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Allen Bros. Real Estate 



Raleigh, N. C. 



Bought, Subdivided, Developed 
Sold at Auction and Privately 



Tt\e North Carolina 

Yearbook 




1922 



fFo>irfff\ PUBLISHED EVERY YEAR BY 

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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 




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THE COLLECTION OF 
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THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAH BOOB 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Page 
Banks and Bankers: 

State Banks 96 

National Ranks 104 

Birth Rate 132 

Cotton Mills 86 

Cordage Mills 94 

County Affairs and Officials 17-36 

Educational Institutions: 
Accredited High Schools and Principals. 
Apportionment of Public School Fund — 

1920-1921 

Colleges and Schools For Negroes 

Denominational Colleges 

Directors Institutional Summer Schools. . 

Orphanages 

Preparatory Schools and Principals .... 

State Institutions 

Superintendents of Graded Schools 

Furniture Factories 

Governors of North Carolina 

Knitting Mills 

Legal Holidays 

North Carolina Day 

North Carolina Fairs 

North Carolina Railroads 

Newspapers and Editors 

Official Vote: 

Congressional Vote — 1920 

Vote For Governor — 1920 

Vote For President— 1920 

Vote For State Officers— 1920 

Platforms: 

Democratic State Platform — 1920 

Republican State Platform— 1920 

Population: 

Population— 1910-1920 

Population North Carolina Cities and 

D Towns— 1900-1920 

Presidents of U. S. Senate 

Political Organizations: 

State Democratic Executive Committee.. 

Republican State Executive Committee. . . 

Practicing Attorneys 

Practicing Dentists 

Practicing Physicians 

Real Estate and Personal Property— 

1920-'21, Value of 

Religious Organizations: 

Baptist Church 

Catholic Church 

Christian Church 

Christian Science Church 

Free. Will Baptist Church 

Jewish Organizations • • 

Methodist Episcopal Church. South 

Methodist Protestant Church 

Moravian Church ■ ■ ■ ■ • 

North Carolina Churches of Christ (Dis- 
ciples) 

Presbyterian Church 

Primitive Baptist Church 

Protestant Episcopal Church 

. Society of Friends 

United Evangelical Lutheran Church 

Secretaries of the Navy 

'Secretaries of State .•••;■• 

Signers of The Declaration ot In- 

d .pendence 

Silk Mills 



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Societies and Organizations: 

American Legion- Department "i North 
Carolina 

Air-Dried North Carolina Pine Club ... 

Association of Counts Superlnl Ddi 

Association of Grammar Teachei - 

Association of High School Ti 

and Principals 

Association "t [ce ('ream Manufactures.. 

Association of Music Teachers 

Association of Primary Teachers 

Association Superior Court Clerks 









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Citizens Highway Association of North 

Carolina 

Eastern Carolina Chamber ol < 

merce 

Farmers Convention 116 

Farmers Educational and Co-Operative 

Union 110 

Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons... 112 

Grand Council Royal Arcanum 112 

Grand Council Royal and Select 

Grand Encampment I. 6. 6. F 112 

Grand Lodge of Masons Ill 

Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. of North 

Carolina 112 

Grand Lodge Knights Of Pythias 

Hardware Association of the Carolinas. . 117 

Jr. O. U. A. M 112 

Medical Society of North Carolina 115 

North Carolina Agricultural Socl ty .... 116 

North Carolina Anti-Saloon League ... 117 
North Carolina Association of Jewish 

Women 1 ' • 

North Carolina Association of Dailies. . . 115 
North Carolina Association of Register 

of Deeds 116 

North Carolina Bankers Association ... II 5 

North Carolina Bar Association 115 

North Carolina Cotton Growers As- 
sociation 116 

North Carolina Conference Epworth 

League 118 

North Carolina Dental Society US 

North Carolina Division Daughters 

The American Revolution 1 ' 

North Carolina Division United Con- 
federate Veterans 110 

North Carolina Division United Daugh- 
ters of The Confederacy HO 

North Carolina Elks Association Ill 

North Carolina Federation of Labor . .. 118 
North Carolina Federation of Won 

Clubs HI 

North Carolina Folk Lore Society 115 

North Carolina Good Roads Association 116 

North Carolina Landowners Association.. 116 
North Carolina League of Women 

Voters "I 

North Carolina Literary and Historical 

Association HI 

North Carolina Merchants \ n. 118 

North Carolina Municipal Association... 118 
North Carolina Pharmaceutical Asso- 
ciation 

North Carolina Press Association 118 

North Carolina Orphans K lactation. ... 115 
North Carolina Societj ol The I 

cinnali "1 

North Carolina Society of Ths Daugh- 
ters of The Revolution 11" 



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North Carolina Society of The Sons of 

Tlio Revolution Ill 

North Carolina State I as Asso- 
ciation 117 

North Carolina Retail Clothiers Asso 

ciation 118 

North Carolina Teachers Assembly .... in 
North Carolina Tobacco Growers Asso- 
ciation 116 

North Carolina Traffic Association .... 118 
North Carolina Wholesale Grocers As- 
sociation 117 

Old Hickory Association, 3(lth Division. 

A. E. F 11" 

Oasis Temple Charlotte 112 

Peanut Growers Association 116 

State Farmers Alliance 115 

Southern Furniture Manufacturers As- 
sociation 117 



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Spanish War Veterans Hi 

Sudan Temple, New Bern 112 

i i Btate Medical Association 115 

Western North Carolina Weekly Press 

\ ociation 115 

Wilmington Charlotte-Ash rille Highway 

Association H6 

Woman's christian Temperance Union... ill 

Speakers of the U. S. House 120 

State Government: 

Executive Department 3-11 

Judicial Department 13-16 

Legislative Department 11-13 

state Treasurers US 

United States Senators 128 

Woolen Mills 94 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



Page 

Allen Bros. Real Estate, Raleigh. .. .Front Cover 
Atlantic Life Insurance Co., Richmond, Va. E 

American Book Co. , New York C 

Baker-Thompson Lumber Co., Raleigh 39 

Barnes Safe & Vault Co., Richmond, Va. . . G 

Bland Hotel, The, Raleigh 10 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., Raleigh ... 33 

Campbell-Warner Co. , Raleigh 15 

Capital Printing Co. , Raleigh 45 

Cherokee Brick Company, Raleigh and Brick- 
haven, N. C D 

Citizens National Bank, The. Raleigh 7 

Commercial National Bank. The. Raleigh... 5 

Commercial Printing Co.. Raleigh Ho 

Darnell and Thomas. Raleigh 107 

Durfey and Marr, Raleigh 41 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Company 

Raleigh 27 

Emerson Drug Co., Baltimore. Md B 

Ginn and Company, New York 117 

Hoen, A., and Company, Richmond. Va. ... D 

llorton's. Raleigh 25 

Hotel Fairfax, Norfolk, Va 2 

Hotel Raleigh. The. Raleigh 21 

Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Com- 
pany, Greensboro 3 

Johnson Publishing Co., Richmond. Va 113 

Kellam Hospital. Richmond. Va G 

King's Business Colleges, Raleigh and Char- 
lotte 47 

Life Insurance Company of Virginia, Rich- 
mond. Ya HI 

McPherson & Barnes, Kaleign F 

Mechanics Savings Bank. Raleigh 49 

Merchants National Bank, Raleigh 49 

Meredith College, Raleigh 109 

Monticello Hotel, Norfolk. Va E 



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Murphy's Hotel, Richmond. Va 129 

McKimmon and McKee, naleigh 79 

Negro Agricultural and Technical College of 

North Carolina, Greensboro 87 

Nelson and Cooper, Architects. Raleigh ... F 

News and Obs .Tver. The. Raleigh 93 

North Carolina College For Women, Greens- 
boro 57 

North Carolina State College of Agriculture 
and Engineering, State College Station, 

Raleigh 65 

O'Quinn. ,T. L. and Co., Raleigh 69 

Parker-Hunter R?alty Co., Raleigh 85 

Peace Institute, Raleigh 101 

Pullen, Henderson and Co., Raleigh, Rich- 
mond and Lynchburg 19 

Raleigh Tanking and Trust Co.. Raleigh 49 

Raleigh Iron Works Co. , Raleigh 35 

Raleigh Real Estate and Trust Company, 

Raleigh 23 

Ricks Hotel, Th.\ Rocky Mount 75 

Shaw University, Raleigh 89 

Simpson, Frank B., Architect. Raleigh .... 59 

Spingler, Raleigh 8 and 12 

St. Augustine School, Raleigh 91 

Stearns Engraving Co., Raleigh 29 

Storr, H. S.. Company. Raleigh 31 

Union Central Life Insurance Co.. The, 

Carey J. Hunter & Bro., Agents. Raleigh.. 97 
University of North Carolina, The, Chapel 

Hill 105 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co Back Cover 

Wake County Savings Bank, Raleigh 13 

White. Howard. Lumber, Raleigh 43 

larborough Hotel. The. Raleigh 11 

York, C. V., Construction Co., Raleigh 11 



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American Agricultural Chemical Company, Raleigh L33 

North Carolina State Fair, Raleigh 136 

Salter, James A., Raleigh 136 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 134 

Sydnor and Hundley, Richmond, Virginia 136 

Sydnor Pump and Well Company, Richmond, Virginia 135 



PRIVATE SECRETARY TO GOVERNOR— 

William H. Richardson, of Wake. 

EXECUTIVE CLERK— Miss Mamie C. Tur- 
ner, of Wake. 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY — Miss Margaret 
V. Willis, of Mecklenburg. 

Department of State. 

SECRETARY OP STATE— J. Bryan Grimes, 
of Pitt. „ „ , 

AUTOMOBILE CLERK— J. E. Sawyer, of 
Wake. ,. . _ 

CORPORATION CLERK— Miss Minnie Bag- 
well, of Wake. 

GRANT CLERK— L. Polk Denmark, of Wake. 

Department State Auditor. 

STATE AUDITOR— Baxter Durham, of 
Wake 

CHIEF CLERK— E. H. Baker, of Franklin. 

CORPORATION CLERK— D. W. Terry, of 
Richmond. _ . 

PENSION CLERK— Mrs. Hattie S. Gay, of 
Wayne. _ _, - 

TRAVELING AUDITOR— W. T. Dixon, of 
Cleveland. 

Department of State Treasurer. 

TREASURER— Benjamin R. Lacy, of V\ 

CHIEF CLERK— W. F. Moody, of Meoklen 
burg. . _, .. 

TELLER— Henry R- Williamson, of Martin. 

INSTITUTION CLERK— J. E. Maloii". Jr , 
of Sampson. 



Department of Education. 

SUPT. OF PUBLIC INSTKI illoX— E. C. 
Brooks, of Pitt. 

CHIEF CLERK— W. II. 1'ittman, of Edge- 
combe. 

CLERK OF LOAN FIND— A. S. Brower, Of 
C^ a r i A.T"T*im 

SUPERVISOR OF TEACHER TRAINING — 
A. T. Allen, of Rowan 

RURAL SCHOOL AGENT— N. C. Ncwbold, 
of Beaufort. 

STATE INSPECTOR OF ri'BLIC IIICH 
si imOLS— J. II. Iligh-mith. of Wake. 

RURAL SCHOOL AGENT— L. C. Bm 
of Wayne 

DIRECTOR COMMUNITY SERVICE— W. C. 
I I m cklenburg. 

SCHOOL FOR ADULT ILLITERATES M) 
Elizabeth Kelly, ol Jackson. 

Department of Justice. 

ATTORNEY- GENERAL James B Manning, 
ol Wake 

assistant &TTORNEJ GENERAL Frank 
\:i h, ol Orarute 

STENOGRAPHER Miss Eugenia B 
Wake. 

Corporation Commission. 

CHAIRMAN W T. Lee, n»- 

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North Carolina K tail Clothlei i \ o- 

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North Carolina T i \ o- 

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North Carolina Traffic Association .... lis 
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sociatlon 117 

Old Hickory Association, 30th Division, 

A. E. F L10 

Temple Charlotte 112 

Peanut Growers Association 116 

State Farmers Alliance 115 

Southern Furniture Manufacturers As- 



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Spanish War Veterans Ill 

Sudan Tempi . New Bem 112 

Tii sta;.' Medical Association 115 

Western North Carolina Weekly Press 

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Wilmington-Charlotte-Ashsville Highway 

Association H° 

Woman's Christian Temperance Union... 114 

Speakers of the U. S. House 120 

State Government: 

Executive Department 3-11 

Judicial Department 13-16 

Legislative Department 11-13 

State Treasurers H8 

United States Senators 128 

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Fairy, Greensboro a 

.Tulitisi.ii Publishing Co., Richmond, Va 113 

Kt'llam Hospital. Richmond. Va G 

King's Business Colleges, Raleigh and Char- 
lotte 47 

Life Insurance Company of Virginia, Rich- 
mond, Va Ill 

MePherson & Barnes, Kalelgn P 

Mechanics Savings Bank. Raleigh 49 

Merchants National Hank. Raleigh 49 

Meredith College, Raleigh 109 

U cello Hotel, Norfolk, Va E 



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Storr, H. S., Company, Raleigh 31 

Union Central Life Insurance Co., The, 

Carey J. Hunter & Bro. . Agents, Raleigh.. 97 
University of North Carolina, The, Chapel 

Hill 105 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co Back Cover 

Wake County Savings Bank, Raleigh 13 

White, Howard, Lumber, Raleigh 43 

V arborough Hotel, The, Raleigh 11 

York, C. V., Construction Co., Raleigh 11 



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GOVERNOR — Cameron Morrison, of Meck- 
lenburg. 

LIEUT-GOVERNOR— W. B. Cooper of New 
Hanover. 

PRIVATE SECRETARY TO GOVERNOR— 
William H. Richardson, of Wake. 

EXECUTIVE CLERK— Miss Mamie C. Tur- 
ner, of Wake. 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY — Miss Margaret 
V. Willis, of Mecklenburg. 

Department of State. 

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

AUTOMOBILE CLERK— J. E. Sawyer, of 
Wake. 

CORPORATION CLERK— Miss Minnie Bag- 
well, of Wake. 

GRANT CLERK— L. Polk Denmark, of Wake. 

Department State Auditor. 

STATE AUDITOR— Baxter Durham, of 
Wake. . „ 

CHIEF CLERK— E. H. Baker, of Franklin 

CORPORATION CLERK— D. W. Terry, of 
Richmond. 

PENSION CLERK— Mrs. Hattie S. Gay, of 
Wayne. _ 

TRAVELING AUDITOR— W. T. Dixon, of 
Cleveland. 

Department of State Treasurer. 

TREASURER— Benjamin R. Lacy, of Wake 

CHIEF CLERK— W. F. Moody, of Meckler 
burg. 

TELLER— Henry R. Williamson, ot Martin. 

INSTITUTION CLERK— J- E. Malonr, .Ir , 
of Sampson. 



BOARD CLERK— O. M. Jones, of Harnett. 
CORPORATION CLERK— Mrs. C. L. Adams, 
of Durham. 

Department of Education. 

STJPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— E. C. 
Brooks, of Pitt. 

CHIEF CLERK— W. H. Pittman, of Edge- 
combe. 

CLERK OF LOAN FUND— A. S. Brower, of 
Cabarrus. 

SUPERVISOR OF TEACHER TRAIN! 
A. T. Allen, of Rowan. 

Kl UAL SCHOOL \i:i:.\T— N. C. New-bold, 
of Beaufort. 

STATE INSPECTOR OF PUBLIC Hloll 
SCHOOLS— J. H. Hlghsmith, oi Wake. 

RURAL SCHOOL AGENT— L. O B 
hi' Wayne, 

DIRECTOR COMMUNITY SERVICE W C 
Crosby, ol Mecklenburg. 

SCHOOL FOB ADULT ELLITEB J 
Elizabeth Kelly, of I 

Department of Justice. 

attorney -i next: K M lining, 

of Wake. 

ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERA] 
Nash, of Oran 

s'l ENOGRAPHER Miss Eugenia Herri 
Wake. 

Corporation Commission. 

CHAIRMAN w T. Lee, B 

COMMISSION] B i I P i 

COMMISSIONER Mien .1 Maxwell, Wake 

CLERK it Self. Raleigh 

RATE CLERK W Q Woi gn 



STATE GOVERNMENT- EXECITIVE DEPARTMENT 



BANK EXAMINER C. Latham, Raleigh. 

CLERK Clyd Taylor, Raleigh. 

Department of Labor and Printing. 

COMMISSIONER \t I- Shlpman, ol Hen 
derson. 

ASSISTANT COMMISSIONKR— Lawrence E. 
ils, of Wake 

STATE lldi. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 
m i. Shlpman, Director, Raleigh; John D. 
Cole, Supt., Asheville; Wade n. Vause, Bupl . 
Mi Dorothy McDowell, Supt. 
Greensboro; Bellamy Harris. Supt., Wilming- 
ton; w T. Carter, Supt., Winston-Salem. 

spate PRINTERS Bynum Printing Co., 
Capita] Printing Co., Commercial Printing Co., 
Edwards and broughton Printing Co., Mitchell 
Printing Co 

Department of Agriculture. 

COMMISSIONER— W. A. Graham, Lincoln. 
BETAR1 AND PURCHASING AGENT - 
l\. W. Barnes, Wilson. 

CHIEF CLERK— Miss S. D. Jones, Raleigh. 

DIRECTOR EXPERIMENT STATION— B. 
W. Kilgore, Raleigh. 

(TKATtlK MUSEUM— H. H. Brimley, Ra- 
leigh 

\ ETERINARIAN— William Moore, Raleigh. 

ENTOMOLOGIST — Franklin Sherman, Ra- 
leigh. 

STATE FOOD AND OIL CHEMIST— W. M. 
Allen, Raleigh. 

STATE DEMONSTRATION AGENT— C. R. 
Hudson, Raleigh. 

AGRONOMIST— C. B. Williams, Raleigh. 

MARKETS— B. F. Brown. Chief, Raleigh. 

ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Dan T. Gray, Chief, 
Raleigh. 

DRAINAGE ENGINEER— H. M. Lynde, Ra- 
leigh. 

Insurance Department. 

COMMISSIONER— Stacey W. Wade, of 
Carteret. 

DEPUTY COMMISSIONER— S. F. Camp- 
bell, of Wake. 

Ai'TVARY— E. T. Burr, of Wake. 

CHIEF CLERK— A. L. Fletcher, of Wake. 

CASHIER AND TAX CLERK— Miss Ida 
Montgomery, of Warren. 

LICENSE AND RECORD CLERK— Miss 
Era Powell, of Wake. 

FIRE MARSHAL DEPARTMENT— Deputy 
and Investigator. W. A. Scott, of Guilford; F. 
M Jordan, of Buncombe. 

DEPUTY, FIRE PREVENTION EXPERT— 
Sherwood Broekwell. of Wake 

DEPUTY, ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR— N. 
E. Cannadv. of Granville. 

PUBLICITY. FIRE PREVENTION— Andrew 
.Toyner. of Guilford. 

Department of Revenue. 
COMMISSIONER— A. D. Watts. Iredell. 
CHIEF CLERK— O S Thompson. Wa'- ■ 
DEPUTY' COMMISSIONER— Luke Lamb, 
Martin. 

Adlutant General's Department. 

GENERAL JOHN VAN B. METTS, Raleigh. 

MAJOR (JORDAN SMITH. Asst. Adjt. Gen., 
Raleigh. 

State Highway Commission 

CHAIRMAN— Frank Page. Raleigh. 

state HIGHWAY ENGINEER— Charles M 
FJpham, Raleigh. 

SUPT. MECHANICAL DIVISION— Charles 
I). Fanner. Raleigh 

ATTORNEY— W E. Cohoon. Elizabeth City. 
Commission rs: 

Pirsl District— W. E. Hart. Tarboro. 

Second District — J. E. Cameron. Kinston. 

Third District W A. McGirt, Wilmington, 
b District — John Sprunt Hill, Durham. 

Fifth District -J. Elwood Cox, High Point. 

Sixth District— W. E. Wilkinson, Charlotte. 

Seventh District — R. A. Doughton, Sparta. 

Eighth District — John C. McBee, Bakersville. 



Ninth District — J. G. Stikeleather, Asheville. 

Commissioner Public Welfare. 
MRS. CLARENCE JOHNSON. Raleigh. 

State's Prison. 
GEORGE R. POU, Supt., Raleigh. 
S. II. BUSBEE, Warden, Raleigh. 

Soldiers' Home. 
J. A. WIGGS. Supt., Raleigh. 

State Hospital. 
DR. ALBERT ANDERSON, Supt., Raleigh. 

State Board of Health. 
J. HOWELL WAY. M.D., Pres., Waynesville. 
RICHARD H. LEWIS, M.D., L.L.D., Ra- 
leigh. 

CHARLES E. WADDELL, C.E., Asheville. 
THOMAS E. ANDERSON, M.D., Statesville. 
A. J. CROWELL, M.D.. Charlotte 
(HAS. O'H. LAUGHINGHOUSE, M.D., 
Greenville. 

CYRUS THOMPSON. M.D., Jacksonville. 

F. It. HARRIS. M.D., Henderson. 

E. J. TUCKER. D.D.S.. Roxboro. 
Executive Staff at Raleigh: 

W. S. RANKIN, M.D., Secretary State 
Board of Health and State Health Officer. 

RONALD B. WILSON, Assistant to the Sec- 
retary. 

C. A. SHORE, M.D., Director State Labor- 
atory of Hygiene. 

L. B. McBRAYER, M.D., Superintendent of 
the State Sanatorium for Treatment of 
Tuberculosis and Chief Bureau of Tuber- 
culosis. 

G. M. COOPER. M.D., Chief of Medical In- 
spection of Schools. 

K E. MILLER, M.D., Directory of County 

Health Work. 
MISS ROSE M. EHRENFELD. R.N., Chief. 

of Bureau of Public Health Nursing and 

Infant Hygiene 
H. E. MILLER, C.E., Chief of Bureau of 

Engineering and Inspection. 

F. M. REGISTER, M.D., Deputy State 
Registrar of Vital Statistics. 

J. S. MITCHENER, M.D., Chief of Bureau 
of Epidemiology. 

Historical Commission 

CHAIRMAN— J. Bryan Grimes, Raleigh. 

COMMISSIONERS— M. C. S Noble. Chapel 
Hill; Frank Wood, Edenton ; D. H. Hill. Ra- 
leigh; Thomas M. Pittman. Henderson. 

SECRETARY— D. H. Hill. Raleigh. 

LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE LIBRARIAN— 
Henry M. London. Raleigh. 

COLLECTOR FOR HALL OF HISTORY— 
Fred A. Olds, Raleigh. 

Budget Commission. 

GOV. CAMERON MORRISON. Chairman. 

W. N. EVERETT, of Rockingham. 

R. A. DOUGHTON. of Sparta. 

L. R. VARSER of Lumberton. 

R. S. McCOIN, of Henderson. 

R. A. DEWAR. of Andrews. 
State Library. 

LIBRARIAN— Miss Carrie Broughton, Ra- 
leigh. 

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN— Mrs. Bessie King, 
Raleigh. 

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN— Miss A. Weath- 
ers, Raleigh. 

Library Commission. 

CHAIRMAN— Annie F. Petty, Wilkesboro. 

TREASURER— Carrie L. Broughton, Raleigh. 

COMMISSIONERS— Charles Lee Smith. Ra- 
leigh ; A. M. Scales, Greensboro ; E. C. Brooks, 
Raleigh. 

SECRETARY AND DIRECTOR— Miss Mary 
B. Palmer. Raleigh. 

LIBRARIAN— Mary S. Yates, Greensboro. 
Trustees State Library. 

The Governor, Superintendent of Public In- 
struction, Secretary of State. 



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B. S. JERMAN. President. 

CAREY J. HUNTER, Vice-President. 

E. B. CROW, Active Vice-President. 



A. P. BAUMAN. Cashier. 

B. H. LITTLE. Assistant Cashier. 

J. M. SHERWOOD, Assistant Cashier. 



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Governor's Council. 
mry oi Sun. ■. Auditor, and 

Buperlnti udenl oi Public Instruction, and At- 
torney-General i legal adviser Execu- 
tive Department. 

State Board of Education. 
The Qoyi rnor, E4< 

ate, Auditor, Tree itirer, Sup. 
dent ol Public Instruction and Attorney-Gen- 
eral 

State Board of Pensions. 
The Govi rnor, Auditor and Attorney-General. 

County Board of Pensions. 

The Clerk of the Court and three ex-Con 

federate soldiers appoint.'. i i..v tin- state Auditor. 

Board of Public Buildings and Grounds. 

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

Printing Commission. 
The Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor, 
I tit. Superintendent Public instruction 
and Attorney-General. 



STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS. 
G Lamb, chin., Williamston. 
Clarence Call, Wilkesboro. 
II. T. Claywell, Morgauton. 
W. .1. Davis, llendersonville. 
p.. S, Boyster, oxford 



BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 

W. A Graham, ex officio Chairman. Raleigh. 
First District— F. P. Latham, Raleigh. 

i District — J. J. Harris. Washington. 
Third District— R. L. Woodard, Oriental. 
Fourth District Clarence Pue. Raleigh. 
Fifth District— R. \V. Scott, Mebane. 

District— A. T. McCallum, Red Sprint's. 

th District — C. C. Wright, Wilkesboro. 

Eighth District — II. Q. Alexander, Matthews. 

Ninth District — L. B. McLelland. Statesville. 

Tenth District — A. Cannon, Horse Shoe. 



STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES AND 
PUBLIC WELFARE. 

M. L. Kesler, Thomasvtlle, 
Carey J. Hunter, Raleigh 

Mrs. Walter F. W lard, Wilson. 

W. A.' Blair. Winston-Salem 
Mrs. Thomas W. Lingle, Davidson. 
Mrs. J. W. Pless, Marion 
A W. McAlister, Greensboro. 



FISHERIES COMMISSION. 
J. C. Baum, Poplar Branch. 
E i:. Freeman, Wilmington. 
J, K. Dixon. Trenton 
W. o. Saunders. Elizabeth Citv. 



STATE GEOLOGICAL BOARD. 
John H. Small. Beaufort. 
C. C. Smoot, Wilkesboro. 
F. R. Hewett, Ash. 
s. Westrav Battle, Asheville. 



NORTH CAROLINA COTTON COMMISSION. 

A. W. McLean, Lumherton. 

R. O. Everett, Durham. 

L. J Baker. Palmyra. 

(Commission was created in 1921 to act in 
conjunction with similar Commissions in other 
Southern States.) 



TEXT BOOK COMMISSION. 
T. Wingate Andrews, Salisbury. 
N F. Steppe. Marion. 
Miss Jane C. Sullivan. Asheville. 
Thomas R. Foust, Greensl 
Miss Mary Graham, Charlotte. 
Miss Celeste Henkel, Statesville. 
C. S. Warren. Hamlet. 



MUNICIPAL BOARD OF CONTROL. 

Chairman — James S. Manning. Raleigh. 
Secretary — J. Bryan Grimes, Raleigh. 



MOUNT MITCHELL PARK COMMISSION. 

Locke Craig, Asheville. 

.1 S. Holmes, Chapel Hill. 

i: F. Watson, Burnsville. 

C A. Webb, Asheville. 

.1 S Carr, Durham. 

George T. Winston, Asheville. 



N. C. GEOLOGICAL AND ECONOMIC 
SURVEY. 

State Geologist — Joseph Hyde Pratt. Chapel 
1J ill. 

state Forester — J. S. Holmes, Chapel Hill. 

Secretary — Miss Minnie Queen, Chapel Hill. 

Cameron Morrison. Ex officio Chairman, Ra- 
leigh. 

M mbers of Board — Prank Hewett, Asheville. 
R. G. Lassiter, Oxford ; John Sprunt Hill, Dur- 
ham; C. C. Smoot, 3d., North Wilkesboro. 



DIRECTORS NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE 
FOR WOMEN, GREENSBORO. 

E. E. Britton, Raleigh. 

H. G. Chatham, Winston- Salem. 

A. J. Connor. Rich Square. 

J. L. Nelson. Lenoir. 

Joseph Rosenthal, Goldsboro. 

Mrs. Minnie Mclver Brown, Chadbourn. 

C. H. Mebane, Newton. 

J. D. Murphy, Asheville. 

Mrs. Junius Grimes, Washington. 

Mrs. R. J. Reynolds, Winston-Salem. 

Miss Easdale Shaw, Rockingham. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS N. C. STATE COL- 
LEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND 
ENGINEERING. 

P. S. Boyd. Mooresville. 

T. T. Thome, Rocky Mount. 

H. L. Stevens. Warsaw. 

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

T. T. Ballinger, Tryon. 
O. L. Clark, Clarkton. 
M. B. Stickley, Concord. 
Clarence Poe. Raleigh. 
W. H. Williamson, Raleigh. 
W. R. Bonsol, Hamlet. 

D. R. Noland, Crabtree. 

Claud B. Williams, Elizabeth City. 

Junius F. Diggs, Rockingham. 

E. R. Johnson, Currituck. 
W. S. Lee, Charlotte. 

Charles L. Tomlinson, High Point. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF SAMARCAND 
MANOR. 
President — A. A. McGeachy, D.D., Charlotte. 
Vice-President — E. Delia Dixon-Carroll. Ra- 
leigh. 

Sec. and Treas. — Mrs. J. R. Page. Aberdeen. 
Mrs. W. S. Everett. Rockingham. 



TRUSTEES A. AND T. COLLEGE, 
GREENSBORO. 

Frank Armfleld. Concord. 

S. P. Collier, Jr., Winston-Salem. 

J. H. Coward, Ayden. 

F. W. Dunlap, Wadesboro. 

J. J. Farriss, High Point. 

M. C. S. Noble, Chapel Hill. 

A. M. Scales, Greensboro. 

C. M. Vanstory, Greensboro. 

W. L. Poteat, Wake Forest. 



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Our Savings Department 

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Savings Accounts — Payable Quarterly. The most careful attention 

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DIRECTORS STATE PRISON. 

James A. Leak, Chm., Wadesboro. 
A. L. Bullock. Rowland. 
Richard M. Chatham, Elkin. 
E. B. Ficklen, Greenville. 
\V. M. Saunders. Smithfleld. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH 

CAROLINA. 

Cameron Morrison, Governor, President ex 
officio of the Board of Trustees. 

E. C. Brooks. Superintendent of Public In- 
structidn. member ex officio of th> Board of 
Trustees. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Acting Secretary. 
Executive Committee : 

Cameron Morrison, ex officio. Chairman ; E. 
C. Brooks, Claudius Dockery, J. W. Graham. 
.1. Bryan Grimes, Walter Murphy, R. H. Lewis, 
C. L. Smith. Charles Whedbee. J. S. Man- 
ning, F. D. Winston. W. N. Everett. W. P. 
lyimm. .7. S. Carr, Josephus Daniels, A. M 
Scales. 

Members of the Board. 

Thomas Contee Bowie, West Jefferson. 
William E. Breese, Brevard. 
Bennehan Cameron, Stagville. 
James Lester DeLaney, Charlotte. 
Adolphus Hill Eller, Winston-Salem. 
John William Pries, Winston-Salem. 
George Kenneth Grantham, Dunn. 
Charles Felix Harvey. Kinston. 
John A. Hendrix. Marshall. 
William Lanier Hill, Warsaw. 
George Allan Holderness, Tarboro 
John C. Lamb, Williamston. 
Richard Harry Lewis, Raleigh. 
Henry M. London, Raleigh. 
Addison Goodloe Mangum, Gastonia. 
James Smith Manning, Raleigh. 
John Archibald Parker. Charlotte. 
John J. Parker. Monroe. 
Robert Let? Smith. Albemarle. 
George S. St.'ele Rockingham. 
Walter Frank Taylor, Goldsboro. 
Thomas Davis Warren. New Bern. 
B. B. Williams. Warrenton. 
John Kenyon Wilson. Elizabeth City 
Stanley Winborne, Murfreesboro. 
David Colin Barnes, Murfreesboro. 
Perrin Busbee. Raleigh. 
Julian Shakespeare Carr, Durham. 
John Somerville Cunningham, Durham. 
Josephus Daniels Raleigh. 
William Dunn. Jr., New Bern. 
Augustus Washington Graham, Oxford. 
G«orge Chancellor Green, Weldon. 
Harry Percy Crier, Statesville. 
John Bryan Grimes, Raleigh. 
Alexander Hawkins Graham. Hillsboro. 



Ijuther Thompson Hartsell. Concord. 

Rufus Lafayette Haymore, Mount Airy. 

John Wetmore Hinsdale, Jr., Raleigh 

Franklin P. Hobgood, Oxford. 

William Stamps Howard, Tarooro. 

Maxey L. John. Laurinburg. 

Paul Jones Long, Jackson. 

John Hall Manning. Kinston. 

Angus Wilton McLean, Lumberton 

George McNeill Rose, Fayetteville. 

James Sprunt. Wilmington. 

Julian Knox Warren, Trenton. 

Lindsey Warren, Washington. 

Benjamin Leonidas Banks. Gatesville. 

William Hyslop Sumner Burgwyn, Woodland. 

William Preston Bynum. Greensboro. 

Burton Craig, Winston-Salem 

Reuben Oscar Everett. Durham. 

John Washington Graham. Hillsboro. 

James Lee Hyatt. Burnsville. 

Benjamin Kittrell Lassiter. Oxford. 

Stahle Linn, Salisbury. 

Frank A. Linnev. Boone. 

Jacob Elmer Long. Graham 

Walter Murphy. Salisbury. 

Henry Allison Page, Aberdeen. 

Edgar Walker Pharr, Charlotte. 

Tasker Polk. Warrenton. 

Robert Burwell Rcdwnit. Monroe. 

Alexander Abe Shuford. Jr.. Hickory. 

Charles Lee Smith. Raleigh. 

Eugene Jackson Tucker, Roxboro 

Zeb Vance Walser. Lexington. 

Leslie Weil. Goldsboro. 

Charles Whedbee. Hertford. 

John Nestor Wilson, Greensboro. 

Francis Donnell Winston, Windsor. 

Albert Edgar Woltz, Gastonia. 

Thomas Hall Battle Rocky Mount. 

James McEntire Carson. Rutherfordton. 

Frederick Jackson Coxe, Wadesboro 

Willie Reid Dalton, Reidsville. 

Cladius Dockery, Troy. 

Rufus Alexander Doughton, Sparta. 

William Nash Everett, Rockingham. 

James T Exum. Snow Hill. 

Ephraim Lash Gaither. Mocksville 

Thomas Jackson Gold, High Point. 

James Alexander Gray. Winston -Salem. 

John Sprunt Hill. Durham. 

Charles Andrew Jonas. Lineolnton. 

Josiah Crudup Kittrell, Henderson. 

Julian Smith Mann. Fairfield. 

John Henry Pearson, Jr , Morganton. 

Willie Mangum Person. Louisburg. 

Augustus Hobson Price Salisbury. 

James Dick Proctor, Lumberton. 

Alfred Moore Scales. Greensboro. 

Dorman Thompson, Statesvile. 

Graham Woodard. Wilson. 

Clement Gillespie Wright, Greensboro 



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THE YARBOROUGH 



RALEIGH'S LEADING AND LARGEST HOTEL 



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RATES: 

Rooms $1.50 to $3.50 



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES EAST CAROLINA 

TEACHERS TRAINING SCHOOL, 

GREENVILLE. 

C. Harding, Greenville. 

B. Leigh Elizabeth City. 

McDowell, Scotland Neck. 

T. Ormond, Kinston. 

L. McLeod, Maxton. 
.1. R. Bannerman, Burgavv. 
Cray R. King, Nashville. 
A. B. Andrews. Raleigh. 
Rudolph Duffy, Jacksonville. 
E. C. Brooks. State Supt. Public Instruc- 
tion, Chairman Ex Officio. 



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES STONEWALL JACK- 
SON MANUAL TRAINING AND 
INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 
CONCORD. 

J. P. Cook. Chm.. Concord. 

.Tno. J. Blair, Secretary. Raleigh. 

E. P. Wharton, Greensboro. 

D. B. Coltrane, Treas., Concord. 

H. A. Royster, M. D., Raleigh. 

R. O. Everett, Durham. 

Herman Cone. Greensboro. 

Mrs. W. H. S. Burgwyn. Raleigh. 

Mrs. A. B. Coble, Statesville. 

Mrs. D. Y. Cooper, Henderson. 

Mrs. W. N. Reynolds. Winston. 

Miss Easdale Shaw. Rockingham. 

Mrs. I. W. Faison, Charlotte. 

Mrs. T. W. Bickett. Ralelzh. 



DIRECTORS STATE SCHOOL FOR THE 
BLIND AND DEAF, RALEIGH. 

R. S. Busbee, Raleigh. 
Charles W. Home, Clayton. 
A. L. McNeill. Sanford. 
Dr. W. A. Rogers, Franklin. 
Richard R. Boyd. Warrenton. 
H. II. McDendon. Wadesboro 
Joseph E. Pogue, Raleigh. 



Mrs. B. H. Griffin. Raleigh 
J. T. Rowland, Raleigh 
J. T. Alderman. Henderson. 
C. M. Wilson, Wilsons Mills. 



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DIRECTORS CASWELL TRAINING SCHOOL, 
KINSTON. 
Anderson, Wilson. 
P. Bunn. Bailey. 
Dr. I W. Faison, Charlotte. 
Dr. .7. L. McMillan. Red Springs. 
W. P. Parsons. Wadesboro 
Mrs. S. P. Sitters,, ii. Km 
James K. McMahon. Raleigh. 
Dr. M. R. Stephenson, Seaboard. 

DIRECTORS STATE SCHOOL FOR THE 

DEAF AND BLIND. MORGANTON. 
James F. Barrett. Asheville. 
.lanniss Morrill. Faiilklainl 
W. W. Neal. Marion 
J. L. Scott, Jr.. Craham. 
W. R Whitson, Asheville. 
Mrs. I. I'. Jeter. Morgan ton. 
A. C Miller. Shelby. 



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DIRECTORS STATE HOSPITAL. 
GOLDSBORO. 
P. Aycock, Pantego 
H. M. Blue. Laurinburg. 
C M. Carr. Durham 
II V. Horton, Win, I, ,n Salem. 
F. P.. McKlnne, Louisburg. 
Nathan O'Berry. Goldsboro. 
II C McQueen, Wllmlngl 
John 1>. Robinson. Wallace. 

DIRECTORS STATE HOSPITAL. 
MORGANTON 

.1 k Boyd, Waynesvllle. 
C. E. Brooks, Hendersoni 

Mrs. E. c stair,, r, i. Asheville. 
C. C. Cranford, Ashi I 



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RALEIGH, N. C. 

Fire-Proof and Strickly Modern — Most Desirable Location — Only one 
Block from Shopping District and a Half Block From Post Office — 
Two Blocks from Union Station. 

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J. H. Giles, Glen Alpine. 
G. S. Kirby. Marion. 
S. M. Robinson, Gastonia. 
John M. Scott, Charlotte. 
C. P. Wharton, Greensboro. 



DIRECTORS STATE HOSPITAL, 
RALEIGH. 

James H. Bridgers, Henderson. 

Joseph G. Brown, Raleigh 

Leslie B. Adams, Windsor. 

Felix Harvey, Kinston. 

George Howard, Tarboro. 

Walter L. Parsons, Rockingham. 

L. R Varser, Luruberton. 

John F. Wiley. Durham. 

Mrs. Marshall F. Williams, Faison. 



TRUSTEES ORTHOPOEDIC HOSPITAL, 
GASTONIA. 

Charles B. Armstrong, Gastonia 
W. C. Bivens, Wadesboro. 
Archibald Johnson. Thomasville. 
R. B. Babington, Gastonia. 
George Blanton, Shelby 
F. C. Harding, Greenville. 
R. R. Ray, McAdenville. 
J. Lee Robinson, Gastonia. 
Morgan B Spier, Charlotte. 



TRUSTEES SOLDIERS HOME. RALEIGH. 

YV. J. Andrews, Raleigh. 
Miss Martha Haywood, Raleigh. 
Armstead Jones, Raleigh. 
Mrs. R. E. Little, Wadesboro. 
Julian S. Carr, Durh-Mi>. 
Baxter Durham, Raleigh. 
Claude Barbee, Raleigh. 



DIRECTORS CONFEDERATE WOMAN'S 
HOME, FAYETTEVILLE. 

James A. Bryan. New Bern 
W. E. McGill. Fayetteville. 
J. W. McLaughlin Sanford. 
T. T Thorne, Rocky Mount. 
George M. Rose. Fayetteville. 
W. H. White, Oxford. 



TRUSTEES MOSES H. CONE MEMORIAL 
HOSPITAL. 

Hugh G. Chatham, Elkln. 

J. Elwood Cox, High Point. 

J. Lindsay Patterson, Winston- Salem. 



DIRECTORS A. & N. C. RAILROAD. 

Officers : 
President — C D. Bradham. New Bern. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Stamps Howard, 

Tarboro. 
Attorney — W. F. Evans, Raleigh. 
State's Proxy — W. C. Petty, Charlotte. 
Auditor — Charles V. Webh. Morehead City. 
State Expert — T. Bodie Ward, Wilson. 



Finance Commission — J. Y. Joyner, LaGrange ; 

W. M. Webb. Morehead City; John S. 

Weskett, Bayboro. 
Directors : 

C D. Bradham. New Bern. 
H. T. Bateman, Wilson. 
T. Austin Finch, Thomasville. 
M. L. Jones. Goldsboro. 
Courtney Mitchell, Kinston. 
W H. McElwee, Raleigh. 
David F. McKinney, Louisburg. 
Joseph F. Patterson, New Bern. 



DIRECTORS NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

Officers: 

President — Wade H. Harris Charlotte. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Archibald Johnson, 
Thomasville. 

State Expert — Charles F Dalton, Charlotte. 

State's Proxy — Benj. J. Smith, Charlotte. 

Attorney — R. N. Hatckett, North Wilkesboro. 
Directors: 

John F. Bowles. Statesville. 

W T. Brown. Winston-Salem. 

C. W. Johnston. Charlotte. 

Robert Lassiter, Charlotte. 

R. H. W. Stone, Greensboro. 

Wiliam Weill. Charlotte 

Gilbert C. White, Durham. 



STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS. 

President — William P. Holt, M.D., Duke. 
Sec. -Treas. — Kemp P. B. Bonner, M.D., 
Morehead City. 

William P. Holt, M.D.. Duke. 
Lester A. Crowell M.D.. Lincolnton. 
Kemp P. B. Bonner. M.D.. Morehead City. 
J. Gerald Murphy, M.D., Wilmington. 
Lucius N. Glenn, M.D. , Gastonia. 
William M. Jones, M.D., Greensboro. 
Clarence A. Shore, M.D., Raleigh. 



BOARD OF ARCHITECTURAL EXAMINATION 
AND REGISTRATION. 

W. C. Northup, Winston-Salem. 
W. G. Rogers, Charlotte 
W. H. Lord. Asheville. 
Harry Barton, Greensboro. 
Jas. F. Gause, Jr., Wilmington. 



STATE BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY 

J. J. Bernard, Raleigh. 
Charles K. Goodno. Raleigh. 
John B. McCabe, Wilmington. 
George G. Scott, Charlotte. 



STATE BOARD CHIROPRATIC EXAMINERS 

I. C. Carlson, Greensboro. 
Eugene L Cox. Winston -Salem. 
William P. Love, Charlotte. 



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STATE BOARD OF REGISTRATION OF 

ENGINEERS AND LAND SURVEYORS 
P. H. Daggett, Chapel Hill. 
N. C. Mullican, Mocksvllle. 
Harry St George Tucker. Raleigh. 
Chares E. Waddell. Asheville. 
Gilbert C. White, Durham. 



BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS. 
J. Martin Fleming. Raleigh. 
F. L. Hunt, Asheville. 



STATE EXAMINERS IN OPTOMETRY. 

Fred N. Day, Winston-Salem. 
F. C. Roberts, Charlotte. 
A. G Spingler, Raleigh. 
Sam Levy, Charlotte. 



STATE VETERINARY BOARD. 

L. J. Herring, Wilson. 
A. C. Jones, High Point 



BOARD OF NAVIGATION AND PILOTAGE. 
C. C. Chadbourn. Wilmington. 
Richard Dosher. Southport 
Henry C. McQueen, Wilmington. 
James Sprunt, Wilmington. 
Thomas F. Wood. Wilmington. 



STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY. 
Kelley E. Bennett, rirysnn City. 
C. P. Gillyer, Morganton. 
Ira W. Rose, Rocky Mount. 
Edward V. Moeller, Tarhoro 

STATE BOARD OF OSTEOPATHIC 
EXAMINERS. 

S. W. Huffman. Statesville. 

F. R Heine. Greens I 

W. E. Crutehfii'ld. Greensboro 



STATE STANDARD KEEPER. 
T. F. Erockwell, Raleigh. 



State Government 

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SENATORS. 

First District — Stanley Winhorne (D.), Mur- 
freesboro; Dr. E. J. Griffin. (D.), Edenton. 

Second District— Harry W. Stubbs (D.), Wil- 
liamston; H. L. Swain (D.), Columbia. 

Third District— W. H. S. Burgwyn (D.), 
Woodland. 

Fourth District — Paul Jones (D.), Tarboro: 
W. L. Long (D.), Roanoke Rapids. 

Fifth District— N. W. Outlaw (D.). Green- 
ville. , _ , 

Sixth District — F. B. McKinne (D.), Louis- 
burg; T. W. Williams (D.), Elm City. 

Seventh District — Luther Hamilton (D.), 
Morehead City; J. S. Hargett (D.), Trenton. 

Eighth District— W. F. Taylor (D.), Golds- 
boro. 

Ninth District — W 
Point. 

Tenth District — Kenneth 
Wilmington. 

Eleventh District — E. 
(D. ), Elizabethtown. 

Twelfth District— L. R. Varser (D.), Lumber- 
ton. 

Thirteenth District— Dr. 
(D.), Fayetteville. 

Fourteenth District — James Raynor 
Benson; W. P. Byrd (R.), Lillington. 

Fifteenth District— Leon S. Brassfield 'D.) 
Raleigh. 

Sixteenth District— R. S. 
derson. 

Seventeenth District — L. 
Roxboro. 



A. Brown (D.), Rocky 
O. Burgwin (D.), 



F. McCulloch, Jr., 



J. Vance McGougan 
(R.). 



McCoin (D.). Hen- 
M. Carlton (D.). 



R. Walker 
Mendenhall 



(D.). 

(D). 



Eighteenth District — Bennehan Cameron (D.) 
Stagville; J. Elmer Long (D.). Graham 

Nineteenth District — Wm. 
Spray. 

Twentieth District^-O. E 
High Point. 

Twenty-first District— L M Blue 
Gibson; W. L. Parsons (D.). Rockingham. 

Twenty-second District — Clifford N. Cox (R. ). 
Asheboro. 

Twenty-third District— Frank L Dunlap (D.), 
Wadesboro; J. Walter Lambeth ID.). Tb 
ville. 

Twenty-fourth District— L. T. Hartaell (D.), 
Concord; J. L. DeLaney (D.). Charlotte. 

Twenty-fifth Districts-Walter li- Woodson, 
(D.), Salisbury. 

Twenty-sixth District— A. P. 
Winston-Salem. 

Twenty-seventh District — C. M. 
(resigned), Walnut Cove. 

Twenty-eighth District— L B 
(R. ) , Wilkesboro. 

Twentv-ninth District — John A 
(D.), Statesville. 

Thirtieth District— W. A H 
Newton. 

Thirty-first District — Carl E. Carpenter 
Gastonia. 

Thirty se id Di trli I Sol m m Gauerl 

Butherfordton; B. M Oates 
ville. 

Thirtv-third D 
Marlon; N M Patton 



Sams 

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STATE GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT 




132 Fayetteville 
Street 



Thirty-fourth District — Dr. W. J. Robinson 
(R.), Creston. 

Thirty-fifth District — J. Coleman Ramsey 
(R. ), Marshall. 

Thirty-sixth District — Marcus Ervvin (D. ), 
Asheville. 

Thirty-seventh District — M. D. Kinsland (D.), 
Waynesville. 

Thirty-eighth District— R. A. Dewar (R. ), 
Andrews. 

OFFICERS. 

PRESIDENT— \V. ... Cooper, Wilmington. 

PRESIDENT PRO TEM.— W. L. Long, 
Roanoke Rapids. 

PRINCIPAL CLERK— Frank D. Hackett, 
North Wilkesboro. 

READING CLERK— C. C. liroughton, Troy. 

ENGROSSING CLERK— Joseph J. Mackay, 
Jr.. Raleigh. 

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS— W. D. Gasker, Fay- 
etteville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Alamance — W. P. Lawrence (D.), Elon Col- 
lege. 

Alexander— J. T. Linney (R.), Hiddenite. 

Alleghany— R. A. Doughton ID.). Sparta. 

Anson — B. E. Bennett (D.). Wadesboro. 

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

Avery — T. C. Hicks (R. ), Minneapolis. 

Beaufort— W. M. Butt (D.), Bomurton. 

Bertie — J. H. Matthews (D.), Windsor. 

Bladen — L. D. Melvin (D.), Parkersburg. 

Brunswick — E. H. Smith (R. ), Southport. 

Buncombe — Luke H. Young (D.), Leicester; 
Mrs. Exum Clement Stafford, D.), Asheville. 

Burke — Jos. B. Cooper (R.), Connelly 
Springs. 

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

Caldwell— A. A. Williams (R.), Lenoir. 

Camden — W. J. Morrisette (D.), Camden. 

Carteret — D. M. Jones (R. ), Beaufort. 

Caswell— John E. Tucker (D.), Yanceyville. 

Catawba — J. A. Propst (R. ), Conover. 

Chatham— Leon T. Lane (D.). Ore Hill. 

Cherokee — F. O. Christopher (R. ), Murphy. 

Chowan— W. W. Bunch (D.), Tyner. 

Claj^Alex O. Bradley (R. ), Hayesville. 

Cleveland— Peyton McSwain (D.), Shelby. 

Columbus— J. R. Williamson (D.), Cerro 
Gordo. 

Craven— W. F. Ward (D.), New Bern. 

Cumberland— E. J. Kennedy (D.), Fayette- 
ville. 

Currituck — E. R. Johnson (D.). Currituck. 

Dare — B. G. Crisp (D.), Manteo. 

Davidson — Ben F. Lee (R. ). Lexington. 

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

Duplin— E. J. Hill (D. ). Warsaw. 

Durham — R. 0. Everett (D.) Durham; F. 
L. Fuller, Jr.. (D.), Durham. 

Edgecombe — R. T. Fountain (D.). Rocky 
Mount. 



, Forsyth— R. M. Cox (D.). Rural Hall: C. E. 
| Hamilton (D.), Winston-Salem. 

Franklin — John B. King (D. ), Youngsville. 

Gaston — A. E. Woltz (D.), Gastonia; H. B. 
Gaston (D.), Belmont. 

Gates— R. W. Gatling (D.), Gatesville. 

Graham — T. J. Graham (R. ), Hrock. 

Granville — B. W. Parham (D.), Oxford. 

Greene— J. T. Exum (D.), Snow Hill. 

Guilford — J. A. Austin (D.) High Point: 
T. E. Whitaker (D.), Guilford Colloge; C. G. 
Wright (D.). Greensboro. 

Halifax— J. H. Darden (D.), Spring Hill; 
F. M. Taylor (D.). Brinkleyville. 

Harnett — N. A. Townsend (D.), Dunn. 

Haywood — W. H. Henderson (D. ) , Canton. 

Henderson — R. C. Clark (R.), Hendersonville. 

Hertford — D. C. Barnes (D.), Murfreesboro. 

Hoke — Oscar Leach (O.). Raeford. 

Hyde— C. L. Bell (D.), Swan Quarter. 

Iredell— H. P. Grier (D.), Statesville; Dr. 
Reid R. Morrison (D.), Statesville. 

Jackson — John B. Ensley (R. ), Dillsboro. 

Johnston — Paul D. Grady (D.). Kenly; J. 
W. Barnes (D.), Clayton. 

Jones — T. C. Whitaker (D.), Trenton. 

Lee — Dr. W. A. Monroe (D.), Sanford. 

Lenoir — J. G. Dawson (D.), Kinston. 

Lincoln — A. L. Quickel (D.), Lincolnton. 

Macon — W. A. Rogers (D.), Franklin. 

Madison — John A. Hendrix (R. ). Marshall. 

Martin — Clayton Moore (D.), Williamston. 

McDowell— W. W. Neal (D.). Marion. 

Mecklenburg— E. W. Pharr (D.), Charlotte; 
W. R. Matthews (D.), Charlotte; R. M. Person 
(D.), Charlotte. 

Miti ■hell— John C. McBee( R.), Bakersville. 

Montgomery — E. R. Burt (D.), Biscoe. 

Moore — Georgo R. Ro^s (D. ), Jackson Springs. 

Nash— M. V. Barnhill (D.). Rocky Mount; 
M. B. Glover (D.), Bailey. 

Now Hanover — Emmett H. Bellamy (D.). 
Wihnington. 

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

Onslow — E. H. Walton (D.). Jacksonville. 

Orange— A. H. Graham (D. ). Hillsboro. 

Pamlico — Geo. C. Dees (D.). Grantsboro. 

Pasquotank — C. A. Cooke (D.), Elizabeth 
City. 

Pender — Leslie Johnson (D.), Burgaw. 

Perquimans— Dr. E. S. White (D.). Bel- 
videre. 

Person — J. C. Pass (R.). Roxboro. 

Pitt — Julius Brown (D.), Greenville: R. V. 
Smith (D.). Avden. 

Polk— C. O. Ridings (D.). R. F. D.. Finger- 
ville, S. C. 

Randolph— J. E. Spence (R.). Bennett. 

Richmond — W. N. Everett (D.). Rocking- 
ham. 

Robeson— N. B. McArthur (D.). Red Springs; 
N. W. Jenkins (D. ), Fairmont. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT 






WAKE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK 



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INTEREST 

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Thos. H. Britftf'-. President 

W. B. Grimes, Vice-President 

W. W. Vass, Cashier 

Wm. P. Little, Assistant Cashier 



Compounded Quarterly 



RALEIGH, N. C. 



Rockingham— M. D. Holderby (D. ). Ruffln: 
J. W. Walker (D.). Reidsville. 

Rowan — Water Murphy (D.), Salisbury; W. 
C. Coughenour (D.), Salisbury. 

Rutherford— C. F. Cline (D.). Gilkey. 

Sanyjson — T. E. Owens (R. ), Clinton. 

Scotland — A. E. Shaw (D.). Wagram. 

Stanly — A. I. Huneycutt (R. ). Badin. 

Stokes — H. McGee (R. ). Germanton. 

Surry— S. O. McGuire (R.). Elkin. 

Swain — W. Gentry Hall (R. ). Ravensford. 

Transylvania — Ralph R. Fisher (R. ), Brevard. 

Tyrrell— H. S. Swain (D.). Columbia. 

Union--— T. F. Limerick (D.). Monroe; Earl 
Ezzell (D. ), Waxhaw. 

Vance— R. B. Taylor (D.). Townsville. 

Wake — J. M. Tempi ton. Jr., (D.), Kaleigh; 
C. A. Gosney (D.), Raleigh; G. W. Mumford 
(resigned), (U.), Raleigh. 

Warren — J. M. Coleman (D.), Macon. 



Washington — Van B. Martin (1) ). Plymouth. 

Watauga— i;laine Coffey (R. ). ShuUs Mills. 

Wayne— R. P. Uzzell (1).). Goldsboro; A. 
W. Byrd (D.), Mt. Olive. 

Wilkes— C. 11. Cowles (R. ). Wilkesboro. 

Wilson— H. G. Connor. Jr.. (D.). Wilson. 

Yadkin — Dr. C. G. Bryant, (resigned), (Hi. 
Jon.svilie. 

Yancey— J. P. Gibbs (R.). Burnsville. 

OFFICERS. 

SPEAKER— Harry P. Grier. Statesville. 

PRINCIPAL CLERK— Alex. Lassiter. Au- 
lander. 

READING CLERK— David P. Dellinger, 
Cherryville. 

KXGROSSING CLERK— Otis P. Shell. 1' 

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS — Walter Green. 
Greensboro. 



State Government 

(JUDICIAL,) 



The Supreme Court 

Walter Clark, of Wake, Chief Justice. 

Piatt D. Walker, of Mecklenburg. Associate 
Justice. 

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

W. P. Stacy, of New Hanover, Associate 
Justice. 

W. J. Adams, of Moore. Associate Justice. 

J. L. Seawell, Clerk, Raleigh. 

Edward C. Seawell, Deputy Clerk, Raleigh. 

Marshall DeL. Haywood. Marshal and Li- 
brarian, Raleigh. 

Robert C. Strong, Reporter, Raleigh. 

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. 



Judges of Superior Courts 

First District — W. M. Bond. Edenton. 
Second District — George W. Connor, Wilson. 
Third District — John H. Kerr, Wanenton. 
Fourth — District — F. A. Daniels. Goldsboio. 
Fifth District — J. Loyd Horton, Farmville. 
Sixth District — Oliver H. Allen, Kinston. 
Seventh District — Thos. H. Calvert. Raleigh. 
Eighth District — E. H. Cranmer. Southport 
Ninth District — C. C. Lyon, Elizabethtown. 
Tenth District — W. A. Devin, Oxford. 
Eleventh District— H. P. Lane. Reidsville. 
Twelfth District— Thos. J. Shaw. Greensboro. 
Thirteenth District— W. E. Brock. Wades- 
boro. 



Fourteenth District — W. F. Harding, Char- 
lotte. 

Fifteenth District — I!. F. Long. Statesvllle 

Sixteenth District— J. L. Webb, Sbelby. 

Seventeenth District — T. B. Finlcy, Wilkes- 
boro. 

Eighteenth District — J. Bis Bay. Burnsville. 

Nineteenth District — P. A. McElroy, Mar- 
shall. 

Twentieth District — T. D. Bryson. B 
City. 

Emergency Judoes. 

George H. Brown. Washington. 

Garland Ferguson. Waynesvillc. 



Solicitors 



First District— J. C. B. Khringhaus. Eliza- 
beth City. ,„ v , „, 

Second District— Richard G. Allsbrook. Tar- 
boro. 

Third District — Garland E. Mldyette, Jack- 
son. 

Fourth District— Walter 1> Slier, 

Fifth District — Jesse II. Davis. New B 

Sixth District- .1 A Powi rs, K 

Sev nth District— H. B. Norris. Raleigh. 

Eighth District— Woodus R Hum, W'i'i 
ton. 

Ninth District- S B M : IXtOli. 

Tenth District s m Gattls, Hll 

Eleventh Distrin s P Grai 
Airy. 

Twelfth District John C Bower, Lexington. 

Thirteenth District M w \j h Hai 

F< ,uri. enth District <'• W Wll 

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Fifteenth District — Hoyden Clement, Salis- 

Sixtecuth District — R. L. Huffman, Morgan- 
ton. 

Seyente nth District — Johnspn J. Hayes, 
North Wilkesboro. 

Eighteenth District— G. D. Bailey, Toledo. 

Nineteenth District — George M. Pritchard, 
Marshall. 

Twentieth District — Gilmer A. Jones, Frank- 
lin. 



Superior Courts for 1922 

First Judicial District. 

Spring Term — Judge F. A. Daniels. Golds- 
boro. 

Fall Term — Judge J. H. Kerr, Warrenton. 

Solicitor — J. C. B. Ehringhaus, Elizabeth 
City. 

Currituck — March 6, May 1. September 4. 

Camden — March 13, September 25. 

Pasquotank — January 2, February 13, March 
20, September 18, November 6, November 13. 

Perquimans — January 23, April 17, Oc- 
tober 30. 

Chowan — April 3, September 11, December 4. 

Gates — March 27, July 31. December 11. 

Dare — May 29. October 16. 

Tyrrell — January — 30, April 24, November 27. 

Hyde — May 22, October 17. 

Beaufort — January 16, February 20. April 10, 
May 8, July 24, October 2, November 20, 
December 18. 

Second Judicial District. 

Spring Term — J Boyd Horton, Farmvllle. 

Fall Term — Judge F. A. Daniels, Goldsboro. 

Solicitor — Richard G. Allsbrook, Tarboro. 

Edgecombe — March 6, April 2, May, 30, Sep- 
tember 11, November 13. 

Martin — March 20, June 19, September 18, 
December 11. 

Nash — January 23, February 20, March 13, 
April 24, May 22, August 28, October 9, 
November 27. 

Washignton — January 9. April 17, July 10, 
October 16. 

Wilson — February 6, May 15, June 26, Sep- 
tember 4, October 2, October 30, December 18. 
Third Judicial District. 

Spring Term — Judge Oliver H. Allen, Kins- 
ton. 

Fall Term — Judge J Loyd Horton, Faim- 
ville. 

Solicitor — Garland E. Midyette, Jackson. 

Hertford — February 27, April 17, August 7, 
October 16. 

Bertie — February 13, May 8. August 28, 
November 13. 

Northampton — April 3, July 31, November 13. 

Halifax — January 30, March 20, May 29, 
August 14, November 27. 

Warren — January 16, May 22, September 18. 

Vance — March 6, June 19, October 2. 

Fourth Judicial District. 

Spring Term — Judge Thomas H. Calvert, 
Raleigh. 

Fall Term — Judge Oliver H. Allen, Kinston. 

Solicitor— W. D. Siler, Pittsboro. 

Wayne — January 23. April 10, May 29, Au- 
gust 21, October 9, November 27. 

Johnston — February 20, March 13, April 24, 
August 14, September 25, December 11. 

Harnett — January 9, February 6, May 22, 
September 4, November 13. 

Chatham — January 16, March 20, May 15, 
July 31. October 23. 

Bee — March 27, May 8, July 17, September 
18, October 30. 

Fifth Judicial District. 

Spring Term — Judge E. H. Cranmer, South- 
port. 

Fall Term — Judge Thomas H. Calvert, Ra- 
leigh. 

Solicitor — Jesse H. Davis, New Bern. 



I Pitt— January 16, February 20, March 20, 
April 17, May 22, August 21, September 11, 
September 25. October 23. 

Craven— January 9, February 6, April 10, 
May 15, June 5, September 4. October 2, 
November 20. 

Pamlico — May 1, November 6. 

Jones — April 3, September 18. 

Carteret— January 30. March 13. June 12 
October 16, December 4. 

Greene — February 27, June 26, December 11. 
Sixth Judicial District. 

Spruig Term— Judge C. C. Byon, Elizabeth- 
town. 

Fall Term — Judge E. H. Cranmer, Southport. 

Solicitor — J.- A. Powers, Kinston 

Duplin — January 9, March 27, August 28, 
November 20 

Benoir — January 13. February 20, April 10, 
May 22. June 12, August 21, October 16, No- 
vember 6, December 11. 

Sampson — January 30, March 7, April 25. 
August 8, September 19, October 23. 

Onslow— March 6, April 17, July 17, October 
9, December 4. 

Seventh Judicial District. 

Spring Term — Judge W. A. Devin, Oxford. 

Fall Term — Judge C. C. Byon, Elizabeth- 
town. 

Solicitor — H. E. Norris, Raleigh. 

Wake — January 9, January 30. February 6, 
March 6, April 10. May 1. May 22 June 5. 
July 11, September 11, October, 2, November 
6, December 11. 

Franklin— January 16, February 20, May, 15. 
August 2§, October 16, November 13. . 

Eighth Judicial District. 

Spring Term — Judge W. M. Bond, Edenton. 

Fall Term— Judge W. A. Devin, Oxford. 

Solicitor — Woodus Kellum, Wilmington. 

New Hanover — January 16, February 6, 
March 6, March 20, April 17, May 15. May 29, 
June 12, July 24. September 11 September 
18, October 16, November 13, December 4. 

Pender' — January 23, March 27, May 22, 
September 25, October 30. 

Columbus — January 30, February 20. May 1, 
August 21, November 20, December 18. 

Brunswick — January 9, April 10, June 19, 
September 4. October 2. 

Ninth Judicial District. 

Spring Term — Judge George W. Connor, Wil- 
son. 

Fall Term — Judge W. M. Bond, Edenton. 

Solicitor— S. B. McBean, Maxton. 

Bladen — January 9, March 13, April 24, 
August 9, October 16. 

Cumberland — January 16, February 13, March 
20, May 1. May 29, August 28, September 18. 
October 23, November 20. 

Hoke — January 23, April 17, August 14, 
November 27. 

Robeson — January 20, February 6, March 27, 
May 15, July 10, September 4. October 2, No- 
vember 6, December 4. 

Tenth Judicial District. 

Spring Term — Judge John H. Kerr, Warren- 
ton. 

Fall Term— Judge George W. Connor, Wil- 
son. 

Solicitor— S. M. Gattis, Hillsboro. 

Alamance — March 6, March 27, May 15, May 
29, August 21, September 11, November 27. 

Durham — January 9, February 27, March 6, 
May 1. May 22, June 19, August 28, Sep- 
tember 25, November 6, December 11. 

Granville — February 13, April 10. July 24, 
November 13. 

Orange — April 3, May 8, September 4, De- 
cember 4. 

1' lson — February 6, April 24, August 14, 
October 16. 



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Eleventh Judicial District. 

Spring Term — Judge W. F. Harding, Char- 
lotte. 

Fall Term — Judge W. E. Broek, Wadesboro. 

Solicitor — S. P. Graves, Mount Airy. 

Ashe— April 10. July 10, October 16. 

Alleghany — May 8, September 25. 

Surry — February 6, April 24, August 28, 
October 23. 

Forsyth — January S. February 13, March 13, 
May 22. July 24, September 11. October 2, 
November 7, December 11. 

Rockingham — January 23, February 27, May 
15. June 19, August 7, November 20. 

Caswell — April 3, August 21, December 4. 

Twelfth Judicial District. 

Spring Term — Judge B. F. Long, Statesville. 

Fall Term— Judge W. F. Harding, Char- 
lotte. 

Solicitor — John C. Brower, Lexington. 

Guilford — January 16, February 13, March 13, 
April 17. May 1, May 15. June 5. June 19. 
August 14, August 21, September 4, Septem- 
ber 18. October 2, November 6, December 4. 

Davidson — February, 27, May 8, July 31, No- 
vember 20. 

Stokes — April 3. April 10. July 17, October 
23, October 30. 

Thirteenth Judicial District. 

Spring Term — Judge J. L. Webb. Shelby. 

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

Solicitor — M. W. Nash. Hamlet. 

Union — January 30, February 20, March 27. 
May 8, July 31. October 16. 

Anson — January 16, March 6, April 17. 
June 12, September 11. October 2. Novem 
ber 13. 

Scotland — March 13, May 1, June 5, Octo- 
ber 30, November 27. 

Moore — January 23, February 13, May 22, 
August 14, September 18, December 11. 



Richmond — January 9. March 20, April 10. 
May 29. June 19. July 18, September 4, No- 
vember 6, December 1 

Stanly — February 6, April 17, May 15, July 
10. October 16. November 20. 

Fourteenth Judicial District. 

Spring Term— Judge T. I!. Flnley, Wilkes- 
boro. 

Fall Term— Judge J. L. Webb, Shelby. 

Solicitor — G. W. Wilson, Gastonia 

Gaston — January 16, January 23, March 20. 
April 17, June 5. August 11. August 21, 
September 18. October 23. December i. 

Mecklenburg — Januarv 9, February C. Feb- 
ruary 27, March 6. April 3, May 1. May 15. 
May 22. June 12. .lime 19. July 10, August 
8, September 4. October 2. October 9. Octo- 
ber 30. November 13. 

Fifteenth Judicial District. 

Spring Term— Judge .1 lii* Kay, Burnsyllle. 

Fall Term— Judge T. B. Flnley, Wilkesboro. 

Solicitor— Hayden Clement, Salisbury. 

Iredell— January 3d. March 13. May 1.".. July 
31. November 6. 

Cabarrus— January 9. Februarj 27. April 21. 
August 1 1. October 16. 

Randolph— March 20. July 17. Sei 
December 4. 

Rowan— February 13, March 6, m 
tember 11. Novi 1 

Montgomery- January 23. April 10, July 10, 
September 2.") 

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Sixteenth Judicial District. 

Spring Term Judgi P A McElroj U 
shall. 

Fall Term- Judge .1 Bl IU\ Burnsrilie, 

Solicitor K L 11 ion. 

Polk April 17. September 18 

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Lincoln — January 30. July 17, October 16. 

Burki — March 13. August 7, October 2, De- 
cember i. 

Caldwell February 27. May 22, August 21, 
Niivt'inbiT 13. 

Seventeenth Judicial District. 

Spring Term — Judge T. B. Bryson, Bryson 
City. 

Pal] Term — Judge P. A. McElroy, Marshall. 

Solicitor — John J. Hayes, North Wilkesboro. 

Mitchell— April 10, July 31, November 13. 

Watauga — March 27, September 4. 

Wilkes— March 6, May 29, August 7, Oc- 
tober 2. 

AJ.exand.3r — February 20, September 18. 

Yadkin — February 27, August 21, Novem- 
ber 27. 

Catawba — February 6. May 8. July 3, Octo- 
ber 30. 

ivery — April 24, July 17, October 16. 

Davie — March 20, May 22, August 28, De- 
cember 4. 

Eighteenth Judicial District. 

Spring Term — Judge 11. P. Lane, Beidsville. 

Fall Term — Judge T. B. Bryson, Bryson City. 

Solicitor — G. D. Bailey. Toledo. 

Transylvania — April 17, July 24, November 27. 

Henderson — March 6, May 29, October 2, 
November 13. 

Rutherford — February 6, May 1, August 21, 
October 16. 

McDowell — January 23, February 20, July 10, 
September 18. 

Yancey — March 27. August 7. October 30. 
Nineteenth Judicial District. 

Spring Term — Judge Thomas J. Shaw, 
Greensboro. 

Fall Term — Judge H. P. Lane, Reidsville. 

Solicitor — George M. Pritehard, Marshal. 

Buncombe — January 9. February 6. March 6. 
April 3, May 1, June 5, July 10, July 31, Sep- 
tember 4, October 2, November 6, December 4. 

Madison — February 27. March 27, April 24, 
May 1, August 21, September 24, October 23, 
November 27. 

Twentieth Judicial District. 

Spring Term — Judge W. E. Brock, Wades- 
boro. 

Solicitor — Gilmer A. Jones, Franklin. 

Fall Term — Judge Thomas J. Shaw, Greens- 
boro. 

Cherokee — January 23, April 3. August 7. 
November 6. 

Graham — March 20, June 5, September 4. 



Swain — March 6, July 24, October 23. 
Haywood — January 9, February 6, May 8. 
July 1(1, September 18. 

Jackson — February 20, May 22, October 9. 
Macon — April 24. August 21, November 20. 
Clay — April 17, October 2. 



North 



Federal Courts in 
Carolina 

Eastern District. 

Judge — H. G. Connor, Wilson. 

Clerk — S. A. Ashe. Raleigh. 

Deputy Clerk — C. M. Symmer. Wilmington. 

Deputy Clerk — J. T. Thompson, Elizabeth 
City. 

Deputy Clerk— A T. Willis, New Bern. 

Deputy Clerk — Arthur Mayo, Washington. 

Washington — Third Monday it April and 
October. 

New Bern — Fourth Monday in April and 
October. 

Wilmington — Second Monday after the Fourth 
Monday in April and October. 

Raleigh — First Monday in March and Sep 
tember. Fourth Monday after the fourth Mon- 
day in April and October. 

Wilson — First Monday in April and October. 

Laurinburg — Monday preceding last Monday 
in March and Septembr. 

Elizabeth City — Second Monday in April and 
October. 

Western District. 

Judge — James E. Boyd. Greensboro. 

Judge— E. Y\ Webb. Shelby. 

Clerk — R. L. Blaylock. Greensboro 

Deputy Clerk — Mrs. E. Freeman, Greensboro. 

Deputy Clerk — J. Y. Jordan. Asheville. 

Deputy Clerk — O. L. McLurd. Asheville. 

Deputy Clerk— J. B. Gill, Statesville. 

Deputy Clerk— E. S. Williams, Charlotte. 

D puty Clerk — Milton McNeil. Wilkesboro. 

Greensboro — First Mondays in June and De- 
cember. 

Statesville — Third Mondays in April and Oc- 
tober 

Salisbury — Fourth Mondays in April and Oc- 
tober. 

Asheville — First Mondays in May and No- 
vember. 

Wilkesboro — Fourth Mondays in May and 
November. 

Charlotte — First Mondays in April- and Oc- 
tober. 



North Carolina Fairs and Secretaries 



Greensboro — J. 
Greenville — W. 
Henderson — C. 
Hickory — Mrs. 



Cherokee — J. L. W'alters. Murphy. 

Clinton — T. B. Smith, Clinton. 

Dunn — T. L. Riddle, Dunn. 

Elizabeth City — W. B. Goodwin, Elizabeth 
City. 

Fayetteville — R. M. Jackson, Fayetteville. 

Gastonia — Fred M. Allen, Gastonia. 

Goldsboro — F. L. Costex, Goldsboro. 
L. King, Greensboro. 
H. Dail. Jr. Greenville. 
M. Hight, Henderson. 
Q. E. Herman, Hickory. 

Kinston — W. D. Hood, Kinston. 

Louisburg — A. H. Fleming, Louisburg. 

Lumberton — W. O. Thompson, I.umberton. 

Mebane — J. B. Johnstun. Mebane. 

Mount Airy — E. M. Linville, Mount Airy. 

New Bern — A. T. Willis, New Bern. 

Oxford — J. E. Jackson, Oxford. 

Pinehurst — Charles W. Picqnet. Pinehurst. 

Raleigh— (State Fair)— Joseph E. Pogue. Ra- 
leigh. 

Rockingham — A. G. Corpening. Rockingham. 

Rocky Mount — P. C. Shore, Rocky Mount. 

Roxboro — R. P. Burns. Roxboro. 

Spruce Pine — W. M. Wiseman, Spruce Pine. 



Tarboro — C. A. Johnson, Tarboro. 
Wilson— L. S. Radley. Wilson. 
W'inston-Salem — F. J. Lipfert. W'inston-Salem. 
Woodland — I. T. Blanchard. Woodland. 



LEGAL HOLIDAYS IN NORTH CAROLINA. 

January 1 — New Year's Day. 

January 19 — Lee's Birthday. 

February 22 — Washington's Birthday. 

April 12 — Anniversary of the resolutions 
adopted by the Provincial Congress of North 
Carolina at Halifax in 1776. instructing the 
North Carolina delegates in the Continental 
Congress to vote for a declaration of indepen- 
dence. 

May 10 — Confederate Memorial Day. 

May 20 — Mecklenburg Declaration of Inde- 
pendence. 

July 4 — Independenc> Day. 

September (first Monday) — Labor Day. 

November (Tuesday after first Monday) — 
General Election Day. 

November 11 — Armistice Day. 

November (last Thursday) — Thanksgiving 
Day. 

December 25 — Christmas. 



COUNTY AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS 



County Affairs and Officials 



ALAMANCE 

COUNTY SEAT, GRAHAM. 

Clerk Superior Court— D. J. Walker, Burling- 
ton. 

Register of Deeds— B. M. Rogers, Graham. 

Sheriff— C. D. Story, Burlington. 

Coroner — Dr. R. M. Troxler, Burlington. 

Surveyor— L. H. Holt, Burlington. R. F. D. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. W. R. Goley, Graham. 

Supt. of Schools— M. C. Terrell, Burlington. 

Supt. Public Welfare— Dr. P. H. Fleming, 
Graham. 

Farm Demonstration Agent — W. K. Scott, 
Graham. . 

Home Demonstration Agent — Edna Reinhardt. 
Graham. 

Hoard of Elections— Dr. W. S. Long, Chm.. 

Graham. „ „ ,^. 

County Commissioners — E. P. Dixon. Saxa- 
pahaw; Charles D. Johnson, Elon College; J. 
T Love, Burlington; J. H. Wilkins, Burling- 
ton. R. 2. ; W. O. Warren, Mebane. 

County Board of Education — J. L. Scott, 
Burlington; S. E. Tate. Mebane. R. 4: Mrs. 
J A Long, Haw River: Dr. VV. A Harper, 
Elon College; Mrs. E. S. Parker, Graham. 

ALEXANDER 

COUNTY SEAT. TAYLORSVILLE. 

" Clerk Superior Court— A. M. Matheson, Tay- 
lorsville. _ m , 

Register of Deeds— J. P. Crouch. Taylors- 
ville. , 

Sheriff— W. H. Carson, Taylorsville. 

Treasurer — J. M. Little, Taylorsville. 

Coroner— R. B. Smith, Taylorsville. 

Surveyor— A. T. Moretz, Taylorsville. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. S. T. Crowson, Tay- 

° Sunt 6 ' of Schools— C. H. Gryder, Taylorsville. 
Supt. Public Welfare— C. H. Gryder. Tay- 

°Demonstration Agent— N. A. Miller, Taylors- 

villc 

Hoard of Elections— Jacob Moser, Chm., Tay- 

County Commissioners— W. F. Mayberry, 
Hiddenib, R. 1; Leander St. Clair, Taylors- 
ville R 5; W. A. Hollar, Dealville. 

Board of Education— A. C. Payne, Taylors- 
ville; A. C. Deal, Dealville; V. W. Teague. 
Taylorsville; J. M. Little, Treas., Taylorsville. 

Highway Commission— A. C. Payne, Chm , 
Taylorsville; A. C. Deal, Dealville; V. W. 
Teague Taylorsville, R. 6. ; C. W. Mayberry. 
Hidden'ite. R. 1; Leander St. Clair, Taylors- 
ville. R. 5; W. A. Hollar, Dealville. 

ALLEGHANY 

COUNTY SEAT. SPARTA. 

Clerk Superior Court— S. F. Thompson. 

'Register of Deeds— E. L. McMillan. Sparta. 
Sheriff— J. R. Crouse, Sparta. 
Treasurer — A. F. Rives. Sparta. 
- Coroner— H. D. Estep. Stratford. 
Surveyor— J. N. Brooks. Sparta. 
Supt. of Health— J. L. Doughton. Sparta. 
Supt. of Schools— John M. Cheek. Sparta. 
Sunt. Public Welfare— John M. Cheek, Sparta. 
Board of Elections— E. L. Williams. Chm., 

SC Countv Commissioners— W. F. Thompson, 
Laurel Springs; D. C. Duncan, Sparta; S. F. 
Halsey. Piney Creek. • _ 

Board of Education— M. A. Higgins. Eunice 
F M Osborn. Stratford; John Gambil. In- 
dependence, Va. ; J. R. Crouse, Treas Sparta. 

Highway Commission— W. F. Thompson 
Laurel Springs; D. C. Duncan. Sparta; S. i> 
Halsey. Pinev Creek. 



ANSON 



COUNTY SEAT. WADESBORO. 

Clerk Superior Court — W. K. Boggan, \\ 
boro. 

Register o( Deeds — B. H. Crowd r. Wl 
boro. 

Sheriff— W. s. Braswell. Wadesboro. 

Treasurer S. n Gaddy. Anso n ille. 

Coroner C C Mil!-. Wadesboro. 

Supt. of Health Dr. J. II. Bennett, v. 
boro. 

Supt. of Schools — R. W. All 

Supt. Public Welfare It. W. Allen, H 
boi o 

Demonstration Agenl .1 W. Cameron. Folk- 
ti in 

Some Demonstration Agent — Mrs. Bcsaland 
Redfearn, Wadesl oro 

Board of Elections -W. Henry Liles, I 
Wadesboro 

County Commissioners — C. P. Griffin. P 
land. li. F. D. ; B. It. Shankle, P 
R. D. : Ben. H. Walls. Lilesvill 

Hoard of Education— J. P. Ratlin". W 
boro; J. P. Klker. Wadesboro: J. L. Little, 
Morven ; S. II. Gaddy, Treas., W i 

Highway Commission— Hoard ol Count. 
missioners. 



ASHE 

COUNTY SEAT, JEFFERSON. 

Clerk Superior Court— J. D. Stansbury. Lan- 
sing. 

Register of Deeds; — M. C. Roark. Jefferson. 

Sheriff — J. W. Hampton, Lan 

Treasurer — W. T. Miller, Cli 

Coroner — Dr. Manley Blevins. West Jefferson. 

Surveyor — B. F. Kilby, Grayson. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. Manley Blevins. West 
Jefferson. 

Supt, of Schools— C. M. Dickson. Silas 
Creek 

Board of Elections— J. E. Uamoill, ( bm . 
Crumpler. ' 

County Commissioners— J. M. Wellborn. 
Fleetwood; J. W. Graybeal. Fig; J. C. Craw- 
ford. Obids. 

Board of Education— H. C. Tucker, w i 
Jefferson: G. C. Green, Othello; Dr 
Gambil] West Jefferson; Jess Gentry, Nathan's 
Creek; W. T. Miller. Trea ' Ifton. 

Highway Commission— s G. Parsons chin. 
Jefferson;' J. P. Scott. Jefferson: G. B. Grim. 
Jefferson: B. E. Reeves. Jefferson. 



AVERY 

COUNTY SEAT. NEWLAND. 

Clerk Superior Court— J. F. Puckett, 
neapolis. 

Register of Deeds S W. Blalock. Newland 

Sheriff— J. iD. Braswell. Hughes. 

Treasurer— M. G. Teater, Elk Park. 

Coroner— Dr. E. n. Sloope. Crossn 

supt. of School. Frank E. Edmondson, 
New land. 

Sunt Public Welfare- Mrs. Lillian Edmund 
son. Newland 

Demonstration Agent J. W. Goodman, Jr 
New land. 

County Commissioners A r ta.eE 
Aitamont: A. W Ray, Newland; « i Cooper, 
Minneapolis. 

i;,,anl ol BducaUon a P Brlnkli 

Park; Henrj T n ian '• I l! ' 

Wiseman, [ngalls; M. G. Tea BU 

Park 

ii imay Commission Board of Counts 
I i missioners, 



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BEAUFORT 



COUNTY SEAT. WASHINGTON. 

Clerk Superior Court — GeorRe A. Paul. Wash- 
ington. 

Register of Deeds — Gilbert Rumley. Wash- 
ington. 

Sheriff .lames II. Harris. Washington. 

Treasurer — E. R. Mixon, Washington. 

Coroner — Dr. .1. T. Nicholson, liath. 

Surveyoi — L. 11. Ross, Washington. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. J. W. Williams. Wash- 
ington. 

Supt. of Schools — II. H. McLean. Washing- 
ton. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Rev. H. B. Seawright. 
Washington. 

Demonstration Agent — B. T. Leppard, Wash- 
ington. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miriam O'Harer. 
Washington. 

1'oard of Elections — Frank H. Bryan, Wash- 
ington. 

County Commissioners — C. P. Aycock, Chm. . 
Pantego; T. R. Tyer. Bath; W. G. Standi. 
Washington, R. F. D. ; D. O. Moore. Choco- 
winity; W. I. Austin. South Creek. 

Board of Education — J. I!. Sparrow Wash- 
ington; R. L. M. Bonner. Aurora; P. H. John- 
son, Pantego; E. R. Mixon, Treas., Washing- 
ton. 

Highway Commission — F. C. Kugler, Chm.. 
Washington ; J. D. Bullock. Leachville ; T. A 
Brooks. Bath ; Blaney Turnage, Chocowinity : 
B. T. Bonner. Aurora. 



BERTIE 



COUNTY SEAT, WINDSOR. 

Clerk Superior Court — W. L. Lyon. Windsor. 

Register of Deeds — S. W. Kinney. Windsor. 

Sheriff— J. W. Cooper. Windsor. 

Treasurer — J. C. Bell. Windsor. 

Supt of Health— Dr. J. E. Smith, Windsor. 

Board of Elections — H. G. Harrington. 
Chm. , Lewiston. 

Supt. of Schools— II. W. Early, Windsor. 

Supt. Public Welfare — H. W. Early, Wind- 
sor. 

County Commissioners — J. T. Stokes. Wind- 
sor; T. S. Norfleet. Roxobel; J. T. Hoggard, 
Windsor ; M. E. Evans, Woodard ; J. E. R. 
Perry, Powellsville. 

Board of Education— M. B. Gilliam, Wind- 
sor; C. W. Mitchell. Jr.. Aulander; R. A. 
I'rquhart. Woodville : Thomas H. Smithwick, 
Merry Hill; J. C. Bell. Treas.. Windsor. 

Highway Commission — C. H. Jenkins, Chm., 
Aulander; W. L Baker, Windsor. R. F. D. 3; 
W. C. Evans, Kelford: W. T. Tadlock. Wind- 
sor; C. R. Brinkley. Colerain. 



BLADEN 



COUNTY SEAT, ELIZABETHTOWN. 

Clerk Superior Court — W. J. Davis, Eliza- 
bethtown. 

Register of Deeds — R. J. Hester. Elizabeth- 
town. 

Sheriff— J. M. Clark. Elizabethtown. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. B. T. Tally. Elizabeth- 
town. 

Board of Elections — W. D. Bizzell, Chm., 
Elizabethtown. 

Supt. of Schools — B. J. Cromartie. Garland. 

Demonstration Agent — R. K. Craven, Clark- 
ton. 

Supt. Public Welfare— Rev. H. A. Powell, 
Clarkton. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Dorothy Dean, 
Elizabethtown. 

County Commissioners— R. S. Cromartie, 
Chm.. Garland: E. J. Cox. Clarkton; R. P. 
Melvin. Whitlock. 

Board of Education — C. R. Monroe. Council: 
Peter McQueen, White Oak; F. D. McLean, 
Bladenboro. 



Highway Commission — S. P. McNair, Chm 
Tar Heel; E. J. Cox. Clarkton; R. A. Ed- 
wards. Dublin. 



BRUNSWICK 

COUNTY SEAT, SOUTHPORT. 

Clerk Superior Court — A. T. McKeithan, 
Southport. 

Register of Deeds— W. H. Walker. South- 
port. 

Sheriff — F. Lundon Lewis. Bolivia. 

Treasurer — Citizens Bank, Shallotte. 

Coroner — E. R. Outlaw, Southport. 

Surveyor — E. B. Hewette, Southport. 

Supt. of Health — J. A. Dosher. Southport. 

Board of Elections — G. T. Ruark. Shallotte. 

Supt. of Schools — M. C. Guthrie, Southport. 

Supt. Public Welfare — D. E. Robinson, 
Supply. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Jennie 
Baker, Southport. 

Farm Demonstration Agent — J. E. Dodson, 
Supply. 

County Commissioners — John Jennette. Ashe; 
L. W. Swain. Shallotte: H. P. White. Leland. 

Board of Education — J. B. Ruark, South- 
port; J. L. Stone, Shallotte: F. E. Galloway, 
I'olivia. 

Highway Commission — A. M. Beck. South- 
port; John Holden, Southport; IS. K. Gore, 
Southport; Vernon Smith, Southport. 



BUNCOMBE 



COUNTY SEAT, ASHEVILLE. 

Clerk Superior Court — John H. Cathey, Ashe- 
ville. 

Register of Deeds — George A. Diggs. Jr.. 
Asheville. 

Sheriff — John A. Lyerley. Asheville. ' 

Treasurer — Solon Hyder, Asheville. 

Coroner — E. R. Morris. Asheville. 

Surveyor — J. M. Carver. Leicester. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. R. G. Wilson. Ashe- 
ville. 

I'oard of Elections — George Pennell. Chm.. 
Asheville. 

Supt. of Schools — F. L. Wells, Asheville. 

Supt. Public Welfare — A. W. Rymer, Ashe- 
ville. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Mrs. Annie L 
Clement, Asheville. 

Demonstration Agent — C. C. Profltt. Ashe- 
ville. 

County Commissioners — R. A. Patton, Chm., 
Asheville: W. E. Johnson. Asheville; C. C. 
Brown. Weaverville. 

Board of Education — J. D. Murphy. Ashe- 
ville; C. E. Blackstock. Asheville: T. P. Gas- 
ton, Candler; Solon Hyder. Treas.. Asheville. 



BURKE 



COUNTY SEAT, MORGANTON. 

Clerk Superior Court — C. G. Hicks. Morgan- 
ton. 

Register of Deeds — James R. Howard. Mor- 
ganton. 

Sheriff — Dan A. Johnson. Morganton. 

Coroner — M. L. Clark. Morganton. ■ 

Surveyor — A. G. Lyman. Morganton. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. E. W. Phifer. Mor- 
ganton. 

Board of Elections — J. F. Spainhour. Chm.. 
| Morganton. 

Supt. of Schools — T. L Sigmon. Morganton. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Mrs. A. C. Avery. 
Jr. . Morganton. 

County Commissioners — H. L. Milner. Mor- 
ganton : Wm. A. Wall Morganton. R. 5: S A. 
Kincaid, Morganton. R. 3; C. F. Wellman. 
Conelly Springs, R. 3; L. A. Simpson, Glen 
Alpine. 

Board of Education — A. N. Dale. Morganton: 
N. O. Pitts, Glen Alpine: W. E. McCon- 
naughey, Morganton, R. 5; J. E. Cutler. Con- 
nelly Springs. 



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COUNTY SEAT. CONCORD. 

Clerk Superior Court — C. C. Stonestreet, Con- 
cord. 

Register of Deeds — James F. Harris, Concord. 

Sheriff — C. L. Spears, Concord. 

Treasurer — J. H. Dorton. Concord. 

Coroner — T. N. Spencer. Concord. 

Surveyor— M. G. Lentz. Gold Hill. B. 3. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. S. E. Buchanan, Con- 
cord. 

Board of Elections— E. F. White, Chm.. 
Concord. 

Supt. of Schools — J. B. Robertson. Concord. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Jonas C. Query. Con- 
cord. 

Demonstration Agent — R. D. Goodman, Con- 
cord. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Kathleen Wil- 
son. Concord. 

County Commissioners — W. B. Ward, Chm., 
Concord; A. C. Lentz, Gold Hill; J. F. Rus- 
sell. Harrisburg ; D. O. Piatt, Concord ; C. D. 
Alexander. Kannapolis. 

Board of Education — W. R. Odell. Concord: 
W. F. Smith, Davidson, R. 24; G. F. Mc- 
Allister, Mount Pleasant; J. Harvey Dorton. 
Treas. . Concord. 

Highway Commission — D. F. Widenhouse, 
Supt. . Concord. 



COUNTY SEAT. CAMDEN. 

Clerk Superior Court — W. F. Burgess. Cam- 
den. 

Register of Deeds— W. M. Forbes. Shiloh. 

Treasurer — First and Citizens National B 
Elizabeth City. 

Supt, of Health— Dr. W. L. Stevens, Shiloh. 

Board of Elections — T. S. Robertson, Chm.. 
Belcross, R. 1. 

Supt. of Schools — L. L. Stevens, Indiantown. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Miss I. L. Knight, 
Belcross. 

County Commissioners — D. X. Bray. Cam- 
den ; N. B. Williams. Shiloh ; Charles Norris. 
South Mills. 

Board of Education — W. R. Pritchard. South 
Mills; J. W. Jones, South Mills; Henry <'. 
Burgess, Old Trap; J. R. Sawyer. Camden; 
W. K. Leary, Old Trap. 

Highway Commission — E. S. Forbes, Riddle ; 
W. A. Gregory. Shiloh : Issac Meggs. Camden : 
J. C. Wright, Shiloh; Charles Hodges. South 
Mills; Herman Newbern, Belcro 



CARTERET 



CALDWELL 



COUNTY SEAT, LENOIR. 

Clerk Superior Court — W. C. Moore, Jr., 
Lenoir. 

Register of Deeds — John M. Crisp, Lenoir. 

Sheriff — J. A. Triplett, Lenoir. 

Treasurer — C. E. Conley. Lenoir, B. 3. 

Coroner — A. B. Goodman. Lenoir. 

Surveyor — James A. Isbell. Lenoir. 

Supt. of Health— L. F. Coffey. Lenoir. 

Board of Elections — J. A. Bush, Chm.. 
Lenoir. 

Supt. of Schools— T. D. Moore. Lenoir. 

Supt. Public Welfare — J. M. Tuttle. Lenoir. 

Demonstration Agent — D. W. Roberts. Le- 
noir. 

County Commissioners — C. M. Rader. Col- 
lettsville; Mack Moore, Collettsville : H. V. 
Russell, Granite Falls. 

Board of Education— Mark Sauires. Lenoir; 

D. C. Flowers. Lenoir; J. A. Laxton, Rut us; 

E. C. Conley. Treas.. Hudson. 



COUNTY SEAT, BEAUFORT. 

Clerk Superior Court — K. .1. Beapass, Beau- 
fort. 

Register of Deeds — Troy Morris, lieaufort 

Sheriff — T. M. Thomas. Jr., Beaufort. 

Treasurer — M. L. Davis. Beaufort 

Coroner — Brady Willis. Barker's Island. 

Surveyor — R. H. Hill. Beaufort. 

Supt. of Hfalth — Dr. P. B. Loftln. Beaufort. 

Board of Elections — D. E. Langdale. lieau- 
fort. 

Supt. of Schools— M. L. Wright. Beau! 

Supt. Public Welfare- James Wallace 
Mason. Beaufort. 

County Commissioners- C. B WneaUey, 
Beaufort; J. L. Edwards. Newport; I 
Small Sea Level: H. O. Piner. Wllllstou; Q 
G. Taylor. Bogue. 

Board of Education— R. T. Wade, Mori 
City; W. II. Taylor. Beaufort; \V. I. Willis. 
Wiiliston. 



CASWELL 



COUNTY SEAT. YANCEYV1LLE. 

Clerk Superior Court— Robert L. Mil. h. II. 
Yainv.vvllle. 



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Register of Denis — II. S. Turner, Yanceyville. 

Sheriff — 3 H. Gunn. Yanceyville. 

Tr asurer — Edgar A. Allison, Blanch, R. F. D. 

Surveyor — W. II. Williamson, Mclver, R. 
F. 1 1. 

Supt. of Health — Dr. W. M. Burton. Yancey- 
ville. 

Board nf Elections — A. Y. Kerr, Chm., Yan- 
ci s \ l Ik'. 

Supt. of Schools — R. A. Pope. Yanceyville. 

Supt. Public Welfare — R. A. Pope. Yancey- 
ville. 

Farm Demonstration Agent — J. L. Love. 
Yanceyville. 

County Commissioners — W. K. Williams. 
Chm.. Blanch; T. H. Hatchett, Blanch, R. P. 
D. : D. P. Walker. Union Ridge. 

Board of Education — J. P. Gvvynn. Yancey- 
ville; W. n. Williams, Mclver; J. B. McMul- 
len, Ilightower. 

Highway Commission — E, W. Carter, Chm., 
Danville, Va. ; J. B. Turner, Mclver, R. F. D. ; 
S. T. Fuqua, Corbett. R. F. D. ; J. B. Burton. 
Ridgeville ; J. B. Satterfleld, Milton, R. F. D. ; 
J. B Watlington, Ruffln, R. F. D. ; J. L. 
Warren. Hightower. 



CATAWBA 



COUNTY SEAT. NEWTON. 

Clerk Superior Court — J. T. Setzer. Newton. 

Register of Deeds — Klutz Clippard, Newton. 

Sheriff — John W. Moser. Newton. 

Treasurer — R. P. Caldwell, Newton. 

Coroner — J. W. Shuford. Hickory. 

Surveyor — L. B. Rink, Hickory. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. G. W. Shipp, Newton. 

Board of Elections — S. L. Herman. .Chm., 
Newton. 

Supt. of Schools — George E. Long. N*=wton. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Chas. E. Hefner. 
Hickory. 

Demonstration Agent — J. W. Hendricks. 
Newton. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Mrs. R. A. 
Harris, Newton. 

County Commissioners — Osborne Brown, Chm. . 
Long Island ; J. S. Campbell, Maiden ; Nash 
Wyantt. Hickory; E. L. Moose. Conover; R. M. 
Bumgarner. Hickory. 

Board of Education — George E. Bisaner. 
Hickory; W. G. Bandy, Maiden; C. R. Brady. 
Conover; R. P. Caldwell, Treas.. Newton. 



CHATHAM 



COUNTY SEAT. PITTSBORO. 

Clerk Superior Court — James L. Griffin. 
Pittsboro. 

Register of Deeds — C. C. Poe. Pittsboro. 

Sheriff— O. W. Blair, Pittsboro. 

Treasurer — G. W. Blair. Pittsboro. 

Coroner — G. H. Brooks. Pittsboro. 

Surveyor — F. E. Womble. Siler City. 

Supt. of Health — Dr. J. M. Harper Pitts- 
boro 

Board of Elections— C. C. Hamlet. Chm.. 
Pittsboro. 

Supt. of Schools — W. R. Thompson, Pitts- 
boro. 

Supt. Public Welfare — W. R. Thompson, 
Pittsboro. 

County Commissioners — A. T. Ward, Chm.. 
Bvnum; J. W. Griffin. Moncure. R. 2; J. D. 
Willett. Bear Creek; E. E. Wilson. New Hill. 
R. 2; S. S. Edwards, Siler City. 

Board of Education — T. B. Bray, Pittsboro, 
R. 3; E. R. Hinton, Pittsboro; J. M. Marley. 
Siler City; C. D. Orrell. Moncure; J. IT, Nor- 
wood, Bynum; G. W. Blair, Treas.. Pittsboro. 

Highway Commission — Board of County Com- 
missioners. 



CHEROKEE 



Register of Deeds — M. H. Palmer. Murphy. 

Sheriff— W. P. Odom. Murphy. 

Treasurer — Emma Haskins. Andrews. 

Coroner — Dr S. C. Higway, Murphy, 

Surveyor — W. A. Adams, Murphy, R. 3. 

Supt oi Health— Dr. II. .T. Tilson, Murphy. 

Board of Elections — S. W. Lovingood, chm., 
Murphy. 

Supt. of Schools — A. L. Martin. Murphv. 

Supt. Public Welfare — A. L. Martin, 
Murphy. 

County Commissioners — A. Rice. Chin., Cul- 
berson; J. T. Bristol, Andrews; A. L. Tippett. 
Culberson. 

Board of Education — J. F. Palmer. Marble; 
C. B. Hill. Murphy; S. E. Cover. Andrews: 
P. A. Mauney Kinsey; E. B. Norvell. Mur- 
phy; R. D. Lovingood. Treas., Murphy. 



CHOWAN 



COUNTY SEAT. EDENTON. 

Clerk Superior Court — F. W. Hobbs, Eden- 
ton. 

Register of Deeds — R. W. Joyce, Edenton. 

Sheriff— G. W. Goodwin. Edenton. 

Treasurer — W. H. Ward. Edenton. 

Supt. of Health— M. P. Whichard. Edenton. 

Board of Elections — W. D. Pruden. Chm.. 
Edenton. 

Supt. of Schools — R. H. Bachman. Edenton. 

Supt. Public Welfare — H. T. Layton, Eden- 
ton. 

Demonstration Agent — N. K. Rowell, Eden- 
ton. 

County Commissioners — T. E. Harrsll. Eden- 
ton; John T. Satterfleld. Edenton: C. D. 
Webb, Edenton; J. A. Webb, Edenton; A. D. 
Ward. Edenton. 

Board of Education — Thomas W. Elliott. 
Edenton: M. W. Evans. Tyner: W. H. Ward. 
Treas.. Edenton. 

Highway Commission — H. G. Wood. Chm.. 
Edenton. 



CLAY 



COUNTY SEAT, MURPHY. 

Clerk Superior Court — A. L. Johnson, 
Murphy. 



COUNTY SEAT, HAYESVILLE. 

Clerk Superior Court — W. L. Matheson, 
HayesvUle. 

Register of Deeds — Walter Burch. Shooting 
Creek. 

Sheriff — Ed. Kitchens, Hayesville. 

Treasurer — Ed. Kiteh?ns. Hayesville. 

Coroner — Dr. J. M. May, Hayesville. 

Surveyor — L. D. Rhinehardt, Hayesville. 

Board of Elections — John O. Scroggs, Chm., 
Hayesville. 

Supt. of Schools — Allen J. Bell, Hayesville. 

County Commissioners — W. J. Winchester, 
Chm., Hayesville; W. E. Lowe, Hayesville; 
Arthur Wood. Warne: J. B. White. Hayesville. 

Board of Education — S. E. Hogsed, Hayes- 
ville; M. L. Coleman, Hayesville; H. B. 
Varner, Hayesville; Ed. Kitchens, Treas.. 
Hayesville. 



CLEVELAND 

COUNTY SEAT, SHELBY. 

Clerk Superior Court — George P. Webb, 
Shelby. 

Register of Deeds — R. L. Weathers, Shelby. 

Sheriff— H. A. Logan. Shelby. 

Treasurer — Rush Stroup, Shelby. 

Coroner — T. C. Eskridge, Shelby. 

Surveyor — A. M. Lovelac. Muoresboro. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. R E. Ellis, Shelby. 

Board of Elections — Claude Webb, Chm., 
Shelby. 

Supt. of Schools — J. Y. Irvin. Shelby. 

Demonstration Agent — R. E. Lawrence, 
Shelby. 

County Commissioners — W. H. Jennings. 
Chm.. Shelby; G. W. Peeler, Shelby; D. S. 
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Board of Education— W. L. Plonk, Kings 
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Mannevfl Shelby, R. 5; Rush Stroup, Treas., 
Shelby 

Highway Commission — Joe E. Blanton, Shel- 
by; L. A. Blanton. Shelby; L. A. Gettys, 
Shelby. 



COLUMBUS 



COUNTY SEAT, WHITEVILLE. 

Clerk Superior Court— J. L. Memory. White- 

viii© 

Register of Deeds— A. W. Baldwin, White- 
ville 

Sheriff — J. O. Ammons. Whiteville. 

Treasurer — W. H. Hickman. Whiteville. 

Coroner — Dr. W. H. Crowell. Whiteville. 

Surveyor — Isaac Duncan. Chadbourn 

Supt. of Health— Dr. Floyd Johnson, Lake 
Waccamaw. . 

Board of Elections— B. F. Baldwin, Chm.. 
Whitevill*? 

Supt. of Schools— Harry M. Bowling, White- 

Vll Demonstration Agent— J. T. Lazar. White- 
Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Lottie 

Kohler, Whiteville. 

Supt. Public Welfare— Harry M. Bowling. 

Whiteville. _ _ _ . , „ 

County Commissioners— E. J. Gnmsley, 

Chm., Freeman; J. C. Stanley. Chadbourn: L. 

C. White. "Vineland. 

Board of Education— J. L Williamson, 

Cerro Gordo; E. W. Wells. Delco; Minos 

Meares, Tabor; J. B. Wycke. Hallsboro; W. 

H. Hickman. Treas.. Whiteville 

Highway Commission— W. H. Phillips Vine- 
land: K. Clyde Council. Wannish; E. A. Mor- 

fet, Cerro Gordo. 



CRAVEN 



COUNTY SEAT. NEW BERN. 

Clerk Superior Court^L. E. Lancaster. New 
Bern. 

Register of Deeds— G. A. Darrow. New 
Bern. 

Sheriff— James D. Williams, New Bern. 

Treasurer— Citizens Savings Bank and Trust 
Co.. New Bern. 

Coroner— J L. Hartsfleld. New Bern. 

Surveyor— J. M. Potter. New Bern. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. C. H. Verner, New 

's'lpt. of Schools— R. S. rroctor, Chm., New 

'"supt. Public Welfare— Mrs. L. J. Stevens. 

New Bern. _ T 

Farm Demonstration Agent— A. T. Dawson, 
New Bern. 



County Commissioners — O. A. Kaoer. Chm . 
New Bern; B. R. Warren. Vanceboro: 1) W 
Richardson. Dover: J. S. Miller. New Bern: 
G. A. Nicoll, New Bern. 

Board of Education — R. A. Nunn, New 
Bern; J. E Wetherington, Tuscarora; T. M. 
Arthur. Ernul. 



CUMBERLAND 

COUNTY SEAT. FAYETTEVILLE. 

Clerk Superior Court — W. M Walker. Fay- 
etteville. 

Register of Deeds — D. L. Downing, Fayette- 
ville. 

Sheriff — N. H. McGeachy, Fayettet 

Treasurer- — D. Gaster. Fayetteville. 

Coroner — R. A. Allgood. Fayetteville. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. E. W. Larkin. Fay- 
etteville. 

Board of Elections — John W. Judge. Chm.. 
Fayetteville. 

Supt of Schools — B. T. McBryde. Fayette- 
ville. 

Supt. Public Welfare — John A. Martin. Fay- 
etteville. 

Demonstration Agent — W. J. Brockington. 
Fayetteville. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Mrs. Elizabeth 
Gainey, Fayetteville. 

County Commissioners — E. V. Edens. Chm.. 
Fayetteville, R. F. D. ; R. W. Christian, Fay- 
etteville: John T. Martin. Fayetteville. R. B\ 
D. ; H. A. Williams. Fay.it, ., 

Board of Education — H. McD. Robinson. 
Fayetteville: John \V. Hall, Autryville. R %\ 
W. L. Williams. Duke. R. 1 ; A. B. Tarboro. 
Godwin; Nathaniel McArthur, Fayetteville; l> 
Gaster. Treas., Fayetteville. 



CURRITUCK 

COUNTY SEAT, CURRITUCK. 

Clerk Superior Court— B. B. Bell. Shaw- 
boro. 

Register of Deeds — T. W. Baxter. Currituck 

Sheriff— R. E. Flora, Shawboro. 

Treasurer — J. W. Sanderlln. Shawboro. 

Coroner — J. C. Walker, Maple. 

Supt. Health— S. J. Mann, Moyock. 

Board of Elections — N. M. Hampton, Chm.. 
Coinjock, 

Supt. of Schools — W D. Cox, Moyock. 

Demonstration Agent J K Chandler, t'ur 
rituck. 

Counts Commissioners — William M Stewart, 
Chm., vine. Va . : v. 8. Cowell, Shawboro; B 
1' Midgett, Coinjock. 

r.oani of Education W i Tate, Co 
W W Jarvis, Moyock; H T, Griggs, Har- 
binger; J W Sanderlln, Treaa., Shawboro. 



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Highway Commission — R. O. Bagley, Moyock; 
W. T. Griggs, Poplar Branch; J. J. Ferebee, 
Shawboro; \V. S. Newbern, Jr.. Powells Point; 
W. II. Cowell, Currituck. 



DARE 



COUNTY SEAT. MANTEO. 

Clerk Superior Court — S. ('. Tillett. Manteo. 

Register of Deeds — Ernest E. Meekins, 
Manteo. 

Sheriff — L. D. Farrow. Manteo. 

Treasurer — Abner C. Hassell, Manteo. 

Coroner — Dr. Hughes B. Hoyle. Manteo. 

Surveyor — Melvin R. Daniels, Wanchese. 

Supt. of Health — Dr. F. P. Gates Manteo. 

Supt. of Schools — Miss Mabel Evans, Manteo. 

Board of Elections — W. F. Baum. Chm., 
Manteo. 

County Commissioners — M. L. Daniels. Mpn- 
teo; O. C. Fulcher, Buxton; F. Harris Mid- 
gett, Kitty Hawk; H. E. Miller, Avon; Luther 
B. Davidson. East Lake. 

Board of Education — R. C. Evans. Manteo ; 
T. J. Fulcher. Buxton; S. A. Griffin. Manteo: 
A. C. Hassell. Treas. . Manteo. 



DAVIDSON 



COUNTY SEAT, LEXINGTON. 

Clerk Superior Court — Sam J. Smith, Lexing- 
ton. 

Register of Deeds — F. E. Sigman. Lexing- 
ton. 

Sheriff — Fred C. Swink. Lexington. 

Treasurer — Commercial and Savings Bank. 
Lexington. 

Coroner — Frank Hulin, Lexington. R. 6. 

Surveyor— John S. Link, Lexington. R. 4. 

Supt. of Health — Dr. D. R. Perry, Lexing- 
ton. 

Board of Elections — W. F. Thomas, Chm.. 
Lexington. 

Supt. of Schools — S. G. Hasty. Lexington. 

Demonstration Agent — J. B. Bloom, Lexing- 
ton. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Gertrude 
Alexander, Lexington. 

County Commissioners — Don. S. Hayworth, 
Chm. , High Point, R. 4 : P. James Leonard, 
Lexington; N. H. Johnson. High Point. R. 1. 

Board of Education — J. C. Ripple. Welcome; 
C. W. Stokes. Newsom 

Highway Commission — C. L. Padgett. Jack 
son Hill; Ed. L. Green. Yadkin College; C. 
M. Wall. Lexington; C. C. Shaw, Lexington. 



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COUNTY SEAT, MOCKSVI LLE. 

Clerk Superior Court — A. T. Grant. Mocks- 
ville. 

Register of Deeds — J. S. Daniel, Mocksvitle. 

Sheriff— G. F. Winecoff, Mocksville. 

Treasurer — J. L. Hoi ton, Mocksville. 

Coroner — W. D. Foster, Mocksville. 

Surveyor — M. C. I janes. Mocksville, R. 5. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. J. W. Rodwell, Mocks- 
ville 

Board of Elections — W. A. Roberts. Chm., 
Cana 

Supt. of Schools— E. P. Bradley, Mo-ksville. 

Supt. Public Welfare— W. M. Seuford, 
Mocksville. 

Farm Demonstration Agent — S. II Warren, 
Mocksville. 

County Commissioners — W. E. Boyles. Chm.. 
Bixhy; C. W. Alexander, Cooleemee; J. F. 
Rutledge, Mocksville. 

Board of Education — Peter W. Hairston. Ad- 
vance, R. 2; J. R. Johnston. Mocksville; J. W. 
Etchinson, Cana; J. L. Holton, Treas., Mocks- 
ville. 

Highway Commission — L. L. Miller, Mocks- 
ville. R. 2; George W. Crotts. Mocksville, R. 
3; J. M. Cartner, Mocksville. R. 5; B. R. 
Steelman. Mocksville. 



COUNTY SEAT, KENANSVILLE. 

Clerk Superior Court — R. V. Wells, Kenans- 
ville 

Register of Deeds — James J. Bowden, Ken- 
ansville. 

Sheriff — Charles M. Ingram, Kenansville. 

Tresaurer — Charles M. Ingram. Kenansville. 

Coroner — B. F. Smith, Mount Olive, R. F. D. 

Surveyor — R. D. Kornegay, Mount Olive, 
R. F. D. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. J. M. Williams, War- 
saw. 

Board of Elections — H. L. Stevens, Chm., 
Warsaw. 

Supt. of Schools — M. H. Wooten, Warsaw. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Horace Stuart, Wal- 
lace. 

County Commissioners — W. G. Kornegay, 
Chm., Albertson; W. L. Middleton, Warsaw; 
E. R. Hicks, Calypso. 

Board of Education — L. Middleton, War- 
saw; W. J. Grady, Pink Hill; D. S. Williams, 
Wallace. 

Highway Commission — H. F. Pierce. Ken- 
ansville ; W. B. Martin, Kenansville ; L. A. 
Beasley, Kenansville. 



DURHAM 



COUNTY SEAT, DURHAM. 

Clerk Superior Court — W. H. Young, Dur- 
ham. 

Register of Deeds — M. G. Markham, Dur- 
ham. 

Sheriff — John F. Harward. Durham. 

Treasurer — S. Bowling, Durham. 

Coroner — Dr. M. T. Atkins, Durham. 

Surveyor — E. C. Belvin, Durham. 

Supt. of Health — A. Cheatham, Durham. 

Board of Elections — W. S. Lockhart, Chm., 
Durham. 

Supt. of Schools — John W. Carr, Jr., Dur- 
ham. 

Supt. Public Welfare — W. E. Stanley. Dur- 
ham. 

Demonstration Agent — O. H. Standard, Dur- 
ham. 

Hume Demonstration Agent — Miss Anna C. 
Rowe, Durham. 

County Commissioners — D. H. Stallings. 
Chm.. Durham, R. 6; C. M. Crutchfield, Dur- 
ham. R. 1; F. S. Thomas. West Durham; W. 
D. Turrentine, Stagville ; H. L. Carver, Rouge- 
mont. 

Board of Education — J. D. Hamlin. Dur- 
ham: W L. Foushee, Durham; H. L. TJm- 
stead. Sr., Bahama; W. I. Crawford. Dur- 
ham ; Simeon Bowling. Treas. , Durham. 

Highway Commission — Board of County Com- 
mission i I 3. 



EDGECOMBE 

COUNTY SEAT, TARBORO. 

Clerk Superior Court— A. T. Walston, Tar- 
boro. 

Register of Deeds — H. S. Bunn, Tarboro. 

Sheriff — Jesse W. Thomas. Tarboro. 

Treasurer — Farmers Bank and Trust Co., 
Tarboro. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. R. C. Gyles. Tarboro 

Board of Elections — H. D. Hardison, Chm., 
Tarboro. 

Supt. of Schools— R. E. Sentelle, Tarboro. 

Demonstration Agent — Zeno Moore. Whit- 
akers. 

Supt. Public Welfan — Miss Meta Liles, Tar- 
boro. 

County Commissioners — J. V. Cobb, Pine- 
tops; W. H. Home. Rocky Mount; D. B. 
Gaskill, Whitakers; H. G. Brown, Conetoe ; 
W. M. Moore, Macclesfield. 

Board of Education — M. G. Mann, Tarboro; 
Dr. R. II. Speight, Whitakers; H. L. Brake, 
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COUNTY SEAT. WINSTON-SALEM. 

Clerk Superior Court — C. M. MeKaughan, 
Winston- Salem. 

Register of Deeds— J. M. Lentz, Winston- 
Salem. „ , 

Sheriff— George W. Flynt. Winston-Salem. 

Coroner — Dr. W. N. Dalton, Winston-Salem. 

Surveyor— E. A. Conrad, Pafftown, R. F. D. 

Auditor — C. R. Vaughn, Winston -Salem. 

Board of Elections— Charles A. Vogler, Chm., 
Winston-Salem. 

Supt. of Schools— W. B. Speas, Winston- 
Salem. _ , „ _. 

Supt. Public Welfare— .7. L. Rodwell, Wins- 
ton-Salem. 

Demostration Agent— R. W. Pou, Winston- 
Salem. , ... 

County Commissioners— Leon Cash, (resigned), 
Winston-Salem; Ed. Vaughan. Winston-Salem; 
J. D. Waddill, Salem Chapel. 

Hoard of Education— John F. Griffith. Wins- 
ton-Salem; W. N. Poindextr. Walkertown; E. 
T. Kapp, Betliania. 

Highway Commission— E. T. Mickey, Wms- 
ton-Salem; T. A. Crews. Winston- Salem; E. 
T. Lehman. Bethania. 



FRANKLIN 



COUNTY SEAT. LOUISBURG. 

Clerk Superior Court—.!. J. Barrow, Louis 
burg. 

Register of Deeds S. C. 

Sheriff— H. A. K 

Auditor— Hugh W. Perry 

Treasurer — Farmers and 
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Coroner — F. <!. Bird. Louisburg, K. 

Surveyor— J. T. Inscoe, Castalia, R. 1. 

Supt of Health— Dr. .1. E. Malone, Louis 
burg. 

Board of Elections— A. F. 
Louisburg. 

Supt. of Schools- -Edward I. 

Supt. Public Welfarf — J. C 
burg. 

Home Demonstration Agent— Miss 
Smith. Louisburg. 

County Commissioners— .1. P. I imberlake. 
Louishurg; W. D. Fuller. Wood; Alberl J 
ner, Louisburg, B. F D. ; W. C. Wilder, Louis- 
burg R F. D. ; ('. C. Hudson, Louisburg. 

Board of Education A. W Perry, 1 isburg, 

R 2- John C Winston. Franklinton, It 

R San, Hint:. Franklinton, It 3; E, I fire n, 

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COUNTY SEAT, GASTONIA. 
Clerk Superior Courl S C Hendricks. Gas 
tonia. 



Register of Deeds — II. It. T: 
tonia. 

Sheriff— .1. W. Carroll. Gastonia. 

Treasurer — C. C. Craig. Gastonia. 

Coroner — W. N. Inn is. Gastonia. 

Surveyor — C. A. Black, t'herryville. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. L. N. Glenn, Gas- 
tonia. 

Board of Elections — Ernest R. Warren, Chm., 
Gastonia. 

Supt. of Schools— F. P. Hall. Beta 

Sunt. Public Welfart — Miss Fay Da 
Gastonia. 

Demonstration Agent — C. L. Gowan, 
tonia. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Nell Pick- 
ens, Gastonia 

County Commissioners -B K Davenport, 
Chm.. Mount Holly; it. L. Stowe, Belmont; J. 
W. Summey. Dallas; D. R. Mauney Cherry- 
ville; It G. Rankin. Gastonia; E. L. I 
berger, Bessemer Citj 

Board of Education — s. N. Boyce, Gs 
.7. II. Rudisill, Cberryville; c E. Hutchison, 
Mount Holly; C. C. Craig, Treas., Gastonia. 

Highway Commission — County Board ol 
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COUNTY SEAT. GATESVILLE. 

Clerk Sup. riiii Court — William It I 
Gatesville. 

Register of Di I 

Sheriff C M Lawi 

Treasure] Farmi I ■ Bai k 

Surveyor W F I 
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Supt ol Scl I- i M Gleni 

Sunt. Public Welfare .1 M 

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County Commissioners Bii P 

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Powell, Savage 

Board ol Educi ti T \\ 

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Register ol Deeds \ H 

Sheriff G W Shuli 

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Sunt Public Welfare— J. IX. Moody, Rob- 
binsville. 

County Commissioners -Jesse C Crisp, Ste- 
coah; A. H. Colvard, Robbinsvillo ; W. J. Car- 
rinu'ton. Robbinsville. 

Board of Education — S. P. Ilarwood, Rob- 
binsvllle; T. M. Jenkins, Robbinsville; D. Troy 
Hyde, Kobbinsville; G. W. Shuler, Treas., 
Millsaps. 

Highway Commission — P. R. Griffin, Chm., 
Robbinsville ; Ernest Cooper, Robbinsville; W. 
N. Crisp. Rough. 



GRANVILLE 



COUNTY SEAT, OXFORD. 

Clerk Superior Court — D. C. Hunt, Oxford. 

Register of Deeds — Charles G. Powell, Ox- 
ford 

Sheriff— E. D. Hunt, Oxford. 

Treasurer — John R. Hall, Oxford. 

Coroner — Jack Bullock, Oxford. 

Supt. of Health — Dr. J. A. Morris, Oxford. 

Board of Elections — J. B. Powell, Chm., 
Oxford 

Supt. of Schools— J. F. Webb, Oxford. 

Supt. Public Welfare — J. E. Jackson, Ox- 
ford. 

County Commissioners — J. Ennis Davis, Chm., 
Youngsville, B. 3; Benjamin F. Currin, Ox- 
ford. B. 4; Graham C. Daniel Oxford, B 6; 
Thomas G. Taylor, Oxford; W. L. Clark, Vir- 
gilina. Va., B. F. D. 

Board of Education — F. M. Pinnix, Oxford; 
T. G. Cnrrin, Oxford. B. 6; C. H. Cheatham, 
Oxford, B. 3; John B. Hall, Treas., Oxford. 

Highway Commission — E. T. White, Oxford; 
W. B. Ballou, Oxford; J. Ennis Taylor, Ox- 
ford. 



GREENE 



COUNTY SEAT. SNOW HILL. 

Clerk Superior Court — George W. Hart. 
Snow Hill. 

Begister of Deeds — Hugh L. Lassiter, Snow 
Hill. 

Sheriff— J. E. Herring, Snow Hill. 

Treasurer — First Xational Bank, Snow Hill. 

Coroner — Dr. J. H. Harper. Snow Hill. 

Surveyor — M. C. Lassiter, Snow Hill. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. W. W. Whittington. 
Snow Hill. 

Board of Elections — F. L. Bouse, Chm.. Snow 
Hill. 

Supt. of Schools — B. C. Williams, Snow 
Hill. 

Demonstration Agent — A. M. Dickson, Snow 
Hill. 

Supt. Public Welfare — B. C. Williams, Snow 
Hill. 

County Commissioners — Josiah C. Exum, 
Chm., Snow Hill; W. D. Cobb, Snow Hill; E. 
A. Bosberry. Snow Hill; C. C. Sugg, Hooker- 
ton ; J. L. Mewbern, Snow Hill. 

Board of Education — B. W. Edwards, Snow 
Hill; B. F. D. Albrltton. Hookerton; T. E. 
Barrow, Farmville. 



GUILFORD 



COUNTY SEAT. GREENSBORO. 

Clerk Superior Court — M. W. Grant, Greens- 
boro. 

Register of Deeds — Robert H. Wharton, 
Greensboro. 

Sheriff — David B. Stafford. Greensboro. 

Treasurer — Gordentia H. McKinney, Greens- 
boro. 

Coroner — George B. Bobertson. Greensboro. 

Surveyor — John R. Edmond. Greensboro. 

Supt. of Health — William Jones, Greensboro. 

Board of Elections — Thomas C. Hoyle. Chm.. 
Greensboro. 

Supt. of Public Schools — Thomas B. Foust, 
Greensboro. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Mrs. Blanche Carr. 
Greensboro. 



I demonstration Agent — B. B. Garrett, Greens- 

liuni. 

Hume Demonstration Agent — Mrs. Ola S. 
Wells, Greensboro. 

County Commissioners — J. Giles Foushee, 
Greensboro; \V. c. Tucker, Greensboro; W. C. 
Jones, High Point; L. T. Barber, Gibsonville; 
.T. W. Bankin, Greensboro, B. 4. 

Board of Education — Charles H. Ireland, 
■oro; Dr. Died Peacock, High Point; 
Dr. C. S. Gilmer. Greensboro. 



HALIFAX 



COUNTY SEAT, HALIFAX. 

Clerk Superior Court — Sterling M. Gary. 
Halifax. 

Begister of Deeds— Robert L. Dickens, Hali- 
fax. 

Sheriff— J. A. House. Thelma. 

Treasurer — W. R. Harvey, Littleton. 

Coroner — II. G. Rowe. Weldnn. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. Paul C. Carter, Wel- 
don. 

Board of Elections — W. A. Johnson, Chm., 
Littleton. 

Supt. of Schools — A. E. Akers, Roanoke 
Rapids. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Ethel 
Leatherwood. Roanoke Rapids. 

County Commissioners — George L. Hayes. Jr., 
Chm., Rosemary; W. T. Clement, Enfield; S. 
T. Thorne, Jr., Airlie ; C. P. Bounds, Weldon; 
J. A. Kitchin. Scotland Xeck. 

Board of Education — W. E. Daniel. Weldon; 
N. F. Stedman, Halifax; W. F. White, Hali- 
fax. 

Highway Commission — A. B. Schlichter, 
Hollister; J. B. Dickens, Enfield; S. P. 
Johnston, Weldon; A. P. Kitchin. Scotland 
Xeck; J. T. Chase. Roanoke Rapids. 



HARNETT 



COUNTY SEAT, LILLINGTON. 

Clerk Superior Court — A. A. McDonald, Lil- 
lington 

Register of Deeds — W. H. Faucette, Lilling- 
ton. 

Sheriff — J. W. McArtan. Lillington. 

Auditor — D. P. McDonald. Olivia. 

Coroner — Dr. L. G. Arnold. Lillington. 

Surveyor — C. R. Partin, Angier. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. J. W. Halford. Lill- 
ington. 

Poard of Elections — W. F. Hockaday, Lill- 
ington. 

Supt. of Schools — B. P. Gentry. Lillington. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Elizabeth 
Bridges, Lillington. 

Countv Commissioners — J. C. Byrd. Chm., 
Duke. B. 2; B. T. Johnson. Kipling: W. J. 
MeStewart. Coats; J. W. Jordan, Dunn; J. A. 
Buchanan, Broadway, R. 2. 

Board of Education — John M. Hodges. Lin- 
den: N. C. Cameron, Olivia; N. A. Smith, 
Kipling; D. P. McDonald, Treas., Lillington. 

Highway Commission — L. A. Boney Chm., 
Lillington. 



HAYWOOD 



COUNTY SEAT, WAYNESVILLE. 

Clerk Superior Court— Claude A. Haynes, 
Wavnesville. 

Begister of Deeds — G. N. Hens:m. Wavnes- 
ville. 

Sheriff — J. F. Cabe. Canton. 

Treasurer — Walter Ferguson, Waynesville. 

Coroner — Dr. W. A. Graham, Crabtree. 

Surveyor — J. W. Seaver, Waynesville. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. J. B. HcCracken, 
Waynesville. 

Board of Elections — Grover C. Davis, Chm., 
Waynesville. 

Supt. of Schools— A. C. Reynolds, Waynes- 
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County Commissioners — T. L. Gwyn, Chm., 
Springdale; H. Arthur Osborne, Canton; As- 
berry Howell. Waynesville; M. M. Noland, 
Crabtree, R. 1. : Dee Clark, White Oak. 

Board of Education— G. C. Palmer, Crabtree; 
D. M. Cagle. Clyde; Paul Hyatt. Canton. 
R. 2; T. W. Ferguson. Treas, Waynesville. 

HENDERSON 

COUNTY SEAT, HENDERSONVILLE. 

Clerk Superior Court— C. M. Pace, Hender- 
sonville. „ , „ 

Begister of Deeds— H. Grady Edney, Hen- 
dersonville. 

g] ler iff — v. E. Grant, Hendersonville. 

Treasurer — A. E. Hudgins, Hendersonville. 

Coroner — B. F. Cliff. Hendersonville. 

Surveyor — G. W. Justice, Hendersonville. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. A. B. Drafts, Hen- 
dersonville. __ 

Board of Elections— R. L. Edwards, Chm.. 
Hendersonville. 

Supt. of Schools — R. G. Anders. Henderson- 
ville 

Supt. Public Welfare— J. W. Bane, Hender- 
sonville. 

County Commissioners— W. P. Bane, Chm., 
I£ lulersonviire; G. B. Hill. Edneyville. R. F. 
D • John D. Staton, Saluda. R. F. D. 

Board of Education— H. E. Erwin, Tuxedo; 
J R Sandifer, Hendersonville; J. W. Morgan, 
Hendersonville; Adolphus E. Hudgins, Treas., 
Hendersonville. 

Highway Commission — J. O. Bell. Chm., 
Tuxedo: W. P. Lane. Hendersonville, R. 3: P. 
F. Patton. Hendersonville. 



HERTFORD 



COUNTY SEAT, WINTON. 

Clerk Superior Court— D. R. McGlohon, 
Winton. , 

Register of Deeds— J. A. Northcott, Winton. 

Sheriff— B. Scull, Harrellsville. 

Treasurer— The Bank of Winton. Winton. 

Coroner— Dr. W. B. Pollard. Winton. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. L. K. Walker. Ahoskie. 

Board of Elections— E. J. Gerock, Chm., 
Ahoskie. __. . 

Supt. of Schools— N. W. Bntton, Winton. 

Demonstration Agent— H. L Miller. Winton. 

Home Demonstration Agent— Miss Myrtle 
Swindell. Winton. 

Supt. Public Welfare— N. W. Bntton, Win- 
County Commissioners— J. C. Taylor. Como; 
F G Tayloe Ahoskie; J. M El y. Woodland; 
E H Eure, Winton; J. O. Askew, Jr., Har- 
rellsville; E. W. Whitley. Murfreesboro 

Board of Education— Dr. J. H. Mitchell. 
Ahoskie: John E. Vann, Winton; B. G. Wil- 
liams, Cofield. 



Highway Commission — John c. Wlntiy. Mur- 
freesboro; L. W. Walker. Ahoskie; B. <:. Wil- 
liams, Winton; B. N. Sykes, Harrellsville; ll 

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HOKE 



COUNTY SEAT, RAEFORD. 

Clerk Superior Court— William L. Poole. 
Raeford. 

Register of Deeds — D. K. Blue. Raeford. 

Sheriff— Edgar Hall. Raeford. 

Treasurer— W. J. McCranev. Raeford. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. G. W Brown, Raeford. 

Board of Elections — A. D. Gore, I 
Raeford. 

Supt of Schools— W. P. Hawfleld. Raeford. 

Supt. Public Welfare— W. P. Hawfleld, Rae- 
ford. 

County Commissioners — E. B. McNeill Rae- 
ford : H. F. Currie, Red Springs. R 1 ; D G. 
McMillan. Raeford. R. 1; M. G. Rav. Rock- 
fish; J. W. Smith. Yass. 

Board of Education — Dr. G. W. Brown Rae- 
ford; N. A. McDonald. Tiinberland ; W .1 
McCraney, Treas. . Raeford. 

Highway Commission — W. E. Blue. Supt.. 
Raeford. 



HYDE 



COUNTY SEAT. SWAN QUARTER. 

Clerk Superior Court— 0. L. Williams. 
Swan Quart, i 

Register of Deeds— D. G. Saunders. 
Quarter. 

Sheriff— Harry O'Neal. Fairfield. 

Treasurer — Dr. J. E. Mann. Lake Landing 

Coroner— Dr. T. A. Mann. Fairfield. 

Board of Elections— R. D. Harris. Chm . 
Swan Quarter. 

Supt. of Schools — G. M. Guthrie. Swan 
Quarter. 

Supt. Public Welfare— G. M. Guthrie. 
Quarter. 

County Commissioners — A. It. Litchfield, 
Swan Quarter; J. C. Burrus, Palrfli I 

Gibbs. Englehard; Allen Cradle, Swan Quarter; 
Seth Clark. Swan Quarter. 

Board of Education — Z T. Fortescue, Scran- 
ton ; W. J. Mldyette, Lake Landing ; 
Mason, Swan Quarter; W B 
field: M. S. Crodle. Swan Quarter; 
Mann. Treas.. Lake Landing. 

Highway Commission- i> ll Carter, 
field; George M Makey, Swan Quarter; ll. 
II. Watson, Scranton. 



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COUNTY SEAT. STATESVILLE. 

Clerk Superior Court -i a Hartneaa, Btatea- 
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Registet ol Deeds — \V. II. Marrow, States- 

Villr. 

sheriff— M. P. Alexand r. Statesville. 
Treasurer — It. F. Rives, Statesville. 
Coronei -i G Colvert, Statesville. 

Surveyor — S. O. La/.enby, Stair \ 1 1 1«- 

Supl of Health— Dr. Ross S. McElwee, 
Statesville. 

Board of Elections — J. G. Lewis, Chm., 
Statesville. 

Supt. "t Schools — James A. Steele, States- 
ville. 

Supt. Public Welfarj — W. W. Holland, 
Statesvlile. 

Demonstration Agent — R. W. Graeber, States- 
ville. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss H. Celeste 
Henkel, Statesville. 

County Commissioners — N. D. Tomlin, Chm., 
Statesville; S. IV Tomlin. Statesville; J. A. 
Brown, Stony Point: W. C. Johnson, Moores- 
ville; J. T. Smith, Troutmans. 

Board of Education — Dr. F. B. Gaither, 
Harmony; D. W. Lawrence, Mooresville; W. 
C. Wooten, Statesville; R. F. Rives, Treas. , 
Statesville. 

Road Supt — J. A. Brown, Stony Point. 



JACKSON 



COUNTY SEAT, SYLVA. 

Clerk Superior Court — W. L. Henson, Sylva. 

Register of Deeds — Raymond Nicholson, 
Cowarts. 

Sheriff— E. L. Wilson, Sylva. 

Treasurer — J. W. Davis, Webster. 

Coroner — Dr. Grover Wilkes, Sylva. 

Surveyor— T. F. Buchanan, Greens Creek. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. A. A. Nichols, Sylva. 

Board of Elections— W. R. Sherrill, Chm., 
Sylva. 

Supt. of Schools— O. S. Dillard, Sylva. 

Supt. Public Welfare— T. B. Cowan, Web- 
ster. 

Demonstration Agent — R. W. Gray. Sylva. 

County Commissioners — T. A. Dillard, Chm., 
Cashiers; G. C. Turpin, Gay; C. Z. Candler, 
Sylva. 

Board of Education — J. N. Wilson, Cullo- 
whee; R. R. Fisher, Addie ; W. M. Fowler, 
Glenville; M. D. Cowan, Sylva; G. D. Cooper, 
Whittier, R. 1; J. W. Davis, Treas., Webster. 

Highwav Commission — T. A. Cox, Sylva ; W. 
H. Smith, Sylva; J. L. Broyles. Sylva; Dillard 
Hooper. Sylva ; S. W. Enloe, Sylva. 



JOHNSTON 



COUNTY SEAT. SMITHFIELD. 

Clerk Superior Court — W. S. Stevens, Smith- 
field. 

Register of Deeds— W. T. Adams, Smilhflelcl. 

Sheriff — W. .T. Massey, Smithfield. 

Treasurer — First National Bank, Smithfield. 

Coroner — J. H. Kirkman, Smithfield. 

Surveyor — Romulus Lambert, Smithfield. 

Auditor — J. A. Keen, Smithfield. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. Thel Hooks. Smithfield. 

Board of Elections — W. D. Avera, (Inn.. 
Smithfield. 

Supt. of Schools— W. H. llipps. Smithfield. 

Supt. Public Welfare — II. V. Rose. Smith- 
field. 

Demonstration Agent — S. J. Kirby, Smith- 
field. 

Home Demonstration Agent— Miss Minnie 
Lee Garrison, Smithfield. 

County Commissioners — D. B. Oliver, Chm.. 
Pine Level; Horace M. Barbour, Clayton, R. 1; 
J. Willis Creech. Benson. R. 1 ; W. H. Up- 
chureh. Four Oaks. R. F. D. ; P. B. Cham- 
blee. Zebulon. R. 1. 

Board of Education — W. G. Wilson. Wilsons 
Mills; George F. Woodward. Princeton; John 
T. Talton. Clayton. 

Highway Commissioner — James A. Wellon, 
Smithfield. 



JONES 



COUNTY SEAT, TRENTON. 

Clerk Superior Court — \V. II. Hammond, 
Trenton. 

Register of Deeds — P. B. McDaniel, Tren- 
ton. 

sheriff— J. R. Westbrook, Comfort. 

Treasurer — Bank of Jones, Trenton. 

Surveyor — J. L. Foy, Jr., Pollocksville. 

Supt. of Health— J. H. Bell Pollocksville. 

Board of Elections — G. C. Herritage, Chm., 
Trenton. 

Supt. of Schools — John R. Barker, Trenton 

Supt. Public Welfare — John R. Barker, Tren- 
ton. 

Demonstration Agent — E. F. Fletcher. Tren- 
ton. 

County Commissioners — J. H. Bell, Chm,. 
Pollocksville; J. W. Mallard, Trenton; E. L. 
Mattocks. Maysville; J. R. Lowry. Trenton, R. 
F. D. ; Paschal Taylor, Comfort. 

Board of Education — B. L. Brock. Comfort: 
R. P. Bender, Pollocksville; A. C. Foscue, 
Maysville. 

Highwav Commission — Board of County Com- 
missioners. 



LEE 

COUNTY SEAT. SANFORD. 

Clerk Superior Court — D. E. Mclver, San- 
ford. 

Register of Deeds — J. W. Mcintosh. San- 
ford. 

Sheriff — L. C. Rosser, Jonesboro. 

Treasurer — The Bank of Sanford. Sanford. 

Coroner — E. M. Mclver. Jonesboro. 

Surveyor — T. M. Cross, Sanford. 

Supt. of Health — Dr. Lynn Mclver. San- 
ford. 

Board of Elections — E. M. Underwood. Chm.. 
Sanford. 

Supt. of Schools — C. E. Teague. Sanford. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Gertrude 
V. Little. Sanford. 

County Commissioners — J. J. Edwards, Chm., 
Lemon Springs; J. P. Seymore, Sanford; W. F. 
Loyd, Sanford. R. 2; J. Will Wicker. Sanford, 
R. 3 ; G. F. Johnson, Moncure, R. 1. 

Board of Education — J. C. Watson, Jones- 
boro, R. 1; S. P. Hatch, Sanford; D. E. Shaw, 
Broadway. 

Highway Commission — Board of County Com- 
missioners. 



LENOIR 

COUNTY SEAT, K1NST0N. 

Clerk Superior Court — J. T. Heath, Kinston. 

Register of Deeds — C. W. Pridgen, Kinston. 

Sheriff — A W. Taylor, Kinston. 

Treasurer — J. H. Dawson. Kinston. 

Coroner — D. E. Wood. Kinston. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. D. C. Absher, Kinston. 

Hoard of Elections— P. S. B. Harber, Chm., 
Kinston. 

Si-pt. of Schools — E. E. Sams, Kinston. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Rev. G. B. Hanrahan, 
Kinston. 

Demostration Agent — C. M. Brickhouse, 
Kinston. 

County Commissioners — R. F. Churchill. 
Chm.. Kinston; T. G. Sutton. Kinston; H. E. 
Moseley, Kinston; J. H. Barwick. Grifton, R. 
F. D. ; Parker Howard, Pink Hill. 

Board of Education — N. J. Rouse, Kinston; 
W. B. Becton, Kinston, R. 5; Paul A. 
Hodges, Kinston; John H. Dawson. Treas. 
Kinston. 

Highway Commission — E. A". Webb, Kinston: 
H. C. Hines. Kinston; G. S. Willard Pink 
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LINCOLN 



COUNTY SEAT, LINCOLNTON. 

Clerk Superior Court — A. Nixon, Lincolnton. 

Register of Deeds — J. E. Hoover. Lincolnton. 

Sheriff — W. B. Abernethy, Iron Station. 

Treasurer — M. T. Leatherman, Lincolnton. 

Coroner — S. R.' Warlick, Lincolnton. 

Surveyor — A. B. Heavner, Lincolnton, R. 1. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. J. W. Saine Lincoln- 
ton. 

Board of Elections— K. B. Nixon, Chm., 
Lincolnton. 

Supt. of Schools — L B. Beam. Lincolnton. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Mrs. Florence 
R. Winn, Lincolnton. 

Demonstration Agent — W. 
colnton. 

Supt. Public Welfare— L. B. Beam. Lin- 
colnton. 

County Commissioners — J. B. Johnston, Lin- 
colnton; W. A. Goodson, Iron Station; J M. 
Jetun, Reepsville R. F. D. ; G. L Beam, 
R-epsville. R. F. D : G. F. Howard. Denver. 

Board of Education— Kemp P. Nixon, Lin- 
colnton; Milton S. Rudisill, Crouse; J. W. 
( 'nil isc. Lincolnton; J. W. Little, Denver: M. T. 
Leatherman, Treas., Lincolnton. 



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COUNTY SEAT, MARION. 

Clerk Superior Court— W. H. Hawkins. 
Marion. 

Register of Deeds — Fred Fames, Marion. 

Sheriff— J. L. Nichols, Marion. 

Treasurer— M. G. Poteet. Marion. 

Coroner — G. B. Johnson. Old Fort. 

Surveyor — L. A. Homey. Nealsville. 

Supt. Public Health— Dr. Guy S. 
Marion . 

Board of Elections— F. M. Bradley 
Old Fori 

Supt. nf Schools— N. F. Steeps, Marion. 

Supt. Public Welfare— Miss Mary Greenlee, 
Marion. _., 

County Commissioners— T. W. Wilson, 
Mini. hi; Oscar Wilson. Marion; Logan Lacy. 
Marion. 

Board nt Education— T. W. Stacey, Nebo; M 
P Flack Vein Mountain; J. S. Bradley. Old 
Fort: M. a Poteet, Treas., Mari u 

Highway Commission— H. F. Lvtle. Marion; 
W P. Arte, Old Fort; A. P Muni-. Neals- 
ville 



MACON 



COUNTY SEAT. FRANKLIN. 
Clerk Superior Court— Frank 1. Murray, 

Franklin. _ 

Register of Deeds— Elmer Johnson, Franklin. 
Sheriff— Alex. Moore. Franklin 
Treasure] ilex. Moore. Franklin. 



Coroner — .1 J. Conley, Franklin. 

Surveyor — John II Dalton, Leatherman. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. 11. P. Horeley, Frank- 
lin. 

Board of Elcrliu.K \V. A. II ChUL, 

Franklin. 

Supt. of Schools M. D. Billings, Franklin. 

Supt. Public Welfare— Charles Shook, Frank- 
lin. 

County Commissioners— Frank M Chm., 

Franklin. B. 3: A. B. Slagle. Franklin. It 2; 
Charles McClure. Otto. 

Board of Education S II Lyle, Sr . Frank- 
lin; T. C. Bryson, Wests Mills; N L Bar- 
nard. Franklin, R. 3. 

Highway Commission — Board of Countj 
missioners. 



MADISON 



COUNTY SEAT. MARSHALL. 

Clerk Superior Court- W A West, Marshall. 

Register of Deeds — .1. Will Roberts, Marshall. 

Sheriff— J. J. Baley, Marshall. 

Treasurer — Citizens Bank and Bank of 
French Broad, Mashall. 

Coroner — Dr. .1 N Moon Marshall. 

Supt. of Health -Dr. Frank Rol Ma 

shall. 

Board of Elections Roy Gudger, Chm., 
Marshall. 

Supt. ni Schoi Is Homer Hem ■■ . Mai -hall. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Jani 
Fayden, Marshall. 

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Chm . Marshall : .1 <' Chandler. V\ 
I. George, Mars Hill. 

Board ol Ed 
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Marshall, K 5 

Highway Commission- H s Ran 
shall : K it Ram ey, Walnut i 
: e; Joe Brown, Wavi 

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COUNTY SEAT. WILLIAMSTON 

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Register of Di Brown, \\ 

Sheriff II. T Robersoi Wllllai 

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Supt. Public Welfare — A. G. Manning, Wil- 
liamston. 

County Commissioners — J. L. Hassell, Wil- 
liamston; II. I>. Peele, Williamston: J. L. 
Coletraln. Williamston; is. L. Long, Hamilton; 
II. c Green, Williamston. 

Board Hi Education — It. G. Harrison. Wil- 
liamston; .1. T. Waldo. Hamilton; W. II. Holli- 
day, Bobersonville ; C. D. Carstarohen, Treas. 
Williamston. 

MECKLENBURG 

COUNTY SEAT, CHARLOTTE. 

Clerk Superior Court — C. C. Moore, Charlotte 

Bi ister of Deeds — W. M. Moore, Charlotte. 

Sheriff— W. (). Cochrane, Charlotte. 

Treasurer — J. W. Stinson, Charlotte. 

Coroner — F A. Hovis Charlotte. 

Surveyor — T. B. Spratt, Charlotte. 

Supt. of Health — Dr. C. S. McLaughlin, Char- 
lotte. 

Board of Elections — W. M. Smith, Chm., 
Charlotte. 

Supt of Schools — J. M. Matthews, Charlotte. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss M. Davis, 
Charlotte. 

Demonstration Agent — C. E. Miller, Charlotte. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Lucius Eanson, Char- 
lotte. 

Countv Commissioners — J. B. McLaughlin, 
Chm.. Charlotte; P. D. Price. Charlotte. B. 
F. D. ; J. H. Bobbins, Derita; W. M. Boss, 
Matthews, B. F. D. ; J. B. Withers, Davidson. 

Board of Education — W. E. Price, Charlotte ; 
B. D. Funderburk. Matthews; W J. Hutchin- 
son, Charlotte B. 7 : W. M Morrow, Pine- 
ville; C. H. Caldwell. Charlotte, B. 8; James 
W. Stinson, Treas.. Charlotte. 

Highway Commission — Thomas Griffith, Char- 
lotte: J. B. Withers. Charlotte; A. J. Drape, 
Charlotte. 



MITCHELL 

COUNTY SEAT, BAKERSVILLE 

Clerk Superior Court — Brown McKinney, 
Bakersville. 

Begister of Deeds — J. D. Pannell. Bakers- 
ville. 

Sheriff — J. C. Pritchard. Spruce Pine. 

Treasurer — Leonard Gouge. Ewart. 

Coroner— C. E. Smith. Toecane, B. 1. 

Survevor — U. L. Byrd. Belief. 

Supt. of Health— C. E. Smith. Toecane, B. 1. 

Board of Elections — W. B. Young, Chm., 
Bakersville. 

Supt. of Schools — Jason B. Deyton, Forbes. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Jason B. Deyton, 
Forbes. 

County Commissioners — John Slagle, Bakers- 
ville; Billie Peterson, Poplar; D. J. English, 
Spruce Pine. 

Board of Education — D. F. Fortner, Wing; 
John W. Gudger, Bakersville ; C. T. Hickey, 
Spruce Pine; W. C. Berry. Bakersville; Tarley 
Turbyfill, Clarissa; Leonard Gouge, Treas., 
Ewart. 

Highway Commission— M. A. Anderson, 
Bakersville; W. B. Ellis, Bakersville; John M. 
Washburn, Bakersville. 



MONTGOMERY 

COUNTY SEAT, TROY. 

Clerk Superior Court — Edgar Haywood. Troy. 
Register of Deeds — W. L. Wright, Troy. 
Sheriff— G. W. Stuart. Troy. 
Treasurer — Hiram Freeman, Ether. 
Survevor — W. L. Thaver. Uwharrie.. 
Supt. of Health — C. Daligny, Troy. 
Board of Elections— O. J. Blalock, Chm., 
Troy. 
Supt. of Schools— J. S. Edwards, Troy. 
Supt. Public Welfare — I. S. Fike. Troy. 
County Commisisoners — Ben T. Wade, Chm., 



Troy; R. E. Andrews, Mount Gilead; E. B. 
Harris, Candor. 

Board of Education— B. L. Davis, Star; J. J 
Russell, Blaine; A. B. Moore, Mount Gilead, 
H. 2; George W. Stuart. Treas., Truv. 

Highway Commission — W. B. Hicks, Troy; 
Louis Dorsett. Troy; W. Clvde Chapel, Troy; 
II. L. Steed, Troy; G. O. Mullinix. Troy: W. 
G. Smitherman, Troy; V. P. Scarboro, Troy. 

MOORE 

COUNTY SEAT, CARTHAGE. 

Clerk Superior Court — J. Alton Mclver, Car- 
thage. 

Register of Deeds— E. C. Matheson, Car- 
thage. 

Sheriff— D. Al. Blue, Carthage. 

Treasurer — Bank of Pinehurst, Pinehurst. 

Coroner — Dr. C. T. Grier. Carthage. 

Surveyor— M. McQ. Bailey. Carthage. 

Board of Elections — N. J. Muse, Chm Car- 
thage, B. F. D. 4. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. A. McN. Blue, Car- 
thage. 

Supt. of Schools — A. B. Cameron. Carthage 

Farm Demonstration Agent — M. W. Wall 
Carthage. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Bertha 
Proffltt, Carthage. 

Supt. Public Welfare — A. B. Cameron, Car- 
thage. 

County Commissioners — H. P. McPherson 
Chm.. Cameron; G. C Shaw, High Falls; D.' 
A. McLaughlin. Vass. 

Toard of Education — W. H. H. Lawhorn 
Carthage: J. B. McQueen, Lakeview; T B 
Tyson, Carthage. 



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NASH 

COUNTY SEAT, NASHVILLE. 

Clerk Superior Court — J. N. Sills, Nashville. 

Begister of Deeds — J. B. Boddie. Nashville. 

Sheriff— J. L. Carnwell, Nashville. 

Treasurer — J. N. Tavlor, Nashville. 

Coroner — J. H. Griffin, Nashville. 

Supt. of Schools — L. S. Inscoe, Nashville. 

Board of Elections — W. B. Cooper, Chm., 
Nashville. 

Supt. Public Welfare — L. 
ville. 

Demonstration Agent — G. 
Nashville. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Marion Swain. 
Nashville. 

County Commissioners — G. L. Jones, Nash- 
ville : M. F. Morgan. Bailey, B. F. D. ; W B 
Bunting. Nashville. B. F. D. ; F. P. Spruill, 
Rocky Mount: C. L. Johnston, Whitakers. 

Board of Education — Frank V. Avent; Whit- 
akers, B. 5; C. D. Jones, Bocky Mount, B. 3; 
I. F. Finch. Bailey. 

Highway Commission — L. T. Vaughn, Nash- 
ville; W. S. Wilkinson, Bocky Mount; P. A. 
Morgan. Spring Hope; F. V. Avent Aventon ; 
William Hilliard. Middlesex; H. L. Dillard, 
Spring Hope, B. F. D. ; J. W. Privitt. Bailey. 

NEW HANOVER 

COUNTY SEAT, WILMINGTON. 

Clerk Superior Court — W. N. Harriss, Wil- 
mington. 

Begister of Deeds— W. P. McGlaughon. Wil- 
mington. 

Sheriff — Geo. C. Jackson. Wilmington. 

Auditor — J. A. Orrell. Wilmington. 

Recorder — Geo. Harriss, Wilmington. 

Coroner— A. S. Holden. Wilmington. 

Supt. of Health— J. H. Hamilton, Wilming- 
ton. 

Treasurer — J. A. Orrell, Wilmington. 

Board of Elections — D. N. Chadwiek, Jr.. 
Chm.. Wilmington. 

Supt. of Schools — W. A. Graham, Wilming- 
ton. 



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Supt. Public Welfare — Anita Walcjhorst, Wil- 
mington. 

Demonstration Agent — J. P. Herring. Wil- 
mington. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Florence 
Jeffress. Wilmington. 

County Commissioners — A. Hewlett, Chm. , 
Wilmington; Jos. W. Little. Wilmington; W. 
K. Dosher, Wilmington; W. E. Topp, Wilming- 
ton; Geo. W. Trask. Wilmington. 

Board of Education — Herbert McClammy. 
Wilmington ; T. E. Cooper, Wilmington ; B. 
Solomon, Wilmington; John A. Orrell, Treas., 
Wilmington. 



NORTHAMPTON 

COUNTY SEAT, JACKSON. 

Clerk Superior Court — ~. J. Beale. Jackson. 

Register of Deeds — S. J. Calvert, Jackson. 

Sheriff — H. L Jdyner, Jackson. 

Treasurer — Farmers Bank of Seaboard, Sea- 
board. 

Coroner — J. S. Grant. Jackson. 

Surveyor — E. P. Outland. Rich Square. 

Supt. of Heath — Dr. Paul G. Parker, Jack- 
son. 

Supt. of Schools — P. J. Long. Jackson. 

Board of Elections— B. F. Tennille, Chm.. 
Jackson. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Nancy 
McLavt'horn. Jackson. 

County Comissioners — J. G. Stancill. Chm.. 
Margarettsville ; J. T. Bolton, Rich Square ; 
J. O. Flythe, Conway. 

Board of Education — J. W. Weaver. Ricii 
Sn.uare; E. S. Bowers, Jackson; A. L. Lassiter, 
Potecasi. 



ONSLOW 



COUNTY SEAT. JACKSONVILLE. 

Clerk of Superior Court — N. A. Burton. Jack- 
sonville. 

Register of Deeds — I. E. Ketchum, Jackson- 
ville. 

Sheriff — J. R. Gurganus. Jacksonville. 

Treasurer — Bank of Onslow. Jacksonville. 

Coroner — B. L. Kellum, Jacksonville 

Supt. of Health— Dr. E. L. Cox. Jackson- 
ville. 

Board of Elections— N. E. Day. Chin.. Jack- 
sonville. , 

Supt. of Schools— W. M. Thompson. Jack- 
sonville. 

Home Demonstration Agent muss Ms 
Martin, Jacksonville. 



Demonstration Agent — D. L. Latham 
sonville, 

Supt. Public Welfare — W. M. Thompson 
Jacksonville. 

1 inty Commissioners — L D. Hoggs 
sonville; J. B. Petteway. Jacksonville; 
Pittman, Swansboro. 

Board of Education— J. B. Petteway 
sonville; L. D. Boggs. JacH B 

S. Pittman, Swansboro. 






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ORANGE 

COUNTY SEAT. HILLSBORO. 

Clerk Superior Court — Charles Strayhorn, 
Hillsboro. 

Register of Deeds — John V. McAdanis, Hills- 
boro. 

Sheriff— L. Bunn Lloyd, Hill ! 

Treasurer — Samuel T. Latta. Jr. Hillshoro. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. R. B Hayes, Hill 

Hoard of Elections— H. A. Whitfield I 
Chapel Hill. 

Supt. of Schools a II Claj 

Supt. Public Welfare— R. 11. Claytor. Hills- 
boro. 

County Commissioners— It. II. Wan!, ('bin. 
1 Hill; John W. Hill, lliisloro; ] 
D. W ' mi drove. 

Hoard of Education — S. Browning, \\ . I 
ham. R. 1 ; C. A McDade, Hillshoro. 11 L; 
\V. s Roherson. I hapel Mill; Samuel I 
Treas., Hillsboro. 



PAMLICO 



COUNTY SEAT. BAYBORO. 
clerk Superior Court — E. i: Martli r 
Register of Deed Leo ! I hoi 

Sheriff- W. H. Pickles Ba ,1 
Treasure] 3a Pa 

Coroner Dr. S E McCotter, Ba 
Surveyor — J. P. Til 
Supt. of Health Geo S \ 
wall. 
Supt. of Schools T. B. Atti 
B i ol Bli - i \i ' tter. Chm, 

Vanderm re 

County Commissioners P W Iward, Chm . 

IWhartonsvillc ; R V Eu i B D m 

Gooding I 
Ralph Harrl ntal. 

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liance ; .1 C Join . M< ilc; Q w Bi 

irapal ; W .i Morgan, Ol 

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PASQUOTANK 

COUNTY SEAT, ELIZABETH CITY. 
Clerk Superior Court — G. R. Little, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Kegisl.T Hi Herd Urn \V IiriltllLTS. Eliza- 
beth City. 

Sheriff— Charles Reid, Elizabeth City. 

Treasurer — Savings Baals and Trust Co., 
Elizabeth City. 

Coroner — Dr. I. Fearing, Elizabeth City. 

Surveyor — \V. F. Pritchard, Elizabeth City, 
R. 3. 

,Supt. of Health— Dr. C. 15. Williams, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Supt. of Schools — M. P. Jennings, Elizabeth 
City. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Mrs. Anna Lewis, 
Elizabeth City. 

Demonstration Agent — G. W. Falls, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Marcie P. 
Albertson, Elizabeth City. 

Board of Elections — P. G. Sawyer, Chm., 
Elizabeth City. 

County Commissioners — Noah Burfoot, Chm., 
Elizabeth City; J E. Corbett, Elizabeth City; 
W. J. F. Spence, Elizabeth City. R. 6; P. G. 
Pritchard, Elizabeth City; R. 3; J. R. Brite, 
Elizabeth City, R. 5; W. G. Morgan, Eliza- 
oeth City; R. 1; C. B. Mundon, Weeksville. 

Board of Education — J. M. Leroy. Elizabeth 
City; W. G. Cox, Weeksville, R. 1. ; D. W. 
Morgan, Elizabeth City, R. 5. 

Highway Commission — W. J. Woodley, Chm., 
Elizabeth City; O. F. Gilbert, Elizabeth City; 
A. B. Houtz, Elizabeth City; J. W. Foreman, 
Elizabeth City; J. J. Morris, Elizabeth City, 
R. 1. 



PENDER 



COUNTY SEAT. BURGAW. 

Clerk Superior Court — J. F. Johnson, Bur- 
gaw. 

Register of Deeds — J. C. Carr, Burgaw. 

Sheriff — R. T. Murray, Burgaw. 

Treasurer — R. T. Murray, Burgaw. 

Auditor — A. H. Costin, Burgaw. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. W. I. Taylor, Burgaw. 

Board of Elections — R. S. Atkinson, Chm., 
Sloop Point. 

Supt. of Schools — T. T. Murphy, Burgaw. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Elizabeth 
Lemby, Burgaw. 

Supt. Public Welfare— T. T. Murphy, Bur- 
gaw. 

County Commissioners — J. E. Henry, Chm., 
Rocky Point; T. T. Rivenbark, Watha; G. J. 
Powers, Willard. 

Board of Education — H. M. Page, Burgaw ; 
S. V. Bowen, Burgaw; G. J. Moore, Atkinson; 
R. T. Munay, Treas., Burgaw. 



PERQUIMANS 

COUNTY SEAT, HERTFORD. 

Clerk Superior Court — Charles Johnson, Hert- 
ford. 

Register of Deeds— W. F. C. Edwards, Hert- 
ford. 

Sheriff— Whit G. Wright. Hertford. 

Treasurer — L W. Norman, Hertford. 

Coroner — Dr. T. A. Cox, Hertford. 

Surveyor — J. P. Winslow, Hertford. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. G. E. Newby, Hertford. 

Board of Elections — P. E. Langsdale, Chm., 
Hertford. 

Supt. of Schools — Charles Whedbee, Hert- 
ford. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Helen 
Gaither, Hertford. 

Demonstration Agent — L. W. Anderson, Hert- 
ford. 



County Commissioners — C. W. Morgan, Hert- 
ford; J. G. Jolliff, Belvidere; S. P. Matthews, 
Hertford; W. E. Dail, Hertford; G. D. Towe, 
Chapanoke. 

Board of Education — Thomas Nixon, Hert- 
ford; R. II. Welch, Hertford, R. 3; J. H. 
.Miller, Winfall; L. W. Norman, Treas.. Hert- 
ford 

1 1 Ighway Commission — C. Whedbee, Hertford ; 
1". W. MrMullan, Elizabeth City. 



PERSON 



COUNTY SEAT, ROXBORO. 

Clerk Superior Court — D. W. Bradsher. Rox- 
horo. 

Register of Deeds — A. P. Clayton, Roxboro. 

Sheriff — J. M. O'Briant, Roxboro. 

Coroner — A. F. Nichols, Roxboro. 

Supt. of Health — W. A. Bradsher, Roxboro. 

Supt. of Schools — J. A. Beam, Roxboro. 

Treasurer — Bank of Roxboro, Roxboro. 

Board of Elections — R. L. Harris, Chm., Rox- 
boro. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Rev. J. A. Beam, 
Roxboro. 

County Commissioners — D. M. Cash, Moriah; 
W. H. Harris, Roxboro; B. F. Hester, Hurdle 
Mills. 

Board of Education — W. R. Wilkerson, Rox- 
boro 1 ; R. D. ISailey, Woodsdale ; Garland 
Chambers, Timherlake; W. A. Warren, Hurdle 
Mills; C. T. Wood, Roxboro; R. G. Clayton, 
Treas. , Roxboro. 

Highway Commission — M. R. Long, Roxboro; 
F. D. Long, Roxboro, R. 3 ; J. S. Walker, 
Roxboro. 



PITT 

COUNTY SEAT, GREENVILLE. 

Clerk Superior Court — J. F. Harrington, 
Greenville. 

Register of Deeds — J. C. Gaskins, Greenville. 

Sheriff— E. R. Dudley, Greenville. 

Treasurer — A. T. Moore. Greenville. 

Coroner — S. G. Wilkinson, Greenville. 

Surveyor — W. C. Dresbach, Greenville. 

Supt. of Health — Dr. R. S. Bailey, Green- 
ville. 

Board of Elections — M. K. Blount, Chm., 
Greenville. 

Supt, of Schools — R. G. Fitzgerald, Green- 
ville. 

Supt. Public Welfare— K. T. Futrell, Green- 
ville. 

Demonstration Agent — W. B. Pace, Green- 
ville. 

County Commissioners — H. V. Staton, Bethel; 
W. W. Dowson, Grifton; J. W. Holmes, Farm- 
ville; S. M. Crisp, Falkland; J. B. Hardee, 
Greenville. 

Board of Education — A. G. Cox, Winterville; 
L. C. Arthur, Greenville; M. O. Blount, 
Bethel. 



POLK 

COUNTY SEAT, COLUMBUS. 

Clerk Superior Court — J. P. Arledge. Colum- 
bus. 

Register of Deeds — W. C. Hogue, Columbus. 

Sheriff — Frank Jackson. Mill Springs. 

Treasurer — Polk County Bank & Trust Co., 
Columbus. 

Coroner — R. B. Williams, Columbus. 

Surveyor — J. B. Livingston, Tryon. 

Supt. of Health — Dr. Earle Grady, Tryon. 

Board of Elections — W. B. Arledge, Chm., 
Columbus. 

Supt. of Schools — E W. S. Cobb. Columbus. 

Demonstration Agent — J. R. Sams, Columbus. 

Supt. Public Welfare — E. W. S. Cobb, Co- 
lumbus. 



COUNTY AFFAIRS A.\l> OFFICIALS 






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RALEIGH, N. C. 



County Commissioners — Charles Davenport, 
Chm., Columbus; W. G. Wilkins, Columbus; 
B. E. Hines, Landrum, S. C, R. F. D. 

Board of Education — Br. E. McQ. Salley. 
Saluda; S. B. Weaver, Landrum, S. C. R. 4; 
Walter Jones, Tryon. 

Highway Commission — G. H. Holmes, Tryon ; 
J. H. Gibbs, Mill Springs; H. Davis, Finger- 
ville, S. C, R. F. D. 



RANDOLPH 



COUNTY SEAT, ASHEBORO. 

Clerk Superior Court — Frank M. Wright, 
Asheboro. 

Register of Deeds— J. F. White, Archdale. 

Sheriff— J. A. Brady, Ramseur. 

Treasurer — E. E. Lewallen. Asheboro. 

Coroner— W. W. Hoekett. Climax. 

Surveyor — A. K. Scotten, Ramseur. 

Board of Elections— T. C. Moose. Chm., 
Asheboro. 

Supt of Health— C. A. Hayworth, Coleridge. 

Supt. of Schools— T. F. Bulla. Asheboro. 

Supt. Public Welfare— T. F. Bulla, Asheboro. 

County Commissioners — O. C. Marsh, Chm., 
Randleman; E. C. Blair, Progress; Amos Hen- 
shaw, Ramseur. 

Board of Education— L. F. Ross, Asheboro; 
J. A. Martin. Liberty; Irvin N. Cox, Randle- 
man, R. 2; E. E. Lewallen, Treas., Asheboro. 

Highway Commission — W. L. Ward. Ashe- 
boro; C. C. Cheek, Ore Hill, R. F. D. ; L E. 
Bird, Thomasville, R. F. D. ; C. H. Hill. Far- 
mer; John B. Humble, Asheboro. 



RICHMOND 



COUNTY SEAT. ROCKINGHAM. 

Clerk Superior Court — J. A. McAulay, Ruck 
ingham. 



Register of Deeds — R. L. Johnson, Rocking- 
ham. 

Sheriff— R. L. McDonald. Rockingham. 

Coroner — A. M. Smith. Rockingham. 

Surveyor — N. A. Graham. Rockingham, R. 3. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. W. R. Mcintosh, 
Rockingham. 

Board of Elections — F. D. Phillips, Chm., 
Rockingham. 

Supt. of Schools — L. J. Bell, Rockingham. 

Treasurer — Bank of Pee Dee. Rockingham. 

Supt. Public Welfare— O. G. Reynolds, Rock- 
ingham. 

County Commissioners — B. F. 
Chm., Rockingham; II l> Hamlet ; L. 

D. Frutchey, Mount Gilead. R. J: .1 A Capel, 
Ellerbe; J. A. McNeill, Roberdel. 

Board of Education — W. N. Everett, .lr . 
Rockingham; D. A. Parsons. Covington; P. B. 
Gibbons, Hamlet; J. M. Dockery, Rockingham, 

Highway Commission — Hoard of County Com- 
missioners. 



ROBESON 



COUNTY SEAT, LUMBERTON. 

Clerk Superior Court— C B. Skipper, Lum- 
berton. 

Register of Deeds — M. \V. Floyd, Lumberton 

Sheriff — R. E. Lewis, l 

Tr surer — Bank of Ma it U 

Surveyor — .1. Ed. Tyson, Lumberton. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. E. R Hardin. Lumber- 
ton. 

Board of Elections— Frank Cough. Chm . 
Lumberton. 

Supt. (if Schools .1 it P le Lumberton 

Demonstration Agent 0. Duki Lumber- 
ton. 

Home Demonstratioi v- ■ M I a \ 
drews, Lumberton. 



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County Commissioners — John W. Ward, Chm., 
Rowland; Hoy McNalr, Max ton ; John G. 
Hughes, Parkton; W. J. Council, Red Springs; 
C. r>. Towsend, Lumberton. 

Board of Education — Lucius Mcltae, Rod 
Springs; Mrs. W. W. Lewis, Fairmont; T. L. 
Johnson, Lumberton; Miss Kate Mel. Ruie, 
Red Springs; C. T. Pate, Purvis. 

Highway Commission — T. 0. Evans, Chm., 
Maxton; J. I. Townsend, Lumberton; Geo. A. 
McKay, Red Springs; G. H. Floyd, Fairmont; 
J. Browne Evans, St. Pauls. 



ROCKINGHAM 

COUNTY SEAT, WENTWORTH. 

Clerk Superior Court — Hunter K. Penn, 
Weiitworth. 

Register of Deeds — Wade H. Gentry, Madi- 
son. 

Sheriff— A. P. Sands, Reidsville. 

Coroner — Dr. J. T. Taylor, Madison. 

Surveyor — S. B. Dameron, Reidsville. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. Sam. Ellington, Went- 
worth. 

Board of Elections — John W. Irving, Chm., 
Wentvvorth. 

Supt. of Schools — L. N. Hickerson, Went- 
worth 

Supt. Public Welfare— J. H. Allen, Reids- 
ville. 

Demonstration Agent — F. L. Walker, Reids- 
ville. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Mrs. Ethel W. 
Moore, Reidsville. 

County Commissioners — M. L. Heiner, Spray; 
James R. Martin, Stoneville; P. R. Webster, 
Madison, R. F. D. ; R. J. Martin, Ruffln; B. 
B. Chance, Reidsville. 

Board of Education — George W. Martin. 
Madison; B. F. Mebane, Spray; A. D. Hop- 
kins, Benaja; Eugene Irvin, Reidsville; C. P. 
Wall, Spray. 

Highway Commission — G. W. Estes, Road 
Supt. , Madison. 



ROWAN 



COUNTY SEAT, SALISBURY. 

Clerk Superior Court — J. F. McCubbins, 
Salisbury. 

Register of Deeds — Max L. Barker, Salis- 
bury. 

Sheriff— J. H. Krider, Salisbury. 

Treasurer — W. H. Crowder, Salisbury. 

Coroner — Dr. H. H. Newman. Salisbury. 

Surveyor — X. A. Trexler, Salisbury. 

Supt. of Health — Dr. C. W. Armstrong, 
Salisbury. 

Board of Elections — Edwin C. Gregory. Chm., 
Salisbury. 

Supt. of Schools — R. G. Kizer, Salisbury. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Mrs. Mary O. Lin- 
ton, Salisbury. 

Some Demonstration Agent — Miss M. Adna 
Edwards, Salisbury. 

County Commissioners — H. E. Rufty, Chm., 
Salisbury; F. D. Patterson. China Grove; W. 
D. Graham, Mount TJlla; C. L. Miller, Rock- 
well; W. A. Cline, Salisbury, R. F. D. 

oard of Education — H. E. Rufty, Salisbury; 
F. D. Patterson China Grove; W. D. Graham. 
Mount T'lla; C. L. Miller, Rockwell; W. A. 
Clint', Salisbury; W H. Crowder Treas., Salis- 
bury. 



RUTHERFORD 

COUNTY SEAT. RUTH ERFORDTON. 

Clerk Superior Court — D. B. Johnston, Ruth- 
erf ordtcm. 

Register of Deeds — M. T. Wilkie. Ruth sr- 
fordton. 

Sheriff — J. W. Beason, Rutherfordton. 

Treasurer — J. F. Flack, Rutherfordton. 



Coroner — J. L. Butler. Forest City. 

Surveyor — J. F. Justice, Forest City. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. J. C. Twitty, Ruther- 
fordton. 

Supt. of Schools— \V. R. Hill, Rutherford- 
ton. 

Supt. Public Welfare — R. E. Price. Ruther- 
fordton. 

Board of Elections — J. R. Anderson, Chm., 
Rutherfordton. 

Demonstration Agent — R. D. Thrash, Ruther- 
fordton. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Eva Logan, 
Rutherfordton. 

County Commissioners — W. G. Harris, Chm., 
Harris; D. D. Fortune, Bostic; G. \\ . Rollins, 
Carole n. 

Board of Education — A. B. Flack, Forest 
City; Miss Una C. Edwards, Cliffside; P. C, 
Rollins, Rutherfordton; J. F. Flack, Treas., 
Rutherfordton. 

Highway Commission — Board of County Com- 
missioner.-.. 



SAMPSON 



COUNTY SEAT. CLINTON. 

Clerk Superior Court — W. F. Sessoms, Clin- 
ton. 

Register of Deeds — John B. Williams, Clinton. 

Sheriff— N. A. Williams, Clinton. 

Treasurer — Bank of Sampson, Clinton. 

Coroner — Dr. E. Tate Sessoms, Cooper. 

Surveyor — John W. Herring, Garland. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. E. T. Hollingsworth, 
Clinton. 

Supt. of Schools — J. L. Hathcock. Clinton. 

Board of Elections — John B. Kerr, Sr.' Chm., 
Clinton. 

Demonstration Agent — B. T. Melvin, Clinton. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Mrs. W. B. 
Lamb, Garland. 

Supt. Public Welfare — W. D. Christeson. 
Clinton. 

County Commissioners — E. L. Crumpler, Chm., 
Clinton; S. J. Faircloth, Autryville; Geo. D. 
Herring, Dehvay. 

Board of Education — J. A. Turlington, Salem- 
burg; W. A. Jackson, Cooper; C. I. Bobinson, 
Garland. 

Highway Commission — E. L. Crumpler, Clin- 
ton; A. R. Herrin". Clinton; J. W. Bryan, 
Newtoit Grove ; B. E. Wright, Ingold. 



SCOTLAND 



COUNTY SEAT. LAURINBURG. 

Clerk Superior Court — C. D. McCormick. 
Laurinburg. 

Register of Deeds — C E. Muse, Laurinburg. 

Sheriff — W. D. McLaurin, Laurinburg. 

Treasurer — W. D. McLaurin. Laurinburg. 

Coroner — X. Hammond, Laurinburg. 

Supt. of Health — Dr. Peter McLean, Laurin- 
burg. 

Board of Elections — George T. Goodwin, 
Chm.. Laurinburg. 

Supt. of Schools — L M. Peele, Laurinburg. 

County Commissioners — Angus Blue. Laurin- 
burg; W. G. Buie. Wagram; John Walter 
Jones. Laurinburg. 

'"oard of Education — John T. Bostic. Laurin- 
burg; Dr. W. G. Shaw. Wagram; W. X. Mc- 
Kenzie, Gibson; W. D. McLaurin, Laurin- 
burg. 



STANLY 



COUNTY SEAT, ALBEMARLE. 

Clerk Superior Court — J. A. Little, Albemarle. 
Kegister of Deeds— George P. Palmer, Al- 
bemarle. 

Sh-riff— J. J. Morton. Albemarie. 
Treasurer — Cephus C. Little Oakshorb.' 
Coroner — John C. Smith. Albemarle. 
Surveyor — E. J. Culp. Badiir. 



COUNTY AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS 



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D. E. MacCARTHY, Agency Manager 
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Supt. of Health— Dr. J. M. Anderson. Al- 
bemarle. 

Board of Elections — John D. Health, Chin.. 
Albemarle. 

Supt. of Schools — Charles A. Reap. Al- 
bemarle. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Z. V. Moss, Albe- 
marle. 

Demonstration Agent — Oscar H. Phillips, Al- 
bemarle. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Myrtle 
Keller, Albemarle. 

County Commissioners — R. G. Mabry, Albe- 
marle; W. B. Crovvell. New London: R. G. 
Foreman, Norwood. 

Board of Education — W. H. Sugg. Albemarle : 
Dr. L W. Hart. Norwood; L H. Bost. Albe- 
marle: C. C. Little. Treas.. Albemarle. 

Highway Commission — R. G. Troutman, Al- 
bemarle. R. 3; A. F. Mabry, Albemarle; A. F. 
Biles. Albemarle; J. A. Allen. Albemarle: C. F. 
Smith. Stanfield. 



STOKES 

COUNTY SEAT. DANBURY. 

Clerk Superior Court — A. J. Fagg, Danbury. 

Register of Deeds — N. Earl Wall, Danbury. 

Sheriff— H. D. Turpin, Danbury. 

Coroner — Or. B. G. Tuttle, Walnut Cove. 

Surveyor — Herbert Carter, Sandy Ridge. 

Supt. of Health — Dr. R. J. Tuttle Walnut Cove. 

Supt. of Schools — J. C. Carson, Germanton. 

Supt. Public Welfare — J. C. Carson, Fran- 
cisco. 

Board of Elections — E. P. Pepper, chm., 
Danbury. 

County Commissioners — John W. Slate, Dan- 
bury; James A. Boles, Danbury; Samuel P. 
Venable. Danbury. 

Board of Education — J. Reid Forest Fran- 
cisco; John L. Christian, Pinnacle; W. S. 
Steele, Sandy Ridge; E. 0. Shelton, Treas., 
Danbury. 



SURRY 



COUNTY SEAT. DOBSON. 

Clerk Superior Court — J. A. Jackson, Dob- 
son. 

Register of Deeds — Henry Wolfe, Dobson. 

Sheriff— W. L Alberty, Dobson. 

Treasurer— F. S. Eldridge, Rusk, R. F. D. 

Coroner— D. W. Snow, Rusk, R. F. D. 

Surveyor — Job McGee, Mount Airy, R. F. D. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. L L. Williams, Mount 
Airy. 

Supt. of Schools— J. H. Allen, Elkin. 

Board of Elections — Robert A. Freeman, 
Chm., Dobson. 

Supt. Public Welfare — C. Gurney Robertson, 
Rockford. 

County Commissioners — S. F. Shelton. Chm., 



Mount Airy, R. F. D. ; A. W. George, ELkin ; 
N. D. S. Hill, Brim. 

Board of Education — E. 11. U'rriin, U 
Airy; O. E. Snow, Pilot Mountain; B. 11 
Chatham, Elkin; .1. II Thorp, Elkin; 
Chilton. Ararat; Floyd S. Eldridge, 
Husk. 

Highway Commission — Dr. Moir S 
Mount Airy; W. I'.. Williams, Busk, H 1'. D . 
J. B. Sparger, Mount Airy; .1. S. Patterson, 
Pilot Mountain; A. G. Click, Elkin; U I 
Butner, Pinnacle. 



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SWAIN 



COUNTY SEAT, BRYSON CITY. 

Clerk Superior Court — S. B. Smiley, B 
City. 

Register of Deeds — D. E. Nichols, B 
City. 

Sheriff— W. M. DeHart Bryson City. 

Treasurer — W M. DeHart, Bryson I 

Coroner — C. W. Martin. Cherokee. 

Surveyor — W. W. Jenkins, Bryson City. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. A. M. Bennett, Bry- 
son City. 

Board of Elections — W. M. Taylor, Chm., 
Biyson C'ty. 

Supt. of Schools — N. E. Wright. Iiry^m 

Demonstration Agent — Frank Fleming, 
son City. 

Supt. Public Welfare— N. E. Wright. Bry- 
son City. 

County Commissioners — W. H. Patterson. 
Judson; T. C. Queen, Ocona Lufty; .1. II M 
Han, Ela. 

Board of Education — S. \\\ Black. B 
City; G. I. Calhoun. Proctor; J. T. Cunning 
ham. Almond; Win. Oellart. Treas. B 
City. 

Highway Commission — A. S. Patterson, 
son City; A, M. Bennett, Bryson I'm . r i: 
Fry, Bryson City; Fred Floyd. Ocona Lufty. 

TRANSYLVANIA 

COUNTY SEAT. BREVARD. 
clerk Superior Court — N. A. Miller, Brevard 
Register of Deeds — Roland Owen, B 
Sheriff — Delia Grlmshame, Bn 
Surveyor Elzie Shipman, Brevard, 
Coroner — llys.s Merrell, Brevard 
Treasurer — Dr. E. L English, Rosman. 
Supt. of Health W -i Wallis, Bi 
Board of Elections I' E Shuford. Chm . 

Brevard. 
Supt. Mi 1 Schools- A. P. Mitchell, Brevard 
Demonstration Agent-^J. W. Llndley, 

vard. 

i [ome i >' 'i' astraiton Agent M [>ucUe 

ciark. Brevard 
County ('minimi it I, Scruggs, Chm., 

Brevard : it M Bawkin -. Etowah . I 

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COUNT'S AFFAIRS A\l> OFFICIALS 



Board of Education — Edwin Poor, Davidson 
Biver; B. A. Gillespie, Brevard; W. II. Duck- 
worth, Brevard; Ulyses Merrell, Treas., Bre- 
vard. 

Highway Commission — T. II. Shipman, Bre- 
c. E. Orr, Brevard; K. F. Glazener. 
Brevard. 



TYRRELL 



COUNTY SEAT, COLUMBIA. 

Clerk Superior Court — W. N. Norman, Co- 
lumbia. 

Register of Deeds — A. Nelson, Columbia. 

Sheriff — Joseph E. Reynolds, Columbia. 

Treasurer — S. J. Holloway, Columbia. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. S. J. Holloway, Co- 
lumbia. 

Board of Elections — J. W. Hamilton, Chm. , 
Columbia. 

Supt. of Schools — \V. F. Walters, Columbia. 

Supt. Public Welfare — W. F. Walters, Co- 
lumbia. 

County Commissioners — Dr. Benjamin W. 
Cohen, Columbia; Winfield S. Sykes, Columbia; 
II. Thomas Davenport. Columbia. 

Board of Education— J. W. Coffleld. Colum- 
bia; Paul Jones. Gum Neck; H. T. Davenport, 
Columbia, B. 1. 



UNION 



COUNTY SEAT. MONROE. 

Clerk Superior Court — B. W. Lenxmond. 
Monroe. 

Begister of Deeds — M. C. Long, Monroe. 

Sheriff — Clifford Towler, Monroe. 

Coroner — T. B. Davis, Monroe, B. F. D. 

Surveyor— B. W. Elliott, Monroe, R. F. D. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. G. B. Nance, Monroe. 

Board of Elections — George S. Lee, Jr., Chm., 
Monroe. 

Suj>t. of Schools — Bay Funderburk, Monroe. 

Supt. Public Welfare — E. C. Snyder, Mon- 
roe. 

Demonstration Agent — J. T. W. Broom, Mon- 
roe. 

County Commissioners — A. A. Secrest. Chm., 
Monroe ; W. D. Bivens, Monroe, B. F. D. ; 
W. L. Hemby. Matthews, R. F. D. 

Board of Education — P. P. W. Plyler, Mon- 
roe . John Beasley, Monroe; Zeb M. Little, Mon- 
roe; B. F. Parker, Jr.. Monroe; S. A. Latham, 
Monroe. 

Highway Commission — F. G. Henderson, 
Monroe ; Edward Niven, Waxhaw; G. W. Smith, 
Marshville, R. 4. 



VANCE 



COUNTY SEAT, HENDERSON. 

Clerk Superior Court — Henry Perry, Hender- 
son. 

Register of Deeds — P. E. Rowland, Hender- 
son. 

Sheriff — J. S. Royster, Henderson. 

Treasurer — J. S. Royster, Henderson. 

Coroner — .las. H. Wheeler, Henderson. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. B. A. Olds, Hender- 
son. 

Board of Elections — Thomas M. Pittman. 
Chm. . Henderson. 

Supt. of Schools — E. M. Rollins, Henderson. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Mrs. W. B. Waddill. 
Henderson. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Mrs. J. K 
Plummer, Middleburg. 

County Commissioners — C. V. Singleton. 
Henderson; E. L. Fleming, Middleburg; Amos 
G. Parrott, Dabney; H. C. Tuthill, Hender- 
son ; S. O. Brummit. Henderson. 

Board of Education — R. J. Corbitt. Hender- 
son; James E. Kimhall, Townsville; W. H. 
Parrish, Middleburg. 

Highway Commission — Board of County Com- 
missioners. 



WAKE 



COUNTY SEAT, RALEIGH. 

Clerk Superior Court — Vitruvius Royster, Ra- 
leieh. 

Register of Deeds — W. Henry Penny, Raleigh. 

Sheriff — D. Bryant Harrison, Raleigh. 

Treasurer — L. D. Stephenson, Raleigh. 

Coroner — J. E. Owens. Raleigh 

Surveyor — E. M. Eustler, Raleigh. 
Auditor — II. G. Holding, Raleigh. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. A. C. Bulla, Roleit?h. 

Hoard of Elections — S. J. Adams, Chm., 
Raleigh. 

Supt. of Schools — John C. Lockhart. Raleigh. 

Supt. Public Welfare— C. H. Anderson, Ra- 
leigh. 

Demonstration Agent — John C. Anderson, Ra- 
leigh. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Marion 
Plunket, Raleigh. 

County Commissioners — H. D. Rand, 
Garner; Dr. O. L. Ray. Raleigh. R. 1; 
Scarborough. Eagle Rock; Robert P. 
Wakefield: .T. J. Bernard. BaDigh. 

Board of Education — W. A. Withers, 
Raleigh: N. Y. Gulley, Wake Forest; M. B. 
rhamblee. Wakefield; L. D. Stephenson, 
Treas. , Raleigh. 

Roads— C. M. Miller, Supt., Raleigh. 



Chm. . 
E. T. 
Jones, 

West 



WARREN 



COUNTY SEAT. WARRENTON. 

Clerk Superior Court — John D. Newell, War- 
renton. 

Register of Deeds — J. A. Dowtin, Warren- 
ton. 

Sheriff — R. E. Davi=. Warrenton. 

Financial Agent— J. G. Ellis. Warrenton. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. C. S. Pcete, Warren- 
ton. 

'"oard of Elections — Frank H. Gibbs. Chm . 
Warrenton. 

Sunt, of Schools — J. Edward Allen, War- 
renton. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Raymond Rodwell. 
Warrenton. 

County Commissioners — C. C. Hunter. Chm.. 
Warrenton; J. M. Burroughs. Warrenton; Wal- 
ter Allen. Axtel : J. J. Myrick, Littleton; John 
Ponell. Marmaduke. 

Board of Education — Jes=e Gardner. Macon; 
Edward Petar. Ridgeway; B. B. Terrell, War- 
renton. 

Hisrhwav Commission — G. H. Macon, War- 
renton : W. T. Paschal. Merry Mount. 



WASHINGTON 

COUNTY SEAT, PLYMOUTH. 

Clerk Superior Court— C. V. W. Ausbon, 
Plvmouth. 

Register of Deeds — Paul W. Brinkley, Ply- 
mouth. 

PhTiff— J. E. Reid. Plymouth. 

Treasurer — A. L Holmes. Creswell. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. W. H. Ward, Ply- 
mouth. 

Board of Elections — Z. V. Norman, Chm., 
Plymouth. 

Supt. of Schools — John W. Darden, Ply- 
mouth. 

Demonstration Agent — R. W. Johnson, Ply- 
mouth. 

Supt. Public Welfare— J. W. Darden. Ply- 
mouth- 
County Commissioners — H. C. Spruill, Chm.. 
Plvmouth ; J. M. Clagon, Roper ; H. A. Litch- 
field. Jr., Creswell. 

Board of Education — John E. Singleton. 
Roper; L C. Cahoon, Plymouth; William 
Wiley, Creswell; A. L Holmes, Treas., Cres- 
well. 



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WATAUGA 



COUNTY SEAT, BOONE. 

Clerk Superior Court — A. \V. Smith. Boone. 

Register of Deeds — E. M. Harman, I'.oone. 

Shei itf — J. E. Young, Blowing Bock. 

Treasurer — A. G. Wilson, Zionville. 

Coroner — D. M. MoretZ, Sands. 

Surveyor— I. M. Bumgarner, Vilas. 

Supt. of Health — Dr. .1. W. Jones, Boone. 

Board of Elections — J. M. Moretz, Chm., 
Boone. 

Supt. of Schools — Smith Hagman, Vilas. 

Supt Public Welfare — S. Hagman. Vilas. 

County Commissioners — J. C. Miller, Blow- 
ing Bock; L. H. Holler, Vilas; G. W. Rob- 
bins, Shulls Mills. 

Board of Education — J. W. Farthing, Boone ; 
V\. N. Howell, Brookslde; W. F. Sherwood, 
Sherwood; Arlie Wilson, Treas., Zionville. 

Highway Commission — C. D. Taylor, Valle 
Cruieis; W. H. Norris, Sands; Charles Wat- 
son, Virgil. 



WAYNE 



COUNTY SEAT, GOLDSBORO. 

Clerk Superior Court — J. B. Hooks, Golds- 
boro. 

Register of Deeds — G. E. Grantham, Golds- 
boro. 

Sheriff — W. D. Grant, Goldsboro. 

Treasurer — C. D. Taylor, Goldsboro. 

Coroner — C. C. Baker, Goldsboro. 

Surveyor — Louis Godwin, Goldsboro. 

Supt. of Health — Dr. A. J. Ellington, Golds- 
boro. 

Board of Elections — J. R. Hood, Chm.. 
Goldsboro. 

Supt. of Schools — J. T. Jerome, Goldsboro. 

Supt. Public Welfare— A. E. Howell, Golds- 
boro. 

Demonstration Agent — J. K. Robertson, Golds- 
boro. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Elizabeth 
Bogle, Goldsboro. 

County Commissioners — G. D. Bizzell, Golds- 
boro; F. B. Jordan, Mount Olive, R. 7 ; G. F. 
Peele, Fremont; C. R. Aycock, Fremont; D. N. 
Newsome, Goldsboro, R. 2. 

Board of Education — A. H. Edgerton, Golds- 
boro ; J. E. Kelly, Mount Olive ; J. A. Best, 
Fremont. 

Highway Commission — W. P. Rose. Chm , 
Goldsboro; L. A. Byrd, Mount Oiive; C. M 
Johnson. Goldsboro ; F. B. Aycock, Fremont ; 
D. M. Newsome. Goldsboro, H. V. D 



WILKES 



COUNTY SEAT. WILKESBORO. 

Clerk Superior Court — William A. Stroud, 
Wiikesboro. 

Register of Deeds — James C. Wallace, North 
Wiikesboro. 

Sheriff— W. D. Woodruff— Wiikesboro. 

Treasurer — Thomas M. Crysel, Wilkesnoro. 

Coroner— C. Shelton Sink, North Wiikes- 
boro. 

Surveyor — G. G. Elledge, North Wiikesboro. 

Supt. of Health — A. H. Lindorme, Wiikes- 
boro. 

I oard of Elections — J. A. Bousseau, Chm., 
North Wiikesboro. 

Supt. of Schools — C. C Wright. Hunting 
Creek. 

Supt. Public Welfare — W. M. Sebastian, 
North Wiikesboro. 

Demonstration Agent — A. G. Hendren. Straw. 

County Commissioners — D. C. Sebastian, 
Chm.. Hayes; D. V Nichols, Purlear; John 
W. Robbins, Newcastle. 

Board of Education — C. C. Faw, Millers 
Creek; James S. Kilby, Hay^s; James Pennell, 
Wiikesboro; T. M. Crysel. Treas., Wiikesboro. 

Highway Commission — W. V. Caudill. North 
Wiikesboro; U. G. Foster, Congo; N. E. Par- 



lier. Ronda; C. C. Gambill. .North Wiikesboro; 
F. .1. Hartley, Elkvilk. 



WILSON 



COUNTY SEAT, WILSON. 

Clerk Superior Court — J. D. Bardiu. Wilson. 

Register ol Deeds — B. T. Barnes, Wilson. 

Sheriff— R. E. Howard, Wilson. 

Supt. ol Health — Dr. L. J. Smith, Wilson. 

Supt. of Schools — C. L. Coon, Wilson. 

Treasurer — Branch Banking and Trust Co., 
Wilson. 

board of Elections — George W. Tomlinson, 
Chm Wilson. 

Supt. Public Welfare — S. E. Leonard, Wil- 
son. 

Demonstration Agent — B. T. Ferguson, Wil- 
son. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Mrs. Willie 
White Boyette, Wilson. 

County Commissioners — H. B. Lane. Chm.. 
Wilson; J. H. Forbes. Stantonsburg, R. F. D.; 
Stephen Tomlinson, Black Creek ; W. L. Shel- 
ton, Stantonsburg: W. C. Boyette. Wilson, 
R. 3. 

Board of Education — E. J. Barnes, Wilson; 
B. J. Thompson Stantonsburg; N. L Barnes, 
Kenly. 

Highway Commission — Board of County Com- 
missioners. 



YADKIN 



COUNTY SEAT. YADKINVILLE. 

Clerk Superior Court — J. L. Carter, Yadkin- 
ville. 

Kegister of Deeds— T. R. Elton, Yadkinville. 

Coroner — W. E. Rutledge, Yadkinville. 

Surveyor — A. S. Speer, Boonville. 

Treasurer — Bank of Yadkin. Yadkinville. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. S. L. Russell. Yad- 
kinville. 

Board of Elections — S. A. Harding, Clirn., 
Yadkinville. 

Supt. of Schools — J. T. Reece, Yadkinville. 

Demonstration Agent — D. H. Osborn, Yad- 
kinville. 

Supt. Peublic Welfare — J. T. Reece, Jones- 
ville. 

County Commissioners — J. M. Davis, Chm., 
Boonville; A. Dinkins, Yadkinville, R. 2; T. 
H. Chamberlain. Yadkinville, R. 1. 

Board of Education — M. V. Fleming, Boon- 
ville; H. D. Williams, Yadkinville; T. J. 
Phillips, East Bend. 

Highway Commission — C. E. Mayberry 
Cycle; E. T. Davis, Yadkinville, R. 2; C. S. 
Reavis, Hamptonville ; D. G. Wagoner, Ben- 
bow ; George Steelman, East Bend ; C. B. 
Reavis, Yadkinville, R. 1. 



YANCEY 



COUNTY SEAT, BURNSVILLE. 

Clerk Superior Court — Louis English, Burns- 
ville. 

Register of Deeds — C. C. Carraway, Burns- 
ville. 

Sheriff— R. S. Roland, Burnsville. 

Treasurer — J. W. Bennett, Burnsville. 

Coroner — W. A. Peek, Ramseytown. 

Surveyor — W. L. Bennett, Burnsville. 

Supt. of Health— J. B. Gibbs, Burnsville. 

Board of Elections — Charles Hutchins, Chm., 
Burnsville. 

Supt. of Schools — W. O. Griffith, Windom. 

Supt. Public Welfare— W. O. Griffith, Win- 
dom. 

County Commissioners — J. M. Robinson. 
Chm., Celo; Issac McCoury, Day Book; S. M. 
Hensley, Bald Creek. 

Board of Education — J. Frank Hensley, 
Bald Creek; L. D. Gillespie, Burnsville; 
Robert C. Deyton, Green Mountain; R. S. 
Roland. Treas.. Burnsville. 



RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS 



Religious Denominations 



Baptist Church 



The Baptist State Convention is composed of sixty-s 
tions, 2,243 churches with a membership of 247,698. Thei 
Sunday schools. Church property valued at $8,756,402. Benevo 

$945,000; Home purposes, $2,020,522. 

STATE CONVENTION. 

President State Convention — B. W. Spillman, Kinst< 

Secretary State Convention— "Walter M. <;ilmore, Sanford. 

Corresponding- Secretary State Convention — C. E. Maddry, Rali 

Educational Secretary — R. T. Vann, Raleigh. 

Sunday School Secretary — E. L. Middleton, Raleigh. 

B. Y. P. U. Secretary — Perry Morgan, Raleigh. 

Supt of Enlistment and Conservation — A. C. Hamby, Raleigh. 

Supt. of Evangelism — H. T. Stephens, Greensboro. 

Secretary-Treasurer Womans "Work — Miss Elsie Hunter, Itnleigh. 



Ahernethy, G. P.. Morganton. 
Abernethy, R. B. . Hildebran. 
Absher, J. M., Often. 
Adams, D. A., Hays. 
Adams, J. Z., Trap Hill. 
Adams. M. A., Rutherfordton. 
Ager, Geo., Lilesville. 
Alderman. J. M. , Troy. 
Allard, J. E., Wilmington. 
Allen, J. L., Dillion. S. C. 
Anderson, Chas., Scotland 

Neck. 
Andrews, E. C. Robersonville. 
Anthony, W. . Whittier. 
Arledge. J. B., Saluda. 
Arledge, J. W., Harris. 
Arnette, J. M., Wagram. 
Arrington, C. C, Mount Airy. 
Arrington. T F., Waynesville. 
Atkins, R. E., Raleigh. 
Atkinson, L. J., Washington. 
Austin, B. F., Taylorsville, 4. 
Austin, C. B., Laurinburg. 
Austin, D. M., Norwood. 
Ayers, W. A., New Bern. 
Ayscue. J. E., Carthage. 
Bagby, .1. Paul. Wake Forest. 
Bain. G. A.. Dunn. 
Ballard, J. M., Alexis. 
Bangle, L. A., Lincolnton. 
Barker, W. F Grassy Creek. 
Barnes, D. C, Rarnesville. 
Barnes, J. H.. Merry Hill. 
Barnes, L. E., Taylorsville. 
Barnes. M. L., Gastonia. 
Barnes. S. B., Merry Hill. 
Barrett. W. C, Gastonia. 
Barrs. W. L. , Drexel 
Baskin, E. L., Chapel Hill. 
Bass. J. H., Roxboro. 
Bateman, R. J.. Asheville. 
Baucom, H. W., Winston- 
Salem. 
Baucom, W. T., Elkin. 
Baugh, P. W. , Lincolnton. 
Beach. W. R.. Tabor. 
Beaver, E. A., Suit. 
Beaver, E. C, Violet. 
Beck, A. L. , 1'alsam. 
Belch, I. E., Davis. 
Bell, J. W.. Faison. 
Belton, J. O., Mount Airy. 
Benfield, H. S., Morganton. 
Benfleld, .1. H.. Rhodhiss 
Bennett, J. C, Asheville. R. 2. 
Bennett, J. M., Pineville. 
Bennett, J P.. Cramerton. 
Bennett, S. C, Bridgewater. 



LIST OF PASTORS. 

Bennett, S. W., Burnsville. 
Benton, Bruce, Rockingham. 
Betts, J. D., Fuquay Springs. 
Biggs. W. <>.. Wilson. 
Bilbro, W. L.. Winterville. 
I'.inkley, J. N., Houstonville. 
Black, C. J., Gastonia. 
Black. J. F., Ramseur. 
Blackburn, Coy.. Piney Creek 
Blackburn, C. S., Fairview. 
Blackburn, J. F., Lincolnton. 
Blackman, N. D., Goldsboro. 
Blackwell. W. M.. Flat Rock 
Blalock, Jesse, Rich Square. 
Blanchard, C. W.. New Bern. 
Blanton, S. L., Ellenboro. 
Elevens. E., Crumpler. 
Blevins, J. A., Hays. 
Blevins, S. L. , Whitehead. 
Blevins, T. E., New Lite. 
Blvthe, Carl. Etowah. 
Bobbitt, N. W., Littleton. 
Boggs, J. S., Marion. 
Tlomar, E. E., Hendersonville. 
Boone, J. R., Spruce Pine. 
Booth, J. H., Rockingham. 
Boney, L. B, Southport 
Bower, F. A., Morganton. 
Bowden, W. C, Drum Hill. 
Bradshaw, W. R., Hickory. 
Bradley, J. A.. Marshall. R. 3. 
Bradley, W. L., Etna. 
Bradley. W. T. 
Branton, J. S. 



Stockville. 
Saluda. 
Bridges, B. M., Mooresboro. 
Bridges. D. P., Newland. 
Bridges, J. D., Lattimore. 
Brinson, H. F., East Dur- 
ham. 
Bristow, S. F.. Colerain. 
Britt, N. F., Wake Forest. 
1'ritt. P. T., Lumberton. 
Brock, J. P., Paw Creek. 
Brooks. C. V., High Point. 
Brooks, E. M., Lumber Bridge 
Broom, J. H., Kannapolis. 
Brown, A. L, Magnolia 
Brown, A. E.. Asheville. 
Brown. H. A.. Winston-Salem. 
Brown, James. Marines 
Brown. J. M., Nealsvllle. 
Brown. J. S.. Shiloh. 
Brown, T. L. , Lewistiin 
Brown. W. T.. Boiling Springs. 
Brown, W. V., C 
Bruner. Weston. Raleigh. 
Bryant, II. <;.. Murfreesboro. 
Bryant, J. W., Elkin. 



Bryant, W. B., Finley. 
Bryant, K. E., Cou 
Bryson, .1. A , Cullasaja. 
r.i .M. a c . Balsam. 
Buchanan, M., Sprn 
Buchanan, II. B.. Glen 
Buchanan, Chas.. Toe Cane. 
Buchanan, A. G.. Hawk. 
Buchanan, W. G., Elk I'ark. 
Buck. Martin W., Burlington 
Bumgardner, E. V., Taylors- 
ville. 
Bumgardner, W. J.. Taj 

vllle, u. 5. 

Bunn, D. T . Spring 
Bonn. J. I!., Wake Fori 
Burcham, John, Ronda. 
Burkett, B. U . Jefferson. 
Burrell, W. R.. Monroe. 
BurriB, C. C, Win. 
Burris. C. C. Wingate. 
Burrus, <: E . Bockford. 
Burrus, L. W, Boom-ill.- 
Butler, A. A.. Tyner. 
Byrd. C. E.. Swepsonvllle. 
Bvrd. R. L. St. Pauls. U 2 
Byrum. .1 T. Winston-Salem. 
Byrum, W. J.. Creswell. 
Cain A. T. . Ilarrislmrg. 
Caldwell, C. A . McAdenvllle. 
Cale, W. F., Tyner 
Cale, J. F.. Roxobel. 

1 1 . Potecasl 
Calloway, J. W., State Boad 
Camp, W. <; . Kings Mm 
Campbell. J. A.. Bute's Creek 

. ibell, W P . Chadbourn 

Campbell. W". T., I 

Creek. 
Canady, C. A.. Boper. 
Cantrell, .1. R . Wal I 
Carltmi. W f . \\ iltiar 
Comack, -i A., Ha 
Carrick, Thomas, High P 
Carroll, 11 1> . Cb« 
.1 T . Wil 

Carter, E T., Clinton 

Carter, Henry, Garland 

Carter, A D Qai land 

i . j. v . Winston Salem 

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Carter, •' H . Hammond, S C 
Carter J. P n ' ' invllle 
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Cashwel R N Uim 
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RELIGIOUS DE NOMINATIONS 



Caudle, Z*b, Peachland. 
Caudle. T. A., Yamlkinville. 
Cawthon, K. W., Warsaw. 
Chaffln, A. C. Cerro Gr" 1 - 
Chronister. II. B., Maiden. 
Clanton, D. C. . Hlddenite 
Clark, M. L., Morganton. 
Clarke, J. A., High Point 
Clary, Amos, Marshall. 
Clenimons, A. W., liolivia. 
Cleveland. W. C. Arden. 
Cloer, Geo., Franklin. 
Coats. P. B., Lorris. S. C. 
Coggins, L. V.. Semora. 
Cole, C. D., Hendersonville. 
Cole, E. L. , Weeksville. 
Coleman, W. A., Boardman. 
Collins, Alex. Mount Airy. 
Collins, F. T., Ahoskie. 
Collins, T. D., Wake Forest. 
Colston, J. F. Huntersville 
Combs. J. A., Erlanger. 
Comer, J. R., Asbury. 
Comer. W. T., New Castle. 
Conley, C. F., Blairsville, Ga. 
Connell, J. S., Norwood. 
Connell. L. A, Catawba. 
Cook, C. C, Bakersville. 
Cook, J. H., Casar. 
Cook, B. L.. Addie. 
Cook. W. N., Murphy. 
Cooper, W. F., Doughton. 

Coram, R. P., Boonville. 
Corbett, R. I., Ayden. 
Corey, A., Jamesville. 
Corn. James. Paint Fork. 

Corn, Jesse. Marshall, R. 3. 

Corn. J. W., Mars Hill. 

Corn, J. P., Zirconia. 

Corn, Judson, Brevard. 

Corn, R. P.. Hendersonville. 

Corn, H. D., Mars Hill. 

Cornsilk, A. , Robblnsville. 

Corpening, A. N., Wakf 
Forest. 

Cothren, Grant, Often. 

Cowan. G. N., Apex. 

Cox. R. E., West Durham. 

Crabtree, W. A., Bear Creek. 

Crane, W. J., Durham. 

Crawford, L. H., Sylva. 

Creel, B. L., Asheville. 

Creech, Oscar. Red Oak. 

Crismon, C. E., High Point. 

Crisp, E. D., Lenoir, B. 4. 

Crisp, Oscar. Tuskeegee. 

Crisp, T. J., Conetoe. 

Crowder, T. W., Postell. 

Crowder, B. R., Winston- 
Salem. 

Croom, H. M., Hickory. 

Crouch, J. P., Wake Forest. 

Crow, J. W., W. Asheville. 

Crutchfield. T. S., Roanoke 
Rapids. 

Culbreth, H. C, Rutherford- 
ton. 

Cullom. W. R., Wake Forest. 

Currin, J. B.. Oxford. 

Dailey. L. E., Colerain. 

Daniel, P. S., Fayetteville. 

Davis, D. C, Cove Creek. 

Darton, M. L. , Corncord, B. 6. 

Davis, A. C, Marshville, R. 2. 

Davis, John A., Grayson. 

Davis, J. B.. Chapel Hill. 

Davis, M. P., Four Oaks. 

Davis, Q. C. , Albemarle. 

Davis, R. Lee. Statesvllle. 

Davis, T. B., iCinston, R. 3. 

Davis, J. T.. Cove Creek. 

Davis, R. J., Hamptonville. 

Day, Fred N., Winston -Salem. 

Day, T. J., Warrensville. 

Day, H. A.. Beaufort 

Dean, E. C, Burlington. 



Deaton, D. E. Fayetteville. 
DeLaney, J. C, Greensboro 

R. 2. 
DeLoatch, B. F. Gibsonville. 
Dellinger. Oscar, Edgemont. 
Denny, W. E., Grassy Creek. 
Deitz, T. F.. Bryson City. 
Deitz, B. N., Speedwell. 
Dillard, Monroe, Hays. 
Dixon, L. R., Ore Hill. 
Dodd, W. H.. Proctorville. 
Dorsett, H. G., Carrboro. 
Dorton, M. L., Concord. 
Dowd, W. C, FuQuay Springs. 
Dowell, Geo. J.. Raleigh. 
Dowell, C. L., Franklinton. 
Downs, P. E., Wentworth. 
Downey, J. W, Severn 
Draughn, T. S., Crutchfield. 
Duling, W. B., Hertford. 
Duncan, J. M., Mount Olive. 
Duncan, V. E., Winton. 
Dupree, J. E., Calvert. 
Durham, C. H., Lumberton. 
Early, B. G., Baleigh. 
Eatman, T. J., Stocksvllle. 
Edwards, F. P., Swannanoa. 
Edwards, F. C, Swannanoa. 
Egerton, S. A., P.uie's Creek. 
Eggers, R. C, Zionville 
Elam, W. A., Shelby. 
Eller. W. H., Greensboro. 
Ellington, R. P., Graham. 
Eliott, J. S., Knottsrille. 

Eliott. P. L., Bryson City. 

Ellis, C. G., Bakersville. 

Ellis, J. A., Raleigh. 

Eubanks, M. E., Pollocksvllle. 

Farmer, J. S., Raleigh. 

Farthing, J. H., Sweet Water. 

Fetterolf, S. H., Kelly. 

Fiddler, F. L.. Winston- 
Salem. 

Fields, C. F., Benham. 

Fitzgerald, W. H., Black 
Mountain. 

Fletcher, J. F.. High Point. 

Fleming, J. M, Lumberton, 
R. 5. 

Fogleman, T. W., Pomona. 

Fountain, R. S., Siler City. 

Francis, Geo., Btiladean. 

Franzier, I. P., Liberty. 

Freeman, H. R., Spindale. 

Freeman, J. H., Cooleemee. 

Freeman, L. E. M. , Raleigh. 

Fry, F. W.. Mocksville. 

Friday, C. F., Taylorsville. 

Fulbright, J. O., Kings Moun- 
tain. 

Fulghum. J. H., Pollocksville. 

Gardner, E. N., Pendleton. 

Gardner, F. M., Southern 
Pines. 

Garner. R. N.. Spurgeon. 

Gav. R. L., Smithfield. 

Garrett, F. B., Hayesville. 

Gentry. J. J.. Marion. 

Gillespie, J. C, Lexington. 

Gilmore, W. M.. Sanford. 

Gold. W. M., Ellenboro. 

Goodrich. A. L., Wake Forest. 

Goode, W. E., Roxboro. 

Gordon, R. R., Cary. 

Gouge, J. A., Wing. 

Gragg, E. M., Vilas. 

Grant, J. H.. Duvall. 

Gray. J. J, Etowah 

Green, C. W., Marlon. 

Green. B. P., Mooresboro. 

Greene, A. J., Boone. 

Greene, D. A., Butler, Tenn. 

Greene, J. E., Pattons Ridge. 

Green, J. H., Ogden. 

Green, G. L.. Hopkins. 

Green, Levi., Hopkins. 



Green, J. R., Jacksonville. 
Greene, J. T., Wake Forest. 
Green, R. W., Greens Creek. 
Green, S. H., Warne. 
Green, S. M., Spruce Pine. 
Green, T. M., West Durham. 
Grice. J. B.. West Asheville. 
Griffin. N. H., Big Laurel. 
Grindstaff, Isaac, Toecane. 
Gulley, J. P., Nashville. 
Guy, T. Sloan, Dunn. 
Gwaltney, J. P., Hiddenite. 
Gwaltney, L. P., Stony Point. 
Hackney, J. A., Yanceyville. 
Hackney, J D., Franklinville. 
Haddock, H. C. Fair Bluff. 
Hagaman, J. P.. Lenoir, R. 3. 
Haire, P. H., Fleetwood. 
Haight, W. R., Windsor. 
Haigler, R. M., Wingate. 
Hall, A. J., Forney. 
Hall, R. J., Wilmington. 
Hall, R. F., Elizabeth City. 
Hall, J. H., Mount Airy. 
Ha.ll. W. M., Cataloochee. 
Hall. E. O., Forney. 
Hall, S. P., Warne. 
Hall, L. W., Minneapolis. 
Hall, S. W.. Winston-Salem. 
Hall, W. G.. Wilmington. 
Hamby, A. C, Raleigh. 
Hampton, N. S., Pineola. 
Hamrick, G. P., Shelby. 
Hamrick, B. M., Rutherford- 
ton. 
Hanes. F. W. Spindale. 
Hardaway, J. S.. Thomas- 

ville. 
Hare, Frank, Wallburg. 
Harrelson, E. M., Bug Hill. 
Harrelson, A. D.. Lorris. S. C. 
Harrill, I. D., Lattimore. 
Harrill, Z. D., Ellenboro. 
Harrill, H. D., Forest City. 
Harrill, G. P.. Bellcross. 
Harris. B. B., Dysartsville. 
Harris, E. R., Burnsville. 
Harris, J. M., Morganton. 
Harris, J. P., Bethel. 
Harris, J. S., Albemarle 
Harris, M. I., Hickory 
Harris, T. C, Harris. 
Harte. J. D., Oxford. 
Hart, W. C. Brookford. 
Hartsell, Paul, Wake Forest. 
Hartsell, W. H., Burnsville. 
Hanvard, Geo., Durham. 
Havener, Vance, Henry. 
Hayes, J. E., Hays. 
Hayes, T. M.. Nathan's 

Creek. 
Haynes, J. H., Mount Airy. 
Haynes, J. M., Clyde. 
Hedgepeth, I. P.. Lumberton. 
Hedgepeth, R. A., Lumberton. 
Hellard, E. F., Winston- 
Salem. 
Helms, D. F.. Concord. R. 6. 
Hembree, Chas. A., Murphy. 
Henderson, J. K., Hamilton. 
Henderson, Z. I., Quebec. 
Henline, Julius, Spruce Pine. 
Hensley, S. T.. Biltmore. 
Herring, R. H. Waynesville. 
Hester, C. R., St. Pauls. 
Hewitt, D. L, Shallotte. 
Hickman, G. T., Winnabow. 
Hicks, J. J., Kings Mountain. 
Hicks, P. A., Chadwick-Char- 

lotte. 
Higgins, J. T . Lenoir. 
Hilburn, R. M.. Bladenboro. 
Hileman, C. W.. Wampler. 
Hill, J. W. P., New London. 
Hilliard. J M., High Point. 
Hines, H. B., Manteo. 



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Hinson. E. F., ElMn. 

Hipps, R. H., Asheville. 

Hobbs, L. M., Star. 

Hocutt, J. E.. Nashville. 

Hodge, J. L., Rutherfordton. 

Hodges. E. C., Adams. 

Hogan, K. W., Waxhaw. 

Hoglen, John, Webster. 

Hogshed, W. D., Birch. 

Hogue, H. J., Wesser. 

Holbert, J. S., Saluda. 

Holcomb, W. E., Statesville. 

Holden, C. H., Belhaven. 

Holloman, W. A., Jonesville. 

Holmes, W. B.. Porter. 

Holland, C. P., Old Fort. 

Holland. C. C, Statesville. 

nono\\a», L. M., Hampton- 
ville. 

Hood, T. J.. Goldsboro. 

Hopkins, W. M.. High Point. 

Hold. J. T., Kings Mountain. 

Horner, K. C, Gatesville. 

Hough, W. A., Denton. 

Howard. A. T., Saluda. 

Howard, C. B., Wake Forest. 

Howell, A. T., Newton. 

Howell, J. D.. Plymouth. 

Hoyle. J. E., Lenoir. 

Howell, W. M., Biltmore. 

Hudson, C. F,, Washington. 

Hudson. S. F., Dunn. 

Huggins, F. M., Boone. 

Huggins. W. M., Autreyville. 

Huneycutt, C. C, Locust. 

Hunnycutt, Tlvo., Stanfield. 

Hunnycutt, K. N., Rockwell. 

Hunt. D. J.. Spindale. 

Huntley, David, Bear Wal- 
low. 

Huntley, F. J., Bear Wallow. 

Huntley, M. M., Ruthtrford- 
ton. 

Huntley, S. F.. Henderson- 
ville. 

Hurt. J. J.. Wilmington. 

Hutchinson, E. J., Wades- 
boro. 

Hutchinson, J. H., Raleigh. 

Hyde, J. I., Bryson City. 

Ingle, E. J., Asheville. 

Ingram. R. E., Woodland. 

Iverv, E. S.. Denton. 

Irvin. A. C, Shelby. 

Jackson, E. , Campobello. S. C. 

Jackson, C. L. . Wadesboro. 

James. R. H., Marshville, 
R. 5. 

James, W. C Mount Airy. 
Tarvis, N. T., Roaring River. 

Jenkins. J. L.. Maxton. R. 4. 

Jenkins, Shuford, Mars Hill. 

Johnson, J. S., Cedar Creek. 



Johnson, C. R.. Mocksville, 

R. 5. 
Johnson, E. N.. Dunn. 
Johnson, D. L. , Elizabethtown. 
Johnson, G. H., Belmont. 
Johnson, L. L. , Delway. 
Johnson, L., Raleigh. 
Johnson, W. N., Badin. 
Johnson, W. O., Grover. 
Jones, J. T.. Hendersonville. 
Jones, L. J.. Marion. 
Jones, W. J., Shelby, R. 4. 
Jones, T. A.. Forest City. 
Jordan, J. A., North Wilkes- 

boro. 
Jordan, J. R., Spies. 
Joyce, J. A., Roaring River. 
Joyner, A. V.. Williamston. 
Justice, A. I.. Hendersonville. 
Justice, T. B., Morven. 
Justice, J. M., Bryson City. 
Justice, T. L. Enfield. 
Keaton, T. C, Winston-Salem. 
Kelly, W. M., Wilmington. 
Kendrick, R. G., Baeford. 
Kester, J. M., Shelby. 
Kesler, M. L , Thomasville. 
Keller, O. A.. Aberdeen. 
Key, W. H., Halls Mills. 
Kidd. Jno., C, Bennett. 
Kilpatrick, J. B., Calvert. 
Kincheloe, J. W., Rocky 

Mount. 
King, J. D., Wampler. 
King, T. H., Gastonia. 
Kinsey W. S.. Turtletown. Tenn. 
Kinsland. J. L. , Franklin. 
Kirk, J. E., Tarhoro. 
Kirk. J. L. , Salisbury. 
Kirk. J. T. , Clemmons. 
Lambert, Levi, New Hope. 
Lanier, J. E., High Point. 
Lanier, R. C Greensboro. 
Lanier. R. B., Raleigh. 
Lanier, Hardy, Wilmington. 
Lanning, T. D.. Leicester. 
Larkins, J. D., Fayetteville. 
Lassister. A. G., Star. 
Laughridge, B. H., Mai<lrn 
Lawhon, W H. H., Carthage. 
Lawrence, Eli, Randleman. 
Ledbetter, J. C, Wake Forest. 
Ledford, E. G.. Pisgah Forest. 
Lee, J. N., Cherokee, 
tee, L. C, Sanford. 
Leggett, <',. T)., Windsor. 
Lemons, B. L., Salisbury. 
Lennon. B. S. Hillsboro. 
Lewis, M. L., Hayesville. 
Lewis. Marvin, Culberson. 
Linderman, S. C, Violet. 
Lineberry, B. B., Colerain. 
Liner. II. G., Landrum, S. C. 



Linney. W. E.. WUkesbOTO. 
Little, I. B., Norwood. 
Little, Luther, Charlotte. 
Little, T. P.. Marshville. R. 4. 
Livingston, E. A., Mount Gi- 

lead. 
Lockerman, W. D., Clinton. 
Long, E. A., Laurel Springs. 
Long, W. A., Cove Creek. 
Love, Hoyle, Unionville. 
Lowe. A. E. , Bryson City. 
Lowe. G. C, Whaleyville. 
Lunsford, W. R., Marble. 
McAlpine. J. M., Stony Point. 
McCall, A. C, Gates. 
McCall, S. B., Brevard. 
McCann, Levi, Ronda. 
McCarter, W. P., Mount Airy. 
McClure. W. B., Alexis. 
McCoy, D. C. Etna. 
McCracken, R. P., Franklin. 
McDuffle, J. F., Chapel Hill. 
McDaniel, E. L., Lattimore. 
McElreath, F. M. Leicester. 
McFalls, W. T., Candler, R. 2. 
McFarland. R. W., Flag Pond. 

Tenn. 
McGregor, Carlton, Wake 

Forest. 
McGregor, S. S., Nashville. 
Mclntvre. S. L.. Oaksboro. 
McKaughan, J. A., Asheville. 
McKinney, C. H., Bakersville. 
McMahan, W. F., Old Fort. 
McManus, O. W., Gibson. 
McNeill, M.. Wilkesboro. 
Maee, R. G.. Belmont. 
Maddry, C. E., Raleigh. 
Manley. A. J., Bosnian. 
Marion, T. J. Crutchfleld. 
Marlow, II J.. Tabor. 
Marr, L. N.. Suit. 
Marr, W. W., Cullowhee 
Marley, II. (' . China Grove. 
Marsh, A., Marshville. 
Marshall, O. N., Stantons- 

burg, 
Marshall, J. J.. Macon. 
Martin, C. F.. Murphy, B. 2, 
Martin. G. A.. Concord. 
Martin. J. L . Fuquay Springs. 
Martin, W. N., Alexander. 
Mason. B. K . Greensboro. 
Mason, J. A , Hendersonyille. 
Massingaie, J. C, Aurora. 
Matheny, C C i ■ City. 

Math ion, w. B . Bobblna- 

villc. 
Mathis, B ii . Jonesville. 
Maj G W . Fairfield 
Mav. S. S.. YndUinviUe. 
Mays, L. T . Ridge, n 
Meigs, •!. «'.. WingaU 



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Melton, A. C... Rowland. 

Melton, N. A. Hendersonville. 

Mercer, I. M., Wilson. 

Merritt, R. P., Kinston. 

Michael, Melvin, Patton Ridge. 

Michael, W. II . Trade, Tenn. 

Middleton, .1. B., Saluda. 

Miller, Alexander, Jackson. 

Miller. I). L.. Highlands. 

Miller, Ed.. ().. Obids. 

Miller. H. R., Littleton. 

Miller. H. O., Tovvnsville. 

Miller. J. R. , Fairmont. 

Miller. M. D., Triplett. 

Miller. R. V., Hendersonville. 

Miller. W. V.. Ocona Lufty. 

Millsaps. Jesse, Millsaps. 

Minton, R. L. , Congo. 

Monds R. S.. Columbia. 

Mitchell. O. B. Comeron. 

Mitchiner, J. F.. Franklinton. 

Mouteith. S. 15., Noland. 

Mont/. \V. L . Mars Hill. 

Moore, A. O.. Clayton. 

Morgan, F. M., Flats. 

Morgan, R. H., Marshall. 

Morgan, S. L. Henderson. 

Morris, D. P., Norwood. 

Morris W. A., Hendersonville. 

Moose. J. !>.. North Charlotte. 

Morton. S. F., Winston-Salem. 

Mull, W. R.. Connelly Springs. 

Mumford. E F., Cove City. 

Murchison, C. M , Proximity. 

Murray, J. T. . Winston-Salem. 

Murray, L. B., State Road. 

Mustian, A. P.. Winton. 

Myers, B. O.. Ramseur. 

Myers, C. H. Charlotte. 

Myers. W. W., North Wilkes- 
horo. 

Nanney. T. G., West Jeffer- 
son. 

Naylor, M. W. , Dunn. R. 1. 

Neilson, A. J., Hendersonville 

Nelson, E. R. , nenderson. 

Newton. I. T., Whiteville. 

Nichols. L. L., Finley. 

Nobles. J. W., Middlesex. 

Norris. C. H.. Holly Springs. 

Norvelle, C. S.. Durham. 

Oakley, Geo.. Mount Airy. 

O'Brien, L. R., Mount Olive. 

O'Kelley, T. W., Raleigh. 

Oldham. S. W.. Hillsboro. 

Olive, E. I. Mount Airy. 

Olive. W. S.. Apex. 

Overby, D. W., Keidsville. 

Owen, C. F., Waynesville. 

Owen, J. R., Mars Hill. 

Pace. V. G, Saluda. 

Padgett, L. B., Farmville. 

Padgett. Rush. Lattimore. 

Page, B. R., Magnolia. 

Page. J. M.. St. Pauls. 

Palmer. R. L.. Beech Creek. 

Pardue, A. T., Roaring River. 

Pardue, T. F., King. 

Passmore, G. W., Postell, 
Tenn. 

Paul, E. A., Lumberton. 

Payne, T. E. , Taylorsville. 

Peele. R. E., Clarksville, Va. 

Pennill. W. A., Zionville. 

Pennington, G M.. Kenna- 
rock, Va. 

Penry, H. T., Mocksville. 

Peterson, C. D., Clinton. 

Peterson, Alex, Ingold. 

Phillips, G C, Bear Creek. 

Phillips, M. B., Mount Airy. 

Phillips, N. B., Barnardsville. 



Pickens, J. M.. Barnardsville, 
Pilkerton. G. J., Japan. 
Pipes. J. C, Hot Springs. 
Pippin, A. A., Wakefield 

Pipkin, Howard. Muunt Olive. 
Pittman, Reuben, Altapass. 
Pk-mmons. B. B.. Trust, 
l'lybon. C. T.. Woodsdale. 
Poe, E. D., Durham. 
Pool, D. W. , Winston-Salem. 
Porter, A. H.. Duke. 
Potts, E. H., Goldsboro. 
Potts. W. T., Highlands. 
Powell, H. A.. Clarkton. 
Powell. R. E. , Bladenboro. 
Powers, J. H Burgaw. 
Powers, J. L., Bentonsville. 
Pratt, R. N. , Hendersonville. 
Presler. M. D. L.. Polkton. 
Prevatte, J. E., Jennings. 
Prevatt, F. A., Lumberton, 

R. 1. 4 

Pridgen, W. D., Pembroke. 
Pruett, J. B., Catawba. 
Pruette, L. R., Charlotte. 
Pruett, W. M. , Waynesville. 
Purvis, S. L.. Cerro Gordo. 
Putnam. D. F.., Cherryville. 
Pyatt. J. S., Nebo. 
Queen, A. C, Sylva. 
Queen, C, Casar. 
Ramy, Virgil. Franklin. 
Ray, J. B., Roaring River. 
Raymond. F. B., Como. 
Reaves, Jere, Nelson, Va. 
Rector, J. A., Drexel. 
Reece, D. G., Boonville. 
Reid C. B., Albemarle. 
Reynolds, W. W., Virgilina, 

Va. 
Rhyne, C. A., Salisbury. 
Rhyne, C. V., Gastonia. 
Rhyne, S. A., Pomona. 
Rhodes. 15. L, Hertford. 
Richardson, J. M., Kerners- 

ville. 
Richardson, W. C. Albemarle. 
Riddle, B. B., Dillingham. 
Riggs. O. L, Mount Gilead. 
Rimmer, W. W., Stanly. 
Robbins. T. S., Buffalo Cove. 
Roberson, C. M., Draper. 
Roberts, E., Rutherfordton. 
Roberts, L. C, Marshall. 
Roberts, T. F., Alvarado, Va. 
Roberts, P. A.. Mebane. 
Robinson. Wyatt, Lunday. 
Rogers, B. N.. Sunburst. 
Rogers, C. F., Oriental. 
Rollins. B. F., Elizabethtown. 
Rollins, G. W., Concord. 
Rose, J. W. . Asheboro. 
Rosser, W. O.. Whitakers. 
Royall, W. B., Wake Forest. 
Ruppe. J. T., Rutherfordton. 
Rush. J. W.. Statesville. 
Ruppe. J. T., Rutherfordton. 
Russell, W. J., Aquadale. 
Russell, W. R., Albemarle. 
Russell, G. B., Tuxedo. 
Sadler, J. W., Goldsboro. 
Sasser, Lonnie, Bocky Mount. 
Sasser, T. M., New London. 
Sasser, T. L. Candler. 
Scarborough, C. W.. Franklin. 

Va. 
Scott. E. W.. Canton, R. 1. 
Sears, H. C. Clyde. 
Sebastian, G. W.. North 

Wilkesboro. 
Sentelle. R. A., Waynesville. 
Setzer, A. W. . Maiden. 



Shaver, J. M., Granite Falls 

Shaw. F. W.. Randlemaii. 

Shebane, Y. T.. Wingate. 

Sherwood, A. C. Wingate. 

Shepherd. N. 11.. Hollister. 

Shinn. J. L., Southmont. 

Shacklette, 15. M., Angier. 

Shore, R. H.. Blowing Rock. 

Shope, .1. M., Yellow Creek. 

Shook. J. B., Leicester. 

Shuford, A., Harvard. 

Silvers, H. G, Hayesville. 

Simmons, F. L., Marion. 

Simpson, J. E., Brevard. 

Sinclair, J. W., Forest City. 

Sisk, J. A., Marion. 

Slattery. J. J.. Hays. 

Smith, A. B., Oakboro. 

Smith, Chas, C, Brevard. 

Smith, J. M., Albemarle. 

Smith, J. H, Cherokee, S. C. 

Smith, L. P., Andrews. 

Smith. L. W., Greenville. 

Smith. W. A., Charlotte. 

Smcak, E. L.. Rural Hall. 

Snider, F. L, Mars Hill. 

Snow, J. A., Lincolnton. 

Snyder. E. C., Monroe. 

Snyder, J. S., Fayetteville. 

Snvder, J. W. . Concord. 

Solesbee, A. S., Tellico. 

Soots, L. P., Madison. 

Sorgee, B., Asheville. 

Sorrells, A. P., Gilkey. 

Sorrell, C. R., Parkton. 

Sparks, A. F., To?cane. 

Sparks. J. A., Ledger. 

Sparks. J. Y. . Ledger. 

Spencer, J. O., Grassy Creek. 

Sninks, W. D., Winston- 
Salem. 

Sprinkle, A. J., Weaverville. 

Sprinkle, W. B.. Asheville, 
R. 4. 

Sprinkle, Perry. Marshall. 

Spillman. V. W.. Kinston. 

Staley, T. E., Ashley Heights. 

Staley, W. F., North Wilkes- 
boro. 

Stamps. M. . Louisburg. 

Stamey. J. W., Spruce Pine. 

Stancil, W. D., Kenly. 

Stanley, C. S.. Chadbourn. 

Stanley, G. W., Mollie. 

Stanley, K. L.. Bug Hill. 

Stanberry, J. S., Marble. 

Staton, M. M., Saluda. 

Stephens, A. L., Black Moun- 
tain. 

Stephens, A. P., Evergreen. 

Stevens. C. E.. White Oak. 

Stevens. W. D.. Lorris. S. C. 

Stevens. W. R., Delway. 

Stiles, S. A.. Wehutty. 

Stone. J. I.. Shallotte. 

Strickland. C. H., Proximity. 

Strickland. C. M. Proximity. 

Stroud, I. T., Seven Springs. 

Stroup. H. M., Pineville. 

Stroup. S. A., Newton. R. 2. 

Stukenbroke, K. D.. Spencer. 

Styles. B. 15.. Cane River. 

Sullivan. E. F., Maxton. 

Sullivan. J. A.. Wilmington. 

Suttle, J. W., Shelby. 

Swain, H. L., Delway. 

Swain. V. M. , Winston-Salem. 

Swift. Wellington, Reese. 

Swink, Amos. Connelly Springs. 

Tate, R. J.. Fingerville. S. C. 

Taylor. J. J.. Leaksville. 



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Taylor. C. L., Mount Holly, 

B. 2. 
Taylor, T. J.. Warrenton. 
Teague, A. E., Belmont. 
Teague, Grover, Taylorsvllle. 
Teague, J. L. , Harmony. 
Teague, J. TJ. . Louisburg. 
Teal, C. M., Forest City. 
Thayer, J. H., Elizabeth City. 
Thomas, C. A. G., Mount 

Holly. 
Thomas, I. W., Lenoir. 
Tliomas, J. C. Boonford. 
Tilley, Geo. V., Statesville. 
Todd. J. K., Clarendon. 
Todd. N. J., Wake Forest. 
Townsend, B. , Selma. 
Triyett, G. W., Sugar Grove. 
Triyett. J. B., Trade. Tenn. 
Truett, W. T., Murphy. 
Tunstall, G. T, Oxford. 
Turner, A. T., Clinton. 
Turner, C. K., Statesville. 
Turner, E. W., Winston- Salem. 
Turner. G. S., Fayetteville, 

R. 5. 
Turner, J. B., Greenville. 
Turner, J. Clyde, Greensboro. 
Tyner. J. T., Whiteville. 
Underwood. J. M.. Postell. 
Underwood. P. A.. Moores- 

ville. 
Upehureh, C. A., Oxford. 
Usry. E. G.. Oxford. 
Vann, B. T., Baleigh. 
Vaughan, A. O., Henderson- 

ville. 
Vernon. T. L., Sharpsburg. 
Vipperman, D. E., Elm City. 



Vipperman. J. H.. High Point. 
Vipperman. J. L., Dallas. 
Von Miller, R. M., Wilson. 
Waff. W. B.. Mocksville. 
Waldrop, J. L., Mamie. 
Waldrop, J. .T., Lowell. 
Walker, M . Cycle. 
Wall W. H., Lenoir. 
Wallace, W. B., Wake Forest. 
Walters, F. W.. Dillion, S. C. 
Walters, B. E., Henderson- 

ville. 
Walls, Isaac, Boomer. 
Washburn. D. G., Shelby, B. 4. 
Watson. S. N., Forest City. 
Watson, T., Hackett. 
Watkins. Geo. T., Goldsboro. 
Watts, F. C. N. Wilkesboro. 
Watts, J. W., Taylorsville. 
Way. H. F., Seagrove. 
Welch. J. E., Durham. 
Wells, E. L., Edenton. 
West, Algia, Andrews. 
West, E. P.. Wake Forest. 
Weston, E. L.. Atkinson. 
Weston. L. U., Spray. 
Wheeler, D. M., Triplett. 
Wheeler, L. E., Pine Bluff. 
Whitaker, J. M.. Johnson City, 
Tenn. 

E. E.. Nashville. 

E. P.. Rutherfordton. 

G. W.. Beulaville. 

L. McB.. Kinston. 

L. B.. Clyde. 

R. E. . Lexington. 
G., Revolution. 



White, 
White. 
While. 
White. 

Whit,' 
White. 
Whitley 



Whitley. 

burn 



B. 

E. 



Whitley, ,T W. . Murfreesboro. 
Whitley. Willard. Oakboro. 
Whitener, H. C. Hickory. 
Wiggins, A., Judson. 
Wilcox. A. W.. Mooresville. 
Wilcox. B. F., Shulls Mills. 



J. B. 



Williams, 

City. 
Williams. 
Williams. 
Williams. 
Williams, 
Williams. 
Williams. 
Williams. 

City. 
Willis. 
Wilson. 
Wilson, 
Wilson, 
Wilson, 
Wilson, 
Wilson. 
Wilson. 
Wilson. 
Wilson, 
Woodard, J. 
Woodard. ,T. 
Wood. 11. .1 
Woodruff, 

River. 
Wooten F. 
Wright, il 
Wright. J. 
Fates, J. C 



TT. K. 



W. 
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Elizabeth 

Jonesboro. 

Spies. 
Clinton. 
Maiden. 
New Hope. 
High Point 
Bessemer 



City. 



Morehead 
. Athlone. 
, Proc'or. 

Zionville. 

Newland. 

Wall.- 
. Flats. 

Cane Biver. 
. Flat Bock. 
. Bakersrtlle, 
Almond. 
Bryson City. 



Waxhaw. 



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Roaring 



Chadbourn. 
Wake Forest. 
Jennings. 
Statesville. 



A. N. 



Wilkes 



■i okell ] . W. It . Rocky Mount 

Xounce, I). A . Kyle, 

Younce, .1. L. Franklin. 
Young. J. L. . ESllijay. 



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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

There are 278 Presbyterian ministers in the 
State. 50] churches, a membership of 63,054; 
Sundaj School enrollment of 53,951. A total 
of $^,107,573 was contributed the past year 
by the membership for all causes. 
Clerks of Presbyteries. 

Albemarle — J. N. H. Sumraerell. New Bern. 

Concord — E. I). Brown, China Grove. 

Payetteville — E. L. Siler, Maxtuu. 

Bongs Mountain — F. A. Dennau, Mount 
Bolly. 

Mecklenburg — J. E. Wool, Charlotte. 

Orange — D. I. Craig, Reidsville. 

Wilmington — W. P. M. Currie, Wallace. 

Synod of North Carolina — D. I. Craig, Reids- 
ville. 

MINISTERS. 

M. C. Bowling, Townesriile. 

C. Connor Brown, Louisville, Ky. 
Lewis Collins, Henderson. 
Willard Conger, Kooky Mount. 

A. J. Crane, Tarboro. 

E. S. Currie, Tsing-Kiang-fu. China. 

A. M. Earle, Stovall. 

E. L. Flanagan, Wilson. 
N. N. Fleming, Pinetops. 
G B. Hanrahan, Kinston. 

B. E. Henderlite, Bougemont. 
J. H. Jarvis, Washington. 

R. A. Lapsley, Jr., Tarhoro. 

H. H. Leach, Swan Quarter, R. 1. 

S. B. Lyerly, Williow Springs. 

J. L. McBride, Wilson. 

H. N. McDiarmid, Kinston. 

Peter Mclntyre. Goldsboro. 

J. H. Millard, Goldsboro. 

W. B. Neill, Rocky Mount, R. 2. 

W. P. Nickell, Tarboro. 

Stuart K. Oglesby. Oxford. 

S. K. Phillips, Greenville. 

R. H. Katchford, Farmville. 

F H. Scattergood, Greenville. 

H. B. Scaright, Washington. 

J. N. H. Surnmerell, New Bern. 

W. T. Wadley, Edenton. 

K. A. White, Henderson 

Stanley White, Roanoke Rapids. 

W. McC. White, Baleigh. 

J. T. Wildman Parmele. 

T. C. Croker, Enfield. 

James L. Fowle, Washington. 

D. M. Armenstrout, Lenoir. 
F A. Barnes. Davidson. 

J. L. Bowers, Woodleaf. 
R. W. Boyd, Mooresville. 

E. P. Bradley, Mocksville. 
J. H. Brady, Susaki, Japan. 
E. D. Brown, China Grove 
S. L. Cathey, Loray. 
Byron Clark, Salisbury. 

J. M. Clark. Statesville. 

E. M. Craig, Hickory. 

S. A. Ewart. Newton 

W. C. C. Foster, Kannapolis 

J. M. Grier, Concord 

T. F. Haney, Mooresville 

C. B. Heller, Salisbury. 
W. M. Hunter, Davidson. 
T. W. Lingle, Davidson. 

W. L. Lingle. Bichmond, Va. 
Robert O. Lucke, Concord. 
A. A. McLean, Morganton. 
K. L. Mclver. Kannapolis. 
L. L. Moore, Taylorsville. 
C. C. Myers, Concord. 
W. A. Nicholson, Woodleaf. 
H. M. Parker. Statesville 
John Pou, Valdese. 
Ovid Pullen, Harmony. 
C. E. Raynal, Statesville. 
C. M. Richards, Davidson. 
J. E. Robinson, Tadkinville. 
J. A. Scott, Harmony. 
J. A. Smith, Statesville. 



T. II. Spence, Harrisburg. 

J. C. Story, Marion. 

R, i'.. Taggart, Morganton. 

W. C. Wauchope, Concord. 

W. E. West, Mooresville. 

J. S. Wood, Spencer. 

Eugene Alexander, Raeford. 

A. S. Anderson. Wade. 

C. B. Bailey. Laurel Hill. 

Jonas Barclay, Pittsboro. 

J. D. A. Brown, Aberdeen. 

W. C. Brown. Baeford. 

W. c. Buchanan, Gifu, Japan. 

L. Cook Campbell, Fayetteville. 

C. V. Cavitt, Sanford. 

C. E. Clarke, Kenly. 

1. N. Clegg, Bow laud. 

C. B. Craig, Laurinburg. 

A. W. Crawford, Greensboro, 
li. M. Dixon, Red Springs. 
V. R. Gaston. Aberdeen. 
C M. Gileles, Linden. 
W. S. Golden, Sanford. 
J. W. Goodman, Red Springs. 
J F. Gorrell, Greensboro. 
J. K. Hall, Parkton. 
H. G. Hill, Maxton. 
J. J. Hill, Red Springs. 
W. E. Hill, Fayetteville. 
F L. Johnson, Laurinburg. 

D. L. Jones, Hope Mills. 

C. F. Kirkpatrick, Lillington. 

L. L. Little, Kiangyian, China. 
R. G. Mattneson, Jackson Springs. 

D. M. MeGeachy. Clayton. R. 1. 
Neill Mclnnis, Smitlitteld. 

L. A. McLaurin, Jonesboro 
R. A. McLeod, Manchester. 
John A. McMurray, Fayetteville. 
M. D. McNeill, Cameron. 
A. R. McQueen, Dunn. 
John McQueen, Rowland. 
J. F. Menius, Buies Creek. 
G. F. Moorehouse, Lumberton. 
Dugald Munroe. Bed Springs. 

E. C. Murray, St. Pauls. 
G. T. Pace, Red Springs. 
E. L. Siler. Maxton 

L. Smith, Fayetteville. 

E. W. Saunders, Niagara. 
C. K. Taffe, Carthage. 

C. G. Vardell, Red Springs. 
R. H. Viser, Laurel Hill. 

C. L. Wicker, Gulf. 

J. Mel. Wicker, Sanford. 
W. L. Wilson, Hemp. 

D. N. Blue, Carthage. 
A. S. Anderson, Lowell. 
Joseph Bartlett, Butherfordton. 
A. S. Caldwell, Columbus. 

J. T. Bendy, Belmont. 

F. A. Drennan, Mount Holly. 

G. R. Gillespie. Gastonia. 
J. C. Grier, Rutherfordton. 
W. S. Hamiter, Dallas. 

J. J. Harrell, Bessemer City. 
J. F. Hay. Kings Mountain. 
J. H. Hinderlite. Gastonia. 
J. M. McLain, Gastonia. 
W. A. Murray, Shelby. 

F. B. Rankin, Mount Holly. 
W. J. Roach, Lowell. 

G. A. Sparrow, Lowell. 

H. C. Whitener, Yamaguchi, Japan. 

K. L. Whittington, Forest City. 

W. S. Wilson, Lincolnton. 

T. E. B. Woods, Rutherfordton. 

C. C. Anderson. Charlotte. 

G. H. Adkinson, Salisbury. 

G. F. Bell, Charlotte. 

William Black, Charlotte. 

J. R. Bridgers, Charlotte. 

R. H. Brown, Charlotte. 

L. W. Brown, Charlotte. 

R. S. Burwell, Huntersville. 

H. C. Carmichael, Charlotte. 



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E. G. Carson, North Charlotte. 

J. C. Clontz, Cornelius. 

R. T. Coit, Soonchun, Korea. 

W. R. Coppedge, Rockingham. 

R. W. Culbertson, Charlotte. 

A. E. Dallas, Rockingham. 

C. M. Davis, Oakboro. 

J. J. Douglass, Wadesboro. 

W. E. Furr, Charlotte. 

L. G. Garth, Charlotte. 

Leonard Gill. Charlotte 

J. W. Grier. Huntersville. 

H. E. Gurney, Monroe. 

J. C. Harding, Charlotte. 

G. C. Huntington. Charlotte. 

Daniel Iverson, Charlotte. 

A. S. Johnson, Charlotte. 

Charles Kingsley, Matthews, R. P. D. 

R. S. Lattimore, Pageland, S. C. 

C. H. Little. Charlotte. 

C. G. Lynch, Charlotte. 
W. R. McCalla, Charlotte. 
A. A. McGeachy, Charlotte. 
R. J. Mellwaine. Monroe. 

D. B. McLaughlin, Newlands. 

W. C. McLaughlin. Suchien, China. 

,T. W. Moore, Susaki, Japan. 

R. L. Patrick, Pageland. S. C. 

W. T. Pearman. Unionville 

H. M. Pressly, Mooresville. 

G. F. Robertson, Bristol, Tenn. 

C. H. Rowan. Paw Creek. 
William C. Rouark. Elerbee. 
M. E. Sentelle, Davidson. 
A. R. Shaw. Live Oak. Fla. 

D. B. Shankel, Monroe. 

G. P. Stevens. Hsuchoufu. China. 

.T. W. Stork, Mount Gilead. 

T. G. Tate. Badin. 

A. H. Temple, Locust. 

George B. Thompson, Waxhaw. 

W. O. Underwood. Indian Trail. 

T. M. Walker, Charlotte. 

L. E. Wells. Derita. 

C. E. White. Marshville. 
.Tohn E. Wool. Charlotte. 
H. T. Young. Hamlet. 

D. C. Young, Charlotte. 

C. B. Alexander, Charlotte. 
R. S. Arrowood. Greensboro. 
H. S. Bradshaw, Hillsboro. 

E. N. Caldwell. Graham. 



L. 


S. Chafer. Upper Mount Clair, N. J. 


N. 


R. Clayton. Milton. 


J. 


W. Clegg, Guilford College. 


C. 


P. Coble, High Point. 


D. 


I. Craig, Reidsville. 


R. 


S. Carson, Durham. 


.7. 


S. Foster, Winston -Salem. 


R. 


W. George, Francisco. 


W 


B. Goebel. Madison. 


P. 


H. Gwynn, Spray. 



M E. Hansel, Mebane. 

E. H. Harding, Davidson. 

C. E. Hodgin, Greensboro. 

C. W. Irwin, Glade Valley. 

O. G. Jones, Greensboro. 

J. S. Kennison, Glade Valley. 

E. Frank Lee, Greensboro. 

George W. Lee, Winston-Salem. 

Johp M. McEachern, Kunsen Korea. 

T. M. McConnell, Greensboro. 

W. P. McCorkle. Burlington. 

W. S. Milne, Greensboro. 

Donald Mclver. Burlington. 

J. S. Morrow, col., North Wilkesboro. 

W. D. Moss, Chapel Hill. 

C. F. Myers, Greensboro. 

R. W. Mills, Greensboro. 

T. W. Oldham, Yaneeyville. 

S. M. Rankin. Greensboro. 

Z. V. Roberson, Mount Airy. 

W. B. Robertson, Leaksville. 

C. W. Robinson. North Wilkesboro. 
W. 0. Sample, Roxboro. 

D. H. Scanlon, Durham. 
A. W. Shaw, Mebane. 

T. W. Simpson, Winston-Salem. 
J. H. Smith. Thomasville. 
Wade C. Smith, Greensboro. 

E. C. Thompson, Sparta. 

W. T. Thompson, Richmond, Va. 
G. L. Whiteley, MeLeansville. 
C. L. Whiteley, Whitsett. 

C. D. Whiteley. Cedar Grove. 
L. T Wilds, Lexington. 

W. S. Wilhelm. Salisbury. 

R. Murphv Williams. Greensboro. 

W. M. Baker, Mount Olive. 

H. F. Beaty, Atkinson. 

D. T. Caldwell. Wilmington. 
P. L. Clark, Burgaw. 

J. S. Crowley, Wilmington. 

W. P. M. Currie. Wallace. 

P. W. DuBose. Wilmington. 

G. R. Faw. Seven Springs. 

W. H. Goodman, Clarkton, 

W. F. Hollingpworth, Kenansville. 

A. J. Howell, Whitevillo. 

James Lapsey. Elizabethtown. 

George M. Matthis, Clinton. 

J. O. Mann. Wilmington. 

A. S. Maxwell, Lavras. Brazil. 

W. W. Morton. Wilmington. 

J. J. Murray. Wilmington. 

L T. Newland. Kwang-Ju, Korea. 

C. O. Pardo. Wbiteville. 

J. R. Phipps. Pollocksvllle. 

J. W. Purcell, Faison. 

J. E. Purcell. Wilmington. 

J. E. L. Winecoff, Clarkton. 

J. M. Wells. Wilmington. 

J. W. Young. Southporl 

W. C. dimming, Richmond. Va. 

R. E. McClure, Richmond, Va. 



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Methodist Episcopal 
Church, South 

Appointments North Carolina 
Conference 

Tim North Carolina Conference is composed 
of nine Districts, 767 churches, with a total 
membership of 102.804. Value of churches, $4,- 
505,750. Value of parsonages, $956,700. 

Bishop I - . V. W. Darlington, Pres., Hunting- 
ton, \V. Va. 
It. II. Willis, Elizabeth City, Secretary. 

DURHAM DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — M. T. Plyler, Durham. 

Burlington, Front Street, W. B. North — 
Burlington. 

East Burlington, N. E. Coletrane — Burling- 
ton. 

Burlington Circuit — D. A. Petty, Burlington. 

Brocksdale Circuit — J. C. Whedbee, Roxboro. 

Chapel Hill. Walter Patten— Chapel Hill. 

Durham, Branson — II. C. Ewing. 

Durham, Calvary — L. E. Thompson. 

Durham, Carr— C. B. Culbreth. 

Durham, Lakewood — W. C. Ball. 

Durham, Pearl Mill, and Eno — D. M. 
Sharp. 

Durham, Memorial — M. Bradshaw. 

Durham, Trinity — A. D. Wilcox. 

West Durham — J. W. Bradley. Durham. 

Durham Circuit — J. C. Humble. Durham. 

Graham and Haw River — G. M. Daniel, 
Graham. 

Hillsboro Circuit — .1. E. Blalock. Hillsboro. 

Leasburg Circnit — S. F. Nicks, Leasburg. 

Mebane — N. C. Yearby, Mebane. 

Milton — A. .T. Hobbs, Jr., Milton. 

Mount Tirzah Circuit — J. C. Williams, Tim- 
berlake. 

Orange Circuit — J. W. Autry, Carrboro. 

Person Circuit — B. C. Thompson, Roxboro. 

Long Memorial — J. B. Hurley, Roxboro. 

East Roxboro and Longhurst — S. J. Stears, 
Jalong. 

Rougemont — J. F. Stearns, Bahamah. 

South Alamance — W. R. Hardesty, Swepson- 
ville. 

Yanceyville Circuit — J. T. Stanford, Yaneey- 
ville. 

Professor in Trinity College — H. E. Spence, 
Durham. 

Conference Missionary Secretary — A. D. Wil- 
cox. Durham. 

ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder— R. H. Willis, Elizabeth 
City. 

Chowan Circuit — J. L. Midgett, Tyner. 

Columbia Circuit — M. W. Hester, Columbia. 

Currituck Circuit — K. S. L. Cook, Poplar 
Branch. 

Dare Circuit — R. N. Fitts, Mann's Harbor. 

Edenton — H. I. Glass, Edenton. 

Elizabeth City, City Road— H. E. Myers. 

Elizabeth City, First Church— X. H. D. Wil- 
son. 

Gates Circuit — E. R. Clegg, Gates'Mlle. 

Hatteras Circuit — J. M. JolitY, Hatteras. 

Hertford Circuit— T. M. Grant, Hertford. 

Kennekee Circuit — A. W. Price, Avon. 

Kitty Hawk — M. D. McLamb, Kitty Hawk. 

Moyock Circuit — W. B. Humble, Moycck. 

North Gates Circuit — J. O. Long, Gates. 

Pantego and Belhaven — T. E. Davis, Bel- 
haven. 

Pasquotank Circuit — E. L. Stack. Elizabeth 
City. 

Perquimans Circuit — W. T. Phipps, Winfall. 

Plymouth — W. C. Benson, Plymouth. 

Roanoke Island — J. Bascom Hurley, Manteo. 

Roper — E. L. Hill, Roper 

South Camden— J. M. Carroll, Old Trap. ' 



South Mills Circuit — L. M. Chaffln, South 
Mills. 

Tyrrell Circuit— E. J. Midgett, Elizabeth 
City. 

President Bible and Training School — J. L. 
Cunningham, Kansas City, Mo. 

Professor in Southern Methodist University — 
.F. M. Ormond, Dallas, Texas. 

I AYETTEVILLE DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — J. D. Bundy, Fayetteville. 

Bladen Circuit — G. H. Biggs, White Oak. 

Buckhorn Circuit — VV. A. Piland. Kipling. 

Carthage Circuit — G. W. Perry, Carthage. 

Duke — N. M. McDonald, supernumerary, 
I ike 

Dunn— J. II. Buffaloe, Dunn. 

Elizabeth Circuit — W. J. Underwood, Eliza- 
bethtown. 

Fayetteville— Hay Street, H. A. Humble, Fay- 
etteville. 

Person and Calvary — J. C. Maness, Fayette- 
ville. 

Fayetteville Circuit — W. L. Maness, Fayette- 
ville. 

Glendon Circuit — J. C. Cummins, Glendon. 

Goldston Circuit — S. Salyer, Goldston. 

Haw River Circuit — J. R. Edwards. Bynum. 

Hemp Circuit— H. E. Lance, Hemp. 

Jonesboro Circuit — B. E. Stanfleld, Jones- 
boro. 

Lillington Circuit — C. R. Ross, Lillington. 

Mamers Circuit — L. R. Gaines, Mamers. 

Newton Grove Circuit — G. W. Philips, New- 
ton Grove. 

Parkton Circuit — R. F. Munns, Parkton. 

Pittsboro Circuit — J. J. Boone, Pittsboro. 

Roseboro Circuit — J. A. Tharpe, Roseboro. 

Sanford — L B. .Tones. Sanford. 

Siler City Circuit — H. B. Porter, Siler City. 

Stedman Circuit — R. F. Taylor. Stedman. 
NEW BERN DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder — F. M. Shamburger, New 
Bern. 

Atlantic and Sea Level — E. J. Lewis, At- 
lantic. 

Beaufort — E. B. Craven, Beaufort. 

Craven Circuit — D. A. Futrell, Cove. 

Dover Circuit — S. A. Nettles, Dover. 

Goldsboro, Elm Street and Pikeville — C. P. 
Jerome. 

Goldsboro, St. John— J. W. Potter. 

Goldsboro, St. Paul — G. T. Adams. 

Goldsboro Circuit — C. A. Jones. Goldsboro. 

Grifton Circuit— S. T. Moyle. Grifton. 

Harlowe Circuit — W. T. Cheek. Harlowe. 

Hookerton Circuit — R. R. Grant. Hookerton. 

Jones Circuit — K. F. Duval, Trenton. 

Kinston, Casewell Street — J. M. Carraway. 

Kinston. Queen Street — C. L. Read. 

LaGrange Circuit — R. E. Pittman. LaGrange. 

Morehead City — W. A. Cade, Morehead City. 

Mount Olive and Calypso — G. B. Starling. 
Mount Olive. 

Mount Olive Circuit — W. F. Craven, Mount 
Olive. 

New Bern, Centenary — W. V. McRae. 

New Bern, Riverside and Ghent — Guy Ham- 
ilton. 

Newport Circuit — R. A. Bruton. Newport. 

Ocracoke and Portsmouth — J. K. Washing- 
ton, Ocracoke. 

Oriental Circuit — O. P. Fitzgerald, Orien- 
tal. 

Pamlico Circuit — J. A. Morris, Bridgeton. 

Pink Hill Circuit— R. W. Barfleld, Pink Hill. 

Straights Circuit — Samuel Letters, Gloucester. 

Snow Hill Circuit— C. T. Rogers — Snow Hill. 

Vandermere Circuit — W. E. Hocutt, Vande- 
mere. 

Student Boston University — H. B. Hill. Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

RALEIGH DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder— J. C. Wooten, Raleigh. 

Benson Circuit — E. H. Hall, Benson. 

Cary Circuit — D. N. Caviness, Cary. 

Clayton— C. T. Thrift, Clayton. 



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Creedmoor Circuit — V. A. Royal, Creedmoor. 

Four Oaks Circuit — J. A. Russell, Four Oaks. 

Franklinton — R. F. Bumpass, Franklinton. 

Garner Circuit — J. C. D. Stroud, Garner. 

Granville Circuit— F. B. Noblitt, Stem. 

Kenly Circuit — J. E. Holden, Kenly. 

Louisburg — G. F. Smith, Louisburg. 

Millbrook Circuit — H. H. Mitchell, Mill 
Brook. 

Oxford— E. H. Snipes, Oxford. 

Oxford Circuit — B. H. Black, Oxford. 

Princeton Circuit — W. .G. Farrar. Princeton. 

Raleigh. Central — C. K. Proctor. 

Raleigh. Edenton Street — W. W. Peele. 

Raleigh, Epworth — H. M. Jackson. 

Raleigh. Jenkins Memorial — L. P. Pattishall. 

Selma, Edgerton Memorial — G. B. Perry, 
Selma. 

Smithfleld— D. H. Tuttle, Smithfield. 

Tar River Circuit — W. J. Watson, Kittrell. 

Youngsville Circuit — T. S. Coble. Youngs- 
ville. 

Zebulon Circuit — W. L. Loy, Zebulon. 

Superintendent Anti- Saloon League — R. L. 
Davis, Raleigh. 

Business Manager, N. C. Christian Advo- 
cate — T. A. Sikes, Greensboro. 

Editor Nashville Christian Advocate — T. N. 
Ivey, Nashville. Tenn. 

President Louisburg College — L. S. Massey, 
Louisburg. 

Superintendent Methodist Orphanage — A. S. 
Barnes, Raleigh. 

ROCKINGHAM DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder— J. H. Shore, Rockingham. 

Aberdeen— Euclid McWorter. Aberdeen. 

Biscoe — A. S. Parker, Biscoe. 

Caledonia Circuit— Frank Culbreth, Laurm- 

EUerbee Circuit — N. B. Johnston, Ellerbee. 

Hamlet — W. C. Martin. Hamlet. 

Laurel Hill Circuit— J. C. Johnson, Laurel 
Hill. 

Laurinburg — W. R. Royal, Laurinburg. 

Luniberton — R. C. Beaman, Lumberton. 

Lumberton Circuit — Lindsay Frazier, Lumber- 
ton. 

Maxton — 3. A. Hornaday, Maxton. 

Montgomery Circuit— H. H. Seabolt. Troy. 

Mount Gilead — J. A. Martin, Mount Gilead. 

Mount Gilead Circuit— A. J. Groves, Mount 
Gilead. , . . 

Piedmont Circuit— L. M. Hall. Rockingham. 

Raeford Circuit— J. H. Frizell, Raeford; W. 
H. Townsend, Raeford. 

Red Springs Circuit— O. I. Hinson, Red 
Springs. 

Richmond Circuit— D. A. Clark, Roberdel. 

ltnherdel Circuit— F. E. Dixon. Roberdel 

Rockingham— A. L. Ormond, Rockingham. 

Robeson Circuit — W. F. Trawlck, Fairmont. 

Rowland Circuit — W. C. Marritt, Gibson; R. 
W. Townsend. supernumerary, Rowland. 



St. John and Gibson — A. J. Parker, Bow 
land. 

St. Paul Circuit— G. W. Starling, St. Paul 

Troy— J. W. Harrell. Troy. 

Vass Circuit — L. H. Joyner. Vass. 

West End Circuit — \V. II. Brown, West End 

President Carolina College — R. li. John, 
Maxton. 

WASHINGTON DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder— S. A. Cotton. Washington. 

Aurora Circuit — I. T. Poole, Aurora. 

Aydsn — J. M. Wright, Ayden, 

Bailey Circuit — L C. Brother?. Bailey 

Bath Circuit— R. J. Lough. Bath 

Bethel— W. E. Trotman, Bethel. 

Elm City— G. W. Fisher, Elm City. 

Fairfield — D. A. Watkins, Fairfield 

Farmville Circuit— J. L. Rumley, Farmville 

Fremont Circuit— J. A. Bailey, Fremont 

Greenville. Jarvis Memorial — V. P. Scoville. 
Greenville. 

Grimesland Circuit— E. T. Ipock and F E 
Eur.', Grimesland. 

Mattamuskett Circuit— J. J. Lewis, Lake 
Landing. 

McFendry Circuit— L. L. Smith, Pinetops 

Nashville— E. C. Few, Nashville. 

Robersonville Circuit — C. M. Pekram. 1; 
sonville. 

Rocky Mount, Clark Street— L. T. Singleton 

Rocky Mount, First Church— II M V 

South Rocky Mount— E. C. Glenn, K.x-kv 
Mount. 

Rocky Mount Circuit— H. B. Strickland, 
Rocky Mount. 

Stantonsburg Circuit) — Daniel Lane. Stan- 
tonsburg. 

Spring Hope Circuit — W. P. Constable, 
Spring Hope. 

Swan Quarter Circuit — J. C. Harmon, Swan 
Quarter. 

Tarboro — B. P.. Slaughter, Tarboro 

Vanceboro Circuit — E. C. Durham. Vance- 
boro. 

Washington — J. II HcCracken, Washington 

Wilson, Calvary— J. II. Miller. Jr. 

Wilson. First Church— F. S Love 

Conference Secretary of Education — 11 M 
North. Rocky Mount. 

WELDON DISTRICT 
Presiding Elder E E Mercer, Weldon 
Ashoskie Circuit M. F. Eodges, U 
Batlleboro and Whitakers w G Lowi 
tleboro. 
Bertie Circuit— B. P. Boone, Windsor, 
Conway Circuit i is. Thompson, i 
Enfield and Halifax — Rufus Bradley, En- 
field. 
Garysburg Circuit -William Lowe, Qaryaburg, 
Henderson, First Church T. G \ 
Henderson. 

\ and s. Henderson W. N. Vaughan, n 
derson. 



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Littleton — .T. P. Bross. Littleton; J. M. 
Rhodes, supernumerary, Greensboro. 

Middleburg Circuit— E. D. Dodd, Middle- 
burg. 

Murfreesboro and Winton — R. M. Price, 
Murfreesboro. 

Norlina Circuit — Marvin Self, Norllna. 

Northampton Circuit — B. P. Robinson, Jack- 
son. 

HuanoUe Circuit — N. M. Wright, Aurelian 
Springs. 

Roanoke Rapid? — R. II. Broom, Roanoke 
Rapids. 

Rosemary Circuit — E. N. Harrison. Rosemary. 

Scotland Neck — E. L. Hillman. Scotland 

Neck. 

Warren Circuit — J. T. Draper, Warrenton. 

Warrenton Circuit — .1. T. Gibbs, Warrenton. 

Weldon — L. D. Hayman. Weldon. 

Williamston and Hamilton — L. C. Larkin. 
Williamston. 

Missionary to Japan — J. W. Frank. 

WILMINGTON DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder — J. M. Daniel, Wilmington. 

Burgaw — C. H. Caviness, Burgaw. 

Carver's Creek — J. L. Smith, Council. 

Chadbourn Circuit — B. O. Merritt, Chad- 
bourn. 

Clinton — E. H. Davis, Clinton. 

Faison and Warsaw- — C. M. Lance. Faison. 

Hallsboro Circuit— E. C. Sell, Wilmington. 

Ingold Circuit — H. L. Whitton, Ingold. 

Jacksonville and Richlands — B. T. Hurley. 
Jacksonville. 

Kenansville Circuit — G. C. Wood, Kenans- 
ville. 

Magnolia Circuit — S. E. Ragland. Magnolia. 

Old Dock Circuit — E. W. Bownum, Old 
Dock. 

Onslow Circuit — L. E. Sawyer, Maysville. 

Scotts Hill Circuit — R. E. Atkinson, Scott's 
Hill. 

Shallotte Circuit — J. W. Dimmette. Shallotte. 

Southport — D. E. Ernhardt. Southport. 

Swansboro Circuit — T. W. Siler. Swansboro. 

Tabor Circuit — R. G. L. Edwards, Tabor. 

Town Creek Circuit — B. F. Watson, Town 
Creek. 

Wallace and Rose Hill — T. W. Lee, Wallace. 

Whit.eville — P. D. Woodall, Whiteville. 

Wilmington, Epworth — J. W. Hoyle, Jr. 

Wilmington. Fifth Avenue — O. W. Dowd. 

Wilmington. Grace — W. A. Stanbury. 

Wilmington, Trinity— H. C. Smith. 

Wilmington Circuit— C. N. Phillips. Wil- 
mington. 

Missionary to Poland — H. K. King. 



Appointments Western 
Conference 

The Western Conference is composed of 11 
Districts. 919 Churches with a total member- 
ship of 122.527. Value Churches. $5,290,451. 
Value parsonages, $1,031,408. 

Bishop U. V. W. Darlington, President, 
Huntington, W. Va. 

William L. Sherrill, Mocksville, Secretary. 



Hot 



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ASHEVILLE DISTRICT. 
Presiding Elder — W. H. Willis, Weavervllle. 
Asheville, Bethel — L. Shore. 
Asheville, Biltmore— W. F. Sanford. 
Asheville, Central — E. K. McLarty. 
Asheville. Chestnut Street— E. R. Welch. 
Asheville, Haywood Street — J. I. Bradley. 
Ash'ville, Mount Pleasant — J. M. Folger. 
West Asheville — L. W. Colson, Asheville. 
Asheville Circuit — J. M. Wellman, Weaverville. 
Black Mountain — G. R. Jordan, Black 
Mountain. 

Brevard — L. A. Falls, Brevard. 
East Biltmore — D. Atkins, Biltmore. 
Elk Mountain — C. J. Chandler, Asheville. 



Fairview — G. A. B. Holderby. Fair View. 

Flat Rock and Fletcher — M. W. Dargan, East 
Flat Rock. 

Hendersonville — Frank Siler, Hendersonville. 

Hendersonville Circuit — C. L. F. Tate, Hen- 
dersonville 

Hominy — n. L. Powell, Candler. 

Hot Springs — G. H. Christenbury, 
Springs. 

Leicester — J. O. Cox, Leicester. 

Marshall — C. M. Carpenter, Marshall. 

Mars Hill — R. L. Beasley, supply, 
inn. 

Mills River— J. G. W. Holloway, 
Shoe. 

Saluda-Tryon — R. F. Fikes. Saluda. 

Sandy Marsh — J. L. Reynolds, Asheville, R. 5. 

Springs Creek — L. C. Delp, Lee. 

Swannanoa — J. G. Banks, Biltmore. 

Weaverville Station — B. C. Reavis, Weaver- 
ville. 

Missionary to Cuba- — R. 

General Evangelist — R. 
sonville. 

Student at Trinity College — W. B. Harris, 
Durham. 

CHARLOTTE DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — J. B. Craven, Charlotte. 

Ansonville — D. S. Richardson, Ansonville. 

Bethel — R. F. Huneycutt, Cabarrus. 

Charlotte. Belmont Park — W. P.. Davis. 

Charlotte. Brevard Street — A. S. Raper. 

Charlotte, Calvarv — J. A. Sharpe. 

Charlotte. Chadwick — A. R. Surratt. 

Charlotte. Dilworth— W. B. West. 

Charlotte. Duncan Memorial — J. A. 

Charlotte, Hawthorne Lane — L. D. 
son. 

Charlotte — W. L. Nicholson, supernumerary. 

Charlotte. Seversville— B. F. Harg°tt. 

Charlotte, Spencer Memorial — J. H. Ambrust. 

Charlotte, Trinity — J. E. Abernethy. 

Charlotte. Tryon Street — H. G. Hardin. 

Hickory Grove — Ebeneezer Myers. Charlotte. 

Lilesville — W. S. Cherry, Lilesville. 

Marshville — J. J. Edwards, Marshville. 

Matthews — J. W. Strider, Matthews. 

Monroe. Central — C. C. Weaver. 

North Monroe. Icemorlee — J. R. Warren. 

Morven — S. Taylor, Morven. 

Ptneville — T. J. Houck. Pineville. 

Polkton— L. H. Griffith, Polkton. 

Prospect — R. L Forbis, Monroe, R. 4. 

Thrift — C. L. McCain, Paw Creek. 

T'nionville — T. J. Huggins, Unionville. 

Wadesboro — W. R. Shelton. Wadesboro. 

Waxhaw — D. C. Ballard, Waxhaw. 

Weddington— E. J. Poe. Matthews, R. 4. 

Missionary to Japan — S. A. Stewart. 

Missionary to Japan — N. S. Ogburn. 
GREENSBORO DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — W. F. Womble. Greensboro. 

Asheboro — A. C. Gibbs, Asheboro. 

Coleridge — J. H. Tlrendall, Coleridge. 

Deep River — J. A. Howell. Randleman, 

Gibsonville — G. W. Clay. Gibsonville. 

Greensboro. Bethel — H. M. Blair. 

Greensboro, Carraway Memorial — J. W. Ken- 
nedy. 

Greensboro, Centenary — H. C. Sprinkle. 

Greensboro, Glenwood and Grace — W. 
Barber. 

Greensboro, Park Place — L. B. Hayes. 

Greensboro, Spring Garden Street — G. T. 
Bond. 

Greensboro, Walnut Street — A. Burgess. 

Greensboro, West Market Street — J. H. 
Barnhardt. 

East Greensboro — D. R. Profflt, Greensboro. 
R. 4. 

West Greensboro — C. F. Sherill, Climax. 

High Point, East End — A. L. Lucas. 

High Point. Main Street— T. J. Rodgers. 

High Point, Wesley Memorial — W. A. Lam- 
beth. 



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Jamestown and Oakdale — W. C. Jones, 
Jamestown. 

Pleasant Garden — A. G. Loftin, Pleasant 
Garden. 

Kamseur and Franklin — W. M. Smith, Ram- 
seur. 

Randleman — J. A. Bowles, Randleman. 

Randolph — J. E. Woosley. Trinity. 

Reidsville, Main Street— M. F. Moore, Reids- 
ville. 

Ruffin— H. F. Starr, supply. Ruffln. 

TTwharrie — W. B. Thompson, Farmer. 

Wentworth — C. F. Goode, Wentworth. 

President Greensboro College — S. B. Turren- 
tine, Greensboro. 

Treasurer Greensboro College — W. M. Curtis. 
Greensboro. 

Editor of the North Carolina Christian Ad- 
vocate — A. W. Plyler. Greensboro. 

Book Editor and Editor of the Methodist 
Quarterly Review— G. T. Rowe, Nashville, 
Tenn. 

Secretary and Treasurer of the Board of 
Education— W. O. Goode, Hickory. 

Student Trinity College— D. M. Sharpe, Dur- 
ham. _■_,'_ 

Student Tale Divinity School — J. H. Lan- 
ning. New Haven, Conn. 

Missionary Evangelist— S, T. Barber, Greens- 
boro. 

MARION DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder — Z. Paris, Marion. 

Bald Creek — J. M. Price, Paid Creek. 

Broad River — Elmer Simpson. Harris. 

Burnsville — J. C. Postelle, Burnsville. 

Bostic Circuit — L. L. Smith, Bostic. 

Cliffside and Allendale— J. C. Keever, Cliff- 
side. 

Connelly Springs— W. F. Elliott, Connelly 
Springs. 

Gilkey — J. P. Hornbuckle, Gilkey. 

Forest City and Pleasant Grove — Parker 
Holmes. Forest City. 

Glen Alpine— R. C. Goforth, Glen Alpine. 

Henrietta. Caroleen — J. B. Tabor, Henrietta. 

Marion — J. P. Hipps, Marion. 

Marion Circuit — P. L. Terrell. Marion. 

Marion Mills — D. A. Lewis, Marion. 

McDowell Circuit — P. H. Brittain, Nebo 
City. 

Micaville — H. E. Stimson. Boonford. 

Mill Springs— W. J. Hackney. Mill Springs. 

Morganton — C. M. Pickens. Morganton. 

Morganton Circuit — J. A. Fry, W. L. Daw- 
son, Morganton. 

Old Fort— R. L. Foster. Old Fort. 

Rutherfordton Station — E. N. Crowder. 
Rutherfordton. 

Spruce Pine and Bakersville — A. A. Angel. 
Spruce Pine. 

Spindale and Alexander— M. W. Heckard, 
Spindale. 

Table Rock — J. C. Gentry, Morganton, R. F. D 



Professor in Rutherford College — J. W. Ben- 
nett, Rutherford College 

Professor in Rutherford College — W. E. 
Hauss. Rutherford College. 

Student Tale Divinity School — T. F. Higgins. 

Divinity School. Boston University — A. P. 
Simpson, Boston. Mass. 

Divinity School. Boston University — O. L. 
Simpson, Boston. Mass. 

MOUNT AIRT DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder — J. H. West, Mount Airy. 

Ararat — J. M. Green. Ararat. Ya. 

Danburv — J. J. Eads. Danhury. 

Dohson — C. C. Totherow, supply, Dobson. 

Draper — J. W. Campbell. Draper. 

Elkin— A. P. Dutledge, Elkin. 

Jonesville — R. A. Truitt, Jonesville. 

Leaksville — G. A. Stamper, Leaksville. 

Madison- Stoneville — J. P. Morris. Madison. 

Mayodan — W. M. Wall, supply, Mayodan. 

Mount Airy-Central — H. K. Boyer, Mount 
Airy. 

Pilot Mountain — .1. II. Capps, Pilot Moun- 
tain. 

Rockford — G. W. Williams. Rockfur.l 

Rural Hall— L. P. Bogle. Rural Hall. 

Sandy Ridge — M. E. Leftwich. Sandy I: 

Spray — W. ~L. Dawson, Spray 

Stokesdale — T. V. Crouse, Stokesdale. 

Summerfleld — A. G. Canada. Summerfleld. 

Walnut Cove — J. T. Ratledge, Walnut Cove. 

Tadkinville — F. W. Cook. Tadkinville. 

NORTH WILKESliORO DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder — J. W. Williams. Jefferson. 

Avery Circuit — T. S. Roten, Plum I 

Boone — O. C. Brinkman. Boone. 

Creston — A. A. Godfrey. Creston. 

Elkland— J. E. Hipp, Elkland. 

Elk Park— J. S. Gibbs. Elk Park. 

Helton — W. E. Moretz, Jefferson. 

Jefferson — T. E. Wagg. Jefferson. 

Laurel Springs — O. D. Stacy. Jefferson. 

North Wilkesborrj — M. T. Smathers, North 
Wilkesboro. 

North Wilkes Circuit— E. D. Ballard. North 
Wilkesboro. 

Sparta— W. J. Miller. Sparta. 

Watauga — J. E. Womark. Amantha. 

Warrenville — J. W. Candille. Jefferson. 

Wilkesboro— R. E. Hunt. Wilkesbi 

Wilkes Circuit— E. L. Yates. Moravian Fulls. 

Chaplain Appalachian Training School — J. 
M. Downum. Boone. 

Principal Jefferson High School -W, L. 
Scott. Jefferson. 

SALISBURT DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder — T. F. Marr. Salisbury. 
Albemarle, Central — w. R Ware 

Albemarle. First Street N K Richardson 
Concord, Central W a Jenkins. 
Concord, Epworth M a Osborne 
Concord. Forest Mill — J. F. Armstrong 



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Concord, Harmony — F. O. Dryman. 

Concord, Kerr Street — \V. S. Hale, 
cord, Westford— D. I'. Grant 

Concord Circuit — W. A. Rollins, Concord. 

Gold Hill E. M. Avett, Gold Hill. 

Kannapolis — R. A. Swaringgon, Kannapolis. 

Kannapolis Circuit — J. C. Brown, China 
Grove, 

Mount Pleasant— W. T. Albright. Mount 
Pleasant. 

New London — ,T. S. Folger, New London. 

Norwood — G. M. Short. Norwood. 

Norwood Circuit — G. G. Adams, Norwood. 

Salem— R. (>. Eller, Albemarle. R. 3. 

Salisbury, First Church — J. F. Kirk. 

Salisbury. North Main— A. C. Tippett. 

Salisbury, Park Avenue — H. H. Robbins. 

Salisbury, South Main — M. B. Woosley. 

Salisbury Circuit— C. R. Allison, Salisbury. 

Spencer, Central — T. P. Jimison. Spencer. 

East Spencer — R. C. Kirk, East Spencer. 

Woodleaf — J. C. Umberger. 

SHELBY DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — H. H. Jordan, Gastoinia. 

Belmont — J. E. Thompson, Belmont. 

East Belmont— G. L. Wilkerson. Belmont. 

Belwood — A. R. Suratt, Belwood. 

Bessemer — J. A. Peeler, Bessemer City. 

Cherryville — J. F. Moser, Cherryville. 

Cramerton— C. M. McKinney, Cramerton. 

Crouse — .1. E. B. Houser, Grouse. 

Dallas— J. O. Ervin. Dallas. 

Gastonia East End— E. L. Kirk. 

Gastonia, Franklin Avenue, W. M. Robbins. 

Gastonia, Main Street, A. L. Stanford. 

Gastonia, Trinity — R. A. Taylor. 

Gastonia. West End— D. W. I'.rown. 

Ranlo — D. F. Carver, Gastonia. 

Kings Mountain— R. M. Hoyle. Kings Moun- 
tain. 

Lincolnton— J. T. Mangum. Lincolnton. 

Lincoln Circuit—.!. W. Combs. Lincolnton. 

Lowell — R. H. Kennington. Lowell. 

Lowesville— R. K. Brady. Stanley, R. F. D. 

McAdenville — C. M. Campbell, McAdenville. 

Mount Holly— 0. P. Ader. C. E. Rozzell, 
Mount Holly. 

Polkville— L. T. Cordell. Shelby. R. F. D. 

Rock Springs — H. C. Byrum, Denver. 

Shelby, Central— W. E. Poovey. 

Shelby, LaFavette Street— E. P. Stabler. 

Shelby Circuit— B. Wilson. Shelby. 

South Fork — W. M. Boring, Newton, R. F. D. 

STATESVILLE DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — D. M. Litaker, Statesville. 

Alexander — A. R. Bell. Taylorsvile. 

Balls Creek — John H. Green. Catalwba. 

Catawba — A. C. Kennedy, Catawba. 

Cool Spring— J. E. McSwain, Cleveland, R. 2. 

Davidson — J. W. Long, Davidson. 

Dudley Shoals— J. M. Barber, Granite Falls. 
R. F. D. 

Elmwood — T. L. Klutz. Elmwood. 

Granite Falls — N. C. Williams, Granite 
Falls. 

Hickory, First Church — 0. S. Kirkpatrick. 

Hickory. West View — J. R. Walker. 

Hiddenite — D. A. Oakley, supply, Hiddenite. 

Hudson — T. W. Hager, Hudson. 

Iredell — D. C. Thompson, New Hope, R. 1. 

Lenoir, First Church — P. W. Tucker. 

South Lenoir — M. H. Tuttle. Lenoir. 

Lenoir Circuit — Fred H. Price, Lenoir. 

Maiden — Ira Erwin, Maiden. 

Mooresville, First Church — L. B. Ahernathy. 

Mooresville, Broad Street — J. W. Fink. 

Mooresville Circuit — D. P. Waters Moores- 
ville. 

Mount Zion — T. C. Jordan, Cornelius. 

Newton — W. B. Shinn. Newton. 

Olin— R. L Melton, Olin. 

Rhodhiss— B. F. Fincher, Rhodhiss. 

Statesville, Broad Street — J. W. Moore. 

Statesville. Race Street — E. W. Fox. 



Statesville Circuit — J. I. Spinks, Statesville. 

Stoney Point .1 W Ingle. Stoney Point. 

Troutman — O. C. Fortenbury, Troutman. 

Conference Evangelist — James II. Green. 
Hiitlin liinl College. 

Student Trinity College — M. G. Ervin, Dur- 
ham. 

Conference Educational Secretary — W. O. 
Good . Hickory. 

WAYNESVILLE DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder — R. S. Howie, Waynesville. 

Andrews — T. A. Groce, Andrews. 

r thel — ('. A. Johnson, Canton, R. F. D. 

Bryson-Wnittier — R. F. Mock. Bryson City. 

Canton — A. L. Aycock, Canton. 

Clyde— Carlock Hawk. Clyde. 

Franklin — H. G. Allen. Franklin. 

Franklin Circuit— R. R. Ward. Franklin. 

Fines Creek — T. G. Williams. Crabtree. 

Glenville — J. I>. Pyatt, Glenville. 

Hiawasee — T. E. Noble. Brasstown. 

Haywood — J. J. Gray, Crabtree. 

Hayesville — C. E. Stedman. Hayesville. 

Jonathan — A. L. Lathman, Waynesville, R. 1. 

Judson — T. G. Smith, supply, Judson. 

Macon — W. I. Hughes, Franklin. 

Murphv — M. B. Clegg, Murphy. 

Murphy Circuit— J. W. Puckett. supply. 
Murphy. 

Rohhinsville — G. F. Wright. Robbinsville. 

Sylva — O. J. Jones, Sylva. 

shoal Creek— J. R. Church. Whittier. 

Wavnesville — G. D. Sherman. Waynesville. 

Waynesville Circuit— D. V Howell. Waynes- 
ville. 

Cullowhe? — Elzie Myers, Cullowhee. 

WINSTON-SALEM DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder— W. A. Newell. Winston- 
Salem. 

Advance — J. M. Varner. Advance. 

Coole^me — C. W. Bowling, Cooleeme. 

Davidson — C. O. Kennerly. Lexington, R. 4. 

Davie — .1. B. Fitzgerald. Mocksville. 

Denton — J. N. Randall. Denton. 

Farmington — S. M. Needham, Farmington. 

Forsyth— John Cline. Winston- Salem. 

llanes-Clemons— J. C. Cornett, Winston- 
Salem. 

Kerners'-ille — E. O. Cole, Kernersville. 

Lewisville — J. W. Vestal, Lewisville. 

Lexington, First Church— W. L. Huitchins, 
Lexineton. 

Linwood — W. R. Jenkins. Southmount. 

Mocksville — W. L. Sherrill. Mocksville. 

New Hope — O. P. Routh. New Hope Acad- 
emy. 

Oak Rid'e— W. G. McFarland, Oak Ridge. 

Thomasville, Main Street— R. G. Tuttle. 

Thomasville, South and East — J. C. Richard- 
son. 

Thomasville Circuit — T. B. Johnson. Thomas- 
ville. 

Southside Circuit — P. L. Kinneman. Wins- 
ton-Sal m. 

Walkertown — M. W. Mann. Walkertown. 

Welcome — T. E. Pierce. Welcome. 

West Davie — W. J. S. Walker. Mocksville. 

Winston-Salem I'urkhead — J S. Hiatt. 

Centenary— Z. E. Barn- 



Grace — E. E. Williamson. 
Green Street— A. C. Swaf- 

Southside — J. A. J. Far- 



Winston-Salem, 

ha' dt. 

Winston-Salem. 

Winston-Salem, 
ford. 

Winston -Salem, 
rington. 

Winston- Salem, West End— R. C. Daugherty. 
E. K. Creel. 

Conference Missionary Secretary — R. M. 
Courtney, Thomasville. 

Missionary to Cuba — J. W. Fitzgerald. 

Missionary Evanyelist — P. E. Parker. Thomas- 
ville 

Superintendent Children's Home — C. A. 
Wood. Winston-Salem. 



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DIOCESE OF NORTH CAROLINA. 

Parishes, 43; Missions organized. 33; Missions 
unorganized, 42. Baptized persons, 15,422; 
Communicants, 8.974 Amount contributed dur- 
ing past year, $341,534.91. 

Joseph Blount Cheshire, D. D., Bishop of 

the Diocese, Raleigh. 

Henry Beard Delany, D. D., Bishop in 
charge of the Colored Clergy, Raleigh. 

Allen, William Ernest, Pittsboro. 

Ashby, Charles Aylett, Raleigh. 

Barber, Milton Augustus, Raleigh. 

Baxter, Edward Wors'ey, Warrenton. 

Benton, William DeLaneey, Hillsboro. 

Belhea, Morrison, Raleigh. 

Tost, Sidney Stuart, Durham. 

Bowne, Henry Norwood, High Point. 

Brown, Betram Erwin, Tarboro. 

Bunn, Roger Edgar, Wilson. 

Burg, Jacob Frederick, Salisbury. 

Burke, James Preston, Reidsrille. 

Cheatham, Adolphus Whitfield, Lexington. 

Cheatham, Thaddeus Ainsley, Pinehurst. 

Cochran, Arthur Myron, Raleigh. 

Cody, Cortez Robert, Duke. 

Crosby, John Holland, Townesville. 

Fortune, Roma Coxey, Durham. 

Gibble, John Benners, Burlington. 

Gribben, R. E., Winston. 

Gordon, William Jones, L'aksville. 

Goold, Edgar Hunt, Raleigh. 

Hale, Samuel Whitney, Tarboro. 

Hardin, William Hill, Salisbury. 

Hartzell, Howard Steller, Smitnfield. 

Hartey, John, Southern Pines. 

Harcaker, John L., Wadesboro. 

Horsfield, Frederick Henry Townsend, Oxford. 

Hudson, Joseph Hoyle, Warrenton. 

Hughes, Israel Harding, Raleigh. 

Hughes, Isaac Wayne, Henderson. 

Hughes, Nicholas Collin, Raleigh. 

Hunter, Aaron Burtis, Florence, Italy. 

Ingle, Julian Edward. Raleigh. 

Jackson, John Long, Charlotte. 

Jcyner, Francis, Littleton. 

King, James Edward. Charlotte. 

Lackey, Boston McKee. Raleigh. 

Lawrence, Alfred Stratton, Chapel Hill. 

Mallett, James Reginald, Walnut Cove. 

Mazyck. Henry DeChartigner, Mayodan. 

Meredith, Reuben, Scotland Neck. 

Milne, Mark Hemingway. Salisbury. 

Nash, Harry Oswald, Greensboro. 

Nero. Claurius Adolphus, Greensboro. 

Osborne, Edwin Augustus. Charlotte. 

Osborne, Francis Moore, Sewanee. Tenn. 

Owens, Robert Bruce, Charlotte. 

Penick, Edwin Anderson Jr., Charlotte. 

Pittenger. Isaac McKendree. Raleigh. 

Ramsaur, William Hoke, Missionary in Li- 
beria, Africa. 

Roe, Robert Ewell, Greensboro. 

Rose. Lee Lister, Tarboro. 

Small John Ethopilus Gratten, Durham. 

Smith, Walter Johnston. Charlotte. 

Taylor, Lewis Nathaniel. Roanoke Rapids. 

Trott, Thomas Lee, Salisbury. 

Walker, William, Weymouth, Mass. 

Way, Warren Wade. Raleigh. 

Westman, Charles Frederick Weldon. 

Weston, Milton Morgan, Tarboro. 

Wilson, Joseph Durant Cooper, Cooleemee. 

Wright, William John, Statesville. 



DJOCESE OF EAST CAROLINA. 
Parishes and organized missions, 65 ; unor- 
ganized missions and stations, 25 ; Baptized 



persons, 9,194; communicants, 6,589; amount 
controbuted, $173,434.23. 

Thomas C. Darst, D. D., Bishop. Wilming- 
ton. 

Walter R. Noe, Executive Secretary. Wilming- 
ton. 

T. N. Brincefield. Washington. 

George W. Lay, Beaufort. 

J. N. Bynum. Belhaven. 

A. R. Parshley, Clinton. 

G. F. Hill. Elizabeth City. 

Archer Boogher, Fayetteville. 

J W. Htrittage, Fayetteville. 

V. O. Cone, Goldsboro. 

C. H. Bascom, Greenville. 
Hcv.ard AlligooU, Grifton. 
Walter B. Clark, Southport. 
Alfred Taylor, Hertford. 

F. J. H. Coffin, Kinston. 
H. W. Ticknor, Laka Landing. 

D. G. MacKinnon, New Bern. 
R. I. Johnson, New Bern. 
Theodore Patrick, Plymouth. 

J E. W. Cook, Wilmington. 

J. W. Heyes, Vanceboro. 

Stephen Gardner, Washington. 

Walter B. Clark, Williamston. 

W. H. Wheeler, Wilmington. 

E S. Willett, Wilmington. 

Alexander Miller, Windsor. 

Robert Lewis, Windsor. 

John L. Saunders, Winton. 

W. N. Harper, Belhaven. 

S. N. Griffith, Ed?nton. 

J. B. Brown, Elizabeth City. 

A. C. D. Noe, Farmville. 

J. E. Holder, Kinston. 

T. F. Opie, Maxton. 

F. D Dean, Wilmington. 

H. A. Cox, Wilmington. 



DIOCESE OF ASHEVILLE. 

Number of baptized members. 1921, 6.000; 
number of Communicants, 1921, 3,300. Value 
of church property, $645,891.00. Amount con- 
tributed for all purposes $79,780.35. 

Junius M. Horner, D. D.. Bishop, Asheville. 

Alfred H. Stubbs, Asheville. 

Benj. S. Lassiter, Marion. 

W. R. Savage, Todd. 

F. D. Lobdell, Ash mile. 

C. M. Hall, Asheville. 

J. W. C. Johnston, Gastonia. 

Albert New. Waynesville. 

S. R. Guignard, Lincolnton. 

John H. Griffith. Asheville. 

R R. Harris, Arden. 

A. W. Farnum. Hendersonville. 

W. G Clark, Asheville. 

Hugh C. Dobbin. Lenoir. 

John C. Seagle, Br.vard. 

S. B. Stroup, Hickory. 

N. C. Duncan, Morganton. 

A. G. B. Bennett, Biltmore. 

Basil M. Walton, Lenoir. 

C. S. McClellan, Jr., Canton. 

J. T. Kennedy, Lincolnton. 

R. A. Chapman, Asheville. 

E. E. Knight, Rutherfordton. 

George A. Manley. Gastonia. 



Methodist Protestant 
Church 

Number of ministers (ordained), 60; number 
of preachers, 54; number of members, 25,386. 
Value of church property. $1,001,054. Contri- 
buted during year $201,373. 
MINISTERS. 

Andrews, R. M. , Greensboro. 

Ashburn, W. F., Liberty. 

Auman, J. C, Tokyo. Japan. 



RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS 



51 



Bates, C. W., Henderson. 
Bethea, N. G., Brinkleyville. 
Bowman, J. H., Iiiberty. 
Brown, G. B., High Point. 
Burgess, J. A., Burlington. 
Casto, Homer, Weaverville. 
Curry, G. L., Charlotte. 
Dixon, A. G., Baltimore. 
Dosier, J. F., Bandleman. 
Edwards, C. J., Kernersville. 
Fishcl, D. A. Vaughn. 
Fogleman, H. F., Beidsville. 
Forliness, C. E. , Westminster, Md. 
Gerringer, L. W., Asheboro. 
Harrison, N. M., Greensboro. 
Highfill, D. A., Liberty. 
Holmes, G. W. Graham. 
Hulin, J. W., Denton. 
Hunt, G. E., Lexington. 
Hur.ter, A. L., Fallston. 
Hunter, R. A., Winston-Salem. 
Hutton, J. B., Greensboro. 
Hunter, B. A., Winston-Salem. 
Hutton, J. K., Greensboro. 
Isnc-r. C. A., Asheville. 
Jelf W. O., Charlotte. 
Johnson, T. M., Mebane. 
Kennett, Elon College. 
Kennett, W. F., Greensboro. 
Lassiter, W. C, Asheboro. 
Ledbetter J. A., Glen Baven. 
Lindley, A. O., Snow Camp. 
Lowdermilk. E. G., Brown Summit. 
Loy, D. M., Glen Baven. 
Martin. W. P., Lenoir. 
McCulloch, J. F., Greensboro. (Editor M. 
Herald). 

McCr.lloch, T. F., Greensboro. 

Millaway, G. F. Greensboro. 

Morgan, J. M., Greensboro. 

Mcton, J. H. High Point. 

Ncede, W. H.. Henderson. 

O'Brisnt, J. B., Rosemary. 

Pike, W. M., Liberty. 

Powell, H. L, Mebane. 

Pritchard J. E. , Henderson. 

Beed. W. D., Pinnacle. 

Reynolds, G. L., High Point. 

Self. J. W., Cleveland Mills. 

Shelton, A. D.. Concord. 

Spencer, C. L., Graham. 

Stowe, J. H., High Point. 

Stubbins. B. C. Greensboro. 

Suits, Edward, High Point. 

Surratt, H. F., Whitakers. 

Swain, W. E., Greensboro. 

Taylor, S. W., Burlington. 

Thompson, H. S. B., Randleman. 

Totten W. T., Tadkin College. 

Trogdon J. B., Denton. 

Troxler, B. S. , Thomasville. 

Whitaker, C. H., Mocksville. 

Whitaker, C. L, Lexington. 

Williams, B. M., Weaverville. 

Willifms, D. R., Enfield. 

Williams, J. D., Liberty. 

Williams, C. B. Seattle. Wash. 

Williams, T. A., Albemarle. 

Ycrk, L. I., High Point. 

Abernethy, J. H., Gibsonville. 

Alexander, J. F., Midland. 

Allred, J. F., FranklinsviUe. 

Andrews, B. E.. High Point. 

Austin J. H., Mocksville. 

Bingham, R. A., Winston-Salem. 

Carson, L. W., Matthews. 

Cowan, E. G., Cherryville. 

Garner, D. I., Westminster, Md. 

Hamilton, A. M., Tobaceoville. 

Hardy. J. D., Westminster, Md. 

Haywood, A. B., Denton. 
Helms, L, S., Monroe. 
Hethcock, R. L., Creswell. 
Isley H. L., Burlington. 



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Laughlin, G. A.. Uamlleman. 

Martin, T. E. Pickens, 8. C. 

Minnls, .1. v.. Westmine 

Moose, M. L, Thomasvi 

Morgan, D. A., Draper. 

Morris, .1. D.. Fallston. 

Phillips, ('. E . B ■ u mei I 

Quick, •! w.. Pageland, S. C 

Hid. lie, J. S., Pensacola. 

Bidenhour, J. M , Caro 

Ridge, Atlas, Albemarle. 

Sisk. .7. T., Concord. 

Sisk, J. IV Rockingham. 

Short. Robert, Cid. 

Trollinger, .1. 11.. Triplett, Va. 

Trollinger, J. L, Pleasant Hill. Va. 



North 



Carolina Churches 
of Christ 

(Disciples. ) 

There are 204 churches; number of members 

21,536. Value of church property, $1,024,825. 

Total contributed for all purposes during past 

year, $226,474.55. 

MINISTERS. 

Allen, W. R., Roanoke Rapids. 

Arnold, D. W., LaGrange. 

Babcock, A. C. Spray. 

Bagby Richard, Washington. 

Barlow, W. T., Heaton. 

Bowen, T. W., A. C. College, Wilson. 

Bowen, H. T., A. C. College, Wilson. 

Brinson, Marion B.. A. C. College, Wilson. 

Campbell. Lawson Winston-Salem. 

Case, Perry, A. C. College, Wilson. 

Creasman, Robt. S., Asheville. R. 2. 

Davis, Warren A., Washington. 

Ellis, J. P., Newton Grove. 

Foster, M. A. Mocksville. 

Fox, Olin E., Farmville. 

Freeman, H. L.. Plymouth, R. 2. 

Gilbert, Oscar G., Rocky Mount 

Glenn, T. J., Stoneville. 

Grantham, V. H., Rose Hill. 

Grim, F. F., A. C. Cortege. Wilson. 

Groce, Jesse C. Enfield. 

Hall. P. B., New 1 em. 

Hartley, Calvin, Vale. 

Heaton, J. M., Heaton. 

Helsabeck, R. A.. Tobaceoville, B. ^. 
Henderson, Otto, A. C. College, Wilson. 
Hilley, Howard S., A. C. College, Wilson. 
Holliday, Lewis R., Williamston, R. 5. 
Holton, A. J.. New Bern, R. 1. 
Howard C. W., Kinston. 
Hudson, D. A., Roanoke Rapid - 
Jinnett, J. R., Beaufort. 
Jones, Claude C. Greensboro. 
Langston, John J., Dunn. 
La Prade. W. T., Durham. 
Lee, C. E., Washington. 
Lee James R., Washington. R. 2. 
Leighton. A. F., Tarboro. 
Lollis, J. W., Washington. 
McCall. P. C, Flat Rock. 
Manning. Asa J.. Williamston. 
Marler. W. H., Mesic. 
Mashburn, C. B.. Charlotte. 
Mayo Louis A.. Greenville. R. I. 
Mavhew, H. C. Beidsville, 
Mizell. John A.. Swan Quarter. 
Moore, Eber E.. Vanceboro, R. 1. 
Moore, George A.. Revlsboro. 
Moore, J. T. , Beel 
Mustek, J. J. Winston-Salem. 
Outlaw, C. F., Wilmington, 
Perry. J. M. Bobersonville. 
Peterson, Jonas, 1'oplar. 
Phillips, Rupert A . Haasell. 
Ricks, Paul T , A C. College, Wilson. 



RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS 



Rigntsell L. T.. LaGrange. 

Riggs, Charles W., Kinston, R. 2. 

Sadler, Lee, A. C. College, Wilson. 

Saunders, J. A., Kinston, B. 2. 

Saunders, John T., Goldsboro, R. 5. 

Shamhart w. iv, Greenville. 

Sbelbume, W. .r.. Ayden. 

Smith, Bernard P., Kinston. 

Smith, John R., Bridgeton. 

Webber, N. !>.. Goldsboro. 

Smith, S. T., Fairfield. 

Spegiel, Grady. A. C. College, Wilson. 

Stoney, <i. ll. C, Winston- Salem. 

Stuart, J. E., Wilson. 

Sullivan, George H., Richlands. 

Suttenfield, John L., Spray. 

Taylor, J. C, A. C. College, Wilson. 

Tingle J. R., Ayden. 

Topping, R. L., Rosemary. 

Tyndall, D. F., Kinston, R. 2. 

Ware, Charles C, Wilson. 

Waters. John M., Arapahoe. 

Wint kid, W. O.. Bath. 

Wolff, J. W., Asheboro. 

Yarborough, Theodore, Mount Olive, R. 7. 

Abernathy, A. E. , Asheville. 

Stancil, W. E., Plymouth. 

Cooley, W. R., Pipers Gap, Va. 

Gentry, E. Roy, Elizabethtovvn, Tenn. 

Hempel, Herman, South Norfolk, Va. 

Walker, W. Harry, Milligan College, Tenn. 

Waycaster, Newton, Shell Creek, Tenn, R.F.D. 



Moravian Church 

Number of Communicants, 5,305; number of 
non-Communicants, 338. 

MINISTERS. 

Bishop, Edward Rondthaier. Winston-Salem. 
J. F. McCuiston, Winston-Salem. 
James E. Hall, Winston-Salem. 
Walser Allen, Winston-Salem. 
F. Walter Grabs, Bethania. 
Hubert Johnson, Winston-Salem. 
Howard Rondthaier, Winston-Salem. 
Ernest H. Stockton, Winston-Salem. 
J. Kenneth Pfohl, Winston-Salem. 
Edmund Schwarze, Winston-Salem. 
Edgar A. Holton, Winston-Salem. 
Leon G. Luckenbach, Winston- Salem. 
Druglas Rights, Winston- Salem. 
William E. Spaugh, Winston- Salem. 
Edwin J. Health, Winston-Salem. 
Warren Nonnernaker, Clemmons. 



Society of Friends 

Number of Congregations, 70; total number 
of members, 9,119. 

The Yearly Meeting will be held at Guilford 
College, beginning August 8th, and lasting 
until Saturday, the 12th. The ministers of 
the Yearly Meeting are as follows: 

Elizabeth R. White, Belvidere, R. F. D. 

Absalom Knight, Belvidere. 

E Gurney Wright, Belvidere. 

J. Lindley Jones, Goldsboro. 

John S. Moore, Dudley. R. F. D. 

W'illiam V. Grantham, Princeton, R. F. D. ' 

Micajah T. Cox, Goldsboro, R. F. D. 

William Pelt, Goldsboro. 

J. Addison Branson, Goldsboro, R. F. D. 

Hugh Moore, Dudley. 

George H. Jernigan, Dunn. 

D. Virgil Pike, Dunn, R. F. D. 

Thomas Smith, Saulston, R. F. D. 

John Permar, Graham. 

Margaret B. Hackney. Greensboro, R. F. D. 

Rufus Pegg, Gibsonville. 

Thomas J. Dixon, Liberty, R. F. D. 

Rufus P. King. High Point. 

Georgia G. Reece, Snow Camp. 



Eerbert W. Reynolds, Randleman, R. F. 1). 
Jeremitb S. Cox, Greensboro. 
Alfred L. Zachary, Snow (amp, R. F. D. 
Alfred If. Harris, Snow Camp. 
Oscar Cox, Liberty, R. F. D. 
Edward Harris, Siler City, R. F. D. 
Henry Wi mi. Siler City, R. F. D. 
1 Macon. Asheboro. 

John S. Tillman, Asheboro, R. F. D. 
Elwood Cox, Marston. 
W. Alston Humble, Asheboro, R. 1. 
Milner A. Cox, Marston. 
Michael A. Farlow, Randleman, R. F. D. 
Michael C. Farlow, Sophia. 
Thomas Andrew, Staley. 
Joseph A. Price, High Falls. 
Sarah E. W. Winslow, Asheboro, R. F. D. 
Randall M. Emmons, High Falls. 
Nereus M. Barker, High Point. 
Walter White, High Point. 
Lewis W. McFarland. High Point. 
Samuel Haworth, High Point. 
Eugene Coltrane, Roanoke Rapids. 
Ida L. Curtis, High Point, R. 2. 
Clara Cox, High Point. 
Robert Melvin, Greensboro. 
Mai ay C. Woody. 
James R. Jones, Lexington. 
W. Alpheus White, Guilford College. 
Annie E. Williams, Guilford. 
Raymond Binford, Guilford College. 
Julia S. White, Guilford College. 
Ada Lee Stanley, Greensboro. 
Thomas Hendricks, Greensboro. 
James C. Holmes, Greensboro, R. F. D. 
J. Waldo Woody. 
Kirbv V. Bowen, Greensboro. 
Arthur E. L. Pain, Jaruco, Cuba. 
Ellen W. Pain, Jaruco, Cuba. 
Manley Hollady, Pineallas, Fla. 
John Riley, Greensboro. 
Nettie Riley, Greensboro. 

Samuel G. Barnes Saladillo, F. C. S., Ar- 
gentine, S. A. 
Wm. Thomas Rahenkamp, Winston-Salem. 
John C. Trivette, Winston- Salem. 
Robert H. Dunn, Guilford College. 
Samuel R. Pickett, Greensboro. 
Wesley Wooten, Mt. Airy*. R. F. D. 
Lottie M. Robertson, White Plains. 
Jasper M. Cain, Mount Airy. 
Joseph M. Purdie. 
Raymond Booth, Mount Airy. 
J. Thomas Chappell, Houstonville. 
Pei.jamin Milliken, Galax, Va. 
Emanei Key, Mount Airy. 
Wade H. Adams, Yadkinville, R. F. D. 
Lucy Vestal, Yadkinville, R. F. D. 
Franklin Warden, Yadkinville, R. F. D. 
James Ring, East Bend, R. F. D. 

F. M. Welborn, New Castle. 

G. Whitford Edgerton, Houstonville. 
W. Harvey Norman, Ararat. 

Zend H. Dixon, Elkin. 
Charles Hutchens, East Bend. 
Alice Spainhour, Boonville. 



Christian Church 

Number of churches. Ho ; value of church 
property, $433,551. Total amount contributed 
for all purposes during past year, $84,897.30. 
MINISTERS. 

J. F. Apple, Mebane. 

J. O. Atkinson, Elon College. 

J. P. Barrett, Reidsvile. 

S. L. Beougher, Graham. 

J. S. Carden, Durham. 

H. Russell Clew, Greensboro. 

W. G. Clements, Morrisville. 

T. B. Dawson, Elon College. 

W. J. Edwards, Coleridge. 

P. H. Fleming, Burlington. 

H. J. Fleming, Pilot Mountain. 



RELIGIOI S I > KNOW I \ ATIONS 



L. W. Fogleman. Worthville. 
J. E. Franks, Cary. 
C. E. Geringer, McLeansville. 
T. J. Green. Bamseur. 
G. J. Green. Stein. 

H. S. Hardcastle. Yale Station. New Haven, 
Conn. 

S. C. Harrell, Durham. 

W. N. Hayes. Seagrove. 

J. W. Holt. Burlington. 

B. J. Howard, Chapel Hill. 

A. F. Iseley, Burlington. 

J. L?e Johnson. Fuquay Springs. 

P. T. Klapp. Elon College. 

V. Knight. Raleigh. 

W. Knight, Stokesdale. 
O. Lanksford. Burlington. 
C. Lester, Yale Station. 



New Haven, 



R. F. D. 



New Haven, 



J. 
.T. 
G 

F. 

Conn. 

D. A. Long, Raleigh. 
W. S. Long, Chapel Hill. 
.7. C. McCauley, Halifax, Va. 
C. E. Newman, Virgilina. Va. 
N. G. Newman, Elon College. 
.T. 1'. Newman. Elon College. 
J. W. Patton. Greenshoro. 

J. W. Pinnix, Kernersville. 

E. H. Rainey. Yale Station, New Haven, 
Conn. 

C. i'. Riddle. Burlington. 
H. Scholz, Macon. 

A. K. Scotten, Coleridge. 

H. S. Smith. Yale Station 
Conn. 

3. G. Truitt, Princeton Seminary, Prince 
ton. N. J. 

G. R. Underwood, Bennett. 

W. L. Wells, Portsmouth, Va. 

J. W. Wellons. Elon College. 

T. E. White, Sanford. 

J. D. Wicker Sanford. 

W. C. Wicker. Elon College. 

R. L. Williamson. Henderson. 

L. L Wyrick. Elon College. 
Licentiates. 

Jno. M. Allred. Ramseur. R. F. D 

Elisha Bradshaw. Portsmouth, Va. 

R. H. Coble. Burlington. 

G C. Crutchfleld, Kernersville. 

Sion M. Lynam. Elon Colege. 

D. T. McKinney. Lillington. 
W. T. Scott. Greensboro. 

M. T. Sorrell, Apex. 
I. T. Underwood. Yancey ville 
R. O. Smith. Asheboro. R. 1 
W. C. Martin. Ether. 



R. 2. 



Primitive Baptist Church 

This church has no State organization. It 
numbers about 6.000 members. There are 
about 200 churches, divided into twelve asso- 
ciations, Kehukee being the oldest, it having 
been formed 156 years ago. 

MINISTERS. 

,T. A. Shaw, Elizabeth City. 

R. E. Adams. Wilson. 

.1. W. Wvatt. Selma. 

Samuel McMillan. High Point. 

P. W. Williard. High Point. 

Moses Williard, High Point. 

C. A. Davis. High Point. 

Eli Bryan, Catherine Lake. 

B. F. Uehanks, Pollocksville. 

E. F. Pollard. Jacksonville. 

W. W. Roberts. Newport. 

3. P. Tingle. Grantsboro. 

Sylvester Hassell. Williamston. 

M. ''. Martin, Burlington. 

3. W. Jones, Marshville. 

J. S. Bisch, High Point. 

J. W. Gilliam, Altamahaw. 

J. W. Gardner. Princeton. 

John Roberts. Goldsboro. 

E. F. Pearce. Four Oaks. 

W. G. Turner, Dunn. 



A. 

L. 
J. 



E. Cobb, Wilson. 

Geo. W. Boswell, Wilson. 

Hobert Boswell, Wilson. 

C !•'. Denny, Wilson. 

S. B. Denny, \v 

w'm. Monsees, Wilson. 

('. B. Hall, Cedar Grove. 

1. Y. Monk. Durham. 

J. E. Herndon, Durnam. 

J. J. Hall, Boxl 

L. If. Hardy. Atlantic. 

Isaac Jones, Maple l ■ ill. 

c. C. Brown, Tlllet. 

P. W. Keene, Raleigh. 

3. T. Coats, Coats. 

3. B. Adams. Angier. 

J. A. T. Jones, McCullers. 

D. Johnson, Coats. 

H. Stephenson, Benson. 
William Stephenson, Benson, 
E. C. Jones, McCullers. 
G. T. Powell. Raleigh. 
W. A. Simpkins, Raleigh. 
Bernice Wood, Duke. 
I*. J. Westbrook. Rosemary. 
3. W. Strickland, Huntiey. 
L. A. Johnson, Benson. 
W. J. Turner, Dunn. 
Exure Lee, Dunn. 
G. Denny, Pinnacle. 

A. M. Denny, Pinnacle. 

C. B. Denny, Pinnacle. 
IT. Cain, Pilot Mountain. 
J. H. Moran, Pinnacle. 

G. Okey, Pilot Mountain. 

W. II. Atkinson. Round Peak. 

If. 1). Mickey, Pinnacle. 

W. M. Stone, Pilot Mountain. 

3. M. Royall, Roaring Gap. 

J. L. Pyrtle. Westfiel'd. 

E. P. Stone, Tarboro. 
George Denny, Pinnacle. 
James Creed. Ararat. 

D. Collins. Pinnacle. 
R. II. Riggan. Dobson. 
L. T. Tucker, Pinnacle. 

J. R. Cruise, Mount Airy. 
Jessie Dunbar, Rookford. 
O. 3. Denny, Charlotte. 
J. M. Trent. Reidsville. 
W. A. Gourly, Greenshoro. 
3. W. Flinchum, Spray. 
S. H. Reed. Walnut Cove. 
3. M. Williams. Sparta. 
W. R. Gallimons, Lexington. 
W. F. Pruitt. Ruffln. 

B. S. Cowing. Williamston. 

C. W. Brown, Tabor. 

R. T. Monday, Mount Airy. 

F. P. Stone, Francisco. 
J F. Mills, Mooresville. 

J. M. Royall, Pilot Mountain. 
J. M. Crouse, Pilot Mountain. 



Free Will Baptist Church 

The membership of the Free Will i 
Church is about 20.000. with church property 
valued at $150,000. There are mor,' thai 
Churches in the six Conferences and two As- 
sociations of the state 

MINISTERS. 
Western Conference: 

.T. W. Valentine, Louisburg. 

g. w. Davis. Wilson. 

E T. Phillips, Ayden 

J. L Strickland Zebuloa 

r. B. Deans, Middlesex. 

w. J. Wiikins, Fremont 

\V A r.ens iohlsboro. II 1. 

A. B. I'tlev. At» a 

W. M. iioweii, Plkevllle. 
John Thompson. Nero. 

B, T Dixon, Elm I Its 
w f. Perrell, Selma, 



54 RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS 


Z. P. Ferrell, Morrisvllle. 


W. J. Moore, LaGrange. 




N. B. Wall, Selma. 


J. A. Ringold, Bridgeton. 




N. D. Wiggs, Greenville. 


J. W. Alford, Kenly. 




B. 1'. Jones, Kenly, R. 1. 


J. W. Webb. Washington. 




W. B. Flowers, Raleigh. 


J. N. Edwards, Goldsboro, 




Jas. Daniel, Kenly. 


M. C. Prescott, Ayden. 




E. C. Morris. Kinston. 


W. B. Everett, Goldsboro. 




N. S. Lancaster, Black Creek. 


A. C. Austin, South Creek. 




W. G. Boykln, Kenly. 


H. M. McAdams. Washington. 




J. H. Lamm. Wilson. 


T. F. Wallace, Alvin. 




L. M. Mitchell, Princeton. 


A. E. Rouse, Mount Olive. 




L. T. Phillips, Kenly. 


J. W. Sewell, Beaufort. 




B. W. Tippett, Zebulon. 


L. C. Garner, Newport. 




A. R. Flowers. Sims. 


C L Merrill, Newport. 




J. R. Morris, Selma. 


B. W. Wells, Morehead City. 




W. H. Collins. Louisburg. 


Solomon Duff, Kenansville. 




J. K. Ruflln. Bailey. 


Duffy Toler, Blounts Creek. 




G. W. Ferrell, Wilson. 


J. F. Linton. Ransomville. 




E. A. W. Husketh, Creedmoor. 


Luke Wetherington, Middlesex. 




W. E. Anderson, Wendell. 


F. L. Harris, Kinston. 




R. F. Pittmau, Ayden. 


J. C. Griffin, New Bern. 




J. H. Whitley, Kenly. 


W. Lupton, Winterville. 




J. E. Davis, Pikeville. 


S. S. Kirk, South Creek. 




T. C. Marks, Durham. 


J. W. Russell. Beaufort. 




R. B. Carroll, Bailey. 


D. B. Garner, Newport. 




J. J. Wilson, Bailey. 


G. W. Keneday, Hallsville. 




G. C. Joyner, Clayton. 


K. F. Springle, Newport. 




A. A Wells, Princeton. 


J. E. Sawyer, Ayden. 




H. F. Peeden, Princeton, R. 3. 


Loyd Vernon, LaGrange. 




W. R. Holder, Durham, R. 8. 


R. C. Keneday, Hallsville. 




J. E. Jernigan, Smithfield. 


S. H. Styron, Pine Level. 




Central Conference: 


A. H. Outlaw, Morehead City. 




W. H. Lathinghouse, Chicod. 


John Davenport. Kinston. 




J. R. McCaskey. Wintervllle. 


Pee Dee Conference: 




A. Tyson, Farmville. 


D. A. Hester, Bladenboro R. 1. 




D. M. Ratliff, Pinetown. 


W R Thompson, Abbotsburg, R. 1. 




J. T. Bundy, Walstonburg. 


J. M. Pait, Dublin, R. 1. 




S. F. Lassiter, Newsome, Va. 


A. J. Nealy, Clarendon, R. 1. 




A. Tyndall, Snow Hill. 


Ransom Fowler, Tabor. 




W. F. Walters, Columbia, 


J. H. Baker, Allen, S. C, R. 1. 




J. C. Moye, Snow Hill. 


D R. Mercer, Chadbourn, R. 1. 




M. R. Allen, Smithville, Miss. 


J. W. King, Dublin, R. 1. 




J. A. Sugg, Snow Hill. 


E. H. Russ Bladenboro, R. 1. 




Willie Hart, Snow Hill. 


L. W. Graves, Abbotsburg, R. 1. 




T. E. Beaman, Ayden. 


M S. Todd, Bladenboro. 




E. B. Joyner, Dukes. Fla. 


H. P. M. Todd. Conway, S. C. R. 3. 




J. S. Henderson, Pantego. 
R. S. Woo ten, Bridgeton. 


Mount Moriah Conference: 




Wm. K. Dixon, Washington. 


M. C. Quick. Bennettsville, S. C. 




Loyd Jones, Gumneck. 


J. S. Sessoifls, Laurel Hill. 




T. H. Barnhill, Parmele. 


Henry Saunders, Rockingham. 




C. L. Little, Winterville. 


J. T. Crawford. Wilson. 




W. T. Pollard. Stokes. 


H. S. Clark, Gibson. 




C. B. Jones, Greenville. 


A L. Chavis, Osborne. 




P. A. Windham, Chicod. 


J. C. Guinn, Plant City, Fla. 




C. J. Harris, Greenville. 


R L. Clark. Gibson. 




E. B. Hart, Snow Hill. 


Willie Jacobs, Osborne. 




J. P. Woodard. Stonewall. 


Alex Perhealth, Osborne. 




D. W. Alexander, Bethel. 


Toe River Association: 




L. W. Wetherington, Chicod. 


T. H. McCoury, Senia. 




W. B. Nobles. Winterville. 


D. M. Renfro, Relief. 




R. C. Alexander, Jerry. 


Haivd Campbell, Magnetic City. 




J. E. Wooten, Blounts Creek. 


L H Griffin, Huntdale. 




J. W. Wooten, Walstonburg. 


D J White, Erwin, Tenn. 




B. J. Cash, Ayden. 


W L. Morgan. Roan Mountain, Tenn. 




C. T. Pew, New Bern. 


G W. Brummitt, Johnson City, Tenn, 


R. 2. 


E. L. Abrams, Fountain. 


J S Arnett, Hampton. Tenn. R. 1. 




H. Leroy Harris, Greenville. 


T. C. Hicks, Elk Park. 




Cape Fear Conference: 


Daniel Miller, Relief. 




W. R. Coats. Four Oaks. 


Joseph Honeycutt, Magnetic City. 




H. R. Faircloth, Smithfield. 


J. J. Hunter. Ramseytown. 




J. W. Moore, Princeton. 


W M D. Tolley, Roan Mountain, 


remi. , 


Ezekiel Westbrook, Newton Grove. 


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D. R. Ennis, Duke. 


D C. Tolley, Hampton. Tenn., R. 2. 




W. R. Glover, Dunn. 


W. F. Johnson, Johnson City, Tenn., R 


2. 


R. D. Thomas, Four Oaks. 
J. W. Lucas, Duke. 


French Broad Association: 




J. S. Ellis. Wilsons Mills. 


J. A. Martin, Marshall. 




D. C. Johnson, Smithfield. 


L. E. Ballard, Asheville, 166 Biltmore 


Ave. 


J. R. Wallale, Four Oaks. 


Willis W. Ballard, Barnardsville. 




J. G. Whittenton, Coats. 


J. H. McKnight, Weaverville. 




Eastern Conference: 


Jas. Collins, Alexander. 




G. W. Harrison, Trenton. 


R. V. Self, West Asheville. 




W. W. Lewis, Beaufort. 


W. W. Ballard, Alexander. 




R. F. Daugherty. Cove City. 


Mallie Rice, Marshall, R. 4. 




L. N. Downs, Chocowinity. 


R. E. Guthrie. Walnut. 





RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS 



United Evangelical 
Lutheran Church 

Number of pastors, 98 ; number of churches, 
211; number of members, 34,849. Value of 
church property, $1,548,857. Total contribut- 
ed for all purposes during past year, $390,580. 

SYNODICAL ROLL. 

0. W. Aderholt, States ville. 

H. Aoyama. Kumamoto. Japan. 
M. A. Ashby, Tom's Creek, Va. 
P. J. Bame, Lexington. 

A. R. Beck, Newton. 

B. K. Bell, Columbia, S. C. 
L. A. Bikle, Concord. 

C. K. Bell, Columbia. S. C. 
N. D. Bodie, Thomasville. 
W. J. Boger, Newton. 

A. L. Boliek, Gastonia. 

B. S. Brown, Sr. , Albemarle. 

C. A. Brown, China Grove. 
P. D. Brown, High Point. 
R. L. Brown, Salisubry. 

T. S. Brown, Burlington. 

W. C. Buick, Rural Hall. 

R. M. Carpenter, Chapin, S. C. 

H. D. Chapman, Rockingham, Va. 

T. Chiga, Japan. 

1. Condor, McGaheysville, Va. 

F. L. Conrad, Granite Falls. 

G. H. Cooper, China Grove. 
G. H. Cox, Salisbury. 

J. F. Crigler, Charlotte. 
J. A. Cromer. Lexington. 
W. L. Darr. Edinburg, Va. 

B. S. Dasher, Kannapolis. 

C. H. Day, Lexington. 
W. A. Deaton. Hickory. 
J. C. Dietz, Gastonia. 

W. J. Finck, New Market, Va. 

C. L. T. Fisher, Lynchburg, Va. 

C. P. Fisher, China Grove. 

J. H. C. Fisher. Mt. Pleasant. 

C. M. Fox, Salisbury. 

R. L. Fritz. Hickory. 

E. Fulenwider, Salisbury. 

V. L. Fulmer, Timberville. Va. 

R. A Goodman, Mt. Pleasant. 

W. D. Haltiwanger, Hickory. 

J. B. Haigler. Mt. Pleasant. 

J. W. Hausenfluck. Harrisonburg, Va. 

Enoch Hite. Hickory. 

A. M. Huffman, Raleigh. 

H. W. .Teffcoat, Burlington. 

C. R. W. Kegley, Hickory. 

M. L Kester. Concord. 

M. M. Kinard, Winston-Salem. 

E. H. Kohn. Mt. Holly. 

F. B. Lingle. Spencer. 

G. H. L. Lingle, Salisbury. 
J. A. Linn. Rockwell. 

C. K. Lippard, Saga, Japan. 
C. O. Lippard, Crouse. 
W. H. Little, Hickory. 
L. L. Lohr. Lincolnton. 

F. C. Longaker. Hickory'. 
W. A, Lutz, Charlotte. 

E. L. Lybrand, New Brookland. S. C. 
J. W. McClanahan, Wilmington. 

C. B. Miller, Statesville. 

D. L. Miler, Lenoir. 

L. D. Miller, Statesville. 
P. L. Miller, Monroe. 
J. B. Moose, Mt. Pleasant. 
C. I. Morgan. Landis. S. C. 
Jacob L. Morgan, Salisbury. 
John L. Morgan, Troutman. 
S. L. Nease, Claremont 

C. E. Norman, Kumamoto, Japan. 

D. I. Offman, Julian. 

J. W. Oxner, New Brookland. S. C. 

G. H. C. Park. Kannapolis. 
J. C. Peery, Hickory. 

R. B. Peery, Hickory. 

E. Z. Pence, Manassas, Va. 



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R. Pless, Bockwea 

P. Price, Sicki 

E. Ridenhour, Salisbury. 

L. Ridenhour. Salisbury. 
C. Ridenhour, Albemarle. 
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O. Ritchie. Salisbury. 
K. Roof. Morganton. 

J. Roof, I. 

aaeffer. Kings Mountain. 

C. Seegers, Wilmington. 
M. Senti i • S. C. 

A. Shenk. Greensboro. 

B. Sigruon, Lexington. 
.1. Sox, Hickory. 

M. Speagle, Mt. Jackson. Va 
J. Stirewalt, Kumar 
P. Stirewalt, N w Market, Vu. 
L. Stirewalt. Concord, 
L. Stroup, Crapin, S. C. 
A. Stoudemayer, Gibbert, 
Takimoto. Japan. 
A. Thomas. Mooresville. 
A. Trexer, Richfield. 
T. Troutman, Salisbury. 
l>. Voigt, Columbia, S. C. 
Wasa. Kururne, Japan. 
I>. Wesslnger, Cherryville. 
.1. Wessinger, Pelion, S. C. 
S. Wessinger. China. Grove. 
D. Wise Maiden. 
N. Yount, Dallas. 
A. Yount, Conover. 

D. Yount. Sands. 
L. Yost. Bear Poplar. 



S. C. 



Catholic Church 

There are twenty churches in the State 

with resident priests; forty Missions with 

Churches. Catholic population, 8.254. 

Bishop, Rt. Rev. Leo Haid. D.D., O.S.B.. 

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Chris. Dennen, Wilmington. 
C. B. Winckler. S.S.I., Wilmington. 
P. F. Marion. AshevUle. 
Louis J. Bour, Asheville. 
Anthony Meyer, O.S.B., Charlotte. 
Lawrence McIIale, OS I!,. Charlotte. 
George A. Watkins. Dunn. 
William F. O'Brien. Durham. 
P. J. Doherty, Elizabeth Cits 
James F. Gallagher. Fayetteville. 

A It Ereeli ,i,i. I . 

Vincent Taylor, O.B.S.. Greensboro. 
Paul G. Termer. Hamlet 
P. <;. Marion. Eendersonvllle. 
George A. Woods, Nazareth. 
Matthew J. Woods, Nazareth. 
Francis Gallagher, New 
John J. Brodie, S.S.J., New Bern. 
M. A. [rwin, Newton drove. 
Edward A. Rigney. Newton Grove. 
Thomas p. Griffin, Raleigh. 
Joseph A. Gallagher, Rock] Mount 
Charles Kneus Is. Burgaw. 
William Regnat, O.S B . Sa ibury. 
William .1. Dillon, Southern P 
Wiliibaki Baumgartner, 0. S. B., v. 

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Alphonse Iiuss. o.S.I'.. Belmont 
n mi yer, D.D O.S.B., Belmont 
Melcholr Reii oert, O.S.B., Belmont 
[gnal In R ml , O.B.B Bi 
Thomas Oestrelch, o s r. , Bi li 



Jewish Organizations 

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EDI CATIONAL [NSTITUTIONS 



(i. Alexander. Bickur Cholim — Elias Fox. 

Durham Durham Eebrew Congregation: 
Rabbi, a. Robinovitz; President, .1. B. Kadis; 
Secretary, Abra. Rosenstein, 

( foldsboro— Oheb Shalom: Rabbi Julius L. 
Mayerberg; President, Leslie Weil; Secretary, 
A. Oettinger; Ladies B nevolent Society, Presi- 
dent, Mrs. Leopold Conn; Secretary, Mrs. Henry 
Weil. 

Greensboro Greensboro Hebrew Congregation: 
Rabbi, Montague N. A Cohen; Secretary, Ai. 
E. Bloch. 

New Bern — Chester B'nai Sholom: President, 
M. L. Jacobs; Secretary, L. M. Wallman. 

Raleigh— House of Jacob: President, J. Kline; 
Secretary, If. Kaplan. 

Raleigh — Tjmple Beth Or: President, M. 
Rosenthal; Secretary, A. A. Aronson. 

Statesville — Emanuel: President, J. Stephany; 
Secretary, Sig. Wallace. 

Tarboro — B'nai Israel: Secretary. G. L. lleii- 
bronner. 

Wilmington — Templ3 Israel: Rabbi, Samuel 
Mendelson; Hebrew Relief Association, Presi- 



dent, B. Solomon; Secretary-Treasurer, s. Men- 
delson. 
Winston-Salem — Winston-Salem Hebrew Con- 
ion: Rabbi, P. Berlin; President, Frank 
i rband; Secretary, T. Sosnik. 



Christian Science Church 

Asheville (Church) — Practitioners: Stewart 
M. Ponder, Mrs. Alice B. Powell. 

Charlotte (Church) — Practitioners: Mrs. .!<■- 
tie L. Fowler, Mrs. Margaret C. Richardson, 
Mrs. Mary Lou Templeton. 

Greensboro (Society) — Practitioner: Mrs. 

Harriet M. Thorburn. 

New Bern (Church) — Practitioners: Miss 
Mary Hatch Harrison, Mrs. Amy Everett King. 

Raleigh (Society) — Practitioners: Mrs. Annie 
C. Bridgers, Miss Minnie L. Bedford. 

Rocky Mount (Church) — Practitioner: Miss 
Elizabeth B. Ewing. 

Statesville (Society) — Practitioner: Mrs. Oc- 
tavia I. Fry. 

Wilmington (Society) — Practitioner: Mrs. Julia 
M. Keid. 



Educational Institutions 



State Institutions 

THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 
— H. W. Chase. Pres.. Chapel Hill. 

N. C. STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 
AND ENGINEERING — W. C. Riddick, Pres., 
Raleigh. 

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

EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS TRAINING 
SCHOOL— R. H. Wright. Pres., Greenville. 

NORTH CAROLINA INSTITUTION FOR 
DEAF, DUMB AND BLIND— G. E. Lineberry, 
Prin. , Raleigh. 

CULLOWHEE NORMAL SCHOOL— A. C. 
Reynolds. Prin., Cullowhee. 

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

NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL FOR THE 
DEAF AND DUMB— E. McK. Goodwin, Supt., 
Morgan ton. 

CENTRAL HOSPITAL — Albert Anderson. 
Supt.. Raleigh. 

THE STATE HOSPITAL— John McCamp- 
lit'll. Supt . Morganton 

THE STATE HOSPITAL— W. W. FAISON, 
Supt. . Goldshoro. 

STONEWALL JACKSON MANUAL AND 
INDUSTRIAL TRAINING SCHOOL— Charles 
E. Boger. Supt.. Concord. 

CASWELL TRAINING SCHOOL— C. Banks 
McN'airv. Supt., Kinston. 

SAMARCAND MANOR— Miss Agnes B. Mc- 
Naughton, Supt., Samarcand. 

OXFOBD OBPHAN ASYLUM— Oxford ; un- 
der auspices of Grand Lodge of Masons; B. L. 
Brown. Supt. (Partly support"d by the State.) 

STATE SANATOBIUM FOR THE TREAT- 
MENT OF TUBERCULOSIS— Montrose; un- 
der direction of State Board of Health, Dr. 
J. B. McBrayer. Supt. 

INDIAN NORMAL SCHOOL— T. C. Hen- 
derson. Prin., Pembroke. 

NEGRO AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNI- 
CAL COLLEGE OF NORTH CAROLINA— 
Greensboro; James B. Dudley, Pres. 

ST^TE COLOBED NORMAL SCHOOL— P. 
W. Moore, Prin., Elizabeth City. 

STATE COLORED NORMAL SCHOOL— E. E 
Smith. Prin.. Fayetteville. 

SLATER STATE NORMAL SCHOOL— S. G. 
Atkins. Prin.. Winston-Salem. 



Denominational Colleges 

Male and Coeducational. 

Wake Forest College — W. L. Poteat, Wake 
Forest. 

Davidson College — W. J. Martin. Davidson. 

Trinity College — W. P. Few, Durham. 

Catawba College — A D. Wolfinger, Newton. 

Concordia College — O. W. Kreinheder, Con- 
over. 

Elon College — W. A. Harper, Elon College. 

Guilford College — Raymond Binford, Guil- 
ford College. 

Lenoir College — John C. Peery. Hickory. 

Rutherford College — M. T. Hinshaw. Ruther- 
ford College. 

Atlantic Christian College — H. S. Hilley. 
Wilson. 

Weaver College — A. M. Norton. Weaverville. 

Belmont Abbey College — Rev. Leo Haid, Bel- 
mont. 

Female. 

Salem Female Academy and College — How- 
ard E. Rondthaler. Winston-Salem. 

St. Mary's School — W. W. Way. Raleigh. 

Meredith College — C. E. Brewer, Raleigh. 

Peace Institute — Miss Mary O. Graham, Ra- 
leigh. 

Oxford College — F. P. Hobgood, Oxford. 

Louisburg College — Rev. L. S. Massey, Louis- 
burg. 

Chowan College — P. S. Vann, Murfreesboro. 

Greensboro College for Women — S. B. Tur- 
rentine, Greensboro. 

Queens College — W. H. Frazer, Charlotte. 

Flora MacDonald College — C. G. Vardell, 
Bed Springs. 

Normal and Collegiate Institute — John E. 
Calfee. Asheville. 

Davenport College — J. B. Craven. Lenoir. 

Mitchell College — J. M. Moore. Statesville. 

Carolina College — B. B. John. Maxton. 



Preparatory Schools and 
Principals 

Oak Bidge Institute (Male) — T. E. Whitaker. 
Oak Bidge. 

Bingham School (Male) — Col. Bobert Bing- 
ham. Asheville. 

Bui°s Creek Academy (Mixed) — J. A Camp- 
bell, Buies Creek. 



EDUCATIONAL 1> 8TITUTIONS 



(ILTIHE 



SCHOLAUSIIII' 



SERVICE 



SELF-SI PPORT 



The North Carolina College for Women 

OFFERS TO WOMEN A LIBERAL EDUCATION, EQUIPMENT 

FOR WOMANLY SERVICE, PROFESSIONAL TRAINING 

FOR REMUNERATIVE EMPLOYMENT 

The College offers four groups of studies leading to the follow- 
ing degrees: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of 
Music. 

Special courses in Pedagogy; in Manual Arts; in Domestic Science 
Household Art and Economics; in Music, and in the Commercial 
Branches. 



Fall Term Opens in September 



Summer Term Begins in June 



For catalogue and other information, address 
Julius I. Foust, President, Greensboro, N. C. 



Sacred Heart Academy (Girls) — Sister M. 
Scholastica, Belmont. 

Winterville High School (Mixed) — John B. 
Carroll, Winterville. 

Mars Hill College (Mixed)— B. L. Moore. 
Mars Hill 

The Collegiate Institute (Male)— G. F. Mc- 
Alister, Mount Pleasant. 

Asheville School (Male)— Newton M. Ander- 
son. Asheville. 

Pineland School tor Girls— Bev W. J. Jones, 
Salemburg. 

Mount Amoena Seminary (Girls)— Bey. J. 
H. C. Fisher, Mount Pleasant. 

Salisbury Normal and Industrial Inst. — G. 
H. Atkinson, Salisbury. 

Laura Sunderland Memorial School (Girls) — 
Miss Melissa Montgomery, Concord. 

Albemarle Normal and Industrial Institute 
(Girls)— Mrs. Elva C. Harris, Albemarle. 

St. Genevieve's Academy (Girls) — Mother 
Lorin, Asheville. 

Trinity Park School (Mixed) — F. S. Ald- 
ridge. Durham. 

Wingate High School (Mixed)— C. M. Beach, 
Wingate. 

Liberty-Piedmont Institute (Mixed)— FranK 
Hare. Wallburg. 

Boiling Springs High School (Mixed)— J. D. 
Huggins, Shelby, B. F. D. 

Fassifern School (Girls)— Miss Kate Shipp, 
Hendcrsonville. 

Trees-McBae Institute (Girls)— Bev. Edgar 
Tufts, Banner Elk. 

Lees-McBae Institute (Boys)— J. P. Hall. 
Plumtree. _ _ _ . , . 

Farm School. Asheville— L. B. Guigan. Ash.- 

Blue Bidge School (Boys)— J. B. Sandifcr. 
Hendersonville. _ 

Carolina Military-Naval Academy— Col. J. C. 
Woodward. Hendersonville. 

Brevard Institute— C. H. Trowbridge, Brevard. 



Westminster School — T. E. Woods. Buthcr- 
fordton. B. F. D. 

Gilliam Academy — John W. Gilliam, Alia- 
mahaw. 

Glade Valley High School— E. B. Eldrldge, 
Glade Valley. 

Jefferson School — W. L. Scott. Jefferson. 

Washington Collegiate Institute — M. 1 1 
Fletcher, Washington. 

Montreat Normal School — Miss Sallie Austin, 
Montreat. 

St. Paul's School— Mrs. N. P. Goeffroy, 
Beaufort. 

Piedmont High School — W. I> Burns, Lawn- 
dale. 

Denton High School — A. V ton. 

Yadkin Collegiate Institute -W. P. Totten, 
Yadkin College. 

Linwood College — Bev. A. T Lin.! 
tonia. 

St. Mary's Academy — Bev. Leo Said, Bel- 
mont. 

Greensboro Bible School — W. B. Cox. G 
boro. 

Haywood Institute — L. B. White. Clyde. 

Fruitland Institute — N. A Ueltoi H 
Bonville. 

SylTa Collegiate Institute— B. V. Hough, 
S.vlva. 

Cowee Mountain School — H. P. Allen. Frank- 
lin. 

Dorland-Bell School— Miss Lucy M Shafer, 

Hot Springs 
Baird School for Boys— .1. Q, llaird. I 

lotte. 
Glasgow School n w Glasgow, charlotte 
Mitchell Collegiate Institute w ED w 

Bakers ville 
Elsie High Scb ■ ■ i) Mi 

Alderman's Select School— 1 \ 

in, Wilmington 
Brown and Hart School Ml 

Hart, Wilmington 



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EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 



St, Mark's Parochial School Rev. Father 
a, Wilmington. 

I arolina Industrial School— Mrs. Jeanette P. 
Damon, Watha. 

Ayden Seminary— J. B. Sawyer, Ay den. 

Bound Hill Academy A. C. Warlick, I'nion 
Mills. 

St. Mark's Parochial Scl I -Father M A. 

Irwin, Newton Grove. 

STadkin Mineral Springs Academy — Miss 
Nora P. Eddins Palmerville. 

Mountain Park School C W. Williams, 
Park Mountain. 

Valle Crucis Mission School — Bishop Horner, 
Valle Crucis. 

Mountain View Institute — J. A. Carmack, 
Hays. 

Yancey Collegiate Institute — Edwin B. Har- 
ris. I'.urnsville. 

Saint Nicholas School — Bev. I. II. Hughes, 
Raleigh. 



Accredited High Schools 
and Principals 

Burlington — C. C. Haworth, Burlington. 

Glade Valley High School— E. B. Eldridge, 
Glade Valley. 

Wadesboro High School — C. L. Cates, Wades- 
boro. 

Belhaven High School — C. B. Siske, Bel- 
haven. 

Washington Graded School — F. L. Ashley, 
Washington. 

Aulander High School — C. B. Hinshaw, Au- 
lander. 

Bladenboro High School — Miss Madge Dan- 
iels, Bladenboro. 

Asheville High School — A. J. Hutchins, Ashe- 
ville. 

Biltmore High School — Wade Alexander, Bilt- 
more. 

Bingham Military School — Col. S. B. McKee, 
Asheville. 

Grove, Park School — Bev. T. A. Cosgrove, 
Asheville. 

Montreat Normal School — Miss Sallie Austin, 
Montreat. 

Normal and Collegiate Institute — John E. 
Calfee, Asheville. 

St. Genevieve's Academy — Mother M. L. Lo- 
rin, Asheville. 

Morganton Graded School — H. F. Srygley, 
Morganton. 

Butlierford College — M. T. Hinshaw, Pres., 
Butherford College. 

Concord Graded School — J. Oliver Overcash, 
Concord. 

Mont Amoena Seminary — Bev. B. A. Good- 
man, Mount Pleasant. 

Mount Pleasant College — C. F. McAllister, 
Mount Pleasant. 

Davenport College— J. B. Craven, Pres., Le- 
noir. 

Lenoir High School — Mary E. Coffey, Lenoir. 

Catawba Academy — A. C. Sherill, Newton. 

Conover College — O. W. Kreinheder. Conover. 

Hickory High School— B. J. Beveley, Hickory. 

Startown High School — B. W. Whitener, 
Newton, B. F. D. 

Siler City High School— W. C. Harward, Siler 
City. 

Andrews High School — M. T. Edgerton, An- 
drems. 

Edenton High School— Miss Paulina Hassell, 
Edenton. 

Boiling Springs High School — J. D. Huggins, 
Boiling Springs. 

Kings Mountain Graded School — F. C. Nye, 
Kings Mountain. 

Piedmont School — W. D. Burns, Lawndale. 

Shelby High School— J. H. Grigg, Shelby. 

Chadbourn High School — James A. Padgett, 
Chadboum. 

Whiteville High School— B. H. Lewis, White- 
ville. 



.New Bern High School — B. K. Bitts, New 
Bern. 

Fayetteville High School— M. B. Andrews, 
Snpt. . Fayetteville. 

Poplar Branch High School— C. U. Williams, 
Poplar Branch. 

Churchland High School — W. A. Young, Lm- 
wood, B. 1. 

Lexington High School — L. Grissom, Lexing- 
ton. 

Thomasville High School — Lois Johnson, 
Thomasville. 

Teacheys High School — Leo Carr, Teacheys. 

Wallance High School— E. S. Hendren, Wal- 
lace. 

Durham High School — F. J. Bates, Durham. 

East Durham High School — Herman Jernigan, 
East Durham. 

Trinity Park High School— F. S. Aldridge, 
Durham. 

West Durham High School — D. T. Stutts, 
West Durham. 

Tarboro High School— John M Shields, Tar- 
boro. 

Salem Academy — Edwin J. Heath, Winston- 
Salem. 

Winston-Salem High School — J. W. Moore, 
Winston-Salem. 

Frauklinton High School — Hoy Taylor, Frank- 
linton. 

Louisburg High School — W. B. Mills, Louis- 
burg. 

Bessemer City High School — J. J. Bhyne, 
Bessemer City. 

Cherryville High School — Claude Moser, 
Cherryville. 

Dallas High School — J. B. Henson, Dallas. 

Gastonia High School — Bay Armstrong, Gas- 
tonia. 

Mount Holly High School — E. A. Thompson, 
Mount Holly. 

Oxford High School— C. G. Credle, Oxford. 

Greensboro High School — G. B. Phillips, 
Greensboro. 

High Point High School — F. M. Waters, 
High Point. 

Jamestown High School — Fred M. Arrowood, 
Jamestown. 

Oak Bidge Institute— T. E. Whitaker. Oak 
Bidge. 

Pleasant Garden High School — Eugene Idol, 
Pleasant Garden. 

Enfield High School — Claude O. Boseman, 
Enfield. 

Boanoke Bapids High School — Mary Powell, 
Boanoke Bapids. 

Scotland Neck High School— L. B. Williford. 
Scotland Neck. 

Weldon High School— Annie E. Futrell, Wel- 
don. 

Buies Creek Academy — Bev. J. A. Campbell, 
Buies Creek. 

Lillington High School — Vivian Draper, Lil- 
lington. 

Canton High School — Mrs. A. S. Beaman, 
Canton. 

Snyder School for Boys — Clarence E. Snyder. 
Lake Junaluska. 

Waynesville High School — E. J. Bobeson, 
Wan it sville. 

Haywood Institute — L. B. White. Clyde. 

Blue Bidge School— J. B. Sandifer, Hender- 
sonville. 

Fassifern School — Miss Kate Shipp, Hender- 
sonville. 

Fruitland Institute — N. A. Melton, Hend?r- 
sonville. 

Hendersonville High School — T. W. Valentine, 
Hendersonville. 

Ahoskie High School — N. Wright. Ahoskie. 

Baeford High School— S. M. Patton, Bae- 
ford. 

Harmony High School — B. H. Lankford, Har- 
mony. 

Mooresville High School — J. O. Faulkner, 
Mooresville. 



EDUCATIONAL I -Mill TIONS 



f*#^**#**#*r»*#***#####****#****#*#***#»**###*#**#** **** »#### #* 



Frank B. Simpson 

Architect 

220 y 2 Fayetteville Street 
RALEIGH, N. C. 



Statesville High School — R. M. Gray, Supt.. 
Statesville. 

Cullovvhee Normal School — R. L. Madison, 
Cullowhee. 

Clayton High School— B. F. Hassell. Clayton. 

Selma High School — W. B. Crumpton, Selma. 

Smithfield High School— T. H. Franks. 
Smithfleld. 

Jonesboro High School— J. G. Allen, Jones- 
boro. 

Sanford High School— J. S. Truitt, Sanford. 

Kinston High School— B. B. Jones, Kinston. 

Lincolnton High School — Nannie Leach, Lin- 
colnton. 

Franklin Graded School— W. H. Crawford, 
Franklin. 

Mars Hill College— R. L. Moore, Pres., Mars 
Hill. 

Williamston High School— M. J. Davis, Wil- 
liamston. 

Marion High School— T. A. Holton, Marion. 

Charlotte High School— Fred McCall, Char- 
lotte. 

Huntersville High School — W. S. Hough, 
Huntersville. 

Matthews High School — B. S. Plaxco, Mat- 
thews. 

Trov High School— C. Y. Milton, Troy. 

Carthage High School— R. K. Hancock, Car- 
thage. 

Sardhill Farm-Life School— J. C. Kelly, Vass. 

Red Oak High School— Oscar Creech, Rocky 
Mount, R. 3. 

Rocky Mount High School— Lawrence L. 
Lohr. Rocky Mount. 

Wilmington High School — Malcolm G. Little. 
Wilmington. 

Rich Square High School— G. W. Bradshaw, 
Rich Square. 

Chapel Hill High School— Fred W. Morrison, 
Chapel Hill. - , 

Elizabeth City High School— A. B. Combs, 
Elizabeth City. 

Burgaw High School— W. L Beach. Burgaw. 

Roxboro High School— A. B. Stalvey, Supt, 
Roxboro. 

Avden High School— J. E. Sawyer, Avden. 

East Carolina Training School— Robert H. 
Wright, Pres., Greenville. 

Farmville High School — G. R. Wh eler, 
Farmville. 

Greenville Graded School— T. .1. Sachse, 
Greenville. _ , _ . 

Grifton High School— W. G. Coltrane, Gnf- 

ton. . 

Stearns High School— W. D, Loy, < ol 
Asheboro High School— D. \V. Maddos i ni 

°Hamlet High School— Claud Grigg, Han lie! 

Rockingham High School— Kate 1 
Rockingham. _ „ 

Lumberton Graded School— J. W. R. Nor- 
ton, Lumberton. 



Maxton Graded School — J. R. Workman, 
Max ton. 

Hi inland High School — E. L 
land. 

St. Pauls High School— T. S. Tcague. SI 
Pauls. 

Leaksville High School— R. A. Su 
Leaksville. 

Reidsville High School— P. H. Gwynn, Jr.. 
Reidsville. 

Rowan Farm-Life School— 0. B. 1 
China Grove. 

Salisbury Graded School— Frank B. John, 
Salisbury. 

Spencer Graded School— E. T. McSwaln, 
Spencer. 

Forest City High School — Benjamin L. Smith, 
Forest City. 

Round Hill School— A. C. Warllck. 1 
Mills. 

Rutherfordton High School— John O. v 
Rutherford ton. 

Westminster School— T. E. P. Woods. Ruth- 
erfordton. 

Clinton High School— J. O. Bowman. Clinton. 

Pineland School for Girls— W. J. Jones. 
Salemburg. _ 

Salemburg High School— C. E. Snod 
Salemburg. 

Laurinburg High School— Mrs, W. I* P 
Laurinburg. 

Albemarle High School— J. 11. Mclvet U- 
bemaiie. 

Mount Airy High School L M E] p M 

lirysou City High School— K. C ! 
son City. 

Brevard Institute— C. H. Trowbridge, B 
vard. 

Monroe High School— W. F. Stearni U 
roe. 

Wlngate High School C. M. 1 wl 

gate. 

Hen 1 aded School—.!. T. Alderman. 

Ilenili 1 

Vance County Farm 1 " 

, Middleburg. 
11. b S S"-' 1 M B i" 
Raleigh High School- J. A. H 
Wakelon Sigh School- Owen 
■i 1 on High School B \ Ml 

con. 

Warrenton iii.i, Si hi « 1 - 
renter 

Appalachian Tralnb B B D 

erty, Boone. 

Fremont High s. 1 1 James U 

mont. , , , 

ro High Scl 1 S T 

\l,.., ■■ B 
Moon! Olive 



60 



EDI C mONAl INSTITUTIONS 



Mountain View .School — .1. M. Hayes, lis 

North Wilkesboro High School — Elizabeth 
Anderson, North Wilkesboro. 

iu- Christian College II. S. Billey, 
Wilson 

Elm city High School D. C. Holt, Elm City. 

Wilson High School— -J. Shepard Bryan, Wil- 



Directors cf Institutional 
Summer Schools 

Appalachian Training School — B. B. Dough- 
erty. Boone. 

Asheville Summer School — John E. Calfee, 
Ash ville. 

Cullowhee Summer School — A. C. Reynolds, 
Cullowhee. 

East Carolina Treachers Training School — C. 
W. Wilson, Greenville. 

Lenoir College — John C. Peery Hickory. 

State College of Agriculture and Engineering — 
W. A. Withers. West Raleigh. 

Slate College for Women — J. H. Cook, Greens- 
boro. 

Trinity College — Holland Holton, Durham. 

University of North Carolina — N. W. Walker, 
Chapel Hill. 

Wake Forest College — H. T. Hunter, Wake 
Forest. 



Nazareth Orphanage — Rev. George A. Woods. 
Snjit . Raleigh. 

Alexander Home — Mrs. J. A Houston, Sec- 
Treas. Charlotte. 

St Ann's Orphanage — Sister Mary Claire, 
Snpt , B Imont. 

Free Will Baptist Orphanage — C. G. Pope, 
Supt. Middlesex 

Grandfather Orphanage — Rev. Edgar Tufts, 
Supt , Banner Elk. 

Union County Children— Rev. D. C. Snyder, 
Supt., Monroe. 

Baptist Orphanage (Colored) — Rev. W. J. 
Poil dexter. Supt. Winston. 

Orphan Asylum (Colored) — Henrv P. Cheat- 
ham. Supt., Oxford. 



Orphanages 



Hyde, 



Baptist Orphanage — Rev. M. L. Kesler, Supt., 
Thomasville. 

Methodist Orphanage — Rev. A. S. Barnes, 
Supt.. Raleigh. 

Presbyterian Orphan Home — E. McS. 
Supt.. 1 arium Springs. 

The Children's Home, Inc. — E. K. Creel, 
Supt.. Winston-Salem. 

Thompson Orphanage — Rev. W. J. Smith, 
Supt., Charlotte. 

Methodist Protestant Children's Home — H. A. 
Garrett, Supt., High Point. 

Christian Orphanage — W. K. Holt, Supt. 
Elon College. 

Oxford Orphanage — R. L. Brown, Supt., Ox- 
ford. 

Odd Fellows Home— C. O. Baird, Supt.. 
Goldsboro. 

Pythian Home — C. W. Pender, Supt.. Clay- 
ton. 

Eliada Orphanage — Rev. L. B. Compton. 
Supt. Asheville. 

Nazareth Orphans' Home — Rev. W. B. Wer- 
ner Supt. . Crescent. 

Falcon Orphanage — C. B. Strickland, Snpt., 
Falcon. 

Children's Home Society — John J. Phoenix. 
Supt.. Greensboro. 

Mountain Orphanage — R. P. Smith, Supt., 
Balfour. 



Colleges and Schools for 
Negroes 



Ra- 



Shaw University — Joseph L. Peacock, 

leigh 

Biddle-University— H. L. McCrorey Char- 
lotte. 

Livingston College— D. C. Suggs. Salisbury. 

Scotia Women's College — A. W. Verner, 
Concord. 

Kittrell College — George A. Edwards, Kittrell. 

St. Augustine's School — Edgar H. Goold. 
Raleigh. 

'ennett College — Frank Trigg. Greensboro 

Kent Home — Mrs. M. L. Donelson, Greens- 
boro. 

Joseph K. Brick Normal and Industrial Inst — 
T. S. Inborden. Bricks. 

Albion Academy — J. A. Savage Franklinton 

Christian College — H. E. Long. Franklinton 

Immanuel Luthern College — J. P. Smith, 
Greensboro. 

Normal and Industrial Institute— A. J Grif- 
fin. High Point. 

Thompson Institute — W. H. Knuckles, Lum- 
berton. 

Roanoke Institute— C. F. Graves, Elizabeth 
City. 

Henderson Normal Institute — Rev. J. A. Cot- 
ton. Henderson. 

Peabody Academy — F. W. Sims, Troy. 

Eastern Normal and Industrial Institute — G. 
W. McCorkle. Edenton. 

Kinston College — L. E. Rasbury, Kinston. 

Mary Potter School — G. C. Shaw. Oxford. 

Lincoln Academy — Rev. I. Alva Hart, Kings 
Mountain 

Gregory Institute — F. W. Fletcher. Wilming- 
ton. 

Laurinburg Normal and Industrial Institute — 
E. M. McDuffle, Laurinburg. 

Eastern N. C. Industrial Academy— William 
Sutton. New Bern. 

National Training School— J. E. Shepard. 
Durham 



Superintendents of Graded Schools 



O. V. 
J. H. 
M. T. 
D. W 
W. L 
C. R. 
R A. 
W. B 
C. W, 

B. C. 
A. S. 
R. W 
". C. 

C. C. 
J. W. 
Wm. 
R. K 
Fred 
H. P 



Hicks. Aberdeen. 
Mclver, Albemarle. 

Edgerton, Andrews. 
Maddox, Asheboro. 

Brooker, Asheville. 

H°nsha>v, Aulandtr. 

Thompson, Aurota. 

Covington. Ayden. 

E. Pittman, Beaufort. 

Siske. Belhaven. 

Ballard. Bess?mer City. 

Boling. Biscoe. 
Jones, Bryson City. 

Haworth. Burlington. 

Scroggs. Cameron. 
C. Allen, Canton. 

Hancock. Carthage. 
W. Morrison. Chapel Hill. 

Harding, Charlotte. 



W. C. Warlick, Cherrvville. 

B. F. Hassell, Clayton. 
J. O. Bowman. Clinton. 
G. O. Mudge, Columbia. 
A. S. Webb, Concord. 

A. L. Currie, Davidson. 

Miss Ha Thomas, Derby Me- 
morial, Jackson Springs. 
W. S. Snipes, Dunn. 
Edwin D. Pusey. Durham. 
Joe R. Nixon, Edenton. 
R. L. Sheep, Elizabeth City. 
Z. H. Dixon, Elkin. 
D. C. Holt. Elm City. 

C. Humphreys, Elon College. 
Claude O. Boseman, Enfield. 
M. B. Andrews. Fayetteville. 

B. L. Smith. Forest City. 
W. H. Crawford, Franklin. 



Hoy Taylor, Franklinton. 
Richard F. Little. Franklin- 

ville. 
Jas. S. Moore. Fremont. 
W. P. Grier, Gastonia. 
J. H. Joyner, GibsonvUle. 
O. A. Hamilton, Goldsboro. 
M. E. Tount, Graham. 
Columbus Andrews, Granite 

Falls. 
Frederick Archer — Greensboro. 
T. H. Rose, Greenville. 
Sallie B. Newman. Guilford 

College. 
C. S. Warren. Hamlet. 
A. H. Koonce, Haw River. 
J. T. Alderman, Henderson. 
A. W. Honeycutt, Henderson- 

ville. 



K. 
C. 



E W. Joyner, Hertford. 
R W. Carver, Hickory. 
W. M. Marr, High Point. 
J Gary Allen, Jonesboro. 
R A. Sullivan, Kernersville 
p C Nye, Kings Mountain. 
B. Curtis, Kinston. 

, G. Smith. LaGrange. 
S. W. Babb, Laurinburg. 
Horace Sisk, Lenoir. 
J H. Cowles, Lexington. 
Geo O. McBroom, Lillington 
E D. Johnson. Llncolnton. 

P S. Svkes, Littleton. 

\V B. Mills, Louisburg. 

Mrs. T. W. Costen, Lucama. 

W H. Cale, Lumberton. 

J ' C. Lassiter, Madison. 

T A Holton, Marion. 

j' H. Workman, Maxton. 

J L. Duncan, Mebane. 

F B Bichardson. Mocksville. 

S G. Hawfleld, Monroe. 

,T O Faulkner, Mooresville. 

E. P. Mendenhall. Moreheatf 
City. 

H P. Srygley, Morganton. 

L M. Epps, Mount Airy. 

B C Cox. Mount Gilead. 

j' E Bedfern, Mount Olive. 



EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 

Charles I'. Owen, Murphy. 
II B Smith. New Bern. 
Nf s. Beam, Newton, 
(oseph II. ii'n st, North Wilkes- 

i i ro. 
T G Peri 

(; B Strickland, Old Fort, 
c g. Credle, Oxford. 
<i a. Anderson, Pelham. 
Tames W. Norman, Plymouth. 
S B (Jnderw H ^h. 

s M. Patton. Raeford. 
B j Harbison, Ramseur. 
D m Weatherly. Bandleman. 

P ii Gwynn Jr., Reldsville. 
E .1 Coltran >, Roanoke Rapids. 
G \v Rhodes, Robersonville. 

L .1 Bell, Rockingham. 

B. M. Wilson, Rocky Mount. 

F M. Tucker. Roper. 

\ B Stalvey, Roxboro. 

V L Wyatt, Ruffln. 

I (i Wood, Ruthertordton. 

Reid Settle, Sadler. 

T. Wingate Andrews, B 
bury. 

C E. Teague, Sanford. 

M. A. Huggins, Scotland 
Nick. 

W. B Crumpton, Selma. 



I C G 
w C Ha 

It 

Pini 
ll. P. Smith, - 
II. C. Miller, 

.1 i: Mel 

K M ' 

I 

J. N. Hum 

Slmmo 

l 

Stroud, ^ 

R le. 

W B. I'M 

M. .1. Davis, w 

\V. A. Graham, Will 

Charles L C I, Wl 

John G Bldridg , \ v - 
K n Latham 

Smithdeal, v 



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Apportionment of State Public School Fund-1920-1921 

«• c7 7m :« .Tnnpq 



Alamance 
Alexander 
Alleghany 
Anson . • 
Ashe . . 
Avery 



67.710.39 
li7.6-24.-J8 
21.787.57 
41,254.25 

■17 222.02 

30.806.S3 



Jones 
Le ■ 
Lenoir 
Lincoln 

Macon 



60,361.20 

Beautort j2 247 24 

Bertie -)k'm7' : 

Bladen 

Brurtwiclc i? 

Buncombe 

P.urke 

Cabarrus 



31 

! 

Madison 



Martin 
McDowell 



36,517.26 
16,747.00 
827.38 
28 622.y6 
49,571.93 
41.026.05 
13,137.42 
24,401.48 
2(1 974.14 
67.750.47 
45.845.82 
28,071.61 
18,750. IV 
8.665.07 
61,003.27 

Cleveland 49 857 15 

Columbus 46,792 '■■' 

Craven 5-' 577 47 

Cumberland "'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 18i805.71 



Caldwell 
Camden . 
Carteret 
CasweU . 
Catawba 
Chatham 
Cherokee 
Chowan . 
Clay 






Mecklenburg •••■■ '-. - 



Mitchell 
Montgomery 

Moore 

Nash 

New Hanover 
Northai; Dton 

Onslow 

Orange 

Pamlico 






Pasaui lank 

Pend6r 



Currituck 

Dare 

Davidson 
Davie . . . 
Duplin • • • 
Durham 
Edgecombe 
Forsyth . . 
FranOin . 
GaStO'l . . • 

Gates 

Graham . . 

Granville 

Greene 

Guilford 

Halifax . 

Harnett 



Pen lunans 
Person .. 

rut 

Polk 

Band 

Richmond 

i: 



18,322 l 1 
57.312 »0 
21 ,130.50 
It 680.00 
90,850.41 

19 625.63 
L08.548.09 

17,388.41 
101,961.57 

18,080.38 
8,21 l 98 

I 1,010 IS 

21,661 98 
161,884 78 

63,127.77 
I 339.35 

30,785.28 



30.521.48 
21.521 > s 



u kingham 



Haywood 30248.0 



Henderson 

Hertford 
Hoke . 
Hyde . 
Iredell 

Jackson 

.Tolmstoi 



23 1 98 

18.240.47 
I 1,465, l I 
64.263.22 
27,977.08 
I 



Rowan 
Rutherford ■ 
Sampson . . • 
Scotland 

Stanly 

Stokes 

Sorry 

Swain 

Transj Lvania 

Tyrrell 

Union 

Vance 

Wak 

Warren . . . 

Washington 

iga • ■ 

Wayne . . . . 

I 

Wilson .... 
Yadkin . . , 



17.1 






NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS 



Newspapers and Editors 



DAILY PAPERS. 

Asheville Citizen — C. K. Robinson, Asheville. 

Asheville Times — D. Hideu Ramsey, Asheville. 

Concord Daily Tribune — John B. Sherrill, 
Concord. 

Daily Record — S. H. Farabee. Hickory. 

Morning New Bernian — J. B. Dawson, New 
Bern. 

Sun-Journal — Carl Goerch, New Bern. 

Fayetteville Observer — David B. Lindsay, 
Fayetteville. 

Durham Sun — W. W. Weaver, Durham. 

Morning Herald— W. N. Keener, Durham. 

Daily Southerner — Paul Jones. Tarboro. 

Daily Enterprise — C. G. Diekerson, High 
Point. 

Commonwealth — Norfleet S. Smith — Scotland 

Statesville Daily — Pegram A. Bryant, States- 
viile. 

Kinston Daily News — C. Green, Kinston. 

Kinston Free Press — H. Gait Braxton, Kins- 
ton. 

Charlotte News — Julian S. Miller, Charlotte. 

Charlotte Observer — Wade H. Harris, Char- 
lotte. 

Evening Telegram — J. L. Home, Jr., Rocky 
Mount. 

Morning Star — Wilmington. 

Wilmington Dispatch — James Cruikshank, 
Wilmington. 

Daily News- — Earle Hedrick, Greenville. 

Daily Reflector — H. B. Utley, Greenville. 

Tri-City Daily Gazette— M. E. Murray 
Leaksvil e 

Henderson Daily Dispatch — Henry A. Den- 
nis. Henderson. 

The News and Observer — Josephus Daniels, 
Raleigh. 

Raleigh Times— 0. J. Coffin, Raleigh. 

Argus — Joseph E. Robinson. Goldsboro. 

Daily Times — John D Gold. Wilson. 

Tarborean — James B. Loyd. Tarboro. 

Twin-City Daily Sentinel — H. R. Dwyre, 
Winston- Salem. 

Daily Record — C. M. Waynick. Greensboro. 

Greensboro Daily News — Earle Godby, Greens 
boro. 

Winston-Salem Journal — Santford Martin. 
Winston-Salem 

Washington Daily News — J. A. Osborne, 
Washington. 

Salisbury Evening Post — J. F. Hurley. Salis- 
bury. 

Gastonia Gazette — Hugh A. Query, Gastonia. 

SEMI-WEEKLY PAPERS. 

Burlington News — O F. Crowson, Burling- 
ton. 

Times — J. B. Sherrill, Concord. 

News Topic — Fred H. May. Lenoir. 

Coaster — Robert T. Wade, Morehead City. 

Catawba News-Enterprise — C H. Mebane 
Newton. 

Star — Leo B. Weathers, Shelby. 

Dispatch — H. B. Varner. Lexington. 

Western Sentinel — H. L Kennedy, Winston- 
Salem 

Gaston Times — F. A. Slate. Gastonia. 

Public Ledger — Dan A. Coble, Oxford. 

Dunn Dispatch — Byron Ford. Dunn. 

Landmark — Pegram A. Bryant, Statesville. 

Smithfield Herald— J. M. Peaty, Smithfleld. 

Smithfield Observer — John R. Morris and S. 
S. Holt. SmithrMd. 

Kinston Free Press — H. Gait Braxton. Kins- 
ton. 

Lincoln County News— John T. Perkins. 
Lincolnton. 

Lincoln Times — John M. Muller, Lincolnton. 

Tar Heel— Jonathan Worth Daniels. Chapel 
Hill. 

Enterprise — W. H. Jordan, Hillsboro. 



Robesonlan — J. A Sharpe, Lumberton. 

Reidsville Review — R. J. and Manton Oliver 
Reidsville. 

Stanly News Herald — A. C. Huneycutt, Al- 
bemarle. 

Monroe Enquirer — Monroe. 

Monroe Journal — John Beasley, Monroe. 

Gold Leaf — H. A. Dennis, Henderson. 

The Record — W. Brodie Jones. Warrenton. 

Argus — Joseph E. Robinson, Goldsboro 

Mount Olive Tribune — Homer Brock. Mount 
Olive. 

Wilson Times — John D. Gold, Wilson. 

WEEKLY PAPERS. 

Christian Sun — C. B. Riddle. Burlington. 

Alamance Gleanor — J D. Kernodle. Graham. 

Enterprise — G. O. Mercer, Mebane. 

Mountain Scout— Thomas B. Smith, Taylors- 
ville. 

Alleghany Star — F. A. Wrench, Sparta. 

Sentinel — G J. Watson, Morven. 

Messenger and Intelligencer — R. B. Boylin, 
Wadesboro. 

Ashe Recorder — T. W. Adams, Jefferson. 

The Elk Park News — W. M. Dunn, Elk 
Park 

Belhaven Journal — Miss Elizabeth Warren. 
Belhaven. 

neaufort County Record— J. J. Johnston, 
Washington. 

Washington Progress — W. K. Jacobson, Wash- 
ington 

Windsor Ledger — S. W. Kenney. Windsor. 

Bladen Journal— A. C Johnson, Clarkton. 

Brunswick County News — W. R. Holmes. 
Shallotte 

Southport Independent— -W. E. Crowell, 
Southport. , 

Asheville Advocate— James; F. Barrett. Ashe- 
ville 

News-Herald — Miss Beatrice Cobb, Morgan- 
ton. 

Observer — C. Ed. Kestler, Concord. 

Uplift — J. P. Cook, Concord. 

Kannapolis Star — G. Ed. Kestler, Kannapolis. 

Beaufort News— W. G Mebane, Beaufort. 

Caswell County News — James H. Evans, 
Milton. 

Caswell County Democrat— A. Yancey Kerr, 
Yanceyvllle. 

Times-Mercury — F. A. Slate, Hickory. 

Chatham Record — Colin G. Shaw, Pittsboro. 

Grit — P. H. Elkins, Siler City. 

Tri-County News— S. F. Mitchell. Andrews. 

Cherokee Scout— A. S. Adams. Murphy 

Albemarle Observer — H. L. Story, Edenton. 

Herald— G. G. Page, Kings Mountain. 

Highlander and Shelby News — B H. De- 
Priest. Shelby. m . 

News-Reporter— W. B. Keziah, Whiteville. 

Herald — J. V. Lanier, Denton. 

Charity and Children — Archibald Johnson, 
Thomasville. 

Times — J T. Westmoreland. Thomasville. 

Cooleemee Journal — J. C. Sell, Cooleemee. 

Davie Record — C. Frank Stroud Mocksville. 

Enterprise — A. C. Huneycutt. Mocksville. 

Duplin-Pender Enterprise — R. L Carr, Rose 

Hill. m 

Duplin Record— R. S. Taylor, Warsaw. 

Trinity Chronicle — C. H. Moser. Durham. 

Weekly Southerner — Paul Jones, Tarboro. 

Southern Tobacco Journal — G E. Webb, 
Winston- Salem. 

Union Republican — J. B. Goslen. Winston- 
Salem. _ . , 

Franklin Times — A. F. Johnson. Louisburg. 

Eagle— L H J. Hauser, Cherryville. 

Times-News — John E. Hart. Creedmoor. 

Orphan's Friend and Masonic Journal — F. M. 
Pinnix, Oxford. 

Square Deal — G. A. Jones. Snow Hill 



NEWSPAPERS AXI) EDITORS 






Standard Laconic — J. E. Debnam, Snow Hill. 

International Holiness Advocate — S. S. Nel- 
son, Greensboro. 

Methodist Protestant Herald — J F. McCul- 
loch. Greensboro. 

N. C. Christian Advocate — Rev. A. W. Plyler. 
Greensboro. 

Friends Messenger — Rev. J Edgar Williams. 
Guilford. 

High Point News — J. J. Farris High Point. 

Review — W L. Stanley, High Point. 

Southern Furniture Journal — H. W. Kron- 
heimer. High Point. 

Progress — Theo. M. Cooper, Enfield. 

Roanoke Rapids Herald— J. T. Stainback, 
Roanoke Rapids 

Harnett County News — Henderson. Steele, 
Lillington. 

Canton Enterprise — J. A. Osborne, Canton. 

Mountaineer-Courier — J. D. Boone. Waynes- 
ville. 

Hendersonville News — Noah Hollowell, Hen- 
dersonville 

Western Carolina Times — W. S. Surratt, 
Hendersonville. 

Hertford County Herald — J. Roy Parker, 
Ahoskie. , . 

Hoke County Journal— D. S. Poole, Raeford. 

Our Fatherless Ones — E McS. Hyde, Barium 
Springs. 

Enterprise — Harry P. Deaton, Mooresville. 

Landmark — Pegram A. Bryant, Statesville. 

Jackson County Journal — Dan Tompkins, 
Sylva. 

Benson Review — Alfred J. Schmidt, Benson. 

Clayton News — W. S. Penn. Clayton. 

Johnstonian— .Toe E. Johnson, Selma. 

Express — D L. St. Clair, Sanford. 

Free Will Baptist Advocate — J. W. C. Smith, 
Kinston. 

LaGrange Lenorian — Samuel T. Meares, La- 
Grange. . 

Marion Progress — S. E Whitten, Marion. 

Franklin Press — J. Burton Lysle, Franklin. 

News-Record — J. H. White. Marshall. 

Weekly Herald— W. H. Mizelle, Roberson- 
ville 

Enterprise — W. C. Manning, Williamston. 

Mill News — Albert Escott, Charlotte. 

R'view — B. T. Groome, Charlotte. 

Southern Textile Bulletin— David Clark 
Charlotte. 

Star of Zion — W J. Walls, Charlotte. 

Textile Manufacturer— J. S. Miller, Char- 
lotte. 

Mitchell County Banner— J. B. Craigmiles. 
Bakersville. 

Toe River Herald — Frank A. Carr, Spruce 
Pine. _ 

The Montgomerian— A. C. Huneycutt, Troy. 

Moore County News — Bion H. Butler, Car- 
thage. _ .. 

Sandhill Citizen— H. E. Foss, Southern 
Pines. 

Pilot — G. W. Brock, Vass. 
Graphic— M. W. Lincke, Nashville. 

Neighborhood News— G. B. Wilson, 
mington. 

Saturday Record— George W. Cameron 
mington. 

Roanoke-Chowan Times— A. J. Conner. Rich 

Square. , , .„ 

Onslow Progress— E. I. Wood. Jacksonville. 
Chapel Hill News — W. B. Thompson, Chapel 

University News Letter— E. C. Branson, 
Chapel Hill. 

Bayboro Sentinel— W. H. Miskell. Bayboro. 

Herald— Jack Wells. Elizabeth City. 

Independent— W. O. Saunders. Elizabeth 
City 

Pender Chronicle — T J. Betts, Burgaw. 

Hertford Herald— F. J. Triplett, Hertford. 

Courier — J. W. Noell, Roxboro. 

Ayden Dispatch — J. C. Andrews. Aydcn 

Free Will Baptist— E. T. Phillips, Ayden. 

Farmville Enterprise — G. A. Rouse, Farni- 
ville. 



Wil- 
Wil- 



Polk County News — C Bush. Ttyon. 
Asneboro Courier — W. C. Hammer, Asneboro. 
Hamlet New r — I. 11. llanlyn. 

Elamlet 

I'ost-Dispatch — Isaac S. London. Rocking 
ham. 

Fairmont Review — W V. Branch, Fain 
Scottish Chief — Myrtie Preva 

Red Springs Citizen — R. B. Bl h, B 
Springs. 

The Outcry — E. J. Fillman. Bowl 

Weekly Gazette — M. E Murray, I. 
Madison Messenger— T. J. Robcrson, Madi- 
son. 

The Voice — J. A. McRae, Reidsville. 

Carolina Watchman — W. II Stewart, Salis- 
bury. 

Spencer News — A. W. Hicks, Spencer. 

The Courier — J. L. O. Thompson, Forest City. 

Sun— R. E. Price, Rutherfordton. 

News-Dispatch — A. L. Carlton. Clil 

Sampson Democrat — O. J. Peterson, Clinton. 

Laurinburg Exchange — O. L. Moore. Lauriu- 
burg. 

Piedmont Press — A. Selders, Albemarle. 

Danbury Reporter — W. E. and E. P. Pepper. 
Danbury. 

The Tribune — W. E. Nichols, Elkin. 

Mount Airy News — J E. Johnson. Mount 
Airy. 

Renfro Record — J. H. Carter. Mount Airy. 

Times — C. B. Eaves, Bryson City. 

Brevard News — W. E Breese. Brevard. 

Marshville Home — J. Z. Green. Marshville. 

Waxhaw Enterprise— G. L. Nisbet. Waxhaw. 

Apex Journal — A. J Harris, Apex 

Biblical Recorder — Rev. Livingston Johnson, 
Raleigh. 

Progressive Farmer — Clarence Poe, Raleigh 

Union Herald — Maxwell Gorman. Raleigh. 

Gold Leaf Farmer — Marcus A. Rollins. Wen- 
dell. 

Zebulon News — A. L G. Stephenson. Zebulon. 

News-Reporter — T. R. Walker, Littleton. 

Norlina Headlight— J. C. Hardy, Norlina. 

Roanoke Beacon — C. S. Ausbon. Plymouth. 

Watauga Democrat — R. C. Rivers, P.ootie 

Fremont Messenger — J. W. Floars. Fremont. 

East Carolina Tribune— W. C. Shaw. Golds- 
boro. 

Headlight — Arthur Roscower, Goldsboro. 

The Record — G. W. and C. A. Brown, Golds- 
boro. 

Carter's Weekly— Julius C. Hubbard. North 
Wilkesboro. 

Hustler— W. E. Pharr, North Wilkesboro 

Wilkes Patriot — Joseph M. Privett. Wilkes- 
boro. 

Yadkin Ripple — W. E. Rutledge. Yadkinville. 

SEMI-MONTHLY. 

Zion's Landmark — Wilson. 

Watch Tower— W. H. Mizzell, Robersonville. 

Apostolic Evangel — J. A. Culbreth. Falcon. 
MONTHLY. 

Baraea-Philathen Herald— Mrs. N". Buckler. 
Ash ville. 

New Testament Christian — Lucius B. Comp 
ton. Asheville 

Our Mountain Work — Rev. R. P. Smith. 
Asheville. 

Catawba Lutheran — Rev. F. L. Conrad. New 
ton 

Alumnae Record — Manos Gilmore. Winston- 
Salem. 

Friends Messenger — Rev. J. Edgar William-. 

Guilford College. 

Southern Furniture Journal— II \\ Kron- 

heimer. High Point 

Little River Record— J A. Campbell. Bute* 
Creek 

Charlotte Medical Journal — W. L TOWl 
Charlotte. _ .,.,,. 

Alumni Review— L. R. Wilson. Chanel Hill 

Record I Qivei Ltj ol North Carolina, Chan i 

ihii 

Mission Herald -Rev, Theo. I'atrl.-k. Jr. 

Lumherton. 



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Eastern Searchlight — E. M. McDuffle, Laurin- 
! urg 

Methodist Herald K P. Reynolds, Walnut 
C i 

Agricultural Bulletin — R. W. Green. Ra- 
leigh 

Bulletin stall' Board Health— Ronald I?. 
Wilson, Raleigh, 

Carolina Churchman — Rev. C A. Ashby, Ra- 
leigh. 

Missionary Herald and Christian Star — J. W. 
Pattern. Raleigh. 

North Carolina Education — W. F. Marshall 
ami E. C. Brooks, Raleigh. 

North Carolina Highway Bulletin — State High- 
way Commission, Raleigh. 

North Carolina Odd Fellow — John D. Berry, 
Raleigh. 

Our Reeord — A. O. Alford, Raleigh. 

St. Mary's Muse — Students St. Mary's School 
Raleigh. 

Fool Killer — James Larkin Pearson, Boomer 

Lash — L. B. Laws. Moravian Falls. 

Yellow Jacket — R. Don Laws, Moravian 
Falls 

Southern Good Roads — H. B. Varner. Lex- 
ington. 



Womans Missionary Kecord — Mrs. .1. F. Mr 



Culloch 
North 
Preyer, 



Greensboro. 

('; ina White 

Greensboro. 



Ribbon— Mrs. Ellen Y. 



K. Boyd and 



High 



-Rev. Geo. A. Woods, 



QUARTERLY. 

South Atlantic Quarterly — W. 
W. ll Wannamaker, Durham. 

Black and Cold — Winston-Salem. 
School. Winston-Salem 

Mars Hill College Quarterly — R. L. Moore. 
Mars Hill. 

Our Lady's Orphan Boy- 
Nazareth 

North Carolina Booklet — Miss Mary Hilliard 
llinioii. Raleigh. 

North Carolina Library Bulletin — Miss Mary 
B. Palmer. Raleigh. 

Bulletin Wake Forest Colleg? W. L. Poteat. 

Wake Forest. 

Meredith College Bulletin — Raleigh. 

Y'EARLY. 

Blums' Farmers ami Planters Almanac — Geo. 
L. Keehln. Winston-Salem. 

Turner's Almanac — John A. Park. Raleigh. 

The North Carolina Year Book — Josephus 
Daniels, Raleigh. 



Practicing Attorneys 



E. 
M. 

L. 

I. R. 
. A. 

A. C. 



Aberdeen — 

Johnson, J. McN. 

Johnson. J. T. 

Wilder. T. P.. 

Ahoskie — 
Johnson. Walter R. 
Rogers. William W. 
Williams, L. C. 

Albemarle — 
Bogle, W. 
Brown, J. 
Brown, R. 
Burgleson. 
Crowell. R 
Huneycutt. 
Ingram, Robert R. 
Mann, W. L. 
Price, J. R. 
Reynolds. G. O. B. 
Sikes. O. J. 
Simth. Whitman E. 
Smith, R. L. 

Andrews — 

Jarritt. Clyde H. 

Smathers, C. C. 
Apex — 

Olive. Percy J. 
Asheboro — 

Brittain, John T. 

Brittain, P.. F. 

Cox. C. N. 

Frazier, June E. 

Hammer. William C 

Moser, I. C. 

King. Goodman II. 

Redding. C. H. 

Robins, H. M. 

Spence, J. A. 
Asheville — 

P.eachboard, Wayne. 

Bennett. O. K. 

Bernard, Silas G. 

Bourne, L M. 

Parker, Haywood.' 

Jones, G. L. 

Britt. James J. 

Kitchen. Julian K. 

Brown, Mark W. 

Brown. W. P. 

Bynum, Curtis. 

Campbell, Rufner. 



Candler, Wm. W. 

Carter. Frank. 

Carter, H. B. 

Chalmers. A. C. 

Cheesborough, James W. 

Stafford. Mrs. Exum Clement. 

Cocke, P. C. 

Cocke. W. J. 

Craig, L 

Craig, George. 

Curtis, Zeb. F. 

Davidson. Theo. P. 

Edwaras, W. Mc. 

Erwin, Marcus. 

Fortune, W. G. 

Roberts, G. 

Galloway, T. B. 

Glenn, J. Frazier. 

Gudger, Herman. 

Gudger, Owen. 

Gudger, V. L. 

Guerard. Albert S. 

Harkins, T. J. 

Winkle. K. Van. 

Harrison. Wm. II. 

Hartshorn. E. S. 

Haynes, J W. 

Hughes. Clinton K. 

Jones, Ellis C. 

Jones. T A. 

Williams. R. R. 

Lee, Chas. G. 

Ford. Joseph F. 

Lvman, A. J. 

McCall, R. S. 

Malone, C. N. 

Martin, J. C. 

Rollins, T. S. 

Wright, G. H. 

Merrick. Duff. 

Merrimon, J. H. 

Merrimon Tames G. 

Adams. John S. 

Johnston. A. Hall. 

Mont ath. A. D. 

Moore, C. A. 

Murphy. J. D. 

Nettles. Z. V. 

Paul. Alvin H. 

Pennell. I'urgin. 

Pritchard, Geo M 

Pritchard, McKinley. 

Randolph, E. J. 



Ravenel. S. P. 
Rav E. Z 
Rector. Ja- E. 
Reynolds, G. S. 
Rickman, T. J. 
Sale, F. L. 
Pennell. George. 
Shuford, W. E 
Smathers. George H. 
Sondley, F. A. 
Stevens. H. B. 
Anderson, J. B. 
Styles, J. S. 
Sykes, Chas. L. 
Taylor. Eugene. 
Thomas. F. W. 
Thompson. G. A. 
Toms, Chas. F. 
Ward. Eugene. 
Weaver. Guy. 
Weaver. Zeb. 
Webb, C. A. 
Welch, Gilmer. 
Wells, R. M. 
Swain. J. E. 
Whitson. W. R. 
Wright, Edward N. 
Young. Don C. 
Fortune, Charles M. 
1 lodges. Daniel M. , Jr. 
Jordan. John J. 
Jarvis, Hubert C. 
Jones, Thos. A. 
Martin, Mrs. Florence C. 
Robertson. Geo. D. 
Shank, Miss Marie. 

Angier — 

Johnson, Samuel D. 
Aquadale — 

Bivens, Jay. 
Aulander — 

Castello •. A. T. 
Lassiter, Alexander. 

Aurora — 

Thompson, W. A. 

Ayden — 

Pitman. K. A. 
Prescott, Marion 1'.. 

Bailey — 

Minly. F. R. 



PRACTICING ATT( RNEYS 



NORTH CAROLINA STATE COLLEGE 
OF AGRICULTURE AND ENGINEERING 

STATE COLLEGE STATION, RALEIGH 

Four-year courses in Agriculture, in Agricultural Chem- 
istry, and in Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Chemical, and 
Textile Engineering, and in Architecture. Numerous 
short courses. 

UNIT OF RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS. 
STRONG ATHLETIC TEAMS. 

Two-hundred and forty free scholarships. Board $19.00 
per month. Tuition $45.00 per year. Room rent, heat and 
light $40.00 per year. For catalogue, illustrated circular, 
and entrance blanks, write — 

E. B. OWEN, Registrar 



Bakersville— 
Black, Saml. J. 
Greene. C. E. 
Lambert, W. L. 
Lambert, Fred. 
McBee, John C. 
Berry, W. C. 
Turner, Samuel J. 
Wilson, M. Li. 

Banner Elk — 
Lowe, L. D. 
Love, T. L. 
Love, T. A. 

Bayboro — 
Brinson, F. C. 
Brison, G. G. 
Rawls, Z. V. 

Beaufort — 

Davis, M. L. 

Duncan, G. M. 

Duncan, J. F. 

Hill, B. W. 

Wheatley, Claude R. 

Duncan, John M. 
Belhaven — 

Leigh, Joseph. 

Stewart, Edward L. 

Bryan, Frank H. 

Tooly, John G. 

McMullan, Harry. 

Benson — 

Barbour, J. R. 
Canaday, C. C. 
Parker, Ezra. 
Parker, J. D . 
Rayner, Jas. 

Bessemer City — 
Durham, S. J. 
Whitney, C. E. 



Black Mountain — 
Eckles, J. D. 

Boone — . 

Bingham. John 11. 

Bingham, T. E. 

Brown, John E. 

Coffey, E. S. 

Fletcher, J. C. 

Harmon, E. M. 

Linney, F. A. 

Lovill. E. F. 

Lovill, W. R. 
Brevard — 

Allison, Eugene. 

Clayton. O. W. 

Clayton, M. D. 

Deaver, C. B. 

English, D. L. 

Fisher, R. R. 

Forsytie, J. A. 

Galloway, T. Coleman. 

Galloway. Welch. 

Gash, Robt. L. 

Breese, W. E.. Jr., 

Hamlin, L. P. 

Nichols, Chas. L. 
Bryson City — 

Black, S. W. 

Bryson, T. D. 

Fisher, F. C. 

Franklin, A. J. 

Frye, A. M. 

Frye, Mrs. L. R. 

Harwood, John H. 

Loath TWOOd, Thurman. 

Paterson, A. S. 
Buies Creek — 

Collier, J. L, 
Burgaw — 

Best, John J. 



Bland, J. T. 
Bland. J. T.. Jr. 
Burnett. .[. li. 
McCuUen, C. E. 
Burlington — 
Allen. L. C. 
Carroll. \V. H. 
Cook. J. M. 
Coulter, William S. 
Damerson, E. S. W. 
Fonville, D. R. 
Hoffman, Jno. K. 
Carroll, A. M. 
King, A. H. 

Burnsvllle — 
Gardner, G. E. 
Hutchins, Charles. 
Ray, J. B. 
Watson. E. F. 
Watson, J. A. 
Watson, R. W. 

Bladenboro — 

Brldger, .lames A. 

Buie, Clifford B. 
Barnardsville — 

liurlcson. Win. S. 

B u n n — 

Harris. JOS. J. 
Camden — 

Tillitt. D. H. 

Canton — 

Clark. T. \ 
Horney, Julius I, 
Smathers, J. B. 

Carthage — 

Bui " • Robert L. 
Clefflj, I-. it. 
Clegg, w. B, 



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HumlitT, Geo. I[. 
M.-.Vi-ill. Ceo. TV. 
McNeill, W. II. 
Muse, C. M, 
Seawell, if. F. 
Spence, U. L. 

Cary— 

Templeton, Alfred. 
Templeton, J. M., .Ir. 
Womble, Wm. B. 

Catawba — 

Sherrill, Oscar. 
Chadbourn — 

Koonce, C. D. 
Chapel Hill— 

Koonce, A. H. 

Mcintosh, A. C. 

Roberson. W. S. 

Whitfield. H. A. 

Winston, P. II. 

Liipfert. B. B. 
Charlotte — 

Adams. Thaddeus A. 

Alexander, Julia M. 

Alexander, T. W. 

Beam, W. S. 

Borry, Margaret. 

Bost, D. J. 

Brenizer, Chase. 

Taylor, H. L. 

Cansler, Edwin T. 

Cansler. Edwin T., Jr. 

Cansler, John S. 

Clark. Walter, Jr. 

Clarkson, Heriot. 

Taliaferro, C. D. 

Clarkson, F. O. 

Cochran, C. A. 

DeLaney, J. L. 

Dockery, H. C. 

Duckworth, C. A. 

Peehlman. R. T. 

Fetner, C. B. 

Flowers, J. F. 

Grover, C. Hundley. 

Jones, J. Lawrence. 

Guthrie, Thomas C, Jr. 

Harding. Wm. F. 

Harris, Hugh. W. 

Hawkins. T. W. 

Henderson, D. E. 

Humphrey, L. W. 

Hutchinson. R. S. 

Jones, H. C. 

Justice, A. B. 

Keerans. J. W. 

Kennedy, Frank H. 

Kenyon. J. R. 

Kidd. R. V. 

Kirkpatrick, T. L. 

McCall. J. D. 

Smith. W. M. 

McNinch, F. R. 

Marshall, Hunter, Jr. 

Meisenh 'imer, C. A. 

Newell, J. C. 

Newell, J. F. 

Nixon, Brevard. 

Osborne. W. S. 

Cocke, N. A. 

Robinson, B. R. 

Pharr, Edgar W. 

Pharr, II. N. 

Bell, J. A. 

Sarrow, Geo. A., Jr. 

Preston, E Randolph. 

Redd, F. M. 

Ritch. Marvin L. 

Robinson, J. M. 

Sanders, J. T. (Colored.) 

Scales, J. L. 

Shannonhouse. F. M. 



Shore, William T. 
Simmons, T. M. 
Smith. D. B. 
Smitn, Geo. A. 
Sancill, J. Clyd ■. 
Davis, W. C. 
Stewart, P. 
McRae, J. A. 
Tavlor, Z. V. 
Tillett, C. W., Jr. 
Tillett, C. W. 
Guthrie, T. C. 
Vreeland, L. B. 
Wellons, B. F. 
Whitlock, P. C. 
Williams. W. H. 
Wilson, Wm. M. 
Higgins, Robt. O. 
Marsh, Geo. A., Jr. 
Pharr, Neal Y. 
Hammerly, J. McC. 
Pruett, Shaw McD. 

Cherryville — 

Dellinger, D. P. 
Stroup, M. A. 

Clayton — 
Thurston, D. J. 
Williams, J. R. 
McCullers, E. W. 

Clinton — 

Butler, G. E. 
Herring, R. L. 
Crumpler, P. G. 
Faircloth, C. M. 
Fisher, W. H. 
Harrison. W. 
Faison, H. E. 
Fowler, J. E. 
Crumpler, B. H. 
Grady, Henry Alexander. 
Graham, A. McL. 
Kerr, J. D. 
Herring, Paul S. 
Whitfield. Fitzhugh. 
Turlington, Samuel O. 

Columbia — 

Majette, M. 
Whitley, W. L. 
Swain. II. L. 
Woodley. T. H. 
Combs, A. H. 

Columbus — 

Arledge, Roone. 
Claud. E. B. 
Spears. Mack P. 
Burgess, John R. 

Comfort — 

Warren, Julien K. 

Concord — 

Caldwell, M. II. 
Crowell, J. L. 
Furr, D. M. 
Hartsell, L. T. 
Maness, T. D. 
Armfield, Frank. 
Palmer, A. B. 
Puryear, H. S. 
Sherrin. M. B. 
Williams. H. S. 
Blackwelder, P.. W. 
Crowell. J. L.. Jr. 
Oglesby, J. M. 

Cardenas — 

Parker, C. C. 
Cana — 

Booe, W. B. 
Currie — 

Bordeaux, Wm. B. 

Con over- 
Jordan, S. H. 



Creedmoor — 

McDuffy, F. .1. 
Danbury — 

Humphreys, J. D. 

Hall, John W. 
Petree, N. O. 
Davidson — 
Currie, A. 
Justice, Z. K. 

Dillsboro — 
Hooker, Joseph J. 
Pangle, Thomas O. 

Dobson — 

Copeland, Jesse T. 

Folger, A. D. 

Freeman, R. A. 

Freeman, R. C. 

Jackson, W. M. 

Llewellyn, C. M. 

Reece, W. L. 

Wolfe, A. H. 
Dunn — 

Bell, W. C. 

Best, L. J. 

Clifford, J. C. 

Townsend. N. A. 

Godwin, H. L. 

Godwin. R. L. 

Guy. C. L 

Smith, Clarence. 

West, E. C. 

Wilson, J. F. 

Wilson, J. W. 

West. J. O. 
Durham — 

Barhee, J. W. 

Bramham. William G. 

Brawley, S. C. 

Gant. R. M. 

Bryant, Victor S., Jr. 

Brogden, W. J. 

Cannady, E. W. 

Chambers. Sidney C. 

Everett. R. O. 

Foushee, Wm. L. 

Fuller, J. 

Reade, R. P. 

Fuller, F. L., Jr. 

Graham, J. W. 

Graham, P. C. 

Guthrie. W. B. 

Hill, E. J. 

Hobgood, A. S. 

Lee, J. G. 

Harriss, E. C. 

Lockhart, W. S. 

McLendon, L. P. 

Hedrick, H. G. 

Mordecai, S._ F. 

Morehead. J. Lar.throp. 

Patterson, J. S. 

Pegram, J. Edw. 

Scarlett, Chas. 

Scarlett, Hugh. 

Sorrell, Delos W. 

Strayhorn, Isaac R. 

Sykes, Robert H. 

Tilley, L. L. 

Tomlinson, L. A. 

Watkins, B. M. 

Cheek. E. C. 

Purcell. W. C. 

McAndrews, Robert. 
Edenton — 

Bond, W. M. 

Leary, H. R. 

Privott, W. S. 

Van, C. S. 

Holland, R. C. 

McMullan, J. H., Jr. 



PRACTICING ATTORNEYS 



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Wright, M. L. 

Griffin, Lloyd E. 
Elizabeth City — 

Aydlett, E. F. 

Simpson, M. B. 

Brooks, James C. 

Brown, C. W. 

Cohoon, W. L. 

Ehringhaus, J. C. B, 

Small, W. L. 

Leigh, J. B. 

Markham, Thos. J. 

Meekins, Ike. 

MeMullan, P. W. 

Outlaw, A. B. 

Pugh, C. R. 

Sawyer, E. I* 

Sawyer, P. G. 

Spence, Geo. J. 

Tillett, D. H. 

Turner, Roseoe W. 

Ward, G. W. 

Tliompson, C. E. 

Wilson, J. K. 

Worth, W. A. 

Hall, John H., Jr. 

Jones, B. B. 
Elizabethtown — 

Bizzell, W. D. 

Clark, J. B. 

Lyon, C. C. 

Lyon, Homer. 

Lyon, J. A. 

Sinclair, N. A. 

McCulloeh, E. F., Jr. 

White, R. S. 

Elkin— 

Barker, Harry. 
Ilendren. J. F. 
James. E. C. 

Elk Park- 
Bowers, Valentine B. 

Enfield— 

Andleton, A. W. 
Dunn, R. C. 
Dickens, W. H. 
Johnson, D. ** 

Fairmont — 
Taylor, V. H. 

Farmville — 
Horton, J. Loyd. 
Martin, R. T. 
Sheppard. W. G. 

Fayetteville — 

Averitt, H. S. 
Breece, A. B. 
Broadfoot, C. W., Jr. 
Brothers. 11. L. 
Bullard, V. C. 
Stringfleld, D. M. 
Cook, H. L 
Coo"R, W. W. 
Cook, John H. 
Currie, E. McA. 
Davis, E. G. 
Downing, W. 'C. 
Howard, C. C. 
Jackson, J. T. 
Kirkpatrick, H. S. 
MacKeman, E. R. 
McNeill, Robt. S. 
McPhail, s. C. 
McRae, J. C. . Jr. 
Moore, A. M. 
Nimocks, Q. K. 
Nimocks, Q. K., Jr. 
Oates, J. A. 
Herring, B. W. 
Robinson, H. McD. 
Lyon, T. A. 
Rose, Geo. M. 



Rose, Chas. G. 
Shaw, John G. 
Sinclair, Nell A. 
Dye, Robt. 11. 
Tally. Oscar J. 
Williams, H. B. 

Forest City— 
Blanton. R. R. 

Four Oaks — 

Lee and Lee. 
Franklin — 

Johnston, T. J. 

Johnston, F. S. 

Horn, A. W. 

Jones, Gilmer A. 

Ray, J. F. ' 

Robertson, Henry G. 

Angel, Lewis B. 

Sisk, R. D. 

Fremont — 
Aycock, B. F. 

Fuquay Springs — 
Lewis, R. B. 
Shepherd, B. Ray. 

Gastonia — 

Bulwinkle, R. L. 

Cherry, R. G. 

Capps. Bismarck. 

Carpenter, John G. 

Carpenter, carl E. 

Bellinger. D. P. 

Denny, Emery. 

Gaston, B. D. 

Dolley, Stephen B. 

Garland, P. W. 

Holland. C. D. 

Hoyle, J. M. 

Jones, A. C. 

Mangum, A. G. 

Woltz, A. E. 

Mason, O. F. 

Lewis, R. H., Jr. 

Patrick, R. C. 

Sigmon, R. L. 

Sparrow, S. B. 

Timberlake, J. W. 

Wilson, u. W. 
Gatesville — 

Banks, B. L, Jr. 

Costen, T. W., Jr. 

Godwin, a. P. 
Gates — 

Pittman, Wm. G. 

Pittman, James C. 
Garners- 
Rand, Oliver G. 
Goldsboro — 

Allen. W. R., Jr. 

Barham, J. L. 

Bland. D. H. 

Cohen, Fred. 

Daniels, F. A. 

Davis. A. C. 

Dickinson. M. T. 

Edmundson. P. B. 

Hood, Geo. E. 

Hood. J. R. 

Humphrey. D. C. 

Humphrey, Earle. 

Johnson. Cyrus M. 

Land, Edward M. 

Langston, John D. 

Allen. M. H. 

Taylor, W. F. 

Ray. R. L. 

Lovelace, O. N. 

Parker. H. B.. Jr. 

Robinson. W. S. O'B. 

Royal. Kenneth C. 

Simpkins. E. O. 



Teague, S. !•'. 
Dees, W. A. 
Thompson. J. F. 
Yelvorton, \\\ B, 
Graham — 
Cook, J. s. 
Cooper, Thos. D. 
Bender on, .1. j. 
Hughes, II. 
Kernodle, J. D. 
Long. Jacob A. 
Long, J. Elmer. 
Long, J. D. 
Parker, E. S., Jr 
Ward, Win. J. 

Greensboro — 

Adams, J. A. 

Alderman, Sydney. 

Barrtnger, John A. 

Boyd, .1. i: 

i:rooks, A. L. 

Hines, C. A. 

Kelly, K. c. 

Broun. S. G 

<'"l'l'. 'I. W j r 

Cook, A. \v 

Smith. J. o. 

Cox, O. C. 

Douglas, R. D. 

Douglas, M. F. 

Duncan. J. S 

Eure, N. L. 

Fentress, 1;. I,. 

Jerome, Edward C. 

Ferguson, u. s. 

Grimsley, H. B. 

Harrison, R. w. 

Herben, L. 

Hoyle, Thos. C. 

Jerome, T. 

Scales, J. I. 

Broadhurst. B. D 

King, R. R. 

Sapp. 0. L. 

King, R. R., j r . 

Kuykendall, E. D. 

Mitchell, George. (Colored I 

Morehead. J. T., Jr. 

Murphy, T. J. 

Patton, Geo. M. 

Scales. A. M. 

Shaw, T. J. 

Shuping, C. L. 

Hobbs. R. J. M. 

I 'avis, A. C. 

Staples, J. N. 

Stedman, C. M 

Stern, S. J 

Swift, W li 

Strudwlck, It. C 

Wall. Thos. R. 

Wharton. C. R. 

Wilson, J. N. 

Frazier. Clifford. 

Wright, c Q. 

Wyllie, A. S. 
Greenville — 

Blount, Marvin K. 

Brown, Julius. 

Clark, D. M. 

Cooper, Lewis O. 

I 'nun. Albion. 

Evans, J. L. 
Flannagaii, R. C. 
Everett, s. J. 
Gaylord, L. W. 
Harding, P, C. 
Hines, P. U. 
James, P. G. 
James, J, B 

Lanier. J c' 

Outlaw, \. w. 

Par. I< in, W. A. 



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Tiorce, C. C. 
Simmons, J. L. 
skinner, H. S. 
Whedbee, H. W. 
Tyson, B. F. 
Wooten, F. M. 

Griffon— 
Causey, R. C. 

Halifax— 

Norman, S. S. 
Travis, E. L. 
Travis, E. L., Jr. 

Hamilton: 

Waldo, J. T. 

Hamlet — 

Gibbons, L. II. 
Han-ell, E. A. 
Kelley, W. M. 
Mitchell. John. 
Nash, M. W. 
Cratch. S. C. 
Sanders, W. H. 

Hayesville — 

Anderson. O. L. 
Butler, L. McD. 
Gray, J. B. 

Henderson — 

Bridgers, J. H. 

Bunn, A. A. 
Harris, A. .1. 
Hicks, Edison T. 
Hicks. T. T. 
Hicks, J. B. 
Kittrell. J. C. 
Kittrell. R. G. 
Perry, B. H. 
Pearce. J. M. 
McCoin. R S. 
Perry, H. L. 
Pittman, T. M. 
Zollicoffer. A. C. 
Zollicoffer, J. P. 

Hendersonville — 

Anderson. H. S. 
Blythe. O. V. F. 
Ewbank, E. W. 
Justice, J. F. 
Oates, W. H. 
Ray, McD. 
Schencs. Michael. 
Smith, W. A. 
Shipman, J. E. 
Arledge, A. Y. 
Stanton, R. H. 
Rector, W. C. 
Twyford. Henry. 
Whitmire, R. L. 
Valentine, G. H. 

Hertford— 

McXider. J. S. 

Wiiedbee, Chas. 

Winslow, H. G. 
Hickory- 
Aiken. John W. 

Blackwelder, B. B. 

Cline, E. B. 

Councill, W. B. 

Murphy, ,T. a., jr. 

Pruitt. T. P. 

Russell. D. L. 

Self. W. A. 

Bagby, C. W. 

Shuford, R. H. 

Whisnant. .t. W. 

Whitener, a. A. 



Whitener. C. L. 
Yount. M. H. 
Hiddenite — 
Beckham, V. G. 
Bogle, VV. S. 

Highlands — 
Stewart, Henry. 

High Point— 

Albertson, T. W. 

Austin, J. A. 

Barnhart, C. C. 

DeShazo, Chas. B. 

Wilson, E. E. 

Gold. T. J. 

Hammer, D. E. 

Hedgecock, J. W. 

Haworth, H. S. 

Maxwell, R. C. 

Parsons, D. H, 

Peacock, Dred. 

Roberson. Wescott. 

Dalton. Carter. 

Royal, W. S. 

Steele, fi. D. 

Williams, L. B. 

York, C. A. 

Yorx. O. R. 

Teague, L. E. 
Hillsboro— 

Gattis, S. M!. 

Gattis, S. M., Jr. 

Giles, J. A. 

Graham, J. W. 

Graham, A. H. 

Nash. Frank. 

Ray, J. C. 

Turner, e. D. 
Hobgood — 

Leggett, L. W. 

Hoffman— 
Scarborougn, D. E. 

Holly Springs — 

Carter. R. R. 

Norris. J. E. 
Hot Springs — 

Rector, J. E. 

Jackson- 
Gay. A. C. 
Harris, F. R. 
Midyette, G. E. 

Jefferson— 
Ballou, R. Jj. 
Bauguess. W. C. 
Bow?e, Thos. C. 
Austin, W. B. 
Council. J. B. 
Park, G. L. 
Spicer, Chas. B. 

Kenansville — 
Beasley, L. A. 
Farrior, K. M. 
Gavin, J. A. 
Jolley, D. M. 
Williams, H. D. 

Kenly— 
Hooks, W. 3. 
Grady, Paul D. 
Grady. Chas. H. 

Kernersville — 
Porter, William. 

Kings Mountain — 
Campbell. E. L. 
Davies, J. R. 

Kinston — 
Allen. O. H. 
Cowper. G. V. 
Whitaker, R. A. 
Allen. R. T. 



Dawson, .Josepn. 
Green, Geo. B. 
I >awson, J. G. 
Manning, J. H. 
Wallace, F. E. 
Hamme, j. ij. 
Hammond, a. H. 
Li les, J. F. 
Mitchell. W. A. 
Moore, G. G. 
Croom, P. D. 
Ormond, Y. T. 
Powers, J. A. 
Elliott. Guy. 
Rouse, N. J. 
Shaw. li. E. ( 
Jones, J. A. 
Denton, J. R. 
Sutton, F. I. 
Wooten, T. C. 

LaGrang — 
Kornegay, A. H. 

McCullen. S. D. 

Laurinburg — 
Cox, W. H 
Dunn, T. J. 
Goodwin, G. 
John, M. L. 
Neal, W. H. 
Russell, G. H. 
Weatherspoon, W. ] 
Gibson, E. H. 

Leaksville — 

Dunn, A. W. 

Ivie, A. D. 
Lenoir — 

Caviness, H. C. 

Newland, W. C. 

Pritchett. J. P. 

School, Wm. F. 

Squires. Mark. 

Wakefield, Lawrence. 

Williams, B. F. 

Lewiston— 
Harrington, H. G. 

Lexington — 

Burgin, W. O. 

Critcner, p. V. 

Daniel, J. M., Jr. 

Delap, S. A. 

McCrary, J. R. 

McCrary, Thos. E. 

Martin. L. A. 

Olive. H. E. 

Phillips, W. H. 

Bower, j. C. 

Raper, R. R. 

Robbins. F. C. 

Sink, H. H. 

Spruill, J. F. 

Walser, Z. V. 

Walser, Z. J. 

Williams, S. E. 
Lillington — 

Baggett. H. B. 

Baggett, J. R. 

Brown, C. H. 

Byrd. W. C. 

Godwin, R. L. 

McLean, A. M. 

McLeod. J. A. 

Ross, Charles. 

Spears, Marshall. 

Young, E. F. 

McDonald. A. A. 
Lincolnton — 

Child?. C. E. 

Childs. W. H. 

Costner, R. E. 

Jonas. C. A. 

Jonas, H. A. 







PBACTICING ATI t'KNEYS 


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J. L. 0' 


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JINN & CC 


\ *0 yv*t 






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orists — 


^^m^r 




Largest 


Growers of 


tyjfijk 




Cut 


Flowers in State 


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RALEIGH, N. C. 






Mauser, B. J. 




Chambers, W. B. 


Starr, A. L. 


Nixon, K. B. 




Hudgins. D. E. 


Turlington, Z. V. 


Quick el, A. L. 




Lunsford, B. L. 


Morehead City— 


Littleton- 
Daniel, S. G. 
Furgerson, McM. 
Picot, John. 
Pippen, Jos. P. 




McCall, B. S. 
Lisenbee, C. C. 
Morgan, W. T. 
Morris, James. 
Morris, J. P. 
Pless, J. W. 


Gorham, E. H. 
Hamilton, Luther, 
Morganton — 
Avery, I. L. 
Erwin, W. C. 


Louishurg— 




Winborne, J. W. 


Avery, A. C. 


Beam, G. M. 




Fless, J. W., Jr. 


Han-field, E. M 


Hedgepeth. N. B. 




Washburn, G. F. 


Erwin, S. J. 


Holden, B. T. 




Marshall — 
Hendricks, J. A. 


Huffman, B. L. 


Perry, Hugh. 




McDowell, Frank. 


Person, W. M. 




Patton, N. M. 


Buffin. W. H. 




McElory, P. A. 


Spainhour, J. P. 


Buffln, T. W. 
White, B. B. 
Malone, E. H. 
Tarborough, W. H., 

Lucama— 


Jr. 


Washburn. C. B. 
Bamsey, J. C. 
Boberts, G. V. 

Marshville — 
Ashcraft, F. W. 


Mull. J. M. 
Mount Airy — 
Bivens, E. C. 
Carter, P. E. 
Carter. W. F. 


Boss, N. B. 




Mars Hill- 


Folger. J. H. 


Barnes, T. T. 




Edwards, J. E. 


Folger, A. D. 


Lumberton— • 




Maurey — 


Felts, W. B. 


Blackwell, H. C. 
Britt, E. M. 
Britt, W. S. 
Britt, E. J. 
Britt, L. J. 
Carlvle, F. E. 




Spivey, E. M. 
Maxton— 

Carpenter, J. E. 


Brim, K. M. 
Graves, S. P. 
Groves. William. 
Haymore, B. L 




McKinnon, H. A. 


Linville, E. M 




McLean, S. B. 
Patterson, G. B. 


Tilley, A. E. 


Fuller, D. H. 




Wiggins, J. P. 


Mount Olive — 


Goodwin, J. J. 






Barham, J. L. 


Hackett, F. D., Jr. 




Maysville — 


Best. C. G. 


Ivey, W. B. 




Warren, J. K. 


Goodson, W. C. 


Johnson, T. L. 




Mebane— 


Grady, A. S. 


Johnson, E. M. 




Carter, T. C. 


Watson, E. T. 


Kinlaw, W. H. 
Lee, B. E. 
Lennon, Woodbcrry. 




Mesic — 
Morris, S. J. 


Mount Gilead — 
Lisk. M. C. 


Mclntyre. Stephen. 




Mocksville — 


Murfreesboro — 


Lawrence. B. C. 




Chaffin, T. N. 


Barnes, D. C. 


Proctor, J. D. 




Oaither, E. L. 


Lawrence, L. J. 


McLean, A. W. 




Grant, A. T. 


Winborne, Stanley. 


Varser, L. B. 




Foster. J. W. 


Murphy- 


McLean, J. D. 




Morris. E. If 


Ax ley. \V. M 

Hell. M. W. 


Stacey, H. E. 




Stewart, Jacob. 


McNeil, T. A. 
Mi-Neil, F. A, Jr. 
Hackett, F. I)., Jr. 
Proctor, E. K. 
Proctor, J. E. 
Skipper, C. B. 
Wishart, Wade. 




Monroe — 
Brooks, J. C. 
Houston, D. A. 
Hawfleld, B. R. 
Lemmond, B. \V. 
Limerick, T. V. 
Love, W. B. 


Christopher l'. O. 

Dillard. J. It. 
Mill. -IV .f. 

McCall. J. H. 
Mallonee, .1 D. 
Moodv. J. N. 
Norvell, E B 


Madison— 




Redwine, it B 


Wltherspoon, 1. 1 


Brown, J. C. 




Sikes, J. C. 


Witherspoon, 1 tonald, 


Boherts, J. L. 




Stack, A. M. 


Nashville — 


Manteo— 




Parker, J. J. 


a. £ 1 


Crisp, B. G. 




Craig, G. 


1 > a \ ■ - i] ' . 1 1. 


Maiden- 




Stevens, R L 


Cooley, 11 i' 


Klutz, G. \V 




Vann. J. C. M. 


Finch, W v 


Marion — 




Mooresvillo — 


Gordon, M. L 


Bird, J. L. C. 




Morrow, '■■ A. 


Vaughn, 1- t 





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PRACTICING ATTORNEYS 



New Bern — 
Alternethy, C. L. 
Willis. G. T. 
Brlnson, S. M. 
Davis, Jesse. 
Green, E. M. 
Guion, O. H. 
Guion, J. A. 
Guion, W. B. R. 
Lee, W. H. 
Mclver, W D. 
Moore, Larry I. 
Dunn. William, Jr. 
Nunn, R. A. 
O'Hara. R. 
Pearsall, P. M. 
Prunier. E. E. 
Rouse, W. B. 
Rhodes, H. J. 
Simmons, P. M. 
Thomas, C. R. 
Tolson, H. A. 
Ward. D. L. 
Ward, A. D. 
Ward, W. F. 
Warren, T. D. 
Whitehurst, II. P. 
Whitehurst, R. E. 
Williamson. R. W. 
Wilson, H. W. 

Newland — 
Baird. Harrison. 
Benbow, L. S. 
Hughes, Charles. 
Ragland. J. W. 
Wall, R. W. 

New London — 

Austin, H. V. 

Newton — 
Feimster, W. C. 
Gaither, W. B. 
Hollingsworth, J. W. 
Klutz, L. F. 
McCorkle. C. M. 
Moose, R. R 
Mfliane, C. H. 
Shipp. R. J. 
Sigmon, J. C. 
Warlick, Wilson. 

North Wilkesboro— 
Haekett. Frank D. 
1 1 ayes, J. J. 
Jones, J. R. 
Previtte, J. M. 
Rousseau. J. A. 
Trivette, E. 
Willis. E. C. 

Norwood — 

Norwood, J. H. 
Campbell, W. L. 

Oxford— 

Brummitt. D. G. 
Devin. W. A. 
Graham, A. W. 
Hester, W. A. 
Hicks, A. A. 
Stem. T. G. 
Lanier. T. 
Lassiter, B. K. 
Parham, B. W. 
Royster, B. S. 
Stradley. W. P. 

Pilot Mountain — 
Badgett, XV. R. 
Bernard, C. M. 
Snow, O. E. 

Pineola — 

Cline, T. E. 
Love. T. A. 



Love, T. L. 
Lowe, L. D. 

Pinetops — 
Bourne, H. C. 
llridgers, J. L. 

Pink Hill- 
Holder, B. B. 

Pittsboro — 
Barber, Wade. 
Horton, W. P. 
Ihrie, Harry. 
Johnson. Y. R. 
Long, J. E. 
Bell, Daniel. 
Ray, A. C. 
Siler, W. D. 

Polkton— 

Edwards, E. T. 
Plymouth — 
Martin. V. B. 
Norman, Z. V. 
Whitley, W. L. 

Pollockswille — 
Bender, R. P. 
(Col.) Warren. J. K. 

White, A. H. 

Raeford— 
Currie, J. W. 
Leach, Oscar. 
Gore, A. D. 
Rowland, G. B. 
Smith, E. S. 
McQueen, W. B. 
Whitfey, H. W. B. 
Wilkins. J. A. 

Raleigh — 

Allen, Murray. 
Allen, T. W. 
Andrews, A. B. 
Aronson, A. A. 
Bailey, J. W. 
Barwick, A. J. 
Baucom. G. U. , Jr. 
Brassfield, L. S. 
Beckwith, B. C. 
Biggs, J. C. 
Bonner, A. M. 
Briggs, W. G. 
Broughton, J. M. 
Bunn, J. W. 
Burgess, C. K. 
Joyner. W. T. 
Busbee, Perrin. 
Boushall, J. H. 
Busbee, P. H. 
Cheshire. J. B., Jr. 
Cox, Albert L. 
Denson, C. B. 
Douglass. W. C. 
Douglass, Clyde. 
Duffer. Ralph. 
Duncan, W. B. 
Emanuel, J. L. 
Evans, W. F. 
Eason, S. W. 
Eastman. Richard H. 
Finlator, J. H. 
Fletcher, A. J. 
Fountain, J. L., Jr. 
Gatling, B. M. 
Gosney, C. A. 
Green, R. B. 
Griffin, James S. 
Harris, C. U. 
Harris. W. C. 
Haywood, Ernest. 
Hinsdale, John W., Jr. 
Jackson, Donald R. 
Johnson, Oscar F. 



Jones, Armistead. 
Jones, W. N. 
Jones, W. B. 
Jones, William Bailey. 
Ke ble, C. G. 
Lambert. M. A. 
Little, J. C. 
London, H. M. 
Barnes, W. G. 
McMillan, R. L. 
Manning, J. S. 
Mebane, B. H. 
Mayuard, E. P. 
Mills, Eugene. 
Montague. B. F. 
Norris, H. E. 
Pell. G. P. 
Phillips, Robert F. 
Pou, J. H. 
Pou, J. H., Jr. 
Sawyer. W. H. 
Shaw, A. T. 
Shepherd. S. B. 
Simms, R. N. 
Smith, E. C. 
Smith, Paul F. 
Smith, Willis. 
Snow, W. B. 
Strong, R. C. 
Templeton, Alfred. 
Templeton, J. M., Jr. 
Watson, W. L. 
Watkins. R. C. 
Williams, T. Lacy. 
Winston, R. W. 
Winston, R. W., Jr. 
Womble, Brantley. 

Red Springs- 
Spell, A. P. 
Reidsville — 

Burton, A. J. 
Dalton, W. R. 
Glidewell, P. W. 
Gwyn, A. H. 
Humphreys, I. R. 
Ivie, A. D. 
Trotter. B. C. 
Johnston, Julius. 
Joyce, J. R. 
McCargo. W. R. 
Mayberry, D. F. 
Reid, T. S. 
Scott. H. R. 
Sharp, J. M.. Jr. 
Smith, M. T. 
Stiers, P. T. 
Ware, E. B. 
Wrenn, Edward. 

Roanoke Rapids- 
Clark, E. T. 
Clark, A. L. 
Long. W. L. 
Mathews. E. A. 

Robbinsville — 

Morphew. T. A. 
Phillips, R. L. 

Robersonville — 

Smith. J. C. 
Rockford— 

Dobson, J. H. 
Rockingham- 
Bennett, .1. T. 

Ft l. ton, M. E. 

Bynum. F. W. 

Cashwell. D. J. 

Henry, O. L. 

Jones. W. R. 

Limdermilk, W. S. 



PRACTICING ATTORNEYS 



71 



McLendon, J. R. 
Thomas, W. S. 
Phillips, F. D. 
Mcl'hail. A R. 
Boggan, H. S. 
Sedberry, Chesley. 

Rocky Mount — 
Avera, T. A. 
Barnhill. M. V. 
Bassett, L. V. 
Battle, K. D. 
Winslow, F. E. 
Bennett, F T. 
Bone, VV. J. 
Bunn, J. P. 
Spruill, F. S. 
Daughtridge, .T. C. 
Edgerton, J. A. 
Fountain, G. M. T. 
Fountain, R. T. 
Grant, H. S. 
Grantham. E. B. 
Gravely, L. L. 
Griffin, W. E. 
Keel, J. W. 
Lacy, T. H. 
Lewis, M. L. 
Odom, J. D. 
Ramsey, J. B. 
Ricks, C. F. 
Spivey, A. E. 
Stanton, C. L. 
Spruill. S. S. 
Thrope, W. L., Jr. 
Thorne, T. T. 
Thorne, S. T. 
Wilkinson, W. S., Jr. 
Wimherly, Geo. L. 

Roseboro — 
Barker, J. A. 
Rotiinson. E. C. 

Rose Hill- 
Turner, O. B. 

Rowland — 
Lynch. W. E. 
McKinnon, D. P. 

Roxboro— 
Brooks, T. C . 
Carlton, L. M. 
Carver, F. O. 

Lunsford, N.. Jr. 
Merritt. W. D. 
Winstead. S. G. 

Roxobel— 

Norfleet. Eric. 
Tyler, E. R. 

Rural Halt— 

Helsabeck. C. R. 

Rutherfordton — 

Eaves. R. S. 
Edwards. G. W. 
Edwards, M. L. 
Dunagon, S. P. 
Elliott. H. C. 
G allert. S. 
MrP.rayer, Matt. 
McBrayer, Fred. 
McRorie, W. C. 
Morrow, D. F. 
Carson, J. M. 
Quinn, J. H. 
Hamrick. F. D. 
Harris, N. C. 

St. Pauls- 
Butler, 3. S. 
Canady, J. D. 

Salisbury — 
Beam. E It. 
Busby, John. 
Carlton. P. S. 



Clement, L. H. 
Clement, Hayden. 
Coggins, CharTes. 
Coughenour, W. C, Jr. 
Craige, Burton. 
Craig, Kerr. 
Bunn, J. A. 
Hudson, T. F. 
Hudson, J. G. 
Hennessee, W'm. E. 
Linn. T. C. 
Linn, S. 

McCubbins, B. D. 
Miller, B. B. 
Murphy, Walter. 
Overman, L. S. 
Gregory, E. C. 
Price, A. H. 
Bendleman, J. L. 
Rendleman, D. A. 
Swicegood, L. A. 
Waggoner, .7. M. 
Webster. J. E. 
Woodson, W. H. 
Wright, R. L. 

Sanford— 
Gavin, E. L. 
Hoyle, K. R. 
Hoyle, S. R. 
King, D. B. 
Mclver. D. E. 
McNeill, A. L. 
Quick. W. H. 
Seawell, A. A. F. 
Milliken, J. F. 
Teague, D. B. 
Teague. C. E. 
Williams, C. L. 
Williams, W. B. 
Harris, W. D. 

Scotland Neck — 
Dunn, A. W. 
Dunn, Sam. 
Kitchin. A. P. 
Kitchin. C. 
Kitchin, W. W. 
Smith, S. H. 

Selma— 
Ray, R. L. 
Ray. Frank O. 

Seven Springs — 
Jarmon, L. W. 

Sea Level — 
Willis. D. H. 

Shelby- 
Anthony, J. A. 
Falls, B. T. 
Gardner. O. Max. 
McBrayer, C. B. 
McSwain. Peyton. 
Mull, John. 
Mull, O. M. 
Newton, D. Z. 
Ryburn, R. L. 
Hoey, C. R. 
Webb, J. L. 
Webb, E. Y. 

Siler City— 

Dixon. Robert It. 

Dixon, L. P. 

Paschal, R. F. 
Smithfield— 

Abel. E. S. 

Ward. E. F. 

Brooks, F. D. 

Cole. W. W. 
Holt. S. S. 

Honeycutt, S. T. 
Martin, Q A. 
Parker. Ezra 
Parker, J. D. 



Pou. E. W. 

Pou. M. C. 

Pou, G. R 

Stevens. I. Q. 

Johnson, H. P. 

Wellons, J. A. 

Wellons, R- a 
Wellons, E J. 

Narron, J. A. 

Snow Hill— 
Albritton, A. 
Anderson, J. G. 
Frizzellc, J. P. 
Gaylord. Avery, 
Lindsay, G. M. 
Morrill, L. V. 

Southern Pines — 

Peltcm, P. P. 
South Mills— 

Bolstead, w. I. 

Spencer, C. IT. 

South port — 

Cranmer, E. II 
Davis, R. W. 
Mecflin, Lorenzo. 
Ruark, J. W. 
Taylor, C. E. 
Smith, E. H. 

Sparta- 
Cheek. George. 
Doughton, R. A. 
11 logins, C. W. 

Spray — 
Dunn, A. W. 

Haizlip. P. T. 
Ivie, A. D. 
Trotter, B. C. 
Land, C. M. 
Land, J. N. 

Spencer — 

Quillin. Geo. S. 

Spring Hope — 
Brantley. Hobart. 
Prantiey, Dwight. 
Moses, T. O. 
Moss. O. B. 
Valentine, I. T. 

Spruco Pine — 
Peterson, J. M. 

Stanley- 
Carpenter, C. E. 
Statesville — 

A Jams, C. M. 

Bristol, W. A. 

Caldwell, L. C. 

Grier, Harry P. 

Lewis, H. E. 

Lewis, J. G. 

Long, B. L. 

Long, Z V. 

Jurney, Van B. 

McLaughlin, R. B. 

Raymer, D. L. 

Scott, .T. A . Jr. 

Thompson, Dorman 

Turner, W. D. 

Weatherman, B. T. 
Stedman — 

Avcrilt. I-. M- 
Stoneville— 

Stanford. I'. L. 
Swan Quarter — 

l«.i U '. T. S 

Maim. S. S. 

Spencer, C iv 
Spencer, W. L. 
Sylva— 

Bui hahan, C. C. 
Hooker, J. J. 



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PRACTICING ATTORNEYS 



Moore, W. E. 

Parker, D. 

Sherrell, W. R. 

Harwood, H. 

Sutton, G. W. 

Stillwell, E. P. 
Tarboro— 

Allsbrook, R. G. 

Phillips, H. H. 

Bourne, H. C. 

Bridgers, J. L. 

Bridgers, J. L., Jr. 

Fountain, G. M. T. 

Fountain, G. M. 

Gilliam, Donnell. 

Hood, G. P. 

Howard. W. O. 

Howard. W. S. 

llardison, H. D. 

Johnson, Henry. 

MacNalr, A. W. 

Pender, James. 

Staton, H. L. 

White, W. P., Jr. 

Watson, H. M. 

Ingram, O. D. \V 
Taylorsville — 

Alexander, J. J. 

Burke, J. H. 

Gwaltney, J. L. 

Payne. A. C. 

Teachy— 

Carr, Leo. 
Thomasville — 

Riser, H. R. 

McRae. D. C. 

Martin, L. A. 

Vinson, B. B. 

Trenton- 
Barker. J. R. 
Warren, J. K. 

Trinity — 

Craven. Bruce. 
Troy — 

Armstrong. C. A. 

Cochran. W. A. 

Broughton, C. C. 

Dockery, C. 

Wildes. C. D. 

Howell. R. V. 

Hurley, B. S. 

Poole, P. T. 

Sanders, Z. V. 

Tryon — 

Jones, Walter. 
Wadesboro— 

Brock, W. E. 

Henry, V. B. 

Coxe. F. J. 

Dunlap, F. L. 

Dunlap, F. \V. 

Little, R. E. 

Little, R. E., Jr. 

Lockhart, J. A. 

McLendon, II. H. 

Covington, B. M. 

Robinson. L. D. 

Caudle. T. L. 

Pruette, R. S. 

Tarlton, A. A. 

Taylor. H. P. 

Thomas. F. E. 

Wake Forest — 
Carsville. G. T. 
Gulley, N. Y. 
Mills. J. G. 
Timberlake, E. W. 
Timberlake. E. \\\. 
White. R. B. 



Jr. 



Wallace— 

Blanton, A. J. 
Boney, N. B. 
Ward, Geo. R. 

Walnut Cove — 

Jarvis, G. L. 
Warrenton— 

Boyd, H. A. 

Gibbs, Frank IF. 

Kerr, J. H. 

Polk, T. 

Polk, W. T. 

Miles, F. G. 

Rodwell, T. O. 

Williams. B. B. 

Warsaw— 

Carlton, De Leon. 
Hill, W. L. 
Johnson, R. D. 
Mixon, M. A. 
Stevens, H. L. 
Stevens, H. L. , Jr. 

Washington— 

Baiky, A. W. 
Bonner, J. H. 
Brown, Geo. H. 
Daniel. E. A., Jr. 
Carter, H. C. 
McMullen, Harry. 
Paul. J. D. 
Rodman, W. C. 
Simmons, E. S. 
Simmons, N. L. 
Small, J. H. 
MacLean. A. D. 
Bragaw, S. C. 
Rodman, W. B., Jr. 
Stewart. Edward L. 
Bryan. F. H. 
Vaughn. Wm. L. 
Ward, H. S. 
Grimes, J. D. 
Warren. L. C. 

Waynesville — 

Alley. F. E. 
Bohannan, J. S. 
Davis, G. C. 
Ferguson, G. S 
Ferguson. J. W. 
Gilmer, R. D. 
Gilmer, B. 
Green. T. L. 
Hannah, W. J. 
Howell, J. H. 
Morgan. .J. R. 
Ward. G. H 
Queen, J. M. 
Silver, M. 

Weaverville— i 

Blackstock. C. E 
Weaver. W. E 

Weldon— 

Clark, E. B. 

Clark. E. T 

Clark, A. L. 

Daniel, W. E. 

Green. G. C. 

Harrell, H. B.. Jr. 

Knight, W. L. 

Stainback. A B. 

Sledge, W. W. 
Wendell- 
Hester, E. E 

McLean, C. E 

Rhodes, W. H. 
West Jerrerson — 

Bowie, Thomas ( ' 

Whitakers — 
Taylor, G. W. 



Whiteville— 
Grady, L. V. 
Greer, Jackson. 
Lewis, D. J. 
Powell, Walter. 
McRacken, Donald. 
Powell, Walter. 
Schulken. M. H. 
Schulken, J. B. 
Toon, E. M. 
Tucker, I. B. 

Wilkesboro— 
Cranor, H. A. 
Finley, T. B. 
Gilbreath, C. G. 
Hackett, R. N. 
Hendren, F. B. 
Hayes, Johnson J. 
Previtte, Jos. M. 
Previtte, John. 
Reynolds, Henry. 

Wiliiamston — 

Critcher, B. D. 

Critcher, B. D., Jr. 

Dunning. A. R. 

Moore, Clayton. 

Everett, S. J. 

Martin. Wheeler, Jr 

Pell, E. S. 

Stubbs, H. W. 

Stubbs. H. M. 
Wilmington — 

Bellamy, C. C. 

Bellamy, J. D., Jr. 

Bellamy, M. B. 

Bellamy, J. D. 

Bellamy. Wm. M. 

Bellamy, Emmett. 

Bridges, B. H. 

Bryan, E. K. 

Burton, E. T. 

Campbell, W. B. 

Dickson. R. D. 

Cole, Nathan. 

Cox. E. B. 

Davis, C. H. 

Davis, Thos. W. 

Empie, S. M. 

Eure, S. E. 

Gafford. J. W. 

Goodman, Louis. 

Grady, R. G. 

Grant. L. C. 

Hatchell, J. B. 

Head, J. F. 

Heyer, Henry. 

Hogue, C. D. 

Howell, G. H. 

Hummell, L. R. 

Johnston, J. T. 

Jones, W. F. 

Kellum, Woodus. 

King, J. C. 

Little, Joseph. 

Loftin, S. E. 

McClammy, Herbert. 

Burgin, K. O. 

McKay. W. B 

MrXorton. John. A. 

Cashwell. C. C. 

Mears. Iredell. 

Newcomb, Harris. 

Peschau, Geo. L. 

Ricaud. A. G 

Rodgers, H. E. 

Rodgers, Lilian M. 

Ronntree, George. 

Carr. J. O. 

Poisson, L J. 

Ruark. Robert. 

Scull, J. H. 

Shepard. A. H. 

Smith. W. L. 



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Turner, W. P. M. 
Weeks, C. D. 
Williams, A. S. 
Wright, I. C. 
Stevens, J. A. 
Warren, S. B. 
Wilson— 

Barden, J. D. 
Barnes, E. J. 
Brinkley, R. L. 
Bruton, J. F. 
Connor, G. W. 
Connor, H. G. 
Connor, H. G., Jr. 
Deans, A. B. 
Dickinson, O. P. 
Finch, W. A. 
Maxell, F. S. 
Hill. D. M. 
Knott, L. D. 
Lucas, W. A. 
Mewborn, S. G. 
Strickland. M. S. 
Swindell, F. D. 
Tomlinson. Geo. W. 
Fzell. Thomas. 
Whitaker, W. P., Jr. 
Woodard, J. E. 
Isear, D. W. 

Windsor — 

Askew, E. S. 
Fanning, Craig. 
Gatling, J. M. 
Gillam, M. B. 
Davenport, J. W. 
Martin, J. B. 
Nowell, J. H. 
Winston, F. D. 
Mathews, J. H. 
Winston-Salem — 
Alexander, .1. E. 
Beckerdite. W. H. 
Benhow, J. T. 
Hall. S. E. 
Bolick. W P. 
Bennett, S. J. 
Blair, D. H. 



liraddy, G. W. 

Bridges. A. R. (Col.) 

Brock. P. C. 

Brown, E. G. 

Craige, Burton. 

Vogler, Chas. A. 

Craver, J. B. 

Draughan, Eugene. 

Edmundson, H. M. (Col.) 

Elledge, Archie. 

Eller, A. H. 

Ferguson, L. W. 

Fitts. J. S. 

Fulton. J. I. 

Gray, E. E. 

Oriffln, E. A. 

Hall, A. E. 

Hanes, P. F. 

Hart. Julian. 

Hartman, W. V. 

Hastings, G. II. 

Whicker, J. H. 

Holton, A. E. 

Holton, G. A. 

Jones, Ovid. 

Jones. E. B. 

Clement. J. H. 

Johnson, W. R. 

Hackler, J. F. 

Kallam. T. W. 

Kirhy, D. C. 

Lanier, .1. S. 

McMichael. C. O 

McMichael. 3. E. 

Manly, Clement. 

Hendrcn. W. M. 

Womble, B. S. 

Montague, H. 

Nance, D. A. 

Orr, G. W. 

Palmer, Jude. 

Parker. G. R. 

Parrish, F. M. 

Patterson. Lindsay. 

Poindexter. B. 

Ratcliff. H. M. 

Sams, A. F. 

Sapp, H. O. 



McKaughn, L. C. 

Shelton, H. If. 
Slawter, J. D. 
Stephenson, G. T. 
Stevens, C. \v. 
Stockton, R. G. 
Sivii.k. I, M. 
[Corner, .1 O., .Ir. 
Hutchins, Fred S 
Tavis, B. C. 
Wall, L. B. 
Wallace, J. C. 
Warlick, G. A. 
Watson, Thomas. 
Williams, s C. 
Wilson, W. T. 
rates, E. P. 

Winterville — 

Worthington, S. O. 
Winton— 

Bo me, W. D. 

Bridger, K. C. 

Daniel, w. L. 

Jones, C. W. 

Mitchell. A. S. 

Vann. J. E. 
Yadkinvillc — 

Benbow, J. T. 

1 lanes. F. W. 

Eaton, P. B. 
Puryear, B. C. 

Reeee. I I. \r 
Williams. S. C. 
Reavis, Wade. 
Yanceyvillc — 

Carlton and 1'pchurch. 
Ivie, A. D. 
Trotter, B. C. 
Johnston, Julius. 
Wilson. R. T. 

Zebulon — 
Souse, A. B. 
Whitley. J. B. 



Practicing Physicians in North Carolina 



ALAMANCE COUNTY. 

C. A. Anderson, Burlington. 

W. W. Barrett. Peachland. 

T. A. Bohanan, Burlington. 

J. IT. Brooks, Burlington. 

S. W. Caddell, Elon College. 

T. S. Faucette. Burlington. 

Lacy Foust, Snow Camp. 

Richard A. Freeman, Burling- 
ton. 

J. S. Frost. Burlington. 

W. R. Goley, Graham. 

W. L. Iselcy. Burlington, R. 
F. D. 

J. C. Joyner. Burlington. 

C. E. Kernodle. Elon College. 

I' W. McPherson, Burlington. 

Robt. G. McPherson. Saxa- 
pahaw. 

E. D. Mann, Saxapahaw. 

H. M. Montgomery, Burling- 
ton. 

H. R. Moore. Burlington. 

R. M. Morrow, Burlington. 

W. D. Moser. Burlington. 

J. W. Page. Burlington. 

J. R. Parker. Burlington. 

O. J. Parrish. Graham. 

John A. Pickett, Burlington, 
R. F. D. 

S. F. Scott. Union Ridge. 

C. E. Spoon. Kimesville. 



J. P. Spoon. Burlington. 
W. N. Tate. JIHmiuv 
T. N. Taylor. Graham. 
J. M. Thompson. Meba e. 
R. M. Troxler, Burlington. 
J. N. Tyler, Burlington. 

D. T. Tyson, Mcbane. 

Lee A. Walker. Burlington. 
Walter E. Walker. Burlington. 
C. M. Walters, Burlington. 
G. S. Watson. Elon Collei e 
J. B. Weatherly. Altamahaw. 
J. C. Wilkins, Haw River. 
N. 1) York, Mcbane. 

ALEXANDER COUNTY. 
Thos. M Crouch, stony Point. 
s. T Crow "ii. Taylorsville. 
A M Edward i. Ta! lorsvill 

E. S King. Hiddenil . 
1). IT. Leeper, Hiddenite 

B. E Braves. Laur 1 Springs. 
\ ;i Thurston, Taylorsville. 
w. ll. ci'm,. in.. Edmonds. 

ALLEGHANY COUNTY. 

B. (>. ('In. atr. Snarta. 
Lefi Choate, Sparta. 
w. ii. Cooms, Edmonds. 
I i, Doughton, Sparta. 
A. Osborn. Laurel Spi 
It I 
B C Waddrll. Grasss Creel 



ANSON COUNTY. 
C. I. Allen. Wadesboro. 
E. s Ashe, Wadesboro. 
B. T Atkins. Mon 

W. W. r.arr tt. Peachland. 

J. II. I'.- Mii.tr. Wadesboro. 

J. M. Boyce, Polkton. 

.1. II. Burnett, Wad 

J. M. Covington. Jr.. \\ 

.T. M. Dunlap, Ansonville. 

.1 i: nan, Wadesl 

B. .1. McCoogan, McFarlan. 

i i > Maynard w ade boro. 

H. B. Moore. Morven, 

R. D Boss. \\ 

E. L. Thomas. Wadesboro. 
i i. Wyatt, LllesvlUe. 
ASHE COUNTY. 
Blackburn. Todd 
w it Blackburn, B 
i !i 

Mai Bl w. .ii nv; 

T .1 Ci ii 
.i w Co vart, Jefferson. 
w. u Graham. Todd 
.i r. Heggerman, Todd 
\ i Jom ii 
T. -i Jone i, Lansing 
i Lester Joni I 

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"RACTICINU 1'IIYSICIANS 



s. K. Pennington, Sturgiiis. 
S. L. Perkins, Jefferson, 
C. R. Kay. Beaver Creek, 
Kverett Reams, \V. Jefferson. 
I?. E. Beeves, W. Jefferson. 
W. .1. Robinson, Creston. 
Leonidas C. Smith. Polkton. 
J. C. Testerman, Jefferson. 
B. W. Tugman. Warrensville. 
B. C. Waddle. Grassy Creek. 

AVERY COUNTY. 
W. B. Burleson, Plumtree. 
Leonard Coffey, Cragg. 
F. Green. Newlan I. 
J. M. Hodges. Cranherry. 
T. J. Profflt, Elk Park. 
K. C. Jacobs, Relhaven. 
E. R. Sloop. Crossnore. 
W. C. Tate. Banner Elk. 

BEAUFORT COUNTY. 
Tom Bebee, Washington. 
W. T. Bebee, Washington. 
J. R. Bonner, Aurora. 

E. M. Brown, Washington. 
Wm. J. Bullock. Belhaven. 
Henry W. Career, Washington. 
J. W. Cordice, Aurora. 

B. S. Credle, Pantego. 

R. T. Gallagher, Washington. 

C. C. Jackson, Pinetown. 
R. C. Jacobs, Belhaven. 
Oswold Kafer. Edward. 

D. Kluttz, Washington. 

J. M. Lloyd. Washington. 
N. B. Marriner, Belhaven. 
J. L. Nicholson, Washington. 
Jno. T. Nicholson. Bath. 
P. A. Nicholson. Washington. 
S. T. Nicholson, Washington. 
W. T. Potter, Aurora. 
Jno. C. Rodman, Washington. 
Louis Swindell, Washington. 
David T. Tayloe, Washington. 

D. T. Tayloe, Jr.. Washington. 
Joshua Tayloe. Washington. 

J. W. Williams. Washington. 
C. T. Windley, Belhaven. 

BERTIE COUNTY. 
R. F. Benthall. Aulander. 
A. Capehart. Roxobel. 
W. P. Carter. Windsor. 
L. B. Evans, Windsor. 

F. H. Garris, Lewiston. 
C. S. Hassell, Lewiston. 

E. H. Horton, Aulander. 
P. C. Jenkins, Roxobel. 
H. W. Lyon, Windsor. 
W. Mitchell. Lewiston. 
L. A. Nowell, Colerain. 
J. L. Pritchard. Windsor. 
J. B. Ruffln. Powellsvtlle. 
S. A. Saunders. Aulander. 
C. J. Sawyer, Windsor. 

C. A. Whitehead. Woodville. 

BLADEN COUNTY. 

G. F. Bullard. Elizabethtown. 

D. D. Clark. Clarkton. 

E. S. Clark, Clarkton. 
G. L. Clark, Clarkton. 

R. S. Cromartie, Garland. 
J. D. De Vane, E. Arcadia. 
A. B. Holmes, Councils. 
S. S. Hutchison. Bladenboro. 
W. H. G. Lucas. White Oak. 
Newton Robinson. Elizabeth- 
town. 
G. C. Stngletary, Clarkton. 
BRUNSWICK COUNTY. 
J. R. Ballance, Bolivia. 
J. M. Boyette, Southport. 

F. L. Brown, Southport. 
J. A. Dosher. Southport. 
W. R. Goley, Shallotte. 
E. G. Goodman. Lanvale. 
D. I. Watson. Southport. 



BUNCOMBE COUNTY. 

.1. L. Adams, Asheville. 

C. P. Ambler, Asheville. 

I. G. Anderson. Asheville, R. 3. 

I. J. Archer, Black Mountain. 

G. T. Baler, Jr., Asheville. 

W. E. Baker, Arden. 

Geo. C. Battle, Asheville. 

S. W. Battle. Asheville. 

Louis G. Beall, Black Moun- 
tain. 

Chas. Beers, Asheville. 

L. E. Bisch, Asheville. 

H. H. Briggs. Asheville. 

H. G. Brookshire. Asheville. 

H. H. Brown, Asheville. 

W. G. Brownson. Asheville. 

R. H. Bryant, Asheville. 

,T. M. Buckner, Swannanoa. 

R. G. Buckner, Asheville. 

H. W. Calloway, Asheville. 

J. M. Carver, Leicester. 

R. S. Carroll. Asheville. 

C. D. W. Colby, Asheville. 

T. P. Cheeseborough. Asheville. 

Chas. Hartwell Cocke, Ashe- 
ville. 

E. R. Cocke, Asheville. 
J. E. Cocke. Asheville. 
C. E. Cotton, Asheville. 
J. M. Crawford. Asheville. 

A. L. Deuchfield. Asheville. 
W. L. Dunn, Asheville. 

O. F. Echels. Asheville. 

B. O. Edwards. Asheville. 
L. W. Elias, Asheville. 

0. G. Falls, Kings Mountain. 
R. E. Flack. Asheville. 

M. H. Fletcher, Asheville. 
T. F. Frazier. Asheville. 
VV. M. Fresh. Weaverville. 
G. D. Gardner. Asheville. 
J. N. Gill, Weaverville. 
W. L. Grantham, Asheville. 
Jos. Berry Green, Asheville. 
W. R. Griffin. Asheville. 

F. W. Griffith. Asheville. 
L. M. Griffith. Asheville. 

1. A. Harris. Weaverville. 
W. P. Herbert. Asheville. 
W. D. Hilliard. Asheville. 
W. M. Holliday. Asheville. 
J. H. Holt. Asheville. 

J. W. Holt, Asheville. 

F. L. Hunt. Asheville. 
W. J. Hunnicutt. Asheville. 

C. S. Jordan. Asheville. 

A. E. Knoefit, Black Moun- 
tain. 

M. J. Lord. Asheville. 
James Madison Lynch, Ashe- 
ville. 
L. M. McCormick. Asheville. 
C. W. McCracken. Fairview. 
Isaac N. McLean. Democrat. 
Dr. Meachan. Asheville. 
M. C. Millender. Asheville. 

B. R. Meriwether. Asheville. 
L. A. Miller. Asheville. 

S. S. Montague, Asheville. 
Bernice Morgan. Asheville. 

C. L. Minor. Asheville. 
E. R. Morris. Asheville. 
C. C. Orr. Asheville. 
P. B. Orr. Asheville. 
H. P. Parker. Candler. 
W. V. Powell. Asheville. 
A. T. Pritchard, Asheville. 

G. L. Pritchard, Black Moun- 
tain. 

G. W. Purefoy. Ash 'ville. 
G. W. Queen, Asheville. 
J. F. Ramsey. Asheville. 
Arthur F. Reeves. Asheville. 
R. J. Reeves. Leicester. 
C. V. Reynolds, Asheville. 
John Calvin Rich. Candler. 



Paul Ringer. Asheville. 
K. Von Ruck, Asheville. 
R. C. Scott. Asheville. 
J. M. Parker, Asheville. 

D. E. Sevier. Asheville. 
J. T. Sevier, Asheville. 

B. R. Smith, Asheville. 
M. L. Stevens, Asheville. 
G. S. Tennent, Asheville. 

E. B. Thompson. Asheville. 
A. F. Toole. Asheville. 

J. W. Walker, Asheville. 
H. B. Weaver. Asheville. 
W. J. Weaver. Leicester. 
A. S. Wheeler. Biltmore. 
W. Montford Avon, Asheville. 

E. Wilder. Asheville. 
A. P. Willis. Candler. 

Geo. Winston. Ashevile. R. 2. 

C. S. Zimmerman, Asheville. 

BURKE COUNTY. 

James R. Anderson. Morgan- 
ton. 
C. M. Billings, Morganton. 

C. O. Bristowe, Morganton. 
Dr. Edwards, Morganton. 

T. V. Goode, Rutherford Col- 
lege. 

W. Herbert Kibler, Morganton. 

Benjamin L. Long, Glen Al- 
pine. 

John McCampbell, Morganton. 

Edward W. Phifer, Morgan- 
ton. 

Joseph B. Riddle, Morganton. 

Issac M. Taylor, Morganton. 

James W. Vernon, Morganton. 

Fonso B. Watkins, Morganton. 

CABARRUS COUNTY. 

J. A. Bangle, Concord. 
W. R. Brandon. Kannapolis. . 
S. E. Buchanan, Concord. 
J. J. Bunn, Mount Pleasant. 
L. N. Burleyson, Cabarrus. 

D. G. Caldwell, Concord. 
H. H. Caudle, Kannapolis. 
H. A. Cease, Concord. 
Jas. W. Flowe. Kannapolis. 
Frank Flowe, Kannapolis. 

M. A. Foil. Mount Pleasant. 

G. J. Gougher, Concord. 

S. A. Grier, Harrisburg. 

J. A. Hartsell, Concord. 

R. M. King, Concord. 

P. H. Lee, Concord. 

P. R. McFayden, Concord. 

Harry Morrison, Harrisburg. 

John A. Patterson, Concord 

\V. D. Pemberton, Concord. 

T. F. Pharr, Concord. 

R. B. Rankin, Kannapolis. 

S. W. Rankin. Concord. 

J. F. R-ed, Concord. 

J. E. Smooth Concord. 

J. C. Sossoman, Midland. 

W. H. Wadsworfh. Concord. 

F. H. Watkins, Concord. 
I, A. Yow, Georgeville. 

CALDWELL COUNTY. 

G. H. Carter, Kings Creek, R.l. 
L. H. Coffey, Lenoir. 

O. J. Corpening, Granite Falls. 
J. O. Deal, Granite Falls. 

A. G. Dula. Lenoir. 

B. G. Flowers, Granite Falls. 
R. F. D. 3. 

A. B. Goodman. Lenoir. 
Mark Hickman. Hudson. 
A. F. Houck, Lenoir. 
W. P. Ivey, Lenoir. 
A. D. Jones, Granite Falls. 
A. A. Kent, Lenoir. 
W. D. Lovitt. Globe. 
Caroline McNairy. Lenoir. 



PRACTICING! I'll VSICIANS 



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T. L. BLAND, Proprietor, Rocky Mount, \. C. 

American Plan 

300 Rooms Solid Comfort 
240 Rooms, With Bath 



W, I. Pitts, Lenoir. 

C. L. Bobbins, Lenoir. 

C. R. Russell, Granite Falls. 

W. M. White, Lenoir. 

C. L. Wilson. Lenoir. 

CAMDEN COUNTY. 
Ray Spencer, South Mills. 
W. L. Stevens, Shiloh. 
S. G. Wright, Indiantown. 
CARTERET COUNTY. 
Geo. Davis, Beaufort. 
J. J. Davis, Beaufort. 
C. L. Duncan, Beaufort. 
W. E. Headen, Morehead City. 
M. W. Ball, Newport. 
K P. B. Bonner, Morehead 

City. 
Jesse B. Bullock. Atlantic. 
P. B. Loftin, Beaufort. 
C. N. Mason, Newport. 

C. S. Maxwell, Beaufort 
Wm. Meyers. Morehead City. 

D. H. Seed, Morehead City. 
B F. Royall, Morehead City. 
J. W. Sanders. Bogue. 

J. W. Sanders, Ocean. 
J. A. Sisk, Beaufort. 
Leedon Sharpe, Morehead City. 
Chas L. Swindel. Beaufort. 

E. B. Whitehurst, Marshall- 
burg. 

CASWELL COUNTY. 

N. C. Brandon, Yanceyville. 
B. B. McDade, Corbett. 
S. A. Malloy. Yanceyville. 
J. A. Pinnix. Corbett. B. F. D. 
J. F. Swain. Semora. 

F. P. Tucker, Milton. 
H. S. Turner. Yanceyville. 

B. F. Warren. Prospect Hill. 
Dr. Warren. Hightowers. 
CATAWBA COUNTY. 

H. L. Abernethy, Hickory. 
W. G. Bandy, Maiden. 
T. C. Blackburn, Hickory. 
W. G. Borely. Maiden. 
Jas. B. Campbell, Niwton. 
W. H. Everhardt. Newtcn. 
Geo. Flowers. Ilickorv. 
Frank Foard, Hickory, R. F. D. 
F. T. Ford, Hickory, R. 1. 
J. H. Foust, Newton. 
E. C. Hermon, Conover. 
F L Herman, Conover. 
O. L. Hollar, Hickory. 
Chas. Hunsucker. Hickory. 
Flint Klutz, Maiden. 
P. J. Klutz, Maiden. 
c' A. Little, Catawba. 
Fred Y. Long. Catawba. 
Glenn Long, Newton. 
H C. Menzles, Hickory. 
Wm H Nicholson. Hickory. 



K. A. Price. Hickory. 
H. E. Rowe. Newton. 
K. H. Rowe. Hickory. 
G. W. Shipp. Newton. 
W. T. Shipp. Newton. 
J. H. Shuford, Hickory. 
P. M. Smith, Hickory. 
P. L. Stevenson. Hickory. 
T. F. Stevenson, Hickory. 
Geo. H. West, Newton. 
J. C. Whiteside, Maiden. 
J. H. Yount, Newton. 

CHATHAM COUNTY. 
W. M. Burns. Goldston. 
Dr. Burroughs, Goldston. 
H. A. Denson. Bennett. 
J. D. Edwards. Siler City. 
L. E. Farthing. Pittsboro. 
B. M. Fields, Goldston. 
T. A. Kirkman, Siler City. 
Patrick D. Laster. Moncure. 
W. L. McManus, Bonlee. 
J. S. Milliken. Pittsboro. 

B. W. Palmer, Gulf. 

W. Clyde Thomas, Siler City. 

C. G. Upchurch, Apex, B.F.D. 
Frank Wrenn, Siler City. 

CHEROKEE COUNTY. 
J. F. Abernethy, Murphy. 
N. B. Adams. Murphy. 
T. P. Briggs, Grandview. 
S. C. Heighway. Murphy. 
S. B. Henry. Suit. 
F. L. Herbert. Andrews. 
G M. Young, Postelle. 
J. N, Hill. Murphy. 
Sam McLemore. Murphy, B. 3. 
Wm. C. Mason, Culberson. 

B. B. Meroney, Murphy. 
W. C. Morrow, Andrews. 

C. V. Orr. Andrews. 

S. B. Patton, Culberson. 
W. O. Patton, Murphy. 
J. B. Smart. Andrews, 
j. E. Tidwell, Andrews. 
H. N. Wells. Murphy. 

CHOWAN COUNTY. 
H. M. S. Cason. Edenton. 
R. Dillard, Edenton. 
C. H. ilines. Edenton. 
Oscar L. Holly, Edenton. 
W. A. Leggett. Edenton. 
,T H. McMullen. Edenton. 
.T. R. Parker. Cisco. B. F. D. 

Tyner. 
J. W. Warren, Edenton. 
M. P. Whichard, Edenton. 
CLAY COUNTY. 

W. II. Herbert Warns 
p. b. Kiiiian. Hayesvllle. 
M. .1. May, iiiiyrsviiU'. 
C. Sellers, Hayesvllle 
.1 M Sullivan, Hayesvllle 
Dr. Wood. Warne 



CLEVELAND COUNTY. 
J. E. Anthony. Kings Moun- 
tain. 
J. P. Aydlette, Earl. 
C. 0. Champion. Mooresboro. 
R. C. Ellis. Shelby. 
O. G. Falls, Kings Mountain. 
E. W. Gibbs, Shelby. 
G. M. Gold. Shelby, B. 5. 
T. B. Gold, Lawndale. 
lir. I'.rigg. Shelby. 
W. T. <;rigg. Lawndale. 
A F. Hanihright. Grover. 
.1 V. Hamrick, Boiling Springs. 
T. G. Hamrick. Shelby. 
.1 s Hood. Kin^ Mountain. 
,T (1. Hord, Kings Mountain. 

E. A. Houser. Fallston. 
.T. F. Hunt. Casar. 

F. H. Lackey. Fallston. 
E. B. Lattimore. Shelby. 
L V. Lee. Lattimore. 

A. L. Lord, Shelby. 

T E McBrayer. Shelby. 

W. F. Mitchell. Shelby. 

Geo. Oates. Grover. 

.1. E. Osborne. Shelby. 

P.. H. Palmer. Shelby. 

S. S. Royster. Shelby 

,1. W. Wood. Boiling Springs. 

COLUMBUS COUNTY. 
Leaman Raggett. Tabor. 
,r. F. Blake, Chadboume. 
Grover S. Cox. Tabor. 
J. S. Cox. Tabor 
\v II. Crowell. Vineland. 
C Dillard. Chadbourn. 
a i; Floyd, Pair Bluff. 
J W. Floyd. Tabor. 
L. D. Floyd. Cerro Goi 
I'll. v.i Johnson, Cerro I 
M r. Maxwell. Whitevllle. 
T. V. M....r.'. Acme 
.1 s Norman, Boardman. 
r. c. Sadler, 
\v. F. Smith, Chadbourn. 
J. H. Thomson. Lake v. 

maw. 
B. B. Whltaker, Vineland. 
ll. i,. Williaj land. 

CRAVEN COUNTY 

B. C. Armstrong, New 

C. S. Barker, New Hern, 
i; .», Catoi New Bern. 
ii j. Combs, New Bern. 
It I, Daniels, New Bern. 
Lewlster Duffy, New Bern 
ll. Nixon Duffy, New Bern. 

. ! 

B W Dunn New H 

ii vv. ii hei . New Bern. 

\ m on h Mi « Bern, 

W. L. Hand, New I 

r w Hughes, New Hern. 

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p. C. Jackson. New Bern. 

R. W. V. Jones. New Bern. 
\V. Mann. New Bern. 
C. N. Mason, N. Harlowe. 
R. O. Milbee. Cove City. 
H. S. Moore. New Bern. 

5. B. Parker, New Bern. 
I. F. Patterson, New Bern. 
R. A. Pollock, New Bern. 
P. L. Potts, Vancehoro. 

R. S. Frimros", New Bern. 
Walter Watson, New Bern. 
Harvey Wadsworth. New Bern. 
J. M. Ward. New Bern. 
W. A. Stroud. Dover. 
J. P. Stanl 'V. New Bern. 
J. F. Rhem. New Bern. 

CUMBERLAND COUNTY. 
R. A. Algood, Fayetteville. 
K. G. Averitt, Cedar Creek. 
Dr. Bradford. Hope Mills. 
Street Brewer, Fayetteville. 
E J Carson, Fayetteville. 
H. L. Cook, Jr.. Fayetteville. 
R. L. Gainey. Fayetteville. 
W. Gainev. Fayetteville. 

B. H. Henderson. Fayetteville. 
Daeosta Highsmith. Fayette- 
ville. 

J f Highsmith. Fayetteville. 
Seavey Highsmith. Fayetteville. 
W S. Jordan. Fayetteville. 

E. W. Larkin. Fayeterille. 
J. M. Lilly. Fayetteville. 

R. L. Lutman. Fayetteville. 
J. V. MoGougan. Fayetteville. 
W P. McKay. Fayetteville. 
D G McKethan, Fayetteville. 
J A. McKethan. Fayetteville. 
J W. McLean. Godwin. 
J W. McNeill. Fayetteville. 
P. N. Meloher, Fayetteville. 
W. C. Melcher, Fayetteville. 
W. C. Melvin, Linden. 
P. M. Olive, Wade. 
R. L. Pittman, Fayetteville. 
W. R. Rainey, Fayetteville. 
M. L. Smoot. Fayetteville. 
N H. Styron, Fayetteville. 
J R. Vann. Fayetteville. 
W C. Yerdery. Fayett-ville. 
T. M. West, Fayetteville. 

CURRITUCK COUNTY. 

J M. Newbern. Jarvisburg. 

6. C. Gatling. Knotts Island. 
Barefoot and Mann. Moyock. 
Stuart Mann, Moyock. 

,T Y r.aum. Poplar Branch. 
Wni H Cowell, Shawboro. 
W. T. Grijgs. Poplar Branch. 

DARE COUNTY. 

Geo. L. Carrington, Avon. 

F. P. Gates, Manteo. 

DAVIDSON COUNTY. 

A. Anderson. Denton. 

A. ':ulla. Jackson Hill. 

J. E. Hobgood. Thomasville. 

C. A. Julian, Thomasville. 

J. M. Rothrock, Thomasville. 
C. C. Phillips. Wallburg. 
E J. Buchanan. Lexington. 

C. M. Clodfelter. Lexington. 
J R. Hawkins. Lexington. 
Hill & Hill. Lexington. 

D. J. Hill. Lexington. 
W. L Hill, Lexington. 

F. L. Mock, Lexington. R. 3. 
A. L. Plummer, Denton. 
C. R. Sharpe. Lexington. 
J. A. Smith. Lexington. 
J. R. Terry, Lexington. 
W. J. Yestal, Lexington. 
R. V. Yokely, Lexington. 
R. V. Yokely. Denton. 



A. A. York. Southmont. 
R. A. Zimmerman. Lexington. 
R. U. Zimmerman. Lexington. 
R. 4. 

DAVIE COUNTY. 

A. B. Byerly, Cooleemee. 
J. M. Cain. Callahan. 

B. C. Clement. Mocksville. 
Dr. Green. Advance. R. 2. 
W. C. Martin. Mocksville. 
Clyde Nicholson. Harmony, R.2. 
J. W. Rodwell. Mocksville. 

T. T. Watkins. Advance. 

DUPLIN COUNTY. 

Ransom Lee Carr. Rose Hill. 
J. W. Carroll. Wall ice. 
W. D. Crocker, Warsaw. 
J. W. Farrior. Warsaw. 
G. W. Kennedy. Beulaville. 
J. F. Landin. Chinquapin. 
J. F. Maxwell. Pink Hill. 
J. X. Morton, Faison. 
R. F. Quinn, Magnolia. 
J. D. Robinson. Wallace. 
V. N. Seawall. Faison. 
J. M. Williams. Warsaw. 
R. C. Williams. Wallace. 

DURHAM COUNTY. 

Claude A. Adams. Durham. 
R. H. Bavnes. Durham. 
M. T. Adkins. Durham. 
N. D. Bitting, Durham. 
N. P. Boddie, Durham. 
L. S. Booker. Durham. 
W. H. Boone. Durham. 
E. H. Bowling. Durham. 

A. C. Boyles, Rougemont. 

B. TJ. Brooks. Durham. 
D. E. Caldwell. Durham. 
N. L. Coiner. Durham. 
Arch Cheatham, Durham. 
W. M. Coppege, Durham. 
O. B. Darden, Durham. 
Clyde Donnell. Durham. 

B. W. Fassett. Durham. 
R. L Felts. Durham. 
Joseph Graham, Durham. 
W. H. Grimm. Durham. 

C. S. Hicks. Durham. 
W. N. Hicks. Durham. 
O. W. Holloway, Durham. 

R. L. Holloway, W. Durham. 
N. M. Johnson. Durham. 
A. C. Jordan, Durham. 
T. C. Kearns. W. Durham. 
M. N. King. Durham. 

D. K. Lockhart. Durham. 

D. T. Long. Durham. 

E. H. Lvou, Durham. 

E. C. McClees. Durham. 

S. Dae • McPherson. Durham. 
J. M. Manning. Durham. 
J. N. Mills. Durham. 
A. M. Moore. Durham. 
R. E. Nichols. Durham. 
W. W. olive. Durham. 

F. T. Page. Durham. 
Edwin I). Pussy, Durham. 
Foy Roberson. Durham. 
Mike Roberson. Durham. 

G. H. Ross. E. Durham. 
J. E. Sheeler. E. Durham. 
C. H. Shepherd. Durham. 
Jos. A. Speed. Durham. 

J. R. Sterrett. W. Durham. 
W. C. Strudwick. Durham. 
John Sweaney. Durham. 
H. M. Sweaney. Durham. 
S. L. Warren. Durham. 
Geo. T. Watkih-. Durham. 

EDGECOMBE COUNTY. 

J. H. Anderson, Tarboro, R. 4. 
R. P. .Armstrong. Rocky Mount. 
J. M. Baker, Tarboro. 



Y. M. Barber. Macclesfield. 

S. P. Bass. Tarboro. 

I. P. Battle. Rocky Mount. 

E. S. Boice, Rocky Mount. 

J. C. Braswell. Whitakers. 

M. R. Braswell. Rocky Mount. 

J. W. Bryan. Rocky Mount. 

G. W. Bullock, Rocky Mount. 

P. W. Burnett. Rocky Mount. 

J. E. Caine. Tarboro. 

Dr Cutchins. Whitakers. 

J. A. Fountain. Rocky Mount. 

W. W. Green. Tarboro. 

S. N. Harrell. Tarboro. 

E. R. Hines. Rockv Mount. 

J. J. Hood. Rockv Mount 

J. D. Jenkins. Tarboro. 

E. E. Jones. Elm City. 

Dr. Knowles, Rocky Mount. 

L. W. Kornegay. Rocky Mount. 

J. L. Lane. Rocky Mount. 

H L. Large. Rocky Mount. 

Alvin C. McCall, Rocky Mount. 

A. S. McMillan. Tarboro. 
L. E. Norfleet, Tarboro. 
Chas. L. Outland. Tarboro. 
E. W. Perry, Rocky Mount. 
J. H. Pittman, Tarboro. 

E. B. Quillen, Rocky Mount. 
J G. Rabv, Tarboro. R. F. D.4. 
J. C. Ray, Whitakers. 

T. H. Royster, Tarboro. 

R. Lerov Savage. Rocky Mount. 

Joseph Speieht. Whitakers. 

R. H. Speight. Jr.. Battleboro. 

S. Walter Staley. Rocky Mount. 

L. L. Staton, Tarboro. 

S. W. Storry. Rocky Mount. 

W. J. Thigpen, Tarboro. 

F. J. Thorpe, Rocky Mount. 
C E. Weeks. Tarboro. 

Joe Whitehead, Rocky Mount. 
T. G. Williams, Conetoe. 

B. C. Willis. Rocky Mount. 

G. L. Wimherly. Rocky Mount. 
A. M. Wooten, Pine Tops. 

FORSYTH COUNTY. 

R. O. Apple, Winston-Salem. 

T. A. Apple, Winston- Salem. 

J. F. Belton, Winston- Salem. 

J. T. Benbow. Winston-Salem. 

M. A. Bowers, Winston-Salem. 

W. H. Bruce, Winston-Salem. 

L. J. T'.utler, Winston-Salem. 

Jno. Bynum. Winston-Salem. 

W. H. Bynum. Germanton. 

R. L. Carlton, Winston-Salem. 

E? J. Carson, Winston-Salem. 

A. J. Christian. Winston- 
Salem. 

W. J. Conrad, Winston-Salem. 

<;. C. Cooke, Winston-Salem. 

D. S. Craige, Winston-Salem. 

i ; s. Cunningham, Winston- 
Salem. 

D. N. Dalton, Winston-Salem. 
W. N. Dalton. Winston-Salem. 
A. P. Davis, Winston-Salem. 
J. M. Davis, Winston-Salem. 
J. W. Davis, Tobaccoville. R. 1. 
J E. Dowdv, Winston-Salem. 
W B. Dudley. Winston-Salem. 
A. D. Edwards, Winston- 
Salem. 

J. P. Farington, Winston- 
Salem. 

C. J. Fleming, Winston-Salem. 
S. S. Flynt. Rural Hall. 

.1. M. Flippin, Winston-Salem. 

E. P. Gray, Winston-Salem. 
H. H. Hale, Winston-Salem. 
H. H. Hall, Winston- Salem. 
J. C. Hammock. Walkertown. 

F. M. Hanes. Winston- Salem. 
J. Ray Hege. Clemmons. 



PRACTICING PHYSICIANS 



J. R. Henry. Winston-Salem. 

H. V. Horton, Winston-Salem. 

P. B. Horton. Winston- Salem. 

S. W. Hurdle. Winston-Salem. 

H. L. Izlar, Winston-Salem. 

R. C. Jennings. Winston-Salem. 

I. S. John. Winston-Salem. 

W. N. Johnson. Winston- 
Salem. 

J. W. Jones. Winston-Salem. 

O. L. Joyner, Kernersville. 

J. T. Justice, Kernersville, 
Box 16. 

H. H. Kapp. Winston-Salem. 

O. R. Keiger, Winston-Salem. 

J. E. Kerr, Winston-Salem. 

C. S. Lawrence, Winston- 
Salem. 

A. Y. Linville, Waughtown. 

V. M. Long. Winston-Salem. 

H. S. Lott. Winston-Salem. 

C. M. Mimms, Winston -Salem. 

W. Mimms. Winston- Salem. 

Robert A. Moore, Winston- 
Salem. 

Herbert F. Hunt, Winston - 
Salem. 

J. R. Paddison, Kernersville. 
Box 56. 

W. A. Payne, Belews Creek, 
R. F. D. 2. 

J. K. Peper, Winston- Salem. 

S. F. Pfohl, Winston. Salem. 

A. H. Ray, Winston-Salem. 

«M. B. Raymer, Winston-Salem. 

J. P. Housseau, Winston- 
Salem. 

Lee R. Salmons, Winston - 
Salem. 

P. O. Shallert, Winston-Salem. 

J. S. Slate, Winston-Salem. 

E. H. Spainhour, Winston- 
Salem. 

W. C. Stirling. Winston-Salem. 

E. F. Strickland, Bethania. 

E. S. Thompson. Winston- 
Salem. 

R L Wall. Winston-Salem. 

J. C. Wiggins. Winston-Salem. 

J. C. Williams, Winston- Salem. 

J. C. Williamson. Winston- 
Salem. 

W. Wyatt, Winston-Salem. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 
C. H. Banks, Louisburg. 
L. M. Bi-am, Woods. 
E. H. Bobbitt, Franklint.m. 
S. P. Burt, Louisburg. 
J. B. Davis, Louisburg. 
A. H. Fleming. Louisburg. 
S. C. Ford, Franklinton. 
J. H. Harris, Franklinton. 

A. B. Henderson, Franklinton. 

B. C. Johnson, Bunn. 

H. M. Johnson, Louisburg. 
M. C. King, Franklinton. 
J. E. Malone, Louisburg. 
J. O. Newell, Louisburg. 

C. V. Timberlake, Youngsville. 
R. E. Timberlake, Youngsville. 
J. B. Williams, Gupton. 

A. R. Winston, Franklinton. 
R. F. Yarborough, Louisburg. 
R. T. Yarborough, Louisburg. 

GASTON COUNTY. 
C. E. Adams. Gastonia. 
Jas. A. Anderson, Gastonia. 
J. E. Blair, Gastonia. 
M. A. Boyles, Dallas. 
J. W. Campbell, Gastonia. 
R. S. Clinton, Gastonia. 
W. W. Davis, Belmont. 
J. A. Dimmette, Gastonia. 
H. M. Eddleman. Gastonia. 
H. J. Erwin. Gastonia. 
P. R. Falls. Gastonia. 



D. A. Garrison, Gastonia. 
H. F. Glenn. Gastonia. 
L. N. Glenn. Gastonia. 
P. B. Hall. Belmont. 
W. H. Houser, Cherryville. 

A. W. Howell, Cherryville. 
W. B. Hunter. Gastonia. 
Jno. H. Jenkins, Gastonia. 
Lee Johnson. Gastonia. 

C. E. Lvday. Gastonia. 

C. R. McAdams. Belmont. 

D. E. McConnell. Gastonia. 
C. J. McCombs. Gastonia. 
C. H. Pugh. Gastonia. 

T. M. McCoy, Mount Holly. 

C. E. McLean, Gastonia. 

W . S. Matthews, Bessemer 

City. 
O. L. Miller, Gastonia. 
R. C. Miller, Mayworth. 

B. D.Moore, Mount Holly. 
R. J. Morrison. Cherryville. 
G. R. Patrick, Bessemer City. 
L. N. Patrick, Gastonia. 

J. M. Pressley, Belmont. 
T. C. Quickel, Gastonia. 
.las. W. Reid, Lowell. 
R. E. Rhyne, Gastonia. 
Frank Robinson. Lowell. 
L. L. Self, Cherryville. 
J. M. Sloan, Gastonia. 
J. J. Stewart. Mount Holly. 
B. C. Taylor. Mount Holly. 
F. V. Taylor. Stanley. 
S. A. Wilkins, Dallas. 

F. G. Wilson, Gastonia. 

GATES COUNTY. 

T. W. Blanchard. Hobbsvllle. 
H. C. Brooks. Sunberry. 
T. L. Carter, Gates. 

E. F. Corbell, Sunbury. 
Geo. D. Williams. Gatesville. 

GRAHAM COUNTY. 

L. D. Hooper. Robbinsville. 
S. F. Howell. Robbinsville. 
M. T. Maxwell, Robbinsville. 

A. T. Sties. Stecoah. 

GRANVILLE COUNTY. 

L. W. Anderson. Oxford. 
J. H. Booker, Oxford. 
T. L. Booth. Oxford. 

B. W. Bullock. Oxford. 
J. H. Bullock, Hester. 
S. H. Cannady. Oxford. 
Parrott R. Hardee. Stem. 
S. C. Lyon, Creedmoor. 

E. B. Meadows. Oxford. R. 1. 
J. A. Morris. Oxford. R. 2. 
Roger Gray Rogers. Creedmoor. 
A. Sails. Oxford. R. 4. 
J. F. Sanderford, Creedmore. 

G. T. Sikes, Creedmoor. 
Wm. Taylor, Stovall. 
Nelson Thomas. Oxford. 
G. S. Watkins. Oxford. 
Jos. Thompson, Creedmoor. 

GREENE COUNTY. 
J. L. Carroll. Hookerton. 
G. C. Edwards, Hookerton. 
J. H. Harper. Snow Hill. 
N. A. Marlowe, Walstonburg. 
W. B. Murphy, Snow Hill. 
W. W. Whittington, Snow Hill. 

GUILFORD COUNTY. 

W. C. Ashworth. Greensboro. 
J. W. Austin. I lit;b Point. 
H. T. Aydlett, Greensboro. 
J. T. J. Battle, Greensboro. 
W. P. Beall, Greensboro. 
I'.. W. P.est. Greenshoro. 

c. w. P.est. Greensboro. 
Jos. s. ivits. Greensboro. 
P. Bowman, Greensboro. 
.1. II Boyles, Greensboro, 
w. G, Bradshaw, High Polnl 
J. T. Burress, High Point. 



L. T i Hlgb Point. 

L. G. Cobli 

s. s. Coe, High Point. 
W. F. Cole. Qreensl 

A. M love. Norma 
Greensboro. 

T. C. Crammer. Ramseur, 

w. B. CrutcuhYd. i 

W. C. Dunv s imi ,, rfleld. 

It i U 

It. (i 1 1 

J. E. Delllnger, Greensboro. 

J. \ i Ick, Gibsonvlle. 

II. H. Dodson, Greensboro 

V. E. Edwards, 8 

B. T. Field. Grei 
P. W. Flagge, J 

A. F. Fortune, Greensboro. 

J. E. Foscue, Jamestown. 
M. K. Fox, Gniior.l College. 

A K. 1'i-a r nigh Polnl 

A. J. h. Gaylord, High Polnl 

G. a. Gerron, High Point. 

C. 8, Gilmer, Greensboro, R. 6. 
J. il Glasscock, Greensboro, 
A. M. Cove. Greensboro. 

C. S. Grayson. EHgh Point. 

A. B Greenn I, Greensboro 

lv Harrison, i, 

W. K. Ilartsei, Greens 

•i. -I- li llton, i Ireei si 

D. W. Holt, Greensboro. 
W. T. Holt. McLeai 

w H. Hughes, G 
F. C. Hyatt, Qn en 
H. B Hyatt, High P 
\V. L. Jackson. High Point. 
J. P. Jarho. Greensboro. 
W. M. .lones. Greensboro. 
James A. Keiger, Greensboro. 
J. F. Eernolde, Gceensboro. 
R. P. Knight. Greei 

E I. i etter, i Ireensboro. 
Chas^ T. Lipscomb. Greensboro. 
J. W. Long, Greens! 

B. K. Lyon. Greensl 

W. J. McAnally, High Point- 
Hugh W. McCain. High Point 
J. F. McCracken, Guilford 
College. 

C. E. McManus, High Point. 

I. T. Mann. High I'. 

W. J. Meadows. Greensboro, 
lv It. Michaui Gri I iro. 
May S. Miles, Greensboro. 
A. T. Mills. GiUlford College. 

C. E. Moore. Greensboro. 
chas. w. Moseiy. Greensboro. 

<;. \Y Norman, Greensboro. 

F. J. Pate. Greensboro. 

A. L. Petree, Greensboro. 

A ,\ Phipps, Whitts it. B, 1. 

II. C. Pitts. High Point 

F. O. Piunkett. Greensboro, 

R. 6. 

C R. Reaves, Green l 
K. <;. Reaves, Greensboro, 
\v. p. Reaves. Greensboro, 
C E. Reltzel. High Point 
W. J. Richardson. Green 
Geo. li. Roberson, G 
Chas. Roberson. Greet 
J. T, Rlevi ' iioro. 

Waller w. Rowe, Greensboro, 
s. p. Sebastian, Gi 
It. A. Schoonover, Green 
i \ Bharpe, Greensboro. 

F. C Sliiiroe. High Point. 

l. i.. Simmon I li 

A. T. Smith, Gie. uxlioro. 

» > v\ . ■ : i Smith, High Point. 

A. 0. SpiHin. Green, 1 
1,. C. S] n. i. 

li V Stanton. High Point 

Enoch I, Stami i boro 

T. m Stanton, High Point. 
1 1 r Start ' boro. 

c c. Stew an, ' . 
.1 'i' Stewart, Summerfleld. 



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J. \V. Tankersley. Greensboro. 

c. \v. Taylor. Stokesdale. 
F. R. Taylor, High Point. 
.1 ( ;. Thomas, < ire insboro. 
I. l'. Turner, Greensboro. 
I. »'. Waddy, Greensboro. 

I. B. Walker, Gibsonville. 
A C. Whitaker. Julian. 

Geo. W. Whitsett, Greensboro. 
liuxton P>. Williams. Greens- 
boro. 
.T. A. Williams. Greensboro. 
J. D. Williams. Guilford. 
Dr. Williams. Bigh Point. R. 1. 
A. R. Wilson. Greensboro. 
1>. K. Wolfe. Greensboro. 
F. G. Woodruff. High Point. 
C. E. Young, Greensboro. 
HALIFAX COUNTY. 
H. I. Clark. Scotland Neck. 

II. i . Ferguson, Halifax. 
W. L. Fleming, Enfield. 

C. H. Fryar. Scotland Neck. 
I. E. Green, Weldon. 

A. S. Harrison. Enfield. 

R. P. Beckwith. Rosemary. 

B. Ray Browning, Littleton. 
P. C. Cartr, Weldon. 

C. Highsmith, Enfield. 

F. G. Jarman. Rosemary. 
L. H. Justice, Rosemary. 
H. G. La=siter. Weldon. 
V. M. Liggett, Hohgood. 
I. W. M. Long, Roanoke Rapids. 
T. W. M. Loye. Roanoke Rapids. 
Neill McRae. Littleton. 
J. W. Martin. Roanoke Rapids. 
John Martin. Roanoke Rapids. 
R. P. Mnr head, Weldon. 
B. M. Nicholson. Ringwood. 
Horace Palmer, Hollister. 
F. M. Parker. Enfield. 
B. F. Parker. Enfield. 

D. F. Patchin, Roanoke Rapids 

E. A. Perry. Littleton. 
L. J. Picot. Littleton. 
S B. Pierce. Weldon. 

W. Reid Putney. Littleton. 
W. G. Sinter, Weldon. 

0. F. Smith, Scotland Neck. 
W. G. Suiter. Weldon. 

H. G. Thigpen, Scotland Neck. 

1. S. Thompson. Weldon. 
I. A. Tinslev. Weldon. 

F. C. Whitaker. Enfield. 
L. T. Whitaker. Enfield. 

J. A. White. Scotland Neck. 

R. 2. 
.T A. Winslev. Weldon. 
A. R. Zollieoffer, Weldon. 
D. B. Zollieoffer, Weldon. 
ARNETT COUNTY. 
Arnold. Lillington. 
Barefoot, Dunn. 
Cayines, Lillington. 
Codrington. Dunn. 
Coltrane. Dunn. 
Denning. Dunn. 
Halford. Lillington. 
Hicks. Dunn. 
Highsmith. Dunn. 
Holt. Duke. 
McKay. Buie's Creek. 
Riddle. Lillington. 
Roberts. Coats. 
Sexton. Dunn. 
Spence. Kipling. R. 1. 
Wrenn. Dunn. 
Young. Angicr. 

AYWOOD COUNTY. 

Abel, Waynesyille. 
Allen. Waynesville. 
Atkinson. Sunburst. 
Dayis. Canton. 
Ferguson. Crabtree. R. 1. 
Graham. Crabtree. R. 1. 
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J. R. McCracken, Waynesyille. 
ll. l, McFadyen, Waynesville. 
Walter McMehan. Cresmont. 
R. P. Medford. Cove Creek. 
s. B. Medford, Clyde. 
K. E. Montgomery, Waynesville. 
R. W. S. Pegram, Canton. 
.1. M. Russell. Canton. 
T. F. Reynolds. Canton. 
J. A. P. Shields, Cresmont 
B. F. Smathers, Waynesville. 
H. A. Smathers. Canton. 
John H. Smathers. Waynesville. 
J. L. Stringfellow. Waynesyille. 
S. L. Strinsfield. Sunburst. 
Thos. Stringfleld. Waynesyille. 
R. L. Walker, Crabtree. 
J. H. Way. Waynesyille. 
J. E. Wilson. Canton. R. 2. 
HENDERSON COUNTY. 
J. A. Brook. Hendersonyille. 
J. S. Brown. Hendersonyille. 
R. 3. 

B. F. Cliff. Hendersonyille. 
G. E Dixon. Hendersonyille. 
A. B. Drafts. Hendersonyille. 
Jas. L. Edgerton. H.nderson- 

yille. 

Columhus Few. Hendersonyille. 

S. E. Greenwood,, Fletcher. 
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W. B. W. Howe. Henderson- 
yille. 

W. B. Hutchensnn. Hend rson- 
yille. R. 2. 

L. L. Johnson. Fletcher. R.F.D. 

Levin Jones. Zirconia. 

W. R. Kirk. Hendersonyille. 

Samuel B. McPheeters. Hen- 
dersonyille, R. 6. 

E. P. Mallett'. Hendersonyille. 
A. Memminger. Flat Rock. 

L. B. Moore, Hendersonyille. 
L. B. Morse, Hendersonyille. 
L. P. Russell. Fletcher. 
R. C. Sample. Hendersonyille. 
T. W. Summ?r. Fletcher. 
Geo. Wright. Hendersonyille. 

HERTFORD COUNTY. 
T. I. Burbase. Como. 
M. L. Futrell. Murfreesboro. 
R. H Garey, Murfreesboro. 
A. W. Green. Ahoskie. 
Geo. N. Harrell. Murfre?sboro. 
J. H. Mitchell. Ahoskie. 
Paul H. Mitch 11. Ahoskie. 
W. B. Pollard. \Vinton. 
J. A. Poyyell. Harrellsyille. 
L. K. Walker, Ahoskie. 

HOKE COUNTY. 

G. W. Brown. Raeford. 
H. R. Cromartie. Raeford. 
G. A. Graham, Raeford. 
Reuben McBrayer, Sanatorium. 
P. P. McCain. Sanatorium. 
McK. McDearmid. Raeford. 
Dr. Spruil, Sanatorium. 
R. A. Wilkins. Raeford. 
HYDE COUNTY. 
A. G. Harris. Fairfield. 
J. E. Mann. Lake Landing. 
T. A. Mann. Fairfield. 
L. H. Swindell. Svyan Quarter. 
R. E. Windley. Swan Quarter. 

IREDELL COUNTY. 

M. R. Adams. Statesville. 
T. E. Anderson. Statesville. 
A. E. Bell. Mooresville. 
W. H. Bennett. Mooresville. 

F. A. Carpenter. Statesville. 
L. V. Cloninger. Statesville. 

C. L. Cruse, Statesville. 
James Davis. Statesville. 
Philip S. Easlev. Statesville. 
L. O. Gibson. Statesville. 



W. \). Gilmore. Mooresville. 
T. V. Goode, Statesville. 
Or. Goode. Statesville. 

B. s. Holliday, Statesville. 
Fred C. Hubbard. Statesville. 
P. C. Jurney. Turnersburg. 
Ed. King. Statesville. R. F. D. 

E. E. Little. Statesville. R. 5. 
H. L. Long. Statesville. 

R. S. McElwee. Statesville. 
J. E. McLaughlin. Statesville. 
R. H. Morrison. Mooresville. 

C. R. Nicholson. Harmony. 
G. W. Nicholson, Harmony. 

F. L. Sharpe, Statesville. 
S. A. Rhyne, Mooresville. 
E. M. Yount. Statesville. 
W. E. Wilson. Mooresville. 
('. L. Sherrill. Statesville. 
J. S. Talley. Troutman. 

R. C. Tatum, Statesville. 

G. W. Taylor. Mooresville. 
.1. W. Taylor. Mooresville. 

C. A. Turner. Statesville. 

JACKSON COUNTY. 
Chas. Z. Candler. Svlva. 

D. D. Hooper. Sylva. 

A. A. Nichols. Sylva. 
Asbury S. Nichols. Sylva. 
G. Wilkes. Sylva. 

JOHNSTON COUNTY. 
M. L. Barefoot. Dunn. 

E. N. Booker. Clayton. R. 1. 
J. S. Coleman. Kenly. 

J. F. Foster. Kenly. 

C W. Furlonge. Smithfield. 

J. C. Grady, Kenly. 

J. A. Griffin. Clayton. 

T. A. Griffin. Clayton. 

Mitford Hinnant, Micro. 

B. A. Hocutt. Clayton. 
Thel. Hooks. Smithfield. 
Dr. Joyner. Princeton. 

S. P. J. Lee. Benson. 

E. H. Meddlers. Clayton. 

G. A. McLemure. Clayton. R. 1. 

J. F. Martin. Benson. 

I. W. Maverberg. Selma. 

L A. Munns. Smithfield. 

R. J. Noble. Selma. 

A. S. Oliver. Benson. 

G. E. Parker. Benson. 

J. B. Person. Selma. 

A. H. Rose. Smithfield. 

J. H. Stanley, Four Oaks. 

K S. Stevens. Princeton. 

J B. Surles. Four Oaks. 

C. V. Tyner, Smithfield. 
H. H. Utley. Benson. 

G. D. Viek. Selma. 
L. D. Wharton. Smithfield. 
A. G. Woodard. Princeton. 
G. B. Woodard. KenLv. 
J. J. Young. Clayton. 

JONES COUNTY. 
J. C. Bell. Ma.vsville. 
E. L. Bender. Pollocksville. 
H. Johnson. Trenton 
A. F. Hammond. Pollocksville. 
H. G. Monk. Trenton. 
C. N. Shaw. Mavsville. 
LEE COUNTY. 
Dr. Hunt. Jonesboro. 
E. E. Long. Sanford. 
I H. Lutterloh, Sanford. 
E. M. Mclver. Jonesboro. 
Lynn Mclver. Sanford. 
M. L. Matthews. Sanford. 
J. P. Monroe. Sanford. 
W. A. Monroe. Sanford. 
C. L. Scott. Sanford. 
E. P. Snipes. Jonesboro. 
E. E. Tony. Sanford. 
Leon Watson. Broadway. 
J. H. Withers. Broadway. R. 1. 

LENOIR COUNTY. 
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C. H. Bynum. Kinston. 
M. L. Carr. LaGrange. 
T. H. Faulkner. Kinston. 

F. Fitts. Kinston. 

Ira M. Hardy. Kinston. R. 3. 
W. F. Hargrove, Kinston. 
J. P. Harrison. Kinston. 
H. O. Hyatt. Kinston. 
A. L. Hyatt, Kinston. 

G. E. Kornegay. Kinston. 
A. D? K. Parrott. Kinston. 
Zeb V. Moseley. Kinston. 
Dan W. Parrott. Kinston. 
J. M. Parrott, Kinston. 

11. C. Parrott, Kinston. 
William Myers. Pink Hill. 
G. P. Mangum. Kinston. 
W, T. Parrott. Kinston. 
Vance P. Peery. Kinston. 
J. A. Pollock. Kinston. 
J. W. P. Smithwick. LaGrange. 
R. H. Temple. Kinston. 
Henry Tull. Kinston. 
C. F. West. Kinston. 

Weyher. Kinston. 

Whitaker. Kinston. 
. Wooten, Kinston. 

Woodley, Kinston. 

Whitaker, Kinston. 

LINCOLN COUNTY. 

N. Abernethy. Denver. 
Costu r. Lincolnton. 
Crowell, Lincolnton. 
Elliott. Lincolnton. 



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W. C. Kizer. Reepsville. 
R. E. Lee. Lincolnton. 
C. L McCaull. Denver. 
.1. W. Saine. Lincolnton. 
C. D. Thompson. Lincolnton. 
J. S. Wise. Lincolnton. 

Mcdowell county. 

R. L. Ashworth, Marion. 
R. .T Burgin. Marion. 
G. W. Freeman. Old Fort. 
John B. Johnson Hid Fort. 
J. F. Jonas. Marion. 
G. B. Justice. Marion. 
M. L. Justice. Marion. 
G. S. Kirby. Marion. 
J. R Robinson. Old Fort. 
.Tas. Reynolds Marion. 
J. G. Reid. Marion. 

MACON COUNTY. 
T. H. Brabson. Franklin. R. 2. 
J. H. Fonts. Franklin. 
H. T. Horsley. Franklin. 
Marv E Lapham. Highlands. 
S. H. Lvle. Franklin. 
W. A. Rogers. Franklin. 
F. L. Siler. Franklin. 



Henry P. P. Thompson. High- 
lands. 
J. L. Welch. Wests Mills. 
MADISON COUNTY. 
J. H. Baird. Mars Hill. 
J. W. Baird. Mars Hill. 
I. E. Burnett. Mats Hill. 

0. V. Burnett. Big Laurel. 
J. T. Carter. Mars Hill. 

1. L. English. Faust. 

T. J. Frisbee. Spring Creek. 
E. C. Holden, White Rock. 
J. N. Moore. Marshall. 
Geo. H. Packard. White Rock. 
Edward Peck. Hot Springs. 
M. C. Roberts, Marshall, R. 1. 
\V. F. Robinson. Mars Hill. 
Geo. Ross. King Creek. 
W. A. Sams. Marshall. 
David F. Seay. Spring Creek. 
J. C. Tilson. Marshall. R. 3. 
S. B. Woody, Soring Creek. 

MARTIN COUNTY. 
G. C. Godwin. Williamston. 
W. H. Howell. Williamston. 
J. B. H. Knight. Williamston. 
R. A. Lloyd, Williamston. 
P.. L. Long. Hamilton. 
E. M. Long. Hamilton. 
M. P. Manning. Robersonville. 
R. J. Nelson. Robersonville. 
J. H. Pittman. Oak City. 
J. S. Rhodes, Williamston. 
J. H. Sanders, Williamston. 
J. E. Smithwick. Jamesville. 
J. E. Ward. Robersonville. 
V. A.' Ward. Robersonville. 
H. B. York. Williamston. 
W. E. Warren, Williamston. 

MECKLENBURG COUNTY. 

J. S. Abernethy. Charlotte. R.fi. 
R. H. Abernethy. Charlotte. R.6. 
Annie Alexander. Charlotte. 
C. L. Alexander. Charlotte. 
Wm. Allan. Charlotte. 
John R. Ashe. Charlotte. 
Dewit Austin. Charlotte. 
Austin. Charlotte. 
Austin. Charlotte. 
Berryhill. Charlotte. 
Blalock \ Charlotte. 
A. Bland. Charlotte. 
, Bland. Charlotte. 
Bost, Charlotte. 
Boyette. Charlotte. 
, Craven. Charlotte, R. 6. 
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s Davidson. Charlotte. 
Qearmont, Charlotte 

I'ai-nii, Charlotte. 
Gallant, Charlotte. 
Gibbon. Charlotte. 
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\V. ll. Graves. Chart 

E. H. Hand. Plneviile. 

F. (>. Hawley, Charlotte. 
H. C. H nderson. Chart 
S. M. Henderson, Chai 

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A. jr. Herron. charlotte. 

I. E Hockett, Charlotte. 
Geo. K. Hoover, Derita, it. 13. 

O. J. Ilousrr. Chai 
L. W. Ilovis. ( 
L. W. Hunter. Charlotte. It. 1. 
W. A. Hunter. Charlotte. 
J. It. Irwin. Charlotte. 
J. G. Johnston. Charlotte. 
It. JT. Kimhrough, Charlotte. 
P. M. King. Charlotte. 
It. H. Lafferty. Charlotte. 
It. 7. Linney, Charlotte. 
M. E. Lobchenks, X' 
,lno. Wilson McConnell, David- 
son. 
.1 McDearmon, Chai 
C. s. McGargle, Charlotte. 

II. \v. McKay. Charlotte. 
C. S. McLaughlin. Chai 
It. II. McLaughlin, Chai 
W. A. MePbaul, Charlotte. 
J. P. Ma-' ■ i harlotti 

C. A Meisenheimer. Charlotte, 

C. H. C. Mills. Char 

I C Mont) "'"■ ry, Charlotte. 

A. Wylie Moore, charlotte. 

Oran Moore, Charlotte 

J. <j. Myers, Charlotte. 

P.. C. Nalle. Charlotte 

W. O. Nesbitt, i 

L. B. Newell. Char 

Dr. Parson, Charlotte 

Ki'ui Patterson, charlotte. 

G. II Petaway, charlotte. 
.r a. Pethel. Charlotte 
W. A. Pethel, chai 

W. \V. I'harr. Char 
('.. W. Pressley, Chai 
11. '/. Query, Charlotte. 
J. L. Ransom, PlnevUle. 
H. F. Ray. Charlotte. 
It. N. Reid. Matthews. 
T. V Reid, Matthews. 
J. K. ROSS, Chai I. .Me 
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.1 K Shull. Charlotte. 
J. (>. Simmons. Chai 
T. A. Smith. Charlotte, 
i M Strong. Char! 
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I > r Taylor. Paw Crj 

s it. Thompson. Charlotte. 
John ll Tucker Charlotte 

i; I' Tyson, Charlotte 

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\V. W. Washam, Cornelius. 

A. M. Wisnant. Charlotte. 
Awr Whitley, Matthews, B. 19. 
H. M. Wilder, Charlotte. 

J. T. Williams. Charlotte. 
G. C. Wingate. Charlotte. 
Jas. Johnston Withers. David- 
son. 

B. J. Witherspoon, Charlotte. 
W. II. Wooten. Davidson. 

T. H. Wright. Charlotte. 
A. A. Wyche. Charlotte. 

MITCHELL COUNTY. 
J. W. Bradshaw. Belief. 
V. B. Butt. Bakersville. 
Dr. Cooper. Belief. B. 1. 
S. J. Cooper. Poplar. 
A. C. Gouge. Bakersville. 
Chas. Peterson. Spruce Pine. 
J. M. Peterson. Spruce Pine. 

C. E. Smith. Ledger. 
MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

C. Daligny. Troy. 
E. L. Dameron. Star. 
C. B. Ingram, Mount Gilead. 
S. H. McCall. Troy. 
John McMillan. Candor. 
N. G. Nicholson. Mount Gilead. 
P. B. Bankin. Mount Gilead. 
J. B. Shamberger. Star. 
A. P. Thompson. Troy. 
MOORE COUNTY. 
A. McN. Blair, Southern Pines. 
A. McN. Blue. Carthage. 
H. E. Bowman. Aberdeen. 
J. P. Davis. High Falls. 
J. L. Dowd. Carthage. 
W. Gilman. Lakeview. 
C. T. Grier. Carthage. 
A. A. McDonald. Jackson 

Springs. 
W. McDuffle. Hemp. 

A. H. McLeod. Aberdeen. 
M. W. Marr. Pinehurst. 
G. McLeod. Carthage. 

M. W. Moore, Pinehurst. 

W. C. Mudgett, Southern Pines. 

B. G. Bosser. Vass. 

H. B. Shields. Carthage. 
W. I. Stockdon. Glendon. 
M. Eugene Street. Glendon. 

NASH COUNTY. 
Jas. P. Battle, Nashville. 
G. W. Botts, Nashville. 
H. Brantley. Sr.. Spring Hope. 
H. Brantly, Jr.. Spring Hope. 
H. C. Brantly, Spring Hope. 
P. G. Chamblee. Spring Hope. 
T. D. Coppedge. Nashville. 
J. H. Cutchins. Battleboro. 
Wood Dean, liattleboro. 
Dr. Denton. Castalia. 
VVm. Edwards. Spring Hope. 
S. V. Lewis. Middlesex. 
H. B. Marriott. Battleboro. 
J. H. Martin, Battleboro. 
T. A. Matthews. Castalia. 
J. B. Phillips. Middlesex. 
E. C. Powell. Middlesex. 
T. T. Boss. Nashville. 
J. T. Strickland. Nashville. 
Bobt. Wheless. Spring Hope. 
Jno. A. Winstead. Nashville. 

NEW HANOVER COUNTY 
J. H. Alston, Wilmington. 
P. W. Avant, Wilmington. 

B. H. Bellamy, Wilmington. 

C. P. Bolles. Wilmington. 

G. E. Bowdoin. Wilmington. 
M. D. Bowen, Wilmington. 
E. S. Bullock. Wilmington. 
Foster F. Burnett Wilmington. 
Merl Jno. Carson. Wilmington. 
J. E. Cathell. Wilmington. 
H. A. Codington. Wilmington. 

D. W. Chestnut. Wilmington. 



.1. is. Collins. Wilmington. 
.1. 1'.. Cranmer, Wilmington. 
A. B. Croom. Wilmington. 
G. H. doom. Wilmington. 

A. McB. Crouch. Wilmington. 

B. H. Davis. Wilmington. 
J. E. Evans. Wilmington. 

L. E. Farthing. Wilmington. 
J. D. Freeman. Wilmington. 
B. B. Graham. Wilmington. 
W. C. Gallowav. Wilmington. 
T. M. Green. Wilmington. 
Geo. A. Griffith. Wilmington 

A. H. Harriss. Wilmington. 
E. B. Hart. Wilmington. 
J. H. Hornett, Wilmington. 
Jos. W. Hooper. Wilmington. 

B. D. Jewett. Wilmington. 
J. W. Kay. Wilmington. 
S. E. Koonce. Wilmington. 
Jno. B. LeGwin, Wilmington. 

C. C. Low. Wilmington. 
Win. D. McMillan. Wilming- 
ton. 

W. C. Mebane. Wilmington. 
J. A. Moore. Wilmington. 
W. H. Moore. Wilmington. 
J. G. Murphy. Wilmington. 

B. W. Page. Wilmington. 
J. B. Parker. Wilmington. 
H. A. Parris. Wilmington. 

C. L. Pridgen. Wilmington. 
J. F. Bobertson. Wilmignton. 
J. B. Sedberry. Wilmington. 
J. T. Schonwald. Wilmington. 
W. E. Storm. Wilmington. 

J. A. Smith. Wilmington. 
J. W. Tankersley. Wilmington. 
G G. Thomas. Wilmington. 
J. C. Wessell. Wilmington. 
L. P. Williams. Wilmington. 

E. Wood, Wilmington. 
NORTHAMPTON COUNTY. 

S. B. Boone. Jackson. 
J. E. Brittle. Conway. 
P. C. 1 rittle. Conway. 
G. H. Cook. Woodland. 
Q. H. Cooke. Bich Square. 
T. O. Joyner, Severn. 
H. W. Lewis. Jackson. 
J. L. Lister. Jackson. 
L. E. McDaniel. Lasker. 
J. L. Outland. Woodland. 
C. G. Parker, Woodland. 
C. P. Parker. Seaboard. 
P. G. Parker. Jackson. 
W. B. Parker. Woodland. 
B. H. Stancil. Margarettsville. 
M. B. Stephenson. Seaboard. 
T H "Vali ntine. Vultare. 
J. C. Vaughan, Bich Square. 
ONSLOW COUNTY. 

F. H. Blount. Swansboro. 
L. D. Bryan. Snead's Ferry. 
E. L. Cox. Jacksonville. 

J. P. Henderson. Swansboro. 

B. L. Kellum, Jacksonville. 
Allen M. McCuiston, Bichlands. 

A. M. McCuiston. Bichlands. 

C. W. Sutton. Bichlands. 
Cyrus Thompson. Jacksonville. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 
E. A. Abernethy. Chaped Hill. 
J. B. Bullitt, Chapel Hill. 
E. A. Gentry. Timberlake. 

G. W. Gentry. Timberlake. 

B. B. Hayes. Hillsboro. 

C. H. Hemphill. Chapel Hill. 
C. H. Hughes. Cedar Grove. 
C. D. Jones. Hillsboro. 

B. B. Lawson. Chapel Hill. 

B. B. Llovd. Carrboro. 
Wm. Lynch. Chapel Hill. 

W. DeB. MacNider. Chapel 
Hill. 

C. S. Mangum. Chapel Hill. 
I. I. Manning. Chapel HilL 
J. M. Thompson. Mebane. 



PAMLICO COUNTY. 
G. S. Attmore. Stonewall. 
Daniel A. Dees. Bayboro. 
J. E. McCleese. Oriental. 
St. Elmo McCotter. Bayboro. 

PASQUOTANK COUNTY. 

G. W. Caldwell. Elizaueth City 
B. B. Davis, Weeksville. 
I. Fearing. Elizabeth City. 
Zenos Fearing, Elizabeth City. 
S. W. Gregory. Elizabeth City. 
J. B. Griggs, Elizabeth City. 
M. M. Harris. Elizabeth City. 
E. L. Hoffler, Elizabeth City. 

B. L. Kendiick, Elizaueth City. 

E. W. Lister. Weeksville. 

F. W. Lovverv. Elizaueth City. 
T. S. McMullen. Elizaueth City 

A. L. PendLton. Elizabeth 
City. 

W. A. Peters. Elizabeth City. 
J. J. Purdy. Oriental. 

C. W. Sawyer. Elizaueth City. 
W. \S". Sawyer. Elizabeth City. 
H. D. Walker. Elizaueth City. 
J. H. White. Elizabeth City. 

C. B. Williams. Elizabeth 
City. 

PENDER COUNTY. 
L. L. Alexander, Topsail Sound. 
L. L. Alexander. Topsail Sound. 

0. B. Baldwin. Burgaw. 
T. J. Haggard. Atkinson. 
J. T. Hoggard. Atkinson. 
W. I. Taylor, Burgaw. 

B. J. Williams. Bocky Point. 

PERQUIMANS COUNTY. 

Thos. A. Cox. Hertford. 

G. E. Newuy. Hertford. 

W. A. Hoggard. Hertford 

B. F. D. 
B. W. Sharp. Hertford. 
Bobt. W. Smith. Hertford. 

1. A. Ward. Belvidere. 

PERSON COUNTY. 

B. S. Baynes. Hurdle Mills. 

W. A. Bradsher. Boxboro. 

J. I. Coleman. Hurdle Mills. 

W. T. Long. Boxboi'o. 

B. E. Love. Boxuuio. 

J. H. Merritt. Woodsdale. B. 1. 

A. F. Nichols. Boxboro. 

D. W. l>ritchett. Center Grove. 
Peter Pritehett. Center Grove. 

B. S. Baynes. Hurdle Mills. 
J. F. Swann. Semora. 

B. A. Thaxton. Boxboro. 

E. L. Tucker. Boxboro. 
G. T. Vickers. Boxboro. 

PITT COUNTY. 
T. G. Basnight. Stokes. 
James A. Battle. Greenville. 
E. B. Beaslev. Fountain. 
Zeno Brown, Greenville. 
W. M. Capehart. Greenville. 
P. J. Chester. Greenville. 

B. T. Cox, Winterville. 
W. W. Dawson. Grifton. 
G. G. Dixon, Ayden. 
Jos. Dixon. Greenville. 
W. H. Dixon. Ayden. 

C. J. Ellen. Greenville. 
Paul Fitzgerald. Greenville. 
W. M. Fountain. Greenville. 
M. T. Frizzelle. Ayden. 
Cecil Garrington. Bethel. 

J. C. Green. Greenville. 
S. Hassell. Greenville. 
J. D. Hemingway. Bethel. 
Jno. Hudson. Grimesland. 
C. M. Jones. Grimsland. 
Annie Joyner. Greenville. 
C. C. Joyner. Farmville. 
C. O'H. Lauchinghouse. Green- 
ville. 



PRACTICING PHYSICIANS 



Jenness Morrill, Falkland. 

D. S. Morrill. Farmville. 
H. P. Moseley, Farmville. 
J. E. Nobles. Greenville. 
K. B. Pace. Greenville. 
L. C. Skinner. Greenville. 
Jos. Smith. Greenville. 

G. H. Sumrell. Ayden. 

Wm. Whitfield, Grifton. R. 1. 

W. M. Willis. Farmville. 

POLK COUNTY. 
Earle. Grady. Tryon. 
W. T. Head. Melvin Hill. 
J. 0. Hooper. Saiuda. 
M. C. Palmer. Tryon. 

E. M. Salley. Saluda. 

RANDOLPH COUNTY. 

F. E. Asbury. Asheboro. 

A. M. i,ulla, Asheboro, R. 2. 
J. D. Bulla. Trinity. R. 1. 
R. L. Caviness. Coleridge. 

F. C. Craven. Ramseur. 

G. A. Foster. Liberty. 
D. L. Fox. Randleman. 
L. M. Fox, Asheboro. 
Thos. I. Fox, Franklinville. 
C. A. Hayworth. Coleridge. 
T. L. Hehns, Seagrove. 

C. C. Hubbard. Farmer. 
J. V. Hunter. Asheboro. 

D. J. Johnson. Seagrove. 
VV. J. Moore. Asheboro. 
R. W. Myers. Fullers. 

R. D. Patterson. Liberty. 

C. H. Phillips, Thomasville. 

R. 4. 
A. H. Redding. Cedar Falls. 
O. W. Shellum, Stanley. 

F. A. Shephard. Liberty. R. 2. 
W. I. Sumner. Randleman. 
Chas. S. Tate. Ramseur. 

J. M. Thomlinson. Richdale. 
A. C. Whitaker. Julian. 
C E. Wilkerson, Randleman. 
T. R. Williams. Staley. 

RICHMOND COUNTY. 

G. C. Caddell. Hoffman. 
R. S. Cole. Rockingham. 
VV. P. Coppedge. Ellerbee: 

A. C. Everett. Ruckingham. 

R. F. I). 
Jno. I. Fovvlks, Hamlet. 
F. B. Garrett. Rockingham. 
F. J. Garrett. Rockingham. 
M. A. Hatcher. Hamlet. 
W. L. Howell. Ellerbee. 
W. D. James. Hamlet. 
II. F. Kinsman. Hamlet. 
J. M. Eedbetter. Rockingham. 
W. R. Mcintosh. Rockingham. 
J. M. Maness. Ellerbee. 
L. D. McPhail. Rockingham. 
Dr. Moncure. Hamlet. 
R. T. Nichols. Rockingham. 
J. S. Perry. Hamlet. 
F. D. Quick. Rockingham. 
J. H. Robinson. Hamlet. 
Wm. Calvin Terry. Hamlet. 
Win. P. Webb. Rockingham. 

ROBESON COUNTY. 

N. H. Andrews. Rowland. 
H. M. Baker. Lumberton. 
R. I. Beam. Lumberton. 

E. L. Bowman. McDonalds. 
J. P. Brown. Fairmont. 

T. W. Carmichael, Rowland. 
Thos. F. Costlier. Lumberton. 
D S. Currie. Parkton. 
W. E. Evans. Rowland. 
O. C. Faulk. Maxton. R. 3. 
H. B. Gibson, Red Springs. 
E. R. Hardin. Lumberton. 
If. H. Hodgin. Red Springs. 
W. T. Jenette. Marietta. 
T. C. Johnson, Lumberton. 
B F McMillan. Red Slum.' 



Jno. Knox. Jr.. Lumberton. 
G. W. Locklear, Pembroke. 
Howard Reely, Rowland. 
H. T. Pope. Lumberton. 
J. D. Quick, Lumberton. 
Jas. A. Martin, Lumberton. 
R. D. McMillan. Red Springs. 
J. L. McMillan. Red Springs. 

C. T. Poole. St. Pauls. 
J. F. Nash. St. Pauls. 

T. A. Norment. Lumberton. 
W. W. Parker. Lumberton. 
L E. Ricks. Fairmont. 
M. L. Perry.. Maxton. 
R. G. Rozier, Lumberton. 
T. Stamps. Lumber Bridge. 
J. O. McLelland. Maxton. 

F. H. Pittman. Fairmont. 
J. McN. Smith. Rowland. 

N A. Thompson. Lumberton. 
Dr. West. Fairmont. 
Dr. Watson. Maxton. 
J. M. Smith. Rowland. 

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 

M. B. Abernethy. Reidsville. 
J. H. Ault. Mayodan. 
Dr. Badgett. Ruffln. 
Thos. A. Booz. Stoneville. 

D. w. Courts. Reidsville. 

M. P. Cummings. Reidsville. 

D. C. Dicks. Madison. R. 3. 
J. F. Dicks. Stoneville. 

II. ('. Dickson. Madison. 

G. P. Dillard. Draper. 
Sam Ellington. Wentworth. 
Paul Fetzer, Mayodan. 

E. R. Grasty. Reidsville. 
H. H. Harrison. Mayodan. 
S. G. Jett. Reidsville. 

W. A. Johnston. Reidsville. 
M. H. McBryde. Reidsville. 
J. W. McGeehee. Reidsville. 
S. L Martin. Leaksville. 
R. C. Matherson. Madison. 
W. W. Matthews. Leaksville. 
R. C. Miller. Mavworth. 
Jno. B. Ray. Leaksville. 
E. E. Richardson. Leaksville. 
J. T. Stewart. Summerfield, 

R. 2. 
.las. Stockard. Reidsville. 

B. P. Stokes. Ruffln. 

T. G. Taylor. Leaksville. 

A. F. Tuttle. Spray. 

Ed. Warren. Leaksville. R. 2. 

J. E. Warren. Spray, 

.1. W. Watkins. Reidsville. 

(\ R. Wharton. Ruiiin. 

J. H. Thacker, Reidsville, R. i. 

.1. B. Wray, Leaksville. 

T. J. Taylor. Madison. 

S. E. Webb. Draper. 

Dr. Wells. Reidsville. 

W. P. Wilson. Madison. 

ROWAN COUNTY. 

C. W. Armstrong. Salisbury. 
O. R. Black, Landis. 

D. T. Roger, Rockwell. 

\v. c. , oyden. China Grove. 

Mason Brawley. Salisbury. 

It. V. Brawley, Salisbury 

C. E, Brown, Salisbury. R. 3. 

G. A. Brown. Mount 1'lla. 

.1. G. Busby, Sprncer. 

J. D. Carlton. Salisbury. 

G. W. Choat, Salisbury. 

I', w. Coi . Gold Hill. 

Wm. A. Coleman, Salisbury. 

J. is. Council, Salisbury. 

R, L. Cowan, Salisbury. R. 2. 

r. i,. Daniels. Salisbury. 

r,. o. Edwards. Landis. 

I'. A. Ellis. Salisbury. 

N. N. finning. Cleveland. 

L, A. Gibson. Landis. 

ii g iiciiig. Salisbury. 

J E Lc. Woodleaf. 



B W Mi i irv. 

W. W. Mel ury. 

ll. L Monk, Salisbury. 

I. Mi airy. 

II. ii. Newman, Salisbury. 
.in. i. ii i'. 

i . ,\ IC i 

R. L. Ramsay, E 

Wm. Shaver, St* 

F. G. Si i 

w. C. Slate, Si 

B. B. Smith, Ea I Si 

C. E. Smith. Sail bury. 

F. B. 

I. ]•;. Stokes, Salisbury. 
E. M. Mummerel. <'i' 

H 2. 
c \i. Van Poole, Salisbury. 

It. M. Wi I irv. 

J. W. Whitehead, Salisbury. 

\v w Ison, Salisbury 

s p Wrbrht. Salisbury. 

RUTHERFORD COUNTY. 
■I M. Allhands. l I 
R. M. Andrews. B 
M. ii. Biggs. Butherfordton. 

W. C. r. 

L B. Buckhannon, Union 

Mills. 
R ll. Crawfi rd, Ruthi rfi i 
Amos <>. Duncan, Henrii 
Chas. Gold. Kllenhoro. 
T. v. Goode, Rutherford Col- 

lepe. 
L. B. Ilarrill. Carol. -en. 
Romeo Hicks, n 
W. ll. F. Logan, Rutherfor. 
T C Lovi 

T. C McB I rest City. 

Eenry Norris. B 

G. P. it Id. I 

\ \ Km. i er i 

h \. Schenck, Rutherfordton. 

Marvin Scruggs. Rutherfordton. 

J. R. Tb. a. Bo Ic I! 1 

W A. Thompson, Ruth. ■ 

ton. 
.1. C. Tuinv Rutherfordl 
C. B. Wiseman, Hem 

SAMPSON COUNTY. 
T. C. Bullock, Autryvllle. 
G. ('. Beard, K 
B F. Butler. Clinton. 
Paul Crumpler. Clinton. 
E. T HollingBWorth. Clinton. 
J. D, Kerr. Clinton. 
A M. Lee. cinnon. 
i Matthls. Insold. 
J. u Parker. Clinl 
\ \ m.. nai d, Kerr. 
O. L. Parker. Clinton. 
E T. Sessom. C 
William E, sioan. Garland 
G I. Svkes, SalembuTR. 
i Cleveland Tui llnRl < ■ 
ii i: i ndei wi 
It. B, Wilson. \ wton ( ; 

SCOTLAND COUNTY. 
M. B. Cannady, LaurinburR. 
E. A. law in. LaurinburR. 
B. F. Falls. LaurinburR. 
,i. M Gardner, Gil. son. 
Jno. s, Gibson, Gi 
\ E .lacks.. n. LaurinburR. 
F p, James, LaurinburR. 
p John Laurlnbura, 
l ■: a i G 

\ ".i M ' \\ i 'mm. 

Peter McL an, LaurinburR, 
■ lini Fan-. Gil. son. 
Ii. m Prlnci i.' i"g. 

H ' : SI 

.1. w w irel Hill 

STANLY COUNTY 

,i a ah. n Mi ■• London. 
.i \ \),,i. Ubemarle, 

i: \ Branch, Nom 



PRACTICING PHYSICIANS 



J I. Campbell. Norwood. 
15. P. Cox. Palmerville. 
L. V. Dunlap. Albemarle. 
W. C. Fitzgerald. Albemarle. 
.1 (' Hall. Albemarle. 
P. E. Hartsell, Oakboro. 
T. A. Hathcock. Norwood. 
\V. I. Hill. Albemarle. 
R. W. Ivey. New London. 
J. F. Laton. Albemarle. 

C. M LentZ. Albemarle, 
n. 15. Moore. Badln. 
\V. T. Rainey. Badin. 
W T. Shaver. Badln. 

D. P. Whitley. Albemarle. 

STOKES COUNTY. 



Holman Bernard. Pinnacle. 
Wade H. Bvnum. Germanton. 
J. H. Ellington. Sandy Ridge. 
Elias Fuln. Walnut Cove. 
E. M. Griffin. King. 
J. L. Hanes. Pine Hall. 
C. I,. Helsabeck. Mixpah. 
R. S. Helsabeck. Mizpah. 
A. G. .Tones. Walnut Cove. . 
W L McCanless. Danbury. 
W. V. McCanless. Danbury. 
S. A. Moir. Francisco. 
R H Morefleld. Westfleld. 
J W. Neal. Walnut Cove. R. 3. 
M. D. Phillips. Dalton. 
A. 3. Pringle. Campbell. 
J W. Slate. Walnut Cove. 
G. E. Stone. Tobaccoville. 
.T R Shreves. Germanton. 
.T W. Slate. Walnut Cove. 
S F. Tillotson. King. R. 1. 
R G Tuttle. Walnut Cove. 
R. T. Tuttle. Walnut Cove. 

SURRY COUNTY. 

E. C. Ashby. Mount Airy. 
T. B. Ashby. Mount Airy. 
J M. Flippiii. Mount Airy. 
R. E. L. Flinnin. Pilot Mtn. 
G. T. Divers. Mount Airy. 

C. A. Baird. Mount Airy. 

R, D. Flippin. Pilot Mtn.. R. 1. 
R. S. Flippin. Westfleld. 
S T. Flippin. Siloam. 
R. R. Folger. Dodson. 
Ira S. Gambill. Dobson. 
R. R. Garvey. State Road. 
E. M. Hollingsworth. Mount 

R. E. Hollingsworth. Mount 

Airy. 
Dr. Hege. Mount Airy. 
R M. Lancaster. Dobson. 
Moir S. Martin. Mount Airy. 
L. .1. Moorefleld. Mount Airy. 
J. M. Reece. Elkin. 
J. W. Ring. Elkin. 
H. B. Rowe. Mount Airy. 
M. A. Rovall. Elkin. 
H. C. Salmons. Elkin. 
J P.. Smith. Pilot Mtn. 
,T. T Smith. Westfleld 
W. M. Stone. Dobson. 
W. S. Taylor. Mount Airy. 
Dr. Turner, Elkin. 
W. R. Welborn. Elkin. 
L. L. Williams. Mount Airy. 
.T L. Woltz. Mount Airy. 
T. H. Worrell. Mount Airy. 

SWAIN COUNTY. 

A. M. Bennett. Bryson City. 
P. R. Bennett. Bryson City. 

D. R. Brvson. Bryson City. 
W. H. Clark. Dorse.v. 

J. A. Cooper. Almond. 
J. P. DeHart. Bryson Citv. 
Dr. Gill. Smokemont. 
R. D. Holt. Cherokee. 
J. F. Ritter. Fontana. 
J H. Teague. Whittier. 
H. W. Tidmarsh. Whittier. 



.T. L. Reeves. Ravensford. 
Dr. RUES. Fontana. 
J. F. Riter. Fontana. 
J. G. Storie. Proctor. 

TRANSLYVANIA COUNTY. 

E. Li. English. Roseman. 
E. s. English, Brevard. 
C. Grimshaw. Sapphire. 
C. W. Hunt. Brevard. 
M. M. King, Brevard. 
A. E. Lvdav. Penrose. 
W. M. Lvdav. Brevard. 
W. J. Wallis. Brevard. 

TYRRELL COUNTY. 

A. J. Cahoon. Columbia. 

B. W. Cohn. Columbia. 

C. A. Flowers, Columbia. 

UNION COUNTY. 

R. Armfleld. Marshwille, R. 1. 

J. E. Ashcraft. Monroe. 

Watt Ashcraft. Monroe. 

J. W. Bailey, Mineral Springs. 

.1. M. Belk. Monroe. 

J. M. Blair. Monroe. 

M. P. Blair. Marshville. 

T. E Craig. Waxhaw. 

H. H. Creft. Monroe. 

J. Y. Fitzgerald. Indian Trail. 

R. H. Garren. Monroe. 

L E. Guion. Waxhaw. 

.T. R Jerome. Wineate. 

W. M. Lov. T'nionville. 

J. S. Massey. Monroe. 

W. R. McCain. Waxhaw. 

G. B. Nance, Monroe. 

A. D. N. Whitlev. ITnionville. 

H. D. Stewart, Monroe. 

S. A. Stevens. Monroe. 

R. L. Payne. Monroe. 

D. R. Perkins. Marshville. 
G. C. Pruitt. Monroe 

E. J. Williams. Movroe. R. 1 
G. M. Smith. Monroe. 

J. W. Neal. Monroe. 

VANCE COUNTY. 

D. C. Absher. Henderson. 
Beni. G. Allen. Henderson. 
R. S. Bailey. Henderson. 
H. H. Pass. Henderson. 

J. E. Baxter. Henderson. 
S. M. B°ckford. Henderson. 
W. B. Chapin. Townsville. 
Goode Cheatham. Henderson. 
N. H. Crews. Henderson. 

E. V Farmer. Henderson. 
W. H. Furman. Henderson. 
R. F. Gill. Henderson. 

D. W. Hardee. He"d j rson. 

F. P. Harris. Henderson. 
E J. Kehoe. Henderson. 
J. E. Lovell. Klttrell. 

L. C. Mcintosh. Henderson. 
H. A. Newell. Henderson. 
R. T. Unchurch- Henderson. 
.T. M. Wells. Middleburg. 
.Tno. W. Wheeler Henderson. 
C. D. Wyehe. Dabney. 
WAKE COUNTY. 

R. K. Adams. Raleigh. 
C. O. Abernethy. Raleigh. 
Jas. Allen. Wendell. 
Albert Anderson. Raleigh. 
Spright Barbee. Zebu'on. 
K. P. Battle. Paleigh. 
O. D. Baxter. Raleigh. 
Carl M. Bell. Raleigh 

G. M. Bell. Wakefield. 

N. M. Blalock. McCullers. 

R. F. D. 
H. M. Bonner. Raleigh. 
L T, Buchanan. .Ir.. Raleigh. 
J. S. Buffalo. Garner. 
B. W. Burt. New Hill. R. 1. 
A. C. Camnbell. Raleigh. 

E. D. D. Carroll. Raleigh. 



Z. M. Caveness. Raleigh. 

M. C. Chamblee. Wakefield. 

C. E. Cheek. Fuauav Springs. 

J. R. Crozier. Raleigh. 

C. J. Edwards. Cary. 

0. E. Finch. Apex. 

Chas. E. Flowers. Zebulon. 

M. L. Fowler. Zebulon. 

R. H. Freeman. Raleigh. 

M. R. Gibson. Raleigh. 

Harold Glasscock. Raleigh. 

T. A. Griffin. Wendell. 

A. W. Goodwin. Raleigh. 

J. M. Harper. Zebulon. 

H. B. Haywood. Jr.. Raleigh. 

Hubert Haywood. Sr.. Raleigh. 

J. R. Hester. Knightsdale. 

S. P. Holding. Wake Forest. 

M. C. Horton. Raleigh. 

W. C. Horton. Raleigh. 

J. P. Hunter. Cary. 

Tom Jefferies, Wake Forest. 

Chas. L. Jenkins. Raleigh. 

R. W. Johnson. Apex. 

E. H. Jones, Raleigh. 

T. M. Jordon. Raleigh. 

E. C. Judd. Raleigh. 
J. M. Judd. Cardenas. 

F. D. Kitchin. Wake Forest. 
A. W. Knox, Raleigh. 

E. J. Lawrence, Raleigh. 

E. F. Long. Raleigh. 

J R. Lowerv. Raleigh. 

J J. L. McCullers. McCullers. 

C. F. McDowell. Zebulon. 

J. W. McGee. Jr.. Raleigh. 

.Tno. S. McKee. Raleigh. 

J. L. Moore. Wendell. 

Kemp Neal. Raleigh. 

Paul N. Neal. Raleigh. 

R. P. Noble. Raleigh. 

J. H. Norman. Raleigh. 

J. R. Outlaw, Zebulon. 

J. A. J. Penny. Neuse. 

J. J. Phillips, Raleigh. 

Dr. Phillips. Wake Forest. 

J. B. Powers. Sr. . Wake Forest. 

I M. Proctor. Raleigh. 

O. L Ray, Raleigh, R. F. 1 

A. E. Riggsbee. Morrisville. 

F. B. Roberts, W. Raleigh. 
J. R. Rogers. Raleigh. 
Albert S. Root. Raleigh. 

H. A. Rovster. Raleigh. 

W. I. Royster. Raleigh. 

A. T. Russell, Wendell. 

L P. Sorrell. Raleigh. R.F.D 6. 

S. P. Sorrell. Raleigh. R. 6. 

W. W. Stancell. Raleigh. 

J. M. Temnleton. Cary. 

S. W. Thompson. Neuse. 

Henry Turner. Raleigh. 

H. P. ITnderhill. Wendell. 

J. B. Watson. Raleigh. 

L. N. West. Raleigh. 

Chas. B. Wilkerson. Raleigh. 

T. E. Wilkerson. Raleigh. 

P. H. Williams. Raleigh. 

J. T. Wortham, Raleigh. 

J. B. Wright. Raleigh. 

L. B. Young. Wake Forest. 

WARREN COUNTY. 

T. H. Haywood. Warrenton. 
Thos. J. Holt. Wise. 
Dr. Horton. Macon. 

G. H. Macon. Warrenton. 
N. D. Morton. Norlina. 
F. H. Packard. Norlina. 
C. H. Pette. Warrenton. 

W. D. Rodgers. Warrenton. 
T. B. Williams. Ridaewav. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

W. A. Williams. Leander. 
T. L Bray. Plymouth. 

A. W. Disosway . Plymouth. 

B. F. Halsev. Roper. 



PRACTICING DENTISTS 



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W. H. Hardison. Creswell. 
J. L. Hassell. Creswell. 
C. McGowan, Plymouth. 
L. Mitchell. Plymouth. 
John W. Speight. Roper. 
W. II. Ward. Plymouth. 

WATAUGA COUNTY. 
McG. Andrews. Boone. 

E. F. Bingham. Amantha. 

G. D. Bingham. Sugar Grove. 
B. K. Bingham. Boone. 
Robt. Bingham. Boone. 
\V. O. Bingham. Sugar Grove. 
R. H. Hardin. Shulls Mills. 
J. E. Brooks. Blowing Rock. 
J. B. Phillips. Sugar Grove. 

F. M. Greer. Mabel. 
J. W. Jones. Boone. 

H B. Perry. Valle Cruris. 
W J Lowe. Watauga Falls. 
W. J. Love, Watauga Falls. 

WAYNE COUNTY. 

G. B. Benton, Fremont. 
M. T. Bizzell, Goldsboro. 
W. H. Bryant, Goldsboro. 
I. M. Cashell, Goldsboro. 
W. H. Cobb, Goldsboro. 
W. B. Crawford, Goldsboro. 
O. C. Daniels, Goldsboro. 
A. J. Ellington, Goldsboro. 
W. W. Faison, Goldsboro. 
J. E. Fort. Goldsboro. 

T. L. Ginn. Goldsboro. 
E. T. Gordon. Goldsboro. 
L. O. Hayes. Fremont. 
Henderson Irwin. Eureka. 
H. B. Ivey. Goldsboro. 
J. N. Johnson. Goldsboro. 
Clara E. Jones. Goldsboro. 
T. F. Jones. Eureka. 
C. L. Lassiter.- Fremont. 
R. B. Miller. Goldsboro. 
C. C. Henderson. Mount Olive. 
J. E. Moore. Mount Olive. 
G. B. Morris. Mount Olive. 
S F Park-r. Mou-it Olive. 
J. E. Patrick. Seven Sorines. 
E C Person. Pikeville. 
Jos. Edgar Person. Pikeville. 
Heck Person. Goldsboro. 
Hickman Ray. Goldsboro. 



Monto Rivers. Mount Olive. 
K. A. Smith. Goldsboro. 
\v. II. Smith. Goldsboro. 
Jno. Stoicer, Coldsboro. 
H W. Suiter. Goldsboro. 
Win. Spicer. Goldsboro. 
\V. ('. Ste< le. Mount Olive. 
C. F. Strosnlder. Goldsboro. 
W. G. Sutton, Seven Springs. 
Mel. Tatum. Mount Olive. 
M. M. Tatum. Mount Olive. 

W. T. Turlington, Fremont 
J \V. Wilkins, Mount Olive. 
Albert H. Zealey. Goldsboro. 

WILKES COUNTY. 
J. W. Choat, Ronda. 

11. C. Douthitt. Roaring River. 

J. E. Duncan. N. Wilkesboro. 

A. J. Ella. Ready Branch. 

F. II. Gilreath, N. Wilkesboro. 

L. A. Hauser. N. Wilkesboro. 

T. H. Higgins. Trap Hill. 

W. P. Horton. N. Wilkesboro. 

L. A. Hauser. N. Wilkesboro 

W. McK. Hunter. Hayes. 

E. M. Hutchens. N. Wilkes- 
boro. 

C. S. Sink. N. Wilkesboro. 

L. P. Somers. New Castle. 

Bryan SDicer. McGradv. 

W. A. Tavlor. N. Wilkesboro. 

W. R. Triplett. Purlear. R. 1. 

J. M. Turner. N. Wilkesboro. 

J. W. White. Wilkesboro. 
WILSON COUNTY. 

W. H. Anderson. Wilson. 

W. S. Anderson. Wilson. 

B. F. Barnes. Elm City. 

C. H. Barron. Elm City. R. 1 
Henrv Best. Wilson. 

Geo. M. Brooks. Elm City. 
S. H. Crocker. Stantonsburz. 

E. T. Dickenson. Wilson. 

C. E. Eagles. Wilson. R. 4. 
John F. Foster. Bailey. 
L. V. Grady. Wilson. R. 2. 
B H Hackney. Lucama. 

F. S. Hargraves, Wilson. 
F W. Hargraves. Wilson. 
B S. Herring. Wilson. 

N B. Herring. Wilson. 



ii. K. Hoover, 

B. ii. Johi 

I w. Lamm. l.u<uma. 

P P Lai 

G \\ I 

E. C mi 

w p U II 1. 

Geo W Mlti i I W 

W \- Mitel 

C. E. Moore, Wl 

B. G. Moor,-. Elm I 
k l Moore, u 

ii G Perry. « 

T i; Person. :rg. 

ii. ii. Powell int. 

k. ii Putney, Elm I 

\i Sallba, Wl 

G A Smith, Black Creek. 

L. J. Smith, w 

E. L. Strickland. Wilson. 

C. I. \- 

A. F. Williams. Wilson. 

C. A. W lard, Wilson. 

YADKIN COUNTY. 
C. G. Bryant. Vadkinville. B. 1. 
G. u. Bryant. JonesvUle. 
J. J Cllngman, cana. R. 1. 
V. F. Couch, STadMnville, 
J. R. Finney, I 

S. A. Harding. Yadkinvil! K 
S. A. Harding. Yadkinvtll. Ill 
T. R Harding. Vadkinville. 
W G. Leak. El 
S. L. Russell. Vadkinville. It. 1 
S L aussell Vadkinville. R. 1. 
W E. Rut ledge. Vadkinville. 
T. w. Shore. Boonville. 

YANCEY COUNTY. 
Will Bennett, Bald Creek. 
J B Ewinn. BurnsviUe, 

.1 M Fair.hild C -lo. 
J B. Gribhs, Burnsrllle. 
Dr. McCurrle I 
w. ('. McCurry. Murrhlson. 
I. N. McLean. Murrhison. 
w A. Peck. Ramseytown. 
Will Peek. Ramseytown. 
J. L Rav. Bumsvtlle 

W B. Robertson. BurnsviUe. 
W C. Towe. Paint Gap. 



Practicing Dentists 



Allen, T. S., Farmville. 
Alexander, C. L., Charlotte. 
Adams. J. Q.. Fayetteville. 
Abernethv. A. D., Granite Falls. 
Aycock, B. L.. Princeton. 
Ashburn, T. F., Liberty. 
Allen R. T. , Lumberton. 
Anderson, F. J., Winston- 
Salem. 
Almond, C. T., Andrews. 
Adams, A. J., Durham. 
Anderson, R. P., Mocksville. 
Anderson. B. R., Denton. 
Anally. C. W., Madison. 
Albright. Geo. B.. Spencer. 
Allen. T. I., Charlotte. 
Adams. C. A.. Jr., Durham. 
Aiken, J. L., Pickens. 
Bland. A. 1!.. Warsaw- 
Baldwin. A. M.. Wilmington. 
Battle, J. J., Rocky Mount. 
Barnett, O. J. G.. Spencer. 
Bardin, Jas. B., Chadbourn. 
Brooks, S. O., Charlotte. 
Baird. C. D.. Franklin. 
Butler, S. E., Warsaw 
Bennett. C. C, Asheville. 
Branch, E. A., Norwood. 
Bender, O. .T., Pollocksville. 
Brown, B. W., Tarboro. 



Blanchard, Dexter, Raleigh. 
Bryan, Chas. H., Apex. 
Boyette, J. M.. Southport. 
Boyles, A. V., Dallas. 
Brooks, J. H.. Burlington. 
Benbow, L. W., Winston- 
Salem. 
Burton, A. S.. New Bern. 
Bingham, J. P.. Carthage. 

Bess. C. M., Statesville. 
Beam, C. M., Asheville. 

Butler, J. R . Dunn. 

Brown. IT. H.. Laurlnburg. 

Iiarber. A. D., Sanford. 

Barker, O. C, Asheville. 

Bone, A. C, Rocky Mount. 

Botts, J. S.. Greensboro. 

Cass. C. D., Raleigh. 

r.anks. C. if . Louishurg. 
Booth. R. S., Warrenton 
Bollard. T. P., Roseboro. 
Bell W V., Asheville. 
Bain. C. D . Dunn. 
Baker. It. IV. King's Mountain 
Biven S. B.. Cliarlotte. 
Berryhill, A M . Charlotte. 
Burks, R. It.. Marshall. 
Black J. W.. Rocky Mount. 
Broughton, B. n . lui.-igh. 

Bingham. L. B., Boon.- 



Banner. .1 E . Mount Airy. 
Blalock. .1. A . Jack 
Bi am, a P a bevl 
Brown, W. I . Greenville 

Bobbltt, S. I. . Monroe 

Barnard. G C KannapolU 

Bule, L. E.. Red Springs. 

Bennett, J. O.. Aaherllle 

Bell. V. E . Raleigh 

! | M I I Wl 

Bumgardner, E ' ■ ■ 
\: ickburn, C. a . Wli 

Salem. 
Barnes, V M . Wilson. 
i-rvuii. i u Oxford. 
w i: . w. \. 
Click. E <: . Blkln, 
Coble I. <■ ■ ' 
Carroll, N. , Ralelgn 
Crews u w . ThomasriiM 
Carson u B"., HendersonrUle 
Couch, n H ■ I lkll > 

('line. W It M 

Carr, Geo \ Durham, 

Cobb, A .1.11 

Clayton. W t , HUb Polnl 
Cobb w . Wlnston-Batom 
Craven A W., Boonville. 
Clarke U h P.. Wilmington 
Coffey l M • Unoolnton 



84 



PRACTICING DENTISTS 



Coleman. P. H., Wilmington. 

Cromartie, A. S., Fayetteville. 

Cox, Ella B„ Badin. 

Carlton, J. W., Spencer. 

Clarke, J. D., New Bern. 

Cole, JR. S., Rockingham. 

Cone, P. B., Williamston. 

Conrad, W. J., Winston -Salem. 

Current, W. C, Statesville. 

Coltrane, J. P., Zebulon. 

Croom, Jas. D., Maxton. 

Cromartie, H. R., Raeford. 

Cripliver, W. L., Lexington. 

Carlton, J. D., Salisbury. 

Chambers, E. O., Asheville. 

Chamberlain, C. II., Mur- 
freesboro. 

Cook, Frederick C, Elizabeth 
City. 

Culbreth, N. A., Wilmington. 

Campbell, T. A., Aberdeen. 

Campbell, J. F., Badin. 

Carr, H. C, Durham. 

Crutchfleld, J. G., Asheboro. 

Chamblee, P. G., Spring Hope. 

Cromwell, A. L., Winston- 
Salem. 

Carr, R. L., Greenville. 

Chamberlain, E. H., Rocking- 
ham. 

Currie. N. K., Tabor. 

Castlebury, F. D., Raleigh. 

Carr, I. N., Durham. 

Casey, R. P.. Blowing Rock. 

Carpenter, W. W., Bennetts- 
ville. 

Crank, C. J., Roanoke Rapids. 

Cheek, Joss M., Asheville. 

Carter, Geo. K., Taylorsville. 

Crawford. Dean H., Marion. 

Choate, E. C, Cooleemee. 

Davenport, L. J., Wilmington. 

Davis, I. H., Oxford. 

Davis, Frank W., Asheville. 

Daniel, H. C, Salisbury. 

Dreher, J. H., Wilmington. 

Dardin, P. I.. Mount Olive. 

Dameron, L. L., New Bern. 

Douglas, S. E., Raleigh. 

Daniels, L. M., Aberdeen. 

Dowd. J. L. , Carthage. 

Dunston, Chas. A., Raleigh. 

Davis, W. R.. Whiteville. 

Dupree, L. J., Lillington. 

Dula. A. M. , Black Mountain. 

Deyton. T. W. . Green Mountain. 

Durham, ,T. H., Wilmington. 

Dawkins, Chas. D., Greensboro. 

DeLaney, H. B., Jr., Raleigh. 

Davis, Thos. F. , Boonville. 

Edwards, Z. L., Washington. 

Edwards, M. A., Kernersville. 

Ezzell, W. L. . Concord. 

Edge. C. E.. Rocky Mount. 

Ellington, R. H., Salisbury. 

Edwards. R. H., Morganton. 

Evans, F. A., Asheville. 

Evans, G. G.. Raleigh. 

Evans, Ed. J., Asheville. 

Elerbee, J. H., Rockingham. 

Everett, J. B., Murfreesboro. 

Edwards, J. R., Fuquay Springs 

Eringhaus, E. , Hendersonville. 

Edwards, A. C. , Lawndale. 

Edwards. L. M., Durham. 

Edmondson. J. R. , Wilson. 

Evans. Geo. J., Asheville. 

Fleming, A. H.. Louisburg. 

Finch, S. J.. Oxford. 

Frazier, T. T.. Oxford. 

Fitzgerald, Paul. Greenville. 

Frink. B. L. , Asheville. 

Fitzgerald, W. C. Albemarle. 

Frost. J. S., Burlington. 



Foreman, J. W. , Asheville. 
Faulkner, T. H.. Kinston. 
Folger, R. R.. Dobson. 
Foushee, L M., Jonesboro. 
Fauc.'tte, J. W., Asheville. 
Falls, P. R., Gastonia, 
Fox. L. S., Charlotte. 
Fulton, Jos. , Asheville. 
Fields, Paisley, Durham. 
Fort. C. D. II., Oxford. 
Farrell, R. M., Pittsboro. 
Fleming, J. M., Raleigh. 
Frontis, Shelton. Mooresville. 
Frazier. A. E. , High Point. 
Fisher, W. R. , Concord. 
Frye, R. A., Pilot Mountain. 
Ford, S. C, Franklinton. 
Foster, H. K. , Greensboro. 
Funderburk, Kemp, Monroe. 
Fuquay, C. G., Coats. 
Geddie, C. H., Winston-Salem. 
Gregory, S. W., Elizabeth City. 
Grigg, T. O., Shelby. 
Gettys. J. H., Forest City. 
Gardner, J. M., Gibson. 
Gorham, L. R. , Rocky Mount. 
Grigg. M. W., Shelby 
Garrison, P. T., Mebane. 
Gallagher. R. T., Washington. 
Green?, E., Wilmington. 
Greene, E. S., Jr., Monroe. 
Gray. W. F., Wadesboro. 
Gregg, J. D., Liberty. 
Gibson, H. B., Red Springs. 
Geddy. E. R., Westminster. 
Geor, J. L., Rutherfordton. 
Griffin, E. J., Edenton. 
Gibbs, W. D., Carthage. 
Graham. R. F., Rowland. 
Gambill, J. C. West Jefferson. 
Graham, C. A.. Ramseur. 
Gibson, J. L. , Laurinburg. 
Hamilton, E. S., Charlotte. 
Harding. A. S., Mocksville. 
Holland. N. T., Smithfield. 
Highsmithh. Chancey, Enfield. 
Hargrove, F. E.. Canton. 
Hasty, Vance, Charlotte. 
Hunt. R. L. . Lattimore. 
Hauser, L. A., N. Wilkesboro. 
Hurdle, Jos. H., Mebane. 
Holland. J. M., Statesville. 
Hunter, A. S., Durham. 
Hurdle, J. A., Milton. 
Hearn, W. L. , Rocky Mount. 
Herring. H. C. , Concord. 
Hicks, J. J., Hickory. 
Hutchinson, C. R.. Wain it 

Cove. 
Hendrix, H. M. , Beaufort. 
Harper, C. C, Kinston. 
Hilliard. S. P., Rocky Mount. 
Holt, J. B., Cherryville. 
Hargrove. L. M. , Wilmington. 
Hooper, L. J., Asheville. 
Hawes. I. L., Rose Hill. 
Henley, F. A., High Point. 
Henderson, H. C, Charlotte. 
Haynes, F. K., Charlotte. 
Harding. II. G.. Mocksville. 
Hall. C. B., Hillsboro. 
Hoffman. M. E., Ash"ville. 
Hester, O. H. , Hickory. 
Hartsell, W. K., Greensboro 
Hull,. P. C, Charlotte. 
Howie. E. B., Raleigh. 
Huston, W. B. . Monroe. 
Hollingsworth, W. M. , Mount 

Airy. 
Hooks, Oscar. Wilson. 
Horton, P. E.. Winston-Salem. 
Hall, B. F., Asheville. 
Hester, J. N., Madison. 
Hoyle, I. H. , Henderson. 



Hamlin, J. J., High Point. 
Humphrey, L. M., Greensboro. 
Hayes, W. A., High Point 
Henderson, L. V., Henderson. 
Hair, L. G., Fayetteville. 
Holland, A. B., Caroleen. 
Hoffman. J. S., Charlotte. 
Hicks, R. C. , Lawndale. 
Higgins, W. H., Franklin. 
Hamilton, S. J., Burnsville. 
Hicks, D. N., I'akersville. 
Harmon. E. E., Statesville. 
Hunt, F. L., Asheville. 
Hunter, E. W., Sanford. 
Howie. E. B., Raleigh. 
Holland. J. M., Statesville. 
Herr, Geo. G., Southern Pines. 
Horton, H. I*.., Winston-Salem. 
Harris, T. W., Norlina. 
Hunt, Jas. K., Jonesboro. 
Hicks, F. B., Hickory. 
Holcomb, D. W., Elkin. 
Holiday, G. W., Wake Forest. 
Hand, W. L. New Bern. 
Horton, S. R., Raleigh. 
Harrell, R. B., Elkin. 
Harris, M. H., Elizabeth City. 
Hedge, H. R. . Mount Airy. 
High, D. P.. Wilmington. 
Huston, W. C. , Concord. 
Howev. E. W., Warsaw. 
Harper, W. B., Nashville. 
Herring, G. F. , Mount Olive. 
Ivey, Robt. W. . New London. 
Ihrie, J. H.. Wendell. 
Jackson, Wilbert, Clinton. 
Jameison, I. W., Charlotte. 
Jarrett. R. J., Dillsboro. 
Jeter, I. P., Morganton. 
Johnson, L. J., - Middlesex. 
.Toyner, O. L. , Kernersville. 
Jones, E. D., West Jefferson. 
Johnson. W. B., Selma. 
Jones, P. E. . Farmville. 
Jordan. H. W. , Belmont. 
Johnson, B. M. , Jacksonville. 
Jernigan, J. A., Dunn. 
Johnson. A. H., Greensboro. 
Judd, J. H., Fayetteville. 
Johnson, J. N. , Goldsboro. 
Jenkins, C. E. , Scotland Neck. 
Justice, Z. K., Davidson. 
Johnson, F. C. Lexington. 
Jones, R. H.. Winston-Salem. 
.Tones. W. F., N. Wilkesboro. 
Justice. M. L. , Marion. 
Jacobs. J. M. . Roxobel. 
Kernodle, J. F. , Greensboro. 
Keerns, J. L , Charlotte. 
Keith, H. L., -Wilmington. 
Keel. H. L. , Tarboro. 
Keech, Jas. P., Tarboro. 
Keiger, C. C. Charlotte. 
Koonce, E. T., Wilmington. 
Kibler, W. L., Charlotte. 
Kelley, J. H., Charlotte. 
King, D. D. . Lumberton. 
Krueger, Louis G., Charlotte. 
Keel, D. F., Scotland Neck. 
Lineberger. H. O., Raleigh. 
Levy, . Sam, Charlotte. 
Lockhart, D. K., Durham. 
Lewis, B. L. , Roseboro. 
Lipscomb, C. T., Greensboro. 
Lee, C. O., Winston -Salem. 
Lawson, Jas. I.. Wadesboro. 
Lee, E. G., Clinton. 
Lazenby, G. A., Statesville. 
Lawrence, E. N.. Raleigh. 
Leggett. J. L. Hertford. 
Liner, W. H., Waynesville. 
Lynch. W-. Chapel .Hill. 
Lennon, C. H., Rowland. 
Little, J. B., Hickory. 



PRACTICING DENTISTS 



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CAREY J. HUNTER, Pres. B. S. JERMAN, V.-Pres. V. 0. PARKER, V.-P. and Treat. 

THE 

Parker-Hunter Realty Co. 

Insurance and Real Estate 

RALKKiH, N. C. 



Little. R. A. 
Long. W. S, 



, Asheville. 
Graham. 



Long, H. S^, Graham. 

Jr., Atkinson. 
Rutherfordton. 



Lewis, \V. H. 
Lewis, 0. P.. 
Medford, N. M., Canton. 
Murphy. R. H., Mebane. 
Murry, H. V., Burlington. 
Murphy, W. R., Farmville. 
Moore, L. J., St. Pauls. 
Marler, J. G.. Yadkinville. 
Martin, C. L., Madison. 
Millner, B. L., Draper. 
Maddox, N. P., Asheville. 
Martin, W. T., Benson. 
Morrow, R. M., Burlington. 
Moore, O. L., Lenoir. 
Moore, J. A., Lumberton. 
Morrison, R. J.. Cherryville. 
Morey, A. H., Hendersonville. 
Morse, Rosebud, East Bend. 
Mann, H. L., Lake Landing. 
Manning, M. P., Robersonville 
Milliken, J. B., Pittsboro. 
Mason, P. H., Wallburg. 
Morrison, B. R., Wilmington. 
Macon, F. A., Henderson. 
Maasey, L. M., Zebulon. 
Miller, Chas. I., Albemarle. 
Montgomery, J. B., Wilming- 
ton. 
Mizzell, W. G.. Windsor. 
Meador, Jas. R., Reidsville. 
Mann, L. H., Washington. 
Moss, H. A., Marshall. 
Malone, S. E., Goldsboro. 
Mann, I. M., Asheville. 
Matthews, A., Black Mountain. 
Mercer, W. C Durham. 
Moseley, W. H., Charlotte. 
Meredith, L. J., Wilmington. 
Motgomery, D. O., Statesville. 
Minges, C. E., Rocky Mount. 
Muse. J. D., Cameron. 
Mann. B. D.. Jr., Enfield. 
Mizzell, D. B., Windsor. 
Malone, R. W„ Durham. 
Moose, E. W., Taylorsville. 
Mendenhall. F. C. Clemmons. 
Miller, A. C, Concord. 
Masten, Guy M., Winston- 
Salem. 
McKay, S. R., Fayetteville. 
McKaughan, I. II.. Gastonia. 
McCall, C. S., Cliffside. 
McCracken. F. W., Sanford. 
McLean, Graham. McDowell, 
McCracken, J. T., Durham. 
McPhail, Isaiah. Hamlet. 
McKeown. L. E., Stanley. 
MeFall, E. W., Fayetteville. 
McAllister, R. A., Fayetteville 
McMillan, E. A., Henderson- 
ville.' 



McBrayer, M.. Jr., Andn 
McLaughlin. R. H., Charlotte. 
McGuire, D. D., Sylva. 
McGuire, W. P., Sylva. 
McConnell, D. E., Gastonia. 
Mclver, D. C. Oxford. 
McKaughan, W. R., Kerners- 

ville. 
McKinney, J. T., Florence. 
McLean, J. H. , Brevard. 
McCall, S. H., Troy. 
McClung. .1. A., Winston-Salem. 
McDowell, C. H., WaynesviUe. 
M.Manus, C. E.. High Point. 
McRae, W. L, Red Springs. 
McMillan. M. T., Goldsboro. 
MrDiarmid, N. M., Raeford. 
Nichols, R. T., Rockingham. 
Nicholson, J. H., Harmony. 
Nurse, A. S., Durham. 
Newton, Alex, Forest City. 
Neel, J. M., Salisbury. 
Norris, C. P.. Durham. 
Neshet, T. P., Albemarle. 
Nissen, E. C, Winston- Salem. 
Norris, S. P., Raleigh. 
Nance, A. W., Clarkton. 
Nixon, Henry E. . Edenton. 
Osborne, J. R. S.. Shelby. 
Osborne, J. E., Shelby. 
Olive, R. M., Fayetteville 
Olive, T. II.. Mount Gilead. 
Owen, Lawrence E., Asheville. 
Poole. S. D.. LaGrange. 
Pressnell, O. L.. Asheboro. 
Pless. C. A.. Canton. 
Patterson, R. M., Concord. 
Pharr, J. R. , Morganton. 
Pope E. F., Goldsboro. 
Parker, Zeb. V.. New Bern. 
Pratt, C. B., Rocky Mount. 
Purvis, S. P., Salisbury. 
Pitt*. D. R.. High Point 
Parker. Win.. Elizabeth City, 
Pitts. Henry, High Point. 
Perry, E. A.. Littleton 
Poindexter. C. C. Bandleman, 
Pridgen, D. L., Fayetteville. 
Pittman, F. H., Fairmont 
Phillips, Wm. It.. Wilson. 
Peeler, C. M., Shelby. 
Parker, J. M . Asheville. 
Patterson, G. B., Fayetteville. 
Pearson, P. L. , Apex. 
Parrott. D. W . Kinston. 
Pittard, Jas, 1 . Henderson. 
Patterson. Geo. K. Wilmington. 
Powell, <"■ ,; -. Ahoskle. 
Parker, H. R . LaGrange. 
Payne, W. J.. Clayton 
Pegram, L, J., Ra 
Pringle, A. .!.. Campbell 

I'oole, .1. ('... K m <"" 

inson. R. II.. Bockj Mount. 



B ace, .r. i\. Hamptonvllle. 

. .1 it., Wal 
Regan, J. I • 
B \v w.i. 

Russell, A. Y. 3 
Raj . Ralph, 1 1 i itonla. 
Bothrock, J. M . Th 

1). S., Clinton. 
B «' I. I noir. 

Reade, Arthur P 
Robinson, A. L. Hamlet 
ii <i. 3. a . Uai 

A M ., G 

Chas. W . Law h 

R Ids. Robt, L., Lexl 
B . R. G.. Ci 

B ■ am, B. C. U 
, w 1 1 . i ; 
Reeves, C a Lj 
Ra mer, \v. C. New 
Richardson. E. K. . Leas 

Biddick, C. u . Ayden. 
Robiy, V7. M . I 
Robeson, J. A.. I 
Ramsey, J. P., Asheville. 
Biley, J. M . i ■ 

i, S. II.. Marahville. 
Schmucker, Ralph, Chai 
Steele, C. C. B im. 

ii.. Harm 
Smith. E. W., 
Smathei ■ I. E, Wi 
Scott, <;. G., Spray, 
Scruggs. \v. N . Charlotte. 
Staten, Frank. Morebead city. 
Shore, J. \ . Joi vllle. 
Smlthson, T W , B» Mount. 
SchaSer, C. T . 

\\ ,i Mount E 

T. I. . G 
Smathei . B. C * 
Smathers, C. P . Charlotte. 
Stevens, B. W., \ 

stmi.Ii. C r s 
Schull . \ ML. Chi 
Smith. S I'M 
Shackelford, E u 
t, I R W 
Slmkli i C. 

T E 
Satterfleld, ii B.. D 

lil ! 

Smith, W r . Wllmlngi 
Sloan, C B., Wi 
Spurgeon, 3 3 I 
Smather 
Smatl 

iley, .i \v . Wllmlngi 

Self. I. It . 1 

:I , I \ . \ h. vllle 

Sauiri , B M., W 

i: E \'- 
Sharpe. 1 W B .niton 
Smith, T m ' 



COTTON MILLS 



Sinclair, 1*. O.. Marion. 

Smathers, G. s., Asli ville. 

Swaim, John, Asheboro. 

Smith, B. L. Raleigh 

Smith, Luther T., Reidsvllle. 

Shamburger, B. r... Siler City. 

Sturdivant, J. if.. Canton. 

Strickland, L. I., Ulah. 

Taylor, \Y, VV., Warrenton. 

Thomas, C. A., Wilmington. 

Troxler, E. A., Burlington. 

Tomlinson, K. L., Smithiield. 

Turlington, R. S., Goldsboro. 

Troutman, M. L., Kannapoiis. 

Teachy, O. A., Wallace. 

league, C. II., Madison. 

Trivette, L. P., Mooresville. 

Taylor, A. Z., Mocksville. 

Taylor, W. A., N. Wilkesboro. 

Tomlinson, I''. N., Winston- 
Salem. 

Troutman, P. W. , Hickory. 

Turner, J. V., Wilson. 

Taylor, B. C, Landis. 

Taylor. B. T., Pinehurst. 

Turlington, R. A., Wilson. 

Tatum, E. W., Mount Olive. 

Thomas, J. E. L., Rocky 
Mount. 

Thompson, C. A., Wilson. 

Thomasson, B. C, Bryson City. 

Thompson, H., Hamlet. 

Tuttle, R. D., Spenc.r. 

Tucker, E. J., Roxboro. 

Taylor, W. C, Salisbury. 

Taylor. E. M., Farmville. 

Thompson, J. W., Murphy. 

Tyree, J. C, Rocky Mount. 

Underwood, R. L. , Bailey. 



Underbill, J. M., Asheville. 

Underwood, J. T., Wilmington. 

Underwood, F. 11.. Wilson. 

v ickers, <!. C. , Roxl oro. 

Voils, c i'.. Mooresville. 

VanderLinden, W. IT., Hen- 
d rsonville. 

Weathersbee, Ramsey, Wilming- 
ton. 

Woody. L. W., Tocane. 

Wehunt, K. S., Cherryviile. 

Webster, E. S., Charlotte. 

Waynick, (i. E. , Winston- Salem. 

Wilkins, F. R., Forest City. 

Williamson, J. F., Clinton. 

White, J. H., Elizabeth City. 

Waller, D. T., Charlotte. 

Williamson, B. W., Hamlet. 

Weeks, Geo. E., Tarboro. 

Williamson, T. P., Cerro-Gordo. 

Wills, A. C., Henderson. 

White, Leonard, Statesville. 

Watkins, J. C, Winston-Salem. 

Watson, E. F., Clinton. 

Weatherman, W. C, States- 
ville. 

White, <*. A., Scotland Neck. 

Wilson, W. P., Durham. 

Waldrop. O. S., Kinston. 

Whitson, W. K., Asheville. 

Whitsett, G. W., Greensboro. 

Wilson. Tiffany, Hertford. 

Warren, J. £., Spray. 

Warren, E. R., Goldsboro. 

Wilson, O. L. , Kinston. 

Wooten. C. L., Whiteville. 

Williams, W. II., Goldsboro. 

Wheeler, J. H., Greensboro. 

West, J. F., Roanoke Rapids. 



Waller, R. F., Virgilina, Va. 
Wells, A. S., Washington 
Williams, A. J., Charlotte. 
Williams, E. S., Asheville. 
Wiley, H. S., Elizabeth City. 
Whisnant, J. F., Henrietta. 
Wolfe, T. B., Plymouth. 
Waddell, M. A., Fair Bluff. 
Wilbar, J. Q., Park, Va. 
Waldroup, R. M., Bryson City. 
Watson, S. R. , Henderson. 

Winston-Salem. 
J., Ruthertord- 



Wells, C. H., 

Whisnant, A. 

ton. 
Wyche, J. E., 
Ward, W. M., 
Wheeler, C. M 
Walters. II. X 
Ward. W. J., 
Weav 
Ware 



Greensboro. 

Weldon. 

, Greensboro. 

, Warrenton. 
Weldon. 
. B. C, Asheville. 
B. E., Shelby. 



Williamson, H. L., Vineland. 
Walters, D. A., Greensboro. 
Wilkins. T. A., Gastonia. 
Wells. J. S., Beidsville. 
V\ T aynick, I. M., Winston-Salem. 
Wilson, T. S., Madison. 
Young, T. L., Angier. 
Yokeley, Koran M., Asheboro. 
Yates, W. F., Chadbourn. 
Yelverton, J. H, Wilson. 
Yarborough, J. A., Wake 
Forest. 



Young, W. D.. 
Young, J. A., 
Zaehary, J. F. 
Zachary, J. B. 
Zickler. Chas. 
Zimmerman, J. 



Snow Hill. 

Newton. 
, Brevard. 

Sylva. 
R. , Taylorsville. 

W., Salisbury. 



Cotton Mills 



Number mills, 377. Three hundred and tbirty 
nine of this number report $166,614,446 in- 
vested and authorized in plant operations. 
Number of spindles. 5.255,320; looms, 72,514; 
cards, 12.119; raw material used, 305,2U6,3i3 
pounds. Value yearly output, $237,980,155. 

Males employed, 40,476; females, 26,493; 
children, 6,623; total, 73,592. 

(When not otherwise designated, officer 
named is the secretary or treasurer). 

Burlington — Aurora Cotton Mills: Lawrence 
S. Holt, Jr., Mgr. 

Burlington — Consolidated Textile Corporation, 
Hopedale Division: H. P. Pollard, Mgr. 

Burlington — Consolidated Textile Corporation, 
Ossipee Division: H. C. Pollard, Mgr. 

Burlington — Elmira Cotton Mills Co. : J. A. 
Barnwell. 

Burlington — Olencoe Mills: W. L. Holt. 

Burlington — E. M. Holt Plaid Mills, Inc. . 
W. M. Williams. 

Burlington — Keystone Finishing Mills: Dave 
DeMoss. 

Burlington — King Cotton Mills Corporation: 
Henry M. Holladay. 

Burlington — Lakeside Mills: J. H. Holt. 

Burlington — Stevens Mfg. Co. : Paul Stevens. 

Elon College— Holt, Grant & Holt Mfg. Co.: 
L. B. Williamson. 

Glen Raven — Glen Raven Cotton Mills. 

Graham — Alamance Cotton Mills: L. B. Wil- 
liamson. 

Graham— Bellemont Cotton Mills: L. B. Wil- 
liamson. 

Graham — Carolina Cotton Mills: L. B. Wil- 
liamson. 

Graham — Oneida Mills: L. B. Williamson. 

Graham — Saxapahaw Cotton Mills: L. A. Wil- 
liamson. 

Graham — Sidney Cotton Mills: J. L. Scott, Jr. 



Graham— Travora Mfg. Co.: W. E. White. 

Haw River— Haw Mfg. Co.: W. H. White. 

Haw River — Holt-Granite Mills Co. : Wm. T. 
Brooks. 

Swepsonville — Virginia Cotton Mills. 

Stony Point — Rocky Face Spinning Co. : Sam- 
uel Turner. 

Stony Point— Stony Point Mfg. Co. : A. L. 
W&tts 

Taylorsville — Liledoun Mfg. Co.: T. H. Miller. 

Taylorsville — Miller Mfg. Co. 

Tayorsville — North State Cotton Mills Co. 

Taylorsville — Taylorsville Cotton Mill Co.: J. 

A. Miller, Gen. Mgr. 

Waclesboro — Wadesboro Cotton Mills Co. ; W. 

B. Bose. 

Wadesboro — Wadesboro Mfg. Co. : Russell 
Murray. 

Bladenboro — Bladenboro Cotton Mills, Inc. : 

C. O. Bridgers. 

Asheville — Asheville Cotton Mills: M. D. 
Lon.". 

Asheville — French Broad Mfg. Co. : R. L. 
Mitchell. 

Connelly Springs — Blue Ridge Cotton Mills: 
B. M. E. Prath. 

Henry River — Henry River Mfg. Co.: D, W. 
Aderholdt. 

Morganton — Alpine Cotton Mills: .1. E. Er- 
win. 

Rhodhiss— E. A. Smith Mfg. Co.: D. G. 
Walker, Asst. Sec. 

Valdese — Valdese Mfg. Co. : Frances Gairon. 

Concord — Brancord Mfg. Co. : Chas. A. Mies. 

Concord — Brown Mfg. Co. : F. J. Haywood. 

Concord — Cabarrus Cotton Mills: John E. 
Shaw, Supt. 

Concord — Cannon Mfg. Co. : G. B. Lewis. 

Concord — Franklin Cotton Mill: B. L. Amick, 
Supt. 



COTTON MILLS 



THE NEGRO AGRICULTURAL AND 

TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 



GREENSBORO, 



NORTH C.\Rol.l\ \ 



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 1 [f so, 
please recommend him to write for catalog or further information. 



JAMES B. DUDLEY, President 



GREENSBORO, 



NORTH CAROL IN \ 



Concord — Gibson Mfg. Co. : Alex R. Howard. 

Concord — Hartsell Mills Co. : I. L. Davis. 

Concord — Kerr Bleaching and Finish Wks. : 
W. R. Odell. 

Concord— Locke Cotton Mills Co. : Thos. Ii. 
Webb. 

Concord— Xorcott Mills Co.: F. J. Haywood. 

Concord — Roberta Mfg. Co: W. W. Flowe 
Treas. 

Concord — White Parks Mills Co.: James W. 
Fharr, Bkr. 

Kannapolis — Cabarrus Cotton Mills: (i. B. 
Lewis. 

Mount Pleasant — Kindley Cotton Mills: A N. 
James. 

Mount Pleasant — Tusearora Cotton Mills: ran! 
Barringer. 

Granite Falls — Dudley Shoals Cotton Mill 
Co. : D. H. Warlick. 

C.ranite Falls— Falls Mfg. Co.: D. II. War- 
lick. 

Hickory— Granite Falls Mfg. Co.: A. AJex 
Shuford. 

L?noir — Hudson Cotton Mfg. Co. : J. L. 
Nelson. 

Lenoir— Lenoir Cotton Mill: J. L. Nelson. 

Lenoir— Moore Cotton MU1 Co.: J. L. Nel- 
son. 

Lenoir— Steele Cotton Mill Co.: T. II. Broj 

Lenoir— Whitnel Cotton Mill Co.— .I I. \< I 
son. 

Patterson— Watts Cotton Mill Co.: A. I. 

Watts 

Rhodhiss— The Rhodhiss Mills Co.: B, «'. 
Moore 

Brookford— Brookford Mills Co.: •' I ' 
win. Asst. S ic. 

Hickory— Ganite Falls Mfg. Co.: A. A Bnu 
ford. Jr. 

Hickory— Ivey Mill Co.: \ A Shuford, -I'- 



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Hickory — Hickory Spinnil . 
brook. 

Hickory— A. A. Shuford Mill Co \ \ 
Shuford, Jr. 

Long Island — Long Island Cotton 11 U 

borne Brown. 

Maiden- Blue Ridge Cotton U 
Mauney. 

Maiden — Carolina Cotton Mills: 
Spratt, Jr. 

Maiden Liberty Cotton Mill S i. 

Maiden Maid n Cotl >n Ml Is P. C 

Maiden i ■ I U i. \ 

Newton- Cata • ' a Cotton Mills J. W. 1 

Newton Clyde Cotl M \ B Kuhn 

Newton Newton Mil Co L B. 1 

Newton v i Mills, 

Bynum .1. M Odel U l A n Loi 
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Gregson, Treas, 

Bdenti n Edenton i Mills: 

liott, Treas 

Gro " Mills. 

Kings Mountain Bonnie ■ 
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Kings Mountal I i I 
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Kings m italn Dlllli 

Hilling. 

Kings Mountain- Kings M Mfg. ( 

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King ■ Mo 

Mountain— 1 
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Lawndale — Cleveland Mills and Power Co. : 
F. C. Reynolds. 

Shelby— Belmont Cotton Mill Co. : A. W. 
McMurry. 

Shelby— Buffalo Mfg. Co.: J. B. McClend. 

Shelby— Catherine Mill Co.: J. B. Dover. 

Shelby— Consolidated Textile Corporation, Ella 
Division. 

Shelby— Double Shoals Mfg. Co.: A. M. Me- 
Murry. 

Sli ltiy — Lily Mill and Power Co. : Jno. F. 
Sehenck, Jr. 

Shelby— Shelby Cotton MiUs: J. C. Smith. 

Cumberland— Corley Mills, Inc.: W. E. l)u- 
Pre. 

Fayetteville — Holt-Williamson Mfg. Co. : A. A. 
McEachern. 

Fayetteville — Puritan Mills Co. : L. B. Wil- 
liamson. 

Fayetteville — Tolar, Hart & Holt . 
Minnie Hamlet. 

Fayetteville— Victory Mfg. Co.: A. E. Bitch. 

Hope Mills — Bockflsh Mills, Inc. : B. L. 
Hufflnes. 

Lexington — Dacotah Cotton Mills: W. tl. 
Mendenhall. 

Lexington— Erlanger Cotton Mills Co.: Geo. 
W. Montcastle. 

Lexington— Nokomis Cotton Mill: J. T. Lowe. 

L'xington — Wennonah Cotton Mills Co.: J. V. 
Mofflt. 

Thomasville — Amazon Cotton Mills: C. G. 
Hill. 

Thomasville — Jewel Cotton Mills: John Tillett. 

Thomasville — Southern Finishing Mills: L. F. 
Green. 

Cooleemee— Erwin Cotton Mills Co., No. 3: 
W. A. Erwin. 

I'ahama — Laura Cotton Mills: B. L. Harris. 

Durham— Golden Belt Mfg. Co.: Chas. A. 
Moore. 

Durham — Pearl Cotton Mills: J. Harper Er- 
win. 

East Durham — Durham Cotton- Mfg. Co.: J. 
Harper Erwin. 

West Durham — Erwin Cotton Mills Co., Nos. 
1 and 4: W. A. Erwin. 

West Durham — Erwin Cotton Mills Bleach- 
ery: W. A. Erwin. 

Tarboro — Fountain Cotton Mills: Harry Smith. 

Tarboro — Hart Cotton Mills: B. Mabrey Hart. 

Salem Station — Arista Mills Co. : N. B. Smith. 

Winston-Salem— Chatham Mfg. Co. : Sher- 
wood Chatham. 

Winston-Salem — Inverness Mills Co.: T. J. 
Wilson, Bkr. 

Winston-Salem— Southside Mills: N. 15. 
Smith. 

Franklinton — Sterling Cotton Mills: A. H. 
Vann. 

Belmont — Chronicle Mills: W. T. Leeper. 

Belmont— Climax Spinning Co. : B. D. Hall. 

Belmont — Crescent Spinning Co. : Geo. \\ . 
Stowe. 

Belmont — Imperial Yarn Mill: W. T. Deeper. 

Belmont— Majestic Mfg. Co. : B. D. Hall. 

Belmont — National Yarn Mill: W. T. Leeper. 

Belmont — Perfection Spinning Co. : D. P. 
Stowe. 

Bessemer City — American Cotton Mills, Inc. : 
B. Goldberg. 

Bessemer City — Atlas Mfg. Co. : A. A. Mc- 
Lean, Jr. 

Bessemer City — Gamhrill & Melville Mills 
Co. : E. B. Ambrose. 

Bessem.T City — George Cotton Mills: T. C. 
Sumner. 

Bessemer — Huss Mfg. Co. : J. J. Ormand. Bkf. 

Tessemer City— Osage Mfg. Co. : M. J. Shelar. 

Cherryville — Cherryville Mfg. Co. : J. F. Har- 
relson, Office Mgr. 

Cherryville — Gaston Mfg. Co. :— D. P. Mc- 
Clurd. 

Cherryville— Howell Mfg. Co. : J. F. Harrelson. 



Cherryville — Melville Mfg. Co.: D. A. Budi- 
sill. 

Cherryville — Bhyne-Houser Mfg. Co. : C. A. 
P.udisill. 

Cherryville — Vivian Cotton Mills: Geo. S. 
Falls. 

Dallas— Dorothy Mfg. Co.: S. M. Bobinson, 
Vice-Pres. 

Dallas — Monarch Cotton Mills Co.: A. K. 
Winget. 

Dallas — Morowebb Cotton Mills: J. D. Moore. 

Gastonia — Arlington Cotton Mills: James 
Bracy. 

Gastonia — Arkray Mills, Inc. : J. H. Separk. 

Gastonia — Armstrong Cotton Mills Co. : A. 
K Winget. 

Gastonia — Arrow Mills, Inc. (at Lincolnton) : 
J. H. S.'park. 

Gastonia — Avon Mills: W. O. Gardner. 

Gastonia — Clara Mfg. Co.: A. K. Winget. 

Gastonia — Dixon Mills, Inc.: A. M. Dixon. 

Gastonia — Dunn Mfg. Co.: A. K. Winget. 

Gastonia — Flint Mfg. Co. : James Brady. 

Gastonia — Gastonia Cotton Mfg. Co.: .1. S. 
Love. 

Gastonia — Gray Mfg. Co. : Martha Torrence. 

Gastonia — Groves Mills, Inc. : H. H. Groves. 

Gastonia — Hanover Thread Mills: Geo. E. 
Marvin. 

Gastonia — Loray Mill: F. L. Jenkes. 

Gastonia — Modena Cotton Mills: J. D. Moore. 

Gastonia — Mountain View Mills: W. T. Kan- 
kin. 

Gastonia — Mutual Cotton Mills Co. : A. R. 
Winget. 

Gastonia — Myers Mills, Inc. : J. Bush. 

Gastonia — Myrtle Mills, Inc. : James Bracy. 

Gastonia — Osceola Mills: Geo. E. Marvin. 

Gastonia — Ozark Mills, Inc. : W. O. Gardner. 

Gastonia — Parkdale Mills, Inc.: Martha Tor- 
rence, Bkr. 

Gastonia — Piedmont Spinning Mill Co. : A. is.. 
Winget. 

Gastonia — Pinkney Mills, Inc.: L. S. Rankin. 

Gastonia — Priscilla Spinning Co. : W. G. 
Ha mner. 

Gastonia— Kankin Mills: L. S. Rankin. 

Gastonia— Ranlo Mfg. Co. : W. T. Love, Treas. 

Gastonia — Rex Spinning Co.: W. M. Boyce. 

Gastonia — Buby Cotton Mills: Geo. R. 
Spencer. 

Gastonia — Seminole Cotton Mills Co. : A. K. 
\\ inget. 

Gastonia — A. M. Smyre Mfg. Co. : Fred 
Smyre. 

Gastonia — Spencer Mountain Mills: J. B. 
Beeves, Bkr. 

Gastonia — Trenton Cotton Mills. 

Gastonia— Victory Yarn Mills Co.: A. K. 
Winget. 

High Shoals— High Shoals Co.: J. S. Wier 

Lowell— Lowell Cotton Mills: S. M. Robin- 
son. 

Lowell— Peerless Mfg. Co. : S. M. Robinson. 

Mavworth— Mais Mills, Inc. : H. L. Moore. 

McAdenville— McAden Mills: B. L. Hughes, 
Bkr. 

Mount Holly — Adrian Mfg. Co. 

Mount Holly — Albion Cotton Mills: H. A. 
Rhyne. 

Mount Holly — Catawba Spinning Co. : J. W. 
Holland. 

Mount Holly— Globe Yarn Mills, Inc. : J. W. 
Holland. 

Mount Holly— Mount Holly Cotton Mills Co.: 
H. A. Rhyne. 

Mount Dolly— Nims Mfg. Co. 

Mount Holly — Tuckaseege Mfg. Co. 

Mount Holly — Woodlawn Mfg. Co. 

Stanley— Lola Mfg. Co.: B. F. Craig, Treas. 

Worth— Harden Mfg. Co.: E. E. Carpenter. 

Oxford— Oxford Cotton Mills: B. H. Lewis, 
Jr. 

Gibsonville — Gem Cotton Mills. 



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SHAW UNIVERSITY $<){ 5SB I 

An Institution of higher learning for colored young m< n and 
women. 

Collegiate, Academic, Theological and Missionary Training 
Departments, giving the degrees of A. B., B. S., B. Th., B. D. 

Students to enter College must present fifteen units of high 
school grade. 

Students to enter the Academy must have passed the first 
year of high school work. 

For catalogue and information address — 

J. L,. PEACOCK, President. Raleigh, \. < . 



Gibsonville — Minneola Mfg. Co.: J. K. Young. | 

Greensboro — Pomona Mills, Inc. : C. W. 
Causey. 

Greensboro — Proximity Mfg. Co. (Proximity 
Mills) : J. E. Hardin. 

Greensboro — Proximity Mfg. Co. (White Ual 
Mills) : J. E. Hardin. 

Greensboro — Revolution Cotton Mills: S. 
Sternberger. 

High Point— Cloverdale Cotton Mills: H. l'\ 
Hunsucker. 

High Point— Highland Cotton Mfg. Co.: H. 1''. 
Hunsucker. 

High Point— Pickett Cotton Mills, Inc.: K. H. 
Walker. 

Jamestown — Oakdale Cotton Mills: O. M. 
Bundy. 

Roanoke Rapids— Roanoke Mills Co., No. i: 
J. M. Jackscon. 

Roanokke Rapids — Roanoke Mills Co., No. -: 
J. M. Jackson. 

Roanoke Rapids — Rosemary Mfg. Co.: E. W. 
Lehman. 

Rosemary — Patterson Mills Co. : A. L. Taylor 

Weldon— Shaw Cotton Mills, Inc. : K. s. 
Travis. 

Duke— Erwin Cotton Mills Co., No. 2: W. A. 
Erwin. 

Tuxedo — Green River Mfg. Co.: J. O. Bell, 
Vice-Pres. 

Raeford — Raeford Power Mfg. Co. : L. \\ 
Seate. 

East Monbo — Turner Mills Co.: Samuel Tur- 
ner, Treas. 

Mooresville — Dixie Cotton Mill Co. : Hoy K. 
McNeely. 

Mooresvill" — Mooresville Cotton Mills: C. 
Robt. Johnston. 

Statesville— Rloomfiekl Mfg. Co. : L. N. Mills. 

Statesville— Paola Cotton Mills, Inc.: A. 1/. 
Mills. „ _ 

Statesville— Statesville Cotton Mills: F. !>■ 
Hunch. 

Turnersburg— Laura Ellen Watts Cotton Mill 
Co.: C. E. Watts. 

Turnersburg— Turnersburg Cotton Mills: L. 
O. Steele. 

Clayton— Clayton Cotton Mills: Chas. G. 

Gulley. .,.„ ,, ,. , 

Clayton— Liberty Cotton Mills Co. . U. L,- 

Sslma— Ethel Cotton Mills Co., Inc.: Oarrli 

Nicholson. ,, ... u . 

Selma— Lizzie Cotton Mills: Carrie Nlchol 

S °Selma— Selma Cotton Mills— S. K. Dean 
Smlthfield— Ivanhoe Mfg. Co.: J. J. B 

"sanford— Sanford Cotton Mills. 
Kinston— Caswell Cotton Mills, lnc 
Kinston— Kinston Cotton Mills: J. A Taylo 
Lincolnton— Elm Grove Cut tun Mill. M. u 
Rudisill. 



Lincolnton — Anderson Mills Co.. i 
Clark. 

Lincolnton — Eureka Mfg. Co., Inc.: U 
Stamp. 

Lincolnton — Indian I 

Lincolnton — Laboratory. Col U 

Little, Supt. 

Lincolnton — Roseland Cotton Mills w i 
Shore, Treas. 

Lincolnton— John Rudisill Mfg. ( 
Shuford. 

Lincolnton — Saxony Spinning I 

Lincolnton — Wai I M I 11- H 

Abernathy. 

Lincolnton— Williams Cotton Mills J U 
Allen. 

Long Shoals— Long Shi is. 

Southside — Lincoln Cotton Mills. 

Si ;in lev— Alba Mfg. Co.: 11 1 I 

Marion— Clinchfleld Mfg. Co . w L M 

Minion— Cross Cotton Mills Co I 

Cl osS. 

Marion— Marion Mfg Co. : B 

Marshall— Capitola Mfg. Co.: H li 

Charlotto — Barnhardl Mft ' M 

Barnhardt. 

Charlotte— Belbro Mills: G. 11 Bl 
i rough 

Charlotte — Chadwlck-Hosklns Co.: ' ' 
Dwelle 

Charlotte— Charlotte u aste Co \ ' • 
it ii4. 

Charlotte- Elizabeth Mills Co : L n W 
son. 

Charlotte Fidelity U I O I M t 

Charlotte Hlghlai .1 Park Mfg Co J i. 
Spence, Treas. 

Charlotti U ignolia Mills: A. C Bummer- 

V i 1 1 1 • . I ' 

ciiai i,,ii, Mecklenburg m ' 
Charlotte -Picdmonl Coi ' i l 1 

Alexander. 

I'll II! I- I I '•'' ' ' U U H 

Treas. 

North Charlotte— Johnsio H n 

Johnston, Mgr. 

North Charlotti Meckli nburg Mil 
D Norwood. 

Cornelius Cornelius Cotton Mil'- P I 

Staugh. , ,,, 

Cornell i ml am M ''' rTin 

David on Di Iburg Cotton Mill < 

Sloan 

Davidson Linden Mfg Co J i 

Hunt i i hi r M I. I 

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COTTON MILLS 



Troy — Smitherman Cotton Mills, Inc. : A. \V. 
E. Capel. 

Bigh Falls— High Falls Mfg. Co.: G. <:. 
Shaw. 

Vass — Vass Cotton Mills Co.: A. M. Cum ton. 

Rock; Mount — Rocky Mount Mills: Thos. E. 
Marshall. 

Wilmington— Bellwill Cotton Mills: J. W. 
Williamson. 

Wilmington — Delgado Mills, Inc.: Thos. R. 
Ames. 

Hillsboro— Belle Vue Mfg. Co.: T. N. WebD. 

ElUsboro — Eno Cotton Mills: J. H. Webb. 

Elizabeth City— Elizabeth City Cotton Mills: 
J. G. Gregory. 

Roxboro — Longhurst Cotton Mills. 

Roxboro — Roxboro Cotton Mill: R. L. Harris. 

Greenville — Greenville Cotton Mills, Inc. : R. 
Williams. 

Asheboro — Sapona Cotton Mills, Inc. 

Central Falls— Central Falls Mills, Inc.: J. -V 
Cox, Treas. 

Coleridge — Enterprise Mfg. Co. : R. L. Ca- 
vinesS. 

Franklinville — Franklinville Mfg. Co. : Hugh 
Parks. 

Franklinville— Randolph Mfg. Co.: Hugh 
Parks. 

Ramseur— Columbia Mfg. Co.: I. F. Craven. 

Randleman — Deep River Mills, Inc. : W. jjI. 
Sherwood. 

Worthville — Riverside Mills, Inc. : M. L. 
Ward. Sec-Treas. 

Cordova — Steele Mills: J. N. Porter. 

Roberdel— Roberdel Mfg. Co. : H. LeG. 
Everett. 

Rockingham— Entwistle Mfg. Co.: G. P. Hn- 
twistle. 

Rockingham— Great Falls Mfg. Co.: Claude 
Gore. 

Rockingham — Hannah Pickett Mills: J. N. 
Porter. 

Rockingham— Ledbetter Mfg. Co. : H. D. Led - 
better. 

Rockingham— Leak, Wall & McRae: H. LeG. 
Everett. 

Rockingham— Pee Dee Mfg. Co. : E. G. Payne. 

Lumberton — Dresden Cotton Mills: H. B. 
Jennings. 

Lumberton — Jennings Cotton Mills: F. P. 
Gray. 

Lumberton — Lumberton Cotton Mills: H. B. 
Jennings. 

Lumberton— National Cotton Mills: A. P. Mc- 
Allister. 

Red Springs — Red Springs Cotton Mill Co. : 
J. M. Butler. 

St. Pauls— Cape Fear Cotton Mill Co., Part- 
nership: J. M. Butler, Mgr. 

St. Pauls — Ernaldson Mfg. Co.: W. D. John- 
son. 

St. Pauls — St. Pauls Cotton Mill Co.: A. K. 
McEachern. 

Draper — Draper American Mill: E. D. Pitcher. 

Draper — Wearwell Sheeting Mill: E. D 
Pitcher. 

Mayodan— Mayo Mills: W. C. Ruffln. 

Reidsville — Edna Cotton Mills; J. P.. Pipkin. 

Spray— Leaksville Cotton Mill: W. R. Walker. 

Spray— Lily Mill: E. D. Pitcher. 

Spray — Morehead Cotton Hills Co. : W. K 
Walker. 

Spray— Nantucket Mill: E. D. Pitcher. 

Spray— Rhode Island Mill: E. D. Pitcher. 

Spray — Spray Cotton Mills: Karl Bishopric. 

China Grove — Patterson Mfg. Co.: W. I. 
Swink. 

Landis — Corriher Mills Co. : L. A. Corriher. 

Landis— Linn Mills Co.: C. J. Deal. 

Rockwell— Barringer Mfg. Co.: C. E. Steven- 
son. 



L. Horn, 



K. S. Tan- 



D. Phillips. 
Mill, Inc. 



Salisbury — Diamond Cotton Mills: L. A. Ma- 
haley. 

Salisbury — Ivy Damask Mill: G. M. Lyerly. 

Salisbury— Kesler Mfg. Co.: C. E. Stevenson. 

Salisbury — Klumac Cotton Mills: W. F. M.C- 
Conlin. 

Salisbury — Marsh Cotton Mills. 

Salisbury — Rowan Cotton Mills Co. : A. h. 
I lavis. 

Salisbury — Salisbury Cotton Mills: O. I). 
Davis. 

Salisbury — Taylor Mattress Co. : James De- 
ceilig. 

Salisbury — Vance Cotton Mills Co. : W. M 
Crump, Mgr. 

Caroleen — The Henrietta Mills: W. L. Boyd. 

Cliffside— Cliffside Mills: Z. 0. Jenkins. 

Forest City — Alexander Mfg. Co. : J. R. Moore. 

Forest City — Florence Mills: W. 
Cashier. 

Henrietta — Hayes Mill. 

Rutherfordton — Cleghorn Mills 
nef. 

Spindale — Parsley & Tanner. 

Spindale — The Spencer Mills Co. : W. L. 
Horn 

Spindale — The Spindale Mill Co. : C. L. 
Minor. 

Laurel Hill— Ida Yarn Mill: J 

Laurel Hill — Richmond Cotton 
J. D. Phillips. 

Laurinburg — Dickson Cotton Mill: D. T. Blue. 

Laurinburg — Prince Cotton Mill Co. 

Laurinburg — Scotland Cotton Mill: D. T. 
Blue. 

Laurinburg — Waverly Cotton Mill Co.: D. T. 
Blue. 

Albemarle — Eflrd Mfg. Co. 

Albemarle — Wiscassett Mills Co. : J. A. 
Orove». 

Norwood — Norwood Mfg. Co. : J. F. Shinn. 

Elkin— Chatham Mfg. Co. 

Mount Airy — Laurel Bluff Cotton Mills. 

Brevard — Brevard Cotton Mills: W. C. Cleve- 
land. 

Monroe — Bearskin Cotton Mill: C. C. Car- 
penter 

Monroe — Everett Cotton Mills: C. C. Stokes. 

Monroe — Icemorlee Cotton Mills Co.: C. C. 
Stokes 

Monroe — Jackson Mills Co. : W. C. Walton. 

Waxhaw — Rodman -Heath Cotton Mills: Pearl 
Rodman, Treas. 

Henderson — Harriett Cotton Mills: J. D. 
Rose. 

Henderson — Henderson Cotton Mills: J. D. 
Rose 

Neuse — Neuse Mfg. Co. : Kenneth Gant. 

Raleigh— Caraleigh Mills Co. : W. D. Briggs. 

Raleigh — Consolidated Textile Corporation, 
Pi'.ot Tivision 

Raleigh— N. C. State College, Textile Dept. 

Raleigh — Raleigh Cotton Mills. 

Wake Forest — Royal Cotton Mills: R. E. 
Royal 

Wendell — Wendell Spinning Co. : John Q. 
Gant. Jr 

Warrenton — Peck Manufacturing Co. : R. T. 
W?i'on. 

Goldsboro— Borden Mfg. Co., No. 1: P. L. 
Borden. 

Goldsboro — Borden Mfg. Co., No. 2: P. L. 
Borden. 

Goldsboro — Royall & Borden Mfg. Co. 

Ronda Cotton Mills, Inc. : A. "V. Foote. 

North Wilkesboro — Grier -Cotton Mills: R. D. 
G."o*. 

Wilson— Wilson Cotton Mill Co.: A. B. 
Deans, Asst. Sec. 



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ST. AUGUSTINE'S SCHOOL 

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA. 

"Founded 1867 

Under the Auspices of the 
Episcopal Churvh 

rmal School and Collegiate Institute, offering a spli ndid 
tunity to colored students of both sexes, at a moderate <■■ 
ing School for Nurses. For informal ion and Cotalog, :i<l- 

REV. EDGAR H. GOOLD, Principal. 



Knitting Mills 



D. E. 



M. 



John 



Total number of mills, 169. capital author- 
ized and employed, $31,144,406. Value of year- 
ly output, $21,263,571. Number of spindles, 
216,782; knitting machines, 20,444; sewing 
machines, 1,128; total number employed, 16,- 
495. 

(When not otherwise designated, name given 
is the secretary or treasurer). 

Burlington — Alamance Hosiery Mills. 

Burlington — Altamont Hosiery Mills: L. H. 
Young. 

Burlington — Daisy Hosiery Mills: George W. 
Anthony, W. H. May. 

Burlington — Goodman Hosiery Mills: J. A. 
Goodman, Buyer. 

Burlington — Graham Hosiery Mill: Dr. J. S. 
Frost, J. E. Black. 

Eurlington — Juvenile Hosiery Mill: J. &. C. R 
Love, Proprietors. 

Burlington — Sellars Hosiery Mills: 
Sellers, Proprietor. 

Burlington — Southern Hosiery Mills: 
Browning. 

Burlington — Standard Hosiery Mill 
Shoffner, Proprietor. 

Burlington — Thurston's Hoisery Mills. 

Burlington — Walker Hosiery Mills: D. D. 
DeMose. 

Burlington — Whitehead Hosiery Mills, Inc. : 
L. C. Chrisman, R. H. Whitehead. 

Graham — White Cotton Co. : Wm. E. White. 

Graham— White-Williamson Co.: F. L. WU- 
crman. 

Haw River — Children Hosiery Mill. 

Haw River — Max Lieberman. Inc. : Max Lieb- 
erman, J. M. Coble. 

Haw River — Maple Crest Hosiery Mill: Max 
Lieberman. 

Haw River — Riverside Hosiery Mills. Inc. : 
J. A. Long, R. K. Lasley. 

Mebane — Rurham Hosiery Mills, No. 8: J 
Carr. E. T. Carr. Supt. 

Saxapahaw— White-Williamson Co. : F. 
Williamson. 

Asheville — Asheville Knitting Mill 

Drex'el— Drexel Knitting Mill Co.: S. Iluir 
man. 

Hildebran — J. A. Cline & Son Hosiery Mill 
C. V. Cline, Mgr. 

Icard— Highway Knitting Mills: W. ■> 
Frazier, Proprietor. 

Icard— Icard Knitting Mills: Walter C. Tay 
lor. Proprietor. 

Icard— Icard Mfg. Co.: D. P.. Mull. W. 1 
Frazief. 

Morganton — Garron Knitting Mills: 
Garron. 

Morganton— Vandois Knitting Mills 
Davis. 



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Francis 
B. I' 



Valdese — Liberty Hosiery Mill: Fra 
ron. 

Valdese — Waldensian Hosiery Mill; li 
Garron. 

Concord — G. H. V. Hosiery Co.: W. W. 
Flowe. 

Collettville — The Collettville Hosiery \i 
J. Grisett. 

Lenoir — Lenoir Hosiery .Mills: F. IV Moore. 

1'eaufort — Orion Knitting Mills. 

Claremont — Claremont Hosiery Mill Co. : M 
M. Smyre. 

Hickory — The Best Hosiery Mills. Inc.: I>r 
O. L. Hollar. 

Hickory — Elliott Knitting Mills: W. Lyerly, 
E. Lyerly. 

Hickory — Hickory Hosiery Mills, Inc.: II A 
Sacks. 

H ickory— Ranford Knittmg Mills: G.E. ttansom. 

Newtor. — Fidelity Hosiery Mills Co. : I). M 
Ausley. 

Newton — Ridgeview Hosiery Mill Co.: Ci 
A. Warlick. 

Pittsboro — Elizabeth Hosiery Mills. 

Siler City— Siler City Hosiery Mills. In.- : 
J. M. Stout. 

Edenton — Edenton Hosiery Mills: K. c. 
PhitC. 

Boiling Springs — Winner Mills. Inc.: .1 \\ . 
Wood. 

Lawndale — Elmore Hosiery Mills: C .1. Yel- 
ton. 

Shelby— Blanch Hosiery Mill: W. 0. Mi' 
Brayer. 

Shelby — Carpenter- Baher Hosiery Mills. Inc.: 
R. E. Carpenter, 

Shelby Olive Hosiery Mfg. Co.: D. W, 
Royster. 

Fayettevillf — Holt-Williamson Mfg. Co \ 
A, MeEachern. 

Denton Lilly & Bone: \\ B B 

Lexington — Shoal-Sink Hosiery Mill C I 

L. Sink. 

Thomasville — Ragan Knitting Co A II 
Ragan. 

Thomasville— Thomasville Hosiery Mill: \Y C 
Pennington. 

Durham— Chatham Knittlns Mills Co w T 
Cole, 

Durham- Durham Ho lerj Mills C m Cut 

i >ui ham i >ui ham Ho lerj Mills, No W 

V. Carr. 

Durham— Golden Bell Mfg. Co C \ 
Moore. 

Durham Ki LI Wi II Hosiery Mills: ll. H 
Mullen. 

Durham North Btate Knitting U ti 
C. M Cnrr. 

Mm !. H Mi'l W 

v. Carr. 



KNITTING MILLS 



Durham — Paragon Hosiery Co.: T. O. Sorrell. 

Durham— Tar Heel Hosier; Mills Co.: \V. K. 
Carr. 

Bast Durham — Banner Hosier; Mills. 

East Durham — Crystal Hosiery Mill: C. L. 
Higbee. 

Bast Durham — Louise Knitting Mills Co: 
K. 0. Stone. 

West Durham — Pilot Hosiery Mills: N. C. 
Carlton. 

Tarboro — Panola Knitting Co. 

Tarboro — Kunnymede Mills, No. 1: W. S. 
Howard. 

Tarboro — Runnymede Mills, No. 2. 

Tarboro — Tarboro Knitting Co.: Robt. J. 
Walker. 

Kernersville — American Hosiery Mills Co. : 
J. G. K.rner. 

Kernersville — Kernersville Knitting Co. : J. T. 
Weaver. 

Winston-Salem — Carolina Mills Co.: F. D. 
TUlotson. 

Winston-Salem — Hanes Hosiery Mills Co. : 
.;. X. Weeks. 

Winston-Salem — P. H. Hanes Knitting Co.: 
T. W. Allen. 

Winston-Salem — The Indera Mills. 

Winston-Salem — Maline Mills: W. J. Hege. 

Youngsville — Banner Hosiery Mill Co. 

Cherryville — Gaston Knitting Mills, Inc. : N. 
13 Ktiuhu'k 

Cherryville — Josephine Knitting Mills: D. R. 
Mauney. 

Gastonia — Glenn-McLean Knitting Mills: Geo. 
G. Glenn. 

Gastonia — Patrick Hosiery Mill: L. N. Patrick. 

Gastonia — Standard Knitting Mills: Geo. S. 
Spencer. 

Gastonia — Wilson-Hell Co. 

Lowell— Eureka Hosiery Mill: F. D. Phillips. 

Oxford — Hemshaw Hosiery Mills. 

Gibsonville — Gibsonville Hosiery Mills Co. : 
A B. Owen. 

High Point — Ames Hosiery Mills Co. : R. L. 
Ames. 

High Point — Commonwealth Hosiery Mill: is. 
W. Freeze. 

High Point — Crown Hosiery Mill: G. H. 
Kearns. 

High Point — Dillion-Kearns Underwear Co.: 
P M Dillon 

High Point — Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 3: 
W. F. Carr. 

High Point — Harriss & Covington Hosiery 
Mills, Inc., W. C. Covington. 

High Point— High Point Hosiery Mills: .1. K. 
Mills. 

High Point — High Point Underwear Co. : C. 

D. Smith 

High Point — Piedmont Mills Co. : J. IS. 
Mill; 

High Point — Royal Hosiery Mills: J. W. 
Karns. 

High Point — Slane Hosiery Mills: W. X. 
Slane. 

High Point — Whittington Hosiery Co.. Inc. 

Enfield— Enfield Hosiery Mills Co., Inc.: Geo. 
1'. Andrews. 

Halifax— Halifax Hosiery Mill. 

Scotland Neck — Crescent Hosiery Co. : F. A. 
Cherry. 

Scotland Neck — Roanoke Hosiery Co. : Henry 
T Clark 

Scotland Neck — Scotland Neck Cotton Mills: 
Henry Clark. 

Weldon— Weldon Cotton Mfg. Co.: S. E. 
Shirley. 

Coats — Coats Hosiery Mill. 

East Flat Rock — The Skyland Hosiery Co. : 

E. H. Wills. 

Hendersonville — Freeze-Bacon Hosiery Mills 
Inc. : R. P. Freeze. 

Hendersonville — Grey Hosiery Mills: C. L. & 
J. P. Grey. 



Hendersonville — G. W. Whitlock & Son. 

Statesville — Liberty Hosiery Mfg. Co.: J. 
Henry Hall. 

Statesville — Queens Knitting Mills, Inc. : B. 
C. Lunch. 

Statesville — Walton Hosiery Mills: J. Wal- 
ton, Jr. 

Jones — Louisa Knitting Mills Co. : K. C. 
Stone. 

Kinston — Orion Knitting Mills Co. : J. F. 
Taylor. 

Kinston — Orion Mill, No. 3. 

Marion — Carolina Hosiery Mills: J. W. 
Streetman. 

Marion — Elizabeth James Mills. 

Marion — Marion Knitting Mill: W. W. Neal. 

Robersonville — Roberson Hosiery Mills. 

Charlotte — Charlotte Knitting Co. : J. H. Mc- 
Ewen. 

Charlotte — Defiance Sock Mills, Inc. : K. S. 
Tanner. 

Troy — Troy Knitting Mills Co. : Barna Allen. 

Cameron — Regal Hosiery Mill Co. : Chas. C 
.lames. Mgr. 

Carthage — Bismark Hosiery Mills: W. H. 
Currie. 

Rocky Mount — Rocky Mount Hosiery Co. : P. 
H Moran. 

Wilmington — Wilmington Hosiery Mills, Inc. : 
R. E. Calder. 

Carrboro — Durham Hosiery Mill, No. 4: C. 
McD. Carr. 

Efland — Efland Hosiery Mills: John L. 
Efland. 

Elizabeth City — Elizabeth City Hosiery Co. : 
G. F. Seyffert. 

Elizabeth City — Ideal Hosiery Co. : U. G. 
Davis. 

Elizabeth City — Pasquotank Hosiery Co. : W. 
H. Jennings. 

Elizabeth City— Standard Mfg. Co.: H. W. 
Morrisette. 

Atkinson — Atkinson Hosiery Mills: E. A. 
Hames. 

Greenville — Greenville Hosiery Mills. 

Tryon — Tryon Hosiery Mfg. Co. : Henry Bray. 

Asheboro — Acme Hosiery Mills Co.: D. 15. 
McCrary. 

Asheboro — Asheboro Hosiery Mills, Inc. : N. 
M. Cranford. 

Randleman — Bandleman Hosiery Mills Co. : 
A. X. Bulla. 

Staley— Staley Hoisery Mill Co. : C. M. 
Staley. 

Ellerbe— Ellerbe Knitting Mills Co.: B. B. 
Fareon. 

St. Pauls — Cantigny Hosiery Mills. 

Leaksville— Athena Mill: E. D. Pitcher. 

Madison — Madison Hosiery Mills, Inc. : R. O. 
Lindsay. 

Mayodan— Mayo Mills: W. C. Ruffln. 

Ellenboro — EUenboro Hosiery Mills Co.: A. 
3 Harrill. 

Forest City — Wingo Mfg. Co. : W. M. ParsTe- 

Spindalc — Parsley & Tanner. Inc.: W. M. 
Parsley. 

Albemarle — Lillian Knitting Mills Co. : A. L. 
Patterson. 

Albemarle — Wiscassett Mill Co. : J. A. Groves. 

Badin — Lillian Knitting Mills Co. 

Mount Airy — Mayo Mills. 

Bryson City — Excelsior Knitting Mills: W. S. 
Nicholson. 

Monroe — Iceman Knitting Mills. 

Henderson — Henderson Hosiery Co.: W. A. 
hunt. 

Holly Springs — Crystal Hosiery Mill: W. A. 
Segraves. 

Morrisville — Morrisville Hosiery Mills: R. S. 
Dodd. 

Raleigh — Glenwood Knitting Mills. 

Raleigh — Melrose Knitting Mills: V. O. 
Parke?. 

Raleigh — Zebulon Hosiery Mill, No. 2. 



THE NOKTH CAKO UNA TEAR BOOK 



"READ IT BECAUSE THEY HAVE TO" 

"The News and Observer Is An Institution Head B3 Something Like 
75,000 People, Two-Fifths of Whom Hate It Kike The Devil." 

(From The News and Observer, November 19, l'jllj 
In connection with its year's work on the newspaper situation Col- 
lier's offered sixty prizes of fifty dollars each in the cities and regions 
of the United States and Canada for the best letters from readers con- 
cerning 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 \.hs 
and Observer." Colliers' paid Dr. Cooper fifty dollars for th< Lett' r, as 
it paid fifty-nine others who wrote the best criticism concerning news- 
papers in all States. These letters have been interesting and illuminat- 
ing 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, particul 
when a great newspaper, like Colliers' thinks enough of the opii 
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: "Faith- 
ful are the wounds of a friend." Here is his article for which Colliers' 
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 thous.-iml 
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 unmake 
Governors, Senators, Judges and lights of lesser 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 ami 
the answer is always the same: ''It publishes the news." Thai is lit- 
erally 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 mat- 
ter is clean and healthy. In its editorials it reflects the best thought of 
the soundest thinkers in the country and espeeially 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 every line it publishes is universally regarded as the honest, sin- 
cere convictions of the editor. To illustrate this point: It is Demo- 
cratic in politics, and whenever a Republican speaker or paper alludes 
to an editorial in The News and Observer they always refer to "Jose- 
phus" (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 Caro- 
lina. Its voice has been remarkably clear for the people againsl spe- 
cial 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 illus- 
trate its power for good. 

On the other hand what criticism have T to offer? Very little 
and chief, it is not at all times and in all things consisti I in- 

stance, it carries no whiskey advertisements, bul thousands of its 
friends are frequently forced to blush with shame at some of its glai 
patent medicine announcements. 

Second, and in conclusion, as a friend to the principles for w !i 
paper stands; as one who loves the glorious history of this great coun- 
try, 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 unconi 
just a little more of the spirit of partizanship than of the spirit 
democracy. 

Clinton. N. C. ' ■ M C 'EP 

Since the above was written, the circulation has increased nnd tin- 
paper is read by 125,000 people <l:iil> 



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FI'RNITt lit: FACTORIES 



Wendell— Wendell Knitting Mills Co.: M. A. 
Griffln. 

Zebulon — Zehvilon Hosiery Mills: W. B. Hum- 
plinw. 

Goldsboro — Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 5. 

North Wilkesboro — Athletic Underwear Co.: 
W. K. Brogden. 



North Wilkesboro — Wilkes Hosiery Mills: Jas. 
X. Weeks. 

Wilson — Runnymede Mills, No. 3: W. S. 
Howard. 

Wilson — Wilson Knitting Mills: Robt. J. 
Walker. 



Woolen, Silk and Cordage Mills 



WOOLEN MILLS. 

The number of woolen mills in the State, nine, 
with a total capital (reported by tour), $1.- 
680,920. These mills use 8,884 spindles, 422 
looms, 42 cards, 4 knitting machines, and 
employ 970 horsepower. The approximate 
amout of raw material used is 2,342,800 
pounds, the estimated value of the yearly 
output being $3,334,634. 

The total number of persons employed is 
951. Of this number 621 are males, 318 females 
and 12 children. 

Helton— Helton Woolen Mills Co. : Helton. 

Patterson — Yadkin Woolen Mills: John R. 
Hagerman. Sec. 

Newton — Newton Woolen Mills: W. E. Bacon, 
Pres. 

Winston-Salem — Chatham Mfg. Co.: H. G. 
(71i3,tli&rn PrcS 

Charlotte— Chamberlain Mill: P. H. Cham- 
berlin, Prop. 

Leaksville — Leaksville Woolen Mills: J. H. 
Talaferro, Pres. 



Spray — Spray Woolen Mill. 

Elkin — Chatham Mfg. Co. : Thurman Chat- 
ham, Sec. 

Mount Airy — Alpine Woolen Mills: M. J. 
Hawkins, Prop. 

SILK MILLS. 

Three silk mills, capital, $2,006,000; 60,820 
spindles, 447 looms; employees, 874. Raw ma- 
terial used. 253,165 pounds; value yearly out- 
put, $1,799,964. 

Wadesboro — Wadesboro Mfg. Co. : Russell 
Murray, Sec. 

Fayetteville — Hawthorn Silk Co. : Fayetteville. 

High Point— Stehli Silks Corporation: C. W. 
Earlow, Sec. 

CORDAGE MILLS. 

Two cordage mills; capital invested, $55,000; 
value yearly output, $293,605. Employees, 42. 

Granite Falls — Granite Cordage Co. : A. A. 
Shuford, Jr., Sec. 

Hickory— Highland Cordage Co.: A. A. Shu- 
ford. Jr., Sec. 



Furniture Factories 



Number factories, 124; Capital invested, $14.- 
790.322.77; value yearly output, $32,106,739. 
Employees in furniture factories, 9,299. 

Mebane — Mebane Bedding Co. : B. F. A\ ar- 
ren. 

Mebane — Mebane Iron Bed Co. : J. S. Vin- 
cent. 

Mebane — The White Furniture Co. : J. S. 
White. 

Edwards X Roads — Valley Manufacturing Co. 

Asheville — C, H, Reeves. 

Woodfin— Carolina Woods Products Co. : 
Ralph Rosenberg, Vice-Pres. 

Drexel — Drexel Furniture Co. 

Morganton — Morganton Furniture Co. : A. (J. 
Chaffee. 

Granite Falls— Warlick & Sherrill Co.: D. H. 
Warlick. 

Lenoir— Bernhardt Chair Co.: B. L. Stine. 

Lenoir — Caldwell Furniture Co. : L. E. 
Robb. 

Lenoir— Ethel Chair Co.: B. L. Stone. 

Lenoir — Harper Furniture Co. : J. A. Mar- 
shall, Mgr. 

Lenoir— Kent-Coffey Manufacturing Co. 

Lenoir— Lenoir Chair Mfg. Co.: S. S. Jen- 
nings. 

Lenoir — Lenoir Furniture Corporation: R. ». 
Crisp. 

Lenoir — Thomas Phonograph Co. : Malton 
Triplett. 

Hickory— Hickory Chair Mfg. Co.: Geo. 
Bailey. 

Hickory — Hickory Furniture Co. : George w . 
Hall. 

Hickory— Ivey Manufacturing Co. : G. F. Ivey 

Hickory — Martin Furniture Co. : E. B. Cline. 

West Hickory— Southern Desk Co. : G. F. 

I V6j. 

Siler City — Bent Oak Chair Mfg. Co. : J. M. 

Stora. „ „ 

Siler City— Chatham Chair Mfg. Co.: R. G. 
Edwards. 

Siler City— High Point Bending and Chair 
Co. : Miss Grace Boling. 



Murphy— The Valley River Lumber Co. : S. 
Woodbury. 

New Bern— French Cabinet Works: L. La- 
Quise. _ _ 

Denton— Denton Chair Co.: O. T. L?onard. 

Lexington— Dixie Furniture Co.: W. F. Spar- 
ger. 

Lexington — Elk Furniture Co. : W. L. Gall- 
more. „, 

Lexington — Hoover Chair Co. : Chas. M. 
Hoovef. 

Lexington — Lexington Chair Co. : George L. 
Hackney. 

Lexington — Lexington Upholstering Co. : L. J. 
Pearson. 

Lexington — Piedmont Mirror Co. : Owners. 

Lexington— Southern Upholstering Co. : J. 
Grimes. 

Thomasville — Lambeth Furniture Co. : J. W. 
Lambeth. 

Thomasville— Standard Chair Co. : F. S. Lam- 
beth. 

Thomasville — Thomasville Chair Co.: J. A. 
Finch. 

Thomasville — Thomasville Furniture Co. : John 
R. Myers. 

Mocksville — Hanes Chair and Table Co. 

Durham — Western Feather Co.: H. Rutledge, 
Prop. 

Kernersville — Kernersville Furniture Mfg. Co : 
M. Vance Fulp. 

Kernersville — King Furniture Co.: M. Vane 
Fulp. 

Winston -Salem — Forsyth Chair Co.: W. B. 
Casey, Vice-Pres. 

Winston -Salem— Forsyth Dining-room Fur- 
niture Co. : M. B. Casey. 

Winston-Salem— Forsyth Furniture Co.: John 
D. Stockton. 

Winston-Salem— Forsyth Mfg. Co.: R. A. 
Spaugh, Treas. 

Winston-Salem— B. F. Huntley Furniture Co.: 
Frank B. Cash, Bookkeeper. 

Gibsonville — Overman Chair Co.: C. W. Over- 
man. 



FURNITURE FACTORIES 



©nmntrrrtal printing (En. 

incorporated 
American Plan Shop 

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 



General Printers 

RULERS. BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK 
MANUFACTURERS 



ONE OF THE BEST EQUIPPED PRINTING ESTABLISHMENTS 

IN THE SOUTH 



Greensboro — Greensboro Bedding Co. : F. R. 

Greensboro — Melton-Rhodes Co.: E. N. Ensi- 
le nd. 

Greensboro — Southern Feather and Pillow Co. 

Greensboro — Standard Table Co. 

Greensboro — Sterling Furniture Co. : J. Kel- 
lenbergef. 

High Point — Alma Furniture Co. 

High Point — Barnes Manufacturing Co. : E. 
S. Wall. 

High Point — Cabinet Furniture Co. 

High Point — Climax Upholstering Co.: \V. H. 
Davis. 

High Point — The Continental Furniture Co. : 
L. I. Massey. 

High Point — Dalton Furniture Co. : R. 15. 
Terry. 

High Point— Fred Ecker. 

High Point— Ejecto File Co. : Chas. A. Vamer. 

High Point— J. F. & A. Ellison: Arthur 
Ellison. 

High Point — Ellison Furniture Co.: O. H. 
Ellison. 

High Point — Giant Furniture Co. 

High Point — Globe Parlor Furniture Co. 

High Point — High Point Furniture Co. : M. 
J. Wrenn. 

High Foint — High Point Metallic Bed Co. 

High Point— Ideal Table Co. 

High Point — Kearns Furniture Co. : D. E. 
KearnS. 

High Point — Keystone Cabinet Co. : Wm. 
Tate. 

High Point— Knox Upholstering Co. : J. Vas- 
sie Wilson. 

High Point— J. A. Lindsey. 

High Point — Marsh Furniture Co. : A. W. 
Marsh, Vice-Pres. 

High Point— Mattocks Furniture Co.: C. B. 
Mattocks. 



High Point— Myrtle Desk Co. 

High Point— National Upholstering Co.: J. 
W. Poplin. 

High Point— A. .T. Rickel Furniture Mfg. Co. 

High Point — Rowe Parlor Furniture Co. V\ 
C. Rowe. 

High Point— Southern Chair Co.: S. L. Davis. 

High Point — Tate Furniture Co. 

High Point — Tomlinson Chair Mfg. Co. 

High Point — Union Frame Co. 

High Point — (Jnlon Furniture Co. : Fred A. 
Thomas. 

High Point— Welch Furniture Co. : J. W. 
Harris. 

High Point — Wrenn-Columliia Furniture Co.: 
R. II. Shaw, Jr.. Mgr. 

Pleasant Garden — Pleasant Garden Co. : 
K. Tucker. 

Dunn — Newberry Bros. & Cowell. Inc. : A 
Newberry. 

HazL'lwood — Unagusta Mfg. Co. : Chas. 
Quinland. 

Hazelwood — Waynesville Furniture Co. 

Mooresville — Mooresville Furniture Co.: 
W. Troutraan. 

Statesvllle — Carolina Parlor Furniture I 
L. S. Gilliam. 

Statesvllle — Imperior Furniture Mfg. Co.: C. 
E. Ketger. 

Statesvllle— O. W. Slam Class Co.! Fred T. 
Slam. 

stiitcsvlllc — Statesvillo Furniture Co I 0. 
Sbelton, 

santord— Fltts-Crabtree Mfg. Co W n 
Fitts. 

Marion — Blue Ridge Furniture Co 

Marlon— Catawba Furniture Co T t Wrenn 

Marion — Drexel Furniture Co . n- ! I Byron 
Conley. 

Marlon — McDowell Furniture Co ! I. .1 Cut- 
lar, Mgr 



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BANKS AND BANKERS 



Charlotte — H. M. Wade M?g. uo. : XI. M. 
Wade. 

Wilmington — Jenkins Cabinet Shop. 

Wilmington — Wilmington Cabinet Shop. 

Asheboro — American Eemwooct Chair Co. : F. 
3. Phillips. 

Asheboro — Asheboro Chair Co. : J. O. Red- 
ding. 

Asheboro — Piedmont Chair Co. 

Asheboro — Randolph Chair Co. 

Liberty — Liberty Chair Co. : Jas. H. Johnson. 

Ramsjur— Moffltt Mfg. Co.: S. F. Mofflt. 

Ramseur — Ramseur Furniture Co. : M. (J. 
Smith, Bookkeeper. 

Randleman — Deep River Chair Co. : E. F. 
Ferryman. 

Albemarle — Albemarle Cabinet Co. : C. W. 
Russell. 

King — King Mfg. Co., inc.: John Christian. 



Elkin, R. F. D.— Elkin Furniture Co. : R. 
h Hubbard. 

Mount Airy — Banner Mfg. Co. : E. C. Foy. 

Mount Airy — Mount Airy Furniture Co. : ET 
M. Kocktitzky. 

Mount Airy — Mount Airy Mantel and Table. 
Co. : B. H. Williamson, Vice-Pres. 

Mount Airy — National Furniture Co. : John 
Sabotten. 

Raleigh— Raleigh Mfg. Co.: G. W. Marshall. 

Raleigh— H. S. Storr Co.: J. C. Root. 

Goldsboro — Goldsboro Furniture Co. : L. C. 
Lane. 

North Wilkesboro — Forest Furniture Co. : J. 
R. Finley. 

North Wilkesboro — Home Chair Co. : J. H. 
McNeill. 

North Wilkesboro — Oak Furniture Co. : J. H. 
Johnson. 



Banks and Bankers 



(STATE) 



Aberdeen — Merchants and Farmers Bank: W. 

A. Blue, President; W. T. Overman, Cashier. 
Aberdeen — Page Trust Co. : J. R. Page, Presi- 
dent; S. J. Hinsdale, Cashier. 

Ahoskie — Bank of Ahoskie: C. C. Hoggard, 
President ; James I. Crawrbrd, Cashier. 

Ahoskie — Farmers Atlantic Bank: Dr. C. G. 
Powell, President; V. D. Strickland, Cashier. 

Albemarle — Cabarrus Savings Bank (branch 
of Cabarrus Savings Bank, Concord) : M. J. 
Harris, Jr., Cashier. 

Albemarle — Stanly County Bank and Trust 
Co.: A. C. Heath, President; A. P. Harris, 
Cashier. 

Andrews — Merchants and Manufacturers Bank: 
J. W. Walker, President; J. H. Abernathy, 
Cashier. 

Angier — Angier Bank and Trust Co. : P. S. 
Cooper, President; J. E. Williams, Cashier. 

Angier — Farmers Bank: J. L. Johnson, Presi- 
dent; O. S. Young, Cashier. 

Ansonville — Bank of Anson: Adam Lockhar.t, 
President; M. P. Hill, Cashier. 

Apex — Merchants and Farmers Bank: A. B. 
Hunter, President; B. P. Pearson, Cashier. 

Apex — Peoples Bank: C. B. Wilkerson, Presi- 
dent; .1. L. Crowder, CasTner. 

Arapahoe — Bank of Pamlico (branch Bank of 
Pamlico. Bayboro) : W. J. Swann, President; 
John S. Weskett. Cashier. 

Asheboro — Bank of Randolph: D. B. Mc- 
Crary, President; W. J. Armfleld, Jr.. Cashier. 

Asheboro — Asheboro Bank and Trust Co. : H. 
T. Caveness, President; E. H. Morris, Cashier. 

Asheville — Bank of West Asheville: G. D. 
Carter, President ; II. B. Posey, Cashier. 

Asheville — Battery Park Bank: T. C. Coxe, 
President; S. A. Hubbard, Cashier. 

Asheville — Central Bank and Trust Co.: W. 

B. Davis, President; Russell C. Davis, Cashier. 
Asheville — Citizens Bank: E. L. Ray, Presi- 
dent; J. A. Campbell, Cashier. 

Asheville — Southern State Bank: R. E. Cur- 
rence. President; J. E. Kelster, Cashier. 

Asheville — Wachovia Bank and Trust Co. 
(branch Wachovia Loan and Tr. Co., "Winston): 
W. B. Williamson, Cashier. 

Askewville — Farmers-Atlantic Bank (branch 
Farmers Atlantic Bank, Ahoskie) : Dr. C. G. 
Powell, President; L. S. Mizelle, Cashier. 

Atkinson — Bank of Atkinson: E. A. Howes, 
President; E. H. Page, Cashier. 

Auburn — Auburn Banking Co: J. J. Lane, 
President; S. Leslie Watts. Cashier. 

Aulander — Bank of Anlander: C. W. Mitchell, 
Jr.. President; J. E. Cooke. Cashier. 

AulanderFarmers Bank: T. J. White, Presi- 
dent ; M. A. Davenport, Cashier. 



Aurora — Bank of Aurora: R. L. M. Bonner, 
President; O. M. Hooker, Cashier. 

Aurora — Richland Farmers Bank: B. B. 
Thompson, President; W. T. Stillman, Cashier. 

Avondale — Haynes Bank: Chas. H. Haynes, 
President; J. B. Watkins, Cashier. 

Ayden — Bank of Ayden: C. V. Cannon, Presi- 
dent; J. H. S. Hodges, Cashier. 

Badin— Bank of Badin: R. L. Smith, Presi- 
dent; John S. Cox, Cashier. 

Bailey — Branch Banking and Trust Co. 
(branch Banking and Trust Co., Wilson). 

Bakersville — Merchants and Farmers Bank: 
R. H. Griffith, President; D. A. Greene, Cash- 
ier. 

Banner Elk— Banner Elk Bank: W. C. Tate, 
President; W. L. Norman, Cashier. 

Battleboro — Planters Bank: J. C. Braswell, 
President; Millard F. Jones, Cashier. 

Bayboro — Bank_ of Pamlico: W. J. Swann, 
President; John ~S. Wessett, Cashier. 

Beaufort — Bank of Beaufort: T. A. Uzzell, 
President; J. A. Hornaday, Jr., Cashier. 

Beaufort — Beaufort Banking and Trust Co : 
N. W. Taylor, President; TJ. E. Swann, Cash- 
ier. 

Belhaven — Bank of Belhaven : C. P. Aycock, 
Presid nt ; W. E. Stubbs, Cashier. 

Belhaven — Farmers Bank: Dr. N. B. Mariner. 
President ; W. J. Justus, Cashier. 

Belmont — Bank of Belmont: R. L. Stowe. 
President; W. B. Pruett. Cashier. 

Belmont — Peoples Exchange Bank: R. B. 
Suggs, President; W. D. Crawford, Cashier. 

Bennett — Bank of Bennett (branch Bonlee 
Bank and Trust Co., BonleO: Isaac H. Dun- 
lap, President; C. M. Andrews, Cashier. 

Benson — Citizens Tank and Trust Co.: Pres- 
ton Woodall, President; H. A. Parker Cashier. 

Benson — Farmers Commercial Bank: M. T. 
Britt, President; W. H. Slocumb, Cashier. 

Bessemer City — Bessemer City Bank: R. C. 
Kennedy, President; O. M. Vernon, Cashier. 

Bethel — Bethel Banking and Trust Co. : M. O. 
Blount, President; S. C. Ives, Cashier. 

Bethel — Farmers and Merchants Bank: H. V. 
Staton, President: W. M. Pruett. Cashier. 

Beulaville — Bank of Beulaville: O. W. Quinn, 
President; A. L. Cavanaugh, Cashier. 

Biscoe — Bank of Biscoe; E. R. Burt, Presi- 
dent; A. W. Burt, Cashier. 

Black Creek — Bank of Black Creek: J. H. 
Thompson. President; J. A. Barnes, Cashier. 

Black Mountain — Commonwealth Bank: F. A. 
Perley, President ; A. A. Hegeman, Cashier. 

Bladenboro — Bank of Bladenboro: H. C. 
i Bridger, President; H. C. Brldger, Jr.. Cashier. 

Blowing Rock — Bank of Blowing Rock: J. A. 



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Lentz, President; J. T. Miller, Cashier. 

Boiling Springs — Boiling Springs Bank 
(branch Bank of Mooresboro) :■ J. B. Blanton, 
President; Y. L. McCardwell, Cashier. 

Bonlee — Bonlee Bank and Trust Co. : Isaac 
Dunlap, President; C. M. Andrews, Cashier. 

Boone — Peoples Bank and Trust Co. : T. H. 
Coffey, President; Avery Y. Howell, Cashier. 

Boone — Watauga County I!ank: X. L. Mast, 
President; G. P. Hagaman, Cashier. 

Boonville — Commercial and Savings Bank: 
F. W. Day, President; J. W. Shore, Cashier. 

Bostic — Bostic Bank — E. N. Washburn, Presi- 
dent; S. C. Gettys, Cashier. 

Brevard — Brevard Banking Co: Thos. H. Ship- 
man. President; R. B. Lyon, Cashier. 

Bridgeton — Bank of Bridgeton: A. F. Bunting, 
President; J. A. Nunn, Cashier. 

Broadway — Bank of Broadway: Jame3 L. 
Thomas, President; D. E. Shaw, Cashier. 

Bryson City — Bryson City Bank: D. K. Col- 
lins, President; J. B. Long. Cashier. 

Bryson City — Citizens Bank: A. M. Frye, 
President; O. P. Williams. Cashier. 

Buies Creek — Bank of I'.uirs Creek: J. A. 
Campbell, President; B. F. McLeod, Cashier. 

Bunn — Bunn Banking Co. : B. L. Ilufflnes, 
President; M. E. Shamburger. Jr., Cashier. 

Burgaw — Bank of Pender: C. C. Branch, Presi- 
dent; Maud Paddison. Assistant Cashier. 

Burgaw — Planters Bank and Trust Co.: W A 
Brown. President; J. E. Crutchfleld. Cashier. 

Burlington — Alamance Hank and Trust Co.: J. 
H. Holt, President; .T. M. Fix. Cashier. 

Burlington — First Savings Bank: C. V. Sellers, 
President; M. W. McPherson, Cashier. 

Burnsville — Bank of Yancey: .r. W. Biggins, 
President; J. M. Lyon, Cashier. 

Burnsville — Citizens Bank: S. G. I'.yrd. 
President; Thomas It. I'.yrd. Cashier. 

Calypso Citizens nank (branch Bank of 



Mount Olive): Thos. E. Cooper, Presld 
liobert L. Cox, Cashier. 

Cameron — Bank of Cameron (branch Bank of 
Sanford): S. P. Hatch, President; J. I). 
McLean, Cashier. 

Candor — Bank of Candor: D. C. Ewing, r 
ident; A. A. Maness, Cashier. 

Canton — Bank of Canton: T. J. Cathey, Presi- 
dent; W. B. Palmer, Cashier. 

Canton — Champion Bank and Trust Co. : W. 
J. Hampton, President; J. II. Kirkpatrick, 
Cashier. 

Carolcen — Farmers Hank and Trust 
(branch Farmers Bank and Trust c 
City): D. B. Doggett, President; J. II. Th 
Cashier. 

Carrboro — Bank of Carrboro (branch Bank 01 
Chapel Hill): M. C. s. Noble. President; a P 
Lloyd. Cashier. 

Carthage — Pago Trust Co. (branch 
Trust Co., Aberdeen): D. A. McDonald. I 
dent; 1*. T. Farabow. Cashier. 

Carthage — Bank of Moon U. L. Si 
President; M. (I. Dalrymple, Cashier. 

Cary— Bank of Cary: M. B. Dry, President: 
E. P. Bashaw. CaahJ 

Casta Castalia : B. J. Ban 

mew. President : \v. .1 Lancaster, Cashier. 

Catawba — Peoples Bank: .1 1 . Long, 1 
\V. B. Walker, cashier. 

Cerro Gordo — Bank ot (Vrro G 1 P C 
1 looper, President . R B Sti ; b 

Chadbourc Ba 1 1 h Wll 

Uamson, Pn Idi at; C. L I bier 

Chadboun Fanners Ba I '' 

Blake, President; .1 C tti 1 bier, 

Chapel H' Bank of Chapel Hill U C B 
Noble, President; m. E B i bier 

Chai ■ Ban* E v. Howell, 

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BANKS AND BANKERS 



Charlotte — American Trust Co. : W. H. Wood, 
President] J. E. Davis, Cashier. 

Charlotte — Independence Trust Co. : J. H. 
Little. President ; E. E. Jones, Cashier. 

Charlotte — Security Savings Bank: ,T. B. 
Ivey, President; \V. L. Jenkins, Cashier. 

Cherryville — Farmers Bank and Trust Co: 
David P. Dellinger, President; C. L. Beam, 
Cashier. 

China Grove — Bank of China Grove: A. M. 
Hanna, President; C. C. Graham, Cashier. 

Claremont — Peoples Bank (branch Peoples 
Bank. Catawba): J. N. Long, President; W. B. 
Walker, Cashier. 

Clarkton— Bank of Bladen: E. J. Cox, Presi- 
dent; E. C. Clark, Cashier. 

Clavton— Clayton Banking Co. : Charles W. 
Home, President; John G. Talton, Cashier. 

Clayton — Farmers Bank: J. A. Vinson, Presi- 
dent; J. M. Turley, Cashier. 

Cleveland — Citizens Bank: W. F. Thompson, 
President; W. W. Boseman, Cashier. 

Cliff side — Haynes Bank (branch Haynes 
Bank, Avondale): B. R. Haynes, President; 
J. B. Watkins. Cashier. 

Clinton — Bank of Clinton: L. A. Betnune, 
President; H. McKinnon, Cashier. 

Clinton— Bank of Sampson: W. F. Peterson, 
President; A. G. Robinson, Cashier. 

Clyde — Bank of Clyde: John D. Wood, Pres- 
ident; T. H. Haynes. Cashier. 

Coats— Bank of Harnett (branch Bank of 
Harnett, Duke) : C. E. Stuart, Cashier. 

Colerain — Bank of Colerain: L. A. Nowell, 
President; D. R. Britton, Cashier. 

Colerain— Peoples Bank and Trust Co. : L. 

D. Perry, President; W. M. Sitterson, Cashier. 
Coleridge — Bank of Coleridge: C. A. Hay- 
worth. President; C. T. Spoon. Cashier. 

Columbia — Merchants and Farmers Bank: D. 
O. Newberry, President; D. M. Darden, Cash- 
ier. 

Columbia— Tyrrell County Bank: L. A. 
Armstrong, President; S. S. Woodley, Cashier. 

Columbus — Polk County Bank and Trust Co.: 

E. W. S. Cobb. President: F. W. Blanton, 
Cashier. 

Concord — Cabarrus Savings Bank: H. I. 
Woodhouse, President; C. W. Swink, Cashier. 

Concord — Citizens Bank and Trust Co.: C. 
B. Wagoner. President; A. F. Goodman, Cash- 
ier. 

Conetoe— Bank of Conetoe: H. C. Bridgers, 
President; J. B. Warren. Cashier. 

Connelly Springs— Peoples Bank: W. T. Mc- 
Galliard. President; J. G. Aiken, Cashier. 

Conover — Citizens Bank: John A. Isenhower. 
President; A. L. Shuford, Cashier. 

Conway— Bank of Conway: W. T. Bridgers. 
President; L. W. Flythe, Cashier. 

Cooleemee — Bank of Cooleemee: J. B. Mason, 
President; J. H. L. Rice, Cashier. 

Cornelius— Bank of Cornelius: F. C. Sherrtll. 
President; J. T. Beard, Cashier. 

Council— Bank of Council: H. M. McAllister. 
President ; J. A. Pickett, Cashier. 

Creswell— Bank of Creswell: J. M. Ambrose, 
Fresident: D. E. Woodley, Cashier. 

Creswell— Peoples Bank: H. G. Walker, Presi- 
dent; J. C. Gatlin, Cashier. 

Dallas— Bank of Dallas: S. N. Boyce, Presi- 
dent; L. M. Hoffman, Jr., Cashier. 

Danbury — Bank of Stokes County: J. W. Neal, 
President; N. E. Pepper, Cashier 

Danbury— Citizens Bank: J. Spot Taylor. 
President; M. O. Jones, Cashier. 

Davidson — Bank of Davidson: John L. Douglas. 
President; W. H. Thompson. Cashier. 

D enver — Farmers and Merchants Bank (branch 
of Farmers and Merchants Bank. Stanley) : M. 
C. Hunter, President; J. M. Beinhardt, Cash- 
ier. 

Dobson— Surry County Loan and Trust Co. 



(branch Surry County Loan and Trust Co., Mt. 
Airy). 

Dover — Bank of Dover: Geo. W. Hardwicke, 
President; Ary Freeman. Cashier. 

Draper — Bank of Draper: T. B. Hundley, 
President: B. E. Ivie, Cashier. 

Duke — Bank of Harnett: B. N. Duke, Presi- 
dent; S. J. Clark, Jr., Cashier. 

Dunn — Commercial Bank: E. P. Davis, Presi- 
dent; J. D. Davis, Cashier. 

Dunn— State Bank and Trust Co. : T. V. 
Smith. Sr., President; E. T. Draper, Cashier. 

Durham — Durham Loan and Trust Co. : John 
Sprunt Hill, President; T. C. Worth, "Vice- 
President. 

Durham— Fidelity Bank: B. N. Duke, Pres- 
ident; L. D. Kirkland. Cashier. 

Durham — Fraternal Bank and Trust Co. : W. 
G. Pearson, President; T. David Parham. 
Cashier. 

Durham — Home Savings Bank: John Sprunt 
Hill. President; T. B. Pierce, Cashier. 

Durham — Mechanics and Farmers Bank- S. 
L. Warren. President ; C. C. Spaulding. Cash- 
ier. 

Durham Merchants Bank: W. P. Clements, 
President; C. T. Cox, Cashier. 

East B^nd— Yadkin Valley Bank: W. H. 
Speas, President; A. E. Harrell. Cashier. 

East Durham — Peoples Pank: Y. E. Smith; 
President; H. C. Barbee. Cashier. 

East Spencer — Bank of East Spencer: W. J. 
Hatley. President: S. E. McNeely, Cashier. 

Edenton — Bank of Edenton: Julien Wood, 
President ; D. M. Warren. Cashier. 

Edenton — Citizens Bank: H. C. Privott. 
President: Charles H. Wood, Cashier. 

Efland— Hank of Efland: John L. Efland. 
President; Roberts Riley. Cashier. 

Elizabeth City — Albemarle Bank: E. L. Hof- 
fler. President; W. H. Holland. Cashier. 

Elizabeth City — Savings Bank and Trust Co. : 
P. H. Williams, President; H. G. Kramer. 
Cashier. 

Elizabethtown — Bank of Elizabethtown: J. B. 
Clark, President: Balph Boring, Cashier. 

Elk Park — Citizens Bank: A. P. Brinkley. 
President; P. A. Vance, Cashier. 

Ellenboro— Bank of Ellenboro: D. B. Harrill, 
President; E. E. Harrill, Cashier. 

Ellerbe— Bank of Ellerbe: J. R. Wall, Presi- 
dent; Prince O'Brien, Cashier. 

Ellerbe — Bennett Bank and Trust Co. : J. K. 
Bennett, President; J. R. Pennett, Cashier. 

Elm City — Elm City Bank: John L. Bailey, 
President; K. B. Bailey, Cashier. 

Elm City — Toisnot Bank Co. : B. S. Wells, 
President; James W. Hays. Cashier. 

Elon College — Elon Banking and Trust Co. : 
W. P. Lawrence, President; Marie Riddick, 
Cashier. 

Enfield — Bank of Enfield: Ivey Watson, Pres- 
ident: W. R. Garnett, Cashier. 

Enfield — Commercial and Farmers Bank: P. 

0. Petway, President; F. C. Patterson, Cash- 
ier. 

Englehard — Englehard Banking and Trust 
Co.: J. H. Jarvis, President; W. M. Hooker, 
Jr.. Cashier. 

Eure — Farmers Bank of Eure: R. B. Hill. 
President; M. D. Harrell. Cashier. 

Everetts — Planters and Merchants Bank: V. 
K. Taylor. President; V. G. Taylor, Cashier. 

Fair Bluff— Bank of Fair Bluff: J. F. Rogers. 
President; J. E. Dick, Cashier. 

Fair Bluff — Farmers and Merchants Bank: 

1. B. Tucker, President; R. C. Tucker, Cash- 
ier. 

Fairmont — Bank of Fairmont: F. L. Blue, 
President; F. L. Blue. Cashier. 

Faison— Bank of Faison: C. S. Hines, Presi- 
dent; M. McD. Williams. Cashier. 

Farmville — Bank of Farmville: R. L. Davis, 
President; D. E. Oglesby, Cashier. 



BANKS AND BANKERS 



Farmville — Citizens Bank: J. T. Thome, 
President; W. B. Willis, Cashier. 

Fayetteville — Cumberland Savings and Trust 
Co.: F. H. Stedman, President; Albert Stewart, 
Cashier. 

Fayetteville — Farmers and Merchants Bank: 
Iheo. E. Owen, President; M. D. Kemp. 
Cashier. 

Fayetteville — Lafayette Bank and Trust Co. : 
John B. Tolar, Jr., President; Paul Stewart, 
Cashier. 

Fletcher — Bank of Fletcher: W. H. Sumner, 
President; B. W. Fletcher, Cashier. 

Forest City — Farmers Bank and Trust Co. : 
B. B. Doggett,, President; B. H. Long, Cash- 
ier. 

Fountain — Bank of Fountain: H. C. Bridgers. 
President; W. B. Graham, Cashier. 

Four Oaks — Bank of Four Oaks: J. H. Aus- 
tin, President; D. W. Lambe, Cashier. 

Franklin — Bank of Franklin: J. S. Sloan, 
President; Lee Crawford. Cashier. 

Franklin — Citizens Bank: D. W. Blaine, 
Fresident; John C. Wright, Cashier. 

Franklinton — Citizens Bank: E. J. Cheatham. 
President ; W. F. Joyner, Cashier. 

Franklinton — Commercial Bank and Trust Co. : 
A. H. Vann, President; Geo. Carmichael, Cash- 
ier. 

Franklinville — Bank of Franklinville: Hugh 
Parks, President; W. H. Birkhead, Cashier. 

Fremont — Bank of Fremont: J. T. Hooks, 
President; Cutlar Lee, Cashier. 

Fremont — Planters Bank and Trust Co. : L. 
L. Newsome, President ; E. G. Deans, Cashier. 
Fuquay Springs — Bank of Fuquay: K. B. 
Johnson, President; Robert Kerr, Cashier. 

Garland — Bank of Garland (branch Bank of 
Clinton): L. A. Bethune, President; H. Mc- 
Kinnon, Cashier. 

Garner — Garner Banking and Trust Co. : H. 
D. Rand, President; W. B. Johnson, Cashier. 

Garysburg — Merchants and Farmers Bank: 
John B. Collier, President; B. E. Brown, 
Cashier. 

Gastonia — Gaston Loan and Trust Co. : 
Thomas L. Craig, President; M. A. Carpenter, 
Cashier. 

Gastonia — Peoples Bank: S. N. Boyce, Presi- 
dert; Thos. J. Brawley, Cashier. 

Gates — Citizens Bank: R. D. Gatling, Presi- 
dent; E. L. Rawles, Cashier. 

Gatesville — Bank of Gates: W. T. Cross, 
President; Lycurgus Hofler. Cashier. 

Gatesville — Planters Savings Bank: R. M. 
Riddick, Jr., President; Charles M. Early. 
Cashier. 

Germanton — Bank of Stokes County (branch 
Bank of Stokes County, Danbury) : J. W. Neal, 
President; J. C. Carson, Cashier. 

Gibson— Bank of Gibson: N. T. Fletcher, 
President; N. T. Fletcher, Cashier. 

Gibson— Carolina State Bank: M. W. Adams. 
President; F. D. Gibson, Cashier. 

Gibsonville — Bank of Gibsonville: J. L. Ker- 
nodle, President; J. W. Boring, Cashier. 

Goldsboro — Farmers Loan and Trust Co, : K. 
H. Edwards, President; M. Clarence Crowson, 
Cashief. 

Goldsboro— Goldsboro Savings and Trust Co. : 
G. A. Norwood, President; Thos. H. Norwood, 
Cashier. 

Goldsboro — Peoples Bank and Trust Co. : 
Geo. C. Kornegay, President; James Kyle. 
Cashier. 

Goldston — Bank of Goldston: Hugh Womble. 
President; T. W. Goldston, Cashier. 

Graham— Citizens Bank: W. J. Nicks, Presi- 
dent; J. S. Cook, Cashier. 

Granite Falls— Bank of Granite: J. W. Hoke, 
President; R. R. llouek. Cashier. 

Granite Quarry — Farmers and Merchants 
Bank and Trust Co.; J. H. A. Lyeiiy. presi- 
dent; J. E. Fisher, Cashier. 



Greensboro — Atlantic Bank and Trust Co.: 
Julius W. Cone, President; John W. Simpson, 
Cashier. 

Greensboro — Farmers and V Hank 

and Trust Co. : J. P I ; U. 

M. Middli-tim, Cashier. 

Greensboro — Greensboro Loan and Tm 
J, W. Fry, President; W. E. \ 

Greensboro — Textile Bank: Julius W. Cone, 
Ptesident; J. H. Cole, Cashier. 

Greenville — Farmers Bank: R. R. Fleming, 
President; Paul L Clodfelter, Cashier. 

Greenville — Greenville Banking and Trust Co. : 

E. G. Flanagan, President; W. ir. Wiolard. 
Cashier. 

Grifton — Bank of Grifton: L J. Chapman. 
President; G. T. Gardner, Cashier. 

Grimesland — Bank of Grimesland: J. C. Gal- 
loway, President; J. H. Brooks, Cashier. 

Grover — Bank of Grover: D. j. Keitor, Presi- 
dent; J. B. Ellis, Cashier. 

Gulf — Citizens Bank and Trust Co. (branch 
Citizens Bank and Trust Co., Siler City). 

Halifax — Bank of Halifax: Quentin Gregory, 
President; F. H. Gregory, Cashier. 

Halifax — Citizens Bank: Swain S. Norman, 
President; Milton Norman, Cashier. 

Hamilton — Bank of Hamilton: R. W. Sals- 
bury, President; F. L. Haislip. Cashier. 

Hamlet — Bank of Hamlet: F. M. Rose, Presi- 
dent; David Easterlin, Cashier 

Hamlet — Page Trust Co. (branch Page Trust 
Co., Aberdeen): J. R. Page, President: Frank 
R. Page, Cashier. 

Harmony — Harmony Banking and Trust Co. : 

F. B. Gaither, President; ' L. R. Harkey 
Cashier. 

Harreilsville — Bank of Harrellsville : J. A. 
Powel, President; E. D. Callis, Cashier. 

Haw River — Bank of Haw River: S. A. Vest, 
President: J. A. Long, Cashier. 

Hayesville — Clay County Bank: J. A. Cham- 
bers, President; G. H. naigler. Cashier. 

Hemp — Bank of Hemp (branch I'.ank of Plni 
hurst). 

Henderson — Carolina Bank and Trust Co.: 
J. H. Brodie, President; R. C. Gary. Cashier, 
Henderson — Citizens Bank; J. B. Owen. 
President; W. A. Hunt, Cashier. 

Henderson — Farmers and Merchants Bank: 
John D. Cooper, Jr., President; It. IS. I 
der. Cashier. 

Hendersonville — First Bank and Trust I 
R. C. Clarke, President; J. Mack Rhodes, 
Cashier. 

Hendersonville — Henderson Count; I'.ank: S. 
H. Hudgins. President; Thomas J. Hayder, 
Cashier. 

Hertford — Farmers Bank and Trust Co B 
C. Stokes. President; H. C Sullivan. Cashier 

Hertford Hertford Banking Co.: T. S. 
White. President; L. W. Norman, Cashier. 

Hoekory Consolidated Trust Co.: W. B. 
Councill, President ; 1» B\ ibernethy, I 

Hickory— First Security Trust Co.: J. I>. 
Elliott, President; E. N. Carr. Tr< 

Hiddenite— Bank of Hiddeniti E I 
amier. President; •'. B Thomas, Ca 
High Point— High Point Savings and Trust 

Co i Elw I Cox, President; B l. Bagan, 

i ,i bier. 

High Point— Home Hanking Co T V 
Wrcun. President ; Bull II Hi deco> 

High Point Wachoi i Bank and 

b ol Wachoi la Loan and Tru I I 
Winston); W. c Idol, Cashier 

Hlllsboro— Bank of Orange: ■' S Spurgeon, 
Pn i. lent ; P. C. Collins. Cashier. 

Hlllsboro farm, rs and Merchants Bai 
R, Kenlon, Pre Idenl ; S L Ji hi on, Cashier 

Hobbsville Bank of Hobbavllli C R Hath 
away, President; W. M Hollowell, Cashier 

Hobgood Bank of Hobgood B i Shelton 
I i, in : a. i : Bowdi n, Cashli r 



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Hollister— Bank of Hollister: A. B. Schlich- 
ter, President; O. M. Schlichter, Cashier. 

Holly Springs — Bank of Holly Springs: H. VV. 
Norris, President; W. A .Segraves, Cashier. 

Hookerton — Bank of Hookerton: H. C. Brid- 
gers, President; R. A. McCauley, Cashier. 

Hot Springs — Citizens Bank (branch Citizens 
Bank of Marshall). 

Huntersville — Bank of Huntersville: J. R. 
McCurdy, President; H. J. McCorkle, Cashier. 

Jackson — Bank of Northampton : H. W. Lewis, 
President; Wilson B. Pugh, Cashier. 

Jackson Springs — Bank of Jackson Springs' 
J. E. Jordan, President; L. P. Evans, Cashier. 

Jacksonville — Bank of Onslow: J. W. Burton, 
President; George H. Bender, Cashier. 

Jamesville — Bank of Jamesville: J. E. Smith- 
wick, President; John D. Lilley, Cashier. 

Jefferson — Bank of Ashe: W. H. Worth, Pres- 
ident; W. E. Johnson, Cashier. 

Jonesboro — Banking, Loan and Trust Co. 
(Branch Banking, Loan and Trust Co., San- 
ford). 

Kannapolis — Cabarrus Savings Bank (branch) : 
L. P. Davis, Cashier. 

Keif ord— Bank of Kelford: W. P. Harrell, 
President; A. C. Smith, Cashier. 

Kenansville — Bank of Kenansville: John A. 
Gavin, Jr., President; R. H. Cuddington, Cash- 
ier, 

Kenly — Bank of Kenly: G. W. Watson, Pres- 
ident; E. V. Neighbors, Cashier. 

Kenly — Farmers Bank: H. F. Edgerton, 
President; J. M. Woolard, Jr., Cashier. 

Kernersville — Bank of Kernersville: W. H. 
Mendenhall, President; G. V. Fulp, Cashier. 

King — Bank of King: V. T. Grabs, Presi- 
dent; T. S. Petree, Cashier. 

King — Farmers and Merchants Bank: J. T. 
Smith, President; W. E. Hartman, Cashier. 

Kings Mountain — Peoples Loan and Trust 
Co.: J. O. Plonk, President; M. E. Herndon. 
Cashier. 

Kinston — Caswell Banking and Trust Co. : W. 
D. LaRoque, President; T. W. Heath, Cashier. 

Kinston — Farmers and Merchants Bank: C. F. 
Harvey, President; L. J. Mewbome, Cashier. 

Kinston — Peoples Bank: T. B. Holloway. 
President; J. G. Banton, Cashier. 

LaGrange — LaGrange Bank and Trust Co. : 
D. W. Wood, President; E. R. Burke. Cashier. 

LaGrange — Rouse Banking Co. : N. J. Rouse, 
President; T. R. Rouse, Cashier. 

Landis — Merchants and Farmers Bank: B. O. 
Edwards, President; D. C. Linn, Cashier. 

Lansing — Bank of Lansing: R. H. Jaines, 
President; P. C. Segraves, Cashier. 

Lasker — Bank of Lasker: J. S. Bryant, Pres- 
ident; G. H. Joyner, Cashier. 

Lattimore — Farmers Bank and Trust Co. 
(branch Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Forest 
City): J. F. Alexander, President; J. H. 
Thomas, Cashier. 

Laurel Hill— Bank of Laurel Hill: Z. V. 
Pate, President; R. M. Calhoun, Cashier. 

Laurinburg — Scotland County Savings Bank: 
A. L. James, President; Hinton James, Cashier. 

Laurinburg — State Bank: J. A. Jones, Presi- 
dent; W. H. Cooper, Cashier. 

Leaksville — Bank of Leaksville: D. F. King, 
President; G. G. Ivie, Cashier. 

Leaksville — Boulevard Bank and Trust Co. : 
P H. Gwynn, President; H. C. Pace, Cashier. 

Leaksville — Peoples Bank: S. L. Martin. 
President; A. E. Millner, Cashier. 

Leggett — Bank of Leggett: Theo. Fountain, 
President; Mabel Straughan, Cashier. 

Leggett — Farmers Banking and Trust Co. 
(branch Farmers Banking and Trust Co., Tar- 
boro). 

Leicester — Bank of Leicester: J. T. Davis, 
President; Loans E. Allman, Cashier. 

Lenoir — Bank of Lenoir: J. H. Beall, Presi- 
dent; A. G. Foard, Cashier. 



Lewiston — Bank of Lewiston: W. Mitchell, 
President ; H. B. Paschal, Cashier. 

Lexington — Bank of Lexington: G. W. Mont- 
castle. President; Charles D. Hunt, Cashier. 

Lexington — Commercial and Savings Bank: 
J. W. McCrary, President; James Adderton, 
Cashier. 

Lexington — Lexington Bank and Trust Co. : 
W. J. Vestal, President; Jas. E. Williams. 
Cashier. 

Liberty — Bank of Liberty: G. A. Foster, 
President; B. M. Brower, Cashier. 

Lilesville — Bank of Lilesville: J. F. Alex- 
ander, President; B. R. Wall, Cashier. 

Lillington — Bank of Lillington: D. H. Senter, 
President; H. T. Spears, Cashier. 

Lillington — Harnett County Trust Co.: B. P 
Gentry, President; W. L. Sutton, Cashier. 

Littleton — Bank of Littleton: H. F. Bonney. 
President ; H. F. Bonney, Cashier. 

Littleton — Planters Bank: T. J. Miles, Pres- 
ident; M. J. Grant, Cashier. 

Louisburg — Farmers and Merchants Bank: C. 
P. Harris, President; M. S. Clifton, Cashier. 

Lowell — Bank of Lowell: S. M. Robinson, 
President; T. P. Rankin, Cashier. 

Lucama — Lucama Bank: Jas. H. Newsom, 
President; S. E. High, Cashier. 

Lumberton — Planters Bank and Trust Co. : N. 
A. Thompson, President; K. M. Barnes, Cash- 
ier. 

McDonalds — Bank of McDonalds: E. L. Bow- 
man, President; J. F. Johnson, Cashier. 

McFarlan — Bank of McFarlan: W. J. Mc- 
Lendon, President; J. V. Webb, Cashier. 

Macclesfield — Merchants and Farmers Bank: 
J. S. Howard, President; L. E. Walston, Cashier. 

Macon — Bank of Macon: J. M. Coleman, 
President; J. S. Nowvll. Cashier. 

Madison — Bank of Madison: J. H. Moore, 
President; J. O. Ragsdale, Cashier. 

Madison — Farmers Bank and Trust Co. : 
James M. Vaughn, President; J. C. Thompson, 
Cashier 

Magnolia — Bank of Magnolia: John F. Croom, 
President; L. D. Dail, Cashier. 

Maiden — Maiden Bank: B. M. Spratt, Jr., 
President; G. E. Mauney, Cashier. 

Manteo — Bank of Manteo: R. C. Evans, 
President; R. B. Etheridge, Cashier. 

Marion — Merchants and Farmers Bank: J. D. 
Blanton, President; R. F. Burton, Cashier. 

Marshall — rank of French Broad: J. J. Ked- 
mon, President; W. B. Ramsey. Ca=hier. 

Marshall — Citizens Bank: J. H. White, Pres- 
ident ; A. W. Whitehurst. Cashier. 

Mars Hill— Bank of Mars Hill: N. W. An- 
derson, President; O. M. Jarvis, Cashier. 

Marshville — Bank of Marshville: J. H. Bee, 
President; B. C. Parker, Cashier. 

Marshville — Mutual Bank and, Trust Co. : R. 
C. Newsom, President; E. H. Moore, Cashier. 

Matthews — Bank of Matthews: N. S. Cochran, 
President; L. E. Funderburk, Cashier. 

Maxton — Bank of Maxton: T. O. Evans. 
President; Lacy Williams, Cashier. 

Maxton — Bank of Robeson: J. P. Wiggins, 
President; J. Lacy McLean, Cashier. 

Mayodan — Bank of Mayodan: J. O. Ragsdale, 
President; M. P. Black, Cashier. 

Maysville — Maysville Banking and Trust Co. : 
T. A. Green, President; George E. Weeks, 
Cashier. 

Mebane — Commercial and Farmers Bank: VV. 
A. Murray. President; S. G. Morgan. Cashi r. 

Micro — Citizens Bank: C. A. Fitzgerald, 
President; H. M. Fitzgerald, Cashier. 

Middlesex — Middlesex Banking Co. : A. F. 
Manning, President; W. K. Ballentine, Casli- 
ier. 

Midland— Bank of Midland: P. J. HartseU, 
President ; M. W. Harriss, Cashier. 

Mocksville — Bank of Davie: E. L. Gaither. 
President; J. F. Moore, Cashier. 



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Mocksville — Merchants and Farmers Bank: K 
B. Sanford. President; B. O. Morris, Cashier. 

Moncure — Banking. Loan and Trust Co. 
(branch Banking. Loan and Trust Co., San- 
ford): R. E. Carrington, President; J. K. 
Barnes, Cashier. 

Monroe — Bank of Union: W. S. Blakeney 
President; R. G. Laney, Cashier. 

Monroe — Farmers and Merchants Bank: M. 
K. Lee, President; R. A. Morrow, Jr., Cashier 

Monroe — Monroe Bank and Trust Co. : R. B. 
Redwine, President; H. B. Clark, Cashier. 

Mooresboro — Bank of Mooresboro: C. O. 
Champion, President; Y. L. McCardwell, Cash- 
ier. 

Mooresville — Merchants and Farmers Bank: 
E. W. Brawley, President; R. O. Miller Cash- 
ier. 

Morehead City — Bank of Morehead City: J. B. 
Morton, President; T. C. Wade, Cashier. 

Morehead City — Marine Bank: Charles S. 
Wallace, President ; E. A. Council, Cashier. 

Morganton — Bank of Morganton: C. A. Spen- 
cer, President; W. E. Walton, Cashier. 

Morven — Bank of Morven: ti. V. Hardison, 
President; M. L Ham. Cashier. 

Mount Airy — Bank of Mount Airy: W. J. 
Eyerly, President; F. P. Sparger, Cashier. 

Mount Airy — Surry County Loan and Trust 
Co.: W. F. Carter, President; W. G. Sydnor, 
Cashier. 

Mount Gilead — Bank of Mount Gilead: J. A. 
McAulay, President; W. B. Cochran, Cashier. 

Mount Holly — Central Bank and Trust Co. : 
N. B. Kendrick, President; S. Q. McGraw, 
Cashier. 

Mount Holly— Mount Holly Bank: H. A. 
Bhyne. President; J. A. Costner, Cashier. 

Mount Olive — Citizens BanK: H. M. Cox. 
Fresident; E. C. Bethea, Cashier. 

Mount Olive — Farmers and Merchants Bank: 
S. L. Warren, President; J. J. Whitehead, 
Cashier. 

Mount Pleasant — Cabarrus Savings Bank 
(branch Cabarrus Savings Bank, Concord). 

Moyock — Bank of Currituck: W. W. .larvis, 
President; W. W. Smith. Cashier. 

Murfreesboro — Peoples Bank: D. C. Barnes, 
President; W. A. McGlohon, Cashier. 

Murphy — Bank of Murphy: A. B. Dickey. 
President: L. E. Bayless. Cashier. 

Murphy — Cherokee Bank: E. A. Davidson. 
President; R. R. Rogers. Cashier. 

Nashville — Bank of Nashville: B. 3. Downey, 
President; N. B. Dozier, Cashier. 

New Bern — Citizens Savings Batik and Trust 
Co.: T. A. Uzzell, President; W. H. Hender- 
son, Cashier. 

New Bern — New Bern Banking and Trust 
Co.: O. W. Lane, President; W. R. Hose, 
Cashier. 

New Bern — Peoples Bank: T. A. Uzzell. Prea 
ident; E. C. Rea, Cashier. 



Newland — Avery County Bank: C. B. Von- 
canon, -President; E. C. Guy. Cashier. 

New London — Peoples Bank and Trust Co., 
(branch Peoples Bank and Trust Co., Rich- 
field). 

Newport — Bank of Newport: C. R. Wheatly, 
President; L. R. Garner. Cashier. 

Newton — Farmers and Merchants Bank: J. II. 
Yount. President; G. C. Little. Cashier. 

Norlina — Bank of Warren (branch). 

Norlina — Farmers and Merchants Bank 
(branch Farmers and Merchants Bank, Hen- 
derson). 

North Charlotte — Bank of North Charlotte: 
J. O. Simmons, President; J. N. Hawthorne, 
Cashier. 

North Wilkesboro— Bank of North Wllkes- 
boro: J. E. Finley, President; R. W. Gwyn, 
Cashier. 

North Wilkesboro — Deposit and Savings 
Bank: R. L. Doughton, President; Clem Wrenn, 
Cashier. 

Norwood — Bank of Norwood: T. A. llatli- 
cock. President; C. P. Crawley, Cashier. 

Oakboro — Bank of Oakboro: A. C. Heath. 
President ; F. W. Biggers, Cashier. 

Oak City— Bank of Oak City: H. S. Everett. 
President; B. M. Worslev, Cashier. 

Old Fort— Bank of Old Fort: J. S. Bradley. 
President; F. M. Bradley, Cashier. 

Oriental — Bank of Pamlico (branch Bank 
of Pamlico, Bayboro) : W. J. Swan, President; 
John S. Weskett, Cashier. 

Oxford — Oxford Savings Bank and Tru-i 
H. G. Cooper, President; W. T. Yancey, Uash- 
ler. 

Oxford — Union Bank and Trust Co. : .1. S. 
King, President; J. P. Harris, Cashier. 

Parkton — Bank of Parkton: ,T. G. Hughes, 
President; E. B. Daniel. Cashier. 

Parmele — Parmele Banking and Trust ("n 
N. O. VanNorthwick, President; F. S. Powell, 
Cashier. 

Peachland — Bank of Peachland: L. C. 
Broome, President; W. 1!. Phifer, Cashier. 

Pembroke — Bank of Pembroke: C. T. Pate, 
President; R. H Livermore. Cashier. 

Pikeville — Bank of Pikeville: N. B B 
President; A. Sosea, Cashier 

Pilot Mountain— Bank of Pilot Mountain: O. 
N. Swanson, President; I. M. Gordon, Cashier, 

Pilot Mountain— Farmers Bank: W. .1 Byer- 
ly, President; W. M. Matthews, Cashier. 

Plnehurst — Bank of Plnehurst: J. K McQueen, 
President; F. W. YonCannon. Cashier 

Pine Level— Bank Of Pine Level: l>. B, Oliver. 
President; E. S. Jones, rastiter. 

Plnetops — Plnetops Banking Co. U, <". 
Bridgers, President : W i. Lane, Cashier. 

Plnetops Planters Bank: W. It. Dunn, P 
dent; Harry Fagan, Cashier. 

Pi uptown — Bank of Plnetown: A U Dumay, 
President; B. It Hives. Cashier. 



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Pinnacle — Bank of Pinnacle: J. W. Slate, 
President; H. II. Broun. Cashier. 

Pittsboro — Bank of Pittsboro: A. H. London, 
President; James L. Griffin, Cashier. 

Pittsboro — Farmers Bank: T. M. island. 
President; C. A. Poole, Cashier. 

Plymouth— Bank of Plymouth: A. L. Owens, 
President; B. G. Hardison, Cashier. 

Plymouth — Washington County Bank: W. H 
Hampton, President; W. B. Cox, Cashier. 

Polkton — Bank of Polkton: L. S. Covington, 
President; T. K. Troutman, Cashier. 

Potecasi — Tank of Potecasi ; J. E. Draper, 
President; Grady E. Parker. Cashier. 

Powellsville — Povvellsviile Bank (branch Bank 
of Ahoskie, Ahoskie) : C. C. Hoggard, Presi- 
dent ; J. O. Carter, Acting Cashier. 

Princeton — Merchants and Farmers Bank: A. 
F. Holt, President; George F. Woodard, Cash- 
ier. 

Proctorville — Bank of Proctorville: W. K. 
Surles, President; I. P. Graham, Cashier. 

Raeford — Bank of Hoke: J. C. Thomas; Pres- 
ident ; W. P. Covington, Cashier. 

Raeford — Bank of Raeford: J. W. McLauchlin, 
President; R. B. Lewis, Jr., Cashier. 

Raleigh— Central Bank and Trust Co.: J. H. 
Hightower, President; H. H. Massey, Cashier. 

Raleigh — Mechanics Savings Bank: W. B. 
Drake, Jr., President; Walters Durham, Cash- 
ier. 

Raleigh — Raleigh Banking and Trust Co. : 
W. B. Drake, Jr., President; J. B. Timberlake, 
Assistant Cashier. 

Raleigh— Raleigh Savings Bank and Trust 
Co. : Joseph G. Brown, President ; W. Rem 
Martin, Cashier. 

Raleigh — Wake County Savings Bank: T. H. 
Briggs, President; W. W. Vass, Cashier. 

Ramseur — Bank of Ramseur: I. F. Craven. 
President; E. B. Leonard, Cashier. 

Randleman — Peoples Bank: T. F. Wrenn, 
President; A. B. Beasley, Casmer. 

Red Springs — Bank of Itec springs: A. is. 
Pearsail, President; J. S. Jones, Cashier. 

Red Springs — Carolina Bank and Trust Co. : 
J. A. McPhail, President ; John H. McKay, 
Cashier. 

Reidsville— Bank of Reidsville: J. F. Watllng- 
ton, President; W. A. Trotter, Cashier. 

Reidsville — Citizens Bank: B. L. Watt, 
President; Eugene Irvin, Cashier. 

Richfield — Peoples Bank and Trust Co.: J. 
M. Stafford, President; W. S. Bogle, Cashier. 

Richlands— Citizens Bank: W. B. Venters, 
President; G. B. Whitted, Cashier. 

Rich Square — Bank of Rich Square: J. T. 
Bolton, President; R. K. Grant, Cashier. 

Robersonville — Bank of Rorjersonville : J. H. 
Roberson, Jr., President; J. A. Mizell, Cashier. 

Robersonville — Farmers Banking and Trust 
Co. : Samuel T. Everett, President ; T. T. 
Grimes. Cashier. 

Rockingham— Bank of Pee Dee: W. L. Par- 
sons, President; H. C. Parsons, Cashier. 

Rockingham — Bank of Rockingham: M. W. 
McRae. President; B. F. Reynolds. Cashier. 

Rockingham — Farmers BanK: R. L. Steele. 
President; L. S. Covington, Cashier. 

Rockingham — Richmond County Savings Bams: 
W. L. Parsons, President; W. L. Scales, Casn- 
ier. 

Rockwell— Bank of Rockwell: J. W. Peeler, 
President; T. R. Garner, Cashier. 

Rocky Mount — Farmers and Merchants Bank: 
T. T. Thorne, President; W. W. Avra, Casn- 
ier. 

Rocky Mount — Rocky Mount Savings and 
Trust Co.: T. H. Tattle, President; F. P. 
Spruill. Cashier. 

Ronda — Deposit and Savings Bank (hranch 
Deposit and Savings Bank, North Wilkeks- 
horo) : R. L. Doughton, President; Henry Key- 
nolds, Cashier. 



Roper — ank of Roper: N. B. Mizjll, Presi- 
dent; B. S. Clark, Cashier. 

Roseboro — Bank of Roseboro: J. W. Yates. 
President ; C. D. DuBose, Cashier. 

Roseboro — Coharie Bank of Roseboro: Troy 
I I lining. President; C. B. Tyson, Cashier. 

Bos.. Hill— Bank of Rose Hill: J. C. Wil- 
liams. President; J. A. Bannerman, Cashier. 

Rosemary — Citizens Bank and Trust Co.: John 
L. Patterson, President; F. L. Nash, Cashier. 

Rosemary — Rosemary Banking and Trust Co. : 
G. L. Hayes, Jr., President; W. T. Council, 
Cashier. 

Rowland — Bank of Rowland: B. Alien Edens, 
President; B. A. Edens, Cashier. 

Rowland — Merchants and Farmers Bank : \\ . 
L. Buck, President; W. L. Buck, Cashier. 

Roxboro — Bank of Roxboro: T. E. Austin, 
President; W. F. Long, Cashier. 

Roxboro — Peoples Bank: A. R. Foush.-e, 
President; D. S. Brooks, Cashier. 

Boxobel — Bank of Roxobel: Almon Capehart. 
President; W. J. Capehart, Cashier. 

Roxobel — Roanoke-Chowan Bank: John l!i. 
l'eele. President ; S. J. Fore, Cashier. 

Rural Hall — Commercial ana Farmers Bank. 
S. S. Flynt, President; E. E. Shore, Cashier. 

Rural Hall — Rural Hall Bank and Trust Co. : 
E. L. Riser, President; 0. M. Riser, Cashier. 

Rutherfordton — Citizens Bank and Trust Co. : 
Collett L. Miller, President; M. H. James, 
Cashier. 

Rutherfordton — Commercial Bank of Ruther- 
fordton: S. B. Tanner, President; T. F. Gates, 
Cashier. 

St. Pauls— Bank of St. Pauls: L. Mclnnis, 
President; J. C. Lentz, Casmer. 

Salemburg — Bank of saiemTmrg: C. S. Royal, 
President; W. L. Gore, Cashier. 

Salisbury— Davis & Wiley Bank: O. D. 
Davis, President; J. M. McCorkle, Cashier. 

Salisbury — Salisbury Bank and Trust Co. : 
W. E. McWhirter, President; W. C. Sifferd, 
Cashier. 

Salisbury — Wachovia Bank and Trust Co. 
(branch Wachovia Loan and Trust Co., Wins- 
ton): W. F. Snider, Cashier. 

Saluda — Bank of Saluda: John B. Cannon, 
President; P. H. Bailey, casmer. 

Saluda — Carolina State Bank: D. C. Barrow, 
President ; 11. B. Lane, Cashier. 

Sanford — Bank of Sanford: S. P. Hatch. 
President; J. M. Boss. Cashier. 

Sanford — Tanking. Loan, and Trust Co. : K. 
E. Carrington, President; J. W. Cunningham, 
Cashier 

Sanford — Peoples Bank: F. B. Snipes, Presi- 
dent; H. C. Newbold, Cashier. 

Scotland Neck — Planters and Commercial 
Bank: Claude Kitchin, President; O. J. Moore, 
Cashier. 

Scotland Neck — Scotland Neck Bank: G. 
Hoffman, President; J. H. Alexander, Jr., 
Cashier. 

Seaboard — Farmers Bank: H. R. Harris. 
Fresident; Elmo Crocker, Cashier. 

Seagrove — Bank of Seagrove: Frank Auman, 
President; A. C. Harris, Cashier. 

Selma — Peoples Bank: L. D. Debnam, Presi- 
dent: M. R. Wall, Cashier. 

Severn — Bank of Severn: J. B. Stephenson, 
President; M. L. Martin, Cashier. 

Shallotte — Citizens Bank : J. W. Brooks, 
President; E. F. Mallard, Cashier. 

Sharpsburg — Sharpsburg Banking Co. : G. T. 
Dawes, President; J. S. Harper, Cashier. 

Shelby — Cleveland Bank and Trust Co. : VV'm. 
Lineberger. President; J. J. Lattimore, Cashier. 

Siler City — Chatham Bank: J. C. Gregson, 
President; J. J. Jenkins, Cashier. 

Siler City— Citizens Bank and Trust Co. : H. 
H. Elder. President ; J. G. Seawell, Cashier. 

Southern Pines — Citizens Bank and Trust Co. : 
C B. Grout, President ; H. O. Riggan, Cashier 



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Snow Hill — Snow Hill ' anking and Trust 
Co.: G. A. Norwood. President: C. L. Blount, 
Cashier. 

Southport — Bank of Southport: Thos. rJ. 
Cooper, President; G. H. Ruark, Cashier. 

Sparta — Bank of Sparta: K. A. Doughton, 
President; T. J. Carson, Cashier. 

Sparta — Bank of Sparta: R. A. Doughton. 
President; T. J. Carson, Cashier. 

Speed — Farmers Banking and Trust Co. 
(branch Farmers Banking and Trust Co., Tar- 
boro). 

Spencer — Bank of Spencer: J. K. Dorsett, 
President; A. M. Suggs, Cashier. 

Spindale — Citizens Bank and Trust Co. 
(branch Citizens Bank ana Trust Co., Ruther- 
fordton) : C. L. Miller, President; F. P. Free- 
man, Cashier. 

Spray — Bank of Spray (branch Bank of 
Leaksville). 

Spray — Imperial Trust and Savings Co. : R. 
E. Wall, Presid-nt; James T. Smith, Cashier. 

Spring Hope — Citizens Bank: N. B. Finch, 
President; J. J. Pitts, Cashier. 

Spruce Pine — Bank of Spruce Pine: C. A. 
Peterson, President; R. E. Burton, Cashier. 

Stanneld— Bank of Stanneld: A. P. Harris, 
President; M. E. Herrin, Cashier. 

Stanley — Farmers and Merchants Bank: M. 
A Carpenter, President; Fred Rhyne, Cashier. 

Stantonsburg — Planters Ban!;: L. C. Harden, 
President; B. H. Davis. Cashier. 

Star — Bank of Star: J. B. Shamburger, Pres- 
ident; W. Farlow, Cashier. 

Statesville — Merchants and Farmers Bank: 
C. S. Tomlin, President; J. A. Knox, Cashier. 

Statesville — Peoples Loan and Savings Bank: 
Geo. H. Brown, President; O. L. Turner, 
Cashier. 

Stem — Bank of Stem: J. H. Gooch, Presi- 
dent; W. R. Mangum. Cashier. 

Stokes — Planters Bank: J. B. Congleton, 
President; Gilbert Peel, Cashier. 

Stokesdale — Stokesdale Commercial Bank: P. 
H. Simpson, President; A. B. Bray, Cashier. 

Stoneville — Bank of Stoneville: R. T. Stone, 
President; C. K, Nolen, Cashier. 

Stoneville — Farmers-Merchants Bank and 
Trust Co.: L. W. Matthews, .President; Jas. 
R. Martin, Cashier. 

Stony Point — Bank of Stony Point: A. L. 
Watts, President; A. W. White, Cashier. 

Stovall — Bank of Stovall: W. T. Yancey, 
President; C. L. Lewis, Cashier. 

Summerfield — Bank of Summerfleld: P. H. 
Simpson, President; Howard Simpson, Cashier. 

Sunbury — Farmers Bank: S. I. Harrell, Pres- 
ident; Thos. C. Harrell, Cashier. 

Swan Quarter — Bank of Hyde: S. S. Mann, 
President; J. C. Williams, Cashier. 

Sylva— Jackson County Bank: C. J. Harris, 
President; M. D. Cowan, Cashier. 

Sylva — Tuskaseigee Bank: D. G. Bryson. 
President; Billy Davis. Cashier. 

Tabor — Tank of Wbiteville (branch Bank Of 
Whiteville, Wbiteville). 

Tabor — Farmers and Merchants Bank: R. 
M. Garrell, President; D. II. Bell, Cashier. 

Tarboro — Farmers Banking and Trust Co. : 
C. A. Johnson, President; Bawls Howard, As- 
sistant Cashier. 

Tarboro — Pamlico Savings and Trust Co. : 
H. C. Bridgers, President; W. W. Corbett, 
Cashier. 

Tavlorsville — Bank of Alexander: John C. 
Connolly, President; H. T. Kelly. Cashier. 

Taylorsville — Merchants and Fanners Bank: 
J. C. Bell, President; T. C. Barnes. Cashier, 

Todd— Bank of Todd: N. M. Dobbin, Presi- 
dent; W. L. Davis, Cashier. 

Townsville — Bank of TowiisvITIc: J. J. White, 
President; W. P. Hamilton, Cashier. 

Trenton— Bank of Jones: J. A. Lowry, Pn 
dent; F. W. Fosnie. Cashier 

Troutman— Troutman Banking and Trust Co 



J. C. Bookshire. President; H. Brown. Cashier. 

Troy — Bank of Montgomery: A. W. E. I 
President: J. G. Tomlinson. Ca 

Troy — Troy Bank ami T I Co.: 3 C 
Hurley, President; Edgar Haywood, Cash 

Tryon — Bank of Tryon: W. T. Lindsey, 
President; J. B. Hester, Cashier. 

Tryon — Peoples Bank and Trust Co.: G. II. 
Holmes. President; W. P. Little. Cashier. 

Turkey— Bank of Turkey; II. F. P 
President; James R. Stone, Cashier. 

Valle Crucis — Valle Cruris Bank: L. D. 
Lowe, President; L. M. Farthing, Cashier. 

Vanceboro — Bank of Craven: T. M. Howard, 
President; W. ('. Winslow, Cashier. 

Vanceboro — Bank of VanceTjoro: .1. B. Har- 
vey, President; J. I'.. Harvey, Cashier. 

Varina — Bank of Varina: J. M. Judd, ! 
dent; F. W. Kurfees, Cashier. 

Vass — Bank of Vass: J. A. Keith, President; 
D. A. McLauchlin. 

Waco — Peoples Bank: A. W. mack. 1 
dent; A. C. Beam, Cashier. 

Wadesboro — Bank of Wadesboro: L. D. 
Robinson, President; Adam Lockhart, Cashier. 

Wagram — Bank of Wagram: John A M 
Kay, President; J. N. Ste-le, Casnier. 

Wake Forest — Bank of Wake: R. E. Royall, 
President; T. E. Holding. Cashier. 

Wake Forest — Citizens Bank: I. O. Jones, 
President; T. E. Bobbitt, Cashier. 

Wallace— Bank of Duplin: II. C. McQueen, 
President; W. T. Wallace. Cashier. 

Wallace — Farmers Bank and Trust Co.: C, 

B. D. Parker. President; C. P. Banks, Cashier 
Walnut Cove — Bank of Stokes County (branch 

Bank of Stokes County, Danbury). 

Walnut Cove — Farmers Union Bank and 
Trust Co.: J. Spot Taylor, President: M. T. 
Chilton, Cashier. 

Walstonburg — Farmers and Merchants Bank: 
Moyer Mendenhall, President; Carl T. Hicks, 
Cashier. 

Warrenton — Bank of Warren: C. N. Williams. 
Jr.. President; J. G. Ellis, Cashier. 

Warrenton— Citizens Bank: W. B. Boyd. 
President; R. T. Watson. Cashier. 

Warsaw— Bank of Warsaw; H. F. P 
President; J. K. Powell, Cashier. 

Washington — Bankl of Washrington: Jonathan 
Havens, President; Jasse B. Ttoss. Cashier. 

Washington — Savings and Trust Co. : B. G. 
Moss, President; J. B. Sparrow. Cashier. 

Waxhaw — Waxhaw ranking and Trust Co. : 

C. S. Massey. President; J. A. Williams, 
Cashier. 

Waynesville — Citizens Bank and Trust Co. . 
Thos. Stringfleld, President; G. N. Henson. 
Cashier. 

Weaverville — Farmers and Traders Bank: I. 
A Harris. Presid-nt; n J. Weaver. Cashier 

Weldon Bank of Weldon: W. B. Daniel. 
President; L. C. Draper, Cashier. 

Weldon— Weldon Bank and Trust Co.: it. 
S Travis. President; W B Lawson, Cashier 

Wendell— Bank of Wendell: it. B. Whitley, 

President; M. C. Todd. Cashiei 

Wendell — Farmers and Merchants Bi M 

A Griffin, Presld nt ; W. a scarl oro, < 

West Durham— Hank of West ' I <» 

Cobb. President: Geo. <:. Johnson, Cashier. 

West Durham Pidelltj Bank (branch Fidel 
it\ Bank, Durham). 

Whitakers— Bank of Whltakers: D, B Gas- 
kill. President: I'. W. Babcock, Jr. Cashier. 

Whiteville — Bank of Columbus: K. F, Powell, 
Pi e ident ; M T. Motors, washier. 

Whiteville Bank ol Whiteville .1 D Maults- 
ii\ President : •' a Mault iby, Jr . Ca h 

Wllkesboro — Bank ol Wilkes: C m Sheets, 
Pri ildent : I/. B, Dula, C« 

Willlamston Farmers and Merchants Bank: 
J. D. Biggs, President; J D Woolard • 
lor. 

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Trust Co.: J. G. Godard, President; J. E. 
Pope, Cashier. 

Williamston — Peoples Rank: J. G. Staton. 
President; J. L. Hassell, Cashier. 

Wilmington — American Bans and Trust Co.: 
W. B. Cooper, President; C. E. Retliea, Cash- 
ier. 

Wilmington — Citizens BanK and Trust Co. : 
J. H. James, President; C. J. LeGrand, Cash- 
ier. 

Wilmington — Home Savings Rank: J. W. 
Yates, President; J. P. Roache, Cashier. 

Wilmington — Liberty Savings Rank: T .E. 
Cooper, President; J. C. Rourk, Cashier. 

Wilmington — Peoples Savings Rank: F. W. 
Dock, President; J. Holmes Davis, Cashier. 

Wilmington — Wilmington, Savings and Trust 
Co.: C. E. Taylor, President; W. M. Moore, 
Cashier. 

Wilson — Branch Ranking and Trust Co. : S. 
G. Mewborn, President; E. W. Staples, Cash- 
ier. 

Wilson— Citizens Bank: R. G. Rriggs, Presi- 
dent; W. M. Farmer, Cashief. 

Wilson — Commercial Rarm: S. H. Vick, Pres- 
ident; James H. Railey, Cashier. 

Wilson — Farmers Ranking and Trust Co. : 
R. H. Rosvvell, President; E. H. Anderson, 
Cashier. 

Wilson— Planters Bank: W. E. Smith, Presi- 
dent; George E. Walston, Cashier. 

Wilson — Wilson Trust and Savings Bank: 
John F. Bruton, President; E. T. Barnes, Cash- 
ier. 

Windsor — Bank of Windsor: Thomas Gilliam, 
President; A. C. Mitchell, Cashier. 

Windsor — Citizens Bank: E. S. Askew, Pres- 
ident; M. B. Gilliam, Cashier. 

Wingate — State Tank of Wingate: R. A. 
Morrow, President; W. A. Chaney, Cashier. 

Winston-Salem— Citizens Bank and Trust Co.: 
J. W. Jones, President; J. S. Hughson, Cash- 
ier. 

Winston-Salem — Farmers Bank and Trust Co. : 
W J. Byerly, President; T. J. Byerly, Cashier. 

Winston-Salem— Farmers Bank and Trust 
(Southside Branch): B. X. Linville, Cashier. 

Winston-Salem— Forsyth Savings and Trust 
Co.: J. S. Hill, President; Richard E. Rey- 
nolds, Cashier. 

Winston-Salem — Merchant Bank and Trust 
Co. : Thomas Maslin, President ; John 3.. Dyere, 
Cashier. 

Winston-Salem — Wachovia Tank and Trust 
Co.: F. H. Fries, President; G. B. Whitaker, 
Cashier. 

Winston-Sal ni — Wachovia Bank and Trust 
Co. (Trade Street Brancm. 

Winterville — Bank of Winterville: J. E. 
Green, President; J. L. Rollins, Cashier. 

Winton — Bank of Winton: D. R. McGlohon, 
President; W. A. Sykes, Cashier. 

Winton — Merchants and Farmers Bank: W. 
P. Shaw, Jr., President; J. P. Mitchell, Cash- 
ier. 

Woodland — Farmers Bank: S. N. Parker, 
Piesident; Irvin T. Blanchard, Cashier. 

Tadkinville — Bank of Yaai<tn: W. J. Byerly, 
President; W. A. Hall, Cashier. 

Yanceyville — Rank of Tanceyville: R. L. 
Matcheli, President; S. M. Bason, Cashier. 

Youngsville — Rank of Youngsville: J. R. 
Jerry, President; J. A. Williams, Cashier. 

Youngsville — Farmers and Merchants Rank 
(branch Farmers and Merchants Rank, Hen- 
derson). 

Zebulon — Rank of Zebulon: R. J. Whitley. 
President; F. E. Rur.n, Cashier. 

Zebulon — Citizens Rank: W. B. Drake, Jr., 
President; L. M. Gould, Cashier. 



National Banks 



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Albemarle — First National Bank: D. I'.. 
Curdy, President; J. B. Copple, Cashier. 

Asheboro — First National BanK: 3. S. Lewis, 
president; John M. Neely, Cashier. 

Asheville — American National Bank: J. E. 
Rankin, President; A. E. Rankin, Vice-Prest- 
dent and Cashier. 

Ayden — Farmers and Merchants 
Bank; J. R. Turnage, President; 
Settle, Cashier. 

Burlington — First National Sank 
lington: W. W. Lasley, President; C. 
Cashier. 

Charlotte — Charlotte National Bank: John M. 
Scott, President; W. H. Twitty, Vice-Presi- 
dent and Cashier. 

Charlotte — Commercial National Bank: R. A. 
Dunn. President; A. T. Summey, Cashier. 

Charlotte — First National Rank: H. M. Mc- 
Aden, President; W. G. Craven, Cashier. 

Charlotte — Merchants and 'Farmers National 
Bank: W. G. Wilkinson, President; J. A. 
Stokes, Cashier. 

Charlotte — Union National Bank: H. M. Vic- 
tor. President; D. P. Tillett, Cashier. 

Cherry ville — First National Bank: M. L 
Mauney, President; M. C. Mauney, Cashier. 

Creedmoor — First National Bank: L. V. Pace. 
President; N. J. Boddie, Cashier. 

Dunn — First National Bank: D. C. Fussell. 
President; H. B. Taylor, Cashier. 

Durham — Citizens National Bank: R. H. 
Rigsbee, President; J. B. Mason, Cashier. 

Durham — First National Trust Co.: J. 
Cobb, President; J. F. Glass, Treasurer; L. 
McLendon, Secretary. 

Durham — First National i:ank: Julian S. 
Carr, President; S. Jones, Cashier. 

Elizabeth City — First and Citizens National 
Bank: Chas. H. Robinson, President; M. H. 
Jor.es, Cashier. 

Elkin — First National Bank: A. Chatham, Jr., 
President; C. G. Armfleld, Cashier. 

Favetteville — National Bank of Fayetteville : 
J. H. Culbreth, President; A. B. McMillan, 
Vice-President and Cashier. 

Gastonia — Citizens National Bank: A. G. 
Myers, President; John M. Miller, 3d, Cashier. 

Gastonia — First National Bank: L. L. Jen- 
kins, President; S. N. Boyce, Cashier. 

Gastonia — Third National Bank: J. W. Ware, 
President; F. C. Abernethy. Cashier. 

Goldsboro — National Bank of Goldshoro: G. 
A. Norwood, President; Thomas H. Norwood, 
Cashier. 

Goldsboro — Wayne National Bank: F. K. 
Borden. President; W. E. Stroud, Vice-Presi- 
dent and Cashier. 

Graham — National Bank of Alamance: J. L. 
Scott, Jr., President; Charles A. Scott, Cashier. 

Greensboro — American Exchange National 
Bank: R. G. Vaughn. President: F. C. Boyles, 

Greensbo r o — Greensboro National Bank: E. P. 
Wharton, President; A. H. Alderman, Cashier. 

Greenville — National Bank of Greenville: J. 
L Little, President ; F. J. Forbes, Cashier. 

Hamlet — First National Bank: E. N. Rhodes, 
President ; N. M. Jen^rette, Cashier. 

Henderson — First National Rank: S. T. Peace, 
Piesident; F. B. Robards, Cashier. 

Hendersonville — Citizens National Rank: E. 
W. Ewbank, President; W. A. Young, Cashier. 

Hickory — First National Bank: J. D. Elliott. 
President; K. C. Menzies, Vice-President and 
Cashief. 

High Point — Commercial National Bank: J. 
Elwood Cox. President; V. A. J. Idol, Cashier. 

Kings Mountain — First National Bank: W. A. 
Mauney, President ; R. L. Mauney. Cashier. 

Kinston — First National Bank: D. F. Wooten, 
Piesident ; W. B. Harvey, Cashier. 



BANKS AND BANKERS 






The University of North Carolina 



MAXIMUM SERVICE TO THE PEOPLE OP 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 EXTENSION DIVISION. 

J. THE SCHOOL OF COMMERCE. 

K. THE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC 
WELFARE. 



WRITE TO THE UMVERSITY WHEN YOU \EED HELP 

For Further Information Regarding- the University, Address 
THE SECRETARY, Chapel Hill, Iff. C. 



Kinston — National Bank of Kinston: H. H. 
Taylor. President; J. A. Bizzell, Cashier. 

Laurinburg — First National Bank: A. L. 
James, President; Thomas J. Gill. Cashier. 

Lenoir — First National Bank: W. J. Lenoir, 
President; B. F. Allen, Cashier. 

Lincolnton — Lincoln County National Ban'" 
W. E. Grigg, President; H. E. Grigg, Cashier. 

Lincolnton — First National Bank: D. K. 
Rhyne, President; M. H. Cline, Cashier. 

Louisburg — Farmers National Bank: J. M. 
Allen, President ; F. J. Beasley, Cashier. 

Louisburg — First National Bank: W. II. 
Ruffin, President; F. B. McKinne, Vice-Presi- 
dent and Cashier. 

Lumberton — First National Bank: H. M. 
McAllister, President; R McA. NLxon, Cashier. 

Lumberton — National Bank of Lumberton: A. 
W. McLean. President; M. F. Cobb, Cashier. 

Marion — First National Bank: J. L. Morgan. 
President; J. E. Neal, Cashier. 

Mebane — First National Bank: B. F. War- 
ren. President; F. F. Smith, Cashier. 

Monroe — First National Bank: J. M. Lee, 
T resident; J. W. Laney, Cashier. 

Mooresville — First National Bank: G. C. 
Goodman, President; C. P. McNeery, Cashier. 

Morganton — First National Ban*: a. M. Kist- 
ler. President; A. M. Ingold, Cashier. 

Mount Airy — First National Bank: T. G. 
Faweett, President; M. C. Armfleld, Assistant 
Cashier. 

Murfreesboro — First National Bank: L. J. 
Lawrence, President; J. A. Campbell. Cashier 

New Bern — National Bank of New Bern: 
James A. Bryan, President; VV. W. Griffin, 

Oxford— First National BanK: W. If. Hunt, 
President; J. B. Powell, Assistant cashier. 

Oxford — National Bank of Granville: E. T. 
White, President; W. T. Yancey, Cashier. 



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Bocky 

Suitor. 



Raleigh — Citizens National Bank: Joseph G. 
Brown, President; H. J. Young, Vice Presi- 
dent; G. H. Andrews, Cashier. 

Raleigh — Commercial National Bank: B. S. 
Jerman, President; E. B. Crow, Active 
President; A. P. Bauman, Cashier. 

Raleigh — Merchants National Bank: W. B. 
Drake. Jr., President; Thos. E. Cooper, Vice- 
President; T. F. MaGuire, Cashier. 

Reidsville — First National Hank: R. S. Mont- 
gomery, President; Scott Fillman, Cashier. 

Roanoke Rapids — First National Bank of 
Roanoke Rapids: C. A. Wyche. President; J. T. 
Stainback, Cashier. 

Rocky Mount — First National Bank: J. B. 
Ramsey, President; F. F. Pagan, Vice ! 
dent and Cashier. 

Rocky Mount — National Bank 
Mount: T. H. Battle. President; J. 
Cashier. 

Rocky Mount — Planters National Bank: i I 
Braswell, President; M. !'. i ■-. Cashier, 

Roxboro — First National Bank: W. E. VYII- 
kerson. President; B. <;. Clayton. Cashier. 

Salisbury — Peoples National Bank: I D 
Norwood. President; YV. T. Busby, \ 
dent and Cashier. 

Selma — First National Bank: \V. 
President; G. W. Evans, Cashier 

Shelby— First National Hank: 
Blanton, President; B E, Blanton, 

Shelbj Shelby National Hani. 
Bowman, President; w. u. Bowman, Cashier 

Smithfleld Citizens National Bank: \\ U 
Sanders, President ; H. C. < Ca -birr 

Smlthfleld— Firsl National rank: T u. ii t. 

President ; it. P Holding, I ■ I 

Snow Hill— First National Bank: .1. C. 
Exum, President; L. ii Harrison, Cashier, 

Spencer — first Natl IB It (' Jones, 

President ; T. E Johnson, Cashier 



E. Smith. 

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NORTH CAROLINA RAIROADS 



Spring Hope — First National Rank: P. A. 
Morgan, President; \v E. Johnson, Cashier. 

statesville — First National Bank: R. A. 
Cooper, President; .r. \V. Guy, Cashier. 

Tarboro — First National Bank: Henry C. 
Bridgers, President; M. G. Mann, Vice-Presi- 
dent and Cashier. 

Thomasville — First National Bank: T. J. 
Finch. President; C. R. L. Pope, Cashier. 

Wadeshoro — First National Bank: John T). 
Leak, President; W. L. Marshall, Cashier. 

Warsaw — First National Bank: J. E. Wil- 
liams, President; L. D. Grady, Cashier. 



Washington — First National Bank: A. M. 
Dumay, President; J. H. Greenlee, Cashier. 

Waynesville — First National Bank: J. R. 
Boyd, President; J. H. Way, Jr., Cashier. 

West Jefferson — First National Bank: J. J. 
Thomas, President; G. P. Cox, Cashier. 

Wilmington — Murchison National Bank: H. C. 
McQueen. President; C. S. Grainger, Cashier. 

Wilson — First National Bank: John F. Bru- 
ton, President: W. E. Warren, Cashier. 

Winston-Sal 'in — Peoples National Bank: J. 
W. Fries, President; N. Mitchell, Cashier. 



North Carolina Railroads 



ABERDEEN AND ROCKFISH RAILROAD. 

John Blue, President, Aherdeen. 

W. A. Blue, Supt, Aherdeen. 

A. L. Thompson, Traffic Manager, Fayetteville 



CAROLINA AND NORTHEASTERN RAIL 

ROAD. ALBEMARLE STEAM 

NAVIGATION COMPANY. 

H. Stuart Lewis, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mgr. 
Franklin, Va. 

G. G. McCann, Auditor and Treasurer, 
Franklin, Va. 

J. F. Pennewell, Supt., Gumberry. 



APPALACHIAN RAILWAY. 

A. J. Stevens, President, Philadelphia, Pa. 
David G. Wilson, Sec'y and Treas., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
J. A. Sisk, Supt., Ela. 



ATLANTIC AND CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

A. R. Turnbull, President, Norfolk, Va. 
T. A. Hefty, Vice-Pres., Bowden. 
Wm. J. Jones, Sec'y and Treas., Norfolk, Va. 
James E. Jerritt, Jr., Gen. Mgr., Kenansville. 



ATLANTIC AND WESTERN RAILROAD. 
H. P. Edwards, Gen. Mgr., Sanford. 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD 
COMPANY. 

H. Walters, Chairman of the Board, 71 Broad- 
way. New York. 

J. R. Kenly, President, Wilmington. 

Geo. B. Elliott, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Coun- 
sel. Wilmington. 

H. L. Borden, Vice-Pres. and Sec'y, New 
York. 

Jno. T. Reid. Treasurer, Wilmington. 

P. R. Albright, Gen. Mgr., Wilmington. 

A. C. Kenly, Supt. of Freight, Wilmington. 

R. D. Hawkins, Gen. Supt. Motive Power, 
Wilmington. 

A. H. Shepard, Freight Claim Agent, Wil- 
mington. 

W. H. Newell. Gen. Supt, Rocky Mount. 

W. J. Craig, Passenger Traffic Manager. Wil- 
mington. 

James Menzies, Freight Traffic Manager, Wil- 
mington. 



BLACK MOUNTAIN RAILWAY. 

J. M. Burkholder, Supt, Pensacola. 



BONLEE AND WESTERN RAILROAD. 

John H. Dunlap, President and Gen. Mgr. 
Bon lee. 



CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

G. R. Loyall. President. Norfolk. Va. 
M. Manly. Treasurer, Norfolk, Va. 
J. F. Dalton. G. F. & P. A., Norfolk, Va. 
J. C. Poe, Supt, Kinston. 



CAROLINA AND NORTH-WESTERN RAIL- 
WAY. 

Fairfax Harrison, President, Washington, D.C. 

L. T. Nichols. Supt, Chester, S. C. 

E. F. Reid, W. F. and P. A. Gastonia. 



CAROLINA AND YADKIN RIVER RAILWAY. 

Alvin W. Krech, President, New York. 

W. Roberson, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Counsel, 
High Point 

L. H. Hole, Jr., Sec'y and Treas., New 
York. 

W. E. Price, Gen. Mgr., High Point. 



CHARLESTON AND WESTERN CAROLINA 
RAILWAY COMPANY. 

F. B. Grier, President, Greenwood, S. C. 

A. W. Anderson, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mgr., 
Augusta, Ga. 

R. D. Cronly, Secretary, Wilmington. 

John T. Reid. Treasurer, Wilmington. 

D. H. Crenshaw, Freight Claim Agent, Au- 
gusta, Ga. 

Ernest Williams, Gen. Flit, and Pas. Agt, 
Augusta, Ga. 



DOVER AND SOUTH BOUND RAILROAD. 
W. A. Wimsatt. President. Washington, D. C. 
D. W. Richardson, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mgr., 
Dover. 

W. B. Blandford. Sec'y and Treas.. Dover. 
N. S. Richardson. Traffic Mgr., Dover. 



DURHAM AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 

B. N. Duke, President, New York. 
W. C. Parker, Sec'y and Treas.. New York. 
S. H. Reams, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mgr., Dur- 
ham. 



EAST CAROLINA RAILWAY. 

Henry Clark Bridgers, Pres. and Gen. Mgr., 
Tarboro. 



ELKIN AND ALLEGHANY RAILROAD. 

H. G. Chatham, President. Winston-Salem. 
Alex. Chatham, Vice-Pres. and Troas., Elkin. 



HIGH POINT, RANDLEMAN. ASHEBORO 
AND SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 

Fairfax Harrison, Preside'it, Washington, D.C. 
W. C. Quillian, Acct, Salisbury. 
R. L. Butt, Gen. Fht, Agt, Atlanta, Ga. 
J. W. Fletcher, Supt, Salisbury. 



KINSTON CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

G. R. Loyall. President, Norfolk. Va. 

C. I. Millard, Vice-Pres. and Sec'y, Nor- 
folk, Va. 

J. F. Dalton, Gen. Fht. and Pas. Agt, Nor- 
folk, Va. 

J. C. Poe, Supt, Kinston. 



LAURINBURG AND SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 

G. Y. Jones, Supt. and Traffic Mgr.. Laurin- 
burg. 



NORTH CAROLINA RAILROADS 



PIANOS— PLAYER PIANOS 
Brunswick Phonographs and Records 

Write for Catalog and Terms 

DARNELL & THOMAS 

"Our Reputation is Your Insurance" 
118 Fayetteville, Street RALEIGH. *. C. 



LAWNDALE RAILWAY AND INDUSTRIAL 
COMPANY. 

J. F. Schenck, Pres. and Treas., Lawndale. 



MAXTON, ALMA AND SOUTHBOUND 
RAILROAD. 

General Offices — Alma. 

A. J. McKinnon, President. 

M. Peterson, Treas. and Gen. Pas. Agt. 

O. J. Cottingham, Sec'y and Gen. Mgr. 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 

Marsden J. Perry, Chairman Board of Di- 
rectors, New York. 

Richard H. Swartwout, Vice-Chairman Board 
of Directors, New York. 

George B. Loyall, President, Norfolk, Va. 

E. D. Kyle, Vice-Pres. in Charge of Traffic, 
Norfolk, Va. 

J. F. George, Assistant Treas., Norfolk, Va. 

J. F. Dalton, Gen. Fht. and Pas. Agt, Nor- 
folk, Va. 

W. B. Rodman, Gen. Counsel, Norfolk, Va. 



PIEDMONT AND NORTHERN RAILWAY 
COMPANY. 

W. S. Lee, President, Charlotte. 

.T. B. Duke. Vice-Pres., New York. 

N. A. Cocke, Vice-Pres. and Treas., Char- 
lotte. 

E. Thompson, Vice-Pres. and Gen. 
Cii-iotte 

.1. C. McCowan, Secretary, Charlotte. 

J. S. Cureton, Gen. Fht. and Pas. 
Greenville, S. C. 

J. M. Martin, Auditor, Charlotte. 

\V. L Hogan, Trans. Supt, Charlotte. 



Mgr. 



Agt. 



RANDOLPH AND CUMBERLAND RAILWAY 

C. C. Yates, Traffic Mgr., Carthage. 

W. W. Davis, Gen. Pass. Agt., Lumberton. 



SEABOARD AID LINE RAILWAY 

S. Davies Warfield. Chairman of the Board 
and President. Baltimore, Md. 

Chas R. Capps. First Vice-Pres., Norfolk, Va. 

Robert L. Nutt, Vice-Pres., Sec'y and Treas. 
New York. „ 

H. W. MacKenzie, Gen. Auditor, Portsmouth, 

Ya 

M. H. Cahill. Gen. Mgr., Norfolk. Va 

C E Hix Supt. Transportation, Norlolk, va. 

C B Ryan, Pas. Traffic Mgr., Norfolk, Va. 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM. 
Fairfax Harrison. President, Washington. D <' 
L. E. Jeffries, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Cuunpel, 

Washington, D. C. 

H. W. Miller, In Charge of Operation. \\ ash 

ington, D. C. 



Lincoln Green, In Charge of Traffic, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

E. H. Shaw, Freight Traffic Mgr., Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

W. H Tayloe, Passenger Traffic Mgr., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

H. F. Gary, Gen. Pas. Agt.. Washington, D.C. 

Z. P. Smith, Gen. Industrial Agt, Washing- 
ton. D. C. 

Roland Turner, Gen. Agricultural Agt., At- 
lanta. Ga. 

Geo. E. Murrell, Horticulturist, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 



TOWNSVILLE RAILROAD. 

(Formerly Roanoke River Railway.) 
W. J. Tally, Gen. Mgr.. Townsville. 



VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA SOUTHERN 
RAILROAD. 

A. W. McLean, President, Lumberton. 

A. T. McLean. Treasurer, Lumberton. 

J. Q. Beckwith, Asst., to Gen. Mgr., in 
Charge Operation and Accounts, Lumberton. 

W. W. Davis, Gen. Fht. and Pas. Agt.. 
Lumberton. 



WATAUGA AND YADKIN RIVER 
RAILROAD. 

H. C. Landon, Gen. Mgr., North Wilkeshoro. 



WHITEVILLE LUMBER COMPANY 
RAILROAD. 

Nathan O'Berry. President, Goldsboro. 



WILMINGTON. BRUNSWICK AND 
SOUTHERN RAiLKOAD. 

M. .T. Corbett, President, Soutl 
W. Taylor, Secretary, Southport 

If (' Mctjuc'i'ii. Treasurer. Southport. 

M. W. Divine, General Manager, Southport. 



WINSTON-SALEM SOUTHBOUND RAILWAY 

H. E. Fries, Pres. and Gen. Mtr,. Winston- 
Salem. 

,T. R. Kcnlcy, Vice-Pres.. Wilmington, 

.fa*. F. Post, Secretary, Wllmlngt 
Jno. T. Beid, Treasurer, Wilmington. 



WARRENTON RAILROAD. 

B. P. Herrell, Supt and Ak't.. Warn 



YADKIN RAILROAD. 

Fairfax Harrison, President, Washington, D.C 
W, Mi' • Sec'j , V D.C. 

E. F l'a: ham, i'< bs urer, w B i >.r. 

W. C, QullUan, Accl . SMii.in.rv. 
.f. W, Fletcher, Supt.. Sa 



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SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS 



Societies and Organizations 



AMERICAN LEGION— DEPARTMENT OF 
NORTH CAROLINA. 

DEPARTMENT HEADQUARTERS 
Gilmer Building, Raleigh. 



National Committeeman. 

Dan S. Hollenga, Hamlet. 

Alternate National Committeetnan. 

Dr. Everett A. Lockett, Winston -Salem. 
Department Executive Committee. 

Commander — Thomas W. Bird. Asheville. 

Vice-Commander — J. H. Hollis, Wilmington. 

Adjutant and Finance Officer — Cale K. Bur- 
gess. Raleigh. 

Chaplain — Rev. T. G. Vickers. Henderson. 

Historian — Robert S. McNeill. Fayetteville. 

First Dist. Committeeman — Dr. G. G. Dixon. 
Ayden. 

Second Dist. Committeeman — R. T. Allen, 
Kinston. 

Third Dist. Committeeman — Tom C. Daniels. 
New Bern. 

Fourth Dist. Committeeman — Daniel W. 
Terry. Raleigh. 

Fifth Dist. Committeeman — Robert E. Denny, 
Greensboro. 

Sixth Dist. Committeeman — Robert S. Mc- 
Neill, Fayetteville. 

Seventh Dist. Committeeman — Hubert T. 
Prnsser. Hamlet. 

Eighth Dist. Committeeman — Thomas B. 
Marsh. Jr. . Salisbury. 

Ninth Dist. Committeeman — S. S. Chandley. 
Marshall. 

Tenth Dist. Committeeman — J. W. Pless. Jr.. 
Marion. 

Local Post Number and Address. 

1 Raleigh— A. B. Corey. Comdr, ; Dr. M. R. 

Gibson, Adjt. , Raleigh. 

2 Kiffln-Rockwell— Clarence E. Blackstock. 

Comdr. : J. G. Cowan. Adjt. : Lovell 
Rhodes. F. O.. Asheville. 

3 Cumberland— Robt. S. McNeill. Comdr. : 

Paul K. Shuler, Adjt., Fayetteville. 

4 Wilmington (Col.)— W. H. Blount, Adjt., 

Wilmington. 

5 St. Pauls— Dr. C. T. Poole. Comdr., St. 

Pauls. 
Chapel Hill — Fred W. Morrison, Comdr. ; 
L. J. Phipps, Adjt.. Chapel Hill. 

7 Durham — Luther H. Barbour. Comdr. : Wyatt 

T. Dixon, Adjt.. Durham. 

8 Lexington — James A. Leonard, Comdr. ; W. 

L. Propst, Adjt., Lexington. 

9 Hornet's Nest— A. J. Beall. Comdr.: W. G. 

Craven, Adjt. : Rufus M. Johnson. Char- 
lotte. 

10 Wilmington— J. R. Hollis. Comdr. : W. B. 

Wilson. Adjt. ; Harold G. Hubbard. Wil- 
mington. 

11 Wayne — ,T. R. Edwards. Comdr. ; James C. 

Crone, Adjt. ; John D. Langston. Golds- 
boro. 

12 Joseph G. Henson — John M. McCaskill, 

Comdr., Carthage; D. D. Eifort, Adjt., 
West End: H. T. Dana. F. O.. Pinehurst. 

13 Robert B. Anderson — Dr. Michel Saliba, 

Comdr.: W. H. Gurkin. Adjt.. Wilson. 

14 Samuel C. Hart — R. Reid Goodson. Comdr. : 

W. L. Miller, Adjt. : J. H. McKenzie. F. 
O.. Salisbury. 

15 Bearfort County — Wiley C. Rodman, Comdr. : 

F. T. McDevett. Adjt. : J. P. Stedman, 
F. O.. Washington. 

16 Newton — Andrew Warlick. Comdr. : J. Mer- 

ton Killian, Adjt. ; Robert J. Shipp. F. 
O.. Newton. 

17 Henry Ellis (col.) — Angus McNeal, Comdr.: 

Charles S. Alston. Adjt.. Wilson. 

18 Lee County — Dan B. King, Comdr. : Jim 

Worthy, Adjt. Sanford. 



19 Tarboro— D. G. Walston, Adjt. ; H. L. Keel, 

V. Comdr. ; Wm. II. Powell, Tarboro. 

20 Raeford— R. B. Lewis. Jr., Comdr.: Oscar 

Leach. Raeford. 

21 Burke County — Frank C. McDowell. Comdr. : 

W. E. Gilliam. Adjt, Morganton. 

22 Leon L. Daughtry — Seddon Goode, Jr., 

Comdr. : J. B. Clute, Adjt. ; F. L. Whit- 
field. Clinton. 

23 Gaston— R. G. Cherry. Comdr. : E. B. 

Denny, Adjt.. Gastonia. 

24 Donnerson-Hawkins — W. B. Rouse. Comdr. : 

Tom C. Daniels, Adjt., New Bern. 

25 Limer— Thos. H. Williams, Comdr. ; W. M. 

Gardner, F. O.. Warrenton. 

26 Aberdeen — Herman Campbell. Aberdeen. 

2.' Melvir. Dcese — enj. IT. Hinde. Comdr. ; 

T. Olin McMannus, Adjt, Monroe. 
2S Lillington — Marshall T. Spears, Comdr. ; 

Marvin R. Edwards. F. O.. Lillington. 

29 Albert Corpening — R. D. Grist. Comdr. : Am- 

brose A. Bush. Ad.it.. Lenoir. 

30 Linccln County — John Mullen, Comdr. : 

Harold Grigg. Adjt, Lincolnton. 

31 Wadesboro — Hoyt P. Taylor. Comdr. : H. J. 

Dockery. Adjt. Wadesboro. 

32 Fort Johnson — Robt. W. Davis. Comdr. : 

Beatrice R. Carson. Adjt.. Fort Caswell. 

33 Arch Pearce — C. E. Jeffress. Comdr. : S. E. 

Winston. Adjt, Youngsville. 

34 Roanoke— Charles H. Smith, Comdr. : B. 

F. Bradv, Adjt, Scotland Neck. 

35 Charlie Hall — John C. Snoody. Jr.. Thomas 

DeVane, Red Springs. 

36 John C. Paisley— W. N. Huff. Comdr. ; O. 

L. Whitesell, Adjt, Gibsonvllle. 

37 Bertie— Edward P. Tadlock. Comdr., Wind- 

sor. 

38 Shaw— Dr. W. G. Suiter. Comdr.: W. K. 

Gray. Adjt., Weldon. 

39 Pitt County — James B. Turner. Comdr. : S. 

L. Bridgers. Adjt. Greenville. 

40 Edenton— M F. Bond. Jr.. V. Comdr.; R. 

D. Dixon, Adjt; West Bynum, F. O., 
Edenton. 
41 — Culbreth-Harris — C. H. Newby. Comdr. : 
D. B. Barkley. Adjt, Thomasville. 

42 Lumberton — Dr. R. S. Beam. Comdr. ; I 

Leon McGill. Adjt. Lumberton. 

43 Jos. D. Rountree — George T. Skinner, 

Comdr.: W. A. Allen. Adjt., Kinston. 
1! John Boyden (col.) — John D. Miller, 
Comdr.; E. B. McKissick. Adjt, Ashe- 
ville. 

45 Ben Dixon — Hal W. Walker. Comdr.. Ashe- 

boro. 

46 Morehead City— E. W. Guthrie. Jr.. Comdr.: 

D. M. Eaton, Adjt. Morehead City. 

47 Haywood — James F. Howell. Comdr. : Wm. 

Coble. Adjt , Waynesville. 

48 Hickory— E. N. Carr, Comdr. ; C. V. Garth. 

Adit. Hickory 

49 Hamlet— O. D. Wilson. Comdr.: L. J. Wil- 

burn. Adjt; H. T. Prosser. Vice Comdr.. 
Hamlet. 

50 Scotland— L. S. Everett. Comdr. : C. E. 

Beman, Adjt, Laurinburg. 

51 Fred Y. McConnell — W. H. Muse. Jr.. 

Comdr. ; C. L. Propst. Adjt. . Concord. 

52 Franklinton — Raymond Mitchner. Comdr. : 

Robert R. Speed, Adjt. Franklintcn. 

53 Henry K. Burtner— B. T. Baynes. Comdr. ; 

J. F. Stevens, F. O., Greensboro. 

54 Belhaven — R. S. Swain. Comdr. ; C. R. Niek- 

erson. Adjt, Belhaven. 

55 Clyde Boiling— Dr. Everett A. Lockett, 

Comdr.; Roy L. Deal, F. O., Winston- 
Salem. 

56 McDowell— J. Will Pless, Jr., Comdr.; Wm. 

M. Gladden, Adjt, Marion. 

57 Pittsboro— D. L. Bell; Prof. W. Reld 

Thompson. Pittsboro. 



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58 Coleman Pitt — W. H. Dunn. Comdr. ; O. 

K. Dozier, Adjt. ; W. W. Mangum, Rocky 
Mount. 

59 Dunn— James Best. Comdr. ; Sam B. Fer- 

rell. Adit.. Dunn. 

60 Henderson— G. E. Bobbitt. Adjt. Hender- 

son. 

61 Varner-Rhinehart— Carrol J. McCracken. 

Comdr. ; W. Swain Elias, Adjt. ; Fred S. 
Russell, F. O., Canton. 

62 Sanatorium— C. M. Jones, Adjt., Sanator- 

ium. 

63 Walter B. Elias — Dover Heritage. Comdr. : 

C. V. Long, F. O. ; Elizabeth Faucett, 
Adjt. ; Ben G. Johnson. Burlington. 

64 Huntersville — H. G. Bradford, Comdr, Hunt- 

ersville. 

65 Hurst Turner — Joe L. Harrison, Comdr. ; O. 

R. Mills, Adjt.; G. P. Scott, F. O., 
Statesville. 

66 Mooresville — Eugene D. Fink. Comdr. ; J. 

\V. Johnston, Adjt., Mooresville. 

67 Cliffside — Barron P. Caldwell, Comdr. 

Cliffside. 

68 Alfred Sledge— J. W. Taylor, Comdr.; J. E. 

McNair. Badin. 

69 Henry Straughan— Dr. T. W. Carmichael, 

Comdr. ; J. E. McCallum. Adjt. . Row- 
land. 

70 C. W. Francey — G. G. Caldwell. Comdr. ; 

R. P. Booth, Adjt. ; Bonnie W. Jones. 
F. 0.. Oteen. 

71 Leonard Moore — Aubery S. Gattis, Comdr. ; 

D. A. Moore, Clayton. 

72 Harvey Ledwell — A. B. Beasley. Comdr., 

Randleman. 
7.'! John (', Milln \l : . Diana L™ i , Adjt . 
Biltmore. 

74 Forest City — B. E. Smith; Dr. Frank Wil- 

kin-,. Forest City. 

75 Fred Williams— K. H. McEntire. Adit.; It 

E. Price. Rutherfordton, 



76 Walter B. Hill— H. C. Vick. Comdr. ; J. M. 

Caldwell. Adjt., Albemarle. 

77 Hubert M. Smith— Wiltshire Griffith. 

Comdr. ; Harry F. Williams, F. O. . 
Hendersonville. 

78 Granville — A. G. Lewis. Comdr. ; R. C. 

O'Brien. F. O.. Stovall; W. B. Taylor, 
Adjt.. Soudan, Va. 

79 Coleman-Southard — D. F. Mavberry, Comdr. ; 

P. H. Gwynn, Jr., Adjt., Reidsville. 

80 Madison — Paul Price, Comdr. ; Junius C. 

Brown, Adjt.. Madison. 

81 John Franklin — A. C. Lovelace. Comdr. ; 

J. C. Hames. F. O., Henrietta. 

82 Warren Boyle — Peyton McSwain, Comdr.; 

M. ir. Austell. Adii . Shelby. 

83 Butler-Lewis — Ralph S. Jackson. Comdr. : 

Robert L. Pearson. Adjt.. Tryon, 

84 Seth E. Perry — Jerome B. Flora. Jr.. 

Comdr.; Joseph Peele, Adjt., Elizabeth 
City. 

85 Caro E. Freeman — N. H. Randolph. Comdr. : 

Flovd F. Grant. Ad.it.. Bryson City. 

86 Davidson-Cornelius — Dr. John W M I 

nell Comdr.; Julian B. Ryan, Adjt., 
Davidson. 

87 Andrew Jackson— Dr. I. T. Mann. Comdr. ; 

J. s Burton, Adjt; D Hinli 

Point. 

88 Pisgah — Ralph It. I Comdr., Bi 

i i -Jonah M' \ 1 1 1 , ■ > , i ' It : W 

Rush Adjt., B coe 

90 Ernest F. Man Ell erl E Pulli r, O 

James J. Wall . Oxford. 

91 Vester-Wheless- C. C Martin, I 

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92 Marvin M E .1 Luck, Comdr . ' 

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01 Shirley Hill— M. C. Lassiter, Comdr. : J. 
S. Harper; J. T. Moore, Adjt.. Snow 
Hill. 

95 Mebane — John M. Mclntyte. Comdr. ; Her- 

bert V. Corbett, Adjt., Mebane. 

96 Crispus Attucks "(col.) — A. H. Williams, 

lnl N. St., High Point. 

97 Leslie Stillman— J. W. S. Davis. Comdr. : 

Clyde H. Jarrett, Adjt., Andrews. 

98 Dean Parish— C. W. Higgins, Adjt.. Sparta. 

99 Carteret— E. W. Hill. Comdr. : F. R. Bell. 

Adjt, Beaufort. 

100 Middlesex — Frank' Morris; G. J. Johnson, 

Middlesex. 

101 Tabor— Liston G. Graham, Adjt. ; Balph 

Pridgen. Comdr., Tabor. 

102 Hertford County— A. S. Mitchell. Comdr. : 

W. D. Boone. Adjt, Winton. 

103 Tar Heel — Louis Sherman. Mount Olive. 

104 William E. Dillard— Dan Tompkins, Sylva. 

105 Jambes — S. P. Bodie, Comdr, ; Thomas C. 

Alston, Adjt. and F. O., Loulsburg. 

106 Tar River (col.) — Tliaddeus J. Forbes, 

Greenville. 

107 Joseph G. Price (col.) — Jameg F. Hurley. 

(white). Salisbury. 

108 Macon — Frank I. Murray. Franklin. 

109 Banner — Adlai S. Oliver, Comdr. ; Alfred 

Schmitd, Adjt, Benson. 

110 Norman Wilder — Archie D. Odom. Comdr.; 

M. S. Gulley; M. D. Cooley, F. O., 
Nashville. 

111 Northampton — Archie C. Gay. Comdr.. 

Jackson ; C. C. Hunter, Adjt. . Rich 
Square. 

112 George Galloway — J. C. Hubbard. Comdr. ; 

H. A. Thompson, Adjt. Fairmont. 

113 Fry— Dr. A. T. Klutz, Maiden. 

114 George Gray — W. E. Bivins, Comdr.; B. 

L. Jeffords, Adjt, Elkin. 
US Beaver-Pittman — Sam Nash, Comdr.; H. 
L. Sifford; R. R. Allison, Kannapolis. 

116 Fuquay Springs — John W. Thompson, 

Comdr.; W. W. Seawell, Adjt, Fuquay 
Springs. 

117 Liberty — Henry A. McKinnon, Adjt, Max- 

ton. 

118 Rockingham— F. R. Phillips, Comdr. ; W. 

N. Everett, Jr., Adjt, Rockingham. 

119 James Hudnall — H. C. Burnette, Comdr. ; 

J. S. Trogdon, Adjt. ; J. S. Norman. 
Spray. 

120 Charles Hannibal Davis — Wm. C. Pope. 

Comdr. ; Theo. Rector, Adjt. . Marshall. 

121 Francis Arrington Jones — James W. 

Weaver, Comdr. ; L. S. Bellinger. Adjt , 
Care Federal Board School. Waynesville. 

122 Earl Horton — C. Raymond Hamrick, 

Burnesville. 

123 Mount Airy— George K. Snow; E. C. 

Ashby. Mount Airy. 

124 Robeson Union— L. W. Jacobs, Pembroke. 

125 Wilkes County— J. B. McCoy. Comdr. : 

James C. Smoot. Jr. ; Russell G. Hodges, 
Adjt, North Wilkesboro. 

126 Currie-Bumpass — R. H. Parker, Comdr. ; 

Harry Reagan, Adjt, Enfield. 

127 Charles R. Gavin — Henry L. Stevens, Jr., 

Warsaw. 

128 Morris L. Slaughter (col.) — A. B. Cash, 

Comdr., 2 Fourth Street. Winston- Salem. 

129 Waycaster-McFee — Nat H. Walker, Black 

Mountain. 

130 Watauga — A. D. Swift, Comdr. ; Russell 

D. Hodges, Adjt, Boone. 

131 Zebulon— Dr. Charles E. Flowers; R. E. 
Jones, Adjt, Zebulon. 

132 Pow-Parrish — St Julian L. Springs. 

Smithfleld. 

133 Stines Allen Robeson — Robert Y. Tilson, 

Mars Hill. 

134 Sandhills — Shields Cameron. Southern 

Pines; W. W. Coghill. Comdr.. Pine- 
hurst: Robert C. Snow. Adjt. Eagle 
Springs. 



135 Bladen — David B. Johnson, Elizabeth- 

town. 

136 Perry-Green — Charles M. Earley. Gates- 

ville. 



OLD HICKORY ASSOCIATION. 
30TH DIV. A. E. F. 

President — James A. Gleason, Knoxville, Tenn. 
Secretary-Treasurer — Frank P. Bowen, Knox- 
ville, Tenn. 



NORTH CAROLINA DIVISION UNITED 
CONFEDERATE VETERANS. 

Major General — William A. Smith, Command- 
er, Ansonville. 

Brigadier General — A. H. Boyden, First Brig- 
ade, Salisbury. 

Brigadier General — W. E. Kyle, Third Brig- 
ade, Fayetteville. 

Brigadier General — Jas. M. Ray, Fourth 
Brigade, Asheville. 

North Carolina Division. 

Colonel— L. L. Nash, Chief of Staff, Tar- 
boro. 

Lieutenant Colonel — J. J. Laughinghouse, In- 
spector General, Greenville. 

Lieutenant Colonel — A. D. Duckworth, Quar- 
ter Master General. Charlotte. 

Lieutenant Colonel — Walter Clark, Judge Ad- 
vocate General, Raleigh. 

Lieutenant Colonel — E. J. Hale. Chief of 
Ordnance. Fayetteville. 

Lieutenant Colonel — E. N. .Toyner, Chaplain 
General. 

Major — Thos. J. Wood, Aid. High Point. 

Major — C. M. Parks, Aid, Tarboro. 

Major — John A. Lisk, Mount Gilead. 

Major— C. D. Dowd. High Point. 

Major — D. Stewart. Laurinburg. 



NORTH CAROLINA DIVISION DAUGHTERS 
OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Regent — Mrs. W. O. Spencer, Winston- Salem. 
Vice-Regent — Mrs. C. W. Tillett, Charlotte. 
Secretary — Mrs. R. L. Gwyn, Lenoir. 
Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. J. M. Milli- 
kcn, Greensboro. 

Treasurer — Mrs. G. M. Ragan. Gastonia. 
Historian — Mrs. George Hardeman, Charlotte. 
Registrar — Miss Loula Hall Briggs. Raleigh. 
Chaplain — Mrs. Harris, Albemarle. 



NORTH CAROLINA DIVISION UNITED 
DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY. 

President — Mrs. Thomas W. Wilson, Gas- 
tonia. 

First Vice-President — Mrs. J. K. Norfleet, 
Winston-Salem. 

Second Vice-President — Mrs. P. A. Gorrell, 
Winston-Salem. 

Third Vice-President — Mrs. John Hollister. 
New Bern. 

Secretary — Miss Mary Henderson, Salisbury. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. D. M. Jones, 
Gastonia. 

Registrar — Mrs. D. G. T?elL Morehead City. 

Treasurer — Mrs. L. F. Long, Newton. 

Recorder of Crosses — Mrs. H. M. London, 
Raleigh. 

Chaplain — Mrs. E. F. Reid. Lenoir. 

Historian — Mrs. J. L. Bridgers, Tarboro. 

Director of Children's Chapters — Mrs. Charles 
S. Wallace, Morehead City. 

Honorary President — Mrs. Ella Broadnax. 
Greensboro. 



NORTH CAROLINA SOCIETY DAUGHTERS 
OF THE REVOLUTION. 

Regent — Miss Mary Hilliard Hinton. Raleigh. 

Honorary' Regent — Mrs. E. E. Moffltt. Rich- 
mond. Va. 

Honorary Regent — Mrs. Thomas K. Bruner, 
Raleigh. 



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SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

Its Policies sire all on the NON-PARTICIPATING Plan, are clear 

and definite in their provisions, and their 

values are absolutely guaranteed. 

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

Total payments to Policyholders since organization 
NEARLY $28,000,000 

JOHN G. WALKER, President. 



1st. Vice-Regent — Mrs. Thomas W. Biekett. 
Raleigh. „ _ . 

2nd. Vice-Regent— Mrs. Henry A. London, 
Pittshoro. 

Recording Secretary — Mrs. Laurence E. Cov- 
ington, Raleigh. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. George Ram- 
sey, Raleigh. 

Historian — Miss Georgia Hicks, Faison. 

Treasurer— Mrs. Charles Lee Smith, Raleigh. 

Registrar— Mrs. Charles P. Wales, Edenton. 

Custodian of Relics — Mrs. John E. Ray, Ra- 
leigh. 

SPANISH WAR VETERANS. 

Commander— E. R. MacKethan, Fayetteville. 
Adjutant— A. R. Williams, Fayetteville. 

fHE NORTH CAROLINA SOCIETY OF THE 
SONS OF THE REVOLUTION. 

(Organized 1893.) 

President — J. Bryan Grimes, Raleigh. 

Vice-President — Bcnnehan Cameron, Stagville. 

Secretary — Marshall De Lance; Haywood, 
Raleigh. 

Registrar — Edward C. Scawell. Raleigh. 

Treasurer — William E. Stone, Raleigh. 

Chaplain— Rev. Robert Brent Draue, Eden- 
ton , , , 

Board of Managers— A. B. Andrews (chair- 
man) Raleigh; Thomas Maslin, Winston- 
Salem; Walter Wellington Watt, Charlotte; 
Charles Le> Smith. Raleigh; Allied Moure 
Scales, Greensboro; Daniel Harvey Bill, Ra- 
leigh; Frank Nash. Raleigh; James Hill Ram- 
sey. Salisbury', and Ernest B. Bain, Raleigh. 

NORTH CAROLINA SOCIETY OF THE 
CINCINNATI. 

(Organized 1783 — Re-organized 1896.) 
President— Wilson Gray Lamb, Williamston. 



Vice-President — John Collins Davis. Balti- 
more, Md. 

Secretary — Marshall De Lancey Haywood. Ra- 
leigh. 

Treasurer — Walter De Lyle Carstarphcn. Ply- 
mouth. 

Assistant Secretary — John Bradley Lord, New 
York City. 

Assistant Treasurer — Bennehan Cameron, 
Stagville. 

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



GRAND LODGE OF MASONS. 

Grand Master — J. Bailey Owen. Henderson. 

Deputy Grand Master — James 11. Webb, HilN- 
boro. 

Senior Grand Warden — Herbert M. Potent. 
Wake Forest. 

Junior Grand Warden — J. Legrand Everett. 
Rockingham. 

Grand Treasurer— Benjamin 11. Lacy. Raleigh, 

Grand Secretary— William W, Wilson, it I 
leigh. 

Grand Chaplain— Rev. J. II. Henderllte, 
Gastonia. 

Senior Grand Deacon — Leon Cash. Winston- 
Salem. 

Junior Grand Deacon — J. E. Cameron. Kins- 
ton. 

Grand Marshal — .7. II Lndei on, Fayetteville. 

Grand Sword Bearer u C. Dunn, Enfield. 

Grand Pursuivant i B\ Rhem, New Bern, 

Grand Steward it. M Oal a, Hendersonville, 

Grand Steward — A, J, Harris, Hendei 
Grand Historian Marshall De Lancej Ha] 
wood, Raleigh. 

Grand Tiler W i> Terry. B*lel 

Custodians J. E Cameron, Klnston; i 
cash. Winston Salem; S N Boyce, Gastonia. 

Grand Lecturer B V Edwards, Crumpler, 



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SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS 



Assistant Grand Lecturers — .1. W. Boweli, 
Waxhaw; J. W. Patton, Greensboro; W. C. 
Wicker, Elon College; \V. W. Holland, Charles; 
J. W. Alford, Kenly; Jeff L. Nelson, Morgan- 
ten; K. W. Winston, Bailey. 



SUDAN TEMPLE. 

Potentate — John H. Anderson, Fayetteville. 

Chief Rabban — Raymond C. Dunn, Enfield. 

Assistant Rabban — J. T. Lassiter, Rocky 
Mount. 

High Priest and Prophet — F. N. Bridgers, 
Wilson. 

Oriental Guide — C. D. Bradham, New Bern. 

Treasurer — W. W. Griffin, New Bern. 

Recorder — J. F. Rhem, New Bern. 

Orator — F. D. Dean, Wilmington. 

First Ceremonial Master — L. C. Robertson, 
Jr. . Wilmington. 

Second Ceremonial Master — F. W. Ayers, 
Washington. 

Marshal — F. B. Crowson, Goldsboro. 

Captain of the Guard — H. S. Storr. Raleigh. 

Outer Guard — J. B. Briggs, Elizabeth City. 

Representatives to Imperial Council — W. A. 
French, Wilmington ; A. B. Andrews. Raleigh ; 
J. C. Braswell, Whitakers; J. F. Rhem, New 
Bern. 



OASIS TEMPLE, CHARLOTTE. 

Illustrious Potentate — Charles V. York, Ra- 
leigh. 

Recorder — Thomas Griffith. Charlotte. 

Treasurer — W. L. McDonald, Charlotte. 

Captain of the Guard — Eugene B. Graham, 
Charlotte. 

Outer Guard — Charles F. Long, High Point. 

Chief Rabban — A. G. Myers, Gastonia. 

Assistant Chief Rabban — J. D. Eliott, Hick- 
ory. 

High Priest and Prophet — Dr. Chas P. Am- 
bler, Asheville. 

Oriental Guide— L. D. Sutherland, Charlotte. 

First Ceremonial Master — J. LeGrand Everett, 
Rockingham. 

Second Ceremonial Master — C. M. Vanstory, 
Greensboro. 

Marshal — P. T. Wilson, Winston-Salem. 

Representatives to the Imperial Council — 
Julian Price, Greensboro; Dr. J. W. Grimes, 
Asheville. 



GRAND COUNCIL ROYAL AND SELECT 
MASTERS. 

Grand Master — John H. Anderson, Fayette- 
ville. 

Deputy Grand Master — James W. Payne, 
Salisbury. 

Grand Principal Conductor of Work — Amos 
D. Conner, Greensboro. 

Grand Treasurer — Edward B. Neave, Salis- 
bury. 

Grand Recorder — John B. Griggs, Elizabeth 
City. 

Grand Captain of Guard — M. C. Thompson, 
Charlotte. 

Grand Conductor of Council — Merl J. Car- 
son, Wilmington. 

Grand Steward— William R. Smith, Raleigh. 



GRAND CHAPTER ROYAL ARCH MASONS. 

Grand High Priest — John J. Phoenix, Greens- 
boro. 

Deputy Grand High Priest — Wm. Richie 
Smith, Raleigh. 

Grand King— R. C. Dunn, Enfield. 

Grand Scribe — E. R. Hampton, Asheville. 

Grand Treasurer — E. B. Neave, Salisbury. 

Grand Secretary — John B. Griggs, Elizabeth 
City. 

Grand Captain of the Host — James W. 
Payne, Salisbury. 

Grand Principal Sojourner — Jno. S. Mc- 
Eachern, Wilmington. 



Grand Royal Arch Captain — Chas. A. Jen- 
kins, Winston -Salem. 

Grand Master of Third Veil — W. C. Wicker, 
Elon College. 

Grand Master of Second Veil — W. J. Roach, 
Gastonia. 

Grand Master of First Veil — G. A. Farrow, 
New Bern. 



GRAND LODGE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

Grand Councilor — E. M. Grier, Canton. 

Grand Vice-Councilor — R. G. Cherry, Gas- 
tonia. 

Grand Prelate — Rev. I. W. Hughes, Hender- 
son. 

Grand Keeper of Records and Seal — W. M. 
Lyles, Charlotte. 

Grand Master of Exchequer — G. W. Mont- 
castle, Lexington. 

Grand Master at Arms — W. R. Stone, Greens- 
boro. 

Grand Inner Guard — Hugh A. Page, Clayton. 

Grand Outer Guard — W. H. Muse, Concord. 

Trustees Pythian Home, Clayton — J. L. Prid- 
gen, Durham; C. Dewey, Goldsboro; T. H. 
Webb, Goldsboro; C. W. Home, Clayton; W. T. 
Hollowell. Goldsboro; R. S. McCain, Hender- 
son; C. H. Pender, Clayton. 



GRAND LODGE I. 0. 0. F. OF NORTH 
CAROLINA. 

Grand Master — L. W. Moore, Wilmington. 

Deputy Grand Master — Rev. W. R. Coppedge, 
Rockingham. 

Grand Warden — A. E. Woltz, Gastonia. 

Grand Secretary — John D. Berry, Raleigh. 

Grand Treasurer — M. L. Shlpman. Raleigh. 

Grand Representatives — D. H. Tillitt, An- 
drews; C. O. McMichael, Winston- Salem. 

Grand Marshal — S. L. Whitmore, Greensboro. 

Grand Conductor — S. B. Currin, Greenville. 

Grand Guardian — R. T. Teague, Bakersville. 

Grand Herald— W. C. Odell, Salisbury. 

Grand Chaplain — Rev. R. N. Childress, Ra- 
leigh. 



GRAND ENCAMPMENT, I. 0. 0. F. 

Patriarch — A. C. Melvin, Durham. 
High Priest — John C. Wright, Shiloh. 
Senior Warden — D. W. Davis, Golds- 



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Junior Warden — H. A. Ballard, Ashe- 

Scribe — L. W. Jeanneret, Asheville. 
Treasurer — John E. Wood, Wilming- 

Marshal— C. P. Burchett, Winston- 
Sentinel — W. S. Bagwell. Durham. 
Outside Sentinel — J. R. Woodall, Wil- 

Representative — John D. Berry, Ra- 



GRAND COUNCIL ROYAL ARCANUM. 

Grand Regent — Herman Heller, Raleigh. 

Grand Vice-Regent — Benjamin F. Worsley, 
Rocky Mount. 

Sitting Past Grand Regent— Thomas P. Johns- 
ton, Salisbury. 

Grand Orator— Julius K. Miller, Salisbury. 

Grand Secretary — Geo. R. Wootten, Hickory. 

Grand Treasurer — H. J. Young, Raleigh. 

Grand Chaplain — Dr. S. Mendelsohn, D.D., 
Wilmington. 

Grand Guide — John Machin, Asheville. 

Grand Warden— Robert L. Poston, Statesville. 

Grand Sentry— George Ro-obins, Rocky Mount. 



STATE COUNCIL OF NORTH CAROLINA 
JR. 0. U. A. M. 

Councilor — L. D. Mendenhall, Greensboro. 
Vice-Councilor — Frank R. McNinch. Char- 
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SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS 



Treasurer — Gurney P. Hood. Elizabeth City. 
Conductor — A. A. Apple. Burlington. 
Warden— J. C. White. Guilford. 
Outside Sentinel — .T. L. Nelson, Morganton. 
Chaplain- C A G Thomas. Mount Holly. 
Recording Secretary — Sam F. Vance, Winston- 
Salem. 



NORTH CAROLINA ELKS ASSOCIATION. 

President — W. O. Wegener, Durham. 

First Vice-President — W. C. Maupin. Salis- 
bury. * 

Second Vice-President — D. D. Daughtridge, 
Rocky Mount. 

Secretary and Treasurer — T. B. Kehoe, New 
Bern. 



NORTH CAROLINA TEACHERS- 
ASSEMBLY— 1922. 

President — Charles E. Brewer. Raleigh. 
Vice-President — Elizabeth Kelly, Raleigh. 
Secretary-Treasurer — 

Association of Primary Teachers. 
President — Annie Workman. Roanoke Rapids. 
Vice-President — Mary Graham. Charlotte. 
Secretary — Rosa Abbott, Greensboro. 

Association of Grammar Teachers. 
President — Constance Cline, Concord. 
Vice-President — Mary Page, Raleigh. 
Secretary — Ha Johnson, Asheville. 

Association of County Superintendents. 
President — E. C. Brooks, Raleigh. 
Secretary — A. S. Brower, Raleigh. 

Association of City Superintendents. 
President — E. J. Coltrane. Roanoke Rapids. 
Vice-President — R. W. Carver. Hickory. 
Secretary — Hoy Taylor, Franklinton. 

Association of Music Teachers. 

President — Charles G. Vardell, Jr., Red 
Springs. 

Vice-President — Paul J. Weaver. Chapel Hill. 
Secretary— E. M. Betts, Elon College. 

Association of High School Teachers and 
Principals. 

President — G. B. Phillips. Greensboro. 
Vice-President — Beulah Holton, Stovall. 
Secretary — Mary Powell, Roanoke Rapids. 

Department of Higher Education. 
President — T. C. Amick, Elon College. 
Vice-President — Howard Rondthaler, Wins- 
ton-Salem. 

Secretary — L. R. Wilson, Chapel Hill. 

Department of Farm Lire and Home 
Economics. 
President — W. D. Barbee. Seaboard. 
Vice-President — F. A. Femand, Barnardsville. 
Secretary — R. A. Olney, Raleigh. 



WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE 
UNION. 

President — Mrs. T. Adelaide Goodno, Greens- 
boro. 

Vice President — Mrs. C. C. Hinkle, Greens- 
boro. 

Y. P. B. Secretary— Mrs. R. B. Whitehurst, 
Bethel. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. Annie E. Wil- 
liams, Guilford. 

Recording Secretary — Mrs. Mary E. White, 
Guilford College. 

Treasurer — Mrs. Ellen J. V. Preyer, Greens- 
boro. 

L. T. L. Secretary— Mrs. I. T. Sell, Asheville. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA ASSOCIATION OF 
JEWISH WOMEN. 

Chairman — Mrs. Sol Weil, Goldsboro. 

First Vice-Chairman — Mrs. E. Sternberger, 
Greensboro. 

Second Vice-Chairman — Mrs. K. Stein, Fay- 
ette vtlle. 



Third-Vice Chairman — Mrs. Gustav Lichten- 
fels, Asheville. 

Recording Secretary — Mrs. J. W. Cone, 
i eensboro. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. M. Rosenthal, 
Raleigh. 

Treasurer — Mrs. Elmer Oettinger, Wilson. 

Organizer — Mrs. Hattie Weinberg. Goldsboro. 

I ii ctors — Mrs. A. Aaronson, Rockingham; 
Mrs. N. Schults, Rocky Mount; Mrs. M. Ja- 
eobi, Wilmington. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA FEDERATION OF 
WOMANS CLUBS. 

Honorary President — Mrs. Robert R. Cotten, 
Bruce. 

President — Mrs. Sydney P. Cooper, Hender- 
son. 

First Vice-President — Mrs. E. R. Michaux, 
Greensboro. 

Second Vice-President — Mrs. John L. Gilmer. 
Winston- Salem. 

Recording Secretary — Mrs. Thomas Lenoir 
Gwyn. Waynesville. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. W. Brooks 
Parham, Henderson. 

Treasurer — Mrs. Edward M. Land. Goldsboro. 

Auditor — Mrs. W. B. Ramsey, Hickory. 
Departments. 

Art — Mrs. Marshall Williams, Chm. . Faison. 

Civics — Mrs. M. M. Marks, Chairman, New 
Bern. 

Conservation — Mrs. W. P. Whitmire. Chair- 
man, Hendersonville. 

Health— Mrs. Chas. E. Piatt. Chairman, 
Charlotte. 

Home Economics — Mrs. Estelle T. Smith, 
Chairman, Goldsboro. 

Library Extension — Miss Mary B. Palmer. 
Chairman, Raleigh. 

Literature — Mrs. S. E. Leavitt. Chairman. 
Chapel Hill. 

Music — Mrs. Arthur Kennickle, Chairman, 
Vvinston-Salem. 

Social Service — Mrs. S. C. Sittorson, Chair- 
man, Kinston. 

Standing Committees. 

Finance — Mrs. A. H. Powell, Oxford. 

Membership— Mrs. B. H. Griffin, Raleigh. 

Legislation — Mrs. Palmer Jerman, Raleigh. 

Bureau of Information — Miss Nellie Roberson, 
Chapel Hill. 

Chairman of Districts — Mrs. John L. Gilmer, 
Winston-Salem. 

Publicity— Miss Nell Tattle Lewis. Raleigh. 

Program — Mrs. E. R. Michaux, Greensboro. 

Community Service — Mrs. James M. Gudger, 
Jr. , Asheville. 

Disarmament — Mrs. Lionel Weil, Goldsboro. 



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NORTH CAROLINA LEAGUE OF WOMEN 
VOTERS 

Chairman — Miss Gertrude Weil, Goldsboro. 

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

Second Viee-Chairman — Mrs. 
man. Raleigh. 

Third Vice- Chairman — Mrs. 
Greensboro. 

Recording Secretary — Miss 
Franklin. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. William David 
Boone, Winton. 

Treasurer — Mrs. J. W. Cone, Greensboro. 

Committ e — Finance: Miss Clara Cox. High 
Point; Legislation: Mrs. J. W. Bailey, Raleigh; 
Publicity: Miss Nell Battle Lewis, Raleigh. 



L. Brooks, 
Lassie Kelly. 



NORTH CAROLINA LITERARY AND 
HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 
President — Dr. W. K. Boyd. Durham. 
First Vice-President — S. A. Ashe, Raleigh. 
Second Vice-President — Mrs. D. H. Blair. 
Greensboro. 



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Third Vice-President — John Jordan Douglass, 
Wadesboro. 

Secretary and Treasurer — B. B. House, Ba- 
leigh. 



NORTH CAROLINA FOLK LORE SOCIETY. 

President — W. J. Andrews, Raleigh. 

First Vice-President — Mrs. S. Westray Bat- 
tle, Asheville. 

Second Vice-President — Miss Maude Minnish, 
Lenoir. 

Third Vice-President — Mrs. W. N. Beynolds, 
Winston-Salem. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Dr. F. C. Brown. 
Durham. 



THE 



NORTH CAROLINA ORPHAN 
ASSOCIATION. 



President — C. O. Baird, Goldsboro. 

First Vice-President — J. J. Phoenix, Greens- 
boro. 

Second Vice-President — Bev. W. J. Smith, 
Charlotte. 

Secretary-Treasurer — M. L. Shipman, Ba- 
leigh. 

Executive Committee — Archibald Johnson, 
Chairman, ThomasvUle; Bev. A. S. Barnes, 
Baleigh; H. A. Garrett, High Point; Prof. 
L. W. Alderman, Oxford; Dr. C. B. McNairy. 
Kinston; Rev. W. J. Smith, Charlotte; Prof. 
Chas. O. Baird, Goldsboro. 



NORTH CAROLINA PHARMACEUTICAL 
ASSOCIATION. 

President— I. W. Ross, Rocky Mount. 
Vice-President — J. A. Goode, Asheville. 
Secretary-Treasurer — J. G. Beard, Chapel Hill. 

NORTH CAROLINA PRESS ASSOCIATION. 

President — J. B. Sherrill, Concord. 

Secretary — Miss Beatrice Cobb, Morganton. 

Treasurer — R. E. Price, Lincolnton. 

Vice-Presidents — R. T. Wade, Morehead City; 
S. H. Farabee, Hickory; Mrs. W. C. Hammer, 
Asheboro. 



WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA WEEKLY 
PRESS ASSOCIATION. 

President — R. E. Price, Rutherfordton. 
Vice-President — F. A. Carr, Spruce Pine. 
Secretary-Treasurer — S. E. Whitten, Marion. 
Historian — Miss Beatrice Cobb, Morganton. 
Poet — J. D. Boone, Waynesville. 



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NORTH CAROLINA ASSOCIATION OF 
DAILIES. 

President — E. B. Jeffress. Greensboro. 
Vice-President — A. W. Burch, Asheville. 
Secretary-Treasurer- — J. L. Home, Jr., Rocky 



NORTH CAROLINA BANKERS 
ASSOCIATION. 



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President — A. M. Dumay, Washington. 

Secretary — Alan T. Bowler, Baleigh. 

Vice-Presidents — C. E. Brooks. Henderson- 
ville; John D. Biggs, Williamston; S. A. Hub- 
bard, Asheville. 

Executive Committee — B. E. Oglesby, Farm- 
ville; G . gn .H e o d , . To o hor o: H. M. Cox, Mount 
Olive; T. E. Bobbitt, Wake Forest; F. C. 
T'oyles, Greensboro; C. S. Hicks, Duke; R. L. 
Phillips, Rockingham; J. W. Guy, Statesville; 
E. E. Jones, Charlotte; J. II. Kirkpatrlck 
Canton; Ex Officio, W. A. nunt, Henderson 



NORTH CAROLINA BAR ASSOCIATI 

President — John A. McRae. Charlotte. 
Vice-President — H. L. Stevens, Warsaw. 
Vice-President — E. E. Raper. Lexington. 
Vice-President — J. W. Pless, Marion. 
Sec.-Treas. — Henry M. London, Raleigh. 
Executive Committee — E. S. Parker. Gra- 



ham; E. W. Timberlake, Wake Mark 

W. Brown, Asheville; H I. Smith, \ 
marie: A. L. Quli a; Prank 

Thompson, Jacksonville; I . McRae, 

Charlotte; Henry M. London, Ra 



MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE STATE OF 
NORTH CAROLINA. 

President— Dr. Hubert A. Royster, i: ■ 

First Vice-President — Dr. Win. T. Parrott, 
Kinston. 

Second Vice-President — Dr. C. B. Nalle, 
Charlotte. 

Third Vice Presid nt — Dr. J. It. McCracken, 
Waynesville. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Dr. L. B. McBrayer, 
Sanatorium. 

Councilors, 1919-1922— 

First District— Dr. B. P. Halsey, Roper. 

Second District — Dr. J. C. Rodman, Wash- 
ington. 

Third District— Dr. J. B. Cranmer. Wil- 
mington. 

Fourth District— Dr. E. T. Dickinson. Wil- 
son. 

Fifth District— Dr. A. McNiel Blair, South- 
ern Pines. 

Sixth District— Dr. W. C. Horton. Raleigh. 

Seventh District — Dr. B. J. Withei 
Charlotte. 

Eighth District— Dr. J. K. Pepper, Wins- 
ton-Salem. 

Ninth District— Dr. M. R. Adam SI 
ville. 

Tenth District— Dr. Eugene B. Glenn, Ashe- 
ville. 
Chairmen of Sections. 1922 — 

Public Health and Education — Dr. N. B. 
Adams, Murphy. 

Surgery — Dr. T. M. Green. Wilmington. 

Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat — Dr. .1 M. 
Parrott, Kinston. 

Gynecology and Obstetrics — Dr. Oren Moore, 
Charlotte. 

Pediatrics — Dr. IT H. Harrison. Asheville. 

Practice of Medicine — Dr. W. A. Brad- 
sher, Roxboro. 

Chemistry, Materia Medica and Therapeu- 
tics — Dr. E. J. Wood, Wilmington. 




NORTH CAROLINA DENTAL SOCIETY. 

President— Dr. W. M. Robey, Charlotte. 

Pres.-Elect — Dr. S. Robert Horton, Raleigh. 

Vice-President — Dr. John J. Battle, 
Mount. 

Secretary — Dr. H. O. Lineb xger. Ka 

Treasurer — Dr. R. M. Morrow Burlington. 

Essayist — Dr. B. L. Crump. Laurinburg. 

Executive Committee — J. H. Wheeler, > 
Greensboro; J. II. Judd. Fayetteville; J. A 
MeClung, Winston-Salem. 



TRI-STATE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. 

(resident— W. w. Bunnell, Hock Hill. 3 C 
Vice-President— H. R. Black. Spartanburg. 
S. C. 
Vice-President — J. T. Burrus. High P 
Vice President — Karl S. Blackwell, Rich 
ii i ei. i. Va. 

Secretary Treasurer .lames K. Hall, Rich- 
mond, Va. 

Executive Council- V C. Hink.r. N 

Va.; W. 0. Spencer, Winston-Salem; .luiim 
II. Taylor. Columbia. S C : W. L Peple. 
ihmond, Va. ; J. P. Matheson, Chai 

'•lias A MiiMrv. ROC* Mill. S C. I ) T 

McKinney, Roanoke, Va.; Chas O'H. Laugh- 
Inghouse, Greenville; i>. L, Smith, Spi 
burg, S. C. 



STATE FARMERS ALLIANCE. 

President — B. F. Shelton, Hi 
tars — J. C. Bain, Wade 



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FARMERS CONVENTION. 

President — U. B. Blalock, Wadesboro. 
Secretary— W. W. Shay, West Raleigh. 

THE FARMERS EDUCATIONAL AND 
CO-OPERATIVE UNION. 

President — R. W. H. Stone, Greensboro. 

Vice-President — Dr. J. M. Templeton, Cary. 

Sec.-Treas.— W. L. Bagwell, Raleigh. 

Door-Keeper — J. S. Davis, Greensboro. 

Executive Committee — W. B. Gibson, Chm., 
Statesville; E. C. Faires, Sec, Greensboro; 
J. L. Cherry, Hobgood; H. Q. Alexander, 
Matthews; Ollin Cruise, Salisbury. 



NORTH CAROLINA COTTON GROWERS 
ASSOCIATION. 

President — L. S. Tomlinson, Wilson. 

First Vice-President — J. R. Peterson, Clin- 
ton. 

Second Vice-President — B. W. Kilgore, Ra- 
leigh. 

Secretary-Treasurer — A. W. Swain, Raleigh. 



NORTH CAROLINA TOBACCO GROWERS 
ASSOCIATION. 
J. T. Joyner, LaGrange. 
Clarence Poe, Raleigh. 
L. S. Tomlinson, Wilson. 
George Ross, Jackson Springs. 
J. W. Stephenson, Smithfield. 
E. B. Crow, Raleigh. 



NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL 
SOCIETY. 

President — Mrs. George W. Vanderbilt, Bal- 
timore. 

Vice-President — Joseph Hyde Pratt, Chapel 
HilL 

Vice-President at Large — W. A. Graham, 
Raleigh. 

Secretary — Joseph E. Pogue, Raleigh. 

Treasurer and Assistant Secretary — C. B. 
Denson, Raleigh. 

Permanent Vice-Presidents — (Ex-Presidents of 
the Society) — Julian S. Carr, Durham; Benne- 
han Cameron, Stagville; J. S. Cunningham, 
Durham; J. A. Mills. Raleigh; Leonard Tufts, 
Pinehurst; R. O. Everett, Durham; C. W. 
Home, Clayton. 



PEANUT GROWERS ASSOCIATION. 

President — W. J. Story, Courtland, Va. 
Vice-President — M. C. Braswell, Battleboro. 
Secretary — J. Frank Fooshe, Suffolk, Va. 



NORTH CAROLINA GOOD ROADS 
ASSOCIATION. 

President — W. C. Boren. Pomona. 

Secretary — Miss H. M. Berry, Chapel Hill. 

Treasurer — M. E. Hogan, Chapel Hill. 

Executive Committee — W. C. Boren, Pomona; 
Miss H M. Berry, Chapel Hill; Leonard 
Tufts, Pinehurst; Chartes S. Wallace, More- 
head City; H. D. Williams, Kenansville; T. L. 
Gwyn, Springdale; T. L. Kirkpa trick, Charlotte; 
J. H. L.'Roy, Elizabeth City; W. D. McMillan, 
Jr., Wilmington. 

Vice Presidents — Charles S. Wallace, More- 
head City, First Vice-President; Leonard Tufts, 
Pinehurst, Second Vice-President. 

District Vice-Presidents — 1st, Charles Whed- 
bee, Hertford; 2nd, H. G. Connor, Jr., Wilson; 
3rd, Lionel Weil. Goldsboro; 4th, James A. 
Wellons, Smithfield; 5th, Col. Benehan Came- 
ron, Stagville; 6th, Dr. Seavy Highsmith, Fay- 
etteville; 7th, W. N. Everett, Rockingham; 
8th, W. R. Bauguess, Jefferson; 9th, F. W. 
Bicknell, Linville Falls; 10th, J. Q. Gilkey, 
Marion. 



CITIZENS HIGHWAY ASSOCIATION OF 
NORTH CAROLINA. 

Chairman — T. L. Kirkpatrick, Charlotte. 

Vice-Chairmen — W. C. Jones, High Point ; Dr. 
L. B. Morse, Hendersonville ; B. A. Patton. 
Asheville: C. M. Vanstory, Greensboro; Jno. H. 
Small, Washington; G. Ellis Gardner, Burns- 
ville; Julius A. Rousseau, Wilkrsbcro. 

Secretary — D. S. Holleuga, Fayetteville. 

Assistant Secretary — Mrs. Mayme Moore Sif- 
ford, Charlotte. 

Treasurer — W. C. Wilkinson, Charlotte. 

Executive Committee — W. A. McGirt, Wilming- 
ton; A. B. Houtz, Elizabeth City: Chas 11. 
Jenkins, Aulander; C. D. Bradham, New Bern; 
T. B. Eldridge, Raleigh; Hugh Chatham, Wins- 
ton-Salem; Col. Joseph Hyde Pratt, Chapel Hill; 
F. G. Henderson, Moi.-roe ; Hugh McRae, Wil- 
mington; R. K. Davenport, Mount Holly; 
Brownlow Jackson, Hendersonville ; Hugh H. 
Lowe, Asheville; J. Paul Leuiiard, Statesville; 
Capt. W. F. Moody, Raleigh; W. D. McMillan, 
Jr., Wilmington. 



WILMINGTON-CHARLOTTE-ASHEVILLE 
HIGHWAY ASSOCIATION. 

President — T. L. Kirkpatrick. Charlotte. 

Vice-President — G. Herbert Smith, Acme. 

Secretary-Treasurer — W. C. Wilkinson, Char- 
lotte. 

Cor. Secretary — W. R. Lemmonds, Monroe. 

Executive Committee — H. H. McLendon. 
Wadesboro; J. W. Haynes, Asheville; C. J. 
Ccxe, Whiteville; C. Ed. Taylor, Southport; 
L. A. Gettys, Shelby; E. J. Grimesly. White- 
ville: Capt. R. G. Cherry, Gastonia; M. L. 
Shipman, Raleigh; Edgar Love, Lincolnton; 
A. M. McDonald, Charlotte; W. A. McGirt, 
Wilmington; B. F. Reynolds, Rockingham; B. 
W. Townsend, Lumberton; K. S. Tanner, Ruth- 
fordton; D. K. McRae, Laurinburg; F. G. Hen- 
derson, Monroe. 



NORTH CAROLINA MUNICIPAL 
ASSOCIATION. 

President — Gallatin Roberts, Asheville. 

Vice-President — D. M. Clark, Greenville. 

Secretary — W. L. Dowell, Raleigh. 

Treasurer — W. H. Holcomb, Winston-Salem. 

Executive Committee — D. M. Clark, Green- 
ville; W. L. Dowell. Raleigh; James G. Hanes. 
Winston- Salem; W. H. Holcomb. Winston- 
Salem; Gallatin Roberts, Asheville; Lionel Weil, 
Goldsboro. 



ASSOCIATION SUPERIOR COURT CLERKS. 

President — John H. Cathey, Asheville. 
Vice-President — W. N. Harriss, Wilmington. 
Secretary and Treasurer — A. A. McDonald. 
Lillington. 



NORTH CAROLINA ASSOCIATION OF 
REGISTER OF DEEDS. 

Chairman — R. T. Barnes. Wilson. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Arch J. Wood, Raleigh. 

Executive Committee — Wm. H. Penney. Chm., 
Raleigh; P. E. Rowland, Henderson; G. A. Far- 
row, New Bern; J. A. Dovvtin, Warrenton; M. 
G Markharn, Durham. 



NORTH CAROLINA LANDOWNERS 
ASSOCIATION. 

President — F. L. Finkensteadt. 

Treasurer — H. C. McQueen, Wilmington. 

Manager — W. A. McGirt, Wilmington. 

Advisory Committee — O. L. Clark, Clarkton; 
W. F. Aberly, New Bern; A. R. Turnbull, Nor- 
folk. Va. ; John H. Small, Washington ; James 
L. McNair, Laurinburg; Mark Potter, New York, 
.T. A. Meadows. New Bern ; Hugh MacRae 
Wilmington ; Dr. W. S. Rankin. Raleigh; Geo. 
H. Currie, Clarkton; E. C. Watts, Tabor; Jno. 
R. Peterson, Clinton; J. T. Bland, Sr.. Bur- 
gaw; Chas. Whedbee, Hertford; Norwood Sim- 



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head City; W. H. Ellison, Washington ; Chas. 
E. Gause, Southport; W. A. Brown, Rocky 
Point; Nathan O'Berry, Goldsboro; M. W. 
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NORTH CAROLINA STATE FIREMEN'S 
ASSOCIATION 

President — James H. Wood. Asheville. 

First Vice-President — J. F. Foister, Chapel 
Hill. 

Second Vice-President— Charles D. Farmer, 
Raleigh. 

Third Vice-President — E. E. Bain, Greens- 
boro. 

Secretary — John L. Miller, Concord. 

Treasurer — Charles Schnibben. Wilmington. 

Statistician — R. E. Currier, Black Mountain. 



NORTH CAROLINA ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE. 

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

-Miss Amorette Bled- 



Assistant Superintendent- 
soe. Raleigh. 

Field Secretaries — Rev. M. E. 
Springs; Rev. E. S. Gilley, Spray. 

President State Convention — Dr. W. L. Poteat 
Wake Forest. 

Secretary State Convention — Mrs. N. Buck- 
ner, Asheville. 

Headquarters Committee — Hon. Josephus Dan- 
iels, Raleigh; Rev. A. D. Wilcox, Durham; Dr 
Clarence Poe, Raleigh; M. L. Shlpnian. Ra- 
leigh; Dr. W. L. Poteat, Wake Forest; F. B 
MtKinne, Louisburg; W. T. Shaw, Weldon 

Board of Trustees — W. T. Shaw, 
don. 

Vice-Presidents — C. O. Morris. 
Garland Midgett, Jackson; A. D. 
Bern ; T. T. Hicks, Henderson ; C. 



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Greensboro; W. A. McGirt, Wilmington; R. B. 



Redwine, Monroe; J. A. Hartness, Statesville; 
Clyde Hoey, Shelby; Julius C. Martin, Ashe- 
ville. 

Members Board of Directors Anti-Saloon 
League of America — W. T. Shaw. Weldon ; R. 
L. Davis, Raleigh; Mrs. T. W. Bickett. Raleigh; 
M. L. Shipman, Raleigh. 



SOUTHERN FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS 
ASSOCIATION. 

President — Charles F. Tomlinson, High Point. 

Vice-President — F. S. Lambeth, Thomasville. 

Vice-President — A. B. Witton, Martinsville. 
Va. 

Secretary-Treasurer — J. T. Ryan, High Point. 

Executive Committee — J. G. Shelton, States 
villc; F. H. Coffey, Lenoir; George L. Hackney, 
Lexington; F. O. Hoffman. Drcxel ; Nelson T. 
Spratt. Atlanta. Ga. ; R. Glenn Young, Chat- 
tanooga, Tonn. ; Fred N. Tate, High Point. 

THE NORTH CAROLINA WHOLESALE 
GROCERS' ASSOCIATION. 

President — A. F. Hartsell. Concord. 

Zone 1, Vlce-Pres.— C. G. Morris, Washing- 
ton. 

Zone 2, Vlce-Pres.- 

Zone 3, Vlce-Pres.- 
villo. 

Zone 4, Vlce-Pres. — W. 

Zono 5. Vlce-Pres.— W. 
Salem. 

Treasurer — W. L. Bawllngi, Qoldaboro. 

Secretary — I. M. Porter. Raleigb 

K\eentivev Committee — Qeorge Marsh, ('bin . 

Raleigh; it 0. Caviness, Raleigh; W. L. Hmv- 
ilngs, Goldsboro. 



-Kirbv Woodard, Wilson. 
i> U. Sandllng, Fayette- 



J. Thomas Charlotte. 
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Second Vice-President — L. G. Eskridge, New- 
berry, S. C. 

Third Vice-President — D. F. Conrad, Lexing- 
ton. 

Secretary-Treasurer — T. W. Dixon, Charlotte. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA MERCHANTS 
ASSOCIATION. 

President — R. F. Roark. Charlotte. 

Vice-President — A. A. Joseph, Goldsboro. 

Executive Secretary — J. Paul Leonard, States- 
ville. 

Treasurer — A. W. Bunch, Statesville. 

Board of Directors — B. F. Roark, Charlotte; 
A. A. Joseph, Goldsboro ; J. Paul Leonard, 
Statesville; A. Nichols. Asheville; Elmer R. 
Oettinger, Wilson; J. Frank Morris, Winston- 
Salem; J. B. Whitted. Burlington; J. N. Mc- 
Causland, Charlotte; A. W. Bunch, Statesville. 



NORTH CAROLINA RETAIL CLOTHIERS' 
ASSOCIATION. 

President — L. B. Markham, Durham. 

First Vice-President — J. A. Moretz. Hickory. 

Second Vice-President — C. H. Mclvnight, 
Greensboro. 

Secretary — J. Paul Leonard, Statesville. 

Treasurer — N. V. Stockton, Winston-Salmi. 

Board of Directors — L. B. Markham, Dur- 
ham; J. A. Moretz, Hickory; C. H. McKnight, 
Greensboro; J. Paul Leonard. Statesville; X. V. 
Stockton, Winston-Salem; Lonnie Hammond, 
Laurinburg; Ira W. Hine. Winston- Salem; G. 
L. Crowell, Statesville; I. S. Kahn, Fayettevllle. 



AIR-DRIED NORTH CAROLINA PINE CLUB. 

President — C. D. Orrell, Moncure. 

Vice-President — E. A. Robertson, Peters- 
burg, Va. 

Vice-President — A. B., Clark, Charlotte. 

Vice-President — J. W. Maynard, Cheravv, S. C. 

Secretary-Treasurer — P. H. McGill, Raleigh. 

Board of Governors — W. H. McElvvee. Raleigh; 
Howard White, Raleigh ; J. H. Kennedy, Cum- 
nock; E. E. Snuggs, Albemarle; Geo. Shepherd, 
Petersburg, Va. ; C. A. Trantum, Garland ; John 
K. Barrow, Zebulon; Philip R. Roper, Peters- 
burg, Va. ; F. R. Snipes, Sanford; R. M. 
Adams, Hamlet; C. R. Barker, Rock Hill, S. C. 



NORTH CAROLINA STATE FEDERATION OF 
LABOR. 

President — J. F. Barrett, Asheville. 

Vice-Pres. — W. A. Thomas, Salisbury. 

Second Vice-Pres. — E. M. Martin. Raleigh. 

Sec. -Treas. — C. G. Worley, Asheville. 

Organizer — J. W. Parker, Charlotte. 

Executive Board — J. F. McMahon, Chm., Ra- 
leigh; N. A. Campbell, Wilmington; L. M. 
Barnhardt, Concord; H. C. Caldwell, Asheville; 
George E. Swink, Charlotte. 



NORTH CAROLINA TRAFFIC 
ASSOCIATION. 

President — Charles H. Ireland, Greensboro. 

First Vice-President — D. H. Dixon. Goldsboro. 

Second Vice-President — George S. Edwards, 
Rocky Mount. 

Treasurer — Howard White, Raleigh. 

Secretary-Traffic Manager — M. R. Beaman, 
Raleigh. 



EASTERN CAROLINA CHAMBER OF 
COMMERCE. 

President — Dr. C. J. Ellen, Greenville. 

Temporary Secretary — H. L. Smith. Greenville. 

Executive Committee — W. A. McGirt. Wil- 
mington ; A. M. Dumay, Washington ; J. I. Mor- 
gan. Farmville; W. H. Austin, Smitifield; Geo. 
C. Royall, Goldsboro. 



ASSOCIATION OF ICE CREAM 
MANUFACTURERS. 

President — L. A. Corning, Hamlet. 
Vice-President — H. E. Cortland, Greensboro. 
Sec-Treas. — A. E. Dixon, Fayetteville. 



NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE 
EPWORTH LEAGUE. 

President — Rev. F. Swindell Love, Wilson. 

Vice-President — Rev. B. F. Boone, Windsor. 

Supt. Dept. of Spiritual Work — Miss Hulda 
Hester, Roxboro. 

Supt. Social Service — Miss Hazel Summerlin, 
Goldsboro. 

Supt. Recreation and Culture — Miss Alice Mc- 
pherson, Burlington. 

Supt. Missionary Dept. — Miss Hazel Thomp- 
son, Roxboro. 

Secretary— Miss Lizzie Hancock, New Bern. 

Treasurer — Lee Craven, Raleigh. 

Supt. Junior Dept. — Mrs. J. L. Midgette, 
Tyner. 

Raleigh District Secretary — Rev. Philip 
Schwartz, Raleigh. 

Durham District Secretary — Rev. G. M. Dan- 
iel. Graham. 

Elizabeth City District Secretary — Rev. T. M. 
Grant, Hertford. 

Washington District Secretary — Rev. J. Her- 
bert Miller, Wilson. 

Weldon District Secretary — Rev. R. M. Price, 
Murfreesboroj 

Wilmington District Secretary — H. S. Mc- 
Girt. Wilmington. 

Fayetteville District Secretary — Miss Ruby 
Patterson, Fayetteville. 

New Bern District Secretary — Howard L. Collie, 
Now Bern. 



Secretaries of State 

1777 — James Glasgow. 

1778 — William White. 

1811— William Hill. 

1859— Rufus H. Page. 

1S63— J. P.. H. Russ. 

1864 — Charles R. Thomas. 

1866— R. W. Best. 

1868 — Henry J. Menninger. 

1872 — William H. Howerton. 

1877 — Joseph A. Engelhard. 

1881— William L. Saunders. 

1885 — William L. Saunders. 

1889 — William L. Saunders. 

1891— Oct. Coke. 

1893— Oct. Coke. 

1895— Chas. M. Cooke. 

1897 — Cyrus Thompson. 

1901-'05-'09-'13-'17-'21 — J. Bryan Grimes. 



State Treasurers 

1776 — Richard Caswell, Samuel Johnston. 
1777 — Nemucan Hunt. 
1787 — John Haywood. 
1827— William S. Roberts. 
1830 — Robert H. Burton. 

William S. Wilson. 

1835 — Samuel S. Patterson. 

1837— Daniel W. Courts. 

1839— Charles L. Hinton. 

1843— John H. Wheeler. 

1845 — Charles L. Hinton. 

1852— Daniel W. Courts. 

1863— Jonathan Worth. 

1865— William Sloan. 

1866— Kemp P. Battle. 

1869— David A. Jenkins 

1873 — David A. Jenkins. 

1877— John M. Worth. 

1881— John M. Worth. 

1885 — Donald W. Bain. 

1889— Donald W. Bain. 

1893— S. McD. Tate. 

ls;i7— William H. Worth. 

1901-'05-'09-"13-'17-'21— B. R. Lacy. 



POLITICAL, ORGANIZATIONS 



Political Organizations 



STATE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE 

COMMITTEE. 

Officers. 

Chairman— J. D. Norwood. Salisbury. 
Secretary— \V. T. Joyner, Baleigh. 



National Committeeman. 
A. W. McLean, of Lumberton. 



State Committee. 

First District— C. E. Thompson, Elizabeth 
City; W. J Boyd, Greenville; Chas. Whed- 
bee, Hertford; W. G. Lamb, Williamston ; E. 
A. Daniels, Washington; D. C. Barnes, Mur- 
freesboro. 

Second District — H. P. Foxhall, Tarboro; W. 
H. Joyner, Garysburg; John G. Dawson, Kins- 
ton; W. A. Pinch. Wilson; B. B. Williams, 
Warrenton, Geo. C. Greene, Weldon. 

Third District— T D. Warren, New Bern; 
M. H. Allen, Goldsboro ; E. J. Hill, Warsaw; 
G. D. Cranfleld, Morehead City; J. K. Dixon, 
Trenton; H. A. Grady, Clinton. 

Fourth District— B. S. McCoin, Henderson: 
W. D. Siler, Pittsboro; .7. P. Bunn, Rocky 
Mount; Jno. M. Brewer. Wake Forest; E. H. 
Malone, Louisburg; S. T. Huneycutt, Smith- 
field. 

Fifth District— S. M. Gattis. Hillsboro; S. C 
Brawley, Durham; P. Wy Glidewell, Beids- 
ville; D. G. Brummitt, Oxford; C. A. Hines. 
Greensboro; N. L. Cranford, Winston. 

Sixth District — N. A. Sinclair, Fayetteville ; 
T. E. Cooper, Wilmington; Geo. H. Bellamy. 
Lanvalle; J. Bayard Clark,' Elizabethtown; J. 
A. Brown, Chadbourn; A. W. McLean, Lum- 
berton. 

Seventh District — R. A. Morrow, Monroe ; 
J. A. Leak. Wadesboro; C. C. Shaw, L?xlng- 
ton ; W. L. Parsons, Bockingham ; Arthur 
Ross, Asheboro : D." A. McDonald, Carthage. 

Eighth District — A. D. Watts, Statesville ; 
J. M. Boyette, Albemarle ; J. P. -Cook, Con- 
cord; J. D. Norwood. Salisbury: T. C. Bowie; 
West Jefferson; A. S. Carson, Sparta. 

Ninth District — W. A. Graham, Jr., Lincoln- 
ton; R. R. Ray, McAdenville; W. C. Feimster, 
Newton; J. H. Giles, Glen Alpine; J. A. Bell. 
Charlotte; Guy Roberts, Marshall. 

Tenth District — John W. Rutherford. Ashe- 
ville; Kelly liennett, Bryson City; J. E. Car- 
raway, Waynesville; S. Gallert, Rutherf ordton ; 
J. W. Winborne, Marion ; Walter E. Moore, 
Webster. 



COUNTY CHAIRMEN. 

Alamance — C. R. Love. Burlington. 
Alexander — James Watts, Tavlorsville. 
Alleghany — Eugene Transou. Sparta. 
Anson — R. S. Pruette. Wadesboro. 
Ashe — W. B. Austin, Jefferson. 
Av rv— K. W. Wall. Newland. 
Beaufort — Lindsay C. Warren, Washington. 
Bladen — J. Bayard Clark. Elizabethtown. 
Bertie — E. S. Askew, Windsor 
Brunswick — Peter Ruark, Supply. 
Buncombe — J. W. Rutherford, Asheville. 
Burke — E. G. Clavwell, Morganton. 
Cabarrus — W. A. Foil. Concord. 
Caldwell — W. C. Moore, Jr., Lenoir. 
Camden — C. E Brown, Belcross. 
Carteret — W M. Webb, Morehead City 
Caswell— R, L. Mitchell, Yanceyrille 
Catawba — Wilson Warlick, Newton, 
Chatham— Walter l> Siler. Pittsboro 
Chowan — Dr. E. .1 Griffin, Edenton 
Clay— E. C. Mease, Hayesville. 
Craven — T. c Daniels, New Bern 
Cumberland H ll Dye, Fayetteville 
Currituck — E. R. Johnson. Currituck. 



Columbus— Jackson Greer. WhitevtUe 
Dare — A. A*. Evans, Manteo. 
Davidson— Percy C. Critcher, Lexington 

Davie' — ,1. S, Sin, nil, I 

Duplin — J. J. Bowden, Kenansville 
liurham— S. C. Brawley, Durham 
Edgecombe— Don Gilliam Tai 
Forsyth— Boy Deal, Winston-Salem 
Franklin— E. If. Malone. Louisburg 
Gates— W. T. Cross. Gatesvllle. 
Gaston — Join, <; Carpenter, Gastonia 
Graham— R. B.: Slaughter, Rolibinsville. 
Granville — J. (' Howard, Oxford 
Greene— J. Paul Frizzell, Snow Hill. 
Guilford— J. C. Cox. Greensboro. 
Halifax— Geo. C Green, Weldon. 
Hani tt — Chas. Ross, Lillington. 
Haywood — J. H. Howell, Wayenesville. 
Henderson— E. W. Ewbanks, Hendersonville. 

Hertford— D. C. Banes. Murfreesb 

Hoke — Paul Dickson Raeford 
Hyde — C. B. Spencer, Swan Quarter. 
Iredell — J. A Hartni -ville. 

Jackson— W. R. Sherrill, Sylva. 
Johnston— S. T. Huneycutt Smithfleld 
Jones— J. S. Hargett, Trenton 
Lee — George S. Lee. Jr., Sanford. 
Lenoir — J. G. Dawson. Kinston. 
Lincoln — A. L. Quickel, Lincolnton. 
McDowell — J. W. Siivrtiiian. Marion. 
Macon — Dr. W. A. Rogers, Franklin 
Madison — N. O. McDevitt, Marshall 
Martin— H. W. Stubhs. Williamston. 

Mecklenburg — H. C. .1 s. Charlotte 

Mitchell — Geo. M. Young, Bakersville. 

Montgomery — Edgar Hayw 1. Troy. 

Moore— -U. L. Spence, Carthage. 
Nash — Leon T. Vaughn. Nashville. 
New Hanover — Thos. Cooper. Wilmington. 
Northampton — W. H. Joyner. Garysburg. 
Onslow — N. A. Burton, Jacksonville. 
Orange— S. M. Gattis. Hillsboro. 
Pamlico — S. W. Ferrebee, Stonewall. 
Pasquotank — P. G. Sawyer, Elizabeth City 
Perquimans— B. C. Berrv, Hertford 
Pitt — C. C. Pierce. Greenville 
Person — J. S. Weeks R 5 
Polk— E. B. Cloud, Columbus 
Pender — J. T. Bland, Jr., Burgaw. 
Randolph — L F. Boss. Ashebi 
Richmond— Fred W Bynum, Rockingham. 
Robeson— Thos. A. McNeill, .It . Lumberton. 
Rockingham — T. B. Wilson, Mad, 
Rowan — J. D. Norwood. Salisbury. 
Rutherfordton — J. C Car, on. Rutherfordton. 
Sampson Fitzhugh Whitfield. Clinton. 
Scotland— W. II Neal, Laurinburg, 
Stanly .1 \l Boyette. Albemare 
Surry— A. D. Folger, Dodson. 
Stokes- J. i' Carson Danbury. 
Swain— J. M Smllej Bryson City. 
Transylvania — W. r Breese, Jr., Brevard 

Tyrrell A A YYn'krr. Columbia 

Union- Oscai Blaii Monroe. 

Vai J. C. Kim-ell. Henderson. 

Wake Ed Hugh Lee, Raleigh 

Warren— Jesse Gardner, Ma 

Washington Paul w Brinklej Plymouth 

Watauga n i: Perry, Vail l 

Wayne- -II. B. Parker G 

Wilkes Floyd C r tei \ Wllkesboro. 

Wilson Prank s Hassell w 
V/adkin 3 T Ree i . \ adkinville. 



Presidents of U. S. Senate 

North Carolina has furnished Hirer Presi- 
dents pro tempore i 1 
They were 

Jesse Franklin Eli i Marel 

Nathaniel Macon Elected Ma; 

Willie P Mai i M i 



POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS 



REPUBLICAN STATE EXECUTIVE 
COMMITTEE. 



Officers. 

Chairman — Chas. A. Reynolds, of Winston- 
ton-Salem. 

Vice-Chairman — C. R. Pugh, of Elizabeth 
Cltj 

Secretary — Vacant. 

Assistant Secretaries — J. D. Parker, of Smith- 
field; R. A. Kohloss, of Salisbury. 

Treasurer — J. J. Jenkins, of Siler City. 

Member Ex-Offlcio — C. A. Reynolds, of Wins- 
ton-Salem. 



National Committeeman. 

John M. Morehead. of Charlotte. 
State Committee. 

First District— A. S. Mitchell, Winton; C. 
R. Pugh, Elizabeth City. 

Second District — Geo. W. Stanton, Wilson 
John T. Pope, LaGrange. 

Third District — W. G. Mebane. Beaufort; W. 
S. O' . Robinson, Goldsboro. 

Fourth District — J. J. Jenkins, Siler City; 
R. W. Ward. Raleigh. 

Fifth District — W. G. Bramham, Durham 
Ben. C. Sharpe, Greensboro. 

Sixth District — J. C. Snoody, Red Springs 
I. B. Tucker, Whlteville. 

Seventh District — Frank W. Hanes, Yadkin- 
ville; J. J. Hayes, N. Wilkesboro. 

Eighth District— L. C. Wagner. Statesville 
T. O. Teague, Taylorsville. 

Ninth District — J. Yates Killian, Newton 
A. A. Wbitener. Hickory. 

Tenth District — C. J. Harris. Dillsboro; Dan. 
W. Hill. Asheville. 



COUNTY CHAIRMEN. 

Alamance — W. W. Brown, Burlington. 
Alexander — J. C. Bell, Taylorsville. 
Alleghany — George Creek, Sparta. 
Anson — George W. Forte, Wadesboro. 
Ashe — Charles B. Spicer, Jefferson. 
Avery — Robert J. Ellis, Spear. 
Beaufort — W. H. Russ, Washington. 
Bertie — J. E. Wood, Kelford. 
Bladen— R. S. White, Elizabethtown. 
Brunswick — C. Ed. Taylor, Southport. 
Buncombe— D. W. Hill. Asheville. 
Burke — T. N. Hallyburton. Morganton. 
Cabarrus — H. S. Williams., Concord. 
Caldwell— E. F. Wakefield. Lenoir. 
Camden — H. B. Burgess. Old Trap. 
Carteret — Clem H. Wade. Morehead City. 
Caswell— S. R. Allred, Union Ridge. 
Catawba — J. T. Setzer. Newton. 
Chatham — S. D. Johnson. Pittsboro. 
Cherokee — A. B. Dickey. Murphy. 
Chowan — M. S. Elliott, Tyner. 
Clay — W. T. Bumgarner, Hayesville. 
Cleveland— J. H. Quinn. Shelby. 
Columbus — Irvin B. Tucker. WTiiteville. 
Craven — W. B. Rouse, New Bern. 
Cumberland — D. J. Breese, Fayetteville. 
Currituck— P. C. Garrett, Moyock. 
Dare — R. C. Jones, Manteo. 
Davidson — F. E. Sigman. Lexington. 
Davis — J. S. Daniel, Mocksville. 
Duplin — C. C. Vann. Rose Hill. 
Durham — W. G. Bramham. Durham. 
Edgecombe — B. B. Howell. Tarboro. 
Forsyth — J. T. Benbow, Winston-Salem. 
Franklin— G. T. Whitaker, Frankllnton. 
Gaston — E. L. Houser, Dallas. 
Gates— E. B. Spivey. Trotvillej 
Graham — Riley Orr, Millsaps. 
Granville — Dr. G. T. Sikes, Creedmoor. 
Greene — D. W. Patrick, Snow Hill. 
Guilford — J. Byron White, Greensboro. 
Halifax — J. L. Johnston. Littleton. 
Harnett — John A. McLeod. Lillington. 
Haywood — D. I. L. Smathers. Canton. 



Henderson — R. H. Staton, Hendersonvill ■■. 
Hertford — I. Finley Snipes, Woodland. 
Hoke — B. C. Kinlaw. Hope Mills. 
Hyde — Warren Williams. Swan Quarter. 
Iredell — John M. Sharpe, Statesville. 
Jackson — J. B. Ensley, Sylva. 
Johnston — Ezra Parker, Benson. 
Jones — S. Jack Harrison, Trenton. 
Lee — J. T. Ledwell. Sanford. 
Lenoir — J. M. Mewborn, Kinston. 
Lincoln — G. B. Goodson, Lincolnton. 
Macon — H. F. Henry, Jr., Franklin. 
Madison — J. M. Baley, Marshall. 
Martin — Jesse T. Price, Williamston. 
McDowell — C. F. James, Marion. 
Mecklenburg — J. D. Albright, Charlotte. 
Mitchell— S. J. Black, Bakersville. 
Montgomery — Claudius Dockery. Troy. 
Moore — J. N. Powell, Southern Pines. 
Nash — J. C. Matthews, Spring Hope. 
New Hanover — J. W. Brooks, Wilmington. 
Northampton — W. H. Buffaloe, Jackson. 
Onslow — S. I. Farnell, Jacksonville. 
Orange — T. E. Sparrow, Hillsboro. 
Pamlico — W. N. Wharton. Florence. 
Pasquotank— C. R. Pugh, Elizabeth City. 
Pender — James G. Blake. Watha. 
Perquimans — J. P. Jessup. Hertford. 
Person — J. T. Woody, Roxboro. 
Pitt — B. M. Whitehurst. Bethel. 
Polk— W. F. Swann. Lynn. 
Randolph— A. B. Coltrane. Trinity. 
Richmond — W. F. Long. Jr., Rockingham. 
Robeson — J. C. Snoody. Red Springs. 
Rockingham — F. L. Anderson, Reidsville. 
Rowan — R. A. Kohloss, Salisbury. 
Rutherford — W. C. McRorie. Rutherfordton. 
Sampson — W. F. Sessoms, Clinton. 
Scotland— W. T. Wright, Gibson. 
Stanly — John S. Sapp, Albemarle. 
Stokes — M. T. Chilton, Walnut Cove. 
Surry - — A. H. Wolfe. Dobson. 
Swain — W. L. Francis, Bryson City. 
Transylvania — L. P. Hamlin, Brevard. 
Tyrrell — W. E. Bateman, Columbia, 
rnion— J. J. Perry. Wingate. 
Vance — John F. Hicks, Henderson. 
Wake— R. W. Ward. Raleigh. 
Warren — R. D. Pasehall. Ridgeway. 
Washington— W. W. Ange. Plymouth. 
Watauga — T. E. Bingham. Boone. 
Wayne — E. A. Simkins. Goldsboro. 
Wilkes — John R. Jones, North Wilkesboro. 
Wilson — Geo. H. Newsome. Lucama. 
Yadkin— C. S. Reavis, Yadkinville. 
Yancey — R. L. Evans, Burnsville. 



North Carolina Day. 

The 12th day of October of each year is 
set apart as "North Carolina Day" in the 
public schools of the State by an act of the 
Legislature of 1901. The day is "devoted to 
the consideration of some topic or topics of 
our State history, to be selected by the State 
Superintendent of Public Instruction." 

Signers of Declaration of 
Independence. 

The signers of the American Declaration of 
Independence from North Carolina were William 
Hooper, lawTer, born in 1742, died in 1790; 
Joseph Hewes, merchant, born in 1730. died in 
1799; John Penn, lawyer, born in 1741, died 
in 1788. 



Speaker of U. S. House. 

North Carolina has furnished only one 
Speaker of the Lnited States House of Repre- 
sentatives. Nathaniel Macon was three times 
chosen Speaker, and presided over tne Seventh, 
Eighth and Ninth Congresses. 



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Democratic State Platform — 1920 

(Adopted April 8. 1920.) 



We, the representatives of the Democratic 
party in North Carolina, in. State Convention 
assembled, reaffirm our devotion to the prin- 
ciples of democratic government, formulated by 
Thomas Jefferson, and since his day constant- 
ly kept alive and applied in the administra- 
tion of the affairs of our nation by the rep- 
resentatives of the Democratic party. 

We endorse the administration of the gov- 
ernmental affairs of the United States by the 
Democratic party under the leadership of 
Woodrovv Wilson, and in doing so we direct at- 
tention to the fact that wherl the party as- 
sumed control on March 4, 1913, it found the 
people of this country hampered by a system 
of Special Privilege, a vicious tariff system, 
created for the benefit of a favored class, an 
archaic banking and currency system, which 
fostered a money trust in the hands of a few 
great bankers, and a monopolistic control of 
many of the great key industries of the country 
upon which the masses of the people depend 
for their necessary existence. 

We endorse the Senators and Representa- 
tives in Congress from our State, who have so 
faithfully and ably performed their official 
duties. 

We view with great pride the able and suc- 
cessful administration of the affairs of the 
Navy Department by our distinguished Secre- 
tary of the Navy, and we denounce unjust 
and unpatriotic efforts of the Republican 
party to discredit the great record of the 
Navy in the war, for purely partisan purposes. 

For six years the Democratic party was in 
complete control of the Government. During 
this period a greater number of constructive 
measures wer.e enacted by Congress than were 
ever enacted in the same length of time by 
any administration in the history of the coun- 
try. The complete program comprises, among 
many others, laws providing for the following: 

(a) A graduated income tax, which placed 
the burden of taxation upon those most able 
to bear it. 

(b) The completion of the measures for the 
election of United States Senators by direct 
vote of the people. 

(c) Providing for publicity of campaign ex- 
penditures, for the purpose of preventing the 
scandalous use of money in primaries and 
elections. The imperative need of such laws 
has recently been demonstrated by a notorious 
example within the ranks of the Republican 
party. 

(d) Federal aid to good roads — thus afford- 
ing to those who live in the rural sections, 
and who are the mainstay of our nation — some 
of the benefits which arise from constant and 
easy contact with the outside world. 

(e) Vocational education, by which every 
boy and girl in both city and country may en- 
joy the opportunity of acquiring technical 
training in his or her chosen vocation. 

(f) The Agriculture Extension Act, by means 
of which the benefits of science and experi- 
mental research are carried to the door of the 
humblest farmer of the land. 

(g) The establishment of a Department of 
Labor in the Cabinet, with a genuine repre- 
sentative of labor at its head. 

(h) A non-patisan tariff commission, for 
the purpose of taking the tariff out of politics. 
and relieving American business of the Injury 
and uncertainty growing out of the constant 
tinkering with our tariff laws. 

(i) The establishment of a Federal Trade 
Commission for the protection of honest busi- 
ness from monopoly and unfair competition. 

(j) The Webb-Pomerene law. and 1 1 1 • ■ 
amendment to the War Finance Corporation 



Act, under the provisions of which our for- 
eign commerce is being extended and fostered 
so that the United States may assume its 
rightful place of leadership in world trade. 

(k) The creation of a great merchant marine. 
which gives us a ship tonnage equal ti> the 
combined tonnage of all the nations of the 
world, except that of Great Britain, which now 
exceeds ours by a small margin. 

(1) Establishment of the Federal Reserve 
Bank system, which supplanted a system 
created and promoted by the Republican party, 
under which a small coterie of selfish men had 
for nearly fifty years controlled the financial 
resources not only of the people of this coun- 
try, but of the government itself. This group, 
commonly known to the people as the "' 
Trust," under the monopolistic control en- 
joyed by them, could, and frequently did, 
create currency panics, to suit their conven- 
ience, and thereby visited upon the helpless 
masses untold misery and financial loss, for 
which they were in nowise responsible. 

The Republican party, always the champion 
of special privilege for the favored classes, 
could not and did not correct these abuses, 
because that party was largely controlled by 
the recipients of their special privileges. 

It is generally conceded by statesmen and 
financiers, both here and abroad, that hut for 
the magnificent functioning of the Federal Re- 
serve Banking system the war could nut have 
been financed and victory could not have been 
won. 

(m) The Federal Farm Uoan Banking Sys- 
tem, whereby the farmers of the country wore 
relieved from the extortions which previously 
existed, and enabled to borrow money freely 
on long time and at as low rates of interest as 
are available to any other class. 

When this country was forced into the war 
against Germany in April, 1917, we were with- 
out an army of any consequence. There were 
only 82.000 regular soldiers. We had few 
ships. The Democratic Administration raised 
an army, and raised it quickly. It required a 
fleet of ships to carry food, supplies, and the 
army itself, across the seas to save the liberties 
of mankind. 

This country under a Democratic Adminis- 
tration created, trained, transported and put 
into action 2.000,000 men to fight 8.000 nnl.s 
away from home. It had 2,000,000 more in 
training in the military camps of the country 
ready to go when needed: It won the war. 
The army was brought home safely and in 
good condition. 

When th » armistice was signed, the United 
States, under President Wilson, occupied the 
chief position of moral leadership of the world 

Every newly liberated people looked to the 
United States as the light of the world. 

Everv nation, wearied by the long years of 
war, hoping for a revelation of triumphant 
democracy, looked to the I'lilted S I 
an enduring peace. Every honest man In 
country in the world looked to the Dnited 

states as the one nati if modern times 

whose motives were above suspicion, whose 

achievements in the war were great a:i,l mi 
tainted by greed or the desire for conquest, 
and saw here the one and only chance lor 

ii),. distntei e ited cha: ol peace mid 

tali dealing among nations and the gi 
ment of the world bj luaj International laws, 
Instead of by brute force 

The Republican leaders, as soon as th* 
armistice was signed, entered Into I conspiracy 
to discredit the Pre Idenl In his peace nego- 
tiations, Personal spite and envj were everv 
where discernible. Political animosity followed 



DEMOCRATIC STATF PLATFORM— 1920 



the President to the peace tabl>. Slander, un- 
just criticism and threats of Senate opposition 
were constantly circulated, and finally the so- 
railed Republican "round robin" was signed 
and communicated to the delegates assembled 
at the Peace Conference Every unfair device 
which bitter partisanship could suggest was 
resorted to for the sole purpose of weakening 
the influence of the American peace delegates 
and if possible to make their task of negotiat- 
ing a permanent and acceptable peace impos- 
sible. 

At the very time when every consideration 
of fairness, every patriotic impulse, called for 
a whole-hearted and non-partisan support of 
the American delegation, personal spite and 
envy and political bias characterized the Re- 
publican leadership in the S?nate, in their 
attitude toward the President and his work at 
the Peace Table. 

When the President came back with the 
treaty, embodying the best thought of the 
world, including the covenant of the League of 
Nations, for the purpose of making future 
wars impossible, every natural impulse of the 
human heart everywhere was in accord with 
that purpose. But the Republican leaders were 
determined to discredit and embarrass the 
President, at whatever cost to America and 
the world. At the outset they "packed and 
hand-picked." the Senate committee on For- 
eign Relations for the express purpose of de- 
feating the treaty. 

Their whole course for the eight months 
they have been considering the treaty has 
been definitely conceived and relentlessly pur- 
sued for the sole purpose of destroying that 
great instrument. These Republican leaders. 
for the time being have succeeded in their 
unholy purpose. They have repudiated the 
treaty; they have wrecked the League of Na- 
tions; they have prevented world peace; they 
have repudiated a world leadership which all 
the civilized nations, including not only our 
allies, hut also those who were not engaged 
in the war, accorded to America. 

A small number of narrow and prejudiced 
partisan men, constituting the Republican 
leadership in the Senate, have nullified what 
it took 2,000,000 American soldiers on the 
fields of France to accomplish. 

America demanded that the promises made 
to our soldiers in 1917 and 1918 be kept — 
that there should be an end of war ; that the 
fruits of victory should b" garnered and kept 
forever. America demanded an enduring peace. 
The Republican leadership in the Senate has 
repudiated these promises. It has caused the 
United States to repudiate its associates in the 
war. It is now endeavoring to place this 
great nation, that sacrificed so much for vic- 
tory, in the shameful position of a moral cow- 
ard, seeking to shirk its duty to itself and the 
oppressed peoples of the world; it is at this 
very moment endeavoring to humiliate the 
country by having it go on its knees to Ger- 
many begging for a separate peace, upon such 
terms as the defeated War Lords of Germany 
may see fit to impose. 

We believe that the enlightened sentiment 
of the men and women of this country is in 
favor of the ratification of the treaty with the 
covenant of the League of Nations as a verile 
part of it. 

We believe that the Democratic party is the 
only instrumentality available through which 
the American people can repudiate the dis- 
graceful action of the Republican leaders; and 
at the same time forever put an end to such 
a military autocracy as was bred in Prussia 
and hurled upon the democracies of the world 
at the outbreak of the World War. 

We therefore approve of the action of our 
President and our North Carolina Senators 
demanding the ratification of the treaty with 
Germany, including the covenant of the League 



of Nations, without destructive or nullifying 
reservations, or amendments. 

We denounce the Republican majority in 
Congress for its efforts at the present time to 
criticize the part which the American army 
and navy played in winning the war. The 
balance of the world, including not only our 
allies, but th~ enemies, have accorded to 
America the honor of finally turning the 
scales against the enemy and making victory 
possible. The only denial of our conspicuous 
part in this great achievement has come from 
the Republican party in Congress. 

We heartily endorse the measure adopted by 
a Democratic Congress which has given us a 
great Merchant Marine, a great shipbuilding 
industry, and we favor all such additional 
measures of constructive, or remedial legisla- 
tion as may be necessary to maintain and 
operate, under the American flag, the large 
tonnage we now have, and also to constantly 
increase that tonnage, until the American flag 
is supreme on the high seas. 

We strongly commend the action of the 
Director General of the Railroad Administra- 
tion in granting to our South Atlantic ports, 
including those in North Carolina, the same 
favorable rates upon freight for export as have 
always been enjoyed by the great seaports of 
the North Atlantic States, and thus removing 
unjust discriminations which have for so long 
hampered and prevented us from exporting 
our own products and those of the Western 
States through our home ports. 

We also endorse the action of the United 
States Shipping Board under President Wilson's 
administration for allocating to our Southern 
ports, including those of North Carolina, an 
ample number of ships for export traffic, there- 
by making it possible to establish regular ship- 
ping lines to and from these ports. 

We glory in the courage and fortitude of 
our soldiers who fought and helped to win the 
Great War, and we favor a generous policy to- 
ward them by our National Government. 

This convention recommends to the Demo- 
cratic members of the General Assembly of 
North Carolina that at the approaching ses- 
sion thereof they vote in favor of the ratifica- 
tion of the proposed nineteenth amendment to 
the Federal Constitution. 

In State affairs the Democratic party owes 
to the people responsibility for 21 years of 
continuous control of our government, and 
presents its record of stewardship as the surest 
guarantee of its capacity and ambition to 
measure up to the highest standards of public 
service in solving the problems of the future 
and the greater State. 

The record of State administrations headed 
successfully by Aycock. Glenn, Kitchin, Craig 
and Bickett — equalling the best traditions of 
the past in noble purpose, and successfully 
meeting the problems of a rapidly growing 
and developing State — furnish abundant in- 
spiration for those who come after them. 

We endorse the administration of Governor 
Thomas W. Bickett. and of all departments of 
the State Government. 

Rigid economy in expenditure of public 
funds has been a fundamental tenet in De- 
mocratic faith and practice. The Democratic 
party came back into legislative control in 
this State in 1898 upon a platform of pledging 
adherence to a policy of rigid economy. How 
well it has kept the faith during these years 
of continuous control is shown by the fact 
that, while keeping up with the march of 
progress. Government still costs the people of 
this State less per capita than in any other 
State in the Union, save one, and exactly even 
with that one, as shown by carefully collected 
reports of the United States Census Depart- 
ment. 

Times have changed, and North Carolina is 
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on every hand. Increased wealth brings in- 
creased opportunities and responsibilities to 
the State, but makes none the less imperative 
the fundamental principle, to which we declare 
renewed allegiance, that, every dollar of public 
funds is a trust fund, to be administered with 
the utmost fidelity to the public interest. 

Further safeguarding economical expenditure 
of the public funds the last General Assembly 
established the budget system, for future ap- 
propriations by the General Assembly, requir- 
ing that all demands for appropriations from 
the State Treasury, except for emergencies, be 
submitted to the scrutiny and investigation 
of a Budget Commission, in advance of the 
convening of the General Assembly. 

We approve the record of efficiency and 
economy which enabled the last General As- 
sembly to reduce the tax on property for the 
use of the State. State expenditures have 
necessarily increased, as the State has every 
year enlarged the sphere of its service to. the 
people, and with the declining value of money 
the cost of maintaining State institutions has 
necessarily increased but increased revenue 
has been secured by more efficient administra- 
tion of other forms of tax, and the tax on 
property for the use of the State was reduced 
last year from 23 2-3 cents to 11 2-3 cents, 
and including both State and pension tax 
was reduced from 27 2-3 cents to 15 2-3 cents. 
Under the higher valuations this year this 
rate will be reduced to about i cents on each 
$100 of property. 

We endorse the action of the General As- 
sembly in submitting to the voters the income 
tax amendment, in order to correct the in- 
equalities of the present income tax law. 

No less fundamental as a public virtue than 
economy in expenditure of public funds is the 
necessity for equality of the tax burden upon 
every citizen. Careless administration of in- 
adequate laws that result in gross inequality 
is no less vicious, in effect, and barely less in- 
tolerable, than practiced favoritism. 

We solemnly declare that the one purpose 
of the Revaluation Act, enacted at a time 
when the State is decreasing its revenue from 
the property tax, and by unanimous vote of the 
Democratic and Republican members of the 
General Assembly, is to equalize the tax bur- 
den between all the people of the State as 
nearly as careful administration of just laws 
can accomplish this great purpose, and we 
solemnly pledge that under Democratic control 
it will be used for this single purpose. We 
call upon all the people of the State to co- 
operate in this great purpose, to remove as far 
as possible all discriminations and inequalities 
in the listing and valuing of every class of 
property for taxation, to the end that every 
citizen may be required to contribute no more 
than his just share of the public burden, and 
we pledge the party to the enactment of ap- 
propriate amendatory legislation to correct any 
injustice to any citizen or class of citizens that 
may develop in the adminstration of our tax 
laws. 

The Revaluation Act has justified its enact- 
ment by placing much property on the tax lists 
that lias heretofore escaped taxation, and 
correcting inequalities in revaluation, thereby 
relieving the honest taxpayer from unjust bur- 
den. It has for the first time shown the peo- 
ple of this and other states the wealth and re- 
sources of North Carolina, and has enabled th 
State to take her proper place among her 
states, all of which will he of Incalculable 
benefit to the State if the rate of taxation for 
State, County and municipality Is properly 
safeguarded. The pledge of the General A 
sembly to reduce every tax rate levied In th( 
State for any purpose in proportion I" the I 
vised valuations of property will be and must 
be kept inviolate and we pledge the Gel 
Assembly to submit an amendment in th I 



stitution, at its special session, when it will 
have full reports on revaluation sufficient to 
enable it to name a just and equitable 
limiting the rate of tax that may tie lev. 
state, county and municipality that may not 
be exceeded except by vote of the people, 
based on the principle of reducing the rate as 
the increase in valuation may justify. 

The special objects of Democratic manage- 
ment of State affairs have been and will con- 
tinue to be : 

• The care of the unfortunate and dependent 
classes. 

A progressive policy of public education. 

Protection of public health, and 

The development of a modern system of pub- 
lic highways. 

During this period of Democratic control 
every hospital in the State for the care of 
the insane has been greatly enlarged, the 
classes of patients received extended, and facil- 
ities for proper care and treatment improved 
and modernized. 

Entirely new institutions have been estab- 
lished and maintained by the State for the 
treatment and instruction of those afflicted 
with tuberculosis, the feeblelminded and 
delinquent boys and wayward girls. A hospital 
for surgical treatment of deformed children i- 
under contract. In the care of dependent and 
defective classes of her population, and of 
neglected or erring children. North Carolina Is 
now one of the most advanced States in the 
Union. 

The education of the youth is the State's 
greatest enterprise, and it is imperative that 
our educational system shall not only be main- 
tained, but every means available should la- 
used to strengthen every part of the public 
school system in order that it may serve the 
people most effectively. 

The last General Assembly gave a fine ex- 
hibit of the policy of the Democratic party to 
carry education to every class of people in every 
section of the State. It provided for a compul- 
sory school term of at last six months, where 
heretofore it had been only four months: it 
increased the salaries of rural teachers in many 
counties 100 per cent, and in practically all at 
least 50 per cent; it provided ways and means 
for raising money with which to erect school 
buildings; it greatly improved the methods of 
teaching agriculture, home- making, and trade, 
and industries, and many sections of the 
State are now for the first time giving voca- 
tional education to many people thai can 
profit most by it; and finally recognlzli 
need of better trained teachers it provided file 
means for training schools for all teach rs. 
thus making it possible to Improve at once the 

instruction in the sol 1 and supply a 

grade of teachers for the State 

We recognize that a happy anil prosperous 
citizenship must be an educated citizenship 
The schools, therefore, must lie so equipped 
that the youth may lie properly taught and 
patrons must be encouraged to take advantage 

of the , I I We favor, tie t ich an 

increase in the salaries of teachers and such 

a system of teacher training as will ma 
possible to preserve tor ft unions tin- 

best of our traditions and give the children ol 
all lucceeding generations the besl instruction 
thai a genuinely Carl tian can 

afford 

We I ,i\ all " rnnil 

communities into large i perative units 

where better school build 

ti acher ■ lull able to the needa ol all 

may be given 

Moreover, we favor all 
h hat i ■ eliminate mil m our 

State and pledge oui bi I efforts t" support 
every w i le educal lonal mea lire to banish 
ranee, to pj l In- 

dustria 1 progress, and to illy th- 



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teaching of true Americanism in our Com- 
monwealth. 

As population becomes more dense, and as 
medical science has progressed in knowledge 
of the causes of disease, a more progressive 
policy in measures for protection of public 
health has become imperative. We approve the 
administration of all the departments of the 
State Board of Health, and we particularly 
endorse the work of the Division of Medical 
Inspection of Schools, especially the conduct i 
the free surgical and dental clinics for treat- 
ing defective school children; and we approve 
the appropriation by the State of funds direct 
to the State Board of Health sufficient for the 
expansion of this. 

We recognize that the establishment and 
maintenance of a system of State highways, 
connecting county seats and other principal 
towns of every county in the State, is a prime 
necessity of the growing demand of our urban 
and rural transportation. 

This system of highways should not only 
adequately provide for the main lines of travel 
through cities and centers of population, but 
should also provide easy routes of communica- 
tion to those remote parts of the State that 
have been too long denied suitable means of 
transportation to our own centers of trade and 
social life, and who have been forced to seek 
those advantages beyond our State lines. 

We recognize that the system of State High- 
ways, both as to construction and maintenance, 
should be a State burden, with Federal assist- 
ance, and that the road funds of the several 
counties should be released for the building 
and maintaining of the necessary local roads 
to connect this State system with several com- 
munities in the counties. 

We pledge the Democratic party to carry 
out this program as rapidly as possible with- 
out undue burden on the tax-payers of the 
State. 

We endorse the efforts that have been made 
to further equalize interstate freight rates, 
and pledge our continued support of this 
cause until discriminations have been re- 
moved and until equal and just rates are 
established on a basis that will be just to 



shippers and that permit common carriers to 
perform their full duties in furnishing adequate 
and efficient transportation. 

We rejoice in the prosperity that has come 
to all classes of our people: 

To the farmers, who have given to North 
Carolina fourth place among all the States of 
the Union in the total annual value of their 
agricultural products. 

To our manufacturing and commercial in- 
terests, that have given to North Carolina 
eighth place among the States in annual pro- 
duction of income. 

To the wage earner, in the higher level of 
wages and more just and universal recognition 
of rights. 

Under National Democratic administration a 
distinction has been drawn between labor and 
commodities, and the right of labor and 
producers of argicultural products to organize 
and bargain collectively, has been clearly re- 
cognized. 

The Democratic party can never be a class 
party. Its obligations must ever be to the 
whole people, fostering the harmonious de- 
velopment of every legitimate interest, but the 
just aspirations of these great classes are as- 
sured of our co-operation and assistance. 

It stands for, and will seek to promote, a 
policy of justice, harmony and progress for 
labor and capital. It seeks not only the de- 
velopment our material resources, but the en- 
richment of life and opportunity for all classes, 
and the realization of the lamented Aycock's 
ideal — "The equal right of every child born 
on earth to burgeon out all there is within 
him." 

With the record of achievement and faithful 
service, and with a constructive program upon 
every vital subject of State activity, we invite 
the confidence and the co-operation and sup- 
port of all the people of the State, and appeal 
especially to the thoughtful consideration of 
the new voter, who comes to the polls for the 
first time in November, 1920. to join us in 
this enlightened program .of progress and State 
building. 



Republican State Platform— 1920 



(Adopted March 3, 1920. 



We, the Republicans of North Carolina in 
convention assembled at Greensboro, North 
Carolina, this March 3rd. 1920. through our 
representatives, declare as follows: 

We re-affirm our allegiance and d n votion to 
the time-honored principles of the Republican 
party and pledge ourselves to do all in our 
power to make these effective in the State of 
North Carolina and in the country generally. 
We are proud of the history of the Republican 
party and of its matchless leaders. 

We commend that brave and patriotic band 
of Republicans in the United States Senate 
who have prevented the confirmation of the 
League of Nations unamended as attempted 
to he forced upon the American people by 
President Wilson. We re-affirm our allegiance 
to the principles contained in the warnings of 
George Washington against the American peo- 
ple entering into entangling alliances with 
foreign nations. 

We denouce the Democratic National ad- 
ministration; it has demoralized the indus- 
tries of the country: its lack of foresight. 
want of preparedness and partisan conduct of 
the affairs of the nation during the World 
War have been inexcusable; it has been in- 
competent, wasteful and extravagant; it has 
failed to keep its promise to reduce the high 
cost of living. 



Taxation: We condemn in unmeasured 
terms the unfair methods by which the Demo- 
cratic party in North Carolina is attempting 
to administer the taxation law. We condemn 
the policy of revaluation of real and personal 
property in most instances, upon inflated, fic- 
titious or transitory values. The valuation of 
personal property as of the first day of Jan- 
uary is unfair to many classes, particularly the 
farmer, and we favor the assessment of per- 
sonal property as well as real property as of 
the first day of May. Such a system as is 
now being pursued is wholly opposed to a fair, 
honest and equitable system of taxation which 
we favor. 

Political divisions: We demand such a re- 
adjustment of the Congressional Districts in 
North Carolina as will make them contiguous, 
compact and in harmony with the principles 
of a republican form of Government, and in 
conformity with the Federal statutes govern- 
ing th3 formation of such districts, we also de- 
mand such readjustments of Judicial and Sen- 
atorial Districts as will be in harmony with 
the same principles. 

Inasmuch as the Democratic practice of in- 
discriminate appointment of justices of the 
peace by act of the Legislature has resulted in 
bringing that ancient and honorable office into 
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of the peace by the voters of their respective 
townships. 

Women Suffrage: We are unqualifiedly in 
favor of the ratification by the General As- 
sembly of North Carolina of the proposed 
Nineteenth Amendment to the Federal Con- 
stitution granting the right of suffrage to 
women. 

Labor and Capital: We stand for the just 
rights of both labor and capital. We believe 
that capital should be permitted and en- 
couraged, under the protection of just laws. 
to develop and expand our industries, and to 
receive reasonable returns therefrom; we like- 
wise believe that labor should be employed un- 
der conditions honorable to manhood and fav- 
orable to life and health, and at a rate of 
wages, which taking into account economic 
conditions, will ipsure a comfortable living 
for the working man, together with the educa- 
tion of his children ; and that he should have 
the same opportunities for advancement and 
the enjoyment of life as are accorded to 
others: but we oppose any action, by either 
labor or capital, acting either in collusion or 
in antagonism to each other, which militates 
against the rights of all other American citi- 
zens. We hold that the interests of both labor 
and capital are subordinate to the public 
welfare and indeed that the public welfare 
shall always be supreme. 

Agriculture: We pledge ourselves to do all 
in our power to advance the well-being of the 
farmer ; to secure for him a larger share of tli 
profits of the products of the farm; to kwer 
his burdens of taxation; to aid in construc- 
tion and maintenance of roads for the quicker 
and cheaper transportation of his products ; 
and for the betterment of the conditions i 
country life in general. 



Elections: We favor the right ol 
son, who is a legal voter, to casl a 
have it duly counted; we stand for i 
elections based on the Australian 
tn this end demand the repea 
voting provisions of the A.1 Law. 

We believe that each Judicial District is en- 
titled to not only nominate, but elect i ! 
Judge of the Superior Court, and we favor 
legislation to discontinue the present 
of election of Judges by the voters of the en- 
tire State. 

Boads: We most heartily favor the 
couragement and development of a state-wide 
sv3tern of public roads and to thai 
a policy of State and Federal co-operation. 

Education: We pledge our most hearty sup- 
port to our nublic schools; we favor enlarging 
their scope and increasing their efficiency : we 
stand for better school-houses ; better equip- 
ment, extended courses of study and the fur- 
nishing of school books by the State to a' 1 
pub]ia school pupils; we favor a substantial 
increase in the salaries of teachers and a 
larger equipment for their work : and v. 
unqualifiedly in favor of the election of all 
school boards by popular vote. 

Freight rate discrimination: We denounce 
the betrayal of our State by the Democratic 
Corporation Commission in permitting 
tinuous railroad rate discrimination against 
the State of such a gross character, and oi 
such volume as to drive hundreds of bu 
enterprises to other States and at the 
time to levy upon our people an unjust 
enourmous burden of taxes in the form ol 
excessive freight rates; and we pledge 
members of the Legislature and our Stat 
fleers to support any and all legislation • 
sary to bring about such reliel 



Counties. 

Alamance 
Alexand r . 
Alleghany . 
Anson 

Ashe 

Avery 

Beaufort . . 

Bertie 

Bladen 
Brunswick . 
Buncombe . 

Burke 

Cabarrus 
Caldwell . . 
Camden . . . 
Carteret . . . 
Caswell 
Catawba . . 
Chatham . . 
Cherokee . . , 
Chowan 

Clay 

Cleveland 
Columbus 
Craven 
Cumberland 
Currituck . . 

Dare 

Davidson . . 

Davie 

Duplin 
Durham . . . 
Edgecombe 
Forsyth 
Franklin . . 
Oaston 

Gates 

Graham . . . 



O r« 4~k«* I-** *»za«?T;rl*a «*»■§- 


1920. 

Cox 
Electors 




c ru 

Cox 

Electors 

5,255 


Harding 
Electors. 

4,619 
2.613 
1,201 

433 
3,808 
2,503 
2,266 

212 
1,064 
1,362 
8,017 
3,592 
5.148 
3,298 

142 
2,315 

505 

209 

llll 
2,953 
1,783 

731 

l 972 

86 

632 
5 960 
2.591 
2.697 
3.550 
24 
6,792 

589 


Counties 


833 


2,045 




1,649 


439 


1.409 


Guilford 


9.615 




3.175 




3,429 


524 


3.431 


Harnett 


3,919 




397 




4,229 




3.522 




2,496 




1 840 




1.1 HI 


22] 


1 939 




1,266 




1,253 


Hyde 


1.134 




10,167 


Iredell 


6, 


4,402 


3,262 







2.855 


4,418 




6.030 




2,931 




964 




540 




2 


1.143 


2,070 




2.560 


1,153 


1,239 




:: 




5.1111 
3 186 




2.177 

1,340 


2.050 

:i 616 


l 78 




2 56] 




1.1)01 


McDowell .... 


2,809 


2.581 


755 


Mecklenburg 
Mitchell 


11,318 


8.421 


5,181 





2.158 


3.111 
3.413 
3.233 


Montci ii i'v 

Moore 

Nash 


:- 



4,031 


2.301 
2 279 
1 556 


825 


\i Hanover 
Noi thampton 


1.102 

2 :iii". 


712 


i 797 


1,557 




1 624 




I 








i 




1,646 
3,343 
8,123 

9 749 


Pasquotank 




L.fl 






1,646 




7 148 


5,803 
327 


• 


1,1 




Tin; 




1,861 




644 


Randolph 


5,110 





L26 



VOTE FOR GOVERNOR— 1920 



Counties Cox Harding 

Electors Electors 

Richmond 3.341 1,124 

Robeson 6.183 2,220 

Rockingham 4.507 3,605 

Rowan 6.421 4.888 

Rutherford 5,101 4,015 

Sampson 2,426 5.353 

Scotland 1,705 306 

Stanly 3,843 4.312 

Stokes 1,999 2,926 

Surry 3.547 5.170 

Swain 1,434 2,239 

Transylvania L.542 1,680 

Tyrrell 718 532 

Union 4.168 1,404 



Counties Cox 

Elector,-' 

Vance 2.461 

Wake 8,020 

Warren 1.865 

Washington 1,116 

Watauga 1.721 

Wayne 4,794 

Wilkes 2.843 

Wilson 3,496 

Yadkin 1,350 

Yancey 2,280 

Totals 305,447 



Harding 
Elector I 

816 
3,653 
395 
971 
2.631 
2,822 
6.451 
1,374 
3,301 
5,596 

232,848 



Eugene V Debbs (Socialist) Electors, 446. 



Vote For Governor — 1920. 



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 . .' 
Dare 

- Davidson . . 

- Davie 

Duplin .... 

Durham 

Edgecombe 

Forsyth 

Franklin . . 

Gaston 

Gates 

- Graham . . . 

Granville . . 

Greene 

Guilford . . . 

Halifax 

Harnett 

Haywood . . 
■ Eenderson .. 

Hertford 

Hoke 

Hyde 

Iredell 

Jackson .... 

Johnston . . 

Jones 

Lee 

Lenoir .... 

Lincoln 

Macon .... 
~ Madison . . . 

•Martin .... 

McDowell . . 

Mecklenburg 
.Mitchell .., 



Cameron 
Morrison 

5,274 
L> mil) 
1.417 
3,340 
- 3,628 

403 
3.559 
1.886 
1,991 
1,311 
10,412 
3.314 
4.394 
2,953 

565 
2,094 
1,250 
5,424 
3,219 
1,762 
1,129 

763 
5,116 
3,313 
3.464 
3.316 

974 

846 
4.907 
1.634 
3,432 
4.706 
3.395 
8,250 
2.786 
7,220 

812 

655 
2,662 
1,664 
9,594 
3,540 
3.902 
4 227 
2,'525 
1,165 
1,266 
1M70 
6,351 
2,398 
6,076 

999 
2,319 
2.882 
3.326 
2,101 
1.330 
2,577 
2,821 
11,221 

736 



John J. 

Parker 

4.624 

-2.643 

,1,187 

422 

--3,800 

-2.497 

2,212 

147 

1,010 

-1,381 

8,005 

-3.566 

-5.226 

-3 222 

'lie 

-2,292 

496 

-5,912 

2,895 

.2,474 

162 
-913 
2,978 
1,655 

604 

1,849 

69 

624 

♦ 5,844 

« 2,583 

2.704 

3,494 

292 
6,759 

552 
5.749 

294 
•.916 

793 

427 
7,788 

413 

3,318 

2,962 

.3,604 

210 

156 

475 
4,419 
2,354 
5,336 

328 
1,155 
1,024 
3,127 
2,037 
«3.609 

496 

2,563 

3,360 

•2,235 



Counties. 

Montgomery . 

Moore 

Nash 

New Hanover 

Northampton 

Onslow 

Orange 

Pamlico 

Pasquotank . 

Pender 

Perquimans . . 

Person 

Pitt 

Polk 

.Randolph . . . 

Richmond . . . 

Robeson 

I Rockingham . 

I Rowan 

! Rutherford . . 
(•■Sampson 

Scotland 

-Stanly 

-Stokes 

-Surry 

-Swain 

•Transylvania 

Tyrrell 

Union 

Vance 

Wake 

Warren 

Washington 
-Watauga 

Wayne 

Wilkes 

Wilson 

-Yadkin 

Yancey 



Cameron 


John J. 


Morrison 


Parker 


2,305 


2,309 


2,708 


2,242 


4,072 


1.518 


4,342 


472 


2,329 


126 


1.578 


822 


2.081 


1,786 


1,291 


1.011 


1,816 


417 


1,611 


672 


1,057 


480 


1,629 


1,582 


4,156 


834 


1,387 


1,349 


5,066 


*6.243 


3,219 


1,134 


6.185 


2,111 


4,469 


3,592 


6,427 


4,853 


5,092 


4,002 


2,428 


-5,333 


1,671 


296 


3,901 


-4,273 


2,001 


-2.899 


3,569 


.5,173 


1,418 


.2,252 


1,549 


♦1,659 


717 


535 


4,025 


1,499 


2,459 


804 


8.145 


3,349 


1,891 


244 


1.115 


971 


1,753 


•2.600 


4,847 


2,776 


2,884 


•6,453 


3,530 


1,266 


1,355 


•3,295 


2,306 


• 2,574 



Totals 308,151 



230,175 



W. B. Taylor (Socialist), 336. 



Congressional Vote 

First District — Ward. 21.414; Martin, 7,495. 
Second District— Kitchin, 20,890; Dixon, 3.367. 
Third District — Brinson, 21.547: Herring, 16,- 

347. 
Fourth District— Pou. 26,470; Parker, 14,084. 
Fifth District— Stedman, 45,301 ; Merritt, 38,484. 
Sixth District— Lyon, 24,174; White. 11,040. 
Seventh District— Hammer, 37.071; Cox, 32,784. 
Eighth District — Doughton. 32,934; Campbell, 

31,456. 
Ninth District— Bulwinkle. 40.195; Newell. 35,- 

686. 
Tenth District — Weaver. 36,923; Jenkins, 34.- 

625. 



VOTE FOR STATE OFFICERS— 1920 



Vote For State Officers— 1920. 



United States Senator. 

Lee S. Overman 310, 

A. E. Holton 229, 

Governor. 

Cameron Morrison 308, 

John J. Parker 230, 

VV. B. Taylor (Socialist) 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

W. B. Cooper 308, 

Irvin B. Tucker 229, 

Secretary of State. 

J. Bryan Grimes 310, 

Brownlow Jackson 229, 

State Auditor. 

Baxter Durham 310 

J. Ed. Mendenhall 229 

State Treasurer. 

Benjamin R. Lacy 310 

Joseph J. Jenkins 229 

Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

E. C. Brooks 310 

Mary Settle Sharpe 228 

Attorney-General. 

James S. Manning 310 

Herbert F. Seawell 229 

Commissioner of Labor and Printing. 

M. L. Shipman 310 

Chas. H. Somers 229 



504 

343 



151 
175 
336 

405 

220 

612 
097 

644 
096 



701 
015 



489 

513 



228 

031 



511 
057 



Commissioner of Agriculture. 

W. A. Graham 310, 

A. L. French 229. 

Commissioner of Insurance. 

Stacey W. Wade 310, 

G. W. Stanton 229, 

Member of Corporation Commission. 

A. J. Maxwell 310, 

James H. Ramsay 229, 

Associate Justices Supreme Court. 

W. A. Hoke 310, 

VV. P. Stacy 310, 

T. T. Hicks 22s 

J. E. Alexander 22.S 

Judges Superior Court. 

Fifth District: 

J. Loyd Horton 310 

Eighth District: 

E. II. Cranmer 310 

H. Edmund Rogers 229 

Eighteenth District: 

J. Bis Ray 312 

O. V. F. Blythe 231 



113 
063 

158 

1U7 

549 
532 
568 
885 



658 

395 
227 

323 
374 



VOTES CAST FOR PRESIDENTIAL 
ELECTORS. 

James M. Cox (D.) Electors 305.447 

Warren G. Harding (R. ) Electors... 232.848 
Eugene V. Debbs (S.) Electors 446 



Governors of North Carolina 



Under Lord Proprietors 

1585-1587— Ralph Lane. 
1587— John White. 
1663-1667— William Drummond. 
1667-1673— Samuel Stephens. 

1673-1677— Sir George Eastchurch. Miller, 

John Culpepper. 

1680-1681— John Jenkins. 
1681-1683— Henry Wilkinson. 
1683-1689— Seth Sothel. 
1689-1693— Philip Ludwell. 
1693-1695 — Major Alexander Lillington. 
1695-1699— Thomas Harvey. 
1699-1794— Henderson Walker. 
1704-1705— Col. Robert Daniel. 
1705-1707— Thomas Carey. 
1707-1710— William Glover. 
1710-1712— Edward Hyde. 
1712-1713— Col. Thomas Pollock. 
1713-1722— Charles Eden. 
1722— Col. Thomas Pollock. 
1722-1721— William Reed. 
1721-1725 — George Burrington. 
1725 — Edward Moseley. 
1725— Sir Richard Everard. 

Governors Under the Crown. 

1730 — George Burrington. 
1734 — Gabriel Johnston. 
1753— Arthur Dobbs. 
1753 — Matthew Rowan. 
1765— William Tryon. 
1771 — Josiah Martin. 
Governors Under the Constitution Elected By 
the General Assembly. 
1776 — Richard Caswell, of Lenoir. 
1779 — Abner Nash, of Craven. 
1781 — Thomas Burke, of Oratik'' 1 
1782 — Alexander Martin, of Guilford 
1784 — Ricttard 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. 

]8<!R_.Tohn Owen, of Bladen 

1830— Montford Stokes, of Wilkes 

1832— David L. Swain, of Buncombe. 

1835— Richard Dobbs Spaight. Jr.. of Craven. 

Governors Elected By the People. 
1837— Edward B. Dudley, of New Hanover. 
1S41 — John M. Morehead. of Guilford. 
-845 — William A. Graham, of Orange. 
18 19— Charles Manlv of Wake. 
1851 — David S Reid, ol Rocking] 
1855 — Thomas Bragg, of Northampton. 
ls.-.s— John W. Ellis, of Rowan. 
1863 — Zebulon I! \ of P.unconibe. 

1865 — Jonathan Worth, of Randolph. 
1872— Tod R. Caldwell, ol Burke. 
1877 — Zebulon B V"ani Buncombe, 

i--'. Alfred M. Scales, of Guilford. 
1889— Daniel Fowle, ol Beaufort. 
1*93— Elias Carr. ol Edff combe 
1897 — Daniel Russell, of New fin- 
1903 — Charles B. Ay cock, of Wayne 
1905— Robert B Glenn, of For Hi 
1909— William W. Kitcta raon. 

1913— Locke Craig, of B 
1917 Thomas W, R Franklin. 

1921— Cameron m Mecklenburg. 

Provisional Governor. 
L866— William W. Holden, of Wal 
Lieutenant Governors Who Bocamo Governors. 
1854 — Warren Winslow, of Cumberland. 
1861 Henry T. Clark, ol I ' mbe 
1870 Tod B Caldwi 11, ol B 
1874- Curtis ll Bn d ten, ol Wayne 
1880- Thomas -i Jai 
L890 Thomas 11 Holt, of Alamance, 



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POPULATION— 1910-1920 






Populati 


nn IQIfl 1Q9H 






LV1I 




Counties 1910 


1920 


< 3 


Counties 1910 


1920 


3§ 

3.ss 


Alamance 28,712 


32,718 


494 


Lee 11,376 


13,400 




Alexander 11,592 


12,212 


297 


Lenoir 22,769 


29,555 


436 


Alleghany 7,745 


7,403 


223 


Lincoln 17.132 


17,862 


296 


Anson 25,465 


28,334 


551 


McDowell 13.538 


16,763 


437 


Ashe 19,074 


21,001 
10,335 


399 


Macon 12,191 

Madison 20,132 


12,887 
20,083 


531 
431 




Beaufort 30,887 


31,024 


819 


Martin 17,797 


20,826 


438 


Bertie 23,039 


23,993 


712 


Mecklenburg 67,031 


80,695 


590 


Bladen 18,006 


19,761 
14,876 


1,013 

812 


Mitchell . . . 17.245 


11,278 
14,607 


362 

489 






Buncombe 49,798 


64,148 


624 


Moore 17,010 


21,388 


798 


Burke 21.408 


23.297 


531 


Nash 33,727 


41,061 


584 


Cabarrus 26,240 


33,730 


387 


New Hanover 32.037 


40,620 


199 


Caldwell 20,579 


19,984 


507 


Northampton 22.323 


23,184 


523 


Camden 5,640 


5,382 


218 


Onslow 14,125 


14,703 


645 


Carteret 13,776 


15,384 


538 


Orange 15,064 


17,895 


386 


Caswell . 14,858 


15,759 


396 


Pamlico 9.966 


9,060 


358 


Catawba 27,918 


33,839 


408 


Pasquotank 16,693 


17.670 


231 


Chatham 22 635 


23 814 


785 


Pender 15,471 


14,788 


883 


Cherokes 14,136 


15,242 


451 


Perquimans 11,054 


11,137 


251 


Chowan 11,303 


111.619 


161 


Person 17,356 


18,973 


386 


Clay 3,909 


4,646 


185 


Pitt 36,340 


45,569 


644 


Cleveland 29,494 


34,272 
30,124 


485 
937 


Polk 7,640 


8,832 
30,856 


258 
795 


Columbus 28.020 


Randolph 29.491 


Craven 25.594 


29,048 


685 


Richmond 19,673 


25,567 


466 


Cumberland 35,284 


35,064 


1,008 


Robeson 51,945 


54,674 


1,043 


Currituck 7,693 


7.268 


273 


Rockingham 36,442 


44,149 


573 


Dare 4.841 


5.115 

35,201 
30,223 


405 
563 
830 


Rowan 37,521 


44,062 
31,426 
36,002 


483 
547 
921 


Davidson 29,404 


Rutherford . 28,335 


Duplin 25,442 


•Sampson 29,982 


Durham 35,276 


42,219 
37,995 


284 
515 


Scotland 15.363 


15,600 
27,429 


387 
413 


Edgecombe 32,010 


Stanly 19,909 


Forsyth 47,311 

Franklin 24,692 

Gaston 37,063 


77,269 
26,667 
51,242 
10.537 


369 
471 
359 
356 


Stckes 20,151 


20,575 

32,464 

13,224 

9,303 


472 
531 
560 
371 


Surry 29,705 


Swain 10,403 


Gates 10,433 


Transylvania 7,191 


Graham 4,743 


4,872 
26,846 
16,212 
79,272 
43,766 
28,313 


302 


Tvrrell 5.219 


4.849 
36.029 
22,799 
75,155 
21,593 
11,429 


397 
561 
276 
841 
432 
334 


Granville 25,102 


504 


Union 33,277 


Greene 13,083 


258 
674 
681 
596 


Vance 19,425 


Guilford 60,497 


Wake . 63.229 


Halifax 37,616 


Warren 20,266 


Harnett 22,174 


Washington 11.062 


Haywood 21.020 


23.496 


541 


Watauga 13 556 


13,477 


330 


Henderson 16,262 


18,248 
16,294 
11,722 
8,386 
37,956 


362 
339 

596 
592 


Wayne 35 698 


43.640 
32.644 
36.813 
16.391 


597 
718 
392 
334 


H-rtford 15,436 




Hoke 

Hyde 8,840 


Wilson 28.269 


Yadkin 15,428 


Iredell 34,315 




Jackson 12,998 


13,396 


494 


Yancey 12.072 


15,093 


302 


Johnston 41,401 


48,998 


688 








Jcnes . 8 721 


9,912 


403 


Totals 2,206,287 2 


559,123 


48,580 


Unit 






ed States Senators. 


1789-1793— Samuel Johnston. 






1841-1843— William A. Graham 






1793-1799— Alexander Martin. 






1843-1846— William H. Haywood. 




17S9-1795 — Benjamin Hawkins. 






1846-1855 — George E. Badger. 






1795-1801 — Timothy Bloodvvorth. 




1848-1853— W. P. Mangum. 






1799-1S05— Jesse Franklin. 






1849-1851— Thomas Bragg. 






1801-1807— David Stone. 






1854-1858— Asa Biggs. 






1807-1813— Jesse Franklin. 






1854-1859— D. S. Reid. 






1 si :>,-1814— David Stone. 






1859-1861— T. L. Clingman. 






181)5-1816— James Turner. 






1867-1871— Joseph C. Abbott. 






IS 14 -1815 — Francis Loche. 






1867-1873— John Pool. 






1815- 1S2S— Nathaniel Macon. 






1872-1873 — Matthew W. Ransom. 




1816-1823— Montford Stokes. 






1873-1879— A. S. Merrimon. 






1816-1823— John Branch. 






1879-1894— Zebulon B. Vance. 






1828-1831— James Iredell. 






1894-1895 — Thomas J. Jarvis. 






1829-1841— Bedford Brown. 






1895-1903 — Jeter C. Pritchard. 






1831-1837— W. P. Mangum. 






1895-1901— Marion Butler. 






1837-1841 — Robert Strange. 






1901-1925 — F. M. Simmons. 






1841-1847— W. P. Mangum. 






1903-1927— Lee S. Overman. 







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Population of North Carolina Cities and 
Towns— 1900-1920. 



Abbottsburg 
Aberdeen . . . 

Acme 

Advance .... 
Ahoskie .... 
Albemarle . . 
Alexander . . 
Almond .... 
Andrews . . . 
Angier .... 
Ansonville 

Ap.x 

Archdale . . , 

Arden 

Asbeboro . . 
Asheville 
Atkinson . . , 
Atlantic . . . 
Aulander . 
Aurora .... 
Autryville . 

Ayden 

Bailey .... 
Bakersville 
Banner Elk 

Bath 

Battleboro 
Bayboro 
Beargrass . 
Beaufort . . 
Belhaven . . . 
Belmont 
Benson 
Bessemer 
1'ethel 

Big Lick 

Biltmore 

Biscoe 

Black Crtek 
Black Mountain 
Bladenboro 
Blowing Rock 

Boardman 

Bolivia 

Eonsal 

Boone 

Booneville .... 

Bostic 

Brevard 

Bridgersville 

Bridgeton 

Broadway .... 

Brookford 

Bryson 

Puie 

Buies Creek . . 

Burgaw 

Burlington 
Burnsville .... 



1920 

78 

858 

183 

280 

1,429 

2,691 



146 
,634 
475 
375 
926 
178 



:,559 
,504 
296 



803 
524 
351 
,673 
518 



City 



162 
274 
309 
349 
108 
,968 
,816 
,941 
,123 
,176 
800 
282 
172 
755 
274 
531 
459 
338 
828 
199 
178 
374 
162 
206 
,658 



1910 

159 
794 

'283 
924 

2,116 
118 
98 
936 
221 
221 
681 
145 
151 

1,865 
18,762 
115 
524 
543 
440 
77 
990 
195 
416 

"283 

211 

370 

56 

L'. 1S3 

2,863 

1,176 

800 

1,529 

469 

162 

173 

'•07 



518 
250 
700 
882 
78 
291 
040 
952 



1900 

" 559 

' ' '273 

302 

1,382 



349 
182 
137 
992 
14,694 



342 

314 

61 

557 

"sii 

'"466 
229 
292 

' 2,195 
383 
145 
384 
1.100 
457 
132 
71 



219 


196 


311 


200 


276 




201 


881 


796 


60 1 


85 




179 


1 5 5 


282 


183 


209 


97 


919 


584 


50 




348 




140 




725 




612 


417 


00 




210 





956 
4,808 

122 



3S7 
8,892 

207 



1920 1910 

Calypso 405 

Cameron 241 259 

Candor 267 160 

Canton 2,584 1,393 

Carrboro 1,129 

Carthage 962 863 

Cary 645 383 

Castalia 263 210 

Catawba 250 222 

Cerro Gordo 262 323 

Chadhourn 9.04 1.212 

Chapel Hill 1.483 1,149 

Charlotte 46,338 34.014 

Cherry 99 76 

Cherryville 1,884 1,158 

China Grove 1.027 

Chocowinity 127 

Claremont 435 207 

Clarendon 135 147 

Clarkton 368 276 

Clayton 1,423 1,441 

Cleveland 366 426 

Clinton 2,110 1,101 

Clvde 363 344 

Coats 526 160 

Colerain 215 189 

Collettsville 123 80 

Columbia 738 848 

Columbus „ 168 122 

Concord 9.903 8,715 

Conetoe " ; " Jgf 

Conover 681 '- 1 . 

Contentnea ■••■■ 246 

Cornelius 1,141 833 

Council 92 J4 

Cove City 258 808 

Civrdmoor iJ " °"^ 

Creswell 393 320 

Cronly 280 

Crouse 209 175 

Cumberland 80 300 

Dallas 1,897 

Davidson i!'' ,; i-""" 1 

Delco 210 

Denton 559 820 

Denver 213 282 

Dlllsboro '-77 

Dobson 868 860 

Dover 670 737 

Drexel 892 

Do. II. 'V 240 101 

Dunn 2,805 1 

Durham 21.710 18.241 

Bast Bend 

East Kings Mountain 

Ens( Laurinburg 541 

East Lumbei ton 1 .111 1 s>i 

-1 2,28 



1900 



21s 

' "23o 

"605 
333 
163 

100 

123 

213 

1.000 

IS. 001 

'i'.oos 

SS7 

"ido 



754 

198 

2 II 

' ' ' 207 

57 

3S2 

331 

7.010 
182 

113 



221 

7s 

'848 
51 1 
904 



100 
270 
327 



1,072 

III 



130 



POPULATION OF NORTH CAROLINA CITIES AND TOWNS— 



1900-19 


20 




1920 


1910 


1900 


656 


505 


309 


389 


398 

60 

184 


235 


196 


230 


886 


799 


640 


787 


621 




87 


111 


127 


223 


316 


167 


302 


270 


271 


827 


726 


260 


1,219 


1,128 


652 


113 


170 


180 


2,800 


2,218 


2,062 


9,771 


6,995 


4,106 


223 


242 


168 


1,399 


1,007 


853 


972 


437 




196 


203 


121 


262 


297 


108 


2,643 


2,322 


1,334 


774 


568 




1.606 


1,127 


688 




151 


100 




153 
3,364 


126 


3,718 


1,296 


424 


279 




244 


262 


163 


5,254 


4,163 


1,234 


636 


474 


304 


440 


386 


213 


333 


380 


65 


3,390 


2,413 


828 


191 






760 


1,152 




755 


243 




1,954 


1,775 


1,178 


1,154 


876 


290 


516 


266 


236 


202 


165 


181 


2,691 


2,230 


849 


1,162 


983 


1,144 


219 


186 


112 


149 


189 


157 


1,247 


1.033 


813 


694 


653 


454 


1,266 


664 


614 


141 


220 


176 


394 


408 


312 


99 


52 




166 






147 


107 


123 


1,784 


1,516 


1,116 




225 


111 


364 


301 


289 


748 


802 


337 


S28 


499 


349 


310 


396 
141 


378 


61 




1,397 


1,321 


935 


1,886 


874 


904 


536 


345 


98 


1.341 


693 


218 


118 


88 




183 


74 


61 


104 


117 


169 


697 


467 




375 


419 


490 


84 


86 






194 


192 


1,146 


1,063 


745 


136 


100 




4,084 


4,082 


2,427 




254 


219 


228 


198 


144 


4,315 


3,400 


1,533 


2.958 


2,039 


1,379 


2,867 


2,712 


1,928 


166 


151 


100 


83 


261 




631 


498 


447 


4,752 


3,844 


2,680 


975 


723 


395 


1,160 


526 


630 


2,297 


1,071 


617 



1920 1910 1900 

Edentou 2,777 2,789 3,046 

Edwards 153 171 99 

Elizabeth City 8.925 8,412 6,348 

EHzabethtown 335 117 144 

Elk Park 377 498 

Elkin 1.195 886 860 

Ellenboro 383 293 172 

Ellerbee 473 

Elon College 653 2U0 638 

East Mondos 248 

Enfield 1,648 1,167 361 

Enochsville 81 93 

Eureka 162 123 

Hobgood 336 165 122 

Everetts 230 146 127 

Evergreen 139 248 

Fair Bluff 397 441 328 

Fairmont 1,000 730 43i! 

Faison 477 519 308 

Faith 348 352 

Falcon 200 

Falkland 198 132 139 

Farmville 1,780 816 262 

Fayetteville 8,877 7,045 4,670 

Forest City 2,312 1,592 1,090 

Forestville 137 157 

Fountain 243 189 

Four Oaks 583 329 171 

Franklin 773 379 335 

Franklinton 1,058 809 761 

Fremont 1,294 951 435 

Fuquay Springs 555 127 

Garner 376 284 

Garysburg 263 169 269 

Gastonia 12,871 5,759 4,610 

Gatesville 203 200 

( lermanton 132 154 129 

Gibsonville 1,385 1,162 521 

Glen Alpine 346 308 137 

Glenwood 132 119 

Godwin 90 102 

Gold Hill 261 304 514 

Gold Point 130 126 124 

Goldsboro 11.296 6,107 5,877 

Goldston 239 240 

Graham ....! 2,366 2,054 2,052 

Granite Falls 1,101 381 277 

Granite Quarry 466 363 

Greensboro 19,861 15,895 10,035 

Greenville 5,772 4.101 2,565 

Grifton 375 291 229 

Grimesland 463 330 277 

Grover 296 209 174 

Halifax 299 314 306 

Hamilton 474 452 493 

Hamlet 3,659 2,173 639 

Hampton 175 205 

Hardin Mills 230 205 

Harrellsville 131 140 109 

Hassell 85 90 

Hayesville 257 

Haywood 141 162 

Hazelwood 484 428 

Henderson 5,222 4,503 3.746 

Hendersonville 3,720 2,818 1,917 

Hertford 1,704 1,841 1,382 

Hickory 5,076 3,716 2,535 

High Point 14,303 9,525 4,163 

Highland 1,062 4S7 

Highlands 504 267 249 

Hildebran 172 140 109 

Hillsboro 1,180 857 707 

Hoffman 385 175 184 

Holly Springs 333 261 219 

Hollyville 107 126 

Hookerton 294 204 139 

Hope Mills 783 964 881 

Hot Springs 495 443 445 

Hudson 403 411 

Huntersville 833 591 533 

Icemorlee 447 398 

Indian Trail 224 154 

Ingold 124 86 

Iron Station 223 107 

Jackson 579 527 441 



Jacksonville .... 

.lamesville 

Jason 

Jefferson 

Jonesboro 

jonesville 

Jupiter 

Keif ord 

Keiiansville .... 

Kenly 

Kernersville .... 

Keyser , 

Kings Mountain 

Kinston 

Kittrell 

LaGrange 

Landis 

Lasker 

Lattimore 

Laurinburg 

Lawndale 

Leaksville 

Leechville 

Leicester 

Lenoir 

Lewarae 

Lewiston 

Lexingtou 

Liberty 

Lilesville 

Lillington 

Lincolnton 

Linden 

Littleton 

Longview 

Louisburg 

Lowell 

Lucaraa 

Lumber Bridge . 
Lumberton .... 
MeAdenville 

McFarland 

Macon 

Madison 

Magnolia 

Maiden 

Manly 

Manteo 

Mapleton 

Marble 

Margarettsville . 

Marion 

Marlboro 

Mars Hill 

Marshall 

Marshville 

Matthews 

Maupin 

Maury 

Maxton 

Mayodan 

Maysville 

Mebane 

M erry Oaks .... 

Micro 

Middleburg 

Middlesex 

Milton 

Mineral Springs 

Mint Hill 

Mocksville 

Moncure 

Monroe 

Montezuma 

Mooresboro 

Mooresville 
Morehead City 
M organton .... 

Morrisville 

Mortimer 

Morven 

Mount Airy 
Mount Gilead . . 
Mount Holly . . . 
Mount Olive . . . 



POPULATION OF NORTH CAROLINA CITIKS AXD TOWNS-1900-1920 



131 



1920 
770 



Mount Pleasant 

Mountain Island 

Murfreesboro 602 

Murphy 1,314 

Nashville 939 

Nebo 243 

New Hill 

Newland 289 

New London 228 

New Bern 12,198 

Newport 404 

Newton 3,021 

Newton Grove 'l25 

North Wilkesboro 2,363 

Norwood 1,221 

Oakboro ' '282 

Oak City 397 

Oakley 49 

Old Fort 931 

Ore Hill 

Oriental 607 

Orrum 86 

Oxford 3,606 

Pactolus 210 

Palmyra 103 

Pantego 335 

Parkersburg 76 

Parkton 382 

Parmele 355 

Patterson 183 

Peaehland 196 

Pee Dee 

Pembroke 329 

Pendleton 

Tikeville 333 

Pilot Mountain 707 

Pine Level 373 

Pine Bluff 165 

Pinetops 465 

Pineville 689 

Pink Hill 166 

Pittsboro 584 

Plymouth 1,847 

Polkton '575 

Pollocksville 339 

Powellsville 157 

Princeton 403 

Princeville 562 

Raef ord 1 , 235 

Raleigh 27,076 

Ramseur 1.014 

Randleman L967 

Red Springs l'oi8 

Reidsville 5,333 

Rennert 292 

Rhodhiss 835 

Rich Square 475 

Richfield 177 

Richlands 548 

Ringwood 

Roanoke Rapids 3,369 

Robbinsville 119 

Roberdel 476 

Robersonville 1,199 

Rockingham 2,509 

Rockwell 453 

Rocky Mount 12,742 

Rocky Mount Mills 833 

Rolesville 

Roper 1,043 

Rose Hill 516 

Koseboro 749 

Rosman 507 

Rowland 767 

Roxboro 3,214 

Roxobel 2 207 

Rcyall Cotton Mills ... 442 

Rutherford College 275 

Rutherfordton 1,693 

St. Pauls 1,147 

Salem 

Salisbury \ i3 - ,884 

Saluda 549 

Sanford , 2,977 

Saratoga 



1910 


1900 


753 


444 


347 


450 


809 


657 


977 


604 


750 


479 


160 




95 




312 


299 


9,961 


9,090 


321 


328 


2,316 


1,583 


73 


75 


1,902 


918 


928 


663 


251 


115 


57 




778 


253 


94 




645 


300 


214 




3,018 


2,059 


154 


52 


94 


131 


324 


253 


67 


57 


219 




272 


336 


86 




232 


156 


628 




258 




62 


86 


210 


168 


652 


710 


394 


266 


92 




211 




688 


585 


58 




502 


424 


2,165 


1,011 


287 


276 


227 


198 


75 


44 


354 


281 


627 


552 


580 




19,218 


13,643 


1,022 


769 


1,950 


2,190 


1,089 


858 


4,828 


3,262 


1,179 


133 


370 




367 


232 


210 


73 


445 


160 


147 


98 


1,670 


1,009 


122 




422 




616 


275 


2.855 


1,507 


249 




8,051 


2,937 


480 


605 


170 


155 


819 




364 




183 


63 


142 




787 


357 


1,425 


1,021 


491 


227 


437 




229 




1,062 


880 


419 




5,533 


3.642 


7.153 


0.277 


235 


211 


2 282 


l.nil 


136 


123 



1920 
Neck 2,061 



Scotland 
Seaboard 

gelma ;, j;jjjj 

Shallotte 174 

Sharpsburg 334 

Stelby s ,6o9 

Shelmerdine 93 

Sbora 

SUer City ...'. ' i.^,:> 

Smithfield 1,895 

Snow Hill 700 

Spruce Pine 717 

South Biltmore 245 

South Mills 373 

South Wadesboro 293 

Southern Pines 743 

Southport 1,664 

• s I>arta 159 

Spencer 2,510 

Spring Hope 1,221 

Stanley Creek 584 

Stantonsburg 404 

Star , 467 

Statesville 7,895 



Stedman 

Stem 

Stokes 

Stokesdale 
Stoneville 
Stonewall . . . 

Stouts 

Stovall 

Swan Quarter 
Svansboro . . . 

Sylva 

Tabor 



121 
245 
138 
179 
472 
218 



414 
184 
420 
863 
782 

Tarboro ......'.'.'.'. 4.568 

Taylorsville 1,122 

Teacheya 'i64 

Thomasville 5 676 

Tillery 

Todd "82 

Toisnot 

1 ownsville 206 

Trenton 488 

Trinity 400 

Troutman 342 

Troy 1,102 

Tryon 1.067 

142 
147 
156 
540 
308 
467 
273 
189 
190 



Tunis 

Union .... 
Union Mills 
Vanceboro 
Vandemere 

Vass 

Vaughan 

Waco 

Wade 

Wadesboro 2,648 

Wflgram '174 

Wake Forest 1 4"r> 

WrkefleW 

.Wallace 648 

Walnut 

Walnut Covrt 851 

Walstonburg L58 

Warrenton 927 

Warsaw 1,108 

Washington 

Watha 18] 

Waxhaw 7,-,o 

Wayuesvllle 1 ,943 

WeavervlUtt 

Webster 71 

Weldon 1 861 

w endell 1,289 

Wesl Hickory 1,268 

West Jefferson 462 

w est Lumberton 



Wei tray 
Whltakers 
Whitehall 
White vllle 
Wnlttler 



is 

164 

1,884 

261 



1910 

1,726 

280 
1,381 

139 
121 
3.127 
315 
308 
895 

450 

"238 

390 
202 
542 
1,484 
199 



1,348 
287 
816 
149 



764 

405 

"'312 

i r» i 

517 

1,336 

501 



1,246 


666 


321 


441 


204 




239 


211 


4,599 


3.111 


79 




159 




404 




161 


168 


82 




305 




185 




390 


265 


698 


281 


418 




4,129 


2.499 


662 


413 


154 




3,877 


751 


269 


258 


590 


560 


331 


338 


332 


274 


280 




1.055 


•:• 


700 


324 


43 




1 39 


178 


155 




392 


291 


296 


169 


27 3 




420 




185 


160 



.376 1,546 



281 
16 

1,868 

216 



1,448 


828 


287 




ill 


218 


215 




480 




127 




807 




723 


578 


6.211 








602 




2,008 


I.307 


142 


828 


007 




1,999 








846 





11 1 

848 



132 



VALUE OF REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY— 1920-1921 



1920 1910 1900 

Wilkesboro 814 799 635 

Wilbanks 45 4' 

Willianiston 1,800 1,574 912 

Wilmington 33,372 25,748 20,976 

Wilson 10,612 6,717 3,525 

Windsor 1,210 684 597 

Winfall 288 289 22J 

Wingate 470 353 

Winston-Salem 48,395 17,167 10,008 

Winterville 650 484 243 

Winton 489 624 688 



1920 

Woodland 400 

Woodleaf 

Woodville 381 

Worthville 397 

Wrightsville Beach 20 

Yadkin College 254 

Yadkinville 445 

Yanceyville 

Youngsville 370 

Zebulon 953 



1910 



1900 



312 


242 


, 187 




393 


467 


54 


22 


130 


210 


432 


292 


338 




431 


345 


483 





Value of Real Estate and Personal Property — 1920-21. 



(Several Counties had not reported 1921 

valuations of real estate and personal prop- 
erty up to Dec. 31, 1921. i 

1920 1921 



Als-rnance $ 

Alexander 

Alleghany 

Anson 

Ashe 

Avery 

Beaufort 

Bertie 

Bladen 

Brunswick 

Buncombe 

Burke 

Cabarrus 

Caldwell 

Camden 

Carteret 

Caswell 

Catawba 

Chatham 

Cherokee 

Chowan 

Clay 

Cleveland 

Columbus 

Craven 

Cumberland 

Currituck 

Dare 

Davidson 

Davie 

Duplin 

Durham 

Edgecombe 

Forsyth 

Franklin 

Gaston 

Gates 

Graham 

Granville 

Greene 

Guilford 

Halifax 

Harnett 

Haywood 

Henderson 

Hertford 

Hoke 

Hyde 

Iredell 

Jackson 

Johnston 

Jones 

Lee 

Lenoir 

Lincoln 

Macon 

Madison 

Martin 

McDowell 

Mecklenburg 

Mitchell 

Montgomery 

Moore 

Nash 

New Hanover 

Northampton 



38,946,817 

9,986,152 

6,874,688 

27,767,694 

17,731,331 

6,260,469 

41,169,031 

20,827,703 

17,236,891 

11,360,435 

92.494,572 

20,853,047 

48,103,066 

18,512,947 

4,S18,041 

14,175,841 

13,365,759 

40,481,421 

19,374,880 

9,443,115 

11,763.782 

2,856.119 

42,360,543 

27,161,317 

42,472,222 

36.410,137 

6,210,663 

2,715,666 

24,221,286 

14,811,387 

35,241,089 

122,413,133 

51,634,721 

152,632.743 

25,274.424 

32,696,947 

8,944,018 

6,118,711 

28,902,901 

21,163,450 

133,237,474 

53,632,822 

31,687,153 

25,846,045 

16,536,371 

15,586,205 

13,923,604 

11,438,221 

44,954,457 

11,893,606 

63,725,948 

11,581,308 

14,285,002 

45,761,710 

19,415,236 

6,869,439 

14,501.106 

25,362.163 

24,161,179 

140,697,633 

11.263,455 

17,318,863 

Z7>. 191, 786 

50,643.409 

58,369.704 

20.100,096 



$. 



6,620,759 

'i2',9i4]464 

'30',238!66i 
15,627,207 
14,639,386 



17,865,749 
'i3',6i9l3S9 



8,479,302 
10,562,921 



21,610,488 
30,391,368 
30.290,654 



28,699,404 
82.582,127 
33.446,145 
141,899,429 
16.487.22ff 



5.505.497 
22 274 3 9 2 
u|o22,'l60 

'38!052!237 

'2b',i08,592 



11,159,135 
10,661,195 

'43]429,959 



32,030.650 
15.642,942 
6,534.471 
10,253.368 
17.116.713 
19,168.007 

'i6',499,989 
15,851,355 
24,377,704 



Onslow 

Orange 

Pamlico 
Pasquotank 
Pender .... 
Perquimans . 

Person 

Pitt 

Polk 

Randolph . . . 
Richmond . . 
Robeson 
Rockingham 
Rowan ...... 

Rutherford 

Sampson 

Scotland 

Stanly 

Stokes 

Surry 

Sw ain 

Transylvania 

Tyrell 

I'nion 

Vance 

Wake 

Watren 

Washington 
Watauga 

Wayne 

Wilkes 

Wilson 

Yadkin 

Yancey 



16 
19 

7 
22 
13 

9 
17 
67 

7 
27 
30 
72, 
57, 
55 
34 
33 
31 
38 
15, 
31, 
M 

9 

4 
33 
30 
92 
19 
11 
11, 
69, 
19, 
64, 
12, 
10, 



1920 
,635,222 
,503,574 
773,579 
053,859 
842,531 
013,492 
617,820 
503,073 
617,852 
728,923 
862,477 
071,121 
614,305 
203,451 
185,984 
302,882 
052,115 
129.525 
005,322 
178,983 
630,411 
,097,996 
,338,421 
.912,693 
,531,237 
,999,811 
,555,153 
,954,099 
002,817 
867,403 
404,272 
001,978 
624,841 
824,311 



1921 

'is'iisiiii 

19,566,355 
'i6,705!774 

'30',58i',796 



28,862,118 

'2i',60i',282 
30,052,890 

'25,325.576 



25,923,615 



15.556,071 
9.688.597 



44,idl,858 

9.616.858 

10,283.249 



Total $3,146,417,020 



Secretaries of The Navy. 

North Carolina has furnished only five Cab- 
inet officers, and each of tha rive were 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. 



Birth Rate. 

The bureau of the census announced in its 
statement of birth and birth rates in the birth 
registration area of the United States that for 
1920 the highest birth rate as well as the 
highest for the white population of the entire 
country was found in North Carolina, being 
31.7 per 1,000 population, while for the colored 
population, this including negroes, Indians. 
Chinese and Japanese, North Carolina stood 
third with a rate of 31.5 per 1,000 popula- 
tion, only Washington with 39.5 and Califor- 
nia with 39.3, ranking ahead. The birth rate 
in the registration area for the entire country, 
covering 59.8 per cent of the population, was 
23.7 per 1.000 population in 1920. or nearly 
eight less than the rate in North Carolina. 



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Raleigh, N. C. 



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CHAS. B. RYAN, 

Passenger Traffic Mgr. 
Norfolk, Va. 



W. L. McMORRIS, 
General Pass. Agt., 
Norfolk, Va. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK 



1 SYDNOR | 

I Pump & Well Co. I 



( Incorporated ) 
ESTABLISHED 1889 



= WATER SUPPLY EQUIPMENT 

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■ Armleder Motor Trucks I 



Pumps, Wind Mills, Tanks, Towers, Rams, 

Pipe, Gasoline Engines, Saw Mills, 

Supplies, Etc., Etc. 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



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SYDNOR & HUNDLEY 

Seventh and Grace Streets 
RICHMOND, VA. 

Everything Desirable in 

FURNITURE, CARPETS AND DRAPERIES 

For the Home or the Office 

Our six floors with 120,000 feet of floor space, filled with 
everything that is new and desirable in Furniture and 
Home Furnishings, gives the prospective buyer the great- 
est possible range of choice in making satisfactory selections. 

Whether buying or sight-seeing, you are cordially inyited 
to call, and all correspondence commands our best attention. 

SYDNOR & HUNDLEY 

Heart of City 



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SIXTY-FIRST 
NORTH CAROLINA STATE FAIR 

HELD AT RALEIGH IN OCTOBER, 1922. 

\ew Race Track completed. Many Improvements this year 
for best Fair in its history. 

MRS. EDITH VANDERBILT, President, Biltmore, N. C. 
JOSEPH E. POGUE, Secretary, Raleigh, N. C. 



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THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK 



ATLANTIC LIFE INSURANCE CO. 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

EDMUND STBUDWICK, President 



The Oldest (Non-Industrial) Southern Life 
Insurance Company 



ORGANIZED 1900 



For Agency Opportunities Communicate With 
GEORGE D. RICHARDSON, 

Supervisor of Agents, Raleigh, N. C. 

W. C. WOODARD, Jr., 

General Agent, Rocky Mount, N. C. 

BEVERLEY T. PAYNE, 

General Agent, Rockingham, N. C. 



The Monticello 



NORFOLK, 
VIRGINIA. 



Tidewater Virginia's Famous and Norfolk's Finest Hotel. 




THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK 



r. y. Mcpherson 



R. E. BARNES 



McPHERSON & BARNES, General Agents 

.... For tyorth Carolina 

Rooms 401-2-3-4-5 Commercial Bank Klclg-. : RALEIGH, N . C. 

THE PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

THE FIDELITY AND DEPOSIT COMPANY OF MARYLAND, BALTIMORE, MD. 

Surety Bonds and Burglary Insurance 

THE METROPOLITAN CASUALTY INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK 

Plate Glass Insurance 

THE STANDARD ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY OF DETROIT, MICH. 

Employers, Public and Automobile Liability, and 
Personal Accident and Health Departments 

GOOD TERRITORY NOW OPEN FOR LIVE-WIRE AGENTS 




THE NORTH CAROLINA YKAR HOOK 



BARNES SAFE & VAULT 
COMPANY 

DEALERS IN 

Diebold Fire and Burglar Proof 

S: f Vault Fronts, Steel Linings, De ">sit oxes, 

C rill Partitions, Day Gates, Etc. 

?OBT. H. BARNE 

PROPRIETOR 

UCHMOND, VIRGINI 



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The K^ 1 i] 'il treats sucessfully Jai , 

Tumo • !»nd Chrouic a 

Avithou. ,. c , v -Ray, Racl:. in, ds 

or Serum, and we ''"v ?'"•-.-" :lly ti< .ted ^v» 
90 p *ut of the many hundreds of sufferers treat- 
ed durmg the past twenty-three years. Physicians 
treated free. 



KELLAM HOSPITAL 

(Incorporated) 
1017 WEST MAIN STREET RICHMOND. VIRGINIA 



For More Than 30 Years 
This Brand 



V-C Fertilizers 



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Has been well and favorably known to the leading 
farmers of the South. 

With facilities unsurpassed for the manufacture and 
distribution of High Grade V-C Fertilizers, our service 
to the trade is more complete than ever before. 

OUR AIM 

We not only aim to furnish our customers with the 
best fertilizer money can buy, but we desire that they 
get the most profitable results from the use of our 
goods. To this end we maintain an 

Agricultural Service Bureau 

which will furnish upon request any information re- 
lating to the use of fertilizers, lime, the maintenance 
of soil fertility or the growing of crops. 

This service is free. Address any V-C office. 
AGRICULTURAL SERVICE BUREAU 

Virgima-CaroGna Chemical Co- 



'VIRGINIA* 
CAROLINA \ 



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New York City 
Baltimore, Mc!. 
Alexandria, Va. 
Norfolk, Va. 
Richmond. Va. 
Durham, N. C. 



(iNCORPORATED) 

RICHMOND, VA. 



VIRGINIA* 
CAROLINA 1 



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V-C SALES OFFICES: 



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Winston-Salem. N. C. 
Charleston. S. 0. 
Columbia, S. C. 
Albany, Ga. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Columbus, Ga. 



Sr. -ai.nah, Ga. 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
Sanford, Fla. 
%irminr;!.am, Ala 

Mobile, A!a. 
Montgomery, Ala. 



CHEMICAL / 



Jackson. Miss. 
Shreveport, La. 
Fort Wayne, Ind. 
Cincinnati, Ohio 
Memphis. Tenn.