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E herewith submit our first volume of the Lexington City Directory.   ·
W During the fall of 1901 we made a canvass of the city with a {F
view of issuing a directory at that time. While the canvas was .
being made we found that _I. "Hub" Prather, who had pub- ~
lished previous directories, had secured considerable patronage for another .
issue, and not wishing to interfere with his work, upon consultation, we V
entered into an agreement to publish our directories jointly.
We had already begun work gathering the data when the project to
renumber the houses was introduced, and the prospects were favorable
for its early completion. In view of this fact and at the suggestion of
many of our patrons, we decided to delay the work for a short time until I
the numbering was completed.
‘ During otu· temporary absence another publisher proposed to publish a J
directory at once. When this matter was brought to our notice we placed I
‘ our men =in fthe field and learned that many of our patrons had given ]
subscriptions to these parties, upon the representation that we had aban-
doned the work. l
The new numbers not being placed on the houses at that time, but the (
i ·` _ committee in charge having located the new numbers. we have made a
· ` canvass of the city giving the old and new numbers and the public will (
doubtless feel no inconvenience during the time the new numbers are (
_ _ not up.
. » We began the publication of this directory in good faith, did not (
intrude upon —the right of any other publisher previously engaged in the (
work, and are therefore occupying the position of being the legal publishers
of the directory. ]
The publication of directories is our special business. We have all ]
· the advantages of experienced workmen in all departments and are there-
fore prepared to make directories that will come up to the standard of ]
‘ other cities. j
In coming to Lexington. we came to a practically unoccupied field
for the purpose of making an animal publication, as the demands of the 1
now rapidly increasing population requires. ]
We do not ask anything in the way of charitable preference. We `
have not attempted to evade the laws of the city, have paid the license I
-— — the city imposed for the privilege and made no subterfnge plea to evade ]
it, and only ask that fair play that all legitimate business men are entitled
, to receive. ]
While this directory may be issued at a financial loss to the pub- ]
‘ Iishers, it will not influence our future arrangements. We will issue
2 the directory hereafter annually. if the business men feel that an annual l
publication is necessary. ]
¤ Lexington is one of the growing cities of the country, and has a na- c
tional reputation. In population and business it now takes a prominent e
position among the inland cities, and should have all the benefits of a {
city of its importance. - ‘
We have established a directory library at the store of ]. "Hub" —
Prather, where directories of the leading cities of the United States will §
be found for reference. In exchange for this we send a copy of the
Lexington Directory to every city represented. This gives Lexington I
prominence in libraries of all other cities A .i_ I
There are 14,820 names contained in this volume of the directory. it  
Estimating the population of the city by the names contained in the direc- Qi
. tory, the lowest multiple used in any city is 2%, makes the population »  
44,600. The census report is strictly confined to territory within the city    
limits, while the names contained in the directory take in the adjacent l  
surburban territory, which properly is a part of the city population. The  
large number of names contained in the Rural Postal delivery is not con-  
sidered in this calculation. Respectfully, ·
THE Pusususks. ` »
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Abbreviations ...,......,..,4..................................... 158
Alphabetical List of Names ,,.,..........,..,...........4....4..... 138
Banks .................................,.....,................... 23
Board of Education ....   ,.,..,....,.. . ..,.......,..4....,......,. 16
Board of Trade .........4...........,.......,,................... 23
Cemeteries ........,...................,,......................... 28
Churches—Religious Organizations .............,........ . ....4..., 19 .
City Government ..........................................,.,.... 10
Classifiied Business Directory ....i................. ., .... . ......., 590 ‘
County Officials ..........,.....,,............,..,,.,............. 9
Fire Alarm Signals ..4....................,..........,,.. . ..,..... 12 »
Fire Department ...........A.....,..........,......... . .......,... 12
Hospitals and Benevolent Institutions ,.,........................... 22
Kentucky Chautauqua ............................,............... 18 I
Labor Organizations .........................................,.... 24
Masonic Societies ............,,., . ..i....,,.4......,,.....,....... 24 ·
Miscellaneous Societies ......,...............,.4.................. 24 *
Newspapers ...................,..........,.....,...,............. 29 · ii
Police Department ......................,.............,........... 12
Post Office ............,.........................,,...... . ........ ~14
Public Library ...,.............,,..,............................. 28 ·
Rural Route ........,i,4........,r.....,...,............... 16 and 641 `
Schools-Public . ......i.........................,.....,,......... 17
Schools and Colleges ............................................. 19
I Secret Societies . ...,...........,................................. 24
State Institutions ..,....................................... , ..... 9
United States Court and Federal Officers ......,................... 9
it .;_ United States Internal Revenue ..,..,...i............,............. 14
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5 Ahern Thomas ........ . ............................ Left side lines ·l
 ` Bogaert Victor .....,.....,........ . .............. .. .Left top lines -¢
j` Buckmaster R l\I .................................... Left top lines L
  Chinn & Todd ....................................... Left top lines i`
  City Ice Co .........,......................... Front and back cover
_ Q Fremd, John D ....4........................ . .... . .... Left top lines
  Graves Buford ....... . ...................... Top and bottom edges
  Hawkins A B .................................... Left bottom lines
§ Hendrick T A ........................................ Left top lines A
  johnson E P .................................... Right bottom lines 7 <
  johnson H M ...................................... Right side lines t`
  justice F l` & Co ................................... Right top lines Q
% Kaufman, Straus & Co .............................. Right side lines
  Lancaster Shoe Co .......,.......................... Right side lines
  Lavery Mary Mrs ........,.....,.................................. 4
·   Lawrence O P .................................... Left bottom lines '
if Lexington Brewing Co ............................................ 3
·, Lexington Lumber and Mnfg Co ...... Front edge and opp title page
  Lexington Railway Co ........................ Front and back cover GO
` ’€ Lexington Steam Laundry ...............,...... Right bottom lines LN
}§ Loewenhart Henry ................................. Right top lines .`
‘   Lyons A K ........................................ Right top lines bel
~ : Millikan M E ..........................,........... Right top lines fitu
  _ Milward W R .....4.............................. Left bottom lines _ li"
  Monarch Starch Co .......................... Side and bottom lines All
  Mutual Life Ins Co of N Y .......................... Left top lines S11
- New York Life Ins Co ................................ Front cover (jo
4 Observer Printing Co .... . ........ Right bottom lines and back cover Ad
  O’Day Thomas .................................. Left side lines and 4 » St?
  Peck A H ....,...................................... Left side lines I Ins
3 Q Poer ] S & Co ................................... Right bottom lines Qtr
°   Prather ] Hub ............................,............. . ......... 5· — i °
  Provident Savings Life ..........,................... Front cover
- , Q & C R R ......... . .................................. Back paster I-
l Ramsey L H & C0 ..........................,..... Right top lines — COl
Q Reynolds Bros, Columbus, O ........................... Back cover   SGI
E Saunders, L H ................................... Left bottom lines Il COI
¤ Shely & Co ......................................... Left side lines Q (jjj;
E Smith, Watkins & C0 ................. l ............. Right side lines   JIM
A   Stall & Co ............................ Front paster and book mark -   CO]
l Tracy T . . .,.......................................... . .......... 4   (ile
g Trimble-Taylor Grocery Co ...................... Right bottom lines QQ QI
  Van Dyke Si R .............. . ..................... .Right top lines   K K
g Wiehl J H & Son ...................................... Front cover   COI
{ Williams I N .................................... Right bottom lines   COI
l Williamson & Sons ............. Back cover and right bottom lines   COI
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3 STATE GOVERNMENT. In
GO\’€1'H()I'——J C \V Beckham :;•
Lieutenant Governor—Newton XV Utley m
Secretary of State—C B Hill
Auditor—G G Coulter -¤
Treasurer—S W Hager  
` Attorney Gene1·al—C J Pratt M
Supt Public Instruction——IIarry ALCCIIGSDQY
Commissioner of 1\:L§I‘ICllltll1‘C—I B Nall '  
Adjutant Gene1·al—l) li Murray “'§
4 j State Librarian—I’auline H Hardin m
Insurance Com1nissioner—J B Chennalt 3
5 A State Inspector and Examiner—H B Hines n
v_ FAYETTE COUNTY OFFICERS. N
r Court House, \V Main between Upper and Cheapside
  Senator—J Embry Allen E 5
  County Representative—S L Vanmeter ; LD
y City l{ep1·esentatiT*e——Wn1 F Klair G
‘_; Judge Circuit Court—VVatts Parker -:9 V I
`   Coinmonwealth Att0rney—John R Allen Q ?
4   Clerk Circuit Court—J C Rogers g w
  Sheriff—J T TVilkerson 3
  County Judge-]? A Bullock UI Q
  County Clerk—R L Baker C 5
j° County Attorney—W P Kimball O ·<
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 I é~ County Assessor———P D Foster  
 g LL] -3 County Jailor—R T Wallace  
  m   County School Superintendent—M A Cassidy zg ll
 i 3 gounty Surveyor—W A Newman s ii
»_ , ounty Treasurer-—J W Rodes  
\·  E 5 County Supervisor Roads-—L P Spurr  
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  g First District—Benjamin D Bell Lexington  
  IJ E Seeond——John D Payne, Lexington i I1
jg Q., __ Th1rd—Frank S Graves, Lexington ·
  E3 Fourth——J ol1n C Herndon, Lexington
- ng Fifth—Abner Oldham, Lexington ` X
 E ·— S1xth—Lewis D Payne, Lexington y L
4   Z mm Seventh—VVm B Skinner, Muirs Station, Ky I
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V < I Treasurer—Moses Kaufman R;
I Assessor—J Soule Smith
Back Tax Collector—C H Voorhees '
G U1 Back Tax Assessor—D L Hardesty ’1‘(
¤ I" Supt Public Works—J H Applegate `
< Eng1neer——P P O’Neil
g Jailor—John Masner I (·3
4 Pl1ysician—Dr S L Helm
; · I- Health Of£icer—Dr Charles Voorhees
{ 0 Sanitary Oilicer—Owen O’Neil = M
I License Inspector—B F Shanklin  
O n VVeigher—Thomas Sellers I
I   BOARD OF ALDERMEN ,_ U
Q W H McCorkle, President;   G Pulliam, T A Combs,   E _
F E D Veach, R G McMichael, C B Lowry, J L   I
(5 Barkley, E J Allen ,
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  W P Cassell, President; D C Frost, J P Scott, John >
T   Skain, D N ZlI1lIl1€1‘lI1il1l, John Minor, J P Payne,
  J T McCarty, \V G Warren, M Dowd, J F Jaeger 2
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  Ways and Means— K G- Pulliain, T A Combs, E D
ri. V each, Aldermen; D C Frost, J P Scott, John >
  Skain, Councilinen
Iinprovenient — T A Combs, K G Pulliam, B J m
' McMichael, Aldernien; D N Zinimerinan, John
_ Minor, J B Payne, Councilmen Q
Accounts—B J McMichael, T A Combs, C B Lowry,
J Alderinen; J P Scott, John Minor, J B Payne,
_ Council1nen I I I
` A Police and Fire—E J Allen, K G Pulliam, T A Combs,
V Aldermen; J P Scott, J T McCarty, YV G IVar- E
ren, Councilinen
. Light and \Vater—E I) Veach, T A Combs, R J Mc-
Michael, Aldermen; YV G IVarren, John Minor, m
J P Scott, Councilnien
A Propositions and Grievances—Jno L Barkley, C B E
Lowry, E J Allen, Alderinen; M Dowd, J T Mc-
Carty, J F J aeger, Councihnen
R2lllI'02l(lS—R· J Mchliclizicl, E J Allen Jno L Bark- G
ley, Alderineng J B Payne, IV G Diarren, M
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` li J A[(‘)ll(‘ll2l(3l, Alilcrmeng J P Scott, N L Baker,
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Q Aldcrineii; J T ]l(‘(`Til1‘tll}`, N L Baker, D N Zim-
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Judi¢·iary——C B Lowigv, K G Piilliam, ’l` A Combs, : Q
O, Aldcrmcn; N L linker, J T l\l(‘(`2l1“lTj', J F Jaeger, Q. F
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  as 3 PULICE DEPARTMENT.   I
  Qu) _ Headquarters, 218 \V Water tf; I
  E el; J Chief--J \V alter Marshall th I
`   qs E First Lieutenant—James W Wilkerson _, I
A  " Second Lieutenant—\Villiam Jenkins   I
gi _"" Captain—Jerry Reagan _
  . I- >I_: Sergeant———Estis M Garrett i Q
    I_| Patrolmen—James Donlen, Charles Overly, Michael   l
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  Z Trooney, Luke Doyle, James Peel, Opatrol driver;
  O ... Timothy Maher, ambulance driver; *James A ·
M? U] m Schooler janitor
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{ Harry Stough, chief; Dennis Hayes, Dennis J Mc- ,
E • Party, 'l`homas J flleady, John Ryan
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  Chief———George \V Muir
2   Asst Chief——Frank M Sutton
i d Hose (To No 2, \Voodard av, Archie Barr captain
i Hose Co No 3, Pine near Patterson, Frank Taylor
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  M Box 12 Broadway and Main
  Box 13 Broadway a.nd High ·_
  I Box 14 Broadway and Maxwell V
4 Box 15 High and Lower yi
i Box 16 Pine and Lower
{ Box 17 Main and Cox
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T Box 123 South End Spring  
·` Box 132 C. S. Passenger Depot E; C
V Box 142 Center Davis Bottom gg
H Box 152 Tarr’s Distillery   11
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_   Box 21 Mill and Short §;.‘ >
i   Box 23 Broadway and Second 2
; _Q Box 24 Home of Friendless g Z
;   Box 25 Main and Jelterson We
,   Box 245 Short and Georgetown '<
, 2 Rox 213 Georgetown and Second Q U)
, ` Box 214 Third and Jefferson g
- Box 215 Fourth and K C R R g A
i Box 216 Hickory and Georgetown C0
; Box 231 Broadway and Fourth I m
; u - Box 234 Fayette Park I,. >
Box 241 Broadway and Sixth 5
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- I Box 31 Main and \Valnut CQ U)
3 Box 32 Constitution and \Valnut SU
Box 34 Limestone and Third rg
Box   Dewees and Third ¤ ?
Box 36 Fourth and Upper "<
Box 37 Fire Engine House -I
Box 312 Fifth and Limestone G 0
Box 314 Seventh and Limestone E
Box 315 Power House r1'l O
1. Box 321 (,`hestnut and Fifth ; '
Box 324 Race and Third ; w
Box 325 Elm Tree Lane and Gth g §  
1 Box 341 Corrall and Megowan g 2§
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Box 41 High and Lexington av -4 ¤->
L; Box 42 High and Limestone m 25
» Box 43 Mill and Water l E.;
A Box 45 Maxwell and Limestone rn g"
Box 443 Main and Upper "I Q. $1
Box 47 Main and Limestone 9 ¢" 2
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