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ETEAJOY for I3XJIXE
My stock is complete and up to date, come
get your hats, we can put them up in
style and price to compete with any
town or city.
FRIDAY, May, 20,
I PERSONAL. I
Mr. L. F. Hubble has gone to Frank
fort on business.
Mrs. Fibber Gaines lias returned to
her home in Danville.
Miss Florence JJurnsiuc is the guest
of Miss Mary Uurn&ide.
p Senator Geo. Farris was at home
several days this week.
Miss Julia Heid has returned from
a visit to Lexington relatives.
Miss Pai tie Embrj-, of Lexington, is
visiting her aunt, Mrs Sim Anderson.
Miss ISetiua Anderson has returned
from a visit to relatives in Lexington.
Miss Jennii Iturnside has returned
from a visit to frii'nds in Lexington.
I'rof. Evans and wife, of 1'ineville,
are visiting the family of Mr. Frank
kW Miss Carrie. Kirtley, of Louisville, is
visiting the family of Mr. II. C Jen
nings. Miss Jennie Shumate vihitcd her
home fcllts in Danville, Saturday and
Misses Mae Hughes and Mary Miller
have returned from a pleasant v:sit to
Drs. Wyatt and Jas. Letcher, of
Danville, were in Lancaster a few
A. II. Rice and wife, attended the
Knight's Templar conclave at Mays
ville this week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Towel!, of Has
tonville, are guests of Mr. John C.
'J homp;on"s family.
Misses A'.iee Hudson and Annie
Koyston have been visiting Mrs. John
ltaughman in Danville.
Mrs Smith, of Mt. Vernon, and Miss
ISculah Carson, of Crab Orchard are
visiting Mrs. V. J. Romans.
Mr. R. E Henry and Miss Florence
Harris visited the Misses Cash, near
Mrs. Frances E. Kaauchamp. of Lex
ington, is the gnest of Mrs.Jacob Rob
inson, on Danville Ave.
Mrs. Kittie Rurnside and daughter.
Miss Pearl, of Stanford, were . visiting
relatives here this week.
. .Miss Mattie Thompson has returned
from a several days visit to Miss Liz
zie Simpson, at Marksbury.
A. II. Rice and wife and Misses Al
tie and Ressie Marksbury made a visit
to Xicholasvilie this week.
Miss Harriet Glasscock, who has
been the guest of Mrs. II. D. Simpson,
left for Stanford Monday morning.
Renton Ashley is quite sick at the
home of his father on Stanford street
He has been in bad health for some
Mr. John Duncan and Mrs. Simpson
Elkin visited Capt- Sam Duncan this
week at Camp Collier, near Lexing-
Mrs. Simpson Elkin returned this
week to her home in Atlanta, after
spending a few days with Lancaster
Tommy Hammond, of The Record
force, took in the excursion to Lexing
ton Sunday and enjoyed the sights
Thurmond Anderson went to Lex
ington Sunday and s:iys if all the sol
diers he saw will take the field they
will whip ont tiie Spanish army in
less than a weelc
A certain Lancaster lady said the
other da' that she had read of the
Get One of these Roasters Free!
Call at my store and we will ex
plain. I am still in the lead with
Goods are all fresli. I can please
LANGDON'S BREAD DAILY.
PLEASE GIVE US A
.1 M. SALLOU.
Sampson's Fleet being at so many
points that she expected to next hear
of it at Three Forks of Sugar Creek.
Letcher Owsley, Esq., is able to be
at his ofliec, after a brief illness.
Hon. W. 11. Mason is attending the
Kninght Templar Conclave at Mays
ville this week.
CMr. and Mrs. J. It. Haselden wentti
Lexington Sunday to see Mrs. Hasel
den's brother, wlio has joined t't.e
Mr. John Johnston, formerly of this
city, and a son of T. M. Johnston, has
be-jn given an important position in
the second regiment at Lexington.
A bouncing baby boy has come to
bles-s the union of Mr. and Mrs. Cha..
W. Anderson. There may be happier
men than Charley, but we doubt it.
Sunday's Courier Journal contained
a picture of Miss Annie Loyd Herring,
of this city, but it did not do justice to
this handsome and attractive little
About forty delegates are here this
week attending the district W. C T.
U. meeting. 'J he good ladies of Lan
c stcr are striving to make their vis
Judge M. D. Hughes was called to
Hot Springs, Ark., Wednesday by the
serious illness of his brothe, T. V.
Hughes. The latter has been at the
springs for several years. He has suf
fered from rheumatism for some time.
The Lexington Argonaut says: "The
Lancaster boys have been enjoying
the evenings socially at the residence
of the Misses Embry, who have some
pretty Lancaster girls visiting them,
and who are themselves from Garrard.
II. T. Logan, Esq., went over on the
excursion to Lexington Sunday and
remained there several days. It was
not the soldiers that kept Logan in the
blue grass capital, but a mighty pretty
young lady that occupied his attention.
Herbert Kinnaird and Kirk Kerby
have returned from Lexington, where
they went to enlist and tight for their
country. Kirk failed to pass on ac
count of a bad eye and Herbert was
too 3'oung. Roth arc greatly disap
pointed. Our office was honored Wednesday
afternoon by a call from Mrs. IJeau
champ, the noted temperance worker.
Mrs. Beauchamp is an excellent lady
and deserves great credit for the un
tiring work she does for the nob.c
cause she r presents.
A Lexington paper says: "One of
the best liked young oflicers at the
camp is the regimental adjutant, Lieu
tenant Wm. II. Collie-, son of Adjutant
General Collier. He is a fine specimen
of 3'oung manhood, tall, straight as an
arrow and athletic. He should make
an ideal soldier.1'
Mr. Jacob Joseph returned Sunday
from New York, to which place he had
been called by the illness of his father.
The latter is much improved. On his
return Mr. Joseph stopped c if a few
days in Washington and took in the
sights about the e ipital. He says one
hears nothing but war talk up there
It is quite the thing with Lancaster
girls to zead the "war news. Several
are better posted on the situation than
most men, and can tell the strength of
most all the ships in both navies. This
certainly speaks well for the dear
creatures. It is so much more sensi
ble than reading love-sick stories or the
trash published in the average maga
zine of today.
Gen. D. R. Collier was at home sev
eral days this week and returned to
Lexington. The general has had lots
of work on hand since the war began.
Some of his friends are urging his ap
pointment as a bripadier general, but
he is not bothering about it. He would
make a good one and his Lancaster
friends hope the president will make
The marriage of Rev. Henry Faulco
ner and Miss Margaret Mason will
take place at the Presbyterian church,
in this city, Wednesday evening, June
Sth, at nine o'clock. The ceremony
will be performed by Dr. J. L. McKee,
and there will be a number of attend
ants, friends of both the contracting
parties. We are requested to state
that every friend and acquaintance in
Boyle and Garrard counties is especial
ly invited to be present, no formal in
vitations being sent out in these coun
ties, it being understood that all
friends and relatives of both parties
arc invited and expected to be present.
All the plans of the wedding have not
been completed and it is impossible to
give the particulars at present.
PfonfrPt CUBAN OIL enres
I 1(4111 VI 3 Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu
matism and Sores. Price, 25 cente
Corrected weekly by II. B. North
cott. Eggs 7c.
Chickens, Springers 1.50 to $2.50 doz.
Young Roosters 2Jc
Old Roosters 2c
Turkeys 4 to 5c
Old Gobblers it
Geese $2.50 to $3.00 per doz.
Hides, Green r b)i to Cc
Feathers, fine white gcee 28 to 30c
Duck feathers 20 to 21c
Rags 15 to 35c per hundred
Iron . 8 to 15c
Calves, veal $20 to $5.50 per hei-d
and wife should know about the pre
paration that for half a century has
been helping expectant mothers bring
little ones into the world without
danger and the hundred and one
OftT&L discomforts and distractions
'K-J-i V is annlierl evrprnnllv TOriirri
tC thf nntv ntnn t r rofr rnl!f
Medicines taken internally
Ifo will not helo and mav
L result in harm.
fits and prepares every
s organ, muscle and
part of the body for
the critical hour. It
robs child-birth of its
tortures and pains.
Baby's coming is made
quick and easy. Its
action is doubly bene-
Vficial if used during the whole
period of pregnancy.
1 per bottle at all drug stores, or
sent by mail on receipt of price.
Books Free, containing valuable infor
mation to all women, will be sent to any
address upon application by
The Bradfiefd Regulator Co.,
THE SOLDIER BOYS.
Have boon examined, and are Patiently
Waiting Orlers to Move.
Lexington, Ky., May 17, 98.
Dear Record. Since last report
things have been moving along in
camp at an easy pace, and the boys
have about become accustomed to
camp life and have concluded that the
life of a soldier is not so bad after all.
While it has grown a little monoti
nous staying here with no uniforms or
guns, yet we know that Capt. Duncan
is doing his best for us, and we know
that when he does his part that we
should do ours, so there is no "kicking"
done by the b 3s. Of course there is
bound to be some who would kick on
anything, but this class of cattle is
soon spotted and no attention is paid
to their wails. When you hear a fel
low kick on what he gets you can safe
ly set i ndown that he has bien used
to doing without at home. It is
mighty easy to tell what a fellow has
been use to at home.
The boys were glad to see many peo
ple from home Sunday.
At this writing we have not been
mustsred in, but expect to be this af
ternoon. An uncle of Lt. Farm's died Monday
and the latter was excused from camp
to attend the funeral.
The first regiment is a well equipped
body, but the rain will spoil the com
plexion of those dudes before they
inarch far into Cuba.
We still drill and are learning dif
f jrent manuevers fairly welL Having
received no guns yet, we only drill in
the foot movements.
A hard fight is being made to get
Uncle Sm to furnish the new pattern
rifle to our regiment I: is hoped that
the eft'jrt will prove successful.
Nothing of importance has transpir
ed in camp worthy of note except the
medical examination. All but four o
our men stood the examination. Two
others went home, making a shortage
of six men. This is considered a fine
showing and speks well for our com
pany. In reply to the oft asked questions,
"When will you go south?'' What will
you have to do in case you are ordered
away?"' I will simply say that we do
not know. This same answer cin ba
given to most any other question ask
ed. It is impossible to learn what we
are going to do, though all sorts of ru
mors are started but never material
ize. We only know that we are h'r .
While s .me of tlre'stall-fed" kick on
the grub, yet it is far better than re
pDrts have it. A man wi.l not starve
here. A soldier must mike up his
mind to fare hard, and, beside, when
looked at in the proper light, we did
not come here on a pic-nie outing.
Those kicking for something to e.tt
ought to leave the army and join a
Sunday school p'c-uic. A soldier can't
expect Co get canary-bird food.
S. M. Geary, Pearson, Mich., writes:
"DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is curing
more piles here to-day than all oth
er remedies combined. It cures eczma
and all other skin diseases." Stormes
Drug Store. lm
Remarkable Oiler of Music!
To introduce our new monthly pub
lication, American Popular Music, we
make the following liberal offer: Send
us the names of three or more per
formers on the piano or organ, and fif
teen cents in money or postage, and we
will mail you sixteen pages of the lat
est popular songs, two steps, etc., full
sheet music arranged for piano or or
gan, and American Popular Music for
Address, Popular Music Co.,
"Trices Lower than Kver.
Tailor made suits at $12.50 to $30.
Satisfaction or no pay. You hare paid
$12 for ready-made suits that were not
as good as Wanamaker aud Brown's
suits at $S, and their suits at $'J.5J and
$11.50 are equal to other $15 suits, be
ing all-wool and beautiful in design
and finish. The suits at $13.53 and $15
usually sell for $'.8 and $20, and their
$2 J suit is the same of quality, such
suits usually sel.ing for $2 A com
parison of goods will prove that you
wilt save some dollars by. giving me
your order. M. D. Hughes, Agent.
I FARM AND STOCK NOTES.
S.ooo bushels corn wanted. I
will give one dollar and seventy
live cents per barrel for 1,000 bar
rels of com delivered at the Pil
Jno. W. Miller, Mgr.
For sale, 0 Duroc Jersey pigs. W.
An important fact to bear in mind,
that after you have bred the mare she
should bi kept quiet for a day or two.
It is not good policy to feed mares in
foil rye in anv form. ,
Wool is bringing twenty cents in
the Winchester market.
Don't forget to keep a lump of rock
salt handy for your colts.
To raise high priced colts you must
breed to high priced stallions. The
scrub must go.
Go through your flock occasionally
and weed out the poor ones. Not all
sheep ra:sid are fit for breeders.
A horseflesh banquct'was lateby held
in Wales, at which eighty men were
invited, but only seven attended.
Lack of entcrpriS3 in stock raising
has much to do with the poverty o
Spain and Mexico. Their highest am
bition is a donkey or a mule.
A good horse can travel 400 yards in
4 1-3 minutes at a walk; 400 yards id "2
minutes in a trot and 400 yards in one
minute in a gallop.
Mrs. Calvin Woo! ford, of Hart coun
ty, is said to be one of the most suc
cessful hog raisers in the State, and
now has on hand 4,000 pigs. Greens
The Richmond Register says: The J.
W. Zaring Grain and Mill Co., of this
citj', has bought four growing crops
of wheat in this county at SI and one
at 93c. They expect to buy several
other crops in the next fewdiys
II. C. Allen, of Georgetown, recent
ly sold to Mr. John II. Aylor, of Gun
powder, Ky., a pair of fancy Polled
Angus calves for $200. The bull "Ad
miral Dewey," being a littlj over five
My son was afllicted with rheuma
tism whiuh contracted his right limb
until he was unable to walk. After
using one and a half bottles of Cham
berlain's Pain llalm he was able to be
about again. I can heartily recom
mend it to persons suffering from
rheumatism. John Snider, Freed, Cal
houn Co. , W. Va. For sale by R. E.
It is maintained by some that but
ter, well made, salted and packed du
ring the hot months when it is cheap,
in vessels impervioin to the air, and
then buieJ in the soil or where it can
rem tin at an even temperature, will
turn out as good six months thereafter
as when fresh made. The burial must
b2 beneath the reach of summer heat.
Pans of ch ireoal set o i the shelves,
ledges or lloor of a damp cellar which
cannot be thoroughly ventilated will
in iko the air pure and sweet. If a
Urge basketful of the charcoal be
placed in such a cellar where milk is
kept there will be little danger of its
The Winchester Democrat says
B-ock & Riilsback shipped a carload
of hogs which cost $3 4) or less. 'Ihey
hage bought some in the last day or
two paying as high as 3 3-4 cts. It is
thought they will be worth 4 cents in
a short while.
The hen is simply an egg machine,
and if in proper condition, fed the
right kind of food, water, light and
warmth supplied, she must either lay
or die, and most of them prefer to lay.
The long drouth that prevailed in
this country last fall seems to have
killed much of the bluegras;. The
pastures are filled with a small weed,
the grass having died out. Anderson
. EuggUs, Sn and
We have on our floor two car
loads of the finest and most com
plete line of
ever shown in Lancaster. Our
prices are lower than can be found
anywhere. Our guarantee is bet
ter. We can save you from
$5 to $25.00
on any vehicle you buy.
We also have a complete line of
Harness we' are' offering exceeding
Come and see us. No
trouble to show goods.
W. I ROMANS Carina Co.;
S. C. P. Jones, Milesburg, Pa., writes:
"I have used De Witt's Little Early
Rises ever since they were introduced
here and must say I have never use 1
any pills in my family during forty
years of house keeping that gavi such
satisfactory results as a laxative or
cathartic." Stormes' Drug Store, lm
The wheat crop in Boyle county
never promised a finer yield. D. N.
Prewitt bought of Took Hubble 27
hogs at 3 35 and 50 each from A. J.
Rica and E. W. Lee at the same price;
also twenty from John White at three
cents. Danville Advocate.
It is a singular fact that no pacer
has a record of 2:00. Every fraction of
time from 2:33 3-4 up has been pre
empted save only 2;00. In 1S91 Direct
paced a mile against time at Indepen
dence in 2:00, which was the world's
record at that time. But his record
stood at that point but the single year,
he reducing it to 2:05 1-2 at Nashville
A horse cm generally be cured of
kicking in harness by an arrangement
that takes up one of his fore feet
whenever he kicks. Have a slender
but strong rope passing from the driv
er's seat through a ring, strongly at
tached to the girth and fastened to a
strap buckled around the fore ankle.
Whenever the animal begins to kick
thd driver can haul in on the rope and
jirk up the fore foot to which it is tied.
A few surprises of this sort will con
vince almost any kicker that kicking
A horse trained to walk fast, wheth
er he intended for the saddle, single
harness or team, ought always to bring
a better price than one that is a slow
walker, though equally good in other
Oae Minute is not long, yet relief is
obtained in half that time by the use
of One Minuto Cough Cure. It pre
vents consumption and quickly cures
colds, croup, bronchitis, pneumonia,
la grippe and all throat and lung
troubles. Stormes' Drug Store, lm
Horse meat was served at the annu
al banquet of the Kansas City Veteri
nary College, according to a dispatch
from that city. Though the spread
was elaborate, not a morsel of meat
other than the flesh of the horse was
served. From soup to roast it was all
horse. The students and faculty of
the college who gatherel around the
board made merry, and insisted that
it was appetizing.
An exchange says: We do not hes
itate to grow celery for our own use
now. Formerly we were unable to
keep it an 1 it was for the most part
wasted, but last winter we kept a con
siderable quantity in good condition,
by the very simple device of wrapping
the bunches in brown paper and set
ting them close together in a wide
trench made on the floor of the cellar.
Try the plan friends and we think
you will never spend a winter without
the healthful luxury thereafter.
The Indiana Farmer says: "If you
intend to bree 1 sheep for mutton, se
lect such breeds as grow rapidly and
mature quickly. Keep your lambs
growing vigorous ahd strong, and
don't let them los-s a day up to the
time they go to market. Never take a
half fattened sheep to market, it is
this kind of mutton that makes the
American people dislike it so. Sheep
if kept in the pink of condition from
the time of birth until they are
slaughtered make the best and most
II. F. Ilillenmeyer, of Lexington,
says that in 1845 there were three
sweeping frosts in May, just one week
between each, but the one on the 15th
swept off wheat, corn and all fruits
and tender growth. In 1S53 the frost
on May 1, injured fruit, but not grain.
In 1S03 the May frost killed, all small
grain and everything tender. In 1881,
while it was not a May frost things
were in growth just as now. The
wheat blackened considerably, many
farmers plowed it down and planted
corn, but those that had faith made
fair crops. The year will be remem
bered by its visitation of the army
worms, which was especially destruc
tive in Fayette county and Bourbon.
Pjf4fAMANlIBIAN TEA cures Dyspop
r IWIIIvl v sia, Constipation and Indi
gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts.
The following are laws laid down by
the United States Government for the
protection of newspapers :
If subscribers order the discontinu
ance of their periodicals, the publisher
may continue to send them until all
arrearages are paid.
If the subscribers neglect or refuse
to take their periodicals out of the of
fice to which they are directed, they
are held responsible until they settle
their bills and order them discontin
ued. If subscribers move to other places
without informing the publisher, and
the papers are sent to the former di
rection, they are held responsible.
The courts have decided that refus
ing to take periodicals from the office
or removing and leaving them uncalled
for, is prima facia evidence of inten
Any person who receives a newspaper
and makes use of it, whether he has or
dered it or not, is held by law a subscriber,
If subscribers pay in advance they
are bound to give notice to the pub;
lisher at the end of their time, if they
do not wish to continue taking it,
otherwise the publisher is authorized
to send it on and the subscriber will be
responsible of all arrears, is sent the
Publishers of newspapers can, under
the law, arrest any man for fraud who
takes a paper and refuses to pay for it
Under this law it is a dangerous trick
for a man to allow his' subscription
account to run on from six months to
a year and a half, unpaid, and then tell
the postmaster to mark it "refused," or
send to the editor a postal card to dis
continue the paper.
ile it: Brave Boys Mi
Is also to the front
with a strictly UP-TO-DATE line of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
SHOES, HATS, ETC.
Hi Jl IB 1 Bi Si Cal1 and looi: at our
3L.X1XJE OF OOOT.
We take pleasure in showing
J. W. SWEENEY.
For the raeedvanil nermnrpnf rnm nf
tetter, salt rhenm and eczema, Cham-
oenains jye and Skm Ointment is
vituonc an equal, it relieves the itch
iiifr and smarting almost instantly and
its coniinned use effects a permanent
cure. It also cures itch . barbpr's itrh
Scald head, sore nipples, itching piles,
chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and
Dr. Clilv's rini1tt!nn "PnveHara fr
horses are the best tnnif. blnnl mriflor
and vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. Sold by
R. E. McEoberts, Druggist, Lancaster
One fare for round trip to Lexington,
account the League American Wheel
men Meeting, June 20th and 21st, from
all points in Kentucky, Queen & Cres
cent Route. Good to Juno 22od to re
turn. Bicycles Handled Free.
I have purchased
TTT-11 - 4-U1
prepared to furnish, the 'c
Very Best Rigs
on the shortest notice.
Special attention given j
Commercial Travelers. It
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EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE Col
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Robinson & Hamilton Agts
Office over Post Office.
Lancastbr, : : : Kentucky.
Queen & Crescent Route.
10 (Dally except Sunday) 6:09 a. m
6 (Daily except Sunday) 1 : p. m
4 (Dally) Flag 3:48 a.m.
2 (don't stop) 4:17 p. m
1 (don't stop) 11 : 12 a. m.
5 (Dally except Sunday) 11 :10 a. m.
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(Midnight Has) 11:42 p.m.
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Queen of America.
National of Hartfort.
Pheaix of firooklya.
Hartford of Hartford.
Manchester of England.
CoBnectlcat of Hartford.
North British and Mercantile.
German American of New York.
Liverpool and London and Globe.
I also represent the old reliable
New York Life Insurance
J J. HOOD,
Office over J. C. Thompsau's Jewelry store
on Danville street.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Garrard Lodee No. 2Q. Knights
of Pythias, meets every Thursday
niffht in Odd Fellows hall. All vis
iting Knights are fraternally invi
ted. G. B. Swinebroad, C. C.
J. E. Robinson, K. R. & S.
CAPT. T. W. BOTTOM
Auctioneer, of Perryville,
Will' be on the street every County
Court Day and solicits the sales of the
County. Will- make it to your inter
est to see me Deiore seeing any otaer
NOTICE TO CKKD1T0KS.
All persoi..- knowing themselves Indebted to
tho cstato of the late Dr. W. S. O'Neal will
please call anil nettle with L. F. Hubble and
greatly oblige me.
M. Y. O'NEAL,
Apr25 3t Administratrix.
REPORT OF THE CON
OF LANCASTER. KY..AT
CLOSE OF BUSINESS MAY 5, 1898
Loans and discounts fi)S.a OS
Overdraft, secured and unsecured... 2.1)11 :
U. S. r.ond-t to secure circulation I0.(U) U)
Stock, r-ecuriiu--:, etc I .MX) 00
l!atikiiii;-liouse,furuitureandli.xtured U.UUO 00
Other real estate and mortgages own
ed llCO 9!)
Dae from National liauks (not Re
serve Agents) 2jn 4..
Due from State Hanks and banker.. . M0 7S
Due from approved reserve Hgeut S."7! :tt
Check and other cash Item 9 M
Notes of other National Rank 2!ti OO
Fractional paper currency,ulckel.ct 106 'J5
Specie $ir.A 50
Legal-tender note 4-0 00
Redemption Fund with U.S. Treas
urer t-r,; ot circulation)
Capital stock paid la-. $200,000 00
Surplus fund 40,0UO 00
Undivided profits, le expense and
taxes paid -t.l-V: fci
State Bank notes outstanding 1 1.300 00
Due to other National Banks 2.47:: 74
Due to State Banks and banker. . . . 511 CO
Individual deposits subject to check. 105,10 92
Certified check :w0
Total :).! C9
Stateof Kentucky, County of Gareard.ss:
1, Wm. II. KiNNAlun. Cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the above
statement is true to the best of mv knowledge
aud belief. WM. II. KINNAIRD.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1C
day of May, lsus. R. Kinn.uk.
Commission expires Jauuarv ltth llX)'.
ALEC R. PENNY, 1
Jno. K. Stormes. Directors.
A. C. Robinson. )
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Citizens National Bank
OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT
CLOSE OF BUSINESS, MAY 5, 1898
Loan and discounts illl.OOG 50
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. lja 5rt
U. S Bonds to secure circulation 2.V00O 00
Premium on V. 3. Bond 2.000 00
Stocks, securities, etc 4,1.00 00
BaukiuC'house. furniture and uxtnres 8-00 00
Other real estate aud mortgages
owueu jjO uu
Duo from National Banks (not Re-
reseve .ireni i74 2!
Due from State Hanks and Bankers... 1C 24
Due from atmroved reserve azents... 12.lt 57
Checks and other cash items 2 CO
fractional paper currency, nlckles
ana cents ice oi
Specie f.077 30
Legal-tender notes oo
Redemption fnnd with U. S. Treas
urer (j per ceui oi circulation). .. I ia tsj
Total ir.V2 2i
Capital stock paid in $100,000 00
Surplus fund 15,000 10
Undivided profits. less expenses and
taxes Paid 2.902 9fi
National Bank note outstanding.... 22wo 00
Due to oilier atlonal i;aiiKs lit. us
Due to State Banks and bankers 4.Vs 10
Individual dciKsits subject to check. 70,i;-."2 "
Tax Fund SS
Total J2i2.5- 29
State of Kentucky, County of Garrard, ss:
1. B. F. Hudson. Cashier of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above state
ment is true to the best of my knowledge and
belief. B. F. Hudson. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this U
day of May, 1S'.W.
S. C. Dksny, Notary Public.
Correct Attest :
Lewis Y, Leayell, )
J. M. IIlcniNCOTii am. )
Kou Are Going North,
If you Are Going South,
If you Are Going East,
If you Are Going West;
PUNCHMC TICKETS VIA TMC
The Maximum of Safety,
The Maximum of Speed,
The Maximum of Comfort,
The Minimum of Rate.
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fee csccrfUlY finished by iji'il'L ,
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