`COMBS LUMBER C0. 439 EAST MAIN ·1
-· 'NCORPQRATED PHONES 139, 156
_; "In!•ri0r Finish, Builders of Artistic Homes WAREHOUSE PHONE 25 ,  
` 16 R. L. POLK & c0.’s LEXINGTON CITY DIRECTORY
‘ . Board of Education-—C0ncluded
I Schools and Teachers Y
(Colored) i
_ Hattie Baker, supervisor of music; Cloe \xVebb, supervisor I
j of domestic science I
- . Second Street Scho0l—J ll Caulder, principal I
J Patterson Street School-Fannie H VVhite, principal I I
Russell Scho0l—\N' ll Fouse, supervisor
  A Bands and Orchestras
` Grella’s Band, 407 VV Main
i _ Saxton 8; Trost, 123 N Mill
j` BANKS
· Bank of Commerce, 111 E Main Organized 1012 Capital
j stock, $150,000; surplus and undivided profits, $25,000
Y I W Mantel, president; O D Randolph, vice-president:
I ‘ J VV Richardson, vice-president; F G Stilz, cashier;
A H A Stilz, assistant cashier
` · Fayette National Bank, organized 1870 Capital $300,000;
‘ surplus and undivided profits, $344,000 J E Bassett.
_ ‘ president; J T Tunis, vice president; \\7 F \Varren, I
’ cashier 167 XV Main
  First and City National llank, 271 \V Main Organized
1865 Capital stock, $475,000; surplus and undivided
I prolits, $101,000 I, G Fox, chairman of the Board;
J \V Stoll, president; J \V Porter, cashier
i Phoenix and Third National Bank, 123-125 VV Main In-
1. · corporated 1883 Capital stock $800,000; surplus and
` undivided prohts, $160,000 Y Alexander, president:
' Irl P Headley, vice—president; \\" A McDowell, vice-
; president; \V l. Threlkeld, cashier
. Phoenix and Third Trust Co, 123-125 Wl Main Capital
g stock, $200,000 Y .¤\lexander, president; H P Head-
; ley, vice—president; W' .\ McDowell, vice—presidenti
1· S W T., Threlkeld, secretary and treasurer
;_ Second National lilank, 123 Cheapside Organized April.
1883 Capital stock, $150,000; surplus and undivided
I profits, $100,000 D ll James, president; George S
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