|South Side of Courthouse, 1915
from the left, W. S. Pierce. grocery and dry goods,
across Main Street; A. B. Clem, general store;
Clem residence; store room building with Cumberland
Telephone Exchange above; Terrell Brothers,
funeral home, auto and farm implement dealers.
|The A. B. Clem Heirs Store, Bedford
formerly on the northwest corner,
south side, of the Courthouse
This building burned on March 18, 1941,
in the third of what would be five major fires
to hit downtown Bedford in the 1940's and 1950's.
from Trimble County Heritage, 1991-1992
Mrs. C. W. Hood's
|The Wagon Wheel Inn, Bedford||The Kentucky Tavern, US 42, South of Bedford
reputed to have been a stage coach stop
between Louisville and Cincinnati
Just north of Landy Road on US 42
It was a gas station / bus stop.
|Louis Logan||Bedford Deposit Bank||W. F. Peak, Bank President|
|Miss Louise B. Logan started at the Bedford Deposit Bank beginning March 25, 1910, and was still with them over 64 years later, advancing from clerk, to cashier, to vice-president.|
|Kentucky Progress Magazine
Named Joe Bray one its
first Master Farmers in 1929
|The first paper in Trimble County was the Trimble News, whose first issue was February 20, 1879. It became the Banner Democrat in 1899. It merged with the Milton News in the issue of November 7, 1913. It was locally owned until 1971.|
Trimble County, Ky.
These Springs are now open for the reception of visitors.
A regular four-horse coach will leave Jericho, on the Louisville and Frankfort
Railroad, (33 miles from Louisville) every Monday, Wednesday. and Saturday
June 8, 1864 Parker & Miller
(from Frankfort's Tri-Weekly Commonwealth, July 22, 1864)
A chemical analysis of the minerals in the mineral springs, from 1857, is here.