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THE LIBRARY OF THE

UNIVERSITY OF

NORTH CAROLINA




THE COLLECTION OF
NORTH CAROLINIANA



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1910



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Ask the Man who Owns One

THE LITMUS COTTON GIN CO.

Sole Manufacturers

Lummus" Cotton Ginning IVIachinery

Branch Office and Display Rooms

307 West Trade St., CHARLOTTE, N. C.



Presbyterian Colleoe



FOR WOMEN



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Charlotte, North Carolina.



BUILDING

Magnificent in size and appearance. Equipped with
every modern convenience. Heated with steam. Hot
and cold water on ■
beautifully furnish
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SITUATION j

In a city of cultur
within a few block
cars at the gate.

FACULTY



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Tried Teachers of successful experience. Musical
advantages of the highest quality.



RATES



The cheapest school in the South, considering the
grade, the fare, and the advantages of the building.



«EIND FOR CATALOGUE

Rev. J. R. BRIDGES, D. D,

See Cut of College in General Department.



Over 40,000 Claims Paid Over $520,000.00 Paid in Benefits





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Home Office: Washington, D. C.

A Fraternal Insurance Organization operating under the
Laws of the United States.

A Protection in case of Accident, Sickness and Death.

It pays to its Members Weekly in case of Sickness or
Accident from $2.00 to $12.50.

It pays to your heirs at death from $100.00 to $1,000.00.



SEE HOW WE GROW



RECEIPTS BV YEARS



1897
1898
1899
1900
1901
1902
1903
1904
1905
1906
1907
1908
1909



$



1,651.87

23,241.0li

27,058.27

34,496.63

50,514.41

65,200.79

89,983.34

101,724.59

114,032.59

126,820.86

141,612.78

161,372.81

182,577.11



Charlotte Assembly, No. 24, Meets every First Monday
Night in each month at 220 East Trade Street



C B. BAIUBV

Phone 1549 Managing organizer for North and gox 371

bouth Carolina.




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Charlotte Auto&CycleCo.






M OTO R C VC UE S
and BICVCUE3



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Repair Work a Specialty

222 North College Street

Phone 363






A. R.WILLMANN COMPANY

OLDEST PLUMBING FIRM IN CHARLOTTE

PHONE 248




18 years' experience

Strictly I1igh=Grade Work

Expert Workmen

We carry a complete line
of Baths, Lavatories,
Closets, Boilers. Also
erect Wind Mills and
Acetylene Machines.



We also do Steam and Hot Water Heating

Branner's Moving & Storage Co.




WE DO A GENERAL STORAGE BUSINESS



Piano Moving a Specialty Furniture Packed for Shipment

Office at Stieff Music House, 5 W. Trade Street

Office Phone 1864 CHARLOTTE, N. C. Residence, 2092



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CHARLOTTE'S FAST GROWING DEPARTMENT STORE



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High-Class, Dependable Merchandise at Popular Prices
WE SEUU EVERVTHIIVG



Largest Millinery Department in the Carolinas;
employing the best talent obtainable, and keeping
in close touch with the Fashion Centers, we show
all the New Things soon as out.

Efird's Department Store,

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL



Cor. Trade and College Sts.



Stores also Concord, N. C*



INSURE WITH THE

Afro-American Mutual




INSURANCE COMPANY



CHARLOTTE. N



I, T. WILLIAMS,
President



OFFICERS:

F. R. MASSEY, T. L. TATE. J. W. CROCKETT.

Vice-President Treasurer Sec'y and Gen'l Kgr



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AGENTS WANTED .



227 E* TRADE ST.
AGENTS WANTED



The New York Lunch Room and Restaurant



BEST


STYLE IN THE SOUTH


OPP. SELWYfN

Cha rlotte.


MOTEL

, N. C.



QUICK SERVICE LUINCH COUNTER UNEQUALED

WE (NEVER CLOSE FIFTY STOOLS

Also CHARLOTTE LUMCH ROOIVl

26 IN. Tryon, Charlotte, IN. C.

GUS J. LAMPROS, GEORGE J. AINAGNOS AND JAMES
J. LAMPROS, Proprietors

BUAIR BROS. & CO.

PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS

Our Motto : "ACCURACY AND PURITY."

24 West Trade Street Telephone 120

3rd Door from Selwyn Hotel Agents for HIGH GRADE CANDIES

CHARLOTTE, N. C

B. F. >VITHERS

DISTRIBUTER

BUILDERS' SUPPLIES

Office and Warerooms, 202 S. College St.

Warehouse, 307 S. College St.

Warehouse and Yards, E. 5th St. and 5, A. L. Ry.

Telephone 82 CHARLOTTE, N. C.

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THE ONLY STORE IN THE SOUTH

That will Sell You Men, Women, and
Children's Head-to-Foot Wearing Ap-
parel without a cent of money down,

and Only SO cts. to $1.00 a Week

We have everything carried in a first-class
Clothing and Furnishing Store

MASTERS & AGEE CO., 202 North Tryon Street

CHARLOTTE, IV- C



Oldest CAROLINA PRESSING CLUB Quickest

LarycSl ^v. H. C BARKUBV, Proprietor KcSl

Sanitary Steam Pressing
Club Rates $1.00 per Month
Men's Tailoring
Hats Cleaned and Reblocked



Telephone No. 306



227 North Tryon St.





DIRECT FROM THE MINES

to our yard comes the Coal we have
for sale — Coal that's famous the coun-
try over for its free burning qualities,
its low percentage of ash, it's freedom
from impurities. It's "full value"
fuel, and our method of taking and
filling orders ensures satisfaction.
"Phone connection. Orders placed
now save money for buyers. Take a
a look at your cellar, then act.
Our wood is all O. K.

AVAINT
Wood & Coal Company

Telephone 202.



G. L. DIXON

DEALER IN

Fresh Fish and Oysters



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F. H. ANDREWS

Edison Phonograph Headquarters.



Complete Line of Machines and Records
Pianos and Organs at Prices that will Surprise You

EVERYTHING IN MUSIC

Finest Line of Sewing Machines in the State. Prices and Terms to Suit.

213 NORTH TRYON STREET




CHARLOTTE. NX.

Fine Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches, Silverware,
Cut Glass, Etc.

JAKE'S PLACE

R. H. JACOBS, Proprietor



BARBER AND POOL PARLOR

Everything First=Class
215 West Trade Street

J. L. EAGLES

PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGIST

Personal Attention Given to all Prescriptions

A Select Assortment of Drugs, Cigars, Toilet Articles, Stationery, Etc.

SODA DRI^KS ALL THE YEAR

PHONE 237 32 SOUTH COLLEGE STREET

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Fresh from the Nest Hourly

No Cold Storage Used.

Chicles, Hriers and Broilers
F"ancy and Commercial Poultry
Barred Rocks, S. C R. I. Reds, Buff
Orpingtons

East Charlotte Poultry Yards, City



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28-30 W, 4th Street



Charlotte, N, C.

Buggy and Carriage Repairing,
Trimming and Painting. Gen-
eral Blacksmithing.

Rubber Tires a Specialty



Parlor Barber Shop

33 S. TRYON STREET



The Best Equipped Shop in the State. We have our own
Laundry Plant which insures the Customers PLENTY OF
CLEAN TOWELS. We keep only the best of ever ything.
Best Barbers we can find.



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GIVE ME A CALL

Phone 1067



AIND COLD BATHS

I CAIN CONVINCE YOU ALL

V. Ml. STINE, Proprietor



Ray Printing CofviPANY

INCORPORATED

A. H. WASHBURN, President M. L. WASHBURN, Vice-President

F. H. WASHBURN, Treasurer and IVIanager



Commercial Printing of Every Description. C, Manufacturers
of BLANK BOOKS and BLAfNKS of all Kinds. CL Fine Cata-
1o.gue Work a Specialty. C, VVe are printing "Piedmont Indus-
tries," a weekly journal of Southern progress, and are prepared
to handle other publications. C, Let us hear from you : : :



RAY PRINTIING COMPANY,



Charlotte, IN. C.



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Mr. business MAN:

Did you ever stop to consider why
your City Directory is one of the most
effective and economical methods of reach-
ing the people of your community ALL
THE TIME, ''every day in the year in
fact?''

Those who BUY without looking at
the list of those who sell do themselves
great injustice.

The classified lists in your City
Directory form the best buyers' guide on
earth, a modern up-to-date method of
getting what you want.

Your Charlotte City Directory is
consulted more than FIVE THOUSAND
times a day for the entire year. Does it
not look on its face that it's worth in-
vesting a few dollars each year in your
Directory ?

In addition to this your Charlotte
Directory is sent to the Directory Libra-
ries in all prominent cities.

Think of this when our Representa-
tive calls again.

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WALSH'S

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina

CITY DIRECTORY

FOR 19 10



APPENDIX DEPARTMENT



STREET DEPARTMENT



GENERAL DEPARTMENT



BUSINESS DEPARTMENT



Showing Governments, Institutions and Trades,
Incorporated Companies, Churches, Schools,
Secret and other Societies, Etc., Etc.

Showing Streets and Avenues, Numbers, Name
of Occupant.

Dividing the Races, Showing Name, Wife's
Name, Occupation and Residence.

Showing the Business and Professions under
Classified Headings.



THIS VOLUME ALSO CONTAINS

Regular Advertising Pages, and is so arranged and printed on different tinted
paper to enable the user to ascertain information wanted with rapidity.




Price, Six Dollars



PUBLISHED BY

THE WALSH DIRECTORV COIVIPA.INY, Inc.

270 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.



CONTENTS, GENERAL STYLE OF ARRANGEMENT, AND CLASSIFICATION OF EACH DEPARTMENT
COPYRIGHT, 19IO, BY THE WALSH DIRECTORY CO., (iNC.) ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.



PRESSES OF



VNS & C'OC;S>*"ELI. CO CIIAUI.KSTON. S C
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PREFACE



POPULATION within DIRECTORY Limits



50,423



T N PRESENTING our 1910 Volume of the Charlotte Directory to
our patrons, it is again our pleasure to state that CHARLOTTE
continues its growth; in fact, so substantial that we again call atten-
tion to the prophecy that CHARLOTTE will have a population of
100,000 in 1916.

The present volume contains 15,327 names, which in this commu-
nity indicates a population of 50,423 divided thus: Whites, 32,655;
Colored, 17,768; an increase of a little more than 10% within the
year, which is a remarkable showing, even for Charlotte.

During the twelve months which have just elapsed, the City of
Charlotte has made rapid strides along commercial and industrial
lines. Many evidences are apparent on all sides of the progress being
made. The appearance of many new buildings; the overhauling of
old ones; the activity to be seen on the streets; the many loads of
household goods which have arrived at the freight depot, each in-
dicating a new family; the increasing demand for commodities in
the line of daily necessities; the increase of deposits in the banks;
the increase in the annual volume of business; the advance in real
estate; all bear out the statement that Charlotte is enjoying a steady,
healthy growth.

The completion of the Realty building, with its twelve stories and
basement, during 1909 has added to Charlotte a much needed modern
office building. That there was a demand for such a building is
in evidence, for in ten months" time, after completion, 85% of the
offices have been rented.

Nearly fifty firms have, during the past year, placed representa-
tives here and opened offices, the better to care for the business of
this territory.
^ The handsome American Building, the home of the American

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Trust Co.. was completed late in 1909, and represents an investment
of $130,000.

The business of Belk Bros Department Store having outgrown
its present quarters, a roomy six story structure has been provided
at a cost of $90,000, to care for the increasing volume of business.

The new ciuarters of the Manufacturers' Club, built at a cost of
nearly $100,COO, adds another very handsome structure to the group
of buildings of a public character already possessed b}- this Cit3\
and which places the City of Charlotte in a class by itself so far as
the two Carolinas are concerned.

The buildings in progress for the past year have included the
greatest number of dwelling houses ever erected in Charlotte during
one twelve months; a large addition to the Stonewall Hotel; several
large buildings for wholesale and retail business ; fire department
station; school buildings; churches; apartment houses; seven new
factories; additions to five factories, one of which involves an invest-
ment of $100,000.

Every builder and ever}' mechanic in the building trade in Char-
lotte has had no idle time whatever during the past year.

Real estate values are steadily advancing in Charlotte. This
is one of the best evidences of growth, for the advance is only made
possible b}' an increase in demand, and the latter is only possible
through additions to the population. Certain pieces of property,
which were sold five years ago, have shown an advance of 509^^ in
recent transfers.

X"ew telephones were installed during the past year to the num-
ber of 419, which is a very good index to the growth of the City.
There arc now in use, altogether, 3,094 phones and they are on the
increase daily.

The postal receipts reached $136,000 January 1, 1910, an increase
of a trifle above 16% over the previous year.

The bank deposits have reached the $6,000,000 mark. The total
banking assets amount to $11,952,625.

The four Building and Loan Associations are capitalized at
$8,000,000 and do a flourishing business. They have provided the
means for a large number of people to secure homes of their own,
and are equivalent to or perhaps superior to savings banks in the
benefits to the people at large. These associations are the means of
stimulating the building business and encourage the erection of the
better class of structures.

Charlotte cotton mills consume nearly 50,000 bales of cotton
each year. Geographical location has given to Charlotte the en-
viable position of being the center of the cotton mill development of



the Soutli. Within a radius of one-hundred miles of the Citj' are 425
cotton mills, operating 5,511.543 spindles and 120,000 looms, and rep-
resenting $150,000,000 of capital.

The Charlotte Street Railway Company has heen pushing the
extension of its lines, double tracking in some places, improving the
equipment, running additional cars, so as to provide more frequent
service and keep pace with the continued growth of the City.

Entering into the commercial and industrial life of the City to no
small degree. The Greater Charlotte Club has become a very useful
factor in the welfare of the City. It has grown in size and im-
portance, until now it is doing a work that makes it indispensible to
the material welfare of the City. This organization invites the world
to "Watch Charlotte Grow." During the past year a large numlier
of new members have been added to the list. The Club has taken
quarters in the most central part of the City — fitted up an office in
a representative manner and is accomplishing a work which is far
reaching in its results.

In the office of this Club may be found a librarj' of directories,
which includes a large number of the important cities of the countrj-.
This librar}- has been obtained for the free use of the public, through
the courtesy of the Directory Publishers.

Charlotte is the logical commercial centre of the two Carolinas
and is a distributing point for both.

^\'ith thanks to the general public for assistance during its prep-
aration, and to our patrons for support we are respectfully,

THE WALSH DIRECTORY CO.,

Charlotte, X. C. :\lay 1, 19ia



GENERAL INDEX.



Page

Abbreviations 167

Asylums and Homes 87

Banks and Bankers 87

Business Organizations 87

Business Directory 457

Cemeteries 67

Church Directory 87

City Government 86

County Government 85

Educational 89

Fire Department 87

General Directory of Names:

White 167

Colored 379

Hospitals and Sanitariums 91

Incorporated Companies 91



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Judiciary 86

Military 97

Miscellaneous Directory:

(Appendix) 85

Newspapers 97

Post Office Department 98

Police Department 86

Public Schools 89

Private Schools and Colleges 89

Street Directory 101

Secret and Benevolent Organiza-
tions 98

Societies and Clubs 99

State Government 85

Theatres 100

United States Local Officials 100



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS.



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Abbott, F C — side lines and....opp. 314

Afro-American Ins Co 7

Andrews, F H 10

Avant Wood & Coal Co 9

Barringer, O L Co. — front cover

and opp. 178

Bigelow, W H — front cover and
side lines.

Black, C A opp. 255

Blair Bros. & Co 8

Blake, Jno S Drug Co. — top lines.
Branch's Detective Agency — bot-
tom lines.

P)ranner, W' M & Son 6

Buford Hotel opp. 269 and 309

Carolina Auto Co. — front cover.



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Carolina Pressing Club 9

Central Hotel opp. 179 and 378

Charlotte Advance Co 485

Charlotte Auto and Cycle Co 5

Charlotte Builders Supply Co.,

back bone and opp. 198

Charlotte Cordage Co opp. 199

Charlotte National Bank — front

cover.
Charlotte Sign Works, side lines
and top stencil.

Charlotte Transfer Co opp. 345

""ommercial National Bank — bot-
tom lines



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INDEX



Page
Crayton, J E & Co., bottom lines

and - opp. ,343

Dixon, G L 9

Eagles, J L - 10

East Charlotte Poultry Yards - 11

Efird's Department Store 7

Elam, C S 10

Elizalieth College, top lines and

opp. 218 and 219

Erie City Iron Works opp. 220

First National Bank, front cover

and top lines.

Gem Restaurant 487

Globe Electric Co opp. 366

Hotel Buford opp. 269 and 309

Hotel Selwyn opp. 254 and 332

Jacobs, R H 10

James, A T 486

King's Business College opp. 268

Life Ins. Co. of Va. — top lines.

Lummus. F H Sons Co 2

Masters & Agee Co 9

Mecklenburg Iron Works, side

lines and - opp. 291

Mecklenburg Marble & Granite

Co. — side lines.

Mellon, Ed Co opp. 333

Merchants & Farmers National

Bank, top lines.
Model Steam Laundry — back cover.
Mutual Building & Loan Assn.

opp. 290

New York Restaurant 8

News Publishing Co. opp. 302

Old North State Ointment Co 486

Page, Geo A 11

Parker-Gardner Co. — bottom lines
and opp. 308



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Parlor Barber Shop 11

Pine Forest Inn opp. 345

Presbyterian College, bottom lines

- 3 and opp. 315

Queen City Dyeing & Cleaning

Works 486

Queen City Printing Co. —

side lines.

Ray Printing Co 11

Robinson, C H & Co. — side lines.
Royal Benefit Society ..4 and opp. 379

Scales. J L 486

Sehv\m Hotel opp. 254 and 332

Southern Loan & Savings Bank

opp. 342

Southern Real Estate Loan &

Trust Co opp. 342

Spargo, M J 485

Stafford Co opp. 344

Standard Ice & Fuel Co., top lines

and opp. 344

Toomey Plumbing & Heating Co.,

side lines.
Traders Land Co. — bottom lines.
Union National Bank, bottom

lines, front stencil and front
cover.
Walker. Evans & Cogswell Co.,

378 and opp. 221

Washburn, A H — top lines and

front cover.

Wearn, J H & Co. — -bottom sten-
cil.

Whitted & White (Inc.) opp. 367

Willmann, A R Co. — top lines and 6
Withers, B F - 8



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PHOPSE 248



Hi^h Grade Work

Plumbing, Meatin'^
and Gas Fitting



CHARLOTTE DIRECTORY

HOR 1910



MISCELLANEOUS



DIRECTORY



STATE GOVERNMENT OF
NORTH CAROLINA

Governor — W W Kitchen
Lieutenant-Governor — W C New-
land

Private Secretarv to Governor — A
J Field

Secretary of State — J Bryan Grimes
State Treasurer — Benjamin R Lacy
State Auditor — Benjamin F Dixon
Attorney-General — T W Bickett
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion — J Y Jojmer
'Adjutant-General — T R Robertson
State Librarian— M O Sherrill
Superintendent of Public Buildings
— C C Slierry

State Standard Keeper — L H Lums-
den

Commissioner of Labor and Print-
ing — M L Shipman

Insurance Commissoner — James R
Young

State Printer— E M Uzzell

GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL

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

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

The Governor, Lieutenantl-Gover-
nor, Secretary of State, Treasurer,
Auditor, Superintendent of Public
Instruction and Attorney-General

STATE BOARD OF PUBLIC

BUILDINGS AND

GROUNDS

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



STATE BOARD OF PENSIONS

The Governor, Auditor, Treasurer
and Attorney-General

JUDICIARY

Supreme Court — Chief Justice Wal-
ter Clark

Associate Justices — P D Walker, H
G Connor, Geo H Brown, Jr, and Wm
A Hoke

COUNTY GOVERNMENT

Mecklenburg County

Charlotte County Seat — Court
House, South Tryon, S E cor 3d

Superior Court— J L Webb, Judge

Clerk— J A Russell

Deputy— P V Moody

Clerk invested with full probate
power

Sheriff— N W Wallace

Deputy — E O Johnson

Tax Collector (Charlotte Town-
ship) — The Sheriff

Register of Deeds — W M Moore

Deputy — R L Sing

Treasurer — Dr H J Walker

Surveyor — J B Spratt

Superintendent Education — R J
Cochran

Coroner — W A Gresham

Physician — Dr C S McLaughlin

Attorneys — Burwell & Cansler
Keeper County Home — W J Holton

Janitor Court House — S W Kirk-
patrick

County Commissioners — W M Long
Chairman; Wm N McKee, D A Hen"
derson, J A Xewell and W J Dunn



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S. U. BRANCH

General Manager.

FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDQ. LOCAL and LONG DISTANCE PHONE 2183
Civil, Criminal and Commercial Cases. Operating Anywhere.

REF-EREINCES OIN REQUEST



Merchants S Farmers National Bank

Accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited






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County Finance Committee — J H
McClintock, W S Pharr and J M
Davis

Tax Assessors — H C Severs and
A W Brown

Couiit3^ Board of Education — Wm
Anderson, Charlotte, Chairman; John
McDowell, Steele Creek; C H Cald-
well, Charlotte; B D Funderburk,
Matthews; A F Long, Huntersville

COURT CALENDAR

Superior Court, 12th Judicial Cir-
cuit — J L Webb, resident Judge; J A
Russell, clerk
Convenes:

3d Monday before 1st Monday in
March

7th Monday after 1st Monday in
March

13th Monday after 1st Monday in
March

3d Monday before 1st Monday in
September

3d Monday after 1st Monday in
September

13th Monday after 1st Monday in
September

Each term to continue two weeks
for trial of criminal cases exclusive-

'y , •

7th Monday before 1st Alonday m
March

1st ]\Ionday after 1st Monday in
March

7th Monday before 1st ^Monday in
September

8th Monday after 1st Monday in
March

14th ^Monday after 1st Monday in
March

12th Monday after 1st Monday in
September

4th Monday after 1st Monday in
September. This term to continue
three weeks for trial of civil cases
exclusively

Each term to continue one week
for trial of civil cases exclusively



CITY GOVERNMENT

(Executive Department)
Office, City Hall, N Tryon, S E

cor Sth

Mayor — Hon T W Hawkins

I Mayor Pro Tem — Plummer Stewart



City Clerk and Treasurer — A H
Wearn

City Tax Collector — J M Wilson
City Attorney— W C Maxwell
Chief of Police — T M Christenbury
City Recorder — W M Smith
City Physician — F O Hawley
City Engineer — Joseph Firth
Chief of Fire Department — W S
Orr

City Plumbing Inspector — Edw Hy-
land

City Cotton Weigher — J S With-
ers

City Electrician — F E Robinson
Superintendent of Schools — A Gra-
ham

Superintendent of Water Works —
P H Williams

Superintendent of Streets — D T
Ritch

Keeper of Elmwood Cemetery —
C M Berryhill

Keeper of Pinewood Cemetery — A
Phifer

Superintendent of Crematory — J W
Stewart

Janitor City Hall — W H Ross

ALDERMEN

1st Ward — W I Henderson, J B
McLaughlin, J A Fore, W H Hall

2d Ward — Plummer Stewart, T C
Toomey, W A Watson

3d Ward— Z T Smith, Thos Gara-
baldi, A M Guillet

4th Ward— E S Williams. J C Hun-
ter, W W Phifer

Sth Ward — Lewis Anderson

6th Ward — D A Johnston

7th Ward— E L Mason

Sth Ward— E R Smith, T W Crews

9th Ward— Dr J C Montgomery
10th Ward— D L Kistler
11th Ward— L W Wingate

EXECUTIVE BOARD

(Public Service)
J K Wolf, C A Williams, M M
]\Iurphy, Herbert Irwin, Jos Gara-
baldi

POLICE DEPARTMENT

(Headciuarters, City Hall)
Chief— T M Christenbiiry
Sergeants — J M Youngblood and W
H Pitts



Traders Land Company

Insurance — Investments — Homes



p. M. BROWN

President



MORRIS E. TROTTER

Vice-President



JNO. BASS BROWN
Secretary and Treasurer



The superior advantages offered in your Conservatory of Music and the High-Grade College

Course induced me to patronize

ELIZABETH COLLEGE



I am much pleased with my daughter's development.



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