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National State and City Bank 



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RICHMOND. VA, 



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

- WM. H. PALMER, President. 
Worn. M. HILX, Vioe- President. JOHN s. EI.LETT. Vice-President. 

J. W. SINTON, Vioe-PreKident. Jl I.IKN H. HII,L, Ca«hier. 



The North Carolina 

YEARBOOK 

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1912 

PUBLISHED EVERY YEAR BY 

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notice is sent to you. It must be brought to the North 
Carolina Collection (in Wilson Library) for renewal. 



Form No. A-369 



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NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 



WHO WILL BE THE GUARDIAN 

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 man- 
age their money. 

Will you let us write you fully on this sub- 
ject? 

Virginia Trust Co. 

RICHMOND, V A. 
Cash Capital, - - $1,000,000. 

HERBERT W. JACKSON, President. 
J. M. MILXER, Jr., V.-President. J. N. BOYD, Vice-President. 

EXPERT OPINION 



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The Insurance Commissioner of Virginia says: 

"The company is managed by men whose sole idea is to pre- 
serve and protect the interests of the policyholders." 

Best's Life Insurance Reports, the Bradstreet and Dunn of 
the insurance world say: 

"The South Atlantic Life Insurance Company, is backed by 
substantial and reputable interests. Its actuarial methods are 
sound. The terms and conditions of its policy contracts are lib- 
eral and fair. The mortality rate has been favorable, which has 
helped to make the cost of insurance low. Claims are promptly 
paid. The investments are sound and unusually remunerative." 

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Edmund Strudwick, President. 
E. H. Jordan, General Agent Raleigb, N. C. 
C. R. Webb, General Agent, Shelby, N. C. 




JOSEPH G. BROWN ^^p^HENRYE.UTCHFORD 

President. Cashier. 

A. B. ANOREWS Vice-President 

AND THE 

RALEIGH SAVINGS BANK 
AND TRUST CO. 

John T. Pullen, President. 
Joseph G. Brown, V.-Pres. Chas. Root, Cash. 
Capital and Surplus - $475,000.00 

Resources $2,750,000.00 

All classes of banking business solicited. Interest 4 per cent 
paid quarterly on Savings Accounts. Trust Business handled with 
utmost care. Will act as Executor or Trustee under your will. 

JOHN G. WALKER, President. T. WM. PEMBERTON, 1st V.-Pres. 

W. L. T. ROGERSON, 2d V.-Pres. E. D. HARRIS, Secretary. 

The Life Insurance Company 

of Virginia 

ORGANIZED 1871 

HOME OFFICE RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. 

THE OLDEST, LARGEST AND STRONGEST 
SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

ITS POLICIES ARE CLEAR AND DEFINITE IN THEIR PROVISIONS 
AND THEIR VALUES ARE ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED. 

Assets December 31, 1911 $ 7,378.967.24 

Liabilities December 31. 1911 5,975,285.33 

Capital and Surplus December 31, 191 1 1.403,681.91 

Insurance in Force December 31, 1911 78,499,874.00 

Total payments to Policyholders sin ce Organization 11,859,251.74 

F. E. HALL, o,rrri:L Richmond, Va. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

A State Direptory by Counties and Towns, Including State In- 
formation and Statistics 



TABLE OP CONTENTS 



Counties — Page 

Are arranged alphabetically. . .81-563 
Towns — 

Are arranged under their re- 
spective counties and alpha- 
betically on back of map. 
General Information — 
Altitude in North Carolina ... 59 
Altitudes. Highest in America. 31 

Bank Statistics 11 & 78 

Circulation Per Capita 78 

Congressional Apportionment.. 11 
Constitutional Conventions in 

N. C 11 

Easter Sunday 15 

Developed Horse Power 78 

Divorces Granted 11 

Came Birds — Laws '7S 

Holidays in North Carolina . . 24 

Important Anniversaries 77-7S 

Insurance Statistics 11 & 65 

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Legal Holidays 
Manufactures in 

lina 

North Carolina Signers 
American Declaration 

Independence , 11 

Patriotic Dates 75 

Population — North Carolina by 

Races 21-22 

Population — North Carolina 

Towns 24 

Population — Growth in North 

Carolina 24 

Population — United States .... 76 
Population — Growth United 

States 24 

Property Values — Statistics ... 66 

Railroad Mileage 78 

Railways of the World 75 

Ratification of U. S. Constitu- 
tion 11 

Schools (Statistics) 67-6S 

Tobacco Production 78 

Weather — Rules 75 

Official Vote of State — 

Congressional Vote 1910 58-59 

Comparative Vote 1908-1910 55-56 

State Officers 56-57 

For Solicitors 56-57 

Platforms — 

Democratic 48-49 

Republican 50-52-54 

Political Organizations — 

Democratic 60-61 

Republican 61-62 

Railroads — 

Accidents — Rates 68 

Officials 69-75 

Societies and Organizations — 

Agricultural Society 42 

Anti-Saloon League 42-43 



Association for the Study and 
Prevention of Tuberculosis.. 

Bankers' Association 

Bar Association 

Chemical Society 

Child Labor Committee 

Tulouial Dames of America ... 

Confederate Veterans 

Daughters of Confederacy 

Daughters of the Revolution.. 

Daughters of the American 
Revolution 

Dental Society 

Elks 

Farmers' State Alliance 

Firemen's Association 

Funeral Directors and Em- 
balmers 

Grand Army of the Republic. 

Horticultural Society 

J. O. U. A. M 

Knights of Pythias 

Knights Templar 

Library Association 

Library Commission 

Literary and Historical Asso- 
ciation 

Masons 

Medical Society 

Medical Association (Tri-State) 

N. C. Fairs 

N. C. Architectural Association 

N. C. Sunday-School Associa- 
tion 

Odd Fellows 

Order of the Cincinnati 

Pharmacy, Board of 

Pharmaceutical Association . . . 

Poultry Association 

Press Association 

Red Men 

Retail Merchants' Association . 

Royal Arcanum 

Royal and Select Masters 

Sons of the Confederacy 

Sons of the Revolution 

Spanish-American War Vet- 
erans 

State Federation of Labor . . . 

Teachers' Assembly 

State Government — 

Executive 

Legislative 

Judicial 

North Carolina in Congress 

Military 

United States Government — 

Executive 

Judicial 

Legislative 

Tax Commission Report.... 



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NORTH CAROLINA YKAR IinilK. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



American Book Co., New York.. 53 
Antict.im Paper Co., Hagers- 

town, Md E 

A. ,v M. College, For the 

Colored Race, Greensboro 78 

Atlantic Christian College, Wil- 
son 55 

Atlantic Fire Ins. Co.. Ral-. 

eigh 35 

Bank of Montgomery, Troy 367-370 

Bank of Onslow, Jacksonville. .393-395 
Bank of Pittsboro, Pittsboro. .161-164 
P. .ink of Southport, Southport. .120-122 

Promo Seltzer B 

Christopher Ens. Co., Richmond. 73 
Citizens Bank, Henderson ....502-505 
Citizens Nat. Bank. Raleigh... D 
Commercial Nat. Bank, Char- 
lotte 27 

Commercial Nat. Bank, The 

Raleigh 5 

Coopers of Raleigh, Raleigh F 

Donaldson Military School. Fay- 

etteville 75 

Easl Carolina Teachers Training 

School, Greenville 49 

Edwards & Broughton Printing 

Co., Raleigh 17 

Elizabeth College and Conser- 
vatory of Music. Charlotte 59 

Farmers & Merchants Bank, 

Williamston 343-346 

First Nat. Bank, The. Durham.. 9 
First Nat. Bank, Richmond, Va. . 11 
First Nat. Bank, The, Washing- 
ton 13 

Fourth Nat. Bank. Fayette- 

ville 190-195 

Greensboro Female College", 

Greensboro 61 

Havens. Jonathan, Washington, 

105-112 

Havens Oil Co, Washington 107 

Horner Military School, Oxford.. 57 
Jefferson Standard Life Ins. Co. 7 
Johnson, B. P., Publishing Co., 

Richmond, Va 51 

Jones. Wm. Walker. Raleigh ... 12 

Keeley Institute. Greensboro 37 

King's Business College, Raleigh, 

506-536 
Life Insurance Company of Vir- 
ginia, The. Richmond. Ya D 

maid, C. C. Raleigh 

Bottom Front Cover 
Mechanics Savings Bank. Raleigh 24 

Meredith College. Raleigh .. 41 

Mixon, E. R. & Co.. Beaufort.. 100-104 
Monticello Hotel. The. Norfolk, 

Va 29 

Murphy's Hotel, Richmond. Va... 32 
National Bank, The. Fayette- 

ville 15 

National Bank. The, New Bern.. 21 



Page. 

National Bank of Virginia. Rich- 
mond, Va. Side of Front Covei 

National State and City Bank, 

Richmond Top of Front Cover. 

New Bern Banking & Trust Co., 

New Bern 184-189 

News and Observer... SO and 564 

Norfolk Southern Railway 79 

Normal and Collegiate Institute, 

Asheville 45 

North Carolina College of Agri- 
culture and Mechanic Arts, The 

Raleigh 63 

North Carolina State Normal and 
Industrial College, The, Greens- 
boro 47 

North State Life Ins. Co., 

Kinston 31 

Parker-Gardner Co.. Charlotte 351-364 
Parker-Hunter Realty Co., The 

Raleigh 23 

Peace institute, Raleigh 65 

Planters Bank, Rocky Mount.. 

222-22S-377-383 
Planters National Bank. Rich- 
mond. Va. 3 

Presbyterian College for Women, 

The, Charlotte 39 

Raleigh Banking and Trust Co., 

Raleigh 19 

Raleigh Savinsrs Bank and Trust 

Co., The. Raleigh D 

Raleigh and Southport Railway, 

Raleigh G 

Reidsville Seminary. Reidsville. . 77 
Saint Mary's School, Raleigh.. 67 

Sanders. W. M., Smithfield 311-321 

Smithdeal's Practical Business 

Collese, Richmond. Va F 

South "Atlantic Life Ins. Co., 

Richmond. Va. C 

Southern Conservatory of Music. 

Durham 69 

Southern Presbyterian College 
and Conservatory of Music, Red 

Springs 40 

Southgate, J. & Son. Durham 30 

State Fair. The Great North Car- 
olina. Raleigh 26 

Thomson. Frank K.. Raleisrh... 28 

Trinity College. Durham 71 

Trinity Park School. Durham.. 71 
University of North Carolina, 

Chapel Hill 43 

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

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., 

Richmond. Va Back Cover 

Virginia State Ins. Co., Rich- 
mond. Va F 

Virginia Trust Co., Richmond. C 
Wake County Savinsrs Bank. 

Raleigh 25 

Wilson Sanatorium, Wilson 553 

York & Cobb. Raleigh E 



STATE GOVERNMENT EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

Surplus and Profits - - - - - - - $1,375,000 

Capital 300,000 

Deposits 6,500,000 

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 



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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. 

Clerk — John D. Warlick, of Onslow. 

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. P. Moody, of Mecklenburg. 

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

Teller — A. H. Arrington, 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 — Baxter 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 
Bnrkhead, of Columbus. 

Superintendent of Puhlic 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 Puhlic 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. O. Sherrill, of 
Catawba. 

Assistant Librarian — Miss Carrie E. 
Broughton, of Wake. 

Commissioner of Labor and Printing 
— M. L. Shinman. of Hendersonville. 



-i &.TE GOVERNMENT EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



kaalatanl < ommlssloner 
Justice, "f Rutherfordton. 

Stenographer Mlsa Daisy Thomp- 
Bon, ol W tke. 

In-iirimii' ( nniiii Issloner .lames R, 

Voung, of Vance. 

l >•- 1 1 ii i % Ineurance Commissioners — 
j \V. Wade and Robt. B. Colt. 

< i.i.-r Clerk Robt. B. Coit. 

Clerk and Stenographer Miss Ida 
Montgomery, of Wake. 

License ( lerk A. !l rerby. 

Keeper <>i the Capitol C. C. Cherry, 

- .1. Standard Keeper L. II. Linns- 
den, of Wake. 

State Printers— i: M. I"z-/ell and 
Edwards & Bronghton Printing Co., 
of Wake. 

GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL. 

• iry of State. Auditor, 
Treasurer, and Superintendent of Pub- 
lic Instruction. 

BTATE BOARD OK EDUCATION. 

The Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, 
State. Auditor, Treasurer. 
rintendent of Public Instruction, 
Attorney-General. 



Geo. 15. | Miss Daisy Denson, Raleigh, Secre- 
tary. 
Office in the Capitol. 



NORTH CAROLINA GEOLOGICAL 
BOARD. 

Hoard of Managers — Governor W. 
W. Kitchin ex otlicio Chairman. 

state Geologist — Jos. Hyde Pratt, 
Chapel Bill. 

M. It. Braswell, Rocky Mount. 

R. 1>. Caldwell, Lumberton. 

Frank R. Hewett, Asheville. 

Hugh McRae, Wilmington. 

Scientific Staff— Joseph Hyde Pratt, 
Geologist and Mineralogist, Chapel 
Hill. N. C. ; .T. 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. 



ROM!!) OF IM'BLIC BUILDINGS 

\\r> r.RorxDS. 

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

ST\TF BOARD OF PENSIONS. 

The Governor. Auditor and Attor- 
ney-General. 



STATE BOARD OF SCHOOL EX- 
AMINERS. 

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

Allen J. Barwick, (sec). Raleigh. 
N. W. Walker, Chapel Hill. 
John Graham. Warrenton. 
Z. V. .Tudd, Raleigh. 



< OUNTV BOARD OF PENSIONS. 

The Clerk of the Court and three ex- 
ederote soldiers appointed by the 

State Auditor. 

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



CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Franklin McNeill, of Now Hanover, 
Chairman. (Term expires January, 

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

E. L. Travis. (Term expires next 
al election. 

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

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

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



BO\RD OF PUBLIC CHARITIES. 
William A. Blair, (chairman), Win- 
Bton-Salem. 

G. Brown, Raleigh. 

Carey J. Hunter, Raleigh. 
A. C. McAlister, Asheboro. 



STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. 

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

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

J. Howell Wav. M. D.. Wavnesville. 

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

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

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

David T. Tavloe, 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. 

J. L. Nicholson, M. D., Richlands, 
Chemistry and Diseases of Children. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Benj. K. Hays, 
M. D., Oxford, Physiojogy and Hy- 
iriene. 



NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK 



THE BEST EVIDENCE 
OF GOOD SERVICE 



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OFFICERS: 

B. S. JEKMAN President 

A. A. THOMPSON Vice President 

E. B. CROW Cashier 

A. P. BAUMANN Asst. Cashier 

DIRECTORS: 
Alf. A. Thompson, 
Henry A. Iiondon, 
Carey J. Hunter, 
Ashley Home, 
B. E. Montague, 
H. W. Jackson, 
Ashby L. Baker, 
Thos. H. Brigg-s, 
B. S. Jerman, 
Joshua B. Hill. 
Henry T. Hicks. 
A. R. D. Johnson, 
E. B. Crow, 
D. H. Hill, 
John A. Mills, 
Chas. W. Home. 



4% paid in Savings 
Department 

4% Certificates of 
Deposit 



In a bank is steady 
and substantia] 
growth. The his- 
tory of this bank 
proves conclusively 
that its sound finan- 
c i a 1 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 

$100,000.00 

Resources, 

$2,000,000.00 



The Commercial National Bank 

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



STATE GOVERNMENT EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



J. C. Rodman, M. I)., Washington, 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. 



STATE liOAKl) OF AGRICULTURE. 

Maj. W. A. Graham, Commissioner, 
r\ officio Chairman, Raleigh. 

First District— II. C. Carter, Fair- 
Held. 

Second District— K. \V. Barnes, Lu- 
cama. 

Third District— Wm. Dunn. New 
Bern. 

Fourth District— I. H. Kearney. 
1'ranklin ton. 

Fifth District— R. W. Scott, Graham. 

Sixth District— A. T. McCallum, Red 
Sprii 

Seventh District— J. P. McRae, 
Laurinburg. 

Eighth District— Win. Bledsoe, Gale. 

Ninth District— W. J. Shuford, 
Hickory. 

tli 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. 

Sec, ml Assistant Veterinarian — B. B. 
Flovre. 

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

Entomologist — Franklin Sherman, 
Jr. 

Assistant Entomologist — Z. T. Met- 
calf. 

Naturalist and Curator — H. H. 
Brimley. 

Assistant Curator — T. AY. Adicks. 

Horticulturist— AV. N. Hutt. 

istant Horticulturist — S. B. Shaw. 

Second Assistant Horticulturist— O. 
M. ('lark. 

Farm Demonstrator — T. B. Parker. 

Assistant Demonstrator — T. J. W. 
Bvoome. 

Agronamist — J. L. Burges. 

Assistant Agronamist — G. M. Garren. 

Food Chemist— AA T . M. Allen. 

Assistant Food Chemist— W. A. 
Smith. 

Assistant Chemist — J. M. Pickle. 

Fertilizer Chemist — AA\ G. Haywood. 

Feed Chemist — G. M. MacNider. 

Assistant Chemist, Soils — E. L. 
Worthen, 

Assistant Chemist — L. L. Brinkley. 

Assistant Chemist — J. 0- Jackson. 

Assistant Chemist — W. H. Strowd. 

Assistant Chemist — E. W. Thornton. 

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

F. T. Meacham, Superintendent Ire- 
dell Test Farm. Willard. 



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

Oil, INSPECTORS. 

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



QUARANTINE COMAIITTEE. 

A. Cannon, Chairman, Horse Shoe. 
H. D. Edtjerton, 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, 
clarence Call, AVilkesboro. 
W. J. Davis, Hendersonville. 



DIRECTORS STATE'S PRISON. 

Geo. A. Norwood. Jr., Goldsboro. 
Geo. B. McLeod, Lumberton. 
Manly McDowell. Morganton. 
Geo. A. Holderness, Tarboro. 
T. J. Renfrow, Matthews. 



STATE INSTITUTIONS. 

The University of North Carolina — 
Chapel Hill ; Francis Preston A'enable. 
Ph. D., President. 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Central Hospital — Raleigh ; Dr. L. 
J. Picot, Assistant Superintendent. 

The State Hospital — .Morganton; 
I Jno. McCampbell, M. D., Superintend- 
ent. 
i The State Hospital— Goldsboro ; W. 
W. Faison, M. D., Superintendent. 

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

Oxford Orphan Asylum — Oxford ; 
John H. Jafferies, Superintendent under auspices of Grand Lodge of 
Pender Test Farm, Willard. Masons; R. L. Brown, Superintendent. 

R. W. Collett. Superintendent (Partly supported by the State). 
Transylvania Test Farm. Swanannoa. State Sanitarium for the Treatment 



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JEFFERSON 

J Standard Life Insurance Compan y 

Home Office: RALEIGH, N. C. 



Surplus to Policyholders Over $500,000.00 




STRONGEST IN THE SOUTH 



JOSEPH G. BROWN, 

President. 

P. D. GOLD, JR., 

Viee-Pres. & Gen. Mgr. 

CHAS. W. GOLD, 

Secy. & Supt. of Agencies. 



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STATE GOVERNMENT -EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



of Tuberculosis Montrose -T. R. 
Brooks, M. l».. Montrose, Superintend- 
ent; .1. El. Gordon, M. I).. .1 amestown, 
,,:ii Board of Trustees; M. Eu- 
gene Street, M. D., Glendon, Secretary. 
Vgricultnral and Mechanical College 
for the Colored Eace— Greensboro ; 
James B. l>udley, President. 



DIRECTORS NORTH CAROLINA 
RAILROAD COMPANY. 

Beneban Cameron, President, Stagg- 

\illo. 

N. R. McCanless, Salisbury. 
.T. I». Elliott, Newton, 
c. c. Hargrave, Lexington. 
T. s. Fleshman, Kernersville. 
John W. Graham, Hillsboro. 
s. C. Penn, Reidsville. 
R. L. II"lt. 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. 

W. S. Ckadwick, Beaufort. 

G. v. Richardson, Dover. 

S. W. Ferrebee, Stonewall. 

A. C. Avery, Jr., Morganton. 

E. L. Harris. Raleigh. 
Sumrell, Kinston. 

W. D. Creech. Goldsboro. 

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



OYSTER COMMISSION. 

Wm. M. Webb. Morehead City. 

». TV. Wallace (Assistant). New 
Hern. 



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. Cray. Ral- 
eigh. 

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

Sixth District— Walker Taylor, Wil- 
mington. 

Seventh District— T. P.. Bailey, 
Mocksville. 

Eirhth District — J. L. Nelson, 
Iienoir. 

Ninth District — C. IT. Mebane. New- 
ton. 

T. nth Distric* — J. D. Murphy, Ashe- 

ville. 

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

J. E. Posvie. (chrm.1, 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. 



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. 
Pittman, Thomas M., Henderson. 

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. Stancill, 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. 

R. R. Clark, Statesville. 

F. P. Alspaugh, Winston-Salem. 

J. W. Noell, Lexington. 

J. I. Davis. Morganton. 

J. G. Hall, Lenior. 

James K. Norfleet. Winston-Salem. 

R. R. Clark, Statesville. 

A. A. Shuford. Hickory. 

A. E. Tate, High Point. 

■Tno. W. McMinn, Brevard. 



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YESTERDAY 

Is but a dream, 
TOMORROW 

only a vision but 
TODAY 
well lived makes every YESTERDAY 
a dream of happiness and every TO- 
MORROW a vision of hope. 
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DIRECTORS si All: HOSPITAL AT 
GOLDSBORO. 

.1. !'. Boggard, Atkinson. 
.1. A. Beaman, Clinton. 
Fred w. Habel, Raleigh. 
W. L. Hill, Warsaw. 

C. r. Herring, Goldsboro. 
\v. B. Headen, Morehead City. 

D. B. McKinne, Princeton. 
.:. ( . i !romartie Garland. 



I 111 STEES A. \ I. COLLEGE AT 

GREENSBORO FOR THE COL- 

ORED RACE. 

Officers -M. C. S. Noble, Chapel Hill, 
i lhairman. 

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

Firsl District W. R. Williams. 
'Falkland. 

Second District -W. A. Darden, 
A yi U'li. 

Third i>i~ni«; -W. R. Newberry, 
Magnolia. 

J ourth District— W. E. Brooks, 
i'itrsboro. 

Fifth District— .1. I. Foust, Greens- 
boro. 

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

Seventh District— C. C. Crawford. 

Eighth District— S. Bryan, Salis- 
bury. 

Ninth District — J. O. Alexander, 
Charlotte 

Tenth District— M. AT. Bell, Murphy. 

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



DIRECTORS SOLDIERS' HOME. 

A. B. Andrews. Chairman, Raleigh. 

.1. S. Carr, Durham. 

Jobn N. Kelly, Clarkton. 

A. H. Boyden. Salisbury. 

W P. Wood, Secretary, Raleigh. 

Executive Committee — A. H. Boyden, 
Chairman; W. P. Wood, Secretary; 
.1. s. Carr. 



STATE LIBRARY COMMISSION. 

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

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

Dr. Chas. Lee Smith, Treasurer, 
Raleigh. 

Dr. .T. Y. Joyner, State Superinten- 
dent Public Instruction. Raleigh. 

Miles O. Sherrill, State Librarian, 
Raleigh. 

Miss Minnie W. Leatherman, Ral- 
eigh. 



BANK EXAMINERS. 

C. V. Brown, Rocky Mount: Assist- 
ant, F. A. Hubbard, Reidsville. 



THE AUDUBON SOCIETY OF 
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., Raleigh; Dr. C. P. Ambler, 
Asheville; W. H. Williamson, Raleigh; 
E. L. Travis, Halifax; C. M. Stedman, 
Greensboro. 



BOARD OF VISITORS UNIVERSITY 
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. 

Julian S. Carr, Durham. 

John W. Graham, Hillsboro. 

Richard H. Lewis, Raleigh. 

Josephus Daniels, Raleigh. 
j Chas. B. Aycock, Raleigh. 

Claudius Dockery, Raleigh. 

J. O. Carr. Wilmington. 

.1. Bryan Grimes. Raleigh. 

Robt. T. Gray, Raleigh. 

E. J. Hale, Fayetteville. 

W. E. Britt. Asheville. 

Chas. Whedbee, Hertford. 



STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN 
OPTOMETRY. 

Dr. J. W. Taylor, President, Greens- 
boro. 

J. D. Hathaway, Secretary, Eliza- 
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. 



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 to be held 
in Raleigh sometime in July, 1912. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 



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First National Bank, 0F R,cm0ND ' 



Capitaljand Earned Surplus 

Deposits 

Total Resources 



VIRGINIA 

- $2,000,000.00 

- 7,500,000.00 

11,500,000.00 



JOHN B. PUKCELL, President. JOHN 31. MILLER, Jr., V.-Pres. & Cash. 
FREDERICK E. NOLTING, 2*d V.-Pres. CHAS. B. BURNETT, Asst. Cash. 
J. C. JOPLIN, Asst. Cashier. W. P. SHELTON, Asst. Cashier. 

ALEX. P. RYLAND, Asst. Cashier. 

CONFIDENTLY SEEKS AND INVITES NEW ACCOUNTS. 



MEMBERS OF HISTORICAL COM- 
MISSION. 

J. Bryan Grimes (chrm.), Raleigh. 

R. D. W. Connor, Secretary, Raleigh. 

W. J. Peele, Raleigh. 

D. H. Hill, Raleigh. 

Thomas M. Pittman, Henderson. 

M. C. S. Noble, Chapel Hill. 



CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTIONS 
IN NORTH CAROLINA. 

1788— At Hillsboro. 
1789— At Fayetteville. 
1835— At Raleiajh. 
1861— At Raleigh. 
1805— At Raleigh. 
1S68-9— At Raleigh. 
1S75— At Raleigh. 



STATE LABORATORY OF HYGIENE. 

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



CONGRESSIONAL APPOR- 
TIONMENT. 

One Congressman for 212.000 of pop- 
ulation, making, with Arizona and 
New Mexico, 435 members of the 
House of Representatives. 



DIVORCES GRANTED. 

From 1887 to 190G inclusive in the 
United States. 945.625. Number in 
North Carolina. 7.047. In 1900 there 
were 55.502 divorces out of popula- 
tion of 55.502, or 73 per 100,000 popu- 
lation. In Great Britain, with popula- 
tion there were 743, or about 3 per 
100.000. 



DIRECTOR AND STATE'S PROXY, 

WILKESBORO & JEFFERSON 

TURNPIKE COMPANY. 

A. M. Church, North Wilkesb^ro. 



FISH COMMISSIONER. 

C. S. Vann, Edenton. 



NORTH CAROLINA SIGNERS OF 

AMERICAN DECLARA1 EON OF 

INDEPENDENCE. 

Joseph Hewes. 
William Hooper. 
John Penn. 
All these were lawyers. 



RATIFICATION OF U. S. CONSTI- 
TUTION. 

North Carolina November 21st. 17S9. 
by vote of 193 to 75. All other States 
ratified earlier except Rhode Island, 
which ratified May 29th, 1790. by a 
vote of 34 to> 32. 



BANK STATISTICS. 

State Banks. 

Capital stock $ 9,527,030.60 

Surplus and undivided 

profits 4,425,495.29 

Deposits 49.847,158.S4 

Resources 68,406,179.97 

National Banks. 

Capital Stock $ 8,385,000.00 

Surplus and undivided 

profits 3,903,394.85 

Deposits 26.184,335.61 

Resources 55,084,0:: 1 . 1 r. 



INSURANCE. 

In 1843 the amount of outstanding 
insurance in the United States was 
$6,500,000. In 1911 it had grown to 
$16,404,229,925. 



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STATE COVERNMEXT L EGIS EAT 1 V10 DMl'AUTMKN'T. 



Long Distance Connection. 
Capital City Telephone. 



Residence 307. 
Office 507. 



WILLIAM WALKER JONES 

Manufacturer's Agent 
WOOD AND IRON WORKING 

MACHINERY 

Engines Pulleys Steel Rails 

Boilers Hangers • Logging Cars 

Railway and Mill Supplies — General Distributing Agent Erie En- 
gine Works for North Carolina. 
Office 510-11 Tucker Building. Raleigh, X. C. 



STATE GOVERNM'T— LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT 



Leslie Davis 
M. Green (D.), 



STATE SENATE. 

First District— D. C. Barnes (D.), 
Uurfreesboro : J. B. Williams (D.), 
Sbiloh. 

Second District— Van B. Martin (D.). 
Plymouth; Dr. It. X. Cartwright (D.). 
Fain 

Third district— A. S. Rascoe (D.) 
Wind 

Fouiii: district — A. Paul Kitchin 
'DA. Scotland Xeck. 

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

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

Seventh District — Ben. T. Holrlen 
fD.). Louisburg; T. T. Tborne (D.) 
B cky Mount. 

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

Ninth District -J. L. Barbam (D.). 
Goldshoro. 

Tenth District- R. D. Johnson (D). 
Warsaw. 

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

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

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

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

Fifteenth District— O. A. Bar' 
CD.). Benson; .7. R. Basrgett (D.). Lil- 
lin.Erton. 

Sixteenth District— E. W. Sikes 
(DA. Wake Forest. 

Seventeenth District — M. J. Haw 
^cins (DA. Ridgeway. 

Eighteenth District— A. A. Hicks 
fD.). Oxford. 



Nineteenth District — James A. Hurdle 
(fi.), 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.), Xorwood; R. W. Lemmond 
(D.), Monroe. 

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. G. 
renter (D.), Dallas. 

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

Thirty-fourth District— T. L. Sig- 
nion (D.). Morganton; Pinknev Mash- 
burn (RA. Old Fort. 

Thirty-fifth District— J. M. Wago- 
ner iRA. Sparta. 

Thirty-sixth District— J. L. Hyatt 
a: A. Burnsville. 



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CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $155,000.00 



DEPOSITS received subject to check. 

CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT issued bearing 4 per cent interest. 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE bought and sold. 

DRAFTS drawn on all parts of the world. 

BANKING BY MAIL. Write us about this. 



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

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 Tera-H. N. Pharr, 
Charlotte. 

Reading Clerk— Mark Squires, Le- 
noir. 

Principal Clerk— R. Otis Self. Web- 
ster. 

Assistant to Principal Clerk — R. R. 
Bovd. Reidsville: C. B. Wade. More- 
head City; J. W. Ragland, Bakers- 
ville. 

Engrossing Clerk — W. E. Hooks, 
Fremont. 

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

Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms — W. G. 
Hall, Fayetteville. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

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

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

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



A. M. Dumay, Cashier. 



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

Ashe— H. C. Tucker (D.), Weasel. 

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

Bertie— W. R. Johnson (D.), Wind- 

Bladen— E. H. Anders (D.), Kelly. 

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

Buncombe— Gallatin Roberts (p.), 
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. P. Bartlett (D.), Cam- 
den Court House. 

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

Caswell— Osmond Smith (D.), Ian- 

cevville. 

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

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

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

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

flay— R. L. Herbert (R.). Haysville. 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— LEG ISI.ATIVE DEPARTMENT. 






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

Craven— R. A. Nunn (D.)i New 
Bern. 

Columbus— J. M. Shipman (D.), 
Clarkton. 

( lumberland— A. D. McGill (D.). 
tevllle; Chas. G. Rose (D.), Fay- 
ettevllle. i 

Currituck— Tierce Hampton (D.), 
Waterlily. 

Dare— Charles H. Scarborough 
(Ind.), Mann'a Harbor. 

Davidson— B. W. Parham (D.), 
!i omasville. 

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

Duplin— R. L. Carr (D.), Magnolia. 

Durham— Julian S. Carr (D.), 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.), 
Loulsbnrg, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Gaston— A. C. Stroup (D.), 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.), 
i ; ivensboro. 

Halifax— W. T. Clement CD.), 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- 
dersonvllle. 

Hertford— W. P. Taylor (D.), Win- 
Hyde— J. W. McWilliams (D.), 
<>ke. 

Iredell— Zeb. V. Turlington (D.), 
esville; N. D. Tomlin (D.), 
sville. 

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

Johnston — Ashlev Home (D.), Clay- 
L. II. Allred (D.). Selma. 

.Tones — Jack Dixon (D.), Trenton. 

Lee — (Lee votes with Moore). 

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

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

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



Madison — J. Coleman Ramsey (R.), 

Marshall. 

Marl in— H. W. Stubbs (D.), Wil- 

llamston. 

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

Mecklenburg— W. C. Dowd (D.), 
Charlotte; W. A. Grier (D.l, 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 — Woodus Kellum 
(D.), Wilmington. 

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

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

Oransre — 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. Thome (D.), Farin- 
ville: Guilford Moring (D.), Green- 
ville, R. F. D. 

Polk — J. B. Livingston (D.), Tryon. 

Randolph— O. R. Cox (D.), Ashe- 
boro ; H. B. Carter (D.1, Ramseur. 

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

Robeson— Dr. W. A. McPhaul (D.), 
Lumberton; J. O. Maarthur (D.), 
Rowland. 

Rockingham — W. I. Witty (D.), 
Snmmerfield; 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.), 
I.auiinburg. 

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. 13 



S. W. COOPER, President. 

W. A. VANSTORY, Vice-President. 



A. B. McMILL,AN, Cashier. 
T. M. SHAW, Asst. Cashier. 



CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00 

THE NATIONAL BANK 

UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY 
Fayetteville, North Carolina. 



Tyrrell— M. Majette (D.), Columbia. 

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

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

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

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

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

Watauga — Smith Hagaman (D.), 
Vilas. 

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

Wilkes — Herman C. Caviness (R.). 
Wilkesboro. 

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

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

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



THE HOUSE. 

Officers House Representatives. 

Speaker— W. C. Dowd, Charlotte. 

Principal Clerk— T. G. Cobb, Mor- 
ganton. 

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

Engrossing Clerk — M. D. Kinsland, 
Wayi.esville. 

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

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



North Carolina Fairs 

Alamance County, Burlington — Mc- 
Bryrle Holt, Secretary. 
Cumberland County, Payettevflle — Z. 



P. Smith, Secretary. 

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

Haywood County, Waynesville — J. 

D. Boone, Secretary. 
Mecklenburg County, Charlotte — W. 

J. Chambers, Secretary. 

Piedmont Pair, Winston-Salem — G. 

E. Webb, Secretary. 

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

North Wilkesboro. North Wilkes- 
boro — John R. Jones, Secretary. 

Granville County Fair, Oxford — J. 

F. Webb, Secretary. 

Catawba County Fair, Hickory — A. 
K. Joy, Secretary. 

Western N. C. Association. Ashe- 
ville — Owen Gudger. Secretary. 

Randolph County Fair— Geo. R. 
Ross, Secretary. 

N. C. Industrial Association (col- 
ored), Raleigh— J. E. Hamlin. Secre- 
tary. 

ONLY TWO ACTS. 
(N. Y. World Almanac.) 

The only acts of general interest 
passed bv the Legislature of North 
Carolina in 1911 were two acts affect- 
ing married women; one authorizing 
married women to contract and deal 
as if unmarried, as to all of their per- 
sonal property; the other enabling 
married women whose husbands are 
lunatics to sell any of the husband's 
property or their own property for 
their support. 

EASTER SUNDAY. 

Easter Sunday in 1912 comes on 
April 7th. In 1911 it came on Apri 
16th, and in 1913 it will come on 
Marsh 23rd. 



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STATU GOVERNMENT— J IDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT 



Till! SUPREME COCRT OF NORTH 
CAROLINA. 

Walter Clark, of Wake, Chief Jus- 
tice. 

Piatt !». Walker, of Mecklenburg, 
late Justice. 

William a. Hoke, of Lincoln, Asso- 
.1 ust Ice. 

George II. Brown, Jr., of Beaufort. 
Associate .1 ustiee. 

Wm. R. Allen, of Wayne, Associate 
.1 ustice. 

J. L. Seawell, of Raleigh. Clerk. 

Weldon T. Smith, Office Clerk. 

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

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

The Supreme Court meets on the 
flrst Monday in February and the 
fourth Monday in August of each year. 

Tl all of appeals from the judicial 

districts begins on Tuesday of each 
during the term. 

APPLICANTS FOR LICENSE TO 
PRACTICE LAW . 

Each applicant must have attained 
the age of twenty-one years, and must 
st n died : 

Swell's Essentials, 3 volumes; 

Clark on Corporations; 

Schouler on Executors; 

Bispba ni's Equity ; 

• lark'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. 

i: ich applicant must have read law 
two years it least. 

Examinations for license to practice 
law are held on the first Mondav in 
February and the fourth Mondy in 
August of each year. The examina- 
tions are in writing. 

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

1. He must he at the time twentv- 
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 
Court a certificate of good moral 

character, signed by two attorneys i 
who practice in that Court. An ap- 
plicant from another State mav have 
such certificate signed bv any state 
r of the State from which he 
comes. 



:'.. He must deposit with the Clerk 
twenty-one dollars and fifty cents. Of 
this sum one dollar and fifty cents 
shall be retained by the Clerk. If the 
applicant obtains license the remain- 
ing tweuty 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 \V. Ward, Resident Judge, 
Elizabeth City. 
.). C. B. Ehringhaus, 

beth City. 

Spring Term — .las. L. 
Presiding Judge. 

Fall Term — Henry P. 
ville. Presiding Judge. 

Pasquotank — January 22 (2 
civil cases only ; March 18 (2 
tiis i week criminal, second week civi 
cases; September 1G (1 week), crirni 
nal. 

Beaufort — February 19 (2 weeks) 



Solicitor, Eliza- 
Webb, Shelby. 
Lane, Reids- 



weeks), 
weeks), 



(3 weeks), 
October 14 
> (2 weeks), 



(1 week) 



25 



Sep- 
Sep- 
( 1 week ) ; 



May 13 (1 week) : May 27 
civil, last week, criminal; 
(two weeks) ; November 2; 
civil. 1 week criminal. 

Currituck — March 4 (1 week) 
tember 2 (1 week). 

Camden — March 11 
tember 9 (1 week), 

Perquimans — March 
September 23 (1 week). 

Chowan — April 1 (1 week) ; Septem- 
ber "0 (1 week). 

Gates — April 8 (1 week) : October 7 
tl week). 

AVashington — February 12. April 15 
(1 week) : October 28 (1 week). 

Tyrrell — April 22 tl week) ; Novem- 
ber 4 tl week). 

Dare — May 6 tl week) ; November 
11 (1 week). 

Hyde — Mav 20 tl week) : November 
18 tl week). 



SFCOND JUDICIAL, DISTRICT. 

Robert B. Peebles, Resident Judge 
Jackson. 

John H. Kerr, Solicitor, Warrenton. 

Spring Term — E. B. Cline. Hickory. 
Presiding Judge. 

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

Halifax — January 29 (2 weeks), jail 
and civil cases; March 18. June 3 (2 
weeks) ; August 19 (2 weeks) : No- 
vember 25 (2 weeks). 

Warren — January 15: June 17 (2 
weeks) ; September 16 (2 weeks). 

Bertie — February 19 (1 week), crim- 
iml : April 29 t2 weeks), first week. 



STATE GOVERNMENT JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 



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EDWARDS & BROUGHTON 
Printing Company 

PRINTERS, PUBLISHERS AND STATIONERS 

STEEL AND COPPER PLATE ENGRAVERS 

Manufacturers of 

BLANK BOOKS AND LOOSE LEAF SYSTEMS 
Raleigh, N. C. 



criminal ; second week, civil ; Septem- 
ber 9 (1 week) ; November 11 (2 
weeks). 

Hertford — February 26 (1 week) ; 
April 22 (1 week) ; October 14 (2 
weeks). 

Northampton — April 1 (2 weeks) ; 
July 21), jail and civil cases ; October 
28. 



THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Harry W. Whedbee, Resident Judge, 
Greenville. 

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

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

Fall Term — E. B. Cline, Hickory, 
Presiding Judge. 

Pitt — January 15, criminal cases 
only ; January 22, civil cases only ; 
March 18, civil cases only ; April 22, 
criminal cases only ; April 29, civil 
cases only ; May 20, civil cases only ; 
August 19, criminal cases only ; Au- 
gust 26, civil cases only ; September 
16 civil cases only ; November 4, crim- 
inal cases only; November 11, civil 
cases only ; December 9, civil cases 
only. 

Craven — February 5, criminal cases 
only ; February 12, civil cases only ; 
April S, civil cases only ; May 6, civil 
cases only; June 10, criminal cases 
only ; September 30, criminal cases 
only ; October 7, civil cases only ; No- 
vember 18, civil cases only. • 

Greene — February 26 (2 weeks) ; 
May 27, civil cases only ; September 
2 ; December 2. 

Carteret — March 11 ; June 17 ; Octo- 
ber 14. 

Jones — April 1 ; October 28. 

Pamlico — April 15; October 21. 



FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Chas. M. CooUe, Resident Judge. 
Louisburg. 

R. G. Allsbrook, Solicitor, Tarboro. 

Spring Term — Frank Carter, Ashe- 
ville. Presiding Judge. 



Fall Term — M. H. Justice. Ruther- 
fordton. 

Franklin — January 22 (2 weeks) 
April 15 (2 weeks) ; August 19, crimi- 
nal cases only; October 14 (2 weeks), 
civil cases only. 

Wilson — February 5; February 12: 
civil cases only ; May 13 ; June 24 ; 
September 2 ; November 11, civil cases 
only ; December 16, criminal cases 
only. 

Vance — February 19 (2 weeks) ; May 
20 (2 weeks) ; September 30 (2 weeks). 

Edgecombe — March 4 ; April 1, civil 
cases only; June 3 (2 weeks) ; Septem- 
ber 9; October 28 (2 weeks), civil 
cases only. 

Nash — March 11, civil cases only ; 
March 25, civil cases only ; April 29, 
May 6, civil cases; August 20. crimi- 
nal cases only ; November 25, criminal 
cases only ; December 2, civil cases 
only. 

Martin — March 18; June 17; Sep- 
tember 16 (2 weeks) ; December 9. 



FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Oliver H. Allen, Resident Judge, 
Kinston. 

Henry E. Shaw, Solicitor, Kinston. 

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

Fall Term — Frank Carter, Asheville. 
Presiding Judge. 

Lenoir — January 8, criminal i 
only; March 11 (2 weeks), civil c 
only; May 20, criminal cases only: 
June 10 (2 weeks), civil cases only; 
August 19, criminal cases only: 
November 4 (2 weeks), civil i 
only ; December 9, criminal cases 
only. 

Pender — January 15; March 25; May 
13, civil only; September 9 (2 weeks). 

New Hanover — January 22 r2 
weeks); April 1; April s (2 wei 
civil cases only; May 27 (2 weeks i. 
civil cases only; July 22 (2 weeks); 
September 23: September 30 (2 



LS 



STATE GOVERNMENT JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 



i. civil cases only ; December 2, 
civil cases only. 

Sampson February 5 (2 weeks) 
April 29; May 6 t- weeks), civil cases 
only; July 8, civil cases only; July 
10; August 5 (2 weeks), civil cases 
only : l >ctober 21 (2 weeks). 

Duplin -Februarj L9 (2 weeks) ; 
July 1, criminal eases only; August 
26 (2 weeks), civil eases only; No- 
vember 18 (2 weeks). 

Onslow — March 4; 
cases only : July 15 : 
i (ctober 14. 



April 22; 
civil cases 



civil 

only ; 



SIXTH JUDICIAIi DISTRICT. 

{rank A. Daniels, Resident Judge, 
Goldsboro. 

Herbert E. Norris, Solicitor, Ral- 
eiuli. 

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

la 1 1 Term -G. S. Ferguson, 
Waynesville, Presiding Judge. 

Wake -January, 8, (2 weeks); Feb- 
ruary 19 (2 weeks), civil cases only; 
March 25 (2 weeks); April 22 (3 
weeks i. civil case s only; July 8 (2 
weeks: September 23 (2 weeks); Oc- 
21 (3 weeks), civil cases only. 

Wayne— January 22 (2 weeks); 
April 8 (2 weeks) ; May 27, civil cases 
only; August 19 (2 weeks); October 7 
(2 weeks), civil cases only; November 
25 (2 weeks). 

Harnett— February 5 (2 weeks') ; 
May 20; September 2; November 11 
i 2 weeks I. 

Johnston— March 4 (2 weeks); May 
13, civil; September 9 (2 weeks); De- 
cember 9 (2 weeks'). 



SEVENTH JUDICIAIi DISTRICT. 

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

>.. A. Sinclair. Solicitor, Fayetteville. 

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

I all Term—'-. \V. Ward. Elizabeth 
City, Presiding Judge. 

Cumberland — January 15, criminal 
cases only; February 19, civil eases 
only: March 25. jail and civil cases 
only: April 29 (2 weeks), civil cases 
only: May 27. criminal cases only; 
August 26, criminal cases only; Octo- 
ber 21 (2 weeks), civil cases only; 
November 18, criminal cases only. 

Bladen — January 22, civil cases 
only; March 11. criminal cases only: 
July 29, civil cases only: October 14 
criminal cases only. 

Robeson — February 5, (2 weeks'. 
criminal cases only; April 1 (2 weeks). 
civil cases only; May 20, civil cases 
only; June 17. civil cases only; July 
1 (2 weeks), criminal cases only; 
mber 9, criminal cases only; Oc- 



tober 7 (2 weeks), civil eases only; 
November 4 (2 weeks), criminal eases 
only; December 2 (2 weeks), civil. 

Columbus — February 26 (2 weeks) ; 
April 15 (2 weeks) ; July 15 (.2 weeks), 
civil eases only; September 2; Novem- 
ber 25. 

Brunswick — March 18: August 5, 
civil eases only ; September 30. 

EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

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

A. M. Stack, Solicitor, Monroe. 

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

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

Richmond — January 1, civil cases ; 
January S, criminal cases only ; April 
S, civil cases only; May 27; July 8; 
September 2. criminal cases only; 
September 23, civil cases only ; De- 
cember 2. 

Anson — January 15, criminal cases 
only ; March 4. civil cases only ; April 
15; April 24, civil cases only; June 10. 
civil cases only; September 9, crimi- 
nal cases only ; September 30 (2 
weeks), civil cases only. 

Moore — January 22, civil cases only ; 
February 12, criminal cases only ; 
May 20, civil cases only ; August 12, 
criminal cases only ; September 16, 
civil cases only ; December 9. 

Union — January 29, criminal cases 
only; February 19 i2 weeks), civil 
cases only; March IS, criminal cases 
only: July 29, criminal cases only; 
\ugust 19 (2 weeks), civil cases only: 
October 28 (2 weeks). 

Chatham — February 5; May 6; Au- 
gust 5 ; November 11. 

Scotland — March 11, civil cases only ; 
April 29, criminal cases only: June 3; 
October 14, civil; November 25. 

Eee — April 1; May 13, civil; June, 
17. civil; July 15 (2 weeks); Novem- 
ber 18. 



NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Howard A. Foushee, Resident 
Judge, Durham. 

S. M. Gattis, Solicitor. Hillsboro. 

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

Fall Term^H. W. Whedbee, Green- 
ville, Presiding Judge. 

Guilford— January 1, civil cases 
only; January 15, civil cases only; 
February 12 (2 weeks), civil cases 
only ; February 26. criminal cases 
only; April 1, criminal cases only; 
April 15, (2 weeks), civil cases only; 
June 3 (2 weeks), civil cases only; 
June 17, criminal cases only ; August 
12. (2 weeks), civil cases only; Sep- 
tember 16, criminal cases only : Octo- 



STATE GOVERNMENT JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT 



19 



F. H. BBIGGS, ( :islii,r. 



CHAS. E. JOHNSON, President. 

Raleigh Banking & Trust Co. 

Capital, $100,000.00. Surplus $30,000.00 Deposits, $700,000.00. 

Safety and Security for Depositors 
First Consideration 

THIRD GENERATION OF SUCCESSFUL BANKING— 1865 TO 1910. 

HAS PAID TO STOCKHOLDERS OVER SI. .-,(10,000 IN PROFITS. 



ber 21 (2 weeks), civil cases only; 
December 9, criminal cases only. 

Durham — January 8, criminal cases 
only; January 22 (2 weeks), civil cases 
only; March 18 (2 weeks), civil cases 
only ; May 13, criminal cases only , 
August 26, criminal cases only; Sep- 
tember 30 (2 weeks), civil cases only; 
December 2, criminal cases only. 

Granville — February 3; April 29 (2 
weeks) ; July 29 ; November IS (2 
weeks). 

Alamance — March 4; May 27, civil 
cases only ; September 2, criminal 
cases only; September 9. civil cases 
only ; November 4, criminal cases 

only. 

Orange — March 11; May 20. civil 
cases only; October 14. 

Person — April S; August 5: No 
vember 11. 



Randolph— March 

July 15 (2 weeks I 
weeks i. 

Davie — April 1 (2 weeks i ; Septem 
ber 30 (2 weeks). 

Yadkin — April 29 
weeks). 



18 12 wee! 
December 2 (2 



October 11 (2 



TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Benjamin F. Long, Resident Judge, 
Statesville. 

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

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

Fall Term — C. M. Cooke. Louisburg, 
Presiding Judge. 

Stanly — January 15. criminal eases 
only: March 11. civil cases only: July 
8, criminal cases only ; September 9. 
civil cases only. 

Montgomery — January 22. criminal 
cases only: April 15. civil cases only; 
July 1, criminal cases only; Septem- 
ber 16 (2 weeks), civil cases only. 

Iredell — January 29 (2 weeks! : May 
20 (2 weeks) ; July 29, (2 weeks) : Au- 
gust 2S (2 weeks). 

Rowan — February 12 (2 weeks); 
May 6 (2 weeks) : August 26 (2 
weeks)) ; November 18 (2 weeks'). 

Davidson — February 26 (2 weeks) : 
April 22. civil cases only: June 3, (2 
weeks), civil only: August 12 (2 
weeks) ; November 11. civ'l cases onlv. 



ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTKK T. 

Henry P. Lane, Resident Judge, 
Reidsville. 

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

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

Fall Term — O. II. Allen. Kins 
Presiding Judge. 

Forsyth — January 29. criminal i 
only: February 12 1 2 weeks), civil 
eases only; March 11 (2 weeks), civil 
- (inly: May 20, criminal eases 
(inly: May 27. civil cases only; July 
•_'•_'. criminal cases only: September '■> 
(2 weeks), civil cases only: Octo 
cryninal cases only; December '_' (2 
we^ks (civil cases only. 

Snrry — February 5: April 22 (2 
weeks); August 26 (2 civil 

cases only: November 18 (2 we< 

Rockingham - February 26 
weeks >: June 1() (2 weeks), civil 
only: July 29. criminal jcases 
November -I (2 weeks). 

Alleghany- March 25: August I'- 1 . 

Ashe April 1 (2 weeks) ; July 8 <' 
weeks); October 21 (2 weeks). 

Caswell- April 15: October 11. 

Stokes— May 6. criminal cases only; 
J May 13, civil eases only: Septemhei 
23. criminal cases only; Septembi 
civil cases only. 



TWELFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

James L. Webb, Resident Judge 
Shelby. 
Geo. w. Wilson. Solicitor, Gaston la 

Spring Term C. ( '. Lyon. White 

ville, Presiding Judge. 

Fall Term Frank \. Daniels 

Coids'ioro. Presiding Jnfl 



20 



STATE GOVERNMENT .II'IUOIAL DEPARTMENT. 



Mecklenburg — J a unary 1." (2 wi 
civil cases only; February L2 (2 
weeks), criminal cases only ; Man b I I 
ii' weeks), civil cases only; April 22. 
criminal cases only; April 29, civil 
i ases only ; .1 une 3, criminal ca ea 
only . -i une 10, civil i ases onlj ; Julj 
15 (2 weeks), civil cases onlj : August 
12 (2 weeks), criminal cases only; 
September 23, criminal cases only; 
September 30 (3 weeks), civil ■ 
only; November 25, civil cases only; 
1 »ecember 2, criminal cases only. 

Cabarrus January 29 (2 weeks); 
May 6 (2 weeks): August 26; October 
23 (2 weeks). 

Gaston February •_'<; (2 w< i 
May 20 (2 weeks); September 9 (2 
weeks i ; November 18. 

Cleveland — .March 25 (2 weeks I ; July 
29 (2 weeks); November I (2 weeks). 

Lincoln April S; September 2; De- 
cember 9. 



Rutherfordton — February 5 (2 
weeks), civil cases only; April 8 (2 
weeks); August L9 (2 weeks), civil 

cases only; October is (2 weeks). 

Henderson — March 4, criminal cases 

only; May 13 (2 weeks), jail and civil 

cases only: September .'SO (2 weeks), 

jail cases only; November 11 (2 

weeks i, jail and civil cases only. 

Burke .March 11 (2 weeks); June 3 

I (2 weeks), civil cases only; August 5 

j (2 weeks); December 2 (2 w< 

i civil cases only. 

Yancey — March 25 
I 17, civil cases only ; 
weeks i. 

Polk— April 22 
; 14 (2 weeks). 



(2 weeks) ; 
September 



.Tune 
2 (2 



THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL DIS- 
TRICT. 

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

Trunk A. Linney, Solicitor, Boone. 

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

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

Wilkes — January 22 (2 weeks'), civil 
cases only: March 11 (2 weeks): Au- 
gust 5 (2 weeks): September 30, (2 
weeks), civil cases only. 

Catawba February 5 (2 weeks'): 
May 6 (2 weeks), civil cases only; 
July 8 i2 weeks): October 28 (2 
I s). 

Alexandei — February 19: September 

16 (2 weeks). 

Caldwell— February 26 (2 weeks) ; 
May 20 (2 weeks), civil cases only; 
Juno 10 (2 weeks), civil cases onlv; 
August 1!' (2 weeks) : Noveml 
weeks), civil cases. 

Watauga— March 2." (2 weeks) • Sep- 
ber 2 (2 weeks). 

Mitchell \prii S (2 weeks): Julv 
22 (2 weeks), civil cases onlv; Novem- 
ber 11 (2 weeks). 

Avery— April 22 (2 weeks): October 
14 (2 weeks). 



FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL DIS- 
TRICT 

M. H. Justice, Resident Judge, 
Rutherfordton. 

A. Hall Johnston, Solicitor, Marion. 

Spring Term — Howard A. Foushee, 
Durham. Presiding Judg 

Fall Term — W. J. Adams. Carthage. 

McDowell — January 22 (2 weeks), 
civil cases only: February 19 (2 
weeks) ; July 22 (2 weeks) : September 
16 (2 weeks). 



(2 weeks) ; October 



FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL, DISTRICT. 

Frank Carter, Resident Judge, Ashe- 
ville. 

Robert R. Reynolds, Solicitor, Ashe- 
ville. 

Spring Term — Benjamin F. Long. 
Statesville, Presiding Judge. 

Fall Term — Howard A. Foushec\ 
Durham, Presiding Judge. 

Madison — February 26 (2 weeks). 
civil cases only; May 20 (1 week); 
October 14 (1 week), civil cases only. 

Buncombe — January 22 (2 weeks), 
civil cases only ; February 5 (3 
weeks) ; March 11 (?, weeks), civil 
cases only; April 15 (3 weeks): May 
6 (2 weeks), civil cases only: May 27 
(2 weeks), civil case s only; July 22 (2 
weeks); August 12; September 23 (3 
weeks), civil and jail cases: October 
21 <?, weeks) : November 11 (4 weeks i. 
civil cases only. 

Transylvania — April 1 (2 weeks) ; 
August 26 (2 weeks) ; November 4. 



SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Garland S. Ferguson, Resident 
Judge, Waynesville. 

Felix E. Alley, Solicitor, Webster. 

Spring Term — Henry P. Lane, 
Reidsville, Presiding Judge. 

Fall Term — Benjamin F. Long. 
Statesville. Presiding Judge. 

Haywood — January 2D (3 weeks;: 
July 1 12 weeks); September 23 (2 
weeks). 

Jackson — February 19 ('2 weeks) ; 
May 20 (2 weeks), civil cases only; 
October 7 (2 weeks). 

Swain — March 4 (2 weeks) ; July 22 
(2 weeks): October 21 (2 weeks). 

Graham — March 18 (2 weeks) : Sep- 
tember 2 (2 weeks). 

Cherokee — April 1 (2 weeks) ; Au- 
gust 5 (2 weeks) ; November 4 (2 
weeks). 

Clay — April 15: September 16. 

Macon — April 22 (2 weeks) : August 
19 (2 weeks) ; November IS 12 weeks). 



POPULATION OF NORTH CAROLINA BY RACKS. 

THE NATIONAL BANK 
OF NEW BERNE N. C. 

JAMES A. BRYAN, Pres. GEO. H ROBERTS, Cashier. 

JOHN DUNN, Vice-Pres. W. W. GRIFFIN, Vsst. Cashier. 



Capital and Surplus $218,6*7.00 



Paid on Savings Deposits 



POPULATION OF NORTH CAROLINA BY RACES 

[Since the census was taken, the counties of Avery and Hok«- 

have been established.] 

[The estimated population of Avery is 10,526.] 

[The estimated population of Hoke is 15,000.] 

Total Total 
Popu- Popu- 
lation lation. 1910 1900 
Counties. 1910. 1900. White. Negro. White. N( 

Alamance 2S.721 25,065 21,536 7,173 18,939 6,723 

Alexander 11,592 10,960 10.GS2 010 10,104 856 

Alleghany 7,745 7.759 7,405 340 7.293 466 

Anson 25465 21,870 12.135 13,326 10,196 11,674 

Ashe 19.074 19.5S1 18,524 550 l^.s!>7 684 

Beaufort 30.S77 20,404 17.931 12,941 15,006 11,336 

Bertie 23.039 20,538 0,536 13,503 8,717 11.S21 

Bladen 18,000 17,677 9.578 8,392 9,452 8,223 

Brunswick 14.434 12,657 9,026 5,406 7.613 5,044 

Buncombe 49.79S 44,288 41,814 7,982 36,167 8,120 

Burke 21,408 15,699 18,838 2,570 15.023 2.670 

Cabarrus 26 240 22,456 20,115 6.095 16,355 6,101 

Caldwell .'.' .'.' .'." '.'. 2o',579 15,694 18,163 2,416 13,751 L.931 

Camden 5,640 5,474 127 2.213 3,283 2,191 

Carteret 13,776 11,811 11,484 2.293 9,684 

Caswell 14,858 15,028 7.207 7.051 6,829 8,199 

Catawba 27,91S 22,133 24.447 ."..171 19,148 2,985 

Chatham 22 23,912 14,958 7,668 15,5 

Cherokee 14.137 11,860 13.602 503 11,391 432 

Chowan 11,303 10,258 .,,144 0.159 . 4,* 5,850 

Clav 3,909 1.532 3,751 158 4,398 134 

Cleveland 29,494 25,078 23,715 5,779 20,258 4,820 

Columbus 28,020 21,274 19,053 8,955 14,541 6,476 

Craven 25.594 24,160 11,279 14.310 .'.013 14,543 

Cumberland 35.2S4 29,249 19,881 15,353 16,677 12,571 

Currituck 7,693 6,529 5,095 2,598 4,752 1,777 

Dare 4,841 4,757 4,346 195 4,183 57 1 

Davidson' 29,404 23,403 25,659 3,744 20.229 

Davie 13,394 12,115 11,044 150 9,476 

Duplin .. 25.412 22.105 16,161 9,281 13,877 

Durham .. 35.276 26,233 893 12.: 16,4 9,749 

Edgecombe .. .. 32,010 26.591 12.555 V.M53 10.004 v 



POPULATION OF NORTH CAROLINA BY RACES. 



Forsyth 47,311 35,261 33,281 14,027 24.71S 10.o41 

Franklin 24 692 25.116 13,127 11,564 12,678 12,438 

Gaston ' .. 37 063 27,903 28,561 8,502 20,061 7.242 

Rites 10 455 10.413 5.762 4,693 5,009 4,804 

Graham 4 749 4,343 4,592 .... 4,190 26 

Granville 25 102 23,263 12,859 12.239 11,376 11,887 

Greene •• 13,083 12,038 6.987 6.090 6,260 5,778 

Guilford .. 60,497 39.074 45,116 15,379 27,969 11,103 

Halifax . 37,646 30.793 13.316 24,328 11,000 19.733 

Harnett 22,174 15,988 15,702 6,442 10,930 5,058 

Haywood" " . •■ 21,020 10.222 20.448 567 15,009 613 

Henderson 10,262 14,104 14,447 1.815 12,345 1.759 

Hertford 15,436 14,294 6,338 9,098 5,895 8,391 

Hvde 8,840 9.27S 5,139 3,701 5,264 4.014 

[redell 34,315 29,064 26,858 7,450 21.732 7,332 

son 12,99S 11,853 11,945 603 10,922 591 

Johnston 41.401 32,250 31,232 10.169 24.079 S,171 

!S S,721 S,220 4,625 4,090 4,466 3.760 

I.ee 11,376 7,849 3,526 

Lenoir 22.7C9 18,639 12,543 10,225 10.592 S.046 

Lincoln 17,132 15.498 14.335 2,797 12,537 2,961 

McDowell 13,538 12.567 11.458 2,080 10.673 1.893 

Macon 12,191 12.104 11.015 570 11,431 673 

Madison 20.132 20,644 19,700 432 20.0S6 551 

Martin 17.707 15.383 8.959 8.838 S.056 7.327 

Mecklenburg .. .. 67.031 55,268 41,547 25.481 31,393 23,873 

Mitchell 17.215 15.221 16,902 343 14,685 536 

Montgomery 14.967 14.197 11.302 3. 000 10.515 3.082 

Moore .. 17.010 23,022 11.363 5.637 15,773 7.840 

Nash 43.727 25.47S 19.613 14.104 14.S56 10,619 

Now Hanover .. .. 32.037 24.7xr, 10.714 15.302 12.663 13.109 

Northampton 22.323 21. 0,261 13.062 0.031 12.118 

Onslow 14,125 11.9 9,887 4.238 S.330 3.010 

Orange 15.006 14.01)0 10.138 4.920 0.42T> 5.261 

Pamlico 9,996 8,045 0.103 3.773 5.408 2.037 

Pasquotank 16,693 13,000 s.334 8,357 0.030 7.027 

Ponder 15.471 13,381 7.851 7.620 6,472 6,909 

Perquimans 11.054 10,091 5,465 5.589 5.088 5,003 

.ii .. .. *: 17.350 16.005 9. ,882 7.474 0.602 7.023 

30,340 30,889 18.233 18.100 15.307 15.402 

Polh 7.040 7.00 1 0.546 1,004 5.797 1.207 

Randolph 20.401 28.2:2 20.070 3.421 24.500 3.672 

Richmond 19,673 28,408 10.446 9.225 8.002 7.703 

<on 51.045 40.371 23.531 22.518 10.577 10.017 

Rockingham 30.442 33.103 25.965 10.474 21,544 11,617 

Rowan 37.521 31.000 28.445 0.074 22,048 8.115 

Rutherford 28.385 25,101 24.007 4.2«;8 20,050 4.441 

Sampson 29,982 26,380 10.720 10.043 17.250 0.130 

Scotland 15.303 r,.8i5 8.473 5.709 0.710 

Stanly 19,909 15.220 17,776 2,132 13.421 1.700 

Stokes 20.151 19.866 17.582 2,569 16,875 2,991 

Surry 20, 700 2". 515 27.068 2.632 22.609 2.904 

Swain 10.403 8.401 9 406 185 7,352 174 

Transylvania 7,191 6,620 6.553 638 6.005 615 

Tyrrell 5.219 4.080 3.577 1,642 3.518 1.462 

I'nion 33,277 27,156 23.93,8 9.337 19,157 7,099 

Vance .. 10.425 10.6S4 0.421 10.004 6,929 9.755 

Wake 03.220 54.020 37.350 25.870 30.267 24.358 

Warren 20,266 19,151 7.035 13.207 6.082 13.000 

Washington 11.062 10.60S 5,556 5,503 5.242 5.360 

Watauga 13,556 13.417 13.280 246 13.026 301 

Wayne 35.698 31.351! 20.117 15.579 17.934 13 410 

Wilkes 30.2S2 26.872 27,091 2,591 24.435 2 437 

Wilson 24.269 23.500 15.918 12,350 13,691 0.0O5 

Yadkin 15.42S 11,464 14.254 1,174' 12.805 1,187 

Yancey 12,072 11.839 233 11,181 283 



Total 2.200.287 1,893.810 1.500.513 697.S43 1,263.003 024.409 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



2:; 



Selling Agents for the Cameron Park Property, 
the Finest Residence Property 
in the State 

The Parker-Hunter Realty Co. 

Insurance Bonds Real Estate 

Raleigh, N. C. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 



EXECUTIVE BRANCH. 

President — William H. Tali, 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 — Henry L. Stim- 
son, of New York. 

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 — Walter L. 
Fisher of Illinois. 

Secretary of Agriculture — James 
Wilson, of Iowa. 

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



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

LThe 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 — V. Van Devanter, 
Wyoming. 

Associate Justice— Joseph R. Lamar, 
Georgia. 

Associate Justice — Joseph McKenna, 
of California. 

Associate Justice — Oliver W. Holmes, 
of Massachusetts. 

Associate Justice — William R. Day, 
of Ohio. 

Associate Justice — Charles E. 
Huscbes. New York. 



UNITED STATES COURTS. 

The United States Circuit and Dis- 
trict courts are held at the same times 
and places, with the same Judges ami 
officers. 
U. S. Circuit Court, Fourth District. 

Nathan Goff. W. Va. 

Jeter C. Pritchard, N. C. 

Eastern District. 

Henry G. Connor, Judge, Wilson. 

H. F. Seawell, District Attorney. 
Carthage. 

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

Claudius Dockery. Marshal. Raleigh. 

Raleigh Circuit and District — H. L. 
Grant. Clerk; George L. Tonnoffskl, 
Deputy Clerk— Ma v 20th and NoTem 
ber 25th. 

Wilmington Circuit and District — S. 
P. Collier. Clerk— May 0th, and No- 
vember 11th. 

New Bern Circuit and District— Geo. 
Green, Clerk— April 22d and October 
28th. 

Elizabeth Oitv Circuit and District- 
Philip G. Sawyer, Clerk. Elizabeth City 
—April 8th am! October lltli. 

Washington Circuit ami District— 
Arthur Mayo Clark, April l.'.th ami 

((.■teller 21st. 

Western District. 

James E. Boyd, Judge, Greensboro. 

A. E. Holton, District Attorney, 
Winston. 



POPULATION NORTH CAROLINA. 



Mechanics Savings Bank 



CHAS. E. JOHNSON, President. 
C. H. EDWARDS, Vice-President. 



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



SAVE PART OF VOIR EARNINGS. FOUR PER CENT INTEREST 

PAID ON DEPOSITS. 

Capital Stock, $15,000.00. Undivided Profits, $21,000.00. 

Deposits, $300,000,00. 



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

Wm. E. Logan, Marshal, Greensboro. 

Gre Circuit and District 

Court— Jas. M Millikan, Clerk. 
isboro— June 13th and December 
2d. 

Statesville Circuit and District Court 
— Henrv C. Cowles, Clerk. Statesville— ; 
April 15tb and October 21. 

Salisbury Circuit and District — i 
April 22d and October 2Sth. 

Asheville Circuit and District Court | 
— W. S. Ilyanis. Clerk. Asheville — May j 
6tb and November 4th. 

Charlotte Circuit and District Court 

Henry C. Cowles, Clerk, Statesville — 
April 1st and October 7th. 

Wilkesboro Circuit and District 
Court — May 27th and November 25th. 



Wilmington 25,748 20,076 

Wilson 6,717 3,525 

Winston 17,167 10.00S 



POPULATION GROWTH IN NORTH 
CAROLINA. 



POPULATION NORTH CAROLINA. 

The population of North Carolina, 
dine to the 1010 census, is 2,206,- 
287 against 1,808.810 in 1000. 

Following is tlie annouutenieut of 

the Director of the Census of all cities 

and towns in North Carolina having 

nidation in excess of 5.000. 

City. 1910. 

Asheville 18,762 

Charlotte 34.014 

Concord 8,715 

Durham 18,241 

Elizabeth City 8,412 

• teville 7,045 

■nia 5,759 

Goldsboro 6.107 

Creensboho 15.895 

T1 oint 0.525 

ton 6.005 

Vew Pern 0.061 

Raleigh 19.218 

Ilockv Mount R.051 

Salem 5,533 

Salisbury 7.153 

Wasbinetoti 6.211 



(Estimated.) 

1675 4,000 

1 72! > ....... 35.' 'I i< I 

1752 .....'. 100 000 

1765 ." 200,000 

1771 250,000 

1786 350,000 

1700 393,751 

1800 478.10:: 

IS30 737.987 

1860 992,622 

1890 1,617.047 

1900 1,898.810 

1910 2,200,287 



POPULATION GROWTH IN UNITED 
STATES. 



1900 

14.604 

is.no i 
7.010 
6.670 
6.: US 
4,670 
4.610 
5,877 

10.0.15 
4.163 
4,106 
0.000 

13.643 
2,937 
3.642 
6.277 
4.S42 



1880 5,308,483 

1S50 23,191.876 

1880 50,155.783 

1900 76,303,3S7 

1910 92,174,515 



HOLIDAYS IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



.Tan. 1 — New Year's Day. 

.Tan. 19 — Lee's Birthday. 

Feb. 22— Washington's Birthday. 

Apl. 12 — Halifax Resolutions. 

May 10 — Confederate Memorial Day 

May 20 — Mecklenburg Declaration. 

July 4 — Independence Day. 

Sept. 2 — Labor Day. 

Nov. 5 — Election Day. 

Nov. 28 — Thanksgiving Day. 

Dec. 25 — Christmas Day. 

:ne people observe Jan. 6th as 
Old Christmas.') 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE BRANCH. 25 

WAKE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK 



PAYS A% Interest 

== ■ On Your Deoosits 



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



Compounded Quarterly 



RALEIGH, N. C. 



UNITED STATES GOV'T— LEGISLATIVE BRANCH 



SENATE. 
President — James S. Sherman (R.), 
of New York. 

SENATORS. 

j\ 1 n jk'l 111 T. 

John H. Bankkead (D.), Fayette. 

Joseph F. Johnson (D.), Birming- 
ham. 
Arizona — 

Two Democratic Senators to be 
seated. 
Arkansas — 

T efferson Davis (D.), Little Rock. 

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

(leorge C. Perkins (R.), Oakland. 

John D. Works, Los Angeles. 
Colorado- 
Simon Guggenheim (R.), Denver. 
Connecticut- 
Frank B. Brandegee (R.), New Lon- 
don. 

Geo. P. McLean (R.l. Simsbnry. 
Delaware — 

H. A. Richardson (R.). Dover. 

H. A. Dupont (R.), Winterville. 
Florida — 

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

N. P. Bryant (R.), Jacksonville. 
Georgia — 

Augustus O. Bacon (D.), Macon. 

Hoke Smith (D.), Atlanta. 
Idaho — 

William E. Borah (R.l, Boise. 

Weldon B. Heyburn (R.i. Wallace. 
Illinois — 

Shelby M. Cullom (R.), Springfield. 

William Lorimer (R.), Chicago. 
Indiana — 

Benjamin F. Shively (D.), South 
Bend. 

John W. Kern (P.), Indianapolis. 



Iowa — 

W. S. Kon.von (R.), Fort Dodge. 

Albert B. Cummins i R.), Dea Moines 
Kansas — 

Charles Curtis (R.l, Topeka. 

Joseph L. Bristow (R.), Salina. 
Kentucky- 
Thomas H. Paynter (D.), Frankfort 

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

Murphy J. Foster (D.), Franklin. 

John B. Thornton (D.), Alexandria 
Maine — 

Chas. F. Johnson (D.), Waterville. 

Obadiah Gardner (D.), Rockland. 
Maryland — 

John W. Smith (D.), Snow Hill. 

Isidor Rayner (D.), Baltimore. 
Massachusetts — 

Henry Cabot Lodge (R.), Nahant. 

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

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

Chas. E. Townsend (R.) 
Minnesota — 

Knute Nelson (R.), Alexandria. 

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

Leroy Percy (D.), Gn 

John Sharp Williams (D.), razoo 
City. 
Missouri — 

William J. Stone (D.), Jeffi 
City. 

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

Joseph M. Dixon < ;: . Missoula. 

Henry L. Myers (D.), Hamilton. 
Nebraska — 

Norris Brown I R.), Kearney, 

G. M. Hitchcock (P.), Omaha, 



26 DNITED STATES GOVERNMENT LEGISLATIVE BRANCH. 

The Great North Carolina State Fair 

Will be held al Raleigh, N. C, October l">, 16 17 and 18th, 1912. The ex- 
hibits and attendance :u<' growing by leaps and bounds. 1911 greatly EX- 
CELLED all previous lairs. 1912 will make a still GREATER HIGH WA- 
1 IK MARK. 

V new CONCRETE FIRE PROOF CONCRETE Agricultural Exhibition 
Mall 60x150 feet built In hill!, and the handsomest new POULTRY BUIED- 
ING in the South built in 1911, both paid for in full from profits of the 
Fair. 

Other and greater improvements in 1912. 

100,000 Visitors and 10,000 EXHIBITORS expected in 1912. 

E. F. McRAE, Prest. JOS. E. POGUE, Sec'y. 



(D.). New Bern. 
(D.), Salisbury. 



(R.), Wahpe- 



\- ada — 

Francis G. Newlands (D.), Reno. 

s. Nixon i K.i. Winnemucca. 
New Hampshire — 

Hi r\ i;. Burnbam (R.), Manchester. 

.lacol) II. Gallinger (R.), Concord. 
New Jersey — 

Frank 0. Briggs (R.), Trenton. 

Jas. E. .Martin i!>j. Plainfi 
New Mexico — 

Two Republican Senators soon to be 

admil ted. 

New York- 
El ihu Root (R.), New York. 
J. A. O'Gorman (D.), New York. 

North Carolina — 

!•'. M. Simmons 

s. Overman 

North Dakota- 
Porter J. McCumber 

ton. 
A. J. Gronna (R.), 

Ohio- 
Theodore E. Burton (R.). Cleveland. 
Alene Bomeroy (D.), Canton. 

Oklahoma — 

Robert L. Owen (D.). Muskogee. 
Thomas P. Gore (D.), Lawtan. 

Oregon — 
Jonathan Bourne, Jr. 
i. E. Chamberlain 

Pennsylvania — 

Boies Penrose (R.), 
Geo. T. Oliver i R.), 

Rhode Island — 

rge P. Wetmore <R.). Newport. 

Henry F. Lippett ilt.'i. Providence. 
South Carolina — 

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

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

Robert J. Gamble (R.), Yankton. 

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

Robert L. Taylor (D.), Nashville. 

Luke Lee iD.i. Nashville. 

Texas — 

Joseph W. Bailey (D.), Gainesville. 
C. A. Culberson, Dallas. 



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

Philadelphia. 
Pittsburg. 



Utah— 

Reid Smoot (R.), 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. 
Washington — 

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

M. Poindexter (li.), Spokane. 
West Virginia — 

W. E. Chilton (D.). Charleston. 

Clarence W. Watson (D.), Fair- 
mont. 
Wisconsin — 

Isaac Stephenson (R.), Marinette. 

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

Francis E. Warren (R.), Cheyenne. 

Charles D. Clark (R.). 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Alabama — 

George W. Taylor (D.), Demopolis. 

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

Henry D. Clayton (D.), Eufaula. 

F. 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.l, Helena. 

William A. Oldfield (D.), Batesville. 

John C. Floyd (D.), Yellville. 

Ben Cravens (D.), Fort Smith. 

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

.Toe T. Robinson (D.), Lonoke. 

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

John E. Raker (D.), Alturas. 

William Kent (R.), Kentfleld. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE BRANCH. 



27 



Commercial National Bank 



OF CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Capital and Surplus 



$860,000. 



UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. 



DEPOSITS received subject to check. 

CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT 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. 



A. G. BRENIZER, Pres. 



A. T. SUMMEY, Cashier 



Joseph R. Knowland (R.), Alameda. 
Julius Kahu (R.). San Francisco. 
Everis A. Hayes (R.), San Jose. 
James C. Needbam (R.), Modesta. 
William D. Stephens (R.), Los 
Angeles. 

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



Rucker (D.), 
Pueblo. 



Fort 



Sylvester C 
Colorado — At 

Edward T. 
Springs. 

Atterson W 
Logan. 

John A. Martin (D.) 
Connecticut — At Large. 

Jobn Q. Tilson (R.), New Haven. 

E. Stevens Henry (R.), Rockville. 

Thomas L. Reilly (D.). Merklen. 

Edwin W. Higgins (R.), Norwich. 

Ebenezer J. Hill (R.). Norwalk. 
Delaware — At Large. 

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

Stephen M. Sparkman (D.), Tampa. 

Frank Clark (D.). Gainesville. 

Dannitte H. Mays (D.), Montieello. 
Georgia — 

Charles G. Edwards (D.V, Savannah. 

S. A. Roddenbery (D.), Thomasville. 

Dudley M. Hughes (D.l, Danville. 

William C. Adamson (D.), Carroll- 
ton. 

William S. Howard 

Charles L. Bartlett 

Gordon Lee (D.), 

Samuel J. Tribble 

Thomas M. Bell (D.), Gainesville. 

Thomas W. Hardwick (D.), Sandors- 
ville. 

William G. Brantley (D.), Bruns- 
wick. 



(D.), Decatur. 
(D.), Macon. 
Cliickamauga. 
(D.), Athens. 



Idaho — 

Burton 
Illinois — 

Martin 
James 



L. French (R.). Moscow. 

B. Madden (R.). Chicago. 
R. Mann (R.). Chicago. 



William W. Wilson (R.), Chicago. 

James T. McDermott (D.), Chicago, 

Adolph J. Sabath (D.), Chicago. 

Edmund T. Stack (D.), Chicago. 

Frank Buchanan (D.), Chicago. 

Thomas Gallagher (D.), Chicago. 

Lynden Evans (D.), Chicago. 

George Edmund Foss (R.), Chicago. 

Ira C. Copley (R.l, Aurora. 

Chas. E. Fuller (R.). Belvidere. 

John C. McKenzie (R.), Elizabeth. 

Jamea McKinney (R.), Aledo. 

George W. Prince (R.), Galesburg. 

Claude U. Stone (D.), Peoria. 

John A. Sterling (R.), Bloomington 

Joseph G. Cannon (R.), Danville. 

William B. McKinley (R.), Cham 
paign. 

Henry T. Rainey (D.), Carrollton. 

James M. Graham (D.), Si)ringfleld 

Wm. A. Rodenberg (R.), East St 
Louis. 

Martin D. Foster (D.), Olney. 

H. Robert Fowler (D.), Elizabeth- 
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. 

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

Finley P. Gray (D.), Connersvillo. 

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

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

Martin A. Morrison (D.), Frankfort. 

Edgar D. Crumpacker (R.), Valpa- 
raiso. 

Geonre W. Rauch (D.). Marion. 

Cyrus Cline (D.), Angola. 

Henry A. Barnhart (D.), Rochester. 
Iowa — 

Charles A. Kennedy (R.), M-ontrose. 
I. S. I'eppcr (P.). Muscatine. 



8 UNITED STATES < !OV ERNME NT— LEI JISLATIVE BRANCH. 



Frank K. Thomson 
ARCHITECT & ENGINEER 

Masonic Temple. Raleigh, North Carolina. 

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



Charles E. Picketl I R.), Waterloo. 

>erl N. Haugen (R.), Northwood. 
James W. Good (R.). Cedar Rapids. 
N. K. Kendal I B.), Albla. 
S. l'. Prouty (R.), Des Moines. 
II. M. Towner (R.), Corning. 
Walter I. Smith (R.), Council Bluffs. 
Frank P. Woods (R.), Estherville. 
Elberl H. Hubbard (R.), Sioux City. 
Kansas — 
D. R. Anthony, Jr. (R.), Leaven- 
worth. 
Jos. A. Taggert (D.). 
Phillip P. Campbell (R.), Pittsburg. 
Frederick S. Jackson (R.), Eureka. 
R. R. Reese (R.), Minneapolis. 
I. D. Young (R.), Beloit. 

1 Neeley (D.). 

Victor Murdock (R.), Wichita. 

Kentucky — 

Ollie M. James (D.), Marion. 

Augustus O. Stanley (D.), Hender- 
son. 

R. Y. Thomas, Jr. (D.). Central City. 

Ben Johnson (D.). Bardstown. 

Swagar Sherley (D.), Louisville. 

Arthur B. Rouse (D.), Burlington. 

James C. Cantrill (D.), Georgetown. 

Harvey Helm (D.), Stanford. 

W. J. Fields (D.), Olive Hill. 

John W. Langley (R.), Prestonburg. 

Caleb Powers (R.), Barbourville. 
Louisiana — 

Albert Estopinal (D.), St. Bernard. 

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

Robert P. Broussard (D.), New 
Iberia. 

John T. Watkins (DA, Minden. 

Joseph E. Ransdell (D.), Lake Prov- 

. 
n C. Wickliffe (D.), St. Frances- 
ville. 

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

Asher C. Hinds (R.), Portland. 

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

Samuel W. Gould (D.), Skowhegan. 

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

Janus IT. I on (D.), Easton. 

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



George Kouig (D.), Baltimore. 

J. Charles Linthicum (D.), Balti- 
more. 

Thomas Parran (R.), St. Leonard. 

David J. Lewis (D.), Cumberland. 
3Iassaehusetts — 

George P. Lawrence (R.), North 
Adams. 

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

John A. Thayer (D.), Worcester. 

W T illiam 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 (D.), Boston. 

Andrew J. Peters (D.), Boston. 

John W. Weeks (R.), Newton. 

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

Robert O. Harris (R.), 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 (D.). Grand Rapids. 

Samuel W. Smith (R.), Pontiac. 

Henry McMorran (RA, Port Huron. 

Joseph W. Fordney (R.), Saginaw. 

J. C. McLaughlin (R.). Muskegon. 

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

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

H. Olin Young (R.), Ishpeming. 
Minnesota — 

Iney Anderson (RA. Lanesboro. 

W. S. Hammond (DA, St. James. 

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

Frederick C. Stevens (R.), St. Paul. 

Frank M. Nye CR.), Minneapolis. 

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

Andrew J. Volstead CR.), Granite 
Falls. 

Clarence B. Miller fR.). Duluth. 

Halvor Steenerson (R.), Crookston. 
Mississippi — 

E. S. Candler. Jr. 'DA. Corinth. 

TT. I>. Stephens (DA. New Albany. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE BRANCH. 



29 



Tidewater Virginia's 
Famous Hotel 

THE MONTICELLO 

Norfolk 
The Home for Carolinians 



(P.), Clinton. 
(D.), Spring- 



Jefferson 



Benj. G. Humphreys (D.), Greenville. 
Thos. Upton Sisson (P.), Winona. 
S. A. Witherspoon (D.), Meridian. 

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

ville. 

James Wm. Collier (D.), Vicksburg. 
Missouri — 

Tames T. Lloyd (P.), Shelby ville. 

William W. Rucker (D.), Keytesville* 

Joshua W. Alexander (P.), Gallatin. 

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

William P. Borland (D.), Kansas 
City. 

Clement C. Dickinson 

Courtney W. Hamlin 
field. 

D. W. Shackleford (D.), 
City. 

Champ Clark (D.), Bowling Green. 

Richard Bartholdt (R.), St. Louis. 

Theron P. Catlin (R.), St. Louis. 

L. C. Dver (R.), St. Louis. 

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

Joseph J. Russell (D.). Charleston. 

J. A. Daugherty (P.). 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 (D.). Omaha. - 
Daniel V. Stephens (D.), Tekamah. 
Charles H. Sloan (R.), Geneva. 
George W. Norris (R-), McCook. 
Moses P. Kinkaid (R.), O'Neill. 

Nevada — At Large. 

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

Cyrus A. Sulloway (R.t, Manchester. 

Frank D. Currier (R.), Canaan. 
New Jersey — 

H. C. Loudenslager (R.I. Paulsboro. 



John J. Gardner (R.), Atlantic City. 

Thomas J. Scully (D.), Perth Am- 
boy. 

Ira W. Wood (R.), Trenton. 

William E Tuttle, Jr. (D.), West- 
field. 

William Hughes (D.), Patersou. 

E. W. Townsend (P.). 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 (P.). Brooklyn. 

William C. Redfield (D.), Brooklyn. 

William M. Calder (R.), Brooklyn. 

Daniel J. Riordan (D.), New York. 

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

William Sulzer (D.), New York. 

Charles V. Fornes (D.), New York. 

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

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

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

Thomas G. Patten (P.), New York 

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

Henry George, Jr. (P.), New York. 

Stephen B. Ayres (P.), New York. 

John E. Andrus (R.), Yonkers. 

Thomas W. Bradley (R.), Walden. 

Richard E. Connell (P.). Pough- 
keepsie. 

William H. Praper (R.), Tr 

Henry S. PeForest (R.), Self 
tady. 

George W. Fairchild (B.), Oneonta. 

Theron Akin (P.), Akin. 

George R. Malby (R.), Ogdensburg. 

Charles A. Talcott (P.). Utica. 

Luther W. Mott (R.). Oswego. 



30 ONITED STATES GOVERNMENT LEGISLATIVE BRANCH. 



J. SOUTHGATE 
& SON 

DURHAM, N. C. 



INSURANCE 
A~ specialty 



Michael E. I iriscoll i R.), Syracuse. 

John W. Dwight (R.), Dryden. 

Sereno E. Payne (R.). Auburn. 

Henry G. Danfortb (R.). 

Edwin C. Underhill (D.1, Coming. 

James S. Simmons (R.), Niagara 
Falls. 

Daniel A. Driscoll (D.), Buffalo. 

Charles B. Smith (D.), Buffalo. 

Edward B. Vreeland (R.), Sala- 
manca. 
North Carolina — 

John II Small (D.), Washington. 

Claude Kitchin (D.), Scotland Neck. 

James M. Faison (D.). Faison. 

Edward W. Povj (D.), Smithfield. 
rles M. Stedman (D.), Greens- 
boro. 

Hannibal L. Godwin (D.), Dunn. 
ibert N. Case (D.), Biscoe. 

R. L. Doughton (D.), Sparta. 

Edwin V. Webb (D.), Shelby. 

James M. Gudger (D.), Asheville. 
North Dakota At Large. 

L. II. TIanna (R.), Fargo. 

II. T. Helgeson (R.), Milton. 
Ohio- 
Nicholas Longworth (R.). Cincin- 
nati. 

Alfred G. Allen (D.). Cincinnati. 

James M. Cos (D.), Dayton. 

J. II. Goeke (D.), Wapakoneta. 

Timothv T. Ansberry (D.), Defiance. 

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

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

Frank B. Willis (R.). Ada. 

Isaac R Sherwood (D.). Toledo. 

Robert M. Switzer (R.). Gallipolis. 

H. C. Claypool (D.), Chillicothe. 

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

Carl C. Anderson (D.), Fostoria. 

William G. Sharp (D.), Elyria. 
rge White (D.1, Marietta. 

W. B. Francis (D.), Martins Ferry. 

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

J. J. Whitaker IT).), Canton. 

E. R. Bathrick fD.), Akron. 

!■ nl Howland (R.), Cleveland. 

R. J. Bulkley (D.), Cleveland. 
Oklahoma — 

Bird S McGuire (R.), Pawnee. 

Dick T. Morgan (R.), Woodward. 

James L. Davenport (D.), Vinita. 

Charles D. Carter (D.), Ardmore. 

Scott Ferris (P.). Lawton. 



Oregon — 

Willis C. Hawley (R.), Salem. 

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

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

Wm. S. Reyburn (R.), Philadelphia. 

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

Reuben O. Moon (R.), Philadelphia. 

Michael Donohue (D.), Philadelphia, 
n-ge D. McCreary (R.), Philadel- 
phia. 

Butler (R.), West Chts- 



Diefenderfer (D.), Ash- 



Thomas S. 
ter. 

Robert E. 
bourne. 

William W. Griest (R.), Lancaster. 

John R. Farr (R.), Scranton. 

Charles C. Bowman (R.), Pittston. 

Robert E. Lee (D.), Pottsville. 

John H. Rothermel (D.), Reading 

George W. Kipp (D.), Towanda. 

William B. Wilson (D.1, Blossburg. 

John G. McHenry (D.), Benton. 

Benjamin K. Focht (R.), Lewisburg. 

Marlin E. Olmsted (R.), Harrisburg. 

Jesse L. Hartman (R.), Holidays- 
burg. 

Daniel F. Lafean (R.I. York. 

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

Curtis n. Greeg (D.1, Greensburg. 

Thomas S. Crago (R.I. Waynesburg. 

Charles Matthews (R.), New Castle. 

Arthur L. Bates (R.), Meadville. 

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

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

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

Stephen G. Porter (R.I. Pittsburgh. 

John Dalzell (R.I. Pittsburgh. 

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

Andrew J. P.archfeld 
burgh. 
Rhode Island — 

Ceo. F. O'Shaughnessy (D.1. l'rovi 
dence. 

George H. Utter (R.) 
South Carolina — 

George S. Legare (D.). Charleston. 

.Tames T. Byrnes (D.1. Aiken. 

Wyatt Aiken (D.). Abbeville. 

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

David E. Finley (D.), Yorkville. 

J. Fdwin Ellerhe (D.1. Marion. 



(R.I. Pitcs- 



Westeily. 



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31 



North State Life Insurance Co. 

HOME OFFICE. KIXSTOX, X. C. 

Capital Paid in Cash - - $100,000.00 

X. J. BOUSE President . 

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

DR. J, M. PAREOTT * Medical Director. 

A. E. ROUXTBEE Secretary. 

S. R. DIM Cashier and Assistant Secretary. 

ROCSE & LAND General Counsel 



Asbury F. Lever (D.), Lexington. 
South Dakota — At Large. 
Charles H. Burke (R.), Pierre. 
Eben W. Martin (R.), Deadwood. 
Tennessee— 

Sam R. Sells (R.), Johnson City. 
Richard W. Austin (R.), Knbxville. 
John A. Moon (D.), Chattanooga. 
Coidell Hull (D.), Carthage. 
William C. Houston (D.), Wood- 
bury. 

W. Bvrns (D.I, Nashville. 
P. Padgett (D.), Columbia. 
W. Sims (D.), Linden. 
Garrett (D.), Dresden. 
W. Gordon (D.), Memphis 



Joseph 
Lemuel 
Thetus 
Finis J 
George 
Texas — 
Morris 
Martin 
James 
Choice 



Sheppard (D.), Texarkana. 
Dies (D.), Beaumont. 
L. Young (D.). Kaufman. 
B. Randell (D.), Sherman. 

Jack Beall (D.), Waxahachle. 

Rufus Hardy (D.), Corsicana. 

Alexander W. Gregg (D.), Palestine. 

John M. Moore (D.), Richmond. 

George F. Burgess (D.l, Gonzales. 

Albert S. Burleson (D.). Austin. 

Robert L. Henry (D.), Waco. 

Oscar Calloway (D.), Fort Worth 

John H. Stephens (D.), Veruon. 

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

John N. Garner (D.), Uvalde. 

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

Joseph Howell (R.), Logan. 
Vermont — 

David J. Foster (R.), Burlington 

Frank Plumley (R.), Northfleld 
Virginia — 

William A. Jones (D.), Warsaw. 

Edward E. Holland (D.), Suffolk. 

John Lamb (D.), Richmond. 

R. Turnbull (D.), Lawrenoevilk:. 

E. W. Saunders (D.), Rocky Mount 

Carter Glass (D.), Lynchburg.. 

James Hay (D.), Madison. 

Charles C. Carlin (D.). Alexandria. 



Slemp (R.), 
(D.). W 



(R.j 

(R.;, 

<R.), 



itoue 



Big 
. App< mat- 



Seattle. 
Tacoma. 
Pullman. 



C. Bascom 
Gap. 

Henry D. Flood 
tox. 
Washington — 

Wm. E. Humphrey 

Santon Warburton 

William LaFollette 
West Virginia — 

John W. Davis (D.), Clarksburg. 

William G. Brown (D.), Kingwood. 

Adam C. Littlepage (D.), Charleston. 

John M. Hamilton (D.), Grantsville. 

James A. Hughes (R.), Huntington. 
Wisconsin — 

Henry A. Cooper (R.t, Racine. 

John M. Nelson (R.>. Madison. 

Arthur W. Kopp (R.). Platteville. 

William J. Cary (R.), Milwaukee. 

Victor L. Berger (S.), Milwaukee. 

M. E. Burke (D.), Beaver Dam. 

John J. Esch (R.), La Crosse. 

James H. Davidson (R.), Oshkosh. 

T. F. Konop (D.), Kewaunee. 

E. A. Morse (R.). Antigo. 

Irvine L. Lenroot (R.). Superior. 
Wyoming — 

Frank W. Mondell (R.t. Newcastle. 
DELEGATES FROM, THE TERRI- 
TORIES. 

A If) ql^'i i i 

James Wickersham (R.), Fairbanks. 
Arizona — 

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

William H. Andrews (R.), Albu- 
querque. 

HIGHEST ALTITUDES. 

The highest altitudes in America 
are: Mt. Whitney, California. 14,501 
feet; Mt Rainer, Wash., 14,470 feet; 

VI ler Peaks, Nevada. 13,058; N. 

Truches Peak. New Mexico, L3.306 
feet; Kings Peak. Utah. 13,498 teet; 
Ml Gannett, Wyoming, 13.785; Ilyml- 
man Park. Idaho. 12,078; Granite 
Peak. Montana, 12.850; Mt. Mitchell, 
North Carolina, 6,711; Mt. Washing 
ton. New Hampshire. (>.•_'!>:'.. 



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SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



North Carolina Headquarters at Richmond 



Murphy's Hotel 

Eighth & Broad Streets 



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. Loudon, Pittsboro. 

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

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

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

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

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

Chaplain General — Lieutenant Colo- 
nel A. D. Betts. Raleigh. 

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

Chief of Ordnajiee — Lieuteuant Colo- 
nel J. M. Wall, Wadesboro. 

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

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

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

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

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

Bugler — Captain J. H. Parker. 
Smithfield. 



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 

1184 Win. Gambel Gastouia 

1462 Scales-Boyd Reidsville 

1535 Organ Church Salisbury 

1552 Morganton Mor^anton 

10S2 High Point High Point 

1744 Stokes County Danbury 

SECOND BRIGADE. 

Brigadier General Commanding — 

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

382 Mecklenburg Charlotte 

387 Leouidas J. Merritt ..Pittsboro. 

4S6 Ruffin Burlington 

515 L. O'B. Branch Raleigh 

781 Walkup Monroe 

818 Robt. F. Webb Durham 

830 Richmond County ..Rockingham 

833 Walter R. Moore SinithfleM 

846 Anson Wadesboro 

9S4 Henry L. Wyatt Henderson 

1084 Jno. White Warrenton 

1206 Jones Roxboro 

1277 Morris T. Smith Oxford 

127S Oscar R. Rand ..Holly Springs 

1369 Stanley Albemarle 

1398 Jno. Manning Durham 

1412 Nash County Rocky Mount 

1527 Jos. J. Davis Louisburg 

1576 Scotland Laurinburg 

1595 Mt. Zion Mecklenburg 

1646 Randolph Asheboro 



SOCIETIES AND 

lfi62 Daniel McDougald .. .Lillington 

1669 Ransom Jonesboro 

1716 Ashe Chapel Hill 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

Brigadier General Commanding — 

General Jas. I. Metts, Wilmington. 
No. Camp. Town. 

137 Sampson Clinton 

254 Cape Fear W ilmington 

417 Ryan Red Springs 

424 Bryan Grimes Washington 

794 Thos. Ruffin Goldsboro 

845 Jno. C. Lambe Williamston 

1053 Cary Whitaker Enfield 

1057 Jas. W. Cook Beaufort 

11 62 New Bern New Bern 

1248 Henry L. Wyatt Bayboro 

1204 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 Whiteville 

1590 W. P. Martin Elizabeth City 

1592 Gen. W. P. Roberts Belkaven 

1635 Matt Ransom Elm City 

1707 Willis H. Pope Lumberton 

1715 Bladen Clarkton 



ORGANIZATIONS. 



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FOURTH BRIGADE. 
Brigadier General Commanding — 

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

301 Andrew Coleman. . . Bryson City 

681 Zebulon Vance Asheville 

848 Pink Welsh Waynesville 

947 Chas. S. Roberson Franklin 

953 Transylvania Co Brevard 

954 Jas. R. Love Webster 

1021 Watt Brvson . . . .Hendersonville 

1045 Cleveland Shelby 

1154 Gen. Pender Burnsville 

llt>« uavis ljee Dickinson 

Rutherf ordton 

1621 David Coleman Painter 

UNITED SONS CONFEDERATE 

VETERANS. 

Commander — Edwin R. McKethan, 
Fayetteville. 

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

Department Chaplain — Rev. Wats-on 
Fnirley, Fayetteville, N. C. 

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

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

Camp No. 15 — Johnston Pettigrew, 
Asheville. 

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

Camp No. 23 — Stonewall Jackson, 
Charlotte. 

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



Camp No. 142— Singletary Pettigrew, 
Washington. 

Camp No. 166— Harry Burgwyn, 
Raleigh. 

Camp No. 168— Hector McKethan, 
Fayetteville. 

Camp No. 171 — Joe Cash. Oxford. 

Camp No. ISO — Sho-ga-see-le-tah, 
C lie i*o k £6 

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

Camp No. 229 — Cabarrus County, 
Concord. 



SPANISH-AJVIERICAN AVAR VET- 
ERANS. 

Commander — E. R. MacKethan, 
Fayetteville Camp. 
Adjutant — H. H. MacGeachy. 

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. H. L. 
Riggins," Winston-Salem. 

Second Vice President — Mrs. J. G. 
Broadnax, Greensboro. 

Third Vice President — Mrs. Leo D. 
Heartt, Raleigh, N. C. 

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

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. W. 
H. Williams, Newton. 

Treasurer — Mrs. Robert Kornegay, 
Goldsboro. 

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

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

Historian — Miss Rebecca Cameron, 
Hillsboro. 

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

Chaplain — Miss Hettie .Tamos. Wil- 
mington. 



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, i>. C. 

Third Vice President — Airs. W 
Liddell, Charlotte. 

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

Assistant Secretary— Miss Carrie T 
M'lore. 



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SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



Miss Mary Kingsbury, 



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

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

Registrar— Mrs. William Latimer, 
Wilmington. 

Historian —Mrs. Robert Strange, 
Wilmington. 

Genealogist 
Wilmington. 

Life Time Officers. 

Founder and Honorary I'resident — 
Mrs. George Wilson Kidder, Wilming- 
ton. 

Honorary President — Mrs. Gaston 
Meares, Wilmington. 

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



GRAND AR3IY OP THE REPUBLIC 
DEPARTMENT OFFICERS. 

Department Commander — Chas. H. 
Haber, National Soldiers Home, Va. 

Senior Vice Commander — Robert 
Dorsey, Newport News, Va. 

Junior Vice Commander — Francis 
McCabe, National Soldiers Home, Va. 

Medical Director — Daniel Kreader, 
National Soldiers Home, Va. 

Departmental Chaplain — Rev. Rich- 
ard Smith. Phoebus, Va. 

Asst. Adjutant and Quartermaster 
—Gen. F. M. Work. National Soldiers 
Home, Va. 

Department Inspector — James Do- 
lan. National Soldiers Home, Va. 

Judge Advocate — William Kelly. 
National Soldiers Home, Va. 

Chief Mustering Officer — John 

Weaver. National Soldiers Home, Va. 

Patriotic Instructor — Samuel White- 
sides, National Soldiers Home, Va. 

Chief of Staff— Lawrence M. Calla- 
ghan, Richmond, Va. 

N. C. PRESS ASSOCIATION. 

President — J. J. Farriss. High 
Point Enterprise. 

Vice Presidents — James H. Caine, 
Asheville Citizen ; H. C. Martin, Le- 
noir News ; J. T. Fain, Greensboro 
Telegram. 

Secretary and Treasurer — J. B. 
Sherrill, Concord Times. 

Historian — R. F. Beasley, Monroe 
Journal. 

Orator — Josephus Daniels, Raleigh 
News and Observer. 

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

Executive Committee — J. J. Farriss, 
Chairman High Point Enterprise; J. 
B. Sherrill, Secretary, Concord Trib- 
une; H. A. London, Pittsboro Rec- 
ord ; R. W. Vincent. Charlotte Ob- 
server; H. B. Varner, Lexington Dis- 
patich; R. M. Phillips. Greensboro 
News ; D. T. Edwards, Kinston Free 
Press. 



MEDICAL SOCIETY OF NORTH 
CAROLINA. 

President — Dr. A. A. Kent, Lenoir. 

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, M M. Suliba, Wil- 
son; 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, D. J. 
Hill, Lexington ; Tenth District, M. 
L. Stevens, Asheville. 



N. C. SECTION OF AMERICAN 
CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

President — G. M. McNider, Raleigh. 

Vice President — L. B. Lockhart, 
Raleigh. 

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

Reporters— R. M. Hall, Chapel Hill; 
Dr. L. F. Williams, West Raleigh. 

Representative in Council of the 
American Chemical Society — Dr. J. E. 
Mills, Columbia, S. C. 



ROYAL ARCANUM. 

Grand Regent— Frank W. Hancock, 
Oxford. 

Grand Secretary — Dr. J. Howell 
Way. Waynesville. 

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

State Medical Examiner — Dr. J. 
Howell Way, Waynesville. 

Annual Session to be held in Char- 
lotte April 24, 1912. 



PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION. 

President— E. T. Whitehead, Scot- 
land Neck. 

First Vice President— J. G. M. Cor- 
don, Clayton. 

Second Vice President — C. C. Ford- 
ham, < Jreensboro. 

Third Vice President— C P. Harper, 
Selma. 

Treasurer — G. E. Burwell, Charlotte. 

Secretary — P. W. Vaughan, Durham. 

Executive Committee — C. D. Sed- 
berry, Fayetteville ; R. H. Roth, 
Asheville: J. F. Cole, China Grove; 
C. P. Guyer. Morsranton ; P. W. 
Vnughan, ex-officio, Durham. 

Local Secretary — F. W. Hancock, 
Oxford. 



j N. C. BOARD OF PHARMACY. 
President — E. V. Zoeller, Tarboro. 
Secretary and Treasurer — F. W. 

I Hancock, Oxford. 

Ira W. Rose. Rocky Mount. 



SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



3a 



Atlantic Fire Insurance Company 

HOME OFFICE: RALEIGH, N. C. 

A North Carolina Company owned and con- 
trolled by North Carolinians. Economical man- 
agement and the strongest backing obtainable. 

(HAS. E. JOHNSON, President. JOS. G. BROWN, Vice-President. 

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

G. H. DORTCIi, Secretary. 



W. W. Home, Fayetteville. 
James P. Stowe, Charlotte. 
Attorney— B. S. Royster, Oxford. 



NORTH 



DENTAL 



CAROLINA 
SOCIETY. 

-Dr. P. E. Horten, 



Win- 
R. M. 

Dr. D. K. 
Wil- 

Bur- 



President 
ston- Salem. 

First Vice President — Dr 
Squires, Wake Forest. 

Second Vice President 
Lockhart, Asheboro. 

Secretary— Dr. J. W. Stanly, 
mington. 

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

Essayist— Dr. E. B. Howie. Raleigh. 

Supervisor of Clinics — Dr. R. O. 
Apple. Winston-Salem. 

Executive Committee — Dr. D. L. 
.Tamos, Chairman, Greenville ; Dr. C. 
F. Smithson. Rocky Mount ; Dr. C. 
W. Regan, Laurinburg. 

Publishing: Committee — Dr. .7. Mar 
tin Fleming, Raleigh. 

Prosecuting Committee — Dr. J. 
Martin Fleming, Raleigh. 

Ethics Committee — Dr. G. W. Whit- 
sett, Chairman, Greensboro; Dr. R. 
T. Gallagher. Washington; Dr. C. B. 
Hall, Goldsbboro. 

Committee on Legislation — Dr. D. 
E. Everitt, Chairman, Raleigh ; Dr. F. 
L. Hunt. Asheville; Dr. V. E. Turner, 
Raleigh. 

Oral Hygiene — Dr. J. C. Watkins, 
Chairman. Winston-Salem; Dr. C. A. 
Whitehead. Tarboro ; Dr. R. W. 
Reeee, Mount Airy ; Dr. J. H. Wheel- 
er. Greensboro; Dr. V. E. Turner, 
Raleigh ; Dr. J. Martin Fleming. Ra- 
leigh; Dr. R. G. Sherrill, Raleigh. 

Auditing Committee — Dr. -I. C. 
Watkins. Chairman. Winston-Salem : 
Dr. N. T. Holland, Smithfleld ; Dr. 
E. J. Griffin, Edenton. 



N. C. STATE BAR ASSOCIATION. 

President — Francis D. Winston, 
Windsor. 

Vice Presidents — First District, 
Charles Whedbee, Hertford ; Second 
District, D. C. Barnes. Mtufreesboro ; 
Third District, E. M. Green, New 
Bern; Fourth District. T. M. Pitt- 
man. Henderson; Fifth District. 
Henry A. Grady, Clinton ; Sixth Dis- 
trict, Walter Clark, Jr., Raleigh; 

[ Seventh District, R. W. Herring, 
Fayetteville; Eighth District. R. L. 
Burns, Carthage; Ninth District, 
Frank Nash. HillsTjoro ; Tenth Dis 

i trict. R. L. Smith, Albemarle; Elev- 

i enth District. W. M. Hendrcn. Win- 
ston; Twelfth District. E. R. Pres- 
ton, Charlotte; Thirteenth District, 
Walter C. Femister. Newton; Four- 
teenth District, S. V. Pickens, Hen- 
dersonville; Fiftenth District, 
Marshburn. Marshall: 
trict, Felix E. Alley, 
Secretary-Treasurer 

i Davis, Wilmington. 

Executive Committee Harry Skm- 

I ner, Greenville; W. A. Guthrie, Dur- 
ham; A. B. Andrews. Jr., Raleigh; 

I M. Scales. Greensboro ; 

! Davis, Wilmington : A. 
Lumberton; W. S. O'B. 
Charlotte; Francis D. 
Windsor. 



Sixteenth 
Webster. 
— Thomas 



Dis- 



W. 



Thomas W. 
W. McLean. 
Robinson, of 
Winston, of 



THE NORTH CAROLINA BANKERS' 
ASSOCIATION. 

President — J. C. Braswell, Rocky 
Mount. 

Vice Presidents ThoS. B. COO] er, 
Wilmington; Leake S. Covington, 

Rockingham; Geo. A. Holderness. 

Tarboro. 

Secretary and Treasurer William 
A. Hunt. Henderson. 

Executive Committee — L. W. Nor 
man. Hertford; M. -l. Groust. Little- 



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SOCIETIES AMI (ti:i;.\M/.ATIONS. 



ton; II. McKinnon, Clinton; R. Y. 
McAden, Louisburg; .1 F. Watling 
ton, Reidsville; A. B. McMillan. 
Fayetteville ; X. L. Armfield, Tboinas- 
ville; R. W. Gwyn, North Wilkes- 
boro ; A. <;. Myers. Gastonia ; T. B. 
Shipman, Brevafid. 



N. C. TKACHERS' ASSEMBLY. 

President— Prof. E. C. Brooks of 
Durham. 

Vice President— Supt. A. C. Rey- 
nolds of Buncombe. 

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

N. C. SUNDAY SCHOOL, ASSOCIA- 
TION. 

President— AY. R. Odell. Concord. 

Office Secretary — Miss Maud Reid, 
Raleigh. 

Treasurer — E. B. Crow, Raleigh. 

General Secretary — J. Van. Carter. 
Raleisrh. 

N. C. ASSOCIATION FOB THE PRE- 
VENTION OF TUBERCULOSIS. 

President — Richard H. Lewis, Ral- 
eigh. 

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



STATE LITERARY AND HISTOttl- 
CAL ASSOCIATION. 

President— R. D. W. Conner, Ra- 
leigh. 

First Vice President — Dr. W. P. 
Few. Durham. 

Second Vice President — Miss Lida 
Roil man. Washington. 

Third Vice President — A. C. Avery, 
Morgan ton. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Clarence Poe, 
Raleigh. 

Executive Committee— W. L. Poteat. 
Wake Forest: T. P. Harrison. Wesl 
Raleiffh; F. A. Woodard. Wilson: F. 
K. Graham, Chapel Hill: N. K. Boyd, 
Durham. 



THE N. C. POULTRY ASSOCIATION. 

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

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

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

Treasurer — W. Luther Cates, Bur- 
lington. 



dent and Secretary ex officio. M. 
Foley, Aberdeen ; J. A. Brown. Chad- 
bourn ; Aldert S. Root, Raleigh. 



STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

President — J. Van Lindlev, Pomona. 

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

Secretary— AY. X. Hutt, Raleigh. 

District Vice-Presidents — Geo. N. 
Ives. New Bern ; Wm. H. Cole, 
Wnynesville. 

Executive Committee — The Presi- 



N. C. FARMERS* STATE ALLIANCE. 

I'resident— J. M. Mitchell. Golds- 
boro. 

\ ice-President — J. H. Evans, Har- 
rellsville. 

Secretary-Treasurer and State Bus- 
iness Agent — H. E. Thompson, Stau- 
tonsburg. 

Lecturer — H. M. Cates, Graham, R. 
P. 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. 

Trustee B. A. Fund— W. A. Graham. 
Macpelah. 

Executive Committee — J. W. Den- 
mark, (chrin.). Raleigh; Jno. Graham, 
Warrenton ; T. J. Oldham, Mebane, 
R. F. D. No. 2; Johft A. Davis, Tar- 
boro ; H. E. Thompson. Harrels- 
ville. 



N. C. ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIA- 
TION. 

I President— Hill C. Linthicum. Dur- 
! ham. 

Vice President— Willard G. Rogers. 
| Charlotte. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Franklin Gor- 
don, Charlotte. 

Board of Directors— Hill C. Linthi- 
cnm. Durham; Willard G. Rogers. 
Charlotte; Franklin Gordon. Char- 
lotte: Willard C. Northrop. Winston- 
Salem: W. J. Wilkins, Florence. S. <"'. 



FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND 
EMBALMERS. 

President — H. G. Rowe. Weldon. 
First Vice President — .T. W. Loney. 

Monroe. 

Second Vice President — T. W. Sum- 

mersett. Salisbury- 
Third Vice President — J. K. Willis 

New Bern. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Pabius P 

Brown, Raleigh. 



STATE FIREMEN'S ASSOCIATION. 

President — James D. McNeill. Fay- 
etteville. 

First Vice-President — A. H. Boyden, 
Salisbury . 

Second Vice President— W. S. Orr, 
Charlotte. 

Treasurer— R. C. Taylor. Winston. 

Secretary — John L. Miller, Concord. 

Statistician — M. S. Davis, Louis- 
burg. 



SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



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GRAND LODGE, I. O. O. F. , 

Instituted at Wilmington, January 
6. 184:!, 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 — W. H. Overtoil, Dur- 
ham. 

Deputy Grand Master — Chas. Dew- 
ey, Goldsboro. 

Grand Warden — M. L. Shipman, 
Raleigh. 

Grand Secretary — B. H. Woodell, 
Raleigh. 

Grand Treasurer — R. J. Jones, Wil- 
mington. 

Grand Representative to Soveriegn 
Grand Lodge (1 year)— P. H. Wil- 
liams, Elizabeth City. 

Grand Lodge — Frank D. Hackett, 
North Wilkesboro. 

Grand Chaplain — Rev. Zadok Paris, 
North Wilkesboro. 

Grand Marshal — Hugh Parks, Jr., 
Franklin ville. 

Grand Conductor — Guy Weaver, 
Asheville. 

Grand Guardian — W. Scoft Frizzle, 
Washington. 

Grand Herald — John W. Mcintosh, 
Sanford. 

Annual meeting for 1912 at Raleigh, 
May 14, 15, 16. 



Grand High Priest — David Gaster, 
Fayetteville. 

Grand Senior Warden — E. B. Strad- 
ley, Asheville. 

Grand Junior Warden — E. W. Chad- 
wick, Kinston. 

Grand Scribe — R. H. Ramsay, Char- 
lotte. 

Grand Treasurer — John E. Wood, 
Wilmington. 

Grand Representatives — (i. W. Bry- 
ant (1 year), Durham; W. C. Allen 
(2 years). Waynesville. 

Grand Marshal— K. Kendall, Shel- 
by. 

Grand Inside Sentinel— E. W. Chid 
wick, Kinston. 

Grand Outside Sentinel— Dr. S. H. 
Lyle, Franklin. 



I. O. O. F. GRAND ENCAMPMENT 
NORTH CAROLINA. 

Grand Patriarch— R. C. Clingman, 
Winston-Salem. 



SOVEREIGN GRAND LODGE DI- 
RECTORY. 
Grand Sire— John B. Cockrum. In- 
dianapolis, Ind. 

Deputy Grand Sire— C. A. Keller, 
San Antonia, Texas. 

Grand Secretary— J. B. Godwin. 
Baltimore, Md. 

GRAND LODGE KNIGHTS OF 
PYTHIAS. 

Supreme Representatives — J. L. 
Scott. Graham; A. S. Barnard, Ashe- 
ville. 

Grand Chancellor— C. C. McLean, 
Greenshoro. 

Grand Viee Chancellor Wal,'. r 

Taylor, Wilmington. 



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SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



Grand Prelate— Rev. R. B. Owen, 
Rocky Mount. 

Grand Keeper of Records and Seal 
— W. T. Hollow-ell, Goldsboro. 

Grand Master of Exchequer — John 
C. Mills. Kutkerfordton. 

Grand Master at Arms— H. T. Pow- 
ell. Henderson. 

Grand Inner Guard — S. A. Robin- 
son, Gastonia. 

Grand Outer Guard— C. H. Honess, 
Asheville. 

Trustees Orphan Home — George L. 
Hackney, Chairman, Asheville; Rev. 
P. R. Law, Charlotte; G. Herbert 
Smith, Cronly; Thomas H. Webb, 
Duke; J. D. Pridgen, Durham. 

Superintendent of Orphan Home at 
Clayton— C. TV. Pender. 

GRAND LODGE OF MASONS. 

Grand Master— Richard N. Hackett, 
Wilkesboro. 

Deputy Grand Master— William B. 
McKov. 'Wilmington. 

Senior Grand Warden— F. M. Win- 
chester, Charlotte., 

Junior Grand Warden — John T. Al- 
derman, Henderson. 

Grand Treasurer — Leo. D. Heartt, 
Raleigh. 

Grand Secretary— John C. Drewry, 
Raleigh. 

Assistant Grand Secretary— W. \ \ . 
Willson, Raleigh. 

Grand Chaplain— Rev. Plato Dur- 
ham, Concord. 

Grand Lecturer— R. F. Edwards, 
Crumpler. 

Senior Grand Deacon — Frank P. 
Hobgood, Jr., Greensboro. 

Junior Grand Deacon — Alex. B. An- 
drews, Jr., Raleigh. 

Grand Marshal— Claude L. Pridgen, 
Kinston. 

Grand Sword Bearer — George F. 
Norfleet, Winston -Salem. 

Grand Pursuivant — Henry A. 
Grady, Clinton. 

Grand Stewards — James C. Bras- 
well, Whitakers; Charles N. Setzer, 
Charlotte. 

Grand Tiler — Robert H. Bradley, 
Raleigh. 

Grand Auditor — E. Wallace, Wilkes- 
boro. 

Grand Historian — Marshall De Lan- 
cey Haywood, Raleigh. 

Grand Custodian — J. E. Cameron. 
Kinston. 

Assistant Grand Lecturers — R. F. 
Edwards, Topia; J. W. Rowell, Win- 
gate; J. W. Patton, Elon College; A. 
L. Parker. Asheville; W. C. Wicker. 
Elon College. 

Committee on Foreigm Correspond- 
ence — John A. Collins, chairman, En- 
field. 



GRAND CHAPTER ROYAL. ARCH 
MASONS. 

Grand High Priest— Hugh A. Mur- 
rill, Charlotte. 

Deputy Grand High Priest — John 
E. Cameron, KinsTbn. 

Grand King — John T. Alderman, 
Henderson. 

Grand Scribe — Albert S. Guerard, 
Asheville. 

Grand Treasurer — M. S. Willard. 
Wilmington. 

Grand Secretary — James C. Munds, 
Wilmington. 

Grand Chaplain — Rev. Geo. A. Page, 
Charlotte. 

Grand Chaplain rtf the Host — Geo. 
S. Norfleet. Winston-Salem. 

Grand Principal Sojourner — Henry 
E. Reid, Lincolnton. 

Grand Royal Arch Captain — Or- 
pheus W. Spencer. Salisbury. 

Grand Master of the Third Veil — 
Joseph F. Rhem. New Bern. 

Grand Master of the Second Veil — 
Reuben H. Pickett, Wilmington. 

Grand Master of the First Veil — 
John J. Phoenix. Greensboro. 

Grand Sentinel— R. H. Bradley, Ral- 
eigh. 



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 — F. 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 T. Alderman. 
Henderson. 

Deputy Grand Master — Albert S. 
Guerard, Asheville. 

Grand Principal Conductor of the 
Work — Henry C. Butler, Raleigh. 

Grand Treasurer — M. S. Willard, 
Wilmington. 

Grand Recorder — James C. Munds, 
Wilmington. 

Grand Chaplain — Rev. Alfred H. 
Stubbs, Asheville. 

Grand Captain of the Guard — S. R. 
Dunn, Kinston. 

Grand Conductor of the Council — 
Joseph F. Rhem, New Bern. 

Grand Steward — Reuben H. Pickett. 
Wilmington. 

Grand Marshal — George S. Norfleet. 
Winston-Salem. 

Grand Sentinel— R. H. Bradley, Ral- 
eigh. 



SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



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anywhere in the South. 

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CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



GRAND COMMANDEBt KNIGHTS 
TEMPLAE. 

Grand Commander — R. E. Sir Wil- 
liam C. Brown, Winston-Salem. 

Deputy Grand Commander — V. E. 
Sir James C. Braswell, Whitakers. 

Grand Generalissimo — E. Sir Henry 
G. Smallbones, Wilmington. 

Grand Captain General — E. Sir 
Orpheus W. Spencer, Salisbury. 

Grand Senior Warden— E. Sir C. M. 
Vanstory, Greensboro. 

Grand Junior Warden— E. Sir 
Joseph F. Rhem, New Bern. 

Grand Treasurer — E. Sir E. B. Neave, 
Salisbury. 

Grand Recorder — E. Sir James C. 
Munds, Wilmington. 

Grand Standard Bearer— E. Sir 
John E. Cameron, Kinston. 

Grand Sword Bearer — E. Sir Albert 
S. Guerard, Asheville. 

Grand Warden— E. Sir Hugh A. 
Murrill. Charlotte. 



Grand Prelate — E. Sir and Rev. N. 
L. Anderson, Winston-Salem. 

Grand Captain of the Guard — E. Sir 

R. H. Bradley, Raleigh. 



GREAT COUNCIL. IMPROVED OR- 
DER OP RED MEN. 

Great Sachem — W. J. Leary, Sr., 
Edenton. 

Great Senior Sagamore — J. R. An- 
derson, Charlotte. 

Great Junior Sagamore — Roy C. 
Flanagan, Greenville. 

Great Prophet— W. L. Stanley, High 
Point. 

Great Chief of Records— W. Ben 
Goodwin, Elizabeth City. 

Great Keeper of Wampum — E. I'. H. 
Strunck, Wilmington. 

Great Sannap— R. F. Tuttle, Eden- 
ton. 

Great Mishinewa— A. C. Garrett. 
Elizabeth City. 



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SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE 

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MODERATE CHARGES 

PHYSICAL, SPIRITUAL AND MENTAL WELFARE OF 

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ENVIRONMENT OF CULT IRE AND REFINEMENT 
MODERN APPOINTMENTS 

For Catalogue, Address 

C. G. VARDELL, D.D., Pres. 



Great Guard of Wigwam — II. H. 

Buckner, Burlington. 

Great Guard of Forest — J. W. Van 
Hoy. Statesville. 

Great Representatives to Great 
Council of United States — W. Ben 
Goodwin, Elizabeth City; W. S. Lid- 
dell, Charlotte; W. L. Stanley, High 
Point; B. W. Taylor, Washington. 

Board of Appeals — Heenan Hughes, 
Graham; J. I. Leary, Washington; 
J. E. Pogue, Raleigh. 

Committee on Judiciary — W. E. 
Herndon, High Point; Dr. D. L. 
James, Greenville; E. T. STewart, 
Washington. 



State Council Treasurer — George V. 
Fulp, Kernersville. 

State Conductor — J. A. Fetzer, 
Reidsville. 

Warden— S. P. Eagle, Statesville. 

Inside Sentinel — R. L. Caviness, 
Coleridge. 

Outside Sentinel — D. T. Perkins, 
Wilson. 

State Chaplain — Rev. S. F. Nicks, 
Pelham. 



THE TRI-STATE MEDICAL ASSO- 
CIATION OF THE CAROLINAS 
AND VIRGINIA. 

(Founded in 1899.) 

President— Dr. J. Howell Way, 
Wavnesville. N. C. 

Vice Presents— Dr. Thos. E. An- 
derson. Statesville, N. C. ; Dr. W. E. 
Anderson, Farmville. Va. ; Dr. F. H. 
McLeod, Florence. S. C. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Dr. Rolfe E. 
Hughes. Laurens. S. C. 

Fourteenth annual session to be 
held in Columbia. S. C, February 21- 
22, 1912. 



JR. O. U. A. M. 

State Councilor— U. M. Gillikin, 
Goldsboro. 

State Vice Councilor — N. L. Eure, 
Greensboro. 

State Secretary— Sam F. Vance, 
Winston-Salem. 



B. P. O. ELKS. 

Reorganized March 9th, 1911. 

Eastern District Deputy — Thomas 
C. Daniels, New Bern, No. 7G4. 

Western District Deputy — T. E. 
Witherspoon, Salisbury, No. 699. 

Member Grand Lodge Committee on 
Charters — F. W. Thomas, Asheville, 
No. 608. 

Lodges— Charlotte. 392; Winston, 
1449; Wilmington. 532; Greensboro, 
j602; Durham, 568; Asheville, 608; 
Salisbury, 699; Raleigh. 735; New 
Bern. 764; Goldsboro, 139; Washing- 
ton. 822: Wilson. 840; Elizabeth City, 
S56: Concord. S57 ; Rockv Mount, 
1038: Favetteville, 1081; High Point, 
No. 1115. 

President — W. G. Branham, Dur- 
ham. 

First Vice President — L. J. Brandt, 
Greensboro. 

Second Vice President — J. F. Fer- 
rall, Raleigh. 

Secretary — L. B. Markham. Durham. 



SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



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RALEIGH, N. C. 

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Courses in Mathematics, Languages, English, History, Science, Philoso- 
phy, Bible, and Education, School of Music, with Departments of Piano, 
Pipe Organ, Violin and Voice Culture. Department of Art, including Oil 
Painting, Charcoal Drawing, Water Colors, Crayon, Applied Design, China 
Painting and Art History. Elocution in Private Lessons and Classes. Phy- 
sical Culture under trained Director. 

Literary Course, with Board, Room, Physician, Nurse, Ordinary Medi- 
cines, and Fees for Library, Gymnasium, and the Lecture-Recital Course, 
$210.50 a Year. Club Rates about $55.00 less. Address, 

R. T. VANN, Raleigh, N. C. 



ORDER OF THE CINCINNATI. 

President — Wilson G. Lamb. Wil- 
liamstou. 

Vice-President — John Collins Daves, 
Baltimore, Md. 

Secretary — Marshall DeLancey Hay- 
wood, Raleigh. 

Assistant Secretary — John Bradley 
Lord, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Treasurer — Walter DeLyle Carstar- 
phen, Plymouth. 

Assistant Treasurer — Benehan Cam- 
eron, Raleigh. 

Chaplain — Rt. Rev. Joseph Blount 
Cheshire, Raleigh. 



NORTH CAROLINA SOCIETY OF 
THE SONS OF THE REVO- 
LUTION. 

Honorary President — (Not yet 

filled). 

President — J. Bryan Grimes. Raleigh. 

Vice President — Daniel Harvey Hill, 
LL.D., West Raleigh. 

Secretary — Marshall Delancey Hay- 
wood, Raleigh. 

Registrar — William E. Stone. 

Treasurer — William Watkins Rob- 
nrds, Raleigh. 

Chaplain — Rev. Robert Brent Drane, 
Edenton. 

Board of Managers — The above of- 
ficers, ex-offlcio, and Alexander Boyd 
Andrews, Jr., Chairman. Raleigh; 
Collier Cobb, Chapel Hill; Carle A. 
Woodruff (TJ. S. A.), Raleiah ; Charles 
Earl Johnson, Raleigh ; Thomas Mas- 
lin. Winston-Salem; James O. Carr. 
Wilmington; Walter W. Watt. Char- 
lotte; Willis G. Peace (U. S. A.), 
West Raleigh. 



THE N. C. SOCIETY OF THE 

DAUGHTERS OF THE 

REVOLUTION. 

(Organized in Raleigh. Oct. ID. ISOfl.1 



(The National General Society organ- 
ized in New York Aug. 20, 1891.) 

State Regent — Miss Mary Hilliard 
Hinton, Raleigh. 

Vice Regent — Miss Duncan Camer- 
on, Elizabeth City. 

Registrar — Miss Eliza H. Drane, 
Edenton. 

Treasurer — Mrs. Mary B. Sherwood, 
Raleigh. 

Recording Secretary — Mrs. Clar- 
ence A. Johnson, Raleigh. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. Paul 
H. Lee, Raleigh. 

Custodian of Relics— Mrs. John E. 
Ray, Raleigh. 

Assistant Custodian— Miss Grace H. 
Bates, Raleigh. 

Board of Managers — Mrs. Annie 
Moore Pnrker, Chairman, Raleigh; 
Mrs. Mary Bryan Hollister, New 
Bern; Mrs. W. D. Pruden, Edenton; 
Mrs. James E. Shepherd. Raleigh; 
Mrs. I. M. Proctor, Raleigh. 

Chapters and Regents N. C. D. R. 

"Penelope Barker," Edenton— Mrs. 
Patrick Mathew. 

"Sir Walter Raleigh." Elizabeth 
Citv— Miss Katherine Albertson. 

"DeGraffenreid," New Bern— Mrs. 
Charles Hollister. 

■UMoonisonry Chapter," Raleigh 
Mrs. Hubert Haywood, Regent; Mrs. 
James E. Shepherd, Vice Regenl : 
Miss Grace Bates, Se iretary. 

"Junior Chapter, Virginia Dare 
Elizabeth ('My -Miss Kate Pauntle- 
roy Albertson, Junior Director. 

Regent, 1896-1902— Mrs. Spier Whit- 
aker. 

Regent, 1902 L903 Mrs. D. II. Hill. 

Regent, 1903 1906 Mrs. T. K. Bru- 
ner. 

Regent, 1906-1909— Mrs. E. B. Mof- 
fltt. 



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S<>< 'MOTIFS AM) ORGANIZATIONS. 



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. Win. N. Rey- 
nolds, Winston-Salem. 

Honorary State Regents — Mrs. E. D. 
Latta, Charlotte; Mrs. John Van- 
Landingharn. 

State Vice Regent — Mrs. A. L. 
Smith, Charlotte. 

Recording Secretary — Mrs. George 
Goodman, Mooresville. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. Ed- 
win Overman, Salisbury. 

Treasurer — Mrs. Cora Vail, Fayette- 
ville. 

Historian— Miss Laura Orr. Char- 
lotte. 

Chaplain— Mrs. J. L. Bridgers, Tar- 
boro. 

Honorary Chaplain — Mrs. Josephine 
Branner, Waynesville. 

Chapters and Regents. 

"Charlotte." at Charlotte. Regent- 
Miss L. E. Orr. Members, 26. 

"Council Oak." Morganton. Resent 
—Mrs. G. P. Erwin. Members, 15. 

"Dorcas Bell Lore," Waynesville. 
Regent— Mrs. M. W. Way. Members, 
24. 

"Edlard Buncombe," Asheville. Re- 
gent—Mrs. T. S. Morrison. Members. 
36. 

"Elizabeth Maxwell Steele," Salis- 
bury. Regent — Mrs. James P. Moore. 
Members, 28. 

"Fort Dobbs." Statesville. Regent 
— Mrs. L. D Henkel. Members. 14. 

"Guilford Battle," Greensboro. Re- 
gent—Mrs. J. M. Morehead. Mem- 
bers, 23. 

"Gen. Joseph Winston." Winston- 
Salem. Regent — Miss Edna Marlin. 

"Halifax Convention." Charlotte. 
Recent — Mrs. Edward Carson. Mem- 
bers. 19. 

"Liberty Hall," Charlotte. Regent- 
Mrs. C. B. Bryant. Members. 45. 

"Mary Slocumb." Mooresville. Re- 
sent—Mrs. Geo. Goodman. Members, 
13. 

"Mecklenburg" Chapter, Charlotte. 
Regent— Mrs. C. L. Keesler. Mem- 
bers. 97. 

"Miles Harvey." Tarboro. Regent — 
Mrs. Frank Powell. Members, 18. 

"Thomas Polk." Charlotte. Resent 
—Mrs. J. P. Elliott. Members, 37. 

"Whitmel Blount." Henderson. Re- 
gent—Mrs. W. O. Shannon. Members. 
30. 

"Manor Reading Blount." Washing- 
ton. Regent — Miss Lida T. Rodman. 
Members. 16. 

"Gen. Wm. Davis", Durham— Mrs. 
Lizzie Morehead Wiley. Regent. 



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 
1'hifer Erwin. 



N. C. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Officers— E. F. McRae, President, 
Maxton; Joseph E. Pogue, Secretary, 
Raleigh; S. L. Rotter, Treasurer, Ral- 
eigh. 

Vice-Presidents (Permanent) — Kemp 
P. Battle, Chapel Hill; Benehan Cam- 
eron, Raleigh ; Julian S. Carr, Dur- 
ham ; John S. Cunningham; Durham; 
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— J. A. Wil- 
kinson. Belhaven ; Second District, C. 
N. Mitchell. Aulander; Third District, 
W. L. Hill, Warsaw; Fourth District, 
D. Y. Cooper, Henderson ; Fifth Dis- 
trict. L. Banks Holt, Graham ; Sixth 
District, Jos. A. Brown, Chadbourn ; 
Seventh District, J. E. Finley, Wilkes- 
boro; Eighth District, P. B. Beard, 
Salisbury ; Ninth District, S. B. Alex- 
ander, Charlotte; Tenth District, B. 
P. Howell, Waynesville. 

Vice-President for State-at-Large — 
W. A. Graham, Wake. 

(Vice-Presidents are ex officio mem- 
bers of the Executive Committee.) 

State Fair is held during third 
week in October each year, at Ra- 
leigh. 



RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIA- 
TION OF NORTH CAROLINA. 

President— Edgar E. Broughton, 
Raleigh. 

Vice-President— E. G. Barrett, Kiu- 
ston. 

Secretary— E. L. Harris, Raleigh. 

Treasurer — M. F. Shuford, Fayette- 
ville. 

Board of Directors — Dr. Chas. Lee 
Smith, Raleigh; D. M. Jones. Eliza- 
beth City; J. N. McCausland. Char- 
lotte; Archibald Nichols, Asheville; 
F. R. Brown, Salisbury. 



N. C. ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE. 

President State Convention — Heriot 
Clarkson, Charlotte. 

Vice-Presidents — W. C. Dowd, Char- 
lotte; R. B. White, Franklinton; 
George P. Pell, Winston-Salem ; J. H. 
Tucker, Asheville; A. M. Scales, 
Greensboro; J. A. Hartness, States- 
ville : J. A. Brown, Chadbourn ; E. E. 
Hilliard. Scotland Neck; W. S. O'B. 
Robinson, Goldsboro ; W. C. Douglass. 



SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



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University of North Carolina 



COLLEGIATE 

GRADUATE 

ENGINEERING 



LAW 

MEDICINE 

PHARMACY 



85 in Faculty. 820 Students. Library 63,000 Vols. 
Equipment and Endowment Valued at 
$1,20 0,000. 



For Catalogue and Information, Address 

THE REGISTRAR, Chapel Hill, N. C. 
F. P. VENABLE, President. 



Raleigh; G. W. Watts, Durham; C. 
W. Mitchell, Aulanaer. 

Auditors — James Dempsey Bullock, 
Wilson; W. L. Banks, Wilson. 

Superintendent — R. L. Davis, Wil- 
son. 

Executive Committee — R. F. Beasley, 
Chairman, Monroe; Arch Johnson, 
Thomasville ; 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; 
Josephus Daniels, Raleigh ; J. A. 
Oates, Fayetteville; Q. K. Nimocks, 
Fayetteville; W. B. Cooper, Wilming- 
ton ; W. H. Sprunt, Wilmington ; R. 
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; W. N. Jones, Raleigh; H. A. 
Page, Aberdeen. 



N. C. LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 

President — J. P. Breedlove, Durham. 

First Vice President — Mrs. John 
Sprunt Hill, Durham. 

Second Vice President — Miss Jennie 
Coffin, Raleigh. 

Secretary— Miss Mary B. Palme>-, 
Charlotte. 

Treasurer — Miss Bertha Rosenthal, 
Raleigh. 



N. C. LIBRARY COMMISSION. 

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

Yice-Chairman — Mrs. Sol Weil, Golds- 
boro. 

Treasurer — Charles Lee Smith, Ral- 
eigh. 

State Supt. Public Instruction — J. Y. 
Joyner, Raleigh. 

State Librarian — M. O. Sherrill, Ral- 
eigh. 

General Secretary — Miss Minnie W. 
Leatherman, Raleigh. 

Commission has headquarters in 
State Library Building, Raleigh. 



N. C. CHILD LABOR COMMITTEE. 

Acting Chairman — Clarence H. Poe, 
Raleigh. 

Secretary— C. L. Coon, Wilson. 
C. B. Aycock, Raleigh; J. W. 
Bailey, Raleigh; R. F. Campbell, D. 
D., Asheville ; Bishop Joseph Blount 
Cheshire, Raleigh; J. J. Hall, D. D., 
Fayetteville; W. E. Stone, Raleigh; T. 
J. Jarvis, Greenville; A. J. McKelway, 
Charlotte; A. M. Scales, Greensboro; 
Henry A. Page, Aberdeen: Julian S. 
Carr, Jr., Durham; W. L. Poteat, 

I Wake Forest; Hubert A. Royster, 

[Raleigh; R. T. Vann, D. !>.. Raleigh. 

! J. I. Foust, Greensboro; Heriot Clark- 
son, Charlotte; Bishop Robert 

I Strange, Wilmington. | 



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SOUTH CAUOLISA NATIONAL (H'AItl). 



NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL GUARD 



N. C. NATIONAL, GUARD. 

Commander-in-Chief — Governor Wil- 
liam Walton Kitchin. 

Brigadier General — U. L. Ceinster, 
Adjutant-Genera] and Chief of Staff, 
Raleigh. 

Personal Staff of the Commander- 
in-Chief. 

Alex. J. Feild, Private Secretary 
and Colonel. Raleigh. 

Charles 10. Johnson, Aide-de-Camp 
and Colonel. Raleigh. 

Henry A. Grady, Aide-de-Camp 
and Colonel, Clinton. 

II. 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. 

John C. Mills. Aide-de-Camp and 
Colonel, Butherfordton. 
General Staff — Adjutant General's De- 
partment. 

U. L. Leinster, Adjutant General 
and Brigadier General. Raleigh. 

Alfred Williams, Assistant Adjutant 
General and Colonel, Raleigh. 

Gordon Smith, Assistant Adjutant 
General and Major, Ualeigh. 

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. 
QuarterMaster General's Department. 

Francis A. Macon, Quartermaster 
and General Brigadier General, Hen- 
derson. 

Wyandham E. Gary, Assistant 
Quartermaster General and Lieutenant 
Colonel, Henderson. 

Mark W. Williams. Assistant Quar- 
termaster General and Major, Char- 
lotte. 

J. W. Dalton, Assistant Quarter- 
master General and Major, Winston- 
Salem. 

J. L. Currin, Assistant Quartermas- 
ter General and Captain, Henderson 

H. S. Leard, Assistant Quartermas- 
ter General and Major, Ualeigh. 

J. S. Poythress, Assistant Quarter- 
master General and Major, Henderson. 
Inspector General's Department. 

Thos. Stringfield, Inspector General 
and Colonel, Waynesville. 

Henry D. Harper. Assistant Inspec- 
tor General and Lieutenant-Colonel, 
Kinston. 

H. B. Parker, Assistant Inspector 
Cenernl and Major, Goldsboro. 



J. D. Gwynu, Assistant Inspector 
General and Major, Ueidsville. 

J. P. Meadows, Assistant Inspector 
General and Major, Roxboro. 

Wm. Bad ham, Assistant Inspector 
General and Major, Edenton. 

J. C. Michie, Assistant Inspector 
General and Major, Durham. 

Commissary Department. 

Wyatt L. McGhee, Commissary Gen- 
eral and Colonel, Franklinton. 

U. H. Reinhardt, Assistant Com- 
missary General and Major, Lincoln- 
ton. 

I. W. 
General 

C. A. 
General 

Uoger 
General 



Little, Assistant Commissary 
and Major, Wilmington. 
Hunt. Assistant Commissary 
and Major, Lexington. 
Gant, Assistant Commissary 
and Major, Alamance County. 
Engineer's Department. 
Jacob L. Ludlow, Chief of Engi- 
neers and Colonel, Winston-Salem. 

U. 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. 

W. W. Peirce, Assistant Chief En- 
gineer and Major, Goldsboro. 

N. R. Morgan, Assistant chief of 
Engineers and Lieutenant, Goldsboro. 
Paymaster's Department. 
Sol. W. Cooper, Paymaster General 
and Colonel, Fayetteville. 

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

U. G. Allsbrook. Assistant Paymas- 
ter General and Major, Tarboro. 

E. G. Sherrill, Assistant Paymaster 
General and Major, Greensboro. 

M. L. Cannon. Assistant Paymaster 
General and Major, Concord. 

D. . V. Conn, Assistant Paymaster 
General, Captain, Ualeigh. 

Ordnance Department. 

Thos. R. Robertson. Chief of Ord- 
nance and Colonel. Ualeigh. 

J. Wash. Bizzell, Ordnance Officer 
and Lieutenant Colonel. Wilmington. 

•T. B. Thomas. Ordnance Officer and 
Major. Burgaw. 

A. K. Powers, 
Major. Burgaw. 

Z. P. Smith, 



Ordnance Officer and 



and 



Ordnance Officer 
Captain, Ualeigh. 
York Coleman. Ordnance Officer and 
I First Lieutenant, Uutherfordton. 

J. Leigh Skinner, Ordnance Officer 
."iid Major, Raleigh. 



NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL GUARD. 



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Normal and Collegiate Institute 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

fNDER CAKE OF NORTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. OFFERS 
TO YOUNG WOMEN FOUR THOROUGH COURSES OF STUDY UNDER 
SIXTEEN TEACHERS AND OFFICERS WHO ARE EXPERTS. SITE 
UNRIVALED FOR HEALTHFILNE SS AND BEAUTY. 

Board and Tuition $100 a Year. 

FOR CATALOGUE. ADDRESS 

EDWARD P. GHILDS, President. 



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. 
Franklin ton. 

H. I. Clark. Major. Scotland Neck. 

H. A. Newell. First Lieutenant, 
Louisburg. 

J. V. McGougan, Surgeon and Major, 
Fayetteville. 

W. C. Horton, Captain. Raleigh. 

H. B. Haywood, Jr., First Lieuten- 
ant, Raleigh. 

R. S. Stevens, First Lieutenant. Ra- 
leigh. 

Edwin F. Fenner, First Lieutenant. 
Henderson. 

W. Meyers Hunter. First Lieuten- 
ant, Charlotte. 



Reeves, 



First Lieutenant, 
First Lieutenant, 



Surgeon 



A. F. 

Asheville. 

R. A. Campbell 
Statesville. 

E. C. Boyette, Assistant 
and Captain, Charlotte. 

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

J. Lewis Hanes, Assistant Surgeon 
General and First Lieutenant, Win- 
ston-Salem. 

Claud L. Pridgen. Assistant Sur- 
geon and Major, Kinston. 

F. J. Cleninger, Assistant Surgeon 
and Major, Asheville. 

Taylor, Assistant Surgeon 
and First Lieutenant, Wash- 



General 

A. K. 
General 
ington. 

First 

B. S. 
der and 



John 
Major, 

J. B. 
Major, 

R. T. 
Major, 

J. D. 
Major. 



Brigade — Field and Staff. 
Royster, Brigade Comman- 
Brigadier General, Oxford. 
S. Glenn Brown, Assistant Adjutant 
General and Major. Greensboro. 
J. W. Dalton, Chief Quartern: 
and Major, Winston-Salem. 

Ro.aer" Gant, Chief Commissary and 
Major, Durham. 

C. Michie, Inspector and 
Durham. 

Thomas, Ordnance Officer and 
Louisburu:. 

Daniel, Chief Paymaster and 
Weldon. 
Proctor, Judge Advocate and 
Lumberton. 
J. Leisrh Skinner. Inspector Small 
Arms Practice and Major, Raleigh. 

H. I. Clark. Surgeon Major, Scot- 
land Neck. 

H. T. Osborne, Aide-de-camp First 
Lieutenant, Weldon. 

A. C. House, Aide-de-camp, 
Lieutenant, Weldon. 



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NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL GUARD. 



First Regiment. 

Colonel — J. T. Gardner, Shelby. 

Lieutenant-Colonel — J. C. Bessent. 
■Winston-Salem. 

Major§ — Robert L. Flanigan, 
Statesyille; D. D. Parks, Mount Airy ; 
L. W. Young, Asheville. 

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

Captain and Chaplain — W. R. Min- 
ter, Lincolnton. 

Captain and Quartermaster — J. D. 
Linberger, Shelby. 

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

Captain — R. R. Morrison, I. S. A. 
P., Mooresville. 

First Lieutenants and Battalion Ad- 
jutants — .Toe Hill, Concord; Lieuten- 
ants, H. A. Millis, High Point; A. W. 
Freeman. Waynesville. 

Second Lieutenants, Batallion Q. 
M.'s and Commissaries— H. A. 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 — Captain John A. Par- 
ker. Charlotte. 

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- 
sen. 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. TVilminsrton. 

Majors— C. B. Elliott, Edenton : W. 
c. Rodman, Washington ; T. S. Pace, 
Wilson. 

Captain and Adjutant — H. A. Mur- 
ray. Wilson. 

Captain and Quartermaster — J. N. 
Pearce. Wilson. 

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

Captain and Commissary — F. L. 
Black. Charlotte. 

First Lieutenants and Battalion Ad- 
jutants — R. Graham White. Edenton; 
W. L. Barlow. Tarboro; D. J. Mur- 
ray. Wilson. 

Second Lieutenants — 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 — Captaiu A. L. C. Hill, 
Kinston. 

Company C — Captain J. S. Lewis, 
Rocky Mount. 

Company D — Captain E. A. Simkins, 
Goldsboro. 

Company E — Captain A. O. Clem- 
ent, Goldsboro. 

Company F — Captain Paul Watson, 
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 J. L. Hines. 
Dunn. 

Third Regiment. 

Colonel — J. N. Craig, Reidsville. 

Lieutenant-Colonel — S. W. Minor, 
Durham. 

Majors — J. J. Bernard. Raleigh ; C. 
L. McGhee, Franklinton ; R. M. Al- 
bright. Raleigh. 

Captain and Adjutant — Dan E. Scott, 
Oraham. 

Captain and Quartermaster — Baxter 
Durham, Raleigh. 

Captain and Commissary — R. W. 
Morphis. Reidsville. 

Captain and Chaplain — Rev. Alpheus 
MeCullen. Washington. 

First Lieutenants and Battalion Ad- 
jutants — S. E. Winston. Youngsville; 
W. R. Miller, Raleigh; Henry J. Her- 
vey, Raleigh. 

Second Lieutenants. Battalion, Q. 
M.'s and Commissaries — Robt. T. 
Burton, Franklinton: S. L. Rotter, 
Raleigh ; W. C. Harris, Raleigh. 

Company A— Captain W. H. Phil- 
lips, Lexington. 

Company B— Captain W. F. Moody, 
Raleigh. 

Company C— Captain R. J. Jones, 
Henderson. 

Company D— C. H. Banks, Louis- 
burg. 

Company E— Captain T. G. Stem. 
Oxford. 

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

Company G— Captain R. G. Glad- 
stone. Reidsville. 

Company H— Captain F. P. Wig- 
gins, Warrenton, 

Company I— Captain J. C. Freeman, 
Burlington. 

Company K — Captain E. L. Auman, 
Asheboro. 



NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL GUARD. 



The North Carolina State 

Normal and Industrial 

College 

Offers to the young women of the State Ave regular courses leading to 
the Degrees of Bachelor of Pedagogy, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Si i- 
ence, Bachelor of Music, and Bachelor of Science in Home Economics. 
The Twenty-First Annual Session begins September, 1912. 

The first Summer Session of the College will be 
held during the months of June and July, 1912. 

For Catalogue and other information, address 

President JULIUS I. FOUST, Greensboro, N. C. 



Company L — Captain W. O. Burgin, 
Tliomasville. 

Company M— Captain S. C. Cham- 
bers. Durham. 

COAST ARTILLERY CORPS. 
Field and Staff. 

Max L. Barker, Major and Com- 
mander, Salisbury. 

L. M. Dodamead. Captain and Ad- 
jutant. High Point. 

W. D. Marrow, Captain and Artil- 
lery Engineer, Greensboro. 

Walter R. Cox, Captain and Quar- 
termaster, Salisbury. 

Chas. L. Shaver, First Lieutenant 
and Ordnance Officer, Salisbury. 
First Company — New Bern. 

Ralph H. Smith. First Lieutenant. 

W. R. Fate, Second Lieutenant. 
Second Company — Wilmington. 

Edwin A. Metts, Captain. 

P. L. Cantwell, First Lieutenant. 

,T. 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. 

Alfred O. Lombard, First Lieuten- 
ant. 

Marion F. Hatcher, Sec. Lieutenant. 
Fifth Company Charlotte. 

W. M. Robey, Captain. 

Chas. B. Ross. First Lieutenant. 



C. E. Hobbs, 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. Hollowell, Paymaster, Lieu- 
tenant Commander, Elizabeth City. 

A. T. Willis, Signal Officer and 
Lieutenant, New Bern. 

W. J. Jackson, Aide and Lieutenant 
J. G„ Plymouth. 

C. F. Smith, Chaplain and Lieuten- 
ant, Elizabeth City. 
First Battalion — Commander and Staff. 

C. D. Bradham, Commanding Com- 
mander, New Bern. 

W. G. Dixon. Navigator and Lieu- 
tenant. Oriental. 

R. Baccliff, 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. F. Bunting, Gunnery Officer, Ad- 
jutant and Lieutenant, J. <i.. Wilm- 
ington. . 



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DEMOCRATIC STATE PLATFORM— 1910. 



Second Division. 

C. J. McSorley, Lieutenant, New 
Bern. 

R. H. Dowdy, Lieutenant .1. G. 
New Rfc.'n. 

Second Battalion — Commander and 
Staff. 

.T. 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- 
tenaut, Plymouth. 

Clarence Latham, Paymaster and 
Lieutenant, Plymouth. 

W. R. Hampton, Gunnery Officer, 
and Adjutant, Lieutenant ,T. G., Ply- 
mouth. 



Third Division. 
F. M. Dunstan, Lieutenant .1. <;.. 
Windsor. 
J. W. Johuson, Ensign, Windsor. 

Fourth Division. 
W. R. Hampton, Lieutenant, Ply- 
mouth. 

J. S. Norman, Lieutenant, J. G., 
Plymouth. 

Fifth Division. 
A. L. Sanders, Lieutenant. Eliza- 
beth City. 
J. K. Wilson, Ensign. Elizabeth City. 

Seventh Division. 
PI. T. Shannonhouse. Lieutenant J. 
G., Hertford. 

W. B. Hudson, First Lieutenanf. 
Hertford. 
R. T. Brinn. Ensign, Hertford. 



DEMOCRATIC STATE PLATFORM— 1910 



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- 
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- 



N. C, July 14, 1910. 

sane, deaf, dumb and blind, and to 
I the extension of these institutions to 
meet the demands upon the State, and 
I the needs of the unfortunate who re- 
quire the care and maintenance of 
I the government. 

4. We pledge ourselves to the contin- 
| ued aid and assistance of the Con- 
I federate soldier, and demand that 

legislation shall make ample appro- 
priations for his comfort and care. 

5. We commend and approve the ad- 
ministration of Governor W. W. 
Kitchin, and the other State officials, 
and commend and approve our Sena- 
tors and Representatives in Congress 

j for their activity in behalf of the peo- 
of North Carolina. 
G. Internal development and im- 

' provement tend to the upbuilding of 
any citizenship, and we take pride in 
; lie progress that has been made under 
Democratic government in the building 
of roads and the extension of meaus of 
communication and transportation all 
over the State, and we particularly 
anprove of the work in this behalf by 
the. Good Roads Association of North 
Carolina. 

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 



DEMOCRATIC STATE PLATFORM— 1910. 



49 



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 Fourth Annual Session Begins September 1912 

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 



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- 
leges to any person or corporation. 

!). 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, 
trusts and monopolies, and favor the 
enactment and enforcement by the 
State and National governments of 
such laws as will make, their existence 
Impossible. 

10. We condemn the unjust and un- 
reasonable discrimination in freight 
rates 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 
$300,000,000 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. 



50 



Rl&PUBLICAN STATIC PLATFORM— 1910. 



REPUBLICAN STATE PLATFORM— 1910 



Adopted at Greensboro, N 

We, Republicans of North Carolina, 
lu convent inn 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- 
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. Tht 
Southern States, and North Carolina 
in particular, have profited by that 
policy in the past, and have every rea- 
son to expect increased benefits from 
it in the future. 

We heartily approve tne 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 and 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 



( '., August 10, 1910. 

of experts. We call attention to the 
contrast between this firm and definite 
and sound policy and the utter 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 the 
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 
'tself 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 I. amis. 

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 



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REPUBLICAN STATE rL AT FORM— 1910. 



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 Polieies. 

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 musL all 
be maintained, and we favor giving 
(■hem 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 right 
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. 
Co-operation of Labor and Capital. 

We believe in the dignity of labor 
and the elevation of the wage-earners, 
and pledge our party to the enactment 
of 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 can prosper with- 
out the other, and looking to this end 
we pledge our party to the euactment 
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 pood 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 las 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 v-iiue 
of our State bonds. 

Fair Election Law. 

We demand a fair election law. 
which shall permit every voter to cist 
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 nunishment 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 
in 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-honored 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, w T e invite all patriotic citizens, 
whatever their party affiliations in the 
past, to join with us in supporting 



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AN INTERESTING COMPARISON 

DIAGRAM BASED ON BULLETIN 57 OF CENSUS BUREAU, 1905, SHOWING 

THE SMALL AMOUNT SPENT FOR SCHOOLBOOKS AND THE 

HUGE SUMS FOR COMMON LUXURIES 

/Af M/LLfONS 



10 25 



MALT LIQUORS 

NEWSPAPERS 

CIGARS AND 
CIGARETTES 

SILKS 

DISTILLED 
LIQUORS 

CHEWING & SMOK 
ING TOBACCO 

CONFECTIONERY 

PATENT 
MEDICINES 

SOAP ANO 
CANDLES 

PIANOS & ORGANS 
JEWELRY 

MILLINERY 

FANCY AND PAPER 
BOXES 

SODA & MINERAL 
WATERS 

BROOMS AND 
BRUSHES 

MIRRORS AND 
PICTURE FRAMES 

CORSETS 

CANES ANO 
UMBRELLAS 

SCHOOLBOOKS 

PERFUMERY AND 
COSMETICS 

VINOUS LIQUORS 
PHONOGRAPHS 
CIGAR BOXES 

SPORTING GOODS 

CHILDREN'S 
CARRIAGES 

SHOE BLACKING 
TOYS AND GAMES p 




ARTIFICIAL FEATH- 
ERS & FLOWERS 

MUSIC 

PUBLICATIONS 

PIPES 

FIREWORKS 



50 



75 



100 



125 



150 



175 .200 225 250 275 300 



54 



NORTH CAROLINA IN CONGRESS. 



them. We believe that iu 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 iu 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 



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 Kitchin, 
Scotland Neck. 

Third District — John M. Faison, 
Faison. 

Fourth District— Edward W. Pou, 
Smithfield. 

Fifth District — C. M. Stedman, 
Greensboro. 

Sixth District — H. L. Godwin, Dunn. 

Seventh District — Robt. N. Page. 
Biscoe. 

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

Ninth District— E. Y. Webb, Shelby. 

Tenth District — J. M. Gudger, Ashe- 
ville. 



Jesse Franklin— Elected March, 1S04. 
Nathaniel Macon— Elected May, 1826. 
Wiley P. Mangum— Elected May. 
1842. 



Speaker of United States House. 

North Carolina has furnished only 
one Speaker of the United States 
House. Nathaniel Macon was three 
times chosen Speaker, and presided 
over the Seventh, Eighth and Ninth 
Congresses. 



President of United States Senate. 

North Carolina has furnished three 
President pro tempore of the United 
States Senate. They were: 



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 9, 
1S29. 

Geo. E. Badger — Appointed March 5, 
1541. 

W. A. Graham — Appointed July 20, 
1850. 

J. C. Dobbin — Appointed March 5, 
1853. 





COMPARATIVE VOTE 1908-191C 


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JESSE C. CALDWELL, President. 






A Faculty of 


Eight 


Professors and Six Instructors 


('(inferring 








Academic Degrees. 










MODERN 


PLANT, STEAM HEAT, ELECTRIC LIGHTS. 




Artesian Well and 


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ecord, 


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DEPART3IENTS : 




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School, 


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and Faculty Ladies. 


Principal 


Musical (Piano 


and V 


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r Young Men. 


ness, Expression, Fine 


Arts. Thoroughly 


Modern in Equipment 


COMPARATIVE VOTE 1908-1910 






Auditor. 


Governor. I Franklin .... 


1.979 


425 


2,093 


432 








Gaston 


2,353 


1,502 


2.r.fis 


1,820 








Gates 


667 


221 


700 


278 






-— 


Graham .... 


439 


468 


422 


461 


^Q 


/— , 


c 


Granville . . . 


1,536 


502 


1.746 


592 


<M 


5M 


Greene 


950 


.110 


915 


504 


COUNTIES. a 


. -" 


*S l~ 


Guilford .... 


3,654 


2,373 


3,948 


2.7<;r, 


.5 o 




.— — * 


Halifax 


2 252 


113 


2,285 


276 1 


~. s 


o 


&a u 


Harnett .... 


1,435 


922 


1,550 


1,012 


>£ 


'^ 


14 hj 


Haywood . . . 


2,025 


1 ,231 


1,983 


1,253 




Henderson .. 


947 


1,493 


998 


1,497 


191U. 


1908. 


Hertford . . . 


755 


144 


880 


291 


Alamance ... 2,155 


1,824 


2,200 2,130 


Hvde 


567 


211 


701 


177 


Alexander . . 820 


1,029 


793 1.070 


Iredell 


2.743 


1,744 


2,5:;:; 


1,746 


Alleghany . . 729 


564 


643 541 


Jackson .... 


1.181 


1,094 


1,028 


1,073 




188 


1,538 263 


Johnston . . . 


2.946 


2,321 


2. "11! 


2,596 


Ashe 1.707 


1,6S6 


1,700 1,701 




575 


205 


631 


272 


Beaufort — 1.795 


933 


1,914 1,209 




806 


620 


912 


501 


Bertie 1,055 


96 


1,328 274 




1,472 


540 


1.490 


898 


Bladen 1,082 


440 


1,213 599 




1.347 


1,112 


1,286 


1,180 


Brunswick . 766 


679 


671 744 




1,028 


914 


940 


1.017 


Buncombe .. 3,S01 


2,959 


3,629 3,434 


Madison .... 


860 


1.598 


878 


2.001 


Burke 1,444 


1,187 


1,353 1,315 


Martin 


1.124 


228 


1,385 


360 


Cabarrus ... 1,840 


1,786 


1,616 1,817 


McDowell ... 


1,017 


999 


973 


984 


Caldwell .... 1,558 


1,598 


1,476 1,685 


Mecklenburg. 


3,627 


613 


4.2.11 


1 ..isr, 


Camden 345 


71 


405 141 


Mitchell 


577 


1,351 


57.-, 


1.797 


Carteret 971 


808 


1,173 998 


Montgomery . 


1.131 


1 .0.12 


1.017 


1.047 


Caswell 826 


282 


878 323 


Moore 


1.141 


8S0 


1.219 


976 1 


Catawba 2,108 


1,945 


1,961 2,012 




2,000 


72.1 


1.84S 


1 222 


Chatham .... 1,721 


1,387 


1,594 1,428 


New Hanover 


1.140 


106 


2,110 


283 


Cherokee ... S5S 


1,084 


823 1,273 


Nortmapton. 


1.210 


78 


1,691 


121 


Chowan 617 


98 


658 176 




915 


.195 


988 


559 


Clay 358 


347 


348 318 




1 .075 


847 


1.077 


1,014 


Cleveland ... 2,581 


1,170 


2,304 1,452 


Pamlico .... 


679 


483 


071 


47S 


Columbus . . 1,868 


747 


2,056 1,192 


Pasquotank.. 


677 


144 


1,048 


L'i;r, 


Craven 1,373 


240 


1,520 340 


Pender 


911 


280 


1,019 


294 


Cumberland. 1,779 


834 


2,019 1,250 


Perquimans.. 


643 


294 


598 


427 


Currituck ... 437 


16 


734 49 




877 


800 


890 


847 


Dare 420 


177 


443 354 


Pitt* 


2,273 


619 


2,500 


S11 | 


Davidson ... 2,435 


2,430 


2,231 2,481 


Polk 


60S 


59.1 


5.10 


591 


Davie 836 


1,108 


802 1,163 


Randolph 


2.714 


2.606 


2,546 


2,047 


Duplin 1,795 


1,042 


1,642 1,139 


Richmond . . 


955 


.171 


1,106 


366 I 


Durham 2,144 


1,387 


1,962 1,693 


Robeson .... 


2.601 


626 


3.005 


l . ! I :, 


Edgecombe. . 1.471 


131 


1,839 392 


Rockingham. 


2 238 


1,608 


2,039 


1,883 


Forsvth 2.941 


2.936 


2,653 2.782 


Rowan 


2.428 


1 .475 


2.710 


1.72.1 



50 



VOTE FOR STATE OFFICERS— 1910 



Rutherford . 
Sampson . . . 
Scotland 

Stanly 

Stokes 

Surry 

Swain 

Transylvania 

Tyrrell 

Union 

Vance 

Wake 



2,2S6 

1.2S2 

579 

1.70.-? 

1.124 

2,007 

755 

62,8 

404 

1,490 

1,163 

4,030 



1.S23 

2,371 

44 

1.629 

1,540 

2,500 

934 

623 

360 

454 

356 

1,864 



2.011 

1,400 

752 

1,537 

1,123 

1,820 

614 

600 

357 

2,086 

1.187 

4.149 



1,739 

2,423 

47 

1,630 

1,671 

2,781 

902 

579 

345 

701 

578 

2,5S3 



Warren 



S20 



80 1.171 



Washington. 541 

Watauga .... 1,021 

Wayne 2,397 

Wilkes 1.690 

Wilson 1,509 

Yadkin 713 

Yancey 1,112 



377 
1.287 
1.297 
3,116 

515 
1,435 

930 



534 
998 
2.274 
1,509 
1,905 
718 
1,002 



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 



Corporation Commissioner, Four Years. 

Henry C. Brown (D.) 140.545 

George M. Hoover (R.) .. .. 93,730 
R. H. Lane (S.) 369 



Brown's majority 46,446 

Corporation Commissioner, Six Years. 

William T. Lee (D.) 140,328 

James H. White (R.) 93,562 

William P. Taylor (S.) .... 378 



Lee's majority 46,388 

Chief Justice Supreme Court. 

Walter Clark ID.) 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 CD.) 140.504 



Albert L. Coble (R.) 

Allen's majority 

James S. Manning, 1. 

Judge Second District. 
Robert B. Peebles (D.) . . 
Edward T. Snipes (R.) .. .. 



93.737 
46.766 



140.266 
79,829 



Peebles' majority 60.435 

S. L. Holton, 1; Henry A. Boyd. 1. 
Judge Third District. 
Harry W. Whedbee (D.) . . . 140,573 
No opposition. 

Judge Fourth District. 
Charles M. Cooke (D.) .. .. 139,785 
James R. Gaskill (R.) 93,722 



Adams' majority 47,156 

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 CD.) 140,397 

H. O. Petree (R.) 93,710 



Lane's majority 46.687 

Judge Thirteenth District. 

Edward P. Cline (D.) 140.136 

A. A. Whitener (R.) 93,444 



Cline's majority 46.992 

Judge Fourteenth District. 
Michael H. Justice (D.) .. .. 140.433 
O. V. F. Blythe (R.) 93.5S2 



Justice's majority 46,851 

Judge Fifteenth District. 

Joseph S. Adams (D.) 140.420 

Fred W. Thomas (R.) .. .. 93.634 



Adams' majority 46,786 

Judge Sixteenth District. 

'arland S. Ferguson (D.) ... 140.400 
George H. Smathers (R.) .... 93,551 



Cooke's majority 46.05S 

Benj. Lovenstein. 4; James Pen- 
der, 1. 

Judge Sixth District. 

Frank A. Daniels (D.I 140.383 

W. S. O'B. Robinson (R.) ... 92,685 



Daniels' majority 47,69S 

Judge Eighth District. 

William J. Adams (D.) .. .. 140.SS8 

Robert L. Burns (R.) 93.732 



The Yote 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 10,448 to 7.711 for 
J. W. Ragland. 

The vote for solicitor in the various 
districts was as follows : 

Solicitor — First District. 

J. C. B. Ehrinshaus (D.) 7,444 

Wm. J. Halstead (R.) 3,024 

W. H. Prescott 9 

Ehringhaus' majority 4,411 

Solicitor — Second District. 
John H. Kerr (D.) 6,141 

fXn opposition.) 



VOTE FOR STATE OFFICERS— 1910. 



Homer Military School 

1851-1912. 



J. C. HORNER, Principal, OXFORD, N. C. 



Classical, Scientific, and English Courses. Prepares for college, univer- 
sity or the government academies. Military training develops prompt 
obedience and manly carriage. Academy 61 years old, with experienced 
teachers. Cadets dine with the principal and ladies of his family, secur- 
ing the culture of home life. Cultivates and educates. Modern buildings, 
perfect sanitation, wholesome fare, no crowding. Best moral, mental, 
physical and social training. Shady lawn, athletic park, one-quarter mile 
running track. Ideal climate, helpful environment. In the social atmos- 
phere of refined Christian people. The town noted for over a century as an 
educational center. Charges, $300 per year. 



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 

(No 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.) 8,094 

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 1.27S 

Solicitor — Twelfth District. 

G. W. Wilson (D.) 11,953 

(Scattering, 14.) 

Solicitor — Thirteenth District. 

F. A. Linney (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,S47 

(Scattering, 56.) 

Reynolds' majority 703 

Solicitor — Sixteenth District. 

I'. E. Alley (D.) 6,246 

F. B. Benbow (R.) 5,744 

Alley's majority 



:,s 



CONGRESSIONAL VOTE— 1910. 



CONGRESSIONAL VOTE— 1910 



Tor Congress — First Congressional 
District. 

John H. Henry T. 

Counties. Small (D.) King (R.) 

Beaufort 1,833 898 

Camden 344 67 

Chowan 645 91 

Currituck 447 15 

Dare 420 165 

Gates 661 223 

Hertford 764 145 

Hyde 611 ■ 191 

Martin 1,125 220 

Pasquotank .... 724 134 

Perquimans 682 278 

Pitt 2.290 592 

Tvrrell 435 343 

Washington 563 359 

Total 11,544 3,721 

H. Edgar Hodges, 07; Wilson G. 

Lamb, 1. 

For Congress — Second Congressional 
District. 

Claude. R. H. 

Counties. Kitchin. Norfleet. 

Bertie 1,050 98 

Edr-ecombe i.484 120 

Greene 950 345 

Halifax 2.248 107 

Lenoir 1,492 542 

Northampton 1.193 62 

Warren 816 74 

Wilson 1.516 519 

Total 10,749 1.S67 

Stallings, 12. 

For Congress — Third Congressional 
District. 

John M. George E. 

Counties. Faison. Butler. 

Carteret 937 82S 

Craven 1.269 342 

Duplin 1.750 1,064 

Jones 535 235 

Onslow 882 475 

Pamlico 673 480 

Pender 890 326 

Sampson 1,180 2,406 

Wayne 2,312 1,349 

Total 10,428 7,505 

Scattering, name not - given in re- 
turns, 11. 

For Congress — Fourth Congressional 
District. 

Edward W. R. A. P. 

Counties. Pou. Cooley. 

Chatham 1,720 1,352 

Franklin 1,936 433 

Johnston 2,958 2,249 

Nash 1.920 863 

Vance 1,158 342 



Wake 4,036 



1,871 



Total 13,728 7,110 

R. L. Fesperman, 10 ; W. W. Cole, 1. 

For Congress — Fifth Congressional 
District. 

Charles M. David H. 
Counties. Stedman. Blair. 



Alamance 2,154 

Caswell 816 

Durham 2,132 

Forsyth 2,782 

Granville 1,542 

Guilford 3,5S9 

Orange 1.074 

Person 890 

Rockingham 2,282 

Stokes 1,150 

Surry 1,982 



1,842 

317 

1,440 

3,104 

542 

2,402 

868 

824 

1,640 

1,563 

2,518 



Total 20,392 17,060 

J. R. Morton, 22; R. J. Morton, 144; 

I R. M. Morton, 19; F. S. Blair, 1 ; B. S. 

J Royster, 1. 

For Congress — Sixth Congressional 
District. 

Hannibal L. Iredell 
Counties. Goodwin. Meares. 

Bladen 1.011 468 

Brunswick 946 511 

Columbus 1.848 743 

Cumberalnd 1,826 811 

Harnett 1,441 928 

New Hanover .. .. 1,089 166 

Robeson 2,645 630 



Total 10.806 



4,257 



For 



Congress — Seventh 
District. 



Congressional 



Robert N. John J. 

Counties. Page. Parker. 

Anson 1,520 196 

Davidson • 2,413 2,406 

Davie 852 1,098 

Lee 794 434 

Montgomery 1,131 1,030 

Moore 1,152 882 

Randolph 2.723 2,596 

Richmond "980 392 

Scotland 574 62 

Union 1,506 486 

Yadkin 722 1,424 



Total 14,367 11,006 

H. Morrison, 1; Henry Morris, 34; 
John Lowe, 1. 



For Congress- 



Counties. 

Alexander 
Alleghany 



Ashe 1,741 



—Eighth Congressional 
District. 

Robert L. Charles H. 
Doughton. Cowles. 
. . .. 855 1,035 

. . .. 763 530 

1,664 



CONGRESSIONAL VOTE— 1910. 



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Cabarrus 1,855 1,793 

Caldwell 1,580 1,579 

Iredell 2,763 1,759 

Rowan 2,432 , 1,543 

Stanly 1,710 1,624 

Watauga 1,064 1,293 

Wilkes 1,797 2,981 

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 1,184 

Gaston 2,489 1.503 

Lincoln 1,343 1,123 

Madison 978 1,459 

Mecklenburg ... ... 3,521 903 

Mitchell S63 1,110 

Yancey 1,119 927 

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 3,013 

Cherokee 892 1,177 

Clay 376 336 

Graham 442 464 

Haywood 2,022 1,247 

Henderson 937 1,526 

Jackson 1,178 1,097 

McDowell 1,022 1,000 

Macon 1.039 937 

Polk 615 600 

Rutherford 2.280 1,838 



Swain . . . 




775 
629 


908 


Transylvania . 


30. 


628 


Total .. .. 
Z. C. Fisher, 


15,459 


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 S — Election Day (Tuesday 
after first Monday). 

December 25 — Christmas Day. 



Greatest Altitude 



The greatest altitude in North Caro- 
lina is Mount Mitchell, at a height of 
6,711 feet above sea level, (he high- 
est point east of the Rocky Moun- 
tains. 



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POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS. 



POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS 



DEMOCRATIC STATE EXECUTIVE 
COMMITTEE. 

A. H. Eller, Chairman, Winston- 
iSalero. 

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. .Tames, Greenville; E. 

A. Daniel, Washington; E. F. Avdlett, 
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. .T. 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 ; 
.T. R. Collie, Louisburg; J. P. Bunn, 
Nashville ; J. R. Young, Raleigh ; K. 

B. Johnston, Raleigh. 

Fifth District— C. O. McMichael, 
Wentworth ; H. A. Fonshee. Durham ; 

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, 
Lumberton ; 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 ; 
7. C. Mills. Rutherfordton : J. 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, Wadesboro. 

Ashe— W. H. Worth, Jefferson. 

Avery — (None yet.) 

Beaufort — W. C. Rodman, Washing- 
ton. 

Bertie — E. S. Askew, Windsor. 

Bladen— E. F. McCulloch, 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. Chadwick, Beaufort. 
. Mitchell, Yancey - 



-R. 



D. 
W 



Elliott, Hickory. 

Bynum, Pittsboro. 
Posev, Murphy. 
H. McMullen, Jr., Eden- 

Kingsley, Hayesville, 

Falls, Sheby.. 
Lane, New Bern. 
Brown, Chadbourn. 
H. Dye, Fayette- 
Johnson, Currituck. 

B. Etheridge* Manteo. 

-C. M. Thompson, Lexing- 



Caswell- 
ville. 

Catawba — J. 

Chatham— F. 

Cherokee — Ben. 

Chowan — J. 
ton. 

Clav— G. W. 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Cleveland— B. F. 

Craven — Stephen 

Columbus — J. A. 

Cumberland — R. 
rille. 

Currituck— E. B. 

Dare— R. 

Davidson- 
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, Gastouia. 

Gates — W. T. Cross, Gatesville. 

Graham — G. B. Walker, Robbins- 
rille. 

Granville — D. G. Brummitt, Oxford. 

Oreene — Jas. T. Exum, Snow Hill. 

Guilford — A. Wayland Cooke, 
Greensboro. 

Halifax— Dr. J. E. Green. Weldon. 

Harnett — Charles Ross, Lillington. 

Haywood — D. R. Nolaud, Crabtree. 

Henderson — McD. Ray, Henderson- 
ville. 

Hertford — Stanley Winborne, Mur- 
freesboro. 

Hoke— (None yet.l 

Hyde — R. D. Harris. Swan Quarter. 



POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS. 



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Finest advantages and moderate terms. 

FALL SESSION begins Wednesday, September 11, 1912. For catalogue 
apply to 

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Iredell — J, A. Hartness, Statesville. 

Jackson — F. E. Alley, Webster. 

Johnston — Z. L. Lemay. Smithfield. 

Jones — J. E. Warren, Trenton. 

Lee — D. E. Mclver, Sanford. 

Lenoir — Dr. Henry Tull, Kinston. 

Lincoln — C. E. Childs, Lincolnton. 

Macon — Dr. W. A. Rogers, Franklin. 

Madison — T. N. James, Marshall. 

Martin — H. W Sttubbs, Wilmington. 

McDowell— J. W. Winborne, Marion. 

Mecklenburg — A. B. Justice, Char- 
lotte. 

Mitchell— W. L. Lambert, Bakers- 
ville. 

Montgomery — (No election.) 

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, Asheboro. 

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, Lauriuburg. 

Stanley — R. L. Smith, Albemarle. 

Stokes— Dr. J. H. Ellington, Sandy 
Ridge. 

Surrv— J. H. Folger, Mt. Airy- 
Swain— T. G. Picklesimer, Bryson 
City, (deceased) 



-W. E. Breese, 



Jr., 
H. Woodley, Colum- 



Transylvania- 
Brevard. 

Tyrrell— Thos, 
bia. 

Union — A. J. Brooks, Monroe. 

Vance — A. J. Harris, Henderson. 

Wake — Geo. E. Hunter, Raleigh, (de- 
ceased.) 

Warren — J. H. Kerr, Warrenton. 

Washington — Clarence Latham, Ply- 
mouth. 

Watauga— T. H. Coffey, Boone. 

Wayne — G C. Kornegav. Goldsboro. 

-Wji'fces— 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 
Grissom, Spray. 

National Committeeman — E. C. Dun- 
can, Raleigh. 

Members at Large — Thomas Settle, 
ex-officio, Asheville; Harry Skinner, 
Greenville: J. R. Gaskill, Tarboro : C. 
C. Vann, Rose Hill; James D. Parker, 
Smithfield; R. G. Campbell. Greens- 
boro; I. B. Tinker, Whiteville; Dr. .1 . 
J. Mott, Statesville; Ed. A. Smith, 
Charlotte; C. J. Harris. Dillsboro. 

Congressional Distriets — First Dis- 
trict, I. M. Meekins, Elizabeth City; 
Second District, D. W. Patrick, Snow 
Hill: Third District, Geo. E. Butler, 
Olinton- Fourth District, J. J. Jen- 
kins, Pittsboro; Fifth District, B. S. 
Robertson, Haw River; Sixth District, 
S. A. Edmund. Lumberton ; Seventh 
District. F. W. Danes, Yadkin villi- ; 
':ij|ith District, C. H. Cowles, Wilkes- 
boro; Ninth District, Chas. E. Greene, 
Bakersville; Tenth District, F. A. Fan- 
ning, Asheville. 

Campaign Committee — A. E. Holton, 
Winston-Salem ; W. P. I'.yniim. Greens- 



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POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS. 



boro; F. A. Linney, Boone; J. S. 
Lewis, Asheboro; A. A. Whitener, 
Hickory. 

Chairmen County Executive Committee 
of North Carolina. 

Alamance — E. S. W. Dameron, Bur- 
lington. 

Alexander — T. O. Teague, Taylors- 
ville. — 

Alleghany — Jno. M. Wagoner, 
Sparta. 

Anson — J. L. Matheson, Wadesboro. 

Ashe — D. Osborne. Beldon. 

Avery — (None yet). 

Beaufort — G. A. Conner, Belhaven. 

Bertie — R. H. Norfleet, Kelford. 

Bladen — S. Meares, Clarkton. 

Brunswick — D. R. Johnson, Winna- 
bow. 

Buncombe — T. F. Roland, Asheville. 

Burke — John M. Mull, Morganton. 

Cabarrus — H. S. Williams, Concord. 

Caldwell — M. N. Harshaw, Lenoir. 

Camden — (Vacant). 

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. 

Edsecombe— 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. 

Graham — Geo. F. Brock, Brock. 

Granville— Dr. G. T. Sykes, Grissom. 

Greene — D. W. Patrick, Snow Hill. 

Guilford— H. B. Worth. Greensboro. 

Halifax — McM. Furgerson, Littleton 

Harnett — A. F. Surles, Dunn. 

Haywood — W. T. Denton, Wayn*s- 
ville. 

Henderson— R. H. Staton. Hender- 
sonville. 

Hertford— James S. Mitchell, Win- 
ton. 

Hoke — (None yet). 

Hyde — H. L. McGowan, Swan Quar- 
ter. 



Iredell— L. C. Wagner, Statesville. 
Jackson — Z. V. Watson, Speedwell. 
Johnston — J. C. Stancil, Smithfleld. 
Jones — J. K. Brock, Trentou. 
Lee — R. C. McNeill, Jonesboro. 
Lenoir — J. M. Mewborne, Kinston. 
Lincoln- J. M. Hoyle, Lincoln ton. 
Macon — H. G. Robertson, Franklin. 
Madison — Amos Stackhouse, Mar- 



Martin, William- 
Morgan, Marion. 
, F. Newell, Char- 

E. Greene, Bakers- 



shall. 

Martin — Wheeler 
ston. 

McDowell— J. L. 

Mecklenburg — J. 
lotte. 

Mitchell— Chas 
ville. 

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. Outland, 
Woodland. 

Onslow — A. Z. 

Orange — J. L. 
D. No. 2. 

Pamlico — J. L. Rigg 

Pasquotank — W. L. 
beth City. 

Pender — E. McMoore, Burgaw. 

Perquimans — W. R. White, Hert- 
ford. 

Person — Wm. D. Merritt, Roxboro. 

Pitt — R. C. Flanagan, Greenville. 

Polk— W. C. Robertson, Saluda. 

D. Mendenhall. Ran- 



Jarmau, Richland. 
Cheek, Efland, R. F. 



;. Bayboro. 
Kenton, Eliza- 



-L. 



Randolph 
dleman. 

Richmond — J. P 
ham. 

Robeson — S. A. 
ton. 

Rockingham — J. 
ville. 

Rowan — W. A. Fogleman, Salisbury. 

Rutherford — 

F. Sessoms, Clinton. 
H. Fox, Laurinburg. 
J. I. Campbell, Nor- 



Cameron, Rocking- 
Edmunds, Lumber- 
R. Joyce, Reids- 



Sampson — W. 
Scotland— W. 
Stanley— Dr. 
wood. 

Stokes— N. O. 
Surry— T. W. 
Swain— W. L. 
Transylvania- 



Petree, Danbury. 
Davis, Dobson. 
Francis, Bryson City. 
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. 
Wayne— E. W. Hill. Goldsboro. 
Wilkes — O. F. Blevins. Wilkesboro. 
Wilson— Geo. W. Stanton, Wilson. 
Yadkin — J. A. Logan, Yadkinville. 
Yancev — J. L. Hyatt. Micaville. 



STATE TAX COMMISSION REPORT.— 1911. 63 



.THE. 



North Carolina College of Agriculture 
and Mechanic Arts 

D. H. HILL, LL.D., President. 
Practical and Scientific Education in Agricul- 
ture, Horticulture and Dairying; in Civil, Elec- 
trical and Mechanical Engineering; in Indus- 
trial Chemistry, and in Textile Art. 

FOB CATALOGUE APPLY TO 

THE REGISTRAR 

West Raleigh North Carolina 

STATE TAX COMMISSION REPORT— 1911 

Subjects. Value Tax. Total. 

For State Purposes — 

Real estate $301,508,664.00 $633,357.19 

Personal property 193.109,906.00 405,530.81 

Railroads and other public service 

corporations 91,099.728.00 191,309.43 

Corporation excess 12,464,205.00 26,174.83 

Bank Stock . . 17,781,325.00 37,340.78 

Building and loan stock 1.636,558.00 3,436.77 

Totals $017,690,386.00 $1,297,149.81 

Incomes, tax on $ 39,637.85 

B. and C. Schedules 118,309.01 

157,946.86 

Additional Receipts by State Treasurer: 

Additional State Taxes $ 1,359.30 

Agricultural Department 164,459.46 

Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad, dividends . . 37,998.00 

Audobon Society 4,195.45 

Automobile licenses 0.41;>.10 

Contingencies K it/X 

Corporation franchise tax 48,585.00 

Corporation tax. State Department 29,847.31 

Disabled soldiers appropriation, refunded loo on 

Express companies, tax on receipts 1,382.68 

Pees, Attorney-General ' --'ivl 

Fees, bank examinations 'V'-J-. 

Fees, Executive Department :V.| '., 

Fees, Insurance Department qq?'kq 

Fees, State Department ?ol*nn 

Fees, Treasury Department 1JS.0O 



64 STATE TAX COMMISSION REPORT.— 1911. 



Fish Commission 3,847.15 

Inheritance tax 6.159.S0 

Indigent pupils 8,757.56 

Insurance companies, licenses 44.128.48 

Insurance companies, tax on receipts 196,955.02 

Laws and Journals, sale of 278.94 

Medical depository 42.10 

Mercantile agencies 500.00 

N. C. Agricultural Experiment Station, Federal ap- 
propriation 29.000.00 

N. C. A. and M. College (colored) Fed eral appro- 
priation 14,850.00 

N. C. College. A. and M. Arts, Federal appropriation 30.150.00 

North Carolina railroads, dividends 210,014.00 

Oil inspection fund, received from Ag ricultural De- 
partment 49.032.20 

Oil inspection fund, transferred to General fund... 12,000.00 

Paper account, refunded 52.32 

Pensions, refunded 69.00 

Piano and organ dealers licenses 1,SS6.12 

Postage and stationery 27.90 

Privilege tax on railroads 16,736.06 

Roster N. C. State troops, sale of 1.95 

Seal tax, Executive Department 1.121.25 

Seal tax, State Department 171.50 

Sewing machine licenses 3,944.50 

Shellfish Commission 2,968.86 

Sketches North Carolina Regiments, Confederate sol- 
diers, sale of 11.70 

State and colonial records, sale of 120.60 

State Guard 217.52 

State Guard, special 63.36 

States Prison, earnings 19S,S96.46 

States Prison, Elkin and Alleghany Railroad stock. 36.000.00 

States Prison. Mattamuskeet Railroad stock 37.000.00 

Supreme Court Records, sale of 8.343.36 

Telegraph companies, tax on receipts 2.637.24 

Telephone companies, tax on receipts 13.177.86 

Trade mark, registration fees 29.80 

Four per cent bonds, sale of $3,432,743.77 



$1,260,817.24 



Total all sources, State purposes $2,715,913.91 

For Pensions — 

On assessed property $247,076.15 

On polls 37.479.36 



$284,555.51 



For Schools: 

On white polls $343,076.14 

On Indian polls 1.591.50 

On negro polls 125.434.34 

On dogs 1,565.00 

On railroads and other public service corporations.. 170. 856. S6 

On bank stock 32.8S9.46 

On building and loan stock 2.919.77 

On coporation excess 23.066.21 

On property of white citizens 876.318.97 

On property of Indian citizens 1,236.68 

On property of negro citizens 44.350.22 

Special tax for schools 484.267.20 

Fines 2S.S73.34 

Other sources 7.146.84 

For County Purposes: 

General $1,494,664.80 

Poor 45.877.66 

Bridges and roads 839,999.56 

Special 420.445.70 



$2,143,592.53 



INSURANCE STATISTICS. 



65 



...PEACE INSTITUTE... 

Though there are Many Cheaper Schools, it is 
TAXED TO ITS UTMOST 

For Entrance Next Session Apply Early 

CATALOGUE ON REQUEST. 

Address the President, Raleigh N. C 



Special in townships 
B. and C. schedules . 



For Municipal Purposes: 

On property 

On polls 

Receipts from fines 

All other sources 

Total all sources 



147,279.96 
75,930.60 



$2,208,401.46 

110,574.36 

41,969.22 

694,146.75 



$3,024,198.2S 



$3,055,091.79 



Insurance Statistics 



The following figures give the num- 
ber of the various kinds of insurance 
companies doing business in North 
Carolina : 

Life companies, 45; Assessment Life 
companies, 20; Fire, and Fire and 
Marine companies, 143; Accident and 
Surety companies, 44 ; Fraternal 
Orders, 61 ; Live Stock Companies, 3. 

The insurance statistics for the year 
1911 will not be prepared until Feb- 
ruary, 1912. The statistics for 1910, 
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 $46,351,376.71 

Premiums 846,077.14 

Losses paid 279,808.42 

Losses incurred 290,071 .05 

Companies of other States : 

Risks written $207,016,917.00 

Premiums received 2,530. 176. 7<: 

Losses paid 832,512.80 

Losses incurred 961,623.50 

Foreign Companies: 

Risks written $110,598,692.51 

Premiums received 835,042.41 

Losses paid 228.640.*- 



Losses incurred 273,182.75 

Total business done in North Caro- 
lina by Life Companies licensed to 
do business in North Carolina : 

Policies in force December 31, 1909, 
number, 247,456, amounting to $151,- 
834,877.61. 

Policies issued during 1910, 78,691, 
amount, $33,307,165.17. 

Policies ceased during 1910, 62,348, 
amounting to $21,737,722.11. 

Policies in force December 31, 1910, 
264.555, amounting to $165,215,592.67. 

Losses incurred during 1910, $1,561,- 
311.01 ; paid, $1,625,634.17. 

Life Assessment Associations: 

Certificates issued during 1910, 
53,277, amounting to $1. 003.291 .S3; pre- 
miums or assessments receievd there- 
on, $312,398.65. 

Losses incurred. $80,153.70. 

Losses paid, $80,078.70. 

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 lecal reserve companies 
wrote the amount of $7,221,879; 
premiums received. $1,007,681.01 : 
losses incurred, $1S2,;ni. H ; losses 
paid, $194,104.77. . 



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PUBLIC SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



67 



St. Mary's School 



RALEIGH, N. C. 



THE DIOCESAN SCHOOL (FOB GIBES) OF THE CAROLINAS. 

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 Smedes. 

Academic Department includes College and Preparatory Courses. Spe- 
cial Courses in Music, Art, Elocution, Domestic Science, and Business. 
For catalogue and other information, address 



REV. GEORGE W. LAY, Rector. 



PUBLIC SCHOOL STATISTICS 



( ounties 



Alamance . . 
Alexander . 
Alleghany . 
Anson .... 

Ashe 

Avery 

Beaufort . . 

Bertie 

Bladen .... 
Brunswick 
Buncombe • 

Burke 

Cabarrus . . 
Caldwell . . 
Camden . . . 
Carteret . . . 
Caswell . . . 
Catawba . . 
Chatham . . 
Cherokee . . 
Chowan . . . 

Clay 

Cleveland 
Columbus . 
Craven .... 
Cumberland 
Currituck . 

Dare 

Davidson . . 

Davie 

Pup 1 in .... 



o 

o 



Pen 

Ol-H 

'■£ « 

a U) 
z< 
o 

d 

10,165 
4,121 
3.071 
8,372 
7,441 
4.309 
9,892 
7,968 
6,480 
4.306 

17,571 
7,121 
8,737 
6.436 
2,062 
4.098 
4,874 

10,177 
7,972 
5,047 
3,539 
1,501 

10.5SS 
9.277 
7,706 

10.793 
2.806 
1.806 
9.683 
4,5S9 
8,200 



T 1 C>"5 

P = 

83 «* 5* 

0J a 
+J o 

a © '?. 

§** 

1,677.22 

67,997.00 

516.71 

1,381.28 

1,227.76 

710.98 

1,632.18 

1,314.72 

1,069.2;) 

710.49 

2,899.2] 

1,174.96 

1,441.60 

1,061.94 

350.23 

676.17 

804.21 

1.679.20 

1,315.38 

S32.75 

583.93 

260.78 

1,747.02 

1,530.71 

1,271.49 

1,780.84 

468.39 

307.99 

1.597.00 

757.18 

1,353.00 



Durham , 

Edgecombe . . . 

Forsyth 

Franklin . . . . , 

Gaston 

Gates 

Graham 

Granville ...., 

Greene 

Guilford 

Halifax 

Harnett 

Haywood 

Henderson . . . 

Hertford 

Hoke 

Hyde 

Iredell 

Jackson 

Johnston 

.Tones 

Lee 

Lenoir 

Lincoln 

Macon 

Madison 

Martin 

McDowell .... 
Mecklenburg 

Mitchell 

Montgomery 

Moore 

Nash 

New Hanover, 
Northampton 

< Olslow 

Orange 

Pamlico 

Pasquotank 

Pender 

Perquimans . 
Person 



12,527 

8,929 

15,666 

8,856 

12,989 

3,824 

1 .680 

8,521 

4.42S 

L8.829 

11.572 

8,573 

7.174 

5,645 

5.227 

3.45:! 

2,962 

11,530 

4,556 

14,076 

2,908 

4,128 

7.03.S 

6,236 

4,005 

7.S73 

5. OS I 

5,639 
21.307 
3,466 
5,286 
6,032 
10,573 
7.647 
7.278 
1,823 
5,161 
3,508 
5,423 
5,048 
3,616 
.-..so:, 



2.0(56.95 

1,473.28 

2,584.89 

1.461.21 

2,143.18 

640.96 

287.20 

1.405.07 

730.62 

3.106.7S 

L.909.38 

1.414.51 

1 . 1 83.71 

931.42 

862.45 

570.71 

198.73 

1,902.40 

751.71 

2,322.54 

IS9.82 

681.09 

1.1 61. 27 

1,028.94 

660.82 

1,299.04 

986.86 

930.43 

3,515.65 

571.89 

872.19 

995 28 

1.744.54 

1,261.75 

1,200.87 

705.70 

851.56 
578.S ' 
894.79 
832.92 
596.64 
967.72 



6S 



PUBLIC SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



Pitt 

Polk 

Randolph 
Richmond . . 
Robeson 
Rockingham 

Rowan 

Rutherford 

Sampson 

Scotland 

Stanly 

Stokes 

Surry 

Swain 

Transylvania 



13,052 
2,636 

10,033 
6,752 

15,586 

13,424 

12,361 

9,963 

9,868 

5,474 

6,747 

7,314 

10,546 

3,561 

2.480 



2,153.58 
444.94 

1,655.44 
1.114.0S 
2,571.69 
2,214.96 

2,039.56 
1.643.8!) 
1. Ill's 

903.21 

1,113.25 

1,206.81 

1,740.09 

587.56 

409.20 



Tyrrell 

Union 

Vance 

Wake 

Warren 

Washington . . . 

Watauga 

Wayne .". 

Wilkes 

Wilson 

Yadkin 

Yancey 

Teaclners Training 



1, 

11. 
6, 

21, 
6 
3 
4, 

12, 

11 
9, 
5 
4, 



702 
705 
794 
323 
667 
678 
234 
898 
204 
002 
483 
534 



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1,931.32 

1,121.01 

3,518.29 

1,100.05 

606.87 

69S.61 

2,128.17 

1,848.66 

1,455.3 ; 

904.69 

748.11 

1.200.(0 



Total 749,587 $125,000.00 



RAILWAY ACCIDENTS TO PERSONS 



Resulting from 
movement of 

trains. 



Other causes 

than movement 

of trains. 



Name of Road. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Southern Railway Co 

Carolina, Clinchfleld and Ohio Ry... 
Carolina and Northwestern Railway. 

Durham and Southern Railway 

Louisville and Nashville Railroad... 

Norfolk Southern Railroad 1.863 

Norfolk and Western Railway 340 



No. of 
Employ's 
. . 4.781 
. . 3,079 
. . 6,420 
5S7 
306 
151 
28 



Killed 
25 
19 
44 



8 

1 



Total 17.555 



97 



Injur'd 

148 

199 

416 

27 

19 

3 

3 

24 

12 

851 



Kill'd 



Injur'd 

205 

111 

532 

18 
o 



54 

1 



928 



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, 
Appalachian Ry. : Asheville and E. 
Tenn. R. R., Atlantic & W'estern 
Railroad, Bee Tree Railroad, Blue 
Ridge and Atlantic Railway Compa- 
ny, Bonlee and Western Railway. 
Black Mountain Railway, Carolina 
and Northwestern Railroad, Cliffside 
Railroad, Cashie and Chowan Railroad 
Co., Chowan and Aulander Railroad 
Co., Cliffside Railroad Company, Do- 
ver and Southbound Railroad Com- 
pany. Durham and Charlotte Railroad 
Company, Durham and South Caro- 
lina Railroad Company, Durham and 
Southern Railroad Company, East 



Carolina Railway, East Tennessee and 
Western North Carolina Railroad 
Company, Kinston and Snow Hill 
Railroad, Kinston and Carolina Rail- 
way, Laurinburg and Southern Rail- 
road. Lawndale Railway Company. 
Linville River Railway Company. 
Mount Airy and Eastern Railway 
Company, New Hanover Transit Com- 
pany, North and South Carolina Rail- 
way, Northampton and Hertford 
Railway, Piedmont Railway. Ra- 
leigh and Charleston Railway Corn- 
pan?, Raleigh and Southport Rail- 
road. Raleiah and Western Railway 
Company, Randolph and Cumberland 
Railway Company, Red Springs and 
Bowmore Railroad Company, Roanoke 
River Railway, Rockingham Railroad. 
Sanford and Troy Railroad. Smoky 
Mountain Railway, Snowbird Valley 
Railway, South and Western Railroad. 
Tennessee and North Carolina Rail- 
road. Virginia and Carolina Southern 
Railroad ;, Warrenton Railroad. Wash- 
ington and Vandemere Railroad, Wel- 
lington & Powellsville Railroad Com- 
pany, South & Western Railroad. Win- 
ston-Salem Southbound Railway. Wil- 
m i n gton. Brunswick & Southern R. R. 



NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS. 



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PIANO— VOICE— VIOLIN— ORGAN 



W. H. OVERTON, Secretary. 



G. W. BRYANT, Director. 



NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS 



ABERDEEN AND ASHEBORO R. R. 

(Owned by Norfolk Southern.) 

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

General Manager — J. R. Page, Bis- 
coe. 

Auditor — Frank Page, Biscoe. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mary E. 
Page, Aberdeen. 

ABERDEEN & ROCKFISH RAIL- 
ROAD CO. 

President and General Manager — 
John Blue, Aberdeen. 

Secretary and Treasurer — -W. A. 
Bine. Aberdeen. 

Auditor — J. W. Phillips, Aberdeen. 

General Superintendent — C. N. Blue, 
Aberdeen. 

ALMA RAILWAY. 

President — A. J. McKinnon, Maxton. 

Secretary and Treasurer and Gen- 
eral Manager — C. J. Cottingham, Max- 
ton. 

APPALACHIAN RAILWAY. 

President — R. F. Witmer, Philadel- 
phia. 

Secretary — D. G. Wilson, Philadel- 
phia. 

Traffic Manager*-W. J. Parks, Bla. 

General Manager — J. C. Patterson, 
Whittier, N. C. 

ASHEVILEE AND EAST TENNES- 
SEE RAILROAD. 

President — J. S. Coleman, Asheville. 

General Manager — S. Howland, 
Asheville. 

Secretary — G. W. Epps, Asheville. 

Treasurer — M. M. Howland, Ashe- 
ville. 

ATLANTIC COAST LINE. 

Chairman Board of Directors — H 
Walters. New York. 



M. Emerson, Wil- 



President— T. 
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, 6a. 

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. II. Shop- 
ard, Wilmington. 

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

General Superintendent Transporta- 
tion — E. Borden. Wilmington. 

Passenger Traffic Manager — W. .T. 
Craig. Wilmington. 



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NORTH CAROLI XA RAILROADS. 



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

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

General Freight Agents— J. W. Per- 
riu, James Menzies. Savannah, Ga. 

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

ATLANTIC AND NORTH CARO- 
LINA. 
(Leased to Norfolk Southern.) 

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. Goldhoro ; W. B. 
Creech, Goldsboro ; G. V. Richardson, 
Dover; Dempsy Wood. Kinston ; G. W. 
Sumrell. Kinston ; S. W. Forbes, 
Stonewall ; L. H. Cutler. New Bern ; 
W. S. Chadwick, Beaufort. 
ATLANTIC & WESTERN RAILROAD 
COMPANY. 

President — John H. Winder. New 
York. 

Vice-President — F. G. Hatton. Roa- 
noke, Va. 

General Superintendent — Harry P. 
Edwards, Sanford. 

Superintendent — M. P. — R. F. 
Thomas. Jonesboro. 

Road Master — J. R. Morris. San- 
ford. 

Auditor — Miss Nannie M. Edwards. 
Sanford. 

BONLEE AND WESTERN R. R. 

President — John H. Dunlap, Bonlee. 

General Manager — \, . J. Tally. 
Bonlee. 

Secretary-Treasurer — I. H. Dunlap. 
Bonlee. 
CAROLINA, CLINCIIFIELD & OHIO 

RAILWAY. 
Carolina, Clinchfield & Ohio Railway 

of South Carolina — "Clinchfield 

Route." 

President — M. W. Potter. New York. 

Comptroller — J. McQuilkin, Johnson 
City, Tenn. 

Secretary-Treasurer — J. C. Stone, 
Johnson City. Tenn. 

General Counsel— J. Norment Powell, 
Johnson City, Tenn. 

General Manager — M. J. Caples, 
Johnson City. Tenn. 

Traffic Manager — J. J. Campion, 
Johnson City, Tenn. 

CAROLINA & NORTHWESTERN 
RAILWAY. 

President — W. A. Barber, New York 
City. 

Secretarv — J. J. McClure, Chester, 
S. C. 

Treasurer — F. Wolfe, Chester, S. C. 

General Counsel — J. H. Marion. 
Chester. S. C. 



Freight and Passenger 
F. Reid, Chester, S. C. 
-W. K. Kearsby, Chester, 



-E. 



F. Reid, Ches- 
-L. T. Nichols, 



Raleigh. 
Raleigh. 
Danville, 



General 
Agent — E. 

Auditor 
S. C. 

Passenger Agent— 
ter, S. C. 

General Manager 
Chester, S. C. 
CASHIE & CHOWAN RAILROAD. 

President and General Manager — J. 
T. Deal, Norfolk. Va. 
. Treasurer — J. C. Johnson, Norfolk, 
Va. 
CHOWAN & AULANDER RAILROAD. 

(Operated by Camp Mfg. Co. as a 
logging road). 

CLIFFSIDE RAILROAD CO. 

President and General Manager — R. 
R. Haynes, Cliffside. 

Vice-President — Jno. M. Scott, Cliff- 
side. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Chas. H. 
Haynes, Cliffside. 

Traffic Manager — Z. O. Jenkins, 
Cliffside. 
DANVILLE & WESTERN RAILWAY. 

President and Chairman ioard 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. Wimsatt, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

General Manager — D. W. Richard- 
son, Dover. 

Secretary and Treasurer — W. B. H. 
Rlandford. Dover. 

Traffic Manager — N. S. Richardson. 
Cover. 
DURHAM & CHARLOTTE 
ROAD CO. 

President — John B. Lennig, 
burg. Philadelphia. Pa. 

Secretary-Treasurer — W. C 
Philadelphia. 

General Manager — John H. Kennedy. 
Gulf. 

Traffic Manager — John L. Tull. 
Hemp, N. C. 

DURHAM & SOUTH CAROLINA 
RAILROAD CO. 

President — Ernest Williams, Lynch- 
burg, Va. 

Vice-President — J. A. Duncan. East 
Durham. 

Secretary -Treasurer — TV 
Lynchburg, Va. 

Superintendent — R. A. 
East Durham. 

DURHAM & SOUTHERN RAILWAY 
COMPANY. 

President — B. N. Duke. New York. 

Vice-President — J. E. Stagg. Dur- 
ham. 

General Manager — E. Thomason, 
Durham. 



RAIL- 

Brides- 
Carnell. 



B. Harris. 
Honeycutt. 



NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS. 



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TRINITY COLLEGE 



1859 



1892 



1910-1911 



Three memorable dates: The Granting: of the Charter for Trinity Col- 
lege; the Removal of the College to the growing and prosperous City of 
Durham; the Building of the New and Greater Trinity. 

Magnificent new buildings with new equipment and enlarged facilities. 

Comfortable hygienic dormitories a nd beautiful pleasant surroundings. 

Five departments: Academic, Mechanical, Civil, and Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Law ; Education; Graduate. 

For catalogue and other information, address 

R. L. FLOWERS, Secretary, Durham. X. C. 



Trinity Park School 

Established 1898 

Location ideal ; Equipment unsurpa ssed. 

Students have use of the library, g ymnasium, and athletic fields of Trin- 
ity College. Special attention given t o health. A teacher in each dormi- 
tory looks after the living conditions of boys under his care. 

Faculty of college graduates. Most modern methods of instruction. 

Fall term opens September 13. 

For illustrated catalogue, address 

W. W. I'EELE, Headmaster, Durham, N. C. 



Treasurer — W. H. Smith. Durham. 

Auditor — A. B. Canthen, Durham. 

General Freight and Passenger 
Agent — D. Lumpkin, Durham. 

Secretary — F. L. Fuller, Durham. 

EAST CAROLINA RAILWAY CO. 

President and Treasurer — Henry 
Clark Bridges, Tarboro. 

Secretary, General Freight and Pas- 
senger Agent — H. P. Foxhall, Tar- 
boro. 

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. 

Secretar> Mid Treasurer— J. S. Wise, 
Johnson City, Tenn. 

Auditor — J. E. Vance, Johnson City, 
Tenn. 

KINSTON AND CAROLINA RAIL- 
ROAD AND LUMBER CO. 

President — E. T. Lambe. Norfolk, 
Va. 



-Win. 



Hayes. Kin- 
Hawkius, Norfolk, 



Superintendent- 
ston, N. C. 

Secretary — M. S. 
Va. 

Treasurer — M. Manly, Norfolk, Va. 

Traffic Manager — Win. Hayes. Kin- 
gton, N. C. 

KINSTON AND SNOW HILL RAIL- 
ROAD COMPANY. 

President — Henry C. Riley, Phila- 
delphia. 

Coneral Mana^r. Secretary and 
' Treasurer — Lovit Hines, Kiuston. N. 
C. 

Traffic Manager — E. W. Chad\vi<-k. 
Kinston, N. C. 

LAURINBURG AND SOUTHERN 
RAILROAD COMPANY. 

President — John F. McNair, Laurin- 
burg. 

General Manager, Secretary and 
Treasurer, and Traffic Manager- -Jas. 
A. Jones, Laurinburg. 

LAWNDALE RAILWAY. 

President— H. F. Scheuck, Lawndale. 
Superintendent — John F. Schenck, 
Lawndale. 
LINVILLE RIVER RAILWAY CO. 

President— W. M. Ritter. Columbus, 
Ohio. 



NORTH CAROLI NA RAILROADS. 



Secretary — Jas. L. Hamill, Colum- 
bus. Ohio. 

Treasurer — C. B. Weakley, Colum- 
bus. Ohio. 

Superintendent — O. C. Hathaway, 
Saginaw, N. C. 

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE 
RAILROAD COMPANY. 

President— Milton H. Smith, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

Secretary — Jos. H. Ellis, Louisville, 
Ky. 

Treasurer — W.W. Thompson, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

General Counsel — Hy. L. Stone, 
Louisville. Ky 

Comptroller — Chas. Haydon, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

General Manager— B. M. Starks, 
Louisville, Ky. 

Traffic Manager — C. B. Compton, 
Louisville. Ky. 

General Freight Agent — D. M. Good- 
wyn, Louisville, Ky. 

THE MATTAMISKEET RAILWAY 
COMPANY. 

President— Jos. F. Tayloe, Wash- 
ington, N. C. 

Secretary-Treasurer — C. W. Davis, 
Engelhard, N. C. 

MOUNT AIRY AND EASTERN 
RAILWAY COMPANY. 

Superintendent — J. T. Heare, Mount 
Airy, N. C. 

NEW HANOVER TRANSIT CO. 

President — Walter Smallbones, Wil- 
mington. 

Secretary-Treasurer and General 
Manager — Jno. W. Harper, Wilming- 
ton. 
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 General Manager — J. A. 
C. Croner. Norfolk, Va. 

Traffic Manager— B. L. Bugg, 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. Aldeu, 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. Church- 
hill, Roanoke, Va. 

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

General Passenger Agent — W. B. Be- 
vill, Roanoke, Va. 

General Superintendents — A. C. 
Needles, Roanoke, Va. ; Geo. P. John- 
son, Bluefleld, W. Va. 

NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. 
(Leased to Southern Railway.) 

President — Chas. M. Steadman, 
Greensboro. 

Secretary and Treasurer — A. H. El- 
ler, Burlington. 

Attorney — Frank R. McNinch, Char- 
lotte. 
NORTHAMPTON & HERTFORD 
RAILROAD. 
President and Treasurer — W. W. 
Robertson, Norfolk, Va. 

Vice-President and Secretary — T. G. 
Trenchard. Gumberry. 

General Connsel — Peebles & Harris, 
Jackson. 

Auditor and General Superintend- 
ent — J. F. Pennewell, Gumberry. 
PIEDMONT RAILWAY. 

President — A. E. Jones, Thomasville. 

General Manager — J. B. Jones, 
Thomasville. 

Secretarv-Treasurer — J. L. Arm- 
field. 

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. 

General Manager — L. A. Boyd, Ma- 
rion. S. C. 

RALEIGH & SOUTHPORT RAILWAY 
COMPANY. 
(Owned by Norfolk Southern.) 

President and General Manager and 
Chairman of Board— J. A. Mills, Ral- 
eigh. 

Secretary and Treasurer, Assistant 
General Manager and General Passen- 
ger Acent — F. T. Ricks, Raleigh. 



NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS. 




Attorney — R. N. Simms, Raleigh. 
Auditor— F. L. Long, Raleigli. 
RALEIGH & WESTERN RAILWAY 
COMPANY. 
Receiver — Samuel A. Henzy, New 
York, N. Y. 

RANDOLPH & CUMBERLAND RAIL- 
WAY CO. 
President— D. A. McDonald, Car- 
thage. 

Vice-President— G. C. Graves, Car- 
thage. 

General Counsel— R. L. Burns, Car- 
thage. 

RED SPRINGS & BOWMORE RAIL- 
ROAD. 
President— W. F. Williams, Red 
Springs. 

General Manager and Secretary — J. 
G. Williams, Red Springs. 
ROANOKE RAILWAY COMPANY. 
President— J. L. Camp, Franklin, 
Va. 

General Manager— W. G. Williams, 
Franklin, Va. 
Treasurer— R. ,T. Camp, Franklin, 

Va. 

Traffic Manager— R. G. Camp, 
Franklin, Va. 

ROCKINGHAM RAILROAD CO. 

President— J. P. Leak, Rockingham. 

General Superintendent — .T. L. 11. iw 
ley, Rockingham. 

Secretary -Treasurer— J. LeGrand 
Everett, Rockingham. 

Treasurer— B. M. Fellows, 111 Broad- 
way, New York. 

Secretary— T L. Riddle, Carthage. 



Car Accountant — R. M. Caldwell, 
Carthage. 

Soliciting Freight and Passenger 
Agent — R. L. Tyson, Carthage. 

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, Ne\f 
Vork, N. Y. 

Treasurer — Robert L. Nutt, Ports- 
mouth, Va. 

General Counsel— L. R. Watts, 
Portsmouth, Va. 

Comptroller— T. W. Roby, Ports- 
mouth, Va. 

Chief Engineer— W. L. Seddon, 
Portsmouth, Va. 

General Passenger Agent — C. 1$. 
Ryan, Portsmouth, Va. 

Freight Traffic Manager Mr. Kyle, 
Norfolk, Va. 

Assistant Freight Traffic Manager 
R. I. Cheatham, Norfolk, Va. 

General Freight Agent— L. E. Chale- 
nor, Norfolk, Va. 

SMOKY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY < <>. 
President- W. M. Ritter, Columbus. 
Ohio 

Superintendent — S. M. Wolfe, Proc 
tor, N. C. 

Treasurer— C. B. Weakler, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 

Secretary— Jas. S. Hamlll, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 



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NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS. 



General Industrial Agent — J. W. 
White, Norfolk, Va. 

SANUOKD AM) TROY KAILKOAD 
COMPANY. 

President — John B. Leunig, Brides- 
burs.'. Pa, 

General Manager — John H. Kenne- 
dy. Gulf, N. C. 

Secretary and Treasurer — John L. 
Tull, Hemp, N. C. 



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. Gulp, Wash- 
ington, D. O. 

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 York. N. Y. 

Treasurer — H. C. Ansley, Washing- 
ton. D. C. 

General Counsel at New York — 
Francis L. Stetson, New York. 

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

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

Genera] Solicitor — W. A. Henderson, 
Washington. D. C. 

Comptroller — A. H. Plant. Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Assistant Comptroller — B. H. Kem- 
per. Washington, D. C. 

Auditor — H. H. Lausrhton. 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- 
rille; T. S. Bos well, Asheville. 

Freight Traffic Manager — L. Green, 
Washington, D. C. 

Passenger Traffic Manager — S. H. 
Hardwick, Washington, D. C. 

General Passenger Agent — H. F. 
Cary. Washington, D. C. 

Freight Traffic Manager — L. Green, 
Washington, D. C. 

Assistant Freight Traffic Manager — 
G. R. Browder, Washington. D. C. 

Assistant Freight Traffic Manager — 
R. L. McKellar, Louisville. Ky. 



Assistant Freight Traffic Manager — 
i: 11. Shaw. Atlanta, Ga. 

Genera] Freight Agent — Randall 
Clifton, Atlanta, Ga. 
SNOW BIRD VALLEY RAILWAY. 

President — J. Q. Barker, Andrews. 

V ice-President and Treasurer — W. 
A. Lewin, Andrews. 

General Manager and Secretary — E. 
G. Hinnermann, Andrews. 
TENNESSEE & NORTH CAROLINA 
RAILROAD. 

President — R. F. Whitmar, Phila- 
delphia. 

Secretary-Treasurer — D. G. Wilson, 
Philadelphia. 

General and Traffic Manager — A. J. 
McMahan, Newport, Tenn. 



Lumber- 
Lum- 



VIRGINIA & CAROLINA SOUTHERN 
RAILWAY. 

President — A. W. McLean, 
ton. 

Superintendent— J. P. Russell 
berton. 

Treasurer — A. T. McLean, Lumber- 
ton. 

Secretary — H. B. Jennings, Lumber- 
ton, 

Traffic Manager — J. F. Head. Lum- 
berton. 

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 & VAXDEMERE. 

President — A. D. McLean. Washing- 
General Manager — W. N. Royall, 
Wilmington. 

Treasurer — J. F. Post. Wilmington. 
WATAUGA TURNPIKE COMPANY. 

President — W. A. Barber, Edgemont. 

Vice-President — L. T. Nichols, Edge- 
mont. 

Secretary — W. K. Kearsley, Edge- 
mont. 

Treasurer — F. Wolfe. Edgemont. 
WELLINGTON & POWELLS VILLE 
R. R. COMPANY. 

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

Superintendent — W. M. Corwin. 
Ahoskie. 

Secretary — H. T. Wilkinson. Roan- 
oke. Va. 

General Freight and Passenger Agt. 
— S. H. Hatton Windsor. 
WINSTON-SALEM SOUTHBOUND 
RAILWAY COMPANY. 

President — Hv. E. Fries, Winston- 
Salem. N. C. 

General Manager — W. N. Royall. 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Secretary — H. T. Wilkinson, Roan- 
oke, Va. 

Treasurer — Jas. F. Post, Wilming- 
ton. N. C 



NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS. 



Donaldson Military School 



INCORPORATED 



A PREPARATORY SCHOOL THAT PREPARES 



S. M. REED, HEADMASTER 



FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA. 



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

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



THE RAILWAYS OF THE WORLD. 

A table prepared for the Archiv fur 
Eisenbahnwesen, states that at the 
commencement of 190S the total rail- 
way mileage of the whole world was 
594,842 miles divided as follows : 
America, 302,928; Europe, 199,346; 
Asia, 50,284; 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; Germanv, $108,500; Italy, 
$125,300; Russia, $79,600 per mile. In 
the United States the average cost has 
been $68,S00 ; 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. 



PATRIOTIC DATES. 

August 25, 1774 Provincial Con- 
gress of North Carolina met at New 
Bern. 

April 3, 1775: Provincial Congress 
of North Carolina met at New Bern. 

August 20, 1775: Provincial Con- 
gress of North Carolina met at Hills- 
boro. 

April 4, 1776: Provincial Congress 
of North Carolina met at Halifax. 

November 12, 1770: Provincial Con- 
gress of North Carolina met at Hall- 
fax. 

June 21, 1831 : old Capitol Build- 
ing in Raleigh, together with Ca- 
nova's Statue of Washington, de- 
stroyed by fire. 

January 14. 1771 : The Duke of 
Beaufort, Grand Master of Masons in 
England, commissioned Joseph Mont- 
fort, of North Carolina. Provincial 
Grand Master of America. 

July 4, 1833: Cornerstone of the 
new T Capitol laid in Raleigh. 

April 12, 1775: Halifax Revolution. 

January 6, 1765: Resistance of 
Stan)]i Act at Brunswick. 

May 16, 1771 : Battle of Alamance 
Court House. 

May 20, 1775: Signing of the Meck- 
lenburg Declaration of Independence. 

May 20. 1861: North Carolina se- 
ceded. 

February 27. 1776: Battle of Moore's 
Creek. 

November 21, 1789 Federal Consti- 
tution ratified. 

July 4. 1584: Landing of Raleigh's 
Colony on Roanoke island. 

October 25. 1771: Edcntoii Ten 
Party. 



76 POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES. 

XHE UNITED STATES TOTAL POPULATION COMPARATIVE 
SUMMARY FOR 1910-1900. 

INCREASE. 

Rank in 
1900 to 1910. Popula- 

No. P.Ct. tion. 

STATES. 1910. 1900. 1910-1900. 
The United States (inclusive 

of Alaska, Hawaii and Porto 

Rico) 93,402.151 a 77,256,630 16,145,521 20.9 .. .. 

Continental United States. . .91,972,266 75,994,575 15,977,691 20.1 .. .. 

Alabama 2,13S,09g 1,828,697 309,396 16.9 18 18 

Arizon 204,354 122,931 81,423 66.2 47 49 

Arkansas 1,574,449 1,311,564 262,S85 20.0 25 25 

California 2,377,549 1,485,053 892,496 60.1 12 21 

Colorado 799,024 539,700 259.324 48.0 33 31 

Connecticut 1,114,756 908,420 206,336 22.7 32 29 

Delaware 202,322 184,735 17,587 9.5 48 40 

District of Columbia 331,069 278,718 52,351 18.8 41 42 

Florida 752,019 528,542 222.097 42.4 34 32 

Georgia 2,609.121 2,216,331 392.790 17.7 ,i0 .'1 

Idaho 325,59*1 161,772 163,822 101.3 46 47 

Illinois 5,63S,59l 4,821,550 817,041 16.9 3 3 

Indiana 2,700,S76 2,516,462 184,414 7.3 9 8 

[owa 2,224,771 2,231,853 b7,082 10.3 15 10 

Kansas 1,690,949 1,470,495 220.454 15.0 22 22 

Kentucky 2,289,905 2,147,174 142,731 6.6 14 12 

Louisiana 1,656,338 1,381,625 274,763 19.9 24 23 

Maine 742.371. 694,466 47,905 6.9 35 30 

Maryland 1,295,346 1,188,044 107.302 9.0 27 26 

Massachusetts 3,366,416 2.S05,346 561.070 20.0 6 7 

Michigan 2,810,173 2,420,982 389,191 16.1 8 9 

Minnesota 2,075,708 1,751,394 324,314 18.5 19 19 

Mississippi 1,797,114 1,551,270 245.844 15.8 21 20 

Missouri 3,293.335 3,106,665 1S6.670 6.0 7 5 

Montana 376,05.3 243.329 131.724 54.5 41 44 

Nebraska 1,192,214 1,066.300 125,914 11.8 29 27 

Nevada 81,875 42,335 39,540 93.4 51 r,2 

New Hampshire 430,572 411,588 18,984 4.0 40 36 

New Jersev 2,537,167 1.883,669 653,496 34.7 11 16 

New Mexico 327,301 195,310 131.991 67.5 45 45 

New York 9,113.014 7.26S.S94 1,844,720 25.4 1 1 

North Carolina 2.206,287 1,893,810 312,477 16.5 16 15 

North Dakota 577,056 319,146 257,910 S0.8 38 41 

Ohio 4,767,121 4,157.545 609.576 14.7 4 4 

Oklahoma 1,657,155 790,391 866,764 109.7 23 c38 

Oregon 672,765 413,536 259,229 62.7 36 35 

Pennsvlvania 7,665,111 6,302,115 1,362.996 21.6 2 2 

Rhode Island 542,610 428,556 114,054 26.6 39 34 

South Carolina 1,515,400 1,340,316 175,084 13.1 26 24 

South Dakota 583.SS8 401,570 182.318 45.4 37 3< 

Tennessee 2.184,789 2.020,616 164.173 8.1 17 14 

Texas 3.896542 3.04S.710 847,832 27.8 5 6 

Utah " 373,351 276,749 96,602 34.9 42 43 

Vermont 355,956 343,641 12,315 3.6 43 40 

Virginia 2,061.012 1,854,184 207.42S 11.2 20 17 

Washington 1,141.990 518,103 623,887 120.4 30 33 

West Virginia 1.221.119 958,800 262,319 27.4 28 28 

Wisconsin 2.333,860 2,069,042 264,818 12.7 13 13 

Wyoming 145,965 92.531 53,434 57.7 50 5b 

' Alaska 64.356 63,592 764 1.0 52 51 

Hawaii 191,909 154,001 37.908 23.9 49 48 

Porto Rico 1,118.012 b953,243 31 .. 

Military and naval 55,608 91.219 

a Includes 953.243 persons in Porto Rico (1S99 census), 
b Decrease. 

c Indian Territory ranked 39 in population in 1900. but for comparison 

the population is included in the Oklahoma figures. 



IMPORTANT ANNIVERSARIES. 



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Co-educational. Excellent faculty. Course of study thoroughly re-or- 
ganized and extended. Graduates admitted, without examination, into any 
Southern College or University. All modern conveniences — electric lights, 
water and city sewerage and patent ventilating furnaces. 

DEPARTMENTS: Preparatory, Collegiate, Music and Commercial 
(southern branch of Eastman Business College). 

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For attractive Catalogu e, Address, 

Frank H. Curtiss, President. 



Important Anniversaries 



Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Feb. 



S. 
17, 
19, 
27. 
12 



Feb. 15. 

Feb. 22. 

March 5. 

March 15. 

April C. 

April 9. 

April 12. 

April 12. 

April 13. 

April 14. 
Ap. 1S-19. 

April 19. 

April 30. 

May 1. 

May 13. 

May 20. 

* 

June 14. 

June 15. 

June 17. 



Emancipation Proclamation 
by Lincoln, 1S63. 
Battle of New Orleans, 1815. 
Franklin born, 1706. 
Robert E. Lee born, 1807. 
German Emperor born, 1859. 
Abrabam Lincoln born, 
1809. 

Battleship Maine blown up, 
1898. 

George Washington born, 
1732. 

Boston Massacre, 1770. 
Andrew Jackson born. 1767. 
The North Pole reached by 
Commander Robt. E. Peary, 
1909. 

Lee surrendered at Appo- 
mattox. 1S65. 

Fort Sumter fired on. 1861. 
Henry Clay born, 1777. 
Thomas Jefferson born. 
1743. 

Lincoln assassinated, 1865. 
Earthquake and great con- 
flagration at San Fraicisco, 
1906. 

Battles of Lexington and 
cord, 1775. 

Washington was inaugu- 
rated first President, 1789. 
Dewey destroyed the Span- 
ish fleet at Manila, 1898 
First English permanent 
settlement in America, at 
Jamestown. 1607. 
Mecklenburg, N. C, Decla- 
ration of Independence, 
1775. 

Flag Dav in the United 
States. 

King John granted Magna 
charter at Runnymede, 
1215. 
Battle of Bunker Hill. 1775. 



June 
June 


IS. 
28. 


July 
July 


1-3. 
2. 


July 


3. 


July 


4. 


July 


14. 


July 
July 

Aug. 


1C. 
21. 

13. 


Aug. 


16. 


Sep. 


6. 


Sep. 


10. 


Sei>. 


11. 


Sep. 
Sep. 


13. 
14. 


Sep. 3 7. 
Sep. 19-20. 


Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 


8.11. 

8-11. 

12. 


Oct. 


17 


Oct . 


19. 


Nov. 


5 


Nov. 
Nov. 


9. 
25. 



[Id-. 



Battle of Waterloo. 1815. 
Battle of Fort Moultrie, 
Charleston, S. C, 1770. 
Battle of Gettysburg, 1S63. 
President Garfield shot, 
1881. 

Cervera's fleet was de- 
stroyed off Santiago, 1S98. 
Declaration of Independ- 
ence, 1776. 

The Bastile was destroyi 
1789. 

Santiago surrendered, 1898. 
Battle of Bull Run, 1861. 
Manila surrendered to 
Americans, 189S. 
Battle of Bennington, Va., 
1777. 

President McKinley shot 
at Buffalo, 1901. 

Battle of Lake Erie. Per- 
ry's, victory. 1813. 

Battle of Lake Champlain, 
McDonough's victory. L814. 

Battle of Chanultepec. 1847. 

City of Mexico taken by 
S. troops, 1947. 

Battle of Antietam. 1862. 
Battle of Chickamauga, 
1863. 

Great fire of Chicago, 1871. 

Great fire of Chicago. 1871. 

Columbus d i s <• o v e r e >\ 
America. 1 192. 

Burgoyne surrendered al 
Saratoga, 1777. 

Cornwallis surrendered, 
Yorktown, 1781. 

Guy FawksDa y in Eng 
land. The Gunpowder Plol 
discovered. 1604. 

Great fire of Boston, 1872. 

British evacuated New 
York. ITS.",. 

Battle of Austerlltz, 1805. 



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CAME BIRDS— ETC. 



AGRICULTURAL and MECHANICAL 
COLLEGE FOR the COLORED RACE 

Greensboro N, C. 



Open all the year round. No where else in the country can better 
facilities for practical education be secured on such easy terms. Do you 
know a young: man who is unable to pay, but who is willing- to work for 
an education? Do you know a young- negro who is ambitious to become 
a good farmer or mechanic? If so, please recommend him to write for 
catalog or further information to 



Jas. B. Dudley, President, 

Greensboro, N. C. 



14. Washington died. 1799. 
16. Boston "Tea party." 1773. 
16. The great fire in New 

York. is:;r,. 
22. Mayflower pilgrims lauded 

at Plymouth Rock, 1620. 
Dee. 25-26. Battle of Trenton. N. J.. 

1776. 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 



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 and smaller 
game and fish). 



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 galliuules, 
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. Eeb- 
iuary 1 to October 1. 

Open season : Quail. November 1 to 



TOBACCO PRODUCTION 

Total in U. S 984.349,000 pounds 

In North Carolina. .129.600,000 

Kentucky 381.024.000 

Virginia 124,800,000 

Ohio 75,087.000 

Tennessee 64.000,000 



MAMT ACTCRES IN NORTH CARO- 
LINA. 

Capital employed 8141.000,639 

Wase earners So, 339 

W.-iires paid 21,375,294 

Value of product 142,520,776 



RAILROAD MILEAGE. 

The railroad mileage in the United 
i States is 238,609.28. In North Caro 
! Una it is 4,576.57. 



DEVELOPED HORSE POWER. 

The developed horse power in the 
United States is 5,356,680. In North 
Carolina it is 162.2.84. 



CIRCULATION PER CAPITA. 

The circulation per capita in th. 
United States in 1911 was S34.3o. 



NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN 

RAILROAD 



"Route of the Night Express' 



New Short Line Through Eastern 
North Carolina 



Direct Line Between 

NORFOLK 
RALEIGH-GOLDSBORO-NEW BERN 



VIA 



Washington, Kinston, Greenville, Farmvilie, 
Wilson and Points North and South. 

Electric-lighted Pullman Sleeping and Parlor 
Cars, Fast Schedules, Best Service, New Equip- 
ment. 

CALL ON TICKET AGENTS FOR FULL IN- 
FORMATION. 



B. L. BUGG, W. \V. CROXTON, D. V. CONN. 

Traffic Manager, General Passenger Agent, General Agent, 

NORFOLK, VA. NORFOLK, VA. RALEIGH, N. < 



so 



NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 



The Sworn Daily Average Circulation 

of the 





IS OVER 

3A% 



Greater than that of Any 
Other Daily in North Caro- 
lina and over Three Times 
that of Any Other Daily in 
Raleigh. 



ADVERTISING 
RRINGS 



4 



TIMES THE 
RETURNS 



GROWTH OF CIRCULATION 



1895 2,500 

1896 3,100 

1897 3,400 

1898 4,880 

1899 5,200 

1900 5,700 

1901 6,500 

1902 .... 7,054 

1903 8,201 



1904 9,111 

1905 10,202 

1906 11,071 

1907 12,274 

1908 ........12,321 

1909 15,065 

1910 15,195 

1911 15,427 



W. H. BAGLEY, Business Manager, 
Raleigh, N. C. 



ALAMANCE COUNTY. 



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ALAMANCE COUNTY 



COUNTY SKAT, GRAHAM. 



Population, (Census 1910), 2S.721. 

Formed in 1848. Named after Alamance Creek. 

Area: 430 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $5,425,427; value personal property, $2,799,507. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, $7,925,189; by negroes, $299,845. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 18 l-3e. on the -S10U; roads and bridges, 
16 2-3c. ; special, 4c. County bonded debt. .$250,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, about 800. Worked by convict labor and 
hired help. 50 m'les macadam road in county. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

North Carolina Railroad, 17.05 miles, assessed value $1,184,929.41 

Pullman Company, assessed value 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 

MeNane-Ridgev lie Telephone Company, assessed value 

Gibsonville Telephone Company, assessed value 

S ill hern Hell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co.. assessed value 

Cane Creek Telephone Company, assessed value 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 

Southern Power Company, assessed value 

Southern Alamance Telephone Company, assessed value 



3,307.70 
3,105.25 
4,405.56 

117 00 
603.00 

21,088.00 

1,412.00 

806.00 

1,095 

20.698.00 

1,200.00 



Superior Court Terms: March 4th; May 27th 
(criminal) ; November 4th (criminal). 



(civil) ; September 2d 



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. 

Surveyor— Lewis H. Holt, Graham. 

Co. Supt. of Health — George W. 
Long, Graham. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — J. B. Robert- 
son, Burl'ngton. 

Supt. of County Home— J. H. Tarp- 
ley, Graham. 

Co. Board of Education — J. L. Scott, 
(chrm.), Burlington; S. E. Tate. Me- 
bane, R. F. D. No. 3; J. 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. Burlinarton : 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, Burlinq-ton. 

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 : V. S. 
Freeland, Burlington, 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 .Mo- 
Bane, Snow Camp. R. F. D. No. 1; J. 
M. Foust, Snow Camp, R. F. 1). No. 
1; M. C. McBane, Manndale: Charles 
G. Durham. Saxapahaw; James G. 
Braxton, Saxapahaw; W. M. Lewis, 
Saxapahaw. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Thompson — George T. Morrow. Me- 
bane, R. F. D. No. 4; Thomas A. Mor- 
row. Graham, R. F. D. No. -J; Charles 
YV. Bradshaw, Swepsonville. 

Melville — H. A. Bason. Mebane. 

Faucett — A. O. Huffman, Burlington, 
R. F. D. No. 5; Charles A. Wilson 
Burlington. R .F. D. No. 2: John II. 
Wilkins, Burlington, R. F. D. No. 2; 
Gus. A. Garrison, Burlington, R. V. I». 
No. 2. 

Boon Station— Jacob C. Whit 
Burlington, R. F. D. No. 4; Jerry A. 
Wmtesell, Elon College; Win. D. 
Newell. Elon Pollcro. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Morton — D. M. Ireland. Elon College, 
R. F. I>. No. l : P. V. Bowles. Altama- 
haw, R. F. D. No. 2; R. V. Moo, v. Al- 
tamahaw; Wm. II. Gilliam, All 
haw: W. A. Paschal. Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 8: John W. Garrison. Bur- 
lington, R. F. D. No. S. 

AlbrigHt— Alson G. Thompson, Gra- 
ham, R. F. D. No. i : [saac Folt, <:ra- 
inm. R. F. D. No. 1; T. P. Nicholson, 
Burlington, R. F. D. No. 7. 

Uurlinuton— II. I". Moore, JOS. I'. 
Albright, -las. W. Montgomery, W. 
Luther Cates, B. M. Scott, A. A. 



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ALAMANCE COUNTY. 



Apple, A. M. Garwood, L. D. Meador, 
Robt. J. Hall, A. F. Barrett, Burling- 
ton. 

Pleasant Grove — C. It. McCauley, 
Burlington, R. F. D. No. 3; W. B. 
Sellars, Mebane, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Patterson — J. H. Bailiffe, Kimes- 
ville; W. D. Adams, Burlington, k. 
F. D. No. 7 : Wm. A. Tinnin, Burling- 
ton, R. F. D. No. 7: R. J. Thompson, 
Rock Creek, R. F. D. No 2. 

Coble — John Dixon, Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 7: C. F. Robertson, Burling- 
ton. R. F. D. No. 7. 

Haw River — J. H. Blackmon, Haw 
River. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

W. F. Brooks, Graham, R. F. D. 2. 

Rev. Mr. Sampler, Mebane, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Iseley, R. A. F., Burlington, R. F. 
D. No. 7. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Gilliam Academy — -J. W. Gilliam, 
Principal, Altamahaw, R. F. D. No. 1. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Weatherly, J. B., Altamahaw. 

Iseley, 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.. Shetuckit. 

Moore, R. H., Burlington. R. F. D. 

McPherson, Robert G., Saxapahaw. 

Thompson, J. M., Mebane. 

Barefoot, J. J., Swepsonville. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Dailey, E. L., Mebane, R. F. D 
No. 3. 

Kernodle, D. W., Altamahaw. 

Porterfleld. J. M„ 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. 

Meuefee, J. W., Graham. 

Thompson, Charles A., Graham. 

Dickey, A. S., Haw River, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLk. 

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. 

Lindsay, S. G., Principal, Graham. 

Carter, Miss Mary, Graham. 

Carter, Miss Lillie, Graham. 

Price, Miss Cormen, Graham. 

Wills, Miss Annie Louise, Graham. 

Long, Miss Annie, Graham. 

Burch, Miss Lucy, Graham. 

Goley, Miss Margaret, Graham. 

Ruffln, Miss Ruth, Graham. 

Baxter, Miss Bessie, Graham. 

Kernodle, Miss June Ray, Graham. 

Kennedy, Miss Marjorie. Graham. 

Cooper, W. L. Jr., Principal, Me- 
bane. 

Bell, Miss Carrie, Mebane. 

McFarland, Mrs. M. M., Mebane. 

Crawford, Mrs. Annie, Mebane. 

Fowler, Miss Lily, Mebane. 

Wright, Nat, Principal, Haw River. 

Wright, Mrs. Nat, Haw River. 

Clayton, Miss Lewa, Haw R ; ver. 

Brewer, Miss Lillie, Haw River. 

Franklin. Miss Iola, Haw River. 

Singleterry, G. C, Principal, Bur- 
lington. 

Walker, Joseph, Burlington. 

McFayden, Miss Miriam, Burling- 
ton. 

Hyatt, Miss Sybil, Burlington. 

Austin, Miss Delha. Burlington. 

Smith. Miss Sadie L.. Burlington. 

Robinson, Miss Blanche, Burling- 
ton. 

Dailey, Miss Byrde, Burlington. 

Iseley. Mrs. W. C, Burlington. 

Fonville, Miss Mamie. Burlington. 

Hancock, Miss Cornelia, Burlington. 

Bryan, Miss Katherine, Burlington. 

Blue, Miss Ila, Burlington. 

Hornaday, Miss Bernice, Burling- 
ton. 

Mizelle, Miss Margaret, Burlington. 

Iseley, Miss Mabel, Burlington. 

Webster. Miss Annie, Burlington. 

Singleterry, Miss Bertha, Burling- 
ton. 

McVey. Miss Mary, Liberty, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Andrews, Miss Emma, Liberty, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Clendenin, Miss Nina, Hartshorn, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Reece. Miss Ila, Hartshorn, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Tseley. D. K.. Rock Creek. 

Carter, Thos. C, Liberty, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Hockett, Miss Octavia, Snow Camp. 

L'neberger. Mr., Snow Camp. 

Rightsell, Mrs. Fannie I., Burling- 
ton. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Harris, Miss Blanche, Burlington, 
R. F. D. No. 7. 



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83 



Love, Miss Viola, Burlington. R. F. 
D. No. 7. 

Hoinewood, Miss Elizabeth, Burl- 
ington, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Smith, Miss Verna, Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 10. 

Smith, Miss Mary, Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Clapp, Miss Eugenia, Burlington, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Clapp, Miss Espie, Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

McCoy, Miss Louise, Elon College. 

Griffin, Miss Appie, Elon College. 

Smith, Mrs. W. L.. Elou College. 

Howard, Miss Annie, Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 6. 

Pliipps. Miss Sallie, Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 6. 

McKinney, Miss, Elon College, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Barker. Miss Bertha. Elou College. 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Sharpe, S. A., Elon College, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Pegg, Miss Roella. Altamahaw. 

Pegg. Miss Floy, Altamahaw. 

Dawson, W. H., Altamahaw. 

McCulloch, J. C Burlington, R. F. 
D. No. S. 

Pickett. Miss lone. Burlington. R. 
F. D. No. S. 

Moser, Miss Ann, Burlington, R. F. 
D. No. 8. 

Albright. Miss Nettie. Burlington. 
R. F. D. No. 8. 

Bennett, Mark, Burlington, R. F. 
D. No. S. 

Snrth, Miss Etta, Burlington. R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

McCaulay, Miss Selma. Union 
R'dge. 

Garrison, M : ss Minnie. Burlington, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Craves. Miss Alma. Burlington. R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Howard, Miss Bessie Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Holt. Miss Julia, Burlington, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Robertson. Miss Florine, Burling- 
ton, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Clapp. Mis s Blanche, Burlington, It. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Grceson, M'ss Wilsie. Graham. 

Russell. Miss Ethel, Burlington. 

Stout. H. C, Burlington. 

Laslev, Miss Adelaide, Graham, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Nicholson, Miss Myrtle, Rock Creek. 

Stallings, Miss Lalah. Graham. R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Marrow, Miss Annie, Saxapahaw. 

L'ndlov. Miss Lillian, Saxapahaw. 

Holmes, Mr. Geo. W., Saxapahaw. 

Teague, Miss Rox'o. Saxapahaw. 

Winslow. John. Saxapahaw. 

Woody, Miss Taey, Saxapahaw. 

Lamherth. Miss Mary. Snow Camn. 



Newlin, Mahlon, Snow Camp. 

Foust, Lonnie M., Snow Camp. 

Foust, Miss Lizabelle, Snow Camp. 

Teaguc, .Miss Blanche, Snow Camp. 

Ingle, J. B., Snow Camp. 

Ellington. R. l'., Saxapahaw. 

Moore, Miss Myrtle, Mebane. 

Thompson, Miss Bessie, Mebane. 

Albright, Miss Flora. Swepsonville. 

Mclntyre, Miss Fannie, Swe] 
ville. 

Duncan, Miss Sallie, Swepsonville. 

Lasley, Miss Annie, Mebane. 

Rogers, Ben M., Mebane. 

Caraway, Miss. Mebane. 

Cobb, Mrs. J. D. F., Mebane, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Cobb, .1. D. F.. Mebane, It. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Zimmerman. Miss Annie. \V;:!son, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Patton, Miss tola. Burlington, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Rumbley, E. C, Burlington. 

Garrison. Miss Bettie, Burlington. 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Garrison. Miss Bronna, Burlington, 
R. F. D. No. ::. 

Montgomery. Miss Minnie. Burling- 
ton. 

Hoffman. Mis s Grace, Burlington. 

McLendon. Miss Nellie, Burlington. 

Andrews. Miss Ella J., Burlington. 

Zimmerman, Miss Annie. Burling- 
ton, R. F. D. No. 7. 



GRAHAM. 

Incorporated in 1850. 

Population. 1910: 3,150. 

Value real estate. $648,603; value 
personal property, ?655,5S3. 

No. white polls, 561 : No. colored 
polls, 122. 

Tax Kate: School, 30c. and town 
00c. on the $100. 

Bonded debt. 810.000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

"Mayor — J. Adolph Long. 

Chief of Poliei — W. T. Wilson. 

City Clerk— A. P. Williams. 

Treasurer — A. P. Williams. 

Tax Collect©] — W. T. Wilson. 

Postmaster — Heenan Hugh 

R. K. Agent— M. W. Young. South- 
ern Railway. 

Express Agent— T. ('. Montgomery, 

Telegraph Manager—*'. S. Loftis, 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— Rev. • (. C. Bocut, Pastor, 

Christian — Rev. J. F. Morgan, Pas- 
tor. 

Methodist R. <:. L. Edwards. 

Presbyterian E. C. Murray. Pastor. 

[Method! si Protestant — Rev. O. L. 
Currie, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Graham Graded Schools S. G. Lind- 
say. P rincipal. 



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HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Tlic 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. Adolph Long, 
President; C. C. Thompson, Cashier. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Graham Home Building Co. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Parks & Jeffreys. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Hadley, A. M. , 

Paves, M. It.. & Bros. 

Nicks, W. J. 

Albright, J. D., & Co. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Pickard, S. M. 
Black Bros. 
Smith, W. P. 

BARBERS. 
Edwards, Ed. C. 
Holt & McPherson. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 
Hadley & Hughes. 
Graham Buggy iV; Implement Co. 
COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
Oneida Cotton Mills. 
Sidney Cotton Mills. 
Travora Cotton Mills. 
Leota Cotton Mills. 
River Calls Cotton Mills Co. 
Graham Hosiery Mill Co. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Graham Drue; Co. 
Blaekman & Farrell. 
Thomas Store Co. 
Andrews, \V. L. 
Alamance Pharmacy. 
Carolina Drug Co. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Johnston, Sam T. 
Nicholson, A. B. 
Pastor. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Moon Bros. 
Graham Ice Co. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
J. A. Long, President. 

CLOTHIEKS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Hadley, A. M. 
Rives, M. R., & Bro. 

COTTON GINS. 
Thompson, Charles A. 

DENTISTS. 
Long, Will S., Jr. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Graham Drug- Co. 
Carolina Drug Co. 
Alamance Pharmacy. 

DOCTORS. 
Long, George W. 
Goley, W. R. 
Walker, Walter E. 
Paris, O. J. 



LAWYERS. 

Parker, E. S. 
Long, J. A. 

Cook, J. S. 
Hughes, Heenan. 
Parker, E. S„ Jr. 
Long, J. E. 
Long, Dolph. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Albright, J. D., & Co. 

Rives, M. R., & Bro. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Graham Water and Electric Co. 
FRUIT DEALERS. 

Thomas Store Co. 

Farrell, R. H. 

Nicks, W. J. 

Clark, A. A. 

Black Bros. 

Blaylock Bros. 

Norwood, A. W. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Nicks, W. J. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. • 

Farrell, R. H. 

Nicks. W. J. 

Bamm, H. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Green & McClure Furniture Co. 

GROCERS. 
Norwood, A. W. 
Euliss, V. M. 
Blaylock Bros. 
Farrell, R. H. 
Nicks, W. J. 
Black, J. T., & Bro. 
Clark. A. A. 
Moore. C. E., & Co. 
Thomas Store Co. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Graham Hardware Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Graham Underwriters (Fire). 
Thompson, C. C. (Fire). 

JEWELERS. 

Hadley, Z. T. 

LAUNDRIES. 
Sing Lee. 

LIVERY 'STABLES. 

Moore, W. C. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S AND DEALERS 

Walker & McAdams. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
Graham Hardware Co. 
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Graham Hardware Co. 
PAINTERS. 
Tinnin, J. M. 
Tinnin, Richard. 
Jones, John R. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Thomas Store Co. 
Black Bros. 
Nicks. W. J. 
Farrell, R. H. 

PLUMBERS. 

Graham Water & Electric Co. 
PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Anglin, J. M. 



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PRINTING OFFICES. 

Hughes & Poster. 
Alamance Gleaner. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Alamance Gleaner (Weekly) — J. D. 
Kernodle, Editor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Cook & McCracken. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Walker & McAdama. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Graham Undertakers. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Jesse Bradshaw. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Scott-Mebane M'f'g Co. (Shirts and 
overalls). 

Graham Milling Co. (Flouring 
Mills). 



BURLINGTON. 

Population, 1910: 6,000. 

Tax Rate: 80c. on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $110,000. 

Floating debt. $10,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. H. Freeland. 

Chief of Police— J. L. Patillo. 

City Clerk — J. P. Montgomery. 

Treasurer — J. P. Montgomery. 

Tax Collector — A. A. Russell. 

City Attorney — E. S. W. Dameron. 

Supt. of Health — L. A. Walker. 

Postmaster — J. Zeb. Waller. 

R. R. Agent— E. W. Franklin. 

Express Agent — John M. Coble. 

Telegraph Managers — Carson Dur- 
ham, Western Union ; Miss A. V. 
King, Postal. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — S. L. Morgan, Pastor. 

Christian — A. B. Kendall, Pastor. 

Episcopal — J. B. Gibble, Rector. 

Lutheran — C. I. Morgan, Pastor. 

Methodist— T. A. Sykes. Pastor; 
Burlington Circuit, W. J. Hackney. 

Presbyterian — D. Mclver, Pastor. 

Reformed — .1. D. Andrews. Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant— T. E. Davis. 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Burlington Graded School — G. C. 
Singletarry, Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Ward Hotel. 

Newlin Hotel. 

Morrow House. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Davis, Bob. 

Mitchell, A. C. 

Nicholson, T. G. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Alamance Loan & Trust Co. — J. M. 
Fix, Cashier. 

First National Bank— A. L. Davis, 
Cashier. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Alamance Home Building and Loan 
Association. 



BRICK MAN FACT RERS. 
Midway Brick Co. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Foster Shoe Co. 
Hart-Cates Shoe Co. 

BOOK STORES. 
Neese, C. F. 
Stewart. J. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Allen & Isley. 
Malone & Huffines. 
CARRIAGE M'F'KS. AND DEALERS 
Holt & May. 
Card well, X. S. 
Coble & Bradshaw. 

CLUBS. 
Swanuanoa Club. 

COMMISSION .MERCHANTS. 
Sharpe, S. 

Burlington Brokerage Co. 
COTTON AND HOSIERY' MILLS. 
Burlington Hosiery Mills. 
Sellars Hosiery Mills. 
Whitehead Hosiery Mill. 
Daisy Hosiery Mill. 
Murray Hosiery Mill. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Tisdale. J. M. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 
Davis, J. A. R. 
Mitchell, A. C. 
Nicholson, T. G. 
Spoon Bros. 

COAL AND AVOOD DEALERS. 
Trollinaer, H. \\ . 
Cates. .1. W. 
Hall, R. J. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
J. W. Murrav. President. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FLRNISHERS. 
Sellars, B. A. 
Isley, J. A.. 
Goodman, B. 
Anthony, Geo. W., Co. 

DENTISTS. 
Morrow, R. M. 
Brooks, J. H. 
^rost, J. S. 

TOBACCO DEALERS. 
Paragon, The 
Tisdale, J. M. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Freeman Drug Co. 
Burlington l>rug Co. 
Stroud. T. H. 
Bradley, A. 

DOCTORS. 
Walker, L. A. 
Fancette, T. S. 



Page, J. W. 
Montgomery, 
Anderson, C 
Freeman, P. 
Stafford, w. G. 
Rohanan, T. A 
Moser, D. H. 

DltV (JOODS 

Goodman, B. 



II. M. 
A. 
A. 



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Isley, J. A. 

Sellars, B. A. 

Whitted Bros. 

Hay, W. E. 

Cooper Dry Goods Co. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Burlintrton Electric Co. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 

Paragon, The 

Burlington Produce Co. 
FERTILIZER DEALEP* & M'F'R'S. 

Trollinger, H. W. 

Dailey, J. G. 

FLORISTS. 

Burke Furniture Co. 

Freeman Drug Co. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Foster, H. M. 

Fowler, T. B. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Sykes Bros. 

Petty Machine Co. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Isley, J. A., Co. 

Burke Furniture Co. 

M. B. Smith Furniture Co. 

GROCERS. 

Tisdale. J. M. 
Isley V>ros. 
Spoon Bros. 
Moore, D. M. 
Florence & Walker. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Holt & May. 
Burlington Hardware Co 
Coble & Bradshaw. 
Isley, J. A., & Bro. 

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. 
Ward, W. I. 
Dameron, 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, James. 
Petty Machine Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Burlington Coffin Co. 
Geo. W. Anthony Lumber Co. 
Burlington Lumber Co. 
Petty Machine Co. 
Carolina Bridge Co. 



PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Holt & May. 
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. 
J. M. Anglin Studio. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Pate, S. D., & Davies. 
Alamance Printing House. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Burlington News (Weekly) — R. M. 
Andrews. 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 Undertaking Co. 
Spoon, C. E. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Spoon, J. P. 
Hornaday, Dr. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Sellars. C. V. 

TOBACCO WAREHOUSES. 
Morgan, E. L. 
Booker & Thornburg. 



HAW RIVER. 

Not incorporated. 

Population, 1910: White, 1,500; col- 
eolerd 50; total, 1,550. 

Value real estate, $600,000; value 
personal property, $225,000. 

Postmaster — S. A. Vest. 

Deputy Sheriff — Geo. A. Blackman. 

R. R. Agent— S. A. Vest, Southern 
Railway. 

Express Agent— S. A. Vest, Southern 
Express Co. 

Manager Telegraph — C. R. Faucett, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist Protestant — Rev. G. L. 
Carry. Pastor. 

Methodist Episcopal — Rev. W. E. 
Trottman, Pastor; Haw River Cir- 
cuit, J. B. Perry. 



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Baptist — Rev. J. C. Hocutt, Pastor. 

Christian — Rev. Mr. Wickers, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Aycoek Graded School — Prof. Nat 
Wright, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 

Laird, E. C. 

Wilkins, J. C. 

McPherson, J. W. 

DRUGGISTS. 

McClarty, Eugene. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Blaekinon-Thompson Store Co. 

Johnston, J. W. & C. D- 

Simnis, J. W. 

Aldredge, J. R. & J. A. 

Simms, Joe. 

Anderson & Simpson. 

Purcell & Russell. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 

Blackman, J. H. 

McClure, Mrs. L. * 

LIVERY STABLES. 

McPherson Bros. 

Crutcbfield, W. J. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

The Holt-Granite M'f'g Co. 

Regina Hosiery Mfg. Co. 

Foundry and Machine Works. 

Thompson, J., & Son. 



MEBANE. 

Incorporated in 1002. 

Population, 1910: White, 1,100; 
colored, 100; total, 1,200. 

Value real estate, about $250,000; 
value personal property, about $250,- 
000. 

Tax Rate: 50c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— J. T. Shaw. 

Postmaster — S. Arthur White. 

Chief of Police — Roy Thompson. 

R. R. Agent— H. B. Slack, South- 
ern Railway Co. 

Manager Telegraph — E. Y. Fai-'rell, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Southern Express Co. — H. B. Slack. 
Agent. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — F. M. Hawley, Pastor. 

|Iethodist Episcopal — B. T. Hurley, 
Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — C. J. Ed- 
wards, Pastor. 

Baptist— No Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Mebane Graded School. 

Bingham School. (Outside corpor- 
ate limits). 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Merchants and Farmers — W. A. 
Murray, President; S. G. Morgan, 
Cashier". 

DOCTORS. 

York, N. D. 

Tate, W. N. 

Wells. J. M. 

Thompson, J. M. 



DRUGGISTS. 

White, F. L. 
Mebane Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Holmes-Warren Co. 
Wilkinson, II. 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. 
Lasley, J. H. 
Smith, C. C. 
Hunt, J. D. 
Church Grocery Co. 

JEWELERS. 

J. T. Shaw. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 

White House. 
Mebane House. 
Johnston House. 
Ferree. Mrs. I. L. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Meles, M. B. (Livery.) 
Warren & Warren. ( Sales). 

BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Mebane Home Builders Association 

DENTISTS. 

Crawford, E. A. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Morgan, S. G. 
White, J. S. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Mebane Leader (Weekly) — J. O. 

Foy, Editor. 

TOBACCO WAREHOUSES. 

Piedmont. 
Planters. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

White Furniture Co. 
Continental Chair Co. 
Mebane Bedding Co. 
Alamance Furniture Co. 
Nelson-Cooper Lumber Co. 
Tri-co-bian Co. (Hair Tonic). 
Mebane Iron Bed Co. 



ELON COLLEGE. 

Incorporated in 1893. 

Population, 1910: White, 225; col- 
ored, 5; total, 230. 

Value real estate and personal 
property, $145,000. 

Tax Rate: 25c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. P. Lawrence. 

Postmaster — J. W. Ingle. 

Chief of Police — II. M. Neese. 

R. R. Agent— J. (). Sutton, South- 
ern Railway Co. 

Managrer Telephone — Rev. L. T. COX, 
The Elon Party Line. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Christian— J. O. Atkinson, J. W. 
Wellons. 



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ALAMANCE— ALEXANDER. 



COLLEGES. 
Elon College Faculty. 

WILLIAM ALLEN HARPER, Pro- 
fessor in Latin ; President. 

REV. JOHN URQUHART NEW- 
MAN, Professor of Greek and Bibli- 
cal Literature. 

REV. WALTON CRUMP WICKER, 
Professor Mathematics and Philoso- 
phy. 

WALTER PHALTI LAWRENCE, 
Professor of English Language and 
Literature. 

NED FAFCETT BRANNOCK, Pro- 
fessor of Phvscs and Chemistry. 

A. LEGGETTE LINCOLN, Instruc- 
tor in Science and French. 

THOMAS C. AMICK. History and 
Preparatory Department. 

RUSSELL A. CAMPBELL, Instruc- 
tor in Latin. 

ROBERT SYDENS DOAK. Instruc- 
tor in Preparatory Department and 
Athlet'c D"rector. 

MISS FLORENCE WILSON, Di- 
rector Vocal and Instrumental Music 
and Harmony 

MISS MARY LOU PITT, Assistant 
in Voice and Piano. 

MTSS LINDA BARNES, Assistant 
'n Piano and Vo : ce. 

MISS CORNELIA BRYAN, 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 College Band. 

MISS ETHEL M. COOK, Libraran. 

MRS. SALLIE HOLLAND, Precep- 
tress, West Dormitory. 

PROF. HARPER, Supervisor, West 
.iid East Dormitories. 

MRS. ROSE MACHEN, Stewardess, 
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; H. D. Lambeth, 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Watson, G. S. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Reitzel, M. A. 

Hughes, C. A. , 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Clendenin, Mrs. J. E. 

Jones, Mrs. Sadie. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Cook, M. R. 

Brown, D. W. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS 

The Christian Sun (Weekly) — J. 
Atkinson. Editor. 

The Elon College Weekly — R. 
Campbell, Editor. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Elon Lumber Co. 

Swananoah M'f'g Co. (Hosiery). 

Elon Milling Co. (Flour and Lum- 
ber). 



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A. 



ALEXANDER COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, TAYLORSVILLE. 



of Alexander family, noted in Revolu- 



Population: (Census 1910), 11,592. 
Formed in 1847. Named in honor 
tiouary history. 

Area: 300 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $1,396,213; value of personal property, $883,684. 
Property listed in 1911, by whites, $2,249,724; by negroes, $30,173. 
No. of Schools: For whites, 55; for negroes. 5. 

on the $100; special, 20c. County 



Tax Rate: County purposes, 21c, 
bonded debt, $8,250.00. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 360. 
RAILROAD. TELEGRAPH AND 

Southern Railway Co.. 9.16 miles, 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 



Worked under old State Law. 
EXPRESS COMPANIES. • 

assessed value $358,340.10 

1.668.30 

258.65 



Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value. 

Peoples Telephone Co.. assessed value 

South Yadkin Telephone Co.. assessed value 

Superior Court Terms: February 19th ; September 16th. 



3.572.00 
1,096.00 

343.00 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— A. M. Mathe- 
son, Taylorsville. 

Sheriff — R. A. Adams. Hiddenite. 

Register of Deeds— W. H. Carson, 
Ta vlorsville. 

Treasurer — A. A. Deal, Taylorsville, 
R. F. D. 



Coroner — W. R. Childers, Taylors- 
ville. 

Surveyor — W. W. Teague, Bentley. 

Co. Supt. of Health— O. L. Hollar, 
Taylorsville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — A. F. Sharpe, 
Stony Point. 



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Supt. of County Home — D. A. Little, 
Jr., Taylorsville, R. F. D. 

Co. Board of Education — J. L. 
Gwaltney, Taylorsville; R. L. Downs, 
Taylorsville, R. F. D. ; V. W. Tcague, 
Taylorsville, R. F. D. 

County Commissioners — J. T. Hed- 
rick (ehrm.), Stony Point; J. M. Deal 
Dealville; W. A. Barkley, Mounv 
Pisgah. 

County Board of Elections — S. P. 
Williams, (cnrtn.), Taylorsville, 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. Soiners, Stony Point; 
Thos. F. Murdock. Hiddenite; W. F. 
Patterson, Hiddenite, R. F. D. 

Gwaltneys — J. P. Stephenson, Hid- 
denite, R. F. D. ; J. P. Hendren. 
Mount Pisgah: R. F. Sharpe, Jr., Hid- 
denite, R. F. D. 

'Sugar Loaf — R. R. Kerley, Taylors- 
ville, R. F. D. 

Ellendale — W. E. White, Taylors- 
ville, R. F. D. ; J. A. Cliue, Dealville. 

Wittenburge — H. W. Fox, Mt. 
Bethel ; A. W. Robinson, Bentley. 

Taylorsville — J. M. Matheson, Tay- 
lorsville; R. L. Matheson, Taylors- 
ville ; G. W. Thompson, Taylorsville, 
R. F. D. ; S. C. Austin, Liledoim. 
MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Rurngarner, W. J., Taylorsville, R. 
F. D. 

Bumgarner, G. Z., Taylorsville, R. 
F. D. 

Pool, D. A. Hiddenite, R. F. D. 

Gwaltney, Jay, Taylorsville, R 
F. D. 

Gwaltney, Parks, Hiddenite, R. F. 
D. 

Tnhnson. Rev. Mr.. Stony Point. 

Watts, J. W.. Liledoun. 

Shaver, J. M., Dealville. 

Davis, R. L., Hiddenite. 
Pro>pst, C. Otis. Taylorsville, R. 
F. D. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

'Hiddenite High School — D. J. 

Cromartie, Principal, Hiddenite. 

Stony Point 'State School — J. L. 

Teague, Principal. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

King, Ed. S., Mount Pisgah. 
Hunter, J. Me, Stony Point. 
Deeper, D. H., Hiddenite. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Dealville Mercantile Co., Dealville. 
Ellis, I. W., Taylorsville, R. F. D. 
Adams, R. A., Hiddenite. 
Beckham. W. C, Hiddenite. 
Lackev, R. C, & Son, Hiddenite. 
Williams Bros., Taylorsville, R.F.D. 
Hiddenite Hardware Co., Hiddenite. 



Bowman, G. P., Taylorsville, R. 
F. D. 

Alspaugh 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, J. 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. 
lliOCR, 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, 1. A.. Taylorsville. 

Bunton, B. L., Hiddenite. R. F. D. 

Bowman. Jason. Taylorsville. 
SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Teague, L. W., Dealville. 

Tcague, R. L., Bentley. 

Gwaltney, Florence. Taylorsville. 

Boger, Janie, Hiddenite. 

Echerd, John B.. TaylorsvHle. 

Johnson. Peter E.. Taylorsville. 

Pharr, J. W., Taylorsville. 

Aust'n, R. S., Taylorsville. 

Gwaltney, s. D.. Taylorsville. 

Reese, ,,C. P., Taylorsville. 

Cline, R. C. Taylorsville. 

Shaver. C. D., Taylorsville. 

Cline, Arthur. Dealville. 

Bradford, Annie L., Taylorsville. 

Harrington. E. F., Taylorsville. 

Gwaltney. Elsie. Taylorsville. 

Chatham, J. G„ Taylorsville. 

V'de, Ada, Taylorsville. 

Bumgarner. F. W., Taylorsville. 

Echerd, Robert. Taylorsv'lle. 

Harr'ngton, W. L., Taylorsville. 

Bumgarner, E. v.. Taylorsville. 

Teague, C. Y.. Taylorsv'lle. 

.M.ivberv, W. <:.. Hlddenfte. 



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Chatham, R. W., Taylorsville. 
Bunigarner, Lydia, Taylorsville. 
Teague, Vance W.. Dealville. 
Gwaltney, Emma Lee, Hiddenite. 
Barnes, R. S., Taylorsville. 
Bowman, W. O., Taylorsville. 
Echerd, Blanche. Taylorsville. 
Teague, E. 8.. Taylorsville. 
Cline. J. A., Taylorsville. 
Bolick, Esther, Taylorsville. 
Gryder, D. E., Stony Point. 
Prichard. W. R., Hiddenite. 
Teague, J. L., Stony Point. 
Teague, E. W., Taylorsville. 
Teague. Ola, Taylorsville. 
White, J. A., Taylorsville. 
Preslar, Chas., Mount Bethel. 
Pool. Don, Taylorsville. 
Hendren, Chas., Taylorsville. 
Martin, Ella. Stony Point. 
Bumgarner. G. W., Taylorsville. 
Burke. Hattie. Stony Point. 
Fox, Ollie. Liledown. 
Johnson, Osie, Taylorsville. 
Preslar, A. J., Taylorsville. 
Hendren, Lula, Taylorsville. 
Teague. L. W., Dealville. 
Hi adren, Roy. Taylorsville. 
Massey, Minnie J., Hiddenite. 
Cobb, T. S.. Taylorsville. 
Bowman. Luther. Taylorsville 
Brown. Minnie, Hiddenite. 
Caldwell, Sue, Hiddenite. 
Shaver, E. A., Taylorsville. 
Bolick, Leo E., Taylorsville. 



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TAYLORSVrLLE. 

Incorporated in 1853. 

Population. 1910: 'White, 62G 
ored. 40; total. 666. 

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— W. O. Davis, Pastor. 

A. R. p.— S. W. Haddin, Pastor, 
Statesville. 

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. 

Thurston, Asa. 

LAWYERS. 

Burke, J. H. 

Burke, R. B. 

Gwaltney, J. L. 

Payne, A. C. 

White, Clarence. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Hollar Drug Co. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Mountain Scout (Weekly) — J. P. 
Babiugton, Editor. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Bee Hive. 

Watts, Charles and Hall. 
Watts, James. 
Barnes, J. B. 
Alexander Hardware Co. 
Wike J. C. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Campbell House. 
Taylorsville Inn. 
Campbell. H. T. 
Elder, J. T. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Robinett, L. D. 
Echerd. J. P. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Taylorsville Cotton Mill. 
Taylorsville Milling Co. 
Conolly & Teague. (Veneer Mill.) 
Barnes, I. A. 
Goodwin & Ingram. 
Correll, D. W. 



ALLEGHANY COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, SPARTA. 



Population: (Census 1910), 7,745. 

Formed in 1859. Name derived from range of mountains in which it is 
located. 

Area: 300 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $655,599; value of personal propertv, $572,018. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, $1,215,279; by negroes, $12,33S. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 41; for negroes. 3. 

Tax Rate: County purposes. 21 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, assessed value $4S3 

Superior Court Terms: . .March 25th; August 19th. 



ALLEGHANY COUNTY. 



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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. Joines, 
Stratford. 

Supt. of County Home— Thos. Nich- 
ols, Sparta. 

Co. Board of Education — J. W. Pool, 
(chrm.), Stratford; Eugene Transon, 
Stratford ; J. L. Joines, Edwards X 
Roads. 

County 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. 
Doughton. Sparta: Jno. M. Wagoner, 
Sparta ; W. B. Reeves, Whitehead. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Cranberry Township — W. F. Dough- 
ton, D. S. Wyatt, J. C. Moxley, Math 
Pruitt. J. M. Blevins, J. J. Miller, 
Laurel Springs. 

Cherry Lane — .T. L. Hackler, Cherry 
Lane; Wayne Thompson, Hooker; T. 
C. Higgins, J. J. Atwood, Cherry 
Lane; G. W. Miles, Miles; C. W. 
Smith, Laurel Branch. 

Gap Civil— H. M. Crouse, D. C. 
Reeves, Ellis Billings, Sparta ; J. C. 
Roup, C. W. Edwards, Sparta; E. C. 
Anders, Walls ; J. P. Anders, Glade 
Creek. 

Glade Creel:— J. F. Pool, T. J. 
Carieo, R. F. Edwards. Eunice; A. O. 
Carico. Edmonds; A. N. Combs, Eu- 
nice; T. R. Franklin, Hare. 

Pratl-.ors 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. J. Pugh, W. F. 
Parsons, Pinev Creek ; F. A. Mitchell, 
Piney Creek; C. J. Wyatt, Piney 
Creek; S. T. Shupe, Piney Creek. 

Whitehead— J. W. Roup, J. W. 
Evans, Whitehead ; T. A. Edwards, 
Brooks ; Jno. M. Richardson, F. M. 
Crouse, Whitehead. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Primitive Baptist — W. R. Craft, 
Brooks; M. B. Martin, Bledsoe; S. U. 
Atwood, Stratford ; Isom Fender. 
Whitehead ; H. C. Nichols,. Vox. 

M. E. Church, South— J. B. Dough- 
ton, Sparta. 

Presbyterian— W. F. HollingSWOrth, 
Cherry Lane. 



Union Baptist — A. McKnight, Cherry 
Lane. 

Missionary Baptist — Geo. Reeves, 
Lamar; Lindolph Hoppers, White- 
head. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

New Hope — Miss Pear] Fields, Prin- 
cipal, Plainfield. 

Scottville Academy — Will Dixon, 
Principal, Scottville. 

Laurel Springs — A. O. Joines, Prin- 
cipal, Stratford. 

Whitehead Academy — O. R. Caudill, 
Principal, Whitehead. 

Sparta Institute — S. W. Brown, 
Principal, Sparta. 

Glade Valley High School— Dr. W. 
F. Hollingsworth, Principal, Cherry 
Lane. 

Turkey Knob Academy — R. A. 
Foard, Principal, Mouth of Wilson, 
Va. 

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. 

Maines, John, & Son, Nile. 

Miles. J. T.. Cherry Lane. 

Gentry, R. H., & Son, Cherrv Lane. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Sparta Roller Mill. Sparta. 

Osborn's Roller Mill, Amelia. 

Bull Head Burr Mills, Walls. 

SAW MILLS. 

Joines, J. L., Edwards X Roads. 
Parson, A. S., & Co., Sparta. 
Richardson, Robert, Anna. 

DENTISTS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Reeves, C. A., Laurel Springs. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Sanders, C. M., Stratford. 
Reynolds, Miss Pearl, Stratford. 
Sanders. Miss Carrie, Stratford. 
Evans, J. T., Piney Creek. 
Evans, Miss; Stella. Piney Crock. 
Roupe, Miss Nannie, Piney Creek. 
Foard, R. A., Mouth of Wilson, Va. 
Hash. C. L., Piney Creole. 
Cheek, Miss Mamie, Whitehead. 
Pugh, R. L., Laurel Springs. 
Joines, R. M., Stratford. 
Brown. Miss Hattie, Sparta. 
Franklin, T. R.. Hare. 
Andrews. J. M.. Glade Creek. 
Jones, D. P.. Furches. 
Miller. J. E.. Piney Creek. 
Black, Miss Nannie^ Mouth of Wil- 
son, Va. 

McMillan. L. C Furches. 



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ALLEGHANY— ANSON. 



Brown, S. W., Sparta. 

Fields, Miss Pearl, Amelia. 

Joines, Miss Minnie, Stratford. 

Reeves, Miss Jennie, Anna. 

Joines, A. O., Stratford. 

Woodruff. Miss Sadie, Cherry Lane. 

Billings, G. C, Mouth of Wilson, 
Va. 

Hash, Bruce, Piney Creek. 

Caudill, 0. R., Whitehead. 

Wagoner, M ss Anna. Whitehead. 

Cheek, Miss Leonis, Whitehead. 

Jones, W. R., Piney Creek. 

Jo nes. M. F., Stratford. 

Edwards, Mis s Nel a, Sparta. 

Hani! ton. Miss Bettie, Anna. 

Thompson, It. V., Sparta. 

Osborne, W. F., Mouth of Wilson, 
Va. 

Passons, Miss Mary. Mouth of Wil- 
son, Va. 

Butherford, Mis* Nannie, Mouth of 
Wilson. Ya. 

Fender, W. G., Vox. 

Dixon, W. O.. Scottsville. 
Smith, O. O., Laurel Branch. 
Woodruff, Miss Pearl, Cherry Lane. 
Hash. Miss Lula, Piney Creek. 
Royal, W. M., Miles. 
R'chardson, Hattie, Hooker. 
Sm tli, ( ). V., Laurel Springs. 
Miller, M'ss Cora, Laurel Springs. 
Miller, M ss Anna. Laurel Springs. 
Crafts. W. R., Brooks. 
Fender, G. L., Hare. 

Thompson, Mrs. Metta. Sparta. 
Fender. L. W., Glade Creek. 
Andrews, Kent, Glade Creek. 



SPARTA. 

Incorporated in 1881. 

Population, 1910: White, 475; col- 
ored. 30 ; total, 505. 

Yalue real estate, $00,000; value per- 
sonal property, $91,000. 

Postmaster — Mrs. Mervyn Cheek. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

M. E. Church, South— T. J. Houck, 
Sparta Circuit. 

Baptist — George Reeves, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Sparta Institute — S. W. Brown, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

The Bank of Sparta — R. A. Dough- 
ton, President; T. J. Carson, Jr., 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Choate, B. O. 

Doughton, J. L. 

LAWYERS. 

Doughton, R. A. 

Wagoner, Juo. M. 

Cheek, vjeorge. 

Fields, W. C. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Hackler. R. H., & Co. 

Edwards, W. S. 

Fields, F. P. 

Reeves, D. C. 

Anderson, Ed. 

The Cash Store. 
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. 



ANSON COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, WADESBORO. 

Population: (Census 1910), 25,465. 

Formed in 1706. Named in honor of Admiral Anson. 

Area: 461 square miles. 

Yalue of real estate, $2,991,694 value of personal propertv, $1.S59,07S. 

Property listed in 1911. by whites, $4,705,967; by negroes, $476,S05. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 44; for negroes, 41. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 20e. on the $100; roads, 25c; special, 10c. 

Public Roads: No. miles graded, 45. Worked by convict labor. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 13.90 miles, assessed value $473,267.85 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 7j554.55 

Winston-Salem Southbound Railway. 17. IS m'les. assessed value. 385.695.00 

Wadesboro Telephone Company, assessed value 6 000.00 

Seaboard A'r L'ne Railway, 27. 5S miles, assessed value 7S5, 606.37 

Pullman Company, assessed value 5,350.!5j2 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. assessed value 4.187.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 14.666.90 

Yadkin River Power Company, assessed value 80,937.00 

Norwood Electric and Water Co., assessed value 8,8,8.00 

Wadesboro Sewerage Company, assessed value 2,500.00 

Superior Court Terms: January loth, criminal only; March 4th. civil; 
April 15th; June 10th, civil; September 9th. criminal; September 30th civil. 



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COUNTY OFFICERS. 

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 — .T. C. 
Crawford, Wadesboro. N. C. 

Supt. County Home — J. B. Henry, 
Wadesboro. 

County Board of Education — U. B. 
Blalock, Wadesboro; C. H. Rivers, J. 
L. Pratt, Morven. 

County Commissioners — H. B. Al- 
len (chrm), Wadesboro; B. F. McRae, 
White Store; J. D. McGregor, Liles- 
ville. 

County Board of Elections — R. L. 
Hardison, Wadesboro; John AY. Kiker, 
Polkton ; A. D. Griffith, Peachland. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Wadesboro Township — J. A. Little. 
J. .1. 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, MeFarlan ; T. E. Diggs, 
Morven, R. F. D. No. 1 ; W. E. Pen- 
nington. Morven. 

Gulledge — M. W. Gaddy, Wadesboro, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

White StpVe— P. II. Morgan. .7. A. 
Leonard. Write Store. R. F. D. No. 
6; .T. W. Jones, Marshville, R. F. 
D No. 1. 

Eaneshoro — J. C. Ooodman, Polkton ; 
J. P. Billmgslv. Polkton. R. F. D. No. 
1 ; H. M. Bancom. Peachland. R. F. 

D. No. 1; L. D. Smith. Polkton. 
Burrrsville — S. J. Turner, Polkton, 

R. F. D. 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. Smnmey, 
Wadesboro ; J. P. Harris, Pee Dee, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Diamond Hill Academy — W. F. 
Humbert. Principal, Polkton. R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Gum Springs School — J. P. Harris, 
Principal, Pee Dee. R. F. D. No. 1. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Hart, J. E., Wadesboro, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Carpenter, S. B., Ansonville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 



MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Griggs, Peter, Wadesboro, R. F. 

D. No. 2. 

Ross, A. S., Polkton. It. F. D. No. 2. 
Battle & Battle. Too Dee. 

Bonsai & Co., Pee Dee. 

Hendley, A. E., Ansonville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Dunlap, T. O. Ansonville, R. V. 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. 

Ross, J. F., Ansonville. 

Smith, W. A., Ansonville. 

Havnie, H., Wadesboro, R. P. D. 
No. 2. 

Ledbetter, G. S., Wadesboro, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Diggs Bros.. Morven, R. F. D. No. I. 

Gulfedge, Chewninu' & 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. 
I). 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. I). 
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. 
D. No. 1. 

Tyson, Josiah. Wadesboro. 

Hill Ginning Co.. Wadesboro. 

Griggs, Peter, Wadesboro, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Oulledge & Son, Wadesboro, R. P. 
D. No. 2. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co.. Wadesboro. 

Ratliff, J. 1'., Wadesboro, R. F. 1>. 
No. 2. 

Robinson, C. P., Morven, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Dabbs, G. M., Polkton, R. F. 1». 
No. 1. 



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ANSON COUNTY. 



Lilesville Ginning Co., Lilesville. 

Clarke, J. A„ Lilesville. 

Coxe, Thos. C, Wadesboro. 

Trexler, J. P., Wadesboro, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Leggett. A. L., Polkton, R. P. 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. 

Ratliff & Dawkins, Ruby, S. C, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Watson, Mrs. J. M., White Store, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Hough. W. R., Wadesboro, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Phillips, J. T., McFarlan. 

Spencer, W. S., Pee Dee, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Wall, Mrs. John T., Pee Dee, R. F. 
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. Ervrin, Morven, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Hough, P. L., Wadesboro, R. F. 
D. Xo. 3. 

Sullivan, J. W.. Wadesboro. 

Caple, J. T. & R. E., Wadesboro, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Carpenter, J. W.. Peachland. 

Coxe, Fred J.. Wadesboro. 
FLOUR. CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Coxe, T. C, Wadesboro. 

M'Lendon, H. H.. Wadesboro. 

Martin, J. T.. Wadesboro, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Martin, B., Wadesboro, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 



F. 



SAW MILLS. 

Alexander Lumber Co., Lilesville. 
Harris, S. K., Polkton. 
Jerman Bros., Wadesboro. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Gatewood, Miss Nannie, Wadesboro. 
r.yrd, Miss Eugenia. Wadesboro. 
Redfearn, R. D., Wadesboro, R. 
. D. 

Pope; Miss Sue, Wadesboro, R. 
. D. 

Billiards, Miss Helen. Lilesville. 
Holmes, Miss Maude, Lilesville. 
White, Miss Lila. Lilesville. 
Harris, Joe P.. Lilesville, R. F. D. 
Pratt. Miss Winifred, Lilesville, R. 

D. 
Williamson, Miss Connie. Pee Dee. 
Maness, Miss Tabitha, Lilesville. 
Wright. Miss Fannie, Lilesville, R. 

D. 
May. Miss Mary Belle, Lilesville, R. 
. D. 

Cunningham, J. W., McFarlan. 
Pegues, M ; ss Rosa. McFarlan. 
Seago, Miss Allie. Morven. R. F. D. 
Pegues, Miss Nora. Morven, R. F. D. 
Kirby, Miss Melvina, Morven, R. F. 

Byrd, Miss Corrie. Morven. R. F. D. 

Culledge, Miss Maggie, Morven. 

Kurfees, F. W., Morven. 

Bruton, Miss Winnie D., Morven. 

Fountain. Miss Alma. Morven. 

Moore, M : ss Estelle, Morven. 

Dean, M'ss Myrtle, Morven. 

Williams. Miss Blanche. Morven. 

Griffin, J. Boyd, Wadesboro, R. 

. D. 

Hamilton, Ernest, Wadesboro, R. 

. D. 

Griggs, Miss Annie, Wadesboro, R. 

. D. 

Biles, Miss Annie, Wadesboro. R. 

. D. 

Doub. Miss Nan. Wadesboro. R. 

D. 
T.owis. Miss Sara L., Wadesboro. 
. F. D. 

Kendall, Miss Grover. Wadesboro, 
. F. D. 

Capel. Miss Carrie. White Store, 
. F. D. 

Johnson. M'ss Josie. White Store. 
. F. D. 

Cvowder, Miss Mary. White Store. 
. F. D. 

Mendenhall, E. P., Polkton. 
Efird. Miss Laura. Polkton. 
Tiockhart, Mrs. Myra, Polkton. 
Oromartie. B. .T.. Peachland. 
Huntley. M^ss Eva. Peachland. ' 
Travwick, Miss Fave. Polktou, R. 
. D. 
Benton, Miss Sallie B.. Polkton, R. 

D. 
Moore. Miss Anna. Polkton. R. F. D. 
Carpenter, Miss Wavne, Polkton, R. 

D. 



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Gavin, E. L., Peachland, R. F. D. 

Caudle, Miss Rosa, Peachland, R. 
F. D. 

Home, Miss Virgie. Polkton, R. 
F. D. 

Whitley, A. R.. Polkton, R. F. D. 

Davis, W. B., Polkton. R. F. D. 

Fr sbie, Miss Beth, Peachland, R. 
F. D. 

Harris, D. J., Polkton, R. F. D. 

Humbert, W. F.. Polkton, R. F. D. 

Hvatt, Miss Bessie, Polkton, R. 
F. D. 

Smith, D. W., Polkton, R. F. D. 

Hudson, Miss Ola, Polkton, R. F. D. 

Allen, Miss Bessie, Ansonville, R. 
F. D. 

Braswell, H. G., Ansonville. R. 
F. D. 

Ballard, F. C, Ansonville, R. F. D. 

Adams, W. J.. Polkton, R. F. D. 

Bowman. Miss Addie, Wadesboro, 
R. F. D. 

Richardson. Miss Sarah. Ansonville, 
R. F. D. 



WADESBORO. 

Population, 1910, 4,500. 

No. white polls, 265; No. colored 
polls, 92. 

Value real estate and personal 
property, $987,782. 

Tax Rate: $1.10 on the $100 and 
$1.60 on the poll. 

Bonded debt, $35,000. 

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 — W. H. Reddish, Pastor. 

Methodist— D. G. Herman, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — W. B. Doyle, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Wadesboro Graded School — J. H. 
Mclver, Supt. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

National Hotel. 

Klondyke Hotel. 

Flake House. 

Benton House. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Lawson, C. A. 

Everette, D. J. 



BANKS AND BANKERS. 

First National Bank — J. D. Leak. 
President; W. L. Marshall, Cashier. 

Bank of Wadesboro — L. D. Robin- 
son, President; C. M. Burns, Jr., 
Cashier. 

Southern Savings Bank — John W. 
Gulledge, 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. 

Hardison 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. 

Rhyne. P. T. 
Howell, W. B. 
Redfearn, R. J. W. 
Harrington, Carl. 

CARRIAGE DEALERS. 
Blalock Hardware Co. 
Wadesboro Live Stock Co. 
Little, H. W. 
Little, J. J. 

CLUBS. 
Wadesboro Wide-A-Wake Club. 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Parsons & Hardison. 
McKeithan, H. H. 
Tarltou, V. P. 

COTTON MILLS. 
Wadesboro Cotton Mill Co. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Pinkston, J. T., & Son. 
Hanna, E. L. 
Gatewood. D. E. 
Burns Bros. 
Pinkston, W. X. 
Tice, J. T. 
McRae, J. A. 
Jeans. W. X. 
11 ill. J. E. C. 
Redfearn, R. J. W. 
Tarlton, V. F. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Lawson, C. A. 

Wadesboro Brick & Lumber I <>. 
Everette, D. .1. 
Bowman, C. C. 
I'reslar, J. S. 
Lindsay, S. J. 
Fort, 6. W. 



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COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 


Caraway, T. T. 




Wadesboro Oil Mill. 


Tarlton, V. F. 




CHAMBER OT COMMERCE. 


Burns Bros. 




F. C. Parsons, President. 


Hardison Co. 




CLOT II ID US AND MEN'S 


HARDWARE DEALERS. 




FURNISHERS. 


Blalock Hardware Co. 




Hargrove, Fred. 


Covington, B. G. 




Wadesboro Clothing & Shoe Co. 


Jeans, W. N. 




Allen, 11. B., & Co. 


INSURANCE AGENTS. 




Medley & Wall. 


Marshall & Little (Life and Fire.) 




Ashcraft. K. W. 


Steele, W. Leak, (Life and Fire). 




COTTON GINS. 


Anson Real Estate & Insurance Co. 




Wadesboro Oil Mill (2). 


( Life and Fire). 




Sullivan, Jesse. 


McGregor, D. A., (Life and Fire). 




Lampley, Robert. 


Wadesboro Loan & Ins. Co. (Life 




DEPARTMENT STORES. 


and Fire). 




Wadesboro Dry Goods Co. 


JEWELERS. 




DENTISTS. 


Bowman. R. L. 




Huntley. Rov M. 


Crowder, B. H. 




Boyette. J. M. 


LAUNDRIES. 




Gray, W. F. 


Allen, J. F., Agt. Charlotte Steam 




DRUGGISTS. 


Laundry. 




Parsons Drug Co. 


Hop Chang. 




Zoo Pharmacy. 


LAWYERS. 




Pee Dee Pharmacy. 


Dunlap, F. L. 




DOCTORS. 


Robinson & Caudle. 




Ashe, B. S. 


Lockhart, James A. 




Bennett, J. H. 


McLendon & Thomas. 




Covington, J. M. 


Brock, W. E. 




Covington. J. M., Jr. 


Coxe, Fred J. 




Ross. R. D. 


Gulledge, J. W. 




DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 


Dunlap, F. W. 




Wadesboro Dry Goods Co. 


Bogsian. H. S. 




Bennett Bros. 


LUMBER M'F'R'S AND DEALERS. 




Huntley. W. J. 


Wadesboro Brick & Lumber Co. 




Ashcraft. K. W. 


Everette, D. J. 




Crowder, J. A. 


Fort, George W. 




POWER AND EIGHT COMPANIES. 


MARBLE WORKS. 




Municipal ownership. 


Wadesboro Marble & Granite Fin- 




FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 


ishing Co. 




Wadesboro Oil Mill. 


MACHINERY DEALERS. 




Little, H. W., & Co. 


Blalock Hardware Co. 




Home, J. D. 


Little, H. W., & Co. 




Leak & Marshall. 


Covington, B. G. 




Huntley, L. J. 


PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 




Hardison Co. 


Parsons Drug Co. 




FLORISTS. 


Blalock Hardware Co. 




Fitzgerald. T. J„ Jr. 


Covington, B. G. 




FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 


PAINTERS. 




Rhyne, P. T. 


B. R. Hill. 




Medley, J. J. 


PRODUCE DEALERS. 




Reid Brothers. 


Jeans, W. N. 




FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 


Rhyne, P. T. 




Morgan Bros. 


PLUMBERS. 




FURNITURE DEALERS. 


W. N. Rhea. 




Bennett-Liles Co. 


PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 




Cox, H. H. 


Bennett-Liles Co. 




GROCERS. 


Cox, H. H. 




Parsons & Hardison. (Wholesale.) 


PHOTOGRAPHERS. 




Pinkston, J. T., & Son. 


Bland, C. A. 




Redfearn, J. T. 


NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 




Gatewood, D. E. 


The Ansonian (Weekly) — W. C. 




Winfree, Elias. 


Bivens, Editor. 




Hightower, F. M. 


The Messenger-Intelligencer (Semi- 




Odom, J. W. 


Weekly— J. G. Boylin. Editor. 




Hill, J. E. C. 


PRINTING OFFICES. 




Jeans, W. N. 


Lowe, John, & Son. (Joh Printers.) 




McRae, J. A. 


REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 




T ; ce, J. H. 


Anson Real Estate & Ins. Co. 





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Odom, J. W. 

Gulledge, John W. 

Patrick, J. T. 

Wadesboro Loan & Ins. Co. 
SHINGLE DEALERS. 

Caudle, T. L. 

Wadesboro Brick & Lumber Co. 

Odom, J. \V. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Anson Building and Loan Associa- 
tion. 

Wadesboro Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMEE8. 

Bennett- Liles Co. 

Shepherd, S. S. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Bennett-Liles Co. 

Cox, H. H. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Wadesboro Live Stock Co. 

Bryant, M. W. 

Huntlev & Martin. 

Coward, D. D. 

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.) 



Thomas, S. L. 
Redfearn Bros. 
Griffin & Tucker. 
Cfowder, James. 
Davis, \Y. L. 
Sikes, C. M. 
Burch, J. A. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Ballard. Mrs. C F. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Duncan, M. W. 
Parker, Alex. 

COTTON GINS. 
Carpenter, J. \Y. 
Parker, J. D. 

GRIST MILLS. 
Moore, J. A. 
Carpenter, J. W. 
Bryant, W. B. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Moore, J. A. (Bucket Manufacturer.) 
Carpenter, J. W. 



PEACHLAND. 

Incorporated in 1S85. 
Population, 1910: White, 400; col- 
ored. 30; total, 430. 

Value real estate. S21.140; value 
personal property, $21,506. 
Tax Rate: 15c. on the -S100 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor— A. D. Griffin. 
I'oslmaster — W. B. Bryant. 
Chief of Police — A. A. Phirer. 
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. J:is. Mills, 
Pastor. 

Missionary Baptist — B. C. Snider. 
Pastor. 

Methodist— L. T. Cordell. Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Peachland Graded School — B. J. 
Cromartie. 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. 



ANSONVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1881. 
Population, 1910: White, 350; col- 
ored, 300; total, 650. 

Value real estate. *1 15,000 : value 
personal property, $55,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Postmaster — Mrs. M. K. Hendley. 
Chief of Police— B. F. Trexler. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist— P. L. Terrell, Pastor; 
W. F. Sanford, Ansonville Circuit. 
Baptist— G. O. Wilhoit, Pastor. 
Episcopal — No pastor. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Anson — L. L. Little, Presi- 
dent. 

DOCTORS. 
Dunlap, J. M. 

Carpenter. S. B., R. F. D. No. 1. 
Sheila m, O. W. 

GROCERS. 
Carpenter. Fred. 
Wheless Bros. (Groceries). 

REAL ESTATE DEALERS. 
Ansonville Real Estate Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Brooks, W. D. 
"Hildreth, W. H. 
Ross. J. F. 
Duke, J. P. 
Ttoss. 0. B. 
Griggs Mercantile Co. 
Sin 'ow Co 

HOTELS AND BOAIiDING HOI - 

Terrell. Mrs. P. L. 
Griffin, J. M. 
Curlee, M. F. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Ansonville Manufacturing Company 
(Doors, Sash and Cotton Planters.) 



McFARLAN. 

Incorporated 1885. 

Population, 1910: w bite, 141; <•,.!- 
I.".: total. 186. 



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ANSON COUNTY. 



Value real estate, $175,000; value 
personal property, $00,000. 
Tax Kate: 70 cents on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor A. .T. Brooks. 
Chief of Police— Robt. Moore. 
Postmaster — W. S. Braswell. 
B. R. Agent— W. S. Braswell, At- 
lantic Coast Line. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist Episcopal— Rev. Mr. 
Woosley, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — J. P. Dosin, 
Pis tor 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
MeFarlan High School— J. W. Cun- 
ningham, Principal. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Northcutt & Braswell Co. 
Teal, C. G. 
Odom, J. W. 
Keeth, J. M. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Timmons. B. P. 
Northcutt, R. E. Lee. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Southern Savings Bank — R. B. Lee 
Northcutt. Cashier. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Orlom, Edwin. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Miller, J. H. 
Brooks, A. J. 

.MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Northcutt & Braswell Co. (cotton 

gin). 

Timmons, S. T. (Wood and Iron). 



MORVEN. 

Incorporated in 18S2. 

Population. 1010: White. 42.") : col- 
ored. 161; total, 586. 

Value real estate. $91,688.04; value 
personal property. $75,607. 

Tax Rate: 35c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— W. E. Pennington. 

Postmaster — J. B. Ballard. 

Chief of Police — W. J. McQuage. 

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. E. Woosley, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — J. S. Wood, Pastor. 

Baptist — G. H. Church, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Morven State High School — Frank 
W. Kurfees, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Morven — T. V. Hardison, 
President; M. L. Ham, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Thompson, Dunlop. 

Meisenheimer. T. F. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Morven Drug Co. 



INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Cox. T. C. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Moore, J. E., & Co. 

Dunn, Mrs. E. J. 

Ilardison-Rivers Co. 

McQueen & Niven. 

Morrison, J. E., & Co 

Pratt, P. P. 

Gathings, R. H.. & Co. 

Little, J. L., & Co. 

Ballard, T. J. 

Lowry-Liles Co. 

Boyd, J. P. 

Covington, J. W. 

Hardison-Gathings Furniture Co. 
BROKERS. 

Watson, M. C. 

Liles, D. A. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Meisenheimer, T. F. 

Griggs, E. L. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Boswell, C. T. 

Johnson. T. H. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Morven Mill & Gin Co. (Cotton gin, 
saw mill, corn and wheat mills.) 



LLLESVTLIjE. 

Incorporated in 1872. 
Population 1910: White, 400; col- 
ored. 100; total, 500. 

Value real estate. $200,000; value 
personal property, $75,000. 

Tax Rate: 50c. on the $100 and 90c. 
on poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor— A. J. Allen. 
Postmaster— A. P. Liles. 
Chief of Police — S. E. Hatcher. 
R. R. Agent— W. R. Royall. Sea- 
board Air Line Railway. 

Manager Telephone — A. J. Allen, 
Lilesville Telephone Company. 

Manager Telegraph — W. R. Royall, 
Western. Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist— J. W. Ingle, Pastor. 
Baptist— W. R. Davis, Pastor. 
Presbyterian — No Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Lilesville High School— C. P. Cul- 
lum, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Lilesville— J. F. Alexander, 
President; B. R. Wall, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Wyatt, J. Leak. 
Kerr, J. Edward. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Wall, M. P. 
Knotts, W. T. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Home, T. A. 
Wall, A. G. 

Williams, .T. D. (Furniture). 
Saunders, J. T. 
Clark, J. S. 



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Liles, E. P. 

Liles, A. P. 

Knotts, W. T. 

Morton, J. A. 

Dobbs, J. A. 

Frederick, C. L. 

Seago, T. B. 

Seago, J. A. (Farmers' Union). 

Tyson, B. M. 

Wall, M. P. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Saunders House. 

Allen House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Tice, J. F. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

J. F. Alexander Lumber Co. (Saw 
mills and planer mills). 

Farmers' Gin Co. 



POIiKTON. 

Incorporated in 1873. 

Population, 1910: White, 400; col- 
ored, 200; total, 600. 

Value real estate. $18,000; value 
personal property, $11,000. 

Tax Rate: 1-3 of 1 per cent. 
TOWN OFFICERS.. 

Mayor — J. C. Goodman. 

Postmaster — R. M. Flake. 

Chief of Police — W. M. Thompson. 

R. R. Agent — J. E. Carter, Seaboard 
Air Line Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — J. E. Carter. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — G. C. Brinkman, Pas- 
tor. 
Baptist — Rev. Mr. Bryant, Pastor. 



Presbyterian — Rev. Mr. Crane, ras- 
ter. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Polkton iii K h School — E. P. 
denhall, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Polkton Bank — Leak S. Covington, 
President; T. R. Troutman, Cashier. 
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA- 
TIONS. 
Polkton Building & Loan Assi 
tion. 

DOCTORS. 
Boyce, J. M. 

DRUGGISTS. 
People's Drug Store. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Marsh, J. C, & Co. 
McDaniel, W. J. 
Beachum, D. T., & Co. 
Austin, R. G. 
I M>\\ (esc. W. C. 

Henry, W. II.. & Bro. 
O'Neal, O. O. 

LAWYERS. 

Smith. D. W. 

BARBER SHOPS. 

Lockhart, J. F. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Polkton Hotel. 
Mrs. C. H. Martin. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Martin. I. W. 

M ANUFACTU RING PL A NTS. 
Anson Lumber Co. 
Harrisses Ginning Co. 
Anson Lumber Plant Co. 
Polkton Brick Co. 
■ oodmnn, J. C. & Sons (Tannery) 



ASHE COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, JEFFERSON. 



Governor Samuel Ashe. 



property, $1 
colored, $33, 



Population: (Census 1910), 19,074. 

Formed in 1799. Named in honor of 

Area: 650 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $1,739,534; value of personal 

Property listed in 1911, by whites. $2,998,806; by 

No. of Schools: For whites, 101; for negroes. 10, 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 21 2-3c. on the $1 
tax. 25c. 

Puhlic Roads: No. miles, 050. Worked by free labor; 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Weeksboro & Jefferson Turnpike Co., assessed value 

on : .hone Co.. assessed value 

Superior Court Terms: April 1st, July 8th, October 21st. 



.292,511. 
260. 



ial, 25c. : 



10c. 



. 964.00 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

-k of the Court— W. H. Worth, 
■ son. 

criff— G. B. Austin. Burnt Hill. 
Re-rister of Deeds — George W. Saw- 
yer, Jefferson. 
Treasurer — L. S. Vannoy, Fleets 
Coroner— Dr. T. J. Call. Hopkins. 
'Surveyoi — C. W. Ray, Treetop. 
Co. Supt. of Health— Dr. J. W. 
Colvard, Jefferson. 



Co. Supt. of schools C. M. Dick- 
son, Grassy ('reel;. 

Supt. of Co. Home .1. M. Imaii. 

Jefferson. 

Co. Board «>f Education Dr. 
Gambill, Crumpler; A. M. < 'lit'- 

t . . i l : I'. M. Mil'cr. ('lift.. n. 

County Commissioners H. V Eller, 
(chrra lin ; v >*. H, Garvey, Beaver 

I ; .1 . M. Dickson, Crumpler. 

County Board of Election! 



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ashe county. 



.Tout's (chrm.), Warrensville ; W. M. 
Bledsoe, Gale; J. W. Wayman, Jeffer- 
son. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Chestnut Hill Township— J. F. Oli- 
ver; J. E. Gambill, Crumpler; s. S. 
. Nathan's Creek; J. C. Roland, 
Clifton; R. A. I'.uv, Dresden; R. F. 
Edwards, Crumpler. 

Clifton Township— H. C. Poe, Clif- 
ton; R. F. Jenkins. Fig; D. D. Wea- 
ver, Berlin ; J. W. Graybeal, Sly ; S. 
W. James, Comet. 

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; W. K. Harris. Trout. 

(J i assy Creek Township — J. \A. 
Pierce. Grassy Creek; J. M. Sawyer, 
Weaversford; Eli Francis, Grassy 
Creek; C. L. Greer, Grassy Creek. 

Helton Township— W. O. Dickson, 
Grassy Creek; I. R. Young, Helton; 
W. A. Weaver, Rugby, Va. 

Horse Creek Township — J. D. Stan- 
berry, Lansing; J. J. Lyall, Apple 
Grove ; Jesse Goss, Park, Ya. ; Sidney 
Tucker, Park, Va. : Arthur Rose, Park, 
Ya. ; J. J. Barr. Clifton; Joseph Poe, 
Edison; Adolphus Tucker. Park, Va. ; 
F. M. Goss. 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. 

Laurel — J. A. Martin. Thaxton : Y. 
W. Phipps, Hemlock; B. F. Kilby, 
Hemlock ; A. W. Long, Grayson. 

North Fork — \Y. F. Lewis. Solitude; 
W. R. Osborne. Solitude; L. J. Stur- 
gill, Parker; .1. B. Sutherland. Suth- 
erlauds; James T. Cornett. Suther- 
lands; J. E. Parker. Parker. 

Obids— H. H. Burgess. Obids : J. C. 
Parsons, Glendale Spr.ngs; D. C. 
Miller, Ohicls; Newton Bare. Glen- 
dale Springs; John C. Bowlin, <'ien- 
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 Knoh : M. Y. 
Hoppers, Ratler; J. C. Miller. Laurel 
Springs ; W. D. Lyall, Ore Knob. 

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 
Blackburn. Fleetwood. 
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, 
Ya.; W. C. Powers. Park. Ya. 

Walnut Hill— R. F. Blevins. Grump- 
ier ; M. S. May, Grassy Creek; A. P. 
Barker. Crumpler ; R. L. Reeves. 
Grassy Creek; W. L. Hurley, Crump- 
ler. 

SAW 3IIEES. 

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. 

Roark, 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 Bantist — Creed Roberts, 
Gi:assv Creek ; J. F. Stanley, Hemlock ; 
P. H. Haire, Fleetwood : AY. F. Barker, 
Giassy Creek; Elihu Tucker. Grassy 
Creek'; R. M. Burkett, Theta ; R. L. 
Shoaf, Warrensville; J. T. Glenn, 
Hemlock; W. H. Glenn, Dandy; Hugh 
Campbell, Hemlock. 

Primitive Baptist— C. C. Davis, 
Park, Va.; B. H. Blevins. Crumpler. 

Union Baptist — Jesse Bare, Clifton; 
Monroe Elliott, Clifton; W. H. Dar- 
nell, Dresden; L. C. Craven. Linney: 
.T. Y. Yates, Clifton ; Harvey Lewis, 
Solitude; John Riddle, Treetop : Wil- 
liam Porter, Linney; J. G. Miller, 
Jefferson: E. Z. Sexton, Edison: G. 
W. Miller, Clifton. 

M. E. Church, South— S. W. Brown, 
Helton ; I. L. Gentry, Baldwin ; Rev. 
Fruit, Creston. 

M. E, Church — Hiram Weaver. Lan- 
sing; W. A. Patton, Lansing; Rufus 
(Jraybeal, Hemlock: John Rominger, 
Lansing; T. A. Farmer. Lansing. 

German Baptist— E. M. Sheets, 
Dresden : H. J. Woodie. Beldon : D. P. 
Welch, Dresden : 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. 
.7 fines. 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. 
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Gilley, G. W., Clifton. 

Roten, H. L., Clifton. 

Welch Bros., Edison. 

Elliott, J. S., Pinckton. 

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., Gr&ssy 
Creek. 

Wagg, A. W., & Son, Grassy Creek. 

McMillan, Walter W., Nathans 
Creek. 

Brown, E. D., Crumpler. 

.Tones & McNeill, Crumpler. 

Kiohardson, J. F., Nathans Creek. 

Wilcox, G. G.. Transon. 

McNeill, W. R., Rawl. 

Severet, J. F.. Glendale Springs. 

Colvard, J. H., Idlewild. 

Osborne. G. H., & Son, Oval. 

Brown, T. H.. Riverside. 

Edwards, K. F., Baldwin. 

Greer, Hump, Woodford. 

Rav, Fred G. Co., Baldwin. 

Bare, W. J., Orion. 

Little, A. P., Sons, Crumpler. 

Price, B. C, Benboland. 

Roark, E. G., Green Valley. 

Sutherland Mercantile Co., Suther- 
land?.. 

ile, F. C, Solitude. 

Worth, Joe, Creston. 

Graham. J. S., Trout. 

.'nes, R. A., Hemlock. " . 

Williams, H. L.. & Son, Hemlock. 

Martin, .T. A., Thaxton. 

Farmer. .T. P.. Sly. 

Latham. C. R.. Clifton. 

The Union Co., Hopkins. 

The Todd Mercantile Co., Todd. 

The New River Supply Co., Fig. 

Plummer, S. C, & Co., Helton. 

i lark. Harvev, Lansine. 

Tucker, S.. Park. Va. 

Baldwin, P. H., Brandon. 

Helton Woolen Mills, Sturgills. 

Carter, Paslev & Son, Grassy Creek. 

Sturgill, J. A., Rugby, Va. 

Edwards, P. C., Crumpler. 

McMillan, C. P., Crumpler. 

Stout. I. M.. Gale. 

Graham & Co., Todd. 

McGuire Bros. & Co., McGuire. 

Colvard, W. T., Orion. 

Perkins, G. A.. & Co., Treetop. 

Long & Lyon, Obids. 

Miller, E., & Co., Glendale Springs. 

Moretz, V. L., Hopkins. 

Vannoy. L. S.. Fleetwood. 

Duncan. J. W., Beaver Creek. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Helton High School — Professor 
Joyers, Principal, Sturgills. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

.Tones, T. Lester, Lansing. 

Jones, Thomas, Lansing. 



Barton, J. II., SVeaverford. 
Jones, R. W.. Clifton. 
Lemley, I. T., Todd. 
Graham. \V. U., Todd. 
Blackburn, W. R., Todd. 
Pennington, S. B., sturgills. 
Jones, A. L., Helton. 
Ballon, J. L., Crumpler. 
Call, T. J., Hopkins. 
Robinson, W. .1.. Creston. 
Tugman, B. V,'.. Pig. 
Jones, U. G., Clifton. 

DENTISTS. 

Gambill. Dr. J. C, Crumpler. 
Jones, Dr. W. F., Clifton. 
FLOUR. CORN AND TEED MILLS. 

Creston Roller Mills, Creston. 
Helton Roller Mills, Helton. 
Idol. B. v.. Jefferson. 
Blevins, .1. F., W'e.nersford. 
Banguess, T. .1., Weasel. 
Ballon, J. U., Grassy Creek. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TKACUERS. 

Baker, J. D., Beaver Creek. 
Roland. Miss Ettie, Clifton. 
Francis. Miss Eli. Crumpler. 
Jones, Miss Minnie, Grassy Crook. 
.Tones. Miss Rebecca, Grassy Creek. 
Osborne, Edward, Hemlock. 
Brown, C. W., Dyson. 
Graybeal, II. C. Hemlock. 
Stuart, Miss Elizabeth, Grassy 
Creek. 
Sutherland. Miss Minnie, Creston. 
Jones, F. R., Berlin. 
Graybeal, Henry, Hemlock. 
Baker, G. W.. Grassy Creek. 
Woodie, C. E., Beldon. 
Kirby, J. It., Sturgills. 
Duvall. E. P.. Grassy Creek. 
Johnson. R. E., Berlin. 
Brown, L. P... Solitude. 
Shepherd, Ambrose, Berlin. 
Cox. Albert, Index. 
Tames. S. W., Clifton. 
Bumgarner, J. L. A.. Lansing. 
.limes. Lee-, Berlin. 
Vannoy, J. R.. Crumpler. 
Miller. G. A.. Obids. 
Plummer, R. L„ Crumpler. 
Luther, W. L., Jefferson. 
Woody, Alex., Gray. 
Calloway, W. T.. Woodford. 
Junes. Floyd, Clifton. 
Williams, c. u.. Fleetwood. 
Kirby, Miss Ruth, Slur-ills. 
Black, A. C. Baldwin. 
Lemley, Sam. Todd. 
Robinson, Emmel, Idlewild. 
Jones, W. li.. Sturg'ills. 
Yoder, Fred. i:.. Sturgills. 
Dickson, C. P., Grassy Creek. 
Dickson, J. A.. Grassy Creek. 

Gambill, J. C, Grassy Creek. 

Phipps, Eliliu. Grassy Creek. 
Dickson. W. <>.. Grassy Creek. 
Bart, Miss Anna Cell. Nathan's 
( Ireek. 
Dickson, V,. L., Grassy Creek. 



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Dickson, W. W., Grassy Creek. 

Brown, H. II., Fig. 

Osborne, Miss Lizzie, Fig. 

Jones, J. W., Clifton. 

Jones, Miss Myrtle, Clifton. 

Brown, Miss Lillie B., Clifton. 

Rowland, .lames, Clifton. 

Shepherd, Ambrose, Berlin. 

Dux all. Miss Bessie, Grassy Creek. 

("niter, Carl, Lansing. 

Tucker, Victor, Park, Va. 

Tinker. Lester, Park, Va. 

Sexton, Chas. F., Grassy Creek. 

Miller, A. J„ Park, Va. 

Perry, Albert, Apple Grove. 

Shepherd, Fielden, Apple Grove. 

Jones, F. B., Brandon. 

Stuart, Miss Elizabeth, Grassy 
Creek. 

Weaver, R. G.. Helton. 

Garvey. Miss Bina, Beaver Creek. 

Ray, Biddie, Beaver Creek. 

Goodman, J. C, Beaver Creek. 

Walters, M., Beaver Creek. 

West, Walter, Grassy Creek. 

Maxwell, D. S., Todd. 

Graybeal, Miss Anna. Creston. 

Hagaman, C. E., Green Valley. 

Barlow, Miss Verdie. Green Vallev. 

Elliott, O. L., Parker. 

Jones, J. W., Solitude. 

Davenport, C. M., Park, Va. 

Elliott, J. V., Clifton. 

Woodie, Miss Alice. Gray. 

Stuart, Miss Elizabeth. Grassy 
Creek. 

McCoy, T. L., Hemlock. 

Perry, Albert, Park, Va. 

Crawford. J. C, Clifton. 

Maxwell, Miss Florence, Obids. 

Faw, Cicero, Grassy Creek. 

Gambill, Harrison, Helton. 

Miller, Miss Nelia, Laurel Springs. 

Mi Miller, G., Crumpler. 

Eller, Miss Virginia, Berlin. 

Woodie, Miss Margaret, Index. 

Bare, Goodman, Wagoner. 

Gentry, L. R., Nathan's Creek. 

Woodie, Alex., Gray. 

Woodie, Miss Zola, Gray. 

Smith. H. H., Orion. 

Francis, Ira, Crumpler. 

Goodman, Hayden. Beaver Creek. 

Lemley. Walter, Todd. 

Greene, H. L., Hopkins. 

Orahain, C. E., Todd. 

Lemley, Harrison, Todd. 

Reeves, Miss Maude. Grassy Creek. 

Stuart, I. H., Brandon. 

Blevins, Roby, Brandon. 

Eastridge. C. S.. Clifton. 

Roland, E. G., Clifton. 

Blevins, R. F„ Crumpler. 

Welch. J. G., Edison. 

Richardson, Boyd, Beaver Creek. 

Howell, W. H.. Raven. 

Scott, Miss Maggie, Raven. 

Miller, D. W., Anple Grove. 

Miller, I. S., Dandy. 



Weaver, Jno. A., Jefferson. 
Phipps, L. P., Grassy Creek. 
Sexton, E. L., Edison. 
Moretz, Miss Bessie E., Fleetwood. 
Houck, Miss Bessie. Raven. 
Hodgson, A. W., Clifton. 



JEFFERSON. 

Incorporated in 1350. 

Population, 1910: White, 275- col- 
oi ed, 25; total, 300. 

Value real estate. $37,273 : value per- 
sonal property, $39,735. 

Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

No town government. 
Postmaster — J. W. Hardin. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
M. E. Church, South— G. W. Everett. 
Pastor. 
Baptist— P. H. Haire. 
Presbyterian — No pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Jefferson Academy — R. L. Plummer, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

The First National Bank- J. J. 
Thomas, President; S. G. Parsons, 
Cashier. 

The Bank of Ashe — J. E. Finlev, 
President; W. H. Worth, Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Colvard, J. W. 
Eller. C. R. 
Testernian; J. C. 
Blevins, Manlev. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Testerman, J. C. 

LAWYERS. 
Spacer, C. B. 
Park, G. L. 
Ballou, R. L. 
Councill, J. B. 
Bowie, T. C. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Worth, W. H., & Co. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
The Jefferson Recorder (Weekly) — 
T. W. Adams, Editor. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
The Ashe Job Offic — Job Printers. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Jefferson Hardware Store. 
Jefferson Bargain House. 
Jefferson Cash Store. 
McNeill, E. A. 
Johnson, E. E., & Co. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Jefferson Inn. 
Mountain Hotel. 
Gentrv House. 

HARNESS AND SADDLES. 
Waddell, E. A. 

UNDERTAKER'S. 
Badger. J. W., & Son. 

3IANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Jefferson Roller Mill. 
Badger. J. W.. & Sons. 



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103 



AVERY COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, ELK PARK. 



Population, 10,526. 

Formed February, 1911. Named in honor of W. Avery of Revolutionary 
Fame. 

Area: 300 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $1,643,477; value of personal property, $599,218. 

No. of Schools: 50. For whites, 47; for negroes, 3. 

Tax rate: County purposes, 50c. on the $100. 

Public Roads: No. of miles, approximately, 250. Worked by labor. 
RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 
Bast Tennessee and Western N. C. Railroad, 3.00 miles, assessed 

value '. $26,900.00 

Linville River Railway, 12.00 miles, assessed value 30,000.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 184.75 

Valle Crucis, Shaw'haw and Elk Park T. Co., assessed value 2,975.00 

Watauga Telegraph and Telephone Co., assessed value 145.00 

Superior Court Terms: October 14th; April 22d. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — J. L. Banner, 
Montezuma. 

Deputy Clerk— T. B. Banner, Elk 
Park. 

Sheriff — Ed. S. Loven, Linville City. 

Register of Deeds — .1. N. Britchurd. 
Elk Park. 

Treasurer — H. T. Norman, Elk 
Park. 

Coroner — .T. M. Hodges, Cranberry. 

Co. Supt. of Health— Dr. J. R. Sut- 
ton, Elk Park. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— W. M. Frau- 
cum, Elk Park. 

Supt. County Home — No home es- 
tablished. 

County Board of Education — J. P. 
Hall (chrnn.), Plumtree; M. W. Clay. 
Montezuma; Roby Lewis. Valley. 

County Commissioners — M. B. 

Hughes (chmn.), Huerhes; J. M. Hea- 
ton. Hale; J. G. Phillips, Ingalls. 

County Board of Elections — R. Z. 
Burleson (chmn.), Minneapolis; Robt. 
Wiseman, Plum Tree; A. C. Pritch- 
ard, Minneapolis 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Altamont Township — P. L. John- 
son. Altamont. 

Cranberry Township — W. M. 
Elk Park; L. C. Webb, Vail: 
Buchanan, Minneapolis. 

Linville Township — M. W. 
Montezuma ; 
ma. 

Toe River — R. 
Tree. 

Rowing Creek Township — Mac Mc- 
Courry, Minneapolis; A. L. Miller, 
Frank. 

Banner Elk Township — R. L. Lowe, 
Banner Elk; J. S. Guy. Dark Ridge. 

Shawneehaw — .T. C. Hubbard, Hack- 
ett; W. T. Dollar, Hackett; W. M. 
Shook, Balm. 



Dunn. 
R. Z. 

Clay, 
T. W. Vance. Montezu- 

L. Wiseman, Plum 



MINISTERS NOT IN TOWN. 

I lea ton, J. M., Hale. 

Cannon. W. M., Elk Park. 

Tufts, Edgar, Banner Elk. 

Hall, J. P., Plum Tree. 

Barlow. Win., Hale. 

Green, David, Whaley. 

Ollis, W. H., Ingalls. 

Chetter, J. M.. Elk Park. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Lees McRae Institute (for Boys) — 
Jos. P. Hall, Principal, Plum Tree. 

Lees McRae Institute (for Girls) — 
Rev. Edgar Tufts, Principal, Banner 
Elk. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Tate, W. C, Banner Elk. 

Snoop, E. H., Crossnore. 

Shoop, Mrs. E. H., Crossnore. 

Hodses. J. M., Cranberry. 
3IERCHANTS NOT IN TOWN. 

Hicks, T. C, Cranberry. 

Walsh, Jim, Dark Ridge. 

McGuire, Lee. Whaley. 

Eller, B. F.. Hale. 

Heaton. J. M., Hale. 

Burleson, J. W., & Co., Minneap- 
olis. 

SAW MILLS. 

Galloway, Peas & Co., Cranberry. 

White Lumber Co., Elk Park. 

White, H. S., Montezuma. 

Mill Lumber Co., Banner Elk. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Burleson, Birdie, Valley. 

Phillips, Hetty, [ngalls. 

Wiseman, Cordelia, Ingalls. 

Murray, Hetty, Plumtree. 

Taylor, Fanny, Banner Elk. 

Trivctt, Grant. Brushy Fork. 

Hampton. Bess'e. Hale. 

Brewer, Bessie. Hughes. 

Hall, Xclli<\ Hughes. 

Hughes, Charles, Hughes. 

Hughes, Straley, Hughes. 

Johnson, Coleman, Crossnore. 



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Franklin, Burnie, Pyatte. 
Franklin, Baxter. Pyatte. 
Pyatte, Joseph, Pyatte. 
Wiseman, Ed., Ingalls. 
Burleson, Geneva, Clarissa. 
Braswell, Stokes, Senia. 
Glenn, Hazel, Watauga Falls. 
Farthing, Ben, Watauga Falls. 
Stanberry, George, Dark Ridge. 
Younce, Charles. Beech Creek. 
Eggars, .T. E., Beech Creek. 
Wallers, W. R., Shull's Mills. 
Ilarman. Malinda, Whaley. 
Greene. A. I., Whaley. 
Cardwell. R. N., Cranberry. 
Turner, S. J., Cranberry. 
Francum, Stella. Elk Park. 
( 'hcticr. .!. M., Elk Park. 
Hill. Lizzie. Elk Park. 
Bowman. R. O.. Berea. Ky. 
Bowman. J. O.. Berea. Ky. 
McOourry. Date. Senia. 
McCourry. Mack. Senia. 
Houston. Mrs. Arizona, Spear. 
Hicks. John. Senia. 
Hamrick. Mary. Elk Park. 
Loven, Mrs. Mary. Saginaw. 
Rivers, Nannie .!.. Boone. 
Anderson. Rose. Hickory. 
Cuthbertson, Linwood, 

Ridge. 

Coffey. Vera, Kelsey. 
Hawkins. Francis. Buffalo Cove. 
Suddreth, Lloyd. Montezuma. 
^Iiller. Cora. Meadow Creek. 
Wise. Ben. Vale. 
McKinney, Fred. Altamont. 
Chambers. Turner. Elk Park. 
Baghy, Tvah, Montezuma. 

rherman. Charity. Ingalls. 



Jones 



ELK PARK. 

Incorporated in 1885. 

Population. 1910: White. 550; col- 
ored. 50: total. 000. 

Value real estate. ?50.000; value per- 
sonal property. S50.000. 

Tax Rate: 30c. on the ^-iOO. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayoi — J. F. Davis. 
Postmaster — V. B. Bowers. 
Chief of Police — G. C. Winters. 
R. R. Agent— T. A. Greene. E. T. & 
W. N. Railroad. 

Manager Telegraph— J. A. Greene. 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AXI) CHURCHES. 
Methodist— (To be supplied). 
Baptist — No pastor. 
Presbyterian — No pastor. 
Christian — No pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Elk Park School— W. M. Francum, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Citizens Bank— A. P. Brinkley. 
President; Fred. J. King, Cashier. 



DOCTORS. 

Proffit, Thomas. 
Sutton, J. R. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Campbell, Robert. 

LAWYERS. 
Baird, Harrison. 
Ragland, J. W. 
Wall, R. W. 

GENERAL, MERCHANDISE. 
Brinkley, A. P. 
Walsh. M. L. 
Bowers, L. V. 
Brinkley Bros. 
Elk Park Furniture Co. 
Hopkins, T. W. 

JEWELERS. 
Dunn, W. M. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Welsh, W. C. 
Park View Hotel. 
Hotel Avery. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Matuey. W. T. 
Young, W. C. 

SAW MILLS. 
Hardin. Peter. 
Ellis, J. W. 

BOTTLING WORKS. 

Elk Park Bottling Works. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
The Avery Vim (Weekly)— T. H. 

Gosorn. 



MONTEZUMA. 

Incorporated in 18S9. 

Population, 1910: 1.000. 

Value real estate. .?50,000 ; value per- 
sonal property, .?65,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Coleman Clark. 

Postmaster — Dillard Cook. 

R. R. Ag-ent — Clyde Jones, Linville 
River Railroad Co. 

Manager Telephone — Clyde Jones. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES 

Methodist — Rev. Mr. Frisby, Pas- 
tor. 
Baptist — Rev. Hall. Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Seminary— Prof. J. O. Bowman. 
Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Lovett. W. D. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Lovett. W. D. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Loven, J. G. 
Banner, J. L. 
Sudderth & Son. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Montezuma Hotel. 
Central Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Franklin. S. L. 



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BEAUFORT COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, WASHINGTON. 



Population: (Census 1910), 30,877. 

Formed in 1718. Named in honor of Duke of Beaufort. 

Area: 81!) square miles. 

Value of real estate, $4,871,091; value of personal propertj -.471. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites. $6,681,705; by negroi i,857. 

Tax Kate: County purposes, 23 2 -3c. on the $100 and 38c. on poll; special, 
13 l-3c. County bonded debt, $S7,500. 

Public Roads: Worked by taxation. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Investment Co., assessed value $ 223.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 1,458.00 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 6.62 miles; assessed value 225,398.03 

Pullman Co., assessed value 6,^08.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value: 15,710.05 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 3,82 1 .33 

Norfolk Southern Railroad, 59.52 miles; assessed value 776,206.27 



Washington and Hyde County Telephone Co. . 

Washington and Aurora Telephone Co 

Williamston Telephone Co 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph C.o 

Washington and Vandemere Railroad, 33.50 miles, 

Superior Court Terms: November 2."th (civil cases); February 
(civil cases) ; May 13th (criminal cases) ; May 27th (civil cases). 



assessed value. 



4,620.00 

1.000.00 

154.00 

12,219.00 

66,900.00 

19th 



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— Dr. E. M. 
Brown, Washington. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — W. L. Vaugh- 
an, Washington. 

Supt. of County Home — Elias Bright, 
Washington. 

Co. Board of Education — E. W. 
Ayers, (chrm.), Washington; W. M. 
Butt, Bonnerton ; T. R. Hodges, 
Washington. 

County Commissioners — O. B. Wynne, 
Washington; S. F. Freeman, Washing- 
ton; F. H. von Eberstein, Choco- 
winity; W. F. Gaylcrd, Bath; W. W. 
Hooker, Aurora. 

County Board of Elections — H. E. 
Harding, (chrm.), Washington; W. B. 
Windley, (sec), Washington; W. O. 
Ellis. AVashington. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Bath Township — Thomas Webster, 
Pinetown; T. L. Jackson, Pinetown ; 
W. A. Tankard, Bath; G. M. Jordan, 
Sidney: W. C. Kinion, Sidney; W. H. 
Tyer, Bath. 

Chocowinity — W. A. Blount. Jr., 
Chocowinity ; W. R. Galloway, Blounts 
Creek; W. H. Patrick, Chocowinity; 
W. A. Cratch, Blounts Creek; L. M. 
Scott, Blounts Creek. 



Long: Acre — H. C. Boyd, Pinetown ; 
W. B. Fleming, Pinetown ; J. R. Pink- 
ham, Washington ; Charles A. Single- 
ton, Washington ; L. C. Alligood, 
Washington ; T. A. Berry, Pinetown ; 

C. J. Cutler, Washington; A. N. Cut- 
ler, Washington; S. W. Boyd, Pine- 
town; O. L. Sparrow, Pinetown: M. 
H. Cutler, Pinetown ; L. M. Shepherd, 
Washington; E. K. Gurganus, Pine- 
town. 

Pante«ro — O. F. Davis, Pantego ; W. 

D. Sadler, Pinetown; A. L. Bell, Bel- 
haven: L. W. Paul, Bath; W. .1. Bul- 
lock, Belhaven ; R. H. Allen. Pungo ; 
R. D. Adams. Pantego; W. S. Ri : 

v Belhaven; W. G. Waters, Pantego; A. 
I B. Jones, Pantego. 

Richland— W. L. Godley, South 
i Creek ; E. R. Tripp. Bonnerton; J. A. 
Hardy. Aurora; Benj. Potter, South 
Creek: J. M. Mpssio, South Creek; J. 
M. Litchfield, Aurora; C. K. Flowers, 
South Creek: N. W. Potter, Edward; 
Absalom Tuten, Edward; B. • B. 
Thompson, Aurora. 

Washington — J. C. Latham, Wash- 
ington; J. G. Chauncey, Washington; 
.v. s. Robeson, Washington; Joseph 
T Ross, Washington; W. M. Cooper, 
Washington; A. Mayo, Washington; 
S. L. Willard, Washington; C. M. 
Brown, Washington : W. B. Windley, 
Washington: John <".. Blount, Wash- 
ington; L. M. Scott, Blount's Creek; 
L. M. Hudnell, Ransomville; W. a. 
Allison. Washington, B. P. i>.; L. C. 
Tripp, Bonnerton; Jno. I>. Bullock, 
Leechville; D. L. Mudley, Belhaven; 
B. IT. West, South Creek. 



JONATHAN HAVENS, Washington, N. C. 

CORN, WHEAT AND COTTON SEED MILLF.K. 
BUYER AND SELLER OF CORN, WHEAT, COTTON SEED, OATS, M W 
PEAS, COTTON SEED MEAL AND HILLS. 



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PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Jackson, C. C, Yatesville. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Broom. W. M., iV Co., Idalia. 

Harris. W. J., Leeehville. 

Pinetown Mercantile Co., Pinetown. 

Turnage, J. E., Chocowinity. 

Paul, J. R.. Gaylords. 

Satchwell, J. T., Yatesville. 

Winstead's, J. T., Sons. Wiustead- 
ville. 

COTTON GINS. 

Ayeoek, C. P., Pantego. 

Brooks, T. A., Bath. 

Winstead, W. P., & Bro., Winstead. - 
ville. 

Oden, J. W., & Co., Hunters Bridge. 

Woodfenden, Fred, Chocowinity. 

Toler. A., Blouuts Creek. 
FLOIB, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Havens, J.. Washington. 
SAW MILLS. 

South Creek Lumber Co., South 
Creek. 

Elliott Lumber Co., Bath. 

Perry, J. R., Washington, R. F. D. 

Hodges, R. E.. Washington. 

Bawls, O. B., Washington. 

Lamm & Tuten. Edward. 

Paul. C. B., Sidney. 

Powell & Sou, Beaufort, R. F. D. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Vaughan, W. L., Superintendent, 
Washington. 

Henries. Lucy, South Creek. 

Beaton, Miss Minnie, South Creek. 

Alligood, Mattie, South Creek. 

Guilford, Emily. South Creek. 

Coward. Nancye, Royal. 

Moore, Susie, Royal. 

.Mayo, Nellie, Aurora, R. F. D. 

Hooker. Alice. Aurora, R. F. D. 

Paul, J. W.. Aurora, R. F. D.- 

Gurganus, J., Aurora, R. F. D. 

Hardy, J. A.. Aurora, R. F. D. 

Tuten. Mrs. Ethel. Aurora. R. F. D. 

Winfleld, M'ss Lucy, R. F. D. 

Edward, Emma Dunn, R. F. D. 

Harrison, Mamie, Edward. 

Stilley, Ruby, Edward. 

Edwards, Love M., Bonnerton. 

Midyette, Pearl, South Creek. 

Bonner, Mrs. Katie, Edward. 

Joyner, G. H., Aurora. 

Adams, Miss Sadie C, Blount's 
Creek. 

Jones, Esther M.. Blount's Creek. 

Hooker, Ella, Blount's Creek, R. 
F. D. 

Latham, Bessie, Blount's Creek, R. 
F. D. 

Daniels, B. D., Blount's Creek, R. 
F. D. 

Hodces, Miss Clare, Chocowinity. 
R. F. D. 

Dixon, Josephine, Chocowinity, R. 
F. D. 

Williams, Victor G., Chocowinity, 
R. F. D. 



Blount, Miss Mae, Chocowinity, R. 
F. D. 

Whitley, Bertha, Chocowinity. R. 
F. D. 

Hill, Geo. F., Chocowinity. 

Peterson, Miss Lucie, Chocowinity. 

Cayton, Georgia, Grimesland, R. F. 
D. 

Randolph, Lucy, Yanceboro, R. 
F. D. 

Spencer, Genevieve, Grimesland, R. 
F. D. 

Hodges, Maude, Washington. 

Hodges, Annie L., Washington, R. 
F. D. 

Morgan, Minnie V., Washington, R. 
F. D. 

Bright, Florence W., Washington, 
R. F. D. 

Tuten, Margaret, Washington, R. 
F. D. 

Willard, Caddie. Washington, R. 
F. D. 

Woolard, Ola. Washington, R. 
F. D. 

Hodges, Rosa, Washington, R. F. D. 

Simons, Roland, Pactolus, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Bullock, Mamie, Washington, R. 
F. D. 

Thomas, Eva, Washington, R. F. D. 

Gurganus, Amanda, Washington, R. 
I F. D. 

Latham. Lizzie. Washington, R. F. 
; D. No. 4. 

Warren. Bessie, Washington, R. F. 
1 D. No. 4. 

Whitley, Laura. Washington, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Little. Ada, Washington, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Braddy, Susan. Jessama. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Cutler, Emma. Jessama, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Sparrow, O. L.. Washington, R. 
F. D. 

Woolard. Miss Mattie F., Pinetown, 
R. F. D. 

Crumpler, Odessa, Pinetown, R. 
F. D. 

Weede, W. E., Pinetown, R. F. D. 

Tnteu, Miss Frances, Pinetown, R. 
F. D. 

Garner, Emma, Pinetown, R. F. D. 

Oden, Katie G„ Pinetown, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Purvis, Emma J., Washington, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Braddv, Alice. Washington, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Latham. Hope, Pinetown. 

Woolard, Effie Eula, Pinetown. 

Adams. Ethel, Wade's Point. 

Winstead, Lucy, Ransomville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Satterthwaite, Maude, Ransomville, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 



JONATHAN HAVENS, Washington, N. C. 

CORN, WHEAT AND COTTON SEED MILLER. 
BUYER AND SEEEER OF CORN. WHEAT, COTTON SEED, OATS, HAY. 
PEAS, COTTON SEED MEAL AND HULLS. 



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JONATHAN HAVENS 

WASHINGTON, N. C. 

Commission Merchant 

Corn and Flour Miller 

DEALER IN 

Corn, Corn Meal, Hay and Oats, Cotton Seed Meal, 

Hulls and Coal 

WRITE FOR PRICES PROMPT SHIPMENT 



AVENS OIL CO. 




WASHINGTON, N. C. 

The Largest, Most Extensive Cotton 
Seed Oil Plant in North Carolina. 



CAN SHIP PROMPTLY 



Refined Cotton Seed Oil, 
Cotton Seed Hulls, Cotton Seed Meal, 

BALE COTTON A SPECIALTY 

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Winstead, Gussie, Uausomville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Ives. Ethel, Bath, R. F. D. 

Little, Anna, Bath, K. F. D. 

Campbell, Lillian, Bath. 

Ormond, Bessie, Bath. 

Oden, IT. 11.. Pinetown, R. F. 1». 

Woolard, Mrs. Mattie, Bath. 

Spruill, Claude, Bath, R. F. D. 
No. l. 

Fales, Miss A., Pinetown, R. F. D. 

Bonner, Blanche, Ilansoniville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Jones, Lena Rivers, .Tessarna, R. 
F. D. 

Hollowell, Claude, Pungo. 

Bishop, Lucy, Pungo. 

Wallace. Lula G, Pungo. 

Woolard, Ella, Leechville. 

.Tarvis, Alice V., Belkaveu, R. F. D. 

Carter, R. Leyta, Pantego. 

Tyer, Annie L., Pantego. 

.Tudkins, Bett ; e. Pantego. 

Davenport, A. \\\. Pantego. 

Shavender, Miss Rena, Pantego. 

Hamilton, Juanita. 



WASHINGTON. 

Population. 1910: 6.211. No. white 
polls, 537: No. colored polls, 4S8. 

Value real estate. $1,675,270; value 
personal property, $6S1,270. 

Tax Rate: .$1.20 on the S100. 

Bonded debt, $129,000. 

Floating debt, $2,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— C. H. Harding. 

Chief of Police — G. N. Howard. 

City Clerk — W. C. Ayers. 

Treasurer — C. M. Williams. 

Tax Collector — W. C. Ayers. 

Standard-Keeper— W. H. Tripp. 

City Attorney— H. C. Carter. 

City Supt. of Health— Dr. Jno. C. 
Rodman. 

Postmaster— Hugh Paul. 

R. R. Agents — T. II. Myers, Norfolk 
Southern Ry. Co.; E. A. LaFrage, 
Atlantic Coast Line Ry. 

Telegraph Managers — Z. M. Potts, 
Postal; L. F. Collin. Western Union. 

Telephone Manajer — D. W. Bell, 
Carolina Telephone & Tel. Co. 

MINISTERS AM) CHURCHES. 

Baptist — J. A. Sullivan, Pastor. 

Christian— J. N. Hope, Pastor. 

Episcopal— Nathaniel Harding, Rec- 
tor. 

Methodist — R. H. Broom, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — II. P.. Searight, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Washington Graded School — N. C. 
Newbold, Superintendent. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

First National Bank — C. M. Brown, 
President ; A. M. Dumay, Cashier. 



Bank of Washington — J. Havens, 
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. 
Cozzens, E. 
Dudley, W. 
Nichols, W. 



R. 
B. 
C. 

A. 



Ecklin, J. H. 

CARRIAGE DEALERS & M'F'E.'S. 

Washington Buggy Co. 
Hassel Supply Co. 
Miles, Suffolk. 

CLUBS. 
Elks. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Mayo, H. B., & Co. 
Pippin & Woolard. 
Morris, C. G., & Co. 
Jenkins, H. M., & Co. 
COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
Smith. M. A. 
Tar River Hosiery Mills. 

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, .1. 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. 
Powers-Lewis Co. 
Spencer Bros. 
John, K. 

Buckman, J. F., & Son. 
Ayers, E. W. 
Suskins & Berry. 
Fowle. S. R.. & Son. 

COTTON GINS. 
Havens Oil Co. 



JONATHAN HAVENS, Washington, N. C. 

CORN, WHEAT AND COTTON SEED MILLER. 
BUYER AND SELLER OF CORN, WHEAT, COTTON SEED, OATS, HAY. 
PEAS, COTTON SEED MEAL AND HULLS. 



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DEPARTMENT STOKES. 
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, B. M. 

Hardy, I. M. 

Blouut, W. A. & J. G. 

Bogart, M. C. 

DOCTORS. 

Tayloe, D. T. 

Brown, E. M. 

Tayloe, Joshua. 

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. & Sou. 

Fowle, S. R., & Son. 

Suskins & Berry. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Washington Light & Water Com- 
pany. (Municipal electric plant.) 
FRIIT DEALERS. 

Rhodes, W. J. 

Scott & Sawyer. 

George, C. 

Archbell. E: L- 
FERTILIZER DEAJLERS & M'F'R'S. 

Pamlico Chemical Co. 

Bragaw Fertilizer Co. 

Bragaw, W., & Co. 

Phillips. G. A., & Bro. 

Carter, D. M. 

FLORISTS. 

Smallwood, Miss Pauline. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Sterling, C. H. 

Moore, E. B. 

Swindell & Fulford. 

Willis. S. P. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Mutual Machine Co. 

Pamlico Iron Works. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Southern' Furniture Co. 

Jefferson Furniture Co. 

Morton. W. B., & Co. 

Whitley & Cherry. 

GROCERS. 

Mixon, E. R. & Co. (Wholesale.) 

Peterson, E., Co. (Wholesale). 

Cox, A.. J., & Co. 

Tayloe, J. F. 

Willis, E. K. 

Carolina Dist. Co., (wholesale). 



Paul, F. G., & Bro. 
Ellison Bros. Co. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Mallisou, W. C, & Co. 
McKeel-Richardson Hardware Co. 
Harris, J. H., Plumbing & Supply 
Company. 

HOSPITALS. 
Washington Hospital. 
S. R. Fowle Memorial Hospital. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Studdert, G. J. (Life.) 
Bragaw, W., & Co. (Fire and Life). 
Williams, C. M. (Fire.) 
Phillips. G. A., & Bro. (Fire.) 
Myers, J. & P. B. (Fire.) 
Parker, Carl. (Life and Fire.) 

JEWELERS. 
Bell, W. M. 
Stewart, R. L. 
Campbell, J. S. 

LAUNDRIES. 
Washington Steam Laundry. 
Sing Lee. 

LAWYERS. 
Small. McLean & McMullen. 
Simmons, N. L. 
Rodman & Rodman. 
Bragaw, S. C. 
Harding, C. H. 
Carter, H. C. 
Nicholson & Daniel. 
Stewart, E. L. 
Ward & Grimes. 
Grimes, W. D. 
Vaughan A- Thompson. 
LUMBER MFGRS & DEALERS 
Kugler Lumber Co. 
Moss Planing Mill. 
Eureka Lumber Co. 
Fowle, S. R., & Son. 
Moore Lumber Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOISES. 
Latham, J. B. 
Hotel Louise. 
Branch, Mrs. W. A. B. 
Fulford, Mrs. A. S. 
Fortiscue, Mrs. B. F. 
Wynne, J. R. 
Brabble, J. W. 
Bell, Mrs. Lossie. 
Dudley, Mrs. John W., Sr. 
Fowler, Mrs. M. J. 

MARBLE WORKS. 
Simmons. J. H. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
McKeel-Richardson Hardware Co. 

NAVAL STORE DEALERS. 
Fowle, S. R., & Sou. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Willis, E. K. 
Mallison, W. C, & Son. 

PAINTERS. 
Lewis, F. B. 
Harris, C. F. 
Forbes, J. S. 
Harper, Henry. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Mnyo. H. B., & 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 MKAL AND HULLS. 



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PLUMBERS. 

Harris, J. H„ Plumbing & Supply 
Company. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Baker Studio. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Johnson Printing House. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Daily News — J. L. Mayo, Editor. 
Progress — W. K. Jacobson, Editor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Harding. H. E., & So n . 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Eureka Lumber Co. 
Washington Lumber Co. 

TAILORS. 
Wright, F. A. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Southern Furniture Co. 
Farrow, W. T. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Carrow, H. H. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Proctor, J. R. 



AURORA. 

Incorporated in 1S80. 
Population, 1910: White. 450; col- 
ored. 350; total, S00. 

Value real estate. $110,000; value 
personal property, $54,930. 
Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — C. G. Midyette. 
Postmaster — J. W. Chapin. 
Chief of Police — C. H. Roberson. 
R. R, Agent— D. L. Stubbs, Wash- 
ton & Vandemere R. R. 

Manager Telegraph — D. L. Stubbs. 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist— J. M. Ashby, Pastor. 
Episcopal — J. H. Crosby, Rector. 
Baptist — Rev. Mr. McCotter, Pastor. 
Christian— W. O. Winfield, Pastor. 
Presbyterian — J. H. .Tarvis, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Aurora Graded Schools — Prof. G. 
H. .Tovner, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Aurora — R. L. M. Bonner, 
President; O. M.' Hooker, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Stalev, S. W. 
Potter. T. M. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Staley Drug Co. 

LAWYERS. 
Vaughan & Thompson. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Thompson, W. A. (Fire.) 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Snell. M. B.. & Co. 
Bryan, J. B. & Son. 
Dixon & Bonner. 
Holadia, W. A. 
Wilkinson, J. T.. & Co. 
Wilkinson Milling Co. 
Standard Lumber Co. 



Miller, W. G., & Co. 
Cuthrell. P. S., Co. 
Midgette, C. G. 
Mayo. J. W., & Bro. 
Litchfield. J. M. 
Litchfield, T. 
Cherry, F. F. 
Thompson, L. T. 
Gaskins, W. H. 
Hough, D. M. 
Lane. R. H. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Aurora Hardware Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
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, 1910: White. 200; col- 
ored, 25; total, 225. 

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. 

Edwaid High School — Miss Mamie 
Harrison, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 

Kafer, O. O. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Kafer. O. O. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Redditt, L. IT.. Agent. 

Edwards. A. M. 

Bennett. A. D. 

Bennett, J. G. 

Catou. J. B. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Edwards. 

Edward Inn. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Redditt. L. H. (Cotton gin, saw 
mill, grist mill, planing mill and 
shingle mill). 

Edwards, A. M. (Grist mill). 



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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BELHAVEN. 

Incorporated in 1899. 

Population, 1910: White, 2,375; col- 
ored, 1,125; total, 3,500. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty, $712,000. 

Tax Rate: 45e. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. B. Tooly. 

Postmaster — W. C. Brinson. 

Chief of Police — M. M. Jones. 

R. R. Agent — 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 — Joseph Waters. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Belhaven Graded School — C. B. Gar- 
rett, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Belhaven — C. P. Aycock, 
President ; W. E. Stubbs, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Mariner, N. B. 

Windlev, C. T. 

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. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Stubbs & Snyder. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Peele, S. J., & Co. 

Clark-Smith Co. 

Bishop. J. F. 

Windley Co. 

Raiff Bros. 

Lesofsky, D. 

Cooper & McKinney. 

Jarvis-Butt Co. 

Tarkinton, U. W. 

Terrell, F. G. 

Pugh, J. D. 

Muir, O. 

Bowen, W. H. 

Windlev, George M. 

Blount," D. W. 

Dillon, Louis. 

Russell & Manley. 
FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Smith, R. L. 

Lupton, W D. 

Montgomery, W. O. 

Miles, A. D. 

GROCERS. 

Sawyer Grocery Co. (Wholesale.) 

Carolina Distributing Co. (Whole- 
sale.) 



HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Carolina. 
Hooteu House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Baynor, Fenner. 
Miller, A. 
Sears, W .J. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

John L. Roper Lumber Co. (Saw 
mill and planing mill.) 

Woodside Lumber Co. (Saw mill and 
planing mill). 

Interstate Cooperage Co. (cooperage 
mill and box factory, ship railways). 

Wilkinson, J. A. (Ice factory, grist 
mill, cotton gin.) 

Belhaven Lumber Co. (Electric light 
J plant.) 

White, J. J. (Ship Railways.) 

Jarvis, W. O. (Ship Railways). 

Belhaven Overall and Shirt Mfg. 
j Co. (Overalls., shirts and gloves). 

Belhaven Bottling Works. 

Tooly Milling Co. (Grist mill.) 



BATH. 

Incorporated in 1705. 

Population, 1910: AVhite, 375; col- 
oied, 100; total, 475. 

Value real estate, $30,000 ; value per- 
sonal property, $15,000. 

Tax Rate: 25c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— W. A. Tankard. 

Postmaster — T. A. Brooks. 

Chief of Police— G. S. O'Neal. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Episcopal — Howard Alligood, Rec- 
tor. 

Christian— Thos. Green, W. O. 
Windfleld. 

Methodist — J. B. Bridgers, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Bath Graded School— Miss Lillian 
Campbell, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Nicholson, J. T. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Nicholson, J. T. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Brooks-Pollard Co. 
Mason, W. W. 
Skittletharpe, J. T. 
Tarkington, R. 
Beasley. W. H. 
Tyre. T. R. 
Windfleld, W. O. 

GROCERS. 
P.ath Grocery Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOI 
Hotel Waters. 

LIVERY STABLKS. 
Marsh, G. W. 
Burba ge, W. S. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Brooks. T. A. (saw mill, planing 
mill, shingle mill.) 



JONATHAN HAVENS, Washington, N. C. 

CORN, WHEAT AND COTTON SEED MILLER. 
BUYER AND SELLER OF CORN, WHEAT, COTTON SEED. OATS, HAT, 
PEAS, COTTON SEKD MEAL AND HULLS. 



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PANTEGO. 

Incorporated in 1880. 
Population, 1910: While. 200; col- 
ored, 151; total. 351. 

Tax Kan-: 30c. on the $100. 

TOWN OKl'ICEBS. 
Mayor — C. J'. Aycock. 
Postmaster — D. A. Windley. 
B. K. Agent— J. P. Clark, Norfolk 
Southern Railway. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist — C. A. Jones, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Pantego High School — A. W. Daven- 
port, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Credle, E. S. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Credle, E. S. 



MERCHANDISE. 

Supply Co. 



H. 



GENERAL 

Aycock, C. P., 
Windley, D. A. 
Jonas, E. H. 
Whitley, J. P. 
Whitley, Thomas 
Jones, A. B. 
Topping, B. M. 
Shavender, W. H., & Co. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Culliphur, T. R. 
Whitley, T. H. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Jones, A. B. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Watters, E. S. (Saw mill.) 
Pantego (Jin to. 



BERTIE COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, WINDSOR. 



.y.j 



Population: (.Census 1910), 23,039. 

Formed in 1722. Named in honor of James and John Bertie. 

Area: 618 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $3,469,327; value of personal property, .$2,090,592. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, $4,781,040; by negroes, $778,879. 

No. Schools: For whites, 65; for negroes, 5S. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 21 2-3c. on the $100; special roads, 18 1-3' 

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 $445, ( 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 7,338.77 

Bertie Telephone Co., assessed value 1,500.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 4,034.20 

Chowan and Roanoke Telephone Co., assessed value 1,493.00 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 7.4S miles, assessed value 213,065.22 

North State Telephone Co., assessed value 1,183.00 

Wellington and Powellsville Railroad, 1S.00 miles, assessed value. 44,386.00 

Albemarle Steam Navigation Co., assessed value 1,650.00 

Southern Railway — Rolling Stock, assessed value 17. 7( 

Pullman Co., assessed value 3,065.20 

Superior Court Terms: February 19th; April 29th; September 9th; 
November 11th. 



OFFICERS. 
Court — William 



L. 



COUNTY 

Clerk of the 
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. Ruffin, Powells- 
ville. 

Co. Supt. of Health— John L. 
Pritchard. Windsor. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— Richard 
Askew, Windsor. 

Supt. of County Home — J. 
Phelps, Windsor. 

Co. Board of Education — J. B. 
Stokes (chrm.), Windsor; J. L. Har- 
rington, Aulander; L. A. Nowell, 
Colerain. 

County Commissioners — C. W. 



W. 
Fred 



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: Jos. A. 
Pritchard. Jr., Aulander, R. F. D. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Windsor Township — A. Tj. Pritchard. 
Windsor; S. V. Cowand, Windsor; W. 
T. Heckstall Windsor; T. Gilliam, 
Windsor; J. H. White, Windsor; K. 
S.illenger, Woodard : W. D. White, 
Windsor; A. C. Mitchell, Windsor. 

3Ierry Hill— R. J. Shield, Windsor, 
R. F. D.; Geo. A. Harden, Winsdor, 
R. F. D. ; T. A. Smithwick, Merry 
Hill: Jno. T. Keeter, Avoca; Geo. W. 
Capehart, Avoca. 



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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Whites — J. H. Lawrence, Merry 
Hill; W. T. D. Evans. 

Colerain — Jno. H. White, Colerain ; 
W. R. Raynor, Colerain ; J. W. Ray- 
nor, Colerain ; W. S. Taylor, Colerain ; 
J. B. Mitchell, Colerain; T. D. Hol- 
ley, Colerain. 

JSoxobel — Thos. S. Norfleet, Roxo- 
bel; W. J. Watson, Roxobel; W. E. 
Parker, Kelford. 

Mitchells — Wm. A. Jenkins, J. L. 
Harrington, T. P. Hale, Moses R. 
Barnes. 

Snake Bite — W. E. Harrell, Levi 
Hoggard, Chas. Taylor, Starkey E. 
Casper, J. R. Cherry, J. S. Drew. 

Woodville — J. L. Harrington, J. B. 
Saunders, J. T. Veale, T. W. Griffin. 
E. C. Pitman, A. T. Eason. 

Indian Woods— E. D. Spruill, Chas. 
Bond, E. W. Waters. 

MINISTEKS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Methodist — J. G. Johnson. Windsor, 
Pastor. P. D. Woodall. Supply. 

Episcopal — W. R. Noe, Windsor, 
Rector. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Mars Hill School. 

Merry Hill School. 

Cashie Neck School. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Dr. Crumpler, Merry Hill. 

Ruffin, Jos. B., Powellsville. 

MEKCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Spruill, C. W., Quitsna. 

Merry Hill Supply Co. 

Morris, J. P., Aulander, R. P. D. 

Myers, R. A., Askewville. 

Newbern, D. T., AskewTille. 

Nicholls, J. B., & Bro., Askewville. 

Capehart, W. R., Avoca and Merry 
Hill. 

Burden, W. G., & Co.. Aulander. 

Bunch, S., Cahaba. 

Pittman. D. W., Cahaba. 

White, F. P., Cahaba. 

Cowand, S. S., Cremo. 

Early, A. J., Cremo. 

Bazemore, N. L., Aulander. 

Nowell, J., Aulander. 

liazemore, H. W., Windsor. 

Bazemore, Lewis, Windsor. 

Brown & Ward, Merrv Hill. 

Evans, J. D., & Co., Merry Hill. 

Myers, L. O., Powellsville. 

Ellis, J. J., Windsor. 

Cooper, G., Merry Hill. 

Gill, H. H., & Co., Merry Hill. 

Phelps, A. B., & Son, Merry Hill. 

Smallwood, Mrs. M. E., Merry Hill. 

Brown, A. J., Merry Hll. 

Perry, W. B., Merrv Hill. 

Bunch, W. H., Powellsville. 

Freeman, R. L., Powellsville. 

Freeman, W. J.. Powellsville. 

Jordan, J. E., Powellsville. 

Alston, J. J., Powellsville. 

Wynns & Hollomon, Powellsville. 

Rayner, M. L., & Bro., Powells- 
ville. 



Swain, W. S., & Bro., Powellsville. 
Tayloe, W. S., Powellsville. 
Collins, A. S., Quitsna. 
Collins, C. E., Quitsna. 
Gurkin, W. G., Quitsna. 
Spivey, J. S., & Co., Quitsna. 
Spruill, C. W., Quitsna. 
Summs, J. W., Quitsna. 



Sans 



Jones, W. R., Colerain. 
Cooper, Edward, & Sons, 
Souci. 

Mitchell, T. C, & Co., Sans Souci. 
Smithwick, C. E., Sans Souci. 
Sallenger, K., Woodard. 
Tadlock, W. A., & Co., Woodard. 
Tayloe, L. J., Aulander. 
Tayloe, J. F., Merry Hill. 
Dunston, F. M., Windsor. 
Bazemore, J. G., Windsor. 
Carter, Wm., Windsor. 
Carter, Thos., Windsor. 
Capehart. W. R., Avoca. 
Merry Hill Supply Co., Merry Hill. 
Gathug, E. L., Windsor. 
Bell, H. M., & Bro., Merry Hill. 
Phelps, A. B., & Son, Merry Hill. 
White, E., Colerain. 
Gill, H. H., & Co., Merry Hill. 
Henry & Morris, Colerain. 
Taylor, J. F., Merrv Hill. 
Leary, F. W., & Bros., Merry Hill. 
Holley, T. D. & G. M.. Colerain. 
Newsome & Evans, Colerain. 
Brinkley, Mr., Colerain. 
Rosemead Lumber Co., Colerain. 
Wynns, Augustus, Powellsville. 
Early, A. J., Cremo. 
Nicholls, J. B., & Bro., Windsor. 
Mizell, Mr., Askewville. 
Myers, L. O., Colerain. 
Cherry, Mason, Windsor. 
Drew. John S.. Windsor. 
Speight, JRev. T. T.. Windsor. 
Bazemore, H. W., Windsor. 
Bazemore. Perry. Lewiston. 
Baa:gett, J. J.. Cahaba. 
White, D. E.. Cahaba. 
Hobbs, C. E., Quitsna. 
Speller, Andrew, 'Windsor. 
Sallinger, K., Woodard. 
Km'thwiek, Jos. H., Windsor. 

L., Windsor. 
E., Sans Souci. 

A. J., Woodard. 

J. I., Woodard. 
Sans Souci. 
Roxobel. 
Windsor. 



Spruill, M. 

Evans, M. 

Smithwick, 

Tarkenton, 

Skiles. Ed. 

Norfleet, T. S., 

Cooper, J. W.. 

Sallinger, W. H.. Windsor. 

Early, W. F., Aulander. 

Ray. Thomas. Windsor. 

Phelps & Barnacastle, Sans Souci. 

Smithwick, Wm. IT.. Windsor. 

COTTON GINS. 
Rascoe, A. S., Windsor. 
Gilliam, Thomas Windsor. 
Spruill, C. W.. Quitsna. 
PUBLIC SCHOOLS TEACHERS. 
Gilliam, Miss Helen E., Windsor. 
Stokes. Miss Julia T., Windsor. 



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Cherry, Miss Janie A., Windsor. 
Hoggard, Miss Beulab, Windsor. 
Cowan, Miss Mabel, Windsor. 
Shields, Miss Maggie, Windsor. 
Mizell, Miss Erma, Windsor. 
Speight, Miss Margaret, Windsor. 
Pritchard, Mrs. A. It., Windsor. 
Bond, Mrs. ('has., Windsor. 
Sitterson, Miss Addie, Windsor. 
Thomas, Miss Goratha, Windsor. 
Rice, Miss Billie, Windsor. 
Hollomon, Miss Rosa, Cremo. 
Holloman, Miss Lillie, Creino. 
White, Mrs. Rosa. Askewville. 
Cooper, Miss Annie, Quitsna. 
Matthews, Miss Nannie, Powells- 
ri lie. 
Leary, Miss Amanda, Colerain. 
White, Miss Annie A., Colerain. 
Phelps, Miss Jennie, Colerain. 
Leary, Miss Meta, Colerain. 
Harrell, Miss Lillie, Colerain. 
Montague, Miss Hazel, Colerain. 
Williford, Miss Clarice, Aulander. 
Minton, Miss Rosa B., Aulander. 
Nowell, Miss Julia, 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. 
Ainsley, H. M., Roxobel. 
Watson, Miss Eva, Roxobel. 
Watson, Miss Julia, Roxobel. 
Jilcott, Miss Minnie, Roxobel. 
Jilcott, Miss Carew, Roxobel. 
Lough, R. J., Kelford. 
Pope, Miss Lillian, Kelford. 
Eagles, Miss Cora W., Kelford. 
Cobb, Miss Elizabeth, Kelford. 
Britt, Miss Willie, Merry Hill. 
Britt, Miss Caroline, Merry Hill. 
Britt, Miss Ida L., Merry Hill. 
Smithwick, Miss Callie, Merry Hill. 
Phelps, Miss Celia B., Merry Hill. 
Walker. R. E., Windsor. 
Bridgers. Miss Pauline. Windsor. 
Davis. Miss Elnora, Windsor. 
Bond, Miss Sallie J.. Windsor. 
Pruden, M ; ss Mary E., Windsor. 
Gillam, Miss Kate, Windsor. 
Mizell. Miss Linnie, Windsor. 
Davis. M ; ss Belva. Windsor. 
Spe'ght. Miss Tulia, Windsor. 
Hoggard, Miss Lina, Windsor. 
Gait's. Miss Bettie, Roxobel. 
Gattis. Miss Ethel. Roxobel. 
Abernethy. Miss Francis, Roxobel. 
Burkett, Miss Sallie, Roxobol. 
Jilcott, Miss Isaleue, Roxobel. 
Hoyle, J. Edw T in, Aulander. 
Joyner, Miss Claiidine. Aulander. 
Myers, Mrs. Grover. Aulander. 
Peele. Mrs. W. M., Aulander. 
Cox, Miss Minnie E., Aulander. 
Lawrence, Miss Mabel. Aulander. 
Montague. Miss Villa, Colerain. 
Wh'te. Miss Pearl O.. Colerain. 



Baker, Miss Amanda, Colerain. 
Pigg, Miss Clara M.. Colerain. 
Tuttle, Miss Lou Ola, Colerain. 
Sheets, Miss Marie, Colera.n. 
Harden, Miss Sue, Quitsna. 
White, Miss J. Clee, Powellsville. 
Powell, Miss Mary, Cremo. 
Britt, Miss Jess e, Merry Hill. 
Phelps, Miss Mittie, Merry Hill. 
Bethea, W. C, Lewiston. 
Brothers, W. T., Lewiston. 
Bridger, Mrs. Thomas, Lewiston. 



WINDSOR. 

Incorporated in 1767. 

Population, 1910: White, 900; col- 
ored, 300; total, 1,200. 

Value real estate and personal 
property, $4S2,992. 

Tax Rate: 25c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — M. B. Gillam. 

Postmaster — W. P. King. 

Chief of Police — J. H. Pierce. 

R. R. Agent— W. M. Sutton, W. & P. 
R. R. 

3Ianager Telegraph — Jos. B. Cherry, 
Chowan & Roanoke Tel. Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — J. G. Johnson, Pastor; 
P. D. Woodall, Supply. 

Episcopal — W. R. Noe, Rector. 

Baptist — Q. C. Davis, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Windsor Graded School— Prof. 
Walker, 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. 

Pugh, E. W. 

Gurley. W. S. 

Nicholls, J. B. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Windsor Pharmacy. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Nicholls. J. B., & Bro. 

Stokes & Tadloek. 

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. 

Liptsitz, S., Co. 

Gilliam, P. R. 

Harrell, J. T. 

Goldstein, B. 

Burden, A. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 

Hotel Pearle. 



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LIVERY STABLES. 

HoUoman, R. L. 

Wiggius & Blackstone. 
LAWYERS. 

"Winston & Matthews. 

Johnson, W. R. 

Martin, J. B. 

Gilliam & Davenport. 

Nowell, J. H. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Gilliam, M. B., & Co. 

Gillam, P. R. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Windsor Ledger (Weekly)— S. W 
Kenney, Editor. 

GROCERS. 

Davis, A. K. 

Sewell, H. P.. & Son. 

Tun.stall, R. T. 

Grant, C. L. 

Tayloe, Rhodes. 

Willford, J. 

UNDERTAKERS. 

Sewell. H. P. 

Dail, E. S. 

HARDWARE. 

Windsor Hardware Co. 
DENTISTS. 

Mizell. W. G. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Rhodes, E. (Saw Mill). 

Cooper, A. (Planing Mill). 

Bazemore, R. C. (Gin and Feanut 
Cleaner). 

Tadlock, J. E. (Gin). 

Windsor Mfg. Co. (Barrel Staves). 



AULANDER. 

Incorporated in 1885. 

Population, 1910: White. S50; 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. Lawrence Harrington. 

Postmaster — H. L. Early. 

Chief of Police — W. M. Parker. 

R. R. Agent— H. W. Gatling, Atlan- 
tic Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — H. W. Gatling, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
"Missionary Baptist — R. L. Gay, Pas- 
tor. 

Congregational — H. B. Parker, Pas- 
tor. 
Methodist — J. G. Johnson, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Aulander Graded School — Rev. J. 
E. Hoyle. 

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. 

Miuton, W. T. 

Dunning & Bro. 

Burden, A. L. 

White & Mitchell. 

White, T. J. 

Burden, J. A. 

Mitchell, C. W. 

Mitchell, W. G. 

Early & Gatling. 

Williford, T. C. 

Rice, A. P. 

Pittman, Mrs. W. H. 

Holloman. Mrs. J. T. 

Dunning & Bros. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Hoggard, W. D. 

BUTCHERS, AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Parker & Rice. 

Melton, Jos. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Herring, J. W., & Co. 

Bell, E. J. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Central. 

Hoggard's Boarding House. 

Williford House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Cook, Jno. R. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

The Dunning Co. 

Aulander Realty Co. (Inc.) 

Layton Realty Co. 

Barden, W. E. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

The Dunning Co. 

White, J. R. 

White, W. J. 

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). 

Bell, E. J. (Buggy Factory). 

COLERAIN. 

Incorporated in 1871. 
Population, 1910: White, 300; color- 
ed. 50- total. 350. 



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BERT IK i OUNTY. 



Value real estate, $100,000; value 
persona] property, $20,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Bfayoi — T. B. Beasley. 

Postmaster — G. B. Miller. 

i iiiei of Police — W. H. Sessoms, Jr. 

It. K. Agent— C. L. Henry, Albe- 
marle Steam Navigation Co. 

Manager Telephone — L. A. Nowell. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — J. O. Alderman, Pastor. 

Methodist I). A. Futle, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Colerain Graded Academy — Miss 
Ola Tuttle, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Colerain — L. A. Nowell, 
President; W. M. Sitterson, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Nowell, L. A. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Nowell, L. A. 

GENERAL V. ERC ISANDISE. 

Beasley & Callis. 

Beasley, T. E. 

White, A. D. 

Henrv & Adams. 

Morris. J. R. 

Harrell, M. C. 

Saunders, Mrs. Dora. 

Brittou, D. R., & Co. 

Perry, L. A. & L. D. 

Beasley, I. G. 

Beasley, W. H. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Earle. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Beasley, W. H. (Saw Mill and Gin>. 



WAREHOUSES. 

Kelford Farmers' Union Storage Co. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Kelford Hotel. 
Tyler's Hotel. 
Simmons, Wm. (Restaurant). 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Stephenson, J. B. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

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). 

Futrell-Gray Lumber Co. (Lumber 
and Shingles. 



KELFORD. 

Incorporated in 1002. 

Population. 1910: White, 200; col- 
ored. 175: total, 375. 

Value of real estate, $60,000; value 
personal property, $40,000. 

Tax Rate: 20c i n the $10i*. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. E. Parker. 

Postmaster — J. C. Bunch. 

Chief of Police — E. J. Haley. 

R. R. Agents— G. T. Johnson, At- 
lantic Coast L'ne: G. P. Baker, Sea- 
board Air Line. 

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. 

Capehart & Co. (Wholesale). 



ROXOBEL. 

Not incorporated. 

Population, 1910: 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- 
joard Air Line. 

Manager Telegraph — J. C. Knight, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist— John F. Cale, Pastor. 
Methodist Church— D. L. Earnhardt, 
Pastor. 
Episcopal — B. H. Beth, Rector. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Roxobel Academy — H. M. Auesley, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Roxobel — Leroy Capehart, 
President; P. B. Cole, 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, Leroy. 

Barnes Bros. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Peele Hotel. 

Lassiter, Mrs.- J. P. 

DENTISTS. 

Jacobs, J. M. 

Jenkins. W. E. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Capehart Manufacturing Plant 
(Overalls and Shirts). 

Harrell, C. T. (Pine Lumber). 

Wimbrow Bros. Co. (Pine Lumber). 

Harrell. C. T. (Cotton Gin). 



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JLEWISTON. 

Population, 1910: 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. 

Methodist— D. L. Earnhardt, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Bertie Union Academy — Miss Judith 
Lassiter, Principal. 

Private Schools — Mrs. Lee Bridges. 
Mrs. Joyner. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Lewiston Bank — Wayland Mitchell, 
President; J. N. Hoggard, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Mitchell, Wayland. 

Webb, Lorenzo. 



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DRUGGISTS. 

Mitchell. Wayland. 
Webb, Lorenzo. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Casper, W. E. 
Sanders & Minton. 
Cherry, J. H. 
Edwards, C. T. 
Bazemore, Perry. 
Bazemore, J. K. 
Lewiston Supply Co. 
Bazemore, W. S. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Williams, Mrs. Amelia. 
Rawls, R. W. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Williams, Mrs. A. 
Rawls, R. W. 
Casper, W. E. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Camp Mfg. Co. 
Farmers Mfg. Co. 
Morris & Bros. 



BLADEN COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, ELIZABETHTOWN. 



$1,590,000. 



6,363.20 
1,332.00 



Population: (Census 1910), 18,006. 

Formed in 1734. Named in honor of Martin Bladen. 

Area: 900 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $2,340,000; value of personal property, 

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. 

Pullman Co., assessed value 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. assessed value. . . 

Seaboard Air L ; ne Railway, 32.S0 miles, assessed value 934,296.19 

Consolidated Telephone Co., assessed value 429.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 5,973.67 

Bladen Telephone Co., assessed value 550.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 6,096.75 

Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad, 24.25 miles, assessed 

value 72,661 .00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 3,018.80 

Merchants and Farmers Steamboat Co.. assessed value 4,166.00 

Superior Court Terms: January 22d (civil); March 11th (criminal); 
July 29th (civil); October 14th (criminal). 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — W. J. Davis, 
Elizabethtown. 

Sheriff— J. M. Clark, Elizabethtown. 

Register of Deeds — J. W. Hester, 
Elizabethtown. 

Treasurer — A. McA. Council, White 
Oak. 

Coroner— G. W. Wall, Elizabeth- 
town. 

Surveyor — I. A. Register, Rosindale. 

Co. Supt. of Health— L. B. Evans, 
Clarkton. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— W. I. Shaw, 
Tvanhoe. 



Co. Board of Education — N. M. 

Beatty (chrrn.), Ivanhoe; D. W. Car- 
ter, Jerome; W. W. G. Lucas, White 
Oak. 

County Commissioners — H. C. Brid- 
ger, Bladenboro ; A. L. Tatum, White 
Oak: B. J. Sandlin, Council. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

L. H. Vollers, Kelly; Gillod 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. 



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F. 1).; G. W. Johnson. Fayetteville, 
R. F. D. : A. II. Tolar, Favetteville, 
R. F. D. ; B. F. Kinlaw, Dublin; J. R. 
Pait, Richardson ; D. L. Roberts, 
Richardson; J .M. Pait, Richardson; 
o. G. Parker, Dublin; .T. 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; W. R. Smith, Parkers- 
burs; J. C. Cromartie, Garland; A. 
B. Feeves, Garland ; J. M. Johnson, 
Parkersburg; L. T. Cain, Parkers- 
burg ; B. F. Tatuni, Parkersburg ; 
N. M. Beatty, Ivanhoe; W. C. John- 
son. Ivanhoe; A. Atkinson, Hocutt; 
A. E. Cain, Hocutt; R. H. Marsh- 
burn, Ham; H. W. Cain. Eliza- 
bethtown; R. P. Tatum, Ruskin ; Jim 
Ellis, Yorick; J. B. West, Yorick ; J. 
W. McDuffle, Ruskin; James Flowers. 
Zara; P. Runnington, Council; J. D. 
Devane. Zara ; J. M. Pierce, Clarkton ; 
D. M. Buie, Clarkton ; F. S. Averett, 
Abbottsburg; G. W. Smith, Abbotts- 
burg; R. D. McEwen, Abbottsburg; 
W. J. McEwen, Abbottsburg. 
MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Baptist — A. A. Hilburn, Bladenboro. 

Methodist— Rev. Dr. Reid. White 
Oak ; Rev. Bascomb 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. 

Catling, 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. 
Autry, W. M., Tomahawk. 

COTTON GINS. 
Smith, A. H., Garland. 
Smith, George, White Oak. 
Clark, A. A., Rosindale. 
Davis, Wade, Populi. 
Council Bros., White Oak. 
Hair Bros., White Oak. 
Clarkton Ginning Co., Clarkton. 
Bridger Co., Bladenboro. 
Clark Bros., Elizabethtown. 
King Bros., Dublin. 

SAW MIEES. 

Clarkton Lumber Co., Clarkton. 

Bridger Co., Bladenboro. 

South River Lumber Co., Garland. 



PUBLIC SCHOOE TEACHER'S. 

Johnson, Miss Mona, Ivanhoe. 

McDaniel, Miss Florrie, Tomahawk. 

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 Carrie, White Oak. 

Woodhouse, W. V.'., White Oak. 

Shaw, W. B., White Oak. 

Johnson, Miss Sudie, Tar Heel. 

Allen, Miss Laura, Abbottsburg. 

Baucom, G. XL, Bladenboro. 

Singletary, Miss Lena, Bladenboro. 

Singletary, L. V., Bladenboro. 

Johnson, Miss CaroHne, Richardson 

Lewis, Seth, Richardson. 

Smith, Mrs. Kate, Clarkton. 

Smith, Miss Lizzie, Clarkton. 

Burney, Miss Ira, Clarkton. 

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. 

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. 

Jordan, Miss B.. Garland. 

Henry, Miss Ethel, Garland. 



EMZABETHTOWN. 

Population. 1910: White, 175; col- 
ored. 75; total, 250. 

Value real estate. $(5,000; value per- 
sonal property, $35,000. 

Tax Rate: 1 mill on $1.00. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — A. N. Pait. 
Postmaster — E. J. Sutton. 
Manager Telegraph — W. E. Hall, 
Postal Telegraph Company. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — Rev. Thomas Baker, Pas- 
tor. 

Presbyterian — Wm. M. Shaw, Pas- 
tor, Wilmington. 

Methodist— Bascomb Parker, Pastor. 

SCHOOES AND ACADEMIES. 

Elizabethtown Academy — Mrs. J. L. 
Clark, Principal, Elizabethtown. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Elizabethtown — J. B. Clark, 

President; L. R. Whitted, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Robinson, N. 
Liles, N. P. 



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LAWYERS. 

Clark, J. B. 

White, R. S. 

Sutton, D. B. 

Bizzell. W. D. 

Pait, A. N. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Gatlin, Dr. 

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. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Elizabethtown M'f'g Co. (Brick, 
lumber, shingles, etc.) 

Barnhill M'f'g Co. (Wagons, carts, 
buggies, etc.) 

Clark Bros., (gins). 



ABBOTTSBTJKG. 

Incorporated in 1903. 

Population, 1910: White, 150; col- 
ored, 100; total, 250. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty, $29,6.30. 

Tax Rate: 1 mill on $1.00. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — M. F. Fletcher. 

Postmaster — Z. G. Thompson. 

Chief of Police — J. F. Russ. 

R. R. Agent — S. A. L. Johnson, 
Seaboard Air Line Railway. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — Bascomb Parker, Pas- 
tor. 

Baptist — Rev. Mr. Byrd, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Abbottsburg High School — 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Clark, McAulay & Co. 

Johnson, S. A. L. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Thompson, Z. G. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Caskwell, C. C. (Saw mill.) 

BIjABENBORO. 

Incorporated in 1901. 

Population, 1910: White, 200; col- 
ored, 50; total. 250. 

Value real estate, $75,000; value per- 
sonal property, $54,000. 

Tax Rate: 15c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — R. C. Bridger. 

Postmaster — Mrs. M. C. Edwards. 

Chief of Police — John W. Wilson. 

R. R. Agent — J. A. Hufham, Sea- 
board Air Line Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — J. A. Hufham, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 



MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — A. McFadyen, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Bladenboro High School — G. N. Bau- 
cum, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Bladenboro — H. C. Bridger, 
President ; H. C. Bridger, Jr., Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Norman, J. 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.) 



CXjARKTON. 

Incorporated in 1901. 
Population, 1910: 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. Millikin, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Presbyterian — No pastor. 
Baptist — Angelo Porter, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Clarkton High School — Miss L. V. 
Singletary, 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. 
Clark, E. C. 



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NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Bladen Journal (weekly) — W. M 

Shaw and H. S. Shaw, Editors. 
LIVERY STABLES. 

Clark, .!. H., & Co. 
Owen, 8. W. 



Cox, E. J., & Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Clarkton Planing Mill Co. 
Lyon M'f'g Co. (Crates.) 
Clarkton (iinning Co. 
Banner, W. H. 



BRUNSWICK COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, SOLTHPOKT. 

Population (Census 1910), 14,434. 

Formed in 17C4. Named in honor of the Duke of Brunswick. 

Area: 950 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $2,354,776; value of personal property, including 
bank stock and corporations, $1,940,102. 

Property listed iu 1911, by whites, $3,000,468 ; by negroes, $299,8S0. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 20 2-3c. on the §100; pensions, lc. ; special 
10c. County bonded debt, $12,000. 

Puhlic Roads: No. miles, about <50. Worked under old State Law. In 
Smithville and Town Creek townships the highways are improved by a 
ial bond fund and tax. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Pullman Co., assessed value $ 4,873.2S 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 12.77 miles, assessed vaiue 434,793!o7 

ioard Air Line Railway, 12.24 miles, assessed value 348,652.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 4,574.96 

Western T'nion Telegraph Co.. assessed value 6,701.99 

WMmington Towing Co.. assessed value 10.000.00 

hport and Little River Telephone Co.. assessed value 600.<M 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 7.401.00 

Pi stal Telegraph-Cable Co.. assessed value 875.70 

Superior Court Terms: March ISth ; August 5th (civil cases); Septem- 
ber 30th. 



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 — J. B. Stanland. Supply 



Surveyor— R. M. Edwards. Exum. Supply 



D. I. Watson, Southport; C. N. Phil- 
lips. Southport: L. Folly. Supply; 
L. H. Phelps, Supply; D. E. Robin- 
son, Supply. 

Loekwoods 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, 



Co. Supt. of Health — J. A. Dosher, 
Southport. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— M. C. Guthrie, 
Southport. 

Supt. of County Home — Oliver A. 
Lewis, Southport. 

Co. Board of Education — J. B. 
Rourk, (chrm.). Southport: John E. 
Robinson, Supply ; J. L. Simmons, 
Iredell. 

County 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, Wiu- 
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; 



Shallotte—E. L. 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; L. D. Long, Iredell: D. E. 
Stanland, Iredell; B. K. Gore, Shal- 
lotte. 

Northwest — J. W. Murrell, Phoe- 
nix; W. F. Robbins, Phoenix; L. S. 
Skipper, Phoenix: A. M. Chinn's, 
Phoenix : F. M. Silkes, Phoenix ; R. 
T. Williams, Phoenix. 

Town Creek — G. H. Bellamy, Town 
Creek ; L. D. Ganey, Leland ; P. S. 
Hawes, Winnabow: G. M. McKeithan. 
Town Creek ; D. R. Mercer, Bolivia ; 
Jackson Johnson. Winnabow : I. D. 
Harrelson. Winnabow; E. R. Outlaw, 
Winnabow: E. O. Rabon, Winnabow; 
V. C. Garner, Winnabow. 

Waccamaw — Isham McKeithan. 



The Bank of Southport, Southport fk C. 

The oldest and strongest Bank in Brunswick County. Managed by 
well experienced officers. Commercial and Savings accounts solicited- 

D. O. DANIEL, Cashier. 



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Regan ; L. M. Todd, Ash ; J. A. Phelps, 
Ash; J. A. Bennett, Ash; Robert In- 
man, Excelsior. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Baptist — D. L. Hewett, Shallotte; J. 
C. Mizzell, Funstou. 

Methodist — J. M. Marlowe, Shal- 
lotte, Rev. Mr. Snow, Town Creek. 

Presbyterian — No Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Began Academy — Regan. 

Funston Academy — Funstou. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOOWNS. 

Goodman, E. G., Town Creek. 

Stone, J. A., Shallotte. 

Goley, W. R., Shallotte. 

Jones, E. W., Shallotte. 

Williams,, Dr., Phoenix. 

Gore, Dr. G. C. Wampee. S.C. 
MEBCHANTS NOT IN TOWN;?. 

Chinnis, A. M.. ± noenix. 

Kirby, A. S., Phoenix. 

Evans, E. V., Leland. 

Gay, J. W., Leland. 

Walker, L., Town Creek. 

Walker, W. H., Town Creek. 

Lewis, W. D., Winnabow. 

Smith, S. W., Suburb. 

Kirby, G. W., Supply. 

Galloway, Richmond, 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, G. V.. Ashe. 

Babson, J. L., Excelsior. 

Edwards «& Edwards, Exum. 

.Teurette, John. Regan 

Coleman, W. R., Ash. ' 

Gore, B. K., Shallotte. R. F. D. 

Stanly, E. L., Shallotte, R. F. D. 

Milliken. I. C, Shallotte, R. F. D. 

Robinson. Warren, Supplv, R. F. 
D. 

King. J. W.. Excelsior. 

Hewett. D. G.. & Co., Shallotte. 

Shallotte Trading Co.. Shallotte. 

White, F. P., Shallotte. 

WhUe & White, Shallotte. 

Ca'son. H. L., Shallotte. 

Holden, E., & Son. Shallotte. 

Sfanley. J. E., Shallotte. 

Shallotte Drug Co., Shallotte. 

Mercer, Mrs. Emma G., Bolivia. 

Lewis. F. L.. Bolivia. 

McKeithan. W. O., Bolivia. 

Edwards. G. L.. Bolivia. 

Murrell, J. O., Bolivia. 

Mercer & Mercer, Bob' via. 
COTTON GINS. 

Johnson, J., Winnabow. 

McKeithan, R. W., Supply. 

Shallotte Trading Co.. Shallotte. 



Rourk Bros., Shallotte. 

Brooks, George E.. Seaside. 

Price, W. A., Southport. 
SHINGEE MIEE. 

Waccamaw Shingle Co., Bolivia 
'SAW MIEES. 

Murrell, W. W., & Son, Phoenix. 

Walker, L., Town Creek. 

Town Creek R. R. & Lumber Co., 
Town Creek. 

Henry, J. S., Winnabow. 

Robbins, A. J., Southport. 

Pigott, J. J., & Son, Supply. 

Galloway. Richmond, Supply. 

Chinnis, A. M., Phoenix. 

West, J. T., Leland. 

Goodman, E. G., Town Creek. 
TURPENTINE DISTIEEEKIES. 

Goodman, E. G., El Paso. 

Walker, L., Town Creek. 

Lewis, W. D., Winnabow. 

Harrelson & Co., Funston. 

Robbins & Co.. Funston. 

Mercer, Mrs. Emma G., Bolivia. 

Smith, S. W., Suburb. 

Galloway, Richmond, Supply. 

Robinson, J. E., Supply. 

Brooks, G. E., Seaside. 

Rourk Bros., Shallotte. 

Mintz & Mintz, Mill Brancti. 

King Bros., Excelsior. 

Thompson, T. M., Southport. 

Stanland & Co.. Shallotte. 

White, F. P., Shallotte. 

Babson, J. L., Excelsior. 
PUBEIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Jones, Mrs. L. H., Shallotte. 

White, Miss Ruth, Shallotte. 

Parker. E. M., Shallotte. 

Frink, Miss S. P., Shallotte. 

Pearce, W. F.. Shallotte. 

Adkins, Miss Charlotte, Southport. 

Burrows, Miss Bessie, Southport. 

Bennett. Ivan, Regan. 

McKeithan. J. B., Regan. 

Ward, Luther. Regan. 

Jennette, Wendell, Regan. 

Sherman, F. M., Calabash. 

Sherman, A. J., Calabash. 

Holoman, Miss Elmer, Iredell. 

Hickman, R. B., Wampee, S. C. 

McLamb, M. D.. Iredell. 

Hemingway. Lina. Shallotte. 

Holden. J. H., Supply. 

Ward, Miss May, Suburb. 

Swain, Miss Rea, Suburb. 

Richardson, Miss Essie L., Wilming- 
ton. 

Brisson, Miss Carrie L., Winnabow. 

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. 

Long, J. M., Exum. 

Sellers, John W., Supply. 

Regan, M'ss 1511a. Leland. 



Flie Bank of Southport, Southport N. C. 

The oldest and strongest Bank in Brunswick County. Managed by 
well experienced officers. Commercial and Savings accounts solicited- 

IX O. DANIEL, Cashier. 



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Edwards, Fred, Exum. 
Milliken, W. S., Excelsior. 
Thomas, Miss Sue, Shallotte. 
Thomas, Cornelius, Shallotte. 
Mizell, Rev. J. C, Winnabow. 
Murrell, Miss Addie, Phoenix. 
Rowell, Miss Margaret, Phoenix. 
Edwards, D. B., Exum. 
Marsh, Miss L. E., Supply. 
Little, Jesse, Makatoka. 
Russ, C. C, Makatoka. 
Hines, Mrs. Kate B., Wilmington. 
Byrd, L. A.. Winnabow. 
Hewett, Miss Amelia, Supply. 
Ross. H. M.. Excelsior. 
Shaw. Miss Ella, Phoenix. 
Barnett, Miss B. H., Southport. 
Reamy. Miss Lucile, Southport. 
Burrows. Miss Bessie, Southport. 



SOUTHPORT. 

Population, 1910: 1,600. No. white 
polls. 321 : No. colored polls. 67. 

Value real estate. $357,030; value 
personal property, $94,421. 

Tax Rate: S5c. on the §100. 

Floating debt, ?1,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Price Furpless. 

Chief of Police — Cecil Lewis. 

City Clerk— Geo. Y. Watson. 

Treasurer — R. W. Davis. Sr. 

Tax Collector— W. H. Pyke. 

Standard-Keeper — W. T. Pinner. 

City Attorneys — Cramer & Davis. 

City Supt. of Health— J. A. Dosher. 

Postmaster — R. W. Davis. 

Telegraph Manager — J. T. Harper, 
Wilmington. of Wilmington and 
Southport Telegraph Co. 

Telephone Manager — S. D. Lucas. 
Wilmington, Southern Bell Tele- 
phone Co. 

Southport and Little River Tele- 
ohone Co., W. H. Stone, Little River, 
Manager. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — J. L. Jenkins, Pastor. 

Episcopal — Edward Wooten, Rector. 

Methodist — C. M. Lance, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — No Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Southport High School — Prof. W. 
FT. McKeown. Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Stnart House. 

Williams. Miss Jennie. 

Crawford, Mrs. W. A. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Furpless, Price. 

Robbins, A. J. 

O'Hasan. H. P. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Southport — T. C. Cooper, 
President ; D. O. Daniel, Cashier. 

Bank of Brunswick — C. G. Ruark, 
Cashier; W. H. Pyke. President. 



BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Hood, H. W. 

Rourk, J. B? 

Dosher, St. George & Co. 

Loughlin, J. J. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Southport Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation. 

Mutual Building and Loan Associa- 
tion. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Bell, J. A. 

Aldridge, Hony. 

Greer, B.- F. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Watson, D. I., & Son. 

Bell & Davis. 

Hood Bros. & Co. 

Ruark, J. B. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Robbins, A. J. 

Furpless, Price. 

Drew, G. F. 

Peterson, A. E. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 

J. J. Loughlin, President ; R. C. 
Cool, Secretary. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Lousrhlin, J. J. 
Hood. H. W. 

DENTISTS. 
Keith, H. L. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Watson, D. I., & Co. 
Bell & Davis. 

DOCTORS. 

Dosher, J. A. 
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. 

Ruark. J. B. 

Hood Bros. & Co. 

Dosher, St. George & Co. 

Fulwood, W. T. 

Smith, W. F. 

Thillips, C. N. 

Climmons, H. B. 

BARBERS. 

Tharp, P. C. 
Weeks, W. J. 

LUMBER DEALERS. 

Robbins. S. M., & Son. 

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. 



The Bank of Southport, Southport N. C. 

The oldest and strongest Bank in Brunswick County. Managed by 
well experienced officers. Commercial and Savings accounts solicited- 

D. O. DANIEL, Cashier. 



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PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Hood Bros. & Co. 
Dosher, St. George & Co. 

PAINTERS. 
Galloway, L. A. 
Peadrick, Tom 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
News Printing Co. 

REAL. ESTATE AGENTS. 
Stevens, E. B. 
Pyke, W. H. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Southport News — Mrs. E. C. At- 
wood, Editor. 



SHALIiOTTE. 

Incorporated in 1S99. 

Population, 1910: White, 162; col- 
ored, None; total, 162. 

Value real estate, $19,784.3S; 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. 

Prink, 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), 49,79S. 

Formed in 1791. Named in honor of Edward Buncombe. 
Area: 520 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $15,4S9,109; value of personal property, $4,770,316. 
Property listed in 1911, by whites, $19,841,140; by negroes, $419,285. 
No. of Schools: For whites 98; for negroes, 16. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 21 2-3c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 
20c; speeial, 8 l-3c. County bonded debt, $467,000. 
Public Roads: No. miles, 65. Worked by convict and free labor. 

RAILROAD. TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

American Refrigerator Transit Co., assessed value $ 8S5.00 

Asheville Southern Railway, 2.13 miles, assessed value 10,000.00 

American Cotton Oil Co., assessed f alue 4,000.00 

Wtviverville Electric Co.. assessed value 3,2SO.00 

Southern Railway Co., 47.52 miles, assessed value 1,858,9*6.74 

Asheville and Spartanburg Railroad, 10.34 miles, assessed value. 232,650.00 

Pullman Co.. assessed value 8,731.94 

Asheville and East Tennessee Railroad, 4.77 miles, assessed 

value 16,825.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 10,537.72 

Black Mountain Telephone Co., assessed value 1,000.00 

Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 143,6.85.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 10,950.13 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 1,320.00 

Asheville and Craggy Mountain Railway, 2.26 miles, assessed 

value 10,000.00 

Madison Telephone Co., assessed value 400.00 

Asheville Electric Co., assessed value 2S2. 450.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 5.218.80 

Swannanoa Railroad, 8.00 miles, assessed value 12.000.00 

Leicester Telephone Co., assessed value 1,000.00 

Union Power and Water Co., assessed value 700.00 

North Carolina Electrical Power Co.. assessed value 33.S83.00 

North Buncombe Telephone Co., assessed value 400.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 1.511.00 

.Superior Court Terms: July 22d (civil cases); August 12th; September 
23d (civil cases); October 21st; November 11th (civil cases); January 22d 

(civil cases) ; March 11th (civil cases) ; April 15th (civil cases) ; May Oth 
(civil cases) ; May 27th (civil cases'). 



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COUNTY OFFICERS. 

( lerk of the Court — Marcus Erwin, 
Asheville. 

Sheriff — Chas. P. Williams, Ashe- 
ville. 

Tax Collector— R. C. Crowell, Ashe- 
ville. 

Register of Deeds — J. 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. F. Mer- 
rill, Asheville. R. F. D. No. 4. 

Co. Board of Education — Geo. S. 
Powell (chrm.). Asheville; T. P. Gas- 
ton. Asheville, R. F. D. No. 4; J. H. 
Rams, Ilomerville. 

County Commissioners — E. W. Pat- 
ton, Biltmore; J. E. Patton, Asheville; 
11. D. Buckner, Democrat; J. W. Ruth- 
erford, Candler; R. C. Sales, Biltmore. 

County Board of Elections — S. G. 
Bernard. Asheville: D. S. Elias, Ashe- 
ville; J. F. Ford. Asheville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Asheville Township — TV. 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; ,T. C. Cowan, 
Asheville: M. A. Creasman, Asheville; 
S. A. Johnson, Asheville; Sol. A. 
Carter, Asheville, R. F .D. No. 1; W. 
A. James, 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. TV. John- 
son, Asheville. R. F. D. No. 3; J. B. 
TVorsley, Asheville. 

Black Mountain — J. H. Hampton, 
Black Mountain ; F. C. Watkins, Black 
Mountain ; TV. R. 'Goodson, Black 
Mountain. 

Reems Creek — D. H. Reagan, Weav- 
erville; S. D. Ballard. TVeaverville : T. 
II. 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. 
P. Reece, Homerville; W. C. Alber, 
Homerville. 

Fair View — J. R. Pinkerton, Fair- 
view ; G. Li. Clay. Fairview ; P. O. 
Merrill, Fairview ; T. J. Patillo, Fair- 
view. 

Bis Ivy — M. T. Arrowood. Demo- 



crat; J. H. Woodard, Democrat; T. 
S. Dillingham, Barnardsville; M. T. 
Ray, Barnardsville; Z. B. Hobson, 
Barnardsville. 

Lower Hominy — E. H. Britt, Can- 
dler, R. F. D. ; S. L. Morgan, Candler, 
R. F. D. ; James Plemmons, Candler, 
R. F. D. 

Swannanoa — W. M. Gudger, Swan- 
nanoa; H. A. Coggins, Swannanoa; J. 
M. Roberts, Swannanoa ; L. F. Hitt, 
Swanannoa; J, C. M. Valentine, Swan- 
nanoa. 

Upper Hominy — J. C.Walters, Cand- 
ler; J. N. Smith, Candler; C. D. 
Mallonee, Candler; R. L. Luther, Can- 
dler; C. W. Howell, Candler; A. Z. 
Wright, Candler; P. P. Morgan, Can- 
dler; J. C. Brown, Candler. 

Limestone — C. L. Garren, Arden ; G. 
F. Garren, Arden ; M. L. Land, Arden ; 
N. L. Frody, Arden. 

Leicester — W. E. Pounders, Juno ; 
L. E. Martin, Juno; J. L. Williamson, 
Newfound ; G. L. Moffltt, Leicester ; B. 
L. Lyda, i^eicester. 

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. 

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. 

rail. J. N., Weaverville. 
.MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Gaston, R. J.. Candler. 

Candler, E. W., Candler. 

Hyatt Bros., Emma. 

Whittinore, J. M., Weaverville. 

Morris & Shuford. Alexander. 

Wilson, J. B., Leicester. 

Maney, W. R., Democrat. 

Burlison, Matt., Barnardsville. 

West, C. P., Weaverville. 

Johnson, J. E., Grace. 

Harrison, II. R., Swanannoa. 

Hall, W. C, Black Mountain. 

McKoy. J. W., Black Mountain. 

Ashwbrth, Jason, Fairview. 

Jones. J. Will. Fairview. 

Williams, Ed., Fairview. 

Case. A. B., & Bro.. Skyland. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. -U 

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. 



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Craggy Lumber Co., Swanannoa. 

Rutherford, J. W., Candler. 

Coleman, J. L., Lumber Co., Ashe- 
ville. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Johnson, T. M., Arden. 

Ingram, Mr. and Mrs. J. M., 
Arden. 

Lance, Vonnie, Arden. R. F. D. No. 
1. 

Byers, Theo., Biltmore, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Morgan, Annie, Biltmore, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Connor, E. E.. Caudler. 

Gudger, Maria, Candler. 

Whitlow, Frances. Candler. 

Greenlee, T. M.. Candler. 

Bryan, A. B., Candler. 

Henry, Rose, Candler. 

White, Lois, Candler. 

Duckett, Anna, Candler. 

Hoover, H. F., Candler. 

Morgan. Dolly, Candler. 

Clark, Emily, Candler. 

Swain, Delia. Leicester. 

Reeves, G. M., Leicester. 

Croft, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.. Ashe- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 4. 

Matney. Misses Grace and Nell, 
Leicester. 

Reeves, G. M.. Leicester. 

Fisher, Miss Grace, Leicester. 

Merrell. Mrs. Rena, Leicester. 

Ray, A. C. Asheville, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Lominac. Miss Nora T., Asheville, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Jervis, Miss Ethel, Leicester. 

Jervis, C. F., Leicester. 

.Tervis, C. E., Leicester. 

Reynolds, Miss Etta, Leicester. 

Barnes, A. L., Asheville, R. F. 1>. 
No. 4. 

Duckett, Miss Audio. Asheville. R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Hayes. Miss Annie, Leicester. 

Coward, B. N., Mascot. 

Brown, Miss Ethel, Sandy Mush. 

Wells, Miss Gertie. Sandy Mush. 

Coward, Manson, Gem. 

Hall. A. B.. Gem. 

Duckett, Lola, Gem. 

Sales, R. C. Skvland. 

Shook, J. H.. Skyland. 

.Tones, Miss Bertha, Skyland. 

Pinner. Mrs. Tom, Arden. 

Williams. Miss Minnie. Fairv'ew. 

Coulter. W. S., Fairview. 

Priffitt, Miss Bertha, Fairview. 

Roberts, Eugenia. Fairview. 

Merrell. S. J.. Fairview. 

Shuford. Pearle. Fairview. 

Lyda. Ella, Fairview. 

Williams, Mallie. Fairview. 

Merrell, Sue, Fairview. 

Ashworth, C. J., Fairview. 

Doughety, Lillian, Black Mountaiu. 

Gregg. Eps'e, Azalea. 



Burlison. Josie, Farm School. 

.Tones, O. B., Swannanoa. 

Burlison, Nettie. Swannanoa. 

Miller, A. J., Swannanoa. 

Buckner, Pearl, Swannanoa. 

Bradley, Mrs. J. W., Asheville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Hildebrand, Eleanor. Asheville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Jones, Minnie, Asheville. R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Bradley, Mrs. J. W., Asheville, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Edwards, R .B., Asheville, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Whit son, 
D. No. 3. 

Morgan, 
D. No. 3. 

Stephenson, 
F. D. No. 3. 

Kerr, Estelle 
No. 3. 

Kerr. Mabel, 
No. :;. • 

Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. 
Asheville, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Stamev. E.. Asheville, R. 
No. 4. 

Miller, Lela, Asheville, R. 
No. 3. 

Hipps. W. H.. Biltmore. 

Weaver, Glen C, Biltmore. 

Sams, Bonnie, Biltmore. 

Burlison, Bessie, Biltmore. 

Bishop, Amelia. Biltmore. 

Bell. Rev. G. H., Asheville, R. F. D 
No. 2. 

Dixon, Luke, Asheville, R 
No. 2. 

Minnie. Y. W. C. A., 



Jennie, Asheville, R. 1 
Bessie, Asheville. R. E 
Liilie B., Asheville, I 
Asheville, It. F 

Asheville 



D. 



R. F. D. 



J. 



F. D. 
F. D. 



F. D. 



Margaret. Asheville, R. F. 

Lula. Asheville, R. F. D. 



Asheville, R. F. D. 



Wallace, 
Asheville. 

Britta'n, 
D. No. 5. 

Farmer, 
No. 5. 

Mull, Bertha. 
No. 5. 

Kimberly, Miss Faunie, Asheville. 

x\nderson. Augusta, Asheville. 

Ray. Clara, Asheville. 

Hughes, Berta, Leicester. 

Weaver, Edna. Weaverville. 

Blankenship. G. H.. Weaverville. 

Gash, Helen. Yv'eaverville. 

Howell, Loretta, Weaverville. 

Bradley, Vester. Brankton. 

Wells, Frank L.. Brankton. 

Davis, Fonella. Brankton. 

Whittemore, Maggie. Taft. 

Jones, Maurice, Taft. 

Sawyer. H. E.. Beech. 

Corpening, Clara. Mars Hill. 

Corpening, Mrs. AFce, Mars Hill. 

Fox, Johanna, Jupiter. 

Redmond, Minnie, Asheville. 

Worley, Artie, Jupiter. ' 

Williams, Florence, Weaverville. 

Morgan, S. .T.. Morgan Hill. 



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Dillingham, Hattie, Morgan Hill. 
Woodward, G. B., Democrat. 
Roberts. Merkie, Democrat. 
Sams, Agnes, Weaverville. 
Hurst, Jennie, Ivy. 
Edwards, J. B., Barnardsville. 
Edwards, Dovie. Barnardsville. 
Wilson, R. W., Barnardsville. 
Brown, Rev. J. C, Dillmgharn. 
Chambers, Sallie, Dill.nghain. 
Carter. Lois. Democrat. 
Catson, Hattie, Barnardsville. 
Edwards. Jane, Barnardsville. 
Miller, Lillian, Barnardsville. 
Burleson, Josie, Barnardsville. 
Garrison, W. G., Democrat. 
Alexander, Edith, Farm School. 
Coggins, Dr. J. C, Black Moun- 
tain. 

Lyerly, J. M. L., Black Mountain. 
Lyerly, E. Maye, Black Mountain. 
Foreman, Mrs. E. B., Montreat. 
Prince, Carrie L., Montreat. 
Roberts, Ada, Alexander. 
Smith, Bonnie, Alexander. 
Maney, Dora, Democrat. 
Vance, Katie, Alexander. 
White, Floss, Alexander. 
Ashworth, R. P., Biltmore. 
Carter, Eula, Alexander. 
Ammons, J. J., Morgan Hill. 
McKinney, Fulton, Democrat. 



ASHEVTLIiE. 

Population, 1910: IS, 762. No. white 
polls, 1.672; No. colored polls. 695. 

Value real estate, .$7,895,356; value 
personal property, $3,472,563. 

Tax Rate: $1.50 on the $100. 

Bonded debt $1,000,000. Floating 
debt, $50,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. E. Rankin. 

Chief of Police — D. K. Lyerly. 

City Clerk— L. W. Young. 

Treasurer — J. B. Erwin. 

Tax Collector— C. H. Bartlett. 

Standard-Keeper— T. J. Mitchell. 

City Attorney — J. Frazier Glenn. 

Police Justice — J. G. Adams. 

City Supt. of Health— L. B. Mc- 
Brayer. 

Postmaster— W. W. Rollins. 

R. R. Agent— W. H. Maher, South- 
ern Railway Co. 

Express Agent — J. T. James. 

Telegraph Managers — E. N. Wil- 
liams. Western Union ; Mr. A. K. 
Akers, Postal. 

Telephone Manager — M. Erskine. 
MINISTERS ANT> CHURCHES. 

Baptist— Rev. C. B. Waller. 

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, H. H. 
Robbins. W. E. Poovey. Pastors. 



Piesbyterian— R. 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. 
"Western Hotel. 
Glen Rock Hotel. 
Florence Hotel. 
New Windsor. 
Montford Hotel. 
Gladstone. 
Cherokee Inn. 

BOARDING HOUSES. 
Beaumont Lodge. 
The Belvidere. 
Billows Rest. 
Bonuiview. 
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. 

Ninetv-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. 

Mountain Meadows Inn. 

Martin, Mrs. Annie D. 

Watkins. Mrs. S. A. 

Webb, Mrs. M. E. 

Webb House 

Willis, Mrs. S. T. 

Wrenwood. 

Wrischt, Mrs. M. D. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Smith & Carrier. 

Melton. A. L. 

Davis, T. E. 

Chunn, C. H. 

Lord. W. H. 



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BANKS AND BANKERS. 

American National Bank — L. L. 

Jenkins, President ; R. M. Fitz- 
patrick, 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. 
BOARD OF TRADE. 

H. W. Plummer, President; Neptune 
Buckner, Secretary. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Blue Ridge Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation. 

Home Building & Loan Assoc'a- 
tion. 

BAKERS. 

Asheville Strane Bakery. 

Beurer's Bakery. 

Paul's Model Bakery. 

Woman's Exchange. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Hilderbrand, D. S. 

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. 

Baker, H. D. 

Penland, A. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Morrison, T. S., & Co. 

Asheville Harness Co. 

Brown, C. L. 

Wallace, J. C. 

CLUBS. 

Asheville Club. 

Elks' Club. 

Country Club. 

Albemarle Club. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Kroger, William. 

Asheville Wholesale Grocery Co. 

Rickman, T. J. 

Reiley, M. J. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Baker, C. P. 

Club Cafe & Candv Kitchen. 

Fisher, H. L. 

Heston, J. M. & Son. 



Lee-Bryant Co. 
Mascari, Charles. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Byerly, E. 

Creasman & Owenby. 
Clements, G. W. 
Smith, J. W. M. 
Daiton, T. S. 
Francis, W. C. 
McDowell, E. E. 
McPherson, J. C. 
Patton, J. L. 
Tennent, J. A. 
Westall, J. M. 
Frost, E. I. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Asheville Coal Co. 
Asheville Coal & Lumber Co. 
Southern Coal Co. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Asheville Dry Goods & Clothing Co. 
Blomberg, A. 
Blomberg, S. I. 
Finestein, S. , 

Glaser & Sugg. 
Moore, M. V., Co. 
Redwood, H., & Co. 
Stoner, O. E. 
Whitlock Clothing Co. 
Zagier, M. 
Zagier, R. B. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
Peerless Fashion Co. 
Redwood, H., & Co. 
Lipinsky, S. 

DENTISTS. 
Foreman, J. W. 
Sinclair, J. A. 
Reeves, R. H. 
Ramsey, J. F. 
Hunt, F. L. 
Fawcett, J. W. 
Parker, J. M. 
Smathers, Waxier. 
Durham, Benjamin. 
Mann, I. 
Chambers, E. O. 
Hall, B. F. 
Glenn, C. F. 
Matthews, Augustus. 
Sinclair, P. D. 

TOBACCO DEALERS. 
Blomberg, L. 
Schas, M. 

Asheville Tobacco Co. 
Pugh, C. S. 
Barbee's Cigar Store. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Carmichael, W. C. 
Rayser, C. A. 
Asheville Pharmacy. 
Baird, C. W. 
Grants Pharmacy. 
McKay's, Pharmacy. 
Montford Drug Co. 
Sea well's Pharmacy. 
Smith's Drug Store. 
Streetman, T. L. 
West End Drug Store. 



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DOCTORS. 

Ambler, C. P. 
Anderson, J. G. 
Ballard, A. M. 
Battle, S. W. 
Briggs, H. H. 
Brownson, W. C. 
Bryan, J. W. 
Bryant, R. H. 
Buckner, R. G. 
Callaway, A. W. 
Carroll, J. L. 
Carroll, R. S. 
Cheesborougb, T. P. 
Coeke, Jere. 
Dunn, W. L. 
Eckels. O. F. 
Elias, L. W. 
Fletcher, M. H. 
Frazier, Thompson. 
Gardner, G. D. 
Gibbs, E. W. 
Crlenu. C. B. 
(iruner, E. P. 
Hampton, J. E. 
Hilliard, W. D. 
Hunnicutt, W. J. 
Jordan, C. S. 
McBrayer, L. B. 
Meacham & Rockwell. 
Merriwater, F. T. 
Merrimon. Louise. 
Millender, M. C. 
Minor, C. L. 
Morris, E. R. 
Orr, P. G. 
Paquin, Paul. 
Powell, W. V. 
Pritchard, Arthur. 
Purefoy, G. W. 
Reynolds, C. V. 
Ringer, P. H. 
Sawyer, James. 
Sevier, D. E. & L. T. 
Smith, Owen. 
Stevens, M. L. 
Van Ruck, Carl. 
Van Ruck. Svlvo. 
Walker, J. W. 
Weaver, H. B. 
Whittington. W. P. 
William. John H. 
Zimmerman. C. S. 

POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Asheville Electric Co. 

W. T. Weaver Power Co. 

FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Asheville Packing Co. 
Rogers, W. F., & Sons. 
FLORISTS. 
Lashly, D. A. 
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. 



MRNITURE DEALERS. 

Beaumont Furniture Co. 

Burton & Holt. 

Deal & Rector. 

(ireen Bros. 

Moore, W. L. 

Smathers, J. L., & Sons. 

Walton & McLain. 

GROCERS. 
Slayden, Fakes & Co. 
Mustern-Robertson 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. 
Harkins, R. W., & Co. 
Hayes, J. F. 
Hyams. M. 
Ingle. J. B. 
Jarrett, E. C. 
Jenkins, J. H. 
Johnson, W. E. 
Johnston, J. V. 
Micholov, A. D. 
Millholland & Lipe. 
Miller, F. M. 
Noland-Mclntyre Co. 
Olive, H. J. 
Owenby & Son. 
Redman, S. M. 
Stradlev & Luther. 
Webb. D. H. 
Welch, J. L., & Co. 
Sawyer, C. 
Yates & McGuire. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Hreen. 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.) 
Moale, Chiles & Redwood. (Fire.) 

JEWELERS. 
Field. Arthur M., Co. 
Alexander, G. 
Carpenter, J. E. 
Cosby, B. H. 
Frost. 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 Citv Steam Laundry. 



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LAWYERS. 


Tucker, J. H. 


Adams, J. G. 


Van Winkle, Kingsland. 


Adams, J. S. 


Way, Eugene. 


Adams, J. Sneed. 


Weaver, Guy. 


Adicks, H. F. 


Weaver, Zebulon. 


Andersou, J. B. 


Webb, Charles A. 


Arthur, J. B. 


Welch, Gilmer. 


Barnard, A. S. 


Wells, R. M. 


Bernard, S. G. 


Whitson, W. R. 


Britt, J. J. 


Williams, R. R. 


Bourne, L. M. 


Wright, G. H. 


Brown, M. W. 


PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 


Brown, W. P. 


Fitzpatrick, R. L., & Son. 


Carter, Frank. 


Perkinson, T. J. 


Carter. H. B. 


Excelsior Paint Co. 


Chedester, H. C. 


Miller-Rice Co. 


Cocke, P. C. 


Bowles, R. E. 


Cocke, Wm. J. 


PRODUCE DEALERS. 


Craig, Locke. 
Curtis, Z. F. 


McConnell Bros. 


PLUMBERS. 


Davidson. T. F. 
Davies, Wm. M. 


Rich, J. R., Co. 
Ball & Thrash. 


Featherston, A. A., Jr. 


Guischard, G. L. 


Ford, J. F. 


Moore, J. W. 


GiUis, Donald. 


Union Plumbers. 


Glenn, J. F. 


PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 


Gudger, J. M., Sr. 


Falk, C. 


Gudger, J. M., Jr. 


Dunham, H. A. 


Gudger, Owen. 


Burton & Holt. 


Gudger, V. L. 




Harkins, T. J. 


PHOTOGRAPHERS. 


Haynes, J. W. 


Hage & Koonce. 


Jones, C. E. 


Ray, C. F. 


Jones, T. A. 


Brock, I. 


Jones, W. W. 


Lindsey, T. H. 


Lee, C. G. 


McCanless, J. M. 


Lissenbee, C. C. 


REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 


Lusk, V. S. 


Aston, Rawls & Co. 


Lyman, A. J. 


Forbes & Campbell. 


McCall, R. S. 


Atkinson & Sons. 


Malone, C. N. 


Moale, Chiles & Redwood. 


Martin, J. C. 


Grant Realty Co. 


Martin, J. H. 


Canaday, W. M. 


Merrick, Duff. 


Donnahoe & Bledsoe. 


Merrimon, J. G. 


Batterham, H. 


Merrimon, J. H 


Brown & Logan. 


Merrimon, H. E. 


Hall & Penland. 


Millard, D. R. 


Marsteller & Co. 


Montieth, A. D. 


McCloskey, J. J. 


Moore, Charles A. 


Woods, F. T. H. 


Morrison, A. T. 


Carter, G. D. 


Murphy, J. D. 


Campbell, J. M. 


Parker, Haywood. 


Ingle, F. D. 


Randolph, E. G. 


Lyman, A. J. 


Ravenel, S. P. 


Messier, F. M. 


Reynolds, G. S. 


TAILORS. 


Reynolds, R. R. 


Brown & Co. 


Rickman, T. J. 


Logan, S. T. 


Roberts, Gallatin. 


Foller, J. J. 


Rollins, T. S. 


Whitlock Clothing Co. 


Settle, Thomas. 


UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 


Shuford, G. A. 


Noland-Brownell Co. 


Shuford, W. E. 


Hare, Baird & Co. 


Sondley, F. A. 


Red Cross Undertaking Co. 


Starnes, J. R. 


Starnes, J. R. 


Stevens. H. B. 


Brown, J. V., & Son. 


Styles, J. S. 


VETERINARY SURGEONS. 


Swain, J. E. 


Tuttle, A. A. 


Thomas, F. W. 


WALL PAPER HANGERS. 


Thomasson. G. A. 


Fitzpatrick, R. L.. & Sons. 


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PRINTING OFFICES. 

Hackney-Moale Co. 
The Inland Press. 
Asheville Printing Co. 
Rogers, II. T. 
newspapers and editors. 

Gazette News (Daily and Semi- 
Weekly)— \V. A. Hildebrand, Editor. 

New Testament Christian (Monthly) 
—Lucius B. Compton, Editor. 

Our Church Record (Monthly)— E. T 
Coyner, Editor. 

Health Bulletin (Monthly)— Dr. L, 
B. McBrayer, Editor. 

Asheville Citizen — James H. Caine 
Editor. 
LllIBEK M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. ! 

Westall, J. M., & Co. 

Westall, W. H., & Co. 

Coleman, J. S., Lumber Co. 

Scott Lumber Co. 

Mason, B. C. 

Whiting Lumber Co. 

Wm. Bitter Lumber Co. 

Arbogast, J. C. 

Asheville 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. L, & Co. 

Cherokee Marble Works. 

Wolfe, W. O. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Hans Bees 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 . 

Barnard, W. W. 



Methodist Protestant— G. L. Curry, 
P'lstor 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Weaverville College— O. S. Dean, 
President. 

Weaverville School — G. H. Blanken- 
ship, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Beagan, J. J. 
Reagan, L. A. 
Gill, J. M. 
Robinson, Z. B. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Beeves T. H. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Whitamore, J. M. 
West, C. P. 
Beeves, W. H. & Son. 
Mick Brothers. 
Merrill, E. B. 
Lotsprich & Chambers. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Beagan, W. M. 
Weaver, Capt. 
Hollister, Mrs. 
Broadwater, Mrs. J. 
Beeves. Mrs. W. H. 
Nelson, Mrs. Wm. 
Wagoner, Mrs. Dan. 
Hoover, Mrs. 
West Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Beagan, W. M. 
Roberts & Reagan. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Reams Creek Woolen Mills. 
Weaverville Flour Mill. 
Howland, R. S., Grist Mill. 



WEAVERVTLIiE. 

Incorporated in 1909. 

Population, 1910. White, 600; col- 
ored, 150; total, 750. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty. $225,000. 

Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — O. P. Lotsprich. 

Postmaster— T. H. Weaver. 

Chief of Police — B. L. Buckner. 

R. R. Agent — D. Wagoner, Agent 
for the Weaverville Electric Line. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— F. A. Hanley, E. C. 
Gibbs, Pastors; J. B. Warren, Weav- 
erville Circuit. 



BLACK MOUNTAIN. 

Incorporated in 1893. 

Population, 1910: White, 500; col- 
ored, 50; total, 550. 

Value real estate, $100,000; value 
personal property, $50,000. 

Tax rate: 35c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— L. W. Morgan. 

Postmaster— G. W. Stepp. 

Chief of Police— Phil. Glenn. 

R. R. Agent— J. E. Simpson, South- 
ern Bailway Co. 

Manager Telegraph— L. E. Morgan. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— W. G. Mallonee, Pastor. 

Baptist— B. S. Freeman, Pastor. 

Methodist (Northern)— Bev. Mr. 
Mattisou. Pastor. 

Presbyterian— E. L. Siler, Pastor. 

Episcopal— Bev. Mr. Meyers, Rector. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

High School— Prof. J. C. Coggins, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Commonwealth — J. W. McKoy, 
President; A. A. Hegeman, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Cotton, C. E. 

Archer. I. J. ' 



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Terrell, A. J. 
Landis, B. F. 

DENTISTS. 

Dr. Burke. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Landis & Terrell. 

GENERAL. MERCHANDISE. 

McKov, J. M. 
Plall, W. C. 

Pemberton, C. L., & Co. 
Mayer, J. A. 
Queen, E. W. 
Hill, W. M., & Co. 
Allred, J. J., & Co. 
CaublC, P. A. (Groceries.) 
Carolina Feed Store. 
Cash Store. 

McGraw, Jno. G., Agent. 
Reed, R. H. 
Reed. J. E. 
Melton, J. M. 
Klnsey & Dickson. 
Wahahab, James. 
Morgan, K'nsey & Co. 
LAWYERS. 
Eckels, J. D. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Gladstone Hotel. 

Mountain View House. 

The Inn. 

Crawford Boarding House. 

Mt. Mitchell Inn. 

Enthoffer Inn. 

Broadfoot, J. B. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Brown Bros. 

Bradham Co. ■ 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Black Mountain Building and Loan 
Association. 



REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 
AGENTS. 

Hegeman & Currier. 

Marshburu, P. M. (Real Estate). 



BILTMORE. 

Incorporated in 1893. 
Population, 1910: White, 400; color- 
ed, none; total, 400. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — S. P. Ravenel. 
Postmaster — B. J. Luther. 
Chief of Police— F. L. Sharpe. 
R. R. Agent — G. A. Digges, South- 
ern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — S. T. Warren, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Episcopal — R. R. Swope, Rector. 
Methodist— J. J. Barker, C. C. Du- 
pont, Pastors. 

DOCTORS. 
Elias, L. W. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Biltmore Drug Store. 
GROCERS. 
Stoner, A. D. 
Grantham. T. L. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Stoner, A. D. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Stoner, A. D. 
BUT CHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Biltmore Market. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Biltmore Livery Stables. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Biltmore Estate Industries. 



BURKE COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, MORGANTON. 



Population: (Census 1910), 21,408. 

Formed in 1777. Named in honor of Edmund Burke. 
Area: 400 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $2,635,295; value of personal property, $1,214,53S. 
Property listed in 1911. by whites, $3,757,305; by negroes, $92,528. 
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 Co., 29.70 miles, assessed value $1,161,866.75 

Pullman Co., assessed value 5,761 .80 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 5. son. 12 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. assessed value 5,690.30 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. assessed value 9,652.00 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway, 2.18 miles, assessed value. 20.890.00 

Superior Court Terms: March 11th; June 3d (civil); August 5th; De- 
cember 2d (civil). 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— L. A. Bristol, 
Morganton. 

Sheriff — Forest C. Berry, Mortrnnton. 



Register of Deeds — John B. Hollo- 
way, Morganton. 

Coroner — F. E. Cooke, Morganton, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 



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Treasurer — S. S. Lane, Morgan toil. 

Surveyor — J. P. Bumgarner, Mor- 
ganton, R. P. D. No. 1. 

Co. Supt. of Health— E. W. Phifer, 
Morgan ton. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — T. L. Sig- 
mon, Connelly Springs. 

Supt. of County Home — Durant 
Gibbs, Morganton, R. P. D. No. 4. 

Co. Hoard of Education — J. H. 
Giles, Glen Alpine; J. E. Coulter, 
Connelly Springs; Joe T. McGimsey, 
Morganton. 

County Commissioners — John A. 
Dixon, Morganton; Frank Cook, 
Hildebrand; J. M. Brinkley, Glen 
Alpine. 

County Board of Elections — A. C. 
Avery, Jr., C. E. Tate, S. Hoffman, 
Morganton. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Morganton Township — D. C. Pear- 
son, Morganton; H. C. Beaton, Mor- 
ganton; John Hallyburton, Morgan- 
ton. 

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. 
No. 3; M. A. Carswell, Connelly 
Springs, R. F. D. No. 3; Thomas Set- 
tlemyre, Connelly Springs. R. F. D. 
No. 3; R. P. Cloud, Connelly Springs, 
R. F. D. No. 3; C. M. Hoyle, Connelly 
Springs. R. F. B. 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 — Molt Carswell, Mor- 
ganton, R. F. B. No. 4;; Joseph 
Hipps. Morganton. R. F. B. No. 4; 
J. J. Poteet, Morganton, R. F. B 
No. 4. 

Quaker Meadows — John Houk, Mor- 
ganton, R. F. B. No. 3; T. C. Fleming, 
Morganton, R. F. B. No. 3; John Har- 
bison, R. F. B. No. 5. 

Linville— S. B. Moore. Fonta Flora; 
W. T. Austin. Gibbs; Joe Hemphill, 
Fonta Flora. 

Smokey Creek — J. R. Benfield, Mor- 
ganton, R. F. B. No. 2; W. M. War- 
lick, Morganton, R. F. B. No. 2. 

Lovelady — J. E. Coulter. Connelly 
Springs; C. S. Berry. Brexel; P. A. 
Bollinger, Yaldese. 

Lower Creek — S. S. Hallyburton, 
Morganton, R. F. B. No. 2; W. A. 
Hood, Morpanton, R. F. B. No. 2;.Tohn 
Roderich. Morganton. R. F. B. No. 2. 

Icard — J. W. Parrish. Hildebrand; 
W. A. Hildebrand, Hildebrand; G. 
L. Stines, Hildebrand; M. B. Earney, 
Hildebrand; P. M. Cook, Hildebrand." 

Upper Creek — Salem Franklin, Jonas 
Ridge; J. A. Fleming, Table Rock; 
W. A. Kincaid, Joy. 



MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Baptist — R. L. Patton, Morganton ; 
Rev. Hageman, Morganton ; P. J. Shell, 
Gibbs. 

Methodist — J. A. Rictor, Brexel; E. 
C. Pansey, Connelly Springs. 

Presbyterian — No pastor. 
3IERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Giles, A. H., Fonta Flora. 

Noblett Bros., Leuville Store. 

Kenedy & Co., Table Rock. 

Berry Bros., Brexel. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Bridgewater Milling Co., Glen 
Alpine. 

SAW MILLS. 

Pitts & Giles, Glen Alpine. 

Pitts, J. B., Glen Alpine. 

Kincaid, S. A., Chesterfield. 

Hutton & Bourbonnais, Morganton. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Johnson, J. AY., Bostic. 

Cooper, J. B., Brexel. 

Hauss, W. E., Connelly Springs. 

Hood, J. E., Morganton. 

Loven, Eugene, Cold Springs. 

Harbison, Alex., Connelly Springs. 

Cook, Aaron, Moro-anton, Route 
No. 4. 

Carswell, M. K., Morganton, Route 
No. 4. 

Benfield, H. S., Morganton. Route 
No. 2. 

Hood, W. A., Morganton, Route 
No. 3. 

Cook, F. E., Morganton, Route 
No. 4. 

Spann, L. L.. Rutherford College. 

Harbison, Walter, Morganton 

Route No. 5. 

Puett. C. P., Morganton. 

Bennett, Benjamin, Morganton.- 

Waters, O. C, Morganton Route 
No. 1. 

Harbison, Melvine, Morganton 
Route No. 5. 

(Jwaltney. Parks. Morganton, Route 
No. 2. 

Cook, F. F., Connelly Springs. 

Perkins. R. C. Connelly Springs. 

Smith, Miss M. B., Morganton. 

Houk, Miss May, Morganton. 

Hood. M : ss Lizzie, Morganton, 
Route No. :!. 

Whisenant, Miss Jennie, Morgan- 
ton, Route No. 2. 

Whisnant. Miss Minnie. Morganton. 

Tate. Miss Katie. Morganton. 

Smith, Miss Winnie, Morgantou. 

Hood, Miss Eva, Morganton. 

Daves. Miss Mary, Morganton, 
Route No. 2. 

Moore, Miss Ida, Morganton. Route 
No. 2. 

Wall. Miss Mattie, Morganton. 

Jaymes, Miss Hattie, Morganton, 
Route No. 3. 

Waters. Miss Olive, Morganton, 
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Duckworth. Miss Cull, Morganton. 

Smith, Miss Jennie, Morganton, 
Route No. 3. 

Williams, Miss Eloise, Morganton, 

Halyburton, Miss Margaret, Mor- 
ganton. 

Hoffman, Miss Mabel, Morganton, 
Route No. 2. 

Taylor, Miss Carey, Bridgewater. 

Poole, Miss Bessie, Bridgewater. 

Seals. M ss Bessie, Bridgewater. 

Whisnant, Miss Ethel, Glen Alpine. 

Tomlinson, Miss Lena, Connelly 
Springs. 

Hoffman, Miss Lizzie, Henry. 

Campbell, Miss Terissa, Rutherford 
College. 

Hudson, Miss Sadie, Connelly 
Springs. 

Brittain, Miss Maud, Connelly 
Springs. 

Reep, Miss Bertha, Rutherford 
College. 

Arney, Miss Eola, Worry. 

Hoffman, Miss Mabel, Morganton. 

Connelly, Miss Louise, Connelly 
Spriugs. 

Morris, Miss Lillie, Rutherford 
College. 

Carter, Miss Cornelia A., Morgan- 
ton. 

McErwine, Miss Eloise, Morganton. 

Presnell, Miss Mary, Morganton. 

Pearsen, M'ss Janie S., Morganton. 

Holloway, Miss Pearl w Morganton. 

McCurry, M'ss Mayo, Morganton. 

Miller, Miss Mary A., Morganton. 

Corpening. Miss Belle, Morganton. 

Erwin, Miss Ira. Morganton. 

Ervin, Miss Catherine, Morganton. 

Matthews, Miss Mary E., Morgan- 
ton. 

Laxton, Miss Buna, Linville Falls. 

Freeman, Miss Joye, Morganton. 

Laxton, M ; ss Carrie, Morganton. 

Bright, Miss Belle, Rutherford Col- 
lege. 

r.arber, J. M.. Rutherford College. 

Bumgarner, M ; ss Buna, Connelly 
Springs. 

Hairfield, Prof. E. M., Morganton. 

Edmonson, Prof. F. A., Glen Al- 
pine. 

Neill, Miss Gertrude. Glen Alpine. 

Logan, Miss Eva, Bridgewater. 

Lewis, Miss Annie, Bridgewater. 

Giles, Miss Bertha, Fouta Flora. 



MORGANTON. 

Population, 1910: 2,712. No. white 
polls. 196: No. colored polls. 100. 

Value of real estate, .$553,740; value 
personal property, $477,503. 

Tax Rate: $1.00 on the if 100. 

Bonded debt, $26,900; floating debt, 
$5,900. 

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. P. 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 — No pastor. 

Methodist — H. H. Jordan, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — No 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. 

McConnauchev House. 

Hemphill, Mrs. T. L. 

Patton House. 

Southern Hotel. 

Walton 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. 

Reid & 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, Nos. 1. and 2. 

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. 
Cox, X. H. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
Lazarus Bros. 



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DENTISTS. 

Jeter, I. P. 
Dula, A. M. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
News Herald (Weekly)— T. G. Cobb, 
Ed tor. 

Deaf Carolinian (Semi-Monthly) — 
Olivia B. Grimes, Bditoress. 
DRUGGISTS. 
Leslie, W. A. 
Burke Drug Co. 

DOCTORS. 
Riddle, J. B. 
Phifer, E. W. 
Warlick, E. S. 
Ross, C. E. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Davis, I. I., & Son. 
Presnell & Hogan. 
Hildebrand & Connelly. 
POAVER AND EIGHT COMPANIES. 
Morganton Electric Light Co. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 
Ross, W. A. 
Newton, P. P. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
Pearson, J. H. 
Beach, J. A., & Son. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Grady & Lowderinilk. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Claywell Bros. 
Kerksey, C. F. 

GROCERS. 
Morganton Grocery Co. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Morganton Hardware Co. 

HOSPITALS. 
Grace. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Hildebrand. M. P. 
Ervin, W. C. 
Harbison, W. A. 
Hossfield. F. 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. 
Avery, A. C, Jr. 
Ervin, S. J. 
Perkins, John T. 
Mull, J. M. 
Huffman, R. L. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Morganton Hardware Co. 
Kerksey, C. F. 

PAINTERS. 

Lytle, Albert. 

Ervin, Jim. 

Webber. L. J. 



PRODUCE DEALERS. 

Shuping, J. A. 
Pearson, John H. 
McConnoughey, R. L. 

PLUMBERS. 

Fleming, Thomas. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Webb, L. W. 

Gillem, Mrs. M. E. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Hoffman, Fred. 

McDowell, Manly. 

Hossfield, F. W. 

Patton, P. W. 

Burke Real Estate Co. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

I lay well Bros. 

Kerksey, W. L. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Ervin, Jim. 

Webber, L. J. 

Lytle, Albert. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Morganton Building and Loan As- 
sociation. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Morganton Furniture Co. (Furni- 
ture). 

Morganton Spoke and Handle Fac- 
tory. 



GLEN ALPINE. 

Incorporated in 1SS1. 

Population, 1910: White, 3S7 ; col- 
ored, 31. Total, 418. 

Value real estate, $50,000; value 
personal property, $15,000; tax 
rate. 10 cents per $100. 

Mayor — F. A. Edmonson. 

Postmaster — J. D. Pitts. 

Chief of Police — Jake Epley. 

R. R. Agent — T. A. Simpson, South- 
ern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — T. A. Simpson, 
Southern Railway. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— E. J. Poe, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — No pastor. 

Lutheran — D. A. Goodman, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Glen Alpine Hi?h 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. 

Giles Bros. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Brinkley, L. F. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Pitts, J. D.. (Lumber and Mfg.) 

Pitts and Giles (Lumber and Mfg.) 



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RUTHERFORD COLLEGE. 

Incorporated in 1SS1. 

Population, 1910: 308. 

Value real estate, $13,424; value 
personal property, $20,705. 

Tax Kate: 30c. on the $100. 

.Mayor — J. F. Coulter. 

Postmaster — Mrs. Emma Moss. 

Chief of Police — R. E. Cassels. 

R. R. Agent — B. B. Abernethy, 
Southern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — Fanzo Aber- 
nethy, Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— J. F. Moser, W. E. 
Poovey, D. P. Goode, R. S. Aber- 
nethy, P. D. Moore, E. J. Poe. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Rutherford College — Prof. Irving 
B. McCoy, President. 

Rutherford College Graded School — 
Miss Jennie Lunsford, Superinten- 
dent. 

DOCTORS. 

Goode, T. V. 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Wilson, J. E., & Co. 
Estes, L. L. 
Lefener, A. L. 
Abernethy, R. S. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Johnson, J. P. 
Moore, C. C. 
Fleming, H. A. 
Campbell, W. F. 
Randle, Bufort. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Morris, J. B. 

HILDEBRAN. 
Incorporated in 1899. 
Population, 1910: White, 75; col- 
ored, 13; total, 88. 
Value of real estate about $60,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — J. W. Beach. 
Postmaster — O. M. Yoder. 
Chief of Police — J. W. Bailey. 
City Clerk — J. E. Yoder. 
Treasurer — J. W. Beach. 
R. R. Agent — J. E. Yoder. 
Express Agent — J. E. Yoder. 



CABARRUS COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, CONCORD. 



Population: (Census 1910), 26,240. 

Formed in 1792. Named in honor of Stephen Cabarrus. 

Area: 488 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $4,944,610; value of personal property, $2,421, 4S0. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, $7,164,589; by negroes, $201,501. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 48; for negroes, 22. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 212-3 cents on the $100; roads and bridges, 
30 cents. Interest fund. 5 1-3 cents. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 350. Worked by convict labor and by taxa- 
tion. 

Bonded debt, $105,000. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

North Carolina Railroad Co., 17.16 miles, assessed value $1,192,574.11 

Yadkin Railroad, 1.15 miles, assessed value 6,900.00 

Pullman Co., assessed value 3,329.04 

Gold Hill Telephone Co., assessed value 54.00 

Harr'sburg Telephone Co., assessed value ,... 2S.">.o<> 

Southern Express Co., assessed value \ 3,334.69 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 17,230.53 

Concord Telephone Co., assessed value 3.200.00 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 3,473.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 6.21 6.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 1.674.10 

Southern Power Co., assessed value 42,613.00 



Superior Court Terms : 

21st. 



January 29th; May 6th; August 26th; October 



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 — C. A. Isenhour, Concord. 



Surveyor — Reece I. Long, Concord. 

Co. Supt. of Health— R. M. King, 
Concord. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— Charles E. 
Boger, Concord. 

Supt. of County Home — M. I. Wine- 
coff, Concord, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Co. Board of Education — James P. 



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Cook, (chrin.), Concord; W. F. Smith, 
Davidson, R. F. D. No. 24; G. F. Mc- 
Allister, Mt. Pleasant. 

County Commissioners — ■ W. W. 
Flowe, (ehrni.), Concord; John A. 
Barnhardt. Harrisburg, R. F. D. No. 
2; John W. Morris. Concord, R F. D. 
No. 1; John W. Cook, Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 2; George W. Dry, Goldhill, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

County Board of Elections — M. B. 
Stickley, (chrrn.), Concord; G. H. Rut- 
ledge, Concord; J. H. Dorton, Concord. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

No. 1. Township — W. H. Oglesby, 
Harrisburg; J. W. Stallings, Harris- 
burg ; Waiter 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, 
R. F. D. No. 24. 

No. 4 — T. L. Ross, Kannapolis ; J. 
W. Winecoff, Glass; J. A. Wineeoff, 
Glass. 

No. 5— M. J. Shinn, Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 3; P. M. Misenheimer, Concord, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

No. 6 — A. Crowell, Concord. R. F. 
D. No. 4; G. B. Ritchie, Concord, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

No. 7— G. W. Dry, Gold Hill. R. F. 
D. No. 2; G. H. Moose, Gold Hill. R. 
F. D. No. 2; J. C. Isenhour, Gold Hill. 
R. F. D. No. 2; H. D. Cruse, Gold 
Hill. R. F. D. No. 2. 

No. 8 — Jonas Cook, Mt. Pleasant; T. 
A. Moser, Concord, R. F. D. No. 5; 
L. S. Shirey, Mount Pleasant; W. B. 
F' slier. Mount Pleasant. 

No. 9 — P. F. Widenhouse, George- 
ville. 

No. 10— W. H. Bost. Harrisburg, R.F. 
D. No. 4; Sam Black. Harrisburg, 
R. F. D. No. 2; Will Black, Harris- 
burc, R. F. D. No. 4. 

No. 11— C. F. Smith, Bost's Mill ; 
Walter Thompson, Concord. 

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. Hisejins, Harris- 
bur-. R. F. D. No. 4; W. T. Allbright, 
Concord; W. B. Shinn. Kannapolis; 
Marvin Ridenhour, Concord. 

Presbyterian — J. B. Summers, Con- 
cord, R. F .D. No. 2. 

Baptist— J. W. Snider, Concord; W. 
T. Talbirt, Concord. 

Lutheran— Lester D. Miller, Mt. 
Pleasant. 

SCHOOES 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. 

Crier, S. A., Harrisburg. 

Black, J. C, Harrisburg, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Vow, I. A., Georgeville. 

Gouger, George J., Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Flow, J. W., Kannapolis. 

Caudle, H. H., Kannapolis. 

Pharr, T. F., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Shinn & Widenhouse, Georgeville. 

Barrier & Son, Georgeville. 

Little, D. J., Bosts Mills. 

Hartsell, P. J.. Harrisburg, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Carriker, J. W., Harrisburg, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Biggers, R. W., 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. 

Richmond-Sloan Co., Kannapolis. 

Patterson-Young Mercantile Co., 
Kannapolis. 

Furr, M. M., Kannapolis. 

Smith, F. L., Drug Co., Kannapolis. 

Missouri City Mercantile Co., Con- 
cord. 

Yates, A. W., Concord. 

Stallings, P. F., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Goodnight & Johnson, Concord, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Black, Sam. Harrisburg, R. F. D. 2. 
COTTON GINS. 

Bost. E. T., Bosts Mills. 

Pharr, T. F., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Stallings, P. F., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Garmon, John, Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Flowe & McAnnulty, Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 7. 



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R. A. Brown's Sons, Concord. 

Sliinn & Wiclenhouse, Georgeville. 

Cannon, W. F., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Poplar Tent Ginning Co., 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. 

Flowe & White, Concord. 

McEachern, J. C, Harrisburg, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Morrison Bros., Concord, No. 2. 

Faggart, E. F., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Earnhardt, J. L., Coucord, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Hagler, George, Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Measimer, E. C, Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Green, J. B., Harrisburg, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Foil Bros., Mt. Pleasant. 

Herrin, M. E., Mount Pleasant. 

Triece, J. P., Glass. 

Harry, W. D., Harrisburg. 

Wallace, J. R., Huntersville. 

W. R. Kindley Mfg. Co., Mt. Pleas 
ant. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Concord. 

Widenhouse, M. L., Concord. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Bost, E. T., Bosts Mills. 

Pharr, T. F., Concord, R. F. D. No. (1. 

(iarmon, John, Concord. R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Morris, W. W., Concord. 

Cox Bros., Concord. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Furr, M. M., Concord, R. F. D. No. 7. 

Green & Garmon, Harrisburg, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Shinn & Widenhouse, Georgeville. 

Kindley, W. R., Mt. Pleasant. 

Foil Bros., Mt. Pleasant. R. F. D. 
No. 3 . 

Concord Milling Co.. Concord. 

Cabarrus Roller Mill, Concord. 

Rhickwelder, G. A., Concord. 

Greaber, H. A., Concord. 
SAW MILLS. 

Safrit, R. W., Concord, R. F. D. 
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. 

Hartsell, R. L., Smiths Ford. 

Chaney, 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. 



PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

White, Mis s Sallie Belle, Concord, 
R. F. D. No. 7. 

Woltz, C. B., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Lapsley, Miss Elsie, Concord, R. 
F. D. No. 6. 

Earnhardt, Miss Maggie, Harris- 
burg, R. F. D. 

Dorton, J. H., Harrisburg, R. F. D. 

Gourley, James, Harrisburg. 

Gourley, Miss Mary, Harrisburg, R. 
F. D. 

Oats, Miss Belle, Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Kirk, Miss Mary, Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Townsend, Miss Iva, Harrisburg, 
R. F. D. 

Harry, Miss Sarah, Harrisburg, R. 
F. D. 

Johnston, Miss Cora, Concord, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Cannon, Miss Emma, Concord, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Long, J. B., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 
I Bradford. Miss Grace, Davidson, R. 
F. D. No. 24. 

Rogers, E. S., Davidson, R. F. D. 
No. 24. 

Kerr, J. G.. Davidson, R. F. D. No. 
24. 

Emmerson, Miss Carrie, Concord, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Rumple, Miss Ella Mav. Concord, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Wallace, Miss Lizzie, Huntersville, 
R. F. D. No. 21. 

Shinn, M. J., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Ridenhour, H. C, Kannapolis. 

Cook. Miss Nina. Kannapolis. 

Efird, Miss Maggie. Kannapolis. 

Cook, Miss Nina, Kannapolis. 

Isenhour, Miss Mary. Kannapolis. 

Hendrix. Miss Maggie, Kannapolis. 

Castor, Miss Ollie, Kannapolis. 

Earnhardt, Miss Lettie, Glass, R. 
F. D. 

R'denhour, T. H., Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Bost, Miss Daisy, Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Weddington, W. J., Concord. 

Johnston, Miss Ola, Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Steele. Miss K. Lee, Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Sulher, John A., Concord. R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Barnhardt, C. A.. Concord. R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Rogers, Miss Aria. Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Harris, Miss Elizabeth, Concord, 
R. F. D. NO. 4. 



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Andrew, Chas. R., Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Hudson, Miss Minnie. Concord, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Krimminger, Miss Loretta, Rock- 
well. B. F. D. 

Barnhardt, Mrs. C. H., Gold Hill, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Bonds, Miss Mamie. Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Linker, C. E., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Patterson. Miss Myrtle, Concord, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Greene, Joe M., Gold Hill. 

Lentz, A. N., Gold Hill, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Dutton, W. H.. Richfield. 

Honevcutt, Miss Nora, Gold Hill, 
R F. D. No. 2. 

Blackwelder. Miss Ida, Gold Hill. 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Welch. M:ss Elma. Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Krimminger, Miss Amanda, Con- 
cord. R. F. D. No. 4. 

Beaver. W. B.. Mount Pleasant. 

Bikle, Dr. L. A., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Barrier. Hiip;h, Mount Pleasant. 

McAllister. Miss Maggie. Mount 
Pleasant. 

Grier. Miss Lila, Mount Pleasant. 

Barringer, J. L. D.. Concord, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Barringer, Miss Lena. Georgeville. 

Pruitt, M ; ss Salle. Bost Mills. 

Barrier. Paul. Mount Pleasant, R. 
F. D. 

Shupinar. J. M.. Harrisburg, R. F. 
D. 

McCurdy, Miss Fanie. Harrisburg, 
R. F. D. 

Shinn, Miss Lizzie. Harrisburg, R. 
F. D. 

Penninger, H. M., Concord. R. F. 
D. No. 7. 

Or'er, Miss Mary Belle. Concord, R. 
F. D. 

Moose, D. W., Concord. R. F. D. 
No. 7. 

Wlrte, Miss Nannie, Concord, R. F. 
D.. No. 7. 

Bost, Miss Fannie, Harrisburg, R. 
F. D. 

Hartsell, Miss Lavinia, Harrisburg, 
R. F. D. 

Jenkins. D. A., Locust, R. F. D. 

Erxin, Miss Emma, Concord, B. F. 
D. No. .5 

Black, Mr.. Concord, R. F. D. No. 
5. 

Lippard. David. Concord. 

Grier, Thos., Concord, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Erx : n. Miss Emma, Concord, R. F. 
D .No. 6. 



Hudson, Miss Agnes, Concord, R. 
F. D. No. 6. 

Cline, Miss Ollie, Concord. 

Ervin. Mrs. Ed. S., Concord, R. F. 
D. No. <!. 



CONCORD. 

Population, 1910: 8.715. 

Nil white polls, 1,123; No. colored 
polls, 13S. 

Value real estate. $2,477,159 ; value 
personal property, $761,600. 

Tax Rate: $1.50 on the $100 and 
$2.46 on poll. 

Bonded debt, $324,500. 

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 — A. P. Cannon. 

Express Agent — W. B. Ward. 

Telegraph Managers — Miss Virginia 
Fouchee. Western Union. 

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. 

Episcopal (All Saints)— W. H. Ball. 
Rector. 

Lutheran (St. James)— Chas. P. Mc- 
Laughlin, Pastor: (St. Andrews), 
Charles Pless. Pastor. 

Methodist— (Central). J. H. West, 
Pastor; ("Forest Hill). W. M. Robbins, 
Pastor; (Epworth|), G. G. Harley, 
Pastor. 

Preshyterian — (First), J. M. Grier. 
Pastor; (McKinnon), No Pastor; 
(Cannonville). G. N. Thomas; (Bay- 
less 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. 

New South Cafe. 

City Cafe. 

Isenhour Bros. 

Allen House. 

Fisher House. 

Marshall Hotel. 



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ARCHITECTS. 

Querry, John R. 

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. 
Woodhonse, 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. 

Cannon & Fetzer Co. 

White-Morrison-Flowe Co. 

Brown-Cannon Co. 

Parks, H. L., & Co. 

Parks-Belk Co. 

Wilkinson-Yv'idenhouse Co. 

Barrier- Widenhouse & Co. 

Cline Bros. 

Bflrd's. 

Smith, T. J., & Bro. 

Waddell, I. H., & Sons. 

Furr, D. M, 

Furr & Bost. 

Widenhouse & Sous. 

Dry, C. A., & Co. 

Furr, J. M. 

Walter, M. C, Co. 

Smith, J. B., & Bro. 

BOOK STORES. 

White-Morrison-Flowe Co. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

nay vault. J. F.. & Co. 

Sappen field. C. M. 

Morrison, W. F. 

Beck, Fred. 
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. B. (Manufacturer). 

Yorke & Wadsworth Co. 

Ritchie Hardware Co. 

Dayvault, A. S. 

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 Candy Kitchen. 

Norman, J. 

Scarboro & Roberts. 

Ritz, H. G. 

Dove & Bost Co. 

Lippard <fe Barrier. 

McKinley & Cosby. 

DRUG STORES. 

Gibson Drug Store. 

Peoples Drug Co. 

Davis Drug Co. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Querry, John R. 

Caldwell, D. A. 

Walthall, R. L. 

R. A. Brown's Sons. 

Dry, C. B. 
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Craven, K. L., & Sons. 

Foil, W. A. 

Pounds, A. B. 

Foil, C. H. 

Sapp, J. T. 

CHAMBER OF COM3IERCE. 

United Citizens Club — L. W. Bran- 
der, President; J. C. Fink, Secretary 
and Treasurer. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Cannon & Fetzer Co. 

Brown-Cannon Co. 

White-Morrison-Flowe Co. 

Parks, H. L. & Co. 

Parks-Belk Co. 

Wilkinson-Widenhouse & Co. 

Efird's. 

Barrier, Widenhouse & Co. 
COTTON GINS. 

Yorke & Wadsworth Co. 

Ritchie Hardware Co. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 

Parks. H. L., & Co. 

Efird's. 

Parks-Belk Co. 

DENTISTS. 

Herring, H. C. 
Houston, W. C. 
Ezzell, W. L. 
Davis. J. V. 

TOBACCO DEALERS. 
Hartsell, A. F., Co. (Wholesale). 
Patterson, G. W. (Wholesale). 

DRUGGISTS. 
Gibson Drug Store, (Inc.) 
Davis Drug Co. 
Cabarrus Drug Co. 
Peoples Drug Co. 
Marsh, M. L. 
Laughlin, J. F. 

DOCTORS. 

Young, R. S. 
Smoot, J. E. 
Pemberton, W. D. 
Arcbey, L. M. 
Caldwell, D. G. 
Kint?, R. M. 
Lnffertv. J. S. 



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W. 



Wallace, J. 

Reed, .1. F. 

MacFayden, R. R. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

White-Morrison-Flowe Co. 

Parks, H. L. & Co. 

Black, R. K. 

Efird's. 

Widenhouse & Sons. 

Dry, C. A. 

Furr & Bost. 

Walter, M. C, Co. 

Fisher's. 

Parks-Belk Co. 

Wilkinson- Widenhouse Co. 

Barrier, Widenhouse & Co. 

Waddell, I. H., & Sons. 

Smith, T. J., & Bro. 

Furr, D. M. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Board of Light & Water Commis- 
sioners, Southern Power Co. 
FRUIT DEALERS. 

Patterson, G. W. (Wholesale). 

Concord Candy Kitchen. 

Ritz. H. G. 

Dove & Bost Co. 

Lippard & Barrier. 

Scarboro & Roberts. 

Norman, J. 

Ilahn-Honeycutt Co. 

Glass. W. J. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'K'S. 

White-Morrison-Flowe Co. 

Cline & Moose. 

Dayvanlt, A. S. 

Yorke & Wadsworth Co. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Sappenfleld, C. M. 

Isenhouer Bros. 

New South Cafe. 

Morrison, W. F. 

FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Concord Foundry & Machine Works. 
FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Bell-Harris Furniture Co. 

Craven Bros. Furniture & Under- 
taking Co. 

Concord Furniture Co. 

Wilkinson, H. B., & Co. 
GROCERS. 

Hartsell, A. F., & Co. (Wholesale.) 

Patterson, G. W. (Wholesale.) 

White-Morrison-Flowe Co. 

Lippard & Barrier. 

Hahn-Honeycutt Co. 

Glass, W. J. 

Parks, H. L„ & Co. 

MeKinley & Cosby. 

Smith. J. E„ & Bro. 

Dove & Bost Co. 

Waddell. I. H., & Son. 

Smith. T. J., & Bro. 

Wilkinson-Wideuhouse Co. 

Walker. D. M. 

Williams. C. J., & Co. 

Furr & Bost. 
Barrier-Widenhouse & Co. 

Laughlin, John. 

Blackwelder, Arthur. 

Suther, C. A. 



Walter, M. C, Co. 

Widenhouse & Sons. 

FIVE AND TEN-CEXT STORES. 

Brachen, Miss Glenn. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Yorke & Wadsworth Co. 
Ritchie Hardware Co. 
White, C. R. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Hurley, J. F. (Life). 
White, E. F. (Life and Fire). 
Moon, J. V. (Life.) 
White, T. J. (Life.) 
Patterson, John K. (Life and Fire) 
Smith, T. W. (Life.) 
Citizens Bank & Trust Co. (Life.) 
Southern Loan & Trust Co. (Life.) 
Southern Loan & Trust Co. (Fire.) 
Citizens Bank & Trust Co. (Fire.) 
Hendrix, J. M. (Fire.) 

JFAVELERS. 

Correll, W. C, Jewelry Co. 
Willeford, J. C. 
Collett, J. W. 

LAUNDRIES. 
Concord Steam Laundry. 

LAWYERS. 
Hartsell, L. T. 
Montaomery, W. J. 
Crowell, J. L. 
Means, W. G. 
Smith, W. M. 
Stickler, M. B. 
Pu, -year, H. S. 
Williams. H. S. 
Maness, T. D. 
Furr, D. M. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 
Yorke Furniture Co. 
Sills Lumber. 
Niblock, F. C. 
Dry, C. B. 
National Lumber Co. 
Southern States 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. 
Whitlock, Marvin. (Sign.) 
Mund, Frank. 
Whitlock, William. 
Ritz, H. G. (Sign.) 

PLUMBERS. 
Gradv, Brady Co. 
PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Bell & Harris Furniture Co. 
Wilkinson. W. A. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Mayeld, J. H. 
Newman, T. C. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Concord Times (Weekly) — J. B 
Sherr'll, Proprietor. 



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The Concord Daily Tribune — J. B. 

Slierrill, Proprietor. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 

Job Press. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Southern Loan & Trust Co. 
Patterson, John K. 
White, E. F. 
Concord Ins. and Real Estate Co. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 

Sills Lumber Co. 

Niblock, F. C. 

Caldwell, D. A. 

TAILORS. 

Concord Pressing Club. 

City Pressing Club. 

Vacuum Pressing Club. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EIUBALMERS. 

Bell & Harris Furniture Co. 

Craven Bros. Furniture & Under- 
taking Co. 

Wilkinson, H. B., & Co. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Griffin, B. L. 
Bunn, J. F. 
Spencer. T. N. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Correll, E. F. 
Muiid, Frank. 



MT. PLEASANT. 

Incorporated in 1S56. 

Population. 1910: White, S00; col- 
ored. 150: total. 950. 

Value real estate. $75,000 ; value per- 
sonal property, $170,000. 

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 — A. G. Goodman, Pastor. 



German Reform — Rev. Mr. Shulen- 
burger, Pastor. 

3Iethodist — N. R. Richardson. Pas- 
tor ; Mount Pleasant Circuit, W. A. 
Jenkins. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Mt. Pleasant Collegiate Institute — G. 

F. McAllister, Principal. 

Mount Amonae 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. 

Moose. G. D. 

Foil, M. A. 

Matthews, J. M. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Moose, A. W. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Foil Bros. 

Heilig, C. G. 

Blackwilder Co. 

Hartsell, W. S. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Welsh House. 

Leutz Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Foil & Moose. 
Louder, J. F. 

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, .1. H., Machine Shop. 



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, $1,924,090; value of personal property, $1,349,245. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, $3,228,139; by negroes, $45,202. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 75; for negroes, 13. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 23 2-3c. on the $100; special, 3 l-3c. 

County bonded debt. $19,000. 

Public Roads: Worked under Old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Express Co., assessed value $ 6.9S2.04 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 1,087.44 

Lenoir Electric Co., assessed value. . '. 5,000.00 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway, 38. 34 miles, assessed value. 307,390.00 

Cit'zens Light and Power Co., assessed value 5.400.00 

Watauga Turnpike Co., assessed value 0.750.00 

Superior Court Terms: February 20th (criminal) ; May 20th (civil only) ; 
June 10th (civil); August 19th; November 2oth (civil cases only). 



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COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — W. C. Moore, 
Jr., Lenoir. 

Sheriff — Julius P. Icard, Saw Mills. 

Register of Deeds — J. M. Crisp, 
Lenoir. 

Treasurer — R. F. Shuford, Lenoir, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Coroner — John L. Austin, Leuoir, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Surveyor — R. M. Houck, Lenoir. 

County Supt. Health— Dr. C. B. Mc- 
Nairy, 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 (ehrm.), Granite Falls; M. L. 
Greer, Lenoir; M. G. Shearer, Lenoir. 

County Commissioners — M. Deal, 
Lenoir, R. F. D. No. 2; W. J. Har- 
ington, Patterson ; W. D. Wilkie, 
Granite Falls. 

County Board of Elections — Mark 
Squires (chrm.1. Lenoir; J. B. Isbell,: 
Lenoir; L. E. Rabb, Lenoir. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

John's River Township — "W. T. 
Mayes, Collettsville; S. A. McCall, 
Lenoir, R. F. D. No. 5; John Hayes, 
Happy; D. W. Lloyd, Collettsville. 

Hudson — J. P. Bush, Lenoir, R. F. 
D. No. 3; Joe M. Linsjle, Hudson; W. j 
H. H. Hartley, Hudson. 

King's Creek — F. G. Laxton, King's 
Creek ; J. M. Beach. King's Creek ; 
Piekins Barlow, King's Creek. 

Wilson's Creek — Job. F. Cook, 
Edgemont. 

Lenoir — W. L. Swanson, Lenoir, R. 
F. D. No. 3; D. M. Cloninger, Lenoir; 
F. B. Mitchell, Lenoir, R. F. D. No. 
5; .T. A. Bush, Sr., Lenoir. 

Lower Creek — John P. Carlton, Le- 
noir, R. F. D. No. 1; E. A. Poe, Le- 
noir: O. 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. 
Winkler, Lenoir, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Globe— M. G. Cook, R. G. MeLain. 
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; 
A. G. Corpeniiiir, Granite Falls, R. 
F. D. No. 2: J. M. Smith, Granite 
Falls. R. F. D. No. 2. 

Patterson — H. L. Boliek, Finley ; 
J. A. Storie, Finley: Thos. F. Cof- 
fey. Finley: R. A. Woods, Finley. 

Yadkin Valley— J. R. Steele, Yarlkin 
Yallev; W. W Turnurre, Yadkin 
Valley: W. D. Goble. Yarlkin Valley. 

Lovelady — Geo. W. Hayes, Granite 



Falls; I. B. Williams; Granite Falls; 
I. A. Starnes, Granite Falls. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Second Adventist — G. D. Sberrill, 
Lenoir, R. F. D. No. 1; R. L. Isbell, 
Patterson. 

Baptist — E. D. Crisp, Lenoir; I. W. 
Thomas, Leno'r: W. N. Cook, Saw 
Mills; J. B. Phillips, Happy; J. H. 
Nelson, Patterson ; L. C. King, 
Gamewell; J. R. J. Annas, 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 
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. 

Rabb & Cook, Edgemont. 

Cragg & Moore. Globe. 

Mortimer Store Co., Mortimer. 

Gwyn-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. 

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. 

Cedar Valley Mills, Lenoir. R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Smith. H. S., & Co., Petra. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Shaver. E. A., Leuoir, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Crisp. W. C, Lenoir, R. F. D. No. 4. 

Elrod, J. E., Patterson. 

Webb. Miss Edna. Collettsville. 

Isbell. J. H., King's Creek, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Gragu'. Miss Ella. Globe. 

Estes. Miss Bertha. Upton. 

Sherrill. J. G.. Lenoir, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Wilson. Miss Esper. Granite Falls, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Downs, J. L.. Downsville. 

Curtis, Miss Annie, Globe. 

Steele. Miss Nora L., Yadkin Valley. 

Steele. M'ss Bertha. Patterson. 



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Kirby, Miss Ella, Granite Falls. 

Deal, Miss Ella, Lenoir. 

Wh.te, Miss Emma, K ng's Creek. 

Teague, T. G., Granite Falls. 

Flowers, Miss Elma, Granite Falls. 

Greer, Miss Cora, King's Creek. 

Greer, Miss Clara, King's Creek. 

Isbell, Miss Frances, King's Creek. 

Deal, Miss Kate, Lenoir. 

Coffey, Miss Nannie, Finley. 

Coffey, Miss Vonnie, Lenoir, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Price, H. W., Granite Falls, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

B;ngham, 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. 

Faucette, Miss Laura, Lenoir. 

Blount, Miss Mary P., Lenoir. 

England, Miss Maude, Lenoir. 

Fuller, Mrs. S. W., Lenoir. 

Dula, Mrs. B. H., Lenoir. 

Tea'gue, Mrs. Jennie, Granite Falls. 

Asheburn, Miss Hattie, Granite 
Falls. 

Anderson. Miss Fannie, Lenoir, R. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Kincaid, Miss Emma, Lenoir, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Smith, Miss Winnie, Morganton, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Barlow, Miss Minnie, Lenoir, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Bowman, Mrs. Robt., Lenoir, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Barlow, Mrs. Hettie, Lenoir, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Miller, Mrs. Grace, Lenoir, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Van Nort, W. H., Lenoir, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Beach, H. M., Lenoir, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Beach, Grover, Lenoir, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Hartzog, W. C, Lenoir, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Winkler, W. P.. Lenoir, R F. D. 
No. 2. 

Shaver, Charl ; e, Draco. 

Reece, Miss Lillie, Granite Falls, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Ried, G. C, Granite Falls, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Bumgarner, Miss Etta, Grauite 
Falls. R. F. D. 

Deal, Miss Lena D., Granite Falls, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Teague, R. L., Boomer, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Smith, Miss Kate, King's Creek, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Carroll, Miss Annie, Mortimer. 

Witherspoon, M : ss Cora, Edgemont. 

Brown, Miss Nellie, Blowing Rock. 

Payne. Edgar. Blow'nir Rock. 



Reid, Rev. J. B., Collettsville. 

Miller, R. L., Collettsville. 

Hollifleld, Miss Jessie, Kelsey. 

Shepherd, Miss Nellie, Yadkin Val- 
ley. 

Long, Miss Ethel, Hudson. 

Evans, Miss Alma, Hudson. 

Grant, H. S., Supt., Granite Falls. 

Atkinson, Miss Dora, Granite 
Falls. 

Vick, Miss Jennie, Granite Falls. 

LENOIR. 

Population, 1910: About 4.000. No. 
white polls, 300; No. colored polls, 60. 

Value real estate, $400,000; value 
personal property, $600,000; tax rate, 
QQ 2-3 cents 

Bonded debt, $100,000; floating 
debt, $5,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— R. M. Tuttle. 

Chief of Police — M. E. Whitener. 

City Clerk— R. L. Gwyn. 

Treasurer — R. L. Gwvn 

Tax Collector — M. E. Whitener. 

Standard-Keeper — D. S. Perry. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. C. B. Mc- 
Nairy. 

Postmaster — W. E. Miller. 

R. R. Agent— F. C. Hanks, C. & N. 
W. Railway. 

Express Agent — H. C. Martin. 

Telegraph Manager — Miss Elean 
Hailey, Western Union Tel. Co. 

Telephone Manager — Zeb. Miller, 
Lenoir Electric Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— J. O. Fulbright, Pastor. 

Episcopal — J. Y. Joyner, Rector. 

Methodist — C. M. Pickens, Pastor ; 
J. J. Eades, Lenoir Circuit. 

Presbyterian — Charles T. Squires, 
Pastor. 

Zion Reformed — A. S. Peeler, Pastor. 

Evangelical Lutheran — J. A. Yount, 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Davenport College — Dr. J. B. 
Craven. President. 

Lenoir Graded School — E. C. Ruffin, 
Superintendent. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Carlheim Hotel. 

Icard House. 

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- 
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BOARD OF TRADE. 

J. H. Beall, President; W. E. Mil- 
ler. Secretary. 

BRICK 3IANUFACTURERS. 
Powell, J. M., & Sons. 

BOOK STORES. 
Lenoir Book Store. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 
Huffman, Luther. 
Phifer, J. P. 
Cloer. G. W. 

CARRIAGE DEALERS. 
B.irnhardt-Seagle Hardware & Fur- 
niture Co. 
Henkel Live Stock Co. 
Lenoir Hardware & Furniture Co. 

COTTON MILLS. 

Lenoir Cotton Mills. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Campbell, B. F. 
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. 
Moore, O. L. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Lenoir News (Semi-Weekly) — H. C. 
Martin, Editor. 

Lenoir Topic (Weekly)— 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. 
McNairy, C. Banks. 
Moore. J. Claude. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Backet Store. 
Newlaud, 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, B. F. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Lenoir Hardware & Furniture Co. 
Bernhardt Hardware & Furniture 
Co. 

HOSPITALS. 
Foothills Sanatorium. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Lutz, O. P. 
Newland, T. M. 

JEWELERS. 

Dula. A. W. 
Perry, D. S. 
Link, K. A. 

LAWYERS. 

.Tones, Edmund. 

Newland, W. C. 

Wakefield, Lawrence. 

Whisnant, J. W. 

Squires, Mark. 

Newland, T. H. 

Williams, B. F. 
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. 

Grier Machine Works. 
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Bernhardt-Seagle Hardware & Fur- 
niture Co. 

Kent Drug Store. 

Shell, J. E. 

Lenoir Hardware & Furniture Co. 

PAINTERS. 

McRary, J. N. 
Bush, J. Henry. 

PLUMBERS. 
Puette & Knox. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Moore, Y. D., & Son. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Teague, H. M. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Hartlev & Bush. 
Self & Dula. 
Shearer & Whisnant. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Harper Furniture Co. (Furniture.) 
' Wilson Lumber & Milling Co. 



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TAILORS. 

Wilson, Mrs. J. R. 
Johnson, Mrs. J. B. 
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. 

MARBLE DEALERS. 

Miller-Reins Co. 

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 Vaueer Co. 

Caldwell Furniture Co. 

Moore-Stone Chair Co. 



GRANITE FALLS. 

Incorporated in 1S96. 

Population, 1910: White, 550; col- 
ored, none. 

Value real estate, $75,000 ; value per- 
sonal property. $75,000. 

Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. T. Payne. 
Postmaster — W. E. Starns. 
Chief of Police — Dal. Setzer. 



Treasurer — W. E. Coon. 
R. R. Agent — A. M. Martin, Caro- 
lina and N. W. Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — A. M. Martin. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — D. F. Carver, Pastor. . 
Lutheran — J. P. Price. Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Granite Falls Graded School — H. S. 
Grant, Principal. 
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA- 
TIONS. 

Granite Falls Building and Loan 
Association. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Granite — J. W. 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. 



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. $1,111,675; value of personal property, $370,739. 
Property listed in 1911, by whites, $1,384,875; by negroes, $97,539. 
No. of Schools: For whites, 20; for negroes, 12. 

Tax Rate: County. 16 2-3c. ; special county, 6 l-3c. ; schools, 20c; special 
school, 5c. on valuation of $100. 
Public Roads: No. miles, 150. Worked under Old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Express Co., assessed value- $ 910.62 

Pullman Co.. assessed value 1,746.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 369.50 

Norfolk Southern Railroad, 5.00 miles, assessed value 65,203.50 

Norfolk and Carolina Telephone andTel. Co., assessed value 4,243.00 

Lake Drummond Canal and Water Co., assessed value 72,000.00 

Superior Court Terms: March llth: September 11th. 



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COUNTY OFFICERS. 
Clerk of the Court— J. \\ . Walston, 
Camden. 

Sheriff— C. G. Etheridge, Camden. 
Register of Deeds — Miles W. Fere- 
bee, Camden. 
Treasurer — J. R. Sawyer, Camden. 
Coroner— E. C. Bell, SMloh. 

Co. Sunt, of Health— Dr. W. AY. 
Sawyer, Shiloh. 

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 (clirm.), Camden; G. F. Spen- 
cer, South Mills; J. E. Cook, Indian- 
town. 

County Commissioners — S. E. Over- 
tly, (chrm.), Belcross; D. N. Bray, 
Shiloh ; Charles Norris, South Mills. 

County Board of Elections — A. Saw- 
yer. Belcross; D. E. Williams, South 
Mills ; James 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, 
Shiloh; J. E. Cook, Shiloh; M. F. 
Toxev. Shiloh. 

Court House — T. B. Boushall, Bel- 
cross; S. E. Overhy, Belcross; T. B. 
Godfrey. Camden ; M. W. Ferebee, 
Camden. 

South Mills— J. W. Sawyer. South 
Mills: B. B. James, South Mills; J. 
H Sawyer, South Mills; J. F. Foster, 
Smith Mills. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Baptist— S. F. Bristow. Elizabeth 
City: W. W. Sisk, Elizabeth City. 

Episcopal — C. F. Smith. Rector. 
LAWYERS. 

Tillett, D. H.. Shiloh. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Dozier. W. R. Jr.. Principal, Shiloh. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Sawyer, W. W., Shiloh. 

Ferebee. C. G., Gregory. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Harrell, W. P.. Shiloh. 

Ferrell. C. L... Shiloh. 

Burgess, R. T., Old Trap. 

Sawyer. A., Sons & Co., Belcross. 

Berry. W. S., Belcross. 

Robertson, T. S.. Belcross. 

Sawyer, L. M., Camden. 

Wright, W. G., Shiloh. 

Forbes, W. M., Shiloh. 

Bartlett, T. F., Bartlett. 

Bursress. Hubbard, & Co.. Old Trap. 

Toxey & Foster. Riddle. 

Daugh. C. T., & Bro., Indiantown. 

Sawyer, C. S.. Camden. 
COTTON GINS. 

Sawyer, L. M., Camden. 

Sawyer. A.. Belcross. 

Sawyer & Burgess. Old Trap. 

Sawver & Hinton. Shiloh. 

Wright. W. G. 

Ker\*-nn & Godfrey. Camden. 



CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Bartlett, T. F., Bartlett. 

Sawyer, L. M., Camden. 

Keaton & Godfrey, Camdeu. 

Sawyer, A. Belcross. 

Sawyer & Burgess, Old Trap. 

Sawyer & Hinton, Shiloh. 

Wright, W. G.. Shiloh. 
SAW MILLS. 

Hinton & Harrell, Shiloh. 

Burgess, J. B., Old Trap. 

Sawyer, L. M., Camden. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Cheek. Mrs. J. T.. Old Trap. 

Jacobs, Miss Nellie V., Old Trap. 

Hobson, Miss Sarah W.. Old Trap. 

Forbes. Miss Mary, Old Trap. 

Grey, Miss Marion, Shiloh. 

Tillett. Miss Angie, Shiloh. 

Dozier. R. C, Shiloh. 

Walker, Miss Hattie, Shiloh. 

Forbes, N. B.. Shiloh. 

Burgess, W. J.. Shiloh. 

Spencer. Miss Emily S., Indiantown. 

Barco. Miss Emma J.. Indiantown. 

Boyce, Miss Nita, Belcross. 

Ferebee, Miss Blanche B., Belcross. 

Ferebee, Miss Eucy, Camden. 

Ferebee, Miss Essie, Camden. 

Burgess, Miss Mamie, South Mills. 

Hewitt, Miss Myrtle S.. South Mills. 

Jerome. J. T.. South Mills. 

Winslow, Miss Celia M., South 
Mills. 

Nichols, Miss Bertha. South Mills. 

Stephens, Miss Mary L.. South 
Mills. 

Lewis. M ; ss Annie. South Mills. 

Evans, Miss Ethel. Lily. 

Perry, Miss Verneena, Camden. 



SOUTH MILLS. 

Incorporated in 1903. 
Population. 1910: White, 350; col- 
ored. 150; total. 500. 

Value real estate. §250,000; value 
personal property, $8,000. 

Tax Rate: S5c. on the $100 and 
$2.45 poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — C. H. Spencer. 
Postmaster — W. R. Dozier. 
Chief of Police — G. W. Norris. 
Manager Telegraph— W. S. Bartlett, 
(Telephone.) 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist— J. B. Ferebee, Pastor. 
Methodist— C. P. Jerome, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
South Mills High School— J. T. 
Jerome. Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Cohn, B. W. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Cohn & Jacobs. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Stafford. W. T. 
Riffss, G. H, & Co. 
Williams. C. S. 
Taylor. J. W, 



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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. 



AGENTS. 



SHOPS. 



INSURANCE 

Spencer, G. F. 

GENERAL REPAIR 

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 

mill.) 

Koontz Bros. (Saw and 

mill.) 



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CARTERET COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, BEAUFORT. 



Population: (Census 1010), 13,776. 

Formed in 1721. Named in honor of Lord George Carteret. 

Area: 520 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $1,963,678; value of personal property. $849,777. 

Property listed in 1011, by whites, $2,705,281; by negroes, $107,174. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 44; for negroes, S. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 21c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 5c; 
special, 16c. County bonded debt, $25,000. Special school tax, 5c ; State, 
25c. : schools, 20c. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 150. Worked under old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES: 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 3 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 5 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. assessed value 1 

Norfolk Southern Railroad, 3.18 miles, assessed value 41 

Norfolk Southern R. R. — A. and N. C. Div., 15.75 miles, assess- 
ed value 231 

Beaufort Telephone Co., nssessed value 1 

Morehead City Telephone Co., assessed value 

Superior Court Terms: March 11th; June 17th; October 14th. 



3.-2.04 
,010.00 
705 77 
,470.70 

1 1 1 .52 
.ooo.oo 

S00.00 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Cleft* 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. Hardesty, 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. 
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 
Whitehurst, Beaufort; D. E. Lang- 
dale, Beaufort; J. F. Duncan, Beau- 
fort. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Merrimon Township — H. T. Banks, 
Lukens ; H. V. Nelson. Merrimon. 



Smyrna — Anthony Willis, Smyrna; 
W. D. Bell, Marshallburg. 

White Oak— P. A. Koonce, Stella; 
Thos. Smith, Ocean; W. L. Taylor, 
Ocean ; E. A. Sanders, Ocean. 

Morehead — J. R. Bell, Morehead 
City; W. E. Smith, Morehead City; 
A. C. Davis, Morehead City ; George 
Smith, Morehead City ; S. L. Nelson. 
Morehead City; D. J. Hall, Morehead 
City; Hugh Murdock, Wildwood ; W. 
J. Hales. Morehead City. 

Beaufort— M. A. Marshall, Beaufort; 
Edward Neilsem, Beaufort ; L. J. 
French, Beaufort. 

Hunting Quarters — Thomas T. Good- 
win, Roe; Thos. Chadwick, Atlantic. 

Straits — Chas. Hancock, Harker's 
Island ; M. F. Willis, Straits. 

Newport— W. W. Chadwick. Har- 
lowe; A. L. Wilson, Newport; Daniel 
Simmons. Newport. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

M. E. Church, South— J. P. Pate, 
Carteret Circuit: W. E. Trotman. 
Straits Circuit: Alantic, E. D. Dodd ; 
J. D. Daniel. Portsmouth. 

Free Will Baptist — J. B. Russell, 
Beaufort; T. Gaskins. Wit; I. W. Rus- 



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sell, Beaufort; L. C. Garner, New- 
port; C. S. Merrill, Morehead City. 

Christian — .T. R. Jennette, Beaufort; 
D. B. Garner, Newport. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Atlantic High School— Atlantic. 
Straits Graded 'School— Straits. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Davis, Geo., Beaufort. 
George, D. I., Marshallburg. 
Adams, L. C, Atlantic. 
Sanders, J. W., Bogue. 
Mason, C. N., Harlowe. 
Paul, W. T., Wit. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Dennis, C. C, Cedar Point. 
Taylor, B. S., Boone. 
Smith, W. C, Boone. 
Russell, B. S.. Boone. 
Moore, Mrs. M. E., Boone. 
Koonce, D. S., Ocean. 
Sanders, E. A., Ocean. 
Smith, Wm., Newport, R. F. D. 
Dixon. Asa. Newport, R. F. D. 
Chadwiek, G. C, Straits. 
Leffers, Sam'l, & Co., 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. T., Williston. 

Willis, J. R., & Bro. 

Finer, R. W., Williston. 

Davis, T. C. Davis. 
Davis, F. P., Davis. 
Davis, A. F.. Davis. 

Styron, S. E., Davis. 

Babbit. G. W., Davis. 

Willis, Mrs., Davis. 

Robinson. M., Stacy. 

Willis, Wallace, Wit. 

Taylor Bros., Wit. 

Taylor, J. E.. Wit. 

Taylor, I.. Wit. 

Gaskill & Bro.. 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. 

Styron, D., Lupton. 

Babb, W. H., Portsmouth. 

Robinson. Alex.. Portsmouth. 

Dixon, Joe. Portsmouth. 

Pelletier. J. W.. Stella. 

Koonce, P. A.. Stella. 

Kuhn, Wm., Knhns. 

Buck, W. W., Pelletiers. 

Taylor, W. F., Bogue. 

Dixon. A. H.. Newport, R. F. D. 



Graham, J. C. & Sons, Newport. 

Dickerson, E. C, Beaufort, R. F. D. 

Foreman, Alex., Beaufort, R. F. D. 

Russell, J. B., Beaufort, R. F. D. 
Simpson, S. L., Beaufort R .,F. D. 

Mason, J. R., Harlowe. 
COTTON GINS. 

Pelletier, J. W., Stella. 

Newberry, Mrs. Y. Z., Newport. 

Norris & Sanders, Beaufort. 

Morton, J. S., Harlowe. 

Thomas, T. M., Beaufort. 

Merrill, Thomas, Beaufort. 
SAW MILES. 

Sanders & Norris, Beaufort. 

Thomas, T. M., Beaufort. 

Pelletier, J. W., Stella. 

Merrill, Thomas, Beaufort. 

Graham, J. C, Newport. 

YN'illis, Alonza T., Williston. 

Powell, W. R., Beaufort. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Salter, Van, Bettie. 

Willis, C. R., Morehead. 

Eubanks, Floyd, Beaufort, R. F. D. 

Nelson, Miss Lena, Atlantic. 

Mason, Miss Lovie, Atlantic. 

Oglesby, Miss Nettie, Newport, R. 
F. D. 

Cafrie, D., Lukins. 

Langdale, Miss Pearl, Beaufort, R. 
F. D. 

Hassell, Miss Marguerite, Beaufort. 

Hoiton. Miss Beulah, Harlowe. 

Ball, M. W., Newport. 

Weeks, Miss Macie, Pelletier. 

Duncan, Miss Mattie, Beaufort. 

Pearce, Miss Nettie, Beaufort. 

Gillikin, Miss Nannie, Beaufort. 

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. Wildwood. 

Murdoch. Hugh, Wilwood. 

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. Irwin W.. Davis. 

Langdale. Miss Pearl, Beaufort, R. 
F. D. 

Cohsleton, Miss Nellie, Beaufort. 

Whitehurst, J. J., Beaufort. 

Humphrey, Miss Ettene, Bogue. 

BEAUFORT. 

Population, 1910: 2,750. 
No. white polls, 272; No. colored 
noils. 139. 



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Value real estate, $510,000; value 
personal property, $150,000. 

Tax Bate: 50c. on the $100 and 
30c. special. 

Bonded debt, $20,000; floating debt, 
$6,500. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — A. Gardner. 

Chief of Police — John H. Skarren. 

City Clerk— T. Thomas. 

Treasurer — Jno. Beverage. 

Standard-Keeper — S. J. Moore. 

City Attorney— D. G. Fowle. 

City Supt. of Health — Geo. Davis. 

Postmaster — W. A. Mace. 

B. B. Agent— Seth Gibbs, Norfolk 
& Southern, R. R. 

Express Agent — Seth Gibbs. 

Telegraph Manager — Thos. Duncan, 
Western Union Telegraph Company. 

Telephone Blanager — 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 BOABDING HOUSES. 

Davis House. 

Inlet Inn. 

Manson House. 

Norcom House. 

Gem Cafe. 

Savage House. 

ABCHITECTS. 

Simpson, Clarence. 

Shull, W. J. B. 

BANKS AND BANKEBS. 

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 STOKES. 

Hill, Chas. 

BUTCHEBS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Davis, L. 

Noe, T. D., & Son. 

Hancock & Smith. 

CLUBS. 

Old Topsail Club. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Clawson, C. A. 

Potter Bros. 

Podrie, H. C. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDEBS. 

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 DEALEBS. 
Russell, Geo. A. 
Hodges. R. T. 

CHAMBEB OF COMMERCE. 
C. L. Abernethy, President; U. E. 
Swann, Secretary. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Yoffle, Sam. 
Guthrie & Co. 
Taylor, N .W. 
Felton, Richard. 

DENTISTS. 
Staton, Frank. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Beaufort Drug Co. 
Davis, George. 

DOCTORS. 
Davis, George. 
Maxwell, C. S. 
Clarke, F. M. 
Duncan, C. L. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTION'S. 
Guthrie & Co. 
Garner, L. A. 
Taylor, N. W. 
Yoffle, Sam. 
Moore, Mrs. C. A. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 
Beaufort Electric Light Co. 

FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Chadwick & Caffrey. 

Dey, C. P. 

The Doane & Bartlett Co. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Holland, M. C. 
Potter, H. L. 
Potter, J. H., & Son. 
Smith, W. P. 
Taylor, N. W. 
Gold Point Fish Co. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Gaskill & May. 

GROCERS. 
Clawson, C. A. 
Springle, M. R. 
Hancock & Smith. 
Potter Bros. 
Jones, J. B., & Sons. 
Hill, Chas. 
Noe, L. J. 
Smith, J. S. 
Styron, Geo. 
Pierce, Geo. 
Jones, H. C. 
Thomas, A. 
Weeks, J. 
Scott, Chas. 
Scott, George. 
Lougest, F. 
Stanley, John. 
Ramsey. J. E. (Wholesale). 
Beaufort Grocery Co. (Wholesale). 
Bell. W. L. (Broker.) 



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INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Thomas, T. (Fire). 
Bell, B. J. (Fire). 
Jones, C. D. iLife). 
Beaufort Realty & Insurance Com- 
pany (Fire). 
Chadwick, C. T. (Fire). 
LAWYERS. 
Abernethy & Davis. 
Fowle, D. G. 
Wheatly, Claud. 
Duncan, J. F. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S AND DEALERS. 
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. 
Shan-en. W. E. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Hancock & Smith. 
Clawson, C. A. 
Springle. M. R. 
Fodrie, H. C. 
Stanly, John. 
Smith J. S. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Delamar, J. C. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Glaze. J. W. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
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. 
Robinson, W. S. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Skarren, W. E. 



MOREHEAD CITY. 

Population, 1910, 2,S00. 
No. white polls, 375; No. colored 
polls. 51. 
Value real estate. $700,000. 
Tax Rate: ?1.46 2-3c. on the ?100. 
Bonded debt. $50,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — W. L. Arendell. 
Chief of Police — W. C. Piner. 
City Clerk — R. N. Aycock. 
Treasurer — R. N. Aycock. 
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 Manager — 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— E. H. McWhorler, Pas- 
tor. 

Free Will Baptist— J. W. Alford, 
Pastor. 

Methodist (Northern) — J. L. Den- 
nis, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Graded Schools— S. W. Carwile, Su- 
perintendent. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Charles. 

Arendell House. 

Davis House. 

Atlantic Hotel. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

The Bank of Morehead City — J. 

R. Morton, President; R. N. Aycock, 
Cashier. 

BAKERS. 

Emery, Zack. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Willis, H. C. 
Mansfield. D. H. 
Helms, J. C. 

CARRIAGE DEALERS. 
Bell. J. H, & Co. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Mallison. W. F. 
Arendell, J. B. 
Bell, Chas. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Davis, F. D. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Bell, .John F„ & Co. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
G. D. Canfield, President. 

CLOTHIERS AND 3IEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
The Paragon. 
Morton, J. B. 
Webb, D. M. 

DENTISTS. 
Staton, Frank. 

DRUGGISTS. 
The Morehead City Drug Co. 
Atlantic Pharmacy. 

DOCTORS. 
Headen, W. E. 
Bonner, K. P. B. 
Royal, B. F. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Morton, J. B. 
Webb, D. M. 
The Paragon Co. 
Klein Bros. 
Phillips, J. D. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES 
Morehead City Electric Light Plant. 



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FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S'. 

Wallace. C. S. 
Taylor, R. W. 
FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Wallace, Charles S. 
Arendell, W. L. 
Taylor, R. W. 
Arthur, E. D., & Bro. 
Wade, D. B., & Son. 
Willis, A. L. 
Willis, M. L. 
Lee, M. S., & Co. 
Pulcher, J. H., & Co. 
Way Bros. Co. 
Faden, R. C. 
Ocean Fish Co. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Webb, T. D. 

GROCERS. 
Webb, M. S. (Wholesale). 
Hales, W. J. (Wholesale). 
Davenport, J. T. (Wholesale). 
Bell, O. G. 
West End Co. 
Hilliard, W. H. 
Helms, J. C. 
Mason & W T ard. 
Way, D. H. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Webb, T. D. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Webb, A. H., Sr. (Fire). 
Mann, J. H. (Fire). 
Arendell, J. B. 

LAWYERS. 
Bell, Chas. T. 
Gorham, E. H. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S AND DEALERS. 
Canfleld Lumber Co. 
Bell, John F., Co. 
Morehead City Mfsr. Co. 
Howland Bros. Mfg. Co. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Morton, J. B. 
Webb, T. D. 

PAINTERS. 
Willis, W. M. 
Piner, Jacob. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Bell, James R. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
The Coaster — H. H. Hamlin, Edi- 
tor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Webb, C. V. 



Mann, J. H. 
Webb, T. D. 
Webb, M. S. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Bell, John F., Co. 
Hancock, W. L. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Morehead City Coffin Co. 
Bell, J. H., Co. 



NEWPORT. 

Incorporated in 1867. 

Population, 1910: White, 440; col- 
ored. 40; total, 480. 

Value real estate, $71,235 ; value 
personal property, $30,200.90. 

Tax Rate: 35c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — A. L. Wilson. 
Postmaster — C. Mann. 
Chief of Police— John Elliott. 
R, R. Agent— C. A. Bell, Norfolk 
Southern Railroad. 

Manager Telegraph — C. A. Bell, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist — J. P. Pate, Pastor. 
Baptist — Isaac Jones, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Newport High 'School. 
Newport Academy. 

DOCTORS. 
Ball. M. W. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Bell. W. S., Jr. 
Ogles by Bros. 
Garner, P. P. 
Bell, W. F. 
Mann, M. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Mann, C. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Newport Hotel. 
Bell House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Daniels & Newberry. 
Carroll. L. C. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Ives, Geo. N., & Son (Canning Fac- 
tory). 

SAW MILLS. 
Stewart, K. B., & Co. 

COTTON GINS. 
Stewart & Bell. 



CASWELL COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, YANCEYVILLE. 



Population: (Census 1910), 14,858. 

Formed in 1777. Named in honor of Richard Caswell. 

Area: 400 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $1,43S,18S ; value personal property, $1,070,912. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, 1.953,634; by negroes, $171,777. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 45; for negroes, 38. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 40c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 20c. 

Public Roads: No. miles. 250. Worked by taxation. 



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RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Providence Telephone Company, assessed value .? 

Southern Railway Company. 6.95 miles, assessed value 

Atlantic and Danville Railway, 14.G0 miles, assessed value 

Pullman Company, assessed value 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 

Danville and Western Railway, .93 miles, assessed value 

Mebane-Ridgeville Telephone Company, assessed value 

North Carolina Telephone Company, assessed value 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value.... 

raph-Cable Company, assessed value 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 

Yaneeyville Telephone Company, assessed value 

Superior Court Terms : April 15th ; October 14th. 



400.00 
271,884.70 
132,727.29 

4.1S0.70 

4.094.15 

9,913.69 

6,821.52 

559.00 

33.00 

2,596.00 

1,021.20 

419.00 

500.00 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— R. L. Mitchell, 
Yaneeyville. 

Sheriff — T. N. Fitch, Yaneeyville. 

Register of Deeds — R. T. Wilson, 
Yaneeyville. 

Treasurer — J. A. Lea, Yaneeyville. 

Coroner — S. A. Malloy, Yaneeyville. 

'Surveyor — E. Slade, Yaneeyville. 

Co. Supt. of Health — S. A. Malloy, 
Yaneeyville, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — G. A. An- 
derson, Yaneeyville. 

Supt. of County Home — E. B. Bark- 
er. Yaneeyville. 

Co. Board of Education — T. J. 
Hatchett (chrm.), Yaneeyville; R. I. 
Newman, Leasburg ; L. A. Gwynn, 
Yaneeyville, R. F. D. No. 1. 

County Commissioners — J. S. Har- 
vey, Danville, Va., R. F. D. No. 4; 
J. W. Slade. Blanche: T. C. Jones, 
Yaneeyville, R. F. D. No. 1. 

County Board of Elections — S. P. 
Newman, (chrm.), Leasburg; T. J. 
Hatchett, Yaneeyville; C. J. Y"arbor- 
ough, Mclver, R. F. D. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Anderson Township — .T. K. Enoch, 
Fiteh ; L. B. Fitch, Uuion Ridge, R. 
F. D. 

Dan River — J. B. Walters, Blanche; 
T. S. Harrison, Blanche; G. S. John- 
ston, Blanche, R. F. D. 

Hightowers — W. R. Morgan, Pros- 
pect Hill ; Brice Harrelson. High- 
towers ; J. E. Murphy, Hightowers. 

Leasburg — J. A. Stephens, Leas- 
burg; B. F. Stanfield. Leasburg; C. 
B. Compton, Leasburg. 

Locust Hill — E. A. Allison, Allison; 
J. C. Allison, Allison ; J. B. Worsham, 
Locust Hill; A. R. Blackwell, Ruffin, 
R. F. D. 

Milton — J. B. Yarboroush. 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. Hodares, Dan- 
ville, Va., R. F. D. No. 6; C. J. Wright, 
Pelham ; Z. T. Wilson, Danville, Va., R. 
F. D. No. 4; L. S. Carter, Danville, 
Va., R. F. D. No. 4; C. H. Hooper, Pel- 
ham. R. F. D. ; W. H. Oatewood, 



Danville, Va., R. F. D. ; P. N. How- 
ard, Danville, Va., R. F. D. 

Stony Creek — George P. McKinney, 
Altamahaw, R. F. D. ; J. B. Turner, 
Mclver, R. F. D. ; M. J. Stadler, Al- 
tamahaw, R. F. D. ; T. C. Neal, Mc- 
lver, R. F. D. 

Yaneeyville — J. H. Kerr, Yaneey- 
ville; N. C. Brandon. Y'anceyville ; B. 
S. Graves. Yaneeyville; W. F. Lyon, 
Yaneeyville. R. F. D. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Methodist — J. C. Humble, Leasburg ; 
W. T. Mory, Milton; S. F. Nicks, Pel- 
ham. 

Primitive Baptist — J. I. Chandler, 
Fitch. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Pinnix, J. A., Union Ridge, R. F. D. 

Robinson, Harvey, Ridgeville. 

Padgett, J. F., Blackwells. 

Warren, B. F., Prospect Hill. 
GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Bavnes, J. It., Union Ridge, R. 
F. D. 

Rasco, J. S., Union Ridge, R. F. D. 

Watkins, D. G., & Son, Blanche. 

Chaney, J. W.. Blanch. 

Slade, T. D., Purley. 

Woods, S. G., Purley. 

Covington, E. G., Blanch. 

Warren & Son, Hightowers. 

Wilkinson, D. E., Ridgeville. 

Malone. S. L., Corbett. 

Corbett, J. C, Corbett. 

Warren, W. A.. Prospect Hill. 

Smith. S. IT., 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. 

Blackwell, E. B., Ruffln, R. F. D. 

King, Johnston, Pelham, R. F. D. 

Moore, J. W., Milton. 

Matlock, L. S., Milton, R. F. D. 

McAden, J. H., Semora. 

Adams, T. T.; Semora. 

Pointer. M. S., Semora. 

Lansdell, Geo. T. Semora. 

Hndgins. J. B.. Osmond. 



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Fitzgerald, J. O., Pelham. 

Wright, 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. 

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. 

Watlington, 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. 

Walker, Geo. A., Yanceyville. 

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. 

Johnston. Miss Mary, Union Ridge, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Patillo, Miss Mattie, Fitch, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Anderson. Miss Ida, Union Ridge, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Mebane, Miss Maude, Union Ridge, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Boswell. Miss Maude, Fitch, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Motley, Miss Bera, Corbett, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Brandon, Miss Willie. Jericho. 

Aldridge, Miss Lillian, Union 
Ridge. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Matkins, Mrs. Mary, Altamahaw, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Stadler. Miss Beula, Altamahaw, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Gunn, J. L., Pelham, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Lambeth. L. L., Mclver, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Coleman. Miss Birdie, Pelham. 

King, Miss Elizabeth, Ruffin, R. 
F D. 



Hurdle, Miss Annie, Union Ridge, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Compton, Miss Katie May, Prospect 
Hill. 

Powell, Miss Rosa, Blanch. 

Walker, Miss Maude, Cedar Grove. 

Bridges, Miss Flossie, Hightowers. 

Smith, Miss Ruth, Hightowers. 

Clark, Miss Evelyn, Leasburg. 

Newman, Miss Hallie, Leasburg. 

Love, Miss Ada, Leasburg. 

Ferguson, Miss Lillie, Topnot. 

Brown. Miss Mary, Yanceyville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Connally, Miss Mildred, Leasburg. 

Lyon, Miss Etta, Yanceyville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Gatewood, Miss Lelia, Yanceyville, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Gwynn, Miss Annie, Yanceyville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Badgett, Miss Virginia, Ruffin, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Rice, Miss Bessie, Ruffin, R. F. D. 
N.o 1. 

King, Miss Lucy, Ruffin, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Bryant. W. T., Milton, R. F. D. 

Pinchback, Miss Blanche, Blanch, 
R. F. D. 

Lea, Mrs. Virginia, Blanch. 

Lea, Miss Pearl, Blanch. 

McGuire, Miss Edna, Yanceyville. 

Wilkerson, Miss Lelia, Purley. 

Stephens, Miss Lula Belle, Leas- 
burg. 

Darneron, Mrs. W. A., Pelham. 



YAJVCEYVILIjE. 

Incorporated in 1905. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — B. S. Graves. 
Chief of Police — Jim Edmonds. 
Postmaster — A. C. Lindsey. 
Manager Telegraph — A. J. Hooper, 
i'anceyville Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist— J. E. Blalock, Pastor. 
Presbyterian — H. H. Cassady, Pas- 
tor. 
Baptist — C. M. Murchison, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Yanceyville Academy — Mary W. 

Brown, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Yanceyville— R. L. Mitchell. 
President; F. A. Pierson, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Malloy, S. A. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Brandon. N. C. 
Perry, H. W. 

GENERAL, MERCHANTS. 
Harrelson, W. N. 
Hooper, A. J. 
Florance, T. J. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Kerr. Mrs. J. H. 
Corbett. Mrs. S. C. 



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LIVERY STABLES. 

Turner, H. S. 

Hatchett, T. J. 

LAW VERS. 

Johnston, Julius. 

Henderson, A. E. 

Upchurcb, E. F. 

DENTISTS. 

Hicks, D. N. 

Hurdle, Joseph H. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Caswell Democrat (Weekly) — A. Y. 
Kerr, Editor. 

The Sentinel (Weekly)— M. G. Sar- 
ratt, Editor. 

Union Messenger — Jno. A. Massey, 
Editor. 



MILTON. 

Incorporated in 1796. 

Population, 1910: White, 294; col- 
ored, 179; total, 473. 

Value real estate, $900,000; value 
personal property, $70,000; tax rate. 
45 cents on the §100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — S. L. Stephens. 
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, Pastor. 
Episcopal — Mr. Trot, Rector, Salis- 
bury. 
Presbyterian — Rev. Clator, Pastor. 
Methodist— T. C. Ellers, Pastor; 
Milton Circuit, S. F. Nix. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Milton Graded School — I. P. Davis, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Caswell — F. B. Jones, Pres- 
ident, Reidsville; E. Hines, Jr., 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 
Tucker, F. P. 
Miles, P. W. 

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. 



CATAWBA COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, NEWTON. 



Population: (Census 1910), 27,918. 

Formed in 1S42. Named derived from Catawba River. 
Area: 440 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $3,579,240; value of personal property, $2,935,492. 
Property listed in 1911. by whites, $5,548,241; by negroes, $93,959. 
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. on 
$100. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 



Southern Railway Co., 22. S6 miles, assessed value 

Pullman Co., assessed value 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Hickory Electric Co., assessed value 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway, 12.56 miles, assessed value.. 

Thornton Light and Power Co., assessed value 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Southern Power Co., assessed value 

Superior Court Terms: May 6th (civil cases); July 8th; Febr 
October 2Sth. 



$894,285.05 
4,434.84 
7,794.95 
4,000.00 
5,912.00 
5,000.00 
120,358.00 
1,200.00 
4,490.00 
38.352.00 

uary 5th ; 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— C. M. McCorkle. 
Newton. 

Sheriff — R. Lee Hewitt, Newton. 

R«s:ister of Deeds — E. D. Gamble, 
Newton. 

Treasurer — J. U. Long, Catawba. 

Coroner — R. L. Hoke, Claremont. 

'Surveyo r — Enloe Yoder, Hickory, 



Co. Supt. of Health— Dr. H. E. 

Rowe. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — Geo. E. Long, 
Hickory. 

Supt. of County Home — Olin Cline, 
Newton. 

Co. Board of Education — F. J. Del- 
linger. Conover; P. A. Hoyle, New- 
ton ; A. C. Link. Hickory. 



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County Commissioners— S. L. Rhyne, 
Newton; J. P. Abernethy, Hickory; 
R. E. Gabrel, Sherrill's Ford; Ed. S. 
Little, Ciarernont; 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 ; 
,T. W. Williams, Maiden; P. F. Smith, 
Conover. 

Cline's — J. H. Moser, Claremont; J. 
P. Pulbright. Claremont; C. C. Hol- 
ler, Claremont; W. P. Bumgarner, 
Conover ; P. L. Cline, Conover. 

Hickory — J. P. Seitz, Hickory ; J. 
T. Yoder, Hickory; N. A. Whitener, 
Hickory ; S. E. Killian, Hickory ; K. 

E. Hahn, Hickory ; W. H. Mouser, 
Hickory ; L. K. Whitener. Hickory. 

Caldwell's— H. H. Caldwell, New- 
ton; J. T. Abernethy, Newton: J. L. 
Hewitt, Newton ; T. J. Bradshaw. 

Mt. Creek — Sidney Wilkinson, Ca- 
tawba. R. F. D. ; D. L. Wilkinson, 
Terrell. 

Catawba — D. A. Lanier, Catawba ; 
J. Q. Rowe, Monbo ; L. P. Wilson, 
Newton. R. F. D. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

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, 
Hickorv ; G. L. Keever. Newton, R. F. 
D. ; T. S. Coble, Maiden. 

Presbyterian — R. A. Lapsley, Jr., 
Newton. 

Reform — W. H. Kopenhover, New- 
ton. 

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 MILES. 

Gabriel, R. E., Terrell. 

Lutz Bros., Newton. 

Cline, Sanford, Hickory, R. F. D. 1. 

Brittain, D. M., Hickorv, R. F. D. 1. 

Seltzer, Lee. Newton, R. F. D. 2. 

Murray, O. D. & Co., Claremont, R. 
F. D. 1. 

DOCTORS. 

Foard, F. T„ Hickorv. 

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. 

Holler, John, Claremont, B F. D. 

COTTON GINS. 
Foard, Whisnant & Co., Hickory. 
Rudesill & Co., Newton. 
Drum & Co., Catawba. 
Aderholdt & Co., Catawba. 
Long Island Mills, Long Island. 
Gabriel, R. E., Terrell. 
Sigmon & Co., Maiden. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Mauser, J. W., Hickory. 

Huffman, N. L., Hickory. 

Miller, B. W., Hickory. 

Miller, Able, Hickory. 

Fulbright, Chas. T., Hickory, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Settlemyre, Rev. D. J., Hickory. 

Yount, H. B.. Hickory. 

Lail, Oscar, Hickory. 

Harding, John, Hickory. 

Whitener. Gordon, Hickory. 

Hahn. Geo. W.. Hickory- 
Harding. Mrs. John. Hickory. 

Setzer, Miss Pear, Hickory. 

Ekerd, Miss Maud, Hickory. 

Baker, Miss Etta, Hickory. 

Drum, Miss Lula, Hickory. 

Cook, Miss Ima, Hickory. 

McCombs, Miss Margaret. Hickory. 

Whitener, Miss Esther, Hickory. 

Williams, Miss Maud, Hickory. 

Barger, Miss Laura, Hickory. 

Yoder, C. M., Hickory, R. F. D. 1. 

Shoaf, Miss Mabel, Hickorv, R. F. 
D. 1. 

Rowe, Miss Mary, Conover. 

Rowe, Miss Anna, Conover. 

Smith. Miss Era. Conover. 

Little, C. S.. Conover. 

Bischoff. Miss Amy, Conover. 

Brown, Miss Kate, Conover. 

Rockett, Miss Belle. Conover. 

Rockett, Miss Myrtle. Conover. 

Deal, Mrs. Katie, Conover, R. F. D. 

Rice, Jas., Conover. 

Harding, Miss Pearl. Conover. 

Campbell, Miss Hope, Newton. 

Whitener, Miss Lizzie, Newton. 

Drum. Miss Anthea, Newton. 

Eaton. Miss Phoebe. Newton, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Smyre, Miss Rose. Newton. 

Lutz, Miss Emma. Newton. 

Kesley, Miss Ha, Newton. 

Keslcy. Miss Margaret. Newton. 

Cook, Miss Nevella. Newton. 

Ray, Miss Sallie, Newton. 

Rhoney. Miss Alice, Newton. 

Setzer, Miss Iva. Newton. 

McRee. P. H.. Newton. 

Caldwell. Tate H., Newton. 

Dellinger. Dennis, Newton. 

Blackburn. J. W.. Newton. 

Jones, Sam T., Newton. 

Johnson. R. C, Newton. 

Rhyne, W. N.. Newton. 



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Kopenhaver, Rev. II. G„ Newton. 
Rhyne, Miss Siclla, Newton. 
Herman, Miss Lizzie, Newton. 
Lowrance, .Miss Jessie, Newton. 
McRee, John S.. .Maiden. 
Cronister, H. B.. Maiden. 
Taylor. Mrs. R. D., Maiden. 
Waugh, Miss Rosa, Maiden. 
Spoolman, Geo., Ciaremont. 
Baker, Baxter, Ciaremont. 
Mennen, Miss Marie, Ciaremont. 
Setzer, Miss Florence, Ciaremont. 
Holler, Miss Belle, Ciaremont. 
Prazier, Miss Beulab, Ciaremont. 
Deal, Miss Fannie, Ciaremont. 
Hauss, -Miss Vara, Ciaremont. 
Sherrill, Mrs. John, Catawba. 
Smith. Miss Augusta, Catawba. 
McKinnis, Wm., Catawba. 
McCracken. Miss Belle. Catawba. 
Ervin, W. W., Catawba. 
Gantt, Miss Ollie, Catawba. 
Wilse, Miss Rosa, Catawba. 
Reid, Miss Winnie, Catawba. 
Frye, Miss Mamie. Catawba. 
Cornelius, J. P., Catawba. 
Niekolson. W. S., Monbo. 
Wilson, Miss Sarah. Monbo. 
Smith, Miss Emma. Long Island. 
Fisher, Miss Blanche. Long Island. 
Fisher, J. D., Sherrill's Ford. 
Wilkinson, D. C. K.. Iron Station. 
King, Miss Janie, Denver. 
White. Miss Sallie, Sherrill's Ford. 
Sherrill, L. L., Sherrill's Ford. 
Johnson, J. D.. Henry. 
Johnson. E. P.. Henry. 
Burns, Miss Winnie. Henry. 
Dellinger, A. N., Henry- 
Chapman. E. E.. Henry. 
Cincaid, Miss Mary. Henry. 
Speagle, Eli, Henry. 
Rudisill, C. E., Henry. 
Rudisill, Miss Georgia, Lincolnton. 
Brittain. Miss Vistula. Conover. 
Caldwell. Harvey. Maiden. 
Clampitt. J. M„ Newton. R. F. D. 1. 
Anderson. Miss Rose. Hickory. 
Danna. Miss Alma. Hickory. 
Williams. Roy. Maiden. 
Putnam. W. D.. Hickory. 



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NEWTON. 

Population. 1910: 3.000. No. 
polls. 500; No. colored polls. 

Value real estate. $411,196; 
personal property. $303,912. 

Tax Rate: 90 cents. 

Bonded debt, $75,000; floating debt, 
$1,500. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Clarence Clapp. 

Chief of Police — P.. S. Owens. 

City Clerk— J. H. McLelland. 

Treasurer — J. H. McLelland. 

Tax Collector — B. S. Owens. 

City Supt. of Health— G. H. West. 

Postmaster — W. H. Everhardt. 

R. R. Asrent — J. S. Abernethy. 



Southern and C. and 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— W. M. Biles, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — R. A. Lapsley, Pastor. 

Reformed — Walter W. Rowe, Pas- 
tor. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Shipp, Virginia. 

Piedmont. 

St. Hubert's Inn. 

Fowler House. 

Trollinger House. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Farmers & Merchants — J. H. Yount, 
President; L. H. Phillips, Cashier. 

Shuford National— A. A. Shuford, 
President; A. H. Crowell, Cashier. 
BAKERS. 
Newton Bakery. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Deal, E. M., & Co. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
Carpenter, P. O. 
Rhyne & Co. 
Rowe, C. M. 
The Garvin Company. 
Gemayel, Joseph. 

BOOK STORES. 
Freeze. R. P. 
C. Clapp. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 
Citizens Building and Loan Ass'n. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Newton Grocery Co. 

Young Bros. 

Bolick, E. Q. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS OR M'F'R'S. 

Moose, Georse. 

Warlick, Geo. A. 
COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Newton Cotton Mills. 

Catawba Cotton Mills. 

Clyde Cotton Mills. 

Ridgeview Cotton Mills. 

Fidelity Hosiery Mills. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Smyre, J. F. 

Clapp. Clarence. 

Freeze. R. P. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Dakin. R. P. 

Deal. J. S. 

Setzer. Milton. 

Setzer, G. W. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Newton Ice & Fuel Co. 

Carper, J. B. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Yount & Schrum. 

Yount. E. H., & Co. 



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DEPARTiMENT STORES. 


MACHINERY DEALERS. 


The Garvin Company. 


Moose, George. 


Rowe, C. M. Co. 


Warlick, Geo. A. 


DENTISTS. 


COTTON GINS. 


Little, J. B. 


Rhyne, Yount & Co. 


Young, W. H. 


Houk Ginning Co. 


Little, R. A. 


PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 


DRUGGISTS. 


Smyre Hardware Co. 


Freeze, R. P. 


Rhyne Hardware Co. 


Clapp, Clarence. 


PAINTERS. 


DOCTORS. 


Owens, B. S. 


West, G. H. 


Marlowe, Charles. 


Campbell, J. R. 


Allen, J. W. 


Everhart, W. H. 


PRODUCE DEALERS. 


Long, T. W. 


Rowe, C. M. 


Yount, J. H. 


Smyre, J. F. 


Rowe, H. E. 


Newton Grocery Co. 


Stewart, J. J. 


Pope Grocery Co. 


Shipp, George. 


PLUMBERS. 


DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 


Gates, G. H. 


Carpenter, P. 0. 


Martin Plumbing Co. 


Rowe, C. M. 


PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 


Garvin Co. 


Kenyon, W. C. 


Rhyne & Co. 


Jarrett. C. F. 


Gemayel, Joseph. 


PHOTOGRAPHERS. 


POWER AND EIGHT COMPANIES. 


Moose. T. B. 


Southern Power Company. 


NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 


FRUIT DEALERS. 


Newton Enterprise (Weekly) — F. M. 


Young Bros. 


Williams. Editor. 


Reitzel, L. M. 


Catawba County News (Semi- 


Smyre, J. F. 


Weekly)— C. H. Mebane. Editor. 


Newton Grocery Co. 


Reformed Church Standard — W. W. 


FERTILIZER DEALERS & 31'F'R'S. 


Rowe. Editor. 


Moose, George. 


REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 


Warlick. G. A. 


Newton Land & Loan Co. 


Setzer, L. M. 


SHINGLE DEALERS. 


FLORISTS. 


Setzer, Lee. 


Jarrett. Mrs. Frank. 


Warlick, G. A. 


FURNITURE DEALERS. 


TAILORS. 


Rowe, M. J., & Co. 


Yount, E. H., & Co. 


Herman, J. F.. & Son. 


Yount & Schrum. 


GROCERS. 


UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 


Newton Grocery Co. 


Herman & Son. 


Young Bros. 


Rowe & Co. 


Smyre, J. F. 


YETERINARY SURGEONS. 


Gemayel, Joseph. 


Taylor, Dr. C. H. 


HARDWARE DEALERS. 


WALL PAPER DEALERS. 


Smyre Hardware Co. 


Marlowe, Charlie. 


Rhyne Hardware Co. 


Owens. B. S. . 


INSURANCE AGENTS. 


MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 


Farmers & Merchants Bank (Fire). 


Newton Bobbin Factory. 


Long, L. F. (Life). 


Rhyne, Yount & Co. (Roller Mill). 


McLelland & Gaither (Fire). 


Houk Ginning Co. 


Brvin. J. W. (Life). 


Newton Roller Covering Co 


Kenyon, W. C. (Fire.) 


OIL MILLS. 


JEWELERS. 


Newton Oil & Fertilizer Co. 


Hardister, J. W. 






Freeze, R. P. 


HICKORY. 


LAUNDRIES. 


"Population. 1910: 7.500. No white 


Newton Steam Laundry. 


polls, 426; No. colored polls, 123. 


LAWYERS. 


Value real estate, $489,371; value 


Barwick. A. J. 


personal property. $890,129. 


McCorkle, Geo. 


Tax Rate: 81.50 on the $100. 


Feimster. W. C. 


Bonded debt. $111,000. 


Gaither, W. B. 


TOWN OFFICERS. 


LIMBER M'F'R'S AND DEALERS. 


Mayor — J. A. Lentz. 


Gaither Manufacturing Co. 


Chief of Police— R. B. Shell. 


Setzer, Geo'. W. 


City Clerk— W. L. Clinard. 


Moose, Geo. 


Treasurer — W. L. Clinard. 


Setzer. L. M. 


Tax Collector — P. P. Jones. 



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City Attorney — A. A. Whitner. 

City Supt. of Health— II. C. Menzies. 

Postmaster — S. M. Hamrick. 

R. R. Agent — Harry Little, Southern 
Railway and C. & N. W. Railway. 

Express Agent— W. C. Morrow, 
Southern Express Company. 

Telegraph 3Ianager— 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. Moody, Rector. 

Lutheran — C. L. Miller. Rev. Mr. 
Phillips, John Wannanacher, Pastors. 

Methodist — D. M. Litaker. Pastor; 
G. P. Ruth, Hickory Circuit. 

Presbyterian — Rev. J. G. Garth, 
Pastor. 

German Reformed — Dr. J. L. Mur- 
phy, Pastor. 

COEEEGES. 
Faculty of Eenoir College. 

R. L. FRITZ. President, Philoso- 
phy and Biology. 

W. J. STIREWALT, Ancient Lan- 
guages. 

G. H. HARTWIG. English. 

REV. M. L. STIREWALT, Econo- 
mics and Greek. 

PROF. W. A. RUDISILL. Natural 
Science. 

H. B. PATTERSON, Mathematics 
and Astronomv. 

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 ELEANOR STECHER, Ex- 
pression and Voice. 

MRS. EDWIN CHADWTCK. Voice. 

MISS STELLA MESSENGER. 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. 

ELIZABETH HOLTZENDORFF. 

Ensdish. 

RUTH E. WOODWARD, Domestic 
Art. 

MARY RAMSEY, Director Music 
Department. 

MRS. E. B. MENZIES. Expression. 
RUTH SHUFORD ABERNETHY. 
Assistant in Expression. 

MRS. J. L. MURPHY, Chorus Di- 
rector. 

MTSS MARY BARRINGER, Art. 
RUTH ABERNETHY. Director of 
Athletics. 

MISS FRANKIE SELF, Principal 
of Primary Work. 

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. 
Barges, Miss Eugene. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

First National Bank — A. A. Shu- 
ford, President; K. C. Menziea. 
Cashier. 

Hickory Banking and Trust Co.— 
J. F. Abernethy, President; W. F. 
Reid, Cashier. 

BAKERS. 
Ellington, C. W. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Poovev, L. W. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
Link, A. C. 

BOOK STORES. 
Vandyke Book and Art Shop. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 
Hammon, Ed. 
Johnson. E. C. 
Bost & Newton. 
Shell & Flagler. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 
Abernethv Hardware Co. 
Henkle Live Stock Co. 
Abernethy, A. S.. & Son. 

CLUBS. 
Hickory Club. 

commission merchants: 

Hickory Commission Co. 

Hickory Seed Co. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Hickory Hosiery Mills. 

Ivey Cotton Mill. 

Brookford Cotton Mill. 

Shuford Mills. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Whitener & Martin. 
Ellington, E. W. 
Hammond & Johnson. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Edwards, J. M. 
Elliott Building Co. 
Abee & Hart. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Hickorv Coal & Ice Co. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
W. H. Nicholson, President. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S FUR- 
NISHERS. 

Martin Clothing co. 
Moretz-Whitener Clothing Co. 

COTTON GINS. 
Bumgarner, R. M. 
Cline, J. T. 

DENTISTS. 
Ramsay. W. B. 
Biddex, J. C. 
Wood, Dr. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Shuford. C. M. 



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Martin, W. S., & Co. 

Moser & Lutz. 

DOCTORS. 

Shuford, J. H. 

Meiizies, H. C. 

Abernethy, W. L. 

Abernethy, H. L. 

Stevenson, T. F. 

Blackburn, T. C. 

Johnson, J. T. 
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Bowles, J. A. 

Setzer & Sons. 

Field, T. E. 

Allen, J. F. 

Stevenson, R. W. 

Setzer & Russell. 

Harris & Little. 

Burns & Co. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Thornton Light & Pcwer Co. 
FRUIT DEALERS. 

Whitener & Martin. 

Hammond & Johnson. 

Willis. J. H. 

Bost & Newton. 

Flanagan, M. L. 

Burns & Martin. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'RS. 

Whitener & Martin. 

Setzer & Sons. 

Field, T. E. 

Propst, N. W. 

Bost & Newton. 
FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Hammond & Johnson. 

Willis, J. H. 

Depot Cafe. 

Whitener & Martin. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Piedmont Foundry & Machine Co. 
FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Shuford, J. W. 

Hatcher Furniture Co. 

WHOLESALE GROCERS. 

Hickory Grocery Co. 

Patrick-Mostelley Co. 

Morrison Provision Co. 

RETAIL GROCERS. 

Whitener <fe Martin. 

Bost & Newton. 

Hammond & Johnson. 

Setzer & Russell. 

Setzer & Sons. 

Burns & Martin. 

Field, T. E. 

Burns & Co. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

First Building and Loan Associa- 
tion. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Clinard & Lyerly (Fire). 

Hickory Insurance & Realty Co. 
(Fire). 

Clinard, F. A. (Life.) 

Martin, L. N. (Life.) 

JEWELERS. 

Bisanar, Geo. E. 

Mace & Rhodes. 

LAUNDRIES. 
Leach. J. L., Pronrietor. 



LAWYERS. 

Whitener, A. A. 
Cline, E. B. 
Yount, M. H. 
Whitener, C. L. 
Self, W. A. 
Bagby, C. W. 
Russell, D. L. 
Sykes. C. L. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S AND DEALERS. 
Hutton & Bourbonnais Co. 
Hickory Novelty Co. 
Hickory Manufacturing Co. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 

Abernethy Hardware Co. 
Piedmont Foundry & Machine Co. 
Shuford Hardware Co. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Shuford Hardware Co. 
Ingold, F. B. 
Abernethy Hardware Co. 

PAINTERS. 
Abee, J. E . 
Kestler, G rover. 
Cody, Chas. 
Setzer, John. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Setzer & Russell. 
Harris & Little, 
Setzer & Sons. 

PLUMBERS. 
Martin, W. N. 
Hutton, A. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Morrison Bros. Co. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Hardin, C. M. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Clav Printing Co. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Haithcock, J. E. 
Campbell, S. D. 
Buchanan, Z. B. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Catawba Lutheran (Monthly) — C. L. 
Miller and W. A. Deaton. Editors. 

Hickory Democrat (Weekly) — H. A. 
Banks, Editor. 

Lenoirian (Monthly) — J. T. Horney, 
Editor. 

Times-Mercury (Weekly) — J. F. 
Click, Editor. 

SHINGEE DEALERS. 

Edwards, J. M. 
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. 



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CATAWBA COUNTY. 



Hickory Furniture Co. 
Latta-Martin Pump Co. (Pumps), 
ory Chair Co. 



CATAWBA. 

Population. 1910: White, 300; col- 
ored, 100, total, 400. 

Value real estate. S21.000; value per- 
sonal property, $50,000. 

Tax Rate: 25 cents on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — It. R. Boggs. 
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— B. Wilson, 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. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
People's Bank — .T. H. Pitts, Presi- 
dent: W. B. Walker. Cashier. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Catawba Inn. 
Sherrill, W. L. 

COTTON GINS. 
Lowrence, J. W. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Catawba Inn Stables. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Catawba Tanning Co. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Lawrence & Lenard. 



CliAREMONT. 

Population. 1910: 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 — X. 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. 

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, 1910: 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. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Citizens' Bank — J. A. Isenhower. 
President. 

DOCTORS. 
Yount. D. McD. 
Herman, F. L. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Vount, 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. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Hickory Handle & Mfg. Co. 
Herman Manufacturing Co. 
Conover Roller Mills. 
Yount & Shell (Ginners and Saw 
Milling). 

MAIDEN. 

Population. 1910: White. 800; col- 
ored. 25; total. S25. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty, $300,000. 

Tax Rate: 33 l-3c. on the $100. 



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TOWN OFFICKRS. 
Mayor — D. M. Carpenter. 
Postmaster — Smith Campbell. 
Chief of Police — G. W. West. 
K. K. Agent — A. S. Martin, C. & N. 
W. R. R. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist— C. H. Curtis, Pastor. 
Baptist — J. C. Hoyle, Pastor. 
Lutheran — J. L. Cromer, Pastor. 
German Reform — No pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
South Fork Institute — Prof. Honey- 
cutt, Principal. , 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of 3Iaiden — 0. L. Cromer, 
President; B. M. Spratt, Cashier. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 
New Home. 



NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

News-Herald (Weekly)— A. W. Set- 
zer, Editor. 

GROCERS. 
Rogers, John. 
Abernathy & Co. 
Freed, J. C. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Cromer, J. L. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Rabb, Carpenter & Co. 
Whitener, 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: S0O square miles. 

Value of real estate, $3,311,736; value of personal property, $2,242,477. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, $5,204,635 ; by negroes, $349,57S. 

No. of Schools: For whites, S2; for negroes, 39. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 23c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 10c; 
special, 4c. ; schools, 2c. 

Public Roads: No. miles. 600. Worked by taxation. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Bonlee and Western Railroad, 11.00 miles, assessed value $ 33.000.00 

Matthews Telephone Co., assessed value 2,025.00 

Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad. 24.99 miles, assessed value 279,181.00 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 18.59 miles, assessed value 529,529.46 

Pullman Co., assessed value 1.433.66 

Swift Refrigerator Transportation Co., assessed value 1,000.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 9.352.10 

Cape Fear Telephone Co.. assessed value 1,475.00 

Pittsboro Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. assessed value 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Cane Creek Telephone Co., assessed value 

Chapel Hill Telephone Co.. assessed value 

Ronlee Telephone Co., assessed value 

Durham and South Carolina Railroad, 17.88 miles, assessed value 

Durham and Charlotte Railroad, 8.27miles. assessed value ... 24.225.00 

Superior Court Terms: February 5th; May 6th; August 5th: November 
11th. 



250.00 

7.381.87 

2.078.47 

960.00 

86.00 

255.00 

2.000.00 

89.2S3.00 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— J. L. Griffin, 
Pittsboro. 

Sheriff — Leon L. Lane. Pittsboro. 

Register of Deeds— Jno. W. John- 
son, Pittsboro. 

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, 
Ha rper's Cross Roads. 



County Commissioners — C. D. Moore, 
Pittsboro. R. F. D. No. 1 ; J. W. Grif- 
fin, Pittsboro; W. H. Ferguson, Pitts- 
boro, R. F. D. No. 2. 

County Board of Elections — Jacob 
Thompson, (ehrm.1. Pittsboro; J. B. 
Clegg. J. .T. Hamlet. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Baldwin Township — J. J. Peoples, 
Bynum, R. F. D. No. 1 ; W. A. Snipes, 
Chapel Hill, R. F. D. No. 2; Cleveland 
"Hancock, Frosty. 

Matthews— A. H. Perry, Siler City; 
G. W. Womble, Siler City ; R. M. Gor- 
rell, Ore Hill. 

New Hope^-Bun T. Thrailkill, Merry 



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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. Riggsbee, Bynum, 
R. F. D. 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. Cotten, Corinth; 
John C. Luther, Moncure. 

Center — R. M. Burns, Pittsboro; 
Jasper N. Hamlet, Pittsboro; Hugh 
W. Farrell, Pittsboro. 

Gnlf — J. Rom Moore, Goldston ; Geo. 
D. Frasier, Gulf; Geo. W. 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 — Manly Lindley, Lindley; 
Alvis F. Whitaker, Lindley; Jos. L. 
Self, Lindley. 

Albright — M. F. Overman, Liberty: 
J. Calvin Thompson, Silk Hope; W. 
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. Chaffln, Bynum. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Silk Hope — N. M. Wright, Principal, 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Upchureh, C. G., New Hill. R. F. D. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Perry, G. W., Silk Hope. 

Womble, J. N., Grove. 

Perry, DeWitt. Kimbolton. 

Burke, Edgar. Kimbolton. 

Williams & Co., Riggsbee. 

Dollar, E. A.. Chapel Hill. R. F. D. 

Womble & Moore, Bynum. 

Mann-Tillman, Bynum. 

Atwater-Larnbeth. Bynum. 

Brewer, W. H., Fall Creek. 

Henderson, J .T.. Bynum. 

Council, J. F.. & Bro., Morrisville. 
COTTON GINS. 

Womble, J. D., Pittsboro. 

Williams Co., Riggsbee. 

Blake, J. C. Chapel Hill. 

Peoples, J. J., Belevoir. 

Carrol], T. E., Hadley. 

Davis, J. C, Merry OaKs. 

Perry, DeWitt, Kimbolton. 

Perry, G. W.. Silk Hope. 

Fearington. E. M., Riggsbee. 

Burns & Seagroves. Cumnock. 

Bynum, George, Pittsboro. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Chatham Roller Mill Co., Bynum. 



Williams Co., Riggsbee. 
Perry, G. W., Silk Hope. 
Lockville Roller Mill, Lockville. 
Mclver, J. M.. Gulf. 

SAW MILLS. 
Nooe. B., Pittsboro. 
Bland, T. M., Pittsboro. 
Perry. G. W., Silk Hope. 
Eddins Co., Moncure. 
Diggs Co., Lockville. 
Seawell Co., Lockville. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Holleman, A. T„, Apex, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Clegg, Miss Mary, Moncure, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Tyler, W. H., Goldston. 

Harward, Miss B. Floyd. Apex, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Smith. Miss Mary, Siler City. 

Bynum, Miss Mary W., Beaumont. 

Farrell. W. O.. Pittsboro, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Dark, Miss Fannie. Pittsboro, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Jordan, Miss Flora A., Brush 
Creek. 

Webster. Miss Callie, Siler Citv, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Dixon. N. R., Siler Citv, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Forrester, Charles, Siler City, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Walters. A. M.. Siler Citv. 

Ellis. Van E.. Ore Hill. 

Phillips. A. B.. Fall Creek. 

Clegg. Miss Janie T.. Moncure. R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Murchison. Miss Nannie Mae. Gulf. 

Gilbert, Miss Sankie E.. Ore Hill. 

Barber, Mrs. Mary A.. Pittsboro. 

Will ! ams, Miss Alice, Sanford. R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Jordan, Miss Alma L.. Brush Creek. 

Lutterloh, Miss Bettie M., Pitts- 
boro. R. F. D. No. 2. 

Goldston. Miss Emma Lee, Gold- 
ston. 

Bryan. Miss Fallie. Apex. R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Durham. Miss Lillian E., Pittsboro, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Byrd, Miss Euna. Merry Oaks. 

Gunter. Miss Mavme, Sanford. R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Gunter, Miss Rose. Sanford, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Andrews. A. H., Siler Citv, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Thompson. Mrs. Mattie F., Pitts- 
boro. 

Lambeth, Miss Julia. Bynum. 

Byrd, Miss T. Ethel. Apex, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Grover, Miss Sadie L., Gulf. 

Henley, Miss Cornie, Ore Hill. 

Richardson. H. F., Siler City. 

Vestal. Miss Eliza. Bear Creek. 



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McMauus, Miss Nora, Bear Creek, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Councilman, George C, Bear Creek, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Andrews, V. L., Bear Creek, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Stutts, Miss Anna, Rives Chapel. 

Norton, Miss Lessie, Goff. 

Bynum, Miss Ida Budd, Pittsboro. 

Headen, Miss Lelia. Kimbolton. 

Mitehener, Miss Belle, Merry Oaks. 

(ioldston, Miss Ethel L., Goldstou. 

Bryan, Miss Annie C, Apex, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Oldham, J. B., Riggsbee. 

Myrick, F. F., Bennett. 

Ftley, Miss Mary Lee, Moneure, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Lutterloh, Miss Maye, Pittsboro, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Rhew, Miss Annie. Truth. 

Straughan, Miss Clara, Pittsboro, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Thompson, Miss Kenzie. Merry 
Oaks. 

Turreiitine, Miss Lena, Pittsboro. 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Lindley, Mrs. Ida, Snow Camp. 

Jones. Mrs. H. B., Peoples. 

Miller, Miss M. Irene, Goldston. 

Phillips, Miss Esta L.. Bear Creek, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Harden, Miss Fleta E.. Bear Creek, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Poe, Miss Cornie, Mamidale. 

Oldham, Miss Maud L., Goldston. 

Shields, Miss Ivie. Apex, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Self, Zeb V., Siler Citv, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Byrd. Miss Mamie J.. Morrisville. 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Zaehary, Miss Arka. Siler Citv. R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Culberson, Miss Mattie J., Siler 
City. R. F. D. No. 2. 

Norwood, Miss Anuie. Bvnum, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Owens, Miss Annie J., Bynum. 

Currie, Miss Jennie, Bear Creek, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Lutterloh. Chas. H.. Siler Citv, R. 
F. D., No. 4. 

Siler, Miss Bessie. Siler Citv, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Herring. Geo. D., Risrgsbee. 

Gilbert, J. Bailey. Slier City, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Phillips, Rev. G. C, Siler Citv, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Johnson, Miss Addie Lois, Pitts- 
boro, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Harden, Miss Nova, Bear Creek, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Newland, Miss Mattie, Ore Hill. 

Holt, Miss Juanita, Apex, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 



Elkins. Miss Beta. Siler Citv, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Poe, Mrs. Fannie O., Goldston. 

Maun, F. M.. Frosty. 

Hall, Miss Margaret, Durham, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Farrell. Rufus N., Pittsboro, R. F. 
D., No. 1. 

Small, C. O., Siler City. 

Small, Mrs. C. O.. Siler City. 

Andrews. Miss Minnie, Riggsbee. 

Pierce. Miss Bessie Pittsboro. 

Woodward, J. L., Pittsboro. 

Franklin, Earl R., Merry Oaks. 



PITTSBORO. 

Incorporated in 17S5. 

Population, 1910: 504. 

Value real estate, $9,166; value per- 
sonal property. $18,332. 

Tax Rate: 15c. on $100 and 45 on 
poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — B. Nooe. 
Postmaster — Mrs. Annie Chapin. 
Chief of Police — Ben. Harper. 
R. R. Agent— B. M. Poe, S. A. L. 
Manager Telegraph — J. F. Alston, 
Pittsboro Telegraph & Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — Rev. Mr. Grover. 
Baptist — R. B. Lineberrv. 
Methodist— V. A. Royall. 
Episcopal — H. O. Nash. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Pittsboro High School — J. L. Wood- 
ward, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Pittsboro — W. L. London, 
President ; M. T. Williams, Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Farthing, L. E. 
Chapin, H. T. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Pilkington, G. R. 

LAWYERS. 

Hayes. R. H. 
Bynum, Fred. W. 
London, H. A. 
London, H. M. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

London, W. L. & Son. 

Auburn, Bland & Co. 

Womble, L. N. 

Johnson, J. J., & Son. 

Brooks & Eubanks. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Chatham Record (Weekly) — Henry 
A. London, Editor. 

North Carolina Index (Weekly) — J. 
C. Stanton, Editor. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Burns Hotel. 
Exline House. 



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SAW MILLS. 

Bland, T. M., & Co. 
Nooe, B. 



SIL.EK CITY. 

Incorporated in 1887. 
Population, 1910: 1,000 (estimated). 
Value real estate. if;200,000 ; value 
personal property, §150,000. 
Tax Rate: 90c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Jesse F. Milliken. 

Postmaster — L. L. Wrenn. 

Chief of Police— D. C. Roberts. 

R. R. Agent— W. S. Edwards, South- 
ern Railway Co. 

Manager Telegraph — W. S. Edwards, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Matthews Telephone Co. — Henry 
Pike, Mgr. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist Episcopal, South — E. B. 

Craven. Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — .T. R. Huttou, 
Pastor. 

Baptist — Rev. B. Townsend, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Siler City Graded School— C. O. 

Small. Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

The Chatham Bank— F. M. Hadley, 
President; J. C. Gregson, Cashier. 



O. 
B. 



Siler City Graded School — C. 

R. L. Caviness, President ; E. 
Parks, Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Edwards. J. D. 

Lovill. R. .7. 

Kir km an, T. A. 

Edwards. W. H. 

Edwards. S. R. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Matthews, G. Edgar. 

LAWYERS. 

Hannah. J. George, Jr. 
Siler, W. D. 
Dixon, R. H. 
Milliken. J. F. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Hannah, J. George (Fire, 
Burglary and Bonding). 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Siler City Grit (Weekly)— I. S. Lon- 
don, Editor. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 

Boling, M. J., President. 

JEWELERS. 

Edwards, Tod R. 
Overman, T. A. 

REAL ESTATE DEALERS. 

Siler, J. Wade. 

GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

The Ladies' Emporium. 



Smith <& Perry. 

Stout Bros. (Gent's Furnishings.) 

Riddle. C. D. 

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 & Heaton. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

The Hotel Hadley. 
Hotel Chatham. 
Tysor House. 
White Cafe. 
Siler City Cafe. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Bray, B. B. 
Turner, J. W. 
Stout Lumber Co. 

MARBLE DEALERS. 

Siler City Marble Works. 

LIVERY STALLES. 
Siler City Livery. 
Chatham Live Stock Co. 

UNDERTAKERS. 

Welch-Marley Co. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 

Lambe, A. A., & Son. 
The Hardware Store. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Lane & Edwards. 
Stout Lumber Co. 
Lambe Manufacturing Co. 
Smith & Hadley. 
High Point Bending & Chair Co. 
Hadley-Peoples Manufacturing Co. 
Chatham Manufacturing Co. 
Hill & Forrester. 

Harper, Ralph, Repair & Shoeing 
Shop. 

Bottling Works. 
Bray Bros. Brick Co. (Brick.) 
LIVERY STABLES. 

Hill, N. M. 
Clark, A. B. 
Lanier, J. C. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Chatham Cotton Oil Co. 
Elizabeth Hosiery Mills. 



Life, 



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CHEROKEE COUNTY. 



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CHEROKEE COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, MURPHY. 



Population: (Census -1910), 14,137. 

Formed in 1839. Named in honor of Cherokee Indians who once dwelt 
there. 

Area: 500 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $2,800,000; value of personal property, $2,200,000. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, $10,452,484; by negroes, $250,920. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 57; for negroes, 3. 

Tax Kate: County purposes, 60 2-3c. on the $100; roads, 10c. on the $100; 
bridges, 15c. ; special, 5c. 

County bonded debt, $2,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 80. Worked by free labor, convict and special 
tax. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Railway, 23.99 miles, assessed value $938,491.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 6,551.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 2,908.33 

Southern BeU, Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 2,874.00 

Andrews Telephone Co., assessed val ue 550.00 

Louisville and Nashville Railroad, 1^.16 miles, assessed value 79,260.00 

Carolina-Tennessee Power Co., assessed value 10,000.00 

Snow Bird Valley Railroad, 7.50 miles, assessed value 9,105.00 

Superior Court Terms: April 1st; August 5th; November 11th. 



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. Slipt. of Health — S. C. Highway. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — A. L. Martin, 
Murphy. 

Supt. of County Home — S. L. An- 
derson, Murphy. 

Co. Board of Education— S. W. 
Davidson, Murphy ; W. G. Sparks, 
Murphy; J. M. Richardson. Andrews. 

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. — W. B. Odell, 
Grandview ; Theo. N. Bales, Grand- 
view ; 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. 

Culberson High School — L. E. 
Many, Principal, Murphy. 

Peachtree High School — Professor 
Hughes Wilkes, Principal, Peachtree. 

Unaka High School — Jas. Jenkins, 
j Principal, Unaka. 

Oak Grove Academy — Grover Marts, 
I 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 & Loviugood, Grandview. 

Odell, Scott, Brady. 

Lovingood & Dicky, Murphy. 

Trull & Bryson, Marble. 

Abernathy, N. A., Marble. 

Hyatt, J. W., Culberson. 

Brittain. Will, Peachtree. 

Hartness, Jas., Suit. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Lovingood, S. W., near Murphy. 

Patton, Mrs. Martha, Grandview. 

Hayes, J. T., Tomotla. 

SAW MILLS. 
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Wood, O. P., Grandview. 
Davis, D. S., Brady. 
Empire Lumber Co., Murphy. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Crawford, W. II., Andrews. 

Shanks, Nell M., Andrews. 

Johnson, Jessie, Andrews. 

Wells, Irene, Andrews. 

Ellis, Ersel, Andrews. 

Midyett, Jewell, Andrews. 

Zachary, Marie, Andrews. 
Hayens, L. O., Andrews. 

McGee, Lula A., Andrews. 

Jordan, Pearl, Andrews. 

.Matherson, W. L., Andrews. 

Brooks, Cyntha. Andrews. 

Sneed, Jessie, Tomotla. 

Sneed, W. B., Tomotla. 

Hayes, Kate, Tomotla. 

Holcombe, Norah, Tomotla. 

Lovingood, J. M., Marble. 

Raxtor, Victor, Marble. 

Barton. Jack, Marble. 

Trull, Millie, Marble. 

Harwood, J. H., Murphy. 

Kinsey, Mrs. Oliver, Murphy. 

Dixon, Nettie. Murphy. 

Dixon, Lula, Murphy. 

Ratcliff, Sallie, Murphy. 

Griffin, Mamie, Murphy. 

Hatley. C. C, Murphy. 

Mauney, L. E., Murphy. 

Ferguson, Mamie, Murphy. 

Ferguson, Minnie, Murphy. 

Fain. Lula. Murphy. 

Mayfleld, Bertha. Murphy. 

Parker, Pearl, Marble. 

Parker, J. V., Marble. 

Welch. Bessie. Marble. 

Mallonee, Mattie, Murphy. 

Mallonee, Bessie, Murpliy. 

Lovingood, Fannie, Murphy, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Cunningham, R. A., Murphy, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Martin, Dellie, Murphy, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

King. Millie, Cobbs. 

Hatchett, J. W., Cobbs. 

Johnson. W. K., Murphy. 

Whiteomb, Bessie, Ogreeta. 

Stratton. Mattie, Ogreeta. 

Odom, W. P., Ogreeta. 

Bailey, C. C, Ogreeta. 

Jenkins, T. M., TJnaka. 

Farmer. Callie. TJnaka. 

Odell, J. C, Grandview. 

Lovingood, Etta, Grandview. 

Lunsford. Mack. Marble. 

Stuart, Vienna. Murphy. 

Shrrill, Clara, Murphy. 

Sparks, Gillie, Suit. 

Shearer, Bessie, Patrick. 

Brendle, Hattie. Brasstown. 

Brendle. Bird. Brasstown. 

Hartness. H. H., Suit. 

Messer, Inez, Murphy. 

Hinton. Myrtle. Culberson. 



MURPHY. 

Incorporated in 1889. 

Population, 1910: White, 1,000; 
colored, 300; total, 1,900. 

Value real estate, $783,869; value 
personal property, $216,490. 

Tax Bate: 90 cents on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — D. W. Deweese. 

Postmaster — Frank Dicky. 

Chief of Police — M. Patton. 

B. B. Agent— R. B. Guion, Southern 
Railway; W. L. Jones, L. L. & N. 
Railroad. 

Manager Telegraph — C. B. Hill. 

3IINISTEBS AND CHUBCHES. 

First Methodist — W. A. Abernathy, 
Pastor. 

Methodist — Z. Paris, Pastor; Mur- 
phy Circuit, W. I. Hughes. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Murphy Graded School — J. H. Har- 
wood, Principal. 

Baptist High School — Mr. Craig, 

Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Commercial and Savings Bank — J. L. 

Smathers, President. 

DOCTOBS. 

Hill, Julius. 
Meroney, B. B. 
Adams, N. B. 
Abernethy, J. F. 
Highway, S. C. 

DBCGGISTS. 
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. H. 
Hill, C. B. 
Christopher, Bud. 
Elliott, W. A. 
Christopher, J. W. 
Sneed, R. H. 
Candler. G. W. 
Wood, J. H. 
Murphy Hardware Co. 
Cherokee Hardware Co. 
Hall. Callie 
Hill Sisters. 
Owenby & Wofford. 
Cherokee Hardware Co. 
Fain Grocery Co. 
HOTELS AND BOABDING HOUSES. 
Hubbard House. 
Patton House. 
Hiawassee Inn. 
Cottage Park. 
Beal, Mrs. Mary. 
Hotel Regal. 



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HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Cherokee Hardware Co. 
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. 
Dickey & Singleton. 

PLUMBERS. 
Fain & Hale. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
The Scout (Weekly)— A. Don 
Towns, Editor. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Murphy Furniture Co. 
Woodworking Co. 

Martin Bros. (Harness and Sad- 
dles). 

Fain, R. M. (Roller Mill). 
Murphy Light & Power Co. 



ANDREWS. 

Incorporated in 1904. 

Population, 1910: 1.250. 

Value of real estate. $400,000; value 
of personal property. $320,000. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — D. S. Russell. 

City Clerk and Treasurer — W. B. 
Fisher. 

Chief of Police — Bruce Battle. 

Postmaster — Arthur Bristol. 

R. R. Agent — E. C. Simpson. 

Express Agrent — E. C. Simpson. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

First Baptist— T. F. Deits, Pastor. 

Second Baptist — Jas. Stansbery, 
Pastor. 

Methodist — J. W. Long, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — Rev. Chambers, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Andrews Graded School — Professor 
Harper, Priucipal. 



BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Andrews — J. L. Smathers, 
President. 

Merchants and Manufacturers' 

Bank — W. P. Walker, President; H. 
O'Quinn, Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Webb, B. G. 

Tidwell, J. E. 

Morror, W. C. 

Orr, Dr. 

Kaig, Dr. 

Herbert, Dr. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Sist. C. T. 

Jarratt, Loyd. 

DENTISTS. 

Tompson. J. W. 

LAWYERS. 

Hill, T. J. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Ashe, W. W. 

Silvey-Andrews Supply Co. 

Brown, J. W., Hardware. 

Elliott. 

Padgett & Nelson. 

Reno & Smathers. 

Regan Bros. 

Fisher. W. B. 

Morrow, Mark. 

Cherokee Bargain Store. 

Owl Drug Co. 

Whisenhunt & Son. 

Cherokee Drug Co. 

Wbitaker, S. D. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Williams House. 

Bryson House. 

Hotel Russell. 

Elliott, Mrs. J. A. 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Andrews Sun (Weekly)— T. 
Christy, Editor. 

HARNESS DEALERS. 

Amons, Howe. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Cover & Sons (Tannery). 

Kanawha Hardwood Co. 

Tanning Extract Co. 

Cherokee Tanning Extract Plant 
BARBER SHOPS. 

Tatham, Titner and Bradly. 



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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, $1,061,987; value of personal property, $1,089,338. 
Property listed in 1911, by whites, $2,435,490; by negroes. $315,S29. 
Tax Rate: County purposes, 23 2-3c. on the $100; 10c. in 1st Township 
and 20c. in others. 
Public Roads: Worked by taxation. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Express Co.. assessed value $ 5,518.30 

Pullman Co., assessed value 970.00 



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Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 812.90 

Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed 

value 5,758.00 

Norfolk Southern Railroad, 32.64 miles, assessed value 425,661.50 

Albemarle Steam Navigation Co., assessed value 1,650.00 

Chowan Telephone Co., assessed value 1,500.00 

Superior Court Terms: April 1st ; September 30th. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — F. W. Hobbs, 
Eden ton. 

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 — J. O. Alder- 
man, Edenton. 

Supt. Co. Home — M. M. Harrell, 
Edenton. 

Co. Board of Education — F. A. 
Ward, Ryland ; J. E. Twine, Edenton ; 
J. M. Forehand, Tyner. 

Co. Commissioners — Frank Wood, Z. 
W. Evans, W. J. Hollowell, J. B. 
Webb. B. B. Cobb. 

County Board of Elections — .T. N. 
Pruden, G. W. Goodwin, E. C. Welch. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Edenton Township — M. H. Dixon, 
M. B. Chappell, S. E. Morris, John 
Maguire. Edenton. 

Second Township — L. R. Bunch, T. 
R. Hollowell, J. H. Churchill. Tyner, 
R. F. D. ; E. C. Welch, W. C. Ward, 
Ryland. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Tvnch, J., Rocky Hock. 

White, G. W., Rocky Hock. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Parker, J. R., Tvuer, R. F. D. 
Ward, F. A., Gliden. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Ward, A. J., Gliden. 
Ward & Son, Gliden. 
Ward & Spivev, Ryland. 
Elliott, M. S.. Tyner. 
Hollowell & Savage, Tyner. 
Lane, O. E., Tyner. 
Evans, Z. W., Tyner. 
Perry. W. T. Tyner. 
Harrell, J. M., Edenton. 
COTTON GINS. 
Ward, A. J., Tyner, R. F. D. 
Forehand, J. M.. Tyner. R. F. D. 
Elliott, W. H.. Tyner. R. F. D. 
Ward, O. E., Tvner. R. F. D. 
Ward & Spivey. Tyner, R. F. D. 
Evans, Z. W., Tyner, R. F. D. 
Webb, C. D., Edenton. 
Chappell, M. B., Tyner, R. F. D. 
Speight, W. O., Edenton. 
Jordan, W. E., Edenton. 
Webb, T. A., Edenton. 
Ward, N. L,. Edenton. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILES. 

Brown, M. G., Edenton. 
Evans, Z. W., Tyner. R. F. D. 
Nixon. H. C. Tyner. R. F. D. 



SAW MILES. 

Brown, M. G., Edenton. 
Branning Mfg. Co., Edenton. 
Evans, Z. W., Tyner, R. F. D. 
Tvnch Bros., Tyner, R. F. D. 
Chappell, M. B., Tyner, R. F. D. 
Ward & Spivey, Tyner, R. F. D. 
Jordan. W. E., Edenton. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Bachman, Prof. R. H., Supt., Eden- 
ton. 
Brown, Miss Nina, Kinston. 
Moore, Miss Gertrude, Warsaw. 
Spicer, Miss Mattie, Goldsboro. 
Gordon, Miss Annie. 
Johnston, Miss. 

Bond, Miss Margaret C. Edenton. 
Coke, Miss Louise, Edenton. 
Winston, Miss Duncan, Edenton. 
Bunch, Miss Myrtle, Edenton. 
Baker, Mrs. Maggie, Edenton. 
Cox, Mrs. E. M., Edenton. 
Churchill, Mrs. Maggie E., Tyner. 
Evans, Miss Winburn, Tyner. 
Griffin, Miss Mary E., Edenton. 
Hedrick, Miss Beulah, Edenton. 
Hollowell, Mrs. Mary E., Tyner. 
Layden, Miss Aurelia, Edenton. 
Ward, Miss Lucille, Ryland. 
Webb, Miss John Etta, Tyner. 
Welch, Miss Belle. Tyner. 
Winburn, Miss Pattie. Tyner. 
WoocTley, Wm. T., Tyner. 
Bush, Miss Annie, Tyner. 
Chappell, Wm. C. Belvidere. 
Fleetwood, Miss Katie. Hertford. 
Gaskins, Miss Willie, Windsor. 
Jenkins, Miss Ida, Williamston. 
Jenkins, Miss Jannie. Williamston. 
Pierce, Miss Ethel, Windsor. 
Peele, Miss Elma I., George. 
Vinson, Miss Ursie. Murfreesboro. 
Winslow, Miss Elizabeth, Windfall. 



EDENTON. 

Incorporated in 1740. 

Population, 1910: 3,026. 

No. white polls, 279; No. colored 
polls, 279. 

Value real estate. S55S.195; value 
persoual property, $367,074. 

Tax Rate: 95c. ou the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— R. F. Tuttle. 

Chief of Police — J. H. Robinson. 

City Clerk — W. J. Berryman. 

Treasurer — Charles H. Wood. 

Tax Collector — T. P. Leary. 

Standard-Keeper — P. L. Rea. 

City Attorney — W. M. Bond. 



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City Supt. of Health— H. M. S. 
Cason. 

Postmaster — W. J. Leary. 
R. R. Agent— W. S. Harney. 
Express Agent — M. F. Bond. 
Telegraph Manager — J. S. Tucker, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Telephone Manager — J. S. Tucker. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist— B. L. Wells, Pastor. 
Episcopal — R. B. Drane. Rector. 
Methodist — G. S. Bearden, Pastor. 
Presbyterian — F. M. Hawlev, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Bdenton Graded Schools. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Bay View. 
Woodard House. 

ARCHITECTS. 
Mutb, 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. 
BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Edenton Brick Works. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
Badham Bros. 
Twine, J. E. 
Holmes, J. H., Co. 
Elliott, T. W. 
Lipsitz, W. 
Nehjam, Abdell. 

BOOK STORES. 
Leggett, W. A. 
Mitchener, J. A. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
White. W. T. 
Hughes, M. A. 
White, T. L. 
White, W. S. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 
Elliott Buggv Co. 
Privott, H. C. 
Griffin, C. N. 

CLUBS. 
Chowanoke Club. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
Edenton Cotton Mill. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Draper, J. W. 
Etheridge, T. H. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Muth, F. F. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Edenton Ice & Cold .Storage Co. 

CHAMBER OF COSIMERCE. 
D. B. Liles, President; R. F. Tnt- 
tle, Secretary. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Tuttle, R. F. 
Holmes. J. H., Co. 
Nehjam. A. 
Jaffey, S. 
Lipsitz, W. 
Miller, H. R. 

COTTON GINS. 
Edenton Ginning Co. 



DENTISTS. 

Griflin, E. J. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Leggett's Drug Store. 

Mitchener, J. A\ 

DOCTORS. 
v 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. 

Lipsitz, W. 

Nehjam, Abdell. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Town owns its water and light 
plant. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Privott, H. C. 

FISH DEALERS. 

Byrum, O. C.- 
White, F. W. 

Woodard, ,T. A. 

Rea, P. L. 

Bond, J. C. 

Bond, M. F. 

Bland, T. B. 

Byrum & Taylor. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Edenton Machine & Supply Co. 
FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Ziegler, L. F. 

Owens, Willis. 

GROCERS. 

Woodard, .1. A. (Wholesale.) 

Albemarle Grocery Co. (Wholesale.) 

Brothers, W. R. 

White, W. S. 

Hughes, M. A. 

Dail, J. C. 

Privott, J. S. 

Williams, H. E. 

Hollowell, N. J. 

Sitterson, J. C. 

McDonald. Philip. 

White, A. L. 

Francis, B. F. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Bond, J. C. 

Privott, H. C. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Harris, George B. (Life). 

Bond. F. M. (Fire). 

Wood. Coke & Berrvman. (Life and 
Fire.) 

McMullan. J. R. 

Privott, W. S. (Fire). 
JEWELERS. 

H. W. Mizzell. 

LAUNDRIES 

C. S. Arlington. 

LAAVYERS. 

Pruden, W. D. 

Pruden. J. N. 

Vann, C. S. 

Bond, W. M. 

Leary, W. J. ' 

Privott, W. S. 

McMullan. J. H„ Jr. 



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LIMBER M'F'R'S & DEALEB3. 

Branning .Mfg. Co. 
Brown. M. (i. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
Leary, George W. 
Leary, T. P. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Bond, J. C. 
Privott, H. C. 

PAINTERS. 
Hughes, Walter. 
Darden, John. 
Han-ell, Z. B. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Norman, E. S. 
Privott, H. C. 

Edenton Peanut Co. (Cleaning and 
selling peanuts. 1 

PLUMBERS. 
Bell. J. H. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Ziegler, L. F. 
Owens, Willis. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Long, Ernest. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 
Edenton B. & L. Association. 



NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Albemarle Observer (Weekly) — H. 
L. Story, Editor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Privott, H. C. 
Pruden & Pruden. 
Walker, G. S. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 

Warren, E. I. 
Privott, H. C. 
Brown, M. G. 

TAILORS. 

Tuttle, R. F. 

UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS 

Ziegler, L. F. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Ziegler, L. F. 
Owens, Willis. 
Hobbs, H. A. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Edenton Cotton Mills (Spun yarns.) 
Branning Manufacturing Co. (Lum- 
ber.) 

Edenton Peanut Co. (Cleaning Pea- 
nuts.) 



CLAY COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, HAYESYILLE. 



Population: (Census 1910), 3,909. 

Formed in 1S59. Named in honor of Henry Clay. 

Area: 242 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $736,530; value of personal property, $255,441. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, $9SS,905; by negroes, $3,066. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 15; for ngroes, 1. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, $1.20 on the $100; roads and bridges, 35c; 
special, 00c. County bonded debt, $5,500. 

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 15th; September 16th. For both civil and 
criminal terms. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — E. L. Anderson, 
Havesville. 

Sheriff— J. B. White, Hayesville. 

Register of Deeds — Janett Thomp- 
son, Hayesville. 

Treasurer— Wm. Anderson, Shooting 
Creek. 

Coroner — S. M. Massie, Hayesville. 

Surveyor — E. C. Mease, Hayesv'lle. 

Co. Supt. of Health— Dr. P. B. Kil- 
lian, Hayesville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— C. T. Scroggs. 
Brasstown. 

Co. Board of Education — S. H. Al- 
lison (chrm.), Hayesville; A. D. 
Evans, Hayesville; J. A. Chambers, 
Hayesville. 

County Commissioners — E. V. Mc- 
Connell. Hayesville; W. S. Ledford. 
Hayesville; W. A. Cassada, Hayes- 
ville. 

County Board of Elections — L. L. 
Scroggs. (chrm.) ; W. T. Bumgarner, 



(Sec.) ; R. R. Alexander, Hayesville. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Brasstown Township — M. L. F. 
Bodenhamer, Brasstown ; Abner Chas- 
tain, Ogden. 

Hayesville — H. A. Hidden, Hayes- 
ville ; George W. Kinsey, 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. 



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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. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Palmer, J. H., Hayesville. 
Cherry, J. P. & R. C, Hayesville. 
Penland & Brooks. Hayesville. 
Allison Bros. (Roller Mill), Elf. 

SAW MILLS. 
Tiger, P. N., Hayesville. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Crawford, R. E., Shooting Creek. 
Waldroup, Otto,, Shooting Creek. 
Jones, Arthur, Shooting Creek. 
Jones, Miss Annie, Shooting Creek. 
Jones, Miss Bertha, Shooting Creek. 
Stallings. D. M., Hayesville. 
Mathesbn, J. P., Hayesville. 
Murray, Ed., Hayesville. 
Moore, J. V. A., Hayesville. 
Kimsey, G. W., Hayesville. 
Ledford, Glover, Hayesville. 
Sullivan, Miss Lura, Hayesville. 
Thompson. Miss Ada, Hayesville. 
Patton, Miss Juanita, Hayesville. 
Herbert. Mrs. Edna. Hayesville. 
Ledford, Van. Elf. 
Penland. Ernest, Elf. 
Ray, Miss Mary, Elf. 
Penland. Mrs. Maggie. Elf. 
Arrant, E. L.. Brasstown. 
Scroggs, F. O., Brasstown. 
Waldroup, Luther. Brasstown. 
Clayton, Mrs. Carrie, Brasstown. 
Scroggs, Mrs. Ruth. Brasstown. 
Matheson, Luther, Ogden. 



HAYESVIIXiE. 

Incorporated in 1859. 
Population, 1910: White, 200; col- 
ored, 12; total, 212. 
Value real estate, $15,000. 
Postmaster — Mrs. Edna Anderson. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — J. L. Piatt, Pastor. 

M. E. Church, South— J. R. Warne, 
Pastor; J. A. Marr, Hayesville Cir- 
cuit. 

M. E. Church— J. M. Fowler, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Hayesville High School — D. M. Stal- 
lings, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Clay County Bank — Alden Howell, 
President; G H. Haigler, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Sullivan, J. M. 

Killian, P .B. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Tiger, P. N. 

Anderson, Ed. L. 

Scroggs, John O., & Son. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

McClure House. 

Alexander House. 

Mrs. Julia Fain. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Allison, S. H. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Palmer, J. H. 

LAWYERS. 

Harrison, W. H. 

Anderson, O. L. 



CLEVELAND COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, SHELBY. 



Population: (Census 1910), 29,494. 

Formed in 1841. Named in honor of Col. Benj. Cleveland. 

Area : 420 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $4,927,156; value of personal property, $2,923,059. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, $6,460,152: by negroes, $170,709. 

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 $402,356.00 

South Carolina and Georgia Extension, 24.80 miles, assessed value 124,000.00 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 21.34 miles, assessed value 607,862.22 

Lattimore Telephone Co., assessed value 5 2 " 5 ? 

Pullman Co., assessed value 1,701.38 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 11,784.00 

Southern Express Co.. assessed value 10,000.45 

Sharon Telephone Co., assessed value 500.00 

Boiling Springs Telephone Co., assessed value 250.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 9,498.00 

Lawndale Railroad, 9.06 miles, assessed value 20.000.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 3,971.20 

Shelbv Electric Light and Power Co., assessed value 2,000.00 



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Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 1,140." I 

Southern Power Co., assessed value 20.C9S.00 

Superior Court Terms : March 25th ; July 29th ; November 4th. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— F. L. Hoyle, 
Shelby. 

Sheriff— D. D. Wilkins, Shelby. 

Register of Deeds — J. J. Lattimore. 
Shelby. 

Treasurer — R. Stroup. Shelby. 

Coroner — E. L. Jenkins, 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. P. D. 

Co. Board of Education — W. L. 
Plonk, Kings Mountain ; J. A. An- 
thony, Shelby; L. C. Palmer, Lawn- 
dale. 

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. Shelby ; J. Y. Hamrick, 
Shelby. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

No. 1 Township— W. M. Jolley, Gaff- 
nev, S. C, R. F. D. ; L. B. Scruggs, 
Gaffney, S. C, R. F. D. 

No. 2 — J. R. Matheny, Ellenboro, R. 
F. D. ; A. M. Lovelace, Mooresobro, 
R. F. D.; T. M. Holland. Shelby. R. 
F. D. ; T. J. Holland. Shelby, R. F. 
D. ; O. W. Holland, Jr., Shelby, R. 
F. D. ; Marvin Blanton, Shelby, R. 
F. D. 

No. 3 — J. M. Roberts. Patterson 
Springs ; H. Borders, Shelby, R. F. 
D. : A. I. Borders, Earl. 

No. 4— M. R. Collins, Grover: G. W. 
Kendrick, Kings Mountain ; "VY. L. 
Plonk. Kings Mountain. 

No. 5— S. L. Dellinser, Waco; M. P. 
Harrelson. Shelby, R. F. D. : C. S. 
Plonk. Shelbv, R. F. D. : J. Y. Hord, 
Shelby. R. F. D. 

No. 6— S. A. Hoey. Shelby; M. O. 
Mclntire, Shelbv : C. S. Caveny, 
Shelby; J. M. Wilson, Shelbv, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

No. 7 — C. C. McBrayer, Mooresboro ; 
J. L. Green, Mooresboro. 

No. 8 — Zimri Kistler, Cleveland 
Mills; S. A. Davis, Lattimore, R. 
D. ; P. S. Gettys. Lattimore. R. F. D. : 
Geo. M. Gold. Lattimore. R. F. D. ; 
S. A. Davis. Lattimore, R. F. D. 

No. 9— A. J. R. Hoyle, Lawndale, R. 
F. D. ; Jos. G. Hoyle. Fallston: Syl- 
vanus Gardner, Shelby, R. F. D. No. 
6; A. F. Williams. Shelby, R. F. D. 
No. 6; Dixon Falls, Fallston. 

No. 10 — W. S. Johnson, Belwood. R. 
F. D. : W. M. Warlick. Belwood. R. 



D. ; G. M. Cook, Belwood R. F. D. ; 

M. X. Gantt, Belwood, R. F. D. ; L. 
Z. Huffman, Belwood, R. F. D. 

No. 11 — J. A. Newton, Casar; J. C. 

Hull. Casar; Mr. McNeily, Casar, R. 

F. D. ; M. N. Pruett, Casar; J. S. 
Hunt, Casar, R. F. D. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Baptist— R. N. Hawkins, Shelbv, 
R. F. D. No. 3; J. M. Goode, Moores- 
boro; D. G. Washburn, Depew; A. H. 
Sims, Shelby; Wallace Mull, Camp; 
R. F. Newton, Casar: J. D. Bridgers, 
Lattimore, R. F. D. ; A. C. Irvin, 
Shelby, R. F. D. No. 5; J. V. Devin- 
ney, Shelby, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Methodist— W. Y. Hunicutt, Bel- 
wood ; E. G. Kilgore, El Bethel ; D. F. 
Carver, Kings Mountain; W. M. Bor- 
ing, Polkville. 

Methodist Protestant — Mr. Reed, 
Fallston- 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Fallston High School— F. B. Ham- 
rick. Principal, Fallston. 

Piedmont High School, Lawndale — 
W. D. Burns, Principal. 

Boiling Springs High School — J. W. 
Francis, Principal, Shelby, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Lattimore High School — Ivey Wil- 
lis. Principal, Lattimore. 

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. 
F. D. ; J. AV. Alwnan, Belwood, R. F. 

Edwards, A. M., Lawndale. 

Fallston, E. A., Houser. 

Lee, L. V., Lattimore. 

Gates, Geo., Grover. 

Hunt, J. F., Casar. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Hamrick, C. J., & Son, Boiling 
Springs. 

Thomason, Val., Stice. 

Bettis-Austell Co., Earl. 

Keeter, D. J., & Co., Grover. 

Roberts, J. M., & Co., Patterson 
Springs. 

Lptz, E. H., & Co.. Fallston. 

Fallston Drug Co., Fallston. 

Lowery, T. H., & Co., Patterson 
Springs. 

Wolf. W. I., Fancy. 

Queen. J. A.. Shelby. R. F. D. No. 3. 



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Mauney-Green & Co., Shelby, R. 
F. D. 

McSwain, B. P.. Beattyville. 

Double Shoals Cotton Mills, Double 
Shoals. 

Cleveland Cotton Mills, Cleveland 
Mills. 

Cleveland Cotton Mills, Lawndale. 

Wortnian, Chas. A., Casar. 

Morrison, W. J., Holly Bush. 

Crow, Pink, Knob Creek. 

The Gantt Harness Co., Belwood. 

Peeler & Warlick, Belwood. 

Gettys, P. S., Lawndale. 

Gantt, W. A., Fallston. 

Stamey Bros., Fallston. 

Weaver. F. B., & Co., Rockdale. 

Queen, C, & Son, Casar. 

Brittain, C. A., Casar. 

Ledford, J. M., Cleveland Mills. R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

DePriest. B. B., New House. 

Self, C. L.. Lawndale. 

COTTON GINS. 
Minnesota Cotton Oil Co. 
Mooresboro Cotton Oil Co. 
Veruer Oil Co., Shelby, R. F D. 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. O. & W. W., Shelby, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Spurlin, Geo., Shelbv, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 
Earl, W. D., & Co., Earl. 
Doggett, G. B., & Co., Beattvville. 
Beam, J. C, Lattimore. 
McSwain, G. W. & J. D., Darfer. 
McBrayer & Beason. Mooresboro. 
Farmers Union, New House. 
Verner Oil Co., Polkville. 
Warlick, A. A., & Co., Casar. 
Double Shoals Cotton Mills, Double 
Shoals. 
So. Cotton 0"1 Co., Lawndale. 
Lackey. W. D., Fallston. 
Banner Mill Co., Beams Mill. 
Boggs, N. E., & Co., Belwood. 
Leary, J. L.. Casar. 
Falls & Mull. Knob Creek. 
Devinney & Price, Hodge. 
Logan & Co., Hodge. 
Davis, G. L.. Shelby. R. F. D. No. 3. 
Stroup, ,T. B., Fallston. 
Verner Oil Co.. Lattimore. 
Putnam. C. B., Shelby, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Shelby Roller Mill. Shelby. 
Blanton & Hartness, Shelby, R. F 
D. No. 3. 
Mauney, M. M., Camp Call. 
Ware, J. A., Kings Mountain. 
Pearl Milliug Co.. Lawndale. 



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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., Shelbv, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Beam, J. C, Lattimore. 

Jones, H. F., Lawndale. 

Smith, L. L., Sharon. 

McBrayer & Beason, Mooresboro. 

Hoyle Mill Co. 

Cabiness Bros., Shelby, R. F. D 
No. 5. 

SAW MILLS. 

Hamrick, J. Y., Metal. 
Hamrick, C. J., Metal. 
Mathews, J. R., Crocker. 
Ware. T. M. A., Kings Mountain. 
Plonk, W. L., Kings Mountain. 
Hord & Co., Waco. 
Washburn Bros., Depew. 
Spurlin, Geo. E., Shelby, R. F. D 
Simmons, G. H., Pearl. 
Doggett, G. B., Beattvville. 
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. 

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. 

Huggins, Mrs. J. D., Shelbv, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Green. Miss Gertrude, Shelbv, 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, Shelbv, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Kester, Miss Essie, Shelbv, 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. 



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Webb, Geo. P., Earls. 

Hamrick, Darfer, Earls. 

Fulton, Miss Edith, Earls. 

Biggers, W. E., Patterson Springs. 

Wilson, Miss Loula B., Patterson 
Springs. 

Barnes, Miss Pearle, Grover, R. P. 
D. No. 2. 

Woody, Miss Nolia, Shelbv, R. F. D. 
No. 7. 

Raburn, Miss Delia, Grover. 

McCracken, Miss Florence. Kings 
Mountain, R. F. D. No. 5. 

McCracken, 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. 

McKay, Miss Loula, Kings ountain, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Stroup, J. W., Shelby, R. F. D. No.l. 

Weir, Miss Delightal, Shelbv, R F. 
D. No. 1. 

McCracken, Miss Elizabeth, Kings 
Mountain. R. F. D. N. 1. 

Beam, Florence. Cherryville. 

Weir, B. M., Waco. 

Falls. Soonie, Waco. 

Smith, J. B., Shelby. R. F. D. No. 1. 

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. Shelby. 

Elliotte. Miss Jennie, Shelbv, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Cline, Miss Maggie, Shelbv, R F. 
D. No. 5. 

Cornwall. Miss Laura. Shelbv, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Whisnant. J. C, Shelby, 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 Nancv, 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, Shelby, 
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, J. P., Lattimore, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Baker, Docia, Lawndale. 

Strider, Miss Buna, Lattimore. R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Hoyle. 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, Shelby, R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

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.. Shelbv. R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Hawkins. Miss Edna. Shelbv, R. F. 
D. No. 6. 

Wilson, Miss Belle. Shelby, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Cornwall. Miss Buna. Lawndale. R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Hamrick, F. B., Fallston. 

Smathers, Miss Sarepta. Fallston. 

McLeod, Miss Jennie, Fallston. 

Wilson, Miss Sallie C. Lawndale, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Elliotte, Marvin, Belwood, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Hartsell, Miss Sallie. Cleveland 
Mills. 

Self. S. C, Belwood, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Hoyle, Mrs. Minnie, Cleveland Mills, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Fortenberrv, Miss Minnie, Cleveland 
Mills, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Morgan, Miss Nann 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. 



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Morris, Miss Cora, Lawndale, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Bimigardner, 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, 1910: 3,127. No. white 
polls, 324 ; No. colored polls, 52. 
Value real estate, $1,279,294. 
Tax Kate: $1.48. 
Bonded debt, $150,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. T. Gardner. 

Chief of Police — H. W. Jetton. 

City Clerk— W. R. Newton. 

Treasurer — H. D. Wilson. 

Tax Collector — H. W. Jetton. 

City Attorneys— Webb & Mull. 

Postmaster — B. A. Baber. 

R. R. Agents— J. S. Carter. Sea- 
board Air Line. C. C. & O., Lawn- 
dale Railroad ; L. E. Ligon, Southern 
Railway. 

Express Agent — Wm. Archer. 

Telegraph Manager — J. M. Shan- 
nonhouse. Western Union. 

Telephone Manager — W. G. Spake. 
Piedmont Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — C. A. Jenkins and John 
W. Suttle, Pastors. 

Methodist — Presiding Elder. S. B. 
Turrentine; (Central). E. E. William- 
son; (Lafayette Street), C. H. Clyde; 
(Circuit), E. N. Crowder. 

Presbyterian — Jas. Thomas. Pastor. 

Episcopal — F. D. Lobdell, Rector. 

Methodist Protestant — M. C. Bras- 
well, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Shelby Graded Schools— R. T. How- 
erton, Superintendent. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Central Hotel. 
Waverly Hotel. 
Davis, J. M. 
Elliot, T. E. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
First National Bank — Chas. C. 
Blanton, President; Geo. Blanton, 
Cashier. 

Shelby National Bank— J. T. Bow- 
man, President ; J. R. Moore, Jr., 
Cashier. 

BAKERS. 
Bost, L. C. 

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 AND 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 BUILDERS. 
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. 
Levin, M. 
Kendall, K. 
McBrayer. Evans E. 

COTTON GINS. 
Southern Cotton Oil Co. (Gin). 

DENTISTS. 
Osborne, J. R. 
Ware, R. E. 
Grigg, T. O. 
Grigg, M. W. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Cleveland Drug Co. 
Kendall, H. E. 
Royster, S. S. 
Webb, T. Paul. 

DOCTORS. 

Royster, S. S. 
McBrayer, T. E. 
Shull, C. R. 
Quittner. S. S. 
Shoemaker. H. 
Hamrick, T. G. 
Ellis, R. C. 
Palmer, B. H. 
Mitchell, W. F. 
Lattimore, E. B. 
Beam, J. F. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
M. Levin. 
Hendrick, F. V. 
Nix, W. B. 
Whisnant, W. C. 
Suttle, The J. L. Co. 
McMurry & Hull. 
Nix Bros. 
McBrayer, J. C. 
Blanton. A. B. 



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POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Shelby Electric Light & Power Co. 
Southern Power Co. 
Lily Mill & Power Co. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
Ford, O. E. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co. 
McMurry, J. J., & Sou. 
Lattimore, C. M. 
Beam, D. A. 

FISH AND OVSTER DEALERS. 
Spangler, G. W. 
Webb, J. E. 
Dellinger, J. N. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 
Shelby Foundry & Machine Shops. 
Shelbv Machine & Supply Co. 
FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Grigg, Millard A. 
Elam, Orlando. 

GROCERS. 
Higgins, A. P., & Son. 
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. 
Planters Hardware Co. 
HOSPITALS. 
Hamricks'. Dr. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 
Webb, C. R. 

Shelby Insurance & Realty Co. 
Bowman. J. T. 
Miller, A. C. 

Wilson, H. D. (Fire and Life). 
Shelby Insurance & Realty Co. 
Woodson. C .J. 

JEWELERS. 
Hamrick, T. W. 
Eskridge. Chas. 

LAUNDRIES. 
Shelby Steam Laundry. 

LAWYERS. 
Falls, B. T. 
Newton, D. Z. 
Webb & Mull. 
Anthony & Gardner. 
Ryburn & Hoey. 
Quinn, Hamrick & McRonie. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Washburn & Doggett. 
Blanton, W. H. 
King, W. P. 
Chance. L. M. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S'. AND DEALERS 
Powers, E. A. 
Thompson-Branton. The. Co. 



MARBLE WORKS. 

Shelby Marble Works. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Cleveland Star (Semi- Weekly) — Lee 
B. Weathers, Editor. 

The Highlander (Weekly)— B. H. 
DePriest, Editor. 

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. 

PLUMBERS. 
Dudley, J. G. 
Long. C. B. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Gillespie, S. L. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Harris, W. G. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
The Highlander Press. 
Star 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. 
Hyder, H. L. 
Mode. R. L. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Piedmont Mfg. Co. (Founders and 
Machinists). 

Shelby Creamery. 
Shelby Ice & Fuel Co. (Joe). 
Shelby Roller Mills (Flour and 
Meal). 

Shelby Bottle Cap Works (Bottle 
Caps). 
Shelby Concrete Co. 
Coca-Cola B ottling W orks. 

KINGS MOUNTAIN. 

Population, 1910: 2,218. No. white 
polls, 375 ; No. colored polls, 75. 

Value real estate, $1,600,000; value 
personal property, $510,000. 

Tax Rate: $1.22 on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $60,000; floating debt. 
$10,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— C. A. Dilling. 

Chief of Police — C. A. Rngan. 



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City Clerk— W. H. McGinnis. 

Treasurer — W. H. McGinnis. 

Tax Collector — Jno. T. Wilson. 

City Attorney — S. J. Durham. 

Postmaster — J. F. Harnbright. 

B. B. Agent — J. O. Ross. 

Express Agent — J. 0. Ross. 

Telephone Manager — Syd. Dellinger. 

Telegraph Managers — C. L. Al- 
bright ; Mr. Falls. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — J. L. Graham, Pastor. 

Lutheran — C. K. Bell, Pastor. 

Methodist— M. B. Clegg, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — S. S. Oliver, Pastor. 

A. B. Presbyterian — R. A. Young, 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Kings Mountain Graded School. 
HOTELS AND BOABDING HOUSES. 

Mountain View Hotel. 

Highland Hotel. 

BANKS AND BANKEBS. 

First National Bank — W. A. Mauney, 
President ; R. L. Mauney, Cashier. 

Kings Mountain Bank — F. Dilling, 
President; W. S. Dilling, Cashier. 

People's Loan & Trust Co. — J. O. 
Plonk, President; M. E. Herndon, 
Cashier. 

BBICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Carpenter & Falls. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Rhyne, J. B. 

Mauney Bros. 

Riser & Mauney. 

Plonk Bros. 

Fulton, W. P. 

McGill & Bros. 

BOOK STOKES. 

Plonk & Bros. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Bumgardner, J. C, & Co. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'K'S. 

Kings Mountain Hardware Co. 

Riser & Mauney. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Kings Mountain Building & Loan 
Association. 

CLUBS. 

Kinss Mountain Commercial Club. . 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Dilling Cotton Mill. 

Kings Mountain Manufacturing Co. 

Kloths, Bonnie. Phoenix, Cora and 

Sevier Cotton Mills. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALEBS. 

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. 
Barnes-Finger Drug Co. 
Mauney Drug Co. 

DOCTORS. 
Hord, J. G. 
McKay, J. L. 
Falls, Oliver. 
Hood, J. C. 
Anthony, J. E. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Fulton, W. P. 
Mauney, W. A., & Bro. 
Plonk & Bros. 
Kiser & Mauney. 
Carpenter Bros. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 
Southern Power Co. 

FBUIT DEALERS. 
Thomas, John. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
Mauney & Bro. 
Plonk Bros. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALEBS. 
Bumgardner & Crawford. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
H. T. Fulton. 

GROCERS. 
Patterson & Co. 
City Grocery Co.' 
McDaniel, Roberts & Co. 
Watterson & Co. 
Mauney & Bro. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Kings Mountain Hardware Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Campbell, E. L. (Fire a n d Life). 
Herndon, M. E. (Fire). 
Mauney, R. L. (Fire). 

JEWELERS. 
Kings Mountain Jewelry Store. 

LAWYERS. 
McMillan, N. F. 
Campbell, E. L. 
LUMBER M'F'B'S'. AND DEALERS. 
Kings Mountain Lumber Co. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Kings Mountain - Hardware Co. 
Mauney & Bros. 

PAINTERS. 
Harmon, William. 
Abbott, Ed. 
Oliver. Will. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
City Grocery Co. 
McDaniel & Roberts. 
Patterson & Co. 
Plonk Bros. 
Mauney & Bro. 

PLUMBERS. 
McDaniel & Roberts. 
PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Fulton. H. T. 



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REAL, ESTATE AGENTS. 

Patterson & Falls. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Kings Mountain Lumber Co. 
UNDERTAKERS AND E3IBALMERS. 
Fulton, H. T. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Abbott, Ed. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
..King's Mountain Herald (Weekly) — 
J. T. Westmoreland, Editor. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Door and Sash Factory. 
Ice Plant. 



GROVER. 

Incorporated in 1885. 
Population, 1910: White, 200; col- 
ored. 60; total, 260. 

Value real e.state, $20,650; value per- 
sonal property, $49,095. 

Tax Rate: 10c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — M. R. Collins. 
Postmaster — Mrs. Cora Borders. 
R. R. Agent — L. C. Hamrick, South- 
ern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — L. C. Hamrick. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist— J. D. Barby, Pastor. 
Presbyterian — James Thomas, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
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. Ceo. 
Hambright. A. F. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Gates, Geo. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Turner. M. A. (Fire and Life). 
Grover Ins. & Realty Co. 
Greene, A. J. 
Gibbons, T. J. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Ellis, J. A. 

Hambrierht, C. F.. & Co. 
Keeter, I). J., & Co. 
Grover Mercantile Co. 

GROCERS. 
Crocker, J. G., & Co. 
Bookout, C. O. 
Turner, M. W. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
North, Mrs. Kate L. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Crocker, J. G., & Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Harry & Holmes (Table Factory, 
Saw Mill, etc.). 

Bookout. D. J. (Planing. Wood- 
working Shop, Blacksmith Shop and 
Orist Mill). 



MOORESBORO. 

Incorporated in 1885. 
Population, 1910: White, 200; col- 
ored, 30; total, 230. 

Value real estate, $23,893; value 
personal property, $40,366. 
Tax Rate: 20c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — M. C. Blanton. 
Postmaster — B. F. Blanton. 
Chief of Police — R. H. Morehead. 
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 Mooreshoro — 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. 

COTTON SEED OIL MILLS. 
Cotton Seed Oil Mills. 
Mooresboro Cotton Oil Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Beam, M. L. 
McBrayer, C. C. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Blanton. M. C. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
McCardwell, Y. L. 



WACO. 

Incorporated in 1906. 
Population. 1910: White, 360; col- 
ored. 40; total. 400. 

Value real estate, $22,310; value per- 
son property. $27,694. 

Tax Rate: 25c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — A. L. Little. 
Postmaster — .T. M. Putnam. 
Chief of Police— M. C. Whitworth. 
R. R. Agent — C. S. Putnam, Sea- 
board Air Line Railroad. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Presbyterian — ,T. W. Sechrest, Pas- 
tor. 
Baptist— G. W. Rollins. Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Waco High School— W. E. Strider, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
People's Bank — A. W. Black, Presi- 
dent; W. V. Smith, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Little. A. L. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Black, A. W. 
Stroup, D. B. 
Putnam, B. A., & Son. 



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Beam Bros. 
Whitworth, A. F. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Miller, Mrs. P. M. 
Elliott, D. H. 
Sisk. W. P. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Hord, J. Y., & Sous. 

COTTON GINS. 
Hord, J. Y., & Sons. 
Putnam, T. D. 



MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Verner Oil Co. (Cotton Seed Oil). 
Pink Manufacturing Co. (Jute Bag- 
ging). 



LATTIMORE. 

Incorporated in 1899. 

Population, 1910: White, 260; col- 
ored, 25; total, 2S5. 

Value real estate, .$65,000 ; value per- 
sonal property, $60,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— W. T. D. Green. 

Postmaster — B. H. Blanton. 

Chief of Police — J. B. Francis. 

R. R. Agents — ,T. B. Lattimore. Sea- 
Board Air Line Railroad ; G. W. Love- 
lace, Southern. 

Manager Telegraph — G. W. Lovelace. 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — D. G. Washburn, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Lattimore High School — Trey Wil- 
lis. Principal. 

DOCTORS. 

Lee. L. V. 

GENERAL .MERCHANDISE. 

Price, O. D. 

Hamrick Bros. & Co. 

Blanton. B. H., & Co. 

Hawkins, J. T. 

Padgett. W. L 

Green, W. T. D., & Son. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 

Hotel Bridges. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Stockton, G. W. 



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LAWNDALE. 

Incorporated in 1903. 

Population, 1910: White, 507 
ored, 55 ; total, 562. 

Value real estate, $51,753 ; value 
personal property, $206,225. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Carme Elam. 

Postmaster — Herman Grigg. 

Chief of Police — H. A. Gwin. 

City Clerk— J. H. Foyler. 

Treasurer — J. H. Foyler. 

R. R. Agent— J. H. Foyler. 

Express Agent — -T. H. Foyler. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — No resident pastor. 

Methodist Episcopal — No resident 
pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — No resident 
pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Piedmont High School — W. D. 
Burns. Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Lawndale Hotel. 

Harrelson, Mrs. J. H. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Grigg, Dr. W. F. 

DOCTORS. 

Grigg. W. F. 

GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Cleveland Mill & Power Co. 

Self. C. L. 

Carter, C. J. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Cleveland Mill & Power Co. (Cot- 
ton Mill). 

Lawndale Lumber Co. (Lumber 

Plant). 



COLUMBUS COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, WHITEVILLE. 



Population: (Census 1910), 28,020. 

Formed in 1808. Named in honor of Christopher Columbus. 

Area: 750 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $4,165,145; value personal property, $2,542,919. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, $6,211,246: by negroes. $496,818. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 91; for near es. 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. 

1'nllman Co., assessed value 11,513.90 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 75.62 mles, assessed value ...... 2,574^712.88 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 8.90 miles, assessed value 253,513.30 

Southern Express Co., assessed value L5.393.12 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 19,805.20 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 9,272.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 535.50 

Superior Court Terms: February 26th; April 15th; July 15th: Septem- 
ber 2d ; November 25th. 



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COLUMBUS COUNTY. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— L. W. Stanley, 
Whiteville. 

Sheriir — A. S. Richardson, White- 
ville. 

Register of Deeds — A. W. Baldwin, 
Whiteville. 

Treasurer — D. R. Gore. Bug Hill. 

Coroner— Dr. S. A. Smith, Bolton. 

Surveyor — W. June Baldwin, Cerro 
Gordo. 

Co. Supt. of Health— H. B. Maxwell, 
Whiteville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— F. T. Wooten, 
Chadbourn. 

Supt. of County Home — Jeff L. 
Powell, Whiteville. 

Co. Board of Education — A. H. Tor- 
ter, Whiteville, R. F. D. No. 1; C. D. 
Koonce, Chadbourn; Mino Meares, 
Tabor. 

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, Whiteville; A. A. Williams. 
Clarendon : William Struthers. Grists. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Bogue Township — A. S. Sasser, 
Hallsboro; C. J. Frink, Hallsboro; 
G. M. Rushing, Hallsboro; W. H. 
Hickman. Hallsboro; Bruce Pierce, 
Hallsboro. 

Bug Hill— J. P. Butler, Dothan; C. 
L. Cox. Guide. 

Chadbourn — C. M. Prince, Chad- 
bourn; W. S. Frink, Chadbourn; S. 
P. Ward. Chadbourn ; T. M. Fowler, 
Chadbourn; E. T. Usher, 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. 

Lees— B. A. Marlow, Old Dock; 
Hosea Simmons. Old Dock; N. M. 
Ward, Old Dock; W. M. Suggs, Old 
Dock. 

Waccamaw — E. B. Counc'l, Wanan- 
ish. 

Ransom — J. D. Strauss, Bolton ; B. 
F. Applewhite. Xew Berlin ; 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; A. D. Wil- 
liamson, Cerro Gordo : J. L. Byrne, 
Boardman ; W. J. Covington, Ever- 
green ; A. M. Benton, Evergreen. 

Welche's Creek — James M. Brown, 
Whiteville; J. L. McKay. Whiteville; 
I. C. Powell. Whiteville: H. S. High. 



Whiteville; J. O. Powell, Whiteville. 

Western Prong — W. D. Wooten, 
Clarkton; W. J. Baldwin, Clarkton- 
J. T. Wooten, Clarkton. 

Whiteville— E. L. Baldwin; White- 
ville: E. A. Maultsbv, Whiteville; A. 
J. Orr, Whiteville; J. C. Hooks, 
Whiteville; A. W. Buff kin, Whiteville. 

Williams — Grover C. Hinson, Clar- 
endon ; 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. 

Dothan Merchandise Co., Dothan. 

Gore. J. K.. Pireway. 

Wooten, W. D.. Prong. 

Soles. C. M.. & Sons, Mollie. 

Soles, C. M., Iron Hill. 

Susrsrs, C. W., Old Dock. 

Smith, M. B.. Bug Hill. 

Stanley, J. C, Roseland. 
COTTON GINS. 

Brewer & Covinston, Eversrreen. 

Powell, C. D., Whiteville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

W. H. Roberts. Tabor. 

Brown. R. E. L., Chadbourn. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Johnson, Miss Ophelia. Hallsboro. 

Blanchard. Miss Mary B., Halls- 
boro. 

Barefoot. Miss Ola. Hallsboro. 

Benson. J. W., Elkton. 

Hart. Miss Virginia, Artesia. 

Helen, Miss Bessie, Artesia. 

Cox, Mrs. Annie. Guide. 

Aboil. Miss Mary, Guide. 

Cox. Miss Leila. Guide. 

Butler. W. R., Guide. 

Holmes, O. F.. Guide. 

Hester. Miss Delpha. Pireway. 

Elderdice. H. G., Pireway. 

Cox. F. O.. Dothan. 

Bowling, Prof. H. M., Chadbourn. 

Hoflues. Miss Jessie L.. Chadbourn. 

Wood. Miss Fannie B.. Chadbourn. 

Mellette. Miss Ina R.. Chadbourn. 

Lucas, M'ss Elizabeth, Chadbourn. 

Ferebee. Mis s Ola Mae. Chadbourn. 

Sessoms. Miss Lillian, Chadbourn, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Blake. Miss Dora, Chadbourn, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Thompson. Miss Jess ; e, Chadbourn. 

Thompson. Miss Nellie. Chadbourn. 

Campbell. Miss Mary, Chadbourn. 

Britt, Mrs. Maggie. Chadbourn. 

Floyd, Miss Christine. Chadbourn. 

Payne. Miss Sarah M.. Chadbourn. 



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Williams, Miss Jessie, Chadbourn. 

Burns, Mrs. C. D., Chadbourn. 

Goorle, Miss Mable, Bolton. 

Orr, Miss, Bolton. 

McClenny, Miss Lee, Bolton. 

Roberts, Miss Lizzie, Bolton. 

Dozier, Prof. F. W., Fair Bluff. 

Sledge. Miss Carrie D., Fair Bluff. 

Love, Miss Bess. Fair Bluff. 

Struthers, Miss Hester, Grists. 

Griffin, Miss Jessie, Cerro Gordo. 

Bridgman, Miss Maggie, Cerro 

Gordo. 

Williamson, Miss Bertha, Cerro 
Gordo. 

Griffin, Miss Kate. Cerro Gordo. 

Edwards, Miss Mary M., Cerro 
Gordo. 

Watson, Mrs. S. F., Whiteville. 

Srnithwick, Prof. W. R., Whiteville. 

Toon, Miss Elizabeth. Whiteville. 

Hollowell, Miss Mollie B., White- 
ville. 

Coulling, Miss Eloise, Whiteville. 

.1 lines. Miss Mattie, Whiteville. 

Burwell, Miss Mattie E., Whiteville. 

Russell, Miss Sue. Whiteville. 

Smith, Miss Mamie, Whiteville. 

Hamerick, Prof. O. V., Whiteville. 

Johnson, O. F., Whiteville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Porter, J. E., Whiteville. 

Baldwin. Miss Carrie, Whiteville. 

Orrell, Miss Mary Lillie, White- 
ville. 

Evans, Miss Willie, Whiteville, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

("'able, N. T., Boardman. 

Hester, Troy, Boardman. 

Edmond, Miss Annie. Boardman. 

Salmon, W. M., Vineland. 

Ross, C. I., Vineland. 

McRackan, Miss Maggie, Vineland. 

Thompson, Miss Lizzie, Vineland. 

Richardson, Miss Emily, Vineland. 

Orr. Miss Mary Lou. Vineland. 

Harper, Miss Lela M., Vineland. 

Simmions, Hosea, Old Dock. 

Smith. A. M., Old Dock. 

Morlowe, B. A.. Old Dock. 

Ward, W. B., Mollie. 

Black. Queenie. Wananisli. 

Hewett, Miss Laura J.. Bug Hill. 

Stanley, P. A., Bug Hill. 

Stanley, K. L., Bug Hill. 

Gore, C. P., Bug Hill. 

Ward, F. C, Bug Hill. 

Hill, Miss H. Leola, New Berlin. 

White, Miss Allye C, Bug Hill. 

Clark, Miss Amanda, New Berlin. 

Biggs, Miss Jessie I., New Berlin. 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Benton. Miss Flossie, Evergreen. 

Culp, Miss Lida C, Evergreen. 

Cooper, H. F., Evergreen. 

Moore, W. G., Freeman. 

Flynn, Miss Ira, Armour. 

Johnson. Miss Annie S., Clarkton. 

Alexander, Miss. Clarkton. 



Monroe, Miss Katie, Clarkton. 
Marlowe, Miss Pearl, Tabor. 
Council, Miss Rena, Tabor. 
Strickland, Miss Mary, Tabor. 
Butler, Miss Helen, Tabor. 
Williams, Miss Grace, Tabor. 
Baggett, -Miss Sarah, Tabor. 
Graham, \V. C, Tabor. 
Williams, C. U., Tabor. 
Williams, J. D. W., Tabor. 



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Maultsby, 
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WHITEVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1873. 

Population, 1910: 1,800. 

Value real estate, $186,690; 
personal property, §402,371. 

Tax Rate: 30c. on the $100. 
eral tax, 15c. on the $100. 

Bond issue, $20,000 for street ii 
provement. 

Floating debt, $l,S0O. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — W. Ross Davis. 
Chief of Police— D. M. Thompson. 
City Clerk— W. E. MacDaniel. 
Treasurer — W. E. MacDaniel. 
Tax Collector — D. M. Thompson. 
Standard-Keeper — J. L. Burney. 
City Attorney — D. J. Lewis. 
Postmaster — J. D. 
R. R. Agent— J. F. 
Coast Line. 

Express Agent — J. F. Barkley. 
Telephone Manager — J. D. Maults- 
by, Whiteville Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — C. C. Smith, W. J. Adams, 
Pastors. 

Presbyterian — Fred C. Smith, Pas- 
tor. 
Methodist— J. P. Pate, 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. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Barefoot, N. B. 
Corbett, Havwood. 
Fuller, L. K. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'G'S. 
Lewis, E. S. 
McKenzie. J. T. & Co. 



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Martin, P. D. 
Smith, Seth L. 

CONFECTIONARY DEALERS. 
High, Oscar. 
Todd, W. K. 
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. 
McNeill, J. A., & Son. 
DOCTORS. 
Maxwell, H. B. 
Crowell, W. H. 
McNeill, J. A. 
Brown, F. L. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Broarlhurst & McRackan. 
Schulken, H. F. 
Powell & Powell. 
Memory Co. 
Memory, J, L. 
Vineland Dry Goods Co. 
Nealy, E, 
Powell & Co. 
Goldstein, M. 
Butler, B. F., & Co. 
Hill, R. B. 
Dunn, M. S. 
Benton, W. J., & Son. 
McRoy, R. D. 
Register & Co. 
Ward, McD. 
Maultsby, J. D. 
Thompson & Gore. 

GROCERS. 
Spivey Company. 
Corbett, H. H., & Co. 
Thompson & Gore. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S 
Powell & Powell. 
Columbus Trading Co. 
Corbett. H. H., & Co. 
Thompson & Gore. 
FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Barefoot, N. B. 
Hill. R. E. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 
Chadbourn Iron Works. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Powell-Lewis Furniture Co. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Whiteville Hardware Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
MacDaniel, W. E. (Life and Fire). 
Formy Duval, Lee. (Life.) 
Whiteville Ins. & Realty Co. 
Baxley, W. H. (Life and Fire). 
Memory, J. L. (Fire). 

JEWELERS. 
Hodges, W. H. 

LAWYERS. 
Lewis. Lyon & Greer. 



Schulken, Toon & Schulken. 
McRackan, Donald. 
Grady & Williamson. 
Tucker, I. B. 
Powell, W. H. 
LIMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 
Whiteville Lumber Co. 
Harrelson, W. A. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Whiteville Hardware Co. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
News-Reporter (Weekly) — T. L. 
Gantt, Editor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Whiteville Real Estate & Insurance 
Co. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Harrelson, W. A. 



BOAKDMAN. 

Incorporated in 1891. 
Population, 1910: White, 550; col- 
ored, 450; total, 1,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — A. D. Turner. 
Postmaster— E. B. Wright. 
Chief of Police — Fulton Stanley. 
R. R. Agent— W. E. Stone, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — W. E. Stone. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Episcopal — Edw. Wooten, Rector. 
Metho3ist — No pastor. 
Baptist — M. A. Stephens, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Town School. 

DOCTORS. 
Northington, J. M. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Northington, J. M. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Butter's Lumber Co. 
Stephens, F. M. 
Fields, W. K. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Company Boarding House. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Butter's Lumber Co. (Saw Mill,, 
Planing Mill, Box Mill). 

FAIR BIjUFF. 

Incorporated in 1871. 

Population, 1910: White. 600; col- 
ored, 10(5; total, 700. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
ertv. $500,000. 

Tax Rate, 20c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— J. P. Waddell. 

Postmaster— R. C. Tucker. 

Chief of Police — J. C. Jones. 

R. R. Agent — F. B. Vansant, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph— F. B. Vansant, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— T. H. Bain. 

Baptist — C. G. Wells, Pastor. 



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SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Fair Bluff High School— F. W. 

Dozier, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Fair Bluff— J. B. Dick, 
President; J. F. Kogers, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Flovd, A. G. & L. D. 
DRUGGISTS. 

Anderson & Floyd Drug Co. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Waddell, J. P. 

Powell Supply Co. 

Anderson, B. A. 

Elvington, M. D. 

Townsend & Waller. 

Townsend, B. L. 

Anderson, S. H. 

Pridgen, W. D. 

Jones, Mrs. A. J. 

Elvington, H. 

Floyd, G. K. 

Rogers, W. K. 

Faulk, W. H. 

Waddell, J. P., & Co. 

Townsend Bros. 

Howell, W. F. 

JEWELRY. 

Hinson, J. A. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Anderson House. 

Powell House. 

Anderson & Williams Co. (Sales). 

Edmond, John (Sales). 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Powell, B. C. 

Jenkins, Bros. (Sales). 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Powell & Meares (Crate Factory 
and Saw Mill). 

Norris Bros. (Saw Mill). 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Anderson B. A. 

Rogers, J. F. 



CHADBOURN. 
Incorporated in 1S33. 
Population, 1910: White, 650; col- 
ored, 250: total, 900. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — S. M. Withers. 
Postmaster — T. H. Ramsbottom. 
Chief of Police — H. O. McConibic. 
R. R. Agent — L. M. Stevens, At- 
lantic Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — L. M. Stevens, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist— F. T. Wooten. 
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. E. 

Thompson, J. A. 

Hardee, M. B. 

Harrelson, M. V. 

McDonald, Miss Lina (Millinery). 

Wilkes, Mrs. J. R. 

Miller & Houston (Furniture). 
GROCERS. 

Hardee, M. B. 

Benton, K. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

TJslicr £r Cn.rtGi*. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Brown Hotel. 

Wilkes, Mrs. J. R. 

Plarrelson. M. V. 

Burnes, Mrs. 

Koouce. Mrs. B. S. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Edmunds. Chester. 

Lennon, P. 

Edmunds, Neal. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Chadbourn B. & L. Association. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Chadbourn Manufacturing Co. 

Chadbourn Industrial Advocate — H, 
B. Wilkes. Editor. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Independent Ice Co. 

Brown, J. A. (Planing Mills). 

Chadbourn Iron Works Co. 

Koonce. C. D. 



TABOR. 



Incorporated in 1S95. 
Population, 1910: White, 390; col- 
orded, 10; total, 400. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — J. L. Lewis. 
Postmaster — D. F. Sprivey. 
Chief of Police — W. M. Ray. 
R. R. Agent — M. C. Harper, At- 
lantic Coast Line. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — Mr. Harrison, Pastor. 
Methodist — R. L. Beasley, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Mt. Tabor School — Prof. Wm. 
Pierce, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Tabor — C. C. Pridgen, 
President ; D. C. Fussell, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Floyd, J. W. 
Raggett, L. 



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COLUMBUS— CRAVEN. 



DRUGGISTS. 

The Tabor Drug Co. 
Harrelson Drug Store. 

GENERAL, MERCHANDISE. 

Ininan, C. H., & Co. 
Enterprise Grocery Co. 
Sarnis Co. 
Ford, G. W. 
Mills, J. P., Co. 
Gerrald, R. M. 
Gerrald, H. C. 
Hiskman, W. J. 
Todd, E. A. 

Harrelson, C. D., & Co. 
Anderson, A. M. 
Shelly. W. H. 
Anderson & Stephens. 
Biggs, L. M. 
Porter, J. O. 
Sarnis, M. C. 
Sales, C. M. 
Harrelson, D. L. 
HOTEES AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Todd, E. McD. 
Harrelson, D. M. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Baldwin, Auty (Sale). 
Jenkins Bros. (Sale), 
digger, Louis (Sale). 
Suggs, W. M. (Livery). 
Wheeler, L. A. (Livery). 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Anderson, B. B. (Factory)- 
Tabor Crate Factory. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Fussell, D. C. 



CERRO GORDO. 

Incorporated in 1873. 

Population, 1910: White, 220; col- 
ored, 80. Total, 300. 

Value real estate, $47,075; value 
personal property, $4S.977. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— T. E. Bardin. 

Postmaster— H. D. Kellihan. 

Chief of Police — I. F. Green. 

R. R. Agent— C. M. Ward, A. C. L. 
R. R. 

Manager Telegraph — C. M. Ward. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — E. H. Baim, Pastor. 

Baptist — M. A. Stephens, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Cerro Gordo High School— Miss 
Hester Struthers, Principal. 
DOCTORS. 

Johnson, Floyd. 



DRUGGISTS. 

Johnson, Floyd. 
O'Brien, J. D. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Williamson & Brown. 

Land & Lumber Co. 

Williams, P. E. 

Kellihan, H. D. 

Williamson & Avant. 

Williamson, J. L. 

Green, I. L. 

Williamson & Nance. 

Nance, David W. 

Martin, A. C. 

Williamson, E. D. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Williamson. 

Williamson, J. L. 

Coleman, D. J. 

Hammonds, J. K. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Williamson, J. L. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Williamson & Brown, Land & Lum- 
ber Co. (Saw mill, planing mill, 
shingle mill, dry kilns.) 

Williamson & Nance (Brick Mill.) 



ACME. 

Incorporated in 1905. 

Population 1910: Whites, 97; col- 
ored, 165; total, 262. 

Value real estate, $122,642.25; value 
personal property, §78,062. 76. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— H. McC. Stanford. 

Postmaster — Mrs. D. B. Jordan. 

Chief of Police — M. C. Potter. 

City Clerk— G. O. Marshall. 

Treasurer — H. M. Pridgen. 

R. R. Agent — H. M. Pridgen, S. A. 
L. Railway; C. F. Bradt, A. C. 
Railway. 

Express Agent — H. M. Pridgen. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — Rev. W. W. Shaw 

DRUGGISTS. 

Moore, Dr. T. V. 

DOCTORS. 
Moore, Dr. T. V. 

GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Acme Store Co. 
Williams, T. H. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Acme Mfg. Co. (Fertilizers). 



L. 



CRAVEN COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, NEW BERN. 



Population: (Census 1910), 25,594. 

Formed in 1731. Named in honor of William, Earl of Craven. 

Area: 900 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $6,157,457; value of personal property, $2,487,515. 

Propertv listed in 1911, by whites, $7,712,022 ; by negroes, $932,950. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 45; for negroes. 35. ^^^ 



NEW BERN BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY 

NEW BERN, N. C. CAPITAL, $200,000. 

A General Banking Business transacted. Accepts appointment as Execu- 
tor, Guardian or Administrator of Estates. Name this Company in your 
will. 



CRAVEN COUNTY. 



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Tax Rate: County purposes, 3S2-3e. on the $100; State levy, 43c. 
Public Roads: No. miles, 350. Worked by taxation and under Old State 
Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COJIPANIES. 

Southern Investment Co., assessed value $ 1.790.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 1,746.00 

New Bern Gas Co., assessed value 5,000.00 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 9.44 miles, assessed value 321,413.50 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 14.5S2.75 

Pullman Co., assessed value 8,924.00 

Pamlico and Beaufort Telephone Co., assessed value 45.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value S,0G2.49 

Norfolk Southern Railroad, 25.60 miles, assessed value 333,852.10 

Norfolk Southern Railroad — A. and N. C. Div., 45.25 miles, as- 
sessed value 664.0S1.80 

Independent Steamboat Co., assessed value 3,000.00 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 29.207.00 

T. H. Pritchard Transportaiton Co., assessed value 1,250.00 

Dover and Southbound Railroad, 1 mile, assessed value 2,000.00 

Superior Court Terms: February 5th (criminal cases); February 12th 
(civil cases) ; April 8th (civil cases) ; May 6th (civil) ; June 10th (criminal 
cases); October 7th (civil cases); November ISth (civil cases). 



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 — W. B. Price, New Bern. 

Co. Supt. of Health— J. F. Rhem, 
New Bern. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — S. M. Brinson, 
New Bern. 

Supt. of County Home — Fanny Wil- 
liams, New Bern. 

Co. Board of Education— T. D. War- 
ren. New Bern ; John Morton, North 
Harlowe; Daniel Lane, Bellair. 

County Commissioners — C. D. Brad- 
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. M. Green, New 
Bern. 

County Board of Elections — W. 
Dunn, Jr., New Bern; J. S. Basnight, 
New Bern ; Louis G. Daniels, New 
Bern. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

No. 1 Township— F. A. Gaskins, 
Vancebore, R. F. D. No. 2; George C. 
Gaskins, Vanceboro. R. F. D. No. 3; 
L. E. Dudley. Vanceboro, R. F. D. No. 
No. 1 ; N. M. Lancaster, Vanceboro ; 
B. R. Warren, Vanceboro; G. A. 
Whitford. Askin, R. F. D. No. 1; J. 
L. Forrest, Vanceboro ; J. A. Al- 
dridge, Vanceboro, 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. Barrinaton. New Bern, R. F. D. 



No. 1 ; N. M. Farrow, Bridgeton. 

No. 3.— H. L. Arnold, Fort Earn- 
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 ; J. 
K. Hunter, Havelock ; W. Y. Wynne, 
Havelock. 

No. 7. — J. A. Miller, New Bern ; B. 
W. Ives, Riverdale; J. D. Williams, 
New Bern. 

No. 8. — J. 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. Bry- 
an, New Bern ; T. F. McCarthy, New 
(Bern; F. T. Patterson, New Bern. 
R. F. D. No. 2; D. S. Jones, New 
Bern ; S. H. Fowler. New Bern : W. F. 
Hill. New Bern: L. S. Wood. New 
Bern ; Amos T. Wetherinston, Clarks : 

E. S. Street, New Bern: C. J. McCar- 
thy, New Bern ; W. B. Flanner, New 
Bern; W. H. Bray, New Bern. 

No. 9.— A. E. Wadsworth, Cove City, 
R. F. D. ; O. H. Penny, 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- 
poro. 

Baptist— T. J. • Ragler. Cove City. 

Free Will Baptist— Charles Lee, 
Washington; W. W. Lewis, Beaufort. 

Disciple — Charles Leo. Washington. 



NEW BERN BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY 

NEW BERN, N. C. CAPITAL, $200,000. 

A General Banking: Business transacted. Accepts appointment as Execu- 
tor, Guardian or Administrator of Estates. Name this Company in your 
will. 



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MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Lane. M. D., Fort Barnwell. 
Hardison, B. C, Croatan. 
Barringer, E. S., Croatan. 
COTTON GINS. 

Atkinson, Jesse, Cove City, R. F. D. 

Mcllwein, Mary, New Bern, R. F. D. 

White, 11. T., Cove City. 

Ipock, Bryce, Cove City, R. F. D. 

Wadsworth Bros., Cove City, R. 
F. D. 

Richardson, R. A., Dover, R. F. D. 

West, W. H., Dover. 

White, ,7. E., Dover. 

Sauls, W. R., Fort Barnwell. 

Dudley, L. E., Vanceboro, R. F. D. 

Whitford, D. P., Askiu, 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. 

Pearee, »i. 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. (J., New Bern, R. F. D 

White, VY. C, Vanceboro. 

Morton, J. S., North Hariowe. 

Simpson, C, Riverdale. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Laugh. nghouse, Miss Margaret, 
Grifton, R. F. D. No. 4. 

McLawhon, Miss Etta, Vanceboro. 

Gardner, Miss Rosa, Vanceboro. 

Causey, Miss Sallie, Grifton, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Lawrence, Miss Anna. Vanceboro, 
R. F. D. 

Smith. Miss Julia, Vanceboro. 

Stevenson, xMiss Mattie, New Bern, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Duguid. Miss Edna, VanceTjoro. 

West, Miss Lou J., Vanceboro. 

Nixon, Miss Irene, Vanceboro. 

Hart, Miss Vivian. Vanceboro, R. 
F. D. 

Stapleford, Miss Belle, Vanceboro, 
R. F. D. 

Whitford, Miss Mary, Askin. R. F. 
D. 

Wetherington, Miss Florence, Bridg- 
ton. 

Powell, Miss Moliie, Vanceboro. 

Becton, Miss Mittie, North Hariowe. 

Long, Miss Mary, Askin. 

Ledbetter. Miss Florence, Dover. 
- Outlaw, Miss Myra. Dover. 

White. Miss Virgie, Fort Barnwell. 

Williams. Miss Margaret, Fort 
Barnwell. 

Carawan. Miss Lizzie. Cove City. 

Daugherty. Miss Sarah. Dover. 

Bryan, Miss Kate. Cove City. 

Moore, Miss Mattie, Tuscarora. 

Long. Miss Ola, North Hariowe. 

Felton. Miss Rosa, Bachelor. 

Trenwith, Miss Fannie. New Bern. 



Hill, Miss Annie, Blades. 

W<>i>d, Maud, Riverdale. 

Haskett, Miss Annie, Croatan. 

Bell, Miss Bettie, Riverdale. 

Hardison, Miss Carrie, New Bern. 

Smith, Miss Clarice, New Bern. 

Carmon, Miss Bessie, New Bern, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Bell, Miss Bertha, New Bern, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Sutton, Miss Alice, New Bern, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Ipock, Miss Lula, Tuscarora. 

Reeks, Miss Josephine, Cove City, 
R. F. D. 

Causey, Mrs. E. W., Grifton, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Kornegay. Mrs. L. T.. Dover. 

Craven, Mrs. Addie, New Bern, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Humphrey, Mrs. J. W., Clarks. 

Alphin. Mrs. A. H.. Cove City, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Eason, J. Lawrence. Vanceboro. 

Gaskins, N. L.. Bridgton. 

Stapleford, E. A., New Bern, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Everett, J. A.. Dover. 

Paul. J. B., Cove City. 

Russell. L. M., Fort Barnwell. 

Causev. B. L.. Dover, R. F. D. 

Hill. M. A., Havelock. 



NEW BERN. 

Population, 1910: 9.961. No. white 
polls. 800; No. colored polls, 733. 

Incorporated, 1710. 

Value real estate. S2.S92.405; value 
personal property. $1,705,056. 

Tax Rate: $1.00 on the $100, and 
$3.00 on poll. 

Bonded debt, $408,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— C. J. McCarthy. 

Chief of Police — C. Lupton. 

City Clerk— F. T. Patterson. 

Treasurer — D. M. Roberts. 

Tax Collector — J. J. Tolson. 

St ^ml'ir'i- Keeper — E. Tucker. 

Citv Attorney — R. A. Nunn. 

City Sunt, of Health— I. F. Patter- 
son. 

Postmaster — J. S. Basnight. 

R. R. Agents— E. W. Warren, N. & 
S. Ry. ; B. S. Meeks, A. C. L. Ry. 

Express Agent — Z. V. Taylor. 

Telegraph Managers — Alice Sutton, 
Western Union ; Edna Holston, Postal 
Telegraph Co. 

Telephone Manager — Fred Smith. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — Dr. Carter, Pastor. 

Christian — Rev. Mr. .Tones, Pastor. 

Episcopal— B. F. Huske. Pastor. 

Methodibt— J. B. Hurley. Pastor. 

Presbyterian — I. H. N. Summerell, 
Pastor. 

Catholic — Father Gallagher. Pastor. 

Jewish — Rabbi Harry A. Merfield. 



NEW BERN BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY 

NEW BERN, N. C. CAPITAL, $200,000. 

A General Banking Business transacted. Accepts appointment as Execu- 
tor, Guardian or Administrator of Estates. Name this Company in your 
will. 



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SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

New Bern Graded School — H. 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. 
Kafer, O. A. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Hymau Supply Co. 
Stewart, I. W. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
Perry Owen Shoe Co. 
Baxter, J. J. 
Dunn, J. G., & Co. 

BOOK STORES. 
Enriett, G. N. 
Whitehurst, M. E. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Coast Line Market. 
Central Market. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 
Waters, G. S. 
Jones, J. A. 

CLUBS. 
Elks 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; J. Leon 
Williams, Secretary. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Dunn, I. D., & Co. 
Chadwick, P. M. 
Black, A. 

COTTON GINS. 
Broadey & Ives. 

DENTISTS. 
Clark, I. D. 
Dameron, L. L. 



Parker, Z. B. 
Hand, W. T. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 

Kress & Co. 

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, Leiuster. 

Armstrong, E. C. 

Duffy, Francis. 

Jones, R. D. V. 

Gibbs, N. M. 

Street, N. S. 

Caton, G. A. 

Hughes, F. W. 

Bell, Israel. 

Moore, H. S. 

Dr. Mann. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Baxter, J. J. 

Jarvis, D. F. 

Mitchell, J. M. 

Dunn, J. G., & Co. 

Lusker, M. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

New Beru Power & Light Co. 
FRUIT DEALERS. 

New Bern Fruit Co. 

Royal, H. E. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Meadows, E. H. & I. A., Co. 

Craven Chemical Co. 

Ya. -Carolina Chemical Co. 

Broadey & Ives. 

FLORISTS. 

Walny, J. W. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Watson, I. B. 

Harker & Co. 

Ives, George A. 

Willis, Albert. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

New Bern Iron Works. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Turner, T. J. 

Miller, J. S. 

Suter, John, & Son. 

GROCERS. 

Roberts, T. G. 

Roberts & Hurst. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Basnigbt, J. H. 

Blades, Cutler. 

Gaskell Hardware Co. 

Whitty, J. C, & Co. 

HOSPITALS. 

Stewart Sanatorium. 

IT. S. Marine Hospital. 
JEWELERS. 

Eaton, S. H. 

Baxter, I. O. 

Hibbard, A. E. 

Matthews. E. H. 



NEW BERN BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY 

NEW BERN, N. C. CAPITAL, .1(200,000. 

A General Banking: Business transacted. Accepts appointment as Execu- 
tor, Guardian or Administrator of Estates. Name this Company in your 
will. 



1SS CRAVEN COUNTY. 


LAUNDRIES. 


WALL PAPER DEALERS. 


Now Bern Steam Laundry. 


Lewis, Gilbert. 


LAWYERS. 


BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 


Simmons. Ward & Allen. 


New Bern Building and Loan Asso- 


Ward, D. L. 


ciation. 


Mclver, W. D. 


Home Building and Loan Associa- 


Nixon, R. B. 


tion. 


Henderson, D. E. 


Standard Building and Loan Asso- 


Warren & Warren. 


ciation. 


Nunn, R. A. 


INSURANCE AGENTS. 


Moore i\; Dunn. 


Boyd, W. B. (Fire.) 


Williams, J. L. 


Henderson, George. (Fire.) 


Pearsall, P. M. 


Nicol, G. A. (Fire). 


Whitehurst, H. C. 


Bryan & Oliver. (Fire.) 


Bryan, II. R. 


Farrow, N. M. (Life.) 


Green, E. M. 


NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 


Guion & Guion. 


Daily Sun — O. G. Dunn, Editor. 


Williamson, R. W. 


New Bern Journal (Daily and Semi- 


O'Hara, R. 


Weekly)— C. L. Stevens. Editor. 


LUMBER M'F'R'S AND DEALERS. 


East Carolina Industrial (Weekly) 


Neuse Lumber Co. 


—A. Roberts and E. J. Land, Editors. 


Elm City Lumber Co. 


Sun (Semi- Weekly) — Owen G. Dunn, 


Roper, J. L.. Lumber Co. 


Editor. 


Blades Lumber Co. 


MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 


Pine Lumber Co. 


Oaks M'f'g Co. (Farming Imple- 


MARBLE WORKS. 


ments.) 


Willis. J. K. 


Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works. 


MACHINERY DEALERS. 


Hyman Supply Co. 


VANCEBORO. 


New Bern Iron Works. 


Incorporated in 1877. 


PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 


Population, 1910: White, 350; col- 


W. F. Hill. 


ored, 175; total, 525. 


Gaskill Hardware Co. 


Value real estate. S112,434; value 


Basnight Hardware Co. 


personal property, .$16,807. 


PAINTERS. 


Tax Rate: 33 l-3c. on the ?100, 


Berry, E. T. 


TOWN OFFICERS. 


Blalock & Co. 


Mayor — T. S. Jackson. 


PRODUCE DEALERS. 


Postmaster — J. F. Edwards. 


Davenport, B. B. 


Chief of Police— W. H. Smith. 


Watson, I. B. 


R, R. Agent— T. E. White, Norfolk 


PLUMBERS. 


& Southern Railway. 


Green, J. C. 


3Ianager Telegraph — T. E. White, 


Stallings Bros. 


Postal. 


PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 


MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 


Fuller, George R. 


Methodist— J. C. Reynolds, Pastor; 


PHOTOGRAPHERS. 


J. J. Lewis, Vanceboro Circuit. 


Wooten Studio. 


Episcopal — C. D. Malone. Rector. 


PRINTING OFFICES. 


INSURANCE AGENTS. 


Richardson Printing House. 


Butler, H. C. 


REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 


Harvey, J. B. 


Harper & Jones. 


SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 


Boyd, W. G. 


Vanceboro High School — J. L. Eas- 


Taylor. W. X. L. 


sen, Principal. 


Stewart, J. W. 


BANKS AND BANKERS. 


Wolfenden, J. J. 


Bank of Vanceboro — T. A. Uzzell, 


Brown, H. A. 


President ; J. B. Harvey. Cashier. 


Dail, George D. 


DOCTORS. 


SHINGLE DEALERS. 


Dugruid, James A. 


Hull, W. F. 


Gatlin, O. A. 


Ellis, Warren B. 


Johnson. H. 


Pine Lumber Co. 


DRUGGISTS. 


TAILORS. 


Vanceboro Drug Co. 


Chadwick, F. M. 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 


Black. A. 


White, W. C. 


Sawyer, Richard. 


Williams, A. M. 


UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 


Simpson, J., & Co. 


Simpson, H. W. 


Dinkins, M. 


Willis. J. K. 


Forrest, J. L. 


VETERINARY SURGEONS. 


Warren Bros. & Butts. 


Williams, R. P. 


Lancaster. N. M.. & Bro. 



NEW BERN BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY 

NEW BERN, N. C. CAPITAL, $200,000. 

A General Banking Business transacted. Accepts appointment as Execu- 
tor, Guardian or Administrator of Estates. Name this Company in your 
will. 



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Lancaster, D. S. 
Foust, G. A. 
Coppage, D. W. 
Misses Brewer & Nelson. 
Edwards, Miss Madeline. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Hotel Vance. 
Edwards Boarding House. 

EIVERY STABLES. 

Warren & Clark. 
Bryan, J. M. 
White, Cleve. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Farmers Gin Co. 

White, W. C. (Saw mill, cotton gin, 
planing mill.) 

DOVER. 

i 

Incorporated in 1901. 

Population. 1910: White, 450; col- 
ored. 450; total, 900 (estimated.) 

Value real estate. $100,000; value 
personal 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. Dargau. Pastor. 

Disciple — L. T. Wrightsell, Pastor. 

Baptist — Rev. Mr. Ragland, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — No Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Dover High School — J. A. Everett. 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Dover — G. V. Richardson, 
President; W. H. Caton, Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Hawes, S. J. 

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. 
Waters, W. H., Lumber Co. 
Dover Lumber Co. 

West & Parrott. 



COVE CITY. 

Incorporated in 1907. 

Population, 1910: White. 300; col- 
ored, 100; total, 400. 

Value real estate, $27,500 ; value per- 
sonal propertv, $21,950. 

Tax Rate: 25c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. S. Robinson. 

Chief of Police — W. E. Jones. 

Treasurer — E. D. Avery. 

Postmaster — J. F. Heath. 

R. R. Agent— M. A. Hill, Norfolk 
Southern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — M. A. Hill, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Episcopal — No pastor. 

Baptist — H. B. Hines. Pastor. 

Methodist — W. M. Dargan. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Jones, W. E. 

Aman. Rufus. 

Pittman & Ewell. 

Heath & Robinson. 

Heath. N. C. 

Avery, E. D. 

Daugherty & Son. 

COTTON GINS. 

White, H. T. 

GRIST MILLS. 
Aman, R. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Avery House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Cox, A. B. 
Aman, R., & Hill. 



BRIDGETON. 

Incorporated in 1907. 

Population. 1910: White, 375; col- 
ored. 50; total, 425. 

Value real estate, $75,273; value per- 
sonal property. $30,013. 

Tax Rate: 50c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — E. J. Bayliss. 
Postmaster — J. H. Oglesby. 
Chief of Police — Thomas W. Moore. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— J. M. Wright, Pastor. 
Disciple — I. W. Rodgers. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Oglesby, Jno. 
Tingle, A. M. 
Fulcher, Perry 
Bunting & Gasklns. 
Thomas. W. A. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Holton, T. W. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Bridgeton Lumber Co. 
Blades, J. B.. Lumber Co. 



NEW BERN BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY 

NEW BERN, N. C. CAPITAL, $200,000. 

A General Banking Business transacted. Accepts appointment as Execu- 
tor, Guardian or Administrator of Estates. Name this Company in your 
will. 



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CUMBERLAND COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, FAYEI'TEVILLE. 

Population: (Census 1910), 35.2S4. 

Formed in 1754. ' Named in honor of Duke of Cumberland. 

Area: 900 square miles. 

Value of real estate. §5,718,509; value of personal property, $2,213,621. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, $7.391.449 ; by negroes, $542,881. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 90; for negroes, 65. 

Tax Kate: County purposes, 22c. on the $100; pension, 2c; bonds, 10c; 
roads. 9c; special school t.ix Cross Creek Township, 25c; State, 25c; 
school, 20c 

County bonded debt, $126,S00. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 400. Worked Public Road Law and county con- 
victs. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 59.14 miles, assessed value $1,945,505.10 

Pullman Co., assessed value 6,351.56 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 21,669.35 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 14.S42.82 

Aberdeen and Rockflsh Railroad, 10.00 miles, assessed value 33,283.00 

Roseboro and Fayetteville Telephone. .Co.. assessed value 379.00 

Clinton and Dunn Telephone Co., assessed value 45.00 

Carolina^ Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 13.576.00 

Carolina Power and Light Co., assessed value 10.557.31 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value S,222.G0 

Raleigh and Southport Railway, 21.50miles, assessed value 133,265.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 5,200.59 

Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad, 7.50 miles, assessed 

value • 22,472.00 

Fayetteville Gas and Electric Co., assessed value 1.500.00 

Merchants and Farmers Steamboat Co., assessed value 4,167.00 

Superior Court Terms: January 15th (criminal cases); February 19th 
(civil cases); March 25th (jail and civil cases): April 29th (civil cases); 
May 27th (criminal cases) ; August 26th (criminal cases) : October 21st 
(civil cases); November 18th (criminal cases). 



COUNTY OFFICERS. | Holmes, Fayetteville; A. H. Slocomb, 

Clerk of the Court— A. A. Mac- I Fayetteville. 
Kethan, Fayetteville. JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Sheriff— N. H. MacGeachy, Fayette- | Cross Creek Township— D. N. Mac- 
ville - , _, lean. Favetteville; C. P. Overby, Fay- 

Rejjister of Deeds— F. R. Hall, Fay- ; e tteville ; W. D. Gaster. Favetteville; 



etteville. 

Treasurer — David Gaster, Fayette- 
ville. 

Coroner — J. V. McGougan, Fayette- 
ville. 

Surveyor — W. W. Baker, Fayette- 
ville. 



W. A. Brown. Fayetteville; Colin 
MacRae, Fayetteville; T. J. Powers, 
Fayetteville; Frank Glover, Fayette- 
vilie: C. B. McMillan, Fayetteville; 
W. C. Holland, Fayetteville. 

Pearee's Mill — A. E. MacLean, Fay- 
etteville; Geo. B. Nunnery, Fayette- 
r C °^???L° f Healt h-Wm. S. Jordan, yme; R Q Carver . R . F . D . No . 7 , 
r ayettevnie. I T7i.-.,. ft 0T .iii/i 

Co. Supt. of Schools— B. T. McBryde, l< ^ etteville. 
Favetteville Gray's Creek— J. P. Thames, Fay- 

Supt. of County Home— Alex. Leslie, etteville, R F D No. 8; J H. Smith, 
Favetteville Alderman ; S. C. Ivrmer. Edonia. 

Co. Board of Education— J. A. Oates, Seventy-first— D. B. Gillis. Fayette- 
(chrm.). Favetteville: W. L. Wil- ville. R. F. D. ; J. F. McFadyen, Fay- 
liams, Linden; J. W. Hall, Autryville. etteville. R. F. D. ; J. M. MacPherson. 

I .iHiUtv Commissioners— W. J. ! Fayetteville, R. F. D. 

Olive, (chmn.). Wade; F. C. Yarbore Carver's Creek — Joseph Ray, 

Hope Mills R F D No. 2; A. B. i Draughon ; A. MacBuie, Fayetteville: 

R. A. Collier, Linden; A. M. Ray, 
Lobelia. 

Little Rivei — M. P. Blue, Lobelia ; 
D. D. Black, Vass, R. F. D. No 1 ; W. 
II. Richardson. 



Smith, Cedar Creek; R. H. Bucking- 
ham. Fayetteville; J. H. McPPnail, 
Hope Mills. 

County Board of Elections — W. G. 
Hall, (chrm.), Fayetteville: George 



FOURTH NATIONAL BANK OF FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 

PAYS 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS COMPOUNDED QUAR- 
TERLY. MAIL DEPOSITS SOLICITED. 



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Beaver Dam — J. S. Home, Autry- 
ville, R. P. D. No. 2; R. S. Tatuin, 
Cedar Creek. R. F. D. No. 1; D. U. 
Beard, Fayetteville; G. L. Godwin, 
Fayetteville; Alexander Simmons, 
Fayetteville. 

Cedar Creek — J. M. Faircloth, Cedar 
Creek; G. H. Clark, Cedar Creek; D. 
H. Maxwell, Stedman, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Flea Hill — M. Maxwell, Fayetteville, 
R. F. D. ; H. H. Bolton, Fayetteville; 
G. F. Hubbard, Fayetteville; D. D. 
Bain. Wade, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Black River — Nathan Williams, <.od- 
win ; B. H. Jernigan, Dunn, R. F. D. 
No. 4; B. J. Godwin, Dunn, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Rockfish— A. G. Vaughan, Fayette- 
ville. R. F. D. No. 7; J. D. Hornaday, 
Cotton; W. C. Perks, Hope Mills; 
John Smith, Cotton ; J. W. Hodges, 
Cotton. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Presbyterian — David Fairley. Man- 
chester; K. A. McLeod, Fayetteviile, 
R. F. D. 

Baptist — T. J. Baker, Cedar Creek; 
J. D. Tew, Fayetteville; W. M. Page, 
Fayetteville; J. M. Oibbs, Cotton; Q. 
R. Johnson, Cedar Creek. 

Methodist — F. S. Becton, Hope 
Mills; G. B. Starling, Fayetteville. 
R. F. D. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

King Hiram School. 

Riverdale Academy. 

Ea stover Academy. 

Godwin Graded School. 

Eittle River Academy. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Averitt, K. G., Cedar Creek. 

Bullock, T. C. Autryville. 

Olive, P. W., Wade. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Evans, J. & O., Idaho. 

Downing, H. B., Cedar Creek. 

Smith, A. B., Cedar Creek. 

Haywood, T. J., Idaho. 

MacAlister, D. A., Wade. 

MacPhail, 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. 

-Tessup. Emmett. Clay Fork. 

Geddie, J. D., Stedman. 

Sessoms, Jeff. D., Stedman. 

Bullard, Vander, Vander. 

Carter, H. C, Buckhorn. 

Nunnalee. W. L., Sherwood. 

Faircloth, J. T., Raeford. 
COTTON GINS. 

Alexander, N. B., Fayetteville. 

Godwin, S. G., Fayetteville. 



Geddie, McD., Fayetteville. 

Marsh, W. H., Alderman. 

Currie, J. H., Fayetteville. 

Hatcher, William, Carlos. 

Williams, W. N., Fayetteville. 

W. McK. Monroe, Fayetteville, V 
F. D. 

MeCorquedale, J. T., Kinnon. 

Blue «fe Faircloth, Raeford. 
SAW MILES. 

Olive, W. J., & Co., Wade. 

Downing, A., Stedman. 

Upchurch, T. B., & Bro., Raeford. 

Raeford Lumber Co., Raeford. 

Johnson, C. W., & Co., Raeford. 

Acme Lumber Co., Raeford. 

McFayden, J. L., Raeford. 

Britton, W. H., & Co., Timberland. 

Faircloth, J. T., Raeford. 

Johnson Lumber Co., Timberland. 

Bullard, A. J., & Sou, Vander. 

Harnett Lumber Co., Manchester. 

Dean, J. W., Godwin. 

Jessup, Emmet, Cedar Creek. 

C. C. Bullard, Fayetteville. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Willard, J. F., Cumberland. 

Bullard, Miss Julia, Cumberland. 

Bridgers, W. R., Hope Mills. 

McDonald. Mrs. Lauchlin, Hope 
Mills. 

Fisher, Miss Gertrude, Hope Mills. 

Gainey, Miss Ethel, Hope Mills. 

Cole, Miss Ethel, Hope Mills. 

Thaggard, Miss Annie, Cotton. 

McArthur, Miss Mattie, Parkton, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Teague, D. B., Raeford. 

Gainey, Miss Bessie, Fayetteville, 
R. F. D. No. 7. 

McGirt-Clark, Mrs. Flora, Fayette- 
ville. R. F. D. No. 7. 

Cox, Guy, Fayetteville. R. F. D. 
No. 8. 

McQueen. Miss Nellie, Fayetteville. 
R. F. D. No. 8. 

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. Misg Mamie, Fayetteville. 
Massey Hill. 

McArthur, Miss Marv, Favetteville, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

McPherson, Miss Elizabeth, Fay- 
etteville, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Weatherly. W. R., Fayetteville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Williams, Miss Henrietta, Fayette- 
ville. R. F. D. No. 3. 



FOURTH NATIONAL BANK OF FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 

MORE CAPITAL AND SURPLUS THAN ALL OTHER 
BANKS Ol" THE CITY. 



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Harmon. Miss Mary. Fayetteville,' 
II. F. D. No. 3. 

Black, Miss Elizabeth, Manchester. 

Sloan. W. i;.. Manchester. 

Graham, W. R., Draughan. 

Byrd. Miss Bettie, Linden. 

Boseman, Miss Mary. Linden, care 
W. L. Williams. 

Ray. Miss Bertha, Lane. 

Bula, Miss Carrie, Fayetteville, R. 
F. D. No. G. 

Elliott. Miss Jean, Fayetteville, 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. 

Buolian. Miss Florence. Dunn, care 
Jas. MePhail. 

Clegg, W. R., Godwin. 

Searcy. Miss Carro, Godwin. 

McNeill, Miss Mary. Godwin. 

McLeod. Miss Mamie. Wade. 

McMillan, Miss Mary, Wade. 

MePhail, 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. 

Pae;e, Miss Callie, Wade, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Bryant, Miss Jennie, Stedman, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Gibhs. Miss Minnie, Fayetteville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Crook. W. R., Favetteville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Holmes. Miss ITennie. Fayetteville. 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Turlington. Miss Mamie, Fayette- 
ville, R/F. D. No. 2. 

Gav. W. A.. Favetteville. 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. 

Nunnerv. Mrs. Nora. Antrvville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Bullard. Miss Annie, Roseboro. R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Melvin. Miss Ollella. Roseboro, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Wright. Guy, Stedman. 

Seawell, Miss Christian. Stedman. 

Coppedge, Miss Sallie. Stedman. 

Batten. Miss Carrie, Stedman. 



FAYETTEVILLE. 

Population, 1910 : 7.045. 
No. white polls, 505; No. colored 
polls. 195. 

Value real estate, §1,597.570; value 
personal property, $987,294. 
Tax Kate: 1 per cent. 
Bonded debt, $293,000. (This in- 
cludes water works and electric plant, 
which is owned by city.) 

OFFICERS. 
MacNeill. 

— H. Y. Scarborough. 
J. MacBuie. 
A. MacKethan, Jr. 
-W. L. Hawley. 



TOWN 

Mayor— J. D. 
Chief of Police 
City Clerk— H. 
Treasurer — A. 
Tax Collector- 



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. A. Hum- 
phrey. 

Episcopal — C. N. Tyndall, Rector. 

Methodist — J. T. Gibbs, Presiding 
Elder; Hay Street Church, L. E. 
Thompson. Pastor. 

Presbyterian — W. M. Fairley ; K. A. 
MacLeod. Pastors. 

Catholic — Father Dillon, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Fayetteville Graded School — W. S 
Snipes. Supt. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel LaFayette. 

Martin Hotel. 

Atlantic Hotel. 

Spence House. 

Cumberland Hotel. 

Williams. Miss Fannie. 

Snell. Miss Kate. 

Leroy House. 

Fayetteville Inn. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

The National Bank — S. W. Cooper, 
President ; Allan MacMillan, Cashier. 

Fourth National Bank — H. W. Lilly, 
President; J. O. Ellington, Vice-Pres- 
ident and Cashier : J. K. Hightower, 
Assistant Cashier. 

Cumberland Savings & Trust Co.— 
F. H. Stedman, President ; Claude 
Rankin, Cashier. 

BAKERS. 

MacNeill. J. S. 

MacNeill Bakery Co. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Poe. E. A.. Co. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Jennings. E. H. 

Jessup Bros. 

Kennedy. J. L. 



FOURTH NATIONAL BANK OF FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 

MORE CAPITAL AND SURPLUS THAN ALL OTHER 
BANKS OF THE CITY. 



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Holland & Co. 


Saleeby's Candy Store. 


Globe Clothing Co. 


D. W. Townsend. 


Fleishman, B., & Bros. 


CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 


Ayer, S. G. 


Humphrey, D. J. 


Thornton, Tom A., & Co. 


Bullard, C. E. 


Goldstein, J. 


Black, John. 


Courtney M. L. 


Humphrey, E. J. 


Shufora, Rogers & Co. 


Deal, W. W. 


Maultsby, W. S. 


Davis, F. W. 


Watson, C. M., & Co. 


COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 


Stein Bros. 


Fayetteville Ice & Mfg. Co. 


Jackson, J. C, & Son. 


Carmon, Joshua. 


Thornton, Frank. 


Poe, E. A., Brick Co. 


Jackson -Williams Co. 


J. D. Simmons. 


BOOK STORES. 


Smith, W. F. 


Gorham Book & Music House. 


Beal, Green. 


New Book Store Co. 


CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 


BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 


E. J. Hale, President; F. R. Rose, 


Cross Creek B. & L. Association. 


Secretary. 


Farmer & Mechanic B. & L. Ass'n. 


CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 


BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 


FURNISHERS. 


CATTLE. 


B. Fleishman & Bros. 


Buckingham, J. B., & Co. 


•Maultsby, J. S. 


Vann, N. A. 


Globe Clothing Co. 


Kass, John. 


Watson, C. M., & Co. 


Johnson, R. M. 


Stein Bros. 


Matthews. J. B. 


Shuford, Rogers & Co. 


Britt, E. J., & Son. 


Fayetteville Department Store. 


Bullard. T. R. 


Riffs, T. 


Butler, Heman. 


Thornton, Tom., & Co. 


Ussery, H. 


COTTON GINS. 


Ferry, A. 


Southern Cotton Oil Co. 


BICYCLES AND REPAIRS. 


MacNeill, J. D. 


Saunders, W. T. 


N. B. Alexander. 


McDaniel, R. H. 


Dan Carter. 


McDaniel, G. G. 


R. W. Bullard. 


Jerngan, J. G. 


DEPARTMENT STORES. 


CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 


Courtney, M. L. 


Beville, C. L. 


Thornton, Frank. 


King, J. A. 


Tillinshast, J. B. 


Ingold, C. L. 


Jewell, H. W. 


Rankin, A. E., Co. 


DENTISTS. 


CLUBS. 


Cromartie, A. S. 


Industrial Club. 


Judd, J. H. 


Elks Club. 


Patterson, G. B. 


COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 


L. G. Hair. 


Rankin, A. E., Co. 


Ray, W. A. 


Powell, W. H. 


NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 


MacMillan, H. L. 


Fayetteville Observer (Daily and 


J. and O. Evans. 


Weekly)— E. J. Hale, Editor. 


COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS 


Fayetteville Index (Weekly) — J. A. 


Lakeview Manufacturing Co. 


Parham, Editor. 


Holt-Morgan Mills. 


PRINTING OFFICES. 


Tolar-Hart & Holt Mills. 


Index Printing Co. 


Holt-Williamson Mills. 


Judge Printing Co. 


Victory Manufacturing Co. 


Garrett, J. E. 


CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 


DRUGGISTS. 


Huske, A. S. 


MacKethan & Co. 


Home, H. R., & Sons. 


Home, H. R., & Sons. 


King Drug Co. 


Souder's Drug Co. 


Wooten, L. C. 


B. E. Sedberry's Son. 


Ray, D. H., & Co. 


Cook, A. J. 


Smith, R. G. W. 


Massey Hill Drug Co. 


Cook, J. P. 


DOCTORS. 


Cumberland Cafe. 


Highsmith, J. F. 


Cook, A. J. 


Highsmith, Seavy. 


B. E. Sedberry's Sons. 


Jordan. Wm. S. 


MacKethan & Co. 


Lilly. J. M. 


Clark, W. G. 


MacKethan, D. G. 


Jackson, R. M. 


Marsh. J. H. 



FOURTH NATIONAL BANK OF FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 

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

J. H. HIGHTOWER, Asst. Cashier. 
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McGougan, J. V. 

MacKethan, ,T. A. 

MacNeill, .1. W. 

Rose, A. S. 

Scoiiekl, E. J. S. 

Thornton, Irene. 

West, T. M. 

Hayes, R. B. 

Carson, B. J. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Thornton, Frank. 

Kennedy, J. F. 

Jessup Bros. 

Ayer, S. G. 

Courtney, M. L. 

Maultsby, A. S. & Bro. 

Riff, T. 

Holland & Co. 

Anderson, J. H., Co. 

W. E. Kindley Co. 

J. M. Bradv. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES, 

Fayetteville Gas & Electric Co. 

Vublic Works Commission. 
FRUIT DEALERS. 

Townsend, D. W. 

Smith Fruit Store. 

Saleeby's Candy Store. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

Rankin, A. E., Co. 

Taylor, D. K. 

FLORISTS. 

Lamb, J. M. 

MacKethan & Co. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

J. H. Plummer. 

Perry, A. 

Williams, E. N. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Russell, C. S. 

Ward's Foundry & Plow Works. 
FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Fayetteville Furniture Co. 

Brothers. W. E. 

Sheetz. S., & Sons. 

Cape Fear Furniture Co. 

Newberry, C. B. 

GROCERS. 

Armfleld Co. (Wholesale.) 

Culbreth, J. H., & Co. (Wholesale.) 

Rankin, A. E., Co. (Wholesale and 
Retail.) 

Tarolina Grocerv Co. 

Smith, W. F. (Wholesale.) 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Huske Hardware House. 

Watson, Walter. 

Haigh, Charles. 

Rankin, A. E. 

McMillan Bros. 

Powell, W r . H. 

Maultsby, J. Sam. 

Ward's Plow Works. 

Sanders, W. T. 

HOSPITALS. 

Highsmith Hospital. 

St. Luke's Hospital. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Huske, B. B. (Fire.) 



MacRae, S. H., Agency. (Fire.) 

Rose, F. R. (Fire.) 

Robinson, J. H. (Fire.) 

Holland, W. C. (Fire.) 

State Realty & Insurance Co. (Fire.) 

Fayetteville Realty & Insurance Co. 
(Fire.) 

Morgan. W. M.. & Co. (Fire.) 

Underwood, John. (Life.) 

La Fayette Mutual Life Insurance 
Co. (Life.) 

Smitn, N. H. (Life). 

Malloy, W. B. (Life.) 

MacKethan Real Estate, Loan & 
Trust Co. (Life.) 

JEWELERS. 

Prior. Warren, & Sons. 
Beasley, B. F. 
Uptou-Sedberry Co. 
Whaley, J. J. 

LAUNDRIES. 

Fayetteville Steam Laundry. 
City Steam Laundry. 
Wah Sing. 

LAWYERS. 

Broadfoot, C. W. 
Bolton, J. H. 
Cook, H. L. 
Hall, A. S. 
MacKethan, E. R. 
Rose, G. M. 
Murchison, I. A. 
Nimocks, Q. K. 
Robinson, H McD. 
Shaw, J. G. 
Sinclair, N. A. 
Sutton, T. H. 
Dye, R. H. 
Rose, C. G. 
Everett, H. S. 
Bulla rd, V. C. 
Cashwell, D. J. 
Newton. J. Sprunt. 
Brothers. H. L. 
Lyon. Terry. 
Herring, R. W. 
Davis, E. <i. 
Oates, J. A. 
MacRae. J. C. 
Gibbs, John C. 
J. M. Williford. 

C. C. McPhail. 
Bascom McCaskill. 

D. M. Strinsfield. 
.T. H. Stringfleld. 
Donald Ray. 

LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 
Rankin, C. A. 
Empire Lumber Co. 
Cumberland Lumber Co. 
Southern Timber and Lumber Co. 
MacDiarmid. W. J. 
Bullard, A. J., & Sons. 
McAllister-Ross Lumber Co. 
Boone & Thain. 
Gilmore-Rnnkin Lumber Co. 

MARBLE WORKS. 
Reinsburg, E. L. 



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MACHINERY DEALERS. 

Russell, C. S. 
Carolina Machine Co. 
Clark, I. W. 

Huske Hardware House. 
Sanders, W. T. 

NAVAL STORE DEALERS. 
Slocomb, A. H. 

Georgia Pine Turpentine Co. 
MacKethan, Alfred A. 
Wrench, J. L. 

PAINT AND OIL, DEALERS. 
Huske Hardware Co. 
Saunders, W. T. 
Home, H. R. 
Sedberry's, B. B., Son. 
PAINTERS. 
Wright, T. T. 
Maultsby, Wm. 
Jones, Irvin. 
Waddell, Alfred. 
Jones, Lonnie. 

PLU3IBERS. 
Cram Plumbing Co., The 
Burke, Sam. 
Smith, Frank. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
W. F. Blount Music Co. 
Sheetz, S„ & Sons. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Paton Studio. 
Keen's Studio. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
MacKethan, E. R. 

Fayetteville Realty & Insurance Co. 
Rose, F. R. 
MacKethan Land Co. 
State Realty & Insurance Co. 
Underwood, John. 
Sutton, Thomas. 
Smith, N. H. 

SALES STABLES. 
Bevill, C. L. 
Ingold. C. L. 
Rankin, Tom. 
Mac-Arthur Bros. & Co. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Huske Hardware Co. 
Evans, J. & O. 
Smith. A. B. 
Rankin. A. E. 
Empire Lumber Co. 
Rankin, A. E., Co. 
Gilmore-Rankin Co. 

TAILORS. 
The Washington Tailors. 
Fred. D. Williams Co. 
Stein Bros. 
Holland & Co. 
Mary P.. Ed ire. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Wilson it Rogers. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Martin. Tom. 
Fitzmorris, B. Z. 
Buchan, A. A. 
Perry, A. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Landon Wright. 
Gorham Book & Music Co. 



The New Book Store. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Holt-Morgan Mills. (Cotton cloth.) 
Holt- Williamson Mill. (Yarns). 
Tolar-Hart Mill. (Yarns.) 
Lakeview Mfg. Co. (Yarns.) 
Victory Mfg. Co. (Cotton cloth.) 
Ashley-Bailey Mill No. 1. (Silk mill.) 
Ashley-Bailey Mill No. 2. (Silk mill.) 
Algoddon Knitting Mill. 
Ward's Plow Works. 
Bruton, J. C. Cross Arm Works. 
West Lumber Co. (Crates.) 
Boone & Thain. 

Fayetteville W T oodenware Company. 
(Buckets.) 
Georgia Pine Turpentine Co. 
Poe, E. A., Brick Co. 
Rheum-aid Medical Co. 
Regal Medicine Co. 
Hewitt. C. M. (Mattresses). 
Kelly Suspender Co. 
Sullivan Shoe Co. 



HOPE MULLS. 

Incorporated in 1SS8. 

Population 1910: White. 998; col- 
ored. 10; total, 1,008. 

A alue real estate. $240,085; value 
personal property, $49,118. 

Tax rate: ?>3 l-.°>c. on S100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Z. B. Newton. 

Postmaster — Mrs. M. J. Pate. 

Chief of Police — L. J. Parker. 

Railroad Asrents— E. T. McDonald, 
A. C. L. R. R.. and V. and C. S. R. 
R. ; E. D. Tyson. A. and R. R. R. 

Managrer Telegraph — E. T. McDon- 
ald Western Union Telegraph Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— N. M. McDonald. Pastor. 

Baptist — I. E. Olive, Pastor. 

Episcopal — N. C. Duncan, Rector. 

Presbyterian — Vacant. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Hope Mills Graded Schools— W. L. 
Bridget's, Principle. 

DOCTORS. 

Gilbert. J. C. 

Hutchinson. S. S. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Gilbert, J. C. 

Stancill, G. W. 

LAWYERS. 

Z. P.. Newton. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Hope Mills Mercantile Co. 

Billiard. W. T. 

Fort. M. F. 

Simmons, George, 

Hall. n. F. 

Johnson, Rufus. 

Kimball, R. P. 

Bullard. W. H. 

Gurley, W. II. 

Prazier, L. <;. 

Brady & Rogers. 

McDonald, N. M. 



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Burns. Misses. 
Hope Mills Furniture Co. 
A. J. Johnson. 
Thames, J. D. & J. A. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Hotel Wingate. 
Hotel Atlantic. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Thames. H. F. 
Calcutt. Chas. R. 
Smith. J. D. 
Rogers, D. C. 
Baker, Ben 



MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Hope Mills Nos. 1 and 4. 
Cumberland Ginnery and Concrete 
Co. 



CUMBERLAND. 

Population, 1910: 300. 

COTTON MILLS. 
Houston, J. Frederick, & Co. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Smith, J .A. 

Butler, W. H., & Son. 

Wade, A. 



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, $1,502,888; value of personal property, $552,200. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, $1,934,369 ; by negroes, $120,719. 

No. of Schools: For whites. 36; for negroes, 13. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 21 2-3 cents on the $100. 

Public Roads: No. miles public roads, 150. Worked by hands, not by 
taxation. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Express Co., assessed value $ 2,604.40 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 1,034.60 

Norfolk Southern Railroad. 14.47 miles, assessed value 18S,704.71 

Chesapeake and Albemarle Canal Co., assessed value 4,000.00 

Pullman Co., assessed value 2,716.00 

Currituck Telephone Co., assessed value 2,500.00 

Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Tel. Co., assessed value.., 

Superior Court Terms : March 4th ; September 2d. 



3,636.00 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— E. W. An sell, 
Currituck. 

Sheriff— R. E. L. Griggs, Point Har- 
bor. 

Register of Deeds — P. N. Bray, 
Sligo. 

Treasurer — G. W. Williams, Curri- 
tuck. 

Surveyor— J. C. Walker, Maple. 

Co. Siipt. of Health— Dr. S. M. 
Mann, Moyock. 

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. Pow- 
ell's Point; J. T. Hampton, Aydlett. 

County Board of Elections — R. L. 
Newbern, Old; J. C. Walker, Curri- 
tuck ; W. S. Harrison. Mamie. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Moyock Township — W. M. Stewart, 
Vine. Va. 

Crawford — J. L. DeCormis, Shaw- 
boro; A. D. Sawyer, Tulls; L. Walker, 
Barco; J. D. Clifton, Currituck. 

Poplar Branch — L. H. Gallop. Har- 



binger: E. V. Melson. Harbinger; S. 
H. Dutcher. Jarvisburg ; J. M. Cart- 
wright. Jarvisburg. 

Fruitville — Z. T. Fentress. Knott's 
Island. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

3Iethodist— M. Y. Self. Moyock; F. 
B. Noblett, Poplar Branch; J. T. 
Moore, Knott's Island. 

Baptist — J. B. Ferebee Shawboro ; 
J. F. Murray, Coinjock. 

Disciple — D. W. Davis, Elizabeth 
City. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Bitter, F. W., Moyock. 

Mann, S. M., Moyock. 

Maynard, J. D.. 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. 

Poyner, J. W.. Moyock. 

Flora, P. H., Tulls. 

Humphries. C. V.. & Bros.. Tulls. 



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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. 
Hampton, W. H., Waterlily. 
Coinjock Grocery Co., Coinjock. 
Hampton, A. B., 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. 

Woodhonse, D. W., Poplar Branch. 
Gallop, J. C. Poplar Branch. 
Grandy, J. T., Grandy. 
Owens, A. A., Bertha. 
Gallop, W.H., Jarvisburg. 
Brock, C. H., & Co., Powell's Point. 
Gregory, H. H., Jarvisburg. 
Forbes, I. A., Jarvisburg. 
Garrington, Thomas, Jarvisburg. 
Midgett, A. M., Powell's Point. 
Etheridge, Richard, Powell's Point. 
Aydlett, C. C, & Son, Harbinger. 
Harrell, T. S., Mamie. 
Gray, Curtis, Corolla. 
Bowden, E. D., & Son, Knott's Is- 
land. 

Jones, V. L., Knott's Island. 
Munden, J. E.. Woodleigh. 
Jones & Son, Woodleigh. 
Perry, Dempsey, Kitty Hawk. 
Scarborough, Geo., Duck. 
Leary, A. K., Duck. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Baum, L. C, Poplar Branch. 
Walker, Mrs. C, Currituck. 
Guard, J. T., Coinjock. 
Brock, C. H., Powell's Point. 
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 MILES. 

Van de Carr, C. R., & Co., Moyock 
Perkins, C. L., Sligo. 
Johnson, E. R., Currituck. 

SAW MILLS. 

Hunt. J. H.. Gregory. 

Perkins, C. L., Sligo. 

Carolina Land & Lumber Co., 
Moyock. 

Fulford, A. J., & Co., Moyock. 

Farmers' Manufacturing Co., Coin- 
jock. 

Perkins, A. L., Powell's Point. 

B«rco, C., Barco. 

Perkins & Harrell, Maple. 
SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Sykes, Miss Irma, Harbinger. 

Foreman, Miss Ruth, Harbinger. 

Burgess, Miss Annie. Mamie. 

Perkins, Mrs. Burlie, Powell's 
Point. 

Oldham, Miss Hettie, Jarvisburg. 

Wilson, Miss Agnes, Jarvisburg. 

Perry, Miss Mattie, Grandy. 

Jones, Miss lone, Grandy. 

Phelps, Miss Mary H., Principal 
High School, Poplar Branch. 

Pinnell, Miss Josephine, Poplar 
Branch. 

Reid, Miss Inez, Poplar Branch. 

Parker, Miss Carrie, Aydlette. 

Ross, Miss Julia, Waterlily. 

Talbott, Miss Grace, Waterlily. 

Wescott, Miss Laura, Corolla. 

Baum, Miss Nora, Kitty Hawk. 

Goodson, Miss Ruth, Kitty Hawk. 

Midgett, Miss Orenda, Kitty Hawk. 

Eure, Miss Ruth, Knott's Island. 

Mosely, Miss Agnes, Seagull. 

Barco, Miss Emma J., Gregory. 

Forbes, Miss Nellye J., Gregory. 

Taylor. S. T., Snowden. 

Jobe, Miss Adeline, Shawboro. 

Barnard, Miss Mamie, Shawboro. 

Munden, Miss Venie, Barco. 

Cox, Miss Elizabeth, North West, 
Va. 

Gay, Miss Ida S.. Moyock. 

Jarvis, Mrs. Virginia Newbold, 
Moyock. 

Deal, Miss Mary E., Tulla. 



DARE COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, MANTEO. 



4,841. 
honor of 



Virginia Dare. 



Population: ("Census 1910), 

Formed in 1870. Named in 

Area: 975 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $79S.2S0 value of personal propertv, 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, $756,280; by negroes, $ 

No. of Schools: For whites, 19; for negroes, 3. 

Tax Rate: County and poor, 45c: State. 25c. ; school, 20c 



$294,000. 

30.64. 



special 



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DARE COUNTY 



school, 5c.; district school, 30c; jail, 15c; courthouse, 25c on the $100. 

County bonded debt, $22,300.00. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 150. Worked under Old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS C03IPANIES. 
Eastern Carolina Transportation Co., assessed value $li°0 00 

Southern Investment Co., assessed value \\ /Ufl'm 

Superior Court Terms : May 6th ; November 11th. 



449.00 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— W. R. Gray, 
Manteo. 

Sheriff — A. H. Etheridge, Manteo. 
Register of Deeds — Roscoe Jones, 
Manteo. 

Treasurer — J. AY. Hayman, Wan- 
chese. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— B. G. Crisp, 
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, (chrrn.), Manteo; S. A. Griffin, 
Manteo; T. J. Fielder. Frisco. 

County Board of Elections— W. S. 
Davis, (chrm.), Wanchese; L. N. Mid- 
gette, Skyco. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
East Lake Township. — A. C. Mann. 
East Lake; C. L. Mann. East Lake; 
D. C. Twiford. East Lake; M. D. 
Twiford. East Lake. 

Nagrs Head Township. — J. B. Hook- 
er, Wanchese; J. W. Ward. Manteo; 
J. W. Casey. Manteo; W. S. Davis, 
Wanchese; J. W. Evans. Manteo. 

Croatan Township. — C. W. Mann. 
Mann's Harbor; C. R. Fulcher, Mann's 
Harbor: B. G. O'Neal. Avon. 

Hatteras Township. — G. W. Farrow, 
Frisco. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Methodist— W. F. Morris. Mann's 
Harbor: .T. W. Whitson, Kitty Hawk; 
W. J. Hackney, Avon. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Wanchese Academy. — W. W. Sted- 
man, Wanchese. 

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. 
Williams, T. J.. Wanchese 
Midgett, M. S., Rodanthe. 
Burrus, E. E., Hatteras. 
Rollinson, W. H.. Hatteras. 
Stowe, A. J., Hatteras. 
Twiford, W. O., Nags Head. 
Meekins, D. L., Stumpy Point. 
Meekins, 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. 

O'Neal. Miss Maud, Hatteras. 
W lse, Mrs. Lillian, Hatteras. 
Gray, C. P., Buxton. 
Gray, Mrs. C. P., Buxton. 
Gaskins, Miss Leona, Hatteras. 
Williams, C. T. Jr., Avon. 
Barnes, B. Y\\, Avon. 
Midgett, Miss Lillie, Salvo. 
Dough, Miss Madelon, Skyco. 
Daniels, Miss Inez, Wanchese. 
Brockwell, Miss Virginia, Wan- 
chese. 

Davis, Miss Sarah, Wanchese. 
Eaker, Prof. V. C, Wanchese. 
Webb, Mis s John Etta, Skyco. 
Eason, Prof. F. M., Manteo. 
P.aum, Miss Sara, Manteo. 
Thompson, Miss Mary M., Manteo. 
Gray, Mrs. Maud, Manteo. 
Etheridge, Mrs. Arretta, Manteo. 
Hurdle, N. T., Nags Head. 
Godwin. C. T.. Mann's Harbor. 
Mann, E. W.. Mann's Harbor. 
Scarborough, Miss Sadie. Wanchese. 
Jones, Miss Annie, Manteo. 
Burruss. Miss Mary, Wanchese. 



MANTEO. 

Incorporated in 1899. 

Population, 1910, 1,000. 

No. white polls, 150. 

Value real estate, about $90,000; 
value personal property, about $40,- 
000. 

Tax Rate: 33 l-3c on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— S. E. Midgett. 

Chief of Police— T. R. Davenport. 

City Clerk— T. R. Creef. 

Treasurer— T. R. Creef. 

Tax Collector — T. R. Davenport. 

Postmaster — O. J. Jones. 

R. R. Agent— J. B. Griffin, Aerent 
for Eastern Carolina Transportation 
Company. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— J. D. Howell, Pastor. 
Methodist — A. W. Price, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Manteo Graded School — F. M. 
Eason, Principal. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Hotel Roanoke. 
Tranquel House. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Manteo — R. C. Evans, Pres- 
ident: R. Bruce Etheridge. Cashier. 



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BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Meekins, T. S., Co. 
Baum & Tarkington. 
Davis, C. W. 
Jennett, R. M. 

BOOK STORES. 
Meekins, T. S., Co. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Wise, E. S. 

CARRIAGE DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
Evans, James A. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Davenport, A. H. 
Meekins, T. S., Co. 
Baum & Tarkington. 
Midgett, U. S., & Co. 
Midgett, T. P. 
Midgett, F. P. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Gray, W. P. 

CHAMBER Or COMMERCE. 
Gates, Dr. F. P., President. 
CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Davis, C. W. 
Jennett, R. M. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
Meekins, T. S., Co. 
Baum & Tarkington. 



DOCTORS. 

Gates, F. P. 
Fearing, W. B. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Meekins, T. S., Co. 
Baum & Tarkington. 
Jennett. R. M. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Griffin, W. J., & Son. 

GROCERS. 
Meekins, T. S., Co. 
Baum & Tarkington. 
Midgett, J. H. 
Griffin, S. A. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Evans, Meekins & Griffin Co. 

LAWYERS. 
Crisp, B. G. 
Stringfleld, D. M. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 
Casey, J. W. 

PAINTERS. 
Brothers, W. J. 
Crisp, A. H. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Crisp, T. R., & Co. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Meekins, Theo. S. 
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: 600 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $4,417,496; value of personal property, $3,46S,625. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, $4,315,376 ; by negroes, $102,120. 

No. Schools: For whites, 94; for negroes, 18. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 21 2-3c. on the $100; special, 15c; for public 
roads, Lexington, Thomasville, Boone, Cotton Grove, and Silver Hill town- 
ships, 20c. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 500. Worked by taxation in Lexington, 
Boone, Cotton Grove, Silver Hill and Thomasville townships. Other town- 
ships worked under Old State law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Pleasant Grove Telephone Co., assessed value $ 195.00 

Muddy Creek Telephone Co., assessed value 136.00 

North State Telephone Co., assessed value 245.00 

Thomasville Light and Power Co., assessed value 2,000.00 

North Carolina Railroad, 24.80 miles, assessed value 1,723,533.64 

Piedmont Railway, 20.60 miles, assessed value 55,2S0.0O 

Winston-Salem Southbound Railway, 37.20 miles, assessed value 865.150.00 

Pullman Co., assessed value 4,811.20 

Thomasville Telephone Co., assessed value 1,730.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 4,516.70 

Southern Power Co., assessed value 32,873.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 37,332.06 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assesed value 4.542.00 

Lexington Telephone Co., assessed value 4,880.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 12,216.00 

Postal Telegraph Cable Co., assessed value 3,394. SO 

Midway Telephone Co., assessed value 752.00 

Orinoco Telephone Co.. assessed value 252.00 



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DAVIDSON COUNTY. 



Lee Telephone Co., assessed value 220.00 

Ritch Fork Telephone Co., assessed value 336.00 

Fairmont-Silver Hill Telephone Co., assessed value 423.00 

Superior Court Terms: February 26th ; April 22d (civil cases); August 
12th; November 11th (civil cases). 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— C. B. Godwin, 

Lexington. 

Sheriff — A. T. Delap, Lexington. 

Register of Deeds — G. W. Miller, 
Lexington. 

Treasurer — E. A. Rothrock, 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 — B. I. Har- 
rison. Denton ; H. S. Radcliff, Lexing- 
ton ; J. W. Lambeth, 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. 
Pinch, Lexington; W. F. Thomason, 
Lexington : R. L. McCrary, Lexington. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Arcadia Township — Alex. A. Craver, 
Enterprise; James P. Crouch, Enter- 
prise: G. A. Jones, Enterprise: Lewis 
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. Bailey, Linwood. R. F. 

D. No. 1; W. L. Snider. Jubilee; D. 
C. Sharpe. Linwood, R. F. D. No. 1; 
W. D. Simmerson, Jubilee; O. T. 
Davis. Linwood. 

Cotton Grove — O. L. Stoner. Lin- 
wood. R. F. D. No. 2; George TV. 
Smith, Linwood. R. F. D. No. 2: A. \V. 
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 — B. F Lanier, Cid : J. L. 
Thompson, Lilac; A. J. Beck. Cid; 

E. A. Moffitt. Denton ; Alex. Garner, 
Denton ; Hayes Harris, Denton ; J. L. 
Lanier, Denton. 

Healing: Springs — W. P. Kinney, 
Silver Hill. R. F. D. No. 1 : D. M. 



Feezor. Silver Hill, R. F. D. No. 1; 
M. L. Bean, Silver Hill, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Hampton — W. B. Hampton, Clem- 
mons, R .P. D. No. 2. 

Jackson Hill — R. M. Stokes, Jack- 
son Hill ; George I. J. Elliott. Jackson 
Hill: J. B. Glover, Jackson Hill; J. C. 

C. Skeen, Jackson Hill; C. H. Surratts, 
Jackson Hill. 

Lexington — John H. Moyer, Lexing- 
ton ; James Adderton, Lexington; 
George F. Morelield, Lexington ; J. F. 
Hedrick, 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. 
Swicegood, 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. Rothrock. 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. 

Elliott. W. P.. Linwood. 

Lurly, J. M.. Crescent. 

SCHOOLS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Wallburg — Kader C. Curtis, Princi- 
pal. 

Yadkin College— M. F. Phillips, 
Lexington. 

Churehland — Prof. Hasty. Principal. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Andersou, 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. 



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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. 

Hipler, D. H., Hannersville. 

Lomax, M. R., Jubilee. 

Morris. J. W., Handy. 

Craver & Zimmerman, Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 1. , 

COTTON GINS. 

Earnhardt, J. W., Lexington. 

Byerly Bros., Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Fitzgerald, J. W., Linwood. 

Becker, C. L., & Co., Lexington, R. 
If. D. No. 3. 

Thompson, G. M., Co., Linwood, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Grimes Bros., Lexington. 

Arcadia Mills, Arcadia. 

Model Mills, Lexington. 

Younts, Frank, Lexington, R. F. D. 

Miles, C. Denton, Denton. 
SAW MILLS. 

Snider Lumber Co., Denton. 

Michael, Fritts & Co. 

Hepler & Miller. 

Walser & Walser. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

-Yonts, Stella, Kernersville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Long, Mittie, High Point, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Clinard, G. W., Walburg. 
Briggs, Oriana M., Kernersville. R. 
P. D. No. 1. 
Lefler, Lena, Newsom. 
Carroll, Nora, Versailles. 
Barnes, Edna. Enterprise. 

Raper. Endora, Lexingtoa, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Earnhardt, J. O., Lexington. R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Fitzgerald, J. L.. Linwood. 

Myers. Mamie, Linwood. 

Harrell, J. B., Linwood. 

Young, Philip, Jubilee. 

Keller, Erastus, Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Yokley, C. M., Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Ridge, R. B., Light. 

Evans, N. L., Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 
Monsees, Florence, Linwood. 
Williams, Garnette, Linwood. 

Feezor, D. M., Linwood, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 
Dimmette, C. L.. Denton. 
Johnson, H. L., Cid. 



: Adams, Bettie, Hanersville. 

Ruftv, Lizzie, Silver Hill, R. F. D. 
I No. 1. 

Smith, S. J. Silver Hill. 

Sufratt, W. B., Jackson Hill. 

Frazier, C. C, Handy. 

Hanner. Beulah, Lexington. 

Turner, Lina B., Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Yarboro, Margie. Lexington. 

Leonard, Amanda, Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Biesecker, Robt., Welcome. 
Nifong, L. G., Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 
Newsome, L. A., Lexington. 

Zimmerman, Dora, Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Whicker, P. E., Winston-Salem, R. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Koonts, Addie, Winston-Salem, R. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Miller, Samuel, Winston-Salem, R. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Evans, Pearl, Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Thomason, Sallie, Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 6. 

Daniel, Lantie, Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Owen, Carrie, Lexington. R. F. D. 
No. 6. 

Weston, Lacy, Thomasville. R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Lohr, Chestie, Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Orrender. Mrs. S. H.. Thomasville. 

Hunt, Nannie, Thomasville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Sowers, J. P., Thomasville, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 
Yow, Bessie, Thomasville. 

Miller, F. S.. Thomasville. 
Gochenour, Zula. Lexington. R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Grubb, Nannie, Linwood, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Leonard. Jas. C, Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Williams, Jane, Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Leonard, Arthur. Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Mesic, Janie. Yadkin College. 
Neal, Cora, High Point, No. 2. 
Nicholson. Mrs. Harry G., Winston- 
Salem, R. F. D. No. 5. 

Mason, Gertrude. Walburg. 
Haywortli. Lillian, Kernersville. R. 
F. D. No. 1. 
Register, Flora K.. Enterprise. 
Craver. Minnie. Enterprise. 
Weisner. R. F., Winston-Salem, R. 



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F. 1>. No. 4. 

Pfaff, Mamie, Lexington, R. F. D. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Crews, Elizabeth, Jubilee, K. F. D. 
No. 1. 
Hasty, S. G., Linwood. 

Kick.trd, Grace, Linwood. 

Tucker. Harry, Jubilee. 

Keller, Kate, Lexington, It. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Latham. Martha, Thomasville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Wellborn, Willis, Thomasville, . R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Rogers, Mrs J. C, Lexington, R. 
F. D. No. 6. 

Williams. M. M., Linwood. 

Essie, Maude, Linwood, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Lanier. Bernice, Cid. 

Harris. Troy. Denton. 

McCracken, Ida L., Cid. 

Woosley, T. E., Clemmons, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Glance, Julia. Silver Hill. 

Carrick, J. A., Silver Hill. 

Loftin, M. L., Riley's Store. 

Harris. R. C, Lexington. 

Leonard. H. L.. Lexington. 

Jones, Mamie, Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Critz. Mary, Lexinaton. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Settle, Ada. Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Hiuckle. H. G.. Welcome. 

Shoaf. Harvy, Lexington. 

Yokley, R. L.. Lexington, R. F. D 
No. 1. 

Rothrock, C. W., Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Motsinger, Lula, Winston-Salein, 
R. F. D.^No. 5. 

McRary, Esther, Winston-Salem, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Craver, S. L., Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

McCracken, Estelle, Silver Hill. 

Craver, Mav. Lexington, R. U\ D. 
No. 2. 

Reck, Robt. L., Lexington, R. T\ D. 
No. 6. 

Regan. Fannie. Lexington, R. F. 
D. No. 6. 

Carter, Belle, Thomasville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Yokley, J. H.. Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Bowers. J. W., Thomasville, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Davis, Floy. Thomasville. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Darr. Bess'e. Thomasville. 

Broadwav. J. F., Thomasville, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Sink, J. Carl. Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 



( Thompson, Mary, Lexington, R. I 1 . 
D. No. 5. 

Clodfelter, Daisy, Linwood, R. 1\ 
D. No. 1. 

Salmons, Ella, Lexington, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Ellis. Elizabeth. Lexington. R. F. 
D. No. 3 1-2. 

Thomason, Hattie, Linwood. 



LEXINGTOX, 

Population, 1910: 6,054. No. white 
polls, 500; No. colored polls, 100. 

Value real estate, $790,000; value 
personal property, $48S,011. 

Tax Rate, $1.30. 

Bonded debt, $10S,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — John H. Moyer. 

Chief of Police— J. W. Davis. 

Treasurer — J. T. Hedrick. 

Tax Collector — Earl Holmes. 

Standard-Keeper — Chas. E. Weaver. 

City Attorney — E. E. Raper. 

City Snpt. of Health— D. J. Hill. 

Postmaster — D. F. Conrad. 

R. R. Aarent — 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 — J. T. Jenkins, Pastor. 

Episcopal — J. C. Davis, Rector. 

Luthern — V. Y. Booser, Pastor. 

Methodist— A. W. Plyler. Pastor. 

Presbyterian — W. T. Thompson, 
Pastor. 

Reformed — J. C. Leonard, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — H. L. Pow- 
ell. Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Lexington Graded School — Prof. 
Jarrett, Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

New March. 

Central. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Tussey, J. W. 

Harbin, W. Lee. 

Smith, Griff 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Lexington — G. W T . Mont- 
castle. President; W. H. Mendenhail, 
Cashier. 

First National Bank of Lexington 
— Dermot Shemwell, President ; J. E. 
Foy, Cashier. 

Commercial & Savings Bank — J. W. 
McCrary. President; J. T. Deadrick, 
Cashier; J. Adderton, Assistant 
Cashier. 

BAKERS. 

Lexinuton Bakery. 



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BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Lexington Brick Co. 
North State Brick Co. 
Harbin, W. Lee. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 
Everhart, G. W. 
Hammer, J. H. 
Everhart Bros. 
Evans Bros. 
Clodfelter D. 
Young, Chas. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 
Lexington Buggy & Harness Co. 

CLUBS. 
Iroquois. 
Elks. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Lexington Produce Co. 
COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
Dacotah. 

Winuonah, No. 1. 
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. 
Tucker, Otis. 
Holmes Coal Co. 
Crowell. 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. 
Terry. J. R. 

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. 
Owen & Burkhead. 
Grimes Bros. 



FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Clodfelter. Dupree. 
Hamner, Joseph. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON AVORKS. 

Thompson's Sons, C. M. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Davidson Furniture Co. 
Lexington H. F. G. Co. 
Home Furniture Co. 
McCrary, J. W. 

GROCERS. 
Lexington Grocery Co. (Wholesale.) 
Messick, A. F., Gro. Co. (Wholesale). 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Lexington Hardware Co. 
Davidson Hardware Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Montcastle & Meudenhall. 
Shemwell & Foy. 
E. B. Craven. 
Radcliffe, 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. Jno. C. 
Spruill, Frank 
Critcher, P. V. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 
Thompson's Sons, C. M. 

MARBLE WORKS. 
Hege, H. J. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 

McCrary, R. L. 
Crouse,- Geo. W. 

PAINTERS. 
McCrary, Frank. 
Smith, J. W. 
Walker, W. A. 

PRODUCE. 
Miller, R. B. 

PLUMBERS. 
Home Plumbing Co. 
Sheets, T. M., & Co. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Dunwick & Son. 

NEWSFAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Dispatch (Weekly) — H. B. Varner, 
Editor. 

Southern Good Roads (Monthly) — 
H. B. Varner, Editor. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Finch, S. W. 

Shemwell, Dermott. 

Walser, J. G., Land Co. 

Hub Land Co. 

Park Land Co. 



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SH1XCLE DEALERS. 
Ward, E. M. 
Thompson, C. M. 

TAILORS. 

Bender, E. M. 
Spanola, F. 
Upchurch, R. C. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

McCrary, J. W. 
Davidson Furniture Co. 
Lexington House Furnishing Co. 
WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

McCrary, Frank. 

MAN U 1-ACTl'RIXG PLANTS. 

Elk Furniture Co. (Chamber Suits.) 

Dixie Furniture Co. (.Chamber 
Suits). 

Lexington Upholstering Co., (Uphol- 
stering Goods). 

Peacock Couch Furniture Co. 
(Couches i. 

Rothrock & Weaver (Wagons). 

Lexington Chair Co. 



THOMASVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1S55. 

Population, 1910. 3,827. 

Value of real estate and personal 
property. S1.12S,0S0. 

Tax Rate: $1.50 on the S100; poll, 
$2.00. 

Bonded indebtedness, $85,000. 

TOWN OEFICERS. 

Mayor — .T. C. Green. 

Chief of Police — J. R. May. 

City Clerk — A. H. Ragan. 

Postmastei — C. M. Hoover. 

Treasurer — F. E. Leyman. 

R. R. Agents— C. C. Pritchard, South- 
ern Railway. 

Telegraph Managers — E. F. Phipps. 
Western Union ; C. D. Mendenhall, 
Postal-Cable Telegraph Co. 

Manager Telephone — J. F. Hayden. 
Thomasville Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— R. M. Courtney, P. E. 
Parker. Pastors. 

Baptist — G. A. Martin, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — Edward Suits. 
Pastor. 

Reformed Church — Clarence Woods, 
Pastor. 

Presbyterian — To be supplied. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Thomasville Graded School — J. N. 
Hauss, Principal. 

Thomasville Baptist Orphanage. 

President Board of Trustees — F. F. 
Hobgood. 

Secretary Board of Trustees — Thos. 
Carrick. 

General Manager — M. L. Kestler. 

Treasurer — S. H. Averitt. 

Lady Manager — Miss Eulalia Turner. 

Priucipal of School — Miss Annie Ed- 
wards. 

Matrons and Teachers, 27. 



Number of Children now in Orphan- 
age, 412. 

-Mannger Shoe Department — Samuel 
Thompson. 

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— J. L. Arm- 
field, President: Zeb Griffith, Cashier. 

The First National Bank — C. F. 
Lambeth, President; A. H. Ragan, 
Cashier. 

BARBERS. 

Hooks. C. C. 

Hiil. L. W. 

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. 

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. 

> treen, J. C. 

FERTILIZER DEALERS. 

Harris, T. F., & Son. 

Elliott. L. W. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Morris. J. M., & Son. 

Elliott, L. W. 

Moore, Bros. 

Stone Co. 

Prevo, J .W. 

Myers-Green Furniture Co. 

Star Furniture Co. 

Fife. Miss E. C. 

Kinnev, J. C & Co. 

Harris. T. F., & Son. 

The People's Mercantile Co. 
. Sugar Bros. 

Gates & Boggs. 

Moffitt, E. A. 

Clark, L. R. 

Man cum. Miss R. L. 



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GROCERS. 

Jolmson, 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. 

Long, D. A. 

Gassin, K., & Bro. 

Farres, N. 

Barton, George 

V.'iliams & Workman. 

White, I. T. 

Uneda Cafe. 

CLUBS. 

Thomasrille Shooting Club. 

Cedar Lodge. 

Davidson County Shooting Club. 

Rich Fork Shooting Club. 

Stonewall Club. 

CLOTHIERS AXD MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Burgin Company. 

HARDWARE. 

Crutchtield Hardware Co. 

Thomasville Hardware Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Mock Hotel. 

Thomasville Hotel. 

Wyche, Mrs. J. E. 

Thomnson, Mrs. G. A. 

Moffitt, Mrs. D. C. 

Kanor. S. L. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Peoples B. & L. Association. 
LAWYERS. 

Martin, L. A. 

Parbam. B. W. 

McRae. Donnell E. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Fousts, A. A. 

Roggs. A. L. 

Lambeth, D. T. 

Taylor, J. D. 

Wagner, B. B. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

The Davidsonian ("Weekly) — David- 
son ! an Publishing Co., Proprietors. 

Charity and Children (Weekly) — 
A. Johnson, Ed : tor. 

The Times (Weekly)— J. F. West- 
moreland. Editor. 

PLUMBERS. 

Rapp, Henry. 

Thomasville Hardware Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Armfield & Myers. 

Citizens Insurance & Realty Co. 

Mutual Benefit Ins. Co. 

Southern Life Ins. Co. 

Cofhrane, G. T. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Green, J. C. 

Myers-Green Furnishing Co. 
WOOD AND COAL DEALERS. 

Bishon, M. E.. & Son. 



Turner, Curtiss. 
Rothrock, M. P.. 
Boyles. J. W. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Standard Chair Co. 

Thomasville Chair Co. 

Thomasville Spoke Works. 

Amazon Cotton Mills. 

Bard Lumber Manufacturing Co. 

Lee Mumifacturing Co. 

Thomasville Furniture Co. 

Thomasville Veneer-Pannel Co. 

Queen Chair Co. 

Lambeth Furniture Co. 

Cramer Furniture Co.. 1, 2, and 3. 

Jewell Cotton Mills. 

Catus Shoe & Bicycle Shop. 

Everhart Machine Co. 

Thomasville Bottling Co. 

Johnson Manufacturing Co. 

Thoruasville Light & Power Co. 

Thomasville Roller Mill. 

Thomasville Brick Works. 

Glenn Anna Milling Co. 

Gray Concrete Works. 

Denton Lumber Co. 

Hughes & Peace Lumber Co. 



YADKIN COIiliEGE. 

Incorporated in 1863. 
Population, 1910: 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 

COUNTY SEAT, UO(KSVILLE. 

Population: (Census 1910), 13,394. 

Formed In is:;7. Named in honor of Gen. Wm. R. Davie. 

Area: 264 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $2,12-5,291; value of personal property, $1,570.0S2. 

Propertv listed in 1911. by whites, $3,606,005; by negroes, $89,368. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 39; for negroes, 11. 

Tax Kate: County purposes, 13 2-3c. on the $100; poor, 4e. ; 38c. on the 
poll; roads and bridges, 6c.; special, 8 l-3c. 

County bonded debt, $26,000, 

Public Roads: No. miles, 200. Worked on the old system. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH & EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Rural Telephone Co., assessed value $ 560.00 

Cooleemee Telephone Co., assessed v alue 600.00 

North Carolina Midland Railroad. 17.68 miles, assessed value 362,437.35 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 1,540.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 3.219.96 

Mocksville Telephone Co., assessed v alue 500.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 1,404.10 

Superior Court Terms : April 1st ; September 30th. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— A. T. Grant, 
Mocksville. 

Sheriff — Jno. H. Sprinkle, Mocks- 
ville. 

Register of Deeds — J. F. Moore, 
Mocksville. 

Sheets, Advance, 



Foster, Mocksville. 
James, Calahaln, 



Treasurer — T. C. 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Coroner — W. D. 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Surveyor — M. C. 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Co. Supt. of Health— J. W. Rod- 
well. M.D., Mocksville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— E. P. Bradley. 
Mocksville. 

Supt, of County Home — H. C. Jones, 
Mocksville, R. F. D. No. 5. 

Co. Board of Education — T B. 
Bailev (chrm.). A. W. Ellis, Farmins- 
ton: S. A. Woodruff, Mocksville. R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

County Commissioners — C. G. Bailey. 
(chrm.).; J. M. Cain, B. F. Stonestreet. 
Mocksville. 

County Board of Elections — Jacob 
Stewart. Chairman ; J. G. Peebles, T. 
N. Chnffin, Mocksville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Mocksville Township — E. E. Hunt, 
Mocksville: J. H. Coley. Mocksville; 
-T. E. Jones, Mocksville; J. H. Cain. 
Mocksville. 

Clarksville — T. M. Smith. Calahaln ; 
H. C. Hunter. Cana, R. F. D. No. 1; 
R. G. Dyson. Calahaln, W. S. Belk, 
Calahaln. 

.Terusalem — C. D. Lefer. Cooleemee; 
John M. Blount, Cooleemee; J. 
H. Butler. Mocksville. R. F. D. No. 4; 
O. L. Casey. Mocksville; J. W. Zaeh- 
arv. Cooleemee: P. S Stewart. Mocks- 
vil'le. R. F. D. No. 4: W. K. Clement. 
Mocksville. 

Shady Grove— Thos. T. Watkins, 
Advance: H. T. Smithdeal. Advance; 



F. M. Williams, Bixby: C. B. Carter, 
Advance. R. F. D. No. 2; A. C. Wood. 
Advance. R. F. D. No. 2. 

Calahaln — J. W. Felker. Mocksville, 
R. F. D. No. 5; W. D. Hunter. Cana, 
R. F. D. No. 1; L. B. Walker, Mocks- 
ville. R. F. D. No. 5; N. S. Gaither, 
Calahaln. R. F. D. No. 1; T. M. An- 
derson, 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; Thos. 
Yanzant, Mocksville, R, F. D. No. 3; 
Geo. T. Tucker, Advance. R. F. D. No. 
2; W. F. Merrell, Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Farming-ton — R. D. Griffin. Farm- 
ington; D. F. Fayton, Advance, R. 
F. D. No. 1 : T. L. Summers. Ad- 
vance. R. F. D. No. 1; E. C. Smith, 
Farminsrton ; D. F. Tavlor. Advance, 
R. F. D. No. 1 ; M. J. Hendrix, 
Farmington. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Baptist — Davis, W. R.. Cooleemee. 

Methodist — W. Y. Scales, Cooleemee. 

Christian — M. A. Foster, 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 — C. H. Utley. Principal. 

Fork Church— W. L. Merrell, Prin- 
cipal. 

Cana— L. S. Shomack. Principal, 
Cana. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Bveiiv. Baxter, Cooleemee. 

Martin. J. F., Advance. R. F. D 
No. 2. 

Watkins, Thos. T., Advance. 

Evans, G. T., Cooleemee. 

Spease, W. P.. Farmington. 

Griffith, Mr.. Farmington. 

Cain. J. M.. Calahaln. 



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207 



MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Cook, G. Z., Yadkin Valley. 
Walls, O. C, Co., Cooleemee. 

Young, C. C, Cooleemee. 

Green, W. S., Cooleemee. 

Swink & Dedman, Cooleemee. 

Ledford Company, Cooleemee. 

Dwiggins, A. A., Mocksville. 

Tomlinson, Mrs., Calahaln. 

Lowery, D. L., Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Koonee & Foster. Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

(ireen, Sanford, Mocksville. 

Harris, H. W., & Co., Mocksville, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Foster & McCulloh, Mocksville, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

James, Thos., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Davis & Son, Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Hyde & 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. L., Mocksville. 

Graham, G. H., Farmington. 

James, W. F., Farmington. 

Baton, Daniel, Pino. 

Foote, W. H., Cana. 

McClamroch, Rufus, Cana. 

Collette, Bros., Cana. 

Smith, T. M., Calahaln, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Kurfees, J. Lee, Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Hunter, H. C. Cana, R. F. D. No. 1. 
Steelman, B. R., Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Foster, S. T., & Co., Mocksville, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

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. 

Green, J. P., & Co., Mocksville. 

Daniel, Jonas, Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Hendrix, T. J., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Lefler & Wall, Cooleemee. 

Lefler & Foster, Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 



Wall O. C. Co., Cooleemee. 
Erwin Cotton Mills, Cooleemee. 
FLOIB, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Cooleemee, Horn-Johnson Co., 
Mocksville. 

Bailey & Bailey, Advance. 

Davis Bros., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Bool, Jas., Cana. 

Ellis, A. W. Farmington. 

Crotts, J. M., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
i No. 3. 
i Green, J. P., & Co., Mocksville. 

Stroud, Jas., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Ketchie, W. R., & Son., Mocksville, 
R. F. D. No. 5. 

SAW MILES. 

Ellis, A. W., Farmington. 

Peebles, T. M., Cana. 

Hunter, H. C, Cana, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Craven, C. C, Mocksville. 

Ketchie, W. R., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Tutterow, H. F., Mocksville. 

Lefler & Foster, Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Davis & Sons, Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Seaford Bros., Mocksville. 

Sparkes, J. L., Mocksville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Everhardt & Co., Mocksville. 

Hendrix, T. J., Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Foster. M. A.. Mocksville. R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Whitaker, T. P., Calahaln. 

Dyson & Anderson. Calahaln. 

Wood, A. C., Advance. 

Pass, M. D., Mocksville. 

Dwiggins & Barneycastle. Mocks- 
ville. 

Dwiggins. J. W., Mocksville. 

Smith, Charles, Pino. 

Bowden, H. F., Advance. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Hobson, W. H., Mocksville, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Hall, T. J., Mocksville. R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Kimmer. Chas., Mocksville. 

Peoples, T. M.. Mocksville. 
PUBEIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Jones, Virgil, Advance, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Henley, W. P., Farmington. 

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. 

Tatum, 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. 



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Brown. Miss Clayton, Mocksville, It. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Haues, Miss Blanche, Mocksville, R. 
F. I). No. 1. 

Abernatby, 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. 

Abernathy. Miss Frances, Center. 

Womack. 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, Beauchamps. 

Allen, O. G., Sheeks. 

James, Virgil. Bethlehem. 

Bowden, J. M.. Yadkin Valley. 

Bowden, Frank. Jamestown. 

Henley, W. P. Farmington. 

Helms. Miss Eunice, Farmington. 

Abernathv, Miss Dora. Farmington. 

Latham, S. R., Pino. 

(Granger, Miss Alma, Rocky Dale. 

Hendrix, D. P., Smithfield. 

Mason, W. D.. Hairstons. 

Crouse. Miss Delia, Peebles. 

Merreli. V. 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, Dr.lins. 



MOCKSVIULE. 

Population, 1910: 1,200. No. white 
polls. 224 : No. colored polls. 20. 

Value real estato. $237,992; value 
personal property, $229,887. 

Tax Rate: 75c. on the $100; $2.25 
on the poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — E. E. Hunt. 



Chief of Police— W. C. P. Etchison. 

City Clerk— F. M. Johnson. 

Treasurer — F. M. Johnson. 

Tax Collectoi — W. C. P. Etchison. 

City Attorney— T. B. Bailey. 

City Supt. of Health— Dr. J. W. 
Rodwell. 

Postmaster — B. O. Morris. 

R. R. Agent — G. A. Allison, South- 
ern Railway. 

Express Agent — G. A. Allison, South- 
ern Express Co. 

Telegraph Manager— G. A. Allison. 

Telephone Manager — L. G. Horn, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — Walter E. Willson, Pastor. 

Episcopal — S. J. M. Brown, Rector. 

Methodist — R. E. Atkinson and A. 
J. Burrus, Pastors. 

Presbyterian — E. P. Bradley, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Mocksville Graded School— H. F. 
Pardue, Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Swicegood Hotel. 

Holman. Mrs. Kate. 

Blackwood, Mrs. W. S. 

Drummers' Home. 

Myers, C. C. 

Comential Hotel. 

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. 

Baity, J. T. 

Clement, J. L. 

Bailey & Martin. 

Green, J. T. 

Walker Bros. 

Call. W. L. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Willson, R. L. 

Cain. Bovce. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS & M'F'G'R'S. 

Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 

"confectionery dealers. 

Hunt. E. E.. Jr. 
Meronev, P. L. 
Rollins. R. H. 
Whitly & Byerly. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Cobble, John. 
Mickev. W. S. 
Graves, W. H. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Horne-Johnston Co. 
Sanford Sons Co. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Sanford. C. C. Sons & Co. 
Baity, J. T. 
Clement. J. L. 
Bailev & Martin. 
Angell, Tildon. 
Walker Bros. 



DAVIE— DUPLIN. 



209 



DENTISTS. 

Anderson, R. P. 
Taylor, A. Z. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Mocksville Drug Co. 

DOCTORS. 
Pepper, J. R. 
Rodwell, J. W. 
Mfirtin, W. 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. 
Hunt, E. E., Jr. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 
Green. J. P- 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 
Mocksville Furniture Co. 
Mocksville Chair Co. 

GROCERS. 
Mocksville Wholesale Grocery Co. 
Hint. Jr., E. E. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Hunt, E. E. 
Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Chaffln, T. N. (Fire). 
McGlamory, A. M. (Fire and Lifet. 

LAWYERS. 
Gaither, E. L. 
Bailey, T. B. 
Stewart, Jacob. 
Grant, A. T., Jr. 
Chaffln, T. N. 

LUMBER M'F'R'S & 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. 

JEWELERS. 
Smith, B. I. 
Smith, J. H. 



PRODUCE DEALERS. 

Whitley & Byerly. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Fraley, R. E. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Davie Record (Weekly) — C. F. 
Stroud, Editor. 

Mocksville Herald (Weekly)— E. D. 
Williams, 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, 1910: White, 250; col- 
ored. 50; total, 300. 

Value real estate, $60,000; value 
personal property, $60,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— J. T. 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 Hendrix, 
Principal. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Wood & Mock. 

Jones, J. W. 

Advance Mercantile Co. 

Carter & Ratledge. 

White, W. C. 

Bailey <fc Bailey. 

Smithdeal, H. T. 

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, $3,647,328; value personal property, $2,087,749. 
Property listed in 1911, by whiles, $5,356.597 ; by negroes, $378,480. 
No. of Schools: For whites, 76; for negroes. 41. 
Tax Rate: County purposes and poor, 21 2-3c. on the $100. 
Public Roads: No. miles, 900. Worked by Old State Law. 
RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 
Wallace Telephone Co., assessed value $ 1.42 2.00 



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Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 36.96 miles, assessed 

Pullman Co., assessed value 

Duplin Light and Power Co., assessed value 

Consolidated Telephone Co., assessed value 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Teachey's Dell Telephone Co., assessed value . 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value. 

Hallsville Telephone Co., assessed value 

Rose Hill Telephone Co., assessed value 

Armour Car Lines Co., assessed value ••■•••• ••; 

Superior Court Terms: February 19th ; July 1st 
26th (civil) : November ISth. 



value 1,258,415.66 

6,588.24 



(criminal) 



400.00 

214.00 

6,731.35 

14,505.83 

750.00 
5,667.00 

450.00 
2.500.00 
9,166.00 
August 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— D. H. Wallace, 
Kenansville. 

Sheriff — G. 6. 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— M. H. Wooten. 
Magnolia. 

'Supt. County Home— A. C. Strick- 
land, Kenansville. 

Co. Board of Education — W. R. 
Newbury (chrm.), Magnolia; M. F. 
Westbrook. Leon; A. L. McOowen. 
Wallace. 

County Commissioners — D. J. Wil- 
liams, Wallace; W. J. Grady, Albert- 
son ; Robert James, Chinquapin. 

County Board of Elections — D. S. 
Hines, (chrm.). Kenansville; T. J. 
Kelly, Kenansville: Mord Taylor, 
Magnolia. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
Warsaw Township — W. R. Black- 
more, Warsaw; J. H. Fonvielle, War- 
saw; L. Middleton, Warsaw. 

Faison — Thomas Perrett, Faison ; W, 
J. Oates, Faison ; E. F. Hicks, Ca- 
lypso; S. A. Bowden, Calypso; J. L. 
Dickson, Calypso ; J. C. Pridgen, War- 
saw. 

Wolf scrape — Lawton Outlaw, Mt. 
Olive; Kirby Dail, Mt. Olive; Henry 
Roberts. Mt. Olive. 

Glisson — P. L. Kornegay, Kenans- 
ville; J. W. Waters, Mt. Olive; J. D. 
Kornegay. Alvin ; R. D. Kornegay, 
Kenansville. 

'Smiths— E. B. Bishop. Hallsville; 
Lonnie Smith, Leon ; A. A. Quinn, 
Kenansville. 

Albertson — 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; 
O. J. Hunter, Chinquapin; R. N. Cole. 
Chinquapin. 

Island Creek— James D. Teachey, 
Teacheys; W. S. Teachey, Wallace; 
D. E. Boney, Wallace. 

Kockfish— 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, 



Carlton, Magnolia; 
Magnolia ; L. F. 



Williams, Ken- 
Kenansville; G. 



Rose Hill. 

Magnolia — M. J 
George Edwards, 
Byrd, Magnolia. 

Kenansville — A. F. 
ansville; Henry Dail, 
W. Carroll, Magnolia. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Earlv, B. G., Beulaville. 
Ezze'll, C. W., Wallace. 
Wallace, T. F., Alvin. 
Jones, G. W., Kenansville. 
Jones. J., Kenansville. 

Kennedy, G. W., Cabin. 

Kennedy, R. C, Cabin. 

Whaley, H. J.. Cabin. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Landin, J. F., Chinquapin. 

Kennedy, G. W.. Beulaville. 

Maxwell, J. F., Resaca. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Parker, G. B. D., Chinquapin. 

Hussey, C. E., Chinquapin. 

Teachey, C. C, & Son, Rose Hill 

Cameron, D. A., Calypso. 

Albritton Bros., Calypso. 

Grady, J. McR., Albertson. 

Kennedy, W. J., Cabin. , 

Bishop, I. T., Branches Store. 

Scott, O. W., Hallsville. 

Middleton. S. O.. Hallsville. 

Carr, R. D.. Magnolia. 

James, O. H.. & Co.. Sloan. 

Maready. J. B.. Chinquapin. 

Pierce, T. B., Warsaw. 

Jovner, Mr., Mt. Olive. 

Sholar, S. J. L., Sloan. 

Register. J. L., Rose Hill. 

Roland Lumber Co., Bowden. 

Brown. W. R., Sloan. 



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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. Oiive. 
Bland, C. W., Faison. 
Parker, G. B. D., Chinquapin. 
Quinn, O. W., Beulaville. 
Ferrell, S. D., Kenansville. 
Williams, J. C. Rose Hill. 
Sandlin, I. J., Beulaville. 
earner, Daniel. Mt. Olive. 
Waller. S. M., Branches Store. 
Gradv, J. McR., Albertson. 
Rackley, A. C. Rose Hill. 

SAW MILLS. 
D. B. Dunn, Kenansville. 
A. J. Baker, Leon. 
D. P. Blizzard, Hallsville. 
Sandlin, L. W., Beulaville. 
Williams, Ashley, Beaulaville. 
James, 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. .T., Kenansville. 
Bryan, J. K., Kenansville. 
Ferrell & Murray, Kenansville. 
Hall, L. F. Warsaw. 
Pierce, T. B., Warsaw. 
Pierce, J. H., Warsaw'. 
Roland Lumber Co.,Bowden. 
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 mil. 
Teachev, C. C, Rose Hill 
Carr, E. McN., Rose Hill. 
Murphy, D. S.. Rose Hill. 
Boney Bros., Wallace. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Hanchey. Miss Lucy. Wallace. 
Batts, Miss Brunie. Wallace. 
Hunter, Miss Bettie. Beulaville. 
Bishop. Miss Lacy. Beulaville. 
Hunter, Miss Annie, Warsaw. 
Wilson, Miss Annie. Mount Olive. 
Johnson, Miss Maud. Rose Hill. 
Johnson, Miss Irene, Rose Hill. 
Farrior, N.. Rose Hill. 
Brown, Miss Deanie, Magnolia. 
Rhew. Miss Minnie. Magnolia. 



Rackly, Miss Lillian, Magnolia. 

Quinn, Miss Gertrude, Chinquapin. 

Wallace, Miss Gattie, Aivm. 

Quinn, Miss Floy, Kenansville. 

Wells, Miss Hattie C, Kenansville. 

Stanford, W. C, Kenansville. 

Kornegay, Miss Kate, Kenansville. 

Chambers, Miss Nell, Kenansville. 

Goode, Mrs. N. L., Faison. 

Anders, Miss Mildred, Faison. 

Taylor, Miss Bettie, Faison. 

Taylor, Miss Norma, Magnolia. 

McDairmid, H. H., Rose Hill. 

Williams, Miss Ada, Rose Hill. 

Brinson, Mrs. Florence, Kenans- 
ville. 

Maxwell, Miss Jennie. Albertson. 

Raynoy, Miss Lethia, Maple Hill. 

Taylor, Miss Nannie L., Mount 
Olive. 

Kornegay, Miss Ruth, Kenansville. 

Kornegay, Miss Bessie, Kenansville. 

Williams, Miss Nadino, Kenansville. 

Shackelford, Arthur, Kenansville. 

Snipes, Miss. Elizabeth, Beulaville. 

Boone, Miss Lura M., Rose Hill. 

Moore, Miss Daisy, Rose Hill. 

Parker, Miss Mary T., Warsaw. 

Gotlaw, Miss Emma, Mount Olive. 

Canenaugh, Miss Mollie, Wallace. 

Gooding, Miss Mary S., Leon. 

Savage, Miss Eva. Wallace. 

Savage, Miss N. T., Wallace. 

Westbrook, Miss Lillian, Alviu. 

Blachard, Ward, Sloan. 

Fussell, Miss Sallie, Teachey. 

Cox, Miss Bettie, Warsaw. 

Hawkins, O. E., Mount Olive. 

Williams, Miss Lucy, Rose Hill. 

Blanchard, L. T., Rose Hill. 

Kennedy, H. L., Beulaville. 

Kennedy, H. T., Beulaville. 

Blizzard, John. Deep Run. 

Hollingsworth, Mis s Hattie, Faison. 

Butts, Miss Lucy. Mount Olive. 

Williams, Miss Minnie, Kenansville. 

Williams, Miss Ada, Kenansville. 

Sheffield, Miss Genie. Magnolia. 

Edwards, Miss Maggie. Magnolia. 

Herring. Miss Clyde, Magnolia. 

Herring, Miss Vera, Magnolia. 

Carlton, Miss Emma, Warsaw. 

Raynor, Miss Beatrice, Warsaw. 

Tart, Prof., Warsaw. 

Chitty, Miss Gertrude. Warsaw. 

Cooper, Miss D. L., Kenansville. 

Cooper, Miss Ella. Kenansville. 

Hacklv. Miss Mary, Warsaw. 

Dowd, Prof.. Wallace. 

Smith, Miss May, Leon. 

Clement, Miss Anna, Wallace. 

Powers, Miss Fannie, Faison. 

Dowd, Mrs. W. C, Wallace. 

Ferrill, Miss Kate. Rose Hill. 

Ferrill, Miss Sallie, Kenansville. 

Carrol, Miss Sallie, Kenansville. 

Carr. Miss Alice. Beulaville. 

Diddleton, Miss Lillian, Rose Hill. 
Shaw. P. E.. Teacuey. 



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Cole, H. S.. Magnolia. 
Farabow, Miss Morada, Magnolia. 
Farabow, Miss Anabol. Magnolia. 
Wooten, M. II.. Magnolia. 
Page. Miss Katie, Teachey. 
Grady, Miss Celia. Kesaca. 
Newton, Miss Callie, Hose Hill. 
Burnha'rn, Miss Daisy. Rose Hill. 
Dobson, Miss Hattie. Rose Hill. 



KENANSVILoLE. 

Incorporated in 1S99. 
Population. 1910: white. 200; col- 
ored. 70: total, 270. 

Value of real estate. K44.463 ; value 
personal property, $68,601. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — H. D. Williams. 
Postmaster — Thad. Jones. 
Chief of Police — E. .T. Southerland. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist — J. M. Lowder, Pastor. 
Presbyterian — J. B. L. Winecoff, 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
James Sprunt Institute (Presby- 
terian Female College) — J. E. L. Wine- 
coff. President. 

DOCTORS. 
Coppedge, T. O. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Coppedge, T. O. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Wallace, B. 
Cooper, W. B. 
Southerland, C. J. 
Southerland. Lawrence. 
LAWYERS. 
Beaslev, L. A. 
Williams. H. D. 
Jones, Thad. 
Gavin, John A.. Jr. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Bowden, Mrs. B. C. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Hinson, J. F. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Eastern Carolina News — H. D. Wil- 
liams and L. A. Beasley, Editors. 



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. 

Newbury Supply Co. 

Scott. F. D., & Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Mathis House. 

Southerland House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

R. Mathis. 

3IANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Magnolia Manufacturing Co. (Lum- 
ber, Crates, Gin, Furniture). 

Croom, J. F. (Lumber. Crates, Gin). 

Magnolia Crate Works (Lumber. 
Crates, Sash, Doors, Blinds). 



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MAGNOLIA. 

Incorporated iu 1855. 

Population, 1910: White. 400: col- 
ored, 300; total, 700. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty. K14S.000. 

Tax Rate: 20c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— W. F. Pickett. 

Postmaster — H. M. Swinsou. 

Chief of Police— F. N. Bardin. 

R. R. Agent— P. J. Heath, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — P. J. Heath. 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

3Iethodist— C. T. Rodgers. 

Baptist — J. H. Booth. Pastor. 

Universalist — Thos. Chaplan, Pastor 



WARSAW. 

Incorporated in 1885. 
Population. 1910: White. 1,000; col- 
ored. 500; total, 1.500. 

Value real estate, $197,251 
personal property, $93,019. 

Tax Rate, 33 l-3c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — J. E. Williams. 
Postmaster — J. B. Winders. 
Chief of Police — J. M. Loftin. 
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— J. E. Williams. 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. Peirce, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
J. R. Patterson. 
Williams, J. M. 

DENTISTS. 
Herring. J. C. D. 
W. E. Hines. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Warsaw Drug Co. 

LAWYERS. 
Stevens, H. L. 
Johnson & Johnson. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Herring & Hobbs. 
Murray, M. T. 
Middleton, F. G. 
Worsley. J. O. 



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Cox, J. B. 

Fonveille, J. H. 

Warsaw Hardware Co. 

Hines, S. B. 

Johnson, J. Walter. 

Slossberg, L., & Bro. 

Frederick, John. 

Best, L. P. 

Thornton, W. C. 

Southerland, F. M. 

Wilson, J. P. 

J. S. Wagstaff. 

Hazlett Bros. & Co. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMEKS. 

Owen, H. G. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Warsaw Inn. 

Blanchard, Mrs. Harriett. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Chambers, C. D. 

Hollingsworth, W. L. 

Best, R. H. (Sales). 

Farrior, P. L. (Sales). 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Blaekruore, R. W. 

Bass, J. W. R. 

Masey & Smith. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Best & Herring. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Wilson, J. P. 

Brown, C. J. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Camp Manufacturing Company. 

Warsaw Manufacturing Co. 

Newcomb, A. W. (Turning Factory, 
Sash, Doors, Blinds). 

Warsaw Crate & Basket Factory- 
Warsaw Tobacco Warehouse. 

Tucker, J. W. (Machine Shops). 

Warsaw Lumber Company. 

Pierce, J. H., Lumber Company. 

Pope, H. J,. Lumber Company. 



WALLACE. 

Population, 1910: White. 425; col- 
ored, 75; total, 500. 

Value real estate, $90,205 ; 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— B. C. 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— J. B. 
Dowd. 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. 

Mann & Pifford. 

Boney, Jno. B. 

Sheffield, R. T. 

Powell Hardware Co. 

Sheffield, J. W. 

Hussey, F. G. 

Powers, H. & S. 

Powell, M. O., & Bro. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Boney. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Carter & Brice (Sales). 
Wells & Byrd ( Sales ). 
DENTISTS. 
Sloan, C. S. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
McGowen & Carr. 

LAWYERS. 

Ward, Geo. R. 
Powers, A. K. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Cumberland Lumber Co. 
Norfolk Lumber Co. 
Boney, G. L. 
Hilton Lumber Co. 

WAREHOUSES. 

Peoples Tobacco Warehouse. 



FAISON. 

Incorporated in 1871. 

Population, 1910: Whites. 300; col- 
ored, 100; total, 400. 

Value real estate. $109,800: value 
personal property, $91,605. 

Tax Rate: 10c' on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Thos. Perrett. 

Postmaster — V. N. Seawell. 

Chief of Police— J. R. Keen. 

R. R. Agent— I. W. Lane, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — I. W. Lane, 
Western Union. 

TELEPHONE C03IPANIES. 

Consolidated Telephone Co., Inc. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — Peter Mclntyre, Pas- 
tor. 

Methodist — Rev. Merritt, Pastor. 
Baptist — W. B. Rivenbark, Pastor. 
Episcopal — Edward Wooten, Rector. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Faison Male Academy. 
Presbyterian High School. 
Graded School. 



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BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Faison — C. S. Hines, Presi- 
dent ; M. McD. Williams, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Lane, Jno. 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. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Joseph, Maggie. 
Romanus, Romulus. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Presise. H. C. 
Southerland, R. B. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Hotel Witherinccton. 

LIYERY STABLES. 
Southerland, W., & Co. 

MANUFACTURING Pi. ANTS. 
Bland, C. W. (Modern Cotton Gin). 
Mallard, J. W. (Saw Mill ami Crate 
Factory). 



ROSE HILL,. 

Incorporated in 1901. 
Population, 1910: 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. B. Wriirht, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Rose Hill Graded School — H. H. 
McDiarmid. Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Rose Hill — Chas. N. Evans, 
President; W. B. Southerland, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Carr, R. L. 

DENTISTS. 
Hawes, I. L. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Carr. R. L. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Henderson. W. D.. * Co. 



Parker & Bland. 

Teachey, The, Co. 

Teachey, C. C, & Sons. 

Fussell, J. D. 

Scott, I. C. 

Carr, Mrs. A. F. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Overbrook Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Byrd, W. L., & Co. 

Fussell, Oscar. 

Kilpatrick, A. M. 

Scott, I. C. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Duplin Enterprise (Weekly) — D. S. 
Hines, Editor. 

FERTILIZER DEALERS. 

Parker & Bland. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Blizzard, J. F. (Fire, Accident, 
Health). 

Southerland. W. B. (Fire). 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Atlantic Coffin & Casket Co. 

Fussell, Jesse (Saw Mill, Planing 
Mill, Cotton Gin and Grist Mill). 

Fussell & Boney (Saw Mill). 

Jones, W. H. (Turning Works). 



TEACHEYS. 

Incorporated in 1899. 

Population. 1910: Whites. 175. 

Value real estate, $75,000; value 
personal property. $23,000. 

Tax Rate: 20c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — S. O. Wilson. 

Postmaster — J. C. McMillan. Sr. 

Chief of Police — Frank Sloan. 

R. R. Agent — Mrs. S. M. Justice, At- 
lantic Coast Line. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

BaptiLst— Robt. Peelfe, Pastor; R. 
Rivenbark. resident Pastor. 

Presbyterian — L. E. Wells, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Teachey's State High School — P. E. 
Shaw. Principal. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

McMillan, H. D. 

McMillan, J. C, Jr. 

McMillan, J. C, Sr. 

A. F. Bland. 

Fussell, B. F. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Bland, A. F. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Yarborough House. 

Hotel Rex. 

Mclntyre Boarding House. 
FLORISTS. 

Coastal Plain. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Boney. E. (Saw Mill, Grist Mill and 
Cotton Gin). 

Fussell, B. F. (Crate Factory). 

Brown. D. E. (Saw Mill). 



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COUNTY SEAT, DUEHAM. 



Population: (Census 1910), 35,276. 

Formed in 1881. Named in honor of Dr. Bart Durham. 
Area: 234 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $10,434,042; value of personal property, $11,658,884. 
Property listed in 1911, by whites, $21,421,164 ; by negroes, $680,862. 
No. of Schools: For whites, 29; for negroes, 17. 

Tax Bate: County purposes, 13 2-3c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 
20 l-3c. ; special, none; State, 25c; schools, 20c. 
Public Roads: No. miles, 100; 115 macadamized. Worked by taxation. 
RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Railway, 11.18 miles, assessed value $ 437,362.75 

North Carolina Railroad, 16.22 miles, assessed value 1,127,246.63 

Durham and Southern Railroad, 8.18miles, assessed value 174,100.00 

Line Railway, 10.39 miles, assessed value 295,955.41 

South Carolina Railroad, 9.25 miles, assessed value 46,190.00 

Western Railway, 19.50 miles, assessed value 432.S86.00 

3.146.6S 

5.100.00 

11,923.75 



Seaboard Air 

Durham and 

Norfolk and 

Pullman Co., assessed value. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co., assessed value 

Southern Express Co., assessed value. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 6,901.12 

Durham Traction Co., assessed value 172,900.00 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 3.S26.00 

Southside Telephone Co., assessed va lue 300.00 

North Carolina Telephone Co., assessed value 569.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 1,364.60 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 1.2S5.O0 

Interstate Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 70,000.00 

Southern Power Co., assessed value 6,088.00 

Superior Court Terms: January Sth (criminal); January 22d (civil); 
March 18th (civil) ; May 13th (criminal) ; August 20th (criminal) ; Octo- 
ber 2d (civil) ; December 4th (criminal). 



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. Jordan, Durham. 

Surveyor — E. C. Belvin, Durham. 

Attorney — R. P. Reid. 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. 

County Commissioners — L. B. Mark- 
ham (chrm.), Durham; J. D. Hamlin, 
T. E. Belvin, F. M. Tilley, Maynard 
Mangum. Durham. 

Co. Board of Education — J. W. Um- 
stearl, Stem, R. F. D. No. 1; G. C. 
Stnllings, Durham, R. F. D. No. 4; R. 
P. Reade, Durham. 

Co. Board of Elections — S. C. Braw- 
ley, Durham; R. P. Reade, Durham; 
S. M. Holton, Durham. 

JUSTICES OP THE PEACE. 

Durham Township — R. C. Cox, 
Durham; D. C. Ounter, Durham; R. 
A. Harris, Durham ; I. J. Cox, Dur- 
ham; IXG^O'Neal. West Durham; J. 



T. Morton, East Durham; John Til- 
ley, 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. Moring, 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. 

Mang-um — 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, R. F. D. Dur- 
ham. 

Baptist — W. E. Dunnesan, West 
Durham; J. A. Hackney, Durham; J. 
M. Arnette, Durham. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Ward, M. P., Gorman. 

Holt, D. M., Willnrrlville. 

Lyon, E. H.. Durham. 
MEBCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Hester, J. L., West Durham. 

McDonald, W. J., West Durham. 



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Bowen, W. T., West Durham. 
Hester, B. P., 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. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILES. 
Tilley, Cassum. Durham. 
Christian Mill. Durham, 
i'atterson Mill, Durham. 
Picket Mill, Durham. 
Southern Pure Food Co., Durham. 

SAW MILLS. 

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. 

McGraaham 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 Mills, Durham. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Anderson, H. C, Durham. 

Barbee, H. C, East Durham. 

Fisher, C. O., Durham. 

Suitt, S. M., East Durham, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Carpenter, A. M.. Durham. R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Weatherlv, A. C, Gorman, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Husketh, S. J.. Durham. R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Stalling*. D. H.. Gorman, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Proctor, B. G.. East Durham. 

Douglas. Miss Nannie. West Dur- 
ham, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Umstead. Miss Myrtle M.. West 
Durham, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Herndon. Miss Corinna. Durham. 
R. 3. 

Vickers, Miss Sallie. Durham, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 
| Ma rkham. Miss Belle. Gorman. 



Bragiir. Miss Beulah, Durham. R. I". 
D. No. 4. 

Markham, Miss Lela, Durham, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Neal, Mis s Eva, Durham, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Mann, Miss Annie Lee, West Dur- 
ham. 

Belvin, Miss Prudence, Durham, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Garrard. Miss Lorena. Durham, R. 
F. D. No." 2. 

Lvon, Miss Lorena, Durham, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Jones, Miss Eunice, West Durham. 
Brown, Miss Annie, West Durham. 
Powell, Miss Hodgie, West Dur- 
ham. 
Hammet, Miss Carrie, Durham. 
Shields, Miss Madge, Durham, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Harris, Miss Annie, Bahama, R. F. 
D.. No. 2. 

Sasser, Miss Mary T., Durham. 
Tick, Miss Emily P., East Dur- 
ham. 

Suitt. Mrs. S. M., Durham, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Sorrell, Mrs. D. W., Durham. 
Brogden, Mrs. B. J., Durham. 
Horton, Mrs. Lola, East Durham. 
Bailev, Miss Loula. Gorman, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Thompson. Miss Ida S.. Durham. 
Pope, Miss Hannah, Durham. 
Blue, Miss Flora. Durham. 
Ellis. Miss Iver. Durham. 
Nichols, Miss S. J., Gorman, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Brinklev. Miss Mary F., Gorman. 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Brown, Miss Grace, East Durham. 
Aiken. Miss Lucile. Durham. 
Royall, Miss Evelvn, East Durham. 
Morris, Miss Carrie, East Durham. 
Barbee. Miss Bettie. Durham. 
Faucette, Miss Julia W.. Durham. 
Stallings, K. E., Morrisville, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

O'Briant. W. R.. Durham. R. F. D. 
No. 6. 
Hutchins. C. M., Durham. 
Nixon. Joe R.. Bahama. 
Hall. Arnold, Rougemont. 
Scott, Luther V., Stem, R. F. D. 
Young, Miss Lela D.. East Durham. 
Barker. Miss Gypsie R., Durham. 
Latta, Miss Lola. Durham, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 
Barden. Miss Iva L.. West Durham. 
Moring. Miss Lelia O., Durham, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 
Pigg, Miss Nannie E., Nelson. 
Council. Miss Bettie. Durham, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Flinton, Miss Nannie E., Rouge- 
mont. 



DURHAM COUNTY. 



Farmer. Miss Macie, Rougeruont. 

Gibbs, Miss Annie May, Babaina, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Ball. Miss Lilly, Bahama, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Jones, Miss Nan P., Stem, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Bellinger, Miss Eva, Bahama. 

Westboro, Miss Katherine, Bahama, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Green, Miss Vergie, Durham. R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Hobgood. Miss Clyde, Durham. 

Holloway, Miss Maggie, Durham. 

Mann, Mrs. B. N., West Durham. 

Holton, Holland, Durham. 

Bowling, Miss Kate, Durham, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 



DURHAM. 

Incorporated in 1S69. 

Population, 1010: 18.241: including 
Bast and West Durham, 25.000. 

No. white polls, 1,837; No. colored 
polls. 857. 

Value real estate, $6,966,016: value 
personal propertv, fll.lS2.724. 

Tax Rate: $1.17 on the $100. 

Bonded debt. $651,000. 

Floating debt. $9,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. J. Brogden. 

Chief of Police — J. F. Freelnnd. 

City Clerk— George W. Woodard. 

Treasurer — T. M. Stephens. 

Tax Collector— J. R. Patton. 

Standard-Keeper — Geo. Booth. 

City Attorney — Sidney Chambers. 

City Supt. of Health— W. H. Boone. 

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- 
san. Postal Telegraph Company. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — (First), no pastor; (Sec- 
ond), no pastor; (North Durham), J. 
M. Arnett. Pastor. 

Christian — (Main Street), J. O. Cox, 
Pastor. 

Episcopal— (St. Phillip's), S. S. Bost, 
Rector ; Thos. L. Trott, Rector. 

Methodist — Presiding Elder, R. C. 
Beaman (Memorial), G. F. Smith, 
Pastor; (Mangum Street), C. B. Cul- 
breth. Pastor: (Trinity). R. C Cra- 
ven. Pastor: H. C. Smith, Pearl Mill-; 
and Bethany Circuit. 

Preshyterian — (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 

WILLIAM HOWELL PEGRAM, 
Professor of Chemistry. 

ROBERT LEE FLOWERS, Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics. 

J. C. KILGO. Lecturer in Depart- 
ment Biblical Literature. 

WILLIAM IVEY CRANFORD, Dean, 
Can- Professor of Philosophy. 

ARTHUR HERBERT MERRITT, 
Professor of Greek. 

CHARLES WILLIAM EDWARDS, 
Professor of Physics. 

WILLIAM HENRY GLASSON, Pro- 
fessor of Political Economy and So- 
cial Science. 

WILLIAM FRANCIS GILL, Profes- 
sor of Latin. 

ALBERT MICA.TAH WEBB. Pro- 
fessor of Romance Languages. 

WILLIAM HANE WANNAMAKER, 
Professor of German. 

JAMES JACOB WOLFE, Professor 
of Biology. 

WILLIAM KENNETH BOYD, Pro- 
fessor of History. 

EUGENE CLYDE BROOKS. Pro- 
fessor of History and Science of Edu- 
cation. 

SAMUEL FOX MORDECAI. Dean 
of the Law School and Professor of 
Law. 

ROBERT PERCY READE, Asso- 
ciate Professor of Law. 

JULIAN BLANCHARD. Professor 
of Engineering. 

FRANK CLYDE BROWN, Profes- 
sor of English. 

ARTHUR LEWIS MK'OBB. As- 
sistant Professor of Modern Lan- 
guages. 

ARTHUR MATHEWS GATES, As- 
sistant Professor of Latin 

CHARLES BLACKWELL MARK- 
HAM. Assistant Professor of Mathe- 
matics. 

WILLIAM THOMAS LAPRADE. 
Assistant Professor of History. 

HERSEY EVERETT SPEXCE, As- 
sistant Professor of English. 

ROBINSON GREGG 'ANDERSON, 
Professor of Law 

FRANK NICHOLAS EGERTON, 
JR., Instructor in Engineering. 

ROBERT NORTH WILSON, As- 
sistant Professor of Chemistry. 

JOHN ALLEN MORGAN, Assistant 
Professor of Political Economy. 

F. N. PARKER, Professor Biblical 
Literature. 

WILBUR WADE CARD. Director 
Angier-Duke Gymnasium. 



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PHILLIP JEFFERSON JOHNSON, 
Instructor in Physics. 

BEALE JENNINGS FAUCETTE, 
Assistant in English. 

ALFRED WHITTESETT HOR- 
TON, Assistant In JUnglish. 

JAMES LAFAYETTE HUTCHIN- 
son. Assistant in English. 

CLAUDE BASCOM WEST, Assist- 
ant in English. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Southern Conservatory of Music — 
Gilmore W. Bryant. Director. 

Trinity Park School— W. W. Peele, 
A.B., Trinity Headmaster. 

City High School— E. J. Green, Prin. 

Fuller School — W. A. Bryan, Prin. 

Edgemont School — W. M. Upehurch, 
Principal. 

Morehead School — C. H. Jenkins, 
Principal. 

North Durham School — J. E. Brinn, 
Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Corcoran Hotel. 

Murray Hotel. 

Church Street Hotel. 

Arcade Hotel. 

Betts' Boarding House. 

Hawkeve Place. 

High, Mrs. S. M. 

Hunt, Mrs. T. E. 

Lyon. Mrs. 

Rogers, Mrs. Unas. 

Whitehead, Mrs. J. T. 

Durham Boarding House. 

Hopkins House. 

Searby House. 

Central Hotel. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Linthicum & Rose. 

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. 

Poole, Arthur. 

Star Bakery. 

Whitmore, J. L. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Manguni. Bart W. 

Morton & Massey. 

Fowler. J. T. 

Cheek & Belvin. 

BOOK STORES. 

Durham Book & Stationery Co. 

Trinity College Book-Room. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Pridgen & Jones. 



Burch & Gorman. 
Perry, Horton & Co. 
Bellamy, R. L. 
Holloway & Belvin. 

BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Durham Building and Loan Assn. 

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. 

Shepherd, W. T. 

Thacker, A. A. 

Holt, W. C. 

Hutchins, J. W. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 

Seeman Carriage Co. 

Durham Buggy Co. 

Holloway, E. J. 

Lvon, W. C. 

Llewellyn, W. H. 

Woodall. B. C. 

Durham Yehicle and Harness Co. 

CLUBS. 

Elks Club. 
Commonwealth Club. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Perry, S. R. 
Tyree, B. L. 
Howard, Thomas, Co. 
Draushan, A. J., Co. 
COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
Golden Belt Mfg. Co. 
Durham Hosiery Mills No. 1. 
Durham Hosiery Mills No. 2. 
Pearl Cotton Mills. 
Erwin Cotton Mills. 
Commonwealth Mfg. Co. 
Durham Cotton Mfg. Co. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Marathon Candy Kitchen. 
Whitmore. J. L. 
Durham Candy Kitchen. 
Ferrell, J. A. 
Olympia Candy Kitchen. 
Gates, J. D. 
Hall. R. M. 
Keith, C. S. 
Rogers. C. J. 
Smith. W. M. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Underwood, N. 
Houston, B. R. 
Bowling. S. 
Smith, Herbert L. 
Salmon, J. T. 
Pettigrew, W. J. 
Stone. C. H. 
Pearce. J. W. 
Lawrence, I. G. 
Christian, T. S. 
Linthicum & Rose. 
Piatt, Wm. M. 
Wilkerson-Mofflt Co. 



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White, Gilbert C. 
Bowles Bros. 
COAL. AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Beal, George H. 
Wall, W. L. 
Tally, J. R. 
Umstead, J. N., & Son. 
Durham Coal, Wood and Lumber 
Company. 
Mason, George N. 

BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS. 

Merchants' Association — P. W. 
Vaughan, President. 
Civic League. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 
Lambe, T. J., & Sons. 
Slater, W. A., Co. 
Sneed, Markham, Taylor Co. 
Wilson, A. 
Farley, Jas. H. 
Peoples' Store. 
Pritchard, Bright & Co. 
Lazarus, R. 
Masters & Agee. 
Markham Harris Co. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
Rawls, Q. B., & Son. 
Kronheimer, B. F., & Co. 

DENTISTS. 

Norris, C. P. 
Shackleford, E. W. 
Satterfield, H. E. 
Reade, A. P. 
Hutchinson, C. L. 
McCracken, J. T. 
Edwards, L. N. 
Carr, G. A. 
Carr, I. N. 

TOBACCO DEALERS. 

American Tobacco Co. 
Venable Tobacco Co. 
Durham Tobacco Storage and In- 
spection Co. 

Warren & Mangum. 
Umstead, Riley & Sons. 
Umstead, A. K. 
Pope, Carriugton & Pollard. 
Umstead & Carrington. 

DRUGGISTS. 

College Pharmacy. 
Westside Pharmacy. 
Crabtree Pharmacy. 
Edgemont Drug Store. 
Herndon, M. D. 
Sneed, Umstead Co. 
Thomas Drug Co. 
Peabody Drug Co. 
Blacknall's Drug Co. 
Five Points Drug Co. 
Haywood & Boone. 
King, C. E., & Sons. 
Mabry, W. A. . 
Main Street Pharmacy. 
Rexall Pharmacy. 
Vaughan, P. W. 
Yearby. W. M. 



DOCTORS. 

Adams, C. A. 

Bitting, N. D. 

Bodie, N. P. 

Bowling, E. H. 

Brooks, B. U. 

Cheatham, A. 

Felts, R. L. 

Graham, Joseph. 

Hicks & Hicks. 

N. M. Johnson. 

Jourdan, A. C. 

Manning, J. M. 

Moore, R. A. 

Woodard, C. A. 

Tucker, A. R. (Osteopath). 

Olive, W. W. 

Teague, R. J. 

Boone, W. H. 

Boyles, A. C. 

Facette, Dr. 

McPherson, S. D. 

Pierce, S. B. 

Ross, Dr. Geo. 

DRV GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Alcocks, W. W. & Sons. 
Ellis. Stone & Co. 
Emperial, The 
Enoch, B. 
Council, J. L. 
Gladstein, M. 
Baldwins, R. A., & Sons. 
Primakoff, A. 
Hockfleld, S. H. 
Kadis, C. Z. 
Kendall, C. W. 
Kronheimer, B. F. 
Land, A. 
Rawls, Q. E. 
Tonkell, A. 

GROCERS. 
Addison, T. A. 
Andrews, L. D. 
Billings,' G. C. L. 
Brown, W. R. 
Brogden & Umstead. 
Abelkop, Harris. 
Baldwin, Mrs. Pattie C. 
Barbee & Elliott. 
Barbee, A. L. 
Bloom, H. 
Brady, H. 
Bowen, W. T. 
Broadwell. R. J. 
Bullock, W. R. 
Brooks, G. W. 
Burns, J. H. 
Berry, J. H. 
Bullock, O. G 
Carden, A. C. 
Carlton, F. M., & Co. 
Carpenter Bros. 
Carlitt. 

Colclough, W. S. 
Cole & Garrard. 
Chappell, D. C. 
Clegg. L. L. 
Chandler, S. H. 
Onin, A W. 



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Cobb, D. M. 
Couch, N. E. 
Gunter, E. T. 
Hockfield, M. 
Hockfield. N. 
Holder & Cheek. 
Hewitt, J. C. 
Lee, J. H. 
Land, A. 
Levy, S. 
Johnson, A. K. 
Kelly, J. D. 
Lynn Bros. 
Lakewood Grocery. 
McLennan, J. 
McFarland, J. W. 
Murnick, A. M. 
Mullowitz, H. B. 
Morris, R. B. 
Xewell, J. A. 
Markham, Stephens Co. 
Cohen, A. R. 
Copley, C .T. 
Carney, J. E. 
Copley, Wm. 
Dezern, Wiley. 
Duncan, J. P. 
Earp. E. 
Foushee. H. W. 
Pagan, S. 
Gurley, C. C. 
Graves, C. 
Gordon. I. Hurst. 
O'Briant, R. P. 
Rollins, M. E. 

Southern Feed and Grocery Co. 
Parkham, J. E. 
Pendergrass, Thos. 
Perry, J. S. 
Sikes. J. W. 
Tally. W. S. 
Thomas, J. S. 
"Woods, Joe 
Williams, Jasper 
Wheeler, W. P. 
Wvke, W. F. 
York. W. M. 
Morris. R. H. 
Patterson Bros. Co. 
Perry, Wood & Co. 
Pope, G. M. 
Rigsbee. S. F., & Son. 
Seigel, L. 
Silver. 

Howard, Thomas 
Stabley, J. R. 
Stephens, F. M.. & Co. 
Wilkerson, J. L. 
Zukerman, G. 
Woody. J. P. 

Hewitt, W. A. (Wholesale). 
Tyree. B. L. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES 

Durham Light and Power Co. 
Durham Traction Company. 
FRUIT DEALERS. 

Chandler Produce Co. 



Perry, J. S., Co. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Rigsbee, A. M., & Sons. 
Rogers, J., & Co. 
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. 

FLORISTS. 
Roll, Fred. 

Durham Floral Nursery. 
FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Addison, T. A. 
Bumpass, E. N. 
Green, J. B. 
Hamlin, L. D. 
Herndon, C. M. 
Ingram, W. S. 
Wilson & Patterson. 

FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Durham Iron Works. 
North Side Foundry Co. 
Kuker Foundry- 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Brown & Co. 
Chatham Furniture Co. 
' llosson, D. W. 
Hawe, Wm. 
Christian & Harward. 
Clark, Bryan & Co. 
Model Furniture House. 
Rogers, L. D. 
Royall & Borden Co. 
Herring & Elliott. 
Hesse, J. A., & Sons. 
Holland Bros. 
Stallings & Jones. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Public Hardware Co. 
Lloyd. A. E. & Co. 
Pollard Bros. 
Taylor & Phipps. 

HOSPITALS. 

Watts Hospital. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Sparger & Umstead (Life). 

Southjrate. J., & Son (Fire). 

Durham Loan & Trust Co. (Fire 
and Life). 

Fulford, W. A. (Life and Fire). 

Griswold Insurance and Real Estate 
Co. (Life and Fire). 

Dunn. W. B. (Life). 

Lee, R. N. (Life). 

Ogburn, F. A. (Life). 

Anderson. T. J. (Life). 

Durham Mutual Protective Asso. 

Lindsey, W. C. (Fire). 

Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 

Mutual Life Ins. Co. 

Standard Mutual Life Ins. Co. 

Virginia Life Ins. Co. 

The Workers Mutual L. and H. Co. 

General Ins. Co. 

JEWELERS. 

Jones & Frazier. 

Case. C. H. 

Hillard. M. T. 

Snider- Wilcox & Fletcher Co. 

Womble. J. W. 



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LAUNDRIES. 

Durham Steam Laundry. 
Model Steam Laundry. 
Chinese. 

LAWYERS. 
Branham & Brawley. 
Pegram, J. Ed. 
Bryant & Broaden. 
Chambers. S. C. 
Cothran, J. F. 
Fuller, F. L. 
Reade. R. P. 
Sykes, R. H. 
Giles, J. A. 
Graham & Graham. 
Guthrie & Guthrie. 
Hill, E. J. 
Hobgood. A. S. 
Mason, W. W. 
Moore, A. M. 
Scarlette, Charles. 
Skinner, B. S. 
Sorrell, D. W. 
Tomlinson. Lawrence. 
Morehead, J. L. 
Gladstone. D. H. 
Tilley, L. L. 
Wissburg, A. L. 
Manning & Everett. 
Neal, H. A. 
Foushee. W. L. 
Dunn. W. B. 
Barbee. .las. W. 

LUMBER M'F'R'S*. AND DEALERS. 

Cary Lumber Co. 
Hutchius Lumber Co. 
Carrington Lumber Co. 
Chatham Lumber Co. 
Cameron, D. B. 
James Lumber Co. 
Young & Raymond. 
Perry, Ben 

MARBLE WORKS. 

Durham Marble Works. 

Sharpe, T. O.. Marble and Granite 
Co. 

Durham Granite Co. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 

Harris Mfg. Co. 

Kerr, J. T.. & Co. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Durham Sun (Dailv) — Mr. Moore. 
Editor. 

Morning- Herald (Daily) — Jos. H. 
King. Editor. 

N. C. Journal of Education— E. C. 

Brooks. Editor. 

Durham Saturday Post (Weekly) — 
T. H. Lindsay. Editor. 

Recorder (Semi- Weekly) — G. C. 
Sibley. Editor. 

South Atlantic Quarterly— W. P. 
Few and W. H. Glasson, Editors. 

Trinity Chronicle (.Weekly) — J. N. 
Aiken, Editor. 

Durham Reformer (Weekly) — W. 
F. Young and G. \Y. Adams. Editors. 



Trinity Archive (Monthly) — E. G. 
Sandon. Editor. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Taylor & Phipps. 

Lloyd, A. E. 

Public Hardware Co. 

Beard, M. O. 

Long, E. J. 

PAINTERS. 

Carden, H. L. 

Peyton, Cates. 

Hinton, W. A. 

Moore, Fred. 

Morgan, W. L. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 

Draughan, A. J.. & Co. 

Perry, J. S., & Co. 

PLUMBERS. 

Slade. S. N. 

Durham Plumbing Co. 

Richardson, L. C. 

Dhue & Suggs. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 

Cable Co. 

Murray, W. R., Co. 

Stieff Co. 

Cheeks-Houston Piano Co. 
PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Holliday's Studio. 

Hitchcock's Studio. 

Johnson, Miss Katie L. 

Five Points Photo. Gallery. 
PRINTING OFFICES. 

Christian Press (The) 

Council, Z. P. 

Seeman Printery. 

Barbee, W. H. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Fulford. W. A. 

Griswold Insurance and Real Estate 
Co. 

Clements, W. P. 

Massey, Rufus. 

Rogers. W. H. 

Smith. J. W. 

Southern Real Estate Co. 

Warren. J. B. 

Jones. J. Southsjate 

TAILORS. 

Bon -Ton Tailors. 

Crabtree. W. C. 

Keller man. Frank. 

Levy, D. W. 

Mesley. J. S. 

Snyder, P. 

Hickson & Allen. 

Grubbs. C. P. 

Mu rp hev & Parrish. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Hall <Sr Wynn. 

Howerton-Kernodle Co. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

Petty, J. W. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Freehand, W. F. 

Holman, W. H. 

Interior Decorating Co. 

Long, E. J. 
i Tomlinson. Williard C. 



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MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

The American Tobacco Co. (Cigar- 
ettes and Smoking Tobacco). 

Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Co. 
(Smoking Tobacco). 

Duke, W.. Sons & Co. (Smoking 
Tobacco). 

Imperial Tobacco Co. (Re-orderiug 
Plant). 

Venable Tobacco Co. (Re-ordering). 

Branch, King Cigar Co. (Cigars). 

Khedivial Tobacco Co. (Smoking 
Tobacco). 

Erwin Cotton Mills, Nos. 1 and 4. 

Durham Cotton Manufacturing Co. 

Pearl Cotton Mills. 

Commonwealth Cotton Manufaeur- 
ing Co. 

Golden Belt Manufacturing Co. 
(Cotton and Bags). 



Durham Hosiery Mills, Nos. 1 and 2. 

Kuker Foundry. 

Durham Iron Works. 

Smith Manufacturing Co., (Over- 
alls). 

Sharpe, T. O., & Co. (Marble 
Works). 

Durham Marble Works. 

Cary Lumber Co. 

Durham Lumber Co. 

Chatham Lumber Co. 

Durham Buggy Co. 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. 
(Fertilizer). 

Durham Vehicle & Harness Co. 

Carrolina Roller Mills (Flour and 
Meal). 

Victory. A. W., & Co. (Spoke & 
Handle Factory). 

Durham Mattress Works. 

Austin -Heaton Co. (flour and meal). 



EDGECOMBE COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, TAKBORO. 



of Edgecombe. 



Population: (Census 1910), 32,010. 
Formed in 1734. Named in honor of Earl 
Area: 515 square miles. 
Value of real estate, $5,958,382; value of personal property, $3,798,430. 
Property listed in 1911, by whites, $8,413,759; by negroes, $563,339. 
Tax Rate: County purposes, 21 2-3c. on the $100; roads, 25c; bridges, 2c. 
County bonded debt, $3,000. 

Public Roads: 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 males, assessed value $1,492,325.60 



Pullman Co., assessed value. . . . 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value , 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 

East Carolina Railway, 18.00 miles, assessed value 

Tar River Oil Co.. assessed value 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co.. assessed value. 
American Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value. 

Southern Investment Co., assessed value 

Southern Railway — Rolling Stock, assessed value 

Superior Court Terms: March 4th: April 1st (civil) 
September 9th (civil) ; October 28th (criminal). 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— A. T. Walston. 
Tarboro. 

Sheriff— R. B. Hyatt, Tarboro. 

Register of Deeds — H. S. Bunn, 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— J. W. Mar- 
tin. Tarboro. 

Co. Board of Education — C. A. 
Johnson. (chrm.), Tarboro ; W. W. 



6.935.50 
11.260.75 

29,185.32 

10.873.00 

48.874.00 

3,800.00 

19,459.00 

3.782.00 

449.00 

36.597.00 

.Tune 3d (civil) ; 



Mayo, 



Vicks. Battleboro ; John 
Bethel. 

County Commissioners — Claude Wil- 
son, (chrm.). Tarboro; W. D. Ruffin, 
Whitakers; W. L. Dunn, Pinetops ; 
(Lam Lawrence, Tarboro; John J. 
Torne. Rocky Mount. 

County Board of Elections — P. C. 
Vestal. Rockr Mount; B. F. Eagles, 
Macclesfield, R. F. D. ; J. R. Gaskill, 
Tarboro. 

JTSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
F. H. Pender, Tarboro ; W. L. Bar- 
low. Tarboro; Joshua Rouse, Conetoe ; 
; D. E. Cobb, Conetoe: O. P. House. 
Speed ; T. E. Mayo, Bethel ; M. P. Ed- 
wards, Speed; E. C. Womack, Leg- 
getts; Arthur Anderson. Whitakers; 
W. H. Cobb. Whitakers: H. L. 



The Planters Bank of Rocky Mount, N. C. 

DIRECTORS — M. C. Braswell, H. B. Bryan, Geo. S. Edwards, M. R. Bras- 
well, J. R. Sorsby, J. C. Braswell, J. M. Sherrod, W. S. 
Wilkinson, H. B. Marriott, W. H. Newell, W. T. Williford. 
WE SOLICIT YOUR ACCOUNT. 



EDGECOMBE COUNTY. 



Speight, Battleboro ; E. G. Battle, Bat- 
tleboro ; W. W. Vick, Battleboro ; W. 
G. Harrell, Old Sparta ; W. W. Eagles, 
Macclesfield ; J. S. Howard, Maccles- 
field ; E. L. Pitt, Pinetops ; T. H. Lan- 
caster, Rocky Mouut; E. L. Daugh- 
tridge, Rocky Mouut; W. F. James. 
Rocky Mount; H. L. Broke, Rocky 
Mouut; John L. Calhoun, Rocky 
Mount; B. P. Jenkins, Rocky Mount, 
R. P. D. ; Fenner Gay, Rocky Mouut ; 
O. B. Proctor. Rocky Mount; T. F. 
Cherry, Leggetts ; C. H. Spivey, Leg 
getts. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Speight, R. H.. Whitakers. 

Killebrew, C. L., Rocky Mount, R. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Mercer, W. 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, 
R. F. D. 

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. F. D. 

Eagles, B. F., Crisp. 

Fountain, Theo., Leggetts. 

Anderson, J. H., Tarboro. R. F. D. 
COTTON GINS. 

Warren, R. C, Conetoe. 

Hanah-.Tenkins. Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Mayo, T. L., Bethel, R. F. D. 

Thigpen, C. M., Conetoe, R. F. D. 

Anderson, M. C, Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Wiggins, J. H., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Felton & Pender, Tarboro. 

Whitehurst. J. A.. Tarboro. 

Williams, L., Tarboro. 

Jeffreys, C. W., Tarboro. 

Hart, L. V., Tarboro. 

Bryan. Mrs. B. J., Battleboro. 

Daughtridge, E. L., Rockv Mount. 

Smithsnn, M. H.. Battleboro. 

Redmond & Redmond, Tarboro, R 
F. D. 

Mayo, R. H., Bethel, R. F. D. 

Webb, H. W., Macclesfield. 

Taylor, B. H., Bethel, R. F. D. 

Mayo, C. W., 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. F.. Macclesfield. 

Davis. J. A.. Tarboro. R. F. D. No. 2. I 



Mercer, Dr. W. 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, Gray, 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. 

Sherrod & Bryan, Battleboro. 

Webb, H. W., Macclesfield. 

Lancaster, Mrs. M. D., Rocky Mt., 
R. F. D. 

Planters' Cotton & Oil Co., Rockj 
Mount. 

Shelton, H. H., Conetoe. 

Co^, Gen. W. R., Penelo. 

Carr, Mrs. Elias. Macclesfield. 

Dupree, Mrs. J. R., Tarboro. 

Knight, Mrs. W. T., Tarboro. 
1 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, Walter, Rocky Mount. 

Norfleet, Uzeola, Tarboro. 

Killebrew, W. H., Rocky Mount, R. 
F. D. 

Thorne, J. J., Rocky Mount. 

Pitt, R. E., St. Lewis. 

Varuell, 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 & Staton, Tarboro 

Deberry, G. T., Tarboro. 

Trevathan, Win., Rocky Mount. 

Wiggins, T. 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.. Sharpsmirg. 

Sherrod, J. M., WhitaKers. 

Hart. W. 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 



The Planters Bank of Rocky Mount, N. C. 

SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. Prices $2.50 to $5.00 per year. 
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Lawrence, Lain. Tarboro, R. P. D. 

Hart & Gates, Tarboro. 

McDowell, J. P., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

McNair, .Mrs. C. L., Tarboro, R. 
F. D. 

Mayo, W. T.. Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Pender, W. D., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Philips. Fred., Tarboro. 

Powell, Mrs. J. C, Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Shackleford, J. P., Tarooro, R. F. D. 

Stallings, W. L., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Staton, .Mrs. Lucy, Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Tar River Oil Co., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Edmondson, L. H., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Wiggins, I\ L., Tarboro, R. F. D. 

Bradley, W. C, Whitakers, R. F. D. 

Ruitin iSc Gustin, Rocky Mount, R. 
F. D. 

Denton. Frank. Whitakers, R. F. D. 

Braswell, W. T., Whitakers, R. F. D. 

Draughan, L. L., Whitakers, R. F. D. 

Macclesfield Co., Pinetops. 

Etheridge, J. R., Whitakers 

Gammons, George R., Whitakers, R. 
P. 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. .T., Whitakers. R. F. D. 

Bellamy, S. C, Enfield. 

Mayo. N. J., & Bro., Coakley. 

Cherry, J. L., Tarboro, R. P. D. 

Mayo, N. J., Speed. 

Weeks, E. O., Whitakers. R. F. D. 

Philips. Riley. Pinetops. 

Corbet & Moore, Macclesfield. 

Fountain. Arthur, Leggetts 

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. 

Thorne, W. P., Tarboro. R. F. D. 

Holderness, G. A.. Tarboro. 

Cale. Thaddeus. Macclesfield. 

Bryant. J. B.. Tarboro. 

Horn. W. H.. Rocky Mount. 

Dunbar Co.. Battleboro, R. F. D. 

Wallace. W. H.. Macclesfield. 

Wilson. Claud. Tarboro. 

Gattin. R. H.. Tarboro. 

Bullock. R.. Rocky Mount. 

Austin. C. C, Tarboro. 

Bobbins, J. H.. Sharpsburg. 

Knight, E. C. Jr., Conetoe. 

Pennington. J. B., Tarboro. 

Cheshire, J.. Tarboro. 

Tittman, O. L.. Whitakers. 

Watson, W. W.. Pinetops. 

Liles. .T. C, & .T. F., Tarboro. 
MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Johnson, J. W., Whitakers, R. F. D. 

Crisp, Thomas, Mildred. 

Crisp. Amos. Macclesfield. R. F. D. 
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. 
COTTON MILLS. 

Fountain Cotton Mills, Tarboro. 

Tarboro Cotton Mills, Tarboro. 
SAW MILLS. 

McDowell, J. P., Tarboro. 

Fountain, Theo., Tarboro. 

Gammons, Roland R., Whitakers, R. 
F. D. 

Stallings, W. L. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Anderson, Miss Lossie, Whitakers, 
R. F. D. 

Barnes, Miss Amy, Rocky Mount, 
R. F. D. 

Barnhill, Miss Maude, Bethel, R. 
F. D. 

Branch, Miss Myrtle, Battleboro. 

Bridget's, Prof. W. A., Speed. 

Bulluck, Miss Mamie, Conetoe. 

Burke, Miss Rosamond, Whitakers, 
R. F. D. 

Canal, Mrs. Nellie, Conetoe. 

Cobb, Miss Mallie, Pinetops, R. 
F. D. 

Cobb, Miss Margarette, Conetoe, R. 
F. D. 

Cobb. Miss Sallie, Macclesfield. 

Corbett, Miss Callie, Tarboro, R. 
F. D. 

Corbett, Miss Nina, Macclesfield, R. 
F. D. 

Dunford, Miss Ruth, Pinetops, R. 
F. D. 

Edmondson, Miss Helen, Medora. 

Finch, Miss Era G., Rocky Mount. 

Gwatney, Miss Ruby, Macclesfield, 
R. F. D. 

Hargrave. Prof. L. L.. Battleboro. 

Harper, Miss Ella, Rocky Mount, 
R. F. D. 

Harris. Miss Susie S.. Rocky Mount. 
R. F. D. 

Hill, Miss Emma. Macclesfield, R. 
F. D. 

Hvman. Miss Margaret, Fountain, 
R. F. D. 

Ives, Miss Claude. Tarboro, R. 
F. D. 

Lancaster. Miss Nannie Lou, Rocky 
Mount. R. F. D. 

Martin. Miss Annie M., Whitakers. 
R. F. D. 

McWhorter. Winnie. Battleboro. 

Miller, Prof. H. C, Macclesfield. 

Moore, Miss Agnes. Macclesfield. 

Moore, Miss Kate. Tarboro. 

Moseley, Mrs. R. E.. Whitakers, R. 
F. D. 

Pittman. Miss Margaret. Maccles- 
field. R. F. D. 

Pittman. Miss Mary. Tarboro, R. 
F. D. 

Pittman, Miss Maude, Whitakers. 
R. F. D. 

Proctor. Miss Lena, Rockv Mount. 
R. F. D. 



Bank with the largest Bank in the County and be sure that you can get 
whatever accommodations you may require. 

The Planters Bank of Rocky Mount, N. C. 



CAPITAL 



.$100,000.00 



SURPLUS AND PROFITS . .$60,000.00 



EDGECOMBE COUNTY. 



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Ruffln, Miss Ida, Battleboro, R. 
F. D. 

RutHn, Miss Maraie. Battleboro, R. 
F. D. 

Savage, Miss Alma.' Speed, R. F. D. 

Savage, Miss Brightsey, Speed. 

Spain, Miss Anna E.. Speed. 

Sugg, Miss Mattie, Pinetops. 

Webb, Miss Mary K., Macclesfield, 
R. F. D. 

Whicnard, Miss Minnie. Betbel, R. 
F. D. 

Wiggins, Mrs. J. R., Rocky Mount. 

Young, Miss Indiana, Pinetops. 



TARBORO. 

Population, 1910: 4.300. No. white 
polls, 369; No. colored polls, 185. 

Value real estate, $5,958,382 ; value 
personal property, $3,198,430. 

Tax Rate: $1.00 on tbe $100. 

Bonded debt, $79,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. O. Howard. 

Chief of Police — F. P. Pulley. 

City Clerk — J. H. Jaycock. 

Treasurer — J. H. Jaycock. 

Tax Collector — J. H. Jaycock. 

City Attorney— H. H. Pbjlips. 

Postmaster — J. F. Liles. 

R. R. Agent — T. F. Marrow, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

Express Agent — G. W. Dixon, 
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 — L. B. Jones, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — J. E. Ballou, Pastor 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Tarhoro Public Schools — R. G. Kit- 
trell. Superintendent ; R. M. Davis, 
Principal. 

Runnymede Scivool — Mrs. D. G. Gil- 
lespie. Principal ; Miss Ballard, As- 
sistant. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

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 Associ;* 
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-Ruffin Co. 

Keech, C. B., & Co. 

Lichtenstein, D., Co. 

Cummings, D. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 

Wagner, D. D. 

Howard, Geo. 

Harris, D. H. 
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. Wed- 
dell, Secretary. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Arnheim, W. M. 

Rosenbloom & Levy. 

Zander, J. 

Cherry, T. T. 

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, .7. D. 

S. P. Bass. 

L. L. Staton. 

Green. W. W. 



The Planters Bank of Rocky Mount, N. C. 

DIRECTORS— 31. C. Brasvvell, H. B. Bryan, Geo. S. Edwards, M. R. Bras- 
well, J. R. Sorsby, J. C. Braswell, J. M. Sherrod, W. S. 
Wilkinson, H. B. Marriott, W. H. Newell, W. T. Williford. 
W r E SOLICIT YOUR ACCOUNT. 

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EDGECOMBE COUNTY. 



DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Cherry, T. T. 

Clarke, W. s., & Sons. 

Deans. \Y. 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. 

Constantlne, 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. 

Liechtenstein, D. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Pender Hardware Co. 

Edgecombe Hardware Co. 

Austin, C. J. 

HOSPITALS. 

Pittman Sanatorium. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Weddell. John A. 

Forbes. J. W. 

Cotton, John W. 

Stallings, U. D. 

JEWELERS. 

Bell. J. H. 
Heilbroner. 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.. & Son 

Howard, W. O. 

Norfleet, J. M. 

Liles, J. F. • 

Allsbrook. R. B. 

Howard, W. Stamp. 

Jones. Paul. 

Bunn & Spruill. 

Bassett, L. V. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
Sugg Bros. 

PAINTERS. 
Edwards. M. G. 



Brown, S. 
Brown, George. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS, 
Pender Hardware Co. 
Austin, C. J. 

PLUMBERS. 
Sugg, Jasper. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Alley, S. R. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Southerner (Daily) — H. R. Conger. 
Editor. 

Southerner (Weekly)— H. R. Con- 
ger, Editor. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Clavton, C. F. 
McCabe, P. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Hvatt, R. B. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Carlile, F. M. 
Hyatt, J. B. 

BAKERS. 
Liles-Ruffln 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. 



BATTLEBORO. 

Population, 1910: 300. 
No. white polls. 200 ; No. colored 
polls. 100. 

Tax Rate: SOc. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. J. Hathaway. 

Chief of Police— A. T. Stewart. 

City Clerk— Geo. W. Strickland. 

Treasurer — Geo. W. Strickland. 

Tax Collector — A. T. Stewart. 

Postmistress — Mrs. J. B. Stokes. 

R. R. Agent — J. D. Ripley, Atlantic 
Coast L'ne. 

Express Agent — J. D. Ripley. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— W. M. Hnggins, Pastor. 

Episcopal — R. B. Owens, Rector. 

Methodist — J. W. Franek. Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Battleboro Higrh School — 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 

Braswell, M. C, 



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EDGEG< IMBE COUNTY. 



CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Braswell, M. C. 
Williams, E. A. 

HOTELS. 
Gainor House. 

COTTON GINS AND OIL MILES. 
Battleboro Oil Co. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
Braswell, M. C. 

DOCTORS. 
Marriott, H. B. 
Flemming. W. L. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Braswell, M. C. 
Williams, E. A. 
Hathaway, J. J., & Bro. 
Edwards, W. E., & Son. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & 3I'F*R'S. 
Braswell, M. C. 
Williams, E. A. 
Hathaway, J. J.. & Bro. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Braswell, M. C. 



. WHITAKERS. 

Incorporated in 1872. 

Population. 1910: White. 600; col- 
ored, 266; total, 866. 

Value real estate, $32.782 ; value per- 
sonal property, $19,610. 

Tax Rate: 35c. 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. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— J. W. Franck, Pastor. 

Methodist Protsetant— C. L. Whita 
ker, Pastor. 

Primitive Baptist — A. J. Moore, Pas- 
tor. 

Disciple— J. W. Tyndal, Pastor. 

Baptist — Duncan McLeod, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Whitakers High School— E. R. Set- 
tle, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of AVhitakers— W. T. Braswell, 
President; W. J. Taylor, Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 

Braswell. .T. C. 
Ray, J. C. 
Cobb, W. H. 

DENTISTS. 

Cutchin, R. S. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Whitakers Pharmacy. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Bradley, R. A., & Bro. 
Tucker. G. F., & Co. 
Bond, W. H. 
Mann. O. D. 



Knight, W. S 

Cutchin. J. S. 

Cutchin, F. H. 

Pittman <& Pittman. 

Harris. Wm. 

Woodard, Mrs. R. H. 

Dinton, Cicero. 

Cutchin, J. B. 

Moore, J. C, & Bros. Co. 

Gardner. L. B. 

Bloom. Max. 

Moore. O. J.. & Co. (Wholesale). 
HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Whitakers Hardware Co. 

Southern Hardware Mfg. Co. 
GROCERS. 

Whitakers Grocery Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 

Ethridge, Caleb. 

Woody, Mrs. O. S. 

Askew. J. D. 

Batts, Mrs. W. F. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Wheeless. 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). 

Winstead, R. W.. (Rough and 
Dressed Lumber). 

Whitakers Oil Co. 



White, ISO; col- 
lue per- 



PINETOPS. 

Incorporated in 1903. 

Population. 1910: 
ored. 29; total, 209. 

Value real estate $32,782; v 
sonal property. $19,610. 

Tax Rate: 25c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— E. L. Pitt. 

Postmaster — W. L. Dunn. 

Chief of Police — Geo. A. Summerlin. 

R. R. Agent— J. V. Cobb, East Caro- 
lina Railroad. 

Manager Telegraph — ,T. V. Cobb. 
Western Union Telegraph & Cable Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— Z. A. McWhorter, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Pinetops High School — Miss Indi- 
ana Young, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Pinetops Banking Company — H. C. 
Bridgers, President; J. Y. Cobb, 
Cashier. 

JEWELERS. 
Laxigley, R. R. 

DOCTORS. 
Wooten, A. M. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Dunn, W. L. 
Walston & Harrell. 
Cobb. ,T. E. & Co. 



Bank with the largest Bank in the County and be sure that 
whatever accommodations yoai may require. 



you can get 



The Planters Bank of Rocky Mount, N. C. 



CAPITAL 



.$100,000.00 SURPLUS AND PROFITS. .$60,000.00 



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EDGECOMBE COUNT*. 



Harrell & Norville. 
Phillips, W. E. 
Summerlin, Geo. A. 
Reason, W. L. 
Jenkins, A. B. 
Webb & Bros. 
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. 



SPEED. 

Population. 1010: White, 55; col- 
ored, 10: total. 65. 

Postmaster — A. J. Parker. 

R. R. Agent— D. H. Parker, A. C. Tu 
Railway Co. 

Manager Teleerraph — 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. 
Jones. J. P. 
Satterthwaite, J. W. 
Speed Supply Co. 
Lucas. W. W. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Thigpen. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Thigpen, C. G. 

COTTON GINS. 

Speed Milling Co. 

OIL MILLS. 

Speed Milling Co. 

SAAV MILLS. 

Farker, A. J. 

GRIST MILLS. 

Parker, A. J. 



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MACCLESFIELD. 

Incorporated in 1001. 

Ponulation, 1910: White, 37~>; 
ored, SO; total, 405. 

Value real estate, $41,6S5; value per- 
sonal property, $23,118. 

Tax Rate: 33 l-3c. on the $100. 



TOWN 

Mayor — W. M. 



OFFICERS. 

Moore. 
Postmaster — K. C. Lewis, 
Chief of Police— J. F. 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. 
Webb & Webb. 
Harris, W. L. 
Felton, A. B. 
Macclesfield Supply Co. 
Winstead, J. T. 
Gray. Ellis & Son. 
Phillips Bros. & Co. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 

Walton, C. B. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Forbes, J. A. 
Stanfield, .1. G. 

SAW MILLS. 
Corbitt & Moore. 
Kale, Thadeus. 

COTTON GINS. 
Corbitt & Moore. 
Kale, Thadeus. 

GRIST MILLS. 
Kale, Thadeus. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Walton Brick Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Edwards, J. Walter. 



CONETOE. 

Incorporated in 1SS7. 
Population. 1010: 225. 
Tax Rate: 35c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— C. J. H. Stancill. 
Clerk— J. P. Ellis. 
Treasurer — J. B. Warren. 
Tax Collector— C. J. H. Stancill. 
Chief of Police — Oscar Bryant. 
Postmaster — J. E. Bulluck. 
R. R. Agent — S. L. Gardner. 
Express Agent — S. L. Gardner. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Everett, D. E. 

DOCTORS. 
Simpson. J. Robt. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Bullock, W. B. 
Dawson, Warren, & Co. 
Clark, J. H.. & Son. 
Everett, E. A. 
Hardy, W. A. 
Bryant, Crofford. 
Dail, J. W. 



ROCKY MOUNT. 

Situated partly in Edgecombe and 
partly in Nash. For full information 
see Nash, 



The Planters Bank of Rocky Mount, N. C. 

DIRECTORS— M. C. Braswell, H. B. Bryan, Geo. S. Edwards, M. R. Bras- 
well, J. R. Sorsby, J. C. Braswell, J. M. Sherrod, W. S. 
Wilkinson, H. B. Marriott, W. H. Newell, W. T. Williford. 
WE SOLICIT YOUR ACCOUNT. 



FORSYTH COUNTY. 



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FORSYTH COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, WINSTON-SALEM. 



Benj. Forsyth, of Germanton. 



roads and 



Population: (Census 1910), 47,311. 

Formed in 1848. Named in honor of Col 
Stokes County. 

Area: 340 square miles. 

Value of real estate, .$9,027,374; value of personal property, $9,407,220 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, .$18.021,758 ; by negroes, $538,230. 

No. of Schools: For whites, SI; for negroes, 22. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 55c. on the $100; poor, 21 2-3c. 
bridges, 33 l-3c : special, 20c. 

County bonded debt, $55,000. 

Public Road's: Worked by taxation; convicts used. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

North State Telephone Co., assessed value $ 110.00 

Kernersville Telephone Co., assessed value 900.00 

Muddy Creek Telephone Co., assessed value 144.00 

Good Will Telephone Co.. assessed value 531.00 

Southern Railway Co., 36.71 miles, assessed value 1,436.098.70 

Atlantic and Yadkin Railway, 10.77 miles, assessed value 120,319.00 

North Carolina Midland Railroad, 13.73 miles, assessed value.. 2S1.462.95 

Winston-Salem Southbound Railroad, 7.16 miles, assessed value 160,744.00 

Southern Power Co., assessed value 8,523.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 13,872.45 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 85,509.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 6,529.07 

Fries Manufacturing Co., assessed value 76,513.00 

Norfolk and Western Railway. 15.30 miles, assessed value 339,649.00 

I'ostal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 1,124.02 

Winston-Salem Light and Fuel Co., assessed value 4S.900.00 

Farmers Quickstep Telephone Co., assessed value 365.00 

Midway Telephone Co., assessed value 19S.00 

Rural Telephone Co., assessed value 2,880.00 

Hosier Telephone Co., assessed value 250.00 

Pullman Co., assessed value 2.5S0.20 

Superior Court Terms: January 29th (criminal); February 12th (civil); 
May 20th (criminal) ; June 3d (civil) : July 22d (criminal) ; September 9th. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — R. E. Trausou, 
Bethania. 

Sheriff— Geo. W. Flynt, Winston. 

Register of Deeds — Henry W. Mas- 
ten, Winston. 

Treasurer — G. L. Beck, Winston. 

Coroner— W. N. Dalton. Winston. 

Surveyor — E. A'. Conrad, Winston. 

Co. Supt. of Health— Dr. John By- 
num. Winston. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— W. B. Speas, 
Winston. 

Supt. of County Home — J. L. Wag- 
oner, Winston. 

Co. Board of Education— J. F. Grif- 
fith, Winston ; E. W. Hauser, Beth- 
ania; J. W. Pinnix, Kernersville. 

County Commissioners — J. A. Vance, 
(chrm.), P. H. Haynes, V. O. Rober- 
son. 

County Board of Elections — Wm. T. 
Wilson (chrm.), Winston-Salem: Geo. 
II. Hauser, Winston ; B. C. Tavis, 
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. ; C. R. Atkins. 

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. ; M. W. Vance, 
Belews Creek, R. F .D. 

Bethania — J. A. Simmons, Rural 
Hall; .Tno. N. Anderson. Rural Hall; 
R. O. Butner, Bethania; C. L. Holland, 
Winston-Salem, R. F. D. ; J. G. Clay- 
ton. Rural Hall ; Eugene B. Shore. 

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. Knouse. Winston-Salem ; J. H. 
Motsinger. 

Clemmonsville — Jno. J. McKenzie, 
Clemmons : Jilson A. Sheek, Clem- 
mons, R. F. D. ; T. W. Griffith, Clem- 
mons ; W. H. Davis. Clemmons ; Frank 
Cook, Clemmons ; J. L. Phelps, Clem- 
mons. 

Kernersville — J. M. Guyer, Kerners- 
ville; Thos. B. Wilson, Kernersville; 
Jesse W. Sapp. Kernersville; C. L. 



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Linville, Kernersville; N. H. Smith. 

Lewisville — A. A. Styers, Clemrnons, 
R. P. D.; J. R. AYhitrnan, Lewisville; 
A. B. Harper, W. R. Wagoner. 

Middle Fork — Chas. M. Hauser, Win- 
ston-Salein, R. F. D. ; E. W. Linville, 
Walkertowu; L. M. Disher, Walker- 
town ; C. W. Jones, AA'alkertown ; 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- 
baccoville ; C. E. Holder, Tobaceoville, 
R. F. D. ; C. F. Hauser, Tobaceoville, 
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; J. L. Marshall. 

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. 
AYulker, 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. 
I). ; J. T. Jones. E. D. Sides, J. H. 
Morris. 

Vienna — R. C. Lineback, Winston- 
Salem, R. F. D. ; E .W. Hauser, Pfaff- 
town ; J. S. Conrad, Pfafftown ; W. H. 
Goslin, Pfafftown; E. A. Conrad. W. 
R. Needham. 

AVinston — J. C. Bessent. Winston- 
Salem; R. A. Jenkins. Winston- 
H. AY. Stanford, AYinston-Salern ; P. 
T. Lehman. AVmston-Saleni : Z. T. 
Bynum, E. O. Curtis, Winston-Salem; 
John G. Young, Winston-Salem; AA*. 
T. Carter. Winston-Salem; John W. 
Swain. Winston-Salem; S. J. Bennett, 
Winston-Salem; C. W. Snider, Win- 
ston-Salem; Geo. W. Blum, AVinston- 
Salem. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Christian— P. B. Abbott, Pfafftown : 
Brantley Hendricks, Pfafftown; J. P. 
Binkley, Clemmons ; Jno. V. Warner, 
Clemmons; J. W. Wolff, Rural Hall. 

Methodist— G. W. Williams. Rural 
Hall; H. C. Byrum. Kernersville; A. 

G. Loftin. Lewisville ; J. C. Homan, 
AA'alkertown. 

Baptist — W. H. West, Kernersville; 
J. T. Kirk, Lewisville. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Walkertown Public Schools — Rev. 
C. H. Wenhold, Principal, Walker- 
town. 

Clemmons School — J. E. Hall, Prin- | 
cipal, Clemmonsville, 



Kernersville Public High School — 

T. Hendrix, Principal, Kernersville. 

Lewisville Public High School — 
Wm. H. Welch, Principal, Lewisville. 

Bethania Public High School — AY. 

C. Guess, Principal, Bethania. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Flynt, S. F., Rural Hall. 

Hammock, J. C, Walkertown. 

Carlton, R. L., Kernersville. 

Justice, J. T., Kernersville. 

Linville, A. Y., AVinston-Salem. 

Dalton, W. N., AA T inston-Salem. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Miekle, C. F., Pfafftown, R. F. D. 

Kapp, E. E., Tobaceoville. 

Doub, S. G., & Co.. Tobaceoville. 

Moser, C. C, Lewisville. 

Holland, Thos.. & Co., Lewisville. 

Lehman & Butner. Bethania. 

Davis <fe Allen, Clemmons. 

Doub, S. G. & Co., Tobaceoville. 

Harper, A. B., Clemmons. 

Shore, W. J., Clemmons. 

Carter & James, .Tolliet. 

Hine. F. T., Old Town. 

Spainhour & Flynn, Donnoha. 

Speas, J. W.. Donnoha. 

Ward Bros. & Reed, Donnoha. 
FLOl'R, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Kapp & Miller Co., Rural Hall. 

Spach Bros. (Roller Mills). AVinston. 

Bethania Stock Co. (Roller Mill), 
Bethania. 

Sides. L. H. (Roller Mills), Clem- 
mons. 

SAW MILLS. 

Hauser. George H.. AA T inston-Salem. 

Sprinkle Bros.. Dosier. 

Lei.u'ht Bros.. AA^alkertown. 

Tucker Bros.. Winston. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Carter, Miss Jessie, Belews Creek, 
R. F. D. 1. 

Flynt, Miss Manie, Belews Creek. 

Butner. Miss . Bertha, Bethania. 

Tise, Miss Fannie, Bethania. 

Orrell. Miss Carrie E.. Clemmons. 

Sprinkle. Miss Fannie. Clemmons, 
R. F. D. 1. 

Sheets. Miss Hattie. Clemmons, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Boner, Miss Blanche, Clemmons, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Warner, Miss Clara, Clemmons, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

AA'arner, Miss Bessie, Clemmons, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Holder, Miss Ora, Clemmons. R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Miller, Miss Ida, Clemmons, R. F. 

D. No. 1. 

Phillips. Miss Bessie, Clemmons. R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Lowder. Airs. Artie. Clemmons, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Kirk, J. T.. Clemmons. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 



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231 



Holder, M. A., Clernmons, K. F. D. 
No. 1. ' 

Blackburn, W. E., Clernmons, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Nelson, J. L., Clernmons, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Davis, P. D., Clernmons, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Mulliean. Miss Jennie, Clernmons, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Mulliean, Miss Emma, Clernmons. 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Phelps, Miss Flossie, Clernmons, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Wesner, R. F., Enterprise. 

Perrell, D. F., Germantown, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Pinnix. J. W., Kernersville. 

Byrum, H. C, Kernersville. 

Pinnix, Miss Maude, Kernersville. 

Stewart. Miss Huron. Kernersville. 

Hedgecock. Miss Minnie. Kerners- 
ville. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Shields, Miss Cora, Kernersville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Bodenhamer, E. L.. Kernersville, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Hedgecock. Y. R.. Kernersville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Hedceeock. R. T.. Kernersville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Shields, O. E., Kernersville, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

McKaughan, .T. H.. Kernersville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Crews, Miss Floss. Kernersville. 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Fnlton, Miss Essie, Kernersville. R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Yanee, Miss Gertrude. Kernersville. 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Morris, Miss Fleda. Kernersville, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Sapp, R. N.. Kernersville. R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Crews. E. ■ B., Kernersville. R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Whicker, J. N., Kernersville, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Tabor, Miss Margaret. Lewisville. 

Craft, Miss Pearl, Lewisville. 

Craft, Miss Carrie. Lewisville. 

Benbow, Jay L.. Oak Ridge. 

Abbott, P. B., Pfafftown. 

Goslen, J. W., Oak Ridge. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Goslen. Mrs. Lula Carter. Pfaff- 
town. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Pfaff. Miss Louise, Pfafftown, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Boroth. Miss Maude, Pfafftown, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Mickle, Miss Lillian. Pfafftown, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Hauser, Miss Blanche, Pfafftown. R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Whittincton, Miss Marvlillie, Pfaff- 
town, R. F. D. No. 1. 



Whittington, Miss Flora, Pfaff- 
town, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Whittington, Miss Elizabeth, Pfaff- 
town, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Bell. Miss Nora, Rural Hall. 

Shore, Miss Mamie, Rural Hall. 

Sutton. S. G., Rural Hall. 

Helsabeck. H. O.. Rural Hall. 

Shore. J. I., Rural Hall. 

Sullivan. Miss Florence, Rural Hall, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Sullivan, Miss Anna, Rural Hall, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Hendrix, Miss A. B., Tobaccoville. 

Holder, Miss H. B.. Tobaccoville. 

Hauser, Miss Chas. F., Tobaccoville, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Wolff. Miss Wm. L.. Tobaccoville, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Spainhower. Miss Bertha. Tobacco- 
ville. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Spainhower, Miss Nell, Tobacco- 
ville. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Leak. Miss Daisy, Walkertown. 

Deshazo, Miss Mattie. Walkertown. 

Bladkburn, MJss Bettie, Walker- 
town. 

Elkins. W. B., Walkertown. 

Whicker, Miss Eudora, Walker- 
town. 

Hall. S. W., Winston-Salem. 
Sides, S. A., Winston-Salem. 
Sides. E. D., Winston-Salem. 
Pulliam. O. L., Winston-Salem. 
Trivett. J. C. Winston-Salem. 
Dimette. Walter. Winston -Salem. 
Swain. J. Wiseman. Winston-Salem. 
Messer. F. D. L.. Winston-Salem. 
Clinard, W. B.. Winston-Salem. 
Swain. Mrs. Ila. Winston-Salem. 

Robertson, Miss Nannie. Winston- 
Salem. 

Mock, Miss Gertrude, Winston- 
Salem. 

Montgomery, Miss Louise, Winsfon- 
Salem. 

Freeman. Miss Yearl, Winston- 
Salem. 

Messer, Miss Zilphia, Winston- 
Salem. 

Walker, Miss Flo-rence, Winston- 
Salem. 

Davenport, Miss Elsie, Winston- 
Salem. 

Welfare. Miss Drewdy, Wiuston- 
Salem. 

Foy, Miss Bessie, Winston -Salem. 

Powers, Miss Mary, Winston 
Salem. 

Bodenhamer, Miss Bess. Winston- 
Salem. 

Stafford, Miss Sara, Winston- 
Salem. 

Poindexter, Miss Margaret. Win- 
ston-Salem. 

Alspaugh. Miss Maude, Winston- 
Salem. 



FORSYTH COUNTY. 



Timberlake, Miss Pearl. Winston- 
S;ilera. 

Zigler, Mrs. Bessie, Winston-Salem. 

Angel, Miss Daisv, Winston Salem, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Yarborouirh, Miss Grace, Wmston- 
Salem, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Norman, Miss Sarah, Winston-Sa- 
lem, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Pfaff, Miss Maude, Winston Salem, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Conrad, Mrs. Frances, Winston-Sa- 
lem, 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. 

Hauser. Pinkney, Winston-SaBem, 
F. F. D. No. 2. 

Cox, Miss Anna, Winston-Salem, R. 
F. D.F. D. No. 3. 

Miller. S- L.. Winston-Salem. R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Miller. Miss Lillie. Winston-Salem, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

Shouse. Miss Laura. Winston-Sa- 
lem, R. F. D. No. 7. 

Limeback, Miss Addie. Winston- 
Salem, R. F. D. No. 7. 

Long. Miss Ida, Winston-Salem, R. 
F. D. No. 7. 

Murray, J. W., Winston-Salem, R. 
F. D. No. 7. 

Guess, Prof. W. C, Bethania. 

Mecum, Miss Jennie, Bethania. 

Hendrix. Prof. T.. Kernersville. 

Welch. Prof. W. H., Lewisville. 

Wenhold. Prof. Chas. H.. Walker- 
town. 

Wenhold. Mrs. Chas. H.. Walker- 
town. 



WINSTON- SALEM. 

Population, 1910: 22,700 (including 
suburbs): No. white polls. 1,866; No. 
colored polls. 1,399. 

Estimated value real aud personal 
property. $33.«OO.O0O. 

Tax Rate: -Sl.OO on the $100. 

Bonded debt. SS15.000. 

Floating debt, $106,741. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— R. I. Dalton. 

Chief of Police — .T. A. Thomas. 

Treasurer — Wm. D. Jackson. 

Tax Collector — H. L. Riggins. 

Recorder — G. H. Hastings. 

Clerk Recorder's Court— W. T. 
Penry. 

City Attorneys — Manly. Hendren & 
Womble. 

City Supt. Health— J. E. Dowdy. 

City Supt. Schools— R. H. Latham. 

Postmaster — C. A. Reyuolds. 

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. ; D. F. Cason, Western 
Union Tel. Co. 

Telephone Manager — W. B. Little, 
Southern Bell Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

31ethodist— (Centenary), S. W. Tay- 
lor, Pastor; (West End). W. A. Lam- 
both, Pastor; E. L. Bain; (Southside 
and Salem), J. S. Hiott; (Grace and 
Liberty), L. W. Collins. 

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. Swaim; (Evange- 
list). F. M. Day: Samuel F. Keatin. 

Preshyterian (First Church), Neal 
L. Anderson; (N. Winston), Geo. W. 
Lpp 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

City Schools — R. H. Latham, Super- 
intendent. 

High School — L. Lea, Principal. 

North Winston Graded School— 
Thos. H. Cash. Principal. 

West End Graded School— Miss Lil- 
lian Jenkins. Principal. 

East Winston Graded School — Miss 
Ada Roan. Principal. 

Salem Female Academy and Col- 
lege — Rev. H. Rondthaler. President. 

Twin-City Business College — Chas. 
L. Padgett, President. 

Tinsley Military Institute — J. W. 
Tinsley, Headmaster; W. E. Ennis. 
Commandant. 

Salem Boy's School — J. F. Brower, 
Principal. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Fosle Bros. Co. 

Barrett. C. W. 

J. F. Ange Const. Co. 

Caldwell Const. Co. 

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. 



FORSYTH COUNTY. 



BAKERS. 

Winkler, Mrs. A. W. 

Pearson, S. A. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Byerly, R. F., Co. 

Hedgecock & Hine. 

Snyder, S. A. 

Winston Brick & Tile Co. 

Carter & Co. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Dixie Shoe Mfg. Co. (Wholesale). 

Jenkins Bros. Shoe Co. (Wholesale 
Mfgrs.). 

Brown, F. C, Sons Co. 

Daye, A., & Co. 

Fletcher Bros. Co. 

Jones & Gentry. 

Lashmit, J. L. 

Peoples Shoe Store. 

Meyers-Westbrook Co. 

Miller, B. A., & Co. 

Neely, J. A. 

Newman, J. I. 

Johnson & Barr. 

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. S. Kuykendall, Secre- 
tary and Treasurer. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Hawkins, G. W. 

Mickey & Fnrnum. 

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 Zinzendorf. 

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. 

Thomas, Hansell. 

Vaughn, E. D., & Co. 

Vernay, F. S. 

Johnson, R. T. J. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S 

Cranford & Snyder. 

Nissen. C. F.. Co. 



Nissen, G. E., & Co. 
Nissen, S. J., Co. 
Winston Vehicle Co. 
Spach Brothers. 
Winston Vehicle Co. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

P. H. Hanes Spinning Co. 

Fries, F. & H. 

Chatham Manufacturing Co. 

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. 

Southsioe Roller Mills. 

Wachovia Mills. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Fogle Bros. Co. (Lumber). 

Hoover. A. L., & Co. 

Miller Bros. Co. 

Phillips, J. H. 

Smith-Phillips Lumber Co. 

Woolen Mills. 

Chatham Manufacturing Co. (Wool 
en). 

Fries, F. & H. (Woolen). 

Ogburn. 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). 

Smith. M. D., & Co. 

Speas Manufacturing Co. 

Sheppard & Phillips. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Crystal Candy Co. 

Daye. Henry. 

Brandon, A. C. 

Side. Isam. 

Starbous-h, H. 

McGee. J. W. 

FRUITS AND PRODUCE. 

Barbe & Sharpe. 

Gardner & Clark (Wholesale). 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Fogle Bros. Co. 

Miller. Gaston. 

Miller & Hiatt. 

Ordway. S. S.. Sons & Co. 

Anse. J. F. 

Caldwell Const. Co. 

Miller, B. A. 

Speas Manufacturing Co. 

Sheppard & Phillips. 

Holiadav & 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. 



234 FORSYTH 


COUNTY. 


CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 


Johnson, W. M. 


FURNISHERS. 


Lockett, E. A. 


Boyles Bros. Co. 


Lott, H. S. 


Brown, Frank C, Sons Co. 


Pfohl, S. F. 


Cranford, N. L. 


Spainhour, E. H. 


Daye, A., & Co. 


Spencer, W. O. 


Fletcher Bros. 


Summers, C. L. 


Jacobs, Joe, Clothing Co. 


Linville, W. C. 


McDowell & Rogers. 


Fleming, C. J. (Veterinary). 


Meyers-Westbrook Co. 


Bahnson, H. T. 


Robinson, E. 


Nicholson, J. P. 


Rosenbacher & Bro. 


Echols, R. M. (Osteopath). 


Sleth, A., & Co. 


Grainger, C. H. (Osteopath). 


Johnson. R. E. 


Laurence, Fred S. 


American Woolen Co. 


Craig. S. D. 


Columbia Tayloring Co. 


Fox, Dr. 


Shapiro, A. 


Wiggins, J. C. 


Winston Clothing Co. 


Mitchell, A. S. 


Woodruff, J. M., & Co. 


Long, V. M. 


Hitchcock-Trotter Co. 


DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 


Mock- Ban by -Stockton Co. 


Hitchcock-Trotter Co. 


DEPARTMENT STORES. 


Meyers-Westbrook Co. 


Hitchcock-Trotter Co. 


Rosenbacher & Bro. 


Meyers-Yv'estbrook Co. 


Fletcher, J. H., & Co. 


Rosenbacher & Brother. 


Daye, A., & Co. 


Daye, A.. & Co. 


Fred E. Shore Co. 


DENTISTS. 

Apple, R. 0. & T. A. 


Xading, H. A. (Wholesale). 
Davis, J. N. 


Horton, H. V. 


Davis, Mrs. R. 


Horton. P. E. 


Hester, J. W., Co. 


Jones. R. H. 
Lee, C. 0. 
Sapp. C. C. 
Blum. J. A. 
TOBACCO M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS 


Adams, J. J., & Co. 


American Stock Co. 


Gilmer Bros. Co. (Wholesale). 


Marler-Dalton-Gilmer Co. (Whole- 
sale). 
Misses Martin (Ladies' Furnishing 


Bailey Bros. 
Bohannon, F. M. 


Brown & Williamson. 


Parlor). 


Flint. J. G. 
Liipfert-Scales Co. 
Ogburn Hill & Co. 


Spaus'b. E. J. 
Cartel- & Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 


Reynolds, R. J., Tobacco Co. 
Taylor Brothers. 


Farmers' Stock Co. 

Kress. H. S., 5. 10 and 25c. Store. 


Whitaker-Harvev Co. 


POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 


tobacco' supplies. 


Fries Manufacturing & Power Co. 


Martin, Watt. 


Winston -Salem Light & Fuel Co. 


FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 


(Gas). 


Southern Chemical Co. 


GARAGES. 


Union Guano Co. 


The Motor Co. 


Yadkin Lime Co. 


The American Cadillac Co. 


DRUGGISTS. 


The Acme Motor Co. 


O'Hanlon. 


Montague Garage. 


Owens Drug Co. 


Carolina Caddillac Co. 


Asbell Drug Co. 


W.-S. Auto and Rubber Co. 


Thompson Drug Co. 


FLORISTS. 


Vaughn-Crutchfield & Co. (Whole- 


Walker, G. I. 


sale). 


McNulty, Martin. 


Asbell, L. P... Drug Co. 


Grunert. R. L. 


Winston Drug Co. (Wholesale). 


FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 


Fairview Drug Co. 


Rose, Sam. 


Ring, W. A. 


Marshall, John. 


DOCTORS. 


Pleasant, E. F. 


Bynum, John. 


Styron, T. P. 


Dalton. D. N. 


Land, John. 


Davis. A. P. 


Hardman, Chas. 


Schallert, P. O. 


FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 


Fearrington, J. P. 


Salem Iron Works. 


Grav. E. P. 


Crawford Plumbing & Mill Supply 


Jewett, R. D. 


Co. 


Kapp. H. H. 


Force. V.. '/... Pump C>. 



FORSYTH COUNTY. 



Cook-Lewis Foundry Co. 
Vance, J. A., & Co. 
Briggs, Shaffner & Co. 
FURNITURE DEALERS & M'F'RS. 

Crim-Cantrell Furniture Co. 
Huntley-Hill-Stockton Co. 
Piedmont Furniture Co. 
Rorninger, C. D. 
Sledge Furniture Co. 
Forsyth Furniture Co. 
Oakland Manufacturing Co. 
Huntley, B. F., Co. 
Kelley Handle Co. 
Forsyth Furniture Co. 
Forsyth Iron Bed Co. 
Jones Bros. 

GROCERS. 
Wholesale. 
Horn, R. B., & Co. (Candy Mfgr.). 
Cromer Brothers. 
Barbee-Sharpe Produce Co. 
Bfird Brothers. 
Hancock Grocery Co. 
Messick, B. R. 
Norman-Moir-Dalton Co. 
Taylor, Jno. M. 
Vaughn & Co. 
Joyce Bros. Co. 
Norman & Bagby. 
Smitherman & Stone. 

Retail. 
Adams, J. J. 
Allen, Jas. 
Banks, F. B. 
Brothers. W. J. 
Bran, T. R. 

Baynes' Mercantile Co. 
Blackburn, Win. 
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. (Feed and Hay). 
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. 
Foister Electric Co. 



Wall-Huske (Hardware and Bug- 
gies). 

Davis 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.) 

Galloway & Jenkins (Fire). 

Wachovia Bank & Trust Co. (Fire). 

Lineback, Jas. S. (Fire). 

The Follin Co. (Fire). 

Winston Agency Co. (Fire.) 

Spaugh, H. W. (Fire). 

Johnson, C. E. (Fire). 

Jerome, W. G. 

Money, R. H. (Fire). 

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.) 

Sam, Chas. (Chinese). 

Lee, Hop. (Chinese.) 

LAWYERS. 

Williams, Philip 

Stras. Beverly W. 

Nance, D. A. 

Parish, F. M. 

Robinson, J. M. 

Tohnson, Read 

Alspaugh, J. W. 

Alexander, J. E. 

Baldwin, F. T. 

Beckerdite, H. L. 

Benbow & Hall. 

Blair, D. H. 

Blair, W. A. 

Eller, A. H. 

Glenn, R. B. 

Gray, E. E. 

Griffith, E. A. 

Grogan, J. S. 

Hartman, W. V. 

Hasting & Linville. 

Hawkins, D. D. 

Holton, A. E. 

Josey, Edwin B. 

Manly, Hendren & Womble. 

Montague, H. 

Palmer. Jay. 

Patterson, J. L. 

Pell. G. P. 



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FORSYTH COUNTY. 



Sapp, H. O. 

Starbuck, H. R. 

Swink, L. M. 

Tavis, B. C. 

Watson, Buxton & Watson. 

Wilson, Wm. T. 

Womble, B. S. 

Sams & Parham. 

LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 

Shepperd & Phillips. 
Speas Lumber Co. 
Smitb. M. D.. & Co. 
Mengel Box Co. 
Fogle Bros. Co. 
Miller Bros. 
Pbillips, J. H. 
Sbelton, J. E.. Box Co. 
Sheppard, O. J. 
Smith-Phillips Lumber Co. 
Miller, Gaston. 

MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS. 

Consolidated Granite Co. 

Forsyth Marble Co. 

Winston-Saleni Marble & Granite 
Works. 

Bennett. J. A. & C. E. 

Shell, H. E. 

Well Bros. Co. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 

Brown-Rogers Co. 

Crawford Plumbing & Mill Supplv 
Co. 

Winston Supply and Contracting 
Co. 

Wall-Huske Co. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Brown-Roeers Co. 
Clinard, W. H. 
O'Hanlon, E. W. 
Owens Drug Co. 
Phillips, .T. H. 
Sink & Pansier. 

PAINTERS. 

Sink & Fansler. 
Fergurson, C. L. 
Martin, L. E. 
Fair-cloth, S. A. 
Reynolds Sia;n System. 
Clinard, W. H. 

PLUMBERS. 

Brickenstein, L. B. 

Crawford Plumbing and Mill Sup- 
ply Co. 

McSwaim, G. W. 

Winston Supply and Contracting 
Co. 

Maynard & Crutchfield. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 

Bowen, R. J., & Co. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Twin-City Studio. 

Lineback, H. A. 

Farrell & Edwards. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 

Twin City Press. 

The Barber 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. 

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. 

Jerome, W. G. 

Edmunds, T. V. 

Tice. J. C. 

Walker. R. T. 

Wade, L. A. 

Jones, C. H. 

TAILORS. 

Fischer & Shaffer. 
Bennett, S. S. 
Silverberg, H. 

UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Huntley-Hill-Stockton Co. 
Vogler, F. H.. & Son. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Faircloth, S. A. 
Clinard, W. H. 
Sink & Fansler. 

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 (Monthly) — H. E. Rond- 
thaler. Editor. 

Blum's Farmers' and Planters' Al- 
manac (Annually) — Cast & Keehlin, 
Editors. 

Our Rural Home and Carriers' Mes- 
senger (Monthly) — J. Hampton Rich, 
Editor. 

Twin City Sentinel (Daily) — Henry 
R. Dwire, Editor. 

Southern Tobacco Journal (Weekly) 
— G. E. Webb, Editor. 

Union Republican (Weekly) — J. B. 
Goslin, Editor. 

Winston-Salem Journal (Daily) — 
Herbert B. Gunter. Editor. 

Black and Gold— Miss Mary Hor- 
ton. Editor. 

Western Sentinel ( Semi-Weekly) — 
J. J. Sterling, Editor. 



FOUSVTII COUNTY. 



BOTTLING WORKS. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Works. 

Tise, W. C, Bottling Works. 

Bennett, J. A. & C. E., Bottling 
Works. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Ogburn, M. L. 

Burke, P. E. (Roller Mills). 

Kester, J. W. (Roller MilL.i). 
bides, L. H. (Roller Mills). 

Pickett, David. (Shop, Wash and 
Ironing Boards). 

Meiadenliall & Co. (Saw and Grist 
Mill). 

Turner White Coffin Co. 

Winston Brick & Tile Co. 



KERNERSVILLE. 

Population, 1910: 1,450. 
No. white polls, 140; No. colored 
polls. 25. 
Value real estate. $318,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— W. C. Stafford. 

Treasurer — C. L. Linville. 

Tax Collector— R. B. Hasten. 

Postmaster — E. N. Linville. 

Telegraph Managers — C. R. Kerner, 
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 — H. C. Byruin, 
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. H. Men- 
d en hall, 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. 

Pegraru, W. H. 

COTTON GINS. 

Gentry. J- W. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Pinnix Drag Co. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Davis Hotel. 
Auto Inn Hotel. 
Pinnix, J. M. 

DOCTORS. 

Justice, J. T. 
Carlton. R. L. 



POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Kernersville Light & Power Co. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 
Watson, J. A. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
Fulp & Linville. 
Linville, C. L., & CO. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON AVORKS. 
Stuart, J. R. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. ' 
Kernersville Furniture Co. 
Ring Furniture Co. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Linville Brothers. 
Duckworth, R. A. 
Matthews, Will. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Joyce & Whicker. 
Wilborn, W. P. 
Davis, L. F., & Son. 
Self. F. W. 
Dudley & Huffines. 
Fulton, J. G. 
Linville, C. L., & Co. 
Linville, C. M. D. 
Lowry, J. A. 
Nelson & Winfree. 
Phillips, J. R. 
Phillips & Davis. 
Ring, R. W. 
Stafford & Griffith. 
Walker & Jordan. 
Watson. J. A. 
Marshall, E. Y. 
Linville, W. S., & Sons. 
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. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Forsyth News (Weekly) — F. A. Slate, 
Editor. 

NURSERIES. 
Van Lindley, J. 

PAINTERS. 
Beard, M. O. 
Huff, E. K. 
Korme, J. G. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Linville, W. S., & Son. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Beard. M. O. 
Korme. J. G. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Kernersville Furniture Mfg Co. 
American Hosiery Mills. 
Kernersville Roller Mills (Flour). 
Ring Furniture Co. 



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FRANKLIN COUNTY. 



FRANKLIN COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, LOUISBURG. 



Population: (Census 1910), 24,692. 

Formed in 1779. Named in honor of Benjamin Franklin. 

Area: 420 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $3,459.457 ; value personal property, SI. 911. 649. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, $5,371,106; by negroes. $190,510. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 77c. ou the $100; roads and bridges, 6c. 

Public Roads: Worked by bond issue in Louisburg and Youngsville 
townships. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway. 22.94 miles, assessed value S653.437.64 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 1.210.00 

Pullman Co., assessed value 2,508.42 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 4.177.95 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. assessed value 8.232.46 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 11.597.00 

Southside Telephone Co.. assessed value 200.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. assessed value 2.302.95 

Louisburg Telegraph Co., assessed value 500.00 

Superior Court Terms: August 19th (criminal cases); October 14th 
(civil cases) ; January 22d ; April 15th. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — J. .T. Barrow, 
Louisburg. 

Sheriff — W. M. Boone, Louisburg. 

Register of Deeds — J. B. Yarbor- 
ough, Louisburg. 

Treasurer — P. B. Griffin, Louisburs. 

Coroner — W. P. Simpson. Centerville. 

Surveyor — J. T. Inscoe. Castalia, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Co. Supt. of Health— J. 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, Louisburs:. 

Co. Board of Education— .T. C. Win- 
ston, Youngsville: A. W. Perrv. Louis- 
burs-. R. F. D. No. 2; H. D. Egerton, 
Laurel. 

County Commissioners — T. S. Collie 
(chrm.), Castalia. R. F. D. No. 2; J. 
O. Wilson, Mapleville; J. H. Ballen- 
tine. Bunn : J. H. Uzzle, Mapleville: 
J. H. Cook. Franklinton. 

County Board of Elections — F. W. 
Wheless. Louisburg : I. H. Kearney, 
Franklinton: G. W. \> hitaker, Youngs- 
ville. 

JUSTICES OF TiTTS PEACE. 

Dunn's 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. Kins. Louisburg, R. 
F. D. No. 1: J. A. Underhill. Louis- 
burg. R. F. D. No. 1: F. W. Justice. 
Louisburg. R. F. D. No. 1. 

Youngsville — J. R. Tharington, 
Youngsville; C. C. Winston, Youngs- 
ville. 

Franklinton — J. E. Nicholson. 



! Franklinton : E. W. 'Morris. Franklin- 
i 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. 
J Pleasants. Louisburg. 

Gold Mine — W. D. Upchurch, Cen- 
treville: Peter Collins. Centreville; A. 
S. J. Hamlet, Centreville. 

Cypress Creek — J. M. Sykes, Ma- 
pleville; W. F. Gay. Mapleville: J. G. 
Creetmore, Mapleville. 

Cedar Rock — T. W. Stokes. Louis- 
burs. R. F. D. No. 6: J. P. Davis. 
Castalia, R. F. D. No. 2: W. J. John- 
son. Louisburg. 

Louisburg — S. P. Boddie. Louis- 
burg; O. L. Ellis. Louisburg: W. E. 
Tucker. Louisburg; J. A. Turner. 
Louisburg. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Stamps, Mack. Louisburg. 

Williams, C. C, Matdeville R. F. D 
No. 1. 

Sledae, J. W.. Louisburg, R. F. i. 
No. 4. 

Duke. G. M.. Mapleville. 

Bunn. D. T., Spring Hope, R. I 

D. No. 2. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Bunn High School— Prof. Brough 
ton. Principal, Bunn. 

Ingleside High School — A. M. .Tone" 
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. 
Flovd, R. P.. Louisburg. R. F. D 
No. 1. 



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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. 

Bice, N., & Co., Bunn. 

Gupton, S. T., & Co., Wood. 

Griffin, R. H., Centreville. 

Strickland, R. H.. Louisburg, R. F. 
D. No. 6. 

COTTON GINS. 

Perry, J. R., & Co., Mapleville. 

Gupton, Charles, Laurel. 

Wheeles, J. R., Centreville. 

Upchurch, W. D., Centreville. 

Coppedge, W. B., Cedar Rock. 

Union Gin, Ingleside. 

Union Gin, Moulton. 

Harris, C. P., Margaret. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Gupton. Charles, Laurel. 

Allen, J. M.. & W. H., Louisburg. 

Perry, B. H., Louisburg. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Alford, Miss Pattie, Louisburg, R 
P. D. No. 2. 

Beves, Miss Lela, Pranklinton. 

Boone, Miss Eugenia, Castalia. 

Clifton, Miss Lizzie, Katesville. 

Conyers, Mrs. R. J., Youngsville. 

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. 

Pinnell, 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, Mra 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, 1910: 2,500. 
No. polls, 302. 

Value real estate, $540,S20 ; value 
personal property, $404,571. 
Tax Rate: $1.20 on the $100. 
Bonded debt, $77,000. 
Floating debt, $10,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— B. T. Holden. 

Chief of Police— J. C. Tucker. 

City Clerk— R. H. Davis. 

Treasurer — E. S. Ford. 

Tax Collector — R. H. Davis. 

City Attorney— W. H. Ruffin. 

City Supt. of Health— J. E. Maloue. 

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 CHURCHES. 

Baptist — L. W. Swope, Pastor. 

Episcopal — No pastor. 

Methodist— R. W. Bailey, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Eouisburg Graded School — W. R. 
Mills, Principal. 

Louisburg College for Women — Mrs. 
Mary D. Allen, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

First National Bank — W. H. Ruffin, 
President ; F. B. McKinne, Cashier. 
Farmers and Merchants Bank — F. 

N. Egerton, President; M. S. Clifton, 
Cashier. 

BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Franklin Perpetual B. & L. Ass'n. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Houck-Ford Co. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Allen, P. S. & K. K. 
Stokes, C. T. 
Hicks, B. G. 
Egerton, R. Z. 
Cooke. W. B. 

BOOK STORES. 
The Racket Store. 
Cooper & Bartholomew. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Weathers. J. W. 
Harris, E. L. 
Hill. J. D. 



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CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'B'S. 


FERTILIZER DEALERS. 


Louisburg Wagon Co. 


Stokes, C. T. 


Taylor, H. .C. 


McKinue Bros. 


Bill, K. 1'. 


Allen Bros. 


CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 


Griffin & Beasley. 


Hicks, L. P. 


Person, A. W. 


Pleasants, M. C. 


FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 


Hicks, B. G. 


Uzzell, W. E. 


CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 


Harris, W. H. 


Houck, M. F. 


Joyner, Oscar. 


Davis, M. S. 


Kelly, Richard. 


COAL DEALERS. 


FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 


Reavis, P. A., Co. 


Louisburg Plow Co. 


CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 


FURNITURE DEALERS. 


J. R. Collie. President; A. H. Flem- 


■White, W. E., Furniture Co. 


ing. Secretary. 


Hollingsworth, J. W. 


CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 


GROCERS. 


FURNISHERS. 


Reavis, P. A., Co. ( Wholesale). 


Allen. P. S. & K. K. 


Hicks, L. P. 


Wheless, F. W. 


Hicks, B. G. 


Deitz Bros. 


Stokes, C. T. 


Winston, J. P. 


King. J. W. 


COTTON GINS. 


McKinne Bros. 


Louisburg Cotton Oil Co. 


HARDWARE DEALERS. 


Griffin & Beasley. 


McKinne Bros. 


Cooper, W. J. 


Hicks, L. P. 


Allen, J. M., & W. H. 


HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 


DEPARTMENT STORES. 


Louisburg Hotel. 


Candler-Crowell Co. 


Bobbitt. J. H. 


Hall. Mrs. A. M. 


ARCHITECTS. 


DENTISTS. 


Houck, M. F. 


Fleming. A. H. 


Davis. M. S. 


Banks, C. H. 


INSURANCE AGENTS. 


TOBACCO DEALERS. 


Bailev, Wm. (Fire.) 


American Tobacco Co. 


Wilder, T. B. (Life and Fire). 


British-American Tobacco Co. 


Taylor, R. P. (Life.) 


Imperial Tobacco Co. 


Turner, J. A. (Life and Fire.) 


Cheatham. C. B.. Co. 


Baker, G. S. (Fire). 


Reynolds. R. J.. Co. 


JEWELERS. 


Parham, S. J. 


Johnson, J. H. 


Collie, J. R. 


LAWYERS. 


Meadows & Harris. 


Person, W. M. 


Ford. B. S. 


Ruffin. W. H. 


Riverside Warehouse Co. 


Yarborough, W. H., .jr. 


DRUGGISTS. 


Cooke. P. H. 


Beasley-Alston Drug Co. 


Wilder. Thos. B. 


Pleasants, F. R. 


Holden, B. T. 


Scoggin Drug Co.. The 


White, R. B. 


Aycock Drug Co. 


Malone, E. H. 


DOCTORS. 


LUMBER M'F'R'S AND DEALERS 


Burt, S. P. 


Louisburg Lumber Co. 


Malone, J. E. 


Mann, W. H. 


Yarborough, R. F. 


Ford. G. W. 


Ellis, O. L. 


Allen. T. K. 


Newell. H. A. 


Leonard Bros. 


Newell. J. O. 


Mitchiner Bros. 


DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 


COTTON BUYERS. 


Candler-Crowell Co. 


Stokes. C. T. 


Hall. Mrs. A. M. 


McKinne Bros. 


POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 


Person. A. W. 


Louisburg Electric Co. 


Ford, G. W. 


FRUIT DEALERS, 


Lehman. J. 


Pleasants, M. C. 


PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 


Joyner. J. M. 


Hicks. L. P. 


Hicks, L. P. 


McKinne Bros. 


Cooper & Bartholomew. 


Standard Oil Co. 


Bartholomew, W. E. 


PAINTERS. 


Hi^ks, B. G. 


Cfosson, R. R. 



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241 



PRODUCE DEALERS. 

Howell, J. T. 

Joyner, J. M. 

Odom, E. 

Bartholomew, W. E. 

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. 

Louisburg Echoes (Monthly) — Sen- 
iors Louisburg College, Editors. 
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Smithwick, D. T. 

Wilder, Thomas B. 

BUILDING MATERIAL. 

McKinne Bros. 

Hicks, L. P. 

Louisburg: Lumber Co 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS 

White, W. E., Furniture Co. 

Hollingsworth, J. W. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Hill, K. P. (Sales). 

Southall, J. H., & Co. 

Fuller, R. F. 

Hayes. J. J. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Louisburg Cotton Oil Mill. 

Louisburg Wagon Co. 

Tar River Mattress Co. 

Morris Mattress Co. 



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YOUNGSVLt/LE. 

Incorporated in 1S75. 
Population. 1010: White. 500 
ored, 200; total. 700. 

Tax Rate: 66 2-3c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor— C. C. Winston. 
Postmaster — P. R. Hatch. 
Chief of Police — J. E. Winston. 
R. R. Agent — Jones Cooke, S. A. L. 
Manager Telegraph — Walter Cooke. 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Christian — Dr. Long. Pastor. 
Methodist — J. W. Martin, Pastor. 
Baptist — G. P. Harrill. Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Graded School — Jno. Best, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Youngsville — J. B. Perrv. 
President; J. A. Williams, 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. 
Tea rce- 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. 
Underwood, R. C. 
Williams, Charles. 
Woodlief, C. C. 
Williams, J. A., & Bro. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
May, Mrs. C. B. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Underwood, R. C. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Mitchell, I. W. (Fire). 
Pearce, S. E. (Fire.) 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Wilson, J. T. 
Youngsville Lumber Co. 



FRANKLJNTON. 

Incorporated in 1870. 

Population. 1910: White. 800; col- 
ored, 700; total, 1,500. 

Tax Rate: 33c. 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. P. Harrill. Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Franklinton Graded School — Prof. 
J. A. McLean, 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. 

McOhee-Joyner Co. 

Whedbee & Morris. 

Williams, S. C. 

Kearney. I. H. 

Pearce, H. E. 

Cooke, B. F., Furniture Co. 

Ballard, B. W., Co. 

Pruitt, R. A. 

Ward. D. T. 

Nowell, J. W. 

Fowler. D. G. 

Franklin Grocery Co. 

Best. Mrs. D. G. 



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F KAN KLIN— GASTON. 



May, Henry. 
Henlev. Mrs. M. C. 
Britt, Mrs. S. S. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Speed, R. A. 

DENTISTS. 
Ford. S. C. 

LAWYERS. 
White. R. B. 



INSURANCE AGENTS. 

.Toyner & Cooke. 
Cheatham, E. J. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Speed, R. A. 
I. H. Kearney. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Wash-Board Manufacturing Co. 
Sterling Cotton Mills. 



GASTON COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, GASTONIA. 



Population: (Census 1910), 37,063. 

Area: 346 square miles. 

Formed in 1847. Named in honor of Hon. Wm. Gaston. 

Value of real estate, $7,737,936; value of personal property, $2,955,905. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, $12,950,228.96 ; by negroes, $250,926. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 68; for negroes, 31. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 21 2-3e. 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 Railway, 23.00 miles, assessed 



value 
Seaboard 
Southern 
Pullman 
Southern 



Air Line Railway, 17.50 miles, assessed value... 

Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value. . . . 

Co., assessed value 

Express Co.. assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway, 19. 26 miles, assessed value. 

Catawba Mfg. and Electric Power Co.. assessed value 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Southern Power Co., assessed value 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 

Superior Court Terms: February 26th: May 20th; September 
vember 18th. 



$1,055,209.70 

49S,481.20 

264.00 

4,462.00 

10.SS3.S0 

17.5S2.66 

36,718.00 

184.560.00 

3,000.00 

9,286.60 

64.529.00 

3,539.00 

9th; No- 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— C. C. Cornwell, 
Dallas. 

Sheriff— J. D. B. McLean. Gastonia. 

Register of Deeds — A. J. Smith, 
Gastonia. 

Treasurer — .T. G. Holland. Gastonia. 

Coroner — R. L. Wilson. Gastonia. 

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. Kingrs Moun- 
tain; R. S. Lewis. Dallas; R. K. Da- 
venport, Mt. Holly. 

County Board of Elections — S. M. 
Robinson, Lowell ; S. N. Boyce, Gas- 
tonia ; L. L. Jenkins. Oastonia. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Dallas Township — A. P. H. Rhyne, 
Dallas: M. D. Friday. Worth: J. L. 
Hoover, Alexis; J. L. Norwood, 
Dallas. 

Crowders Mountain — D. Lee Payne, 
J. T. Oates. H. C. Froneberger, Besse- 
mer City ; W. H. McGinnas, Kings 
Mountain : S. M. Wylie, Kings Moun- 
tain ; J. T. R. Dameron. Bessemer 
City: J. H. Wilkins. Bessemer City; 
C. A. Thornburg, Bessemer City ; J. 
R. Carson. Bessemer City; O. G. Falls. 
Kings Mountain. 

Cherryville — S. L. Kiser, Cherry- 
ville ; J. B. Houser, Cherryville : C. S. 
Eaker. Cherryville; A. A. Wilson. 
Cherryville; A. B. Peeler, Cherryville; 
A. H. Huss, Cherryville: A. F. Henry, 
Cherryville ; R. R. Manney. Cherry- 
ville; Jacob Kiser, Bessemer City. 

Gastonia — Thos. H. White. Gastonia; 
W. Meek Adams, Gastonia: Wm. G. 
Rhyne, Gastonia ; John F. Bradley, 
Gastonia; S. S. Morris. Gastonia: Wm. 
A. Falls, Gastonia : C. P. Robinson. 
Gastonia : Wm. A. Falls. Jr.. Gasto- 
nia : J. R. Dellinsrer. Lowell. 



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243 



River Bend — W. G. Rutledge, Stan- 
ley ; Jacob Jenkins, Stanley ; W. B. 
Rutledge, Mount Holly ; E. O. Davis, 
Mount Holly. 

South Point — L. H. Stowe, Bel- 
mont; C. W. Nipper, Belmont; I. F. 
Mabry, 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. 

Lindsay, 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., Cberryville. 

Tuckaseegee Manufacturing Co. 

Minis Manufacturing Co.. Mt. Holly. 

Mountain Island Co. 

Stroup, A. U., 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., Cberryville. 

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. Moses. Dallas. 

Lewis & Lewis, Lowell. 

White & Ormand. Bessemer City. 
SAW MILLS. 

Lewis & Leeper, Belmont. 

Robinson, R. Z., Belmont. 

Rumfelt, W. H.. Belmont. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Query, H. A., Belmont. 

Armstrong, A. A., Belmont. 

Greene. Miss Lena. Belmont. 

Crawford, Miss Mehabelle, Belmont. 

Stowe, Miss Ethel, Belmont. 

Hall, Miss Mary. Belmont. 

Stowe, Miss Bertha, Belmont. 

r'nthey. Miss Carrie. Belmont. 

Cathey. Miss Mattie. Belmont. 

Cathey, Miss Margaret. Belmont. 

Stowe. H. R„ Belmont. 

Stowe. W. R.. Belmont. 

Ramseur. J. H.. Lowell. 

Hinson, Miss Carrie, Lowell. 

Wray, J. S.. Gastoira. 

Bradley, J. F., Gastonia. 

Grier. Mr., Gastonia. 

Weir. Mr.. Gastonia. 



Bradley, Miss Ella, Gastonia. 

Glenn, Miss Carrie, Gastonia. 

Glenn, Miss Eula, Gastonia. 

Reid, Miss Eleanor, Gastonia. 

Carson, Miss Nan, Gastonia. 

Carson, Miss SalLe, Gastonia. 

Carson, Miss Florence, Gastonia. 

Rankin, Miss Estelle, Gastonia. 

Potts, Miss Carrie, Gastonia. 

Potts. Miss Ada, Gastonia. 

Potts, Miss Mabel, Gastonia. 

Gallant, Miss Pearl, Gastonia. 

Morris, Miss Carrie, Gastonia. 

Morris, Miss Jane, Gastonia. 

Lewis, Miss Ella, Gastonia. 

Johnson, D. C, Bessemer City. 

Whitney, Mr., Bessemer City. 

Thome, Miss Bessie, Bessemer City. 

Flake, Miss Daisy, Bessemer City. 

Rankin, Miss Ida, Bessemer City. 

Hall, Miss Abbie, Bessemer City. 

<; amble, Miss Maggie, Bessemer 
City. 

Falls. Miss Phronia, Kings Moun- 
tain. 

Weir, Miss Minnie. Kings Moun- 
tain. 

Wilson. Miss Mary, Kings Moun- 
tain. 

Moseby, H. S., Cberryville. 

English, H. R., Cberryville. 

All ran. J. W., Cberryville. 

Harreison. Miss Pearl, CkenyviUe. 

Hall, Miss Maggie, Cberryville. 

Roberts. Miss Els e. Cherryville. 

Stvers, Roth, Cherryville. 

Eaker. Res, Crouse. 

Beam, M. S.. Dallas. 

Bulwinkle, Miss Mabel, Dallas. 

Bulwiukle. M'ss Muriel, Dallas. 

Wilson, Miss Essie, Dallas. 

Patrick. Miss Clara, Dallas. 

Webb. Mrs. F. O., Dallas. 

Rhyne. W. R.. High Shoals. 

Hail. Miss Elva. High Shoals. 

Cline. R. H., Stanley. 

Morris, Miss Bessie, Stanley. 

Mason, Miss Allie, Stanley. 

Lineberger. R. E., Alexis. 

Henson, J B., Mt. Holly. 

Henderson. Miss L. D., Mt. Holly. 

Rankin. Miss Ida. Mt. Holly. 

Rutledsce, Miss Sarah. Mount Holly. 

Rutledge, Miss Annie, Mount Holly. 

Henderson, Miss Jean, Mt. Holly. 

Henderson, Miss Bain, Mt. Holly. 

Henderson, Miss Loery, Mt. Holly. 

Edwards, Miss Fannie. Stanley. 

Thornburg. Miss Fannie, Stanley. 

GASTONIA. 

Incorporated in 1S7T. 

Population, 1010. 5,750. 

No. white polls, 997 : No. colored 
polls, 201. 

Value real estate. $2,314,025; value 
personal property, $1,120,733. 

Tax Rate: $1.40 on the $100. 

Bonded debt. $180,000. 



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(i ASTON I'OUiN'TY. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Thomas Ij. Craig. 

Chief of Police— J. W. Carroll. 

City Clerk — John Rankin, 

Treasurer — John Rankin. 

Tax Collector— J. W. Carroll. 

City Attorney — A. C. .Toms. 

City Supt. of Health— McG. Anders. 

Postmaster — B. G. Paseur. 

R. R. Agent — F. C. Abernethy, 
Southern Railway Co., and Carolina 
& Northwestern 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. C. Barrett, C. M. Rob- 
inson. J. J. Beach, Pastors. 

Episcopal — W. H. Hardin, Rector. 

Lutheran — John Hall, Pastor. 

Methodist— E. N. Crowder, J. A. 
Peeler, <;. I). Herman, Pastors. 

Methodist (Northern) — I?. A. Culp, 
Pastor. 

Preshyterian — R. C. Anderson, A. S. 
Anderson, Pastors. 

Catholic— Father Melchoir, O. S. B. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Graded School— Joe S. Wray, Supt. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Falls House. 

Nolen, W. M. 

Allgood, Mrs. D. P. 

Henry, Mrs. Julia. 

Knight, W. B. 

Blake, Mrs. C. V. 

Adams, John H. 

Fry. S. O. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Craig. Ralph. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

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, 
Secretary and Treasurer. 
BAKERS. 

Todd's Steam Bakery. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Snggs & Davis. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Robinson Shoe Co. 

BOOK STORES. 
Gastonia Book Store. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Ilanna iV- McArver. 
Davis, W. N. 
Boyd. J. B. 
Sanders, J. A. D. 
Craig & Wilson. 
Fayssoux, J. O. 
Howe. W. M. 



STABLES. 

Gastonia Livery Co. 
Palace Stables. 
Hartsoe, J. A. 
Craig & Wilson (Sale). 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 
Gastonia Mutual. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
Craig & Wilson. 
Coffey, J. H. 

CLUBS. 
Regal Club. 

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. 
Dunn Mfg. Co. 
Clara Mfg. Co. 
Holland Mfg. Co. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Trakas. N. S., & Co. 
Norman, Jim. 
Knuckley, George. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDEKS. 
McAlister. J. E. 
Fite, R. L. 
Grigg, C. L. 
Oakley, H. F. 
Crowder, C. M. 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
Gastonia Ice & Coal Co. 
Kerr. L. H. 
Huffsletter, P. R. 
Rankin & Wilson. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 

FURNISHERS. 
Swann-Slater Co. 
Schneider, H. 
Gastonia Clothing Co. 
Settlemvre, S. 
Strickland. L. G. 
O'Neal, A. B. 

COTTON GINS. 
Gastonia Cotton Oil Co. (1 and 2). 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
Morris Bros. 
Belk. J. M., Co. 
Thompson Mercantile Co. 
Eflrd's. 

Gastonia Bargain House. 
Baltimore Racket. 
Laboirtz Department Stores. 

DENTISTS. 
Hoffman, W. H. 
Falls, P. R. 
McConnell, D. E. 
Wilkins. T. A. 
Glenn, E- F. 
Anders, Frank R. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Frost Torrence & Co. 



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Kennedy, J. H., & Co. 


Purdue, A. L. (Life). 




Adams Drug Co. 


Wingate, H. G. (Life.) 




Abernetky-Shields Drug Co. 


Wilson, R. B. (Life). 




Loray Drug Co. 


Rankin. W. T. (Fire.) 




DOCTORS. 


McLurd, E. G. (Fire.) 




Sloan, J. M. 


Parker, Pegram & Hardin (Fire). 




Reid, R. M. 


Lewis, William H. (Fire.) 




Glenn, L. N. 


Ware, J. White (Fire). 




Glenn, H. P. 


JEWELERS. 




Wilson, F. G. 


Torrence-Morris Co. 




Jenkins. J. H. 


Van Sleen. H. M. 




Eddleman. H. M. 


LAUNDRIES. 




Anders, McG. 


Snowflake Steam Laundry. 




Stovall, A. 


LAWYERS. 




Adams, C. B. 


Mangum, A. G. 




Garrison. D. A. 


Wilson, George W. 




Patrick, Lyttle Neal. 


Holland, C. D. 




Quickel, T. C. 


Jones & Timberlake. 




DRV GOODS AND NOTIONS. 


Garland, P. W., Jr. 




McArthur, S. E. 


Lewis, Wm. H. 




Hanna, D. B. 


Bulwinkle, A. L. 




Ford Bros. 


Dellinger, David P. 




POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 


Durham, S. J. 




Southern Power Co. 


Mason, 0. F. 




Spencer Mountain Power Co. 


Carpenter & Carpenter. 




Gastonia Public Works. (Water and 


Patrick. R. C. 




licht plant owned by the town.) 


LUMBER DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 




FRUIT DEALERS. 


Henry, T. A. 




Killiam, W. L. C, & Son. 


Spencer Lumber Co. 




Trakas, X. S.. & Co. 


MARBLE WORKS. 




| FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 


White, W. M. 




Craig & Wilson. 


PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 




Gaston Farmers' Union Warehouse. 


Standard Oil Co. 




McArthur, S. E. 


Frost, Torrence & Co. 




FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 


Gastonia Hardware Co. 




Gastonia Iron Works. 


Standard Hardware Co. 




FURNITURE DEALERS. 


PAINTERS. 




Gastonia Furniture Co. 


Smith, J. D. 




Rankin-Armstrong Furniture Co. 


Owen, M. C. 




Best. J. M., & Co. 


Barnes. F. A. 




WHOLESALE GROCERS. 


Barnwell, S. B. 




Albion Grocery Co. 


Smith, Wm. E. 




Page, D. A.. & Co. 


Ballard. W. D. 




Armstrong Co. 


PRODUCE DEALERS. 




Johnson, J. Flem, & Co. 


Johnson, J. Flem, & Co. 




Barkley. F. D., & Co. 


Killiam, W. L. C, & Son. 




Shuford Co., The 


Page, D. A.. & Co. 




RETAIL GROCERS. 


PLUMBERS. 




McLean Bros. 


Gastonia Plumbing Co. 




Clinton Grocery Co. 


PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 




Edwards, R. W. 


Kirby, A. J.. & Co. 




Miller, J. Y. 


Mitchell & Co. 




Elite Grocery Co. 


PHOTOGRAPHERS. 




Ideal Grocery Co. 


Currey Studio. 




Parkam, M. T., & Co. 


PRINTING OFFICES. 




Harry-Baber Co. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 


Loftin & Co. 

Gazette Publishing Co. 




Gastonia Hardware Co. 
Standard Hardware Co. 


NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 




Gastonia Gazette (Semi-Weekly) — 




HOSPITALS. 


E. D. and J. W. Atkins, Editors. 




City Hospital Co. 


REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 




Gaston Hospital. 


Gastonia Insurance & Realty Co. 




INSURANCE AGENTS. 


Haithcock, George E. 




Knight, W. B. (Life.) 


Rankin & Dellinger. 




Tally. E. G. (Life). 


SHINGLE DEALERS. 




Martin, W. A. (Life). 


Beal, J. L., & Co. 




Fayssoux. T. M. (Life.) 


Henrv. T. A., Co. 





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TAILORS. 
Padgett, R. T. 
The Witzel Co. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Ford Undertaking Co. 
Settlemyer, S. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Shelton, E. L. 

WALL TAPER DEALERS. 
Frost, Torreuce .fc Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Gaston Plaster Co. (Wood fibre.) 
' Coffey, J. H. (Wagons.) 
Thompson & Son (Shoes). 

CHERRYVELIiE. 

Incorporated in 18S9. 
Population, 1910: 2,500. 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. 
Mavor- D. P. McClurd. 
Chief of Police— J. T. May. 
City Clerk— M. L. Mauney. 
Treasurer— M. L. Mauney. 
Tax Collector— J. T. May. 
City Attorney— O. F. Mason 
City Supt. of Health— W. H. Houser. 
Postmaster— D. S. Thornburg. 
R. R. Agent— E. C. Browne, 
board Air Line. 
Express Agent— E. C. Browne. 
Telegraph Manager — W. B. 
Western Union. 

Telephone Manager — A. L. P 
linger. Piedmont Telephone Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist— G. W. Rollins. Pastor. 
Lutheran— J. C. Deitz, Pastor. 
Methodist— W. Perry. Pastor. 
Presbyterian— Rev. Secrest, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Cherryville Graded School — Prof. 

Mosby. 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. 
Hendrick-Harrelson Co. 
Cherryville Manufacturing Co. 
Gaston Manufacturing Co. 
Howell, H. W. 

BOOK STORES. 
Hendrick-Harrelson Co. 



Sea- 
May, 
Del- 



BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Cherrvville Meat Market. 
Beam, J. L., & Co. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 
Neill, J. S. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Eagle (Weekly) — L. H. J. Houser, 
Editor. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Eagle Priuting Co. 

COTTON 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. 
Hendrick-Harrelson Co. 

COTTON GINS. 
Stroup, A. I. 
Model Ginning Co. 

DENTISTS. 
Morrison, R. J. 
Hoffman. Dr. 

DOCTORS. 
Howell, A. W. 
Houser. W. H. 
Self, L. L. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Rudisill. J. H., & Co. 
Hendricks-Harrelson Co. 
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. 
Blantons Shop. 
Cardner & Aderholdt. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Howell, A. W. 
Hendrick-Harrelson Co. 
Kendrick 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. 
Pellinser. William. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 
Stroup, A. I. 
Gardner & Aderholdt. 
Stvres. W. J. T. 



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PAINTERS. 

Young, Robert. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 

Carpenter, M. 
Houser, A. L. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Cherryville Hardware Co. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Kendick Bros. 
Hendrick-Harr«lson Co. 



DALLAS. 



Incorporated in 1S71. 
Population, 1910: White, 800; col- 
ored, 300; total, 1,100. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty, $150,000. 

Tax Rate: 33 l-3c. on the .$100. 
Mayor — J. P. Hoffman. 
Postmaster — J. P. Hoffman. 
R. R. Agent— W. S. Barfield, Caro- 
lina & Northwestern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — W. S. Barfield. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Presbyterian — Rev. Mr. Secrest, Pas- 
tor. 

Baptist— C. P. Bpps, Pastor. 
Methodist — E. N. Crowder. Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Dallas Graded School— M. S. Beam, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Dallas — L. L. Jenkins, 
President; L. M. Hoffman, Jr., 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 
Puett, Bessie Y. 
Wilkins, S. A. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Dallas Advocate (Weekly) — E. Von 
L. Houser, Editor. 

BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 
Dallas Mutual. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Suinmey, P. D., Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Fordham, R. O. 
Rhvne, A. P. H. 
Holland, A. R. 
■ Hoffman. J. P. 
Brown, Green. 
Jarrett. C. J. 
Humphrey, J. F. 
Martin. A. R. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Hoffman Hotel. 
White Hotel. 
Rhyne. J. F. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Rhyne, J. F. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Robinson Ginning Co. 
Humphrey, J. F., Ginning Co. 
Monarch Cotton Mills. 
Morrowehb Cotton Mills. 
Dallas Cotton Mills. 
Dallas Lumber Co. 
Clcmmer Metallic Shingle Mfg. Co. 



McADENVTLLE. 

Population, 1910, 1,140. 

No. white polls, 130. 

Tax Rate: 33 l-3c. on the $100. 

Value real estate, $20,000; value 
personal property, $6,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — R. H. Fisher. 

Chief of Police— M. T. Stafford. 

City Clerk— J. H. Wagstaff. 

Treasurer — J. P. Kimbro. 

Tax Collector— M. T. Stafford. 

Postmaster — J. H. Wagstaff. 

R. R. Agent — J. L. Thompson, 
Southern Railway Co. 

Express Agent — J. L. Thompson. 

Telegraph Manager — Mr. Holmes, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Telephone Manager — R. B. Babing- 
ton, Gastonia. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — J. B. Moose, Pastor. 

Methodist — Jas. Wilson, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEJIIES. 

McAdenville Village School — Miss 
Ida Rankin, Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

McGhee, Mrs. David. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Cataba Store Co. 

Reid, J. R. 

Stafford & Nipper. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Roberts Bros. 

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. 
Anderson, J. A. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 

Rumfelt, G. W. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Roberts Bros. 

GROCERS. 

Cataba Store Co. 
Reid, J. R. 
Stafford & Nipper. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

The McAden Mills. (Yarns and 
cloth.) 



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<; ASTON COUNTY. 



STANLEY. 

Incorporated in 1S70. 
Population, 1010: GOO. 
Value real estate, $400,000; value per- 
sonal property, $500,000. 

Tax Rate: 35c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. G. Rutledge. 

Postmaster — J. 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. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Farmers & Merchants Bank — W. L. 
Jenkins, President; J. M. Reinhardt, 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 
McCombs, C. J. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Stanly Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Rutledge-Thornpson Co. 
Boyd, A. L. 
Carpenter, B. F. 
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, L. L. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Stanley Mfg. Co. 
Stanley Creamery. 
Smith & Pegram. (Gin and saw 
mill.) 



MT. HOLLY. 

Incorporated in 1SS9. 

Tax Rate: 50c. on the $100 and $1.50 
on poll. 

Value real estate. $56,051; value per- 
sonal property, $91,376. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — I. B. Covington. 

Postmaster — R. M. Jenkins. 

Chief of Police — A. J. West. 

R. R. Agent — J. J. Holland, Sea- 
board Air Line. 

Manager Telegraph — J. J. Holland, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Lutheran — W. J. Roger, Pastor. 



Methodist — J. A. Bowles, Pastor. 
Baptist — D. E. Vippermau, 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. 
HOTELS 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. 
Tuckaseege Mfar. Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Holland, J. W., & Co. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 
Mount Holly B. and L. Association. 

COTTON GINS. 
Mt. Holly Cotton Gin Co. 



LOWELL. 

Population, 1910: White. ,800; col- 
ored. 200; total, 1,000. 

Value real estate. $205.295 ; value 
personal property. S55.677. 

Tax Rate: 15c. on the $100 and 45c. 
on poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — S. M. Robinson. 

Postmaster — M. A. Teague. 

Chief of Police — J. W. Mitchem. 

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 — E. N. Crowder. Pastor. 

Baptist — Rev. Mr. Newton, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Lowell High School — John Ramseur, 
Principal. 

DOCTORS. 

Robinson. Frank. 

Reid, J. W. 

DRUGGISTS. 

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LAWYERS. 

Miller, R. A., Jr. 

GENERAL, MERCHANDISE. 

Rankin, T. P., & Co. 
Teague, M. A., Co. 
Leonhardt, A. R. 
Nipper, C. W. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Leonhardt, B. F. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Mitchem, D. W. 

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 & 2. 
Peerless Mfg. Co. 
Lowell Bottling Works. 



Bell, 



BESSEMER CITY. 

Incorporated in 1S91. 

Population, 1010: A\ mte. 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 — J. W. M. Jenkins. 

Postmaster — J. P. Chandler. 

Chief of Police — C. S. Hayes. 

R. R. Agent— P. M. Wheeler 

Manager Telegraph — J. R 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — S. S. Oliver, Pastor. 

A. R. P.— W. Y. Caldwell. Pastor. 

Baptist — M. L. Hobbs, Pastor. 

Lutheran — John Hall, Pastor. 

Episcopal — W. H. Harden, Rector. 

Methodist — J. F. Harrelson, 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. 

Dether. E. E. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Bessemer Mercantile Co. 

Ditter Drug Co. 

George. H. D. 

Kennedy, R. C. 

Manney. C. B. 

Dixon, J. E. 

Mitchell, C. A. 

Paylor & Manning. Misses. 



Weaver, J. H. 
Fromberger & Co. 
Hendrick, 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. 
Lockman Bros. 

LAWYERS. 
Durham, S. J. 
Whiting, C. E. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Osage Cotton Mills. 
Huss, C. J., Mfg. Co. (Cotton.) 
Harborough Cotton Mills. 
Smith Milling Co. 
Atlas Cotton Mills. 



BELMONT. 

Incorporated in 1905. 

Population. 1910: White. 1.400; col- 
ored, 100; total, 1,500. 

Value real estate. $700.000 ; value 
personal property, $100,000. 

Tax Rate: :30c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— G. B. Stowe. 

Postmaster — J. W. Armstrong. 

Chief of Police— J. A. Wagstaff. 

R. R. Agent — A. K. Hembree, South- 
ern Railway. 

Manager Telegraph — D. P. Stowe, 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — W. S. Lacv, Pastor. 

Baptict— Rev. L. M. Hobbs. Pastor. 

Methodist — J. A. Bowles. Pastor. 

COLLEGES. 

St. Mary's 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. Liturgv 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. JAMES. (). S. B.. Fourth 
Academic. 

REV. F. ALPHONSE, O. S. B., 
Typewriting, Painting and Penman- 
ship. 

REV. F. MICHAEL. (). S. B.. Me- 



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chanical and Architectural Drawing, 
Algebra and Geometry. 

REV. P. RAPHAEL, O. S. B., 
Third Academic. 

REV. P. FRANCIS, O. S. B., Music, 
Second Commercial. 

REV. P. PHILIP, O. S. B., Chemis- 
try, Physics, Curator of Museum. 

REV. P. MARK. O. S. B., Sub- 
Academic, Elocutiou. 

PR. EDMUND, O. S, 

FR. Benedict. O. S. 
ing, Phououraphv. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Belmont — R. L. Stowe, 
President: W. Lt. Pnett. Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Davis. W. W. 

Orr. N. A. 

Hall, P. B. 

Taylor, G. W. 



B., 
B., 



German. 
Typewrit- 



DRUGGISTS. 

Belmont Drug Co. 

GENERAL, MERCHANDISE. 

Stowe Bros. Co. 
Stowe, J. P.. & Co. 
Armstrong, J. W. 
Harris Bros. 
Stowe, W. R. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Belmont Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Stafford. P. L. 

COTTON MILLS. 
The Chronicle Mills. 
Imperial Yarn Mills (Inc.). 
Majestic Mfg. Co.. 

SAW MILLS. 
Lewis & Leeper. 

COTTON GINS. 
Lewis & Leeper. 



GATES COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, GATESVILLE. 



of General Horatio Gates. 



Population: (Census 1910), 10,455. 
Formed in 1779. Named in honor 
Area: 360 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $1,748,556; value of personal property. $914,783. 
Property listed in 1911, by whites, .$2,384.457 ; by negroes, $278,SS2. 
No. of Schools: For whites, 31; for negroes. 23. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 23 2-3c. on the $100; special, 10c. County 
bonded debt, $6,650. 
Public Roads: No. miles. 400. Worked under old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 14.84 miles, assessed value $505,272.92 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 6,490.90 

Southern Railway — Rolling Stock, assessed value 20,144.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 4,422. IS 

Norfolk Southern Railroad, 20.79 miles, assessed value 271,124.47 

North State Telephone Co.. assessed value 1,432.00 

Albemarle Steam Navigation Co., assessed value 1,650.00 

Pullman Co., assessed value 3,162.20 

Superior Court Terms: April 8th ; October 7th. 



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. Gatling. Gates. 

Coroner — George C. Brooks, Sun- 
bury. 

Surveyor — W. F. Eason. Gatesville. 

Co. Supt. of Health— Dr. G. D. Wil- 
liams. Gatesville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— T. W. Costen, 
Jr., Gates. 

Supt. of County Home — Mrs. Mary 
E. Riddick. Gatesville. 

Co. Board of Education — J. Baker 
Holland, Gates; R. W. Simpson, Trot- 
ville; E. R. Roberts, Gatesville. 

County Commissioners — L. A. Roun- 
tree (ehrm.). Acorn: E. S. A. Ellenor, 



Gates: T. A. Pearce, Drum Hill; T. 
J. Carter, Hobbsville. 

County Board of Elections — John 
G. Cross, Gatesville: A. P. Godwin, 
Gatesville; Kindred Parker, Eure. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Gatesville Township — John B. Wal- 
ton, Gatesville; B. F. Willey, 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. 

Reynoldson — John J. Gatling, Gates; 
E. S. A. Ellenor, Gates; E. L. Smith, 
Gates: W. A. Pittman, Gates; G. D. 
Gatling, Roduco. 

Hasletts— W. E. Cross. Drum Hill; 
E. J. Freeman, Drum Hill; W. M. 
Matthews. Drum Hill. * 



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HoUy Grove— G. C. Hobbs, Cora- 
peake; 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 ; 
W. H. Speight, Trotville. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Robinson, B. P.. Gates. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Sunbury School — H. L. Seay, Prin- 
cipal, Sunbury. 

Keynoldson School — Mrs. T. W. 
Casterprin, Principal, Gates. 

Hobbsville School — Miss Lizzie 
Walton, Principal, Hobbsville. 

Drum Hill School— Mrs. Sallie Ed- 
wards Price. Principal, Drum Hill. 

Middle Swamp School — Miss Ellen 
Wynne. Principal, Drum Hill. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Lee, W. O. P., Gates. 

Raby, J. G., Drum Hill. 

Blanchard. T. W., Hobbsville. 

Carbell, E. P., Sunbury. 

Brooks, George C., Sunbury. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Harrell, M. D., & Co., Eure. 

Harrell & Rowles, Eure. 

Felton, R. C, Eure. 

Gatling, G. D., Roduco. 

Parker, C. C, Roduco. 

Harrell, D. S., Topsy. 

Parker, J. W., Sarem. 

Parker. L. W., Gntes. 

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. 

Brinkley, J. J., Corapeake. 

Pearce, T. M.. Corapeake. 

Beaman, E. P., Corapeake. 

Rountree, L. M., Corapeake. 

Copeland, C. F., Sunbury. 

Pierce, I .F., Sunbury. 

Miles, J. V., Sunbury. 

Benton, H. C, Sunburv. 

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. 

Parker, J. E., 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. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Merchant Mills Co., Merchant Mills. 

Story Bros., Eure. 

Cross & Co., Sunrjury. 

Taylor, W. H., Eure. 

Lilley, J. M., Gatesville. 
SAW MILLS. 

Denton, H. C, Sunbury. 

Cross & Co., Sunbury. 

Story Bros., Eure. 

Merchant Mills Co., Merchant Mills. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Brown, Mrs. J. A., Gatesville. 

Outland, R. W., Gatesville. 

Walton. Miss Margaret, Gatesville. 

Baines, Mis s Iva, Gatesville. 

Whedbee, Miss Hattie, Willow. 

Carter, Miss Daught, Trotville. 

Simpson, Miss Anna, Trotville. 

Hurdle, Miss Madora, Bosley. 

Morgan, Miss Lucy Lee, Corapeake. 

Vann, Miss Allie, Hobbsville. 

White, Miss Lizzie Lee, Hobbsville. 

Wicker, Miss Valesta, Sunbudy. 

Harrell, Miss Augusta, Sunbury. 

Savage, Miss Eula, Savage. 

Goldston, Miss E., Corapeake. 

Knight, Miss Bertha, Corapeake. 

Costen, Miss Alice James, Cora- 
peake. 

Milteer, Miss Hanna, Drum Hill. 

Williams, Miss Mary, Drum Hdl. 

Williams, Miss Bessie, Drum Hill. 

Jones, Miss Louise, Drum Hill. 

Edwards, Miss Edith, Drum Hill. 

Harding, Miss Sarah, Gates. 

Martin, Miss Maude, Gates. 

Eure, Mrs. Mollie, Eure. 

Green, Mrs. Claude, Eure. 

Eure, Miss Ella. Roduco. 

Williams Miss Lizzie, Roduco. 

Freeman, Miss Ocie. Gates. 

Morgan, Miss Minnie, Corapeake. 

Taylor, Miss Hattie, Drum Hill. 



GATESVIMjE. 

Incorporated in 1S77. 

Population, 1910: White, 2G0; col- 
ored. 40; total, r-!00. 

Value of real estate, $45,000; value 
personal property, $95,650. 

Tax Rate:. 20c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — John B. Walker. 
Postmaster — J. H. Hofler. 
Chief of Police — Tonie Felton. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baotist — T. L. Brown. P.nstor. 



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Methodist— W. H. Brown, Pastor. 
Episcopal— W. R. Xoe. 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 D. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Roberts, A. R. 

LAWYERS. 
Smith. L. L. 
Godwin. A. P. 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Riddick, R. M. 

I '.lack & 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. 



Population: (Census 1910), 4,749. 

Formed in 1872. Named in honor of Hon. W. A. Graham. 

Area: 302 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $937,872; value of personal property, $394,o74. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites. $1,305,060; by Indians, $27,386. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 25; for Indians, 1. 

Tax Rate: County purposes. 23 2-3c. on the $100; roads and brids 
25 l-3c. County bonded debt, $2,000. 

PuWic Roads: Worked by free labor. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Snowbird Valley Railroad. 0.50 miles, assessed value S7.S90.00 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., assessed value 55.00 

Superior Court Terms: March 18th; September 2d. 



jes, 



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, Millsaps. 

Coroner— J. W. Wheeler, Rough. 

Surveyor — R. A. Owenby, Tuskee- 
gee. 

Co. Supt. of Health— Geo. F. Brock, 
Tuskeesee. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— T. A. Carpen- 
ter, Cheoah. 

Co. Board of Education — B. P. Har- 
wood, Cheoah ; .1. M. Edwards, 
Stecoah; M. T. .Maxwell. Robbinsville. 

County Commissioners — .T. D. .Ten- 
kins (chrm.), Stecoah; John Deyton. 
Robbinsville; W. Caringer. Yellow 
Creek. 

County Board of Elections — X. G. 
Phillips, Robbinsville; J. W. Crisp, 
Stecoah : Walter B. Wiggins. Rob- 
binsville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Cheoah Township — X. G. Phillips, 
Robbinsville; B. L. C. Tull, Robbins- 
ville: W. H. Eller, Robbinsville; V. 
J. Ellis, Robbinsville. 

Stecoah— D. A. Taylor. Brock; G. H. 
Garland, Tuskeegee; M. A. Crisp, 
Stecoah: P. G. Green. Stecoah. 

Yellow Creel; — .T. H. Dituici-e. Tel- 



low Creek; O. W. Riley. Johnson. 
MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Wiggins, J. A., Robbinsville. 
Slaughter, G. W., Robbinsville. 
Orr, «;. 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, X. E., Millsaps. 
Shuler & Orr, Johnson. 
Rogers, T. L., Cheoah. 
Brooks. J. E.. Yellow Creek. 
Hill, Charley. Santeetlah. 
Parker, D. W.. Tuskeegee. 
Golden, J. D., Tuskeegee. 
Crisp, Joel L., Stecoah. 
Kanawha Hardwood Co., Snowbird. 
Edwards. J. C. Japan. 
West & Campbell, Tulula. 
FLOUR, (Oh.-, AND FEED MILLS. 
Harwood, P. P.. Cheoah. 
Hyde. J. A.. Robbinsville. 
Wiggins. P. A., Robbinsville. 
Rogers, T. L., Cheoah. 
SAW MILLS. 
Kanawha Hardwood Co., Andrews. 
Whiting Mfg. Co., Japan. 
Slaughter, J. P., Robbinsville. 
Christian, Geo. H.. Yellow Creek. 
Cody & Holloway. Cheoah, 



GRAHAM— GRANVILLE. 



PUBLIC SCHOOL, TEACHERS.. 

Rogers, L. H., Robbinsville. 
Hyde, J. A., Robbinsville. 
Moody. J. H.. Robbinsville. 
Rogers. W. X.. Robbinsville. 
Calhoun, Henry, Robbinsville. 
Crisp, D. C, Robbinsville. 
Deyton, Miss Lizzie. Robbinsville. 
Gh'ormley, Miss Annie. Robbins- 
ville. 

Harwood, P. L., Cheah. 
Codv. E. C, Cheoah. 
Carpenter, Will O.. Cheoah. 
Harwood, Miss Ola, Cheoah. 
Harwood. Miss Rena, Clieoah. 
Harwood, Miss Lena , Cheoah. 
Wardrup, Miss Lillie, Cheoah. 
Wardrup, Miss Lucy. Cheoah. 
Carpenter. Miss Beatrice. Cheoah. 
Barnes, Miss Lutie. Fontana. 
Wright. Miss Bennie. Topton. 
Caringer, Miss Electa. Yellow Creek. 
Cable. Miss Cordelia, Tuskeegee. 
Dean, Grover, Brock. 
Garland, Miss Nell, Brock. 
Sheehan. Theo., Stecoab. 
Crisp. A. <>., Steeoah. 
Crisp, C. C.,' Stecoab. 
Crisp, S. A., Stecoab. 
Jenkins, R. P.. Stecoab. 
Jenkins. H. M.. Stecoab. 
Crisp, W. F., Stecoah. 



Moody. Miss Lillie, Rough. 
Howell, Miss Rosa, Rough. 
Philips, Mrs. Lillie, Rough. 
Philips, Miss Rilla, Millsaps. 



ROBBINSVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1891. 
Population, 1910: 150. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — N. C. Christopher. 
Postmaster — W. H. Eller. 
Chief of Police — Bart Snyder. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Presbyterian — No pastor. 
Methodist — I. W. Hughes, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Robbinsville Academy. 
DOCTORS. 
Maxwell, M. T. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Maxwell. M. T. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Whiting Manufacturing Co. 
Ghomley, H. L. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Mauney, W. F. 
Ghomley, H. L. 

LAWYERS. 
Philips, Robert L. 
Raby, A. D. 
Moody, J. N. 
Morphew, T. A. 



GRANVILLE COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, OXFORD. 



Population: (Census 1910), 25,102. 

Formed in 174(1 Named in honor of Lord John Carteret, Earl of Gran 
ville, Grant from Charles II. 

Area: 504 square miles. 

Yalue of real estate. $3,441,139; value of personal property, $2,540,590. 

Property listed in 1911. by whites. $5,362,670 ; by negroes, $490,618. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 55: for negroes. 44. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 90c. on the $100. 

County bonded debt, $112,000. 

Public Roads: Xo. miles, 70U. Worked by free, convict and hired labor. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS C03IPANIES. 

Granville Telephone Co., assessed value $ 1,000.00 

Southern Railway. 43.80 miles, assessed value 1,713,460.00 

Atlantic and Danville Railway. 2.20 miles, assessed value 20,000.00 

North and South OaroIinaRailway, 3.73 miles, assessed value.. 11,190.00 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 9,649.00 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 22. 30 miles, assessed value 636,916.55 

Southern Express Co.. assessed value 

Southside Telephone Co.. assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Seaboard Air Line Railway — Oxford Coast Line, 4.51 miles, as- 
sessed value 

Pullman Co.. assessed value 



13.52S.35 
1,500.00 
4,453.95 

12S,465.73 

420.80 



Superior Court Terms: February 5th : April 29th; November ISth. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— J. G. Shotwell, 
Oxford. 

Sheriff— Sam M. Wheeler. Oxford. 

Register of Deeds — Jas. B. Powell, 
Oxford. 



Treasurer — W. T. Lyon, Oxford. 

Coroner— W. D. Bryan, Oxford. 

Co. Supt. of Health—Samuel D. 
Booth. Oxford. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— Fred Webb, 
Oxford. 



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GRANVILLE COUNTY. 



D.; 
D. ; 



W. 



Supt. of Co. Home— W. S. Dauiel, 
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, (chrni.), Oxford, R. F, 
Ralph Currin, Oxford, R. F. 
B. I. Breedlove, Oxford, R. F. D. ; 
\V. P. Wilkinson. Oxford. R. F. D. ; 
H. C. Floyd, Oxford, R. F. D. 

County Board of Elections — F 
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. 
Va., R. F. D. No. 2; L. S. Royster. 
Virgilina, Va. ; J. N. Watkius. Vir- 
gilina. Va.. R. F. D. No. 2; R. I. 
Mulcki, Virgilina, Va., R. F. D. No. 
2; J. W. Wilborn. Virgilina, Va., R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Sassafras Fork — I. T. Green, Oxford, 
R. F. D. No. 5; S. J. Currin, StovaU; 
R. A. Norwood, Bullock; Wilkius 
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 R. 
F. D. No. T; 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. N. Hunt. Oxford ; Thomas D. 
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, 11. 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, Creedinoore, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Dutchville — J. L. Teed. Creedmore ; 
R. G. Stem, Hester, R. F. D. ; .T. N. 
Tillev, Stem. R. P. 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. Cannadv, Oxford, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Hester, W. S., Salem. 

Martin. J. L.. Creedmoor. 

Giles. M. S., Dutehv'lle. 

Coleman. James F., Stovall. 



Usry, E. G., Oxford Township. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Creedmoor Hitrh School — J. A. 

Pitts, Principal, Creedmoor. 

Stem High School— J. B. Vernon, 
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. 

Sykes, G. T., Grissom. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Faucett, N. E., Wilton. 

Russell & Russell. Berea. 

Robards. C. J.. Stem, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Green, A. S., Dexter. 

Allen. J. D., Hargrove. 

Gooch, J. H., Stem. 

Gregorv. R. T., Stovall. 

Royster. C. G., Bullock. 

Lyon, S. C, Creedmoor. 

Wag-staff & Co., Creedmoor. 

Fleming Bros., Northside. 

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 Bros., Oxford. 

Coleman, H. C, & Co., Lyons. 

Lyon, A. A., Lyons. 

Perrv. A. G., Creedmoor. R. F. D. 
COTTON GINS. 

Cophart, A. L„ Oxford. 

Parham Ginning Co., Oxford. 

Faucett, Nat. Wilton. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Howell. W. S., Kittrell, Route 2. 

Routen, Miss Lelia. Oxford, Route 

No. 3. 

HitcM. Miss Carrie, Oxford, Route 
No. ::. 

Renn. Miss Mary, Oxford, Route 0. 

Philips, Miss Cora. Oxford. Route 
No. 6. 

Mitchell. Miss Louie. Oxford, 
Route 2. 

Bryan- Miss Ann : e, Oxford. 

Ferguson. Miss Kate, Oxford. 
Route 3. 

Harris. Miss Hattie. Oxford, Route 
No. 3. 

Thompson, Miss Helen, Franklin- 
ton. Route 2. 

Moss. Mrs. O. B.. Franklinton, 
Route 2. 



GRANVILLE COUNTY. 



Jeffreys, Miss Nannie, Franklinton, 
Route 1. 

Lane, Miss Ivie, Creedmoor, Route 
No. 1. 

Parrott, Miss Mary, Creedmoor, 
Route 1. 

Williams, Miss Louie, Youugsville. 

Davis, E. P., Youngsville. 

Lawrence, Ben, Creedmoor. 

Breedlove, Miss Addie, Creedmoor. 

York, Miss Iola, Creedmoor. 

York, Miss Ethel. Creedmoor. 

Lawrence, Mrs. Chas., Creedmoor. 

Allen. Mrs. O. B., Creedmoor. 

Strother, Miss Ruby, Franklinton, 
Route 1. 

Green, G. J., Lyons. 

Nance, Miss Daisy, Stem. 

Breedlove, Miss Alene, Stem. 

Dameron. Miss Bessie. Lyons. 

Clayton, Miss Alma, Lyons. 

Pitts, J. A., Creedmoor. 

Edwards, Miss Ada, Creedmoor. 

Renn, Miss Myrtle, Creedmoor. 

Phelps, Miss Jaran, Creedmoor. 

Sanderford, Miss Burma, Creed- 
moor. 

Lewis, Miss Sallie, Creedmoor. 

Holloway. Miss Lillie. Northside. 

Holmes, Miss Ethel, Northside. 

Hester, Miss FFannie, Northside. 

Lyon, Miss Ava. Creedmoor. 

Bartlett, Miss Julia. Hester. 

Bateman, Miss. Hester. 

"Washington, Miss 'Ettie, Oxford, 
Route 6. 

Overton, Miss Dora, Stem. 

Vernon, J. B., Stem. 

.Tones, Miss Hallie. Stem. 

Mangum, Miss Bessie. Stem. 

Clayton, Miss Janie, Stem. 

Lyon, Miss Ollie, Stem. 

Rhew. Miss Asa, Moriah. 

Rhew, Miss Annie, Moriah. 

Howard, C. B., Oxford, Route 1. 

Howard, Miss Pauline, Oxford, 
Route 1. 

Brooks, Miss Camelia, Oxford, 
Route 6. 

Umstead. Miss Urma, Oxford. 
Route 6. 

Cozart, Miss Lillian, Stem. 

Smith, Miss Grizzelle, Tar River. 

Clay, Miss Mary, Tar River. 

Dean, Miss Tazzie, Berea. 

Currin, Miss Annie, Berea. 

Davis, Miss Maggie, Berea. 

Critcher, Miss Susie, Oxford, 
Route 4. 

Stradley. Mrs. J. A.. Oxford. Route 
No. 1. 

Ragland, Miss Alma, Oxford, Route 
No. 1. 

Howard. J. C. Oxford. Route 1. 

Humphries. Miss Bessie, Oxxford, 
Route 1. 

Blalock, Mrs. Mamie. Oxford, Route 
No. 1. 



Adcock, Miss Allie, Oxford, Route 
No. 1. 

Fagan, Miss Edith. Oxford, Route 
No. 1. 

Boyd, Miss Sue, Oxford, Route 4. 

Castelloe, Miss Fannie, Virgilina, 
Va., Route 2. 

Duke. Miss Ida, Virgilina, Va., 
Route 2. 

Hart, Miss Mary, Virgilina, Va., 
Route 2. 

Satterfield, Miss Annie, Nelson, Va. 

Ragland, Miss Lucy, Nelson, Va. 

Cannady, Miss Marguerite, Virgi- 
lina, Va., Route 5. 

Pool, Miss Novie Sue, Virgilina, 
Va. 

Patilla, Miss Lillian, Virgilina, Va. 

Daniel, Miss Bailey, Oxford, Route 
4. 

Blalock, Mrs. Arch, Bullock. 

Clement. Miss Emma, Bullock. 

Baker. H. W., Stovall. 

Younger. Miss Sallie, Stovall. 

Davis, Mrs. Joe, Stovall. 

Hart, Miss Lillian, Oxford, Route 
No. 1. 

Eakes. O. T.. Oxford, Route 7. 

Fleming, Miss' Kate Hays, Oxford, 
Route 5. 

Breedlove. Miss Ethel, Oxford, 
Route 5. 

Hester. Miss Dixie, Oxford, Route 
No. 5. 

Parham. Miss Mamie, Oxford, 
Route 5. 

Woody, Miss Florence, Oxford, 
Route 5. 

Fleming, Miss Isabell, Oxford, 
Route 7. 

Parham, Miss Sarah. Oxford, 
Route 3. 

Burwell. Miss Annie, Oxford, 
Route 4. 

Eakes. Miss Etta, Oxford. Route 
No. 7. 



OXFORD. 

Population. 1910: 3.01(5. No. white 
polls. 281; colored polls. 122. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty, $1,740,313. 

Tax Rate: §1.20 on the $100. 

Bonded debt. $80,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — D. G. Brummitt. 

Chief of Police— A. Williford. 

City Clerk— W. H. White. 

Treasurer — R. B. Hines. 

Tax Collector— R. B. Hines. 

Standard-Keeper — J. A. Mitchell. 

City Health Officer— T. L. Booth. 

City Attorney — D. G. Brummitt. 

rostmaster — J. W. Brown. 

"R. R. Agents — J. C. Robards, South- 
ern Railway; R. M. Osborn, Seaboard 
Air Line. 

Express Agent — W. E. Chappell. 



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Telegraph .Manager — Frank C. 
Spencer, Western Union. 

Telephone Manager — \Y. D. Reeves, 
Home Tel. & Tel. Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — J. 1'.. Weatherspoon, R. H. 
Marsh. J. A. Stradley, R. I. Devin, 
Pastorsi 

Episcopal— F. H. T. Horsfield, Pas- 
tor. 

Methodist— A. P. Tyer. Pastor; L. 
H. Joyner. Oxford Circuit. 

Presbyterian — No pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Horner Military School — J. C. Hor- 
ner, Principal. 

Oxford Seminary — F. P. Hobgood, 
President. 

Oxford Graded Schools — J. R. Con- 
lev, Superintendent. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Exchange Hotel. 

Oxford Hotel. 

Currin, Mrs. Henrietta Ella. 

Gooch, Mrs. Alice 

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. L., Drug Co. 

Sizemore Bros. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Turner Bros. 

Slaughter. S. L. 

Ridly, E .H. 

Moss, Willis. 

Daniel. G. C. 

Long-Winston Co. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 

Oxford Buggy Co. 

Taylor-Cannady Buggy Co. 

Horner Bros. Co. 

Bullock & Crenshaw. 

Lone-Winston Co. 

CLUBS. 

Granville Commercial Club. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Horner Bros. Co. 

Granville Farmers Tobacco 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. Y. 

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. 

Cannadv. S. H. 

Sails. A. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Oxford Water & Electric Co. 
FRUIT DEALERS. 

Dames & Cahoulas. 

Sizemore Bros. 

Tavlor Bros. 

Hall. J. G. 

Thomas. L. 

Breerllove & McFarland. 
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). 

Hunt. D. C. (Wholesale). 

Medford. J. .T. ("Wholesale). 
HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Landis. C. H. 

Acme Hardware Co. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Granville Real Estate Co. (Life and 
Fire). 

Roller. J. B.. & Son (Fire). 

White. W. H. (Life). 

Fuller & Lyon (Fire). 
JEWELERS. 

Oxford Jewel rv Co. 



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LAWYERS. 
Royster. B. S. 
Hicks, A. A. 
Graham <fe Devin. 
Stem, T. G. 
Drummitt, D. G. 
Lanier, T. 
Lassiter. Ben. K. 
LUMBEB DEALERS AND M'F'B'S. 
Ray, C. D. 
Turner, L. B. 
Cannady, W. E. 
Granville Lumber Co. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 

Hunt, J. P. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Oxford. Cotton Mills. 

Taylor-Cannady Buggy Co. 

Oxford Buggy Co. 

Harris-Glenn Body Co. (Buggy 
Bodies). 

Oxford Wheel Co. (Buggy Wheels). 

Oxford Furniture Co. 

Acme Hardware Co., successors L. 
B. Turner. 

Oxford Manufacturing Co. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Landis, C. H. 

PAINTERS. 

Patterson, J. U. 

Longmire, R. A. 

Eatman, H. H. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 

Medford. J. J. (Wholesale). 
Hunt, D. C. 
J. F. White Co. 

PLUMBERS. 
Osborne & Mason. 
Montgomery, P. H., & Co. 
PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Washington, W. F. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Britt Printery. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Orphan's Friend and Masonic Jour- 
nal (Weekly) — John Nichols. Editor. 

Oxford Banner (Semi-Weekly) — 
G. T. Butt. Editor. 

Oxford Pnblio Ledger (Weekly) — 
O. F. Crowson, Editor. 

BEAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Granville Real Estate and Trust Co. 
Granville Lumber Co. 
Howell, T. C. 

SHINGLE DEALEBS. 

Turner, L. B. 

Oxford Manufacturing Co. 

MEBCHANTS. 

Brooks, J. D. 
Paris Dry Goods Co. 
Carrol & Ferguson. 
Sizemore, J. T. 

UNDEBTAKEBS AND EMBALMEBS. 

Wood, J. Robert. 
Tjpchurch Bros. 

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WALL PAPEB DEALEBS. 

Landis, C. H. 
Baird & Chamblee. 

TOBACCO WAREHOUSES. 
Farmers. 
Banner. 
Owen. 
Johnson, Mangum & Watkins. 

LIVEBY STABLES. 
Mangum & Smith. 
Critcher & Boyd. 
Williford, A. 
Nelson & Watkins (sales only). 



CREEDMOOR. 

Incorporated in 1904. 
Population, 1910: .326. 
Value of real estate, $124,131; value 
of personal property, $56,9S5. 
Tax Bate: 30c. on the $100. 

TOAVN OFFICEBS. 

Mayor — J. L. Peed. 

Postmaster — J. E. Purguson. 

Chief of Police— J. T. Curl. 

B. B. Agent — J. T. Moss, Seaboard 
Air Line. 

, Managers Telegraph — J. T. Moss, 
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 — H. D. Mangum, 
President ; I. E. Harris, Cashier. 

The First National Bank — J. F. 

Sanderford. President; W. B. Lasley, 
Cashier. 

DOCTOBS. 

Lyon, S. C. 

Lyon. A. A. 

Peed, J. L. 

Tillery, J. N.- 
Perry. T. H. 

Perry, Z. T. 

Sandlin. W. D. 

Cobb, J. S. 

S. W. Miner. 

Emory, L. D. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Garner Drug Store. 

Sanderford Drug Store. 

GENEBAI. MERCHANDISE. 

Curl, A. L., & Co. 

Rogers, B. G. 

Creedmoor Supply Co. 

Lyon, S. C. 

Bazaar Dry Goods Co. 

Wagloff, Lyon & Co. 

Rogers, J. E. 

Moss, O. B. 

Chappell. J. T. 

Chappell, J. W. 

Allen Grocery Co. 



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Bullock, I. YV., & Co. 
Cross, L. H. 
Longmire, L. H. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Central Hotel. 
Aiken, Mrs. T. D. 
Beck, E. F. 
Jones, J. E. 



LIVERY STABLES. 
Winston, R. O. W. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Creerlmoor Brick & Lumber Co. 
Standard Hosiery Mills Co. 
WAREHOUSES. 

Globe Warehouse. 
Star Warehouse. 



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, $2,865,419; value of personal property, $1,133,439. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, $3,872,516; by negroes, §126,392. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 23 2-3c. on the $100; special, 29c. County 
bonded debt, $30,000. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

East Carolina Railway, 9.63 miles, assessed value $26,148.00 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 4,978.00 

Kinston and Snow Hill Railroad, 7.00 miles, assessed value 21,000.00 

Norfolk Southern Railroad, 8.04 miles, assessed value 104.S50.44 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 3,218.15 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 702.00 

Southern Investment Co.. assessed value 268.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 380.59 

Pullman Co.. assessed value 1,552.00 

Superior Court Terms: February 26th: September 2d: May 27th (civil 
cases only) ; December 2d. 



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 — Jas. 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, Snow Hill; W. A. Darden, Ayden ; 
John Harvey, Snow Hill. 

County Commissioners — J. C. Exiim, 
(chrm.), Snow Hill; J. J. Eason, Wal- 
stonburg; C. L. Hardy, Snow Hill; 
C. D. West. Faro : 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. 
Susg, Snow Hill ; Everett Tavlor, 
Snow Hill. 

Shine— B. W. Britt. Snow Hill; E. 
C. Vaughn, Snow Hill. 

Jason — Wade Mewborne, LaGrange. 

Hookerton— G. B. Pate, Snow Hill; 
•T. 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 
Marv Edwards. Principal. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

West. Albert. Saratoga, R. F. D. 
3IERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Turnage & Ormond. 

Carr. Fred L. 

Hughes. Brothers. 

Mewborn, W. D., & Son. 

Mewborn. J. R. 

Hooker, Allev. 

COTTON GINS. 

Harvey. John. Snow Hill. 

Aswell & Smith Ginnery, Snow Hill. 

Turnage & Ormond. Snow Hill. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Barrow, Miss Viola, Arba. 

Hill, E. L.. Arba. 

Askew, Mrs. Ruth. Arba. 

Mitchell. Miss Verdie, Walstonburg. 

Dixon, Miss Helen, Snow Hill. 



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Hardy, Miss Annie, Stantonsburg. 
Burnett, J. H., Snow Hill. 
Scarboro, Miss Eugenia, Hookerton. 
Gillikin, Miss Virgila M., Hooker- 
ton. 
Winnifred, Harper, Hookerton. 
Dail, Miss Rosa, Snow Hill. 
Stanfleld, Miss Gertrude, Snow Hill. 
Whitted, Miss Bessie, La Grange. 
Whitted, Miss Pearl, La Grange. 
Hill, Miss Olivia, Arba. 
Warters, Miss Annie, Walstonburg. 
Darden, Miss Josie. Ayden. 
Darden, Miss Nannie, Ayden. 
Moore, Miss Lillian, Snow Hill. 
Holmes, Miss Rosalie. Snow Hill. 
Parker, Miss Myrtle E., Snow Hill. 
Exum, Miss Estelle. Snow Hill. 
House, T. L., Snow Hill. 
Edwards, Miss Mary, Snow Hill. 
Sues'. Miss Elizabeth, Snow Hill. 
Croom, Mrs. Roy, Snow Hill. 
Outlaw. Miss Addie, Snow Hill. 
Sngg, Mrs. Hardy, Jr., Snow Hill. 
Vause. Miss Annie. Farmville. 
Skinner, Miss Rosalie. Farmville. 
Parker. Miss Sarah, Snow Hill. 
Hooten, Miss Rosa. Snow Hill. 
Hooten. Miss Evelyn, Snow Hill. 
Smith, Miss Evelyn, Snow Hill. 
Hadley. Miss Maude. La Grange. 
Flannajran. Miss Mary, Arba. 
Da'l. Miss Annie, Snow Hill. 



SNOW HTLLi. 

Population, 1010: 500. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. P. Frizzelle. 
Postmaster — F. W. Faireloth. 
Chief of Police — H. E. Edwards. 
R. R. Agent — M. H. Potter, Kinston 
£i Snow Hill R. R. 

MINISTERS AND CHIRCHES. 

Methodist — W. H. Moore, 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 (Weekly) — J. E. 
Debnam, Editor. 

Eastern Recorder (Weekly) — W. J. 
Jordan, Editor. 

Square Deal (Weekly) — G. A. Jones, 
Editor. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Exum, J., & Co. 

Edwards, J. A., Jr., & Sons. 

Lassiter, T. U., & Son. 

Dixon Brothers( Inc.) 

Sauls, C. D. 

Harper, Dock. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Potter Hotel. 

Dail, Mrs. Berry. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Dail, Fred. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Moore, C. T. (Buggies, wagons, etc.) 



HOOKERTON. 

Incorporated. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— W. F. Tryler. 

Chief of Police — R. L. Rouse. 

Postmaster — W. O. Dixon. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— 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. 



GUILFORD 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, $12,759,640; value of personal property. $5,814,422. 

Property listed in 1911. by whites. $17,990,569; by negroes. $583,493. 

No. of Schools: For w hites, 89; for negroes. 32. 



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GUILFORD COUNTY. 



Tax Rate: County purposes, 23 2-3e. on the $100; poll, $1.50 on each poll; 
school, 20c; reads ami bridges, 12 ]-:'.(•. on the $100. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 900. Worked under township superintendents, 
and number miles macadam road 160.. Two squads of convicts. 

RAILROAD. TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Liberty Telephone Co.. assessed value $ 211.00 

Gibsonville Telephone Co., assessed value 1,097.00 

Southern Railway, 26.30 miles, assessed value 1,028,858.56 

Atlantic and Yadkin Railway, 39.26 miles, assessed value 43S.602.00 

High Point, Randleman. Ash. and So. Ry., 3.04 miles, assessed 

value 38.000.00 

North Carolina Railroad. 33.37 miles, assessed value 2,319,125.67 

Pullman Co., assessed value 12,138.58 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 18.571.30 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 56,695.34 

North Carolina Public Service Co., assessed value •. 172.6S0.00 

Union Tank Line Co., assessed value 6.250.00 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 149,975.00 

Southeast Guilford Telephone Co., assessed value 2,380.00 

North State Telephone Co., assessed value 17,4S1.00 

Merchants Despatch Transportation Co., assessed value 1,524.00 

Thomasville Telephone uo., assessed value 25.00 

Farmers Telephone Co.. assessed value 380.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 15.4S3.60 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 7.022.60 

Good Will Telephone Co., assessed value 406.00 

Orinoco Telephone Co.. assessed value 108.00 

Southern Power Co.. assessed value 39.570.00 

Patch Fork Telephone Co., assessed value S4.00 

Pleasant Grove Telephone Co.. assessed value 65.00 

Guilford Telephone Co.. assessed value 1,080.00 

Prospect Telephone Co.. assessed value 44.00 

Brown's Summit Telephone Co., assessed value 690.00 

Superior Court Terms: January 1st (civil); January 15th (civil); Feb- 
ruary 12th (civil); February 26th (criminal); April 1st (criminal): April 
15th' (civil) : June 3d (civil); June 17th (criminal): August 12th (civil); 
September 16th (criminal); October 21st (civil); December 9th (criminal'). 



COUNTY OFFICER*. 

Clerk of the Court— J. W. Forbis, 
Greensboro. 

Deputy Clerk— M. W. Gant, Greens- 
boro. 

Sheriff — B. E. Jones. Greensboro. 

Deputy Sheriff — J. H. Shaw, Greens- 
boro. 

Register of Deeds — W. H. Rankin, 
Greensboro. 

Deputy Register of Deeds — Roy H. 
Jones. 

Treasurer — G. H. McKinney, Greens- 
boro. 

Coroner — W. W. Wood. Greensboro. 

Surveyo- — F. L. Foust, Greensboro. 

Auditor — J. Leslie Abbott, Greens- 
boro. 

Co. Supt. of Health— G. F. Ross, 
Greensboro. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— Thos. R. 
Foust. Greensboro. 

Supt. of County Home — W. W. 
Whittington, Greensboro, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Home of Correction — C. M. Glass, 
Superintendent. Greensboro. 

Co. Board of Education — W. T. 
Whitsett. Whitsett; C. H. Ireland, 
Greensboro ; J. C. Kennett, Pleasant 
Garden. 



County Commissioners — W. G 

Bradshaw (chrm.). High Point: C. 
A. Wharton. Whitsett; W. C. Boren, 
Pomona ; W. C. Tucker. Pleasant 
Garden ; J. Al. Rankin. Proximity. 
Greensboro. 

County Board of Elections — T. J. 
Murphy, (chrm.). Greensboro: W. C. 
Jones,' High Point; J. G. Hodgin, 
Pleasant Harden. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
Washington Township — ■ G. W. 
Brooks, Altamahaw; W. P. Heath, 
i Gibsonville. 

Rock Creek — Berry Davidson. Gib- 

j sonville: J. Henry Joyner. Gibson- 

i ville; C. M. Zimmerman. Gibsonville. 

Green— J. L. Holt. Greensboro, R. 

F. D.; W. A. Staley. Liberty. R. F. 

D. No. 2 ; Geo. M. 'Amiek, 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. TJ. Hinshaw, Greensboro, R. F. P.; 



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201 



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- 
dreth, Greensboro ; J. M. Cuningham, 
Greensboro ; Thos. Pemberton, Greens- 
boro; Wm. C. England, Greensboro; 
J. B. Minor, Greensboro ; D. H. Col- 
lins, Greensboro. 

Fentress — Chas. T. Weatherly, 
Pleasant Garden ; J. A. Allred, Pleas- 
ant Garden ; J. R. McCulloch, Pleasant 
Garden; J. A. Coble, Climax. 

Centre Grove — J. B. Golden, Sum- 
merfleld; H. C. Brown, Summerfleld ; 
L. A. Walker, Summerfleld. 

Morehead — L. R. Noah, Battle 
Ground ; W. S. Lyon, Greensboro ; S 
Mitchell, Greensboro ; W. H. Williams. 
Greensboro; J. Grasty Fowler, 
Greensboro ; P. C. Lindley, Greens- 
boro: E. P. Land, Greensboro; Sam- 
uel Brown, Greensboro : E. F. Pas- 
chall. 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, Summerfleld ; 
R. V. Harris, Summerfleld; W. H. 
Wilson, Summerfleld ; J. H. Idol, Sum- 
merfleld ; J. H. Medearis, Summerfleld. 

Friendship— A. T. Millis, Guilford 
College; J. 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 ; J. 
M. Davis, Jamestown. 

Oak Ridge — Chas. Case, Oak Ridge; 
R. W. Jones. Stokesdale; J. R. Dwig- 
gins. 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 — N. W. Beeson, High 
Point; Emory A. Hanner, High 
Point: W. G. Brown, High Point; 
J. Matt Sechrest. High Point: Arthur 
Lyon. High Point ; Dugan Davis, 
High Point. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Whitsett Institute — W. T. Whitsett, 
Principal. Whitsett. 

Guilford College — Lyndon Lewis 
Hobbs, President, Guilford College. 

Oak Ridge Institute — J. A. and M. 
H. Holt, Principals. 
* PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS 

Knight, William P.. White Oak. 

Norman, Geo. W., Pomona. 

Spoon. Arthur Ogburn. Revolution. 



Paddison, J. R., Oak Ridge. 

Armfleld, D. O., Jamestown. 

Fox, M. F., Guilford College. 

Reaves, J. T., Vandalla. 

Gray, Claiborn, Pleasant Garden. 

Giltuer. Chas., McLeansville. 

Gordon. J. R., Jamestown. 

Coble, W. A., Kimesville. 

Davis. W. C, Summerfleld. 

Foscue. J. E., Jamestown. 

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. 
FLOUR, 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. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Phillipie. Miss Ethel, Whitsett. 

Coltrane. Miss Lucy, Pleasant Gar- 
den. 

Lewellyn, Miss Lelia, Stoneville. 

Fentriss, Miss Lula, Pleasant Gar- 
den. t 

Gorrell. Miss Jennie, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 6. 

Stratford, Miss Annie B. Greens- 
boro, R. F. D. No. 5. 

Pritchett, Miss Ollie, Brown Sum- 
mit, R. F. D. 

Patton. Mrs. J. W., Elon College. 

Lawrance. Miss Annie. Catawba. 

Hodges, Miss Mabel, Kinston. 

Patton, Miss Aileen, Elon College. 

Hobby, Mrs. W. B.. Gibsonville. 

Joyner, Prof. J. H., Whitsett. 

Greeson, Miss Donna A., Burling- 
ton, R. F. D. No. 10. 

Richardsou, Miss Daisy, Liberty. 
R. F. D. 

Field, Miss Lynette, Pleasant Gar- 
den. 

McCulloch, Miss Ida, Greensboro. 

Foust. Miss Abbie, Julian, R. F. D. 

Bowman, Will, Liberty, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Mendenhall, Miss Dovie, Liberty, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Jones, .Miss Estelle. Julian, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 



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Moore, Miss Georgia. Burlington, R. 
P. D. No. 4. 

Sockwell, Miss I'.elle. Gibsonville. 

Simpson, Miss Ida, Burlington, R. 
F. D. No. 8. 

Liles. Prof. S. T., Brown Summit, 
R. F. D. 

Penny, Miss Celestia, Brown Sum- 
mit. 

Gordon. Miss Pearl, Jamestown. 

Webb. Miss Hattie, Brown Summit, 
R. F. D. 

Vickery, Miss May, Loray. 

Lambeth, Miss Bessie, Brown Sum- 
mit. R. F. D. 

Smithey, Miss Hallie, Mclver. 

Benbow, Miss Annie, Guilford Col- 
lege. 

Otwell. Grant, Greensboro, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Otwell, Miss Myrtle, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Boone. Mi^s Addie, Whit sett. 

Malloy, Miss Nettie, Reidsville, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Cobb, Katnrah. MeLeansville. 

Rollina, Miss Etta. Holly Springs. 

Andrews. Flossie. Greensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 6. 

McNeely, Miss Mvrtle. Greensboro. 
R. F. D. No. 5. 

Lynch, Mrs. Emma, Whitsett. 

Smith. Miss Lula. Liberty. R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Wheeler. Miss Elizabeth, Whitsett. 

Curtis, Miss Cornelius, Liberty. 

Lineberrv, Miss Frances. Greens- 
boro, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Carter. I). V., Liberty. 

Johnston, Frances, Winston-Salem. 

George, W. D., Westfield. 

Stack, D. E., Colfax. 

Tharp, Miss Claudia, Harmony. 

Boone, Miss Bertha, Burlington. 

Lovings, Miss Virginia, Burlington. 

Mathews. Miss Lillie, Greensboro. 

McCulloch, Miss Sara, Greensboro. 

Sikes, Miss A\ma, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. 

Grimsley. Miss Stella, Greensboro, 
R. F. D. 

Anderson, Miss Annie. Greensboro. 

Hester, Miss Araminta, Greensboro. 

Suit, Miss Clara. Greensboro. 

Stewart, Miss Florence, Greensboro. 

Hester. Miss Maude, Greensboro. 

Hall, Miss Kathleen, Greensboro. 

Michaux, Miss Roche, Greensboro. 

Brown, Miss Ethel, Greensboro. 

Collins, Mrs. Sallie, Greensboro. 

Wardlaw, Miss Harriet, Greensboro. 

Lea, Miss Annie, Greensboro. 

Merritt, Miss Annie, Greensboro. 

Millis, Miss Ida E.. Guilford Col- 
lege. 

Rominger, Miss Daisy, Winston- 
Salem 

Scott, Ora, Ramseur. 

Younts. Ernest. Guilford College. 



I Kinsey, Miss Mamie, Kinston. 

Donnell, Miss Cora, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Ward. Miss Linuie, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Grimsley, Miss Alice. Greensboro, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

McCulloch, Miss Mary, Greensboro, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Starr, Miss Emma, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Lerlbetter, Miss Alice, Greensboro, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Todd, Miss Charlotte. Greensboro, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

• iludstone, R. M., Greensboro, R. F. 
D. No. 6. 

Hodgin, Ona, Greensboro, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Foust, F. L., Pleasant Garden. 

Mclntyre, Miss Lutie, Pleasant Gar- 
den. 

Whitley, Miss Ruth, Pleasant Har- 
den. 

Couch, Miss Effie, Jennings. 

Combs, Miss Margaret, Vilas. 

Hardin, Miss Joanna, Pleasant 
Garden. 

Hardin, Miss Lucilla, Pleasant 
Garden. 

Field. Miss Stella. Climax. 

Goolsby, R. M., Madison. 

McNeely. Miss Janet, Greensboro, 
R. F. D. No. 5. 

Gant, Trinner. Greensboro, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Burgess, Cletus. High Point. 

Sellars, Mrs. T. N., Brown Sum- 
mit, R. F. D. 

Highsinith. J. A., Currie. 

Hyman. Miss Emilie, Hobgood. 

Marshall, Miss Huldah, White 
Plains. 

Fitzgerald. Miss Mary, Greensburo, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Eller, Miss Bertha, Berlin. 

Kime. Miss Katie, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 6. 

Strickland, Miss Belle, Raleigh. 

Hyman, Miss Elizabeth. Hobgood. 

Harper, Miss Nannie F., Whita- 
kers. 

Kennett. Miss Lnclle, Pleasant Gar- 
den. 

Todd, Miss Eula, Jefferson. 

Gibbs, Miss Katie, Reidsville. 

Wilkins, Miss Sara E., Rutherford- 
ton. 

Edwards, Miss Adna, Winston- 
Salem. 

Page, Miss Viola M., Salisbury. 

Medearis. Mat.. Summerfleld. 

Broad well, Miss Katie, St. Paul. 

Toon, Miss Carrie W., Chadbourne. 

Gray, Miss Lou, Asheboro. 

Osborue. Miss Elsie, Greensboro, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Neece. W. R., Climax. 



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Wood, Miss Nora, Millboro, R. P. 
D. No. 1. 

Cranford, Miss Esther, CHmas, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

LaytoB, Miss Georgia, Jamestown. 

Hendrix, Miss Lura, Guilford Col- 

Hosford, A. L., Summerfield, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Byrd, Miss Clara, Summerfield, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Caffey, Miss Carrie Belle, Summer- 
field, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Carrell, J. Wilson, Reidsville. 

Page, Miss Florence N., Summer- 
field. 

Davis, Miss Annie Dent, Greens- 
boro. 

Stack, Miss Daisy, Colfax. 

Fentriss, Miss Sallie, Pleasant 
Garden. 

Bramble, Miss Ada, Atkinson. 

Farlow, Newton. Guilford College. 

Lamb, Miss Mamie. Guilford College. 

White, Miss Flora, Guilford Col- 
lege. 

Rominger, Miss Glennora, Guilford 
College. 

Gentry, J. C, Stokesdale. 

Coltrane, E. J.. Jamestown. 

Shamburger, Miss Linnie. Hill's 
Store. 

Michael, Miss Ada, Pleasant Gar- 
den. 

Phillips, Miss Kate, Jamestown. 

Hornaday, Miss Carrie. Randleman. 

Daniels, Miss Ethel. Randleman. 

Jones, Miss Annie, Jamestown. 

Coltrane. Mrs. E. J., Jamestown. 

Fryar, Miss Vannie, McLeansville. 

Jackson, Miss Raye, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Hodgin, Miss Linnie, Greensboro, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Pike, D. V., Siler City. 

Lowrey, W. G.. Kernersville. R. 
F. D. 

Merrimon, Mrs. Ella B., Oak Ridge. 

Brookbank, G. C, Stokesdale. 

Brookbank, W. M., Stokesdale. 

Glenn, Miss Lillie, Stoneville. 

Voss, Mrs. H. D., Kernersville, R. 
F. D. 

Bowman. Miss Irene. Oak Ridge. 

Sharp, Miss Lizzie J., Madison, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Hosford, Miss Lucy, Madison. 

Peele. Miss Margaret, Guilford Col- 
lege. 

Burgess, Miss Blanche, High Point. 

Stuart, Miss Erie, Kernersville, R. 
F. D. No 2. 

Cude, H. C, Colfax. 

Crutchfield, Miss Mabel. Guilford. 

McKaughan, J. H., Kernersville, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Pegg, Miss Mary E.. Kernersville, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 



Wheeler, Miss Ada, High Point, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Boyd, R. C, High Point, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Carawan, H. B., Lowland. 

Ingle, Miss Saidee, Burlington. 

Hammer, Miss Lena, Mechanicsville. 

Grant, Miss Janie, Mechanicsville. 

Hammer, D. E., High Point. 

Viekrey, Miss Maude, Jamestown. 

Briggs, Mis s Bertha. High Point. 

Wootten, J. E., Snow Hill. 

York, Miss Lena, High Point. 

Hughes, Miss Gertrude, High Point. 

Farlow, E. E., High Point. 

Farlow, Miss Gertrude, High Point, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Chappell. Mrs. R. T., High Point. 

Richardson, Miss Amanda, High 
Point. 



GREENSBORO. 

Population, 1910: 15.S95. No. white 
polls, 1,713; No. colored polls, 'Mr,. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty. $9,432,141. 

Tax Rate: $1.30. 

Bonded debt, $860,000. 

Owns its own waterworks and 
sewer system, valued at $450,000. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor and Commissioner of Public 
Accounts and Finance — Thos. J. 
Murphy. 

Chief of Police— I. B. Iseley. 

City Clerk — Jno. S. Michaux. 

Treasurer — E. A. Browne. 

Tax Collector — E. A. Browne. 

City Attorney — A. Wayland Cooke. 

City Supt. of Health— Dr. A. R. 
Wilson. 

Health Officer— John W. Donovant. 

Postmaster — Robt. D. Douglas. 

Judge of 3Iunicipal Court — N. L. 
Eure. 

City Solicitor— E. D. Kuykendall. 

City Court Clerk— S. Glenn Brown. 

Inspector Buildings— R. H. Milton. 

Keeper of Cemetery — Chas. Hiatt. 

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 — (First Baptist), J. Clyde 
Turner, Pastor; (Asheboro Street 
Baptist), W. F. Staley. Pastor; (For- 
est Avenue Baptist), R. G. Kendrick, 
Jr., Pastor; (Proximitv Baptist), 
W. H. Eller, Pastor; (White Oak Bap- 
tist), W. H. Strickland, Pastor. 

Christian — John W. Bolton, W. C. 



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GUILFORD COUNTY. 



Wicker, E. M. Carter, Henry C. Ful- 
ton, Pastors. 

Episcopal — Thos. G. Faulkner, Rec- 
tor. 

Moravian — Carleton E. White, Pas- 
tor. 

First Lutheran— J. E. Shenk, Pas- 
tor. 

Methodist Protestant — T. J. Ogburn, 
Pastor. 

Methodist— Presiding Elder, W. R. 
Ware; (Centenary), R. D. Sher- 
rill; E. C. Glenn, Evangelist; (East 
Greensboro), R. D. Fox; (West Mar- 
ket), E. K. McLarty; (Spring Gar- 
den). W. E. Aberuethy; (Walnut St.) 
G. II. Christenburg; (West Greens- 
boro). W. L. Dawson. 

Presbyterian — (First Presbyterian), 
Melton Clark. Pastor; (Westminster 
Presbyterian), C. E. Hoggin, Pastor; 
(Buffalo Church). J. W. Goodman, S. 
M. Rankin. M. M. Shields, J. H. Wil- 
son, Pastors. 

Catholic — Vincent Taylor, Pastor. 

Reformed — Shuford Peeler, Pastor- 
Friends — Earle J. Harold, Pastor. 

Church of the Covenant — R. Mur- 
phey Williams, Pastor. 

Jewish — Louis I. Eggleson. 

Holiness — Blum H. Vestal. 

SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. 

Asheboro Street Graded School. 

Normal Training School. 

Spring Street High School. 

Lee Street Graded School. 

Lindsay Street Graded School. 

Forbis Street Graded School. 

Davie Street Graded School. 

State Normal and Industrial Col- 
lege — J. I. Foust, President. 

Greensboro Female College — Mrs. 
Lucy H. Robertson, President. 

Greensboro Commercial School. 

State Agricultural and Mechanical 
College (col.) — James B. Dudley, 
President. 

Miss Meta Beall's Kindergarten 
School. 

Page's School of Pharmacy. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

The Dome. 
Laidler Hotel. 
Hotel Clegg. 
Hotel Guilford. 
Hotel Hufflnes. 
Allen House. 
The Jefferson. 
The McAdoo Hotel. 
Piedmont Hotel. 
White Oak Inn. 
Deaver, Mrs. M. O. 
Apple. Mrs. Alice. 
Dick, Julius N. 
Allen, Mrs. Ada. 
Atchison, Mrs. May F. 
Bogart, Mrs. H. M. 
Brady House. 



Burks, Mrs. Mamie. 

Case, Mrs. Louisa A. 

Currie, Mis. Bertha. 

Clark, Mrs. Ida. 

Clary, Mrs. Sallie A. 

Coleman, Mrs. Fannie A. 

Collins House. 

Dick, Mrs. Leua A. 

Forest Inn. 

Dodamead, Mrs. Debbie A. 

Epps, Hiram C. 

Gate City House. 

Grady, Jas. M. 

<irimn, Mrs. Lossie P. 

Harvey, Mrs. Lou N. 

Jeter, Mrs. L. B. 

Hester, Mrs. Laura J. 

Holder, Mrs. Julia. 

Hudson, Mrs. Ida B. 

Hutchens, Mrs. Rebecca. 

Johnson, Jno. P. 

Kirkman. Mrs. Isabella V. 

Phibbs, Dora A. 

Langston, Mrs. Jane E. 

McCollum, Thos. A. 

Moore, Mrs. Ora H. 

Ridge, Mrs. Martha F. 

Patterson, Mrs. Louise A. 

Robbins, Mrs. Lydia J. 

Slack, Mrs. Nannie F. 

Rycroft, Mrs. Virginia H. 

Sharpe, Mrs. Rebecca C. 

Trent, Mrs. Addie O. 

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. 

Westou. Frank A. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

American Exchange National Bank 
— R. G. A^aughan, President; F. C. 
Boyles, 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. 

BAKERS. 

Clegs, Leonidas L. 
. Northside Steam Bakery. 

Washington Steam Bakery. 

Brandt Bakery. 

White Oak Mills Bakery. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Alley, Geo. W. 

Cunningham Brick Co. 

Williams, Jas. G. 

Jennings, W. G. 

Kirkpatrick Brick Co. 

Smith. Jas. M. 



GUILFORD COUNTY. 263 


BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 


West, James H. 


Callahan -Dodson. 


Smith & Smith. 


Coble & Mebane. 


Styers, Peter. 


Ford ham, Albert E. 


Winchester, Samuel H. 


Hendrix, J. M. 


Gardner, Howard. 


Wear-U-Well Co. 


Greensboro Drug Co. 


Rick-Donnell-Medearis Co. 


Farriss-Kluttz Drug Co. 


Thacker & Brockmann. 


Grissom & Co. 


Spearman Shoe Co. 


Boyst, C. H. (Mfr.) 


Fordham, A. E. 


Ballance & Co. (Mfr). 


BOOK STORES. 


CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 


Wills Book Store. 


Allred, R. L. 


Barker Bros. 


Dean, N. H. 


Union News Co. 


Elliott, Robt. W. 


Smithdeal, L. A. 


Enoch, W. B. 


BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS 


Swaim, John A. 


Greensboro Building and Loan As- 


Bain, J. W. 


sociation. 


Brooks, Audrew F. 


Gate City Building and Loan Asso- 


Coltrane, Jno. 


ciation. 


Grouse, Jas. L. 


Pioneer Building and Loan Asso- 


Boycott, 0. D. 


ciation. 


Browne, Samuel. 


BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 


Clapp, William A. 


CATTLE. 


Fields, William S. 


Moorefield, J. R. 


Fries. William A. 


Johnson, Bert. 


Hanuer, Solomon E. 


Clarida, Henry P. 


Husband, Joseph. 


Garrett, Elmer E. 


Jones, Judson B. 


Hudson Meat Market Co. 


McClamrock, Jno. 


Jeffreys. Marcellus. 


Morris, J. C. 


Law, Watson. 


Pleasants, William R. 


Murray, J. A. 


Roles, Marshall. 


Olive, J. C. 


Sullivan. Jno. L. 


Parlor Meat Market. 


Summers, Nathan L. 


Schlosser & Son. 


Waynick, Joshua, J. 


South Greensboro Market. 


Holliday & Crouse. 


Wagstaff, Geo. W. 


CONTRACTORS. 


Weisner, Augustus T. 


MacKenzie, Burt. (Heating.) 


Johnson & Reives. 


Hobbs, Jno. M. (Concrete). 


CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 


Hobbs, William J. (Gradings) 


Lewis, J., & Sons. (Mfr.) 


Abbott, Jas. C. 


Newell, M. G. 


Chisholm & Heck (Concrete). 


Oettinger Buggy Co. 


Boycott, O. D. (Concrete). 


Taylor, Frederick N. 


Carolina Cornice and Skylight Co. 


Townsend Buggy Co. 


Greensboro Roofing Co. 


CLUBS. 


COTTON BROKERS. 


Elks' Home. 


Moses, H. I. 


Merchants' & Manufacturers' Club. 


COTTON DEALERS. 


Greensboro Country Club. 


Crabtree, Thomas 


Y. M. C. A. 


Hedspeth & Rucker. 


COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 


Laird & Laird. 


Coe & Cobb. 


Latham, J. E., & Co. 


Anderson, W. I. 


McFadden. Geo. H.. & Bro. 


Clegg, W. F. 


Piedmont Cotton Co. 


Foster-Moffltt Co. 


Brandt, L. J. 


Greensboro Produce Co. 


COTTON WAREHOUSES. 


Hunter Manufacturing Co. 


Latham, J. E., & Co. 


Patterson Co. 


COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 


Cone Export and Commission Co. 


Browne, Samuel. 


COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 


Fleming Bros. 


Proximity Manufacturing Co. 


Cranford, W. L. 


Revolution Cotton Mills. 


Cunningham Bros. 


White Oak Cotton Mills. 


Dixie Ice & Coal Co. 


Pomona Cotton Mills. 


Fogleman. Chas. J. 


CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 


Greensboro Ice & Coal Co. 


Allsbrook. Kindred. 


Guilford Coal & Wood Co. 


Duggins, McCoy. 


Power & Armstrong. 


Erwin, Jno. L. 


Southside Fuel Co. 


nanner. Jno. A. 


Wilkerson. Chas. P.. 


Maddox. Starke. 


Melvin. Robt. II. 



266 GUILFORD 


COUNTY. 


CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 


Knight, W. P. 


FURNISHERS. 


Moore, Chas. E. 


Crawford ^ ltees. 


Led better, Arthur E. 


Globe Clothing Co. 


Crutchfleld, W. E. (Osteopatch). 


Fleisher Bros. 


Long, John Wesley (Surgeon). 


Isaacson, Isaac. 


Meadows, Washington J. 


Brown-Belk Bros. Co. 


Michaux, E. R. 


Marks, David. 


Miles, Miss May S. 


Johnson, Hinkle & Co. 


Montgomery, Jno. C. (Osteopath). 


Simpson, Henry C. 


Mosley, Chas. W. (Stomach). 


Stadiem, B., & Son. 


Reaves, Perry W. 


Stadiem, David. 


Richardson, William J. 


Union Colthing Co. 


Rieves, Jas. T. 


Vanstory Clothing Co. 


Roberson, Chas. 


Wallace & Co. 


Turner. J. Pinkney. 


Lesser, M. A. 


Williams, Buxton B. 


National Woolen Mills. 


Wilson, Arthur R. 


Keith iV: Patterson. 


Bowman, Harlan P. 


DEPARTMENT STORES. 


Tankersley, James W. 


Ellis-Stone Co. 


Williams, John A. 


Brown-Belk Bros. 


Williams, B. B. 


Schiffman Bros. 


Harrison, Edmund. 


Meyers Department Store. 


Calson, C. I. (Swedish Masseur). 


Sapp, A. V. 


Dees, Ralph E. 


Dorsett, Chas. H. 


Alford. A. E. B. 


DENTISTS. 


Ashworth, W. C. 


Betts. Joseph S. 


Bovles, J. Henry. 


Griffith, Jno. W. 


Killam, B. Utcher. 


Humphrey, Lyndon M. 


Spoon. A. 0. 

Took, Thos. (St. Leo's). 


Johnson. Arthur H. 


Lipscomb, Chas. T. 
Rowe. Walter W. 


GROCERS. 


Wheeler. Jno. H. 


Adams, M. J. 


Kernodle. J. F. 


Alston & Brown. 


Wvche, J. E. 


Andrews. L. A. 


Whitsett, Geo. W. 


Allred, D.. E. 


Hartsell, W. K. 


Armfleld, Jas. A. 


Coble, L. G. 


Beck. W. W. 


DRUGGISTS. 


Bennett, Thos. M. 


Asheboro Street Pharmacy. 


Bancroft, M. P. 


Justice Drug Co. (Wholesale). 


Bennett, W. P. 


Conyers' Drug Store. 


Bowles, Robt. 


Fariss-Klutz Co. 


Brannon. Alfred C. 


Five Points Drug Store. 


Brower. Wm. A. 


Fordham's Drug Store. 


Butler, Geo. E. 


Howard Gardner Drug Co. 


Causev, A. E. 


Greensboro Drug Co. 


Cecil, Edward. 


Conyers & Sykes. 


Causey, F. F. 


Grissom Drug Co. 


Chrismon, J. R., & Bro. 


Mcllhenny, J. K., & Sou. 


Clendenin, Henrv W. 


Revolution Pharmacy. 


Coble. J. A., & Son. 


Svkes Drug Co. 


Cockman, Isham, D. 


Maddox, S. M., & Co. 


Cosgin, Geo. C. 


West End Drug Store. 


Caddell, A. M. 


DOCTORS. 


Coltrane, Jacob L. 


Banner. Chas. W. (Eye, Ear, etc.). 


Cook, Thos. E. 


Battle, J. T. J. 


Dobson, Peter S. 


Best, Benjamin W. 


Donnell, Rufus H. 


Brooks. Zachary T. 


Duggins, Caleb L. 


Cole, W. F. 


Edwell & Co. 


Dees, Rigdon 0. 


Fentress, F. S. 


Dees, R. E. 


Fields. F. M. 


Dees & Dees. 


Foster, Chas. L. 


Dodson, Henry H. 


Grantham, Murray F. 


Fortune, Alexander F. 


Green, C. D. 


Olascock, Mrs. Joy Harris. 


Hepler Bros. 


Gove, Miss Anna M. 


Hiatt, R. G. 


Hilton, J. J. 


Hodgin Bros. 


Hiatt, F. C. 


Hogshead, Watson. 


Tarboe. Parran. 


Hooper. J. L. 



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Hudson Grocery Co. 
Ingold, W. A. 
Jackson, Geo. W. 
Jenkins, Win. R. 
Ladd & Fulton. 
Lambert, J as. T. 
Low, J. H. & W. F. 
Mills, Geo. W. 
McClintock, Geo. W. 
McGibboney & Reid. 
Marsh, Robt. 
Mile Run Grocery Co. 
Musgrove, R. L. 
Mantz, L. I. 
Mitchell Bros. 
Morrison Bros. 
Ozment, E. N. 
Padgett, Harvey R. 
Palmer, Samuel. 
Patterson Bros. 
Pearce, Oscar F. 
Phillips, Geo. D. 
Phillips & Cox. 
Pickett, W. F., & Co. 
Pike, W. T., & Son. 
Prince, Jas. H. 
Pugh, Chas. E. 
Purvis. Wm. E. 
Rivers, Benj. 
Lee, Ralls & Co. 
Scott, C, & Co. 
Simpson. HeDry C. 
Smith, Chas. P. 
Sockwell, W. T. 
Spencer. R. E. 
Staton, William M. 
Sullivan, Jno. A. 
Susman, Jacob. 
Taylor. Geo. H. 
Tesh, Edward F. 
Thomas, Geo. E. 
Troxler Bros. 
Tucker & Erwin. 
Walker, Benj. G. 
Weaver, W. D. 
Waugh, Peter W. 
White Oak Store. 
White, Jno. H., & Co. 
Whittington Bros. 
Whittington, John C. 
Wray, Henry P. 
Sockwell, Jno. E. 
Wyrick, Jno. C. 

The Patterson Co. (Wholesale). 
Jones, J. W., & Co. (Wholesale. 
McLamb. Geo. T. (Wholesale). 
American Commission Co. (Whole- 
sale). 
Scott-Sparger Co. (Wholesale). 
Smitherman Co. (Wholesale). 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Scott, J. W. (Wholesale). 
Brown-Belk Bros. 
Ellis-Stone & Co. 
Meyers Department Store. 
Oilmer. S. L. 
Blackmon, G F. 
Coble. H. M., & Co. 
Dorsett. Chas. H. 
Hendrix. J. M. 



Moore, W. S. 

Thacker & Brockman. 

Sapp, A. V. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 

Foster-Moffitt Co. 

Clegg, Z. V. 

Anderson, W. I., & Co. 

Jennings, C. W., & Sons. 

Coe & Cobb Co. 

Forsythe, A. C. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 

Fulton, Jas. F. 

Power & Armstrong. 

Guilford County Coop Store. 
ELECTRICAL, SUPPLIES. 

Central Electric Co. 
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS. 

Petty, G. E., & Co. 

FLORISTS. 

Van Lindley, J., Nursery Co. 

Summit Avenue Green House. 

Todd, Geo. M. 

Todd, G. L. (Wholesale). 

Gardner, Howard. 

O'Connor, Mrs. 
FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Morrison Bros. 

Robinson, Rickard. 

Hudson, S. E. 

White, A. B. 

Schlosser Bros. 

Clarida, H. P. 

Olive, J. C. 

South Greensboro Market. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Clymer Machine Co. 

Cook-Lewis Foundry Co. 

Sergeant Manufacturing Co. 

Glasscock, G. T., & Sons. 

Greensboro Boiler & Machine Co. 

Guilford Foundry Co. 

Wysong & Miles Co. 

FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Dixie Fire Insurance Co. 

Home Insurance Company of 
Greensboro. 

Underwriters of Greensboro. 

Southern Underwriters of Greens- 
boro. 

Southern Stock of Greensboro. 
FURNITURE FACTORY MACHIN- 
ERY. 

Wysong & Miles Co. 

Newman Machine Co. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Andrews, Nathan D. 

Bloxton, J. W., & Co. 

Buffalo Furniture Co. 

Forbis, Chas. O. 

Goldstein, Jac. 

Burton Furniture Co. 

Wilson Furniture and Undertaking 
Co. 

McDuffie, N. J. 

IIuntley-Stockton-Hill Co. 

Jones-Medearis Furniture Co. 

South Side Trade & Bargain Store. 

Stove Exchange & Furniture. 



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HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Beall Hardware & Implement Co. 

Crews, Chas. F. 

Central Hardware & Mantel Co. 

Greensboro Hardware Co. 

Guilford Hardware Co. 

Odell Hardware Co. 

South .Side Hardware Co. 
HOSPITALS. 

Keeley Institute. 

St. Leo's. 

Telfair Sanatarium. 

Williams Sanatarium. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Miller & Mebane. 

Coffin & Stafford. (General and 
Bonds, Life and accident). 

Gilmer, John A. 

Carolina Real Estate & Investment 
Co. (Fire). 

Carr, O. W., & Co. (Fire). 

Greensboro Commercial & Savings 
Bank (Fire). 

Merrimon, W. B. 

Royster & Fisher (Life, K. of P.). 

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). 

Thompson, A. 

Aetna-Dixie Fire Insurance Co. 
(Accident). 

Fidelitv & Casualty Co. (Accident). 

Clarv, Whitfield S. (Fire). 
INSURANCE COMPANIES (LIFE). 

Security Life and Annuity Co. 

Greensboro Life Insurance Co. 

Gate City Mutual Life and Health 
Co. 

JEWELERS. 

Bernau, Rudolf C. 

Ellington. J. B. 

Neese, William T. 

Pegg. William L. 

Schiffman Jewelry Co. 
LAUNDRIES. 

Columbia Laundry. 

Dick's Laundry. 

Der Sam. 

Lee. Henry. 

Brill's Steam Dye Works. 
LAWYERS. 

Adams. Spencer B. 

Barringer, Jno. A. 

Beall, Thos. S. 

Brooks, A. L. 

Bynum. W. P. 

Eure. N. L. 

Harrison, Roger W. 

Hob good. Frank P. 

Hovle, Thos. C. 

Kuykendall. E. D. 

Brown, S. Glenn. 

Murphy, T. J. 

Wright, Clem. 

Patton, Geo. M. 

Shaw, T. J. 

Stern. David. 



Stern, Sidney J. 

Strudwick, Robt. C. 

Crazier, C. Clifford. 

Scales, J. I. 

King, R. R. 

Kimball, A. B. 

Ferguson, G. S., Jr. 

Wilson. J. N. 

Douglas, R. M. 

Douglass, Martin. 

Douglas, R. D. 

Morehead, J. T. 

Morehead, J. T., Jr. 

Scott, L. M. 

McLean, C. E. 

Stern & Stern. 

Dalton, Carter. 

Cooke, A. Wayland. 

Sherrod, W. J. 

Hines, C. A. 

Wylie, A. S. 

Herbin, L. 

Ferree, T. S. 

Cohen, W. A. 

Stedman, C. M. 

Justice, E. J. 

Broadhurst, E. D. 

Sapp, O. L. 

Williams, S. Clay. 

Hudson, S. Glenn. 

Swift, W. H. 

LIVERY AND SALES STABLES. 

Coble & Starr. 

Fentress, Jule W. 

Fleming Bros. 

Hearne. John T. 

Kincr-Stewart Livery and Sales Co. 

Miles, G. S., & Co. 

Ogburn, W. C. 

Tatum, H. B., & Son. 

Taylor & Hire. 

White, E. E. 

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 Qo. 

Glascock Stove & Manufacturing 
Co. 

Clymer Machine Co. (Machinery.) 

Ballance & Co. (Candy). 

Carolina Cornice & Sky Light Co. 
(Roofing and Skylights). 

Gate City Candy Co. (Candy). 

Gate City Furniture Co. (Furniture). 



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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. 

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). 

Vickery, A. AY.. & Co. (Hardwood 
Factory.) 

Watson, W. A.. & Co. (Flour). 

Pomona Terra -Cotta Co. (Terra- 
Cctta. Sewer Pipes, etc.). 

Gatewell, W. O.. Manufacturing Co. 
(Office Supplies.) 

Thompson & Sons (Shoes). 

Gaulden, G. S. (Harness). 

Richardson, L. (Vick's Remedies). 

North Carolina Metal Culvert Co. 
(Metal Culverts). 

Acme Mill Works (Mill and other 
Machinery). 

Seargeant Mfg. Co. (Iron). 

Greensboro Mfg. Co. (Machinery). 

Dixie Laundry Machine Mfg. Co 
(Laundry Machinery). 

Wysong & Miles Co. (Machinery, 
Wood-working). 

Siedenberg Co. (Cigars). 

Stafford, E. J. & E. G. (Plug To- 
bacco). 

Clegg. W. F. (Cigars)f 

Southern Power Co. 

Auxiliary Steam Plant (Electricity) 

Eureka Mattress Co. 

Greensboro Bedding Co. 

MANTELS AND GRATES. 

McClamrock Marble and Tile Co. 

Odell Hardware Co. 

Southside Mantel Co. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Apostolic Messenger (Semi-Monthly) 
—AY. R. Cox, Editor. 

Daily Record— .T. M. Reece, Editor. 

Everything (Monthly) — Al. Fair- 
brother, Editor. 

Patriot (Weekly)— W. I. Underwood, 
Editor. 

Greensboro Daily News — W. A. Hil- 
derbrand. Editor. 

Labor News (Weekly) — A. J. Wil- 
liams, Editor. 

N. C. Christian Advocate (Weekly) 
— H. M. Blair, Editor. 

N. C. White Ribbon (Monthly)— Mrs. 
Ellen J. Y. Preyer, Editor. 

31. Protestant Herald (Weekly)— J. 
F. McCullock, Editor. 

Woman's Missionary Record (Month- 
ly)— Mrs. J. F. McCullock. Editor. 



State Normal Magazine (Bi-Monthly) 
— Students. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Leak-Halladay Co. 
Odell Hardware Co. 

PAINTERS. 

Cone Sign Works. 
McFarland, W. O. 
Andrews, Robt. E. 
Barham, Jas. T. 
Brewer, Eli R. 
Golden, Eugene D. 
Proctor, T. G. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 

Anderson, W. I. 
Forsyth, C. Alexander. 
Guilford Produce Co. 
Patterson Co. 
Phoenix. John J. 
Jennings, C. W., & Sons. 
Coe & Cobb. 

PLUMBERS. 

Adams & Hunt. 
Albright, J. Ed. 
Battie. C. W.. & Co. 
Donaldson, W. P. 
Pettit. Parley M. 
Stanley, Obie A. 
Beasley, W. C. 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 

Cable Piano Co. 

Cheek-Huston Piano and Organ Co. 

Hodgin. John A., & Co. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Eutsler, W. E. 
Hanes. L. Francis. 
Leonard, Joseph A. 
Moose, William. 
White. Robert G. 
Strader. Galveston B. 
Alderman, S. L. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 

Apostolic Messenger Pub. Co. 
Board of Publication. 
Greensboro Printing Co. 
Harrison Printing Co. 
Kendall & Fisher. 
J. C. Pierce Printing Co. 
Reece. J. M., & Co. 
Stone, J. M. 
Stout Bros. 
Everything Put). Co. 
Pierce Stamp Works. (Rubber 
Stamps). 

TOBACCO DEALERS. 

Penn, Thos. J. 
Stafford, E. J. & A. G. 
Clegg, W. F. 
Siedenberg Co. 
Rees, John. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 
North Carolina rubric Service Co. 
Southern Power Co. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
American Realty & Auction Co. 
Andrews. E. M. 
Brown Real Estate Co. 



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Real Estate & Investment Co. 
Ham, L. M. 
Central Securities Co. 
Daniel, Garland. 
Dixie Real Estate Co. 
Donnell & Walker. 
Eudora Land Co. 

Greensboro Real Estate Emporium. 
Greensboro Real Estate Exchange. 
Guilford Real Estate Co. 
Rankin, A. L. 
Hill. R. R. 
Hodgin, John A. 
Jordan, James F. 
Land. W. R. 
McAdoo, W. D. 
Oakley & Buchanan. 
Down, Price & Co. 
Sellars. W. B. 
Southern Real Estate Co. 
Vanstory, C. M. 
McAdoo. Victor C. 
North Carolina Trust Co. 
South Greensboro Insurance & Real 
Estate Co. 

RESTAURANTS. 

Campbell, Geo. R. 
Clegg, W. F. 
Clegg's Uptown Cafe. 
Clegg's Davie Street Cafe. 
Clegg's Lunch Room. 
Elkins. W. W. 
Hennessee Cafe. 
Phoenix Cafe. 
Southside Cafe. 
Union News Co. 

SHOE DEALERS. 

Callahan Dobson Shoe Co. 
Cable & Mebane. 
Fordham, A. E. 
Hendrix, J. M., & Co. 
Ricks. Donnell. Medearis Co. 
Spearman Shoe Co. 
Wear-U Well Shoe Co. 
Thacker & Brockman. 
Thompson Shoe Co. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 

Cape Fear Manufacturing Co. 
Pitts & Monroe. 
Bain. E. E. 
Brooks Mfg. Co. 

TAILORS. 

Cartland, J. E., & Co. 
Keith & Patterson. 
Horwitz, Abraham. 
Jacobs. Henry. 
Johnson, Henry A. 
Meares. William J. 
Fowler & Moore. 
Ricks-Donnell-Medearis. 
Walker. T. A., & Co. 
National Woolen Mills. 

TOBACCO WAREHOUSES. 

Farmers Warehouse. 
Planters Warehouse. 



UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Huntley-Stockton-Hill Co. 

Poole, Ezekiel. 

Wilson Undertaking Co. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

Charter, Frederick S. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 

Andrew, Robert E. 
Greensboro Wall Paper Co. 
Leak, J. N., Co. 
Proctor, Thomas G. 
Golden, Eugene D. 
Johnson, Wilet T. 

LIMBER M'FB'S. AND DEALERS. 

Bain, E. E. 

Cape Fear Mfg. Co. 

Broad River Lumber Co. 

Brooks Manufacturing Co. 

Clements, W. L., Lumber Co. 

Thurman Lumber Co. 

Guilford Lumber Mfg. Co. 

Montague Mfg. Co. 

Deep River Lumber Co. 

Moore. J. S., & Co. 

Pitts & Monroe. 

South Atlantic Lumber Co. 

Yellow Pine Lumber Co. 

Shaw Bros. Lumber Co. 

Woodard Lumber Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Carolina Tile Co. 
Wright Safety Air Brake Co. 
Durham Can Manufacturing Co. 
Ballance & Co. 
Gate City Candy Co. 
N. C. Metal Culvert Co. 



HIGH POINT. 

Population, 1910: 9.525. 

No. white polls. 1.425: No. colored 
polls, 350. 

Value real estate. S5.000.000: value 
personal propertv. S2.900.000. 

Tax Rate: $1.30 on the S100 in- 
cluding school. 

Bonded debt. $425,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— Fred N. Tate. 

Chief of Police — Benj. Ridge. 

City Clerk— A. A. Halton. 

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. Hayden. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— Dr. W. C. Tyree. John R. 
Miller, Pastors. 

Episcopal— Rev. Mr. Moton, Rector. 

Lutheran — A. L. Kanup. Pastor. 

Methodist— J. H. Earnhardt. G. E. 
Eaves. Pastors. 



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Presbyterian — A. S. Caldwell, Sr., 
Pastor. 

Catholic — Fathev Gregory, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS and academies. 

Graded Schools — Thornwell Haynes, 
Superintendent. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Elwood Hotel. 

Bellevue. 

Payne House. 

Ingram House. 

Imperial Hotel. 

Schaub House. 

Davis 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. 

Blair-Haskins Co. 

BOOK STORES. 

.Tarrett Stationery Co. 

Moore, B. E. 
BUTCHERS 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. 

Pickett Cotton Mills. 

Piedmont Mills. 

Ebony Mills Co. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Johnson, P. H. 

Idol, V. W., & Co. 

Montgomery, M. 

Rogers' Ice Cream Parlor. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Woodling, John. 

Crouch, E. L. 

Baker, D. H. 

Hedrick, E. T. 

Jackson & Montgomery. 

Montgomery. J. H.. & Bro. 



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. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

High Point Perpetual. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Blair-Haskins Co. 

Cannon & Fetzer Co. 

Harris, H., & Bro. 

Silver, N. H. 

Mattocks. C. B. 

Victor Clothing Co. 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 

Mattocks, C. B. 

DENTISTS. 

Pitts, H. C. 

Claytor, W. F. 

Perkins, F. E. 

Hayes, Wm. 

Frazier, A. E. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Ring Drug Co. 

Matton Drug Co. 

Mann Drug Co. 

Green Drug Co. 

DOCTORS. 

Stanton. D. A. 

Turner, J. A. 

Reitzel, J. R. 

Duncan, G. F. 

Burrus, J. T. 

Reitzel. C. E. 

Gravson, C. E. 

McAnally, W. J. 

Jones. William. 

Gerron. G. E. 

Williams, Dr. 

Mendez, Dr. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Allen Bros. 

Newlin-Brooks Co. 

Moffett. H. A. 

Clinard, J. A. 

Alexander & Co. 

Moffett Furnishing Co. 

Kirkman. W. T., & Co. 

Leonard-Beavans Co. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

N. C. Public Service Co. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 

Staut-Rankin Co. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Gray, R. W. 

Mclntire & Son. 
FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 

Central Foundry & Machine Co. 

Peerless Machine Co. 

Southern Machine Works. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Peoples' House Furnishing Co. 

Home Furniture Co. 

Amos Furniture Co. 



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COUNTY. 




GROCERS. 


PRINTING OFFICES. 




Johnson, P. H. 


Enterprise Printing Co. 




Idol, V. AY.. & Co. 


Mellichampe Bros. 




Siceloff, C. E. 


Welch, J. E. 




Hedreck, J. W., & Co. 


Stamey Printing Co: 




Kinley, J. W. 


Long, H. B. 




Brackett & Son (Wholesale). 


Phillips, C. B. 




Moffett Grocery Co. (Wholesale). 


NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 




Piedmont Grocery Co. (Wholesale). 


The Enterprise (Daily and Weekly) 




Stout-Rankin Co. 


— J. J. Farris, Editor. 




HARDWARE DEALERS. 


Southern Furniture Journal — H. W. 




Keeson Hardware Co. 


Kronheimer and J. J. Farris, Editors. 




Siceloff-Lindsay Hardware Co. 


Friend's Messenger (Monthly! — 




High Point Hardware Co. 


Clara I. Cox, Editor. 




HOSPITALS. 

High Point Hospital. 


High Point Lutheran (Monthly) — M. 
L. Camp, Editor. 

Review (Weekly) — W. L. Stamey, 




INSURANCE AGENTS. 


Editor. 




Harrell. John M. (Fire and Life.) 


Tomahawk. (Monthly) — W. L. 




High Point Savings & Trust Com- 


Stamev, Editor. 




pany. (Fire.) 


REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 




Wachovia Loan & Trust Co. (Fire 


High Point Loan & Trust Co. 




and Life.) 


Farriss, J. J. 




Fshelman. A. F. 


Mellis, H. A. 




Jones, W. C. 


SHINGLE DEALERS. 




JEWELERS. 


Snow Lumber Co. 




Staley, D. F. 


TAILORS. 




Lol'tin. R. L. 


Roighter. The Tailor. 




Welch, Walter. 


Sweenck. S. W. 




Queen Jewelry Co. 


Liberty Tailoring Co. 




Cauble, F. P. 


British Woolen Co. 




LAUNDRIES. 


UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 




High Point Steam Laundry. 


Sechrist, J. W. 




LAWYERS. 


Loftin. R. L. 




Farriss. Edward H. 


VETERINARY SURGEONS. 




Gold, T. J. 


Jones, W. M. 




Ragan & Galloway. 


WALL PAPERS DEALERS. 




Roberson, Wescott. 


Parker, Robert. 




Parsons. D. H. 


Austin, W. F. 




Steele, E. D. 


MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 




Barnhardt, C. C. 


Alma Furniture Co. 




Zollicoffer, Dallas. 


Best Chair Co. 




LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 


Beeson Wood Working Co. 




Snow Lumber Co. 


Central Foundry & Machine Works. 




High Point Hardwood Lumber Co 


Cox. J. Elwood. (Shuttle blocks, 




MARBLE WORKS. 


etc.) 




Raper, Dolph. 


Crouch Bros. Mfg. Co. 




Barbee Marble Works. 


Columbia Furniture Co. 




MACHINERY DEALERS. 


Continental Furniture Co. 




Redding, J .P. 


lialton Furniture Co. 




Central Foundry & Machinery Co. 


Dixie Milling Co. 




PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 


Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 2. 




Beeson Hardware Co. 


Davis- Kirkman Co. 




Siceloff-Lindsay Co. 


Electric Milling Co. 




Hieh Poiut Hardware Co. 


Ecker, F. (Mirror Plates.) 




PAINTERS. 


Eagle Furniture Co. 




McCrary Co. 


Ellison Mantel & Table Co. 




PRODUCE DEALERS. 


Enterprise Table Co. 




Stout-Rankin Co. 


Glenola Brick Co. 




Lexington Grocery Co. 


Giant Furniture Co. 




PLUMBERS. 


Globe Home Furniture Co. 




Wellborn Supply Co. 


Globe Parlor Furniture Co. 




Muse. C. C. 


High Point Casket Co. 




Causey. R. E. 


High Point Brick Co. 




PHOTOGRAPHERS. 


High Point Buggy Co. 




Jones, J. E. 


High Point Bed Spring Co. 




Rochelle. C. W. 


High Point Furniture Co. 




Petrie. L. C. Co. 


High Point Hosiery Mills. 





GUILFORD COUNTY. 



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 Cc 
High Point Roll & Panel Co. 
High Point Show Case Works. 
High Point Veneering Co. 
High Point Paint Works. 
High Point Safe & Table Co. 
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, 1910: White. 200; col- 
ored, 50; total, 250. 

Value real estate. $325,000; value 
personal property, .$120,000. 
Postmaster — C. R. Bowman. 
Magistrate — Chas. Case. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist — H. C. Byrum. Pastor. 
Methodist Protestant — 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. 
Donnell & Holt. 
Stafford Bros. 
Donnell, W. O., Jr. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Oak Land Park Hotel. 
Oakhurst 

—IS— 



Whitaker House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Linville, Frank. 

SAW AND PLANING MILLS. 

Case, C. R. 
Donnell Bros. 



JAMESTOWN. 

Population, 1910: White, (300; col- 
ored, 25; total, 625. 

Value real estate, $307,297 ; value 
personal property, $108,760. 
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. .T. Col- 
trane, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Gordon, J. R. 
Foscue, J. E. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Bundy, C. V. 
Johnson, A. F. 
Oakdale Store. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Bundy House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Bundy House Stables. 

COTTON MILLS. 
Oakdale Cotton Mill. 

BUGGY MANUFACTURERS. 
Richardson Buggy Works. 

FLOUR MILLS. 
Williard Flour Mill. 

SAW MILLS. 
Williard Saw Mill. 

SHOE MANUFACTURERS. 
Johnson Brothers & Co. 

CANNING FACTORY. 
Gardner, Jesse A. 

FEED MILL. 
Coltrane, J. L. 

GUILFORD COLLEGE. 



Faculty of Guilford College. 

LEWIS LYNDON HOBBS, Presi- 
dent. Latin and Psychology. 

JOHN EDWIN JAY. Biblical Lit- 
erature. 

JAMES FRANKLIN DAVIS, Greek 
and Oerman. 

GEORGE WILSON WHITE. Math- 
ematics. 

H. LOUISA OSBORNE, Mathemat- 
ics and Latin. 

ADA M. FIELD, Chemistry and 
Geology. 

ALPHEUS DIXIE CROSBY, Eng- 
lish. 

WILLIAM HERBERT KIRLER, 
Biologv. 

DUDLEY DEWITT CARROLL. 
History and Economics. 



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CLEMENT O. MEREDITH. Latin. 

ALFRED ALEXANDER DIXON, 
Physics. 

MARIAN B. RUSTEDT, French and 
Assistant in History. 

BERNICE VIVIAN CRAIG, Di- 
rector of the Department of Music. 

BLANCHE DAWSON, Vocal Music. 

CHARLES G. DOAK, Physical Di- 
rector. 



GIBSONVILI/E. 

Incorporated in 1872. 

Population, 1910: 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 — W. A. White. 

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, 
Gibsonville Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist Protestant— T. A. Led- 
better, Pastor. 

Baptist — No Pastor. 

Lutheran — E. F. Sox, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Gibsonville Graded School — Mrs. 
John Patten, 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, M. L. 
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. 
Brewer, L. B. 
Whitesell, John L. 

GROCERS. 
Shaffner, R. D. 
Jones & Allen. 
Pettigrew & Allen. 
Hufflnes & Co. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Pettigrew, S. & J. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Vortex Lumber Co. (Carpenter shop, 
building material, etc.) 

Overman Chair Manufactory. 



HALIFAX COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, HALIFAX. 



and 



Population: (Census 1910), 37,646. 

Formed in 1758. Named in honor of Earl of Halifax. 
Area* 680 square miles. 

Value real estate. $7,490,576; value personal property $3,535,148. 
Property listed in 1911, by whites, $8,781,948; by negroes, $1,235,576. 
Tax Rate: County purposes, 61 2-3c.on the $100; poor, 20c; roads 
bridges. 20c. ; schools, 20c. 
County bonded debt, $40,000. 
Public Roads: Worked by convicts and day labor. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 61.09 miles, assessed value $2,079,994.86 

Southern Railway — Rolling Stock, assessed value 17.972.00 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 20.20 miles, assessed value 575.3S9.73 



Pullman Co.. assessed value 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value . . . 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Carolina Telephone an<j Telegraph Co., assessed value. 
American Telephone ;md Telegraph Co., assessed value. 

Roanoke Railway. 1.25 miles, assessed value 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. assessed value 

Superior Court Terms: January 29th (jail and civil) 
3d ; August 19th ; November 25th. 



10.526.44 

21.263.00 

14.S04.90 

24,961.57 

15.3S7.0O 

6.172.00 

2.500.00 

2.033.00 

March ISth : June 



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. 



HALIFAX COUNTY. 



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Coroner — H. G. Rowe, Weldon. 

Co. Supt. of Health — I. B. 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. Enfield; W. R. Neville, Heaths- 
ville: W. P. White, Hobgood. 

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- 
cettss. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Brinkleyville Township — Ben. M. 
Hardy. Brinkleyville; W. G. Vinson. 
Brinkleyville; Thomas H. Taylor, 
Brinkleyville ; George L. Knight, 
Brinklevville; C. A. Williams. Ring- 
wood: W. H. Hayes, Tta; 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, 
Enfield: 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. Regester, J. C. 
Butts. J. H. Fenner. Halifax; R. W. 
Carter. Halifax: E. N. Safer. 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. Hedgepeth. 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. 

E. Shields. Scotland Neck; R. H. 
Smith. Scotland Neck. 

Weldon— B. A. Pope. Weldon ; W. L. 
Stainbnck, 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. 
Principal. 

Weldon Graded School — Juo. D. 
Everett, Principal, Weldon. 

Roanoke Rapids Graded School — A. 
E. 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. 

Knight, Miss Lela, Essex. 

Rosser. Miss Daisy E., Essex. 

Fimple. Miss Margaret, Essex. 

Arrington. Miss Bessie, Glen view. 

Williams. Miss Pattie E., Ring 
wood. 

Pinnell, Miss Lucy. Ringwood. 

Mayo, Miss Mary F., Aurelian 
Springs. 

Caston. W. G., Littleton. 

Anderson. Miss Beatrice, Littleton. 

Crawley, Miss Agnes, Littleton. 

Daniel, Miss Mary Long, Airlie. 

Cherry, Miss Bessie E.. Crowells. 

Seweli, Miss Jennie, Tillery. 

Shields, Miss Irma, Spring Hill. 

Corbitt. M ; ss Emma. care Willis 
Weeks. Enfield, R. F. D. 

Weeks. Mrs. Mamie Barnes, Scot- 
land Neck. 

Quincy. Miss Margaret, Enfield. 

Cousins. Miss Zelma, Enfield. 

Bustin, Miss Dela, Enfield. 

Lawrence, Miss Annie. Enfield. 

Robertson, Miss Kathleen. Enfield. 

Whitaker. Miss Susie. Enfield. 

Arrington, Miss Maude. Aurelian 
Springs. 

Pittman, Miss Mamie E., Halifax. 

Riggin. Miss Bessie, Littleton. 

Robinson, Miss Annie, Littleton. 

Crews, Miss Eunice, Heathsville. 

Eure, Miss Lottie. Halifax. 

Clark, Miss E. H. Halifax. 

Butts. Miss Virginia, Halifax. 

Butts, Miss Alice G., Halifax. 

Whitaker. Miss Lizzie. Littleton. 

Whitaker. M^ss Effie, Littleton. 

Johnston. Miss Annie. Littleton. 

Robinson. Miss Roberts P.. Little- 
ton. 

Pittman, Miss Emma V.. Littleton. 

Vernon. T. L.. Hobgood. 

Spencer, Miss Annie, Hobgood. 

Josey, Miss Louise, Scotland Neck. 

Anderson. Miss Lossie, Palmyra. 

Pearson. Miss Hattie L.. Rosemary. 

Hicks, Miss Stella. Aurelian 
Springs, R. F. D. 

Joyner, Miss Fannie S., Scotland 
Neck. 

Joyner, Miss Kate, Scotland Neck. 

House. Miss Leila, Scotland Neck. 

White, Mrs. Dudley A., Scotland 
Neck. 



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Barkley, Miss Sallie I.. Sprini 
Hill. 
Moseley, Miss Agnes, Weldon. 
Barkley, Miss Edna S.. Weldon. 
Robinson, Miss Lizzie, Littleton 
Maheny, Miss Mary. Weldon. 



HALIFAX. 

Population, 1910: 500. 

Tax Rate:, 40c. on the .$100 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — John H. Farmer 

Chief of Police— I). C. Fenner 

Treasurer — J. H. Batts. 

Tax Collector— F. II. 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— R. W. An- 
derson, Rector. 

Baptist— A. G. Wilcox, Pastor 

Catholic— Father O'Brien, Rector 

Methodist— L. T. Sin<rleton Pastor 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOCSES 

Roanoke Hotel. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
TJ Ba ^ k . of Ha <ifax— N. L. Stedman, 
President; Fletcher H. Greeorv 
Cashier. fe *' 

DRUGGISTS. 

The Fnrgerson Drug Co. 
Yin* m's Pharmacy. 

DOCTORS. 
Furserson, H. B. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

The Froelich Trading Co 

Hales, C. H. 

Hales, B. H. 

Hux, G. A.. & Co. 

Richards, S. A. W. 

Bass, W. D. 

GROCERS. 
Stedman, N. L., & Co. (Wholesale) 

LAWYERS. 
Clark, Elliott. 
Travis. E. L. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS 
Vaughan, T. O. 

GINS. 
Stedman & Gregory. 

REAL ESTATE' AGENTS. 
Daniel. R. H. 



WELDOX. 

Population, 1910 : 2.500. 

No. white polls. ISO: No. colored 
polls. 160. 

Value real estate and personal prop- 
erty. $1,096,240. 

Tax Rate, 50c. on the .?100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. W. Wiggins. 

Chief of Police— W. Y. (1 a v. 



City Clerk— D. E. Stainback. 
Treasurer — W. M. Cohen. 
Tax Collector — J. L. Harris. 
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. 
Methodist — J. A. Hornaday, Pastor. 
Presbyterian — J. S. Wood, Pastor. 
Episcopal — (No Rector). 

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. 
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. 
Levy, S. 
Farber, H. 
Fried, M. 

COTTON GINS. 
Emery, C. R., & Co. 
Pierce & Garner. 
Drewery & Ransom. 



HALIFAX COUNTY. 



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. 

DRV GOODS AND NOTIONS. 
Allen, A. S. 
POWER AND EIGHT 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). 
Roanoke Insurance Association. 

JEWELERS. 
Waller, J. H. 

LAWYERS. 
Daniel, W. E. 
Green, Geo. C. 
Clark, E. T. 
Harrison, T. C. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 
Weldon Lumber Co. 
Florence Lumber Co. 
House Manufacturing Co. 
House, A. C, Lumber Co. 
Deal-Palmer Lumber Co. 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 
Pierce-Whitehead Hardware Co. 
PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Weldon Furniture Co. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 
Harrell's Printing House. 
Hayward, E. L., Job Printer. 
Weldon Printing Co. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Pair, M. C. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
House. T. M. 
Russell, T. W. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Roanoke News (Weekly) — John W. 
Sledge, 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 NEOK. 

Population, 1910: 2,300 (estimated). 
No. white polls, 160 : No. colored polls, 
76. 

Value real estate, $505,304; value 
personal property, $593,727. 

Tax Rate, 75c. on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $15,500. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. E. Shinn. 

Chief of Police — G. H. Johnson. 

City Clerk — A. L. Purington. 

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 — O. J. Powers, Pastor. 

Episcopal — R. H. Anderson, Rector. 

Methodist — N. C. Yearby, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Scotland Neck Graded School — 
J. B. Aiken, Superintendent; Miss 
Sallie Hyman, Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Scotland Neck Hotel. 

Bowers. Mrs. C. E. 

Gray. T. F. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Scotland Neck Bank — A. McDowell, 
President ; J. H. 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. 

•Tosey, R. C, & Co. 

White & Paul. 

Burroughs- Pittman -Wheeler Co. 

Madry, J. W. 

Powell, E. E. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Smith, J. S. 

Lowe, E. M. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 

Brantley. W. A. 

Woolard. J. E. 

Braxton, E. L., & Co. 
Marks, W. M. 



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COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Scotland Neck Cotton Mills. 
Crescent Hosiery Co. 
CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 

Ansbon, J. H. 

.Tames, M. G. 

Steakland, A. 

Robertson, J. W. 

Allsbrook, Wilson. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Keel, Peyton. 

Mauney, R. J. 

Speed, J. H. 
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Bowers & Co. 

Madry, J. R. 

Kitcbin, S. B. 

Josev Hardware Co. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
FURNISHERS. 

Hancock, W. T., Co. 

Edwards & Co. 

Pittman & Bisbop. 

Hoffman, M., & Bro. 

.Tosev. R. C, & Co. 

Wbite & Paul. 

Bn rrou ghs- Pittma n - Wbeeler Co. 

Mody, J. W. 

COTTON GINS. 

The Cotton. Oil & Ginning Co. 

Moore, G. K. 

Wommack, O. T. 

DENTISTS. 

Liverman, A. C. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Whitehead, E. T.. Co. 
DOCTORS. 

Plark, H. I. 

Wimberlev, J. P. 

Smith. O. P. 

Kitcbin. T. D. 
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Burroushs- Pittman -Wheeler Co. 

Hancock, W. T., Co. 

Edwards & Co. 

Pittman & Bishop. 

Strickland. A. 

Hoffman. M., & Bro. 

.Tosey, R. C, & Co. 

White & Paul. 

Madry. J. W. 

Allsbrook. Wilson. 

•Tenkins, Mrs. K. 

Powell, E. E. 

Evans, 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 Giiano Co. 

Hoffman. M.. <fe Bro. 



Edwards & Co. 

.Tosey, R. C, & Co. 

Hancock, W. T., Co. 

White & Paul. 

Risgs & 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- 
sale). 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Hardy Hardware Co. 

.Tosey 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). 

McDowell, C. L. (Fire and Life). 
JEWELERS. 

Riff, F. A. 

LAWYERS. 

Kitcbin, A. P. 

Kitchin & Smith. 

Dunn, Ashby W. 

Dunn, S. A. 

Staton. C. L. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 

Coleman, J. S. 

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. 

.Tones. R. Ivey. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

The Commonwealth (Weekly) — J. 
C. Hardy, Editor. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 

Bowers White Lumber Co. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Burrougbs-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). 



HALIFAX COUNTY. 



279 



Cotton Oil & Grocery Co. (Cotton 
Seed Oil). 



HOBGOOD. 

Incorporated in 1S92. 
Population, 1910: Whites, 200; col- 
ored, 50; total, 250. 

Value real estate, .$75,000 ; value per- 
sonal property, $25,000. 
Tax Kate: 20c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — W. G. Hedgepeth. 
Postmaster — I. M. Parker. 
Chief of Police — B. C. Ruffln. 
R. R. Agent — W. L. Bailey, Atlantic 
Coast Line. 

Manager Telegraph — W. L. Bailey, 
Western Union. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Baptist — Rev. Mr. Vernon, Pastor. 
Methodist — F. F. Eure, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Hobgood Academy — Rev. Mr. Ver- 
non, Principal. 

DOCTOBS. 
Leggett, K. 

DEUGGISTS. 
Leccett. K. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Shields, R. J. 
Heduepetb, W. G. 
Bradley, S. D. 
Ausbon, R. M. (Groceries). 
Moore, J. K. 
Edraondson Grocery Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Shields, R. J. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Shields. R. J. 

MANUFACTUBING PLANTS. 
White, W. P. (Saw Mill). 



RINGWOOD. 

Incorporated in 1867. 
Population, 1910: 150. 

TOWN OFFICEBS. 
Tax Collector — W. J. Mohome. 

MINISTEBS AND CHUECHES. 
Methodist— S. A. Cotten, Pastor. 
Episcopal — Rev. Mr. Phelps. 
HOTELS AND BOABDING HOUSES. 
Williams, C. A. 

GENERAL MEBCHANDISE. 
Williams. C. A. 
Whitehurst. J. H. 



TTLIjERY. 

Incorporated in 1888. 

Population, 1910: Whites, 100; col- 
ored, 300; total, 400. 

Value real estate. $30,000; value per- 
sonal property, $150,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. B. Flaugner, 

Postmaster — G. N. Mun'phord. 

Chief of Police — C. W. Flemmings. 

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. 

DOCTOBS. 
Register, F. M. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Gregory, P. C. & C. W. 
Standard Grocery Co. 
Parks, E. J. 
Munphord, G. N. 
Tillery & Tillery. 
Long, Phillip. 

3IANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
N. C. Lumber Co. (Lumber). 
Gregory, P. C. & C. W. 



ENFTEIiD. 

Incorporated in 1S57. 

Population, 1910: Whites, 1,150; 
colored, 450; total, 1,600. 

Value real estate, $346,585; value 
personal property, $3S4,640. 

Tax Rate, 40c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

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. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — G. W. Guerrant, Pas- 
tor. 

Methodist Episcopal, South — J. E. 
Holden. Pastor. 

Baptist— W. L. Britt, Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — C. L. Whit- 
aker, Pastor. 

Episcopal — (No Rector). 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Enfield Graded School— C. L. Whit 
aker, Superintendent. 

BANKS AND BANKERS, 

Bank of Enfield — Geo. B. Curtis, 
President; Ivey Watson, Cashier. 

Commercial & Farmers Bank — S. C. 
Bellamy, President; P. O. Petway, 
Cashier. 

DOCTOBS. 

Collins, Jno. A. 

Harrison, A. S. 

Parker, F. M. 

Whitaker, L. T. 

Whitaker, F. C. 

DEUGGISTS. 

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). 



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HALIFAX COUNTY. 



Meyer, S. 

Lawrence Bros. 

Holloway, S. B., & Co. 

Parker Bros. 

Britt, J. B. 

McGwigan, C. E. 

Shields, W. S. 

Branch, Frank. 

Marshall, J. T. 

Kimball Hardware Co. 

Burgess, W. J. 

Sorrie, J. W. 

Stallings Co. 

Wood, I. D. 

Bobbitt Grocery Co. 

Bellamy & Co. 

Leonard. J. W. 

Mann, B. D. 

Enfield Furniture Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Enfield Hotel. 

James Hotel. 

Whitaker, Miss O. H. 
. Mathews. H. C. 

Smith, Mrs. Mary. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Holliday, W. G. 

Branch, Frank. 

LAWYERS. 

Dunn, R. C. 

DENTISTS. 

Highsmith, C. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Britt, R. B. 

Watson, Ivey. 

Petway, P. O. 

Robertson, J. J. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

The Progress (Weekly) — Theo. M. 
Cooper, Editor. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Enfield Hosiery Mills. 

Enfield Basket & Hoop Factory. 

Condrey, J. E. (Saw Mill). 

Dunn, Jno. B. 



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— T. J. Miles. 

Postmaster — McM. Furgerson. 

Chief of Police — J. F. Cullorn. 

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. F. 
Bumpass, Presiding Elder ; R. H. 
Willis. Pastor. 

Methodist Protestant — J. P. Taylor, 
Pastor. 

Presbyterian — Rev. Mr. Wood, Pas- 
tor. 



Episcopal— Francis Joyner, Rector. 

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. 

DENTISTS. 

Perry, E. A. 

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. 

Farber. Wm. 

Rose, P. H. 

Bishop, J. T. 

Royal Feed & Grocery Co. 

Harvey, W. R. 

Vick. G. T. 

Bobbitt. W. S. 

Bobbitt. J. H. 

Littleton Feed & Grocery Co. 

Riggan, R. I. 

Harris, Alston. 

Cordle. H. J. 

Wallette. E. E. 

Furgerson, Will. 

Gem Grocery Co. 

Eastern Grocery Co. 

Myrick, J. J., & Son. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Hawthorne. 

B. P. Cooper's Hotel. 

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. 

Spruill & Perrv. 

Alston. T. C. 

Harrison, T. N. 

BROKERS. 

Green. A. W. 



HALIFAX COUNTY. 



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REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Glasgow, J. R. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Sterling Manufacturing Co. (Dressed 
Lumber and Wood-working and Gin- 
nery). 

Wotlett, E. E. (Dressed Lumber, 
Ginnery). 

Littleton Bottling Works (Soft 
Drinks). 

Littleton Hosiery Mills (Seamless 
Hosiery). 

Tate Machinery and Supply Co. 



white 
value 



ROANOKE RAPIDS. 

Population, 1910: 2.500. No. 
polls. 2S6; No. colored polls. 6. 

Value real estate. $424,975; 
personal property, $56,945. 

Tax Rate: 50c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — R. W. Brown. 

Chief of Police — J. R. Baird. 

Ciey Clerk— A. L. Clark. 

Treasurer — A. L. Clark. 

Tax Collector — J. R. Baird. 

City Attorney — A. L. Clark. 

City Supt. of Health— H. C. Irwin. 

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— Wm. Towe, Pastor; ,T. 
F. Draper, Roanoke Circuit. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Roanoke Rapids Graded School — A. 

E. Akers, Principal. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Truitt. 
Higgins Hotel. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Roanoke Rapids — W. H. S. 

Burgwyn, President; C. A. Wyche, 
Cashier. 

BAKERS. 

W. 
R. 

GROCERS. 

Brown, W. H. 

Glover, Vincent N. 

Taylor & Collier. 

Daughtry, A. M. 

Brett, J. L. 

Marks. J. L. 

COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 

Roanoke Mills Co. 

Rosemary Manufacturing Co. 

Patterson Cotton Mill. 

Carolina Fiber Co. 

Roanoke Rapids Paper Mfg. Co. 



Wood. W. 
Moore. .T. 



COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Robinson, J. P. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Roanoke Pharmacy Co. 

DOCTORS. 

Long, T. W. M. 
Irwiu, H. C. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Hancock-House Co. 

Marks, B. 

Kaplin, I. J. 

Tillerv, W. D. 

Glover, E. B., & Brt>. 

Jenkins, Mrs. K. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Roanoke Rapids Navigation & 
Water Power Co. 

Roanoke Rapids Power Co. 
INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Brown & Pleasants (Fire). 

Lamb & Faison. 

Lawson (Life). 

JEWELERS. 

Lynch, W. G. 

LAWYERS. 

Clark, A. L. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Glover, E. B. 
Robinson, J. R. 
Harris, J. P. 
Massey, J. E. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
Roanoke Pharmacy Co. 
PAINTERS. 
Daughtry, Van. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Hodges, J. B. 

UNDERTAKERS. 

Glover, E. B. 



PALMYRA. 

Population, 1910: 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. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist— T. F. Erne. Pastor. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Baker & Roberson. 
Ausboru, E. B. 
Stephenson, J. B. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Ausbon, E. R. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Baker & Roberson. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Baker. L. I. (Saw Mill. Cotton Gin). 



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HARNETT COUNTY. 



HARNETT COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, LILLINGTON. 

Population: i Census 1910), 22,174. 

Formed in 1855; organized in 1858. Named in honor of Cornelius Harnett. 

Area: 840 square miles. 

Value of real estate, .$3,540,697; value personal property, £2, 248,357. 

Property -listed in 1911, by whites, $5,526,207 ; by negroes, $263,849: by 
Indians, $1,630. 

No. of Schools: Tor whites, 58; for negroes, 23. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 51 2-3c. on $100; jury, 5c; bridges, 2c; 
special, 22c.; schools and paupers, lc. 

County bonded debt, $76,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 945. Worked, two townships by taxation, bal- 
ance by Old System. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 23.01 miles, assessed value $783,445.40 

Pullman Co., assessed value 1,245.48 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 11.362.7S 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 3,366.88 

Carolina Power and Light Co., assessed value 19,217.70 

Cardenas Telephone Co., assessed value 149.00 

Benson Telephone Co., assessed value 1,158.00 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 15,3S7.O0 

Durham and Southern Railroad, 20.62 miles, assessed value 438.S67.00 

Raleigh and Southport Railway, 21.75 miles, assessed" value 134.S14.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 1,620.00 

Clinton and Dunn Telephone Co., assessed value 30.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 3.528.00 

Superior Court Terms: February 5th ; May 20th; September 2d; No- 
vember 11th. 



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 
Springs. 

Surveyor — Daniel McCormiek, Cam- 
bro. 

Co. Supt. of Health— J. W. Halford 
Chalybeate Springs. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — I. D. Ezzell. 
Dunn. 

Supt. of County Home — J. A. 
Weeks. 

Co. Board of Education — T. W. Har- 
rington. Broadway. R. F. D. No. 1; 
J. M. Hodges. Linden ; O. Bradley, 
Kipling. 

County Commissioners — V. C. Mat- 
thews (dim.). Lillington; D. P. Mc- 
Donald. Lillington; J. N. Fuquay, 
Lillington; B. F. Williams. Angier; 
J. E. Wilson, Dunn. 

County Board of Elections — H T. 
Spears, Lillington; E. F. Young, 
Dunn ; J. B. Holland. Dunn. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Anderson Township — Duncan Dar- 
roch; Cambro ; J. F. Philips, J. B. 
Godwin. J. F. Wilson. .T. V. Barefoot. 
M. T. Young. J. W. Whitehurst, all 
of Dunn. 



Averasboro — E. Lee, Dunn ; O. P. 
Shell. Dunn ; V. L. Stephens. Dunn. 

Barbecue — John A. Clark, Broad- 
way. R. F. D. No. 2; John Darroch, 
Swanns Station ; H. D. Cameron, 
Spout Springs. 

Black River — B. E. Barber, Angier; 
W. H. Gregory, Angier; J. G. John- 
son, Angier; J. W. Flowers. Angier; 
J A. Hockaday, Angier; C. W. Flow- 
ers. Angier. 

Buckhorn — J. D. Champion, Fuquay 
Springs. R. F. D. No 1. 

Duke— C. M. Eson, Duke; E. S. Yar- 
borough. Duke: L. E. Stancil, Duke. 

Hector's Creek — A. A. Johnson. Fu- 
quay Springs. R. F. D. No. 1; A. L. 
Baughcom, Fuquay Sprines. R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Grove — -A. F. Grimes, Coats : W. 
A. Johnson, Coats; D. A. Holland, 
Coats: J. A. Stewart. Coats; John 
A. Turlington. Coats, G. W. Whit- 
tington. Coats. 

Lillington — J. N. Fuquay. Lilling- 
ton: U. H. Parker. Lillington; J. E. 
Lillington. Lillington ; W. F. Marsh, 
Jr.. Lillington ; Seth Brantly, Lil- 
lington. 

Neill's Creek — J. D. Upchurch, Buie's 
Creek ; R. B. Crowder, Buie's Creek ; 
N. A. Stewart, Buie's Creek: J. F. 
Jones. A. S. Johnson, Null's Creek. 

Stewart's Creek — B. A. Dollar. Duke. 
R. F. D. No. 1; S. M. Hobbs, Duke, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 



HARNETT COUNTY. 2S3 


Upper Little River — T. A. Harring- 


Johnson, W. J., Cambro. 


ton, Broadway, R. F. D. No. 1 ; J. B. 


McLaughlin, N., Lillington. 


F. Stewart, Broadway, R. F. D. No. 


Dnpree-Massengill Co., (Milling 


1 ; W. A. Page, Lillington, R. F. D. 


Plant). 


No. 2; J. B. McDonald, Lillington, 


Stewart & Thomas, Lillington, R. 


R. F. D. No 2. 


F. D. No. 2. 


MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 


Boyd Bros., Lillington. 


Presbyterian — C. L. Bragaw, Broad- 


COTTON GINS. 


way, R. F. D. No. 3. 


Ennis & Norris, Benson, R. F. D 


Methodist — W. C. Martin, Lilling- 


No. 3. 


ton. 


Williams Milling Co., Angier. 


Baptist — B. Townsend, Holly 


Patterson Milling Co., Broadway. 


Springs. 


R. F. D. No. 3. 


PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 


Johnson, B. F., Angier, R. F. D. 


McKay, J. A., Lillington, R. F. D. 


No. 3. 


No. 1. 


Brown, J. R., Kipling, R. F. D. 


McKay, A. M., Lillington, R. F. D. 


No. 1. 


No. 3. 


Senter & Bros., Kipling, R. F. D. 


Spence, R. T., Fuquay Springs, R. 


No. 1. 


F. D. No. 1. 


Smith & Johnson, Kipling, R. F. D. 


Rosser, Robert, Jonesboro, R. F. D. 


No. 1. 


No. 2. 


Elmore, M. A., Westville. 


Melvin, W. C, Duke, R. F. D. No. 2. 


McLeod, T. B., & Co., Broadway, 


MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 


R. F. D. No. 1. 


Johnson, W. J., Cambro. 


Bayles, D. S., Coats. 


McLean, Don M.. Lillington, R. F. 


Johnson & McLeod, Buie's Creek. 


D. No. 3. 


Allen, W. W., Duke, R. F. D. No. 1. 


Stone, J. S.. Spout Springs. 


Jones, M. L., Duke, R. F. D. No. 1. 


Holmes. J. E., Lillington, R. F. D. 


> Parker, J. C, Duke, R. F. D. No. 1. 


No. 1. 


Avent, W. A., Kipling, R. F. D. 


Carter, Seymour, Lillington, R. F. 


No. 1. 


D. No. 2. 


Spears & O'Connell, Kipling, R. F. 


McPhail, Dicey. Lillington, R. F. 


D. No. 1. 


D. No. 2. 


McArtan, J., Paolia. 


Rich, Chas.. Lillinston. R. F. D. 


Turlington, D., Duke, R. F. D. No. 1. 


No 1. 


Weathers, H. D., & Son, Holly 


Spenee, R. T.. Chalk Level. 


Springs, R. F. D. No. 2. 


Smith. N. A., Kipling. 


Dunn Oil Mills, Dunn. 


Upehurch, J. C, Lillington, R. F. 


Erwin Cotton Mills, Duke. 


D. No. 1. 


McLarnb, Mrs. T., Dunn, R. F. D. 


Allen. Miller. Bunn Level. 


No. 5., 


Sexton, J. A., Harnett. 


Neighbors, S. C, Dunn, R. F. D. 


Smith, E. S., Lillington, R. F. D. 


No. 5. 


No. 2. 


Sorrell, W. R., Duke, R. F. D. No. 2. 


Mason, B. F., Lillington, R. F. D. 


McLeod, N., & Sons, Broadway, R. 


No 2. 


F. D. No. 2. 


Mason, Neill A.. Lillington, R. F. D. 


Arnold, I. S., Kipling, R. F. D. 


No. 2. 


No. 1. 


CORN AND FEED MILES. 


Stewart, Allen, Lillington, R. F. D. 


Johnson, W .T., Cambro. 


No. 3. 


Rich, Z., Lillington, R. F. D. No. 2. 


Sikes. W. H., Lillington, R. F. D. 


Thomas, Arthur, Lilliugton, R F. 


No. 3. 


D. No. 2. 


Green, Mrs. J. A., Lillington. R. F. 


Sikes, W. H., Lillington, R. F. D. 


D. No. 1. 


No. 2 


Lillington Cotton Ginnery, Lilling- 


McLeod, N., & Son. Jonesboro, R. F. 


ton. 


D. No. 2. 


Stephens & Brown, Lillington, R. F. 


Johnson, Enoch, Spout Springs. 


D. No. 3. 


•Carter, Seymour. Lilliugton, R. F. 


N. V. Hare, Buie's Creek. 


D. No. 2. 


Johnson, A. L., Lillington, R. F. D. 


SAW MILES. 


No. 1. 


Sexton. J. A., Harnett. 


Buchannan, J. B., Broadway, R. F. 


Faucett, H. T., Lillington, R. F. D. 


D. No. 2. 


No. 2. 


Parish, B. F., Coats. 


Smith, E. S., Lillington, R. F. D. 


Turlington, L. L., Duke, R. F. D. 


No. 2. 


No. 2. 


Carter. Seymour. Lillington, R. F. 


Stevens, Johnson & Co.. Angier. 


D. No. 2. 


Salmon, Mrs. M. L., Lillington. 


Green, J. A., Lillington, R. F. D. 


Dupree, B. F., Cardenas, R. F. D. 


No 1. 


No. 1. 



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HARNETT COUNTY. 



Gardner, Benton, Angier. 

Smith, E. S., Lillington, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Adams, Sandy. Barclaysville. 
i'UJUC SCHOOL, TEACHERS. 

Elmore, Flossie, Westville. 

McCormick, Janie, Cambro. 

McCormick, Flora. Cambro. 

Shaw. Margaret, Cambro. 

Smith, Jessie, Duke. 

Cannady Minnie, Duke. 

Bostian, -Mary, Duke. 

Davis, Berta, Duke. 

Broom. Mary. Duke. 

.smith Flora, Duke. 

McLeod, Ralvin, Duke. 

Godwin, Cleave, Godwin. 

Hollev, Matt. Dunn, R. F. D. No. 5. 

Parker, L. V., Dunn, R. F. D. No. 5. 

Johnson, J. L., Dunn, R. F. D. 
No. 5. 

Reaves, W. P., Dunn, R. F. D. No. o. 

Dorman, Lizzie, Dunn, R. F. D. No. 
5. 

Pierce, Mamie, Dunn. 

Swann, Mildred. Broadway. R. F. 
No. 1. 

Cameron, Mack, Broadway. R. F. D. 
D. No. 1. 

Partin, Chas. R., Angier. 

Stephenson, I. J., Cardenas. 

Hare, Frank. Angier. 

Deans, Bessie, Angier. 

Draughon. Mattie. Angier. 

W. T. Campbell, Cardenas. 

Dorman, Rossie. Benson. R. F. D. 
No 3. 

Young, Beulah. Angier. 

< >dum, Owen, Coats. 

Jones, Miram, Coats. 

Coats, Ida, Coats. 

Norris, J. L., Duke. 

Creel. Dora, Dunn. 

Page. Callie. Dunn. R. P. D. No. 3. 

O'Quinn, Mollie, Dunn, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Johnson. Osca M., Dunn. 

Collier, Maymie, Kipling, R. F. D. 

Smith. Rachel, Kipling, R. F. D. 
No. 1. r . 

McLeod, J. A., Chalybeate Springs. 

Hayes, Ernestine, Chalybeate 

Springs. 

Chaffin, L. M., Willow Springs. R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Sessoms. Kate C, Fuquay Springs, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Utley, Nannie, Fuquay Springs. R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Upchurch. Iola, Fuquay Springs. R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Champion, J. D., Fuquay Springs. 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Cade, Marine. Kipling, R. F. D. No. 
1. 

Holt, J. E., Fuquay Springs. R. F. 
D. No. 1. 



Templeton, Nannie, Holly Springs, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Stewart. Mamie, Kipling, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 
McDonald, D. P., Rock Branch. 
Thompson, J. F.. Lillington. 
Pegram, Emma, Lillington. 
Douglass, Vivian, Lillington. 
Campbell, Rev. J. A., Buie's Creek. 
Young, O. S., Lillington, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Parker, Essie, Lillington, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Page, J. M.. Lillington, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Holland, Mittie, Lillington. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 
Fredricks, M. L.. Linden. 
Hudson, J. L., Bunnlevel. 
Nixon, Vestal, Bunnlevel. 
Lindsay, Eliza, Bunnlevel. 
Harrington, T. A., Broadway. R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Cummings, J. C. Broadway, R. F. 
F. No. 2. 

Davis. Bessie, Broadway, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Smith, H. Y., Broadway. R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Buchanan, Clara. Broadway, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Thompson, Mary, Broadway, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Harrington, Maud, Broadway, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Buchanan. Florence. Broadway, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Caddell. Carrie, Lillington, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Brvau, Clyde. Lillington. R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Starlins. L. W., Lillington. R. F. D. 
No. 3. 
Withers, Mrs. J. H.. Lillington. 
McKay, Mrs. Paul, Lfllington, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Ray, Mary Bell. Lillington. R. F. 
D. No. ::. 

Cox, Guy, Jonesboro, R. F. D. No. 3. 
Gentrv, B. P., Supt., Dunn. 
Shields, H. M., Dunn. 
Leggett, Lena, Dunn. 
Caruthers. Florence. Dunn. 
Michaels, Matilda, Dunn. 
Hassell. Pauline. Dunn. 
Stephenson, Nellie, Dunn. 
Farmer. Julia, Dunn. 
Wade. Pauline, Dunn. 
Thomas, Rosa. Dunn. 
Thomas, Sallie, Dunn. 
Rudisell. Jeannette. Dunn. 
LIIiLINGTOX. 
Population, 1D10: (MKi. No... white 
polls. '.•! ; No. colored polls, 12. 

Value real estate and personal 
property: Whites, $289,872; colored. 
±:\.rm. 



IIAKNETT COUNTY. 



285 



Tax Kate: 33 l-3c. on the $100; 
poll, $1. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. M. Shaw. 

Chief of Police — R. H. Joues. 

City Clerk— A. M. McLean. 

Treasurer — R. A. Parker. 

Tax Collector — R. H. Jones. 

Standard-Keeper — J. H. Withers. 

City Attorney— A. M. McLean. 

City Supt. of Health— L. .7. Arnold. 

Postmastei — Mrs. E. A. Atkins. 

R. R. Agent — L. P. Kennedy, 
Raleigh & Southport. 

Express Agent — L. P. Kennedy, 

Telegraph Manager — L. P. Kennedy, 
Western Union. 

Telephone Manager — R. H. Jones, 
Benson Telephone Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — B. Townsend. Pastor. 

Methodist— J. K. Hall, Pastor; D. 
H. Read, Lillington Circuit. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Lillington High School. 
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. 

Bnrwell, L. D. 
BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Johnson & Thornton (City Meat 
Market). 

Parker, Gilliam. 

Maynard. J. G. 

Johnson. J. L. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 

Hockaday & Marsh. 

Ricks-Bryan Co. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Furpiav, J. N. 

Knijrht. J. H. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 

Shaw. J. M. 

Oxendine, D. 

Stewart & Avera. 
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Lillington Supply Co. 

Ricks-Bryan Co. 



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. 
McPherson Drug Co. 
Rogers, 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. 
FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'R'S. 
Lillington Supply Co. 
Ricks-Bryan Co. 
Johnson, J. D. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Johnson, A. F. & A. M. 

City Meat Market. 
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. 
Ri<ks-Bryan Co. 
Johnson, J. D. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Fuquay. J. N. (Fire). 
Spears, H. T. (Fire). 

JEWELERS. 
Hawley. C. D. 

LAWYERS. 
Bascett, J. R. 
McLean, D. H. 
Baggett, Hiram, 
Byrd, W. P. 
LIMBER M'F'R'S. AND DEALERS. 
Boss, Chas., Co. 
Stewart & Avera. 

NAVAL STORE DEALERS. 

Johnson, J. D. 
Stewart. H. C. 

PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 
McPherson Drug Co. 
Rogers, J. A., & Co. 

PAINTERS. 
Johnson, Jesse. 
Thomas. Arthur. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Lillington Supply Co. 



286 



HARNETT COUNTY. 



Parker Bros. & Johnson. 

Johnson, A. P. & A. M. 

Johnson, J. D. 

Ricks-Bryan Co. 

Johnson, l>. J. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Harnett Reporter (Weekly)— J. E. 
Ligan, Editor. 

REAIi ESTATE AGENTS. 

Baggett, Hiram. 

McPherson, A. P. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 

Ross, Charles, Co. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 

Lillington Supply Co. 

Evans, Ed. 



DUNN. 

Incorporated in 1886. 

Population, 1910: White, 1,823; 
suburbs, 700. 

Value of real estate. $444,860; value 
of personal property. $476,359. 

Tax Rate: 05c. on the ?100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — S. J. Hooks. 

Postmaster — Thos. Jackson. 

Chief of Police — N. B. Bass. 

R. R. Agents— J. W. Whitehead. At- 
lantic Coast Line: N. C. Hines, Dur- 
ham & Southern. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES 

Methodist— J. H. Shore, Pastor. 

Baptist— W. R. Cullom. Pastor. 

Free Will Baptist— J. A. Blaylock. 
Pastor. 

Christian or Disciple — D. W. 
Arnold. Pastor. 

Primitive Baptist — W. M. Mouses, 
Pastor. 

Holiness — A. G. Canaiba, Pastor. 

Catholic — Father Irwin, Pastor. 

Presbyterian — A. R. McQueen. Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Dunn Graded School — B. P. Gentry, 
Priucipal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

First National Bank — P. S. Cooper, 
President ; C. S. Hicks, Cashier. 

Bank of Cape Fear — .Tno. E. Wilson, 
President; T. V. Smith. Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Sexton, C. H. 

Highsmith, Chas. 

Hicks, I. F. 

Denning, O. L. 

Hudson, W. L. 

Warren. R. L. 

DENTISTS. 

Lee, S. P. J. 

Goodwin. J. C. 

Wilson, O. L. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Wilson. C. L. 

Hood & Grantham (Inc.) 
JEWELERS. 

Jordan. J. W. 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Phillips, J. D. 

Johnson Bros. 

Taylor. 7. 

Wilson. A. R. 

Taylor, J. A. 

Pursall, R. M. 

Wade, M. L.. & Co. 

Mattox, H. O. 

Tart, E. M. 

Barnes, E. <;. 

Black, H. A. 

Taylor, R. G. 

Prince, G. E. 

Barnes & Ilolleday Co. 

Tart, P. G. A., & Son. 

Fleishman, B., & Bro. 

Smith & Cole. 

Jackson. W. S. 

Holland, W. D. 

Adams. W. H. 

.Mouses. W M. 

Bell. C. J., Bros. 

Jones. W. J. 

Pearsall, James. 

Jordan. J. E. 

Lee. Dupree Hardware Co. 

Hatcher. J. L. 

Pope & Warren. 

Thompson, J. L., Co. 

Norris Drv Goods Co. 

Floyd. G. M., & Co. 

Saulers. J. B. 

Goldstein Co. 

Draughan. J. W. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Young 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.. & Co. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Guide (Weekly)— J. P. Pittman, Ed- 
tor. 

LAWYERS. 

Clifford, J. C. 
lod -.in & Townsend. 

Godwin, R. L. 

Wilson. Joe A. 

Young, E. F. 

Bell, W. C. 

Smith. Clarence J. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Taylor, J. A. 

Youug, M. T. & C. R. 

Canaday, George L. 

Turlington, W. H. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Dunn Hardwood Co. 

Newberrv Bros. & Cowell. 

McKay, John A., Mfg. Co. 

Southern Lumber Co. 



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287 



Carey Lumber Co. 
Pope, G. F. 
Godard Lumber Co. 
Tilghman Lumber Co. 
Thornton, J. W. 
Dunn Oil Co. 
Carolina Shuttle Co. 
Pope & Ballance. 
Massengill Dupree Co. 



RULE'S CREEK. 

Incorporated in 1903. 

Population. 1910: White, 24S : col- 
ored. 12; total, 260. 

Value real estate, $48,275; value per- 
sonal property. .$14,261. 

Tax Rate: 25c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — N. A. Stewart. 

Postmaster — Z. T. Kivett. 

Chief of Police— J. R. Mitchell. 

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. 
.Tohnson, W. M. 
Hatcher & Wagstaff. 
Beasley, H. M. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Westbrook, Mrs. Lillian. 
Reardon. T. L. 
Bryan, W. M. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Upchurch. J. D. 
Reardon, T. L. 

LAWYERS. 

Baggett, J. R. 



DUKE. 

Population, 1910: White. 1,800; col- 
ored, 75; total. 1,S75. 

Postmaster — F. M. McKay. 

R. R. Agent— D. C. Ba'rbee, Dur- 
ham & Southern R. R. Co. 

Manager Telegraph— D. C. Barbee, 
Postal Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Methodist — Frank Culbreth. Pastor. 

Baptist— J. A. Campbell, Pastor. 

Episcopal — S. M. Hamff, Rector. 

Presbyterian — J. K. Hall. Paster. 
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. 



INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Johnson, W. B. 
McDonald, A. C. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Thomas, E. R., Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Hassell-.Johnson Co. 
Cates, H. S. 

BARBER SHOPS. 

McKay & Yarborough. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Duke Hotel. 
Johnson House. 

COTTON MILLS. 

Erwin Cotton Mills Co. 

ICE MANUFACTURERS. 

Erwin Cotton Mills Co. 
COTTON GINS. 

Erwin Cotton Mills Co. 

ANGIER. 

Incorporated in 1901. 

Population, 1910: 
ored. 40; total. 300. 

Value real estate. $70,000 
personal property, $57,000. 

Tax Rate: 20c. on the $100 
60c. on poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. E. Wilson. 

Postmastei — W. M. Young. 

Chief of Police — D. M. Godwin. 

R. R. Agent — E. J. Hudson, D. & 
S. Ry. Co. 

Manager Telegraph — E. J. Hud- 
son, Postal Telegraph & Cable Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — J. M. Holleman, Pastor. 

Methodist— W. C. Martin. Pastor. 

Primitive Baptist — J. E. Adams, 
Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Angier High School — Prof. Frank 
Hare. Principal. 

NEAVSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Harnett Leader— D. E. Dixon, Edi- 
tor. 

DOCTORS. 

Young, C. R. * 

DRUGGISTS. 

Young Bros. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 

Dixon. D. E. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Williams, .T. C. 

Denning. M. W. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Williams, J. C. & B. F. 

Cregory, W. H. 

Tatum. J. W. 

McLeod, D. A. 

Morris, M. F. 

William's Milling 

Denning Bros. 

Denning. M. W. 



White. 260; col- 
value 
and 



Co. 



28S 



1IAKNK TT IIAVWOdl). 



Angier Mercantile ..V Realty Co. 
Overby, A. L. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Williams, J. C. 
Denning, M. W. 



MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Cary Lumber Co. 
Williams .willing Co. 
Gregory, W. H. 
Ellington. J. T. 



HAYWOOD COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, WAYNESVILLE. 



Population: (Census 1910), 21,020. 

Formed in 180S. Named in honor of John Haywood. 

Area: 470 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $4,190,211; value of personal property. $1,817,535. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, .$0,370,482; by negroes, $26,485. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 52; for negroes, 2. 

Tax Rate: Coun.ty purposes, 20c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 17c; 
special. 30c. Counfcy bonded debt, $50,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 300. Worked by taxation and free labor. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 
Southern Railway, 21.58 miles, assessed value $844,211.75 



3.930.27 
1,716.00 



Southern Express Co., assessed value 

Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 1,551.90 

Waynesville Telephone Co.. assessed value 4,540.00 

Tennessee and -North Carolina Railroad. 2.00 miles, assessed value 

Canton Electric and Telephone Co.. assessed value 

Superior Court Terms: January 29th; July 8th; September 23d. 



fi.000.0u 
5.000.00 



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. S. J. Shelton. Joseph Liner, 

Co S.upt. of Schools— R. A. Sentell, 
Waynesville. 

Supt. of County Home — R. C. 
Moody. 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. 
Waynesville; 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 — Oeorge A. Brown, 
Crabtree, R. F. D. No. 1: J. 
R. Rosrers, Crabtree, B. 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, 
Waynesville, R. F. D. No. 2; John A. 
Howell. Waynesville, R. F. D. No. 2; 
K. 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, 
Wavnesville, 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 High School— S. J. Guyes, 
Principal. Waynesville, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Rock Spring High School — R. L. 
Hoke. Principal. Clyde. R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Rock Hill High School— E. C. 
1 Ward. Principal. 



HAYWOOD COUNTY. 



289 



PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Rich, J. C, Deilwood. 
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., Deilwood. 
Campbell, A. L., Maggie. 
Roberts, W. E. Deilwood. 
Low, J. A., Maggie. 
Ketner, C. D., Maggie. 
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, Eli 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 TEED MILIS. 
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 MILES. 
Champion Fibre Co., Waynesville, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 

Campbell. R. G. A.. Maggie. 
Qujnlan, Monroe Lumber Co. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Allen, W. C, Waynesville. 
Shelton, Miss Birdie, Waynesville. 
Shelton, Miss Annie, Waynesville. 
Roberts, Miss Sarah. Waynesville. 
Ector, Miss Mary, Waynesville. 
Davis. Miss Mary, Waynesville. 
Howell, Miss Fannie B., Waynes- 
ville. 
Cathey, Miss Leila. Waynesville. 
Wyohe. Mrs., Waynesville. 
Medford, J. L., Waynesville. 
Underwood, G. C, Waynesville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 
McCrary. Miss Jessie, Clyde. 
Edwards. Claude, Waynesville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Francis, Charles, Waynesville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 
Byers, Vaughn. Clyde. 
Moss, Z. V., Clyde. 
Smathers, Miss Sarepta, Clyde. 
Cook. A. R., Canton. 



Kinsland, Oscar, Canton. 

Kinsland, Miss Lina, Canton. 

Willis, J. E., Canton. 

Hall, Miss Elsie, Canton. 

Pless, D. H., Cruso. 

Queen, Miss Margaret. Cruso. 

Rogers, T. H., Tuscola. 

Byers, Miss Mattie, Clyde. 

Byers, Win., Clyde. 

Byers, Frank, Clyde. 

Robinson, Geo., Waynesville, R. F. 
D. No. 4. 

Deaver, T. H., Waynesville, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Wells, Miss Wilma, Canton, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Greyer, S. J., Waynesville, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 

Greyer, Mrs. S. J., Waynesville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Blalock, Miss Maud. Canton, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Terrell. Miss Lucie, Canton, R. F. 
D, No. 2. 

McCracken, Miss Mary, Clyde, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Hoke, R. L., Canton. 

Rogers, Miss Elizabeth, Clyde. 
McCracken, Miss Winnie, Clyde, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 
McCracken, Miss Ida, Crab Tree. 
Williams. Claud, Crab Tree. 
Rogers, Homer, Crab Tree, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 
Messer, Marshall, Teague. 
Teague, Lloyd, Teague. 
Chambers, R. C, Waynesville, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Davis, Grover, Waynesville, R. F. 
D. No. .2. 

Crawford, Miss Zora, Waynesville, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

Ferguson, J. T., Crab Tree, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 
Haynes, John, Hurricane. 
Trantham, Miss Iowa, Hurricane. 
Owen, Hubert, Waynesville, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Ward, Eugene, Waynesville, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Reeves, Miss Georgie, Tuscola. 
Davis, Miss Nora, Cove Creek. 
Singleton, J. A., Waynesville, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Bennett, James, Ola. 
Hannah. R. M., Ola. 
Henry, J. E., Crestmont. 
Hannah, Miss Iva. Ola. 
Hawkins. Miss Mary. Crab Tree, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

McCracken, Miss Lizzie, Crab Tree, 
R. F. D. No. 1. 
Allison, J. H.. Delwood. 
Owen. Miss Josie, Waynesville, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Parton, Miss Rena, Waynesville, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 
McDowell, R. P.. Canton. 



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WAYNESVILtLK. 

Population, 1910: 3,500. 

No. white polls, 250; No. colored 
]k, lis. 19. 

Value of real estate, .S017.9U1 ; value 
of personal property, $385,704. 

T..\ Rate: $1.50 on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $70,000. Floating debt. 
$4,000: 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor -.1. R. Boyd. 

Chief of Police — C. M. Blalock. 

City Clerk— .1. H. Howell. 

Treasurer — J. H. Howell. 

Tax Collector — W. .T. Haynes. 

City Attorney— S. C. Welch. 

City Supt. of Health — R. L. Allen. 

Postmaster — T. L. Green. 

B. B. 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 — Harry North. Rector. 

Methodist — M. F. Moores. Pastor ; 
R. C. Kirk. Jonathan Circuit. 

Baptist — J. M. McManaway, Pastor. 

Presbyterian— E. D. Kerr, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Waynesville Graded School — W. C. 
Allen, Supt. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Kenmore. 

Gorden. 

Suyetta. 

White Sulphur Springs Hotel. 

Bonnie Castle. 

Bon Air. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Gauze, J. F. 

Liner. S. C. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Waynesville — Alden Howell, 
President : Hilliard B. Atkins, 
Cashier. 

First National Bank — J. R. Boyd, 
President; W. T. Blavlock, Cashier. 
BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Waynesville Brick & Tile Co. 
BOOK STORES. 

Waynesville Book Co. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Rhinehart. R. M. 

Schulhoffer. 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, John H. 
McDowell, C. H. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Mcintosh-Foard Co. 
Waynesville Pharmacy. 
Annex Pharmacy. 

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 & 
sale.) 

Haywood Grocery Co. 
Boone, J. D. 
Harrold, E. S. 
Waynesville Grocery Co. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 
Waynesville Hardware Co. 
Rhinehart & Turbyflll. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Carraway, James E. (Life.) 
Atkinson & Atkinson. (Fire & Life.) 
Withers, E. L. (Fire.) 
Bass, John F. (Fire). 
Reed & Howell. (Fire.) 
Boyd & Osborne (Fire.) 

JEWELERS. 
Davis, Jerry. 
Burn, E. I. 

LAUNDRIES. 
Killian Brothers. 

LAWYERS. 
Crawford, W. T. 
Welch. S. C. 
Hannah, W. J. 
Ferguson, J. W. 
Ferguson, W. B. 
Kirkpatrick. H. S. 
Howell & Bohannon. 
Norwood. John W. 
Queen, John M. 
LUMBER M'F'R'S AND DEALERS 
Waynesville Wood Mfg. Co. 
Haywood Lumber & Supply Co. 

PAINTERS. 
Russell. C. B 



Co. (Whole- 
(Wholesale.) 



HAYWOOD COUNTY. 



291 



David, Goras. 
Underwood, W. P. 

PLUMBERS. 
Smith. J. A. 

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. 
Bass. John F. 
Withers, E. L. 
Hvatt Bros. 

SHINGLE DEALERS. 
Boone. J. K.. & Co. 
Feed & Lumber Co. 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 
Waynesville Undertaking Co. 
Ray, Clyde H.. & Son. 
Logan & Co., C. G. 

WALL PAPER DEALERS. 
Mcintosh & Co. 
Boone. .T. K., & Co. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
\Yavnesville Produce Co. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Unagusta Mfg. Co. (Furniture.) 
Waynesville Furniture Co. (Furni 
ture.) 
Junaluska Leather Co. (Tannery.) 
Haywood Lumber & Supply Co. 

CLYDE. 

Population. 1910: 350. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — L. C. Reno. 
Postmaster — W. H. Jarrett. 
Chief of Police — .T. L. Justice. 
R. R. Agent — Fred West. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist— C. L. McCain, Rev. Mr. 
Moore. Pastors. 

Baptist— Geo. W. Wharton. Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Haywood Institute — W. H. Woodall, 
Principal. 

Clyde School — O. C. Davis. Prin. 

DOCTORS. 
Davis. F. M. 
Medford, S. B. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Medford. S. B. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Havnes. F. E. 
Cagle, D. M. 
Morgan, J. W. 
Finchen. A. J., & Co. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Clvde Inn. 
Oak Berst. 
<!len Holm. 
Skvland Home. 1 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Smathers, John H. 
Robinson, R. V. 



CANTON. 

incorporated in 1SS7. 
Population, 1910: 3,584. 
Value real estate, $1,000,000; value 
personal property, $150,000. 

Tax Rate: $1.00 on tne $100. 

1'OWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. T. Bailey. 

Postmaster — C. F. Smathers. 

Chief of Police— S. J. Taylor. 

R. R. Agent — Wm. Bailey. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — Rev. Mr. Chestersou, Pas- 
tor. 

Methodist— C. S. Kirkpatrick, Pas- 
tor. 

Presbyterian — Rev. Mr. Hunt, Pas- 
tor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Canton Graded School— 11. D. Mc- 
Dowell, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Champion Bank — W. J. Hampton, 
President : J. H. Kirkpatrick, Cashier. 

Bank of Canton— Alden Howell, 
President: G. N. Henson. Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 

Mease, J. H. 

Willis. A. 1'. 

Dr. Carraway. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Champion Fibre Co. 
NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Canton Observer I Weekly) — Horace 
Sentelle. Editor. 

DENTISTS. 

Smathers, H. A. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Acme Pharmacy- 

Neelv. S. H. 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Canton B. & L. Association. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Smathers. Jesse R. 

Singleton. Thomas. 

Austin, John. 

Curtis. J. M., ,V Son. 

Dickerson. 

Scott, J. W. 

Hampton, C. V. 

Hampton, O. M. 

Hampton, W. J.. & Son. 

Mease, J.-N., & Sous. 

Lee & Brown. 

MeOee, W. F. P. 

Sharp, AY. T. 

Williams, Ben. 

Hippa & Moffitt. 

Wells. C. T. 

Jeffreys & Osborne. 
HOTELS AND BOARDINC, HOUSES 

Meares House. 

Central Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Williams Bros. 

Massie, W. G. 

Morgan. M. R. 



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HENDERSON COUNTY. 



HENDERSON COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, HENDERSONVILLE. 



Population: (Census 1910), 16,2ii_'. 

Formed in 1S3S. Named in honor of Governor Henderson. 

Area: 3G6 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $3,055,193; value of personal property, $1,182, 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, 84.1 69.208 ; by negroes, $68,298. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 55; for negroes, 10. 

Tax Kate: County purposes, 75c. on the $100; roads, 20c; bridges, 

County bonded debt, $150,000. 

Public Roads: No. miles, 500. Worked by labor, not tax, and chain 

KA1LROA1), TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 
Asheville and Spartanburg Railroad. 21.56 miles, assessed value. $485, 

Pullman Co., assessed value 4 

Southern Express Co., assessed value $ 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 2, 

"Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 5, 

Asheville Telephone, and Telegraph Co., assessed value 13, 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co.. assessed value 2, 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. assessed value 

Transylvania Railroad. 11.57 miles, assessed value 51. 

Superior Court Terms: March 4th (criminal) : May 13th (jail and 
cases i : September 30th (criminal); November 11th (civil). 



313. 



gang. 

100.00 
182.64 
033.77 
662.00 
897.22 
,774.00 
,264.40 
640 .00 
,955.06 
civil 



. C. V. Shepnerd. Hen- 
R. Kirk, Henderson- 
C In-afce — Henderson- 



Heallh— J. G. Waldrop, 
Schools— W. S. Shitle, 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— C. M. Pace, 
Hendersonville. 

Sheriff— A. M. Blackwell, Hender- 
ville. 

Register of Deeds— S. M. King, 
Hendersonville. 

Treasurer — V 
dersonville. 

Coroner — W. 
ville. 

Surveyor — J. 
ville. 

Co. Supt. of 
Hendersonville 

Co. Supt. of 
Hendersonville. 

Supt. of County Home — J. C. Parker, 
Hendersonville. 

Co. Board of Education — C. Oates, 
Beaver Wallow; J. W. Morgan, 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; Claude Sales, 
Fletcher. " 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Blue Ridge Township — S. M. Gil- 
liam, Hendersonville, R. F. D. ; .T. W. 
Pari, Hendersonville, R. F. D. 
Young, Hendersonville, R. F. 
C. Whitaker, Hendersonville. R 
W. B. Wells, Hendersonville. 
D. : A. 13. Jackson. Dana ; 
King, Hendersonville. 

Clear Creek— Sam Pittillo, Hen- 
dersonville; J. H. Townsenrl. Hender- 
sonville, R. F. D.: J. B. Hill, Hender- 
sonville, R. F. D. ; J. A. Garren, Hen- 
dersonville. R. F. D. : A. .T. McMinn. 



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A. 



Hendersonville. R. F. D. ; R. P. Har- 
per, Hendersonville, R. F. D. ; L. P. 
Pittillo, Hendersonville. R. F. D. 

Crab Creek — J. T. Jones, Hender- 
sonville, R. F. D.; W. A. Mason, Hen- 
dersonville. R. F. D. 

Edneyville — C. Oates, Bear Wal- 
low; Bob L. Freemau, Bear Wallow: 
W. G. Lvda, Bear Wallow; G. B. 
Hill. Edneyville; T. A. Whitaker, Ed- 
neyville. 

Green River— J. W. Ward. Zirconia 
R. F. D.; R. B. Ward. Zirconia. R. 
F D. ; A. A. McDowell, Zirconia. R. 
F. D. 

Hendersonville — J. D. Dermid. Hen- 
dersonville; B. F. Hood, Henderson- 
ville : J. P. Patton. Hendersonville : 
W. L. Miller, Hendersonville: G. P. 
Liverett, Hendersonville; J. R. Wil- 
kie, Hendersonville; J. R. Edney, 
Hendersonville. 

Hooper's Creek — I. T. Sales, 
Fletcher; J. P. Wilkie, Fletcher; 
Frank Smith, Fletcher. 

Mills River— 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. : Sidney Gallemore. 
Horse Shoe; T. B. Allen, Horse Shoe. 
MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 
A. I. Justice, Hendersonville, R. F. 
D. ; R. P. Corn, Hendersonville, R. F. 
D. ; J. L Brookshire, Flat Rock, R. 
F. D. ; W. A. Morris, Hendersonville, 
R. F D.; Z. A. Shipmau, Henderson- 
ville,' R. F. D. ; C. D. Cole, Hender- 
sonville. R. F. D. ; J. M. Gray, Hen- 
dersonville. 



HENDERSON COUNTY. 



293 



SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Pleasant Hill Graded School— Jas. 

T Pace, Principal, Hendersonville,, 

n. f. d. 

Hooper's Creek Graded School — H. 

M. Ainsly, Principal, Fletcher. 

Flat Kock Graded School— D. H. 
Cline, Principal, Flat Rock. 

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. 

Brown, J. S., Hendersonville, R. F. 
D. 

• i nnes, Levi, Zirconia. 

Crow, Art, Hendersonville, R. F. D. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Walker, L. P., Flat Rock. 

Freeman Bros., Bat Cave. 

Carl, John, Dana. 

Davenport, A. L. & L. E., Horseshoe. 

S.iles Bros., Fletcher. 

Johnson, T. L., Fletcher. 
,Jones, J. S., Flat Rock. 

Whitaker & Davenport. Fletcher, 
R. F. D. 

Moore, W. C, Hendersonville, R. F. 
D. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Marshall, B. W., Hendersonville, R. 
F. D. 

Justice, H. D., Dana. 

Case, James, Flat Rock. 

Johnson, H. F., Hendersonville, R. 
F. D. 

SAW MILES. 

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. 

Stepp, D. R., Hendersonville, R. F. 
D. 

Maxwell, H. P., Hendersonville, R. 
F. D. 

McCrary, Hix, Hendersonville, R. 
F. D. 

Roper, C. E., Hendersonville, R. F. 
D. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Teague, John S., Fletcher. 

Teague. Miss Pearl, Fletcher. 

Brevard, Miss Bertha, Fletcher, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Turner. Miss Otta, Fltecher, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Hurst. Miss Ollie, Fletcher. R. F. 
Ti. No. 3. 

Jones, Miss Annabel, Fletcher. 
Warlick. Miss Augusta, Horse 
Shoe. 

Cannon, Miss Sue, Horse Shoe. 

Edwards. Miss Estelle. Etowah. 



Nanney. Prof. J. H., Henderson- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 4. 

Brown, Prof. Waldo F., Bat Cave. 

Street, Miss Edith, Gerton. 

Jones, Miss Fannie, Balfour. 

Beam. Miss Carrie, Balfour. 

Williams, Miss Esmeralda, Flat 
Rocfc. 

Hight, Miss Lilly, Flat Rock. 

Pittillo. Miss Hester, Henderson- 
ville. R. F. D. No. 6. 

Murray, Miss Mayo, Horse Shoe. 

Lanning, Miss Sue, Fletcher. 

Grinnan, Miss Isabelle, Henderson- 
ville. 

Warlick, Miss Hattie, Horse Shoe. 

Garren, Miss Delia, Hendersonville. 

Klein. David H.. Flat Rock. 

Hill. Tilden, Edneyville. 

Brock, Miss Lala, Flat Rock. 

Youns:, W. S., Flat Rock. 

Pittillo, M. Y., Hendersonville, R. 
F. D. 2. 

Pittillo, Miss Clara. Hendersonville. 

Pittillo, Miss French, Henderson- 
ville. 

Sinclair, Mrs. E. L., Fletcher, R. F. 
D. 

Johnson, Mrs. T. M., Arden. 

Johnson.' T. M., Arden. 

Clarke, W. T., Hendersonville. 

Clark, G. F., Flat Rock, R. F. D. 

Miller, Miss Jeannette, Henderson- 
ville, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Young, Miss Charlotte, Horse Shoe. 

Shipman, Miss Mayme, Henderson- 
ville. 

Shipman, Miss Lola, Henderson- 
ville. 

Bird, Mrs. E. M., Fletchers. 

Freeman, Miss Celia, Bat Cave. 

Freeman, Miss Erne, Bat Cave. 

Freeman, Miss Ida Bell, Hender- 
sonville, R. F. D. No. 2. 

Waters, T. J., Hendersonville, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Lvda. H. M., Hendersonville. R. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Redden, Mrs. John, Hendersonville. 

Warlick, Miss Augusta, Horse Shoe. 

Rrittain, Miss Maggie. Horse Shoe. 

Ledbetter, Miss Bertha, Henderson- 
ville. 

Woodfln. Miss Mary. 

Flack, Mrs. J. A., Edneyville. 

Pace. James H., Hendersonville, R. 
F. D. No. 4. 

Ledbetter, Miss Ludith. Edneyville. 

Paris, W. R., Edneyville. 



HENDERSONVILLE. 

Population, 1910: 4.000. No. white 
polls. 481: No. colored polls, 111. 
] Value real estate, SI. 145,291; value 
personal property, $531,517. 
Tax Rate: $1.10. 
Bonded debt. $118,000. 



21)4 



IIKNDKKSON COUNTY. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— R. H. Staton. 

Chief of Police — W. A. Garren. 

City Clerk — J. Mack Rhodes. 

Treasurer — W. Griffith. 

Tax Collector — A. J. Williams. 

Standard-Keeper — J. D. Davis. 

City Attorney — W. C. Rector. . 

Postmaster — B. Jackson. 

It. R. Agent— J. W. Bailey, South- 
ern Railway. 

Express Agent — J. W. Bailey, 
Southern Express Co. 

Telegraph Managers — Mrs. Mattie 
("handler. Bell Tel. & Tel. Co.; D. A. 
Ilutto, Western Union. 

Telephone Manager — B. F. Gudger, 
Asheville Tel. & Tel. Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — J. W. Cawthan, Pastor. 

Methodist — A. L. Stanford, Pastor. 

Catholic — Father Marlon, Pastor. 

Episcopal — H. B. Wilcox, Rector. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Hendersonville Graded School — W. 
II. Cole, Superintendent. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

(iates 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. VV. C. 

The Oaks. 

The Kentucky House. 

Osteen House. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Peoples National Bank — U. G. Sta- 
ton. President; C. S. Fullbrig'ht, 
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. — W. A. Smith, 
President; P. F. Patton, Cashier. 
BAKERS. 

Toms. M. C. 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Ingraham Brothers. 
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Lott, Wm. 

BOOK STORES. 

Whitaker, C. R. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 
CATTLE. 

Lyda, W. C. 

Hyder, J. P. 

Pace & Sherman. 

Justice, A. F. 

Stepp, D. E. 

Brock & Justus. 

Rusher, J. A. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 

Farmers Supply Co. 

English & Wilson. 



CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Edwards, W. F. 
McCrary, Joe. 
Jordan, J. H. 
Justus, K. G. 

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. 

Edgertou, J. L. 
Drafts, A. B. 
Waldrop, J. G. 
Kirk, W. R. 
Dixon, Guy. 
Allen, T. A. 
Few, C. 
Cranford, J. F. 
Johnson, L. L. 
Russell, J. D. 
Williams, J. C. 
Hutchison, G. W. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Johnson, S. 
Williams. Otto. 
Wilson. C. E. 
Jones, A. O. 
Staton & Ramsey. 
Patterson, H. 
Lewis, E., & Son. 
Hendersonville Mercantile Co. 
Jones, A. O. 
Carson, T. B. 
POWER AND LIGHT COMPANIES. 
Oafes, R. M. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 
Boyd, J. D. 
Pailalas Bros. 
Gionos, Geo. 

FERTILIZER DEALERS & M'F'RS. 

Hyder, J. P. 
Pace, D. S. 
Case, Jonathan. 
Allen, T. A. 
Hyder, G. G. 

FLORISTS. 
Barn will, Mrs. Lila Rlply, 
Howard, Mrs. 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Lyda, W. C. 
Rusher, J. A. 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Stepp, J. M. 

S heppard. M. M. 



HENDERSON— HERTFORD. 



293 



GROCERS. 

Henderscnville Wholesale Co. 

Calhoun-Wilkens Co. 

Slayde-Fakes & Co. 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Clarke Hardware Co. 

Edwards, W. F. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Few, Vernon. 

Eubanks, John. 

Ray, Mc. D. 

Staton, U. G. 

Staton & Rector. 

JEWELERS. 

Hawkins, W. H. 

Cagle, J. S. 

LAUNDRIES. 

Whitaker, C. R. 

LAWYERS. 

Smith, W. A. 

Schenck, Michael. 

Ray, Mc. D. 

Blythe, O. V. F. 

Justice, Floy. 

Pickius, 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. 

Morrow, J. C. 

Bennett, Brothers. 

Wilson, J. R. 

Hendersonville Ice, Coal & Lumber 
Co. 



PAINT AND OIL DEALERS. 

Barrett Bros. 
Clarke Hardware Co. 

PAINTERS. 
Garren, W. A. 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Hyder, H. D. 

PLUMBERS. 
Mclntyre, J. W. 
Detruer. J. H. 
Duffy, John. 
Bradley & McCall. 
PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS. 
Michael Bros. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Baker, A. F. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
French Broad Hustler (Weekly) — 
M. L. Shipman, Editor. 

Daily Herald— M. L. Shipman, Edi- 
tor. 

Western N. C. Times (Weekly)— T, 
R Barrows, 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. 
Garren. W. A. 



HERTFORD COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, WINTON. 



Population: (Census 1910), 15,436. 

Formed in 1750. Named in honor of Marquis of Hertford. 

Area: 340 sauare miles. 

Value of real estate and personal property, $4,025,279. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, $3,349,590; by negroes, $675,6S9. 

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 494,718.02 



Southern Express Co., assessed value. 



3,374.76 



Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 4,172.39 

Wellington and Powellsville Railroad. 4.00 miles, assessed value.. 9,864.00 

Albemarle Steam Navigation Co., assessed value 1.650.00 

4.5SO.0O 

507.00 



North State Telephone Co., assessed value 

Chowan and Roanoke Telephone Co., assessed value 

Southern Railway — Rolling Stock, assessed value 19,724.00 

Roanoke Chowan Telephone Co., assessed value 447.00 

Pullman Co., assessed value 2,444.40 

Superior Court Terms: February 26th ; April 22d ; October 14th. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court — Thomas 
Boone. Winton. 



D. 



Sheriff — Asa E. Garrett, Ahoskle. 
Register of Deeds — John A. North 
•ott. Winton. 



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Treasurer — A. E. Garrett, Ahoskie. 

Coroner — Paul Mitchell, Ahoskie. 

Surveyor — J. D. Parker, Wood- 
land. 

Co. Supt. of Health — A. \Y. Greene, 
Ahoskie. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — J. C. Scar- 
borough, Winton. 

Supt. of County Home — M. M, 
Brown, Ahoskie, R. F. D. 

Co. Board of Education — J. E. 
Vann, Winton; J. T. Williams, Har- 
rellsville; U. Watson, Murfreesboro. 

County Commissioners — B. F. Wil- 
liams, A. I. Parker, C. E. Boyette, S. 
P Winborne, C. W. Parker and E. 
J. Gerrock. 

County Hoard of Elections — A. C. 

Vann, J. R. Mitchell, A. S. Mitchell. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Ahoskie Township — F. G. Taylor, 
Ahoskie; A. 0. Kill, Ahoskie; W. L. 
Mitchell, Ahoskie; Solon Jernigan, 
Ahoskie; J. J. Askew, Ahoskie: J. 
R. Garrett, Ahoskie; J. H. Mitchell, 
Ahoskie; J. W. Powell, Ahoskie; 

C. N. Prudeu, Ahoskie. 
Harrellsville— A. B. Adkins, Bethle- 
hem; S. M. Aumack, Harrellsville; W. 

E. Miller, Harrellsville; Edmund 
Jones. Harrellsville ; J. L. Smith, 
Harrellsville. 

Maney's Neck — L. F. Lee, Lotta ; S. 
P. Winborne, Como ; J. D. Riddick, 
Riddicksville ; E. G. Sears, Como; 
Jno. C. Taylor. Como. 

Murfreesboro — Isaac Pipkin, Mur- 
freesboro; Jno. S. Wynn. Murfrees- 
boro; J. J. Parker Murfreesboro; M. 

D. Gatling, Winton. R. F. D. ; T. M. 
Forbes, Winton, R. F. D. ; W. S. Nel- 
son, Murfreesboro ; A. M. Browne, 
Murfreesboro ; Uriah Vaughan, Mur- 
freesboro ; J. D. Babb, Murfreesboro : 
J. B. Barnacascel, Murfreesboro ; J. 
C. Vinson, Murfreesboro. 

St. John's- J. E. Brett, Ahoskie, R. 

F. D. ; Jno. Freeman, Ahoskie, R. F. 
D. ; J. M. Eley, Woodland, R. F. D.; 
A. J. Vinson, St. John: T. E. Fu- 
trell. St. John; W. W. Joyner. St. 
John; J. L. Snipes, St. John; I. T. 
Askew, St. John. 

Winton — J. W. Boone, Winton ; A. 
I. Parker. Winton: B. G. Williams, 
Cofleld; A. C. Vann, Ahoskie, R. F. 
D. ; W. D. McGloughan, Tunis. 
MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Poteat, J. H.. Como. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Buckhorn Academy — Miss Joe Vann, 
Principal. Como. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Burbage, T. I., Como. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Barnes. J. H., & Co., Como. 
Picot, G. C, Como. 
Williams. B. G., Cofleld. 
Israel, K. R.. Tunis. 
Parker, C. W., Menola. 
Benthall. J. C. St. Johns. 



COTTON GINS. 

Mitchell & Garrett, Ahoskie. 

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. 

Rountree & 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. 

Minton, D. L., Anneta. 

Y\'inton Ginning Co.. Winton. 
SAW MILLS. 

Branning Mfg. Co., Ahoskie. 

Taylor, W. P., Winton. 

Hertford Lumber Co., Murfreesboro. 

Halifax Lumber Co., Tunis. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Burch. Miss Myrtle, Harrellsville. 

Tayloe, Miss Hattie, Ahoskie. 

McCracken, Miss Florence, Ahoskie. 

Greene. Miss Bessie, St. Johns. 

Browne. J. W., Ahoskie. 

Deans, Miss Mary C. Murfreesboro. 

Banks, Miss Janie, Winton. 

Bailey, Mrs. M. J., Como. 

Parker, Miss Jessie M., St. Johns. 

Cobb. Miss Julia B.. St. Johns. 

Wynne, Miss Eva, St. Johns. 

Edwards. W. M.. Murfreesboro. 

Davenport, Miss Ruth M.. Winton. 

Peele, Miss Elma I.. Murfreesboro. 

Sears, Miss Annie W., Ahoskie. 

Browne, J. Robert, Woodland. 

Kornegay. Miss Ella, Winton. 

Overton. Mrs. J. H., Ahoskie. 

Evans. Miss Myrtle, Coleraine. 

Mitchell, Miss Lydie, Aulander. 

Jernigan, Miss Lizzie. Ahoskie. 

Montague. Miss Hazel W., Coleraine. 

Matthews. Miss Bertie. Ahoskie. 

Jenkins. L. B.. Murfreesboro. 



HERTFORD COUNTY. 



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Tredway, Miss Katherine. Corno. 

Overton, Miss Mabel, Ahoskie. 

Hynes, Miss Claudia, Harrellsville. 

Douglass, Miss Bertha, Tunis. 

Thomas, Miss Mary P., Cofleld. 

Newsonie, Miss Minnie W., Harrells- 
ville. 

Barrett, Miss Jessie E., Winton, R. 
F. D. 

Parker, Miss Mary E., Woodland. 

Griffith, Mrs. H. W., Woodland. 

Jenkins, Miss Belle, Harrellsville. 

Brinson, Mrs. H. F., Tunis. 

Holloman, Miss Rosa Mae, Har- 
rellsville. 

Brett, Miss Nettie Everette, Ahos- 
kie, R. F. D. 

Hill, Miss Elia. Cofleld. 

Watson, Miss Peoria, Mapleton. 

Lawrence, Miss Donia, Ahoskie, R. 
F. D. 

Vann, Miss Josephine H.. Como. 

Leary, Miss Pattie, Ahoskie. 

Newsome, Miss Nannie, Ahoskie. 

Bovette, Miss Ruth, Aulander. 

Futrell, Miss Birdie. Woodland. 

Britton, N. W.. Winton. 



WINTON. 

Incorporated in 1S73. 
Population, 1910: 688. 
Value real estate. $82,575; value per- 
sonal property, $108,462. 

Tax Bate: 15c. on the $100 and 
45c. on poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — J. W. Boone. 
Postmaster — J. B. Catus. 
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 
Mnrfreesboro.) 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHKS. 
Baptist — D. P. Harriss, E. B. 
Brown, Pastors. 
Methodist — H. M. Jackson. Pastor. 
Episcopal — W. R. Noe. 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. n 

Daniel & Shaw Drug Co. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Jordan & Parker. 
Shaw, W. P., Jr.. & Bro. 
Herring, W. S., & Son. 
Pearce & Banks. 
Shaw Bros. 
Merchants Supply Co. 



Jones, H. H. 
Carter, J. C. 
Jones, E. R. 
Nickens, C. D. 
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. 
Cowper, George. 
Mitchell, J. R. 
Bridger, R. C. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Taylor, W. P. (Saw mill.) 



UNION. 

Incorporated in 18S7. 

Population, 1910: White, 88; col- 
ored. 50; total, 13S. 

Value of real estate. $24,100.00; 
value of personal property, $6,465.38. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. J. Vaughan. 

Chief of Police — John L. Charles. 

Manager Telegraph — L. J. Lawrence, 
The North State Telephone Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — D. P. Harriss. Pastor. 

3Iethodist — D. A. Futrell, Pastor. 

Union High School — Miss Roberta 
Matthews, Principal. 

DOCTORS. 

Kellam, W. D. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Matthews. J. E. 

Dardcn. Mrs. Effie. 

Dunn, W. J. 

Riddick, John. 

Sears. Mrs. Annie P. 

Freeman. John. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Matthews House. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Matthews. J. E. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Lawrence & Sears (Coach Shop). 

Beverly & Freeman (Sawmill and 
Gin). 



MURFREESBORO. 

Incorporated in 1S41. 

Population, 1910: 80S. 

Value real estate and person:'.! prop- 
erty, $302,355. 

fax Rate: 25c. on the $100 and 75c. 
on poll. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayoi — L. J. Lawrence. 



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Albe- 
Htli, 



VIIKS. 

Bruner. 

- Mrs. E. 



Citizens 
President : 

Gary, R. 
Harrell, 



Postmaster — John Hare. 
Chief of Police— J. L. Wall. 
R. R. Agent— T. W. Pipkin, 
marie Navigation Co.; E. B 
Chowan Motor Co. 

manager Telegraph — L. J. Lawrence, 
The North State Telephone Co. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist — H. M. Jackson, Pastor. 
Baptist — A. T. Howell. Pastor. 
Episcopal — W. R. Noe, Rector, 
Windsor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADR 
Chowan College — J. D. 
President. 

Seminary for Young L>iilie 
E. Parham, Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
The Peoples Bank — D. C. Barnes, 
President; Roger Watson, Cashier. 

Bank — L. J. Lawrence. 
I. I. Griffin. Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 
H. 
George N. 

DENTISTS. 
Campbell, Paul. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Nicholson, T. H. 

GENERAL, MERCHANDISE. 
Wynn Bros. 
Vang ha n, U. 
Mann, J. M. 
Vaughan, C. T. 
Watson, D. 
Deloatch. K. S. 
Chitty. W. R. 
Boyette, C. E. 
Jenkins, Godwin. 
Boyette, J. A. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Seawell House. 
Murfreesboro Hotel. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Chitty, J. C. 
Boyette, C. E. 
Liverman, J. L. 

LAWYERS. 
Winborne & Winborne. 
Lawrence, Lloyd J. 
Barnes, D. C. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Murfreesboro Insurance Agency. 
Barnes. D. C. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Hines Buggy Co. 



AHOSKIE. 

Incorporated in 1892. 

Population. 1910: 800. 

Value real estate. $165,548; value 
personal property, $105,074. 

Tax Rate: 20c. on the $100. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. W. Rogers. 

Postmaster — I. F. Snipes. 

Chief of Police — D. L. Thomas. 

R. R. Agent — J. H. Robertson, At- 
lantic Coast Line R. R. 

Manager Telegraph — J. H. Robert- 
son. Western Union Telegraph Co. 



MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — (!eo. Dow T ell, Pastor. 
Methodist— D. A. Futrell, Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Ahoskie Graded School — J. I. White, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Ahoskie — J. T. Williams, 
President; W. L. Curtis, Cashier. 
DOCTORS. 
Mitchell. J. H. 
Mitchell, Paul H. 
(ireene, A. W. 

DENTISTS. 
Greene, Edgar. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Ahoskie Drug Co. 
Mitchell. J. H., & Son. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Odom & Hill. 
Bazemore, A. G. 
Ahoskie Supply Co. 
Overton, T. H. 
Carter, J. T. 
Hayes & Curtis. 
Powell, Fletcher. 
Hoggard & Stokes. 
Garrett, J. It. 
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. 
Mitchell House. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Hertford County Herald (Weekly) 
I — VV. (i. Smith, Editor. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Hill, J. T. 
Godwin. J. W. 
Mitchell, L. M. 
Jenkins & Hill. 
A. W. Holloman. 

LAWYERS. 
Snipes. E. T. 
Rogers, W. W. 
Hobbs, E. C. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Baker & McGloughan. 
Hobbs, E. C. 
Curtis. Walter. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 
Branning Mfg. Co. 
Ahoskie Ice Co. 
Ahoskie Variety Works. 



HARRELIiSVIIiLE. 

Population, 1910: 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.) 



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299 



MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist — C. P. Scott, Pastor. 
Methodist— D. A. Futrell, Pastor. 

DOCTORS. 
Powell, J. A. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Askew, John O. 
Williams Bros. 
Ward, B. H. 
Gilliam. W. B. 



Copeland & Taylor. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Scull, Mrs. L. W. 
Copeland, W. Q. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Copeland & Taylor. 
Ward, B. H. 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS. 

Copeland & Taylor. 
Basnight, H. S. 



HOKE COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, RAEFORD. 



Population: About 15,000. 

Formed in 1911. Named in honor of Gen. R. F. Hoke. 

Area: 491 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $2,219,672; value of personal propertv, $839,163. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, $2,868,018; by negroes, $29,3S9. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 22; for negroes, 25. 

Tax Rate: 85c; county purposes, 22c. on the $100; special, 20c. 

Public Roads: Worked by taxation and by bond issue of $50,000. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Aberdeen and Rockflsh Railroad, 39.25 miles, assessed value $130,636.00 

Red Springs and Bowmore Railroad. 9 miles, assessed value 12,857.00 

Superior Court Terms: Time for holding court, when called by Gov- 
ernor. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— W. B. Mc- 
Queen, Raeford. 

Sheriff — Edgar Hall, Dundarrach. 

Register of Deeds— J. H. Smith, 
Raeford. 

Treasurer — W. J. McCraney, Rae- 
ford. 

Corouer — A. P. Dickson, M. D/., 
Raeford. 

Co. Supt. of Health— G. W. Brown, 
M. D., Raeford. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — Jno. A. Mc- 
Gougan, Raeford. 

Co. Board of Education — Jno. A. 
Hodgin. Red Springs, R. F. D. No. 
1; N. A. McDonald, Timberland ; Neill 
McKinnon, Lakefleld. 

County Commissioners — J. W. John- 
son (chrm.), Raeford; S. J. Cameron, 
Raeford. R. F. D. No. 3; John A. Mc- 
Phaul, Dundarrach. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Antioch Township — John A. Hod- 
gin, Red Springs, R. F. D. No. 1 ; 
D. B. McLauchlin, Red Springs, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Blue Springs TownshipT-T. H. 
Walters, Raeford, R. F. D. No. 1 ; 
Cbas. A. Puree], Red Springs, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Little River Township— M. P. Blue, 
Lobelia. 

Quewhiffle Township — N. A. Mc- 
Donald, Timberland. 

Raeford Township — J. A. Niven, 
Raeford. 



SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Raeford Institute — D. B. Teague, 
Principal, Raeford. 

Spring Branch Academy — W. T 
Byrd. Principal, Wagram. • 

Antioch High School — John E. 
Evans. Red Springs, R. F. D. No. 3. 

Bethel Academy — R. B. Gunter, 
Principal. Raeford, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Dundarrach Academy — M. A. Pat- 
terson, Principal, Dundarrach. 

Arabia Academy — Arabia. 

Glenn Echoes School — Raeford, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Wilks, J. W., Raeford, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

McLauchlin, T. M., Raeford, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

McKinnon, Neill, Lakefleld. 

McPhaul, J. A., & M. H.. Dun- 
darrach. 

Hodgins, J. A., Red Springs, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Wright, P. H., Raeford, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

McLean, M. W., Raeford, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

COTTON GINS. 

Austin & Williford. Raeford. 

Johnson, J. W., Raeford. 

Eddinberg Gin Co., Raeford. 

Maxwell, Joe A., Raeford. 

Walters. T. H., Raeford, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

McLean Ginning Co.. Raeford. 

Bowmore Ginning Co., Raeford, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 






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HOKE COUNTY. 



FLOIR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

MHjueen, J. A., Raeford, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

McBryde, Thos., Red Springs, R. F. 
D. No. 3. 

McNeill, Russell, Raeford, R. F. D. 
No. 'J. 

Sinclair's Corn Mill, Raeford, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

SAW MILLS. 

Stephens, C. L., Red Springs, R. F. 
D. No. 1. 

McDiarmid & Williford, Raeford. 

Maxwell, J. A.. Raeford. 

Bowman Lumber Co., Raeford, R. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Walters. T. H.. Raeford, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL, TEACHERS. 

Evans. John E., Red Springs, 
Route No. 1. 

Gordon, Ruth, Red Springs, Route 
No. 1. 

McLeod, Martha. Red Springs. 

Byrd, W. T., Raeford, Route No. 1. 

Buchanan. Anna Meta, Raeford, 
Route No. 1. 

Gunter, L B., Raeford. Route No. 1. 

Leach, Carrie, Raeford, Route 
No. 1. 

McLean, Mamie, Raeford, Route 
No. 1. 

McMillan, Mary Lee. Raeford, 
Ro.ute No. 1. 

Shaw, Katie, Raeford. 

Poole, Ella Mae, Raeford. 

McKeithan, Annie, Raeford. 

Graham, Belle. Raeford. 

McDuffie, Sadie. Raeford. 

Poole. D. S., Raeford. 

Seawell, Christian. Raeford. Route 
No. 2. 

Patterson. M. A.. Dundarrach. 

McNeill, Beatrice. Yass. 

Jones, Margaret. Rockfisk. 

Poole. Ina, Timberland. 

Harmon, Grisella. Hope Mills, 
Route No. 1. 

Teague. D. B.. Raeford. 

Dees. Archie, Raeford. 

McQueen, Flora, Raeford. 

RAEFORD. 

Incorporated in 1899. 

Population. 1010: White. 1,200. 

Tax Rate: 1-3 of 1 per cent. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor — D. S. Pool. 

Postmaster — N. C. McFadyen. 

Marshall— P. C. Oakes. 

R. R. Agent — W. E. Freeman, A. & 
R. R. R. Co. 

3Ianagrer Telegraph — W. E. Freeman. 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — W. C. Brown, Pastor. 

Methodist— J. W. Bradley. Paste]-. 



C. W. Smith and C. C. Brothers, Rae- 
ford Circuit. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Moore, John W. (Fire.) 
Craham, G. A. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Moore, John W. 
Craham, G. A. 

BARBERS. 
B. F. Crimes. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Raeford Institute— D. B. Teague, 
Principal. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Bank of Raeford — John W. Mc- 
Lauchlin, President; John W. Moore, 
Cashier. 

DOCTORS. 
Brown, George W. 
(iraham, George A. 
Dickson, A. P. 
Francis. Juat. 

NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 
Hoke County Journal ^Weekly) — 
Fred P. Johnson, Editor. 
DRUGGISTS. 
Raeford Drug Co. 

DENTISTS. 
Cromartie, H. R. 
McDearmid, McK. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
McLauchlin, The, 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. 
McKethan, D. S. 
Farmers' Furnishing Co. 

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.) 
Culbretn & Graham. (Blacksmiths.) 
Black, John. (Elacksmith.) 
Austin & Williford. (System gin.) 



HYDE COUNTY. 



301 



HYDE COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, SWAN QUARTER. 



Population: (Census 1910), S,840. 

One of the original precincts of the Lords Proprietors. Named in honor 
of Edward Hyde, Governor of the Colony. 

Area: 430 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $1,025,310; value of personal property, $684,966. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, $1,634,451; by negroes, $75,826. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 33; for negroes, 2S. 

Tax Rate: School, 20c; 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 Co., assessed value $1,380.00 

Fairfield Canal and Turnpike Co., assessed value 7,600.00 

Hyde County Transportation Co., assessed value 1.S00.00 

Hyde County Telephone Co.. assessed value 2,500.00 

Fairfield and Elizabeth City Trans. Co., assessed value 2,400.00 

Superior Court Terms: May 20th ; November ISth. 



C. Windiey, Swan 
Health— 11. E. Windiey, 

J. Beck- 
T. Saw- 



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. Marshall, Engel- 
hard. 

Coroner — R. 
Quarter. 

Co. Supt. of 
Swan Quarter. 

Co. Supt. of Schools — S. 
with. Lake Landing. 

Supt. of County Home — J, 
yer, Swan Quarter. 

Co. Board of Education- W. P. Kar- 
ros, 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 Swindell, 
Swan Quarter. 

JUSTICES OF THE I'EACK. 

Currituck Township — Z. T. Forte- 
scue, Scranton; L. A. Griffin, Scran- 
ton; George G. Newman, Scranton; 
M. G. Williams. Scrautok. 

Swan Quarter — J. W. Jarvis, Swan 
Quarter: Tsaih R. Credle, Swan Quar- 
ter; Daniel D. Cuthrell, Swan Quar- 
ter. 

Fairfield— Geo. P. Carter, Fairfield; 
B. F. Mooney. Fairfield; L. L. Swin- 
dell, Fairfield. 

Lake Landing: — E. H. Jones, Swan 
Quarter; T. R. Benson. Swan Quar- 
ter; Geo. I. Watson. Wysocking; E. 
L. Silanthorm, Englehard ; S. T. Gas- 
kins. Lake Landing. 



School — Miss 



MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Lance, H. E., Fairfield. 

Davenport, H. S., Fairfield. 

Dixon, Ernest. Lake Landing. 

Jarvis, J. H., Scranton. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Lake Landing Graded School. 

Sladesville Graded School — Arthur 
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, Clbss, Engelhard. 

Davis, W. C, Engelhard. 

Engelhard Mercantile Co., Engel 
hard. 

Spencer, T. S.. Engelhard. 

Hall, J. M., Middleton. 

Mann, J. A., Middleton. 

Watson. Geo. I., Wysocking. 

McKinney, J. R., Wysocking. 

McKinnev, P. II.. Wvsocking. 

Credle, O. T., Wysocking. 

Weston, L. J., Lake Landing. 

Windiey. S. A.. Lake Landing. 



Quar- 



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HYDE— IREDELL. 



Bell, E. B., Swan Quarter. 

Bridgeman, R. G. , & Co., Swan 
Quarter. 

Jarvis, J. W., Swan Quarter. 

Harris. \V. D., & Co., Swau Quar- 
ter. 

Spencer, E. B., Swan Quarter. 

Mason, C. L.. Swan Quarter. 

Swindell, A. B., & Son, Swan Quar- 
ter. 

Chadwick, It. C, Swan Quarter. 

Credle, Geo. T., & Son, Swan Quar- 
ter. 

Richards. J. W., Scranton. 

Spring, Alex., Scranton. 

Sears, N. B., Scranton. 

Spencer, J. H., Scranton. 

Ruffin, J. L., Scranton. 

Lupton, S. S., Scranton. 

Lupton, J. A., Scranton. 

Credle, A. B.. Scranton. 

Piland, M. L.. Ocracoke. 

J. W. Mc Williams Co., Ocracoke. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL, TEACHERS. 

Raines, Arthur, Scranton. 

Massenburi:'. Miss. Scranton. 

Ethridge, Miss Eva. Scranton. 

Spencer, Miss Estelle, Scranton. 

Sadler. Miss Mollie, Scranton. 

Williams. Miss Maude, Scranton. 

Brady, Miss Susan. Scranton. 

Cudle. Miss Martha, Swan Quarter. 

McGowan, Miss Viola, Swan Quar- 
ter. 

Gaylord, Miss Eva, Swan Quarter. 

Arnola, Miss Katherine. Swan Quar- 
ter. 

Leighton, A. F., Swan Quarter. 

Leighton, Mrs. A. F., Swan Quarter. 

McCue, Miss Iola, Swan Quarter. 

White, Miss Alma, Lake Landing. 

Moore, Miss Ollie, Lake Landing. 

Rollins. Miss Lida, Middletown. 

Howell. Miss. Engelhard. 

Guthrie. Miss Rosa, Engelhard. 

Thompson. Miss Janie. Engelhard. 



Nelson, Miss Annie. Engelhard. 
Roper, G. E., Engelhard. 
Eteece, Miss Emma, Fairfield. 
Simmons, P. C, Fairfield. 
Waliab, R. S., Ocracoke. 
Williams. Miss Sophia, Ocracoke. 



SWAN QUARTER. 

Incorporated in 1903. 
Population, 1010: White, 300; col- 
ored, 25; total. 325. 

Value real estate, $1,025,314; value 
personal property, $084.9(56. 
Tax Bate: 65c. on the $100. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor — W. J. Harris. 
Postmaster — A. Berry. 
Chief of Police — J. W. Hays. 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 
Methodist— R. N. Fitts. Pastor. 
Baptist — Rev. Mr. Merrell, Pastor. 
Christian — H. S. Davenport. Pastor. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
Swan Quarter High School — A. F. 
Leighton. Principal. 

DOCTORS. 
Windley, R. E. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Windlev, R. E. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 
Berry, W. T. & Co. 
Brinn, Charles. 
Credle, Geo. V., Sr. 
Berrv, Alex. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 
Lupton, S. S. 
Harris, W. J. 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Harris, W. J. 
Brinn, Greely. 

LAWYERS. 
Mann, S. S. 
.Tones. Walter. 
Spencer, C. B. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Swindell. W. B. 
Brinn, Greely. 



IREDELL COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, STATESVILLE. 



Population: (Census 19101, 34,315. 

Formed in 1788. Named in honor of James Iredell, Associate Justice Su- 
preme Court of United States. 

Area: 650 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $5,648,788: value of personal property. $3,796,860. 

Property listed in 1911, by whites, SO. 189,874; by negroes. $255,774. 

No. of Schools: For whites, 92; for negroes. 33. 

Tax Rate: County purposes, 20c. on the S100; roads and bridges. 23c; 
State. 25c. : schools. 20c. ; jail. 5c. 

Public Roads: Worked bv taxation and convict labor. 
RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Harmony Telephone Co., assessed value $ 

Clio Telephone Co.. assessed value 

Amity Telephone Co.. assessed value 

Southern Railway. 53.20 miles, assessed value 2,081,189.00 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. assessed value.... 28.651.00 

North Carolina Midland Railroad. 4.91miles. assessed value 100,654.27 

Pullman Co.. assessed value 3-90 



750.00 

1.750.00 
525.00 



I REDELY COUNTY. 



303 



Southern Express Co.. assessed value : 10,583.23 

Mooresville Telephone Co., assessed value 6,000.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. assessed value 6,00 1 .38 

Southern Power Co.. assessed value 38,352.00 

Iredell Telephone Co., assessed value 17,500.00 

South Yadkin Telephone Co.. assessed value 57.00 

Peoples Telephone Co., assessed value 014.0!) 

Superior Court Terms: January 29th, May 20th, July 29th, October 28th. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of the Court— J. A. Hartuess, 
Statesville. 

Sheriff — J. M. Deatou, Statesville. 

Register of Deeds — J. E. Boyd, 
Statesville. 

Treasurer — W. R. Sloan. Statesville. 

Coroner — W. A. Moose, Statesville. 

Surveyor — R. F. Rives, Statesville. 

Co. Supt. of Health — A. Campbell, 
Statesville. 

Co. Supt. of Schools— L. O. White. 
Statesville. 

Supt. of County Home — J. G. 
Thompson, Barium Springs. 

Co. Board of Education — W. G. 
Nicholson, Harmony ; J. H. Hill, 
Statesville; J. L. Bradley, Mooresville. 

County Commissioners — U. E. Tur- 
ner, Mooresville; R. P. Gaither, Har- 
mony ; J. W. Haeer, Clio : N. B. 
Mills. Statesville; R. C. Little, New 
Sterling. 

County Board of Elections — \\ . JJ. 
Templeton, Mooresville; J. C. Duke, 
Statesville; R. V. Brawley, Statesville. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

P. C. Carlton, Statesville; W. H. 
Newton, Mt. Mourne; J. P. Howard, 
Robv; T. G. Wallace, Hamptonville, 
R. F. D. No. 1; S. C. Johnson, Stony 
Point, R. F. D. No. 2; J. W. Yanhoy, 
Roby, R. F. D. No. 1; G. W. Mc- 
Neely, Statesville, R. F. D. No. 1; Z. 
R. Tharpe, Net ; W. J. Morrison, 
Statesville, R. F. D. No. 3: Elwood E. 
Smith, Settle: D. W. Lowrence, 
Mooresville; W. S. Page. Cool Spring; 
S. Grose, Statesville; W. C. Wooten, 
Statesville, R. F. D. No. 2; W. H. 
Hunter, Scotts ; J. A. Stikeleather, 
Olin; 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. Y. Voils, 
Mooresville; W. W. Turner. States- 
ville: W. B. Campbell, Harmony, 
R. F. D. No. 1 ; E. A. Mathe- 
son, Troutman. R. F. I). No. 1; 
A. J. Beaver, Cool Spring; \V. F. 
Reece, Cool Spring; E. T. Goodman, 



Mooresville; S. S. Templeton, Olin, 
R. F. D. No. 1: J. A. King, States- 
ville ; A. W. Blackwelder. Troutman, 
R. F. D. No. 2; N. F. Blackwelder, 
Dunlap ; P. B. Kennedy, Houston- 
ville; N. E. Moore. New Hope; J. E. Prl- 
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 ; W. O. Davis. Olin ; E. E. 
Yates, Statesville. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

Harmony High School — Miss Belva 
Saunders'. Principal. 

Scott's High School— A. C. Sherrill, 
Principal. 

Cool Spring High School —J. E . 
Mitchell. Principal. 

Troutman High School— J. S. Mof- 
fatt, Jr., Principal. 

Femister School — J. R. Barron, 
Principal. 

Bethlehem School — Miss Anna 

Baily, 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. 

Burnes, A. B., Cleveland. 

Wilhelm, W. W., Eufola. 

Kluttz, E. E., Troutman. 

Hall. E. A., Dunlap. 

Houston, Geo. J., Mt. Mourne. 

Parks. W. P., Olin. 

Young, James, Granite Hill. 

Moore, J. T., Mayhew. 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Grose, C. A., & Bro., Harmony. 

Gaither, R. F., Harmony. 

Pressley. W. F., Stony Point, R. V. 
D. No. 1. 

Sarten, D. P., Cool Spring. 

Long. J. J., & Son. Elwood. 



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Watt, T. L.. & Co. Scotts. 
Stimpson & Steele. Turnersburg. 
Holland, W. L., Olin. 

COTTON GINS. 

Stimpson & Steele,- Turnersburg. 
Pou, E. W., Elmwood. 
Gaither, B. F., Harmony. 
FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS, 

Stimpson & Steele, Turnersburg. 
Nicholson's Mills, Nicholson's Mills 
Barron, Mrs. J. R., Mooresville. 

SAW .MILLS. 

Stimpson & Steele, Turnersburg. 
Tomlin, C. A., Olin. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Lawrence, Miss Mary, Mooresville. 

Dunlap, Miss Mabel, Mooresville. 

Morrow, Miss Lucile, Mooresville. 

Bernhardt, Miss Mary, Mooresville, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 

P.ell. Miss Cora. Mt. Mourne. 

Bost, E. B., Mooresville, B. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Brawley, V. B.. Mooresville. B. F. 

D. No. 2. 

Howard, B. C, Mooresville, B. F. D. 
No. 2. 
Murdock. Miss Pearl, Mooresville, 

E. F. D. No. 2. 

McNeelv. Mrs. Ada, Troutmans, B. 

F. D. No. 1. 

Scarborough, W. B., Troutmans, E. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Cloaninger, Miss Lou, Mooresville. 

Templeton. Miss Vennie. Moores- 
ville. 

Sharpe, Carl. Troutmans. B. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Shinn. Miss Lillian. Troutmans, E. 
F. D. No. 2. 

Stevenson. Miss Marv. Troutmans, 
E. F. D. No. 1. 

Brookshire. Miss Essie, Statesville, 

E. F. D. No. 1. 

Moffatt. J. S.. Troutmans. 
Eeid. Miss Kate. Troutmans. 
Bowe. Miss Nellie. Troutmans. 
Kennedy, Thos. A.. Troutmans, B. 

F. D. No. 1. 

Turner. Miss Laura. East Mombo. 

Troutman. ,T. Claud, Statesville, B. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Wharton, Miss Ruth. Statesville, R. 
F. D. No. 8. 

Troutman. Miss Grace. Statesville, 
R. F. D. No. 3. 

Glance. Miss Ethel, Statesville, R. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Howard, Miss Sarah, Statesville, B. 
F. D. No. 3. 

Little. Miss Annie. Statesville, E. 
F. D. No. 6. 

Summers. J. Watt. Statesville, E. 
F. D. No. 6. 

Howard, Miss Jennie, Statesville, E. 
F. D. No. 6. 

White. L. P., Stonv Point. B. F. 
D. No. 1. 



Brady, Miss Maud. Eufola, E. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Danner, Miss Ida, Eufola, E. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Privette, Clyde, Eufola. E. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Bradford, Miss Laura, Eufola, E. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Baity, Miss Anna, Statesville, E. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Steele. Miss Addie, Statesville, B. F. 
D. No. 3. 

Cochran, Miss Catherine, ' States- 
ville. 

Moore. J. P., Statesville. 

Briggs, Miss Mamie G.. Statesville. 

Barron, J. B., Statesville. 

Taylor, Miss Jennie, Statesville. 

Lausenour, Miss Mabel, Statesville. 

Howard. Miss Margaret, Statesville, 
B. F. D. No. 3. 

Mvers, Jno. B., Statesville, B. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Murdock, Miss Pearl, Elmwood, E. 
F. I). No. 1. 

Lentz. Miss Julia, Statesville, B. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Arev. Miss Beulah, Elmwood. 

Williams, T. H., Statesville, B. F. 
D. No. 1. 

Shuford, Miss Pearle, Statesville, E. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Tolbert, Miss Mattie, Statesville, E. 
F. D. No. 1. 

Mitchell. Jno. F., Cleveland. E. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Lazenbv, Miss Ara. Cleveland, E. F. 
D. No. 2. 

Summers. Miss Eobena, Cleveland, 
B. F. D. No. 2. 

Teague, Everette, Statesville, B. F. 

D. No. 7. 

White. Miss Jettie, Statesville. B. 
F D. No. 4. 

Houpe, L. B., Statesville, E. F. D. 
No. 2. 

Hicks, Miss Maggie, Dunlap. 

Dunlap, Miss Lillian, Dunlap. 

Westmoreland, Miss Leone, States- 
ville, B. F. D. No. 4. 

Marshall, Miss Gertrude, Statesville, 

E. F. D. No. 7. 

Hicks. Miss Anna, Houstonville. 
Saunders, Miss Belva. Harmony. 
Wetmore, T. B., Harmony. 
Beard, O. P., Harmony. 
Lazenby, Miss Anna, Statesville, E. 
Feimster, Miss Lessie, Harmony. 

F. D. No. 7. 

Sherrill, A. C. Scotts. 
Ervin. Lester, Scotts. 
Barnwell. Miss Mary, Scotts. 
Brown, G. P., Loray, E. F. D. No. 1. 
Watt. J. M., Loray. 
Watt. J. P. Loray. 
Herlrick, M. S.. Loray. 
Abernethv, Miss Bertha, Statesville. 
R F. D. No. 2. 



IREDELL COUNTY. 



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Morrison, W. N., Stony Point, R. 
F. D. No. 2. 

King, Miss Lucy, Statesville, R. P. 
D. No. 5. 

Sloan, Miss Edna, Statesville, R. P. 
D. No. 5. . 

Goodnight Miss Jettie. Statesville, 
R. P. D. No. 5. 

Rickert, Miss Emma, Statesville, R. 
P. D. No. 5. 

Hall, Miss Mattie R., Statesville, R. 
F. D. No. 5. 

Holland, Miss Sue, Statesville, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Wooten, C. M., Olin, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Hendren. Misg Flossie, Turnersburg. 

Crater, Merton, Olin. R. P. D. No. 1. 

Hall, A. B., Olin. 

Sharpe, W. P., Harmony. 

Sharpe, Jno. C, Harmony. 

Trivette. Nathan, Hamptonville. 

Grant. E. E., Herstonville. 

Johnson, J. R., Jennings, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Johnson, J. F., Jennings, R. F. D. 
No. 1. 

Crater, J. W., Olin, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Myers. S- K., Jennings. 

Mitchell, Chas., Jennings. 

Helper, H. C, Jennings. 

Redmond, R. C, New Hope. 

Redmond, Miss Era, New Hope. 

Reid. W. M., New Hope. 

Mayberry, R. M., New Hope. 

Fletcher, J. C, Hamptonville. 

Grose, Flake, Stony Point, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 



STATESVmLE. 

Population. 1010. 4.599. No white 
polls. 623: No. colored polls. 84. 

Value real estate. SI. 722.956; value 
personal propertv, $1,306,606.30. 

Tax Rate, $1.15 on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $180,000. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor— L. C. Caldwell. 

Chief of Police— C. TV. Conner. 

City Clerk— C. D. Moore. 

Treasurer — C. D. Moore. 

Tax Collector — W. L. Neely. 

Standard-Keeper — J. TJ. Lamprecht. 

City Attorney — D. Thompson. 

City Supt. of Health— H. F. Long. 

Postmaster — D. L. Raymer. 

R. R. Agent — B. A. Cowan, South- 
ern Railway. 

Express Asrent — V. E. Lackey, 
Southern Express Co. 

Telegraph Managers — C. J. Jones, 
Western Union ; B. W. Crowson, 
Postal-Cable Co. 

Telephone Managers — E. O. Heri- 
tage. Southern Bell Tel. &- Tel. Co.; 
"W. M. Barringer, Iredell Telephone 
Co. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

Baptist— G. W. Crutchfield. C. E. 
Mndrey, Pastors. 

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Lutheran — W. A. Lutz, Pastor. 

Methodist — Presiding Elder, L. T. 
Mann ; Harold Turner, B. F. Hargett, 
Pastors ; J. P. Hipps, Statesville Cir- 
cuit. 

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. Pas- 
ton, Principal. 
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel Iredell. 

Statesville Inn. 

St. Charles. 

Gaither House. 

Smith House. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Lazenby, W. J. 

Lester, C. H. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

First National Bank — J. C. Irvin, 
President ; E. S. Pegram, Cashier. 

Commercial National Bank — M. K. 
Steele, President; D. M. Ausley, 
Cashier. 

Merchants & Farmers Bank — L. T. 
Stimpson, President; F. B. Bunch, 
Cashier. 

BAKERS. 

Johnson, W. S. 

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. 
Mutual Building and Loan Associ- 
ation. 

BUTCHERS AND DEALERS IN 

CATTLE. 
Harbin, J. F. 
Bryant. J. E. 
Alexander Bros. 
Phifer. F. B. 
CARRIAGE DEALERS AND M'F'R'S. 
Statesville Vehicle & Harness Co. 
Henkle Live Stock Co. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Miller. W. W. 
Ruftv. D. C. 
• COTTON AND HOSIERY MILLS. 
Statesville Knitting Co. 
Bradford Hosiery Mills. 

CONFECTIONERY DEALERS. 
Karosous, A. 
Sherrill & Reese. 
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 
Lazenbv. W. J. 
Steele. T. L. 



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Morrison, D. A. 
Tomlinson, L. B. 
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Morrison, J. K (Grocery and Pro- 
duce Co.) 

Statesville Oil & Fertilizer Co. 

Cowan, J. L. 

CLOTHIERS AND MEN'S 
F