Co. 
Lexington H. F. G. Co. 
Home Furniture Co. 

GROCERS. 
Lexington Grocery Co. (Wholesale.) 
Messick, A. F., Gro. Co. (Wholesale). 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Lexington Hardware Co. 
Davidson Hardware Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Davidson Insurance & Trust Co. 
Montcastle & Mendenkall. 
Shemwell & Foy. 
E. B. Craven. 
Radeliffe, H. S. 

JEWELERS. 
Sheets, A. E., & Co. 
Davis, E. P. 
McCulloh, John W. 
Smith, J. B. 



LAUNDRIES. 

Lexington Steam Laundry. 
LAWYERS. 

Raper, E. E. 

Walser & Walser. 

Phillips, Wade H. 

McCrary & McCrary. 

Williams, S. E. 

Bobbins, F. C. 

Bower, J no. C. 

Sruill, Frank. 

Cole, John W. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 

Eagle Lumber Co. 

Thompson's Sons, C. M. 

3IARBLE WORKS. 

Hege, H. J. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 

McCrary, R. L. 

Grouse, Geo. W. 

PAINTERS. 

McCrary, Frank. 

PRODUCE. 

Finch, B. H. 

PLUMBERS. 

Home Plumbing Co. 

Sheets, T. M., & Co. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Dunwick & Bussey. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Lexington Leader — T. L. Moore, Edi- 
tor. 

Dispatch — H. B. Varner, Editor. 

Southern Good Roads — H. B. Var- 
ner, Editor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Finch, S. W. 

Shemwell, Dermott. 

Davidson Insurance & Trust Co. 

Walser, J. G., Land Co. 

Hub Land Co. 

Park Land Co. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 

Ward, E. M. 

Thompson, C. M. 

Eagle Lumber Co. 

TAILORS. 

Bender, E. M. 

Spanola, F. 

Rothrock & Upchurch. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

McCrary, J. W. 

Davidson Furniture Co. 

Lexington House Furnishing Co. 
WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

McCrary, Frank. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Elk Furniture Co. (Chamber Suits.) 

Dixie Furniture Co. (Chamber 
Suits). 

Lexington Upholstering Co., (Uphol- 
stering Goods). 

Peacock-Couch Co. (Couches.) 

Spencer Furniture Co. 

American Furniture Co. 

Rothrock & Weaver (Wagons). 



THOMASVILIxE. 

Incorporated in 1855. 
Population, 1910, 3.S27. 



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DAVIDSON COUNTY. 



Value of real estate and personal 
property, $S90,S63. 

Tax Rate, 80c. on the $100; poll, 
?2.00. 

Bonded indebtedness less than $4,- 
000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. O. Burton. 

Chief of Police— L. H. Hilton. 

City Clerks— C. C. Moore and D. R. 
Connell. 

Postmaster — C. M. Hoover. 

Treasurer — J. C. Green. 

R. R. Agents— C. C. Pritehard. South- 
ern Railway; W. J. Talley, Piedmont 
Railway Co. 

Telegraph Managers — H. G. Trolin- 
ger. Western Union ; C. N. Foust, Pos- 
tal-Cable Telegraph Co. 

Manager Telephone — J. F. Hayden. 
Thomasville Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — Parker Holmes, A. K. 
Bed. Pastors. 

Baptist— T. S. Crutehfiold, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — Edward Suits, 
Pastor. 

Reformed Church — Clarence Woods, 
Pastor. 

North Thomasville Methodist — A. R. 
Bell, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — W. B. Mcllwine, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Thomasville Graded School — J. N. 
Hauss, Principal. 

Thomasville Baptist Orphanage. 

President Board of Trustees— F. P. 
Hobgood. 

Secretary Board of Trustees — Thos. 
Carrick. 

General Manager — M. L. Kestler. 

Treasurer — S. H. Averitt. 

Lady Manager — Miss Bulalia Turner. 

Principal of School — Miss Annie Ed- 
wards. 

Number of Children now in Orphan- 
age, 412. 

Matrons and Teachers, 27. 

Manager Shoe Department — Venable 
Wilson. 

Manager Printing Department — C. 
M. Howell. 

Manager of Truck Farm — B. F. 
F. Crutchfield. 

Manager of Wood-working Depart- 
ment — Mark Stone. 

Stenographer and Bookkeeper — Miss 
Sallie McCrackin. 

Manager of Laundry Department — 
Miss Godwin. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

The Bank of Thomasville — T. L. 
Armfleld, President: Zeb Griffith, 
Cashier. 

The First National Bank — C. F. 
Lambeth, President; A. H. Ragan, 
Cashier. 



BARBERS. 

Hooks, C. C. 
Ensley, Lee. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Ritchie, M. L. 
Cecil, P. S. 
White, D. P. 
White, Wilson. 
Valentine, J. T. 
Seagraves, Eugene. 
Montgomery, Pickett. 
Council, A. W. 
Hampton, M. K. 

DOCTORS. 
Julian, C. A. 
McManus, C. E. 
Peacock, J. W. 
Atkins, C. J. 
Rothrock, J. M. 
Mock, J. H. 
Easley, P. S. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Corner Drug Store. 
Thomasville Drug Co. 
Harville Drug Co. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Star Furniture Co. 
Myres-Green Furniture Co. 

FERTILIZER DEALERS. 
Harris, T. F., & Son. 
Elliott, L. W. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Morris, J. M., & Son. 
Elliott, L. W. 
Moore, Bros. 
Stone Co. 
Dorsett. E. H. 
Cox, C. M., & Co. 
Myers-Green Furniture Co. 
Star Furniture Co. 
Fife, E. C. 
Suit, Mrs. W. A. 
Kinnev, J. C & Co. 
Harrison, T. F.. & Son. 
Tomlinson, T. H. 
Vatz. Joe. 
Mangum, Miss R. L. 

GROCERS. 
Johnson, C. E. 
Cornell, D. R. 
Harris. W. C. 
Prevo, J. W. 
Beck & Hall. 
Turner. C. M. 
Spoolman. J. W. 
Foster & Small. 
High Point Grocery Co. 
Loner. D. A. 

CLUBS. 
Tliomasville Shooting Club. 
Cerlar Lodge. 

Davidson County Shooting Club. 
Rich Fork Shooting Club. 
Stonewall Club. 
Farris. N. 
Silliman. A. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Lane, J. F.. Co. 



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HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Mock Hotel. 
Thomasville Hotel. 
Wyche, Mrs. J. E. 
Thompson, Mrs. G. A. 
Moffltt, Mrs. D. C. 
Kanoy, S. L. 
Burgiu Co. 

Peoples Mercantile Co. 
Sugar Bros. 
Votz, Joe. 

MEAT MARKETS. 

City Market. 
Beck Market. 
May Market. 
Spoolman Market. 
Bird Market. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Peoples B. & L. Association. 
LAWYERS. 

Martin, L. A. 

Parham, B. W. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Fousts, A. A. 

Boggs, L. A. 

Lambeth, D. T. 

Taylor, J. D. 

Wagner, B. B. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

The Davidsonian — L. A. Martin, 
Editor. 

Charity and Children — A. Johnson, 
Editor. 

The Times — J. F. Westmoreland, 
Editor. 

PLUMBERS. 

Rapp, Henry. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Armfleld & Myers. 
Citizens Insurance & Realty Co. 
Mutual Benefit Ins. Co. 
Southern Life Ins. Co. 

RESTAURANTS. 

Thomasville Cafe. 
City Cafe. 

SHOEMAKERS. 

Sugg, M. L. 
Catus, R. E. 
Thompson, F. M. 

TINNERS. 
Fowler, J. W. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Green, J. C. 
Myers-Green Furnishing Co. 

WOOD AND COAL DEALERS. 
Bishop, M. E., & Son. 
Turner, Curtiss. 
Rothrock, M. R. 
Boyles, J. W. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Standard Chair Co. 
Thomasville Chair Co. 
Thomasville Spoke Works. 



Thomasville Picker Stick Co. 
Amazon Cotton Mills. 
Bard Lumber Manufacturing Co. 
Lee Manufacturing Co. 
Thomasville Furniture Co. 
Thomasville Veneer- Pannel Co. 
Queen Chair Co. 
Lambeth Furniture Co. 
Cramer Furniture Go. 
Jewell Cotton Mills. 
Southern Norfolk Junction Planing 
Mills Co. 

Catus Shoe & Bicycle Shop. 
Stokes-Everhart Machine Co. 
Thomasville Bottling Co. 
Johnson Manufacturing Co. 
Thomasville Light & Power 
Thomasville Roller Mill. 
Thomasville Brick Works. 
Glenn Anna Milling Co. 
Gray Concrete Works. 
Denton Lumber Co. 



Co. 



YADKIN COLLEGE. 

Incorporated in 1863. 
Population, 250. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — Ed. L. Greene. 
Treasurer — J. T. Williamson, Sr. 
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. 

BOOT 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. 

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. 



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DAVIE COUNTY. 



DAVIE COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, MOCKSVILLE. 



Population: (Census 1910). 13,394. 

Formed in 1,837. Named in honor of Gen. Wm. R. Davie. 

Area, 500 square miles. 

Value of real estate, SI, 642,428 : value of personal propertv, S1.471.5S0. 
Property listed in 1909. by whites, .$3,099,878; by negroes, $46,905. 
No. of Schools: For whites, 39; for negroes, 11. 

Tax Kate: County purposes, 13 2-3c. on the $100; poor. 4c; 38c. on the 
poll; roads and bridges, 6c.; special, S l-3c. County bonded debt, $28,000. 
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 Company, 17.68 miles, assessed 



value 

Southern P.ell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value. 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 

Mocksville Telephone Company, assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value '. 

Superior Court Terms: Spring term begins on the 4th Monday 



555.00 
320.00 

290,663.55 

1,635.40 

1,635.40 

900.00 

1,404.10 

after the 



1st Monday in March, (two weeks) ; fall term 
the 1st Monday in September, (two weeks). 



begins on 4th Monday after 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— A. T. Grant, 
Mocksville. 

Sheriff— Jno. H. Sprinkle. Mocks- 
ville. 

Register of Deeds — J. F. Moore, 
Mocksville. 

Treasurer — T. C. Sheets, Advance, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Coroner — W. O. Foster. Mocksville. 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Surveyor — M. C. James, Mocksville, 
R. F. D. No. 5. 

Co. SuDt. of Health— M. D. Kim- 
hrough. M. D.. Mocksville. 

Co. Sunt, of Schools— E. P. Bradley. 
Mocksville. 

Supt. of Coiinty Home — H. C. .Tones, 
Mocksville, R. F. D. No. 5. 

Co. Board of Education — T B. 
Bailev. Chairman: A. W. Ellis. R. A. 
Woodruff. 

County Commissioners — C. Y. Bailey, 

(chrm.).: J. M. Cain. B. F. Stonestreet. 
Mor-ksville. 

County Board of Elections — Jacob 
Stewart. Chairman : J. G. Peebles, T. 
N. Chaffin. Mocksville. 

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: 
Tohn M. Blount. Cooleemee; 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. 

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. Chaffin, 
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: .T. B. 
Smith, Sr., Mocksville, R. F. D. No. 
3; W. F. Merrell, Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Farmington — R. D. Griffin, Farin- 
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. G. Wetmore, Prin- 
cipal. 

Fork Church— W. L. Merrell, Prin- 
cipal. 

Cana — L. S. Shomack, Principal, 
Cana. 



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PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Bverly, Baxter, Cooleemee. 

Martiu, J. F., Advance, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Watkins, Thos. T., Advance. 

Johnson, W. C, Farmington. 

Griffith, Mr., Farrainsrton. 

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. 

Tomliuson, 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 & Son, 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. 

Call, W. C, 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. 

Knrfees, 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 & Wall, Cooleemee. 

Lefler & Foster, Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Wall O. C. Co., Cooleemee. 

Erwin Cotton Mills, Cooleemee. 
FLOCK, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Cooleemee, Horn-Johnson Co., 
Mocksville. 

Bailey & Bailey, Advance. 

Davis Bros., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Pool, Jas., Cana. 

Ellis, A. W. Farmington. 

Crotts, J. M., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Allen, W. G., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Stroud, Jas., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Ketchie, W. R., & Son., Mocksville, 
R. F. D. No. 5. 

SAW MILLS. 

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. 

Lefler & Foster, Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Davis & Sons, Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Seaford Bros., Mocksville. 

Sparkes, J. L., Mocksville. R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

PCBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Jones, Virgil, Advance, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Henley, W. P.. Farrninarton. 

Cathorn, S. R., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Alston, Miss Susan, Mocksville, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Hodges, J. D., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Cobb, J. T., Cooleemee. 

Tatnm, Miss Rose, Cooleemee. 

Lefler, Miss Lena, Cooleemee. 

Palmer, Miss G. C., Advance. 

Granger. Miss Alma, Mocksville, F. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Hudson, Miss M. E., Bixby. 

Brown. Miss Clavton, Mocksville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Hanes, Miss Blanche, Mocksville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Abernathy, Miss F. T., Mocksville, 
R. F. D. No. 5. 

Meroney. Miss Sophia, Cana. 

Hudspeth, Lawrence, Cana. 

Johnson, F. G., Calahaln. 

Brown, Miss Lena, Cana. 

Allen, O. G., Advance, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Haneline. Miss Luna, Cherry Grove. 

Brown, Miss Clayton, Strouds. 

Hanes, Miss Blanche, Davie Acad- 
emy. 

Hendrix, Miss Sallie, Davie Acad- 
emy. 



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DAVIE COUNTY. 



Abernathy, Miss Frances, Center. 
Woniack, S. L., Cana. 
Foster, Miss Cora, White's. 
Johnson, Mr., Cheshire. 
Booe, Miss Effle, Chestnut Grove. 
Brown, Miss Lena, Anderson's. 
Allen, W. B., Smith Grove. 
Butner, Miss Mattie, Beaucharnps. 
Allen, O. G., Sheeks. 
James, Virgil, Bethlehem. 
Bowden, J. M., Yadkin Valley. 
Bowden, Frank, Jamestown. 
Henley, W. P. Farmington. 
Helms, Miss Eunice, Farmington. 
Abernathy, Miss Dora, Farmington. 
Latham, S. R., Pino. 
Granger. Miss Alma, Roekv Dale. 
Hendrix, D. P., Smithfleld. 
Mason, W. D., Hairstons. 
Grouse, Miss Delia, Peebles. 
Merrell, W. F., Fork Church. 
Stephens, Miss Ruby, Fork Church. 
Penry, A. C, Greenwood. 
Ellis, Miss Lizzie, Jerusalem. 
Alston. Miss Susie, Cherry Hill. 
Hodges, J. D., Concord. 
Martin, Miss Lelia, Turrentine's. 
Brown, Miss Viola, Liberty. 
Groves, Miss Annie, Cooleemee. 
Tatum, Miss Pattie, Cooleemee. 
Allen, Miss Mattie, Cooleemee. 
Moore, Miss Susan, Jericho. 
Eaton, Chas., Holman's. 
Sain, Mrs. Daisy, Oak Grove. 
Miller, Miss Sarah, Bethel. 
Thomson, Mrs. Chas., Advance. 
Kirkpatrick, Miss Elizabeth, Ad- 
vance. 
Atkinson, Miss Effle, Howards. 
Hudson. Miss Mary E., Baltimore. 
Orrell, Miss Carrie, Mocksville. 
Holder, Miss Lydia, Dulins. 



MOCKSVILI/E. 

Population, 1909, 1,500. No. white 
polls, 224; No. colored noils. 26.- 

Value real estate, $222,461 ; value 
personal propertv, $193,22(5; tax rate. 
75 cents on the $100; $2.25 on the 
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. Bailev. 

City Supt. of Health— M. D. Kim- 
brough. 

Postmaster — B. O. Morris. 

R. R. Agent — G. A. Allison, South- 
ern Railway. 

Express Agent — G. A. Allison, South- 
ern Express Co. 

TelegTaph Manager — G. A. Allison. 

Telephone Manager — L. G. 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— H. F. 
Sanders, Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Swicegood Hotel. 

Holmau, Mrs. Kate. 

Blackwood, Mrs. W. S. 

Drummers' Home. 

Myers, C. C. 

Sprinkle, Mrs. G. H. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

The Bank of Davie — W. A. Bailey, 
President ; J. T. Byerly, Cashier. 
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 IN 
CATTLE. 

Leonard & Ellis. 

Willson. R. L. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'R'S. 

Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Daniel Bro. 

Meroney, P. L. 

Rollins, R. H. 

Whitly & Byerly. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Caudle, John. 

Mickev. W. S. 

Graves, W. H. 
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Horne-Johnston Co. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 

Baity, J. T. 

Clement, J. L. 

Bailey & Martin. 

DENTISTS. 

Anderson. R. P. 

Taylor, A. Z. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Mocksville Drug Co. 

DOCTORS. 

Kimbrousfh, M. D. 

Rodwell, J. W. 

Martin, W. C. 

Clement, B. C. 
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 

Baity, J. T. 

Clement. J. L. 

Bailey & Martin. 

Green, J. P. 

Rollins, R. H. 

Casey & Stonestreet. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 

Daniel Bros. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Sanford. C. C, Sons & Co. 

Green, J. P. 



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FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 
Mocksville Furniture Co. 
Mocksville Chair Co. 

GROCERS. 
Mocksville Wholesale Grocery Co. 
Hunt. Jr., B. E. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Hunt, E. E. 
Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Chaffln, 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. 
Chaffln, T. N. 
Morris, E. H. 

LUMBER M'F'R'S Ss DEALERS. 
Sheek, J. L. 
Kincaid Bros. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 
Hunt, E. E. 
Grant, A. T. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Hunt, E .E. 
Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 

PAINTERS. 
Powell, J. T. 
Smith, B. I. 
Smith. J. H. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Whitley & Byerly. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Fraley, R. E. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Davie Record— C. F. Stroud, Edi- 
tor. 

Mocksville Herald— W. E. Clark, 
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. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Kincaid Bros. (Doors, Sash, Blinds, 
etc.) 
Cain, P. B. (Brick). 



ADVANCE. 

Incorporated in 1S95. Population, 
1909: White, 250; colored, 50; total, 
300. 

Value real estate, $50,000; value 
personal property, $50,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. F. Smithdeal. 

Postmaster — L. A. Bailey. 

R. R. Agent — Alex. Kimbrough. 

Manager Telegraph — Alex. Kim- 
brough. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — Rev. Mr. Davis, Pastor. 

Methodist — L. L. Smith, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

High School — Miss Lula Hendris, 
Principal. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Wood & Mock. 

Jones, J. W. 

Crews, Lee. 

Bailey & Bailey. 

Smithdeal, H .L. 

Thompson, C. L. 

Foster & Myers. 

Hege, Mrs. 

Jones, Mrs. J. W. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Jones, J. W. 



DUPLIN COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, KENANSVILLE. 



Population: (Census 1910), 25,442. 

Formed in 1849. Named in honor of Lord Duplin. 

Area, 670 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $2,742,233; value personal property, $1,851,498. 
Property listed in 1909, by whites, $4,330,778 ; by negroes, $262,953. 
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 Company, assessed value $ 1,400.00 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 36.96 miles, assessed value 1,0S3,148.65 

The Pullman Company, assessed value 6,010.92 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 3,418.80 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 14,505.83 

Teachey's Dell Telephone Company, assessed value 710.00 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 5,643.00 

Hallsville Telephone Company, assessed value 450.00 

Rose Hill Telephone Company, assessed value 3,000.00 

Armour Car Lines Company, assessed value 8,866.00 



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DUPLIN COUNTY. 



Superior Court Terms: February 20th (two weeks) ; July 3rd (one week), 
criminal only; August 28th (two weeks), civil only; November 20th (two 
weeks). 



COCNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— D. H. Wallace, 

Kenansville. 

Sheriff — G. G. Best. Kenansville. 

Register of Deeds — J. J. Bowden, 
Kenansville. 

Treasurer — Jacob O. Carr, Kenans- 
ville. 

Coroner — B. F. Smith. Leon. 

Surveyor — L. H. Sanderson, Halls- 
ville. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. T. O. Cop- 
pedge, Kenansville. 

Supt. of Schools — W. H. Wooten, 
Magnolia. 

'Supt. County Home — A. C. Strick- 
land. Kenansville. 

Co. Board of Education — L. A. 
Beasley (chrm.). Kenansville: W. R. 
Newbury. Magnolia ; M. F. West- 
brook, Leon. 

County Commissioners — D. J. Wil- 
liams. Wallace; W. J. Grady. Albert- 
son ; Robert James. Chinquapin. 

County Board of Eleetions — D. S. 
Hines, (chrm.), Kenansville; T. J. 
Kelly, Kenansville; Mord Taylor, 
Magnolia. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Warsaw Townshin — W. R. Black- 
more, Warsaw; J. H. Fonvielle, War- 
saw; L. MirMleton. Warsaw. 

Faison — Thomas Perrett. Faison ; W, 
J. Gates. Faison ; B. F. Hicks. Ca- 
lypso; S. A. Bowden. Calypso; J. L. 
Dickson, Calypso; J. C. Pridgen, War- 
saw. 

Wolfscrape — Lawton Gutlaw, Mt. 
Olive; Kirby Dail, Mt. Olive; Henry 
Roberts, Mt. Olive. 

Glisson — P. L. Kornegav. Kenans- 
ville: J. W. Waters. Mt. Olive; J. D. 
Kornegay. Alvin ; R. D. Komegay, 
Kenansville. 

'Smiths— E. B. Bishop. Hallsville; 
Lonnie Smith. Leon; A. A. Quinn, 
Kenansville. 

Alltertson — W. G. Kornegay, Alvin : 
E. P. Foard, Albertson : B. T. Out- 
law. Seven Springs. 

Eimestone — F. L. Potter. Hallsville ; 
Kit R. Hunter, Hallsville: S. W. 
Gresham, Beulaville: H. S. Thomas, 
Beulaville; W. A. Sanderson, Hallsville. 

Cypress Creek — R. W. Sloan, Chin- 
quapin: L .T. Fountain. Chinquapin;; 
0. J. Hunter, Chinquapin ; R. N. Cole, 
Chinquapin. 

Island Creek — James D. Teachey, 
Teacheys; W. S. Teachey, Wallace; 
D. E. Boney, Wallace. 

Roekfish— D. H. Williams, Wallace; 



J. T. Turner. Wallace; D. Stokes 
Williams, Wallace; T. L. Johnson, 
Rose Hill ; W. B. Register, Rose 
Hill; C. C. James, Rose Hill. 

Rose Hill — I. P. Alderman, Rose 
Hill; L. H. Bradshaw, Rose Hill; W. 
G. Fussell, Rose Hill; A. S. Benton, 
Rose Hill. 

Magnolia — M. J. Carlton, Magnolia; 
George Edwards, Magnolia; L. F. 
Byrd. Magnolia. 

Kenansville — A. F. Williams, Ken- 
ansville; Henry Dail, Kenansville; G. 
W. Carroll, Magnolia. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Early. B. G., Beulaville. 
Ezzell, C. W., Wallace. 
Wallace, T. F., Branches Store. 
.Tones, G. W., Kenansville. 
Jones. J., Kenansville. 
Kennedy, G. W., Cabin. 
Kennedy, R. C, Cabin. 
Wbaley, H. J., Cabin. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Landin, F. F., Chinquapin. 
Kennedy, G. W.. Beulaville. 
Maxwell, J. F., Resaca. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Parker. G. B. D.. Chinquapin. 
Hussev. C. E., Chinquapin. 
Teachey, C. C, & Son, Rose Hill. 
Cameron, D. A.. Calypso. 
Albritton Bros., Calypso. 
Orady, 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. 
Mareadv. J. B., Chinquapin. 
Pierce, T. B., Warsaw. 

Jovner. Mr., Mt. Olive. 
Sholar, S. 3. L., Sloan. 
Register, J. L., Rose Hill. 
Roland Lumber Co., Bowden. 
Brown, W. R., Sloan. 

Teachey, J. A.. Rose Hill. 
Quinn, A. A., Kenansville. 
Cottle, J. L.. Chinquapin. 
Fountain, P. T.. Chinquapin. 
Outlaw. J. L.. Mt. Olive. 
Maxwell, G. M., Resaca. 
Cooper & Moore, Warsaw. 
COTTON GINS. 

Byrd & Albritton. Calypso. 
Sutton, Ed., Calypso. 

Wilkinson, Scott, Calypso. 
Oliver, J. B., Mt. Olive. 
Bland. C. W., Faison. 
Parker, G. B. D., Chinquapin. 
Quinn, O. W.. Beulaville. 



DUPLIN COUNTY. 



1ST 



Garner, Daniel. Mt. Olive. 
Waller, S. M., Branches Store. 
Grady, J. McR., Albertson. 
Raekley, A. C, Rose Hill. 

SAW MILLS. 
Sandlin, L. W., Beulaville. 
Williams, Ashley, Beaularille. 
•Tames, J. L., Sloan. 
Parker, G. B. D., Chinquapin. 
Lanier, A. L., Hallsville. 
Lanier, Dennis, Chinquapin. 
Cottle, Jerre, Wallace. 
Reaves, Wilson. Mt. Olive. 
Waller, S. M., Branches Store. 
Grady, J. McR., Albertson. 
Smith, Ralph, Leon. 
Southerland, C. J.. Kenan sville. 
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..Bowdcn. 
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. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Williams. P. M., Calypso. 
Spencer. Prof.. Faison. 
Tart. B. I., Warsaw. 
Tvler. .T. M., Masrnolia. 
Maxwell. H. C, Rose Hill. 
Shaw, P. E.. Teacheys. 
Williams. M. M., Wallace. 
Mayo. Miss Frances. Beulahville. 
Loftin. Miss Maria, Bowden. 
Carlton, Miss Maggie, Warsaw. 



KENANSVILTjE. 

Incorporated in 1S99. 

Population. 1009: white, 300; col- 
ored, 100: total. 400. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — H. D. Williams. 

Postmaster — Thad. Jones. 

Chief of Police — W. J. Southerland. 
MINISTERS ANI> CHURCHES. 

Methodist — Rev. Lowder, Kenans- 
ville, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — J. E. L. Winecoff, 
Kenansville, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

James Sprunt Institute fPresby- 
terian Female College) — J. E. L. Wine- 
coff. President. 

Grove Academy — ("Methodist school 



for boys) — Horace Stuart, Principal. 
DOCTORS. 
Coppedge, T. O. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Coppedge, T. O. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Wallace, B. 
Cooper, W. B. 
Southerland, C. J. 
Southerland, J. N., & Sou. 

LAWYERS. 
Beasley, L. A. 
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 1855. 

Population. 1909: White, 400; col- 
oi ed, 300; total, 700. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
ertv, ifl4S,000. 

Tax Rate: 20c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — George Edwards. 

Postmaster — H. 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 — J. H. Booth, Pastor. 

Universalist — Thos. Chaplan, Pastor 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Public School— M. H. Wooten, Prin- 
cipal. 

DOCTORS. 

Carr, R. L. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Magnolia Drug 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. 

Newburv 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). 



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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, $32S,770 ; value 
personal porperty, $167,926. 

Tax Rate, 33 l-3c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — R. D. Johnson. 

Postmaster — J. B. Winders. 

Chief of Police — Geo. Blackburn. 

R. R. Agent — B. C. Vick, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — E. J. Harrell, Pastor. 

Methodist — J. M. Lowder, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — P. C. Clark, Pastor. 

Episcopal — W. R. Noe, Rector. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Warsaw Graded and High School — 
B. I. Tart, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Warsaw — H. L. Stevens, 
President ; H. F. I'eirce. Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Stokes, W. F. 

Williams, J. M. 

DENTISTS. 

Herring, J. C. D. 

Bovette, Frank. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Warsaw Drug Co. 

LAWYERS. 

Stevens, H. L. 

Johnson & Johnson. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Herring & Hobbs. 

Murray, M. T. 

Middleton, F. G. 

Williams, S. W. 

Cox, J. B. 

Fonveille, J. H. 

Warsaw Hardware Co. 

Hines, S. E. 

Johnson, J. Walter. 

Slossberg, L.. & Bro. 

Frederick, John. 

Best, L. P. 

Thornton, W. C. 

Southerland. F. M. 

Wilson, J. P. 

Tucker, J. W. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Owen, H. G. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Warsaw Inn. 

West Hotel. 

Blanchard, Mrs. Harriett. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Chambers, C. D. 

Hollingsworth, W. L. 

Best, R. H. (Sales). 

Farrior, P. L. (Sales). 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Blackmore, R. W. 

Bass, J. W. R. 

Wheless, J. M. 



FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Sandliu Bros. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Wilson, J. P. 
Brown, C. J. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Warsaw Manufacturing Co. 
Newcomb, A. W. (Turning Factory, 
Sash, Doors, Blinds). 
Vernona Lumber Co. 
Warsaw Crate & Basket Factory. 
Warsaw Tobacco Warehouse. 
Tucker, J. W. (Machine Shops). 
Warsaw Lumber Company. 
Sandlin, R. J. 

Pierce, J. H., Lumber Company. 
Pope, H. J,. Lumber Company. 



WALLACE. 

Population, 1909: White, 425;; col- 
ored, 75 ; total, 500. 

Value real estate, $90,295; value per- 
sonal property, $87,095.54. 

Tax Rate: 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. (Wholesale) . 
Duplin Grocery Co. (Wholesale). 
Hall Mercantile Co. 
Carr & Wells. 
Z. J. Carter & Son. 
Boney Co. (The). 
Mann & Pifford. 
Bonev, Jno. B. 
Sheffield. R. T. 
Powell Hardware Co. 
Sheffield, J. W. 
Hussey, F. G. 
Cooper & Williams. 
Powell, M. O., & Bro. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
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LIVERY STABLES. 

Carter & Brice (Sales). 
W. D. Wells (Sales). 
DENTISTS. 
Sloan, C. S. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
McGowen & Carr. 

LAWYERS. 
Ward, Geo. R. 
Powers, A. K. 
Powers, J. A. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Cumberland Lumber Co. 
Norfolk Lumber Co. 
Boney, G. L. 



FAISON. 

Incorporated in 1871. 
Population, 1909: Whites, 300; col- 
ored, 100; total, 400. 

Value real estate, $135,000; 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 
Const Line. 

Manager Telegraph — I. W. Lane, 
Western Union. 

TELEPHONE COMPANIES. 
Consolidated Telephone Co., Inc. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Presbyterian — Peter Mclntyre, Pas- 
tor. 

Methodist— E. E. Rose, Pastor. 
Baptist — W. B. Rivenbark, Pastor. 
Episcopal — Edward Wooten, Rector. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Faison Male Academy. 
Presbyterian High School. 
Graded School. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Faison — C. S. Hines, Presi- 
dent ; M. McD. Williams, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Lane. .Tno. L. 
Seawell, V. N. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Faison Drug Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Williams, M. McD. 
Perrett.Thos. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE.. 
Hines, C. S., & Bro. 
Southerland, C. T., & Co. 
Faison & Pierce. 
Taylor & Thompson. 
Presise, H. C. 
Southerland. R. B. 
Clifton, N. D. 
Gibson, Mrs. Z. A., & Co. (Millinery). 

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. 
Southerland, W., & Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Bland, C. W. (Modern Cotton Gin). 
Mallard, J. W. (Saw Mill and Crate 
Factory). 
Lee, L. (Saw Mill). 

ROSE HILdD. 
Incorporated in 1901. 
Population, 1909: Whites, 300; col- 
ored, 50; total, 350. 

Value real estate, $107,426.98; value 
personal property, $50,000.37. 
Tax Rate, 20c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — T. Kilpatrick. 
Postmaster — Henry Fussell, Jr. 
Chief of Police — J. McD. Rochell. 
R. R. Agent— J. T. Vick, 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 School — Miss Ethel 
Moore, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Rose Hill — Chas. N. Evans, 
President ; W. B. Southerland, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Hatcher. T. R. 

DENTISTS. 
Hawes, I. L. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Hatcher, T. R. 

GENERAL 3IERCHANDISE. 
Henderson, W. D., & Co. 
Parker & Bland. 
Teachev, The, Co. 
Teaehey, C. C, & Sons. 
Fussell, J. D. 
Scott, I. C. 

Carr, Mrs. A. F. (Millinery). 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Overbrook Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Byrd. W. L., & Co. 
Fussell, Oscar. 
Kilpatrick, A. M. 
Scott, I. C. 

FERTILIZER DEALERS. 
Parker & Bland. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Blizzard, J. F. (Fire, Accident, 
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MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Atlantic Coffin & Casket Co. 
Fussell, Jesse (Saw Mill, Planing 
Mill, Cotton Gin and Grist Mill). 
Fussell & Boney (Saw Mill). 
.Tones, W. H. (Turning Works). 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

McMillan, H. D. 
McMillan, J. C, Jr. 
McMillan, J. C, Sr. 
Cottle. B. H. 
Fussell, B. F. 



TEACHEYS ' CONTBAC TORS AND BUILDERS. 

Incorporated in 1899. "" Bland, A. F. 

Population, 1909: Whites, 150. HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Value real estate, $56,230 ; value per- Hotel Rex. 



McLutyre (Boarding House). 
LIVERY STABLES. 

Teaehey's Livery & Feed Stables. 



sonal property, $17,642. 

Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Po S 7m7s5r-:T M C M McMillan, Sr. 

Chief of Police — D. C. Bland. Southerland & Newton Mfg. Co. 

R. R. Agent— Mrs. S. M. Justice, At- Southerland, Q. G. (Saw Mill) . 

lantic Coast Line. Carr, S. C. (Saw Mill). 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. Teachey, John, & Bro. (Saw Mill). 

Baptist— B. F. DeLoatch, W. B. Bradham, J. L. 

Rivenbark, Pastors. Rocktish Lumber Go. (Saw Mill). 

Presbyterian— L. E. Wells. Pastor. Boney, E. (Saw Mill, Grist Mill and 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. Cotton Gin). 

Teaehey's State High School— P. E. i Fussell, B. F. (Crate Factory). 

Shaw. Principal. Brown. D. E. (Saw Mill). 



DURHAM COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, DURHAM. 



Population: (Census 1910), 35,276. 

Formed in 1881. Named in honor of Dr. Bart Durham. 

Area, 234 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $9,615,937; value of personal property, $10,798,434. 

Property listed in 1910, by whites, $19,794,446; by negroes, $619,925. 

No. of Schools: For whites 28; for negroes, 16. 

Tax Rate: Couuty purposes, 13 2-3c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 
16 2-3c. ; special, 10c. ; State, 25c. ; schools, 18c. 

Bonded debt, $180,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 550; 95 macadamized. Worked by taxation. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Railway Company, 11.18 miles, assessed value $325,706.25 

North Carolina Railroad Company, 16.22 miles, assessed value 759.455.30 

Durham and Southern Railroad. 8.1S miles, assessed value 67,230.03 

Sealioard Air Line Railway, 10.39 miles, assessed value 20S.334.8S 

Durham and South Carolina Railroad, 9.25 miles, assessed value. . 46,189.48 

Norfolk and Western Railway, 19.50 miles, assessed value 33S.56S.75 

The Pullman Company, assessed value 2,870.94 

Southern Cotton Oil Company, assessed value 5,100.00 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 6.055.9S 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 6,901.12 

Durham Traction Company, assessed value 200,000.00 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value. . 3,826.00 

Southside Telephone Company, assessed value 1,920.00 

North Carolina Telephone Company, assessed value 54S.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 1,334.60 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 1,285.00 

Interstate Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 70.000.00 

Superior Court Terms: January 9th (one weekl, criminal; January 23rd 
(two weeks), civil; March 20th (two weeks), civil; May 15th (one week), 
criminal; August 2Sth (one week), criminal; October 2nd (two weeks) civil; 
December 4th (one week), criminal. 



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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. 

Co. Supt. of Health — N. M. Johnson, 
Durham. 

Co. Supt of Schools — C. W. Massey, 
Durham. 

Supt. of County Home — W. T. Man- 
gum, Durham. 

Co. Board of Education — J. W. Urn- 
stead, Willardsvllle ; G. P. Stallings, 
Durham ; R. P. Reade. Durham. 

Co. Board of Eies-tions — 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 ; I. J. Cos, Dur- 
ham ; D. G. O'Neal, West Durham ; J. 
T. Morton, East Durham ; L. W. 
Highsmith, Durham ; John Tilley, 
Durham ; J. C. Wrenn, Durham. 

Lebanon- W. S. Terry, Sr., Dur- 
ham, R. F. D.; J. N. S. Latta, Dur- 
ham, R. F. D. ; S. H. Flintom, Dur- 
ham, R. F. D. 

Patterson — A. M. MorinEr, Durham, 
R. F. D. ; J. A. Booth, Durham, R. F. 
D. ; J. W. Cannady, Durham, R. F. D. 

Oak Grove— A. M. Hall, Nelson ; W. 
W. May, Nelson ; J. W. Rogers, Nel- 
son. * 

Mangum — D. D. Harris. Rougemont; 
E. H. Veasey. Rougemont ; P. A. 
Flintom, Rougemont. 

Cedar Fork — Geo. Barbee, Durham, 
R.F.D. ; F. A. Edwards, Durham, R. F. 
D. ; C. B. Green, Durham, R. F. D. 
MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Methodist— J. B. Thompson, Dur- 
ham ; P. H. Massey, Durham. 

Baptist — W. E. Dunuegan, West 
Durham; J. A. Hackney, Durham; J. 
M. Arnette, Durham. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Ward, M. P., Gorman. 

Holt, D. M., Willardville. 

Lvoii, E. H. 
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. 

Ligeon, 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. 

Man gum, S., Morrisville. 
FLOUK, CORN AND FEED MILES. 

Tilley, Cassum, Durham. 

Christian Mill, Durham. 

Patterson Mill, .Durham. 

Picket Mill, Durham. 

SAW MILES. 

Chatham Lumber Co., East Durham. 

Carrington Lumber Co., East Dur- 
ham. 

Hancock, John, Chapel Hill. 

Barbee, Jack, Durham, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Fowler, Joe, Chapel Hill, R. F. D. 

Sears Bros., Durham. 

Markham Bros., Durham. 

Barbee Bros., Durham, R. F. D. 

Barbee. W. L., West Durham. 

McGvauham 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. 

Hargrave, Mrs. L. L., West Durham, 
R. F. D. 

Satterthwaite, Miss Katherine, East 
Durham, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Wescott, Miss Laura C, Durham. 

Royall, Miss Evelyn, Durham. 

Suitt, Mrs. S. M., Durham, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Latta, Miss Lola, West Durham, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

White, Miss Lillian, West Durham. 

Brown, Miss Annie, West Durham. 

Garrad, Miss Lorens, Bahama. 

Nixon, Joe R., Bahama. 

Taylor, B. T., Stem. 

Neal, Miss Eva, Durham, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Herndon, Miss Corrinna, Durham, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Vickers, Miss Sallie, Durham, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Thompson, Miss Ida, Stagville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Holloway, Miss Lilly, Gorman, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Belvin, Miss Prudence, Bahama. 

Young, Miss Lela D., East Durham. 

Barbee, Miss Bettie, Durham. 

Pigg, Miss Nannie, Nelson. 

Horton, Miss Lola, Durham. 

Blue, Miss Flora, Durham. 

Green. Miss Vergie, Durham, R. F. 
D. No. 7. 

Lindsey, Miss Katie, Durham. 



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Bragg, Miss Rulah, Durham. 

Bale, Miss Lily, Bahama, R. F. D„ 
No. 2. 

Crews, Miss Eunice, Stem, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Umstead, Miss Nell D., Rougemout, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Ilammett, Miss Carrie, Durham. 

Mann, Miss Annie Lee, Durham. 

Hall, Miss Willie T., Durham. 

Owens, Miss Annie J., Durham. 

Lowery, Miss Anne L., Durham. 

Mann, Mrs. B. N., Durham. 

Brown, Miss Grace, Durham. 

Satterthwaite, Miss Maude, Durham. 

Sanford, Miss Sue, Durham. 

Husketh, S. J., Durham, R. P. D. 
No. 3. 

Sultt, S. M., Durham, R. F. D. No. 1 

Weatherly, A. C, Gorman, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Carrenrer, A. M., Durham. 

Massey. J. B. T., Durham, R. F. 1). 
No. 4. 

Bailey, Miss Loula. Gorman, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Bullard, Mrs. N. Louise, Durham. 

Flintom, Miss Nannie, Durham. 

Thomas, Miss Sallie, Durham. 

Clement, Miss Annie, West Durham. 

Owen. Miss Hattie, West Durham. 

Sawyer, Miss Lida. West Durham. 

Michaels. Miss Matilda, Durham. 

Shields, Miss Madge, Durham. 

Moring, Miss Lida, Durham. 

Suitt. Mrs. D. W., Durham. 

Faucett, Miss Julia W., Durham. 

Lyon, Miss Lorena E., Durham. 



DURHAM. 

Incorporated in 1869. 

Population, 1910, 24,000. 

No. white polls, 1,867; No. colored 
polls, 780. 

Value real estate. $6.441.045 ; value 
personal property, $10,816,293. 

Tax Rate: $1.17 on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $511,000. 

Floating debt, $179,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. J. Griswold. 

Chief of Police — J. F. Freeland. 

City Clerk — George W. Woodward. 

Treasurer — T. M. Stenhens. 

Tax Collector— J. R. Patton. 

Standard-Keeper— Geo Booth. 

City Attorney — Sidney Chambers. 

City Sunt, of Health— T. A. Mann. 

Postmaster — J. A. Giles. 

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- 
eycutt. 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- 
son, Postal. 

Telephone Manager — W. W. Shaw, 
Interstate Telephone & Tel. Co. 
MINISTERS AND 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. Phillip's), S. S. Post, 
Rector; Thos. L. Trott, Rector. 

Methodist — (Memorial), M. Brad- 
shaw, Pastor; (Mangum Street), H. 
E. Spence, Pastor; (Trinity), G. T. 
Adams, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — (First), E. R. Ley- 
burn, Pastor. 

Catholic — (St. Mary Immaculate), 
William F. O'Brien. Pastor. 
COLLEGES. 
Trinity College Faeuli,. 

WILLIAM PRESTON FEW, Presi- 
dent and Professor of English ; A. B., 
Wofford ; Ph. D., Harvard. 

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., 
Trinitv. 

WILLIAM IVEY CRANFORD, Dean, 
Carr Professor of Philosophy, A. B., 
Trinity; Ph. D.. Yale. 

ARTHUR HERBERT MERRITT, 
Professor of Greek, A. B., Wesleyan ; 
Leipsic, 1894-5. 

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., Columbia. 

WILLIAM FRANCIS GILL, Profes- 
sor of Latin, A. B., Trinitv; Johns 
Hopkins, 1894-8. 

ALBERT MICAJAH 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. 



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J. C. KILGO, Avera Professor of 
Bibilical Literature; A. M., Wofford ; 
D. D., Wofford and Randolph-Macon ; 
L.L. D., Tulane; Bishop M. E. Church, 
South. 

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. 

R. G. ANDERSON, Iowa State Col- 
lege, A. B., L.L. B. ; Professor of Law. 

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., Trinity; Columbia. 1906-9. 

FRANK CLYDE BROWN, Profes- 
sor of English, A. B., University of 
Nashville ; A. M., Ph. D., University 
of Chicago. 

A. L. McCOBB, A. M., Harvard; A. 
B., Bowdoin ; Assistant Professor in 
Mondern Languages. 

ARTHUR MATHEWS GATES, As- 
sistant Professor in Latin. A. B., A. 
M., Wesleyan 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. A., 
Trinitv. . 

GILMER SILER. Instructor in 
Mathematics. A. B.. Trinitv. 

FRANK NICHOLAS EGERTON. 
JR., Insrtuctor in Physics, A. B., 
Trinity. 

R. N. WILSON. A. B., Howerford ; 
A. M., Harvard ; Assistant Professor 
in Chemistry. 

MILO EBER PEARSON. Instructor 
in English, A. B., Nebraska Wesleyan 
University. 

CLAUDE FLOWERS, Instructor in 
English, A. B., Trinity. 

WALTER SAMUEL LOCKIIART, 
Instructor in English, A. B., A. M., 
Trinity. 

ROBERT CALMAN GOLDSTEIN, 
Instructor in English. A. B., Trinitv. 

DALLAS WALTON NEWSOM. Reg- 
istrar and Treasurer. A. B.. Trinitv. 

JOSEPH PENN BREEDLOVE, 'Li- 
brarian, A. B., A. M., Trinity. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Southern Conservatory of Music — 
Gilmore W. Bryant, Director. 
Trinity Park School— S. B. Under- 
wood : A. B., Trinity. Headmaster. 

City Higrh School— E. J. Green, Prin. 



Fuller School — C. H. Jenkins, Prin. 

Edgemont School — W. M. Upchurch, 
Principal. 

Morehead School — W. C. Rankin, 
Principal. 

North Durham School — J. H. Man- 
ning, Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Corcoran Hotel. 

Murray Hotel. 

Church Street Hotel. 

Durham Boarding House. 

Hopkins House. 

i'earby House. 

Central Hotel. 

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. 

Farmers and Mechanics Bank (Col.) 
— John Merrick, President ; G. W. 
Adams, Cashier. 

BAKERS. 

Paschall, M. J. 

Whit mo re, J. L. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Man gum. Bart W. 

Morton & Massev. 

Whitfield, C. P.' 

Cheek & Belvin. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Pridgen & Jones. 

Burch & Gorman. 

Perrv. Horton & Co. 

Bellamy. R. L. 

BOOK STORES. 

Durham Book & Stationery Co. 

Trinity College Book-Room. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Durham Building and Loan Ass"n. 

Peoples Perpetual Building and 
Loan Ass'n. 

Royal Knights Building and L <an 
Ass'n. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Bowen, A. L. 

Parrish, P. J. 

Sherdierd, 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. 



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COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 


Umstead, Riley & Co. 


Perry, S. R. 


Umstead, A. K. 


Thompson, E. E. 


Pope, Carriugton & Pollard. 


Tyree, B. L. 


Umstead & Carrington. 


COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 


DRUGGISTS. 


Golden Belt Mfg. Co. 


Avent's Pharmacy. 


Durham Hosiery Mills. 


Blacknall, R., & Son. 


Durham Hosiery Mills No. 2. 


Five Points Drug Co. 


Pearl Cotton Mills. 


Haywood & Boone. 


Erwin Cotton Mills. 


King, C. E., & Sons. 


Commonwealth Mfg. Co. 


Lee, Allen. 


CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 


Mabry, W. A. 


Marathon Candy Kitchen. 


Main Street Pharmacy. 


Whitmore, H. J. 


Michael's Pharmacy. 


Durham Candy Kitchen. 


Rexall Pharmacy. 


Boston Candy Kitchen. 


Vaughan, P. W. 


CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 


Yearby, W. M. 


Underwood, N. 


DOCTORS. 


Christian, J. T. 


Adams, C. A. 


Houston, B. R. 


Bitting, N. D. 


Bowling, S. 


Bodie, N. P. 


Smith. Herbert L. 


Bowling, E. H. 


Salmon, J. T. 


Brooks, B. U. 


Salmon, W. A. 


Cheatham, A. 


Pettigrew, W. J. 


Felts, R. L. 


Wilkerson, O. F. 


Graham, Joseph. 


Stone. C. H. 


Graham, W. A. 


COAL, AND WOOD DEALERS. 


Hicks & Hicks. 


Beal, George H. 


N. M. Johnson. 


Wall, W. L. 


Jourdan, A. C. 


Tally. J. R. 


Mann, T. A. 


Unistead, J. N., & Son. 


Booker, Dr. 


Durham Coal, Wood and Lumber 


Manning, J. M. 


Company. 


Moore, R. A. 


Mason, Oeorge N. 


Woodard. C. A. 


BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS. 


Tucker, A. R. (Osteopath). 


Merchants' Association — P. W. 


Olive, Wade. 


Vaughan, President. 


Maynard, Dr. 


CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 


DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 


FURNISHERS. 


Alcocks, W. W. & Sons. 


Lambe, T. J., & Sons. 


Council, Mrs. Dora. * 


Slater, W. A., Co. 


Ellis. Stone & Co. 


Sneed, Markham, Taylor Co. 


Emperial, The 


Bane, S. 


Enoch, B. 


Haskell, M. 


< iladstein. 


Hockfleld, S. H. 


Kadis, C. Z. 


Lipson. S. 


Kendall. C. W. 


Switzer. M. 


Kronheimer, B. F. 


Wilson, A. 


Land. A. 


DEPARTMENT STORES. 


New York Stock Co. 


Rawls, Q. E., & Son. 


Rawls, Q. E. 

Robbins Dry Goods Co. 


Kronheimers. B. F., & Co. 


DENTISTS. 


Tonkell. A. 


Johnson, .T. C. 


GROCERS. 


Norris. C. P. 


Abelkop, Harris. 


Shackleford, E. W. 


Adcock, W. F. 


Satterfleld, H. E. 


Andrews, J. C. 


Reade, A. P. 


Baldwin, Mrs. Pattie C. 


Hutchinson, C. L. 


Barbee. W. F., & Son. 


MrCracken. J. T. 


Barbee & Ellitt. 


Edwards. L. N. 


Bell. J. L. 


Can-, G. A. 


Berman. S. 


Carr, I. N. 


Bloom, H. 


TOBACCO DEALERS. 


P.owen, J. T. 


American Tobacco Co. 


Brady, H. 


Venable Tobacco Co. 


Broadwell, R. J. 


Durham Tobacco Storage and In- 


Brogden & Beasley. 


spection Co. 


Bullock Grocery Co. 


Warren & Mangum. 


Brooks. G. W. 



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Burnett, I. A., & Son. 


FRUIT DEALERS. 


Burns, J. H. 


Chandler Produce Co. 


Cardeb, J. C. 


Slade-Perry Co. 


Carlton, F. M. 


FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 


Carpenter Bros. 


Rigsbee, A. M., & Sons. 


Cash, S. H. 


Rogers, J., & Co. 


Chappell, B. J. 


Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. 


-Cobb, D. M. 


FLORISTS. 


Wood Bros. 


Roll, Fred. 


Cohen. A. 


Hibberd, R. 


Copley, S. T. 


FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 


Corbett, J. F. 


Addison, T. A. 


Couch, N. E. 


Bumpass, E. N. 


Dixon Bros. 


Green, J. B. 


Dunnegan, A. B. 


Hamlin, L. D. 


Edwards, H. F. 


Herndon, C. M. 


Edwards, J. D. 


Ingram, W. S. 


earner & Frazier. 


Wilson & Patterson. 


Greenberg, M. 


FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 


Gunter, E. T. 


Durham Iron Works. 


Hall, J. M. 


North Side Foundry Co. 


Hockfield, M. 


Kerr, J. T. 


Hoper, C. S., Co. 


FURNITURE DEALERS. 


Hunty-Blakley & King. 


Christian & Harward. 


Jourdau, C. E. 


Clark & Bryan. 


Land, A. 


Eubanks, D. A. 


Lawson, J. J. 


Miller, H. W. 


Levy, S. 


Model Furniture House. 


Markham, Stephens Co. 


Rogers, L. D. 


Matthews, W. M. 


Royall & Borden Co. 


May & Page. 


Herring & Flliott. 


Morris, R. H. 


Hesse, J. A., & Sons. 


Owens, J. E. 


Holland Bros. 


Patterson Bros. Co. 


Home Furniture Co. 


Penny, E. G. 


HARDWARE DEALERS. 


Perry, Wood & Co. 


Public Hardware Co. 


Pope, G. M. 


Lloyd, A. E. & Co. 


Rigsbee, S. F., & Son. 


Pollard Bros. 


Rochelle, J. A. 


Taylor & Phipps. 


Rochelle, L. 


HOSPITALS. 


Rogers, J. D. 


Watts Hospital. 


Rogers, J. T., & Co. 


Lincoln Hospital (col.) 


Schwartz, B. 


INSURANCE AGENTS. 


Seigel, L. 


Sparger & Umstead (Life). 


Silver, H. 


Southgate, J., & Son (Fire). 


Silver, J. 


Durham Loan & Trust Co. (Fire 


Singleton, W. B. 


and Life). 


Smith, W. M. 


Fulford, W. A. (Life and Fire). 


Sorrell & Stone. 


Griswald Insurance & Real Estate 


Stanley, J. R. 


Co. (Life and Fire). 


Stephens, T. M., & Co. 


Dunn, W. B. (Life). 


Teer, A. 


Lee, R. N. (Life). 


Tingen, B. 


Ogburn, F. A. (Life). 


Wilkerson, J. L. 


Anderson, T. J. (Life). 


Zukerman, Mrs. Gussie. 


JEWELERS. 


Zukerman, Max. 


Jones & Frazier. 


Woody, J. P. 


Loeffler, J. G. 


Allen-Owen Co., (Wholesale). 


Snider-Umstead Co. 


Hewitt, W. A. (Wholesale). 


Wright, J. M. 


Pope, J. T. (Wholesale). 


LAUNDRIES. 


Slade-Perry & Co. (Wholesale). 


Durham Steam Laundry. 


Southern Pure Food Co. (Whole- 


Model Steam Laundry. 


sale). 


Union Steam Laundry. 


Thomas- White Co., (Wholesale). 


LAWYERS. 


Thompson, E. E. (Wholesale). 
Tyree, The B. L., Co. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 


Branham & Brawley. 
Pegram, J. Ed. 
Bryant & Brogden. 


Durham Light and Power Co. 


Chambers, S. C. 


Durham Traction Company. 


Cothran, J. F. 



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Everett, R. O. 

Fuller, F. L. 

Reade, R. P. 

Sykes, R. H. 

Cilos, J. A. 

Graham & Graham. 

Guthrie & Guthrie. 

Hill. E. .T. 

Hobgood, A. S. 

Holton, S. M. 

Lovenstein, B. 

Foushee & Foushee. 

Mason, W. W. 

Moore, A. M. 

Scarlette, Charles. 

Skinner, B. S. 

Sorrell, D. W. 

Tomlinson, Lawrence. 

Morehead, .T. L. 

Gladstone, D. 

Tilley, A. A. 

Wissburg. A. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S'. AND DEALERS. 

Cary Lumber Co. 

Hutchins Lumber Co. 

Carrington Lumber Co. 

Chatham Lumber Co. 

MARBLE WORKS. 

Durham Marble Works. 

Sharpe, T. O., & Co. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. . 

Harris Mfg. Co. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Daily Sun — Mr. Moore. Editor. 

Morning Herald — Jos. H. King, Edi- 
tor. 

N. C. Journal of Education — E. C. 
Brooks. Editor. 

Literary Post— T. H. Lindsay, Edi- 
tor. 

Recorder — Zeb. P. Council, Editor. 

South Atlantic Quarterly— W. P. 
Few and W. H. Glasson, Editors. 

Trinity Archive — M. A. Briggs, Edi- 
tor. 

Trinity Chronicle — E. W. Knight, 
Editor. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Tavlor & Phipps. 

Lloyd, A. E. 

Public Hardware Co. 

Beard. M. O. 

Long, E. J. 

PAINTERS. 

Garden, H. L. 

Peyton, Gates. 

Hi n ton. W. A. 

Moore, T. F. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 

Draughorn, A. J., & Co. 
PLUMBERS. 

Slade, S. M. 

Durham Plumbing Co. 

Richardson. L. C. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 

Cable Co. 

Murray. W. R., Co. 

Stieff Co. 



PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Holliday, Walter. 

Hitchcock's Studio. 

Johnson, Miss Katie L. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 

Christian, J. T. Press (The). 

Council, Z. P. 

Morris, R. L. 

Seeinan Printery. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Duke Land & Improvement Co. 

Durham Loan & Trust Co. 

Edwards, C. D. 

Fulford, W. A. 

Griswold Insurance and Real Estate 
Co. 

Real Estate Exchange & Trust Co. 

Scoggins, T. H. 

Walker, J. B., & Sod. 

Clements Land Co. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 

W. L. Wall. 

TAILORS. 

Bon-Ton Tailors. 

Crabtree. W. C. 

Kellerman, Franfc. 

Levy, D. W. 

Markhnm-Harris Co. 

Mesley, J. S. 

North State Tailors. 

Peace. Samuel H. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Hall & Wynn. 

Howerton. R. T. & Son. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

Herndon, W. R. 

Petty, J. W. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Holman, W. H. 
Interior Decorating Co. 
Long. E. J. 
Tomlinson, Williard C. 

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). 

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). 

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Durham Marble Works. 
Cary Lumber Co. 
Durham Lumber Co. 
Chatham Lumber Co. 
Durham Buggy Co. 
Virginia-Carolina Chemical 
(Fertilizer). 



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Durham Vehicle & Harness Co. 
Carrolina Roller Mills (Flour and 
Meal). 

Vickory, A. W., & Co. (Spoke & 
Handle Factory). 
Durham Mattress Works. 



EDGECOMBE COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, TARBORO. 

Population: (Census 1910), 32,010. 

Formed in 1734. Named in honor of Earl of Edgecombe. 

Area: 515 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $4,171,961 ; value of personal property, .$2,645,690. 

Property listed in 1910, by whites, $6,377,177; by negroes, $440,474. 

Tax Bate: County purposes, 23 2-3c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 26c. 

County bonded debt, $3,000. 

Public Koads: No. miles, estimated 700. Worked by taxation. 

No. of Schools : For whites, 40 ; for negroes, 35. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 43.83 miles, assessed value $1,2S4.4S0.66 

Pullman Company, assessed value 6,327.75 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 5,719.27 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 29,185.32 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 9,177.00 

East Carolina Railway, 18.00 miles, assessed value 4S,879.54 

Tar River Oil Company, assessed value 4.200.00 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value . . . 14,950.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 3,780.80 

Southern Railway — tolling stock, assessed value 40,328.00 

Superior Court Terms: 0th March (one week), civil cases; 3rd April (two 
weeks), civil cases; 5th June (two weeks), criminal and civil; 11th Septem- 
ber (.one week), civil cases; 30th October (two weeks), civil. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — A. T. Walstou, 
Tarboro. 

Sheriff— (Not elected). 

Register of Deeds — H. S. Bunu, Tar- 
boro. 

Treasurer — B. F. Eagles, Maccles- 
field, R. F. D. 

Coroner — B. F. Dawson, Tarboro. 

Surveyor — J. R. Pender, Tarboro. 

Co. Supt. of Health — S. P. Bass, 
Tarboro. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— W. H. M. Pitt- 
man, Tarboro. 

Supt. of County Home — W. T. Gor- 
ham, Tarboro. 

Co. Board of Education — C. A. 
Johnson, (chrm.), Tarboro; W. W. 
Vicks, Battleboro ; John Mayo, 
Bethel. 

County Commissioners — Claude Wil- 
son, (chrm.), Tarboro; W. D. Rutlin, 
Whitakers; W. L. Dunn, Pinetops ; 
Lam Lawrence, Tarboro ; John J. 
Torne, Rocky Mount. 

County Board of Elections — P. .C. 
Vestal, Rocky Mount; B. F. Eaglea, 
Macclesfield, R. F. D. ; J. R. Gaskill, 
Tarboro. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

F. H. Pender, Tarboro ; Joshua 



Rouse, Conetoe; V. B. Knight, Speed; 
T. E. Mayo, Bethel; M. P. Edwards, 
Speed ; E. C. Womack, Leggetts ; 
Arthur Anderson, Whitakers ; H. L. 
Speight, Battleboro ; W. G. Harrell, Old 
Sparta ; W. W. Eagles, Macclesfield ; 
J. S. Howard, Macclesfield; D. 
Pinetops; J. H. Thorp, Rocky Mount; 

E. L. Daughtridge, Rocky Mount; 
John 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. 
Anderson, J. H., Tarboro, R. F. D. 
Wooten, A. M. Pinetops. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Pittman, Rowland, Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Pittman, O. L., Whitakers, R. F. D. 

Lancaster, W. D., Battleboro, R. 
F. D. 

Lancaster, M. L., Rocky Mount, 
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CORN MILLS. 

Edmondson, L. H., Tarboro, R. F. D. 
Williams, Latham, Tarboro, R.F. D. 
Stallings, W. L., Tarboro. 
Bryan, Hugh, Battleboro. 
Taylor, Jones, Bethel. R. P. D. 
COTTON GINS. 

Hart, L. V., Tarboro. 

Bryan. Mrs. B. J., Battleboro. 

Daughtridge, E. L., Rocky Mount. 

Smithson, M. H, Battleboro. 

Redmond & Redmond, Tarboro, R. 
F. D. 

Mayo, R. H., Bethel, R. F. D. 

Webb, II. W., Macclesfield. 

Tavlor, B. H, Bethel, R. F. D. 

Mayo. C. M., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Worsley, Arnold. Conetoe. 

Proctor, D., Rocky Mount. 

Howard, J. T., Conetoe. 

Howard, George, Tarboro. 

Odom, J. D., Rocky Mount. 

Whitehurst, W. E., Conetoe. 

Cobb, Job, Tarboro. 

Eagles, B. P., Macclesfield. 

Davis, J. A., Tarboro, R. P. D. No. 2. 

Mercer, Dr. W 7 . P., Elm City. 

Womble, C. D.. Elm City. 

Hart, R. G., Rocky Mount, R. F. D. 

Pitt, M. B., Tarboro. R. F. D. 

Bellamy, C. B., Speed. 

Bryan, Grav, Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Howell, B. B., Tarboro. 

Hicks. T. H, Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Howell. F. A., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Lawrence, R. C, Hobgood. 

Sherrud & Bryan, Battleboro. 

Webb, H. W., Macclesfield. 

Lancaster, Mrs. M. D., Rocky ML. 
R. F. D. 

Planters' Cotton & Oil Co., Rocky 
Mount. 

Shelton, H. H, Conetoe. 

Cos, Gen. W. R., Penelo. 

Carr, Mrs. Elias. Macclesfield. 

Dupree, Mrs. J. R., Tarboro. 

Knight, Mrs. W. T., Tarboro. 

Mercer. Mrs. W. R., Tarboro. 

Sherrod, J. W., & Brothers, Ham- 
ilton. 

Webb, J. D., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Gorham, Frank, Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Pinetops Sash & Blind Factory, 
Pinetops. 

Battle, Judge Jacob, Rocky Mount, 
R. F. D. 

Bradley, J. B., & Son, Rocky Mt., 
R. F. D. 

Braswell, M. C, Battleboro. 

Brown, W T alter, Rocky Mount. 

Norfleet, Dzeola, Tarboro. 

Killebrew, W. H, Rocky Mount, R. 
F. D. 

Thorne, J. J., Rocky Mount. 

Pitt, E. L., St. Lewis. 

Varnell, James. Macclesfield. 

Batchelor. A. J., Sharpsburg. 

Davenport, W. J., Speed. 

Long, Mrs. M. E., Speed. 



Speed Milling Co., Speed. 

Anderson, J. H, Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Andrews, W. H, Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Johnston. Henry, Tarboro. 

Baker, J. M., Tarboro. 

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. Wm., Rocky Mount. 

Wiggins, L. A., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Cummings. W. H, Tarboro. 

Page, W. E., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Edwards, M. P., Speed. 

Farrar, Mrs. R. I., Tarboro. 

Fountain, Theo., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Robbins, J. H, SharpsTmrg. 

Sherrod. J. M., WhitaKers. 

Hart. M. A., Tarboro. 

Satterwaite, J. R., Tarboro (Estate). 

Gardner, B. S., Pinetops. R. F. D. 

Anderson. A., Whitakers. 

Savage, T. F., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Knight, E. C, Mildred. 

Keech, Mrs. B. J., Tarboro. R. F. D. 

Lawrence, Lam, Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Hart & Oates, 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. 

Pbilips. Fred.. Tarboro. 

Parks. C. M., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Bradley, J. B., & Son, Rocky 
Mount. 



Powell, Mrs. J. C. 
Shackleford, J. F. 
Stallings, W. L., 
Staton. Mrs. Lucv 
Tar River Oil Co. 
Edmondson, L. H 
Winsrins. F. L., T 
Bradley, M. C. W 
Ruffin & Gustin, 
F. D. 



Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Tarooro, R. F. D. 
Tarboro, R. F. D. 
, Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Tarboro, R. F. D. 
, Tarboro, R. P. D. 
arboro, R. F. D. 
hitakers. R. F. D. 

Rocky Mount, R. 



Denton, Frank, Whitakers, R. F. D. 

Braswell, W. T., Whitakers, R. F. D. 

Draughan, L. L., W r hitakers, R. F. D. 

Macclesfield Co., Pinetops. 

Etheridge, J. R., Whitakers. 

Gammons, George R., W'hitakers, R. 
F. D. (Estate). 

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, R. F. D. 

Bellamy, S. C, Enfield. 

Mavo. N. J., & Bro., Coakley. 

Cherry, J. L., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Mavo. N. J., Speed. 

Weeks, E. C, W 7 hitakers, R. F. D. 

Philips. Riley, Pinetops. 

Corbet & Moore, Macclesfield. 

Fountain & Fountain, Leggetts. 



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Bullock & Battle, Rocky Mount, R, 
F. D. 
Gammons, Roland, Whitakers. 
Austin, C. C, Tarboro. 
Wiggins, J. H., Tarboro. R. F. D. 
Knight, Mrs. M. T., Tarboro, R. 
R. D. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Johnson, J. W., Whitakers, R. F. D. 
Crisp, Thomas, Mildred. 

COTTON MILLS. 
Fountain Cotton Mills, Tarboro. 
Tarboro Cotton Mills, Tarboro. 
COTTON SEED OIL, MILLS. 

Tar River Oil Co., 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. 

Gammons, Roland R., Whitakers, R. 
F. D. 

Stalling, W. L. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Boyce, Miss S. Irma. Tarboro. 

Cahal, Mrs. Nellie L., Conetoe. 

Whiehard, Miss Minnie, Bethel, R 
F. D. No. 2. 

Davenport, ' Mrs. T. M., Bethel, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Mayo, Miss Elizabeth, T.irboro, R 
F. D. No. 1. 

Bridgers, W. A., Speed. 

Edmondson, Miss Helen, Speed. 

Harper, Miss Nannie, Speed. 

Savage, Miss Alma, Speed. 

Pittman, Miss Margaret, Maccles- 
field, R. F. D. 

Corbett, Miss Nina, Whitakers, R 
F. D. No. 1. 

Moseley, Mrs. R. 10., Tarboro, R. F 
D. No. 4. 

Pittman, Miss Mary, Whitakers, R 
F. D. No. 1. 

Bradley, Miss Margie, Whitakers, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Willis. Miss Emma, Whitakers, R 
F. D. No. 4. 

Ruffin, Miss Mamie, Battleboro, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Ruffin, Miss Mamie, Macclesfield, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

R. L. Pittman, Battleboro. 

McWhorter, Miss Winnie, Battleboro. 

Tyler, Miss Annie May, Battleboro. 

Harris, Miss Susie S., Macclesfield, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Martin, Miss Marion, Tarboro, K. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Cobb, Miss Margarette, Tarboro, R. 
F. D. 

Walston, Miss Mary L., Macclesfield, 
R. F. D. 

Moore, Miss Lucy, Fountain. 

Cobb, Miss Sallie, Macclesfield. 

Miller, H. C, Macclesfield. 

Moore, Miss Kate, Macclesfield. 



Moore, Miss Agnes, Macclesfield. 

Moore, Miss Leona, Pinetops, R. F, 
D. No. 1. 

Crisp, Miss Annie, Pinetops. 

Sugg, Miss Mattie, Pinetops. 

Foxall, Miss Susie B., Tarboro, R 
D. No. 3. 

Duggin, Mrs. Florence, Rocky 
Mount. 

Johnson, Miss Ina H., Rocky Mount 
R. F. D. No. 6. 

Proctor, Miss Lena, Rocky Mount 
R. F. D. No. 0. 

Thomas, Miss Maude, Rocky Mount 
R. F. D. No. 5. 

Arlington, Miss Pattie, Rocky 
Mount, R. F. D. No. 6. 

Cobb, Miss Mallie, Elm City, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Haggins, Miss Mary, Rocky Mount, 
R. F. D. No. 6. 

Dunford, Miss Ruth, Rockv Mount, 
R. F. D. 

Chapman, Miss Helen, Conetoe, R. 
F. D. 

Harper, Miss Nannie, Speed, R.F.D, 

Savage, Miss Alma, Speed, R. F. D. 

Ives, Claude, Tarboro, R. F. D. No. 4. 

Pittman, Miss Maud, Whitakers, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Corbett, Miss Emma, Tarboro, R. 
F. D. 

Strickland, Miss Mary, Macclesfield, 
R. F. D. 

Trevathan, Miss Maud, Macclesfield, 
R. F. D. 

Hill, Miss Emma, Macclesfield, R 
F. D. 

Bullock, Miss Mamie, Rocky Mount, 
R. F. D. 



TARBORO. 

Population, 1909. 4.300. No. white 
polls, 369; No. colored polls, 185. 

Value real estate, $1,056,975; value 
personal property, $832,844. 

Tax Rate: $1.00 on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $79,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Paul Jones. 

Chief of Police— F. P. Pulley. 

City Clerk— J. A. Weddell. 

Treasurer — J. A. Weddell. 

Tax Collector— 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— David Denson 
Western Union. 

Telephone Manager — C. P. McClure, 
Carolina Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — A. V. Joyner, Pastor. 

Episcopal — B. E. Brown, Rector. 

Methodist— E. H. McWhorter, Pas- 
tor. 



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Presbyterian — J. E. Ballou, Pastor 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Tarboro Public Schools (Special 

Charter). 
High School— W. H. M. Pittman, 
Superintendent; R. M. Davis, Princi- 
pal. 

Runnymede Sciiool — Mrs. D. G. Gil- 
lespie, Principal. 

Bunn School — Miss Ballard, Prin- 
cipal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Tarboro — J. F. Shackle- 
ford, President; L. V. Hart, Cashier. 
First National Bank — H. C. 
Bridgers, President; H. H. Taylor, 
Cashier. 

Pamlico Banking & Insurance Co. — ■ 
H. L. Staton, President; A. M. Curtis, 
Cashier. 

Farmers' Banking & Trust Co.— 
George A. Holderness, President; E. 
A. Pennington, Cashier. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS 
Edgecombe Homestead & Loan As> 
sociation. 

Tarboro Building & Loan Asseci." 
tion. 

BOOK STORES. 
Clayton, C. F. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 
Johnson, S. S. 
Jones & Rollins. 
Andrews, W. H. 
Harris, G. H. 
Turner & Little. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'RS. 
Enterprise Carriage Co. 
Hussey, M. L. 
Hyatts, John B. 

CLUBS. 
Hillside Country Club. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Murphy, Jenkins & Co. 
Hearne, J. L. 
Petus, R. B. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
Fountain Cotton Mills. 
Tarboro Cotton Mills. 
Runnymede Mills. 
Tarboro Knitting Mills. 
Wilson & Dawson Knitting Mills, 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Liles-Ruffln Co. 
Keech, C. B., & Co. 
Liclitenstein, D., Co. 
Dancy. C. 
Cummings, D. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 
Wagner, D. D. 
Howard, Geo. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Hyatt, R. B. 
Bryan, H. T. 
Murphy-Jenkins & Co. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
Tarboro Chamber of Commerce- 



Geo. Howard, President; J. A. Weu 
dell, Secretary. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Arnheim, W. M. 
Rosenbloom & Levy. 
Zander, J. 
-Miller, E. 
Saied, J. 
Saied, E. 

Benjamin, W., & Sons. 
DENTISTS. 
Williams, Don. 
Whitehead, C. A. 
Weeks, G. E. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 
Tarboro House. 
Vines House. 
New Farrar. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Edgecombe Drug Co. 
Cooke, R. E. L. 
McNair Drug Co. 
Staton & Zoeller. 

DOCTORS. 
Baker, J. M. 
Thigpen, W. J. 
Harrell, S. N. 
Jenkins, J. D. 
S. P. Bass. 
L. L. Staton. 
Green, W. W. 

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. 

Benjamin, W., & Sons. 
Rosenbaum & Levy. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES 
Tarboro Light & Power Co. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 
Constantine, N. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S 
Royster, F. S., Co. 

FLORISTS. 
Mehegan, Miss Erin. 
FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Johnson, S. S. 
Jones & Rollins. 
Andrews, W. H. 
Turner & Little. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 
Edgecombe Iron Works. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Simmons. W. L. & J. E. 
Carlyle, F. M. & S. Q. 
GROCERS. 
Peters, R. B. 
Lichtenstein. D. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Pender Hardware Co. 
Edgecombe Hardware Co. 
Austin, C. J. 

HOSPITALS. 
Pittman Sanatorium. 



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INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Weddell, John A. 
Forbes. J. W. 
Cotton, John W. 
Carter & Stallings. 

JEWELERS. 
Bell, J. H. 
Hulbronis, M. 

LAUNDRIES. 
Sing, Charles. 

LAWYERS. 
Gilliam, H. A. 
Phillips, H. H. 
Bridgers, H. C. 
Staton, H. L. 
Staton, M. C. 
Bridgers, John L. 
Gaskill, J. R. 
Pender, James. 
Fountain, G. M. T. 
Johnston, Henry. 
Howard, W. O. 
Norflefet, J. M. 
Liles, J. F. 
Allsbrook, R. B. 
Howard, W. Stamp. 
Jones, Carl. 
Bunn & Spruill. 
Bassett, L. V. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
Sugg Bros. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Pender Hardware Co. 
Austin, C. J. 

PAINTERS. 
Edwards, M. G. 
Brown, S. 
Brown, George. 

PLUMBERS. 
Sugg Bros. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Alley, S. R. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Southerner (Daily) — Frank Powell 
Editor. 

Southerner (Weekly) — Frank Powell 
Editor. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Clayton, C. F. 
McCabe, P. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Hyatt, R. B. 

TAILORS. 
Mertz, J. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Carlile, F. M. 
Hyatt, J. B. 

BAKERS. 
Liles-Ruffin Co. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Howard, Geo. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Tarboro Supply Co. 
Robeson Supply Co. 
Benjamin, W., & Son. 
Zander, J. A. 
Clark, W. S., & Son. 
Rosenbaum & Levy. 
Cherry, T. T. 



WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Staton & Zoellers. 

COTTON BUYERS. 

Hart & Smith. 
Nash, S. S. 
Shackelford, J. F. 

PEANUT BUYERS. 

Hart & Smith. 
Nash, S. S. 



BATTLiEBORO. 

Population, 1909: 300. 
No. white polls, 200 ; No. colored 
polls, 100. 

Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — J. B. Stokes. 
Chief of Police — A. L. Stewart. 
City Clerk— Geo. W. Strickland. 
Treasurer — H. B. Marriott. 
Tax Collector — A. T. Stewart. 
Postmaster — J. B. Stokes. 
R. R. 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 — J. W. Franck. Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADE3IIES. 
Battleboro High School. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 
Braswell, M. C. 

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. J., & Bro. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S 
Braswell, M. C. 
Williams, E. A. 
Hathaway, J. J., & Bro. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Braswell, M. C. 



WHITAKERS. 

Incorporated in 1872. 

Population, 1909: White, 600; col- 
ored, 266; total, 866. 

Value real estate, $200,000; value 
personal property, $130,000. 

Tax Rate: 21c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. White. 

Postmaster — O. S. Woody. 

Chief of Police— R. F. Weaver. 

R. R. Agent— J. P. Loftin. A. C. L 
Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — J. P. Loftin, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 



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MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— J. W. Fraiick, Pastor. 

Methodist Protsetant— C. L. Whita 
ker, Pastor. 

Primitive Baptist — A. J. Moore, Pas- 
tor. 

Disciple — J. W. Tyndal, Pastor. 

Baptist— J. L. Rodgers, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Wliitakers High School — John I. 
Singletarv, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Wliitakers— W. T. Braswell. 
President ; W. J. Taylor, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Braswell, J. C. 

Ray, J. C. 

Cobb, W. H. 

DENTISTS. 

Cutchin, R. S. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Wliitakers Pharmacy. 

GENERAL, MERCHANDISE. 

Bradley, R. A., & Bro. 

Tucker, G. F. 

Bond, W. H. 

Mann. O. D. 

Knisht, W. S 

Cutchin. J. S. 

Cutchin, F. H. 

Pittman & Pittman. 

Harris, Win. 

Woodard, Mrs. R. H. 

Dinton, Cicero. 

Cutchin. J. B. 

Moore, J. C, & Bros. Co. 

Vick, W. L. 

Browning, G. D. 

Moore. O. J., & Co. (Wholesale). 
HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Whitakers Hardware Co. 

Southern Hardware Mfg. Co. 
GROCERS. 

Whitakers Grocery Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES, 

Ethridse. Caleb. 

Woody, Mrs. O. S. 

Askew. J. D. 

Batts, Mrs. W. F. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Wbeeless. H. J. 

Marks, J. R. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Hearne Bros. & Co. (Coffins, caskets 
and dealers in funeral supplies.) 

Southern Hardware Mfg. Co. (Coffin 
and Caskets; Hardware — Wholesale 
exclusively). 

Winstend, R. W., (Rough and 
Dressed Lumber). 

Whitakers Oil Co. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— E. L. Pitt. 
Postmaster — W. L. Dunn. 
Chief of Police — R. R. Langley. 
R. R. Agent— J. V. Cobb, East Caro- 
lina Railroad. 

Manager Telegraph — J. V. Cobb, 
Western Union Telegraph & Cable Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist — H. E. Lance, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Pinetops High School — Miss Annie 
Crisp, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Pinetops Banking Company — H. C. 
Bridgers, President; J. V. Cobb, 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 
Wooten, A. M. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Dunn, W. L. 
Walston & Harrell. 
Cobb. J. E. & Co. 
Harrell & Norville. 
Phillips, W. E. 
Summerlin, V. B. 
Reason, W. L. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Stallings, Mrs. Sarah. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Summerlin. Geo. A. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Pinetops Sash & Blind Co. 
Pinetops Oil & Guano Co. 
Pinetops Brick & Tile Co. 



PINETOPS. 

Incorporated in 1903. 

Population, 1010: White, 180; col- 
ored, 29; total, 209. 

Value real estate. $35,S50; value per- 
sonal property, $24,500. 

Tax Rate: 25c. on the $100. 



SPEED. 

Population, 1909: White, 55; col- 
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. L 
Railway Co. 

Manager Telegraph — D. H. Parker, 
Western Union Telegraph 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. 
Hyman, Mrs. Dellar. 
Parker, A. J. 
Edmondson, A. M. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Hotel Thigpen. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Thigpen, C. B. 

COTTON GINS. 
Speed Milling Co. 

OIL MILLS. 
Speed Milling Co. 

SAW MILLS. 
Parker, A. J. 



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Parker, 



GRIST MILLS. 

A. J. 



col- 



MACCLESFIELD. 

Incorporated in 1901. 

Population, 1910: White, 375; 
ored, 80; total, 405. 

Value real estate, $44,6S5; value per- 
sonal property, $23,118. 

Tax Kate: 33 l-3c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— C. B. Walton. 

Postmaster — K. C. Lewis, 

Chief of Police— J. P. Felton. 

R. R. Agent— M. B. Bridgers. 

Manager Telegraph — M. B. Bridgers. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Christian — J. J. Walker. Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Macclesfield Graded High School — H. 
C. Miller, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 

Walton, C. B. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Walton, C. B. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Corbett & Moore. 

Harris, W. P. 

Pittman & Cobb. 

Webb & Webb. 

Harris, W. L. 

Felton. A. B. 

Macclesfield Supply Co. 

Winstead. J. T. 

Grav, Ellis & Son. 

Phillips Bros. & Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 

Walton. C. B. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Forbes, J. A. 



SAW MILLS. 

Corbitt & Moore. 
Kale, Thadeus. 

COTTON GINS. 
Corbitt & Moore. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Walton Brick Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Edwards, J. Walter. 



CONETOE. 

Incorporated in 1SS7. 
Population, 200. 
Tax Rate: 35c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — Joshua Rouse. 
Clerk— C. O. Clark. 
Treasurer — J. B. Warren. 
Tax Collector — Geo. Hodges. 
Chief of Police — George Hodges. 
Postmaster — J. E. Bulluck. 
R. R. Agent — S. L. Gardner. 
Express Agent — S. L. Gardner. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Everett. D. E. 

DOCTORS. 
Green, W. W. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Bullock, W. B. 
Dawson, Warren, & Co. 
Harrell, B. T., & Bro. 
Clark, J. H., & Son. 
Everett, E. A. 
Hardy, W. A. 



ROCKY MOUNT. 

Situated partly in Edgecombe and 
partly in Nash. For full information 
see Nash. 



FORSYTH COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, WINSTON-SALEM. 

Population: (Census 1010), 47,311. 

Formed in 1848. Named in honor of Col. Benj. Forsyth, of Germanton, 
Stokes County. 

Area, 340 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $7,475,182 ; value personal property, $8,S54.654. 

Property listed in 1910, by whites, $15.874.6S7 ; by negroes, $455,149. 

No. of Schools: For whites. SI; for negroes, 22. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 57c. on the $100; poor, 23 2-3c. ; roads and 
bridges, 33 1-3c; special, 20c. 

County bonded debt. $55,000. 

Public Roads: Worked by taxation; convicts used. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

North State Telephone Company, assessed value $ 122.00 

Muddy Creek Telephone Company, assessed value 144.00 

Good Will Telephone Company, assessed value 469.00 

Southern Railway. 36.71 miles, assessed value 1,060,470.00 

Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad, 10.77 miles, assessed value 107,676.62 

North Carolina Midland Railroad, 13.73 miles, assessed value 25,724.70 

Southern Power Company, assessed value 9,527.00 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 7,045.43 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 78,576.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 6,529.07 

Fries Manufacturing Company, assessed value 31, 6!):',. 00 

Kernersville Telephone Company, assessed value 900.00 



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Norfolk and Western Railway, 15.30 miles, assessed value 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 

Farmers Ouickstep Telephone Company, assessed value 

Midway Telephone Company, assessed value 

Rural Telephone Company, assessed value 

Pullman Company, assessed value 

Superior Court Terms: January 30th (one week), criminal cases only; 
B'ebruary 13th (two weeks), civil cases only; March 13th (two weeks), civil 
cases only; May 26th (two weeks), first week criminal, second week, civil; 
July 24th (one week), criminal cases only; September 11th (two weeks), 
civil cases only; October 9th (one week), criminal cases only; December 
■4th (two weeks), civil cases only. 



265,646.25 

1,124.02 

365.00 

220.00 

3,166.00 

2,354.10 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — R. E. Transou, 
Bethanla. 

Sheriff— Geo. W. Flynt, Winston. 

Register of Deeds — Henry W. Mas- 
ten, Winston. 

Treasurer — G. L. Beck — Winston. 

Coroner — W. N. Daltou, Winston. 

Surveyor — B. A. Conrad, Winston. 

Co. Supt. of Health — J. K. Pepper 
Winston. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— W. B. Speas, 
Winston. 

Supt. of County Home — G. L. Wag- 
oner, Winston. 

Co. Board of Education — J. F. Grif- 
fith, Winston ; E. W. Hauser, Beth- 
ania ; J. W. Pinnix, Kernersville. 

County Commissioners — G. A. Vance, 
(chrrn.), P. H. Haynes, V. O. Robin- 
son. 

County Board of Elections — Wm. T. 
Wilson (chrni.), Winston-Salem; Geo. 
H. Hauser, Winston ; M. E. Teague, 
Winston. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Abbott's Creek Township — Jno. A. 
Holder, Kernersville ; Levi Ring, Ker- 
nersville, R. F. D. ; Jno. Eagleson, 
Kernersville, R. F. D. ; O. E. Crews, 
Kernersville, R. F. D. 

Belews Creek — R. S. Linville, Ker- 
nersville ; J. W. Fare, Belews Creek ; A. 
W. Preston, Belews Creek ; R. N. Neal, 
Belews Creek, R. F. D. ; W. M. Vance, 
Belews Creek, R. F .D. 

Bethania — J. A. Summers, Rural 
Hall ; Jno. W. Anderson, Rural Hall ; 
R. O. Butner, Bethania; C. L. Holland, 
Winston-Salem, R. F. D. ; J. G. Clay- 
ton*, Rural Hall. 

Broad Bay — E. P. Heitman, Win- 
ston-Salem ; W. R. Rominger, Win- 
ston-Salem; J. P. Charles, Winston- 
Salem ; J. S. Hine, Winston-Salem ; E. 
E, Kinnie, Winston-Salem; J. H. 
Motsinger. 

Clemmonsville — Jno. J. McKenzie, 
Clemmons ; Jno. A. Sheek, Clemmons, 
R. F. D. ; T. W. Griffith, Clemmons; 
W. H. Davis, Clemmons ; Frank Cook, 
Clemmons; J. S. Phelps, Clemmons. 

Kernersville — J. M. Guyer, Kerners- 
ville; Thos. B. Wilson, Kernersville; 
Jesse W. Sapp, Kernersville; C. L. 
Linville. Kernersville. 



Lewisville — M. M. Reynolds, Winston- 
Salem, R. F. D. ; A. A. Styers, Clem- 
mons, R. F. D. ; J. H. Conrad, Lewis- 
ville; J. Walter Warner, Lewisville; 
J. R. Whitman, Lewisville. 

Middle Fork— Chas. M. Hauser, Win- 
ston-Salem, 11. F. D. ; E. W. Linville, 
Walkertown; L. M. Disher, Walker - 
town; C. W. Jones, Walkertown; Geo. 
W. Crews, Walkertown; R. L. Grubbs, 
Walkertown : W. P. Walker. Walker- 
town ; Marion Smith, Walkertown. 

Old Richmond— W. F. Sprinkle, To- 
baccoville, R. F. D. ; H. B. Holder, To- 
baceoville; C. E. Holder. Tobaccoville, 
R. F. D. ; C. F. Hauser, Tobaccoville, 
R. F. D. 

Old Town— J. H. Miller, Old Town ; 
J. H. Shamel, Winston-Salem, R. F. 
D.; J. E. Conrad, Winston-Salem, R. 
F. D. ; S. A. James, Old Town; C. E. 
Hine, Winston-Salem : W. E. Lasley, 
Winston-Salem. 

Salem Chapel— J. F. Grubbs, Win- 
ston-Salem, R. F. D.; James H. Mor- 
ris, Salem Chapel ; Fletcher Moir, Wal- 
kertown ; J. A. Marshall, Salem 
Chapel; S. M. Johnson, Salem Chapel; 
W. T. Bowman, Salem Chapel; L. B. 
Walker, Salem Chapel. 

South Fork — C. R. Snider, Winston- 
Salem. R. F. D. ; L. I. Conrad, Win- 
ston-Salem, R. F. D. ; William A. 
Crouse, Winston-Salem, R. F. D. ; J. 
A. N. Nifong, Winston-Salem, R. F. D. 

Vienna — R. C. Lineback, Winston- 
Salem, R. F. D. ; E .W. Hauser, Pfaff- 
town; J. S. Conrad, Pfaff town ; W. H. 
Goslin, Pfafftown. 

Winston — J. C. Bessent, Winston- 
Salem ; R. A. Jenkins, Winston- 
T. B. Douthit, Winston-Salem; H. W. 
Stanford, Winston-Salem; P. T. Leh- 
man, Winston-Salem; Z. T. Bynum, 
J. M. Robinson, Winston-Salem ; E. 
Curtis, Winston-Salem; Jno. G. 
Young, Winston-Salem; W. T. Carter, 
Winston-Salem; Jno. W. Swann, Win- 
ston-Salem- A. H. Galloway, Winston- 
Salem; A. J. Bennett, Winston-Salem; 
R. H. James, Winston-Salem ; J. O. 
White, Winston-Salem; R. H. Shelton, 
Winston-Salem; C. W. Snider, Win- 
ston-Salem ; Geo. W. Blum, Winston- 
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MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Christian— P. B. Abbott, Pfafftown ; 
Brantley Hendricks, Pfafftown ; J. P. 
BiHklev, Clemmons ; Jno. V. Warner, 
Clemmons; J. W. Wolfe, Rural Hall. 

Baptist — W. H. West, Kernersville ; 
J. T. Kirk, Lewisville. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Walkertown Public Schools — H. E. 
Riffsjs, 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. P., 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. 

ITine, F. T., Old Town. 

Spainhour & Flynn. Donnoha. 

Speas, J. W., Donnoha. 

Ward Bros. & Reed, Donnoha. 
FLOCR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Kapp & Miller. Rural Hall. 

Spach Bros. (Roller Mills), Winston. 

Lehman & Butner. (Roller Mill). 
Bethania. 

Sides, L. H. (Roller Mills), Clem- 
mons. 

SAW MILLS. 

Hauser. George H.. Bethania. 

Sprinkle Bros., Dosier. 

Leijrht Bros., Walkertown. 

Tucker Bros., Winston. 

Gun Veneer & Lumber Co., Rural 
Hall. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Linville, W. W.. Belews Creek. 

Carter. Miss Lula, Belews Creek. R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Carter, Miss Jessie, Belews Creek, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Meares. Miss Amelia, Bethania. 

Butner. Miss Bertha. Bethania. 

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. 



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. 

Warner, Miss Clara, Clemmons, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Holder, M. A., Clemmons, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Davis, P. D., Clemmons, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Blackburn, W. E., Clemmons, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Nelson, J. L., Clemmons, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Mullican, Miss Jennie, Clemmons, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Mullican, Miss Emma, Clemmons, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Davis, Miss Ella, East Bend. 

Wesner, R, F., Enterprise. 

Pinnix, J. W., Kernersville. 

Pinnix, Miss Maude, Kernersville. 

Morris. Miss Fleda, Kernersville. 

Shields. Miss Cora, Kernersville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Hedsjecock, V. R. Kernersville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Hedg-ecok, Miss Minnie, Kerners- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 1. 

McKauchan, J. H.. Kernersville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

F.ondurant, J. F., Kernersville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Smith, J. E., Kernersville, R F. D. 
No. 1. 

Barrow, G. H.. Kernersville. R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Crews. Miss Floss. Kernersville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

F,i!ton, Miss Essie, Kernersville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Fulton, Miss Emma, Kernersville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Idol, Miss Jessie, Kernersville, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Vance. Miss Gertrude, Kernersville, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Sapp, R. N., Kernersville, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Whicker. J. N., Kernersville, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Kirk. J. T.. Lewisville. 

Luper, Miss Flossie, Lewisville. 

Craft, Miss Carrie, Lewis\ 'lie. 

Craft. Miss Pearl, Lewisville. 

Tabor, Miss Marsrarert, Lewisville. 

Williams. Miss Louisa J., Lewisville. 

Pfaff. Miss Louise, Pfafftown. 

Pfaff. Miss Maude, Pfafftown. 

Abbott, P. B., Pfafftown. 

Ooslen, H. B., Pfafftown, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Hauser, Miss Blanche, Pfafftown, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 



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Doub, Miss Myrtle, Pfafftown, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Beroth, Miss Maude, Ffafftowu, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Whittmgton, Miss Marylillie, Ffaff- 
towu, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Whittington, Miss Flora, Ffafftowu, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Wilson, R. W., Rural Hall. 

Helsabeck, H. O., Rural Hall. 

Miller, Miss Lillian, Rural Hall. 

Shore, Miss Mamie, Rural Hall. 

Ogburn, Miss Anna, Rural Hall, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Sullivan, Miss Florence, Rural Hall. 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Grubbs, J. F., Rural Hall, R. F. /). 
No. 1. 

Heudrix, A. B., Tobaccoville. 

Holder, H. B., Tobaccoville. 

Hauser, C. F., Tobaccoville, R. F. f>. 
No. 1. 

Wolff, Wm. L., Tobaccoville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

W^all, LeRoy, Tobaccoville, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Holder, Miss Beulah V., Tobacco- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Spaiuhower, Miss Addie, Tobacco- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Leak, Miss Daisy, Walkertown. 

Blackburn, Miss Bettie, W r alkertown 

Matney, Miss Lula, Walkertown. 

Morris, Miss Mina, Wralkertown. 

W T hicker, Miss Eudora, Walkertown, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Marshall, Miss Selraa, Walnat Cove, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

McCuiston, Miss Annie, W T inston- 
Salern. 

Traxler, Miss Blossom, Winston- 
Salem. 

Foy, Miss Bessie, 'Winston-Salem. 

Robertson, Miss Nannie, W T inston- 
Salem. 

Shore, Miss Claude. Winston-Salem. 

Bodenhamer, Miss Bess, Winston- 
Salem. 

Messer, Miss Zylphia, Winston- 
Salem. 

Rominger, Miss Daisy, Winston- 
Salem. 

Gilliam, Miss Jettie, Winston-Salem. 

Holton, Miss Luna, W r inston-Salem. 

Ring, Miss Clara, Winston -Saicm. 

Davenport, Miss Elsie, Winston- 
Salem. 

Powers, Miss Mary, W 7 inston-Salem. 

Stafford, Miss Sara G., Winston- 
Salem. 

Poindexter, Miss Margaret, W T instcn- 
Salem. 

Timberlake, Miss Pearl, W'instoa- 
Salem. 

Walker, Miss Florence, Winston- 
Salem. 

Bieseeker, R. H., Winston-Salem. 

Sides, E. D., Winston-Salem. 

Messer, F. D. L., W r inston-Salem. 



Nance, J. II., Winston-Salem. 

Mendenhall, E. P., Winston-Salem. 

Angel, Miss Daisy, Winston-Salem, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Norman, Miss Sarah, Winston- 
Salem, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Yarbrough, Miss Grace, Winston- 
Salem, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Ziglar, Mis. J. W., Winston-Salem, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Conrad, L. I., Winston-Salem, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Holder, O. E., Winston-Salem, R. F. 
D No. 2. 

Cox, Miss Annie, W T inston-Salem, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Miller, Miss Lillie, Winstou-Salem, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Spaugh, Miss Addie, Winston-Salem, 
R F. D. No. 4. 

Miller, Samuel, Winston-Salem, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Nifoug, Lewis, Winston-Salem, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Motsinger, Miss Lelia, W'iuston- 
Salem, R. F. D. No. 5. 

Long, Miss Ida, W r inston-Salem, R. 
F. D. No. 7. 

Lineback, Miss Addie, WMnston- 
Salem, R. F. D. No. 7. 

Murray, J. W., W'inston-Saleni, R. 
F. D. No. 7. 

Daniel, J. W., Bethania. 

McKeown, H. H., Kernersville. 

Keener, A. A., Lewisville. 

Weuhold, Chas. H., Walkertowa. 



* WIXSTOX-SALEM. 

Population, 33,000 (including su- 
burbs) ; No. white polls, 2,421; No. 
colored polls, 1,682. 

Assessed value real and personal 
property, $13,544,908. 

Estimated value real and personal 
property, $30,000,000. 

Tax Rate: $1.00 on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $815,000. 

Floating debt, $106,741. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— O. B. Eaton. 

Chief of Police — J. A. Thomas. 

Treasurer — Wm. D. Jackson. 

Tax Collector — T. L. Farrow. 

Recorder — G. H. Hastings. 

Clerk Recorder's Court— W. T. 
Peury. 

City Attorneys — Manly & Hendren. 

City Supt. Health— J. E. Dowdy. 

City Supt. Schools — R. H. Latham. 

Postmaster — C. A. Reynolds. 

R. R. Agents — E. B. Kearns, Nor- 
folk & Western and Winston-Salem 
South Bound Railways ; W. P. Reed, 
Southern Railway. 

Express Agent — J. B. Pritchett, 
Southern Express Co. 

Telegraph Managers — C. N. Martin, 
Postal Tel. Co. ; K. Mitchell, W T estern 
Union Tel. Co. 



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Telephone Manager — B. H. Wilson, 
Southern Bell Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — (Centenary), J. E. Aber- 
uethy, Pastor; (West End), W. A. 
Lambeth, Pastor ; (Burkhead Institu- 
tional), W. M. Biles, Pastor; (Grace), 
W. M. Robbins, Pastor; (Salem), T. 
R. Wolf, Pastor; (Southside), T. R. 
Wolf, Pastor. 

Moravian — (The Home Church), J. 
K. Pfohl, Pastor; (Calvary), Ed. S. 
Crosland, Pastor; (Christ's), J. S. Mc- 
Cuiston ; (Elm Street Chapel), J. K. 
Pfohl, Pastor; (Fairview), L. B. 
Luckinbach, Pastor; (Southside), D. 
C. Stemple. 

Episcopal — Henry Teller Cocke 
Rector. 

Lutheran — E. A. Shenck, Pastor. 

Catholic — Geo. Lester, Pastor; 

(Fourfold Gospel), Rev. Garrison, 
Pastor. 

Baptist (First), H. A. Brown; 
(Brown Memorial), G. C. Lumpkin; 
West Winston), J. F. Michener; 
(Salem Baptist), Thos. C. Keatin ; 
(Southside), W. V. Svvaim; (Evange- 
list), F. M. Day; Samuel F. Keatin. 

Presbyterian (First Church), Neal 
L. Anderson; (N. Winston), Geo. W. 
Lee. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

City Schools — W. S. Snipes, Super- 
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 — Misss 
Ada Roan, Principal. 

Salem Female Academy and Col- 
lege — Rev. H. Rondthaler, President. 

Twin-City Business College — Chas. 
L. Padgett, President. 

Tinsley Military Institute — .T. W. 

Tinsley, Headmaster ; W. E. Ennis. 
Commandant. 

Salem Boy's School — J. F. Brower, 
Principal. 

ARCHITECTS. 
Northup. W. C. 
Zimmermann & Crump. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Wachovia Bank & Trust Co. — F. H. 
Fries, President. 

Peoples National Bank — J. W. Fries, 
President; W. A. Blair, Cashier. 

Commercial National Bank— Geo. W. 
Maslin, President; Thomas Maslin, 
Cashier. 

BAKERS. 

W T inkler, Mrs. A. W. 

Pearson. S. A. 



BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Byerly, R. F., Co. 

Hedgecock & Hine.' 

Snyder, S. A. 

W T inston Brick & Tile Co. 

Carter & Co. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Dixie Shoe Mfg. Co. (Wholesale). 

Jenkins Bros. Shoe Co. (Wholesale), 

Allen Co., The 

Brown, F. C, Sons Co. 

Daye, A., & Co. 

Fletcher Bros. Co. 

Jones & Gentry. 

Lashmit, J. L. 

City Shoe Store. 

Mevers-Westbrook Co. 

Miller, B. A., & Co. 

Neely, J. A. 

Newman, J. I. 

Rosenbacker & Bro. 

Salem Dry Goods Co, 

Wright, W. C. 

BOOK STORES. 

The Chas. E. Pless Book Co. 

Watkins, W. H., Book Store. 
BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS. 

Young Men's Business Ass'n. 

Tobacco Board of Trade. 

Wholesale Dealers' Association. 

Retail Merchants' Association. 

Board of Trade. 

J. L. Ludlow, President ; J. L. Gra- 
ham, First Vice-President; Geo. J. 
Howard, Second Vice-President; J. S. 
Kuykendall, Secretary and Treasurer. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Hawkins, G. W. 

Mickev & Firnum. 

Miller & Poe. 

Mock, P. W. 

Murphy & Campbell. 

Richard, J. M. 

Snipes, W. F., & Co. 

Snyder. L. P. 

Hester & Apple. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Carolina Hotel. 

The Zmzendorf. 

Phoenix. 

Hotel Neal. 

Hotel Francis. 

Hotel Forsyth, C. P. S. 

The Haes House. 

Grav, Mrs. 

O'Brien, Mrs. L. C. 

Foard, Mrs. Henrv. 

Barham, Mrs. W. H. 

Riddle, Mrs. H. H. 

BROKERS. 

Glenn, J. A. 

Thomas, Hansell. 

Vaughn. E. D., & Co. 

Vernay, F. S. 

Johnson, R. T. J. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S 

Cranford & Snvder. 

Nissen, C. F., Co. 

Nissen, G. E., & Co. 



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Nissen, S. J., Co. 

Spach Brothers. 

Winston Vehicle Co. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Arista Mills Co. 

Maline Mills. 

Southside Mill. 

Carolina Mills. 

Inverness Mills Co. 

Hanes, P. H., Knitting Co. 

Shamrock Mills. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS 

Forsyth Roller Mills. 

Southside Roller Mills. 

"Wachovia Mills. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Fogle Bros. Co. (Lumber). 

Hoover. E. L.. & Co. 

Miller Bros. Co. 

Phillips. J. H. 

Smith-Phillips Lumber Co. 

Woolen Mills. 

Chatham Manufacturing Co. (Wool 
en). 

Fries. F. & H. (Woolen). 

Ogbnrn. M. L. (Roller Mills). 

Burke. P. E. (Roller Mills}. 

Kester. J. W. (Roller Mills). 

Sides. L. H. (Roller Mills). 

Pickett. David (Shop. Wash and 
Ironing Boards). 

Mendenhall & Co. (Saw and Grist 
Mills). 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Hub Candy Co. 

Crystal Candy Co. 

Daye. Henry. 

Brandon. A. C. 

Side. Isnm. 

Starhousrh, H. 

McOee, J. W. 

FRUITS AND PRODUCE. 

Gardner & Clark (Wholesale - *. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Focrle Bros. Co. 

Miller, Gaston. 

Miller & Hintt. 

Ordway, S. S., Sons & Co. 

An ere. .T. F. 

Hoiiadav & Crouse. 

Wall. J. W. & C. M. 
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Bennett & Co. 

City Fuel Co. 

Thomas. C. M.. & Co. 

Anderson. E. L. 

City Wood Yard. 

CLOTHTERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Allen Co.. (The) 

Boyles Bros. Co. 

Brown, Frank C, Sons Co. 

Cranford, N. L. 

Daye, A.. & Co. 

Fletcher Bros. 

Jacobs, .Toe, Clothing Co. 

McDowell & Rogers. 

Meyers-Westbrook Co. 

Robinson, E. 

Rosenbacher & Bro. 



Shapiro, A. 

Winston Clothing Co. 

Woodruff, J. M., & Co. 

Sharpe-Modlm Co. 

Hitchcock-Trotter Co. 

Mock-Bagby-Stockton Co. 

DEPART3IENT STORES. 

Hitchcock-Trotter Co. 

Meyers-Westbrook Co. 

Rosenbacher & Brother. 

Daye, A., & Co. 

DENTISTS. 

Apple, R. O. & T. A. 

Evans, Geo. J. 

Horton, H. V. 

Horton, P. E. 

Jones, R. H. 

Lee, C. O. 

Sapp, C. C. 

Blum. J. A. 
TOBACCO M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS 

Bailey Bros. 

Bohannon, F. M. 

Brown & Williamson. 

Fliny, J. G. 

Liipfert-Scales Co. 

Ogburn Hill & Co. 

Reynolds, R. J., Tobacco Co. 

Taylor Brothers. 

Whitaker-Harvey Co. 

TOBACCO SUPPLIES. 

Martin. Watt. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S 

Southern Chemical Co. 

Union Guano Co. 

DRUGGISTS. 

O'Hanlon. 

Owens Drug Co. 

Simpson Drug Co. 
Thompson Drug Co. 
Vaughn-Crutchfleld & Co. (Whole- 
sale). 
Helms. J. D.. Drug Co. 
Winston Drug Co. (Wholesale). 
Fairview Drua: Co. 
Ring. W. A. 

DOCTORS. 
Bynum, John. 
Dalton, D. N. 
Davis. A. P. 
Schallert. P. O. 
Fearrington, J. P. 
Grey. E. P. 
Jewett, R. D. 
Kapp, H. H. 
Johnson. W. M. 
Lockett. E. A. 
Lott. H. S. 
Pfohl. S. F. 
Spainhour, E. H. 
Spencer, W. O. 
Summers. C. L. 
Linville. W. C. 
Fleming, C. J. (Vet.) 
Bahnson, H. T. 
Nicholson, J. P. 
Penper, J. K. 

Echols, R. M. (Osteopath). 
Grainger. C. H. (Osteopath). 



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DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Hitchcock-Trotter Co. 

Meyers-Westbrook Co. 

Rosenbaeher & Bro. 

Fletcher, J. H., & Co. 

Daye, A., & Co. 

Sharp-Modlin Co. 

Nading, H. A. (Wholesale). 

Davis, J. N. 

Davis, Mrs. R. 

Hester, J. W., Co. 

Adams, J. J., & Co. 

American Stock Co. 

Gilmer Bros. Co. (Wholesale)? 

Marler-Dalton-Gilmer Co. (Whole- 
sale). 

Misses Martin (Ladies' Furnishing 
Parlor). 

Spaugh, B. J. 

Winston Brick & Tile Co. 

Carter & Co. 

GENERAL, MERCHANDISE. 

Farmers' Stock Co. 

Poindexter, H. D. 

Kress, H. S., 5, 10 and 25c. Store. 
POWER AND EIGHT COMPANIES. 

Fries Manufacturing & Power Co. 

Winston-Salem Light & Fuel Co. 
(Gas). 

GARAGES. 

The Motor Co. 

The American Cadillac Co. 

The Southern Motor Co. 
FLORISTS. 

Walker, G. I. 

McNulty, Martin. 

Grunert, R. L. 
FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Rose. Sam. 

Marshall, John. 

Pleasant. 

Styron, T. P. 

Land. John. 

Hardman, Chas. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Salem Iron Works. 

Crawford Plumbing & Mill Supply 
Co. 

Force. E. Z., Pump Co. 

Cook-Lewis Foundry Co. 

Vance, J. A., & Co. 

Briggs, Shaffner & Co. 
FURNITURE DEALERS & M'F'RS. 

Crim-Cantrell Furniture Co. 

Huntley-I-Iill-Stoekton Co. 

Piedmont Furniture Co. 

Rominger, C. D. 

Sledge Furniture Co. 

Forsyth Furniture Co. 

Oakland Manufacturing Co. 

Huntley, B. F., Co. 

Winston Handle Co. 

Forsyth Furniture Co. 

Forsyth Iron Bed Co. 

Jones Bros. 

GROCERS. 
Wholesale. 

Horn, R. B., & Co. 

Cromer Brothers. 



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Barbee-Sharpe Produce Co. 

Eflrd Brothers. 

Hancock Grocery Co. 

Garrell, J. G., Grocery Co. 

Messick, E. R. 

Norman-Moir-Dalton Co. 

Taylor, Jno. M. 

Vaughn & Co. 

Joyce Bros. Co. 

Hancock Grocery Co. 

Norman & Bagby. 

Smitherman & Stone. 
Retail. 

Adams, J. J. 

Allen, Jas. 

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. 

Joyner, J. T. 

Kennedy, C. D., Co. 

Lloyd, J. S. 

Melchor, Bros. 

Moore, R. A. 

Moser Grocery Co. 

Peoples Trade House. 

Pfaff, S. A. 

Poindexter, H. D. 

Reid. J. J. 

Shelton Bros. 

Smith, Jas. C. 

Spencer, S. S. 

Vernon Grocery Co. 

White Star Co. 

Zimmerman & Co. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Brown Rogers Co. 

Forsyth Hardware "Co. 

Norfleet Hardware Co. 

Wall-Huske (Hardware and Bug- 
gies). 

Foister Electric Co. 

HOSPITALS. 

The Twin-City Hospital. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Foltz & Spaugh. (Life.) 

Home Real Estate, Loan & Trust 
Co. (Life). 

O'Brien, W. L. (Life). 

Wimbish & Murchison (Life). 

Todor, George C. (Life.) 

Sills, J. E. (Life.) 

Gray, E. E. (Fire). 

Bessent, J. C. (Fire). 

Home Real Estate, Loan & Insur- 
ance Company. (Fire.) 

Gallowav & Jenkins (Fire). 

Wachovia Bank & Trust Co. (Fire). 



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Lineback, Jas. S. (Fire). 

The Follin Co. (Fire). 

Winston Agency Co. (Fire.) 

Spaugh, II. W. (Fire). 

Johnson. C. E. (Fire). 

Money, R. II. iFire). 

Dunn, J. S. (Fire). 

Young, J. G. (Fire). 

Walker, R. T. (Fire). 

Wachovia Realty & Adjustment Co. 
JEWELERS. 

Day, F. N. 

Gentry, J. A. 

Sapp, C. F. 

Vogler, W. T., & Son. 
LAUNDRIES. 

Winston Steam Laundry. 

The Zinzindorf Laundry. 

Wing, Cas. (Chinese.) 

Sain, Chas. (Chinese). 

Lee, Hop. (Chinese.) 

LAWYERS. 

Alspaugh, J. W. 

Alexander, J. E. 

Baldwin. F. T. 

Beekerdite, H. L. 

Ben bo w & 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 & Limine. 

Hawkins, D. D. 

Holton, A. E. 

Josey, Edwin B. 

Manly & Hendren. 

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, Wm. T. 

Womble, B. S. 

Sams & Parhara. 
LIMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 

Fogle Bros. Co. 

Miller Bros. 

Phillips, J. H. 

Shelton, J. E„ Box Co. 

Sheppard, O. J. 

Smith-Phillips Lumber Co. 

Miller. Gaston. 
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS. 

Consolidated Granite Co. 

Forsyth Marble Co. 

MeGalliard 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. 

Wall-Huske 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 & Fansler. 

Fergurson, C. L. 

Martin, L. E. 

Reynolds Sign System. 

Clinard, W. H. 

PLUMBERS. 

Brickenstein, L. B. 

Crawford Plumbing & Mill Supply 
Co. 

McSwaim, G. W. 

Winston Mill Supply & Plumbing 
Co. 

Mavnard & Crutehfield. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 

Bowen, R. J., & Co. 

Cheek, Houston Piano Co. 
PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Twin-City Studio. 
Lineback, H. A. 
Farrell & Edwards. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
The Earlier Printery. 
Winston 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. 
Wachovia Realty & Adjustment Co. 

TAILORS. 
Fischer & Shaffer. 
Bennett, S. S. 
Silverberg, H. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Huntley-Hill-Stockton Co. 
Vosler, F. H., & Son. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Clinard, W. H. 
Sink & Fansler. 



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CLUBS. 

Elks Club. 
Eagles Club. 
Twin City Club. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Standard B. & L. Association. 

Piedmont B. & L. Association. 

Twin City B. & L. Association 

Winston B. & L. Association. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Academy — H. E. Roudthaler, Editor. 

Blum's Farmers' and Planters' Al- 
manac — Cast & Keehlin, Editors. 

Our Rural Home and Carriers' Mes- 
senger — J. Hampton Ricb, Editor. 

Sentinel (Daily and Semi-Weekly) — 
Henry R. Dwire, Editor. 

Southern Tobacco Journal — G. E. 
Webb, Editor. 

Union Republican — J. B. Goslin, 
Editor. 

Winston-Salem Journal — Herbert B. 
Gunter, Editor. 

BOTTLING WORKS. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Works. 

Tise, W. C, Bottling W T orks. 

Bennett, J. A. & C. E., Bottling 
Works. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Ogburn, M. L. 

Burke, P. E. (Roller Mills). 

Kester, J. W. ' (Roller Mill.si. 
bides, L. H. (Roller MilU). 

Pickett, David. (Sbop, Wash and 
Ironing Boards). 

Mendenball & Co. (Saw and Grist 
Mill). 



KERNERSVILLE. 

Population, 1909: 1,500. 

No. white polls, 152; No. colored 
polls, 28. 

Value real estate, $316,000. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— W. C. Stafford. 

Treasurer — R. L. Carlton. 

Tax Collector — A. N. Linville. 

Postmaster — R. B. Beeson. 

Telegraph Managers — C. R. Kernel", 
Western Union Tel. Co. ; Jno. G. Ker- 
ner, Postal Tel.-Cable Co. 

R. R. Agent— C. R. Kerner, South- 
ern Railway. 

Express Agent — C. R. Kerner. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist Episcopal — Rev. Mr. 
Byrum, Pastor. 

Baptist— W. E. West, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — W. A. Low- 
dermilk, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Kernersville High School— J. W. 
Speas. Superintendent. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Kernersville — W T . H. Men- 
denhall, President; Geo. V. Fulp, 
Cashier. 

Forsyth Savings & Trust Co. — J. 



Van Lindley, President; J. M. Guyer, 
Cashier. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Dillon, C. J., & Co. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Pegram, W. H. 

COTTON GINS. 

Gentry, J- W. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Pinnix Drug Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Davis Hotel. 

Auto Inn Hotel. 

Pinnix, J. M. 

DOCTORS. 

Justice, ,T. 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. 

Kernersville Furniture Co. 

Ring Furniture Co. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Linville Brothers. 

Duckworth, R. A. 

Matthews, Will. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Beeson, 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. 

Lowry, J. A. 

Morris & Marshall. 

Nelson & Winfree. 

Phillips, J. R. 

Phillips & Davis. 

Ring, R. W. 

Stafford & Griffith. 

Wnlker & Jordan. 

Watson. J. A. 

Willis, T. J. 

Marshall, E. Y. 

Linville, W. S.. & Sons. 

Woodruff, Miss O. J. 

Carter, Miss Cora. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Kernersville Hardware Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Fulp, George V. 
Guyer, J. M. 

LAWYERS. 
Linville, E. M. 
LUMBER AND PLANING MILLS. 

Hester & Gentry. 
Brooks-Banks & Dillon. 



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NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Forsyth News (Weekly)— F. A. Slate, 
Editor. 

NURSERIES. 

Van Liiulley, J. 

PAINTERS. 

Beard, M. O. 

Huff, E. K. 

Korme, J. G. 
UNDERTAKERS 

Linvllle, W. S., 



AND EMBALMERS. 
& Son. 



WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Beard, M. 0. 
Korme. J. G. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Kernersville Furniture Mfg Co. 
Lowery Hosiery Mills. 

American Hosiery Mills. 
Kernersville Roller Mills (Flour). 
Ring Furniture Co. 
Victor Mfg. Co. 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, LOUISBURG. 



Population: (Census 1910), 24,692. 

Formed in 1779. Named in honor of Banjainin Franklin. 

Area: 420 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $3,169,863; value personal property, $2,005,882. 

Property listed in 1910, by whites, $1,821,890; by negroes, $1S3,992. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 77c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 6c. 

Public Roads: Worked by taxation in Louisburg Township and by bond 
issue in Franklinton Township. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 
Seaboard Air Line Railway Company, 22.94 miles, assessed value. .$459,980.95 
Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 1,210.00 

Pullman Company, assessed value 2,288.61 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 2.121.95 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 7,981.20 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 10.922.00 

Southside Telephone Company, assessed value 360.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 2.302.95 

Louisburg Telegraph Company, assessed value 500.00 

'Superior Court Terms: ^xth Monday before first Monday in March (two 
weeks), civil and criminal; sixth Monday after first Monday in March (two 
weeks), civil and criminal; second Monday before first Monday in Septem- 
ber (one week); criminal; sixth Monday after first Monday in September 
(two weeks), civil. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— .T. .T. Barrow, 
Louisburg. 

Sheriff — W. M. Boone, Louisburg. 

Register of Deeds — J. B. Yarbor- 
ough, Louisburg. 

Treasurer — P. B. Griffin, Louisburg. 

Coroner— W. P. Simpson. Cenlerville. 

Surveyor' — J. T. Incoe. Castalia, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Co. Supt. of Health— .T. E. Malone, 
Louisburg. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— R. B. White. 
Louisburg. 

'Standard-Keeper— J. W. Griffin. 
Centreville. 

Supt. of County Home — E. N. Wil- 
liams, Louisburg. 

Co. Board of Education — J. C. Win- 
ston, Youngsville : A. W. Perrv. Louis- 
burg, R. F. D. No. 2; H. D. Egerton. 
Laurel. 

County Commissioners — T. S. Collie. 
Castalia, R. F. T). No. 2; J. H. TJzzell, 
Mapleville: J. H. Cooke, Franklinton. 

County Board of Elections — F. W. 
Wheless. Louisbura:: I. H. Kearney. 



Franklinton; G. W. V\ hitaker, Youngs- 
ville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Duns Township — A. C. Brantley, 
Wakefield. R. F. D. ; W. H. Williams, 
Spring Hope, R. F. D. No. 2 ; B. F. 
Pearce, Spring Hope, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Harris — J. B. Kinc:. Louisburg, R. 
F. D. No. 1; J. A. Underbill. Louis- 
burg, R. F. D. No. 1; F. W. Justice, 
Louisburg, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Freeman — J. R. Tharington. 
Youngsville; C. C. Winston, Yonngs- 
ville. 

Franklinton — J. E. Nicholson, 

Franklinton ; E. W. 'Morris. Franklin- 
ton ; C. W. Conway, Franklinton. 

Hayesville — R. G. Winn, Louis- 
burg, R. F. D. No. 5; R. S. Foster, 
Manson. R. F. D. No. 5; K. M. Clarke, 
Kittrell, R. F. D. 

Sandy Creek — E. N. Williams, Louis- 
burg : J. J. Cooper, Louisburg; J. P. 
Pleasants. Louisburg. 

Gold Mine — W. D. Upchurch, Cen- 
treville; Peter Collins, Centreville; A. 
S. .T. Hamlet. Centreville. 



THE CITIZENS BANK, FRANKLINTON, N. C. 

A FRANKLIN COUNTY BANK, ENTIRELY OWNED AND OFFICER- 
ED BY FRANKLIN COUNTY FOLKS. 



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Cypress Creek — J. M. Sykes, Ma- 
pleville; W. F. Gay, Mapleville. 

Cedar Rock — J. G. Crooburn, Maple- 
ville; T. W. Stokes, Louisburg, R. F. 
D. No. 6; J. P. Davis, Castalia, R. F. 
D. No. 2; W. J. Johnson, Louisburg. 

Louisburg — J. R. Perry, Louisburg; 
O. L. Ellis, Louisburg ; W. E. Tucker. 
Louisburg; B. B. Masseuburg, Louis- 
burg. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Stamps, Mack, Louisburg. 

Williams, C. C, Mapleville R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Sledge, J. W., Louisburg, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Duke. G. M.. Mapleville. 

Bunn, D. T., Spring Hope, R. F. 

D. No. 2. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Bunn High School — Prof. Brough- 
ton, Principal, Bunn. 

Ingleside High Schoql— A. M. Jones 
Principal. Louisburg, R. F. D. No. 5. 

Mapleville Graded School — Mrs. M. 

E. Williams, Principal. Mapleville. 
Cedar Rock Academy — Miss Taylor, 

Principal. Castalia, R. F .D. No. 2. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Floyd, R. P., Louisburg, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Clark. K. M.. Kittrell. 

Bobbitt, E. H.. Cedar Rock. 

Williams, J. B., Alert. 

Simpson, W. D., Centreville. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Wood, C. G., Woods. 

Upchurch, W. D., Centreville. 

Sledge, H. M.. Mapleville. 

Weathers, J. H., & Co., Bunn. 

Rice. N., & Co., Margaret. 

Strickland, R. H., Louisburg. R. F. 
D. No. 6. 

COTTON GINS. 

Perry, J. R., & Co., Mapleville. 
Oupton , Charles. Laurel. 
Wheeles. J. R., Centreville. 
Upchurch, W. D., Centreville. 
Coppedge, W. B., Cedar Rock. 
FEOCR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Gupton, Charles, Laurel. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Alford, Miss Pattie, Louisburg, R. 

F. D. No. 2. 

Beves, Miss Lela. Franklinton. 

Boone, Miss Eugenia, Castalia. 

Clifton, Miss Lizzie, Katesville. 

Conyers, Mrs. R. J., Youngsville. 

Cheatham, Miss Tazzie, Bunn. 

Duke, Mrs. S. W., Epsom. 

Duke, Miss Ida, Epsom. 

Davis, Miss Sallie, Louisburg, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Fuller, Miss Annie, Moulton. 

Foster, Miss Lessie, Laurel. 

Green, W. M., Privett. 

Hines. Miss Alice, Spring Hope, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Hicks, Miss Maggie, Wood. 



Jarman, Miss Loulia, Louisburg, R. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Luther, Miss Mamie, Spring Hope, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Macon, S. Y., Louisburg, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Wilder, Miss Annie, Centreville. 

Piunell, Miss Lucy, Wood. 

Perry, Miss Annie J., Franklinton, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Ragsdale, Mrs. Rosamond, Louis- 
burg, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Shearin, Miss Mary D., Louisburg, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Strickland, Miss Olive, Margaret, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Sledge, T. H., Louisburg, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Sledge, J O., Louisburg, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Wheeless, Miss Chessie, Spring 
Hope, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Uzzle, Miss Claire, Louisburg, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Wilson, Miss Nellie, Louisburg, R. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Webb, Miss Lucy T., Mapleville. 

Winn, Miss Gussie, Epsom. 

Rodgers, Mrs. Nellie, Riley. 

Clayton, Mrs. Annie S., Laurel. 

Blackwell, Mrs. Annie, Castalia, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Floyd, Miss Hattie, Louisburg. 

Gupton, Miss Lillian, Privett. 

Brantley, Miss Nona, Bunn. 

Wiggs, Miss Lucy E., Bunn. 



LOUISBURG. 

Population, 1909: 2,500. 

No. polls, 292. 

Value real estate, $32S,942 ; value 
personal property, $342,520. 

Tax Rate:. $1.30 on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $77,000. 

Floating debt, $10,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. B. Yarborouuii. 

Chief of Police — D. C. High. 

City Clerk— R. O. Bissett. 

Treasurer — E. S. Ford. 

Tax Collector— D. C. High. 

City Attorney— W. H. Ruffln. 

City Supt. of Health— J. E. Malone. 

Postmaster — Miss Mary Yarborough. 

R. R. Agent — L. 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 AND CHCRCHES. 

Baptist — L. W. Swope, Pastor. 

Episcopal — 

Methodist— R. W. Bailey, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Louisburg Graded School — W. R. 
Mills, Principal. 

Louisburg College for Women — Mrs. 
Mary D. Allen, Principal. 



THE CITIZENS BANK, FRANKLINTON, N. C. 

DIRECTORS: E. J. CHEATHAM, C. S. WILLIAMS, R. B. WHITE, B. 
W. BALLARD, JNO. W. SANDLING, DR. J. H. HARRIS, J. O. GREEN. 



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BANKS AND BANKERS. 


Yarborough, R. F. 


First National Bank — R. G. Allen, 


Ellis, 0. L. 


President; P. R. White, Cashier. 


Newell, H. A. 


Farmers and Merchants Bank — C. B. 


DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 


Cheatham, President; R. Y. McAden, 


Candler-Crowell Co. 


Cashier. 


Hall, Mrs. A. M. 


BULBING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 


POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 


Franklin Perpetual B. & L. Ass'n. 


Louisburg Electric Co. 


BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 


FRUIT DEALERS. 


Houck-Ford Co. 


Pleasants, M. C. 


BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 


Joyner. J. M. 


Allen, P. S. & K. K. 


Hicks, L. P. 


Stokes, C. T. 


Cooper, G. B. 


Hicks, B. G. 


Bartholomew, W. E. 


Egerton, R. Z. 


Hicks. B. G. 


BOOK STORES. 


Alston Co. 


The Racket Store. 


FERTILIZER DEALERS. 


BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 


Stokes, C. T. 


CATTLE. 


McKinne Bros. 


Weathers, J. W. 


Neal, W. P., & Co. 


Harris, E. L. 


Allen Bros. 


CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 


Griffin & Beasley. 


Louisburg Wagon Co. 


Person, A. W. 


Taylor, H. C. 


FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 


Hill, K. P. 


TJazell, W. E. 


CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 


Perry, K. A. 


Hicks, L. P. 


Harris, W. H. 


Pleasants, M. C. 


Joyner, Oscar. 


Hicks, P. G. 


Kellv. Richard. 


CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 


FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 


Houck, M. F. 


Louisburg Plow Co. 


Davis, M. S. 


FURNITURE DEALERS. 


COAL DEALERS. 


White, W. E.. Furniture Co. 


Reavis, P. A., Co. 


Hollingswor'ch. J. W. 


CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 


GROCERS. 


J. R. Collie. President; A. H. Flem- 


Reavis, P. A., Co. (Wholesale). 


ing', Secretary. 


Hicks, L. P. 


CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 


Hicks, B. G. 


FURNISHERS. 


Stokes, C. T. 


Allen, P. S. & K. K. 


Alston Co. 


Wheeles. F. W. 


King. J. W. 


Deitz, Aaron. 


McKinne Bros. 


Winston. J. P. 


HARDWARE DEALERS. 


Liebmann, Jos. 


McKinne Bros. 


COTTON GINS. 


Hicks. L. P. 


Louisburg Cotton Oil Co. 


HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 


Griffin & Beasley. 


Louisburg Hotel. 


Cooper, W. J. 


Bobbitt, J. H. 


DEPARTMENT STORES. 


ARCHITECTS. 


Candler-Crowell Co. 


Houck. M. F. 


Hall, Mrs. A. M. 


Davis, M. S. 


DENTISTS. 


INSURANCE AGENTS. 


Fleming. A. H. 


Allen, R. G. (Fire.) 


Ranks. C. H. 


Bailev, Wm. (Fire.) 


TOBACCO DEALERS. 


Wilder, T. B. (Life and Fire). 


American Tobacco Co. 


Tavlor, R. P. (Life.) 


Imperial Tobacco Co. 


Turner, J. A. (Life.) 


Cheatham^ C. B. 


Davis. R. H. (Life). 


Parham. S. J. 


Baker, G. S. (Fire). 


Collie, J. R. 


JEWELERS. 


Meadows & Harris. 
Ford, B. S. 


Johnson. J. H. 
Whitfield, L. J. 


DRUGGISTS. 


LAWYERS. 


Beasley-Alston Drug Co. 


Massenburg, B. B. 


Pleasants. F. R. 


Person. W. M. 


Scoggiu Drug Co., The 


Ruffin. W. H. 


DOCTORS. 


Yarborough, W. H., Jr. 


S. P. Burt. 


Cooke, P. H. 


Malone, .T. E. 


Wilder, Thos. B. 



THE CITIZENS BANK, FRANKLINTON, N. C. 

E. J. CHEATHAM, Pres. ; C. S. WILLIAMS, V.-Pres. ; WM. F. JOYNER, 
Cashier. CAPITAL, $15,000. SURPLUS, §6,000. 



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Holrten, B. T. 

White, R. B. 
LIMBER MTE'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. 

Ford, G. W. 
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Hicks, L. P. 

McKinne Bros. 

Standard Oil Co. 

PAINTERS. 

Crosson, R. R. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 

Howell, J. T. 

Joyner, J. M. 

Odom, E. 

Bartholomew, W. E. 

Perry Bros. Co. 

PLUMBERS. 

Horton, L. T. 

McKinne Bros. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 

Hollingsworth, J. W. 

White Furniture Co. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Franklin Times (Weekly) — A. F. 
Johnson. Editor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Smithwick, D. T. 

Wilder, Thomas B. 

BUILDING MATERIAL. 

McKinne Bros. 

Hicks, L. P. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

White, W. E., Furniture Co. 
Hollingsworth, J. W. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Christopher, R. E. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Hill, K. P. (Sales). 
Southall, J. H., & Co. 
Fuller, R. F. 
Hayes, J. J. 



YOUNGSVrLLE. 

Incorporated in 1875. 

Population, 1909: White. 500; col- 
ored, 200; total, 700. 

Tax Rate: 66 2-3c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — C. C. Winston. 

Postmastei — 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 — 

Methodist — J. W. Martin, Pastor. 

Baptist — G. B. Harrill, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Graded School — Jno. Best, Principal. 



BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Youngsville — J. B. Perry, 
President; W. G. Riddick, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Timberlake, R. E. 

Hatch, P. R. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Winston-Blanks Drug Co. 

Hatch, P. R. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Perry & Patterson. 

Spivey & 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. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Mitchell, J. W. (Fire.) 

Pearce, S. E. (Fire.) 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Wilson, J. T. 

Youngsville Lumber Co. 



FRANKL1NTON. 

Incorporated in 18 i0. 
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. 
Joyner. Postal. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist— W. W. Rose, Pastor. 
Baptist— G. B. Harrill, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Franklinton Graded School — Prof. 
Conner, 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. 
Joyner, T. C. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
MeOhee-Joyner Co. 
Whedbee & Morris. 
Williams. S. C. 



THE CITIZENS BANK, FRANKLINTON, N. C. 



SAVINGS DEPARTMENT PAYS 4 PER CENT. 
LET US HANDLE YOUR ACCOUNT. 



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FRANKLIN— GASTON. 



Kearney. I. H. 

Pearce, H. E. 

Cooke, B. F., Furniture Co. 

Ballard, B. W., Co. 

Pruitt, R. A. 

Ward, U. T. 

Nowell, J. W. 

Fowler, D. G. 

Franklin Grocery Co. 

Best, Mrs. D. (J. 

MILLINERY. 
Henlev. Mrs. M. C. 
Britt. Mrs. S. S. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Speed, R. A. 



LIVERY STABLES. 

Speed, R. A. 
I. H. Kearney. 

DENTISTS. 
Ford. S. C. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Joyner & Cooke. 
Cheatham, E. J. 

LAWYERS. 
White, R. B. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Wash-Board Manufacturing Co. 
Sterling Cotton Mills. 



GASTON COUNTY. 

COUNTY SE.iT, DALLAS. 

Population: (Census 1910), 37,063. 

Formed in 1S47. Named in honor of Hon. Wm. Gaston. 

Area, 346 square miles. 

Value of real estate, .156,761,080; value of personal property, $2,586,111. 

Property listed in 1909, by whites, .$9,171,171 : by negroes, $176,020. 

No. of Schools : For whites, 68 : for negroes, 31. 

Tax Rate: County purposes. 23 2-3c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 25c. 

County bonded debt, $300,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 600. Worked by Taxation. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 
Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line, 23.00 miles, assessed value .. ..$756,692.66 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 17.50 miles, assessed value 350.900.90 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 264.00 

Pullman Co.. assessed value 4,071.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 5,527.80 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 17,582.66 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 22,949.00 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway, 19.26 miles, assessed value. 17S, 130.70 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 9,161,60 

Southern Power Co., assessed value 70,775.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 3,539.00 

Superior Court Terms: First Monday before 1st Monday in March; May 
term, 11th Monday after 1st Monday in March; September term, 1st Mon- 
day after 1st Monday in September; November term, 11th Monday after 1st 
Monday in September. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— C. C. Cornwell, 
Dallas. 

Sheriff— J. D. B. McLean, Dallas. 

Register of Deeds — A. J. Smith, 
Dallas. 

Treasurer — J. Q. Holland, Dallas. 

Coroner — C. L. Chandler, Dallas. 

Surveyor — C. A. Black, Bessemer 
City. 

Co. Supt. of Health— L. N. Glenn, 
Gastonia. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— F. P. Hall, 
Belmont. 

Supt. of County Home — C. C. Craig, 
Dallas. 

Co. Board of Education — S. N. Boyce, 
Gastonia; J. H. Rudisill, Cherry ville; 
H A. Rhyne, Mt. Holly. 

Co. Commissioners — John F. Lee- 
per, (chrm.), Belmont J. F. McArver, 
Gastonia ; O. G. Falls, Kings Moun- 



tain ; R. S. Lewis, Dallas; R. K. Da- 
venport, 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; J. L. 
Hoover. Alexis. 

Crowders 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; J. H. Wil- 
kins, Bessemer City ; C. A. Thornburg, 
Bessemer City ; J. R. Carson, Bessemer 
City ; W. S. Mauney, Kings Mountain ; 
O. G. Falls, Kings Mountain. 

Cherryville — Jacob Kiser, Bessemer 
City; N. B. Kendrick, Cherry ville; S. 
L. Kiser, Cherrvville; J. B. Houser. 
Cherrvville; C. S. Eaker, Cherryville; 



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A. H. Huss, Cherry ville ; A. F. Henry, 
Cherryville; R. R. Mauney, Cherry- 
ville. 

Gastonia — Thos. H. White, Gastonia ; 
W. Meek Adams, Gastonia; Win. G. 
Rhyne, Gastonia; John F. Bradley, 
Gastonia; S. S. Morris, Gastonia; Win. 
A. Falls, Gastonia; H. L. Moore, Gas- 
tonia; J. R. Bellinger, Gastonia. 

River Bend — W. G. Rutledge, 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. 

Sparrow, G. A., Lowell, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Senter, J. M., Worth. 

Burwell, Rev., Lowell. 

Lindsav, A. T., Gastonia. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Linwood College (Female) — A. T. 
Lindsay, Principal, Gastonia. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Patrick, G. R., Lowell. 
Stewart, Dr., Mountain Island. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Ford, W. T., Lowell. 

Farnsforth, W. E., Cherryville. 

Tuckaseegee Manufacturing Co. 

Minis Manufacturing Co., Mt. Holly. 

Mountain Island Co. 

Stroup, A. XL, Mt. Holly. 

Farrar Bros., Mt. Holly. 

Mcintosh, N. A., Mt. Holly. 

Grier, D. D., Gastonia. 

COTTON GINS. 

Belmont Ginning Co., Belmont. 

Humphrey, J. F., Dallas. 

Model Ginning Co., Cherryville. 

Grier, D. D., Gastonia. 

Gastonia Oil Mills, Gastonia. 

White & Ormond, Bessemer City. 

Carpenter, J. S., Bessemer City. 

Black & Sons, Bessemer City. 

Carpenter, O. D., Worth. 

Stanley Ginning Co., Stanley. 

Lowell Ginning Co., Lowell. 

Ford Ginning Co., Lowell. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Rhyne, Moser, Dallas. 

Lewis & Lewis, Lowell. 

White & Ormand, Bessemer City. 
SAW MILLS. 

Lewis & Leeper, Belmont. 

Robinson, R. Z., Belmont. 

Rumfelt, W. H., Belmont. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Johnson, D. C, Bessemer City. 

Senter, Miss Olive, Dallas. 

Ipcin, Prof. Kings Mountain. 

Hinson, Miss Carrie, Kings Moun- 
tain. 

Rudisill, Miss Mary, Bessemer City. 

Smith, Miss Ada, Kings Mountain. 



Miller, Miss Rob, Kings Mountain. 

Dellinger, S. L., Waco. 

Beam, B., Crouse. 

Strassell, J. W.. Cherryville. 

Brown, Miss Fannie, Kings Moun- 
tain. 

Costuer, Miss Bessie, Crouse. 

Eaker, R E., Crouse. 

Caldwell, Jesse, Bessemer City. 

Sipe, Miss, Bessemer City. 

Beam, Mrs. Ina, Crouse. 

Bridges, Miss Lula, Bessemer City. 

Friday, Mrs. Beulah, High Shoals. 

Brown, Sid, Bessemer City. 

Weir, Miss D.. Kings Mountain. 

Beam, M. S., Dallas. 

Lineberger, Miss Lida, Dallas. 

Jenkins, W. G., Gastonia. 

Rhyne, W. R., High Shoals. 

Hall, Miss Elva. High Shoals. 

Costner, C. C, Dallas. 

McGill, Miss Ellen, Worth. 

Huss, Miss Nora, High Shoals. 

Wilson, Miss Mary Hester, Dallas. 

Abernethy, Mrs. Ida, Alexis, 

Stroup, Miss, Alexis. 

Ramsey, Miss Ada, Dallas. 

Wray, J. S., Gastonia. 

Nolen. Miss Laura. Lowell. 

McGill, Miss Emma. Gastonia. 

Bradley, J. F., Gastonia. 

Rankin, Miss Estelle, Gastonia. 

Falls, Miss Ruby, Gastonia. 

Pursley. Miss Zuba, Gastonia. 

Cathey, Miss Carrie, Gastonia. 

Gamble, Miss Maggie, Gastonia. 

Cathey, Miss Mattie, Gastonia. 

Henry, Miss Bettie, Gastonia. 

Robinson, Miss Euphemia, Gastonia. 

Falls, Miss Bess, Gastonia. 

Torrence, Miss Sparke, Gastonia. 

Carson, Miss Sallie, Gastonia. 

Ragan, Miss Zaida, Gastonia. 

Potts, Miss Mabel, Gastonia. 

Cline, R. H., Stanley. 

McArver, Miss Ferrye, Gastonia. 

Herman, Miss Ola, Lowell. 

Henson, J. B., Mt. Holly. 

Rankin, Miss Bertie, Mt. Holly. 

Brown, Miss Sulye, Stanley. 

Thornburg. Miss Fannie, Mountain 
Island. 

Hales, Miss Ethel, Mt. Holly. 

Thompson. Mrs. H. R., Stanley. 

Edwards, Miss Fannie, Stanley. 

Lineberger, Pink, Stanley. 

Potts, Miss Ada, Belmont. 

Query, H. A., Belmont. 

Stowe, Miss Bertha, Belmont. 

McKeown, Miss Hattie, Lowell. 

Rankin, Miss Ida, McAdenville. 

McGee, Miss Meta, McAdenville. 

Patrick, Miss Nina, Lowell. 

Wilson, Miss Lena, Lowell. 

Ramseur, J. H., Lowell. 

Douglass, Mis^s Vivian. Lowell. 

Oates, Miss Sadye, Lowell. 

Henderson, Miss Pearl, Lowell. 



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,M:ii I hews. Miss Maggie, Belmont. 
Stowe. Mrs. Maggie, Lowell. 
Welmer, Miss Anna. Mayesworth. 



DALLAS. 

Incorporated in 1S71. 

Population. 1900: White. S00 ; col- 
ored. 300; total, 1,100. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty. .$150,000. 

Tax Bate: 33 l-3e. on the $100. 

Mayor— W. S. Barfleld. 

Postmaster — J. P. Hoffman. 

B. R. Agent— W. S. Barfleld. 

R. R. Agent— W. S. Barfleld, Caro- 
lina & Northwestern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — W. S. Barfleld. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — Rev. Mr. Secrest, Pas- 
tor. 

Baptist — J. L. Shinn, Pastor. 

Methodist— 

Lutheran — P. D. Resenger. Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Dallas Graded School— M. S. Beam, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKEBS. 

Bank of Dallas — L. L. Jenkins, 
President: M. L. Hoffman. Cashier. 
DOCTOBS. 

.Tonkins. .T. H. 

Wilkins. S. T. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Dallas Advocate (Weekly) — E. Von 
L. Houser, Editor. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Summey, P. D.. Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Fordham. R. O. 

Rhvne. A. P. H. 

Holland. A. R. 

Hoffman. J. P. 

Lewis, .T. R. 

Brown. Green. 

Tarrett, C. J. 

Humphrey, J. F. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hoffman Hotel. 

White Hotel. 

Rhyne. .T. F. 

LTVERY STABLES. 

Rhyne. J. F. 

Hartsoe. J. A. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Robinson Ginning Co. 

Humphrey, J. F.. Ginning Co. 

Monarch Cotton Mills. 

Morrowebb Cotton Mills. 

Dallas Cotton Mills. 

Dallas Lumber Co. 



GASTONIA. 

Incorporated in 1ST7. 

Population, 1910. 10.000. 

No. white polls, 648; No. colored 
polls. 151. 

Value real estate. $1,164,870; value 
personal property. $766,636. 



Tax Rate: .$1.40 on the $100. 

Bonded debt. $1,80,000. 

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 — E. G. Pasom. 

R. R. Agent — J. N. Reeder, Southern 
Railway Co., and Carolina & North- 
western Railway Co. 

Express Agent — C. M. Nolen. 

Telegraph Managers — P. N. Glenn. 
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. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Craig. Ralph. 

Hampton. M. L. 

BANKS AND BANKEBS. 

First National Bank — L. L. Jenkins, 
President: S. N. Boyce, Cashier. 

Citizens National Bank — Andrew E. 
Moore, President; A. G. Myers, Cash- 
ier. 

Gaston Loan & Trust Co. — J. Lee 
Robinson, President; E. G. McLurd, 
Cashier. 

BAKERS. 

Todd's Steam Bakery. 

BBICK MANUFACTUBEBS. 

Suggs. J. T. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALEBS. 

Robinson Shoe Co. 

BOOK STOBES. 

Gastonia Book Store. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Hanna. J. N. 

Davis, W. N. 

Bovd, C. W. 

McLean. R. C. 

Sanders. J. A. D. 



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Howe, W. M. 
Wilson, Boyd. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS 

Gastouia Mutual. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS & M'FB'S. 
Craig & Wilsou. 
Coffey, J. H. 

CLUBS. 
Gastonia Commercial Club. 
COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
Modena Cotton Mills, Nos. 1, 2 & 3, 
Trenton Cotton Mills, Nos. 1 & 2. 
Avon Mills. 

Gastonia Cotton Mfg. Co.. Noa. 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: dealers. 

Trakas, C. J. 

Norman, Jim. 

Knuckley, George. 

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. 
Huffsletter, P. R. 

CLOTHIERS AND HEX'S 

FURNISHERS. 
Swann-Slater Co. 
Schnider, H. 

COTTON GINS. 
Gastonia Cotton Oil Co. 
Henry & Bradley. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
Morris Bros. 
Belk, J. M.. Co. 
Thompson Mercantile Co. 
Bfird's. 

Gastouia Bargain House. 
Baltimore Racket. ♦ 

DENTISTS. 
Hoffman, W. H. 
Falls, P. R. 
McConnell. D. B. 
Wilkins. T. A. 
Glenn, E. F. 
Anders, Frank R. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Frost Torrence & Co. 
Kennedy, J. H., & Co. 
Adams Drug Co. 
Abernethv-Shields Drug Co. 

DOCTORS. 
Sloan, J. M. 
Reid. R. M. 
Glenn, L. N. 
Glenn, H. F. 
Wilson. F. G. 



Eddleman, H. M. 

Anders, McG. 
Stovall, A. 

Adams, C. E. 

Garrison, D. A. 

Patrick, Lyttle Neal. 

Quickel, T. C. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

McArthur, S. E. 

Hanna, D. B. 
Ford Bros. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Southern Power Co. 

Spencer Mountain Power Co. 

Gastouia 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. 

Armstrong, C. R. 

Rankin Furniture Co. 

Best & Grady. 

GROCERS. 

Albion Grocery Co. 

Boyd, O. M., & Co. 

Johnson, J. Flem, & Co. 

Barkley, F. D., & Co. 

Shuford Co., The 

HARDWARE 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. 

LAUNDRIES. 

Snowflake Steam Laundry. 
LAWYERS. 

Mangum, A. G. 

Wilson, George W. 

Holland, C. D. 

Jones & Timberlake. 

Garland. P. W., Jr. 

Lewis, Wm. H. 

Bulwinkle, A. L. 

Bellinger, David P. 

Durham, S. J. 



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GASTON COUNTY. 



LIMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 

Henry & Bradley. 
Page Co., The 

MARBLE WORKS. 
White, W. M. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Standard Oil Co. 
Frost, Torrence & Co. 
Gastonia Hardware Co. 
Standard Hardware Co. 
PAINTERS. 
Smith, J. D. 
Owen, M. C. 
Barnes, P. A. 
Barnwell, S. B. 
Smith, Win. 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. 
Loftiu & Co. 
Gazette Publishing Co. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Gastonia Gazette— E. D. Atkins, Ed- 
itor. 

The Gaston Progress— C. A. Eury, 
Editor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Gastonia Insurance & Realty Co. 
Haithcock, George E. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Page Co., The 
Beal, J. L., & Co. 
Henry & Bradley. 

TAILORS. 
Padeett, R. T. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Ford Undertaking Co. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Shelton, E. L. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Frost, Torrence & Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Gaston Plaster Co. (Wood fibre.) 
Coffey, J. H. (Wagons.) 



CHERR YVILUE . 

Incorporated in 1889. 

Population, 1909, 2,200. No. white 
polls, 196; No. colored polls, 3. 

Value real estate, $351,087 ; value per- 
sonal property, $161,753. 

Tax Rate, 55c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — A. H. Huss. 
Chief of Police — G. Lee Beam. 
City Clerk — M. L. Mauney. 
Treasurer — M. L. Mauney. 
Tax Collector — G. Lee Beam. 
City Attorney — D. P. Dellinger. 



City Supt. of Health — W. H. Houser. 
Postmaster — D. S. Thornburg. 
R. R. Agent — E. C. Browne, Sea- 
board Air Line. 
Express Agent — E. C. Browne. 
Telegraph Manager — W. B. May, 
Western Union. 

Telephone Manager — A. L. P. Del- 
linger, Piedmont Telephone Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHCRCHES. 
Baptist— C. T. Tew, Pastor. 
Lutheran — J. C. Deitz, Pastor. 
Methodist — B. James Willson. 
Presbyterian — Rev. Mr. Miller, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Cherry ville Graded School— J. W. 
Strowsell, Principal. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Cherryville Commercial Hotel. 

ARCHITECTS. 
Summit, D. L. S. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
First National Bank — S. S. Mauney, 
President; M. L. Mauney. Cashier. 
BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Cherryville Brick Co. 
Kendrick Bros. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
Rudisill. J. H., & Co. 
Kendrick Merchandise Co. 
Mauney, S. S. 

Cherryville Manufacturing Co. 
Gaston Manufacturing Co. 
Howell, H. W. 
Houser & Wyatt. 

BOOK STORES. 
Ma une v. S. S. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 
Cherrvville Meat Market. 
Beam, J. L., & Co. 
C \RRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'R'S. 
Neill, J. S. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Eagle (Weekly)— L. H. J. Houser, 
Editor. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Eagle Printing Co. 
COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Gaston Manufacturing Co. 
Cherryville Manufacturing Co. 
Vivian Cotton Mills. 
Melville Manufacturing Co. 
Howell Manufacturing Co. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Sumner, T. E. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Kendick Bros. 
Stroup, C. P. & Bro. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Rudisill, J. H., & Co. 
Kendrick Mercantile Co. 
Mauney, S. S. 

COTTON GINS. 

Stroup, C. P., & Bro. 
Model Ginning Co. 



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DENTISTS. 

Morrison, R. J. 

DOCTORS. 
Howell, A. W. 
Houser, W. H. 
Falls, B. F. 
Self, L. L. 

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. 
Sumner, T. E. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 
Houser, J. B. 
Gardner & Aderholdt. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Howell, A. W. 
Mauney, S. S. 
Kendriek Mercantile Co. 

GROCERS. 
Houser, A. L. 
Black, C. H. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Cherrvville Hardware Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Gates, W. D. (Fire and Live Stock). 
Mauney, M. L. (Fire and Life.) 

JEWELERS. 
Houser, O. J. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 
Stroup, C. P.. & Bro. 
Gardner & Aderholdt. 
Styres, W. J. T. 

PAINTERS. 
Young, Robert. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Carpenter, M. 
Houser, A. L. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Mauney, S. S. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Mauney, S. S. 
Kendick Bros. 



McADENVTLIiE. 

Population, 1900: 1.500. 

No. white polls, 150. 

Tax Rate: 331 -3c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 
. Mayor — G. L. Wright. 

Chief of Police — J. C. Pool. 

City Clerk— J. H. Wagstaff. 

Treasurer — J. P. Kimbro. 

Tax Collector — S. B. Brymer. 

Postmaster — J. H. Wagstaff. 

R. R. Agent — .T. L. Thompson, 
Southern Railway Co. 

Express Agent — .T. L. Thompson. 

Telegraph Manager — Mr. Holmes, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Telephone Managers — R. B. Babing- 



ton, Gastonia. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — J. H. Vipperman, Pastor. 
Methodist — R. S. Howie, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
McAdemille Village School — Miss 
Ida Rankin, Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Reid, Mrs. J. B. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
Cataba Store Co. 
Reid, J. R. 
Stafford & Nipper. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Roberts & Iugle. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
The McAden Mills. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Rumfelt, G. W. 
Cataba Store Co. 
Reid, J. R. 
Taylor Drug Co. 
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. 
Rumfelt, G. W. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Roberts & Ingle. 

GROCERS. 
Cataba Store Co. 
Reid, J. R. 
Stafford & Nipper. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
The McAden Mills. (Yarns and 
cloth.) 



STANLEY. 

Incorporated in 1S70. 

Population, 1909: 600. 

Value real estate, $400,000 ; value per- 
sonal property, $500,000. 

Tax Rate: 35c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. G. Rutledge. 

Postmaster — .T. L. Shelton. 

Chief of Police — M. A. Turbyfleld. 

R. R. Agent — A. C. Taylor, Seaboard 
Air Line Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — A. C. Taylor, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — B. Wilson, Pastor. 

Baptist — I. C. Newton, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — S. L. Cathey, Pastor. 

Lutheran — R. H. Cline, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Stanley High School— R. H. Cline, 
Principal. 



GASTON COUNTY. 



BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Farmers & Merchants Bank — W. L. 
Jen kins, President; J. M. Reinhardt, 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Hunter, M. C. 

Quickel, T. C. 

Hoffman, M. E. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Carpenter, B. F. 

GENERAL, MERCHANDISE. 

Rutledge-Thompson Co. 

Boyd, A. L. 

Carpenter, B. F. 

Bost, E. W. 

Stanley Mercantile Co. 

Smith, L. L. 

Rankin, J. A. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Peterson, M. B. 

Rankin, J. A. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Rankin, J. A. 

Smith, Li. L. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Stanley Mfg. Co. 

Stanley Creamery. 

Smith & Pegram. (Gin and saw 
mill.) 



HARDEN'S MILLS. 

Population, 400. 

Value real estate, $150,000 ; value per- 
sonal property, $50,000. 

Postmaster — O. D. Carpenter. 
R. R. Agent — O. D. Carpenter, As- 
sistant Agent. 

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 Mfg. Co. (Cotton mill, flour 
mill, saw mill, cotton gin.) 



MT. HOLLY. 

Incorporated in 1SS9. 

Tax Rate: 50c. on the $100 and $1.50 
on poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — H. A. Rhyne. 

Postmaster — R. M. Jenkins. 

Chief of Police — J. W. Patterson. 

R. R. Agent — J. J. Holland, Sea- 
board Air Line. 

Manager Telegraph — J. J. Holland, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Lutheran — W. J. Boger, Pastor. 

Methodist — J. A. Bowles, Pastor. 

Baptist — D. E. Vipperman, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — S. L. Cathey, Pastor. 



SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Mt. Holly Graded School— J. B. Hen- 
son, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Mount Holly Bank — H. A. Rhyne, 
President ; J. A. Costner, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
McCoy, T. M. 
Rhyne, R. E. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Holland Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Cannon-Torrence Co. 
Hutchison & Davenport. 
Farror Bros. 
Tucker & Springs. 
Howard, H. A. 
HOT-ELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Central Hotel. 
Riverview Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Dunn, T. A. 
West, A. J. 

COTTON MILLS. 
Albion Cotton Mills Co. 
Mt. Holly Cotton Mills Co. 
Woodlawn Mfg. Co. 
Nims Mfg. Co. 
Armon Mfg. Co. 
Tuckaseigee Mfg. Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Holland, J. W., & Co. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 
Mt. Holly. 

COTTON GINS. 
Mt. Holly Cotton Gin Co. 



LOWELL. 

Population, 1909: White, 800; col- 
ored, 200; total, .1,000. 

Value real estate, $300,000. 
Tax Rate: 25c. on the $100 and 75c. 
on poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor— P. W. Hand. 
Postmaster — M. A. Teague. 
Chief of Police — C. A. Dellinger. 
R. R. Agent — J. L. Thompson, 
Southern Railway. 

Managers Telegraph — W. H. Holmes, 
P. A. Titman, Western Union Tel. Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Presbyterian — R. A. Miller, Pastor. 
Methodist— M. D. Hix, Pastor. 
Baptist — Rev. Mr. Newton, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Lowell High School — John Ramseur, 
Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Robinson. Frank. 
Reid, J. W. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Robinson Co., The 

LAWYERS. 
Miller, R. A., Jr. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Lowell Mercantile Co. 
Teague. M. A., Co. 



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Leonhardt, A. R. 
Nipper, C. W. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Leonhardt, B. F. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Mitchem, D. W. 
Haoimett, J. I. 

SAW MILLS. 
Harrison & Ellington. 

COTTON GINS. 
Harrison & Ellington. 
Ford. W. T. 

UNDERTAKERS. 
Grover, Jno. W. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Grover, John W. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Lowell Cotton Mill, Nos. 1 iV _'. 
Peerless Mfg. Co. 
Lowell Bottling Works. 



BESSEMER CITY. 

Incorporated in 1S91. 

Population, 1909: White, 2,000; col- 
ored, 400; total, 2,400. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty, $211,703. 

Tax Rate: 40c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — R. H. Garren. 

Postmaster — J. P. Chandler. 

Chief of Police — J. M. Horner. 

Sanitary Officer— R. P. Rollins. 

R. R. Agent— P. M. Wheeler. 

Manager Telegraph — J. R. Bell, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — S. S. Oliver, Pastor. 

A. R. P.— Not called. 

Baptist — J. L. Hobbs, Pastor. 

Lutheran — John Hall, Pastor. 

Episcopal — W. H. Harden, Rector. 

Methodist — J. F. Armstrong, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — T. Williams, 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Bessemer City Graded School — D. C. 
Johnson, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bessemer City Bank — L. L. Jenkins, 
President : John J. Orman, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Royster, T. H. 

Garren, R. H. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Detlier, E. E. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Bessemer Mercantile Co. 

Garrison & Dether. 

Soba & George. 

Kennedy, R. C. 

Mauney, C. B. 

Rudiers & Dixon. 

Mitchell, C. A. 

Morton, J. D. 

Fromberger & Co. 

Hen d rick, A. L. 



NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Messenger (Weekly) — John Finch- 
back, Editor. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Williams, Mrs. Sue. 
Swift, Mrs. George. 
Mason, Mrs. E. L. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Tate & Clark. 
Gamble, W. A. 

LAWYERS. 
Durham, S. J. 
Whiting, C. E. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Osage Cotton Mills. 

Huss, C. J., Mfg. Co. (Cotton.) 

Mascot Cotton Mills. 

Smith Milling Co. 

Acron Cotton Mills. 



BELMONT. 

Incorporated in 1905. 

Population, 1909: White, 1,400; col- 
ored, 100; total, 1,500. 

Value real estate, $700,000; value 
personal property, $100,000. 

Tax Rate: 20c. on the $100. 
TOAVN OFFICERS. 

Mayoi — A. K. Hembree. 

Postmastei — J. W. Armstrong. 

Chief of Police— H. C. Traywick. 

R. R. Agent — A. K. Hembree, South- 
ern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — D. P. Stowe, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — R. A. Miller, Pastor. 

Baptist — Rev. Mr. Austin, Pastor. 

COLLEGES. 

St. Mary College Faculty. 

RT. REV. LEO HAID, O. S. B., D. 
D., President; Moral Theology and 
Sacred Eloquence. 

REV. F. THOMAS, O. S. B., Vice- 
President ; Church History, Sacred 
Scriptures, Classics, English and His- 
tory. 

V. REV. F. FELIX, O. S. B., D. D., 
Dogmatic Theology, Natural Theo- 
logy, Canon Law, Liturgy and Latin. 

V. REV. F. MELCHIOR, O. S. B., 
First Commercial. 

REV. F. IGNATIUS, O. S. B., Sec- 
ond Academic. 

REV. F. AUGUSTINE, O. S. B., 
First Academic Mathematics of Fresh- 
man Class. 

REV. F. EUGENE, O. S. B., Second 
Commercial. 

REV. F. JAMES, O. S. B., Mental 
Philosophy, History of Philsophy, 
Elocution, English and Greek. 

REV. F. ALPHONSE, O. S. B., 
Composition, History, Typewriting, 
TPainting and Penmanship. 

REV. F. WILLIAM, O. S. B., Third 
Commercial. 



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REV. F. MICHAEL, O. S. B., Me- 
dia nic-il and Architectural Drawing, 
Algebra and Geometry. 

REV. F. RAPHAEL, O. S. B., Fresh- 
man and Phonography. 

REV. F. FRANCIS, O. S. P... Music, 
English, of Third Commercial. 

FR. PHILIP, O. S. B.. Chemistry, 
Curator of Museum. 

FR. MARTIN, O. S. B.. German. 
BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Belmont — R. L. Stowe. 
President; 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, J. 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 <Sr Leeper. 



GATES COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, GATESVILLE. 



General Horatio Gates. 



Population: (Census 1910), 10,455. 

Formed in 1770. Named in honor of 

Area: 360 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $1,195,268; value of personal propertv, $767,414. 

Property listed in 1009 bv whites, $1,765,585; bv negroes, S197.097: hv In- 
dians. $34,474. 

No. of Sehools: For whites. 31; for negroes. 23. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 23 2-3c. on "the $100; special, 
bonded debt. $6,650. 

Puhlio Roads: No. miles, 400. Worked under old State 

RAILROAD. TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 14.84 miles, assessed value .... 

Southern Exnress Company, assessed value 

Southern Railway — Rolling Stock, assessed value 22.199.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 4.422.18 

Norfolk Southern Railroad. 20.80 miles, assessed value 207.231.30 



10c. County 

Law. 

.$434,900.60 
3.296.70 



North State Telephone Company, assessed value 
Albemarle Steam Navigation Company, assessed value .. 

Pullman Company, assessed value 

Superior Court Terms: Fifth Monday after the first 
and September of each year, one week each term. 



Monday in 



1,432.00 

1.650.00 

2.885.10 

March 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— W. T. Cross, 
Gatesville. 

Sheriff — J. A. Brown. Gatesville. 

Register of Deeds — Thos. E. Hofler. 
Gatesville. 

Treasurer — R. W. Galling. Gates. 

Coroner — George C. Brooks, Sun- 
bury. 

Surveyor — W. F. Eason, Gatesville. 

Co. Supt. of Health— W. O. P. Lee, 
Gates. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— T. W. Costen, 
Jr., Gates. 

Sunt, of County Home — Mrs. Mary 
E. Riddick, Gatesville. 

Co. Board of Education — John S. 
Felton. Sarem; R. W. Simpson, Trot- 
vine: E. R. Roberts. Gatesville. 

County Commissioners — • T. A 
Pearre. (chrm."). Drum Hill: T. .T. Car- 



L. 



Rountree, 



ter. Hobbsville: 
Acorn. 

County Board of Elections — John 
G. Cross. Gatesville: A. P. Godwin, 
Gatesville: Kindred Parker, Eure. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Gatesville Townshin — 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. Harrell. Eure; J. 
T. Banks. Eure: J. R. Brown. Eure; 
R. C. Cowper. Gates. 

Revnoldson — 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: 



GATES COUNTY. 



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; 
Llewellyn Spivey, Willow; C. W. 
Hill. Bosley. 

Mintonsville — W. A. Ellis. Vivian ; 
G. T. Bunch, Hobbsville; W. H. 
Speisiht, Trotville. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Robinson, B. P., Gates. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Sunbury School — J. R. MeLendon, 
Principal, Sunbury. 

Reynoldson School — Mrs. T. W. 
Casterprin, Principal, Gates. 

Hobbsville School— W. A. Sykes, 
Principal. Hobbsville. 

Drum Hill School— Mrs. Sallie Ed- 
wards Price. Principal. Drum Hill. 

3Iiddle Swamp School — Miss Ellen 
Wvnne. Principal, Drum Hill. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Lee, W. O. P., Gates. 

Smith, R. C. Gates. 

Carbell, E. F., Sunbury. 

Brooks, Georc:e>C., Sunbury. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Harrell. M. D., & Co., Eure. 

Harrell & Rowles, Eure. 

Felton, R. C, Eure. 

Catling, G. D., Roduco. 

Parker, C. C, Roduco. 

Harrell, D. S., Topsy. 

Parker, J. W., Sarem. 

Parker, L. W., Gates. 

Wilkins. W. S.. Gates. 

Hayes. R. W., Gates. 

A. M. Jenkins, Gates. 

Matthews, W. L., & Co.. Drum Hill. 

King, E. L., Drum Hill. 

Pearce, T. A., Drum Hill. 

Winborne & Co., Drum Hill. 

Mathias, H. E.. Drum Hill. 

Savage, C. C, Corapeake. 

Jones, C. W., Corapeake. 

Brin kley, J. J., Corapeake. 

Pearce, T. M., Corapeake. 

Beaman, E. F., Corapeake. 

Rountree, L. M., Corapeake. 

Copeland, C. F., Sunbury. 

Pierce, I .F., Sunbury. 

Miles, J. V., Sunbury. 

Benton, H. C, Sunbury. 

Corbitt, J. E., & Co., Sunbury. 

Rountree, L. A., Acorn. ' 

Ward & Son, Bosley. 

Hofler, S. W., & Co., Bosley. 

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. H., Merchants Mills. 
Lawrence, C. M., Gates. 

COTTON GINS. 

Cowper, Riddick & Co., Gatesville. 
Johnson, A. M., Eure. 
Lawrence, C. M., Gates. 
Willey, J. F., Gates. 
Parker. L. W., Gates. 
Eure, M. A., Corapeake. 
Benton. H. C, Sunbury. 
Cross & Co., Sunbury. 
Blanchard & Rountree, Willow. 
Whedbee. J. S., Drum Hill. 
FLOIR, CORN AND FEED MIEES. 

Merchant Mills Co., Merchant Mills. 
Story Bros., Eure. 
Cross & Co., Sunnury. 
Tavlor, W. H., Eure. 
Lillev, J. M., Gatesville. 

SAW MILLS. 
Denton. H. C, Sunbury. 
Cross & Co., Sunbury. 
Story Bros., Eure. 
Merchant Mills Co., Merchant Mills. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Williams. R. E., Gatesville. 
Brown, Mrs. J. A., Gatesville. 
Outland, R. W., Gatesville. 
Walton, Miss Llzz?e, Gatesville. 
Walton, Miss Margaret, Gatesville. 
MeLendon, J. R., Sunbury. 
Moring, Miss Lelia. Sunbury. 
Harrell, 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. M'ss Lizzie, Corapeake. 
Morgan, Miss Lucy Lee, Corapeake. 
Harrell. Miss Bertie. Eure. 
Harrell, Miss Oma, Eure. 
Banks. Miss Mattie, Eure. 
Eure. Mrs. Mollie, Eure. 
Eason, Miss Lizzie, Eure. 
Costen. Mrs. T. W.. Jr., Gates. 
Lawrence. Miss Mabel, Gates. 
Hines, Miss Velma, Gates. 
Carroll, Miss Gretchen. Gates. 
Williams. Miss Lizzie. Gates. 
Williams. Miss Mary, Gates. 
White, Miss Mattie, Hobbsville. 
White, Miss Lizzie, Hobbsville. 
Sykes. W. A., Hobbsville. 
Kitchin, Miss Gertrude, Hobbsville. 
Jones, Miss Louise, Bosley. 
Jones, Miss Alvah. Drum Hill. 
Edwards, Miss Sallie, Drum Hill. 
Gatling, Miss Maidee, Gates. 
Morgan, Mrs. J. L., Corapeake. 



GATESVIMjE. 

Incorporated in 1877. 

Population. 1900: White. 200; col- 
ored, 40; total, :;00. 

Value real estate, $45,000; value 
personal property, $95,050. 

Tax Rate:. 20c. on the $100. 



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TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — John B. Walker. 
Postmaster — J. H. Hofler. 
Chief of Foliee — Tonie Felton. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — T. L. Brown, Pastor. 
Methodist— W. II. Brown. 
Episeopal — John B. Gibbs, Rector, 
Windsor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Gatesville High School— R. E. Wil- 
liams, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Gates — L. L. Smith. Presi- 
dent ; Robert R. Taylor, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Williams, George I>. 



DRUGGISTS. 

Roberts, A. R. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Riddick, R. M. 
Black & Cohen. 
Hofler, J. L. 

Cowper, R. B. G., & Son. 
Hayes, W. R. 
Riddick, Willis. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Hayes, W. R. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Hofler, J. L. 
Riddick. L. C. 
Hayes, W. R. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Trotman. Q. H. 



GRAHAM COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, ROBBINSVILLE. 



of Hon. W. A. Graham. 



Population: (Census 1910), 4.749. 

Formed in 1S<2. Named in honor 

Area: 302 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $919,055; value of personal property, $298,381. 

Propery listed in 1910, by whites, $1,182,942 ; by Indians, $34,474. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 25; for Indians, 1. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 23 2-3c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 
22 l-3c. County bonded debt. $2,000. 

Public Roads: Worked bv free labor. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 
Snow Bird Valley Railroad Company, 6.00 miles, assessed value.... $ 7.778.05 

Superior Court Terms: Second Monday after first Monday in March (two 
weeks)': first Monday in September (two weeks). 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— Earl P. Tatham, 
Robbinsville. 

Sheriff — J. A. Amnions, Robbinsville. 

Register of Deeds— Robt. B. Slaugh- 
ter, Robbinsville. 

Treasurer — J. D. Orr, Millsnps. 

Coroner — J. W. Wheeler, Rough. 

Surveyor — James Crisp, Johnson. 

Co. Supt. of Health— M. T. Maxwell, 
Robbinsville. 

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, Robbinsville. 

County Commissioners — John Dey- 
fon, (chrm.). Robbinsville; W. Caring- 
er, Yellow Creek ; J. D. Jenkins, 
Stecoah. 

County Board of Elections — N. G. 
Phillips, Robbinsville; J. W. Crisp, 
Stecoah, J. D. Jenkins, Stecoah. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Cheoah Township — N. G. Phillips, 
Robbinsville; B. L. C. Tull, Robbins- 
ville: Walter B. Wiggins.. Robbins- 
ville. 

Stecoah— D. A. Taylor. Brock; G. H. 
Garland, Tuskeegee; M. A. Crisp, 
Stecoah; P. G. Green. Stecoah. 

Yellow Creek — J. H. Ditaiere, Yel- 



Yellow 



low Creek ; K. M. Grant, 
Creek ; J. W. Crisp, Stecoah. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

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. 

Yellow Creek. 
Santeetlah. 
Tuskeegee. 
Tuskeegee. 
Stecoah. 
Kanawha Hardwood Co., Snowbird. 
Edwards, J. C, Japan. 
West & Campbell, Tulula. 
Mortt, C. D„ Japan. 
FLOIR, CORxV AND FEED MILLS. 
Harwood, P. P.. Cheoah. 
Hyde. J. A., Robbinsville. 
Wiggins, P. A., Robbinsville. 
Rogers, T. L.. Cheoah. 
SAW MILLS. 
McMullen, W. H, Yellow Creek. 



Brooks, J. E., 
Hill. Charley. 
Parker, D. W. 
(iolden. J. D. 
Crisp, Joel L., 



GRAHAM— GRANVILLE. 



Harwood, 
Harwood, 
Harwood, 
Harwood, 



Kanawha Hardwood Co., Andrews. 
Whiting Mfg. Co., Japan. 
Slaughter, J. P., Robbinsville. 
Cody & Holloway. Checoah. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS.. 

P. L., Cheoah. 

Miss Lena, Cheoah. 

Miss Rena. Cheoah. 

Miss Ola, Cheoah. 
Crisp, Miss Lutie, Cheoah. 
Buchanan, Miss Luetta, Stecoah. 
Crisp, W. F., Stecoah. 
Ghormley, Miss Annie, Robbiusville. 
Rogers, L. H., Robbinsville. 
Moody, J. H., Robbinsville. 
Hvde, J. A., Robbinsville. 
Wakefield, C, Robbinsville. 
Christopher, P .A., Robbinsville. 
Rogers, W. N., Robbinsville. 
Cody, E. C, Cheoah. 
Howell, Miss Rosa, Andrews. 
Moody, Miss Lillie, Rough. 
Wardrip, Miss Lillie, Cheoah. 

Wardrip, Miss Lucy, Cheoah. 
Ditmore, Miss Roselle, Millsaps. 
Philips, Miss Lillie, Millsaps. 
Philips, Miss Rilla, Millsaps. 
Wall, Miss Laura, Johnson. 
Caringer, Miss Electer, Yellow 
Creek. 

Moss, J. S., Tuskeegee. 
Garland, Miss Nellie, Brock. 



Deyton, Miss Lizzie, Robbinsville. 
Christopher, Mrs. Lela, Robbinsville. 



ROBBINSVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1891. 
Population, 1909, 150. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — N. C. Christopher. 
Postmaster — W. H. Eller. 
Chief of Police — Bart Snyder. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Presbyterian — F. M. Eversole, Pas- 
tor. 
Methodist — J. J. Matney, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Robbinsville Academy — C. B. Year- 
gan, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Maxwell, M. T. 
Orr, C. V. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Maxwell & Orr. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Walker, G. B. 
Grant & Brooks. 
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. 

Population: (Census 1910). 25,102. 

Formed in 1746. Named in honor of Lord John Carteret, Earl of Gran- 
ville, Grant from Charles II. 

Area: 750 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $2,730,207; value of personal property, $2,211,529. 

Property listed in 1910, by whites, $4,356,096; by negroes, $369,777. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 55; for negroes, 44. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 95c. on the $100. 

County bonded debt, $112,000. 

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, 43.80 miles, assessed value 1,276,032.55 

Atlautic and Danville Railway Company, 2.20, assessed value. . 22,000.00 
North and South Carolina Railway Company, 3.73 miles, as- 
sessed value '. . . 11,190.00 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 16,092.00 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Company, 22.36 miles, assessed value 448,351.09 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 6,870.90 

Southside Telephone Company, assessed value 720.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 4,453.95 

Oxford and Coast Line Railroad, 4.51 miles, assessed value 29,550.00 

Pullman Company, assessed value 389.40 

Superior Court Terms: Fourth Monday before 1st Monday in March; Stb 
Monday after 1st Monday in March; 5th Monday before 1st Monday in 
September; 11th Monday after 1st Monday in September. 



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COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — J. G. Shotwell, 
Oxford. 

Sheriff— Sam M. Wheeler, Oxford. 
Register of Deeds — Jas. B. Powell, 
Oxford. 

Treasurer— \V. T. Lyon, Oxford. 
Coroner — W. D. Bryan, Oxford. 
Co. Supt. of Health — Samuel D. 
Booth, Oxford. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — Fred Webb, 
Oxford. 

Supt. of Co. Horn*; — W. S. Daniel, 
Oxford. 

Co. Board of Education — J. A. Mor- 
ris, Oxford; T. G. Currin, Oxford; E. 
B. Meadows, Oxford, R. F. D. No. 1. 
County Commissioners — Robert W. 
Lassiter, (chrrn.), Oxford, R. F. D. ; 
Ralph Currin, Oxford, R. F. D. ; 
B. I. Breedlove, Oxford, R. F. D. ; 
W. P. Wilkinson, Oxford, R. F. D. ; 
H. C. Floyd, Oxford, R. F. D. 

County Board of Elections — F. W. 
Hancock, Oxford ; T. Lanier, Oxford ; 
W. S. Gooch, 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. D. No. 4; J. B. Adcock, 
Moriah, R. F. D. No. 1; M. S. Sat- 
terwhite. Oxford. R. F. D. No. 4. 

Oak Hill— D. T. Winston. Virgilina, 
Ya.. R. F. D. No. 2; L. S. Royster, 
Virgilina, Ya.; J. N. Watkins, Vir- 
gilina, Ya.. R. F. D. No. 2; R. I. 
Mulchi, Virgilina, Va., R. F. D. No. 
2; .T. W. Wilborn, Virgilina, Va.. R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Sassafras Fork— I. T. Green, Oxford, 
R. F. D. No. 5; S. J. Currin, Stovall; 
R. A. Norwood, Bullock; Wilkins 
Stovall, Stovall; W. B. Royster, Bul- 
lock. 

Salem — B. I. Breedlove, Oxford, R. 
F. D. No. 5: E. A. Hunt, Oxford, R. 
F. D. No. 5; R. O. Smith, Oxford. 11. 
F. D. No. 7; A. S. Green, Oxford, R. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Oxford— W. T. Lyon, Oxford; T. N. 
Burwell, Oxford; C. H. Cheatham. Ox- 
ford. R. F. D. No. 3; H. F. Cole. Ox- 
ford; D. C. Hunt. Oxford; Thomas I). 
Waller, Oxford: S. V. Ellis, Oxford. 

Fishing Creek — E. C. Harris, Ox- 
ford. R. F. D. No. 3; Thomas G. Tay- 
lor, Oxford. R. F. D. No. 2; C. R. 
Gordon. Oxford, R. F. D. No. 2; A. 
P. Overton, Franklinton, R. F. D. No. 
1; W. S. Howell. R. F. D. ; J. R. 
Renn, Oxford. R. F. D. No. 6. 

Brassfleld— E. J. Jenkins. Wilton; 
W. P. White, Sr.. Franklinton, R. F. 
D. No. 1; G. L. Allen, Creedroooro, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Butch ville — J. L. Peed. Cree<1 more: 



R. G. Stem, Hester, R. F. D. ; J. N. 
Tillev, Stem, R. £-. D. No. 1; M. L. 
Coley, Northside, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Tally Ho — W. B. Horner, Hargrove; 
L. L. Crews. Tar River; W. S. Gooch, 
Stem; J. P. Cannady, Oxford, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Hester, W. S., Salem. 
Martin, J. L., Creedmoor. 
Robinson, C. W., Dutchville. 
Coleman, James F., Stovall. 
Usrv, E. G., Oxford Township. 
SCHOOLS AND ACABEMIES. 

Creedmoor High School — J. A. 
Pitts, Principal, Creedmoor. 

Stem High School— W. L. Woodard, 
Principal, Stem. 

Knap of Reeds High School — G. J. 
Green, Principal, Lyons. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Taylor, William, Stovall. 

Morris, J. A., Oxford. 

Sanderford, J. F., Creedmoor. 

Hardee, P. R., Stem. 

Meadows, E. B., Culbreth. 

Lawrence. T. B., Wilton. 

Bullock, B. W., Hester. 

Thompson, Jos. Creedmoor. 

Svkes, G. T.. Grissom. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Russell & Russell. Berea. 

Robards, C. J.. Stem, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Green, A. S., Dexter. 

Allen. J. D., Hargrove. , 

Gooch, J. H.. Stem. 

Gregory, R. T., Stovall. 

Rcyster. J. A., & Son. Bullock. 

Lyon, S. C, Creedmoor. 

Wasrstaff & Co.. Creedmoor. 

Fleming Bros., Northside. 

Cannady. T. L., Wilton. 

Gooch. W. S., Stem. 

Daniel, Sid, Oxford. 

Newton Bros.. Berea. 

Puckett. R. C. Stovall. 

Cannady, Nat, Wilton. 

Gooch Bros.. Wilton. 

Evans, S. M., Oak Hill. 

Evans, J. H.. Satterwhite. 

Wright, J. W., Cornwall. 

Currin, W. C. R. F. D. 

Grpsham, J. T. 

Coleman. H. C. & Co., Lyons. 

Lyon. A. A., Lyons. 

Perrv. A. G.. Creedmoor, R. F. D. 
COTTON GINS. 

Cannady, Wyatt E.. Wilton. 

Parham Ginninsr Co., Oxford. 

Faucett. Nat. Wilton. 
PUBLIC 'SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Howell. W. S.. Kittrell. 

Routen. Miss Lelia. Oxford. 

Renn. Miss Marv. Oxford, R. F. D 
No. 6. 

Hester. Miss Dixie, Oxford. R. F. D 
No. 1. 



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Strother, Miss Ruby, Oxford, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Bryan, Miss Annie, Oxford. 

Harris, Miss Hattie, Oxford, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Aiken, Miss Lucile, Oxford, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Moss, Mrs. Oscar, Oxford, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

York, Miss Iola, Creedmoor. 

Lane, Miss Ivey, Creedmoor. 

Pool, Miss Sophia, Youngsville, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Jenkins, Miss Ora, Youngsville, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Daniel, Miss Jean, Creedmoor. 

York, Miss Ethel, Creedmoor. 

Hardy, Miss Ruth, Hester. 

Fuller, Miss Sudie, Hester. 

Mitchell, Miss Juliet, Franklinton, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Green, G. J., Lyons. 

Hundley, Miss Katie Lee, Lyons. 

Umstead, Miss Urrna, Stem. 

Dameron, Miss Bessie, Lyons. 

Clayton, Miss Alma, Lyons. 

Pitts, J. A., Creedmoor. 

Edwards, Miss Ada, Creedmoor. 

Allen, Mrs. O. B., Creedmoor. 

Lawrence, Mrs. Charles, Creedmoor. 

Hardy, Miss Mary, Creedmoor. 

Clement, Miss Ella, Northside. 

Holmes, Miss Ethel, Northside. 

Hester, Miss Fannie, Northside. 

Clement, Miss Zelma, Creedmoor. 

Washington, Miss Ettie, Oxford, R. 
F. D. No. 6. 

Overton, Miss Dora, Stem. 

Jones, Miss Hallie, Stem. 

Mangum, Miss Bessie, Stem. 

Brinkley, W. A. Stem. 

Rhew, Miss Asa, Moriah. 

Bowling, Miss Corine, Stem. 

Howard, Miss Bessie, Oxford, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Fuller, Miss Carrie, Hargrove. 

Allen, Miss Mary Willie, Hargrove. 

Smith, Miss Grizzelle, Tar River. 

Renn, Miss Myrtle, Oxford, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Adcock, Miss Allie, Berea. 

Riggs, Miss Mattie, Berea. 

Adcock, Miss Nannie Lou, Oxford. 

Daniel, Miss Bailey, Oxford, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Wood, Miss Addie, Oxford, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Miss Celia Winslow, Oxford, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Phipps, Miss Cora, Oxford, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Webb, Miss Mary, Oxford, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Amis, Miss Lillie, Virgilina, Va., R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Hart, Miss Mary, Virgiliana, Va., 
R. F. D. No. 2. 



Satterfield, Miss Annie, Virgilina, 
Va., R. F. D. 

Pool, Miss Novie Sue, Virgilina, Va. 

Pattillo, Miss Lulian, Virgilina, Va. 

Jenkins, Miss Dora, Oxford, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Floyd, Miss Jewel, Bullock. 

Boyd, Miss Sue, Bullock. 

Smith, Roy, Stovall. 

Roller, Miss Hallie, Stovall. 

Ragland, Miss Alma, Nelson, Va. 

Sails, Miss Helen, Oxford, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Breedlove, Miss Ethel, Oxford, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Gray, Miss Ethel, Oxford, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Parham, Miss Mamie, Oxford, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Clayton, Miss Janie, Oxford, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Fleming, Miss Isabel, Oxford, R. F. 
D. No. 7. 

Carrington, Mrs. N. M., Oxford, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Eakes, Miss Etta, Oxford, R. F. D. 
No. 7. 



OXFORD. 

Population, 1909, 4,500; No. white 
polls. 263; colored polls, 134. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty, $1,538,000. 

Tax Rate: $1.20 on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $S0,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — D. G. Brummitt. 

Chief of Toliee — Luther Roberts. 

City Clerk— W. H. White. 

Treasurer — R. B. Hines. 

Tax Collector — R. B. Hines. 

Standard-Keeper — Joe Baird. 

City Health Officer— T. L. Booth. 

City Attorney — D. G. Brummitt. 

Postmaster — J. W. Brown. 

R. R. Agents — 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 .H. 
Marsh, J. A. Stradley, R. I. Devin. 

Episcopal— F. H. T. Horsfield, Pas- 
tor. 

Methodist — F. M. Shamburger, A. S. 
Barnes. 

Presbyterian — 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. 



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HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Exchange Hotel. 

I (xford Hotel. 

Currin, 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. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 
< )xford Buggy Co. 
Taylor-Cannady Buggy Co. 
Horner Bros. Co. 
Bullock & Crenshaw. 
CLUBS. 
Granville Commercial Club. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Horner Bros. Co. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
Oxford Cotton Mills. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Dames & Cahoulas. 
Sizemore Bros. 
Hall. J. G. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Oxford Manufacturing Co. 
Oxford Ice Company. 
Burwell, T. N. 
S. C. Averett. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

The Long Company. 
Landis & Eaton. 
Perkinson & Green. 
Crenshaw, E. H., Co. 
Cohen & Son. 
Brooks, J. D. 
Horner Bros. Co. 

COTTON GINS. 
Parham Ginning Co. 

DENTISTS. 
Davis. I. H. 
Henderson, L. V. 
Fort, C. D. H. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Lyon's Drug Store. 



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. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 
Oxford Water & Electric Co. 
FRUIT DEALERS. 

Dames & Cahoulas. 
Sizemore Bros. 
Tavlor Bros. 
Hall. J. G. 
Thomas. L. 

Breedlove & McParlnnd. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'RS. 

Bullock & Mitchell. 

Horner Bros. Co. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Tavlor Bros. 
Slaughter, S. L. 
Turner Bros. 

FURNITURE. DEALERS. 

Wood, J. Robert. 
Upchurch Bros. 

GROCERS. 

White. J. F.. Co. (Wholesale). 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Landis. C. H. 
Medford, J. J. 
Baird & Chamblee. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Granville Real Estate Co. (Life and 
Fire). 

Roller. J, 
White, J. 
Fuller & 



Oxford 



P... & Son (Fire). 
F. H. (Life). 
Lyon (Fire). 
JEWELERS. 
Jewelry Co. 
LAWYERS. 
B. S. 



Rovster, 
Hicks, A. A. 
Graham & Devin. 
Stem, T. G. 
Drummitt. D. G. 
Lanier, T. 
Lassiter, Ben. K. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. 

Ray, C. D. 
Turner, L. B. 
Cannady. W. E. 
Granville Lumber 
MACHINERY 7 
Lewellvu, E. M. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Oxford Cotton Mills. 
Taylor-Caimady Buggy Co 
Oxford Buggy Co. 



AND DEALERS. 



Co. 
DEALERS. 



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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, J. L\ 
Longniire. R. A. 
Eatman, H. H. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Medford. J. J. (Wholesale). 

PLUMBERS. 
Starnes, R. E. 
Montgomery, P. H., & Co. 
PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Brinklev & Washington. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Britt Printery. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Orphan's Friend — John Nichols, Edi- 
tor. 

Oxford Public Ledger — Pinnix & 
Pinnix, Editors. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Granville Real Estate and Trust Co. 
Granville Lumber Co. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Turner, L. B. 
Oxford Manufacturing Co. 

MERCHANTS. 
Brooks, J. D. 
Paris Dry Goods Co. 
Carrol & Ferguson. 
Sizernore, J. T. 

BARBERS. 
McDonald & Adcock. 
Weeks, E. F. 
Anderson & Mangum. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Wood, J. Robert. 
Upchurch Bros. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Landis, C. H. 
Baird & Chamblee. 

TOBACCO WAREHOUSES. 
Farmers. 
Banner. 
Owen. 
Johnson, Mancum & Watkins. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Mangum & Smith. 
Critcher & Boyd. 
Williford, A. 
Nelson & Watkins (sales only). 



CREEDMOOR. 

Incorporated in 1904. 

Population, 1909: Whites, 500; col- 
ored. 200; total. 700. 

Value real estate, $150,000; value 
personal property, $50,000. 

Tax Rate: .°.0c. on the $100. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. L. Peed. 

Postmaster — J. E. Purguson. 

Chief of Police— J. T. Curl. 

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 First National Bank — J. B. 
Mason, President; W. B. Lasley, 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Lyon. Z. E. 

Lyon, S. C. 

Lyon, A. A. 

Peed, J. L. 

Mangum. H. D. 

Perry, T. H. 

Perry, Z. T. 

Sandlin. W. D. 

Cobb, J. S. 

S. W. Miner. 

Emory, L. D. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Garner Drug Store. 
Sauderford Drug Store. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Curl, A. L., & Co. 
Curl-Perry Co. 
Rogers, B. G. 
Creedmoor Supply Co. 
Lyon, S. C. 

Bazaar Dry Goods Co. 
Wagloff, Lyon & Co. 
Rogers-Curl Co. 
Chappell & Moss. 
Chappell, 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. D. 
Beck, E. F. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Winston, R. O. W. 
Daniel, R. A. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Creedmoor Brick & Lumber Co. 
Standard Hosiery Mills Co. 
WAREHOUSES. 

Globe Warehouse. 
Star Warehouse. 



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OREENE COUNTY. 



GREENE COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, SNOW HILL. 



Population: (Census 1910), 13,083. 

Formed in 1799. Named in honor of General Nathaniel Greene. 

Area: 300 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $1,291,417; value of personal property, $1,000,480. 

Property listed in 1910, by whites, $2,120,461 ; by negroes, $171.4:1(3. 

Tax Kate: County purposes, 23 2-3c. on the $100; special, 29c. County 
bonded debt, $30,000. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND BXPBESS COMPANIES. 

East Carolina Railway, 9.63 miles, assessed value $ 26,150.60 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 2,005.00 

Kinston and Snow Hill Railroad, 7.00 miles, assessed value 24,500.00 

Norfolk Southern Railroad, 8.04 miles, assessed value S0,103.00 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 1,634.48 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 702.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 380.59 

Superior Court Terms: February 27th; September 4th; December 4th; 
May 22nd (two weeks), civil cases only. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — Geo. W. Hart, 
Snow Hill. 

Sheriff — A. D. Warren, Snow Hill. 

Register of Deeds — J. O. Sugg, Snow 
Hill. 

Treasurer— C. C. Sugg, Snow Hill. 

Coroner — Jos. H. Harper, Snow Hill. 

Surveyor — R. E. Beaman, Walston- 
burg. 

Co. Supt. of Health— W. B. Murphy, 
Snow Hill. 

Co. Supt of Schools— J. E. Debnam, 
Snow Hill. 

Supt. County Home — B. L. Dail, 
Snow Hill. 

Co. Board of Education — L. V. Mor- 
rill. W. A. Darden, John Harry. 

County Commissioners — J. C. Exum, 
(chrm.), Snow Hill; J. J. Eason, Wal- 
stonburg; C. L. Hardy, Snow Hill; 
C. D. West, Fairo; T. E. Barrow, 
Farmville. 

County Board of Elections — B. F. D. 
Albritton, (chrm.), F. L. Rouse, J. 
W. S. Beaman. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Snow Hill Township — James T. 
Sugg, Snow Hill ; Everett Taylor, 
Snow Hill. 

Shine— B. W. Britt. Snow Hill; E. 
C. Vaughn, Snow Hill. 

Jason — Wade Mewborne, LaGrange. 

Hookerton— G. B. Pate, Snow Hill; 
J. A. Aldridge, 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. T. Dixon. 

Bull Head— C. D. West, Stantons- 
burg; H. C. Shepard, Stantonsburg. 

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 
Mary 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. 
Harvey, John, Snow Hill. 
Aswell & Smith Ginnery, Snow Hill. 
Turnage & Ormond, Snow Hill. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Perry, Miss Lura, Snow Hill. 

Martin, Miss Lilla, Snow Hill. 

Flannagan, Miss Ruberta, Snow 
Hill. 

Proctor, C. K., Hookerton. 

Taylor, Miss Bertie, Hookerton. 

Coley, Miss Minnie, Hookerton. 

Vause, Miss Nona, Hookerton. 

McDaniel, Miss Grace, Snow Hill. 

Pate, Miss Hattie L., Snow Hill. 

Edwards, Miss Mary, Snow Hill. 

Pittman, Miss Virginia Dare, Snow 
Hill. 

Rasberry, Miss Effie, Snow Hill. 

Hart, Miss Eva, Ayden. 

Darden, Miss Nannie, Snow Hill. 

Smith, Miss Evelyn, Snow Hill. 

Hyatt, Miss Sybil, Snow Hill. 

Warters, Miss Annie, Snow Hill. 

Uzzelle, Miss Mattie, Farmville. 

Barker, Miss Sadie, Snow Hill. 

Gwaltney, Miss Ruby, Walston- 
burg. 

Skinner, Miss Rosalie, Farmville. 

McKeel, Miss Lula, Walstonburg. 

Hazelton. Miss Delia, Walstonburg. 



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Hooten, Miss Evelyn, Walstouburg. 
Mitchell, Miss Verdie, Walstouburg. 
Price, Miss Eula, Walstouburg. 
Sugg, Miss Elizabeth, Snow Hill. 
Mewborn, Miss Nannie, Suow Hill. 
Edwards, Miss Susie, Snow Hill. 
Holmes, Miss Rosalie, Snow Hill. 
Herriug, Miss Lillie, Suow Hill. 
Mewborn, Miss Rachel, Suow Hill. 
Hooten, Miss Rosa, Snow Hill. 
Edmundsou, Miss May, Snow Hill. 
Hill, Miss Olivia, Arba. 
Askew, Mrs. Ruth, Arba. 
Outlaw, Miss Louise, Goldsboro. 



SNOW HHJJ. 

Population, 1909: 500. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — J. P. Frizzelle. 
Postmaster — F. W. Faircloth. 
Chief of Police — A. M. Dauaho. 
R. R. Agent — M. H. Potter, Kiuston 
& Suow 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 — Miss L. 
Perry, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Snow Hill Banking & Trust Co. — 
G. A. Norwood, President ; J. T. Sugg, 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 
Harper, J .H. 
Murphy, W. B. 
Whittington, W. W. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Jordan, W. James. 
McBee, George A. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Harper, J. T., & Co. 



NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Standard Laconic — J. E. Debnam, 
Editor. 

Eastern Recorder — W. J. Jordan, 
Editor. 

Square Deal — G. A. Jones, Editor. 
GENERAL 3IERCHANDISE. 

Exum, J., & Co. 
Edwards, J. A., Jr., & Sons. 
Lassiter, T. M., & Son. 
Dixon Brothers( Inc.) 
Sugg, N. C. 

Potter, Mrs. L. F., & Son. 
Sauls, C. D. 
Harper, Dock. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Potter Hotel. 
Hales, Mrs. John. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Dail, Fred. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Moore, C. T. (Buggies, wagons, etc.) 



HOOKERTON. 
Postmaster — W. O. Dixon. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

aiethodist— W. E. Hocutt, Pastor. 
Free Will Baptist — Charles Vanse, 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Hookerton Academy — R. J. Mattock, 
Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Edwards, G. C. 
Robinson, W. A. 
Stamey, E. L. • 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Albritton, B. F. D., & Co. 

Dixon, W. O. 

Taylor, W. F., & Co. 

Edwards, Eugene. 

Smith, M. E., Millinery Co. 



CUILFORD COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, GREENSBORO. 

Population: (Census 1910), 60,497. 

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. 

Value of real estate. $10,985,781; value of personal property, $16,4S5,S02. 

Property listed in 1910, by whites, $15,965.424 ; by negroes, $520,378. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 89; for negroes, 32. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 23 2-3c. on the $100; poll, $1.50 on each poll; 
school, 18c. ; 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 Company, assessed value $ 160.00 

Gibsonville Telephone Company, assessed value 1,130.00 

Southern Railway, 26.30 miles, assessed value 766,196.10 

Atlantic and Yadkin Railway, 39.26 miles, assessed value 392,514.54 

High Point, Randleman, Ashboro and Southern Railway, 3.04 

miles, assessed value 30,400.00 

North Carolina Railroad, 33.37 miles, assessed value 1,562,456.40 



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GUILFORD COUNTY. 



Pullman Company, assessed value. 
Southern Express Company, assessed value 



11,074.89 
9,432.22 



Western Fnion Telegraph Company, assessed value 56.60o.34 

North Carolina Public Service Company, assessed value 
Union Tank Line Company, assessed value 



74,480.00 
5,600.00 

Southern "Bell" Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 146.722.00 

2,455.00 

17,467.00 

160.00 

1,332.00 

25.00 

380.00 

14.52S.20 

7,022.24 

460.00 

137.00 

25.17S.00 

210.00 

65.00 

240.00 



Southeast Guilford Telephone Company, assessed value 

North Stale Telephone Company, assessed value .. ; 

Liberty Telephone Company, assessed value .* 

Merchants Dispatch Transportation Company, assessed value . 

ThomasviUe Telephone Company, assessed value 

Farmers Telephone Company, assessed value 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value.. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 

Good Will Telephone Company, assessed value 

Orinoco Telephone Company, assessed value 

Southern Power Company, assessed value 

Bitch Fork Telephone Company, assessed value 

Pleasant Grove Telephone Company, assessed value 

Prospect Telephone Company, assessed value 

Superior Court Terms: January 2nd (one week) civil; January 16th (one 
week), criminal; February 13th (two weeks), civil; April 3rd (one week), 
criminal; February 27th (one week*, criminal ; April 17th (two weeks), 
civil- June 2nd (two weeks), civil;. Tune 10th (one week), criminal: Au- 
gust' 14th (two weeks), civil; September 18th (one week), criminal; Octo- 
ber 23rd (two weeks), civil; December 11th. (one week), criminal. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— J. W. Forbis, 
Greensboro. 

Deputy Clerk— M. W. Cant. Greens- 
boro. 

Sheriff — B. E. Jones, Greensboro. 

Deputy Sheriff— J. H. Shaw, Greens- 
boro. 

Register of Deeds — J. H. Rankin, 
Greensboro. 

Deputy Register of Deeds — Roy H. 
Jones. 

Treasurer — G. H. McKinney, Greens- 
boro. 

W. Wood, Greensboro. 

L. Foust, Greensboro. 

Leslie Abbott, Greens- 



Health— Dr. A. F. For- 
Schools— Thos. R. 



— W. 
R. F. 



W. 
D. 



Coroner — W. 
Surveyor — F. 
Auditor — J. 

boro. 

Co. Supt. of 
tune. Greensboro. 

Co. Supt. of 
Foust, Greensboro. 

Supt. of County Homi 
Whittington, Greensboro, 
No. 1. 

Home of Correction — G. H. 
Superintendent. Greensboro. 

Co. Board of Education — W. T. 
Whitsett, Whitsett; C. H. Ireland, 
Greensboro; J. C. Kennett, Pleasant 
Garden. 

Commissioners — J. A. 

(chrm.), Gibsonville; W. G. 

High Point; W. C. Boren, 

Tucker, Pleasant 

Rankin, Proximity. 



Hackett, 



W. C. 
Al. 



County 

Davidson, 
Bradshaw 
Pomona : 
Garden ; J. 
Greensboro. 

County Board 

Murphy, (chrm.) 
Jones, High Point 
Pleasant Garden. 



of Elections— T. J. 

Greensboro ; W. C. 
J. G. Hodgin, 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Washington Township — G. W. 

Brooks. Altamahaw: W. P. Heath, 
Gibsonville. 

Rock Creek — Berry Davidson. Gib- 
sonville; J. Henry Joyner. Gibson- 
ville- C. M. Zimmerman, Gibsonville. 

Green — J. L. Holt. Greensboro, R. 
F. D.: W. A. Staley. Liberty. B. F. 
D. No. 2; Geo. M. Amick. Liberty; J. 
A. Coble. Hartshorn ; D. A. Shoffner, 
Kimesville. 

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. ; W. L. Lindsay. Gibsonville^ 
C. U. Hinshaw. Greensboro, R. F. D. ; 
John C. Kennett, Greensboro, R. F. D. 

Monroe — S. G. Lomax. Greensboro, 
R. F. D. No. 6; J. L. Hawkins. Brown 
Summit: G. W. Dawson, Brown Sum- 
mit. 

Gilmer— J. E. McKnight, Greens- 
boro: Robt. E. Sims. Greensboro; G. 
T. Glascock. Greensboro; J. W. Lan- 
drith. Greensboro: J. M. Cuningham, 
Greensboro : Thos. Pemberton. Greens- 
boro ; Jno. Forsyth. Jr., Greensboro; 
J. W. Mills. Greensboro: Proximity; 
Wm. C. England, Greensboro. 

Fentress — Chas. T. Weatherly, 
Pleasant Garden : J. A. Allred. Pleas- 
nnt Garden ; J. R. McCulloch. Pleasant 
Garden; J. A. Coble. Climax. 

Centre Grove— J. B. Golden, Sum- 
mer field ; H. C. Brown, Summerfield ; 
L. A. Walker, Summerfield. 



GUILFORD COUNTY. 



Morehead — L. R. Noah, Battle 
Ground: W. S. Lyon. Greensboro; S 
Mitchell, Greensboro : W. II. Williams. 
Greensboro ; J. Grasty Fowler, 
Greensboro ; P. C. Lindley, Greens- 
boro ; David A. Edwards, Pomona; E. 
P. Land, Greensboro ; 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. ; E. H. Hodgin, Greens- 
boro ; Jno. H. Marsh, Randleman. 

Bruce — Jno. S. Bunch, Summerfield ; 
R. Y. Harris, Suinmerfield : W. H. 
Wilson, Summerfield ; J. H. Idol, Suin- 
merfield : J. H. Medearis, Summerfield. 

Friendship — A. T. Millis, Guilford 
College ; .T. H. Stanly. 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, Stokesdale: N. W. Cor- 
don, Stokesdale. 

Deep River — E. B. Atkins, Kerners- 
ville. R. F. D. No. 2; J. M. Davis. 
Colfax: A.. B. Dillon. Colfax; J. T. 
Edwards. Colfax. 

High Point — H. C. Kearns, High 
Point: N. W. Beeson. High Point; 
Emory A. Harmer. High Point; J. C. 
Welsh, High Point: Wm. C. Jones. 
High Point: W. O. Brown. High Point; 
Dougan Davis, High Point; J. Mott. 
Sechrest. High Point ; W. S. Lovelace, 
Hiffh Point. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Whitsett Institute — W. T. Whitsett, 
Principal. Whitsett. 

Brown Summit Academy — 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. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Knight, William P.. White Oak. 

Norman, Geo. W., Pomona. 

Spoon, Arthur Ogburn. Revolution. 

Paddison, J. R., Oak Ridge. 

Armfield, D. O.. Jamestown. 

Fox. M. F.. Guilford College. 

Reaves. J. T.. Yandalla. 

Gray, Claiborn, Pleasant Garden. 

Gilmer. Chas., McLeansville. 

Gordon. J. R., Jamestown. 

Burrus. J. T.. High Point. 

Coble, W. A., Kimesville. 

Davis. W. C. Summerfield. 

Turner. J. A.. Hisrh Point. 

McAnally, J. W., High Point. 

Stanton, D. A., High Point. 

Reitzel, J. R„ Hish Point. 

Reitzel, C. E., High Point. 

Jones, W. M., High Point. 

Foscue, J. E.. Jamesfown. 



Dick, J. V., Gibsonville. 
Kernodle, G. W., Proximity. 
Wells, J. M. 
Whitaker, H. E. 
Duncan, J. F. 
Grayson, 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. 
FLOIR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Hardie, Jo., Brown Summitt. 

Tate, Chas., Greensboro. 
SAW MILLS. 

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. 
PIBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Burgess, Miss Cletus, Brown Sum- 
mit, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Gorrell, Miss Jennie, Gibsonville, R. 
F. D. 

Dawson, Miss Laura E., Gibsonville, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Kirkman. Oliver, Gibsonville, 

R. F. D. No. 1. 

Kellam, C. W., Gibsonville. 

Coltrane. Miss Mabel. Bromi Sum- 
mit, R. F. D. 

Carrell, J. Wilson, Gibsonville. 

Quinerly. Miss Rosa, Gibsonville. 

Harvey, Miss Bessie. Gibsonville. 

Montgomery, Miss Minnie. Gibson- 
ville. 

Murray, Miss Pauline. Gibsonville. 

Joyner, J. H., Whitsett. 

Brewer. Miss Lillie, Whitsett. 

Boon. Miss Lizzie, Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Richardson, Miss Daisy, Julian, R. 
F. D. 

Field, Miss Stella. Liberty, R. F. D. 

Foust. Miss Abigail. Julian. R. F. D. 

Bowman, W. T„ Burlingjton, R. 
F. D. 

Pike, Chas. B., Libertv, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Shepherd. Miss Roberta, McLeans- 
ville, R. F. D. 

McKay, Miss Louine, McLeansville, 
R. F. D. 

Liles. S. T.. Brown Summit. R. F. D, 

Howell. Miss Mabel, Brown Sum- 
mit, R. F. D. 

Webb, Miss Hattie, Brown Summit. 
R. F. D. 

Gibbs. Miss Pattie, Brown Summit, 
R. F. D. 

Pritchett, Miss Ollie. McLeansville 
R. F. D. 



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GUILFORD COUNTY. 



Lovings, Miss Virginia, Greensboro, i 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Cliue, Miss Pattie, Gibsonville, R. 
F. D. 

Millis, Miss Ida E., McLeansville. 

Boone, Miss Addie, McLeansville. 

Otwell, .Miss Myrtle, McLeansville. 

Malloy, Miss Nettie, McLeansville, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

McNeely, Miss Myrtle, McLeansville, 
R. F. D. 

Mclntyre, Miss Katie Lee, Greens- 
boro, No. 6. 

Pritchett, Miss Lece, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 6. 

Smith, Thos. G., Greensboro, R. F. 
D. No. 6. 

Isley, D. K., Julian, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Wbeeler, Miss Essie, Julian. 

Greason, Miss Donnie, Climax. R. 
F. D. 

Gladstone, R. M., Greensboro, R. F. 
D. No. 6. 

Mendenhall. Miss Dovie, Brown 
Summit, R. F. D. 

White, Miss Aileeu, Brown Summit, 
R. F. D. 

Hawkins, Miss Annie, Brown Sum- 
mit. 

Lunsford. Miss Jennie, Greensboro, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Boone, Miss Bertha S., Brown Sum- 
mit, R. F. D. 

Hayworth, Miss Rosa, Brown Sum- 
mit, *R. F. D. 

Mathews, Miss Lillie, Greensboro. 

McCulloch, Miss Sara, Greensboro. 

Pierce, Miss Lida, Greensboro. 

King, Mrs. Annie Albright, Greens- 
boro, R. F. D. 

Grimsley, Miss Stella, Greensboro. 

Michaux, Miss Roche. Greensboro. 

Turner, J. A., Greensboro. 

Scott, Miss Josephine, Greensboro, 
R. F. D. No. 6. 

Hodgin, Miss Bessie, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. 

Knrfees, F. W., Greensboro, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Ward, Miss Linnie, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Donnell, Miss Cora, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Kinsey, Miss Mamie, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Grimsley, Miss Alice, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Rankin, Miss Mary, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Hardin, Miss Joanna, Pleasant Gar- 
den. 

Fentriss, Miss Lula, Pleasant Gar- 
den. 

Foust. F. L., Pleasant Garden. 

Michael, Miss Ada, Pleasant Gar- 
den. 

Couch. Miss Effie, Pleasant Gar- 
den. 

Combs. Miss Margarette. Pleasant 



Garden. 

Neese. W. R., Climax. 

Hardin, Miss Lucilla, Pleasant Gar- 
den. 

Smith, Miss Stella, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Goolsby, R. M., Summerfield, R. 
F. D. 

McNeely, Miss Janet, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Ladd, Mrs. D. T., Summerfield. 

Sellars, Mrs. T. N. Greensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 7. 

Medearis, Miss Mat, Greensboro. 

Vickrey, Miss Maude, Pomona. 

Howard, Miss Bessie, Pomona. 

Eller, Miss Bertha, Pomona. 

Williams. Miss Mattie, Greensboro, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Fitzserald, Miss Marv, Greensboro, 
R. F. "D. No. 3. 

Land, Miss Bettie Aiken, Greens- 
boro. 

Sloan, Miss Clara, Pomona. 

Hart, Miss Cora, Greensboro, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Pegram, J. Wright, Guilford Col- 
lege. 

Kennett, Miss Lucille, Guilford Col- 
lege. R. F. D. No. 2. 

Broadwell, Miss Katie, Battle 
Ground. 

Edwards, Miss Adna, Glenwood. 

Blair, Miss Annie Belle, Glenwood. 

Todd, Miss Eula, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Gibbs, Miss Katie. Greensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Toon, Miss Carrie W., Greensboro, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Neal. Miss Cora, Greensboro, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Cobb, Miss Katurah. Greensboro, 
R. F. No. 3. ^ 

Islev, E. W., Greensboro, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Coltrane. Miss Lucy, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Deans, Miss Bessie, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Horney, J. G., Greensboro, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Lavton, Miss Georgie, Greensboro, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Sharpe, Miss Cora, Stokesdale, II. 
F. D. 

Smith, Folsom, Summerfield. 

Stack, Miss Daisy, Colfax. 

Pearce, Miss Mamie, Friendship. 

Pegg. Miss Roella, Guilford College, 
R. F. D. 

Peele, J. H., Guilford College. 

Peele, Miss Margaret, Guilford Col- 
lege. 

Robinson, Miss Blanche, Guilford 
College. 

Powell, Miss Florence Guilford Col- 
lege, R. F. D. No. 1. 



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Rosy, Miss Julia M., Guilford Col- 
lege, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Coltrane, E. ,T.. Jamestown. 

Skamburger, Miss Linnie, James- 
town. 

Coble, Miss Nora, Jamestown. 

Moore, Miss Florence, Jamestown. 

Wilkerson, Miss Mary, Jamestown. 

Phillips, Miss Kate, Jamestown. 

Fryar, Miss Vannie, High Point, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Jackson, Miss Raye, High Point, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Lawrence, Isaac, High Point, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Suits, Frank, Greensboro, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Brookbank, G. C. Oak Ridge. 

Merrimon, Mrs. Ella B., Oak Ridge. 

Norman, Mrs. J. C, Stokesdale. 

Brookbank, Wm., Stokesdale. 

Flynt, Miss Mamie, Stokesdale. 

Gentry, T. C, Kernersville, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Bowman. Miss Irene, Kernersville, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Benbow, Mrs. Wm., Belew Creek, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Wheeler, Miss Ada. High Point, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Lowrey, W. G.. Colfax. 

Stack, D. E., Colfax. 

Pegs?, Floy. Colfax. 

Cude, H. C, Colfax. 

Briggs. Miss Bertha, Guilford Col- 
lege. R. jr. D. No. 2. 

Copeland. Miss Ruth W., High 
Point. R. F. D. 

Boyd, R. C, High Point. R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Robertson, Miss Florine, High 
Point. 

Ingle, Miss Saidee, High Point. 

Moton, Miss Mittie, High Point. 

Guyer, Miss Mamie, High Point. 

Presson, Miss Lillie, High Point, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Wallace, Miss Euna, High Point, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Mendenhall. Miss Annie, High Point, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Cagle. John N., High Point. R. F. D. 

Lowe. Miss Carrie S., High Point, 
R. F. D. 

Farlow. Edgar E., High Point, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Chappell, Mrs. M. T.. High Point. 
Richardson. Miss Amanda, High 
Point. R. F. D. No. 3. 
Jones, Miss Myrtle, High Point. ■ 



GREFNSBORO, 

Population. 1909, 25,000. No white 
pells. 1,713: No. colored polls, 345. 

Value renl 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 Supt. 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, B. E. Smith, 
Neill Ellington, T. A. Glascock, H. W. 
Clendenin. 

Supt. City Schools — J. L. Mann. 

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 Manager — E. A. Wood- 
ruff, Southern Bell Tel. & Tel. Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— W. F. Staley, J. Clyde Tur- 
ner, K. C. Horner, W. H. Eller, R. G. 
Kendrick. Jr., Pastors. 

Christian — John W. Bolton, W. C. 
Wicker, E. M. Carter, Henry C. Ful- 
ton, Pastors. 

Episcopal — Thos. G. Faulkner, Rec- 
tor. 

Moravian — Chas. H. Wenhold, N. R. 
Richardson, Pastors. 

Lutheran — Geo. E. Mennen, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — T. J. Ogburn, 
Pastor. 

Methodist (Centenary)— D. M. Lit- 
aker: (West Market). E. K. McLarty ; 
(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. Myrick, 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 
(col.)— J. B. Dudley, President. 

Bennett College (col.) — Silas A. 
Peeler. President. 

Greensboro Commercial School — 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Hotel Clegg. 

Hotel Guilford. 
Hotel Huffines. 
Allen House. 



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guilkord i'<m'xty. 



The Jefferson. 

The McAdoo Hotel. 

Piedmont Hotel. 

White Oak Inn. 

Deaver, .Mrs. M. O. 

Hick. Julius N. 

Allen, .Mrs. Ada. 

Atchison, Mrs. May P. 

Bogart, Mrs. H. M. 

Brady House. 

Burks, Mrs. Mamie. 

Case, Mrs. Louisa A. 

Currie, Mrs. Bertha. 

Dick. Mrs. Lena A. 

Forest Inu. 

Dodamead, Mrs. Debbie A. 

Gate City House. 

Grady, J as. M. 

Griffin, Mrs. Lossie P. 

Harvey. Mrs. Lou X. 

Hester, Mrs. Laura J. 

Holder, Mrs. Julia. 

Hudsou, Mrs. Ida B. 

Hutcheus, Mrs. Rebecca. 

Johnson, Jno. P. 

Kirkman, Mrs. Isabella V. 

Langston, Mrs. Jane E. 

MeCollum, Thos. A. 

Moore, Mrs. Ora H. 

Ridge, Mrs. Martha F. 

Robbius, Mrs. Lydia J. 

Rycroft. Mrs. Virginia H. 

Sharpe, Mrs. Rebecca C. 

Turner. Mrs. Susan E. 

Waggoman, Mrs. Alice C. 

Webb, Mrs. Margaret. 

Wood. Mrs. Nancy. 

Younts, Mrs. Florence. 
ARCHITECTS. 

Brewer. Wells L. 

Gambier, 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. 

Home Savings Bank — C. A. Bray. 
President; Tyre Glenn, Cashier. 

Commercial National Bank — F. B. 
Ricks, President: F. C. Bayles, Cash- 
ier. 

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. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Callahan -Dodson. 

Coble & Mebane. 

Ford ham, Albert E. 

Hendrix, J. M. 

Peebles. 

Ireland, E. M. 

Kiik-Donnell-Medearis Co. 

Thacker & Brockmann. 
BOOK STORES. 

Wills Book Store. 

Barker Bros. 

Union News Co. 

Gate City Novelty Co. 

Smithdeal. L. A. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Gate City. 

Pioneer. 
BITCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Clarida, Henry P. 

Garrett, Elmer F. 

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. 

Oettinger Buggy Co. 

Taylor, Frederick N. 

Townsend Buggy Co. 
CLUBS. 

Elks' Home. 

Merchants' & Manufacturers' Club 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Clegg. W. F. 

Foster-Moffitt Co. 

Greensboro Produce Co. 

Hunter. Manufacturing Co. 

Patterson Co. 

Cone Export and Commission Co. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Proximity Manufacturing Co. 

Revolution Cotton Mills. 

White Oak Cotton Mills. 

Pomona Cotton Mills. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Allsbrook. Kindred. 

Duix^ins, McCoy. 

Erwin, Jno. L. 

Planner, Jno. A. 

Maddox. Starke. 

Smith & Smith. 

West. James H. 

Styers, Peter. 

Winchester. Samuel H. 

Gardner, Howard. 

Greensboro Drug Co. 

Farriss-Kluttz Drug Co. 

Grissom & Co. 

Boyst. C. D. (Mfr). 



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Ballance & Co. (Mfr). 


Cranford, W. L. 


CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 


Cunningham Bros. 


Bain, J. W. 


Dixie Ice & Coal Co. 


Brooks, Andrew F. 


Fogleman, Chas. J. 


Central Carolina Construction Co. 


Greensboro Ice & Coal Co. 


Coltrane, Jno. 


Guilford Coal & Wood Co. 


Crouse, Jas. L. 


Power & Armstrong. 


Boycott, 0. D. 


Southside Fuel Co. 


Browne, Samuel. 


Wilkerson. Chas. B. 


Clapp, William A. 


Melvin, Robt. H. 


Fields, William S. 


TOBACCO DEALERS. 


Fries, William A. 


Brown, Edward A. 


Hanuer, Solomon E. 


Penn, Thos. J. 


Husband, Joseph. 


Stafford, E. J. & A. G. 


Jones, Judson B. 


Clegg, W. F. 


Lewis, Jno. W. E. 


Siedenberg Co. 


McClamrock, Jno. 


DRUGGISTS. 


Morris, J. C. 


Asheboro Street Pharmacy. 


Pleasants, William R. 


Conyers' Drug Store. 


Roles, Marshall. 


Fariss- Klutz Co. 


Sullivan. Jno. L. 


Fordham's Drug Store. 


Summers, Nathan L. 


Howard Gardner Drug Co. 


Waynick, Joshua, J. 


Greensboro Drug Co. 


CONTRACTORS. 


Grissom & Sykes. 


Esson. W. A., & Co. 


Mcllhenny, J. K., & Son. 


MacKeuzie, Burt. 


Revolution Pharmacy. 


Hobbs, Jno. M. 


Sykes Drug Co. 


Hobbs, William J. 


Maddox, S. M., & Co. 


McAdoo, William D. 


West End Drug Store. 


Abbott, Jas. C. 


Justice Druj Co. (Wholesale). 


Chisholm & Heck. 


DOCTORS. 


Boycott, O. D. 


Banner, Chas. W. 


CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 


Battle, J. T. J. 


FURNISHERS. 


Best, Benjamin W. 


Askin & Marine Co. 


Brooks, Zachary T. 


Crawford & Rees. 


Dees, Rigdon O. 


Globe Clothing Co. 


Dodson, Henry H. 


Isaacson. Isaac. 


Fortune, Alexander F. 


Blaustein, I. L. 


Glascock, Mrs. Joy Harris. 


Chisholm, Stroud. Crawford & Rees. 


Gove. Miss Anna M. 


Brown-Belk Bros. Co. 


Gregory, Richard K. 


Marks. David. 


Hilton, J. J. 


Johnson & Hinkle. 


Jarboe. Parran. 


Simpson. Henry C. 


Knight. W. P. 


Stadiem. B., & Son. 


Ledbetter. Arthur E. 


Stadiem, David. 


Long, John Wesley. 


Union Colthing Co. 


Meadows, Washington J. 


Vanstory Clothing Co. 


Michaux, E. R. 


Wallace & Co. 


Miles, Miss May S. 


DEPARTMENT STORES. 


Montgomery, Jno. C. (Osteopath). 


Ellis-Stone Co. 


Mosley, Chas. W. 


Brown-Belk Bros. 


Reaves, Perry W. 


Schiffman Bros. 


Richardson, William J. 


Meyers Department Store. 


Rieves. Jas. T. 


Sapp, A. V. 


Roberson, Chas. 


DENTISTS. 


Drs. Tucker (Osteopathic). 


Betts, Joseph S. 


Turner. J. Pinkney. 


Griffith, Jno. W. 


Williams, Buxton B. 


Humphrey, Lyndon M. 


Wilson. Arthurr R. 


Johnson, Arthur H. 


Bowman, Harlan P. 


Lipscomb. Chas. T. 
Rowe. Walter W. 


Tankersley, James W. 
Williams, John A. 


Wheeler, Jno. H. 


Harrison. Edmund. 


Wyche. J. E. 


Calson, C. I. (Swedish Masseur - ). 


Whitsett, Geo. W. 


Dees, Ralph E. 


Hartsell, W. K. 


Alford, A. E. B. 


Coble, L. G. 


Ashworth, U. C. 


COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 


Burleyson, Louis X. 


Browne, Samuel. 


Bo vies, J. Henry. 


Fleming Bros. 


Killam. B. Utcher. 



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COUNTY. 


Took, Tbos. (St. Leo's). 


Short, Jno. C. 


Finch, J. T. (Chiropractic.) 


Simpson, Henry C. 


GROCERS. 


Smith, Chas. P. 


Armfield, Jas. A. 


Sockwell, W. T. 


Beck, W. W. 


Spencer Bros. 


Bennett, Thos. M. 


Staton, William M. 


Bennett, W. P. 


Sullivan, Jno. A. 


Blair, Edward C. 


Susman, Jacob. 


Causey, Robt. A. 


Taylor, Geo. H. 


Cecil, Edward. 


Tesh, Edward F. 


Chrismon, .T. R., & Bro. 


Thomas, Geo. E. 


Clendenin, Henry W. 


Troxler Bros. 


Coble. J. A., & Son. 


Tucker & Erwin. 


Cockman, Isham, D. 


Walker, Benj. G. 


Coggin, Geo. C. 


Waugh, Peter W. 


Coltrane, Jacob L. 


White, Henrv T. 


Davis, James S. 


White Oak Store. 


Davis, William M. 


White, Jno. H., & Co. 


Doak, Thomas. 


Whittinarton Bros. 


Dobson, Algiers B. 


Wray, Henry P. 


Donnell, Rufus H. 


Ralls, M. Lee. 


Duggins, Caleb L. 


Sockwell, Jno. E. 


Edwell & Co. 


The Patterson Co. (Wholesale). 


Fentress, F. S. 


Wyrick, Jno. C. 


Foster, Chas. L. 


Jones. J. W., & Co. (Wholesale. 


Gay. Jno. F. 


McLamb, Geo. T. (Wholesale). 


Grantham, Murrav. 


American Commission Co. 


Green. C. D. 


Scott-Sparger Co. (Wholesale). 


Alston, E. L. 


Smitherman Co. (Wholesale). 


Allred, D. E. 


DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 


Helper Bros. 


Scott, J. W. 


Hiatt, R. G. 


Brown-Belk Bros. 


Hill, Solomon M. 


Ellis-Stone & Co. 


Hodsrin Bros. 


Meyers Department Store. 


Hosrshead, Watson. 


Gilmer, S. L. 


Holley. W. E. 


Blackman, G. F. 


Holmes. William C. 


Coble. H. M.. & Co. 


Hoskins, Allen. 


Dorsett, Chas. H. 


Hudson Grocery Co. 


Hendrix. J. M. 


Insrold. W. A. 


Moore, W. S. 


Isom. William .T. 


Thacker & Brockman. 


Jenkins. Wm. R. 


Sapp, A. V. 


Jones, Jacob. 


POWER AND EIGHT COMPANIES. 


Ladd & Fulton. 


North Carolina Public Service Co. 


Lambert, Jns. T. 


FRUIT DEAEERS. 


Lee. Jno. K. 


Foster-Moffitt Co. 


Lockamy, Jas. C. 


Clesrg, Z. V. 


Low, J. H. & W. F. 


Anderson, W. I. 


Lvnch Bros. 


Jennings. C. W., & Sons. 


McClintock, Geo. W. 


FERTILIZER DEAEERS & M'F'R'S. 


McGibboney & Reid. 


Fulton, Jas. F. 


Marsh. Robt. 


Power & Armstrong. 


Mile Run Grocery Co. 


FLORISTS. 


Mitchell Bros. 


"Van Lindley. J.. Nursery Co. 


Morrison Bros. 


Summit Avenue Green House. 


Padgett, Harvey R. 


Todd. Geo. M. 


Palmer, Samuel. 


Todd. G. L. (Wholesale). 


Patterson Bros. 


FISH AND OYSTER DEAEERS. 


Pearce, OscaT F. 


Robinson, Rickard. 


Phillips, Geo. D. 


White, A. B. 


Phillips & Cox. 


Schlosser & Son. 


Pickard. Robt. W. 


Clarida. H. P. 


Pickett. W. F., & Co. 


Olive, J. C. 


Pike, W. T., & Son. 


FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 


Prince, Jas. H. 


Clymer Machine Co. 


Push, Chas. E. 


Cook-Lewis Foundry Co. 


Purvis, Wm. E. 


Sergeant Manufacturing Co. 


Rivers, Benj. 


Glasscock, G. T., & Sons. 


Scott, C, & Co. 


Greensboro Boiler & Machine Co. 


Sheppard. Walter J. 


Cooke, W. B., & Co. 



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FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Andrews, Nathan D. 

Bloxton, J. W., & Co. 

Buffalo Furniture Co. 

Forbis, Chas. O. 

Goldstein, Jac. 

Butner Furniture Co. 

Horlgin & Bell. 

Huntley-Stockton-Hill Co. 

Jones-Medearis Furniture Co. 

South Side Trade & Bargain Store. 

Stove Exchange & Furniture. 
HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Beall Hardware & Implement Co. 

Central Hardware & Mantel Co. 

Greensboro Hardware Co. 

Odell Hardware Co. 

South Side Hardware Co. 
HOSPITALS. 

Keeley Institute. 

St. Leo's. 

Telfair Sanatarium. 

Williams Sanatarium. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Miller & Mebane. 

Coffin & Stafford. (General and 
Bonds, Life and .r-ocident). 

Bray Bros (Fire). 

Carolina Real Estate & Investment 
Co. (Fire). 

Carr, O. W., & Co. (Fire). 

Greensboro Commercial & Savings 
Bank (Fire). 

Merrimon, W. B. 

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). 

Aetna-Dixie Fire Insurance Co. 
(Accident). 

Fidelity & Casualty Co. (Accident). 
JEWELERS. 

•Bernau. Rudolf C. 

Ellington, J. B. 

Neese, William T. 

Peers:- William L. 

Schiffman Jewelry Co. 

Trent, G. W. 

LAUNDRIES. 

Columbia Laundry. 

Dick's Laundry. 

Lee. Henry. 

LAWYERS. 

Adams, Spencer B. 

Barringer, .Tno. A. 

Beall, Thos. S. 

Brooks, A. L. 

Bynum, W. P. 

Eure. N. L. 

Harrison, Roger W. 

Hobgood, Frank P. 

Hovle, Thos. C. 

Kuykendall, E. D. 

Murphy, T. J. 

Wright. Clem. 

Patton. Geo. M. 

Shaw, T. J. 

Ste rn. David. 

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Stem. Sidney J. 
Strudwick, Robt. C. 
Frazier, C. Clifford. 
Copeland, E. W. 
Dalton, Carter. 
Stedman & Cooke. 
Wilson & Ferguson. 
King & Kimball. 
Morehead & Morehead. 
Scott & McLean. 
Sapp & Williams. 
Bradshaw & Sherrod. 
Hudson & Swift. 
Justice & Broadhurst. 
Taylor & Scales. 
Shaw & Hines. 
Douglas & Douglas. 

MARBLE WORKS. 
Boycott, Owen D. 
Knight, J. W., & Sons. 
Neese, J. Henry. 
Rowe & Roach. 

Guilford Marble & Granite Works. 
MACHINERY DEALERS. 

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 Co. 

Glascock Stove & Manufacturing 
Co. 

Clymer Machine Co. 

Automatic Bed Co. (Couches, Spring 
Beds. Folding Beds). 

Ballance & Co. (Candy). 

Carolina Cornice & Sky Light Co. 
(Roofing and Skvlights). 

Gate City Candy Co. (Candy). 

Gate City Furniture Co. (Furniture). 

Goose Grease Co. (Goose Grease). 

Greensboro Coco-Cola Bottling Co. 
(Distributing Point for N. C. Coco- 
Cola). 

Greensboro Ice & Coal Co. 

Greensboro Mattress Co. (Mat- 
tresses). 

Greensboro Pepsi-Cola Bottling 
\\ orks. 

Greensboro Shade Co. (Window 
Shades). 

Groome Broom Co. (Brooms). 

Hudson Overall Co. (Overalls). 

Lewis, J., & Sons (Buggies and 
Wagons). 

N. C. Public Service Co. (Electric 
Light, Gas and Trollev Line). 

Standard Table Co. (Tables). 

Victory, A. W., & Co. (Hardwood 
Factory.) 

Watson, W. A., & Co. (Flour). 

Pomona Terra-Cotta Co. (Terra- 
Cotta, Sewer Pipes, etc.). 



242 GUILFORD 


COUNTY. 


Thompson & Sons (Shoes). 


Everything (Monthly) — Al. Fair- 


Gaulden, G. S. (Harness). 


brother, Editor. 


Richardson, L. (Vick's Remedies). 


Daily News— Z. P. Smith, Editor. 


North Carolina Metal Culvert Co. 


Patroit (Weekly) — W. I. Underwood, 


(Metal Culverts). 


Editor. 


Acme Mill Works (Mill and other 


Daily Telegram — R. W. Haywood. 


Machinery). 


Editor. 


Dixie Laundry Machine Mfg. Co. 


Labor News (Weekly)— A. J. Wil- 


( Laundry Machinery ). 


liams, Editor. 


Wysong & Miles Co. (Machinery, 


N. C. Christian Advocate (Weeklv) 


Wood-working i. 


— H. M. Blair, Editor. 


Siedenberg Co. (Cigars). 


N. C. White Ribbon (Monthly)— Mrs. 


Stafford, E. J. & E. G. (Plug To- 


Ellen J. Y. Preyer, Editor. 


bacoc). 


M. Protestant Herald (Weekly)— J. 


CI egg, W .F. (Cigars). 


F. McCullock, Editor. 


PAINT AND OIL, DEALERS. 


Woman's Missionary Record (Month- 


Leak-Halladay Co. 


ly)— Mrs. J. F. McCullock. Editor. 


Odell Hardware Co. 


State Normal Magazine (Bi-Monthly) 


PAINTERS. 


— Students. 


Cone Sign Works. 


REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 


McFarland, W. O. 


American Realty & Auction Co. 


Andrews, Robt. E. 


Andrews, E. M. 


Barham, Jas. T. 


Brown Real Estate Co. 


Brewer, Eli R. 


Real Estate & Investment Co. 


Golden, Eugene D. 


Central Securities Co. 


Proctor, T. G. 


Daniel, Garland. 


PRODUCE DEALERS. 


Dixie Real Estate Co. 


Anderson, W. I. 


Donnell & Walker. 


Forsyth, C. Alexander. 


Eudora Land Co. 


Guilford Produce Co. 


John E. Foglernan. 


Patterson Co. 


Greensboro Real Estate Emporium. 


Phoenix. John .T. 


Greensboro Real Estate Exchange. 


Jennings, C. W., & Sons. 


Guilford Real Estate. 


Coe & Cobb. 


Hill, R. R. 


PLUMBERS. 


Hodgin, John A. 


Adams & Hunt. 


Jordan, James F. 


Albright, J. Ed. 


Land, W. R. 


Battie. C. W.. & Co. 


McAdoo, W. D. 


Donaldson, W. P. 


Oakley & Buchanan. 


Pettit. Parley M. 


Down. Price & Co. 


Stanley, Obie A. 


Sellars, W. B. 


Beasley, W. C. 


Southern Real Estate Co. 


PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 


Yanstory, C. M. 


Cable Piano Co. 


McAdoo. Victor C. 


Cheek-Huston Piano and Organ Co. 


North Carolina Trust Co. 


Jones, A. D. 


South Greensboro Insurance & Real 


PHOTOGRAPHERS. 


Estate Co. 


Alderman & Eutsler. 


SHINGLE DEALERS. 


Hanes, Francis L. 


Pitts & Monroe. 


Leonard, Joseph A. 


Bain, E. E. 


Moose, William. 


Brooks Mfg. Co. 


White, Robert G. 


TAILORS. 


Strader. Galveston B. 


Cartland, J. E., & Co. 


PRINTING OFFICES. 


Pagett & Patterson. 


Apostolic Messenger Pub. Co. 


Horwitz, Abraham. 


Board of Publication. 


Jacobs, Henry. 


Greensboro Printing Co. 


Johnson, Henry A. 


Harrison Printing Co. 


Meares, William J. 


Kendall & Fisher. 


Fowler & Moore. 


J. C. Pierce Printing Co. 


Ricks- Don nell-Medearis. 


Reece, J. M., & Co. 


Walker, T. A., & Co. 


Stone, J. M. 


UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 


Stout Bros. 


Huntley-Stockton-Hill Co. 


Everything? Pub. Co. 


Poole. Ezekiel. 


Pierce Stamp Works. (Rubber 


Wilson Undertaking Co. 


Stamps'). 


VETERINARY SURGEONS. 


NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 


Charter. Frederick S. 


Apostolic Messenger (Semi-Monthly) 


WALL PAPER DEALERS. 


— W. R. Cox, Editor. 


Andrew, Robert E. 


Daily Record — J. M. Reece, Editor. 


Greensboro Wall Paper Co. 

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Leak, J. N., Co. 
Proctor, Thomas G. 
Golden, Eugene D. 
Johnson, Wilet T. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 
Bain, E. E. 

Broad River Lumber Co. 
Brooks Manufacturing Co. 
Clements, W. L., Lumber Co. 
Thurmau Lumber Co. 
Guiford Lumber Co. 
Deep River Lumber Co. 
Lewis, J. W. E. 
Moore, J. S., & Co. 
Pitts & Monroe. 
South Atlantic Lumber Co. 
Shaw-Clapp Lumber Co. 



HIGH POINT. 

Population, 1910: 13,000. 

No. white polls, 1,225 ; No. colored 
polls, 300. 

Value real estate, $4,000,000; value 
personal property, $2,500,000. 

Tax Rate: $1.30 on the $100 in- 
cluding school. 

Bonded debt, $315,000. 

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. 

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. 

Baptist — O. L. Powers, John R. 
Miller, Pastors. 

Episcopal — Rev. Mr. Moton, Rector. 

Lutheran — A. L. Kanup, Pastor. 

Methodist — J. E. Thompson, O. P. 
Ader, Pastors. 

Presbyterian — A. S. Caldwell, Sr., 
Pastor. 

Catholic — Father Gregory. Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Graded Schools — Harry Howell, Su- 
perintendent. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Elwood Hotel. 

Bellevue. 

Payne House. 

Ingram House. 

Perry House. 

Schaub House. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Commercial National Bank — J. El- 
wood Cox, President; R. C. Charles, 
Cashier. 

Home Banking Company — T. F. 
Wrenn, President; D. H. Milton, 
Cashier. 

N. C. Savings Bank — O. E. 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 MANUFACTURERS. 
High Point Brick Co. 
Glenola Brick Co. 
Jenning, W. G., & Sons. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
Allen-Garrison Co. 

BOOK STORES. 
Jarrett Stationery Co. 
Moore, B. E. 
BITCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 
Gray, R. W. 
Mclntire & Son. 
Henderson & Ingram. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
High Point Buggy Co. 
Southern Buggy Co. 
CLUBS. 
Manufacturers' Clubs. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Paylor, J. D. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
Durham Mill No. 2. 
High Point Hosiery Mills. 
Piedmont Hosiery Mills. 
Pomona Cotton Mills. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Sarris & Co. 
Johnson, P. H. 
Idol, V. W., & Co. 
Montgomery, M. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Woodling, 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; A. E. Tate, 
Vice-President; C. F. Tomlinson, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Blair-Haskins Co. 
Cannon <fe Fetzer Co. 
Harris, H., & Bro. 
Silver, N. H. 
Mattocks, C. B. 
Victor Clothing Co. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
Mattocks, C. B. 

DENTISTS. 
Pitts, H. C. 
Clavtor, W. F. 
Perkins. F. E. 
Hayes, Wm. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Ring Drug Co. 
Matton Drug Co. 
Mann Drug Co. 

DOCTORS. 
Stanton, D. A. 
Turner, J. A. 
Reitzel, J. R. 



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Duncan, G. F. 


LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 


Burrus, .T. T. 


Snow Lumber Co. 


Reitzel, C. E. 


High Point Hardwood Lumber Co. 


Grayson, C. E. 


MARBLE WORKS. 


McAnally, W. J. 


Raper, Dolph. 


Jones, William. 


Barbee Marble Works. 


Gerron, <'.. E. 


MACHINERY DEALERS. 


DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 


Redding. J .P. 


Allen Bros. 


Central Foundry & Machinery Co. 


Newliu-Brooks Co. 


PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 


Moffett, H. A. 


Beeson Hardware Co. 


Clinard, J. A. 


Siceloff-Lindsay Co. 


Alexander & Co. 


PAINTERS. 


Moffett Furnishing Co. 


McCrary Co. 


Kirkman. W. T., & Co. 


PRODUCE DEALERS. 


Leonard-Beavans Co. 


Stout-Rankin Co. 


POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 


Lexington Grocery Co. 


N. C. Public Service Co. 


PLUMBERS. 


FRUIT DEALERS. 


Wellborn Supply Co. 


Sarris & Co. 


Muse, C. C. 


Staut-Rankin Co. * 


PHOTOGRAPHERS. 


FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 


Jones. J. E. 


Gray. R. W. 


Rochelle. C. W. 


Mclntire & Son. 


PRINTING OFFICES. 


FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 


Enterprise Printing Co. 


Central Foundry & Machine Co. 


Melliehampe Bros. 


Peerless Machine Co. 


Welch. J. E. 


Southern Machine Works. 


Stamey Printing Co. 


FURNITURE DEALERS. 


Lens, H. B. 


Peoples' House Furnishing Co. 


Phillips. C. B. 


Home Furniture Co. 


NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 


GROCERS. 


The Enterprise (Daily)— J. J. Far- 


Johnson, P. H. 


ris. Editor. 


Idol. Y. W., & Co. 


The Enterprise (Weekly) — J. J. Far- 


Sieeloff. C. E. 


ris. Editor. 


Hedreck, J. W.. & Co. 


Friend's Messenger (Monthly) — Clara 


Kinley. J. W. 


I. Cox, Editor. 


Brackett & Son ( Wholesale'). 


Hisrh Point Liitheran (Monthly) — M. 


Moffett Grocery Co. (Wholesale). 


L. Camp. Editor. 


Piedmont Grocery Co. (Wholesale). 


ReTiew (Weekly) — W. L. Stamey, 


HARDWARE DEALERS. 


Editor. 


Keeson Hardware Co. 


Tomahawk (Monthly) — W. L. 


Sioeloff-Lindsay Hardware Co. 


Stamev. Editor. 


High Point Hardware Co. 


REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 


HOSPITALS. 


High Point Loan it Trust Co. 


Junior Order Hospital. 


Farriss. J. J. 


INSURANCE AGENTS. 


Mellis. H. A. 


Harrell. John M. (Fire and Life.) 


SHINGLE DEALERS. 


High Point Savings & Trust Com- 


Snow Lumber Co. 


panv. (Fire.) 


TAILORS. 


Wachovia Loan & Trust Co. (Fire 


Reisrhter. The Tailor. 


and Life.) 


UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 


JEWELERS. 


Sechrist. J. W. 


Walker-Staley Co. 


Loftin. R. L. 


Loftin. R. L. 


VETERINARY SURGEONS. 


Welch. Walter. 


Jones. W. M. 


Oueen Jewelry Co. 


WALL PAPERS DEALERS. 


Cauble. F. P. 


Parker. Robert. 


LAUNDRIES. 


Austin. W. F. 


High Point Steam Laundry. 


MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 


LAWYERS. 


Alma Furniture Co. ■ 


Farriss. Edward H. 


Best Chair Co. 


Gold. T. J. 


Beeson Wood Working Co. 


Ragan, W. P. 


Central Foundry & Machine Works 


Roberson, Wescott. 


Cox. J. Elwood. (Shuttle blocks. 


Parsons. D. H. 


etc.) 


Steele, E. D. 


Crouch Bros. Mfsr. Co. 


Earnhardt. C. C. 


Columbia Furniture Co. 



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Continental Furniture Co. 
Dalton Furniture Co. 
Dixie Milling Co. 
Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 2. 
Davis-Kirkrnan Co. 
Electric Milling Co. 
Ecker, F. (Mirror Plates.) 
Eagle Furniture Co. 
Ellison Mantel & Table Co. 
Enterprise Table Co. 
Bleuola Brick Co. 
Giant Furniture Co. 
Globe Home Furniture Co. 
Globe Parlor Furniture Co. 
Ili.nk 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 Veneering Co. 
High 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. 
Piedmont Hosiery Mills. 
Parker Paper & Twine Co. 
Peerless Machine Co. 
Pittsburg Plate Glass Co. 
Piedmont Mills. 
Pickett Cotton 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. 
Snow Basket Co. 
Southern Novelty Works;. 
Tate Furniture Co. 
Tomlinson Chair Mfg. Co. 
Union Furniture Co. 
Welch Furniture Co. 
Durham Hosiery Mills. 



OAK RIDGE. 

Population, 1909: White, 200; col- 
ored, 50; total, 250. 

Value real estate, $250,000 ; value per- 
sonal property, $75,000. 



Postmaster — C. R. Bowman. 
Magistrate — Chas. Case. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist — H. C. Byrum, Pastor. 
Methodist I'rotestant — W. R. Low- 
dermilk, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Oak Ridge Institute — J. A. & M. H. 
Holt, Principals. 

DOCTORS. 
Paddison, J. R. 

LAWYERS. 
Whitaker, T. E. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Dounell & Holt. 
Stafford Bros. 
Dounell, W. O., Jr. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Oak Land Park Hotel. 
Oakhurst. 
Whitaker House. 
All school dormitories. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Linville, Frank. 

SAW AND PLANING MILLS. 
Case, C. R. 
Donnell Bros. 



JAMESTOWN. 

Population, 1909: White, 600; col- 
ored, 25; total, 625. 
Value real estate, $100,000. 
Postmaster — N. M. Bales. 
R. R. Agent — R. A. Ramsey, South- 
ern Railway. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist — W. L. Dawson, Pastor. 
Presbyterian — A. S. Caldwell, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Jamestown High School — E. J. Col- 
trane, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Gordon, J. R. 
Foscue, J. E. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Richardson, Bundy, & Co. 
Johnson, A. F. 
Oakdale Store. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Bundy House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Bundy House Stables. 

COTTON MILLS. 
Oakdale Cotton Mill. 

BUGGY MANUFACTURERS. 
Bundy-Richardson Buggy Works. 

FLOUR MILLS. 
Williard Flour Mill. 

SAW MILLS. 
Williard Saw Mill. 

SHOE MANUFACTURERS. 
Johnson Brothers & Co. 

BLACKSMITHS. 
Lee, J. W. 
Barley, Jule. 

CANNING FACTORY, 
Gardner, Jesse A. 

FEED MILL. 
Coltrane, J. L. 



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GUILFORD COLLEGE. 



Faculty of Guilford College. 
LEWIS LYNDON HOBBS, M. A., 

LL. D., President. Latin and Psychol- 
ogy. 

JOHN EDWIN JAY, M. A.. Biblical 
Literature. 

.TAMES FRANKLIN DAVIS, M. A., 
Greek and German. 

GEORGE WILSON WHITE. B. A., 
Mathematics. 

IT. LOUISA OSBORN, B. A., Mathe- 
matics and Latin. 

ADA M. FIELD. M. A.. Chemistry 
and Geology. 

SAMUEL HORACE HODGIN, B. A., 
English. 

WILLIAM HERBERT. B. A.. Bio- 
logy and Physics. 

CLEMENT O. MEREDITH. B. 

Latin. 

DFDLEY DEWITT CARROLL. 

A.. History and Economics. 

ALLAN 'WILSON HOBBS, B. 
Physical Director and Assistant 
Mathematics. 

MARION B. RFSTEDT, Ph. 

Assistant in Mathematics and English. 

MISS BERNICE VIVIAN CRAIG, 

Director of the Department of Music. 



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B. 

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GIBSONVILLoE. 

Incorporated in 18S2. 

Population, 1900: White, 1,100; col- 
ored. 100: total, 1,200. 

Value real estate. and personal 
property. $295,411. 

Tax Rate: 25c. on the $100 and 
$1.00 poll. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — B. Dayidson. 
Postmaster — N. R. Wood. 
Chief of Police — John M. Tysar. 
R. R. Agent— H. L. Jones. 
Manager Telegraph — H. L. Jones. 
Telephone Manager — L. T. Barber, 
Gibsoiiville Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist Protestant — D. A. Bras- 
well, Pastor. 

Baptist — No Pastor. 
Lutheran — E. F. Sox, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Gibsonville Graded School — J. W. 
Carroll. Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Gibsonville — J. W. Boring, 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 
Jordan, G. E. 
Dick. J. V. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Walker, J. H. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Somers Bros. 
Gibsonville Store Co. 
Burk. J. W., & Co. 
Cobb. W. R. 
Fogleman & Murray. 
FLOUR. CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Huff. O. L. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Gibsonville Hardware Co. 
COTTON MILLS. 
Minneola Mfg. Co. 
Gem Cotton Mills. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Whitesell, John L. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Vortex Lumber Co. (Carpenter shop, 
building material, etc.) 

Overman Chair Manufactory. 



HALIFAX COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, HALIFAX. 

Population: (Census 1910), 37.646. 

Formed in 1758. Named in honor of Earl of Halifax. 

Area, 680 square miles. 

Value real estate, $5,590,419; value personal property, $2,963,657. 

Property listed in 1910. by whites. $7,603,227; by negroes, $950,S49. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 61 2-3c. on the $100; poor,, etc., 23 2-3; 
and bridges, 20c. ; schools. 18c. 

County bonded debt. $40,000. . 

Public Roads: Worked by convicts and day labor. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Roanoke Rapids Power Co., assessed value $ 11. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 61.09 miles, assessed value 1,790. 

Southern Railway — Rolling Stock, assessed value 19 

Seaboard Air Line Railway. 20.20 miles, assessed value 405 

Pullman Co., assessed value 9 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 19 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 7 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 24 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 9 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 6 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 2 



roads 



710.00 
301.71 
806.00 
039.90 
604.02 
130.00 
519.33 
961.57 
207 00 
173 40 
033.00 



HALIFAX COUNTY. 



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Roanoke Navigation and Water Power Co. assessed value 

Superior Court Terms: January 30th, (1 week), crim 
March 6th, (2 weeks) ; June 5th, (2 weeks) ; August 21st, 
vember 27th, (2 weeks). 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— Sterling M. 
Gary, Halifax. 

Sheriff— J. A. House, Thelma. 

Register of Deeds — J. H. Norman, 
Halifax. 

Treasurer — J. E. Bowers, Scotland 
Neck. 

Coroner — H. G. Rowe, Weldon. 

Co. Sunt, of Health— I. E. Green, 
Weldon. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— A. S. Harri- 
son, Enfield. 

Supt. of County Home — W. B. 
Drewry, Halifax. 

Co. Board of Education — J. A. Col- 
lins, W. R. Neville, W. P. White, En- 
field. 

County Commissioners — W. R. Har- 
vey, Littleton; S. G. Whitfield, En- 
field ; S. P. Johnston. Weldon ; H. A. 
Edwards, Roanoke Rapids ; S. T. 
Thorne, Jr., Airlie. 

County Board of Elections — Whit. 
A. Johnston. Littleton ; A. McDowell, 
Scotland Neck; Thos. Dickens, Fau- 
cetts. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Brinkleyville Township — Ben. M. 
Hardy, Brinkleyville; W. G. Vinson, 
Brinkleyville; Thomas H. Taylor, 
Brinkleyville; George L. Knight, 
Brinkleyville; C. A. Williams. Ring- 
wood ; W. H. Hayes, Ita ; W. W. Ros- 
ser, Essex; H. S. Quail. Brinkleyville. 

Butterwood — A. E. Carter, Little- 
ton; Nelson Hamill. Airlie. 

Conocanary — J. H. Darden. Spring 
Hill ; N. Fitzpatrick Crowells, 

Enfield— S. G. Whitfield. Enfield: B. 
D. Mann. Enfield ; W. P. Whitaker, 
Enfield; Junius Hardee. Enfield: S. 
Meyer. Enfield : J. Wilson Pittman, 
En field : John J. Robertson. Enfield: 
John Beavans. Enfield; J. B. Hunter. 
Enfield. 

Faucett — T. M. Lewis. Aurelian 
Springs; Tom Barnes. Aurelian 
Springs. 

Halifax— Dr. F. M. Resester, J. C. 
Butts. J. H. Fenner, Halifax; R. W. 
Carter. Halifax. 

Littleton— C. D. House. Littleton ; 
T. M. Pulley, Littleton ; W. E. Spruill, 
Littleton : M. T. Morris. Littleton. 

Roseneath— S. H. Strickland, Scot- 
land Neck. 

Palmyra — W. G. Hederepeth, Hob- 
good ; J. L. Philpot, Palmyra. 

Scotland Neck— I. H. Smith. Scot- 
land Neck; A. C. Livermon, Scotland 
Neck; B. F. Gray, Scotland Neck; J. 



. . . . 12,SSS 00 
nal cases only ; 
(2 weeks) ; No- 



R. H. 



E. Shields, Scotland Neck; 
Smith. Scotland Neck. 

Weldon— B. A. Pope, Weldon ; W. L. 
Stainback, Weldon ; W. T. Shaw, Wel- 
don ; C. B. Green, Weldon ; V. M. Bur- 
ton, Weldon ; T. L. Emery, Weldon ; 

F. H. Treacy, Roanoke Rapids; R. W. 
Brown. Roanoke Rapids. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Hobgood Academy — Miss Ferrell, 
I Principal. 

Weldon Graded School — Jno. D. 
Everett, Principal, Weldon. 

Roanoke Rapids Graded School — A. 
B. Akers, Principal, Roanoke Rapids. 

Scotland Neck Graded School — J. P. 
Aiken, Principal. 

Enfield Graded School— C. L. Whita- 
ker, Superintendent. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Cotten, James, Neal. 

Dunn, Balfour, Scotland Neck. 

Brinkley, A.. Aurelian Springs. 

Bobbitt, A. G., Crowells. 

Riddick. J. T.. Spring Hill. 

Askew. J. R., & Bro., Spring Hill. 

Stallings, O. P., Dawsons. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Wills, Miss Mary. Brinkleyville. 

Laughter, Miss Louise, Brinkleyville. 

Crawley, Miss Agnes, Essex. 

Knight. Miss Lila, Essex. 

Bennett, Miss Lizzie, Essex. 

Lawrence, Miss Annie, Enfield, R. 
F. D. 

Williams. Miss Pattie, Ringwood. 

Harvev, Miss Annie, Ringwood, R. 
F. D. 

Albright, W. H.. Littleton. 

Albright, Mrs. W. H.. Littleton. 

Flythe, Miss Myrtle, Aurelian 
Springs. 

Sledge, Miss Lillian Irene, Littleton. 

Daniel, Miss Mary Long, Airlie. 

Pope. Miss Susie E., Crowells. 

Sewell, Miss Jennie M., Tillery. 

Hancock. Miss Bessie. Spring Hill. 

Bustin. Miss Delia, Enfield. 

Barnes, Miss Mamie, Enfield. 

Quincy. Miss Margaret, Enfield. 

Hamill, Mrs. Eugene. Enfield. 

Hardee, Miss Blanche, Enfield. 

Petway. Miss Lucy, Enfield. 

Pittman. Miss Mamie. Enfield. 

Whitaker, Miss Susie. Enfield. 

Arrington, Miss Maude. Heathsville. 

Arrington, Miss Maude, Aurelian 
Springs. 

Vaughn, Mrs. J. H.. Aurelian 
Spi ings. 

Moss. Miss Marie. Littleton. 

Eure. Miss Lottie, Halifax. 

Daniel, Miss Helen, Halifax. 



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Ausby, Miss Rebe, Halifax. 
Robinson, Miss Rebecca, Halifax. 
Clarke. Mrs. Elizabeth, Halifax. 
King, Mrs. H. T., Littleton. 
Johnston, Miss Corine W., Littleton. 
"Webb, Miss Mary H., Thelnia. 
Harrison, Miss Urtie, Littleton. 
Pittman, Miss Emma V., Littleton. 
Johnston. Mrs. Rosa M., Littletou. 
Vernon, T. L., Hobgood. 
Spencer, Miss Annie, Hobgood. 
Leggitt. Mrs. Jno. W., Hoogood. 
Peele, Mrs. Evie, Palmyra. 
Joyner, Miss Kate I., Hobgood. 
Savage, Miss Brightsey, Palmyra. 
Anderson, Miss Lossie, Palmyra. 
Hicks, Miss Stella, Rosemary. 
Hockaday, Mrs. Mamie H., Rose- 
mary. 

Carr, Miss Mary, Enfleld. 
Joyner, Mrs. Fannie S., Scotland 
Neck. 

House, Miss Lilia, Scotland Neck. 
House, Miss Mary D.. Scotland Neck. 
White, Mrs. D. A., Scotland Neck. 
Barkley, Miss Sallie I., Scotland 
Neck. 

Butts, Miss Alice G., Halifax. 
Butts, Miss Virgie, Halifax. 
Barkley, Miss Edna S., Weldou. 
Hyman, Miss Sallie, Enfield. 
Stallings, Miss Mabel E., Enfleld. 
Dunn, Miss Minnie. Enfleld. 
White, Miss Mary, Enfield. 
Petway, Miss Lucv. Enfield. 
Whitaker, Miss Ruby. Enfield. 
Carr, Miss Jennie, Enfield. 



DOCTORS. 

Furgerson, H. B. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

The Proelich Trading Co. 

Hales, C. H. 

Hales, B. H. 

Hux, G. A., & Co. 

Richards, S. A. W. 

GROCERS. 
Stedman, N. L., & Co. (Wholesale). 

JEWELERS. 
Grady, L. G. 

LAWYERS. 

Clark, Elliott. 
Travis, E. L. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 

Vaughan, T. O. 



HALIFAX. 

Population, 1909, 500. 

Tax Rate:, 40c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — John H. Farmer. 

Chief of Polite — D. C. Fenner. 

Treasurer — J. H. Batts. 

Tax Collector — F. H. Gregory. 

Postmaster — W. A. Willcox. 

R. R. Agent— R. H. Merchant, At- 
lantic Coast Line. 

Express Agent — R. H. Merchant, 
Southern Express Co. 

Telegraph Manager — R. H. Mer- 
chant, Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

St. Mark's, Episcopal — C. G. Bradley, 
Rector. 

Baptist — A. G. Wilcox, Pastor. 

Catholic — Father O'Brien, Rector. 

Methodist — J. E. Holden. Pastor. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Roanoke Hotel. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Halifax — N. L. Stedman, 
President; Fletcher H. Gregory, 
Cashier. 

DRUGGISTS. 

The Furgerson Drug Co. 



WELDON. 

Population, 1910: 2,500. 

No. white polls, 161; No. colored 
polls, 145. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty, $825,000. 

Tax Rate, 50c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. W. Wiggins. 

Chief of Police — S. M. Dickens. 

City Clerk— D. E. Stainback. 

Treasurer — W. M. Cohen. 

Tax Collector — 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. P. Rodwell, Seaboard 
Air Line. 

Express Agent — H. M. Poe, South- 
ern Express Co. 

Telephone Manager — M. Phillips, 
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— John D. 
Everett, 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. S. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Chockayotte Brick Co. 



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Weldon Brick & Land Improve- 
ment Co. 
Roanoke Brick Co. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
Weldon Shoe Co. 
Stainback, A. L. 
Gregory, P. C. & C. W. 

BOOK STORES. 
Spier Bros. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Parker, W. T. 
Weldon Meat Market. 
COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
Weldon Cotton Manufacturing Co. 
Shaw Cotton Mills (Inc.) 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 
Russell, T. W. 
House, T. M. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Turner, J. S. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Stainback. P. N. 
Farber, H. 
Fried, M. 

COTTON GINS. 
Emery, C. R., & Co. 
Pierce & Garner. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
Gregory, P. C. & C. W. 
Stainback, A. L. 
Spiers Bros. 

DENTISTS. 
Ward, W. J. 

TOBACCO DEALERS. 

Evans, J. T. 

, DRUGGISTS. 

Cohen, W. M. 
Zollicoffer, A. R. 

DOCTORS. 
Green, I. E. 
Zollicoffer, A. 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. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Weldon Furniture Co. 
GROCERS. 
Evans, C. G. 
Alston, J. A. 
Parker, W. T. 
Weldon Grocery Co. (Wholesale). 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Pierce-Whitehead Hardware Co. 
Clark, E. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Stainback, A. L. (Life). 
Stainback, D. E. (Fire, Life, Cas- 
ualty). 

JEWELERS. 
Waller, J. H. 

LAWYERS. 
Daniel, W. E. 



Green, Geo. C. 
Clark, E. T. 
Harrison, X. C. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 

Weldon Lumber Co. 
Florence Lumber Co. 
House Manufacturing Co. 
House, A. C, Lumber (Jo. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 

Pierce-Whitehead Hardware Co. 
PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Weldon Furniture Co. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Harrell's Printing House. 
Hay ward, E. L., Job Printer. 
Weldon Printing Co. 

CONFECTIONARY DEALERS. 
Pair, M. C. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
House, T. M. 
Russell, T. W. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Roanoke News — John VV. Sledge, 
Editor. 

Eastern Sentinel — H. B. Harrell, 
Editor. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Turner, J. S. 

TAILORS. 
Rowe, A. W. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Rowe, H. G. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Spiers, H. C. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Weldon Live Stock Co. 



SCOTLAND NECK. 

Population, 1910 : 2,100, estimated. 
No. white polls, 100; No. colored polls, 
7f5. 

Value real estate, $4S2,5S6; value 
personal property, $529,35S. 

Tax Rate, 75c. on the $100. 

Bonded debt; $15,500. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

3Iayor — A. C. Livermon. 

Chief of Police — G. H. Johnson. 

City Clerk — J. E. Shields. 

Treasurer — Stuart Smith. 

Tax Collector — G. H. Johnson. 

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., and Telegraph Agt. 

Telephone Manager — B. F. Weaver, 
Carolina Tel. & Tel. Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — J. E. Hutson (Supplied). 

Episcopal — C. G. Bradley, Rector. 

Methodist — J. A. Dail, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Scotland Neck Graded School — 
J. B. Aiken, Superintendent; Miss 
Anna Clark, Principal. 



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HOTELS AM) BOARDING HOUSES. 

Scotland Neck Hotel. 

Bowers, Mrs. C. E. 

Cray. T. K. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Scotland Neck Bank — A. McDowell, 
President: .1. II. Alexander, Jr. Cash 
ier. 

Planters & Commercial Bank — 
Claude Kitchin, President; O. J. 
Moore, Cashier. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Madry, D. A. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Hancock, W. T., Co. 

Edwards & Co. 

Pittman & Bishop. 

Hoffman, M., & Bro. 

Josey, R. C. & Co. 

White & Paul. 

Burroughs-Pittman- Wheeler Co. 

Madry, J. W. 

Powell, E. E. 

Jenkins. Mrs. K. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Smith, J. S. 

Lowe. E. M. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'RS. 

Brantley, W. A. 

Woolard, J. E. 

Braxton. E. L., & Co. 

Marks. W. M. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Scotland Neck Cotton Mills. 

Crescent Hosiery Co. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Ausbon. .T. H. 

.Tames. M. G 

Steakland. A. 

Robertson. J. W. 

Allsbrook, Wilson. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Keel. Peyton. 

Manner. R. J. 

Speed. J. H. 
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Bowers & Co. 

Madry, J. R. 

Kitchin. S. P.. 

Josey Hardware Co. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Hancock, W. T., Co. 

Edwards & Co. 

Pittman & Bishop. 

Hoffman, M., & Bro. 

Josey, R. C, & Co. 

White &■ Paul. 

Burroughs-Pittman -Wheeler Co. 
COTTON GINS. 

The Cotton. Oil & Ginning Co. 
Moore, G. K. 
Stewart & Wammock. 
DENTISTS. 
Liverman, A. C. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Whitehead, E. T.. Co. 



DOCTORS. 

Clark, H. I. 
Wimberley, J. P. 
Smith, O. F. 
DRV GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Burroughs- Pittman -Wheeler Co. 

Hancock, W. T., Co. 

Edwards & Co. 

Pittman & Bishop. 

Strickland, A. 

Hoffman. M., & Bro. 

Josey, R. C, & Co. 

White & Paul. 

.Madry, J. W. 

Allsbrook. Wilson. 

Jenkins, Mrs. K. 

Powell, E. E. 

Eyans, W. E. 

Bunch, J. M., & Co. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Scotland Neck Electric Light & 
Power Co. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 

House, K. L. 

Ausborn, J. H. 

Peterson, A. C. 

Strickland, A., & Son. 

Allsbrook, J. W. 

Robertson, J. W. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Scotland Neck Guano Co. 

Hoffman, M., & Bro. 

Edwards & Co. 

Josey, R. C, & Co. 

Hancock, W. T., Co. 

White & Paul. 

Ris-ffs & Johnson. 
FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Allsbrook. E. A. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Scotland Neck Furniture Co. 
GROCERS. 

Merchants Grocery Co. (Wholesale). 

Lewis & Co. (Wholesale). 

Bowers & Co. (Wholesale). 

Madry. R. J. (Wholesale). 

Scotland Neck Grocery Co. (Whole- 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Hardy Hardware Co. 
Josev Hardware Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Shields & Hill. (Fire and Life). 
Allsbrook. Bernard (Fire and Life). 
Alexander, J. H. (Fire). 
Josey, W. H. (Fire and Life). 
Bowers. J. S. (Fire). 
House. K. L. (Life). 

JEWELERS. 
Riff. F. A. 

LAWYERS. 
Kitchin. A. P. 
Kitchin & Smith. 
Smith, R. H. 
Dunn, Ashbv W. 
Dunn, S. A. 
Staton, C. L. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 
Coleman. J. S. 



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Dunn. S .F. 
White, W .H. 

PAINTERS. 
McDaniel. R. A. (Sign.) 
Malone, C. N. 

PLUMBERS. 
Gray, R. H. 
Roberson, A. S. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Jones. R. Ivey. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
The Commonwealth — J. C. Hardy, 
Editor and Owner. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Bowers White Lumber Co. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMEK8. 
Burroughs- Pittman -Wheeler Co. 
Hoffman, M., & Bro. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Whitehead, E. T., Co. 
Hardy Hardware Co. 
Josey Hardware Co. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Machlin. John. 
Whitehead, E. T., & Co. 
Savage, J. Y. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Crescent Hosiery Co. (Stockings 
and Shirts). 

Scotland Neck Cotton Mills. (Shirts 
and Hosiery). 

Cotton Oil & Grocery Co. (Cotton 
Seed Oil). 



LIVERY STABLES. 

Shields. R. J. 
Smith. E. S. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

White, W. P. (Saw Mill). 



RINGWOOD. 
Incorporated in 1867. 
Population, 1909, 150. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — 
Tax Collector — W. J. Mohome. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist — S. A. Cotten, Pastor. 
Episcopal — Rev. Air. Phelps. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Williams. C. A. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Williams. C. A. 
Whitehurst, J. H. 



HOBGOOD. 

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 S100. 
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— F. F. Eure, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Hobgood Academy — Miss Ferrall, 
Principal. 

DOCTORS. 

Leggett, K. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Lejrirett. K. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Shields, R. J. 

Hedsepeth, W. G. 

Bradley, S. D. 

Ausbon, R. M. (Groceries). 

Moore. J. K. 

Kilmondson Grocery Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Shields, R. J. 

Smith, E. S. 



TILLERY. 

Incorporated in 1S88. 
'Population. 1910: Whites, 100; col- 
ored, 300; total, 400. 

Value real estate. $20,000; value per- 
sonal property. $100,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. B. Flaug^er. 

Postmaster — G. N. Munphord. 

Chief of Police — H. L. Roebuck. 

R. R. Agent— J. B. Flaugher, At- 
lantic Coast Line. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— W. L. 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. & C. W. 
Standard Grocery Co. 
Cutchin, K. H. 
Munphord, G. N. 
Tillery & Tillery. 
Loner, Phillip. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
N. C. Lumber Co. (Lumber). 
Gregory, P. C. & C. W. 

ENFIELD. 

Incorporated in 1857. 

Population. 1909: Whites, 950; col- 
ored. 450; total. 1.400, 

Value real estate. $2(52.SOO; value 
personal property. $340,560. 

Tax Rate, 40c. on the $100. 

Mayor— W. T. Clement. 

Postmaster — T. H. Dickens. 

Chief of Police — J. F. Whitehead. 

R. R. Agent— E. L. Whithead, At- 
lantic Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — E. L. White- 
head, Western Union. 



HALIFAX COUNTY. 



MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — 
Methodist Episcopal, South — J. E. 
Holden, Pastor. 

Baptist — W. L. Britt, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant— C. L. Whit- 
aker, Pastor. 

Episcopal — Rev. Mr. Phelps, Rector. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADE3IIES. 

Enfield Graded School— C. L. Whit- 
aker, Superintendent. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Enfield— Geo. B. Curtis, 
President ; Ivey Watsou, Cashier. 

Comniercial & Farmers Bank — S. C. 
Bellamy, President; P. O. Petway. 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Collins, Jno. A. 

Harrison, A. S. 

Parker, F. M. 

Whitaker, L. T. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Harrison's Pharmacy. 

Whitaker's Drug Store. 

Beavan's Drug Store. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Curtis-Pierson Co. 

Randolph Supply Co. 

Mathews, J. R. 

Gunter, 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. 

Bobbitt Grocery Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Enfield Hotel. 
James Hotel. 
Whitaker, Miss O. H. 
Mathews, H. C. 
Smith, Mrs. Mary. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Clark, Jas. H. 
Branch, Frank. 

LAWYERS. 

Dunn, R. C. 
Taylor, J. H. 

DENTISTS. 
Highsmith, C. 

INSURANCE 

Britt, R. B. 
Watson, Ivey. 
Petway, P. O. 
Robertson, J. J. 



NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

The Progress — Theo. M. Cooper, 
Editor. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Enfield Hosiery Mills. 
Enfield Casket & Hardware Co. 
Enfield Basket & Hoop Factory. 
Condrey, J. E. (Saw Mill). 
Parker & Thorn. 
Duun, Jno. B. 



AGENTS. 



LITTLETON. 

Population, 1910: Whites, 1,200; col- 
ored, 500; total, 1,700. 

Value of real estate. ?400,000 ; value 
personal property, $200,000. 

Tax Rate: 35c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. M. Picot. 

Postmaster — McM. Furgerson. 

Chief of Police — J. F. Cullom. 

R. R. Agent — A. M. Newsom, Sea- 
board Air Line. 

Manager Telegraph — A. M. Newsom, 
Western Union ; R. E. Morris, Postal- 
Cable Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist Episcopal, South — R. H. 
Willis, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant— J. P. Taylor, 
Pastor. 

Presbyterian — Rev. Mr. Wood, Pas- 
tor. 

Episcopal — Francis Joyner, Rector, s 

Baptist — Rev. Mr. Walker, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Littleton Female College — J. M. 
Rhodes, President. 

Littleton High School— L. W. Bag- 
ley, Principal. 

Littleton Public School — Mrs. 
Marion Johnston, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Littleton— J. H. Harrison, 
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. 

DENTISTS. 

Perry, E. B., Jr. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Littleton Pharmacy. 

Perry, E. B., Jr. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Johnston, Eugene. 

Stallings. S. J. 

Moore, C. G. 

Nelson, M. 

May. W. H. 

Tarry Hardware Co. 

Williams, T. C. 

Newsom, J. F., & Son. 

Bobbitt, E. C. & J. O. 

Faiber, Wm. 

Rose, D. J. 



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Harvey, W. R. 

Northington, J. W. 

Vick, G. T. 

Harrison, V. T. 

Bobbitt. W. S. 

Bobbitt, J. H. 

Littleton Peed & Grocery Co. 

Riggan, R. I. 

Harris, Alston. 

Cardee. H. J. 

Wallette, E. E. 

Furgerson, Will. 

Gem Grocery Co. 

Eastern Grocery Co. 

Myrick, J. J., & Son. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Spring Park. 

Bon Air. 

B. P. Cooper's Hotel. 

New Vera. 

Boyce's Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

W. H. Thornton. 

Thornton. Mrs. Pattie. 

Motley, J. W. 

LAWYERS. 

Daniel. S. G. 

Pippin, Jos. P. 

Picot. Jno. M. 

Furgerson. McM. ' 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Sprnill & Perry. 

Alston. T. C. 

Harrison, T. N. 

BROKERS. 

Green. A. W. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Glasgow. J. R. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Sterling Manufacturing Co. (Dressed 
Lumber and Wood-working and Gin- 
nery). 

Worlett. E. E. (Dressed Lumber, 
Ginnery). 

Littleton Bottling Works (Soft 
Drinks). 

Littleton Hosiery Mills (Seamless 
Hosiery). 

Tate Machinery and Supply Co. 



ROANOKE RAPIDS. 

Population. 1909, 2.000: No. white 
polls. 250; No. colored polls. 5. 

Value real estate. $200,000; value 
personal property, $40,000. 

Tax Rate: 33 l-3c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — A. L. Clark. 

Chief of Police — Hux Baird. 

City Clerk— T. M. Jackson. 

Treasurer — R. W. Brown. 

Tax Collector — Hux Baird. 

City Attorney— A. L. Clark. 

City Supt. of Health— H. C. Trwin. 

Postmaster — W. S. Saunders. 

R. R. Agent— G. B. Crews, Seaboard 
Air Line. 

Express Agent — G. B. Crews, South- 
ren Express Co. 



MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— G. G. O'Neill, Pastor. 
Episcopal — H. H. Phelps, Rector. 
Methodist — W. F. Galloway, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Roanoke Rapids Graded School — A. 
E. Akers, Principal. 
i HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Hotel Truitt. 
Higsins Hotel. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Roanoke Rapids — W. H. S. 
Burgwyn, President; C. A. Wyche, 
Cashier. 

BAKERS. 
Wood, W. W. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
Roanoke Mills Co. 
Rosemary Manufacturing Co. 
Patterson Cotton Mill. 
Carolina Fiber Co. 
Roanoke Rapids Paper Mfg. Co. 
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Robinson, J. P. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Roanoke Pharmacy Co. 
DOCTORS. 
Long, T. W. M. 
Irwin, H. C. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Hancock-House Co. 
Marks, B. 
Kaplin, I. J. 
Tillery, W. D. 
Glover, E. B., & Bro. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 
Roanoke Rapids Navigation & 
Water Power Co. 
Roanoke Rapids Power Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Lauren <fc Faison. 
Brown, R. W. (Fire). 
Lawson (Life). 

JEWELERS. 

Lvnch, W. G. 

LAWYERS. 

Clark, A. L. 
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Roanoke Pharmacy Co. 
PAINTERS. 
Danghtry, Van. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Hodges, J. B. 

UNDERTAKERS. 

Glover. E. B. 



PATjMYRA. 

Population, 1909: Whites, 100; col- 
ored. 75; total, 175. 

Value real estate. $100,000; value 
personal property, $25,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. L. Mizell. 

Postmaster — L. J. Baker. 

Chief of Police — Cleveland Alsbrook. 

R. R. Agent — C. H. Roberson, At- 
lantic Coast Line. 



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1 1 A LI FAX— HARNETT. 



MINISTERS AM) CHURCHES. 

Methodist— W. F. Galloway, Pastor. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Baker & Roberson. 
Ausboru. E. B. 
Peele. W. M. 
Stephenson, J. B. 



HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hyman, .Mrs. E. 
Ausbon, E. R. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Baker & Roberson. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Baker. L. I. I Saw Mill, Cotton Gin). 



HARNETT COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, L1LLINGTON. 



special. 20c. : 



taxation, bal- 



Population: (Census 1910), 22.174. 

Formed in 1855; organized in 1858. Named in bonor of Cornelius Harnett. 

Area, 840 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $2,281,936; value personal property, $2,157,245. 

Property listed in 1910, by wbites, $4,245,594; by negroes, $191,957; by In- 
dians, $1,630. 

No. of Schools: For wbites, 58; for negroes, 23. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 61 2-3c. on $100; bridges, 2c. ; 
scbools and paupers. 3 l-3c. 

County bonded debt, $76,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles. 945. Worked, two townships by 
a nee by Old System. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 20.02 miles, assessed value $5S6,705.52 

Pullman Company, assessed value 1,136.34 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 5.771.07 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 3,366.88 

Carolina Power and Light Company, assessed value 21,227.39 

Cardenas Telephone Company, assessed value 125.00 

Benson Telephone Compnay, assessed value 1,305.00 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 11,303.00 

Durham and Southern Railroad, 20.62. assessed value 169,472.41 

Raleigh and Southport Railway, 21.75 miles, assessed value 108,750.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 1,634.00 

Clinton and Dunn Telephone Company, assessed value _30.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 3.528.00 

Superior Court Terms: Fourth Monday before the first Monday in March 
(two weeks), criminal and civil; 11th Monday after first Monday in 
(one week), criminal and civil; first Monday in September (one 
criminal and civil; tenth Monday after first Monday in September 
weeks), criminal and civil. 



March 

week), 

(two 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— Floyd H. Tay- 
lor, Lillington. 

Sheriff — James B. Lanier. Lillington. 
Register of Deeds — Allen M. Shaw, 
Lillington. 

Treasurer — Daniel B. Stewart. Lil- 
lington, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Coroner— J. W. Halford. Chalybeate. 

Surveyor — Daniel McCormick, Carn- 
bro. 

Co. Supt. of Health— L. J. Arnold, 
Lillington. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— J. D. Ezzell, 
Dunn. 

Supt. of County Home — F. J. Cox. 

Co. Board of Education— T. W. Har- 
rington, Broadway, R. F. D. No. 1; 
J. M. Hodges, Linden; O. Bradley, 
Kipling. 

County Commissioners — Dr. P. Mc- 
Donald, (chrm.), Lillington; A. F. 
Johnson, Lillington ; A. W. Gregory, 



Barclaysville ; J. E. 'Wilson, Dunn; V. 
C Matthews, Chalybeate. 

County Board of Elections — H T. 
Spears, Lillington ; E. F. Young, 
Dunn ; J. B. Holland. Dunn. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Anderson Township — J. S. Johnson, 
Cambro; Duncan Darroch, Cambro; 
L. P. Ray, Cambro. 

Averasboro — E. Lee. Dunn ; O. P. 
Shell, Dunn; V. L. Stephens, Dunn; 
J. F. Phillips. Dunn. 

Barbecue — John A. Clark, Broad- 
way. R. F. D. No. 2; John Darroch, 
Swanns Station. 

Black River — B. E. Barber, Angier; 
W. H. Gregory, Angier; J. G. John- 
son, Angier; J. W. Flowers, Angier; 
J. A. Hockaday, Angier. 

Buckhorn — W. A. Avent, Fuquay 
Springs, R. F. D. No. 1 ; L. S. Morris, 
Fuquay Springs, R. F. D. No. 1; J. D. 
Champion, Fuquay Springs, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 



HARNETT COUNTY. 



Duke— C. J. Smith, Duke; H. V. 
Moulton, Duke; W. H. Lucas, Duke; 
Til. G. Fowler, Duke; E. S. Yarbor- 
ough, Duke. 

Hector's Creek — W. R. Johnson, Pu- 
quay Springs, R. F. D. No. 1; A. A. 
Johnson, Fuquay Springs, R. F. D. 
No. 1; A. L. Baughcom, Fuquay 
Springs, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Grove — A. F. Grimes, Coats ; W. 
A. Johnson, Coats; D. A. Holland, 
Coats ; Y. W. Wellington, Coats ; J. A. 
Stewart, Coats ; John A. Turlington, 
Coats. 

Lillingrton — J. N. Fuquay, Lilling- 
ton ; S. AY. Withers, Lillington. 

Neill's Creek — J. D. Upchurch, Buie's 
Creek ; R. B. Crowder, Buie's Creek ; 
N. A. Stewart, Buie's Creek. 

Stewart's Creek— B. A. Dollar, Duke, 
R. F. D. No. 1; S. M. Hobbs, Duke, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Upper Little River — T. A. Harring- 
ton, Broadway, R. EJ D. No. 1; J. B. 
F. Stewart, Broadway, R. F. D. No. 
1 ; Tom H. Cummings, Broadway, R. 
F. D. No. 1; G. 1'. Minima, Broadway. 
R. F. D. No. 1; W. A. Page, Lilling- 
ton, R. F..D. No. 2; N. A. S. McLean, 
Lillington, R F. D. No. 2. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Presbyterian — C. L. Bragaw, Broad- 
way, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Methodist— W. C. Martin, Lilling- 
ton. 

Baptist — B. Townsend, Holly 
Springs. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

McKay, J. A., Lillington, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

McKay, A. M., Lillington. R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Spence, R. T., Fuquay Springs, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Rosser. Robert, Jonesboro, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Melvin, W. C, Duke. R. F. D. No. 2. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Johnson, W. J.. Cambro. 

McLean, Don M., Lillington, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

McDougal, Wm. Lillington, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Rich, Chas., Lillington, R. F. D. 
No 1. 

Spence, R. T., Chalk Level. 

Smith. N. A.. Kipling. 

Upchurch, J. C, Lillington, No. 1. 

Allen, Miller, Bunn Level. 

Sexton, J. A., Harnett. 

Smith, E. S., Lillington, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Mason, B. F., Lillington. R. F. D. 
No 2. 

Mason, Neill A., Lillington, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

CORN ANO FEED MIL.ES. 

Caviness; J. E., Lillington. 

Johnson, W J., Cambro. 



Rich, Z., Lillington, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Sikes, W. H., Lillington, R. F. D. 
No. 2 

McLeod, N., & Son, Jonesboro, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Johnson, Enoch, Spout Springs. 
SAW MIEES. 

Sexton, J. A., Harnett. 

Faucett, H. T., Lillington, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Smith, E. S., Lillington, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Sikes, W. H., Lillington, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Green, J. A., Lillington, R. F. D. 
No 1. 

Johnson, W. J., Cambro. 

McLaughlin, N., Lillington. 

Dupree-Massengill Co., (Milling 
Plant). 

Boyd Bros., Lillington. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Smith, Miss Jessie, Duke. 

Smith, Miss Flora, Duke. 

Culberson, Miss Ruth, Duke. 

Pope, Miss Lucile, Duke. 

Holland, Miss Effie, Duke. 

Cannaday, Miss Minnie, Duke. 

Davis, Miss Berta, Duke. 

Wilson, Miss Will L., Lillington. 

Call, Miss Margaret, Lillington. 

Currie, Miss Lizzie, Angier. 

Thomas, Miss Rosa, Dunn. 

Legette. Miss Virginia, Dunn. 

Doles, Miss Hazel, Dunn. 

Green, Miss Annie, Dunn. 

Herring, Miss Pauline, Dunn. 

New Miss Reba, Dunn. 

Wade, Miss Pauline, Dunn. 

Bush, Miss Mildred, Dunn. 

Forbes, Miss Julia, Dunn. 

Legette, Miss Lena, Dunn. 

Dorman, Miss Bessie, Dunn. 

Dorman, Miss Elizabeth, Dunn. 

Stewart, Miss Susan, Dunn. 

Lee, Miss Lissie, Dunn. 

Ray, Miss Mary Belle, Cambro. 

McCormick, Miss Janie, Cambro. 

McCormick, Miss Flora, Cambro. 

Davis, Miss Bessie, Cambro. 

Stephens, Miss Bessie, Coats. 

Lynk, Miss Lottie, Coats. 

McLaughlin, Miss Mary, Harnett. 

McLaughlin, Miss Margaret, Elease. 

McDonald, Miss Mary. Argo. 

Draughon. Miss Mattie. Benson, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Harrington, Miss Maude, Broadway, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Withers, Miss Katie, Broadway; R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Buchanan, Miss Clara, Broadway. 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Burgess, Miss Florence, Broadway, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Cameron, Miss Mildred, Broadway, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Bryan, Miss Mary, Chalybeate 



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HARNETT COUNTY. 



Miss Nellie, Chalybeate 
Miss Rachel, Chalybeate 



Springs. 

Smith, 
Springs. 

Smith. 
Springs. 

Page, Miss Bessie, Lillington, R. P. 
D. No. 1. 

Upchurch, Miss Iola, Lillington, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Lasater, Miss Mildred, Lillington, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Truelove, Miss Cora, Kinling, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Cade, Miss Madge, Kinling, R. F. | 
D. No. 1. 

Utley. Miss Nannie, Hollv Snrings, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Holland, Miss Mittie. Buie's Creek. 

Cox, Miss Ola, Broadway, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Rhodes. Miss Virginia. Godwin. 

Withers, Mrs. Annie B., Lillington. 

Harrington. T. A.. Broadway. R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Smith, H. Y., Broadway. R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Chamnion, J. D., Fnquav Snrings, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Marcum. J. D., Fuquav Snrings, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Partin, Chas. R.. Fuquav Snrings. 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Byrd. R. E.. Chalybeate Snrings. 

Rollins. E. M., Lillington. 

Weatherly. C. H.. Angier. 

Stenhenson. TV. H., Angier. 

Miller, B. F.. Dunn. 

Wilson. W. E.. Angier. 

Holt. J. E.. Kinling. 

Page. J. M.. Kinling. 

Stewart. C. D., Coats. 

Gardner. S. G., Coats. 

Wilson. S. P.. Benson, R. F. D. No. 3. 

McDonald. D. P.. Rock Branch. 

McLeod. R.. Duke. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Camnbell. «T. A.. Buie's Creek. 
COTTON GINS. 

Ennis & Norris, Benson, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Williams Milling Co.. Angier. 

Patterson Milling Co.. Broadway. 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Johnson. B. F.. Angier. R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Brown. J. R.. Kinling, R. F. 
No. 1. 

Senter & Rros., Kinling, R. F 
No. 1. 

Smith & Johnson, Kinling, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Elmore. M. A., Westville. 

Mr-Leod. T. B.. & Co., Broadway, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Ravles. D. S.. Coats. 

Johnson & McLeod. Buie's Creek. 

Allen. W. W., Duke, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Jones. M. L.. Duke. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Parker, J. C. Duke, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Avent. W. A., Kinling. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 



Spears & O'Connell, Kinling, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

McArtan, J., Paolia. 

Turlington, D., Duke, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Weathers, H. D., & Son, Holly 
Snrings. R. F. D. No. 2. 

Dunn Oil Mills. Dunn. 

Erwin Cotton Mills, Duke. 

McLamb, Mrs. T., Dunn, R. F. D. 
No. 5., 

Neighbors. S. C, Dunn, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Sorrell, W. R., Duke, R. F. D. No. 2. 

McLeod, N., & Sons, Broadway, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Arnold, I. S., Kipling, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Stewart. Allen, Lillington, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Sikes, W. H., Lillington, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Green. Mrs. J. A., Lillington, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Lillington Cotton Ginnery, Lilling- 
ton. 

Stenhens & Brown, Lillington. R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

N. V. Hare, Buie's Creek. 

Johnson, A. L., Lillington, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Buchannan, J. B., Broadway, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Parish, B. F., Coats. 

Turlington, L. L., Duke, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Stevens, Johnson & Co.. Angier. 

Salmon, Mrs. M. L.. Lillington. 

Dunree, B. F., Cardenas, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Gardner. Benton, Angier. 

Smith, E. S., Lillington. R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Adams. Sandy. Barclaysville. 



MI/LTNGTON. 

Ponulation, 1009, 525: No 



white 
value 



D. 
D. 



noils. 70; No. colored noils. 11. 

Value real estate. $112,230; 
nersonal nronerty, $55,275. 

Tax Bate: 25c. on the $100; n°U, 
75c; floating debt. $75. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mavor — Neill Fuquay. 

Chief of Police— J. C. Smith. 

City Clerk — E. S. Smith. 

Treasurer — J. C. Smith. 

Tax Collector— J. C. Smith. 

Standard-Keeper— J. H. Withers. 

City Attorney— E. S. Smith. 

City Supt. of Health — L. J. Arnold. 

Postmaster — Mrs. E. A. Atkins. 

"R. B. Agent — L. P. Kennedy, 
Raleigh & Southnort. 

Express Advent — L. P. Kennedy. 

Telegranh Manager — L. P. Kennedy, 
Western Union. 

Telephone Manager — Annie Shaw, 
Benson Telephone Co. 



HARNETT COUNTY. 



MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — B. Townsend, Pastor. 

Methodist— B. C. Stack, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — M. B. McLoughlin, 
Rector. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Lillington High School— E. M. Rol- 
lins, Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Caviness. 

Rogers Hotel. 

Johnson, F. P. 

Arnold, Mrs. Maggie. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Stewart & Avera. 

Shaw. J. M. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Lillington — D. H. Senter, 
President ; H. T. Spears, Cashier. 

National Bank — R. M. Nelson, Presi- 
dent ; M. P. Hirsch, Cashier. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Hockaday & 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. 

Knight, J. H. 

BOOK STORES. 

Burwell, L. D. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Parker, Gilliam. 
, Maynard, J. G. 

Johnson. J. L. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'R'S. 

Hockaday & Marsh. 

Ricks-Bryan Co. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Fuquay, J. N. 

Knight, J. H. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Shaw. J. M. 

Oxendine. D. 

Stewart & Avera. 
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Lillington Supply Co. 

Ricks-Bryan Co. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Parker, Gilliam. 
Maynard, J. G. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Lillington Supply Co. 
Ricks-Bryan Co. 
Johnson, J. D. 
Burwell, L. D. 

COTTON GINS. 
Hockaday & Marsh. 
Salmon, Mrs. M. L. 

DRUGGISTS. 
MePherson Drug Co. 
Ropers. J. A., & Co. 



DOCTORS. 

Withers, J. H. 
Caviness. J. E. 
Arnold, L. J. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Lillington Supply Co. 
Johnson, A. F. & A. M. 
Ricks-Bryan Co. 
Burwell. L. D. 
Johnson, J. D. 
Knight. J. H. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & 3FF'R'S. 
Lillington Supply Co. 
Ricks-Bryan Co. 
Johnson, J. D. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Maynard, J. G. 
Parker. Gilliam. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Lillington Supply Co. 
Ricks-Bryan Co. 

GROCERS. 
Lillington Supply Co. 
Parker Bros. & Johnson. 
Johnson. A. F. & A. M. 
Ricks-Bryan Co. 
Johnson, J. D. 
Knight, J. H. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Lillington Supply Co. 
Parker Bros. & Johnson. 
Johnson, A. F. & A. M. 
Ricks-Bryan Co. 
Johnson, J. D. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Fuquay, J. N. (Fire). 
Spears, H. T. (Fire). 

JEWELERS. 
Hawley, C. D. 

LAWYERS. 
Baggett, J. R. 
McLean, D. H. 
Baggett, Hiram, 
Byrd, W. P. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 
Ross. Chas.. Co. 
Stewart & Avera. 

NAVAL STORE DEALERS. 
Johnson, J. D. 
Stewart. H. C. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
MePherson Drug Co. 
Rogers, J. A., & Co. 

PAINTERS. 
Johnson. Jesse. 
Thomas, Arthur. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Lillington Supply Co. 
Parker Bros. & Johnson. 
Johnson, A. F. & A. M. 
Johnson. J. D. 
Ricks-Bryan Co. 
Johnson, D. J. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 



Harnett Reporter — Wm. C. 
Editor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Baggett. Hiram. 
MePherson. A. P. 



Ivey, 



25S 



HARXETT COUNTY. 



SHINGLE DEALERS. 

Ross, Charles, Co. 
I NDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Lillington Supply Co. 
Evans, Ed. 



2,500; col 
value ! 



DUNN. 

Incorporated in 1886. 

Population, 1900: Whites 
ored, 500: total, 3,000. 

Value real estate, $41S,10.~i : 
personal property, $358,015. 

Tax Ratee: 95c. on the S100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — N. A. Townsend. 

Postmaster — Thos. Jackson. 

Chief of Police— X. B. Bass. 

R. R. Agents— J. W. Whitehead, At- 
lantic Coast Line; J. F. Womble, Dur- 
ham & Southern. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES 

Methodist — F. A. Bishop, Pastor. 

Baptist — W. R. Cullom, Pastor. 

Free 3lill Baptist — Chas. Johnson, 
Pastor. 

Christian or Disciple — R. O. Lane, 
Pastor. 

Primitive Baptist — W. M. Monses, 
Pastor. 

Holiness — A. G. Canaiba, Pastor. 

Catholic — Father Irwin. Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Dunn Graded School — Juo. A. Mc- 
Lean, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

First National Bank — P. S. Cooper, 
President ; C. S. Hicks, Cashier. 

Bank of Cape Fear — Jno. E. Wilson, 
President; T. V. Smith, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Sexton, C. H. 

Highsruith, Chas. 

Hicks, I. F. 

Denning, O. L. 

Hudson, W. L. 

DENTISTS. 

Lee, S. P. J. 

Goodwin. J. C. 

Wilson, O. L. 

DRUGGISTS. 

C. L. 
Grantham (Inc.) 

JEWELERS. 
,T. W. 
GERERAL MERCHANDISE. 

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. 
Barnes & Holleday Co. 
Tart, P. G. A., & Son. 



Wilson, 
Hood & 

Jordan, 



Fleishman, B., & Bro. 

Bell, J. C. 

Smith & Cole. 

Jackson, W. S. 

Holland, W. D. 

Holland & Adams. 

Luther & Co. 

Star Hord Co. 

Mouser, Wm. M. 

Baucom. Mrs. J. W. 

Pope, Will. 

Wade, R. E. 

Bell, C. J., Bros. 

Jones, W. J. 

Pearsall, James. 

Jordan, J. E. 

Dupree, Lee, Co. 

Hatcher & Taylor. 

Pope & 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 HOUSES. 

Youug Hotel. 

Central Hotel. 

McLeod House. 

Bell House. 

Felton, Mrs. E. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Jernegan, L. P. 

Lane. W. H. 

Lane. J. W., &Co. 

Gerald, T. L., & Co. 

Ballance, J. H. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Guide (Weekly — J. P. Pittman, Edi- 
tor. 

LAWYERS. 

Clifford, J. C. 

Godwin & Townsend. 

Godwin, R. L. 

Wilson, Joe A. 

Young, E. F. 

Bell, W. C. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Taylor, J. A. 
Young, M. T. & C. R. 
Gooch, J. W. 
Canaday, George L. 
Turliugton, W. H. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Dunn Hardwood Co. 
Newberry 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. 
Stenhens-Howard Co. 



HARNETT COUNTY. 



259 



BUEE'S CREEK. 

Incorporated in 1003. 
Population, 1900: White, 222; col- 
ored, 20; total, 242. 

Value real estate, .$36,255 ; value per- 
sonal property, $14,503. 

Tax Kate: 20c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — N. K. Cox. 
Postmaster — Z. T. Kivett. 
Chief of Police — W. J. Ennis. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — J. A. Campbell, G. T. Mills, 
Pastors. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Buie's Creek Academy and Business 
College — J. A. Campbell, Prin. 
DOCTORS. 
McKay, J. F. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Little River Record (Monthly) — J. 
A. Campbell, Editor. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Johnson, W. M. 
Reardon, T. L. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
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. 
Raggett, J. R. 



DUKE. 

Population, 1909: White, 2.000; col- 
ored, 75 ; total, 2,075. 

Postmaster — F. M. McKay. 

R. R. Agent — E. W. Franklin, Dur- 
ham & Southern R. R. Co. 

Manager Telegraph — E. W. Frank- 
lin, Postal Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — W. C. Martin, Pastor. 

Baptist — J. A. Campbell, Pastor. 

Episcopal — S. M. Hanff, Rector. 

Presbyterian — M. B. McLaughlin, 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Duke Graded School — Miss Jessie 
Smith, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Harnett — B. N. Duke, Pres- 
ident; E. P. Davis, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Holt, W. P. 
Boyles, A. C. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Vest, J. L. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Davis, E. P. 



Johnson, W. B. 
Yarboro, E. S. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Thomas, E. R., Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Hassell-Johnson Co. 
Cates, H. S. & R. C. 
Grantham & Hodges. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Duke Hotel. 
Godfrey, J. L. 

COTTON MILLS. 
Erwin Cotton Mills Co. 

ICE MANUFACTURERS. 
Erwin Cotton Mills Co. 

COTTON GINS. 
Erwin Cotton Mills Co. 



ANGIER. 

Incorporated in 1901. 

Population, 1910: White, 240; col- 
ored 30; total, 270. 

Value real estate, $45,500; value 
personal property, $48,500. 

Tax Rate: 20c. on the $100 and 
60c. on poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— C. S. Adams. 

Postmaster— W; M. Young. 

Chief of Police — J. B. Matthews. 

R. R. Agent — E. J. Hudson, D. & 
S. By. Co. 

Manager Telegraph — E. J. Hud- 
son, Postal Telegraph & Cable Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— J. M. Holleman, Pastor. 

Methodist— W. C. Martin. Pastor. 

Primitive Baptist— J. E. Adams, 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Angier High School— C. H. Wea,th- 
erlv. Principal. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Harnett Leader— D. E. Dixon, Edi- 
tor. 

DOCTORS. 

Young, C. R. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Young Bros. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 

Dixon, D. E. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Williams, J. C. & B. F. 

Gregory <fc Johnson. 

Tatum. J. W. 

McLeod, D. A. 

Morris, M. F. 

William's Milling Co. 

Bennett, L. L. 

Denning, J. W. 

Denning, M. W. 
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS. 
Dionx, Mrs. J. P. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Williams, J. C. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Williams, J. C. 

Denning, M. W. 



260 



HARNETT— HAYWOOD. 



MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Cary Lumber Co. 
Williams ivxilling Co. 



Alonzo Barbour. (Wagon and re- 
pair shop.) 



HAYWOOD COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, WAYNESVILLE. 



Population: (Census 1910), 21,020. 

Formed in 1S08. Named in honor of John Haywood. 

Area: 470 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $3,355,768; value of personal property, $1,379,752. 

Property listed in 1909 by whites, $4,735,520; by negroes, $24,316. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 52; for negroes, 2. 

Tax Bate: 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 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 1,996.15 

Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 1,045.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 1,551.90 

Waynesville Telephone Company, assesed value 3,640.00 

Tennessee and North Carolina Railroad, 2.00 miles assessed value 5,000.00 
Canton Eelectric and Telephone Company, assessed value 5.000.00 

Superior Court Terms: January 30th (3 weeks); July 10th (2 w-eeks) ; 
September 25th (2 weeks). 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— Jerry R. Leath- 
erwood, Waynesville. 

Sheriff— W. A. Palmer, Waynesville. 

Register of Deeds — J. M. Noland, 
Waynesville. 

Treasurer — S. L. Stringfield, 

Waynesville. 

Surveyor— J. Robert Terrell, Clyde. 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Co. Supt. of Health— J. R. Mc- 
Cracken. Waynesville. 

Co S.upt. of Schools — R. A. Sentell, 
Waynesville. 

Sunt. of County Home — R. C. 
Moodv, Canton, R. F. D. 

Co. Board of Education— J. K. 
Boone. T. L. Gwyn, D. M. Cagle. 

County Commissioners — H. Arthur 
Osborne, Canton ; A. Howell, Waynes- 
ville; W. H. Henderson, Canton. 

County Board of Elections — J. R. 
Boyd, Waynesville: W. T. Denton, 
Wavnesvilie; M. D. Kinsland, Way- 
nesville. R. F. D. No. 3. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Waynesville Township — R. O. Mc- 
Cracken. S. J. Shelton Joseph Liner, 
J. B. Hoyle. Millard Allen, J. T. 
Duckworth. Waynesville. 

Pigeon— T. E. B. Gibson, J. M. 
Mease. M. D. Kinsland, Waynesville. 

Cecil — George Franklin, H. G. War- 
ren ; J. F. Singleton. 

East Fork — J. F. Blalock, William 
Ledbetter. B. F. Sellers, L. M. Clark. 

Beaverdam — I. J. Robinson. Canton ; 
W. G. Wilson, Canton ; J. Bat. Smath- 
ers. Canton. 

Clyde— C. L. Smathers. Clyde; J. 
M. Rogers, Clyde: E. Jud Smathers, 
Canton ; C. H. Willis. Canton : Wash. 



L. West, Canton : J. D. Pless. Canton. 

Crabtree — R. D. Liner, Clyde. R. F. 
D. No. 1; L. V. Rogers. Clyde, R. F. 
D. No. 1; S. L. James. Crabtree, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Fines Creek — George A. Brown, 
Crabtree. R. F. D. No. 1; J. 
R. Rogers, Crabtree, R. F. D. No. 1; 
W. S. Green. Crabtree, R. F. D. No. 1. 

White Oak — J. C. Ferguson. Cove 
Creek; R. W. Green, Teague; D. T. 
Messer. 

Jonathans Creek — John A. Howell, 
Cove Creek : J. C. Leatherwood, 
Wavnesvilie, R. F. D. No. 2; John A. 
Howell. Wavnesvilie, R. F. D. No. 2; 
R. W. Howell, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Ivy Hill — J. A. Campbell, Plott; J. 
A. Low. R. M. Ferguson. 

Cattaloochee — W. M. Sutton. Nellie: 
W. W. Bibee, Mt. Sterling: Chas. C. 
Roberts. 

Iron Duff— J. B. Bradshaw, Way- 
nesville. R. F. D. No. 2: G. C. Davis. 
Wavnesvilie, R. F. D. No. 2: James 
Morrow. Waynesville. R. F. D. No. 2. 
MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Baptist— D. C. Davis. Cove Creek. 

Methodist— J. H. Rider. Waynes- 
ville. R. F. D. No. 2; J. W. Kirk. 
Crabtree. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Bethel Hieh School— S. J. Guyes, 
Principal. Waynesville, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Rock Snring High School — D. Z. 
Newton, Principal, Clyde, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Rock Hill Hisjh School— J. W. Dal- 
lincrer. Principal, Wavnesvilie. R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Rich. J. C, Dellwood. 



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Walker, R. L., Crabtree. 
Wilson, J. E., Canton, R. F. D. 
Graham, W. A., Crabtree, R. F. 
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. E. Dellwood. 
Medford, J. B., Waynesville, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Sharp, W. T., Waynesville, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 
Morgan, J. W., Cove Creek. 
Morrow, J. P., Cove Creek. 
Ferguson, J. C., Teague. 
Noland, R. L., Crabtree, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Brown, George A., Crabtree, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Ferguson, Z. 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. D. 
No. 1. 
Pless, W. W., Cruso. 
Terrell, W. S., Canton, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Francis & Leatherwood, Waynes- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Long, J. M., & Co., Waynesville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Ferguson, W. R., Crabtree. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Pigeon Valley Mills, Canton, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 
Plott, J. O., Canton, R. F. D. No. 1. 
Crabtree Mills, Crabtree. 
Walker Bros., Crabtree. 
SAW MILLS. 
Champion Fibre Co., Waynesville, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Spahn & Roper, Waynesville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 
Campbell, R. G. A., Maggie. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Medford, J. L., Waynesville. 
Liner, Miss Nettie, Waynesville. 
Shelton, Lowery, Waynesville. 
Cathey, Miss Lula, Clyde. 
Cathey, Miss Sarah, Clyde. 
Crawford, Miss Zora, Waynesville, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Garner, Miss Maud, Waynesville, 
R F. D. No. 3. 

Guyer, S. J., Waynesville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Pless, D. H., Waynesville, R. F. D. 
No 3. 

Guyer, Mrs. S. J., Waynesville, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Blaloek, Miss Maud, vVavnesvilk>, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Crawford, Miss Zora, Waynesville, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 
Marr, W. M., Waynesville. 
MeMannaway, N. T., Waynesville. 
Allen, Miss Lena, Waynesville. 



McCrary, Miss Jessie, Fine's Creek. 

Underwood, G. C, Tuscola. 

Owen, Hubert, Waynesville, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Cock, A. R., Canton R. F. D. No. 2. 

Deaver, T. H., Waynesville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Byers, T. H., Clyde. 

Sellars, Miss Mary, Clyde. 

Allison, Claud, Waynesville, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Allison, J. H, Waynesville, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Whorton, Lindsey, Cruso. 

Reno, Miss Emma, Canton. 

Wilson, Miss Floy, Canton. 

Knight, Mrs. Gertrude, Canton. 

Francis, C. C, Waynesville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Worldley, Miss Artie, Canton. 

Bennett, Charles, Ola. 

Hannah, R. M., Ola. 

Moss, Z. V., Clyde. 

Moss, Mrs. Z. V., Clyde. 

Byers, Miss Mattie, Clyde. 

Kinsland, Miss Lina, Canton. 

Byers, W. G., Clyde. 

McCracken, Miss Ida, Crabtree. 

McCracken, Miss Estelle, Crabtree. 

Glance, Miss Ethel, Clyde, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Glance, Miss Julia, Clyde, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Davis, Miss Nora, Cove Creek. 

McCracken, Miss Lizzie, Crabtree, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Queen, W. P., Waynesville, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Ferguson, J. T., Crabtree, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Weaver, W. S., Crabtree, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Rhea, Robert, Crabtree, R. F. D. 
No. 1. „ 

Russell, Robert, Crabtree, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Chambers, R. C, Waynesville, R. F. 
D. No. 2. ^ 

Bramlett, T. J., Clyde, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Teague, Loyd, Teague. 

Hawkins, Miss Mary, Crabtree, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Ferguson, Miss Lillie, Crabtree. 

Dobson, Miss Hessie, Canton. 

Bennett, James,- Ola. 

Haynes, C. A., Clyde, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Reeves, Miss Georgia, Tuscola. 

Singleton, J. A., Waynesville, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Carpenter, C. M., Maggie. 

Owen, Miss Josie, Waynesville, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Bivins, C. M., Clyde, R. F. D. No. 1. 



WAYNESVUdlfE. 

Population, 1909: 3,500. 
No. white polls, 250; No. colored 
polls, 49. 



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Value real estate, $700,000; value 
personal property, $284,000. 

Tax Kate: $1.50 on the .*100. 

i:.. n (led debt, ^70.000. Floating debt. 
.$4,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— J. R. Boyd. 

Chief of Police — C. M. Blalock. 

City Clerk— J. H. Howell. 

Treasurer — J. H. Howell. 

Tax Collector — W. J. Haynes. 

City Attorney— S. C. Welch. 

City Supt. of Health— R. L. Allen. 

Postmaster — T. L. Green. 

R. R. Agent — J. W. Dowling, South- 
ern Railway. 

Express Agent — J. W. Dowling. 

Telegraph Manager — J. W. Dowl- 
ing. 

Telephone Manager — J. P. Swift, 
Waynesville Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Episcopal — .T. W. Areson, Rector. 

Methodist — J. H. Earnhardt, Pastor 

Baptist — J. M. McYIanaway. Pastor. 

Presbyterian — E. D. Kerr, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Waynesville Graded School — W. C. 
Allen. Supt. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Ken more. 

Gorden. 

Suyetta. 

White Sulphur Springs Hotel. 

Bonnie Castle. 

Bon Air. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Gauze. J. P. 

Liner, S. C. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bant of Waynesville — Alden Howell, 
President ; Alden Howell. Jr.. Cashier. 

First National Bank — G. W. Maslin, 
President ; W. T. Blaylock, Cashier. 

Commercial Bank — R. E. Osborne, 
President: J. R. Bovd, Cashier. 
BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Waynesville Brick & Tile Co. 
BOOK STORES. 

Wavnesville Book Co. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Rhinehart, R. M. 
Sehulhoffer. D. L. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 
Cagle, A. C. 

CLUBS. 
Waynesville Club. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Davis, P. W. 
Francis, J. P. 
Mitchell & Phillips. 
Liner, S. C. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Dykers, R. H. 
Brown, I. J. 

Liverv. Feed & Fuel Co. 
' CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Mitchell. McCracken & Co. 



DENTISTS. 

Smathers, B. F. 
Smathers, .lohn H. 
McDowell, C. H. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Mcintosh-Foard Co. 
Waynesville Pharmacy. 
Annex Pharmacv. 

DOCTORS. 
Way, J. H. 
McCracken, J. R. 
Abel, J. F. 
Stringfleld, Thomas. 
Stringfleld, S. L. 
McFadyen, H. L. 
Greenwood, B. H. 
Allen, R. L. 
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Lee & Mock. 

Ray, Clyde H. 

Howell, D. A. 

Coble, George W. 

Massie, T. N. ■ 

Horton, W. K. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Haywood Electric Power Co. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Livery Feed & Fuel Co. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Ray, Clyde H. 
Coble, George W. 

GROCERS. 
Blackwell, Bushnell & Co. (Whole- 
sale.) 

Haywood Grocery Co. (Wholesale.) 
Boone, J. D. 
Harrold, E. S. 
Wavnesville Grocerv Co. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Waynesville Hardware Co. 
Rhinehart & Turbyfill. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Carraway, James E. (Life.) 
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 
Wavnesville Wood Mfg. Co. 

PAINTERS. 
Russell. C. B 
David, Goras. 
Underwood. W. P. 



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PLUMBERS. 
Miller, L. A. 
Maxwell & Smith. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Sherrill, George D. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Waynesville Printing: Co. 
Enterprise Printing: Co. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
The Waynesvile Courier (Weekly) — 
G. C. Briggs, Editor. 

Western Carolina Enterprise (Week- 
ly) — Jno. W. Norwood, Editor. 
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Atkins & Atkins. 
Bnss, John F. 
Withers, E. L. 
Hyatt Bros. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Boone, J. K., & Co. 
Feed & Lumber Co. 

TAILORS. 
Freet, A. R. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Locran, C. G.. & Co. 
Ray. Clvde H., & Son. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Mcintosh & Co. 
Boone, .T. K., & Co. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Waynesville Produce Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Unagusta Mfg. Co. (Furniture.) 
Waynesville Furniture Co. (Furni 
ture.) 
Junaluska Leather Co. (Tannery.) 



CLYDE. 

Population. 1900. 350. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — J. W. Morgan. 
Postmastei — W. H. .Tarrett. 
Chief of Police — I. L. Justice. 
R. R. A s-ent— Fred West. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — J. H. Green, Pastor ; 
Rev. Air. Moore. 

Baptist — F. B. Raymond, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Haywood Institute — W. H. Woodall, 
Principal. 

Clyde School— G. C. Davis, Prin. 
DOCTORS. 

Davis. F. M. 

Medford, S. B. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Medford, S. B. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Haynes. F. E. 

Cagrle. D. M. 

Morgran, J. W. 

Finchen. A. J., & Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Clyde Inn. 

Oak Herst. 

Glen Holm. 

Skyland Horned 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Smathers, John H. 

Robinson. R. V. 



CANTON. 

Incorporated in 1887. 
Population, 1900. 3,584. 
Value real estate, $1,000,000; value 
personal property, $150,000. 

Tax Rate: $1.00 on tne $100. 
1'OWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — John M. Curtis. 
Postmaster — C. F. Smathers. 
Chief of Police— S. J. Taylor. 
R. R. Agent — Wm. Bailey. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — Rev. Mr. Chesterson, Pas- 
tor. 

Methodist — L. B. Abernethy, Pas- 
tor. 

Presbyterian — Rev. Mr. Hunt, Pas- 
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. Hensou, Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Mease, J. H. 
Willis, A. P. 
Dr. Carraway. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Champion Fibre Co. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Canton Vindicator — H. E. Walter, 
Editor. 

DENTISTS. 

Smathers, H. A. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Acme Pharmacy. 
Neely. S. H. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Smathers, Jesse R. 
Singleton, Thomas. 
Austin, John. 
Curtis, J. M., & Son. 
Dickerson. 
Scott, J. W. 
Hampton, C. V. 
Hampton, O. M. 
Hampton, W. J., & Son. 
Mease, J. N., & Sons. 
Lee & Brown. 
McGce, W. F. P. 
Sharp, W. T. 
Williams, Ben. 
Hippa & Moffitt. 
Wells, C. T. 
Jeffreys & Osborne. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 
Meares House 
Central Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Williams Bros. 
Massie, W. G. 
Morgan, M. R. 



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HENDERSON COUNTY. 



HENDERSON COUNTY. 

COUNT!' SEAT, HENDEBSONVILLE. 



Population: (Census 1910), 16,202. 

Formed iu 1838. Named in honor of Governor Henderson. 

Area, 300 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $2,029,354; value of personal property, $1,041,774. 

Property listed in 1910, by whites, $3,671,128; by negroes, $5G,00S. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 53; for negroes, 10. 

Tax Bate: County purposes, SGc. on the $100; roads, 20c; bridges, 9 l-3c. 

County bonded debt, $150,000. 

Public Boads: No. miles, 500. Worked by labor, not tax, and chain-gang. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPBESS COMPANIES. 
Southern Railway — Carolina Division, 33.13 miles, assessed value. .$197,231.18 

The Pullman Company, assessed value 3,816.12 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 3,064.53 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 2,640.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 5,897.22 

Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 8,323.00 

Hendersonville Light and Power Company, assessed value 1,210.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value .... 2,250.40 
Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 040.00 

Superior Court Terms: First Monday in March, criminal (one week) ; 
10th Monday after the first Monday in March, civil (two weeks) ; fourth 
Monday after the first Monday in September, criminal (two weeks) ; 10th 
Monday after the first Monday in September, civil (two weeks). 



COUNTY OFFICEBS. 

Clerk of the Court— C. M. Pace, 
Hendersonville. 

Sheriff— A. M. BlacKwell, Heuder- 
ville. 

Begrister 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. C. Parker, 
Hendersonville. 

Co. Board of Education — C. Oates, 
Beaver Wallow; J. D. Dermid, Hen- 
dersonville; J. 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 Bidgre 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. F. D. ; J. B. Hill, Hender- 
sonville. R. F. D. ; J. A. Garren, Hen- 
dersonville, R. F. D. ; A. J. 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 ; Bob. L. Freeman, Bear Wallow ; 
W. G. Lyda, Bear Wallow. 

Green Biver — J. W. Ward, Zirconia. 
R. F. D. ; R. B. Ward, Zirconia, R. 
F. D. ; A. A. McDowell, Zirconia, R. 
F. D. 

Hendersonville — J. D. Dermid, Hen- 
dersonville; B. F. Hood, Henderson- 
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 Biver — N. W. Posey, 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. 

MINISTEBS 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 Bock Graded School— D. H. 
Cline, Principal, Flat Rock. 



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PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Hutchinson, W. G., Hendersonville, 
R. F. D. 

Greenwood, S. E., Horseshoe, R. 
F. D. 

Johnson, L. L., Fletcher, R. F. D. 

Russell, L. P., Fletcher, 

Gureard, A. R., Fletcher. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Walker, L. P., Flat Rock. 

Freeman Bros., Bat Cave. 

Carl, John, Dana. 

Davenport, A. L. & L. E., Horseshoe. 

Sales Bros., Fletcher. 

Johnson, T. L., Fletcher. 
FLOUB, COKN AND EEED MILLS. 

Marshall, B. W., Henaersonville, R. 
F. D. 

SAW MILLS. 

Maxwell, A. R. & W. P., Henderson- 
ville, R. F. D. 

Carl, T. C, Hendersonville, R. F. D. 

Gilliam, S. M., Hendersonville, R. 
F. D. 

Henderson, J. P., Hendersonville, R. 
F. D. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Lanniug, Miss Sue, Fletcher. 

Freeman, Miss Florence, Henderson- 
ville. 

Grinnan, Miss Isabelle, Henderson- 
ville. 

Warlick, Miss Hattie, Horseshoe. 

Garren, Miss Delia, Hendersonville. 

Hart, Roy J., Hendersonville, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Klein, David H., Flat Rock. 

Hill, Tilden, Edneyville. 

Brock, Miss Lala, Flat Rock. 

Briggs, Miss Genia, Hendersonville, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Stepp, Thomas D., Flat Rock. 

Merchant, J. H., Dana. 

Young, W. S., Flat Rock. 

Pittillo, 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, G. F., Flat Rock, R. F. D. 

Clarke, W. T., Hendersonville. 

Hamilton, M. A. 

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. 

Shipman, Miss Mayme, Henderson- 
ville. 

Shipman, 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 Bell, Henderson- 
ville. 

Briggs, Turner P., Hendersonville, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Waters, T. J., Hendersonville, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Lyda, H. M., Hendersonville, R. V. 
D. No. 2. 

Ledbetter, B. R., Hendersonville, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Redden, Mrs. John, Hendersonville. 

Warlick, Miss Augusta, Horseshoe. 

Warlick, Miss Kate, Horseshoe. 

Brittain, Miss Maggie, Horseshoe. 

Hughes, Miss Jennie, Dana. 

Ledbetter, Miss Bertha, Henderson- 
ville. 

Woodfln, Miss Mary. 

Flack, Mrs. J. A., Edneyville. 

Gallimore. Prof., Hendersonville, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Pace, James H. 

Neeley, R. E., Hendersonville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 
Ledbetter, Miss Ludith, Edneyville. 
Paris, W. R. 

Merchant, Miss Laura E., Dana. 
Shipman, Miss Kate, Hendersonville. 
Lance, Miss Lula, Fletcher. 
Carson, Miss Ethel, Hendersonville. 
Carland, Miss Sue, Horseshoe. 
Johnson, Miss Ruby. 

Pryor, Miss Ethel, Fletcher. 
Jackson, Miss Hattie. 
Allen, Miss Bessie, Edneyville. 
Edwards, Miss Amy E., Henderson- 
ville. 

Morris, Hulbert, Hendersonville. 
Huggins, Henry, Hendersonville. 
Belle, A. P., Zirconia. 



HEXDERSONVILLE. 

Population, 1909: 3,500. No. white 
polls, 313; No. colored polls, 111. 

Value real estate, $859,035 ; value 
personal property, $131,517 ; total, $1,- 
2S8.552. 

Tax Rate : $1 02 

Bonded debt, $111,000; 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 Collector— A. J. Williams. 

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. 
James, Bell Tel. & Tel. Co. ; L. L. 
Sbeely, Western Union. 



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Telephone Manager — J. E. Brown, 
Asheville Tel. & Tel. Co. 

MINISTERS AND f 'HURCIIES. 
Baptist— J. W. Cawthan, Pastor. 
Methodist — J. W. Moore, Pastor. 
Catholic — Father Marlon. Pastor. 
Episcopal — H. B. Wilcox, Rector. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Hendersonville Graded School — R. 
M. Ivens, Superintendent. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Cates Hotel. 
"Wheeler Hotel. 
Hotel Majestic. 
Mt. City Inn. 
Hotel Lake. 
View Hotel. 
Allen. T. A. 
Israel, Mrs. S. A. 
Gover, Mrs. A. M. 
Stadley. Mrs. W. C. 
The Oaks. 

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, 
President ; P. F. Patton, Cashier. 
BAKERS. 
Toms, M. C. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Ingraham Brothers. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
Lott, Wm. 

BOOK STORES. 
Lott. Wm. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Lvda, W. C. 
Hyder. J. P. 
Pace & Sherman. 
Justice, A. F. 
Sherman & Shipman. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'R'S. 
Stepp, D. 

Enelish & Wilson. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Edwards, W. F. 
McCrary, 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. 
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. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Johnson, S. 
Williams, Otto. 
Jones, A. O. 
Collins, J. D. 
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. 
Hvder. J. P. 
Pace, D. S. 
Carl, Jonathan. 
Allen, T. A. 
Hyder, G. G. 

FLORISTS. 
Barnwill, Mrs. Lila RIply, 
Howard. Mrs. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Lvda, W. C. 

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. Yernon. 
Eubanks. John. 
Rav, 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. 
Blythe, O. V. F. 



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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, J. R. 

PAINT AND OIL, DEALERS. 

Hamilton & Brvson. 

PAINTERS. 
Garren, W. A. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Hyder, H. D. 

PLUMBERS. 

Melntyre, J. W. 
Detruer. J. H. 
Duffy, John. 



PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 

Michael Bros. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Baker, A. F. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Hustler (Weekly)— M. L. Shipman. 
Editor. 

Daily Herald — M. L. Shipman, Edi- 
tor. 

Western N. C. Times (Weekly)— T. 
W. Valentine, Editor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Eubanks & Eubanks. 

Smith & Waldorf. 

Orr, J. L. 

Toms & Williams. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 

Bennett Bros. 

Bly Bros. 

Morrow, J. C. 

Wilson, C. E. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Shepherd, M. M. 
Stepp, J. M. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Gari'en, W. A. 



HERTFORD COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, WINTON. 



Population: (Census 1910). 15.436. 

Formed in 1750. Named in honor of Marquis of Hertford. 

Area: 340 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $1,989,110; value of personal property, $1,420,569. 

rroperty listed in 1910, by whites, $2,861,433; by negroes, $548,246. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 33; for negroes. 33. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 41 2-3c, State, 25c; total, 66 2-3c. 

Public Roads: Worked by Special Act. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Chowan Motor Co., assessed value $ 5,100.00 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 14.53 miles, assessed value 425,815.74 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 1,714.02 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 4,172.59 

Wellington and Powellsville Railroad, 4.00 miles, assessed value 
Albemarle Steam Navigation Co., assessed value 



9,681.90 
1,650.00 



North State Telephone Co., assessed value 4,580.00 

Chowan and Roanoke Telephone Co., assessed value 672.00 

Southern Railway — Rolling Stock, assessed value 21.735.00 

Pullman Co., assessed value ■ . . . . 2,230.20 

Superior Court Terms: First Monday before 1st Monday in March. (Feb- 
ruary 27) ; 7th Monday after 1st Monday in March, (April 24) ; 6th Monday 
after 1st Monday in September, (October 16). 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — Thomas D. 
Boone, Winton. 

Sheriff — Asa E. Garrett, Ahoskie. 

Register of Deeds — John A. North- 
cott, Winton. 

Treasurer — A. E. Oarrett, Ahoskie. 
Coroner — Paul Mitchell, Ahoskie. 
Surveyor — J. D. Parker, Wood- 
land. 

Co. Sunt, of Health— J .H. Mitchell, 
Ahoskie. 
Co. Supt. 

Ahoskie. 



of Schools— T. E. Brown, 



-M. M. 



Supt. of County Home 

Brown. Ahoskie, R. F. D. 

Co. Board of Education — John E. 
Vann, C. W. Parker, M. Watson. 

County Commissioners — B. F. Wil- 
liams, A. I. Parker, C. E. Boyette, S. 
P. Winborne. C. W. Parker. 

County Board of Elections — A. C. 
Vann. I. F. Snipes, A. T. Newsome. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Ahoskie Township — J. J. Askew, 
Ahoskie; J. R. Garrett, Ahoskie; J. 
H. Mitchell, Ahoskie; J. W. Powell, 
Ahoskie; C. C. Sessoms, Ahoskie; C. 
N. Pruden, Ahoskie. 



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Harrellsville— A. B. Adkins, Bethle- 
hem; 8. M. Aumack, Harrellsville ; W. 
E. Miller, Harrellsville. 

Maney'8 Neck — L. F. Lee, Lotta ; S. 
1'. Winborne, Conio ; J. 1). Riddick, 
Riddicksville ; E. G. Sears, Como. 

Murfreesboro — Isaac Pipkin, Mur- 
freesboro ; J no. B. Trader, Murfrees- 
boro ; Jno. S. Wynn, Murfreesboro ; J. 

E. Evans, Murfreesboro; J. J. Parker, 
Murfreesboro : M. D. Gatling, Winton, 
R. F. D. ; T. M. Forbes, Winton, R. 

F. D. 

St. John's — J. E. Brett, Ahoskie, R. 
F. D. ; Jno. Freeman, Ahoskie, R. F. 
D. ; J. M. Eley, Woodland, R. F. D.; 
S. E. Vaughan, St. John; A. J. Vin- 
son, St. John. 

Winton — J. W. Boone, Winton; A. 
I. Parker, Winton ; W. S. Herring, 
Winton ; B. G. Williams, Cofleld. 
MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Poteat, J. H., Como. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Buckliorn Academy — Miss Joe Vann, 
Principal, Como. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Burbage, T. I., Como. 
31ERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Barnes, J. H., & Co., Como. 

Picot, G. C, Como. 

Williams, B. G., Cofleld. 

Israel, K. R., Tunis. 

Parker, C. W., Menola. 

Benthall, J. C, St. Johns. 
COTTON GINS. 

Mitchell & Garrett, Ahoskie. 

Green, W. G., Aulander. 

Odom, C. R., Rich Square. 

Thomas, R. P., Cofleld. 

Cofleld Mfg. Co., Cofleld. 

Taylor, J. C, Como. 

Winborne, S. P., Como. 

Askew, John O., Harrellsville. 

Mitchell, J. S., Winton. 

Parker, C. W., Menola. 

Newsome, W. B., Ahoskie. 

Daughtrey, O. E., Woodland. R. F. D. 

Bridgers & Jenkins, Ahoskie, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Ward, W. T., Harrellsville. 

Benthall, R. C, Woodland. 

Benthall, W. P., Woodland. 

Jenkins, J. H., & Co., Woodland, R. 
F. D. 

Pierce, A. J., Winton. 

Vaughan, J. C, Woodland. 

Ronntree & Co., Ahoskie, R. F. D. 

Mitchell, Hardy & Co., Aulander, R. 
F. D. 

Newsome, W. D., Ahoskie, R. F. D. 

Jenkins, J. H., & Sons, Aulander, 
R. F. D. 

Futrell, T. E., Ahoskie, R. F. D. 

Vann, A. C, Ahoskie, R. F. D. 

Perry, J. W., Norfolk, Va. 

Chetty, J. T., & Son, Murfreesboro. 

Worrell, E. C., Murfreesboro. 

Benthall & Rountree, 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. 

Mintou, D. L., Anueta. 

Winton Ginning Co., Winton. 
SAW MILLS. 

Bra lining Mfg. Co., Ahoskie. 

Taylor. W. P., Winton. 

Hertford Lumber Co., Murfreesboro. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Hobbs, Miss Annie, Como. 

Vann, Miss Josephine H., Como. 

Williamson, Miss Cylla, Murfrees- 
boro. 

Taylor, Miss Elizabeth, Como. 

Ferguson, Miss Jennie, Como. 

Pittard, Miss Elizabeth, Boykins, 
Va. 

Deanes, Miss Mary C, Murfrees- 
boro. 

Duke, Miss Virlie, Ahoskie. 

Edwards, W. M., Woodland. 

Matthews, Miss Bertie, Ahoskie. 

Sykes, Miss Virgie, Winton. 

Britton, N. W., Winton. 

Thomas, Miss Mary, Winton. 

Vann, Miss Harriett, Ahoskie. 

Hill, Miss Ella, Cofleld. 

Smith, Miss Adelaide, Cofleld. 

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, Colerain. 

Pierce, Miss Ella, Ahoskie. 

Harrell ,Miss Mary, Ahoskie. 

Miller, Mrs. Emma, Ahoskie. 

Browne, Robert, Woodland. 

Eley, Clayton, Woodland. 

Shannon, B. O., Ahoskie. 

Darden, Miss Iva, Ahoskie. 

Newsome, Mrs. J. G., Winton. 

Story, Miss Boyd, Aulander. 

Wynne, Miss Eva, Aulander. 

Brett. Miss Nettie, Ahoskie. 

Truitt, Miss Emma, Ahoskie. 

Story, Miss Kate, Ahoskie. 

Horton, Miss Minnie, Ahoskie. 

Moore, A. C, Ahoskie. 

Hill, Miss Ella, Cofleld. 

Smith, Miss Loula, Cofleld. 

Felton, Miss Cora, Harrellsville. 

Montague, Miss Villa, Tunis. 



WINTON. 

Incorporated in 1S73. 

Population, 688. 

Value real estate, $S2,575 ; value per- 
sonal property, $10S,462. 

Tax Rate: 15c. on the $100 and 
45c. on poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. W. Boone. 

Postmaster — J. B. Catus. 



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Chief of Police — J. E. Jones. 

R. R. Agent— Roland Story, Albe- 
marle Steam Navigation Co. 

Manager Telegraph — The North 
State Telephone Co. (General office at 
Murfreesboro.) 

MINISTERS AN!) CHURCHES. 

Baptist — A. C. Sherwood. Pastor. 

Methodist— C. L. Read. Pastor. 

Episcopal — J. A. Gibble, Rector. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Winton High Grade Public School 
— N. W. Britton, Principal. 

Watters Normal Institute — C. S. 
Brown. Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Merchants and Farmers Bank — Jno. 
E. Vann, President; John P. Mitchell,' 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Pollard. W. B. 

Griffin, C. F. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Daniel & Shaw Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Jordan & Parker. 

Shaw, W. P., Jr.. & Bro. 

Herring, W. S.. & Son. 

Pearce & Banks. 

Shaw. W. P., & Bro. 

Carter, J. C. 

Jones, E. R. 

Nickens. C. D. 

Carter, Mrs. M. E. 

Matthews, T. J. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Taylor House. 

Jordan & Parker Hotel. 

Lassiter. T. L. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Banks, E. L. 

Jones. H. H. 

Lee. T. H. 

Jenkins. J. H. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Herring. W. S. 

Shaw. W. P.. Sr. 

Bridgers, R. C. 

Mitchell. J. S., & Son. 
LAWYERS. 

Vann. John E. 

Onwner. Georsre. 

Mitchell, J. R. 

Bridger, R. C. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Taylor. TV. P. (Saw mill.) 



UNION- 

Ineornorated in 1SS7. 

Population. 1010: White, 88- col- 
ored, 50; total. 13S. 

Value real estate. $24,100; value per- 
sonal property, $6.465.3S. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — James P. Freeman. 
Chief of Police— TV. J. Dukes. 
Manager Telegraph — L. J. Lawrence, 
The North State Telephone Co. 



MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — A. C. Sherwood, Pastor. 
Methodist— D. A. Futrell, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Union High School — Miss Nettie 
Brett, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Kellam, W. D. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Matthews. J. E. 
Darden, Mrs. Effie. 
Dunn. W. J. 
Charles. John L. 
Sears, Mrs. Annie P. 
Freeman. John. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Matthews House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Matthews. J. E. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Freeman & Dukes Coach Shop. 
Sears. Mrs. Annie P. (Saw mill.) 
Beverly & Freeman. (Saw mill.) 



MURFREESBORO. 

Incorporated in 1841. 

Population, 657. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty, $302,355. 

Tax Rate: 20c. on the $100 and 60c. 
on poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Stanley Winborne. 

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 — C. L. Read, Pastor. 

Baptist — A. C. Sherwood. Pastor. 

Episcopal — John B. Gibble. Rector, 
Windsor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Chowan Baptist Female Collega — J. 

D. Bruner, President. 

Seminary for Young Ladies -ATrs. E. 

E. Parham. Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
The Peoples Bank — D. C. Barnes, 
President; Roger Watson, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Gary, R. H. 
Harrell. George N. 

DENTISTS. 
Campbell. Paul. 
Everett. James B. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Murfreesboro Index (Weekly) — W. 
M. Day, Editor. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Nicholson, T. H. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Wynn Bros. 
Vaughan, TI. 
Vaughan, T. J. 
Vaughan, C. T. 
Watson, U. 
Deloatch. K. S. 



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Chilly. \V. R. 
Boyette, C. E. 
Jenkins, Godwin. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Sea well House. 
Murfreesboro Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Chitty, J. C. 
Lawrence. J. S. 
Boyette, C. E. 
Livernian, J. L. 

LAWYERS. 
& Winborne. 
Lloyd J. 
C. 
INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Murfreesboro Insurance Agency. 
Barnes, D. C. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Hines Buggy Co. 



Winborne 
Lawrence, 
Barnes, D. 



N. 



AHOSKIE. 

Incorporated in 1892. 
Population, 800. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — Robert Holloman. 
Postmaster — I. F. Snipes. 
Chief of Polices — Marshall Lassiter. 
R. R. Agent — J. H. Robertson, At 
lantic Coast Line R. R. 

Manager Telegraph — ,T. H. Robert 
son, Western Union Telegraph Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — M. A. Adams, Pastor. 
Methodist— D. A. Futrell. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES 
Ahoskie Graded School — E. 
Thorne, 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. 

DENTISTS. 
Greene, Edgar. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Ahoskie Drug Co. 
Mitchell, J. H. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Odom & Hill. 
Bazemore, A. G. 
Ahoskie Supply Co. 
Overton, T. H. 
Carter, J. T. 
Garrett Bros. 
Hogsrard & Stokes. 
Garrett. J. R. 



Williams, J. T., & Bro. 
Myers, D. L., & Co. 
Baker, D. P. & Co. 
Gerrock, E. J. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Mitchell, L. M. 
Holloman Hotel. 
Boyette, John P. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Hertford County Herald — W. G. 
Smith. Editor. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Hill, J. T. 
Godwin, J. W. 
Mitchell, L. M. 

LAWYERS. 
Snipes, E. T. 
Rogers, W. W. 
Hobbs, E. C. 

DENTISTS. 
Gardner, J. D. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Baker & McGloughan. 
Hobbs, E. C. 

.MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Branning Mfg. Co. 



HARREIiliSVTLL/E. 

Population. 112. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. A. Perry. 
Postmaster— H. H. Taylor. 
Chief of Police — B. 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. Davis, Pastor. 
Methodist — D. A. Futrell, Pastor. 
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. 
Copelaud & 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. 



Population: (Census 1910), 8,840. 

One of the original precincts of the Lords Proprietors, 
of Edward Hyde, Governor of the Colony. 
Area, 430 square miles. 



Named in honor 



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Value of real estate, $812,558, ; value of personal property, $,374,215. 

Property listed iu 1910, by whites, $1,374,215; by negroes, $59,912. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 33; for negroes, 28. 

Tax Kate: School, 18c; special school, 5c; bonds, 20c 

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. 

Washington and Hyde Telephone Company, assessed value $1,380.00 

Fairfield Canal and Turnpike Company, assessed value 7,700.00 

Hyde County Telephone Company, assessed value 2,500.00 

Fairfield and Elizabeth City Transportation Company, assessed value 2,400.00 

Superior Court Terms: Tenth Monday after the first Monday in March; 
twelfth Monday after first Monday in September. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — S. D. Mann, 
Swan Quarter. 

Sheriff — E. O. Spencer, Swan Quar- 
ter. 

Register of Deeds — J. C. "Williams, 
Swan Quarter. 

Treasurer — J. O. Marsnall, Engel- 
hard. 

Coroner — R. C. Windliy, Swan 
Quarter. 

Co. Supt. of Health— It. E. Win.liey. 
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. Hur- 
ras, Engelhard ; M. S. Credle, Swan 
Quarter; Z. T. Fortescue, Scranton. 

County Commissioners — Nathaniel 
Credle, Swan Quarter; T. E. War- 
ren, Scranton, F. C. Barber, Lake 
Landing. 

County Board of Elections — J. C. 
Simmons, Fairfield ; George Makely, 
Swan Quarter; William Swindel', 
Swan Quarter. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Currituck Township — A. jti. Dav- 
enport, Leechville; L. A. Griffin, Scran- 
ton ; George G. Newman, Scraiitor ; 
M. G. Williams, Scranton. 

Swan Quarter — Win. Watson, Swan 
Quarter; J. W. Jarvis, Swan Quar- 
ter ; L. P. Spencer, Swan Quarter; 
Isaih R. Credle, Swan Quarter ; Daniel 
D. Cuthrell, 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, 
Lake Landing; E. L. Silanthorm, 
Engelhard ; S. T. Gaskins, Lake Land- 
ing. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Rurnly, J. L., Fairfield. 

Davenport, H., Fairfield. 

Grant, R. R., Lake Landing. 

Jarvis, J. H., Scranton. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Lake Landing Graded School. 



School — Arthur 
School— Miss 



Quar- 



Sladesville Graded 

Raines, Principal. 
Engelhard Graded 

Eloise Bell, Principal. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Mann, J. A., Fairfield. 
Harris, A. G., Fairfield. 
Mann, Jim, Lake Landing. 
Jones, E. H., Swan Quarter. 
Swindell, Walter, Scranton. 

COTTON GINS. 
Credle, Statz, Scranton. 
Spring, Alex., Scranton. 
Brinn, Charles, Swan Quarter. 
Jarvis, Harold, Engelhard. 

SAW MILLS. 
Credle, Statz, Scranton. 
Spring, Alex., Scranton. 
Mason, J. R., Swan" Quarter 
Hodges, George W., Swan 
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 
hard. 

Spencer, T. S., Engelhard. 

Williams, Joshua, Engelhard. 

Hall, J. M., Middleton. 

Mann, J. A., Middletou. 

Gibbs, J. W., Middleton. 

Jarvis, Walter, Middleton. 

Watson, Geo. I., Wysocking. 

Mclvinney, J. R., Wysocking. 

McKinney, P. H., Wysocking. 

Credle. O. T., Wysocking. 

Weston, L. J., Lake Lauding. 

Windley, S. A., Lake Landing. 

Bell, E. B., Swan Quarter. 

Watson, G. H., Swan Quarter. 

Bridgeman, R. G. , & Co., Swan 
Quarter. 

Jarvis, J. W. 

Harris, W. D 
ter. 

Spencer, E. B., Swan Quarter. 

Mason. C. L.. Swan Quarter. 

Swindell, A. B., & Son, Swan Quar 
ter. 

Chadwick, R. C, Swan Quarter. 



Engel- 



Swan Quarter. 

& Co., Swan Quar- 



HYDE— IREDELL. 



Credle, Geo. T., & Son, Swan Quar- 
ter. 

Richards. J. W., Scranton. 

Spring, Alex., Scranton. 

Sears, N. 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. 

.T. W. Mc Williams Co., Ocracoke. 

Howard, W. E., Ocracoke. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Tyson. Geo. T., Scranton. 

Raines, Arthur, Scranton. 

Nelson. Miss Annie, Scranton. 

Rue. Miss Ada. Scranton. 

Baynor. Miss Ella, Scranton. 

Williams. Miss. Scranton. 

Bishop. Miss Lucy, Leechville. 

Winfleld. Miss Lucy, Leechville. 

Brown, Miss Jennie, Swan Quarter. 

Credle. Miss Mariette, Swan Quarter. 

Oaylord. Miss Eva. Swan Quarter. 

Berry, Miss Ella, Swan Quarter. 

Spencer, Miss Estelle. Swan Quarter. 

McGowan. Miss M.. Swan Quarter. 

Fisher, Miss Lessie, Swan Qarter. 

Payne, Miss Ola E.. Lake Landing. 

Mann. Miss Lucy, Lake Landing. 

Broom, Miss Mary, Lake Landing. 

Jones, Henry C, Lake Landing. 

Bridgman. Miss Maggie, Lake Land- 
ing. 

Mann, Miss Geneva, Lake Landing. 

Thompson. Miss Janie. Enselhard. 

Spencer, Mrs. W. W., Engelhard. 

Roper, G. E., Engelhard. 



Rue, Miss Emma, Fairfield. 
Wahab, R. S., Ocracoke. 
Williams, Miss Sophia, Ocracoke. 



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SWAN QUARTER. 

Incorporated in 1903. 
Population, 1909: White, 200; 
ored. 25; total, 225. 

Value real estate, $50,000; value 
personal property, $25,000. 
Tax Rate: (15c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — W. J. Harris. 
Postmaster — A. Berry. 
Chief of Police— .T. W. Hays. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist— T. J. Bailey, Pastor. 
Baptist — Rev. Mr. Merrell, Pastor. 
Christian — H. S. Davenport. Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Swan Quarter High School — Cle- 
mant Credle, Principal. 
DOCTORS. 
Windlev, R. E. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Windlev. R. E. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Berry, W. T. & Co. 
Charles. 
Oeo. V., Sr. 
Alex. 
AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

s. s. 

W. J. 
LIVERY STABLES. 

W. J. 
Greely. 

LAWYERS. 

s. s. 

Walter. 
INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Swindell. W. B. 
Brinn. Greely. 



Brinn, 
Credle, 
Berrv, 
HOTELS 

Lupton, 
Harris. 

Harris, 
Brinn, 

Mann, 
Jones. 



IREDELL COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT. STATESVILLE. 

Population: (Census 1910), 34,315. 

Formed in 1788. Named in honor of James Iredell, Associate Justice Su- 
preme Court of United States. 

Area: 050 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $4,574,717; value of personal property, $3,403,475. 

Property listed in 1910. by whites, $7,978,192: by negroes. $212,79,8. 

No. of Schools : For whites, 92 ; for nesroes. 33. 

Tax Rate: County purposes. 23 2-3c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 
23 1-3c. ; special. 11 -2c. ; State. 25c: schools. 18c: jail. Oc 

Public Roads: Worked by taxation and convict labor. 
RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Harmony Telephone Company, assessed value $ 1.000.00 

Clio Telephone Company, assessed value 1.475.00 

Amity Telephone Company, assessed value , 525.00 

Southern Railway Company. 53.20 miles, assessed value 1,549.872.00 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 2S.005.00 
North Carolina Midland Railroad. 4.91 miles, assessed value.... 80.721.02 

Pullman Company, assessed value 3.559.47 

Southern Express Comnany, assessed value 5,375.18 

Mooresrille Telephone Company, assessed value 7.500.00 

Western Union Teleerraph Company, assessed valr.e 0.004.38 

Southern Power Company, assessed value 25.178.00 



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Iredell Telephone Company, assessed value 17,500.00 

Peoples Telephone Company, assessed value 1,046.00 

'Superior Court Terms: Fifth Monday before the first Monday in March; 
eleventh Monday after the first Monday in March; fifth Monday before the 
first Monday in September ; eighth Monday after the first Monday in Sep- 
tember, each to continue for two weeks, criminal and civil. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — J. A. Hartness, 
Statesville. 

Sheriff — J. M. Deaton, Statesville. 

Register of Deeds — ,T. E. Boyd, 
Statesville. 

Treasurer — W. R. Sloan, Statesville. 

Coroner— W. A. Moose, 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. Perry. 
Barium Springs. 

Co. Board of Education — W. G. 
Nicholson, Harmony ; J. H. Hill, 
Statesville: J. L. Bradley, Mooresville. 

County Commissioners — D. E. Tur- 
ner, Mooresville ; R. F. Gaither, Har- 
mony ; J. W. Hager, Clio ; N. B. 
Mills, Statesville; H. C. Summers, New 
Sterling. _ 

County Board of Elections — W. 1>. 
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, Stony 
Point, R. F. D. No. 2; J. W. Vanhoy. 
Robv, 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, 
Oliu: W. M. Reid, New Hope, R. F. 
D. No. 1; J. F. Brown, Eagle Mills; 
M. D. Stinson, Troutman ; D. J. Ful- 
bright. Stony Point, R. F. D. No. 1; 
J. R. Warren. Eufola, R. F. D. No. 1; 
J. W. Vanstorv, Olin ; A. M. Kennerly, 
Mt. Ulla, R. F. D. 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. Kinsr, States- 



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ville; A. W. Blackwelder, Troutman, 
R. F. D. No. 2; N. F. Blackwelder, 
Dunlap ; P. B. Kennedy, Houston- 
ville; N.E. Moore, 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- 
num, Turnersburg; 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 — Miss Mary 
Kennedy, Principal. 

Scott's High School— Miss Willie 
White, Principal. 

Cool Spring High School— J. F. 
Mitchell. Principal. 

Eupeptic Springs High 'School — Miss 
Robena Sumners. Principal. 

Troutman High School— B. E. Mc- 
Neill, Principal. 

Femister School — W T . A. Lutz, Prin- 
cipal. 

Bethlehem School — Miss Eugenia 
Pender, Principal. 

Mt. Mourne School — Miss Cora Bell, 
Principal. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Nicholson, W. G.. Harmony. 
.Turnev, 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. 
Houston. Geo. J.. Mt. Mourne. 
Parks. W. P.. Olin. 
Williams. J. V., Evalin. 
Young, James. Granite Hill. 
Mott, W. B.. Mt. Mourne. 
Moore, J. T.. Mayhew. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Grose, C. A., & Bro., Harmony. 
Gaither, R. F., Harmony. 



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Pressley, \V. I'.. Stony Point, E. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Sarten, D. I'.. Cool Spring. 

Long. .1. .[.. & Son, Elwood. 

Watt, T. L., & Co. Scotts. 

Stimpson & Steele, Turnersburg. 

Holland. W. L.. Olin. 

COTTON GINS. 

Stimpson & Steele, Turnersburg. 

Pou, R. W., Elmwood. 

Gaitber, R. F., Harmony. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Stimpson & Steele, Turnersburg. 

Nicholson's Mills, Nicholson's Mills. 

Barron, Mrs. J. R., Mooresville, R. 
SAW MILLS . 

Stimpson & Steele, Turnersburg. 

Tomlin. C. A., Olin. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Cloaninger, Miss Lou. Mooresville. 

Murdock, Miss Pearl, Mooresville. 
R. F. D. No. ?.. 

Bost, E. B., Mooresville, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Bell, Miss Cora. Mt. Mourn'e. 

Barnhardt, Miss Lettie, Troutmans, 
No. 2. 

Barron, Mrs. J. R., Mooresville, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Campbell, Smvth, Mooresville, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Brookshire, Miss Essie. Troutman's, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Earnhardt, Miss Lettie, Troutmans. 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Davis, R. B., Mooresvillee. 

Harris, Miss Cleora. Loray. 

Dunlap, Miss Mabel, Dunlap. 

Dunlap. Miss Lillian, Dunlap. 

Baitv, Miss Anna, Mooresville. R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Morrow, Miss Lucile, Mooresville. 

Smith. Miss Augusta, Statesville, R. 
F. D. No. 7. 

Gihhs. Miss .Tanie. Statesville. 

Helper, H. C, Troutmans, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Howard, B. C. Statesville, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

McNeill. B. D.. Troutmans. 

Rowe, Miss Nellie. Troutmans. 

Cloaninger, Miss Effle. Troutmans. 

Howard. Miss Jennie, Troumans, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Dotson, Miss Eva, Statesville. 

Troutman, J. Claud, Statesville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Phifer, Miss Addie, Statesville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Troutman. Roy, Statesville. R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Bradford. Miss Laura, Statesville. 

Ponder, Miss Eugenia. Eufola, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Younger, Miss Alta, Eufola. 

Rimmer. T. C, Eufola. 

Beard. O. P., Eufola, F. R. D. No. 1. 

Elliott. Miss Carrie, Stoney Point, 
r:. F. D. No. l. 



Stevenson, Miss Maggie, Stony 
Point, 
Summers, J. Watt, Statesville, R. F. 

D. No. 6. 

Gilbert, Miss Mattie, Statesville, R. 
F D. No. 6. 

Stewart, J. A., Stony Point, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Levean, R. E., Statesville, R. F. D. 
No. v 2. 

Stimson, Miss Annie, Statesville. 

Turner, Miss Laura, Statesville. 

Lutz, W. A., Statesville. 

Meekwhite, J., Statesville. 

Watt, J. P., Loray. 

Matt, J. M., Loray. 

Hedrick, M. S., Loray. 

White, Miss Willie, Scotts. 

Watson, Miss Mary, Scotts. 

Ervin. L. F., Scotts. 

Foster, Miss Elizabeth, Statesville. 

Cowan, Miss Mary, Elmwood. 

Laughenhour, Miss Mabel, States- 
ville. 

Howard. Miss Margaret, Statesville, 

E. F. D. No. 3. 

Wagner, Clyde, Statesville. 

Holton, M. B., Statesville, R. F. D. 
; No. 4. 

Kestler, Miss Pearl, Statesville, R. 
I F. D. No. 1. 

Brawley, V. R., Troutmans, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Abernethv, Miss Pearl, Statesville, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Mitchell, J. F., Cleveland, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Lazenby, Miss Ara, Cleveland. 

Mason. J. R., Statesville, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Cartner, J. L., Statesville, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Kennedy, Miss Mary H., Harmony. 

Tharpe, Miss Claudie. Harmony. 

Grose, H. F., Statesville, R. F. D. 
No. 7. 

Hix, Miss Maggie, Houstonville. 

Wetmore, T. B., Olin. 

Holmes, J. L., Statesville. 

.Johnson, J. F., Jennings. 

Sumners, Miss Robena, Olin, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Weisner, Miss Mae, Olin, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Trivette, S. A.. Harmony. 

Trivette, Willie, Harmony. 

Myers, Jno. R.. Jennings. 

Myers, S. K., Jennings. 

Van Hoy, H. P., Jennings. 

Crater, J. W., Olin, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Maddison. S. M„ Olin, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Mayberry. R. M., New Hope. 

Trivette, Nathan. Hamptonville, R. 

F. D. No. 1. 

Windsor, R. W., Hamptonville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Wooten, C. M.. Olin. R. F. D. No. 1. 



IREDELL COUNTY. 



Redmond, Miss Era, New Hope, R. 
P. D. No. 1. 

Reid, W. M., New Hope, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Powell, Wood H., Statesville, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Houpe, L. R., Dunlap. 

Brady, Miss Maud, Stony Point. 

Ervin, E. M., Statesville, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Hall, Miss Mattie R., Statesville, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Morrison, Miss Ethel, Statesville. 

McNeely, Mrs. Ada, Troutmans, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Gray, J. B., Statesville, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 



STATESVHJQE. 

Population, 1910, 5,000; No. white 
polls, 623; No. colored polls, 84. 

Value real estate, $1,428,851; value 
personal property, $972,959. 

Tax Kate, $1.15 on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $180,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

3Iayor— 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. Larnprecht. 

City Attorney — D. Thompson. 

City Sunt, of Health — H. F. Long. 

Postmaster — D. L. Raymer. 

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.; W. M. 
Barringer, Iredell Telephone Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES 

Baptist — C. E. Madrey, J. 
Mitchner, Pastor. 

Lutheran — W. A. Lutz, Pastor. 

Methodist— Harold Turner, O. 
Hinson, Pastors. 

Presbyterian — C. E. Raynal, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Statesville Graded Schools — D. Matt 
Thompson, Superintendent. 

Statesville Female College — John A. 
Scott, President. 

Statesville Male Acadery — A. S. Pax- 
ton, Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Iredell. 

Statesville Inn. 

St. Charles. 

Gaither House. 

Smith House. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Lazenby, W. J. 

Lester. C. H. 



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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. 
First B. and L. Association. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Harbin, J. F. 
Bryant, J. E. 
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. 
Bristol, L. B. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
Ramsey-Bowels-Morrison Co. 
The Ladies Furnishing Store. 
Mills & Poston. 

DENTISTS. 
Laugenour, P. F. 
White, L. 
Turner, C. A. 
Anderson, Fred. 
Webb, D. T. 

TOBACCO DEALERS. 
Morrison, J. K., & Sons Co. 



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DRUGGISTS. 


Rickert, R. H. 




Statesville Drug Co. 


Henry, R. F. 




Polk-Gray Drug Co. 


LAUNDRIES. 




Stimpson, Logau & Son. 


Statesville Steam Laundry. 




Hall, W. P., Jr. 


Chinese Laundry. 




DOCTORS. 


LAWYERS. 




Adams. M. R. 


Turner, W. D. 




Hill, W. J. 


Armfleld, C. H. 




McLaughlin, J. E. 


McLaughlin, R. B. 




Campbell, A. 


Nicholson, Geo. B. 




Yount, E. M. 


Armfleld, J. B. 




Campbell, R. A. 


Raymer, D. L. 




Long, H. F. 


Thompson, Dorman. 




McElwee, Ross S. 


Burke, H. 




Sharpe, F. L. 


Bristol. W. A. 




East, C. W. 


Long, Z. V. 




DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 


Grier. H. P. 




White Co. 


Caldwell, L. 0. 




W. W. Foushee. 


Nattress, W. E. 




The Lilly-Allison Co. 


Coble. A. L. 




The T. M. Mills Co. 


Weatherman, R. T. 




Gousrh-Feimster-Wasseen Co. 


Van Hay, J. W. 




POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 


LUMBER JIR'K'S. AND DEALERS. 




Southern Power Co. 


Iredell Lumber Co. 




ERUIT DEALERS. 


Miller, A. A., & Son. 




Karousos, A. 


Munday-Teague Co. 




FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 


MARBLE WORKS. 




Sloop, J. E. 


Cooper Marble Works. 




Stevenson, H. L. 


MACHINERY DEALERS. 




Fowler, N. W. 


Turner, C. H. 




Austin, G. M. 


Steel, J. C, & Sons. 




FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 


Statesville Hardware & Harness Co. 




Cash Grocery Co. 


Overcash, W. A. 




Tharpe, J. E. 


PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 




FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 


Evans Hardware Co. 




Steele, J. C, & Sons. 


Lazenby-Montgomery Hardware Co. 
PAINTERS. 




FURNITURE DEALERS. 


Coley, John. 




Statesville House Furnishing Co. 


Moose, W. A. 




Williams, D. J. 


Johnson. E. S. 




Crawford-Kennedv Furniture Co. 


PRODUCE DEALERS. 




GROCERS. 


Morrison Produce & Provision Co. 




Morrison, J. K., & Sons Co. 


Miller. W. W. 




(Wholesale). 


Statesville Grocery Co. 




Statesville Grocery Co. (Wholesale). 


PLUMBERS. 




Matheson Grocery Co. 


Holcomb. Zeb V. 




Colvert Grocery Co. 


Mtinday & Richie. 




Eagle & Milholland. 


PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 




HARDWARE DEALERS. 


Leonard, J. S. 




Statesville Hardware & Harness Co. 


Empire Music Co. 




Evans Hardware Co. 


Brown, Jesse. 




Lazenby-Montgomery Co. 


PHOTOGRAPHERS. 




HOSPITALS. 


Simpson, W. J. 




Long's Sanitorium. 


Troutinan, R. H. 




Billingsley City Hospital (memo- 


PRINTING OFFICES. 




rial). 


Brady, J. A. 




INSURANCE AGENTS. 


Statesville Printing Co. 




Gaither, E. G. (Fire, Life Health, 


REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 




Accident). 


Statesville Realty & Investment Co. 




Statesville Realty & Investment Co. 


Gaither, E. G. 




Statesville Loan & Trust Co. 


Mills. W. R. 




Carlton, P. C. (Fire). 


Brawley, R. V. 




Sloan, W. E. (Fire, Life, Health, 


Kerr, J. S. 




Accident). 


Wallace, Isidore. 




JEWELERS. 


SHINGLE DEALERS. 




Woodward Bros. 


Morrison. W. E. 





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TAILORS. 

Sloan, Ralph. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMEBS. 

Nicholson, J. W., & Co. 

Criteher, G. C. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

Bass, R. A. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Criteher, G. C. 

Johnson, E. S. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

The Sentinel (Weekly)— J. A. Hart- 
ness, Editor. 

The Landmark (Semi-Weekly) — R. 
R. Clark, Editor. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Statesville Furniture Co. 

Imperial Furniture Mfg. Co. 

Kincaid Furniture Co. 

Ahta Chair Co. 

Statesville Safe & Table Co. (Fur- 
niture.) 

Statesville Cotton Mills. 

Bloomfleld Mfg. Co. 

Paola Cotton Mills. (Cotton goods.) 

Flanigan Harness Co. (Harness.) 

Statesville Knitting Co. 

Bradford Hosiery Mills. (Hosiery.) 



MOORESVILLE. 

Population, 1909, 3.450. 

No. white polls, 522; No. colored 
polls, 86. 

Value real estate, $513,990; value 
personal property, $653,S98. 

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. Templeton. 

Treasurer — W. D. Templeton. 

Tax Collector — E. M. Kennedy. 

City Attorney — Zeb. V. Turlington. 

Postmaster — A. C. Kerley. 

R. R. Agent— W. P. Drew, Southern 
Railway Co. 

Express Agent — W. P. Drew. 

Telegraph Manager — Robt. Baker, 
Western Union Tel. Co. 

Telephone Manager — J. A. Harrill, 
Mooresville Tel. Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — Rev. Mr. Swim, Pastor. 

Lutheran — J. L. Morgan, Pastor. 

Methodist — J. E. Thompson, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — (First), W. S. Wilson, 
Pastor; (Second), No. Pastor. 

Associate Reformed Presbyterian— 
R. C. Davidson, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Mooresville Graded Schools — E. O. 
Randolph, Superintendent. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Commercial Hotel. 

Melchor, Mrs. Lillian. 

Miller, Mrs. Maggie. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

First National Bank — George C. 



Goodman, President; C. P. McNeely, 
Cashier. 

Merchants & Farmers Bank — E. W. 
Brawley, President ; H. D. Mills, 
Cashier. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Carpenter, W. P. 

Brown, James W. 

Troutman, B. A. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Mooresville. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Cornelius, George. 

Smith, C. G. 

Brown, J. E., & Co. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 

Johnston, W. C, & Co. 

Turner, D. E., & Co. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Mooresville Cotton Mills. 

Dixie Cotton Mills Co. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Butler, J. W. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Troutman, 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. 

Mills, J. P., Co. 

Rankin, W. W., Co. 

Culp & McNeely Bros. 
DENTISTS. 

Frontis, S. 
. Voils, C. N. 

Troutman, Paul W. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Goodman, George C, & Co. 

Miller- White Co. 

DOCTORS. 

Stevenson, S. W. 

Bell, A. E. 

Moore, N. G. 

Carpenter, F. A. 

Gilmore, W. D. 

Evans, G. M. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Freeze, R. W., & Co. 

Carpenter, W. P. 

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, W. W., Co. 

Mills, J. P., Co. 

Howard, Brawley & Co. 

Rankin, Harris & McNeely. 

Carpenter, W. P. 



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Freeze, R. W., & Co. 
Mooresville Gin & Feed Co. 
FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Putter, .T. W. 
Miller. Chas. 
Ferrell Bros. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Nesbit <fe Pressley. 

GROCERS. 

Johnston, H. N., & Co. 

Neel, W. M., & Co. 

Smith, C. G. 

SMmpack Bros. 

Troutinan, B. A. 

Stonestreet, F. D. 

Moore, TV. M. 

Holtshouser, M. H. 

Honeycntt, Calvin. 

Miller. P. T. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Johnston. TV. C, & Co. 

Turner. D. E., & Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Mooresville Loan & Trust Co. (Life 
and Fire.) 

Goodman. S. M. (Life and Fire.) 

Henley, J. C. (Life). 

JEWELERS. 

Ahernethv. 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, Jas. '\V. 
Mooresville Lumber Co. 

MARBLE WORKS. 
Mooresville Marble Works. 

PAINTERS. 
Matheson, W. A. 
Pressley, S. J. 
Gouger, J. F. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Johnston, H. N., & Co. 
Neel, W. M., & Co. 
Culp & McNeelv Bros. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Cooper, W. S. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Miller, R. Ambrose. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Mooresville Loan & Trust Co. 
Ozment, M. A. 
MeKnisrht, G. L. 

BAKERS. 
(3'Connor, John. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Johnston, H. N., & Co. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Mooresville Enterprise (Weekly) — 
H P. Deaton, Editor. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Lorene Cotton Seed Oil Mills. 
Mooresville Cotton Mills. 
Eagle Clothing Mfg. Co. (Pants.) 
Mooresville Furniture Co. (Furni- 
Mooresville Gin & Feed Co. 
ture.) 

Dixie Cotton Mills. 
Mooresville Lumber Co. 



JACKSON COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, WEBSTER. 



Population: (Census 1910), 12,998. 

Formed in 1851. Named in honor of General Andrew Jacfcson. 

Area: 290 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $1,457,577; value of personal property. $1,085,188. 

Property listed in 1910 by whites, $2,426,273; by negroes, $21,147; by In- 
dians. $93,346. 

No. of Schools: 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, $1,600. 

Public Roads: No. miles. 250. Worked by taxation and labor. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Railway Company, 22.81 miles, assessed value $664,522.30 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 2.109.92 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 1.699.70 

YVaynesville Telephone Company, assessed value 360.00 

Bryson City Telephone Company, assessed value S90.00 

Superior Court Terms: Februray 20th (2 weeks), civil and criminal; May 
22nd, (2 weeks), civil; October 9th, (2 weeks), civil and criminal. 

of Schools— Otis Self, 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— M. D. Cowan, 
Webster. 
Sheriff — Jas. Buchanan, Webster. 
Register of Deeds — John Jones, 
Treasurer — Henry Moss, Webster. 
Coroner — J. W. Shelton, Cullowhee. 
Surveyor — C. Zachary. Cashiers. 



Co. Supt. 

Webster. 

Supt. of County Home — Arthur All- 
man, Webster. 

Co. Board of Education — R. L. 

Madison, (chrm.), Cullowhee; R. L. 
Gray, Sylva ; TV. R. Sherrill, Web- 
ster. 



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County Commissioners — H. R. 

Queen, (ckrrn.), Argura; W. J. Cogdill, 
Addie; J. M. Watson, Cullowhee. 

County Board of Elections — C. L. 
McKee. (chrm.), Sylva ; J. T. Wilkes, 
East LaPorte. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. ■ 

Barkers Creek — W. M. Brown, Bar- 
kers; C. B. Sutton, Barkers; T. C. 
Jones, Barkers. 

Cany Fork Township — John C. 
Brown, Cowarts; Dillard Hooper, 
Cowarts. 

Canada — S. M. Parker, Argura; J. 
H. Mathews, Argura. 

Cullowhee — J. N. Wilson, Cullowhee; 

B. H. Hooper, Cullowhee; W. L. Hen- 
son, Cullowhee. 

Dillsboro — R. H. Jarrett. Dillsboro; 
M. L. Hall, Dillsboro; M. J. Jarrett, 
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. Wilson. Hamburgh ; Elbert Wat- 
sen. Hamburgh. 

Mountain — J. M. Leopard, Erastus ; 
M. L. Coggins. Erastus. 

Qnalla— W. B. Sherrill, Whittier; S. 
J. Beck. Whittier; J. H. Bradly, 
Whittier. 

Sylva— R. W. Fisher, Sylva : John 
Keener, Sylva ; J. R. Love. Sylva. 

Scotts Creek — J. P. Calhoun, Addie; 
J. S. Hoyle. Addie; F. F. C. Wood- 
ward, Balsom. 

Savannah — S. T. Bryson, Gay; R. D. 
Cowan, Gay. 

Webster — A. W. Davis. Webster; J. 
J. Wild, Webster. 

Rivei — P. N. Price. Tuekaseige. 
MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Baptist — L. W. Hooper. Tuckaseigee. 

Oueen. A. C, Wolf Mountain. 

Sitton, J. D.. Cullowhee. 

Bryson, A. C, Balsom. 

Rev. Mr. Cook. Addie. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Cullowhee Normal and Industrial 
School — R. L. Madison, Principal, Cul- 
lowhee. 

Webster Higrh School— Tew Ship- 
man. Principal, Webster. 

Sylva Collegiate Institute — Prof. 
Hearst, Principal, Sylva. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED 3IILLS. 

Harris Milling Co., Dillsboro. 

Allen. W. L.. Beta. 

SAW MILLS. 

Mason, C. C, Dillsboro. 

Hooper, Lee, Cullowhee. 

Callhoun. J. S., Addie. 

Roarers. J. S.. Whittier. 

Wild, F. J., Webster. 

MeGuire, George, Morton. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Bryson, H. H., Argura. 

Call, G. M., Cashiers. 

Fowler, W. M., Glenville. 



Holdeu, 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. 
McCall, George R., Caskins. 
Holder, Miles, Fall Cliff. 
Shelton, Wm., Speedwell. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Gibbs, J. U., Whittier. 
Henry, Homer, Whittier. 
Matner, Miss Lillian, Whittier. 
Bumgarner, Miss Nettie, Whittier. 
Rogers, Miss Bonnie, Whittier. 
Higdon, W. A., Wilmot. 
Reed, Frank, Wilmot. 
Owen, Miss Delia. Barker's Creek. 
Painter, Miss Tallie, Barker's Creek. 
Powell, Miss Rosa, Dillsboro. . 
Dills, Miss Gertrude, Dillsboro. 
Dills, Miss Beaulah, Dillsboro. 
Dawson, A. M., Dillsboro. 
Owen, C. F., Sylva. 
Stillwell. Miss Lillian, Sylva. 
Moore, Miss Maggie, Sylva. 
Miller, Mrs. G. P.. Sylva. 
Long, Wiley, Beta. 
Norton, Miss Lessie, Beta. 
Henson, Miss Bertie, Beta. 
Sprinkle, G. W., Addie. 
Dillard, Garland. Addie. 
Phillips, S. J., Willets. 
Waldroup, Miss Girlie, Willets. 
Henson, Miss Dessie, Willets. 
Bryson, Mrs. Sarah, Balsam. 
Shipman, T. F., Webster. 
Bradshaw, Miss Maggie, Webster. 
Hall, Miss Grace, Webster. 
Marsh, Miss Cullie, Webster. 
Dillard, A. C, Willets. 
Hunter, M. L., Green's Creek. 
Shelton, J. T.. Green's Creek. 
Ashe, Miss Lula, Green's Creek. 
Ward, J. W., Deets. 
Moore, J. C, Deets. 
Shelton, Miss Birdie, Deets. 
Ammons, J. A., Gay. 
Stillwell. E. H., Cullowhee. 
Coward, Miss Florence, Cullowhee. 
Henson, Miss Bertha, Cullowhee. 
Brown. Miss Susie, Harris. 
Middleton, Wood, Cullowhee. 
Watson, Frank. Cullowhee. 
Ashe, Miss Hicks, Speedwell. 
Tilley, L. V., Speedwell. 
Runion, Mrs. Cumi, Fall Cliff. 
Long. Miss Demmerries. Fall Cliff. 
Jamison, Miss Maud, Erastus. 
Wilson, Miss Lula, Cowarts. 
Buchanan, L. A., Cowarts. 



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Hooper, Ramson, Cowarts. 

Hooper, D. M., Cowarts. 

Hooper, Aaron, Cowarts. 

Dillard, O. S., Cowarts. 

Wood, Oscar, Cowarts. 

"Wood, Coot, Rich Mountain. 

Rogers, W. T., Argura. 

Bumgaruer, Miss Effie, Argura. 

Galloway, Mrs. Lillie, Wolf Moun- 
tain. 

Long, Miss Love, Wolf Mountain. 

Brown, Miss Eva, East Laporte. 

Ensley, Miss Bertha, Tuckaseigee. 

Rigdon, Miss Mattie, Tuckaseigee. 

Hooper, Lyman, Tuckaseigee. 

Zachary, Miss Bird, Glenville. 

Shelton, Miss Bessie, Glenville. 

Zachary, Miss Ola Tela, Norton. 

Keller, Miss Daisy, Bessie. 

Zachary, Miss Lucy, Big Ridge. 

Buchanan, B. P., Glenville. 

Zachary, Roy, Cashiers. 

Dillard. Miss Beulah, Sapphire. 

Henson, Miss Lala, Ocala. 

Picklesimer, Miss Bessie, Grim- 
shawe. 



value 



WEBSTER. 

Value real estate. $16,000 
personal property, $15,000. 
Postmaster — G. W. Sutton. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist — J. A. Peeler. Pastor. 
Baptist— Rev. P. T. McAfee. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Webster Graded School — R. L. Al- 
len, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Tuckaseigee Bank — J. J. Hooker, 
President; «i. L. Brayles, Cnshier. 
DOCTORS. 
Self, William. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Webster Drug Store. 

LAWYERS. 
Moore, Walter E. 
Allv. Felix E. 
Sutton, G. W. 
Sherrill, W. R. 
Hooker, J. J.. Dillsboro. 
Wilke. C. B., East La Porte. 
Cowen, C. C. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Bayles, J. L. 
Coward, O. B. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Mountain View Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

J. W. Rhinehart. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Consolidated Nickle Co. 
Cullowhee Copper Co., Cullowhee. 
Harris Clay Co., Harris. 



SYLVA. 

Incorporated in 1899. 
Population, 1909: White, 400; color- 
ed. 100; total, 500. 



Value real estate, §129,420; value 
personal property, $204,903. 

Tax Rate: 35c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — James K. Love. 

Postmaster — Mrs. Sadie J. Long. 

Chief of Police — Claude Wilson. 

R. R. Agent— C. E. Puett, Southern 
Railway Co. 

Manager Telegraph — C. E. Puett, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

First Methodist Church, South — ■ 
C. H. Neal, Pastor. 

First Baptist — Vacant. 

St. John's Episcopal — Vacant. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Baptist Collegiate Institute. 

Sylva Graded School — Prof. Owens, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Jackson County Bank — Charles J. 
Harris, President; M. Buchanan, 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Hooper, Delos D. 
Nichols, Asbury S. 

DRUGGISTS. 
A Theodore Buchanan. 
Hooper, D. D. 

MARBLE DEALERS. 

Stein, H. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Grindstau:, B. C, tv Co. 
Sylva Supply Co. 
Fowler, W. M. 
Cathey, B. H., & Son. 
Rheinhardt & Powell. 
Miller, W. J. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Commercial Hotel. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Jackson County Journal (Weekly) — 
N. B. Moore, Editor. 

LAWYERS. 
Buchanan, C. C. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Sylva Livery and Feed Co. 
MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Sylva Lumber & Manufacturing Co. 
Harris Bees Tanning Co. 
Dunn, Buchanan Lumber Co. 
Dills & Bryson Mfg. Co. (Shirts.) 



DILLSBORO. 

Incorporated in 18S4. 

Population. 1909: White, 275;- col- 
ored. 25; total. 300. 

Value real estate, $75,000; value 
personal property, $39,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. J. Mason. 

Postmaster — Mrs. S. C. Jarrett. 

Chief of Police— C. C. Mason. 

R. R. Agent— P. W. Kincaid, South- 
ern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — P. W. Kincaid, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 



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MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

M. E. Church, South— C. H. Neal, 
Pastor. 
Baptist — P. T. McAfee, Pastor. 
Presbyterian — R. P. Smith, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADE3IIES. 
Dillsboro Graded School. 

DOCTORS. 
Candler, C. Z. 
Colby, C. D. W. 
Candler, J. M. 

LAWYERS. 
Hooker, J. J. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Dillsboro Pharmacy. 

GENERAL, MERCHANDISE. 
Buchanan & Leatherwood. 



Bryson, Holmes. 
Dillsboro Supply Co. 
Jarrett, J. P., & Sons. 
Allisoon, C. B. (Groceries). 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Jarrett Springs Hotel. 
Haywood House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Parris, M. 
Zachary & Fisher. 

3IANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Blue Ridge Locust Pin Co. (Pin 
Factory.) 

Mason, J. J. (Lumber manufactur- 
ing). 

Harris Milling Co. (Flour Mill.) 



JOHNSTON COUNTY. 

COUNTY SEAT, S3IITHFIELD. 



Population: (Census 1910), 11,401. 

Formed in 1746. Named in honor of Gabriel Johnston, Colonial Governor. 

Area: 740 square miles. 

Value of real estate and personal property, $8,590,946. 

Property listed in 1910, by whites, $8,201,495; by negroes, $389,451. 

No. of Schools : For whites, 110 ; for negroes, 37. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 20c. on the $100. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 735. Four townships worked by special tax; 
twelve townships under Old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Selma Telephone Company, assessed value $ 600.00 

Cardenas Telephone Company, assessed value 93.00 

Johnston County Telephone Company, assessed value 2,900.00 

North Carolina Railroad, 26.25 miles, assessed value 1,228,614.20 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value .... 7,475.00 

Southern Railway — Rolling Stock, assessed value 15,766.00 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 43.62 miles, assessed value 1,278,326.41 



Benson Telephone Company, assessed value 

Pullman Company, assessed value 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value. 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 

Clayton Telephone Company, assessed value 

Norfolk Southern Railroad, .36 mile, assessed value 

Superior Court Terms: First Monday in March; tenth Monday after the 
first Monday in March; first Monday after the first Monday in September; 
fourteenth Monday after the first Monday in September. 



1,195.00 
9,926.16 
9,398.00 
9,652.40 
5,662.85 
17,900.58 
507.00 
2,511.00 
3,587.00 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— W. S. Stevens, 
Smithfield. 

Sheriff — R. M. Nowell, Selma. 

Register of Deeds— S. T. Honey- 
cutt, Smithfield. 

Terasure — W. L. Stancil, Smithfield. 

Coroner — R. P. Noble, Selma. 

Surveyor— T. R. Fulghum, Selma. 

Co. Supt. of Health — Thel. Hooks, 
Smithfield. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— L. T. Royall, 
Smithfield. 

Supt. of County Home — Israel Ste- 
phenson, Smithfield, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Co. Board of Education — J. J. Rose, 
(chairman), Beasley, R. F. D., No. 2; 



W. G. Wilson, Wilsons Mills; George 
F. Woodard, Princeton 

County Commissioners — ■ D. B. 
Oliver, (chrm.), Pine Level; R. I. Og- 
burn, Willow Springs, R. F. D. No. 1 ; 
John W. Wood, Benson, R. F. D. No. 
2; J. C. Keen, Four Oaks; W. T. 
Parker, Selma, R. F. D. No. 2. 

County Board of Elections — Geo. D. 
Vick, Selma; E. S. Abell, Smithfield; 
Daniel Boykin, Benson. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Clayton Township— M. G. Gulley, 

Clayton: John F. Sanders. Clayton, 

R. F. D. ; L. F. Austin, Clayton, R. 

F. D. ; G. A. Smith, Wilsons Mills, 

i R. F. D. No. 3. 



W. M. Sanders, Smithfield, N. C. 

GENERAL MERCHANT. 
COW PEAS OF ALL VARIETIES. SIMPKIN AND OTHER VARIETIES 
OF COTTON SEED. Beef Cattle. High-class Mules and Horses. 



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Cleveland— F. T. Booker, Clayton, 
R. F. D. No. 11; J. E. Jones, Clayton, 
R. F. D. No. 1 ; J. J. Lee, Garner, R. 
F. D. No. 1; W. G. Wmin, McCullers, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Pleasant Grove — John L. Johnson. 
Benson, R. F. D. ; H. L. Dupree, D. A. 
Stephenson, Benson, 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, W. E. Thornton, W. E. Du- 
pree, Benson, R. F. D. 

Banner — J. M. Britt. Benson ; Seth 
McLamb, Benson; E. F. Moore, Ben- 
son ; G. W. Godwin, Benson ; A. B. 
Wood, Jr., Benson. 

Meadow — Parlie Hudson, Benson, R. 
F. D. No. 2; T. L. Hudson, Benson; 
D. L. Peacock, Benson. 

Bentonsville — T. H. Atkinson, Beas- 
ley ; W. H. Upchurch, Beasley ; W. N. 
Rose, Beasley. 

Ingrams — 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. 

Smithfield — Z. L. Lemay, Smith- 
field: W. J. Alford. Smithfield. R. F. 
D. No. 1: C. P. Hill, Smithfield. R. F. 

D. No. 2; J. W. Stephenson, Smith- 
field. 

Boon Hill— TV. D. Phillips. Prince- 
ton : C. C. Lynch. Princeton : J. D. 
Finlayson. Princeton : J. T. Massey, 
Princeton : N. G. Wiggs. Princeton ; 
Trov Thompson. Princeton. 

Benlah — J. S. Starling, Micro: N. R. 
Pike. Basrley: R. D. Ballnnce. Kenly; 
Walter Batten. Kenly : W. G. Pitt- 
man. Kenly: B. E. Ward. Kenly. 

O'Neals — L. H. Boykin, Selma. R .F. 
D.; S. G. Hiarh. Selma, R. F. D. ; 
Llovd Nnrron. Selma, R. F. D. : Hay- 
ivood Price. Selma. R. F. D. : John C. 
Hood, Selma. R. F. D. ; J. L. Jones, 
Selma. R. F. D. 

Wilders — R. H. Richardson. Archie; 
Henry S. Wall, Archer: O. W. Bailey, 
Archer; H. V. Andrews. Archer. 

Wilsons Mills — W. E. Godwin. Wil- 
sons Mills; J. M. Vinson. Wilsons 
Mills; J. T. McLeod. Wilsons Mills. 

Selma — Charles F. Kirby, Selma : R. 

E. Richardson, Selma; F. M. Hood, 
Selma : E. W. Vick, Selma ; C. A. 
Corbett, Selma. 

Fine Level— W. F. Gerald, Pine 
Level; T. O. Borden. Pine Level: 
Tsaac Ingram, Pine Level: Beverly 
Strickland. Line Level. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

McLemore, G. T.. Clayton. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Smith, J. W., Clayton, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 



Smith & Ellington, Clayton, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Green, J. W., Garner, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Smith, G. A., Wilsons Mills, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Smith, S. V., Wilsons Mills, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Lassiter, R. I., Four Oaks, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

High Bros., Selma. R. F. D. No. 2. 

Narron, Newsome, Kenly, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Talton, J. R., Selma, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Eason, Wm., Smithfield, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Potter. Sam, Smithfield, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Wilson, Geo. S., Smithfield. R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

COTTON GINS. 

Barham, J. H., Archer. 

Barnes, J. W., Archer. 

Jeffrevs & Murphrey. Selma. 

Lee, P. H, Archer. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Bagley, D. H., Bagley. 

Hales Bros., Kenly. R. F. D. No. 2. 

Byrd, B. R., Benson. R. F. D. 

Creech, J. Willis, Benson, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Bailev, J. W-, Kenly, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Bovkin, J. B., Kenly, R. F. D. 

Johnson, A. C, Benson, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

McLamb, S. W., Benson. 

Johnson, W. T.. Benson. R. F. D. 

Williamson. B. P.. Raleigh. 

Brady, H. B., Garner, R. F. D. 

Tart & Adams, Benson, R. F. D. 

Tart, J. C, Benson, R. F. D. 

Johnson, C. T., Benson. 

Barber, W. L., Benson. R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Mitchell. W. G., Princeton. 

Wood, John W., Benson, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Ledbetter, J. R., Princeton. 

Barbour. J. G., & Sons, Clayton. 

Ogburn. L. T., Willow Springs, R. 
F. D. 

Barnes, N. B., Clayton. 

Stephenson, J. W., Smithfield. 

Gower, R. H., Clayton. 

Myatt, J. W., Clayton, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Thurston, D. J.. Clayton. 

Brvan, G. C Clayton, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Vinson, J. A., Clayton. 

O'Neal. Oscar. Selma, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Corbett & Hicks, Selma, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Gullev, E. R., Clayton, R. F. D. 

Bailev, L. G., Wakefield, R. F. D. 

Creech Bros.. Selma, R. F. D. 

The Adams Co.. Four Oaks. 

Parker & Parker, Four Oaks. 



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Beasley, J. K., Benson, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Parker, L. E., Four Oaks, R. F. D. 

Strickland, Robert, Four Oaks, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Lee, J. J., Garner, R. F. D. 

Leiaay, T. W., Raleigh, R. F. D. 

Penny, Ransom, Garner, R. F. D. 

Rand & Lawrence, Smithfield. 

Narrow Bros., Selma, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Stephenson, A. A., Benson, R. F. D. 

Edgerton, G. G., & Son, Kenly. 

Home, Ashley, & Son, Clayton. 

Wrenn, J. T., & Co., McCullers, R. 
F. D. 

Parker & Hobby, Benson. R. F. D. 

Tart, 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, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Creech, D. T.. Pine Level. 

Creech, W. S., Pine Level. 

Coats, D. M., Smithfield, R. 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. 

Farmins: & Mercer Co., Clayton, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Flowers & Williams, Beasley, R. 
F. D. 

Holt. E. J., Smithfieia. 

Wood. Moore, & Sons, Benson, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Beasley & Webb, Benson, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Wood, J. W., Benson. 

McLamb, Seth, Dunn, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Narron. Wiley, & Son, Kenlv. R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Pittman Bros., Micro. 

Creech. C, Selma. 

Bass, H., 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.. Benson. R. F. D. 

Pearce, L. H., Princeton. 

Hardee. J. C. Benson, R. F. D. 

McLamb, J. R., Four Oaks, R. F. D. 

Tomlinson, W. D., Smithfield, R. 
F. D. 

Yelvington, John W., Clayton, R. 
F. D. 

Jones, I. W., Powhatan. 

Gardner Bros., Pine Level. 

Baker, J. W., Princeton. 

Barbour, J. G., & Sons, Clayton. 

Johnson, W. T. & I. H., Garner, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 



Richardson, Wm., Selma. 

Worley, G. B., Princeton, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Creech, Charles, Selma, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Hill & Home, Clayton. 

McCullers, E. B., Clayton. 

Wilson, C. M. & W. G.. Wilson Mills. 

Southern Cotton Oil Mill, Selma. 

Lunsford Milling Co., Selma, R. 
F. D. 

Moody, W. D., Wendell. 

Avera, W. D., Smithfield, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Tyner & Home, Clayton. 

Jones, Burk R., Wilson Mills, R. 
F. D. 

Lassiter, W. A., \t ilson Mills, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Smithfield Gin Co., Smithfield. 

Tomlinson, J. H. B., Smithfield, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Barnes, Walter, 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. ■ 

Ellis, Miss Ruby, Clayton. 

Taylor, Miss Ruth, McCullers, R. 
F. D. 

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. 

Young. Miss Lillian, Benson, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Hardee. Miss Maggie, Benson, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Wilson. S. R., Angier. 

Coats, Miss Ida, Coats. 

Johnson, J. R., Benson, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Gilbert. Miss Prilla, Benson. 

Parrish. Mrs. Neva, Angier, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Barbour, Alonzo, Benson, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Wheeler, Miss Etta, Benson, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Rose, Miss Lessie, Beasley, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Tvner, Miss Lena. Benson, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Stevens, Miss Ora G., Goldsboro, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Jernigan, Herman, Benson. 

Barbour, J. R., Benson, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Lambert, H. D., Angier, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 



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Bizzell, D. M., Sinithfleld, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Woodard, Miss Laura, Princeton, R. 
F. D. 

Brady, S. R., Princeton, R. F. D. 

Pearce, E. F., Princeton, R. F. D. 

Aycock, Miss Pearl, Princeton. 

Penny, Miss Juanita, Princeton. 

Strachan, Miss Minnie, Princeton. 

Strachan, Mrs. M. R., Princeton. 

Jinnett, Miss Isabella, Beasley, R. 
F. D. 

Hinnaut, Mrs. Ada, Archer. 

Liles, E., Knightdale, R. F. D. 

Toler, Mrs. Luna, Beasley, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Cook, Miss Mary M., Potecasi. 

Richardson, Miss Fannie, Selina. 

Tuttle, Miss Dora, Caldwell Co. 

Coats, Seth, Benson. 

Wheeler, George H., Benson. 

Woodall, F. L., Benson, R. F. D. 

Phillips, Arthur, Four Oaks, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Altrnan, 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, Smithfleld. 

Massengill, Jasper, Benson, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

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. 

Lassitor, Miss Annie, Beasley, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Strickland, C. B., Four Oaks, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

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. 

Parker, Miss Johnnie, Four Oaks, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

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. 

Pittmau, R. T., Kenly. R. F. D. 



Fitzgerald, A. J., Princeton. 

Stucky, J. H., Princeton. 

Dees, Miss Lela, Princeton. 

Hocutt, Mrs. I. W., Wakefield, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Hicks. Miss Flossie P., Knightsdaie, 
R. F. D. 

Daughtry, Miss Mittye, Smithfleld, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

McLean, J. L., Maxton. 

Gray, Miss Fannie, Lenoir. 

Jones, J. A. T., McCullers, R. F. D. 

Eldridge, Miss Bertha, Beasley, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Oliver, Miss Sallie. Princeton, R. 
F. D. 

Woodard. John R., Princeton. 

Hassell, B. P., Selma. 

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, Clayton. 

Stancil, A. C, Selma, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Marshburn, Miss Mary, Benson, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Powell. Miss Lila, Garner, R. F. D. 

Rollings. S. G., Kenly. 

Edgerton. Miss Rena, Kenly. 

McDonald, Miss Mary, Kenly. 

Matthews, Miss Emma. Kenly. 

Goodwin, Mrs. Lillie, Kenly. 

Holland. Mrs. R. H., Kenly. 

Thomas. M. D., Clayton. 

Wellons, Miss Melissa, Princeton. 

Sasser, Miss Cora, Pikeville, R. F. D. 

Wiggs, J. H., Micro. 

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. 

Jones Miss Bertie, Clayton, R. F. D. 

Canaday. Miss Laura. Benson. 

Bailev, Miss Katie, Selma, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Ravford. Miss Lizzie, Princeton, R. 
F. d! 

Bagley. Miss Myrtie. Clayton. 

Pender, Miss Rosa Leigh, Selma, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Stephenson, Miss Mattie, Benson, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Pace. Miss Matoka, Wakefield, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Turlington, I. T., Smithfleld. 

Turlington, Mrs. I. T., 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. 

Johnston Mrs. Lillie, Wilsons Mills 



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Batten, J. A., Wilsons Mills, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Whitley, George, Clayton. 

Lee, Miss Ruth, Benson, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Coats, Hubert, Pour Oaks. 

Blalock, J. A., Four Oaks. 

Pearee, W .C, Selma. 

Rose, Robert A., Beasley, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Massengill, Walter, Benson. 

Adams, J. M., Four Oaks. 

Raynor, Ira B., Benson. 

Tart, Miss Carrie, Benson. 

Sanders, Miss Norma, Four Oaks. 

Jeffreys, Miss Verona, Archer. 

Turlington, Miss Mary, Benson. 

Morgan, Miss Varina, Benson. 

Wellons, Miss Eva, Selma. 

Barbour, Miss Malonia, Four Oaks, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Strickland, Walter, Four Oaks. 

Wellons, Miss Veleria. Selma. 

Lewellyn, Miss Bessie, Wilsons 
Mills. 

Ward. Miss Winnie, Seven Springs. 

Fitzgerald, Miss Stella, Micro. 

Bailey, Miss Debbie, Selma. 

Wood, Miss Hattie, Dunn, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Ward. Mrs. Gertrude, Princeton. 

Stucky, J. L.. Princeton, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Johnson, Miss Floy, Four Oaks. 

Hudson, T. L., Beasley, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Vermont. Adolphus, Smithfleld. 

Coats, Miss Bessie, Smithfleld. 

Hudson, Miss Mattie, Smithfleld. 

McCullers, Miss Marv, Smithfleld. 

Hassell. Miss Edith. Smithfleld. 

Holt, Miss Lillian, Smithfleld, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Lunceford. Miss Nellie, Smithfleld. 

Moore, Miss May. Smithfleld. 

Higgins. Miss Lillie. Smithfleld. 

Goodrich. Arthur, Benson. 

Bagley, Miss Beatrice, Selma, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Canaday. Miss Julia. Benson. 

Richardson. Miss Nellie. Selma. 

Cnnaday. Miss Emily. Benson. 

Etheridge. Miss Ida, Princeton. 

Vinson, Miss Lossie. Wilson's Mills, 



SMTTHFTTEIiD. 

Incorporated in 1777. 

Population in 1910. 2.200. 

Election held first Tuesday in May, 
bi-ennially. 

Number white polls. 142: colored, 
56. 

Value real estate. $358,648; value 
personal property, $383,566. 

Tax Rate: 50c. 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-Keeper — J. H. Kirkman. 

Co. Supt. of Health — A. H. Rose. 

Postmaster — J. C. Stancil. 

Board of Aldermen — E. J. Holt, J. 
H. Kirkman, H. P. Stevens, Dr. N. T. 
Holland, J. D. Underwood, L. E. Wat- 
son, N. B. Grantham. 

R. R. Agent— J. A. Campbell, Atlan- 
tic Coast Line. 

Express Agent — J. A. Campbell. 

Telegraph Manager — Claud Martin, 
Western Union. 

Telephone Managers — Howard Gray, 
Johnston County Telephone Co. ; H. 
P. Hill, Carolina Tel. & Tel. Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — A. S. Barnes, Pastor. 

Episcopal — S. M. Hanff. Duke. 

Baptist— T. H. King, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — T. H. Spence, Smith- 
field. 

Primitive Baptist — J. A. T. Jones, 
McCullers, R. F. D. No. 1. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Turlington Graded School — Ira T. 
Turlington, Supt. ; Adolphus Vermont, 
Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Elm view Hotel. 

Myatt House. 

Sasser House. 

Bingham House. 

Martin Hcuse. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Smithfleld — W. L. Woodall, 
President; C. V. Johnson, Cashier. 
BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Walton & Sanders. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Davis Bros. 

Kramer, T. 

Grantham, N. B. 

Austin-Stephenson Co. 

Cotter-Underwood Co. 

Sanders. W. M. 

Spiers Bros. 

Woodall. W. L. 

Lee, L. H. 

BOOK STORES. 

Hood Bros. 

Creech, D. H. 

BARBER SHOPS. 

Acme Shaving Parlor. 

City Shaving Parlor. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Parrish Bros. 

Ennis. J. C. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'RS. 

Cotter-Underwood Co. 

Austin-Stephenson Co. 

Sanders, W. M. 

Ellinsrton Buggy Co. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Graves. H. L. 



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Hudson, J. B. 

COTTON AM) HOSIERY MILLS. 

Smithfleld Cotton Mills. 

I van hoe .Manufacturing Co. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Setzer, J. W. 
Citv Grocery Company. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Bailey, J. R. 
Peterson, Junius. 
Brady, H. 
Woodall, J. H. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Brady. W. L. 
Broadhurst, F. K. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
Smithfleld Chamber of Commerce — 
J. A. Wellons, President: F. K. 
Broadhurst, Secretary ; A'. M. Noble, 
Treasurer. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Davis Bros. 
Grantham, N. B. 
Kramev, T. 
Austin-Stephenson Co. 
Butler Bargain House. 

COTTON GINS. 
Smithfleld Ginnery. 
COTTON BUYERS AND BROKERS. 
Austin-Stephenson Co. 
Cotter-Underwood Co. 
Hudson, J. B. 
Sanders. W. M. 

DENTISTS. 
Johnson, W. B. 
Holland, N. T. 

TOBACCO DEALERS. 
Skinner & Patterson. 
Boyette Bros. 
Ragsdale, T. S., Co. 
American Tobacco Co. 
Imperial Tobacco Co. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Hood Bros. 
Creech, D. H. 

DOCTORS. 
Wharton. L. D. 
Hooks. Thel. 
Rose, A. H. 
Minis. L. A. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Woodall, W. L. 
Spiers Bros. 
Davis Bros. 
Kramer, T. 

Butler Bargain House. 
Austin-Stephenson Co. 
Cotter-Underwood Co. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 
Ivanhoe Manufacturing Co. 
FRUIT DEALERS. 

Citv Grocery. 
Setzer, J. W. 
Watson. L. E. 

FERTILIZER DEALERS. 

Cotter-Underwood Co. 



Sanders, W. M. 
Austin -Stephenson Co. 
FLORISTS. 

Johnson, Mrs. C. V. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Parrish Bros. 
Ennis. J. C. 
Lindsay. Louis. 

FURNITURE DEALEFiS. 
Cotter-Underwood Co. 
Stevens Furniture and Implement 
Co. 

GROCERS. 
Watson, L. E. 
Austin-Stephenson Co. 
Sanders. W. M. 
Turnage, S. C. 
City Grocery. 
Peedin & Peterson. 
Wallace, R. I. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Smithfleld Hardware Co. 
Cotter Hardware Co. 
Johnson, S. B. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Riddick., R. A. I Life and Fire.) 
Honeycutt. S. T. (Fire). 
Sanders. W. M. (Fire). 
Johnson. C. V. (Fire). 
Holt. S. S. (Fire). 
Kirkman, J. K. (Firel. 
Holt, R. R. (Life). 

JEWELERS. 
Jordan, T. C. 

LAUNDRIES. 
Johnson. T. W. 
Brown, Josephine. 

LAWYERS. 
Noble. A. M. 
Wellon. Jas. A. 
Holt, S. S. 
Narron, Jno. A. 
Brooks, F. H. 
Pou. E. W. 
Ward. E. F. 
Cole. W. W. 
Abell, E. S. 
Parker, J. D. 
Smith. Claud W. 

LIVERY AND SALE STABLES. 
Ellins-ton Buggy Co. 
Long, W. R. 
Gardner, Tolie. 
Parrish, D. W. 
Parrish, F. H. 
Sanders, W. M. 
LUMBER M'F'RS, AND DEALERS. 
Rand & Lawrence. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
Ivanhoe Manufacturing Co. 
Rand, O. R. 

Stevens Furniture and Implement 
Co. 
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS. 

Davis Brothers. 
Butler Bargain House. 
Spiers Brothers. 
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MUSIC TEACHERS. 

Watson, Miss Lillie M. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Smithfield Herald — Beaty and Las- 
siter, Editors. 

Smithfield Journal — J. C. Standi, 
Manager and Editor. 

Church Messenger (Monthly) — T. J. 
Lassiter, Editor. 

PAINTERS. 

Sellers, Daniel. 

Lindsay, C. W. 

Davis, Will. 
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Smithfield Hardware Co. 

Cotter Hardware Co. 

Johnson, S. B. 

Sanders, W. M. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 

Thornton Music House. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 

City Grocery Co. 

Watson, L. E. 

Watson, G. H. 

Turnage, S. C. 

Austin-Stephenson Co. 

Cotter-Underwood Co. 

Sanders, W. M. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Holt, S. S. 

Narron, J. A. 

Johnston County Trust Co. 

Wellons, J. A. 
SEWING MACHINE AGENTS. 

Beaty, J. M. 
Thornton Music House. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 

Sanders, W. M. 
Rand & Lawrence. 

TAILORS. 

Grantham, N. B. 

Davis Bros. » 

Austin-Stephenson Co. 

Butler Bargain House. 

Gray, Howard. 

Peacock & Hyman. 

TOBACCO WAREHOUSE'S. 

Banner. 
Farmers. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Cotter-Underwood Co. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

Long, W. R. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Cotter- Stevens Co. 
Cotter Hardware Co. 
Stevens Furniture and Implement 
Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Smithfield Roller Mills. 
A. S. Johnston Manufacturing Co. 



KENIjY. 

Incorporated in 1SS7. 
Population, 1900: Whites, 600; col- 
ored, 400; total, 1,000. 



Value real estate, $260,000; value 
personal property, $200,000. 

Tax Rate, 30c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. T. Edgerton. 

Postmaster — J. M. Stancill. 

Chief of Police — Jno. H. Watson. 

R. R. Agent — J. C. Bowman, At- 
lantic Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — F. W. Sqott, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — J. M. Benson, Pastor. 

Missionary Baptist — Geo. H. John- 
son, Pastor. 

Free-Will Baptist — R. L. 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. H. Alford, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Grady, J. C. 

Coleman, Geo. S. 

Hood, George E. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Hood Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Edgerton, G. G., & Son. 

Bailey & Kirby. 

Hales, R. A. 

Morris, G. M. 

Darden, J. W. 

Woodard Bros. 

Gilbreath, Mrs. D. H. 

Edgerton, J. T., & Bro. 

Godwin, P. 
HOTELS AND 

Edgerton, J. 

Hooks, , Mrs. 

Hooks, Mrs. 

Godwin. D. 

LIVERY 

Edgerton, J. T. 

Brown, H. 

Aycock, Sauls & Co. 
LAWYERS 

Edgerton, C. W. 

Hooks. W. J. 

MANUFACTURING 

The Dennis Simmons 

Aycock Bros. 

Sasser, D. B. 

Dunn Oil Mills. 



BOARDING HOUSES. 

T. 

S. F. 
Nettie. 
L. 

STABLES. 

& Bro. 



PLANTS. 

Lumber Co. 



FOUR OAKS. 

Incorporated in 1SS9. 

Population, 1909: Whites, 575; col- 
ored, 25; total, 600. 

Value real estate, $500,000 ; value 
personal property, $100,000. 

Tax Rate: 33 l-3c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— C. D. Stroup. 



W. M. Sanders, Smithfield, N. C. 

GENERAL MERCHANT. 
COW PEAS OF ALL VARIETIES. SIMPKIN AND OTHER VARIETIES 
OF COTTON SEED. Beef Cattle. High-class Mules and Horses. 



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JOHNSTON COUNTY. 



Postmaster — G. W. Salmon. 

Chief of Police— W. D. Stanly. 

B. B. Agent — C. C. Creech, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — C. C. Creech, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— T .H. Sutton, Pastor. 

Baptist — Rev. Mr. Justice, Pastor. 

Primitive Baptist — James Johnson, 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Four Oaks Graded School — Hubert 
Coats, 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, TV. R. 

Adams. A. B.. & Co. 

Wellons, R. S. 

Lee. W. H. 

Lee, J. B. 

Lewis. W. J. 

Lee. Dalton. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Creech Hotel. 

Creech. Mrs. Nancy. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Cole. John T. 

Adr^ns, A. B., & Co. 

PHOTOGBAPHERS. 

Lansrdon. J. Wm. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Johnston Lumber Co. 

Four Oaks Lumber Co. 



MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Sash, Door and Blind Factory. 



WTLSON MTMjS. 

Not incorporated. 

Population. 1910: Whites, 200; col- 
ored. 300; total, 500. 

Value real estate. $100,000; value 
personal propertv, $100,000. 

Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 

Magistrate — F. F. Pnrrish. 

Postmaster — Sarah Pnrrish. 

Chief of Police — W. R. Parrish. 

R. R. Aerent — P. H. Massey, South- 
ern Railway. 

Manae-er Telegraph — -P. H. Massey. 
AILNTSTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Christian — Dr. Laprade. Pastor. 

Bantist — T. B. Filer. Pa«tor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMLES. 

High School — Hinton McLeod. Prin- 
cipal. 

DBUGGISTS. 

Wilson Bros. Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Uzzle-Davis Co. 

Tomlinson, J. W. 

Tomlinson, C. R. 



SELMA. 

Incorporated in 1874. 
Population. 1909: Whites, 1,600; col- 
ored. 400; total, 2,000. 

Tax Rate: 33 l-3c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor— S. P. Wood. 
Postmaster — A. Z. Pearce. 
Chief of Police--B. A. Smith. 
R. R. Agents — J. A. Spiers,, Atlantic 
Coast Line; J. D. Edens. Southern 
Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — J. W. Stanley. 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist — J. M. Daniel, Pastor. 
Episcopal — Rev. Hanff. Rector. 
Baptist — Rev. Mr. King, Pastor. 
Free-Will Baptist— Elder Lucas. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Selma Graded School— B. F. Has- 
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. 

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. 

Snipes, W. B., & Bro. 

Smith. W. E., Co. 

Driver, W. B. 

Terrell. D. H. (Market). 

Liles. L. L. (Market). 

Joseph & Bro. 

Selma Millinery Co. 

David. Appos. 

Richardson, N. D. 

Wall. A. L. 

Roberts, Corbett & Woodard. 

Selma Grocery Co. 

HARDWARE DAELERS. 

Waddell Bros. & Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Vick. E. W. 
Selma Loan & Trust Co. 
HOTELS AND BOABDING HOUSES. 

Wyoming Hote