From the North Carolina Year Book, 1902.
Justices of the Peace for Trinity Township were W.N. Elder of Maud, J.F. Mendenhall of Thomasville, B. L. Lineberry of Trinity, E.W. Pugh of Progress, W.M. Wilson of Archdale, and R.E. Mendenhall of High Point.
Public School Teachers: [I'm only posting those in the Archdale area]
Farlow, Miss May, Sophia
Elder, Miss Daisy, Archdale
Bulla, Miss Dora, Sophia
Bulla, Miss Bird, Sophia
Schools and Academies: [none in Archdale]
Ministers not in Towns: [none in Archdale]
Physicians not in Towns: J.M. Tomlinson, Archdale.
Factories, Cotton Gins, Cotton Mills, Lumber Plants, Saw Mills: [none]
Merchants not in Towns: S.F. Wall & Co., Sophia
Saloons: [none in Randolph County]
Incorporated in 1874.
Tax rate, 12 and a half c on $100
Town Officers. MAYOR- H.A. Tomlinson
CLERK- W.M. Wilson
TREASURER- W.M. Wilson
TAX COLLECTOR- John F. White
CHIEF OF POLICE- John F. White
BOARD OF ALDERMEN- H.A. Tomlinson, J.M. Tomlinson, T.S. Folwell, Lee Andrews, W.J. Wilson
PUBLIC SCHOOL SUPT. Miss Sallie Redding.
SCHOOL COMMITTEE- L.C. Andrews, E.W. Pugh, H.A. Tomlinson
POSTMASTER- J.M. Tomlinson
R.R. AGENT- A.C. English
EXPRESS AGENT- A.C. English
Ministers and Churches.
FRIENDS- D.C. Cox, Pastor.
Doctors. J.M. Tomlinson
H.A. Tomlinson & Co.
Archdale Poultry Yards.