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STATE AND CITY BANK 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. 

CA, ^TAL, $1,000,000.00 : : : SURPLUS, $600,000 

WM. H. PALMER, President. 
JOHN i?. EliliETT, Vice-President. WM. M. n :,l< Vice-President. 

J. W. SINTON. Vice-President. JUIdEN H. H'lX < ts 



The North Cevroiina 

Yearbook 



1915 



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NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK 



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OF YOUR CHILDREN? 

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notice is sent to you. It must be brought to the North 
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NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK 



CO-EXECUTOR 

OR TRUSTEE 

MEANINGLESS WORDS UNLESS YOU HAVE THE BEST. 

YOUR OBJECT — To secure the happiness of your heirs by 
preserving to them the fruits of your labors. 

OBJECT ATTAINED — By naming this strong company — 
qualified as to experience and ability. 

A LITTLE BOOKLET, YOURS FOR THE ASKING. 

OLD DOMINION TRUST COMPANY 

RICHMOND, VA. 

Capital, $1,000,000.00 -:- Surplus, $1,000,000.00 

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

OF VIRGINIA. 

Organized 1871. 

Home Office, Richmond, Va. 

OLDEST— LARGEST—STRONGEST 

Southern Life Insurance Company 

Has won the hearty approval and active support of the 
people by its promptness and fair dealing during the FORTY- 
FOUR years of its operation. 

ALL CLAIMS PAID IMMEDIATELY UPON RECEIPT OF 
SATISFACTORY PROOFS OF DEATH. 

Total Payments to Policyholders 

since organization OVER $15,000,000.00 

Is paying its Policyholders OVER $1,250,000.00 Annually. 

GOOD TERRITORY FOR LIVE AGENTS. 

F. E. HALL, Supt. Ordinary Agencies, RICHMOND, VA. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK AND BUSINESS 

DIRECTORY. 



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



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Page 
Counties — 

Arranged Alphabetically 81-493 

Towns — 

See Index for Towns 3-5 

General Information — 

American Governors 75 

Annivarsaries 494-495 



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Developed Horsepower 

Electoral Vote for President in 1912.. 

Greatest Altitude in Each State 

Insurance 

Legal Holidays in North Carolina .... 
Legal Holidays in the Various States 
Manufacturers in North Carolina .... 

North Carolina Bank Statistics 

North Carolina Fairs 

North Carolina Governors 

North Carolina Signers of the Decla- 
ration of Independence 

Parcel Post Information 

Population Growth in North Carolina 
Population Growth in the United States 

Population North Carolina Towns 

Population of North Carolina by Races 
Popular Vote for President in 1912 . . . 

Public School Statistics 

Secretaries of the Navy 

Some Facts Relating to North Carolina 
Tobacco Production 

Official Vote of State. 

For Governor (1912) 

For President (1912) 62-63 

For Senator (State Primary, 1912) ... 54 

For State Officers (1912) 50-52 

For Congressman (1914) 56-58 

For and Against Constitutional Amend- 
ments (1914) 58 

For Corporation Commissioner (1914) 55-56 

For Senator (1914) 52-54 

For Solicitor (1914) 59-62 

Platforms — 

Democratic 44 

Progressive 46-50 

Republican 45-46 

Railroads — 

Milage 58 

Officials 70-73 



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Rates 

Societies and Organizations — 

Agricultural Society 

Anti-Saloon League 

Bar Association 

Bankers' Association 

Chemical Society 

Child Labor Committee 

City School Superintendents 

Colonial Dames of America 

Confederate Veterans (N. C. Division) 
Daughters of the Confederacy 



Daughters of the Revolution 

Daughters of American Revolution.. 
Democratic Executive Committee .... 

Dental Society 

Elks 

Embalmers Board 

Farmers' State Alliance 

Fireman's Association 

Farmers' Union 

Funeral Directors and Embalmers .... 

Farmers' State Convention 

Grand Army of the Republic 

Grand Lodge of Masons 

Horticultural Society 

Jr. O. U. A. M 

Just Freight Rate Association 

Knights of Pythias 

Knights Templar 

Library Association 

Library Commission 

Literary and Historical Association . . . 

Medical Association (Tri-State) 

Medical Society 

Merchants Association 

' N. C. Architectural Association 

Problems 

N. C. Committee on Rural Race 

Problems 

N. C. Conference for Social Service.... 

N. C. Live Stock Association 

N. C. Society for Metal Hygiene 

Odd Fellows 

Order of the Cincinnati 

Pharmacy, Board of 

Pharmaceutical Association 

Poultry Breeders Association 

Progressive Executive Committee 

Press Association 

Republican Executive Committee 

Royal Arcanum 

Royal Arch Masons 

Royal and Select Masters 

Sons of the Confederacy 

Sons of the Revolution 

Spanish-Americans War Veterans 

State Federation of Labor 

State Optical Society 

State Retail Jewelers Association .... 

Teachers' Assembly 

State Government — 

Executive 

Judicial 

Legislative 

North Carolina in Congress 

North Carolina National Guard 

United States Government — 

Executive 

Judicial 

- Legislative 

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THE NORTH CAROLINA TEAR BOOK. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



Page 



A .^ m College ror Hi. Colored H ice, 
( Ireensboro 



71 

Alton Apartments, The, Rocky Mount.. F 

American Hook Co., New York. X. Y. . . 53 

American National Bank, Wilmington.. 8 

Atlantic Kir., ins. Co., Raleigh 31 

Hi-vlU. C. I. . Fayetterille 39 

Bland, The Hotel, Raleigh F 

Bromo Seltzer, Baltimore, Bid B 

Cambridge, The Hotel, Rocky Mount .. F 

Carolina ami North Western Railway, 

Chester, s. C E 



Carroll, IS. R.. Raleigh Hack of Binding 

Carroll. M. J., Raleigh 12 

Christopher Engraving Company. Rich- 
mond, Va 



35 

Citizens Bank. Henderson 441-443 

Commercial National Bank, charlotte.. 26 

Commercial National Bank. Raleigh... 6 

Commercial Printing Company. Raleigh 14 

Coopers of Raleigh, Raleigh G 

East Carolina Teachers' Training School, 
Greenville 49 

Edwards and Rroughton, Raleigh 19 

Elon College, F.lon College 57 

Emerson Drug Co.. Baltimore, Md B 

Farmers and .Merchants Bank, William- 

ston 301-304 

First National Bank. Richmond, Ya. ... 10 

First National Bank. Wilson 4S2-4S6 

Gaston, The Hotel, New Bern F 

Cinn and Co., New Y'ork, N. Y 55 

Horner Military School, Charlotte .... 59 

Hunter & Bro., Carey J., Raleigh 27 

Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Co., 

Greensboro 32 

Johnson Publishing Co., B. F., Rich- 
mond, Y r a 51 

King's Business College, Raleigh and 

Charlotte 7-23 and 444-451 



Life Insurance Company of Virginia. 
Richmond, Va 

Louise, The Hotel, Washington 



McCrary Company, The J. B., Atlanta. 
Ga 11 

McDonald, C. C, Raleigh, Bottom Front Cover. 

Mechanics Savings Bank, Raleigh 20 

National Bank of Commerce, Norfolk, 

Ya 17 



National Hank, The, New Bern 



Page 
18 



National State and City Bank, Rich- 
mond, Y'a Top Front Cover. 

New Bern Hanking & Trust Co., New 
Bern 169-173 

New , and Observer, Raleigh 496 

Norfolk National Bank, The, Norfolk, 
Va 15 

Norfolk Southern Railway, Norfolk, Va. . 33 

Normal & Collegiate Institute, Asheville 45 

North Carolina College of Agriculture 



and Mechanic Arts, West Raleigh 

North Carolina State Normal and In- 
dustrial College, Greensboro 



63 



Old Dominion Trust Company, Rich- 
mond, Y r a 



Parker. Surry. Pinetown E 

Peace Institute, Raleigh 65 

Planters National Bank, Richmond, Y'a. 7 

Raleigh Iron Works, Raleigh 444 

Raleigh Motor Car & Machine Company, 

Raleigh '. Side Front Cover 

Richmond Trust and Savings Company. 

Richmond, Y'a F 

Ricks. The Hotel, Rocky Mount F 

Saint Mary's School, Raleigh 67 

Simpson. Frank B. , Raleigh 29 

Southern Railway, Washington, D. C. . . 69 

Southern School Supply Company, 
Raleigh 



21 
30 



G 

24 



Southgate & Son, J., Durham 

State Fair, Great North Carolina, Ral- 
eigh 

Storr Company. H. S. , Raleigh 

Summers Letterwriting Company, Dur- 
ham 37 

Sydnor and Hundley, Inc., Richmond, 

Va c 

Sydnor Pump and Well Company, 

Richmond, Y'a 25 

Thompson Publishing Company, Raleigh 23 

Thomson, Frank K. , Raleigh 2S 

Trinity College, Durham 61 

Trinity Park School, Durham 61 

Tyree, Raleigh 5 

University of North Carolina, Chapel 

Hill 43 



Uzzell and Co., E. M., Raleigh G 

Yirginia Carolina Chemical Company. 

Richmond Va Back Cover 

Y'irginia Trust Company, Richmond, Y'a. C 

Wachovia Bank and Trust Company, 

Winston-Salem 9 

Wake County Savings Bank, Raleigh.. 22 

Wilson Sanatorium. Wilson 483 

Wright, Hotel, Raleigh 41 

Y'arborough. Hotel, Raleigh 13 

Y'ork, C. V. . Raleigh 16 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 



INDEX TO CITIES AND TOWNS. 



TOWN PAGE 

A 

Abbottsburg 113 

Aberdeen 330 

Acme 169 

Advance 190 

Aboskie 263 

Albemarle 421 

Andrews 154 

Angler 255 

Ansonvilla 95 

Apex 460 

Archdale 384 

Arthur 375 

Asheboro 380 

Ashevllle 119 

Aulander 1 109 

Aurora 104 

Autryville 415 

Ayden 372 

B 

Bailey 338 

Bakersville 323 

Banner Elk 471 

Bath 106 

Battleboro 205 

Bayboro 355 

Beaufort 139 

Belhaven 105 

Belmont 222 

Benson 283 

Bessemer City 223 

Bethel 372 

Big Lick 423 

Biltmore 124 

Biscoe 325 

Black Creek 488 

Black Mountain 123 

Bladenboro 113 

Blowing Rock 470 

Boardman 167 

Bolivia 116 

Bonlee 152 

Boone 470 

Boonville 490 

Brevard 435 

Bridgeton 173 

Broadway 288 

Brookford 149 

Bryson City 433 

Buies 395 

Buies Creek 255 

Bunn 217 

Burgaw 361 

Burlington 84 

Burnsville 492 

C 

Cameron 330 

Candor 326 

Canton 258 

Caroleen 410 

Carthage 328 

Cary 459 

Castalia 335 

Catawba 148 

Cerro Gordo 168 

Chadbourn 168 

Chapel Hill 352 

Charlotte .' 311 

Cherryville 221 

China Grove 406 

Claremont 148 

Clarkton 114 

Clayton 281 

Cleveland 406 

Clinton 414 



TOWN PAGE 

Clyde 258 

Coats 255 

Colerain liti 

Collettsville I3t; 

Columbia 4^6 

Columbus 37fi 

Concord 12:1 

Conetoe 205 

Conovep 14s 

Conway 346 

Council 114 

Cove City 173 

Creedmoor 2.x 1 

Creswell 46K 

Culberson 155 

Cumberland 17s 

D 

Dallas 22:; 

Danhury 421; 

Davidson 319 

Denton 1S7 

Denver 296 

Dillsboro 275 

Dobson 4311 

Dover 172 

Draper • 398 

Dudley 478 

Duke 254 

Dunn 253 

Durham 197 

E 

East Bend 491 

Edenton 156 

Edward 106 

Elizabeth City 357 

Elizabeth town 113 

Elkin 431 

Elk Park 101 

Ellenboro 410 

Elm City 4S7 

Elon College 87 

Enfield 246 

P 

Fair Bluff 167 

Fairmont 392 

Faison 193 

Faith 4ii7 

Falkland 372 

Farmville 373 

Fayetteville 175 

Forest City 411 

Forestville 459 

Fountain 373 

Four Oaks 280 

Franklin 298 

Franklinton 217 

Fremont 477 

Fuquay Springs 462 

G 

Garland 416 

Garner 45S 

Garysburg 344 

Gastonla 219 

Gatesville 22r, 

Germanton 426 

Gibson 419 

Cilisonville 241 

Glen Alpine 127 

Glendon 33 1 

Glenwood 308 

Gold Hill 407 

Cold Point 304 

Goldsboro 473 

Graham 82 

Granite Falls 135 

Granite Quary 40" 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YL'AR HOOK. 



town. 
c [n ensboro . . . . 

G ■■ 1 1 u - 

Grifton 

Grlmesland 

t 

Guilford College 



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Halifax 

Hamlet 

Hamilton .... 
Harrellsvllle 
Han River .. 

villi- . . . 

Hazelwood 

Hi-nil) 

Hi Qderson . . . 
Henderson vllle 

Hertford 

Hickory , 

Hiddenite 

Highlands . . . . 
High Point ... 
Hilderbran ... 

Hillsbot 

Hobgood 

Hoffman 

I Lilly Springs 
Hope Mills ... 
Hookrrton 

I I (it Springs 
Huntersville . . 



Ingold 

Jackson 

Jackson Springs 
Jacksonville 
Jamestown . . . . 

Jamesville 

Jefferson 

Jonesboro 



Kelford 

Kenansvllle 

Kenly 

Kcmersvllle 

Keyset 

King 

Kings Mountain. 

Kinston 

Kittrell 



La Grange . . . 

Lasher 

Lattimore . 

Laurinburg 
I.awndale .... 
Leaksville 

Lenoir 

Lewiston 

Lexington 

Liberty 

Lilesville 

Lillington 

Lincolnton 

Littleton 

Locust 

Louisburg 

Lowell 

Lucama 

Lumberton 
Lumber Bridge 
Lynn 



M 



Macclesfield . . 

Macon 

Madison 

Magnolia 

Maiden 

Manly 

Manteo 

Margarettsville 



AGE. 
233 
369 
374 

164 
244 

246 

us: 
304 
264 

84 
158 
258 

I 

142 
260 
363 
146 
89 
298 
241 
127 
351 
247 
387 
462 
17S 
232 
301 
321 

416 

344 
331 
348 
244 
304 
99 
288 

111 

192 
280 
212 
331 
427 
162 
290 
443 

292 
345 
163 
418 
164 
401 
134 
111 
1S4 
382 
96 
253 
295 
247 
423 
214 
224 
488 
390 
393 
377 

205 
465 
399 
193 
149 
332 
181 
345 



TOWN. 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mars Hill 

Marshville 

Matthews 

Mayodan 

Maysville 

Maxton 

McAdenvUle 

McDonald 

McKarlan 

Mebane 

Micro 

Middlcburg 

Milton 

Mineral Springs 

Mil. .capolis 

Mocksvillo 

Moncure 

Monroe 

Montezuma 

Mooresboro 

Mooresville 

Morganton 

Morehead City . 

Moorisville 

Morven 

Mount Airy 

Mt. Uilead 

Mt. Holly 

Mt. Olive 

Mt. Pleasant ... 
Murfreesboro . . . 
Murphy 



Nashville 

Nebo 

New Bern 

New Hill 

Newland 

New London .... 

Newton 

Newport 

Norlina 

North Wilkesboro 
Norwood 



N 



Oak City , 
Oak Ridge 
Old Fort . . 
Oriental . . . 
Oxford 



Pactolus 

Palmyra 

Pantego 

Parmele 

Peachland .... 

Pembroke 

Pendleton 

Pikeville 

Pilot Mountain 
Pine Hurst . . . 
Pine Level . . . 

Pinetops 

Pinetown 

Pineville 

Pink Hill 

Pinnacle 

Pittsboro 

Plymouth 

Polkton 

Pollocksville . . . 

Princeton 

Proctor 



Raeford .... 

Raleigh 

Ramseur . . . 
Randleman . 
Red Springs 
Reidsvllle . . 
Rennert .... 



PAGE. 

307 
300 
301 
44U 
320 
398 
285 
394 
223 
395 
95 
86 
2S2 
444 
143 
440 
323 
189 
152 
438 
101 
164 
271 
126 
140 
459 
95 
429 
326 
224 
478 
132 
264 
154 

334 
308 
170 
461 
100 
423 
145 
141 
466 
482 
422 

304 
244 
306 
355 
229 

374 

247 
106 
305 

94 
395 
345 
479 
431 
332 
282 
205 
106 
321 
290 
426 
151 
467 

96 
285 
283 
434 

265 
448 
383 
382 
393 
399 
395 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK. 



PHOTOGRAPHER 

to 

North Carolina's 

Distinguished People 




ALEiGH.N.C. 



TOWN PAGE 

Richland 349 

Richfield 422 

Rich Square 345 

Ridgeway 466 

Roanoke Rapids 247 

Robbinsvilld 227 

Roberdel 3g7 

Robersonviile 303 

Rockford 432 

Rockingham 385 

Rockwell ' 407 

Rocky Mount 335 

Rocky Point 362 

Rolesville 459 

Roper 468 

Roseboro 416 

Rose Hill 194 

Rosman 435 

Rowland 394 

Roxboro 365 

Roxobel 110 

Rutherford College 127 

Rutherfordton 406 

S' 

Salisbury 403 

Saluda 377 

Sanford 287 

Saratoga 488 

Scotland Neck \ 248 

Seaboard 346 

Selma 280 

Severn 346 

Shallotte 117 

Shelby 161 

Siler City 151 

Smithfleld 278 

Snow Hill 232 

Southern Pines 331 

South Creek 107 

South Mills 137 

Southport 116 

Sparta 91 

Speed 206 

Spencer 405 

Spray 398 

Spring Hope 337 

Stanley 224 

Star 326 

Statesville 269 

Stokes 374 

Stokesdale 244 

Stoneville 400 

Stonewall 356 

Stony Point 89 

St. Pauls 395 

Swansboro 349 

Swain Quarter 267 

Sylva 274 

T 

Tabor 168 

Tarboro 203 

Taylorsville 89 

Teacheys 194 



TOWN PAGE 

Thomasville 1 ai 

Tillery ....'.'.'..'.'.'. 249 

Trenton 285 

Trinity 332 

Troutman 27" 

Troy '.'.'..'.'. 325 

TTon 376 

Turkey 4i e 

U 

Union 264 

V 

Vanceboro 172 

Vandemere . . . . . 356 

Vass 332 

Vaughan 466 

W 

Waco 164 

Wadesboro 93 

Wagram ' ' 419 

Wakefield ..'.".'!".'! 459 

Wake Forest . . . 463 

Wallace 193 

Walnut 301 

Walnut Cove 426 

Warsaw '.'.'.'.'. 194 

Warrenton 464 

Washington 103 

WaxJiaw ] 439 

Waynesville 257 

Weaverville 124 

Webster 274 

Weldon 250 

Wendell \ ] . . 460 

Wentworth 398 

Whitakers ' 206 

White Hall 479 

Whiteville 166 

Whittier 275 

Wilbaiiks 488 

Wilkesboro 481 

Williams 490 

Williamston 302 

Wilmington 339 

Wilson 485 

Wilson's Mills 280 

Windsor 109 

Winf all 364 

Wingate -1 1 

Winston-Salem 2ns 

Winterville 374 

Winton 263 

Wise 466 

Woodland :mi; 

Woodville ill 

Worthville 383 

Y 

Yadkin College is: 

Yadkinrille 490 

Yancey ville ] I , : 

Youngsville 'J 1 1 ; 

Z 

Zebulon 46] 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YKAK HOOK 



STRONG ^ ^ PROGRESSIVE 



To Corporations, Firms, and Individuals — 

WHETHER vol ARE IN RALEIGH OR ELSEWHERE 
IN nils STATE OR OUT OF THE STATE: 

The Commercial National Bank 

OF RALEIGH, N. C. 

With its ample Capital and Resources offers you its 
services which cover every branch of legitimate banking; 

Its Commercial Department for your checking account to 
carry on your business affairs; 

Its Saving Department for your saving account, to draw 
4 per cent compounded, quarterly; 

Its Foreign Department issues exchange payable in any 
country for transfer of funds or tourist travel; 

Its Safe-Deposit vault for your valuable documents and 
securities, is impregnable against burglars and fire. Box 
rental charges are low and you carry your own key. 

Etc., Etc., Etc. 



THE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE 



OFFICERS: 

B. S. JERMAN, President. 

ALF. A. THOMPSON, Vice-President. 

E. B. CROW, Cashier. 

A. P. BAUMAN, Asst. Cashier. 



Capital, $300,000.00 :-: Resources, $2,500,000.00 



STATE GOVERNMENT— EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



Planters National Bank 



RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



SURPLUS AND PROFITS $1,550,000.00 

CAPITAL 300,000.00 

DEPOSITS 7,000,000.00 



ACCOUNTS OF BANKS, CORPORATIONS AND 
INDIVIDUALS SOLICITED 



JAMES N. BOYD, President 
RICHARD H. SMITH, Vice-President and Cashier 
J. J. MONTAGUE, Vice-Pres. CONWAY H. GORDON, Asst. Cashier 

R. LATIMER GORDON, Asst. Cashier. D. V. MORTON. Asst. Cashier 



STATE GOVERNMENT— EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



GOVERNOR — Locke Craig, of Buncombe. 

LIEUT-GOVERNOR— E. L. Daughtridge, of 
Edgecombe. 

PRIVATE SECRETARY TO GOVERNOR— 
J. P. Kerr, of Buncombe. 

EXECUTIVE CLERK— May F. Jones, Bun- 
combe. 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY— Jos. J. Mackey, 
Jr. 

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

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

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

AUTOMOBILE CLERK— Joseph E. Sawyer, 
of Wake. 

STENOGRAPHER— Miss Minnie Bagwell, of 
Wake. 

STENOGRAPHER— Miss Virginia D. Tay- 
lor, of Wake. 

STATE TREASURER— Benj. R. Lacy, of 
Wi-ke * 

CHIEF CLERK, TREASURY DEPARTMENT 
— W. F. Moody, of Mecklenburg. 

CLERK FOR INSTITUTIONS— W. W. New- 
man, of Wake. 

TELLER— A. H. Arrington, of Nash. 

STENOGRAPHER AND CORPORATION 
CLERK— Miss Eva Waters, of Lenoir. 

STATE AUDITOR— W. P. Wood, of Ran- 
dolph. 

CLERK TO AUDITOR— E. H. Baker, of 
Franklin. 

TAX CLERK— Baxter Durham, of Wake. 

PENSION CLERK AND STENOGRAPHER 



of 



—.Mrs. F. W. Smith, of Wake. 

ATTORNEY- GENERAL— T. W. Bickett 
Franklin. 

ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL— T. H. 
Calvert, of Wake. 

STENOGRAPHER— Mrs. Hattie Gay, Wayne 
County. 

CLERK AND STENOGRAPHER— Miss Sarah 
Burkhead, of Columbus. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUC- 
TION— J. Y. Joyner. of Guilford. 

CHIEF CLERK— C. E.. Mcintosh, of Lincoln. 

CLERK AND STENOGRAPHER— Miss Annie 
Travis. 

SPECIAL CLERIC FOR LOAN FUND AND 
STATISTICAL SECRETARY— A. s. Brower. 

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

SUPERVISOR OF TEACHER TRAINING— 
E. E. Sams. 

SUPERVISOR OR ELEMENTARY PUBLIC 
SCHOOLS— L. C Brogden. 

ASSOCIATE SUPERVISOR OK ELEMENT- 
ARY SCHOOLS — N. C. Newbold, of Beaufort. 

AGENT AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION— T. 
E. Browne, of Hertford. 

SECRETARY TO CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE 
— S. S. Alderman, of Guilford. 

ADJUTANT-GENERAL — Lawrence W- Young 

ASST. ADJUTANT GENERAL Cordon 
Smith. 

CHIEF OF ORDNANCE— T. R. Robertson, 
of Mecklenburg. 

STATE LIBRARIAN— M. O. Sberrlll. of 
f"" 1 n t *i \v \\ i 

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN— Miss Carrie E. 



KING'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 



CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.00 



PULLEN BUILDING 

RALEIGH, N. C. 



(INCORPORATED) 
CAPITAL CITY 
PHONE 254. 

J. H. KING. Pres. 



STATE GOVERNMENT EXEC! Tivi: DEPARTMENT 



AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

Capital and Surplus $ 300,000.00 

Assets 3,000,000.00 

EVERY FACILITY IN COMMERCIAL. DEPARTMENT. 
4 PER CENT IN SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. 

OFFICERS. 

THOS. E. COOPER, President. 

C. E. BETHEA, Cashier. 

E. FRED BANCK, Asst. Cashier. 



GEO. O. GAYEORD, Vice-Pres. 
\V. C. DENNY, Asst. Cashier. 



Hattie Gay, of 



Broughton. of Wake. 

STENOGRAPHER— Mra 
Wayni . 

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

ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER— Geo. B. Jus- 
tice, of Rutherford. 

STENOGRAPHER — Miss Daisy Thompson, of 
Wake 

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER— James R- 
fount?, of Vance. 

SUPT. OF PUBLIC BUILDING AND 
GROUNDS— C. C. Cherry. Edgecombe. 

DEPUTE COMMISSIONER— S. W. Wade. 

DEPUTY COMMISSIONER AND ACTUARY 
— W. J. Cameron. 

CHIEF CLERK AND ACCOUNTANT— S. J 
Campbell, 

LICENSE CLERK— A. H. Yearby. 

CASHIER AND STENOGRAPHER— Ida 
Montgomery. 

STENOGRAPHER— Eva Powell. 

DEP1 TY AND FIRE MARSHAL— Capt. W. 
A Scott. 

DEPl TY AND FIRE MARSHAL— Capt. F. 
M. Jordan. 

DEPITY AND INSPECTOR— Capt. Sher- 
wood Brockwell. 

STATE STANDARD KEEPER— T. F. Brock- 
well, of Wake. 

STATE PRINTERS— E. M. Uzzell and Ed- 
wards & Broughton Printing Co., of Wake. 

BOARD OF INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS 

Members of the board are appointed by the 
Governor. 
Alexander Webb, Raleigh. 
Geo. W. Monticastle, Lexington. 
Jno. P. Kerr, Secretary ex officio. 

GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL. 

.Secretary of State. Treasurer, Auditor, and 
Superintendent of Public Instruction, and At- 
torney-General ex officio legal adviser Execu- 
tive Department. 

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

The Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, Secre- 
tary of State, Auditor, Treasurer, Superinten- 
dent of Tublic Instruction ajid Attorney-General. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND 
GROUNDS. 

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

STATE BOARD OF PENSIONS. 

The Governor, Auditor and Attorney-General. 



COUNTY BOARD OF PENSIONS. 

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

CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

E. L. Travis, of Halifax, (Chm'n, Secy Ex- 
Offlcio. 

W. T. Lee, of Haywood. 

George P. Pell, of Forsyth. 

A. J. Maxwell, of Craven, Clerk. 

Miss Elsie G. Riddick, of Gates, First As- 
sistant Clerk. 

Miss Meta Adams, of Haywood, Second 
Assistant Clerk. 

J. S. Grifln, of Guilford, Assistant Cler. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC CHARITIES. 

William A. Blair, (Chm'n.), Winston- Salem. 

Carey J. Hunter, Faleigh. 

A. C. McAllster, Asheboro. 

Miss Daisy Denson, Raleigh, Secretary. 

Chas. W. Home, Clayton. 

J. A. McAuley, Mt. Gilead. 

Office in the Capitol. 

NORTH CAROLINA GEOLOGICAL BOARD. 

Geological Board — Governor Locke Craig, ex 
officio chairman, Buncombe; F. R. Hewitt, 
Buncombe; Hugh MacRae, New Hanover; 
Henry E. Fries, Forsyth; William H. William- 
son, Wake. 

State Geologist — Dr. Joseph Hyde Pratt, 
Chapel Hill. 

Forester— J. S. Holmes, Chapel Hill. 

Highway Engineers— W. S. Fallis, T. F. 
Hickerson, D. Tucker Brown, Ira B. Mullis, R. 
E. Snowden, J. C. M. Valentine, J. B. Cling- 
man. Collier Cobb, Jr., R. T. Brown, B. L. 
Field, H. Hocutt, Sam D. Scott. 

Secretary and Statistician — Miss H. M. Ber- 
ry, Chapel Hill. 

STATE BOARD OF SCHOOL EXAMINERS. 

J. Y. Joyner, (chm'n. ex. officio), Raleigh. 

C. E. Mcintosh, (Sec), Raleigh. 

N. W. Walker, Chapel Hill. 

Wm. A. Graham, Warrenton. 

Z. V. Judd. Raleigh. 

H. E. Austin, Greenville. 

STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. 

J. Howell Way, M.D., Pres., Waynesville. 
Chas. O'H. Laughinghouse, M.D., Greenville. 
Thos. E. Anderson, M.D., Statesville. 
W. O. Spencer, M.D., Winston-Salem. 
Edw. J. Wood, M. D., Wilmington. 
A. A. Kent, M. D., Lenoir. 



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including a saving department, we sell insurance and bonds 
of all kinds, and have a well equipped Trust Department, 
acting as Executor, Administrator, Guardian, Trustee, and 
other trust capacities. Write us for information. 

F. H. Fries, President. 
Jas. A. Gray, Vice-President. T. S. Morison, Vice-President. 

H. F. Shaffner, Vice-President. Jas. A. Gray, Jr., Treasurer. 

A. H. Eller, Secretary & Trust Officer. 

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Cyrus Thompson, M. D., Jacksonville. 

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

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

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

Warren H. Booker, C. E., Chief Bureau of 
Engineering and Education, Raleigh. 

W. P. Jacocks. M. D., Assistant Secretary 
for Eradication of Hookworm Disease, Raleigh. 
Eradication of Hookworm Disease, Raleigh. 

J. R. Gordon, M. D., Raeigh, Chief of the 
Bureau of Vital Statistics. 

Miss Mary Robinson, Raleigh, Shief of Bu- 
reau of Accounting. 

L. B. McBrayer, M. D.. Sanatorium, Supt. 
of the State Sanatorium for the Treatment of 
Tuberculosis. 

C. A. Shore, M.D., Director State Laboratory 
of Hygiene, Raleigh. 

BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS. 

President— J. F. Highsmith, Fayetteville. 

Secretary — H. A. Royster, Raleigh. 

C. T. Harper, Wilmington; J. G. Blount, 
Washington; J. Q. Myers, Charlotte; I. M. Tay- 
lor, Morganton; L. M. Stevens, Asheville. 

STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 

Major W. A. Graham, Commissioner, (ex 
officio Chm'n), Raleigh. 

First District — F. P. Latham, Belhaven. 

Second District — K. W. Barnes, Lucama. 

Third District — R. L. Woodard, Pamilico. 

Fourth District — Clarence Poe, Raleigh. 

Fifth District— R. W. Scott, Haw River. 

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

Seventh District— C. C. Wright, Hunting 

Eighth District— William Bledsoe. Gale. 
Ninth District— W. J. Shuford, Hickory- 



Tenth District — A. Cannon, Horse Shoe. 
Executive Office. 

Commissioner — W. A. Graham. 

Secretary and Purchasing Agent — Elias Carr. 

Bookkeeper and Private Secretary — Miss s. I>. 
Jones. 

Bulletin Supt.— D. G. Conn. 

State Chemist — B. W. Kilgore. 

Feed Chemist — J. M. Pickel. 

Fertilizer Chemist — W. G. Haywood. 

Assistant Chemist — J. Q. Jackson. 

Assistant Chemist — J. R. Mullen. 

Assistant Chemist — E. S. Dewar. 

Assistant Chemist — -Badger Hart. 

Assistant Test Farm Director — It. W. Collett. 

Clerk and Stenographer — Miss M. S. Bird- 
song. 

Clerk and Stenographer — J. F. Hatch. 

Agronomist in Soils — W. F. Pate. 

Soil Survey — L. L. Brinkley. 

Soil Survey — S. O. Perkins. 

Soil Survey— R. C. Jurney. 

Curator — H. H. Brimley. 

Assistant — T. W. Adickes. 

Usher — Miss Annie Lewis. 

OFFICERS AND EMPLOYERS 
Veterinary Division 
Veterinarian — B. B. Flowe. 
Assistant — H. P. Flowe 
Assistant — E. W. Thornton. 
Assistant — E. G. Hargett. 
Stenographer — Miss Mary Knight. 

Animal Industry Division. 
Chief of Animal Industry— Dan T. Gray. 
Assistant — L. W. Shook. 
Dairy Field Work— Alvin J. Beid. 
Assistant — J. Stanley Combs. 
Dairy Experimentation — W. It. Eaton. 
Assistant — R. W. Fletcher. 
Stenographer — Miss Annie Duckett. 



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Division of Entomology. 
1-1 I r.mkiiii Sherman, Jr. 
Field Work— S. C. Clapp. 

Division of Horticulture. 
Horticulturist— W. N. liutt. 

, — R. G. Hill 
Stenographer — Miss Maud Olds. 

Food and Oil Division. 
Pure Food and oil Chemist — \V. M. Allen. 
Assistant — C. E. Bell. 
Assistant — L. 15. Rhodes. 
Oil Clerk— Geo. Little. 

i.ographer — Miss S. G. Allen. 

Division Farmers' Institutes. 
Director Institutes -T. is. Parker. 
Assistant — it. L. .Sloan. 
Assistant — Miss Carrie lludgins. 
Clerk and Stenographer — Miss M. 11. 
Simmon. 

Botany and Agronomy. 
Botany and Agronomy — J. L. Burgess. 
Assistant — C. H. Waldron. 
Assistant, Seed Laboratory' — Miss S. 
Allen. 

Assistant, Bacteriological Laboratory — Miss 
Louise Kademacher. 

Cooperative Demonstration. 
*Siate Demonstration Agent — C. it. Hudson. 

Girl's Demonstration Work. 
.In Charge Girl's Demonstration Work — Mrs. 
Jane E. McKimmon. 

'Assistant — Miss Margaret Scott. 
Cierk — Miss Mabel Howell. 

Tobacco Work. 
Tobacco Work — E. G. Moss. 

Drainage Work. 
Drainage Work — F. It. Baker. 

Division of Agronomy. 
Agronomist — C. B. Williams. 
Soil Chemist — J. K. Pluimuer. 
Assistant (.. M Garren. 
Assistant — E. C. Blair. 

Division of Co-Operative Marketing. 

i'i', I alive Marketing — W. 14. Camp. 
Boys Corn Club Work. 
Director- T. E. Brown. 
Assistant — a. K. Robertson. 
'Assigned by the Bureau of Animal Industry, 
United States Department of Agriculture. 

"•"In cooperation with Bureau of Plant In- 
dustry, United States Department of Agricul- 
ture. 



STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS. 

Wilson G. Lamb, (Chm'n.), Williamston. 
Capt. J. W. Pass, YadkiuvUle. 
J. E. Underwood, Fayetteville 
Clarence Call, Wilkes boro. 
W. J. Davis, Hendersonville. 

DIRECTORS STATE'S PRISON. 

H. B. Varner, Chairman, Lexington. 

Thomas Uillam, Windsor. 

Kichard M. Chatham, Elkin. 

N. E. Edgerton, Selma. 

K. H. Buckingham, Fayetteville. 

STATE INSTITUTIONS. 

THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 
— Chapel Hill, Edward Kidder Graham, Pres. 

NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE OF AGRI- 
CULTURE AND MECHANIC ARTS— Raleigh ; 
Daniel Harvey Hill, Pres. 

NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL EX- 
PERIMENT STATION— Raleigh; C. B. Wil- 
liams, Director. 

THE STATE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL 
COLLEGE — Greensboro; J. I. Foust, Pres. 

EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS' TRAIN- 
ING SCHOOL — Greenville; R. H. Wright. Pres. 

NORTH CAROLINA INSTITUTION FOR 
DEAF, DUMB AND BLIND— Raleigh; John 
E. Ray, A.M., Prin. 

CULLOWHEE NORMAL SCHOOL— Cullo- 
whee; A. C. Reynolds, Prin. 

APPALACHIAN TRAINING SCHOOL— 
Boone; B. B. Dougherty, Prin. 

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

CENTRAL HOSPITAL— Dr. Albert Anderson, 
Supt., Raleigh. 

THE STATE HOSPITAL— Morganton ; Jno. 
MeCampbell, M.D., Supt. 

THE STATE HOSPITAL— Golsboro; W. W. 
Faison, M.D., Supt. 

CENTRAL PRISON— Raleigh; J. S. Mann, 
Supt. 

OXFORD ORPHAN ASYLUM— Oxford ; un- 
der auspices of Grand Lodge of Masons; R. L. 
Brown, Supt. (Partly supported by the State.) 

STATE SANITARIUM FOR THE TREAT- 
MENT OF TUBE KC FLOS IS— Montrose; un- 
der direction of State Board of Health, Dr. 
L. B. McBrayer, Supt. 



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LEGE FOR THE COLORED RACE— Greens- 
boro; James B. Dudley, Pres. 

DIRECTORS NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD 
COMPANY. 

J. M. Allen, Louisburg. 

W. T. Brown, Winston-Salem. 

.las. E. Carraway, Waynesville. 

J. P. Cook, Secretary & Treasurer, Concord. 

J. Q. Gilkey, Marlon. 

John C. Parker, Trenton. 

Robt. nalrston, State's Proxy, Reidsville. 

L. Banks Holt, Graham. 

C. S. Torulin, Statesville. 

W. H. Wood, Charlotte. 

Jno. P. Yount, Newton. 



DIRECTORS A. &. N. C. RAILROAD. 

R. \V. Taylor. Carteret. 
T. <;. Hyman, Craven. 
C. B. Foy, ('raven. 
II. II. Grainger, Lenoir. 
John F. Sprague, Wake. 
K. E. Sutton, Lenoir. 
C. S. Weaken, Pamlico. 
Frank (iough, Robeson. 
T. W. Slocumb, Sec'y-Treas. 

F. W. Hargett, State's Proxy. 

STATE BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY 
J. D. Hightower, Greensboro. 
M. R. Lynch, High Point. 

G. G. Scott, Charlotte. 
J. J. Bernard, Raleigh. 

OYSTER COMMISSION. 

II. L. Gibbs, Oriental. 
Jno. A. Nelson, Gloucester. 

THE NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL FOR THE 
FEEBLE MINDED, KINSTON. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES— Hon. J. Y. Joy- 
ner, Raleigh; Dr. Ira M. Hardy, Secretary, 
Kinston: Or. R. N. Cartwright, Fairfield; Dr. 
A A. Kent. Lenoir; Dr. L. B. McBrayer, 
Asheville; Hon. .7. R. Baggett, LiUington; Hup.. 
W. A. Thompson, Aurora; Hon. R. E. Austin, 
Albemarle; Mr. J. B. Dawson, Kinston; Dr. W. 
II. Dixon. Ayden; Col. A. C Davis, Golds- 
boro. 



DIRECTORS STATE NORMAL AND INDUS- 
TRIAL COLLEGE AT GREENSBORO. 

•I. Y. Joyner, (Chm'n. ex officio), Raleigh. 

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

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

Third District — Joe Rosenthal, Goldsboro. 

Fourth District — Edward E. Britton, Raleigh. 

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

Sixth District — Walker Taylor, Wilmington. 

Seventh District T. B. Bailey, Mocksvillti 

Eighth District — J. L. Nelson, Lenoir. 

Ninth District — C. H. Mebane, Newton. 

Tenth District — J. D. Murphy, Asheville 

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■Teachers' training school at 

greenville. 

Robert H. Wright. Pies., Greenville. 

T. J. Jarvis, Greenville. 

J. B. Leigh, Elizabeth City. 

A. McDowell, Scotland Neck. 

J. C. Parker, Trenton. 

Y. T. Ormond, Kinston. 

J. R. Bannerman, Burgaw. 

R. B. White, Franklinton. 

J. O. Carr, Wilmington. 

J. Y. Joyner, Raleigh. 

Officers of the Board. 
J. Y. Joyner, (Chm'n. ex officio). State Supt. 
of Public Instruction. 
C W. Wilson. Sec. 

DIRECTORS D., D. AND B. INSTITUTION, 
RALEIGH. 

J. E. Pogue, (Chm'n.), Raleigh. 

W. B. Cole, Rockingham. 

H. H. McLendon, Wadesboro. 

J. T. Alderman, Henderson. 

R. B. Boyd, Warrenton. 

J. T. Nichols, Windsor. 

J. T. Rowland, Raleigh. 

J. T. Finley, Wilkesboro. 

C. M. Wilson, Wilsons Mill. 

G. E. Lineberry, Raleigh. 

Archibald Johnson, Thomasville. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES A. AND M. 
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M. B. Stickley. Concord. 



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T. T. Ballenger, Tryon. 
0. L. Clark. Clarkton. 
Everett Thompson, Elizabeth City. 
. R H. Ricks, Rocky Mount. 
O. Max Gardner, Shelby. 
M. L. Reed, Biltmore. 
T. T. Thome, Rocky Mount. 

C. W. Gold. Greensboro. 
T. E. Vann, Como. 

W. E. Daniel, Weldori. 

W. H. Ragan, High Point. 

W. B. Cooper, Wilmington. 

J. P. McRae, Laurinburg. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— W. H. Ragan, 
(Chm'n): C. W. Gold, (Sect.); R. H. Ricks. 
M. B. Strickley. 

DIRECTORS OF THE SCHOOL FOR THE 
D. AND D. AT M0RGANT0N. 

Dr. J. H. Mock, Thomasville. 
A. C. Miller, Shelby. 
J. P. Jeter, Morganton. 
W. W. Neal, Morganton. 
W. R. Whitson, Asheville. 
J. L. Scott, Jr.. Burlington. 

DIRECTORS STATE HOSPITAL, RALEIGH. 

PRESIDENT — E. F. Aydlett, Pasquotank. 
R. H. Stancell, M. D., Northampton. 
S. G. Daniel, Warren. 
W. H. Williams, Beaufort. 

D. A. McDonald, Moore. 

E. G. Moore, M. D., Wilson. 
C. A. Woodard, Durham. 
Jos. G. Brown. Wake. 

A. B. Croom, Jr., Pender. 

DIRECTORS STATE HOSPITAL AT MOR- 
GANTON. 

Dr. L. N. Glenn, Gastonia. 



I. I. Davis, Morganton, Pres. 

J. P. Sawyer, Asheville. 

Dr. Jno. E. S. Davidson. 

A A. Shuford, Hickory. 

Hi R. Clark, Statesville. 

F. P. Alspaugh, Winston-Salem. * 

C. P. Matheson, Taylorsville. 

DIRECTORS STATE HOSPITAL AT GOLDS- 
BORO. 

Dr. W. E. Headen, Pres.. Carteret 

W. L. Hill, Warsaw. 

F. B. McKinnie, Princeton. 

Dr. J. T. Hoggard, Atkinson. 

.7. C. Cromartie, Garland. 

J. A. Beaman, Sampson. 

J. G. Anderson, Snow Hill. 

F. W. Habel, Raleigh. 

J. W. Thompson, Goldsboro. 

TRUSTEES A. & M. COLLEGE AT GREENS- 
BORO FOR THE COLORED RACE. 

OFFICERS — J. B. Dudley, Greensboro, Pres. : 
M. C. S. Noble, (chm'n). Chapel Hill; A. T. 
Whitsett, (Sec.-Treas)., Greensboro. 

S. L. Kluttz. Salisbury- 

M. W. Bell, Murphy. 

J. B. Minor, Greensboro. 

R. W. Morphis, Reidsville. 

C. M. Vanstory, Greensboro. 

W. E. Brooks, Pittsboro. 

M. H. Allen, Goldsboro. 

J. E. Swain, Asheville. 

W. L. Vaughan, Washington. 

W. P. Stacey, Wilmington. 

F. W. Dunlap, Wadesboro. 

DIRECTORS SOLDIER'S HOME. 

A. B. Andrews, President, Raleigh. 
W. P. Wood. Vice-President, Raleigh. 



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John X. Kelly. Clarkton. 

A II. Boyden. Salisbury. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— A. B. Andrews. 
\V. P. Wood, Baxter Durham. Sec; \V. S. 
1. in. lurry. Supt. i Mrs. \V. S. Lineberry, 
Matron; J. M. Fleming, Raleigh; R. B. Lacy, 
Treas. Ex-Offlcio; Miss .Minor, Head Xurse. 

BANK EXAMINERS. 

S. A. Hubbard, Reidsville. 
II. D. Baterman, Reidsville. 
John G. Nichols, Raleigh. 

THE AUDUBON SOCIETY OF NORTH 
CAROLINA. 

Resident — R. H. Lewis, Raleigh. 

Vice-President — II. H. Brimley, Raleigh. 

Secretary — J. W. Cheshire, Raleigh. 

Treasurer— R. A. Brown, Raleigh. 

Board of Directors — Rev. Melton W. Clark, 
Greensboro; Franklin Sherman, Jr., Raleigh; 
Brook G. Empie, Wilmington; B. F. Shelton, 
Speed; W. H. Swift, Greensboro. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, UNIVERSITY OF 
NORTH CAROLINA. 

Governor Locke Craig, ex officio Chm'n., 
Raleigh. 
R. H. Lewis. Raleigh. 
J. T. Joyner, Raleigh. 
J. S. Manning, Raleigh. 
Charles Lee Smith, Raleigh. 
A. B. Andrews, Raleigh. 
Julian S. Carr, Durham. 
John W. Graham, Hillsboro. 
Josephus Daniels, Raleigh. 
Claudius Dockery, Troy. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Raleigh. 

E. J. Hale. Fayetteville. 
Charles Whedbee. Hertford. 
W. P. Bynum, Greensboro. 
V. S. Bryant. Durham. 

F. D. Winston, Windsor. 

STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN 
OPTOMETRY. 

Sam K. Eaton, Prcs., X'ew Bern. 
J. W. Taylor, Sec, Greensboro. 
J. D. Hathaway, Elizabeth City. 
Frank M. Jolly, Raleigh. 
C. H. Honness, AshevUle. 



STATE BOARD OF OSTEOPATHIC EX- 
AMINERS. 

Dr. A. H. Zealy, Pres.. Goldsboro. 

Dr. E. J. Carson, Sec.-Treas., Fayette- 
ville. 

Dr. M. J. Carson, Wilmington. 

Dr. W. B. Meacham. 

Dr. A. R. Tucker, Raleigh. 

MEMBERS OF HISTORIAL COMMISSION. 

J. Bryan Grimes. (Chm'n.), Raleigh. 

W. J. Peele, Raleigh. 

D. H. Hill, Raleigh. 

Thomas M. Pittman, Henderson. 

M. C. S. Xoble, Chapel Hill. 

R. D. W. Connor, Sec. 

STATE LABORATORY OF HYGIENE. 

C. A. Shore, M.D., Director. 

J. W. Kellogg, Bacteriologist. 

Miss Daisy B. Allen, Chemist. 

Arthur McKimmon, Microscopist. 

F. W. Temple, Stenographer. 

W. C. Riddick, Asst. Vaccine Maker. 

Carver Smith, Assistant. 

FISH COMMISSIONER. 
J. H. LeRoy, Elizabeth City. 

DIRECTORS STATE CROATAN INDIAN 
SCHOOL, PATES. 

Richard H. Lewis, M. D., Raleigh. 
CHAIRMAX— O. R. Sampson. 
SECRETARY— W. D. Oxendine. 

DIRECTORS STATE COLORED NORMAL 
SCHOOL, FAYETTEVILLE. 

CHAIRMAX— Hon. H. L. Cook. 
SECRETARY— Hon. Q. K. Ximocks. 
TREASURER— Dr. H. W. Lilly. 
Prof L. C. Brogden. 
Rev. J. A. McAlister. 
Hon. X. A. Smith. 

DIRECTORS OXFORD ORPHAN ASYLUM 

J. T. Alderman, Henderson, Grand Master 
of Masons and ex officio Chairman; G. Rosen- 
thal, Secretary, Raleigh; B. S. Royster, Oxford; 
J. W. Cotten, Tarboro; E. F. Lovill, Boone; 
T. A. Green, X'ew Bern; Dred Peacock, High 
Point. 



KING'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, THE OLDEST AND BEST BUSINESS 
COLLEGE IN NORTH CAROLINA. ENDORSED BY THE RALEIGH 
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. FOR CATALOGUE, ADDRESS, 

J. H. KING, President, Raleigh, N. C. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT 



UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY 

THE NORFOLK NATIONAL BANK 

NORFOLK, VA. 

CAPITAL $1,000,000.00 

SURPLUS AND PROFITS . $ 800,000.00 



OFFICERS: 



Caldwell Hardy, President. 
E. T. Lamb Vice President. 



A. B. Schwarzkopf, Vice-President. 
W. A. Godwin, Cashier. 



DIRECTORS: 



JAMES M. BARR, Prcs. Black Mountain 

Colliers Co. 
W. C. COBB. Fertilizers. 
HUGH C. DAVIS. Atty. at Law. 
LEROY W. DAVIS.Pres. 0. D. Tobbaco Co. 
W. A. GODWIN, Cashier. 
C. W. GRANDY, of C. W. Grandy & Sons. Inc. 
C. W. GRANDY, Jr. 
W. J. HARAHAN. Pres. S. A. L. Ry. 
W. T. HAM, of W. T. Ham & Co., Inc. 
CALDWELL HARDY, President. 
T. A. JONES. Savage, Son & Co. 
HENRY KIRN. 



E. T. LAMB, Gen. Mgr. and Receiver A. B. 

& A. R. R.. Atlanta. 
CHAS. W. PRIDDY, Pres. Pocomoke Guano Co. 

F. S. ROYSTER, Pres. F. S. Royster Guano Co. 
A. B. SCHWARZKOPF, Vice-President. 
WILLIAM SLOANE, of Wm. Sloane &. Co. 
ROBT. B. TUNSTALL, Attorney at Law. 

A. R. TURNBULL, Pres. & Gen. Mgr. Row- 
land Lumber Co. 

R. P. WALLER. 

WM. M. WHALEY. Pres. Roanoke R. R. 
&. L. Co. 

WM. H. WHITE, Pres. R. F. & P. R. R. 

J. G. WOMBLE. 



With well established connections this bank has unsur- 
passed facilities in every branch of legitimate banking. 



BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS OF THE 
STATE. 

Dr. Hubert Boyster. Raleigh; Dr. J. C. 
Myers, Charlotte; Dr. I. M. Taylor. Morgan- 
ton; Dr. J. F. Hlghsmith. Fayetteville; Dr. L. 
M. Stevens, Asheville; Dr. Jno. B. Blount, 



Washington; Chas. T. Harper, Wilmington. 

STATE SANATORIUM FOR TUBERCULOSIS, 
SANATORIUM, N. C. 

OFFICEBS— L. B. McBrayer, M. D., Super- 
intendent; Wilson Pendleton, M. D., Assistant 
Superintendent. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT 



SENATE. 

FIRST DISTRICT— W. L. Cohoon, Elizabeth 
City; J. S. McNider, Hertford. 

SECOND DISTRICT— H. W. Stubbs, Wil- 
liamston; Mark Majette, Columbia. 

THIRD DISTRICT— T. T. Speight, Wind- 
sor. 

FOURTH DISTRICT— H. A. Gilliam, Tar- 
boro; R. L. Steadman, Halifax. 

FIFTH DISTRICT— F. C. Harding, Greens- 
ville. 

SIXTH DISTRICT— R. B. White, Franklin- 
ton; T. M. Washington, Wilson. 

SEVENTH DISTRICT— A. D. Ward. New 
Bern; Frank Thompson, Jacksonville. 

EIGHTH DISTRICT— E. A. Stevens, Golds- 
boro. 

NINTH DISTRICT— R. D. Johnson, War- 
saw. 

TENTH DISTRICT— W. B. Cooper, Wil- 
mington. 

ELEVENTH DISTRICT— Donald McRaekin, 
Whiteville. 

TWELFTH DISTRICT— George B. McLeod, 
Lumberton. 



THIRTEENTH DISTRICT— J. W. Johnson, 
Raeford. 

FOURTEENTH DISTRICT— W. H. Fisher 
(R.), Roseboro; Ezra Parker (H.). Benson. 

FIFTEENTH DISTRICT— W. P.. Snow. 
Raleigh. 

SIXTEENTH DISTRICT— Tasker Polk. War- 
renton. 

SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT— T. G. Cunin, 
Oxford. 

EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT— Frank Nash, 
Hillsboro; E. F. Unchurch, Yanceyville. 

NINETEENTH DISTRICT— C. O. McMichael. 
Wentworth. 

TWENTIETH DISTRICT— F. B. Hobgood, 
Jr., Greensboro. 

TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT— J. B. Atwatcr. 
Bynum; C. M. Muse. Carthage. 

TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT— Frank Mc- 
Aulay. Mount Gilead. 

TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT— J. S. Eflrd, 
Albemarle; Ney McNeelv. Monroe. 

TWENTY-FOURTH DISTRICT— John A. Mo- 
Rae, Charlotte; W. L. Morris. Concord. 

TWENTY-FIFTH DISTRICT li. li. Miller. 
Salisbury. 



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t\vi:.\tv sixth DISTRICT— Hugh 
Chatham, Wlnaton-Salem. 

TWENTY SEVENTH DISTRICT Rufus L. 
Haymore (it). Mount Airy. 

TWENTY EIGHTH DISTRICT - Llnville 
Bumgarner (R.), Wllkesboro. 

TWENTY NINTH DISTRICT — Dorman 
Thompson, Stateaville. 

THIRTIETH DISTRICT— Charles A. Jonas 
(K.). Lincolnton, 

THIRTY-FIRST DISTRICT— Arthur M. 
Dixon. Gastonia. 

THIRTY-SECOND DISTRICT— O. Max 

Gardner, Shelby; E. B. cloud, Columbus. 

THIRTY-THIRD DISTRICT— 1). P. Giles, 
Marlon; I!. F. Davis, Morganton. 

THIRTY-FOURTH DISTRICT— R. L. Ballou, 
Jefferson. 

THIRTY-FIFTH DISTRICT— John E. Line- 
hack (R. ), Spruce Pine. 

THIRTY-SIXTH DISTRICT — Zebulon 
Weaver, Ashevllle. 

THIRTY- SEVENTH DISTRICT — Cos. Pax- 
ton, Brevard. 

THIRTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT— John C. Her- 
bert (It.), Hayesville. 

(All Republican Members are marked "R", 
and Democrats are unmarked). 

Democrats, 43; Republicans, 7. 

OFFICERS OF THE SENATE. 

PRESIDENT— E. L. Daughtridge. Rocky 
Mount. 

I 'RESIDENT PRO TEM — O. Max Gardner, 
Shelby. 

PRINCIPAL CLERK— R. O. Self, Webster. 

READING CLERK— J. H. Burnett, Troy. 

ENGROSSING CLERK— W. G. Aycock, 
Fremont. 

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS— W. D. Gaster, 
Fayetteville. 

ASST. SERGEANT-AT-ARMS— Benjamin F. 
Perry, lVniuinians. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

ALAMANCE — J. H. Vernon, Burlington. 

ALEXANDER— Ira Walden (R.). Stony 
Point. 

ALLEGHANY'— R. A. Doughton. Sparta. 

ANSI in -P. E. Thomas. Wadesboro. • 

ASHE — T. C. Bowie, Jefferson. 

AVERY— W. M. Johnson (It.), Elk Park. 

I'.r.AriDRT— J. L. Mayo, Washington. 

BERTIE— Dr. A. Capehart, Roxobel. 

BLADEN— -J. B. Clark, Elizabethtown. 

BRUNSWICK— B. L. Hewett, Shallotte. 

BUNCOMBE — Gallatin Roberts, Asheville; 
Harry Nettles, Biltmore. 

BURKE Dr. A. M. Dula (R.). Morganton. 

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

CALDWELL— Dr. A. A. Kent, Lenoir. 

CAMDEN— W. P. Barco, Shiloh. 



CARTERET — M. Leslie Davis, Beaufort. 

CAS WELL — P. M. Sommers. Altamahaw. 

CATAWBA I Y. Killian (R.), Hickory. 

CHATHAM— F. W. Bynum, Pittsboro. 

CHEROKEE — I). Witherspoon (R.), Mur- 
phy. 

CHOWAN— P. H. Bell,' Edenton. 

CLAY— P. B. Kellean, Hayesville. 

CLEVELAND— J. B. Smith. Shelby, R. 1. 

COLUMBUS— A. M. Benton (Ind.), Ever- 
green. 

CRAVEN— G. A. Whitford, Askins. 

CUMBERLAND— John H. Currie, Fayette- 
ville. 

CURRITUCK— Pierce Hampton, Waterlily. 

DARE — A. H. Etheridge (Ind.), Manteo. 

DAVIDSON— C. H. B. Leonard (R.), Lex- 
ington. 

DAVIE— Thomas J. Hendrix (R.), Mocks- 
ville. R. 4. 

DUPLIN— Dr. R. L. Carr, Rose Hill. 

DURHAM— Benehan Cameron, Stagville; J. 
Ed. Pegram, Durham. 

EDGECOMBE— T. F. Cherry. Rocky Mount. 

FORSYTH — P. Frank Hanes, Winston- 
Salem; Walter A. Mickle, Pfafftown. 

FRANKLIN — J. T. Inscoe, Castalia. 

GASTON— John C. Puett, Dallas; Samuel S. 
Mauney, Cherryvllle. 

GATES — G. D. Gatlin, Roduco. 

GRAHAM — C. Z. Denton, Robbinsville. 

GRANVILLE— D. G. Brummitt. Oxford. 

GREENE — L. J. H. Mewborne, Snow Hill. 

GUILFORD— Robert Brockett, High Point; 
N. L. Eure, Greensboro; W. A. Bownman, Lib- 
erty. 

HALIFAX— W. L. Long, Roanoke Rapids; 
J. H. Darden, Spring Hope v 

HARNETT— F. M. McKay (R.), Duke. 

HAYWOOD— D. R. Noland. Crabtree, R. F. 
D. 

HENDERSON— G. H. Valentine (R.), Hen- 
dersonville. 

HERTFORD — Stanley Winborne, Murfrees- 
boro. 

HOKE — Thomas McBryde, Red Springs, R. 1. 

HYDE— J. M. Clayton, Engleha»d. 

IREDELL — H. P. Grier, Statesville; Thomas 
N. Hall, Mooresville. 

JACKSON — B. C. Jones, Webster. 

JOHNSTON— L. H. Allred, Smithfleld; C. 
M. Wilson, Wilsons Mills. 

JONES — B. B. Collins, Mayesville. 

LEE— A. A. F. Seawell, Sanford. 

LENOIR— E. R. Wooten, Kinston. 

" TNCOLN — John E. Hoover, Lincolnton. 

MACON— H. D. Dean (R.), Franklin. 

MADISON— Plato D. Ebbs, Marshall. 

MARTIN — A. R. Dunning, Williamston. 

McDOWELL — Byron Conley, Marion. 

MECKLENBURG— R. C. Freeman, Charlotte; 
R. S. Hutchison, Charlotte; T. J. Renfrow, 
Matthews. 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT 



m NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE 

OF NORFOLK 

Capital, $1,000,000. Surplus and Profits, $900,000 

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

TOTAL RESOURCES OVER $9,000,000 

Offers to a discriminating public, a thoroughly organized business 
in every department and the experience gained in a success- 
ful business life of over forty-four years. 

DEPARTMENTS: 

Commercial, Savings, Domestic and Foreign Exchange, 

Domestic and Foreign Collections, Banks and Bankers. 

OFFICERS: 

NATHANIEL BEAMAN. President HUGH M. KERR. Cashier 

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

R. S. C0H00N, Assistant Cashier. 

UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE TREASURY DEPART- 
MENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 



MITCHELL— John J. Phillips, Bakersville. 

MONTGOMERY— M. A. Bennett, Jackson 
Springs. 

MOORE — Henry A. Page, Aberdeen. 

NASH— Jacob Battle, Rocky Mount; Gray R. 
King, Nashville. 

NEW HANOVER— W. P. Stacey, Wilming- 
ton. 

NORTAMPTON — T. W. Mason. Garysburg. 

ONSLOW— Horace V. Grant, Sneads Ferry. 

ORANGE— S. S. Smith (R.), Hillsboro. 

PAMLICO — Jordan Carraway, Messic. 

PASQUOTANK— W. L. Small, Elizabeth 
City. 

PENDER— J. B. Scott, Rocky Point. 

PERQUIMANS— James P. Winslow, Hert- 
ford. 

PERSON— Dr. E. J. Tucker. Roxboro. 

PITT — J. C Galloway, Grimesland; J. J. 
Laughinghouse, Greenville. 

POLK— J. T. Camp. Rutherfordton, R. F. D. 

RANDOLPH— Dr. G. A. Foster, Liberty. 

RICHMOND— M. C. Freeman, Hamlet. 

ROBESON — Marshall Shepherd, Orrum; G. B. 
oellars, Maxton. 

ROCKINGHAM— J. T. Wall. Stoneville, R. 
*'. D. ; J. L. Roberts, Reidsville. 

ROWAN — T. J. Brown, Salisbury; W. C. 
^oughenour, Salisbury. 

RUTHERFORD— J. F. Alexander, Forest 
City. 

SAMPSON— C. M. Faircloth (R.), Clinton. 

SCOTLAND— L. M. Blue, Gibson. 

STANLY— L. H. Bost, Big Lick, R. 2. 
- STOKES— D. V. Carroll (R.), Mizpath. 

SURRY— Matthew II. Norman (R.), Dobson, 
R. 1. 

SWAIN— J. V. Gibbs (R.), Whittier. 



TRANSYLVANIA— C. B. Deaver (R.), Bre- 
vard. 

TYRRELL— J. Charles Meekins (R), Colum- 
bia. 

UNION— J. C. M. Vann. Monroe; W. G. 
Long, Monroe. 

VANCE— R. G. Kittrell, Henderson. 

WAKE— Clyde A. Douglas. Raleigh: A. T 
Smith, Holly Springs; D. B. Harrison. Eagle 
Rock. 

WARREN— Dr. P. J. Macon. Warrenton. 

WASHINGTON— A. W. Swain, Plymouth. 

WATAUGA— A. W. Smith (R.), Mabel. 

WAYNE— M. H. Allen, Goldsboro: F. R. 
Mintz, Mount Olive. 

WILKES— R. S. Bryan (R.). Trap Hill. 

WILSON— John L. Bailey. Elm City. 

YADKIN— S. C. Williams (K.), Yadkin- 
ville. 

YANCEY — G. Penley Deyton, Toecane. 

(Names unmarked are Democrats. 



OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE. 

SPEAKER— Emmett R. Wooten, Kinston 

PRINCIPAL CLERK— T. G. Cobb, Morgan- 
ton. 

READING CLERK— D. P. Dellinger, (■:<, 
tonia. 

ENROLLING CLERK— E. B. Norvell, Mur- 
phy. 

ENGROSSING CLERK— M. D. Kinslan,!, 
Waynesville. 

SKRGEANT-AT-ARMS— J. IT. Moring, Mor- 
risville. 

ASST. SERGEANT- AT-ARMS—K. J. Jen- 
kins, Oxford. 



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THE SUPREME COURT OF NORTH 
CAROLINA. 

Walter Clark, of Wake. Chief Justice. 

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

William A. Hoke, of Lincoln. Associate Jus- 
tice. 

George 11. Brown, of Beaufort, Associate 
Justice. 

Wm. R. Allen, of Wayne. Associate Justice. 

J. L. Seawell, of Raleigh. Clerk. 

Weldon T. Smith, of Raleigh. Office Clerk. 

Robert H. Bradley, of Raleigh, Marshal and 
Librarian 

Geo. P. Kennedy, of Wake. Custodian 
Building. 

Robert C. Strong, of Raleigh. Reporter. 

The Supreme Court meets on the first Mon- 
day in February and the last Monday in 
August of each year. The call of appeals from 
the judicial districts begins on Tuesday of each 
week during the term. 

APPLICANTS FOR LICENSE TO PRACTICE 
LAW. 

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

Knell's Essentials, 3 volumes. 

Clark on Ccrporations. 

Schouler on Executors. 

Bispham's Equity. 

Clark's Code of Civil Procedure. 

Revisal of 1905. 

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 (or 
equivalent). 

Each applicant must have read law two years 
at least. 

Examinations for license to practice law are 
held on the first Monday in February and the 
last Monday in August of each year. The ex- 
aminations are in writing. 

Conditions Precedent to Examination. 

Before being allowed to stand an examina- 



tion each applicant must comply with the fol- 
lowing conditions: 

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

2. He must file with the Clerk of the Court 
a certificate of good moral character, signed by 
two attorneys who practice in that Court, and 
also a certificate of the dean of a law school 
or a member of the bar of this Court, that tin 
applicant has read law under his instruction 
or to his knowledge or satisfaction for two 
years, and upon examination by 6uch instructor 
has been found competent and proficient in said 
course. Such certificate while indispensable. 
will of course not b.e conclusive evidence of 
proficiency. An applicant who has obtained 
license to practice law in another State, in lieu 
of the certificate of two years reading and pro- 
ficiency, can file (with leave to withdraw) his 
law license issued by said State. 

3 He must deposit with the Clerk twenty- 
three dollars and fifty cents. Of this sum 
one dollar and fifty cents shall be retained 
by the Clerk and two dollars is for printers 
for the parchment on which the certificate 
of license is issued. If the applicant obtains 
license the remaining twenty dollars shall 
be paid by the Clerk to the librarian for use 
of the Supreme Court library. If the ap- 
plicant fails on examination the twenty dol- 
lars shall be repaid him. 

FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

SOLICITOR— J. C. B. Ehringhaus. Eliza- 
beth City. 

SPRING TERM— Judge M. H. Justice, 
Rutherfordton. 

FALL TERM— Judge E. B. Cline, Hickory. 

CURRITUCK— t January 25, (1); March 1, 
(1): September 6, (1). 

CAMDEN— March 8, (1); tjuly 19, (1); 
November 8, (1). 

PASQUOTANK— tDeoember 28, (2) ; +Feb- 
ruary 8, (1); March 15, (1); "September 20. 
(2); tNovember 15, (1). 

PERQUIMANS— January 18, (1); April 12, 
( 1 ) : November 1 , ( 1 ) . 



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CHOWAN— March 28, (1) ; September 13, 
(1); December 6, (1). 

GATES— March 22, (1); August 2, (1); De- 
cember 13, (1). 

DARE— May 24, (1); October 25, (1). 

TYRRELL— ** April 20, (2) ; November 30, 
(1). 

HYDE— May 17, (1); October 18, (1). 

BEAUFORT— tFebruary 15, (2) ; tApril 5, 
(1); "May 3, (2); tOctober 4, (2); Novem- 
ber 22, (1); tDecember 20, (1). 

WASHINGTON— August 9, (1); January 11 
(1); May 31, (2). 

SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

SOLICITOR— R. G. Allsbrook, Tarboro. 

SPRING TERM— Judge Frank Carter, Ashe- 
ville. 

FALL TERM— Judge M. H. Justice, Ruth- 
erfordton. 

MARTIN— March 15, (2); June 14, (1) ; 
September 20, (2); December 13, (1). 

EDGECOMBF — 'March 1. (1): 'September 
13, (1); May 31, (2); tMarch 29, (2); fNo- 
vember 1, (2). 

NASH— January IS, (1): tFebruary 22, (1); 
March 8, (1); **April 26, (2); August 30, 
(1); October 11, (1); November 29, (2). 

WILSON— January 4, (1); "February 1, 
(2); May 10, (1); fJune 21, (1); September 
6, (1); October 4, (1); tXovember 15. (2); 
♦December 20, (1). 

THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

SOLICITOR— John H. Kerr, Warrenton. 

SPRING TERM— Judge G. S. Ferguson, 
Waynesville. 

FALL TERM— Judge W. M. Bond, Edenton. 

HERTFORD— February 22, (1); April 19, 
(1); October 18, (2). 

BERTIE — February 8, (1) ; September 6, 
(1); April 26, (2); November 15, (2). 

NORTHAMPTON— March 29, (2); November 
1, (2); t*August 2, (1). 

HALIFAX— January 25, (2) ; March 15, (2) ; 
May 31, (2) ; August 23, (2) ; November 29, 
(2). 

WARREN— January 11, (2); June 14, (2); 
September 20, (2). 

VANCE— March 1, (2); May 17, (2-); Oc- 
tober 4, (2). 

FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

SOLICITOR— Walter D. Siler, Siler City. 



SPRING TERM— Judge W. M. Bond, Eden- 
ton. 

FALL TERM— Judge G. S. Ferguson, Way- 
nesville. 

WAYNE— January 18, (2): May 24. (2); 
August 23, (2); November 29, (2); tApril 5, 
(2); tOctober 11, (2). 

JOHNSTON— March 8, 'August 16, Decem- 
ber 13, (2); tFebruary 15, (2): tApril 19, (2); 
t September 27, (2). 

HARNETT— January 4, (1): tFebruary 1, 
(2): May 17, (1); "September 6, (2); tNo- 
vember 15, (2). 

CHATHAM— January 11, (1): May 10, (1) ; 
November 1, (1); tMarch 15, (1); t August 9. 
(1). 

LEE— tMarch 22, (2); tMay 3, (1); 
tOctober 25, (1); November 8, (1); July 19, 
(2). 

FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

SOLICITOR— Chas. L. Abernethy, Beaufort. 

SPRING TERM— Judge George W. Connor, 
Wilson. 

FALL TERM— Judge W. M. Bond, Eden- 
ton. 

PITT— 'January 18, (1): 'April 19. (1); 
♦August 30, (1); *November 15. (1): tMarch 
15, (2); tSeptember 20, (1); tOctober 4, (1); 
tJanuary 11, (1); tApril 12, (1); 
tMay 17, (1): tAugust 23, (1); 

tNovember 8, (1); tDecember 13, (1). 

CRAVEN— t* January 4, (1); "April 5. (1); 
♦October 11, (1): "February 1, (2); "May 
24, (2); t'September 6. (2); May 10, (1); tNo- 
vember 22, (2). 

PAMLICO— April 26, (2) ; October 25. (2) ; 

JONES— August 16, (1); March 29, (1); De- 
cember 6, (1). 

CARTERET— June 7, (2); March S, (1); 
October 18, (1). 

GREENE— February 22, (2); June 21. (1): 
December 20, (1). 



TERM— Judge 

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SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

SOLICITOR — H. E. Shaw. Kinston. 

SPRING 
Jackson. 

FALL TERM— Judge 
Wilson. 

LENOIR— 'January 25, (1): *Maj 
•August 23. (1); 'December 13, (1) 
22, (2); fJune 7, (2); fNovembet 
tJanuary 4, (1); t'October 18. (1). 



W. 



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Connor, 

17. (1): 
tMarch 
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•July 26, (1); fDecember 20, (1); fSeptember 
13. (1). 

SAMPSON— February 1, (2); fMarch 8, (2); 
August 9, (2) ; tSeptember 20, (2) ; October 
25. (2): April 26. (2). 

ONSLOW— tApril 12, (2); fjuly 19. (1); 
October 11, (1); fDecember 6, (1); March 1, 
(1). 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

SOLICITOR— H. E. Norris, Raleigh. 

SPRING TERM— Judge F. A. Daniels, 
Goldsboro. 

FALL TERM— Judge R. B. Peebles, Jack- 
son. 

WAKE — "January 4. (1); -{-January 25, (1); 
•February 1. (1); fifMarch 1, (5); flfApril 5, 
(4); *May 3, (1); 'May 17, (1); fMay 31, 
(4): "July 12, (1); flf September 13, (4); 
•October 11, (1); fOctober 25, (2); ♦Novem- 
ber 8, (1); "November 29, (1); "December 6, 
(2). 

FRANKLIN— "January 11, (2); -{-February 
15, (2); May 10, (1); -{August 30. (2): 
♦October 18, (1); f November 15, (2). 

EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

SOLICITOR— H. II. Lyon. Whiteville. 

STRING TERM— Judge II. Whedbee, Green- 
ville. 

FALL TERM— Judge F. A. Daniels, Golds- 
boro. 

NEW HANOVER— January 4. (2); May 3, 
(1): "September 13. (2): fffMarch 29. (3); 
•♦June 14. (2); November 15, (1); -{-February 
1. (2); fMay 17, (2); fOctober 25, (2); fDe- 
cember 6, (2). 

BRUNSWICK— March 15, (1); tAugust 23, 
(1); October 11, (1). 

COLUMBUS— January 25, (1); fFebruary 
15. (2); April 19, (2); August 30, (2); tNo- 
vember 22. (2); "December 20, (1). 

FENDER— January 18, (1); fMarch 1. (2); 
» 1, (1); tSeptember 27, (2); November 8, 

(1). 

NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
SOLICITOR— N. A. Sinclair, Favetteville. 
SPRING TERM— Judge <•. II. Allen, Kins- 
Inn. 

FALL TERM— Judge II. W. Whedbee, 
Green viUe. 



BLADEN— January 4. (1); March 8, (1) ; 
fAugust 9, (1); October 18, (1). 

CUMBERLAND— "January 11, (1); "May 
24, (1) ; "August 30, (1) ; "November 22, (1) ; 
February 8, (2) ; March 15, (2) ; April 

26, (2): September 20. (2); October 25, (2). 
HOKE— January 18, (1); f April 12, (1); 

August 16, (1); November 29, (2). 

ROBESON— "January 25, (2) ; "July 5, 
(2); "November 8, (2); "September 6. (1); 
fFebruary 22, (2) ; fMarch 29, (2) ; fMay 10, 
(2); fJune 7, (2): fOctober 4, (2); fDecem- 
ber 6, (2); {September 13, (1). 

TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

SOLICITOR— S. M. Gattis. HUlsboro. 

SPRING TERM— Judge C. M. Cooke, Louis- 
burg. 

FALL TERM— Judge O. H. Allen, Kinston. 

ALAMANCE— "March 1, (1); "August 23, 
(1): "November 29, (1);; f January 18, (2); 
tSeptember 13, (2) ; fOctober 11, (2) ; fMarch 
22, (1); May 24, (2). 

DURHAM— "February 22. (1); "May 17. 
(1); "August 30, (1); "December 13. (1) : 
f January 4, (2) ; fMarch 8. (2) : f September 

27, (2); tApril 26, (1); fNovember 8. (1). 
GRANVILLE— February 8, (2); May 3, (2); 

November 15, (2); August 9, (1). 

ORANGE— f June 7, (1); March 29, (D.- 
September 6, (1); December 6, (1). 

PERSON— February 1, (1); April 19, (1) ; 
August 16, (1); October 25, (1). 

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

SOLICITOR— S. P. Graves, Mount Airy. 

SPRING TERM— Judge George Rountree, 
Wilmington. 

FALL TERM— Judge C. M. Cooke, Louis- 
burg. 

ASHE— April 5, (2); July 12, (2); Octo- 
ber 18, (1). 

ALLEGHANY— May 3, (1); September 27. 
(1). 

SURRY— April 19, (2); August 30, (2); 
February 1, (1); October 18, (1); October 25, 
(2). 

FORSYTH— "January 4, (2) ; "July 26, (2) ; 
"March 22, (1); "December 13, (1); fFebru- 
ary 8, (2); fMarch 8, (2); fMay 17, (2); 
^September 13, (2) ; fNovember S, (2) ; Octo- 
ber 4, (2). 



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ROCKINGHAM— *January IS, (1); "August 
9, (2); "December 20, (1); tFebruary 22, (2); 
tJune 14, (2) ; tNovember 22. (2) ; May 10, 

(I). 

CASWELL— March 29, (1); August 23. (1); 
December 6, (1). 

TWELFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

SOLICITOR— John C. Bower, Lexington. 

SPRING TERM— Judge C. C. Lyon, Eliza- 
bethtown. 

FALL TERM — Judge George Rountree, Wil- 
mington. 

GUILFORD— "January 25, (1); "April 26, 
(1); "September 20, (1); "December 13, (1) ; 
TJanuary 11, (2); tFebruary 8, (2); tMarch 
S, (2); -April 12, (2); tMay 10, (2); fjune 
7, (2); fAugust 16, (2); tSeptember 6, (2); 
f October 11, (2) ; f November 8, (2) ; tMarch 
22, (1); tSeptember 27, (1); tDecember 6, 
(1) ; tDecember 20, (1). 

DAVIDSON— February 22, (2) ; May 24 
(2); August 2, (2); tNovember 22, (2); tMay 
3, (1). 

STOKES— "Marcli 29, (1) ; "October 25, (1) ; 
tApril 5, (1); tNovember 1. (!)• 

THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

SOLICITOR— A. M. Stack. Monroe. 

SPRING TERM— Judge W. A. Devin, Ox- 
ford 

FALL TERM— Judge C. C. Lyon, Eliza- 
bclhtown 

UNION— "January 25, (1); "March 15. (1) ; 
"August 2, (1) ; ""October 18, (2) ; tFebruary 
15, (2) ; tAugust 23, (2) ; tMay 3, (1) ; tJune 
14, (1); tDecember 20, (1). 

ANSON— "January 11, (1); tMarch 1, (1); 
""April 12, (2) ; tJune 7, (1) ; "September 13, 
(1) ; tOctober 4, (1) : tNovember 15. 

SCOTLAND— tMarch 8. (1); "April 26, (1) ; 
May 31, (1); tNovember 1, (1); November 29, 

(1). 

MOORE— tJanuary 18, (1); February 8, 
(1); tMay 17, (1); July 5, (1); August 16, 
(1) ; tSeptember 20, (1); December 13, (1). 

RICHMOND— "January 4, (1); "April 5, 
(1); "July 19. (1); "September 27, (1); tMarch 
22, (1); tMay 24, (1); tSeptember 6, (1); 
tDecember 6, (1). 

STANLY— tFebruary 1, (1); March 29„ (1): 
tMay 10, (1); July 12, (1); tOctober 11, 
(1); November 22, (1). 

FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

SOLICITOR — G. W. Wilson, Gastonia. 
SPRING TERM— Judge H. P. Lane, Reids- 
ville. 

FALL TERM— Judge W. A. Devin, Oxford. 



GASTON— "March 15, (1); "May 17, (1) ; 
"August 23, (1); "October 25, (1); tApril 
12, (2) ; tSeptember 20, (2) ; tDecember 6, 
(2); January 18, (2). 

MECKLENBURG— "January 4. (2) ; "July 12, 
(2); "February 15, (1); 'March 22, (1); 
"May 10, (1); June 7, (1); "August 30, (1): 
"October 4, (1) ; "November 15, (1) ; fFebruary 
1, (2) ; tMarch 1, (2) ; tMarch 29, (2) ; 
tApril 26, (2); tMay 24, (2); tSeptember ,; - 
(2); tNovember 1, (2); tNovember 22. (2): 
tJune 14, (1). 

FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
SOLICITOR— Hayden Clement, Salisbury. 
SPRING TERM— Judge T. J. Shaw. Greens- 
boro. 

FALL TERM— Judge II. V. Lane, Kt-i'ls- 
ville. 

IREDELL— January 25, (2); May 17, (2); 
August 2, (2); October 18, (2). 

RANDOLPH— tMarch 15, (2) : "March 29, 
(1); tJuly 19, (2); "September 6, (1); **De- 
cember 6, (2). 

ROWAN— February 8. (2); tMarch S, (1); 
May 3, (2); September 13, (2); tOctober 11, 
(1); November 22, (2). 

CABARRUS— January 4, (2): April ID. (2); 
August 16, (2); November 1, (2). 

MONTGOMERY— "January 18. (1): tApril 
12, (2); "July 12, (1); tSeptember 27. (2). 

DAVIE— February 22, (2); August 30, (1) : 
November 15, (1). 

SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

SOLICITOR— Thos. M. NYwlaud. Lenoir. 

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

FALL TERM— Judge T. J. Shaw. Greens- 
boro. 

POLK— April 12, (2): September 20, (2). 

CLEVELAND— January 4. (2); March 22, 
(2); July 26, (2); November 1, (2). 

LINCOLN— February 1, (1); Anil 5, (1); 
July 19, (1); September 6. (l)r December 20, 

(1). 

BURKE— March S. (2); August <). (2): 
tMay 31, (2); tOctober 4, (2); tDecember > : . 
(2). 

CALDWELL— February 22, (2) : Augu 
(2); tMay 10, (3); tNovember 15. (3). 

SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

SOLICITOR — F. A. Linney. Boone. 

SPRING TERM— Judge W. K Harding. 
Charlotte. 

FALL TERM— Judge W. J. Adams, Cai 
thage. 



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MITCHELL- April 5, (2); fJuly 26, (2); 
November 15, (-)■ 

WATAUGA- March 22, (2); September 6, 
(2). 

WILKES March 8, (2); August 9, (2); 
fJanuary 18, (2) : fOctober 4, (2). 

ALEXANDER— February 15. (1): September 
20, (2). 

YAT>KTN March 1. (1): August 23, (1): 

mber 29, (1). 
CATAWBA Februarj 1, (2): fMay 3. (2); 

12. (2); Novi mber 1, (2). 
AVER'S April 19, (2): October IS, (2). 

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

SOLICITOR— A. Hall Johnston, Marion. 

SPRING TERM— Judge B. F. Long, States- 
yffle. — — -""" 

PALL TERM Judge W. F. Harding, Char- 
lotte. 

TRANSYLVANIA -April 12. (2); September 
6, (2). 

ED3NTJERSON— fMarch 1, (2): fOctober 4, 
(2): tMay 24. (2): fNovember 15, (1): Janu- 
ary 4, (2). 

RUTHERFORD— April 26. (2) ; October IS, 
(2) : f February 1, (2) ; f August 23, (2) : fDe- 
cember 13. (1). 

McDOWELL— February 1.1. (2); July 12, 
(2); September 20, (2): tJanuary IS. (2). 

YANCEY— March 22. (2); November 1, (2) ; 
June 14. (1). 

NINETEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

SOLICITOR— R. R. Reynolds, Asheville. 
SPRING TERM— Judge J. L. Webb. Shelby. 



FALL TERM — Judge B. F. Long, States- 
ville. 

BUNCOMBE — *January 4, (2); *May IT. 
(2); *July 12, (2); ^September 20, (2); 
•March 15, (3); *November 8, (1): tJanu- 
ary 18, (3); fFebruary S, (3); f April 5. 
(3) ; tApril 26, (3) ; f August 16, (3) ; fOcto- 
ber 4, (3) ; fNovember 29, (3) ; fOctober 25, 
(2). 

MADISON— March 1, (2); fMay 31, (2); 
September 6, (2); fNovember 15, (2). 

TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

SOLICITOR— Felix E. Alley, Webster. 

SPRING TERM— Judge E. B. Cline, Hick- 
ory. 

EALL TERM— Judge J. L. Webb, Shelby. 

CHEROKEE— January 4, (2) ; March 29. 
(2); August 9, (2); November 8, (2). 

GRAHAM— March 15, (2) ; September 6. 
(2) ; December 6, (2). 

SWAIN— March 1, (2); July 26, (2) 
tober 25, (2). 

HAYWOOD— January 18, (3); fMay 3 
July 12, (2); September 20, (2). 

JACKSON— February 15, (2) ; tMay IT 
October 11, (2). 

MACON— April 19, (2); August 23, 
November 22, (2). 

CLAY— April 12, (1); October 4, (1). 



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criminal; second week, civil cases. flFirst 
week, criminal; two weeks civil cases. flfFirst 
week criminal, remaining weeks civil. 

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N. C. DIVISION UNITED CONFEDERATE 
VETERANS. 

MAJOR GENERAL COMMANDER— General 
Julian S. Carr, Durham. 

ADJUTANT-GENERAL AND CHIEF OF 
STAFF — Col. H. A. London, Pittsboro. 

INSPECTOR-GENERAL — Lieutenant- Colonel 
W. H. Gregory, Statesville. 

ASSISTANT INSPECTOR-GENERAL— Lieu- 
tciiant-ColenelJames A. Bryan, New Bern. 

JUDGE ADVOCATE-GENERAL— Lieutenant- 
Colonel C. B. Watson. Winston. 

COMMISSARY GENRAL— Lieutenant-Colonel 
P. H. Hanes, Winston. 



SURGEON GENERAL— Lieutenant- Colonel 
W. D. McMillan. Wilmington. 

CHIEF OF ORDINANCE — Lieutenant-Colo- 
nel J. M. Wall, Wadesboro. 

ASSISTANT ADJUTANT-GENERAL— Major 
R. C- Barker, Salisbury. 

ASSISTANT JUDGE ADVOCATE-GENERAL 
—Major A. W. Graham, Oxford. 

AIDES— Majors A. H. Boyden, Salisbury; J. 
A Long. Roxboro; W. P. Wood, Asheboro; 
S. H. Smitn, Winston; G. S. Ferguson, Waynes- 
ville; George P. Hall, Red Springs; Thomas 
W. Harrington, Carthage; C. M. Parks, Tar- 
boro; J. Matt Securest, High Point. 



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FIRST BRIGADE. 
BRIGADIER GENERAL COMMANDING— 
General P. C. Carlton, Statesville. 
No. Camp. Town. 

162 Catawba Hickory 

212 Cabarrus County Concord 

319 Col. Chas. P. FGisher Salisbury 

. 394 Reub.en Campbell Statesville 

436 Norfleet Winston 

795 Guilford County Greensboro 

797 Surry County Mt. Airy 

952 Col. Jno. T. Jones Lenoir 

US4 Wm, Gambel Gastonia 

1462 Scales-Boyd Reidsville 

1535 Organ Church Salisbury 

1552 Moiganton Morgantou 

16S2 High Point High Point 

1744 Stokes County Danbury 

SECOND BRIGADE. 
BRIGADIER GENERAL COJIMANDING— 
General W. L. London, Pittsboro. 
No. Camp. Town. 

382 Mecklenburg Charlotte 

3S7 Leonidas J. Merritt Pittsboro 

515 L. O'B. Branch Raleigh 

781 Walkup .Monroe 

818 Robt. F. Webb Durham 

830 Richmond County Rockingham 

833 Walter R. Moore Smlthfield 

846 Anson Wadesboro 

984 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 

1646 Randolph Asheboro 

1662 Daniel McDougald Lillington 

1669 Ransom ' Jonesboro 

1716 Ashe Chapel Hill 



THIRD BRIGADE. 
BRIGADIER GENERAL COMMANDING— 
General Jas. I. Metts, Wilmington. 
No. Camp. Town. 

254 Cape Fear Wilmington 

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 

1162 New Bern New Bern 

1248 Henry L. Wyatt Bayboro 

1264 Jesse S. Barnes Wilson 

1303 Alfred Rowland Rowland 

1304 Henry M. Shaw Currituck 

1490 W. J. Houston Pearsall 

1533 Tarboro Tarboro 

1563 David Williams Burlaw 

1574 Buck Kitchin Scotland Neck 

1578 J. I. Metts Whiteville 

1590 W. F. Martin Elizabeth City 

1592 Gen. W. P. Roberts Belhaven 

1707 Willis H. Pope Lumberton 

1715 Bladen Clarkron 

1785 Onslow Guards Jacksonville 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 

BRIGADIER GENERAL COMMANDING— 

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

6S1 Zebulon Vance Asheville 

848 Pinl< Welsh Waynesville 

917 Chas. S. Roberts Franklin 

953 Transylvania County Brevard 

954 Jas. R. Love Webster 

1021 Watt Bryson Hendersonvillc 

1045 Cleveland » Shelby 

1154 Gen. Pender Burnsville 

1156 Davis Lee Dickinson Rutherfordton 

1621 David Coleman .". Painter 

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DEPARTMENT CHAPLAIN— Rev. Watson 
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DEPARTMENT INSPECTOR— N. H. Mao- 
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Camp No. 5 — George Davis, Wilmington. 

Camp No. 15 — Johnston-Pettigrew, Asheville. 

Camp No. 17 — Henry Wyatt, Winston. 

Camp No. 23 — Stonewall Jackson, Charlotte. 

Camp No. 70— William Shipp, Henderson- 
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Camp No. 142— Slngletary-Pettigrew, Wash- 
ington. 

Camp No. 166 — Harry Burgwyn, Raleigh. 

Camp No. 168 — Hector McKethan, Fayette- 
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Camp No. 171 — Joe Cash, Oxford. 

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

Camp No. 216 — Alf, Rowland, Rowland. 

Camp No. 229 — Cabarrus County, Concord. 

SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR VETERANS. 

COMMANDER— E. R. MacKethan, Fayette- 
ville Camp. 
ADJUTANT— N. H. MacGeachy. 

UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CON- 
FEDERACY. 

Mrs. R. E. Little, Pres., Wadesboro. 

Miss Daisy Denson, first vice-president, 
Raleigh. 

Mrs. Thos. L. Craig, second vice-president, 
Gastonia. 

Mrs. Latta Johnson, third vice-president, 
Charlotte. 

.ATis Thad W. Thrash, Secretary, Tarboro. 

Mrs. E. J. Ingram, Corresponding Secre- 
tary, Wadesboro. 

Miss Margaret Etheredge, Treasurer, Selma. 

Mrs. Felix Harvey, Registrar, Kinston. 

Mrs. H. E .Reid, Recorder of X's, Lincoln- 
ton. 

Miss Georgia Hicks. Historian, Faison. 

Miss Winifred Faison, Asst. Historian, 
Faison. 

Miss Kate McKimmon, Chaplain, Raleigh. 

Mrs. Gordon Finger, Director Kid's Chap- 
ter, Charlotte. 

HONORARY PRESIDENTS— Mrs. W. M. 
Parsley, Wilmington; Mrs. Stonewall Jackson, 
Charlotte; Mrs. Jas M. Freeman, Salisbury; 
Mrs E. E. Moffitt, Richmond. Va. ; Mrs. Wm. 
D. Pender, Tarboro; Mrs. J .Bryan Grimes, 
Raleigh ; Mrs. R. F. Hoke, Raleigs. 

HONORARY VICE-PRESIDEXJTS— Mrs. T. 
J. Jarvis, Greenville; Mrs. Rufus Barringer, 
Charlotte; Mrs. Jno Thorpe, Rocky Mount. 



HONORARY HISTORIANS— Miss Rebecca 
Cameron, Hillsboro. 

HONORARY CHAPLAIN— Miss Hettie 

James, Wilmington. 

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

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

FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT— Mrs. Alfred M. 
Waddell, Wilmington. 

SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT— Mrs. W. T. 
Hines, Kinston. 

THIRD VICE-PRESIDENT— Mrs. Hardin 
Hairston, Winston-Salem. 

RECORDING SECRETARY— Miss Florence 
Hill Kidder, Wilmington. 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY — Mrs. 

Walker Taylor, Wilmington. 

TREASURER— Miss Carrie Moore, Wilming- 
ton. 

REGISTRAR— Mrs. W. X. Harris, Wilming- 
ton. 

I ! I STORIAN— Mrs. M. F. H Gouverneur, 
Wilmington. 

ASST. SECRETARY— Miss Jennie Murchison, 
Wilmington. 

STATE CHAIRMAN OF COUNTY COMMIT- 
TEES — Mrs. William Latimer. Wilmington. 

CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEE ON CLAIMS 
— Miss Mary Sumner Kingsbury, Wilmington 
Life Time Officers. 

FOUNDER AND HONORARY PRESIDENT— 
Mrs. George Wilson Kidder, Wilmington. 

HONORARY PRESIDENT— Mrs. James 
Sprunt, Wilmington 

HONORARY VICE-PRESIDENTS— Mrs. Vir- 
ginia Gwathmey Emple, Mrs. John Wilder 
Atkinson, Wilmington. 

G. A. R. DEPARTMENT OF VIRGINIA AND 
NORTH CAROLINA. 

DEPARTMENT COMMANDER— Charles H. 
Haber, Post 26, National Soldiers' Home, Va 

SENIOR VICE-COMMANDER— Dred Smith, 
Post 7, Portsmouth, Va. 

JUNIOR VICE-COMMANDER— Charles Gran- 
by, Post 4, Norfolk, Va, 

MEDICAL DIRECTOR— George W. Gray, 
Post 64, National Soldiers' Home. 

DEPARTMENT CHAPLAIN— Peter Adams, 
Post 44, National Soldiers' Home. 

JUDGE ADVOCATE— Frances McCabe, Post 
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CHIEF MUSTERING OFFICER— London 
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DEPOSITS received subject to check. 

CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT Issued bearing 4 per cent. Interest. 

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ASSISTANT ADJUTANT AND QUARTER- 
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Post 26, National Soldiers' Home. 

PATRIOTIC INSTRUCTOR — Robert Dorsey, 
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CHIEF OF STAFF— Samuel Whitesides, 
I'm-.! 26, National Soldiers' Home. 

CHIEF BUGLER— E. M. Rudolph, Post 26, 
National Soldiers' Home. 

NORTH CAROLINA PRESS ASSOCIATION. 

PRESIDENT— W. C. Hammer, Ashboro 
Courier. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS— J. 11. Cowan. Wil- 
mington Dispatch; Bion H. Butler. Raeford 
Journal : E. E. Britton, Raleigh News and 
Observer. 

SECRETARY AND TREASURER— J. B. 
Sherrill, Concord Times and Tribune. 

HISTORIAN— B. H. DePriest, Shelby High- 
lander. 

ORATOR— Santford Martin, Winston-Salem 
Journal. 

POET — W. Laurie Hill, Presbyterian Stand- 
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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— W. C. Ham- 
mer, (chm'n), Ashboro Courier: J. B. Sherrill, 
(See)., Concord Times and Tribune; H. A. 
London, Pittsboro Record; R. R. Clark, 
Statesville Landmark; H. B. Varner, Lexing- 
ton Dispatch; J. H. Caine, Asheville Citizen; 
T. J. Lassiter, Smithfield Herald. 



MEDICAL SOCIETY OF NORTH CAROLINA. 

PRESIDENT — L. B. McBrayer, Sanatorium. 

1st VICE-PRESIDENT— J. J. Phillips, Tar- 
boro. 

2nd VICE-PRESIDENT— C. W. Moseley. 
Greensboro. 

3rd VICE-PRESIDENT— S. M. Crowell, 
Charlotte. 

SECRETARY— John A. Ferrell, Washington, 
D. C. 

TREASURER— H. D. Walker, Elizabeth 
City. 

LEADER IN DEBATE— L. B. Evans, Clark- 
ton. 

OHATOR — J. M. Northington, Boardmau. 

ESSAYIST— Mary E. Lapham, Highlands. 

COUNCILLORS— M. L. Stevens, Asheville, 
(Chm'n) ; K. P. B. Bonnes, Morehead City, 
(Sec). First District— J. L. Spurrill, Colum- 
bia: Second, K. P. B. Bonner, Morehead City; 



Third, L. B. Evans, Clarkton; Fourth, M. M. 
Saliba, Wilson; Fifth, Peter John, Laurinburg; 
Sixth, R. L. Felts, Durham; Seventh, A. J. 
Crowell, Charlotte; Eighth, W. M. Jones, 
Greensboro; Ninth, D. J. Hill, Lexington; 
Tenth — M. L. Stevens, Asheville. 

NORTH CAROLINA SECTION OF AMERI- 
CAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

PRESIDENT— J. M. Bell, Chapel Hill. 

VICE-PRESIDENT— J. W. Nowell, Wake 
Forest. 

SECRETARY-TREASURER— C. E. Bell, 
Raleigh. 

REPORTERS— F. E. Karrwith, West Ral- 
eigh; J. S. Downing, Guilford College. 

REPRESENTATIVE IN COUNCIL OF THE 
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY— A. S. 
Wheeler, Chapel Hill. 



ROYAL ARCANUM. 
GRAND REGENT— H. B. Craven, 



New 



Bern. 

GRAND SECRETARY— H. E. Bonitz, Wil- 
mington. 

GRAND TREASURER— Geo. R. Wooten, 
Hickory. 

STATE MEDICAL EXAMINER— Dr. J. 
Howell Way, Waynesville. 

PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION. 

PRESIDENT — Geo. C. Goodman, Moores- 
ville 

FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT— E. L. Tarking- 
ton, Wilson. 

SEC. VICE-PRESIDENT— E. G. Birdsong, 
Raleigh. 

THIRD VICE-PRESIDENT— C. P. Greyer, 
Morganton. 

SECRETARY— J. G. Beard, Chapel Hill. 

TREASURER— G. E. Burwell, Charlotte. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— C D. Sedbury, 
Kelly Bennett, B. S. Warren, F. V. Hunter, 
J. G. Baird, Ex Officio. 

LOCAL SECRETARY— P. W. Vaughan, 
Durham. 

Annual meeting, Durham, June 15, 16, and 
17, 1915. 

NORTH CAROLINA BOARD OF PHARMACY. 

PRESIDENT— E. V. Zoeller, Tarboro. 
SECRETARY AND TREASURER— F. W. 
Hancock, Oxford. 

Ira W. Rose, Rocky Mount. 
W. W. Home, Fayetteville. 
James P. Stowe, Charlotte. 



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at Raleigh, Tuesday, June S, 1915. 

NORTH CAROLINA DENTAL SOCIETY. 

PRESIDENT— J. A. Sinclair, Asheville. 

FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT— R. T. Gallagher. 
Washington. 

SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT— W. F. Nickel. 
Hendersonville. 

SECRETARY— R. M. Squires, Wake Forest. 

TREASURER — R. M. Morrow. Burlington. 

ESSAYIST— J. A. McClung, Winston-Salem. 

EXAM1NG BOARD— .1. M. Fleming. Pres., 
Raleigh; F. L. Hunt, Sec. Asheville; ('. A. 
Thompson, Wilson; J. S. Spurgeon, Hillsboro; 
J. N. Johnson, Goldsboro; J. H. Wheeler, 
Greensboro. 

SUPERVISOR OF CLINICS— J. A. Sinclair. 
Asheville. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— D. L. James 
(Chm'n), Greenville; J. S. Spurfleon, Hillsboro; 
C. F. Smithson. Rocky Mount. 

ETHICS— P. E. Horton, Winston-Salem; L. 
V. Henderson, Oxford; .1. M. Parker, Asheville. 

ORAL HYGIENE— J. C. Watkins, Winston- 
Salem; L. L. Dameron. New Bern: G. W. 
Whitsett, Greensboro. 

AUDITING COMMITTEE— P. R. Fall, Gas- 
tonia; S. R. Watson, Henderson; T. A. Apple, 
Winston-Salem. 

PUBLISHING COMMITTEE— J. Martin 
Fleming, Raleigh. 

PROSECUTING COMMITTEE— S. R. Hor- 
ton, Raleigh. 

LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE— D. H. Davis, 
Oxford; F. L. Hunt, Asheville: J. X. Johnson, 
Goldsboro. 



NORTH CAROLINA BAR ASSOCIATION. 

PRESIDENT— J. Crawford Biggs, Raleigh. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS— Julius C. Martin. 
Asheville; Frank Nash, Hillsboro; Henry A. 
Grady, Clinton. 

SECRETARY AND TREASURER— Thos. W. 
Davis. Wilmington: 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— D. L. Ward. 
New Bern, (Chm'n).; A. W. Cook, Greens- 
boro; E. M. Laud. Goldsboro; J. Crawford 
Biggs, Ex Officio. Raleigh; Clement Manly. 
Winston-Salem; Harry Skinner, Greenville; A. 
B. Andrews. Jr., Raleigh ;Thos. W. Davis, Sec, 
(Ex Officio). Wilmington. 

NORTH CAROLINA STATE FEDERATION 
OF LABOR. 

PRESIDENT— O. R. Jarrett. Asheville. 

FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT— George T. Nor- 
wood. Raleigh. 

SECRETARY-TREASURER — Samuel Wal- 
drop. Asheville. 

EXECUTIVE BOARD— P. TJ. Haymond. 
Hendersonville; Leo Sugg, Asheville; I. A. 
Pike. Winston -Salem; W. H. Singleton. Ral- 
eigh; A. J. Williams, Greensboro. 

ASSOCIATION OF CITY SCHOOL SUPERIN- 
TENDENTS. 

PRESIDENT— A T. Allen, Salisbury. 
VICE-PRESIDENT— Joe Wray, Gastonla. 
SECRETARY— H. B. Harding, Charlotte. 

THE NORTH CAROLINA BANKERS' ASSO- 
TION. 

PRESIDENT — Thos. E .Cooper. President 
American National Bank, Wilmington. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS— J. L. Armfleld, Pres 
ident Bank of Thomasville, Thomasville: W. 



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Frank K. Thomson 
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER 

Masonic Temple, Raleigh, N. C. 

CAPITAL, CITY PHOXK: OFFICE, 337; RESIDENCE, 977-M. 



S. Blakemy. President Bank of Union, 
Monroe; W. B. Drake, Jr., Cashier Merchants 
.National Bank, Raleigh. 

SECRETARY AND TREASURER— William 
A Bunt, Cashier Citizens Bank, Henderson. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— E. C. Ilea,' 
Cashier Bank of Edenton, Edenton; J. B. 
Ramsey, President First National Bank, Rocky 
Mount; T. A. Uzzell, Cashier Peoples Bank, 
New Bern; F. N. Edgerton, President Farmers 
and Merchants Bank, Louisburg; A. L. Davis, 
Cashier First National Bank, Burlington; C. E. 
Taylor, President Wilmington Savings and 
Trust Co., Wilmington; I. F. Craven, Cashier 
Bank of Ramseur, Ramseur; W. H. Worth, 
Cashier Bank of Ashe, Jefferson; E. A. Ander- 
son, Cashier Independence Trust Co., Charlotte; 
J. R. Long, Cashier Bryson City Bank, Bryson 
City; Geo. A. Holderness, President Farmers 
Bank and Trust Co., Tarboro. 

NORTH CAROLINA TEACHERS' ASSEMBLY. 

PRESIDENT— Miss Mary O. Graham, Char- 
lotte. . , 

VICE-PRESIDENT— Robt. H. Wright, 

Greenville. 

SECRETARY-TREASURER— E. E. Sams, 
Raleigh. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— C. C. Wright, 
Hunting Creek; E. D. Pusey, Durham; C. 
\Y. Massey, Durham; M. B. Dry, Cary; Miss 
Sallie Bethune, Charlotte; J. H. Highsmith, 
Wake Forest; Miss Mary O. Graham, ex 
officio; Robt H. Wright, ex officio; E. E. 
Sams, ex officio. 

STATE LITERARY AND HISTORICAL 
ASSOCIATION. 

PRESIDENT — Clarence Poe, Raleigh. 

FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT— Miss Minnie 
W. Leatherman, Raleigh. 

SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT— S. A. Ashe, 
Washington, D. C. _ 

THIRD VICE-PRESIDENT— J. G. de R. 
Hamilton, Chapel Hill. 

SECRETARY-TREASURER— R. D. W. Con- 
nor, Raleigh. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE — Howard E. 
Rondthaler, Winston-Salem; J. L. Chambers, 
Charlotte; A. W. McLean, Maxton; Jno. F. 
Bruton, Wilson; T. M. Pittmaii, Henderson. 

NORTH CAROLINA POULTRY BREEDERS 
ASSOCIATION. 

PRESIDENT— Walter R. Byford, Charlotte. 

FIRST VICE- PRESIDENT— Hayden Clem- 
ent, Salisbury. 

SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT— A. A. Ray, 
Siler City. 

SECRETARY-TREASURER— J. T. Bland, 
Raleigh. 

ELECTION COMMISSIONER— F. H. Nichol- 
son, Greensboro. 



EXECUTIVE BOARD— J. P. Swift, Waynes- 
ville; D. L. Christian, Rocky Mount; R. A. 
Cooper, Statesville; H. E. Cain, Troutman; 
Jas. P. Kerr, Haw River. 

STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

PRESIDENT — J. Van Lindley, Pomona. 

VICE-PRESIDENT— O. W. Blacknall, Kit- 
trell. 

SECRETARY— W. N. Hutt, Raleigh. 

DISTRICT VICE-PRESIDENTS— George N. 
Ives. New Bern; Boiling Hall, Waynesville. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— The President 
and Secretary, ex-orricio; Charles A. Webb, 
Asheville; J. A. Brown, Chadbourn; J. B. 
Sparger, Mt. Airy. 

NORTH CAROLINA FARMERS' STATE 
ALLIANCE. 

PRESIDENT— J. H. Evans, Harrells. 

YUK-PRESIDENT— J. P. Carr, Haw River. 

SECRETARY-TREASURER AND STATE 
BUSINESS AGENT— A. E. Evans, Hillsboro. 

LECTURER— H. M. Cates, Graham, R. 2. 

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

STEWARD— J. C. Bain, Wade. 

DOOR-KEEPER — George T. Lane, Greens- 
boro. 

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS— H.. H. Thompson, 
Hillsboro. 

TRUSTEE B. A. FUND— H. E. Thompson, 
Statonsburg. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— John Graham 
(Chm'n), Warrenton;T. J. Oldham, Mebane, 
R. F. D. No. 2; John A. Davis, Tarboro; 
Charles F. Cates. Mebane; J. W. Denmark, 
Raleigh. 

THE FARMERS' UNION. 
North Carolina Division. 

PRESIDENT— Dr. H .Q. Alexander, Mat- 
thews. 

VICE-PRESIDENT— Dr. J. M. Templetoa 
Cary. 

SECRETARY-TREASURER— E. C. Faires, 
Aberdeen. 

STATE ORGANIZER— J. Z. Green, Marsh 
ville. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— W. B. Gibson 
(Chm'n), Statesville; Clarence Poe, Raleigh; R. 
W. H. Stone, Greensboro; W.'H. Moore, Farm- 
ville; C. C. Wright, Hunting Creek. 

NORTH CAROLINA ARCHITECTURAL 
ASSOCIATION. 

PRESIDENT— Franklin Gordon, Charlotte. 

VICE-PRESIDENT — O. D. Wheeler, Char- 
lotte. 

SECRETARY AND TREASURER— Harry 
Barton, Greensboro. 



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Frank B. Simpson 

Architect 



2nd Floor 
Home Building. 



RALEIGH, N. C. 



DIRECTORS — Franklin Gordon, Charlotte: O. 
D. Wheeler. Charlotte; Louis H. Ashury, Char- 
lotte; J. H. Leitner, Wilmington. 

FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 

PRESIDENT — L. F. Zeigler. Edenton. 

FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT— W. L. Bell, 
Concord. 

SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT— F. H. Vogler, 
Winston-Salem. 

THIRD VICE-PRESIDENT— J. L. Stephen, 
Lumberton. 

SECRETARY-TREASURER— J. Robert Wood, 
Oxford. 

STATE EMBALMERS BOARD. 

PRESIDENT— J. M. Harry, Charlotte. 
SECRETARY— H. G. Rowe, Weldon 
Dr. Richard Lewis, Raleigh. 
Dr. T. E. Anderson, Statesville. 
Dr. J. H. Way, Statesville. 

STATE FIREMEN'S ASSOCIATION. 

PRESIDENT— James D. McNeill, Fayette 
ville. 

FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT— A. H. Boyden 
Salisbury. 

SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT— A. M. Clarke 
Southern Pinee, N. C. 

TREASURER— Charles Schnibbens, Wilming- 
ton. 

SECRETARY -^John L. Miller, Concord 

STATISTICIAN— M. S. Davis, Louisburtr. 

GRAND LODGE I. 0. 0. F. 

GRAND MASTER— W. F. Evans, Green- 
ville. 

DEPUTY GRAND MASTER— Thos. L. 
Green. Waynesville. 

GRAND WARDEN — Guy Weaver, Asheville. 

GRAND SECRETARY— B. H. Woodell, 
Raleigh. 

GRAND TREASURER— R. J. Jones, Wil- 
mington. 

GRAND REPRESENTATIVE— C. Dewey, 
Goldsboro. 

GRAND REPRESENTATIVE— M. L. Ship- 
man. Raleigh. 

GRAND CHAPLAIN— Rev. Z. Paris. Dur- 
ham 

GRAND MARSHAL— Dr. John R. Woltz, 
Dobson. 

GRAND CONDUCTOR— R. N. Lee, Durham. 

GRAND GUARDIAN— K. Kendall, Shelby. 

GRAND HERALD— Calvin Woodard, Wil- 

OFFICERS OF THE ORPHANS HOME— 
Prof. E. Lee, Wagoner, Superintendent; C. G. 
Smith, Secretary-Treasurer. 

TRUSTEES — Marcus W. Jacobi, Wilming- 



ton; C. B. Edwards, Raleigh; Dr. L. B. Mc- 
Brayer. Aberdeen; C. Dewey, Goldsboro; W. II. 
Overton, Durham; W. A. J. Peacock, Golds- 
boro; W. F. Evans, ex efflcio, Greenville. 

COMMITTEE ON BY-LAWS— B. H. Woodell, 
Grand Secretary, ex-offlcio, Raleigh. 

COMMITTEE ON MILEAGE— II. T. Green- 
leaf, Chairman, Elizabeth City 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE AND AID— 
George Green, Chairman, New Bern; Wm. L. 
Smith. Wilmington; R. W. Murray, Greens- 
boro. 

COMMITTEE ON PRINTING— B. H. 
Woodell. Grand Secretary, ex-offlcio, Raleigh; 
C. B. Edwards, Raleigh; W. G. Briggs, Ral- 
eigh. 

COMMITTEE ON RETURNS AND RE- 
PORTS— J. C. Walker, Chairman, Cary 

SPECIAL COMMITTEE TO APPEAL FOR 
STATE ORPHANAGE — Rev. Z. Paris, Chair- 
man, Durham; Dr. L. B. MeBrayer, Aberdeen 
Gen. B. S. Royster, Oxford. 

Officers of Rebekah State Assembly. 

PRESIDENT— Mrs. Cora C. Littleton, Wil 
mington. 

VICE-PRESIDENT — Miss Bessie Turner 
Gover 

WARDEN— Mrs. Annie Baum, Poplar 
Branch. 

SECRETARY— Miss Pattie E. Beck, Winston- 
Salem. 

TREASURER — Mrs. Hattie R. Whitaker, 
Hendersonville. 

CHAPLAIN — Mrs. Mabel Garrison, Wilming- 
ton. 

MARSHAL — Mrs. Winnie Mikael, Summit 

CONDUCTOR— Mrs. Carrie Stanley, Winston- 
Salem. _ 

INSIDE GUARDIAN— Miss Lillian Byrd, 
Asheville. 

OUTSIDE GUARDIAN— Mrs. C. B. Taylor, 
Wilson. 

The next session of the Assembly will be 
held in Hendersonville, Tuesday, May is. 1915 
SOVEREIGN GRAND LODGE DIRECTORY. 

GRAND SIRE— Robert T. Daniel. Griffin, 
Ga. 

DEPUTY GRAND SIRE— J. B. A. Robert- 
son, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

GRAND SECRETARY — John B. Goodwin. 1". 
G. S., Baltimore, Md. 

GRAND TREASURER— M. Richards Mm 
kle, Philadelphia, Penn. 

Crand Encampment. 

GRAND— PATRIARCH— K. Kendall. Shelby. 

GRAND HIGH PRIEST— W. B. Bagwell, 
Durham. 

GRAND SENIOR WARDEN— H. T. Green 
leaf, Elizabeth City. 

GRAND SCR1BK — I'irrin Busbee, Raleigh. 



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& SON = 



DURHAM, N. C. 



A SPECIALTY 



GRAND JUNIOR WARDEN— J. C. Bessent, 
Winston-Salem. 

GRAND REPRESENTATIVES— E. B. Strad- 
l'Y. David Gaster, Fayetteville. 

GRAND SENTINEL— J. B. Mauney, Shelby. 

GRAND TREASURER— Jno. E. W<x>d. Wilm. 

GRAND MARSHAL— J. L. Wade, Fayette- 
ville. 

GRAND OUTSIDE SKXTINEI^M. E. Hern- 
don, High Point. 

GRAND LODGE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

si PREME REPRESENTATIVES— J. L. 
Scott, .lr., Graham; A. S. Barnard, Asheville. 

GRAND CHANCELLOR— J. G. Baird, 
Charlotte. 

GRAND VICE-CHANCELLOR— A. H. Hol- 
land, Winston-Salem. 

GRAND PRELATE— Rev. R. B. Owen, 
Rocky Mount. 

GRAND KEEPER OF RECORDS AND 
SEAL— \V. T. Hollowell, Goldsboro. 

GRAND MASTER OF EXCHEQUER— John 
C. Mills, Rutherfordton. 

GRAM) MASTER AT ARMS— G. W. Brit- 
tian, Reidsville. 

GRAND INNER GUARD— W. L. Stamey, 
High Point. 

GRAND OUTER GUARD— C. G. Saaser, 
Mount Olive. 

STATE DEPUTY GRAND CHANCELLOR— 
William W. Wilson, Raleigh. 

EDITOR CAROLINA PYTHIAN— Thos. D. 
Meares, Wilmington. 

BUSINESS MGR. CAROLINA PYTHIAN— 
G. Herbert Smith, Acme. 

TRUSTEES OK PYTHIAN HOME— Geo. L. 
Hackney, Lexington, (Chm'n) ; J. D. Pridgen, 
Durham, Secretary; Charles Dewey, Goldsboro; 
G. Herbert Smith, Acme; Thos. H. Webb, 
Dulu-; ('has. W. Horn, Clayton. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PYTHIAN HOME— 
C. W. Pender, Clayton. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE DE- 
PARTMENT— Geo. H. Royster, Greensboro. 
Dramatic Order Knights of Khorassan. 

SUEZ TEMPLE NO. 73 CHARLOTTE— 
Royal Vizier, David Ovens, Charlotte; Vener- 
able Sheik, A. D. Glascock, Charlotte; Mahedi, 
E. W. Pharr, Charlotte; Grand Emir, A. B. 
Justice, Charlotte; Secretary, W. O. Gaffney, 
Charlotte. 

REPRESENTATIVES TO IMPERIAL PAL- 
ACE — Geo. L. Hackney, Lexington; J. G. Baird, 
L. L. Caudle, Charlotte. 



GRAND LODGE OF MASONS. 
GRAND MASTER— F. P. Hobgood, 



Jr., 

An- 

L. 



Greensboro, N. C. 

DEPUTY GRAND MASTER— A. B. 
drews, Raleigh 

SENIOR GRAND WARDEN— Dr. C. 
Pridgen, Wilmington. 

JUNIOR GRAND WARDEN— Geo. S. Nor- 
fleet, Winston-Salem. 

GRAND TREASURER— Leo D. Heartt, Ral- 
eigh. 



('■RAND SECRETARY— Jno. C. Drewry, Ral- 
eigh. 

GRAND CHAPLAIN— Melton Clark, Greens- 
boro. 

GRAND LECTURER— R. F. Edwards, Crump- 
ler. It. 1. 

SENIOR GRAND DEACON— Henry A. 
Grady, Clinton. 

JUNIOR GRAND DEACON— J. C. Braswell, 
Whitakers. 

GRAND MARSHALL— J. Bailey Owen, Hen- 
derson. 

GRAND SWORD BEARER— Jas. H. Webb, 
Hillsboro. 

GRAND PURSUIVANT— Hubert M. Poteat. 
Wake Forest. 

GRAND STEWARDS— R. C. Dunn, Enfield; 
L. E. Clark, Minneapolis. 

GRAND TILER— Robt. H. Bradley, Raleigh. 

AUDITOR— R. T. Gowan, Raleigh. 

HISTORIAN— M. DeLancey Haywood, Ral- 
eigh. 

ASSISTANT GRAND SECRETARY— W. W. 
WiUson, Raleigh. 

CUSTODIANS— J. E. Cameron, (chm'n), 
Kinston; Leon Cash, Winston-Salem; S. N. 
iioyce, Gastonia. 

ASSISTANT GRAND LECTURERS— J. W. 
Rowell, Waxhaw; J. W. Patton, Elon College; 
W. C. Wicker, Elon College; W. W. Holland, 
Charles. 

OFFICERS GRAND CHAPTER ROYAL ARCH 
MASONS. 

GRAND HIGH PRIEST— Albert S. Guerard, 
Asheville. 

DEPUTY GRAND HIGH PRIEST— George 

S. Xorfleet, Winston-Salem. 

GRAND KING— Harry E Reid, Lincolnton. 

GRAND SCRIBE— Orpheus W. Spencer, 
Salisbury. 

GRAND TREASURER— Edward B. Neave. 
Salisbury. 

GRAND SECRETARY— John B. Griggs, 
Elizabeth City. 

GRAND SECRETARY (Emeritus)— James C. 
Munds, Wilmington. 

GRAND CAPTAIN OF HOSTS— Joseph F. 
Rhen, New Bern. 

GRAND PRINCIPAL SOJOURNER— Reuben 
H. Pickett, Wilmington. 

GRAND ROYAL ARCH CAPTAIN— John J. 
Phoenix, Greensboro. 

GRAND MASTER THIRD VEIL— Edwin 
Gladman, South Pines. 

GRAND MASTER SECOND VEIL— John H. 
Anderson, Fayetteville. 

GRAND MASTER FIRST VEIL— L. E. 
Clark, Minneapolis. 

GRAND CHAPLAIN— Rev. Morrison Bethea, 
Williamston. 

GRAND SENTINEL— Robert H. Bradley, 
Raleigh. 

The Sixty-seventh annual convocation will be 
held in the city of Asheville the second Tues- 
day in May, 1915. 



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RALEIGH, N. C. 

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



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



GRAND COMMANDERY KNIGHTS TEMP- 
LAR. 

GRAND COMMANDER— Orpheus W. Spencer. 
Salisbury. 

DEPUTY GRAND COMMANDER— Cornelius 
M. Vanstory, Greensboro. 

GRAND GENERALISSIMO— Joseph F. 

Rhem. New Bern. 

GRAND CAPTAIN GENERAL— John E. 
Cameron, Kinston. 

GRAND SENIOR WARDEN— Albert S. 
Guerard, Ashcville. 

GRAND JUNIOR WARDEN— H. A. Murrill, 
Asheville. 

GRAND TREASURER— Edward B. Neave, 
Salisbury. 

GRAND RECORDER (Emeritus) — James C. 
Munds, Wilmington. 

GRAND RECORDER— Dr. John B. Griggs, 
Elizabeth City. 

GRAND STANDARD BEARER— George S. 
Norfleet, Winston-Salem. 

GRAND SWORD BEARER— Leo D. Heartt, 
Raleigh. 

GRAND WARDEN — John H. Anderson, 
Fayetteville. 

GRAND CAPTAIN OF THE GUARD— R. II. 
Bradley, Raleigh. 

GRAND PRELATE— Sir and Rev. W. R. 
Ware, Salisbury. 

GRAND INSPECTOR— B. H. Stephens, 
Wilmington. 

GRAND COUNCIL ROYAL AND SELECT 
MASTERS. 

MOST ILLUSTRIOUS GRAND MASTER— 
S. R. Dunn, Kinston. 

RIGHT ILLUSTRIOUS DEPUTY GRAND 
MASTER— Joseph F. Rhem, New Bern. 

RIGHT ILLUSTRIOUS GRAND PRINCIPAL 
CONDUCTOR OF THE WORK— Reuben H. 
Pickett, Wilmington. 

RIGHT ILLUSTRIOUS GRAND TREASUR- 
ER — Edward B. Neave, Salisbury. 

RIGHT ILLUSTRIOUS GRAND RECORDER 
EMERITUS— James C. Munds. Wilmington. 

GRAND RECORDER— John B. Griggs, Eliza- 
beth City. 

GRAND CHAPLAIN— Rev. Morrison Bethea, 
Williams ton. 

GRAND CAPTAIN OF THE GUARD— John 
W. Petty, Greensboro. 



GRAND CONDUCTOR OF COUNCIL— A. M. 
Maupin, Raleigh. 

GRAND STEWARD— W. B. Strachan, Salis- 
bury. 

GRAND SENTINEL— R. H. Bradley, Raleigh. 

THE TRI-STATE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 
OF THE CAROLINAS AND VIRGINIA. 

(Founded in 1S99.) 

PRESIDENT— Dr. E. C. Register, Charlotte. 

VICE-PRESIDENT— Dr. J. Allison Hodges, 
Richmond, Va. ; Dr. Chas. T. Harper, Wil- 
mington; Dr. F. H. McLeod. Florence, S. C. 

SECRETARY-TREASURER— Dr. R. E. 

Hughes, Laurens, S. C. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL— Dr. J. Sheltorj 
Horsley, Richmond, Va. ; Dr. R. B. Epting, 
Greenwood, S. C. ; Dr. D. A. Stanton, High 
Point : Dr. James H. Culpepper, Norfolk, Va. ; 
Dr. Southgate Leigh, Norfolk, Va. ; Dr. A. E. 
Baker, Charleston, S. C. ; Dr. D. T. Tayloe, 
Washington; Dr. W. W. Fennell, Rock Hill. S. 
C. ; Dr. J. Howell Way, Waynesville. 

Next Meeting, Charleston. S. C, July 17, 
1915. 

JR. 0. U. A. M. 

JR. P. C— J. W. Sechrest. High Point. 

COUNCILOR— Paul Jones, Tarboro. 

VICE-COUNCILOR— W. A. Cooper, Ral- 
eigh. 

SECRETARY— Sam F. Vance. Winston- 
Salem. 

ASST. SECRETARY— I. P. Davis, Milton. 

TREASURER— Geo. V. Fulf. Kernersville. 

CONDUCTOR — J. W. Maddox, Durham. 

WARDEN— C. L. Sands, Reidsville. 

IN'SIDE SENTINEL— H. O. Saff, Winslon- 
Salem. 

OUTSIDE SENTINEL— C. V. Tally. Bear 
Creek. 

CHAPLAIN— W. E. Anderson, Wendell. 

B. P. 0. ELKS. 

MEMBER GRAND LODGE COMMITTEE ON 
TUBERCULOSIS— Jas. !•'. l'erivll. Raleigh. 

EASTERN DISTRICT DEPUTY— R. Jack 
Smith, Goldsboro Lodge, 139. 

WESTERN DISTRICT DEPUTY— W. E. 
Cline. Concord Lodge. 857. 

PRESIDENT OF ASSOCIATION W. H. 
Beardshy, Charlotte Lodge, 392. 



SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS 



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FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT— Arthur Lyon, 
High Point Lodge, 1115. 

SECRETARY AND TREASURER— Thomas 
J. Keho, New Bern, 764. 

ORDER OF THE CINCINNATI. 

PRESIDENT— Wilson G. Lamb. William- 
ston. 

VICE-PRESIDENT— John Collins Daves, 
Baltimore, Md. 

SECRETARY— Marshall DeLancey Hay- 
wood. Raleigh. 

ASSISTANT SECRETARY— John Bradley 
Lord, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

TREASURER— Walter DeLyle Carstarphen, 
Plymouth. 

ASSISTANT TREASURER— Bennehan Cam- 
eron. Raleigh. 

CHAPLAIN — Rt. Rev. Joseph Blount 
Cheshire, Raleigh. 

NORTH CAROLINA SOCIETY OF THE SONS 
OF THE REVOLUTION. 

PRESIDENT — J. Bryan Grimes, Raleigh. 

VICE-PRESIDENT — Bennehan Cameron, 
Stagville. 

SECRETARY — Marshall DeLancey Haywood, 
Raleigh. 

REGISTRAR— William E. Stone, Raleigh. 

TREASURER— Graham H. Andrews. Raleigh. 

CHAPLAIN — Rev. Robert Brent Drane, 
Edenton. 

BOARD OF MANAGERS— The above officers, 
ex-offlcio, and Alexander Boyd Andrews, Jr. 
(Chm'n), Raleigh; Collier Cobb, Chapel Hill; 
Charles Earl Johnson, Raleigh; Thomas Maslin, 
Winston-Salem; James O. Carr, Wilmington; 
Walter W. Watt, Charlotte: Frank Nash, 
Hillsboro; Frank O. Moring, Raleigh. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA SOCIETY OF THE 
DAUGHTERS OF THE REVOLUTION. 

(Organized in Raleigh, Oct. 19, 1896.) 

(The National General Society organized In 

New York, Aug. 20, 1891.) 

STATE REGENT— Miss Mary Hillard Hin- 
ton, Raleigh. 

VICE-REGENT— Mrs. Marshall Williams, 
Faison. 

REGISTRAR— Miss Sarah W. Ashe, Raleigh. 

TREASURER— Mrs. Charles Lee Smith, 
Raleigh. 

RECORDING SECRETARY— Mrs. L. E. 
Covington, Raleigh. 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY— Mrs. Paul 
H. Lee, Raleigh. 

COUSTODIAN OF RELICS— Mrs. John E. 
Ray, Raleigh. 

LIBRARIAN— Miss Grace Bates, Raleigh. 

BOARD OF MANAGERS— Mrs. Annie 

Moore Parker, Raleigh; Mrs. J. Leigh Skinner, 
Miss Martha H. Haywood. Miss Grace Bates. 
Chapters and Regents N. C. D. rt. 

"Penlope Barker," Edenton — Mrs. Patrick 
Mathew. 

"Sir Walter Raleigh," Elizabeth City — Miss 
Katherine Albertson. 

"BloonLsberry Chapter", Raleigh — Mrs. Hubert 
Haywood. Regent; Miss Martha H. Haywood, 
Vice-Regent; Miss Grace Bates, Secretary. 

Junior Chapter, "Virginia Dare," Elizabeth 
City — Miss Kate Fauntleroy Albertson, Junior 
Director. 

"Roanoke," Windsor — Mrs. J. C. Sawyer. 

Regent. 1896-1902. Mrs. Spier Whitaker. 
Died November 28, 1911. 

Regent, 1902-1903. Mrs. D. H. Hill. 

Regent. 1903-1906. Mrs. T. K. Bruner. 

Resent, 1906-1909, Mrs. E. E. Moffitt. 



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NORFOLK SOUTHERN 
RAILROAD 

SERVES THIRTY-FIVE COUNTIES 

IN 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Connects Norfolk and the Carolina Coast Country With Charlotte 
and the Plains of the Piedmont 

COVERS NORTH CAROLINA LiIKE A BLANKET. 

The new Norfolk Southern System, with over nine hundred 
miles of main and branch line trackage, now gives the Old North 
State a service unequalled in its history. 

The productions from the East, from the truck fields, the Sounds 
and the Ocean, will now be in quick touch with the enterprising 
country of the West, the sand hill section, the lands of fruit, grain 
and minerals. 

QUICK TRANSPORTATION and the possibility for the exchange 
of products will work greatly to the advantage of both the East 
and the West portions of the country, now so closely linked together 
by the Norfolk Southern System. 

IN CORN PRODUCTION North Carolina has records that lead 
the world. Within the State there are over 3,000,000 acres of un- 
developed lands, typical corn growing soils, awaiting the expe- 
rienced corn growers of the West, to change idle acres into rich 
producing farms. 

CORN AND COTTON JOIN HANDS IN NORTH CAROLINA. 

The Soil, Climate and Rainfall conditions of the State combine 
for the favorable growing of both Corn and Cotton, a condition 
elsewhere unknown. 

THE GREAT ADVANTAGES of the Carolina territory served 
by the Norfolk Southern, can be better understood by correspond- 
ing with the Industrial Department of the railroad at Norfolk. 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION concerning manufacturing loca- 
tions, timber supplies, farm lands, and resort points, will gladly be 
furnished for the asking. Address: 

B. E. RICE, General Industrial Agent 

NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 

NORFOLK, VA. 



SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS 



DAUGHTERS OF AMERICAN REVOLUTION 
IN NORTH CAROLINA. 

VICE-PRESIDENT GENERAL NATIONAL 

sci ill", i>. a. I! Mrs, John Van Landing- 
ham, Charlotte. 

EX- VICE-PRESIDE NT GENERALS— Mrs. 
Lindsay Patterson, Winston-Salem; Mrs Ed 
win (i. Gregory, Salisbury. 

STATE REGENT— Mrs. William N. Rey- 
nolds. Winston-Salem. 

HONORARY STATE REGENTS- -Mrs. E. D. 
Latta, Charlotte; Mrs. John VanLandingham. 

STATE VICE-REGENT— Mrs. A. L. Smith, 
Charlotte 

RECORDING SECRETARY Mrs. John F. 
Wiley, Durham. 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY— Mrs. Ed- 
win Overman, Salisbury. 

TREASURER- Mrs. Cora Vail, Taylorsville. 

HISTORIAN Mi s Cordelia l'liifer, Char- 
lotte. 

CHAPLAIN— Mrs. Geo. Phifer Erwin, Mor- 
ganton. 

Chapters and Regents. 

"Charlotte." at Charlotte— Regent, Mrs* 
L. E. Orr. 

"Council Oak." Morganton — Regent, Mrs. 
.1. Ernest Erwin. 

"Dorcas Bell Lore," Waynesville — Regent, 
Mrs. M. W. Way. 

"Edlard Buncombe," — Regent, Mrs. T. S. 
Morrison. 

"Elizabeth Maxwell Steele," Salisbury — Re- 
gent, Mrs. Edwin C. Gregory. 

"Fort Dobbs," Statesville — Regent, Mrs. 
L. D. Henkel. 

"Guilford Battle," Greensboro — Regent, 
Dorian Blair. 

"Gen. Joseph Winston," Winston- Salem — 
Regent. Miss Edna Marlin. 

"Halifax Convention," Cnarlotte— Regent, 
Mrs. Edward Carson. 

"Liberty Hall." Charlotte— Regent, Mrs- 
C. B. Bryant. 

"Elizabeth Montford Ash," Halifax — Regent, 
Miss Ursala Daniel. 

"Mary Slocumb," Mooresville — Regent, Mrs 
George Goodman. 

"Mecklenburg" Chapter, Charlotte — Regent, 
Mrs. C. L. Keesler. 

"Miles Harvey," Tarboro — Regent, Mrs. 
Frank Powell. 

"Thomas Polk," Charlotte — Regent, Mrs. 
J. P. Elliott. 

"Whitmel Blount," Henderson — Regent, Mrs. 
W. O. Shannan. 

"Major Reading Biount." Washington — Re- 
gent, Miss Lida T. Rodman. 

"Gen. Wm. Davis." Durham — Regent, Mrs. 
Lizzie Morehead Wiley. 

NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL 
SOCIETY. 

OFFICERS— E. J. Parish, Pres., Durham: 
Joseph E. Pogue, Secretary, Raleigh; C. B. 
Denson, Treasurer, Raleigh. 

PERMANENT VICE-PRESIDENTS; EX- 
PRESIDENTS OF SOCIETY— Kemp P. Battle, 
Chapel Hill; J. S. Carr, Durham; W. R. Cox, 
Penelo; Benehan Cameron, Raleigh; J. S. 
Cunningham, Durham; J. A. Long, Roxboro; 
E. L. Daughtridge, Rocky Mount; J. H. Currie, 
Fayetteville. 

DISTRICT VICE-PRESIDENTS— First, J. 
M. Forehand, Tyner; Second, C. W. Mitchell, 
Goldsboro; Third, J. M. Mitchell, Goldsboro; 
Fourth, J. Bailey Owen, Henderson; Fifth, L. 
Banks Holt, Graham; Sixth, Thos. McBryde, 
Raeford; Seventh, H. B. Varner, Lexington; 
Eighth, Thos. D. Brown. Salisbury; Ninth, S. 
B. Alexander, Charlotte; Tenth, B. P. Howell, 
Waynesville. 



VT.CE-PRESDDENT-AT-LARGE— W. A. Gra- 
ham, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— C. H. Allen, 
Auburn; A. 15. Andrews, Raleigh; F. B. 
Arendell, Raleigh: Ashby L. Baker, Raleigh; 
C. I!. Barbee, Raleigh: K. W. Barnes. Luca- 
nia: R. B. Bovd, Warrenton; W. C. Brewer. 
Waki Forest; J. A. Bryan, New Bern; H. G. 
Chatham, Elldn; Walter Clark, Raleigh: L. S. 
Covington, Rockingham; A. L. Cox, Raleigh; 
Governor Locke Craig, Raleigh; R. A. Dough- 
ton, Sparta: John C. Drewry, Raleigh: J. F. 
Ferrall, Raleigh; A. W. Graham.- Oxford: J. 
0. W. Gravely, Rocky Mount; J. Bryan 
('.lines. Raleigh; N. G. Gulley, Wake Forest; 
P. II. Ilanes. Winston-Salem: J. A. Harris, 
B iro; J. C. L. Harris. Raleigh; Leo D. 

II. aril. Raleigh; D.' H. Hill, West Raleigh; 
R. B. Holman, Timberlake; George E. Hood, 
Goldsboro; C. W. Home, Clayton; Carey J. 
Hunter, Raleigh; Dr. D. L. James, Greenville; 
C. W. Johnston, Chapel Hill: W. N. Jones, 
Raleigh; B. W. Kilgore. West Raleigh; W. W 
Kitchen, Raleigh; J. J. Laughlnghouse, Green- 
ville: Julius Lewis, Raleigh; J. Van Lindley, 
Greensboro; Henry A. London. Pittsboro; J. P. 
MeRae, Laurlnburg; F. O. Moring. Raleigh; J. 
Walter Myatt, Clayton; John Nichols, Raleigh; 
Fred A. Olds, Raleigh; T. B. Parker, Raleigh: 
W. S. Parker, Henderson; Dr. J. H. Pratt, 
Chapel Hill; I. M. Proctor, Raleigh: R. II. 
Ricks. Rocky Mount; J. R. Rogers, Raleigh; S. 
L. Rotter, Raleigh; R. W. Scott. Haw River; W. 
J. Shuford, Hickory: R. N. Simms, Raleigh; 

E. C. Smith, West Raleigh; N. A. Smith. 
Kipling: R. C. Strong, Raleigh: Dr. J. M. 
Templeton, Cary; A. A. Thompson, Raleigh: 
T. B. ITpchurch, Raeford; W. F. Utley, Apex; 
Frank T. Ward, Raleigh; C. A. Webb, Ashe- 
ville; W. E. White, Mebane; C. B. Williams, 
West Raleigh: R. W. Winston, Raleigh; W. P. 
Wood. Asheboro; F. A. Woodard. Wilson: R. L. 
Woodard, Bayboro; C. C. Wright, Hunting 
Creek ; J. S. Wynne. Raleigh. 

ADVISORY BOARD OF EXECUTIVE COM- 
MITTEE— Carey J. Hunter, W. N. J.ones, C. 

B. Barbee, Alf. A. Thompson, John C. Drewry. 
AUDITING COMMITTEE— Leo D. Heartt, R. 

C. Strong. 

NORTH CAROLINA MERCHANTS ASSO- 
CIATION. 

(Headquarters at Durham for 1915). 

PRESIDENT — Luther B. Markham, Durham. 

SECRETARY — M. E. Newsom, Jr., Durham. 

VICE-PRESIDENT— R. L. Postom, States- 
ville. 

ATTORNEY— R. O. Everett, Durham. 

TREASURER — S. P. Burton, Asheville 

ASST SECRETARY— L. Maie Stephenson, 
Durham. 

STANDING COMMITTEE AND BOARD OF 
DIRECTORS— R. A. Knight. Chairman Fi- 
nance Committee, Durham; J. Norman Wills. 
Chairman Insurance Committee, Greensboro; J. 
Frank Morris, Chairman Arbitration Commit- 
tee, Winston-Salem; Edgar E. Bro-ughton, 

NORTH CAROLINA LIVE STOCK ASSOCIA- 
TION. 

BEEF BREEDERS' AND FEEDERS'— R. A. 
Derby, President, Jackson Springs; T. L. 
Gwyn, First Vice-President, Canton: C. A. 
Brown, Second Vice President. Cleveland; Wil- 
liam L. Wyatt, Third Vice-President, Raleigh; 
A. A. Woodruff, Fourth Vice-President, Cherry 
Lane; R. S. Curtis, Secretary-Treasurer, West 
Raleigh. 

DAIRY— J. P. Quinerly, President; Griffon; 
W. F. Clarida, Vice-President, Greensboro; W. 
H. Eaton, Secretary-Treasurer, West Raleigh. 



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SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS 



swim: BREl DERS i i ar B. Moore, 
President, Charlotte; B. L. Shuford, Vice-Pres- 
ident, Newton; B. s. Curtis, Secretary-Treas- 
urer, \\\st Raleigh. 

WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA SHEEP 
BREEDERS— John Dent, President, Jefferson; 
J. \V. Wagner, Vice President, Jefferson; G. 
J. Hamilton, Secretary-Treasurer, Beaver 
Creek. 

BOARD OF MANAGERS— S. G. Pai 
Grassy Cn ; : ll. C. Baker, Gras y Creek; G. 
J. Hamilton, Beaver Creek. 

NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE FOR 
SOCIAL SERVICE. 

HONORARY PRESIDENT— Locke Craig, 
Raleigh. 

PRESIDENT— Clarence Poe, Raleigh. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— A. W. Mc- 
Alister, Greensboro; Dr. E. K. Graham, 
Chape] Hill; Miss Daisy Denaon. Raleigh; Dr. 
J. Y. Joyner, Raleigh; Dr. W. S. Rankin, 
Raleigh; W. H. Swift, Greensboro. 

NORTH CAROLINA SOCIETY FOR MENTAL 
HYGIENE 

PRESIDENT— \V. A. Erwin, Durham. 
SECRETARY-TREASURER— Dr. Albert An- 
derson, Raleigh. 

NORTH CAROLINA COMMITTEE ON RURAL 
RACE PROBLEMS. 

PRESIDENT — Clarence Poe, Raleigh. 

FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT— Dr. H. Q. Alex- 
ander. Matthews. 

SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT— S. H. Hobbs, 
Clinton. 

THIRD VICE-PRESIDENT— J. H. Evans, 
Harrellsville. 

SECRETARY*— J. Z. Green, Marshville. 

TREASURER— Gen. Julian S. Carr. Durham. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— E. C. Faires, 
Aberdeen; J. T. Williams, Harrellsville: J. W. 
Bailey, Raleigh; Dr. W. S. Rankin, Raleigh; 
E. L. Daughtridge. Rocky Mount; C. C. Wright. 
Hunting Creek; Mark Majette, Columbia; Edgar 
B. Moore, Charlotte: O. L. Joyner, Greenville: 
Thomas McBryde, Red Springs; Hartwell Scar- 
borough. Falling Creek: Prof. N. W. Walker. 
Chapel Hill; William Lea. Blanch: R. B. Wil- 
son, Waynesville; J. C. Little, Raleigh. 

JUST FREIGHT RATE ASSOCIATION OF 
NORTH CAROLINA. 

PRESIDENT— Fred N. Tate, High Point. 

VICE-PRESIDENT— J. G. McCormick. Wil- 
mington. 

TREASURER— J. B. Pearce, Raleigh. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— C. L. Ives, New 
Bern; H. Q. Alexander, Matthews; W. 0. Rid- 
dick. Asheville; J. G. McCormick. Wilming- 
ton; Geo. L. Hackney. Wilson: J. C. Forester, 
Greensboro; J. G. Ball, Raleigh; Geo. O. 
Shakespeare, Lenoir: R. R. Ray. McAdensville ; 
R. D. Caldwell, Lumberton; Noah Burfoot, 
Elizabeth City; J. L. Ludlow, Winston-Salem; 
Fred N. Tate, High Point; A. N. Kistler, Mor- 
ganton: L. B. Rogers, Asheville; W. R. Fore- 
man, Charlotte; W. L. Gilbert, Statesville; L. 
B. Markham, Durham; A. Blanton, Marion; 
M. F. Shuford. Fayetteville; J. A. Kelly, Hen- 
derson. 

OFFICERS OF STATE OPTICAL SOCIETY. 

PRESIDENT— A. S. Mitchell. Winston- 
Salem. 

VICE-PRESIDENT— W. H. Leonard, Salis- 
bury. 



SECRETARY— W. W. Parker, Lumberton. 
TREASURER— Frank M. Jolly, Raleigh. 

OFFICERS OF STATE RETAIL JEWELERS 
ASSOCIATION. 

PRESIDENT— Frank M. Jolly, Raleigh. 
VICE-PRESIDENT— Charles E. Henderson, 
Asheville. 

SECT-TREAS— W. B. Morris, Gastonia. 

THE FARMERS STATE CONVENTION. 

PRESIDENT— B. F. Shelton, Speed. 
SECRETARY— T. E. Browne, W. Raleigh. 

NORTH CAROLINA ANTI-SALOON 
LEAGUE. 

SUPERINTENDENT— Rev. R. L. Davis, 
Raleigh. 

PRESIDENT STATE CONVENTION— J. A. 
Hartness, Statesville. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS (By Districts)— First, 
J. T. Bland, Washington; Second, J. T. 
Flythe, Jackson; Third. A. D. Ward, New 
Bern; Fourth, T. T. Hicks. Hendereon; Fifth, 
R. O. Everett, Durham; Sixth, Dr. J. M. Mc- 
Neill, Fayetteville; Seventh, John Blue, Aber- 
deen; Eighth, T. H. Vanderford, Salisbury; 
Ninth. W. C. Dowd, Charlotte; Tenth, Col. 
V. S. Lusk, Asheville. 

SECRETARY OF STATE CONVENTION— 
J. T. Bennett, Brevard. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE — J. B. Blades, 
New Bern; T. J. Jarvis. Greenville; Rev. J. E. 
Underwood, Goldsboro; Y. T. Ormond, Kln- 
ston; W. T. Shaw, Weldon; A. F. Johnson, 
Clinton; Rev. L. Johnson, Raleigh; J. W. Bailey 
Raleigh; Josephus Daniels, Raleigh; J. Y". Joyner 
Raleigh; Rev. Hight C. Moore, Raleigh; Rev. 
L. S. Maesey. Raleigh; Clarence Poe, Raleigh; 
W. H. Sprunt, Wilmington; Bishop Robert 
Strange, Wilmington; J. A. Oates, Fayetteville; 
H. A. London, Pittsboro; Arch Johnson, 
Thomasville: H. A. Page, Aberdeen; R. F. 
Beasley, Monroe; G. W. Watts, Durham; 
N. L. Eure, Greensboro; Rev. H. M. Blair. 
Greensboro; Rev. J. O. Atkinson, D.D.. Elon 
College; C. A. Armstrong, Troy; R. B Glenn, 
Winston-Salem; Dr. R. H. Jones, D. D. S., 
Heriot Clarkson, Charlotte; E. Y". Webb, Shelby: 
J. C. Pritchard, Asheville; Dr. L. B. Mc- 
Brayer, M. D., Asheville; Charles E. Green, 
Bakersville. 

NORTH CAROLINA CHILD LABOR 
COMMITTEE. 

SECRETARY'— C. L. Coon, Wilson. 

FIELD SECRETARY— W. H. Swift. Greens- 
boro. 

J. W. Bailey, Raleigh; R. F. Campbell, D. D , 
Asheville; Bishop Joseph Blount Cheshire, Ral- 
eigh; 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, 
Wake Forest; Hubert A. Royster, Raleigh; R. 
T. Vann, D. D., Raleigh; J. I. Foust, Greens- 
boro: Heriot Clarkson. Charlotte; Bishop Rob- 
ert Strange, Wilmington; S. B. Underwood, 
Kinston; David Stern, Greensboro; B. B. 
Daugherty, Boone. 



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EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 

THE SUMMERS LETTERWRITING COMPANY 

COURT REPORTING. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHIC WORK 
MULTIGRAPH WORK. 

AGENTS FOR OFFICE SUPPLIES. CONVENTION REPORTING. 

S. W. SUMMERS, Manager. 

205 1-2 E. MAIN STREET. OPP. COURT HOUSE. 

DURHAM, N. C. 



NORTH CAROLINA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 

PRESIDENT — Miss Annie F. Petty, Greens- 
boro. 

FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT— J. Frank Wilkes, 
Charlotte. 

SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT— Miss Bettie D. 
Caldwell, Greensboro. 

SECRETARY — Miss Mary B. Palmer, Char- 
lotte. 

TREASURER— Mrs. A. F. Griggs, Durham. 



NORTH CAROLINA LIBRARY COMMISSION. 

CHAIRMAN— Dr. Louis R. Wilson. Chapel 
Hill. 

VICE-CHAIRMAN— C. C. Wright, Hunting 
Creek. 

TREASURER— Dr. Charles Lee Smith, Ral- 
eigh. 

SECRETARY'— Miss Minnie W. Leather-man, 
Raleigh. 

OTHER MEMBERS— Hon. J. Y. Joyner, 
Superintendent of Public Instruction; M. <». 
Sherrill, State Librarian. 



NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL GUARD 



COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF— Governor Locke 
Craig. 

THE ADJUTANT GENERAL— Brigadier Gen- 
eral Laurence W. Young. 



Adjutant General's Department. 

Brig. Gen. Laurence W. Young. 

Major Gordon Smith, Asst. Adjt. Gen., 
Raleigh. 

Quartermaster's Corps. 

Major Baxter Durham, Quartermaster, Ral- 
eigh. 

Major Raleigh T. Daniel, Quartermaster, 
Weldou. 

Captain James S. Poythress, Quartermaster, 
Henderson. 

Captain Hiram Stanley, Quartermaster, Mt~ 
Airy. 

Capt. Walter Craven, Quartermaster, Hunt- 
ersville. 



Inspector General's Department 

Major J. Walter Dalton, Inspector, Winston- 
Salem. 



Judge Advocate General's Department. 

Major York Coleman, Judge Advocate, 
Rutherfordton. 



Major J. Leigh Skinner, Ordinance Officer, 
Raleigh. 



Medical Department. 
Major Baxter R. Hunter, Chief Surgeon, 

Charlotte. 

Major Eugene B. Glenn, Assigned to 1st Inf., 
Asheville. 

Major A. R. Winston, Assigned to 3d Inft., 
Franklinton. 

Major J. V. McGougan, Assigned to 2d Inf., 
Fayetteville. . . 

Major Henry I. Clark, Assigned to Brigade 
Headquarters, Scotland Neck. 

Major Francis J. Clemenger, Commanding 
Field Hospital No. 1, Asheville. 

Captain M. B.'- Abemathy, Assigned to 3d 
Inf. , Reidsville. 

Captain W. C. Horton, Assigned to State 



Headquarters, Raleigh. 

Captain H. A. Newell, Assigned to 3d Int., 
Louisburg. 

Captain A. K. Tayloe, Assigned to 2d Inf.. 
Washington. 

Captain R. A. Campbell, Assigned to 1st 
Inf., Statesvllle. 

Captain Hubert B. Haywood, Jr.. Assigned 
to State Headquarters, Raleigh. 

Captain James M. Lynch. Field Hospital No. 
1, Asheville. 

Captain Thos. F. Reynolds, Commanding 
Ambulance Co. No. 1, Canton. 

Captain Henry Norris, Assigned to 1st Inf., 
Rutherfordton. 

1st Lieut. E. F. Fenner, Assigned to 3d 
Inf., Henderson. 

1st Lieut. J. W. Tankersly, Field Hospital 
No. 1, Greensboro. 

1st Lieut. R. S. McGeachey, Assigned to 
Coast Artillery Corps, Raleigh. 

1st Lieut. Raymond Pollock, Assigned to 
2d Inf.. New Bern. 

1st Lieut. Wiley C. Johnson, Ambulance Co. 
No. 1, Canton. 

1st Lieut. J. Rufus McCracken, Ambulance 
Co. No. 1, Canton. 

1st Lieut. John H. Mease, Ambulance Co. 
No. 1, Canton. 

1st Lieut. Francis M. Davis, Ambulance Co. 
No. 1, Canton. 

1st Lieut. Bernard L. Smith, Assigned to 
Field Hospital No. 1, Asheville. 

1st Lieut. Joseph S. Adams. Assigned to 
Field Hospital No. 1, Asheville. 

1st Lieut. Chas. B. McDaniel, Assigned to 
1st Inf., Rutherfordton. 



Dental Corps. 

1st Lieut. Burrell F. Hall, Dental Officer, 
Asheville. 

1st Lieut. S. Robert Horton, Dental Officer, 
Raleigh. 

1st Lieut. Ben. J. Durham, Denial Officer, 
Asheville. 



First Brigade. 
Brig. Gen. Beverly S. Royster, Comma 
Oxford. 
I Major Gordon Smith, Adjutant, Raleigh. 



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Major s. Glenn Brown, I. S. A. P., 

..i ii. 
Major II. I. Clark, Medical Officer, Scot- 
land Neck. 



First Infantry— Field and Staff. 

Colonel .1. T. Gardner, Colonel, Shelby. 

Lieut. Col. J. C. Bessent, Lieul Col., Win- 
ston-Salem. 

Maim- K. I.. Flanlgan, Major. Statesvllle. 
n ii. Parks, Maim. Mount Airy. 

Major .1. E. Dietz, Major, Statesvllle. 

Captain W. R. Winter, Chaplain, Lincoln- 
ton. 

Captain, \v R. Robertson, Adjutant, char- 
lotte. 

Captain .1. F. Roberts, Commissary. Shelby 

Captain .1. !•". Jenkins, Quartermaster, Shelby, 
ain R. R. Morrison, Inspector S. A. P., 
Mooresville. 

1st Lieut. A. W. Freeman. Bat. Adjutant, 
Canton. 

1st Lieut. Joe Hill, Hat. Adjutant, Con- 
cord. 

1st Lieut. C. II. Turner. Bat. Adjutant, 
Statesville. 

2d Lieut. W. A. Jackson, Bat. Q. M. and 
Com., Mount Airy. 

■Id Lieut. W. C. Jackson, Bat. Q. M. and 
Com., Mount Airy. 

2d Lieut. It. II. Morrison, Bat. Q. M. and 
Com., Salisbury. 



First Infantry — Companies. 

A— Hickory Rifles— G. L. Lyerly, Captain; 
G. L. Huffman, 1st Lieut.; F. L. Cline, 2d 
Lieut. , Hickory. 

B — Gastonia — A L. Bulwinkle, Captain; C. 
C. Craig. 1st Lieut; .1. P. Bernhardt. 2d Lieut. 

C — Forsyth Riflemen — J. G. Wooten, Cap- 
tain; Hampton S. Beck. 1st Lieut.; W. C. 
Holder. 2d Lieut.. Winston. 

D — Hornet's Nest Riflemen — ,T. A. Parker, 
Captain; W. S. Charles, 1st Lieut.; R. M. 
Johnston. 2d Iiuet., Charlotte. 

E — Iredell Blues — Win. M. Westmoreland. 
Captain; Oscar R. Mills. 1st Lieut.; Walter 
E. SherreU, 2d Lieut., Statesville. 

F — Blue Ridge Rifles — C. H. Felmet, Cap- 
tain: E. E. Jones, 1st Liuet. ; Walter Watts, 
2d Lieut.. Asheville. 

G — Cleveland Guards — J. Kelly DePriest, 
Captain ; H. A. Logan, 1st Lieut. ; C. P. 
Roberts, 2d Lieut., Shelby. 

H— Richland Rifles— .1. H. Howell, Captain; 
J. B. Hoyle, 1st Lieut.; G. F. Plott. 2d Liuet., 
Waynesville. 

I — Blue Ridge Guards— E. C. Bivins, Cap- 
tain: Frank Walker. 1st Lieut., Mount Airy- 

K— Asheville Light Infantry— C. I. Bard, 
Captain; D. E. Penland. 1st Lieut.; .1. H. 
Koon, 2d Lieut., Asheville. 

L — Cabarrus Black Boys— L. A. Brown. Cap- 
tain: E. C. Barnhardt, Jr., 1st Lieut.; R. C. 
Thompson. 2d Liuet., Concord. 

M — High Point Rifles — E. E. Hampton. Cap- 
tain: .Tas. W. Welch. 1st Lieuet. ; Fletcher 
Crocker, 2d Lieut., High Point. 

Second Infantry — Field and Staff. 

Colonel W. C. Rodman, Colonel. Washing- 
ton. 

Lieut. Col. J. V. B. Metts, Lieut. Col., Wil- 
mington. 

Major C. M. Faireloth, Major, Clinton. 

Major W. S. Privott, Major, Edenton. 

Major E. A. Simians, Major, Goldsboro. 

Captain Nathaniel Harding, Chaplain, 
Washington. 

Captain N. R. Morgan, Adjutant, Golds- 
boro. 

Captain F. L. Black, Commissary, Char- 
lotte. 

Captain A. L. C. Hill, Quartermaster, Kin- 



gton. 

Captain J. L. Shaw, Inspector S. A. P.. 
Lumber Bridge. 

1st Lieut. J. T. Lumley, Bat. Adjutant, New 
Bern. 

1st Lieut G. L. Pittman, Bat. Adjutant, 
Goldsboro. 

1st Lieut. W. II. Herring, Bat. Adjutant, 
Clinton. 

2d Lieut. L. M. Currie, Bat. Q. M. and 
Com., Shannon. 

2d Lieut. W. P. Monroe. Bat. Q. M. and 
Com.. Wilmington. 

2d Lieut. J. Frank White, Bat. Q. M. and 
Coin.. Edenton. 



Second Infantry — Companies. 

A — Edgecombe Guards — Paul Jones, Captain: 
L. B. Knight, 1st Lieut.; J. D. Winstead, 2d 
Lieut. , Tarboro. 

B — J. I. Brown. Captain; J. O. H. Tay- 
lor, 1st Lieut.; W. A. Faulkner, 2d Lieut., 
Kinston. 

C — John Hall Manning, Captain: J. W. 
Stanley, 1st Lieut.; Matt Ransom Wall, 2d 
Lieut., Selma. 

D — Goldsboro Rifles, (First Organization) — 
S. E. Malone, Captain; G. C. Derr, 1st Lieut.; 
Sanford G. Rackley, 2d Lieut., Goldsboro. 

E — Goldsboro Rifles, (Second Organization) 
—Edgar H. Bain, Captain; Z. G. Hollowell, 
1st Lieut; R. E. Stevens. 2d Lieut, Golds- 
boro. 

F— Fayetteville Light Infantry— Robt. L. 
Lamb. Captain: J. S. Bullard, 1st Lieut; D. 
B. Byrd, 2d Lieut., Fayetteville. 

G — D. C. Knibbs, Captain; D. H. Swengal, 
1st Lieut, Raeford. 

H — Sampson Light Infantry — G. K. Hobbs, 
Captain: N-. F. L. Whitefleld, 1st Lieut; G. 
B. Cooper, 2d Lieut. ; Clinton. 

I — Edenton Light Infantry — W. A. Barrow, 
Captain; Ernest H. Bell, 1st Lieut; C. A. 
Boyce, 2d Lieut, Edenton. 

K — Wilson Light Infantry — Geo. K. Free- 
man, Captain: B. T. Smith, 1st Lieut: W. E. 
Dunn, 2d Lieut, Wilson. 

L — Lumber Bridge Light Infantry — J. B. 
Malloy, Captain; D. A. Barlow, 1st Lieut.; J. 
W. Hall, 2d Lieut., Lumber Bridge. 

M— Light Infantry — J. L. Hines; W. D. Hol- 
land. 1st Lieut.; W. J. Jones, 2d Lieut., 
Dunn. 



Third Infantry — Field and Staff. 

Liuet. Col. S. W. Minor, Lieut Col., Dur- 
ham. 

Major C. L. McGhee. Major, Franklinton. 

Major J. J. Bernard, Major, Raleigh. 

Major W. F. Moody, Major, Raleigh. 

Major R. M. Albright. Major, Raleigh. 

Captain A. McCullen, Chaplain, Rocking- 
ham. 

Captain, Don E. Scott. Adjutant, Graham. 

Captain R. W. Morphis, Commissary, Reids- 
ville. 

Captain S. E. Winston, Quartermaster, 
Youngsville. 

Captain C. J. Smith, Inspector S. A. P., 
Henderson. 

1st Lieut. G. L. Cook. Bat. Adjutant. 
Franklinton. 

1st Lieut. Henry Clarence Howell. Bat 
Adjutant Raleigh. 

1st Lieut. Henry J. Hervey, Bat. Adjutant, 
Raleigh. 

2d Lieut. R. T. Burton, Bat Q. M. and 
Com., Reidsville. 

2d Lieut. B. F. Dixon, Bat. Q. M. and 
Coin., Raleigh. 

2d Lieut. Rotter. Bat. Q. M. and Com., 
Raleigh. 



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Third Infantry — Companies. 

A — W. H. riiillips. Captain ; J. A. Leonard, 
1st Lieut.; J. K. pecil, 2d Lieut., Lexington. 

B — Raleigh Light Infantry— W. C. Holder, 
Captain: Walter Clark, Jr., 1st Lieut.; A. P. 
Arnold, 2d Lieut., Raleigh. 

C — Vance Guards — J. E. C. Bell, Captain ; 
Frank C. Wycoff, 1st Lieut. ; Chas. E. Hayes, 
2d Lieut., Henderson. 

D — Louisburg Rifles — J. 
S. P. Boddie, 1st Lieut 
2d Lieut. , Louisburg. 

E — Granville Grays — E. 
J. I. Steagall, 1st Lieut. 
2d Lieut., Oxford. 

F — Franklin Guards — I. H. Kearney, Cap 
tain; E. M. Edwards, 1st Lieut.; G. G 
Cooper, 2d Lieut., Franklinton. 

G — Reidsville Rifles— W. B 
tain : J. H. Mobley, 1st Lieut. 
2d Lieut., Reidsville. 

H — Warren Guards — W. A. 
tain; Edward C 
Linner, 2d Lieut. 

I — Holt Guards — J. C. Freeman, Captain : 
Jacob Wiggin Slaughter, 1st Lieut. ; Lislie D. 
Meador, 2d Lieut., Burlington. 

K— T. F. Bulla, Captain; W. A. Garvin, 
1st Lieut.; E. C. Hedrick, 2d Lieut.. Ashe- 
boro. 

L — Thomasville Blues — C. H. Newby, Cap- 
tain; C. G. Snell, 1st Lieut.; R. O. Little, 2d 
Lieut. , Thomasville. 

M — Durham Light Infantry — Sidney C. 
Chambers, Captain; W. E. Page, 1st Lieut.; 
L. P. McLendon, 2d Lieut, Durham. 



A. Turner, Captain ; 
; B. N. Williamson, 

E. Fuller, Captain; 
; Vernon W. Taylor, 



Millner. Cap- 
C. T. Somers, 

Graham, Cap- 
C. 



Price, 1st Lieut. ; A 
Warren ton. 



Cavalry. 

A — W. A. Fair, Captain; Chas. H. Hinson. 
1st Lieut.; Jos. Graham, 2d Lieut., Lincoln- 
ton. 

B— R. R. Reynolds, Captain; R. M. Fitz- 
patrick, 1st Lieut. ; Gilliland Stikeleather, 2d 
Lieut. , Asheville. 



Coast Artillery Corps— Field and Staff. 

Major E. D. Kuykendall. Major, Greens- 
boro. 



Captain L. M. Dodamead, Adjutant, Heii- 
dersonville. 

1st Lieut. M. F. Hatcher. Old. Officer, Sal- 
isbury. 

2d Lieut. Philip W. Hardie, Ait. Engineer, 
Greensboro. 



Coast Artillery — Companies. 

First Company — W. D. Marrow, Captain; E. 
B. Parish, 1st Lieut, ; Robt. C. Young, 2d 
Lieut., Raleigh. 

Second Company — Edward P. Bailey, Cap- 
tain; P. L. Cantwell, 1st Lieut.; J. B. Lynch, 
2d Lieut.. Wilmington. 

Third Company — Roy B. Case, Captain; 
L. Bain, 1st Lieut,; J. B. Thorpe, 2d Lieut., 
Greensboro. 

Fourth Company — Chas. L. Shaver, Captain; 
W. L. Ross, 1st Lieut. ; Daniel E. Murph, 2d 
Lieut., Salisbury. 

Fifth Company— Hudson C. Millar, 1st 
Lieut.: Clarence E. Bradshaw, 2d Lieut., 
Charlotte. 

Sixth Company — Rolla V. Ladd, Captain: 
Win. A. Garren, 1st Lieut., Hendersonville. 



Sanitary Troops. 

Field Hospital, No. 1 — Francis J. Cleamen- 
ger, Major; James M. Lynch. Captain; .1. W. 

Tankersly, 1st Lieut., Asheville. 

Ambulance Company, No. 1 — Thos. F. Rey- 
nolds, Captain; Wiley C. Johnson, 1st Lieut; 
Rufus J. McCracken, 1st Lieut. : John H. 
Mease, 1st Lieut,; Francis M. Davis, 1st 
Lieut, Canton. 

Regimental Infirmary, 1st Infantry — Henry 

Norris, Captain, Rutherfordton. 

Regimental Infirmary, 2d Infantry — Raymond 
Pollock, 1st Lieut, New Bern. 

Regimental Infirmary, 3d Infantry — M. B 
Abernathy, Captain, Reidsville. 



Naval Militia — Commander and Staff. 

Captain C. D. Brabham, Commanding, New 
Bern. 

Lieut Coin. F. 11. Shlpp, Chief of Stall', 
New Bern. 

Lieut. Com. E. E. Williams. Chief Engineer, 



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New Bern. 

Lieut. Com. R. Duval Tones, Surgeon, New 
Bern. 

Lieut. Com. J. H. Crawford, Paymaster, New 

Ben). 

Lieut. A. II. Vanderhoof, Gunnery Officer, 
AshevUle. 

Lieut. B. F. Huske, Chaplain, New Bern. 

Lieut. J. C. B. Ehringhaus, Judge Advo- 
cate. Elizabeth City. 

Lieut. J. I!. Green. Aide, New Bern. 

Lieut. C. H. Burkhead, Signal Officer, Beau- 
fort. 

Lieut. J. G. E. H. Baker, Aide, Raleigh. 



First Battalion. 

Commander Chas. L. Morton, Commanding, 
New Bern. 

Lieut. W. G. Dixon, Navigator, New Bern. 

Lieut. R. Barcliff, Engineer Officer, Oriental. 

Lieut. Chas. L. Wendley, Surgeon, Oriental. 

Lieut. C. D. Kidder, Paymaster, New Bern. 

Lieut. J. G. J. P. Harris, Ass't. Engineer, 
Washington. 

Lieut. J. G. J. E. Bunting, Gunnery Officer 
and Adjutant, Wilmington. 



First Battalion— Divisions. 

Second Division— A. T. Willis, Lieut.; G. T. 
Bowden, Lieut. J. G. ; R. B. Fulford, Ensign, 
New Bern. 

Sixth Division — Wm. B. Rodman, Lieut.; J. 
J. Brabble. Lieut. J. G. ; Robt. W. Small, 
Ensign, Washington. 



Second Battalion. 

Commander W. A. Worth, Commanding, 
Elizabeth City. 

Lieut. Com. Brad Sanders, Com, Elizabeth 
City. 

Lieut. J. E. Clark, Navigator, Washington. 

Lieut. A. W. Disosway, Surgeon, Plymouth. 

Lieut. Clarence Latham, Paymaster, Ply- 
mouth. 



Second Battalion — Divisions. 

Fifth Division— J. K. Wilson, Lieut; G. F. 
Pappendick, Lieut. J. G. ; Andrew Sanders, 
Ensign, Elizabeth City. 

Seventh Division — R. T. Brinn, Lieut. ; Chas. 
F. Sumner, Lieut. J. G. ; J. Campen, Jr., 
Ensign, Hertford. 

First Division— W. A. Buys, Lieut.; J. S. 
Lupton, Ensign, Belhaven. 



POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS 



DEMOCRATIC STATE EXECUTIVE 
COMMITTEE. 

Thonias D. Warren, Chairman. 

j. R. Collie, Secretary. 

NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN — Josephus 
Daniels, Raleigh. 

ADVISORY COMMITTEE— T. J. Jarvis, 
Greenville; S. A. Woodard, Wilson; W. T. 
Dortch, Goldsboro; Edward E. Britton. Raleigh; 
J. S. Carr, Durham; J. O. Carr, Wilmington; 
L. D. Robinson, Wadesboro; J. H. Burke, 
Taylorsvllle; Clyde R. Hoey, Shelby; James E. 
Carraway, Waynesville. 

Executive Committee. 

FIRST DISTRICT— Wilson C. Lamb, Wil- 
liamston; E. A. Daniels, Jr., Washington; L. 
YV. Tucker, Greenville; L. L. Smith, Gates- 
ville; E. F. Aydlett, Elizabeth City; G. W. 
Ward, Elizabeth City. 

SECOND— M. B. Gilliam, Windsor; W. A. 
Finch, Wilson ; P. J. Macon, Warrenton ; W. 

D. Pollock, Kinston; W. O. Howard, Tarboro; 

E. L. Travis, Halifax. 

THIRD— Nathan (J'Berry, Goldsboro; W. B. 
Hargett, Comfort; T. D. Warren, New Bern; 
E. J. Hill, Warsaw; George L. Peterson, Clin- 
ton; G. D. Canfleld, Morehead City. 

FOURTH— R. H. Hayes. Pittsboro; B. W. 
Ballard, Franklinton; Ed. S. Abell, Smith- 
field; J. L. Comwell, Middlesex; D. Y. Cooper, 
Henderson; John C. Drewry, Raleigh. 

FIFTH— S. M. Gattis, Hillsboro; A. M. 
Scales, Greensboro; A. H. Eller, Winston- 
Salem; D. T. Brummitt, Oxford; S. C. Braw- 
ley, Durham; C. O. McMichael, Wentworth. 

SIXTH— J. B. Clark. Elizabethtown; George 
H. Bellamy, El Paso; Homer L. Lyon, White- 
vUle; W. S .Cook, Fayetteville ; A. W. Mr- 
Lean, Lumberton; Joseph W. Little, Wilming- 
ton. 

SEVENTH— R. N. Hackett, Wilkesboro; W. 
L. Parsons, Rockingham; D. W. Parham, 
Thomasville; D. A. McDonald, Carthage; 
James A. Leak, Wadesboro; It. A. Morrow, 
Monroe. 

EIGHTH— Hayden Clement, Salisbury; J. P. 
Cook, Concord; J. M. Boyette, Albemarle; T. 

C. Bowie, Jefferson; A. S. Carson, Sparta; A. 

D. Watts. Statesville. 



NINTH— O. Max Gardner, Shelby; R. R. 
Ray, McAdenville; J. A. Bell, Charlotte; Edgar 
Love. Lincolnton; D. M. Buck, Burnville; J. 
P. Yount, Newton. 

TENTH— Charles A. Webb, Asheville; John 
C. MDls, Rutherfordton; J. C. L. Bird. Marion; 
J. W. Ferguson, Waynesville; W. E. Breese, 
Brevard; J. H. Dillard, Murphy. 

Chairman of Democratic County Committees. 
Alamance — W. H. Carroll, Burlington. 
Alexander — Chas. P. Matheson, Taylorsville. 
Alleghany — Carlisle Higgins, Sparta. 
Anson — Jas. A. Leake, Wadesboro. 
Ashe — Dr. J. C. Gambell, Crumpler. 
Avery — R. T. Lewis, Valley. 
Beaufort — Lindsay C. Warren, Washington. 
Bertie— J. W. Davenport, Windsor. 
Bladen — J. B. Clark, Elizabethtown. 
Brunswick — Peter Ruark, Shallotte. 
Buncombe — J. W. . Haynes, Asheville. 
Burke — Chas. F. Kirksey, Morganton. 
Cabarrus — M. L. Widenhouse, Concord. 
Caldwell — J. C. Seagle, Lenoir. 
Camden — T. S. Robertson, Bellross. 
Carteret— T. C. Wade, Beaufort. 
Caswell — R. L. Mitchell, Yanceyville. 
Catawba — J. D. Elliott, Hickory. 
Chatham — R. H. Hayes, Pittsboro. 
Cherokee — G. B. Walker, Andrews. 
Chowan — J. H. McMullan, Jr., Edenton. 
Clay — Howe B. Patton, Hayesville. 
Cleveland — J. T. Gardner, Shelby. 
Craven — Stephen H. Lane, New Bern. 
Columbus — J. A. Brown, Chadbum. 
Cumberland — R. H. Dye, Fayetteville. 
Currituck — E. R. Johnson, Currituck. 
Dare — A. V. Evans, Manteo. 
Davidson — S. W. Finch; Lexington. 
Davie — J. B. Campbell, Mocksville (Jacob 
Stewart, Sec). 

Duplin — H. D. Williams, Kenansville. 
Durham — R. P. Reade, Durham. 
Edgecombe — W.«0. Howard, Tarboro. 
Forsyth — G. T. Stephenson, Winston -Salem. 
Franklin — J. R. Collie, Louisburg. 
Gaston — Thos. L. Craig, Gastonia. 
Gates — W. T. Cross, Gatesville. 
Graham — N. E. Millsaps, Millsaps. 
Granville — B. K. Lassiter, Oxford. 



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Greene — J. Paul Frizzell, Snow Hill. 
Guilford — E. G. Sherrill, Greensboro. 
Halifax — C. D. House, Weldon. 
Harnett— C. J. Smith, Dunn. 
Haywood — Jas. R. Boyd, Waynesville. 
Henderson — V. C. V. Shepherd. Henderson- 
ville. 

Hertford — Jno. E. Vann, Winston. 
Hoke— J. W. Currie, Raeford. 
Hyde — C. B. Spencer, Swan Quarter. 
Iredell— J. A. Hartness, Statesville. 
Jackson — O. B. Coward, Webster. 
Johnson — Z. L. Lemay, Sniithfield. 
Jones — J. K. Warren, Trenton. 
Lee — H. L. Gibbons, Jouesboro. 
Lenoir — C. V. Cowper, Kinston. 
Lincoln — Edgar Love, Lincolnton. 
Macon — Dr. W. A. Rogers, Franklin. 
Madison — M. D. McDevitt, Marshall. 
Martin — H. W. Stubbs, Williarnston. 
McDowell — J. D. Blanton, Marion. 
Mecklenburg — H. C. Jones, Charlotte. 
Mitchell — Geo. M. Young, Bakersville. 
Montgomery — 0. B. Deaton, Troy. 
Moore — G. W. McNeill, Carthage. 
Nash — Leon T. Vaughn, Nashville. 
New Hanover — Jos. W. Little, Wilmington. 
Northampton — W. H. Joyuer, Garysburg. 
Onslow — J. W. Burton, Jacksonville. 
Orange — Dr. C. M. Hughes, Cedar Grove. 
Pamlico — C. S. Weskett, Bayboro. 
Pasquotank — J. M. LeRoy, Elizabethtown. 
Pender — H. Overstreet, Burgaw. 
Perquimans— T. S. White, Hertford. 
Person — Nathan Lunsford, Roxboro. 
Pitt — Chas. C. Pierce, Greenville. 
Polk — A. L. Hill, Columbus. 
Randolph— T. J. Finch, Trinity. 
Richmond — W. S. Thomas, Rockingham. 
Roberson — Thos. A. McNeill, Jr., Lumberton, 
Rockingham — Ira li. Humphreys, Reidsville. 
Rowan— W. H. Woodson, Salisbury. 
Rutherfordton— Collett L. Miller, Rutherford- 
ton. 

Sampson — A. McL. Graham, Clinton. 
Scotland— T. C. Everett, Laurinburg. 
Stanly— R. L. Smith, Albermarle. 
Stokes — S. P. Christian, Westfield. 
Surry — E. C. Bivens, Mt. Airy. 



Swain — C. F. Roane, Brysou City. 
Transylvania — J. M. Zachary, Brevard. 
Tyrell — Thos. H. Woodley, Columbia. 
Vance — A. J. Harris, Henderson. 
Union — R. L. Stevens, Monroe. 
Wake — Chas. U. Harris. Raleigh. 
Warren — J. H. Kerr, Warrenton. 
Washington — W. S. Davenport. Mackeys. 
Watauga — T. H. Coffey, Boone. 
Wayne — G. C. Kornegay, Goklsboro. 
Wilkes — Floyd C. Forrester, North Wilkts- 
boro. 

Wilson — H. C. Conner Jr., Wilson. 
Yadkin — J. T. Reece, Yadkinville. 
Yancey — D. M. Buck, Bald Mountain. 



REPUBLICAN STATE EXECUTIVE 
COMMITTEE. 

CHAIRMAN— Frank A. Linney, Boone. 

SECRETARY — Gilliam Grissom, Leaksville. 

NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN— E. (ail 

Duncan, Raleigh. 

DISTRICTS — Wheeler Martin, ex officio, Wil- 
liarnston. First District, Hugh Paul, Wasrr- 
ington; Second, R. I. Lewis, Littleton; Third, 
A. L. Wilson, Newport; Fourth. Win. J. An- 
drews, Raleigh; Fifth, Gilliam Grissom, Leaks- 
ville; Sixth, C. Ed. Taylor, Southport; Seventh, 
J. S. Lewis, Ashboro; Eighth. J. D. Dorsett, 
Spencer; Ninth, Jno. M. Morehead, Charlotte; 
Tenth, C. J. Harris, Dillsboro. 

MEMBERS AT LARGE— J. M. Meekins, 
Elizabeth City; Dan W. Patrick, Snow Hill; 
George Green, New Bern; .Inn ('. Matthews, 
Spring Hope; C. A. Reynolds, Winston-Salem; 
D. C. Downing, Vandor; Clarence Cull. North 
Wilkesboro; T. O. Teague, Taylorsville; ('. B. 
Von Cannon, Elk Park;T. E. Roland, Asheville. 

FINANCE COMMITTEE— National Commit- 
teeman Duncan; State Chairman Linney; Con- 
vention Chairman Martin: C. 3. Harris, Jno. 
M. Morehead, C. A. Reynolds, Gilliam Grissom, 
Ttgss 

CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE— National Com 
mitteeman Duncan, ex officio: State Chairman 
Linney, ex officio: State Secretary Grissom, ex 
officio; A. E. Holton, Winston-Sal. in ; Wm. P. 
Byuum, Greensboro; Ben C. Sharpe. Greens 
boro; H. C. Caviness. Wilkesboro; J. J. Britt, 
Asheville; I. B. Tucker. Whlterille. 



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Chairman Republican County Executive Com- 
mittees of North Carolina. 

Alamance- -George W. Vestal, Burlington, B. 
F. D. 

Alexander \v. II. Carson, Taylorsvllle. 

Alleghany — John M. Wagoner, Sparta. 

Anson A. P. Ules, Lilesville. 

Ashe E. J. Johnson, Jefferson. 

Avery — W. ll. Gragg, Llnvllle. 

Beaufort iiiikIi Paul, Washington. 

Bertie R. H. Norfleet, Kelford. 

Bladen— R. S. White. Elizabethtown. 

Brunswick- C. Ed. Taylor, Southport. 

Buncombe — T. C. McCoy, Asheville. 

Burke -T. X. Halliburton, Morganton. 

Cabarrus — James P. Harris, Concord. 

Caldwell— M. N. Harshaw, Lenoir. 

Camden — J. M. Burgess. Old Trap. 

Carteret- i>. N. McCain. Newport. 

Caswell — W. F. Davis, Altamahaw. 

Catawba Oscar Sherrill, Catawba. 

Chatham— Dr. H. T. Chapin, Pittsboro. 

Cherokei W. K. Howell, Murphy. 

Chowan— M. S. Elliott, Tyner, B .F. D. 

Clay — W. T. Bumgarner, Hayesville. 

Cleveland — W. J. Hogue, Shelby. 

Columbus— I. B. Tucker, Whiteville. 

Craven — George Green, New Bern. 

Cumberland — E. C. Geddie, Fayetteville. 

Currituck — T. E. Evans, Harbinger. 

Dare — O. J. Jones, Manteo. 

Davidson — T. E. McCrary, Lexington. 

Dayie — A. T. Grant, Jr., Mocksville. 

Duplin — J. A. Gavin, Kenansville. 

Durham — J. E. Carpenter, Durham. 

Edgecombe — W. L. Stallings, Tarboro. 

Forsyth — John T. Benbow, Winston-Salem. 

Franklin— T. II. Whitaker, Frankllnton. 

Gaston — John N. Hanna, Gastonia. 

Gates — W. M. Sparkman, Eure. 

Graham — D. W. Swann, Bobbinsville. 

Granville — Dr. G. T. Sikes. Grissom. 

Greene— D. W. Patrick, Snow Hill. 

Guilford— B. L. Schoolfield, Greensboro, B. 
F. D. 

Halifax — John O. Burton, Weldon. 

Harnett — A. F. Surles, Dunn. 

Haywood— John W. Shook, Clyde. 

Henderson — R. H. Staton, Hendersonville. 

Hertford— J. S. Mitchell, Winston. 

Hoke — G. W. Cox, Raeford. 

Hyde — H. L. MeGowan, Swanquarter. 

Iredell— W. A. Bristol, Statesville. 

Jackson — George W. Sutton, Sylva. 

Johnston — A. L. Barefoot, Benson. 

Jones — J. K. Brock, Trenton. 

Lee — Dr. I. H. Lutterloh, Sanford. 

Lenoir — T. B. Brown, Kinston. 

Lincoln— D. L. Yount, Lincolnton. 

.Macon — John E. Bickman, Franklin. 

Madison— B. W. Gahagan, Stackhouse. 

Martin— Wlieeler Martin, Jr., Williamston. 

McDowell — C. C. Lisenbee. Marion. 

Mecklenburg— J. D. Albright, Charlotte. 

Mitchell— W. F. Dodson, Bakersville. 

Montgomery — W. L. Freeman, Star. 

Moore — W. G. Jennings,' Carthage. 

Nash— L. C. Cooper, Nashville. 

New Hanover— J. W. Brooks, Wilmington. 

Northampton— W. F. Outland, Woodland. 

Onslow— A. Z. Jarman, Bichlands. 

Orange — J. L. Cheek. Teer. 

Pamlico— J. L. Riggs, Bayboro. 

Pasquotank— John S. Morris, Elizabeth City 

Pender — J. B. Moore, Burgaw. 

Person— H. J. Whitt, Roxboro. 

Perquemans— J. P. Jessup, Hertford. 

Pitt— D. N. Nobles, Bethel. 

Polk— W. C. Bobertson, Saluda. 

Randolph— C. J. Cox, Ashboro. 

Richmond— John P. Cameron, Rockingham. 

Robeson— W. J. Currie, Maxton. 

Rockingham — F. L. Anderson, Reidsvilie B 
F. D. 

Rowan — J. D. Dorsett, Spencer. 



Rutherford— W. C. McBorie, Rutherfordton. 

Sampson — W. F. Sessoms, Clinton. 
Scotland — W. H. Cox, Laurinburg. 
Stanley — I. R. Burleson, Albermarle. 
Stokes — C. AI. .loins. Walnut i'n\^. 
Sony- Vestal Taylor, White Plains. 
Swain — S. A. DeHart, Bryson city. 
Transylvania — E. s. English, Brevard, 
Tyrrell— P. L. W. Cahoon, Columbia. 
Union — J. J. Perry, Wingate. 
Vance .1. F. Hicks, Oxford. It. F. D. 5. 
Wake — Wm. J. Andrews, Raleigh, 
Warren— R. D. Paschall, Ridgeway. 
Washington — C. W. Suell, Mackeys. 
Watauga — T. E. Bingham, Boon.. 
Wayne — S. O. Holmes, Goldsboro. 
Wilkes— E. AI. Blackburn, North Wilkesboro. 
Wilson — George W. Stanton, Wilson. 
Yadkin — C. S. Beavis, Hamptonville. , 

Yancey — W. B. Banks, Burns'ville. 



PROGRESSIVE STATE EXECUTIVE 
COMMITTEE. 

CHAIRAL\N— Zeb. X. Walser, Lexington. 

SECRETARY— R. H. Biesecker, Lexington. 

NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN— Jas. N. Wil- 
liamson, Jr., Burlington. 

STATE AT LARGE— James N. Williamson, 
Jr., Burlington; John B. Respass, Washing- 
ton; W. S. Pearson, Charlotte; William A. 
Guthrie, Durham; Clyde Eby, New Bern; S. S. 
McNinch, Charlotte; H. B. Worth, Greens- 
boro; Dr. J. W. Peacock, Thomasville; John 
E. Fowler, Clinton: R. A. Bureh, Roxboro: 
G. A. Conner, Belhaven; Iredell Mears, Wash- 
ington: H. B. Watson, Lenoir. 

DISTRICTS— Fin*, Distriett, W. J. Hol- 
stead. South Mills; J. M. Burgess, Old Trap. 
Second, J. AI. Mewborne, Kinston; McM. Fer- 
guson, Littleton. Third, Thomas E. Owen, 
Clinton; E. W. Hill, Goldsboro. Fourth, W. S. 
Bailey. Spring Hope; John R. Bright, San- 
ford, R. 4. Fifth, N. W. Brown, Hillsboro; 
W. W. Brown, Burlington. Sixth, Daniel 
Carter, Vander; Sidney Meares, Clarkton. 

Seventh, J. M. Allen, Asheboro; W. G. 
Jennings, Carthage. Eighth, Robert V. Tharp, 
Statesville; H. S. Williams, Concord. Ninth 
J. F. Newell, Charlotte; James L. Hyatt, 
Burnsville. Tenth, John P. Sumner, Arden; 
V. S. Lusk, Asheville. 

CAAIPAIGN ADVISORY COAIAriTTEE— W. 
A. Guthrie, Durham; S. S. AlcNinch, Char- 
lotte; D. L. Gore, Wilmington; J. J. Jenkins, 
Siler City; H. S. Williams. Concord: George 
E. Butler, Clinton; Clyde Eby, New Bern. 
Chairmen of Progressive County Executive Com- 
mittees of North Carolina. 

Alamance — W. W. Brown. Burlington. 

Alexander— 0. F. Poole, Taylorsvllle. 

Alleghany — J. T. Miles. Cherry Lane. 

Anson— C. A. Bland, Wadesboro. 

Ashe — B. C. Seagraves, Jefferson. 

Avery — W. H. Gragg, LinviUe. 

Beaufort — J. B. Respass, Washington. 

Bertie— R. H. Norfleet, Kelford. 

Bladen — R. S. Wliite, Elizabethton. 

Brunswick — D. R. Johnson. Winnabow. 

Buncombe — J. M. Patterson, Asheville. 

Burke — J. L. Anderson, Morganton. 

Cabarrus — H. S. Williams, Concord. 

Caldwell — M. N. Harshaw. Lenoir. 

Camden — J. M. Burgess, Old Trap. 

Carteret — Dr. George Davis, Beaufort. 

Caswell — J. M. Morton, Leasburg. 

Catawba — P. A. Setzer, Hickory. 

Chatham — R. H. Dixon, Pittsboro. 

Cherokee— W. Christopher. Murphy. 

Chowan — AI. S. Elliott, Tyner, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Clay — W. T .Bomgarner, Hayesville. 

Cleveland — W. L. Dameron. Shelby. 

Columbus — I- B. Tucker, Whiteville. 



POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS 



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THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 

MAXIMUM SERVICE TO THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE. 

A. THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS. 

B. THE SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCE. 

(1) Chemical Engineering. 

(2) Electrical Engineering. 

(3) Civil and Road Engineering. 

(4) Soil Investigation. 

C. THE GRADUATE SCHOOL. 

D. THE SCHOOL OF LAW. 

E. THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE. 

F. THE SCHOOL OF PHARMACY. 

G. THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION. 
H. THE SUMMER SCHOOL. 

I. THE BUREAU OF EXTENSION. 

(1) General Information. 

(2) Instruction by Lectures. 

(3) Correspondence Courses. 

(4) Debate and Declamation. 

(5) County Economic and Social Surveys. 

(6) Municipal and Legislative Reference. 

(7) Teachers' Bureau, Preparatory Schools, and College 

Entrance Requirements. 
For information regarding the University, address 

THOMAS J. WILSON, JR., Registrar. 



Craven— Clyde Eby. New Bern. 
Cumberland — Daniel Carter, Vander. 
Currituck — T. E. Enans, Harbinger. 
Dare — N. G. Johnson. Wanchese. 
Davidson — J. T. Hedrick. Lexington. 
Davie — A. T. Grant, Jr., Mocksyille. 
Duplin — J. A. Gavin, Sr., Kenansville. 
Durham — N. Underwood. Durham. 
Edgecombe — W. L. Stallings, Tarboro. 
Forsyth— R. A. Mills, Winston-Salem. 
Franklin— T. H. Whitaker. Franklinton. 
Gaston— J. N. Hanna, Gastonia. 
Gates— W. M. Sparkman, Eure. 
Graham— Dr. G. F. Brock, Brock. 
Granville — Dr. G. T. Sikes. Grissom. 
Greene — W. 0. Dixon, Hookerton. 
Guilford — W. C. Shaw. Greensboro. 
Halifax — McM- Ferguson. Littleton. 
Harnett — A. F. Surles, Dunn. 
Haywood— Dr. G. D. Greene. Waynesville. 
Henderson — R. H. Staton. Hendersonville. 
Hertford— J. S. Mitchell, Winton. 
Hoke — G. \V. Cox, Raeford. 
Hyde— Dr. C A. Stokesbury. Swan Quarter 
Iredell— J. W. C Long, Statesville. 
Jackson — Z. V. Watson, Speedwell. 
Johnston— J. D. Parker. Smithfield. 
Jones— W. W. Pollock, Trenton. 
Lee— Dr. I. H. Lutterloh, Sanford. 
Lenoir — J. M. Mewborne. Kinston. 
Lincoln— J. W. Mullen, Lincolnton. 
Macon — S. L. Frank. Franklin. 
Madison— G. L. McKinney, Marshall. 
Martin— R. S. Price, Williamston. 
McDowell— C. C. Lisenbee. Marion. 
Mecklenburg— J. F, Newell, Charlotte. 
Mitchell — C. E. Greene, Bakersville. 
Montgomery — N. V. Long, Biscoe. 
Moore — J. T. Copeland. Carthage. 



Nash — W. S. Bailey, Spring Hope. 

New Hanover — J. W. Brooks, Wilmington. 

Northampton — W. F. Outland, Woodland. 

Onslow — A. Z. Jarman, Richland. 

Orange — N. W. Brown, Hillsboro. 

Pamlico — J. L. Riggs, Bayboro. 

Pasquotank — J. S. Morris, Elizabeth City, 
R. F. D., No. 1. 

Pender — J. H. Newkirk, Watha. 

Perquimans — G. R. Bateman, Burgess. 

Person — R. A. Burch, Roxboro. 

Pitt— A. J. Moye, Farmville. R. F. D., No. 1. 

Polk— W. C. Robertson, Saluda. 

Randolph — S. W. Laughlin, Asheboro. 

Richmond— W. M. Kelly, Rockingham. 

Robeson — W. K. Culbreth. Lumberton, R- T 
D.. No. 6. 

Rockingham — F. N. Cox, Spray. 

Rowan— W. H. Hobson. Salisbury. 

Rutherford— W. C. McBride. Rutherfordton 

Sampson — W. F. Sessons, Clinton. 

Scotland — C. C. Snead. Laurel Hill. 

Stanley — R. C. Hill. Albemarle. 

Stokes — R. J. Petree. Germanton. 

Surry— T. M. George, Elkin. 

Swain — Thomas Ferguson, Bryson City. 

Transylvania— O. W. Clayton, Brevard. 

Tyrrell — Enoch Bateman, Columbia. 

Union — L. L. Fincher, Mineral Springs. 

Vance — Enoch Powell, Henderson. 

Wake — E. T. Banks, Raleigh. 

Warren — W. S. Gardner, Macon. 

Washington— C E. Ainsley, Creswell. 

Watauga— W. D. Farthing. Boone. 

Wavne— E. W. Hill. Goldsboro. 

Wilkes — C. H. Cowles, Wilkesboro. 

Wilson — A. B. Boykin, Wilson. 

Yadkin— G. T. White. Buck Shoals. 

Yancey — W. T. Angline. Burnsville. 



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[iK.MiicilATie STATE PLATFOBM 



STATE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM— 1914. 



We, the representatives of the Democratic 
Party assembled in convention under conditions 
of Democratic responsibility in State and Na- 
tion, rejoice in the large measure of success 
with which Democratic promises have been 
enacted into law, ami with which Democratic 
principles have been applied in restoring equal 
opportunities to all sections and all classes. 
\\v reaffirm our allegiance to the cardinal 
principles of Democratic government, and we 
again present our cause to the people in the full 
confidence that a continuation of Democratic 
control will result in a complete restoration 
of the high ideals' of constitutional government 
as established by the fathers of the Republic, 
and interpreted to meet the needs of the prog- 
ress of the times. 

Indorsement of President Wilson's Administra- 
tion. 

We indorse the administration of Woodrow 
Wilson, and the broad statesmanship, high 
ideals, earnestness and application with which 
he is administering his high office. The Dem- 
ocratic Party under brave and wise leadership 
lias merited the confidence and the support of 
the American people. It has restored the Gov- 
ernment to the people and wrested the Gov- 
ernment from the hands of the favored classes, 
in which the Republicans had placed it. The 
tariff has been revised downward, and the 
power to tax the people wrested from the 
favored few. It has destroyed monopoly of 
credit and enacted a system which will insure 
equal banking facilities for all of the people 
without regard to section or class. 
Foreign Policy Indorsed. 

We especially commend the just and patriotic 
foreign policy of the President of the United 
States. In dealing with other nations, our 
country, under the guidance of President Wil- 
son's great intelligence and sincere love of jus- 
tice, has acknowledged no standard of con- 
duct beneath that demanded by Christian na- 
tions. 

Indorsement of Senators and Representatives in 
Congress. 

We heartily indorse the record of achieve- 
ment and leadership in the National Congress 
of our United States Senators and Representa- 
tives, and take pride in the opportunity that 
came to our State to furnish their wise and 
seasoned leadership in the successful working 
out of the great problems of a National Demo- 
cratic Administration. 

Indorsement of State Administration. 

We indorse the administration of Governor 
Locke Craig, and the other State officials, and 
especially commend the successful efforts of the 
General Assembly, the Governor, and the Cor- 
poration Commission for the readjustment of 
our interstate freight rates; and we express 
the confidence that their zeal in this cause will 
be productive of further fruitful results until 
discriminations in freight rates will be entirely 
removed; and we pledge a continuation of our 
efforts to remove all such discriminations. 
Education. 

We rejoice in the progress our State is mak- 
ing in the cause of the education of all the 
children under Democratic rule, and we pledge 
to the people of the State the continued sup- 
port of the party until a six months school 
in every district throughout North Carolina 
shall be a realization, and the resources of the 
State under Democratic rule will be used to 
promote this end as rapidly as economic con- 
ditions permit, and to this end we urge the 
adoption of the amendment to the Constitution 
providing for the establishment of a six months 



school. We urge that the efforts of those men 
and institutions engaged in the splendid work 
of conserving the health of our people, in 
eradicating disease and preventing infection. 
be seconded with enthusiastic and unstinted 
support, both by State and local governments. 
Enforcement of Prohibition Laws. 

We stand for the strict upholding of the laws 
prohibiting the sale and manufacture of in- 
toxicating liquors, in the enforcement of 
which great progress has been made. We are 
glad by the evidence that both drinking and 
drunkenness and the crime that they bring are 
rapidly decreasing. 

Legalized State-Wide Primary. 

We indorse the principles of a legalized 
State-wide primary for all National, State and 
Judicial officers, and we pledge the party to 
the enactment of such laws as will make this 
principle applicable to all political parties. 
Revise Penal System. 

We recommend that our penal system be re- 
vised in light of the most modern methods. 
Reduction of Freight Rate. 

We congratulate all concerned upon the ad- 
vances made by our Governor and the General 
Assembly, and especially upon the epoch- 
making victory recently won oefore the Inter- 
state Commerce Commission, in the matter of 
relieving North Carolina points of the discrimi- 
nation in freight tariffs in favor of points in 
other States; and we urge that the struggle so 
well begun shall be pressed until there shall 
not remain a shadow of suspicion that the peo- 
ple of this State labor under disadvantage so 
far as the common carriers are concerned, both 
interstate and intrastate. 

Insurance Rates. 

We likewise ask that the present investiga- 
tion of insurance rates be pressed to a con- 
clusion that will remove all question as to 
discriminations adverse to our people on this 
point. 

Aid to Farmers — Rural Credits. 

We bring before our party the especial de- 
mands and the needs of the farmers of North 
Carolina, in the conviction that all that serves 
them serves all the people. We recommend 
that the State follow up its increasingly use- 
ful work of inspection, education, and instruc- 
tion, with aid to a system of rural credits, 
designed to enable the producers of the wealth, 
from which the State draws its life, to manage 
their enterprises at the lowest possible rate of 
interest and to market their products to the 
best advantage. We urge our Representatives 
in Congress to uphold the President in his 
plans to aid our farmers in the matter of rural 
credits. We recommend the encouragement of 
studies in practical agriculture in our free 
schools. 

Conservation of Resources. 

We recommend the enactment of effective 
legislation to control our natural resources, 
especially our forests and fisheries and our 
wild game, and that such legislation be, so far 
as possible, State-wide. 

Good Roads. 

We urge the building of good roads through- 
out the State and the encouragement of our 
farmers in the splendid progress which they 
are making in the improved condition of coun- 
try life. 

Public Health. 

We demand every possible safeguard for the 
health of the people of the State, and that the 
government of the State shall be at all times 
responsive to the needs, demands, and happi- 
ness of our people. 



REPUBLICAN STATE PLATFORM 



NORMAL AND COLLEGIATE 
INSTITUTE 

ASHEVLLLE, NORTH CAROMNA. 

Under care of Presbyterian Church TJ. S. A. Offers to young: 
wonien four thorough courses of study under sixteen teachers and 
officers who are experts. Site unrivaled for healthfulness and beauty. 

Board and Tuition $100 a Year. 

For Catalog address 

EDWARD P. CHELDS, Field Superintendent. 
MISS MARY F. HICKOK, Principal. 

REPUBLICAN STATE PLATFORM— 1914. 



The Platform As Adopted. 

The platform adopted, is as follows: 

First — We Republicans in convention as- 
sembled appeal to the people of North Caro- 
lina to set the welfare of our State above 
party and above prejudice; to exercise their 
freedom to vote: to vote according to the dic- 
tates of conscience and to choose such men for 
public office and vote for such measures as will 
best promote our common interest. 

Republican Principles And Policies. 

Second — We stand, as we have always stood, 
for the principles and policies of the Repub- 
lican party, and hereby invite a comparison of 
the conditions both of business and labor that 
prevailed under the laws enacted in pursuance 
of these policies during the sixteen years from 
the election of McKinley to the election of 
Wilson, with the conditions of today, when 
we have had only two years under Democratic 
policies. 

Revenue And Taxation Amendment. 

Third — We favor the adoption of the pro- 
posed amendment to article V. of the Consti- 
tution relative to revenue and taxation. 
Six Months Public School. 

Fourth — We favor the education of the chil- 
dren of the State to the highest point possible 
and as a means to that end we favor the 
adoption of the proposed amendment to the 
Constitution providing for a six months' school 
term. 

State-Wide Legalized Primary. 

Fifth — We favor a State-wide legalized pri- 
mary applicable to all parties and for all of- 
fices. 

Australian Ballot. 

Sixth — We demand a fair election law and 
the opportunity for every man to cast a secret 
ballot, and to that end we favor the enaction 
of a law providing for the Australian ballot, 
with every citizen protected from fraud in 
election by a most rigid corrupt practice act. 
Labor Laws. 

Seventh — We believe in the dignity of labor 
and the elevation of the wage earner, and 
pledge our party to the enactment of such laws 
as will best promote this end. 
Reformatories. 

Eighth— We favor the establishment of 



one or more reformatories for the correction 
of youthful criminals, convicted of minor of- 
fenses, and we favor a separate reformatory 
for females convicted of similar offenses. 
Use of Convicts. 

Ninth — Instead of using our convicts in 
raising cotton and peanuts in competition with 
the farmers of our State, we favor the State 
opening up lime quarries and employing the 
convicts in them, thereby giving our farmers 
lime at absolute cost and in their use in the 
construction of public highways and other pub- 
lic improvements, but we demand that a more 
humane system he inaugurated in the manage- 
ment and working of the convicts of our State 
and that the hours of labor shall be fixed and 
limited by law. 

Just Freight Rates. 

Tenth — We demand that the discrimination 
against our State and her cities in freight 
rates shall cease, and that laws be enacted to 
correct any and all inequalities, irregularities 
and exorbitant charges on the part of the rail 
roads, insurance companies, and all other pub- 
lic service corporations. 

Railroads In New Sections. 

Eleventh — Realizing the difficulty to meet 
their expenses that confronts all railroads bull! 
into new and undeveloped sections, we favor 
the enactment of such law as will permit then 
to earn a fair compensation. 

Against Bond Issues. 

Twelfth — We deplore the continual issue of 
bonds made necessary to provide means to 
meet the deficiency in our stale trasury, in- 
erasing in amount every year: caused largely 
by the great and continued increase in the 
appointment of office holders, and othi 
travagances in the administration of our state 
affairs. We therefore invite every tax payer 
for his own protection to join us in bringing 
about a more economical administration In 
the correction of these abuses in our State 
affairs. 

Health Plank. 

Thirteenth — We believe the greatest B 
conservation in North Carolina is the eon 
tion of human lives, health, happiness, 
efficiency. Preventable and postponable dis 
easi s now destroy thousands of North Care 



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PROGRESSIVE STATE PLATFORM 



linians every year and temporarily incapacitates 
tens of thousands of others. The gross 
economic losa to our State from preventable 

sickness and death now amounts to many 
millions of dollars every year. 

It has been fullj demonstrated In parts of 
our own state and elsewhere that practically 
all this tremendous loss through preventable 
sickness and death can be checked through ade- 
quate, efficient public health measures. We 
therefore endorse the efforts of those persons 
at present engaged in this work so far as they 
have gone, and urge that ample provision he 
made for the more rapid conservation of this 
great loss, commensurate with its importance. 

To this end we urge that provision be made 
for increasing the capacity of the State Sana- 



torium for the Treatment of Tuberculosis as 
rapidly as the demands may require and that 
provision be made for the treatment of our 
indigent tubercular sick at the state Sana- 
torium. 

We urge that additional provision be made 
for furnishing biological products such as 
diphtheria antitoxin, anti-rabic serum, anti- 
t ill dc serum, anti-typhoid vaccine and small- 
pox vaccine to all citizens of the State free 
of charge. 

We urge that additional duties and powers 
be given health authorities to enable them to 
forestall and to especially cope with outbreaks 
of contagious or infectious diseases and to 
enable them to prevent the occurrence of 
di rases due to filth and insanitation. 



PROGRESSIVE STATE PLATFORM— 1914. 



PLATFORM OF PROGRESSIVE PARTY, 

ADOPTED AT GREENSBORO, SEPT. 

3, 1912. 

We, the representatives of the Progressive 
party In North Carolina, in our first State 
convention assembled, conscious of our respon- 
sibilities ae citizens and convinced of the 
righteouness of the cause we espouse, confess 
our faith in the national Progressive platform, 
pledge our efforts to promote their enact- 
ment into law, and declare our allegiance to 
Roosevelt and Johnson, the distinguished can- 
didates of the party for president and vice- 
president of the United States. 

Confronted for years in this State by unfor- 
tunate political conditions, which excluded 
intelligent political discussion of State affairs, 
embittered public discussion, and produced 
political intolerance, we may now congratu- 
late ourselves as a people that the baneful 
era is passed, and, in this nation-wide pro- 
gressive movement toward higher ideals of 
statesmanship in dealing with economic, social 
and industrial questions, which press upon 
us as for solution, there is no place for the 
antiquated issues of a dead past. Every man, 
we believe, whose conscience is awake to the 
obligations of citizenship should intelligently 
and resolutely, at whatever sacrifice, align 
himself with that political party which rep- 
resents his views as to State and national 
issues. This is freedom. This is liberty. 
It is patriotic duty. 

National Platform. 

The national platform of the Progressive 
party in its stand for only "honest protec- 
tion" which shall "equalize conditions of 
competition between the United States and 
foreign countries both for the farmer and the 
manufacturer, and which shall maintain for 
labor an adequate standard of living;" for the 
conservation of our natural resources: the 
drainage of our swamp lands and the building 
of reservoirs to supply water to our arid 
wastes; for governmental efficiency in all de- 
partments of our government, executive, legis- 
lative and judicial, with the recall of judicial 
decisions on constitutional questions; for the 
restoration of this government from the rule 
of the bosses, who are the subservient tools 
of the special interests, to the rule of the people 
as expressed in primaries and elections; for 
the betterment of the conditions of farm life, 
protection to working men, and minimum scale 
of wages for working women; for control and 
regulation of railroads and corporations, but 
for social and industrial justice applied to all 
classes and conditions of society; and in out- 
lining a program of practical legislation for 
needed reforms, constitutes in itself a call of 



righteousness to the patriots citizens of this 
land. 

Appeal to Electors. 

We, therefore, appeal to the electors of this 
State, whatever their past political affiliations, 
to read and digest our platform with impartial 
consideration and, if in accord with its views, 
to unite with us in this progressive movement 
to attain for the people the much needed legis- 
lation. 

In the spirit of progress, looking forward 
and not backward, we believe the time has 
come in this State for its citizens, who would 
lay broadly and deeply the basis of our future 
civilization on practical achievements and firm 
moral standards, to unite their efforts in 
bringing about social, industrial, legislative 
and judicial reforms in the State, as well as 
the national government. 

We need the spirit of a broader statesman- 
ship in this State, the vision of things 
to be done in the service of the people, and 
the devotion of men to the substantial welfare 
of the State, apart from personal ambition, 
and the concentration of the public mind upon 
our agricultural, industrial, educational and 
moral advancement. 

We, therefore, applying the progressive 6pirit 
of the affairs of State, advocate: 

Frimaries and Elections. 

1. Honesty in the conduct of primaries and 
eleotionsi. There 5a no jdifference between 
political and personal honesty in any standard 
of morals. The corrupt use of money in 
party primaries and public elections is a grow- 
ing evil in this State. The sacredness of the 
ballot box is essential to the preservation 
of our liberties. We favor the passage of a 
corrupt practice act. applicable alike to all 
primaries and elections, requiring publicity 
of campaign expenditures, and making all 
improper use of money, methods or means, 
tending to debauch the electorate, a felony 
in the person or persons in the wrong; and 
when 6uch means are employed, the offender 
si) all forfeit his suffrage and the candidate 
benefited thereby the right to the nomination, 
if chosen, or public office, if elected. The 
hope and permanency of our institutions de- 
pend upon honest elections and high standards 
of personal responsibility in the exercise of 
their franchise. 

Public Schools. 

2. Our public schools should be adequate 
to meet all reasonable demands. No false 
economy should thwart the opportunity of 
any boy or girl in the State to obtain an edu- 
cation. Their education is an imperative and 
sacred duty. The State should provide free 
6chool books and a longer school term. Edu- 



PROGRESSIVE STATE PLATFORM 



The North Carolina State 
Normal and Industrial College 

Offers to the young women of the State five regular courses 
leading to the Degrees of Bachelor of Pedagogy, Bachelor 
of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Music, and 
Bachelor of Science in Home Economics. : : : : 



THE 



TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL SESSION BEGINS 
SEPTEMBER, 1915. 



The Summer Session of the College will be held during the 
months of June and July, 1915. 



For Catalogue and other information, address, 

JULIUS I. FOUST, President : : GREENSBORO, N. C. 



cation should be compulsory in all counties 
which may vote by a majority of the electors 
so to make it. County superintendents of 
education 6hould be elected by the people. 
We condemn as unjust the practice of making 
school districts so as to lay the special tax 
schooling on corporate or other special prop- 
erty owners. Education in the public schools 
should be directed to equipping the boy for 
some practical occupation, and the girl in a 
knowledge of domestic science and economy. 
Our lady teachers, now underpaid, not aver- 
aging salaries greater than paid to uneducated 
colored day laborers, should be adequately 
compensated for their services that they may 
be able the better to equip themselves for 
their work, and others to be encouraged to 
enter the profession. Chivalry to them de- 
mands it. This is social justice. 

3. The public institutions of this State, 
alike educational and charitable, should be 
liberally sustained, but in the interest of 
efficiency and wise economy, all supplies to 
these and other departments should be pur- 
chased and supervised by a non-partisan 
commission to be appointed by the governor. 
Estimates of materials required should be 
made at the beginning of each year and con- 
tracts awarded, after advertisement, to the 
lowest bidder, the materials to be delivered 
as required in the current year; thus enabling 
the State to purchase in quantities at the 
lowest price. It has been said by a leading 
business man, once a member of the board of 
one of our public institutions, that three intel- 
ligent business men, supervising the expendi- 
tures of all of our public institutions, could 
6ave the State $75,000 annually. 

Board of Health. 

4. The Legisilalture. in concurrence with 



the medical societies of the State, should 
liberally sustain and extend the work of the 
State board of health by appropriating ample 
means for its efficient maintenance in dis- 
seminating a knowledge of sanitary laws and 
the eradication of preventable diseases. Sta- 
tistics show that the death rate from typhoid 
fever in North Carolina is four times the 
average in Switzerland. No people can be a 
great people who are not strong, virile and 
healthy. The State should take every possible 
means known to modern ■ science to preserve 
the health of its people. Our climate naturally 
is healthy and invigorating and we should 
maintain a high standard of public health 
by the strict enforcement of all sanitary laws. 

Penal Institutions. 
5. Our penal institutions should be cor- 
rective and reformatory in their purpose. 
Prisoners should be treated humanely. Mur- 
der is murder, whether committed by prison 
guard or other person and discipline is not 
dependent upon severity. The parole S3 tem 
should be introduced and liberally granted to 
prisoners. Convicts should be employed only 
on public works and roads. Society derives 
no economic benefit when it imprisons the 
citizen, whatever his crime, and deprives those 
dependent upon him of support and pockets 
the proceeds of his labor. The protlt d. 
by the county or State from the labor of 
convicts falls on the innocent wife, child or 
others whom the convict may have suppor oil. 
We, therefore, advocate the passage of a law 
requiring the State or county to pay to the 
family of the convict all income derived hrom 
his labor at a lair compensation over and 
above his necessary support while confined, 
and laws which will put into practice such 
training as will better fit the convict for citl- 



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Ip when discharged. This is enlightened 
social justice. 

Registration Laws — Torrens Systfim. 

6. Our registration system is antiquated 
We favor the adoption of the Torrens system. 
The State should undertake a State survey 
of its territory' on lines by which all titles 
may be ultimately conveyed. The Torrens 
system means that the owner of the land, at 
his option, submits his title to examination, 
the State corrects all defects, if any, guaran- 
tees the title and possession and issues to t lie 
owner a certificate winch certifies his title. 
A duplicate of the certificate is retained at 
the register's office, and on the transfer of 
the property the certificate is surrendered to 
the register, cancelled, and a new certificate 
issued to the purchaser. The land cannot be 
conveyed afterwards except by a surrender of 
the certificate. Temporary loans can be made 
by attaching this certificate to a note, since, 
without the possession of the certificate, the 
owner could not part with the property, in 
the same manner as stock certificates of cor- 
porations are used as collateral. The State 
in the first instance collects a small per- 
centage on the tax valuation, which is paid 
into a fund to protect its guaranty. This 
system would bring land into an active market 
as collateral, facilitate transfers, add to land 
values, and enable small loans to be made 
without the expense of legal examination and 
the drawing of deeds. If necessary, we favor 
a constitutional amendment to make this sys- 
tem permanent and effective in this State. 

Tax Laws. 

7. Our tax laws should be modernized. 
Hundreds of thousands of dollars on per- 
sonal property escape taxation. Local tax 
assessors undervalue land to avoid the pay- 
ment of taxe to the State on a proper valua- 
tion. Laws should be passed to equalize tax 
assessments, so that all property should bear 
pro rata the burden of taxes. 

The Courts. 

8. The Legislature, in concurrence with 
the bench and bar of this State, should re- 
model our court procedure. "The law's de- 
lay" is proverbial, but. Its very life is in the 
prompt enforcement of criminal law and in 
the redress of private grievances without, delay. 
The non-enforcement of the law in many sec- 
tions of our State has become a public 
scandal. There is no use of passing statutes 
without enforcing them and you cannot en- 
force them without the means to do so. The 
attorney general's department -hould be given 
greater power and should be allowed legal 
assistance to manage all litigation in which 
the State is involved and supervise the proper 
enforcement of criminal statutes. There should 
be a contingent fund placed at hi» disposal 
to be used by him when the emergency arises 
for the detection and punishment of criminals. 
Our system of criminal law and detection 
should be adjusted to meet the conditions 
of a more complex population. 

Freight Discrimination. 

9. The discrimination of freight rates 
against the cities and towns of this State is 
a matter of serious import and continuous loss 
to our people. In the short-sighted policy of 
the lease of the North Carolina railroad, at 
midnight, and secretly, several years in ad- 
vance of the termination of the old lease and 
for a period of ninety-nine years, at the rate, 
of seven per cent, on the stock held by tho 
State, and the parting with the control of 
that property, is partly the occasion of the 
discrimination, and when it appeared the State 
could have leased it at 10 per cent., if com- 



petition had been open, the direct loss to the 
State is the difference between 7 and 10 
per cent., or the loss of $90,000 each year 
for the period of ninety-nine years, and the 
inexcusable action of the State Legislature 
of 1S99 in permiting the dismemberment of 
the Car* Fear and Yadkin Valley railroad, 
when a former Legislature had prohibited its 
dismemberment and the Federal courts held 
it could not be legally done, without, legisla- 
tive permission, whereby the road was divided, 
the western half passing to the Southern and 
the eastern half to the Coast Line, is another 
cause of freight discrimination. This dis- 
memberment cut 1,500 square miles of trading 
territory from the seaport of Wilmington, sub- 
ordinated the control of the western section 
of the road to Norfolk and northern markets, 
and destroyed the benefit, of lower freight 
rates in competition with the water rates 
through Wilmington and Southport. These 
wrongs to the State serve to illustrate t lie 
domination of public and legislation by the 
special interests and, in the latter case, was 
concurrent with large contributions of the 
railroads to the campaign fund of the domi- 
nant political party. The loss to the State 
directly or indirectly has been incalculable. 
We favor the proper action by the State Legis- 
lature through the courts and by appeal to 
the State and Interstate Corporation com- 
missions to ameliorate the unjust discrimina- 
tion in freight rates against this State. 
Corporations. 

10. Corporations, industrial and railroad, 
are necessary agencies for our material de- 
velopment, and they should be protected in 
their just rights and accorded a "square 
deal," but, they should be required at all 
times to conduct their operations in fairness 
to others, and the public interests. We oppose 
industrial corporations known as trusts ; favor 
the repeal of the present State statute per- 
mitting one corporation to own stock in an- 
other, and the passage of a law which will 
prohibit it and prevent all combinations in 
restraint of trade which are oppressive and 
unreasonable. 

Water Powers. 

11. The natural water powers of the State 
should be owned and controlled by the State. 
The development of these water powers, under 
the State's supervision, would repa*y with 
interest the cost and largely contribute in 
time to the State's revenue. The concrete dam 
once constructed the power could be leased 
to electric companies for transmission under 
conditions which would prevent the possibility 
of private monopoly. The Legislature could 
make provision to acquire by condemnation 
for the public use all undeveloped water power 
and the credit of the State should be used for 
this development as the power could be used 
This would be conservation of our natural 
resources. 

State Canals. 

12. The Federal government is now opening 
up the Cape Fear river from Wilmington to 
Fayetteville with a permanent eight-foot chan- 
nel. The State should supplement this work 
of the government by extending an inland 
canal system, which is feasible and was once 
begun, but abandoned in the early history of 
the State. The effect would be to give central 
North Carolina a water rate to the ocean. 

Employers' Liability Act. 

13. We favor the passage by the State of 
an employers' liability act, providing for com- 
pensation of injured working men, similar to 
such statutes adopted by the Federal govern- 
ment and in other States; the abolition of the 
doctrine of contributory negligence and as- 



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sumption of risk in all cases, and laws to 
safeguard workmen in dangerous employments. 
The fact that in industrial plants operating 
machinery, and on railroads, over one-half 
of a million injuries occur annually, as re- 
ported to the accident insurance companies, 
make such laws imperative a» a duty to 
humanity. 

14. We favor the creation of State loan 
and land banks to be operated under State 
supervision and control loans to be made on 
real estate only within a given radius of the 
location of each bank, such banks not to be 
allowed to engage in commercial banking. 
Object: to utilize the capital of each com- 
munity in facilitating loan?, bring land into 
the market as collateral, and to employ 
through the medium of the bank the savings 
of the people to the advance of their own 
community. The commercial bank and the 
savings bank each have distinct fun-lions. 
The practice in vogue in this State by which 
national banks, doing a commercial business, 
operate so-called savings banks subsidiary 
thereto, as an indirect means of paying in- 
terest on deposits, which are used in com- 
mercial transactions, should be (prohibited. 
The directors and officers of one bank should 
not hold similar positions or exercise control 
in another bank, as it tends to concentrate 
the control of banking facilities. The savings 
banks should, by law, be confined to their 
proper sphere and their loans should be made 
within the State on staple seiurities so as 
to keep the people's deposits within the State 
for its upbuilding and to prevent our capital 
being sent to other States where the rates of 
interest are higher. The custom of these so- 
called savings banks paying four per cent, 
interest on deposits and loaning their de- 
posits on commercial paper in other States 
at rates of interest higher than those pro- 
vided by statute in North Carolina should be 
prohibited by law. 



Agriculture. 

15. The influence of our State agricul- 
tural department, supplementing the work of 
the Federal government, upon approved farm 
methods, has been potential for good. It 
should be liberally maintained and its field of 
operation extended as occasion demands. The 
farm is the basis of our wealth. The farmers 
prosperity is the nation's prosperity. Legis- 
lation, State and Federal, should be directed 
toward bettering the condition of the farmer 
and in colaboration with his organized 
societies, devise ways and means to promote 
the highest efficiency of agriculture, in all Its 
branches, and the welfare of the tiller of the 
soil. 

Public Roads. 

16. The convenience, economy and neces- 
sity of public roads is now recognized. The 
State should issue bonds and build a 6ystem 
of State highways from the seacoast to the 
mountains, cross sectioned from the Virginia 
to the South Carolina line, of permanent con- 
struction, and as a basis of an interconnecting 
system of highways all over the State, leaving 
the counties free to connect their local road? 
to such main highways 

Swamp Lands. 

17. The drainage of swamp land would be 
of inestimable advantaRe to the State. The 
State should employ engineers to lay off areas 
to be drained, issue bonds for the purpose 
and distribute the cost between the owner' 
of the drained lands, according to the benefit 
each derives and collect by special assessment 
from the land owners, levied annually ovei 
long periods of time, the money so expected 
and advanced, which should be applied to the 
payment and redemption of the bonds Issued 

18. Local self-government is a fundamental 
policy of our political institutions. The right 
of a State to legislate, either under Its gen- 
eral or police powers. In all matters of state 
concern, i6 equally fundamental. Each should 



VOTE FOR GOVEBNOB AM) STATE OFFICERS— 1912 



be preserved In Its integrity without the sub 
ordination of the one to the other. The Legis- 
lature should enact legislation of local char- 
acter to the representative of a county elected 
upon a written platform demanding such legis- 
lation of his country: provided, this section 
does not apply to the local option question. 



Conclusion. 
We invite the co-operation of the men and 
women of our State who are willing to strive 
in unselfish purpose to develop the natural 
resources, which God has given us to utilize, 
and to advance our civilization on high ideals 
of moral, social and industrial justice. 



VOTE FOR GOVERNOR— 1912 



COUNTIES. 



8 

y 

Alamance ... 2,168 

Alexander .. 871 

Alleghany ... 676 

Anson 1,513 

Ashe 1,700 

Avery 227 

Beaufort ... 1,825 

Bertie 1,636 

Bladen 1,229 

Brunswick . . 827 

Buncombe .. 3,875 

Burke 1,375 

Cabarrus 1,864 

Caldwell 1,661 

Camden 317 

Carteret 1,165 

Caswell 830 

Catawba 2,136 

Chatham 1,683 

Cherokee 949 

Chowan 695 

Clay 381 

Cleveland ... 2,398 

Columbus ... 1.894 

Craven 1.859 

Cumberland 1,786 

Currituck ... 629 

Dare 391 

Davidson . . . 2,505 

Davie 835 

Duplin 1,829 

Durham 2,264 

Edgecombe .. 1,823 

Forsyth 3,119 

Franklin ... 1,941 

Gf.ston 2,363 

Gates 640 

Graham 431 

Granville ... 1,670 

Greene 921 

Guilford 3,874 

Halifax 2,334 

Harnett 1,409 

Haywood ... 2,087 

Henderson .. 1,086 

Hertford 764 



g 

as 

324 
S52 
366 
135 
1,027 
172 
293 

28 

43 

380 

1.045 

91 

1,094 

593 

29 
222 
202 
300 
155 
1,165 

48 
9 
114 
343 
118 
499 

21 

243 

2.118 

1,082 

46 
349 

93 
2,646 
113 
390 
110 
411 
289 
163 
661 

40 
209 
561 
695 






1.416 

141 

103 

SO 

641 

847 

482 

57 

414 

201 

1,493 

1,211 

782 

828 

48 

4S9 

10 

1,763 

1,219 

74 

60 

386 

845 

424 

135 

430 

4 

14 

567 

68 

970 

932 

43 

312 

202 

1,076 

100 

72 

198 

99 

1,685 

120 

901 

625 

805 

53 



CO 
H 
O 
Q 
O 

a 



10 



72 



12 



15 
3 
6 

49 

301 

1 

39 



10 
4 
2 



Hoke 658 

Hyde 685 

Iredell 2,649 

Jackson 1,233 

Johnston 2,959 

Jones 694 

Lee 888 

Lenoir 1,666 

Lincoln 1,324 

Macon 1,056 

Madison 925 

Martin 1,264 

McDowell .. 1,062 

Mecklenburg 4,110 

Mitchell 412 

Montgomery 1,132 

Moore 1.20S 

Nash 1,922 

New Hanover 1,990 

Northampton 1,672 

Onslow 904 

Orange 1,096 

Pamlico 703 

Pasquotank 1,011 

Pender 988 

Perquimans . 686 

Person 847 

Pitt 2,420 

Polk 676 

Randolph ... 2,828 

Richmond . . . 1,357 

Robeson 3,103 

Rockingham 1.997 

Rowan 2,839 

Rutherford .. 2,241 

Sampson 1,289 

Scotland 774 

Stanly 1.742 

Stokes 1,168 

Surry 2,006 

Swain 799 

Transylvania 640 

Tyrrell 382 

Union 1,724 

Vance 1,223 

Wake 4,221 

Warren 1,044 

Washington 509 

Watauga ... 981 

Wayne 2,390 

Wilkes 1,622 

Wilson 1,877 

Yadkin 774 

Yancey 1,150 



Total 



.149,975 



24 

57 

512 

764 

1,761 

76 

95 

214 

67 

314 

842 

231 

886 

452 

. 177 

291 

464 

200 

211 

43 

55 

516 

108 

61 

21 

310 

811 

457 

621 

475 

116 

211 

899 

808 

165 

176 

8 

600 

1,585 

2,529 

789 

310 

309 

114 

199 

593 

88 

471 

723 

131 

528 

65 

1,068 

50 

43,625 



VOTE FOR STATE OFFICERS— 1912 



32 

236 

1,000 

220 

502 

66 
386 
201 
1,015 
614 
900 

18 
189 
342 
717 
668 
410 
426 

69 

42 
444 
468 
279 
117 
234 

42 

62 

239 

5 

1,759 

85 

344 

453 

961 

1.423 

2,366 

48 
1,005 

48 
288 
246 
321 

43 
326 
151 
943 

22 

39 
455 
948 
2,332 
442 
426 
1,028 



49,930 944 



18 
39 



2 
17 



57 
27 



1 

2] 

6 



19 

1 

10 



LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR. 

E. D. Daughtridge 149,779 

Jas. R. Gaskill 42.400 

Chas. E. Greene 51,351 

B. T. Tiller 956 

Daughtridge's majority, 55.072. 

SECRETARY OF STATE. 

J. Bryan Grimes 150,093 

Wm. J. Andrews 42.339 



D. H. Sentef 51.175 

Wm. Weatherly 954 

Grimes' majority, 55.625. 

AUDITOR. 

Wm. P. Wood 150.056 

John Q. A. Wood 42.606 

J. F. Click 51,392 

D. Stewart 955 

Wood's majority, 55,103. 



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52 VOTE FOB UNITED STATES KKNATOR— 1914 






TREASURER. 

Benj. R. Lacy 

Daniel W. Patrick 


150, 10S 

42.328 


COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE. 
Win. A. Graham 149.998 




Alfred Jj. French 


42,502 




D. I,. Gore 

W. B. Tavlor 


51,478 

960 




51,344 






898 




Lacy's majority, 55,342. 

SUPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 

James Y. Joyner 149.986 


Graham's majority, 55,254. 

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER. 






42,381 










51,379 

901 


Clyde Eby 


51.050 




B. E. Lane 901 

Young's majority, 55,319. 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES SUPREME COURT. 

Wm. A. Hoke 149,430 

T. T. Hicks 80,524 

Hoke's majority, 68,906. 
Geo. H. Brown 148,017 




Joyner's majority, 55,325. 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL. 
Tlios \V Bickett 150.069 




David H Blair 


42.466 




Bickett's majority, 55,321. 
COMMISSIONER OF LABOR AND PRINTING. 
M L Shipman 149.56' 




Wm. S. O'B. Robinson 82.653 

Brown's majority, 65.364. 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. 

First Judicial District. 

Stephen C. Bragaw 149.596 






42,379 






51.361 






903 




Shipman's majority, 54,926. 

CORPORATION COMMISSIONERS. 

For Term Ending Jan. 1, 1915. 
Edward L Travis 150.027 




Thos. J. Hicks 

R. D. Carson 


1 

18 

3 




Brsgaw's majority, 149,571. 

Ninth Judicial District. 

Howard A. Foushee 149,834 

Wm. D. Merritt 42.894 






42,423 






51.415 

905 




Travis' majority, 1912 vote. $55,284. 

For Travis' 1914 Vote, see page 55. 
For Six-Year Term. 

Geo. P. Pell 149.929 

Wm E White , 42.346 




F. O. Carver 41,348 

Foushee's majority, 65,592. 

Fifteenth Judicial District. 
Frank Carter 1 49. Rl 5 




V. T. Grabbs 

Pell's majority, 55,314. 

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COUNTIES ° 

DO 

03 
V 


51,380 

889 




Fred W. Thomas 


43,607 




Carter's majority, 106,208. 


-1914. 

2,349 5 
1,086 7 
1,122 3 
574 3 
53 19 
2,977 213 
128 ... 
1,605 
156 
397 
183 
160 
1,461 50 
26 2 
1,576 

1,174 4 

1,523 2 

39 

34 

31 

1,643 

1,054 7 
2,242 
'79 '.'.'. 
560 
320 
1,134 
930 
1,441 
125 
1,003 3 
1,044 2 

930 

1,027 

854 12 

208 4 

50 

15 




MITED ST, 

CD 

3J (- 

-^ QJ 
"3 > 

5 3 
<i •■» 
<i trj 

1,528 4 

1,139 

503 
94 
1,753 2 

919 

534 49 
34 

614 

826 
2,620 
1,247 
2,039 
1,461 
11 

582 

115 

2,380 

1,172 

1,129 

2 

406 '. '. ! 
1,064 2 
579 
129 
891 
18 
288 


ATES SENATOR- 








Duplin 1,403 








Edgecombe 892 




Franklin 953 




Gaston 2,070 




Gates 598 




Graham 440 




Granville 1,137 




Alexander 930 


Greene 622 




Alleghany 715 

Ashe 1,817 


Guilford 2,555 

Halifax 1,058 




Harnett 1,391 

Haywood 1,958 

Henderson 1,002 




Avery 247 




Bertie 744 




Hertford 418 

Hoke 444 

Hyde 233 




Bladen , . 957 




Burke 1,395 

Cabarrus 1,896 




Iredell 2,814 




Johnston 2,504 




Caldwell 1,612 

Camden 140 


Lee 850 




Carteret 1,113 


Lenoir 919 

Lincoln 1,213 




Caswell 635 

Chatham 1,589 








Madison 822 

Martin 779 

McDowell 1,124 




Cherokee 887 




Chowan 329 




Clay 357 

Cleveland 1,960 

Columbus 1,592 

Craven 839 


Mecklenburg 3,322 

Mitchell 419 








Moore 1,209 




Cumberland 1,298 

Currituck 687 


Xash 1,010 








Dare 344 











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Onslow 719 

Orange 963 

Pamlico 414 

Pasquotank 450 

Pender 7S2 

Perquimans 5S6 

Person 871 

Pitt 1,S80 

Polk 648 

Randolph 2,322 

Richmond 1,202 

Robeson 1.823 

K.M'kiiigham 1,748 

Rowan 2,265 

Rutherford 1,928 

Sampson »... 1,020 

Scotland 394 

Stanly 1,691 



STATE PRIMARY FOR SENATOR— 1912 



390 

850 

146 

100 

232 

308 

653 

242 

664 

2.1S3 

132 

527 

1,306 

1,689 

1.724 

2,688 

32 

1,640 



Stokes 1,307 

Surry 1,906 

Swain 701 

Transylvania 693 

Tyrrell 356 

Union 992 

Vance 1,048 

Wake 3.553 

Warren 1,161 

Washington 602 

Watauga 1.0S3 

Wayne 1,876 

Wilkes 1,634 

Wilson 827 

Yadkin 699 

Yancey 1,196 

Total 121,342 



1,613 

2,678 

1,011 

697 

372 

322 

214 

980 

58 

451 

1,150 

1,226 

2,811 

276 

1,340 

1,006 

87,101 



VOTE IN STATE PRIMARY FOR SENATOR— 1912. 



COUNTIES. 



Alamance 218 

Alexander 35 

Alleghany 19 

Anson 6S0 

Ashe 96 

Avery 

Beaufort 355 

Bertie 52 

Bladen 34 

Brunswick 158 

Buncombe 310 

Burke 63 . 

Cabarrus 37 

Caldwell 187 

Camden 91 

Carteret 15 

Caswell 48 

Catawba 315 

Chatham 187 

Cherokee 93 

Chowan 86 

Clay 30 

Cleveland 155 

Columbus 182 

Craven 62 

Cumberland 285 

Currituck 116 

Mitchell 33 

Montgomery 110 

Moore 199 

Nash 142 

New Hanover 175 

Northampton 158 

Onslow 64 

Orange 123 

Pamlico 25 

Pasquotank 121 

Pender 98 

Perquimans 65 

Person 10 

Pitt 431 

Polk 102 

Randolph 230 

Richmond 106 

Robeson 144 

Rockingham 399 

Rowan 163 

Rutherford 226 





•r. 


1,249 


513 


201 


618 


197 


405 


96 


734 


253 


1,220 


428 


967 


772 


909 


379 


769 


139 


702 


585 


2,518 


187 


1,039 


451 


1,391 


192 


1,287 


135 


S7 


263 


909 


531 


250 


369 


1.407 


460 


972 


101 


743 


257 


367 


66 


274 


801 


1,516 


627 


1,030 


209 


1.656 


265 


1,270 


217 


277 


83 


240 


219 


742 


223 


742 


1,025 


867 


459 


1,555 


694 


907 


271 


595 


669 


204 


223 


449 


544 


327 


180 


716 


155 


445 


753 


57 


951 


1,280 


123 


443 


361 


2,076 


628 


666 


756 


2,397 


1,030 


576 


1,308 


1,197 


282 


1,663 



Dare 13 

Davidson 2S 

Davie 52 

Duplin 161 

Durham 198 

Edgecombe 150 

Forsyth 299 

Franklin 346 

Gaston 161 

Gates 252 

Graham, 49 

Granville 275 

Greene 21 

Guilford 251 

Halifax 422 

Harnett 275 

Haywood 70 

Henderson 214 

Hertford 86 

Hoke 133 

Hyde 157 

Iredell 54 

Jackson 290 

Johnston 281 

Jones 5 

Lee 93 

Lenoir 62 

Lincoln 112 

Macon 177 

Madison 17 

Martin 222 

McDowell 176 

Mecklenburg 598 

Sampson 135 

Scotland 63 

Stanly 133 

Stokes 55 

Surry 196 

Swain 236 

Transylvania 36 

Tyrrell 31 

Union 765 

Vance 214 

Wake 837 

Warren 233 

Washington 66 

Watauga 170 

Wayne 141 

Wilkes 80 

Wilson 56 

Yadkin 75 

Yancey 100 

Totals 16,41 



197 


166 


469 


1.894 


217 


532 


332 


1,278 


1,378 


587 


1.0S6 


658 


- 1,461 


1,183 


482 


1.147 


790 


1,436 


178 


205 


84 


270 


797 


629 


718 


180 


1,818 


1,776 


1,604 


323 


430 


681 


452 


1,499 


29 


577 


332 


360 


179 


339 


173 


423 


595 


1,96:; 


114 


. 791 


789 


1,670 


125 


582 


219 


540 


574 


1,081 


263 


887 


89 


803, 


201 


635 


443 


625 


88 


747 


983 


2,746 


165 


990 


238 


472 


304 


1,226 


1,012 


102 


826 


915 


79 


506 


132 


405 


265 


100 


612 


485 


445 


575 


1,580 


1,822 


320 


520 


167 


260 


62 


591 


844 


1.4 IS 


357 


1,182 


861 


1,011 


226 


461 


258 


52S 



8 47.010 84.670 



VOTE FOK CO-'.l'ORATK-N COMMISSI! )NEIl 



GINN AND COMPANY 

Publishers of 

School and College 
Text Books 



70 Fifth Avenue 



NEW YORK 



Represented by 

P. E. SEAGLE, P. 0. Box 311, Raleigh, N. C. 

VOTE FOR CORPORATION COMMISSIONER— 1914. 






Counties. 



S 

■o 
K 

Alexander 929 

Alamance 1,936 

Alleghany 713 

Anson 864 

Ashe 1,810 

Avery 246 

Beaufort 1,146 

Bertie 744 

Bladen 907 

Brunswick 757 

Buncombe 3,771 

Burke 1,400 

Cabarrus 1,897 

Caldwell 1,612 

Camden 140 

Carteret 1,065 

Caswell 637 

Catawba 2,174 

Chatham 1,591 

Cherokee 886 

Chowan 32S 

Clay 357 

Cleveland 1,960 

Columbus 1,491) 

Craven 839 

Cumberland 1,294 

Currituck 687 



O 

1,140 

1,531 

503 

94 

1,754 

850 

534 

33 

614 

826 

2,620 

1,253 

2,043 

1.16H 

11 

453 

115 

2,427 

1,175 

1.130 

2 

406 
1,064 
527 
125 
892 
18 



49 



Dare 344 2S8 

Davidson 2.269 2,349 

Davie 765 1.087 

Duplin 1,400 1,108 

Durham 1,468 57S 

Edgecombe 896 61 

Forsyth 3.328 2,981 

Franklin : 953 129 

Gaston 2.06S 1,604 

Gates 598 156 

Gaham 440 397 

Granville 1,134 183 

Greene 612 160 

Guilford 2,504 1,452 

Halifax 1,048 29 

Harnett 1.390 1.570 

Haywood 1,957 1,172 

Henderson 1,003 1,524 

Hertford 417 38 

Hoke 443 34 

Hyde 233 31 

Iredell 2,800 1,641 

Jackson 1.159 l."'.l 

Johnston 2,205 2.242 

Jones 352 79 

Lee . _. 848 560 

Lenoir* 916 320 

Lincoln 1,215 1,132 

Macon 942 931 

Madison 822 1,442 

Martin 777 125 

McDowell 1.120 1.008 

Mecklenburg 3,329 1.061 

Mitchell 419 930 

Montgomery 1,161 1,021 

Moore 1,215 S54 

Nash 1,003 2ii7 

New Hanover 768 47 

Northampton 874 15 



7 

3 

3 

19 

213 



48 
2 



12 
4 



CONGRESSIONAL VOTE— 1914 



Onslow 719 391 

Orange 952 857 

ramlico 414 146 

Pasquotank 454 97 

Pender 789 230 

Perquimans 587 308 

Person 867 653 

Pitt 1,891 237 

Polk 649 666 

Randolph 2.323 2.184 

Richmond 1,201 131 

Robeson 1,821 527 

Rockingham 1,738 1,302 

Rowan 2,320 1.651 

Rutherford 1.923 1.726 

Sampsn 1,017 2,600 

Scotland 394 32 

Stanly 1,683 1,640 



Stokes 1,307 

Surry 1,876 

Swain 701 

Transylvania 693 

Tyrrell .'. 356 

Union 991 

Vance 1,042 

Wake 3,553 

Warren 1,154 

Washington 602 

Watauga 1,083 

Wayne 1,877 

Wilkes 1,635 

Wilson 824 

Yadkin 696 

Yancey 1,196 

Totals 120,997 



1.613 

2,772 

1,011 

699 

372 

322 

212 

979 

58 

451 

1,151 

1,223 

2,814 

275 

1,343 

1,006 

86,901 



411 



VOTE FOR MEMBERS OF CONGRESS— 1914. 



FIRST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 



Beaufort . . 
Camden 
Chowan 
Currituck . 

Dare 

Gates 

Hertford . . 

Hyde 

Martin 

Pasquotank 

Perquimans 

Pitt 

Tyrrell . . . 
Washington 

Totals . . 



3 

a 

00 

a 
1 



1,203 
128 
336 
873 
411 
629 
397 
243 
818 
463 
586 

1.925 
392 
536 

8,940 



20 



20 



SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



5 

COUNTIES. Q g 

•a O 

I > 

o > 

Bertie 707 23 

Edgecombe 930 12 

Greene 613 186 

Halifax 1.043 30 

Lenoir 890 327 

Northampton ... 818 13 

Warren 1,137 32 

Wilson 826 256 

Totals 6,964 879 



20 
21 



THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



g 

5 



COUNTIES. 



Carteret 1,093 

Craven 848 

Duplin 1,414 

Jones 359 

Onslow 748 

Pamlico 463 

Pender 760 

Sampson 1,015 

Wayne 1,920 



e 


OI 


469 




81 


3 


1,180 


1 


81 




400 




158 




228 




2,507 




1,201 





Totals 8,620 



6,305 



FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 



3 
O 

- 





•o 

w 

1,591 


eg 




967 






2,599 


3 


Nash 


1,028 






1,073 




Wake . 


3,883 


5 








Totals 


11,141 


8 









FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 



Alamance 
Caswell 



a 

a: ss 

1,922 
637 



c 

pq 



J3 
o 

,491 
116 



36 

1 



CONGRESSIONAL VOTE— 1914 




ELON COLLEGE 

North Carolina. For Both Men and Women. 
Christian Character First and Always. 



Character — Health — Culture — Scholarship — Beauty — Clean Athletics. 
Lowest Rates in the South. Delightful Location. Every Modern Convenience. 
Deep well water. A quarter century without a single case of dangerous sickness. 
Two gymnasiums. No hazing. 

A Distinguished Bostonian writes; "Of all the colleges I have visited in six 
years as International Field Secretary of Christian Endeavor, the spirit of Elon Col- 
lege seems to be the most genuinely Christian." — Karl Lehman. 

Marshall A. Hudson, Founder of the Baraca-Philathea Movement testifies: 
"I found in Elon College what I never found quite so prominently before, a spiritual 
attitude and a desire to learn of spiritual things. I congratulate Elon upon her splen- 
did spiritual atmosphere." Write Now for Catalog and Full Information to Box 940 
President W. A^HARPER, Elon College, North Carolina 
DEVOTED TO HUMAN UPLIFT ON TERMS WITHIN REACH OF ALL 



Durham 1.418 600 2 

Forsyth 3,229 3,047 1 

Granville 1,127 211 9 

Guilford 2,449 1,444 92 

Orange 949 710 141 

Person 1.896 671 17 

Rockingham 1,740 1,340 

Stokes 1,368 1,620 17 

Surry \ ... 1,857 2,740 21 

Totals 18,592 13,990 341 

SIXTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 

c 

I •§ 

p 

COUNTIES. _ > 

a "^ 

c ■£ 

«J O 

K « 

Bladen 931 669 



4 
265 

53 
1 

'ii 

7 
6 

352 



Brunswick 681 

Columbus 1,504 

Cumberland 1,257 

Harnett 1,434 

New Hanover 810 

Robeson 1,775 



Totals 8.392 



935 
412 
500 
1,471 
54 
480 

4,521 



SEVENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 



COUNTIES. 



EC 

5 




VOTE FOR AND AGAINST CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS 



Lee 823 

Montgomery 1.135 

Moora 1,228 

Randolph 2,328 

Richmond 1,240 

Scotland 378 

Union 976 

Willies 1,653 

Yadkin 687 



Totals 14,789 



601 
1.031 

832 
2,251 

116 
31 

320 
2,778 
1,361 

12,683 



EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 



- 



Alexander 920 1,165 

Alleghany 768 472 

Ashe 1,855 1,714 

Cabarrus 1,901 2,069 

Caldwell 1,625 1,501 

Iredell 2,850 1,670 

Rowan 2,283 1,726 

Stanly 1,700 1,670 

Watauga 1,074 1,173 

Totals 14,976 13,160 

NINTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 



Avery 



a 

'5 

•3 

a 

302 



916 



Burke 

Catawba 

Cleveland . . 

Gaston 

Lincoln 
Madison 
Mecklenburg 
Mitchell . . . 
Yancey 



1,406 
2,179 
1,952 
2,097 
1,251 

932 
3,307 

485 
1.225 



Totals 15,136 



1,268 
2,406 
1,139 
1,620 
1,148 
1,181 
1,222 
902 
975 

12,777 



TENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 



Buncombe 3,244 

Cherokee 844 

Clay 357 

Graham 423 

Haywood 1,861 

Henderson 917 

Jackson 1,094 

McDowell 1,094 

Macon 916 

Polk 625 

Rutherford 1,803 

Swain 697 

Transylvania 704 



Totals 14,579 



3,088 




1,209 


1 


414 




405 




1.277 


4 


1.614 




1.0P7 


4 


1,038 


3 


1,011 




675 




1,806 




1,028 




715 


1 


15,347 


13 



DEVELOPED HORSEPOWER. 

(From 1910 Census of Manufactures.) 
The developed horsepower In the United States 
is 5,356.680. In North Carolina it is 162,284. 



RAILROAD MILEAGE. 

The railroad mileage in the United States is 
246,816. In North Carolina it is 5,172. 



VOTE FOR AND AGAINST PROPOSED C0NSTITU 
TI0NAL AMENDMENTS— 1914. 



i. 



Amendment to Article 1, Sec. 6, and to Article VII, Sec. 13. Substi- 
tuting the phrase "War Between the States" for the words "Insur- 
rection or rebellion against the United States" 

II. Amendment to Article II, See. 28. Increasing compensation of mem- 
bers of the General Assembly and decreasing mileage 

III. Amendment to Article II (new section)). Restricting local, private, 
and special legislation 

IV. Amendment to Article III, Sec. 1. Fixing day of inauguration of 

Governor 

V. Amendment to Article TV, Sec. 1. To prevent delays in trials by 

providing emergency judges 

VI. Amendment to Article IV. Sec. 20, 26, and 33, Removing obsolete sec- 
tions from Constitution 

VII. Striking out Article V, and Sec. 9 of Article VII, and substituting 
therefor an article to revise and reform the system of revenue and 
taxation 

VIII. Amendment to Article VIII, Sec. 1. To prevent special charters to 
corporations by the General Assembly 

IX. Amendment to Article VIII, Sec. 4. To prevent special charters to 
towns, cities, and incorporated villeages 

X. Amendment to Article IX, Sec. 3. To require six months public 
school term 



For. Against. 



57,816 


61,031 


50,722 


68,140 


54; 726 


62,953 


57,321 


60,220 


56,255 


62,981 


54,414 


62,728 


50,520 


68,148 


54,358 


63,201 


53,887 


63,027 


59,519 


61,317 



VOTE FOR SOLICITOR— 1914 



59 



©rimer 



elh©©l 



1851-1915. 
CHARLOTTE, N. C. (Formerly of Oxford, N. C.) 

Located in Myers Park, the most beautiful and best laid out 
residential suburb in the United States; on a magnificent plat of 
50 acres of elevated, undulating land, overlooking the city of 
Charlotte, two miles in the country, but on paved boulevard and 
street car line to the city. 

Ideal climate; midway between New York and Florida; entire 
equipment new, modern, fireproof, steam heat, electric lights, hot 
and cold water from city water works in each room, toilets and 
shower baths on each floor. 

The Most Complete and Best Equipped New Barracks in the South 

Ten teachers with degrees from the best colleges and univer- 
sities. Limited to 2 50 cadets who dine with the teachers and 
ladies of the Principal's family. The academy has had a success- 
ful career of 64 years with a history that is a guarantee that it is 
not an experiment. The large patronage from the best people of 
our home State, who know us best, is its greatest endorsement. 
Charges $400.00 per year. 

J. C. HORNER, A. B., A. M., Principal. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



VOTE FOR SOLICITOR— 1914. 



FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 



a ej 
COUNTIES. 2 B 

^^ 

&w • - 

Currituck 1,011 

Camden 148 

Pasquotank 497 

Perquimans 601 

Chowan 330 

Gates 756 

Dare 330 

Tyrrell 578 

Hyde 262 

Beaufort 1,105 

Washington 620 

Totals 6,038 

SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 



«2 

to 
"89 



388 

507 
984 






Martin 836 

Edgecombe Jg° 

Nash 1-128 

Wilson 8bb 

Totals 2.768 



THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT 



COUNTIES. 



K 





, 457 
784 


Northampton . 


.. 898 
1,064 
1.055 

.. 1,198 






Totals 


.. 5,456 



38 
38 






FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 



COUNTIES. 



02 



Wayne 1.905 

Johnston 2,623 

Harnett 1.363 

Chatham 1,574 

Lee 891 

Totals 8,356 



1,190 



1.190 



13 
13 



60 



VOTE FOR SOLICITOR— 1914 



FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 



COUNTIES. 



< 



& 



— 



a 
s: 
O 

Pitt 1,929 

Craven 920 

Pamlico 644 

Jones 365 

Carteret 1,041 

Greene 655 

Totals 5,554 

SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 



120 



129 



COUNTIES. S 

t-i 

n 

Lenoir 956 

Duplin 1,465 

Onslow 763 

Sampson 1.062 

Total 4,246 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 






n 

Wake 4.082 

Franklin 979 

Total 5,061 

EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

o 

COUNTIES. ^ 



a 

New Hanover 767 

Brunswick 767 

Columbus 2,013 

Pender 742 

Total 4,289 



NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 



n 



an 

Robeson 1,870 

Cumberland 2,118 

Bladen 942 

Hoke 478 

Total 5,408 

TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. ° 

DO 

Alamance 1,923 

Orange 1,017 

Durham 1,553 

Person 946 

Granville 1,217 

Totals 6.656 

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. x 

05 

Ashe 1.844 

Alleghany 721 

Surry 1.973 

Forsyth 3,381 

Rockingham 1,770 

Caswell 661 

Totals 10,350 

TWELFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 



— 

u 



1,553 
842 
590 
706 



3,691 



d 

1,747 
519 
2,717 
3,004 
1.292 
109 

9,388 



COUNTIES. 



Gilford 2,364 

Davidson 2,331 

Stokes 1,392 

Totals 6.087 



1.474 
2,318 
1,642 

5,434 



VOTE FOK SOLICITOR— 1914 



61 



Founded in 1838 



Chartered 18.">9. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 

An institution of education intensely devoted to developing 
men. Its graduates are everywhere successful and fill important 
positions in all lines of work. They occupy places of honor and 
dignity in church and state, and ably and prominently represent 
their state in the national government. A college supplied with 
ample resources to provide the best education. More than a mil- 
lion dollars recently added to its endowment. A wide range of 



No increase in 



courses. 

Necessary expenses of the student moderate, 
tuition charges within twenty-five years. 

For catalogue and illustrated booklet address 

R. L. FLOWERS, 
Secretary to the Corporation, Durham, N. C. 



TRINITY PARK SCHOOL 

ESTABLISHED 1898. 

Location excellent. Equipment first-class. Well-trained 
Faculty of successful experience. Special care of the health 
of students. An instructor in each dormitory to supervise 
living conditions of boys under his care. Excellent library 
and gymnasium facilties. Large athletic fields. Fall term 
opens September 10. 

FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE ADDRESS 
W. W. PEELE, Headmaster. Durham, North Carolina. 



THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 



COUNTIES 



Union 1,039 

Anson 907 

Scotland 391 

Moore 1,259 

Richmond 1.316 

Stanly 1,719 



Totals 6,631 



1,647 

1,647 



FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 



COUNTIES. 



FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 



9 

6 

COUNTIES. c 

o> 
•c 
>, 
cd 

X 

Davie 794 

Iredell 2,761 

Randolph 2,409 

Rowan 2,373 

Cabarrus 1,914 

Montgomery 1,206 

Totals 11,457 

SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 



- 
s 



COUNTIES. 



3 



Mecklenburg 
Gaston 



3,462 
2,075 



Total 



5.537 



2 



H 

Polk 707 

Cleveland 2,052 

Lincoln 1.264 

Burke 1.408 

Caldwell 1,647 

Totals 7,078 



1,158 



1,158 



VOTK FOB PKKSIDKNT— 1912 



SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 



« 



COUNTIES. 



3 
« 



Mitchell .. 
Wilkes . . . 
Alexander. 

Yadkin 
Catawba .. 
Watauga . 
Avery .... 



1 = 

827 

2,978 1,271 

1.151 20 

1.343 

2.458 

1,186 

1.152 



Totals 



.11,095 



1,291 



2,156 



2,156 



30 

11 



41 



EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 



COUNTIES. 



Transylvania 725 

Henderson 985 

Rutherford 1,953 

McDowell 1,112 



a 



o 

710 
1,546 
1,723 
1,022 



Yancey 

Totals 



1,255 
6,030 



986 



5,9S7 



NINETEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 



COIXTIES. 



Buncombe 
Madison 

Totals . . 



OS 



3,771 
1,123 

4,894 



3 





1,215 

3.87S 



TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 



Cherokee 
Graham 
Swain . . 
Haywood 
Jackson 
Macon 
Clay . . . 

Totals 



a 

959 
473 

744 

2,002 

1,177 

985 

388 



6.72S 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENT— 1912 



COUNTIES. 



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 . 



Z 
o 
m 

2,132 

852 

652 

1,487 

1,643 

217 

1,605 

1,571 

1,140 

777 

3,716 

1.365 

1,738 

1,627 

303 

1,153 

705 

2,110 

1,652 

906 

663 

.. 372 

2,351 

1,668 

1.819 

1,678 

622 



150 

523 

208 

125 

478 

138 

295 

43 

33 

280 

426 

48 

389 

482 

40 

218 

154 

203 

70 

734 

60 

17 

81 

155 

79 

235 

6 



►J 
K 
> 
H 
CO 

o 

O 

1,637 

497 

256 

118 

1,241 

950 

548 

61 

511 

456 

2,285 

1.2S7 

1,584 

1.167 

62 

537 

45 

1,872 

1,343 

477 

77 

387 

943 

892 

190 

870 

11 



•i. 

m 

Q 
10 



i 

2 
61 



101 

i 



in 



Dare 397 

Davidson ... 2,484 

Davie 823 

Duplin 1,757 

Durham 2,197 

Edgecombe . . 1,851 

Forsyth 3,042 

Franklin 1,856 

Gaston 2,333 

Gates 618 

Graham 416 

Granville ... 1,561 

Greene 894 

Guilford 3,830 

Halifax 2,300 

Harnett 1,364 

Haywood ... 2.068 

Henderson .. 1,092 

Hertford 742 

Hoke 626 

Hyde 636 

Iredell 2,528 

Jackson 1,210 

Johnston 2,757 

Jones 635 

Lee 862 

I^noir 1,568 

Lincoln 1,280 

Macon 1,020 

Madison 897 

Martin 1,251 

McDowell ... 1,037 

Mecklenburg 3,967 

Mitchell 385 

Montgomery 1,012 

Moore 1.167 



238 

1,509 

810 

33 

124 

102 

1,689 

71 
244 

95 
261 
192 
124 
460 

42 
148 
354 
801 

61 

63 

76 

392 

315 

1,335 

35 
451 
122 

49 
134 
430 
229 
343 
284 
203 
144 
252 



80 

1.143 
345 

1,066 

1.204 
77 

1,262 
346 

1,279 
179 
223 
343 
152 

1.979 
135 

1,035 
861 
380 
105 
40 
300 

1.047 
729 

1,083 

125 

60 

347 

1,066 
841 

1,320 
34 
773 
533 
716 
846 
678 



. « 

1,139 
396 
990 

1,185 

1,057 
920 
394 

6,054 



10 

"3 
1 

325 

1 

46 



43 

"5 

6 
2 



10 
38 



U. S. GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE BRANCH 



THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE OF 
AGRICULTURE AND MECHANIC ARTS 

D. H. HILL, LL.D., President. 



Practical and Scientific Education in Agriculture, 
Horticulture, Animal Industry and Dairying; in 
Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering; in 
Industrial Chemistry, and in Textile Arts. 

For Catalogue apply to 

THE REGISTRAR 

WEST RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA. 





1,862 


172 


576 


42 


Stanly 


. 1,702 


105 1,549 


New Hanover 


2,021 


138 


107 






. 1,144 


1,450 210 22 


Northampton 


1,625 


57 


53 






. 1,919 


2,277 608 




901 


66 


550 






766 


220 858 




997 


172 


821 


4 


Transylvania 


631 


107 537 1 


Pamlico 


694 


74 


329 


20 


Tyrrell 


297 


224 100 4 




967 


19 


268 






. 1.786 


92 457 19 


Perquimans 


647 


228 


44 






. 1.204 


168 234 




820 


784 


184 




Wake ....... 


. 3,996 


282 1,517 12 




2,303 


347 


433 


3 




. 987 


112 46 


Polk 


675 


153 


501 


1 


Washington 


503 


384 149 


Randolph . . . 


2,665 


370 


1,809 


6 


Watauga . . 


. 933 


420 S19 2 


Richmond . . 


1,319 


82 


174- 


3 




. 2,293 


95 1,090 18 


Robeson . . . . 


2,766 


154 


660 






. 1,636 


331 2,571 


Rockingham 


1,939 


694 


778 


5i 




. 1.741 


82 561 




2,748 


280 


1,537 


50 


Yadkin 


713 


791 599 


Rutherford .. 


2,180 


82 


1,553 


7 




. 1.112 


60 1,036 


Sampson 
Scotland . . . 


1,265 
751 9 

:d states 


2,520 
75 




Total 


144,507 

LATh 


29,139 69,130 1,025 


UNITE 


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PRESIDENT— Woodrow Wilson, of New Jer- 
sey. 

VICE-PRESIDENT— Thos. R. Marshall, of 
Indiana. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF 
THE SIXTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. 

ALABAMA. 
O. L. Gray (D.), Mobile. 
S. H. Dent (D.), Montgomery. 
H. B. Stegall (D.), Ozark. 
F. L. Blackmon (D.), Anniston. 
J. T. Heflin (D.). Lafayette. 
W. B. Oliver (D.), Tuscaloosa. 
J. L. Burnett (D.), Gadsden. 
E. B. Almon (D.), Tuscumbia. 



George Huddleston (D.), Birmingham. 

AT LARGE. 
. W. Abercrombie (D.), Tuscaloosa. 
ARIZONA. 
Carl Hayden (D.),' Phoenix. 

ARKANSAS. 
T. H. Caraway (D.), Joneaboro. 
W. A. Oldfleld (D.). Batesville. 
J. N. Tillman (D.). Fayetteville. 
Otis Wingo (D.), De Queen. 
H. M. Jacoway (D.), Daxdenelle, 
S. M. Taylor (D.). Pine Bluff. 
W. S. Goodwin (D.). Warren. 

CALIFORNIA. 
William Kent (Ind.). KentfnM. 
J. E. Raker (D.), Alturas. 
C. F. Curry (R. ). Sacramento. 



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Julius Kalin (R.), s.in Francisco. 


II. E. Hull (R.). Williamsburg. 




J. I. Nolan (D.), San Francisco. 


B. E. Sweet (K. ). Waverly, 




J. A. Elston (I).). liorkelcy. 


<",. N. Haugen (R. ), Northwood.' 




D. S. Church (I).). Fresno. 


J. W. Good (R. ). Cedar Rapids 




E. A. Hayes (R.), Sao Jose. 


C. W. Ramseyer (R.), Bloomfleld. 




C. 11. Randal] (I).). Los Angeles. 


C. C. Dowell (R.), Des Moines. 




\v. D. Stephens (Pro.), l.os Angeles. 


H. M. Towner (R.), Corning. 




William Kettner (i>). San Diego. 


\V. It. Given (It.). Audubon. 




COLORADO. 


F. P. Woods (R.), Estherville. 




B. C. Hilliard (D.), Denver. 


T. J. Steele (D.), Sioux City. 




Charles B. Tlmberlake (R.), Sterling. 


KAN'S AS 




Edward Keating (I).), Pueblo. 


D. R. Anthony (R.), Leavenworth. 




Kilward T. Taylor (1).). Glenwood Springs. 


Joseph Taggart (R.). Kansas City. 




CONNECTICUT. 


P. P. Sampbell (R.), Pittsburg. 




P. D. Oakey (R.). Hartford. 


Dudley Doolittle (D.), Strong City. 




R. R. Freeman (R.), New London. 


G. T. Helvering (D.), Maryville. 




.1. Q. Tilson (R.). New Haven. 


J. R. Connelly (D.), Colby. 




E. .1. Hill (R.). Norwalk. 


Jouett Shouse (D.), Kinsley. 




J. P. Glynn (It.). Wlnsted. 


W. A. Ayres (D.), Wichita. 




DELAWARE. 


KENTUCKY. 




At Large, T. \V. Miller. Wilmington. 


A. W. Barkley (D.), Paducah. 




FLORIDA. 


D. H. Kinchloe (D.), Maidsonville. 




S. M. Sparkman (R.). Tampa. 


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




Frank Clark (D.). Gainesville. 


Ben Johnson (D.), Bardstown. 




Emmett Wilson (D.). Pensacola. 


Swager Sherley (D. ), Louisville. 




W. J. Sears (D. ), Kissimmee. 


A. B. Rouse (D). Burlington. 




GEORGIA. 


J. C. Cantrill (D.), Georgetown. 




C. G. Edwards (D.), Savannah. 


Harvey Helm (D.), Stanford. 




Frank Park (D.), Sylvester. 


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




C. R. Crisp (D.), Americus. 


J. W. Langley (R. ), Pikeville. 




W. C. Adamson (D.), Carrollton. 


Caleb Powers (R. ). Barboursville. 




W. S. Howard (D.). Decatur. 


LOUISIANA. 




W. S. Wise (D.). Fayetteville. 


Albert Estopinal (D.), Estopinal. 




Gordan Lee (D.), Chickamauga. 


II. G. Dupre (D.), New Orleans. 




S. J. Tribble (D.). Athens. 


W. P. Martin (D.). Thibodaux. 




Thomas M. Bell (D.), Gainesville. 


J. T. Watkins (D.), Minden. 




Carl Vinson (D.). Milledgeville. 


Riley Wilson (D.), Catahoula. 




J. R. Walker (D.), Valdosta. 


L. L. Morgan (D.), Covington. 




D. M. Hughes (D.), Danville. 


L. Lazaro (D), Washington. 




IDAHO— AT LARGE. 


J. B. Aswell (D.). Nachitoches. 




Robert McCracken (R. ), Boise. 


MAINE. 




A. T. Smith (R.), Twin Falls. 


A. C. Hinds (R.), Portland. 




ILLINOIS. 


D. J. McGillicuddy (D), Lewiston. 




M. B. Madden (R.). Chicago. 


J. A. Peters (R.), Ellsworth. 




J. R. Mann (R.), Chicago. 


F. F. Guernsey (R.), Dover. 




W. W. Wilson (R.), Chicago. 


MARYLAND. 




J. T. McDermott (D.). Chicago. 


J. D. Price (D.), Salisbury. 




A. J. Sabath (D.), Chicago. 


J. F. C. Talbott (D. ), Lutherville. 




James McAndrews (D.), Chicago. 


C. P. Coady (D.), Baltimore. 




Frank Buchanan (D. ), Chicago. 


J. C. Linthicum (D.), Baltimore. 




Thomas Gallagher (D.), Chicago. 


S. E. Mudd (R.). La Plata. 




F. A. Britten (R.), Chicago. 


D. J. Lewis (D.), Cumberland. 




G. E. Foss (R.), Chicago. 


MASSACHUSETTS. 




I. C. Copley (Pro.), Aurora. 


A. T. Treadway (R. ), Stockbridge. 




C. E. Fuller (R.), BeMdere. 


F. H. Gillett (R.), Springfield. 




J. C. McKenzie (R.), Elizabeth. 


C. D. Page (R.). Southbridge. 




C. H. Tavenner (D.), Cordova. 


S. E: Winslow (R.), Worcester. 




E. J. King (R.). Galesburg. 


J. J. Rogers (R.). Lowell. 




C. U. Stone (D.), Peoria. 


A. P. Gardner (R.), Hamilton. 




J. A. Sterling (R.). Bloomington. 


M. F. Phelan (D.), Lynn. 




J. G. Cannon (R.), Danville. 


F. W. Dallinger (R. ), Cambridge. 




W. B. McKinley (R. ), Champaign. 


E. W. Roberts (R.), Chelsea. 




H. T. Rainey (D.), Carrollton. 


P. T. Tague (D.). Boston. 




L. Wheeler (R.), Springfield. 


G. H. Tinkham (R. ), Boston. 




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


J. A. Gallivan (D.), Bosttin. 




M. D. Foster (D.), Olney. 


W. H. Carter (R.), Needham. 




T. Williams (R.), Louisville. 


Richard Olney 2d (D.), Dedham. 




E. E. Denison (R.), Marion. 


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




B. M. Chipperfield (R.). Canton. 


Joseph Walsh (R. ), New Bedford. 




, W. E. Williams (D.). Pittsfield. 


MICHIGAN. 




INDIANA. 


F. E. Doremus (D. ), Detroit. 




Charles Lieb (D.), Rockport. 


S. W. Beakes (D.), Ann Arbor. 




W. A. Cullop (D.), Vincennes. 


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




W. E. Cox (D.), Jasper. 


E. L. Hamilton (R. ). Niles. 




Lincoln Dixon (D. ), North Vernon. 


C. E. Mapes (R.). Grand Rapids. 




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


P. H. Kelley (R.), Lansing. 




F. H. Gray (D.), Connersville. 


L. C. Cramton (R. ), Lapeer. 




Merrill Moores (R. ). Indianapolis. 


J. W. Fordney (R. ), Saginaw. 




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


J. C. McLaughlan (R. ), Muskegon. 




M. A. Morrison (D.), Frankfort. 


G. A. Loud (R.), Bay City. 




W. R. Wood (R.). Lafayette. 


F. D. Scott (R.). Alpena. 




G. W. Rauch (D.), Marion. 


W. F. James (R.), Hancock. 




Cyrus Cline (D.), Angola. 


C. A. Nichols (R.), Detroit. 




H. A. Barnhart (D. ), Rochester. 


MINNESOTA. 




IOWA. 


Sydney Anderson (R. ), Lanesboro. 




C. A. Kennedy (R. ), Montrose. 


F. F. Ellsworth (R. ), Mankato. 





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FOR THE EDUCATION OF YOUNG WOMEN. 

Though there are Many Cheaper Schools, this one is 



TAXED TO ITS UTMOST. 



THERE IS A REASON. 



For Entrance Next Session Apply Early. 

Catalogue on Request, Address, 
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C. R. Davis (R. ). St. Peter. 
C. C. Van Dyke (D.), St. Paul. 
G. R. Smith (R.), Minneapolis. 
C. A. Lindbergh (R.), Little Falls. 

A. J. Volstead (R.), Granite Falls. 
C. B. Miller (R.), Duluth. 
Halvor Steenerson (R. ), Crookston. 
Thomas D. Sehall (I'm.). Minneapolis. 

MISSISSIPPI. 
E. S. Candler (D.). Cornith. 
H. D. Stephens (D. ). New Albany. 

B. G. Humphreys (D.), Greenville. 
T. U. Sisson (D. ). Winona. 

A. Witherspoon (D.). Meridian. 
Harrison (D.), Gulport. 
Quin (D.), Macomb City. 
Collier (D. ) , Vicksburg. 
MISSOURI. 
J. T. Lloyd (D.). Shelbyville. 
W. W. Rucker (D.), Ketesville. 
J. W. Alexander (D.), Gallitan. 

C. F .Booher (D.). Savannah. 
W. P. Borland (D.), Kansas City. 
C. C. Dickinson (D.), Clinton. 

C. W. Hamlin (D.), Springfield. 

D. W. Shackleford (D.). Jefferson City. 
Champ Clark (D), Bowling Green. 

J. E. Meeker (D.). St. Louis. 
W. L. Igoe (D.), St. Louis. 
L. C. Dyer (R.). St. Louis. 
W. L. Hensley (D.). Farmington 
J. J. Russell (D), Charleston. 
P. D. Decker (D.), Joplin. 
T. L. Rubey (D.), Lebanon. 

MONTANA. 
J. M. Evans (D. ). Missoula. 
Tom Stout (D.), Lewiston. 
NEBRASKA. 
Reavis (R.), Falls City. 
Lobeck (D.), Omaha. 
D. V. Stephens (D.). Fremont. 
H. Sloan (R.), Geneva. 
C. Shallenberger (D.). Alma. 
P. Kinkaid (R.), O'Neill. 
NEVADA. 
Roberts (R. ), Carson City. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
A. Sulloway (R.), Manchester. 
H. Wasson (R.). Nashua. 

NEW JERSEY. 
J. Browning (R.), Camden. 
Isaac Bacharach (R. ). Atlantic City. 
T. J. Scully (D.), South Amboy. 
Hutchinson (R.), Trenton. 
Capstick (R.), Montville. 
Hart (D.), Hackensaek. 



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D. H. Druqqer (R. ), Passaic. 

E. W. Gray (R.), Newark. 
R. W. Parker (R.), Newark. 
J. J. Eagan (D.). Weehawkrn. 

J. A. Hamill (D.), Jersey City. 
NEW MEXICO. 

B. C. Hernandez (R.), Tierra Amarilla. 

NEW YORK. 
Lathrop Brown (D.), New York City. 

C. P. Caldwell (D.), New York City. 
Jas. V. Flynn (D.). Brooklyn. 

H. H. Dale (D.). Brooklyn. 
J. P. Maher (D.), Brooklyn. 

F. W. Rowe (R.), Brooklyn. 

J. J. Fitzgerald (D.), Brooklyn. 

D. J. Griffin (D.), Brooklyn. 
O. E. Swift (R.), Brooklyn. 
R. L. Haskell (R.), Brooklyn. 

D. J. Riordan (D.). New York City. 
M. M. London (Soc.), New York City. 

G. W. Loft (D.), New York City. 
M. F. Farley (D.), New York City. 
M. F. Conry (D.), New York City. 
Peter Dooling (D.), New York City. 
J. F. Carew (D.), New York City. 
T. G. Patten (D.). New York City. 

W. M. Chandler (Pro.), New York City. 
Isaac Seigel (R.). New York City. 
G. M. Hulbert (D.). New York City. 
Henry Bruckner (D.). New York City. 
J. A. Goulden (D.). New York City. 
W. R. Oglesby (D.), New York City. 
J. W. Husted (R.), Peekskill. 
Edmund Piatt (R.). Poughkeepsic 



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B. Ward (R.). DeBruce. 
B. Sanford (It), Albany. 
J. S. Parker (R.). Salem. 
W. B. Charles (R.), Amsterdam. 
W. Mott (R.). Oswego. 
P. Snyder (R.). Little Falls. 
W. Fairchild (It.). Oneonta. 
Magee (R.), Syracuse. 
Piatt (It.). Corning. 
Dunn (R. ). Rochester. 
Danforth (R. ), Rochester. 
W. Dempsey (R.). Lockport. 
B. Smith (D.), ButTal... 
Driscoll (D). Buffalo. 
C. M. Hamilton (It.). Ripley. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 
J. II. Small (D. ). Washington. 
Claude Kltchin (1).). Scotland Neck. 
George Hood (D.). GoldSbOTO. 
E. W. Pou (D.). Sniithtield. 

c. M. Stedman (I).), Greensboro. 
II. L. Godwin (D.). Dunn. 



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R. N. Page (D.), Biscoe. 

R. L. Doughton (I).), Laurel Springs. 

K. Y. Webb (I).), Shelby. 

•L_4- I!ritt ("■>• Ashevillc. 

NORTH DAKOTA. 
H. T. Helgescn (R.). Milton. 
(i. M. Young (R. ). Valley City. 
P. D. Norton (R.), Hettinger. 

OHIO. 

Nicholas Longsworth (R.), Cincinnati. 

A. G. Allen (D.). Cincinnati. 

Warren Gard (1).). Hamilton. 

.1. E. Russell (R.). Sidney. 

N. E. Matthews (H.). Ottawa. . 

C. C. Kearns (R.), Bate via. 

S. D. Fess (R.), Yellow Springs. 

.1. A. Key (D.). Marion. 

I. R. Sherwood (D.), Toledo. 

R. M. Switzer (R.). Gallipolis. 

Edward Ricketts (R.), Logan. 

C. L. Brumbaugh (D.), Columbus. 
A. W. Overmyer (D.). Fremont. 

S. H. Williams (R.), Lorain. 
W. C. Mooney (R.), Woodsfleld. 
R. C. MeCullooh (R.), Canton. 
W. A. Ashbrook (D.), Johnstown. 

D. A. Holingsworth (R.). Cadiz. 
J. G. Cooper (R.), Y'oungstown. 
William Gordon (D.), Cleveland. 
Robert Crosser (D.), Cleveland. 
H. I. Emerson (R.), Cleveland 

OKLAHOMA. 

J. S. Davenport (D.), Yinita. 
W. W. Hastings (D.). Talequah. 

C. D. Carter (D.), Ardmore. 

W. H. Murray (D.), Tishomingo. 
J. B. Thompson (D. ). Pauls Valley. 
Scott Ferris (D.), Lawton. 
J. V. McClintic (D.). Snyder. 

D. T. Morgan (R. ), Woodward. 

OREGON. 
W. G. Hawley (R. ). Salem. 
N. J. Sinnott (R. ), The Dalles. 
C. X. McArthur (R.). Portland. 

PENNSYLVANIA 
W. S. Vare, Philadelphia (R.), Philadelphia. 
G. S. Graham (R.)). Philadelphia. 
J. H. Moore (R.), Philadelphia. 
G. W. Edmonds (R.), Philadelphia. 
P. E. Costello (R.), Tacony. 
G. P. Darrow (R.). Philadelphia. 
T. S. Butler (R.), West Chester. 
H. W. Watson (R. ), Langhorne. 
W. W. Griest (R. ), Lancaster. 
J. R. Farr (R.). Washington. 
J. J. Casey (D.), Wilkes-Barre. 
R. D. Heaton (R.), Ashland. 

A. G. Dewalt (D.), Allentown. 
L. T. McFadden (R.), Canton. 

E. R. Kiess (R. ), Williamsport. 
.1. V. Lesher (D.). Sunbury. 

B. K. Focht (R. ). Lewisburg. 
A. S. Kreider (R. ), Annville. 
W. W. Bailey (D.), Johnstown. 

C. W. Beales (R. ), Gettysburg. 

C. H. Rowland (R.), Phillipsburg. 
A. L. Keister (R. ). Scottdale. 

R. F. Hopwood (R.), Uniontown. 

W. M. Brown (R.), Washington. 

Michael Liebel (D.), Erie. 

H. J. Steele (D.), Easton. 

S. T. North (R. ), Punxsutawney. 

S. H. Miller (R.), Mercer. 

S. G. Porter (R.), Pittsburgh. 

W. H. Coleman (R. ), McKeesport. 

J. M. Morin (R.). Pittsburgh. 

A. J. Barchfleld (R.), Pittsburgh. 

T. S. Crago (R. ), Waynesburg. 

M. H. Garland (R.). Edgewood Park. 

D. F. Lafean (R.). York. 
John R. Scott (R.). Philadelphia. 



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RHODE ISLAND. 
G. F. O'Shaunessy (D.), Providence. 
W. It. Stiness (It.), Cowesett. 
Ambrose Kennedy (R.), Woonsocket. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

It. S. Whaley (D.), Charleston. 
J. F. Byrnes (D.), Aiken. 
Wyatt Aiken (D.), Abbeville. 
J. T. Johnson (D.), Spartanburg. 

D. E. Finley (D.), Yorkville. 
Ragsdale (D.), Florence. 
Lever (D.), Lexington. 

SOUTH DAKOTA. 
Dillon (R). Yankton. 
C. Johnson (R.), Aberdeen. 
L. Gandy (D.). Rapid City. 
TENNESSEE. 
S. R. Sells (R.), Johnson City. 
R. W. Austin (R.). Knoxville. - 
J. A. Moon (D.), Chattanooga. 
Cordell Hull (D.), Carthage. 
W. C. Houston (D.), Woodbury- 
J. W. Byrns (D.). Nashville. 
L. P. Padgett (D.), Columbia. 
T. W. Sims (D.), Linden. 

F. J. Garrett (D.), Dresden. 
K. D. McKellar (D.). Memphis. 

TEXAS. 
Eugene Black (D. ), Clarksville. 
Martin Dies (D.), Warren. 
James Young (D. ) , Kaufman. 
Sam Rayburn (D.), Bonham. 
H. W. Sumners (D.). Dallas. 
Rufus Hardy (D.), Corsicana. 
A. W. Gregg (D.), Palestine. 
J. H. Eagle (D.), Houston. 

G. F. Burgess (D. ) . Gonzales. 

J. P. Buchanan (D.), Brenham. 

R. L. Henry (D.), Waco. 

Oscar Callaway (D.), Comanche. 

J. H. Stephens (D.), Vernon. 

J. L. Slayden (D.), San Antonio. 

J. N. Garner (D.). Uvalde. 

W. R. Smith (D.). Colorado. 

J. H. Davis (D.). Sulphur Springs. 

Jeff McLemore (D.), Houston. 

UTAH. 
Joseph Howell (R.), Logan. 
J. H. Mays (D.), Salt Lake City. 

VERMONT. 
F. I,. Greene (R.), St. Albans. 
P. H. Dale (R.), Brighton. 

VIRGINIA. 
W. A. Jones (D.), Warsaw. 

E. E. Holland (D.), Suffolk. 

A. J. Montague (D.). Richmond. 

W. A. Watson (D. ), Jennings Ordinary'. 

E. W.. Saunders (D.), Rockymount. 

Carter Glass (D.), Lynchburg. 

James Hay (D.), Madison. 

C. C. Carlin (D.). Alexandria. 

C. B. Slemp (R.). Big Stone Gap. 

H. D. Flood (D.), Appomattox. 

WASHINGTON. 
W. E. Humphrey (R.). Seattle. 
L. H. Hadley (R.), Bellingham. 
A. Johnson (R.), Hoquiam. 
W. L. La Follette (R.), Pullman. 
C. C. Dill (D.), Spokane. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 
M. M. Neely (D.). Fairmont. 
W. G. Brown (D.), Kingwood. 
Adam Littlepage (D.). Charleston. 
H. H. Moss (R.), Parkersburg. 
Ed. Cooper (R.), Bluefaeld. 
H. Sutherland (R.). Elkins. 
WISCONSIN. 
H. A. Cooper (R.), Racine. 
M. E. Burke (D.). Beaver Dam. 
J. M. Nelson (R.), Madison. 
W. J. Cary (R). Milwaukee. 



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CHOOL 



RALEIGH, N. C. 



THE DIOCESAN SCHOOL (for Girls) OF THE CAROLiINAS. 

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. 
Special Courses in Music, Art, Elocution, Domestic Science and 
Business. 

For catalogue and other information, address, 



REV. GEORGE W. LAY, Rector. 



W. H. Stafford (R.), Milwaukee. 
M. K. Reilly (D.), Fond du Lac. 
J. J. Esch (R. ), La Crosse. 
E. E. Brown (R. ), Waupaca. 
T. F. Konop (D.), Kewaunee. 
J. A. Frear (R.), Hudson. 
I. L. Lenroot (R.), Superior. 



WYOMING. 

F. W. Mondell (R.), Newcastle. 

ALASKA. 
.Tames Wickersham (Pro.). Fairbanks. 

HAWAII. 
J. Kalanianaole (R.), Honolulu. 
Whole number. 435. 



UNITED STATES SENATE 



ALABAMA. 

John H. Bankhead. Oscar W. Underwood. 

ARIZONA. 
Henry F. Ashurst, Marcus A. Smith. 

ABKANSAS. 
James T. Clarke. Joseph T. Robinson. 

CALIFORNIA. 
John D. Works, James D. Phelan. 

COLORADO. 
Charles S. Thomas. John F. Shafroth. . 

CONNECTICUT. 
Frank B. Brandegee, George P. McLean. 

DELAWARE. 
Henry A. du Pont, Willard Saulsbury. 

FLORIDA. 
Duncan U. Fletcher, Nathan P. Bryan. 

GEORGIA. 
Hoke Smith, Thomas W. Hardwlck. 

IDAHO. 
William E. Borah, James H. Brady. 

ILLINOIS. 
James Hamilton Lewis, Lawrence Y. Sher- 
man. 

INDIANA. 
Benjamin F. Shively, John W. Kern. 

IOWA. 
Albert B. Cummins, William S. Kenyon. 

KANSAS 
William H. Thompson. Charles Curtis. 

KENTUCKY. 
Ollle M. James, J. C. W. Beckham. 

LOUISIANA. 
Joseph E. Randsell. Robert F. Broussard. 

MAINE. 
Charles F. Johnson, Edwin C. Burleigh. 

MARYLAND. 
John Walter Smith, Blair Lee. 
MASSACHUSETTS. 
Henry Cabot Lodge, John W. Weeks. 

MICHIGAN. 
William Alden Smith, Charles E. Towns.; 

MINNESOTA. 
Knute Nelson, Moses E. Clapp. 

MISSISSIPPI 
John Sharp Williams, James K. Vardaman 



MISS1URI. 
William J. Stone, James A. Reed. 

MONTANA. 
Henry L. Myers, Thomas J. Walsh. 

NEBRASKA. 
Gilbert M. Hitchcock, George W. Norris. 

NEVADA. 
Francis G. Newlands, Key Pittman. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
Jacob H. Galltnger, Henry F. Hollis. 

NEW JERSEY. 
James E. Martine, William Hughes. 

NEW MEXICO. 
Thomas B. Catron, Albert B. Falls. 

NEW YORK. 
James A. O'Gorman, James W. Wadsworth, 
Jr. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 
F. M. Simmons, Lee Overman. 

NORTH DAKOTA. 
Porter J. McCumber, Asle J. Gronna. 

OHIO. 
Atlee Pomerene, Warren G. narding. 

OKLAHOMA. 
Thomas P. Gore, Robert L. Owen. 

OREGON. 
George E. Chamberlain, Harry Lane. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 
Boies Penrose, George T. Oliver. 

RHODE ISLAND. 
Henry F. Lippitt, LeBaron B. Coll. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 
Benjamin R. Tillman, Ellison D. Smith. 

SOUTH DAKOTA. 
Thomas Sterling, Ed. S. Johnson. 

TENNESSEE. 
Luke Lea, John K. Shields. 

TEXAS. 
Charles A. Culberson, Morris Sheppard. 

UTAH 
Reed Smoot, George Sutherland. 
VERMONT. 
William P. Dillingham, Carroll S. Page. 



r S. GOVERNMENT— JUDICIAL BRANCH— NORTH CAROLINA GOVERNORS 



VIRGINIA. 

Thomas S. Martin. Claude A. Swanson. 

WASHINGTON. 
Wesley L. Jones, Miles Poindexter. 
WEST VIRGINIA. 

William E. Chilton. .Nathan Goff. 



WISCONSIN. 
Robert M. La Follette, Paul O. Hustiiig. 

WYOMING. 
Clarene D. Clark. Francis E. Warren. 
Democrats, 56; Republicans, 39; Progressives, 



U. S. GOVERNMENT— JUDICIAL BRANCH. 



SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES 

CHIEF JUSTICE— Edward D. White, Louis- 
iana. 

ASSOCIATE J USTICE— Joseph McKenna, of 
California. 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICE— Oliver II. Holmes, of 
Massachusetts. 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICE— William R. Day, of 
Ohio. 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICE— James C. McRey- 
nohls. of Tennessee. 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICE— Charles E. Hughes, 
of New York. 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICE— Willis Van Devan- 
ter, of Wyoming. 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICE— Joseph Rucker 

Larmar, of Georgia. 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICE— Mahlon Pitney, of 
New Jersey. 

UNITED STATES COURTS 

The United States District Courts are held 
at the same times and places, with the same 
Judges and officers. 

U. S. Circuit Court — Fourth District. 

Jeter C. Pritchard, N. C. 

Chas. A. Woods, S. C. 

Eastern District. 

Henry G. Connor. Judge, Wilson. 

F. D. Winston, District Attorney, Windsor. 

E. M. Green, Assistant District Attorney, 
New Bern. Alex L. Blow, Clerk. 

W. T. Dortch, Marshal, Raleigh. 

Raleigh Division — Leo D. Heartt, Deputy 
Clerk. (Fourth Monday after the fourth Mon- 
days in April and October. 



Wilmington Division — S. P. Collier, Deputy 
Clerk (Second Monday after the Fourth 
Monday in April and October. 

New Bern Division — Walter Duffey, Deputy 
Clerk. (Fourth Mondays in April and October) 

Elizabeth City Division — H. T. Greenleaf. 
Clerk. (Second Mondays in April and October.) 

Washington Division — Arthur Mayo, Deputy- 
Clerk. (Third Mondays in April and October). 
Western District. 

James E. Boyd, Judge, Greensboro. 

W. C. Hammer, District Attorney, Ashboro. 

Clyde R. Hoey, Assistant District Attorney, 
Shelby. 

Chas. A. Webb, Marshal, Asheville. 

Greensboro District — Jas. M. Millikan, Clerk 
(First Mondays in June and December.) 

Statesville Division — Henry C. Cowles. Clerk. 
(Third Mondays in April and October.) 

Salisbury Division — (Fourth Mondays in April 
and October. ) 

Asheville Division — W. S. Hyams, Clerk. 
(First Mondays in May and November.) 

Charlotte Division — Henry C. Cowles, Clerk, 
Statesville. (First Mondays in April and Oc- 
tober. ) 

Wilksboro Division — Milton McNeill, Clerk. 
(Fourth Mondays in May and November.) 
Internal Revenue Bureau — North Carolina. 

Collector Fourth District — J. W. Bailey. 
Raleigh; Chief Deputy, H. M. London, Ral- 
eigh. 

Collector Fifth District — A. D. Watts, States- 
ville; Chief Deputy, J. M. Cunningham, States- 
ville. 

Revenue Agent — T. H. Vanderford, Salisbury. 



NORTH CAROLINA GOVERNORS 



Governors Under The Crown. 

1730 — George Burrington. 
1734 — Gabriel Johnston. 
1753— Arthur Dobbs. 
1753 — Matthew Rowan. 
1765 — William Tryon. 
1771 — Josiah Martn. 
Governors Under the Constitution Elected By 
the General Assembly. 
1776 — Richard Caswell, of Lenoir. 
1779 — Abner Nash, of Craven. 
1781 — Thomas Burke, of Orange. 
1782 — Alexander Martin, of Guilford. 
1784 — Richard Caswell, of Lenoir. 
1787 — Samuel Johnston, of Chowan. 
1789— Alexander Martin, of Guilford. 
1792 — Richard Dobbs Spaight, Sr., of Craven. 
1795 — Samuel Ashe, of New Hanover. 
1798— William R. Davie, of Halifax. 
1799 — Benjamin Williams, of Moore. 
1802 — James Turner, of Warren. 
1805— Nathaniel Alexander, of Mecklenburg. 
1807 — Benjamin Williams, of Moore. 
1808— David Stone, of Bertie. 
1810 — Benjamin Smith, of Brunswick 
1811 — William Hawkins, of Warren. 
1814— William Miller, of Warren. 
1817 — John Branch, of Halifax. 
1820 — Jesse Franklin, of Surry. 
1821 — Gabriel Holmes, of Sampson. 
1824— Hutchins G. Burton, of Halifax. 
1827 — James Iredell, of Chowan. 
1828— John Owen, of Bladen. 



1830 — Mnntford Stokes, of Wilkes. 

1832— David L. Swain, of Buncombe. 

1S35 — Richard Dobbs Spaight, Jr., of Craven. 

Governors Elected By the People. 
1837 — Edward B. Dudley, of New Hanover. 
1841— John M. Morehead, of Guilford. 
1845 — William A. Graham, of Orange. 
1849— Charles Manly, of Wake. 
1851 — David S. Reid, of Rockingham. 
1855 — Thomas Bragg, of Northampton. 
1858— John W. Ellis, of Rowan. 
1863 — Zebulon B. Vance, of Buncombe. 
1865 — Jonathan Worth, of Randolph. 
1872— Tod R. Caldwell, of Burke. 
1877 — Zebulon B. Vance, or Buncombe. 
1885— Alfred M. Scales, of Guilford. 
18S9 — Daniel Fowle, of Beaufort. 
1893 — Elias Carr, of Edgecombe. 
1897— Daniel Russell, of New Hanover. 
1901 — Charles B. Aycock, of Wayne. 
1905— Robert B. Glenn, of Forsyth. 
1909— William W. Kitchin, of Person. 
1913 — Locke Craig, of Buncombe. 

Provisional Governor. 
1866 — William W. Holden, of Wake. 
Lieutenant Governors Who Became Governors. 
1S54 — Warren Winslow, of Cumberland. 
1861 — Henry T. Clark, of Edgecombe. 
1870 — Tod R. Caldwell, of Burke. 
1874 — Curtis H. Brogden, of Wayne. 
1880 — Thomas J. Jarvis, of Pitt. 
1890 — Thomas M. Holt, of Alamance. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK 



FOR THE SOUTH 

The Southern Railway is a part of and is vitally inter- 
ested in the development and the continued prosperity of 
the South. Its policy is to cooperate just as fully as possible 
with the people of the South in the proper development of 
the country; not merely in the way of giving traffic facilities, 
but in active, direct work in the location of industries, the 
utilization of the South's natural resources, the bringing in 
of farmers and other homeseekers, the improvement in 
farming, the conservation and building up of the soil, the 
introduction of dairying, the extension of the live stock in- 
dustry, the encouragement of fruit and truck raising, the 
marketing of farm products and in the building of good 
roads, making more attractive and prosperous cities and 
towns and the securing of the best character of home life. 

For the cooperation with the people in all these direc- 
tions development and educational agencies have been 
established. The service of the Industrial and Agricultural 
Department, with its industrial, immigration, agricultural, 
live stock and dairy agents, working for the common inter- 
ests of the people of the South and the railroad company, is 
freely given to all who desire its cooperation. 

The South affords a wide field for its own people and 
for great numbers from beyond its borders, its opportunities 
in every line are unsurpassed. The Southern Railway will 
assist in making a greater and more prosperous South. 

Correspondence relative to development and progress 
is welcomed. 

M. V. RICHARDS, 

Industrial and Agricultural Commissioner, 

SOUTHERN RAILWAY, 

ROOM 114 WASHINGTON, D. C. 



NOKTH CAKOl.IXA RAILIto ADS 



NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS 



Al'.KRDEEN & ROCKFISH RAILROAD 
CO.— John Blue, Pres. and Oen. Mgr., Aber- 
deen: W. A. Blue, Sec. and Treas., Aberdeen; 
G. P. Bourduat, Auditor, Aberdeen; U. L. 
Spence, General Counsel, Carthage; W. W. 
Baker, Chief Engineer, Fayetteville; A. L. 
Thompson. Traffic Manager, Aberdeen. 

APPALACHIAN RAILWAY— R. F. Whitmer, 
Pres., Philadelphia; Fred H. Kly, Sec, Phila- 
delphia; David C. Wilson, Treas., Philadelphia; 
Jno. D, Cole. Traffic Mgr., Ella; .1. C. Patter- 
son, Gen. Mgr., Philadelphia. 

ASHEVILLE & EAST TENNESSEE R. R — 
J. S. Coleman. Pres.. Asheville; S. Howland. 
Gen. Mgr.. Asheville; G. W. Epps, Sec. 
Asheville; Reginald Howland, Treas., Asheville. 

ATLANTIC COAST LINE— H. Walters, 
Chairman Board of Directors, New York; T. M. 
Emerson, Pres., Wilmington; Vice-Presidents— 
Alexander Hamilton, Petersburg. Va. ; C. S- 
Gadsden. Charleston. S. C. ; J. R. Kenly. Wil- 
mington: R. A Brand. Wilmington; H. L. 
Borden, Sec, New York; Jas. F. Post, Treas., 
Wilmington; H. C. Prince, Comptroller, Wil- 
mington ; Alexander Hamilton, Gen. Counsel, 
Petersburg, Va. ; H. L. Barden. Sec, New York; 
Jas. F. Past, Treas., Wilmington; H. C. Prince, 
Comptroller, Wilmington: George S. Le- 
Grand, Auditor Passenger Receipts, Wilming- 
ton; Ed. L. Prince. Auditor Freight Re- 
ceipts, Wilmington; H. H. McKee, Auditor 
Disbursements, Wilmington; W. N. Royal], 
Gen. Mgr., Wilmington; E. B. Pleasants. 
Chief Engineer, Wilmington: James Menzies, 
Freight Trattic Mgr., Savannah, Ga. ; W. J. 
Craig. Passenger Traffic Mgr.. Wilmington; 
T. C. White, Gen. Pass. Agt., Wilmington: 
J. W. Perrin, General Freight Agent, Wilming- 
ton; Jas. Mengies, Freight Traffic Manager, 
Savannah. Ga 

ATLANTIC & NORTH CAROLINA— (Leased 
to Norfolk Southern).) — H. H. Grainger, Pres.; 
Kinston; Thos. W. Slocumb, Sec and Treas., 
Goldsboro; P. M. Pearsall, Attorney, New 
Bern; Chas. Dewey, Auditor, Goldsboro. 

ATLANTIC & WESTERN RAILROAD CO.— 
H. C. Huffer, Pres., Baltimore: Harry P. 
Edward, Gen. Supt. and Traffic Mgr., Sanford; 
Wm. C. Cooke, Sec. & Treas.. Baltimore. 

ASHEVILLE & CRAGGY MOUNTAIN R. R. 
— J. F. Mayes, Pies., Brevard: E. H. Coapman, 
Gen. Mgr., Washington: R. D. Lankford, Sec, 
New York; H. C. Ansley, Treas., Washington; 
A. H. Plant. Auditor, Washington. 

ASHEVILLE SOUTHERN RY.— A. B. An- 
drews, Pres., Raleigh; H. W. Miller, Sec, At- 
lanta; H. C. Ansley, Treas., Washington; A. H. 
Plant. Auditor, Washington. 

ATLANTA & CHARLOTTE AIRLINE— 
Chas. S. Fairchild, Pres., New York: Harlan 
F. Stone, Sec. New York; Jno. W. Plattln. 
Treas., New York. 

ATLANTIC & DANVILLE RY. (Leased to 
Southern Railway) — B. Newgass, Pres.. London, 
Eng. ; W. C. Archer, Sec. and Treas. , Norfolk, 
Va. 

ATLANTIC AND YADKIN RAILWAY CO. 
— A. B. Andrews, President, Raleigh; H. B. 
Spencer, Vice-President, Washington, D. C. ; 
H. W. Miller, Secretary, Atlanta, Ga. ; H. C. 
Ansley, Treasurer, Washington, D. C. ; A. H. 
Plant, Auditor, Washington, D. C. 

BLACK MOUNTAIN RAILWAY CO.— J. 
Bis Ray, President, Burnsvillc: AV. T. Hippey, 
General Manager or Superintendent, Burns- 
ville; John A. Muse, Secretary-Treasurer, 
Johnson City, Term ; C. A. Smith, General 
Freight Agent, Johnson City. Tenn. 



BONLEE & WESTERN R. R John H. 

Dunlap. Pres., Bonlee; W. J. Tally, Gen. Mgr., 
Bonlee; I. H. Dunlap. Sec -Treas., Bonlee. 

CAROLINA RAILROAD CO.— C. I. Millard, 
President, Norfolk, Va. ; William Hayes, Gen- 
eral Manager or Superintendent, Kinston; M 
S. Hawkins. Secretary, Norfolk, Va. ; M. 
Manly. Treasurer. Norfolk, Va. ; J. C. Nelms 
Jr.. Auditor, Norfolk, Va. 

CAROLINA & YADKIN RIVER RY.— Bird 
S. Coler, Pres., New York; J. P. Clark, Vice- 
Pres. and Gen. Mgr., New York; W E 
Price, Supt., High Point; L. H. Hole, Jr., Sec 
New York, N. Y. ; C. B. Hole, Treas., New 
Ttork, N. Y.;W. E. Price, Traffic Mgr.. High 
Point. 

CAROLINA & TENNESSEE SOUTHERN 
'V,,~~ A - B - Andrews, Pres., Raleigh; H. W. 
Miller, Sec. Atlanta: H. C. Ansley, Treas.; 

A. H. Plant. Auditor, Washington. D. C 
CAROLINA. CLINCHFIELD & OHIO RAIL- 

wAY— (Carolina. Clinchfleld & Ohio Railwav 
of South Carolina, •'Clinchfleld Route.") — 
M. W. Potter. Pres., New York; I. Mc- 
J. C. Stone. Treas., Johnson City, Tenn. ; 
Carl M. Owens. Sec, Johnson City, Tenn.; 
J. Norment Powell. Gen. Counsel. Johnson City, 
Tenn: J. J. Campion, Traffic Mgr., Johnson 
City. Tenn. 

CAROLINA & NORTHWESTERN RAIL- 
WAY— W. A. Barber. Pres., New York City; 
J. J. McLure. Sec, Chester, S. C. : F. Wolfe. 
Treas., Chester, S. C. ; J. H. Marion, Gen. 
Counsel, Chester S. C. ; W. K. Kearsley 
Auditor, Chester, S. C. ; L. T. Nichols, Gen. 
Mgr. , Chester, S. C. ; E. F. Reid, Gen. Freight 
and Passenger and Gen. Ticket Agt, Chester, 

CASHIE & CHOWAN R. R.— J. T. Deal. 
Pies, and Gen. Mgr., Norfolk, Va. ; J. C. 
Johnson, Treas., Norfolk. Va. 

CHOWAN & AULANDER R. R.— Operated by 
Camp Mfg. Co. as a logging road. 

CLIFFSIDE RAILROAD CO.— R. R. Haynes, 
Pres. and Gen. Mgr., Cliffside; John M. Scott. 
Vice-Pres., Cliffside: Charles H. Haynes. Sec 
and Treas.. Cliffside; Z. O. Jenkins, Traffic 
Mgr., Cliffside. 

DANVILLE & WESTERN RAILWAY— A. B 
Andrews, Pres., Raleigh; C. D. Mackay. Sec, 
Raleigh; C. L. Booth, Treas., Danville, Va. ; T. 

B. Cowper, Auditor, Danville, Va. ; Theodore 
Parker, Gen. Supt., Danville, Va. ; A. H. Plant. 
Comptroller. Washington, D. C. 

DOVER & SOUTHBOUND RAILWAY— 
W. A. Wimsatt. Pres.. Washington, D. C. ; 
D. W. Richardson. Gen. Mgr.. Dover; W. B. H. 
Blandford, Sec. and Treas.. Dover ;N. S. Rich- 
ardson. Traffic Mgr., Dover. 

DURHAM & SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL- 
ROAD CO.— Ernest Wiiliams, Pres.. Lynch- 
burg, Va. ; W. B. Harris, Sec. -Treas., Lynch- 
burg, Va. ; R. A. Honeycutt. Traffic Mgr. . 
Durham; Miles F. Figgatt, Gen. Mgr. or Supt... 
Durham. 

DURHAM & SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO — 
B. N. Duke. Pres.. New York; J. E. Stagg. 
Vice-Pres., Durham; W. H. Smith, Treas., 
Durham; A. B? Canthen, Sec. & Auditor, Dur- 
ham; D. Lumpkin. Gen. Freight and Pass. Agt., 
Durham; Fuller & Reade, Gen. Counsel, Dur- 
ham. 

EAST CAROLINA RAILWAY CO.— Henry 
Clark Bridges, Pres. and Treas., Tarboro; 
John L. Bridges, vice-president, Tarboro; John 
L. Bridges, Attorney or Gen Council, Tarboro; 
A. D. Fowlkes, Auditor, Tarboro; V. H. 



NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS 



AGRICULTURAL and MECHANICAL 
COLLEGE for the COLORED RACE 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Open all the year round for males only. Nowhere 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 recom- 
mend him to write for catalog or further information. 

JAMES B. DUDLEY, President, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Creek, Asst, Auditor, Tarboro; Henry C. 
Bridges, Gen. Manager, Tarboro; H. P. Fox- 
hall, Sec. and Gen. Supt., Gen. Freight and 
Pass. Agt., Tarboro. 

EAST TENNESSEE & WESTERN NORTH 
CAROLINA R. R — F. P. Howe, Pres., John- 
son City, Tenn; George W. Hardin, Vice-Pres. 
and Gen. Supt., Johnson City, Tenn.; J. S. 
Wise, Sec. and Treas., Johnson City. Tenn.; 
J. E. Vance. Comptroller. Johnson City, Tenn. 

ELKIN & ALLEGHANY R. R.— Jno. A. 
Mills, Pres. and Gen. Mgr., Raleigh; Alex 
Chatham, Jr.. See. and Treas., Elkin. 
HIGH POINT, RANDLEMAN, ASHEBORO 
AND SOUTHERN RAILROAD CO.— A. B. 
Andrews, President, Raleigh; H. B. Spencer, 
Vice-Pres., Washington, D. C. ; H. W. Miller, 
Secretary, Atlanta, Ga. ; H. C. Ansley Treas- 
urer, Washington, D. C. ; A. H. Plant, Auditor, 
Washington, D. C. 

HEMLOCK R. R— D. K. Stauffer, Pres., 
Hemlock; Sec. and Treas, Kelly M. Miller, Hem- 
lock; Kelly M. Miller, Sec. and Treas., Hem- 
lock. 

KINSTON- CAROLINA RAILROAD AND 
LUMBER CO. — C. T. Millard, Pres.. Norfolk, 
Va. ; William Hayes, Supt., Kinston, N. C. ; 
M. S. Hawkins, Sec., Norfolk, Va. ; M. Manly. 
Treas., Norfolk. Va. ; William Hayes, Traffic 
Mgr., Kinston, N. C 

KINSTON & SNOW HILL RAILROAD CO.— 
Henry C. Riley, Pres., Philadelphia; Gen. Mgr.. 
Sec. and Treas., Lovit Hines, Kinston, N. C. ; 
E. W. Chadwick. Traffic Mgr., Kinston, N. C. 

LAURINBURG & SOUTHERN RAILROAD 
CO.— John F. McNair, Pres., Laurinburg; James 
A. Jones, Gen. Mgr., Sec. and Treas. and 
Traffic Mgr., Laurinburg. 

LAWNDALE RAILWAY— H. F. Schenck. 
Pres.,*Gen. Mgr. or Supt, Traffic Mgr., Lawn- 
dale; John F. Schenck, Sec. and Treas.. Lawn- 
dale. 



L1NVILLE RIVER RAILWAY CO.— Edgar 
P. Earle, Johnson City, Tenn; Geo. W. Hardin, 
Supt., Johnson City, Tenn; John S. Wise, 
secretary-treasurer, Johnson City, Tenn. 

LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD 
CO.— Milton H. Smith, Pres.. Louisville, Ky. ; 
Henry Walters, Chairman of Board. New York, 
N. Y. ; Wibie H. Mapother, first vice-president, 
Louisville, Ky. ; Wm. J. Dickinson, second 
vice-president. New York, N. Y. ; Addison R. 
Smith, third vice-president, Louisville; Geo. E. 
Evans, fourth vice-president, Louisville: Wm. 
A Colston, general solicitor, Louisville; Alex 
J Pharr, Asst. comptroller, Louisville; Robt. 
E Sewell auditor of disbursements, Louis- 
ville- Geo. Becker, auditor of receipts, Louis- 
ville' Richard Montford, consulting engineer. 
Louisville; Wm. H. Courtnay, chief engineer, 
Louisville; Chas. B. Phelps, Supt. of Transpor- 
tation; Louisville; Wm. A. Russell, Pass. 1 rattle 
Mgr , Louisville; Milton Smith, Asst. (.en. 
Pass. Agt., Louisville; Chas. O. Bradford, 
real estate agt., Louisville: Joseph H. Ellis, 
Sec. Louisville, Ky. ; W. W. Thompson, Treas.. 
Louisville, Ky. ; Hy L. Stone. Gen. Counsel, 
Louisville, Ky. ; Charles Haydon. Comptroller, 
Louisville, Ivy.; B. M. Stalks, Gen. Mgr.. 
Louisville, Ky. ; C. B. Compton, Freight Traffic 
Mgr.. Louisville, Ky. ; D. M. Goodwyn. Gen. 
Freight Agt., Louisville, Ky. ; Robt D. Pussey, 
Gen. Pass. Agt., Louisville. Ky. — 

MADISON COUNTY RAILWAY CO.— A. G. 
Betts President. Stackhouse; Dan .1. Price; 
General Superintendent, Stackhouse; A. A. Mc- 
Qulde, Secretary. Troy, N. Y. : A. G. Betts, 
Treasurer, Stackhouse. 

MOUNT AIRY & EASTERN RAILWAY CO.— 
J. T Heare, Supt., Mount Airy N. C. 

MAXTON. ALMA & SOUTHBOUND R. R — 
A. J. McKinnon, Pres.. Maxton: C. J- Cotting- 
ham. General Manager and Secretary, Alma: 
A. J. Steed, Treasurer, Alma. 



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NORTH CAROLINA R. R.— W. II. Wood, 
Pres., Burlington; J. P. Cook, Sec. & Treas., 
Burlington; P. SI. Pearsall, Gen. Counsel, New 
Bern. 

NORTHAMPTON & HERTFORD R. R — 
S. Mllner Price, President, Raleigh: W. W. 
Robertson, Treasurer, Norfolk, Va. ; Thos. I' 
Hammer, First Vice-Pres., Philadelphia. Pa.; 

\v. H. s. Burgwyn, Sec., \v Hand; EC. Stuart 

i..«is. Attorney, General Counsel, Jackson; \v. 
\V. Robertson, General Manager, Norfolk, Va. ; 
J. F. Pennewall, general superintendent, Guiu- 
berry. 

NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA BY — W. 
R. Bonsai, Pres. and Treas., Hamlet; A. H. 
S. Post, First Vice-President. Baltimore, Md. ; 
J. E. Hancock, V-Pres., and Mgr., Hamlet; 
S. O. Banersneld, Sec., Hamlet; C. C. Graves, 
Traffic Mgr., Hamlet; G. B. Lewis, Gen. 
Auditor, Hamlet; \Vm. Moncure, Chief Engi- 
neer, Raleigh. 

NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL- 
ROAD CO. — A. B. Andrews, President, Ral- 
eigh; R. D. Lankford, Secretary, New York, 
N. Y. ; H. C. Ansley, Treasurer, Washington, 
D. C. ; R. D. Lankford, Auditor, New York, 
N. Y. 

NEW HANOVER TRANSIT CO.— A. W. 
Pate, Pres., Wilmington; James J. Laughlin 
Sec. -Treas. , Wilmington. 

NORFOLK SOUTHERN R. R.— C. H. Hix, 
Pres. and Gen. Mgr., Norfolk, Va. ; R. H. 
Swartwout, Vice- Pres., New York, N. Y. ; 
Chadbourne & Shores, Gen. Counsel, Norfolk, 
Va. ; Morris S. Hawkins, Sec. Norfolk, Va. ; 
M. Manly, Treas., Norfolk, Va. : E. D. Kyle, 
Traffic Mgr., Norfolk, Va. ; H. S. Leard, Gen. 
Pass. Agt. , Norfolk, Va. ; W. B. Rodman, 
General Solicitor, Norfolk, Va. ; W. L. Bird, 
Auditor, Norfolk, Va. ; Marsden J. Perry, Chm'n 
of the Board, Providence, R. I. ; L. M. Jones, 
Asst. Gen. Mgr.; F .L. Nicholson, Chief En- 
gineer, Norfolk, Va. 

NORFOLK & WESTERN RAILWAY CO.— 
L. E. Johnson, Pres., Roanoke. Va. : William 
G. MacDowell, First Vice-Pres, Philadelphia, 
Pa. ; N. D. Maher, Second Vice-Pres, Roanoke, 
Va. ; T. S. Davant, Third Vice-Pres. and Traffic 
Mgr., Roanoke, Va. ; E. H. Alden, Sec, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa.; Joseph B. Lacy, Treas, Roa- 
noke, Va. ; Theo. W. Reath, Gen. Solicitor. 
Philadelphia, Pa., Jos. I Doran, Gen. Counsel, 
Philadelphia, Pa. : Joseph W. Coxe, Comptroller, 
Roanoke, Va. ; Walter MacDowell, Auditor of 
Receipts, Roanoke, Va. ; William H. Wilson, 
Auditor of Disbursements, Roanoke, Va. ; 
J. E. Crawford. Chief Engineer. Roanoke, 
Va. ; J. R. Ruffin, Freight Traffic Mgr. Roa- 
noke, Va. ; W. C. Saunders, Gen. Pass. Agt., 
Roanoke, Va. ; A. C. Needles, Gen. Mgr. Roa- 
noke, Va. : V. A. Riton, Gen. Supt. Eastern 
Division, Roanoke, Va. ; W. J. Jenks, Gen. 
Supt. Western Division, Bluefield, W. Va. ; W. 
B. Bevill, Passenger Traffic Mgr., Roanoke, Va. 
RALEIGH. CHARLOTTE & SOUTHERN RY. 
— C. H. Hix, Pres. and Gen. Mgr.. Norfolk, 
Va. ; Pi. C. Duncan, First Vi-Pres., Raleigh; 
Mathias Manly, Treas, Norfolk, Va. ; Chad- 
bourne & Shores, Gen. Counsel, New York, 
N. Y. ; W. A. Witt, Gen. Supt., Norfolk. Va. : 
E. D. Kyle, Traffic Mgr., Norfolk, Va. ; H. S. 
Leard, Gen. Passenger Agent, Norfolk, Va. ; 
W. L. Bird, Auditor, Norfolk, Va. ; F. L.- 
Nicholson, Chief Engineer, Norfolk, Va. ; L. 
M. Jones, Asst. Gen. Mgr., Norfolk, Va. : W. 
B. Rodman, Gen. Solicitor, Norfolk. Va. ; M. 
S. Hawkins, Secretary, Norfolk, Va. : Mars- 
den J. Perry, chairman of board. Providence. 
R. I. 

RALEIGH & CHARLESTON RAILROAD 
CO.— W. J. Harahan, Pres. ; C. R. Capps, First 
Vice-Pres., Norfolk. Va. : R. L. Nutt, Sec. and 
Treas., Portsmouth, Va. ; L. L. Watts, Gen. 



Council, Portsmouth, Va; H. W. MacKenzie, 
(acting) Comptroller, Portsmouth, Va. ; E. 
Bethea, Auditor, Marion, S. C. ; C. Lane, Supt., 
Marion. S. C. : N. W. Stanley, Gen. Manager, 
Portsmouth, Va. ; W. 1). Faucett. Chief En- 
gineer, Portsmouth, Va. ; L. E. Chalenor, 
Traffic Manager. Norfolk, Va. ; C. B. Ryan, 
Gen. Pass. Agent, Norfolk. Va. ; C. S. Raines, 
Gen. Freight Agt., Norfolk, Va. 

RANDOLPH & CUMBERLAND RAILWAY 
CO.— D. A. McDonald, Pres., Carthage; S. P. 
McConnell, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mgr., Car- 
thage; J. L. Riddle, Sec, Carthage; B. M. 
Fellows, Treas., New York; C. C. Yates, Gen. 
Pass. Agt., Cartilage; E. W. Shields, Chief 
Engineer, Carthage. 

RED SPRINGS & BOWMORE R. R.— W. F. 
Williams, Pres., Red Springs; J. G. Williams, 
Sec. and Treas., Red Springs. 

ROANOKE RIVER RAILROAD— G. W. Mor- 
row, Pres.. Gen. Mgr., Sec and Traffic Mgr., 
Townsville; J. T. Morrow, Sec. and Treas., 
Townesville. 

ROANOKE RAILWAY CO.— J. L. Camp, 
Pres., Franklin, Va. ; P. R. Camp. Gen. Mgr., 
Franklin, Va. ; R. J. Camp. Traffic Mgr., 
Franklin, Va. ; T. D. Savage, Sec, Norfolk, 
Va. 

ROCKINGHAM RAILROAD CO.— J. P. 
Leak, Pres., Rockingham; J. L. Hawley, Gen. 
Supt., Rockingham; J. LeGrand Everett, Sec- 
Treas., Rockingham. 

SEABOARD AIR LINE SYSTEM -W. .!. 
Harahan. Pres., Norfolk, Va. ; W. L. Seddon, 
Asst to Pres., Norfolk, Va. ; Charles R. Capps, 
Vice-Pres., Norfolk, Va. ; D. C. Porteous. Sec, 
New York, N. Y. ; Robt. L. Nutt, Treas., 
Portsmouth, Va. ; L. R. Watts, Gen. Conipel, 
Portsmouth, Va. ; H. W. McKenzie, Comp- 
troller, Portsmouth, Va. : W. D. Faucette, Chief 
Engineer, Portsmouth, Va. ; C. B. Ryan, Gen. 
Pass. Agt.., Norfolk. Va. : L. E. Chalenor, 
Freight Traffic Mgr., Norfolk, Va. : G. S. 
Rains, Gen. Freight Agt.. Norfolk, Va. ; T. W. 
Matthews, Asst. Comptroller, Portsmouth, Va. ; 
H. W. Stanley, Gen. Mgr., Portsmouth, Va. ; 
S. Davis Warfleld, chairman of board, Balti- 
more, Md. 

SMOKY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY CO.— W. M. 
Ritter, Pres., Columbus, Ohio; A. W. Agee. 
Gen. Mgr. and Supt.. Proctor, N. C. ; James S. 
Hamill, Sec, Columbus, Ohio; C. B. Weakley, 
Treas. , Columbus, Ohio. 

SANFORD & TROY RAILROAD CO.— John 
B. Lennig, Pres., Bridgesburg, Pa.; John H 
Kennedy, Gen. Mgr., Gulf, N. C. ; John L 
Tull. Sec. and Treas.. Hemp, N. C. 

SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM— Fairfax 
Harrison, Pres., Washington, D. C. : A. B. An- 
drews, First Vice-Pres., Raleigh, N. C ; J. M. 
Culp, Vice-Pres., Washington, D. C. ; T. C. 
Powell, Vice-Pres., Cincinnati, Ohio; H. B 
Spencer, Vice-Pres., Washington, D. C. ; E. H. 
Coapman. Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mgr.. Wash 
ington, D. C. : R. D. Lankford, Vice-Pres. and 
Sec, New York, N. Y. ; H. C. Ansley, Treas., 
Washington, D. C. ; Francis L. Stetson, Gen. 
Counsel at New York; Alfred P. Thom, Gen. 
Counsel at Washington, D. C. ; Alex. P. 
Humphrey, Louisville, Ky., Gen. Counsel at 
Louisville; W. A. Henderson, Gen. Solicitor, 
Washington, D. C. L. E. Jeffries, Gen. Attorney, 
Washington, D. C. ; A. H. Plant, Comptroller 
Washington, D. C. ; E. H. Kemper, Ass't 
Comptroller, Washington, D. C. ; H. H. 
Laughton. Auditor, Washington, D. C. ; W. N. 
Netherland, Ass't to Gen. Mgr., Washington, 
D. C. : H. E. Hutchens, Gen. Supt., Greens- 
boro; W. N. Foreacre, Gen. Supt., Charlotte. 
N. C. ; G. R. Loyall. Gen. Supt.. KnoxviOe. 
Tenn. ; C. L. Harris, Gen. Supt., Birmingham, 
Ala.; L. Green, Freight Traffic Mgr., Wash- 



RAILROAD RATES 



Ington, D. C. ; S. H. Hardwick, Pass. Traffic 
Mgr., Washington, D. C. ; H. 1<\ Cary, Gen. 
Pass. Agt., Washington, D. C. ; M. V. Rich- 
ards, Land and Industrial Agt., Washington; 
B. G. Fallis, Gen. Supt. St. Louis, Mo. ; W. 
H. Wells, Engineer of Construction, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

SOUTHERN RAILWAY— CAROLINA DIVI- 
SION—A. B. Andrews, President, Raleigh; H. 

B. Spencer, Vice-President, Washington, D. 
C. ; H. W. Miller, Secretary, Atlanta, Ga. ; 
H. C. Ansley, Treasurer, Washington, D. C. ; 
A. H. Plant. Auditor, Washington, D. C. 

SNOWBIRD VALLEY RAILWAY— J. Q. 
Barker, Pres., Andrews; W. A. Lewin, Treas. , 
Andrews; E. G. Hennemann, Gen. Mgr. and 
Sec., Andrews. 

SWANNANOA RAILROAD CO.— A. M. Kis- 
tler, President, Morganton; H. N. Crowell, 
General Manager or Superintendent, Bee Tree; 
P. C. Lynch, Secretary-Treasurer, Bee Tree; 
H N. Crowell, Traffic Manager, Bee Tree. 

STATE UNIVERSITY RAILROAD— A. B. 
Andrews, President, Raleigh; H. W. Miller, 
Secretary, Atlanta, Ga. ; H. C. Ansley, Treas- 
urer. Washington, D. C. ; A. H. Plant, Auditor, 
W ashin gton, D. C. 

THE MATTAMUSKEET RAILWAY CO.— 
Joseph F. Tayloe, Pres., Washington. N. C. ; 

C. W. Davis, Sec. -Treas., Engelhard, N. C 
TENNESSEE & NORTH CAROLINA R. R.— 

R. F. Whitmer, Pres., Philadelphia; D. G. 
Wilson, Treas., Philadelphia; Fred H. Ely, 
Sec, Philadelphia; W. J. Parks, Supt. and 
Traffic Mgr., Newport, Tenn. 

TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY CO.— A. B. 
Andrews, President, Raleigh; H. B. Spencer, 
Vice-President, Washington, D. C. ; H. W. 
Miller. Secretary, Atlanta, Ga. ; H. C. Ansley, 
Treasurer, Washington, D. C. ; A. H. Plant 
Auditor, Washington, D. C. ; D. W. Newell, 
Superintendent, Cornelia, Ga. 

VIRGINIA & CAROLINA SOUTHERN 
RAILWAY— A. W. McLean. Pres., Lumber- 
ton; J. P. Russell, Supt.. Lumberton; A. T. 



McLean, Treas.. Lumberton; H. B. Jennings. 
Sec., Lumberton; G. Y. Jones, Traffic Mgr., 
Lumberton. 

WARRENTON R. R.— J. M. Gardner, Pres. 
and Gen. Mgr., Warrenton; C. R. Rodwell. 
Sec. and Treas., Warrenton; B. P. Terrell. 
Supt., Warrenton. 

WASHINGTON & VANDEMERE— H. D. 
McLean, Pres., Washington; W. N. Royall, 
Gen. Mgr., Wilmington; J. F. Post, Treas., 
Wilmington; Jno. II. Small. Sec . Washington, 
D. C. 

WATAUGA TURNPIKE CO.— W. A. Barber, 
Pres., Edgemont; L. T. Nichols, Vice-Pres., 
Edgemont; W. K. Kearsley, Sec., Edgemont; 
F. Wolfe, Treas., Edgemont. 

WELLINGTON & POWELLSVILLE R. R. 
CO. — Horton Corwin, Jr., Pres. and Treas., 
Edenton; W. M. Corwin, Supt., Ahoskie; W. D. 
Pruden, Sec., Edenton; S. H. Hatton. Gen. 
Freight and Passenger Agent, Windsor. 

WINSTON-SALEM SOUTHBOUND RY. CO. 
— H. E. Fries, Pres.. Winston-Salem; W. N. 
Royall. Gen. Mgr., Wilmington; II. F. Wilkin- 
son, Sec., Roanoke, Va. ; Jas. F. Post. Treas., 
Wilmington; R. A. Brand, Freight Traffic Man.. 
.Wilmington. 

WILMINGTON, BRUNSWICK & SOUTH- 
ERN R, R. CO.— M. J. Corbett, Pres.. Wil- 
mington; M. W. Divine. Gen. Man., Wilming- 
ton; H. C. McQueen, Treas.. Wilmington; 
Walker Taylor, Secretary, Wilmington; 11. E. 
Goodwin, Traffic Mgr., Wilmington. 

WATAUGA AND YADKIN RIVER KAIL- 
ROAD CO. — W. J. Crandin, President, Lenoir; 
H. C. Landon, General Manager or Superin- 
tendent, N. Wilkesboro; R. T. Rossell, Sec- 
retary-Treasurer, Pittsburg, Pa. 

YADKIN RAILROAD CO.— A. 11. Andrews, 
I 'resident, Raleigh; Theodore F. Kluttz, Vice- 
President. Salisbury; 11. W. Miller, Secretary, 
Atlanta, Ga. ; H. C. Ansley. Treasurer. Wasb 
ington. D. C. ; A. H. Plant, Auditor, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 



RAILROAD RATES 



The following passanger rates are in opera- 
tion 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 Railway.. 2 l-2c. 

Norfolk Southern Railway 2 l-2c. 

Norfolk & Western Railway 2 l-2c. 

On all other roads the passenger rate is 
3 cents per mile, as follows: 

Aberdeen & Rockflsh Railroad Co.. Appa- 
lachian Railway, Asheville & East Tennessee 
Railroad, Atlantic & Western Railroad, Bee 
Tree Railroad, Blue Ridge & Atlantic Rail- 
way Co., Bonlee & Western Railway. Black 
Mountain Railway, Carolina & Northwestern 
Railroad, Cllffside Railroad, Cashie & Chowan 
Railroad Co.. Cliown & Aulander Railroad 
Co., Cliffslde Railroad Co., Dover & South- 
bound Railroad Co., Durham & South Carolina 
Railroad Co., Durham & Southern Railroad Co., 



East Carolina Railway, East Tennessee & 
Western North Caroling Railroad Co., Kinston 
& Snow Hill Railroad, Kinston & Carolina 
Railway, Laurinburg & Southern Railroad. 
Lawndale Railway Co., Linville River Railway 
Co., Mount Airy & Eastern Railway Co.. New 
Hanover Transit Co., North & South Carolina 
Railway, Northampton & Hertford Railway. 
Piedmont Railway Co.. Raleigh & Charleston 
Railway Co., Raleigh & Western Railway Co., 
Randolph & Cumberland Railway Co., Red 
Springe & Bowmore Railroad Co., Roanoke 
River Railway, Rockingham Railroad, Sanford 
& Troy Railroad, Smoky Mountain Railway. 
Snowbird Valley Railway. South & Western 
Railroad, Tennessee & North Carolina Railroad. 
Virginia & Carolina Southern Railroad; War- 
renton Railroad, Washington & Vendemere 
Railroad, Wellington & Powellsville Railroad 
Co., South & Western Railroad, Winston - 
Salem Southbound Railway, Wilmington. 
Brunswick & Southern Railroad 



NORTH CAROLINA BANK STATISTICS. 
State Banks. 

Capital stock $11,226,765.62 

Surplus and undivided profits .... 6,353,790.73 

Deposits 58,516, 89S. 82 

Resources 89,302,068.73 



Insurance 



In 1843 the amount of outstanding life insur- 
ance in the United States was $6,500,000. In 
1913 it had grown to $19,264,793,1 



74 


POPULATION OF NORTH 


CAROLINA 


BY RACES 








POPULATION OF NORTH CAROLINA BY RACES 




(Since the 


census was taken. 


the counties of 


Avery and 


Hoke have been established. The 




estimated population of Avery Is 


10,526, and of 


Hoke 15,000.) 










Total 


Total 












COUNTIES. 


Population. 


Population. 


19H 




1900 






1910. 


1900. 


White. 


Negro. 


White. 


Negro. 






28,721 


25,665 


21,536 


7,173 


18,939 


6.723 






.. .. 11,592 


10,960 


10.682 


910 


1.0,104 


856 






.. .. 7.745 


7.759 


7.405 


340 


7,293 


466 






25,465 


21,870 
19.581 


12,135 
18.524 


13,326 

550 


10,196 
18,897 


11.674 
684 






19.074 






30,877 


26,404 


17.931 


12,941 


15,066 


11,336 






.. .. 23,039 


20,538 


9,536 


13,503 


8,717 


11,821 






.. .. IS, 006 


17,677 


9.57S 


8,392 


9,452 


8.223 






.. .. 14.434 


12,657 


9.026 


5,406 


7,613 


5,044 






.. .. 49,798 


44,288 


41,814 


7,982 


36,167 


8,120 






.. .. 21,408 


15,699 


18,838 


2.570 


15,023 


2,676 






26.240 


22,456 


20.145 


6,095 


16,355 


6,101 






20,579 


15.694 


18,163 


2,416 


13,751 


1,931 






.. .. 5,640 


5,474 


3,427 


2.213 


3,283 


2.191 




Carteret %. , 


.. .. 13,776 


11,811 


11,484 


2,293 


9,684 


2,127 






.. .. 14.85S 


15.02S 


7.207 


7.651 


6.S29 


8,199 






27,918 


22.133 


24,447 


3,471 


19,148 


2.9S5 






22,635 


23,912 


14.958 


7,668 


15,573 


8,339 






14,137 


11,860 


13,602 


503 


11,391 


432 






.. .. 11,303 


10,258 


5,144 


6.159 


4,406 


5,850 




Clay 


.. .. 3,909 


4.532 


3,751 


158 


4,398 


134 






.. .. 29,494 


25,078 


23,715 


5.779 


20.258 


4,820 






.. .. 28,020 


21,274 


19,063 


8.955 


14,541 


6,476 






.. .. 25,594 


24,160 


11,279 


14,310 


9,613 


14.543 




Cumberland . 


35,284 


29,249 


19,881 


15,353 


16,677 


12,571 






7,693 


6,529 


5,095 


2,598 


4.752 


1,777 






4.841 


4,757 


4,346 


495 


4,183 


574 






29.404 


23,403 


25,659 


1 3.744 


20,229 


3.174 






13,394 


12,115 
22.405 
26,233 


11.044 
16.161 
22,893 


2,350 

9,281 

12,383 


9,476 
13.S77 
16,483 


2.635 
8.528 
9,749 












.. .. 35.276 




Kdgecombe . . 


.. .. 32.010 


26,591 


12,555 


19,453 


10.004 


16.584 






.. .. 47,311 


35,261 


33.281 


14,027 


24,718 


10,541 






24,692 


. 25.116 


13,127 


11,564 


12,678 


12,438 






.. .. 37,063 


27.903 


28.561 


8,502 


20,661 


7,242 




Gates 


10,455- 


10,413 


5.762 ' 


4,693 


5,009 


4,804 






.. .. 4.749 


4,343 


4.592 




4,100 


26 








23,263 


12.859 


12.239 


11,376 


11,887 






.. .. 13,083 


12,038 


6,987 


6,096 


6.260 


5,778 






60,497 


39,074 


45,116 


15,379 


27,969 


11,103 




Halifax . . . 


.. .. 37,646 


30,793 


13,316 


24,328 


11,060 


19,733 






.. .. 22,174 


15.9SS 


15,702 


6,442 


10,930 


5,058 






21,020 


16,222 


20,448 


567 


15,009 


613 






.. .. 16,262 


14,104 


14,447 


1,815 


12,345 


1,759 








14,294 


6,338 


9,098 


5,895 


8,391 




Hyde 


8.840 


9,278 
29,064 


5,139 
26,858 


• 3,701 
7,456 


5,264 
21,732 


4.014 
7,332 






34.315 






.. .. 12.998 


11.853 


11.945 


603 


10,922 


591 






41,401 


32,260 


31,232 


10.169 


24,079 


8,171 






8,721 


8,226 


4,625 


4,096 


4,466 


3,700 






11,376 




7,849 


3,526 










22,769 


18,639 


12,543 


10,225 


10,592 


8.046 




Lincoln . . . 


.. .. 17,132 


15,498 


14,335 


2,797 


12,537 


2,961 






13,538 . 


12,567 


11.45S 


2,080 


10,673 


1,893 






12,191 


12,104 


11,615 


576 


11,431 


673 






20,132 


20.644 


19,700 


432 


20,086 


551 




Martin 


.. .. 17,797 


15.3S3 


8,959 


8,838 


8,056 


7.327 




Mecklenburg. . 


.. .. 67.031 


55,268 


41,547 


25,481 


31,393 


23.873 




Mitchell .. . 


17.245 


15.221 


16,902 


343 


14,685 


536 




Montgomery . 


14,967 


14.197 


11,302 


3,660 


10,515 


3,682 






17,010 


23,622 


11.363 


5,637 


15,773 


7,849 




Nash 


43,727 


25,478 
24,785 


19.613 
16,714 


14.104 
15,302 


14.856 
12,663 


10,619 
13,109 




New Hanover. 


32.037 




Northampton. 


.. .. 22,323 


21.150 


9.261 


13,062 


9,031 


12.118 






.. .. 14,125 


11,940 


9,887 


4,238 


8,330 


■ 3.610 






.. .. 15,066 


14.690 
8.045 


10,138 
6,193 


4,926 
3.773 


9,429 
5,408 


5.261 
2.637 






9,996 




Pasquotank . 


16,693 


13.660 


8,334 


8,357 


6,630 


7.027 






.. .. 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 






17.356 


16,695 


9,882 


7.474 


9.662 


7,023 






36,340 


30.889 

7.004 


18,233 

6.546 


18,106 
1,094 


15.397 
5,797 


15,492 
1,207 




Polk 


7,640 










1 



NORTH CAROLINA IN CONGRESS— AMERICAN GOVERNORS 



Randolph 29.491 

Richmond 19,673 

Robeson 51,945 

Rockingham 36,442 

Rowan 37,521 

Rutherford 28,385 

Sampson 29,982 

Scotland 15,363 

Stanly 19,909 

Stokes 20,151 

Surry 29,709 

Swain 10.403 

Transylvania 7,191 

Tyrrell 5,219 

Union 33,277 

Vance 19,425 

Wake 63,229 

Warren 20,266 

Washington 11,062 

Watauga 13,556 

Wayne 35.698 

Wilkes 30,2X2 

Wilson 24,263 

Yadkin 15,428 

Yancey 12,072 

Totals 2,206,287 



Senate. 

F. M. Simmons, Trenton. 

Lee S. Overman, Salisbury. 

House of Representatives. 

First District— John H. Small Washington. 

Second — Claude Kitchin, Scotland Neck. 

Third — John M. Faison, Faison. 

Fourth— Edward W. Pou. Smithfleld. 

Fifth — C. M. Stedman, Greensboro. 

Sixth — H. L. Godwin, Dunn. 

Seventh — Robt. N. Page. Biseoe. 

Eighth— R, L. Dougghton. Laurel Springs. 

Ninth— E. T. Webb. Shelby. 

Tenth — J. M. Gudger. Asheville. 
Presidents of Senate. 

North Carolina has furnished three Presi- 
dents pro tempore of the United States Senate. 
Thev were: 

Jesse Franklin— Elected March, 1804. 



2S.232 


26,070 


3.421 


24,560 


3.072 


28.40S 


10,446 


9.225 






40,371 


23,531 


22,518 


19,57 7 


16,917 


33,163 


25.965 


10,474 


21,544 


11,617 


31,006 


28,445 


9,074 


22,948 


8,115 


25,101 


24,097 


4.2ns 


20,659 


4,441 


26.380 


19,726 


10,043 


17,250 


9.130 




6,815 


8,473 


5,709 


6,710 


15,220 


17,776 


2,132 


13,421 


1,799 


19,866 


17,582 


2,569 


16,875 


2.991 


25,515 


27,068 


2.632 


22.609 


2,904 


8,401 


9,406 


185 


7.352 


174 


6,620 


6,553 


638 


6,005 


615 


4,980 


3,577 


1,642 


3,518 


1,462 


27,156 


23.93S 


9,337 


19,157 


7.999 


16,684 


9.421 


10,0'I4 


0,9211 


9,755 


54,626 


37,359 


25,870 


30,267 


24.358 


19,151 


7,035 


13,207 


6,082 


13,069 


10,608 


5.556 


5,503 


:.,24 2 


5.366 


13,417 


13,289 


246 


13,020 


39] 


31,356 


20,117 


15,579 


17,934 


13,419 


26.872 


27,691 


2,591 


24,435 


2,437 


23,596 


15,918 


12,350 


13.691 


9,905 


11,464 


14,254 


1,174 


12,895 


1,187 




11,839 
1,500,513 


233 


11,181 


283 


1,500,513 


697,843 1,263.603 

0NGRESS 


624,469 


AR0LI 


NA IN C 





Nathaniel Macon— Elected May, 1S26. 
Wiley P. Mangum— Elected May, 1842. 
Speaker of the House. 

North Carolina has furnished only one Speak- 
er of the United States House of Representa- 
tives. Nathaniel Macon was three times chosen 
Speaker, and presided over the Seventh, Eighth 
and Ninth Congresses. 



SECRETARIES OF THE NAVY. 

North Carolina has furnished only five Cab- 
inet officers, and each of the five was Secretary 
of the Navy. They were: 

John Branch— Appointed March 9. 1829. 

Geo. E. Badger — Appointed March 5 1841. 

W. A. Graham — Appointed July 20, 1850. 

J. C. Dobbin — Appointed March 5, 1853. 

Josephus Daniels — Appointed March 5, 1913. 



AMERICAN GOVERNORS 



(Democrats are in capital letters.) 
State— Names. Salaries. 

Alabama— CHARLES HENDERSON ..$7,500 

Alaska— JOHN F. A. STRONG 7. 

Arizona— GEO. W. P. HUNT 4. Ono 

Arkansas— GEO. W. HAYS 4.000 

California— Hiram W. Johnson (Pro).. 10, 

Colorado— Geo A. Carlson 5, I 

Connecticut— Marcus H. HolcomH 5,000 

Delaware— Chas. R. Miller 4,000 

Florida— PARK TRAMMELL 6,000 

Georgia— JOHN M. SLATON 5,000 

HAWAII— LUCUIS E. PINKHAM .... 7,000 

Idaho— MOSES ALEXANDER 5.000 

Illinois— EDWARD F. DUNNE 12.000 

Indiana— SAMUEL M. RALSTON 8,000 

Iowa— Geo. W. Clarke 5,000 

Kansas— Arthur Capper ■■ 5.000 

Kentucky— JAMES B. McCREARY 0.500 

Louisiana— LUTHER E. HALI 5,000 

Maine— OAKLEY C. CURTIS 3.000 

Maryland— Phillips L. Goldsborough 4,500 

Massachusetts— DAVID T. WALSH .... 10.000 

Michigan— WOODRIDGE N. FERRIS.. 5,000 

Minnesota— W. S. HAMMOND 7.000 

Mississippi— EARL BREWER 5.000 

Missouri— ELLIOTT W. MAJOR 5,000 



Montana— SAMUEL V. STEWART.... 
Nebraska— JOHN H. MOREITEAD .... 

Nevada— EMMET D. BOYLE 

New Hampshire — Roland H. Spaulding . . 
New Jersey— JAMES F. FIELDER .... 

New Mexico— W. C. McDONALD 

New York— Charles S. Whitman 

North Carolina— LOCKE CRAIG 

North Dakota— L. B. Hanna 

Ohio — Frank B. Willis 

Oklahoma— R. L. WILLIAMS 

Oregon — James Withycombe 

Pennsylvania— M. G. Brumbaugh 

Porto Rico— ARTHUR Y'AGER 

Rhode Island— R. Livingston Beeckman 
South Carolina— RICHARD I. MAN- 
NING 

South Dakota— F. M. Byrne 

Tennessee— THOS. C. RYE 

Texas— JAMES B. FERGUSON 

Utah — William Spry 

Vermont — Chas. W. Gates 

Virginia— H. C. STUART 

Washington— ERNEST LISTER 

West Virginia — Henry D. Hatfield 

Wisconsin— E. L. Phillip 

Wyoming— JOHN It KENDRICK 



5,000 

7.000 

3.000 

10,000 

5, 

l". 

5,000 
5.1 

10.000 
4."."" 
5,000 

to, 

,8, 

3,000 



3,000 

3,000 
4,000 
4,000 
6,000 

2.500 
5,000 
6,000 

.■..linn 
5.000 
4,1 



POPULAR VOTE FOR PRESIDENT IX 1912 



POPULAR VOTE FOR PRESIDENT IN 1912 



States. 



Alabama 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

Florida 

Georia, 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts . . 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 
New Jersey 
New Mexico . . . 
New York .... 
North Carolina 
North Dakota . 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania . . 
Rhode Island . . 
South Carolina 
South Dakota . 

Tennessee 

Texas 

I'tah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washlnton 
West Virginia . 
Wisconsin .... 
Wyoming 



Wilson, 

Dem. 

32.439 

10.324 

68.S3S 

283,441 

111.223 

T4.561 

22,631 

36,417 

93,171 

33,921 

405, 04S 

2S1.S90 

185 

143.670 

219.584 

60.960 

51,113 

112,674 

173.40S 

150,751 

106,126 

57,164 

330,947 

28,230 

109,109 

7,986 

34,724 

178 289 

20,437 

647,273 

144,507 

2S.806 

423,152 

119,156 

47,064 

395,619 

30 412 

48.355 

48,177 

130,335 

221,589 

36,579 

15,350 

90,332 

87,674 

119,677 

164 409 

15,310 



Taft. 

Rep. 

9.731 

3.021 

24.297 

3.943 

• 

6S.324 

15,998 

4,279 

5,190 

32.S10 

253.613 

151,267 

119,811 

74,844 

115,512 

3,834 

26,545 

54,956 

155.948 

152.244 

64,334 

1,511 

207,491 

IS, 404 

54.34S 

3,190 

32,927 

88,835 

17,733 

452.745 

29.139 

22.802 

277,066 

90.7S6 

34.673 

273,305 

27,703 

536 

59'. 444 
2S.853 
42,100 
23,305 
23,288 
71,752 
54,240 
130.S7S 
14.560 



Roose- 
velt, 
Prog. 
22.6S9 
6.949 
21,673 
2S3.606 
72.306 
34.129 
S.SS6 
4.535 
22,010 
25,530 
3S6.478 
162,007 
161,783 
120,123 
102,766 
9,323 
48,493 
57.7S6 
142.228 
214 584 
125,856 
3,627 
123,111 
22.44S 
72.776 
5,605 
17,794 
145,410 
8,347 
382,709 
69 130 
24,568 
229,327 

37,600 

447.426 

16,878 

1,293 

57,630 

53,725 

26.755 

24.174 

22.070 

21.777 

111,977 

76,639 

58,661 

9,232 



Debs, 

Soc. 
3,029 
3,163 
S.153 

69,869 

16.41S 

10 056 
556 

4.S06 
1,014 
11,942 
81,278 
36,931 
15.914 
26.S07 

11 647 
5,192 
2,541 
3,996 

12,612 
23,211 
27,505 

2,017 , 
28.145 
10.S2S 
10,219 

4,500 

1,981 
15,801 

2,859 

1.025 

6,740 
89,930 
42,262 
13,343 
SO 915 

2,049 
164 

4.267 

3,492 
25,743 

9,023 
928 
820 
35,555 
15,313 
34,168 
2,760 



Chafin 
Pro. 

'265 

898 

22,206 

5,063 

2,068 

623 

1,854 



15,710 

19,249 

8,437 

3,323 

945 
2.244 
2,754 
8,934 
7,886 



3 419 
'535 



1,090 

11,459 

2.1S5 

19,533 
616 

3,910 

825 

1 738 

1.154 
709 
7.467 
4,626 
3,467 
434 



Reimer 
Soc, L. 



475 



066 
130 



322 
102 
252 
212 



Plurality. 

•59 750 D 
3,375 D 

44,541 D 
185 P 

41.917 D 
6.237 D 
6,631 D 

31.611 D 

71,161 D 
1.111 D 

18,510 
119,883 

23,593 

23,047 
104,072 

51,637 
2,620 

54,888 D 

17,460 D 

62,340 

19,430 

53,537 
123,458 



D 
D 
D 



623 



704 
236 



442 

50 

698 



P 

P 
D 
D 
D 

36,333 D 

2.3S1 D 

2,097 D 

32,879 D 

2,704 

194. 52S 

75.377 

4,328 D 

146,086 D 

28,370 D 

9,464 D 

51,807 P 

2.709 D 

47,062 D 

9,453 P 

70,891 D 

192,736 D 

5,521 R 

1,235 R 

67,044 D 

24,303 P 

43.038 D 

33.531 D 

750 D 



Total 6,292,718 3,369.221 4,057 429 

Popular Vote, Wilson over Roosevelt 

Popular Vote, all over Wilson 

Electoral Vote, Wilson over Taft and Roosevelt 

Total Popular Vote, all candidates 



S12.731 170,626 17,312 



2,235,289 

2,134,601 

339 

14.720,037 



NORTH CAROLINA FAIRS. 

State Fair, Raleigh — Jos. E. Pogue, Sec. 

Alamance Fair, Burlington — R. A. Freeman, 
Sec. 

Mecklenburg Fair, Charlotte — Edgar B. Moore, 
Sec. 

Central Carolina Fair, Greensboro — Garland 
Daniel, Sec. 

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

Cumberland Fair, Fayetteville — R. M. Jackson. 

Haywood County Fair, Waynesville — J. D. 
Boone, Sec. 

Western N. C. Fair, Asheville — D. Harris, 
Sec. 

Pitt County. Greenville — D. J. Whichard, Sec. 

Stokes County, King— L. K. Pulliam, Si c. 

McDowell County, Marion — E. K. Hild. Sec. 



Jackson County, Sylva — A. J. Diles, Sec. 

Johnston County, Smithfield— T. S. Ragsdale, 
Sec. 

Catawba County, Hickory — E. L. Flowers, 
Sec. 

Eastern Carolina, New Bern — Leon Williams, 
Sec. 

Granville County, Oxford— E. C. Crews, Sec. 

Rowan County, Salisbury — Wm. James. Sec. 

Wilkes County, North Wilkeaboro — Jno. R. 
Jones, Sec. 



POPULATION GROWTH IN UNITED 
STATES. 

1800 5.308.4S3 

1850 23.191,876 

1880 50,155,783 

1900 76,303,387 

1910 92,174,515 



HOW THE ELECTORAL VOTE WAS CAST IX 1912 



HOW THE ELECTORAL VOTE WAS CAST IN 1912 



Wilson, 
Dem. 

Alabama 12 

Arizona 

Arkansas 9 

California 2 

Colorado 6 

Connecticut 7 

Delaware 3 

Florida 6 

Georgia 14 

Idaho 4 

Illinois 29 

Indiano 15 

Iowa 13 

Kansas- 10 

Kentucky 13 

Louisiana 10 

Maine 6 

Maryland 8 

Massachusetts IS 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 10 

Missouri 18 

Montana 4 



Taft. 
Rsp. 



Roose- 
velt, 
I'rog. 



15 

12 



Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 
New Jersey 
New Mexico . . . 

New York 

North Carolina 
North Dakota . . 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania . . . 
Rhode Island . 
South Carolina 
South Dakota . . 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 
West Virginia . 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



8 

3 

4 

14 

3 

45 

12 

5 

24 

10 



12 

20 



12 



13 
3 



88 



POPULATION OF NORTH CAROLINA. 

The population of North Carolina according 
to the 1910 census is 2,206,287, against 1,898,810 
in 1900. 

Following is the announcement of the Director 
of the Census of all cities and towns in North 
Carolina having a population in excess of 5.000. 

CITY. 1910 1900 

Asheville 18,762 14.694 

Charlotte 34,014 18.091 

Concord 8,715 7.910 

Durham 18,241 6,679 

Elizabeth City 8,412 6.34S 

Fayetteville 7,045 4.670 

Gastonia 5,759 4.610 

Goldsboro 6,107 5.877 

Greensboro 15,895 10.036 

High Foint 9,525 4.163 

Kinston 6.995 4,106 

New Bern 9.961 9.090 

Raleigh 19.218 13.643 

Rocky Mount 8,051 2.937 

Salem 5.533 3.642 

Salisbury 7.153 6,277 

Washington 6,211 4,842 

Wilmington 25,748 20.976 

Wilson 6.717 3,52a 

Winston-Salem 17,167 10,008 



Total 435 8 

TOBACCO PRODUCTION. 

Pounds 

Total in TJ. S 953.734.000 

In North Carolina 167.500,000 

In Kentucky 281,200,000 

In Virginia 154,000,000 

In Tennessee 64,800.000 

In Ohio 61.425,000 

In Alabama 210.00(1 

In Lousiana ' 270,000 

In Texas 120.000 

In Arkansas 520.000 

In New Hampshire 165,000 

In Vermont 1 

In Massachusetts 9,455.000 

In Connecticut 28,520,000 

In New York 4,386.000 

In Pennsylvania 46,680,000 

In Maryland 18.500,000 

In West Virginia 10.200,000 

In South Carolina 33,288,000 

In Georgia 1,800.000 

In Florida 4,000.000 

In Indiana 11.925.000 

In Illinois 560,000 

In Wisconsin 50,740.00 

In Missouri 3,315.00 



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 Declarations of Inde- 
pendence. 

May 30 — (National) Federal ■'Decoration 
Day." 

July 4 — Independence Day. 

September (first Monday — Labor Day. 

November (fourth Thursday)— Thanksgiving 
Day. 

November (Tuesday after first Monday) — 
Election Day. 

December 25 — Christmas Day. 



POPULATION GROWTH IN NORTH 
CAROLINA. 

(Estimated. ) 

1675 4 

1729 35 

1752 100 

1765 200 

1771 WO 

1786 350 

1790 393 

1800 478 

1830 73 

1860 992 

1890 1.617. 

1900 1-898 

1910 2.206 



000 

ooo 

000 
000 
000 
000 
751 
,103 
.987 
622 
947 
Sin 
287 



PUBLIC SCHOOL STATISTICS — SOME facts RELATING TO N. (' 

PUBLIC SCHOOL STATISTICS 



rr.nKTTF<! Tolal Sc , h ° o1 

COUNTIkb Population. 

Alamunce 9,728 

Alexander 4,335 

Alleghany 2,818 

Anson 8,429 

Ashe 7.016 

Avery 3,734 

Beaufort 9.727 

Bertie 8,253 

Bladen 6,440 

Brunswick 4.927 

Buncombe 17.948 

Burke 7,062 

Cabarrus 9.450 

Caldwell 7,007 

Camden 2,224 

Carteret 4,423 

Caswell 5.277 

Catawba 11,234 

Chatham 7,573 

Cherokee 5.209 

Chowan 3.635 

Clay 1.454 

Cleveland 10.85S 

Columbus 9,381 

Craven 7,979 

Cumberland 10,018 

Currituck 2,830 

Dare 1,618 

Davidson 10,228 

Davie 4,439 

Duplin 8.577 

Durham 12,319 

Edgecombe 9,531 

Forsyth 17.813 

Franklin 8,937 

Gaston 11.995 

Gates, 3,822 

Graham 1,604 

Granville 8,047 

Greene 4,926 

Guilford 20,727 

Halifax 12,599 

Harnett 7,920 

Haywood 7,918 

Henderson 5,693 

Hertford 4,641 

Hoke 3,984 

Hyde 2.710 

Iredell 11,450 

Jackson 4,876 

Johnston 15.203 



Amount 
Apportioned. 
$ 3,016.26 
1.344.11 

873.82 
2,613.50 
2.175.38 
1,157.76 
3,015.95 
2,558.93 
1,996.78 
1.527.66 
5,564.95 
2,189.64 
2,930.07 
2.172.59 

689.64 
1,371.40 
1,636.18 
3,483.21 
2,348.08 
1,615.10 
1,127.07 

450.92 
3,366.63 
2,908.67 
2,473.97 
3,106.18 

877.54 

501.75 
3.171.29 
1.376.35 
2,659.38 
3,819.62 
2,955.18 
5,523.10 
2,771.08 
3,719.10 
1,185.05 

497.41 
2,495.05 
1,527.35 
6,426.61 
3,906.45 
2,455.66 
2,455.05 
1,765.17 
1,438.99 
1,235.28 

840.33 
3.550.19 
1,511.85 
4,713.84 



Jones 3,152 

Lee 4.063 

Lenoir 8,021 

Lincoln 6.437 

Macon 4,422 

Madison 7,527 

Martin 6,030 

McDowell 5.841 

Mecklenburg 23,408 

Mitchell 3,668 

Montgomery 5,263 

Moure 7,507 

Nash 11.930 

New Hanover 8,422 

Northampton 7,521 

Onslow 4,914 

Orange 5.203 

Pamlico 3,555 

Pasquotank 5,524 

Pender 5,468 

Perquimans 4,147 

Person 5,913 

Pitt 13,387 

Polk 2,477 

Randolph 10,733 

Richmond 7,362 

Robeson 16.1S7 

Rockingham 12,857 

Rowan 13.1S9 

Rutherford 9,461 

Sampson 10.2S8 

Scotland 5,623 

Stanly 7,907 

Stokes 7,319 

Surry 10,670 

Swain 3.43S 

Transylvania 2,741 

Tyrrell 1.747 

Union 12.307 

Vance 6,378 

Wake 23,400 

Warren 7,003 

Washington 5,186 

Watauga 4.41S 

Wayne 12,254 

Wilkes 11,514 

Wilson 10.753 

Yadkin 5.226 

Yancey 4,961 

Teacher Training .... 
Rural Libraries 

Total $777,267.00 



977.28 


1,259.77 


2,486.99 


1,995.86 


1.371.08 


2,333.82 


1,869.66 


1,811.06 


7,257.88 


1,137.30 


1.631.85 


2.327.62 


3.699.02 


2,611.32 


2.331.96 


1,523.63 


1,613.24 


1,102.26 


1,712.77 


1.695.41 


1,285.82 


1,833.38 


4,150.77 


768.02 


3,327.87 


2,282.66 


5,018.94 


3,986.44 


4,089. 3S 


2,933.48 


3.189.90 


1,743.47 


2,451.64 


2,269.33 


3.30S. 34 


1.065.99 


849.94 


541.74 


3,815.91 


1,977.56 


7,255.40 


2.170.97 


1.607.97 


1,369.85 


3,799.47 


3,570.03 


3,334.08 


1,620.33 


1,538.21 


1,500.00 


7,500.00 


$250,000.00 



SOME FACTS RELATING TO NORTH CAROLINA 



Ratified Federal Constitution "November 21, 17S9 

No. of Counties 100 

Land Area, square miles 48,740 

Coast Line, miles 400 

East to West, miles 490 

North to South, miles 185 

Greatest altitude 6,711 ft. 

Population (1910 Census) 2,206,287 

Population per square miles 45.3 

White population 1.500,513 

Negro population 697,843 

Indians and others 7,931 

School population ( 1914 ) 77S.283 

White school population 525,107 

Negro school population 253,276 

No. school houses 7,928 

Value school property 9,078,703.27 

Real Estate $359,039,122 

Personal property $209,989,913 

Taxable Property $7S3,919.168 

Taxes State purposes $2,435,437.86 



Taxes for Pensions $352,993. 19 

County taxes $4,020,090.67 

Municipal laves $4,476,917.34 

School taxes $2,909,135.71 

Total all taxes $14,194,574.77 

Railway mileage 4,799.08 

Value of all crops $241,533,620 

Cotton $50,000,000 

Corn $65,000,000 

Tobacco $31,000,000 

Cotton seed $10,000,000 

Wheat $8,500,000 

Hay $6,914,000 

Sweet Potatoes $4,880,000 

Oats $3,100,000 

Potatoes $1,938,000 

No. Cotton mills 296 

No. Knitting mills 78 

No. Woolen, Cordage and Silk mills 14 

No. Furniture factories 84 

No. Newspapers 325 



PARCEL POST INFORMATION 



PARCEL POST INFORMATION 



Unsealed matter of the fourth class, which embraces all mailable merchandise, Including 
farm and factory products, not exceeding in size 72 inches in length and girth combined; and 
not exceeding 50 pounds in weight in the 1st and 2nd zones, and 20 pounds to all other zones, 
bearing the name and address of the sender, and prepared for mailing in such manner that the 
contents can be easily examined, is mailable at the rates of postage provided for in the accom- 
panying table. 

March 16, 1914, parcel post service is extended to Include books. The rate of postage on 
books weighing 8 ounces or less is one cent for each 2 ounces or fraction thereof and on those 
weighing in excess of 8 ounces the regular zone rate applies. 

The rate to any point in the Hawaiian Islands, Alaska, Canada, Canal Zone. Cuba, Mexico, 
Panama, Philippines and to the United States Postal Agency at Shanghai. China, (except for 
parcels weighing four ounces or less) is 12 cents for the first pound and 12 cents for each 
additional pound. Parcels for the Canal Zone, with commercial value, and for Mexico and 
Panama must be accompanied by custom declaration. Parcels for Canada and Culm must not 
exceed four pounds, six ounces In weight ; those for Mexico and Panama cannot exceed that 
weight unless sent by international parcel post. 

A mailable parcel may be insured against loss in an amount equivalent to Its actual value, 
but not to exceed $25.00 on payment of a fee of 5 cents and in an amount equivalent to its 
actual value in excess of $25.00, but not to exceed $50.00, on payment of a fee of 10 cents in 
stamps affixed in addition to the required postage. 

The sender of a mailable parcel on which postage is fully prepaid may have the price of 
the article and the charges thereon collected from the addressee on payment of a fee of ten 
cents in postage stamps affixed, provided the amount to be collected does not exceed $100.00. 
Such a parcel will be insured against loss, without additional charge, in an amount equivalent 
to its actual value, but not to exceed $50.00. 



FIRST ZONE 



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WEIGHT. 



h3« N« 

pound $0.05 $0.05 

pounds -06 .06 

pounds -06 .07 

pounds -07 .08 

pounds 07 .09 

pounds -08 .10 

pounds .08 .11 

pounds -09 .12 

pounds .09 .13 

pounds .10 .14 

pounds 10 .15 

pounds 11 -16 

pounds .11 -1" 

pounds .12 .18 

pounds .12 .19 

pounds .13 .20 

pounds .13 .21 

pounds .14 .22 

pounds .14 .23 

pounds .15 .24 

pounds .15 .25 

pounds .16 .26 

pounds .16 .27 

pounds .17 .28 

pounds .17 .29 

pounds -18 .30 

pounds .18 .31 

pounds .19 .32 

pounds .19 -33 

pounds 20 .34 

pounds 20 .35 

pounds .21 .36 

pounds .21 .37 

pounds .22 .38 

pounds .22 .39 

pounds 23 .40 

pounds -23 .41 

pounds 24 .42 

pounds .24 .43 

pounds -25 .44 

pounds 25 .45 

pounds .26 .46 

pounds 26 .47 

pounds .27 .48 

pounds -27 .49 

pounds .28 -50 

pounds -28 .51 

pounds .29 .52 

pounds .29 .53 

pounds ,30 .54 



o % 

cj O 

•/. s: 
$0.05 
.06 
.07 
.08 
.09 
.10 
.11 
.12 
.13 
.14 
.15 
.16 
.17 
.18 
.19 
.20 
.21 
22 
]23 
.24 
.25 
.26 
.27 
.28 
.29 
.30 
.31 
.32 
.33 
.34 
.35 
.36 
.37 
.38 
.39 
.40 
.41 
.42 
.43 
.44 
.45 
.46 
.47 
.48 
.49 
.50 
.51 
.52 
.53 
.54 



A o 
fr*N 

$0.06 
.08 

.ia 

.12 
.14 
.16 
.18 
.20 
.22 
.24 
.26 
.28 
.30 
.32 
.34 
.36 
.38 
.40 
.42 
.44 



o 3 

fe<N 
$0.07 
.11 
.15 
.19 
.23 
.27 
.31 
.35 
.39 
.43 
.47 
.51 
.55 
.59 
.63 
.67 
.71 
.75 
.79 
.83 



$0.08 

.14 

.20 

.26 

.32 

.38 

.44 

.50 

.56 

.62 

.68 

.74 

.80 

.86 

.92 

.98 

1.04 

1.10 

1.16 

1.22 



— tb 

s§ 

$0.09 

.17 

.25 

.33 

.41 

.49 

.57 

.65 

.73 

.81 

.89 

.97 

1.05 

1.13 

1.21 

1.29 

1.37 

1.45 

1.53 

1.61 



$0.11 

.21 

.31 

.41 

.51 

.61 

.71 

.SI 

.01 

1.01 

1.11 

1.21 

1.31 

1.41 

1.51 

1.61 

1.71 

1.81 

1.91 

2.01 



$0.12 

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.36 

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THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR HOOK. 



"READ IT BECAUSE THEY HAVE TO. 



n 



"The News and Observer Is An Institution Read By Something Like 
75,000 People, Two-Fifths of Whom Hate It Like The Devil." 

(From the News and Observer, November 19, 1911). 

In connection with its year's work on the newspaper situation. Collier's offered sixty prizes 
of fifty dollars each in the cities am', regions of the United States and Canada for the best 
letters from readers concerning their newspapers. It prints the prize-winning letters. In its 
issue of last week it prints the prize North Carolina letter — It was written by Dr. G. M. 
Cooper, of Clinton, and his subject was "The News and Observer." Colliers' paid Dr. 
Cooper fifty dollars for the letter, as it paid fifty-nine others who wrote the best criticism con- 
cerning newspapers in all the States. These letters have been interesting and illuminating 
and helpful both to the public and to the editors. It is a good thing for an editor to read 
the opinion of a subscriber, particularly when a great newspaper, like Collier's thinks enough 
of the opinion of the writer to pay fifty dollars for it. If he is a wise editor he will be 
helped by candid criticisms. Dr. Cooper's is most kind, but is the sort of criticism of which 
it was said by the highest authority 1 : "Faithful are the wounds of a friend." Here is his 
article for which Collier's paid Dr. Cooper fifty dollars: 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

I read the daily "News and Observer" of Raleigh, N. C. That paper Is an institution. 
It is read by something like seventy-five thousand people, two-fifths of whom hate It like the 
Devil, but read it just the same. Why? Because they have to. Its policies make and un- 
make Governors, Senators, judges and lights of leases magnitude. Politically it is mightier 
than all the politicians and bosses in the State, for the simple reason that it is backed by 
public opinion. 

Ask any of the enemies why they read The News and Observer and the answer is always 
the same: "It publishes the news." That is literally the truth; nothing of real interest is 
suppressed. By "news" I do not mean the sickening stories of crime and domestic infelicity 
that fill the columns of most daily papers. I mean news of political importance or of 
significance to society in general. In other words. Its news matter Is clean and healthy. In 
Its editorials It reflects the best thought of the soundest thinkers in the country and especially 
of the South. 

Another good reason for the influence wielded by this paper is its direct personal appeal. 
No one knows or cares who owns its stock, but jvery line It publishes Is universally regarded 
as the honest, sincere convictions of the editor. To illustrate this point: It is Democratic in 
politics, and whenever a Republican speaker or paper alludes to an editorial in The News and 
Observer they always refer to "Josephus" (its editor is Josephus Daniels). That is "personal 
journalism" which might make even a Nelson or a Watterson take notice. No mortal man 
can measure the influence which this one paper exerts. It has fought and won many battles 
for better conditions in North Carolina. Its voice has been remarkably clear for the people 
against special privilege in national affairs. 

Much more might be said in commendation of this paper, which for many a year to come 
bids fair to continue master of the newspaper field in this section of the South. But what I 
have said is sufficient to illustrate its power for good. 

On the other hand, what criticism have I to offer? Very little. First, and chief, it is 
not at all times and hi all things consistent. For instance, it carries no whiskey advertise- 
ments, but thousands of its friends are frequently forced to blush with shame at some of its 
glaring patent medicine announcements. 

Second, and in conclusion, as a friend to the principles for which this paper stands; as 
one who loves the glorious history of this great country, and who hopes for its future, I would 
beseech its editor to beware lest in its zeal for the cause he brings to me, perhaps un- 
consciously, just a little more of the spirit of partizanship than of the spirit of Democracy. 
Clinton, N. C. G. M. COOPEH. 



NORTH CAROLINA SIGNERS OF AMERI- 
CAN DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. 



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



MANUFACTURES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



(From 1910 Census of Manufactures.) 
Wage earners, 85,339. 

Capital employed $141,000,639 

Wages paid 21,375,294 

Value of product 142,520,776 



ALAMANCE COUNTS 



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ALAMANCE COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, GRAHAM. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), 2S.721. 

Formed in 1S48. Named after Alamance Creek. 

AREA — 430 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $5,647,634: value of personal property, $3,045,099. 

Property listed in 1914, by whites, $8,376,120; by negroes, $326,613. 

TAX RATE— County purposes, 21 2-3c. on the $100; school, 20c; roads and bridges, 16 2-3c. ; 
special, 4c. 

County bonded debt, $307,000. 

PUBLIC ROADS — Number of miles, about 800. Worked by convict labor and hired help. 
Fiftv miles 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 Co., assessed value 4,405.56 

Mebane-Ridgeville Telephone Co.. assessed value inn. on 

Gibsonville Telephone Co., assessed value 527.00 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 30,327.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 1.412.00 

Cane Creek Telephone Company, assessed value l,83l 

Postal Telegraph- Cable Co., assessed value 1,098.60 

Southern Power Co., assessed value 46,290.00 

Southern Alamance Telephone Co., assessed value 1,163.00 

Graham Water and Electric Light Co., assessed value 2.300.00 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— January 18 (civil), March 1, March 22 (civil). May 24, Au- 
gust 23, September 13 (civil), October 11 (civil), November 29. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— J. D. Kernodle, Gra- 
ham. 

SHERIFF— R. N. Cook, Graham. 

TREASURER — Albert J. Thompnson. Gra- 
ham. 

CORONER— Java Wilkins, Haw River. 

SURVEYOR— Lewis H. Holt, Graham. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— George W. Long, Gra- 
ham. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— J. B. Robertson, Gra- 
ham. 

ASSISTANT SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— Miss 

Edna Reinhardt. 

COUNTY SUPERVISOR OF SCHOOLS— Miss 
Edna Reinhart, Graham. 

SUPT. OF HOME— A. B. McKeel, Graham. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— J- L. Scott 
(chm'n). Burlington; S. E. Tate, Mebane, R. 
3; J. W. Whitehead, Snow Camp, R. 2. 

COMMISSIONERS— George T. Williamson 
(chm'n), Saxapahaw; C. F. Cates, Mebane; 
M. C. McBane. Manndale: W. H. Turren- 
tine, Burlington; C. H. Roney, Burlington, R. 3. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— Dr. R. A. Free- 
man (chm'n), Burlington; Dr. Will S. Long, 
Jr., Graham; Herman Hughes, Graham. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

GRAHAM TOWNSHIP— W. P. Smith, Lewis 
H. Holt, V. M. Euliss, T. P. Bradshaw, V. S. 
Freeland, Burlington, R. 9. 

NEWLIN— John G. Clark, Snow Camp, R. 2; 
John C. Griffin, G. Grant McBane, J. M. 
Foust, Snow Camp, R. 1 ; W. M. Lewis, 
Saxapahaw, R. 1. • 

THOMPSON— George T. Morrow, Mebane, R. 
4; Thomas A. Morow. Graham, R. 2; Charles 
W. Bradshaw, Swepsonville. 

MELVILLE— John T. Shaw. 

FAUCETT — A. O. Huffman, Burlington, R. 
5; Charles A. Wilson, Burlington, R. 2. 

BOON STATION— Jacob C. Whitesell, Bur- 
lington, R. 4; Jerry A. Whitesell, Elon College; 
Wm. D. Newell, Elon Colege, R. 1. 

MORTON— D. M. Ireland, Eion College, R. 1 ; 
P. Y. Bowles, Altamahaw, R. 2: Wm. II. Gil- 
liam, Altamahaw; W. A. Paschal, John W. 
Garrison, Burlington, R. S. 



G. Thompson, Isaac 
T. P. Nicholson, Bur- 



ALBRIGHT— Alson 
Holt, Graham, R. 1 
lington. R. 7. 

BURLINGTON— H. F. Moore. Jos. P. Al- 
bright. Jas. W. Montgomery, W. Luther Cates, 
H. M. Scott, A. A. Apple, L. D. Meador, Robt. 
J. Hall, Burlington. 

PLEASANT GROVE— C. R. McCauley. Bur- 
lington, R. 3; W. B. Sellars. Mebane, R. 3. 

PATTERSON— Wm. A. Tinnin. Burlington. 
R. 7; R. J. Thompson, Rock Creek, R. 2. 

COBLE — John Dixon, C. F. Robertson, Bur- 
lington, R 7. 

HAW RIVER — J. H. Blackmon, Haw River 
R. R. Bain. W. T. Brooks. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Goodman, Jas.. Graham, R. 2. 

Sampler, W. O.. Mebane, R. 3. 

Zachary, A. L.. Snow Camp. 

Iseley, R. A. F., Burlington, R. 1. 

Galloway, Rev. Swepsonville. 

Holmes, G. W.. Graham. R. 1. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Weatherly, J. B., Altamahaw. 

Iseley. W. L., Burlington. 

Pickett, J. A., Burlington, Rfd. 

Mann. E. D., Saxapahaw. 

Walters. C M.. Union Ridge. 

Tate, W. N., Mebane. 

Kernodle, J. L.. Shetuckit. 

Moore. R- H.. Burlington. Rfd. 

Walters. M. C. Union Ridge. 

Kernodle, Chas., Shetuckit. 

McPherson, Robert (.'., Saxapahaw. 

Thompson. J. M., Mebane. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Dailey, E. L., Mebane, R. 3. 

Kernodle. D. W., Altamahaw. 

Porterfield, J. M.. Watson. 

Thompson & Kirkpatrick. 

Holt. John L., Graham, R. 1. 

Braxton, E. J., Snow Camp. 

McBane, M. C, Co., Manndale. 

Murray, E. C, & Co., Mebane. R. 3. 

Saxapahaw Store. Saxapahaw. 

Stalnback, .1. W.. .Mebane. R. 3. 

Jones. W. F., Mebane, IS. F. D. 

Boggs, Charlie. Saxapahaw. 

Hornaday, T. II.. Snow Camp, B P. I> 



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ALAMANCE COIXTY 



Coble Bros., snow Camp, R. F. D. 
si 1 1 hi. 1, .1. E., Burlington, R. 1. 
Perry, Ed., Sutphlns. 
Blaylock Bros., Burlington. Rfd. 
Aldridge, L. a.. Union Ridge. 
Riddle. W. J.. Saxapahaw, R. 1. 
Guthrie, R. C, Snow ('amp. 
Kiddle. Ralph, Saxapahaw, K. 1. 

COTTON GINS. 
McBane, J. R. & A. P., Saxapahaw. 
McBane, M. C, & Co., Manndale. 
Nicholson, Joe A., Saxapahaw. 
Braxton & Co., Snow Camp. 
Pickard. D. A., .Saxapahaw. 
Guthrie, William, Saxapahaw. 
Menefee, .1. \\\. Graham. 
Rogers & Albright. Graham. Rfd. 
Thompson. Charles A., Graham. 
Hinshaw Bros., Saxapahaw, R. 1. 
Loy, J. P., Rock Creek, R. 1. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Vincent, R. W.. Mebane. 
Cook Hilling Co., Mebane, Rfd. 
Dixon, Peter, Burlington, Rfd. 
Patterson Bros., Burlington, Rfd. 
Holt .Milling Co., Alt amah aw. 
Hinshaw Bros., Saxapahaw, R. 1. 
White-Williamson Co., Saxapahaw. 
McBane-Glosson & Co., Saxapahaw, R. 1. 
McBane, D. E., Son & Co., Snow Camp. 
Thompson, Geo. P., Graham, R. 1. 
Cates, C. P.. Mebane. 
Cook & Williams, Altamahaw. 
Hub Milling Co., Altamahaw. 
Hoffman, Seymour, Rock Creek. 
Thompson, H. S. P., Graham, Rfd. 

SAW MILLS. 
Thompson, G. P.. Graham, R. 1. 
Moser Bros., Burlington. 
Loy, J. P., Rock Creek, R. 1. 
Guthrie. W. H, & Sons, Saxapahaw, R. 1. 
Hinshaw Bros., Saxapahaw, R. 1. 
McBane, A. S., Saxapahaw, R. 1. 
McBane, J. S. Saxapahaw. 
Pickard, D.' A.. Saxapahaw. 
McBane, .1. R. & A. P., Saxapahaw. 
Holt; Ben. B., Graham. 
Albright. Cad. A., Graham. 
McBane, M. C, Manndale. 
Braxton & Co., Snow Camp. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Reitzel, Cuma, Liberty, K. 3. 
Albright. Flora, Liberty, R. 3. 
Stuart, Lyndon, Hartshorn. 
Murry, Beulah, Hartshorn. 
Cude, W. W., Rock Creek. 
Somers, Emma, Liberty, R. 3. 
Carter, Lugirty, Liberty, R. 3. 
Simpson, Edna, Burlington R. 7. 
Cobb. Minnie, Burlington, R. 7. 
Crafton, Louise, Burlington, R. 1. 
Reitzel, Mrs. Fannie, Burlington, R. 1. 
Smith, Lula, Burlington, R. In. 
Cobb, .1. D. F., Gihsonville. 
Cobb, Mrs. J. D. F., Gihsonville. 
Garrett, Cynthia, Burlington, R. 6. 
Nicholson, Myrtle, Elon College, R. 1. 
Stuart, Lena, Elon College, R. 1. 
Loonam, Florance, Elon College, R. 1. 
Jeffcoat, Cora Pearl, Elon College, R. 1. 
Rosemond, Forney, Altamahaw. 
Cunningham, Julia, Altamahaw. 
Simpson, Ada, Altamahaw. 
Sharp, S. Ashton, Altamahaw, R. P. D. 
McCray, Mary P., Altamahaw, R. F. D. 
Hughes, Clara, Burlington, R. 8. 
Satterneld, Luna, Burlington, R. 8. 
Garrison, Bronna, Burlington, R. 8. 
Barnwell, Eva, Burlington, R. 2. 
Clapp, Blanche, Burlington, R. 2. 
Long, Ava, Burlington, R. 3. 
Howard, Bessie, Burlington, R. 4. 
Robertson, Pearle, Burlington, R. 4. 



Ray, Mamie, Burlington, R. 2. 

Walker, Mary, Burlington, R. 3. 

Satterneld, Nannie, Burlington, R. 3. 

Gibson, Delia, Burlington, R. 3. 

Covington, Mona, Burlington. R. 3. 

Graves, I'attie, Burlington, R. 9. 

Seymour, Pearl, Burlington, R. 9. 

Jones, James, Graham, R. 1. 

Thompson, C. C, Graham, R. 1. 

Barnett, Roy, Graham, R. 1. 

Isley, Hubert, Graham, R. 1. 

Glenn, Jno. M., Saxapahaw. 

Graves, Alma, Saxapahaw. 

Woody, Lacy, Saxapahaw. 

Stockard, Jessie, Saxapahaw. 

Ezell, Myrtle, Saxapahaw. 

Perry, H. C, Saxapahaw, R. 1. 

Dixon. E. P., Saxapahaw, R. 1. 

Isley, D. K., Snow Camp, R. F. D. 

Lewis, Adie, Snow Camp, R. F. D. 

Richardson, Daisy, Snow Camp, R. F. D. 

Hadley, Elsie, Snow Camp, R. F. D. 

Ingle, J. B.. Snow Camp, R. F. D. 

Hurst, W. T.. Manndale. 

Hurst, Mrs. W. T., Manndale. 

Sykes, Terresa, Haw River, R. F. D. 

Covington, Viola, Mebane, R. 4. 

Minor, Annie, Haw River, R. F. D. 

Lore, Johnsie, Swepsonville. 

Lore, Lucy, Swepsonville. 

Mnser, Sarah, Swepsonville. 

Arnold, Delia, Swepsonville. 

Moore, Addie, Graliam, R. 2. 

Lasley, Annie, Mebane, R. 1. 

Rogers, B. M., Mebane, R. 3. 

Garrison, Minnie, Mebane, R. 3. 

Pritchett, Irene, Watson, R. 1. 

Simpson, Nettie, Burlington, R. 3. 

Quimerly, Rosa, Burlington, R. 3. 

Covington, Esther, Burlington, R. 3. 

Holt, Julia, Burlington. 

Gibson, Mattie, Burlington. 

Thompson, Bessie, Burlington. 

Cheek, Eva, Burlington, R. 3. 

Smith, Arthur, Burlington, R. 6. 

Montgomery, Minnie, Burlington, R. 1. 

Parker, Mabel, Burlington, R. 9. 

Braxton, W. A.. Burlington, R. 9. 

ACADEMIES. 

GILLIAMS ACADEMY. Altamahaw, R. F. 
D. 1— J. W. Gilliam, Principal, .1. W. Gil- 
liam, Jr., E. L. Wyant, J. F. Gilliam, G. B. 
Lovelace, J. T. Barham, Mrs. E. L. Wyant, 
Mrs. J. F. Gilliam. 

HAMMER MEMORIAL SCHOOL— Liberty, 
R. 3.— L. L. Lore, Principal. Liberty. R. 3, 
Virginia Helms, Mary McLeod, Annie Nor- 
wood, Octavia Hockett, Miss Rudisell, music 
teacher. 

FRIENDSHIP— Burlington, R. 1.— Mead 
Hart, Principal, Burlington, R. 1; Eva Christ - 
mon, Burlington, R. 1 ; Verna Garrett, Bur- 
lincton, R. 1. 

HAWFIELDS— Mebane, R. 6.— J. F. Love, 
Principal, Mebane, R. 6; Annie Hughes, Me- 
bane, R. 6; Ella Anderson, Mebane, R. 6. 



GRAHAM. 

Incorporated in 1S50. 

Population, 1910: 3,150. 

Value real estate, $724,646; value personal 
property, $696,927. 

White polls, 310; colored polls, 51. 

TAX RATE: School, 30c. and town 60c. on 
the $100. 

Bonded debt, $10,000 (for school buildings) ; 
$50,000 (for streets). 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— Wm. I. Ward. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— W. H. Boswell. 

CLERK— R. G. Foster. 

TREASURER— R. G. Foster. 

POSTMASTER— J. M. McCracken. 

R. R. AGENT — M. W. Young, Southern. 

EXPRESS AGENT— T. C. Montgomery. 



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TELEGRAPH MANAGER— C. B. Ward, W. 
U. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— Jas. W. Rose. 
CHRISTIAN — J. F. Morgan. Pastor. 
METHODIST— C. . M. Grant. 
PRESBYTERIAN — T. M. McConnell. Pastor. 
METHODIST PROTESTANT— O. B. Wil- 
liams, Pastor. 

FRIENDS — J. R. Parker, Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— C. W. Rankin, Supt. 

Fire Department. 
Chief. E. P. McClure; Graham Hose Co. 
No. 1, W. S. Long, Jr., Foreman; Graham Hose 
Co., No. 2, J. C. Walker. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
The Vestal. 
Hunter, Mrs. C. S. 
Lewis, Mrs. 
Rose, Mrs. J. W. 

Banks and Bankers. 
NATIONAL BANK OF ALAMANCE— J. L. 
Scott. Jr., Pres. ; C. A. Scott, Cash. 

CITIZENS— W. J. Nicks, Pres.; T. H. 
Nifong, Cashier. 

Building and Loan Associations. 
Graham Home Building Co. 

Brick Manufacturers. 
Parks & Jeffreys. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
Norwood. A. W. 
Rivers, M. R. 
Euliss, V. M. 
Nicks, W. J. 
Albright. J. D., & Co. 
Holt & Herritage. 
Crawford & McAdams. 
Andrews, W. L. 
Holt, J. W., & Co. 
Clapp. R. L. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 
Pickard, S. M. 
Black Bros. 

Barbers. 
Edwards, Ed. C. 
Foust, D. P. 
McPherson Bros. 

Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Graham Buggy and Implement Co. 

Cotton and Hosiery Mills. 
Oneida Cotton Mills. 
Sidney Cotton Mills. 
Travora Cotton Mills. 
Leota Cotton Mills. 

Confectionery Dealers. 
Graham Drug Co. 
Farrell, R. H. 
Moore, C. E. 
Pool, K. B. 
Dixie Store Co. 
Andrews, W. L. 
Craddock, S. C. 
Norwood, A. W. 
Black, J. T., Bros. 

Contractors and Builders. 
Johnston, Sam T. 
Nicholson, A. B. 
Longest, J. G. 
Florance, W. J. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 
Moon Bros. 

Home Ice and Fuel Co. 
Graham Ice Co. 

Chamber of Commerce. 
J. A. Long. Pres. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 
Crawford, J. M., & Co. • 

Cotton Gins. 
Thompson, Charles A. 

Dentists. 
Long, Will S., Jr. 



Druggists. 
Simmon's Drug Store. 
Graham Drug Co. 
Carolina Drug Co. 

Doctors. 
Long, George W. 
Barefoot, J. J. 
Paris, O. J. 

Lawyers. 
Long, J. A. 
Cook, J. S. 
Parker, E. S.. Jr. 
Hughs, Henan. 
Long, J. E. 
Long, Dolph. 
Ward, W. I. 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
Albright, J. D., & Co. 
Crawford, J. M., & Co. 
Holt, J. W., & Co. 
Rives, M. R. 

Power and Light Companies. 
Graham Water and Electric Co. 

Fruit Dealers. 
Dixie Store Co. 
Moore, C. D. 
Clapp, R. L. & Bro. 
Farrell, R. H. 
Pool, K. B. 
Nicks, W. J. 
Craddock, S. C. 
Black Bros. 
Holt, Jas. W. & Co. 
Norwood, A. W. 

Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Nicks, W. J. 
Moon Bros. 

Fish and Oyster Dealers. 
Pickard, S. M. 
Farrell, R- H. 
Nicks, W. J. 
Clapp, R. L., & Bro. 
Bamm, H. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Green & McClure Co. 

Grocers. 
McAdams, J. P. 
Norwood, A. W. 
Euliss, V. M. 
Blaylock Bros. 
Farrell, R. H. 
Nicks, W. J. 
Black, J. T.. & Bro. 
Moore, C. D. 
Pool, K. B. 
Dixie Store Co. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Graham Hardware Co. 

Insurance Agents. 
Graham Underwriters (Fire). 
Nifong, T. H. (Fire). 
Trolinger, B. R. (Life). 

Jewelers. 
Hadley, Z. T. 

Laundries. 
Sing Lee. 

Livery Stables. 
McPherson & Moore. 
Moore, W. C- 

Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 
Walker Bros. 

Machinery Dealers. 
Graham Hardware Co. 

Paint and Oil Dealers. 
Graham Hardware Co. 

Painters. 
Tinnin, J. M. 
Tinnin. Richard. 
Jones, John R. 

Produce Dealers. 
Dixie Store Co. 
Norwood, A. W. 



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ALAMANCE COUNTY. 



McAdams, K. E. 
Clapp, R, I.. & l'.m. 
Rlack Bros. 
Nicks, \V. .T. 
Farrell, R. H. 
McAdams, J. 1'. 

Plumbers. 
Russell, C. F. 
Graham Water & Electric Co. 

Photographers. 
Anglin, J. M. 

Printing Offices. 
Hughes & Foster. 
Alamance Gleaner. 

Newpspapers and Editors. 
ALAMANCE GLEANEB (Weekly)— J. D. 
Kernodle, Editor. 

Real Estate Agents. 
Cook & MeCracken. 

Shingle Dealers. 
Walker & McAdams. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Green & McClure. 
Bich & Wilson. 

Wall Paper Dealers. 
Bradshaw, Jesse. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Scott-Mebane Mfg. Co. (Shirts and Overalls). 
Graham Milling Co. (Flour Mills). 
Graham Ice Co. 

Opera Houses. 
MONTWHTTE THEATER— W. E. White. 
"THE MEXICAN"— R. L. Holmes, Mana- 
ger. (Moving Pictures). 

Pool and Billard Rooms. 
Moon, J. ID. 

Grain and Feed Dealers. 
Hughes & Coble (Wholesale.) 
Alamance Supply Co. (Wholesale.) 

Tin Shops. 
Bussell, C. F. 

Merchant Tailors 
Dixon, P. S. 



HAW RIVER. 

Not incorporated. 

Population, 1910: White, 1,500; colored, 50; 
total. 1,550. 

Value real estate, $600,000; value personal 
property. $225,000. 

POSTMASTER— W. P. Williamson. 

DEPUTY SHEBIFF— Geo. A. Blackman. 

B. B. AGENT— S. A. Vest, Southern. 

EXPRESS AGENT— S. A. Vest, Southern. 

MANAGEB TELEGBAPH— C. B. Faucett, 
W. U. 

Ministers and Churches. 

METHODIST PROTESTANT— Q. B. Wil- 
liams. Pastor. 

MKTHODIST EPISCOPAL— T. M. Grant, 
Pastor. 

BAPTIST— G. H. Dorsett, Pastor. 

CHRISTIAN— J. F. Morgan, Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 

AYCOCK GRADED— M. E. Terrell, Prin- 
cipal. 

Doctors. 

Wilkins, J. C. 

Sterrett, J. R. 

Banks and Bankers. 

BANK OF HAW RIVER— S. A. Vest, Pres. ; 
J. W. Johnston, V-Pres. ; J. A. Long, Cash. 
Druggists. 

McClarty, Eugene. 

General Merchants. 

Johnston-Thompson Store Co. 

Johnston, J. W. & C. D. 

Simmons. J. W. 

Aldredge. J. B. & J. A. 

Anderson & Simpson. 

May, E. F. 

Myrick, W. M. 

Haw Biver Grocery Co. 



Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Blackman, J. H. 
McClure, Mrs. L. 

Livery Stables. 
MePherson Bros. 
Crutchfleld. W. .7. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
The Holt Granite Mrs. Co. 
Regina Hosiery' Mfg. Co. 
Foundry and Machine Works. 
Thompson, J., & Son. 

Restaurants. 
The "Cove," Cook. W. M.. Proprietor. 

Brick Manufacturers. 
Trolinger & Montgomery. 



BURLINGTON. 

Population, 1914: 6,500. 

TAX BATE: $1.50 on the $100. 

Floating debt, $2,000. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOE— J. Ed. Moore. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— J. L. Patillo. 

CLEBK— J. P. Montgomery. 

TAX COLLECTOR— D. II. White. 

ATTORNEY— J. H. Vernon. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— L. A. Walker. 

POSTMASTER— O. F. Crowson. 

R. R. AGENT— E. W. Franklin. 

EXPRESS AGENT— J. M. Coble. 

TELEGRAPH MANAGERS— C. H. Durham. 
W. U. ; W. F. Ausley, Postal. 

Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— M. W. Buck, Pastor. 

CHRISTIAN— A. B. Kendall, Pastor. 

EPISCOPAL— J. B. Gibble, Rector. 

LI'THERAN— T. S. Brown. Pastor. 

METHODIST— D. H. Tuttle, Pastor; F. B. 
Nobbitt. Burlington Circuit. 

PRESBYTERIAN— D. Mclver, Pastor. 

METHODIST PROTESTANT— G. H. Currie, 
Pastor. 

ELMIBA PBESBYTEBIAN— J. E. Lebby, 
Pastor. 

REFORMED— D. C. Cox. 

Schools and Academies. 

GRADED— A. H. King. Supt. 

CAROLINA BUSINESS COLLEGE—. 
Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Piedmont Hotel. 

Ward Hotel. 

Newlin Hotel. 

Morrow House. 

Patterson House. 

Architects. 

Parks & Jeffreys. 

Davis, J. A. R. 

Nicholson, T. G. 

Mitchell, A. C. 

Banks and Bankers. 

ALAMANCE LOAN & TRUST CO.— J. M. 
Fix, Cash. 

FIBST NATIONAL— A. L. Dans, Cash. 
Building and Loan Associations. 

Alamance Home Building & Loan Association. 

Mutual Building & Loan. 

Brick Manufacturers. 

Midway Brick Co. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

Foster Shoe Co. 

Holt-Cates Shoe Co. 

Book Stores. 

Neese, C. F. 

Stewart, J. 

Butchers and Dealers In Cattle. 

Allen & Isley. 

Malone. — . 

Carriage Manufacturers and Dealers. 

Holt & May. 

Cardwell, N. S. 

Coble & Bradshaw. 

Commission Merchants. 

Sharpe, W. S. 

Merchants Supply Co. 

McLamb Co. 

Williamson's Incorporation. 



ALAMANCE COUNTY. 






Hosiery Mills. 


Florists. 






Sellars Hosiery Mills. 


Freeman Drug Co. 






Southern Hosiery Mills. 


Burlington Drug Store. 






May Hosiery Co. 
Burlington Dye Works. 


Fish and Oyster Dealers. 
Gross, L. B. 
Foust, Z. M. 
Freeland. J. H. 






Daisy Hosiery Mills. 






Thompson Hosiery Mills. 






Keystone Finishing Mills. 






Whitehead Hosiery Mills. 


Foundries and Iron Works. 






Murray Hosiery Mills. 


Sykes Bros. 






Coffin Factories. 


Troy Iron and Machine Co. 






Burlington Coffin Co. 


Furniture Dealers. 






Pettigrew & King. 


Smith, M. B. 






Confectionery Dealers. 
Tisdale, J. M. 
Holt Bros. 


Isley. J. A., & Bro., Co. 
Burtner Furniture Co. 

Garages. 
Alamance Garage. 






Contractors and Builders. 


Burlington Motor Co. 






Mitchell, A. C. 


Burlington Motor Car Co. 






Davis, J. A. R. 


Grocers. 






Nicholson, T. G. 


Tisdale, J. M. 






Coal and Wood Dealers. 


Swaim, W. <). 






Trollinger, H. W. 


Hawkins, F. W. 






Cates, J. W. 


Walton, J. C. 






Hall, R. J. 


Isley, J. A., & Bro., Co. 






Chamber of Commerce. 
E. F. Williams, Sec. 


Love, H. M., & Son. 
Durham, C. H., Grocery Co. 
Holt Bros. 






Civic League. 


Moore, D. M. 






Mrs. J. B. Gibble, Pres. 


Florence & Walker. 






Choral Union. 


Pettigrew & King. 






G. Scott Hunter, Director. 


Horner, C. M. 






Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 


Hardware Dealers. 






Jones, J. B., Co. 


Holt & May. 






Sellars, B. A., & Sons. 


Burlington Hardware Co. 






Goodnian, B. 


Coble & Bradshaw. 






Mazur, I. J. 


Cardwell, N. S. 






Isley, J. A. 


Isley, J. A., & Bro., Co. 






Dentists. 


Insurance Agents. 






Frost, J. S. 


Alamance Insurance & Real Estate Co. 






Morrow, R. M. 


Central Loan & Trust Co. 






Brooks, J. H. 


Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. 






Holt, J. E. 


Piedmont Trust Co. 






Tobacco Dealers. 


Life Ins. Co. of Virginia. 






Pettigrew & King. 


Standard Realty & Security C". 






Moore, D. M. 


Jewelers. 






Love, H. M., & Son. 


Neese, C. F. 






Tisdale, J. M. 


Stewart, J. 






Druggists. 


Laundries. 






City Drug Co. 


Sing Lee, (Chinese.) 






Burlington Drug Co. 


Five and Ten Cent Stores. 






Enterprise Drug Co. 


Cartee, C. H., & Co. 






Freeman Drug Co. 


Buchanan, J. C. 






Bradley, A. 


Box Factories. 






Holt Bros. 


Keystone Paper Box Co. 






Isley, J. H., Co. 


Piedmont Box & Lumber Co. 






Doctors. 


Lawyers. 


• 




Walker, W. E. 


Hoffman, J. R. 






Walker, L. A. 


Carroll, W. H. 






Faucette. T. S. 


Vernon, J. H. 






Freeman, R. A. 


Fonville. D. R. 






Page, J. W. 


Damerson, E. S. W. 






Moser, W. D. 


Coulter, W. s. 






Anderson, C. A. 


Douglas, W. C. 






Montgomery, H. M. 


Lumber Dealers. 






Moore. H. R. 


Anthony, G. W., Co. 






Stafford, W. G. 


Lindsey, M. R. 






McPherson. C. W. 


Marble WorRs. 






Rohannon, T. A. 


Clapp, J. H. 






Troxler, R. M. 


Machinery Dealers. 






Dry Goods and Notions. 


Holt & May. 






Sellars, B. A., & Son. 


Coble-Rradshaw Co. 






Roland, E. L. 


Troy Iron & Machine Co. 






Whitted, J. D. & L. B. 


Manufacturing Plants. 






Mazur, I. J. 


Burlngton Coffin Co. 






Isley, J. A., & Bro. 


Anthony, Geo. W., Lumber Co. 






Goodman, B. 


Carolina Bridge Co. 






Corner Store. 


Pearson Remedy Co. 






Electric Companies. 


Keystone Finishing Co. 






Burlington Electric Co. 


Burlington Show Case Co. 






Piedmont Electric Co. 


Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works. 






Acme Electric Co. 


Paint and Oil Dealers. 






Fertilizer Dealers. 


Holt & May. 






Dailey, W. F. 


Coble-Bradshaw Co. 






Trollinger, H. W. 


Burlington Hardware Co. 






Cardwell, N. S. 


Isley, J. A., & Bro.. i 


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ALAMAXCK COUNTY 



Painters. 
Benson, K. \V. 
Ireland, J. A. 

Ish-v. ,1. II. 

Winfrey, V. G. 
Thomas, G. H. 
Mebane, \v. J. 

Produce Dealers. 

Merchants Supply Co. 
M.Lamb Co. 

Williamson's Incorporation. 
Plumbers. 
Burlington Hardware Co. 
Thompson, S. & Son 

Piano and Organ Dealers. 
Ellis, C. B. 
Smith, M. B. 

Photographers. 
Sellars, C. V. 
Anglin, J. M. 

Printing Offices. 
Pate Printing Co. 
State Dispatch Co. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
BURLINGTON NEWS (Weekly)— O. F. 
Crowson, Editor. 

STATE DISPATCH (Weekly)— J. Zeb Wal- 
ler 

Real Estate Dealers. 
Alamance Insurance & Real Estate Co. 
Central Loan & Trust Co. 
Standard Realty & Security Co. 
Piedmont Trust Co. 

Real Estate Agents. 
Crowson, O. F. 
Cook, J. M. 
Sharpe, W. E. 
Brown, W. W. 
Hoffman, J. R. 
Fonville, C. C. 
Murray, J. W. 
Cox, C. B. 

Shingle Dealers. 
Cates, J. W. 
Lindsay, M. B. 
Anthony, G. W. 

Undertakers f.nd Embalmers. 
Burks & Williams. 
Gates Undertaking Co. 

Street Car Company. 
Piedmont Electric & Railway Co. 

Veterinary Surgeons. 
Spoon, J. P. 
Hornaday, W. A. 
Shoffner, J. M. 

Tailors. 
Parrell, J. Ben. 
Goldstein, H. 

Wall Paper Dealers. 
Sellars, C. V. 

Tobacco Warehouses. 
Morgan, E. L. 
Thornburg & Guthrie. 
Kernodle & Walker. 



MEBANE. 

Incorporated in 1902. 

Population 1913: 1,400. 

Value real estate, about $500,000; value per- 
sonal property, about $400,000. 

TAX RATE: 50c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— W. S. Crawford. 

POSTMASTER— J. T. Dick. 

CHIEF OF POLICE — W. C. Clark. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE— J. T. Shaw. 

R. R. AGENT — E. Y. Ferrell, Southern. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— E. Y. Ferrelll 

EXPRESS AGENT — 10. Y. Ferrell, Southern. 
Ministers and Churches. 

PRESBYTERIAN — F. M. Hawley, Pastor. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL— E. C. Durham, 
Pastor. _ 

METHODIST PROTESTANT— W. Swain, D. 
D., Pastor. 

BAPTIST — M. E. Dorsett, Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 

GRADED— Fred Deese, Supt. 



BINGHAM SCHOOL. (Outside corporate 
limit s ) Preston Lewis Gray, Pres. 
Banks and Bankers. 

MERCHANTS AND FARMERS— W. A. Mur- 
ray. Pies. ; S. G. Morgan, Cash. 

MEBANE BANK & TRUST CO— J. A. Long, 
Pres.; F. F. Smith, Cash. 
Doctors. 

York, N. D. 

Tate, W. N. 

Thompson, J. M. 

Baynes, Dr. R. H. 

Druggists. 

White, F. L. 

Mebane Drug Co. 

Mecca Drug Co. 

General Merchants. 

Wilkinson, H. E., Co. 

Tyson-Malone Hardware Co. 

Mebane, A. H. 

Johnston, L. T. 

Holt, George E. 

Fowler, J. H., & Son. 

Hunt, W. T., Bros. & Co. 

Rimmer, J. M. 

Nelson-Ray Co. 

Smith, C. C 

Hunt, J. D., & Co. 

Mebane Supply Co. 

R. W. Bright. 

Smith and Miles. 

Long, A. P. 

Jewelers. 

Shaw, J. T. 

Undertakers. 

Mebane Undertaking Co. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

White House. 
Mebane House. 
Johnston House. 
Portfleld, J. H. 

Cafes. 
Satterfield & Sons. 
Job Bros. 

Livery and Sales Stables. 
Dillard Livery Co. 
Vincent, Warren & Co. 

Building and Loan Associations. 

Mebane Home Builders Association. 

Real Estate Agents. 
Mebane Land and Improvement Co. 
Mebane Real Estate and Trust Co. 

Dentists. 
Hurdle, J. H. 

Insurance Agents. 
Morgan, S. G. 
White, J. S. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
MEBANE LEADER (Weekly)— Fred Deese. 
Editor. 

Tobacco Warehouses. 
Piedmont. 
Planters. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
White Furniture Co. 
Continental Chair Co. 
Mebane Bedding Co. 
Durham Hosiery Mills. 
Nelson-Cooper Lumber Co. 
Tri-co-bian Co. 
Mebane Iron Bed Co. 
Hunt, J. D. (Cedar Lumber.) 
Trollinger & Montgomery Co. (Brick). 

Tobacco Buyers. 
Ferguson, W. M. 
Bowland, J. E. 
Malone, W. Y. 
Graves, F. W. 
Warren, J. N. 
Sharpe, Sam. 
Miles, W. M. 
Miles, M. B. 
Carter, J. 



ALAMANCE— ALEXANDER. 



Butchers & Dealers in Cattle. 
Smith, Walter, & Co. 
Smith & Miles. 
Job Bros. 

Painters. 
Cheek, Tom, Jr. 
Rice, Joe, & Bro. 

Plumbers. 
Cook, A. M. 
Wyatt, George. 

Lawyers. 
Carter, T. A. 

Flour, Corn &. Feed Mills. 
Vincent, R. W. 
Cook Bros. 

Wood & Coal Dealers. 
Miles-Nicholson Lumber Co. 

Power &. Light Cos. 
Piedmont Electric Co. 

Garages. 
Mebane Motor Co. 

Ciubs. 
Young Men's Business Association. 
Civic League. 

Millinery Shops. 
Clegg, Marguarett. 

Fertilizer Dealers. 
Miles, M. B., & Co. 
Sharpe, Sam, & Dailey. 

Contractors and Builders. 
Miles-Nicholson & Co. 
Patton, Woods. 
Apple, John 

Barber Shops. 
Terrell, J. F. 
Hunter, James, (Col). 

Furniture Dealers. 
Home Furniture Co. 
Southern Furniture Co. 

Blacksmith and Repair Shops. 
Pettigrew, T. B. 
Pettigrew, J. J. 
Isley, A. A. 
Tate, R. W. 

Moving Picture Shows. 
Moxie Moving Picture Show. 

Shoe Shops. 
Shanklin, Joe. 
Shanklin, John. 

Dressmakers. 
Walker, Lenora. 
Chander, Mrs. L. S. 
Norwood, Mrs. Ford. 

Pressing Clubs. 
Whitted, S. H. 
Ferrell, F. L. 



ELON COLLEGE. 

Incorporated in 1S93. 

Population, 1913: White, 350; colored, 5; 
total, 355. 

Value real estate and personal property, 
$175,000. 

Tax rate, 25c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— T. C. Arnick. 
POSTMASTER— H. D. Lambeth. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— W. T. Noah. 
R. R. AGENT— J. E. Smith. 
MANAGER TELEPHONE— L. I. Cox, 
Gibsonville Telephone Co. 

Ministers and Churches. 
CHRISTIAN— J. O. Atkinson, J. W. WellonB. 



Colleges. 
ELON — Faculty: 

William Allen Harper, Pres. ; Professor of 
Latin. 

John Urquahart Newman, Bean and Professor 
of Greek and Biblical Literature. 

Walton Crump Wicker, Professor of Mathe- 
matics and Philosophy. 

Walter Phalti Lawrence, Dean of Men and 
Professor of English Language and Literature. 

Ned Faucett Brannock, Professor of Physics 
and Chemistry. 

Thomas C. Amick, History and Mathe- 
matics. 

A. T. West, Instructor in Latin and Eng- 
lish. 

A. L. Hook, Instructor in Science. 
I. J. Kellum, Instructor in Mathematics. 
Robert Sydens Doak, Instructor in Prepara- 
tory Department and Athletic Director. 

Florence Wilson, Director of Vocal and In- 
strumental Music and Harmony. 

Lois Baird Davidson, Assistant in Piano. 
Linda Barnes, Assistant in Piano and Voice. 
Eula Long, Art. 

Bessie Urguhart, Elocution and Physical 
Culture. 

Pearl Fogleman, Director Domestic Si 
and Instructor in English. 

Frank S. Child, D. D., Lecturer on Litera- 
ture and History- 

E. B. Page, C. C. Johnson, Gymnastic Di- 
rectors. 

V. P. Heatwole, Director of College Band. 
Frankie McNeill, Librarian. 
Mrs. Sallie Holland, Preceptress, West Dor- 
mitory. 

Prof. Harper, Supervisor, West and East 
Dormitories. 
Mrs. Sadie Jones, Stewardess, Girls' Hall. 
Mrs. Laura Lee, Stewardess, Young Men's 
Hall. 

Schools and Academies. 
PUBLIC — R. A. Truit, I'rin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
ELON BANKING AND TRUST CO.— W. P. 
Lawrence, Pres. ; W. L. Smith, Cash. 
Doctors. 
Watson. G. S. 
Ware, S. A. 

General Merchants. 
Beal, A. & Sons. 
Hughes, C. A. 
Lambeth, J. J. 
Gerringer, J. B., & Co. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Clendenin. Mrs. J. E. 
Michael, W. C. 

Livery Stables. 
Gerringer, J. B. 
Brown, D. W. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
THE CHRISTIAN SUN (Weekly)— J. O. At- 
kinson, Editor. 

Printing Offices. 
Southern Christian Publishing Co. 
Manufacturing Plants. 
Elon Milling Co. (Flour and Lumber). 

Contractors. 
McAdams, J. C. 

Barbers. 
Vaughan, L. W. 

Orphanages. 
CHRISTIAN— J. O. Cox, Supt. 



ALEXANDER COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, TAYLORSVILLE. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), 11.592. ,,,«,„„ 

Formed in 1847. Named in honor of Alexander family, noted in Revolutionary history. 
AREA— 300 square miles. 
Value of real estate, $1,368,715; value of per sonal property, $10<1 



88 



ALEXANDEH COUNTY. 



Propertj listed in 1914. by whites, $2,510,913; by negroes, $32,912. 

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS— For whiles, 05; for negroes, 5. 

TAX KATE County purposes, 200. on tile $100. 

Couatj bonded debt, $6,250. 

PUBLIC ROADS— Number of miles. 360. Worked under old State law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Railway Co., 9.16 miles, assessed value $33 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Iredell Telephone Co., assessed value 

South Yadkin Telephone Co., assessed value 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— February 15, September 20. 



8,340.10 
1,421.00 

258.65 
9,778.00 
3,315.00 

Mill. on 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— A. M. Matheson, Tay- 
lorsville. 

SHERIFF— R. A. Adams, Taylorsville. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— W. A. Barnett, 
Taylorsville. 

TREASURER— A. A. Deal, Taylorsville, Rfa. 

CORONER— Ed. Stafford, Dealville. 

SURVEYOR— R. V. Sharp, Hiddenite. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— S. T. Crowson, Tay- 
lorsville. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— A. F. Sbarpe, Stony 
Point. 

SUPT. OF HOME— D. A. Little, Jr., Tay- 
lorsville, Rfd. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— Mack Chatham, 
Taylorsville, Rfd.; R. L. Downs, V. W. Teague, 
Taylorsville, Rfd. 

COMMISSIONERS— J. T. Hedrick (chm'n) 
Stony Point, R. F. D. ; Frank Hines, Stony 
Point; W. V. Watts, Taylorsville, R. F. D. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— S. P. Williams 
(chm'n) Hiddenite; T. O. Teague, Taylors- 
ville, Rfd. : A. H. Matheson, Taylorsville. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

MILLERS TOWNSHIP— Linly Dagenbort, 
Stony Point, Rfd. 

SHARPES— P. F. Somers, Stony Point; M. 
L. Lentz, Stony Point: H. N. Sharp, Hidden- 
ite, Rfd. ; M. R. Prichard, Hiddenite. 

GWALTNEYS— R. F. Sharpe, Jr., J. P. 
Brewer, Hiddenite, R. F. D. 

ELLENDALE — J. A. Cline, Dealville; W. 
S. McLeod, Taylorsville, Efd. 

WHITTENBURGE— P. L. Bumgarner, J. S. 
Bowman, M. A. Duncan, Taylorsville, Rfd. 

TAYLORSVILLE— J. M. Mathewson, H. C. 
Payne, W. F. Patterson, Taylorsville; G. W. 
Thompson. Taylorsville, Rfd.; R. F. Cobb, 
Taylorsville. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Bumgarner. W. J., Taylorsville, Rfd. 

Bumgarner, G. Z., Taylorsville. Rfd. 

Bumgarner, Ernest, Taylorsville, Rfd. 

Gwaltney, Jay, Taylorsville, Rfd. 

Pool, D. A., Hiddenite, Rfd. 

Gwaltney, Parks, Stony Point. 

Watts, J. W., Liledoun. 

Shaver, J. M., Dealville. 

Davis, R. L. , Hiddenite. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

King, Ed. S., Mt. Pisgah. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Dealville Mercantile Co., Dealville. 

Lackey. R. C. & Son, Hiddenite. 

Bowman, G. P., Taylorsville, Rfd. 

Alspaugh Cotton Mills, Taylorsville, Rfd. 
- Watts, J. W.. Liledoun. 

Smith, Jackson, Hiddenite. Rfd. 

Bibber, John. Taylorsville, Rfd. 

Starnes, R. W., Mt. Bethel. 

Childers, J. M.. Taylorsville. Rfd. 

Martin, J. M., Taylorsville, Rfd. 

McLain, W. F.. Hiddenite, Rfd. 

Purnell, Jay A., Taylorsville, Rfd. 
COTTON GINS. 

Watts Manufacturing Co., Liledoun. 

Alspaugh Cotton Mills. Taylorsville, Rfd. 

Miller. J. M.. Stony Point. 

Hedreck, J. T., Stony Point, Rfd. 



Smith, Jackson, Hiddenite, Rfd. 
Taylorsville Cotton Gin, Taylorsville. 
Ilermon Bros., Taylorsville. R. F. D. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Taylorsville Milling Co, Taylorsville. 
Thomas, J. C, Hiddenite. 
Davis & Matheson, Hiddenite. 
Alspaugh Flour Mills, Taylorsville, Rfd. 
Watts. John M., & Co., Taylorsville, Rfd. 
Crouch, James J., Taylorsville, Rfd. 

SAW MILLS. 
Sipe Bros., Liledoun. 
Thomas, J. C. , Hiddenite. 
Thomas. R. P.. Hiddenite, Rfd. 
Medlock & Sipe, Taylorsville, Rfd. 
Fox, J. J., Alkalithia. 
Barnes, I. A., Taylorsville. 
Bunton, B. L, Hiddenite, Rfd. 
Bowman. Jason. Taylorsville. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Teague, L. W., Dealville. 
Teague, R. L, Bentley. 
Gwaltney. Florence. Taylorsville. 
Echerd, John B., Taylorsville. 
Johnson. Peter E-, Taylorsville. 
Pharr. J. W.. Taylorsville. 
Austin, R. S.. Taylorsville. 
Gwaltney, S. D., Taylorsville. 
Reese, C. P., Taylorsville. 
Cline. R. C, Taylorsville. 
Shaver, C. D., Taylorsville. 
Cline, Arthur, Dealville. 
Harrington, E. F., Taylorsville. 
Chatham, J. G., Taylorsvin*.. 
Harrington, W. L. Taylorsivlle. 
Bumgarner, E. V. Taylorsville. 
Teague, C. Y., Taylorsville. 
Chatham, R. W., Taylorsville. 
Bumgarner, Lydia, Taylorsville. 
Teague, Vance W., Dealville. 
Gwaltney, Emma Lee. Hiddenite. 
Barnes, R. S., Taylorsville. 
Bowman, W. O. , Taylorsville. 
Cline, J. A., Taylorsville. 
Bolick, Esther, Tailorsville. 
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. 
Pool, Don, Taylorsville. 
Hendron, Chas. , Taylorsville. 
Martin, Ella, Stony Point. 
Bumgarner, G. W. , Taylorsville. 
Burke, Hattie Stony Point. 
Fox, Ollie, Liledoun. 
Johnson, Osie, Taylorsville, 
Hendren, Lula, Taylorsville. 
Teague. L. W., Dealville. 
Hendren, Roy, Taylorsville. 
Bowman, Luther. Taylorsville. 
Shaver, E. A., Taylorsville. 
Bolick, Leo E., Taylorsville. 
Lowrance, Willie, Taylorsville, Rfd. 
Gwaltney. Ella Grey, Taylorsville, Rfd. 
Dagenhart, N. B., Stony Point. 
McAlpine, Augustus, Stony Point. 
Alexander, J. J., Stony Point. 
A in ■rnatliy, Susie, Hiddenite. 
Lackey, Elsie, Hiddenite. 



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Linney, J. T., Hiddenite, R. 1. 
Linney, Garnetles, Hiddenite, Rfd. 
Gryder, W. W., Hiddenite, Rfd. 
Deal, John, Hiddenite, Rfd. 
McLain, Jeff. Hiddenite, Rfd. 
Linney, W. E., Hiddenite, Rfd. 
Elder, Jettie, Taylorsville, Rfd. 
Burke, Maud, Taylorsville, Rfd. 
Teague, Julia, Taylorsville. 
Deal, H. S. , Pores Knob. 
Watts. Wilson, Taylorsville, Rfd. 
Russell, Parks, Taylorsville, Rfd. 
McBride, Clara, Taylorsville, Rfd. 
Kerley, Pearle, Taylorsville, R. F. D. 
McLeod, Richard, Taylorsville, Rfd. 
Downs, R. L., Taylorsville, Rfd. 
Austin, B. P., Taylorsville, Rfd. 
Morety, R. L., Taylorsville, Rfd. 
Price, E. T. Taylorsville. 
J. T. Moore, Taylorsville. 
Hendren, Mabel, Taylorsville. 
Grier, Winnie, Taylorsville. 
Albright, Nellie, Taylorsville. 
Lippard, Mary, Taylorsville. 
Tuttle, L. B., Taylorsville, R. F. D. 



TAYLORSVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1853. 

Population, 1910: White, 626; colored, 40; 
Total 666. 

TAX RATE: 75c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— J. P. Echerd. 
POSTMASTER— J. L. Gwaltney. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— J. D. Smith. 
R. R. AGENT— H. D. Lindsey Southern. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— H. D. Lindsey, 
W. U. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— Parks Gwaltney, Pastor. 
PRESBYTERIAN— L. L. Moore, Pastor. 
METHODIST— R. E. Hunt. Pastor. 
A. R. P.— S. W- Haddin, Pastor, States- 
ville. 
LUTHERAN— M. E. Kueocle, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
STATE HIGH— J. T. Moore. Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF ALEXANDER— H. T. Kelly, 
Cash. 

Doctors. 
Edwards, A. M. 
Crowaon, S. T. 
Thurston, Asa. 

Lawyers. 
Burke, J. H. 
Gwaltney, J. L. 
Payne, A. C. 
Beckham, Augustus. 

Druggists. 
Maekesson & Monday. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
MOUNTAIN SCOUT (Weekly)— J. P. Bab- 
ington. Editor. 

General Merchants. 
Bee Hive. 
The Watts Co. 
Barnes J. B. 
Alexander Hardware Co. 
Wike, J. C. 
Earp Bros. 
Adams Furniture Co. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Campbell House. 
Ingram House. 
Campbell, H. T. 

Livery Stables. 
Ingram, L. S. 
Echerd & Ingram. 

Manufacturing Plants 
Taylorsville, Cotton Mill. 
Taylorsville Milling Co. 
Connelly & Teague (Veneer Mill.) 
Barnes, I. A. 
Alexander Lumber Co. 
Correll, D. W. 



Cline, Jonas (Grain Cradle). 

Alspaugh Cotton Mills, Rfd. 

Watts Manufacturing Co., (Lilodoun P. O. 

Fertilizer Dealers. 
Echerd, W. J. 
Harrington, J. G. 
Carson, W. R. 

Feed and Produce Stores. 
Campbell, J. D. 

Building and Loan Associations. 
Taylorsvlle B. & L. Association. 

Butchers. 
Little, J. D. 
Sharpe Bros. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Adams, R. A. 
Wike, J. C. 



HIDDENITE. 

Incorporated in 1913. 

Population. 1912: 250. 

TAX RATE: 30c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— D. T. Campbell. 
POSTMISTRESS— Bonnie Williams. 
R. R. AGENT— J. H. Kethey, Southern. 

Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST— H. E. Hunt, Pastor. 
BAPTIST— Parks Gwaltney, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
HIGH— J. J. Hendren, Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF HIDDENITE— E. E. Lackey, 
Pres. ; W. E. Bogle, Cash. 
Doctors. 
Leeper, D. H. 

Druggists. 
Hiddenite Drug Co. 

General Merchandise. 
Adams, J. A. 
Beckham, W. C. 
Lackey, E. E. 
Campbell, D. T. 
Hiddenite Hardware Co. 
Mayberry, T. D. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Davis Springs. 
Hines, Jefferson. 

Livery Stables. 
Hadlock, John & Son. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Thomas & Bogle Lumber Co. 
Hiddenite Milling Co. 

Lawyers. 
Bogle, W. E. 



STONY POINT. 

Not Incorporated. 

Population: 400. 

POSTMASTER— I. W. Somers. 

R. R. AGENT— J. W. Sims. Southern. 

Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST— T. E. Wagg. Pastor. 
BAPTIST— Parks Gwaltney. Pastor. 
PRESBYTERIAN— L. L. Moore, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
STATE HIGH— J. L. Teague, Prin. 

Doctors. 
Crouch, T. D. 

General Merchandise. 
Watt-White Co. 
Hager, J. W. 
Somers & Moore. 
Miller. J. M., Hardware Co. 
Patterson Bros. 
Lippard, Floyd. 

Cotton Gins. 
Miller, J. M. 
Wails & Steel. 
Harris, H. M., & Co. 

Druggists. 
Stony Point Drug Co. 

Livery Stables. 
Moore, Clarence. 



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Building and Loan Association. 
stony Point I'.. & l.. 

Boarding Houses. 
Hunter, T. J. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Watts & Steel Lumber Co. 



Harris, H. M., Lumber Co. 

Stony Point Manufacturing Co. (Cotton 
Mills). 

Banks and Bankers. 

BANK OP STONY POINT— A. L. Watts, 
Pres. ; A. W. White, Cash. 



ALLEGHANY COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, SPARTA. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910). 7.715. 

Formed in 1S59. Name derived from mountains in which it is located. 

AREA — 300 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $660,210: value of personal property, $69S,701. 

Property listed in 1914. by whites, $1,343,818; by negroes, $15,093. 

XTVPER OF SCHOOLS — For .vhites, 39; for negroes, 3 

TAX RATE — County purposes, 19c. on the $100; special, 30c. 

PUBLIC ROADS— Number of miles, 230. Worked under old State law. 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— May 3, September 27. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— S. F. Thompson, Sparta. 
SHERIFF— A. F. Reeves, Anna. 
REGISTER OF DEEDS— L. C. McMillan. 

TREASURER— A. F. Reeves, Anna. 

CORONER — W. H. Coomes, Edmonds. 

SURVEYOR— Colonel Fender, Whitehead. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— B. O. Choate, Sparta. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— Jno. M. Cheek, 
Whitehead. 

SUPT. OF HOME— Emmit Wilson, Sparta. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— F. J. Weaver, 
(chm'n), Piney Creek; Eugene Transon, 
Stratford; J. L. .Toines, Edwards Cross Roads. 

COMMISSIONERS— J. A. McMillan (chm'n). 
Mouth of Wilson, Va. ; J. L. Joines, Edwards 
Cross Roads; N. C. Shepherd, Seottville. 

BOARD OF ELECTION'S— C. W. Higgins. 
(chm'n), Hiram Edwards, Sparta; E. L. Wil- 
liams, Sparta. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP— Math. Pruitt, J. 
M. Blevins, J. J. Miller, D. S. Wyatt, Jno. A. 
Long, Laurel Springs. 

CHERRY LANE— Robt. H. Bauguess, J. J. 
Atwood, Cherry Lane; G. W. Miles. Miles: C. 
W. Smith, Laurel Branch; A. J. Bryan, Glade 
Valley. 

GAP CIVIL— H. M. Grouse, D. C. Reeves, 
J. C. Roupe, C. W. Edwards, Sparta; E. C. 
Anders, Walls; J. P. Anders, Glade Creek; R. 
V. Anders, Anna. 

GLADE CREEK— T. J. Carico, T. R. Frank- 
lin, Hall; A. O. Carico, Edmunds. 

PRATHKRS CREEK— H. D. Estep, W. E. 
Sturgill, W. G. Sheppard, Stratford: W. F. 
Jones, W. H. Weaver, Peden; N. C. Shepherd, 
Scottsville. 

PIXEY CREEK— W. F. Parsons, F. J. 
Weaver, Piney Creek, P. O. 

WHITEHEAD— T. A. Edwards, R. A. 
Wagoner, Wiley Combs, Whitehead. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST— M. B. Martin, Bled- 
soe; S. U. Atwood, John Sanders, Stratford; 
Joshua Crouse, Glade Creek; John Williams, 
Nile; Isom Fender, Whitehead; H. C. Nichols, 
Vox. 

PRESBYTERIAN— W. F. Hollingsworth, 
Glade Valley. 

UNION BAPTIST— A. McKnight, Cherry 
Lane; G. W. Miles, Wm. Miles. Miles P. O. : 
Floyd Hoppers, John Hoppers, Whitehead; W. 
A. J. Fowlks, Scottsville. 

MISSIONARY BAPTIST— Geo. Reeves, La- 
mar; Lindolph Hoppers, Whitehead. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES 
' PINEY CREEK ACADEMY— J. B. Hash, 
Principal, Piney Creek. 

SCOTTSVILLE ACADEMY— Thos. J. Weaver, 
Principal, Scottsville. 



LAUREL SPRINGS— R. A. Ford, Princi- 
pal. Stratford. 

WHITEHEAD ACADEMY— E. F. Hoppers, 
Principal. Whitehead. 

SPARTA HIGH SCHOOL— S. C. Hart, 
Principal, Sparta. 

GLADE VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL— Dr. W. 
F. Hollingsworth, Principal, Cherry Lane. 

TURKEY KNOB ACADEMY— R. W. Homes, 

BELLVIEW— R. G. Taylor, Prim, Furches. 

ELK CREEK— J. L. Critcher, Principal, 
Stratford. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Reeves, B. E., Lamar. 

Waddell, B. C, Scotsville. 

Smith, Talmage, Anna. 

Comes, W. H., Edmonds. 

Moxley, Joseph. Eunice. 

York, Charlie, Piney Creek. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Todd Bros. , Hooker. 

Weaver, W. C, Piney Creek. 

Warden, Felix, Piney Creek. 

Dickson, C. M., Laurel Springs. 

Gentry. W. R., Edwards X Roads. 

Woodruff, A. A. Nile. 

Fields, J. C, Amelia. 

Caudill, J. F., Air Bellows. 

Evans. J. T., Piney Creek. 

Wright, C. H., Saddle. 

Maines, John & Son, Nile. 

Gentry, R- H. & Son, Cherry Lane. 

Saunders & Co., Stratford. 

Sheppard, W. G., Stratford. 

Osborn, J. A., Walls. 

McKnight, C. S., Cherry Lane. 

Hendricks. R. L., Hare 

Jul. Ian . E. W., & Co., Walls. 

McBrlde, J. L., & Co., Glade Valley. 

FLOUR CORN AND FEED MILLS. ' 

Sparta Roller Mill, Sparta. 

Bull Head Burr Mills, Walls. 

Higgins, P. C, Eunice P. O. 
SAW MILLS. 

Joines, J. L., Edwards Cross Roads. 

Richardson & Boyer, Sparta. 

Richardson, Robert, Anna. 

DENTISTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Reeves, C. A., Laurel Springs. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Irwin, John, Stratford. 

Waddell, Myrtle, Scottsville. 

Collins, Dora, Mouth of Wilson, Rfd., Va. 

Joines, Minnie, Stratford. 

Wilson, Cabell, Nile. 

Reynolds, Pearl Stratford. 

Sanders, Carrie, Stratford. 

Evans, Stella, Piney Creek. 

Foard, R. A., Mouth of Wilson, Va. 

Pugh, R. L.. Laurel Springs. 

Joines, R. M., Stratford. 

Brown, Hattie, Sparta. 



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Franklin, T. R., Hare. 

Andrews, J. M., Glade Creek. 

Jones, D. P. Furches. 

Miller, J. E., Piney Creek. 

Black, Nannie, Mouth of Wilson, Va. 

Covington, Hattle, Glade Valey. 

Edwards, Nelia, Brooks. 

Cheek, Maude, Whitehead. 

Waddell, Nellie, Laurel Springs. 

McBride, J. M., Walls. 

Brown Hattie, Sparta. 

Fields, Pearl Amelia. 

Reeves, Jennie, Anna. 

Joines, A. O., Stratford. 

Cheek Leonia, Whitehead. 

Hampton, Bettie, Anna. 

Woodruff, Pearl. Cherry Lane. 

Nash, Lula, Piney Creek. 

Richardshon, Hattie, Hooker. 

Smith,. O. V., Laurel Springs. 

Miller, Cora, Laurel Springs. 

Miller, Anna, Laurel Springs. 

Fender, G. L., Hare. 

Fender, L. W. Glade Creek. 

Andrews, Kent, Glade Creek. 

Craft, W. R. Sparta. 

Black, Lee, Anna. 

Woodruff, Sadie, Nile. 

Carpenter, W. B., Glade Creek. 

Edwards, Nannie, Brooks. 

Evans, Glenn, Eunice. 

Evans, Carlie, Hare. 

McMillan, Eva. Eunice. 

Wagoner, Clara M., Vox. 

Gentry, Stella, Hooker. 

Collins, Dortha, Eunice. 

Black, Lena, Piney Creek. 

Irwin, Carl, Stratford. 

Wagoner, Agnes, Whitehead. 

Fields, Clyde, Amelia. 

Andrews, W. N. Cherry Lane. 

Miles, G. W. Miles. 

Gentry, C. C, Cherry Lane. 

Woganer, Anna, Whitehead. 

Andrews, P. D. Brooks. 

Cheek, Mana. Whitehead. 

Reynolds, Clyde, Stratford. 

Carson, Callin, Stratford. 

Parsons, Mary E. Piney Creek. 

Osborn, Mattie T., Piney Creek. 

McMillan, Florence, Piney Creek. 

Hash, J. B., Piney Creek. 



Roup, Mamie, Piney Creek. 

Smith, R. L., Peden. 

Moxley, Bettie, Sparta. 

Wofle, Lela, Cherry Lane. 

Carpenter, Mamie. Hare. 

Joines, Jettie, Edwards X Roads. 



SPARTA. 

Incorporated in 1881. 

Population, 1910: White, 475; colored, 30; 
total, 505. 

Value real estate, $100,000; value personal 
property, $92,000. 

POSTMASTER— J. H. Gentry. 

Ministers and Churchs. 
M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH— J. W. Hoyle, 
Sparta Circuit. 

BAPTIST— N. P. Hare, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
SPARTA HIGH SCHOOL— S. C. Hart. 
Principal 

Banks and Bankers. 
THE BANK OF SPARTA— R. A. Doughton, 
President; T. J. Carson, Jr., Cashier. 
Dentists. 
Cox, L. C. 

Doctors. 
Choate B. O. 
Left, Choate. 
Doughton, J. L. 

Lawyers. 
Doughton. R. A. 
Higgins, C. W. 
Wagoner, John M. 
Cheek, George. 
Fields, W. C. 

General Merchandise. 
Hackler, R. H., & Co. 
Reeves, D. C. 
Choate & Beeker. 
Edwards, R. C, & Co. 
The Cash Store. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Hotel Sparta. 
The Jones House. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
THE STAR (Weekly)— F. A. Wrench, Editor. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
The Richardson Wagon and Buggy Co. 
Burchett, R. T. 



ANSON COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, WADESBORO. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), 25.40".. 

Formed in 1766. Named in honor of Admiral Anson. 

AREA — 461 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $3,454,S60; value ofpersonal property, $2,010,431. 

Property listed in 1914, by whites, $4,932,731; by negroes $492,560. 

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS— For whites, 45; for negroes, 41. 

TAX RATE — County purposes, 28c. on the $100; roads, 25c; special 20c. 

PUBLIC ROADS — Number of miles graded, 45. Worked by convict labor. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 13.90 miles, assessed value $472 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 10 

Winston-Salem Southbound Railway, 17.18 miles, assessed value 3S5 

Wadesboro Telephone Company, assessed value 6 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 27.58 miles, assessed value 779 

Pullman Company, assessed value 5 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 4 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 14 

Norwood Electric and Water Co. , assessed value 1 

Wadesboro Sewerage Co. , asseessed value 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— January 11, March 1 (civil), April 12, June 7 (civil) 
tember 13, October 4 (civil), November 15 (civil). 



800.00 
646.00 
531.00 
(HHi.no 
312.00 
880.88 

667.90 

,500.00 
. Sep- 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 
CLERK OF COURT— W. K. Boggan, Wades- 
boro. 
SHERIFF — T. S. Clark. Wadesboro. 
REGISTER OF DEEDS— D. M. Johnson, 



Morven. 

TKICASURER— S. H. Gaddy. \V."i' -born. 
CORONER — Dr. R. B. Jones, \\ 
SURVEYOR — O. A. Lyman, Wadesboro. 
STJPT. OF SCHOOLS— Paul J. Kiker, Wades- 



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boro. 

STl'T. OF HOME— J. II. Burr. Wadesboro. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— U. U. Blaloek, 
Wadesboro; J. P. Ratcliffe, Wadesboro, R. 2; 
.). M. Griffin, Polkton. 

COMMISSIONERS— T. A. Home, Dr. J. E. 
Hart. Wadesboro, R. 1; J. M. Duulap, An- 
sonville. 

r.iiAKI) OF FLECTIONS— C. W. Thomas. 
W. P. Ledbetter, John Burr. 

RECORDER 1). \V. Smith, Polkton. 

SOLICITOR RECORDER'S COURT— F. L. 
Dunlap. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

WADESBORO township— j. a. Little, J. 
M. Wall, .1. II. Benton, Wadesboro; C. C. 
Moore, Wadesboro; C. B. Allen, Wadesboro, R. 

F. D. 

LILESVILLE— A. J. Allen, W. R. Hough, 
M. C. Maners, J. S. Boggan, Lilesville. 

MORVEN— A. J. Brooks, McFarlan; C. W. 
Rotcliffa, Morven; John W. Pratt, Morven, H. 

G. Huntley, Morgan. 

GULLEDGE— B. C. Jones, J. P. Radcliffe, 
J. T. Webb, Wadesboro, R. 1. 

WHITE STORE— E. E. McRae, J. W. 
Jones, J. T. Leonard, White Store. 

LANESBORO— S. K. Harris, Polkton; J. 
T. Boss, Polkton; Y. H. Allen, Peachlanda. 

BURNSVILLE— J. D. Hyatt, Polkton, R. 3. 
G. H. Parker, J. W. Thomas, Polkton, R. 3. 

ANSONVILLE— B. D. Nelms, S. M. Clarke. 
J. Frank Kelly, Ansonville. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

BAPTIST— W. H. Reddish, Pastor. 

PRESBYTERIAN— No Pastor. 

EPISCOPAL— S. M. Hanff, Pastor. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

DIAMOND HILL ACADEMY— G. H. Hinson, 
Prin., Polkton, R. 2. 

GUM SPRINGS— Mrs. Laura Efrid Harris, 
Lilesville. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Hart, J. E., Wadesboro. R. 2. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Griggs, Peter, Wadesboro, R. 2. 

Ross A. S., Polkton, R. 2. 

Battle & Battle, Pee Dee. 

Bonsai & Co.. Pee Dee. 

Hendley, A. E., Ansonville, R. I. 

Dunlap, T. C, Ansonville, R. 1. 

McRae, E. E., White Store, R. 1. 

Lowery, M. S., Wadesboro, R. 2. 
COTTON GINS. 

Home, J. D., Wadesboro. 

Allen, J. T, Wadesboro. 

Little, John R. Wadesboro, R. 3. 

Ross, J. F., Ansonville. 

Smith, W. A., Ansonville. 

Ledbetter, G. S., Wadseboro, R. 1. 

Diggs Bros., Moren, R. 1. 

Gulledge, Chewning & Co., Wadesboro, R. 2. 

Collins, A. L., Hornesboro, S. C. Rfd. 

Carpenter, S. B., Ansonville, R. 1. 

Dunlap, D. R., Ansonville, R. 1. 

Dunlap, T. B., Ansonville, R. 1. 

Hyatt, M. W., Ansonville, R. 1. 

Beverly, R. J., Wadesboro. 

Lampley, Robert, Wadesboro, R. 2. 

Little, W. L., Wadesboro, R. 2. 

Threadgill, B. F., Polkton, R. 2. 

Brasswell, C. H., Wadesboro, R. 2. 

Martin, J. T., Wadesboro, R. 1. 

Eflrd, J. E.. Polkton. 

Eflrd, J. E., Polkton, R. 2. 

Gulledge W. E., White Store. 

McSwain, J. E., Ansonville, R. 1. 

Tyson, Josiah, Wadesboro. 

Hill Ginning Co., Wadesboro. 

Griggs, Peter, Wadesboro. R. 2. 

Gulledge & Son, Wadesboro, R. 2. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Wadesboro. 

Ratliff. J. P., Wadesboro, R. 2. 

Robinson, C. P., Morven, R. 2. 

Dabbs. G. M., Polkton, R. 1. 

Lilesville Ginning Co., Lilesville. 



Clarke, J. A., Lilesville. 

Coxe. Thos C, Wadesboro. 

Trexler, J. F., Wadesboro, R. 2. 

Leggett, A. L., Polkton, R. 1. 

Hyatt, Thomas, Polkton, R. 2. 

Home. T. A., Lilesville. 

Hoylin, Mrs. J. G.. Wadesboro. 

Coxe, F. J., Wadesbi.in. 

McGregor. J. D. Lilesville. 

Seago, J. B., Lilesville. 

Little, H. W., Wadesboro. 

Bailiff & Dawkins, Ruby. S. C, Rfd. 

Watson, Mrs. J. M., White Store. R. 1. 

Hough. W. R.. Wadesboro, R. 3. 

Phillips, J. T., McFarlan. 

Spencer, W. S., Pee Dee. R. 1. 

Wall. Mrs. John T., Pee Dee, R. 1 

Morven Gin & Mill Co., Morven. 

Hardlson, T. V., Morven. 

Dittle, J. T., Morven, R. 2. 

Martin, S. P., Wadesboro. 

Pratt, W. A., Morven. 

Hancock & Edwards, Polkton, R. 2. 

Fountain Hill Mill Co., Peachland, R. 1. 

Dunlap, Mrs. J. J. (estate), Wadesboro. 

Moore. C. B., Peachland. 

Boggan Bros., Pee Dee. 

In-iam, Mrs. John B., Lilesville. 

Wall, B. L., Pee Dee, R. 1. 

Allen, G. W-, & Co., Polkton, R. 1. 

Bennett, C. F., Polkton, R. 1. 

Caudle & Griffin, Polkton. 

Harris, S. K., Polkton. 

Little, George T., Wadesboro, R. 2. 

Little. L. L.. Ansonville. 

McLaurin, Daniel, Morven, R. 2. 

Templeton, R. A., Morven. 

Adams, Erwin, Morven, R. 1. 

Hough, P. L., Wadesboro, R. 3. 

Sullivan, J. W. . Wadesboro. 

Caple, J. T. & R. E., Wadesboro, R. 2. 

Carpenter, J. W.. Peachland. 

Coxe, Fred J.. Wadesboro. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Coxe, T. C, Wadesboro. 
McLendon, H. H., Wadesboro. 
Martin, J. T., Wadesboro, R. 1. 
Martin, B., Wadesboro, K. 1. 

SAW MILLS. 

Cook-Bennett Lumber Co., Wadesboro. 
Alexander Lumber Co., Lilesville. 
Harris, S. K., Polktoi.. 
Jerinan Bros., Wadesboro. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Kiker, Paul J., Co. Supt.. Wadesboro. 

Gatewood, Nannie, Wadesboro. 

Byrd, Eugenia, Lilesville. 

Humbert, W. F., Polkton. 

Flake, Ida, Wadesboro. 

Pope, Sue. Wadesboro. 

McArthur, J. A., Lilesville. 

Woody, Eugenia, Lilesville. 

Justice, Mary, Lilesville. 

Joyner, Lois, Lilesville. 

Price, Ethel, Lilesville. 

Harris Laura, Lilesville. 

Wright, Hazel, Lilesville. 

Moore, Estelle, Pee Dee. 

Clark. Evelyn, Lilesville. 

Kirby, Mary, Lilesville. 

Frederick, Jeanette, Lilesville. 

Stanton, Pansey, Pee Dee. 

Lowrance, J. F., Morven. 

Perry, Callie, Morven. 

McQueen, May. Morven. 

Long. Annie, Morven. 

Barnwell, Mary, Morven. 

Graeber, Mabel, Morven. 

Scroggs, F. O., McFarlan. 

Pegues, Rosa, McFarlan. 

Byrd. McKinnis. 

Sikes. Virgie, Lilesville. 

Pegues, Nora, Wadesboro, R. 2. 



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Caudle, Rosa, Wadesboro. 
GriggSy Annie, Wadesboro. 
Brown, D. A., White Store. 
Brown, Scotia, White Store. 
Medford, Falsome. Wadesboro. 
Boyd, Lizzie, White Store. 
McKimmon, Sadie, White Store. 
MoRae. Christine. White Store. 
McBride, Mary, White Store. 
Cline, R. H., Polkton. 
Cameron, Julia, Polkton. 
Loekhart, Myra, Polkton. 
Stackley. S. P., Peaehland. 
Hays. Fannie, Peaehland. 
Parker, J. H., Mrs., Peaehland. 
Parker, J. H. , Peaehland. 
Perry, Fronnie, Peaehland. 
Oak Dell School, Polkton. 
Redfearn, R. P.. Polkton. 
Allen. Y. H.. Polkton. 
Watkins, Phoebe, Polkton. 
Garris, Julia. Marshviile, R. 1. 
Niven, Lucy, Peaehland. 
Davis, W. B., Polkton, R. 3. 
Jones, Maggie, Polkton, R. 3. 
Shannon, Reuben. Polkton, R. 
Messer, Tilley, Polkton, R. 2. 
Starr, Eloise B., Polkton, R. 2. 
Hinson, G. H.. Polkton. 
Hudson, Ola, Polkton. 
Thomas, Buena, Polkton. 
Parker, G. H. Peaehland. 
Nance, Beulah, Peaehland. 
Abernethy, E. J., Ansonville. 
Blair, Pearl, Ansonville. 
Waddell, Gussle, Ansonville. 
Dunlap, Ethel, Ansonville. 
Carpenter, Mrs. D. W. , Polkton. 
Duke, Cossie B., Polkton. 
Harrington, Johnnie. Wadesboro, R. 
Shellem, Phebe, Ansom-ille. 
Caudle, Rona, Wadesboro. R. 3. 
Robinson. A. J., Ansonville. 
Kendall, Jessie, Ansonville. 



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WADESBORO. 

Population. 1913: 4.500. 

White polls. 265; colored polls. 92. 

Value real estate and personal property. 
$987 7S2 

Tax rate: $1-10 sn the $100 and $1.60 on 
the poll. 

Bonded debt, $35,000. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— F. W. Dunlap. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— M. B. Howell. 

CLERK & TREASURER— G. W. Huntley. 

TAX COLLECTOR— M. B. Howell. 

ATTORNEYS— Gulledge & Boggan. 

POSTMASTER— S. S. Loekhart. 

R. R. AGENT— E. T. Childs, S. 
Bennett Leak, A. C. L. 

EXPRESS AGENT— J. G. Riddick. Southern. 

TELEGRAPH MANAGER— Miss Woods, W. 
U. 

TELEPHONE MANAGER— W. T. 
Wadesboro Telephone Co. 

Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— W. H. Reddish, Pastor. 

METHODIST— G. D. Herman, Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 

GRADED— J. H. Mclver. Supt. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

National Hotel. 

Klondyke Hotel. 

Benton House. 

Architects. 

Lawson, C. A. 

Everette, D. J. 

Banks and Bankers. 

FIRST NATIONAL— J. D. Leak, Prcs. ; W. 
L. Marshall. Cash. 

BANK OF WADESBORO— L. D. Robinson. 
Pres. ; C. M. Burns, Jr., Cash. 



L.: 



Rose, 



Bakers. 
Wall, S. J. 

Brick Manufacturers. 
Wadesboro Brick & Lumber Co. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
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. 
The Liles Co. 
Huntley, L. J. 
Hart Bros. C. 

Book Stores. 
Crowder. B. H. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 
Rhyne. P. T. 
Crawford, C. A. 

Carriage Dealers. 
Blalock Hardware Co. 
Wadesboro Live Stock Co. 
Little, H. W. 

Commission Merchants. 
Parsons & Hardison. 
McKeithan. H. H. 

Cotton Mills. 
Wadesboro Cotton Mill Co. 

Confectionery Dealers. 
Pinkton. J. T.. & Son. 
Gal (W cod. D. E. 
Burns Bros. 
Pinkton, W. N. 
Tice, J. T. 
McRae, J. A. 
Jeans, W. N. 
Hill, J .E. C. 

Contractors and Builders. 
Lawson, C. A. 

Wadesboro Brick & Lumber Co. 
Everette. D. J. 
Bowman, C. C. 
Lindsay, S. J. 
Fort, G. W. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 
Odom, John W. 
Wadesboro Wood Co. 

Chamber of Commerce. 
Parsons. F. C, Pres. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 
Huntly, L. J. 

Wadesboro Clothing & Shoe Co. 
Allen. H. B., & Co. 
Medlev & Wall. 
Ashcraft, K. W. 

Cotton Gins. 
Wadesboro Oil Mill (2). 
Sullivan, Jesse. 
Lampley, Robert. 

Department Stores. 
Wadesboro Dry Goods Co. 
Hart Bros. Co. 

Dentists. 
Stainback, J. Frank. 
Gray. W. F. 

Druggists. 
Parsons Drug Co. 
Zoo Pharmacy. 
Pee Dee Pharmacy. 

Doctors. 
Ashe, E. S. 
Bennett. J. H. 
Covington, J. M. 
Covington, J. M., Jr. 
Ross. R. D. 



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Dry Goods and Notions. 
Hart Bros. Co. 
Wadesboro Dry Goods Co. 
Bennett Bros. 
Huntley. W. J. 
Ashcraft, K. W. 
Crowder, J. A. 
The Liles Co. 

Power and Light Companies. 
Yadkin River Power Co. 

Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Wadesboro Oil Mill. 
Little. H. W.. & Co. 
Home, J. D. 
Leak & Marshall. 
Hardison Co. 

Florists. 
Fitzgerald. T. J., Jr. 

Fish and Oyster Dealers. 
Rhyne, P. T. 
Crawford, Clayton. 
Reid Bros. 

Foundries and Iron Works. 
Moigan Bros. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Bennett-Liles Co. 
Cox, H. H. 
Farmers' Furniture Co. 

Grocers. 
Parsons & Hardison (Wholesale). 
Pinkston, J. T., & Son. 
Redfearn, J. T. 
Winfree, Ellas. 
Hightower, F. M. 
Odom, J. W. 
Hill, J. E. C. 
Jeans, W. N. 
Gilmore & Co. 
Tiee, J. H. 
Caraway, T. T. 
Burns Bros. 
Hardison Co. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Blalock Hardware Co. 
Wadesboro Hardware Co. 
Jeans, W. N. , 

Insurance Agents. 
Anson Real Estate & Insurance Co. (Life 
and Fire). 
McGregor, D. A. (Life and Fire). 
Wadesboro Loan & Ins. Co. (Life and 
Fire). 
Atkinson, S. G. 

Jewelers. 
Bowman, R. L. 
Crowder, B. H. 

Laundries. 
Allen & Pope, Agts. Charlotte Steam Laun- 
dry. 

Hop Chong. 

Lawyers. 
Dunlap, F. L. 
Robinson & Caudle. 
Lockhart, James A. 
McLendon & Thomas. 
Brock, W. E. 
Coxe. Fred J. 
Gulledge, J. W. 
Dunlap, P. W. 
Boggan, H. S. 
Pruette, Rowland S. 
Taylor, Haytt. 

Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 
Everette, D. J. 
Fort, George W. 

Marble Works. 
Wadesboro Marble & Granite Finishing Co- 

Machinery Dealers, 
Blalock Hardware Co. 
Little, H. W., & Co. 
Wadesboro Hardware Co. 



Paint and Oil Dealers. 
Parsons Drug Co. 
Blalock Hardware Co. 
Wsdesboro Hardware Co. 

Painters. 
B. R. Hill. 

Produce Dealers. 
Jeans, W. N. 
Rhyne, P. T. 

Plumbers. 
Rhea, W. N. 

Piano and Organ Dealers. 
Bennett-Liles Co. 
Cox, H. H. 

Photographers. 
Bland, C. A. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
THE ANSONIAN (Weekly)— W. C. Bivens, 
Editor. 

THE MESSENGER-INTELLIGENCER — 
(Weekly)— R. B. Boylin, Editor. 
Printing Offices. 
Lowe, John, & Son (Job Printers). 

Real Estate Agents. 
Anson Real Estate & Ins. Co. 
Odom, J. W. 
Gulledge, John W. 
Wadesboro Loan & Ins. Co. 
Atkinson, S. G. 

Shingle Dealers. 
Wadesboro Brick & Lumber Co. 
Odom. J. W. 

Building and Loan Associations. 
Anson Building and Loan Association. 
Wadesboro Building and Loan Association 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Bennett-Liles Co. 
Shepherd, S. S. 

Wall Paper Dealers. 
Bennett-Liles Co. 
Cox, H. H. 

Livery Stables. 
Bryant, M. W. 
Huntley & Martin. 
Coward, D. D. 
Hinson Bros. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Wadesboro Cotton Mill. 
Wadesboro Silk Mill Co. 
Wadesboro Furniture Co. 
Wadesboro Oil Co. (Cotton-seed Oil, Fertil- 
izer and Ice) . 
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. 
Wadesboro Candy Kitchen. 
Wheeler. C. S. (Harness). 



PEACHLAND. 

Incorporated in 18S3. 

Population, 1910: White, 400; colored, 30; 
total, 430. 

Value real estate, $40,430; value personal 
property, $114,700. 

Tax rate: 15c on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— J. A. Redfern. 

POSTMISTRESS— Miss Annie Carpenter. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— J. N. Davis. 

R. R. AGENT— N. E. Hughes, S. A. L. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— N. E. Hughes, 
W. V. 

Ministers and Churches. 

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST— W. T. Broadaway. 

MISSIONARY BAPTIST— C. H. Martin. Pas- 
tor. 

METHODIST — W. B. Davis, Pastor. 

PRESBYTERIAN— A. J. Crane. 
Schools and Academies. 

GRADED — Samuel P. Stackley, Prin. 
Doctors. 

Barrett, W. W. 

Druggists. 

Barrett, W. W. 



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General Merchants. 
Leak & Marshall. 
Crowder. James. 
Bivens, J. S. 
Thomas, S. L. 
Rerlfern, J. A. 
Griffln-Tucker Co. 
Kedfern, Miss Ellie. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Burch, J. A. 
Grlffln, Mrs. A. D. 
Thomas, Mrs. J, W. 

Livery Stables. 
Duncan, M. W. 

Cotton Gins. 
Carpenter, J. W. 
Preslar, J. S., & Sons. 

Grist Mills. 
Carpenter, J. W. 
Preslar, J. S., & Sons. 
Diggs. W. C. 
Bryant, W. B. 

Lumber Mills. 
Broome & Waddell. 

Boot and Shoe Shops. 
Thomas, M. S. 

Blacksmith Shops. 
Parker, J. D. 
Reid, C. M. 
Bryant, W. B. 

Banks and Bankers. 
Carpenter, J. W. 
Preslar, J. N. 

Chair Factories. 
Bryant, W. B., & Sons. 



ANSONVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1SS1. 

Population, 1910: White, 350; colored, 300; 
total. 650. 

Value real estate, $145,000; value personal 
property, $55,000. 

POSTMASTER— O. E. Ross. 
CONSTABLE — Arthur B. Wheless. 
Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST— L. L. Smith, also of Ansonville 
Circuit. 

BAPTIST — G. O. Wilhoit, Pastor. 
EPISCOPAL— S. M. Hanff, Rector. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF ANSON— L. L. Little, Tres. 

Doctors. 
Dunlap. J. M. 
Shellam, O. W. 

Drug Stores. 
Dunlap, J. M. 

Real Estate Dealers. 
Ansonville Real Estate Co. 

General Merchants. 
Curlee, M. F. 
Brooks, W. D. 
Hildreth, W. H. 
Ross, J. F. 
Ross, O. E. 
Griggs Mercantile Co. 
Smith-Morrow Co. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Griffin,, J. M. 
Curlee, M. F. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Dunlap, Geo. B., & Sons (Lumber). 
Bucket Factory and Corn Mill. 

Kelly, J. F. _ ;. . 
Schools. 
GRADED— Prof. Abernethy, Trill. Assists, 
Miss Pearl Blair, Miss Gussie Waddell. 



Town Officers. 
MAYOR — None at present. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— L. C. Beaswell. 
POSTMASTER— H. E. I.. Northcutt. 
R. R. AGENT— W. S. Braswell. A. C. L. 

Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST EPISCOPAL— J. E. Woosley, 

METHODIST PROTESTANT— J. F. Allred. 
Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
HIGH— Fred O. ScroggS. 

General Merchants. 
Northcutt & Braswell Co. 
Teal, C. G. 
Odom, J. W. 
Livitt & Moore. 
Keith, J. M. 
Teal, J. R. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Northcutt, G .C. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Northcutt & Braswell Co. (Cotton Gin). 
B. F. Timmons, (Wood and Iron Works). 

Doctors. 
Gunter, J. B. 

Insurance Agents. 
Braswell, W. S. 
Brooks, A. J. 

Livery Stables. 
Northcutt, G. C. 



McFARLAN. 

Incorporated, 1S85. 

Population, 1913: White, 176; colored, 41; 
total, 217. 

Value real estate, $175,000; value personal 
property, $70,000. 

TAX RATE: 25c. on the $100. 



MORVEN. 



Incorporated in 18S2. 

Population, 1910: White, 425; colored, 161; 
total, 5S6. 

Value real estate, $91,68S.04; value personal 
property, $75,607. 
TAX RATE: 25c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— W. E. Pennington. 
POSTMASTER— D. A. Liles. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— Frank L. Autry. 
R. R. AGENT— W. C. Howie, A. C. L. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— W. C. Howie. W. 
U. 

Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST— J. E. Woosley, Pastor. 
PRESBYTERIAN— No pastor in charge. 
BAPTIST — T. B. Justice, Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 
STATE HIGH— J. F. Lowranco, Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF MORVEN— T. V. Hardison, Pres. ; 
M. L. Ham Cash. 

Doctors. 
Chapman, G. M. 
Meisenheimer, T F.. 
Thompson, Dunlop. 

Druggists. 
Morven Drug Co. 

Insurance Agents. 
Cox, T. C. 

General Merchants. 

Moore, J. E., & Co. 

Dunn. Mrs. E. J. 

Hardison-Rivers Co. 

McQueen & Niven. 

Morrison, J. E., & Co. » 

Pratt, F. P. 

Gathings, R. H., & Co. 

Little, J. L.. & Co. 

Ballard. T. J. 

Lowry-Liles Co. 

P.oyd Co. 

Covington, J. W. 

Morven Hardware & Furniture Co. 

Brokers. 
Watson. M. C. 
Liles. D. A. 
Niven, C. M. 



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Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Meisenheimer, T. P. 
Griggs, E. L. 

Livery Stables. 
Johnson, T. II 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Morven Mill & Gin Co. 
Alexander Lumber Co. 



LILESVILLE. 

Incorrorated in 1S72. 

Population, 1913: White, 450; colored, 100; 
total, 550. 

Value real estate, $325,000; value personal 
property, $75,000. 

TAX RATE— 50c on the 100 and $1.50 on 
poll. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— A. J. Allen. 

POSTMASTER— R. L. Lindsey. 

CHEEP OF POLICE— Ben King. 

R. R. AGENT— W. R. Royall, S. A. L. 

MANAGER TELEPHONE— W. R. Hough. 
Lilesrille Telephone Co. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— W. R. Royal, 
Western Union. 

Ministers and Churches. 

METHODIST— J. A. Sharp 

BAPTIST— T. B. Justice, Pastor. 

PRESBYTERIAN— W. Wood. Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 

HIGH— J. A. McArthur, Prhi. 
Banks and Bankers. 

BANK OF LILESVILLE— J. F. Alexander, 
Pres. ; B. R. Wall, Cash. 

Doctors. 

Wyatt, W. 

Kerr, J. Edward. 

Druggists. 

Fox Pharmacy. 

Bland, G. D. 

General Merchants. 

Home, T. A. 

Wall, A. G. 

Cox, W. S. (Market) 

Saunders, J. T. 

Lilesville Hardware Co. 

Jones, W. C. 

Liles, E. P. 

Liles, A. P. 

King, B. 

Downer, B., (Farmers' Union.) 

Dobbs, J. A. 

Frederick, C. L. 

Seago. T. B. 

Tyson, B. M. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Glen Hotel, J. T. Saunders. Prop. 
Livery Stables. 

Battle & Sinclair. 

Manufacturing Plants. 

Farmers Gin Co. 

Blacksmiths. 

Harris, J. P. 

McAlister, J. A. 

Mills, T. B. 



Furniture Dealers. 
Liles, A. P. 

Restaurants. 
Kalaras, Peter, 

. Electricians. 
Allen, A. J7, Mgr. Electric Lights. 



POLKTON. 

Incorporated in 1873. 
PO] ulation, 1913: 498. 

Value real estate, $25,000; value personal 
property, $13,000. 

TAX RATE: 1-2 of 1 per cent. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— R. G. Ausin. 

ALDERMEN— R. G. Austin, M. C. Smith, W. 
T. Edwards, T. M. Smith, A. L. Caudle. 
CLERK— T. R. Troutman. 
FOSTMASTER— T. M. Smith. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— Vacant. 
R. R. AGENT— J. E. Carter.S. A. L. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— J. E. Carter. 

Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST— W. B. Davis. 
BAPTIST— H. L. Hogan. 
PRESBYTERIAN— J. S. Wood. 

Schools and Academies. 
HIGH— R. H. Cline, Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
POLKTON BANK— Leak S. Covington, Pres.; 
T. R. Troutman, Cash. 

Building and Loan Associations. 

Polkton Building and Loan Association. 

Doctors. 
Smith, L. C. 
Smith, T. M. (Dentist.) 
Boyce, J. M. 

Druggists. 

Polkton Drug Store. 

General Merchants. 
Polkton Hardware Co. 
McDaniel W. J. 
Davis-Ross Co. 
Austin, R. G. 
Deweese, W. C. 
Henry, W. H. 
O'Neal. O. O. 
Griffin & Bermingham. 

Lawyers. 
Smith, D. W. 

Barber Shops. 
Lockhart, J. F. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Polkton Hotel. 
Medley, J. J. 

Livery Stables. 
Davis-Ross Co. (Sales). 
Medley, J. J. 

Manufacturing Plants. 

Anson Lumber Co. 
Harris Ginning Co. 
Polkton Brick Co. 
Goodman, J. C, & Sons (Tannery). 



ASHE COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, JEFFERSON. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), 19,047. 

Formed in 1799. Named in honor of Governor Samuel Ashe. 

AREA — 650 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $1,706,771; value of personal property, $1,5S5,505. 

Property listed in 1914, by whites. $3,252,512; by negroes, $39,764. 

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS— For whites, 101; for negroes, 10. 

TAX RATE— Special, 15c, school, 35c, State 27 2-3c, total 96 2-3c. on the $100. 

PUBLIC ROADS — Number of miles, 650. Worked by free labor; tax, none. 



ASHE COUNTY 



91 



RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Horton Telephone Company, assessed valm $1,200.00 

Hemlock Railroad Co., 6 milts, assessed value 12,01 

Virginia Carolina Railroad Co., 40 miles in course of construction, about 20 n 
steel laid, not listed. 
SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— April 5th, July 12th, October 18th. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— W. E. Johnson, Jef- 
ferson. 

SHERIFF— W. A. McMillan, Fig. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— Geo. W. Sawyer 

TREASURER— J. M. Morphew, Hopkins. 

CORONER — A. J. Key, Amy. 

SURVEYOR — Chas. W. Ray, Treetop. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— J. W. Colvard, Jef- 
ferson. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— C. M. Dickson, Silas 
Creek. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— J. C. Gambill, 
(rumpler; J. C. Goodman, Beaver Creek; F. 
M. Miller, Clifton. 

COMMISSIONERS— I. H. Stuart, Brandon; 
J. F. Scott, Crumpler and Ambrose Shepherd. 
Edison. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— W. H. Jones, 
Warrensville; W. M. Bledsoe, Gale: W. R. 

Bauguess, Jefferson; Ambrose Shephard, 
Edison. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

CHESTNUT HILL TOWNSHIP— J. E. 

Gambill, J. F. Oliver, H. L. Goodman. 
Crumpler; S. S. Revis, Nathans Creek, W. M. 
Reeves, Crumpler. 

CLIFTON — R. F. Jenkins, J. C. Roland, 
Clifton; Sam W. James. R. A. Faw, Dresden. 

CRESTON— W. J. McEwen, A. H. Lewis, 
Creston; T. S. Max well, J. R. McMillan, E. 
C. Riley, Fig; Wilborn Greer, Toliver. 

GRASSY CREEK— J. A. Pierce, J. C. 
Pasley, Eli Francis, Grassy Creek; J. M. Saw- 
yer, C. L. Greer, Mouth of Wilson, Va. 

HELTON— W. O. Dickson, C. F. Sexton, 
Grassy Creek; Greely Spencer, Rugby, Va. ; A. 
J. Ball, Helton. 

HORSE CREEK— J. D. Stansberry, J. J. 
Lyall, Arthur Sheets, Jesse Goss, T. C. Blevins, 
Tivis Miller, Lansing; J. J. Barr, Clifton; 
David Miller, Edison; Sidney Tucker, Arthur 
Rose, Adolphus Tucker, W. M. Weaver, Park, 
Va. 

JEFFERSON — S. T. Sanderfur, Harry 

Procter, R. P. Witherspoon, C. S. Neal, W. L. 
Luther, John Weaver, Si\, Jefferson; W. A. 
Dancy, Geo. F. Bare, Wagoner; F. L. Colvard, 
Crumpler. 

LAUREL — J. N. Martin, Thaxton; A. W. 
Long, Grayson; T. W. Pennington, V. W. 
Phipps, W. E. Perry, Hemlock. 

NORTH FORK— W. F. Lewis, W. R. Os- 
borne, Ashland: L. J. Sturgill, Parker; E. G. 
Roark, J. M. Rominger, Trade. Tenn. 

OBIDS — D. C. Miller, Ravvl: Newton Bare. 
John C. Bowlin, Glendale Springs; D. H. 
Burgess, Heg. Parsons, Obids. 

OLD FIELDS— I. E. Duncan, C. E. Ed- 
wards, Todd; J. W. Duncan, R. It. Good- 
man, Beaver Creek; S. L. Houck, Raven; 
John A. Moretz. J. T. Lowrance, Fleetwood. 

PEAK CREEK— W. L. Miller, S. M. 
Transou, W. N. G. Wellborne, Transou; J. F. 
Johnson, Gale; J. D. Bare, Wagoner; M. V. 
Hoppers, J. C. Miller, Laurel Springs; E. B. 
Shepherd. Scottville. 

PINE SWAMP— J. R. Johnston, W. S. 
Owens, A. H. Church, Chas. Hartsog, W. W. 
Phillips, Idelwlld; R. Watson, Oval; J. P. 
Goodman, W. G. Waddell, Beaver Creek; T. 
H. Brown, Oval, V. L. Montz. Hopkins. 

PINEY CREEK— H. C. Tucker, H. A. El- 
ler W. C. Powers, H. M. Ashley, Lansing; 
Jonathan Perry, Park, Va. ; W. J. Roberts, C. 
C. Parsons, Grassy Creek. 

WALNUT HILL— A. P. Barker, M. M. 



Blevins. W. L. Hurley, C. s. B 
Crumpler; R. L. Reeves, Grass j Cn 
SAW MILLS. 

Walters, J. E., Jefferson. 

Osborne, D. A., Beldon. 

Dillard, J. F.. Orion. 

Latham. J. R., Clifton. 

McEwen, W. J., Creston. 

Hart, E., Grimsley. 

Price, T. J., Grassy Creek. 

Turner & Co.. F. H., Dresden. 

Rowland Brothers, Clifton. 

Houck, Hardin & Speers, Beaver Creek. 

McNeill, R. O., & Son, Berlin. 

Miller & Rowland, Clifton. 

Baldwin Mill Co., Baldwin. 

Sanford & Treadway, Clifton. 

Stanley, S. II.. Jefferson. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS 

MISSIONARY BAPTIST— Creed Roberts. 
Grassy Creek: W. J. Banks, Warrenvlllc: Geo. 
M. Reeves, Beaver Creek: W. K. Barker, Elihu 
Tucker, Grassy Creek; R. M. Burkett; Theta; 
J. T. Glenn, Hemlock; W. H. Glenn, Dandy; 
Hugh Campbell, Hemlock; T. M. Hayes, 
Crumpler. 

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST— C. C. Davis, Park, 
Va. ; C. B. Kilby, Crumpler. 

UNION BAPTIST— Jesse Bare, Clifton; Mon- 
roe Elliott, Clifton; W. II. Darnell. Id 
J. V. Yates, Clifton; Harvey Lewis. Solitude: 
John Riddle, Treetop: William Porter, Llnney; 
E. Z. Sexton. Edison: G. W. Miller. Clifton. 

M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH— R. E. L. I'lummer, 
Crumpler; S. W. Brown, Sparta; E. E. Yates, 
Sturgills; E. P. Stubbs. Jefferson; J. J. Hick- 
man, Creston; T. S. Roten, Beaver Creek. 

M. E. CHURCH— Hiram Weaver. Lansing: W. 
A. Patton, Lansing: Rufus Graybeal. nemlock. 
T. A. Farmer, Lansing; J. L. A. Bumgarner, 
Lansing. . 

GERMAN BAPTIST— E. M. Sheets. Dresden; 
H. J Woodie, Beldon; D. P. Welch, Clifton; 
Miler Jonathan, Clifton. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Phipps, L. M., Hemlock. 

Maxwell, L., Solitude. 

Maxwell, R. S., Ashland. 

Thomas. J. D., Creston. 

Jones. W. T. A., Toliver. 

Welch, J. W.. & Co.. Dresden. 

Oliver Ham, Lansing. 

Jones & Son, Warrensville. 

Joines, R. H., & Co.. Hemlock. 

Kilby, B. F., Grayson. 

Gillev, G. W.. Clifton. 

Roton, H. L., Clifton. 

Welch Bros., Edison. 

Baldwin, J .N., Lansing. 

Darnell & Son, Weasel. 

Dickson. G. D., Grassy Creek. 

Pierce. J. A., Grassy Creek. 

Thompson, W. G., & Co., Grassy Creek. 

Wagg, A. W., & Son. Grassy Creek 

McMillan. Walter W., NathanB Creek. 

Brown, E. D., Crumpler. 

Jones, U. G., Crumpler, 

Richardson, J. F.. Nathans Creek. 

Wilcox, G. G., Hopkins 

Severt, W. A.. Glendale Springs. 

Colvard, J. H., Idlewild. 

Osborne. G. H., & Son. Oval. 

Brown, T. H., Riverside. 

Edwards, K. F. , Baldwin. 



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ASHE COUNTY. 



Greer, Hamp, Woodford. 

Ray. Fred G., Baldwin. 

Bare, \V. J.. Orion. 

Little, A. P.. Song. Crumpler. 

Cooper, Y. I... Crumpler. 

sim-Kiil, G. l).. Crumpli r. 

Miller, F. M., Clifton. 

Garvey & Davis, Mouth of Wilson, Va. 

Hart, Walter, Transon. 

Parsons, J. <>.. Weaversford. 

Francis, Ell, Grassy Creek. 

Hagaman, Hugh, Hemlock. 

Hamilton, R. A. Beaver Creek. 

Campbell, W. L., Beaver Creek. 

Howell, .1. P., Raven. 

Robinson, .1. A., Beaver Creek. 

Testerman, R. C, & Co., Helton. 

Porter, (i. W. Helton. 

Parker, W. L., Parker. 

Roark, I. L., Ashland. 

Phillips, J. P., Oval. 

Taylor & Rose, Park, Va. 

Lewis. T. A. Clifton. 

Roark. E. G., Trade, Tenn. 

Pless, J. T., Creston. 

Graham. J. S., Trout. 

Jones, R. A., Hemlock. 

Williams, H. L., & Son, Hemlock. 

Farmer, J. P., Sly. 

Latham, C. R., Clifton. 

The Union Co., Hopkins. 

The Todd Mercantile Co., Todd. 

Brown, H. H., Fig. 

Plummer, S. C-, & Co., Helton. 

Baldwin, P. H., Brandon. 

Helton Woolen Mills, Sturgills. 

Sturgill, J. A.. Rugby, Va. 

McMillan, C. P.. Crumpler. 

Stout, I. M., Gale. 

McGuire Bros. & Co.. McGuire. 

Perkins. G. A., & Co., Treetop. 

Lyon. L., Obids. 

Miler. P. L. , Glendale Springs. 

Morel z. V. L., Hopkins. 

Vannoy. L. S., Fleetwood. 

Duncan, J. W., Beaver Creek. 

Wilson & Osborrfe, Trade, Tenn. 

Elliott, J. S., Apple Grove. 

McNeill, W. R., Laurel Springs. 

Cole, Floyd, Ashland. 

Tucker, A., Park, Va. 

Jones, A. M. , Crumpler. 

Phipps & Stuart, Crumpler. 

Scott, J. F., Crumpler. 

Phipps, J. E., & Co., Grassy Creek. 

Price, T. J,. Grassy Creek. 

Barton, J. H., Grassy Creek. 

Pennington, W. T.. Sturgills. 

Tucker. H. C, Supply Co., Lansing. 

Dancy, A. C, Scottsville. 

Sapp, John, Clifton. 

Damascus Store Co., Hemlock. 

Green, G. C, Othello. 

Miller & Sturgill, Park, Va. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
HELTON HIGH SCHOOL— Troy I. Jones. 
Principal, Sturgills. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Jones, T. Lester, Lansing. 
Jones, Thomas, Lansing. 
Barton, J. H., Weaverford. 
Jones. R. W., Clifton. 
Lemley, I. T.. Todd. 
Graham, W. R., Todd. 
Blackburn, W. R., Todd. 
Pennington, S. E., Sturgills. 
Jones, A. L. , Helton. 
Call. T. J.. Hopkins. ■ 
Robinson, W. J., Creston. 
Tugman, B. W.. Warrensville. 
Filer, C. R., Nathan's Creek. 

DENTISTS. 
Gambill. Dr. J. C, Crumpler. 
Jones, Dr. W. F., Clifton. 



Sharp, Dr. J. W. B., Dresden. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Creston Roller Mills, Creston. 
Helton Roller Mills, Helton. 
Idul. B. V., Jefferson. 
Blevins. J .F., Weaversford. 
Bauguess, T. J., Weasel. 
Ballou, J. U., Grassy Creek. 
Fpchurch, C. L., Algiers. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Tucker, Victor, Park, Va. 
Tucker, Lester, Park, Va. 
Miler, A. J., Park, Va. 
Shepherd, Fielden, Lansing. 
Elliott, O. L., Ashland. 
Crawford, J. C, Obids. 
Gambill, Harrison, Jefferson. 
Gentry, L. R., Nathans Creek. 
Eastridge. C. S., Clifton. 
Welch, J. G., Edison. 
Miller, D. W. Clifton. 
Miller, I. S., Edison. 
I'hipps, L. P., Grassy Creek. 
Sexton, E. L., Edison. 
Stuart, Plato, Crumpler. 
Plummer, Rev. R. L., Crumpler. 
Graybeal, Henry, Hemlock. 
Barker, G. W.. Grassy Creek. 
Faw, Cicero, Grassy Creek. 
Roark, R. D., Asldand. 
Sexton, C. F., Grassy Creek. 
Blevins, R. F., Jefferson. 
Phipps, J. F., Crumpler. 
Williams, C. H., Fleetwood. 
Francis, I. W, Jefferson. 
James, S. W.. Comet. 
Perry, A. A., Grayson. 
Rose , Arthur, Park, Va. 
Ray, Biddie, Beaver Creek. 
Goodman, J. C, Beaver Creek. 
Jones, Floyd, Clifton. 
Woody, Alex., Gray. 
Hill. Mary A., Rattler. 
Hill, Walter, Rattler. 
Dickson, W. W., Grassy Creek. 
Blevins, D. E., Crumpler. 
Goodman, J. 0., Beaver Creek. 
Dickson. J. A., Grassy Creek. 
Jones, F. B., Crumpler. 
Lewis, F. L., Ashland. 
Dickson, R. L., Grassy Creek. 
Elliott, J. V, Sly. 
Bare, Goodman, Wagoner. 
Perkins, W. F., Scotttsville. 
Sturgill, Mamie, Sturgill. 
Dickson, C. F., Grassy Creek. 
Jones. Rebecca, Grassy Creek. 
Gambill, Curtis, Grassy Creek. 
Gambill, Arthur, Grassy Creek. 
Miller, Winnie, Transou. 
Smithey, Mamie, Weaversford. 
Bowlin, Ethel, Beldon. 
Oliver, Avery, Grassy Creek. 
Severt, Minnie, Obids. 
Black. A. C . Baldwin. 
Graybeal, Mrs. W. A.. Lansing. 
Rolen, Carrie, Baldwin. 
Luther, W. L,., Jefferson. 
Eller, Clyde N.. Berlin. 
Kirby, Ruth, Sturgill. 
Blevins, Roby, Brandon. 
Segraves, J. L., Grassy Creek. 
Segraves, Mrs. J. L. , Grassy Creek. 
Francis, Eli, Grassy Creek. 
Calloway, Rosa, Jefferson. 
Weaver, A. L., Sturgill. 
Jones. J. W., Clifton. 
Roland, E. G., Clifton. 
Johnson, E. J., Jefferson. 
Houck, Mrs. Bessie, Raven. 
Norris, M. H., Todd. 



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Howell, Web, Grassy Creek. 
Lemley, H. H., Todd. 
Pennington, C. B., Sturgills. 
Kirby. J. K., Sturgills. 
Goodman, Mills, Beaver Creek. 
Goodman, Hayden, Beaver Creek. 
Plummer, Mrs. R. L., Crump ler. 
Lewis, Mattie, Ashland. 
Phipps. Chloe, Jefferson. 
Gamblll, Lucy, Crumpler. 
Howell, W. H., Baven. 
Scott, W. L., Jefferson. 
Keller, L. N., Fleetwood. 
Lyon, Lula, Obids. 
Johnson, J. R., Linney. 
Adams, A. L., Trade, Tenn. 
Duvall, Eugene, Grassy Creek. 
Bauguess, Minnie, Sturgills. 
Filer, Virginia, Berlin. 
Koontz, George .Jefferson. 
Ray, Ruth, Tree top. 
Scarborough, W. B., Creston. 
Jones, Myrtle, Clifton. 
Rowland, Scott, Clifton. 
Lewis, C. M., Clifton, 
llolman. G. S., Todd. 
Green, W. F., Todd 
Adams, J. D., Ashland. 
Ashley, W. R., Amy. 
Maxwell, L. G., Hopkins. 
Wagner, Judson E., Fleetwood. 
Woodie, Luther, Glendale Springs. 
Garvey, W. W., Beaver Creek. 
Ilouck, G. P.. Raven. 
Perkins, Gertrude, Grassy Creek. 
Miller. Cora, Laurel Springs. 
Parker, J. E. Parker. 
Callaway, J. B., Rawl. 



JEFFERSON. 

Incorporated in 1850. 

Population, 1910: White, 294; colored. 27; 
total, 321. 

Value of real estate, $48,157; value persona] 
property, $55,964. 

TAX RATE: 30c. on the $100. 

(No town government.) 

POSTMASTER— J. B. Colvard. 

Ministers and Churches. 

M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH— E. P. Stabler, 
Pastor. 

BAPTIST — Geo. M. Reeves, Pastor. 

PRESBYTERIAN— J. C. Brown. 
Schools and Academies. 

JEFFERSON ACADEMY— W. L. Scott, 
Prin. 



Banks and Bankers. 
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK— J. J. Thom- 
as, President; H. C. Tucker, Cashier. 

THE BANK OF ASHE— J. E .Finley. Presi- 
dent; W. H. Worth. Cashier. 
Doctors. 
Colvard. J. W. 
Testerman. J. C. 

Blevins, Mauley. ■ 

Perkins, S. L. 

Druggists. 
Testerman. J. C. 
Ashe Drug & Cash Store. 
Lawyers. 
Spicer, C. B. 
Park, G. L. 
Ballou, R. L. 
Councill. J. B. 
Bowie, T. C. 
Bauguess, W. R. 

Insurance Agents. 
Worth, W. H., & Co. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
THE JEFFERSON RECORDER (Weekly)— T. 
W. Adams, Editor. 

Printing Offices. 
THE ASHE JOB OFFICE— Job Printing. 
Gentry-Reeves Printing Co. 

General Merchandise. 
Jefferson Hardware Store. 
Jefferson Bargain House. 
McNeill. E. A. 
Gentry, W. E. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Mountain Hotel. 

Harness and Saddles. 
Jefferson Hardware Co. 

Undertakers. 
Badger, J. W., & Son. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Jefferson Roller Mills. 
Badger, J. W., & Sons. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Ashe Furniture Co. 

Jewelers. 
Dunman, L. A. 

Barbers. 
Dunman, L. A. 
Weaver, J. A. 

Blacksmiths. 
Koontz, J. E. 
Medley, Joe. 

Books and Stationery. 
Book Shop. 



AVERY COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, NEWLAND. 



POPULATION— 1 2,000. 

Formed in February, 1911. Named in honor of W. Avery, of Revolutionary fame 

AREA— 300 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $1,3S5,670; value of personal property, $565,099.00. 

NUMBER OF SCHOLLS— For whites, 48; for negroes 2. 

TAX RATE — County purposes, 62. on the $100; special road. 20c. 

PUBLIC ROADS — Number oi miles approximately 300. Worked by labor. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

East Tennesse and Western N. C. Railroad, 3miles, assessed value 

Linville River Railway, 12 miles, assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed vallue 

Valle Crucis, Shaw'haw and Elk Park T. Co. , assessed value 

Watauga Telegraph and Telephone Company, assessed value 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— April 19, October 18. 



$28,120.00 

30,000.00 

369.00 

2,96! 

358.00 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

REPRESENTATIVE— Hon. W. M. Johnson, 
Elk Park. 

CLERK OF COURT — J. L. Banner, New- 
land. . 

SHERIFF — J. H. Voncannon, Banner's Elk. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS — John Puckett. 
Newland. 



CORONER— W. C. Tate, M. D., Banner's 
Elk. 

SURVEYOR — T. L. Lowe, Banner Elk. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— Frank A. Edmon- 
son, Newland. 

HOARD OF EDUCATION -R. T. < 

(chm'n). Valley; J. P. Hall. Plumtree; a P. 
Brinkley, Elk Park. 



100 



AVERY COUNTY. 



P. L. 

Lowe. 
Colfax 



A. C. Smith, 



Ed. W. Vance, 



S. Guy, 



R. 



(for boys) — Jos. P. 
(for girls) — Edgar 



COMMISSIONERS— J. M. Hodges, (chm'n). 
Cranberry: A. A. Johnson, Montezuma; J. W. 
Holselaw, F I all'. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— R. Z. Burleson, 
(chm'n). Minneapolis; K. W. Wall, Newland; 
W, II. Gragg, Pineola. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

ALTAMOXT TOWNSHIP— J. L. Pyatt 
Johnson, J. M. Parsons. 

BANNER ELK— R. O. Banner, R. L. 

WILSON CREEK— Adore Coffey, 
Clark, W. P. Tuttle. 

CRANBERRY— W. B. Oakes 
J. M. Hodges, Chas. Burage. 

LINVILLE— T. M. Vance, J. L. Hartley, J. 
li. Martin, H. S. Burleson. 

TOERIVER— J. M. Greer 
J. A. Weatherman. 

BEECH MOUNTAIN— J 
Phillips, Erwin Green. 

ROARING CREEK— Mack McCourry, W. I. 
Cooper, R. T. Lewis, JefYie Hughes. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Heaton, J. M., Hale. 

Cannon. W. M. Elk Park. 

Tufts, Edgar, Banner Elk. 

Hall, J. P.. Plum Tree. 

Barlow, Wm. , Hale. 

Green, David, Whaley. 

Ollis, W. H., Ingalls. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

AVERY COUNTY HIGH— W. W. Stedman. 
Prin., Ell; Park. 

LEES McRAE INST. 
Hall, Prin., Plum Tree. 

LEES McRAE INST. 
Tufts, Prin., Banner Elk. 

MONTEZUMA HIGH— L. J. Hampton, Prin., 
Montezuma. 

NEWLAND HIGH— W. H. Britt, Prin., 
Newland. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Tate, W. C, Banner Elk. 

Shoop, E. H. , Crossmore. 

Shoop, Mrs. E. H., Croosmore. 

Hodges, J. M., Cranberry. 

Morris, C. H., Newland. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Walsh, Jim Dark Ridge. 

McGuire, Lee, Whaley. 

Eller, B. F., Hale. 

Heaton, J. M., Hale. 

Burleson, J. W., & Co., Minneapolis. 
SAW MILLS. 

Galloway, Peas, & Co., Cranberry. 

White Lumber Co., Elk Park. 

White, H. S., Montezuma. 

Mill Lumber Co. Banner Elk. 

Mortimer, E. H., Newland. 

J. Walter Wright Lumber Co., Elk Park. 

Pritchard. J. H., Elk Park. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Gilliam, Mary, Morganton. 
McKinney, Fred, Altamont. 
Brewer, Bessie, Hughes. 
Pyatte, J. L., Pyatte. 
Johnson, Lambert, Crossnore. 
Harman, A. B., Beech Creek. 
Ward, Luther, Hale. 
Younce, Chas., Beech Creek. 
Keller, J. F., Beech Creek. 
Keller, Etta, Beech Creek. 
Gouge, Emmett, Cranberry. 
Ingram, W. A., Cranberry. 
Ingram, Mrs. W. A., Cranberry. 
Miggs, Jessie I., Laurinburg. 
Francum, Stella, Laurinburg. 
Holsclaw, W. P., Cranberry. 
Hampton, Bess, Hale. 
Bailey, C. M„ Wat. Falls. 
Braswell, W. W., Montezuma. 
Tutle, E. P., Saginaw. 
Rowe, Maude, Banner Elk. 
Franklin, Mrs. Ida, Crossnore. 
Rowe, Flora, Banner Elk. 



Dean, Myrtle, Elk Park. 
Johnson, Mrs. Charity, Ingalls. 
Hamrick. Birdie, Elk Park. 
Cooper, Horton, Minneapolis. 
Davis, Mrs. Alice, Spear. 
St roup, H., Altamont. 
McKinney, Frank, Spear. 
Taylor, Eula, Ingalls. 
Smith, Katherine, Lenoir. 
Sisk, W. H., Linville Falls. 
Franklin, B. D., Altamont. 
Bowman, Maude, Altamont. 
Lourance, Clara, Crossnore. 
Bagby. Ivan, Montezuma. 
Banner, Fannie, Crossnore. 
Carpenter, Cozie, Pyatte. 
Johnson, C. C, Pyatte. 
Church, L. L., Hale. 
Y'ounce, Chas., Banner Elk. 
Clark, J as. . Banner Elk. 
Lovin, Essie, Linville. 
Harmon, Eliza, Hale. 
Farthing, Ben W., Hale. 
Greene. Oda, Dark Ridge. 
Greene, Mrs. A. I., Dark Ridge. 
Harmon, Roy A., Beech Creek. 
Harmon, Malinda, Whalley. 
Greene, J. W., Dark Ridge. 
Harper, Maude, Minneapolis. 
Bagby, Fannie, Minneapolis. 
Vance, Maude, Minneapolis. 
Braswell, S. C., Minneapolis. 
Bowman, F. O., Cranberry. 
Huddle, Lena Rivers, Cranberry. 
Boring, Grace, Cranberry. 
Stedman, W. W.. Elk Park. 
Kerley, Eddie, Elk Park. 
Kerley, Vesta, Elk Park. 
Johnson, Earnest, Hale. 
Keller, Daisey, Hale. 
Keller, Etta, Hale. 
Davenport, Mary, Elk Park. 
Britt, W. H., Newland. 
Weaver, Genevieve, Newland. 
Council, Iris, Newland. 
Sheldon, T. B., Newland. 
Ramsey, Mollie, Banner Elk. 
Bowman, O. O., Montezuma. 
Bobbins, Pearl, Montezuma. 
Stroup, Rush, Altamont. 
Sudreth, L. W., Montezuma. 
Vance, Mada, Saginaw. 
Johnson, Lambert, Crossnore. 
Franklin, Mrs. Ida, Crossnore. 
Hughes. S. J., Hughes. 
Hall, Lewis, Hughes. 
Buchanan. Silas, Minneapolis. 
Tolley, Will, Minneapolis. 
Hughes, Mrs. Arizona, Valley. 
Burleson, Birdie, Valley. 
Cardell, R. N., Frank. 
Grifeth, Mrs. Tennie, Senia. 
Stroup, Hoke, Senia. 
Houston, Zora. Senia. 
Kincaid, Carrie, Plumtree. 
Setzer, A. M., Spear. 
Burleson. Oscar, Spear. 
Dellinger. Theron, Ingalls. 
Goodman, C. B., Ingalls. 
Norman, Edna, Ingalls. 
Dellinger, Thos., Altamont. 
Lovin, Bessie, Cold Springs. 
Clark, Leola, Crossnore. 
Hood, J. G., Montezuma. 
Greene, Mary, Gragg. 
Green, Miss, Globe. 
Dula, R. B., Saginaw. 

NEWLAND 

Incorporated 1913. 
Value of real estate, $30,100.00; 
sonal property. $16,500.00. 

TAX RATE — 40c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAY'OR— R. C. Campbell. 
POSTMASTER — Harry Burleson. 



value per- 





AVERY- 


-BEAUFORT 101 






CHIEF OF POLICE— Cleve Winters. 


BAPTIST— Rev. C. P. Holland. Pastor. 






R. R. AGENT AND EXPRESS AGENT— W. 


Schools and Academies. 






N. Fletcher, 


AVERY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL— W. W. 






ALDERMEN— J. W. Ragland, Jno. C. 


Stedman, Prin. 






Lusk, John Greene. 


Banks and Bankers. 






Livery Stables. 


THE CITIZENS BANK -A. P. BrinMey, 






Hughes. W. H. 


Pres.; A .D. Hanirich. Cash. 






Lumber Companies. 


Newspapers. 






Wright, J. Walter. 


THE AVERY VIM— J. D. Bowman, Editor. 






Ministers and Churches. 


Doctors. 






METHODIST— (To he supplied). 


Profflt, Thos. 






BAPTIST— Rev. Noah Hampton. 


Sutton, J. R. 






PRESBYTERIAN— Rev. Thos. B. Sheldon. 


Lawyers. 






CHRISTIAN— No Pastor. 


Hughes, Charles. 






Schools and Academies. 


Cline, Jas. S. 






HIGH— W. H. Britte, Prin. 


General Merchandise. 






Banks and Bankers. 


Brinkley, A. P. 






AVERY COUNTY BANK— C. B. Von Canon. 


Lineback, J. E., & Co. 






Pres. ; E. C. Guy, Cash. 


The Line back Harware Co. 






Doctors. 


Burgie, T. R.. (Furniture). 






Profflt. Thomas. 


Shores, Annie P., (5 and 10c store). 






Sutton, J. R. 


Hotels and Bearding Houses. 






Druggists. 


Jessee, Mrs. C. L. 






Campbell. Robert. 


Burleson Boarding House. 






Lawyers. 


Hughes Boarding House. 






Baird, Harrison. 


Joines, R. L. 






Benbow, L. S. 


Livery Stables. 






Ragland, J. W. 


Hughes, W. H. 






Wall, R. W. 


Saw Mills. 






General Merchandise. 


Cordell, A. R. 






Hugh Bros. & Co. 


Lowe, J. R. 






Daniels, N. V. 


Pritchard & Pritchard. 






Lusk, M. H. 


Eller, Ben F. 






Clay, M. W. 


Lumber Companies. 






Jewelers. 


Wright, J. Walter, Lumber Co. 






Dunn, W. M. 


Jeweler. 






Hotels and Boarding Houses. 


Brown, L. C. 






Jessie, Mrs. C. L. 
Burleson Boarding House. 
Lusk, M. H. 








MONTEZUMA. • 






Joines, R. E. 


Incorporated in 1889. 






Saw Mills. 


Population, 1914 : 200. 






Tritchard, J. H. 


Value real estate, $25,000.00; value personal 






Eller, B. F. 


property, $20,000.00. 






Lowe, J. R. 


Town Officers. 






Bottling Works. 


MAYOR— W. S. Sudderth. 






Newlands Bottling Works. 


POSTMISTRESS— Mrs. Emma H.' Hagie. 






Newspapers and Editors. 


R. R. AGENT— J. R. McGrath. 






THE AVERY VIM (Weekly)— W. W. Sted- 


MANAGER TELEPHONE— J. R. McGrath. 






maii. 


Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST EPISCOPAL— Rev. D. W. 












ELK PARK. 


Hagie. 






Incorporated in 1885. 


BAPTIST— Rev. T. S. Moody. 






Population: White, 600; colored, 50; total. 


M. E. SOUTH— Rev. Hayes. 






650. 


Schools and Academies. 






Value real estate, $50,000; value personal 


AARON SEMINARY (New State High School) 






property, $50,000. 


— J. J. Hampton, Prin. 






TAX RATE: 50c. on the $100. 


Doctors. 






Town Officers. 


Lovitt, W. D. 






Town Officers. 


Druggists. 






MAYOR— W. M. Dunn. 


Lovitt, W. D. 






POSTMASTER— V. B. Bowers. 


General Merchandise. 






CHIEF OF POLICE— G. C. Winters. 


Bobbins, G. W., trustee of Loven. J. G. 






R. R. AGENT— J. A. Greene, E. T. & 


(dead). 






W. N. Railroad. 


Johnson & Aldridge. 






MANAGER TELEGRAPH— J. A. Greene, 


Hotels and Boarding Houses. 






Western Union. 


Montezuma Hotel. 






Ministers and Churches. 


Livery Stables. 






PRESBYTERIAN— Rev. Edgar Tuft, Pastor. 


Franklin, S. L. 






BEAUFOR' 


r COUNTY 






COUNTY SEAT, 


WASHINGTON. 






POPULATION— (Census 1914), 30,877. 








Formed in 1718. Named in honor of Duke 


3f Beaufort. 






AREA— S19 square miles. 








Value of real estate, $4,759,969; value of per 


?onal property, $4,607,358. 






Property listed in 1914, by whites, $6,514,74 


3, by negroes, $543,208. 






TAX RATE— County purposes, 32 l-3e. on t 


ie $100 and 3Sc. on the poll; special, 13 l-2e. 






County bonded debt, $137,500. 








PUBLIC ROADS— Worked by taxation. 








RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS 


COMPANIES. 






Postal Telegraph Cable Co., assessed value .... 


$ i • i. or 











102 



I'.l'AIFORT COUNTY 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 6.62 miles, assessed value 223,056.00 

Pullman Co., assessed value 7 , <; 1 7. i h > 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 12,957.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. assessed value 3,824.33 

Norfolk Southern Railroad, 59.52 miles, assessed value 773,186.00 

Washington and Ilvde County Telephone Co., assessed value 4.77:;. no 

Washington and Aurora Telephone Co., assessed value 1,000.00 

Williamston Telephone Co.. assessed value 216.00 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessd value 14,515.00 

Washington & Vandemere Railroad. 33.50 miles, assessed value 67,318.00 

Southern Investment Co., assessed value 228.00 

NUI'KIUOR COURT TERMS — Novemher 22 (civil), October 4, December 20, February 15 
(civil), April 5 (criminal). May 3 (civil). 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— George A. Paul, Wash- 
ington. 

SHERIFF— W. B. Windley, Washington. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— Gilbert Rumley, 
Washington. 

TREASURER — E. R. Mixon, Washington. 

CORONER— Dr. Joshua Tayloe, Washington. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— W. J. Privett, Wash- 
ington. 

SUPT. OF HOME — T. B. Davis, Washiugl- n. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— E. W. . Ayers 
(chm'n), T. R. Hodges, Washington; W. M. 
Butt, Bonnerton. 

COMMISSIONERS— C. P. Aycock, Pantego; 
W. S. D'Eborne, Washington, Rfd. ; W. E. 
Swindell, Washington; H. C. Brogaw, Choeo- 
winity; W. H. Whitley, Blount Creek. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— H. E. Harding 
(chm'n), W. B. Windley, W. O. Ellis, Wash- 
ington. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

BATH TOWNSHIP— Thomas Webster. T. L. 
Jackson. Pinetown; W. A. Tankard, W. H. 
Tyer, Bath; G. M. Jordan, W. C- Kinion, 
Sidney. 

CHOCOWINITY— W. A. Blount, Jr., W. H. 
Patrick. Chocowinity; W. R. Galloway, W. A. 
Cratch. L. M. Scott, Blounts Creek. 

LONG ACRE— H. C. Boyd. W. B. Fleming, 
T. A. Berry. S. W. Boyd, O. L. Sparrow, M. 
H. Cutler, E. K. Gurganus, Pinetown ; J. B. 
Pinkham. Charles A. Singleton, L. C. Alligood. 
C. J. Cutler, A. N. Cutler, L. M. Shepherd, 
Washington. 

PANTEGO— O. F. Davis, R. D. Adams, W. 
G. Waters, A. B. Jones. Pantego: W. D. Sad- 
ler, Pinetown; A. L Bell. W. J. Bullock, W. 
S. Riddick, Belhaven ; L. W. Paul, Bath; R. 
H. Allen, Pungo. 

RICHLAND— W. L. Godley, Benj. Totter. 
J. M. Messic. C. R. Flowers, South Creek; E. 
R. Tripp. Bonnerton ; J. A. Hardy, J. M. 
Litchfield, B. B. Thompson, Aurora; N. W. 
Potter. Absalom Tuten. Edward. 

WASHINGTON— J. C. Latham. J. G. Chaun- 
cey, A. S. Robeson, Joseph T. Ross, W. M. 
Cooper, A. Mayo, S. L. Willard, C. M. Brown. 
W. B. Windley. John G. Blount, Washington; 
L. M. Scott, Blount's Creek; L. M. Hudnell. 
Ransomville; W. A. Allison, Washington, Rfd.; 
L. C. Tripp. Bonnerton ; John D. Bullock. 
Leechville; D. L. Mudley, Belhaven; B. H- 
West, South Creek. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Hunter, H. H., Pinetown. 

Roper, Oswald O., Edwards. 

Jackson, C. C. , Yatesville. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Smith, W. B., Pinetown. 

Jefferson. C. E., Pinetown. 

Brooks, T. A., Bath. 

Oden, J. H.. Hunter's Bridge. 

Broom, W. M., & Co.. Idalia. 

Harris, W. J., Leechville. 

Acre Mercantile Co., Pinetown. 

Turnage, J. E., Chocowinity. 

Paul. J. R., Gaylords. 



Satchwell, W. J.. Yatesville. 
Chocowinity Co., Chocowinity. 
Winsteads, W. F., Sons, Winsteadville. 

COTTON GINS. 
Aycock, C. P. Pantego. 
Brooks. T. A., Bath. 
Winstead, W. F., & Bro., Winsteadville. 
Oden, J. W., & Co., Hunters Bridge. 
Toler, A., Blount's Creek. 
Guilford Ginning Co.. Aurora. 
Eborne, W. S. D., Washington, R. 4. 
SAW MILLS. 

Dixie Lumber Co., Roal. 

Crescent Lumber Co., Washington, Rfd. 

Perry. J. R., Washington, Rfd. 

Hodges, R. E., Washington. 

Rawls, O. B., Washington. 

Lamm & Tuten, Edward. 

Paul, C. B., Sidney. 

Powell & Son, Beaufort, Rfd. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Nelson, Lena, Wilmar, Rfd. 
Williamson. Alice, Washington, R. 1. 
Gurganus, Margaret, Grimesland, R. 3. 
Lyda, L. V., Washington, R. 1. 
Spain, Marjorie, Washington, R. 1. 
Lewis, Mrs. G. W., Washington. R. 1. 
Hardison, Edith, Washington, R. 1. 
Yail, Katie, Washington, R. 1. 
Porry, Ethel, Washington, R. 1. 
Mull, Adna, Washington. R. 3. 
Davis. Mrs., Washington, R. 3. 
Bland, Rosalie, Washington, R. 4. 
Cotton, Mrs. E. S., Washington, R. 4. 
Toasley, Mabel, Washington, R. 4. 
Privotte, W. A., Washington, R. 4. 
Warren, Bessie, Washington, R. 2. 
Booker, Alice, Aurora. R. 2. 
Guilford, Emily, South Creek. 
Harrison. Nova. Pinetown. 
Stilley, Ruby, Bath. Rfd. 
Bonner, Mrs. Katie, Bath, Rfd. 
Burbage, Mary, Ransomville, Rfd. 
Powell, Alice, Ransomville, Rfd. 
Cayton, Georgia, Edward. 
Hodges. Annie L. , Washington, Rfd. 1. 
Whitley, Bertha, Jessema. 
Marquetto, Leon. Ransomville. 
Piner, Lola, Pinetown, Rfd. 
Parker, F., Pantego. 
Weston, Katharine. Pantego. 
Guilford. Helen. Pantego. 
Harris, Mildred, Pantego. 
Parker, Mrs. F. , Pantego. 
Ward, Nellie. South Creek, 
Thompson, R. A., Aurora, 
Jones, Ava, South Creek, 
Broome, South Creek, R. 1. 
Pitman, Carrie, Aurora, R. 2. 
Rivers, Mary, Aurora, R. 2. 
Lane, Mrs. A. G., Aurora, R. 2. 
Ross, Belva, Aurora, R. 2. 
Ross, Wilbur, Edward. 
Tripp, Esther, Edward. 
Cuasey, Lennie, Pactalus. 
Howell, Lucille, Jessama. 
Barrows, Miss, Jessama. 
Wintield, Mattie, Washington, R. 
Woolard, Mattie, Washington, R. 



R. 1. 
R. 2. 
R. 1. 



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Harris, Nota, Pinetown, R. 2. 

Sawyer, Mae, Pinetown, R. 1. 

Crumpler, Odessa, Pinetown, R. 1. 

Parker, Isabel. Washington, R. 2. 

Liverman, Viola, Washington, R. 2. 

Harris, Prof., Pinetown. 

Wright. Mrs. D. W., Pinetown, Rfd. 

Radcliff, Gertrude, Bath, Rfd. 

Tuten, Margaret, Pungo. 

Joyuer, Annie, South Creek, R. 1. 

Jones, Lena Rivers, Jessaina, R. F. D. 

Thomas, Eva, Blounts Creek, Rfd. 2. 

Latham, Lizzie, Washington, R. 3. 

West, W. H., Pinetown, R. 2. 

Kennedy, Mrs. Virginia, Pinetown, R. 2. 

Cratch, Pearl, Pungo. 

Boyd, Pearl, Pungo. 

Paul, Matilda, Pungo. 

Bowman, Pauline, Leachville. 

Chauncey, Mary, Belhaven. 

Spruill, Pattie, Pinetown. 

Wallace, Lula, Bath, Rfd. 

Tyer, Annie L., Blounts Creek. 

Judkins, Bettie, Bath, Rd. 

Shavender, Rena, Pinetown, Rfd. 

Shelby, Gertrude, South Creek, R. 1. 

Dunn, Marion, Soutli Creek, R. 1. 

Ross, Lucy, Bonnerton. 

Windley, Maggie, Aurora. 

Smith, H. W., Aurora. 

Homey, Margaret, Aurora. 

Smithwick, Carrie, Chocowinity. 

Bennett, Belva, Chocowinity, R. 1. 

Everett, Clara Bell, Chocowinity, R. 1. 

Sloop, Berta, Chocowinity, R. 1. 

Moses, Mamie, Chocowinity, R. 1. 

Mitchell, Janey, Chocowinity, R. 1. 

Patrick, Emily, Grimesland, Rfd. 



WASHINGTON. 

Population. 1910: 6.211. 

White polls, 537; colored polls, 48S. 

Value of real estate, $1,675,270; value of 
persona 1 property. $6S1,270. 

TAX RATE: $1.20 on the $135. 

Bonded debt, $289,000. 

Floating debt, $2,000. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— F. C. Kugler. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— R. J. Roberts. 

CLERK— W. C. Ayers. 

TREASURER — J. F. Buckman, 

TAX COLLECTOR— W. C. Ayers. 

STANDARD-KEEPER— W. H. Tripp. 

ATTORNEY— H. C. Carter. 

SLPT. OF HEALTH— Jno. G. Blount. 

POSTMASTER— Hugh Paul. 

R. R. AGENTS— T. H. Myers, N. S. ; S. R. 
Clary, A. C. L. 

TELEGRAPH MANAGERS— Z. M. Potts, 
Postal: E. T. Price. 

TELEPHONE MANAGER— D. W. Bell, Car 
Telp. & Tel. Co. 

.Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— W. R. Gay, Pastor. 

CHRISTIAN— R. V. Hope, Pastor. 

EPISCOPAL— Nathaniel Harding. Rector. 

METHODIST— E. M. Snipes, Pastor. 

PRESBYTERIAN— H. B. Searight, Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 

GRADED— C. M. Campbell, Supt. 

WASHINGTON COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE— 
M. O. Fletcher, Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 

FIRST NATIONAL— C. M. Brown, Pres- ; 
A. M. Dumay, Cash. 

BANK OF WASHINGTON— J. Havens, Pres.; 
J. B. Ross, Cash. 

SAVINGS & TRUST CO.— B. G. Moss 
Pres. ; J. B. Sparrow, Cash. 

Building and Loan Associations. 

Home Building and Loan Association. 
Bakers. 

Rhodes, W. J. 

Willis. C. M. 



Brick Manufacturers. 
Pamlico Brick & Tile Co. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
Turnage. 

Brooks' Shoe Store. 
Fowle, S. R., & Son. 

Book Stores. 
Latham, H. T. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 
Central Meat Market. 
Rumley, O. 
Cozzens, E. B. 
Dudley, W. C. 
Nichols, W. A. 
Ecklin. J. H. 

Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Washington Buggy Co. 
Hassel Supply Co. 

Clubs. 
Elks. 
Halcyon Club. 

Commission Merchants. 
Mayo, H. B., & Co. 
Pippin & Woolard. 
Morris, C. G., & Co. 

Cotton and Hosiery Mills. 
Smith, M. A. 

Confectionery Dealers. 
Rhodes, W. J. 
Scott & Sawyer. 
Saleby, N. E. 

Contractors and Builders. 
Jones, M. M. 
Harding, T. J. 
Congleton, Ira C. 
Miler, W. C. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 
Havens, J. 
Eureka Lumber Co. 
Fowle, S. R., & Son. 

Chamber of Commerce. 
C. M. Brown, Pres. ; C. A. Flynn, Sec. 
Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 
Hoyt, J. K. 
Clark, J. E., & Co. 
Bowers-Lewis Co. 
Spencer Bros. 
John, K. 

Buckman, J. F., & Son. 
Ayers, E. W. 
Suskins & Berry. 
Fowle, S. R., & Son. 
Lewis & Calais. 

Cotton Gins. 
Havens Oil Co. 

Department Stores. 
Hoyt, J. K. 
Cook, Jos. E., Co. 

Dentists. 
Mann, L. H. 
Wells, A. S. 
Gallagher, R. T. 

Druggists. 
Tayloe, D. T., & Co. 
Lee Lavenport Pharmacy. 
Blount, W. A. & J. G. 
Worthy & Etheridge. 

Doctors. 
Tavloe, D. T. 
Brown, E. M. 
Tayloe, Joshua. 
Blount. J. G. 
Nicholson, P. A. 
Nicholson, S. T. 
Nicholson. J. L. 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
Bowers-Lewis Co. 
Hoyt. J. K. 
Ayers, E. W. 
Spehcer Bros. 
Buckman, .1. F.. & Son. 
Fowle. S. R.. & Son. 
Suskins & Berry. 
Lewis & Calais. 





104 BEATJFOBT 


COUNTT. 








Auto Dealers and Garages. 


Eureka Lumber Co. 








Harris Hardware Co. 


Fowle, S. R., & Ron. 








Washington Motor Car & Machine Co. 


Hotels and Boarding Houses. 








Power and Light Companies. 


Hotel Louise. 








Washington Light & Water Co. (Gas only.) 


Hell, Mrs. Win. 








Municipal Light & Water Co. 


Branch, Mrs. W. A. B. 








Fruit Dealers. 


Wynne. J. R. 








Saloeby Bros. 


Brabble, J. W. 








Rhodes. W. J. 


Bell, .Mrs. Lossie. 








Scott & Sawyer. 


Dudley, Mrs. John W.. Sr. 








Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 


Fowler, Mrs. M. J. 








Pamlico Chemical Co. 


Marble Works. 








Bragaw Fertilizer Co. 


Simmons, J. H. 








Bragaw, w., & Co. 


Machinery Dealers. 








Phillips, G. A.. & Bro. 


McKeel-Richardson Hardware Co. 








Florists. 


Malleson, W. C, Son. 








Smallwcod, Pauline. 


Harris Hardware Co. 








Fish and Oyster Dealers. 


Naval Store Dealers. 








Sterling. C H. 


Willis & Harris Hardware Co. 








Swindell & Fulford. 


Fowle, S. R., & Son. 








Willis, S. P. 


Paint and Oil Dealers. 








Swindell, John M., Co. 


Harris Hardware Co. 








Foundries and Iron Works. 


Willis, E. K. 








Mutual Machine Co. 


Mallison, W. C, & Son. 








Hobbs, W. H. 


Fowle, S. R., & Son. 








Furniture Dealers. 


Painters. 








Southern Furniture Co. 


Lewis, F. B. 








Jefferson Furniture Co. 


Harris, C. F. 








Morton, W. B., & Co. 


Forbes, J. S. 








Cherry Furniture Co. 


Harper, Henry. 








Grocers. 


Cotton, R. L. 








Mi.xon. E. R.. & Co. (Wholesale). 

Peterson, E., Co. (Wholesale). 

Cox, A. J.. & Co. 

Powell & Ellsworth. 

Willis. E. K. 

Carolina Dist. Co. (Wholesale). 


Produce Dealers. 
Mayo, H. B., & Co. 
Morris, C. G., & Co. 

Plumbers. 
Harris Hardware Co. 
Gay, W. R. 








Paul. F. G. & Bro. 








Jenkins, H. M.. Co. (Wholesale). 
Credle, W., & Co. 


Photographers. 
Baker Studio. 








Styron, A. R.. & Co. 


Printing Offices. 








Leggett, Z. N. 


Johnson Printing House. 








Ellison Bros. Co. (Wholesale). 


Daily News. 








Ellison, James, Co. (Wholesale.) 


Newspapers and Editors. 








Little, C. M. 


DAILY NEWS— J. L. Mayo. Editor. 








Harrison & Phillips. 


PROGRESS— W. K. Jacobson. Editor. 








Jackson & Rnberson. 


Real Estate Agents. 








Hardware Dealers. 


Harding, H. E., & Son. 








Mallison. W- C, & Co. 


Keais Real Estate Agency. 








McKeel-Richardson Hardware Co. 


Shingle Dealers. 








Harris Hardware Co. 


Eureka Lumber Co. 








Pegram & Watson. 

Hospitals. 


Moss Planing Mills. 

Taliors. 








Washington Hospital. 


Gabriel, G. 








S. R. Fowle Memorial Hospital. 


Wright, F. A. 








Insurance Agents. 


Undertakers and Embalmers. 








Studdert. G. J. (Life.) 


Southern Furniture Co. 








Bragaw, W.. & Co. (Fire and Life). 


Cherry Fur. Co. 








Williams, C. M. (Fire). 
Phillips. G. A. & Bro. (Fire). 


Veterinary Surgeons. 
Carrow, H. H. 








Mvers, J. & P B. (Fire). 


Wall Paper Dealers. 








Robbins, T. F. (Life.) 


Cotton, R. L. 








Jordan, Frank. (Life.) 


Harris, C. F. 








Jewelers. 


Proctor, J. R. 








Bell. W. M. 
Stewart. R. L. 










AURORA. 






Campbell. J. S. 

Laundries. 


Incorporated in 18S0. 








Population, 1910: White, 450; colored. 


350; 






Washington Steam Laundry. 


total, 800. 








Sing Lee. 


Value of real estate, $200,000; value of 


per- 






Lawyers. 


sonal property, $100,000. 








Small, McLean, Bragaw & Rodman. 


TAX RATE: 50c on the $100. 








Simmons & Vaughn. 


Town Officers. 








Harding, C. H. 


MAYOR— W. A. Thompson. 








Carter, H. C. 


POSTMASTER— E. T. Hooker. 








Daniel & Warren. 


CHIEF OF POLICE— C. H.- Roberson. 








Ward & Grimes. 


R. R. AGENT— D. L. Stubbs, Washington & 






Grimes, W. D. 


Vandemere. 








Long, T. S. 


MANAGER TELEGRAPH— D. L. Stubbs 


W. 






Rodman & Banner. 


U. 








McMullan, Harry. 


METHODIST— W. E. Troutman, Pastor. 








Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 


Kl'Isrul'Al. To P..' Supplied. 








Kugler Lumber Co. 


BAPTIST— To be supplied. 








Moss Planing Mill. 


PRESBYTERIAN— Vacant. 







BEAUFORT COUNTY. 






Druggists. 

Knight, C. V. 

Lawyers. 
Thompson & McLean. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— H. W. Smith, Prin. 
Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF AURORA— K. L. M. Bonner, 
Pri'S. ; O. M. Hooker, Cash. 
Doctors. 
Tayloe, A. K. 
Potter, W. T. 
Shubert, — . 

Insurance Agents. 
Bonner & Hooker. 

General Merchandise. 
Snell, M. B., & Co. 
Bryan, J. B., & Sons. 
Dixon & Bonner. 
Wilkerson, J. T.. & Co. 
Cuthrell, P. S., & Co. 
Hooker, W. H., & Bros. 
Cherry, F. F. 
Thompson, L. T. 
Gaskins. W. H. 
Shaban, H. 
Selby, S. T., & Co. 
Hollewcll, A. B. 
Bryant, W. T. 
Paul, T. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Aurora Hardware Co. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Williams, Me. 
Cuthrell. 

Livery Stables. 
Litcheld & Litcheld. 
Bonner, W. S. 
Bonner & Roberson. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Cherry, F. F. 
Jones, R. L.. Mfg. Co. 
Thompson Ginning Co. 

Barbers. 
Moore, W. W. 



BELHAVEN. 

Incorporated in 1899. 

Population, 1910: White, 2,375; colored. 
1,125; total, 3,500. 

Value real estate and personal property, 
$1,000,000. 

TAX RATE: 75c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— N. B. Mariner. 

ALDERMEN— C. T. Windley, D. W. Blount, 
R. W. Lucas, J. F. Bishop, F. L. Voliva. 

CLERK— F. S. Windley. 

POSTMASTER— D. L. Windley. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— O. J. Nye. 

R. R. AGENT— B. F. Steam, N. S. 

MANAGER EXPRESS AND TELEGRAPH— 
B. F. Steam. 

Ministers and Churches. 

EPISCOPAL— Claud Alligood, Rector. 

METHODIST— B. L. Jones, Pastu.. 

BAPTIST— H. R. Haight, Pastor. 

CHRISTIAN— J. Fred Jones (Temporary). 

PRESBYTERIAN— A. G. Anderson. 
Schools and Academies. 

GRADED— C. B. Garrett, Prin. 
Banks and Bankers. 

BANK OF BELHAVEN— O. P. Aycock. 
Pres. ; W. E. Stubbs, Cash. 
Doctors. 

Mariner, N. B. 

Windley, C. T. 

Bullock, W. J. 

Druggists. 

Gibbs. T. R. 

Owl Drug Co. 

Lawyers. 

Leigh, J. A. 

Tooly & McMullen. 

Martin, R. T. 



Insurance Agents. 
Stubbs & Snyder. 
Martin, W. G. 
Paul, M. C. 

General Merchants. 
Lesafky, D. 
Lee, Alex. 
Russ, W. A. 
White, H. G. 
Capps, W. L. 
McKeel, J. T. 
Windley, Geo. M. 
Smith. W. B. 
Lindsey, J. L. 
Bunch. E. E. * 
Cutrell, J. B. 
Terrell, F. G. 
Blount, D. W. 
Tarkington, U. W. 
Raiff Bros. 
Pugh, ,T. D. 
Sikes, B. J. 
McCabe, E. D. 
Belhaven Produce Co. 
Burgess, M. S. 
Murry, J. R. 
Oden, W. L. 
Lupton, Mrs. J. M. 
Union Mercantile Co. 
Burgess & Co. 
Henby, Jno. 
Kinhy, J. W. 
Muir, O. 
Harris, L. F. 
Bowen, W. H. 
Adler, Geo. 
Martin, II. W. 
Cutrell Bros. 
Clark, E. A.. & Co. 
Riddick, W. S. 
Gibbs, Millie. 
Gibbs, Mrs. W. W. 
Vnliva, F. L., Hardware Co. 
Smith, R. L. 
Bishop, J. F. 
Clark, Smith Co. 
Peele Bros. Co. 
Cutrell, A. B. 
Radcliff. W. H. 
Edwards. Cicero. 
Hooten, W. T. 
Collins, J. R. 
Spot Cash Grocery Co. 
Connor & Taylor. 

Fish and Oyster Dealers. 
Lupton, W. D. 
Montgomery, W. O. 
Wiliams, R. 

Grocers. 
Sawyer Grocery Co. (Wholesale). 
Carolina Distributin Co. (Wholesale). 
Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Hotel Carolina. 
Morgan House. 
Nobles, F. 
Phipp, B. N. 

Livery Stables. 
Baynor Fenner. 
Miller, A. 
Sears, W. J. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
John L. Roper Lumber Co. 
Windley, Milson (Saw Mill.) 
Woodside Lumber Co. 
Interstate Cooperage Co. 

Wilkinson, J. A. (Ice Factory and Electric 
Plant.) 
White, J. J. (Ship Railways.) 
.l.uvis. W. O. (Ship Railways). 
Belhaven Bottling Works. 
Tooly Alilling Co. (Grist Mill). 
Belhaven Grain Commission Co. (Grist Mill.) 

Jewelers. 
Bell. A. L. 
I Tatcm. H. N. 



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Newspapers and Editors. 
BELHAVEN CITIZEN— W. B. Woodward, 
Editor. 

Markets. 
Spmill, W. T. 
cm nil. A. B. 
Clark, .Smith Co. 
Smith, It. I.. 
Chirk, E. A., & Co. 
Capps, W. L. 
Bunch, E. E. 
Hi uley, Jno. 

Brokers. 
Knell, S. L., & Co. 
Belhaven Grain Commission' Co. 

Garages. 
Baynor, E. T. 

Undertakers. 
Kicks, J. W. 

Bakers. 
Houston, L. T. 

Blacksmiths and Machine Shops. 
Smith, A. G. 
Lamb, J. K. 
Cutler & Allen. 

Contractors. 
Lucas, R. W. 
Snell. H. L. 

Amusements. 
Belhaven Amusement Co. 

EDWARD. 

Incorporated in 1890. 

Population, 1910: White, 225; colored, 35. 

Value of real estate, $40,000; value of per- 
sonal property, $15,000. 

TAX BATE; 30c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— L. H. Redditt. 

POSTMISTRESS — Mrs. Mary B. Swindell. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— W. H. Edwards. 

R. R. AGEXT— J. L. James, A. C. L. 

MAXAGER TELEGRAPH— J. L. James, 
W. U. 

Ministers and Churches. 

EPISCOPAL— J. H. Crosby, Rector. 
BAPTIST — Xo Tastor. 
METHODIST— Xo Pastor. 
DISCIPLE — Raleigh Topping. 

Schools and Academies. 
HIGH— Wilbur H. Ross, Prin. 

Doctors. 
Kafer, O. O. 

General Merchants. 
Boyd, R. H. 
Edwards & Doughty. 
Redditt, L. H. 
Tripp. L. C. 
Bennett, A. D. 
Bennett, J. G. 
Edwards. J. U. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Hotel Edwards. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Redditt, L. H. (Gin. Saw Mill, Grist Mill). 
Edwards, A. M. (Grist Mill). 
Millinery Stores. 
Tripp, Mrs. L. C. 
Bennett, Mrs. A. D. 

Markets. 
Stilley, Hiram. 
Pender Bros. 
Bennett, X. T. 
Redditt, A. T. 

Shoe Shop. 
Edwards, Leon. 

Blacksmith Shops. 
Jones, W. H. 
Lamm, J. B. 
Bennett, J. G. 
Hardy, P. M. 



PANTEGO. 

Incorporated in 1SS0. 



Population, 1910: White, 200; colored, 151; 
total, 351. 
TAX RATE: 30c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
CONSTABLE— C. C. Spruill. 
MAYOR— C. P. Aycock. 
POSTMASTER— H. E. Ricks. 
R. R. AGENT— G. B. Ward. 

Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST— L. B. Jones, Pastor. 
CHRISTIAN— W. 0. Winfield. Pastor. 
BAPTIST— Rl-v. Haight, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
HIGH— F. Parker, I'rin. 

Doctors. 
Credle, E. S. 

Druggists. 
Credle, E. S. 

General Merchants. 
Aycock. C. P., Supply Co. 
Ricks Bros. 
Whitley, .1. E. 
Whitley, Thomas H. 
Jones. A. B. 
Topping. B. M. 
Shavender, W. H., & Co. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Thompson, B. F. 
Cullipher, T. R. 

Livery Stables. 
Jones, A. B. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Waters, E. S. (Saw Mill). 
Pantego Gin Co. 

Barber Shops. 
Nowarah, Joe, Prop. 



BATH. 

Incorporated in 1705. 

Population. 1910: White, 375: colored, 100; 
total. 475. 

Value of real estate. $30,000: value of per- 
sonal property, $15,000. 

TAX RATE: 25c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— J. T. Nicholson, Jr., 
POSTMASTER — W. A. Tankard. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— T. C. Paul. 
Ministers and Churches. 
EPISCOPAL— Howard Alligood, Rector. 
CHRISTIAX— W. O. Windneld, Pastor. 
METHODIST— J. J. Lewis. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED — Katie Bonner, Prin. 

Doctors. 
Nicholson. J. T. 

Druggists. 
Nicholson. J. T. 

General Merchants. 
Brooks, T. A. 
Mason. W. W. 
Skittletharpe. J. T. 
Tarkington, R. 
Windfield, W. O. 
Burbage, B. O. 
Dillon, L. S. 
Tankard. W. A. 

Marsh Matlison Sons (Farming Implements 
and Buggies). 

Grocers. 
Bath Grocery Co. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Hotel Waters. 

Livery Stables. 
Marsh, G. W. 
Burbage, W. S. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Brooks, T. A. (Lumber and Shingles). 

Confectionery Dealers. 
Burbage, B. O. 

Garages. 
Auto & Cycle Co. 



PINETOWN. 

Incorporated in 1907. 



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Population, 1914: 547. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— R. C. Waters. 
CHIEF OP POLICE— T. A. Berry. 
POSTMASTER— David Windley. 
R. R. AGENT— J. W. Dowdy, N. S. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— J. W. Dowdy, W. 
U. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON— H. H. Hun- 
ter. 

Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST— J. J. Lewis, Pastor. 
EPISCOPAL— C. B. Malone, Rector. 
MISSIONARY BAPTIST— Rev. J. M. Mc- 
Kenzie, Pastor. 

FREE-WILL BAPTIST— Jas. D. Boyd, Pas- 
tor. 
DISCIPLE — Rev. David Tindal, Pastor. 
OLD STYLE BAPTIST— N. H. Harrison, 
Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— W. M. Harrison, Prin. ; Neva 
Harrison, Patty Spruill. Assts. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
The Pinetown Hotel. 

Livery Stables. 
Jefferson, C. E. (Ford Livery). 
Waters, F. DeL. 
Respass, W. A. (Ford Livery). 

Brick Manufacturers. 
Waters, Lewis & Arthur. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Parker, Surry (Machine Works, Steam Log- 
ging Machines and Hoisting Engines.) 
Grist MiLs. 
Stubbs, R. L. 
Boyd, Geo. V. 

Boyd, Geo. V. 
Surry Parker. 



& Bro. 
Saw Mills. 
& Bro. 



Druggist. 

Hunter, H. H. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 
Respass, W. A. 
Wallace, Thomas. 
Waters, Reeves. 

Foundry, Iron and Brass Works. 
Surry Parker Machine Works. 



SOUTH CREEK. 
NEAREST R. R.— Aurora, 6 miles. Motor 

launch "Victor" leaves every Monday, Wed 
nesday and Friday morning for Washington. 
N. C, carrying passengers, express, etc., and 
returns same evening. 

Population, 1913: White, 280; colored, 46: 
total, 326. 

Value real estate, $48,000; value personal 
property, $12,500. 

TAX RATE: 20c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— Wliilldin Springer, Jr. 

COMMISSIONERS— Frank Snell, J. M. 
Messick. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— J. H. Harris. 

POSTMASTER— E. D. Springer. 
Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— Rev. McKenzie. Pastor. 
Schools and Academics. 

GRADED— Emily Guilford, Prin. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Tuthill, E. 

Ives, E. W. 

General Merch&r.ts. 

Oregon Supply Co. 

Tuthill, L. B. 

Williams, D. C. 

Springer, Whillden, Jr. 

McGee, J. W. 

Manufacturing Plains. 

Dixie Lumber Co. (Lumber and Grist Mill.) 



BERTIE COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, WINDSOR. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), 23,039. 

Formed in 1722. Named in honor of James and John Bertie. 

AREA — 618 square miles. 

Value or real estate. $3,359,922; value of personal property, $2,298,656.00. 

Property listed in 1914, by whites. $4,769,785.00; by negroes, $8S8, 793.00. 

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS— For whites, 51; for negroes, 52. 

TAX RATE — County purposes, 19c. on the $100; special roads, 20 l-3c. ; special to supple- 
ment school fund, 5c. 

PUBLIC ROADS — Number of miles, 1000. Worked bv taxation and old system. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 13.09 miles, assessed value $441,057.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 6,296.00 

Bertie Telephone Co., assessed value 1,7s: 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 4,034.20 

Chowan and Roanoke Telephone Co., assessed value 580.00 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 7.48 miles, assessed value 211,067.00 

United Telephone Co., assessed value 112. mi 

Wellington and Powellsville Railroad, 18 miles, assessed value 44,386.00 

Albemarle Steam Navigation Co.. assessed value 6.500.00 

Southern Railway — Rolling Stock, assessed value 17,769.00 

Fullman Co., assessed value 3.525.00 

Daniels Roanoke River Line, assessed value 2,000.00 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— February S, April 26, September 6, November 15. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— William L. Lyon, Wind- 
sor. 

SHERIFF— John W. Cooper. Windsor. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— S. W. Kenney, 
Windsor. 

TREASURER— Joseph J. Pruden. Windsor. 

CORONER — Jos. B. Ruffin, Powellsville. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— Dr. John L. Pritch- 
ard, Windsor. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— Herbert W. Earley, 
Windsor. 

SUPT. OF HOME— J. Fred Phelps, Windsor. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— M. B. Gillam, 
(chm'n), Windsor; J. Lawrence Harrington, 



Aulander: Estus White, Colerain. 

COMMISSIONERS— D. R. Britton. (chm'n). 
Coleraine: R. J. Shield, Windsor, Rfd. : J. B. 
Stokes, Windsor; J. S. Jenkins, Aulander; T. 
W. Griffin, Woodville. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— B. F. Renfrow, 
(chm'n) Lewiston; J. II. Etheridge, Merry Hill; 
O. \V. Austin. Aulander. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

WINDSOR TOWNSHIP— W. II. Sallenger, 
Windsor: P. H. Phelps, Aulander, E. F. I). : 
S. C. Cowand. Windsor: W. T. Heckstall, 
Windsor: T. Gilliam, Windsor: .1. 11. White, 
Windsor: K. Sallenger. Woodard; W. D. 
White, Windsor; A. C. Mitchell. Wind 



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MERRY IIII.l^ — R. J. Shield. Windsor, Kfd. ; 
Geo. A. Harden, Windsor, Kfd.; T. A. Smith- 
wick. Merry Hill: Jno. T. Keeter, Avoca; Geo. 
W. Capehart, Avoca. 

WHITES J. 11. Lawrence. Colerain; W. T. 
]). Evans. Merry Hill; J. ('. Bell, Merry Hill. 

COLERAIN — W. R. Rayner, Colerain: J. W. 
Rayner, Powellsvllle; W. S. Taylor, Powells- 
villo: .1. 15. Mitchell, Colerain; T. D. Holley, 
Colerain. 

ROXOBEL— C. L. L. Cobb, Kelford; W. J. 
WatSOIl, Koxoliel. 

MITCHELLS— Wm. A. 'enkins. J. L. Har- 
rington, Aulander; Moses R. Barnes, Cremo. 

SNAKE BITE— W. E. Ilarrell, Aulander, 
Rfd. ; Levi Hoggard. Windsor; Starkey E. Cas- 
per, Aulander, Kfd.; J. R. Cherry, J. S. Drew; 
M. T. Phelps. Aulander, Rfd. ; W. F. Early, 
Aulander, Kfd. 

.WOODVILLE— J. L. Harrington, Woodville; 
J. B. Saunders, Lewlston; J. T. Veale, Wood- 
ville: T. W. Griffin, Woodville; E. C. Pitman, 
Woodville. 

INDIAN WOODS— E. D. Spruill, Quitsna; 
Cahrles Bond, Windsor. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

BAPTIST— T. T. Speight, Windsor, Rfd.; S. 
B. Karnes, Colerain, Rfd. ; J. R. Matthews, 
Aulander, Rfd. 

SPECIAL SCHOOL TAX DISTRICTS. 

GRADED — Windsor, Aulander, Roxobel, Kel- 
ford, Lewiston, Woodville, Powellsville, Colerain, 
Woodard, Merry Hill, Exter. 

HIGH— Mars Hill. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Crumpler, E. L. , Merry Hill. 

McGoogan, B. J., Merry Hill. 

Ruffin. Jos. B.. Powellsville. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Spruill, C. W.. Quitsna. 

Merry Hill Supply Co., Merry Hill. 

Morris, J. P., Aulander, Rfd. 

Newborn, D. T., Askewville. 

Nicholls, J. B.. & Bro., Askewville. 

Capehart, W. R., Avoca and Merry Hill. 

Burden, W. G., & Co., Aulander. 

Bunch, S., Cahaba. 

Cowand, S. S.. Cremo. 

Early, A. J., Cremo. 

Nowell, J., Aulander. 

Evans, J. D., & Co., Merry Hill. 

Myers, L. 0., Powellsville. 

Ellis, J. J., Windsor. 

Cooper, G., Merry Hill. 

Phelps, A. B., & Son, Merry Hill. 

Smallwood, Mrs. M. E., Merry Hill. 

Brown, A. J., Merry Hill. 

Perry, W. B.. Merry Hill. 

Bunch, W. H., Powellsville. 

Freeman, R. L., Powellsville. 

Freeman, Chas., Powellsville. 

Alston, J. J., Powellsville. 

Rayner, M. L., & 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. 

Jones, W. R., Colerain. 

Cooper, Edward, & Sons, Sans Souci. 

Mitchell, T. C, & Co., Sans Souci. 

Tadlock, W. A., & Co., Woodard. 

Tayloe, L. J., Aulander. 

Tayloe, J. F., Merry Hill. 

Bazemore. J. G., Windsor. 

Carter, Wm., Windsor. 

Bell, H. M., & Bro., Merry Hill. 

White, E., Colerain. 

Henry & Morris, Colerain. 

Leary, F. W., & Bros.. Merry Hill. 

Xewsome & Evans, Colerain. 



Rosemead Lumber Co., Colerain. 
Wynns, Augustus, PowellsvilU. 

Cherry, .Mason, Windsor. 
Bazemore, H. W.. Windsor. 
Raggett, J. J., Cahaba. 
White, D. E., Cahaba. 
Speller, Andrew, Windsor. 
Smithwick, Jos. II.. Windsor. 
Evans, M. E., Sans Souci. 
White, L. T., Woodard. 
Barnacascel, R. 
Early, W. F., Aulander. 

COTTON GINS. 

Rascoe, A. S., Windsor. 
Gilliam, Thomas, Windsor. 
Spruill, C. W., Quitsna. 

Nicholls, J. B., & Bro., Askewville and Wind- 
or. 
Tayloe, J. F., Merry Hill. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Smithwick, W. R., Windsor. 
Dempsey, Mrs. J. H., Windsor. 
Gillam, Helen E., Windsor. 
Ray, Pearl, Windsor. 
Rice, Billie, Windsor. 
Mizell, Erma, Windsor. 
Sitterson, Maggie, Windsor. 
Keeter, Pearle, Merry Hill. 
Pruden, Chloe, Merry Hill. 
Phelps, May, Powellsville. 
Watson, Eva, Roxobel. 
Holder, Minnie, Colerain. 
Phelps, Celia, Powellsville. 
IN. well, Mary, Aulander. 
Smith, Mary, Kelford. 
Britt, Jesse Graham, Windsor. 
Gillam, Kate, Windsor. 
Bovven, Nellie, B. , Merry Hill 
White, Sophia, Merry Hill. 
Holloman, Rosa, Merry Hill. 
Barnes, Sallie, Lewiston. 
Truitt, Emma, Aulander. 
(.lover, Ruth, Colerain. 
Cooper, Annie, Roxobel. 
Herring, Annie, Roxobel. 
Pope, Thos. A., Kelford. 
Smith, C. G., Lewiston. 
Bullock, Ha, Lewiston. 
Ward, Mamie, Windsor. 
Parker, Eunice, Woodard. 
Bridger, Pauline, Powellville. 
Pierce, Ethel, Windsor. 
Asbell, Neppie, Windsor. 
Peele, Mrs. W. M., Au-lander. 
Truitt, Emma, Aulander 
Davis, Elnora, Aulander. 
Myers, Mrs. Grover, Aulander. 
Baker, Amanda, Colerain. 
Bridger, Mrs. T. H., Lewiston. 
Spoolman, Geo. C, Woodville. 
Jilcott, Minnie, Aulander. 
Cobb, Beulah, Aulander. 
Spirey, Florence, Woodville. 
Hoggard, Mrs. Clinton, Merry Hill. 
Powell, Mrs. W. L-, Windsor. 
Gaskins, Willie, Windsor. 
Godwin, Mrs. Edna Keeter, Ahoskie. 
Earley, Mrs. W. F., Aulander. 
Joyner, Hattie, Aulander. 
Britt, Annie, Windsor. 
Miller, Lucy, Windsor. 
White, Mrs. Rosa, Askewville. 
Myers, Myrtle, Askewville. 
Mitchell, Mrs. Magnolia. 
Holloman, Lillie, Merry Hill. 
Mizell, Lora, Powellsville. 
Tingsley, Hattie B., Woodard. 
Britt, Willie C, Merry Hill. 
Bunch, Lucretia, Merry Hill. 
Phelps. Mittie, Merry mil. 
Smithwick, Pauline, Merry mil. 
Lawrence, Sophia, Avoca. 
Cobb, Sue, Merry Hill. 
Farless, Fannie, Merry mil. 
Rhodes, G. W., Colerain. 



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Montague, Hazel, Colerain. 
I.eary, Amanda, Colerain. 
Harrell, Lillie, Colerain. 
White, Pearl O., Colerain. 
Page, Florence N., Povvellsville. 
Shields, Mary P., Povvellsville. 
Callihan, Mary, Powellsville. 
Bond, Sallie jr., Powellsville. 
Alston, Mary, Powellsville. 
Mnirhens. Margaret, Powellsville. 
Bullard, L. G., Aulander. 
Kullard, Mrs. L. G., Aulander. 
Carroll, Georgie, Aulander. 
Martin, Effle, Aulander. 
Morris, Myrtle, Aulander. 
Godsey, Blanche, Aulander. 
Dameron, Lillie, Aulander. 
Baxter, Grace, Ashewville. 
Tayloe, Annie H., Roxobel. 
Tarkentsn, Bessie, Kelford. 
Pruden, Mary, Kelford. 
Evans, Ruth, Kelford. 
Britton, Helen, Aulander. 
Chamble, Lillian. Aulander. 
Parker, Fannie, Windsor. 
Peele, Robera, Windsor. 
Tayloe, Hattie, Quitsna. 
Bazemore, Goldie, Windsor. 



WINDSOR. 

Incorporated in 1767. 

Population, 1910: White, 900; colored, 300; 
total, 1,200. 

Value real estate and personal property, 
$576,950. 

TAX RATE: 25c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— H. P. Sewell. 

POSTMASTER— Junius Pridgen. 

CONSTABLE— H. M. Castellow. 

R. R. AGENT— W. P. King. 

MANAGER TELEPHONE— Sol. Cherry. 
Ministers and Churches. 

METHODIST— L. D. Hayman, Pastor. 

EPISCOPAL— W. R. Noe, Rector. 

BAPTIST— D. P. Harris. Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 

GRADED— W. R. Smithwick, Prin. 
Banks and Bankers. 

BANK OF WINDSOR— T. Gillara, Pres. ; W. 
L. Lyon, Cash. 

CITIZENS BANK— E. S. Askew, Pres. ; M. B. 
Gillam, Cash. 

Doctors. 

Sawyer, Chas. J. 

Pugh, E. W. 

Pritchard, Jno. L. 

Nicholls, J. B. 

Druggists. 

Windsor Pharmacy Co. 

Mizell, I. M. 

Pugh, E. W. 

General Merchandise. 

Nicholls, J. B., & Bro. 

Stokes & Tadlock. 

Freeman. J. P. 

Gurley, T. P. 

Bazemore, R. C. 

Spivey, J. L. 

Rascoe, A. S. 

Mardre, J. J., & Bro. 

Perry, J. E. R., & Co. 

Bunch & Powell. 

Gilliam. J. B. 

Perry, P. T. 

Gillam, P. R. 

Harrell, 3. T. 

Burden, A. 

Modlin & Hobbs. 

Thomas, Geo. W. 

Grocers. 

Perry, Edward. 

Grant, C. L. 

Taylor, Rhodes. 

Williford, J. 



Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 

Cooke, C. A. (Clothing. S! 

Goldstieii, B. (Clothing, shoes, etc.) 

Furniture Dealers. 
Humphrey, Jno. W. 

5c. and 10c. Stores. 
Blanchard & Briggs. 

Milliners. 
Phelps.A. B .(Millinery and Ladies' Goods.) 
Hollomon, R. L. (Millinery and 1. 
Goods.) 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Hotel Pearl. 
New Windsor Hotel. 

Lawyers. 
Outlaw, A. B. 
Winston & Matthews. 
Johnson. W. I,'. 
Martin, J. B. 
Gilliam & Davenport. 
Nowell, J. II. 

Insurance Agents. 
Cherry, J. B. & Sol. 
Gillam, P. R. 
White, J. E. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
WINDSOR LEDGER (Weekly)— S. W. Ken- 
ney. Editor. 

Undertakers. 
Sewell, H. P. 
Dail, E. S. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Windsor Hardware Co. 
Bazemore, R. C. 

Dentists. 
Mizell, W. G. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Rhodes, E. (Saw Mill.) 

Bazemore, R. C. (Gin and Peanut Cleaning. ) 
Tadlock, J. E. (Gin.) 

Windsor Mfg. Co. (Barrel Staves and Head- 
ings. ) 

Albemarle Guano Co. 
Dail, E. S. (Buggies, Carts, etc.) 
Mizell, G. D. (Buggies, Carts, etc.) 
Taylor & Davis (General Repair.) 
Thompson, T. R. (General Repair.) 

Garages. 
Windsor Hardware Co. 
Bertie Machinery & Motor Works. 



AULANDER. 

Incorporated in 1885. 

Population, 1913: White, 900; colored, 150; 
total, 1,050. 

Value of real estate, $300,000; value of per- 
sonal property, $325,000. 

TAX RATE: One-fourth of 1 per cent., for 
town; One-half of 1 per cent., for schools. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— W. H. Mitchell. 

POSTMASTER— Royal E. White. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— G. C. Rogerson. 

R. R. AGENT— H. W. Gatling, A. C. L. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— H. W. Gatllng. 
W. U. 

Ministers and Churches. 

MISSIONARY BAPTIST— M. 1'. Davis. Pas- 
tor. 

CONGREGATIONAL— H. B. Parker, Pastor. 

METHODIST— Rev. Morris, Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 

GRADED— L. G. Bullard, Prin. 
Bank and Bankers. 

BANK OF AULANDER— C. W. Mitchell. 
Pres. ; J. E. Cooke. Cash 

Doctors. 

Harrell, W. J. 

Horton, E. H. 

Druggists. 

Rice, A. F. 

Harrell, E. C. 

Mitchell, W. G. 

Johnson, J. B. 



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General Merchandise. 

Burden, J. B. 

Burden. A. B. 

Burden, W. D., & Co. (Wholesale.) 

Greene & Bro. 

il.irrell. E. C. 

Mlnton, \V. T. 

Aulander Farmers' Union Co., Inc. 

Burden, A. L. 

White & Mitchell. 

White. T. J. 

Burden, J A. 

Mitchell. C W. 

.Mitchell. W. G. 

Peele, W. M. 

Williford, T. C. 

Rice, A. F. 

Pittman Mrs. W. II. 

Holloman, Mrs. J. T. 

Melton, Walter. 

Dunning, B. .1. 

Williford, J. A. 

Rogerson, G. C. 

Johnson, J. B. 

White, A. J. 

Parker, W. M. 

Hardware Dealers. 

Hoggard, W. D. 

Bell & Howard. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 

Parker, W. M. 

Melton, Walter. 

Rogerson, G. C. 

Melton, .Tos. 

Early, Hersey. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 

Herring, J. W., & Co. 

Bell & Howard. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Hotel Central. 

Hoggard's Boarding House. 

Williford House. 

Livery Stables. 

Cook, John R. 

Notaries Public. 

Early, H. L. 

Harrington, J. L. 

Real Estate Agents. 

The Dunning Co. 

Aulander Realty Co., Inc. 

Layton Realty Co. 

Burden, W. E. 

Mitchell, W. G. 

Insurance Agents. 

The Dunning Co. 

White, J. R. 

White. W. J. 

Burden, W. E. 

Mitchell, W. G. 

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.) 

House, J. J., & Co. (Building Material and 
Saw Mill). 

Urguahart Bro. (Saw Mill.) 
(Building Material and Saw Mill.) 

Bertie Cotton Oil Co., Inc. (Oil and Fertiliz- 
ers.) 

Herring, J. W„ & Co. (Carriage' Builders.) 

Bell. E. J. (Buggy Factory.) 

Wholesale Merchants. 

Burden, W. D., & Co. (Groceries.) 

Incorporated Companies, Not Manufactures. 

Aulander Live Stock & Supply Co.. H. Jen- 
kins, Mgr. 

The Bryant Timber Co.. R. J. Dunning, Pres. 

Aulander Farmers' Union Co., Inc. 

Local Branch Standard Oil Co., A. G. Lassi- 
ter, Supt. 



Hay, Grain and Feed. 
Taylor, W. A., & Co. 

Contractors and Builders. 
Rogerson & Harrington. 
It i.c-, E. L. 
Nichols, W. M. 

Dealers in Building Material. 
Nicholls, W. M. 
Boggard, W. D. 
Rogerson & Harrington. 

Sewing Machines and Fixtures. 
Burden, J. A., & Co. 
Modlin, W. H. 

Harness and Shoe Maker. 
Williams, James. 
Minton, N. S. 



colored 50 ; 



COLERAIN. 
Incorporated in 1871. 
Population, 1910: White, 300; 
total, 350. 

Value real estate, $100,000; value personal 
property, $20,000. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— Carl Sessoms. 
POSTMASTER— A. J. M. Perry. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— Wright Perrv. 
R. R. AGENT— C. L. Henry, Albemarle Steam 
Navigation Co. 
MANAGER TELEPHONE— L. A. No-well. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— R. B. Linebery, Pastor. 
METHODIST— C. N. Morris, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— G. N. Rhodes, Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF COLERAIN— L. A. Nowell, Pres., 
W. M. Sitterson, Cash. 

Doctors. 
Nowell, L. A. 

Druggists. 
No-well, L. A. 

General Merchandise. 
Beasley & Callis. 
Beasley, T. E. 
White, A. D. 
Henry & Adams. 
Morris, J. R. 
Stokes & Co. 
Britton. D. R., & Co. 
Perry, L. A. & L. D. 
Beasley, I. G. 
Beasley, W. H. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Hotel Earle (T. E. Beasley. Prop.) 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Beasley. W. H. (Saw Mill and Gin.) 

ROXOBEL. 

Incorporated. 

Population, 1913; White, 400; colored, none, 
total, 400. 

Value of real estate, $100,000- value of per- 
sonal property, $100,000. * 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— S. J. Gillikikn. 

COMMISSIONERS— A. Capehart, C. T. 
Peele, J. H. Peele. B. F. Bunkiit. 

POSTMASTER— Jas. T. Jilcott. 

R. R. AGENT— J. C. Knight, S. A. L. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— J. C. Knight, W. 
U. 

Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— J. W. Downey, Pastor. 

METHODIST— W. C. Merritt, Pastor. 

EPISCOPAL— M. Bethea, Rector. 
Schools and Academies. 

HIGH— Annie Tayloe, Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 

BANK OF ROXOBEL— A. Capehart, Pres.; 
G. B. Spivey, Cash. 

ROANOKE CHOWAN BANK— J. M. Jacobs, 
Pres. ; S. J. Fare, Cash. 



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Doctors. 
Jenkins. P. C. 
Capehart, A. 

Druggists. 
Fore & Co. 

General Merchandise. 
Peele, C. T. 
Barnes & Jilcott. 
Bunkitt & Co., Inc. 
Norfleet & Burnett. 
Jenkins & Son. 
Roxobel Supply Co. 
Capehart, Leroy. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Hotel Jarvis. 

Barber. 
Lassiter, J. A. 

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.) 
Cotton Gins. 

Harrell, C. T. 

Livermore, C. R., (Mfg. the Livermore Pea 
Picker. ) 

Peele, C. T. (Pea Nut Cleaner). 



KELFORD. 



C. L. ; 



Incorporated in 1902. 

Population, 1913: White, 350; colored, 175; 
total, 525. 

Value real estate $80,000; value personal 
property, $50,000. 

Tax Rate: 20c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— C. L. L. Cobb. 

POSTMASTER— B. Taylor. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— D. C. Minton. 

CLERK— J. H. Pritchard. 

R. R. AGENTS— H. R. Pender, A 
O. W. Parker, S. A. L. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— H. R. Pender. 
Ministers and Churches.- 

M. E. CHURCH— E. E. Rose, Pastor. 

MISSIONARY BAPTIST— John F. Cole, 
Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 

GRADED— B. T. Pope, Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF KELFORD— S. A. Norfleet, Pres. ; 
J. M. Norfleet, Cash. 

General Merchandise. 

Kelford Mercantile Corp. 

Dixon, P. C. 

Hedgepeth, Harrell. 

Tyler, P. C. 

Lowe & Co. 

Chrry, J. C. 

Norfleet, S. A. (Hardware.) 

Caphart & Co. (Wholesale. ) 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Kelford Hotel. 
Minton. 

Restaurants. 

Simmons Restaurant. 
Smith, H. S. 

Drayage. 

Tynes, Ernest. 

Manufacturing Plants. 

Brown, W. R. (Saw Mill.) 
Brown, G. T. (Gin and Grist Mill.) 
Hedgepth, Harrell (Gin.) 

Parker, George T. (Planing Mill and Vehicle.) 
Manufacturing Plant. ) 
Norfolk & Carolina Lumber Co. 
Kelford Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 



Live Stock. 
Brown & Minton. 



Leicester, Paul. 



Barbers. 



Livermon, J. L. 



Livery Stables. 



Sales Stables. 



Benthall, R. C. 

LEWISTON. 

Population, 1914: White, 602; colored, 460; 
total, 1,062. 

Value real estate, $200,000; value personal 
property, $150,000. 

Tax Rate: 20c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— J. L. Harrington. 
POSTMASTER— J. B. Saunders. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— 1). \V. Tinman. 
R. R. AGENT— H. O. Carlton, S. A. L. 

Ministers and Churches. 
EPISCOPAL— T. Bethea, Rector. 
BAPTIST— T. L. Brown, Pastor. 
METHODIST— J. A. Morris. Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
HIGH— C. G. Smith, Prin. : Mrs. Lee 
Bridgers, Bessie Bullock, Sallie Brown, Pearle 
Britt, Assts. 

Banks and Bankers. 
LEWISTON BANK— Waylaiul Mitchell, Pr.s. ; 
J. N. Hoggard, Cash.; T. N. Peele. Asst. 
Cash. 

Doctors. 
G arris, Frank H. 

General Merchandise. 
Cherry, J. H. 
Bazemore, Perry. 
Bazemore, J. K., & Son. 
Lewiston Supply Co. 
Bazemore W. S. 
Minton & Bridgers. 
Saunders, J. B. 
Harrell, .1. A. 
Brett, Geo. T. 
Newbern. R. W. 
Tillery, J. C. 
Dunning & Cobb. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Williams, Mrs. Amelia. 
Rawles, R. W. 

Livery Stables. 
Williams, Mrs. A. 
Rawles, R. W. 
Carlton, H. O. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Morris & Bros. 

Lawyers. 
Craig. Fanning. 

Drug Stores. 
Garris, Frank H. 

Barber Shops. 
Burkett, P. C. 



WOODVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1911. 

Population, 1914: White, 210; colored, 92; 
total, 302. 

Value real estate, $45,985;, value personal 
property, $45,S55. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— E. C. Pitlman. 

COMMISSIONERS— W. F. Morris. 
Garris, G. S. Norfleet, T. W. Griffin, 
Urquhart. 

CONSTABLE— A. J. Morris. 

POSTMASTER— W. D. Garris. 

R. R. AGENT— H. O. Carlton. 

MANAGER EXPRESS AND TELEGRAPH- 
H. O. Carlton. 

Ministers and Churches. 

EPISCOPAL— W. Bethea. Rector. 



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Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— G. C. Spoolman, Prin. 

Hotels und Boarding Houses. 
Rawls. J. C. 

Merchants. 
Morris, U. S., & Bros. 
Renfrow ,\ (..irris. 



Britton, J. E. 
Norfleot, G. S. 
Rawls, J. C, & Co. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Roanoke Lugging Co. 

Morris, U. S., .V Bros. 
Brown, C. W. 



BLADEN COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT. E LI2ABETHT0WN. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), IS, 0116. 

Formed in 1734. Named in honor of Martin Bladen. 

AREA — 900 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $2,724,22.1; value of personal property. $1,541, 495. 

Property listed In L912, by whites; $3,610,009; by negroes. $462,521. 

NUMBER OP SCHOOLS — For whites, 70: for negroes, 47. 

TAX RATE — County purposes, 19c. on the $100. 

RAILROAD. TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Pullman Company, assessed value $ 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company, assessed value 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 32.80 miles, assessed value 

Consolidated Telephone Company, assessed value 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 

Bladen Telephone Company, assessed value 

Western Union Telegraoh Co. . assessed value 

Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad, 24.25miles, assessed value 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 

Merchants and Farmers Steamboat Company, assessed value 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS — January 4, March S, August 9 (civil), October 18 



6,993.84 

1,332.00 

926,800.00 

369. (Ml 

10,353.00 

550.00 

6,096.75 

72 750.00 

3,018.80 

5,000.00 

(civil). 



COUNTY OFFICERS 

CLERK OF COURT— W. J. Davis, Elizabeth- 
town. 

SHERIFF— J. M. Clark, Elizabethtown. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— R. J. Hester, Eliza, 
bethtown. 

TREASURER — A. McA. Council, White Oak. 

CORONER— N. P. Liles. 

SURVEYOR — Rufus Dixon. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— L. B. Evans, Clarkton. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS — B. J. Cromartie. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— C. P. Parker, 
Garland; A. M. Kelly, Abbottsburg; W. H. G. 
Lucass (chm'n), White Oak. 

COMMISSIONERS— N. A. Currie, (chm'n), 
Clarkton; J. D. Beatty, Ivanhoe; A. L. Tatum, 
White Oak. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Gus Bullard, Cam. Pait, R. E. F. Cook, Ab- 
bottsburg; M. C. Kinlaw, Richardson, Rfd. ; 
C. W. King, Dublin; B. F. Kinlaw, Richard- 
son, Rfd. ; D. E. Hester, Monroe Hester, 
Bladenboro: John D. Burney, Elkton; H. P. 
Miffiean, Clarkton; J. W. Ward, Clarkton; 
T. M. Maultsby, J. B. McFodyen, West- 
brook; S. M. Newell, Council: J. A. Ellis, 
Yorick; W. C. Sutton, Eliabethtown; R. P. 
Tatum, Yorick; J. W. Marsburn, White Lake: 
J. L. Peierson, Sand Bluff; J. F. Johnson, 
White Lake; Harmon Robinson, W. R. Smith, 
Garland; J. T. Long, Tomahawk; Temple 
Stanton, M. R. nester, G. B. Johnson, Ehza- 
bethtown; A. F. Squires, Notmore; G. W. Cor- 
bett, Jr., Currie: Gilead Smith, Kelly. 

HOLLOW TOWNSHIP— C. H. Brisson, C. H. 
Waterson, B. C. Devane. 

LAKE CREEK— Harvey Sutton, W. C. John- 
son, George Russ. 

TURNBULL— J. G. Melvin, J. W. Smith, 
L. D. Melvin. 

WHITE'S CREEK— D. L. Blue, A. J. Priest, 
Joe Guyton. 

WHITE OAK— T. B. Melvin, N. A. Layton, 
W. S. Smith. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

PRESBYTERIAN— R. A. Lapsley, Jr., Clark- 
ton. 

BAPTIST — R. M. Hilburn. Bladenboro. 

METHODIST— Dr. Reid, White Oak. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

WHITE OAK ACADEMY. 



PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWN. 
Lucas, W. H. G., White Oak. 
Cromatie, R. S., Garland. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS 
McNeil & Gillespie, Dublin. 
Maultsby, T. N., Westbrook. 
Clark, A. A., Rosindale. 
Parker, C. P., Garland. 
Smith, G. H. White Oak. 
Carter, D. A., & Bro., Jerome. 
Gaddie, D. N-, & Co., Tommahawk. 

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 MILLS. 
Clarkton Lumber Co., Clarkton. 
Bridger, Co., Bladenboro. 
Register, C. B., Tomahawk. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Edge, Mrs. Margaret, White Oak. 
Cain, Sudie M., White Oak. 
Edge, Florence, White Oak. 
Holland, Alma, Fayetteville, R. 3. 
McCulloch, Maggie, White Oak. 
McCulloch, Robbie, White Oak. 
Owen, Alice, White Oak. 
Owen, Elbert, White Oak. 
Hilburn, Stella, Rosindale. 
Howell, Mrs. Blanche, White Oak. 
Dunham, Maggie, White Oak. 
Smith, Mrs. Kate, Clarkton. 
Smith, Ethel, Clarkton. 
Smith, Katie, Clarkton. 
(lark, Mrs. J. L. , Rosindale. 
Whitted, Emmie, Elizabethtown. 
Johnson, Helen, Elizabethtown. 
Johnson, Graham, Elizabethtown. 
Johnson, Alonzo, Elizabethtown. 
Johnson, Sam, Elizabethtown. 
Johnson, Nina, Elizabethtown. 
Downing, Mattie, Elizabethtown. 
Downing, Bettie, Elizabethtown. 
Johnson, Caroline, Richardson. 



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Johnson, Isla, Richardson. 

McLeod, Katie, Elizabethtown. 

Singletary, Lilian, Bladenboro. 

West, J. B. Yoriek. 

Jones, Mae. White Oak. 

Melvin, Kate. White Oak. 

Johnson, Sudie B., Fayetteville, K. S. 

Melvin. Thaxton, White Oak. 

Cain. Blanche, White Oak. 

Herring. Eulee, Parkersburg. 

Johnson, 11a. Elizabethtown. 

Burney, Bertha, Clarkton. 

Cain, J. S., Jr., White Oak. 

Johnson, Mildred, Elizabethtown. 

Melvin, Gertrude, White Oak. 

Dobson, Edith. White Oak. 

Cain, Grade. White Oak. 

Charles, L. R., White Oak. 

Johnson. Mary, Elizabethtown. 

Marshburn, Mrs. J. W., Elizabethtown, Rfd. 

Marshburn. Nettie, Elizabethtown, R. F. D. 

West. E. J.. Council. 

Guye. Mamie. White Oak. 

Melvin, M. L.. White Oak. 

Bradlv. Kanella, Westbx'ok. 

Ellis, Mary C Yoriek. 
Ellis, Mary L., Yoriek. 

Ellis, Lucy, Yoriek. 

Bayfield. Minerva, White Oak. 
Rayfield. Georgia, White Oak. 
Rayfield, Rebecca,, White Oak. 
Kelly, Eva, Clarkton. 
Ward, Mary, Clarkton. 
Guyton, Clara. Clarkton. 
Harding, Bessie, Clarkton. 
Williams, Lila. Clarkton. 
Critcher, Hilda. Clarkton. 
Evans, W. McD . Abbottsburg. 
Burney, Leola W.hite Oak. 
Melvin, Olella. White Oak. 
Shaw. Tom, Elkton. 
Shaw, H. F., Elkton. 
Shaw, Isabelle. Elkton. 
Shaw, Sadie. Elkton. 
Garden. Reva. Currie. 
Monroe. Margaret. Tar Heel. 
McNeill, Jones, Dublin. 
Suggs, Emma. Abbottsburg. 
McKay. Isabelle, Rosindale. 
Deamon, Gurtha. Bladenboro. 
Michael, Jewell, Bladenboro. 
Howard. F. E. Abbottsburg. 
Bates. J. A., Bladenboro. 
Corbett, Mary J., Ivanhoe. 
Beatty, Geo., Ivanhoe. 
Beatty, Mrs. Geo.. Ivanhoe. 
Leonard, Sudie. Kerr. 



ELIZABETHTOWN. 

Population. 1910: White. 175; colored, 75; 
total, 250. 

Valire real estate. $80,000; value personal 
prorjerty, $40,000. 

TAX RATE: 1 mill on $1. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— .7. A. Lyon. 
POSTMASTER— E. J. Sutton. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— W. E. Hall. 
Postal. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— J. M. Fleming, Pastor. 
PRKSBY'TERIAN— W. W. Davidson, Pastor. 
METHODIST— E. C. Ellers. Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
ELIZABETHTOWN ACADEMY— Mrs. J. L. 
Clark, Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF ELIZABETHTOWN— J. B. Clark. 
Pres. : Ralph Baring, Cash. 
Doctors. 
Robinfon, N. % 
Liles. N. P. 



Lawyers. 
Clark, J. B. 
White, K. S. 
Lyon. J. A. 
Pait. A. N. 
.McCulloch, E. F., Jr. 

Druggists. 
Whitted Drug Co. 

General Merchants. 
Smith, D. L. 
Davis. W. J. 
Hales, T. H. 
Melvin. G. F., & Co. 
Shepherd, J. R. 
Clark, J. H., & Co. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Sutton House. 
Hotel Elizabeth. 
Hall House. 

Livery Stables. 
Butler, T. V. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Elizabethtown Manufacturing Co. (Brick, lum- 
ber, shingles, etc.) 

Barnhill Manufacturing Co. (Wagons, carts, 
buggies, etc.) 

Clark Bros. (Gins). 



ABBOTTSBURG. 

Incorporated in 1903. 

Population, 1913 (estimated): White, 125; 
colored. 90; total, 215. 

Value real estate and personal property, 
$29 630 

TAX RATE: 1 mill on the $1. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— H. H. Clark. 
POSTMASTER— E. E. Craven. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— D. G. Skipper. 
R. R. AGENT— S. A. L. Johnson. S. A. L. 

Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST— N. L. Seabolt, Pastor. 
BAPTIST— Rev. Sentelle, Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 
HIGH— F. E. Howard. Prin. 

General Merchants. 
Clark. McAulay & Co. 
Johnson. S. A. L. 
Hobbs, P. H. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Hall. J. L. (Repair Shop and Mill). 
Hood, G. H. (Repair Shop and Corn Mill). 



BLADENBORO. 

Incorporated in 1901. 

Population, 1910: White, 350; colored, 100; 
totil. 450. 

Value real estate, $100,000; value personal 
property, $60,000. 

TAX RATE: 15c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR — J. G. Freeman. 
POSTMASTER— A. A. Hilburn. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— E. A. Morris. 
R. R. AGENT— C. A. Shaw, S. A. L. 
MAXAGER TELEGRAPH— C. A. Shaw, 
W. XJ. 

Ministers and Churches. 
PRESBYTERIAN— J. E. L. Winscoff. 
BAPTIST— F. P. Hedgpeth. Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
HIGH— B. E. Goode, Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF BLADENBORO— H. C Bridger. 
Pres.; H. C. Bridger, Jr., Cash. 
Doctors. 
Norman, J. S. 

Insurance Agents. 
Bridger, II. C. Jr. 

General Merchants. 
Pait A. E. 
Bridger Co. 

Bladenboro Racket Store. 
Bladenboro Bargain House. 



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Hotols and Boarding Houses. 
Wlsoo Hotel. 
Thompson, R. C. 
Jordan, J. D. 
Dever, C. W. 

Livery Stables. 
llillmrn, A. A. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Bladenboro Planing Mill Co., (Saw Mill). 
Bladenboro Cotton Mills. 
Bladenboro Novelty Works. 

CLARKTON. 

Incorporated in 1901. 
Population. 1910: 36S. 

Value real estate, $85,000; value personal 
property, $75,000. 

TAX RATE: 16 2-3c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— E. C. Clark. 
POSTMASTER— O. H. Currie. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— H. N. Russ. 
R. R. AGENT— .1. A. Huffham, S. A. L. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— J. A. Huffham, 

w. u. 

Ministers and Churches. 
PRESRYTERIAX— R. A. Lapsley, Jr., Pastor. 
BAPTIST— Angelo Porter, Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 
HIGH— J. T. Pharr, Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF BLADEN— L. B. Evans, Pres. ; 
E. C. Clark, Cash. 

Doctors 
Clark, G. L. 
Evans, L. B. 

Druggists. 
Clark &• Evans. 

General Merchants. 

Currie N. A. 
Clark, O. L., Co. 
Cash Racket Store. 
Cash Bargain House. 
Clark, W. S., & Co. 
Brown & Co. 



Huckabee, R. I.. 
Hayes Swindel. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Clarkton Hoi 

Insurance Agents. 
Clark. E. C. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
BLADEN JOURNAL (Weekly)— Sam Meares. 
Editor. 

Livery Stables 
Clark, J. H., & Co. 
Owen, S. W. 

Cox, E. J.. & Co.. (Sales Stables). 
Manufacturing Plants. 

Stout Bros. Lumber Co. 
Clarkton Ginning Co. 
Banner, W. H. 

COUNCIL. 

Incorporated in 1905. 

Population. 1914: 104. 

Value real estate, $62,965. 

TAX RATE: 20c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— S. M. Newell. 

COMMISSIONERS— W. B. Hobbs, W. E. 
Flake, E. B. Council. 

POSTMASTER— A. H. Holmes. 

R. R. AGENT— E. Meares, S. A. L. 

MANAGER EXPRESS AND TELEGRAPH— 
E. Meares. 

Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— J. J. Porter, Pastor. 

METHODIST— W. E. Brown. Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 

PUBLIC— Prof. Carr. Prin.; Beth Blue, 
Asst. 

Doctors. 

Holmes, A. B. 

General Merchants. 

Grimsley, G. S. 

Powell & Nicholson. 

Flake, W. E.. & Co. 

Porter, L. P. 

Hobbs. Squires, Grimsley & Co. 

Holmes, A. G. 



BRUNSWICK COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, SOUTHPORT. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), 14. 434. 

Formed in 1764. Named in honor of the Duke of Brunswick. 

AREA— 950 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $2,477,0S2; value of personal property, $837,999; bank stock, $79,544. 
domestic corporation, $4,486. 

Property listed in 1914, by whites, $2,993,590; by negroes, $314,397. 

TAX RATE— County purposes, 36 2-3c. on the $100. 

County bonded debt. $12,000. 

PUBLIC ROADS — Number of miles, about 750. Worked under old State law. In Smith- 
ville, Shallotte, Lockwoods, Folly and Town Creek Townships; some of the highways are im- 
proved by a special bond fund and tax. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Pullman Co.. assessed value $ 5.605.00 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 12.77 miles, assessed value 430,275.00 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 12.24 miles, assessed value 345,382.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value S, 277. 00 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. assessed value 7,182.35 

Wilmington Towing Co., assessed value 15,000.00 

Southport and Little River Telephone Co.. assessed value 600.00 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 10.122.00 

Postal Telegraph -Cable Co., assessed value 875. 70 

Wilmington, Brunswick and Southern Railroad 80,534.00 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— March 15, August 23 (civtl), October 11. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

OF COURT— A. T. McKeithan, 



CLERK 
Southport. 

SHERIFF— J. E. Robinson. Supply. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— Geo. H. 
Southport. 

TREASURER— C. A. Russ, Shallotte. 

CORONER— W. R. Goley. Shallotte. 



Gray, 



SURVEYOR— A. J. Brown. Shallotte. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— J. A. Dosher, South- 
port. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— M. C. Guthrie, South- 
port. 

SUPT. OF HOME— C. H. Hickman, South- 
port. 



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BOARD OF EDUCATION— J. B. Kuark, 
(chm'n), Southport; J. L. Simmons, Iredell; F. 
E. Galloway. 

COMMISSIONERS— John J. Knox, LeLand; 
John A. Stanley, Shallotte; Ezekiel Little, 
Freeland. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— Peter Rourk, 
Shallotte (chm'n), J. Johnson. Winnabow; J. 
E. Douglass, Cronly. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
SMITHVILLE— W. C. Armstrong, South- 
port; Frank P. Lennon, Supply; F. H. Wil- 
lard. Suburb; David Ward, S. W. Smith, 
Suburb; W. T. Pinner, Southport; S. P. 
Tharpe, Southport. 

LOCKWOODS FOLLY— A. Morris Mc- 
Keithan, Shallotte; Daniel Robinson, Supply; 
W. E. Dilsaver, Supply; Geo. B. Phelps, Sup- 
ply; D. E. Robinson, Supply; A. T. Hewett, 
J. W. Lancaster, F. P. White, W. N. Kirby, 
David H. Caison, L. II. Phelps, Supply. 

SHALLOTTE— Thomas L. Long, Iredell; 
John H. Grissett, Shallotte, McD. McLamb, 
Iredell; W. F. Pierce, Seaside; R. W. Sellers. 
Shallotte; H. M. Benton. Sam Hickman, 
Iredell; E. L. Stanley. Shallotte. 

NORTHWEST— W. T. Robbins, C. W. Har- 
rell, W. C. Lennon. Phoenix; J. T. Roper, Le 
Land; J. P. Murrell. Phoenix. 

TOWN CREEK— Jesse B. Atkinson, Winna- 
bow; I. H. Smith, Le Land; A. M. Beck. 
Winnabow; G. H. Bellamy, G. M. McKeithan. 
Town Creek; P. S. Haws, E. R. Outlaw, E. O. 
Rabon. 

WACCAMAJJ T — J. A. Phelps, Ash; 3. D. 
Bennett, Exuni: J. G. Smith, Ash; B. I. 
Jenrette, Regan; D. B. Edwards, Exum; D. B. 
Long, Ash. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

BAPTIST— D. L. Hewett, Shallotte; A. W. 
Clemmons, Supply; J. O. Mizzell, Shallotte. 

METHODIST— Rev. Beasley, Shallotte; Rev. 
Caraway, Town Creek. 

PRESBYTERIAN— To be supplied- 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

REGAN ACADEMY— Regan. 

FUNSTON ACADEMY— Funston. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Goodman, E. G., Town Creek. 

Stone, J. A., Shallotte. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Chinnis, A. M., Phoenix. 

Medlin, W. T., Phoenix. 

Kirby, A. S., Phoenix. 

Evans, E. V.. Leland. 

Adams, W. G., Leland. 

Williams, S. F., Leland. 

Rabon, John, Winnabow. 

Tharp. W. H., Winnabow. 

Walker, L., Town Creek. 

Walker, W. H., Town Creek. 

Lewis, W. D., Winnabow. 

Kirby, G. W., Supply. 

Galloway. Richmond. Supply. 

Brooks, George E., Seaside. 

Brooks, George E.. & Co., Iredell. 

Rourk Bros., Shallotte. 

Mintz & Mintz, Mill Branch. 

Hewett, Harry. Supply. 

Vamum. W. H.. Supply. 

Galloway. F. E., Supply. 

Smith. G. V., Ashe. 

Babson, J. L., Excelsior. 

Waccamaw Lumber Co., Makatoka. 

Edwards & Edwards. Exum. 

Dutton. W. J., Regan. 

Coleman, W. R., Ash. 

Milliken, I. C. Shallotte, Rfd. 

Robinson, Warren, Shallotte. 

Robinson, Warren, Supply, Rfd. 

King, J. W-, Excelsior. 

Shallotte Trading Co., Shallotte. 



White, F. P., Shallotte. 
White, M. L., Shallotte. 
Holden, E., & Son. Shallotte. 
Stanley, J. A., Shallotte. 
Shallotte Drug Co.. Shallotte, 
Bennett, A. M., Makatoka. 

COTTON GINS. 
Walker, L., Town Creek. 
Hewett, D. G., & Co.. Shallotte. 
Johnson. J.. Winnabow. 
Galloway, Richmond. 
Rourk Bros., Shallotte. 
Brooks. George E., Seaside. 
Price, W. A.. Southport. 

SHINGLE MILL. 
Waccamaw Shingle Co.. Bolivia. 
Sykes, J. W., Winnabow. 

SAW MILLS. 
Walker. L.. Town Creek. 

Town Creek R. R. & Lumber Co., Town Creek. 
Waccamaw Shingle Co., Bolivia. 
Henry, J. S.. Winnabow. 
Sellers, E-, & Son. Supply. 
Galloway, Richmond, Supply. 
Chinnis, A. M., Phoenix. 
Goodman, E. G., Town Creek. 
Thomas. A. P., Shallotte. 

TURPENTINE DISTILLERIES. 
Goodman, E. G., El Paso. 
Walker, L., Town Creek. 
Lewis, W. D.. Winnabow. 
Harrelson & Co., Funston. 
Smith. S. W., Suburb. 
Galloway, Richmond, Supply. 
Robinson. J. E., Supply. 
Brooks, G. E., Seaside. 
Ruark Bros.. Shallotte. 
Mintz & Mintz, Mill Branch. 

King Bros., Excelsior. 

Thompson, T. M.. Southport. 

Hewett Bros, Shallotte. 

White. F. P.. Shallotte. 

Babson, J. L., Excelsior. 

BRICK KILN. 

Knox & Robbins, Leland. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Pearce, W. F., Shallote. 

Ward, Luther, Regan. 

Hickman, R. B., Wampee, S. C. 

McLamb, M. D., Iredell. 

Hemingway. Lina, Shallotte. 

Ward. May, Suburb. 

Long, J. M.. Exum. 

Rowell. Margaret, Phoenix. 

Edwards, D. B., Exum. 

Little. Jesse, Makatoka. 

Ross, H. M., Excelsior. 

Burrows. Bessie. Southport. 

Inman, A. N.. Freeland. 

Russ, K. E., Supply. 

Holoman. Pearl, Shallotte. 

Edwards, Olivia. Exnm 

Ruark, Ruth, Shallotte. 

Newton, Lottie M., Southport. 

Swain, Mrs. Clyde. Southport. 

Potter, W. Sally. Winnabow. 

Mills. Bessie. Lanvale. 

Faust, J. E., Wampee. R. F. D. S. ( 

Adams, Mary 1-., Leland. 

Swain. Mrs. Lily V.. Southport. 

Cannon, Mabel. Town Creek. 

Frink, Annie, Shallotte. 

Ballard, Jewell. Winnabow. 

Lewis, R. F., Bolivia. 

Swain, Margaret. Suburb. 

Williams. Daisy D., Bolivia. 

Welsh, Ada B., Shallotte. 

Colib. Ola R . Supply 

Shaw, Zara, Supply. 

Price, L. M.. Mrs., Southport. 

Moore. Kdua. Southport. 

ROSS, H. M., Ash. 



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Edwards, Clossie, Bolivia. 
Guyton, Clara, Supply. 
Smith, E. II.. Shallotte. 
Mercer, Maggie 10. . I'.olivia. 
Jenrette, Una, Regan. 
Relde, Bertha, Winnabow. 
Tharp, Susie. Bolivia. 
Newton, Josephine, Southport. 
Dutton, Mary, Regan. 
Edwards, Maggie, Bxum. 
Baldwin, Carrie I).. Supply. 
Dosher, Mary, Southport. 
Nance, Miss, C. H., Shallotte. 
Cameron, A. B., Leland. 
Cami ron, A. B., Mrs., Leland. 
St George, Eva, Southport. 
Little, Vander, Supply. 
Jenrette, Walter, Regan. 
Jenrette. Letha, Regan. 
Dutton, Lucy, Regan. 
Clemmons, Bessie, Supply. 
Wallin, J. N. Winnalow. 



SOUTHPORT. 

Population, 1910: 1,600. 
White polls, 161; colored polls, 68. 
Value real estate, $4S2,250; value personal 
property, $119,386. 

Tax rate: 85c. on the $100. 
Floating debt, $3,000. 
R. R. Bonds, $15,000. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— Price Furpless. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— Cecil Lewis. 
CLERK— G. F. Brew. 
TREASURER— Q. J. Pepper. 
TAX COLLECTOR— H. L. Keith. 
ATTORNEY— Cramer & Davis. 
REGISTRAR VITAL STATISTICS— S. P. 
Tharp. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— J. A. Dosher. 
POSTMASTER— R. S. Newton. . 
R. R. & EXPRESS AGENT— H. E. Good- 
win, W. B. & S. 

TELEPHONE MANAGER— S. D. Lucas. 
Wilmington, Southern Bell; W. H. Stone, 
Little River, Southport & Little River Co. 
Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— C. N. Phillips, Pastor. 
EPISCOPAL — Rev. Moody, Rector. 
METHODIST— LOCAL— W. R. Ferguson. 
PRESBYTERIAN— Rev. Maxwell. 
Schools and Academies. 
STATE HIGH— R. E. Ransom. Prin. 
Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Clemmons House, (Mrs. Perkins, Prop. 
Grimes, Mrs. G. C. 
Fountain. Mrs. J. B. 
Stuart House. 

Architects. 
Furpless, Price. 
Bobbins, A. J. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF SOUTHPORT— T. C. Cooper, 
Pres. ; D. O. Daniel, Cash. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
Hood. H. W. 
Ruark & Carr. 
Ruark, G. H, & Co. 

Building and Loan Associations. 
Southport Building and Loan Association. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 
Greer, B. F. 

Confectionery Dealers. 
Watson Pharmacy Co. 
Leggitt, P. O. 
Hood Bros. Co. 

Contractors and Builders. 
Bobbins, A. J. 
Furpless, Price. 
Drew, G. F. 
Peterson, A. E. 



Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 
Hood, H. W. 
Ruark, Geo. II., & Co, 
Dentists. 
Keith, H. L. 

Bakeries. 
Perkins Bakery. 

Druggists. 
Watson Pharmacy Co. 
Leggitt, P. O. 

Doctors. 
Dosher, J. A. 
Ward, Hugh ]>. 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
Ruark. Geo. H., & Co. 
Hood. H. W. 
Ruark & Carr. 

Fruit Dealers. 
Hood Bros. Co. 

Fish Dealers. 
Dosher, T. Hoyle, Co. 
St. George, Wm„ & Son. 
Grocers. 
Ruark & Carr. 
Hood Bros. Co. 
Bowman, W. A. 
Holden, B. J. 
Phillips, C. N. 
Fountain, J. B. 
Evans, J. R. 
Wilson. Julius. 
McKenzie, Willie. 

Barbers. 
Tharp, P. C. 
Weeks, W. J. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 
Bowman, W. A. 
Russ, J. H. 
Bowman & Davis. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Hood Bros. Co. 

Insurance Agents. 
Stevens, E. B. (Fire and Life). 
Pyke. W. H (Fire and Life). 
Daniels, D. O. (Fire and Life). 

Lawyers. 
Ranson, R. E. 
Taylor, C. Edward. 
Cranmer & Davis. 
Ruark, J. W. 

Paint Dealers. 
Hood Bros. Co. 

Printing Offices. 
News Printing Co. 

Real Estate Agents. 
Stevens, E. B. 
Pyke. W. H. 
Loughlin, J. J. Loughlin. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
SOUTHPORT NEWS— G. E. Clark, Editor. 

Livery Stables. 
Fountain, J. B. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Armstrong, W. C. 

Civic Bodies. 
SOUTHPORT COMMERCIAL ASSOCIATION 
— M. C. Guthrie, Pres.; C. L. Stevens, Sec. 

SOUTHPORT CIVIC CLUB— Mrs. C. Ed. 
Taylor, Pres. ; Mrs. Carrie Doslier, Sec. ; 
Mary Ruark, Librarian. 

Theatres. 
Amuzu. 

Oil and Gasoline Dealers. 
Gause, C. E. (Agency Cape Fear Oil Co.) 



BOLIVIA. 

Incorporated in 1911. 

Population, 1914: White, 200; colored 14; 
total, 214. 

Value of real estate $25,000; value of per- 
sonal property, $12,000. 

TAX RATE: 10c. on the $100; 32c. on the 
poll. 



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Town Officers. 
MAYOR— J. H. Knox. 
CLERK— C. N. Leonard. 
CHIEF OP POLICE— A. W. Murrell. 
R. R. & EXPRESS AGENT— C. H. Byrne. 
POSTMASTER— J. C. Mazell. 

Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST— P. L. Carroway. 
BAPTIST— Paul Brit. Pastor. 
General Merchants. 
Mercer, J. F. 
Edwards, G. L. 
Lewis, F. L. 
Leonard, C. N. 
Mercer, R. E. (Furniture). 
Gore, J. E. (Meats and Fish). 

Livery Stables. 
Murrell, A. W. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Long, Joel. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
McKeithan, W. O. (Saw Mill). 
Waccamaw Shingle Co. (Saw Mill). 



SHALLOTTE. 

Incorporated in 1S99. 

Population, 1910: White, 162; colored, none. 

Value of real estate, $23,574; value of per- 
sonal property, $5,820. 

TAX KATE: 16 2-3c. on the $100; special, 
4c; poll, 13c. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— F. P. White. 



ALDERMEN— W. R. Goley, F. M. White, 
J. W. Russ, L. C. Tripp. 

POSTMASTER— S. E. White. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— A. S. White. 

STEAMBOAT AGENT— J. W. Brooks. Wil- 
mington. 

Ministers and Churches. 

METHODIST— Rev. Be as U. v. 
BAPTIST— J. C. Mizzell. 

Doctors. 
Goley, Wm. R. 

Druggists. 

Shallotte Drug Co. 

General Merchants. 
Shallotte Trading Co. 
White, M. L. 
Stanley Supply Co. 
White, S. E., & Co. 
Holden, E., & Son. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Merchants Hotel. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Hewett, D. G., & Co. (Turpentine Distillery, 
Cotton Gin and Grist Mill). 

White, F. P. (Machine Shop, Turpentine Dis- 
tillery). 

White, F. P. (Repair Shop). 

Banks and Bankers. 
THE CITIZENS BANK— E. F. Mallard, 
Cash. 



BUNCOMBE COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, ASHEVILLE. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), 49,798. 

Formed in 1791. Named in honor of Edward Buncombe. 

AREA — 520 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $15,577,427; value of personal property, $4,554,475. 

Property listed in 1913, by whites, $19,528,384; by negroes, 494, S06. 

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS— For whites, 9S; for negroes, 16. 

TAX RATE — County purposes, 21 2-3c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 20c; special, S l-2c. 

County bonded debt, $607,000. 

PUBLIC ROADS — Number miles, 100. Worked by convct and free labor. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Americas Refrigerator Transit Company, assessed value 1,600.00 

Asheville Southern Railway, 2.13 miles, assessed value 10,000.00 

American Cotton Oil Company, assessed value 4.000.00 

Weaverville Electric Company, assessed value 2,071.00 

Southern Railway Company 47.52 miles, assessed value 1,85S,9S6.74 

Asheville and Spartanburg Railroad, 10.34 miles, assessed value 232,650.00 

Pullman Company, assessed value 13,166.00 

Asheville and East Tennessee Railroad, 4.77 mlies, assessed value 23,875.00 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 8,689 J 

Black Mountain Telephone Company, assessed value 1,000.00 

Ashevill Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 136,272.00 

Western LTnion Telegraph Company, assessed value 10,950.13 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Com 

Asheville and Craggy Mountain Railway, 2.26 miles, assessed value 10,000.00 

Madison Telephone Company, assessed value 362.00 

Asheville Power and Light Company, assessed value 273.mhii mi 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 5,218.80 

Swannanfoa Railroad, 3.50 miles, assessed value 13.71 I 00 

Leicester Telephone Company, asssessed value 1,22 

North Buncombe Telephone Company, assesseed value 721.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 1,344.00 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— January 4, January 18 (civil), February 8 (civil), March 15. 

April 5 (civil), April 26 (civil). May 17, August 16 (civil), September 20, October 4 (civil). 
October 25 (civil), November 8, November 29 (civil). 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— J. H. Cathey, Ashe- 
ville. 

SHERIFF— E. M. Mitchell, Asheville. 

TAX COLLECTOR— B. A. Patton, Asheville. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— J. J. Mackey. Ashe- 
ville. 

TREASURER— J. Ed. Brookshire, Ashe- 
ville. 



CORONER — E. R. Morris, Asheville. 

SURVEYOR— Otta Israel, Candler. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— D. E. Sevier. Ashe 
ville. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— W. H. Hipps, Bilt- 
more. 

SUPT. OF HOME— B. F. Merrill. Asl 
R. 4. 



IIS 



BUNCOMBE COUNTY. 



Murphy, 

Ashevilk-, 



K. 



D. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION -J. D 
(chm'n), Asheville; T. P. Gaston, 

B. I ; .1. 11. Sams, llomerville. 

COMMISSIONERS— W. E. Johnson, Ashe- 
villo- .1. M. Brookshire, Biltmore; Jesse M. 
Cole, Leicester: It. I) l'.in l,n. r. Asheville, 
1 : .1. \v. Rutherford, Candler, 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— S. G. Bernard 
S i Has, .1. F. Ford, Asheville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
ASHEVILLE TOWNSHIP— Wash Haynes, 
Sol. \. Carter, Asheville, K. 1: J. D. Penland, 
\V. It. Gudger, D. S. Huberts, < '. W. Malone, S. 
P Mears, F, N. Waddell, W. W. Patton, R. A. 
Burroughs, M. A. Creasman. S. A. Johnson, 
W. A. James, Jr., E. B. Atkinson, E. II. Cer- 
Asheville; George W. Fairchlld, A. L. 
Asheville R. 4; R. W. Johnson 
T. F. Hunter, M. F. Reed, 
W. II. Wyatt, J. D. Dennitt, 



rimon. 
Bright 

ville: 
Brown, 

Stewart. 

BLACK MOUNTAIN— J. H. Hampton 
Currier, W. 11. Burnett, W. R. Goodson 
Mountain, Guy Dobbins. 

KEEMS CREEK— E. V. Merrell, P. 
Philand, J. B. Broslen, H. E. Sawyer, J. 
Roberts, D. H. Reagan, Weaverville. 

FRENCH BROAD— J. W. Sluder, Zeb 
Vance, J. J. M. Woodson, J. A. Gwaltney, 
J. Sluder, Alexander. 



Ashe- 
J. W. 
R. A. 



R. E. 

Mlack 



II. 
E. 



F. 

M 



P. 



E. Chambers, * 
Homerville. 
Williams, J. E. Lytle, J 



Lena Carter, 
Arden. 

Wells, Junio ; 
G. L. ' Moffitt. 
L. Ingle, W. I 



M. 



J. 



Lee, 



FLAT CREEK— .1. 
Reeee, Wm. Crowder, 
FAIRVIEW— B. B. 
L. Lamford. , 

BIG IVY — M. T. Arrowood, J. H. Woodord, 
Democrat; T. S. Dillingham, A. C. Dillingham, 
I L. Buckner, Z. B. Hobson, Barnardsville. 

LOWER HOMTNTY— Lafayette Morgan, M. 
E. Metcalf, A. H. Starnes. Candler, Rfd. 

SWANNANOA — J. H. Smith, Jas M. Patton, 
W M. Gudger, Swannanoa, J. E. Johnson, 
Asheville, R. 1; J. R- Craig, Swannanoa. 

UPPER HOMINY— Zeb Young, J. C. Wal- 
ters. M. M. Morgan, W. H. Pearson, C. W. 
Howell, A. Z. Wright, C. W. Howell, P. P. 
Morgan, J. C. Byrd, Candler R. L. Cathey. 

LIMESTONE — C. L. Garren, B. L. Shu 
ford, R. R. Craig. 
Dockins, N. L. Fraddy, 
LEICESTER— P. M. 
Williamson, Newfound; 

SANDY MUSH— A. 
Sandy Mush. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Rice, W. E., Swannanoa. 
Starnes, A. H. Candler. 

Asheville, R. 4. 
Morgan Hill. 
Candler. 
Swannanoa. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Cotton, C. E., Black Moupntain. 
Archer, J. J., Black Mountain. 
McCracken, C. M., Fairview. 
Weaver, W. J. 
Brookshire, L. L., Beech. 
Barett. J. F.. Beech. 
Gill, J. N., Weaverville. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Gaston, R. J., Candler. 
Candler, E. W-, Candler. 
Hvat Bros., Emma. 
Whittniore, J. M., Weaverville. 
Morris & Shepard, Alexander. 
Wilson, J. B., Leicester. 
Maney, W. R., Democrat. 
Burlison. Matt., Barnardsville. 
West, C. P., Weaverville. 
Johnson, J. E., Asheville, R. 1. 
Harrison. H. R., Swannanoa. 
Hall, W. C. Black Countain. 
McKoy, J. W., Black Mountain. 
Merrill, P. O., Fairview. 



Brown, A. E., 
Bradley, W. T., 
Morgan, E. J., 
Brown, T. K.. 



Junes, J. Will, Fairviaw. 
Williams. Ed., Fairview. 
Johnson. R. W., Asheville. R. 4. 
Case. A. B., & Bro., Skyland. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Hominy Mills, Candler. 
Rill more Holler Mills. Biltmore. 
Leicester Roller Cills, Leicester. 
Juno Mills, Juno. 
Lotsprich, J. B., Weaverville. 
ration, John E., Glen Inglis. 
Mt. Mitchell Lumber Co., Swannanoa. 
Craggy Lumber Co., Swannanoa. 
Rutherford. J. W.. Candler. 
Coleman. J. L., Lumber Co.. Asheville. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Francis. Robert, Waynesville. 
Cochran, Agnes. Arden. 
Edwards, Fushia, Alexander. 
Ray, James W., Arden. 
Chambers, W. R. , . Stocksvllle. 
Weaver, Hester, Chandler. 
Swain. Delia, Candler. 
Brown, Julia, Candler. 
Randall, N. A., Canto. 
Rogers, Oscar. Alexander. 
Byers, Mrs. T. H. , Biltmore. 
Byers, T. H., Biltmore. 
Connor, E. E., Candler. 
Kirkpatrick, Mattie, Candler. 
Roberson, C. B., Candler. 
Henry, Rose, Candler. 
Burleson, Nettie, Candler. 
Underwood, G. C, Waynesville. 
Morgan, Dolly Ann, Candler. 
Michael, Beulah, Candler. 
Owen, H. L., Waynesville. 
Foster, Mary, Fairview. 
Ashworth, Gladys, Fairview. 
Miller, Lela, Asheville. 
Roberson, Gertrude, Candler. 
Briggs, G. C, Waynesville. 
Camp, Cordelia, Rutherfordton. 
Reynolds, Attie, Leicester. 
Reeves, G. M., Leicester. 

Parham, Addie, Asheville. 

Brown, Tennie, Leicester. 

Towe, Alma, Asheville, R. 4. 

Randall, W. Fred, Canto. 

Rogers, Zennie, Alexander. 

Croft, J. D., Asheville, R. 4. 

Robinson, Bertie, Weaverville. 

Weaver, Bessie, Weaverville. 

Coward, M. C, Trust. 

Eller, Ada, Weaverville. 

Wells, Frank L., Leicester. 

Ingram, J. M. , Arden. 

Ingram, J. M., Mrs., Arden. 

Garrison, Anna Laura, Weaverville. 

Ray. A. C, Asheville, R. 4. 

Redmond, Leila, Alexander. 

Croft, J. D., Asheville, R. 4. 

Frisbee, Texie, Asheville, R. 4. 

Burleson, C. L. , Rockview. 

Duckett, Robert, Leicester. 

Brown, Ethel, Sandy Mush. 

Wells, Gertie, Sandy Mush. 

Wells, Mrs. Amanda, Sandy Mush. 

King, Jesse, Gem. 

Hawkins, Ida, Skyland. 

Craig, Charity, Skyland. 

Snelson, Ethel, Leicester. 

Clayton, Irene, Fletcher. 

Sales, Myrtle, Skyland. 

Hutchison, R. H, Fairview. 

Garrison, Effie, Weaverville. 

Burleson, Bessie, Fairview. 

Morgan, Legie, Fairview. 

Walton, Grace, Biltmore. 

Merrell, S. J., Fairview. 

Merrell, Edna, Fairview. 
Miller, Jessie, Fairview. 
McBee, Ethel, Fairview. 
Mason, J. R., Alexander. 



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Hall Sales, Biltmore. 
Merrell, Lottie. Fairview 
Shuford, Bonnie, Fairview. 
Gregg. Epsie, Farm School. 
Sutton, Mabel M., Black Mountain. 
Alexander, Edith, Farm School. 
Brown, J. H., Sandy Mush. 
Sprinkle, Lottie, Mars Hill. 
Sutton, Ethel, Black Mountain. 
Davis. Fonella, Candler. 
Rector, Viva, Weaverville. 
I.yda, Emory, Fairview. 
Robinson, B., Asheville, R. 3. 
Edwards, R. B., Asheville, R. 3. 
Kerr, Estelle, Asheville, R. 3. 
Dixon, Luke, Asheville. 
Edwards, Ina Rose, Mars Hill. 
Pickens, Nell, Weaverville. 
Sams, Sue, Weaverville. 
Johnson, Sadie, Asheville. 
Reynolds, J. L., Asheville, R. 3. 
Stamy. E., Asheville. R. 3. 
Duckett, Audie, Asheville, R. 3. 
Morgan, Stephen J., Asheville, R. 3. 
Hall, Irene, Asheville, R. 3. 
Edwards, J. F., Barnesville. 
Bradley, V. C, Biltmore. 
Morgan, Bessie, Fairview. 
Burnette, Delia V., Black Mountain. 
Hunter, Pearl, Mars Hill. 
Sawyer, H. E., Beech. 
Brevard, Bertha N., Biltmore. 
Kerr, Mabel, Asheville. 
Stephenson, Lily B., Swannanoa. 
Hildebrand, Eleanor, Asheville. 
Tipton, Pearl, Bee Tree. 
Jervis, C. E., Asheville, R. 4. 
Jervis, Hattie, Asheville, R. 4. 
Sams, Agnes, Asheville, R. 4. 
Clark, Emily, Asheville, R. 4. 
Moser, G. M., Asheville, R. 5. 
Anderson, Augusta, Ivy. 
Gudger. Maria, Candler. 
Edwards, Jane, West Asheville. 
White, Susie, Asheville, R. 3. 
Brank, Minnie, Weaverville. 
(arter. Mary K., Asheville. 
Brittaln, Minervia, Weaverville. 
Rector, Dovie, Marshall. 
Rector. Bert, Marshall. 
Gash, Helen, Fairview. 
Parker, Eliza, Weaverville. 
Creasman, Mary, Swannanoa. 
Edwards, J. B., Beech. 
Edwards, Dovie, Barnardsville. 
Weaver. Minnie, Weaverville. 
Jervis, Wayne, Mars Hill. 
Dillingham, Sue, Weaverville. 
Higgins, Fannie C, Leicester. 
Blackstock, Sue, Stocksville. 
Robinson, Edna, Alexander. 
Sprinkle, Geo. E., Alexander. 
Roberts, Ada, Alexander. 
Luther, T. D., Candler. 
Amnions, J. J., Democrat. 
Roberts, Bert, Democrat. 
Hall, John F., Asheville. 
Lyda, Ella, Fairview. 
Pickens, Kate, Barnardsville. 
Johnson, Agnes, Barnardsville. 
Dillingham, Hattie, Stocksville. 
Amnions, Elizabeth, Stocksville. 
Parker, Lizzie, Weaverville. 
All-man, Loans E., Alexander. 
Chambers, Sallie, Stocksville. 
Miller, Myrtle, Biltmore. 
Carter, Rowena, Weaverville. 
Amnions, Valerie, Asheville. 
Frisbee, D. B., Leicester. 
McAfee, Alice, Black Mountain. 
Ranes, Arthur, Raleish. 
Anderson, Pansy, Ivy. 
Reed, Rossie B. . Asheville. 
Profftt. Bertha. Bald Creek. 
Sloan. Edith, Black Mountain. 



Foreman, Mrs. E. B., Montreal. 
Parker, Mary, Montreat. 
Miller, Mary Martin, Montreat. 
.Many. Mary D., Black Mountain. 
Sigmon, Eva, Mrs., Ridgecrest. 
Waldrup, C. A., Alexander. 
Fox, Johanna, Alexander. 
Peek, Meda, Asheville, R. 5. 
Brittain, Myra. Asheville, R. 5. 
Merrell, Sue J., Fairview, 
Capps, Etta, Alexander. 
Roberts, Anna, Alexander. 
Williams, Mallie, Fairview. 



ASHEVILLE. 

Population, 1910: IS, 762. 

White polls, 1,672; colored polls, 695. 

Value real estate, $9,779,812; value personal 
property, $3,457,5;il. 

Tax Rate: $1.50 on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $1,240,000. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— J. E. Rankin. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— Chas. N. Lominoe. 

CLERK— F. L. Coudor. 

TREASURER— A. II. Felmet. 

TAX COLLECTOR— C. H. Barllctt. 

STANDARD KEEPER— .Tas, Reece. 

ATTORNEY— S. G. Bernard. 

POLICE JUSTICE — I. G. Adams. 

sri'T. OF HEALTH— c. v. Reynolds. 

POSTMASTER— Owen Gudger. 

R. R. AGENT— W. H. Maher. Southern. 

EXPRESS AGENT— J. T. James. 

TELEGRAPH MANAGERS— E. N. Williams, 
9V. U. ; A. K. Akers. Postal. 

TELEPHONE MANAGER— M. Erskine. 

Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— C. B. Waller. Pastor. 

CHRISTIAN— P. H. Means. Pastor. 

EPISCOPAL— W. Wyatt Brown, Rector. 

ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL— C. M. Hall. 
Pastor. 

LUTHERAN— J. B. Thrall. Pastor. 

MI'.THODIST— J. II. Barnhard, D. Atkins, 
E. M. Hoyle, Pastors. 

PRESBYTERIAN— R. F. Campbell, Pastor. 

CATHOLIC— Father Marion. Pastor. 

METHODIST PROTESTANT— C. W. Bates, 
Schools and Academies. 

CITY HIGH. 

ORANGE STREET. 

ASHEVILLE AVENUE. 

PARK AVENUE. 

MURRAY. 

MONTFORD AVENUE. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Grove Park Inn. 

Battery Park. 

Swannanoa. 

Manor. 

Western Hotel. 

Glen Rock Hotel. 

Florence Hotel. 

New Windsor. 

Montford Hotel. 

Gladstone. 

Cherokee Inn. 

Langren. 

Southern Hotel. 

Beaumont Lodge. 

Belvidere. 

Billows Rest. 

Bonniview. 

Buxton Place. 

Colonial. • 

Dickerson, Mrs. F. B. 

Elkton. 

Forest Hill. 

Gray Gables. 

Harris. Mrs. M. A. 

Harris. Miss Mattie. 



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Hull. Mrs. M. II. 

Hazel Wood Inn. 

Knickerbocker. 

i Henrietta. 

Lee. Mrs. Julia A. 

CcGuire. Mary C. 

Mai go Terrace. 

Mears, Mrs. Klla. 

Mitchell, Crs. Carrie Carr. 

Ninety-Nine. 

Old Kentucky Home. 

The Pines. 

Ramoth Place. 

Restawhyle. 

Rock Lodge. 

Rouce. J. L. 

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. 

Wright, Mrs. M. D. 

Architects. 

Smith & Carrier. 

Melton, A. L. 

Davis, T. E. 

Chunn, C. H. 

Lord, W. H. 

Parker, C. N. 

Banks and Bankers. 

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK— L. L. Jen- 
kins, Pres. : A. E. Rankin, Cash. 

BATTERY PA UK BANK— T. C. Coxe, Pres.; 
J. E. Rankin, Cash. „ 

WACHOVIA LOAN & TRUST CO.— T. S. 
Morrison, Chm'n. ; W. B. Williams, Cash. 

THE CITIZENS BANK— E. L. Kay, Pres. ; 
J. A. Campbell, Cash. 

THE CENTRAL BANK & TRUST CO.— C. 
W. Brown. Pres. ; W. B. Davis. Cash. 

SOUTHERN STATES BANK— L. L. Jen- 
kins, Pres.; R. E. Currence, Cash. 

BANK OF WEST ASHEVILLE— G. D. Car- 
ter, Pres.; B. H. Posey, Cash. 
Board of Trade. 

W. Vance Brown, Pres. ; Neptune Buckner, 
Sec. . . 

Building & Loan Associations. 

Blue Ridge Building and Loan Association. 
Home Building and Loan Association. 

Bakers. 
Asheville Steam Bakery. 
College Street Bakery. 
Pack Square Bakery. 
Pisgha Bakery. 
Zindels Model Bakery. 
Woman's Exchange. 

Brick Manufacturers. 
Hildebrand, D. S. 
Shale Brick & Tile Co. 
French Broad Granite Brick Co. 
Sheehan, Geo. C. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
Boston Shoe Store. 
C. W. Brown Shoe Co. 
Guarantee Shoe Co. 
Nichols Shoe Co. 

Book Stores. 
Brown Book Co. 
Pack Square Book Co. 
Rogers, H. T. 

Butchers and Dealer* 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 and Manufacturers. 
Morrison, T. S., & Co. 
Asheville Harness Co. 
Brown, C. L. 
Wallace. J. C. 

Clubs. 
Asheville Club. 
Elks' Club. 
Country Club. 
Eagle Club. 

Commission Merchants. 
Kroger, William. 
Asheville Wholesale Grocery Co. 
Rickman. T. J. 
Reily, M. J. 
Earl & Nelson. 
Brown, W. C. 

Adams Grain and Provision Co. 
Confectionary Dealers. 
Baker, C. P. 

Club Cafe & Candy Kitchin. 
Fisher, H. L. 
Mascari, Charles. 

Contractors and Builders. 
Byerly, E. 

I'reasman & Owenby. 
Clements, G. W. 
Smith, J. W. M. 
Dalton T. S. 
Merchant & Broyles. 
Waril Electrical Co. 
McDowell, E. E. 
McPherson, J. C. 
Patton, J. L. 
Westall, J. M. 
Frost, E. I. 
Tennant, J. A. 
Hampton & Graham. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 
Asheville Dray, Fuel and Construction Co. 
Carolina Coal Co. 
Asheville Coal & Lumber Co. 

Southern Coal Co. 

Cotton Mills. 
Asheville Cotton Mills. 
French Board Mfg. Co. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 

Asheville Dry Goods & Clothing Co. 

Blomberg, A. 

Blomberg, S. I. 

Finestein, S. 

Moore, M. V., & Co. 

Redwood, H., & Co. 

Smith, Morgan N. 

St oner, O. E. 

Zagier, M. 

Zagier, R. B. 

Department Stores. 

Peerless Fashion Co. 

Redwood, H., & Co. 

McGraw & Co. 

Kress's. 

I. X L. 

Woolworth's. 

Barker, O. C. 

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. 

Mann, I. 

Chambers, E. O. 

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Glenn, C. F. 


Smith, Owen. 






Matthews. Augustus. 


Stevens. M. L. 






Sinclair, P. D. 


Terry, P. It. 






Bell, W. C. 


Van Ruck, Carl. 






Durham. B. J. 


Van Ruck, Sylvo. 






Evans, G. J. 


Walker, J. W. 






Fulton, Jas. 


Weaver, II. B. 






Whitson, W. K. 


Whittington. P. \V. 






Tobacco Dealers. 


Williams, John II. 






Senas, M. 


Zimmerman, C. S. 






Asheville Tobacco Co. 


Johnson, Alia E. 






Pugh, C. S. 


Power and Light Companies. 






Barbee's Cigar Store. 


Asheville Power and Light Co. 






Sunny Smoke Shop. 


North Carolina Electrical Power Co. 






Druggists. 


Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 






Carmichael, W. C. 


Asheville Packing Co. 






Itaysor. C. A. 


Rogers, W. F., & Sons. 






Asheville Pharmacy. 


Florists. 






Walker. C. A. 


Lashby, D. A. 






Grants Pharmacy. 


Brown, E. E. 






Montford Drug Co. 


Woolsey Greenhouses. 






Smith's Drug Store. 


Fish and Oyster Dealers. 






Streetman, T. L. 


Asheville Fish Co. 






West End Drug Store. 


Acme Fish Co. 






Teague & Oats. 


Graham's Fish Market. 






Allison Drug Store. 


Foundries and Iron Works. 






Broadway Pharmacy Co. 


Asheville Supply and Foundry Co. 






Y. M. I. Drug Store. 


Sternberg Supply and Foundry Co. 






Doctors. 


Furniture Dealers. 






Ambler, C. P. 


Beaumont Furniture Co. 






Anderson, J. G. 


Moore, W. L. 






Alexander, Geo. 


Donald & Donald. 






Ballard, A. M. i 


Burton & Holt. 






Battle, S. W. 


Dean & Rector. 






Briggs, H. H, 


Green Bros. 






Brownson, W. C. 


Smathers, J. L., & Sons. 






Bryan, J. W. 


Walton & McLaln. 






Bryant, B. H. 


Asheville Grocery Co. 






Buckner, R. G. 


Baird Bros. 






Carroll. R. S. 


Grocers. 






Colby, C. D. 


Alexander, W. M. 






Cocke, C. H. 


Allison, G. D. 






Cocke, Jere. 


Anthony, Jos. 






Cotton, C. E. 


Baird. T. G. 






Crawford, J. M. 


Barnett, W. L. 






Callaway, A. W. 


Barnes, W. E. 






Carroll, J. L. 


Black. J. M. 






Cheesborough, T. P. 


Nobblitt. T. J. 






Dunn, W. L. 


Noland & Mclntyre. 






Eckels, 0. F. 


Nowell Sylvester. 






EUas, L. W. 


0. K. Grocery Co. 






Fletcher, M. H. 


Owenbey & Son. 






Frazier, Thompson. 


Parrott, I. C. 






Green, J. B. 


Pearlman Barney. 






Griffith, F. W. 


Presley, M. H. 






Gardner, G. D. 


Ramsey, D. C. 






Gibbs, E. W. 


Randall, J. E. 






Glenn, E. B. 


Kawls, W. D. 






Gruner, E. P. 


Redmon, S. M. 






Huston, J. W. 


Rich, A.. Dora, Mrs. 






Herbert. W. P. 


Reed. J. R. 






Costello, M. J. 


Rodgers, J. F. 






Hampton, J. E. 


Sanitary, Grocery Co. 






Hunnicutt, W. J. 


Sanders, J. M. 






Jordan, C. S. 


Sawyer, C. R. 






McBrayer, L. B. 


Seigle Harry 






Meacham & Rockwell. 


Shepherd, B. M. 






Merrimon, L. A. 


Smathers, P. A. 






Merrimon, Louise. 


Smith, G. W. 






Millender, M. C. 


Sims, J. F. 






Minor, C. L. 


Sorrels, G. A. 






Morris, E. R. 


Sprouse, H. M. 






Neal, M. P. 


Stradley & Luther. 






Orr, P. G. 


Swlnk, Robt 






Orr, C. C. 


Teasley, T. E. 






Paquin, Paul. 


Trantham, T. L. 






Powell, W. V. 


Watkins, J. C. 






Pritchard, Arthur. 


Webb, D. H. 






Purefoy, G. W. 


Welch. J. L. & Co. 






Reeves. A. F. 


Westmoreland. B. F. 






Reynolds, C. V. 


Western Market. 






Ringer, P. H. 


Wild, J. A. 






Russell. E. R. 


Whitted, J. 0. 






Sawyer, James. 


Whitted. R. A. 






Sevier, D. E. & L. T. 


Whittemore, Margaret. 







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& McGulre. 
Young, A. M. 
Young & Miller. 
Zimmerman & Son. 
Bradburn, .1 11. 
Bradley, J. N. 
Bright, A. L. 
Brown, J. Y. 
Bryan, Mattie I. 
Campbell, F. S. 
Colin, Max A. 
Colley, Henry 
Co-l iperative Co. 
Cornell. II. A.. Mrs. 
Crisp & Clark. 
Crisp <fc Co. 
Davis. W. A. 
Doster, A. EL, 
Fairchild, C. E., Mrs. 
Featherston, A. A. 
Felmet Bros. 
Flack, W. M. 
Ford, W. P. 
Forster, J. S. 
Forster Supply Co. 
Foster, F. S. 
Fredwell, Mary. 
Green, P. J. 
Groves Grocery Co. 
Hamrick, G. P. 
Harrison, B. A., Mrs. 
Hayes, J. F., 
Haynes & Cannon. 
Haynie, V. V. 
Henderson, J. H. 
Hill, J. B. 
Hill, J. F. 
Holconibe. W. T. 
Hollar & Co. 
Holman, A. N. 
Hughes. W. H. 
Hyatt, W. R. 
Ingle, J. B. 
Isaac, T. L. 
Jackson, J. F. 
Jarrett, E. C. 
Jenkins, J. H. 
Johnson, J. E. K. 1 
Jordan, J. W. 
Kilpatrick, W. P. 
Kraft, W. F. 
Lance, T. S. 
Leonardi, J. H. 
Lindsay Co. 
Londow, Louis. 
Lunsford, W. T. 
Luther, C. G. 
Mainer, S. M. 
Maney Bros. 
Maxwell, L. O. 
McElreath & Son 
Michalove, Isaac. 
Michalove, A. 
Miller, F. M. 
Moody, W. C. 
Moon, W. L. 
Morris, Jas. 
Morrison, S. E. 
Nicholson, J. H. 
Nixon, W. B. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Green. O. L. , Hardware Co. 
Brown-Northrup Co. 
Brown Hardware Co. 

Hospitals. 
Mission Hospital. 
Merriweatber Hospital. 
Biltmore Hospital. 
Winyah Sanitarium. 
Highland Hospital. 
Altar Hospital. 

Insurance Agents. 
Aston. Rawls & Co. (Fire.) 
Rutledge. Frederick & Co. (Fire.) 



Patterson, J. R., & Co. (Fire.) 
Moale & Chiles. (Fire.) 
Allen, P. R. Co. 

Jewelers. 
Field. Arthur M., Co. 
Alexander, G. 
Carpenter. J. E. 
Cosby, B. H. 
Frost. H. M. 
Goldsmith. W. W. 
Gelula, M., & Co. 
Henderson, C. E. 
Jennerett, L. W. 
Shaffner, W. H. 
Stem, Victor. 

Laundries. 

Asheville Steam Laundry Co. 
Model Steam Laundry. 
Mountain City Steam Laundry. 
Lawyers. 

Adams, J. G. 
Adams, J. S. 
Adams, J. Sneed. 
Adicks, H. F. 
Anderson, J. B. 
Arthur, J. P. 
Bardnard, A. S. 
Barnard, S. G. 
Britt, J. J. 
Bennett, O. K. 
Bourne. L. M. 
Brown M. W. 
Brown, W. P . 
Campbell. Rufford. 
Carter, Frank. 
Carter, H. B. 
Cheeseboro, J. W. 
Cocke, P. C. 
Cocke, Wm. J. 
Curtis, Z. F. 
Davidson, T. F. 
Daniels, W. H. 
Davies, Wm. M. 
Erwin, Marcus. 
Fortune, W. G. 
Featherstone, A. A s , Jr. 
Ford, J. F. 
Gillis, Donald. 
Glenn, J. F. 
Gudger, J. M., Sr. 
Gudger, J. M., Jr. 
Gudger, Owen. 
Goldstein, R. C. 
Gudger, V. L. 
Harkins, T. 3. 
Haynes, J. W. 
Jones, C. E. 
Jones. T. A. 
Jones, W. W. 
Johnston, A. H. 
Lee, C. G. 
Lissenbee, C. C. 
Lusk. V. S. 
Lyman, A. J. 
McCall, R. S. 
Malone, C. N. 
Martin, J. C. 
Martn, J. H. 
Merrick. Duff. 
Merrimon, J. G. 
Merrimon, J. H. 
Meriman, H. E. 
Millard. D. R. 
Montieth, A. D. 
Moore, Charles A. 
Morrison, A. T. 
Murphy, J. D. 
Paul, A. A. 
Farker. Haywood. 
Randolph. E. G. 
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Reynolds, G. S. 
Reynolds, R. R. 
Rickman, T. J. 
Roberts, Gallatin. 
Rollins, T. S. 
Settle, Thomas. 
Sale, F. L. 
Shuford. G. A. 
Shuford, W. E. 
Smith, P. C. 
Smathers & Ward. 
Sondey, F. A. 
Stevens, H. B. 
Styles, J. S. 
Swain, J. E. 
Swain, Marcus. 
Thomas, F. W. 
Thomasson, G. A. 
Van Winkle, Kingsland. 
Toms. C. F. 
Varnon, T. W. 
Weaver, Guy. 
Weaver, Zebulon. 
Webb. Charles A. 
Welch, Gilmer. 
Wells, R. M. 
Whitson, W. R. 
Williams, R. R. 
Wright, G. H. 

Paint and Oil Dealers 
Fitzpatrick, R. L., & Son. 
Perkinson, T. J. 
Excelsior Paint Co. 
Miller-Rice Co. 
Bowles, R. E. 
Asheville Paint & Glass Co. 

Produce Dealers. 
McConnell Bros. 
Lowe P. W. 
Smathers Produce Co. 

Plumbers. 

Rich, J. R.. Co. 
Bail & Thrash. 
Guischard, G. L. 
Moore, J. W. 
Union Plumbers. 
Biltmore Plumbing Co. 
Sluder Bros. 
Stevens, S. M. 

Piano and Organ Dealers. 
Falk, C. 
Dunham, H. A. 
Burton & Holt. 

Photographers. 
Ray, C. F. 
Brock, I. 
Lindsey, T. H. 
Pelton & Higgason. 
McCanless, J .M. 

Real Fstate Agents. 
Aston, Rawles & Co. 
Forbes & Campbell. 
Atkinson & Sons. 
Moale & Chiles. 
Batterham, H. 
Brown & Logan. 
I (.vt.ahoe & Co. 
Bledsoe, J. T., & Co. 
Western Carolina Realty Co. 
1 orick, J. M. 
Towcli Geo. S. 
Baird-Wilford Co. 
Hall & Penland. 
Marsteller & Co- 
McCloskey, J. J. 
Woods, F. T. H 
Carter. G. D. 
Campbell, J. M. 
Ingle, F. P. 
Lyman, A. J. 
Messier, F. M. 



Tailors. 
Brown & Co. 

Logan. S. I. 

Foller, J. .1. 

Undertakers and Embalmcrs. 

Noland-Brownell Co. 

Hare, Baird & Co. 

Red Cross Undertaking Co. 

Brown, J. V., & Son. 

Wall Paper Hangers. 

Fitzpatrick, R. L., & Sons. 

Johnson, F. M. 

Printing Offices. 

Hackney-Moale Co. 

The Inland Press. 

Asheville Printing Co. 

Rogers, H. T. 

Newspapers and Editors. 

GAZETTE NEWS (Daily. Evening and 
Semi-Weekly) — W. A. Hildebrand. Editor. 

NEW TESTAMENT CHRISTIAN (Monthly) 
— Lucius B. Compton. Editor. 

HEALTH BULLETIN (Monthly)— Dr. L. B. 
McBrayer, Editor. 

ASHEVILLE CITIZEN (Daily, Morning) — 
James H. Caine, Editor. 

Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 

Westall, J. M., & Co. 

Westall, W. H., & Co. 

Coleman, J. S., Lpmber Co. 

Citizens Lumber Co. 

Whiting Lumber Co. 

Ritter, Mm., Lumber Co. 

Arbogast, J. C. 

Asheville Lumber Co. 

Empire Lumber Co . 

English Lumber Co. 

Jones, Wm. M. 

McEwen Lumber Co. 

Monger Lumber Co. 

Sprobs. W. J. 

Swannanoa Lumber Co. 

Glen Inglis, Co. 

Rutherford, J. W. 

English, J. W., & Co. 

Marble Works. 

Bean. S. I.. & Co. 

Cherokee Marble Work6. 

Wolfe, W. O. 

Manufacturing Plants. 

Hans Rees Tannery Co. 

Asheville Supply & Foundry Co. 

United States Furniture Co. 

Southern Mica Co. 

Brown? M. Vance. 

Jones, Wm. M. 

Machinery Dealers. 

Morrison, T. S.. & Co. 

Barnard. W. W. 

BLACK MOUNTAIN. 

Incorporated in 1S93. 

Population: White, 1,000; colored, 75: total, 
1,075. 

Value of real estate, $200,000; value of per- 
sonal property, $100,000. 

TAX" RATE: 80c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— J. M. McCoy. 

TOWN CLERK— Guy II. Dobbins. 

POSTMASTER— W. C. Hall. 

R. R. AGENT— C. W. Maybcny. 

TAX COLLECTOR— W. R. Many. 
Ministers and Churches. 

METHODIST— EPISCOPAL (South) Rev. 
Ferguson. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL (North)— Rev. 
West, Pastor. 

PRESBYTERIAN— E. L. Siler. Pastor. ■ 

BAPTIST — Rev. Beaver. 

EPISCOPAL— Rev. Stubbs. 



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Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— Quinton Holton, l'rin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
roM.MiiWVKAl.TII .1. \V. McCoy, Pres. ; A. 
A. Hegaman, Cash. 

PEOPLE'S . J. I. Bradham, Pros.; Lee 

J. Barker, Cashier. 

Doctors. 
\rlior, I. J. 
Torre], A. 3. 
Landls, B. F. 
Barrett, J. G. 
Knoefel, A. E. 

Dentists. 
Burks. — . 

Druggists. 
Porter, Clifford. 
Terrell, A. J. 

Lawyers. 
Eckles, J. D. 

Photographers. 
Gragg, W. B. 

General Merchants. 
Morgan, L. W. 
Wahab, Jonas. 
Hall, W. C. 
Mayer, F. A. 
Aired, J. J. 

Grocers. 
Black Mountain Exchange. 
Yates & McGuire. 
Anderson, J. B. 

Restaurants. 
New York Cafe. 
Gibson, C. B. 

Meat Markets. 
Melton, J. M. 
Hopkins & Ella. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Bradham. J. I. 

Undertaking Establishment. 
McKoy, J. M. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Greshem Hotel. 
Villa, Portman. 
The Crawford House. 
Daugherty House. 
Mt. Mitchell Inn. 
The Inn. 
Cauble House. 

Livery Stables. 
Brown Bros. 
Bradham, J. I. 

Lumber, Coal and Wood Dealers. 
Black Mt. Lumber Co. 

Novelties. 
Pool, E. O. S. 

Barber Shops. 
Coggins, S. T. 
McLean, J. E. 

Real Estate Agents. 
Hegcman & Currier. 
Mashburn, P. M. 
Stepp, Geo. W. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Woodard, R. L. 

Shoe Repair Shops. 
Sawyer, S. T. 

Board of Trade. 
Geo. W. Stepp, Pres.; Guy H. Dobbins, Sec. 



WEAVERVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1909. 

Population, 1910: White,- 700; colored, 175; 
total, S75. 

Value real estate and personal property, 
$250,000. 

TAX RATE; SI. 00 on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— .1. N. Gill. 

POSTMISTRESS— Kate Reagan. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— VV. B. Weaver. 

R. R. AGENT — Marvin Garrison, Weaverville 
Electric Line. 

Ministers and Churches. 

METHODIST— E. W. Fox, Pastor, J. R. 
Warren, Weaverville Circuit. 



METHODIST PROTESTANT— C. N. Bates. 
Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
WEAVERVILLE COLLEGE— W. A. Newell, 
Pres. 
WEAVERVILLE SCHOOL— Minnie Brank. 

Doctors. 
GUI, .1. X. 
Robinson, Z. V. 
Crawford, J. M. 

Fresh, W. M. 

Druggists. 
Reeves, T. H. 

General Merchants. 
Whittimore, J. M. 
Reeves, W. H., & Sons. 
Mick Bros. 
Roberts, Doc. 
Merrill, E. V. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Moore, C. R.. Mrs. 
Reagan W. M. 
Weaver, Capt. 
Broadwater, A. J., Mrs. 
Brown, C. C, Mrs. 
Blackstock, Lottie. Mrs. 
Reeves, Mrs. W. H. 
Nelson, Mrs. Wm. 
Wagoner, Mrs. Dan. 
Hoover, Mrs. D. H. 
West View Hotel. 

Board of Trade. 
C. R. Moore, Sec. 

Livery Stables. 
Reagan, W. M. 
Brown, C. C, & Sons. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Weaverville Milling Co. 
Whittimore, J. M. 



BILTMORE. 

Incorporated in 1893. 
Population, 1913: 1,000. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— J. P. Kitchen. 
POSTMASTER— H. M. Gudger. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— F. L. Sharpe. 
R. R. AGENT— G. A. Digges, Southern. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— G. C. Ward, W. 

T 

Ministers and Churches.. 
EPISCOPAL— R. R. Swope, Rector. 
METHODIST— J. W. Campbell, Pastor. 
BAPTIST— W. H. Moore, Pastor. 

Doctors. 
Elias, L. W. 

Druggists. 
Biltmore Drug Store. 

Grocers. 
Biltmore Supply Co. 
Cochrane, J. G. 
Stoner, A. D. 
Trantham T. L. 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
Biltmore Supply Co. 
Stoner, A. D. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Stoner, A. D. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 
Biltmore Market. 

Livery Stables. 
Biltmore Livery Stables. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Biltmore Estate Industries. 
Williams, Brownell Planing Mill Co. 
Carolina Veneer Co. 
U. S. Furniture Co. 
Biltmore Roller Mills. 

Lawyers. 
Ravenel, S. P. 
Kitehin, J. P. 

Notary Public. 
Kitehin, .T. P. 



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COUNTY SEAT, MORGANTON. 



POPULATION— (Census 1914), 27.40S. 

Formed in 177". Named in honor of Edmund Burke. 

ABEA— 400 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $2,758,239; value of personal property. $1,266,100. 

Property listed in 1914, by whites. $3,938,374; by negroes, $85,965. 

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS — For whites, 56; for negroes, 10. 

TAX R\TE — County purposes, 19c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 20c. 

PUBLIC ROADS — Number miles, 175. Worked by small tax and by all males under 
45 years of age. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Hickory Electric Company, assessed value $ 

Southern Railway Company, 29. 70 miles, assessed value 1.161 



Pullman Company, assessed value 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 1 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway, 2.18 miles, assessed value 2 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— March 8th, May 31 (civil), August 9th. October 4th 
December 6 (civil). 



909.00 
,866.75 
,332.83 

,690.30 
,442.00 
.29S.00 
(civil). 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT — L. A. Bristol, Morgan- 
ton. 

SHERIFF — Forest C. Berry, Morganton. 
REGISTER OF DEEDS— John B. Holloway, 
Morganton. 
CORONER — C. E. Rose, Morganton. 
SURVEYOR — R. J. Hallyburton, Morganton. 
SUPT. OF HOME— J. G. Gibbs, Morganton. 
R. 4. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS — T. L. Sigmon, Mor- 
ganton. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— J. H. Giles, Glen 
Alpine; J. E. Coulter, Connelly Springs; Joe T. 
McGlmsey, Fonta Flora. 

COMMISSIONERS— John Honk. Morganton. 
R. 5; Jno. Flemming, Table Rock: F. E. 
Cook, Morganton; Dan Johnson, Hilderbran: 
J. M. Brinkley, Glen Alpine. 

BOARD OF LEECTIONS— J. D. Cassells, 
Connelly Springs: V. V. Hallman, Morganton; 
R. L. Huffman, Morganton. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
MORGANTON TOWNSHIP— W. L. Kirksey, 
H. C. Deaton, W. F. Hallyburton, Morganton. 
SILVER CREEK— J. R. Taylor, S. M. Haw- 
kins, T. L. Morrison, Morganton, R. 1. 

LOWER FORK— C. F. Huffman, W. H. York, 
M. A. Carswell, Thomas, Settlemyre, N. L. 
Chapman, R. P. Cloud, C. M. Hoyle, J. W. 
Mosteller, Connelly Springs, R. 3. 

UPPER FORK— S. L. Denton, Morganton, 
R. 4; H. Chapman, Morganton, R. 4; F. J. 
Poteet, Morganton, R. 4. 

QUAKER MEADOWS— John Houk, John 
Harbison, Morganton, R. 5. 

LINVILLE — L. C. Parks, J. K. Gibbs, A. H. 
Conley, Fonta Flora. 

SMOKEY CREEK— J. R. Benfleld, W. M. 
Warlick, Morganton, R. 2. 

LOVELADY— J. E. Coulter, Connelly Springs; 
C. S. Berry. Drexel; P. A. Bollinger, Valdese. 
LOWER CREEK— S. S. Hallyburton. W. A. 
Hood. John Roderich, Morganton R. 2. 

ICARD — J. W. Parrish, W. A. Hilderbrand, 
G. L. Stines, M. D. Earney, P. M. Cook, Hilde- 
brand. 

UPPER CREEK— Salem Franklin, Jonas 
Ridge; J. A. Fleming, Table Rock; W. A. Kin- 
caid, Joy. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWN. 
BAPTIST — R. L. Patton, Rev. Hageman. 
Morganton; J. A. Rector, Drexel. 

METHODIST — E. C. l'anscy, Connelly 
Springs; Elmer Simpson, Morganton, R. 1. 
PRESBYTERIAN — Rev. Moss. Morganton, R. 



MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWN. 

Giles, A. H., Fonta Flora. 
Noblett Bros., Lenville Store. 
Berry Bros., Drexel. 
Sudderth, R. W., Morganton, R. 2. 
Branch, Thomas, Table Rock. 
Hensly, C. C, Morganton, R. 3. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Glen Alpine Milling Co., Glen Alpine. 
Bridgewater Milling Co., Bridgewater. 

SAW MILLS. 
Pitts & Giles. Glen Alpine. 
Pitts, J. D., Glen Alpine. 
Kincaid, S. A. Chesterfield. 
Hutton & Bourbonnais, Morganton. 
Thornburg, O. L. . Morganton, R. 3. 
Dale, A. N. , Morganton, R. 1. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Johnson, J. W., Bostic. 

Cooper, J. B., Drexel. 

Hauss, W. E. Connelly Springs. 
Hood, J. E. Morganton. 
Loven Eugene, Cold Springs. 

Harbison, Alex., Connelly Springs. 

Cook, Aaron, Morganton, R. 4. 

Harbison, Walter, Morganton, R. 5. 

Waters, O. C. Morganton, R. lr. 

Carswell, M. K. Morganton, R. 4. 

Benfleld, II. S.. Morganton, R. 2. 

Hood, W. A., Morganton, R. 3. 

Cook, F. E., Morganton, R. 4. 

Spaun, L. L. , Rutherford College. 

Harbison, MeMne, Morganton R. 5. 

Gwaltney, Parks Morganton, R. 2. 

Cook, F. F., Connelly Springs. 

Perldns, R. C. Connelly Springs. 

Smith, M. B., Morganton. 

Houk, Mary, Morganton. 

Hood, Lizzie, Morganton, R. 3. 

Whisnant, Minnie, Morganton, R. 2. 

Tate, Katie, Morganton, 

Smith, Winnie, Morganton. 

Daves, Mary, Morganton, R. 2. 

Moore Ida, Morganton, R. 2. 

Wall, Mattie. Morganton. 

Jaymes, Hattic, Morganton, R. 3. 

Waters, Olive. Morganton, R. 1 

Duckworth, Cull. Morganton. 

Smith, Jennie, Morganton, R. 3. 

Williams, Eloise, Morganton. 

Taylor, Carey, Bridgewater. 

Poole, Bessie, Bridgewater. 

Seals, Bessie, Bridgewater. 

Whisnant, Ethel, Glen Alpine. 

Tomlinson, Lena, Connelly Springs. 
llotVman, Lizzie, Henry. 

Hudson, Sadie, Connelly Springs. 



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Brlttain, Maud, Connelly Springs. 
Keep, Bertha Rutherford College. 
Army. Kola. Worry. 

Campbell, Terlssa, Rutherford College. 

ly. Louise. Connelly Springs. 
Morris. Lillie, Rutin rturcl College. 

Carter, Cornelia A., Morganton. 
Erwlne, Eloise, Morganton. 
Presnell, Mary, Morganton. 
Pearson, Mary, Morganton. 
Holloway, Pearl, Morganton. 
McCurrj Mayo, Morganton. 
Corpening, Belle, Morganton. 
Ervin, Catherine, Morganton. 
Laxton, Buna, Linville Falls. 
Freeman, Joye, Morganton. 
Laxton, Carrie, Morganton. 
Blight, Belle Rutherford College. 
Barber, .1. M.. Rutherford College. 
Bumgarner. Buna, Connelly Springs. 
Hairfleld, E. M.. Morganton. 
Coulter. Prof., Glen Alpine. 
Neill, Gertrude, Glen Alpine. 
Logan, Eva Bridgewater. 
Lewis, Annie, Bridgewater. 
Carter. Lillie, Morganton. 
Neil, Miss, Glen Alpine. 
Beilmer, Mary, Morganton. 
Ross, Catherine, Morganton. 
Marbut, Mrs. W. R., Morganton. 
Sumner, Miss, Morganton. 
Coffey, Gladis, Morganton. 
Young, Mory, Morganton. 



MORGANTON 

Population, 1910: 2,712. White polls, 196 
colored polls, 100. 

Value real estate, $553 740; value personal 
property, $507,000. 

Tax Rate, $1.00 on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $65,000. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— W. E. Walton. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— A. H. Carswell. 

CLERK— Miss Mamie Collett. 

TREASURER— Bank of Morganton. 

TAX COLLECTOR— R. W. Pipkin. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— E. W. Phifer. 

POSTMASTER— Hamilton Erwin. 

R. R. AGENT— E. J. Galloway, Southern. 

EXPRESS AGENT— E. J. Galloway. 

TELEGRAPH MANAGER— H. F. Payne, W. 
U. 

TELEPHONE MANAGER— W. W. Mat- 
thews, Bell. 

Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— J. E. Williams, Pastor. 

EPISCOPAL— No pastor at present. 

METHODIST— E. E. Williamson, Pastor. 

PRESBYTERIAN— C. E. Gregory, Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 

GRADED— E. M. Hairfleld, Supt. 

PATTON'S HIGH— R. L. Patton, Prin. 
Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Hotel Morgan. 

McConnaughey House. 

Hemphill, Mrs. T. L. 

Patton House. 

Southern Hotel. 

Walton House. 

Banks and Bankers. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK— A. M. Kistler, 
Pres. ; A. M. Ingold, Cash. 

THE BANK OF MORGANTON— J. Ernest 
Erwin, Pres., W. E. Walton. Cash. 
Bakers. 

Reid & Co. 

Book Stores. 

Gaither, B. S. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 

Green, E. A. 

Lane & Harrison. 

Kirksey Grocery Co. 

Dale, E. P., & Co. 

McA lister, M. L. 



Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Blue Ridge Wagon Co. 

Cotton and Hosiery Mills. 
Alpine Cotton Mills, Nos. 1. and 2. 
Vaudois Knitting Mills. 

Confectionary Dealers. 
Newton. P. F. 
Ross. W. A. 
Bristol A. B. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 
Kibler, W. M. 
Pearson, J. H. 
Morganton Ice & Fuel Co. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 
Lazarus Bros. 
Davis, B. F. 
\nderson. John. 
Morgan, T .C. 
Cox, X. H. 

Department Stores. 
Lazarus Bros. 

Dentists. 
McMillan, Dr. 
Jeler. 1. P. 
Dula, A. M. 

General Merchandise. 
Kincaid, L. A. 
Beach, J. A., & Co. 

Hay and Grain. 
Shuping & Poteet. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
NEWS HERALD— (Weekly)— T. G. Cobb, 
Editor. 

MORGANTON MESSENGER (Weekly)— T. J. 
Robertson, Editor. 

DEAF CAROLINIAN (Semi-Monthly) — 
Olivia B. Grimes, Editor. 

Druggists. 
Leslie, W. A. 
Burke Drug Co. 

Doctors. 
Riddle, J. B. 
Thifer, E. W. 
Ross, C. E. 
Anderson, J. R. 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
Davis, I. I., & Son. 
Presnell & Hogan. 
Connelly & Cain. 
Cox, X. H. 

Power and Light Companies. 
Morganton Electric Light Co. 
Fruit Dealers. 
Ross. W. A. 
Newton, P. F. 
Bristol, B. 

Fertilizer Dealers. 
Pearson, J. H. 
Beach, J. A., & Son. 

Fish and Oyster Dealers. 
Lowdermilk. Thomas. 
Lane & Harrison. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Claywell Bros. 
Kirksey, Furn. & Hdwe. Co. 

Wholesale Grocers. 
Morganton Grocery Co. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Morganton Hardware Co. 
Kirksey, Furn. & Hdwe. Co. 

Hospitals. 
Grace. 

Insurance Agents. 
Gregg, Caldwell. 
Morganton Ins. & Realty Co. 
Harbison, W. A. 

Jewelers. 
Patton, W. H. 
Wortman, W. A. 
Bridges, H. R. 



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Laundries. 


Hotels and Boarding Houses. 






Morganton Steam Laundry. 


Brinkley, L. F. 






Lawyers. 


Manufacturing Plants. 






Avery, I. T. 


Pitts, J. D. (Lumber). 






Ervin. W. C 
Avery, A. C, Jr. 
Ervin, S. J. 


Pitts & Giles (Lumber). 










Perkins, John T. 


RUTHERFORD COLLEGE. 






Mull, J. M. 


Incorporated in 1881. 






Huffman, E. L. 


Population, 475. 






Spainhour, J. S. 


Value of real estate, $100,000; value of 


per- 




Lunsford, B. L. 


sonal property, $30,000. 






Paint and Oil Dealers. 


TAX RATE— 30c. on the $100. 






Mcrganton Hardware Co. 


Town Officers. 






Kirksey Furn. & Hdw. Co. 
Painters 


MAYOR— J. A. Perry. 






TREASUBKR— J. E. Wilson. 






Lytle, Albert. 


CLERK— L. L. Estes. 






Ervin, Jim. 


CHIEF OF POLICE— J. N. Ledbetter. 






Webber, L. J. 
Queen, Jones. 


POSTMASTER— Lola C. Abernethy. 






Fisher, — . ■ — . 


Livery Stables. 






Produce Dealers. 


Morris, J. B. 






Pearson, John H. 


Shoemakers. 






Plumbers. 


Deal. J. E. 






Fleming, Thomas. 


Schools and Academies. 






Fhotograpners. 


RUTHERFORD COLLEGE— Faculty : 






Webb, L. E. 


M. T. Hinshaw, Pres. 






Gillam, Mrs. M. E. 


Epps, J. L. 






Real Estate Agents. 


E. K. Creel, Latin and German. 






Realty Loan & Guaranty Co. 


Robt. Hinshaw, Mathematics. English 


and 




Morganton Ins. &' Realty Co. 


History. 






Undertakers ana Embalmers. 


Annie Lusk, Music. 






Claywell Bros. 


General Merchants. 






Kirksey Furn. & Hdw. Co. 


Estes, L. L. 






Wall Paper Dealers. 


Wilson, J. E., & Co. 






Ervin, Jim. 


Lefever Bros. 






Claywell Bros. 


Doctors. 






Webber, L. J. 


Goode, T. V., Sr. 






Lytle, Albert. 


Goode, T. V., Jr. 






Kirksey Furn. & Hdw. Co. 

Building & Loan Associations. 


Hotels and Boardi-ig Houses. 






Morganton Building and Loan Association. 


Jordon, M. C. 






Manufacturing Plants. 


Gherry, Mrs. Emma. 






Morganton Furniture Co. 


Hale, Mrs. S. J. 






Morganton Spoke and Handle Factory. 


Feimster, H. A. 
Biggerstaff, Eula. 
Johnson, Mrs. Sallie. 






Morganton Manufacturing & Trading Co. 
Burke Tanning Co. 






Roller Mills. 


Johnson, J. P. 






Morganton Roller Mills. 


Bright, Mrs. M. E. 
Feimster, M. I. 
Koon, Mrs. Rosa. 
Allen, Mrs. L. 






GLEN ALPINE. 




Incorporated in 1881. 


Hinshaw, M. T. 






Population, 1910: White, 387; colored, 31; 


Ledbetter. J. U. 






total, 418. 


College Dormitory. 






Value real estate, $50,000; value personal 


M inisters. 






property, $40,000. 
Tax Rate: 10c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 


METHODIST— B. Wilson, Circuit Rider 
K. Creel, M. T. Hinshaw. 


; E. 




MAYOR— S. M. Hawkins. 
POSTMASTER— B. A. Giles. 


HILDEBRAN. 






CHIEF OF POLICE— C. B. Scott. 


Incorporated in 1859. 






R. R. AGENT — T. A. Simpson, Southern. 


Population in 1914: White, 100; colored 


15. 




MANAGER TELEGRAPH— T. A. Simpson, 


total, 115. 






Ministers and Churches. 


Value of real estate about $60,000. 






BAPTIST— Rev. Williams. 


Town Officers. 






METHODIST— Rev. Swafford. 


MAYOR — J. W. Bailey. 






PRESBYTERIAN— Rev. Moss. 
LUTHERAN— D. A. Goodwin, Pastor. 


POSTMASTER— J. E. Yoder. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— J. W. Bailey. 






Schools and Academies. 


CLERK — G. L. St inc. 






HIGH— R. H. Lanford, Prin. 


TREASURER— J. W. Beach. 






Doctors. 


R. R. AGENT— J. E. Yoder. 






Hemussee, E. A. & B. Long. 


EXPRESS AGENT— J. E. Yoder. 






Druggists. 


General Merchants. 






Hemussee, E. A. 


Cook & Burns. 






Long Drug & Merc. Co. 


Page, John. 






General Merchandise. 


Coffee. N. O. 






Pitts, J. D. 


Foundries. 






Hemussee, M. N. 


Bailey, J. W. 






Butler, W. S. 


Hosiery Mills. 






Giles Bros. 


ciino & Qaron. 








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CABARRUS COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, CONCORD. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), 26.240. 

Formed in 17rrj. Named in honor uf !i Cabarrus. 

AREA — 488 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $6, 031 I ■' value of personal property, $4,056,010. 

Property listed in lull, by whites, $!.i.SN6.4y«: hy negroes, $197,168. 

NUMBER of SCHOOLS— For whites, 4S; for negroes, 22. 

TAX RATE — County purposes, 21 2-3c. on the $100; road and bridges, 30c; interest fund 
5 1 3c 

PUBLIC ROADS — Number miles, 350. Worked by convict labor and taxation. 

Bonded debt, $201,000. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

North Carolina Railroad Company, 17.16 miles, assessed value $1,192,574.11 

Yadkin Railroad, 1.15 miles assessed value 6,900.00 

Pullman Company, assessed value 3,659,03 

Gold Hill Telephone Company, assessed value In. no 

Harrisburg Telephone Company, assessed value 700.00 

Southern Express company, assessed value 2,837.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed value 17,231.53 

Concord Telephone Company, assessed value 3,812.00 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 3,808.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 6,276.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value 1 674.10 

Southern Power Company, assessed value 74,324.00 

Tulin Telephone Company, assessed value 840.00 

Concord Gas Company, assessed value 10,000.00 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— January 4th, April 19th. August 30th, November 1st. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 
OF COURT— C. C. 



Stonestreet, 



CLERK 
Concord. 

SHERIFF — H. W. Caldwell, Concord. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— J. F. Harris, Con- 
cord. 

TREASURER— J. Harvey Dorton. 

CORONER— Dr. S. E. Buchanan. 

STRVEYOR— Swindell Kluttz, Concord. 

SI'PT. OF HOME — J. L. Powell, Concord. 

D Tji n o 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— David Lippard, Con- 
cord. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— W. R. Odell, 
(chm'n), Concord; W. F. Smith Davidson, 
R. 24; G. F. McAlister, Mt. Pleasant. 

COMMISSIONERS— L. A. Weddington 

(chm'n). Concord; C. T. Allison, Concord, R. 
2; W. A. Caston. Concord, R. 4: W. G. 
Newell, Concord, R. 7; A. W. Moose, Mt. 
Pleasant. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— M. H. Caldwell, 
(chm'n), C. A. Isenhour, J. M. Burrage, Con- 
cord. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

No. 1 TOWNSHIP— W. H. Oglesby. J. 
Stallings, Harrisburg. 

No. 3 — C. H. Hamilton Davidson, R. 24. 

No. 4 — L. M. Gillon, Kannapolis; J. 
Winecoff, J. A. Wineeoff. Glass. 

No. 5 — M. J. Sbinn, P. M. Misenheimer, 
Concord, R. 3. 

No. 6 — A. Crowell, G. E. Ritchie, Concord, 
R. 4; Geo. M. Cress. R. 4. 

No. 7— G. W. Dry, G. H. Moose, J. C. Isen- 
hour, J. W. Honeycutt, Gold Hill, R. 2. 

No. 8— L. S. Shirey, W. B. Fisher. Mount 
Pleasant; L. A. Lipe, H. L. Hahn, Mt. 
Pleasant. 

No. 9 — D. M. Coley. Georgeville. 

No. 10.— w. G. Newell, Concord, R. 7; D. G. 
Pope, Harrisburg, R. 4. 

No. 11— C. F. Smith, Bost's Hill; W. F. 
Stegall, Bost Hill. 

No. 12— J. N. Brown. W. J. Hill, G. M. 
Lore, C. A. Pitts, M. L. Furer, J. P. Howard, 
J. F. Bunn, Concord. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

METHODIST — W. T. Allbright, Concord: S. 
L. Owens, Kannapolis, P. W. Tucker, Kan- 
napolis; R. L. Forbis, Concord. 



W. 



W. 



PRESBYTERIAN— J. E. Summers, Concord. 
R. 2; Rev. Myers, Kannapolis. 

BAPTIST — J. W. Snider, Concord; S. J. 
Beeker, Kannapolis. 

LUTHERAN— C. R. Pless, Concord; Rev. 
Park, Kannapolis. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

ROCKY RIVER HIGH— W. G. Caswell. 
Prin., Concord, R. 6. 

SUNDERLAND HALL FOR GIRLS— Melissa 
Montgomery, Prin., Concord, R. 6. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Grier, S. A., Harrisburg. 

Black J. C, Harisburg, R. 2. 

Yow, I. A., Georgeville. 

Gouger, George J., Concord, R. 2. 

Flow, J. W., Kannapolis. 

Caudle, H. H, Kannapolis. 

Pharr. T. F., Concord, R. 6. 

Earnhardt, John, Concord, R. 4. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Shinn & Widenhouse, Georgeville. 

Barrier & Son, Georgeville. 

Little, D J., Bosts Mills. 

Green-Hartsell Co., Harrisburg, R. 4. 

Carriker, J. W., Harrisburg. R. 4. 

Carriker & Baker, Cabarrus. 

A. O. Carrier, Cabarrus. 

Biggers, R. W., Concord, R. 7. 

Burleyson, Mrs. Jeanet, Concord, R. 7. 

Oglesby, W. H., Harrisburg. 

Teeter, M. F., & Co., Harrisburg. 

Alexander, J. F., Harrisburg. 

Morrison. D. L.. Harisburg. 

Harrv, W. D., Harrisburg, R. 3. 

Cook. J. W.. Concord, R. 2. 

Smith Bros.. Davidson. R. 24. 

Emerson, M. A., Concord. R. 2. 

Andrews, S. R., Concord, R. 2. 

Herrin, M. E., Mt. Pleasant, R. 1. 

Lentz, A. C, & Co.. Gold Hill, R. 2. 

Watts Bros., Concord, R. 4. 
I Seaford, John, Concord, R. 4. 

Richmond- Sloan Co., Kannapolis. 

Wilkinson. H. B., & Co., Kannapolis. 

Cook & Foil, Kannapolis. 

Lowe Bros. Co., Kannapolis. 

Graham & Thomason. 

Smith, F. L., Drug Co., Kannapolis. 



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Yates, A. W., Concord. 
Stallings, P. F., Concord. R. 6. 
Goodnight & Johnson, Concord. R. 2. 
Black, Sam, Harrisburg, R. 2. 

COTTON GINS. 
Bost, E. T., Bosts Mills. 
Cannon Mfg. Co., Kannapolis. 
Stallings, P. F.. Concord, R. 6. 
Garmon. John, Concord, R. 6. 
Flovve & McAnnulty, Concord, R. 7. 
R. A. Brown's Sons, Concord. 
Shinn & Widenhouse, Georgeville. 
Cannon, W. F., Concord, R. 1. 
Poplar Tent Ginning Co., Concord. R. 1. 
Harrisburg Improvement Co.. Harrisburg. 
Smith Bros.. Davidson, R. 24. 
Teeter, M. F., Concord, R. 6. 
Russell, R. A.. Concord. 
Flowe & White, Concord. 
McEachern. J. C. . Harrisburg, R. 4. 
Morrison Bros., Concord. R. 2. 
Barnhardt, J. L.. Concord. R. 5. 
Hagler, George, Concord, R. 5. 
Measimer, E. C, Concord. R. 5 . 
Green, J. B., Harrisburg, R. 4. 
Foil Bros., Mt. Pleasant. 
Herrin, M. E., Mt. Pleasant. 
Triece, J. P., Glass. 
Harry, W. D., Harrisburg. 
Wallace. J. R., Huntersville. 
W. R. Kindley Mfg. Co., Mt, Pleasant. 
Southern Cotton Oil Co., Concord. 
Widenhouse, M. L., Concord. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Bost, E. T.. Bosts Mills. 
Garmon. John, Concord, R. 6. 
Morris, W. W., Concord. 
Cox Bros., Concord, R. 1. 
Furr, M. M., Concord. R. 7. 
Green & Garmon. Harrisburg, R. 4. 
Shinn & Widenhouse, Georgeville. 
Kindley, W. R., Mt. Pleasant. 
Foil Bros., Mt. Pleasant. R. 3. 
Concord Milling Co., Concord. 
Cabarrus Roller Mill, Concord. 
Blackwelder, G. A., Concord. 
Moose, G. D. Concord, R. 4. 

SAW MILLS. 
Safrit, R. W., Concord, R. 4. 
Bost, W. B. J.. Concord, R. 4. 
Heinze, John, Mt. Pleasant. 
Faggart & Brafford, Concord, R. 5. 
Hartsell, R. L., Smiths Ford. 
Chaney, W. M., Harrisburg, R. 4 
McEachern. J. C, Harrisburg, R. 4- 
Rost, E. T., Bosts Mills. 
Kluttz. Martin. Rockwell, R. 1. 
Dees, R. A., Concord. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Flowe, Dora, Concord, R. 7. 
Ridenhour, D. L., Concord, R. 6. 
Gourley, Mary P., Concord, R. 6. 
Covington, Sue, Concord, R. 6. 
Hamilton, F. A., Harrisburg, R. 4. 
Howie, Maud, Harrisburg, R. 4. 
Lapsley, Catherine, Concord, R. 6. 
Moose, D. W. , Harrisburg. 
Crier. Anna B., Harrisbur5C 
Morrison, Lee Annie, Harrisburg. 
Walker, Elsie, Concord, R. 6. 
Townsend, Iva, Harrisburg. 
Fisher, Lavenia, Concord, R. 1. 
Brown, Mary, Harrisburg. 
Alexander, Loma, Concord, R. 1. 
Hostetter, Maud, Concord, R. 1. 
Johnson, Cora, Concord, R. 1. 
Murph, Chas, Concord, R. fi. 
Sharp, Mr., Davidson, R. 24. 
Walace, Maud, Davidson, R. 24. 
Ritchie, Nora. Concord, R. 2. 
Corriher, Maud, Concord, R. 2. 
Johnson, Delia, Huntersville, R. 21. 



<>», ris, C. It.. Concord, It. 3. 

McCanless, W. I"., Kannapolis. 

Query, Margarette, I am ipolis. 

Harry. Sarah, Kannapolis. 

Caldwell, Sue, Kannapolis. 

Cooke, Lula, Kannapolis. 

Furr, Ethel, Kannapolis. 

Morris, Mary Lou. Kannapolis. 

Carter, Clara. Kannapolis. 

Waugh, Ruth, Kanuapoli 

Ridenhour, Laura. Concord. 

Ridenhour, T. II., Concord, R. 2. 

Rumple, Ella, Class. 

Laughlin. Novella, Concord, K. J. 

Fisher, Frances, Concord, K. 2. 

Weddington, w. J., Concord. 

Patterson. Helen, Concord. 

Werner, Helen, Concord. 

Winecoff, Evelyn, Concord. 

Walker. O. T., Concord. R. :!. 

Sapp, Rubie. Concord. R. 3. 

Shinn. M. J., Concord. R. 3. 

Castor, Sadie. Concord, R. 3. 

Brumley, Mary. Concord. R. 3. 

Harris, Virginia. Concord, R. 2. 

Suther, J. A., Concord. R. 4. 

Carter, Leola, Concord, K. 4. 

Walker, Myrtie, Concord. R. 4. 

Holshouser, Marv. Rockwell 

Ritchie, C. H., Concord, B. 4. 

Heilig, Bess, Mount Pleasant. 

Bikle, L. A., Concord, R. 4. 

Ritchie, Ella, Concord R. 4. 

Barringer, Jennie, Gold Hill. 

Stifford, Walter, Concord. R. 4. 

Shoe. Mittie. Gold Hill, R. 1. 

Morgan, Lillie, Gold Hill, R. 1. 

Myers, Sallie. Cold Hill. 

Cline, Lillian, Concord. R. 4. 

('line, Addie, Concord, R. 4. 

McLaughlin, Maye, Mt. Pleasant. 

Pharr. Mary, Concord, R. 5. 

Sickles, W. R., Mount Pleasant. 

Barnhardt, C. H. , Mrs., Mount Pleasant. 

Heilig, Mary, Mount Pleasant. 

Barringer. Lena. Mount Pleasant. 

Shinn, K. A., Georgeville. 

Walker, Fannie, Georgeville. 

Krimminger, Amanda, Bost Mills. 

Barrier. P. A. Mount Pleasant, K. 3. 

Andrews, C. R. , Concord. 

Meroney, Lillie. Harrisburg. 

Peck, Leona, Harrisburg. 

Hartman, Anna, Concord, It. 7. 

Gourley, J. B.. Mrs., Concord, R. 7. 

VanHoy, H. P., Concord, R. 7. 

Bost, Fannie. Concord, R. 7. 

Keller. A. W . Midland. 

Hurlocker, Margaret, Midland. 

Barbee. B. J.. Mount Pleasant. 

Blackwelder, Ida. Concord, It. 5. 

Keever, Lizzie, Concord, R. 5. 

Grant, D. P., Concord, R. 5. 

Shinn, Viola, Concord, It. •"■. 

VanHoy, J. W., Concord. R. 6. 

Beason, Beatrice, Concord. R. 6. 

Pharr, Bernice. Concord, Tt. G. 

MeCurdy, Fannie, Concord, 

Crowell, Margarette, Concord. 

Lippard, Ethel, Concord. 

OTNCORD. 

Police Census, 9,046. 

White polls, 1,109; colored polls. 119, 

Value of real estate $2,145,130; valu. Ol pel 
sonal property, $1,169,717. 

TAX RATE: $1.65 on the $100 and $2.76 on 
the poll. 

Bonded debt, $344., 500. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— A. F. Hartsell. 

CHIEF of POLICE -J. M. Mabery. 

CLERK & TREASURER- W. .1. Weddington. 

TAX COLLECTOR— J. C. Fink. 



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CABARRUS COUNTY. 



ATTORNEY— T. D. Maness. 

POSTMASTER— jr. L. Buchanan. 

It. R. AGENT R. 1' Morris 

EXPRESS AGENT— W. M. Busbee. 

TELEGRAPH MANAGER— Virginia Fouchee. 
\V. r. 

TELEPHONE MANAGERS— L. D. Coletrane, 
Concord Telp. Co. : Maud Brown, Southern Bell. 
Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— First, J. V. Tilley. 

EPISCOPAL— Rev. Phosperiti. 

METHODIST— Central, M. F. Moores. Pas- 
tor: Forest Hill. M. T. Smathers. Pastor: Ep- 
worth, A. S. Raper, Pastor; West Concord, 
R. K. Brady, Pastor. 

PRESBYTERIAN— First, J. M. Grier, Pas- 
tor: McKlnnon, A. D. Wauchope: Cannonvllle, 
W. ('. Wanehope; Bayless Memorial, A. D. 
Wauchope, rastor. 

ASSOCIATE REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN 
— .T. R. Hooten. 

GERMAN REFORMED— W. H. Warner, Pas- 
tor. 

METHODIST PROTESTANT— J. R. Hutton. 
Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 

HIGH— W. W. Morris. Prin. 

GRADED— A. S. Webb, Supt. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

St. Cloud. 

New South Cafe. 

Piedmont Cafe. 

Cline & Mabry. 

Hopkins House. 

Allen Hotel. 

Architects. 

Querry, John R. 

Caldwell, D. A. 

National Lumber Co. 

Brown, R. A , & Sons. 

Banks and Bankers. 

CONCORD NATIONAL— D. B. Coltrane, 
Pres. : L. D. Coltrane. Cash. 

CABARRUS SAVINGS— H. I. Woodhouse. 
Pres. ; C. W. Swink, Cash. 

CITIZENS BANK & TRUST CO.— A. Jones 
Yorke, Pres. ; C. B. Wagoner, Cash. 
Bakers. 

The Concord Steam Bakery- 
Brick Manufacturers. 

R. A. Brown's Sons. 

Bottling Works. 

Carolina Bottling Co. 

Cheri-Cola Bottling Works. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

Ivey Shoe Store. 

White-Morrison-Flowe Co. 

Brown-Cannon Co. 

Parks, H. L., & Co. 

Parks-Belk Co. 

Wilkinson-Widenhouse Co. 

Barrier-Widenhouse & Co. 

Efird's. 

Smith, T. J.. & Bro. 

Waddell. I. H., & Sons. 

Furr & Bost. 

Widenhouse & Sons. 

Dry. C. A., & Co. 

Furr. J. M. 

Walter, M. C, Co. 

Smith, J. E. Bros. 

Book Stores. 

White-Morrison -Flow Co. 
Home Educational Co. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 
Dayvault, J. F., & Co. 
Graher, H. A., & Sons. 
Sappenfleld, C. M. 
Kestler, G. W. 



Building and Loan Associations. 

The Cabarrus Building, Loan & Savings As- 
sociation. 

The Concord Perpetual Building and Loan As- 
soclation. 

Citizens Building and Loan Association, 
Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 

Dees, R. B. (Manufacturer). 

Yorke & Wadsworth Co. 

Ritchie Hardware Co. 

Dayvault, A. S. 

Clubs. 

Elk's Home. 

Cotton and Hosiery Mills. 

Cannon Manufacturing Co. 

Cabarrus Cotton Mills. 

Gibson Manufacturing Co. 

Locke Cotton Mills Co. 

Young-Hartsell Mills Co. 

Brown Manufacturing 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 & Barrier. 

McKinley & Cosby. 

Gibson Drug Store. 

Peoples Drug Co. 

Davis Drug Co. 

Contractors and Builders. 

Querry, John, R. 

Caldwell, D. A. 

Wathall. R. L. 

R. A. Brown's Sons. 

Nation Lumber Co. 

Niblock, T. C. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 

Craven, K. L., & Sons. 

R. A. Brown's Sons. 

Pounds, A. B. 

Cook, D. M. 

Sapp, J. T. 

Chamber of Commerce. 

UNITED CITIZENS CLUB— L. W. Brander, 
Pres. ; J. C. Fink. Sec. & Treas. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 

Hoover's, Inc. 

Brown -Cannon Co. 

V.'liUe-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. 

Cotton Buyers. 

Kennett, J. A. 

Archibald, N. A. 

White, E. F. 

Sappenfleld, A. L. 

Department Stores. 

Parks, H. L. & Co. 

Efird's 

Parks-Belk Co. 

Dentists. 

Herring. IT. C. 
Houston. W. C. 
Ezzell, W. L. 
Davis, J. V. 

Tobacco Dealers. 
Hartsell, A. F., Co. (Wholesale). 
Patterson, G. W. (Wholesale). 



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Druggists. 

Gibson Drug Store, Inc. 
Davis Drug Co. 
Cabarrus Drug Co. 
Peoples Drug Co. 
Marsh. M. L. 
Laughlin, J. F. 

Doctors. 
Smoot. J. E. 
l'emberton, W. D. 
Caldwell D. G. 
King, R. M. 
Lafferty, J. S. 
Wallace, J. W. 
Reed, J. F. 
MacFayden, R. R. 
Patterson, J. A. 
Wadsworth, W. H. 
Rankin, S. W. 
Buchanan, S. E. 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
White-Morrison-Flowe Co. 
Parks, H. L., & Co. 
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. 
Gaskel, S. M. 

Fruit Dealers. 
Patterson, G. W. (Wholesale). 
Concord Candy Kitchen. 
Ritz H. G. 
Dove & Bost Co. 
Lippard & Barrier. 
Scarboro & Roberts. 
Norman, J. 
Cline, .Tohn W. 
Glass, W. J. 

Power and Light Companies. 
Board of Light and Water Commissioners. 
Southern Power Co. 

Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 
White- Morrison-Flowe Co. 
Cline & Moose. 
Davault, A. S. 
Yorke & Wadsworth Co. 

Fish and Oyster Dealers. 
Sappenfleld, C. M. 
('line & Mabrey. 
New South Cafe. 

Foundries and Iron Works. 
Concord Foundry & Machine Works. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Bell- Harris Furniture Co. 
Craven Bros. Furniture and Undertaking Co. 
Concord Furniture Co. 
Wilkinson, H. B., & Co. 

Furniture Factory. 
Yorke Furniture Co. 

Garages. 
Cabarrus Motor Car Co. 
Lipe, L. E. 
Blume, J. C. 

Gas Plant. 
Concord Gas Co. 

Grocers. 
Hartsell, A. F., & Co. (Wholesale). 
Patterson, G. W. (Wholesale). 
White-Morrison-Flowe Co. 
Lippard & Barrier. 
Cline, John W. 
Glass, W. J. 
Parks, H. L., & Co. 
Smith. J. E., & Bro. 
Dove & Bost Co. 
Waddell. I. H., & Son. 
Smith, T. J., & Bro. 



Wilkinson-Widenhouse & Co. 
Walker, D. M. 
Williams, C. J., & Co. 
Furr & Bost. 
Querry, J. C. 

Barrier-Widenhouse & Co. 
Laughlin, John. 
Blackwelder, Arthur. 
Slither, C. A. 
Dry. C. A., & Son. 
Barr. S. M., & Bro. 
Walter, M. C, Co. 
Widenhouse & Sons. 

Five and Ten-Cent Stores. 
Braehen, Miss Glenn. 
United 5 and 10c Store. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Yorke & Wadsworth Co. 
Ritchie Hardware Co. 

Hospital. 
The Concord Hospital. 

Ice Manufacturer. 
Pounds. A. B. 

Insurance Agents. 
White. E. F. (Life and Fire). 
Virginia Life Insurance Co. 
Metropolitan Insurance Co. 
Fetzer, P. B., (Life and Fire). 
Patterson, John K. (Life and Fire). 
Southern Loan & Trust Co. (Life and Flri I. 
Citizens Bank & Trust Co. (Fire). 
Hendrix, J. M. (Fire). 

Jewelers. 
Correll, W. C, Jewelery Co. 
Willeford, J. C. 
Collett. J. W. 
Kirkwood, R. 

Junk Dealers. 
Robbins, W. L. 
Craven, K. L., & Sons. 

Laundries. 
Concord Steam Laundry. 

Lawyers. 
Hartsell, L. T. 
Crowell. J. L. 
Means, W. G. 
Stickley, M. B. 
Puryear, H. S. 
Williams. H. S. 
Mar.ess, T. D. 
Furr. D. M. 
Caldwell, M. H. 
Hutchison. J. W. 
Palmer. A. B. 
Carver, G. A. 
Van Hoy, J. W. 

Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 
Yorke Furniture Co. 
Niblock. F. C 
National Lumber Co. 

Livery Stables. 
Corl, M. J., & Sons. 
Erown, M. L.. & Bro. 
Corl-Wadsworth Co. 
Sapp, T. J. 
Fisher, G. L. 
Waddell, I. H. 
Parnell, Ed. 

Marble Works. 
Freeze & Utley. 

Machinery Dealers. 
Yorke & Wadsworth Co. 
Ritchie Hardware Co. 

Medicine Manufacturers. 
Gowan Medical Co. 

Oil Mills. 
Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

Paint and Oil Dealers. 
Ritchie Hardware Co. 
Yorke & Wadsworth Co. 



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Painters. 
Correll, E. i 
Brown, J. LaPayette. 

Wliitlock, Marvin (Sinn). 
Mund. Frank. 
Whitlock, William. 
Kit/.. H. G. (Sign). 
Blair, Chas. 

Plumbers. 
Grady, E. B. 

Piano and Organ Dealers. 
Bell & Harris Furniture Co. 
Wilkinson, W. A 

Photographers. 
Matthews. 

Newspapers and Editors. ^ 
TIMES (Semi-Weekly)— J. B. Sherrill, Prop. 
PAIL'S TRIBUNE— J. B. Sherrill, Prop. 
CHRONICLE (Semi-Weekly)— J. M. L. Lyer- 
iv. Editor. 

OUTLOOK (Weekly)— Stonewall Jackson 
Training School, Publishers. 

Real Estate Agents. 
Southern Loan & Trust Co. 
Patterson, John K. 
White, E. F. 
Concord Ins. and Real Estate Co. 

Tailors. 
Concord Pressing Club. 
City Pressing Club. 
Vacuum Pressing Club. 
Love, J. E. 
Lowe, S. J. 

Street Railway. 
\ T . C. Public Service Co. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Bell & Harris Furniture Co. 
Craven Bros. Furniture & Undertaking Co. 
Wilkinson, H. B., & Co. 

Veterinary Surgeons. 
Griffin, B. L. 
Bunn. J. F. 
Spencer, T. N. 

Wall Paper Dealers. 
Correll, E. F. 
Mund, Frank. 



MT. PLEASANT. 

Incorporated in 1856. 

Population, 1910: White, 800; colored, 150; 
total. 950. 



Value real estate, $75,000; value personal 
property, $170,000. 

TAX RATE: 30c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MATOB Lee Foil. 
POSTMASTER— J. B. McAllister. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— J. L. Lefler. 

Ministers and Churches. 
LUTHERAN— A. G. Goodman, Pastor. 
GERMAN KEFOBMED— Rev. Stanly. 
METHODIST— G. A. Stamps. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— Hugh Barrier. Prin. 
MT. PLEASANT COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE 
— G. F. McAllister. Prin. 

MT. AMONAE SEMINARY— J- H. C. Fisher, 
Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 

CABARRUS SAVINGS BANK OF MT. 
PLEASANT— H. I. Woodhouse. Pres. ; L. J. 
Foil, Cash. 

Doctors. 
Bunn, J. J. 
Foil, M. A. 
Matthews, J. M. 

Druggists. 
Moose, A. W. 

General Merchants. 
Foil Bros. 
Heilig, C. G. 
Hartsell, W. S. 
Mt. Pleasant Mercantile Co. 
Lentz. C. G. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Welsh House. 
Lentz Hotel. 

Livery Stables. 
Bitchie, Luther. 
Louder, J. F. 

Manufacturing Plants. 

Tuscarora Cotton Mill. 

W. R. Kindley Cotton Mills. 

Mt. Pleasant Lumber Co. 

Herring, J. O., Machine Shops. 

Foil Bros. Boiler Mils. 

Kindley Boiler Mill. 

Lefler. J. H., Machine Shop. 



CALDWELL COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, LENOIR. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), 20,579. 

Formed in 1841. Named in honor of Dr. Joseph Caldwell, first President of the 
of North Carolina. 

ABEA — 450 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $2,553,463; value of personal property $1,647,2S0. 

Property listed in 1914, by whites, $4,140,266; by negroes, $60,477. 

XT'MBEB OF SCHOOLS— For whites, 86; for negroes. 14. 

TAX RATE — County Purposes, 19c. on the $100; special, 6 2-3c. 

County bonded debt, $15,000. 

PUBLIC ROADS— Worked under old State law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Express Co. , assessed value 5 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Lenoir Electric Co., assessed value 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway, 3S.34 miles, assessed value 

Citizens Light and Power Co., assessed value 

Watauga. Turnpike Co. . assessed value 

Lenoir & Blodiwng Bock Telegraph Co-, assessed value 

Lenoir & Blowing Rock Turnpike Line, assessed value 

Hickory Electric Co. , assessed value 

Watauga Electric Ci 

Watauga and Yadkin Biver Bailroad Co 

Blowing Bock Line 

St'PEBIOB COUKT TERMS — February 22, May 10, August 23 (civil), November 



University 



5,757.00 

1.106.00 

5,00n.tlH 

357,240.00 

9.950.00 

4,000.00 

500.00 

11,666.00 

1,545.00 

1,350.00 

12,450.00 

523.00 

15 (civil) 



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COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— W. C. Moore. Jr., Le- 
noir. 

SHERIFF— J. A. Triplett. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— J. M. Crisp, Lenoir. 

TREASURER— E. L. Steel. Lenoir. 

CORONER — John L. Austin, Lenoir, R. 2. 

SURVEYOR— R. C. Houck, Lenoir. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— L. H. Coffey. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— Y. D. Moors, Lenoir. 

SUPT. OF HOME— Andy Teague. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— P. G. Mool, 
Ganite Falls; M. L. Greer, Lenoir; R. B. Bush, 
Lenoir. 

COMMISSIONERS— W. J. Harrington. Pat- 
terson; Elgie Estes, Lenoir; G. P. Settlemlre. 

HOARD OF ELECTIONS— J. C. Seagle, 
(chra'n) ; VV. S. Miller, L. E. Rabb. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

JOHN'S RIVER TOWNSHIP— Tom Moore, 
Collettsville; D. W. Loyd, C. H. Holloway. 

HUDSON— W. H. H. Hastley, D. L. Sulli- 
van. 

KING'S CREEK— G. M. Icenhour, Chas L. 
McGee, Pieklns Barlow, King's Creek. 

WILSON'S CREEK— T. R. Candill. 

LENOIR— W. L. Swanson, G. P. Kay lor, A. 
J. Bradshaw, J. A. Buah, Sr. 

LOWER CREEK— P. J. McDode. F. S. Mc- 
Gowan, E. A. Poe. 

LITTLE RIVER— M., J. Smith, W. L. Deal, 
John M. Downs. 

GLOBE— I. G. Greer, B. A. Crump, Thos J. 
Cook. 

NORTH CATAWBA— G. W. Smith, D. N. 
W. Smith, A. C. Craig. 

TATTERSON— C. J. Dobbins. J. N. Harri- 
son, E. J. Bryant. 

YADKIN VALLEY— O. F. Annas, R. L. 
Miller, C. H. Hawkins. 

LOVELADY— I. A. Starnes, I. B. Wil- 
liams. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

SECOND ADVENTIST— G. D. Sherrill. Le- 
noir. R. 1; R. L. Isbell. Patterson; W. R. 
Cottrell, Lenoir; N. W. Harrison, Blowing 
Rock. 

BAPTIST— E. D. Crisp, I. W. Thomas, Le- 
noir; W. N. Cook, J. R. J. Annas. D. L. Miller, 
Saw Mills ;J. B. Phillips, Happy; L. C. King, 
Gamewell: S. M. McCall, Collettsville; J. R. 
Benfield, Lenoir. R. 1. 

METHODIST— J. M. Kennedy, D. F. Carver, 
Granite Falls; G. W. Fink. Whitnel. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

GLOBE ACADEMY (Now used as Public 
School Building). 

KING'S CREEK ACADEMY— Now used as 
Public School Building. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Carter, G. H., King's Creek. 

White, W. H., Collettsville. 

Coffey. L. H., Lenoir. 

Moore, J. Claude. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Smith. W. M., Granite Falls. 
Smith, J. M., Granite Falls, R. 2. 
Smith, G. W., Lenoir, R. 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., King's Creek. 

FLOUR. CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Moore Bros., Granite Falls, R. 2. 
Tuttle, D. B., Gamewell. 
Cedar Valley Mills. Lenoir, R. 2. 
Smith, H. S., & Co., Petra. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Crisp, W. C, Lenoir. R. 4. 
Huntley, Lelia, Lenoir, R. 4. 
Moore, W. H., Lenoir. R. 4. 
Nelson, Laura, Patterson. 
Kincaid, W. D.. Lenoir, R. 5. 
Anderson, Fannie, Lenoir, R. 5. 
Setzer, Albert, Lenoir. R. .".. 
Littlejohn, F. I., Lenoir, R. .",. 
Satterwhite, Olie, Lenoir. R. 4. 
Houck, E. C, Lenoir. R. 4. 
King, Boone, Lenoir, R. 5. 
Link, Estelle, Mis.. Lenoir, R. 5. 
Crump, L. L., Lenoir, R. .".. 
Benfield, H. S.. Whitnel. 
Whisnant, Jennie, Whitnel 
Swanson, W. L., Lenoir, R. 3. 
Anderson, Dora, Lenoir, R. 4. 
Anderson, Zella, Lenoir, R. 4. 
Conley, G. P., Lenoir. 
Kent. H. M., Mrs.. Lenoir, R. ",. 
Miller. Frank, Lenoir. R. 5. 
Icenhour, Maud. Lenoir, R. 2. 
May. W. P., Lenoir, R. 2. 
Bush, R. B., Lenoir, It. 1. 
Swanson, Mabel, Lenoir, It. 1. 
Austin, S. L., Lenoir, R. 1. 
Story, Pearl, Lenoir, R. 1. 
Hoover, Vonnie, Mrs., Lenoir, R. 1. 
Greer, J. F., Lenoir, R. 1. 
Kirby, Ella. Valmead. 
Dysart, Minnie, Valmead. 
White, J. C, Valmead. 
Smith, F. L., Grandin. 
Smith, F. C, Kings Creek. R. 1. 
Filer, Ollie, Grandin. 
Janes, B. C, Lenoir, R. 1. 
Sudderth, H. X.. Kings Creek. R. 1. 
Beach, H. M., Lenoir. R. 1. 
Haas, Grace, Lenoir, R. 1. 
Haas, J. S., Lenoir, R. 1. 
Isbell, J. H., Kings Crei k. 
Isbell, J. II., Mrs.. Kings Creek. 
Laxton, F. D.. Kings Creek. 
Parlier, J. T.. Kings Creek. 
Greer, Belle. Kings Creek. R. 1. 
Pennell, Carl, Kings Creek, R. 1. 
McGhee, C. C, Kings Creek. R. 1. 
Wilson, Maggie, Lenoir, R. 2. 
Steele, S. C, Lenoir, R. 2. 
Story, T. E., Lenoir, R. 2. 
Settle, Effe, Lenoir, R. 2. 
Hill. Ruby, Lenoir, R. 2. 
Deal, F. M., Lenoir, R. 2. 
Downs, .1. M., Lenoir. R. 2. 
Livingston, J. F., Draco. 
Reid, S. L., Draco. 
Winkler. W. B. . Draco. 
Parlier, Mildred, Kings Creek. 
Flowers, J. F., Downsville. 
Brown, Rosa Edna, Granite falls. R. 1. 
Smith, Osborne, Granite falls. R. 1. 
Looper, W. 1'.. Granite Falls. R. 1. 
Storm. Addin, Granite Falls. 
Wilson. J. W.. Granite Palls, K. 2. 
Tolbert, Penson, Lenoir, R. 2. 
Abernethy, W. F. 1... Granite Palls, Et. 1 
Yount, J. Iv., Granite Falls. It. 1. 
Yount. W. A.. Granite Falls. R. 1. 
Tolbert, J. C. Granite Falls. R. ::. 
Sherrill, J. W.. Granite Falls. K. 3. 
Teague. T. G., Granite Falls, R. :; 



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I per, .1. B., Granite Falls, It. 3. 

Bingham, Almeda, Granite Falls, R. F. 
Starnes, J, A.., Granite Falls, it. F. D. 
MeCall, s. B., Granite Falls, R. 3. 
Deal, Bess, Granite Falls, R. 3. 
Burnes, A. E., Granite Falls, It. 3. 

ui more, Ruth, Granite Falls, It. 1. 

Whltener, Hcula. Granite Falls. It. 1. 
Smith, H. S., Granite Falls, it. 1. 
Martin, S. C, Granite Falls, B. 1. 
Busbee, (i. ('., Granite Falls, R. 2. 
Down, M„ Granite Falls, R. 2. 
Evans, w. J... Hudson, it. 1. 
Rector, Claude, Granite Falls, R. 2. 
Bush, Lizzie, Granite Falls, It. 2. 
Bi an, W. .1.. Granite Fails. R. 2. 
Bush, Helen, Mrs., Lenoir, R. 3. 
Walker, \V. W., Lenoir, It. 3. 
Wright, Francis P., Hudson. 
Smoak, Edith, Hudson. 
Sherrill, Anie, Mrs., Lenoir. 
Tlironeburg, P. M., Hudson. 
Craig, Zora, Hudson, R. 1. 
Craig, H. A., Lenoir, R. 2. 
Barlow, Minnie, Hudson, R. 1. 
Harris, A. P., Hudson, R. 1. 
Smith, R. M., Saw Mills. 
Lard, Toy, Mrs.. Saw Mills. 
Parker, W. IL, Saw Mills. 
Bingham, I. J., Collettsville. 
Bingham, I. J., Mrs., Collettsville. 
Moore, T. J., Collettsville. 
Fleming, Ethel, R. 5. 
Ray. D. O., Lenoir, R. 5. 
Perkins, M. E., Adako. 
Webb, R. S., Adako. 
Bingham, Minerva, Collettsville. 
Clawson, Euolia, Collettsville. 
Estes, M. C, Collettsville. 
Elrod, J. E., Patterson. 
Nelson, Geo. W., Patterson. 
Glass, L. D., Patterson. 
MeCall, Geo. A., Patterson. 
Kerley, Alma, Finley. 
Curtis, Maude, Finley. 
MeCall, W. A., Finley. 
Thompson, Delia, Blowing Rock. 
Harrison, N. W., Blowing Rock. 
Miller, H. A., Rufus. 
Johnson, J. F., Rufus. 
Coffey, Alice, Rufus. 
Roberts, T. W.. Lenoir, R. 4. 
Coffey. J. C, Risden. 
Lenoir, J. M., Tuttle. 
Crisp, H. S., Lenoir, R. 4. 
Tate, Maud, Lenoir. 
Harper, James, Patterson. 
Miller, R. L., Buffalo Cove. 
Crisp, Myrtle, Buffalo Cove. 
Pipes, R. H, Buffalo Cove. 
Steele, Bertha, Legerwood. 
Livingstone, Dessie, Yadkin Valley. 
Hawkins, C. H, Yadkin Valley. 
Steele, Bertha, Legerwood. 

Steele, H. B.. Yadkin Valley. 
Hawkins, Francis, Yadkin Valley. 
Annas, Perry, Yadkin Valley. 
Clinard, Frank A., Yadkin Valley. 
Williams, Otis, Y'adkin Valley. 
Annas, Otis, Y'adkin Valley. 
Mast, A. M.. Rufus. 
Cook, Tod L., Globe. 
Reece, Lilly, Globe. 
Holloway, Z. V., Globe. 
Greene, Elizabeth, Upton. 
Peoples, Maude, Upton. 
Haynes, J. C. L., Upton. 
Curtis, Annie, Globe. 
Gragg, J. L., Globe. 
Gragg, Etta, Shulls Mills. 
Gragg, W. H., Kelsey. 



D. 



LENOIR. 

Population, 1910: About 4,000. 

White polls, 407; colored polls, 85. 

Value of real estate, $450,000; value of per- 
sonal property, $(150,000. 

TAX RATE; 66 2-3c. on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $100,000: floating debt, $5,000. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— Mark Squires. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— F. T. Sherrill. 

CLERK— J. E. Shell. 

TREASURER— J. E. Shell. 

TAX COLLECTOR— F. T. Sherrill. 

STANDARD-KEEPER— D. S. Perry. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— Dr. L. H. Coffey. 

POSTMASTER— V. D. Guire. 

R. R. AGENT— F. C. Hanks, C. &. N. W. 

EXPRESS AGENT— L. B. Huntley. 

TELEGRAPH MANAGER— Elean Hailey, 
W. U. 

TELEPHONE MANAGER— C. B. Dasher. 
Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— J. O. Fulbrieht. Pastor. 

EPISCOPAL— J. Y. Joyner, Rector. 

MF.THODIST— Z. E. Barnhardt, Pastor; B. 
F. Wellons. 

PRESBYTERIAN— Charles T. Squires, Pastor. 

ZION REFORMED— A. S. Peeler, Pastor. 

EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN— J. S. Deal, 
Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 

DAVENPORT COLLEGE— Dr. J. B. Craven, 
Pres. 

GRADED— G. O. Rogers, Supt. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Dellinger's Cafe. 

Tuttle's. 

Carl helm Hotel. 

Icard House. 

Martin's. 

Gem Cafe. 

Architects. 

Poe. E. A. 

McDade, P. J. 

Triplett Bros. 

Banks and Bankers. 

BANK OF LENOnt— G. W. F. Harper, Pres. ; 
J. H. Beall. Cash. 

FIRST NATIONAL— T. J. Lutz, Pres; T. C. 
Pegram, Cash. 

Building and Loan Associations. 

Citizens B. & L. Association, W. M. Minish, 
Sec. 

Mutual B. & L. Association — E. F. Allen, 
Sec. 

Board of Trade. 

J. H. Beall, Pres.; W. E. Miller, Sec. 
Barber Shops. 

Lenoir Barber Shop. 

Shell, Oscar L. 

Wilson. J. R. 

Bakers. 

Brannon & Angley. 

Book Stores. 

Lenoir Book Store. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 

Huffman, Luther. 

MeCall, W. B. 

Abernethy, E. A. 

Cloer, G. W. 

Carriage Dealers. 

Barnhardt-Seagle Hardware and Furniture Co. 

Henkel Live Stock Co. 

Lenoir Hardware and Furniture Co. 
Cotton Mills. 

Lenoir Cotton Mills. 

Moore Cotton Mill Co. 

Whltnel Cotton Mills. 

Confectionery Dealers. 

Brannon & Angley. 

Harrison & Co. 



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Contractors and Builders. 


Lawyers. 






Triplett Bros. 


Richardson, S. A. 






Blair, Smyre. 


Jones, Edmund, Sr. 






McDade, P. J. 


Newland, W. C. 






Lenoir Construction Co. 


Wakefield, Lawrence. 






Coal and Wood Dealers. 

Kent- Coffey Furniture Co. 


Whisnant, J. W. 
Squires, Mark. 
Newland, T. H. 






Newland Wood Yard. 


Williams, B. F. 






Lenoir Feed Store. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 

Courtney. M. M. 


Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 

Wilson Lumber & Milling Co, 
Craddock. W. H. 






Newland, H. T. 


Barnhardt, J. M. 






Shuford & Abernethy. 


Atkinson, J. B. 






Pulliam, E. D. 


Watson, W. B. & Co. 






Department Stores. 


Livery and Sales Stables. 






Courtney, M. M. 


Lenoir Livery Co. 






Newland, H. T. 


Lingle. J. M. 






Dentists. 


Machinery Dealers. 






Robbins, C. L. 


Lenoir Hardware & Furniture Co. 






Moore, O. L. 


Barnhardt-Seagie Hardware and Furniture 


Co. 




Newspapers and Editors. 


Grier Machine Works. 






LENOIR NEWS (Semi-Weekly)— H C. Mar- 


Paint and Oil Dealers. 






tin, Editor. 

LENOIR TOPIC (Weekly)— W. M. Moore, 
Editor. 


Kent Drug Store. 

Barnhardt-Seagie Hardware & Furniture 


Co. 




Lenoir Hardware & Furniture Co. 






Druggists. 
Ballew & Davis. 
Lenoir Drug Co. 
Kent, A. A. 


Painters. 

Corley. Ed. 
McRary, J. N. 
Bush, J. Henry. 






Doctors. 


Plumbers. 






Kent, A. A. 


Puette & Knox. 






Wilson, C. L. 


Swanson, I. A. 






Goodman, A. B. 


Piano and Organ Dealers. 






Bingham, G. P. 


Moore, Y. D., & Son. 






Pitts. I. N. 

Dry Goods and Notions. 


Photographers. 






Pulliam, E. D. 


Teague, H. M. 






Wakefield, T. C. 


Real Estate Agents. 






Racket Store. 


Lenoir Realty Co. 






Newland, H. T. 


Hartley & Bush. 






Courtney, M. M. 


Self & Dula. 






Five and Ten Cent Store. 


Shingle Dealers. 






Shuford & Abernethy. 


Harper Furniture Co. 






Power and Light Companies. 


Wilson Lumber & Milling Co. 






Citizens Power & Light Co. 


Tailors. 






Ivey, E. C, Mgr. 


Wilson, Mrs. J. R. 






Feed Stores. 


Johnson, Mrs. J. E. 






Lenoir Feed Co. 


Undertakers and Embalmers. 






Fertilizer Dealers. 


Barnhardt-Seagie Hardware & Furniture 


Co. 




Cloyd, W. H. 


Lenoir Hardware & Furniture Co. 






Moore, George E. 


Veterinary Surgeons. 






Lenoir Mills. 


Perry, Charlie. 






Furniture Dealers. 


Wilson, R. P. 






Lenoir Hardware and Furniture Co. 


Wall Paper Dealers. 






Barnhardt-Seagie Hardware & Furniture Co. 


Corley. Ed. 






Grocers. 


Marble Dealers. 






Tuttle. R. M. 
McCall, W. B. 
Harrison, C. B., & Co. 


Miller Reines Co. 






Manufacturing Plants. 






Brannnn & Brown. 


Barnhardt, ,T. M. (Boxes and Finished Builc 




Robbins, J. P. 


ing Material). 






Hickory Grocery Co. (Wholesale). 


Wilson Lumber & Milling Co. 






Hardware Dealers. 
Lenoir Hardware & Furniture Co. 


Harper Furniture Co. 
Lenoir Wood-Working Co. 
Lenoir Chair Co. 
Bernhardt Manufacturing Co. 






Barnhardt Hardware & Furniture Co. 






Hospitals. 


Lenoir Furniture Corporation. 






Foothills Sanatorium. 


Lenoir Veneer Co. 






Insurance Agents. 


Caldwell Furniture Co. 






Lutz, O. P. 


Moore- Stone Chair Co. 






Todd, A. N. 


Watson, W. B., & Co. (Lumber. 






Jones Edmond, Jr., 


Powell, J. M., & Son (Brick). 






Hall, E. L. 


Lexington Mirror Co. 






Lenoir Realty Co. 


Kent-Coffey Furniture Co. 






Allen, E. F. 


Blue Ridge Bending Co. 






Job Printers. 
Grist. Paul O. 
Lenoir Topic. 


Royal Furniture Co. 






GRANITE FALLS. 




Smith, Frank. 


Incorporated in 1896. 






Jewelers. 


Population, 1910: White, 550; colored none. 




Dula, A. W. 


Value real estate, $78,500; value personal 




Perry, D. S. 


property, $76,000. 






Link-, K. A. 


TAX RATE: :«ic. on the $100. 







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CALDWELL- -CAMDEN. 



Town Officers. 
m won— n. M. Cllne. 

POSTMASTER- \V. E. Straus. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— I,. \V. Payne. 

TREASURER () C Uussell 

R. R. AGENT A. M. Martin, C. & N. W. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPB -A. M. Martin. 

Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST— W. V. Soneycutt, Pastor. 
LUTHERAN— J. A. Yount, Pastor. 
P.APTIST 

EPISCOPAL CHURCH—. 
WESLETAN METHODIST—. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— .7. T. Hatcher, Supt. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OP GRANITE— J. W. Hoke, Pres. and 
Cash. 

Dentists. 
Abernethy, a. D. 

Doctors. 
Corpening, O. J. 
.tones, A. D. 
Russell, Chas. 
Moore, D. B. 

Druggists. 
Granite Falls Drug Co. 

General Merchants. 
Russell, W. F. 
Moore & Hoke. 
Sharp, L. T. 
Keever, J. E. 

Starnes, M. B., & Son (Feed.) 
Price, H. W. 
Icard, VV. R. 
Hilton, M. N. 
Starnes, S. V. 

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. 
Granite Falls Prick Co. 

Warlick & Sherrill Co. (Tables, Picker Sticks 
and Excelsior.) 
Granite Cordage Co. (Sash Cord.) 
Starnes & Goodman, (Repair Shop.) 

Real Estate and Insurance Agents. 
Hoke, J. W.( Insurance.) 
Watauga Lumber Co. (Timber.) 

Contractors. 
Payne & Hayes. 

COLLETTSVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1892. 
Population, 1913: 75. 

Value real estate, $60,000; value personal 
property, $30,000. 

TAX RATE: 25c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR — None at present. 
CONSTABLE— S. S. Rhodes. 
POSTMASTER— Giles C. Talbert. 
R. R. AGENT— G. C. Frye, C. & N. W. 
MANAGER EXPRESS AND TELEGRAPH— 
G. C. Frye. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— .1. O. Fulbright, Pastor. 
ADVENT— J. H. Isbell, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
PUETTE HILL ACADEMY— R. L. Bingham, 
Prin. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Collettsville Inn. 

Doctors. 
White, W. M. 

White, W. M. 



Druggists. 
Merchants. 



Rader-Crisp Co. 
Crisp, J. T. 
Brssswell, W. R. 

Lumber Dealers. 
Wilson Lumber & Milling Co. 
Hutton & Bourbonas Co. 



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, $1,138,072; value of personal property, $396,428. 

Propertv listed in 1912. by whites, $1,385,000; by negroes, $9S,000. 

XI'MBER OF SCHOOLS— For whites, 20; for negroes, 12. 

TAX RATE — County, 23c. on the $100; special county, 7c; schools, 20c; special, school, 15c. 

PUBLIC ROADS — Number of miles. 150. Worked under old State law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Express Co., assessed value $ 907.00 

Pullman Co.. assessed value 1,068.28 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 369.50 

Norfolk Southern Railroad, 5 miles, assessed value 65.000.00 

Pasquotank and North River Steamboat Co., assessed value 6,416.00 

Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 5,657.00 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— March 8, July 19, November 8. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— J. W. Walston. Cam- 
den. 

SHERIFF— J. B. Mitchill, Old Trap. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— Miles W. Ferebee, 
Camden 

TREASURER— J. R. Sawyer, Camden. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— C. G. Ferebee, Sliiloh. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS — T. M. Eason, Camden. 

SUPT. OF HOME— F. M. Eason. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— .7. E. Cook 
(chm'n), Indiantown; T. B. Godfrey, Camden; 
O. G. Priehard, Belcross; G. F. Biggs, South 
Mills; J. W. Whitehurst, Lily. 



COMMISSIONERS— W. M. Forbes, Shiloh: 
P. W. Stevens, Camden; G. T. Abbott, South 
Mills. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— A. Sawyer, Bel- 
cross; D. E. Williams, James Nash, South 
Mills. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

SHILOH TOWNSHIP— W. J. Burgess, J. B. 
Burgess, Old Trap; G. C. Barco, Shiloh; J. E. 
Cook. Indiantown ; W. M. Forbes, Shiloh. 

COURT HOUSE— A. G. B. Salter, Camden; 
S. E. Overby, Belcross; T. B. Godfrey, M. W. 
Ferebee, W. E. Whaley, Camden. 



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SOUTH MILLS— R. L. Forbes, Belcross; J. 
F. Foster, H. P. Whitehurst, Carl Sawyer, 
South Mills. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

BAPTIST— S. F. Bristow, Elizabeth City. 
LAWYERS. 

Tillett. D .H.. Shiloh. 

Halstead. W. I.. South Mills. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Ferebee, C. G.. Shiloh. 

Stephens. W. L.. Indiantown. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Gregory Bros., 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. 

Forbes & Bartlett, Bartlett. 

Burgess, W. J., Shiloh. 

Burgess, Hubbard & Co., Old Trap. 

Henry, J. A., Riddle. 

Dough, C. T., & Bro., Indiantown. 

Sawyer, C. S.. Camden. 

COTTON GINS. 

Sawyer, A., Belcross. 

Sawyer & Burgess, Old Trap. 

Wrlht, W. G. 

Keaton & Godfrey, Camden. 

Gregory & Forbes. Shiloh. 

Stafford, W. T., South Mills. 

Hubbard. M. H., Co.. Old Trap. 

CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Bartlett, T. F., Bartlett. 

Sawyer. L. M., Camden. 

Sawyer, A., Belcross. 

Sawyer & Burgess, Old Trap. 

Wright, W. G., Shiloh. 

SAW MILLS. 

Burgess. J. B-, Old Trap. 

Sawyer, L. M., Camden. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Cooper, Mary E.. Mrs., South Mills. 

Cheek, T. J., Mrs., Old Trap. 

Wise, Lillian L.; Mrs., South Mills. 

Bates, Agness, South Mills. 

Burgess. Ellie, Old Trap. 

Needham, Nannie, Old Trap. 

Toxey, Minnie, Old Trap. 

Stevens, C. L., Indian Town. 

Burgess, W. J., Shiloh. 

Early, Gladys, South Mill. 

Spence, Lydia, South Mills. 

Barco, Emma, Shiloh. 

Stevens, Mary, Camden. 

Stevens, Ethel, Indian Town. 

Benfoot, Jennie, Belcross. 

Councill, Pauline, Indian Town. 



Robertson, s. o.. Jr., Belcross. 
Scott, Jennette, Cain 
Stafford, Bertha. South Mills. 
Diggs, Sudie, South Mills. 
Carver, Eleuna, South Mills. 
Pearce, Ad. lie. South Mills. 
Hewitt, Mattie, South Mills. 
Cates. C. L., South Mills. 
Midgett, Letitia, South Mills. 
Arnold, Annie, Belcross. 
Clements, Gretchen, South Mills. 
Hutcherson, Edna, South Mills, 



SOUTH MILLS. 

Incorporated in 1903. 

Population, 1910: White, 350; colored. 150; 
total, 500. 

Value real estate, $70,os<»; value personal 
property $44,932. 

TAX RATE: 20c. on the $100; poll tax, 60c. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— J. G. Etheridge. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— N. W. Norris. 
POSTMASTER— W. R. Dozier. 
MANAGER TELEPHONE— Mrs. W. S. Bart- 
lett. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— J. K. Henderson, Belcross, Pas- 
tor. 

METHODIST— E. L. Stacks, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
HIGH— C. L. Cates. l'rin. 

Doctors. 
Cohn, B. W. 

Druggists. 
Cohn & Jacobs. 

General Merchants. 
Eure and Taylor. 
Riggs, G. H., & Co. 
Williams, C. S. 
Dozier, Mrs. W. R. 
Dozier, R. C, & Co. 
Sawyer Bros. 
Old, J. B. 

Brokers and Produce Dealers. 
Spencer, G. F. 
Perry, L. A. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Bartlett, Mrs. W. S. 

Lawyers. 
Halstead, W. I. 

Insurance Agents. 
Spencer, G. F. 
Dozier, R. C. 

General Repair Shops. 
Norris, C. W. 
Jones. T. C. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Stafford, W. T. (Grain Mill and Cotton Gin) 
Williams, D. E. (Saw Mill). 



CARTERET COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, BEAUFORT. 



POPULATION: (Census 1910), 13,776. 

Formed in 1721. Named in honor of Lord George Carteret. 

AREA: 520 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $20,S98.70; value of personal property, $1,250,163. 
Property listed in 1914, by whites, $3,222,951; by negroes, $117,081. 

NO. OF SCHOOLS: For whites, 44; for negroes, 8. 

TAX RATE — State, 27 2-3c. ; school, 20c; special, 15c; county, 25c; roads, 15c: bridges. 

TAX RATE — State, 27 2-3c. ; school, 20c ; Special school, 15c; county. 21c; court nous 
10 l-2c ; bridges, 3 l-2c. ; county home. 2c 

PUBLIC ROADS: No. miles, 150. Worked under old State Law. 

KAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Express Co., assessed value $ 2.9S 

North-South Line, assessed value 4,400.0(1 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co.. assessed value 8,58200 



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CARTERET COUNTY 



Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed vaiu 1,796.00 

Norfolk Southern Railroad, 3.18 miles, assessevalue 41,508.00 

Norfolk Southern R. R. — A. & N. C. Div., 15. miles, assessed value 230,355.00 

Morehead City Telephone Co., assessed value 1.000.00 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— March 7, June 7, October IS. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— T. C. Wade. Beaufort. 

SHERIFF— S. P. Hancock, Beaufort. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— W. J. Wallace, 
Beaufort. 

TREASURER — Alonzo Thomas, Beaufort. 

CORONER K. P. B. Bonner, Beaufort. 

SURVEYOR— E. D. Hardesty. Harlowe. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— C. S. Maxwell, Beau- 
tort. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— L. B. Ennett, Cedar 
Point. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— C. N. Mason, 
(Chm'n.), Harlowe; J. R. Morris, Atlantic; U. 
1 J . Dey. Beaufort. 

COMMISSIONERS— J. R. Jinnette, Beaufort, 
S. J. Scott. Morehead City; W. L. Taylor, 
Bogue; D. H. Lewis, Bettie; R. L. Daniels, 
Lupom. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— W. M. Webb, 
Morehead City; D. E. Langdale, Beaufort; 
W. A. Mace, Beaufort. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

MERRIMON TOWNSHIP— H. T. Banks, 
Lukens; II. V. Nelson, D. M. Salter, Merrimon; 
C. S. Nelson, Merrimon. 

WHITE OAK— S. M. Rhue, W. F. Taylor, 
W. L. Taylor, E. A. Saunders, Ocean. 

AlOREHEAD CITY— J. R. Bell, M. Adams, 
W. E. Smith. J. W. Boone. George Smith, S. L. 
Nelson, D. J. Hall, W. J. Hales, Morehead City, 
Hugh Murdock, W. Z. McCabe, Wildwood. 

BEAUFORT M. A. Marshall, I. L. Sprin- 
gle, C. P. Eubanks,, S. C. Campen, C. W. 
Thomas, Beaufort. 

CEDAR ISLAND TOWNSHIP— Thomas L. 
Godwin, Roe. 

STRAITS— W. H„ Guthrie, Harker's Is- 
land; M. F. Willis, Straits; Wm. Felton, D. 
W. Gillikkin. 

SMYRNA TOWNSHIP— W. D. Bell, A. L. 
Paul, A. Willis. 

NEWPORT— A. L. Wilson, Daniel Simmons, 
C. L. Merrill, Newport. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWN. 

M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH— W. B. Humble, 
Cataret Circuit; J. M. Carraway, Straits Cir- 
cuit; Z. B. Pyatt, Atlantic Circuit; E. T. 
Ipock, Portsmouth Circuit. 

FREE WILL BAPTIST— J. B. Russell, Beau- 
fort; T. Gaskins, Wit; I. W. Russell, Beaufort; 
L. C. Garner, Newport; C. L. Merrill. Morehead 
City. 

CHRISTIAN— J. R. Jennette. Beaufort; D. B. 
Garner, Newport. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

ATLANTIC HIGH— Atlantic. 

STRAITS GRADED— Straits. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWN. 

George. D. I., Marshallburg. 

Sanders, J. W., Ocean. 

Mason, C. N., Harlowe. 

Paul. W. T., Wit. 

Ball. W. M., Newport. 

McCinton, Dr. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWN. 

Dennis. C. C. Cedar Point. 

Taylor, B. S., Bogue. 

Smith, W. C, Bogue. 

Russell. B. S., Bogue. 

Moore, Mrs. M. E., Bogue. 

Koonce, D. S., Ocean. 

Sanders, E. A.. Ocean. 

Smith, Wm., Newport, Rfd. 

Dixon, Asa, Newport, Rfd. 



Chadwick, G. C, Straits. 

Leffers, Samu'l. & Co., Gloucester. 

Lawrence, W., Otway. 

Gillikin, K., Marshallburg. 

Lewis, Jno. M., Marshallburg. 

Lewis. O. W., Otway. 

Harris, S. F., Marshallburg. 

Lewis, D. H., Otway. 

Lewis, M. G., Marshallburg. 

D.ivis, Harvey, Marshallburg. 

Wade, D. V., Smyrna. 

Simpson. Vernon. Smyrna. 

Willis, A. T., Williston. 

Piner, R. W., Williston. 

Davis, T. C, Davis. 

Davis, F. P., Davis. 

Davis. A. F. , Davis. 

Babbit, G. W., Davis. 

Robinson, M., Stacy. 

Willis, Wallace. Wit. 

Taylor & Son, V. 

Taylor, J. E.. Wit. 

Taylor. I., Wit. 

Gaskill & Bro., Wit. 

Nelson & Robinson. Atlantic. 

Mason Bros., Atlantic. 

Hamilton, S E., & Son, Atlantic. 

Hill, W. M., Atlantic. 

Mason, A. T , Atlantic. 

Mason, Wm. R.. Atlantic. 

Wade, J. E., Harker's Island. 

Hancock, Chas., Harker's Island. 

Davis, C. S. 

Godwin, F., Roe. 

Gaskell, E. P., Lupton. 

Styron, Simon, Lupton. 

Fulford, M. G., Harker's Island. 

Guthrie, John H., Harker's Island. 

Gaskill, John D., Harker's Island. 

Davis, C. , Harker's Island. 

Daniels, Josiah, Roe. 

Styron, D.. Lupton. 

Babb, W. H., Portsmouth. 

Robinson, Alex., Portsmouth. 

Dixon, Joe, Portsmouth. 

Pelletier, J. W., Stella. 

Koontz, P. A., Stella. 

Buck, W. W., Pelletiers. 

Taylor, W. F., Bogue. 

Dixon, A. H., Newport, Rfd. 

Graham, J. C, & Son, Newport. 

Dickerson. E. C. Beaufort. Rfd. 

Foreman, Alex., Beaufort, Rfd. 

Russell, W. W., & Bro.. Beaufort, Rfd. 

Simpson, S. L., Beaufort, Rfd. 

COTTON GINS. 

Pelletier, J. W., Stella. 
Newberry, Sirs. Y. Z., Newport. 
Norris, Thos. Beaufort. 
Morton, J. S.. Harlowe. 
Thomas, T. M., Beaufort. 
Merrill, Thomas, Beaufort. 
Russell, B. S., Bogue 
Sanders, D. S., Beaufort 

SAW MILLS. 
Taylor Bros., Wit. 
Norris, Thos., Beaufort. 
Thomas, T. M., Beaufort. 
Pelletier, J. W., Stella. 
Merrill, Thomas, Beaufort. 
Graham, J. C, Newport. 
Willis, Alonza T., Williston. 
Powell, W. R., Beaufort. 
Barry, W. A , Beaufort. 



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139 



PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. ' 

Pierce, Nettie, Beaufort 

Noe, Minnie, Beaufort. 

Oglesby, Nettie, Newport, Rfd. 

Blount, Alice, Newport, Rfd. 

Finer, Mrs. T. E., Nenport, Rfd. 

Davis, C. F., Davis. 

Willis, Lizzie, Atlantic. 

Chadwick, Flora, Gloucester. 

Chadwick, Lena, Gloucester. 

Morris, Mittie, Atlantic. 

Mason, Arietta, Atlantic. 

Tingle, Mattie, Lukins. 

Morton, Annie, Beaufort. 

Gibbs, Annie May, Beaufort. Rfd. 

Jinnett, J. R., Beaufort, Rfd. 

Davis. Mrs. C. L., Beaufort, Rfd. 

Russell, Irvin, Beaufort, Rfd. 

Hill, Annie, Newport. 

Morris, Mvrtle. Atlantic. 

Davis, I. W., Davis. 

Whitehurst, Mary, Straits. 

Fulcher, Neta. Marshallburg. 

Salter, Van, Bettie. 

Humphrey.- Ettene, Bogue. 

D. H. Willis, Williston. 

Taylor, Martha. Williston. 

Hamilton, A. L., Atlantic. 

Deson, Luida, Portsmouth. 

Hewett, Josephine, Stella. 

Nelson, Beatrice, Kuhns. 

Trucl;ner, Annie, Pelletier. 

Hodges, Catharine, Bogue. 

Robinson, Agnes, Ocean. 

Garner. Emma, Newport, R. F. D. 

Chadwick, Grate, Hollywood. 

Pigott, Ethel, Straits. 

Folson, Leona, Newport, R. D. 

Pearson, Earl W. , Newport. R. 

Garner, Leah, Newport, R. D. 

Joyner, Claudine, Newport, R. 

Burroughs, Dorothv. Harlowe. 

Harbison, B. W.. Bettie. 

Stewart, Guy, Otwoy. 

Norris, Troy, Merrinson. 

Mason, Nedine, Merrinson. 

Wallace, Bertha, Lukins. 

Cavenaugh, A. L. . Straits. 

Murphy, Grace, Marshallberg. 

Davis, Grace, Davis. 

Hamilton. Mrs. Lena, Stacey. 



D. 

D. 



BEAUFORT. 

Population, 1910: 2.750. 

White polls, 274 ; colored polls, 132. 

Value real estate, $453,130; value personal 
property, $190,342. 

Tax Rate: 50c. on the $100 and 45c. special. 

Bonded debt, $30,000 and $10,000. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— Seth Gibbs. 

CLERK— Chas. H. Bushell. 

TREASURER— D. Williams. 

STANDARD-KEEPER— L. H. Farlow. 

ATTORNEY— J. F. Duncan. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— .1. J. Davis. 

POSTMASTER— C. W. Whitehurst. 

R. R. AGENT— Seth Gibbs, Norfolk Southern. 

EXPRESS AGENT— Seth Gibbs. 

TELEGRAPH MANAGER— J. Delemar, W. 
U. 

Ministers and Churches. 

EPISCOPAL—. 

METHODIST— A. S. Barnes, Pastor. 

FREE-WILL BAPTIST— J. W. Sewell, T. D. 
Noe. 

Schools and Academies. 

GRADED— E. Harris, Prin. 

ST. PAUL'S— Mrs. N. Geffroy. Prin. 
Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Davis House. 

Ye Old Colony Inn. 

Inlet Inn. 

Manson House. 



Norconi House. 
Gem Cafe. 
Savage House. 
Busy Bee Cafe. 

Architects. 
Simpson, Clarence. 
Shull, W. J. B. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF BEAUFORT— T. A. Uzzell, Pres. ; 
T. Thomas, Cash. 

BEAUFORT BANKING AND TRUST CO.— 
N. W. Taylor, Pres. ; W. E. Swann, Cash. 
Bakers. 
Clawson, C. A. 

Book Stores. 
Hill. Chas. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 
Noe, T. D., & Son. 
Hancock & Smith. 
Jones, C. D., A: Co. 

Confectionery Dealers. 
Clawson, C. A. 
Potter Bros. 
Fodrie, H. C. 

Contractors and Builders. 
Simpson, Clarence. 
Guthrie, Clarence. 
Norcom, H. D. 
Adair, Charles. 
Adair, T. E. 
Chaplain, John. 
Davis, Bryant. 
Norcom, Chas. W. 
Noe. Isaac. 
Shull Contracting Co. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 
Bcveridge, J. T. 
Gibbs, Seth. 

Chamber of Commerce. 
W. P. Smith, President; F. Ostermeyer, 
Secretary. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 
Yoffle. Sam. 
Guthrie & Co. 
Taylor, N. W. 
Felton, Richard. 

Dentists. 
Hendrix, H. M. 

Druggists. 
Beaufort Drug Co. 
Davis. George. 
The Cash Drug Store. 

Doctors. 
Davis, George. 
Maxwell. C. S. 
Davis. J. J. 
Duncan, C. L. 
Bullock, J. B. t 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
Guthrie & Co. 
Garner, L. A. 
Taylor. N. W. 
Yaffle. Sam. 
Moore. Mrs. C. A. 
Block, Mrs. A. (5c and 10c. store.) 

Power and Light Companies. 
Beaufort Electric Light Co. 

Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturer!. 
Chadwick & Caffrey. 
Dey, C. P. 

The Doane & Bartlett Co. 
Beaufort Fish Scrap & Oil Co. 

Fish and Oyster Dealers. 
Holland, M. C. 
I'otte<- C L. 
Potter, J. H., & Son. 
Smith, W. P. 
Taylor. N .W. 
Gold Point Fish Co. 



140 CARTERET 


COUNTY 


Furniture Dealers. 


Town Officers. 


Gaskill & Mace. 


MAYOR— B. II. Gorham. 


Grocers. 


CHIEF OF POLICE— W. C. Finer. 


Clawson, C. A. 


CLERK— M. 1.. Willis. 


Springle, M. R. 


TREASURER— M. 1- Willis. 


Hancock & Smith. 


TAX COLLECTOR— W. C. Piner. 


rotter Bros. 


sri'T. OF HEALTH— B. F. Royal. 


Jones, J. B., & Sons. 


POSTMASTER— W. L. Arendell. 


Hill. Chaa. 


R. R. AGENT— A. H. Webb, Jr., N. S. 


Noe. L. J. 


EXPRESS AGENT B. V. Webb. 


Smith. J. S. 


TELEGRAPB MANAGER— C. B. Wade. 


Pierce. Geo. 


W. U. 


Jones. 11. C. 


TELEPHONE MANAGER— W. J. Hales, 


Thomas, A. 


Home Telp. Co. 


Ramsay, \v. II. 


Ministers and Churches. 


r.ott, Chas. 


BAPTIST— E. R. Harris. Pastor. 


Si cm. George. 


METHODIST— D. N. Caviness, Pastor. 


Stanley, Geo. 


FREE-WILL BAPTIST— J. W. Alford, Pas- 


Longest, F. 

Ramsey. J. E. (Wholesale). 


tor. 


METHODIST (Northern)— R. L. Maness, Pas- 


Beaufort Grocery Co. (Wholesale). 


tor. 


Potter, H. L.. Co. (Wholesale.) 


Schools and Academies. 


Insurance Agents. 


GRADED— S. W. Carwile. Supt. 


Thomas, T. (Fire). 


Hotels and Boarding Houses. 


Bell, Jennie, Mrs. 


Hotel Charles. 


Jones, C. D. (Life). 


Arendell House. 


Beaufort Realty & Insurance Co. (Fire). 


Davis House. 


Chadwick, C. T. (Fire). 


Atlantic Hotel. 


Lawyers. 


Banks and Bankers. 


Abernethy & Davis. 


THE BANK OF MOREHEAD CITY— J. B. 


Duncan, Graham. 


Morton, Pres. ; G. P. Hood, Cashier, 


Wheatly, Claud. 


New Bank. 


Duncan, J. F. 


MARME BANK— E. A. Council. Cash.; C. 


Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 


S. Wallace, Pres. 


Sanders, D. S. 


Bakers. 


Manufacturing Plants. 


Emery. Zack. 


Enterprise Packing Po. 


Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 


Orion Knitting Mill. 


Willis, H. C. 


Paint and Oil Dealers. 


Willis, C. L. 


Jones. H. C. 


Mansfield. D. H. 


Gaskill & Mace. 


Helms, J. C. 


Thomas, A. 


Carriage Dealers. 


Painters. 


Bell. J. H., & Co. 


Ramsey, W. H. 


Commission Merchants. 


King, F. L. x 


Helms, J. C. 


Skarren, Ed. 


Confectionery Dealers. 


Skarren, W. E. 


Helms, J. C. 


Produce Dealers. 


Contractors and Builders. 


Hancock & Co. 


Bell. John F., & Co. 


Clawson, C. A. 


Guthrie, W. H. 


Springle, M. R. 


Piner, C. S. 


Fodrie, H. C. 


Walter, A. B. 


Lupton, Geo. 


Chamber of Commerce. 


Stanly. Geo. 


G. D. Canfield, Pres. 


Smith, J. S. 


Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 


Jones, C. D., & Co. 


The Paragon. 


Piano and Organ Dealers. 


Morton, J. B. 


Delamar, J. C. 


Webb, D. M. 


Photographers. 


Dentists. 


Gla*e. J. W. 


Staton, Frank. 


Newspapers and Editors. 


Druggists. 


BEAUFORT NEWS— Ostermeyer, Frederick, 


The Morehead City Drug Co. 


Editor. 


Chalk, S. A. 


Real Estate Agents. 


Doctors. 


Beaufort Realty & Insurance Co. 


Headen, W. E. 


Carteret Realty Co. 


Bonner, K. P. B. 


Shingle Dealers. 


Royal. B. F. 


Richardson. David. 


Dry Goods and Notions. 


Simpson. C. 


Morton, J. B. 


Swain, L. F. 


Webb. D. M. 


Undertakers and Embalmers. 


The Paragon Co. 


Rice & Adair. 


Klein Bros. 


Wall Paper Dealers. 


Phillips, J. D. 


Skarren, W. E. 


Cherry, E. A. 




Willis, R. T. 




MOREHEAD CITY. 


Power and Light Companies. 


Population, 1910: 2.800. 


Morehead City Electric Light Plant. 


White polls. 375; colored polls. 51. 


Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 


A r alue real estate. $700,000. 


Wallace, C- S. 


TAX RATE: $1.46 2-3 on the $100. 


Taylor, R. W. 


Bonded debt, $50,000. 


Carteret Fish & Oil Co. 



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141 



Fish and Oyster Dealers. 
Star Fish Co. 

Morehead City Sea Food Co. 
Southern Fish Co. 
Eastern Fish Co. 
Fuleher, J. H., & Co. 
Fodrie, R. C. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Webb, T. D. 
Miller, J. S., Furniture Co. 

Grocers. 
Webb. M. S. (Wholesale). 
Davenport. J. T. (Wliolesale). 
Bell. O. G. 
Hilliard. W. H. 
Helms. J. C. 
Carteret Supnly Co. 
Willis, R. T. 
Styrnn. T. C. 
Guthrie, Kilhy. 
Sawyer. ,T. B. 
Cherry, F. A. 
Adams. W. P. 
Klein Bros. 
Willis. Noeriham. 
Nichols, Flmer. 
Morton, J. B. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Webb, T. D. 

Insurance Agents. 
Webb, A. H., Sr. (Fire). 
Webb, Chas. V. (Fire.) 
Klein, A. H. (Fire.) 
Willis. W. C. (Fire.) 

Lawyers. 
Webb, Paul. 
Gorham. E. H. 

Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 
Canfleld Lumber Co. 
Bell. John F.. Co. 
Morehead City Mfg. Co. 
Howland Bros. Mfg. Co. 
Bogue Sound Lumber Co. 

Paint and Oil Dealers. 
Morton. J. B. 
Webb, T D. 

Willis. W. M. 
Piner, Jacob. 

Produce Dealers. 
Bell, James R. 
Helms, .T. C. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
THE COASTER— R. T. Wade, Editor. 



Real Estate Agents. 
Webb, C. V. 
Webb, T. D. 
Webb, M. S. 

Shingle Dealers. 
Bell, John F.. Co. 
Hancock, W. L. 
Hales, W. .1 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Morehead City Coffin Co. 
Bell, J. H., Co. 



Painters. 



NEWPORT. 

Incorporated in 1867. 

Population, 1910: White, 440; colored, 40; 
total, 480. 

Value real estate, $72,783: value personal 
property, $39,581. 

TAX RATE: 35e. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— M. D. McCain. 
POSTMASTER— D. Ira Garner. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— A. A. Garner. 
R. R. AGENT— C. A. Bell. N. S. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— C. A. Bell. W. U. 

Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST— W. B. Humble, Pastor. 
BAPTIST — Isaac Jones. Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 
NEWPORT ACADEMY. 

Doctors. 
Ball, M. W. 

General Merchants. 
Bell. W. S. Jr., 
Oglesby Bros. 
Garner. P. P. 
Mann, M. , & Son. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Mann, C. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
New-port Hotel. 
Bell House 

Livery Stables. 
Carroll. L. C 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Ives, Geo. N., & Son. (Canning Factory.) 

Saw Mills. 
Bell. W. S. Jr., 

Cotton Gins. 
Stewart, K. B. 

Drug Stores. 
Tilden, R. S. 



CASWELL COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, YANCEYVILLE. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), 14,858. 

Conned in 1777. Named in honor of Ri hard Caswell. 

AREA — 400 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $1,415,465: value of personal property, $1,325256. 

Property listed in 1914. by whites, $2,457,765; by negroes, $282,9^6. 

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS— For whites. 45: for negroes, 38. 

T\X RATE — County purposes, 40c. on the $100: roads and bridges, 10c. 

PUBLIC ROADS— No. of miles. 250. Worked by taxation. 

RAILROAD. TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS. COMPANIES. 

Providence Telephone Company, assessed value » 

Southern Railway Company, 6.95 miles, assessel value *'£ 

Atlantic and Danville Railway. 14.60 miles, assessed value l — 

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 

Pittsylvania- Caswell Telephone Company, assessed value 

North Carolina Telephone Company, assessed value 9 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value - 

Postal Telegraph -Cable Company, assessed value 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 

Yanceyville Telephone Company, assessed value /■•'i 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— March 29. August 23, December fi. 



200.00 
884.70 
727.20 
595.11 
080.00 
913.00 
,821.52 
520 00 
500.00 
34.00 

r.oo.oo 
021 20 
419.00 
500.00 



142 



CASWELL COUNTY 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— R. h. Mitchell, Yan- 
ceyville. 

SHERIFF— T. N. Fitch, Yanceyvllle. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— R. T. Wilson, Yan- 
ceyvllle. 

TREASURER— J. A. Lea. Yanecyville. 

CORONER— Dr. R. F. Warren, Prospect Hill 

SURVEYOR— Walter Williamson. Mclver. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— S. A. Malloy, Yancey- 
ville, R. 1. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— G. A. Anderson, Yan- 
ceyvllle. 

SUPT. OF HOME — E. B. Barker, Yancey- 
vllle. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— J. B. Turner, 
(chm'n), Mclver: Geo. A. Anderson, Yancey- 
villc. R. 1; R. I. Newman, Leasburg; L. A. 
Gwynn. Yanceyvllle, R. 1. 

COMMISSIONERS— J.. W. Slade, Blanche; 
J. L. Warren. Hightowers, C. H. King, Ruffin. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— S. P. Newman 
(chm'n). Leasburg; C. J. Yarborough, Mclver, 
R. F. D. ; D. G. Watkins, Blanche. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

ANDERSON TOWNSHIP— J. K. Enoch, L. B. 
Fitch, J. S. Rascoe. 

DAN RIVER— J. B. Walters, T. S. Harrison. 

HIGHTOWERS— W. L. Ccmpton. 

LEASBURG— B. F. Stanfield, J. A. Stephens. 

LOCUST HILL— J. A. Cobb, E. A. Allison, 
J. B. Worsham, N. C. Hodges, J. C. Allison. 

MILTON— J. B. Yarbor, W. O. Smith, W. T. 
Bryant. 

PELHAM— .1. M. Yates, J. M. Hodges, L. S. 
Carter, R. W. Duncan. 

STONEY CREEK— T. C. Neal, W. J. Stadler, 
Geo. P. McKinney, J. B. Turner. 

YANCEYWILLE— N. C. Brandon, J. H. Kerr, 
N. F. Oliver, B. S. Graves, J. O. Gwynn. 
MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

METHODIST— C. R. Ross, Leasburg; H. R. 
Smith, Pelham; S. F. Nicks, Milton. 

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST— J. I. Chandler, 
Fitch. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Dr. Swann, Somora. 

Finnix, J. A., Union Ridge. Rfd. 

Padgett, J. F., Blackwells. 

Warren, B. F.. Prospect Hill. 

GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Baynes, J. R., Union Ridge, Rfd. 

Rasco. J. S., Union Ridge, Rfd. 

Watkins, D. G., & Son, Blanche. 

Chaney, J. W., Blanch. 

Slade. T. D., Danville, R. 4. 

Woods, S. G., Purley. 

Covington, E. G., Blanch. 

Warren & Son, Hightowers. " 

Wilkinson, D. E., Ridgeville. 

Malone, S. L., Corbett. 

Corbet t, J. C, Corbett 

Warren, W. A., Prospect Hill. 

Smith, S. H.. Hightowers. 

Pulliam. W. J., Leasburg. 

Newman, S. P., Leasburg. 

Connally, H. T., Leasburg,. 

Oliver, Geo. W., Topnot. 

Riggs, Tom, Topnot. 

Hatchett & Siddle. Locust Hill. 

Blackwell, E. B., Ruffin, Rfd. 

King, Johnston, Pelham, Rfd. 

Allison, J. C, Ruffin, R. 1. 

Moore, J. W.. Milton. 

McAden, J. H., Semora. 

Adams, T. T., Semora. 

Pointer, M. S., Semora. 

Lansdell, Geo. T., Semora. 

Osmond Smith, Osmond. 

Fitzgerald. J. O., Pelham. 

Wright, C. J.. Pelham. 

Carter, C. L., & Bro.. Danville, Va_, R. 4. 



Gatewood, W. J., Danville. Va., R. 4. 
Oateuood. S. B.. Pelham, R. 1. 
Turner, .1. B., Mclver, R. 1. 
Morgan & Carter, Prospect Hill, R. 1. 
Miner. W. A., Mclver, R. 1. 
Miles, W. W., Altamahaw, Rfd. 
Aldridge, J. N.. Altamahaw, Rfd. 
Massey, T. L.. Altamahaw, Rfd. 
Watllngton, O. O.. Yanceyvllle, R. 1. 
Martin, G. W. T., Fitch. 
King, A. S., Pitch. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Womack & Gwynn, Yanceyville, R. F. D. 
Brown, F. W., Mclver, R. 1. 
Woods, S. G., Purley. 
Davis, A. C. . Danville. Va., R. 5. 
King, J. C, Blanch, Rfd. 

SAW MILLS. 
Woods, S. G., Purley. 
Davis, J. H., Purley. 
Walters & Co., Blanch. 
Davis, Doughan. Quick. 
Smith, S. H., Hightowers. 
Warren, J. L. . Hightowers. 
Campbell & Co.. Pelham. 
Taylor, C. F., Pelham. 
Walker, Ed., Locust Hill. 
Martin, T. J., Pelham. 
Davis, A. C. Danville, Va., R. 5. 
Adams, T. T.. Semora. 
Martin, W. C, Yanceyville. 
Williamson, Geo. O. A. K. & J. L., Mclver. 
Black-well, W. W., Blanch. R. 2. 
Yarborough, Geo., Blanch, R. 2. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Rudd. H., Union Ridge, R. 1. 

Coif man. Birdie. Fitch. 

Rudd. Bessie, Fitch. 

Wooten, Thelma, Union Ridge, R. 1. 

Anderson, Ida, Union Ridge, R. 1. 

Gray, Mary, Jericho. 

Somers, Bessie, Union Ridge, R. 1. 

Woods, Ethel, Purley. 

Siviter, Anna, Danville, R. 5. 

Travis, Grace, Danville, R. 5. 

Newman, Hallie, Blanch, R. 2. 

King. Elizabeth. Blanch. 

miditower, Clara. Ringgold, Va.. R. 1. 

Burton, Sudie, Blanch, R. 1. 

Wilson, Fannie. Blanch, R. 1. 

Blackwell, Lucile, Ruffin, R. 1. 

Badgett. Virtrinia. Ruffin. R. 1. 

Lyon. Etta. Pelham. R. 1. 

Gwynn, Pearlie, Yanceyville, R. 1. 

Oliver, May, Topno. 

Love, Ada. Blanch R. 2. 

White, Bettie, Leasburg. R. 1. 

Stanfield, Gertrude, Leasburg. 

Blackwood. Anna. Leasburg, R. 1. 

Matkins, Mary, Mrs., Altamahaw, R. 2. 

Smith, Mae. Altamahaw, R. 2. 

Gillespie, Claudia, Altamahaw, R. 2. 

Stanfield, Bessie, Altamahaw. R. 2. 

Harrison, Eliza, Altamahaw, R. 2. 

Stadler, Beulah, Altamahaw, R. 2. 

Neal, Rebecca, Mclver, R. 1. 

Patillo, Mattie, Prospect Hill. 

Vaughn, Maude, Prospect Hill. 

Allen, Catherine, Hightower. 

Johnston, Frances. Hightower. 

Myers, Linnie, Milton, R. 1. 

Taylor, Annie, R. 1. 

Kelly, J. C, Milton. 

Irvin, Annie, Milton. 

Dickinson, Mary, Milton. 

Russell, Kate, Semora. 

Thomas. Margaret, Semora. • 

Jones, Margaret. 

Harrison, Annie, Mrs., Semora. 

Hannah, Alice. Mrs., Pelham. 

Hill, Pearl, Pelham. 

Fitzgerald, Ira, Pelham. 



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Daniel, Alma, Danville, R. 5. 
McMillan, Annie, Danville, R. 
Gatewood, Lelia, Danville, R. 
Hall, Bessie, Danville, R. 5. 
Hines, E. T., Danville, R. 5. 
Connally, Mildred, Yanceyvllle. 
Brooks, Sallie, Yanceyville. 
Reagan, Amanda, Yanceyville. 
Motley, Bera, Yanceyville, R. 1. 
Potcat, Fannie, Yanceyville. 
McGuire, Edna, Yanceyville. 
Daniel, Thos. J., Prospect Hill. 



Lawyers. 
Johnston, Julius. 
Henderson, A. E. 
Upchurch, E. F. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
CASWELL DEMOCRAT (Weekly)— A. Y 
Kerr, Editor. 

THE SENTINEL (Weekly)— T. J. Henderson, 
Editor. 



Graves, 



YANCEYVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1905. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— B. S. Graves. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— Jim Edmonds. 
POSTMASTER— Henry Perry. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— B. S. 
Yanceyville Telephone Co. 

Ministers and Churches. 

METHODIST— Robert Edwards. 
PRESBYTERIAN— Vacant. 
BAPTIST — C. M. Murchison, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
ACADEMY— E. T. Hines, Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF YANCEYVILLE— R. L. Mitchell, 
Pres. ; F. A. Pierson, Cash. 
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. 

Livery Stables. 
Turner, H. S. 



MILTON. 

Incorporated in 1796. 

Population, 1910: White. 294; colored, 179; 
total, 473. 

Value real estate, $900,000: value personal 
property, $70,000. 
TAX RATE: 45c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— J. M. Oliver. 
POSTMASTER— W. T. Bryant. 
R. R. AGENT — A. B. Austin, Southern. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— A. B. Austin. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST- 
EPISCOPAL — J. T. Tolson, Rector, Salisbury 
PRESBYTERIAN— N. R. Clator, Pastor. 
METHODIST— S. F. Nicks, Milton Circuit. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED—. 

Doctors. 
Tucker, F. P. 
Miles, P. W. 

Druggists. 
Walker, Lewis & Co. 
Dixon, R. L. 

General Merchants. 
Lipscomb, J. J. 
McAden.W. P. 
Milton Hardware Co. 
Jones, F. B. 
Williams, J .W. 
Thomas. W. L. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Milton Hotel. 
Watkins, Mrs. K. A. 

Livery Stables. 
Jeffress, E. T. 



CATAWBA COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, NEWTON. 



POPULATION— (Census 1914), 35,000. 

Formed in 1S42. Named derived from Catawba River. 

AREA — 440 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $3,304,015; value of personal property, $2, SSI, 532. 

Property listed in 1914. by whites, $6,052,623; by negroes, $132,924. 

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS— For whites, 77; for negroes, IS. 

TAX RATE — County purposes, 72 2 -3c. on the $100. 

PUBLIC ROADS — Worked under Old State Law and special tax of 20c- on the $100. 

Newton and Hickory Townships, $50,000 bonds each. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Railway Co., 22.86 miles, assessed value $894 

Pullman Co. , assessed value 

Southern Express Co. , assesed value «j 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value b 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 5. 

Hickory Electric Co. , assessed value jj 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway, 12.36 miles, assessed value Ill 

Thornton Light and Power Co., assessed value 1\ 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value j> 

Southern Power Co. , assessed value • • ■ • • • ........ S5 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— February 1. May 3 (civil), July 12, November 1. 



,283.05 
,100 00 
,427.00 
,046.00 

912.00 
,410.00 
,030.00 

500.00 

77n.tHi 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— Thos. Seizor, Newton. 
SHERIFF— Jno. A. Istnhower. 
REGISTER OF DEEDS— Eugene Sigmon. 
TREASURER— W. A. Rhineh ardt, Newton. 



CORONER — G. L. Harbison, Maiden. 
SURVEYOR— I. L. Bandy. Catawba. 
SUPT. OF HEALTH— Dr. H. E. Rowe. 
SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— Geo. E. Long, New- 
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SUPT. OF HOME— W. A. Rocltett, Newton. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION- -F. .1. Dellinger, 
Conover; P. A. Boyle, Newton; G. E. Bisaner, 
Hickory. 

COMMISSIONERS John Holler, Catawba; 
\V. s. Stroup, Hickory; J. s. Welfong, Xcw- 
ton. It. 1: Osborne Brown, Long Island; It. !<.'. 
Segmons, Newton. 

BOARD OF EJECTIONS J. B. Little, 
Newton; J. F. Smyre, Newton; S. M. Ham- 
rick, Hickory. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

NEWTON TOWNSHIP .1. H. McLelland, 
Newton; II. I). Seose, Conover; G. E. Manncy, 
Maiden; N. A. Travis, Newto.i, G. P. Du> r, 
Newton. 

HICKORY— T P. .M).i;r, \V 1". Bi'mgar- 

r, G. T. Barger, 1 F J n . -v. p. Robin- 
son, .1. !•'. Jones, .1. Tt. W.i.er, T. ,■. Leo- 
nard, '!'. L. Lyerly. 

CL1NES -Ed. L. Moose, Claremont; C. C. 
Holler, Claremont; Oscar Lail, Hickory. 

MT. CREEK — I). P. Smith, Sherrills Ford; 
J. T. Edwards, Sherrills Ford; Charlie Mil- 
ler, Sherrills Ford. 

r A I. DWELLS— J. F. Abernethy, Maiden; J. 
L. Hewitt, Newton, T. J. Bradshaw, Newton. 

CATAWBA— .1. R. Rows, Catawba; J. T. 
Harwell. Catawba; F. A. Lackey, Catawba; O. 
F. Abernethy, Catawba. 

BANDY— John Johnson, Hurry; W. F. Hoff- 
man. Hurry; David Williams, Hurry. 

JACOBS FORK — D. H. Ramseur, Hickory; 
M. L. Sites, Newton; Lovs McGill, Newton. 
MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

LUTHERAN— W. W. Wise. Newton. R. 2.; 
J L. Cromer, Maiden; F. K. Roof, Hickory, 
Rfd. ; D. S. Kintler, Newton, R. 2. 

BAPTIST — C. A. Caldwell, Hickory; W. A. 
Bangle, Reepsville: H. B. Cronisler, Maiden; 
M. A. Adams, Newton. 

METHODIST — W. F. Elliott. Denver: J. M. 
Price. Catawba; P. H. Brlttain, Hickory: G. L. 
Keever. Newton. Rfd. ; T. S. Coble, Maiden. 

PRESBYTERIAN— W. M. Sykes, Newton. 
SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

REFORM — W. H. Kopenhover, Newton. 

MONOGRAM— W. W. Ervin, Catawba, R. % 

ST. JAMES — J. K. Kibler, Newton, R. 2. 

STARTOWN — W. H. Kopenhover, Newton, 
R. 1. 

SAW MILLS. 

Gabriel. R. E., Terrell 

Lutz Bros., Newton. 

Cline, Sanford. Hickory, R. 1. 

Brittain, D. M., Hickory, R. 1. 

Seltzer, Lee, Newton, R 2. 

Murray, O. D., & Co., Claremont, R. 1. 

J. C. Scronce, Newton, R. 1. 

Drum, W. A., & Co. 

DOCTORS. 

Foard, F. T.. Hickory. 

Wilson. W. E.. Sherrill's Ford. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Foard. Whisnant & Co., Hickory. 

Connor, T. F., Terrell. t 

Murray, W. B., Maiden. 

Little, Locke. Maiden. 

Smith & Little. Conover. 

Holler, John, Claremont. Rfd. 
COTTON GINS. 

Foard, Whisnant & Co., Hickory. 

Rudisill & Co.. Newton. 

Drum & Co., Catawba. 

Aderholt & Co., Catawba, 

Long Island Mills, Long Island. 

Gabriel, R. E.. Terrell. 

Sigmon & Co., Maiden. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

ililler, A. S., Hickory. 

Huffman, N. L., Hickory. 

Miller. B. W., Hickory. 



Hartsoe, Grace, Hickory. 
BollCk, A. I... Hickory. 
Bolick, A. I... Mrs.. Hickory. 
Wi Uiam . Mamie, Hickory. 
Dellinger, t:. 10.. Hickory. 
Deaton, P. B., Newton. 
Deaton, I'. B., Mrs., Deaton. 
Mouser, J. W. . Hickory. 
(our;!, i. Sallle 10. . Hickory. 
Rhyne, Sadie, Hickory. 
Butler, Virginia, Hickory. 
Drum, Lula, Hickory. 
Boyd, Pearl, Hickory. 
Cook, Novella, Hickory. 
Flowers, Kit tie. Hickory. 
Locke. Lois. Hickory. 
Yount, Minnie, Hickory. 
Yount, H. B., Hickory. 
Sherrill, M. L., Hickory. 
Johnson, Arrebella, Hickory. 
Miller, R. P., Brookford. 
Frazier, Clara, Brookford. 
Huss, S. A., Hickory. 
Eckard, Maude, Hickory. 
Powell, Claura, Hickory. 
Sherrill, Caswell, Hickory. 
Williams, Maude. Hickory. 
Mace, It. G., Hickory. 
Yount, Lena C, Catawba. 
Thornburg. Mattle, Claremont. 
Deal, Fannie, Claremont. 
Ingold, W. L., Hickory. 
Rowe, Lena, Newton. 
Watts, Ola, Conover. 
Jonas, Effie, Conover. 
Rockett, Belle. Conover. 
Whitcner, Lelia, Conover. 
Lail. Oscar, Hickory. 
Starnes, Ernest, Hickory. 
Lyttle, Anthea, Hickory. 
Rowe, Essie, Conover. 
Herman, Elizabeth, Conover. 
Moose, Neil, Newton. 
Dellinger, Bessie, Newton. 
Lowrance, Jessie. Catawba. 
Rockett, Myrtle, Claremont. 
Whitener, Esther, Claremont. 
Moser, May, Claremont. 
Fry, Mamie, Catawba. 
Miller, Geretta, Hickory. 
Womack, Anderson. Claremont. 
Carpenter, Zelia. Claremont. 
Moose, Rose, Catawba. 
Cherry, Willie. Catawba. 
Sherrill, John, Mrs.. Catawba. 
Cornelius, J. P., Catawba. 
Rudisill, Inex, Catawba. 
Edmunds, Helen, Catawba. 
Cherry, Emma, Catawba. 
Powell, Mary E., Catawba. 
Blackburn. J. W., Newton. 
Frye, O. B., Catawba. 
Fry, Nonie, Catawba. 
Witherspoon, Cora, Newton. 
Smyre, Ora, Claremont. 
Hall, Nora. Sherrills Ford. 
Whitener, Omrie. Sherrills Ford. 
Proctor, Eva. Sherrills Ford. 
Drum, Anthea, Catawba. 
Gant. Bessie, .Catawba. 
Hall Elsie. Sherrills Ford. 
Fisher, J. D., Sherrills Ford. 
Wilson, Sarah, Catawba. 
Wilson, Sarah, Catawba. 
Frazier, Beulah, Newton. 
Wilson, Janie, Newton. 
Hall. Emma, Maiden. 
Whisenhunt, Annie, Maiden. 
Caldwell. Tate H., Newton. 
Cline. Ethel, Maiden. 
Gabriel, Winnie. Catawba. 
Smyre. Sallie Jane, Newton. 
Lay, Hattie, Catawba. 



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McGinnis, Win., Catawba. 
Watson, S. F., Mrs., Newton. 
Love, Eula, Newton. 
Hicks, A. L., Maiden. 
Baker, Baxter, Newton. 
Hoover, Emma, Maiden. 
Helm, Katherine, Maiden. 
Adams, Elizabeth. Newton. 
Hewitt, Gerdie, Newton. 
Ballard, E. D., Maiden. 
Walker, R. L., Newton. 
Carter, Emerson, Newton. 
Carter, Winifred, Newton. 
Setzer, Annie, Newton. 
Long, Lois, Newton. 
Henry, P. C, Conover. 
Yount, Katie, Conover. 
Yount, Eula, Conover. 
Hunsucker, Olive, Conover. 
Rice, J. A., Conover. 
Koperhaver, H. H. , Newton. 
Smith, C. S. ( Newton. 
Baker, Anna, Newton. 
Omerod, Ettie, Newton. 
Rhoney, Alice, Newton. 
Whitener, Gordon, Hickory. 
Yoder, Stella, Hickory. 
Yoder, Clara Belle, Hickory. 
Clement, Catherine, Hickory. 
Ludwig, Ellis, Lincolnton. 
Mullen, Eunice, Lincolnton. 
Rudisill, George, Lincolnton. 
Mauney, Madeline. Newton. 
Hoover, Freddie, Newton. 
Bolick, Mary, Newton. 
Mundy, Lulu, Newton. 
Whitener. Marjorie, Henry. 
Martin, J. Z., Henry. 
Mullens, R. E., Henry. 
Whisnant, Will, Henry. 
Johnson, Foy, Henry. 
Gabriel, M. L. , Sherrills Ford. 
Phillips, Susie. Newton. 
Phillips, L. H., Mrs., Newton, R. 1. 
Horn, Flora, Henry. 
Horn, Claribel, Henry. 



NEWTON. 

Population, 1913: 3,500. White polls, 600; 
colored polls, 50. 

Value real estate, $411,190; value personal 
property, $303,912. 

TAX RATE: 90 cents. 

Bonded debt, $75,000; floating debt, $1,500. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— Geo. A. Warlick. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— B. S. Owens. 

CLERK— T. H. McClelland. 

TREASURER— J. H. M Clelland. 

TAX COLLECTOR— B. S. Owens. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— G. II. West. 

POSTMASTER— F. M. Williams. 

R. R. AGENT— J. S. Abernethy, Southern 
and C. & N. W. Railway. 

EXPRESS AGENT— J. S. Abernethy. 

TELEGRAPH MANAGER— Herbert Wagner. 
W. U. Tel. Co. 

TELEPHONE MANAGER— H. Q. Blanton, 
Piedmont Tel. and Tel. Co. 

Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— M. A. Adams, Pastor. 
LUTHERAN— B. L. Stroup, Pastor. 
METHODIST— W. M. Biles, Pastor. 
PRESBYTERIAN— W. M. Sykes, Pastor. 
REFORMED — Walter W. Rowe, Pastor. 
Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Snipp, Virginia. 
Piedmont. 
Trollinger House. 



Banks and Bankers. 
FARMERS & MERCHANTS— J. H. Yount, 
President: G. C. Little, Cashier. 

SHUFORD NATIONAL— G. A. Warlick, 
President; A. H. Crowell, Cashier. 
Bakers. 
Newton Bakery. 

Brick Manufacturers. 
Deal, E. M., & Co. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
Carpenter. P. O. 
R'nyne & Co. 
Rowe. C. M. 
Dunn. C. D. & Co. 
CaldweU-Cochran Co. 
The Garvin Company. 
Gemayel, Joseph. 

Book Stores. 
C. Clapp. 

Building and Loan Associations. 
Citizens Building and Loan Association. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 
Newton Grocery Co. 
Sigmon, A. P. 
Bolick. E. Q. 

Carriage Dealers or Manufacturers. 

Moose, George. 
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. 
Deal, J. S. 
Setzer, Milton. 
Setzer, G. W. 

Interior Decorators. 
Thurmond. C. W. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 
Newton Ice & Fuel Co. 
Carper, J. B. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 
Yount & Schrum. 
Yount, E H., & Co. 

Department Stores. 
Caldwell-Cochran Co. 
The Garvin Company. 
Rowe. C- M., Co. 

Dentists. 
Little. J. B. 
Young. W. H. 
Little, R. A. 



Freeze Drug Co. 
Clapp, Clarence. 



Druggists. 



Doctors. 



West, G. H. 
Campbell. J. R. 
Everhart, W. H. 
Long, T. W. 
Yount, J. H. 
Rowe, H. E. 
Shipp, George. 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
Carpenter, P. O. 
Rowe. C. M. 
Garvin Co. 
Rhyne & Co. 
Gemayel. Joseph. 

Power and Light Companies. 
Southern Power Company. 



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Fruit Dealers. 
N. Y. Candy Kitchen. 
Newton Grocery Co. 
Smyre, J. F. 

Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Moose, George. 
Warlick, G. A. 
Setzer. L. M. 

Florists. 
Jarrett, Mrs. Frank. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Garvin. J. A., & Co. 
Herman, J. F., & Son. 

Grocers. 
Newton Grocery Co. 
Garvin. J. A.. & Co. 
Gemayel, Joseph. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Smyre Hardware Co. 
Rhyne Hardware Co. 

Insurance Agents. 
Farmers & Merchants Bank (Fire). 
Long, L. F., (Life). 
McLelland & Gaither (Fire). 
Ervin, J. W. (Life). 
Kenyon, W. C. (Fire). 

Jewelers. 
Hardistcr, J. W. 

Laundries. 
Newton Steam Laundry. 
Lawyers. 
McCorkle, C. M. 
McCorkle, Geo. 
Feimster, W. C. 
Gaither, W. B. 
Moose, R. R. 
Mebane, C. H. 
Worlick, Wilson. 

Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 
Setzer Lumber Co. 
Setzer, Geo. \V. 
Moose, Geo. 
Setzer, L. M. 

Machinery Dealers. 
Moose, Geo. 
Warlick, Geo. A. 

Cotton Gins. 
Rhyne, Yount & Co. 
Houk Ginning Co. 

Paint and Oil Dealers. 
Smyre Hardware Co. 
Rhyne Hardware Co. 

Painters. 
Marlowe, Charles. 
Allen, .1. W. 
Hudson, Will. 

Produce Dealers. 
Rowe, C. M. 
Smyre, J. F. 
Newton Grocery Co. 

Plumbers. 
Home. J. H. 
Martin Plumbing Co. 

Piano and Organ Dealers. 
Kenyon. W. C. 
laret, C. F. 
Cox, H. F. 

Photographers. 
Moose, T. B. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
NEWTON ENTERPRISE (weekly)— F. M. 
Williams. Editor. 

CATAWBA COUNTY NEWS (semi-weekly) — 
C. H. Mebane, Editor. 

Real Estate Agents. 
Newton Land and Loan Co. 
Staney Realty Co. 

Shingle Dealers. 
Setzer, Lee. 
Warlick. G. A. 



Tailors. 
Yount, E. H., & Co. 
Yount & Schrum. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Herman & Son. 
Garvin, J. A.. & Co. 

Veterinary Surgeons. 
Taylor, Dr. C. H. 

Wall Paper Dealers. 
Thurmond. C. W. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Newton Bobbin Factory. 
Rhyne, Yount & Co. (Roller Mill). 
Houk Ginning Co. 
Newton Roller Covering Co. 

Oil Mills. 
Newton Oil and Fertilizer Co. 



HICKORY. 

Population, 1914: 7,500. White polls, 461; 
colored polls, 118. 

Value real estate $850,000; value personal 
property $1,200,00. 

TAX RATE: $1.60 on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $146,000. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— C. H. Geitner. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— E. W. Lentz. 

CITY MANAGER— S. C. Connell. 

ATTORNEYS— Councill & Yount. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— T. C. Blackburn. 

POSTMASTER— A. C. Link. 

R. R. AGENT— W. B. Southerlaud, South- 
C. & N. W. Railways. 

EXPRESS AGENT— H. L. Yoder. 

TELEGRAPH MANAGER— R. J. Foster, W. 
U. Tel. Co. 

TELEPHONE MANAGER— N. S. Dasher. 
Hickory Electric Co. 

MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION— S. M. Har- 
mick, Pres. ; Miss Annie Downum, Secretary. 

Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— J. D. Harte, Pastor. 

EPISCOPAL— S. B. Stroupe, Rector. 

LUTHERAN— C. L. Miller, Rev. Mr. Phillips, 
John Wannanacker, Pastor. 

METHODIST— A. L. Stanford, Pastor; B. A. 
York, Hickory Circuit. 

PRESBYTERIAN— Rev. J. G. Garth, Pastor. 

GERMAN REFORMED— Dr. J. L. Murphy, 
Pastor. 

Colleges. 

LENOIR— Faculty. 

F. G. Morgan, Ancient Languages. 
Trof. Cofle, Natural Science. 

W. J. Stirewalt, Ancient Languages. 

G. H. Hartwig English. 

Rev. M. L. Stirewalt, Economics and Greek. 

W. A. Rudsill, Natural Science. 

K. B. Patterson, Mathematics and Astron- 
omy. 

W. H. Little, Hstory anil Mod. Languages. 

Rev. J. D. Manney, Bible and Christian 
Evidences. 

G. H. Huffman, Ass't in Science. 

Lillie Hallman, Music. 

Ester V. Shultzf Expression and Voice. 

Maie Rhodes, AssSt Expression and Music. 

Mrs. Mary B. Scherer, Domestic Science. 

Maggie Woods, Business Department. 

CLAREMONT— Faculty : 

Joseph L. Murphy, President. 

Mazie C. Schmidt, Lady Principal. 

Joseph L. Murphy, A. M. D. D. Bible and 
Ethics. 

Marion Evans. A. B. Math, and Latin. 

Bertha Hiteshew, A. B. English and His- 
tory. 

Edwina Chadwick, A. B. A. M., French and 
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Mazie C. Schmidt, A. B. B .E., Expres- 
sion. 

Cora Belle Ballard, Art. 
Mrs. J. H. Hatcher, B. Mus., Director of 
Music. 
Grace Patrick, B. Mus. Ass't. 
Mrs. J. L. Murphy, B. Mus., Voice. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Hotel Hufry. 
Marshall Hotel. 
Parker House. 
Charter House. 
Whites. 
Pope, J. D. 
Robinson, Raymond. 
Robinson, Mrs. J. W. 
Freeman, Mrs. C. C. 
Flager, L. 
Salvo, Mrs. T. A. 
Barges, Eugene. 

Banks and Bankers. 
FIRST NATIONAL— J. D. Elliot, President, 
K. C. Menzies, Cashier. 

HICKORY BANKING AND TRUST CO.— 
J. F. Abernethy, President; W. F. Reid, Cash- 
ier. 

Bakers. 
Ellington, C. W. 

Brick Manufacturers. 
Poovey, L. W. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
Selz Shoe Co. 

Book Stores. 
Vandyke Book and Art Shop. 

Butchers and Dealers In Cattle. 
Hammond, Ed. 
Brawley & Poovey. 
Bost & Newton. 
Shell, Geo. Co. 

Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Abernethy Hardware Co. 
Henkle Live Stock Co. 
Abernethy, A. S., & Son. 

Commission Merchants. 
Hickory Commission Co. 
Hickory Seed Co. 

Cotton and Hosiery Mills. 
Hickory Hosiery Mills. 
Ivey Cotton Mill. 
Elliot Knitting Mills. 
Brookford Cotton Mill. 
Shuford Textile Mills. 

Confectionery Dealers. 
Whitener & Martin. 
Ellington. C. W. 
California Fruit Co. 

Contractors and Builders. 
Elliot Building Co. 
Abee, J. E. 
Moss Cabinet Shops. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 
Hickory Coal & Ice Co. 

Chamber of Commerce. 
W. H. Nicholson, President. 
A. K. Joy, Secretary. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 
Yoder & Clark Clothing Co. 
Zerden, L. E. 

Moretz-Whitener Clothing Co. 
Houck & Prevette. 

Cotton Gins. 
Bumgarner, R. M. 
Cline, J. T. 

Dentists. 
Ramsay, W. B. 
Biddex, J. C. 
Wood, la. 

Druggists. 
Shuford, C. M. 
Menzies Drug Co. 
Lutz Drug Co. 



Doctors. 
Shuford, J. H. 
Menzies, H. C. 
Abernethy, Henry L. 
Stevenson, T. !•". 
Blackburn, T. C. 
Johnson, J. T. 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
Bowles, J. A. 
Setzer & Sons. 
Thompson & West Co. 
Lowe & Co. 
Allen, J. F. 
Stevenson, R. W. 
Setzer & Russell. 
Harris & Little. 
Burns & Whitener. 
Hunsucker, C. L. 
Holler, O. L. 
Steele, F. S. 
Kelly, A. C. 

Power and Light Companies. 
Southern Public Utilizer. 

Fruit Dealers. 
California Fruit Co. 
> rwton & Hamrick. 

Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Whitener & Martin. 
Setzer & Sons. 
Propst, N. W. 
Bost, C. ('. 

Fish and Oyster Dealers. 
Willis, J. H. 
Depot Cafe. 
Whitener & Martin. 

Foundries and Iron Works. 
Piedmont Foundry & Machine Co. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Shuford, J. W. 
Bowles & Sellers. 

Wholesale Grocers. 
Hickory Grocery Co. 
Patrick-Mosteller Co. 
Merchants Provisions Co. 
Hine Co., B. L. 

Retail Grocers. 
Bost & Newton. 
Shell, Geo., Co. 
Setzer & Russell. 
Setzer & Sons. 
Burns & Whitener. 

Building and Loan Associations. 
First Building and Loan Association. 
Mutual Building and Loan Association. 
Catawba Co. Rural Credit Association. 

Insurance Agents. 
Hickory Insurance & Realty Co. (Fire). 
J. E. Haithcock (Fire). 
Martin, D. L. 
Metropolitan Life. 

Jewelers. 
Bisanar, Geo. E. 
Rhodes, J. O. 

Laundries. 
Leach, J. L., Proprietor. 
Wah, Sam (Chinese Laundry). 

Lawyers. 
Whitener.' A. A. 
Council, W. B. 
Blackwelder. B. B. 
Yount. M. H. 
Whitener, C. L. 
Self, W. A. 
Bagby, C. W. 
Russell, D .L. 

Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 
Hutton & Bourbonnals Co. 
Hickory Novelty Co. 
Hickory Manufacturing Co. 

Machinery Dealers. 
Abernethy Hardware Co. 
Piedmont Foundry & Machine Co. 
Shuford Hardware Co. 



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Paint and Oil Dealers. 
Shuford Hardware Co. 
Ingold, F. B. 
Abernethy Hardware Co. 
Painters. 
Abee. J. E. 
Hilton. Tlios. 
Cody, Chas. 
Setzer, John. 

Produce Dealers. 
Setzer & Russell. 
Harris & Little. 
Setzer & Sons. 

Plumbers. 
Martin. W. N. 
Hutton, A. 
DeBodes Plumbing & Boofing Co. 

Photographers. 
Bradshaw, A. J. 
Hardin, C. M. 

Printing Offices. 
Clay Printing Co. 

Real Estate Agents. 
Hickory Land and Development Co. 
Fogle. Win. P. 
Campbell, S. D. 
Buchanan., Z. B. 

Newspapers and Editors. 

CATAWBA LUTHERAN (Monthly)— C. L. 
Miller and W. A. Deaton, Editors. 

HICKORY DEMOCRAT (Weekly)— E. V. 
Morton, Editor. 

LENOIBIAN (Monmiy)— J. T. Horney, 
Editor. 

TIMES-MEBCUBY (Weekly)— J. F. Miller. 
Editor. 

Shingle Dealers. 

Hickory Mfg Co. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Shuford. J. W. 

Veterinary Surgeons. 
Wolf, Dr. R. W. 

Wall Paper Dealers. 
Abee, J. E. 
Hawn, J. M. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Piedmont Wagon Co. 
Hickory Flour Mill. 

Hickory Manufacturing Co. (Building Ma- 
terials). 
Hickory Novelty Co. (Building Materials). 
Martin Furniture Co. 
Hickory Furniture Co. 
Latta-Martin Pump Co. 
Hickory Chair Co. 
Hickory Tannery. 

Hickory Collar Co. (Horse Collars). 
Hutton Bourbomais Co. 
Piedmont Foundry & Machine Co. 
Hickory Overall Factory. 
Hickory Glove Factory. 
Hickory Harness Co. 
Hickory Hosiery Mills. 
Elliott Hosiery Mills. 
A. A. Shuford Mills Co. 



CATAWBA. 

Population, 1910: White, 300; colored, 100; 
total, 400. 

Value real estate, $33,000; value personal 
property, $50,000. 

TAX BATE: 25 cents on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— Oscar Sherrill. 

POSTMASTER— R. E. Carpenter. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— M. S. Winecoff. 

R. R. AGENT— F. E. Booth, Southern Ry. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— F. E. Booth, 
Western Union. 



Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— J. S. Connell. Pastor. 
METHODIST— A. G. Loftin, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
PUBLIC SCHOOL— Miss Annie Barnes, 
Principal. 

Doctors. 
Long, Glen. 
Long, F. Y. 

General Merchants. 
Coulter & Little. 
Long, J. U, & Co. 
Little, J. D. 

Banks and Bankers. 
PEOPLE'S— J. H. Pitt", President; W. B. 
Walker, Cashier. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Catawba Inn, W. L. Sherrill, Proprietor. 

Cotton Gins. 
Lawrence, J. W. 

Livery Stables 
Catawba Inn Stables. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Catawba Tanning Co. 

Brick Manufacturers. 
Lawrence & Lenard. 



CLAREMONT. 

Population, 1914: White, 500, colored, none. 
Value of real estate, $75,000; value personal 
property, $125,000. 

TAX BATE— 25 cents on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOB— J. H. Moser. 
POSTMASTEB— G. E. Setzer. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— J. A. Deal. 
R. R. AGENT— O. L. Coulter, Southern Ry. 
MANAGERS TELEGRAPH— C. L. Pope & 
Marvin Winecoff, Western Union. 

Ministers and Churches. 
OHIO LUTHERAN— Rev. R. M. Carpenter. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— J. H. Moser, R. L. Smyre, and 
W. K. Carpenter, committee of principals. 
Doctors. 
Moser, D. M. 

Druggists. 
Moser, D. M. 

General Merchants. 
Huitt, J. H. C. & Co. 
Holler & Turner. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Setzer, G. E. 
Sigmon & Gilbert. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Kelley, Mr'. J. D 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Kenyon, W. C. (Flour Mill). 
Moser, J. H., & Co. (Saw Mill and Treshing). 
Yount, J. R., & Co. (Saw Mill). 
Arndt Bros. (Flour Mill). 
Sigman & Hoke (Saw Mill). 

Cotton Gins. 
Smyre-Huitt & Co. 
Farmers' Ginning Co. 

Cafes. 
Yount & Moser. 
Lane, Tom. 
Setzer & Gantt. 



CONOVER. 

Population, 1910: White, 400; colored, 100: 
total, 500. 

TAX BATE— 30 cents on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOB— S. S. Rowe. 

POSTMASTER— J. F. Hunsucker. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— L. C. Hunsucker. 

R. R. AGENT — W. W. Hunsucker. Southern 
and C. & N. W. Railways. 



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Ministers and Churches. 
LUTHERAN— Walter Bischoff, Pastor. 
REFORMED — John C. Peeler, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
CONCORDIA COLLEGE— H. B. Hemmeter, 
Pres. 

Banks and Bankers. 
CITIZENS' BANK — J. A. Isenhour, Presi- 
dent; A. L. Shuford, Cashier. 
Doctors. 
Herman, F. L. 
Stewart, James J. 

Druggists. 
Stewart, James J. 
Conover Drug Co. 

General Merchants. 
Isenhour, P. E., & Son. 
Hunsucker & Sommons. 
Bolick, J. G. 
Herman, E. A. 
Hunsucker, L. E., & Co. (Hardware). 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Huitt, Mrs. Anna, Prop. (Boarding House). 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Hickory Handle & Mfg. Co. 
Bolick, J. Sons Co. (Buggies). 
Herman Manufacturing co. 
Conover Roller Mils. 
Yount & Shell (Ginners and Saw Milling). 

MAIDEN. 

Population, 1910: White, 800; colored, 25; 
total. 825. 

Value real estate and personal property, 

$300,000. .. .... 

TAX RATE — 33 1-3 cents on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— D. M. Carpenter. 
POSTMASTER — J. A. Taylor. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— G. W. West. 
R. R. 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. Houey- 
cutt. Principal. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF MAIDEN— O. L. Cromer, Presi- 
dent; B. M. Spratt, Cashier. 

Building and Loan Asscciations. 
New Home. 

Grocers. 
Rogers, John. 
Abernathy & Co. 
Freed, J. C. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Cromer, J. L. 

General Merchants. 
Rabb, Carpenter & Co. 
Wliitener, R. L. 
Rudisill, R. A. 
Carpenter, M. F. 
Hawn, J. P. 
Heafner & Taylor. 

Livery Stables. 
Taylor, M. P. 
Keener, G. W. 

BROOKFORD. 

Incorporated 1908. 

Population, 1913: White, 1,500. 

Value real estate, $500,000. 

TAX RATE: 30c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— J. A. Johnson. 

ALDERMEN— 1st, J. T. Warren; 2nd, B. L. 
Warren; 3rd. J. C. Church. 

POSTMASTER— J. R. Grey. 

R. R. AND AGENT — Hickory, railroad sta- 
tion. 

Ministers and Churches. 

REFORMED— J. L. Murphy. 
BAPTIST— W. N. Cook. 
METHODIST — Vacant. 

Schools and Academies. 
PUBLIC—. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Brookford Hotel. 

General. Merchandise. 
Brookford Mill Store. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Brookford Cotton Mill. 



CHATHAM COUNTY 



COUNTY SEAT, PITTSBORO. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), 22,635. 

Formed in 1770. Named in honor of William Pitt, Earl of Chatham. 

AREA — S00 square miles. 

Value fo real estate. $3,016,944: value of personal property,, $2,241,170. 

Property listed in 1914 by whites, $4,869,963; by negroes $3S8,151. 

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS— For whites, 84; for negroes, 40. 

TAX RATE — County purposes, 22 2-3c, on the $100; roads and bridges, 10c; special. 4c; 
schools, 3c; 

PUBLIC ROADS— Number of miles. 600. Worked by taxation. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Eonlee and Western Railroad, 11 miles, assessed value $ 33.0iio.ihi 

Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad, 24.99 miles, assessed value 279,181.00 

Seaboard Air Line Railroad, 18.59 miles, assessed value 524,563.00 

Pullman Co., assessed value l (l 

Swift Refrigerator Transportation Co., assessed Value S'SSonn 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 8 'Z!?nnn 

Pittsboro Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value |««- «« 

Wesern Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Carolina Power and Light Co., assessed value 254.6 

Coleridge Telephone Co., assessed value ,„,,',' 

Siler City Telephone Co., assessed value and light i"- 1 / 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., as assessed value l.-J • ' 

Cane Creek Telephone Co., assessed value „!:.,; 

Raleigh, Charlotte and Southern Railway, 8 miles, assessed value Af.4iJ4.uu 

Norfolk. Southern R. R. Co., R. & S. P. Div. 7.46 miles 43,188 



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NorfolS Southern K. K. Co., D. C. Div. 7.22 miles 21,149.00 

Yadkin Power ('<>.. assessed value 5,760.00 

Bonlee Telephone Co., assessed value 2,000.00 

Durham .v South Carolina Railroad Co., 17.88 miles, assessed value 89.236.00 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— January 11, March 15 (civil), May 10, August 9 (civil), 
November 1 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— J. L. Griffin, Pittsboro. 

SHERIFF— Leon L. Lane, Pittsboro. 

RKGISTER OF DEEDS— John W. Johnson. 
Pittsboro. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— L. E. Farthing, Pitts- 
boro. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— R. P. Johnson, 
Pittsboro. 

CORONER— Geo. II. Brooks, Pittsboro. 

SXJPT. OF HOME— J. \Y. Harmon, Pitts- 
boro. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— J. B. Atwater. 
Bynum ; A. R. Norwood, Bynum, R. 1 ; W. B. 
Harden, Harper's Cross Roads. 

COMMISSIONERS— C. D. Moore, Pittsboro, 
R. 1; J. W. Griffin, Moncure, R. 2; W. H. Fer- 
guson, Pittsboro, R. 2. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— M. T. Williams, 
(elim'n), Pittsboro; J. B. Clegg, J. G. Hamlet. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

BALDWIN TOWNSHIP— W. A. Snipes, 
Chapel Hill. R. 2; A. W. Ward, Chas. A. 
Snipes, Byrum, Rf d. ; H. T. Wood, Byrum. 

MATTHEWS— R. M. Guerell, Ore Hill; R. 
W. Dark, Silver City. 

NEW HOPE— W. M. Roundy, Apex, R. 1. 
Junius Womble, A. Miller Puryear, J. Seaton 
Welch, Merry Oaks. 

OAKLAND— James A. Tyson, Will McK. 
Bule, Moncure, R. F. D. 

WILLIAMS— H. C. Williams, Bynum. R. 2, 
J. Bun Atwater, Bynum; Alvis F. Riggsbee, 
Morrisville;, A. E. Cole and J. D. Atwater, 
E. Durham. R. 3. 

BEAR CKEEK— C. E. Kinneman, Andy Cox, 
R. L. Welch, Bear Creek; B. S. Lawrence, 
Bear Creek, R. 1. 

CAPE FEAR— D. M. Bridges, J. D. Mclver, 
J. H. Cotten. 

CENTER— R. M. Burns, Pittsboro; H. B. 
Jones, Pittsboro, R. 3; W. Hearn, Byrum; J. 
M. Keek. Pittsboro, R. 2. 

GULF— J. M. Stinson, Archie G. Burke, 
John M. Phillips, Goldston; D. W. Tally, 
Goldston; W. H. Gilmore, Goldston, R. 1; C. 
W. Holt, Goldston. R. 1. 

HAW RIVER— John Bell, C. C. Poe. E. E. 
Walden. Moncure; T. W. Churchill. Moncure. 
Rives Chapel; C. M. Covert, Siler City, R. 5; 
J. A. Blair, Kimbolton. 

HICKORY MT.— J. R. Blair, Kimbolton; 
T. B. Bray, Beaumont; Robert J. Watson, 
Rives Chapel. 

HADLEY— Manly Lindley, Siler City, R. 3; 
W. C. Pickard, J. L. Self; Pittsboro, R. 2. 

ALBRIGHT— M. F. Overman, Liberty; W. 
M. Duncan, Pittsboro, R. 2; H. Zez Terry, 
James Hackney, Silk Hope. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

BAPTIST — L. R. Dixon, Mt. Vernon 
Springs; O. B. Mitchell, Pittsboro. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

SILK HOPE— C. H. Lutterloh. Prin. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Upehurch, C. G., New Hill, Rid. 

Hackney, B. H., Bynum. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Perry, G. W.. Silk Hope. 

Womble, J. N., Grove. 

Burke, Edgar, Kimbolton. 

Williams & Co., Riggsbee. 

Dollar, E. A., Chapel Hill, Rfd. 

Womble & Moore. Bynum. 



Atwater-Lambeth, Bynum. 

Brewer, W. H., Fall Creek. 

Henderson, J. T., Bynum. 

Council, J. F., & Bro., Morrisville. 

Whitehead, E. E., Kimbolton. 

Moore, R. J., Bynum. 

Ellington, W. J., Bynum. 

Henderson, .1. T., Bynum. Rfd. 

Council, J. P., & Bro., Morrisville, Rfd. 

I i s, J. A., Apex, Rfd. 

COTTON GINS. 
Womble. J. D.. Pittsboro. 
Williams Co., Riggsbee. 
Blake, J. C, Chapel Hill. 
Peoples, J. J., Bellevoir. 
Carroll. T. E., Hadley. 
Bridges. D. M., Merry Oaks. 
Perry. G. W., Silk Hope. 
Johnson, Joe & Co., Kimbolton. 
Ferringtou, E. M., Riggsbee. 
Burns & Seagroves, Cumnock. 
Bynum, George, Pittsboro. 
Ferguson, W. H., Pittsboro, Rfd. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Chatham Roller Mill Co., Bynum. 
Williams, Ward, & Co., Riggsbee. 
Mclver, J. M., Gulf. 
Ferguson, W. H., Pittsboro, Rfd. 

SAW MILLS. 
Nooe, B., Pittsboro. 
Bland, T. M.. Moncure. R. 2. 
Perry. G. W.. Silk Hope. 
Eddins Co., Moncure. 
Diggs Co., Lockville. 
Ferrell, F. M., Pittsboro, R. 1. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Brewen, Lillie. Silver City, R. 2. 
Gilbert, Blanche, Silver City, R. 1. 
Annie, McVey, Silver City, R. 1. 
Hargrove, Eula, Silver City, R. 1. 
Self, Zeb. V., Silver City, R. 4. 
Andrews, Minnie, Frosty. 
Moore, Myrtle, Chapel Hill R. 1. 
Lamberth, Julia, Byrum. 
Barnes, L. Mac. Byrum. 
Bryan, Fallie, Pittsboro, R. 1. 
Lindley, Elsie, Byrum. 
Phillips, H. B., Bear Creek, R. 1. 
Leonard, Estella, High Falls. 
Johnson. Smith, Ore Hill R. 1. 
Ellis, Van H., Siler City, R. 3. 
Myrick, H. Geter, Ore Hill, R. 1. 
Nail, Allen. Bear Creek, R. 1. 
Brewer, Florence, Bear Creek. R. 1. 
Phillips, Annie. Bear Creek, R. 1. 
Presnall, Myrtle, Bear Creek, R. 1. 
Beane, Edgon C. , Bennitt. 
Franklin, Earl H. , Merry Oaks. 
Norris, Lina E., Merry Oaks. 
Stewart, Evelyem, Merry Oaks. 
Y'ates, Lena, Merry Oaks. 
LTtley, Mary Lee, Merry Oaks. 
Abernathy, H. M. Truth. 
Lambe. Byrd, New Hill, R. 2. 
Cole, L. E. Pittsboro. R. 1. 
Jones, Mrs. H. B., Pittsboro, R. 3. 
Lutterlah, Chas H., Pittsboro Rfd. 
Durham, Lillian, Pittsboro, R. 2. 
Perry, Addie S., Pittsboro, R. 2. 
Williamscjn, F. M. , Pittsboro. , 
McMillan, Lela M. , Pittsboro. 
Pilkington, Nellie R. , Pittsboro. 
Patterson, Maloma. Pittsboro. 
Barber, Mrs. Mary A., Pittsboro. 



Phillips. J. J., Rev., Goldston, R. 1. 

Coriness, Korn, Goldston. 

Kidd, V. Alfred, Bear Creek, R. 1. 

Burns, Beatrice, Goldston. 

McManus, Nora, Bear Creek. 

Henley. Cornie, Goldston. 

Douglass, Fannie, Goldston. 

Clegg, Mary E., Goldston. 

Dunlap, Lillian, Gulf. 

Flemming, Mary, Gulf. 

Cockman, Cora Bell, Goldston. 

Moore, J. R., Mrs., Gulf. 

Pike, D. V. Siler City, R. 4. 

Lindley, Ida. Mrs., Siler City, R. 4. 

Justice, Lillie, Siler City, R. 4. 

Self, Bessie. Pittsboro, R. 2. 

Clegg, Janie T., Siler City, R. 4. 

Mann, Dallie, Roscoe. 

Sims. L. F.. Mancure. 

Sims, L. F., Mrs.. Mancure. 

Travis, Cora, Mancure. R. 2. 

Richradson, H. F., Goldston. 

Edwards, Sankins. Goldston. 

Hadley, Maggie, Pittsboro, R. 3. 

Edwards, Ada H., Siler City, R. 5. 

Harden, Fleda N., Evans. 

Ward, Elizabeth, Siler City, R. 4. 

Walters. H. M., Pittsboro, R. 2. 

Small, Chas. O., Siler City. 

Smith, Moriz, Siler City, R. 2. 

Edwards, Elizabeth. Siler City, R. 3. 

Leonard, R. O.,, Mt. Vernon Springs. 

Gilbert. Sankie, ©re Hill. 

Cole, Blonnie, Ore Hill. 

Siler, Juvell, Siler City. 

Zachory, Arka, Siler City, R. 1. 

Goodwin, Minnie. Morrisville, R. 1. 

dinger, Sarah, Apex, R. 4. 

Moore, Cora. Pittsboro, R. 1. 

Holloman, A. T., Apex, R. 1. 

Mortran, Mattie, Pittsboro, R. 1. 

Griffin, Mattie, Apex. 

Lewis, Bess, Apex. 

Wright, Worth. Sanford, R. 4. 

Burns, Lois, Moncure. R. 2. 

Clarke, Nina, Sanford. R. 4. 

Pool, Maggie M., Durham, R. 3. 

Johnson, Nettie, Morrisville, R. 1. 

Templeton, Nanie E., Apex, R. 1. 

Byrd, Emma. Riggsboro. 

Holliday, Erma, Siler City, R. 2. 

Murdoek, Miller. Siler City. R. 2. 

Lindley, Flavins, Siler City, R. 2. 

Brewer, Geo. E., Bennitt. 

Brerwer, Florence, Bear Creek, R. 1. 

Lindley. H. Heice, Siler City, R. 4. 

Woodell, Ira. Merry Oaks. 

Thompson. Mclvinsey, Rives Chapel. 

PITTSBORO. 

Incorporated in 1785. 
Population, 1910: 504. 

Value real estate, $150,000; value personal 
property, $150,000. 

TAX RATE: 25c. on the $100; 75c. on poll. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— Chas. S. Minor. 
POSTMISTRESS— Mrs. Lula Bland. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— S. D. Gunter. 
R. R. AGENT— B. M. Poe, S. A. L. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— J. F. Alston. 
Pittsboro Telegraph & Telephone Co. 
Ministers and Churches. 
PRESBYTERIAN— E. L. Wicker. 
BAPTIST— F. B. Raymond. 
METHODIST— W. F. Craven. 
EPISCOPAL— A. W. Cheatham. 

Schools and Academies. 
PITTSBORO HIGH— F. M. Williamson, 
Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF PITTSBORO— W. L. London. 
Pres. : M. T. Williams. Cash. 



Farthing, L. E. 
Chapin, H. T. 

Farrell, R. M. 



Doctors. 



Dentists. 
Druggists. 



Pilkineton, G. R. 

Lawyers. 

Hayes, R. H. 

Bymim, Fred W. 

London. H. A. 

London, II. M. 

Ray, A. C. 

General Merchandise. 

London, W. L-, & Son. 

Johnson, W. T. 

Womble. L. N. 

Johnson, J. J., & Son. 

Brooks & Eubanks. 

Farrell, E. A., & Co. 

Newspapers and Editors. 

CHATHAM RECORD (Weekly)— Henry A. 
London. Editor. 

NORTH CAROLINA INDEX (Weekly)— J. 
C. Stanton (col.). Editor. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Burns Hotel. 
Exline House. 
Gunter Hotel. 

Saw Mills. 
Bland, T. M., & Co. 
Nooe, B. 
Burns & Clifton. 

Cotton Gins. 
Chatham Oil & Fist Co.. Gin. 
Womble, L. N. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Chatham Cotton Oil and Fertilizer Co. 
Elizabeth Hosiery Mills. 

Livery and Sales Stables. 

Union Live Stock Co. 

Lanius, J. C. 

Hill, N. M. 

Hill, N. M. & Gunter, S. G. 



SILER CITY. 

Incorporated in 1S87. 
Population, 1912: 1,400 (estimated). 
Value real estate, $200,000; value personal 
property, $150,000. 
TAX RATE: 75c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— L. L. Wrenn, 
POSTMASTER— D. L. Webster. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— D. C. Roberts. 
R. R. AGENT— W. S. Edwards. Sou. Ry. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— W. S. Edwards. 
W. IT. 

SILER CITY ELECTRIC LIGHT & TELE- 
PHONE CO.— Henry Pike, Mgr. 

Ministers and Churches. 
M. E. SOUTH— T. II. Sutton, Pastor. 
METHODIST PROTKSTAXT -Bev. Ixdford. 
BAFTIST— Geo. E. SprueU. 

Schools and Academies. 
SILER CITY GRADED— C. O. Small. Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
THE CHATHAM BANK— F. M. Hadley. 
Pres. ; J. J. Jenkins. Cash. 

SILER CITY LOAN & TRUST CO.— It. 1. 
Caviness, Pres. ; E. B. Parks, Sec. & Treas. 
Dentists. 
Shamburger, B. B. 

Doctors. 
Edwards, J. D. 
Kirkman. T. A. 
Wrenn, Frank. 

Druggists. 
Matthews, G. E. 



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Lawyers. 

Slier, W. D. 

Dixon, R. H. 

Milliken, J. F. 

Hannah, Harry B. 

Paschal, B. E\ 

Insurance Agents. 

Hannah, J. George (Fire, Life, Burglary and 
Bonding). 

Newspapers and Editors. 

SILER CITY GKIT (Weekly)— I. S. London, 
Editor. 

Chamber of Commerce. 

Boling, M. J., President. 
Jewelers. 

Edwaids, Tod. R. 

Overman, T. A. 

Real Estate Dealers. 

Chatham Real Estate Co., Ed. T. Jordan, 
Mgr. 

General Merchants. 

The Ladies' Emporium. 

Smith, A. P. 

Marley, J. M., & Son. 

Stone Bros. 

Teague & Lambe. 

Marley, J. H., & Co. 

The Hardware Store. 

Gregson & Dorsett. 

Webster-Paschal Co. 

City Meat & Grocery Co. 

Durham, W. S. 

Cooper, W. B., & Son. 

Marley, B. C. 

Jordan & Chavis. 

Clapp, A. J. 

Wrenn Bros. Co. 

Fox & Co. 

Fox, D. G., & Son. 

Vestal. Miss Kate. 

Farmers' Alliance Co-operative Store. 

Dark & Johnson. 

Marley Furniture Co. 

Elkins, C. R. 

Elder Hardware Co. 

Reece, H. C. 

Marley, T. M. 

Fox, Henry S. 

Richardson Bros. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

The Hotel Hadley. 

Hotel Chatham. 

White Cafe. 

Siler City Cafe. 

Contractors and Builders. 
Bray, B. B. 
Yertal, Ed. C. 
Turner, J. W. 
Stout Lumber Co. 
Hilliard, G. H. 

Marble" Dealers. 
Siler City Marble Works. 

Livery Stables. 
Siler City Livery. 
Chatham Live Stock Co. 

Undertakers. 
Marley, J B. 

Machinery Deahri 
Lambe, A. A. 
Elder Hardware Co. 
The Hardware Store. 

Machine Shop and Garage. 
Hadley, F. W. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Hadley, F. W. 
Siler City Roller Mills. 
Lane & Edwards. 
Stout Lumber Co. 
Lambe Manufacturing Co. 
High Point Bending & Chair Co. 
Hadley-Peoples Manufacturing Co. 



Harper, Ralph, Repair & Shoeing Shop. 

Bottling Works. 

Phillips, Paul. 

Oval Oak Manufacturing Co. 

Bray Bros. Brick Co. 

Theatres. 
Gem Theatre. 

Sales Stables. 
Clark, Rufus. 
Chatham Live Stock Co. 
Mendenhall, J. A. 
Bunton, J. R. 

Grain and Provisions. 
Clark, Rufus. 
The Hardware Store. 

BONLEE. 

Incorporated in 1912. 

Population, 1913: 200. 

Value real estate, $60,000; value personal 
property. $30,000. 

TAX RATE: 10c. on the $100; 30c. on the 
poll. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR — Isaac H. Dunlap. 

COMMISSIONERS— C. E. Kinnaman, Dr. 
W. L. McManns, W. J. Tally. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— H. J. Carter. 

POSTMASTER— B. H. Waddell. 

R. R. AGENT— C. E. Kimaman, Southern 
and B. & W. 

EXPRESS AGENT— C. E. Kimaman. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— W. H. Garner. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— K. C. Horner, Pastor. 
BONLEE BAPTIST— Name not given out. 
HOPE M. P.— J. H. Bowwman, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
PUBLIC—. 
BONLEE HIGH— F. A. Penland. Supt. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Pugh, R. L. 

Doctors. 
McManmis, W. L. 

Merchants. 
The Dunlap-Waddell Co. 

Danlap Funiitare & Hardware Co. 

Bonlee Store Co. 

Pugh, R. L. 

Brooks, W. T. 

White, Thannel. 

White, S. V. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Bonlee Milling Co. (Roller Mills.) 
Brooks & Webster (Gin.) 

Real Estate Dealers. 
Dunlap, Isaac H. 



MONCURE. 

Incorporated in 1903. 

Population, 1913: White, 125; colored, 11; 
total, 136. 

Value of real estate, $75,000; value personal 
property, $40,000. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— J. E. Bryan. 

COMMISSIONERS— W. C. Maddox, J. L. 
Womble, C. B. Crutchfield, C. C. Thomas. 

CONSTABLE— J. W. Wmble. 

POSTMASTER— T. I. Harrington. 

R. R. AGENT— C. C. Thomas, S. A. L. and 
Pittsboro Ry. 

EXPRESS AGENT— C. C. Thomas. 

MANAGERS TELEGRAPH— Garland Farrell, 
E. T. Glass, Jewell Krews. 

Ministers and Churches. 

METHODIST — W. F. Craven, Pastor. 

BAPTIST— W. R. Beech, Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 

HIGH— H. B. Pickard, Prin. ; Mrs. Jno. Bell, 
Asst. 



CHATHAM— CHEROKEE 



Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Hotel Womble. 
Hotel Farrell. 
Bell, Jno. 
Womble, J. W. 
Farrell, G. 

Doctors. 
Strickland, J. W. 

Druggists. 
Strickland, J. W., & Son.- 

Furniture Stores. 
Moncure Furniture Co. 

General Merchants. 
Madox Bros. 
Womble Bros. 



Thomas, M. M. 
Lambeth, Crutchfield Co. 
Curlee, Laura (Millinery.) 

Planing Mills. 
Lennard & Co. 

Flour and Grist Mill. 
Womble Bros. 

Cotton Gins. 
Womble Bros. 

Blacksmith Shops. 
Cook, W. R. 

Barber Shops. 
Jones, H. 

Shoe and Harness Shops. 
Jones, H. 



CHEROKEE COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, MURPHY. 



POPULATION— (Census, 1914) 17,701. 

Formed in 1839. Named in honor of Cherokee Indians who once dwelt there. 

AREA — 500 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $2,577,840; value of personal property, $1,155,077. 

Property listed in 1914, by whites, $1,050,699; by negroes, $11,452. 

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS — For whites, 57; for negroes, 3. 

TAX RATE — County purposes, 21 2-3c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 21 2-3c. on the 
$100. 

County bonded debt, $2,000. 

PUBLIC ROADS — No. miles, 100. Worked by free lavor, convict and special tax. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Railway, 23.99 miles, assessed value $938,491.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 6,528.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. assessed value 2,908.33 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 4,830.00 

Andrews Telephone Co., assessed value 1,208.00 

Louisville and Nashville Railroad, 13.16 miles, assessed value 79.260.00 

Snow Bird Valley Railroad. 7.50 miles, assessed value 9,375.00 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— January 4. March 29, August 9, November 8. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— A. A. Fain, Murphy. 

SHERIFF — P. C. Gentry. Grandview. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— Pareh Ovem, 
Ogretta. 

TREASURER— W. E. Howell. Murphy. 

CORONER — Judge Dockery, Grandview. 

SURVEYOR— Lon Raper, Culberson. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— J. N. Hill. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— A. L. Martin, Murphy. 

SUPT. OF HOME — G. D. Rick.s. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— S. W. Davidson, 
Andrews; S. W. Davidson, Murphy; Jno. F. 
Palmer, Marble; T. T. Johnson, Gray. 

COMMISSIONERS— T. C. McDonald. Grand- 
view; W. B. Mulky, Marble; Luther Hampton, 
Unaka. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— J. V. Brittain, 
Murphy; J. W. Lovingood, Murphy; R. H. 
Sneed, Murphy. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

MURPHY TOWNSHIP— W. B. Odell, Theo. 
N. Bales, Grandview; P. E. Nelson, J. H. 
Woods, Murphy; Pink Fair, Grandview; Rol- 
lin Roberts, Murphy. 

HOT HOUSE— I. M. Gaddis, Guy; J. W. 
Newman. Jack Bill, Hot House. 

NOTTA — John Anderson, Culberson; Ben 
Fox, Ranger; Oliver King, Kings; A. D. David- 
son, Ranger. 

SHOAL CREEK— Tom Allen, Bud Hood, W. 
L. Voils, Suit. 

VALLEYTOWN — Tom Ix>ng, John Leach, 
John Brady, D. S. Russell, Mack Morrow, 
Andrews. 

BEAVER DAM— E. H. Bute, Jack Crow, 
M. A. Hembra, Unaka. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWN. 

J. L. Muskey. W. A. Hembell, Unaka; Ben. 
Ledford, Ranger; W. H. Hogsed. Persimmon; 



W. F. McGee, Culberson: I. F. Sneed. Grand- 
view; Gay Bryant, Postell; Marion Underwood, 
Wehutty; G. T. Burger, Suit. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

BELVIEW HIGH— Jeff Martin, Prin. 

CULBERSON HIGH— Fred Christoper, Prin., 
Murphy. 

PEACHTREE HlfiH— R. E. Crawford, Prin., 
Peachtree. 

UNAKA HIGH— T: M. Jenkins, Prin., Unaka. 
Unaka. 

OAK GROVE ACADEMY— T. C. McDonald, 
Prin., Murphy. 

MARBLE HIGH— J. M. Lovingood, Prin., 
Marble. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Stiles, Allen, Unaka. 

Crawford, J. H., Unaka. 

Henry, S. B., Suit. 

Mason, C. C, Brasstown. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Dicky & Lovingood, Grandview. 

Odell, Scott, Brady. 

Lovingood & Dicky, Murphy. 

Trull & Bryson, Marble. 

Abernathy, N. A., Marble. 

Hyatt, J. W., Culberton. 

Brittain, Will, Peachtree. 

Hartness, Jas., Suit. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Lovingood, S. W., Murphy. 

Patton. Mrs. Martha, Grandview. 

Hayes, J. T., Tomotla. 

SAW MILLS. 

Lovingood. S. W., Murphy. 

Wood, O. P., Grandview. 

Davis, D. S.. Brady. 

Empire Lumber Co., Murphy. 



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CIIICKOKKK COrXTY 



PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Garrett, T. R.. Murphy. It. 2. 
Kilpatrick, Linda, Murphy, It. 2. 
Alley, li. I).. Murphy, R. 1. 

: ion, Minnie, Murphy, It. 2. 
Pipes, .1. ('.. Murphy, K. 1. 
m.i i. mis. Julia. Murphy, &■ 1. 
Lovingood, Grandview. 
Bailey, C. C, Grandview. 
Mulkey, ir. L., Grandview. 
Odell, J. C, Brady. 
Mallonee, Bessie, Murphy. 
Sheppard, Zora, Murphy. 
Stuart, Vienna, Murphy. 
Lovingood, Fannie, Murphy, it. 1. 
Parmer, Callie, Unaka. 
Sullivan, I.ura. I'naka. 
Haider. Alline, Uuaka. 
Sullivan, Inez, Unaka. 
Nicholson, Jessie. Murphy. 
Will. Lillian. Murphy. 
Marl in, W. R., Ogreeta. 
Cotter, Cora, Patrick. 
Cotter, Sada, Patrick. 
Shearer, Bessie, Patrick. 
Lawrence, E. N., Suit 
Lawrence, C. F., Suit. 
Keenum, R. L., Suit. 
Keenum, T. C, Suit. 
Taylor, Merta, Letitia. 
Taylor, Maud, Letitia. 
Stiles, M. T., Wehutty. 
Harwood, Ola, Bests. 
Harwood, Elizabeth, Persimmoncreek. 
Lunsford. Mack, Murphy. 
Hood, Olga, Murphy, it. 3 
Posey, Liela, Murphy, R. 3. 
Anderson, Lollie, Culberson. 
Henry, Myrtle, Culberson. 
Akin, Stella, Murphy, R. 2. 
Lovingood, J. M. , Marble. 
Stepp, G. W.. Topton. 
Wright, Bennie, Topton. 
Welch, Bessie, Marble. 
Matheson, Vinny, Andrews. 
Matheson, W. L., Andrews. 
Matheson, Pearl, Andrews. 
Hall, Jessie, Andrews. 
Brooks, Cyntha, Andrews. 
Hatchett, Linnie. Murphy, 
King. Millie, Murphy. 
Conley, Blanche, Murphy. 
Sneed, A. W., Ranger. 
Dockery, Lena, Tomotla. 
Leatherwood, Addie, Murphy. 
West, Lizzie, Murphy. 
McDonald, John, Grandview. 



R. 2. 



MURPHY. 

Incorporated in 1S89. 

Population, 1910: White, 1,000; colored. 
300; total. 1,900. 

Value real estate, $793, S60; value personal 
property, $226,490. 

TAX RATE: $1.00 on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— P. E. Nelson. 

POSTMASTER— Frank Dicky. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— W. A. Elliott. 

R. R. AGENT— It. B. Gibson, Southern; 
O. W. Hendricks. L. L. & N. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— C. B. Hill. 

Ministers and Churches. 
FIRST METHODIST— Ira Erwin. 
METHODIST— Rev. Noble, Murphy Circuit. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— G. B. Strickland. 
BAPTIST HIGH— Clark. Prin. 
Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF MURPHY— L. E. Bayless, Cash. 



Doctors. 



O. 



Patton, W. 

Hill, J. N. 
Meroney, B. B. 
Adams, X. B. 
i Ci rghway, S. C. 
A i" rnathy, J. F. 
Fain, A. A. 

Druggists. 
Parker," R. S. 

General Merchants. 
Hyatt, It. 11. & Co. 
Brown & Davidson. 
Dicky. A. B. 
Fain, J. E. 
Bates, Theo. X. 
Griffith, W. II. 
Wtr.d, J II. 
Hill, C. B. 
Christopher, N. C. 
Meroney, J. S. 
Christopher, J. W. 
Sneed, R. H. 
Candler Dep. Store Co. 
Wood. J. H. 
Murpby Hardware Co. 
Cherokee Hardware Co. 
Wofford-Fain Co. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Hubbard House. 
Patton House. 
Hiawassee Inn. 
Cottage Park. 
Beal. Mrs. Mary. 
Hotel Regal. 
Drummer House. 
Hotel Plaza. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Cherokee Hardware Co. 

Lawyers. 

Moody, J. N. 
Voiles, Walter. 
Wiiitaker, F. J. 
Harwood, J. H. 
Wilherspoon, D. 
Witherspoon, L. 
Dillard, J. H. 
Malone, Jim. 
Norvelle, E. B. 
Bell. M. W. 
McCall, J. H. 

Livery Stables. 
Seward, T.' J. » 

Cooper. A. L. 
Beal, L. F. 
Murphy Livery Co. 

Plumbers. 
Collett Plumbing Co. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
THE SCOUT (Weekly)— Tate Powell, Editor. 
Manufacturing Plants. 

Murphy Furniture Co. 
Woodworking Co. 

Martin Bros. (Harness and Saddles). 
Fain, R. M. (Roller Mill). 
Murphy Light & Power Co. 



L. 



ANDREWS. 

Incorporated in 1904. 
Population, 1910: 1.250. 

Value of real estate. $400,000; value of per- 
sonal property, $320,000. 

Town Officers. 

MAY'OR— N. H. Hall. 

CLERK and TREASURER— W. B. Fisher. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— D. M. Burchfleld. 

POSTMASTER— Arthur Bristol. 

R. R. & EXPRESS AGENT— C. C. Morgan. 



CHEROKEE— CHOWAN 



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Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST — First, vacant; Second, Jas, Stans- 
berry. Pastor. 
. METHODIST— Vacant. 
PRESBYTERIAN— Rev. Chedester, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— W. H. Crawford, Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
MERCHANTS AND MANUFACTURERS — 
W. P. Walker, Pres. ; J. W. Walker, Cash. 
Doctors. 
Webb, B. G. 
Tidewell, J. E. 
Morror, W. C. 
Orr, Dr. 
McKaig, F. J. 
Herbert, F. L. 



Tompson, J. W. 

Sisk, C. T. 
Jarratt, Loyd. 

Hill. T. J. 



Dentists. 
Druggists. 



Lawyers. 



General Merchants. 
Ashe, W. W. 

Silvey-Andrews Supply Co. 
Brown, J. W. (Hardware). 
Elliott, Mr. 
Padgett & Nelson. 
Reno & Smathers. 
Regan Bros. 
Fisher, W. B. 
Morrow, Mark. 
Cherokee Bargain Store. 
Owl Drug Co. 
Whisenhunt & Son. 
Cherokee Drug Co. 
Whitaker. S. D. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Williams House. 
Brysci; House. 
Hotel Russell. 
Elliott, Mrs. J. A. 



Newspapers and Editors. 
ANDREWS SUN (Weekly)— T. J. Christy 
and S. E. Bryan. Editors. 

Harness Dealers. 
Amons, Howe. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Cover & Sons (Tannery). 
Kanawha Hardwood Co. 
Cherokee Tanning Extract Plant. 

Barber Shops. 
Tatham, Pitner and Bradly. 



CULBERSON. 

Incorporated 1911. 

Population, 1913: White, 200; colored, 1; 
total, 201. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— Jno. M. McAlister. 

ALDERMEN— Ross Ellis, G. E. Dickey, J. 
W. Hyatt, J. W. Stiles, W. C. Mason. 

POSTMASTER— Jno. M. McAlister. 

R. R., EXPRESS AND TELEGRAPH MAN- 
AGER— H. B. Higginbothan. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST — G. F. Berger, Pastor. 
METHODIST— H. Grogan, Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 
PUBLIC— Leba Pasey, Prin.; Dallie An- 
derson, Asst. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Golden House. 
Patterson, J. E. 

Doctors. 
Mason, W C. 
Castell, L. R. 
Patton, S. B. 

Merchants. 
McAlister, it, R (Hardware and Furniture.) 
Dickey, G. E. 
Tilson, J. E. 
Henson, E. W. 
Hartness, E. 



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, $1,790,960; value of personal property, $1,336,253. 

Property listed in 1914, by white, $2,771,724; by negroes, $355,489. 

TAX RATE — County purposes, 19c. on the $100; State, 23 2-3c. ; schools, 22c. ; pensions, 
4c; roads, 7 l-2c, 1st township; 20c, 2nd township; 20c, 3rd township; 20c, 4th township. 

PUBLIC ROADS— Worked by taxation. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad, 32.64 miles, assessed value $424,319.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 5,499.00 

Pullman Co., assessed value 2,147.23 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. assessed value S12.90 

Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 7,677.00 

Albemarle Steam Navigation Co., assessed value 6,250.00 

Chowan Telephone Co., assessed value 1.500.00 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— March 2S, September 13, December 6. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— F. W. Hobbs, Edenton. 

SireRIFF— G. W. Goodwin, Edenton. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— R. W. Boyce, Eden- 
ton. 

TREASURER— T. E. White, Edenton. 

CORONER— T. J. Hoskins, Edenton. 

SURVEYOR— P. Matthew. Edenton. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— -J. O. Alderman, 
Edenton. 

SUPT. OF HOME— M. M. Harrell. Edenton. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— F. A. Ward, Ry- 
land; W. J. Berryman, Edenton; J. M. Fore- 
land. Tyner. 



COMMISSIONERS— Frank Wood. Z. W. 

Evans. G. H. Baker, T. E. Harrell, Wm. 
Foreland. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— W. L. Privott, E. 
J. Griffin, Chas. L. Hopkins. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

EDENTON TOWNSHIP— M. H. Dixon, M. B. 
Chappell. S. E. Morris. John, Maguire, R. W. 
Boyce. R. F. Tuttle. Edenton. 

SECOND— L. R. Bunch, E. C. Welch, W. C. 
Ward, Eyland. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Tynch, J.. Rocky Hock. 

White, G. W., Rooky Hock. 



156 CHOWAN 


COUNTY 


PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 


wonal property, $558,551. 


Parker, J. R., Tyner, Rfd. 


TAX RATE: $1.05 on the $100. 


Ward, F. A., Gliden. 


Town Officers. 


MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 


MAYOR— R. F. Tuttle. 


Ward. T. E. 


CHIEF OF POLICE— J. H. Robinson. 


Splvey, W. H., Ryland. 


i LERK— C. E. Hollowell. 


Elliott, M. S., Tyner. 


TREASURER— Charles H. Wood. 


Lane, II. E. 


TAX COLLECTOR— It. F. Cheshire. 


Bunch, T. N. 


STANDARD-KEEPER— A. T. Bush. 


l aimers' Union. 


ATTORNEY— E. G. Band 


Nixon, H. C. 


SUPT. OF HEALTH— H. M. S. Cason. 


Perry, C. W. 


POSTMASTER— W. J. Leary- 


Evans, Z. W., Tyner. 


R. R. AGENT— W. S. Harney. 


Perry, W. T., Tyner. 


EXPRESS AGENT— M. F. Bond. 


Harrell, W. L., Edenton. 


TELEGRAPH MANAGER— J. S. Tucker, 


Jordan, W. E., Edenton. 


W U. 


Morgan, I. J. 
Webb, J. B. 
Howell, J. H. 

COTTON GINS. 
Ward, A. D., Gleden. 
Forehand, A. M., Tyner, Rfd. 
Elliott, W. H., Tyner, Rfd. 
Ward, O. E., Tyner. 
Spivey, W. H., Tyner, Rfd. 
Twine. J. D., Tyner. 


TELEPHONE MANAGER— J. S. Tucker. 


Ministers and Churches. 


BAPTIST— E. L. Wells, Pastor. 
EPISCOPAL — R. B. Drane, Rector. 
METHODIST— D. P. Woodal. 
PRESBYTERIAN— F. M. Hawley. Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— R. H. Bachman, Supt. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 


Evans, Z. W., Tyner, Rfd. 


Bay View. 


Webb, C. D.. Edenton. 


Woodard House. 


Chappell, M. B.. Tyner, Rfd. 


Architects. 


Speight, W. O., Edenton. 


Muth, F. F. 


Jordan, VV. E., Edenton. 


Banks and Bankers. 


Webb, J. A., Edenton. 


THE CITIZENS BANK— H. C. Privott, Pres. ; 


Ward, N. L., Edenton. 


C. H. Wood, Cash. 


Smith, J. E., Edenton. 


BANK OF EDENTOX— Julien Wood, Pres. ; 


Powell Bros., Edenton. 


E. C. Rea, Cash. 


FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 


Brick Manufacturers. 


Brown, M. G., Edenton. 


Edenton Brick Works. 


Evans, Z. W., Tyner, Rfd. 


Bell & Tuttle. 


Nixon, H. C., Tyner, Rfd. 


Boot and Shoe Dealers. 


SAW MILLS. 


Badham Bros. 


Brown, M. G., Edenton. 


Branning Mfg. Co. 


Branning Mfg. Co., Edenton. 


Holmes, J. H., Co. 


Evans, Z. W., Tyner, Rfd. 


Elliott, T. W. 


Tyneh Bros., Tyner, Rfd. 


Lipsitz, W. 


Chappell, M. B.. Tyner, Rfd. 


Nehjam. Abdell. 


Spivey, W. H., Tyner, R. F. D. 


Woodard & Everett Co. 


Jordan, W. E., Edenton. 


Book Stores. 


PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 


Leggett, W. A. 


Bachman, R. H., Edenton. 


Mitohener, J. A. 


Jones, Daisy, Durham. 


Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 


Moore, Gertrude, Warsaw. 


Byrum & Thompson. 


Spicer, Mattie, Goldsboro. 


White, T. L. 


Gaither, Helen, Hertford. 


White. W. S. 


Coke, Louise. Edenton. 


Northcott, J. S. 


Hedrick, Beulah, Edenton. 


Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 


Hollowell, Mrs. Mary E., Tyner. 


Elliott Buggy Co. 


Layden, Aurelia, Edenton. 


Farmers Supply Co. 


Webb, John Etta, Tyner. 


Griffin, C. N. 


Bush, Annie, Tyner. 


Clubs. 


Byran, Emma, Edenton. 


Chowanoke. 


Smith, Margaret. Goldsboro. 


Cotton and Hosiery Mills. 


Taylor, Hattie, Ry. Mount. 


Edenton Cotton Mill. 


White, Bertha, Tyner. 


Confectionery Dealers. 


Fleetwood, Pattie, Edenton. 


Brothers, W. R. 


Fleetwood, Katie, Edenton. 


Hollowell, W. T. 


Fleetwood, Lenna, Edenton. 


Draper, J. W. 


Gotling, Mary L., Edenton. 


Etheridge. T. H. 


Duncan, Pearl, Edenton. 


Contractors and Builders. 


White, Mary Newby, Belvidere. 


Muth, F. F. 


Barber, Lilian, Smithfleld. 


Coal and Wood Dealers. 


Raiford, Lilly May, Belvidere. 
Bryant, Ellen, Raksquare. 
Bunch, Lilly Belle, Tyner. 
Turner, Floretta. Wilkesboro. 
McPherson, Elizabeth, Edenton. 


Edenton Ice & Cold Storage Co. 
Chamber of Commerce. 
E. J. Griffin, Pres.; R. F. Tuttle, Sec. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 


Turlington, Mamie, Clinton. 


Tuttle, R. F. 


Saunders, Martha, Tyner. 


Holmes, J. H., Co. 


Pacobs, Nellie, Tyner. 


Nehjam, A. 




Branning Co. 


EDENTON. 


Lipsitz, W. 


Incorporated in 1T40. 


Miller, H. U. 


Population. 1910: 3.026. 


Woodard & Everett Co 


Value of real estate, $644,234; value of per- 


Dentists. 


Total white and colored polls, 581. 


Griffin, E. J. 



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Druggists. 
Leggett's Drug Store. 
Mitchener, J. A. 

Doctors. 
McMultan. J. H. 
Hoskins, T. J. 
Cason, H. M. S. 
Hally, O. L. (col.) 
Hines, C. H. (col.) 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
Holmes, J. H., Co . 
Woodard & Everett Co. 
Elliott, T. W. 
Lipsitz, W. 
Nehjam, Abdell. 
Badham Bros. 

Power and Light Companies. 
Municipal. 

Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Farmers Supply Co. 
Bush & Norman. 

Fish Dealers. 
White, C. E. 
Shcpard, T. H. 
Byrum, O. C. 
White, F. W. 
Woodard, J. 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. 
Zeigler, L. F. 
Owens, Willis. 

Grocers. 
Woodard-Holmes Co. (Wholesale). 
Albemarle Grocery Co. (Wholesale). 
Brothers, W. R. 
White, W. S. 
White, F. W. 
Dail, J. C. 
Ward, .T. P., & Bro. 
Northeatt, J. S. 
Hollowell. N. J. 
Sitterson, J. C. 
Burton, E. A. 
McDonald, Philip. 
Byrum & Thompson. 
Jones, V. D. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Bond, J. C. 
Farmers Supply Co. 
Byrum Bros. 

Insurance Agents. 
McMullan J. R. 
Bond. F. M. (Fire). 
Wood, Coke & Berryman. 
Harrell, Barlow (Life). 
Privott, W. S. (Life). 
Rea, J. K. (Life). 
Harrell, Jno. 

Jewelers. 
Mizzell, H. W. 
Hopkins, C. T. 



Laundries. 

Arlington, C. S. 

Lawyers. 
Pruden, W. D. 
Pruden, ,T. N. 
Vann, C. S. 
Bond, W. M. 
Leary, W. J. 
Privott, W. S. 
McMullan, .1. II., Jr. 
Leary, Herbert T. 
Bond, E. G. 

Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers 
Branning Manufacturing Co. 
Brown, M. G. 

Machinery Dealers. 
Leary, George W. 
Leary, T. P. 
Edenton Machine Supply Co. 

Paint and Oil Dealers. 
Bond. J. C. 
Privott, H. C. 

Painters. 
Hughes, Waiter. 
Harden, John. 
Burton, Loyd. 

Produce Dealers. 
'Norman, E. S. 
Privott. H. C. 
Edenton Peanut Co. 

Plumbers. 
Causey, W. L. 
Machine & Supply Co. 
Bell, J. H. 

Piano and Organ Dealers. 
Zeigler, L. F. 
Owens. Willis. 

Building and 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. 
Zeigler, L. F. 

Wall Paper Dealers. 
Zeigler, L. F. 
Owens, Willis. 
Hobbs, H. A. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Edenton Cotton Mills. 
Branning Manufacturing Co. (Lumber). 
Edenton Peanut Co. (Cleaning Peanuts). 
Wilkes Veneer Co. 
Chowan Cotton Oil & Fertz. Co. 



Storage Co. 
Farmers Storage Co. 



CLAY COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, HAYESVILLE. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), 3.909. 
Formed in 1859. Named in honor of Henry Clay. 
AREA — 242 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $709,521; value of ptlsonal property, $246,537. 
Property listed in 1914, by whites, $944,791: by negroes, $3,794. 
NUMBER OF SCHOOLS — For whites. 15; for negroes, 1. 

TAX RATE: County purposes $1.33 2-3 on the $100: roads and bridges, 40c; special, 40c. 
County bonded debt, $15,000 Co. bonds: $75,000. R. R. bonds. 
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 12th, October 5th, for both civil and criminal terms. 



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COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— Earley Anderson 
Hayesville. 

SHERIFF— Ed. Kitchens. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— Ed. Crawford 
Hayesville, 

TREASURER— James IVnland. 

CORONER— M. D. Ledford. 

SURVEYOR— L. D. Rhinehart, Hayesville. 

si PT. OF HEALTH— J. M. Sullivan, Hcyc» 
villc. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— C T. Scroggs, Brass- 
town. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— S. H. Allisol 
(chm'n). A. D. Evans, J. A. Chambers, Hayes- 
ville. 

COMMISSIONERS— W. B. Martin, J. D. 
Smith, Ed. S. Sheaser. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— L. L. Scroggs. W 
T. Bunigarner, D. C. Moss, J. A. Chambers, 
J. I*. Hianeasu. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

HAYESVILLE— A. C. Thompson, L. C. 
Moore. 

HIAWASSEE— J. W. Sellers, Hayesville, R. 3 

SHOOTING CREEK— M. R. Penland, Robt. 
Ledford, Shooting Creek. 

TUSQUITTEE— R. S. Rolen, A. D. Sellers, 
Hayesville, R. 1. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 
BAPTIST— J. C. Burwell, Hayesville; J. T 
Piatt, Warne. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Evans, J. L., Hayesville. R. 4. 
Anderson, R .L., Ogden. 
Tiger. P. N., Shooting Creek. 
Hogsed Bros. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Palmer, J. H., Hayesville. 
Cheiry, J. P. & R. C, Hayesville. 
Penland & Brooks, Hayesville. 
Allison Bros. (Roller Mill), Elf. 

SAW MILLS. 
Tiger, P. N., Hayesville. 
Leavin, T. C. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Jones, Arthur, Shooting Creek. 
Jones, Annie, Shooting Creek. 
Jones, Bertha, Shooting Creek. 
Adams, E. L., Hayesville. 
Murray, Ed., Hayesville. 
Waldroup, Fred, Hayesville. 
Kimsey, G. W. Hayesville. 
Sullivan, Lura, Hayesville. 



Thompson, Ada, Hayesville. 
ration. Jtianita, Hayesville. 
Herbert, Edna, Hayesville. 
Penland, Ernest, Elf. 
Ray, 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. 
Thompson, Ethel, Hayesville. 
Crawford. Reba Hayesville. 
Crawford, Pauline, Hayesville. 
Hatchet, W. M., Hayesville. 
Stipe, Nannie, Hayesville. 



Craw- 



HAYESVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1859. 

Population, 1914: White, 300; colored, 12; 
total. 312. 

Value real estate, $15,000. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— Wm. H. Harrison. 

ALDERMEN— R. C. Allison. R. 

ford, J. V. Curtis. 

POSTMASTER— R. E. Crawford. 
Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— J. II. Green. 
M. E. SOUTH— None. 
M. E.— W. T. Clark. 

Schools and Academies. 
HIGH— E. L. Adams. 

Banks and Bankers. 
CLAY COUNTY BANK— W. H. McClure. 
Pres. ; G. H. Haigler. Cash. 
Doctors. 
Sullivan, J. M. 
Killian, P. B. 

General Merchants. 
Tiger, P. N. 
Swanson, J. W., & Co. 
Suoggs, John O., & Son. 
McConnell, E. V. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
McClure House. 
Commercial Hotel. 
Fain, Mrs. Julia. 

Corn and Feed Mills. 
Palmer, J. H. 

Lawyers. 
Harrison, W. H. 
Anderson, O. L. 

Insurance Agents. 
Harrison. Wm. H. 



CLEVELAND COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, SHELBY. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910). 29,494. 

Formed in 1S41. Named in honor of Colonel Benjamin Cleveland. 

AREA — 420 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $5,220,602; value of personal property, $3,232,556. 

Property listed in 1914, by whites, $8,374,449; by negroes, $193,333. 

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS— For whites, 71 ; for negroes, 23. 

TAX RATE — 92c. on the $100, exclusive of special school districts. 

PUBLIC ROADS— Number of miles, 300. The roads of No. 2 are worked by taxation; No. 
4 by bond issue, $60,000; No. 7 by bond issue, $50,000; No. 8 by taxation; No. 9 by taxa- 
tion; No. 6 by funds derived from a bond issue under control of three highway commis- 
sioners. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic and Charlotte Air Line, 8.' v 77 miles, assessed value $402,356.00 

South Carolina and Georga Extension, 24.80 miles, assessed value 124,000.00 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 21.34 miles, assessed value 602,001.00 

Lattimore Telephone Company, assessed value 525.00 

Pullman Company assessed value 1,870.00' 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 11.7S4.00 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 9,965.00 

Sharon Telephone Company, assessed value 500.00 



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Boiling Springs Telephone Company, assessed value 208.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, 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 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value C 1,109.54 

Southern Power Company, assessed value 21,923.65 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— January 4, March 22, July 26, November 1. , 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— F. L. Hoyle, Shelby. 

SHERIFF— W. D. Lackey, Shelby. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— J. J. Laitimore, 
Shelby. 

TREASURER— R. Stroup, Shelby. 

CORONER— E. L. Jenkins. Shelby. 

SURVEYOR— O. C. Thompson. Shelby. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— T. E. McBrayer, 
Shelby. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— J. Y. Irvin. Shelby. 

SUPT. OF HOME— J. C. Mull. Shelby, Rfd. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— W. L. Plonk, 
Kings Mountain; A. P. Spake, Shelby; R. S. 
Weathers, Shelby. 

COMMISSIONERS— E. C. Bordens, Shelby; 
n. T. Fulton, Kings Mountain; L. C. Pal- 
mer, Lawndale. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— O. Z. Newton, 
(chm'n), A. P. Spake, J. H. Quimi, Shelby. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

NO. 1 TOWNSHIP— W. M. Jolley, L. B. 
Scruggs, Plato Allison, Graffney, S. C, Rfd. 

NO. 2— A. M. Lovelace, Mooresboro, Rfd. ; T. 
M. Holland, O. W. Holland, Jr., Marvin Blan- 
ton, Shelby, Rfd.; A. B. Lee. R. V. Green. 

NO. 3 — H. A. Logan, Patterson Springs; H. 
Borders, Shelby, Rfd.; A. L. Borders, W. D. 
Earl, Earl. 

NO. 4— M. R. Collins. Graver; G. W. Ken- 
drick, N. F. Watterson, Forest Floyd, Kings 
Mountain. 

NO. 5— S. L. Dellinger, Waco; J. Y. Hord, 
Shelby, Rfd.; J. B. Smith, Waco. 

NO. 6— M. O. Mclntire, C. S. Craveny, S. B. 

Hamrick, T. K. Barnett, Shelby; J. M. Wil- 
son, C. A. Tucker. 

NO. 7 — Gilead Green. Mooresboro: W. B. 
Martin, Mooresboro; W. T. D. Greek, Latti- 
more. 

NO. 8— Zimri Kistler, Cleveland Mills; P. S. 
Gettys, Geo. M. Gold, Lattimore, Rfd.; Andrew 
J. Elliott, Lattimore, R. 1; J. F. Eaker, Casar. 

NO. 9— A. J. R. Hoyle, Lawndale, Rfd. ; Jos. 
G. Hoyle, Dixon Falls, Fallston; Sylvanus 
Gardner, A. F. Williams, Shelby, R. 6; J. W. 
Guger, C. Mills, R. 1. 

NO. 10— W. S. Johnson. W. M. Warlick, G. 
M. Cook. M. N. Gantt, L. Z. Huffman. Bel- 
wood, Rfd.; Jno. A. Buff, C. Mills; J. W. Al- 
wran, Belwodd, R. 1. 

NO. 11— J. A. Newton, J. C. Hull, Casar; 
M. N. Pniett, J. S. Hunt, — McNeilly. Ca- 
sar. Rfd. ; L. H. Bumgardner, Casar, R. 1 ; 
Robt. C. Fortenberry, L. H. Bumgardner, Casar, 
U. 1. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

BAPTIST— R. N. Hawkins, J. V. Devinney. 
Shelby, R. 3; J. M. Goode, Mooresboro; D. G. 
Washburn, Depew; A. H. Sims, Shelby; Wal- 
lace Mull, Camp; R. F. Newton, Casar; J. D. 
Bridgers, Lattimore, Rfd. ; A. C. Irvin, Shelby, 
R. 5. 

METHODIST— W. V. Hunicutt. Belwood ; 
E. G. Kilgore. El Bethel; D. F. Carver, Kings 
Mountain; W. M. Boring, Polkville. 

METHODIST PROTESTANT— Mr. Reed. 
Fallston. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

FALLSTON HIGH— Samuel Oattis, Prin., 

BOILING SPRINGS HIGH— J. W. Francis, 
Prin., Shelby, R. 3. 

LATTIMORE HIGH— J. B. Philbeck. 



PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Wood, W. J., Shelby, R. 3. 
Champion, C. O., Mooresboro. 
Falls, O. G., Kings Mountain. 
McKay, J. L., Kings Mountain. 
Hoard, J. C., Kings Mountain. 
Aydlette, J. P., Earl. 
Evans, G. T., Waco. 
Gold. G. M., Polkville. 
Palmer, V. J., Polkville. 
Self, L. L., Cleveland Mills. 
Alwran, J. W., Belwood, Rfd. 
Grigg, W. T. , Lawndale. 
Gold, T. B.. Lawndale. 
Fallston, E. A., Houser. 
Lee, L. V., Lattimore. 
Oates. Geo.. Grover. 
Hunt, J. F., Casar. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

DePriest. A. B. C, Polkville. 

Jenkins & Walker, Lattimore, R. 1. 

Hamrick, C. J., & Son, Boiling Springs. 

Thomason, Val., Stice. 

Rettis- Austell Co.. Earl. 

Keeter, D. J., & Co., Grover. 

Roberts, J. M., & Co., Patterson Springs. 

Lutz, E. H, & Co., Fallston. 

Lowery, T. H., & Co., Paterson Springs. 

Wolf, W. I. Fancy. 

Queen, J. A., Shelby, R. 3. 

Mauney-Green & Co., Shelby, Rfd. 

McSwain, B. F., Beattyville. 

Double Shoals Cotton Mill?, Double Shoals. 

Cleveland Cotton Mills, Cleveland Mills. 

Cleveland Cotton Mills. Lawndale. 

Wortman, Chas. A., Casar. 

Morrison, W. J.. Holly Bush. 

Crow, Pink. Knob Creek. 

The Gantt Harness Co., Belwood. 

Peeler & Warlick, Belwood. 

Gettys, P. S., Lawndale. 

Gantt, W. A.. Fallston. 

Stanley, Bros., Fallston. 

Weaver, F. B., & Co., Rockdale. 

Brittain, C. A., Casar. 

Ledford, J. M., Cleveland Mills, R. 1. 

DePriest, B. B.. New House. 

Self. C. L., Lawndale. 

Leary, J. L., Lawndale. 

Caldwell, M. P.. Lawndale. 

Edwards Bros., Lawndale. 

COTTON GINS. 

Patterson Ginning Co., Patterson Springs. 

Mooresboro Cotton Oil Co. 

Verner Oil Co., Shelby. R. 3. 

Cleveland Gin Co., Shelby, R. 3. 

Ledbetter & Hamrick, Sharon. 

Putnam, J. D., Waco. 

Hord & Sn, Wac. 

Randall. S. D., Stice. 

Earle, W. D.. & Co., Earl. 

Plonk. W. L., Kings Mountain. 

Wilson. D. O. & W. W., Shelby, R. 1. 

Spurlin, Geo., Shelby, R. 6. 

Doggett & Co., Beattyville. 

Beam, J. C, Lattimore. 

McSwain, G. W. & J. D . Darfei, 

Verner Oil Co. New House. 

Verner Oil Co., Polkville. 

Warlick, S. M., & C, Casar. 

Double Shoals Cotton Mills. Double Shoals. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Lawndale. 

Lackey, W. D., Fallston. 



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Banner Mill Co., Beams Mill. 
Boggs, N. E., & Co, Belwood. 
Falls & Mull. Knob Oeek. 
Devinney & Price, Hodge. 
Logan & Co., H<>>! <■ 
Stroup, J. B.. Fallston. 
Verner Oil Co., Lattimore. 
Putnam, C. B., Shelby, K. 3. 
Putnam, T. D., Waco. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Eagle Roller Mill. Shelby. 
Blanton Bros., Shelby, K. 3. 
Mauney, M. M.. Camp Call. 
Ware, J. A., Kings Mountain. 
Pearl Milling Co., Lawndale. 
Whisnant. P. M., Holly Bush. 
Fallston Roller Mill Co., Fallston. 
Banner Mill Co., Beams Mill. 
Double Shoals Roller Mills. Double Shoals. 
Buffalo Roller Mill. Belwood. 
Karl. W. D.. Earl. 
Patterson, J. R., Grover. 
Lowerv, Abbot. Crocker. 
Spurlin, Geo. E., Shelby, R. 6. 
Beam, J. C, Lattimore. 
Jones, H. F., Lawndale. 
Smith, L. L., Sharon. 
Hoyle Mill Co. 
Wright & Son, Shelby. 
Cabiness Bros., Shelby, R. 5. 
SAW MILLS. 
Hamriek, J. T., Metal. 
Harrick, 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, Rfd. 
Simmons, G. H., Pearl. 
McBrayer & Beason, Mooresboro. 
Klmore, A. E., Shade. 
Boggs, N. E., & Co., Belwood. 
Young Bros., Knob Creek. 
Carpenter & Mull. Knob Creek. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Ellis. B. M.. Mooresboro, R.2. 
Cornwall, Laura, Shelby. R. 5. 
Philbeck, J. B., Mooresboro. 
Raburn, Lola, Lattimore. 
Elliote, Susan, Lawndale, R. 1. 
Fortenberry, Minnie. Cleveland Mills. R. 1. 
Mosteller, Rufus, Gaffney, S. C, R. 9. 
Jollv. Floyd, Gaffney, S. C, R. 9. 
Jolly, J. F., Ellenboro, R. 1. 
Romsoy, F. C, Ellenboro. R. 1. 
Ellis, B. M. , Mooresboro. 
Green, A. V., Mooresboro. 
Lottimore, Soin, Shelby, R. 3. 
Ledbetter, Mrs., Shelby, R. 3. 
Hopper, Davie, Shelby, R. 3. 
Lovelace, D. S., Shelby, R. 3. 
Coloness, Blanch, Shelby, R. 3. 
Bearton, Hudson. Mrs., Shelby, R. 2. 
Tucker, Kate, Shelby, R. 2. 
Green. Ruth, Shelby, R. 2. 
Borders, Leola, Shelby, R .2. 
Harrill, Essie, Shelby, R. 2. 
Bettis, Katherlin, Shelby, R. 2. 
Lonton, Blanton, Earl. 
Bell, Clayton, Earl. 
Bechtler, Lois, Earl. 

Pulnam, W. D., Blacksburg, S. C, R. 7. 
Dixon, Edna. Shelby, R. 7. 
Bostic, Buna, Shelby, R. 7. 
Blanton, Florence, Shelby, R. 2. 
Torney, J. C, Shelby, R. 7. 
Campe, J .C, Grover, R. 2. 
Austell, Mike, Earl. 

Lottimore, Lucy, Kings Mountain, R. 5. 
Poston, Lucile, Kings Mountain, R. 5. 
Humpkins, Georgia. Kings Mountain. R. 2. 
Blanton, Madze, Kings Mountain, R. 2. 



White. M. I... Kings Mountain, R. 2. 

Sipe, Grace, Kings Mountain, R. 5. 

Todg, R. A.. Kings Mountain. 

Sledgs, Crawford, Mrs., Kings Mountain. 

Seapough, Mollie, Kings Mountain. 

Camp, Annie, Kings Mountain. 

Mi ns, Loura, Kings Mountain. 

Simonton, Bessie, Kings Mountain. 

Simonton, Martha, Kings Mountain. 

Provener, Kate. Kings Mountain. 

Jones, Pearl, Kings Mountain. 

Hicks, Pearl, Kings Mountain. 

Shipman, Lola, Kings Mountain, R. 1. 

Harmon, Edna. Kings Mountain, R. 1. 

Lurryston, Neldoma, Grover. 

Nelson, Mary, Grover. 

Fiasco, Willie, Grover. 

Bell, Laura, Grover. 

Hood. Lula, Kings Mountain, R. 1. 

Dawdson, Ethel, Kings Mountain, R. 1. 

Mullonex, B. T.. Shelby, R. 1. 

Hood, Minnie, Shelby, R. 1. 

Ivers, Delia, Shelby, R. 1. 

Black, Free Love, Shelby, R. 1. 

Erwin, Clyde, Waco. 

Brown, Aulra. Cherryville, R. 2. 

Mills, Irvin, Naco. 

Hood, Morgin. Naco. 

Beam, Ina. Naco. 

Stuart, Ruth, Naco. 

Harreison, Boyd, Shelby, R. 1. 

Millions, Carrie, Shelby, R 1. 
Stroup, J. W., Cherryville. 
Hoard, Ferrell, Cherryville, R. 2. 
Honerton, R. T., Shelby. 
Turner, Mary Adelaide, Shelby. 
Jordan, Bessie. 
Baker, Leon, Shelby. 
Hunter, Essie, Shelby. 
Nells, Selma, Shelby. 
Lowery, Hattie, Shelby. 
Frasier, Maud, Shelby. 
Holloway, Pearl, Shelby. 
Ramseur, Walter, Mrs.. Shelby. 
Hardy, Mary, Shelby. 
Jellon, Mabel, Shelby. 
McKroyer, Agness, Shelby. 
Dellinger, S. L., Shelby, R. 1. 
Bearm, Marie, Shelby. 
Boon, Alline. Shelby, R. 6. 

Henden. Kate, Shelby, R. 7. 
Falls, Kimmer, Mrs.. Shelby, R. 7. 
Deadmond. Beulah, Shelby, R. 1. 
Turner, M. L., Shelby, R. 6. 
Poston. Mabel, Shelby, R. 6. 
Cornwell, Pearl, Shelby, R. 5 . 
Nelson, Onmr, Shelby, R. 5. 
Huskie, K. O., Shelby. 
Tulls, Birdie Lee, Shelby. 
Andrews, Ruth, Shelby. 
Andrews, Sue, Shelby. 
Miller, Lonra Buslon, Shelby. 
Abemathy, Bessie, Shelby, R. 4. 
Cabarrus, Lizzie, Shelby, R. 4. 
Hopper, Davie, Shelby, R. 4. 
Philleck, E. G., Shelby, R. 4. 
Lottimore, Edna, Shelby, R. 4. 
Covington, Vindie, Shelby, R. 4. 
Champion. G. C. Mrs., Shelby, R. 4. 
Elliott, Lottie, Lattimore, R. 1. 
Elliott, Leon, Lattimore, R. 1. 
Allen, J. T., Mooresboro. 
Woodson, Lottie, Mooresboro. 
Harrill. Annie Bell. Mooresboro. 
Phillock, J. B., Lattimore. 
Truelock, Dasie, Lattimore. 
Code, Bettie Lee. Lattimore. 
Hormick, Lucy, Lattimore. 
Robeson, Lola, Lattimore, R. 1. 
Stuckton, Ethel, Lattimore, R. 1. 
Eskridge. J. D., Lattimore. 
Eskridge, J. D., Mrs., Lattimore. 
Hoard, Zena, Lawndale. 
Simmons, Kate, Lawndale, R. 1. 



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Whlsmont, Perry, Lawndale. 


Banks and Bankers. 




Elliott, Susan 0., Lawndale, R. 1. 


FIRST NATIONAL— Chas. C. Blanton, 




Elliott, Norah, Lawndale, R. 1. 


Pres. ; Geo. Blanton, Cash. 




White, Pearl, Lattimore, R. 1. 


SHELBY NATIONAL— J. T. Bowman, Pres.; 




White, W. E., Lawndale, R. 3. 


J. R. Moore, Jr., Cash. 




Murry, Maggie, Lawndale, R. 3. 


Bakers. 




Lattimore, V. B., Lawndale, R. 1. 


Bost, L. C. 




Lattimore, Claude, Lattimore, R. 1. 


Brick Manufacturers. 




Robeson, Kansas, Lattimore, R. 1. 


Kendrick, N. B.. 




Grigg, Maud, Lawndale, R. 1. 


Book Stores. 




McMurry, Bessie, Lawndale. R. 1. 


Ebeltoft, T. W. 




Goode, L. L., Lawndale, R. 3. 


Gillespie, S. L. 




Craig, Charity, Shelby, R. 6. 


Butchers and Dealers In Cattle. 




Hormiek, Eloine, Shelby, R. 6. 


Hicks, C. D. 




Rollins, W. A., Bellwood. 


Wellmon, E. A. 




Elom, Frank, Bellwood. 


Beam, D. A. & Son. 




Nelson, Belle, Lawndale. 
Gregg, Flossie, Lawndale. 


Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 




Lockey, Florence, Mrs., Lawndale. 


Lineberger, J. D., & Son. 




Nellions, Leonard, Shelby, R. 6. 


Ford, O. E. 




Way, Ada, Shelby, R. 6. 


Commission Merchants. 




Cornwall, Laura, Shelby, R. 6. 


Shull & Beam. 




Green, Mary, Shelby, R. 6. 


Arey, W. J. 




Gelbys, S. C, Fallston. 


Blanton, Ceph. 




Dixon, Frankie, Fallston. 


Cotton and Hosiery Mills. 




Lackey, Lollie, Mrs.. Fallston. 


Shelby Cotton Mills. 




Webber, A. B., Bellwood, R. 1. 


Belmont. 




Bingham, Hattie, Bellwood, R. 1. 


Ella. 




Bumgardner, Renna, Bellwood, R. 1. 


Lilly. 




Mull, B. M., Cleveland Mills, R. 1. 


Contractors and Builders. 




Mills, Annie, Cleveland Mills, R. 1. 


Thompson -Branton. 




Bumgardner, A. P., Casar, R. 1. 


Costner, V. A. 




Iloyle, W. B., Casar, R. 1. 


Hendrick & Kennedy. 




Eaker, — . — ., Casar. 


Webb, J. T. 




Falls, Lura, Carar. 


Branton, J. W. 




Falls, Charlotte, Casar. 


Coal and Wood Dealers. 




Johnson, J. L. , Casar, R. 1. 


Miller. W. H. 




Green, Sue, Casar, R. 1. 


Shelby lee & Fuel Co. 




Farbenbury, Minnie, Cleveland Mills, R. 1. 


Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 




Gerdry, Virgil, Shelby, R. 6. 


Kendall, K. 




Morris, Cora, Shelby, R. 1. 


McBrayer, Evans E. 

Cotton Gins. 








SHELBY. 


Southern Cotton Oil Co. 




Population, 1910: 3,127. 


Dentists. 




White polls, 324; colored polls, 52. 


Osborne, J. R. 




Value of real estate, $1,279,294. 


Ware, R. E. 




TAX RATE: $1.4S on the $100. 


Grigg, T. O. 
Grigg, M. W. 




Bonded debt, $150,000. 




Town Officers. 


Druggists. 
Cleveland Drug Co. 




MAYOR— J. C. Smith. 


Kendall, H. E. 




CHIEF OF POLICE— H. W. Jetton. 


Sloop Drug Co. 




CLERK— Geo. P. Webb. 


Webb. T. Paul. 




TREASURER— H. D. Wilson. 


Doctors 




TAX COLECTOR— H. W. Jetton. 


Royster, S. S. 




ATTORNEYS— Webb & Mull. 


Hamrick, T. G. 




POSTMASTER— B. A. Baber. 


Ellis, R. C. 




R. R. AGENTS— J. R. Morris, S. A. L., C. 


Palmer, B. H. 




C. & O., Lawndale R. ; L. E. Ligon, Southern. 


Mitchell, W. F. 




EXPRESS AGENT— A. R. Forbes. 


Lattimore, E. B. 




TELEGRAPH MANAGER— J. M. Shannon- 


Beam, J. F. 




house, W. U. 


Dry Goods and Notions. 




TELEPHONE MANAGER— W. G. Spake, 


Campbell, R. E. 




Piedmont Telp. & Tel. 


Blanton, S. M., & Co. 
Boyles 10c Store. 




Ministers and Churches. 


Red Front Store. 




BAPTIST— L. W. Swope and John W. Suttle, 


Hendrick, F. V. 




Pastors. 


Nix. W. B. 




METHODIST— Presiding Elder. J. R. 


Whisnant, W. C. 




Scruggs; Central, W. E. Abernethy, Pastor; 


Suttle, The J. L., Co. 




Lafayette Street, A. J. Burris. 


McMurry & Hull. 




PRESBYTERIAN— J. T. D. Bateman, Pastor 


Blanton, S. M. 




EPISCOPAL— J. B. Sill, Rector. 


Wray-Nix Co. 




METHODIST PROTESTANT— E. C. Raper, 


Blanton, A. B. 




I'astor. 


Power and Light Companies. 




Schools and Academies. 


Shelby Electric Light & Power Co. 




GRADED— R. T. Howerton, Supt. 


Southern Power Co. 




Hotels and Boarding Houses. 


Lily Mill & Power Co. 




Central Hotel. 


Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 




Commercial Hotel. 


Ford, O. E. 




Davis J. M. 


Southern Coton Oil Co. 




Elliot, T. E. 


McMurry, J. J. & Son. 




Baber, B. A. 


Lattimore, C. M. 




Lineberger, Mrs. Alice. 


Beam, D. A. 





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Fish and Oyster Dealers. 
Suttle, J. L., Co. 
Lackey, .1. Lawrence. 
Webb, .1. E. 
Dellinger. .1. X. 

Foundries and Iron Works. 
Shelby Foundry & Machine Shops. 
Piedmont Mfg. Co. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Best Furniture Co. 
Grigg, Millard A. 
Elam, Orlando. 

Grocers. 
Saunders, W. L. 
Roberts Bros. 

Blanton, A.. Grocery Co. (Wholesale). 
Palmer, W. B., & Sons. 
Ilopper, Maj. 
Webb, .1. E. 
Lackey, J. Lawrence. 
Arney, W. T., Son & Co. (Wholesale). 
Caveney, C. S., & Co. 
Washburn, J. M. 
Dellinger, J. X. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Oeer-Keeter Hardware Co. 
Farmers Hardware Co. 

Hospitals. 
Dr. Hamricks'. 

insurance Agents. 
Boberts, Geo. 
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 
Webb, C. R. 
Bowman, T. J. 
Miller, A. C. 

Wilson, IT. D., (Fire and Life). 
Shelby Insurance & Bealty Co. 
Woodson, C. .T. 
Bedford, Farris. 

Jewelers. 
Hamrick, T. W. 

Laundries. 
Shelby Steam Laundry. 

Lawyers. 
Falls, B. T. 
Xewton, D. Z. 
Webb ^ Mull. 
O. Mux & Gardner. 
Kyhurn & Hoey. 
McBrayer, C. B. 
Quinn, Mamrick & McRarie. 
Livery Stables. 
King & Hoey. 
Doggett, C. R. 
Blanton, W. H. 
King, W. I'. 

Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 
Thompson-Branton Co., The. 
Marble Works. 
Shelby Marble Works. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
CLEVELAXD STAR (Semi-Weekly)— Lee B. 
Weathers, Editor. 

THE HIGHLAXDER (Semi-Weekly)— B. H. 
DePriest, Editor. 

Building and Loan Associations. 
Shelby & Cleveland Co. B. & L. Association. 
Shelby B. & L. Association. 

Paint and Oil Dealers. 
Beam, E. M. 



Painters. 



Webb, Paul. 
Kendall, H. E. 

Decker, W. S. 
Mode, R. L. 
MeSwain, Hicks. 
Hyder, H. L. 

Plumbers. 
Dudley, J. G. 
Long, C. B. 

Piano and Organ Dealers. 
Gillespie, S. L. 
Pendleton, W. A. 



Photographers. 
Ellis, Forest. 

Printing Offices. 
The Highlander Press. 
Star Printing Co. 
Murry, J. B. 

Real Estate Agents. 
Anthony & Spangler. 
Wilson, J. A. 

Shingle Dealers. 
Lineberger, J. D., & Son. 
Thompson-Branton Sons & Co. 
Arey, W. .1. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Grigg, M. A. 
Elam Orlando. 

Veterinary Surgeons. 
Gidney & Bell. 
Lattimore, .1. J. 

Wall Paper Dealers. 
Hyder, H. L. 
Mode, R. L. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Piedmont Mfg. Co. (Founders & Machinists). 
Shelby Creamery. 
Shelby Ice & Fuel Co. (Ice). 
Eagle Roller Mills. 
Coca-Cola Bottling Works. 
Southern Cotton Oil Co. 
Shelby Concrete Co. 



KINGS MOUNTAIN. 

Population, 1910: 2,218. 

White Polls, 375: colored polls, 75. 

Value real estate, $1,600,000; value of per- 
sonal property, $510,000. 

TAX RATE: $1.10 on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $60,000; floating debt, $10,000. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— A. E. Cline. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— J. H. Fisher. 

CLERK— W. H. McGinnis. 

TREASURER— W. H. McGinnis. 

TAX COLLECTOR— J. H. Fisher. 

ATTORXEY— E. L. Campbell. 

POSTMASTER— Hunter Patterson. 

R. R. AXD EXPRESS AGEXT— J. H. 
Thompson. 

TELEPHONE MAXAGER— Marshal Heavner 

TELEGRAPH MANAGER— G. E. Modena. 
Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— Rev. Miller. 

LUTHERAN— C. K. Bell, Pastor. 

MIOTHODIST— M. B. Clegg, Pastor. 

PRESBYTERIAN— C. L. Bragaw. 

A. R. PRESBYTERIAN . Kerr, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 

GRADED. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Mauntain Veiw Hotel. 

Highland Hotel. 

Banks and Bankers. 

FIRST NATIONAL— W. A. Mauney, Pres. ; 
R. L. Mauney, Cash. 

KIXGS MOUXTAIX— F. Dilling, Pres.; W. 
S. Dilling, Cash. 

PEOPLE'S LOAX & TRUST CO.— J. O. 
Plonk, Pres. ; M. E. Herndon, Cash. 

Brick Manufacturers. 
Mauney & Falls. 
Carpenter & McGill. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
Mauney Bros. 
Kiser & Mauney. 
Plonk Bros. 
Fulton, W. P. 
Carpenter & McGill. 

Book Stores. 
Plonk & Bros. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 
Falls, J. O. 
Bumgardner, J. C. & Co. 



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Carriage Manufacturers and Dealers. 
Baker, D. M., & Co. 
Kiser & Mauney. 
Planters Hardware Co. 
Mauney, W. A., & Bro. 

Building and Loan Association. 

Kings Mountain B. & L. Association. 

Clubs. 
Kings Mountain Progressive Association. 

Cotton and Hosiery Mills. 
Dilling Cotton Mill. 
Kings Mountain Manufacturing Co. 
Klotho, Bonnie, Phoenix, Cora and Sevier 
Cotton Mills. 

Confectionery Dealers. 
Thomas, John. 

Contractors and Builders. 
Palls, C. B. 
Ramsaur Lee. 
Goforth, Kelly. 
Garrette, J. H. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 
Plonk & Bros. 
Mauney & Bro. 
Pulton, W. P. 
Carpenter & Bros. 
Kiser & Mauney. 

Cotton Gins. 
Kings Mountain Ginnery. 
Kings Mountain Cotton Seed Oil Co. 

Dentists. 
Baker, L. P. 

Druggists. 
Barnes-Finger Drug Co. 
Mauney Drug Co. 

Doctors. 
Hord. J. G. 
Falls, Oliver. 
Hood, J. S. 
Anthony, J. E. 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
Fulton, W. P. 
Mauney, W. A., & Bro. 
Plonk &■ Bros. 
Kiser & Mauney. 
Carpenter & McGill. 

Power and Light Companies. 

Southern Power Co. 

Fruit Dealers. 
Thomas, John. 

Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Kiser & Mauney. 
Patterson Grocery Co. 
Mauney & Bro. 
Plonk Bros. 

Fish and Oysters. 
Bumgardner & Crawford. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Fulton, H. T. 

Grocers. 
Patterson & Co. 
Mauney & Bro. 
Wilson, J. T. 
Carpenter & McGill. 
Plonk Bros. 
Kings Mountain Grocery Co. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Baker, D. M., & Co. 
Planters Hardware Co. 

Insurance Agents. 
Campbell, E. L. (Fire and Life). 
Herndon, M. E. (Fire and Life). 
Hay, P. R. (Fire.) 
Crouse, S. McMillon, A. N. 



Roddock, W. O. 

McMillan, N. F. 
Campbell, E. L. 



Jewelers.. 



Lawyers. 



Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 

Kiser Lumber Co. 

Paint and Oil Dealers. 
Baker, D. M., & Co. 
Planters Hardware Co. 
Mauney & Bros. 

Painters. 
Harmon, William. 
Abbott, Ed. 
Docker, J. H. 

Produce Dealers. 
Watterson, N. F. 
Patterson Grocery Co. 
Plonk Bros. 
Kiser & Mauney. 

Piano and Organ Dealers. 
Fulton, H. T. 

Real Estate Agents. 
Patterson & Fails. 

Shingle Dealers. 
Kiser Lumber Co. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Fulton, H. T. 

Wall Paper Dealers. 
Abbott, Ed. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD (Weekly)- 
G. G. Page, Editor. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Door and Sash Factory. 
Ice Plant. 

Hay and Grain. 
Dilling, W. S., & Co. 

General Merchandise. 
Cora Mill Store. 
Phoenix Mill Store. 
Dilling Mill Store. 
Kings Mountain Mfg. Co. 
Klotho Mill Store. 
Bonnie Mill Store. 

Livery and Feed Stables. 
Neal, L. F. 
Richardson, C. W. 
Floyd & Plank (Trade Stable. 



LATTIMORE. 

Incorporated in 1899. 

Population, 1910: White, 260; colored, 25; 
total, 285. 

Value real estate. $G5 000; value of per- 
sonal property, $60,000. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— W. T. D. Green. 

POSTMASTER— B. II. Blanton. 

R. R. AGENTS— J. B. Lattimore, S. A. L. ; 
H. L. Hamrick, Southern. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— G. W. Lovelace, 
W. U. 

Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST — D. G. Washburn, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
HIGH— J. B. Philbeck, Prill. 

Doctors. 
Lee, L. V. 

General Merchandise. 
Price, O. D. 
Hamrick Bros & Co. 
Blanton, B. H. 
Hawkins, J. T. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Hotel Hamrick. 
Hotel Bridges. 

Livery Stables. 
Stockton, G. W. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Verner Oil Co. (Cotton Seed Oil.) 
Pink Mfg. Co. (Jute Bagging.) 

Garages. 
Lathmore Garage (Roy G. Stockton. 
Lathmore Garage (Roy G. Stockton. Prop) 



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LAWNDALE. 

Incorporated in 1903. 

Population, 1910: White. 507; colored, 55: 
total, 562. 

Value of real estate, $6fi,060; value of per- 
sonal property, $305,840. 

Town Officers. 
M IYQR — Carme Elam. 
POSTMASTER T. A. Phillick. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— H. A. Cuin. 
Ct.FRK- (' I). Forney. 
TREASURER— C. D. Forney. 
11. R. AGENT— P. F. Richards. 
EXPRESS AGENT— P. F. Richards. 

Ministers and Churches. 
B M'TIST — No resident pastor. 
METHODIST— No resident pastor. 
MKTILODIST PROTESTANT— No resident 
pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
PIEDMONT HIGH— W. D. Burns, Prin. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
I.awndale Hotel. 
Harrelson, Mrs. J. H. 

Druggists. 
Grigg, W. T. 

Doctors. 
Grigg, W. T. 

General Merchants. 
Cleveland Mill & Power Co. 
Richards, W. E. 
Cardell, M. P. 
Leary. J. L. 
Edwards Bros. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Cleveland Mill & Power Co. (Cotton Mill). 
Lawndale Railway & Industrial Co. (Rail- 
road.) 

MOORESBORO. 

Incorporated in 18S5. 

Population, 1910: White. 200; colored, 30; 
total, 230. 

Value real estate, $23,893; value personal 
property, $40,306. 

TAX RATE— 20c on the $100. 

Town Officers 
MAYOR— O. F. Hill. 
TOSTMASTER— S. Q. McCraw. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— Beulah Scoggins. 
R. R. AGENT— H. C. Burrus, Southern Rail- 
way. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— John W. Suttle, Pastor. 
PRESBYTERIAN— Rev. Carson. 
Schools and Academies. 
HIGH SCHOOL. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF MOORESBORO— J. B. Blanton, 
Pres. ; Y. L. McCardwell, Cash. 
Doctors. 
Gibbs E. W. 
Champion, C. O. 

Druggists. 
Gibbs. E. W. 
ChaMpbell, C. O. 

General Merchandise. 
Blanton, J. B. 
Lovelace, V. B. 
McBrayer, D. B., & Son. 
Martin & Martin. 

Cotton-Seed Oil Mills. 
Mooresboro Cotton Oil Co. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Beam, M. L. 
McBrayer, C. C. 

Livery Stables. 
Hicks, Z. V. 

Insurance Agents. 
McCardwell, Y. L. 

Creamery. 
Mooresboro Co-operative Creamery Co. (O. 
F. Hill, Manager). 



WACO. 

Incorporated in 190C. 

Population, 1914: White 240; colored, 60. 
total, 300. 

S. A. L. Railway, $28,217; Telephone and 
Telegraph Co., $350. 

Value real estate $27,552; value personal 
property, $2S.936. 

TAX RATIO— 25c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— .T. Y. Hord. 
POSTMASTER— C. C. Beam. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— C. L. Barrett. 
R. R. AGENT— C. S. Putnam, S. A. L. 

Ministers and Churches. 
PRESBYTERIAN— Rev. Miller. 
BAPTIST — C. M. Robinson, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
HIGH— Ivy Willis, Prln. 

Banks and Bankers. 
PEOPLE'S BANK— A. W. Black, Pres.; W. 
V. Smith, Cash. 

Doctors. 
Little, A. L. 

General Merchandise. 

Moss & Whitworth. 
Black, A. W. 
Stroup, D. B. 
Putnam. B. A.. & Son. 
Beam Bros. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Patnam, T. D. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Hord, J. Y., & Sons. 

Cotton Gins. 
Hord. J. Y., & Sons. 
Putnam, T. D. 



GROVER. 

Incorporated in 1885. 

Population, 1914: White, 240; colored, 60; 
total, 300. 

Value of real estate $34,650; value of per- 
sonal property, $51,995 

TAX RATE: 10c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— J. L. Herndon. 
POSTMASTER— Mrs. Cora Borders. 
R. R. AGENT — L. C. Hamrick, Southern. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— L. C. Hamrick. 

Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— Rev. Miller. 
PRESBYTERIAN— Rev. Beatman. 

Schools and Academies 
HIGH— Meldona Livingston, Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
THE BANK OF GROVER— M. A. Turner, 
Pres. 

Doctors. 
Oates, Geo. 

Insurance Agents. 
Turner, M. A. (Fire and Life). 
General Merchants. 
Ellis, R. C. 
Hambright, C. F., & Co. 

Grocers. 
Mullinax Co. 
Turner, M. W. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Wylie, Loyd. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 
Mullinax Co. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Harry, C. F. (Table Factory, Saw Mill). 
Bookout, D. J. (Woodworking, Blacksmith 
Shop and Grist Mill). 



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COLUMBUS COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, WHITEVILLE. 



POPULATION: (Census 1910), 2S,020. 

Formed In 1808. Named in honor of Christopher Columbus. 

AREA — 750 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $4,260,061; value of personal property, $2,484,822. 

Property listed in 1912, by whites, $5,864 760 ; by negroes, $518,227. 

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS— For whites, 91; for negroes, 39. 

TAX RATE — County purposes, 19c. on the $100. 

PUBLIC ROADS: Number of miles, 1,200. Worked by convicts and State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Pullman Company, assessed value $ 13,247.00 

Atlantic Cost Line Railway, 75.62 miles, assessed value 2,547.955.00 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 8.90 miles, assessd value 251,136.01) 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 12,692.00 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessed valy, assessed value 22.783.00 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Compane 12,159.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed valu 536.00 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— January 25, February 15, April 19, August 30, November 22 
(civil), December 20. 



Koonce, Chad- 
Brown, Chad- 



Whiteville; 

B. Coun- 
R. E. L. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— L. W. Stanley, White- 
ville. 

SHERIFF — J. T. Best, Whiteville. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— A. W. Baldwin, 
Whiteville. 

TREASURER — T. E. Bardin, Cerro Gordo. 

CORONER— Dr. S- A. Smith, Bolton. 

SURVEYOR— C. I. Ross, Old Dock. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— G. S. Cox, Tabor. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— F. T. Wooten, Chad- 
bourn. 

SUPT. OF HOME — Jeff L. Powell, White- 
ville. 

COUNTY COURT— C. D 
bourn. 

COUNTY ATTY.— E. G. 
bourn. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— A. H. Porter, 
Whiteville. R. 1 ; J. M. Smith, 
Minos Meares, Tabor. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS— K. 
cil, Wananish; J. B. Cox, Dothan 
Brown, Chadbourn. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— W. S. McDaniel, 
Whiteville; A. A. Williams, Clarendon; William 
Struthers, Grists. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

BOGUE TOWNSHIP— Bruce Pierce, G. M. 
Rushing, C. J. Frink. 

BUG HILL — J. P. Butler, J. B. Cox, Dothan; 
G. L. Holmes, J. N. Hardwick, Pireway. 

CHADBOURN— W. S. Frink, S. P. Ward, 
E. T. Usher, J. T. Blake, Chadbourn. 

FAIR BLUFF— E. M. Worley, Wm. Strick- 
land, J. B. High, Cerro Gordo; Elihu Mul- 
drow, C. W. Shelley, Fair Bluff. 

LEES — B. A. Marlow, Hosea Simmons, Old 
Dock; D. J. Jolly, R. V. White. 

WACCAMAW— Q. J. Holmes, Wananish. 

RANSOM— S. B. King, Armour; B. F. Apple- 
white, L. R. Hobbs, A. H. Lennon, New Berlin; 
J. H. Wells, J. L. Lennons, T. W. Apple- 
white. 

SOUTH WILLIAMS— S. H. Boswell, W. C. 
Graham, F. C. Wright, E. C. Watts, W. J. 
Purvis, Tabor; B. M. Fowler. 

TATUMS— J. E. Porter, B. F. Nance, 
Chadbourn; A. M. Benton, Evergreen; Q. C. 
Fields, Boardman; D. F. Kelly, Evergreen. 

WELCHE'S CKEEK— James M. Brown, 'J. L. 
McKay, J. M. Smith, H. S. High, J. O. Powell, 
R. 11. Shipman, Whiteville; D. C. High. 

WESTERN PRONG — W. D. Wooten, W. J. 
Baldwin. J. T. Wooten, Clarkton. 

WHITEVILLE— E. L. Baldwin, E. A. Maults- 
by, J. C. Hooks, A. W. Buuffkin. H. C. 
Moffitt, Whiteville; Luther M. McClam, W. H. 
Phillips, Vineland. 



WILLIAMS— J. J. Williams, J. W. Jor- 
dan, J. K. Harper, W. J. McPherson, C. H. 
Harrelson, Clarendon. 

BOLTON— A. T. Clark Crandall Brown, J. 
D. Strauss, Daniel W. Merritt, Geo. G. Wharton, 
Bolton. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

BAPTIST — J. T. Tyner, Evergreen; A. H. 
Porter, Whiteville; G. W. Stanley, Mollie. 

METHODIST J. M. Marlow. Old Dock 
MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Page, F. D., Cerro Gordo. 

Butler, J. G., Pireway. 

Dothan Merchandise Co., Dothan. 

Gore, J. K. Pireway. 

Wooten, W. D. Prong. 

Soles, C. M-, Iron Hill. 

Suggs, C. W., Old Dock. 

Smith, M. B., Bug Hill. 

Stanley, J. C, Roseland. 

Butler, J. F., Jr., Bug Hill. 

Long, Morris, Bug Hill. 

Harrelson & Co., Old Dock. 

Smith, M. B., Bus Hill. 

Smith, J. M., Whiteville. 

COTTON GINS. 

Powell, C. D.. Whiteville, R. 1. 

Roberts, W. H.. Tabor. 

Brown, R. E. L. , Chadbourn. 

J. D. Maultsby, Vineland. 

The Cotton Ginning Co., Vineland. 

Williamson & Nance, Cerro Gordo. 

Smith, J. M.. & Co., Whiteville, Rfd. 

Pierce & Co., Hallsboro. 

Benton, A. M. 

Fair Bluff Ginning Co. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Blanton, Alberta, Cerro Gordo. 
Edwards, Sallie O., Cerro Gordo. 
Griffin, Kate, Cerro Gordo. 
Griffin, Jessie, Cerro, Gordo. 
Williamson, Bertha, Cerro Gordo. 
Norris, Ada, Cerro Gordo. 
Moody, Viola, Cerro Gordo. 
Hasty, Maude, Cerro Gordo. 
Clayton, Myrtle, Cerro Gordo. 
Alexander, Pauline, Cerro Gordo. 
Johnson, O. F., Vineland. 
Orr, Mary Lou, Vim-land. 
Elderdice, H. G., Vineland. 
Forneyduval, J. J.. Old Dock. 
Simmons, Hosea, Old Dock. 
Ross, C. L. Vineland. 
Ward, Luther L., Bug Hill. 
Smith. Vance 1... Bug Hill. 
Snow, Ethel, Old Dock. 
Marlowe, B. A., Old Dock. 
Cochrane, Lite, Acme. 



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Jeme an, 1'. I... New Berlin, 
Jarrott, Lizzie, New Berlin. 
Lennon, Rufus, Freeman. 

i, Ira. Armour. 
Loman, Ruth, Chadbourn. 
Williamson, Pennle, Cerro Gordo. 
Thompson, Martha. Boardman. 
[iornegay, B lie, Evergreen. 
Baldwin, Addie, Boardman. 
i'. i e, Lula, Boardman, 
Johnson, .Inc. Whiti 
Price, J. P., < hadboum. 
i la v. Lillie, Boardman. 
ikstrr, Delphia, Boardman. 
\\ ,: ns, Beba E., Boardman. 
McKay, Isabel, Clarkton, It. 2. 
Porter, J. E., Clarkton, H. 2. 
Ward, F. C, Abbottsburg. 
Smith, Ethel, Whiteville, R. 2. 
Stephens, Lucy, Whiteville. 
.shaw. Ella, Whiteville, K. 2. 
McCulloch, Maggie, Council. 
Sessons, Lillian, Wananish. 
Council, Reua, Wananish. 
Williams, J. D. W., Tabor. 
Holmes, <;. F., Mollie. 
Stanley, P. A., Bug Hill. 
Long, .1. O.. Vineland. 
Thompson, Noil, Clarendon. 
iti> hardson, Mabel. Vineland. 
Kelly, F. G., Chadbourn. 
Keeter, Maude, Tabor. 
Hanchey, Lucy. Tabor. 
Fowler. Hartford, Tabor. 
Glavich, Josephine, Tabor. 
Williams, C. U.. Tabor. 
Williams, Mrs. C. U., Tabor. 
Melvin, Lina, Tabor. 
McNeil, Janie. Tabor. 
Cunningham, Marie, Tabor. 
Butler, Helen, Tabor. 
Holmes, Mollie Belle, Tabor. 
Cox. Lelia, Guide. 
Graham, W. C.J Tabor. 
Spencer, C. R., Whiteville. 
Powell, Laura, Whiteville. 
Memory, Fay, Whiteville. 
Rich, Emma Lee, Clarkton. 
Kinlaw, Margaret, Whiteville. 
Blake, Dora, Chadbourn. 
Hester, Hubert, Whiteville. 
Ward. W. B., Whiteville, R. 3. 
Richardson, Forney, Mrs., Vineland. 
Harper, Leila, Vineland. 
White, Mrs. F. M., Vineland. 
Benson, J. W. , Vineland. 
Blue, Viola, New Berlin. 
Underwood, Clyde, Fair Bluff. 
Sledge, Carrie, D., Fair Bluff. 
McClenny, Lee, Fair Bluff. 
Highsmith, M. A., Whiteville. 
Harrell, II. V., Whiteville. 
Harden, O. B., Whiteville. 
Morrill, Jennie B., Freeman. 
Lewis, Floy, Chadbourn. 
Parker, Eliza, Hallsboro. 
Barefoot, Ola, Hallsboro. 
Davenport. Mary, Hallsboro. 
Weaver, W. T., Hallsboro, R. 1. 
Brown, Irene, Hallsboro. 
Sherman, A. J., Hallsboro. 
Ross, P. T., Hallsboro. 
Blanton, Rosa E., Artesia. 
Hodges, Jessie L., Artesia. 
Scott, Lura, Bolton. 
Floyd, Maggie. Bolton. 
Wooten, Mary Dee, Bolton. 
Blue, Stella, Bolton. 
Williams, Tilly, Bug Hill. 
Stanley, K. L.. Bug Hill. 
Long, J. D., Pireway. 
Williams, Grace F. E., Tabor. 
Justus, W. J.. Dothan. 
Bryan, Harry B., Loris, S. C. 
Gore, C. P., Bug Hill. 



Ramabottom, Berenice, Chadbourn. 
Cox, Annie, Chadbourn. 
Bowlin, E. M., Chadbourn. 
Struthers, Hester, Grist. 
Wood, Fannie P.. Chadbourn. 
Mallette, Ina, Chadbourn. 
P.i n\ ii, Mary I.., Chadbourn. 
Graham, Violet, Chadbourn, 
-Mayo, Mary F., Chadbourn. 
Williams, Jessie, Chadbourn. 
McRackan, Maggie, Chadbourn. 
Williams, Estelle, Chadbourn. 
Penn, Merle, Chadbourn. 
Yates, Hannah, Chadbourn. 



WHITEVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1873. 

Population, 1914: 2,000. 

Value real estate, $486,600; value personal 
property, $402,371. 

TAX RATE: 50c on the $100; general tax, 
30c. on the $100. Bond tax, 20c. on the $100. 

Bond issue, $20,000 for street improvement. 

Floating debt, $1,800. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— J. B. Tucker. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— D. M. Thompson. 

CITY CLERK— W. E. MacDaniel. 

TREASURER— W. E. MacDaniel. 

TAX COLLECTOR— D. M. Thompson. 

STANDARD KEEPER— R. L. Parker. 

CITY ATTORNEY— W. H. Powell. 

POSTMASTER— E. A. Powell. 

R. R. AGENT— J. F. Barkley, A. C. L. 

EXPRESS AGENT— J. F. Barkley. 

TELEPHONE MANAGER— J. D. Maultsby, 
Whiteville Telephone Co. 

Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— J. J. Adams, J. H. Poteet, Pastors. 
PRESBYTERIAN— Stanly White, Pastor. 
MLTHODIST — J. P. Pate, Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 
HIGH— C. R. Spencer, Prin. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Columbus Hotel. 
Formy Duval House. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF WHITEVILLE— J. B. Schulken, 
Pres. ; J. D. Maultsby, Cash. 

BANK OF COLUMBUS— P. S. Cooper. 
Pres.; Fred L. Ford, Cash. 

Brick Manufacturers. 
High Oscar. 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 
Worrell, George. 

Book Stores. 
High, Oscar. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 
Barefoot, N. B. 
Corbett, Haywood. 

Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 
McKenzie, J. T., & Co. 
Martin. F. D. 
Smith, Seth L. 
Fuller, L. K. & Co. 

Confectionery Dealers. 
High, Oscar. 

Contractors and Builders. 
Motfitt, Oliver. 
Hester, D. F. 
Baldwin, Jim. 
Hunt, C. J., & Bro. 
Spivey, W. J. 

Cotton Gins. 
Cotton Ginning Co. 
Maultsby, J. D. 

Dentists. 
Davis W. Ross. 
Meredith, L. J. 

Druggists. 
Cash Drug Store. 
Maxwell Drug Co. 
McNeil, J. A., & Son. 



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Doctors. 
Harper, J. M. 
Sadler, R. C. 
Whitaker, R. B. 
Maxwell, H. B. 
Crowell, W. H. 
McNeil. J. A. 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
McRacken, W. R. 
Schulken, H. F. 
Powell & Powell. 
Memory Co. 

Vineland Dry Goods Co. 
Gurganus, J. R. 
Powell & Co. 
Goldstien, M. S. 
Hill, R. E. 
Dunn, M. S. 
Benton, W. J., & Son. 
MeRoy, R. B. 
Maultsby, J. D. 

Grocers. 
Spivey Co. 
Corbett, H. H., & Co. 

Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Powell & Powell. 
Columbus Trading Co. 
Wilson Fertilizer Co. 

Fish and Oyster Dealers. 
Barefoot N. B. 
Hill, R. E. 
Spivey Co. 
Corbett, H. H. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Powell Furniture Co. 
High, Oscar. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Whiteville Hardware Co. 
Columbus Hardware & Fxirniture Co. 

Insurance Agents. 
MacDaniel, W. E. (Life and Fire). 
Formy Duvall, Lee. (Life). 
Whiteville Ins. & Realty Co. 
Memory, J. L. (Fire). 

Jewelers. 
Hodges, W. H. 

Lawyers. 
Greer, Jackson. 
Bi'own, E. G. 
Powell, W. H. 
Tucker, I. B. 
Smart, J. M. 
Lyon, H. L. 
Lewis, D. J. 
McRackan, Donald. 
Grady, L. V. 
Schulken, Toon & Schulken. 

' Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 
Whiteville Lumber Co. 
Harrelson, W. A. 

Paint and Oil Dealers. 
Whiteville Hardware Co. 
McNeil. J. A.. & Son. 

Newspapers and Eeditors. 
NEWS-REPORTER (Weekly)— F. 
nam. 

Real Estate Agents. 
Whiteville Real Estate & Insurance Co. 
Williamson, J. R. 

Shingle Dealers. 
Harrelson, W. A. 



R. Put- 



BOARDMAN. 

Incorporated in 1891. 

Population, 1910: White, 550; colored 450; 
total, 1,000. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— A. D. Turner. 
POSTMASTER— Troy Hester. 
R. R. AGENT— W. E. Stone, A. C. L. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— W. E. Stone. 

Ministers and Churches. 
EPISCOPAL— Edward Wooten, Rector. 
BAPTIST— M. A. Stephens, Pastor. 
METHODIST— B. E. Stanfleld. 



Schools and Academies. 
Town School. 

Doctors. 
Nortington, J. M. 

General Merchants. 
Butters Lumber Co. 
Stephens, F. M. 
Fields, W. K. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Company Boarding House 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Butters Lumber Co. (Saw Mill, Planing Mill 
and Box Mill.) 

Druggists. 
Northington, J. M. 



FAIR BLUFF. 

Incorporated in 1871. 

Population, 1910: Whte, 600; colored, 100; 
total, 700. 

Tax Rate: 20c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— J. P. Waddell, Sr. 

POSTMASTER— R. A. Tucker. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— Y. C. Jones. 

R. R. AGENT— F. B. Vansant, A. C. L. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— F. B. Vansant, 
W. U. 

Ministers and Churches. 

METHODIST— W. C. Martin. 
BAPTIST— No Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
HIGH— M. A. Hatcher, Prin. 
Banks and Bankers. 

BANK OF FAIR BLUFF— J. E. Dick, Pres. ; 
J. F. Rogers, Cash. 

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK — 
D. J. Abser, Pres. ; A. W. Jenkins, V-Pres. ; 
R. C. Tucker, Cash. 

Doctors. 

Floyd A. G. 

Druggists. 

Anderson & Floyd Drug Co. 

General Merchants. 

Powell Supply Co. 

Elvington, M. D. 

Townsend, M. R. 

Townsend, B. L. 

Anderson, Mrs. Lee. 

Jones, Mrs. A. Y. 

Elvington, H. 

Rogers, W. K. 

Faulk, W. H. 

Townsend, C. G. 

Howell, W. F. 

Hinson & Co. 

Waddell. J. P., Jr. 

Blumberg, Abe. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Powell House. 

Elvington Hotel. 

Livery Stables. 

Elington, M. D. 

Jenkns Bros. (Sale). 

Anderson & Williams (Sale). 

Edmond, John (Sale). 

Manufacturing Plants. 

Powell, IT. M. (Crates and Lumber.) 
Norris, H. V. 

Insurance Agents. 
Anderson, B. A. 
Rogers, J. F. 
Powell, A. IF. 
Tinker, R. C. 
Dirk, J. E. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Fair Bluff Hardware Co. 

Blacksmith and Wheelwrights. 

Cole II. II. 

Scott, S. C. 

Montgomery Lumber Co. (Logging) 



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CHADBOURN. 
Incorporated in 1833. 
Population, 1912: 1.24G. 

Town Officers. 
mayor — Ira Lemmon. 

POSTMASTKR— E. J. Brltt. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— C. L. Benton. 
B. I!. AGENT— J. H. Land, A. ('. L. 
MANAGES TELEGBAPH— J. 11. Land, W. 

a. 

Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— J. J. Harrell, Pastor. 
MKTIIODIST— D. L. Barnhdt 
PBESBTTEBIAN— M. M. Morten, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
HIGH— J. E. Dowd, l'rin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF CHADBOURN— J. A. Brown. 
1'res.; D. C. Clark, rash. 

Doctors. 
Withers, S. M. 
Smith, W. F. 
Blake, J. F. 

Dentists. 
Barden, J. B. 

Druggists. 
Brown -Withers Drug Co. 
Chadbourn Drug Co. 

General Merchants. 
Brown Mercantile Co. 
Blake, J. R., & Co. 
Bufkin, Mrs. R. E. 
Bayett, G. W. 
Hardee, M. B. 
Harrelson M. V. 
McDonald, Lina (Mllinery). 
Miller, F. H., & Co. 
Buckhead, L. P., Harness Shop. 
Lewis, A. W., Bicycle Dealer. 
Koonce, B. S. 
Haulk, D. J. 
Chadbourne, Hdw. Co. 
Smith, B. D. W. 
Lennon & Lennon. 
Dool, George, & Bro. 
Cannon, Cararn, & Co. 
Leuheart. C. B., Cafe. 
Powers & Koonce, Aut. D 
Chadbourn Auto Co. 
Smith, R. R., Pressing Club. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 
Jolley, H. C. 
Huffrans, T. W. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Brown Hotel. 
Wilkes, Mrs. J. R. 
Harrelson, M. V. 
Nance, E. H. 
Koonce, Mrs. B. S. 

Livery Stables. 
Edmunds, Chester. 
Jolley, N. C. 

Building and Loan Associations. 
Chadbourn B. & L. Association. 
Manufacturing Plants. 
Independent Ice Co. 
Brown, J. A. (Planning Mills). 
Koonce, C. D. 
Chadbourn Mfg. Co. (Fruit Cases). 



TABOR. 



Incorporated in 1895. 

Population, 1913: White, 524; colored, 40. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— S. H. Boswell. 
POSTMASTER— W. C. Graham. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— D. L. Harrelson. 
R. R. AGENT— M. C. Harper, A. C. L. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— Rev. Harreld. 
METHODIST— A. Bruton, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
MT. TABOR SCHOOL— C. U. Williams, Prin. 



Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF TABOR— C. C. Pridgen, Pres. ; 
II. J. Jones, Cashier. 

BANK OF WlllTKVILLE (Tabor Branch) — 

Doctors. 
Humphry, D. A. 
Floyd, J. W. 
Cox, G. S. 
Humphry, I). A. 
Baggett, L. 

Druggists. 
The Tabor Drug Co. 
Harrison's Pharmacy. 

General Merchants. 
Inman, C. H., & Co. 
Enterprise Grocery Co., Inc. 
Sarnis Co. 
Gerrald, R. M. 
Gerrald, H. C. 
Bell Cash Store. 
Harrelson, C. D., & Co. 
Anderson, A. M. 
Shelby, W. H. 
Roberts & Hughes. 
Sales, J. M. 
Harrelson, D. L. 
Tabor Supply Co. 
Byod, W. W. 
Williamson, W. M. 
Wright, F. S. Wright Co. 
Tabor Hardware Co. 
Sales, C. C. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Pannama. 
Todd, Mrs. McD. 

Livery Stables. 
Baldwin, Auty (Sale). 
Jenkins Bros. (Sale). 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Anderson, B. B. 
Tabor Crate Factory. 

Insurance Agents. 
Fussell, D. C. 
Tabor Supply Co. 
Fonville, E. W. 
Jones. H. J. 



CERRO GORDO. 

Incorporated in 1873. 

Population, 1913: White, 250; colored, 100; 
total, 350. 

Value real estate, $47,075; value personal 
property, $48,977. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— C. M. Ward. 
CLERK — J. L. Williamson. 
POSTMASTER— H. D. Kellihan. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— I. F. Green. 
R. R. AGENT— C. M. Ward, A. C. L. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— C. M. Ward. 

Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST— C. W. Martin, Pastor. 
BAPTIST— Roland Hedgepeth. 

Schools and Academies. 
HIGH — Miss Ursula Singleton, Prin. 

Doctors. 
Floyd. L. D. 

General Merchants. 
Smith, L. H. (Bycicles). 
Williamson & Brown. 
Land & Lumber Co. 
Williams, P. E. 
Kellihan, H. D. 
Williamson, J. L. 
Green, I. L 
Williamson & Nance. 
Martin & Kellihan. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Hotel Inman. 
Coleman, D. J. 

Livery Stables. 
Williamson, J. L. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Williamson & Brown Land & Lumber Co. 
Williamson & Nance. (Brick and Cotton Gin. ) 



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Incorporated in 1905. 

Population, 1913: White, 113; colored, 134; 
total, 247. 

Value real estate, $135,000; value personal 
property, $110,200. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— M. B. McAulay. 

POSTMASTER— Miss Leska Powell. 

CHIEF OP POLICE— M. C. Potter. 

CLERK AND TREASURER— Clay Bullard. 

TREASURER— Clay Bullard. 

R. R. AGENTS— Clay Bullard, S. A. L. ; 
C. F. Bradt, A. C. L. 



MANAGER EXPRESS AND TELEGRAPH- 
Clay Bullard. 

Ministers and Churches. 
PRESBYTERIAN— II. W. Keolling. 

Druggists. 
Moore, Dr. T. V. 

Doctors. 
Moore, T. V. 

General Merchants. 
Acme Store Co. 
Williams, T. H. 

Fertilizer Manufacturers. 
Acme Manufacturing Co. 



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. $6,983,870; value of personal property, $2,599,413. 

Property listed in 1913, by whites, $8,083,833; by negroes. $913,718. 

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS — For white, 45; for negroes, 35. 

TAX RATI! — All county purposes, including roads, 57 l-6c. on the $100; State levy, 47 2-3c. 

PUBLIC ROADS — Number miles, 350. Worked by taxation and convicts. 

RAILROAD. TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Investment Co. , assessed value $ 723 .00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 1.7d6.00 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 9.44 miles, assessed value 318,07d.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value e'907'nn 

Pullman Co., assessed value Sinn 

Pamlico and Beaufort Telephone Co., assessed lue "■» 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value „„«■«,,«« 

Norfolk Southern Railroad, 25.60 miles, assessed value 332,544.00 

Norfolk Southern Railroad— A. & N. C Div., 45.25 miles, assessed value 661.815.00 

Independent Steamboat Co., assessed value J'™-™ 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed - ^nnn 

T. H. Pritchard Transportation Co., assessed value ™-JJ 

Dover and Southbound Railroad, 1 mile, assessed value 2.000. 00 

New Bern Gas Co ennnn 

Seven Springs Steamboat Co •■■••. ■■■■■■■■■-■ \; • \W '/ • m tS„ 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— January 4, February 1 (civil), April 5, May 10 (civil). May 
24 (civil), September 6, October 11, November 22 (civil). 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— W. B. Flanner, New 
Bern. 

SHERIFF — R. B. Lane. New Bern. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— S. H. Fowler, New 
Bern. 

TREASURER — B. B. Hurst. New Bern. 

CORONER— R. Pollck, New Bern. 

SURVEYOR— W. B. Price, New Bern. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— J. F. Rhem, New Bern. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— S. M. Brinson, New 
Bern. 

SUPT. OF HOME — Fanny Williams, New 
Bern. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— T. D. Warren. 
New Bern; John Morton, North Harlowe; T. M. 
Arthur, Askin. 

COMMISSIONERS— C. D. Bradham (chm'n). 
New Bern; H. T. White, Cove City; E. Z. R. 
Davis, Jasper; J. D. Williams, New Bern; N. M. 
Lancaster, Vanceboro. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— W. Dunn, Jr., T. 
D. Warren, C. B. Hill, Louis G. Daniel, New 
Bern. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

No. 1 TOWNSHIP— L. E. Dudley, Vance- 
boro: J. A. Aldridge, Vanceboro. R. 2; G. A. 
VVhitford, Askin: J. J. Dixon. Grifton. R. 4; 
Harold C. Butler, Vanceboro, R. 3; C. J. 
death, Vanceboro. 

No. 2 — N. M. Farrow, T. W. Holton, W. H. 
Whitford, J. P. McCullen. Bridgeton; J. R. 



Wiley, Askin: W. R. Arthur, Askin; J. O. 
Thomas, Askin, R. 3; W. A. Barrington, New 
Bern, Rfd. 

No. 3. — L. S. Harper, J. S. Robinson, Cove 
City; J. A. Eubanks, Dover, Amos Joyner, 
Cove City. 

No. 5 — Claude Taylor, North Harlowe; 
Joshua Adams, North Harlow. 

No. 6 — Thomas F. Haywood, H. A. Marshall, 

E. A. Armstrong, Havelock. 

No. 7— J. D. Williams, J. A. Miller, H. C. 
Wood, New Bern. 

No. S— Jas. A. Bryan, T. F. McCarthy, S. R. 
Street, B. B. Wooten, Fort Barnwell; F. T. 
Patterson, W. A. Mcintosh. Geo. B. Waters, 
J. E. Wilcox, J. C. Thomas, Jr., W. H. 
Bray, T. G. Hyman, W. Fulford, J. B. Watson, 
John Humphrey, John C. Hill, Jas. B. Hill, W. 
K. Baxter, D. S. Jones, S. H. Fowler, W. 

F. Hill, L. S. Wood, Amos T. Wetherington, 
J. M. Hargett, J. E. Gaskill. 

No. 9 — A. E. Wadsworth, Cove City; O. H. 
Perry, O. H. Wetherington, New Bern, Rfd.; 
R. B. Lane, New Bern; J. E. Doughlry, New 
Bern, R. 3. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

METHODIST — W. A. ('ode. Bridgeton; L. 
B. Parkershaw, Dover; W. B. Humble, New- 
port. 

BAPTIST— T. J. Ragler, Cove City. 

FREE-WILL BAPTIST— Charles Lee. Wash- 
ington; W. W. Lewis, Beauofrl. 

DISCIPLE— Charles Lee, Washington. 



NEW BERN BANKING and TRUST COMPANY 

NF/W BERN, N. C. — CAPITAL $100,000. 

A General Banking Business Transacted. Accepts Appointment as Executor. Guardian or 
Administrator of Estates. Name this Company In Your Will. 



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MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS 

Lane. M. D.. Fort Barnwell. 
Hardlson, B. C, Croatan. 
Ballinger. K. S., Croatan. 
Fisher, .1. s.. Riverdale. 
lvis. B. \V. . Riverdale. 
Rooks, A. D., Ilavelock. 

COTTON GINS. 
Atkinson, Jesse. Cove City. Rt'd. 
Mcllweln, Mary, New Hern, Rfd. 
White, H. T„ Cove City. 
Ipock, Bryce. Cove City. Rfd. 
Wadsworth Bros., Cove City. Rfd. 
Richardson, R. A., Dover, Rfd. 
West. W. H.. Dover. 
White. J. K.. Dover. 
Sauls. W. R.. Fort Barnwell. 
Dudley. L. E.. Vanceboro. Rfd. 
Wliitford. D. P.. Askln, Rfd. 
Lane, M. D., & Co., Fort Barnwell. 
Daugherty, J. E., New Bern, Rfd. 
Dawson. A. B., New Bern, Rfd. 
Pearce. G. F.. Dover, Rfd. 
Carmon, M. W.. New Bern, Rfd. 
Lancaster, E. A., New Bern, Rfd. 
New Bern Cotton Oil Mills. New Bern. 
Ipock, J. H., New Bern, Rfd. 
Thomas, L. G., New Bern, Rfd. 
White. W. C, Vanceboro. Rfd. 
Morton, J. S., North Harlowe. 
Ives, B. W., Riverdale. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Laughinghouse, Margaret, Grifton, Rfd. 

Causey, Sallie, Vanceboro, Rfd. 

McLawhorn, Etta. Vanceboro, Rfd. 

Jones, Rosa, Vanceboro, Rfd. 

Griffin, Ina, Vanceboro, Rfd. 

Dixon, Nettie, Vanceboro, Rfd. 

Nelson, Lenna, Vanceboro, Rfd. 

Tucl er, Corrinne. Vanceboro. 

Dillon, Vivian. Vanceboro. 

WetherinTton, Florence, Vanceboro. 

Moore, Elizabeth, Vanceboro. 

Petcon, Mittie, Vanceboro, Rfd. 

Powell, Mollie, Vanceboro, Rfd. 

Peterson, Lucy, Bridgeton. 

Morris, Mittie, Bridgeton. 

Arthur, Amy, Asian, Rfd. 

Rowe, Lillian, Askin, Rfd. 

Croom, Minnie, Askin, Rfd. 

White, Lera, Dover. 

Si arrow, Elizabeth, Dover. 

Morton, Reba, Dover. 

Stewart, Eunice. Fort Barnwell. 

Bryan, Jane, Fort Barnwell. 

Rhodes, Myrtle. Fort Barnwell. 

Hill, Annie, Cove City. 

Bryan, Kate, Cove City. 

Mason, Arietta, Cove City, Rfd. 

Reeks, Josephine, Cove City, Rfd. 

Slimier, Mabel. Dover, Rfd. 

Gaskins, Mamie, Dover. Rfd. 

Bell, Bettye, Dover, Rfd. 

Rankin, Johnsie, North Harlowe. 

Foy, Bessie, North Harlowe, Rfd. 

Russell, Sallie, Cherry Point. 

Bell, Bertha, Havelock. 

Trentwith, Fannie, Croatan. 

Hard son, Carrie, Riverdale, Rfd. 

Brewer, Daisey, New Bern, R. 2. 

Irock, Jessie, New Bern, R. 2. 

Disosway, Myrtle, New Bern, R. 2. 

Wilcox. R. G., Mrs., Vanceboro, Rfd. 

Alpin. A. II., Mrs., New Bern, R. 1. 

Dau herty, R. F., Mrs. Cove City. 

Shaffer, Hazel M., Mrs., Riverdale, Rfd. 

Hardison, W. G.. Mrs., New Bern, R. 3. 

Arnold. Janie, Mrs., Clarks. 

Wilis, W. EL, Mrs., Clarks. 

Si ars, J. W. , Mrs., Tuscorora. 

Turlington, J. E., Vanceboro. 

Eargle, M. L., Vanceboro. 

Marshall, G. O., Vanceboro. 



1\(S, ('. L., Vanceboro. 
Rodgers, I. W. , Bridgeton. 
Stapleford, E. A., New Bern, R. 1. 
Gaston, W. G., Dover. 
Russell, L. M., Fort Barnwell, Rfd. 
Shaffer, E. E„ Riverdale, Rfd. 
Wetherington, .1. Harper, New Bern R. 2. 
Smith, Minnie, Vancebobro, Rfd. 

Mas Maud, Vanceboro Rfd. 

Ewell, Gertrude, Askin, R. 1. 



NEW BERN. 

Incorporated, 1710. 

Population, 1910: 9,961. 

White polls, 874; colored polls, 664. - 

Value real estate, $3,543,423; value personal 
property. $1, 507, 461. % 

TAX RATE; $1.05 on the $100, and $3.15 on 
the poll. 

Bonded debt, $458,000. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— A. 11. Baugert. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— C. Lupton. 

CLERK— F. T. Patterson. 

TREASURER— D. M. Roberts. 

TAX COLLECTOR— J. J. Tolson. 

STANDARD KEEPER— B. G. Credle. 

ATTORNEY— R. A. Nunn. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— J. F. Patterson. 

POSTMASTER— L. G. Daniels. 

R. R. AGENT— J. P. C. Davis, N. & S., A. 
C. L. 

EXPRESS AGENT— Mr. White. 

TELEGRAPH MANAGERS— Alice Sutton, 
W. U. ; Edna Johnston, Postal. 

TELEPHONE MANAGER— Thomas Davis. 
Ministers and Churches. 

BArTIST— Dr. Carter. Pastor. 

CHRISTIAN— Rev. Jones, Pastor. 

EPISCOPAL— B. F. Huske. Pastor. 

METHODIST— Euclid McWhurter. Pastor. 

PRESBYTERIAN— I. H. N. Summerell, Pas- 
tor. 

CATHOLIC— Father Gallagher. Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— H. B. Craven, Supt. ; F. A. 
Ashley, Prin. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
The Gaston. 

Thomas, Bertha M., Mrs. 
The Gem. 
Patterson House. 
Yeomans, Mrs. I. C. 

Banks and Bankers. 
NATIONAL BANK OF NEW BERN— J. A. 
Bryan, Pres. ; J. H. Roberts. Cash.; W. W. 
Griffin, Asst. Cash. 

PEOPLES BANK— Wm. Dunn, Pres.; T. A. 
Uzzell, Cash.: J. H. Crawford, Asst. Cash. 

NEW BERN BANKING & TRUST CO.— J. B. 
Blades, Pres. ; W. Carroll Rodney, Cash. 

CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK & TRUST CO. 
— W. H. Henderson, Cash. 
Bakers. 
Kafer, O. A. 
Home Bakery. 

Brick Manufacturers. 
Hyman Supply Co. 
Stewart, J. W. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
Standard Shoe Co. 
Baxter. J. J. 
Dunn. J. G., & Co. 
Coplan, S., & Son. 

Book Stores. 
Whitehurst, M. E. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 
Coast Line Market. 
Central Carket. 



NEW BERN BANKING and TRUST COMPANY 

TVFAV BERN, N- C. — CAPITAIi $100,000. 

A General Banking Business Transacted. Accepts Appointment as Executor, Guardian or 
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Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 


Florists 






Waters, G. S. 


WooddeH, Chas. 






Jones, J. A. 


Watson, J. W. 






Clubs. 


Fish and Oyster Dealers. 






Elks Club. 


Watson, J. B. 






Commission Merchants. 


Harker & Co. 






Williams, I. V. 


Ives, George N. 






Humphrey, C. T. 


Willis, Albert. 






Confectionery Dealers. 


Foundries and Iron Works. 






Kress & Co. 


Craven Foundry & Machine Co. 






Bradham, C. D. 


New Bern Iron Works. 






Davis, D. R. 
Royal, H. E. 

Contractors and Builders. 


Furniture Dealers. 
Turner, T. J. 
Miller, J. S. 
Suter, John & Son. 






■ Rhodes & Underwood. 
Lane, I. B. 

Baxter, T. S. 






Jones, W. P. 






Coal and Wood Dealers. 
Holrister & Co. 
Ellis, E. B. 


Grocers. 
Roberts, S. G. 
Roberts, D. M., & Co. 
New Bern Grocery Co. 






Chamber of Commerce. 


Hollister, C. S., & Co. 






T. G. Hyman, Pres. ; Geo. Green, Sec. 


Pugh & Brooks. 






Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 


Bishop, E. K. 






Dunn, J. G., & Co. 


Ashford, T. P. 






Coplon & Son. 


Neuse Grocery Co. 






Chadwick, P. M. 


Hardware Dealers. 






Baxter, J. J. 


Basnight, J. S. 






Cotton Gins. 


Blades, Cutler. 






Broaddus & Ives. 


Gaskell Hardware Co. 






Dentists. 


Whitty, J. C, & Co. 






Greene, — . 


New Bern Hardware Co. 






Clark, J. D. 


Hospitals. 






Dameron, L. L. 


Luke's Sanatorium. 






Parker, Z. V. 


U. S. Marine Hospital. 






Hand, W. L. 


Fairview Sanatorium. 






Department Stores. 


Jewelers. 






Kress & Co. 


Eaton, S. H. 






Druggists. 


Baxter, J. O. 






Bradham, C. D. (Two Stores.) 


Hibbard A. E. 






Duffy P. S. 


Matthews, E. H. 






Davis, D. R. 


Laundries. 






Duffy, L. 


New Bern Steam Laundry. 






Wood Lane Drug Co. 


Lawyers. 






Pinnix Drug Co. 
Kennedy, H. P. (Col.) 
Central Pharmacy. 


Simmons & Ward. 
Ward, D. L. 
Mclver, W. D. 






Doctors. 


Nixon, R. B. 






Primrose, R. S. 


Henderson, D. E. 






Pallock, R. 


Warren, T. D. 






Rhem, J. F. 


Nunn, R. A. 






Patterson, J. F. 


Moore & Dunn. 






Duffy, R. N. 


Pearsall, P. M. 






Duffy, Leinster. 


Thomas, Chas R. 






Armstrong, E. C. 


Whitehurst. H. P. 






Jones, R. D. V. 


Whltehurst, R. E. 






Glbbs, N. M. 


Byran, H. R. 






Caton, G. A. 


Green, E. M. 






Bell, Israel. 


Guion & Guion. 






Moore, H. S. 


Williamson, R. W. 






Bonner, H. M. 


O'Hara, R. 






Mann, W. M. 


York, C. A. 






Dunn, E. W. 


Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers 






Dry Goods and Notions. 


Neuse Lumber Co. 






Baxter, J. J. 


Elm City Lumber Co. 






Hackburn, E. B. 


Roper, J. L., Lumber Co. 






Jarvis, D. F. 


Blades Jjumber Co. 






Mitchell. J. M. 


East Carolina Lumber Co. 






Dunn, J. G., & Co. 


Pine Lumber Co. 






Susker, M. 


Broaddus & Ives Lumber Co. 






Coplan & Son. 


Munger & Bennett Lumber Co. 






Lipman, S. 


Talson Lumber & Mfg Co. 






Nassef, F. 


Marble Works. 






Power and Light Companies. 


Willis J. K. 






New Bern Power and Light Co. 


Machinery Dealers. 






Fruit Dealers. 


Hyman Supply Co. 






New Bern Fruit Co. 


New Bern Iron Works & Supply Co. 






Royal, H. E. 


Craven Foundry & Machine Co. 






Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 


Paint and Oil Dealers. 






Meadows, E. H, & J. A. Co. 


Cutter-Bredes Hardware Co. 






Craven Chemical Co. 


Gasldll Hardware Co. 






Va. -Car. Chem. Co. 


Basnight Hardware Co. 






New Bern Cotton Oil and Fertilizer M'lls. 


New Bern Building & Supply Co. 







NEW BERN BANKING and TRUST COMPANY 

1VEW BERN, N. C. — CAPTTATj $ 100.000, 

A General Banking Business Transacted. Accepts Appointment as Executor, Guardian or 
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Painters. 
Berry, E. T. 
Blalock & Co. 
Hollowell, E. T. 
Fulford, Walter. 

Produce Dealers. 
Davenport, B. B. . 
Watson, .1. B. 
New Bern Produce Co. 
Sultan, Barry. 

Plumbers. 
Siallings Bros. 
New Bern Plumbing & Supply Co. 

Pi. mo and Organ Dealers. 
Fuller, Geo. R. 

Photographers. 
Wooten Studio. 
Oxley, Georgia. 

Printing Offices. 
Ghent Land Co. 
Richardson Printing House. 
Land, E. J. 
Dunn, O. G. 

Real Estate Agents. 
Harper & Jones. 
Boyd. W. G. 
Dill, A. T. 
Stewart, J. W. 
Brown, H. A. 
Dail, George D. 
Nicoll, Geo. 
Fodrie, W. M. 
Hancock, C. T. 
Ghent Land Co. 

Shingle Dealers. 
Hill, W. F. 
Pine Lumber Co. 

Tailors. 
Hill Tailoring Co. 
Sawyer Richard. 
Hunter Bros. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Smaw, D. G. 
Willis, J. K. 

Veterinary Surgeons. 
Williams, R. P. 
Flowers, C. M. 

Wall Paper Dealers. 
Hollowelll E. T. 
Lewis, Gilbert. 

Building and Loan Associations. 
New Bern B. & L. Association. 
Homo B. & L. Association. 
Standard B. & L. Association. 

Insurance Agents. 

Boyd, W. B. (Fire). 

Henderson, George (Fire). 

Nicol, G. A. (Fire). 

Bryan & Oliver (Fire). 

Farrow, N. M., (Life). 

Groves, H. M. 

Biddle J. W. 

Moutzus, Z. 

Newspapers and Editors. 

DAILY SUN— 0. G. Dunn, Editor. 

NEW BERN JOURNAL (Daily and Semi- 
Weekly)— C. A. York, Editor. 

EAST CAROLINA INDUSTRIAL WEEKLY 
— A. Roberts and E. J. Land, Editors. 

SUN (Semi-Weekly)— Owen G. Dunn, Editor. 
Manufacturing Plants. 

Coca-Cola Co. 

Oaks Mfg. Co. (Farming Implements). 

Pepsi- Cola Bottling Works. 
Theatres. 

ATHENS THEATRE— Taylor & Losick, Man- 
agers. 

STAR THEATRE— Hahn & Sutton, Managers. 

Star, Hahn & Sutton, Mgrs. 

Masonic Opera House. 



VANCEBORO. 

Incorporated in 1877. 

Population, 1910: White, 350; colored, 175; 
total, 525. 

Value real estate. $112,434; value personal 
property, $16.S07. 

TAX RATE: 33 l-3c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— T. S. Jackson. 

POSTMASTER— N. M. Lancaster. 

R. It. AGENT— E. M. Beard. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— E. M. Beard, W. 
V. 

Ministers and Churches. 

METHODIST— W. J. Covington, Pastor; T. 
E. Wyche, Vanceboro Circuit. 

EPISCOPAL— C. D. Malone, Rector. 
Insurance Agents. 

INSURANCE AGENTS— N. M. Lancaster, 
Wm. E. White, J. B. Harvey. 

McLawhorn, J. 

Butler, H. C. 

Schools and Academies. 

HIGH— Claude Ines. 
FARM LIFE— J. E. Turlington, Supt. 
Banks and Bankers. 

BANK" OF VANCEBORO— T. A. Uzzell, 
Pres. ; J. B. Harvey, Cash. 
Doctors. 

Pritchard, Geo. L. 

Duguid, J. A. 

General Merchants. 

Simpson, J. 

Lancaster, D. S. 

Misses Brewer & Nelson. 

Bright, Mrs. J. L. 

Cleave, D. W. 

McLawhorn, O. 

Jackson, Mrs. J. A. 

Howard, T. M., & Bro. 

Arnold, H. L. 

Smith, L. E. 

Williams, A. M., Jr. 

Duguid, J. A. 

Duguid, J. A., Mrs. 

Jones, Caroline, Mrs. 

Livery and Sales Stables. 

Warren. B. R. 

White & Cleave. 

Robinson, John L. 

Bryand, Boss. 

Manufacturing Plants. 

Lancaster, N. M. (Saw Mill and Gin I. 

Steward, J. W-, & Co. (Saw Mill and Gin.) 
Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Hotel Vance. 

Druggists. 

Vanceboro Drug Co. 

Tobacco Warehouses. 

Vanceboro, Tobacco Warehouse Co., Moses & 
Harvey, Props. 



DOVER. 

Incorporated in 1901. 

Population, 1910: White. 450; colored, 450; 
total. 900 (estimated). 

Value real estate. $100,000; value personal 
property, $50,000. 

TAX RATE: 50c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— N. S. Richardson. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— W. G. Rouse. 

POSTMASTER— W. A. Wilson. 
' R. R. AGENTS— D. C. Ross, N. S. ; H. B. 
Holland. D. & S. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— D. C. Ross, W. 

U. 

Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST — L. B. Pattishall, Pastor. 
DISCIPLE — L. T. Wrightsell, Pastor. 
BAPTIST— Rev. Ragland. Pastor. 



NEW BERN BANKING and TRUST COMPANY 

NFAV RERN, N. C. — CAPITAL $100,000. 

A General Banking Business Transacted. Accepts Appointment as Executor, Guardian or 
Administrator of Estates. Name this Company In Your Will. 



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Schools and Academies. 
HIGH— W. G. Gaston, Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF DOVER— G. V. Richardson, P.-es. 
W. H. Caton, Cash. 

Doctors. 
Herndon, L. S. 

Druggists. 
Wilson, W. A. 

General Merchants. 
Richardson, G. V. 
Wilson, W. A. 
Nachamson, Ell. 
Daugherty, H. E. 
Goldsboro Lumber Co. 
Kelly, W. R. 
Hawkins & Griffin. 

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; colored, 100; 
total, 400. 

Value real estate. $27,500; value personal 
property, $21,950. 

TAX RATE: 25c. on the $100, and 75c. on 
the poll. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— J. S. Robinson. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— J. J. Lewis. 

POSTMASTER— J. F. Heath. 

R. R. AGENT— M. A. Hill, N. S. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— M. A. Hill. 
Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— W. B. Avery, Pastor. 
METHODIST— L. B. Pattishall. Pastor. 



General Merchants. 
Xarhamson, Eli. 
Sutton, C. S., & Son. 
White, H. T. 
Heath, J. F. 
Eubanks. O. C. 
Avery. E. D. 
Daugherty & Son. 

Cotton Gins. 
White, H. T. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Avery- 

Livery Stables. 
Cos, John. 

Doctors. 
Milbee. R. O. 

BRIDGETON. 
Incorporated in 1907. 

Population, 1914: White, 700; colored, 200. 
total, 900. 

Value real estate, $75,273; value personal 
property, $30,013. 

TAX RATE: 50c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— I. W. Rodgers. 
POSTMASTER— J. C. Brooks. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— W. R. Hopewell. 

Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST— W. A. Cade. Pastor. 
J 1 1 SCIPLE— Rev. Smith, Pastor. 

General Merchants. 
Holton, A. J. 
Everington, A. 
Oglesby, John. 
Tingle & Bro. (Hardware). 
Fulcher, Perry. 
Bunting & Gaskins. 
Brooks Grocery Co. 

Livery Stables. 
Holton, T. W. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Bridgcton Lumber Co. 
Blades, J. B., Lumber Co. 
Ogesby, J. H. — Grist mill. 
Dry Goods. 



Parker, S. D. 

Mozingo, L. F. 
Holton, A. J. 



Markets. 



CUMBERLAND COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, FAYETTEVILLE. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), 35,284. 

Formed in 1754. Named in honor of Duke of Cumberland. 

AREA — 900 square miles. 

Value of real estate. $4,745,736; value of personal property, $2,127,942. 

Property listed in 1914, by whites, $6,414,405; by negroes, $659,273. 

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS — For whites, 94; fornegroes, 66. 

TAX RATE County purposes, 22c. on the $100; pension, 2c; bonds, 17c; roads, 25c; special 
school tax Cross Creek Township, 38c; State, 20c 

Countv bonded debt, $126,800. 

PUBLIC ROADS — Number of miles. 400. Worked by Public Road Law and county convicts. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 57.14 miles, assessed value $1,925,287.00 

Pullman Company, assessed value 7,305.00 

Southern Express Company, assessed value 15,016.00 

Western Union Telegraph Comuany, assessed value 14,344.00 

Aberdeen and Rockflsh Railroad 1,600 miles, assessed value 54,177.00 

Roseboro and Fayetteville Telephone Company, assessed value 480.00 

Clinton and Dunn Telephone Company, assessed value 45. on 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 43, 388. on 

Carolina Power and Light Company, assessed value 13,044. on 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessed value 8,118.00 

Raleigh, Charlotte and Southern R. R., Raleigh and Southport Division, 21.50 miles, 

assessed value ^"J'o-o'nH 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessed value ,„2'§i«S2 

Virgina and Carolina Southern Railroad, 7.50 miles, assessed value 12^,500.00 

Fayetteville Gas and Electric Company, assessed value „„„™ 

Merchants and Farmers Steamboat Company, assessed value 5,000.00 

Fayetteville Traction and Power Company, assessed value S, 195. 00 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS — January 11, February 8, March 15 (civil), April 26 (civil). 
May 24, August 30 (civil), October 25, September 20. November 22. 

NEW BERN BANKING and TRUST COMPANY 

NEW BEM, N. C. — CAPITAL) $100,000. 

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COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— A. A. McKethan. 
Fayetteville. 

silKRIFF— N. II. MacGeachy Faycttoville. 

REGISTEB OF DEEDS— R. P. Bolton. 

TREASURER— David Caster, Fayettevllle. 

CORONER— J. V. UcGougan, Fayetteville. 

SOLICITOR RECORDER'S COURT— A. B. 
Breece. 

CLERK RECORDER'S COURT— T. J. Pow- 
ers. 

SURVEYOR— Moody O. Bullard, Fayetteville. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— Wm. S. Jordan, Fay- 
etteville. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— B. T. McBrydc. Fay- 
etteville. 

SUPT. OF HOME— Alex. Leslie, Fayette- 
ville, 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— J. A. Oates, 
(chm'n). Fayetteville; W. L. Williams, Linden; 
J. W. Hall, Autryville. 

COMMISSIONERS— T. G. McAlister, Fay- 
etteville; VV. S. Bramble, Alderman; J. F. Mc- 
Fadyen, Wandester; J. H. Rogers, Hope Mills; 
J. C. Williams, Godwin. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— W. G. Hall, 
(Chm'n), Fayetteville; Geor?e Holmes, Fayette- 
ville; A. H. Slocomb, Fayetteville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

CROSS CREEK TOWNSHIP— D. N. Mac- 
lean, Fayetteville; C. P. Overby, Fayetteville; 
W. D. Caster, Fayetteville; W. A. Brown, Fay- 
etteville; Colin MaeRae, Fayetteville- T J 
Powers, Fayetteville: Frank Glover, Fayetteville- 

C. B. McMillan, Fayetteville; W. S. Cook. 
PEARCE'S MILL— G. W. Powell, Fayette- 
ville; A. J. Barrett, Fayetteville; R. G. Car- 
ver, Fayetteville, R. 7: L. E. Regan. 

GRAY'S CREEK— F. A. Marsh. Fayette- 
ville, R. ; 8J. H. Smith, Alderman ; S. C. 
Kriner, Edonia. 

SEVENTY- FIRST— D. B. Gillis, Fayetteville, 
Rfd. ; J. F. McFayden, Fayetteville, Rfd. ; J. M. 
MaePherson, Fayetteville, Rfd. 

CARVER'S CREEK— Joseph Ray, Draughon; 
A.MacBuie, Fayetteville; R. A. Collier, Lin- 
den: A. M. Ray, Lobelia. 

LITTLE RIVER— M. P. Blue, Lobelia; D. 

D. Black, Vass, R. 1 ; W. H. Richardson. 
BEAVER DAM— J. S. Home Autryville, 

R. 2: R. S. Tatum, Cedar Creek, R. 1: D. U. 
Beard, Fayetteville; C. P. Rollins, Clay Fork; 
Alexander Simmons, Fayetteville. 

CEDAR CREEK— J. M. Faircloth. Cedar 
Creek; D. J. Wheeler, Cedar Creek; S. H. 
Maxwell, Steadman. R. 1. 

FLEA HILL— M. Maxwell, Fayetteville, Rfd. : 
H. H. Bolton, Fayetteville: G. F. Hubbard, 
Fayetteville; D. D. Bain, Wade, R. 1; Henry 
Murphy, R. F. D. ; J. T. Williams, R. F. D. 

BLACK RJVER— Nathan Williams, Godwin: 
B. H. Jernigan, Dunn R. 4; E. J. Godwin, 
Dunn, R. 4. 

ROCKFISH— A. G. Vaughn, Fayetteville; 
R. 7; J. D. Hornaday, Cotton; W. C. Perks, 
Hope Mills; John Smith, Cotton; J. W. Hodges, 
Cotton. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

PRESBYTERIAN— Colin Shaw, Fayetteville, 
Rfd. ; K A. McLeod, Fayetteville, Rfd. 

BAPTIST— T. J. Baker, Cedar Creek; J. D. 
Tew, Fayetteville; W. M. Page, Fayetteville; 
J. M. Gibbs, Cotton; Q. R. Johnson, Cedar 
Creek. 

METHODIST— N. B. Strickland, Hope Mills; 
L. Chafln, Fayetteville, Rfd. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
KING HIRAM SCHOOL. 
RIVERDALE ACADEMY. 
EASTOVER ACADEMY. 
GODWIN GRADED SCHOOL. 
LITTLE RIVER ACADEMY. 



PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Averitt. K. G., Cedar Creek. 
Bullock, T. ('.. Autryville. 
Olive. P. W.. Wade. 
Beard, D., Cedar Creek. 
McFayden. Oscar, Stedman. 
Averitt, K. G., Autryville. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Evans, J. & O., Idaho 
Downing, II. B., Cedar Creek. 
Smith, A. B., Cedar Creek. 
Haywood, T. J., Idaho. 
MacAlister, D. A. Wade. 
MacPhall, H. A., Wade. 
Culbreth. J. C, Falcon. 
Carter, Dan, Vander. 
Allen, J. L., Fayetteville, R. 4. 
Godwin, Carl, Fayetteville, R. 1. 
Guy & Godwin, Fayetteville, R. 1. 
McDaniel, W. T. & J. M., Fayetteville, R. 5. 
Lockaway. J., Stedman. 
Bryant. H. , Stedman. 
MacNeill A. A., & Sons, Godwin. 
Adams, J. C, Little River Academy. 
Bird, Jeff, Little River Academy. 
Draughon, R. L. .Draughon. 
Clark, J. F.. Manchester. 
Holt, D. McL., Argyle. 
Marsh, W, H. , Alderman. 
Jessup, Emmett, Clay Fork. 
Geddie, J. D., Stedman. 
Sessoms, Jeff. D. .Stedman. 
Bullard Vander, Vander. 
Carter, II. C, Buckhorn. .» 
Nunnalee, W. L., Sherwood. 
Faircloth, J. T., Raeford. 

COTTON GINS. 

Carter, D. & T., Fayetteville, R. 2. 
Monroe, J. McN. . Fayetteville, R. 4. 
Ewing, W. C, Fayettville, R. 1. 
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, Rfd. 
McCorquedale, J. T., Kinnon. 
Blue & Faircloth, Fayetteville, Rfd. 

SAW MILLS. 
Bullard, C. C, Fayetteville, R. 2. 
Culbreth, J. C, Fayetteville, R. 2. 
Allen, J. T, Fayetteville, R. 5. 
Olive, W. J., & Co. Wade. 
Downing, A., Stedman. 
Allen, Willis, Fayetteville, Rfd. 
Home,, George, Vander. 
Blue, Fairley Fayetteville, Rfd. 
Ward, Thos., Fayetteville, Rfd. 
Godwin, Earl, Fayetteville, Rfd. 
Walker, W. M., Fayetteville, Rfd. 
Britton. W. H., & Co.. Timberland. 
Johnson Lumber Co., Timberland. 
Bullard, A. J., & Son, Vander. 
Harnett Lumber Co., Manchester. 
Dean, J. W., Godwin. 
Jessup, Emmett, Cedar Creek. 
Bullard, C. C, Fayetteville. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS 
McCellan, Mamie, Godwin. 
Godwin, Ella, Wade, R. 1. 
Boyer, C. C, Wade, R. 1 
Currie, Lizzie Lee, Wade. 
McNeill, Sallie, Wade. 
Murphy, Henry, Fayetteville, R. 2. 
Mobley, W. F., Fayetteville, R. 1 
Holmes, Henreitta, Fayetteville R. 1. 
Wright, Nat, Fayetteville, R. 1 
Jones, Mary E., Fayetteville, R. 1 
Bulla, Netta, Fayetteville, R. 2. 
McMillan, Margaret M., Mrs., Wade, R. 1. 
Page, Mary, M. , Fayetteville, R. 5. 
Carter, A. C, Buekhorne. 



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Williams, Alice, Stedman, R. 1 

Overton, J. A., Stedman. 

Mitchell, Lydia, Stedman. 

Rodney, Julia, Stedman. 

Pearsall, Mamie, Stedman. 

Currie, Ernest, Hope Mills, R. 2. 

Wilkins, Reba, Linden, R. 2. 

Porter, Mary, Linden, R. 2. 

Watson, Annie, Parkton, R. 1. 

Genoble, W. C. , Fayeteville, Massey Hill. 

Buie, Janie, Cumberland. 

Sinclair, Kate, Fayetteville. 

McCaskill, Bascom, Fayetteville, R. 7 

Olive, E. J., Hope Mill. 

McDonald, Lauchlin. Mrs., Hope Hills. 

Genoble, W. C, Cumberland Mills 

Rhodes, Virginia, Cumberland Mills. 

Fisher, Girtrude, Roslin. 

Fisher, Marion, Hope Mills, R. 2. 

Lowery, Annie F., Fayetteville, R. 3 

Blue, Lela, Fayetteville. R. 3. 

Pate, Mabel, Hope Mills, R. 1. 

McGirt, Eva, Maxton 

Currie. Lucy, Maxton. 

McArthur, Mary, Fayetteville, R. 3. 

McPherson, Elizabeth, Fayetteville, R. 3 

Cnok, Inez, Raeford. 

McKeithan, Ethel, Fayetteville, R. 4. 

McCormick, Archie. Manchester. 

Black, Lillian, Manchester. 

Black, Emmie, Fayetteville, R. 4. 

Warrick, Laura, Fayetteville, R. 4. 

Patton, S. M., Linden. 

Morgan, C. . Linden. 

Woods, Julia, Linden. 

Stakes, Carrie, Linden. 

McKethan, Annie, Raeford, R. 1. 

Ray, Emma, Lane. 

Martin, John, Lane. 

Giles, Carrie, Stedman, R. 1. 

McKethan, Christian, Raeford. 

Black, James, Fayetteville. R. 6 

Moore, Vernon, Stedman, R. 1 

Melvin, Girtrude, Autryville. R. 1. 

Johnson, W. C, Cedar Creek. 

McMillan, Lela, Stedman, R. 1 

Johnson, W. R., Cedar Creek, R. 1. 

Cogdell, Eugenia, Cedar Creek. 

Thaggard, Mary Kate, Cedar Creek. 

Bullard, E. E., Mrs. Buckhorne. 

Harris, G. H., Roseboro, R. 3. 

Hudspeth, Evelin, Roseboro, R. 3. 

Melvin, Grace, Autryville. 

Cameron, Bessie, Vass. 

Jessup, Marion E. Elease. 

Doughtry. G. R.. Cedar Creek. 

Oainey, Elizabeth. Fayetteville, R. C. 

Hughes, Sarah, Fayetteville, R. Setaoi etaoiiin 

Overton, J. A., Fayetteville, R. 8 

Overton, J. A., Mrs. Fayetteville, R. 8. 

Gaston, H. B., Godwin. 

Reese, Myrtle J., Godwin. 

Gray, May, Godwin. 

Brown. Clavton, Godwin. 

Hottell, Julia, Fayetteville, R. 2. 

Bolton, Mertice, Fayetteville, R. 2. 



FAYETTEVILLE. 

Population, 1914: 10,000. 

White polls, 631: colored polls, 205. 

Value of real estate, $3,000,000; value per- 
sonal property, $1,000,000. 

TAX RATE — 1 per cent. 

Bonded debt, $377,000. (This includes 
water- works and electric plant, which is owned 
by city) . 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— J. D. MacNeill. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— J. T. Kelly. 

CLERK— H. J. McBride. 

TREASURER— A. A. MacKethan, Jr. 

TAX COLLECTOR— W. L. Hawley. 

ATTORNEY— R. H. Dye. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— J. W. McNeil. 



POSTMASTER— L. B. Hale. 
R. R. AGENTS— W. B. Anderson, A. C. L. ; 
H. S. Jones and A. R. MacLead, A. & R. 
EXPRESS AGENT— W. M. Prouse. 
TELEGFAPH MANAGER — D. S. MacRae, 
Western Union: M. B. Smith, Mrg. , Postal. 

TELEPHONE MANAGER— J. R. Boyd, Car- 
olina Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— Joel S. Snyder. W. A. Hum- 
phrey. 

EPISCOPAL— Archie Boogher, Rector. 
METHODIST— J. T. Gills, Presiding Elder; 
Hay Street Church. W. R. Royall, Pastor. 

PRESBYTERIAN— W. M. Fairley, John L. 
Fairley, Letcher Smith, L. T. Wilds. 
CATHOLIC— J. F. Gallagher. 

Schools and Academics. 
FAYETTEVILLE GRADED— W. S. Snipes. 
Supt. 

DONALDSON MILITARY— S. M. Reed, 
Supt. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Hotel LaFayete. 
Martin Hotel. 
Atlantic Hotel. 
Spence House. 
Hotel Roseniont. 
Cumberland Hotel. 
Williams, Fannie. 
Snell, Kate. 
Leroy House. 
Fayetteville Inn. 
Barnes, Mrs. Sarah. 
Smith, Kate. 
Johnson, Mary K. 
Blount, Emma. 
Higdon House. 

Banks and Bankers. 
THE NATIONAL BANK— S. W. Cooper, 
Pres. : Allan MacMillan, Cash. 

FOURTH NATIONAL BANK— H. W. Lilly, 
Pres. ; A. W. Peace, Vice-Pres. and Cash. ; 
Thorne Clark, Asst. Cash. 

CUMBERLAND SAVINGS & TRUST CO.— 
F. H. Stedman, Pres. ; Claude Rankin, Cash. 
Automobile Garage and Dealers. 
Ramseur Bros. Co. 
Welsh Motor Co. 
Armfleld-Percival Co. 

Bakers. 
MacNeill, J. S. 
MacNeill Bakery Co. 

Brick Manufacturers. 
Poe, E. A., Co. 
Tar Heel Brick Co. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
Jennings, E. H. 
Jessup Bros. 
Kennedy, J. L. 
Holland & Co. 
Globe Clothing Co. 
Fleishman, B., & Bros. 
Ayer. S. G. 

Thornton, Tom A., & Co. 
Goldstein, J. 
Courtney, M. L. 
Shuford, Rogers & Co. 
Maultsby, W. S. 
Watson, C M., & Co. 
Stein Bros. 

Jackson, J. C, & Son. 
Thornton, Frank. 
Jackson-Williams Co. 
Fleisher Bros. 
Horwitz, R. 
Sullivan Shoe Shop. 
White House Shoe Store. 
Zahran Bros. Co. 

Book Stores. 
Gorham Book & Music House. 
Judge, J. W. 



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COUNTY 




Building and Loan Associations. 


Coal and Wood Dealers. 




Cross Creek B. >v L. Association. 


Fayetteville Ice & Mfg. Co. 




Farmer iV Mechanic B. >V I.. Association. 


Cannon, Joshua. 




McKethan Land Co., (Inc.) 


Foe. E. A., Brick Co. 
Simmons, J. D. 
Smith. W. F. 




Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 




Buckingham, J. B., <fc Co. 


Beal, Green 




Vaim, N. A. 


Georgia Pine Turpentine Co. 




Kass, John. 


Hugglns, A. M. 




Johnson. K. M. 


Fayetteville Light & Power Co. 




Matthews, J. B. 


Chamber of Commerce. 




Brltt, E. J., & Son. 


J. W. Judge, Pres. ; T. H. Sutton, 


Sec. 


Billiard, T. B. 


Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 




Butler, Herman. 


Fleishman. B., & Bros. 




Brown, Byron. 


Jones Bros. 




McLaurtn, Lee. 


Kindley, \V. C, Co. 




Bicycles and Repairs. 


Courtney. M. L. 




Saunders. VV. T. 


Fleisher Bros. 




McDaniel, R. H. 


Globe Clothing Co. 




McDaniel, G. G. 


Watson, C. M., & Co. 




Jernigan, J. G. 


Stein Bros. 




Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 


Shuford. Rogers & Co. 




Beville, C L. 


Fayetteville Department Store. 




Fayetteville Supply Co. 


Riffs, T. 




King. J. A. 


Thornton, Tom & Co. 




Ingold. C. L. 


Williams, Fred D., Co. 




Bankin, A. E., Co. 


The Vogue. 




Civil Engineers. 


Horwitz, R. 




Baker, W. W. 


Zahran Bros. Co. 




Strange, R. G. 


Cotton Gins. 




Strange, J. K. 


Southern Cotton Oil Co. 




Howard, C. C. 


MacNeill, J. D. 




Strange, Robt. 

Clubs. 

Elks Club. 


Ewring, Walter. 
Carter, Dan. 




Bullard, R. W. 

Department Stores. 




LaFayet.te. 


Courtney, M. L. 




F. I. L. I. Club. 


Thornton, Frank. 


• 


The Civic. 


Jewell, H. W. 




Commission Merchants. 


Capitol Department Store. 




Rankin, A. E., Co. 


Kindley, W. E., Co. 




Powell, W. H. 


Riff's Department Store, 




Evans. J. & 6. 


Kress, S. H., & Co. 




Smith, W. F., & Co. 


Dentists. 




Cotton and Hosiery Mills. 


Cromartie, A. S. 
Judd, J. H. 




Lakeview Manufacturing Co. 


Patterson, G. B. 




Holt-Morgan Mills. 


Hair, L. G. 




Tolar-Hart & Hslt Mills. 


Ray, W. A. 




Holt- Williamson Mills. 


Highsmith, J. R. 




Victory Manufacturing Co. 


Olive, Robt. M. 




Silk Mills. 


Newspapers and Editors. 




Dwight Ashley Mill No. 1. 


FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER (Daily 


and 


Dwlght Ashley Mill, No. 2. 


Weekly)— E. J. Hale, Editor. 




Confectionery Dealers. 
Huske, A. S. 


FAYETTEVILLE INDEX (Weekly)— A. 
Moore, Editor. 


M. 


Home, H. R., & Sons. 


Printing Offices. 




King Drug Co. 


Index Printing Co. 




Wooten, L. C. 


Judge Printing Co. 




Ray, D. H., & Co. 


Garrett. J. E. 




Smith, R. G. W. 


Druggists. 




Cook, J. P. 


MacKethan & Co. 




Cumberland Cafe. 


Home, H. R., & Sons. 




Sedberry's, B. E., Sons. 


Souder's Drug Co. 




MacKethan & Co. 


Pearsall, A. L. 




Clark, VV. G. 


Cook, A. J. 




Jackson, R. M. 


Massey Hill Drug Co. 




Saleeby's Candy Store. 


Doctors. 




Townsend, D. \V. 


Highsmith, J. F. 




Columbia Candy Kitchen. 


Highsmith, Seavy. 




Saleeby, T. S., & Co. 


Jordan, Wm. S. 




Contractors and Builders. 


Lilly, J. M. 
MacKeathan D. G. 




Humphrey, D. J. 


Marsh, J. H. 




Bullard, C. E. 


McGougan, J. V. 




Black, John. 


MacKeathan, J. A. 




Humphrey, E. J. 


MacNeill, J. W. 




Deal, W. W. 


Rose, A. S. 




Davis, F. W. 


Scofleld, E. J. S. 




Gentry, L. 


Powell, R. A. 




Jarrett, A. J. 


West. T. M. 




Lucas, T. S. 


Hayes, R. B. 




Thain, T. T. 


Carson, E. J. 





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Dry Goods and Notions. 

Thornton, Frank. 

Capitol Department Store. 

Interstate 5c. and 10c. Store. 

Jessup Bros. 

Ayer, S. G. 

Vourtney, M. L. 

Maultsby, A. S., & Bro. 

Riff, T. 

Holland & Co. 

Anderson, J. H., & Co. 

Kindley, W. E., Co. ■ 

Fleishman, B., & Bros. 

Fayetteville Bargain House. 

Power and Light Companies. 
Fayetteville Gas & Electrict Co. 
Puhlic Works Commission. 
Fayetteville Light & Power Co. 

Five and Ten Cent Stores. 
The Interstate. 
Kress, S. H., & Co. 
Myers 5 and 10c store. 

Fruit Dealers. 
Townsend, D. W. 
Smith Fruit Store. 
Salcchy's Candy Store. 

Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Southern Cotton Oil Co. 
Rankin, A. E., Co. 
Taylor, D. K. 
Evans, ,T. & O. 

Florists. 
Lamb, J. M. 
MacKeathan & Co. 

Foundries and Iron Works. 
Russell. C. S. 

Waid's Foundry & Plow Works. 
Clark, I. W. 

Fish and Oyster Dealers. 
Plummer, J. H. 
Buckingham, T. B., & Co. 
Williams, E. N. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Fayetteville Furniture Co. 
Brothers, W. E. 
Sheetz, S., & Sons. 
Newberry, C. B. 
Fvans Furniture Co. 
Sheetz, H. E. 

Grocers. 
Armflcld Co. (Wholesale.) 
Culbreth, J. H., & Co. (Wholesale). 
Rankin, A. E., Co. (Wholesale and Retail) 
Fields, T. B., & Co. 
Carolina Grocery Co. 
Tally, V. F. 
Maultsby. G. Sam. 
Ray. I. H.. & Co. 
Carolina Grocery Co. 
Smith, W. F. (Wholesale.) 
Powell, W. H. 
Rethune. M. A. 
Hedgepeth Bros. 
Byrd, W. J. 
Bell, N. J. 
Evans, J. & O. 
Powers, John. 
Smith & Dowing. 
Tatum, J. L. 
Cook, J. H. 
Melvin, A. S., Co. 
Gallup & Co. (Wholesale). 
Davis Bros. 
Smith, H. 

Hardware Dealers. 
TTuske Hardware House. 
Watson, Walter. 
Haigh, Charles. 
Rankin, A. E. 
McMillian Bros. 
Powell, W. H. 
Maultsby, .T. Sam. 
Ward's Plow Works. 
Sanders, W. T. 
Fayetteville Supply Co. 
Jernigan, J. 



Hospitals. 

Highsrnith Hospital. 
Cumberland General Hospital. 
Insurance Agents. 
Huske, B. B. (Fire). 
MacKeathan, Alfred A. 
MacGuire, A. F. 
MacRae, S. H. (Fire.) 
Rose, F. R. (Fire). 
Cook, W. S. (Fire). 

Fayetteville Realty & Insurance Co. (Fire). 
Malloy, W. B. (Life). 

MacKeathan Real Estate, Loan & Trust Co. 
M.it..). 
Wallace-Ellington Co. 
Campbell, S. M. 

Jewelers. 
Beasley, B. F. 
Upton-Sedberry Co. 
Eggleston, J. H. 
Upton, R. H . 
Bartley, E. 

Laundries. 

Fayetteville Steam Laundry. 
Wall Sing. 

Lawyers. 

Broadfoot, C. W. 
Broadfoot, Charles. 
Breece, A. B. 
Cook, H. L. 
Hall, A. S. 
MacKeathan, E. R. 
Rose, G. M. 
Murchison, I. A. 
Nimocks. Q. K. 
Robinson, H. McD. 
Shaw. J. G. 
Sinclair, N. A. 
Dye, R. H. 
Rose, C. G. 
Everett, H. S. 
Bullard. V. C. 
Newton J. Sprunt. 
Brothers, H. L. 
Lyon. Terry. 
Herring, R. W. 
Davis, E. G. 
Oates. J. A. 
MacLean. J. A., Jr. 
MacRae. J. C. 
Gibbs. John C. 
Williford, J. M. 
McPhail. S. C. 
McCaskill, Bascom. 
Stringfield. D. M. 
Stringfield, P. R. 
Ray. Donald. 
Simmons, R. F. 
Williams. Henry E. 
Howard. C. C. 
Bennett, F. T. 

Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 

Rankin, C. A. 
Empire Lumber Co. 
Cumberland Lumber Co. 
Southern Timber and Lumber Co. 
Bullard, A. J.. & Sons. 
McAllister-Ross Lumber Co. 
Roone & Thain. 
Gilmore-Rankin Lumber Co. 
West Lumber Co. 
Thain, T. T. 

Marble Works. 

Remsburg. E. L. 
Fayetteville Monumental Works. 
Machinery Dealers. 
Russell. C. S. 
Carolina Machine Co. 
Clark. I. W. 
Huske Hardware House. 
Sanders. W. T. 
Fayetteville Supply Co. 



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Naval Store Dealers. 

Slooomb. A. II. 

Georgia Pine Turpentine Co. 

MacKethan Turpentine Co. 

Paint and Oil Dealers. 

Huske Hardware Co. 
Saupnders, \V. T. 
Home. H. R. 
MacKethan & Co. 
Downing & Smith. 
Rankin, A. E. Co. 
Gallup Oil Co. 
Standard Oil C. 

Painter*. 

Wright. T. T. 
Maultsby, Wm. 
Jones. I mil. 
Waddell, Alfred. 
Jones, l.onnie. 
Sykes, Ernest. 

Plumbers. 

Crane Plumbing Co., The. 
Burke, II. S. 
Smith, Frank. 

Piano and Organ Dealer*. 
Blount, W. F., Music Co. 
Sheetz. S., & Sons. 
Pemberton, H. M. 
Kimball, W. W., Co. 

Photographers. 

Paton Studio. 
Keen's Studio. 

Real Estate Agents. 

Townsend, D. W. 

Cooper, C. J. 

Armfield, D. F. 

Vanstory, W. A. 

Monashan, E. J. 

Thompson, G. A. 

Malloy, W. B. 

MacKethan, E. R. 

Favetteville Realty & Insurance Co. 

Rose. F. R. 

MacKethan Land Co. 

Scarborough Realty Co. 

Cape Fear Loan & Trust Co. 

Sales Stables. 

Bevill. C. L. 
Ingold, C. L. 
Wiggins, F. M. 
Martin, T. 0. 
Rankin, Tom. 
Croom, A. R. 
West, J. F. 

Shingle Dealers. 

Huske Hardware Co. 
Evans, J. & O. 
Carter, Dan. 
Simmons, Alex. 
Smith, A. B. 
Rankin, A. E. 
Empire Lumber Co. 
Rankin. A. E., Co. 
Gilmore-Rankin Co. 

Tailors. 
The Vogue. 

Williams, Fred D., Co. 
Stein Bros. 
Holland & Co. 
Shepard, Miss Lizzie. 
Holland, John C. 
Bennett, F. N. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Rogers, J. R. 
McNeill, T. H. 



Veterinary Surgeons. 

Martin, Tom. 
Elder, II. W. 

Wall Paper Dealers. 
Landon Wright. 
Gorham Look & Music Co. 
Wade. II. V. 
Sliley. (). II. 

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). 

Ashley-Bailey Mill No. 2 (Silk). 

Aigoddon Knitting Mill. 

Ward's Plow Works. 

P.ruton, J. C, Cross Arm Works. 

West Lumber Co. (Crates). 

Thain, T. T. 

Fayettcville Woodenware Co. 

Georgia Pine Turpentine Co. 

Poe, E. A., Brick Co. 

Rheum- aid Medical Co. 

Regal Medicine Co. 

Hewitt, C. M. (Mattresses). 

Bullard, J. J., & Sons. 

Sullivan Shoe Co. 

Kennedy, E. J. 

Gilmore-Rankin Co. 

MacKethan Turpentine Co. 

Tar Heel Brick Co. 



CUMBERLAND. 

Population, 1913, about 5(10. 
Cotton Mill. 
Neciansett Mills (Inc.) 

General Merchants. 

Cumberland Grocery Co. 
Butler, W. H., & Son. 
Wade, Albert. 
Autry, D. J. 
Morrison, John. 
Pardue, W. J. 



HOPE MILLS. 

Incorporated in 18S8. 

Population, 1910: White, 988; colored, 12, 
total, 1,010. 

Value of real estate, 5257,119; value of per- 
sonal property, 55,592. 

TAX RATE: 33 l-3c. on the $100. 

Town Officers 
MAYOR— E. T. McDonald. 
POSTMASTER— Jno. T. Bynum. 
R. R. AGENTS- -E. T. McDonald, A. C. L. 
and V. & C. S. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— E. T. McDonald, 
W. U. 

Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST — John A. Tharpe, Pastor. 
BAPTIST — I. E. Olive, Pastor. 
PRESBYTERIAN— Rev. Fairley. 
EPISCOPAL— Rev. Moody. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— I. E. Olive, Prin. 

Doctors. 
Gilbert, J. C. 
Hutchinson, S. S. 

Druggists. 
Gilbert. J. C. 
Hutchinson, S. S. 

Lawyers. 

Newton, Z. B. 



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General Merchants. 

Bynuni, Jas. H. 

Hope Mills Mercantile Co. 

Hall, H. F. 

Rogers, Owen C. 

McPhail, J. H. 

Calcutt, Chas. 

Bullard, W. H. 

Tlinmt :i s Tpssg 

I'ate, H. M., Mrs. (Millinery and Furniture) 

McDaniel, N. M. 



Sessoms, Samuel. 
Hope Mills Furniture Co. 
Byrnes, Misses. (Millinery.) 
Deaver. P. D. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Central. 
Atlantic. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Hope Mills Manufacturing Co., Mills Nos. 1 
to 4. 



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, $1,266,410; value of personal property, $520,021. 

Property listed in 1914, by whites, $1,651,487; by negroes, $1,124,944. 

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS— For whites, 32; for negroes, 14. 

PUBLIC ROADS — Number of miles, 1T.0. Worked by hands, not by taxation. 

TAX RATE — County purposes, 19c. on the $100; 15c. on the $100, special. 

BONDED INDEBTEDNESS— $2,500. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Express Co., assessed value $ 2 

Western Union Telegraph Co. , assessed value 1 

Norfolk Southern Railroad, 14.47 miles, assessed value 187 

Pullman Co. , assessed value jj 

Currituck Telephone Co. , assessed value 2, 

Chesapeake and Albemarle Canal Co., assessed value i 4, 

Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 6 

Pasquotank and North River Steamboat Co 6 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— January 25 (civil), March 1, September 6. 



147.00 
035.00 
965.00 
231.00 
500.00 
000.00 
777. IN) 
.667.00 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— E. W. Ansell. Curri- 
tuck. 

SHERIFF — R. E. L. Griggs, Point Harbor. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS — Thomas W. Bax- 
ter, Shawboro. 

TREASURER— John W. Sanderlin, Shaw- 
boro. 

CORONER — T. J. Evans, Point Harbon. 

SURVEYOR— J. C. Walker, Maple. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— Dr. S. M. Mann, 
Moyock. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— Dr. J. M. Newbeni, 
Jarvisburg. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— W. J. Tate, 
Coinjack; E. D. Bowden, Knott's Island; Dr. 
S. M. Mann, Moyock. 

COMMISSIONERS— W. S. Newbern, Jr., 
Powell Point; C. S. Perkins, Snowden; E. M. 
Walker, Maple. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— N. N. Hampton, 
Jr., Coinjack; W. F. Leaxy. Gregory, W. S. 
Harrison, Mamie. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

MOYOCK TOWNSHIP— F. W. Fontz, 
Moyock; C. G. Old, Vine, Va. 

CRAWFORD— J. L. DeCormis Shawboro; 
A. D. Sawyer, Tulls; L. Walker, Barco. 

POFLAR BRANCH— W. S. Harrison, David 
Jones, A. M. Roberts, S. H. Dutcher, J. M. 
Cartwright, Jarvisburg. 

FRUITVILLE— David Jones, A. M. Roberts. 
MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

METHODIST — C. P. Jerome, Poplar 

Branch; Moyock Disciple, C. E. Lee, Wash- 
ington. 

BAPTIST— J. T. Ragland, Poplar Branch; 
N. P. Stallings, Moyock; L. T. Reed, Eliza- 
beth City;John E. Blalock. 

DISCIPLE— C. E. Lee. Washington. 



PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Ritter, F. W., Moyock. 
Mann, 3. M.. Movopk. 
Maynard, J. D., Knott's Island. 
Cowell, W. H. .Sligo. 
Griggs, W. T., Poplar Branch. 
Newbern, J. M., Jarvisburg. 

Lawyers. 
Simmons, A. M., Currituck. 
Cox, W. D., Mayock. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Fiske & Charltan, Moyock. 

Cox, Mrs. J. B., Moyock. 

Van de Carr. C. R., & Co., Moyock. 

Poyner, J. W., Moyock. 

Flora. P. H., Tulls. 

Humphries, C. V., & Bros., Tulls. 

Snowden. F. P., Snowden. 

Forbes, M. M., Shawboro. 

Barnard, J. P., ShawDoro. 

Perkins, C. L., Sligo, P. O. Snowden. 

Johnson, E. R., Currituck. 

Walker, H. D., Maple. 

Boswood. Grandy, Barco. • 

Barco. C, Barco. 

Lindsey. Dempsey, Maple. 

Guard, J. T., Coinjock. 

Bray, B. N., Coinjock. 

Hampton, W. H., Waterlily. 

Coinjock Grocery Co., Coinjock. 

Hampton, A. B., Aydlett. 

Williams, J. T., Poplar Branch. 

Newbern. R. L.. Old. 

Owens. J. B.. Point Harbor. 

Ansell, E. W., Barco. 

Williams, Ella, Mrs., Poplar Branch. 

Parker, W. H. Poplar Branch. 

Cooper, W. A., Knott's Island. 

Boswood. J. H, Gregory. 

Hale, B., Gregory. 

Woodhouse, D. W., Poplar Branch. 

Gallop, J. C, Poplar Branch. 



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Grandy, J. T., Grandy. 

Owens, A. A , Bertha. 

Gallop, W. II.. Jarvisburg. 

Brock, C. H.. & Co.. Powell's Point. 

Gregory, H. II.. Jarvisburg. 

Forbes, I. A., Jarvisburg. 

Garrington, Thomas, Jarvisburg. 

Etheridge. Richard. Powell's 1'oint. 

Aydlett, C- C, & Son, Harbinger. 

Harrell, T. S.. Mamie. 

Gray. Curtis, Corolla. 

Bowden. E. D.._& Son. Knott's Island. 

Jones. V. L.. Knott's Island. 

Munden, J. E.. Woodleigh. 

Jones & Son, Woodleigh. 

Scarborough, Geo., Duck. 

Leary. A. K.. Duck. 

Dozier, A. M., Snowden, 

Lee, W. K.. Sligo. P. O. Snowden. 

Gregory, J. 1.., Sligo, P. O. Snowden. 

ferry. W. A.. Otello. 

Perry Co.. Otella. 

Baum, Elijah. Kitty Hawk. 

Overton, J. H., Comjock. 

Smith, John, Grandy. 

Newbern, II. & W. W., Co., Powell's Point. 

Swain, Mrs. W. H. , Powell's Point. 

Tate. W. J., Otilla. 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Baum, L. C, Poplar Branch. 
Hotel Walker, Currituck. 
Guard, J. T., Coinjock. 
Brock, C. H., Powell's Point. 
White. L. R.. Seagull. 
Stevenson, Mrs. Geo. E., Shawboro. 
Snowden, Freeford. 

COTTON GINS. 
Van de Carr, C. R., & Co., Moyock. 
Johnson, E. R., Currituck and Shawboro. 
Farmers Cooperative Ginning and Milling As- 
sociation, Maple. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Van de Carr, C. R., & Co., Moyock. 
Perkins, C. L., Sligo, P. O. 
Johnson, E. R., Currituck. 

SAW MILLS. 
Hunt, J. H., Gregory. 
Perkins, C. L„ Sligo, P. O. 
Farmers' Manufacturing Co. 



Snowden. 



Snowden. 
, Coinjocn. 



Perkins, A. L., Powell's Point. 

Cairo. C, Barco. 

Gibson & Kight, Indian Town. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Snowden, Alice, Shawboro. 

I'Yn-bee, S. P., Mrs., Gregory. 

Flora, Adelaide, Shawboro. 

Bray. Ida, Cligo. 

Newby, Jennie P. Tulls, 

Tmeblood, Hattie, Currituck. 

Snow, Edith E., Currituck. 

Fori hand, Katie. Maple. 

Ross, Julia, Barco. 

McNeill, Berta, Coinjock. 

Lee, Eunice, Currituck. 

Doxy, Elsie, North West, Va. 

Lough, R. J., Moyock. 

Wilson, Addie, Moyock. 

Deadmon, Gurtha, Moyock. 

Deans, Irma, Vine, Va. 

Parker, Lizzie D. , Corolla. 

Newbern, Annie, Waterlily. 

Adams, Purcell, Coinjock. 

Jerome, C. P., Mrs., Aydlette. 

Jerome, Annie C, Poplarbranch. 

Parker, Carrie, Poplarbranch. 

Reid, Inez, Poplarbranch. 

Isley, Robert W., Poplarbrbabnch. 

Parker, Edna, Grandy. 

Mann, E. W., Grandy. 

Gay, Ida S., Jarvisburg. 

Ferebee, Jennie, Jarvisburg. 

Scott, Mae, Jarvisburg. 

Hedspeth, Nita M. , Powells Point. 

Newbold, Mattie, Powells Point. 

Moseley, Agnes, Harbinger. 

Mabry, Mary C., Harbinger. 

Griggs, Josephine, Point Harbor. 

Ferrell, Elizabeth, Waterlily. 

Oldham, Mattie, Knotts Island. 

Williams, Margaret, Knotts Island. 

Granger, Lina, Munden, Va. 

White, Addie, Knotts Island. 

Tillett, Zora, Deals. 

Bell, Annie E. 

Morrow, Helen A., Otilo. 

Baum, Cora L. , Otilo. 

Perry, Mattie, Kitty Hawk. 

Deans. Mary, Duck. 

Harvey, Blanche, Duck. 

Tillett, Cece B.. Duck. 



DARE COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, MANTEO. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), 4,841. 

Formed in 1S70. Named in honor of Virginia Dare. 

AREA— 975 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $619,065; value of personal property, $237, 0S0. 

Property listed in 1914, by whites. $823,337; by negroes, $22,959. 

NT'MBER OF SCHOOLS— For whites, 19; for negroes, 1. 

TAX RATE — County and poor, 30c. ; State, 27 2-3c. ; school. 20c. : special school, 15c. ; district 
school. 30c. : jail 5c. ; courthouse, 15c. on the $100. 

County bonded debt, $20.S00. 

PUBLIC ROADS— No. miles, 150. Worked under Old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 
Eastern Carolina Transportation Co., assessed value $1,130.00 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— May 24, October 25. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— R. M. Jennett, Manteo. 

SHERIFF— A. H. Davenport. 

TREASURER— E. L. Midgett, Manteo. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— B. G. Crisp. Manteo. 

SUPT. OF HOME— L. D. Hassell. Manteo. 

COMMISSIONERS— N. F. Jennett. Buxton; 
Charlies Semps, Warechese; W. S. Baum, 
Wanchese. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— R. C. Evans 
(chm'n), S. A. Griffin, Manteo; T. J. Fielder. 
Frisco. 



BOARD OF ELECTIONS— W. S. Davis 
(chm'n), W. F. Baune, Manteo; C. S. Pugh, 
Wanchese. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

NAG HEAD— Jno. W. Evans, W. S. Davis, 
Jno. W. Casey, Jno. Q. Homer, Jno. W. 
Ward. 

CROATAN & STUMPY POINT— Chas R. 
Fulcher, C. W. Mann, E. M. Hooper. 

EAST LAKE— M. D. Twiford, D. C. Twi- 
ford. 



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HATTERAS — Geo. W. Farrow. Geo. T. 
Bailey, C. O. Gray, W. B. 0. Neal. 

KINNOKEET — E. P. Scarborough. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

METHODIST — Kev. Cox, Manns Harbor, A. 
W. Price, Avon. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

WANCHESE ACADEMY— C. K. Pugh, Prin. 
PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Jones, VV. A., Hatteras. 

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., Stump 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. 

Sanderlin, Claudia, Colington. 

Hurdle, N. T., Kitty Hawk. 

Sawyer, Julia, Rodanthe. 

Scarborough, W. L., Salvo. 

Godwin, C. T., Avon. 

Scarbrough, Mill, Avon. 

Gray, C. P., Buxton. 

Miller, Annie, Buxton. 

Bishop, L. B., Frisco. 

Miller, Mammie, Frisco. 

Raper, H. N., Hatteras. 

Raper, Lizzie, Hatteras. 

Jones, Josie, St. Parrot. 

Dough, Madelin, St. Parrot. , 

Jones, Nannie, Mann's Harbor. 

Evers, Bud, Mann's Harbor. 

Jones, Annie, E. Lake. 

Riggs, Izona, East Lake. 

Dough, Mantha, Mrs., Manteo. 

Mackay, Eunice. 

Griffe, Withe. 

Dameron, Bessie. 

Freeman, J. W., Mrs. 

Honaker, May B., Wanchese. 



MANTEO. 
Incorporated in 1899. 
Population, 1910: 1,000. 
White polls, 150. 

Value real estate, about $125,000; personal 
property, about $45,000. 
TAX RATE: 33 l-3c. on the $100. 



Town Officers. 

MAYOR— S. L. Dosher. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— A. H. Crisp. 
CLERK— Jas. A. Evans. 
TREASURER— Jas. A. Evas. 
TAX COLLECTOR— A. H. Crisp. 
POSTMASTER— R. B. Etheridge. 
R. R. AGENT— W. F. Baum, East Carolina 
Transportation Co. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— Not supplied. 
METHODIST— M. W. Hester. 

Schools and Academies. 
MANTEO GRADED— E. W. Joyner, Prin. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Hotel Roanoke. 
Tranquil House. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF MANTEO— R. C. Evans, Pres. ; R. 
Bruce Etheridge, Cash. 

Book Stores. 
Jones, O. J. 

Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Evans, Jos. A. 

Confectionery Dealers. 
Davenport. A. H. 
Fearing, W. B. 

Contractors and Builders. 
Gray, W. P. 

Chamber of Commerce. 
Gates, Dr. F. P., Pres. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 
Davis, C. W. 
Jennett, R. M. 

Department Stores. 
Manteo Supply So. 
Midgett & Daniels. 
Baum & Tarkington. 

Doctors. 
Gates. F. P. 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
Davis, Carson W. 
Jennett, R. M. 

Grocers. 
Baum & Tarkington. 
Griffin, S. A. 
Midgett, F. P. 

Insurance Agents. 
Jones, O. J. 

Lawyers. 
Dosher, S. L. 
Crisp, B. G. 

Painters. 
Brothers, W. J. 

Real Estate Agents. 
Meekins, Theo. S. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Ev<ins, James A. 

Wall Paper Dealers. 
Griffin, S. A. 

Mills 
Manteo Milling Co., W. R. Gray, Mgr. 



DAVIDSON COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, LEXINGTON. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), 29,404. 

Formed in 1823. Named in honor of General William Davidson. 

AREA — 600 square mles. . „„ „„_ 

Value of real estate, $5,469,273; value of personal property, $3, 90S, 735. 

Property listed in 1914, by whites, $9,224,639; by negroes, $153,369. 

NUMBER OF POLLS— White, 4,164; colored. 367. 

NUMBER OF POLLE— White, 4280; colored 387. 

TAX RATE — County purposes, 19c. on the $100; special, for schools, 2c. on the $100; 6c. on 
poll- for public roads, Alleghany, Abbotts Creek, Arcadia, Lexington, Thomasville, Boone, Mid- 
way,' Cotton Grove, Conrad Hill, Jackson Hill, Healing Springs, Tyro and Silver Hill town- 
sliii is 1-Oc 

PUBLIC ROADS— No miles. 500. Worked by taxation in Alleghaney, Abbotts Creek, Le>:- 
ington. Boone, Cotton Grove, Silver Hill, Arcadia, Midway, Conrad Hill, Jackson Hill, Healing 
Springs, Tyro and Thomasville townships, Other townships worked under Old State Law. 



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RAILROAD. TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Plea anl Groi Telephone Co., assessed value ! 

Muddy Creek Telephone Co., assessed value 

North State Telephone Co., assessed value 

Thomasville Light & Power Co., assessed value 

Carolina Railroad. 24.80 miles, assessed value 

Pied it Railway, 20.60 miles, assessed value 

Winston-Salem Southbound Railway, 37.20 miles, assessed value 

Pullman Co., assessed value 

Thomasville Telephone Co., assessed value 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 

Southern Power Co., assessed value 

\\ ■ in Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Lexington Telephone Co., assessed value 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 

Midway Telephone Co., assessed value 

Orinoco Telephone Co., assessed value 

Lee Telephone Co., assessed value 

Davidson Telephone Co., assessed value 

Enterprise Telephone Co., assessed value 

Kin h Fork Telephone Co., assessed value 

Fairmont-Silver Hill Telephone Co., assessed value 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— February 22, May 3, (civil). May 24, August 2, 
(civil). 



195, 

130. 

203. 

2,250, 

1,723.533. 

55,230. 

834,793 

5,288, 

1,755. 

11,252, 

41,077, 

37,333, 

4,629, 

4. SSI 

12,216, 

3,449, 

7S8. 

240 

220 

190 

155 

286 

625 

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COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OP COURT— C. E. Godwin, Lexing- 
ton; J. H. Moyer, Deputy, Lexington. 

SHERIFF— C. C. Shaw, Lexington. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— Walter S. Ander- 
son, Lexington. 

TREASURER — George McCarn. 

CORONER— E. F. Long, Denton. 

SURVEYOR— John W. May, Ilannersville. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— P. L. Feeyor, Lex- 
ington. 

SUPT OF HEALTH— E. J. Buchanan. Lex- 
ington. 

SUPT. OF HOME — J. W. Sexton, Lexington. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— H. S. Radeliff, 
Lexington; J. C. Ripple, Lexington, R. 4; C. W. 
stokes. Jackson Hill. 

COMMISSIONERS— A. M. Hiatt, Thomas- 
ville; D. S. Sieeloff, Lexington; A. C. Smith, 
Silver Hill. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— John W. Lam- 
beth, Thomasville; W. F. Thomason, R. L. 
McCrary, Lexington. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

ABBOTT'S CREEK TOWNSHIP— S. J. Fra- 
zier, D. S. Hoy worth, Wallburg. 

ALLEGHANY'— F. M. Cook. Bain; H. M. 
Loflin, Versailles; C. C. Cook. Newsom. 

ARCADIA — John F. Wilson, Lewis Reich, 
Charles Snider, Enterprise. 

BOONE — W. D. Simerson, Tobe Clement, 
Pink Williams, Rov Semerson, Linwood, R. 2. 

COTTON GROVE— A. W. Freezor, S. E. 
J. D. Lookabill, Z. T. Sharpe, Linwood, R. 2. 

CONRAD HILL— Oscar F. Hughes, Ilan- 
nersville; Allison Swing, Ed. Hedrick, Lex- 
ington, R. 2. 

EMMONS— U. A. Hedrick, Denton; Alex. 
Garner, Snider; A. Lee Sullivan, Thomasvlle, 
Rfd. 

HEALING SPRINGS— J. Haven, Lomox, Will 
R. Snider, Sam J. Smith, Silver Hill, R. 1. 

JACKSON HILL— T. S. Everhart, J. P. 
Elliott, Jackson Hill; J. L. Thompson, Lilac. 

LEXINGTON— Sam T. Berrier, J. F. Hed- 
rick, John H. Moyer, James Adderton, Lex- 
ington; E. S. Craver, Lexington, R. 1; Curran 
P. Craver, Lexington, R. 5 ; Wm. H. Nance, 
Lexington, R. 1. 

MIDWAY' J. M. Nifong, Enterprise; B. F. 

Charles, W. M. Clodfelter, Enterprise, R. 1. 

SILVER HILL— Grover C. Palmer, C. A. 
Hedrick, Silver Hill; E. L. Parks, Hyh Rock, 
R. 1. 

THOMASVILLE— E. F. Westmoreland, A. L. 
Shuler, L. B. Thomas, C. S. Payne, W. G. 
Fitzerald, Thomasville; J. W. Bowers, Thomas- 
ville, R. 3. 



TYRO— C. L. Hedrick, J. H. Lanning, IT. L 
Walser, Lexington, R. 5. 

YADKIN' COLLEGE— M. F. Phillips, Ed. L. 
Green, Yadkin College. 

REEDY' CREEK— Joseph Hege, Manuel 
Nifong, T. J. Y'ounts, Lexington, R. 4. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Fletcher, J. F. , Denton. 
Laffoon, W. J., High Point. 
Carrick, Thos., High Point. 
Henderson, G. W., Blaine. 
Lyerly, J. M. , Crescent. 
Reynolds, G. L. 
Trogden, Joel, Cid. 
Keller, O A.., Wallburg. 
Brasswell, D., Denton. 
Powell, H. L., Lexington. 
Newton, J. D., Thomasville. 

SCHOOLS NOT IN TOWNS. 
WALLBURG— John M. Cheek, Prin. 
Y'ADKIN COLLEGE— M... F. Phillips, Lexng- 
ton. 

CHURCHLAND— S. G. Hasty, Prin. 
TY'RO HIGH— R. E. Brooks, Prin. 
ARCADIA HIGH— S. L. Craver, Prin. 
DENTON HIGH— Geo. L. Reynolds. Prin. 
LINWOOD HIGH— J. W. Ingle, Prin. 
SOUTH MONT HIGH— J. Hall Johnson. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Anderson, A., Denton. 
Bulla, A. A., Jackson Hill. 
Cathel, J. E., Linwood. R. 1. 
Zimmerman, E. J., Lexington, R. 1. 
Mock, Prank, Lexington, R. 3. 
Zimmerman, R. U., Enterprise. 
Hill, Lee, Lexington, R. 4. 
Dimmette, J. A., Wallburg. 
Yokely, R. V., Lexington, R. 1. 
Plummer, A. L. , Denton. 
Y'ork, A. A., Linwood, R. 2. 
Yokeley, R. V., Lexington, R. 4. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Williamson, J. T., Yadkin College. 

Hobbs, J. D., Yadkin College. 

Hartley, J. A., Y'adkin College. 

Walser, J. W. , Lexington, R. 3. 

Hill, Ed., Lexington, R. 3. 

Bailey, J. B., Jubilee. 

Varner, D. R. . Versailles. 

Carrick, J. F., Silver Hill, R. 1. 

Hepler, D. H., Hannersville. 

Lomax, M. R., Jubilee. 

Morris, J. W., Handy. 

Craver & Zimmerman, Lexington, R. 1. 

Ripple, L. E., Lexington, R. 4. 

Tesh, Bros., Enterprise. 

Sink, Thos., Winston-Salem, R. 5. 



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Wilson, Jos., Winston-Salem. R. 5. 
Phillips, John R., Kemersville, R. 1. 
Hayworth, G. W. Wallburg. 
Clinard, D. T., Thomasville, R. 1. 
Hanner, A. P., Hannersville. 
Hedrick, Jcs., Lexington, R. 6. 
Beck, A. J., Cid. 
Lanier, N. W., Cid. 
Daniel, J. M., Denton. 
Bodgett, II. Val, Newsom. 
Morgan Bros., Newsom. 
Stokes, C. W., Jackson Hill. 
Elliott, Geo. I. J., Jackson Hill. 
Rogers, L. A. H., Silver Hill, R. 1. 
Daniels. Thos., High Rock. 
Fitzgerald & Roper, Limvood. 
Peacock, S. M., Southmont. 
Southmont Hardware Co., Southmont. 
Storer, O. E., Southmont. 
Vuncannon, T. G., Southmont. 

COTTON GINS. 

Earnhardt, J. W., Lexington. 

Byerly Bros., Lexington, R. 4. 

Fitzgerald, J. W., Linwood. 

Becker, C. L., & Co., Lexington, R. 3. 

Thompson, G. M., Co., Linwood, R. 1. 

Daniel Gin & Lumber Co., High Rock. 

Gruhh, H. C, Linwood, R. 1. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Hill, E., Reeds. 
Grimes Bros. , Lexington. 
Model Mills, Lexington. 
Younts, Frank, Lexington, Rfd. 
Miles, C, Denton. 
Feezor & Feezor, Southmont. 
Penringer, J. M., Linwood, R. 1. 
Hedrick. Alen. Lexington, R. 2. 
Swing Bros., Lexington, R. 2. 
Newsom Milling Co.. Newsom. 

SAW MILLS. 
Snider Lumber Co., Denton. 
Michael, Fritts & Co. 
Hepler & Miller. 
Walser & Walser. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Woff, Ruth P., High Point, R. 4. 
Neal, Lucia E., High Point, R. 4. 
Stone, Dasie Lee, High Point, R. 4. 
Layne, J. D., High Point, R. 4. 
Zimmerman, Dora, Wollburg. 
Teague, Etta, Wollburg. 
Rominger, Etta, Wollburg. 
White, Gennie, Kemersville. 
White, Adelaid, Kemersville. 
Hawkins, Mary, Newsom. 
Stokes, Maggie, Newsom. 
Surratt, M. K, Versails. 
Loftin, M. L., Bain. 
Evans, Lottie, Lexington, R. 4. 
Evans, Perl, Lexington, R. 4. 
Weisner, R. F., Welcome. 
Roper, Edna, Clemmons, R. 2. 
Nifong, L. G., Winston-Salem, R. 4. 
Hege, Mary, Lexington, R. 4. 
Hege, Dora, Lexington, R. 4. 
Sinder, E. L., Jubilee, R. 1. 
Williams, Mary, Jubilee, R. 1. 
Wilson, Gennive, Linwood. 
Hasty, S. G., Linwood. 
Carter, J. F., Linwood. 
Atkins, Nora, Linwood. 
Molsinger, Lula, Linwood. 
Michael, Keui, Jubilee. 
Hilliard, W. H., Jubilee. 
Grimes, R. M., Lexington, R. 2. 
Laler, Ora, Lexington, R. 2. 
Younts, Stella, Lexington, R. 2. 
Laler, Chester, Lexington, R. 2. 
Sheer, Essie, Thomasville, R. 3. 
Teague, Hattie, Thomasville, R. 3. 
Everhart, Carrie. Thomasville, R. 4. 
Thompson, A.' W. Hannersville. 
Younts, Ethel, Hannersville. 
Hall, J. H., Southmont. 



Layton, Georgie, Southmont. 

Johnson, Mary, Southmont. 

Craver, C. R., Lexington, R. 5. 

McKlveen, J. V., Linwood. 

Strickland, Elva. 

Siiss.T. Bessie L., Linwood. 

Smith, Annie, Lexington, R. 2. 

Rogers, Gennie, Denton. 

Smith, J. E., Denton. 

Russell, R. M., Denton. 

Dorsett, Linnie, Denton. 

Hamner, Francis, Denton. 

Gallimore, Arthur, Denton. 

Beck, O. G. 

Ridge, Earnest, Cid. 

Addams, Ella. Cid 

Feezor, Kate. Hannersville. 

Ingram, T. W., Flora. 

Hege, Joe L., Clemruons, R. 2. 

Carrick, J. A., High Rock. 

Briggs, Emma, High Rock. 

Angle, Nina, High Rock, R. 2. 

Newcom, L. A., Denton. 

Surratt, W. B., High Rock. 

Hodges, Edna, Jackson Hill. 

Thompson, Alis, Handy. 

Harris, R. C. . Lexington. 

Riffle, Lena, Mrs., Lexington, R. 4. 

Zimmema, Et'ael, Lexington, R. 4. 

Crows, May, Lexington, R. 2. 

Fultz, Lelia, Lexington, R. 2. 

Wilson, J. F., Lexington, R. 4. 

Abernathy, Perl, High Rock. 

Addams, Bettie, Lexington, R. 6. 

Beck, Robert, Lexington, R. 2. 

Hulin, Minnie. Lexington, R. 2. 
Beck, Bessie E., Lexington, R. 6. 
Hill. Cora E., Lexington, R. 6. 
Loler, Harvey, Lexington R. 6. 
Hedrick, Betta, Lexington, R. 6. 
Bowers, J. W., Thomasville, R. 4. 
Bowers, Daisy, Thomasville, R. 4. 

Black, Harry W.. Thomasville, R. 3. 

Senter, Lillian, Thomasville, R. 3. 

Thomas, Ivy G., Thomasville, R. 3. 
Underwood, Lula. Thomasville. R. 3. 

Hunt. Minnie, Thomasville, R. 1. 
Leonard, Myrtle. Thomasville, R. 1. 

Yokley, John H., Lexington, R. 1. 

Rotterock, C. W., Thomasville, R. 2. 

Clinard, Bessie, Thomasville, R. 2. 

Barnes, N. W. , Thomasville R. 2. 

Long, Mittie, Thomasville, R. 2. 

Sintsing, E. W., Thomasville, R. 2. 

Brooks, — . — ., Lexington, R. 5. 

Richard, Grace, Linwood. 

Ellis, Lola, Linwood. 

Williams, Minnie, Jubilee. 

Leonard, John W. . Lexington, R. 5. 

( Lodfelter, Daisy, Lexington, R. 3. 

Sink. B. F., Lexington, R. 3. 

Hunt, Minnie, Lexington, R. 3. 

Jones, Mainey, Lexington. 

Link, J. S., Lexington, R. 4. 

Evans, N. L., Lexington. 

Thompson, Alis, Lexington. 

Surratt, D. T., Lexington, R. 3. 

Elliott, Blanche, Lexington, R. 3. 

Shoaf, R. H, Lexington. 

Hinkle, Ada, Welcome. 

Sink, J. Carl, Lexington, R. 4. 

Link, Exie, Lexington, R. 4. 

Yokley, Cas. M., Lexington, R. 1. 

Stone, W. S., Lexington, R. 1 

Trouttran. A. M., Lexington. 

Jones, Allen, Lexington. 

Black, Addie, Lexiiytcn, R. 5. 

Hege, J. H.. Lexington, R. 1. 

Nifong, J. M.. Win ton-Salem, R. 4. 

Smith", Esther, Winston-Salem, R. 4. 

Evans, H. L., Wallburg. 

Matsinger, Carrie, Winston -Salem, R. 5. 

Malsinger, Lelia, Winston-Salem, R. 5. 

Hege, Annie, Welcome. 

Hege, Ollie, Welcome. 

Smith, Lake. Winston-Salem, R. 5. 



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DAVIDSON (UL'XTY 



Klffle, Lizzie, Lexington, It. 4. 

Charles, Annie, Yadkin College. 

Leonard. Hubert, Lexington E. 3. 

Green, Mary Lee, Yadkin College. 

Wood, V. C, Thomasvllle, R. 3. 

Fack. T. D., Thomasville R. 3. 

I'raziir. Malicdth, Lexington. 

Harris, Rosa, Lexington, 

LEXINGTON GRADED SCHOOL— O. V. 
Woosley, Supt.. Maud McGee, Mary l'ritehard, 
Laura Efrid, Mrs. Anna Turnley, Mrs. H. S. 
Radellff, Mary McKeether, Pauline Palmer, 
Ida Hedrlck, Elizabeth, Pllson, Nannie Fulton, 
Allene Godwin, Raxie Sheets, Edna McCrary, 
Allie Hutchison. 

THOMAS VI I l.i: GRADED SCHOOLS— J. N. 
Hauss, Supt, Mary Green, Fechsia Marshbanks, 
Lillian Yow, Louise Alexander, Mary, Hill Mc- 
culloch. Nannie Flinton, Sara, McCulloch, 
Floye Hutcherson, Kathleen Hall, Mary Rich- 
ardson, Katherine Haskin. 



LEXINGTON. 



Popvdation, 1914: 7,100. 

White polls, 539; colored polls, 80. 

Value real estate, $908,234; value personal 
property $637,005. 

TAX RATE: $1.30 on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $168,000 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— Chas. Y'oung. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— W. A. Hartness. 

TREASURER— J. T. Hedrick. 

TAX COLLECTOR— Earl Holmes. 

STANDARD-KEEPER— Chas. E. Weaver. 

ATTORNEY— E. E. Raper. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— D. J. Hill. 

POSTMASTER— D. F Conrad. 

RECORDER— P. V. Crltcher. 

SOLICITOR— J. F. Spurill. 

R. R. AGENT— L. F. Barr, Southern; L. L- 
Barbee, Southbound. 

EXPRESS AGENT— H. I. Lopp. 

TELEGRAPH MANAGERS— Chas. Patterson, 
W. U. ; C. D. Davis, Postal. 

TELEPHONE MANAGER— Will Harris, Lex- 
ington, Telp. Co. 

Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— J- M. Hamrick, Pastor. 

EPISCOPAL — Rev. T. Andrews, Rector. 

LUTHERAN — V. Y. Boozer, Pastor. 

METHODIST— A. W. Plyler, Pastor. 

PRESBY'TERIAN— W. A. Daniel. 

REFORMED— J. C. Leonard, Pastor. 

METnODIST PROTESTANT— H. L. Powell, 
Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 

GRADED— O. V. Woosley, Prin. 

Hotels, Boarding Houses and Restaurants. 

Leonard's Cafe. 

Thomas' Cafe. 

Wilson's Cafe. 

New March. 

Central. 

Davis, Mrs. Amanda. 

Hanner, Mrs. W. B. 

Trice, Mrs. C. W. 

Earnhart, Miss Alice. 

Architects. 

Harbin, W. Lee. 

Banks and Bankers. 

BANK OF LEXINGTON— G. W. Montcastle, 
Pres. ; W. H. Mendenhall, Cash. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LEXINGTON 
— Dermot Shermvell, Pres. ; J. E. Foy, Cash. 

COMMERCIAL & SAVINGS BANK— J. W. 
McCrary, Pres. ; J. T. Deadrick, Cash. ; J. Ad- 
derton, Ass't Cash. 



Bakers. 
Lexington Bakery. 

Butchers and Dealers In Cattle. 

Everhart, G. W. 
Hammer, J. II. 
Everhart Bros. 
Green, .1. W. 
Young, Chas. 
Pickett Brothers. 

Ciubs. 
Iroquois. 
Elks. 

Cotton and Hosiery Mills. 
Dacotah. 

Winnonah, No. 1. 
Winnonah, No. 2. 
Nokomis. 
Erlanger Cotton Mills. 

Contractors and Builders. 

Harbin, W. Lee. 
Eanes, T. S. 
Tussey, J. W. 
Smith, Griff. 
Ford, A. L. 
Cecil, D. K. 
Butler, W. V. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 
Lexington Ice & Coal Co. 
Hayes, Henry. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 
Penry, W. G. Co. 
Thompson Co., The Fred. 
Ward Co., The J. F. 
Superior Tailoring Co. 
Fletcher Bros. 
Penny, W. G. Co. 
Green & Rothrock. 
Woodruff's Shoe Store. 

Cotton Gins. 
Earnhardt, J. W. 

Dentist. 
Riley, J. M. 
Reynolds, R. L. 
Kibler, W. L. 

Druggists. 
Lexington Drug Co. 
Smith, J. B., Co. 

Doctors. 
Vestal, W. J. 
Buchanan, E. J. 
Hill, D. J. 
Clodfelter, C. M. 
Terry, J. R. 

Theatres. 
The Princess. 
The Lyric. 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
Penry, W. G. Co. 
Hankins, J. K. 
Ward, J. F., Co. 
Thompson Co., The Fred. 
Smith, J. C. 
Adderton, Geo. A. 
Lopp, W. F. 

Variety Stores. 
Sweet-Workman Co., 5. 10 and 25 Cetil 
Store. 
Barnes Variety Store. 

Millinery. 
Judd, E. M. & A. V., Misses. 

Fertilizer Dealers. 
Owen, S. L., & Co. 
Grimes Bros. 



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Grocers. 
Moffitt. W. H. 
Pickett Bros. 
Owen Co., S. L. 

Lexington Grocery Co. (Wholesale). 
Crawford-McGriff Gro. Co. (Wholesale). 
Messic, J. W. 
Michael & Parker. 
Lopp Bros. 
Leonard, R. L. 
Sink, A. L. 
Myers, Vance. 
Tussey & Green. 
Tussey & Koontz. 
Smith & Co. 
Bates, H. A. 
Finch Brothers. 

Fish and Oyster Dealers. 
Clodfelter, Dupree. 
Hamner, Joseph. 

Foundries and Iron Works. 
Thompson Sons, C. M. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Piedmont Furniture Co. 
Lexington, H. F. G. Co. 
McCrary Furniture Co. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Lexington Hardware Co. 
Manning Hardware Co. 

Insurance Agents. 
Montcastle & Mendenhall. 
Shemwell & Foy. 
Craven, E. B. 
Radcliff, H. S. 

Jewelers. 
Sheets. A. E., & Co. 

Laundries. 
Lexington Steam Laundry. 

Lawyers. 
Raper. E. E. 
Walser & Walser. 
Phillips & Bower. 
McCrary & McCrary. 
Williams, S. E. 
Robbins. F. C. 
Spruill, Frank. 
Critcher & Vann. 

Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 
Thompson's Sons, C. M. 
Patterson Lumber Co. 
Valley Tie & Lumber Co. 

Marble Works. 
Hege, H. J. 

Machinery Dealers. 
McCrary, R. L. 
Crouse, Geo. W. 
Young, Charles. 
Hedrick, J. F. 

Painters. 
McCrary, Frank. 
Smith, J. W. 

Produce. 
Miller, R. B., & Son. 

Plumbers. 
Home Plumbing Co. 

Photographers. 
Dunwick & Son. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
DISPATCH (Weekly)— H. B. Varner, Editor. 
SOUTHERN GOOD ROADS (Monthly)— H. 
B. Varner, Editor, A. L. Fletcher, Managing 
Editor. 

Real Estate Agents. 
Finch, S. W. 
Shemwell, Dermott. 
Walser, J. G., Land Co. 
Hub Land Co. 
Park Land Co. 
Southbound Investment Co. 

Liverymen and Dealers in Horses. 
Brendle, W. F. 
Smith. A. L., & Co. 
Hedrick, J. F. 
Myers Livery Co. 



Millers. 
Grimes Bros. 
Model Mills. 

Shingle Dealers. 
Ward, E. M. 
Thompson, C. M. 

Tailors. 
Bender, E. M. 
Spanola, F. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
McCrary, J. W. 
Piedmont Furniture Co. 
Lexington House Furnishing Co. 
Wall Paper Dealers. 
McCrary, Frank. 
Smith, J. W. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Elk Furniture Co. 
Dixie Furniture Co. 
Lexington Upholstering Co. 
Lexington Repair Shops. 
Lexington Chair Co. 
Sheets, T. M., & Co. (Pumps.) 
Snider Upholstery Co. 
Lexington Excelsior Co. 
Lexington Mirror Co. 
Peerless Mattress Co. 

Lexington Garage (Manufacturing Machinists). 
Lee Veneer Co. 

Thompson, C. M., & Sons (Sash, Doors and 
Blinds). 

Siceloff Manufacturing Co. (Overalls). 
Kinney Hair Tonic Co. 



THOMASVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1802. 

Founder 1 of Thomasville- — Hon. John W. 
Thomas. 1852. 

Population. 1914 — white, 4,047; colored, 784. 

Vnlue of real estate and personal property, 
$1,154,000. 

TAX RATE: Schools, 40c; water and sew- 
erage, 50c; municipal, 60c: poll, $3.00. 

Bonded indebtedness, $125,000. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— C. M. Hoover. 

BOARD OF ELDERMEN— J. W. Boyles. J. 
W. Peacock, A. H. Ragan, A. L. Sullivan, E. 
T. Reams. 

CLERK— F. E. Sigman. 

POSTMASTER— C. L. Harris. 

TKEASUKElt— A. H. Rogers. 

RECORDER'S COURT— D. C. McRoe. Re- 
corder; P. S. Vann, Solicitor; J. B. May, 
Court Officer; F. E. Sigman, Clerk. 

SUPT. WATER & SEWERAGE— J. W. Mal- 
lard. 

R. R. AGENTS— C. C. Pritchard, Southern; 
W. R. Steel, Caro. & Yadkin River. 

TELEGRAPH MANAGERS— Miss M. B. 
Labrage, W. U. ; W. F. Meador, Postal. 

MANAGER TELEPHONE— J. F. Hayden, 
Thomasville Telep. Co. 

Ministers and Churches. 

METHODIST— D. M. Litaker, North 
Thomasville; J. B. Tabor, Pastors. 

UAl'TIST— G. A. Martin. Pastor. 

METHODIST PROTESTANT— Jesse Pritch- 
ard, Pastor. 

REFORMED— J. B. Swartz. 

PRESBYTERIAN— C. II. Phipps, Pastor. 
* Schools and Academies. 

GRADED— J. N. Hauss, Prin. 

BAPTIST ORP HANAG E— Officers : 

Pres. Board of Trustees — F. P. Hobgood. 

Sec. Board of Trustees — Thos. Carrick. 

General Manager — M. L. Kestler. 

Treasurer — S. II. Everitt. 

Lady Manager — Eulalia Turner. 

Trin. of School — Nannie Edwards. 

Matrons and Teachers — -7. 

No. of children in Orphanage, 54. 

Manager Shoe Department — Samuel Thompson. 



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Manager Prlntng Department — C. M. Howell. 
Manager Truck Farm— B. F. Crutchfleld. 
Manager Woodworking Dept. — Mark Stone. 
Stenographer and Bookkeeper — Sallie Mc- 
Cracken. 

Orplinnago Physician — Dr. J. E. Hobgood. 
Manas i Laundry Dept. — Miss Calloway. 
Manager Sewing Dept. — Mrs. M. B. Huett. 

Banks and Bankers. 

THE BANS OF THOMASVILLE— J. L. Arm- 
fleld, Pres. : Zed Grtfflth, Cash. 

TIIIT FIRST NATIONAL— C. F. Lambeth, 
Pres.; A. it. Ragan, Cash.; C. H. Newby, Ass't 
Cash. 

Barbers. 

Hooks, C. C. 

Hardy. G. F. 

Ensley, Lee. 

Contractors and Builders. 

Swlggert, A. M. 

Ritchie, M. L. 

Cecil, P. S. 

White, D. P. 

White, Wilson. 

Valentine, J. T. 

Seagraves, Eugene. 

Hampton, M. K. 

Real Estate Dealers. 

Citizens Ins. & Realty Co. 
Thomas, Chas. R. 
Armfltld, J. L. 



Doctors. 



Dentists. 



Ragan, A. H. 

Julian, C. A. 
Peacock, J. W. 
Mock, J. H. 
Bowers, M. A. 

Hobgood, J. E. 

Rothrock, J. M. 
Crews, R. W. 

Druggists. 
Thomas, C. R. 
Thomasville Drug Co. 
Harville Drug Co. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Star Furniture Co. 
Green, J. C. 

Fertilizer Dealers. 
Harris, T. F., & Son. 
Elliott, L. W. 

Decorator and Painters. 
Swicegood, 0. E. 
Clements, N. R., & Morton. 

Pool Room. 
Hardy, G. F., Owner. 

Pressing Club. 
Rabe. C. J. 
Carter, John. 

Jewelry Stores. 
Pegg, E. A. 
Brown, C. N. 

General Merchandise. 
Morris, J. M., & Son. 
Elliott, L. W. 
Moore Bros. 
Stone Co. 

Tomlinson Grocery Co. 
Green, J. C. 
Star Furniture Co. 
Fife, Miss E. C. 
Harris, T. F., & Son. 
Brewer, H. B., & Co. 
Sugar; Jacob. 
Thomasville Cash Store. 
Carter, J. J. 
Clark. L. R. 
Mangum, Miss R. L. 
Motter, J. H. 
Burgin, Co. 
Saleeby, N. J. 



Grocers. 

Cornell, D. R. 

Tomlinson Grocery Co. 

Beck & Hall. 

Turner, ('. M. 

Foster & Small. 

Sigh Point Grocery Co. (Wholesale). 

Long, D. A. 

Motter, J. II. 

Saleeby, N. J. 

Barton, George. 

Williams & Workman. 

White, I. T. 

llawville. R. L. 

City Cafe. 

Sullivan Bros. 

Chodfelter, J. E. 

Bverhardt Bros. 

Jones, J. I. 

Burkhart & Myres. 

Royles & Hardy. 

Johnson, C. E. 

Binkley, J. L. 

Fonts, A. A. 

Clubs. 

Thomasville Shooting Club. 

( ledar Lodge. 

Davidson County Shooting Club. 

Rich Fork Shooting Club. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 
Burgin Co. 

People's Mercantile Co. 
Gate; & Boggs. 
Suyor, Jacob. 
Koblos Clothing Co. 
Kress L. A. 
Motter, J. H. 

Hardware. 
Crutchfleld Hardware Co. 
Thomasville Hardware Co. 

Hotels and. Boarding Houses. 

Mock Hotel. 
Hotel Layrond, 
Wyche, Mrs. J. E. 
Kanoy, S. L. 
The Elms. 

Building & Loan Association. 

People's B. & L. Association — A. H. Ragan, 
Pres.; C. R. Thomas, Vice-President; T. E. 
Jennings, Sec. & Treas. 

Lawyers. 

Critcher & Vann. 

Parham, B. W. 

McRae, Donnell C. 

Light and Power Companies. 
Southern Public Utilities Co. 

Livery Stables. 
Mock, J. H. 
Wagner, B. B. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
THE DISPATCH (Lexington)— C. R. Thomas, 
Editor Thomasville Department. 

CHARITY AND CHILDREN (Weekly)— A. 
Johnson, Editor. 

THE TIMES (Weekly)— J. F. Westmoreland, 
Editor. 

Plumbers. 

Rapp, Henry. 
Thomasvlle Hardware Co. 
Thomas, L. B. 

Insurance Agents. 
Armfield & Myers. 
Thomasville Realty & Trust Co. 
Mutual Benefit Ins. Co. 
Southern Life Ins. Co. 
Cochrane, G. T. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Green, J. C. 



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Wood ana Coal Dealers. 

Thomasville Holler Mills. 

Bishop, M. E., & Son. 

Turner, Curtiss. 

Rothrock, M. It. 

Boyles, J. W. 

Thomasville Coal & Wood Co. 

Stone, C. W. 

Manufacturing Plants. 

Standard Chair Co., Nos. 1, 2, and 3. 

Thomasville Chair Co. 

Thomasville Spoke Works. 

Amaon Cotton Mills. 

Bard Lumber Manufacturing Co. 

Lee Manufacturing Co. 

Thomasville Furniture Co. 

Thomasville Veneer-Panel Co. 

Queen Chair Co. 

Lambeth Furniture Co. 

Cramer Furniture Co. 1, 2 and 3. 

Jewel Cotton Mills. 

Catus Shoe &. Bicycle Co. 

Everhart Machine Co. 

Thomasville Bottling Co. 

Southern Public Utilities Co. 

Thomasville Poller Mills. 

Thomasville Brick Works. 

Glenn Anna Milling Co. 

Gray Concrete Works. 

Hughes & Pearce Lumber Co. 

Peterson's Excelsior Pad Plant. 

City Markets. 
Beck, W. M. 
Lowe, T. L. 
May, W. S. 
Johnson, C. E. 

Garages. 

Morris Motor Co. 
Harris, H. D. 

Moving Picture Shows. 
Lee Amusement Co., J. W. Prevo. 

Cobblers. 
Catus, R. E. 
Sugg, M. L. 
Fitchett, T. E. 
Thompson, F. M. 



YADKIN COLLEGE. 

Incorporated in 1863. 
Population, 1910: 250. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— Ed. L. Green. 
TREASURER— J. T. Williams, Sr. 
POSTMASTER— Mrs. Flora Dale. 

Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST PROTESTANT— A. H. Powell, 
rastor. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL, SOUTH— J. W. 
Ingle. 

Schools and Academies. 
YADKIN COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE— W. T. 
Totten, Prin. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Totten, W. T. 
Dale, Mrs. T. S. 

Architects. 
Phillips, M. F. 

Telephones. 
Yadkin College Telephone Co. 

Boot and Shoe Shops. 
Garrett, B. P. 

Contractors and Builders. 
Phillips, M. F. 

General Merchandise. 
Williamson, J. T. 
Hartley, J. A. 
Hobbs, Daniel, W. 
Walser, J. W. 
Jordan, T. L. 



Photographers. 
Grubb, W. C. 

Saw Mills. 
Owen, Ed. L. 

Tobacco Factories. 
(In in, Rea. & Co. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Garrett, B. P. (Shop and Grist Mill.) 
Byerly, W. M. (Cotton Gin and Mill.) 

Physicians: 
Meack, T. L. 
Greene, G. V. 

Inventors and Mechanics. 
Gentle, R. B. 



DENTON. 

Incorporated in 1907. 

Population, 1914: White, 615; colored 6 
total, 621. 

Value real estate, $100,000; value personal 
property, $75,000. 

TAX RATE: 33 l-3c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— L. A. Smitl). 
POLICEMAN— Lendo Hill. 
ALDERMEN— W. W. Russell, P. M. Parks. J 
D. Lilly, C. W. Morris, B. J. Harrison. 
POSTMASTER— J. Earl Varner. 
R. R. AGENT— B. J. Harrison. 

Ministers and Churches. 

METHODIST— J. E. Parker, Pastor. 
METHODIST PROTESTANT— Geo. L. Rey 
nolds, Pastor. 

BAPTIST— J. F. Fletcher. 

Schools and Academies. 

STATE HIGH— P. C. Callum, Prin. 
DENTON M. P. HIGH— Geo. L. Reynolds. 
Prin. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Red Spring Boarding House. 
Cameron Hotel. 

Banks and Bankers 
BANK OF DENTON— B. J. Harrison, Pres. . 
W. E. Boon, Cash. 

Doctors. 

Long, E. F. 
Anderson, A. 
Plummer, A. L. 



Dsntists. 



Anderson, B. R. 

Merchants. 
Hill Hardware Co. 
Piedmont Furniture Co. 
Anderson, B. R. 
Laning, A. W. 
Peacock, B. A. 
Daniels. J. M. 
Russell & Davis. (Millinery.) 
Denton Mercantile Co. 
Gibson & Johnson. 
Pierce, J. P.. 
Iledrick & Carroll. 
Goodman, E. 

Manufacturing Plants. 

1 >' linn Roller Mills. 
Denton Lumber Co. 
Hugh & Price Lumber Co. 
Freeman's Molding Plant. 
I >' nion Chair Co. 
Smith, L. A., Brick Plant. 

Livery Stables. 
Daniels, J. M. 
Sexton, J. T. 
Sheets, L. A. 



1SS 



DAVIE COUNTY 



DAVIE COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, MOCKSVILLE. 



I'niTl.ATlnN (Census 1910), 13,394 

Formed in 1S3T. Named in honor of General Wm. K. Davie. 
AREA — 264 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $1, 735, 951 ; value of personal property $1,352,565. 
Property listed In 1914, by whites, $2,996,252; by negroes. $92,258. 
M MISKK OF SCHOOLS— For whites, 40; for negroes, 12. 

TAX KATE — County purposes. State, 27 2-3c. ; school, 20c; special school, 6c; county, 
19c; special county, 2 2-3c ; road, 20c; poll $2.60; bridge, 5 2-3c. ; court house and jail 5c 
County bonded debt. $170,000. 

I'I'BLIC ROADS— Number miles, 200. Worked by taxation. 
RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Rural Telephone Co., assessed value $ 259.00 

Cooleemee Telephone Co., assessed value 617.00 

North Carolina Midland Railroad, 17.68 miles, assessed value 362,437.35 



Southern Bell Telepsone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 

Mocksville Telephone Co.. assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Co. , assessed salue 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— February 22, August 30, November 15, 1915. 



1,552.00 

3,209.00 

500.00 

1.404.10 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— A. T. Grant, Mocksville. 
SHERIFF— John H. Sprinkle, Mocksville. .. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— J. S. Daniel, 
Mocksville. 

TREASURER— J. L. Sheek, Mocksville. 

CORONER— W. D. Foster. Mocksville, R. 4. 

SURVEYOR — Paul Nance, Mocksville. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— J. W. Rodwell. 
Mocksville. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— E. P. Bradley, Mocks- 
ville. 

SUPT. OF HOME— J. M. Seamon, Mocks- 
ville, R. 5. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— P. W. Harriston, 
(chm'n). Advance, R. 2; A. W. Ellis, Farming- 
ton; S. A. Woodruff, Mocksville, R. 3. 

COMMISSIONERS— J. F. Rutledge, Mocks- 
ville; Jas. McGuire, Mocksville; M. C. James, 
Calahaln, R. 1. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— Jacob Stewart, 
(chm'n), J. G. Peebles, T. N. Chaffln, Mocks- 
»ille. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

MOCKSVILLE TOWNSHIP— V. E. Swaim, 
W. J. H. Cain, Mocksville. 

CLARKSVILLE— T. M. Smith, J. F. Click. 
Mocksville. . 

JERUSALEM— John M. Blount, J. D. Coin, 
Cooleemee; C. H. Grimes, Cooleemee; W. S. 
Green, Cooleemee; P. S. Stewart, H. H. 
Swicegood, Mocksville. 

SHADY GROVE— H. T. Smithdeal, Advance; 

C. B. Carter, Advance, R. 2. 

CALAHALN— T. C. Sheets, Bixby; J. H. 
Boyd, Calahaln; N. S. Gaither, Calanhaln, R. 
1; T. M. Anderson, Calanhaln. 

FULTON— J. B. Williams, A. M. Foster, 
Advance, R. 2; G. W. Minor, Advance, K. 2. 
FARMINGTON— R. D. Griffin, E. C. Smith, 

D. F. Taylor, J. W. Walker, Advance, R. 1; 
C. Y. Swearmgen Bend. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 
BAPTIST— W. R. Davis, Cooleemee. 
CHRISTIAN— M. A. Foster, Mocksville, R. 4. 
HOLINESS— S. M. Stikeleather, Hominy. 



SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 
FARMINGTON— Fred B. Yoder, Prin. 
COOLEEMEE— J. T. Cobb, Prin. 
FORK CHURCH— Not supplied. 
CANA — P. C. Woosley, Prin. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Byerly, Baxter, Cooleemee. 
Martin, J. F., Advance, R. 2. 
Watkins, Thos. T., Advance. 
Spease, W. P., Cooleemee. 
Griffith, Dr., Farmington. 
Cain, J. M., Calahan. 
Nicholson. C. R., Mocksville. R. 5. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Cook, G. Z., Yadkin Valley. 
Walls, O. C. Co., Cooleemee. 
Young, C. C, Cooleemee. 
Green, W. S., Cooleemee. 
Swink, Lee, Cooleemee. 
Ledford Co., Cooleemee. 
Dwiggins, A. A., Mocksville. 
Dedmon, C. P., Cooleemee. 
Lowery, D. L., Mocksville, R. 5. 
Koonce & Foster, Mocksville, R. 5. 
Green, Sanford, Mocksville. 
Harris, H. W., & Co., Mocksville, R. 4. 
Foster & McCulloh, Mocksville, R. 4. 
James, Thos., Mocksville, R. 3. 
Foster, J. H., Advance, R. 1. 
Davis & Son, Mocksville, R. 3. 
Hyde & Davis. Mocksville, K. 3. 
Davis &. Smith, Mocksville, R. 3. 
Foster, A. M., Mocksville, R. 3. 
Wood & Mock, Advance, R. 1. 
Allen, H., Advance. R. 1. 
Green, J. G., Advance, R. 1. 
Potts & Johns, Advance, R. 1. 
Call, W. L., Mocksville. 
Graham, G. H., Farmington. 
James, W. F., Farmington. 
Foote. W. H., Cana. 
Grant, Annie P. (Millinery), Mocksville. 
McClamroch. Rufus, Cana. 
Collete, Bros., Cana. 
Smith, T. M.. Calahan, R. I. 
Kurfus & Granger. 
Powell, Carl, Cana, R. 1. 
Steelman, B. R., Mocksville, R. 2. 
Foster. S. T., & Co., Mocksville. R. 4. 



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COTTON GINS. 

P.ailey, W. A., Advance. 

Davis Bros., Mocksville, R. 3. 

Tutterow, H. F., Mocksville, K. 5. 

Sheek, J. L., Mocksville. 

Green. J. P., & Co., Mocksville. 

Daniel. Jonas. Mocksville, R. 4. 

Hendrix, T. J., Mocksville, R. 4. 

Lefler & Wall, Cooleemee. 

heller & Foster, Mocksville. R. 4. 

Daniel A. Everhardt. Mocksville, R. 4. 

Wall, O. C. Co., Cooleemee. 

Erwin Cotton Mills. Cooleemee. 

Daniel & Everhardt, Mocksville, R. 4. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Horn-Johnson Co., Mocksville. 

Bailey & Bailey, Advance. 

Davis Bros., Mocksville, R. 3. 

Booe, Jas., Cana. 

Ellis, A. W., Farmington. 

Green, J. P., & Co., Mocksville. 

Stroud. Jas., Mocksville, R. 5. 

Ketchie, W. R., & feon. Mocksville, R. 5. 

Cooleemee Co., Cooleemee. 

SAW MILLS. 
Ellis. A. W. , Farmington. 
Peebles, T. M., Cana. 
Craven, C. C. Mocksville. 
Ketchie, W. R., Mocltsville, R. 5. 
Tutterow, H. F., Mocksville. 
Lefler & Foster. Mocksville. R. 3. 
Davis & Sons, Mocksville. R. 3. 
Seaford Bros., Mocksville. 
Sparkes, J. L.. Mocksville, R. 3. 
Everhardt & Co.. Mocksville. 
Hendrix. T. J., Mocksville, R. 4. 
Poster. M. A.. Mocksville, R. 4. 
Whitaker, T. P.. Calahaln. 
Dyson & Anderson, Calahaln. 
Wood. A. C, Advance. 
McClamroch, C. L., Mocksville. 
Horn. W. B., Mocksville. 
McCulloch, D. F. Mocksville. 
Smith, Charles, Pino. 
Bowden, H. F. , Advance. R. 1. 
Hobson, W. H., Mocksville, R. 4. 
Hall. T. J.. Mocksville, R. 4. 
Peoples, T. M., Mocksville. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Stroud. D. R. Mocksville, R. 1. 
Wootcn, Mary, Mocks wille, R. 1. 
Ferebee, J. G., Mocksville, R. 1. 
Smith, Duo, Calahaln. 
Nance, P. H., Cana. 
Gray, Inez, Cana. 
Meroney, Sophie, Cana. 
Corl, Emma, Cana. 
Driver, Oscar Cana. 
Heath, Daisy, Advance R. 1. 
Crouse, Delia, Advance R. 1. 
McMahan. Margaret, Advance, R. 1. 
Brown, Helen, Farmington. 
Ward, Lola, Mocksville, R. 2. 
Rollins, Ruth, Advance, R. 2. 
Latham, C. S., Advance, R. 2. 
Brown, Margaret, Advance, R. 2. 
Essie, J. F., Mocksville, R. 3. 
Martin, Lelia, Mocksville, R. 3. 
Barron, Elveree, Mocksville, R. 4. 
Rollins, Rebecca, Mocksville, R. 4. 
Hutchins, C. G., Mocksville, R. 4. 
Shutt, Alma, Mocksville, R. 4. 
Barber, Mary, Cooleemee. 
Alston, Susie, Cooleemee. 
Ivey, Lottie, Cooleemee. 
Lefler, Elsie, Cooleemee. 
Bost. Mannie, Mrs., Cooleemee. 
Eaton, Alpha, Mocksville, R. 2. 
James, Georgie, Mocksville, R. 2. 
Miller, Carolyne, Mocksvivlle. 
Wetmore, T. B., Advance. 



Grabs, Grace, Advance. 

Lefler, Mabel, Advance, R. 2. 

Faircloth, Annie, Bixby. 

Mock, L. B.. Advance, R. 1. 

Leonard, Mrs. A. M. Mocksville, R. 3. 

Leonard, Mary, Mocksville, R. 3. 

Bitzer, W. T., Farmington. 

Yandell, J. L. , Cooleemee. 

McGeown, H. H., Mocksville. 

Highman, Mary. Mocksville. 

Gaither, Sara, Mocksville. 

Clements, Linda, Mocksville. 

Owen, Rosa, Mocksville. 



MOCKSVILLE. 

Population, 1910: 1,200. White polls, 121; 
colored polls, 31. 

Value real estate, $285,057; value personal 
property, $220,177. 

TAX RATE: 75c. on the $100; $2.25 on the 
poll. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— V. C. Swain. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— Sam Binkley. 

CLERK— F. M. Johnson. 

TREASURER— F. M. Johnson. 

TAX COLLECTOR— Sam Binkley. 

ATTORNEY— T. B. Bailey. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— J. W. Rodwell. 

POSTMASTER— E. E. Hunt. 

R. R. AGENT— G. A. Allison, Southern. 

EXPRESS AGENT— G. A. Allison, Southern. 

TELEGRAPH MANAGER— G. A. Alison. 

TELEPHONE MANAGER— L. G. Horn. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAFTIST— Walter E. Wilson, Pastor. 
EPISCOPAL— S. J. M. Brown, Rector. 
METHODIST— R. M. Hogle, Pastor. 
PRESBYTERIAN— E. P. Bradley, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Swicegood Hotel. 
Holman, Mrs. Kate. 

Banks and Bankers. 
THE BANK OF DAVIE— J. F. Moore, Cash. 
MERCHANTS AND FARMERS BANK—]!. 
O. Morris, Cash. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
Poplin, Jas. M. 
Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 
Clement, J. L. 
Davis, Tom., & Co. 
Green, J. P., & Co. 
Walker Bros. 
Call, W. L. 
McGlamory, A. M. 

Butchers and Dealers In Cattle. 
Wilson, R. L. 
Hammer. 

Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 
Holton, J. L. 
Hooper, B. F., & Co. 

Confectionery Dealers. 
Meroney, P. L. 
Runfies & Grawger. 

Contractors and Builders. 
Cobble, John. 
Graves, W. H. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 
Horne-.Tohnston Co. 
Sanford Sons Co. 
Sheek, J. L. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 
Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 
Clement, .1. L. 
Davis, Tom. & Co. 
Angell, Tildon. 
Walker Bros. 



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Dentists. 
Anderson, R. P. 
Taylor. A. Z. 

Druggists. 
Mocksville Drug Co. 

Doctors. 
Itodwell, .T. \v. 
Martin, \v. C. 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 
Clement, .1. L. 
Davis & Byenly. 
Green, J. I'. 
Casey, J. D. 

Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 
Green, .1. P. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 
Mocl sville Furniture Co. 
Mocksville Chair Co. 

Grocers. 
Mocksville Wholesale Grocery Co. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Hooper, Ben & Co. 
Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 
Walker Bargain House. 

insurance Agents. 
Cliaffin, T. N. (Fire). 
McGlamory, A. M. (Fire and Life). 
Stone, T. A. 

Lawyers. 
Gaither, E. L. 
Bailey, T. B. 
Stewart, Jacob. 
Grant, A. T., Jr. 
Charon. T. N. 

Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 
Sheek, J. L. 
Ivincaid Bros. 
Mocksville Table and Chair Factory. 

Machinery Dealers. 
Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 
Hooker, B. F., & Co. 
(irant, A. T. 

Paint and Oil Dealers. 
Hooper, Ben & Co. 
Sanford, C. C, Sons & Co. 

Painters. 
Powell, J. T. 



Jewelers. 
Dingier, J. M. 

Produce Dealers. 
Kurfus & Granger. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
DAVIE RECORD (Weekly)— C. F. Stroud, 
Editor. 

Real Estate Agents. 
Grant, A. T., Jr. 
Horn, G. E. 

Shingle Dealers. 
Green, J. P., & Co. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Thomas, N. M. 
Games, R. M. 
I james, N. M. 

Veterinary Surgeons. 
Brown, M. D., & Son. 
Swicegood, E. M. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Kincaid Bros. (Doors, Sash, Blinds, etc.) 

ADVANCE. 

Ineorporaetd in 1895. 

Population, 1910: White, 250; colored, 50; 
total, 300. 

Value of real estate, $60,000; vale personal 
property, $60,000. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— J. L. Smithdeal. 

POSTMASTER— W. T. Mack. 

R. R. AGENT— Alex. Kimbrough. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— Alex. Kimbrough. 
Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— Rev. Davis, Pastor. 

METHODIST— Rev. Ballard. 

Schools and Academies. 

HIGH— Tullia V. Byerly, Prin. 
General Merchants. 

Wood & Mock. 

Jones, J. W. 

Advance Mercantile Co. 

Bailey & Bailey. 

Smitndeal, H. T. 

Hege, Mrs. 

Jones, Mrs. J. W. 

Ratledge, J. H., & Co. 

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, $3,784,959; value of personal property, $2,672,740. 

Property listed in 1914, by whites, $6,011, 7S9; by negroes, $445,910. 

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS— For whites, 79; for negroes, 39. 

TAX RATE — County purposes and poor, 19c. on the $100. 
PUBLIC ROADS— No. miles, 900. Worked by Old State Law. 
RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Wallace Telephone Co., assessed value $ 2,115.00 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 36.96 miles, assessed value 1,245,338.00 

Pullman Co., assessed value 7,577.00 

Duplin Light and Power Co., assessed value 800.00 

Consolidated Telephone Co., assessed value 277.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 5,550.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 14,506.00 

Teacheys Del Telephone Co. , assessed value 762.00 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 9,219.00 

Hallsville Telephone Co., assessed value 600.00 

Rose Hill Telephone Co., assessed value 300.00 

Armour Car Lines Co., assessed value 9,300.00 

Cabin & Beulaville Telephone Co., assessed vallue 895.00 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— January 11 (civil), February 15, July 26. August 30 (civil), 
September 13 (civil), November 22 (civil), December 20. 



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COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— D. H. Wallace, Ken- 
ansville. 

SHERIFF— C G. Best, Kenansville. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— J. J. Bowden, Ken- 
ansville. 

TREASURER — Jacob O. Carr, Kenansville. 

CORONER — B. F. Smith, Leon. 

SURVEYOR— F. L. Pottes, Hallsville. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— J. M. Farrior, Ken- 
ansville. 

SUPT. OF HOME— T. J. Strickland, Ken- 
nersville. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— M. H. Wooten, 
Kernersville. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— L. Middleton, 
(chm'n), Warsaw; M. F. Westbrook, Leon; 
A. L. McGovven. Wallace. 

COMMISSIONERS— W. G. Kornegay, Alvin; 
A. J. Pickett, Kenansville; W. J. Middleton, 
Hallsville. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— Scott Stanford 
(chm'n), John Albertson, Kenansville; L. M. 
Cooper, Kenansville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

WARSAW TOWNSHIP— J. H. Fonveille, L. 
Middleton, W. R. Blackmore. Warsaw. 

FAISON— S. A. Bowden. Mt. Olive; J. L. 
Dickson, Calypso; W. J. Oates, Tohmas Per- 
rett, Faison. 

WOLFSCRAPE— M. B. Outlaw, Henry 
Brock. Kirby Dail, Mt. Olive. 

GLISSON— J. L. Kelly, Kenansville; S. H. 
Price, Mount Olive; Scott Herring, Alvin. 

ALBERTSON— Marvin Simmons. S. W. Peel, 
R. P. Holt, Albertson. 

SMITHS— J. A. Grady, L. Smith, Kenans- 
ville; W. J. Kennedy, Hallsville. 

LIMESTONE— S. H. Quinn. Beulaville; W. 
H. L. Pickett. W. A. Sanderson. Hallsville. 

CYPRESS CREEK— D. W. Dail. D. R. 
Powell, Ransom Fountain, Chinquapin. 

ISLAND CREEK— F. P. Powers, Stephen H. 
Cavenaugh, G. A. Cavenaugh, Wallace; J. D. 
Teachey, Teacheys. 

ROCKFISH— D. Henry Williams. Wallace; J. 
T. Turner, Teacheys; W. J. Rooks, Wallace; J. 
M. Savage, Rose Hill. 

ROSE HILL — I. P. Alderman, J. G. Boone, 
Henry Fussell, Jr., J. D. Teachey, Rose Hill. 

MAGNOLIA— George Edwards, L. F. Byrd, 
M. J. Carlton, Magnolia. 

KENANSVILLE— A. D. Grady, Henry Dail, 
Kenansville; J. Henry Carr, Magnolia. 
CONSTABLES. 

WARSAW TOWNSHIP— J. M. Loftin. 

FAISON — J. J. Morgan, Faison. 

WOLFSCRAPE — Ivey Sullivan. Mt. Olive. 

GLISSON— Servieon Garner. Mt. Olive. 

ALBERTSON— Willie Grady, Albertson. 

SMITHS— Ashley Merur, Leon. 

LIMESTONE— H. T. Quinn, Hallsville. 

CYPRESS CREEK— R. H. Maready. Chin- 
quapin. 

ISLAND CREEK— J. M. Speel. Wallace. 

ROCKFISH — J. F. Dempsey, Wallace. 

WALLACE— J. F. Dempsey. 

ROSE HILL— J. B. Fussell. 

MAONOLIA— Richard Mathis. 

KENANSVILLE— J. S. Herring. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Ezzell, 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. , Beulahville. 
Maxwell, J. F., Resaca. 



MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Parker, G. B. D., Chinquapin. 
Teachey, C. C. & Son, Rose Hill. 
Cameron, D. A., Claypso. 
Albritton Bros., Calypso. 
Grady, J. McR. , Albertson. 
Kennedy, W. J., Cabin. 
Bishop, I. T., Branches Store. 
Middleton, S. O., Hallsville. 
Scott, O. W., Hallsville. 
Carr, R. D., Magnolia. 
James, O. IL, & Co., Sloan. 
Maready, J. B., Chinquapin. 
Sholar, S. J. L., Sloan. 
Register, J. L., Rose Hill. 
Roland Lumber Co., Bowden. 
Brown, W. R., Sloan. 
Smith, Lemuel, Leon. 
Teachey, J. A., Rose Hill. 
Quinn, A. A., Kenansville. 
Cottle, J. L., Chinquapin. 
Fountain, P. T., Chinquapin. 
Quinn, A. A., Kenansville. 
Outlaw, J. L., Mt. Olive. 
Maxwell, G. M., Resaca. 
Cooper & Moore, Warsaw. 

COTTON GINS. 

Byrd & Albritton, Calypso. 
Sutton, Ed., Calypso. 
Wilkinson, Scott, Calypso. 
Oliver, J. B., Mt. Olive. 
Bland, C. W., Faison. 
Parker, G. B. D., Chinquapin. 
Quinn, O. W., Beulaville. 
Ferrell, S. D., Kenansville. 
Williams, J. C. Rose Hill. 
Waller, S. M., Branche's Store. 
Sandlin, I. J., Beulaville. 
Garner, Daniel, Mt. Olive. 
Waller, S. M. , Branches Store. 
Grady, J. McR., Albertson. 
Rackley, A. C, Rose Hill. 
Quinn, A. A., Kenansville. 

SAW MILLS. 

Dunn, D. B., Kenansville. 

Baker, A. J., Leon 

Blizzard, D. P.. Hallsville. 

Sandlin, L. W. , Beulaville. 

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. J., 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., Magnolia. 

Baker, J. IL, Magnolia. 

Cottle, Bros., Rose Hill. 

Cottle, Isaac, Rose Hill. 

Fussell, Jesse, Rose Hill. 

Mallard. A. W., Rose Hill. 

Teachey, C. C, Rose Hill. 

Carr, E. McN., Rose Hill. 

Murphy, D. S., Rose Hill. 

Boney Bros. , Wallace. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Hanchey, Lucy, Wallace. 
Batts, Brunie, Wallace. 
Hunter, Bettle, Hallsville. 
Hunter, Annie, Warsaw. 
Wilson, Annie. Mount Olive. 
Johnson, Maud, Rose Hill. 
Johnson, Irene, Rose Hill. 



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I' ardor, N., Rose Hill. 

Brown, Deanle, Magnolia. 
Kin v, . Minnie, Magnolia. 
Rackley, Lillian, Magnolia. 
Quinn, Gertrude, Chinquapin. 
Wallace, Gattle, Alvin. 
Quinn, Ploy, Kenansville. 
Wells, Battle <'., Kenansville. 
Stanford, W. c. , Kenansvllle. 
Kornegay, Kate, Kenansvllle. 
Chambers, Nell, Kenansvllle. 

G lc, Mrs. N. U., Faison. 

Andrews, Mildred, Faison. 
Taylor, Bettle, Faison. 
Taylor, Norma. Magnolia. 
McDiarmid, 11. II., Rose Hill. 
Williams, Aiia. Hose Hill. 
Brlnson, Mrs. Florence, Kenansvllle. 
Maxwell, Jennie, Albertson. 
Taylor, Nannie L., Mt. Olive. 
Kornegay, Ruth, Kenansville. 
Kornegay, Bessie, Kenansville. 
Williams, Nedino, Kenansville. 
Boone, Laura M., Rose Hill. 
Parker, Mary T., Warsaw. 
Outlaw, Emma, Mt. Olive. 
Cavena'ugh, Mollie, Wallace. 
Gooding, Mary S., Leon. 
Savage, Eva, Wallace. 
Savage, N. T., Wallace. 
Westbrook, Lillian, Alvin. 
Blanchard, Ward, Sloan. 
Fussell, Sallie, Teachey. 
Cox, Bettie, Warsaw. 
Hawkins, O. E., Mt. Olive. 
Williams, Lucy, Rose Hill. 
Blanchard, L. T., Rose Hill. 
Kennedy, H. L., Beulaville. 
Kennedy, H. T., Beulaville. 
Blizzard. John, Deep Run. 
Hollingsworth, Hattie, Faison. 
Butts, Lucy, Mt. Olive. 
Williams, Ada, Kenansville. 
Sheffield, Genie, Magnolia. 
Herring, Clyde, Magnolia. 
Herring, Vera, Magnolia. 
Carlton, Emma, Warsaw. 
Cooper, D. L., Cooper. 
Cooper, Ella, Kenansville. 
Smith, May, Leon, 
('hutment, Annie, Wallace. 
Powers, Fannie, Faison. 
Dowd, Mrs. Kate, Rose Hill. 
Ferrell, Sallie, Kenansville. 
Carroll, Sallie, Kenansville. 
Mtddleton. Lilian, Rose Hill. 
Shaw, P. E., Teachey. 
Cole, H. S., Magnolia. 
Wooten, Mrs. M. H., Kenansville. 
Page, Kate, Teachey. 
Grady, Celia, Resaca. 
Newton, Callie, Rose Hill. 
Burnham, Daisy, Rose Hill. 
Carroll, Annie, Warsaw. 
Carroll, Mary W., Warsaw. 
Sandlin, Alma, Hallsvllle. 
Williams, Mildred, Hallsville. 
Smith, E. L., Leon. 
Dixon, Florence, Leon. 
Sheffield, Genie, Seven Springs. 
Sueermerleir, Resaca. 
Kornegay, Robt., Kanansville. 
Care, Mora, Sloan. 
King, Ben, Chinquapin. 
Thomas, G., Chinquapin. 
Peckete, C, Mrs., Chinquapin. 
Thompson, Earle, Chinquapin. 
Williams, A., Mrs., Chinquapin. 
Fountions, S., Chinquapin. 
Dixon, A., Faison. 
Pidgen, M. M., Warsaw. 
Smith, Polly, Warsaw. 
Bowden, Viola, Mt. Olive. 
Bowden, Ina, Mt. Olive. 
Pipkin, M.. Mt. Olive. 



Maynard, li.. Mt. Olive. 
Outlaw, M., M LOUve. 

< unlaw. Mamie. Mt. Olive. 

Wells, A., Kenansville. 

Kelly, Joe, Kenansville. 

Edwards, L., Wallace. 

Murry, M., Wallace. 

Johnson, Irene, Wallace. 

Kanchey, I... Wallac . 

Carrole, A., Rose Hall. 

Wells, C, Rose Hill. 

West, M., Rose Hill. 

Batts, B., Rose Hill. 

Raokley, L., Rose Hill. 

Wollen, Venla, Rose Hill. 

Bills, W. J., Wallace. 

Wooten, M. 11.. Mrs., Kenansville. 

Wells, C, Magnolia. 

Hamilton, Joe L., Magnolia. 

Wells, Hattie, Magnolia. 

Simmons, G. , Magnolia. 

Holland, G.. Kenansville. 

Chambers, Nell. Kenansville. 

Stanford. II. C, Kenansville. 

Hocutt, N. Hallsville. 

Whitfield, B., Hallsville. 

Hunter, B., Hallsvivlle. 

Savage, N. , Beulaville. 

Savage, N., Mrs., Baulaville. 

Hale, B., Beulaville. 

Sandlin, A., Hallsville. 

Grady, W. H., Beulaville. 

Matthis, N., Beulaville. 

Rouse, A., Chinquapin. 

Lanier, H., Chinquapin. 

Sandlirs, Eva, Chinquapin. 

Edwards, M., Magnolia. 

earner, M. , Magnolia. 

Matthews, I. M., Magnolia. 

Lamb, F.. Magnolia. 

Fussell, S., Rose Hill. 

Wilkins, L., Rose Hill. 

Williams, N., Wallace. 

Matthews, M., Mrs., Wallace. 

Powers, M. L. , Wallace. 

Herring, E-, Wallace. 

Hreffuries, E., Rose Hill. 

Earley, A., Leon. 

Gooding, Mary S., Kenansville. 

Herring, A., Cabin. 

Lee. Vic. , Kenansville. 

Elliott, M. , Kenansville. 

Lassetter, M., Warsaw. 

Hunter, Warsaw. 

Hines, M. . Warsaw. 

Williams, Mary, Warsaw. 

Winslow, L., Bowden. 

Reaves, L., Mt. Olive. 

Outlaw, L., Mt. Olive. 

Vance, Eva, Mt. Olive. 

Summerlin, E. , Mt. Olive. 

Brower, Deanie, Mt. Olive. 

Alphin, F., Mt. Olive. 



KENANSVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1S99. 

Population, 1910: White, 200; colored, 70; 
total, 270. 

Value of real estate, $44,463; value personal 
property, $87,095.54. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— H. D. Williams. 

POSTMASTER— F. E. Wallace. 

Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST— J. W. Lee, Pastor. 
PRESBYTERIAN— Robert King. 
BAPTIST— W. L. Bilbro. 

Schools and Academies. 
JAMES SPRUNT INSTITUTE (Presbyterian 
Female College) — Robert King, Pres. 
Doctors. 
Farrior, J. W. 



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General Merchants. 
Cooper, W. B. 
Southerland, C. J. 
Southerland, Lawrence. 
Quinn & Ferrell. 

Lawyers. 
Beasley, L. A. 
Williams, H. D. 
Jones, Thad. 
Gavin, John A., Jr. 
Wallace, F. E. 
Farrior, K. M. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Bowden, Mrs. B. C. 

Insurance Agents. 
Hinson, J. F. 



WALLACE. 

Population, 1910: White, 425; colored, 75; 
total, 500. 

Value real estate, $90,295; value personal 
property, $S7,095.54. 

TAX BATE: 20c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— D. L. Wells. 
POSTMASTER— L. B. Carr. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— H. O. Ward. 
R. R. AGENT— J. R. Rose, A. C. L. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— J. R. Rose, W. U. 

Ministers and Churches. 
PRESBYTERIAN— W. P. M. Currie, Pastor. 
BAPTIST — C. V. Brooks, Pastor. 
METHODIST — B. H. Black, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— Horace Stewart. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF DUPLIN— H. C. McQueen, Pres. ; 
A. L. McGowen, Cash. 

Doctors. 
Graham, B. R. 
Carrolf, J. W. 

Druggists. 
Wallace Drug Co. 

General Merchants. 
Wallace Grocery Co. (Wholesale). 
Duplin Grocery Co. (Wholesale). 
Hall Mercantile Co. 
Carr & Well. 
Carter, Z. J., & Son. 
Boney, John B. 
Sheffield Merc. Co. 
Powell Hardware Co. 
Boone, C. W., & Co. 
Powell, M. O.. & Bro. 
The Sloan Co. 
Carr, Maggie. 
Turner, B. M. 
Jordan, W. W. 
Evans, R .E. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Hotel Boney. 

Livery Stables. 
Carter & Brice (Sales.) 
Wells & Byrd (Sales). 
Wells, D. L., & Co. (Sales). 
Sloan, Ben. 

Dentists. 
Sloan, C. S. 

Insurance Agents. 
McGowen & Carr. 

Lawyers. 
Ward, Geo. B. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Ward, Geo. R. 
Camp Mfg Co. 
Boney, G. L. 
Hilton Lumber Co. 

Warehouses 
Peoples Tobacco Warehouse. 
Duplin Tobacco Warehouse. 

Garages. 
Rivenbark. W. L . 



MAGNOLIA. 

Incorporated in 1855. 

Population, 1910: White, 400; colored, 300; 
total, 700. 

Value real estate and personal property, 
$14S,000. 

Town Officers. 

TAX RATE: 20c. on the $100. 
MAYOR— T. S. Scott. 
POSTMISTRESS— Florence Crison. 
R, R. AGENT— P. J. Heath, A. C. L. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— P. J. Heath, W. 
U. 

Ministers and Churches. 

METHODIST— R. F. Munns, Pastor. 
BAPTIST— S. B. Wilson, Pastor. 
UXIVERSALIST — Rev. Everton, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
PUBLIC — O. H. Johnson, Prin. 

Doctors. 
Quinn. R. F. 

Druggists. 
Southall, J. .1 

General Merchants. 
.Bay Hill Co. 
Home, J. C. 
Middleton, Tboo. 
Groves, J. H., & Son. 
Gaylor, C. P. 
Edwards, Geo. 
Cox, Macy. 

Magnolia Furniture Co. 
Scott, F. D., & Co. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Mathis House. 
Southerland House. 

Mnaufacturing Plants. 

Magnolia Manufacturing Co. (Lumber, Crates, 
Gin, Furniture). • 

Croom, J. F. (Lumber, Crates, Gin). 

Magnolia Crate Works (Lumber, Crates, Sash, 
Doors, Blinds). 

Growers and Shippers of Bulbs. 

Croom. Jno. F. 

Graves, J. H. 

Taylor, N. P. 



FAISON. 

Incorporated in 1871. 

Population, 1910: Whites, 425; colored, 125; 
total, 550. 

Value real estate, $250,000; value personal 
property, $100,000. 

TAX RATE: 10c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— N. L. Clifton. 
POSTMASTER — C. H. Peirce. 
R. R. AGENT— I. W. Lane. A. C. L. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— I. W. Lane, W. U. 

Telephones Companies. 
Consolidated Telephone Co., Inc. 

Ministers and Churches. 
PRESBYTERIAN— None now. 
METHODIST— J. H. Frizelle. raster. 
BAPTIST— Collins, F. T. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED SCHOOL. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF FAISON— C. S. Hints, Pres.; 
M. McD. Williams, Cash. 

Doctors. 
Butler, B. F. 
Seawell, V. N. 

Druggists. 
Faison Drug Co. 

Insurance Agents. 
Williams, M. McD. 
Perrett, Thos. 



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General Merchants. 
TTines. C. S.. & Bro. 
Southerland, C. T. 
Smith, T. W. 
Falson, I. F. 
Taylor, L. 
Thompson, W. I. 
Presise, ii- C. 
Blount, Z. V., & Co. 
Clifton, N. D. 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
Joseph, Maggie. 

Butchers and Dealers In Cattle. 
Prealse, IT. C. 
Southerland. R. B. 
Blount, Z. V. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses* 
Hotel Witherington. 

Livery Stables. 
Southerland, R. B. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Bland, C. W. (Gin). 
Mallard, J. W. (Lumber, Crates and Gin.) 

Grocers. 
Kins, C. H. 
Lee, L., <S- Co. 
Lee, W. H. 
Aniett, O. J. 



TEACH EYS. 

Incorporated in 1S99. 
Population. 1910: Whites. 175. 
Value real estate, $75,000; value personal 
property. $23,000. 

TAX RATE: 20c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— J. D. Teachey. Sr. 
POSTMISTRESS— Mrs. S. M. Justice. 
(MIFF OF POLICE— Frank Sloan. 
R. P.. AGENT— Mrs. S. M. Justice, A. C. L. 
Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— C. V. Brooks, Pastor; R. Riven- 
bark, resident Pastor. 

PRESBYTERIAN— L. E. Wells, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
STATE HIGH— P. E. Shaw, Prin. 

General Merchants. 
McMillan, II. D. 
McMillan, J. C, Jr. 
Bland, A. F. 
Fussell, B. F. 
Yarborough, B. R. 
Dail Bros. 

Contractors and Builders. 
Boney, E. (Saw Mill, Grist Mill and Gin.) 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Boney, E. (Saw Mill, Grist Mill and Gin). 
Brown, D. E. (Lumber). 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Yarborough House. 
Hotel Rex. 
Mclntyre Boarding House. 



ROSE HILL. 

Incorporated in 1901. 

Population, 1910: White, 300; colored 50; 
total, 350. 

Value real estate, $110,426.98; value personal 
property, $75,000. 

TAX RATE: 20c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

TOWN' CLERK— S. L. Bradshaw. 

MAYOR— W. H. Swanson. 

POSTMASTER— W. G. Fussell. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— Dan Hearts. 

R. R. AGENT— J. T. Vick, A. C. L. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— J. T. Vick, W. TJ. 
Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— B. G. Earley, Pastor. 

PRESBYTERIAN— W. P. M. Currie, Pastor. 

METHODIST— B. H. Black, Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 

GRADED— A. F. Leighton, Prin. 



Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF ROSE HILL— (has. N. Evans. 
Pres. ; W. B. Southerland, Cash. 
Doctors. 
Carr, R. L. 

Dentists. 
1 1 awes, I. L. 

Druggists. 
Rose Hill Drug Co. 
Mallad Drug Co. 

General Merchants. 
Henderson, W. D., & Co. 
Parker & Bland. 
Scott Bros. 
Carr, Mrs. A. F. 
Burton, D. W. 
Bay Hill Co. 
Duplin Furniture Co. 

Markets. 
Bradshaw & Ellis. 
Fussell, T. W. 

Blacksmiths. 
Ni wton, J. J. 
Norris, C. C. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Scott Hotel. 

Livery Stables. 
F.yrd, W. L, & Co. 
Fussell, Oscar. 
Fusselle, J. B. 

Fertilizer Dealers. 
Fussell, P. C. 
Carr, W. R. 
Parker & Bland. 

Insurance Agents. 
Furlow, R. L. 
Southerland, W. B., (Fire). 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Atlantic Coffin & Casket Co. 
Fussell, Jesse (Saw Mill, Gin, Planing Mill. 
Fussell & Boney (Saw Mill). 
Batts, Z. T. 



WARSAW. 



Incorporated in 1885. 

Population, 1910: White, 873; colored, 500; 
total, 1,373. 

Value real estate, $510,000; value personal 
property, $290,000. 

TAX RATE: 33 l-3c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— J. E. Williams. 

POSTMASTER— D. E. Best. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— J. M. Loftin. 

CLERK— J. B. Cox. 

R. R. AGENT— B. C. Vick. 

TELEPHONE MANAGER— W. E. Hines. 
Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— A. O. Moore, Pastor. 

METHODIST— T. W. Lee, Pastor. 

PRESBYTERIAN— Geo. M. Mathews, Pastor. 

EPISCOPAL— J. L. Showel. Rector. 
Schools and Academies. 

HIGH— J. S. Siske, Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 

BANK OF WARSAW— H. L. Stevens, Pres.; 
H. F. Pierce, Cash. : L. Moore, Asst. Cash. 

CITIZENS BANK OF WARSAW— W. L. 
Hill, Pres.; J. E. Williams, Cash.; B. Loftin, 
Asst. Cash. 

Doctors. 

Williams, J. M. 

Crocker, W. D. 

Dentists. 



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Insurance Agents. 

Massie, T. B. 
Blackniore, K. W. 

Druggists. 
Brown Drug Co. 
Warsaw Drug Co. 

General Merchants. 
Hobbs & Russ. 
Murray, M. T. 
Cox, J. B. 
Fonvielle, J. H. 
Warsaw Hardware Co. 
Johnson, J. Walter. 
Slossberg, L 
Frederick, John. 
Margolis & Brook. 
Best, L. P. 
Hines, S. E. 
Blackburn, George. 
Blackburn, John. 
Thomas & Boyette. 

Butchers. 
Pridgen, G. P. 
Fonvielle, J. H. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Ricks-Herring Furniture Co. 
Hines, S. E. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Owen, H. G. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Warsaw Inn. 
Thomas Hotel. 

Livery Stables. 
Elmore, S. H. 

Dealers in Horses and Mules. 
Barden, J. J., & Co. 
Best. R. H. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Warsaw Lumber Co., (Inc). 
Newcomb, A. W. (Turning Factory). 
Pierce, J. H., Lumber Co. (Sash, Doors, 
Blinds) . 
Wilson Lumber Co. 
Tucker, J. W. (Machine Shops). 
Cottle, W. J., Lumber Co. 
Farrlor, H. D. (Tin Shop and Garage). 



Cotton Gins. 

Best. L. P. 
Woodward, D. L. 
Hill, W. L. 

Garage. 
Brltt, E. T., & Son. 

Real Estate Agents. 

Williams, W. H., Jr. 

Adkins, L. D. 

Pridgen, R. C. 

Burton Bros. Realty Co. (branch office). 

Newberry. J- H., vice-president. 

Faison, A. M. 

Bridgers, D. H. 

Sandlin, B. P. 

Tobacco Dealers. 

Warsaw Tobacco Warehouse. 
Abbott, Faison and Tuggle. 
Anderson, A. B. 
t 'i nvs, Walter. 
Wall, Stanley. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 

Loftin, Joel M. 
Pierce, J. H. 

Paint and Oil Dealers. 

Farrior, H. D., Jr. 
Warsaw Hardware Co. 

Bottling Works. 

Mint- Cola Bottling Co., A. W. Bell. Mgr. 
Coca-Cola Bottling Works. G. L. Sheffield. 
Mgr. 

Newspapers & Job Press. 
THE DUPLIN ENTERPRISE— R. C. Prid- 
gen, Editor. 

Contractors and Builders. 

Barden, Jno. R. 
Britt and Company. 

Theatres. 
THE GRAND— W. W. Wilson, Mgr. 



DURHAM COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, DURHAM. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), 35,276. 

Formed In 1881. Named in honor of Dr. Bart Durham. 

AREA — 234 6quare miles. 

Value of real estate, $8,799,276; value of personal property, $99,194.04. 

Property listed in 1913, by whites, $18,072,08S; by negroes, $646,585. 

TAX RATE — County purposes, 17c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 17c; special, 10c; State, 
27 2-3c ; schools, 20c. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Railway, 11.18 miles, assessed value $ 437,363.00 

N. C. R. R., 16.22 miles, assessed value 1.127,247.00 

Durham & Southern R. R., 18.18 miles. Assessed value 171,388.00 

Seaboard Air Line, 10.39 miles, assessed value 293.1SO.00 

Durham & South Carolina, 9.25 miles, assessed value 46,190.00 

Norfolk & Western R. R., 21.68 miles, assessed value 466,6S9.00 

Pullman Company, assessed value 2'?in'2" 

Southern Cotton Oil Co., assessed value nn'rnnn" 

Southern Express Co. assessed value noon" 

Western Union, assessed value 9, 83'-. 00 

Durham Traction Co. ( assessed value 200,000.00 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co 5, S2,>III 

South Side Telephone Co., assessed value 267.00 

North Carolina Telephone Co., assessed value 588.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 1,390.00 

Postal Telegraph Cable Co.. assessed value 1,285.00 

Interstate Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 70. 1 

Southern Power Co , 28.000. 00 

COURT TERMS — 1915: Jan. 4. (civil), February 22 (criminal). Marth 8 (civil), April 20 
(civil), May 17 (criminal), August 30 (criminal), Sept. 27 (civil, Nov. 8 (civil), Dec. 13 
(criminal). 



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1MKIIAM COUNTY 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLER K OF COURT— C. B. Oreen. Durham. 

SHERIFF— J. F. Harward, Durham. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— M. G. Markham. 
Durham. 

TREASURER— S. Bowling, Durham. 

CORONER — A. C. Jordan, Durham. 

SURVEYOR— K. C. Relvin. Durham. 

ATTORNEY— R. P. Read, Durham. 

STJPT. OF HEALTH— Dr Arch Cheatham. 

aTJPT. OF SCHOOLS— C. W. Massey, Dur- 
ham. 

SUPT. OF HOME— W. T. Mangum. Dur- 
liam. 

COMMISSIONERS— Maynard Mangum. G. 
\V. Flowers. .1. W. Holder, East Durham; F. S. 
Thomas, Wesi Durham: A. L. Barhee. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— J. W. TJmstead, 
Bahama; J. R. Blacknall, Durham, R. 4; R. 
P. Reade. Durham. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— S. C. Chambers, 
(chm'n), S. C. Brawley (sec), J. M Horna- 
day. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

DURHAM TOWNSHIP— R. C. Cox, I. J. 
Cox. J. T. Morton, J. F. Lowthrop, .7. F. 
Pleasants, W. P. Sneed, S. D. Eubanks, E. J. 
Holloway, R. A. Harris, D. T. O'Neal, J. H. 
Tilley. .T. S. Oldham, J. A. Whittington. 

CONSTABLE — S. H. Garrard. 

MANGUM— D. D. Harris, E. H. Veazey, W. 
E. Mangum. 

CONSTABLE— Coran Tilley. 

PATTERSON— J. M. Shepherd, J. W. Canna- 
day, C. M. Massey, W. E. Massey, John Parris. 

CONSTABLE— Claude Viekers. 

OAK GROVE— A. M. Carpenter, G. S. Stal- 
ling, Claude Sherron. 

CONSTABLE— E. D. Couch. 

LEBANON— J. B. Andrews, J. E. Cole, Jerry 
Perry. J. H. Garrett, J. M. Stephens, H. H. 
Holder. W. S. Terry. 

CONSTABLE— S. H. Flinton. 

CEDAR FORK — George Barbee, F. H. Page, 
W. J. Pettigrew. 

CONSTABLE— O. F. Beasley. 

CARR— R. H. Shaw, H. B. Martin, R. Ross. 

CONSTABLE— T. Shaw. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

METHODIST— J. B. Thompson, Durham; P. 
H. Massey, Durham, Rfd. 

BAPTIST — W. E. Dunnegan, West Durham; 
J. A. Hackney, Durham; J. M. Arnette, Dur- 
ham. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Ward, M. P., Gorman. 
Lyon, E. H., Bahama. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Hester, J. L. , West Durham. 
McDonald. W. J., West Durham. 
Bowen, W. T., West Durham. 
Hester. B. F.. West Durham. 
Holder & Cheek, East Durham. 
Morris, C. W., East Durham. 
Brown. W. B., East Durham. 
Johnson. A. K.. East Durham. 
Alford, T. H., East Durham. 
Ligeon, F. G., East Durham. 
Miller, S., East Durham. 
Lewis, J. D-, & Co.. East Durham. 
Barbee, I. S., East Durham. 
Carver. H. L. . Rougemont. 
Critcher & Jacobs. Rougemont. 
Morris, W. H.. Nelson. 

FLOUR. CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Tilley, Cassum. Durham. 
Christian Mills. Durham. 
Southern Pure Food Co., Durham. 
Auston, Heaton Co., Durham. 
P.elvin. L. D., (corn) Bragtown. 



SAW MILLS. 

Chat ham Lumber Co., East Durham. 
Carrington Lumber Co., East Durham. 
Barbee, Jack, Durham, R. 3. 
Fowler, Joe, Chapel Hill, Rfd. 
Sears Bros.. Durham. 
Markham Bros., Durham. 
Barbee Bros., Durham, Rfd. 
McGrantham Bros.. Durham. 
Airheart, J. M. 

COTTON GINS. 

Colclough. Lum, Durham. 
Barbee, J. H., Durham. 
Shipp. John, Durham. 
Pickett, Asa. & Sons, Durham. 
Barhee Bros.. Durham. 
Morris, W. H., Nelson. 
Belvin, Mrs. D. L., Durham. 
Pickett & Co., Durham. 
Jones, R. N., Durham. 
Jones, M. C. & Sons, Durham. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Covington, W. B., East Durham, 
nolton, Mrs. Holland, East Durham. 
Young, Mrs. Viola, East Durham. 
Sorrell. Mrs. Delos, East Durham. 
Horton, Mrs. Lola, East Durham. 
Barden, Eva, Durham. 
Brown, Mamie, Durham. 
Barbee, Bettie, Durham. 
Wilson, Esther, East Durham. 
Cheek. Mamie. Durham. 
Shields, Madge. Durham. 
Holton, Quinton, Durham. 
Groce, J. C. 
Petty, Clara. Durham. 
Foushee, Emma. West Durham. 
Jones, Eunice, West Durham. 
Petty, Clara. Durham. 
Neal, Eva, West Durham, R. 1. 
White, Emma, West Durham. 
Cox, Pearl, Durham. 
Jones, Miriam, West Durham. 
Baxter, Florence, West Durham. 
Lindsey, Annie, Durham. 
Faucette, Julia, Durham. 
Hammet, Carrie, Durham. 
Lloyd, Elise, Durham. 
Billiard, Mrs. M. Louise, West Durham. 
Viekers, Sallie, Durham, R. 3. 
Barbee, Sudie. Durham, R. 7. 
Horton, Marye, Durham, R. 2. 
Rogers, Bybe. Stagsville. R. 1. 
Rogers, Charlotte O., Durham. 
Cole, Zenobia. West Durham. 
Reep. A. R., Durham, R. 1. 
Pendergraph, Essie. Durham, R. 1. 
Carpenter. C. C. , Durham. R. 4. 
Glenn, Bertha. Durham. 
Mann, Mrs. B .N., Durham. 
Dodson, Maude, Durham. 
Bailey, Lucile, Durham. R. 2. 
Flinton, Eva, Durham. R. 2. 
Harris, Annie, Rougemont, R. 2. 
Breedlove. Beulah, Bahama, R. 2. 
Lawson, Delia, Rougemont. 
Garrard, Lorena, Rougemont. 
Ferguson, Mamie, Stem, R. 1. 
Veasey. Alice, Stem, R. 1. 
Southerland, Ruth, Rougemont, R. 2. 
Howerton, Ha, Durham. 
Rogers, W. W. , Bahama. 
Nixon, J. C. Durham, R. 6. 
Brown, Grace, Durham, R. 6. 
Thompson, Ida S., Durham. 
Nichols, Sadie J.. Durham, R. 4. 
Sutton, Kate, Durham, R. 6. 
Weatherly, A. C. Gorman, R. 1. 
Suitt, Mrs. S. M., Durham, R. 4. 
Suitt, S. M.. Durahm. R. 4. 
Bragg, Beulah. Durham, R. 4. 
Avent, Ola, Durham, R. 3. 
Herndon, Corinna, Durham. R. 3. 



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Moring, Lelia, Durham, B. 3. 
Husketh, S. J., Durham, R. 3. 
Wells, Ruth, East Durham. 
Wells, Montie, Durham, R. 1. 
Fletcher, D. W., Gorman, R. 1. 
Fletcher, Mrs. D. W., Gorman, R. 1. 
Beavers, C. R. , Morrisville, R. 2. 
Stroud, Jas. H., Rougemont. 
Hundley, Lucile, Durham. 
Rogers, Daisy, Durham. 
Davis, J. R., Durham. 
Glenn, Ethel, East Durham. 
Arey, Beulah, Durham, B. 3. 
Markham, Susie, Bahama. 
Heuser, Clara. East Durham. 
Poteat, Buth, Durham. 
<irav, J. M., Durham, B. 3. 
Stanton, C. H., Durham, B. 3. 



DURHAM. 



Incorporated in 1869. 

Population 22,500. (Estimated). 

White polls, 2,250; colored polls, 918. 

Value of real estate, $8,274,000; value of per- 
sonal property, $11,842,000. 

Bonded debts, $701,000; smiting fund, $236,- 
041.45; floating debt, $60,000. 

TAX RATE— $1.17 on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— W. J. Brogden. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— J. F. Freeland. 

CLEBK— George W. Woodard. ■ 

TREASURER— T. M. Stephens. 

TAX COLLECTOR— J. B. Patton. 

STANDARD-KEEPER— George Booth. 

ATTORNEY — Chas. Scarlett. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— Dr. Arch Cheatham. 

POSTMASTER — J. O. Lumsford. 

R B AGENTS — B. L. Montgomery, Durham 
& Southern, S. A. L. ; J. W. Boach, Southern; 
W H. Pritchard, Norfolk & Western. 

EXPBESS AGENT— P. L. Stone. 

TELEGBAPH MANAGEBS— F. H. Heidt, 
W. U. ; A. Wilkerson, Postal. 

Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— (First) John Jeter Hurt. Pastor; 
(Second) J. T. Biddick, Pastor; (North Dur- 
ham) R. R. Lenier, Pastor. 

CHRISTIAN— (Main Street) J. O. Cox, Pas- 
tor 

EPISCOPAL— (St. Phillip's) S. S. Bost, 
Rector; Thos. L. Trott, Rector. 

METHODIST — Presiding Elder, H. M. North; 
(Memorial) L. V. Howard, Pastor; (Mangum 
Stree) Coston Harreil, Pastor; (Trinity) A. Mc- 
Cullen, Pastor; H. C. Smith, Pearl Mills and 
Bethany Circuit. 

PBESBYTEBIAN— (First) E. B. Leyburn, 

Pastor 

CATHOLIC— (St. Mary Immaculate) Wil- 
liam F. O'Brien, Pastor. 

Colleges. 

TRINITY— Faculty : 

William Preston Few, Pres. ; Professor of 

William Howell Pegram, Professor of Chem- 
istry. „ ,, .. 

Robert Lee Flowers, Professor of Mathe- 
matics. _ , 

John C. Kiigo, Lecturer in Department of 
Biblical Literature. _ . 

William Ivey Cranford, Dean; Carr Professor 
of Philosophy. 

C. A. Peppier, Professor of Greek. 

Charles William Edwards, Professor of 
Physics. 

William Henry Glasson, Professor of Politi- 
cal Economy and Social Science. 

William Francis Gill. Professor of Latin. 

Albert Micajah Webb, Professor of Ro- 
mance Languages. 



William Hane Wannamaker, Professor of 
German. 

James Jacob Wolfe. Professor of Biology. 

William Kenneth Boyd, Professor of His- 
tory. 

Eugene Clyde Brooks, Professor of History 
and Science of Education. 

Samuel Fox Mordecai. Dean of the Law 
School and Professor of Law. 

Bobert Percy Beade, Associate Professor of 
Law. 

E. T. Miller, Professor of Engineering. 
Frank Clyde Brown, Professor of English. 
C. A. Vost, Assistant Professor of Modern 

Languages. 

Arthur Mathews Gates, Assistant Professor 
of Latin. 

Charles Blackwell Markham, Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics 

William Thomas LaPrade, Assistant Pro- 
fessor of History. 

S. S; Alderman, Assistant Professor of 
English. 

W. S. Lockhart. Professor of Law. 

Frank, Nicholas Egerton, Jr., Instructor in 
Engineering. 

Bobert North Wilson, Assistant Professor of 
Chemistry. 

F. N. Parker, Professor Biblical Literature. 
Wilbur Wade Card, Director Angier-Duke 

Gymnasium. 
M. A. Smith, Instructor in Physics. 
J. D. McAdams, Assistant in English. 
W. E. Mills, Assistant in English. 
E. S. Savage, Assistant in English. 
Schools and Academies. 

SOUTHERN CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC 
— Gilmore W. Bryant. Director. 

TRINITY PARK— W. W. Peele, Headmaster. 
PBIN. CITY SCHOOLS— E. D. Fusev. 
HIGH— M. A. Briggs, Prin. 
FULLER— W. A. Bryan, Prin. 
EDGEMONT— W. M. Upchurch, Trill. 
MOREHEAD— H. C. Barbee, Prin. 
NORTH DURHAM— P. H. Gwyne, Prin. 
Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Malbourne Hotel. 

Bell Hotel. 

Church Street Hotel. 

Lochmoor Hotel. 

Betts' Boarding House. 

High, Mrs. S. M. 

Hunt, Mrs. T. E. 

Lyon, Mrs. Ed. 

Rogers, Mrs. Unas. 

Watkins, Mrs. Jennie. 

Whitehead, Mrs. J. T. 

Durham Boarding House. 
■ Hopkins House. 

Yearby House. 

Central Hotel. 

Jordan, Mrs. Harry. 

Carnes, Mrs. 

Markham, Mrs. Mittie. 

Architects. 

Linthicum & Rose. 

Banks and Bankers. 

CITIZENS NATIONAL— B. N. Duke, Pres. ; 
J. B. Mason, Cash. 

FIDELITY— B. N. Duke, Pres.; J. F. Wiley, 
V. Pres.; S. W. Minor. Cash. 

FIRST NATIONAL— J. S. Carr. Pres.; W. 
J. Holoway, Cash. 

HOME SAVINGS— G. W. Watts. Pres. ; T. 
It. Pierce, Cash. 

MERCHANTS— W. J. Christian. Pres.; .1. 
K. Mason. V. Pres.; J. L. Lockhardt. Cash. 

FARMERS AND MECHANICS— (Negro) — 
John Merrick. Pits.; (i. W. Adams, Cash. 





198 DURHAM COUNTY 




Bakers. 


Contractors and Builders 




Poole, Arthur. 

Bakery. 
Whitmore, .1. L. 


Underwood, N. 
Houston, B. R. 
Bowling,' S. 




Brick Manufacturers. 


Smith, Herbert, L. 




Mangum, Bart w. 


Salmon, J. T. 




Morton & Massey. 


Pettlgrew, \V. J. 




Cleggs, Knii. n. 


Stone, C. H. 




ler, J. T. 


Pearce, .1. \v. 




Fitzgerald, it. G. 


Laurence, I. G. 




Cheek & BeMn. 


Christian, T. S. 




Book Stores. 


Linthicum & Rose. 




Green & Poteat. 


Piatt, Win. M. 




Durham Honk & Stationer; Co. 


Wllkerson-Moffltt Co. 




Trinity College Book-Room. 


White, Gilbert C. 




Boot and Shoe Dealers. 


Howies Bros. 




Pridgen & .loins. 


Coal and Wood Dealers. 




Burcb & Gorman. 
Perry, Ilorton & Co. 


Beal. George H. 

Tally, J. R. 

Umstead, J. N., & Son. 




Iltilloway & Melvln. 




Bragg, E. E., & Co. 


Durham Coal, Wood and Lumber Co. 




Building and Loan Ascsoclations. 


Mason, George N. 




Durham Building ami Loan Association. 


Council, J. F. 




Peoples Perpetual Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation. 


Business Organizations. 




Royal Knights Building and Loan Asso- 


COMMERCIAL CLUB— C. G. Creighton. 




ciation. 


MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION— L. B. Mark- 




Butchers and Dealers in Catle. 
Bowen, A. L. 


ham, Pres. 
Civic League. 




Parrish, P. J. 


Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 




Shepherd, W. T. 


Lambe, T. J., & Son. 




Thacker, A. A. 


Slater, W. A., Co. 




Holt, W. C. 


Sneed-Markham, Taylor Co. 




Hutchins, J. W. 


Wilson, A. 




Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 


Farley, Jas. H. 




Seeman Carriage Co. 


Peoples Store. 




Howerton Vehicle Co. 


Pritchard, Bright & Co. 




Durham Buggy Co. 


Lazarus, R. 




Holloway, E. J. 


Masters & Agee. 




Lyon, W. C. 


Markham Harris Co. 




Llewellyn, W. H. 


Hockfleld. M. 




Woodall, B. C. 


Department Stores. 




Durham Vehicle and Harness Co. 


Rawls, Q. E., & Son. 




Commission Merchants. 


Kronheimer, B. P., & Co. 




Pery, S. R. 
Tyree, B. L. 


Dentists. 




Thomas & Howard Co. 


Norris, C. P. 




Draughan & Perrell. 


Shackelford, E. W. 




Durham Notion Co. 


Satterrield, H. E. 




Peabody Drug Co. 


Reade, A. P. 




Crockett & Nathan. 


Hutichnison, C. L. 




Lawrence, E. H., & Co. 


McCracken, J. T. 




Southern Peed and Grocery Co. 


Edwards, L. N. 




Perry, J. Sid. 


Carr, G. A. 




Austen & Heaton Co. 


Carr, I. N. 




Cunningham, W. 15. 


Johnson, J. C. 




Chandler Produce Co. 


Adams, A. J. 




Durham Brokerage Co. 


Tobacco Dealers. 




Lawrence, M. B. 

Clubs. 


Parrish Warehouse Co. 




Durham Country Club. 


Maynard Mangum. 




Elks Club. 


Warren, J. A. 




Commonwealth Club. 


Pope, J. W. 




Cotton and Hosiery Mills. 


Pollard, W. T. 




Golden Belt Manufacturing Co. 
Durham Hosiery Mills No. 1. 
Durham Hosiery Mills No. 2. 


Planters Warehouse. 
Umstead, Carrington & Co. 




Pearl Cotton Mills. 


Umstead, W. L. 




Erwin Cotton Mills. 


Carrington, W. T. 




Commonwealth Manufacturing Co. 


Umstead, R. T. 




Durham Cotton Manufacturing Co. 


Farmers Warehouse. 




Confectionery Dealers. 


Aiken, R. J., & Co. 




Whitmore, J. L. 


Veasey, L. A. 




Durham Candy Kitchen. 


Roycroft, Henry. 




Ferrell. 3. A. 


American Tobacco Co. 




Olympia Candy Kitchen. 


Liggett & Myers. 




Gates, J. D. 


Ven able Tobacco Co. 




Hall, R. M. 


Imperial Tobacco Co. 




Keith, C. S. 


Maynard Mangum. 




Rogers, C. J. 


Warren Tobacco Co. 




Smith, W. M. 


Umstead, A. K. 




Crystal Confectionery Co. 


Monk, W. J., & Co. 




Goody Shop. 


Pope & Pollard. 



DURHAM 


COUNTY 


199 


Druggists. 


Couch, N. E. 




College Pharmacy. 


Gunter, E. T. 




Westside Pharmacy. 


Rockfleld, N. 




Crabtree Pharmacy. 


Holder & Cheek. 




IOdgemont Drug Store. 


Hewitt, J. C. 




Herndon, M. D. 


Hurst, R. E. 




Carrington & Rogers. 


Lee, J. H. 




Thomas Drug Co. 


Land, A. 




Peabody Drug Co. 


Levy, S. 




Biacknall's Drug Co. 


Kelly, J. D. 




Blacknall, R., & Son. 


Lynn Bros. 




Five Points Drug Co. 


Lakewood Grocery. 




Havwood & Boone. 


McLennan, J. 




King, C. E., & Sons. 


McFarland, J. W. 




Mabry, W. A. 


Murnick, A. M. 




Main Street Pharmacy. 


Mullowitz, H. B. 




Rexall Pharmacy. 


Morris, R. B. 




Vaughan, P. W. 


Newell, J. A. 




Yearby, W. M. 


Murkham, Stephens Co. 




Paragon Pharmacy. 


Mann, R. M. 




Bull City Drug Co. 


Cohen, A. R. 




Eagle Pharmacy. 


Copley, C. T. 




Doctors. 


'Carney, J. E. 




Adams, C. A. 


Copley. Wm. 




Bitting, N. D. 


Dezern, Wiley. 




Bodie. N. P. 


Duncan, J. P. 




Bowling, E. H. 


Earp. E. 




Brooks, B. U. 


Fagan, S. 




Cheatham, A. 


Graves, C. 




Felts, R. L. ' 


Gordon, I. 




Graham, Joseph. 


O'Briant, R. P. 




Hicks & Hicks. 


Rollins, M. E. 




Johnson. N. M. 


Southern Feed and Grocery Co. 




Jourdon, A. C. 


Parkham, J. E. 




Manning, J. M 


Pendergrass, Thos. 




Moore, R. A. 


Perry, J. S. 




Woodard, C. A. 


P'ope & Manguni. 




Tucker, A. R., (Osteopath). 


.Sikes, J. W. 




Olive, W. W. 


Tally, W. S. 




Teague, R. J. . 


Thumas, J. S. 




Boone, W. H. 


Woods, -Joe. 




Boyles, A. C. 


Williams, Jasper. 




Facette, Dr. 


Wheeler, W. P. 




McPherson, S. D. 


Wyke, W. F. 




Pierce, S. B. 


Yorlc, W. M. 




Ross, Geo. 


Mm lis, R. 11. 




Dry Goods and Notions. 


Patterson Bros. Co. 




Alcocks, W. W., & Sons. 


Perry, Wood & Co. 




Ellis. Stone & Co. 


Pope. G. M. 




Emperial, The. 
Enoch, B. 


Rigsbee, S. F. 




Rigsbee, E. E. 




Council, Mrs. J. L. 


Seigel, L. 




Gladstien, M. 


Silver, — . 




Baldwins, R. A., & Sons. 


Howard, Thomas. 




Rockfleld, S. H. 


Stephens, P. M., & Co. 




Kadis, C. Z. 


Wilkerson, J. L. 




Kendall, C. W. 


Zukerman, G. 




Kronheimer, B. F. 


Hewitt, W. A. (Wholesale). 




Land, A. 


Tyree, B. L. 




Rawls, Q. E. 


Pickard Jones Co. 




Tonkell, A. 


Graham Grocery Co. 




Grocers. 


Power and Light Companies. 




Addison, T. A. 


Durham Light and Power Co. 




Andrews, L. D. 


Durham Traction Co. 




Billings, G. C. L. 


Fruit Dealers. 




Brown, W. R. 


Chandler Produce Co. 




Brogden, B. G. 


Draughan & Ferrell. 




Abelkop, Harris. 


Crockett & Nathan. 




Byrd & Upchurch. 


Perry, J. Sid. 




Barbee & Elliott. 


Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 




Barbee, A. L. 


Rigsbee, A. M., & Sous. 




Bloom, H. 


Rogers, J. T., & Co. 




Brady. 11. 


Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. 




Bowen, W. T. 
Broaclwell, R. J. 
Bullock, W. R . 
Brooks, G. W. 


Florists. 
Roll. Fred. 
Durham Floral Nursery. 




Burns, J. H. 


Fish and Oyster Dealers. 




Berry, J. H. 


Addison, T. A. 




Bullock, O. "G. 


Bumpass, JO. N. 




Canlen, A. C. 


Green, J. I'.. 




Carpenter Bros. 


Hamlin. L. D. 




Colclough, W. S. 


Herndon, C. M. 




Cole & Garrad. 


Ingram. \V. S. 




Clegg, L. L. 


Wilson & Patterson. 




fail), A. W. 


Tingen, B. R. 

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200 



DURHAM COUNT'S 



Foundries and Iron Works. 
Durham Iron Works. 
North Side Foundry Co. 
Kuker Foundry. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Crown & Co. 
Chatham Furniture Co. 
Glosson, D. W. 
Christian & Harward. 
Clark. Bryan $ Co. 
Model Furniture House. 
Rogers, L. D. 
Royall & Borden Co. 
Herring & Elliott. 
Hesse, J. A.. & Sons. 
Holland Bros 
Stallings & Jones. 
Durham Furniture Co. 
Harris-Butler Co. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Public Hardware Co. 
Lloyd. A. E., & Co. 
Pollard Bros. 
Taylor & Fhipps. 

Hospitals. 
Watts Hospital. 
Lincoln Hospital. 
Mercy Hospital. 

Insurance Agents. 
Norton, W. L. 
Sparger. S. W. (Life). 
Southgate, J., & Son (Fire). 
Durham Loan & Trust Co. (Fire and Life). 
Fulford, W. A. (Life and Fire). 
Griswold Insurance and Real Estate Co. 
ILlfe and Frie). 
Lee. R. N. (Life). 
Anderson, T. J. (Life). 
Durham Mutual Protective Association. 
Lindsey, W. C. (Fire). 
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. 
Mutual Life Insurance Co. 
Standard Mutual (Life). 
Life Insurance Co. of Virginia. 
The Workers Mutual L. and H. Co. 
General Insurance Co. 
Leek-Cobb. 
Weatherspoon & Harris. 

Jewelers. 
Jones & Frazier. 
Case. C. H. 
Hillard. M. T. 

Snider- Wilcox & Fletcher Co. 
Womble, J. W. 

Laundries. 
Durham Steam Laundry. 
Alodel Steam Laundry. 
Chinese. 

Lawyers. 
Everett, R. 0. (Manning, Everett & Kitchin) 
Sheppard, W. G. 
Hedrick, H. G. 
McLendon, L. P. 
Bramham & Brawley. 
Pegram, J. Ed. 
Bryant & Brogden. 
Chambers, S. C. 
Sykes, R. H. 
Giles, J. A. 
Graham & Graham. 
Guthrie & Guthrie. 
Hill, E. J. 
Hobgood, A. S. 
Mason, W. W. 
Scarlette, Charles. 
Skinner, B. S. 
Sorrell, D. W. 
Tomlinson, Lawrence. 
Morehead, J. L. 
Gladstone, D. H. 
Tilley, L. L. 



Wissburg, A. L. 

Barbee, Jas. W. 

Fuller & Reade, 

Foushee, W. L. 

Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 

Cary Lumber Co. 

Hutchins Lumber Co. 

Carrington Lumber Co. 

Chatham Lumber Co. 

James Lumber Co. 

Young & Raymond. 

Perry, Ben. 

Airheart, J. M. 

Marble Works. 

Durham Marble Works. 

Sharpe, T. O., Marble and Granite Co. 

Durham Granite Co. 

Machinery Dealers. 

Harris Manufacturing Co. 

Kerr, J. T. 

Newspapers and Editors. 

SUN (Daily)— W. W. Weaver and S. J. Flick- 
inger, Publishers and Editors. 

MORNING HERALD (Dally)— Jos. H. King, 
Editor. 

N. C. JOURNAL OF EDUCATION— E. C. 
Brooks, Editor. 

TRINITY ARCHIVE (Monthly)— S. S. Al- 
derman, Editor. 

SATURDAY POST (Weekly)— T. H. Lind- 
say. 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. 

TRINITY CHRONICLE (Weekly Newspaper) 
— W. F. Young and C. W. Adams (negroes) 
Editors. 

DURHAM DEMOCRAT (Weekly)— O. F. 
Crowson, 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. 

Long, E. J. 

Lougee, W. J. 

Steadman & Cates. 

Moore, Fred. 

Morgan, W. L. 

Produce Dealers. 

Draughan & Terrell. 

Crockett & Nathan. 

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- 
United Photo Co. 

Printing Offices. 

Christian Press. 

Seenian Printery. 

Durham Sun. 



DURHAM— EDGECOMBE 



201 



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. 

Durham Loan & Trust Co. 

Jones, J. Southgate. 

Rose. J. I. 

Grissom, L. W. 

Reams, H. A. 

Norton, W. L. 

Elliott. P. T. 

Tailors. 
lion-Ton Tailors. 
Crabtree, W. C. 
Kellerman, Frank. 
Levy, D. W. 
Mesley, J. S. 
Markham-Harris. Co. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Hall & Wynn. 
Howerton-Kernodle Co. 

Veterinary Surgeons. 
Pety. J. W. 

Wall Paper Dealers. 
Freeland, W. F. 
Interior Decorating Co. 
Long, E. J. 
Toinlinsou, Willard C. 



Manufacturing Plants. 

The American Tobacco Co. (Cigarettes and 
Smoking Tobacco). 

Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Co. (Smoking 
Tobacco). 

Duke, W., Sons & Co. (Smoking Tobacco). 

Imperial Tobacco Co. (Re-ordering Plant). 

Veneable Tobacco Co. (Re-ordering). 

Branch, King Cigar Co. (Cigars). 

Ervvin Cotton Mills, Nos. 1 and 4. 

Durham Cotton Manufacturing Co. 

Pearl Coton Mills. 

Commonwealth Cotton Manufacturing Co. 

Golden Belt Manufacturing Co. (Cotton and 
Bags). 

Durham Hosiery Mills, Nos. 1 and 2. 

Kuker Foundry. 

Durham Iron Works. 

Smith Manufacturing Co. (Overalls). 

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 and Harness Co. 

Carolina Roller Mills (Flour and Meal). 

Vickory, A. W., & Co. (Spoke and Handle 
Factory). 

Durham Mattress Works. 

Austin-Heaton Co. (Flour and Meal). 

Southern Power Co. 

Durham Traction Co. (Inc.) 



EDGECOMBE COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, TARBORO. 



POPULATION: (Census 1910), 32,010. 

Formed in 1739. Named in honor of Earl of Edgecombe. 

AREA: 515 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $6,205,779; value of personal property, $3,916,232. 

Property listed in 1914, by whites, $9,406,729; by negroes, $715,282. 

TAX RATE — County purposes, 19c. on the $1(10; roads, 25c. 

County bonded debt, $1S,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 miles, assessed value 

Pullman Co., assessed value 

Southern Express Co. , assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Mast Carolina Railway, 18.00 miles, assessed value 

Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co., assessed valua 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co., assessed valua 

Southern Railway— Rolling Stock, assessed value 

Nash Telephone Co 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— March 1, March 29, May 31, June 1, September 
vember 1. 



.$1, 



476,817.00 

7,976.00 

9.285.00 

29,185.32 

24,050.00 

49,267.1 ii 

33, 132 00 

4.132.00 

36,597.00 

892 l o 

13, No- 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— A. T. Walston. 1 »r- 
lioro. 

SHERIFF— R. B. Hyatt, Tarboro. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— H. S. Bunn, Tar- 
lioio. 

TREASURER— B. F. Eagles, Macclesfield. 
It I'd. 

AUDITOR— J. S. Weddell. Tarboro. 

S1IPT. OF HEALTH— W. W. Green, Tarboro. 

FARM DEMONSTRATOR— Zeno Moore. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— W. H. M. Pittma.i. 
Tarboro. 

SUPT. OF HOME— J. W. Martin. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— C. A. Johnson, 
(Cbm'n.), Tarboro; W. W. Vick, Battleboro,' 
John Mayo. Bethel. 

COMMISSIONERS— W. G. Clark, (Chin'n.), 
lops; Jesse Brake, Medora, M. P. Edwards, 
Speed. 

ISOARD OF ELECTIONS— T. J. Taylor. 



(Chm'n.), Bethel; M. C. Edwardn, Speed: 
Paul Jonel, Sr., J. R. Gaskill, Tarboro. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

F. H. Pender, Tarboro; D. E. Cobb, Conetoc; 
O. P. House, Speed; T. J. Taylor, Bethel: .1. 
R. Etheridge, Whitakers; W. H. Cobb. Whit- 
akers; F. S. Lawrence, Battleboro: W. W. Vick, 
Battleboro; W. G. Harrell, Old Sparta; W. W. 
Eagles, Maccelseld; D. R. Mercer; Macclesfield: 
E. L. Pitt, Pinetops; T. H. Lancaster, Rocky 
Mount; W. N. Killebrew, Rocky Mount, W. 1''. 
James, Rocky Mount; T. F. Cherry, Rocky 
Mount; C. H. Spivey, Leggetts; W. P. Mercer, 
Elm City; II. L. Lancaster, Sharpsburg. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Speight. R. H., Whitakers. 
Killebrew, C. L.. Rocky Mount, R. 5. 
Mercer, W. P., Elm City. 
Barron, C. H., Elm City. 
Walton, C. B.. Macclesfield. 
Pitt, M. B., Old Sparta. 



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EDGECOMBE CorNTV 



Anderson, .1. H., Tarboro, Rfd. 
PVooten, \. M., Pinetop. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Pittman, Roland, Tarboro, Rfd. 
Plttman, o. ]-., Whitakers, Rfd. 
Lancaster, W. D., Battlesboro, Rfd. 
Lancaster, M. L., Rocky Mount, Rfd. 

CORN MILLS. 
Edmondson, L. 11., Tarboro, Rfd. 
Williams, Latham, Tarboro, Rfd. 
Stallings, W, L., Tarboro. 
Taylor, Jones, Bethel, Rfd. 
Eagles, is. P., Crisp. 
Fountain, Theo., Leggetts. 
Anderson, .1. n.. Tarboro, Rfd. 

COTTON GINS. 
Warren, R. C, Conetoe. 
Hannah-Jenkins, Tarboro, Rfd. 
Mayo, T. L., Bethel, Rfd. 
Thigpen, C. M., Conetoe, Rfd. 
Anderson, M. C., Tarboro. Rfd. 
Wiggins, .1. II.. Tarboro, Rfd. 
Felton & Pender, Tarboro. 
Whitehurst, J. A., Tarboro. 
Williams, ('. W.. Tarboro. 
Jeffreys, C. W., Tarboro. 
Bryan, Mrs. B. J., Battleboro. 
Duaghtridge. E. L. , Rocky Mount. 
Smithson, M. II., Battleboro. 
Redmond & Redmond, Tarboro, Rfd. 
Mayo, R. II., Bethel. Rfd. 
Webb, H. W., Macclesfield. 
Taylor, B. H., Bethel, Rfd. 
Mayo. C. W., Tarboro, Rfd. 
Worsley, Arnold, Conetoe. 
Proctor, I)., Rocky Mount. 
Howard, T. J., Conetoe. 
Howard, George. Tarboro. 
Odom, J. D.. Rocky Mount. 
Whitehurst, W. E., Conetoe. 
Cobb, Job, Tarboro. 
Eagles, B. P. Macclesfield. 
Davis, J. A., Tarboro, R. 2. 
Mercer, W. P., Elm City. 
Womble, C. D., Elm City. 
Hart, K. <!., Rocky Mount, Rfd. 
Pitt, M. B., Tarboro, Rfd. 
Bellamy, C. B., Speed. 
Howell, B. B., Tarboro. 
Hicks, T. H., Tarboro, Rfd. 
Howell, F. A., Tarboro. 
Lawrence, R. C, Hobgood. 
Sherrod & Bryan, Battleboro. 
Webb. H. W.. Maccelsfleld. 
Lancaster, Mrs. M. D., Rocky Mount, Rfd. 
Planters' Oil & Cotton Co., Rocky Mount. 
Shelton, H. H., Conetoe. 
Cox, Gen. W. R., Penelo. 
(air, Mrs. Elias, Macclasfleld. 
Dupree, Mrs. J. R. , Tarboro. 
Knight, Mrs. W. T., Tarboro. 
Mercer, Mrs. W. R., Tarboro. 
Sherrod, J. W., Hamilton. 
Webb, J. D., Tarboro, Rfd. 
Gorham, Frank, Tarboro, Rfd. 
Pinetops Sash and Blind Factory, Pinetops. 
Battle, Judge Jacob, Rocky Mount, Rfd. 
Bradley, J. B., & Son, Rocky Mount, Rfd. 
Brasswell, M. C, Battleboro. 
Brown, Walter, Rocky Mount. 
Norfleet, Uzeola, Tarboro. 
Killebrew, W. H., Rocky Mount, Rfd. 
Thorne, J. J., Rocky Mount. 
Pitt, R. E., St. Lewis. 
Varnell, James, Macclesfield. 
Batchelor, A. J., Sharpsburg. 
Davenport, W. J., Speed. 
Long, Mrs. M. E., Speed. 
Andrews, W. H., Tarboro, Rfd. 
Johnson, Henry, Tarboro. 
Anderson, J. H., Tarboro, Rfd. 
Baker, J. M.. Tarboro. 
Battle, J. W. B., Tarboro. 
Britt, Mrs. D. T., Tarboro. 
Pender, J. R., Tarboro. 
Lawrence & Staton, Tarboro. 



Deberry, G. T., Tarboro. 
Trevalhan. Win., Rocky Mount. 
Wiggins, T. A.. Tarboro. Rfd. 
Cumrolngs, W. 11., Tarboro. 
Page, W. i:.. Tarboro. Rfd. 
Edwards, M. P., Speed. 
I'airar. Mrs. K. I., Tarboro. 
Fountain, Theo., Tarboro, Rfd. 
Kni .1. il., Sharpsburg. 
Sherrod, J. M., Whltakers. 
Hart, W. A., Tarboro. 
Satterwhite, J. R., Tarboro (Estate.) 
Gardner, B. S., Pinetops, Rfd. 
Anderson, A., Whitakers. 
Savage, T. P., Tarboro, Rfd. 
I. ght, E. ('., Mildred. 
Keech, Mrs. B. J., Tarboro, Rfd. 
Lawrence, Lam, Tarboro, Rfd. 
Hart & Ort.s, Tarboro. 
McDowell, .1. 1'., Tarboro, Rfd. 
McNair, Mrs. C. L. .Tarboro, Rfd. 
Mayo, W. T., Tarboro. Rfd. 
Pender, W. D., Tarboro, Rfd. 
Phillips, Fiii'., Tarboro. 
Powell. Mrs. J. C, Tarboro, Rfd. 
Shackelford, J. F., Tarboro, Rfd. 
Stallings, W. L., Tarboro, Rfd. 
Tar River Oil Co., Tarboro, Rfd. 
Edmondson, L. H.. Tarboro, Rfd. 
Fountain, L. E., Tarboro, Rfd. 
Wiggins, F. L., Tarboro, Rfd. 
Bradley, W. C, Whitakers, Rfd. 
Ruffln & Gustin, Rocky Mount, Rfd. 
Denton, Frank, Whitakers, Rfd. 
Braswell, W. T., Whitakers, Rfd. 
Draughan, L. L., Whitakers, Rfd. 
Macclesfield Co. , Pinetops. 
Etheridge, J. R., Whitakers. 
Harper, Frank, Whitakers, Rfd. 
Pitman, Mrs. M. L., Wliitakers, Rfd. 
Whitakers Gin Co., Wliitakers. 
Corbett, W. J., Wliitakers, Rfd. 
Bellamy, S. C, Enfield. 
Mayo, N. J., & Bro., Coakly. 
Cherry, J. L., Tarboro, Rfd. 
Mayo, N. J.. Speed. 
Weeks, E. O., Whitakers, Rfd. 
Phillips, Riley, Pinetops. 
Corbett & Moore, Macclesfield. 
Fountian, Arthur, Leggetts. 
Bullock & Battle, Rocky Mount, Rfd. 
Gammons, Roland, Whitakers. 
Wiggins, J. H., Tarboro, Rfd. 
Knight, Mrs. M. T., Tarboro, Rfd. 
Thorne, W. F., Tarboro, Rfd. 
Holderness, G. A., Tarboro. 
Cale, Thaddeus Macclesfield. 
Bryant, J. B. , Tarboro. 
Horn, W. H., Rocky Mount. 
Dunbar, Co., Battleboro, Rfd. 
Wallace, W. IL, Macclesfield. 
Wilson, Claud, Tarboro. 
Gatlin, R. 'H., Tarboro. 
Bullock, R., Rocky Mount. 
Robbins. J. II.. Sharpsburg. 
Knight, E. C, Jr., Conetoe. 
Pennington, J. B., Tarboro. 
Cheshire, J. Tarboro. 
Pittman, O. I.., Whitakers. 
Watson, Vv T . W., Pinetops. 
Liles, J. C, & J. F., Tarboro. 
Tarboro Ginning Co., Inc., Tarboro. 
Royster Ginning Co., Speed. 
Johnston, Henry, Tarboro. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Johnson, J. W., Whitakers, Rfd. 
Crisp, Thomas, Mildred. 
Crisp, Amos, Macclesfield, Rfd. 

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. 



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COTTON MILLS. 

Fountain Cotton Mills, Tarboro. 
Tarboro Cotton Mills, Tarboro. 

SAW MILLS. 
McDowell, J. P., Tarboro. 
Fountain, Theo., Tarboro. 
Gammons, Koland R. Wliitakers, Rfd. 
Stallings, W. L. 

Sherrod, J. M., Wliitakers, Rfd. 
Fountain. L. E., Tarboro. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Hodges, Claire, Conetoe. 
Roberson, Hoyt, Conetoe. 
Cobb, Margaret. Conetoe. 
Thigpen, Hattie, Conetoe. 
James, Flossie, Bethel. 
Moore, Madeline, Bethel. ' 

Catling, Lucy Gray, Tarboro, U 4. 
Bridgers, W. A., Speed. 
Moore, Mary W., Sped. 
Savage, Brightsey, Speed. 
Edmundson, Vera, Tarboro. 
Green, E. L., Tarboro, R. 4. 
Palmer, Lucy, Tarboro, R. 4. 
Straughn, Mabel, Tarboro, R. 4. 
Lane, Mrs. P. H., Tarboro, R. 4. 
■ Bulluek, Viola, Whitakers, R. 1. 
Vines, Mary, Whitakers, R. 1. 
Raymond, Alice, Whitakers, R. 4. 
Edwards, Barbara, Battleboro. 
Ruffln, Ida, Battlebord. 

Hargrave, L. L., Battleboro. 

MacLeod, Almena. Battleboro. 

Cobb, Maybelle, Battleboro. 

Glenn, Margaret, Battleboro. 

Noel, Emma, Battleboro. 

White, Marion, Tarboro, R. 5. 

Bass, W. B., Tarboro, R. 2. 

Lassitcr, J. H., Macclesfield, R. 1. 

Moore, Edna, Macclesfield, R. 1. 

Hooten, Evelyn, Macclesfield. 

Green, Rebecca, Macclesfield, R. 1. 

Taylor, Nell, Macclesfield, R. 1. 

Turuaga, Maude, Fountain, R. 1. 

Corbett, Nina, Macclesfield, R. 3. 

Bryant, Mary, Macclesfield, R. 3. 

Carlton, D. H., Macclesfield. 

Bright, Mattie, Macclesfield. 

Owens, Nellie, Macclesfield. 

Batts, Nannie, Macclesfield. 

Hill, Josephine, Elm City, R. 3. 

Cobb, Lucy, Elm City, R. 3. 

Liles, Meta, Pinetops. 

Thome, Florence, Pinetops. 

Cobb, Katherine, Pinetops. 

Hyman, Margaret. Rocky Mount, R. 5. 

Corbett, Callie, Tarboro, R. 2. 

Moore, Agnes, Rocky Mount, R. 5. 

Walston, Mary, Rocky Mount. R. 5. 

Proctor, Lena, Rocky Mount, R. 5. 

Wiggins, Mrs. J. R., Rocky Mount. 

Bulluek, Mamie, Rocky Mount, R. 6. 

Ward, — ., Rockky Mount. 

Crech, — ., Rociy Mount. 

Leach, Nannie, Rocky Mount, R. 6. 

Hales, Mary, Rocky Mount, R. 6. 

Hearne, Josie, Rocky Mount, R. 6. 

Dunford, Annie, Elm City, R. 1. 

Bridgers, Mrs. J. A., Sharpsburg, R. 1. 

Bridgers, Mary, Tarboro. 

Bishop, Grace, Tarboro. 

Brown, Ora Lee, Tarboro. 

Smith, H. B., Tarboro. 

Taylir, II. E., Tarboro. 

Howell, Hattie, Tarboro. 

Bourne, Mary, Tarboro. 
Mallette, Emma, Tarboro. 
Morrison, Hal, Tarboro. 
Brooks, Gertrude, Tarboro. 
Mallett, Siddie, Tarboro. 
Bridgers, Loulie, Tarboro. 
Daughety, Lalla, Tarboro. 
Gillespie, ' Mrs. Effie, Tarboro. 



Moore, Leona, Tarboro. 
Beaman, Annie, Tarboro. 
Fountain, Alma, Tarboro. 
Banks, Nina, Tarboro. 
Wessinger, Eunice, Tarboro. 
Skinner, Ethel, Tarboro. 
Pender, Emily, Tarboro. 
Pitt, Mrs. R. E. L., Tarboro. 
Edmundson, Helen, Tarboro. 



TARBORO. 

Population, estimated, 5,500. 
White polls, 403; colored polls, 187. 
Value real estate. $1,197,750.00; value per- 
sonal property, $726,995.00. 
Bonded debt, $126,000. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— Paul Jones. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— F. P. Pulley. 
CLERK— J. H. Jacocks. 
TREASURER— J. H. Jacocks. 
TAX COLLECTOR— J. U. Jacocks. 
CITY ATTORNEY— Col. Jno. L. Bridgers. 
POSTMASTER— W. D. Leggett. 
R. R. AGENT— T. F. Marrow, A. C. L. 
EXPRESS AGENT— G. W. Dickson, South- 
ern Express Co. 

TELEGRAPH MANAGER— W. W. Hughes, 
W. U. 

TELEPHONE MANAGER— C. P. McCluer. 
Carolina Tel. & Tel. Co. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— R. H. Bowden, Pastor. 
EPISCOPAL— B. E. Brown, Rector. 
METHODIST — L. B. Jones, Pastor. 
PRESBYTERIAN— J. E. Ballou, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
PUBLIC— H. B. Smith, Supt. ; R. M. Davis. 
Prin. 

RUNNYMEDE— Mrs. Sallie Pitt. Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
FIRST NATIONAL— H. C. Bridges, Pres. ; 
H. H. Taylor. Cash. 

PAMLICO BANKING & INSURANCE CO.— 
II. L. Staton, Pres. ; A. M. Curtis, Cash. 

FARMERS" BANKING & TRUST CO.— 
George A. Holderness, Pres. ; E. A. Pennington, 
Cash. 

Building and Loan Associations. 
Edgecombe Homestead and Loan Association. 
Tarboro B. & L. Association. 

Book Stores. 
Clayton,. C. F. 

Butchers and Dealers In Cattle. 
Johnson, S. S. 
Jones, Willis. 
Andrews, Wade. 
Turner, J. D., & Son. 

Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Enterprise Carriage Co. 
Bussey, M. L. 
Hyatts, John B. 

Clubs. 
Tar Heel Club (Men). 
Hillside Country Club (Women). 
Commission Merc|jatns. 
Murphy, Jenkins & Co. 
Hearne, J. L. 
Peters, R. B. 
Royster, W. M. 

Cotton and Hosiery Mills. 
Fountain Cotton Mills. 
Tarboro Cotton Mills. 
Bunnymede Mills. 
Tarboro Knitting Mills. 
Fairview Hosiery Mills, Inc. 

General Merchants. 
Cummings Grocery Co. 
Keech, C. B., & Co. 
Liechtenstein, D., Co. 
Cummings, D. 
Garrett Y. D. 
Faithful, J. L. 
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Warren, W. E. 

llvniaii & ltoglason. 
II anil I, J. R. 
I'.ridgcrs, D. F. 
Williams, 1'auL 
Clark, W. S., & Sons. 
Stalling, W. P. 

Contractors and Builders. 
Wagoner, D. C. 
Howard. Geo. 
Harris, J). H. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 
Rlggan, P. ];., & Co. 
Murphy-Jenkins & Co. 
Wood, J. B. 

Chamber of Commerce. 
C. A. Johnson, Pres. ; T. B. Jacoks, Sec. 
Treas. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 
Rosenbloom & Levy. 
Zander, J. 
(lurry, T. J. 
Saied, J. 
Saied, E. 
Benjamin, W., & Sons. 

Dentists. 
Williams, Don. 
Weeks, G. E. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Tarboro House. 
New Farrar. 

Druggists. 
Edgecombe Drug Co. 
Cooke, R. E. L. 
McNair Drug Co. 
Staton & Zoeller. 

Doctors. 
Phillips. J. J. 
Norfleet, L. E. 
Baker, J. M. 
Thigpen, W. J. 
Harrell, S. N. 
Jenkins, J. D. 
Bass. S, P. 
Koyster, T. H. 
Green, W. W. 
Staton, I,. L. 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
Cherry, T. T. 
Clarke, W. S., & Sons. 
Roberson-Ruffin Co. 
Zander & MeCabe. 
Benjamin, W., & Sons. 
Rosenbaum & Levy. 
Baker & Edwards. 
Morsley, W.- R. 
Thomas Co. , The. 
Saied, E. 
Ual.il, J. B. 
Light, A. 

Power and Light Companies. 
Tarboro Light & Power Co. 

Fruit Dealers. 
Constantine, N. 

Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Royster, F. S., Co. 
Josey, N. B., Guano Co. 

Florists. 
Mehegan, Miss Erin- 

Fish and Oyster Dealers. 
Johnson. S. S. 
Jones, R. W. 
Andrews, W. H. 

Foundries and Iron Workers. 
Edgecombe Iron Works. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Simmons, W. L. & J. E. 
Carlyle, S. Q. 

Five and Ten Cent Store. 
McCrary, J. C. 

Grocers. 
Peters, R. B. 
Lichtenstein, D. 



Hardware Dealers. 
Pender Hardware Co. 
Austin, C. J. 
Morrow-Pitt Hardware Co., Inc. 

Hospitals. 
Pittman Sanatorium. 

Insurance Agents. 
Weddell, John A. 
Forbes, J. W. 
Cotton. John W. 
Jacoks & Royster. 

Jewelers. 
Bell, J. H. 
Hoilbroner, M. 



Sing, Charles. 



Laundries. 
Lawyers. 



Gilliam, H. A. 

Phillips, H .H. 

Bridgers, H. C. 

Staton, H. L. 

Staton, M. C. 

Bridgers, John L. 

Gaskill, .7. 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. 

Bun & Spruill. 

Bassett, L. V. 

Fountain, R. T. 



Sugg Bros. 



Machinery Dealers. 
Painters. 



Edwards. M. G. 
Brown, S. 
Brown, George. 

Paint and Oil Dealers. 
Pender Hardware Co. 
Austin, C. J. • 

Plumbers. 
Sugg, Jasper. 
Magee, P. A. 

Photographers. 
Alley, S. R. 

Newspapers and Editors. 

SOUTHERNER (Daily)— Frank Powell, Ed 
SOUTHERNER (Weekly)— Frank Powell, Ed. 
TARBORO STANDARD (Weekly)— Fred A. 
Moore, Editor. 

Printing Offices. 
Clayton, C. F. 
MeCabe, P. 

Real Estate Agents. 
Hyatt, R. B. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Carlile, F. M. 
Hyatt, J. B. 

Bakers. 
Braswell, W. B. 
Dancy, C. M. (Col.) 

Brick Manufacturers. 
Howard, George. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
Roberson-Ruffin Co. 
Zander & MeCabe. 
Benjamin, W., & Son. 
Zander, J. A. 
Clark, W. S., & Son. 
Rosenbaum & Levy. 
Cherry, T. T. 
Morsley, W. R. 
Thomas Co., The. 

Wall Paper Dealers. 
Staton & Zoellers. 



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Cotton Buyers. 
Hart & Smith. 
Nash, S. S. 
Shackelford, J. P. 

Peanut Buyers. 
Hart & Smith. 
Nash, S- S. 
.Tosey, E. J. 

Fruit Dealers. 
Constantine, N. 
Saleeby, N. & Co. 



BATTLEBORO. 

Population. 1910: 300. 

TAX RATE: 30c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR — M. C. Braswell. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— W. D. Daniel. 
CLERK— J. J. Hathaway. 
TREASURER— George W. Strickland. 
TAX COLLECTOR— W. D. Daniel. 
POSTMISTRESS— Mrs. Annie Fisher. 
It. R. AGENT— T. T. Short. 
EXPRESS AGENT— T. T. Short. 
Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— C. T. Plyborne. 
EPISCOPAL— R. B. Owens, Rector. 
METHODIST— E. N. Harrison, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
HIGH— L. L. Hargrave, Prin. 

Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Braswell, M. C. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 
Braswell. M. C. 
Williams, E. A. 

Hotels. 
Ferrall nouse. 

Cotton Gins and Oil Mills. 
Battleboro Oil Co. 

Department Stores. 
Braswell, M. C. 

Doctors. 
Marriott. H. B. 
Battle, George C. 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
Braswell, M. C. 
Williams, E. A. 
Hathaway, J. J. 
Edwards. W. E., & Son. 

Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Braswell. M. C. 
Williams, E. A. 
Hathaway, J. J. v 

Shingle Dealers. 
Braswell, M. C. 

Banks and Bankers. 
PLANTERS BANK— J. A. Daughtridge, 
Cash. 

Markets. 
Bailey. J. J. 
Lindsey, Jas. 

Saw Mills. 
Walker, M. W. 
Lawrence, J. B. 



CONETOE. 



Incorporated in 1S87. 

Population, 1910: 225. 

TAX RATE: 50c. on the $100. 

. Town Officers. 
MAYOR— ,T. B. Warren. 
CLERK— J. P. Ellis. 
TREASURER— E. T. Warren. 
TAX COLLECTOR— H. T. Barnhill. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— H. T. Barnhill. 
POSTMASTER— J. H. Shelton. 
R. R. AGENT— R. E. Shyver. 
EXPRESS AGENT— It. E. Shyver. 

Confectionery Dealers. 
Everett, D. E. 

Doctors. 
Simpson, J. Robert. 



General Merchandise. 
Dawson. Warren & Co. 
Clark, J. H. & Son. 
Hardy. W. A. 
Dail, J. W. 

Bullock, J. A. & Sons. 
Bullock, J. E. 
Bryant, J. O. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF CONETOE— 



PINETOPS. 



Incorporated in 1903. 

Population, 1913: Whites, 230; colored. 40, 
total, 270. 

Value real estate, $35,599, value personal 
property, $29,562. 

TAX RATE: 25c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— E. L. Pitt. 

POSTMASTER— W. L. Dunn. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— R. R. Langley. 

R. R. AGENT— C. D. LaErage. East Caro- 
lina Railroad. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— C. D. LaFrage. 
W. U. 

Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST— W. J. Covington, Pastor. 
PRESBYTERIAN— J. E. Ballou, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
HIGH— Meta Liles, Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
PINETOPS BANKING CO.— H. C. Bridgers. 
Pres. : W. E. Cobb. Cash. 
Jewelers. 
Langlev. R. R. 

General Merchants. 
Webb, W. D. 
Dunn, W. L. 
Harrell, M. T. 
Parker, S. L., & Co. 
Pihllips, W. E. 
Jenkins, A. B. 
Stokes, J. W.. & Son. 
Watson-Cobb Co. 
Pinetops Drug Co., Inc. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Webb House. 
Walston House. 

Livery Stables. 
Edmondson, J. D. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Pinetops Sash & Blind Co. 
Pinetops Oil & Guano Co. 
Dunn, W. L. 

Dealers in Millinery. 
Dunn, Bennie S. 

Doctors. 
Wooten, A. M. 



MACCLESFIELD. 

Incorporated in 1901. 

Population, 1910: White, 357; colored, 80: 
total. 405. 

Value of real estate, $44,685; value of per- 
sonal property, $30,000. 

TAX RATE: 33 l-3c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— W. M. Moore. 
POSTMASTER— K. C. Lewis. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— Wiley Mears. 
R. R. AGENT— M. B. Bridgers. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— M. B. Bridgers 

Schools and Academies. 
HIGH— D. Hill Carlton, Prin. 

Doctors. 
Mitchell. G. W. 



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General Merchants. 
Corbett & Moore. 
Harris, W. P. 
Felton. A. B. 
Macclesfield Supply Co. 
Wlnstead. J. T. 
Gray, Ellis. & Son. 
riiillips Bros. & Co. 
Corbet! & Brown. 
Easou Bros. 
Clover, .1. B. W. 
Baker, J. B. 

Livery Stables. 
Forbes, J. A. 
(lark Bros. 

Bottling Plants. 
Mint Cola Bottling Co. 

Druggists. 
Mitchell Drug Co.. Geo. W. Mitchell. Prop. 

Boarding Houses. 
Corbett, Mrs. J. L. D. 

Saw Mills. 
Corbitt & Moore. 
Kale, Thaddeus. 

Cotton Gins. 
Corbitt & Moore. 
Kale, Thaddeus. 

Grist Mills. 
Kale, Thaddeus. 

Brick Manufacturers. 
Webb, H. W. 

Insurance Agents. 
Edwards. J. Walter. 



SPEED. 

Population, 1910: White, 55; colored, 10: 
total. 65. 
POSTMASTER— A. J. Parker. 
R. R. AGENT— D. H. Parker, A. C. L. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— D. H. Parker. 
W. V. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— T. L. Vernon, Pastor. 
EPISCOPAL— B. P. Brown. Rector. 

Schools and Academies. 
HIGH— W. A. Bridgers, Prin. 

General Merchants. 
Langston, R. H. 
Knight, V. B., & Son. 
Satterthwaite, J. W. 
Edwards & Hyde. 
Parker. M. S. 

Edwards, W. L. (Successor to Davenport, 
\V. H.) 

Lucas, "Wilson. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Parker, A. J. 

Livery Stables. 
Parker, A. J. 

Cotton Gins. 
Royster Ginning Co. 

Saw Mills. 
Edwards, M. P. 

Auto Liveries. 
Jones. J. F. 



WHITAKERS. 

Incorporated In 1872. 

Population, 1910: White, 700; colored, 300: 
total, 1,000. 

Value of real estate. $252,892.54; value of 
personal property. $164,202.36. 

TAX KATE: 85c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— O. D. Mann. 

POSTMISTRESS— Emma L. Vaughan. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— R. F. Weaver. 

R. R. AGENT— J. P. Loftin. A. C. L. 

TELEGRAPH MANAGER— J. P. Loftin. 
W. U. 

Ministers and Churches. 

METHODIST— Rev. Harrison, Pastor. 

METHODIST PROTESTANT— T. E. Davis, 

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST— A. J. Moore, Pastor 
DISCIPLE— C. L Farrish, Pastor. 
BAPTIST— C. T. Plybon, Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 
HIGH— J. I. White, Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF WHITAKERS— W. T. Braswell. 
Pres. ; D. B. Gaskill, Cash. 
Doctors. 
Braswell, J. C. 
Ray, J. C. 
Cobb, W. H. 
Cutchins. J. H., Jr. 

Druggists. 
Whitakers Pharmacy. 
Ray, J. C, Drug Co. 

General Merchants. 
Bradley, R. A., & Bro. 
Tucker, G. F., & Co. 
Blount, ' T. E. 
Mann, O. D. 
Knight, W. S. 
Woodard & Green. 
Cutchin, J. S. 
Cutehin, F. H. 
Pittman, O. L. 
Harris, Win. 
Woodard, Mrs. R. H. 
Dinton, Cicero. 
Cutchin. J. B. 
Moore, J. C, & Bros. Co. 
Bloom, Max. 
Moore, O. J.. & Co. (Wholesale). 

Hardware Dealers. 
Whitakers Hardware Co. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Woody, Mrs. O. S. 
Askew, J. D. 
Batts, Mrs. W. F. 

Livery Stables. 
Marks, J. R. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Heame Bros. & Co. (Coffins). 
Southern Hardware Mfg. Co. (Coffins, Hard 
ware). 

Winstead, R. W. (Lumber). 
Whitakers Oil Co. 



FORSYTH COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, WINSTON-SALEM. 



POPULATION— (Census, 1910), 47,311. 

Formed in 1SS4. Named in honor of Col. Benj. Forsyth, of Germantown, Stokes Coutny. 

AREA — 340 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $12,515,541; value of personal property, $14,623,535. 

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS— For whites, 81; for negroes, 22. 

TAX RATE — State Tax, $100 Valuation: General Fund, .23 2-3: Pensions, .04; Schools, 
.20; Total, .47 2-3. County Tax, $100 Valuation: General Fund, .17 1-2: Special Bridges, .OS; 
Interest and Sinking Fund, .07; Roads, .28; Total, .60 1-2. 

County bonded debt. $190,000. 

PUBLIC ROADS — Worked by taxation; convicts used. 



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RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

North State Telephone Co., assessed value $ 

Pullman Co. , assessed value 

Kernersville Telephone Co. , assessed value 

Muddy Creel; Telephone Co., assessed value 

Good Will Telephone Co., assessed value • 

Southern Railway Co.. 36.71 miles, assessed value 1 

Atlantic and Yadkin Railway, 10.77 miles, assessed value 

North Carolina Midland Railroad, 13.73 miles, assessed value 

Winston-Salem Southbound Railroad, 7.16 miles,, assessed value 

Southern Power Co.. assessed value 

Southern Express Co. , assessed valut 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. , assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Pries Manufacturing Co. , assessed value 

Norfolk and Western Railway, 15.27 miles, assessed value 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. , assessed value 

Winston-Salem Gas Co., assessed value 

Farmers Quickstep Telephone Co., assessed value 

Midway Telephone Co. , assessed value 

Rural Telephone Co., assessed value 

I lasier Telephone Co., assessed value 

Walker Town Telephone Co., assessed value 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— January 4, February S (civil). March 8 (civil), 
April 6 (civil, May 17 (civil), July. 26, September 13 (civil), October 4, November 
December 13. 



l lo.Ofl 

6,537. in 

900.00 

230.110 

450.ro 

,436,098.00 

120,319.00 

281,462.95 

Kill. 120. 00 

19, .00 

12.51 LOO 

93,435.00 

6,732 00 

179,246.00 

330.819.CO 

1,124.02 

25,000.00 

700.0:. 

3.557.00 

6,537.00 

200.00 

500.00 

March 22. 

8 (civil). 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— R. E. Transou, Be- 
thania. 

SHERIFF — Geo. W. Flynt, Winston. 
.REGISTER OF DEEDS— J. M. Lentz, Win- 
ton. 

TREASURER— R. R. Crawford. 

CORONER— W. N. Dalton, Winston. 

SURVEYOR— E. A. Conrad, Winston. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— E. F. Strickland, Be- 
thania. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— W. B. Speas, Wins- 
ton. 

SUPT. OF HOME— W. J. Mock, Winston. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— J. F. Griffith, 
Winston; E. T. Kapp, Bethania; J. W. Pin- 
nix, Kernersville. 

COMMISSIONERS— E. T. Mickey (chm'n), 

John Waddill, W. R. Wagoner. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— Wm. T. Wilson 
(chm'n), Winston - S alem ; R. M. Cox, B. C. 
Tavis, Winston. 

HIGHWAY COMMISSIONERS— W. B. Stef- 
ford (chm'n), D. W. Harmon. E. T. Lehman, 
E. W. Houser (Secy. & Treas). 

COUNTY AUDITOR— Leon Cash. 

COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH— E. T. 
Mickey (chm'n.), W. B. Speas, O. B. Eaton, 
Dr. S. F. Pfohl, Dr. R. L. Carlton. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

ABBOTTS CREEK" TOWNSHIP— R. 
Phipps, J. H. Whicker. 

BELEWS CREEK— R. S. Linville, J. 
Fare, A. W. Preston, Levi Ring, Jno. 
Holder. 

BETHANIA— J. T. Westmoreland, E. R. 
Zimmerman, R. O. Butner, C. L. Holland, J. 
G. Clayton. 

BROAD BAY— E. E. Krouse, E. P. Heitman 
Guger, Thos. B. Wilson. 

CLEMMONSVILLE— J. L. Phelps, T. W. 
Griffith. W. H. Davis. Frank Cook. 

KERNERSVILLE— B. Y. Stafford. J. M. 
Guger. 

LEWISVILLE— A. A. Styers, W. R. Wagoner, 
J. J. Kinney. 

MIDDLE FORK— Chas. M. Hooser, E. W 
Linville, L. M. Disher, W. P. Walker, M. W 
Smith, Geo. W. Crews, R. D. Gouriey. 

OLD RICHMOND— H. B. Holder. A. F. 
Long, C. B. Moore, W. F. Sprinkle. 

OLD TOWN— J. H. Stiller, C. E. Hine, J. L, 
Marshall. J. A. I. Phelps, J. E. Conrad, S. A 
James, J. H. Shamel. 

SALEM CHAPEL— Jas. H. Morris, L. B 
Walker, W. T. Bowman, R. S. Crews, A. L 
Perrill, J. A. Marshall. Fletcher Moir. 



A. 



W. 
A. 



SOUTH FORK— J. H. Morris, C. R. Snyder, 
J. A. N. Nifong, J. T. Jones, Wm. A. Crouse. 

VIENNA— R. C. Lineback, E. W. Houser. 
W. H. Goslen, R. C. Conrad. J. S. Conrad. E. 
A. Conrad, A. L. Tise. 

WINSTON— H. W. Stanford, R. A. Jenkins. 
J. W. Byerly, J. G. Young, J. R. Pleasant, Z. 
T. Bynum, J. II. Scott, H. C. Jones, E. O. 
Curtis, J. C. Bessent, P. T. Lehman. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

CHRISTIAN— P. B. Abbott, Brantley Hen- 
dricks, Pfafftown; J. P. Binkley. John V. War- 
ner, Clemmons; J. W. Wolff, Rural Hall. 

METHODIST— G. W. Williams, Rural Hall; 
H C. Byrum, Kernersville: A. G. Loftin, I.ew- 
isville; O. J. Jones, Walkertown. 

BAPTIST— W. H. West. Kernersville; J. T. 
Kirk, Lewisville. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

WALKERTOWN PUBLIC— Rev. C. H. Wen- 
hold, Prin., Walkertown. 

CLEMMONS— J. E. Hall, Prin., Clemmons- 
ville. 

LEWISVILLE HIGH— J. R. Craven, Prin., 
Lewisville. 

BETHANIA HIGH— W. C. Guess, Prin., 
Bethania. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Flynt. S .F., Rural Hall. 

Hammock. J. C, Walkertown. 

Carlton, R. L. Kernersville. 

Linvile, A. Y., Winston-Salem. 

Justice. J. T., Kernersvlle. 

Linville, A. Y., Winston-Salem. 

Dalton, W. N.. Winston-Salem. 

Strickland, E. F., Bethama. 
OSTEOPATH. 

McClenny, D. C. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWN. 

Mickle. C. F., Pfafftown. Rfd. 

Kapp. E. E., Tobaccoville. 

Doub. S. G., & Co., Tobaccoville. 

Moser, C. C. . Lewisville. 

Holland. Thos., & Co.. Lewisville. 

Lehman & Butner. Bethania. 

Davis & Allen, Clemmons. 

Blackburn & Co., Linville. 

Harper, A. B., Clemmons. 

Shore, W. J., Clemmons. 

Carter & James. Joliet. 

Hine, F. T.. Old Town. 

Spainhour & Flynn. Donnoha. 

Speas, J. W., Donnoha. 

Warl Bros. & Reed. Donnoha. 



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FLOUR. CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Kapp & Miller Co., Rural Hall. 
Spach Bros. (Roller Mills), Winston. 
Bethanla Stock Co. (Roller Mill), Bethanla 
Sides, L. 11. (Roller Mills). Clemmons. 

SAW MILLS. 
Sprinkle Bros., Dasler. 
Leiglit Bros., Walkertown. 
Tucker Bros.. Winston. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
\v< at, Jettie, Kernersvllle. 
Hedgecock, Grover, Kernersvllle. 
Pitts, E. w. . Kernersvllle, 
Trent, Addie, Kernersvllle. 
Whicker, Jessie, Kernersvllle. 
Shields, Lucy, Kernersvllle. 
Smith, J. E. , Kernersvllle. 
Kidd, J. B., Belews Creek, R. 1. 
Fulton, W. B., Kernersvllle, R. 3. 
Preston, Bertha, Walkertown. 
Pegram, L. C, Kernersvllle. 
Middleton, Mrs. Jessie, Belews Creek, R. 1. 
Woosley, T. J., Clemmons. 
Flynt, Mayne, Belews Creek. 
Sullivan. Florence, Rural Hall, R. 1. 
Helsabeck, H. O., Rural Hall, R. 2. 
Jones. Kate, Tobaccoville, R. 1. 
Lindley, A. O., Rural Hall. 
Miller, Lillian, Rural Hall. 
Payne. Ruth. Rural Hall. 
Lawrence, Victoria, Pilot Mountain. 
Spainhower, R. A., Tobaccoville. 
Merritt, Blanche, Rural Hall, R. 1. 
Sullivan, Annie, Rural Hall, R. 1. 
Hall, S. W.. Advance. 
Robertson, Nannie, Winston-Salem. 
Mockk, Gertrude, Winston-Salem. 
Crist, Elizabeth, Winston-Salem. 
Finnix, Maude, Kernersville. 
Vance, Gertrude. Kernersville. 
Harris, Mabel, Winston-Salem. 
Ferguson. Hattye, Winston-Salem. 
Strupe, Maida, Tobaccoville. 
Schott, Ruth, Winston-Salem. 
Tuttle, Grace, Winston-Salem. 
Yokley, J. R., Winston-Salem, R. 4. 
Johnson, IT. G., Winston-Salem. 
Mullican, Jennie, Clemmons. 
Greider, Ruth, Winston-Salem. 
Norman, May, Winston-Salem. 
Messer, Zilphia. Winston-Salem. 
Sprinkle, Fannie, Clemmons. 
Welfare, Sallie, Winston-Salem, R. 1. 
Kirk, J. T., Clemmons. 
Blaekkburn, W. E., Clemmons. 
Stone, J. A., Kernersville. 
Motsinger, Joseph, Kernersville. 
Shields, Cora, Kernersville, R. 1. 
Morris. Fleda. Kernersville, R. 4. 
Lowdermilk, W. R., Kernersville. 
Crews, Floss, Kernersville, R. 3. 
McKaughan, J. H. , Kernersville. 
Boyer, Lillian, Winston-Salem. 
Craft, Carrie, Lewisville. 
Yarborough, Garce, Winston-Salem, R. 2. 
Holder, M. A., Clemmons, R. 1. 
Warner, Bessie, Clemmons. R. 1. 
Merritt, J. E., Rural Hall, R. 1. 
MlUer, Ida, Clemmons, R. 1. 
Boner, Evola, Clemmons, R. 1. 
Wilson, Wilhelmina, Pfafftown. 
Whittington, Elizabeth, Pfafftown. 
Mecum, Fa, men Walkertowji. 
Wagoner, Pearl, Walnut Cove, It. 4. 
Moir. Louise. Walkertown. 
Day, Cynthia, Walkertown. 
Whicker, Eudora, Walkertown, R. 1. 
Womack, Bessie, Winston-Salem. 
Yarborough, Erna, Winston-Salem, R. 2. 
Wall, Mamie, Winston-Salem. 
Stimpson, Roxie, Pfafftown. 
Daniel, J. W., Winston-Salem, R. 3. 
Cox, Anna, Winston-Salem, R. 3. 
Hanes, Mary, Winston-Salem. 



Whicker, .1. N. . Kernersville, R. 4. 
Smith. Emma. Winston- Salem, R. 6. 
Butner, Bertha, Bethanla. 
Beroth, Maude, Pfafftown, R. 1. 
sills. Faille, Easl Bend. 
Tlse, Fannie, Bi th inia. 
Goslen, ('. II.. Pfafftown, R. 1. 

Spainhower. ('. W. Tobi oville. 

Talley, Tuchia, Winston-Salem, R. 7. 

Redman, Carrie, Pilot Mnuntain. 

linl.ier, II. P... Tobaccoville. 

Whittington, Maryllllie, Pfafftown. 

Conrad, Mrs. Claudia. Winston-Salem, R. 

Eager, Myrtie, Winston-Salem, it. 7. 

Lone, Ida. Winston-Salem, R. 7. 

Mickle, Lillian. Pfafftown. 

Pfaff, C. R., Pfafftown. 

1'faff, Ruth. Winston-Salem, R. 2. 

Murray. J. W. . Winston-Salem, R. 7. 

Pinnix. 'Frances, ReldsviHe. 

Pinnix, Nina, Kernersville. 

S. if. Sudie, Winston-Salem. 

Gruhbs, J. I,.. Walkertown. R. 1. 

Uneback, Addie, Winston -Salem, R. 7. 

Alspaugh, Nellie, Winston-Salem, R. 1. 

Alspaugh, Nora, Winston-Salem, R. 2. 

Conrad, Hattie, Winston-Salem, R. 2. 

Palmer, Sallie M.. Macon. 

Perrell, David. Winston-Salem. 

Holder, Maggie, Kernersville, R. 4. 

Keith, Helen, Winston-Salem. 

Miller, Lillie, Winston-Salem, R. 4. 

Mullican, Emma. Clemmons. 

Holder, Ora, Clemmons. 

Davis, P. D., Winston-Salem, R. 1. 

Nifong, L. G., Winston-Salem, R. 4. 

Hauser, Blanche, Pfafftown. 

McVey, Mary, Snow Camp. 

Goslen, R. W., Pfafftown, R. 1. 

Hendrix, Era, Cana. 

Hauser, Jessie, Pfafftown, R. 1. 

Goslen, J. W., Pfafftown, R. 1. 

Martin, C. C, East Bend. 

Hauser. P. E., Winston-Salem, R. 2. 

Holder, O. E., Winston-Salem, R. 2 . 

Conrad, Mrs. Francos. Winston-Salem, R. 

Goslen, H. B., Pfafftown, R. 1. 

Norman, Sarah, Winston-Salem. 

Sledge, Estelle, Winston-Salem. 

Edwards, M. Adna, Kernersville. 

Trogden, Effie M., Oak Ridge. 



WINSTON-SALEM. 

Population, 1913: 38.000 ( including suburbs). 

No. polls, appromiate white, 2,893; colored. 
1,930: actual. 4.S23. 

Estimated value real and personal property, 
$40,000,000. 

TAX RATE— $1.20 on the $100. 
Bonded debt, $1,225,000. 

Floating debt, $251,700.00. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— O. B. Eaton. 

CHIEF OR POLICE— J. A. Thomas. 

TREASURER— W. H. Holcomb. 

TAX COLLECTOR— Robt, R. Kenney. 

JUDGE MUNICIPAL COURT— G. H. Hast- 
ings. 

CLERK MUNICIPAL COURT— O. O. Tesh. 

ATTORNEYS— Manly. Hendren & Womble. 
SUPT. OF HEALTH— V. M. Long. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— R. H. Latham. 

POSTMASTER— R. S. Galloway. 

R. R. AGENTS— E. B. Kearus. Norfolk & 
Western and Winston-Salem South Bound Rail- 
Postal 

TELEPHONE MANAGER— W. B. Little, 
ways : W. P. Reld, Southern Railway. 

EXPRESS AGENT— J. B. Pritchett, South- 
ern. 

TELEGRAPH MANAGERS— Frank C. Smith, 
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Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST — (Centenary), E. L. Bain. Pas- 
tor: (West End). R. M. Courtney, Pastor; 
(Grace and Liberty), J. S. Hiatt. 

MORAVIAN— (The Home Church, J. K. 
Pfohl. Pastor; (Cavalry). Ed. S. Crosland, Pas- 
tor; (Christ's), J. S. McCuiston; (Elm Street 
Chapel), J. K. Pfohl, Pastor; (Fairview), L. B. 
Luckinbach, Pastor; (Southside), D. C. Stam- 
ple 

EPISCOPAL — Henry Teller Cocke. Rector. 

LUTHERAN — E. A. Shenck. Pastor. 
CATHOLIC— Father Willifold Bumgardner, 
(Furfold Gospel), Rev. Garrison. Pastor. 

BAPTIST — (First), H. A. Brown; (Brown 
Memorial), C. H. Durham; (West Winston), 
J. F. Michener: (Salem Baptist), Thos. C. 
• Keatin: (Soutliside). W. V. Swaim; (Evange- 
list). F. M. Day; Samuel F. Keatin. 

PRESBYTERIAN— (First Church). Neal L. 
Anderson; (N. Winston), Geo. W. Lee. 
Schools and Academies. 

GRADED— R. H. Latham. Supt. 

HIGH — L. Lea. Prin. 

NORTH WINSTON GRADED— Thos. H. 
Cash, Prin. 
WEST END GRADED— J. M. Davis, Prin. 

EAST WINSTON GRADED— Ada Roan, 
Prin. 

SALEM FEMALE— Rev. H. E. Rondhaler 
Pies. 

CAROLINA BUSINESS COLLEGE— C. L. 
I'adgett, Pres. 

SALEM BOY'S— J. F. Brower, Prin. 
Architects. 

Fogle Bros. Co. 

Northup. W. C. 

Zimmerman, J. S. 

Banks and Bankers. 

WACHOVIA BANK & TRUST CO.— F. H. 
Fries, Pres. 

PEOPLES NATIONAL— J. W. Fries, Pres.; 
W. A. Blair. Cash. 

MERCHANTS NATIONAL— Geo. W. Mas- 

FORSYTH SAVING & TRUST CO.— 
(Colored Bank). 

Bakers. 

Winkler, Mrs. A. W. 

Pearson. S. A. 

Brick Manufacturers. 

Byerly. R. F., Co. 

Hedgecock & Hine. 

Snyder, S. A. 

Win'-ton Brick & Tile Co. 

Carter & Co. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

Jenkins Bros. Shoe Co. (Wholesale). 

Brown, F. C, Sons Co. 

Daye, A., & Co. 

Efird Depaprtment Stores. > 

Barr's Shoe Store. 

Snow Bros. 

Shapiro, A. 

Vernon Co. 

Boyles Bros. Co. 

Fletcher Bros. Co. 

Jones & Gentry. 

Lashmit, J. L. 

Peoples Shoe Store. 

Meyers-Westbrook Co. 

Miller, B. A.. & Co. 

Rosenbaeker & Bro. 

Barr's Shoe Store. 

Poe, A. P. 

Wright, W. C. 

United Shoe Stores. 

Book Stores. 

Barber Book Store. 

Watkins, W. H. 

Business Ornanizations. 

Tobacco Board of Trade. 

Retail Merchants' Association. 

BOARD OF TRADE— J. L. Ludlow. Pies. 



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Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 
Hawkins, 6. W 
Mickey & Farnum. 
Williams, Norman. 
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. 
Gray, Mrs. 
O'Brien. Mrs. L. C. 
The Plaza. 
Piedmont House. 

Brokers. 
Thomas. Hensell. 
Vaughan, E. D., & Co. 
Vernay, F. S. 
Johnson & Watson. 
Moore, B. S., & Co. 

Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Cranford & Snyder. 
Nissen, C. F., Co. 
Smook & McCray. 
Wall Huske Co. 
Nissen, G. E., & Co. 
Nissen, S. J., Co. 
Winston Vehicle Co. 

Cotton and Hosiery Mills. 
Hanes, P. IL, Spinning Co. 
Chatham Manufacturing Co. 
Arista Mills Co. 
Maline Mills. 
Southside Mill. 
Carolina Mills. 
Inverness Mills Co. 
Hanes. P. H., Knitting Co. 
Shamrock Mills. 
Carolina Cloth Products Co. 

Flour, Corn and Feed Mills. 
Forsyth Roller Mills. 
Southside Roller Mills. 
Wachovia Mills. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Fogle Bros., Co. (Lumber). 
Hoover, A. L. , & Co. 
Miller Bros Co. 
Phillips, J. H. 

Shelton, J. E., Lumber & Box Co. 
Smith-Phillips Lumber Co. 
Woolen Mills. 

Chatham Manufacturing Co. (Woolen). 
Ogburn, M. L. (Roller Mills). 
Burke, P. E. (Roller Mills). 
Kester, J. W. (Roller Mills). 
Sides, L. H. (Roller Mills). 
Picket, David (Shop, Wash and Ironing 
Boards). 
Mendenhall & Co. (Saw and Grist Mills). 
Speas Manufacturing Co. 
Sheppard & Phillips. 
Mendell Box Co. 

Confectionery Dealers. 
Crystal Candy Co. 
Daye, Henry. 
Brandon, A. C. 
Side, Isham 
Starbough, H. 
McGee, J. W. 
Abram Bros. 
Elkins, J. R. 
Sweet Shop, The. 
Polite Candy Kitchen. 

Fruits and Produce. 
Barbe & Sharpe. 
Gardner & Clark. (Wholesale). 
Sharp, C. L. 



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Contractors and Builders. 

Fogle Bros. Co. 
Miller, Gaston. 

Miller & Hlatt. 
Miller, B. A. 
Speas Manufacturing Co. 
Bhi ppard & Phillips. 
Bolladay & Crouse. 

Wall. .1. W. & C. M. 
Crul.bs. .1. 11. 
Butner, T. A. 
Ki nnerlv. J. K. 
Joyner, \V. F. 
Wall. A. II. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 
Thomas, C. M., & Co. 
Anderson, E. L. 
City Wooil Yard. 
Carolina Cold Storage & Ice Co. 
Thomas, .1. K. 
City Fuel Co. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 

Boyles, Bros. Co. 

Brown, Frank C, Sons Co. 

II. nrv Rose Co. 

Daye, A., & Co. 

Fletcher Bros. 

Jacobs, Joe, Clothing Co. 

McDowell & Rogers. 

Meyers-Westbrook Co. 

Robinson, E. 

Rosenbacher & Bro. 

Stith, A., & Co. 

Wallace & Co. 

British Woolen Mills. 

Farly & Asliin. 

Shapiro, A. 

Winston Clothing Co. 

The Vogue. 

Ideal Store. 

Eflrd Department Store. 

Hitchcock-Trotter Co. 

Mock-Bagby- Stockton Co. 

Stith, F. A.. & Co. 

Department Stores. 

Meyers-Westbrook Co. 
Rosebacher & Bro. 
Daye, A., & Co. 
Ideal Store. 
Efird Dept. Store. 

Dentists. 
Apple, R. A. & T. A. 
Horton. H. V. 
Horton, P. E. 
Jones, R. H. 
Sapp, C. C. 
Blum, J. A. 
McClung, J. A. 
Watkins, J. C. 
Conrad, W. J. 
Baltimore Dental Parlors. 
Geddie, C. H. 
Fox. L. S. 

Tobacco Manufacturers and Dealers. 

Bailey Bros. 
Bohannan, F. M. 
Brown & Williamson. 
Flynt, J. G., Tobacco Co. 
Whitaker-Harvey Co. 
Reynolds, R. J., Tobacco Co. 
Taylor Bros. 

Tobacco Supplies 
Martin, Watt. 

Fertllzer Dealers and Manufacturers. 

Southern Chemical Co. 
Union Guano Co. 

Druggists. 
O'Hanlon. 
Owens Drug Co. 
Thompson Drug Co. 



\ hi dn-Crutchfleld & Co. (Wholesale). 
Winston Drug Co. (Wholesale). 
I'airviiw Drug Co. 

Southside Drug Co. 
Hutchins Drug Store. 
Rankin-Butner Co. 

Doctors. 
Rynum, John. 
ii ilton, l). N. 
Davis, A. P. 
Schallert, P. O. 
Fearrington, J. P. 
Cray, E. 1'. 
J< wett, R. D. 
Kapp, II. H. 
Johnson, W. M. 
Lockett, 10. A. 
I.mt. II. S. 
Pfhol, S. F. 
Spainhour, E. H. 
Spencer, W. O. 
Summers, C. L. 
Linville, W. C. 

Fli ruing. C. J. (Veterinary). 
Bahnson, H. T. 
Nicholson, J. P. 
Echols. R. M. (Osteopath). 
Alexander, J. J. 
Laurence, C. S. 
Craig, S. D. 
Wiggins, J. C. 
Mitchell, A. S. (Occulist). 
Wall, R. L. 
Valk, A. De T. 
Schaub, O. P. 
Whittington, J. B. 
Dowdy, J. E. 
State, J. S. 

Dry Goods and Notions. 

Hitchcock-Trotter Co. 

Meyers-Westbrook Co. 

Rosi nbacher & Bro. 

Morrissett Co., The. 

Meyers, Edw. 

Daye, A., & Co. 

Feimster's. 

Nading. H. A. (Wholesale). 

Efird Department Store. 

Ideal Store. 

Davis, J. X. 

Davis. Mrs. R. 

Hester, J. W., Co. 

Adams, J. J., & Co. 

American Stock Co. 

Gilmer Bros. Co. (Wholesale). 

Marler-Dalton-Gilmer Co. (Wholesale). 

Ladies Emporium. 

Spaugh. E. J. 

Carter & Co. 

Hancock, Mrs. T. W. 

Parrish Dry Goods Co. 

Raibb, - F. 

General Merchandise. 

Farmers' Stock Co. 

Kress, H. S.. 5. 10 and 25e. Store. 

Carter Co., The. 

Southern Public Utilities Co. 

Power and Light Company. 
Winston-Salem Gas Co. 
Southern Utilities Co. 

Garages. 
The Motor Co. 
Montague Garage. 
Carolina Caddillac Co. 

Florists. 
Walker, G. I. 
McXulty, Martin. 
Grunert, R. L. 

Fish and Oyster Dealers. 
Rose, Sam. 
Marshall, John. 
Pleasant, E. F. 



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Land, John. 


Hospitals. 




Hardman, Chas. 
Pope, R. A. 
Fishel, L. E. 


Spencer Sanitorium. 




The Twin-City Hospital. 




Reynolds, G. G. 


City Hospital. 




Foundries and Iron Works. 


Insurance Agents. 




Salem Iron Works. 


Foltz & Spaugh. (Life). 




Crawford Plumbing & Mill Supply Co. 


Home Real Estate, Loan & Trust Co. 


(Life). 


Force, E. Z., Pump Co. 


O'Brien, W. L. (Life). 




Cook-Lewis Foundry Co. 


Wimbish & Murchison. (Life). 




Vance, J. A., & Co. 


Todor, George C. (Life). 




Briggs, Shaffner & Co. 


Sills, J. E. (Life). 




Beck Machine Co. 


Gray, E. E. (Fire). 




Furniture Dealers and Manufacturers. 


Bessent, J. C- (Fire). 




Crim-Cantreil Furniture Co. 


Home Real Estate, Loan & Insurance Co. 


Huntley-Hill-Stockton Co. 


(Fire). 




Rominger, C. D. 


Galloway & Jenkins. (Fire). 




Clodfelter Cude Co. 


Wachovia Bank & Trust Co. (Fire). 




Forsythe Dining Room Co. 


Lineback, Jas. S. (Fire). 




Wells Furniture Co. 


The Follin Co. (Fire). 




Forsyth Furniture Co. 


Winston Agency Co. (Fire). 




Huntley, B. F., Co. 


Spauggh, H. W. (Fire). 




Kelley Handle Co. 


Johnson, C. E. (Fire). 




Forsyth Furniture Co. 


Jerome & Johnson. 




Forsyth Iron Bed Co. 


Money, R. H. (Fire). 




Jones Bros. 


Dunn, J. S. (Fire). 




Southern Furniture Co. 


Young, J. G. (Fire). 




Grocers. 


Walker, R. T. (Fire) . 
Leak & Cobb. 




(Wholesale.) 






Cromer Brothers. 


Jewelers. 




Barbee-Sharpe Produce Co. 


Day, F. N. 




Efird Brothers. 


Gentry, J. A. 




Hancock Grocery Co. 


Vogler, W. T., & Son. 




Messick, E. R. 


Gift Shop, The. 




Taylor, .Ino. M. 


Laundries. 




Vaughn & Co. 
Joyce Bros. Co. 
Perry Drug Co. 
Norman & Perry. 
Smitherman & Stone. 


Winston Steam Laundry. 
The Zinzendorf Laundry Co. 
Wing, Cas. (Chinese). 
Sam, Chas. (Chinese). 
Lee. Hop. (Chinese). 




(Retail.) 


B. B. Laundry. 




Adams, J. J. 
Allen, Jas. 
Banks, F. B. 


Lawyers. 

Williams, Philip. 




Brothers, W. J. 


Stras, Beverly W. 




Bran, T. R. 

Baynes' Mercantile Co. 


Nance, D. A. 
Parish, F. M. 




Blackburn, Wm. 


Robinson, J. M. 




Brandon, C. T. 


Johnson, Read- 




Brown, 0. F. 


Alexander, J. E. 




Farmers' Stock Co. 
Farmers' Trade House. 
Grizzard, A. P. 


Baldwin, F. T. 
Beckerdite & Beckerdite. 
Benbow & Hall. 




Grubbs & Lehman. 


Blair, D. H. 




Hampton, C. T. 
Hill, A. C. 
Hill, J. W. 


Blair, W. A. 
Filer & Stockton. 




Glenn, R. B. 




Hooper, T. H. 
Joyner, J. T. 


Gray, E. E. 
Griffith, E. A. 




Kenny, C. D., Co. 
Lloyd, J. S. 


Hartman, W. V. 
Hasting, G. H. 




Melchor Bros. 
Ogburn & Weir. 
West End Grocery Co. 


Hawkins, D. D. 
Holton, A. E. 
Josey, Edwin B. 




Moser Grocery Co. 


Manly, Hendren & Womble. 




Peoples Trade House. 


Montague, H. 




Pfaff, S. A. 


Palmer. Jay. 




Reid, J. J. 


Patterson, J. L. 




Shelton Bros. (Feed and Hay). 
Smith, Jas. C. 


Pell, G. P. 




Spencer, S. S. 


Sapp, H. O. 




Vernon Grocery Co. 


Starbuck, H. R. 




White Star Co. 


Swink, L. M. 




Zimmerman & Co. 


Travis. B. C. 




Hardware Dealers. 


Watson, Buxton & Watson. 




Brown Rogers Co. 


Wilson, Wm. T. 




Forsyth Hardware Co. 


Womble, B. S. 




Norfleet Hardware Co. 
Winston Electric Co. 


Wicker, J. H. 




Wall-Huske. (Hardware and Buggies). 


Sams & Parham. 




Electric Service Co. 


Stockton, R. G. 





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Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 
id & Phillips. 
- Lumber Co. 
Smith, M. D., & Co. 
Men gel Box Co. 
Fogle Bros. Co. 
.Miller Bros. 

Phillips, j. h. 

Shelton, J. E., Box Co. 

Sheppard, O. J. 
Smith-Phillips Lumber Co. 
Miller, Gaston. 

Marble and Granite Works. 
Blue Pearl Granite Co. 
Forsyth Marble Co. 

Winston-Salem Marble & Granite Works. 
Bennett, J. A. .V (' E. 
Shell. H. E. 
Well Bros. Co. 
Sliarpe Monumental Co. 

Machinery Dealers. 
Brown -Rogers Co. 

Crawford Plumbing & Mill Supply Co. 
Winston Supply & Contracting Co. 
Wall-Huske Co. 

Paint and Oil Dealers. 
Brown -Rogers Co. 
Clinard, W. H. 
O'Hanlon, E. W. 
Owens Drug Co. 
Phillips. J. H. 

Painter'. 
Ferguson, C. L. 
Martin, L. E. 
Faircloth, S. A. 
Reynolds Sign System. 
Clinard, W. H. 

Plumbers. 
Brickenstein. L. B. 
Crawford Plumbing & Mill Supply Co. 
MeSwaim, G. W. 

Winston Supply and Contracting Co. 
Porter, E. 

Photographers. 
Twin -City Studio. 
Lineback, H. A. 
Farrell & Edwards. 

Piano and Organ Dealers. 
Bowen, R. J., & Co. 

Printing Office . 
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 and Insurance Co. 
Dunn, J. S. 
Follin-Hodgin Co. 
Hay, R. D. 
Mooney, W .L. 
Nance, B. T. 
Jerome, W. G. 
Edmunds. T. V. 
Tice, J. C. 
Walker, R. T. 
Wade, L. A. 
Jones, C. H. 
Laurence, T. H. 
Mendenhall, R. K. 

Tailors. 
Bennett, S. S. 
Silverberg, H. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Huntley-Hill-Stockton Co. 
Vogler, F. H., & Son. 



Wall Paper Hangers. 
Faircloth, S. A. 

Clinard. W. ]|. 

sink & Fansler. 
Sikes, J. 

Clubs. 
Elks Club. 
Eagles Club. 
Twin City Club. 

Building and Loan Associations. 
Standard B. & L. Association. 
1'iedmont B. & L. Association. 
Twin City P.. & L. Association. 
Winston B. & L. Association. 
Citizens B. & L. Association. 
Fealty B. &. L. Association. 
Cotton Brokers. 
Moore, B. S., & Co. 

Newspapers and Editors. 

ACADEMY (Monthly)— H. E. Rondthaler, 
Editor. 

BLUM'S FARMERS' AND PLANTERS' AL- 
MANAC (Annually)— Crist & Keehlin, Editors. 

OUR RURAL HOME AND CARRIERS' 
MESSENGER (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)) — 
Santford Martin, Editor. 

BLACK AND GOLD— Miss Mary Horton, 
Editor. 

WESTERN SENTINEL ( Semi-Weekly )-^T. 
J. Sterling, Editor. 

Bottling Works. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works. 

Coco- Cola Bottling Forks. 

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 Mills.) 
Sides, L. H. (Roller Mills.) 
Pickett. David. (Shop, Wash and Ironing 
Boards.) 
Mendenhall & 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. 

MAY'OR— J. M. Guyer. 
TREASURER— J. T. Justice. 
TAX COLLECTOR— H. M. Hastings. 
POSTMASTER— C. L. Linville. 
TELEGRAPH MANAGER— C. R. Kerner. 
W. U. 

R. R, AGENT— C. R. Kerner. ' Southern. 
EXPRESS AGENT— C. R. Kerner. 

Ministers and Churches. 
MKTHODIST EPISCOPAL— C. P. Good, 

BAPTIST— T. Sloane Guy, Pastor. 

METHODIST PROTESTANT— Lindley W. 
Gerringer, Pastor. 

MORAVIAN— Bishop Rondthaler, D. D. 
. HOLINESS— J. E. Shaw, Pastor. 

SEVEN DAY" ADVENTIST— H. R. Hahn, 
Local Elder. 

FRIENDS — Albert Peele, Pastor. 

EPISCOPAL — Henry Teller Cocke, Rector. 



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213 


Schools and Academies. 


General Merchandise. 




HIGH, GRADED AND PUBLIC— C. C. 


Hastings, J. M. 




Sharp, Prin. 


Joyce, J. R. 




Banks and Bankers. 


Linville, C. L., & Co. 




BANK OF KERNERSVILLE— W. H. Men- 


Lowry, J. A. 




denhall. Pres. ; Geo. V. Fulp, Cash. 


Nelson & Winfree. 




FORSYTH SAVINGS & TRUST CO.— J. M. 


Stafford, W. C. 




Guyer, Pres. ; R. S. Nelson, Cash. 


Watson, J. A. 




Brick Manufacturers. 


Marshall, E. Y. 




Dean, A. L., & Sons. 


Linville, W. S., & Sons. 




Phillips. W. H. 


Carter, Rosa (Millinery). 




Adkins & Sons. 


Gilmer, J. H. (col.) 




Contractors and Builders. 
Pegram. W. H. 
Pinkney Ballary & Son. 


Hardware Dealers. 
Kernersville Hardware Co. 




Stafford, J. C. 


Insurance Agents. 




Krner, J. Joseph. 


Fulp, George V. 




Taylor, Adolphus. 


Guyer, J. M. 




Cotton Gin. 


Porter, Wm 




Gentry, G. W. 


Lawyers. 




Druggists. 


Linville, E. M. 




Pinnix Drug Co. 


Lumber and Planing Mills. 




Hotels and Boarding Houses. 


Hester & Gentry. 




Davis Hotel. 






Witherspoon, Mrs. C. 


Newspapers and Editors. 




Auto Inn. 


FORSYTH NEWS (Weekly), Wm. 


Porter, 


Doctors. 


Editor. 




.Toyner, 0. L. 


Painters. 




Paddison, J. R. 


Beard, M. O. 




Justice, J. T. 


Huff, E. K. 




Carlton, R. L. 


Korner, J. G. 




Fruit Dealers. 


Undertakers and Embalmers. 




Johnston, Geo. 0. 


Linville, W. S., & Son. 




Manuel, E. V. 


Wail Paper Dealers. 




Watson, J. A. 


Beard, M. O. 




Fertlizer Dealers and Manufacturers 


Korner, J. G. 




Linville, W. S., & Sons. 


Manufacturing Plants. 




Linville, C. L., & Co. 


Kernersville Furniture Manufacturing 


Co. 


Ice Dealers. 


Kernersville Roller Mills. (Flour). 




. .Kerner Bros. 


Ring Furniture Co. 




Real Estate Dealers. 


Farmers Roller Mill. 




Pinnix & Justice. 


Globe Hosiery Mills. 




Linville. J. Arthur. 


American Hosiery Mills. 




Dealers In Harness and Buggies. 


Garages. 




Stuart, J. Robert. 


Auto & Garage Repair Co., E. K 


. Huff 


Horse Dealers. 


Prop. 




Linville, W. A. 


Lumber Dealers. 




Dealers in Fresh Meats and Fish. 


Donnell Bros. 




Hunter, R. C, & Son. 


Painters. 




Johnson, G. O. 


Beard Bros. 




Foundries and Iron Works. 


Huff, E. K. 




Tucker, M. A. 


Korner, J. Gilmer. 




Loy, E. T. 


Jewelers. 




Stuart, J. R. 


Manuel, J. W. 




Furniture Dealers. 


Barber Shops. 




McCuiston Furniture Co. 


Manuel, Ed. V. 




Linville, W. S., & Sons. 


Cafe. 




Livery Stables. 


Dwiggins, C. W. 




Linville Bros. 


Civil Engineers. 




Ragland, J. C, & Co. 


Harmon, D. \V. 





FRANKLIN COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, LOUISBURG. 

POPULATION— (Census 1910), 24,692. 

Formed in 1779. Named in honor of Benjamin Franklin. 

AREA— 420 square miles. 

Property listed in 1914, by whites, $5,914,075; by negroes, $568,342. 

TAX RATE — County purposes, 88 2-3c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 10c. 

PUBLIC ROADS— Worked by bond issue in Louisburg. Youngsville and Franldinton. town- 
ships. (Claimed to be best roads in State or even in U. S.) 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway. 22.94 miles, asses sec i value $647,310.0)1 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., as sesse[ j value 1, 510.00 

Pullman Co.. assessed value 2,885.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 3,5011.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value . . value 8,233.00 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed 18.505.00 

Southside Telephone Co.. assessed value 167.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. assessed value 2,497.00 

Louisburg Telegraph Co., assessed value 500.00 

Carolina Power & Light Co. , assessed value 8,880.00 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS — January 11 (criminal), February 16 (civil). May 11, August 
31 (civil), October 19 (criminal), November 16 (civil). 



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COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— J. J. Barrow, Louis- 
burn. 

SHERIFF— W. II. Allen, Louisburg. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— J. B. Yarborougl) 
Louisburg. 

TREASURER— P. B. Griffin, Louisburg. 

CORONER— W. 1'. Simpson, Centreville. 

SURVEYOR— B. B. Egerton, Louisburg. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— J. E. Slalone, Louis- 
burg. 

SI l'T. OF SCHOOLS E, L. Best, Louis- 
burg. 

STANDARD-KEEPER-^J. \V. Griffin, Gup- 
ton. 

SUPT. OF HOME— E. N. Williams, Louis- 
burg. 

HOARD OF EDUCATION— J. C. Winston, 
Youngsville; A. W. Perry, Louisburg, R. 2; 
11. D. Edgerton, Laurel; J. N. Harris, Louis- 
burg, R. 1; T. H. Dickens, Louisburg, R. 4. 

COMMISSIONERS— T. S. Collie (chm'n). 
Castalia, R. 2; J. 0. Wilson. Mapleville; J. H. 
Ballentine, Dunn: J. \V. Winston, Youngsville; 
J. H. Cook, Frauklinton. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— J. M. Allen, 
Louisburg; B. W. Ballard, A. O. Perry, Frank- 
lin ton. 

U. S. COMMISSIONER— J. L. Palmer, 
Louisburg. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

DUNN'S TOWNSHIP— W. H. Williams, B. 
F. Pearce, Spring Hope, R. 2; John Stallings, 
Wakefield; Z. L. Cheaves. 

HARRIS— J. B. King, J. A. Underbill, 
F. W. Justice, Louisburg, R. 1. ; M. L. Fowler. 

YOUNGSVILLE— J. R. Tharington, C C. 
Winston, Youngsville. 

FRANKLINTON— -J. E. Nicholson. Frank- 
linton. 

HAYESVILLE— R. G. Winn, Louisburg, R. 
5; R. L. Stokes, Manson, R. 5; K. M. Clarke, 
Kittrell, Rfd. 

SANDY CREEK— E. N. Williams, J. J. Coop- 
er, Louisburg; E. M. Gupton. 

GOLD MINE— W. D. Upchurch, C. C. Mur- 
phy, Centerville. 

CYPRESS CREEK— J. M. Sykes, J. A. 
Boone, Alton Wilder, Mapleville. 

CEDAR ROCK— T. W. Stokes, Louisburg, 
R. 6; J. P. Davis, Castalia, R. 2; Ed Parrish, 
Castalia, R. 2. 

LOUISBURG— S. P. Boddie, O. L. Ellis, 
W. E. Tucker, J. L. Palmer, A. W. Alston. 
MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Stamps, Mack. Louisburg. 

Williams, C. C, Mapleville, R. 1. 

Sledge, J. W., Louisburg, R. 4. 

Duke, G. M., Mapleville. 

Bunn, D. T., Spring Hope, R. 2. 

Valentine, J. W., Louisburg, R. 4. 

Collins, W. H., Louisburg, R. 4. 

Morton. W. B., Louisburg. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

INGLESIDE HIGH— F. L. Scruggs, Prin., 
Louisburg, R. 5. 

MAPLEVILLE GRADED— G. M. Beam, 
Prin. , Mapleville. 

CEDAR ROCK ACADEMY— Melville Robert- 
son, Prin., Louisburg. R. 4. 

DICKENS— Annie Wilder; Prin. 

JUSTICE— T. H. Sledge, Pri . n 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Floyd, R. P.. Louisburg, R. 1. 

Clarke, K. M., Kittrell. 

Bobbitt, E. H., Cedar Rock. 

Williams, 3. B., Alert. 

Simpson, W. P., Centerville. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

McKinne Supply Co.. Woods. 

Upchurch, W. D., Centreville. 

Gupton, S. T., & Co.. Wood. 



Griffin, R .H., Centreville. 
• ii ii ce Supply Co., Spring Hope, R. 2. 
Stone, W. 0., Lousburg, R. 4. 
May. .Mis. J. o., Louisburg, R. 4 
Sturdevant, .1. B., Louisburg, R. 4. 
Dicki us. T. II.. Louisburg, R. 4. 
Bartholomew, Clyde, Louisburg, R. 4. 
\ ■ ter, Harvel, Louisburg, R. 2 
Bowden, A. A., Louisburg, R. 2. 

COTTON GINS. 
Perry, J. R., & Co., Mapleville. 
Harper, J. H., Laurel. 
Griffin, R. 11., Centerville. 
Upchurch, W. D., Centerville. 
Weldon, T. A., Louisburg, R. 5. 
Strickland & Gupton, Louisburg, R. 2. 
Coppedge, W. B., Cedar Rock. 
Union Gin, Ingleside. 
Union Gin, Moulton. 
Harris, C. P., Margaret. 
Stallings, G. B. ££., Louisburg, R. 4. 
Fulghum Bros., Louisburg, R. 4. 
Dickens, T. H.. Louisburg, R. 4. 
Bartholomew, Clyde, Louisburg, R. 4. 
Justice Supply Co., Spring Hope, R. 2. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Harper, J. W.. Laurel. 
Allen, J. M. & W. H, Louisburg. 
Harris, C. P., Margaret. 
Perry, B. H., Louisburg. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Boone. Eugenia, Castalia. 

Clifton, Lizzie, Katesville. 

Conyers, Mrs. R. J.. Youngsville. 

Duke, Mrs. S. W., Epsom. 

Duke. Ida, Epsom. 

Davis, Sallie. Louisburg, R. 5. 

Fuller, Annie, Moulton. 

Foster, Lessie, Laurel. 

Hicks, Maggie, Wood. 

Luther, Mamie, Spring Hope, R. 3. 

Macon, S. Y., Louisburg, R. 5. 

Pinnell, Lucy, Wood. 

Perry, Annie J., Franklinton, R. 2. 

Sliearin. Mary D., Louisburg, R. 2. 

Strickland. Olive, Margaret. R. 1. 

VVheeless. Chessie, Spring Hope, R. 2. 

Uzzle, Claire, Louisburg, R. 4. 

VViloon, Nellie, Louisburg, R. 5. 

Winn, Gussie, Epsom. 

Rodgers, Mrs. Nellie, Riley. 

Clayton, Mrs. Annie S-, Laurel. 

Blackwell, Mrs. Annie, Castalia, R. 1. 

Floyd, Hattie, Youngsville, Rfd. 

Gupton, Lillian, Privett. 

Brantley, Nona, Bunn. 

Wiggs, Lucy E.. Bunn. 

Beasley, Mrs. L., Ingleside. 

Jackson, Lola, Mapleville. 

Stallings, Myrtle, Dickens. 

Pittman, K. A., Mapleville. 

Mitchell, Mary, Pilot. 

smith. Pauline, Pilot. 

Rodgers, Alice, Bunn. 

Winston, Mary D., Centreville. 



LOUISBURG. 

Population, 1910: 2,500. 
Polls, 305. 

Value of real estate, $564,135; value personal 
property, $527,424. 

TAR RATE: $1.00 on the $100. 
Bonded debt, $77,000. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— J. A. Turner. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— J. C. Tucker. 
CLERK— A. W. Alston. 
TREASURER— E. S. Ford. 
TAX COLLECTOR— A. W. Alston. 
COTTON WEIGHER— W. II. Mann. 
SUPT. OF HEALTH— J. E. Malone 



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SUPT. OF WATER AND LIGHTS— R. C. 
Beck. 

KEEPER OF VITAL STATISTICS— S. P. 
Bodclie. 

POSTMASTER— R. H. Davis, Assistants. E. 
F. Yarborough, Edith Yarborough, Mrs. J. J. 
Barrow, W. E. Collier. 

It. R. AGENT— L. L. Joyner, S. A. L. 

EXPRESS AGENT— L. L. Joyner, Southern. 

TELEGRAPH MANAGER— L. L. Joyner, 
Louisburg Tel. Co. 

TELEPHONE MANAGER— Hunter Hale, 
Home Tel. & Tel. Co. 

Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— W. L. Gilmore, Pa s tor. 

EPISCOPAL— None. 

METHODIST— A. D. Wilcox, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 

GRADED— W. R. Mills, Supt. ; L. V. Scott, 
Prin. ; Assistants: Georgia Joyner, Onnis Tuck- 
er, Ora Lee Jones, Mamie Jones, Jennie Me- 
cum, Eliza Moore, Lonlia Jarmon. 

COLLEGE FOR WOMEN— Mrs. Mary Davis 
Allen, Pres. ; Ivey Allen, Sec. and Treas. ; 
Teachers: Elizabeth Ayres, Elizabeth Allen, 
Sallie Williams, Pearl Brinson, Martha Frey, 
Elba Henninger, Mary Underwood, Gladys 
Yelverton, Laurine Joyner, Burdette Joyner, 
Edna Watkins, Mabel Davis, Mrs. Florence 
M. Underbill. 

Banks and Bankers. 

FIRST NATIONAL— W. H. Rulflu. Pres.: 
F B. McKinne, Cash. 

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS— F. N. Eger- 
ton, I'res. ; M. S. Clifton, Cash. 

FARMERS NATIONAL— J. M. Allen, Pres. 
F. J. Beasley, Cash. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

Allen, P. S. & K. K. 

Hicks. B. G. 

Kgerton, R. Z. 

Candler- Crowell Co. 

Dietz, I. J., Co. 

Wheless, F. W. 

Bottling Works. 
Louisburg Bottling Co. 

Book Stores. 
The Racket Store. 
Pleasants, M. C. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 
Harris, E. L. 
Williams, J. S. 
Allen, J. M. 
Joyner, W. O. 
Sijiie, I. 

Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Louisburg Wagon Co. 
Taylor, H. C. 
Hill Live Stock Co. 
McKinne Bros. 

Confectionery Dealers. 
Hick s , L. P. 
Pleasants, M. C. 
Hicks, B. G. 
Macon. E. J. 
Bartholomew, W. E. 

Contractors and Builders. 
Houck, M. F. 
Davis, M. S. 
Williams, P. W. 

Coal Dealers. 
Louisburg Coal &, Ice Co. 

Chamber of Commerce. 
McKinne, F. B. 
J. R. Collie. Pres. ; A. H. Fleming. Sec. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 
Allen. P. S. & K. K. 
Wheless, F. W. 
Dietz, I. .T.. Co. I 



Cotton Gins. 
Louisburg Cotton Oil Co. 
Griffin & Beasley. 
Cooper, W. J. 
Allen, J. M. & W. H. 
Hill Live Stock Co. 

Department Stores. 
Candler-Crowell Co. 
Hall. Mrs. A. M. 
Allen, P. S. & K. K. 
Hill Live Stock Co. 

Dentists. 
Fleming, A. H. 
Banks, C. H. 

Tobacco Dealers. 
American Tobacco Co. 
British-American Tobacco Co. 
Imperial Tobacco Co. 
Cheatham, C. B., Co. 
Parham. S. J. 
Webb. T. W. 
Farmers Tobacco Co. 
Thomas, J. B. 
Riverside Warehouse Co. 
Export Leaf Tobacco Co. 
Ford & Williamson. 
Farmers Union Tobacco Warehouse Co. 
Liggett & Myers Co. 

Druggists. 
Beasley-Alston Drug Co. 
Pleasants, F. R. 
Scoggin-Egerton Drug Co. 
Aycock Drug Co. 

Doctors. 
Burt, S. P. 
Malone, J. E. 
Yarborough. R. F. 
Ellis. O. L. 
Newell. H. A. 
Perry. E. M. 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
Candler-Crowell Co. 
Hall, Mrs. A. M. 
Allen, P. S. & K. K 
Pleasants, M. C. 
Ramey. J. N. 
Pleasants. W. H. 
Egerton, R. Z. 

Power and Light Companies. 
Louisburg Electric Co. 

Fruit Dealers. 
Pleasants, M. C. 
Hicks. L. P. 
Bartholomew. W. E. 
Hicks, B. G. 
Macon. E. J. 
King. J. W. 
Hale. T. S. 
Spire. I. 

Fruits, Hay, Grain and Produce. 
(Wholesale) 
Reavis, P. A., Co. 
Young. R. H., Co. 
Palmer, J. L. 

Veterinary Surgeons. 
Vandegrift, E. R. 

Oppticians. 
Morton, W. B. 

Fertilizer Dealers. 
Stokes, C. T. 
McKinne Bros. 
Allen Bros. 
Griffin & Beasley. 
Person. A. W. 
Hill Live Stock Co. 
Freeman & Co. 
Hicks, B. G. 
Fulghum, J. B. 
Electrical Equipments and Supplies. 
Beck & Newell. 



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Grocers. 


Fish and Oyster Dealers. 


Reavis, P. A., Co. (Wholesale). 


Harris, W. H. 


Hicks, L. P. 


Joyner, Oscar. 


Hicks, B. G. 


Williams, J. S. 


King, J. \v. 


Furniture Dealers. 


McKlnne Bros. Co. 


White, w. ]•:.. Furniture Co. 


Macon, ]•:. J. 


Howell -liunii- Hudson Co. 


Male, W. S. 


Piano and Organ Dealers. 


Freeman & Co. 


Hollingsworth, ,1. W. 


Hardware Dealers. 


White Furniture Co. 


McKlnne Bros. 


Howell-Bunn-Hudson Co. 


Hicks, L. P. 


Moving Pictures. 


The Hardware Co. 


Movies, The. 


Hotels and Boarding Houses. 


Newspapers and Editors. 


Louisburg Hotel. 


FRANKLIN TIMES (Weekly)— A. F. John- 


Bobbitt, .!. H. 


son, Editor. 


Williams, J. S. 


ECHOES (Monthly)— Seniors Louisburg Col- 


Architects. 


lege, Editors. 


Houok, M. P. 


Building Material. 


Davis, M. S. 


McKinne Bros. Co. 


Insurance Agents. 


flicks, L. P. 


Clifton. M. S. (Fire). 


The Hardware Co. 


Wilder, T. B. (Life and Fire). 
Taylor & Bailey (Life and Fire). 


Colonial Pine Co. 
Louisburg Lumber Co. 


Turner, J. A. (Life and Fire). 


Undertakers and Embalmers. 


Edgerton, W. D. (Life). 


White, W. E., Furniture Co. 


Jewelers. 


Howell-Bunn-Hudson Co. 


Riff, F. A. 


Livery Stables. 


Ice Plant. 
Louisburg Coal & Ice Co. 


Hill Live Stock Co. (Sales). 
Hill, J. D. 
Ford, E. S. 


Laundries. 

Louisburg Lounry Co. 

Lawyers. 


McKlnne Bros. Co. (Sales). ( 
Fuller & Perry (Sales). 


Manufacturing Plants. 


Person, W. M. * 


Louisburg Cotton Oil Mill. 


Ruffin. W. H. 


Louisburg Wagon Co. 


Yarborough. W. H.. Jr. 
Wilder, Tbos. B. 


Automobile Dealers and Garages. 

Louisburg Garage. 


Holden, B. T. 


Doughton, J. It. 


White, R B. 
Malone, E. H. 
Boddie, W. W. 
Biokett, T. W. 
Hollingsworth. J. W. 
Dickens, A. 0. 


Clark's Garage. 

Auto Livery. 
Stokes, C. T. 
Louisburg Machine Co. 
Doughton, J. H. 


Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 


Newell & Beasley. 
Clark's Garage. 


Louisburg Lumber Co. 


Barbers. 


Ford, G. W. 


Willeins & Stegall. 


Allen, T. K. 


Alston & Yarboro. 


Leonard Bros. 


Agricultural Implements. 


Mitchiner Bros. 


McKinne Bros. Co. 


Colonial Pine Co. 


Hiil Live Stock Co. 


Webb, W. W. 


The Hardware Co. 


Cotton Buyers. 
Stokes, C. T. 


Hicks, L. P. 




McKinne Bros. 


YOUNGSVILLE. 


Person, A. W. 


Incorporated in 1S75. 


Ford. G. W. 


Population, 1910: White, 500; colored, 200; 


Lehman, J. 


total, 700. 


Paint and Oil Dealers. 


TAX RATE: 66 2-3c. on the $100; school 


Hicks, L. P. 


tax, 30c. on the $100. 


McKinne Bros. 


Town Officers. 


Standard Oil Co. 


MAYOR— C. C. Winston. 


The Hardware Co. 


POSTMASTER— S. E. Pearce. 


Franklin Oil Co. 


CHIEF OF POLICE— J. E. Winston. 


Hill Live Stock Co. 


SUPT. OF HEALTH AND VITAL STATIS- 


Painters. 


TICS— ti. N. Stell. 


Crosson, R. R. 


COTTON WEIGHER— W. T. Blanks. 


Foster, W. B. 


R. R. AGENT— Jones Cooke, S. A. L. 


Produce Dealers. 


MANAGER TELEGRAPH— Walter Cooke, W. 


Bartholomew, W. E. 


0. 


King, J. W. 


MANAGER TELEPHONE— Mrs. Charles 


Macon. E. J. 


Strickland, Home Telephone Co. 


Spire, I. 


Ministers and Churches. 


Perry, A. W., Jr., & Co. 


CHRISTIAN— 11. F. Wolf, Pastor. 


Freman & Co. 


METHODIST— B. C. Aired, Pastor. 


Hale, W. S. 


BAPTIST— G. P. Harrill, Pastor. 


Plumbers. 


Schools and Academies. 


McKinne Bros. Co. 


GRADED— Mr. Eddinger, Prin. 


Winfrey, J. D. 


Banks and Bankers. 


The Hardware Co. 


BANK CF YOUNGSVILLE— J. B. Perry, 


Louisburg Machine Co. 


Pres. ; J. A. Williams, Cash. 



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Doctors. 
Timberlake, E. E. 
Hatch. P. R. 
Chapin, — . 
Uhls, R. T. 

Druggists. 
Winston-Blanks Drug Co. 

General Merchants. 
Perry &. Patterson. 
Spivey, D. W. 
Mitchell. J. F. 
Winston. J. W. 
Moss, T. L. 
Massey, W. A. 
Alford. M. A. 
Underwood, R. C. 
Williams, J. A., & Bro. 
Holden, G. C. 
Allen, B. G. 
Jordan, Mrs. L. G. 
Pearce, J. R. 
Winston, \V. It. 
Winston Bros. 
Lancaster, J. T. 
Ramey, K., & Bro. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
May, Mrs. C. B. 
Perkerson, B. R. 

Livery Stables. 
Underwood, R. C 
Perkerson, B. R. 
Rogers, A. O. (Sales). 

Insurance Agents. 
Mitchell, I. W. (Fire). 
Pearce, S. E. (Fire). 
Mitchell, C. E. (Fire and Accident). 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Wilson, J. T. 
Youngsville Bottling Works. 

Auto Sales and Livery. 
Winston, W. R. 
Williams, C. H. 
Alford, E. T. 

Tobacco Warehouses. 
Cheatham Bros. 
Lumpkins & Perry. 

Tobacco Buyers. 
Wilkerson, H. F. 
Mills, — . 
Dula. G. S. 
Preddy, II. V. 
Cheatham. C. C. & F. A. 
Attorney. 
Mitchell, Bland G. 

Cotton Gins. 
Preddy, E. B. 
Youngsville Gin Co. 
Sugar Loaf Gin & Oil Co. 
Holden, S. F. 
Green, E. L. 
Mitchell, J. F. 



FRAM.KLINTON. 

Incorporated in 1842. 

Population, 1913: White, 800; colored, 700; 
total, 1.500. 

TAX RATE: 50c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— B. F. Bullock. 

POSTMASTER— G. L. Whitfield. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— A. B. Cooke. 

R. R. AGENT— E. J. Cheatham, S. A. L. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— E. J. Cheatham. 
W. U. ; J. W. Finlayson, Fostal. 

Ministers and Churches. 

METHODIST— A. J. Parker. Pastor. 

BAPTIST 1 — G. P. Harrill. Pastor. 



Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— H. E. Craven, Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
CITIZENS BANK— E. J. Cheatham, Pres. 
W. F. Joyner, Cash. 

Doctors. 
Harris, J. H. 
Henderson, R. B. 
Winston, A. R. 

Druggists. 
Crescent Drug Co. 
Joyner, T. C, Estate. 

General Merchants. 
McGhee-Joyner Co. 
Whedbee & Morris. 
Williams, S. C. 
Kearney, I. H. 
Edwards, W. P. 
Ballard-Cheatham Co. 
Pruitt, R. A. 
Ward, D. T. 
Nowell, J. W. 
McGee, W. T. 
Franklin Grocery Co. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Speed, R. A. 

Dentists. 
Ford, S. C 

Lawyers. 
White, R. B. 

Insurance Agents. 
Joyner & Cooke. 
Cheatham. D. F. 

Livery Stables. 
Speed, R. A. 

Manufacturing Plants. 

Washboard Manufacturing Co. 
Sterling Cotton Mills. 

Garages. 
Franklinton Garage Co. 

Auto Livery. 
Williams, S. C. 
Franklinton Garage Co. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Cooke Furniture Co. 
Best, Mrs. D. G., & Son. 
Millinery. 
Henley, Mrs. M. C. 
Britt, Mrs. S. S. 

Brokers. 
Byrum, W. H. 
Reavis-Barrow-Stuart Co. 



Sallie 
Mar 



BUNN. 

Incorporated in 1913. 
MAYOR— Peyton Sykes. 

R. R. AGENT— Capt. Corneal, Montgomery 
Lumber Co. Road. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— W. A. Hartsell, Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 

HIGH— J. G. Lee, Prin.; Assistants: 
Allen, Bessie Mitchell, Mabel Stephens 
garet Speight, Ernestine Hayes. 
Banks and Bankers. 

BUNN BANKIN CO.— R. L. Huf fines, Pres. : 
B. B. Sykes, Cash. 

General Merchants. 
Weathers, J. H., & Co. 
May, Henry. 
Mullen Bros. 
Pippen, J. A., & Bro. 
Horton, W. H. 

Sales Stables. 
Bunn Live Stock Co. 

Drug Stores. 
Dodd & Co. 

Doctors. 
Johnson. B. C. 



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GASTON COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, GASTONIA. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), 37,063. 

\i;i:A — 340 square miles. 

Formed in 1847. Named in honor of Hon. Wm. Gaston. 

Value of real estate and personal property, $14,444,682. 

Property listed in 1914, by whites, $13,219,465; by negroes, $225,217. 

NTJMBEB OF SCHOOLS— For whites, OS; for negroes, 31. 

TAX RATE — County purposes, 20 l-3c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 25c. 

Counts bonded debt, $330,000. 

PUBLIC ROADS- -Number of miles, 700. Worked by taxation. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Piedmont Traction Co., Electric Railway, assesssed value $ 100,184.00 

Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railway, 23 miles, assessed value 1,055,210.00 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 17.50 miles, assessed value 493,806.00 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., ascssed value 529.00 

Pullman Co., assessed value 5,132.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 8,974.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 17,583.00 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 40,108.00 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway, 19.20 miles, assessed value 179,459.00 

Catawba Manufacturing and Electric Power Co., assessed value 37,500.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 9,237.00 

Southern Power Co., assessed value 154,115.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 135,399.00 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— January 18, March 15, April 12, May 17, August 23, Sep- 
tember 20, October 25, December 6. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— C. C. Cornwell, Dallas 
and Gastonia. 

SHERIFF— W. Neal Davis. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— A. J. Smith, Gas- 
tonia. 

TREASURER— Carl Finger, Gastonia. 

CORONER— H. S. Sellers, Kings Mountain, 
Rfd. 

SURVEYOR— Chester A. Black, Cherryville. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— L. N. Glenn, Gastonia. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— F. P. Hall, Belmont. 

SUPT. OF HOME— C. C. Craig, Dallas. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— S. N. Boyce, 
Gastonia; ,T. H. Rudisill, Cherryville; J. C. 
Puett, Dallas. 

COMMISSIONERS— O. G. Falls, (chm'n) : 
Kings Mt. ; R. L. Stowe, Belmont; W. M. 
Little, Dallas; J. F. McArver, Gastonia; R. 
K. Davenport, Mount Holly; J. W. Kendrick, 
Cherryville. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— S. M. Robinson, 
Lowell; M. A. Carpenter, Gastonia; J. O. 
Armstrong, Belmont. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

DALLAS TOWNSHIP— A. P. H. Rhyne, 
Dallas, Jnouas Physom, Dallas; C. L. Aberna- 
thy, Alexio; A. R. Holland, Dallas; J. A. 
Friday, Worth. 

CLOWDERS MOUNTAIN— J. T. Oats, 
Messcmer City; F. H. Whisemont. Bessemer 
City: C. S. Carson, Bessemer City; J. A. 
Pinchback, Bessemer City; D. Lee Payne, Bes- 
semer City ; O. G. Falls, Kings Mountain. 

( I(I:rryVILLE— L. R. Ormand, Bessemer 
City, R. F. D. ; Jacob Kiser, Bessemer City, R. 

F. D. ; Walden Weaver, Cherryville; C. S. 
Eaker, Cherryville; A. L. Houser, Cherry vivlle; 
S. C. Carpenter, Crouse. 

GASTONIA— S. S. Morris, Gastonia; A. R. 
Anders, Gastonia; Wm. A. Falls, Gastonia, R. 
1; W. Meek Adams, Gastonia; C. P. Robinson, 
Gastonia, R. 3; Jno. F. Davis, Gastonia; J. M. 
Kendrick, Gastonia; J. H. Greene, Gastonia; 

A. B. Elliott, Loray ; W. G. Rhyne, 

Gastonia, R. 2. 

RIVER BEND— W. G. Rutledge, Stanley 
Creek: W. B. Rutledge, Mt. Holly! M. Mc- 
intosh, Lucia. 

SOUTH POINT— R. M. Gaston, Belmont; 

G. B. Stowe, Belmont; I. Frank Babry, 
Lowell; Geo. L. Wright, McAdamsville. 



MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Sparrow, G. A., Lowell, R. 1. 
Senter, J. M., Worth. 
Burwell, Rev., Lowell. 
Lindsay, A. T.. Gastonia. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

LINWOOD COLLEGE (Female)— A. T. Lind- 
say, Prin., Gastonia. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Loben, J. 

Forbes & Suggs. 
Beatty, Lawrence. 
McArver Bros. 
Millon Grocery Co. 
Woods, John. 
Parham, Sam. 

Farnsforth, W. E., Cherry ville. 
Tuckaseegee Manufacturing Co. 
Minis Manufacturing Co., Mt. Holly. 
Mountain Island Co. 
Stroup, A. U., Mt. Holly. 
Farrar Bros., Mt. Holly. 
Ratenford & Wilson. 
Weagle, W. E., Belmont. 
Stroup, J. A., Cheery ville. R. F. D. 
Spencer, Heart, Bessemer City, R. F. D. 
Dix Bros., Gastonia, R. F. D. 
Ford, J. M., Gastonia. R. 3. 
COTTON GINS. 
Robinson, Sherman. 
Pursley & Ferguson. 
Belmont Ginning Co., Belmont. 
Humphrey, J. F., Dallas. 
Model Ginning Co., Cherryville. 
Gastonia Oil Mills, Gastonia. 
White & Ormand, 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. 
Robinson, J. C, & Co. 
Bigger & Wilson. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Rhyne, Moses, Dallas. 
Lewis & Lewis, Belmont. 
White & Ormand, Bessemer City. 
Rhyne Roller Mills, Gastonia. 
Alexis Milling Co., Alexis. 
Anna Cotton Mills, King's Mountain, R. F. 
D. 



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SAW MILLS. 
Lewis & Leeper, Belmont. 
Robinson, R. Z., Belmont. 
Rumfelt, W. H. 
Rumfelt, W. H., Belmont. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Sherrill, Mattie, Cherryville. 
Howell, Laura, Cheeryville. 
Nixon, J. R., Cheeryville. 
Putman, M. C, Bessemer City. 
Harrelson, J. F., Cheeryville. 
Lackey, Pearl, Crouse. 
Alexander, Leila, Bessemer City. 
Herman, Ola, Crouse. 
Alexander, Violet, Bessemer City. 
Self, Leth, Crouse. 
Abernethy, Mae, Crouse. 
Robinson, C. M. , Cherryville. 
Hager. F. S., Bessemer City. 
Carpenter, Messemer City. 
Byerly, E. O., Bessemer City. 
Clark, C. A., Bessemer City. 
Yoder, King's Mountain. 
Burke, Edith, Bessemer City. 
Falls, Belle, Mrs., Bessemer City. 
Ramseur, Bessie, King's Mountain. 
Willeford, rlma, King's Mountain. 
Sellers, Dora, King's Mountain. 
Henson, J. R., Dallas. 
Robinson, Eunice, Dallas. 
Rutledhe, J. H, Dallas. 
Rhyne, W. R., High Shoals. 
McKeown, llattie, Dallas. 
Lackey, Sadie, Worth. 
Garrison, Lois, Lincolnton. 
Brown, Sulye, Dallas. 
Dellinger. J. W., Alexis. 
Abernethy, Mary, Dallas. 
Costner, C. C, Dallas. 
Ray, J. S., Gastonia. 
Davis, Kate, Bowling Green, S. C. 
Friday, Lathein, Dallas. 
Robinson, Euphemia, Gastonia. 
Clemmer, Mary, Gastonia. 
Pursley, Iva. Gastonia. 
Crawford, Bryte, Gastonia. 
Henderson, Pearl, Gastonia. 
MeCall, Elizabeth, Gastonia. 
Cox, Lottie, Lowell. 
Henry, Betty, Gastonia. 
Falls, Ruby, Gastonia. 
Black, T. B., Mrs., Gastonia. 
Latham, M. G., Stanley. 
Bridges, Lula, Lowell. 
Rudisill, Mary, Lowell. 
Funderburk, Ray, Mt. Holly. 
Huss, Alice, Mt. Holly. 
Winkler, Lucile, Stanley. 
Day, Bertha, Mt. Holly. 
McCoy, Alice, Mt. Holly. 
Day, Minnie, Mt. Holly. 
Rudisill. Minnie, Stanley. 
Honeycutt, Esta, Belmont. 
Query, H. A., Belmont. 
Lineberger, Ernest, Mt. Holly. 
Dixon, Cora, Gastonia. 
Hovis, S. B., MrAd •■nville. 
Arrowood, Fred, Gastonia. 
Ramseur, J. H., Lowell. 
Stowe, Hattie, Lowell. 
Wilkinson. Lucy, Belmont. 
McLean, C. E., Mrs., Belmont. 
Smith, Lois, Lowell. 
Carson, Nannie, Wayworth. 



GASTONIA. 

Incorporated in 1S77. 
Population, 1914, 12,000. 
White polls, 1,012; colored, 170. 
Value of real estate. $2,610,251; value of per- 
sonal property $778,201. 

TAX RATE: $1.40 on the $100. 
Bonded debt. $250.00. 



Town Officers. 
MAYOR— C. B. Armstrong. 
RECORDER— A. C. Jones. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— J. W. Carrol] 
CLERK— T. A. Ratchford. 
TltKASURER— R. B. Babington. 
TAX COLLECTOR— R. A. Ratchford. 
ATTORNEY— A. G. Mangum. 
SUPT. OF HEALTH— R. M. Reid. 
POSTMASTER— Jno. R. Rankin. 
R. R. AGENT— G. C. Andrews, Southern and 
Carolina & Northwestern. 

EXPRESS AGENT— L. E. Terrill. 
TELEGRAPH MANAGERS— T. M. Brock- 
man, Western Union Tel Co; T. P. Lewis, 
Postal 

GASTONIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, 
MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION— A. O. Loye, 
Secretary. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— W. C. Barrett, J. J. Beach, 
Loray Babs, A. T. Stoudemlre, Pastors. 
EPISCOPAL— 6. H. Harrison, Rector. 
LUTHERAN— J. C. Deits. 

METHODIST— H. H. Jorden, Main St. M. 
E. ; F. W. Locke, West End and Franklin 
Avenue, Pastors. 

PRESBYTERIAN— J. H. Henderlite. Pasror. 
METHODIST— (Northern), Rev. Stven- 

son. 
K. A. Campbell, Loray Sub St. 

CATHOLIC— Father Melchoir, O. S. B. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— Joe S. Wray, Supt. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Marshall, Mrs. 
Colonial Hotel. 
Franklin House. 
Dalton House. 
Loray Sub Sta. 
Hotel Armington. 
Hotel Bradley, Loray. 
Harvey, B. B. 
Nolen, W. M. 
Henry, Mrs. Julia. 
Knight, W. B. 
Adams, John H. 
Fry, S. G. 

Architects. 
Craig, Ralph. 

Banks and Bankers. 
FIRST NATIONAL— L. I.. Jenkins, Pres. ; 
S. N. Boyce, Cash. 

CITIZENS NATIONAL— Andrew E. Moore, 
Pres.; A. G. Myers, Vice-Pres. ; W. H. Adams, 
Oasliicr 

GASTON LOAN & TRUST— T. L. Crary, 
Pres. ; E. G. McLurd, Vice-Pres. ; M. A. 
Carpenter, Treas. 

Bakers. 

Todd's Steam Bakery. 

Brick Manulacturers. 

Waltres, James. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

Robinson Shoe Co. 

Book Stores. 

Gastonia Book Store. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 

Boyd & Davis. 

Boyd, W. A. 

Craig & Wilson. 

Fayssoux. J. O. 

Upton. W. P. 

Rankin, W. T. 

Rupp, Otto, market. 

A ll.ii, J. B., Loray Sub Sta. 

Corn, R. Z., Loray, (Market). 
Livery Stables. 

Lockman, R. C, Loray. 

Gastonia Livery Co. 

1'ite. J. B. 

Hartsoe, J. A. 

Craig & Wilson (Rale). 



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IOUNTY 






Building and Loan Associations. 


s. II. W., Loray Sub Sta. 






Home B. * L. Association. 


Dellinger, \v. II., Gastonia. 






Gastonia Mutual. 


Little. A. C, Loray Sub Sta. 






Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 


United "i and 10c Store. 






Craig & Wilson. 


Barrior & Prazier. 






Coffey. J. H. 


Power and Light Companies. 






Clubs. 


Southern Power Co. 






Young Men's Social Club. 


Spencer Mountain Power Co. 






Gastonia Commercial Club. 


Gastoina Public Works. (Water and 


light 




Cotton and Hosiery Mill9 


plant owned by town). 






Armstrong Cotton Mills. 


Fruit Dealers. 






Modena Cotton Mils, Nos. 1. 2 and 3. 


Killiam, W. L. C, & Son. 






Trenton Cotton Mill.s Nos. 1 and 2. 


Leventis, P. P. & Co. 






Avon Mills. 


Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 






Gastonia Cotton Mfg. Co., Nos. 1 and 2. 

Ozark Mills. 

Flint Mfg. Co. 

Lray Cotton Mills. 

Gray Mfg. Co. 

Arlington Cotton Mills. 

Dunn Mfg. Co. 

Clara Mfg. Co. 

Holland Mfg. Co. 

Confectionery Dealers. 
Fairres, John. 
Leventis. P. P., & Co. 


Settlemyre, s. 

Craig & Wilson. 

Gaston Farmers' Union Warehouse. 

McArthur, S. E. 

Foundries and Iron Works. 
Cocker Foundry & Machine. 
Gastonia Iron Works. 

Furniture Dealers. 
People's Furniture Co. 






Gastonia Furniture Co. 
Rankin-Armstrong Furniture Co. 
Settimyer, S. 






Contractors and Builders. 


Wholesa:e Grocers. 






Glenn, J. L. 

McAllister, J. E. 

Flte, B. L. 

Grigg. C. L. 

Oakley, H. F. 

Crowder. C. M. 

Beird, J. W., & Smith. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 
Gastonia Ice & Coal Co. 


Barkley, F. D., & Co. 
Albion Grocery Co. 
The Shuford Co. 
Bryson, B. II.. & Co. 
Bradley. T. W., Loray. 
Little, T. A., Loray. 
Gamble. G. W., Loray. 
Ellott, A. B., Loray. 
Lindsay, M. M. Loray. 
Parker, B. P.. Gastonia. 






Huffsletter, P. B. 


Torrence, W. S. Gastonia. 






Pratt Transfer Co. 


Millen Grocery Co. 






Johnson & McLean. 


Barkley, B. S. 






Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 


Barkley, H. C. 






Svvann-Slater Co. 


McFadden, I. B. 






Schneider, H. 


Moton, Bobert. 






Gastonia Clothing- Co. 


Gastonia Seed & Provision Co. 






Stowe Clothing Co. 


Grigg, J. B.. & Co. 






Cotton Gins. , 


Moore, E. J. B. 






Gastonia Cotton Oil Co. (1 and 2). 


Campbell, D. H., Grocery Co. 






Department Stores. 


Christenberry, B. A. 






The Fashion. 


Dobson, B. 






Morris Bros. 


Hoffman, L. D. 






Belk, J. M., Co. 


Retail Grocers. 






Thompson Mercantile Co. 


McLean Bros. 






Efird's. 


Edwards, B. W. 






Laborits Department Stores. 


Miller, J. Y. 






Dentists. 


Elite Grocery Co. 






Bay, Balph. 


Ideal Grocery Co. 






Falls, P. B. 


Parkham, M. T., & Co. 






McConnell, D. E. 


Harry-Baber Co. 






Wilkins. T. A. 


Settimyer, S. 






Anders, Frank B. 


Nesbit & Gillem. 






Druggists. 


Lockman, T. A. 






Frost, Torrence & Co. 


Scroggs, F. B. 






Kennedy, J. H., & Co. 


Hardware Dealers. 






Adams Drug Co. 


Gastonia Hardware Co. 






Loray Drug Co. 


Standard Hardware Co. 






Union Pharmacy. 


Hospitals. 






Doctors. 


City Hospital. 






Sloan, J. M. 


insurance Agents. 






Bcid, B. M. 


Henderson, W. B. 






Glenn, L. N. 


Phillips, J. E. 






Glenn, H. F. 


Fayssoux, T. M. 






Wilson. F. G. 


Price, J. L. 






Jenkins, J. H. 


Tally. E. G. (Life). 






Eddleman, H. M. 


Martin, W. A. (Life). 






Anders, McG. 


Purdue, A. L. (Life). 






McCombs, C. J., Loray. 


Wingate, H. G. (Life). 






Adams, C. E. 


Wilson, B. B. (Life). 






Garrison, D. A. 


Bankin, W. T. (Fire). 






Patrick, Lyttle Neal. 


McLurd, E. G. (Fire). 






Quickel. T. C. 


Parker, Pegram & Hardin (Fire). 






Dry Goods and Notions. 


Lewis, William H. (Fire). 






MeArthur, S. E. 


Ware, J. White (Fire). 






Hanna, D. B. 


Jewelers. 






Anton Bro. 


Torrence-Morris. Co. 






Whitfield, J. S., Loray Sub Sta. 


Van Sleen, H. M. 







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Laundries. 
Snowflake Steam Laundry. 

Lawyers. 
Woltz, A. E. 
Valz, F. M. 
Mangum, A. G. 
Wilson, George W. 
Holland, C. D. 
Jones, A. C. 
Timber-lake. J. W. 
Garland, P. W., Jr. 
Lewis, Wm. H. 
Buhvinkle, A. L. 
Cherry, R. G. 
Durham, S, J. 

Mason, O. F., & Mason. G. B. 
Carpenter & Carpenter. 
Patrick, R. C. 
Whitney, C. E. 

Lumber Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Henry, T. A. 
Spencer Lumber Co. 

Marble Works. 
White, W. M. 

Paint and Oil Dealers. 
Standard Oil Co. 
Frost, Torrence & Co. 
Gastonia Hardware Co. 
Standard Hardware Co. 

Painters. 
Smith, J. D. 
Owen, M. C. 
Barnes, F. A. 
Barnwell. S. B. 
Smith. Wm. E. 
Ballard, W. D. 
Scruggs. E. B., Loray. 
Burns. J. E. 
McLean, Graham. 
Stroup, J. E. 

Produce Dealers. 
Bryr.on, R. H., & Co. 
Leventis. P. P., & Co. 
Killiam, W. L. C. & Son. 

Plumbers. 
Gastonia Plumbing Co. 
Gulon, A. H., & Co. 

Piano and Organ Dealers. 

Kirby, A. J., & Co. 

Photographers. 
Shelby & Thaxton. 
Gilbert Studio. 

Printing Offices. 

Beam Printing Co. 

Loftin & Co. 

Gazette Publishing Co. 

Newspapers and Editors. 

GASTONIA GAZETTE (Semi- Weekly )- 
D and J. W. Atkins, Editors. 

Real Estate Agents. 
Holland Ins. & Realty Co. 
Ware, J. White. 
Gastonia Insurance & Realty. 
Haithcock, George E. 
Price Realty & Insurance Co. 
Spencer Lumber Co. 

Shingle Dealers. 
Beal. J. L., & Co. 
Sanders Tayloring Co. 
Henry, T. A., Co. 

Tailors. 
Padgett. R. T. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Ford Undertaking Co. 
Settlemyre, S. 

Veterinary Surgeons. 
Tarker, R. H. 

Wall Paper Dealers. 
Frost, Torrence & Co. 



Manufacturing Plants. 
Gaston Iron Works. 
Gaston Plaster Co. (Wood Fiber.) 
Coffey, J. H. (Wagons). 
Thompson & Son (Shoes). 
Gastonia Box Factory. 
Gastonia Gas Co. 

Warren, R. C. (Blacksmith and Woodworking 
Shops. ) 



CHERRYVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1889. 
Population, 1910: 2,500. 
White polls, 200. 

Value real estate, $375,407: value pi 
property, $175,246. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— J. B. Houser. 
CHIKF OF POLICE,— T. F. Seagle. 
CLERK AND TREASURER— W. J. Allran. 
TAX COLLECTOR— T. F. Seagle. 
ATTORNEY— D. P. Dellinger. 
POSTMASTER— A. II. Huss. 
R. R. AGENT— William Brown. 
EXPRESS A<;E.\T— William Brown. 
TELEGRAPH MANAGER— William Brown. 
W. IT. 

TELEPHONE MANAGER— L. P. Dellinger. 
Piedmont Telp. Co. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— C. M. Robinson, Pastor. 
LUTHERAN— 1!. D. Wissinger, Pastor. 
METHODIST— W. T. Usry. Pastor. 
PRESBYTERIAN— R. A. Miller. Pastor. 
WESLF/YAN CHURCH—. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— J. R. Nixon. Supt. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Central Hotel. 
Commercial Hotel. 
Bess's, D. C. 

Architects. 
Mauney, C. A. 
Summit, D. L. 

Banks and Bankers. 
FIRST NATIONAL— S. S. Mauney, Pres.: 
M. L. Mauney, Cash. 

FARMERS BANK AND TRUST C— S. E. 
McNeely, Cash. : M. L. Craft, Pres. 
Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
Rudisill, J. H., & Co. 
Kendrick Merchandise Co. 
Hendriek-Harrelson Co. 
Cherryville Manufacturing Co. 
Gaston Manufacturing Co. 
Howell. A. W. 

Book Stores. 
Hendriek-Harrelson Co. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 
Cherryville Meat Market. 

Carriage and Wagon Dealers. 
Neill, J. S. 
Houser, J. B. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
EAGLE (Weekly) — L. H. J. Houser, Editor. 

Printing Offices. 
Eagle Printing Co. 

Cotton Mills. 
Gaston Manufacturing Co., Nos. 1 and 2. 
Cherryville Manufacturing Co. 
Vivian Cotton Mills. 
Melville Manufacturing Co. 
Howell Manufacturing Co. 

Confectionery Dealers. 
Sumner, T. E. 
Dillinger. Sydney. 
Helms, J. P. 

Contractors and Builders. 
Kendrick Bros. 
Stroup & Putnam. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 
Rudisill, J. H., & Co. 
Kendrick Mercantile Co. 
Hendriek-Harrelson Co. 



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Cotton Gins. 
Stroup & Putnam. 
Model Ginning Co. 

Dentists. 
Morrison, 11. .1. 
Hoffman. M. E. 

Doctors. 
Howell, A. \V. 
Sou ler, W. II. 
Self, L. L. / 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
Rudisill. .J. H., & Co. 
Hendrick-Harrelson i !o. 
Gaston Manufacturing Co. 
Howell, A. W. 
Kendrick Mercantile Co. 
Cherry ville Manufacturing Co. 
Houser, A. L. 

Power and Light Companies. 
Southern Power Co. 
Cherryville Water & Light Plant. 

Fertilizer Dealers. 
Beam. P. C. 
Craft, M. L. 

Fish and Oyster Dealers. 
Anthony, N. B. 
Beam, J. L. 

Foundries and Iron Works. 
Kite, Jno. 
Houser, J. B. 
Cherryville Foundry Works. 
Cherryville Machine Shops. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Dillinger Bros. 
Hendrick-Harrelson Co. 
Kendrick Mercantile Co. 

Grocers. 
Houser, A. L. 
Black, C. H. 
Sumner, T. E. 
Hicks, R. B. 
Kale, N. E. 
Kendrick Mercantile Co. 
Brittain Grocery Co. 
Howell, A. W. 

Cherryville Manufacturing Co. 
Gaston Manufacturing Co. 
Carpenter, M. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Dellinger Bros. 
Cherryville Hardware Co. 
Howell, A. W. 

Insurance Agents. 
Gates, W. D. (Fire and Live Stock). 
Mauney, M. L. (Fire and Life). 
Kendrick, N. B., (Fire). 
Weathers, J. F. (Fire). 
Hauser, E. L. (Fire). 
DeLane, D. E. (Life). 
Stroup, C. C. (Life). 
Caldwell, Jesse (Life). 
Home Insurance & Realty Co. 

Jewelers. 
Dellinger, William. 

Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 
Stroup & Putnam. 
Kendrick Lumber Co. 
Styres, W. J. T. 

Painters. 
Young, Robert. 
Bess, C. L. 
Anderson, P. 

Produce Dealers. 
Carpenter, M. 
Houser, A. L. 
Sumner, T. E. 
Hicks, R. B. 

Shingle Dealers. 
Cherryville Hardware Co. 
Long, W. H. 
Summit, D. L. 
Stroup, C. C. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Kendrick Mercantile Co. 
Hendrick-Harrelson Co. 



Livery Stables. 
Cherryville Livery Co. 
Commercial Livery Co. 

Lawyers. 
Dellinger, D. P. 

Druggists. 
Cherryville Drug Co. 
Howell's A. W. 

CHERRYVILLE BUILD1NK & LOAN— T. C. 
Summer, Secy. 

Garage. 
Miller Bros. 

Manufacturing Enterprises. 
Cherryville Ice Plant. 
Styurs's Sash & Door Factory. 
Kindrick Bros. Brick Plant. 
Cherryville Bottling Co. 



BELMONT. 

Incorporated in 1905. 

Population, 1910: Whites, 1,500; colored, 100: 
total, 1,600. 

Value of real estate, $700,000; value of per- 
sonal property. $100,000. 

TAX RATE: 30c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— T. B. Hall 

1'OSTMASTER— J. W. Armstrong. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— R. H. Mingus. 

R. R. AGENT— R. P. Washam. Southern. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— D. P. Stowe, 
W. U. 

Ministers and Churches. 

PRESBYTERIAN— W. S. Lacy, Pastor. 

BAPTIST— L. M. Hobbs, Pastor. 

METHODIST— N. R. Richardson. 
Colleges. 

BELMONT ABBEY COLLEGE— Faculty. 

Rt. Rev. Leo. Haid, O. S. B., D. D., Pres. ; 
Moral Theology and Sacred Eloquence. 

Rev. F. Thomas, O. S. B., V. Pres.; Church 
History, Sacred Scriptures, Classics, English 
and History. 

V. Rev. F. Felix, O. S. B., D. D., Dogmatic 
Theology, Natural Theology, Canon Law, Lit- 
urgy and Latin. 

V. Rev. F. Melchior, O. S. B., First Com- 
mercial. 

Rev. F. Ignatius, O. S. B., Second Acedemic. 

Rev. F. Augustine, O. S. B., First Academic, 
Mathematics of Freshman Class. 

Rev. F. James, O. S. B., Fourth Academic. 

Rev. F. Alphonse, O. S. B., Typewriting, 
Painting and Penmanship. 

Rev. F. Michael, O. S. B., Mechanical and 
Architectural Drawing, Algebra and Geometry. 

Rev. F. Raphael, O. S. B. , Third Academic. 

Rev, F. Francis, O. S. B., Music, Second 
Commercial. 

Rev. F. Philip, O. S. B., Chemistry, Physics, 
Curator of Museum. 

Rev. F. Mark, O. &. B., Sub- Academic, Elo- 
cution. 

Fr. Edmund, O. S. B., German. 

Fr. Benedict, O. S. B., Typewriting, Phonog- 
raphy. 

Banks and Bankers. 

BANK OF BELMONT— R. L. Stowe, Pres.; 
W. B. Puet, Cash. 

Doctors. 

Davis, W. W. 

Orr. N. A. 

Hall, P. B. 

Druggists. 

Belmont Drug Co. 

General Merchants. 

Stowe Bros. Co. 

Stowe, W. H., & D. P. 

Gullick, G. M., Co. 

Armstrong, J. W. 

Stelmet, H. B., Co. 

Stowe, W. R. 

Smith, W. D., & Co. 

Roleinson, W. T. 

Stowe, F. L., & Co. 

Stowe, H. B., & Co. 



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Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Belmont Hotel. 

Livery Stables. 
Stafford, F. L. 

Cotton Mills. 
The Chronicle Mills. 
Imperial Yarn Mills (Inc.) 
Majestic Manufacturing Co. 
National Farm Mills. 

Saw Mills. 
Lewis & Leeper. 

Cotton Gins. 
Lewis & Leeper. 

Meat Markets. 
Stowe, F. R. <fc G. B. 
Freeze, R. A. 

Restaurants. 
Belmont Cafe. 
Spratts Place. 

Flour, Ccrn and Feed Mills. 
Belmont Flour Mill (Roller.) 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 
Belmont Ice and Fuel Co. 

Barber Shops. 
Cloniger, D. B. 
Burns, J. C. 
Walters, W. A. 



BESSEMER CITY. 

Incorporated in 1S93. 

Population, 1914: White, 1,800; colored, 200; 
total 2,000. 

Value of real estate and personal property, 
$562,973. 

TAX RATE— $1.20 on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— E. L. Froneberger. 
POSTMASTER— W. L. Ormand. 
CHIEF OF POLICE — J. C. Duncan. 
R. R. AGENT— S. R. Fry. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— J. R. Bell, W. U. 
M. I. Sholar. 

Ministers and Churches. 

PRESBYTERIAN— L. C. Bragaw, Pastor. 

LUTHERAN— M. L. Huffman, Pastor. 

EPISCOPAL— W. II. Harrison, Rector. 

METHODIST— W. B. Shiim, Pastor. 

METHODIST PROTESTANT— It. W. Bras- 
well, Pastor. 

A. R. P.— R. R. Caldwell, Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 

BESSEMER CITY GRADED— E. C. Byerly, 
Supt. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BESSEMER CITY BANK— A. A. McLean, 
Pres. ; I. A. White, Cash. 
Doctors. 
Garren, R. H. 
Rowe, R. H. 

Druggists. 
Martin, R. L. 

General Merchants. 
Bessemer Mercantile Co. 
George, H. D. 
Kennedy, R. C. 
Mauney, C. B. 
Rudisill & Dixon. 
Mitchell, C. A. 
Froneberger & Co. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
BESSEMER CITY JOURNAL— W. A. West- 
moreland, editor and proprietor. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Hotel Carroll. 
Swift. Mrs. George. 
Robbins, Mrs, E. R. 
Dixon, Mrs. J. E. 

Livery Stables. 
Kiser, C. A. 
Jones, C. A. 
Ford, B. A. 

Lawyers. 
Whitney & Whitney. 



Manufacturing Plants. 

Osage Manufacturing Co. 
Huss Manufacturing Co. 
Atlas Manufacturing Co. 
Grambill & Melville Mills Co. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Bessemer Furniture Co., E. J. Rhyne, 
Proprietor. 

Woodworking Plants. 
Thornburg, C. A. 
Fuller, C. W. 

Blacksmithing and Carriage Works. 
Fuller. C. W. 
Froneberger, D. P. 

Flour and Feed Mills. 
Thornburg, C. A. 
Cotton Gins. 
Bessemer Ginning Co. 

Fertilizer Dealers. 
Froneberger & Co. 
Womburg & Co. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 
Sholar, M. I. 

Cotton Gins. 
Bessemer Ginning Co. 



DALLAS. 



Population, 1910: White, 800; colored. 300; 
total, 1,100. 

Value of real estate and personal property, 
$150,000. 

TAX RATE: 50c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— F. H. Robinson. 

POSTMASTER— R. S. Lessis. 

R. R. AGENT— A. L. Caldwell, Carolina & 
Northwestern. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— A. L. Caldwell. 
Ministers and Churches. 

PRESBYTERIAN— Rev. Cassady. 

BAPTIST— I. T. Newton, Pastor. 

METHODIST— N. M. Modlin, Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 

GRADED— J. B. Henson, Prin. 
Banks and Bankers. 

BANK OF DALLAS— S. N. Boyce, Pres. ; 
L. M. Hoffman, Jr., Cash. 

Doctors. 
Puett, Bessie V. 
Wiikins, S. A. 

Druggists. 
Summy, P. D., Drug Co. 

General Merchants. 
Camp, J. H. 
Fordham, R. O. 
Rhyne, 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. 
Rhyne, J. F. 

Livery Stables. 
Rhyne, J. F. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Robinson Ginning Co. 
Humphrey, J. F., Ginning Co. 
Monarch Cotton Mills. 
Morrowebb Cotton Mills. 
Dallas Cotton Mills. 
Clemer Metallic Shingle Mfg Co. 



McADENVILLE. 

Population — (Police Census), $1,485. 
No. white polls, 130. 
TAX RATE: 33 l-3c.on the $100. 
Value real estate, $20,0UO; value perso\ial 
property, $00,000. 



GASTON COUNTY 



Town Officers. 
MAYOR Ed. C. Ray. 
CHIEF OF POLICE- C. C. Clark. 
CLERK G. M Patterson. 
TREASURER— J. I. Hammett. 
TAX COLLECTOR— W. H. Wagstaff. 
POSTMASTER— J. II. Wagstaff. 
R. R. AGENT .1- I.. Welber, I'. £ N. 
TELEGRAPH MANAGER- Mr. Holmes, W. 
D. 
TELEPHONE MANAGER— R. B. Biibington, 
'iiia. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST C. A. Caldwell, Pastor. 
METHODIST— D. W. Brown Pastor. 

Schools Mid Academies. 
VILLAGE SCHOOL— S. P. Herts, Prin. 

Ho'els rind Boarding Houses. 
Albea, Mrs. M. B. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
Little, J. W. 
Reid, J. R. 
Stafford, .1. A. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 
Phillips. F. D. 
Free.-. .1. D. 

Cotton and Hosiery Mills. 
The McAden Mills. 

Confectionery Dealers. 
Rumfelt, G. W. 
T.ittle, J. W. 
Reid, J. R. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 
The McAden Mills. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 
Reid. J. R. 
Little, J. W. 

Doctors. 
Anderson, J. A. 

Fruit Dealers. 
Rumfelt, G. W. 

Fish and Oyster Dealers. 
Phillips, F. \V. 

Grocers. 
Little, J. W. 
Reid, J. R. 
Stafford, J. A. 
Hammett, J. I. 
G. W. Rumfelt. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
The McAden Mills (Yarns and Cloth). 



MT. HOLLY. 

Incorporated in 1889. 

TAX RATE: 50c. on the $100 and $1.50 on 
poll. 

Yalue real estate, $112,000; value personal 
property, $200,000. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— W. B. Rutledge. 
POSTMASTER— R. P. Gardner. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— A. J. West. 
R. R. AGENTS— J. E. Powe. 
Jno. F. • Cloud, P. & N. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— J. E. Powe. 

Ministers and Churches. 
LUTHERAN— E. H. Kohn, Pastor. 
METHODIST— X. R. Richardson, Pastor. 
BAPTIST — E. C. Andrews. Pastor. 
PRESBYTERIAN— S. L. Cathey. Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— Ray Funderburk, Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 
MOUNT HOLLY BANK— II. A. Rhyne, Pres. ; 
.1. A. Costlier, Cash. 

Doctors. 
McCoy, T. M. 
Rhyne, R. E. 

Druggists. 
Holland Drug Co. 
Mt. Holly Drug Co. 

General Merchandise. 
Rhyne-Rankin Co. 
Miller, J. L. 

Mt. Holly Hardware and Furniture Co. 
Dunn Bros. 



Hutchinson & Davenport. 
Farror Pros. 
Tucker & Springs. 
Howard, II. A. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Central Hotel. 
Riverviev I 

Livery Stables. 
Dunn & West 

Cotton Yarn Mills. 
Albion Cotton Mills. 
Mt. Holly Cotton MilK 
Woodlawn Manufacturing Co. 
Nims Manufacturing Co. 
Armon Manufacturing Co. 

iseegee Manufacturing Co. 
Southern Power Steam Plant. 
Pie"dmont Electro Chemical Co. 
Horn Mills. 

Insurance Agents. 
Holland, J. W., & Co. 

Cotton Gins. 
Rhyne & Holland Gn Co. 



STANLEY. 

Incorporated in 1870. 

Population, 1910: 600. 

A'alue real estate, $400,000; value personal 
property, $500,000. 

TAX RATE: 15c on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— W. G. Rutledee. 

POSTMASTER— Frank Boyd. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— S. P. Manney. 

R. R. AGENT— A. C. Taylor, S. A. L. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— A. C. Taylor. W. 
U. 

Ministers and Churches. 

AIETHODIST— N. C. Williams, Pastor. 

BAPTIST— W. B. MeLure, Pastor. 

PRESBYTERIAN— S. L. Cathey, Pastor. 

LUTHERAN— R. H. Cline. Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 

HIGH— Prof. Latham, Prin. 

Banks and Bankers. 

FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK— M. C. 
Hunter, Pres. ; J. M. Rheinhardt, Cash. 

Doctors. 
Pugh. C. H. 

Druggists. 
Stanley Drug Co. 

General Merchandise. 
Rutledge-Thompson Co. 
Boyh, A. L. 
Carpenter, B. F. 
Stanley Mercantile Co. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Peterson, M. B. 
Rankin, J. A. 

Livery Stables. 
Rankin, J. A. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Stanley Manufacturing Co. 
Stanley Creamery. 
Carpenter, B. F. (Gin and Saw Mill). 



LOV/ELL. 

Population, 1914: White, 1,200; colored 200; 
total, 1,400. 

Yalue real estate, $205,295; value personal 
property, $55,677. 

TAX RATE: 15c. on the $100 and 45c. on 
poll. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— S. M. Robinson. 

POSTMASTER— Thos. P. Rankin. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— M. M. Ferguson, Z. W. 
Johnson, Ass't. 

R. R. AGENT— W. H. Holmes, Southern; 
Geo. O. Featherston, N. & P. 

MANAGERS TELEGRAPH— W. H. Holmes, 
P. A. Titman. W. U. 



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Ministers and Churches. 
PRESBYTERIAN— W. E. McElwaine, Pas- 
tor. 

METHODIST— O. C. Fortenbury. 
BAPTIST — Rev. Newton, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
HIGH — John Kamseur, Prin. 

Doctors. 
Robinson, Frank. 
Reid, J. W. 

Druggists. 
Robinson Co., The. 

General Merchandise. 
Perkins, A. P. 
Price, J. L. 
Lay & Wyatt. 
Reid, J. R. 
Wesiows, Jno. 
Rankin, T. P., Co. 
Teague, M. A., Co. 
Jenkins, C. B. 
Nipper, C. W. 



Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Leonhurdl, B. F. 

Livery Stables. 
Mitchem, D. \V. 

Saw Mills. 
Harrison & Ellington. 

Cotton Gins. 
Harrison & Ellington. 

Undertakers. 
Groves, John W. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Groves, John W. 

Manufacturing Plants. 

Lowell Cotton Mills, Nos. 1 and 2. 

Peerless Manufacturing Co. 

Lowell Bottling Works. 

Wood Box Co. 

Lowell Bedding Co. 

Gaston Chero-Cola Bottling Plant. 



GATES COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, GATESVILLE. 



POPULATION: (Census 1910). 10.455. 

Formed in 1779. Named in honor of General Horatio Gates. 

AREA: 360 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $1,6.19.694; value of personal property, $950,333. 

Property listed in 1913. by whites, $2,315,047; by negroes, $294, 9S0. 

NO. OF SCHOOLS: For whites, 31; for negroes, 23. 

TAX RATE— County purposes, 19c. on the $100. 

PUBLIC ROADS: No. miles, 400. Worked Under old State Law. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 14.81 miles, assessed value $500 

Southern Express Co.. assessed value ■ 4 

Southern Railway — Rolling Stock, assessed value 20 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. assessed value 4. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad, 20.79 miles, assessed value 270 

American Telephone Co., assessed value 1 

Albemarle Steam Navigation Co., assessed value 6, 

Pullman Co. . assessed value 3, 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— March 22, August 2, Decemoer 13. 



521.00 
902.00 
,144.00 
422.18 
,224.00 
432.00 
250.00 
475.63 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— W. T. Cross, Gatesville. 

SHERIFF— J. W. Brown, Gatesville. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— Thos. E. Hofler, 
Gatesville. 

TREASURER — R. T. Savage, Corapeake. 

CORONER — Lycurgus Hofler, Gatesville. 

SURVEYOR— W. F. Eason. Gatesville. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— Dr. G. D. Williams, 
Gatesville. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— T. W. Costen. Jr., 
Gates. 

SUPT. OF HOME— Mrs. Mary E. Riddick, 
Gatesville. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— L. E. Cross, 
Gates: R. W. Simpson, Trotville; S. P. Cross, 
Gatesville. 

COMMISSIONERS— E. H. Eure, Eure; T. J. 
Carter, Hobbsville: J. R. Hill, Corapeake. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— John G. Cross, 
A. P. Godwin, Gatesville: Kindred Parker, Eure. 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

GATESVILLE TOWNSHIP— John B. Wal- 
ton, B. F. Wiley, Gatesville; S. J. Hayes. .1. S. 
Whedbee, Drum Hill; R. J. Filaml. Gates. 

HALL— J. II. Lilly, N. Knight, J. P. Tink- 
ham. K. R. Carter, H. W. Harrell, J. T. 
Banks, J. R. Brown, Eure; R. C. Cowper, Gates. 

REYNOLDSON— John J. Gatling, E. S. A. 
Ellenor, E. L. Smith, W. A. Pittman, Gates; 
G. D. Gatling, Roduco. ' 

HASLETTS — G. T. Poison, E. J. Freeman. 
W. M. Matthews, Drum Hill; L. W. Parker, 
Gates. 



HOLLY GROVE— G. C. Hobbs, J. R. Lassi- 
ter, W. C. Vann, W. J. Ellis, W. C. Beaman, 
Corapeake; C. M. Manning. 

HUNTERS MILL— J. C. Harrell, R. W. 
Simpson, J. W. Overman, Trotville; Llewllyn 
Spivey, Willow. 

MINTONSVILLE— W. A. Ellis, Vivian; W. 
II. Speight, Trotville; W. A. Sykes, Hobbsville. 
MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Grant, T. M., Gates. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

SUNBURY SCHOOL— A. L. Hamilton, Prin., 
Sunbury. 

KEYNOLDSON SCHOOL— Mrs. T. W. Costin, 
Prin.; Gates. 

HOBBSVILLE SCHOOL— Mrs. T. Hollowell, 
Prin., Hobbsville. 

DRUM HILL SCHOOL— Hettie Dean, Prin., 
Drum Hill. 

MIDDLE SWAMP SCHOOL— Alice Vann. 
Prin., Drum Hill. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Lee, W. O. P.. Gates. 

Gastin, O. A., Drum Hill. 

Blanchard T. W., Hobbsville. 

Cnrhel], E. F., Sunbury. 

Brooks. George C, Sunbury. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Hair, '11, M. D., & Co. Eure. 

Felton. R. G, Eure. 

Gatlin, G. D., Roduco. 

Parker, C. C, Roduco. 

Harrell, D. S., Topsy. 

Parker, J. W.. Sarem. 

Parker, L. W., Gates. 

Wllkins. W. S., Gal. s. 



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226 GATES— GRAHAM 


Hayes, R. w.. Gates. 


White, Lizzie l.ee, Hobbsville. 




Ji q] iiis. A. M. . Gates. 


Wieler, Valester, Sunbury. 




Matthews, W. L., & Co., Drum Hill. 


Harrell, Augusta. Sunbury. 




King, E. 1... Drumm Hill. 


Savage, Eula, Sava 




Mi i i . 11. E. Drum Hill. 


Goldston, E., Corapeake. 




Savage, C. «'.. Corapeake. 


Knight, Bertha, Corapeake. 




Brinkley, .1. J.,Corapeake. 


Costen, Alice .lames, Corapeake. 




Pearec, T. M., Corapeake. 


M Iti er, Hanna, Drum Hill. 




B :aman, E. 1'.. Corapeake. 


Williams, Mary, Drum Hill. 




Rountree, J.. Ji., Corapeake. 


Williams, Bessie, Drum Hill. 




Copeland, C. B\, Sunbury. 


.bines, Louise, Drum Hill. 




Pierce, 1. F., Sunbury. 


Edwards, Edith, Drum Hill. 




Miles, J. V., Sunbury. 


lb riling Sarah, Gates. 




Benton, 11. ('., Sunbury. 


Martin, Maude, Gates. 




Corbitt, .1. E., & Co., Sunbury. 


Eure, Ella, Roduco. 




Rountree, L. A.. Acorn. 


Freeman, Ode, Gates. 




Ward & Son, Bosley. 


Morgan, Minnie, Corapeake. 




Hofler, s. W.. & Co., Bosley. 


Taylor, Hattie, Drum Hill. 




Speight, \V. H.. Trotville. 


GATESVILLE. 




Bollowell, I)., & Co., Selwin. 


Incorporated in 1877. 




Hathaway ..V Rountree, Hobbsville. 


Population, 1910: White, 2G0; colored 


. 40; 


Ward, Orlando, Hobbsvlle. 


total, 300. 




Hudgins, A. S., Willow. 


Value of real estate, $45,000; value personal 


Willaims, H. C, Vivian. 


property, $95,650. 




Merchants Mills Co., Merchants Mill. 


TAX RATE— 20c. on the $100. 




Parker, ..T H., Merchants Mill. 


Town Officers. 




Lawrence, C. M., Gates. 


MAYOR— John B. Walker. 




Sawyer. C. E., Eure. 


POSTMASTER— Edgar Cross. 




Cross & Co., Sunbury. 


CHIEF OF POLICE— Tonie Felton. 




Mitchell, .1. W. P.. Trotville. 


Ministers and Churches. 




COTTON GINS. 


BAPTIST— T. S. Crutchfleld, Pastor. 




Parker, J. E., Gatesville. 


METHODIST— G. W. Fisher. 




Johnson, A. M.. Eure. 


EPISCOPAL— W. R. Noe, Rector, Wii 


idsor. 


Lawrence, C. M. . Gates. 


Schools and Academies. 




Willey, J. F. Gates. 


HIGH— H. A. Carroll. 




Parker. L. W., Gates. 


Banks and Bankers. 




Eure, JI. A.. Corapeake. 


HANK OF GATES— L. L. Smith, Pres. ; 


Rob- 


Benton, H. C, Sunbury. 


ert R. Taylor, Cash. 




Cross & Co., Sunbury. 


Doctors. 




Blanchard & Rountree. Willow. 


Williams, Geo. D. 




Whedbee, J. S.. Drum 11:11. 


Parker, J. R. 




Catling & Parker, Roduco. 


Druggists. 




Hathaway, C. B.. Hobbsville. 


Roberts, A. R. 




FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 


Lawyers. 




Merchant Mills Co.. Merchant Mills. 
Story Pros., Eure. 
Cross & Co., Sunbury. 
Taylor, W. H., Eure. 
Lilley, J. M., Gatesville. 

SAW MILLS. 


Smith. L. L. 
Godwin, A. P. 
Banks, B. L., Jr. 

General Merchants. 
Riddick, R. M. 
Black, T. 
Williams, W. B. 




Denton, H. C, Sunbury. 


Brown, T. A. 




Cross & Co., Sunbury. 


Cowper, R. B. G., & Son. 




Story Bros., Eure. 


Hayes, W. It. 




Merchant Mills Co., Merchant Mills. 


Deans, W. J. 




Wiggins. W. S., & Co., Hobbsville. 


cross, Edgar. 




Rountree & Son, Hobbsville. 


Turner, E. F. 




PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 


Hotels and Boarding Houses. 




Brown, Mrs. J. A., Gatesville. 


Edwards, C. <>. 




Walton, Margaret, Gatesville. 


Livery Stables. 




Raines, Iva, Gatesville. 


Hofler, J. L. 




Whedbee, Hattie, Willow. 


Riddick, L. C. 




Carter, Daught, Trotville. 


Edwards, C. O. 




Simpson, Anna, Trotville. 


Manufacturing Plants. 




Hurdle, Madora, Bosley. 


Troutman, Q II. 




Morgan, Lucy Lee, Corapeake. 


Gin and Saw Mill. 




Vann, Allie, Hobbsville. 


Turner, E. F. 




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, $1,175,185; value of pe 


rsonal property, $318,865. 




Property listed in 1914, by whites, $1,526,97 


0; by Indians, $25,000. 




NUMBER OF SCHOOLS— For whites, 25; fc 


r Indians, 2. 




TAX RATE — County purposes, 23 2- 3c. on 


the $100; roads and bridges, 25 l-3c. ; special 


school, 5c. 






PUBLIC ROADS— Worked by free labor. 








GRAHAM COUNTY 



RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Snowbird Valley Railroad, 6.50 miles, assessed value $8,125.00 

Southern Bell Telephone Co. , assessed value 55.00 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS — March 15, September 6, December 6. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— Earl P. Tatham, Rob- 
binsville. 

SHERIFF — J. A. Ammons, Robbinsville. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— M. T. Crisp. Rob- 
binsville. 

CORONER— D. A. Stewart, Rough. 

SURVEYOR— R. H. Shcrrill, Robbinsville. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— J. H. Moody, Rob- 
binsville. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH — Geo. F. Brock, Tuske- 
gee. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— S. P, Harwood, 
Cheoah; J. M. Edwards. Stecoah; R. P. 
Haynes, Robbinsville. 

COMMISSIONERS— J. A. Styles, Tuskegee; 
Onley Williams, Johnson; J. W. Crisp, Stecoah. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— N. G. Phillips, 
N. S. Crisp, Walter B. Wiggins, Robbinsville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

CHEOAH TOWNSHIP— N. G. Phillips; B. 
L. C. Tull, W. H. Eller. 

STECOAH— D. A. Taylor, Brock; G. H. Gar- 
land, Tuskegee; M. A. Crisp, Stecoah; John B. 
Andrews, Japan. 

YELLOW CREEK— Riley Orr, Johnson; J. L. 
Green, Yellow Creek. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWN. 

Wiggins, J. A., Robbinsville. 
Slaughter, G. W., Robbinsville. 
Orr. G .W., Millsaps. 
Green, P. G., Stecoah. 
Crisp, S. M., Jaoan. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Brock, George F., Brock. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Millsaps, N. E., Millsaps. 

Shuler & Orr, Johnson. 

Rogers, T. L., Cheoah. 

Brooks, Mrs. J. E., Yellow Creek. 

Parker, D. W., Santeelah. 

Golden, J. D., Tuskegee. 

Crisp, Joel L., Stecoah. 

Mortt, C. D., Japan. 

West & Campbell, Tulula. 

Wall, Robt., Japan. 

Shehan, Theo., Stecoah. 

Gunter, P. C, Brock. 

Bailey, L. C, Brock. 

Dean, J. C, Brock. 

Adams & Blanton, Rough. 

Adams & Crisp, Rough. 

Edwards, Will, Stecoah. 

English Lumber Co., Yellow Creek. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Harwood, P. P., Cheoah. 
Rice, P. L.. Cheoah. 
Wiggins, P. A., Robbinsville. 
Rogers, T. L., Cheoah. 
Snider, J. J., Robbinsville. 

SAW MILLS. 
Eller, W. H., Robbinsville. 
Eler, J. D., Robbinsville. 
Colward, Vird, Robbinsville. 
Slaughter, J. P., Robbinsville. 
English Lumber Co., Yellow Creek. 
Cody & Hollow ay, Cheoah. 
Crisp, N. S., Robbinsville. 
Colward Bros., Robbinsville. 
Dean, J. C, Brock. 
Ammons, J. S., Stecoah. 



PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Rogers, L. H., Robbinsville. 
Hyde, J. A., Robbinsville. 
Moody, J. H.. Robbinsville. 
Harwood, P. L., Cheoah. 
Cody. E. C, Cheoah. 
Carpenter, Will O., Cheoah. 
Harwood, Ola, Cheoah. 
Harwood, Rena, Cheoah. 
Harwood, Lena, Cheoah. 
Wardrup, Lillie, Cheoah. 
Wardrup, Lucy, Cheoah. 
Barnes, Lutie, Fontana. 
Wright, Bennie, Topton. 
Caringer, Electa, Yellow Creek. 
Cable, Cordelia. Tuskegee. 
Dean, Grover, Brock. 
Garland, Nell, Brock. 
Sheehan, Theo., Stecoah. 
Crisp, A. O., Stecoah. 
Crisp, C. C Stecoah. 
Crisp, S. A., Stecoah. 
Jenkins, H. M., Stecoah. 
Moody, Lillie, Rough. 
Mauney, Belle, Robinsville. 
Mannly, Adie, Robbinsville. 
Haynes, Nora, Cheoah. 
Brooks, Ada, Robbinsville. 
Howell, Nannie. Robbinsville. 
Hayne, Ollie, Robbinsville. 
Howard, Bessie, Yellow Creek. 
Caringer, Etta. Yellow Creek. 
Harwood, Bessie, Cheoah. 
Harwood, May, Cheoah. 
Ghormley, Bertie, Robbinsville. 
Jenkins, T. M. , Robbinsville. 
Jenkins, R. B., Stecoah. 
McKUdrey, Gussie, Robbinsville. 
Calhoun, Ida, Robbinsville. 
Woody, J. H., Topton. 
Hyde, Jesse, Robbinsville. 



ROBBINSVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1891. 

Population, 1910: 150. 

POSTMISTRESS— Mrs. Helen D. Slaughter. 

Ministers and Churches. 
PRESBYTERIAN— Vacant. 
METHODIST— Rev. Otte. 
BAPTIST— Rev. G. P. Rice, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— Theodore M. Jenkins, Prin. 

Doctors. 
Howell, S. F. 
Maxwell, M. T. 
Rogers, D. E. 

Druggists. 

Maxwell, M. T. 
Howell S. H. 

General Merchandise. 
Cobum & Wiggins. 
Ghormley, C. C. 

Hotels and Boarding House*. 
Swan. D. W. 
Ghormley. House. 
Mauney, W. F. 

Lawyers. 
Phillips, Robert L. 
Morphew. T. A. 



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GRANVILLE COUNTY 



GRANVILLE COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, OXFORD. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), 25,102. 

Formed In 1746. Named in honor of Lord John Crateret, Earl of Granville; Grant from 
Charles II 

AREA — 504 square miles. . 

Value of real estate, $3,520,581; value of personal property, $21919,031. 

Property listed in 1914, by whites, $5,799,552; by negroes. $040,060. 

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS— For whites, 55: for negroes, 45. 

TAX RATE— County purposes. $1.00 on the $100. 

County bonded debt, $160,000. , , . , , 

PUBLIC RO \DS — Number miles, 700. Worked by free, convict and hired labor. 

RAILROAD. TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. , nlnnn 

Granville Telephone Co., assessed value * „i,™ S 

Southern Railway, 43.80 miles, assessed value 1 ' 7 i'„ , „„„„„ 

Atlantic and Danville Railway, 2.20 miles, assessed value 20.000.00 

North and South Carolina Railway, 3.73 miles, assessed value JHo-'n' 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value „lrS?o'nn 

Seaboard Air Line Railway. 22.36 miles, assessed value 631,813.00 

Southern Express Co., assessed value iS2nn 

Southside Telephone Co., assessed value J'j-q'q- 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value .-t'SS'SJ 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 0. & C. L. Division, 4.51 miles, assessed value 127,436.00 

North State Hydro Electric Co.. assessed value 3,500.Utl 

Pullman Co.. assessed value 4b9.11 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— February 8, May 3, August 9. November 15. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

"CLERK OF THE COURT— D. C. Hunt, Ox- 
ford. 

SHERIFF— S. C. Hobgood, Oxford. 
REGISTER OF DEEDS— Jas. B. Powell, 
Oxford. 

TREASURER— H. J. Robards, Oxford. 
CORONER — W. N. Thomas. 
SUPT OF HEALTH— Samuel D. Booth, Ox- 
ford. 

SUPT OF SCHOOLS— Fred Webb, Oxford. 
SUPT OF HOME— W. S. Daniel, Oxford. 
BOARD OF EDUCATION— J. A. Morris, 
Oxford; T. G. Currin, Oxford; E. R. Meadows. 
Oxford, Route 1. 

COMMISSIONERS — J. L. Peed, Creedmoore; 
R. S. Hart, Oxford; Z. W. Allen, Oxford; H. 
C. Flovd, Hester; B. I. Breedlove. Oxford. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— F. W. Hancock, 
C. J. Roberts, V. T. Cheatham. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
WALNUT GROVE TOWNSHIP— Will Thorpe, 
Oxford, R. 4: B. F. Hester, Oxford, R. 4; B. 
F. Dean, Oxford, R. 4: Elmore Gooch, Oxford, 
R. 1. 

OAK HILL — D. T. Winston, Virgilina, \a.. 
Route 2; L. S. Royster, Virgilina. Va. ; J. N. 
Watkins, Virgilia, Va., R. 2; J. W. Wilbom, 
Vireilia, Va., R. 2. 

SASSAFRAS FORK— I. T. Green, Oxford. 
Route 5; S. J. Currin, Stovall : R. A. Norwood, 
Bullock: Wilkins Stovall. Stovall. 

SALEM — B. I. Breedlove. Oxford, Route 5; 
E. A. Hunt, Oxford. Route 5 ; R. O. Smith. 
Oxford. Route 7 ; A. S. Green, Oxford, Route 5. 
OXFORD — L. T. Buchanan, Oxford; T. N. 
Burwell, Oxford: C. ft. Cheatham. Oxford, 
R. 3; H. F. Cole, Oxford; D. N. Hunt, Ox- 
ford; S. V. Ellis, Oxford. 

FISHING CREEK — Thomas G. Taylor, Ox- 
ford, R. 2: C. R. Gordon. Oxford, R. 2: A. P. 
Overton. Franklinton, R. 1; W. S. Howell, 
R. F. D. : J. R. Renn, Oxford, R. 6. 

BRASSFIELD — E. J. Jenkins, Franklinton; 
W P. White, Sr.. Franklinton, R. 1 ; G. L. 
Allen, Creedmoor, R. 1. 

DUTCHVILLE— J. L. Peed, Creedmore; R. 
G. Stem, Hester, R. F. D. ; J. N. Tilley. Stem, 
Route 1; M. L. Coley, Northside. Route 1. 

TALLY HO — W. B. Horner, Hargrove; L. L. 
Crews. Tar River; W. S. Gooch, Stem; J. P. 
Cannady, Oxford. Route 1. 



Prill. 



MINISTERS NOT IN TOWN. 
Jones, C. A., Oxford. 
Hix, M. D. 
Martin. J. L., Stem. 
Usry, E. G., Oxford township. 
Kennison. J. S., Stovall. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

CREEMOOR HIGH— R. A. Pope, 
Creedmoor. 

STEM HIGH — R. H. Cayton, Prin., Stem. 

KNAP OF REEDS HIGH— R. P. Crumpler. 
Prin., Lyons. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Taylor, William. Stovall. 
Sanderford, J. F., Creedmoor. 
Hardee. P. R., Stem. 
Meadows, E. B., Culbreth. 
Lawrence, T. B., Wilton. 
Bullock, W. B.. Hester. 
Thompson, Jos.. Creedmoor. 
Sykes. G. T., Grissom. 
Bullock, John L., (vet.) 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Gooch-Bobbitt Co. 
Russell, L. S., Berea. 
Robards. C. J., Stem. R. 1. 
Green, A. S-, Dexter. 
Allen, J. D.. Hargrove. 
Gooch. J. H.. Stem. 
Gregory, R. T., Stovall. 
Royster. C. G., Bullock. 
Lvon, S. C. Creedmoor. 
Wagstaff & Co., Creedmoor. 
Fleming Bros., Northside. 
Gooch. W. S., Stem. 
Daniel. Sid. Oxford. 
Huff & McFarland. Berea. 
Puckett, R. C. Stovall. 
Gooch Bros.. Wilton. 
Evans, S. M., Oak Hil. 
Evans, J. H., Satterwhite. 
Black-well Bros.. Oxford. R. 1. 
Coleman. H. C, & Co., Lyons. 
Lyon, A. A., Lyons. 
Perry. A. G.. Creedmoor, Rfd. 
COTTON GINS. 

Hunt, J. P.. Oxford. 

Parham Ginning Co., Oxford. 

Faucett, Nat, Wilton. 



GRANVILLE COUNTY 



229 



PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

McAllister, Lillle, Oxford, B. 4. 
Latt, Huldah, Oxford, R. 1. 
Phipps, Cora, Oxford, R. 1. 
Thomas, Willie Lee, Oxford, R. 1. 
Crltcher, Suie, Oxford R. 7. 
Coulling, Eloise, Nelson, Va. 
Davis, Annie, Nelson, Va. 
Younger, Linvillc. Nelson, Va. 
Green, Allene, Virgilina, Va. 
Lancaster. Mabel, Virgilina, Va. 
Wyatt, Lucy, Virgilina, Va. 
Pool, Novie Sue, Virgilina, Va. 
McSween, Elizabeth, Virgilina, Va. 
Howard, Hannah, Oxford, R. 4. 
Bunvell. Margaret, Virgilina, Va. 
Shotwell, Janie, Bullock. 
Pittard, Elizabeth, Bullock. 
Smith, R. W., Stovall. 
Wells, Elizabeth, Stovall. 
Fullerton, Mary E., Stovall. 
Woods. Nellie, Stovall. 
Hite, Lelia, Nelson, Va. 
Sizemore. Martha, Clarksville, Va. 
Hail. Mabel, Oxford. R. 5. 
Hart, Lillian, Oxford, R. 5. 
Hester, Dixie, Oxford, R. 5. 
Crews, Edna, Oxford, R. 5. 
Gooch, Gussie, Oxford, R. 5. 
Meeder, Annie, Oxford, R. 5. 
Hester. Foy, Oxford. R. 3. 
Hester, Littie, Oxford, R. 4. 
Daniel, Ila, Oxford, R. 7. 
Howell, W. S., Kittrell. 
Ragland, Alma. Oxford, R. 3. 

Hunt, Hettie, Oxford, R. 3. 

Adcock, Nannie Lou. Oxford, R. 6. 

Bumpass, Lizzie, Oxford, R. 6. 
Tunstall, Lucy, Oxford, R. 2. 

Spencer, Emily, Oxford, R. 2. 
Renn, Mary, Oxford, R. 2. 

Ferguson, Kate, Oxford, R. 2. 

Abbitt, Frances, Oxford, R. 3. 

Ethel Holmes, Franklinton, R. 1. 

Grissom, Mrs. Anie E., Oxford, R. 2. 

Jenkins, Dora, Creedmoor, R. 1. 

Smith, Una, Creedmoor, R. 1. 

Davis, E. P., Youngsville. 

Perry, Florence, Youngsville. 

Shaw. Mrs. Florence, Grissom. 

Jackson, Annie, Grissom. 

Wilson, Agnes, Creedmoor. 

Howell, Bessie. Creedmoor. 

Breedlove, Beulah, Hester. 

Strother, Ruth, Hester. 

Jones, Lena. Franklinton, R. 1. 

Hockaday, Eva, Franklinton, R. 1. 

Grumpier, R. P., Stem. 

Sossamon, Grace, Stem. 

Umstead, Rena, Stem. 

Reidell, Minnie, Stem. 

Veazey, Maggie, Lyons. 

Allen, Cyrena, Stem. 

Pope, R. A., Creedmoor. 

Cantrell, Corrie, Creedmoor. 

Newman, Sallie, Creedmoor. 

Watson, Helen, Creedmoor. 

Allen, Mrs. O. B., Creedmoor. 

Washington, Ettie, Northside. 

Moore, Ethel, Northside. 

Chappell, Mrs. John, Northside. 

Moss, May, Creedmoor. 

Martin, Brownie, Hester. 

Hall, Ella, Hester. 

Cannaday, Margaret, Hester. 

Bragg, Fredda. Stem. 

Cash, Wirta, Oxford, R. 6. 

Claytor, R. H., Stem. 

Farabow, Stem. 

Mangum, Bessie. Stem. 

Clayton, Janie C, Stem. 

Jones, Hallie, Stem. 

Waller, Hattie, Stem. 

Day, Lucy Bell, Stem. 

Rhew, Annie, Moriad. 



Rhew, Asa. Mori ah. 
Nance, Daisy, SUni. 
Jones, Elizabeth, Oxford, R. 1. 
Cray, Fannie. Oxford. It. 6. 
Duke, Ida, Oxford, It. 6. 
Manning, Carrie, Oxford, R. 1. 
Stanneld. Anna, Oxford, R. 1. 
Smith, Grizzelle, Oxford. R. 2 
Stark, Marie, Tar River. 
Adcock, Allie, Bi rea. 
Sizemore, Nita, Berea. 
Hart, Mary, Berea. 
Daniel, Alice, Oxford, R. 4. 
Dean, Tazzie, Oxford, R. 4. 



OXFORD. 

Population, 1910: 3,016. White polls, 389; 
colored polls, 113. 

Value of real estate and personal property, 
$1,907,804. 

TAX RATE: $1,20 on the $100. 

Bonded debt, $80,000. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— T. G. Stem. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— A. Williford. 

CLERK— R. B. Hines. 

TREASURER— J. R. Hall. 

TAX COLLECTOR— R. B. Hines. 

STANDARD-KEEPER— J. A. Mitchell. 

HEALTH OFFICER— T. L. Booth. 

ATTORNEY— T. G. Stem. 

POSTMASTER— C. D. Osbom. 

R. R. AGENTS— W. B. Pittard. Southern 
Railway: R. M. Osborne. Seaboard Air Line. 

EXPRESS AGENT— R. J. Cobb. 

TELEGRAPH MANAGER— Frank C. Spen- 
cer, Western Union. 

TELEPHONE MANAGER— W. D. Reeves, 
Home Co. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— G. T. Lumpkin, R. H. Marsh, 

EPISCOPAL— F. H. T. Horsfleld, Pastor. 

METHODIST— A. P. Tyer, Pastor; L. H. 
Joyner, Oxford Circuit. 

PRESBYTERIAN— S. K. Phillips. Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 

OXFORD SEMINARY— F. P. Hobgood, 
President. 

OXFORD GRADED SCHOOL— J. A. Pitts, 
Superintendent. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Exchange Hotel. 

Oxford Hotel. 

Currin, Mrs. Henrietta Ella. 

Gooch, Mrs. Alice. 

Walters, W. H. 

Banks and Bankers. 
NATIONAL BANK OF GRANVILLE— E. T. 
White, President; Thornton Yancey. Cashier. 
FIRST NATIONAL— R. W. Lassiter, Pres- 
ident; W. H. Hunt, Cashier. 

OXFORD SAVINGS — H. G. Cooper, Ties.; 
W. T. Yancey. Sec. & Treas. 

UNION BANK— E. II. Crenshaw. Pies. ; J. S. 
Hradsher, Cash. 

Bakers. 
Sizemore Bros. 

Brick Manufacturers. 
Davis, J. C. 

Book Stores. 
Hall. J. G. 

Hamilton, R. L., Drug Co. 
Sizemore Bros. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 
Punier Bros. 
■Slaughter, S. L. 
P.idly, E. H. 
'/toss, Willis. 
Daniel, G. C. 



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Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Oxford Buggy Co. 
Taylor- Cannady Buggy Co. 
Horner Bros. Co. 
Bullock & Crenshaw. 
Long- 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. 
Hamilton Drug Co. 

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. 
I'erkinson & Green. 
Crenshaw, E. H.. Co. 
Cohen & Son. 
Brooks, J. D. 
Horner Bros. Co. 
Green-Hunt Co. 

Cotton Gins. 
Parham Ginning Co. 

Dentists. 
Davis, I. H. 
Henderson, L. V. 
Fort, C. D. H. 

Doctors. 
Booth, T. L. 
Hays. B. K. 
Booth, S. D. 
Watkins, G. S. 
Cannady, S. H. 
Daniel, N. C. 
Thomas, VV. N. 

Druggists. 
Lyon's Drug Store. 
Hall, J. G. 
Hamilton, R. L., Drug Co. 

Power and Light Companies. 
Carolina Power & Light Co. 
Oxford Water Co. 

Fruit Dealers. 
Dames & Cahoulas. 
Sizemore Bros. 
Taylor Bros. 
Hall, J. G. 
Thomas, L. 
Breedlove & McFarland. 

Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Mitchell, W. Z. 
Lyon-Winston Co. 
Horner Bros. Co. 

Fish and Oyster Dealers. 
Taylor Bros. 
Slaughter, S. L. 
Turner Bros. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Wood, J. Robert, 
tlpchurch Bros. 
Hughes-Smaw Co. 

Grocers. 
White, J. F., Co. (Wholesale). 
Hunt, D. C. (Wholesale). 
Medford, J. J. (Wholesale). 

Hardware Dealers. 
Oxford Hardware Co. 
Acme Hardware Co. 



Insurance Agents. 
Granville Real Estate Co. (Life and Fire). 
Roller, J. R., & Son Co. 
White, W. H. (Life). 
Fuller & Lyon (Fire). 

Jewelers. 
Oxford Jewelry Co. 

Grocers. Retail. 
Breedlove & McFarland. 
Taylor Bros. 
Thomas, L. 
Howell, J. E. 
Pitchford & Co. 
Fuller, J. W-, & Son. 
Montague, R. S. 
Sizemore, J. T. 

Lawyers. 
Hester, J. W. 
Royster, B. S. 
Hicks, A. A. 
Graham & Devin. 
Stem, T. G. 
Drummitt, D. G. 
Lanier, T. 
Lassiter, Ben. K. 

Lumber Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Ray, C. D. 
Moore Lumber Co. 
Cannady, W. E. 
Granville Lumber Co. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Oxford Cotton Mills. 
Taylor- Cannady Buggy Co. 
Oxford Buggy Co. 
Excelsior Seat Co. 
Oxford Wheel Co. (Buggy Wheels). 
Oxford Furniture Co. 
Oxford Orphan Asylum. 
Golden Belt Mfg. Co., L. B. Turner. 
Headeasy Co. 
Oxford Manufacturing Co. 

Paint and Oil Dealers. 

Oxford Hardware Co. 
Acme Hardware Co. 
Oxford Mfg. Co. 

Painters. 
Patterson, J. U. 
Poythress, J. T. 
Eatman, H. H. 

Produce Dealers. 
Medford. J. J. (Wholesale). 
Hunt, D. C. 
J. F. White Co. 

Plumbers. 
Oxford Plumbing Co. 

Photographers. 
Brinkley, J. D. 

Printing Offices. 
Granville Enterprise. 
Britt Printery. 
Oxford Orphan Asylum. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
ORPHAN'S FRIEND AND MASONIC 
JOURNAL (Weekly)— John Nichols, Editor. 

OXFORD PUBLIC LEDGER— (Semi-weekly) 
— J. T. Britt. Eduor. 

GRANVILLE ENTERPRISE (Weekly.) 

Real Estate Agents. 
Granville Real Estate and Trust Co. 
Granville Lumber Co. 
Howell. T. C. 

Merchants. 
Brooks, J. D. 
Paris Dry Goods Co. 
Sizemore, J. T. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Wood, J. Robert. 
Upchurch Bros. 



GRANVILLE— GREEN 



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GREEDMOOR. 

Incorporated in 1904. 

Population, 1910: 326. 

Value of real etsate. $124,131; value of per- 
sonal property, $56,98o. 

TAX RATE: 30 cents on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— John E. Hart. 

POSTMASTER— E. K. Morris. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— J. T. Curl. 

R. R. AGENT — J. T. Moss, Seaboard Air 
Line. 

MANAGERS TELEGRAPH— J. T. Moss, 
Western Union; D. L. Mangum, Soutliside 
Telephone Co. 

Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST — G. P. Harrell, Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 

CREEDMOOR HIGH SCHOOL— R. A. Pope, 
Principal. 

Banks and Bankers. 

THE CITIZENS BANK— H. D. Mangum, 
President; I. E. Harris, Cashier. 

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK— G. T. Sikes, 
Pres. ; W. B. Lasley, Cash. 

FARM INSURANCE AND TRUST CO.— S. 
C. Lyon, Pres.; J. E. Harris, Treas. 
Druggists. 

Garner Drug Store. 
Granville Pharmacy. 



General Merchants. 

Rogers. B. G. 
Creedmoor Supply Co. 
Lyon, S. C. 

Bazaar Dry Goods Co- 
Wagloff, Lyon & Co. 
Moss. A. B. 
Chappell, J. W. 
Chappell. J. T. 
Bullock, I. W., & Co. 
Cross. L. H. 
Longmire, L. H. 
Wagstaff, D. P.. & Co. 
Wa. staff & Thomasson. 
Allen-Lyon Co. 
Kirkkman, G. B. 
Cere, Otho, & Co. 
Granville Automobile Co. 
(i arner, W. R. 
Averett, W. H. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Central Hotel. 
Hotel Granville. 

Livery Stables. 
Winston, R. O. W. 
Chapell, J. W. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Creedmoor Brick & Lumber Co. 

Warehouses. 
Farmers Warehouse. 
Globe Warehouse. 
Star Warehouse. 

Printing OfAices. 
Creedmoor Publishing Co. 



GREENE COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT. SNOW HILL. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), 13,083. 

Formed in 1799. Named in honor of General Nathaniel Greene. 

AREA: 300 square miles. „„„,,.„ 

Value of real estate, $1,945,596; value of personal property, $l,608,15i. 

Property listed in 1914, by whites, $3.1S3.220; by negroes, $370,533. 

TAX RATE — County purposes, 19c. on the $100; special road 59c. 

County bonded debt, $26,000. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

East Carolina Railway, 9.63 miles, assessed value $ 26 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph *5o., assessed value 3 

Carolina Railroad, 7.00 miles, assessed value ^1 

Norfolk Southern Railroad. 8.04 miles, assessed value 104 

Southern Express Co. , assessed value 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 

Southern Investment Co., assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Co. , assessed value 

Pullman Co., assessed value ;•■■•, J 

East Carolina Electric & Realty Co. (Telephone), assessed value 1 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— February 22, June 21, December 20. 



358.00 
,471.00 
,000.00 
,440.00 
,654.00 
702.00 
454.00 
3S1.00 
,794.00 
.500.00 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— Geo. W. Hart, Snow 
Hill. 

SHERIFF— W. II. Williams, Snow Hill. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— H. L. Lassiter, 
Snow Hill. 

TREASURER— C. C. Sugg, Snow Hill. 

CORONER — Jas. H. Harper. Snow Hill. 

SURVEYOR— M. C. Lassiter, Snow Hill. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— W. B. Murphy, Snow 
Hill. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— J. E. Debnam. Snow 
Hill. 

SUPT. OF HOME: — Abner Aason, Snow Hill. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— L. V. Morrill, 
John Harvey, Snow Hill ; W. A. Darden, Ayden. 

COMMISSIONERS— J. C. Exum, (Chm'n), 
C. L. Hardy, Snow Hill ; J. J. Eason, Walston- 
burg; W. D. Cobb, Faro; T. E. Barrow, Farm- 
ville. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

SNOW HILL TOWNSHIP— J. T. Sugg, 
Snow Hill; Wyatt L. Lynch, Snow Hill. 

ORMONDS— E. D. Little, Snow Hill. 

OLDS— F. L. Rouse, Snow Hill; J. T. Dixon, 
Farmvllle; H. L. Wilkerson, Snow Hill. 

CARRS — .1. W. S. Beaman, Snow Hill. 

SPEIGHTS BRIDGE— John W. Wooten. 

BULL HEAD— S. W. Willoughley, J. E. 
Hales, Geo. W. West. 

SHIM''— J. J. Newsom, Britt Bed. 

JASON— Chas. Swinson. 

HOOKERTON— W. F. dinged. 

MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Hart, E. B., Snow 1111. Rfd. 

Sugg, James A.. Snow Hill, Rfd. 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

ORMONDSVILLE— HIGH— R. H. Tucker, 
Prin. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

West, Albert, Saratoga, Rfd. 



GREEN— GUILFORD 



MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Turnage & Ormond, 

Carr, Fred L. 

Hughes Bros. 

Smith, J. l). 

Mewborn, W. D., & Son. 

Mewborn, J. H. 

Mi wborn, J. L. 

Hooker, Alley. 

COTTON GINS. 
Harvey, John', Snow Hill. 
Hardy, C. L., Snow Hill. 
Aswell & Smith Ginnery, Snow Hill. 
Turnage & Ormond, Snow Hill. 
Mewborn, J. It. 
Taylor, Walter. 
Edwards, Daniel & Co. 
Overley, Geo.. Snow Hill. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Holliday, G. W., Snow Hill. 
Harper, Winie, Snow Hill. 
Hooten, Rosa, Snow Hill. 
.Matlock, It. J., Hookerton. 
Parker, Susie, Hookerton. 
Hill, Clevan, Snow Hill. 
Carraway. Bruce H., Snow Hill. 
Barber, Pearl, Snow Hill. 
Darden, Nancye, Ayden. 
Moye, Susie, Snow Hill. 
Lee, Maude, Snow Hill. 
Moseley, Janie, Farmville. 
Sums. Mary, Snow Hill. 
Skinner, Itosalie, Snow Hill. 
McKell, Leafty, Walstonburg. 
Cousins, Zelma. Walstonburg. 
Shirley, Lila., Mrs., Walstonburg. 
Aldridge, Fannie, Stantonsburg. 
Sumerlin, Dora, Statonsburg. 
Herring. Lillie, Snow Hill. 
Albritton, Madeline, Snow Hill. 
Marahrens, Lorna, Mrs., La Grange. 
Canady, Minnie May. 
Moseley, R. E., Mrs., Snow Hill. 
Morrill, Jennie B., Snow Hill. 
Exum, Estelle, Snow Hill. 
Williams, Mamie, Hookerton. 
Hatch, Nannie, Snow Hill. 
Barwiek, Ruth, Snow Hill. 
Edwards, Mary, Snow Hill. 
Stocks. Luby, Snow Hill. 
Moore, Ada, Snow Hill. 
Moore, Dora, Snow Hill. 
Ponder, E. L., Snow Hill. 
Leake, Alice, Farmville. 
Cox, Myrtie, Walstonburg. 
Spencer, Annie, Walstonburg. 
Strother, Flossie, Walstonburg. 
Mann, Triphenia, Walstonburg. 
Tilson, Sue, Snow Hill. 
Mewborn, Sue, Snow Hill. 
Sugg, Minnie, Snow Hill. 
Byran, Laura, Snow Hill. 
Wewborn, Rachel, La Grange, R. 2. 



SNOW HILL. 

Population, 1910: 650. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— J. P. Frizzelle. 
POSTMASTER— F. A. Mosley. 
R. R. AGENT— Will Edwards, C. R. R. 



Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST— C. 0. Durant, Pastor. 
BAPTIST—. 

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL— John Griffith, 
It. ('tor. 

Schools and Academies. 
MICH— G. W. Holliday. 

Banks AnC Bankers. 
SNOW HILL BANKING & TRUST CO.— G. 
A. Norwood, Pres. ; .1. T. Sugg, Cash. 
Doctors. 
Harper, J. H. 
Murphy, W. B. 
Whittington, W. W. 

Insurance Agent. 
Jordan, W. Jas. 
McGee, Geo. A. 
Debnon, J. E. 

Druggists. 
Harper, J. T. II.. & Co. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
STANDARD-LACONIC (Weekly)— J. E. Deb- 
nam. Editor. 

CAROLINA REPUBLICAN, (Semi-Monthly) 
W. J. Jordan, Editor. 

SQUARE DEAE (Weekly)— G. A. Jones, Edi- 
tor. 

General Merchandise. 
Exum, J., & Co. 
Edwards, J. A., Jr., & Sons. 
Corbett. J. C, & Son. 
Dixon Bros. Mercantile Co. (Inc.) 
Sauls, C. D. 
Harper, Dock. 
Carraway, W. T. 
Dixon-Hieks Hardware Co. 
Edwards Furniture Co. 
Pearson, M., & Son. 
Shelton, L. N. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Potter Hotel. 
Moses, Mrs. Lula. 

Livery Stables. 
Dail, Fred. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Moore, C. F. (Buggies, Wagons, etc.) 



HOOKERTON. 

Incorporated. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— W. F. Taylor. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— R. L. Rouse. 
I'OSTMASTER— W. O. Dixon. 

Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST— J. M. Bradley, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
ACADEMY— R. J. Mohloes. 

Doctors. 
Edwards, G. C. 
Carroll, John L., Hookerton. 

General Merchandise. 
Albritton, B. F. D., & Co. 
Dixon, W. O. 
Taylor, W. F., & Co. 
Edwards & Palmer. 
Smith, M. E. Millinery Co. 
Potter, L. M. Millinery. 
Ormond & Vause. 



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 Treasury and Prime Minister to Eng- 
land. 

AREA: 672 square miles. 

Property listed in 1914. by writes, $15,929,210; by negroes, $639,206. 

Property listed by corporations and banks, $3,636,302.00. 

NO. OF SCHOOLS: For whites, 89; for negroes, 32. 

TAX KATE — County purposes, 19c. on the $100; poll, $1.50 on each poll; school, 20c; roads 
and bridges, 23 l-3c. on the $100. 



GUILFORD COUNTY 



233 



Number miles 



PUBLIC ROADS: No. miles, 1,000. Worked under township superintendents, 
maoadam road 100. Two squads of convicts. 

RAILROAD. TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Liberty Telephone Co., assessed value $ r 9 ^-?? 

Gibsonville Telephone Co., assessed value 1 ...Ml. 00 

Atlantic and Yadkin Railway, 39.26 miles, assessed value 438.602.00 

Southern Railway, 26.30 miles, assessed value 1,028,858.56 

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 



Carolina & Yadkin River R. R. Co.. value 

Pullman Co., assessed value 

Southern Express Co.. assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Co., assessed value 

North Carolina Public Service Co.. assessed value 

Union Tank Line Co., assessed valjie 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Southeast Guilford Telephone Co., assessed value 

North . 

Fanners Telephone Co., assessed value 



State Telephone Co., assessed value 27, 

s Telephone Co., assessed value 

an Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 14.333.00 



5.908.00 
13,960.00 
15,316.00 
56,696.34 
233,180.00 
10,513.00 
173,389.00 
2,680 "i 
383.00 
400.00 



Americ..-. 

Postal Telerraph-Cable Co.. assessed value 

Good Will Telephone Co., assessed value 

Orinoco Telephone Co., assessed value 

Southern Power Co. , assessed value 

Ititeh Fork Telephone Co. , assessed value 

Pleasant Grove Telephone Co., assessed value 

Guilford Telephone Co. , assessed value 

Prospect Telephone Co. . assessed value 

Brown Summit Telephone Co., assessed value 

Sed^efleld Tel. Co., value ;■::,, 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— January 11 (civil), January 25, February 8 (civil) 
(civil) March 22 (civil), April 12 (civil), April 26, May 10 (civil), June 7 (civil), 
(civil). September 6 (civil), September 20, September 27 (civil), October 11, November 8 (civil), 
December 6 (civil), December 13, December 20 (civil). 



7.503.00 

575.00 

146.00 

91.897.00 

160.01) 

87.00 

2,000.00 

60.00 

O'.HI 1)11 
llMI.Mi 

March 8 
August 16 



' COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— M. W. Gain, Greens- 
uoro. 

DEPUTY CLERK— R. H. Wharton. Greens- 
l.oro. 

SHERIFF— D. B. Stafford, Greensboro. 

DKPUTY SHERIFF — J. H. Shaw, Greens- 
l.oro. _ 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— W. H. Rankin, 
Greensboro. 

DEPUTY REGISTER OF DEEDS— Roy H. 
Jones. 

TREASURER — G. H. McKinney, Greensboro. 

CORONER — Geo. L. Stansbury, Greensboro. 

SURVEYOR — J. R. Edmunds, Greensboro. 

AUDITOR— J. A. Davidson, Greensboro. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— Dr. W. M. Jones, 
Greensboro. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— Thos. R. Foust, 
Greensboro. 

SUPT. OF HOME — S. J. Scott, Greensboro. 

HOME OF CORRECTION— C. M. Glass. 
Supt., Greensboro. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— W. T. Whitsett, 
Whitsett; C. H. Ireland. Greensboro; J. C. 
Kennett, Pleasant Garden. 

COMMISSIONERS— W. C. Boren, (chmn.), 
l'omona; W. C. Jones, High Point; T. A. 
Wilson, Summerfleld; W. C. Tucker, Pleasant 
Garden; J. Al. Rankin, Proximity. Greensboro. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— T. C. Hoyle, 
(chm'n.), B. C. Sharpe, Greensboro; W. C. 
Jones. High Point. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP— Ike Thomas, 
Alfred Apple. 

ROCK CREEK— Berry Davidson, W. R. 
Zimmerman, W. H. McLean. Gibsonville. 

Git KEN— J. F .R. Clapp, Burlington, Frand 
Bailey. 

MADISON— J. R. Moore. J. H. Rudd. Brown 
Summit; J. F. Doggett. 

.1 FFFERSON — C. M. Pritchett, R. L. Davis, 
McLeansville; H. L. Cannon, Greensboro. R. 
F. D. 

MONROE — S. G. Lomax, Greensboro, R. 6; 
.1. L. Hawkins, Brown Summit. 



GILMER— J. E. McKnight. Root. E. Sims. 
G. T. Glascock, B. E. Jones, J. B. Minor, D. 
H. Collins, Greensboro. 

FKNTRESS— J. B. Wattin.Tton. Pleasant 
Garden: Chas. A. Schoffner, Climax. 

CENTRE GROVE— W. D. Clayton, Summer- 
fleld. 

MOREHEAD— W. S. Lyon, S. Mitchell, W. 
H. Williams, J. Grasty Fowler, E. F. Paschall. 
Greensboro. 

SUMNER — O. S. Short, Sam Davis, Greens- 
boro, R. 1 ; J. H. Johnson, Greensboro, Rfd. 

BRUCE— R. V. Harris, C. H. Wilson. John 
B. Ogburn, Summerfleld. 

CLAY— J. Frank Coble. Greensboro, R. 6; 
A. M. Hemphill, Julian: G. A. Garrett, Julian. 

FRIENDSHIP— A. T. Millis, Guilford Col- 
lege. 

JAMESTOWN— J. L. Coltrane. J. M. Davis, 
Jamestown. 

OAK RIDGE— Chas. Case, Oak Ridge; R. 
W. Jones, W. M. Brookbank, E. D. Morgan, 
Stokesdale. 

DEEP RIVER— E. B. Atkins, Kernersville, 
R. 2; J. M. Davis, Colfax; A. B. Dillon. 
High Point, Rfd. 

HIGH POINT— N. W. Beeson, Emory A. 
Hanner, Arthur Lyon, A. J. Dodameade, J. D. 
Suttonfleld, A. M. Idol, High Point 

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

WHITSETT INSTITUTE— W. T. Whitsett, 
Prin., Whitsett. 

GUILFORD COLLEGE— Lyndon Lewis 
Hobbs, Pres. . Guilford College. 

OAK RIDGE INSTITUTE— J. Allen Holt, 
Pres., T. E. Whitaker, Secretary and Treasurer. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

Knisbt, William 1'., While Oak. 
Norman, Geo. W. Pomona. 
Spoon, Arthur Ogburn, Revolution. 
Paddison, J. R., Kernersville. 
Armfleld, D. O., Jamestown. 
Fox, M. F., Guilford College. 
Reaves, J. T., Vandalla. 
Gray. Clalboni. Pleasant Garden. 
Gilmer, Chas.. McLeansville. 
Gordon, J. R., Jamestown. 
Davis, W. C, Summerfleld. 



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GtlLFORD COUNTY 



Fescue. J. E.. Jamestown. 

Dick. .1. v.. Gibsonvllle. 

Kemodle, G. W., Proximity. 

Wells. J. M. 

Willis. II.. Suramerfleld. 

Whitaker, H. E. 

Duncan. .1. F. 

Grayson, <'. s. 

Mult. W. T., McLeansville. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Proximity Mercantile Co., Proximity. 
Simpson. Henry C. , Mc.Uloo Heights, Greens- 
boro. 

White Oak Mills Store, White Oak. 

FLOUR, CORN AND FEED MILLS. 
Bardie, ,lno.. Brown Summit. 
Tate, Chas., Greensboro. 

SAW MILLS. 
Walker, E. W.. Brown Summit. 
Spencer & Coltrane, Brown Summit. Rfd. 
McCormack, .1. P., Brown Summit, Rfd. 
Weatherly, W. M., Greensboro, Rfd. 
Miller, R. B., Greensboro, Rfd. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Cansley, Isla, Brown Summit, Rfd. 
Boone, Sallie, Alternahard. 
Sockwell, Mammie, Gibsonvllle, R. 1. 
Pentriss, Lula, Gibsonville R. 1. 
Andrews, Emma. 

GorrelL Jennie, Gibsonville, R. 1. 
Coltrane, Isabel, Brown Summit. Rfd. 
Wathington, Blanche, Brown Summit, Rfd. 
Daughtry. E. L., Gibsonville. 
Poyntz, Minnie, Gibsonville. 
Turner, Lillian. Gibsonville. 
Allridge, Lillian, Gibsonville. 
Wagoner, Clee, Gibsonville. 
Brown, Elsie, Gibsonville. 
Joyner, J. H., Whitsett. 
Wheeler, Elizabeth, Whitett. 
Fitzgerald, O. P., Whitett. 
Lewellyn, Lelia, Liberty, R. 2. 
Clapp, Eugenia, Liberty, R. 2. 
Bowman, Grady, Liberty. R. 2. 
Pentriss, Sallie, Julia, R. 1. 
Foust, Abigail, Julian, R. 1. 
Thorn, Dora, Hartshorn, R. 1. 
Mendenhall, Dovie, Liberty, R. 2. 
Griffin, Mary, Liberty, R. 2. 
Michael, Hepsie, McLeansville, R. 1. 
Coltrane, Lucie, McLeansville, R. 1. 
Siles, S. T., Brown Summit, Rfd. 
Plunhett, Lucy, Brown Summit, Rfd. 
McKinney, Lelie, Brown Summit, Rfd. 
Webb, Hattie, Brown Summit, Rfd. 
Rankin, Annie Lee, Brown Summit, Rfd. 
I.iunum, Grace, Brown Summit, Rfd. 
Shepherd, Novelia, Greensboro, R. 2. 
Coble, May, Sedalia. 
Veasy, E. L., McLeansville. 
Hardin, Joanna, McLeansville. 
Otwell, Myrtle, McLeansville. 
Phillipple. Ethel, McLeansville, Rfd. 
Lineberry, Frances, Greensboro, R. 2. 
Kellum, Mary, Greensboro, R. 2. 
Gladstone, R. M., Greensboro, R. 6. 
Hockett, Lura, Greensboro, R. 6. 
Pritchett, Madge, Greensboro, R. 6. 
Lynch. Mrs. Emma. Greensboro, R. 6. 
Lewis, Dittie, Greensboro, R. 6. 
Shepherd, Roberta, Julian, R. 1. 
Shepherd, E. Joy, Julian. 
Hedgecock, Mamie, Julian, R. 1. 
Hedgecock, Vera, Julian, R. 1. 
Smith, Mary. Julian, R. 1. 
Xeece, W. R. F., Climax, R. 1. 
Neece, Vanner, Climax, R. 1. 
White, M. G., Brown Summit, Rfd. 
Fulton, Irene, Brown Summit, Rfd. 
Norton, Anna, Brown Summit, Rfd. 
McKinney, Russell, McLeansville, R. 1. 
Register, Mattie. Greensboro, R. 4. 
Moore, W. S., Mrs., Greensboro, R. 5. 
Lewellyn, Anna, Benaja, Rfd. 



Lambeth. Lera, Brown Summit. 

Neal, Cora, Greensboro, R. 5. 

McNeeley, Kate, Greensboro, R. 5. 

Cordon, E. T., Greensboro, R. 4 . 

Dixon, Nettie, Greensboro. 

Bain, Myrtle, Greensboro. 

lb stir, Aramirta, Greensboro. 

Sail, Kathleen, Greensboro. 

Stewart, Florence, Greensboro. 

MeNeely, Janet, Greensboro. 

Robinson, Janie, Greensboro. 

Suit, Clara, Greensboro. 

Michanz, Roche, Greensboro. 

Roberson, Blanche, Greensboro. 

Hudson, Glenn, Mrs., Greensboro. 

Hawkins, Annie, Greensboro. 

Lie, Annie, Greensboro. 

Preyer. Helen, Greensboro. 

Johnson, Fleida, Greensboro. 

Cole, Margaret, Greensboro. 

Greinsley, Alice, Greensboro. 

Gwaltney, Mllliam, Mrs., Greensboro. 

Joyner, Ruth, Greensboro. 

McNairy , Bessie, G reensboro. 

Patton, J. W., Greensboro. 

Jones, Estelle, Greensboro. 

Draughan, Mattie, Greensboro. 

Younts, W. E., Greensboro. 

Melvin, Berta, Greensboro. 

Donnell, Cora T., Greensboro. 

Long, Ethel, Greensboro. 

Hunter, Henry, Mrs., Greensboro.- 

Andrew, Fiossie, Greensboro, R. (j. 

Hodgin, Let, Mrs., Greensboro, R. 1. 

F'oust, F. L., Pleasant Garden. 

Mclntyre, Pleasant Garden. 

John, Cora, Pleasant Hill. 

Couch, Cora, Pleasant Garden. 

Hardin, Lucill, Pleasant Garden. 

Johnson, Clara, Pleasant Hill. 

Ankeney, J. V., Pleasant Garden. 

Pugh, Lillie, Climax. 

Rockett, Lillian P., Climax. 

Albright, Una, Greensboro, R. 1. 

Foglemau, H. P., Surnnierneld, R. 2. 

Scott, Salah, Summerneld, R. 2. 

Lambeth, Minnie, Greensboro, R. 6. 

Lambert, Vallie, Greensboro, R.5. 

Sellars, 1. N., Mrs., Brown Summit, R. 2. 

Martin, Vva, Greensboro, R. 3. 

Bailey, Ida C, Greensboro, R. 3. 

Boddie, Sallie, Greensboro. 

Marshall, Huldah, Greensboro. 

Brooks, Margarite, Greensboro. 

Fitzgerald, Greensboro, R. 3. 

Boren, Mamie, Pamona. 

Hunt, Florence, Greensboro. 

Matthews, Lillian, Greensboro. 

Kine, Katie, Greensboro, K. t>. 

Coble, Madge, Pomona. 

Land, Bettie Aiken, Greensboro. 

Case, Rosa, Guilford College, R. 2. 

Moore, Effie P., Mrs., Guilford College, R. 2. 

Todd, Eula, Greensboro. 

Barker, Gypsie, Greensboro. 

Cook, Mrs. M. P. 

Kenuett, Lucille, Greensboro. 

Norwood, Bessie, Greensboro, R. 3. 

Greene, Annie, Greensboro, R. 5. 

Shadford, Annie, Greensboro, R. 5. 

Carawan, Rosa, Greensboro, R. 5. 

Howard, Annie V., Greensboro, R. 1. 

Shelley, Lola E., Greensboro, R. 3. 

Reynolds, H. W., Greensboro, R: 1: 

Reynolds, F"annie, Mrs., Greensboro, R. 1. 

Vickhey, Maude, Greensboro, R. 1. 

F^utrell, Blanche, Greensboro, R. 3. 

Stone, Way land, Greensboro, R. 3. 

Short, Geo. A., Summerfield. 

Lecy, Beeman, Summerneld. 

Price, Jennie, Summerfield. 

Bruner, Mary, Summerfield. 



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Hogshead, Louise, Stokesdale. 
Denny, Julia, Stocksdale. 
Brookbank, William, Summerfleld. 
Morgan, Carrie, Guilford College, R. 2. 
Ward, Vera, Guilford College, R. 2. 
Frazier, Viola, Friendship. 
Sullivan, Etta Lee, Friendship. 
Fox, Mary W., Guilford College. 
Knight, Josie. Guilford College. 
Purdie, Joseph M., Guilford College. 
Davis, Margaret, Guilford College. 
Miller, Ida, Guilford College. 
Lasley, Fra, Guilford College. 
Crutchfleld, Mabel, Guilford College. 
Wall, Hettie, Guilford College, R. 1. 
Coltrane, E. J. Jamestown. 
Dixon. Alice, Jamestown. 
Mendanhall, Mary, Jamestown. 
Boone, Addie, Jamestown. 
Ridge, Ida, Jamestown. 
Henley, Lucy, Mrs. Jamestown. 
White, J. A., Jamestown. 
Daugherty, T. H., Jamestown. 
Sehaeffer, Grace, Jamestown. 
Mcndenhall, Gertrude. High Point, R. 3. 
Smathers, Jonnie, High Point. 
Chappell, Faith, Jamestown, R. 1. 
Hodgin, Linnie, Greensboro, R. 3. 
Goode, Chas. P., Oak Ridge. 
Merrinion, Mrs. Ella, Oak Ridge. 
Benbow, Mrs. Mattie, W., Oak Ridge. 
MeBane, Edgar H, Stocksdale. 
Burton, Francis, Stocksdale. 
Sharp, Lizzie, Stockdale. 
Gentry, J. C, Kernersville, R. 3. 
Miller, Minnie, Kernersville, R. 3. 
Friddle, D. L., Belew's Creek, Rfd. 
Hepler, Josie, Mrs., High Point, R. 1. 
Cornelius, Julia, Colfox. 
Cude, H. C, Colfax. 
Jackson, Mittie, Colfax. 
Pegg, Mary, Kernersville, R. 2. 
Pegg. Roella, High Point, R. 1. 
Horney, Fay, Kernersville, R. 1. 
McKaughan, Kernersville, R. 1. 
Wheeler, Ada., High Point, R. 1. 
Parish, Margaret, High Point, R. 2. 
Robinson, Florine, High Point, R. 2. 
Pike, J. W., Mrs., High Point. 
Fentriss, Estella. High Point. 
Miller, A. B., Mrs.. High Point. 
Dixon, A. G., Mrs., High Point. 
McDaniel, Lexie, High Point. 
Johnson, Katharine. High Point. 
Lamon, P. B., High Point, R. 5. 
Farlow, Gertrude, High Point, R. 5. 
Younts, Viola, High Point, R. 5. 
Farlow, E. E., High Point, R. 3. 
White, Marie, High Point. R. 3. 
Ellis, Majorie M., High Point, R. 3. 
Coltrane, Mamie C, High Point, R. 3. 
Ozment, Bertie, High Point. 



GREENSBORO. 

Population, 1910: 15,895. No. white polls, 
1,S00; No. colored polls, 340. 

Assessed value real estate and personal prop- 
erty, $10,500,000. 

TAX RATE: $1.30. 

Bonded debt, $940,000. 

Owns its own waterworks and sewer system, 
valued at $450,000. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR AND COMMISSIONER OF PUB- 
LIC ACCOUNTS AND FINANCE— Thos. J. 
Murphy. 

COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS— J. 
G. Foushee. 

COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC SAFETY— 
R. M. Rees. 



SUPERVISOR OF PARKS AND CEMETERY 
—J. W. Fry. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— I. B. Isley. 

CLERK— John s. Michaux. 

TREASURER— R. M. Rees. 

TAX COLLECTOR— T. J. Murphy, Commis- 
sioner of Public Accounts and Finanec. 

ATTORNEY— A. Wayland Cooke. 

SII'T. OF HEALTH— Dr. A. R. Wilson. 

HEALTH OFFICER— John W. Donovant. 

POSTMASTER— Robt. D. Douglas. 

JUDGE OF MUNICIPAL COURT— S. Glenn 
Brown. 

SOLICITOR— E. D. Kuykendall. 

COURT CLERK— E. L. Clar] 

INSPECTOR BUILDINGS— M. M. Boyles. 

KEEPER OF CEMETERY— Chas Hlatt. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— J. L. Mann. 

R. R. AGENT— C. A. Pamplin, Southern. 

EXPRESS AGENT— A. C. Williams, South- 
ern Express Co. 

TELEGRAPH MANAGERS— A. S. Nowell. 
W. U. ; T. S. Horry, Postal. 

Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— (First), J. Clyde Turner, Pastor; 
(Asheboro Street), R. P. Walker, Pastor; (For- 
est Avenue), R. G. Kendrick, Jr., Pastor; 
(Proximity), W. H. Eller, Pastor; (White Oak), 
W. H. Strickland, Pastor. 

CHRISTIAN— P. H. Fleming, Pastor. 

EPISCOPAL— R. E. Roe, Pastor. 

ST. MARY'S CHAPEL— J. D. Miller. Rector. 

ST. ANDREWS— J. D. Miller, Rector. 

MORAVIAN— Carleton E. White, Pastor. 

FIRST LUTHERAN— J. E. Shenk, Pastor. 

METHODIST PROTESTANT— R. M. An- 
drews, Pastor. 

METHODIST— Presiding Elder, J. H. Weaver: 
(Centenary), R. D. Sherrill; E. C. Glenn, 
Evangelist, W. O. Goode; (Walnut Street and 
Calloway Memorial) A. R. Bell; (West Greens- 
boro), P. E. Parker. 

PRESBYTERIAN— (First), Melton Clark, 
Pastor, (Westminister), C. E. Hodgin, Pastor; 
(Buffalo Church), J. W. Goodman. S. M. 
Rankin, M. M. Shields, J. H. Wilson Pastors, 
(Church of the Covenant), R. Murphy Williams, 
Pastor. 

CATHOLIC — Vincent Taylor, Pastor. 

REFORMED— Shuford Peeler, Pastor. 

FK1ENDS— F. E. Smith. 

JEWISH — Louis I. Eggleson. 

HOLINESS— Blum H. Vestal. 

Schools and Colleges. 

ASHEBORO STREET GRADED. 

NORMAL TRAINING. 

SPRING STREET HIGH. 

LEE STREET GRADED. 

LINDSAY STREET HIGH. 

LINDSAY STREET GRADED. 

FORBES STREET GRADED. 

DAVIE STREET GRADED. 

SIMPSON STREET GRADED. 

STATIC NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL COL- 
LEGE— J. I. Foust, Pres. 

GREENSBORO COLLEGE FOR WOMEN— S. 
B. Turrentine, Pres. 

GREENSBORO COMMERCIAL SCHOOL. 

STATE AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANI- 
CAL COLLEGE (col.)— James B. Dudley. 
Pres. 

MISS META BEALL'S KINDERGARTEN. 
Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Laidler Hotel. 

Hotel Clegg. 

Hotel Guilford. 

Hotel Hufflnes. 

Hnii] European. 

Hotel St;tr. 

Allen House. 

The Jefferson. 

McAdoo Hotel. 

Piedmont Hotel, (col.) 

White Onk Inn. 



i.l ILFOKD i ur.NTV 



Deaver, .Mrs. m. o. 
Albred, Mrs. Ora. 
Andrews, James L. 
lii Banner House. 
Bowman, .Mrs. Virginia A. 
Apple, .Mrs. Alice. 
Dick, Julius N. 
Atchison, Mrs. May F. 
Bogart, Mrs. H. M. 
Bogart, Mrs. C. B. 
Blondwood House. 
Burton, Ann. 
Bullock, S. i:. 
Carolina Hotel. 
Case. .Mrs. Louisa A. 
Currie, Mrs. Bertha. 
Clark, Mrs. Ida. 
Clary. Mis. Sallie A. 
Coleman. Mrs. Fannie A. 
Collins House. 
Cooper, W. N. 
Dick, Mrs. Lena A. 
Doak, Mrs. O. E. 
Dodanread, Mrs. Debbie A. 
Eeagle House. 
Epps, Hiram C. 
lenvll. Mrs. 
Gate City House. 
Grady, Jas. M. 
Griffin, 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, John P. 
Kirkman, Mrs. Isabella V. 
Phibbs, Dora A. 
Langston, Mrs. Jane E. 
Matthews, Mrs. C. J. 
McCollum, Thos. A. 
Moore, Mrs. Ora H. 
Moore, Mrs. R. A. 
Ridge, Mrs. Martha F. 
Patterson, Mrs. Louise A. 
Piedmont Hotel. 
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. 
Barton, Harry. 
Hughes, Raleigh James. 
Brewer, Wells L. 
Gambier, Richard. 
Hopkins, Jas. H. 

Auctioneers. 
England, R. L. 
Murchison, ,1. S. 
Phipps, Joe S. 
Shaw, J. H. 
Penny Bros. 

American Real Estate & Auction Co. 
Thomas Bros. Realty & Auction Co. 

Automobile Dealers. 
American Motor Co. 
Carolina Corbitt Co. 
Greensboro Motor Car Co. 
McGlamery-Markham Auto Co. 
Reitzel Auto Service Co. 
Ford Automobile Co. 
Folger Tire Co. 



Awnings and Tents. 

Baltic, C. W. 

HuntJey-Stockton-HiU Co. 

Greensboro Furniture Co. 

Bands and Orchestria. 

Hood's Orchestra. 

Barbers' Supplies. 

Barber Supply Co. 

BUI Posters. 

Dixie Advertising Co. 

Banks and Bankers. 

AMERICAN EXCHANGE NATIONAL— R. 
G. Vaughan, Pres. ; F. C. Boyles, Cash. 

GREENSBORO NATIONAL— Neil ElUngton, 
Pres. ; A. H. Alderman, Casb. 

GREENSBORO LOAN & TRUST CO.— J. W. 
Fry. Pres. ; W. E. Allen. Cash. 

BANK OF SOUTH GREENSBORO— E. P. 
Wharton. Pres.; E. L. Sides, Cash. 

TEXTILE BANK— (White Oak Mills.) 
Bakers. 

Clegg, Leonidas L. 

Northside Steam Bakery- 
Washington Steam Bakery. 

White Oak Mills Bakery. 

Brick Manufacturers. 

Alley, Geo. W. 

Cunningham Brick Co. 

Williams, Jas. G. 

Jennings, W. G., & Son. 

Smith, Jas. M. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

Dodson-Sills Co." 

Coble & Mebane. 

Fordham & Brown. 

Hendrix, J. M. 

Rieks-Donnell-Medearis Co. 

Thacker & Brockmann 

Donnell-Moore Co. 

Fordham, A. E. 

Crawford & Rees. 

Book Stores. 

Wills Book Store. 

Barker Bros. 

Union News Co. 

Greensboro Book. 

Smithdeal, L. A. 

Bowling Alleys. 

Webster's Bowling. 

Parlors. 

Clegg's Bowling Alley. 

Hotel Clegg. 

Y. M. C. A. 

Greensboro Country Club. 

Building and Loan Associations. 

Home Building & Loan Association. 

Greensboro Building and Loan Association. 

Gate City Building and* Loan Association. 

Pioneer Building & Loan Association (col.) 
Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 

Moorefield, J. R. 

Mason & Holt. 

Morrison Bros. 

Johnson, Bert. 

Clarida, Henry P. 

Garrett. Elmer E. 

Hudson Meat Market Co. 

Jeffreys, Marcellus. 

Murray, J. A. 

Olive, J. C. 

Parlor Meat Market. 

Schlosser & Son. 

South Greensboro Market. 

Wagstaff, Geo. W. 

Weisner, Augustus T. 

Johnson & Reives. 

Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 

Lewis, J.A& Sons. (Mfr. ) 

Newell, M. G. 

Oettinger Buggy Co. (Mfr.) 

Taylor & Hire. 

Townsend Buggy Co. 



GUILFORD COUNTY 


237 




Clubs. 


Cotton Brokers. 






Elks' Home. 


Latham, J. E., & Co. 






Merchants' & Manufacturers' Club. 


Coble, G. 0., & Co. 






Greensboro Country Club. 


Ellett, Frances M., Jr. 






Y. M. C. A. 


Hedspeth & Rucker. 






Commercial Organizations. 


Thompson, R. L. 
Hood, Frank M. 






Greensboro Merchants' Association. 


Robertson & Brandt. 






Chamber of Commerce. 


Crabtree, Thomas & Co. 






Central Carolina Fair Association. 


Minge & Company. 






N. C. Horticultural Society. 


Cotton Dealers. 






Commission Merchants. 


Latham, J. E., & Co 






Elmore-Maxwell Co. (Hay, Grain, etc.) 


Barrett, Frank II. 






Anderson, \V. I. 


Hedspeth & Rucker. 






Foster & Caviness. 
Greensboro Produce Co. 


Cotton Warehouses. 






Piedmont Produce Co. 


Greensboro Warehouse & Storage Co. 






Patteison Co. 


Ccal and Wood Dealers. 






Cone Export and Commission Co. 


Browne, Samuel. 






Cotton and Hosiery Mills. 


Fleming Bros. 






Proximity Manufacturing Co. 


Cunningham Bros. 






Revolution Cotton Mills. 


Arctic Ice & Coal Co. 






White Oak Cotton Mills. 


Fogleman, Chas. J. 






Pomona Cotton Mills. 


Guilford Coal & Wood Co. 






Confectionery Dealers. 


Peoples Ice & Cold Storage Co. 
Wilkerson, Chas. B. 






Allsbrook, Kindred. 


Melvin. Robt. H. 






Duggins, McCoy. 


Dairies 






Erwin, John L. 


Cloverdale. 






Hanner, John A. 


Lookout. 






Maddox, Starke. 


Johnson, B. 






West. James H. 


Mile Run. 






Smith & Smith. 


A. & M. 






Styers, Peter. 
Winchester, Samuel H. 


Decorators. 






Gardner. Howard. 


Andrews, R. E. 






Greensboro Drug Co. 


Golden, E. D. 






Fariss-Klutz Drug Co. 


Leak, J. N. 






Grissom, C, Co. 
Boyst, C. H. (Mfr.) 


Dry Goods and Notions. 






Ballance & Co. (Mfr.) 


Scott, J. W. (Wholesale). 
Brown-Belk Bros. 






Contractors and Builders. 


Ellis-Stone & Co. 






Allred. R. L. 


Meyers Department Store. 






Dean. N. H. 


Gilmer, S. L. 






Elliott. Robt. W. 


Blackmon, G. F. 






Enoch, W. B. 


Coble, H. M., & Co. 






Swaim, John A. 


Hendrix, J. M., & Co. 






Bain, J. W. 


Thacker & Brockman. 






Brooks, Andrew F. 


Sapp, A. V. 






Coltrane. John. 








Crouse. Jas. L. 
Boycott, O. D. 
Browne, Samuel. 


Fruit Dealers. 

Foster-Moffltt Co. 
Anderson, W. I., & Co. 






Clapp, William A 
Fields, William S. 


Jennings, C. W., & Sons. 
Forsythe, A. C. 






Fries, William A. 


Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 






Hanne^ Solomon E. 


Armour Fertilizer Co. 






Husband, Joseph. 


Fulton. Jas. F. 






Jones, Judson B. 


Carolina Warehouse Co. (Inc). 






McClamrock, John. 
Morris, J. C. 


Electrical Supplies and Contracting. 






Pleasants, William R. 
Roles, Marshall. 
Sullivan, John L. 


Griffin, J. L., & Co. 

Milton, R. H. 

Hunt Electric and Repair Co. 






Summers, Nathan L. 


Florists. 






Waynick. Joshua J. 


Van Lindley, J., Nursery Co. 






Holliday & Crouse. 


Summit Avenue Green House. 






Contractors. 

Albright, J. Ed (Sewer and Water.) 
Thompson & Moseley (Engineering.) 
Pleasants, W. N. (Brick.) 
Brown, C. F. (Cncrete. ) 


Todd. Geo. M. 
Todd, G. L. (Wholesale). 
Gardner, Howard. 
O'Connor, Mrs. 
Greensboro Floral Co. 






MacKenzie, Burt (Heating). 


Fish and Oyster Dealers. 






Hobbs, John M. (Concrete). 


Morrison Bros. 






Hobbs, William J. (Gradings). 


Robinson, Rickard. 






Abbott, Jas. C. 


Hudson Meat Market. 






Chisholm & Heck (Concrete). 


Schlosser Bros. 






Boycott, O. D. (Concrete). 


Clarida, H. P. 






Carolina Cornice and Skylight Co. 


Olive, J. C. 






Greensboro Roofing Co. 


South Greensboro Market. 







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GUILFORD COUNTY 



Foundries and Iron Works. 

Clymer Machine Co. 

Cook- Lewis Foundry Co. 
Sergeant Manufacturing Co. 
Glascock stow & Mfg Co. 
Newman Machine Co. 
Wysong & Miles Co. 

Fire Insurance Companies. 
Dixie Fire Insurance Co. of Greensboro. 
Underwriters of c.reensboro. 
Southern Underwriters of Greensboro. 
Southern Stock of Greensboro. 

Furniture Factory Machinery. 
Wysong & Miles Co. 
Newman Machine Co. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Andrews, Nalhan D. 
Bloxton, J. W., & Co. 
Forbiss, ClTas. O. 
Goldstein. lac. 
Greensboro Furn. Co. 
McDuffie, N. J. 
Burtner Furniture Co. 
Huntley-Stockton-Hiil Co. 
Medearis-Feebles Furniture Co. 
South Side Trade & Bargain Store. 
Stove Exchange & Furniture. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 
Blaustein. I. L. 
Crawford & Rees. 
Globe Clothing Co. 
Fleisher Bros. 

Stockard & Wirabish, (Inc). 
Isaacson, Isaac. 
Brown-Belk Bros. Co. 
Marks. David. 
Johnson. Hinkle & Co. 
Simpson, Henry C. 
Stadiera. B.. & Son. 
Stadiem, David. 
Walker. T. A., Tailoring Co. 
Vanstory Clothing Co. 
Wallace Clothing Co. 
Lesser. M. A. 
United States Woolen Mills. 

Department Stores. 
Fllis-Stone Co. 
Brown-Belk Bros. 
Meyers Department Store. 
Sapp, A.. V. 

Dentists. 
Betts. Joseph S. 
Griffith, John W. 
Humphrey, Lyndon M. 
Johnson. Arthur H. 
Lipscomb. Chas. T. 
Rowe. Walter W. 
Wheeler, John H. 
Walters. D. A. 
Keniodle. J. F. 
Wyche. J. E. 
Whitsett. Geo. W. 
Hartsell. W. K. 
Coble. L. G. 
Rivera, A. M. 

Druggists. 
Herndon's Pharmacy. 
Asheboro Street Pharmacy. 
Justice Drug Co. (Wholesale). 
Conyers' Drug Store. 
Fariss-Klutz Co. 
Five Points Drug Store. 
Fordham's Drug Store. 
Howard Gardner Drug Co. 
Greensboro Drug Co. 
Conyers & Sykes. 
Grissom Drug Co. 
Mcllhenny, T. C. 
Revolution Pharmacy. 
Still Drug Co. 



(Osteopath.) 



C. (Osteopath). 
(Stomach). 



Sykes Drug Co 
Maddox. S. M., & Co. 
West End Drug Store. 
White Drug Co. 

Doctors. 

Alford. Alexander K. B. 

Banner, Chas. W. (Eye, Ear, etc 

Battle, J. T. J. 

Best, Benj. W. • 

Brooks, Zachary T. 

Boyles, J. Henry. 

Beall, Win. 1'. 

Bowman, norland P. 

Braddy, Wade H. 

Crutchfleld, Wm. E 

Cole. W. F. 

Dees & Dees. 

Dodson, Henry F. 

Fields, Branch F. 

Fortune. Alexander F. 

Glascock, Mrs. Joy Harris 

Hilton, J. J. 

Hiatt, F. C. 

Jarboe, Parran. 

Knight, W. P. 

Moore, Chas. E. 

Ledbetter, Arthur E. 

Long. John Wesley (Surgeon). 

Mendows, Washington J. 

Michaux, E. R. 

Miles. Miss May S. 

Montgomery, John 

Mosley, Chas. W. 

Harrison, Edmund. 

Norman, Geo. W. 

Ogburn, Herbert H. 

Pctree, Aurelius L. 

Reaves. Perry W. 

Richardson, William J. 

Rieves, Jas. T. 

Roberson, Chas. 

Scoonover, Robt. A. 

Turner. J. Pinkney. 

Williams, Buxton B. 

Wilson, Arthur R. 

Bowman, Harlan P. 

Tankersley, James W. 

Williams, John A. 

Williams, B. B. 

Carlson. C. I.. (Swedish Masseur) 

Dees, Ralph E. 

Ashworth. W. C. 

Boyles, J. Henry. 

Gill am, B. Utcher. 

Spoon, A. O. 

Took, Thos. (St. Leo's). 

Grocers. 

Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. 
Adams. M. J. 
Alston & Brown. 
Andrews, Wm. IT. 
Atkins, Chas. R. 
Bennett, Wm. P. S. 
A 11 red, D. E. 
Bennett, Thos. M. 
Bowles, Robt. 
Causey, A. E. 
Causey, T. F. 
Chrismon, J. R., & Bro. 

Cecil, Edward. 
Coble, J. A.. & Son. 
Cockman. Isham B. 
Cook, Thos. E. 
Dodson, Peter S. 
Duggins, Cary L. 
Field, F. M. 
Fields, Herbert P. 
Foster, Pearce P. 
Grantham. Murray F. 
Helper Bros. 
Hiatt. R. G., & Co. 
Hodccin, Co.. The. 



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239 



Fields, Wm. B. 


McNary & Scott. 


Hinton, Chester A. 


Noah, Z. E., & Bro. 


Hobbs, Ernest D. 


Norwood, Jesse W. 


Hodgin & Co. 


Ozment, Edgar N. 


Hogshead. Watson. 


Paschal, E. F. 


Hooper, J. L. 


Paschal, Norman W. 


Hudson Grocery Co. 


Patterson Bros., Inc. 


Gabrill, Mrs. Euna S. 


Pearce, Oscar F. 


Gant, Miss Lillie P. 


Phillips & Cox. 


Hudson Grocery Co. 


Pike, J. Gurney. 


Ingold, W. A. 


Pretzelder, Moritz. 


Jackson, Geo. W. 


Regan, John W. 


Jenkins, Wm. R. 


Reynolds. N. S., & Son. 


Jeffreys, M. S. 


Rieves, John J. 


Jennings, J. W., & Son. 


Robbins, J. E. & Sons. 


King, W. H. 


Scott Bros. 


Ladd & Fulton. 


Self, Jas. W. 


Lambert, Jas. T. 


Sharp, Jas. M. 


Low. J. H. & W. F. 


Shaw. Chas. S. 


Mills, Geo. W. 


Shields, Alexander E. 


McClintock. Geo. W. 
McGibboney & Rei4- 
Marsh, Robt. 
Mile Run Grocery Co. 


Snyder, Thos. A. 
Stienberg, Abraham. 
Stephenson, David M. 
Trent, Samuel W. 
White, John C. 


Musgrove, R. L. 


Whiting Bros. 


Mitchell Bros. 


Waynick & Turner. 


Morrison Bros. 


Waynick, John C. 


Morris, S. S. 


Younts Grocery Co. 


Nanty, L. I. 
Ozment, E. I. 
Oyment & Bennett. 


Grocers, Wholesale. 
American Commission Co., Inc. 
Anderson, W. I., & Co. 


Padgett, Harvey R. 
Palmer, Samuel. 


Hobbs, Frank P. 
Jones, J. W., & Co. 


Patterson Bros. 


McLamb, Geo. T. 


Pearce. Oscar F. 


Patterson Co., The. 


Phillips, Geo. D. 


Scott, Sparger Co., The, Inc. 


Phillips & Cox. 


Smitherman Co., The, Inc. 


Pickett, W. F.. & Co 


Hardware Dealers. 


Pickard, W. M., & Co. 


Beall Hardware & Implement Co. 


Prince, Jas. H. 


Greensboro Hardware Co. 


Pugh, Chas. E. 


Guilford Hardware Co. 


Purvis, Wm. E. 


Hannah & McCuiston. 


Rivers, Benj. 


Odell Hardware Co. 


Ralls & Pritchett. 


South Side Hardware Co. 


Scott, C. & Co. 


Hospitals. 


Simpson, Henry C. 


Keeley Institute. 


Smith, Chas. P. 


St. Leo's. 


Sockwell, W. T. 


Reaves Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat Infirmary. 


Spencer. R. E. 


Telfair Sanatarium. 


Staton. William M. 


Williams Sanatarium. 


Sullivan, John A. 


Insurance Agents. 


Susman, Jacob. 


Clement, Paul. 


Summit Avenue Grocery Co. 


Miller, Robbins & Weill, (General and Bonds, 


Taylor, Geo. H. 


Life and Accident.) 


Tesh, Edward F. 


Gilmer, John A. 


Thomas, Geo. E. 


Feller. A. W. 


Troxler Bros. 


Carolina Real Estate & Investment Co. 


Tucker & Erwin. 


Greensboro Commercial & Savings Bank, 


Walker. Benj. G. 


(Fire). 
Merrimon, W. B. 


Weaver, W. D. 


Horry, D. R. 


Waugh, Peter W. 


Morton, F. P. 


White Oak Store. 


Royster & Fisher, (Life, K. of P.) 


White, John H., & Co. 


Greensboro Loan & Trust Co. (Life). 


Whittington Bros. 


Murray, Robt. W., (Fire). 


Whittiftgton. John C. 


Perkins, A. R. 


Wray, Hen it P. 


South Greensboro Insurance & Real Estate 


Sockwell, John E. 


Co., (Fire). 


Wyrick. John C. 


Southern Real Estate Co., (Fire). 


The Patterson Co. (Wholesale). 


Stroudwick, F. N.. Jr. 


Jones. J. W., & Co. (Wholesale). 


Tate, Thos. H., (Fire). 


McLamb, Geo. T. (Wholesale). 


Thompson, A. 


American Commission Co. (Wholesale). 


Aetna-Dixon Fire Insurance Co., (Accident). 


Scott-Sparger Co. (Wholesale). 


Fidelity & Casualty Co., (Accident). 


Hooks, Wm. G. 


Clary, Whitfield S., (Fire). 


Howard, Henry M. 


Insurance Companies, (Life). 


Hudson, Levi S. 


Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Co. 


Huffines, Chas. A. 


Gate City Mutual Life and Health Co. 


Huffman, John. 


Jewelers. 


Ingold, Wm. A. 


Bernau, Rudolf C. 


Jeffreys, Marcellus S. 


Neese, William T. 


Lockaway, Jas. C. 


Pegg, William L. 


Lowe, Chas. P. 


Schiffman Jewelry Co. 



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Laundries, 
ibia Laundry. 
Dick's Laundry. 
Dor Sam. 
Lee, Henry. 
Brill's Steam Dye Works. 

Lawyers. 
Adams, Spencer B. 
Barringer, Jno. A. 
i: .ill. Thos. S. 
Brooks, A. L. 
Byrd, \V. B. 
Herbin, L. 
Bynum, \V. P. 
I ure, N. L. 
Harrison, Roger W. 
Hobgood, Frank P. 
Hoyle, Thos. C. 
Kuykendall, E. D. 
Brown, S. Glenn. 
Murphy, T. J. 
Wright. Clem G. 
Patton, Geo. M. 

Shaw. T. J. (Judge 12th Judical District.) 
Stern, David. 
Fentress, Baxter Lee. 
Strudwick, Robert C. 
Frazier, C. Clifford. 
Scales, J. I. 
King, R. R. 
Kimball, A. B. 
Ferguson, G. S., Jr. 
Wilson, J. N. 
Duncan, J. S. 
Douglas, R. M. 
Douglas, Martin. 
Mitchell, Geo. H. (Col). 
Douglas, R. D. 
Morehead, J. T. 
Morehead, J. T., Jr. 
Cooke, A. Wayland. 
Sherrod, W. J. 
Shuping, C. L. 
llines. C. A. 
Wylie, A. S. 
Herbin, L. 
Btedman, C. M. 
Justice, E. J. 
Broadhurst, E. D. 
Sapp. O. L. 
Williams, S. Clay. 
Swift, W. H. 

Livery and Sales Stables. 
Coble & Starr. 
Fentress, Jule W. 
Fleming Bros. 
Hearn, John T. 

Kini;-Stewart Livery and Sales Co. 
Miles, G. S., & Co. 
Ogburn W. C. 
Tatum, H. B. 
Taylor & Hire. 
White, E. E. 

Marble Works. 
Knight, J. W., & Son. 
Neese, J. Henry. 
Rowe & Roach. 
Guilford Marble & Granite Works. 

Machinery Dealers. 
Greensboro Supply Co. 
Odell Hardware Co. 
Prtchett Machinery Co. 
Newman Machine Co. 
Wysong-Miles Co. 
Greensboro Supply Co. 
Clymer Machine Co. 

Manufacturing Plants. 

Proximity Manufacturing Co. (Cotton.) 
Brooks Manufacturing Co. (Lumber.) 
Cape Fear Manufacturing Co. (Lumber.) 
Newman Machine Co. (Machinery. 
Glasscock Stove & Manufacturing Co. 
Clymer Machine Co. (Machinery'.) 



Co. (Iron). 
Manufacturing 



Co. 



(Machinery, Wood- 



(Plug Tobacco). 



Ballance & Co. (Candy). 

Palace of Sweets. (Candy.) 

Greensboro Chero-Cola Bottling Co. 

Internationa] Machinery Co. 

Gate City Candy Co. (Candy). 

Sterling Furniture Co. (Furniture). 

White Oak Cotton Mills. (Denim.) 

Ki polul ion i "i ton Mills. 

Pomona Mills, (Inc). 

Go Crease Co. (Goose Grease). 

Greensboro Coca-Cola Bottling Co. ( Distri- 
l-utiii; Point for N. C. Coca-Cola.) 

Caviness Mattress Co. 

( i inn, Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works. 

Groome Broom Co., (Brooms). 

Blue Bell Overall Co. 

Lewis, J., & Sons. (Buggies and Wagons). 

N. C. Public Service Co. (Electric Light, Gas 
and Trolley Line). 

Standard Table Co. (Tables). 

Vlekery, A. W., & Co. (Hardwood Factory). 

Watson, W. A.. & Co. (Flour). 

Pomona Terra-Cotta Co. (Tcrra-Cotta, Sewer 
Pipes, etc.) 

Melton-Rhodes Co. (Office Supplies.) 

Thompson & Sons (Shoes). 

Dicks Shoe Shop. 

Gaulden, (!. S. (Harness). 

Dixie Culvert & Metal Co. (Metal Culverts). 

Acme Mill Works. (Mill and other Machin- 
ery). 

Vick Chemical Co. 

Seargeant Manufacturing 

Dixie Laundry Machine 
(Laundry Machinery). 

Wysong & Miles Co. 
working). 

Seidenberg & Co. 

Stafford, E. J., & A. G. 

Clegg, W. F. (Cigars}. 

Southern Power Co. 

Auxiliary .Steam Plant (Electricity). 

Eureka Mattress Co. 

Greensboro Bedding Co. 

Melton -Rhodes Co. (Office Furniture.) 

Armour Fertilizer Works. 

Mantels and Grates. 

Odell Hardware Co. 

Southsde Mantel Co. 

Burtner Furniture Co. 

Newspapers and Edi'ors. 

APOSTOLIC MESSENGER (Semi-Monthly) 
— W. R. Cox. Editor. 

DA1L RECORD— J. M. Reece, Editor. 

EVERYTHING (Weekly)— A. Fairbrother, 
Editor. 

PATRIOT (Weekly)— W. 1. Underwood, Edi- 
tor. 

GREENSBORO DAILY NEWS— W. A. Hil- 
derbrand. Editor. 

LABOR NEWS (Weekly)— A. J. Williams. 
Editor. 

N. C. CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE (Weekly)— 
H. M. Blair, Editor. 

N. C. WHITE RIBBON (Monthly)— Mrs. El- 
len J. Y. Preyer, Editor. 

M. PROTESTANT HERALD (Weekly) —J. 
F. McCullock, Editor. 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY RECORD (Month- 
ly)— Mrs. J. F. McCullock, Editor. 

STATE NORMAL MAGAZINE (Bi-Monthly) 
— Students. 

Notary Publics. 

Callahan. John W. 

Coble, H. L. 

Davis Jas. H. 

Fentress, B. L. 

Gilmer, John A. 

Glenn, Robt. G. 

Harrison. R. W. 

Hines, Chas. A. 

Hoyle, Thos. C. 

Hunt, Oscar M. 



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241 



Kerr. Samuel A. 
King. R. R., Jr. 
MaeCallum, Graham B. 
Merrimon, Wm. B. 
Mitchell, S. S. 
Paschal, E. F. 

Paint and Oil Dealers. 
Greensboro Hardware Co. 
Leak-JHaUaday Co. 
Odell Hardware Co. 

Painters. 
Cone Sign Works. 
McFarland. \V. O. 
Andrews, Robt. E. 
Bavham, Jas. T. 
Brewer, Ell R. 
Golden, Eugene D. 
Proctor, T. G. 

Produce Dealers. 
Anderson, W. I. Co. 
Forsyth, C. Alexander. 
Patterson Co. 

Plumbers. 
Adams & Hunt. 
Albright, J. Ed. 
Battle, C. W., & Co. 
Donaldson, W. P. 
Pettit, Obie A. 
Beasley, W. C. 

Piano and Organ Dealers. 
Cable Piano Co. 

Cheek-Houston Piano and Organ Co. 
Hodgin, John A., & Co. 

Photographers. 
Davenport Studio. 
Entsler's Studio. 
Cook's Studio. 
Cute Studio. 
Hanes, L. Francis. 
Moose & Son. 
Alderman, S. L. 

Printing Offices. 

Apostolic Messenger Pub. Co. 
Board of Publication, Western N. C. Con- 
ference. 
Greensboro Printing Co. 
Harrison Printing Co. 
Kendall & Fisher. 
Pierce, J. C, Printing Co. 
Reece, J. M., & Co. 
Stone, J. J. 

Everything Publishing Co. 
Pierce Stamp Works (Rubber Stamps.) 

Tobacco Dealers. 
King Bros. 
Penn, Thos. J. 
Stafford, E. J., & E. G. 
Clegg, W. F. 
Rees, John. 

Power and Light Companies. 
North Carolina Public Service Co. 
Southern Power Co. 

Real Estate Agents. 
American Realty & Auction Co. 
Andrews, E. M. 
Brown Real Estate Co. 
Hodgin, John A. 
Jennings, Roger A. 
Jordan, Jas. F. 
North Carolina Trust Co. 
Ogburn Bros. Realty Co. 
Penny Bros. 

Southern Real Estate Co. 
Southern Realty & Auction Co. 
Thomas Bros. Realty & Auction Co. 
Vanstory & Balsley. 
Carolina Real Estate & Investment Co. 
Daniel, Garland. 

Greensboro Real Estate Exchange. 
■Guilford Insurance & Realty Co. 
Home Real Estate Co. 



GIBSONVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1872. 

Population, 1910: White, 1,200; colored, 100; 
total, 1.300. 

Value real estate and personal property, $300,- 
000. 

TAX RATE — 25e. on the $100 and $1 on the 
poll. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— D. M. Davidson. 
POSTMASTER— M. L. Fogleman. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— A. D. May. 
R. R. AGENT — J. E. Smith, Southern. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— D. M. Davidson. 
TELEPHONE MANAGER— D. M. Davidson, 
Gibsonville Tel. Co. 

Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST PROTESTANT— J. W. Selp. 
Pastor. 

LUTHERAN— E. F. Sox, Pastor; S. F. Mar- 
ton. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— P. S. Gassper. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF GIBSONVILLE— J. W. Boring, 
Cash. 

Doctors. 
Jordan, G. E. 
Dick. J. V. 

Druggists. 
Gibsonville Drug Co. 

General Merchandise. 
Somers Bros. 
Gibsonville Store Co. 
Burk, J. W., & Co. 
Cobb, W. R. 

Flour, Corn and Feed Mills. 
Huff, Mrs. S. A. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Gibsonville Hardware Co. 

Cotton Mills. 
Minneola Manufacturing Co. 
Gem Cotton Mills. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Brewer, L. B. 
Whitsell, John L. 

Grocers. 
Shaffner, R. D. 
Jones &' Allen. 

Livery Stables. 
Pettigrew, James J. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Overman Chair Manufactory. 
Gibsonville Knitting Mill. 

Blacksmiths. 
Wagoner, W. 
Apple, John. 

HIGH POINT. 

Population. 1914: 12,500. 

No. white polls, 1,623; No. colored polls, 450. 

Value real estate, $5,000,000; value personal 
property, $2,900,000. 

TAX RATE: $1.40 on the $100 including 
school. 

Bonded debt, $475,000. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— Fred N. Tate. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— E. A. McGhee. 

CLERK — Hunter Seclnest. 

TREASURER— Ed. L. Ragan. 

TAX COLLECTOR— II. C. Field. 

STANDARD-KEEPER— J. M. Sechrest. 

POSTMASTER— W. G. Bradshaw. , 

R. R. AGENT— S. O. Schaub, Southern. 

TELEGRAPH MANAGER— J. S. Cannon, 
Carolina & Y. R. R. Co. 

TELEPHONE MANAGER— T. A. Morris. 



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Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— A. W. Claxon, J. M. llillard. 
Pastors. 

EPISCOPAL— Kev, Hardin, Rector. 
LUTHERAN— Rev. Brown, Pastor. 
METHODIST- G. T. Rowe, H. C. Byrum, 
Pastors. 

METHODIST PROTESTANT— A. G. Dixon, 
Pastor. 
FRIENDS— J. G. McFarland, l'astor. 
PRESBYTERIAN— J. S. Coble. Pastor. 
CATHOLIC— Father Gregory, l'astor. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— Thoniwcll Mayors, Supt. 
Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Elwood Hotel. 
Payne Housi 
Imperial Hotel. 
Schaub House. 
Davis House. 
Allen House. 

Banks and Bankers. 
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK— J. El- 
wood Cox, Pres. ; V. A. .T. Idol, Cash. 

HOME BANKING COMPANY— T. F. Wrenn, 
Pres. : M. C. Crowson, Cash. 

BANK OK COMMERCE— O. E. Kearns, Pres. ; 
H. A. Millls. Cash. 

WACHOVIA LOAN & TRUST CO.— P. H. 
Fries. Pres. ; Chase Idol, Cash. 

HIGH POINT SAVINGS & TRUST CO.— E. 
L. Ragan, Treas. 

Brick Manufacturers. 
Glenola Brick Co. 
Jenning, W. G., & Sons. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
Th acker. 

Blair-Hoskins Co. 
C. & M. Shoe Co. 

Book Stores. 
Jarrett Stationery Co. 
Moore, E. E. 

Butchers and Dealers In Cattle. 
Gray, R. YV. 
Star Market. 
Ingram. E. K. 

Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 
High Point Buggy Co. 
Southern Buggy Co. 

Clubs. 
Manufacturers' Club. 
Industrial Club. 

Commission Merchants. 
Paylor, J. D. 

Cotton and Hosiery Mills. 
Durham Mill No. 2. 
High Point Hosiery Mills. 
Piedmont Hosiery Mills. 
Pomona Cotton Mills. 
Piedmont Mills. 
Ebony Mills Co. 

Confectionery Dealers. 
The Candy Kitchen. 
Johnson, P. 11. 
Idol, V. W., & Co. 
Montgomery, M. 
Rogers' Ice Cream Parlor. 

Con'ractors 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 and Fuel Co. 
Kirkman, O. A. 
Sunny Side Ice & Coal Co. 

Manufacturers' Club 
J. E. Marsh, Pres. ; J. W. Harris, Vice-Pres. ; 
C. F. Tomlinson, Sec. -Treas. 

Building and Loan Association. 
High Point Perpetual. 
Piedmont B. & L. 



Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 
Blair-Hoskins Co. 
Cannon .^ Fetzer Co. 

Harris, H., & Bro. 
Silver, N. II. 
Mattocks, C. B. 

Department Stores. 
Mattocks, C. B. 
Allen Pros. 
Dixie Co. 

Wood, Ceo. T., Co. 
Fair. The. 
Famous, The. 

Dentists. 
Pitts, H. C. 
Claytor, W. F. 
McManns, W. E. 
Hayes, Wm. 
Frazier, A. E. 

Druggists. 
Ring Drug Co. 
Matton Drug Co. 
Mann Drug Co. 
Green Drug Co. 
Hart, J. A., Drug Co. 

Doctors. 
Stanton, D. A. 
Turner, J. A. 
Duncan, G. F. 
Burrus, J. T. 
Grayson, C. E. 
McAnally, W. J. 
Jones, William. 
Gerron, G. E. 
Williams, Dr. 
Mendez, Dr. 
Hiatt. H. B. 
Taylor, F. R. 
Galey, D. 
Reitzel, C. E. 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
Allen Bros. 
Newlin-Brooks Co. 
Moffltt. H. A. 
Clinard, J. A. 
Alexander & Co. 
Moffitt, Furniture Co. 
Kirkman, W. T.. & Co. 

Leonard-Beavans Co. 

Power and Light Companies 
N. C. Public Service Co. 

Wholesale Fruit Dealers. 
High Point Grocery Co. 
Lexington Grocery Co. 

Fish and Oyster Dealers. 
Gray, R. W. 

Star Market. 

Bennett, J. T. 

Gurley, D. S. 

Ingram, E. K. 

Foundries and Iron Works. 

Central Foundry and Machine Co. 

Peerless Machine Co. 

Southern Machine Works. 

Furniture Dealers. 

Peoples House Furnishing Co. 

Home Furniture Co. 

Amos Furniture Co. 

Grocers. 

Johnson, P. H. 

Idol. V. W., & Co. 

Siceloff, C. E. 

Hedrick, J. W., & Co. 

Kinley, J. W. 

Brockett & Son (Wholesale.) 

Moffltt Grocery Co. (Wholesale.) 

Piedmont Grocery Co. (Wholesale. ) 

Morris & Co. 

Levene & Co. 

Hardware Dealers. 

High Point Hardware Co. 

Beeson Hardware Co. 

Hospitals. 

High Point Hospital. 



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243 



Insurance Agents. 
High Point Savings & Trust Co. (Fire.) 
Wachovia Loan & Trust Co. (Fire and Life.) 
Eshelmen, A. F. 
Jones, W. C. 

Bank of Commerce, (Fire). 
Taylor & Ragan, (Fire). 
Ogbnon, Frank, (Life). 

Jewelers. 
Staley, D. F. 
Loftin, R. L. 
Welch, Walter. 
Queen Jewelry Co. 
Cauble, F. P. 

Laundries. 
High Point Steam Laundry. 

Lawyers. 
Lindsay, R. C. 
Barnhardt, Chas. 
Edmunds, R. II. 
Farriss, Edward II. 
Gold, T. J. 
Ragan & Galloway. 
Roberson, Wescott. 
Parsons, D. H. 
Steel, E. D. 
Peacock & Dalton. 
Barnhardt, C. C. 
Zollicoffer, Dalas. 
Hammer, Delos. 
Lindsey, R. C. 
Albertson, T. W. 

Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 
Snow Lumber Co. 
High Point Hardwood Lumber Co. 
Idal & Co. 

Marble Works. 
Raper, Dolph. 
Barbee Marble Works. 

Machinery Dealers. 
Redding, J. P. 
Central Foundry & Machinery Co. 

Paint and Oil Dealers. 
Beeson Hardware Co. 
Siceloff-Lindsay Co. 
High Point Hardware Co. 

Painters. 
McCrary Co. 
Brown, John. 
Cathey & Co. 

Produce Dealers. 

Stout-Rankin Co. 

Lexington Grocery Co. 

Plumbers. 

Wellborn Supply Co. 

Muse, C. C. 

Causey, R. E. 

Photographers. 

Jones, J. E. 

Rochele, C. W. 

Petrie, L. C, Co. 

High Point Studio. 

Printing Offices. 

Enterprise Printing Co. 

Welch, J. E. 

Stamey Printing Co. 

Phillips. C. B. 

Petnil Co. 

Newspapers and Editors. 

THE ENTERPRISE (Daily)— J. J. Farris, 
Editor. 

SOUTHERN FURNITURE JOURNAL— H. W. 
Kronheimer and J. J. Farris, Editors. 

HIGH POINT LUTHERAN (Monthly)— M. 
L. Canup, Editor. 

REVIEW (Weekly)— W. L. Stamey .Editor. 

TOMAHAWK (Monthly)— W. L. Stamey, Edi- 
tor. 

TORAITIVE GAZETTE. 

Real Estate Agents. 

High Point Loan and Trust Co. 

Farris, J. J. 

Shingle Dealers. 

Snow Lumber Co. 



Tailors. 

Reighter. The Tailor. 
Liberty Tailoring Co. 
British Woolen Co. 
Swartz, B. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Sechrest, J. W. 
Loftin, R. L. 

Veterinary Surgeons. 
Jones, W. M. 

Wall Paper Dealers. 
Parker, Robert. 
Austin, W. F. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Alma Furniture Co. 
Beeson Wood-Working Co. 
Central Foundry & Machine Works. 
Crown Hosiery Mills. 
Cox, J. Elwood (Shuttle Blocks, etc.) 
Crouch Bros. Manufacturing Co. 
Columbia Furniture Co. 
Continental Furniture Co. 
Dalton Furniture Co. 
Dixie Milling Co. 
Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 2. 
Davis-Kirkman Co. 
Electric Milling Co. 
Ecker, F. (Mirror Plats.) 
Eagle Furniture Co. 
Ellison Mantel & Table Co. 
Enterprise Tables Co. 
Gienola Brick Co. 
Giant Furniture Co. 
Globe Home Furniture Co. 
Globe Parlor Furniture Co. 
Highland Cotton Mill. 
High Point Casket Co. 
High Toint Brick Co. 
High Point Buggy Co. 
High Point Bed Spring Co. 
High Point Furniture Co. 
High Point Hosiery Mills. 
High Point Metallic Bed Co. 
High Point Moulding Co. 
High Point Overall Co. 
High Point Pants Co. 
High Point Roll & Panel Co. 
High Point Show Case Works. 
High Point Veneering Co. 
High Point Paint Works. 
High Point Safe & Table Co. 
High Point Manufacturing Co. 
Hayworth Roll & Panel Co. 
Hill Veneer Co. 
Keeraus Bedding 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. 
Tittsburg Plate Glass Co. 
Piedmont Mills, 
Pickett Cotton Mills. 
Rankin Coffin & Casket Co. 
Southern Chair Co. 
Southern Car Co. 
Snow Lumber Co. 
Shlpman Organ Co. 
Standard Mirror Co. 
Southern Machine Works. 
Stehli & Co. Silk Mills. 
Southern Novelty Works. 
Tate Furniture Co. 
Tomlinson Chair Manufacturing Co. 
Union Furniture Co. 
Welch Furniture Co. 
Durham Hosiery Mills. 
Sunnyside Ice & Coal Co. 
Denny Rail & Panel Co. 
Climax Uphal Co. 



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JAMESTOWN. 

Population, 1910: White. COO: colored. 25; 
total, 625. 

ValiSe real estate. $307,297; value personal 
property, $108,760. 

POSTMASTER — 0. M. Bundy. 

R, R. AGEXT— R. A. Ramsey, Southern. 

Ministers and Churches. 

M. B. CHURCH, SOUTH— J. \Y. Clegg, 
Pastor. 

WESLYN METHODIST— Mrs. R. E. An- 
diews. Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
HIGH — E. J. Coltrane. I'rln. 

Doctors. 
Foscue, J. E. 

General Merchandise. 
Garrett, J. D., & Co. 
Matlock, J. B. 
Johnson. A. F. 
Oakdale Store. 

Cotton Mills. 
Oakdale Cotton Mill. 

Buggy Manufacturers. 
Richardson Buggy Co. 

Flour Mills. 
Stafford, F. J. 

Saw Mills. 
VYillard Saw Mill. 

Shoe Manufacturers. 
Johnson Bros . & Co. 

Canning Factories. 
Ward & Gordon. 
Gardner, Jessie A. 
Hassell, E. E. 

Feed Mill. 
Coltrane. J. L. 



GUILFORD COLLEGE. 
Faculty of Guilford Colege. 

Lewis, Lyndon Hobbs, Pres.-, Psychology and 
Logic. 

James Franklin Davis. Greek and German. 

H. Louisa Osborne. Latin and Mathematics. 

George Wilson White, Treasurer, Mathema- 
tics. 

Clement, Orestes Meredith. Dean. Latin. 

Allan Wilson Hobbs, Mathematics. 

Alfred Alexander Dixon. Physics. 

John Steele Downing. Chemistry. 

Ermine F. Ayer. French and German. 

George Montgomery, English. 

Samuel Wood Geiser, Biology and Geology. 

Joseph H. Peele, English. 

Alma Taylor Edwards, Latin and Mathema- 
tics. 

Josephine L. Rhoades, director of the De- 
partment of Music. 

Blanche Dawson. Vocal Music. 

Julia. S. White, Librarian. 

Sarah E. Benbow, Matron 

Inez Wilson, Domestic Science. 

Ernest Grady Shore, Physical Director. 



OAK RIDGE. 

Population. 1910: White, 200; colored, 50; 
total, 250. 

Value real estate, $325,000; value personal 
property. $120,000. 

POSTMASTER— Earle P. Holt. 

MAGISTRATE— Chas. Case. 

XOTARY PUBLIC— D. Lanier Donnell. 
Ministers and Churches. 

METHODIST— W. A. Goode, Pastor. 

METHODIST PROTESTAXT— L. W. Gerin- 
ger. 

Schools and Academies. 

OAK RIDGE IXSTITUTE— '. Allen Holt. 
Pres.; E. P. Holt, Vice-Pres. ; T. E. Whitaker, 
Secy. & Treas. 



Doctors. 
Paddison, J. R. 

Lawyers. 
Whitaker, T. E. 

General Merchandise. 
oak Ridge Mercantile Co. 

Donnell & Holt. 
Stafford Bros. 
Donnell. W. O., Jr. 
Stafford Bros. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Oak Land Park Hotel. 
Oakhurst. 
Hall, Saunders. 
I.inville. Mrs. Frank. 
Whitaker House. 

Livery Stables. 
Linvlile, Frank. 

Garages. 
I.inville, F. 
Mult. J. H. 
II ay worth, W. A. 
Linvlile, J. D. 

Saw and Planing Mills. 
Case, C. R. 
Donnell Bros. 

Builders &. Contractors. 
Donnell Bros. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Hendrix & Co. (Roller Mill and Lumber.) 



STOKESDALE. 

Incorporated 1907. 

Population, 1913: White, 300; colored, 6; 
total, 306. 

Value real estate, $150,000; value personal 
property. $75,000. 

TAX RATE: 25c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— (Pro Tem)— E. D. Morgan. 

COMMISSIOXERS— C. W. Taylor, W. M. 
Vaughan. W. P. Lemons, A. B. Bray, J. C. 
Preston. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— O. L. Pegram. 

POSTMISTRESS— Mrs. M. J. Gant. 

R. R. AGEXT— C. L. Cook, Southern. 

MAXAGER EXPRESS AXD TELEGRAPH— 
C. L. Cook. 

Ministers and Churches. 
CHRISTIAN'— T. J. rltenn. Pastor. 
METHODIST— G. W. Williams, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
PUBLIC— Paul S. Kinnett. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Powell House. 
Gant, Mrs. M. J. 

Banks and Bankers. 
STOKESDALE COMMERCIAL BAXK— . 

Lawyers. 
Whitaker, T. E. 

Doctors. 
Taylor, C. W. 
Edwards, V. E. 

Druggists. 
Powell, C. H. 

Merchants. 
Stokesdale Hardware Co. 
Stokesdale Furniture Co. 
Southern Grocery Co. 
Stokesdale Union Supply Co. 
Vaughn, M. W. 
Pegram, Bros. 
Vaughn, V. E. 
Lester, D. R. 

Manufacturrng Plants. 
Stokesdale Lumber Co. 

Brookbank & Dillon (Lumber and Building 
Matrial. ) 

Markets. 
Powell, J. F. 
McGee & Jones. 



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HALIFAX COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, HALIFAX. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), 37,646. 

Formed in 1758. Named in honor of the Earl of Halifax. 

AREA— 680 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $6,309,160; value of personal property $4,066,486. 

TAX KATE — County purposes, 19s. o utile $100; school 20c. road 25c. 

County bonded debt $37,000. 

PI'KLIC ROADS — Worked by convicts and day labor. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 62.03 miles, assessed value $2. DUO 

Southern Railway— Rolling Stock, assessed value 17 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, 20.20 miles, assessed value 569 

Pullman Co., assessed value • ■ • • 12 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co.. assessed value 33 

Southern Express Co.. assessed value. 12 

Western Union Telegraph Co. , assessed value 24 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co. , assessed v alue 21 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessd value 6 

Roanoke Railway, 1.64 miles, assessed value 3 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 2 

W SWERi e OR h COURT' TERMS-^aSua^' 25/ M arch 15/ May 31,' 'August 24.' November 



051.00 

972.00 
,993.00 

106.00 
,525.00 

207.00 
,762.00 
,457.00 
,262.00 
,280.00 
,193.00 
,563.00 

29. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— Sterling M. Gary, Hal- 
ifax. 

SHERIFF— J. A. House, Thelma. 
REGISTER OF DEEDS— J. H Norman, Hal- 

' fa TREASURER— J. E. Bowers, Scotland Neck. 
CORONER— H. G. Rowe, Weldon. 
SUPT OF HEALTH-I. E. Green, Weldon. 
SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— A. S. Harrison, En- 

"sUPT OF HOME— W. B. Drewry, Halifax. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— J. A. Collins. En- 
field; W. R. Neville, Heathsville; W. l. 
Whitefleld, Enfield. 

COMMISSIONERS— W. R. Harvey. Littleton; 
S G Whitfield, Enfield; Jno. Branch, Weluon; 
W. F. Horner, Rosemary; S. T. Thorne, Jr.; 
Airlie. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— Whit. A. Johns- 
ton, Littleton; A. McDowell, Scotland Neck; 
Thos. Dickens, Faueetts. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

BRINKLEYVILLE TOWNSHIP— Ben. M. 
Hardy, W. G. Vinson, Thomas H. Taylor, George 
L. Knight. H. S. Quail, Brinkleyville ; C. A. 
Williams, Ringwood; W. H. Hayes, Ita; W. W. 
Rosser, Essex. 

BUTTERWOOD— A. E. Carter, Littleton; Nel- 
son Hamill, Airlie. 

CONOCANARY— J. H. Darden, Spring Hill; 
N. Fitzpatrick, Crowells. 

ENFIELD— S. G. Whitfield. B. D. Mann, 
W. P. Whitaker, Junius Hardee, S. Meyer, 
John J. Robertson. 

FAUCETT — T. M. Lewis. Tom Barnes, Au- 
relian Springs. 

HALIFAX — Dr. F. M. Regester, M. H. 
Clark, J. H. Fenner, R. W. Carter, E. N. 
Sater, Halifax. 

LITTLEAON — C. D. House, T. M. Pulley. 

ROSENEATH— S. H. Strickland, Scotland 
Neck. 

PALMYRA — W. G. Hedgepeth, Hobgood; 
W. H. White, Hobgood. 

SCOTLAND NECK— I. H. Smith, A. C. Liv- 
erman, J. E. Shields. 

WELDON— W. T. Shaw, J. W. Pierce. Wel- 
don; A. S. Allen, Weldon; K. E. Kilpatrick, 
Weldon. 

ROANOKE RAPIDS— R. W. Brown. S. M. 

Thompson, W. F. Horner. 



SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. 

HOBGOOD ACADEMY— Miss Ferrell, Prin. 

WELDON GRADED— John D. Everett, Prin. 

ROANOKE RAPIDS GRADED— A. E. Akers. 
Prin., Roanoke Rapids. 

SCOTLAND NECK GRADED— J. P. Aiken. 
Prin. 

ENFIELD GRADED— C. L. Whitaker, Supt. 

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. Mary, Brinkleyville. 

Knight, Lela, Essex. 

Rosser, Daisy E., Essex. 

Fimple, Margaret, Essex. 

Arrington, Bessie, Glenview. 

Williams, Pattie E., Ringwood. 

Pinnell, Lucy, Ringwood. 

Mayo, Mary F., Aurelian Springs. 

Gaston, W. G., Littleton. 

Anderson. Beatrice, Littleton. 

Crawley, Agnes, Littleton. 

Daniel, Mary Long, Airlie. 

Cherry, Bessie E.. Crowells. 

Sewell, Jennie. Tillery. 

Shields, Irma, Spring Hill. 

Corbitt, Emma. c|o Willis Weeks, Enfield, Rfd. 

Weeks, Mrs. Mamie Barnes, Scotland Neck. 

Quincy, Margaret, Enfield. 

Cousins, Zelma, Enfield. 

Bustin, Dela, Enfield. 

Lawrence, Annie. Enfield. 

Robertson, Kathleen, Enfield. 

Whitaker, Susie, Enfield. 

Arrington. Mamie, Aurelian Springs. 

Pittman, Mamie E., Halifax. 

Biggins, Bessie, Littleton. 

Robinson, Annie, Littleton. 

Crews, Eunice. Heathsville. 

Eure, Lottie. Halifax. 
Butts, Virginia, Halifax. 
Butts, Alice G., Halifax. 
Whitaker, Lizzie Littleton. 
Whitaker, Effie. Littleton. 
Johnston, Annie, Littleton. 
Robinson, Roberts P., Littleton. 
Pittman, Emma v., Littleton. 
Vernon. T. L. , Hobgood. 



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Spencer, Annie, Ilobuood. 

Josey, Louise, Scotland Neck, 

Anderson, Lossie, Palmyra. 

Pearson, llattie L., Rosemary. 

Blebs, Stella, Aurelian Springs, Kid. 

Joyner, Fannie S., Scotland Neck. 

Joyner, Kate. Scotland Neck. 

Mouse. Leila, Scotland Neck. 

While. .Mrs. Dudley A., Scotland Neck. 

Barkly, Sallie I., Spring Hill. 

Moseley. Agnes. Wehlon. 

Robinson, Lizzie. Littleton. 

.Malien.v. Mary, WeldOn. 

Cheatham, Miss, Halifax. 

Barkly, Edna, Halifax. 



HALIFAX. 



Population, 1910: 500. 

TAX KATE: 40c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— John H. Farmer. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— D. C. Fenner. 
TREASURER— J. H. Batts. 
TAX COLLECTOR— F. H. Gregory. 
POSTMASTER— W. A. Willcox. 
K. R. AGENT — C. F. Musselman. A. C. L. 
EXPRESS AGENT— C. F. Musselman, 
Southern. 

TELEGRAPH MANAGER— C. F. Mussel- 
man, W. U. 

Ministers and Churches. 
EPISCOPAL— St. Mark's, Geo. Blackwelden, 
Rector. 

BAPTIST — A. G. Wilcox, Pastor. 
CATHOLIC— Father O'Brien, Pastor. 
METHODIST— Win. McNair. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Roanoke Hotel. 
Merchant, R. H., Mrs. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF HALIFAX— N. L. Stedman, Pres. ; 
Fletcher H. Gregory, Cash. 
Druggists. 
The Furgerson Drug Co. 
Vinson's Pharmacy. 

Doctors. 
Furgerson, H. B 

General Merchants. 
Froelich, Louis. 
Hux, G. A., & Co. 
Richards, S. A. W. 
Bass, W. D. 
Campbell, D. M. 
Halifax Hardware Co. 

Grocers. 
Stedman, N. L, & Co. (Wholesale). 

Lawyers. 
Clark, Elliott. 
Travis, E. L. 

Cotton Gins. 
Stedman & Gregory. 

Real Estate Agents. 
Daniel, R. H. 



ENFIELD. 

Incorporated in 1S57. 

Population, 1910: White, 1.150; colored, 450; 
total, 1,600. 

Value real estate, $420,610; value personal 
property $460,670. 

TAX RATE: 40c. on the $100. 

MA YOK— Frank Branch. 

POSTMASTER— H. S. Harrison. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— J. F. Whitehead. 

R. R. AGENT— E. L. Whitehead, A. C. L. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— E. L. Whitehead, 
W. U. 



Ministers and Churches. 

PRESBYTERIAN— II. F. Morton, Pastor. 
METHODIST EPISCOPAL— J. L. McMann, 
Pastor. 

BAPTIST G. II. Johnson. 

METHODIST PROTESTANT— T. E. Davis, 

T^'I ^ t OF 

EPISCOPAL— Albert New, Rector. 
Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— J. T. Cobb. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF ENFIELD— Geo. B. Curtis, Pres.; 
Ivey Watson, Cash. 

COMMERCIAL & FARMERS — S. C. Bel- 
lamy, Pres. ; p. O. Petway, Cash. 

Doctors. 
Collins, John A. 
Harrison, A. S. 
Parker, F. M. 
Whitaker, L. T. 
Whitaker, F. C. 
Fleming, W. L. 

Druggists. 
Harrison's Pharmacy. 
Whitaker's Drug Store. 
Beavan's Drug Store. 

General Merchants. 
Curtis-Pierson Co. 
Randolph Supply Co. 
Shaw-Mathevvs Co. 
Gunter, R. E. (Agent). 
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. 
Robbitt, R. E. & Co. 
Bellamy & Co. 
Barnes, J. L. 
Mann, B. D. 
Enfield Furniture Co. 
Allen, W. H.. & Co. 

Farmers' Union Stores. 
Neville, H. M. 
Leon, F. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Hotel James. 
Enfield Hotel. 
Whitaker, Miss O. H. 
Mathews, H. C. 
Smith, Mrs. Mary. 

Livery Stables. 
Neville, H. M. 
Branch. Frank. 

Lawyers. 
Dunn, R. C. 

Dentists. 
Highsmilh, C. 

Insurance Agents. 
Britt, R. B. 
Watson, Ivey. 
Petway, P. O. 
Robertson, J. J. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
THE PROGRESS (Weekly)— Teo. M. Cooper, 
Editor. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Enfield Hosiery Mills. 
Condrey, J. E. (Saw Mill). 
Dunn, John B. (Saw Mill). 
Columbian P-Nut Co. 



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HOBGOOD. 

Incorporated in 1S92. 

Population, 1910: Whites, 200; colored, 50; 
total. 200. 

Value real estate, $75,000; value personal 
property, $25,000. 

TAX RATE: 20c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— W. G. Hedgepeth. 
POSTMASTER— I. M. Parker. 
CHIEF OF POLICi:— E. C. Ruffin. 
R. R. AGENT— W. L. Bailey, A. C. L. 
MANAGER TELEGRAPH— W. L. Bailey, 
W. U. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST — Rev. Vernon, Pastor. 
METHODIST— T. L. Singleton. 

Schools and Academies. 
HOBGOOD GRADED— Mrs. L. W. Leggett, 
Prin. 

Doctors. 
Leggett, K. 

Druggists. 
Leggett, K. 

General Merchants. 
Hedgepath, W. II. 
Shields, R. J. 
Hedgepeth. W. G. 
Bradley, S. D. 
Ausbon. R. M. (Groceries). 
Snealwond, J. W. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Shields. R. J. 
Hobgood Hotel. 

Livery Stables. 
Shields, R. J. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Hobgood Ginery. 
Hobgood Brick Mfg. Co. 

Ccn motors and Builders. 
Vernon & Madry. 



LITTLETON. 

Population, 1910: White, 1,200; colored, 500; 
total. 1,700. 

Value of real estate, $400,000; value personal 
property, $200,000. 

TAX RATK— 75c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— T. J. Miles. 

POSTMASTER— E. B. Perry. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— J. F. Cullom. 

R. R. AGENT— Julian Johnson. 

MANAGER TELEGRAPH— Julian Johnston, 
W. TJ. ; Edwin Gray, Postal. 

Ministers and Churches. 

M. E. SOUTH— S. A. Cotton, Pastor. 

METHODIST PROTESTANT— C. J. Edwards, 
Pastor. 

PRESBYTERIAN^Rev. Millard. Pastor. 

EPISCOPAL— Francis Joyner, Rector. 

BAPTIST— Rev. Harrell. Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 

LITTLETON FEMALE COLLEGE— J. M. 
Rhodes. Pres. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL—. 

Banks and Bankers. 

BANK OF LITTLETON— J. H. Harrison, 
Pres. ; H. F. Bonney, Cash. 

PLANTERS— T. J. Miles, Pres. ; M. J. Grant, 
Cash. 

Doctors. 

Alston. Willis. 

Browning. B. Ray. 

McRae. Neill. 

Picot, L. J. 

Perry, E. A. 

Druggists. 

Littleton Pharmacy. 
Perry. E. B., Jr. 

Harrison, T. N. 



Dentists. 



General Merchants. 

Johnston, Eugene. 

Stallings, S. J. 

Moore, C. G. 

Nelson, M. 

May. W. H. 

Cole-Daniel Hardware Co. 

Newson, J. F. 

Farber, Wra. 

Bobbitt, E. C. 

Newsome, M. E. 

Harvey, W. R. 

Bobbitt, J. H. 

Littleton Feed & Grocery Co. 

Riggan, R. I. 

Harris, Alston. 

Cordle. H. J. 

Wallette, E. E. 

Furgerson, Will. 

Myrick, J. J., & Son. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Harris, J. H. 
Hotel Vara. 
B. P. Cooper's Hotel. 
Boyce's Hotel. 

Livery Stables. 
Thornton, W. H. 
Motley, J. W. 

Lawyers. 
Daniel. S. G. 
Pippin, Jos. P. 
Picot, John M. 
Furgerson, McM. 

Insurance Agents. 

Grant & Brwning. 
Spruill & Perry. 
Alston, T. C. 
Harrison, T. N. 

Brokers. 
Green. A. W. 

Real Estate Agents. 
Glasgow, J. R. 

Manufacturing Plants. 

Sterling Mfg. Co. (Wood-working and Gin). 
Wotlett, E. E. (Lumber and Ginnery). 
Littleton Hosiery Mills. 
Tate Machinery and Supply Co. 



PALMYRA. 

Population, 1910: White, 100; colored, 75; 
total, 175. 

Value real estate, $100,000; value personal 
property, $25,000. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— C. H. Robeson. 
POSTMASTER— C. A. Harrison. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— C. N. Andrews. 

Ministers and Churches. 
METHODIST— T. F. Eure, Pastor. 

General Merchants. 
Ausborn, E. B. 
Stephenson, J. B. 
Baker & Harrison Bros. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Harrison, Mrs. C. A. 

Livery Stables. 
Baker & Roberson. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Baker. L. I. (Saw Mill, Cotton Gin). 



ROANOKE RAPIDS 

Population, 1913, 4.000. 

White polls, 655; colored polls, 42; total, 
697. 

Value of real estate $2,402,158; value of per- 
sonal property, $501,817. 

TAX RATE: 50c. on the $100. 



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HALIFAX COUNTY. 



Town Officers. 
MAYOR— J. T. Chase. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— J. R. Balrd. 
CLERK— A. L. Clark. 
TKKASntl'.K -A. L. ClarU. 
TAX COLLECTOR— J. R. Haird. 
HEALTH OFFICER— Dr. T. W. M. Long. 
RECORDER — Wm. S. Saunders. 
REGISTRAR OF VITAL STATISTICS— R. 
w Brown. 

POSTMASTER— M. M. Faison. 

U. It. AGENT— G. B. Crews, S. A. L. 

EXPRESS AGENT— G. B. Crews, Southern. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— — . Ballock, Pastor. 
EPISCOPAL— William Towe, Rector. 
PRESBYTERIAN— H. F. Morton, Pastor. 
METHODIST— William Towe. 
METHODIST (Circuit) — Rufus Bradley. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Roanoke Hotel. 

Boarding House, W. C. Allsbrook. 
Sales, T. P. 
Board House, Joe Foyed. 
Adam's Boarding House. 

Banks and Bankers. 
FIHST NATIONAL— C. A. Wyche, Pres. ; E. 
II. Kicks. Cash. 

Bakers. 
Wood. W. W. 
Whitmore's Bakery. 

Grocers. 
Barnette & Cherry. 
Taylor & Colier. 
Daugherty, J. L. 
Tillery. W. D. 
Hancock-House Co. 
Glover, E. B. 
Lan<rston, Josh. 
Dowtin, C. P. 
Sevil, Sam'l. 
Marks, B. 

Rosemary Supply Co. 
Shell, R. E., & Co. 
Patterson Store Co. 
Hamill & Wood. 
Thompson, S. M. 

Cotton Mills. 
Roanoke Mills Co. 
Rosemary Mfg. Co. 
Patterson Mills Co. 

Paper Mills. 
Halifax Paper Co. 
Halifax Paper Corporation. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 
Hockaday, W. S., & Son. 
St. Sing, T. J. 

Druggists. 
Roanoke Pharmacy. 
Rosemary Drug Co. 

Doctors. 
Long, T. W. M. 
Jarmon, F. G. 
AdUin, E. H. 
Beckwith, R. P. 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
Hancock-House Co. 
Marks, B. 
Tillery, W. D. 
Glover, E. B. 
Jenkins, Mrs. K. 
Ameen, A., Bros. 
Shell, G. D. 

Insurance Agents. 
Clark. A. L. 
Hege, F. C. 
Wythe, C. A. 

Jewelers. 
Lynch, W. G. 

Lawyers. 
Clark, A. L. 
Long, Lunch. 

Livery Stables. 
Tillotstnn, W. G. 
Wood, M. R. 



Paint and Oil Dealers. 
Roanoke Pharmacy. 
Tillery, W. I). 

Painters. 
Daughtery, Van. 
Prudens, A. L. 
WintZ, Richard. 

Photographers. 
Hodgers, J. B. 
Cherry, Frank. 

Dealers in Bicycles. 
Higgins, B. B. 

Hospitals. 
Roanoke Rapids. 

Undertakers. 
Glover, E. B. 
Uancock-nouse Co. 

Blacksmiths. 
Hockaday. 
Gay, Frank. 
Hackaday, Glenn. 

Barber Shops. 
King, W. E. 
Watkins, J. H. 
Vaughan & Kidd. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Alston Furniture Co. 
Webb, B. S. 
Glover, E. B. 
Hancock -House Co. 
Hodgens, L. S. 
Shell, R. E., Co. 

Electric Power Company. 
Roanoke Rapids Power Co. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— A. E. Akers, Prin. ; Grace Foy, 
Lady Prin. 

Dentists. 
Foster, H. B. 

Garages. 
Roanoke Rapids Motor Car i'o. 

Publishers and Printers. 
Herald Publishing Co. 



SCOTLAND NECK. 

Population. 1911: 1.726. 

No. white polls, 160; No. colored polls, 76. 

Value real estate, $505,304; value personal 
property, $593,727. 

TAX RATE: 40c. on the $100; 45c. for 
schools. 

Bonded debt, $7,000; schools, $22,500. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— J. E. Shields. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— H. B. Jones. 

CITY CLERK— A. L. Purington. 

TAX COLLECTOR— H. B. Jones. 

TREASURER— Stuart Smith. 

POSTMISTRESS— Mrs. Kate Dunn. 

R. R. AGENT— E. L. Brown, A. C. L. 

EXPRESS AGENT— E. L. Brown, Southern 
Express Co., and Telegraph Agent. 

TELEPHONE MANAGER— B. F. Weaver, 
Carolina Tel. and Tel. Co. 

Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— R. A. McFarland, Pastor. 

EPISCOPAL— W. L. Blackwelder, Rector. 

METHODIST— L. T. Singleton, Pastor. 
Schools and Academies. 

GRADED— C. N. Webb, Supt. ; Miss Blount. 
Prin. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Scotland Neck Hotel. 

Bowers, Mrs. C. E. 

Harrison Hotel. 

Banks and Bankers. 

SCOTLAND NECK BANK— A. McDowell, 
President: J. H. Alexander, Jr., Cashier. 

PLANTERS & COMMERCIAL BANK— 
Claude Kitchin, President; O. J. Moore, 
Cashier. 

Brick Manufacturers. 

Madry, J. W. 



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COUNTY 


249 




Boot and Shoe Dealers. 


Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 






Hancock. W. T., Cf 


Scotland Neck Guano Co. 






Edwards & Co. 


Hoffman, M.. & Bro. 






Pittman & Bishop. 


Edwards & Co. 






Hoffman, M., & Bro. 


Josey, R. C, & Co. 






Josey, R. C. & Co. 


Hancock, W. T., Co. 






White & Paul. 


White & Paul. 






Burroughs-Pittman-Wheeler Co. 


Biggs & Johnson. 






Madry, J. W. 


Fish and Oyster Dealers. 






Powell, E .E. 


Allsbrook, E. A. 






Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 


Furniture Dealers. 






Pendleton, W. C. 


Scotland Neck Furniture Co. 






Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 


Grocers. 






Brantley, W. A. 


Merchants Grocery Co. (Wholesale.) 






Woolard, J. E. 


Lewis & Co. (Wholesale.) 






Braxton, E. L.. & Co. 


Bowers & Co. (Wholesale.) 






Marks, W. E. 


Madry, R. J. (Wholesale.) 






Wilkinson, L. 


Hardware Dealers. 






Cotton and Hosiery Mills. 


Hardy Hardware Co. 






Scotland Neck Cotton Mills. 


Josey Hardware Co. 






Crescent Hosiery Co. 


Insurance Agents. 






Confectionery Dealers. 


Shields & Hill. (Fire and Life.) 






Strickland. Jr., W. B. 


Allsbrook, Bernard. (Fire and Life.) 






Ausbon. J. H. 


Insurance, Loan & Real Estate Co. 






Steakland, A. 


Josey, W. H. (Fire and Life.) 






Robertson Grocery Co. 


Allsbrook, Willie H. 






Allsbrook, Wilson. 


McDowell. C. L. (Fire and Life.) 






Contractors and Builders. 


Lawyers. 
Kitchin, A. P. 






Keel, Peyton. 


Kitchin & Smith. 






Mauney, R. J. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 
Bowers & Co. 
Madry, B. J. 
Josey Hardware Co. 


Dunn, Ashby W. 
Dunn. S. A. 
Staton. C. L. 

Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers 
Coleman. J. S. 






Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 


Dunn, S. F. 






Hancock, W .T., Co. 


White, W. H. 






Edwards & Co. 


Painters. 






Pittman & Bishop. 


McDonald. R. A. (Sign.) 






Hoffman, M., & Bro. 


Malone, C. N. 






Josey, R. C, & Co. 


Plumbers. 






White & Paul. 


Gray. R. H, 






Burroughs-Pittman-Wheeler Co. 


Roberson, A. S. 






Madry. J. W. 


Newspapers and Editors. 






Cotton Gins. 


THE COMMONWEALTH (Weekly)— L. 


M. 




The Cotton, Oil & Ginning Co. 


Kitchin, Editor. 






Wommack. S. T. 


Undertakers and Embalmers. 






Lentists. 


Burroughs-Pittman-Wheeler Co. 






Liverman, A. C. 


Hoffman, M.. & Bro. 






Druggists. 


Paint and Oil Dealers. 






North End Drug Store. 


Whitehead, E. T., Co. 






Whitehead, E. T., Co. 


Hardy Hardware Co 






Doctors. 


Josey Haidware Co. 






Clark, H. I. 


Wall Paper Dealers. 






Morgan, A. D. 


Machlin. John. 






Smith, 0. F. 


Whitehead, E. T.. & '"o. 






Kitchin, T. D. 


Savage, J. Y. 






Dry Goods and Notions. 


Manufacturing Plants. 






Burroughs-Pittman-Wheeler Co. 


Crescent Hosiery Co. (Stockings and Shirts.) 




Hancock, W. T., Co. 


Scotland Neck Cotton Mills, (Sliirts 


and 




Edwards & Co. 


Hosiery. ) 






Pittman & Bishop. 


Cotton Oil & Grocery Co. (Cotton Seed 


Oil.) 




Hoffman. M., & Bro. 
Josey, R. C, & Co. 












White & Paul. 


TILLERY. 






Madry, J. W. 


Incorporated in 18S8. 






Allsbrook. Wilson. 


Population, 1910: Whites, 100; colored, 


300; 




Powell, E. E. 


total, 400. 






Ward, Prank. 


Value real estate, $30,000; value personal 




Bunch, J. M., & Co. 


property, $185,000. 






Power and Light Companies. 


Town Officers. 






Scotland Neck Electric Light & Power Co. 


MAYOR— J. B. Flaugher. 






Fruit Dealers. 


POSTMASTER— J. O. Applewhite. 






Ausbom, J. H. 


CHIEF OF POLICE— J. C. Gold. 






Peterson, A. C. 


R. R. AGENT— J. B. Flaugher, A. C. L. 




Strickland, A.. & Son. 


Ministers and Churches- 






Allsbrook, J. W. 


BAPTIST— T. L. Vernon, Pastor. 






Robertson Gracery Co. 


EPISCOPAL— Rev. Mr. Bradley. Rectoi 






Herring. N« . 


Schools and Academies. 






Vaughan, Cleo. 


PUBLIC— Jennie Sewell. Prin. 




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Doctors. 


Dentists. 




Register, F. M. 


Ward, W. J. 




General Merchandise- 


Druggists. 




Gregory. P. C. & C. W., 1 o 


Cohen. W. M. 




White, C. W. 


Zolllcoffer. A. R. 




Gregory, P. C. & C. W., Co. (Furniture.) 


Doctors. 




Tillery. C. J. 


Green, I. E. 




Bi acta 1 1 . Jim. 


Zollicofrer, A. R. 




Parks, E. J. 


Zollieofrer, D. B. 




Marrow, John. 


Morehead, R. P. 




Manufacturing Plants. 


Pierce, S. B. 




Fries, II. H. (Lumber.) 


Tursley, .1. A. (col). 




Gregi try, P. C & C. W. 


Dry Goods and Notions. 




Blacksmiths. 


Allen. A. S. 




Cook, A. P.., & Son. 


Stainback, A. L. 






Gregory, P. C. & C. W. 




WELDON. 

Population, 1910: 2,. r >00. 

No. white polls. 190; No. colored polls, 130 


Power and Light Companies. 
Roanoke River & Development Co. 




Value real estate and personal property. 


Fruit Dealers. 




$1,107,383. 


Pair. J. A. 




TAX KATE: 66 2-3c. on the $100. 


Bonfidinto, Burr. 




Town Officers. 


Furniture Dealers. 




MAYOR— W. W. Wiggins. 


Weldon Furniture Co. 




CHIEF OF POLICE— J. I. Pope. 


Grocers. 




CLERK— D. E. Stainback. 


Evans, C. G. 




TREASURER— W. M. Cohen. 


Mitchell, Walter. 




TAX COLLECTOR— J. L. Harris. 


Parker. W. T. 




ATTORNEY— W. E. Daniels. 


Weldon Grocery Co. (Wholesale.) 




SUPT. HEALTH— I. E. Green. 


Purnell, R. M. 




POSTMASTER— J. O. Burton. 


Dickens, H. G. 




R. R. AGENTS— H. L. Grant, A. C. L. ; 


Hardware Dealers. 




C. P. Rodwell, S. A. L. 


Pierce- Whitehead Hardware Co. 




EXPRESS AGENT — H. M. Poe, Southern. 


Clark, E. 




Ministers and Churches. 


Insurance Agents. 




BAPTIST — J. G. Blalock, Pastor. 


Stainback, A. L. (Life ) 




METHODIST— J. A. Hornaday, Pastor. 


Stainback, D. E. Fire, Life. Casualty.) 




PRESBYTERIAN— H. F. Morton, Pastor. 


Rowe & Stainback. 




EPPISCOPAL — Alber New. Rector. 


Harris, J. L. 




Schools and Academies. 


Jewelers. 




GRADED— W. C. Allen, Supt. 


Waller, J. H. 




Hotels and Boarding Houses. 


Nelson, G. C. 




Terminal Hotel. 


Lawyers. 




Central House. 


Knight, W. L. 




Rowe, Mrs. H. G. 


Daniel, W. E. 




Ingoe, Mrs. A. M. 


Green, Geo. C. 




Architects. 


Clark, E. T. 




Daniel. R. T. 


Harrison, T. C. 




Banks and Bankers. 


Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 




BANK OF WELDON — W. E. Daniel, Pres. ; 






W. R. Smith, Vice-Pres. ; Jno. O. Drake, Cash. 


Weldon Lumber Co. 




WELDON BANK & TRUST CO.— R. S. 
Travis, Pres. ; J. T. Gooch, Cash. 


Dixon & Pool. 

House, A. C. Lumber Co. 




Bakers. 


Roanoke Box Co. 




Mountcastle. M. S. 


Machinery Dealers. 




Brick Manufacturers. 


Pierce- Whitehead Hardware Co. 




Chockayotte Brick Co. 


Piano and Organ Dealers. 




Weldon Brick & Land Improvement Co. 


Weldon Furniture Co. 




Roanoke Brick Co. 


Printing Offices. 




Boot and Shoe Dealers. 


Harrell's Printing House. 




Samet, J. 


Haywaxd, E. L., Job Printer. 




Stainback, A. L. 


Weldon Printing Co. 




Gregory, P. C. & C. W. 


Confectionery Dealers. 




Book Stores. 


Pair, M. C. 




Stainback. A. L. 


Liberto, C, & Co. 




Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 
Parker, W. T. 
Weldon Meat Market. 


Contractors and Builders. 

Daniel, R. T. 




Cotton and Hosiery Mills. 


Newspapers and Editors. 




Weldon Cotton Manufacturing Co. 


ROANOKE NEWS— (Weekly) — John W. 




Shaw Cotton Mills (Inc.) 


Sledge, Editor. 




Coal and Wood Dealers. 


Shingle Dealers. 




Turner. J. S. 


Turner, J. S. 




Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 


Undertakers and Embalmers. 




Rabil, B. D. 


Rowe-Stainback. 




Farber, H. 
Fried, M. 

Cotton Gins. 


Wall Paper Dealers. 
Spiers, H. C. 




Pierce & Garner. 


Livery Stables. 




Department Stores. 


Weldon Live Stock Co. 




Gregory, P. C. & C. W. 


Howell, J. A. 




Stainback, A. L. 


Parker, W. T. 




Spiers Bros. 


Holdford. T. 





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HARNETT COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, LILLINGTON. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), 22,174. 

Formed in 1855; organized in 1S58. Named in honor of Cornelius Harnett. 

ARER — 840 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $002,115 ; value of personal property, $629, 5S0. 

Property listed in 1914, by whites, $6,1S9,254; by negroes, $316,257; by Indians, $1,630. 

NO. OF SCHOOLS— For whites, 58; for negroes, 23. 

TAX RATE — County purposes, 51 2-3c. on the $100; jury, 5c; bridges, 2c; special, 25c; 
schools and paupers, lc. 

County bonded debt, $6S,000. 

PUBLIC ROADS — Number miles, 950. Worked, two townships by taxation, bonds vovted 
in 4 townships, balance by old system. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 23.01 miles, assessed value $7S2,681.00 

Pullman Co., assessed value 1.36S.94 

Southern Express Co., assessed value 11,323.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co. , assessed value 3,366.88 

Carolina Power and Light Co., assessed value 29,648.00 

Cardenas Telephone Co., assessed value 100.00 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 28,848.00 

Durham and Southern Railroad, 20.62 miles, assessed value 438,862.00 

Raleigh, Charlotte and Southern Railroad, Raleigh and Southport Div., 21.75 miles, 

assessed value 134,814.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. , assessed value 1,620.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., assessed value 3,528.00 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— January 4 (civil), February 1 (civil). May 17, September 6, 
November 15 (civil). 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



CLERK OF COURT— W. P .Byrd, Lilling- 
ton. 

M. McKay Byrd, Lillington. 
OF DEEDS— John McLeod, 



SHERIFF— J. 

REGISTER 
Broadway, R. 1 

TREASURER— X 
Creek. 

CORONER— C 



Patterson, Brine's 



R. 



Young, Dunn. 

COUNTY RECORDER— J. A. Matthews. 

SURVEYOR — Daniel McCormick, Cambro. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— J. W. Halford, Chaly- 
beate Springs. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— J. D. Ezzell, Dunn. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— T. W. Harring- 
ton, Broadway, R. 1; J. M. Hodges, Linden; 
O. Bradley, Kipling. 

COMMISSIONERS— D. H. Senter, Lilling- 
ton, (chm'n); H. N. Blizzell, Dunn: L. D. 
Burwell, Lillington; A. A. Shaw, Cambo; 
Everitt Gardner, Angier. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— H. T. Spears, Lil- 
lington; E. F. Young, J. B. Holland, Dunn. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

ANDERSON TOWNSHIP— Duncan Darroch, 
Cambro; J. F. Phillips, J. B. Godwin, J. F. 
Wilson, J. V. Barefoot, M. T. Young, J. W. 
Whitehurst. Dunn. 

AYEARSBORO— E. Lee. O. P. Shell, V. L. 
Stephens, Dunn. 

BARBECUE— John A. Clark, Lillington; J. 
H. Withers, Broadway; John Rarroch, Swanns 
Station; H. D. Cameron, Spout Springs. 

BLACK RIVER— B. E. Barber, W. H. Greg- 
ory, J. G. Johnson. J. W. Flowers, J. A. 
Hockaday. C. W. Flowers, Angier. 

BUCKHORN— J D. Cameion, Fuquay 

Springs, R. 1. 

DUKE— C. M. Eason, E. S. Yarborough, L. 
E. Stancil, Duke. 

HECTOR'S CREEK— A. A. Johnson, A. L. 
Baughcom, Fuquay Springs, R. 1. 

GROVE— A. F. Grimes. W. A. Johnson, D. 
A. Holland, J. A. Stewart, John A. Turlington, 
G. W. Whittinslon, Coats. 

LILLINGTON— J. N. Fuquay, U. H. Parker, 
J. E. Lillington, W. F. Marsh, Jr.. Seth Brant- 
ly. Lillington. 

NEILL'S CREEK— J. D. Upchurch. R. B. 
Crowder, N. A. Stewart, Buie's Creek; J. F. 
Jones, A. S. Johnson. Null's Creek. 



STEWART'S CREEK— B. A. Dollar, S. M. 
Hobbs, Duke, R. 1. 

UPPER LITTLE RIVER— T. A. Haxrington. 
J. B. F. Stewart. Broadway, R. 1; W. A- 
Page. J. B. McDonald, Lillington, R. 2. 
MINISTERS NOT IN TOWNS. 

PRESBYTERIAN— Rev. Latimer. Broadway. 
R. 5. 

METHODIST— G. W. Perry, Lillington. 

BAPTIST— L. L. Hudson. Bunnlevel. 

PHYSICIANS NOT IN TOWNS. 

McKay, J. A., Lillington, R. 1. 
Spence, R. T.. Fuquay Springs, R. 1. 
Rosser, Robert, Jonesboro, R. 2. 
Melvin, W. C, Duke. R. 2. 
Withers, J. H., Broadway, R. 1. 

MERCHANTS NOT IN TOWNS. 
Johnson, W. J., Cambro. 
McLean, Don M., Lillington, R. 3. 
Stone, J. S., Spout Springs. 
Holmes, J. E., Lillington, R. 1. 
Carter, Seymour, Lillington. R. 2. 
MePhail. Dicey Lillington, R. 2. 
Rich, Chas.. Lillington, R. 1. 
Spence. R. T., Chalk Level. 
Smith. N. A., Kipling. 
Upchurch. J. C. , Lillington, R. 1. 
Allen. Miller, Bunn Level. 
Smith, E. S., Lillington, R. 2. 
Mason, B. F., Lillington, R. 2. 
Mason. Neill A., Lillington, R. 2. 

CORN AND FEED MILLS. 

Rich, Z., Lillington. R. 2. 
Thomas, Arthur, Lillington, R. 2. 
McLeod, N., & Son, Broadway R. 1. 
Holder, J. I., Lillington, R. 2. 

SAW MILLS. 
Smith, E. S., Lillington, R. 2. 
McLaughlin, N., Lillington. 
Dupree-Massengill Co., (Milling Plant.) 
Stewart & Thomas. Lillington, R. 2. 
Boyd Bros., Lillington. 
Cameron, Bruce, Lillington, R. 3. 
Sloan, John, Broadway, R. 2. 
Baire, D. W. , Broadway, R. 1. 
Chandler & Cox, Lillington, R. 3. 
Williams & Stephens, Broadway, R. 1. 
Stewart, L. B., Broadway, R. 2. 
Davis, W. C. Harnett. 



IIAKNKTT (HI NTT 



COTTON GINS. 
Ennis & Norrls, Benson, K. :;. 
Williams Milling Co. Angler. 
Patterson Milling Co., Broadway, R. 3. 
Johnson. B. F., Angier. R. 3. 
Ill-own. .1. it.. Kipling, U. 1. 
Senter & Bros., Kipling. It. 1. 
Smith & Johnson, Kipling, K. 1. 
Elmore, M. A.. Westvllle. 
McLeod, T. B., & Co., Broadway. It. 1. 
Bayles, D. S., Coats. 
Johnson & Mel-eod. Buie's Creek. 
Allen, \v. \v., Duke, R. 1. 
Jones, M. L., Duke. R. 1. 
Avenl. W. A.. Kipling. R. 1. 
Spears <fc O'Connell, Kipling, It. 1. 
McArtan, J., Paolia. 
Turlington, D., Duke, R. 1. 
Weathers, H. D., & Son, Holly Springs, R. 2. 
Dunn Oil Mills. Dunn. 
Erwin Cotton Mills, Duke. 
.Mel. ami), .Mrs. T., Dunn, R. 5. 
Neighbors. S. C. Dunn. R. "i. 
Sorrell. W. R-, Duke, R. 2. 
McLeod. N., & Sons, Broadway, R. 2. 
Arnold, I. S., Kipling, R. 1. 
Stewart, Allen, Lillington, It. 3. 
Sikes. W. H., Lillington, R. 3. 
Green, Mrs. J. A., Lillington, R. 1. 
Lillington Cotton Ginnery, Lillington. 
Stephens & Brown, Lillington, R. 3. 
Hare, N. V., Buie's Creek. 
Johnson, A. L., Lillintgon, R. 1. 
Buchannan, J. B., Broadway R. 2. 
Parish, B. F., Coats. 
Turlington, L. L.. Duke, R. 2. 
Stevens, Johnsnn & Co.,. Angier. 
Salmon, Mrs. M. L., Lillington. 
Dupree, B. F., Cardenas, R. 1. 
Gardner, Benton, Angier. 
Smith, E. S., Lillingtonfi R. 2. 
Adams, Sandy, 'Barelaysville. 
McLeod. N., & Sons, Broadway, R. 1. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
Cammeron, Bessie, Overhills. 
Williams, W. C. R., Little River Academy. 
McCormick, Janie, Lillington, R. 2. 
McCormick, Flora, Bunnlevel, R. 1. 
Oliver, Maggie, Lillington, R. 2. 
Davis, Bessie, Lillington. R. 3. 
Withers, J. H., Mrs., Broadway, R. 1. 
McDonald, D. P., Olivia. 
Cameron, Jennie, Olivia. 
Bland, Daisy, Jonesboro, R. 3. 
Bland, Rosa, Jonesboro, R. 3. 
Young, Beulah, Angier. 
Paschal, Alma. Barclassville. 
Harring, Vera, Angier. 
Rcdfern, J. E., Angier. 
Royster, Irving, Angier. 
Johnson, Lillian .Angier. 
Taylor, Oza, Angier. 
Iseley, Bertha, Angier. 
Stephenson, Estella, Angier. 
Stephenson, F. G., Kipling. 
Chaffin, Nellie, Kiplin. 
Champion, J. D., Fuquay Springs, R. 1. 
Collier, Mamie, Kipling. 
Brown, Myrtle, Kipling. 
Dalton, B. F., Duke. 
Dupree, Mary, Duke. 
Rawlings, Susan, Duke. 
Bostain, Mary, Duke. 
Broom, Nell, Duke. 
McQueen, Flora, Duke. 
Long, Nancy T. , Duke. 
Strickland, Maude, Benson, R. 3. 
Green, P. E., Lillington. R. 1. 
Smith, Rachel, Chalybeate Springs. 
Cade, Jessie. Kipling. 
Stevenson, A. E. Chalybeate Springs. 
Spence, Margie. Kipling. 



Smith. Pearl, Cardenas, It. 1. 

Wells, Annie, Cardenas, It. 1. 

Smith, Lillian, Fuquay Springs, R. 1. 

McLeod, T. II.. Buies creek. 

Johnson, Almira, Fuquay Springs, R. 1. 

Holland, Mittie, Buies Creek. 

Dorman, Rossie, Benson, R. 3. 

Bryan, Jennie B. , Benson, It. 3. 

Young, Oscar S., Coats. 

Messer, Charity, Angier, It. 1. 

Bryan, Mary, Buies Creek. 

Odum, Owen, Coats. 

Bivens, Esther, Coats. 

Coats, Ida, Coats. 

Grimes, Alice, Coats. 

Coggins, Mattie, Coats. 

McLeod, Ralvin, Duke, R. 2. 

Stewart, C. D., Coats. 

Holt, Juanita, Duke, R. 2. 

Nordan, Evritt, Duke, R. 2. 

Bryan, Bettie, Duke, R. 2. 

Edwards, Jennie, Duke, It. 2. 

Turlington, Ora, Duke, R. 2. 

Williams, Alice, Cameron, R. 3. 

McDonald, Belle, Pineview. 

Hare. Frank, Lillington. 

Bayne, T. L., Lillington. 

Elliott, Eugenia. Lillington. 

Toon. Carrie, Lillington. 

Hawes, Katherine, Lillington. 

Davis, Effie, Linden. 

Mrl.auchlin. Margarett, Harnett. 

Campbell, J. A., Buies Creek. 

Campbell. Leslie, Buits Creek. 

(ireen, Mary, Lillington, R. 1. 

Green, Lula, Lillington, R. 1. 

Knowls, F. II., Lillington, R. 1. 

Upehurch, Iola, Lillington, R. 1. 

Byrd, F. D., Bunnlevel. 

Creel, Dora, Bunnlevel. 

Stegall, Sallie, Bunnlevel. 

McKay, Anna, Lillington, R. 3. 

Thomas, Katherine, Broadway, K. 2. 

Mclver, D. R., Broadway, R. 2. 

Townsend, Sara, Broadway, R. 1. 

Moore. Mable, Broadway. R. 1. 

Knight, Bessie, Broadway, R. 2. 

Bryan, Kate, Lillington, R. 3. 

Copeland, Vera, Lillington, R. 2. 

Saterfleld, Annie, Lillington, It. 2. 

McDonald, Mamie, Lillington, It .2. 

Ennis, Charlie, Dunn, R. 5. 

Wilkins, Rebecca, Dunn, R. 5. 

Edwards, Charles A., Dunn, R. 5. 

Coats, Seth, Dunn, It. 5. 

Miller, B. F., Dunn, R. 5. 

Ennis, Hettie, Duke, R. 2. 

Bryan. Rella, Dunn. 

Godwin, Tera, Dunn. 

Williford, Pascal, Dunn, R. 6. 

Stewart, Susan, Dunn, R. 5. 

Ennis. Lindsey, Duke, It. 2. 

Herring, Lucy, Dunn. 

Ray, Mary B., Lillington, R. 3. 

Jackson, Anson, Dunn, R. 4. 

Walker, Adeline, Dunn, R. 4. 

Crumpler, Ilosie, Dunn, R. 4. 

Martin, J. B., Dunn. 

Hassell, Pauline, Dunn. 

Cheatham, Grace, Dunn. 

Jones, Kate, Dunn. 

Williams, Courtney, Dunn. 

Cherry, Annie, Dunn. 

Butcher, Molly, Dunn. 

Floyd. Florence, Dunn. 

Gildersleeves, Laura, Dunn. 

Smith, Kate, Dunn. 

Chapman, Hellen, Dunn. 

McColman. Sallie. Dunn. 



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DUNN GRADED— .1. B. Martin. Sum., 
Dunn. 

ANGLER STATE HIGH— J. E. Redfern, 
Prin., Angier. 

LILLINGTON STATE HIGH— Frank Hare. 
Prin., Lillington. 

COUNTY FARM LIFE— Frank Hare. Supt., 
VVillington. 

PRIN. AXD AGRICULTURIST— T. L. 
Bayne, Lillington. 



LILLINGTON. 

Population. 1910: 600. 

No. white polls, 91; No. colored polls, 12. 
Value real estate and personal property: 
Whites, $289, S72; colored, $3,600. 

TAX RATE: 33 l-3c. on the $100; poll $1. 

Town Officers. 
MAYOR— J. M. Shaw. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— R. H. Jones. 
CLERK— A. M. McLean. 
TREASURER— B. A. Parker. 
TAX COLLECTOR— R. H. Jones. 
STANDARD-KEEPER— J. H. Withers. 
ATTORNEY— A. M. McLean. 
SUPT. OF HEALTH— L. J. Arnold. 
POSTMASTER— J. E. Ligon. 
R. It. AGENT— H. S. Jones, R.. C. & S. 
EXPRESS AGENT— H. S. Jones. 
TELEGRAPH MANAGER— H. S. Jones, W r . 
U. 

TELEPHONE MANAGER— R. H. Jones, Ben- 
son Telephone Co. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— L. L. Hudson. Pastor. 
METHODIST— G. W. Perry, Pastor, Lilling- 
ton Circuit. 

PRESBYTERIAN— J. K. Hall, Pastor. 

Schools and Academies. 
HIGH. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Hotel Caviness. 
Mitchell, Mrs. 
Sexton, Mrs. 
Washburn House. 

Architects. 
Stewart & Avera. 
Shaw, J. M. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF LILLINGTON— D. H. Senter, 
Pres. ; H. T. Spears, Cash. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
Lillington Supply Co. 
Parker Bros. 
Johnson, A. F. & A. M. 
Burwell, L. D. 
Ricks-Bryan Co. 
Johnson. J. D. 

Book Stores. 
Burwell, L. D. 

Butchers and Dealers in Cattle. 
Johnson & Thornton (Cny Meat Market). 
McLead, Walton. 

Carriage Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Ricks-Bryan Co. 

Commission Merchants. 
Fuiiuay, J. N. 

Contractors and Builders. 
Shaw, J. M. 
Oxendine, D. 
Stewart & Avera. 
Johnson, A. Morgan. 
Parker, W. J. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 
Ricks-Bryan Co. 

Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 
Parker Bros. 
Ricks-Bryan Co. 
Johnson, J. D. 
Burwell, L. D. 

Cotton Gins. 
Hockaday & Marsh. 
Salmon. Mrs. M. L. 



Druggists. 
McPherson Drug Co. 
Long-Stewart Drug Co. 

Doctors. 
Halford, J. W. 
Caciness, J. E. 
Arnold, L. J. 

Dry Goods and Notions. 
Parker Bros. 
Johnson, A. F. & A. M. 

Fertilizer Dealers and Manufacturers. 
Kicks-Bryan Co. 
Johnson, J. D. 

Fish and Oyster Dealers. 
City Meat Market. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Lillington Hardware Co. 
Ricks-Bryan Co. 

Grocers. 
Johnson, Willie. 
Johnson, O. L. 
Johnson, A. F. & A. M. 
Ricks-Bryan Co. 
Johnson, J. D. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Lillington Hardware Co. ft 
Johnson. A. F., & A. M. 
Ricks-Bryan Co. 
Johnson, J. D. 

Insurance Agents 
Spears, H. T. (Fire). 

Jewelers. 
Hawley, C. D. 

Lawyers. 
Raggett, Hiram. 
McLean, D. H. 
Byrd, W. P. 
Teague. D. B. 
McLean. D. H., & Son. 
Ross, Chas. 

Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers. 
Stewart & Avera. 

Naval Store Dealers. 
Johnson, J. D. 
Stewart, H. C. 

Paint and Oil Dealers. 
McPherson Drug Co. 
Long-Stewart Drug Co. 

Painters. 
Johnson, Jesse. 
Thomas, Arthur. 

Produce Dealers. 
Parker Bros. 
Johnson, J. D. 
Ricks-Bryan Co. 
Johnson, D. J. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
HARNETT REPORTER (Weekly)— D. B. 
Teague, Editor. 

Real Estate Agents. 
Baeget, Hiram. 
McPherson, A. P. 

Shingle Dealers. 
Ross, Charles, Co. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Evans, Ed. 

Oil Mills. 
Lillington Oil Mill Co. 



DUNN. 

Incorporated in 1S86. 

Population, 1910: White, 1.823. 

Value real estate, $444,860; value personal 
property, $476,359. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— G. K. Grantham. 

POSTMASTER— E. T. Lee. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— N. B. Bass. 

R. R. AGENTS— J. W. Whitehead. A. C. L. ; 
E. J. Hudson, Durham & Southern. 





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Ministers and Churches. 


Hotels and Boarding Houses. 








MKTIIODIST— J. II. Shore, Pastor. 


Young Hotel. 








BAPTIST — Jas. Long, Pastor. 


Central 11 i. 

McLeod House. 
Bill House. 








FREE WILL BAPTIST— J. A. Blaylock, Pas- 
tor. 
CHRISTIAN— B. F. Oden, Pastor. 








Felton, Mrs. E. 

Livery Stables. 

I lodges, J. L. 








PRIMITIVE BAPTIST— W. M. Monses, Pas- 








tor. 


Lane <fc Lane. 








HOLINESS— A. G. Canaiba, Pastor. 


Gerald, T. L., & Son. 








CATHOLIC— Father Irwin. Pastor. 


Ballance, J. H., & Co. 








PRESBYTERIAN— A. R. McQueen, Pastor. 


Hodges, Geo. T. 








Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— J. B. Martin, Supt. 


Newspapers and Editors. 
GUIDE (Weekly)— J. P. Pittman. Editor 
Owner. 


and 






Banks and Bankers. 


DUNN DISPATCH (Weekly)— L. Barbee 






FIRST NATIONAL BANK— P. S. Cooper, 


Pope, Publisher. 








I 'res. ; C. S. Hicks, Cash. 


Laundries. 








BANK OF CAPE FEAR— G. M. Tilghman, 


Sam Jung. 








l'res. ; T. V. Smith, Cash. 


Lawyers. 








• Doctors. 


Clifford & Townsend. 








Sexton, C. H. 
Highsmith, Clias. 
Hicks, I. F. 
Denning, O. L. 


Godwin, II. L. 
Godwin, R. L. 
Wilson, Joe W. 
Young, E. F. 
Bell, W. C. 








Hudson, W. L. 


Smith, Clarence J. 








Warren, R. L. 
Coltrane, W. E. 


Guy, C. L. 

Insurance Agents. 








Dentist. 


Taylor, J. A., & Son. 








Butler, Jas. R. 


Young, M. T. 








Bain, Clarence D. 


Dunn Insurance & Realty Co. 








Druggists. 


Cannaday, Geo. L. 








Wilson & Lee. 


Wade, M. L., Sr. 








Hood & Grantham, (Inc.) 


Smith, Edward, Jr. 








McKay's Pharmacy. 


Manufacturing Plants. 








Jewelers. 


Dunn Hardwood Manufacturing Co. 








Jordan, J. W. 


Newberry Bros. & Cowell. 








McKay, John A., Manufacturing Co. 








General Merchandise. 


Pope, G. F. 








Godwin, F. T. 


Godard Lumber Co. 








Lee, J. M. 


Tilghman Lumber Co. 








Hodges, Geo. T. 


Thornton, J. W. 








Wheeler, R. J. 


Dunn Oil Co. 








Butler Bros. 


Carolina Shuttle Co. 








Marks, S. G. 


Pope & Ballance. 








Jerrigan, R. S. 


Messengill Dupree Co. 








Bell, C. A. 


Dunn Ice & Fuel Co. 








Williams, J. C. 
Racket Store Co. 










DUKE. 






Phillips, J. D. 


Population, 1910: White. 1,800; colored. 


75, 






Johnson Bros. 


total, 1S75. 








Taylor, J. A. 


1'nSTMASTER— E. S. Yarbrough. 








Pursail, R. M. 


R. R. AGENT— D. C. Barbee. D. & S. 








Mattox, H. 0. 


MANAGER TELEGRAPH— D. C. Barbee. 






Barnes, E. G. 


Postal. 








Black, H. A. 


Ministers and Churches. 








Taylor, R. G. 


METHODIST— Frank Culbreth, Pastor. 








Prince, Geo. E. 


BAPTIST— S. W. Oldhan, Pastor. 








Barnes & Holliday Co. 


EPISCOPAL— N. C. Duncan, Pastor. 








Tart, P. G. A. 


PRESBYTERIAN— J. K. Hall. Pastor. 








Fleishman, B., & Bros. 


Schools and Academies. 








Holland, W. D. 


GRADED — B. F. Dalton. 








Adams, W. H. 
Mouses, W. M. 


Banks and Bankers. 








Bell, C. J., & Bro. 


BANK OF HARNETT— B. N. Duke, Pres. ; 






Jones, W. J. 


E. P. Davis, Cash. 








Pearsall, James. 


Doctors. 








Lee-Dupree Hardware Co. 


Holt. W. P. 








Hatcher, J. L. 


Ruff, F. R. 








Pope & Warren. 


Dentist. 








Thompson, J. L., Co. 


Gibbs, W. D. 








Sanders, J. B. 


Insurance Agents. 








Goldstein Co. 


Johnson, W. B. 








Drauhan, J. W. 


McDonald, J. B. 








Parker, E. L., & Son. 


Druggists. 








Wade, Marvin Co., The 


Thomas, E. R., Drug Co. 








Jordan. J. E. 


Merchants. 








Bell, N. A., & Co. 


Hassell-Johnson Co. 








Williams, Frank. 


Catcs, R. C. 








Parker, H. A. 


Barber Shops. 








Hargrove, A. H. 


McKay & Yarborough. 








Jerrigan, R. F., 


Hotels and Boarding Houses. 








Gainey, E. V. 


Duke Hotel. 








Surlett, W. P. 


Johnson House. 







HAKNETT COUNTY 



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Manufacturing Plants. 

Erwin Cotton Mills Co. (Gin, Ice.) 
Moulter, H. V. (Saw Mill.) 
Hospitals. 
Good Hope Hospital. 

Amusements. 

Duke Lyceum. (Moving Pictures, Skating Rink 
and Shooting Gallery. ) 

The "Arauzu" Co. (Merry-go-round.) 
Gant Park. 



BUIE'S CREEK. 

Incorporated in 1903. 

Population, 1910: White, 248; colored, 12; 
total, 260. 

Value real estate, $55,000; value personal 
property, $18,000. 

TAX KATE: 23c. on the $100. 
Town Officers. 

MAYOR— B. P. Marshbanks. 
POSTMASTER— J. F. Blackmail 
CHIEF OF POLICE— W. F. Ennis. 
Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST— J. A. Campbell. G." A. Bain, 
Pastors. D. W. Herring, return missionary 
from China and R. M. Logan, return mission- 
ary from South America. 
M. E. SUPT— \V. A. Forbes 

Schools and Academies. 

BUIE'S CREEK ACADEMY AND BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE— J. A. Campbell. Prin. 

Doctors. 
McKay, J. F. 

Newspapers and Editors. 
LITTLE RIVER RECORD (Monthly)— J. A. 
Campbell, Editor. 

General Merchandise. 
Hatcher, Wm. 
Wagstoff, G. W. 
Upchureh, J. D., & Sou. 

Boarding Houses. 
Bryan, W. M. 
Upchureh, J. D. 
Phillips, W. K., Mrs. 
Burt, J. C, Mrs. 
Williams. J. E., Mrs. 
Ferrell, Maggie, Mrs. 
Yearby, I. L., Mrs. 
Ennis, W. J., Mrs. 
Ennis, W. F.. Mrs. 
Upchureh, J. B., Mrs. 

Livery Stables. 
Upchureh, J. C. 
Upchureh, J. D. 

Lawyers. 
McLead. J. A. 



ANGiER. 



Incorporated in 1901. 

Population, 1914: White, 380; colored, 45; 
total. 425. 

Value real estate, 200,000; value personal 
property, $160,000. 

TAX RATE: 20c. on the $100; 60c. on the 
poll. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— F. F. Dupree. 
POSTMASTER— J. A. Hockaday. 
CHIEF OF POLICE— J. B. Dupree. 
R. R. AGENT— R. C. Spence. 
MANAGER EXPRESS— C. J. Turlington. 

Ministers and Churches. 
BAPTIST— J. A. Campbell, Pastor. 
METHODIST— Frank Culbreth, Pastor. 
PRIMITIVE BAPTIST— J. F. Farmer, Pas- 
tor. 



Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— J. E. Redfern. 

Doctors. 
Young, C. R. 

Druggists. 

Young Bros. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Wiliams, J. C. 

Lawyers. 
Dupree, F. T. 

General Merchants. 
Williams, B. 1". 
Adams & Young. 
Angier Mercantile & Realty Co. 
Gregory, W. H. 
Morris, M. F. 
Love, J. D. 

Overby, R. D., & Bros. 
McLeod, D. A. 
Deal. W. A. 
Honeycutt & King. 

Millinery. 
Dixon, Mrs. J. P. 
McLeod, Mrs. D. A. 

Barber Shops. 
McLeod, Joseph. 
Matthews. .1. B. 

Garages. 
Barbour, Lonnie. 

Manufacturing Plants. 
Williams, J. A., & Bro. 
Gardner Bros. 
Overly, R. D., & Bros. 
Everlasting Window Shade Co. 
Williams, S. W. 

Blacksmith and Repair Shops. 
Adams, D. L. 

Contractors. 

Massengill, .T. W. 
Creech, P. C. 
Price, D. W. 
Ellington, J. T. 



COATS. 

Incorporated in 1905. 

Population, 1913: White, 400; colored, 25; 
total, 425. • 

TAX RATE: 33 l-3c. on the $100. 

Town Officers. 

MAYOR— J. L. Johnson. 

SECRETARY— W. H. Parrish. 

TREASURER— N. T. Patterson. 

COMMISSIONERS— W. H. Parrish and Dr. 
H. C. Roberts. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— John Richardson. 

POSTMASTER— R. O. Stuart. 

R. R. AGENT— J. D. Pope. 

MANAGER EXPRESS AND TELEGRAPH— 
J. D. Pope. 

Ministers and Churches. 

BAPTIST — J. A. Campbell, Pastor. 
PRIMITIVE BAPTIST— J. T. Coats, Elder. 
PRESBYTERIAN— Rev. Lassiter. 

Schools and Academies. 
GRADED— Owen, Odum, Prin. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Stewart, Mrs. Molly. 
Dinning, J. W. 

Banks and Bankers. 
BANK OF COATS— P. S. Cooper. Pres. ; N. 
T. Patterson, Cash. 

Doctors. 
Roberts. H. C. 

Druggists. 
Field. G. S. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Harman. J. R., Bros. 



HARNETT— HA1 WOOD 



Furniture Dealers. 
Stewart, T. V. 

General Merchants. 
Talton, .1. W. 
Pope, P. 1". 
Crone Supply Co. 
Johnson, .1. L., & Co. 
Stewart, T. V. 
Stew nil & Johnson. 
Norris, B. A. 
Byrd, 1.. E. 



Manufacturing Plants. 

Pope, P. F. (Planing Mill and Gin.) 

dials lirick Co. 

Stephen, J. P. (Saw Mill and din.) 
Everlasting Window Shade Co. 
Blacksmith Shops. 
Jones, K. R. 
Pollard, It. R. 

Miscellaneous. 
Parrish, W. II. (Real Estate and Automobiles) 
s wart, T. V. (Live Stock and Automobiles). 
Langdon, E. D. (Live Stock and Livery.) 



HAYWOOD COUNTY 

COUNTY SEAT, WAYNESVI LLE. 



POPULATION— (Census 1910), 21.020. 

Formed in 1808. Named in honor of John Haywood. 

AREA — 470 square miles. 

Value of real estate, $4,584,932; value of personal property, $1,817,535. 

IVoperty listed in 1914, l>v whites. $7,769,854, -by negroes, $21,427. 

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS— For whites, 52; for negroes, 2. 

TAX RATE — County purposes, 18c. on the $100; roads and bridges, 17c; special 

County bonded debt, $25,000. 

PUBLIC ROADS— Number of miles. 300. Worked by taxation and free labor. 

RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Southern Railway, 21.58 miles, assessed value 

Pullman Co., assessed value 

Southern Express Co. , assessed value 

Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., assessed value 

Western Union Telegraph Co. , assessed value 

Waynesville Telephone Co., assessed value 

Tennessee and North Carolina Railroad, 2 miles, assessed value 

Canton Electric and Telephone Co., assessed value 

SUPERIOR COURT TERMS— January IS, May 3 (civil), July 12, September 20. 



20c. 



$844,311.75 
2,985.22 
3,916.00 
1,716.00 
1,716.00 
1,551.90 
4,472.00 
6.000.00 
7,500.00 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLERK OF COURT— Jerry R. Leatherwood, 
Wa ynes ville, 

SHERIFF— W. A. Palmer, Waynesville. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS— Geo. C. Haynes. 

TREASURER— C. B. Atkinson, Waynes- 
ville. 

SURVEYOR— Claud Medford. 

CORONER— H. L. McFadyen. 

SUPT. OF HEALTH— J. R. McCraken, 
Waynesville. 

SUPT. OF SCHOOLS— R. A. Sentell, 
Waynesville. 

SUPT. OF HOME— Albert Howell. Canton, 
Rfd. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION— J. R. Morgan, 
T. L. Gwyn, D. M. Cagle. 

COMMISSIONERS— J. It. Boyd, Waynes- 
ville; G. W. Green, Crabtree; W. H. Hender- 
son, Canton. 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS— James E. Carra- 
way, Waynesville: J. S. Davis, Waynesville, R. 
2; W. T. Denton, Waynesville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

WAYNESVILLE TOWNSHIP— W. J. Haynes, 
Waynesville; J. B. Hoyle, Hazelwood; W. M 
Oxner, Waynesville; N. A. Harrison. Waynes- 
ville: W. T. Reeves, Lake City; J. W. Bynum. 

BEAVERDAM— Mark West, R. H. Sorrels, 
Slansbury W. Smathers, Canton, Chas. A. 
Moore, Canton; Thos. G. Murry, Canton. 

PIGEON— Ira Mease. E. B. Gibson, W. W. 
Wilson, Canton, No. 2. 

EAST FORK— B. F. Sellers, W. R. Gregan, 
George Trull, Cruso. 

CECIL— Jos. Singleton, L. L. Moody, W. H. 
Green, Sunburst. 

CLYDE— L.