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, The Lexington Railway Company consists of the Street Railway,
 P- Iilectric Ligl1t and Ice Plants of Lexington, Ky., Mr. R. Lancaster  
*, \\'illia1ns, of Riclnnond, Ya., being the President of the company, ,.__
  The local head of tl1e concer11 is Mr. E. C. Hathaway, who as General
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i  ‘ Manager, conducts the allairs of the coinpany i11 {lll able and most sat-
l' isfactory 1nanner——tl1e result of his labors 11ot o11ly being inost satisfac-
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tory to the owners of the >ro ierty, but es uecially so to tl1e Lexington
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  Since last May, when this property CZllll€ into its present ownership,
·*, a innnber of iinproyeinents haye been lll2l(lQ; 12 new cars haye been put
 . into seryice, and llC\\' motors furnished for the entire system. A great
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‘, deal of work has l}CQll (lOllC on tl1e track the road being nractically re-
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lt built.
  l-`roin 1; to za motor cars and I2 trail cars are o ierated bv the
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f street railway, the re<·‘ular seryice consistin<¤‘ of 1 niotor cars. The t
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;° road, with contemplated changes put llll() ellect, will be one of the best   _ 2
{E in the country. Conteinplated changes will soon be inade i11 the power-    
'l‘ house 1n all departments. ’ ·
  The lflectric Light Departnient furnishes light lor the city of Lex-
'·  in<··ton l`or street li<·‘htin<·‘, and also Clll'l'Qlll for so111e te11 thousand incan-
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descent lights, and about two llllll(ll`Ctl arc lights for connnercial pur-
 l poses A nn1nberol` additional arc lights will probably be placed in `
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' the streets 111 a Sll()l`l t1111e.
it The Ice Ilepartinent consists of a 55-ton ice plant, adjoining the
 `P iower-house for electric light a11d railway and furnishes ice for the city
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 T of Lexington and snrroiniding towns.
 · Mr. T. I). M11rr1;;,· is Secretary of the Lexington Railway Coni-
l.  wan   R. T. Gunn, Sn >erintendent of tl1e Li<>·ht and Railway l)e >art-
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2.  ments; R. E. Hunt, Snperi11te11dent of the Ice Departnient.
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