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MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION.
STATE GOVERNMENT.
Governor—Augustus E. Willson.
Lieutenant Governor—\7Vm. H. Cox.
Secretary of State--Ben L. Bruner.
Auditor——~Frank P. james.
Treasurer—Edward Farley.
Attorney General———]ames Breathitt.
Supt. Public I11struction—Ellsworth Regenstein.
Commissioner of Agriculture—M. E. Rankin.
Adjutant General——P. P. Johnston.
State Librarian—Frank E. Kavanaugh.
Insurance Commissioner-C. W. Bell.
FAYETTE COUNTY OFFICERS.
Court House, W. Main, between Upper and Cheapside. I
Senator———Thomas A. Combs.
County Representative-C. C. Patrick. _
City Representative—Wm. F. Klair.
judge Circuit Court—VVatts Parker.
Commonwealth Attorney—]ol1n R. Allen.
Clerk Circuit Court-]. C. Rogers.
SheriiT—D. W. Scott.
County ]udge—]. Percy Scott.
County Clerk—Theo Lewis.
County Auditor——-C. M. Mathews.
County Attorney—D. Gray Falconer.
County Assessor-—T. C. Bradley

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m x County ]ailor-Wm. ]. Ahern.
  O m County School Superintendent-Nannie G. Faulconer.
K Q County Surveyor--]. W. Gunn.
(J : County Treasurer-]. W. Rodes.
. ·¤·- Q County Supervisor of Roads-C. F. Estill.
t I -= County Back Tax Assessor-Willa Viley.
. Q- County Weigher-Alex. Foley.
- 3 E FISCAL coURT.
(,9 E First District-Benjamin D. Bell, Lexington.
‘ Second-C. ]. Haggan, Lexington.
Third-Frank S. Graves, Lexington.
  é gourth-]. T. Farmer, Lexington.
ifth-Abner Oldham, Lexington.
C Q: Sixth-Wm. Bowman, Lexington.
i Sieventh-R. R. Barker, Lexington.
  ighth-]. W. Coleman, Lexington.
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. : CITY GOVERNMENT.
` ‘ ¤ -1 EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
- g City Hall, 126 E. Main. .
_ Mayor-]ohn Skain.
» , E-D guditor-Moses Kaufman.
Z reasurer-]ohn VV. Bain.
m Assessor-]ohn McElroy.
L Back Tax Collector-]. ]. Riley.
Back Tax Assessor-D. C. Hunter.
Q Clerk-]. E. Cassidy.
.   Police ]udge-Butler T. Southgate.
cn Supt. Public Works-W. M. Bateman.
Engineer-P. P. O’Neill.
w ]ailor-]olm W. Masner.
T Q Physician-Dr. S. L. Helm.
j` : Health Officer-Dr. N. R. Simmons.]
`_ = Weigher-Matthew McNamara.
_. Solicitor-]. E. Allen.
_' Q   Attorney-Wallace Muir.
  I BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
{ +3 E. D. Veach, president; R. A. Vanderveer, W. K. Bay-
p` w less, I. ]. Miller, ]ohn Scott, Mat Walton, Patrick
P Mooney, R. B. Vl/addy.
  ‘   BOARD OF COUNCILMEN.
— ]. T. McCarty, president; ]. M. Baughn, ]ames Burk, C.
' Buchignani, C. P. Dodd, L. F. Hultman, ]. G. Cra-
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mer, j. E. McFarland, H. W. Renick, j. H. Over-
street, W. S. Hunt, Henry Vogt.
BOARD OF POLICE AND FIRE COMMISSIONERS
john Skain, chairman; j. VVood Browning, Newton
Stout, W. H. Reiser, C. T. Grinstead.
BOARD OF HEALTH.
Dr. j. C. Carrick, president; Dr. N. L. Bosworth, F. H.
Clarke, W O. Bullock, j. W. Pryor, Dr. N. R. Sim-
mons, Health OiIicer; john Skain, ex—otTicio.
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS.
W. M. Bateman, chairman; A. M. Harrison, W. H. Mc-
Corkle.
POLICE DEPARTMENT.
Headquarters, 218 W. Water.
Chief-]. j. Reagan. “
Night Chief——Wm. jenkins.
Captain-—Dennis j. McCarty.
r Lieutenant—C. H. Overly..
Sergeants—Austin Price, jas. C. Stewart. "
Patrolmen—j. F. Barry, Robert Hale, Michael Crowley,
Ed Tincher, james Grant, Bernard McCrystal, R.
Maloney, N. Harkins, j. C. Lankston, james Egan,
Owen O’Neil1, Luke Doyle, T. Clohesey, james Col-
lins, Thos. Hanly, john Hafey, john D. Shay, Marion
Smith, Frank Sloan, Lewis Hambrick, Raymond
Sharp, Ernest Thompson, j. j. Hutchcraft, j. B. Hy-
song, john Douglas, john Dineen, Benj. McCann,
Tine McCoy, j. j. jackson, j. D. Feeney.
Sanitary Inspector—E. K. Cropper.
Patrol Drivers——I. D. Brown, Wm. E. Looney.
Ambulance Driver-—Tim Maher.
janitor——*Porter jackson.
License Inspector-—james Donlon.
Park Policeman--Frank Merritt.
DETECTIVE FORCE.
Ly_ VV. M. Brown, chief; j. C. Ford,, T. S. Stewart, T. F.
ck Donlon, H. j. Baker, D. B. Veal, j. B. Ryan.
FIRE DEPARTMENT. ,
Headquarters, Central Station No. 1,
120-128 W. Short.
C‘ Chief-——W. A. jesse. -
Ia` Asst. Chief——O. VV. Shryock.-

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_ 4 439 E. MAIN, 919 W. HIGH SASH, DOORS, _ _ 4
. mn Phones 1:-ns, 25, 156 sunns and Planlng MIII
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Em 4 Captain——Wm. Sullivan.
S ,.][-1 {IH Hose Co. No. 2, 468 Maple av., W. C. Bryant, captain. I
nlgn Hose Co.- No. 3, Pine, near Patterson, Wm Lanckart, I
captain. I
Q gQ i Vogt Hose Co. No. 4, jefferson and Maryland av., I
m Thomas Rood, captain. I
I   Woodland Hose Co. No. 5, 304 Woodland av., G. W I
{hm Q Muir, captain. I
K   LOCATION OF FIRE ALARM BOXES. i
· M _ First District. ]
(U) H Box 12 Main and Broadway. ]
  EW E Box 13 High and Broadway. I
SO Box 14 Maxwell and Broadway. %
Box 15 High and Merino.
Z   E Box 16 Maxwell and Madison Place. ]
;- Om 0 Box 17 Main and Cox. 1
p I S Box 18 High and Maxwell. ]
L m Box 19 Vine and Patterson.  
< Box 123 S. Spring and Q. & C. Frt. Depot. i
“ "T: Box 131 Broadway and Bolivar. {
.2 Box 132 Broadway and Bowyer. A
· _- ` m E Box 134 Broadway and Virginia av.
; Box 142 Merino and DeRoode. j
V G lg Box 152 Manchester and Willard. `
· m El Box 181 High and Q. & C. Crossing.  
dl Second District.  
i m 3 Box 21 Mill and Short.  
Box 22 Fifth and Smith. 1
° F Box 23 Second and Mill.
Box 24 Short and Home of Friendless
I M Box 25 Main and ]eiTerson. —
ei 53) Box 26 Short and Georgetown.
~ ‘ I Box 212 E. K. Asylum.
·· Box 213 Second and Georgetown.
z M lg Box 214 Third and Blackburn av.
I ··¤ Box 215 Fourth and Henry.
  m (Q Box 216 Georgetown and Hickory.
; 3 Box 217 Sixth and jeiterson.
jg < Box 218 \Vh1tney av.
Qi lf) Box 219 Georgetown and Colored Orphan Home.
m Fi Box 231 Fourth and Broadway.
j "I Box 241 Sixth and Broadway.
Box 242 Fayette Park.
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Third District.
Box 31 Main and \/Valnut.
`L Box 32 Constitution and Walnut.
Box 34 Third and Limestone.
M Box 35 Third and Deweese.
Box 36 Fourth and Upper.
V Box 37 Short and Limestone.
Box 312 Fifth and Limestone.
Box 313 Short and Deweese.
Box 314 Seventh and Limestone.
Box 315 Loudon av. and Limestone.
Box 316 Arceme and Cleveland av.
Box 321 Fifth and Chestnut.
Box 323 Upper and Mechanic.
Box 324 Third and Race.
Box 325 Sixth and Elm Tree lane.
Box 326 Sixth and Walniit.
Box 327 Seventh and Chestnut.
Box 328 Breckinridge and Jackson.
Box 329 \Valton and Hambrick av.
Box 341 Corral and Megowan.
Box 352 Fourth and V\/`alnut.
Fourth District.
Box 41 High and Lexington av.
Box 42 High and Limestone.
Box 43 Mill and VVater.
Box 44 Limestone and Graham av.
Box 45 Limestone and Maxwell.
Box 46 Main and Upper.
Box 47 Main and Limestone.
Box 411 Upper and Herndon Place.
Box 412 Main and Drake.
_ Box 413 High and Drake.
Box 414 Kentucky and Central av.
Box 415 Main and Park.
Box 416 Fayette and Central av.
Box 417 Main and Ashland
Box 418 High and Ashland.
Box 421 Rose and Maxwell.
Box 422 Linden and Euclid av.
Box 423 Mill and Pine.
Box 424 Limestone and Leader av.
Box 425 Rose and Columbia av.
Box 431. Upper and Bolivar.
Rox 432 l"rall and VVinnie

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» E _Q M. A, Scovell pres.,    Porter,.sec.,   T. Tunis, Charles
= E Scott, R. D. Williams. Office First National Bank.
:" UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE. L
‘ Q POSTOFFICE BUILDING.
, g Collector—T. A. Field.
Chief Deputy Collector—I·Iarry R. McEldowney.
Q Cashier—Theodore M. Shaw.
. POSTOFFICE.
x E. Main, cor. Walnut.
. __- Standard Time. R
£ Executive Division—Room end of V\/alnut street corri·
_ dor. Office hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Thomas L.
' ' VValker, postmaster; David N. Zimmerman, asst.
: c A postmaster; Henry D. V\/ilson, stenographeir. H S
g Re uests for improvements in the service an a com-
Q_ = qplaints should be made to the postmaster’s office. S
N The entry of new publications and the regulations
A ,= governing the mailing of second-class matter and or- P
A , G ders for request envelopes should be made here. Ac· E
‘ _· = counts against the postmaster paid at this office.
1 - N Money Order Division—Open from 8:30 a. m. to 9:00
_   p. m. VValter M. Bruce, Miss Katie T. Hardesty.
— 0 clerks. Domestic and foreign money orders issued
g E and paid in this department. E
Registry Division———Open from 8:30 a. m. to 9:00 p. m.
— E Q bl-Ienry F. Chapman, Walter j. jordan, clerks. All 1.
[I. as valuable matter should be registered and mailed in
this Division.
Ia l Stamp and General Delivery Division—Open from 6:30 E
-, = 2 a. m. to 9 p. m. Miss Emma S. Gilroy, Miss Mattie
._ G _= VValker, Mrs. Sadonia M. Elkins, Charles F. VI/ord, 1;
. *0 clerks.
_ 2 ¤¤¤¤ Mailing Division—john VV. Rucker, Otta T. jones, Clar- E
i S ¤ ence B. Miller, G. Stanley Milligan, George A. Batc-
· gy il man, Ernest B. Foley, Andrew Harmon, clerks. I
f u 2 This division has charge of the classification, distri-
g Q bution and dispatch and mails. I
__ 'E '5 Rural and City Delivery Division--George R. Warren,
‘ Q u supt. ; james C. Mahoney, john B. Irvine, Miss Mar- I
` garet Carroll, james M. West, clerks. To this divi-
t E sion is assigned the supervision of all mail matter
I delivered in the city by carrier, through lock boxes or

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general delivery. Boxes rented and keys issued and
les returned. The delivery of special letters by messen-
,k_ gerls`; also the supervision of the rural carrier service
in ayette county.
Letter Carriers-—W .S. Anderson, Arthur F. Adams, Q.
A. Bailey, C. F. Bowman, Raymond Cropper, H. M.
Crosthwaite, A. L. Digmond, Thomas Gunn, W. R.
Owings, ]. R. Smith, R. F. Williams, Frank P. Dia-
mond, P. C. Foushee, Russell S. Griii’ee, Fleet M.
Hayes, Joseph H. Hukle, Samuel \V. Marrs, Samuel
R. McCoe, W. R. Monta ue, Robert L. Oots, Andrew
Scott, Benjamin B. Simgox, ]ohn B. Snowden, E. L.
Simcox, Clarence N. Welch. “
Rural Carriers—Marshall Alverson, Elijah Cunningham,
·ri· ]ohn Gilchrist, George G. Helm, Edward W. ]ack—
L. son, C. M. Marshall, ]ohn H. Scruggs, I. S. Vande-
rst. ver, ]. H. Marshall, Guy Gordon, W. C. S. Hayden.
Substitute Carriers—F. A. Durst, ]. H. Laval, F. VV.
m- Smith.
ce. Special Delivery Messengers-VVm. B. Prather, Clarence
ms Zimmerman, ]r.
Oy- PostoiTice Messenger-—]ames Ellis.
xc- Board of Civil Service Examiners—Henry D. \Vilson.
secy; Samuel Marrs and james C. Mahoney, mem-
:00 bers. Application for examination for positions in
ity, Sie poitofficci-land information on civil service should
1ed e ma e to t e secretary.
RURAL ROUTES IN FAYETTE COUNTY SERV-
  ING THE FOLLOVVING PIKESQ
Liu Route N0. 1—Richmond, Mt. Tabor, Hickman Creek,
DeLong, Armstrong Mill and 'l`ate`s Creek Pikes.
_3O Route No. 2—Versailles, Vanmeter Lane, Bosworth
iic Ilgaine, Vanmeter, Elkchester, Redd’s and Frankfort
1 567 McClelland Bldg. l
. Q R. P. Shryock, president; C. ]. Myers, vice president; G.
_ g Ig A. Holland, Robert Kennedy, A. M. Miller, ]. E.
` Neely, C. T. Roszell, S. VV. VVilson, F. G. Ott, ]. M. ]
5: U ’ Kelly, George Land, A. VV. Skinner; M. A. Cassidy,
. g g supt. city schools; ]. O. H. Simrall, clerk of board. 1
` V D COMMITTEES FO`R 1910. I
’ 5 E Finance and Accounts——Myers, Kelly, Miller and \/Vilson. -
. Contracts and Salaries-—Skinner and Myers.
· , Building and Repairs——Holland and Kennedy. _
;' Examination of Teacl1ers—Miller. Neely and Roszell. ·
3 Supplies and Printing-—Skinner, Land and Neely.
i g ... Rules——Roszell, Miller and VVilson. l
  8 Colored Schools——Kennedy, Myers and Holland.
‘§ Q N Music-——-Neely, Roszell and Skinner.
. E Kindergartens—V\7ilson, Ott and Holland.
B ¤ Hygiene and Sanitation-Kelly, Land and Ott.
i. Library——Land, \Nilson and Kennedy.
ii.? Manual Training—·—Land. Myers and Skinner.
-` N 3 SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS.
"_ · - M. A. Cassidy, superintendent; C. F. Croxton, supervisor
Q. m V, of music; Mary Kinkead, supervisor of drawing;
_ ¤• g Mary Rodes and Anna Bean, supervisors of physical
¥ —··· science.
·—   : Arlington School+Robert A. Newman, principal.
Q ¤-I GJ Dudley School—Mrs. Milfred Vi/hite, principal.
Q O E (Harrison) Second VVard School—F. R. Sparks, prin-
ii cipal. `
‘ = High School-Milton Elliott, principal; Mazie \Nolver—
A ton, asst. principal.
Y johnson School—W. F. DeMoss, principal.
Maxwell School——E. F. Daranaby, principal.

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H VVest End School—Elizabeth Cloud, principal.
—d . KINDERGARTEN DEPARTMENT.
1 Dudley School—Theodocia Scrugham, principal.
k Harrison School-——Elizabeth \Vilson, principal.
’ johnson School——Mae Friend, principal.
O Manuel Training School—Marie Hubbard, dir. of Man-
’ ual Training; Agnes M. Tuttle, dir. of Domestic Sci-
ence; Anna Franklin, Margaret O’Day, assts.
Maxwell School-—Lucy E. Walby, principal.
West End School--Elizabeth Cloud, principal.
G SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS.
Fg (Colored.)
i ' Hattie Baker, supervisor of music; Clae Webb, super-
y' visor of domestic science.
Constitution Street School-~j. B. Caulder, principal.
Patterson Street School-H. VV. Graves, principal.
m_ Russell School—G. P. Russell, principal.
ACADEMIES, COLLEGES, ETC.
Bible College of Transylvania University, N. Broadway,
bet. Third and Fourth. john NV. Garvey, pres.
Chandler Normal School, Georgetown pike, near limits.
Fannie j. Webster, prin. `
Collier’s School, Lucy S. Collier, prin., 335 N. Broadway.
Hagerman College, 43*7 Second. B. C. Hagerman, pres.
Hamilton College, 443 N. Broadway. Mrs. Luella W. St.
Clair, pres.
Industrial School, 402 N. Upper.
Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station. M. A. Sco-
vell, director and chemist. A
SO, Kentucky State College of Kentucky (State college),s.
ng, end Limestone. james K. Patterson, pres.
icai Law College of Transylvania. Matt S. Walton, dean.
Millikan School of Business, 23 Lexington Bank and
Trust bldg.
St. Catherine’s Female Academy, 240 Limestone. Sisters
my of Charity in charge.
St. Paul’s School for Boys and Girls, 425 VV. Short. Rev.
mp Liebert De V\/'agenaere, prin.
St. Peter Clavier Catholic School, Sister Ambrosia, supt.,
485 W. Fourth.
Sayre Institute, 194 N. Limestone. Rev. j. M. Spencer,
pres.
Smith Business College, 304 VV. Main.

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O q, H. Crossfield, pres.; Thomas B. Macartney, dean. L,
. ° VVilliams School, Ella VVilliams, prop., 355 N. Broadway.
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L if-'_ BANDS AND ORCHESTRAS. B_
G 5 Grella's Band, 116 N. Limestone.
g *Hamilton’s Military Band, 427 Newtown. K
_ Z Saxton & Trost, 123 N. Mill.
" E CHURCHES.
  ; E BAPT1sT. C'
m E Calvary, High, cor Rodes av. Rev. T. C. Ecton, pastor. E
1 _ I Fifth Street, cor. Fifth and Maple av. Rev. W. C. Brock,
_, E gg pastor. F
‘ g First, 548 VV. Short. Rev. ]. W. Porter, pastor.
. m gr) Porter Memorial, 724 S. Limestone. H
l cArHoL1c. Pi
m E St. Paul’s, 427 W. Short. Rev. Liebert De Wagenaere,
. , Q rector.
Q i M E St. Peter’s, 244 N. Limestone. Rev. Wm. Punch, rector. C
. m E CHRISTIAN. 1]:]
I ¤ Broadway, 189 N. Broadway. Rev. Mark Collis, pastor. S,
Central, n. e. cor. Short and VValnut. Rev. Isaac . Spen-
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< cer, pastor. V
I LL. Q Chestnut Street, bet. Third and Fourth. Rev. R. N.
2 Simpson, pastor.
Z E Forest Hill Christian Mission, 725 Charles av.
_ _ é Maxwell Street, cor. Mill and Cedar. Rev. ]. T. Watson,
> Z FL pastor. T
El West End Christian, 245 Perry. Rev. Perry Case, pastor.
i‘ Lu 5 VVoodland, cor. High and Kentucky av. Rev. Charles E.
“ J Powell, pastor. B
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  P lf First Church of Christ (Scientist), 137 N. Market. E
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i U) *5 Christ Church Cathedral, cor. Market and Church. Rt. B
  4 ¤: Rev. Lewis W. Burton, Bishop of Lexington; Very
· ,_ E Rev. Wm. T. Capers, rector; Rev. George H. Harris, I
m ·; asst. rector.
_. W Church of the Good Shepherd, E. Maxwell, nr. Woodland. S
[ y Rev. W .T. Capers, rector.

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P· German Evangelical, 527 Maryland av.
Lutheran, cor. W. Fifth and Tonner.
y` jewrsn.
Baith jacob Synagogue, 351 VV. Short. Samuel Krasne,
rabbi.
K. K. Adath, Israel Temple. 529 Maryland av. S. H.
Goldenson, rabbi.
METHODIST.
Centenary M. E., 154 N. Broadway. Rev. George V.
Morris, pastor.
9; Epworth Memorial, 170 Rand av. Rev. j. B. Harris, pas-
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First M. E. (South), 214 VV. High. Rev. E. G. B. Mann,
pastor.
Hill Street M. E. Mission, 602 E. High.
Park Avenue M. E., cor. High and Park av. Rev. O. B.
Crockett, pastor.
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PRESBYTERIAN. 7
OI- Campbell Memorial Chapel, 843 Maxwell.
First, 170 N. Mill. Rev. Cary Moore. pastor.
Maxwell Street, s. s. Maxwell, bet. Upper and Limestone.
?OI· Second, Market, bet. Church and Second. Rev. C. L.
€“' Reynolds, pastor.
Vir inia Avenue Presbyterian Church, 178 Virginia av.
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i COLORED CHURCHES.
ADVENTIST.
lon, The First Seventh Day Adventist, Fifth, s. e. cor. Upper.
mn j. F. Brice, pastor.
r E BA1>T1sT.
Bethel, 552 Thompson av.
Consolidated, V\/`inslow, near Limestone. Rev. Robert
jackson, pastor.
Evergreen, 745 Market. Rev. Boone M. johnson, pastor.
First, 266 E. Short. Rev. \V A. jones, pastor.
Rt L1berty, 515 Goodloe. Rev. P. H. Clark, pastor.
,   Main Street, s. w. cor. Main and Merino. Rev. L. N.
C; Cheek, pastor.
rr ’ Pleasant Green, s. e. cor. Patterson and Maxwell. Rev.
d E. VV. Hawthorne, pastor.
in ' Shiloh—Thomas, Rev. Titus Buckner, pastor.

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· J H   ‘ CHAS. A. BAKER, Assistant
r • • AMBu1.ANcE smzvncs. ·
Undertakers and Embalmcrs 159 W. SHORT ST. -
_ yy 45 zz (1911) R. L. POLK & co.·s  
r E c> CHRISTIAN.
· Z 8 Constitution Street. Rev. A. VV. Davis, pastor. ]
. M CONGREGATIONAL.
_ gliirst, s. s. Short, near Spring. Rev. VVm. L. johnson, ,
. . < 5 pastor. I
Q: [.. EP1scoPAL. ~
...-- St. Andrew’s Protestant, 110 Fourth. Rev. B. L. Basker-
V ...3 vill, pastor.
In E METHODIST. Z
1: gg; Asbury, 235 W. High. Rev. R. L. Dickerson, pastor.
  2 ·g Gunn Tabernacle, Deweese, cor. VVade. Rev. W. H.
, V2 ,_ Good Samaritan Hospital, 310·330 S. Limestone. Mary
1_ 'R. Shaver, supt.
Q I I I House of Mercy, 319 NV. Fourth. Florence A. Cromwell,
, matron.
»; I I. O. O. F. VVidows’ and Orphans’ Home, 511 W. Sixth.
i Local Board of Control: Iudge M. ]. Durham, chair-
‘ ,‘ X man; A. B. M. Arnett, Geo. C. Roberts, I. N. Wil-
`g liams, Mrs. Belle Sallee, R. G. Elliott, sec.; G. R.
Q I Kennedy, supt.; Mrs. Sallie Kennedy, matron; Chas.
{ F. Lander, dairyman.
  Lexington Orphan Asylum, 511 VV. Short. Annie M.
i { Knoble, matron.
’ Macalester Memorial Episcopal Church Home, 156 E.
{ _ m Third. Mrs. Nannie Thompson, matron.
, Old Ladies’ Home, 522 VV. Short. Mrs. Emily Marrs.
:F   matron.

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nt Register al the U. S., Mllllng, Lumber and Real Estate
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"— *Pentecostal Church Home, Ruth Murphy, matron,
440 Kinkead.
Pythian Home of Kentucky, Harrodsburg pike. ]. W.
Carter, sec.; R. G. Lowry, supt.; Mrs. Anna Lowry, .
m matron.
’ St. ]oseph’s Hospital, 544 W'. Second.
Sprague Sanatorium, 850 S. Broadway. Dr. George P.
Sprague, propr.
` BANKS.
Bank of Kentucky, The; incorporated 1909. Capital
stock, $150,000; surplus and undivided profits, $10,-
1-l_ 000.   C. Willis, pres.; VV. L. Franklin, cashr;   B.
Gorham, asst cashr. 201 W. Short.
Fayette National Bank, organized 1870. Capital, $300,- `
kS. 000; surplus and undivided profits, $344,000. ]. E. .
l Bassett, pres.; ]. T. Tunis, vice pres.; R. S. Bullock,
._ cashr. 167 W. Main.
“C~ First National Bank. Capital stock, $400,000; surplus
and undivided profits, $101,000. L. G. Cox, presF;  
E K. McAdams, vice pres.; J. VV. Porter, cashr; . .
L Bell, asst. cashr; G. H. Barr, asst. cashr. 213 W.
Short. V
'€C_ Lexington Banking & Trust Co., 259 W. Short; organ-
_Or ized 1906. Capital stock, $300,000; surplus, $125,000.
' ` E. L. Hutchinson, pres.; Bishop Clay, vice pres.; VV.
.k L. Threlkeld, cashr.; C. Y. Freeman, asst. cashr;
{ c' V Henry Kelly, asst. cashr.
W Lexington City National Bank. ]. VV. Stoll, pres.; B. L.
l Coleman, vice pres.; ]. E. MacFarland, cashr. 271
, W. Main.
af) Phoenix National Bank; incorporated 1888. Capital
{ll stock, $300,000; surplus and undivided profits, $100,—
’ 0000. ]. VV. Rodes, pres.; G. D. V\/`ilson, vice pres.;
{th Fred G. Stilz, cashr; O. D. Randolph, asst. cashr., 122
-   E. Main. _
  Second National Bank; organized April, 1883. Capital
R stock, $150,000; surplus and undivided profits, $28,—
up 000. D. H. james, pres.; G. S. Weeks, cashr. 123
" Cheapside.
M Security Trust and Safety Vault Co. of Lexington, Ky.;
‘ ` organized 1887. Capital stock, $500,000; surplus and
E undivided profits, $200,000. \\7m. H. Cassell, pres.
` N. e. cor. Short and Mill.
  Third National Bank; organized 1883. Capital stock,
’U°‘ $300,000; surplus and undivided profits, $90,000. Y.

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' 564 W. M' ` St.
Contractors and Busldors mm. ,.,.5,*,;*,,.,
  m 24 (1911) R. L. Pou< & cors
i §;..;_:I_LI Alexander, pres.; VVm. B. Brock, cashr. 123-125 W.
§§.§ m Main.
$5; O Union Bank and Trust Co.; organized 1906. ]. T. Wil-
r {:2 I. kerson, pres.; ]. L. \Natkins. vice pres.; E. R. Black-
· E Ei 0 burn, cashr. 164 W. Main.
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Eg; E CEMETERIES.
gi: E Catholic, 8'7-1 VV. Main.
. BE 5 Colored, 317 E. Seventh.
_§’§§ >• Episcopal, E. Third, beyond V\’alnnt.
E gg E Forest Hill, s. s. X/Vhitney av., nr. limits.
· I gifo Greenwood, Whitney av., at limits.
QE; Lexington, 833 VV. Main.
, §§E G Old Catholic, E. Third, beyond \/Valnut.
@{:2 Potter’s Field, E. Seventh, near city limits.
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