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R. A. PARSLEY
J. W. BROOKS
J. H. REHDER
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vhich elects its own Chairman.

ler, Sam Bear, D. L. Gore.

C. McQueen, C. N. Evans, C. E. Taylor,

d, J. A. Springer, Wm. Gilchrist, S. M.

R. B. Slocum, T. B. Carroll, H. De W.
,en, E. J. Wood, M. M. Caldwell.

J. Van. B. Metts, J. H. Watters, T. C.
James, Hugh MacKae, W. A. Dick.

Legislative Committee:— Walker Taylor, D. McEachern, G. H. Smith.

New York and Chicago Quotation Committee: — J. I. Metts, R. H. Pickett,

R. A. Wright, J. H. Brown.
Membership Committee: — R. C. DeRosset, J. H. Davis, Meares Harriss, W. D-

MacMillan, Jr., W. C. Peterson, Henry Gieschen, J. M. Solky, H. L. Hunt.

W. A. French.

Agriculture and Immigration Committee: — Hugh MacRae, E. N. Clark, B. F.

Keith, C. J. Mitchell.
Harbor, Shipping and Commerce Committee: — Jas. Sprunt, H. G. Smallbones,

B. F. Hall, W. E. Worth, E. T. Taylor, J. S. WiUiams.

Towage and Pilotage Committee:— R. A. Parsley, R. R. Stone, T. D. Love,
E. D. Williams.

Quotations of Cotton Committee: — P. Pearsall, W. H. Sprunt, Wm. Calder,
Geo. W. Chestnut.

Public Utilities Committee: — M. W. Jacobi, L. B. Rogers, Geo. R. French, M.

W. Divine, P. Q. Moore, A. B. Skelding.
Manufacturing and Business Enterprises Committee: — E. C. Holt, J. B.

Mercer, J. Van. B. Metts, E. N. Clark, Thomas H. Wright, Geo. W. Kidder,

C. Van Leuven, W. J. Craig.

Advertising Committee: — M. F. H. Gouverneur, W. E. Springer, Louis Einstein,
Z. W. Whitehead, R. P. McClammy.

Classification and Traffic Committee: — J. A. Taylor, J. G. McCormick, G. J.
, Boney, R. A. Parsley.

Information and Statistics Committee: — J. H. Chadbourn, B. Solomon, H. G.
Smallbones, B. F. Keith, J. O. Reilly, J. S. Funchess.

Quotations on Naval Stores Committee:— J. Wilder, J. W. Brooks, F. A.
Thompson, J. S. McEachern, B. O. Stone.

Export and Import Committee: — W. H. Sprunt, F. A. Thompson, C. C. Coving-
ton, E. T. Taylor, V. H. Erpf, H. R. Bates, R. A. Brand, F. A. Fetter, J. R. Ste-
phenson.

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M. W. Divine, T. E. Wallace, W. Buckner.



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Farming Lands for Sale

We are the largest holders of Farming Lands in North Carolina,
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"Trucking Belt" of Eastern North Carolina.

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Wilmington, N. G,
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PUBLISHED BY

Hill Directory Company

WILMINGTON, N.C. AND RICHMOND, VA.

Containing a General and Business Directory, a Guide to the Streets of

Wilmington, N. C., Together with Much Useful Information

Classified as Miscellaneous.

SEE GENERAL INDEX, PAGE 13



Vol. <&&mM{B^ viii




Memmber Association of American Directory Publishers



COPYRIGHT 1911 BY HILL DIRECTORY CO.



Price, $5.00.

For sale by C. W. YATES & CO., 117 Market Street.

Directories of Other Cities on File in the Chamber of Commerce Office,
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PREFACE.



The measure of a town's progressiveness is the growth of its banking
business. The banking resources of Wilmington have grown 340 per
cent in the past ten years. — (Now over $12,000.00.)

An indication of the business of a town is the growth of its Post
Office receipts. The post office receipts of Wilmington have increased
over 247 per cent in the last ten years — (Now over $105,000.)

The proof of the growth of a seaport is its increase in imports and
exports. The imports and exports of Wilmington have increased in
the last decade 2147 per cent— (Now over $28,000,000.)

This is sufficient proof of our rapid and substantial growth. The
following are twelve of the many reaons for it, and will show why we
expect to double our population in the next ten years: —

1. Wilmington is North Carolina's seaport city, the gateway of her
commerce and trade. North Carolina is a vast state in area, larger
than New York or Pennsylvania, and almost as large as New England.
Wilmington is the natural distributing point for North Carolina and
parts of South Carolina and Georgia. Think what it would mean if
all of New England had only one such distributing seaport, and it will
then be realized why Wilmington must grow, and is growing to meet
the demands of this vast territory whose bountiful natural resources
have hardly been touched.

2. Wilmington has the freight facilities of six lines of railroads,
competing with water rates. Vessels come here from all parts of the
world, our wharves accommodating Ocean steamers drawing 2A\
feet. Our channel will soon be deepened to 30 feet.

3. From the Middle West, the Panama Canal will be in more direct
communication via Wilmington than by any other South Atlantic-
seaport, and cargoes to and from Wilmington will not be subject to
the dangers of Cape Hatteras.

4. The projected Coastal Inland Waterway moves directly by Wil-
mington, and has already been completed to Beaufort, N. C.

5. Wilmington is the center of the greatest vegetable producing
district in the United States. A few years ago no strawberries were
raised except for domestic use; now WILMINGTON IS THE LAR-
GEST STRAWBERRY RAISING DISTRICT IN THE WORLD.
It is the LARGEST LETTUCE PRODUCING DISTRICT IN THE
WORLD, and next to the largest peanut market.



6. WILMINGTON IS THE SECOND LARGEST COTTON-
MARKET ON THE SOUTH ATLANTIC SEABOARD, and the
FOURTH LARGEST EXPORTING COTTON MARKET IN THE
WORLD.

7. Our "Back Country" strength: There are within 50 miles of
Wilmington over one million acres of idle land having the finest grade
of soil type found in the Atlantic Coastal plain. In addition, there
are available large ares of land of somewhat less valuable soil types
but which are also highly suitable for agricultural uses. On the fine
sandy loam with clay subsoil, a farm population of a half million could
easily be supported, and an urban population of a quarter of a million
in cities and towns.

8. Wilmington has eleven Building & Loan Associations, showing
the thrift and industry of its home-builders.

9. Wilmington is that point on the Atlantic Coast where there is
neither extreme heat nor excessive cold. A case of death has neve r
been caused by sunstroke or by freezing.

10. Wilmington is the only point on the Atlantic Seaboard which is
both a winter and a summer resort. Its mild winter months are the
delight of Northern tourists, while the cool, invigorating summer
season attracts travellers from the South, the location of Wilmington
being easily accessible from both Northern and Southern states.

11. Wilmington is within ten miles by trolley of W r rightsville Beach,
the most attractive seaside resort on the Atlantic Coast.

12. Wilmington has factories, oil mills, cotton mills, lumber mills,
machine shops, cotton compresses and many miscellaneous industries,
but it wants more of them.

In this small space it is difficult to enumerate the advantages of
Wilmington and its surroundings, but enough has been said to show
its remarkable progress beginning with the "Awakening of the South."
The reasons above stated, coupled with our great natural advantages
will compel people to come here when these advantages are known.
And to call attention to these advantages is the object of this adver-
tisement.

Every inquiry will receive prompt attention from that member of
the chamber of Commerce most competent to deal with each specific
case. We want energetic men in every line of business from every
part of this country, and will extend to them a hearty welcome and
our earnest co-operation.

Many new people have come to our section bringing with them valuable
ideas and new methods. This is the kind of people we want, and this is
*he kind to whom our unexcelled and unexploited resources will bring
prosperity and wealth.

q^. Address:

^ Chamber of Commerce, Wilmington, North Carolina.

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Home Office,
Charlotte, North Carolina.




A FRATERNAL INSURANCE ORGANIZATION, opera-
ting under the laws of North Carolina.

Why you should join THE ROYAL FRATERNAL AS-
SOCIATION.

1st. It is a Home Organization and gives employment
to a large number of our people.

2nd. We give a larger amount of Insurance for the
premium received than any regular Insurance Company.

3rd. The ROYAL FRATERNAL ASSOCIATION helps
you when you are out of employment.

4th. You may take a certificate with the ROYAL
FRATERNAL ASSOCIATION from 30 cents to $4.00 per
month.



5th. The payments are made monthly, and you are
not bothered with collectors every week.

6th. The ROYAL FRATERNAL ASSOCIATION gives
the best protection for sickness, accident and death.

Liberal terms are offered to reliable and energetic men
and women. For further information address.



Phone 1549



GEO. W. LUTTERLOH, Soliciting Organizer

402 South Seventh Street, WILMINGTON, N. C.



GENERAL INDEX



Abbreviations 41

Banks 21

Building and Loan Associations 22

Business Directory 413

Cemeteries 24

Chamber of Commerce 26

Churches 22

City Government 16

Clubs 24

Commercial Organizations 26

County Government 17

Courts 20

Fire Department 16

Hospitals and Homes 27

Index to Advertisements 14

Jewish Orders 27

Map front of book

Military 27

Military Associations 28

Police Department 16

Post-office 19

Public Schools 29

Retail Merchants' Association 26

Societies— Miscellaneous 29

Societies — Secret 30

State Government 17

Street Guide 34

United States Government 19

Young Men's Christian Association 30



Index to Advertisements



Reference is especially invited to the following Alphabetical List
of Responsible, Enterprising, Advertising Business Men, and also to
the names in BLACK TYPE throughout the Book of those who take
pride in sustaining the Directory, and who do not borrow their neigh-
bor's Directory:

American National Bank 419

Astyptodyne Chemical Co left top lines

Atlantic Paint and Varnish Works right top lines

Bardin Moto Co., Inc opp 361

Barnes, R. L. Safe & Lock Co 72

Bellamy, Robert A right bottom lines

Branch's National Detective Agency left bottom lines

Brock, John 439

Brunswick Wood & Coal Co right top lines

Burke, J. T 87

Callihan Pump and Well Co back cover and 91

Cape Fear Machine Works back cover and 463

Cape Fear Oil Co 6

Cantwell Lumber Co 462

Carolina Cut Stone Co back cover

Carolina Insurance Co back cover and 40

Carolina Trucking Development Co 3

Coster, Carl G 438

Cumming, Wm. M front stencil edge

Daniels, C. H. & Co 461

Dick, Wm. A front cover

Dick & Williams front cover

Divine, M. W. & Co left top lines

Eureka Pressing Club right bottom lines

Evening Dispatch back fly leaf

Foster, D. R. & Co front cover and right bottom lines

Giles Clayton & Son right top lines

"Good Luck" Baking Powder opp 73

Hyman Supply Co front cover

Interstate Audit Co 413

Krahnke, F. H. & Sons back cover and 224

Leitner, Joseph F left bottom lines

Life Insurance Co., of Va left top lines

Mac Millan, Wm. D., Jr 416

Mercer & Evans Co right side lines

Metropolitan Life Insurance Co back cover

Metts, J. Van B right bottom lines and 259



Meyer Leger right side lines

Montague Manufacturing Co right top lines and opp 249

Moore's Roger Sons & Co back fly leaf

Munroe, W. & Co left side lines

Murchison, J. \V. <S: Co 4

Xiestlie, Win right side lines and 280

Orrell Livery Co front cover

Orton, The 3

Palace Market inside back cover and 425

Pilcher, P. P 4

Piatt & Haar 299

Prease Bros. Co back cover

Pridgen's Pressing Club front cover

Pure Food Market beginning each letter of alphabet

Queen City Cycle Co left top lines and 306

Reilly, James Owen front cover and 312

ReVille & Camache right side lines

Richmond Press opp 104

Royal Fraternal Association 12

Schad, Joe opp 360

Seitter, Geo. F right top lines

Simmons, Geo. C 449

Smith Roofing Co left bottom lines and 5

Sneed, A. C. & Co 347

Southern Manufacturing Co opp 73

Southern Map Co right bottom lines and 249

Stephens, Burett H left side lines

Taylor Walker top and bottom stencils and 364

Thrope, W. B. & Co back cover

Tidewater Power Co left side lines

Tucker's Wilmington Granite and Marble Works, front cover and 371

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co opp 105

Waddey, Everett Co bet. 376 and 377

Wilder, Herbert F left side lines

W r illson Co., The bet. 408 and 409

Wilmington Chaimber of Commerce inside front cover

Wilmington Furniture Co right bottom lines

Wilmington Grocery Co right side lines

Wilmington Iron Works right side lines

Wilmington Morning Star 7

Wilmington Pawn and Loan Office 400

Wilmington Slate and Metal Roofing Co right side lines

Wilmington Stamp Works left bottom iines

Woodward & Son right top lines and opp 248

Wright, J . G. & Son backbone

Yates, C. W. & Co front cover and 8



MISCELLANEOUS



CITY GOVERNMENT



Mayor — Joseph D Smith

City Attorney — Herbert Mc-
Clammy

Asst City Attorney — George L
Peschau

City Clerk and Treasurer —
Thomas D Meares

Tax Collector— Charles JI
White

City Engineer— F F Fillet

Recorders Court — J J Furlong
judge, F T Skipper clerk Marsden
Bellamy atty

Councilmen

M. G. Tiencken, Bernice C
Moore, Parker Quince Moore, Wm
E Perdew

Superintendent of Health — Dr
Charles T Nesbitt

Milk Inspector— Dr T B Carroll

Plumbing Inspector — R H
Grant

Building Inspector — Charles
Schnibben

Superintendent of Streets — R
Grant

Clerks of Markets

Front-Street Market— T II
Johnson

Fourth-Street Market— S O
Frink



Police Department

Chief of Police — John J Fowler
Captain— C W Woolard
Sergeants— Geo W Smith, H W
Howell, C E Wood, E J Grimsley

Fire Department

Chief — Charles Schnibben

Asst Chief— Will P Monroe

Supei intendent — Fire Alarms —
John T Yates

Co No 1, 4th cor Princess, Thos
B. Jackson foreman

Co No 2, 6th cor Castle, Wil-
liam A Canady foreman

Hose Co No 3, 606 n 4th, Lud-
wig Freimuth foreman

Chemical Co No 1, 4th nr Mar-
ket, Peter N Fick foreman

Hook and Ladder Co No 1, 4th
nr Market, W P Monroe foreman

Location Fire-Alarm Boxes

3 taps, fire out of testing cir-

cuit

5 taps, calls out extra hose wag-

on

4 taps, shut off electric light

6 taps, calls out extra engine
10 taps, riot call

12 taps, general alarm

13 Wilmington Compress

14 Nutt and Brunswick

15 Hilton Lumber Co

16 Fourth and Brunswick

17 Fifth and Nixon

18 Seventh and Harnett



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1!) Eight and Hanover

21 Champion Compress

22 Second and Market

23 Water and Chestnut

24 Front and Red Cross

25 Front and Grace

26 Third and Red Cross

27 Third and Princess

28 Fourth and Grace

31 Sixth and Campbell

32 Sixth and Princess

33 Hemenway School
3-1 Seventh and Grace

35 Ninth and Chestnut

36 Seventh and Dock

41 Market and Water

42 Dawson and Surry

43 Front and Orange

44 Surry & Castle

45 Front and Castle

46 Third and Nun

47 Third and Wooster

48 Fifth and Orange

49 Fifth and Castle

51 Seventh and Nun

52 Seventh and Queen

53 Eight and Market

54 Twelfth and Market

55 Eight and Dawson

56 Fifth and Dawson
61 Ninth and Orange
66 Union School

112 City Hospital

114 Seventh and Brunswick

123 Standard Oil Co

124 Ninth and Red Cross

125 Carolina Apartments

126 Fourth and Harnett

211 City Livery Co

212 Front and Princess

411 Second and Wright

412 Kidder's Mill



COUNTY GOVERNMENT

New Hanover County



Sheriff — Samuel P Cowan
Chief Deputy— James H Tay-
lor Jr
Asst Deputy — W Harvey Cox
Clerk Superior Court — John D
Taylor

Deputy Clerk — Wm N Harriss
Register of Deeds — John Haar
Treasurer — Hector McL Green
Coroner— Charles D Bell M D
Jailer — John M Branch
County Commissioners — Dun
can McEachern, chairman ; Henry
L Vollers, M W Divine, J Van B
Metts, J A Kerr

Board of Audit and Finance of
County Commissioners — Duncan
McEachern, Henry L Vollers, M
W Divine, Clerk to Board; W A
Williams

Janitor Court House — W II
Howe

County Superintendent Schools
— Washington Catlett

Superintendent Health — Wm
D McMillan M D



STATE GOVERNMENT



Executive Department
Governor — Hon W W Kite
Lieutenant-Governor — Hon
C Newland



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MISCELLANEOUS



Secretary of State — J Bryan
Grimes

Auditor— W P Wood

Treasurer — Benjamin K Lacy

Superintendent of Public In-
struction — J Y Joyner

Attorney-General — T W Bickett

Law Clerk — G L Jones

Adjutant-General — R L Leins-
ter

State Librarian — W O Sherrill

Secretary to Board of Agricul-
ture and in Charge of Immigra-
tion — Elias Carr

Insurance Commissioner —

James R Young

Commissioner of Agriculture —
AY A Graham

State Veterinarian — W G
Christman

State Chemist — B W Kilgore

State Geologist — Joseph H
Pratt

Commissioner of Labor and
Printing — M L Shipman

Superintendent of Public
Buildings and Grounds — C C
Cherry

The Governor's council consists
of the Secretary of State. Trea-
surer, Auditor. Superintendent of
Public Instruction



Corporation Commission

Corporation Commissioners —
Chairman. Franklin McNeil, Ra-
leigh; Members. H C Brown and
W T Lee; Clerk, A J Maxwell.
Raleigh



Supreme Court of North Carolina

Chief Justice — Walter Clark,
Raleigh

Associate Justices — William A
Hoke, Lineolnton Geo II Brown
Jr, Washington; Wm B Allen,.
Goldsboro ; Piatt D Walker, Char-
lotte

Meets in Raleigh first Monday
in February and last Monday in
August

Judges of the Superior Court of
North Carolina

First District — G W Ward,
Washington

Second District— R B Peebles,
Jackson

Third District— Harry W
Whedbee. Greenville

Fourth District — C M Cooke,
Louisburg

Fifth District— Oliver H Al-
len, Kinston

Sixth District— Frank A Dan-
iels, Goldsboro

Seventh District — C C Lyon,
Elizabethtown

Eighth District — W J Adams.
Carthage

Ninth District — J C Biggs.
Durham

Tenth District — Benj F Long.
Statesville

Eleventh District — Henry P
Lane, Reidsville

Twelfth District — James L
Webb, Shelby

Thirteenth District— E B Cline,
Hickorv



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Fourteenth District — M II Jus-
tice, Rutherfordton

Fifteenth District— Frank Car-
ter, Asheville

Sixteenth District— G S Fer-
guson, "Waynesville



PORT WARDENS

(lliy 2 n Water)

Port Wardens — William N Har-
ris, E D Williams, L H Skinner



UNITED STATES GOVERN-
MENT



President— Wm H Taft, Ohio;
salary, $75,000

Vice-President — James S Sher-
man, New York; salary, $12,000

Secretary of State — Philander
C Knox, Pennsylvania ; salary.
$1^000

Secretary of Treasury — Frank-
lin MacVeagh, Illinois; salary,
$12,000

Secretary of War — William H
Stinson, New York; salary, $12.-
000

Secretary of Navy — Geo von L
Meyer, Massachusetts ; salary.
$12,000

Secretary of Interior — Walter
L Fisher. Illinois; salary, $12,000

Secretary of Agriculture — Jas
Wilson, Iowa ; salary, $12,000



Secretary of Commerce and
Labor — Chas N Nagyl, Missouri;

salary, $12,000 . .

Postmaster-General — Frank 1 1
Hitchcock, Massachusetts; salary.
$12,000

Attorney-General — Geo W
Wickersham, New York; salary.
$12,000

Speaker of the House — Champ
Clark, Missouri; salary, $12,000

Custom House

Collector of Customs — Benjn-
min F Keith

Deputy Collector — Thomas L
Vines

Inspector — Edward G Polly

Custodian — James E Howard

Post Office

Postmaster — Thos E Wallace
Assistant Postmaster — Warren
G Elliott

Money Order Clerk— J D Dos-
cher Jr

Registry Clerk— Roht F Col-
well
Asst Registry Clerk — J A Price
Stamp Clerk— H B Wilson
General Delivery Clerks — Enoch
L Lee, E H Davis

Clerks— J J Loughlin, E B
Loughlin, Jno W Moore. R II
Morris, A B Guyton. J Mercer
Taylor. C H Holsonback, A A
Hergenrother, G W Hill. O C Hill.
L G Jordan

Carriers— W H Cutlar, W A
Green, R H White. J E Hall, J W



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Neil, AV G A Otersen, Alex Samp-
son, Wm Sheehan Jr O D Telfair,
Warren C Noyes, Henry AV Thur-
ber, J AV Holt, Chas A Stewart, J
A Fettel, C AV Hollowbush, E Ros-
coe Hall,

Substitute Carriers — C D Mae-
pass, P R Jordan, A E Nixon

Special Messengers — C AV Clem-
enson, LeRoy Street



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