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Beginning December 31st and Ending January 7, 1911.
Consisting of Odd Dressers, Chamber and Parlor Suits, Library, Parlor and Extension Tables, Ladies' Desks, Pedes
tals, Taboretts, Sideboads, Buffets, Chiffoniers, Chifferobes, Ladies' Sewing and Folding Tables. Large Leather
Rockers and Chairs, Iron and Brass Beds and Cots Music Cabinets, Davenports, Kitchen Cabinets, Plate Racks,
Mirrors and China Cabinets. The largest and best selected lot of Rugs ever in this town, from 18 inches in size up
to 9x12. We will sell you a nice Pro-Brussels 9x12 for $7.00. Axminster Rugs 9x12 for $16.00 and up. We are
overstocked and must reduce same. Our terms during this sale will be cash, and no goods exchanged after they
leave the house- Remember the time Saturday, December 31st and closing Saturday, January 7, 1911. Come
early and get first choice. The chance of your life to buy new, up-to-date Furniture, Carpets, Morris Chairs, Rugs
and everything kept in an up-to-the-minute store. Cost of goods not considered. Everything marked in plain
Secretary Horace W. Wilson,
of the Kentucky Horse Breeders
Association, announces that 874
weanlings have been kept eligible
to the twenty-first annual renewal
of the Kentucky Futurity of $21,
000 for foals of 1910.
The list this year conies from
thirty "Seven states and from Can
ada and England indicating the
widespread fame and continued
pouularity of this richest of colt
stakes. The list of nominators
aggregates 311. Thirty-two have
live or more weanlings to their
credit, or a total of 478, this num
ber representing nearly 55 per
cent of the entire list.
The lnnjpst list nf colts comes
from W. "E. 1). Stokes' Patchen
Wilkes farm near Lexington which
names eighty-eight of its grandly
As Administratrix of Geo. Barry, deceased, I will sell,
at Public Outcry, on
Thursday, January 5, 1911
at 10 o'clock, a. m., at his late residence, near Howards
Mill, Ky., the following property, to-wit:
1 Sorrel Mare
1 White Faced Mare
1 Blind Mare
Hay Rake, Plows, Cutting
Troughs, Digger, etc.
1 Man's Saddle
1 Buggy, 1 Lot of Hay
1 Lot Locust Posts
Will also sell at same time about 30 head of Yearling
Cattle, two Horses, tfne Mule, 6 years old, and some other
property set aside as exempt property to the undersigned
as widow. Terms made known on day of sale.
Georgia V. Barry
Wm. Cravens, Auctioneer
bred weanlings including forty
eight by the sensational sire Peter
the Great 12:07 , The famous
Walnut Hill Farm of L. V. Hark
ness, at Donerall, Ky.. for the lirst
time in many years lills second
place with only sixty- two young
sters, principally the get of its
ever popular and richly bred trio
of sires, Moko, Walnut Hall and
Rank ok Bio Fakms.
Next comes .7. K. Newman's
Clairborne Farm near Lexington,
with thirty-eight foals by the
Director-General and Ormonde.
Willian Russell Allen's farm, of
Pittstield, Mass., is fourth, with
thirty mostly by the young stall
ion Bingara. Then follow William
Simpson's Empire City Farm,
Cuba, N. Y., with twenty-nine,
the majority of which are by the
1 Crippled Colt
1 Sorrel Filly
1 Farm Wagon, Hay Frame
including Mowing Machine,
Box, Corn Sheller, Feed
1 Shot Gun
Household & Kitchen Fur
peerless MeKinney, and the i
Western recruit among the hu
nominators to the Futurity. M.
V. Savage's International Stock
Food Farm, Minneapolis, Minn.,
which has twenty-four weanlings
listed in the Futurity, all but one
being by the pacing champion,
Dan Patch 1:55.
At All Times
WE WILL MEET
Strata & Frazer
Rlt. Sterlinn. - Kentucky
National Horsemen Convention
P. K. Devereux, president of
the Grand Circuit has issued a call
for a national convention of all
horsemen to meet in Buffalo, N.
Y., .January 9.
The object of the convention is
stated to be "the betterment of all
trotting interests, whether track
managers, owners or trainers." He
also issued a call for the annual
meeting of the Stewards of the
Grand Circuit in Buffalo January
No State to Lose Member.
The coining congressional re-apportionment
will provide for a
total membership of 435 in the
house of Representatives accord
ing to present indications. This
would mean one member to every
211,700 of population.
Chairman Crumpacker of the
house committee on census and
some of his associates have been
digesting the statistical calcula
tions recently compiled by the
census bureau to show the effect
of various systems of apportion
ment on the representation of the
Of the 1G members of the com
mittee, 11 members are from
states which would lose one or
more representatives if the present
number of members of the entire
house is maintained in the light of
the population shown by the
census just completed.
It is likely that these states will
not only be protected, but as Mr.
Crumnacker and others believe,
that an increase to 435 will solve
the problem before the house, that
being the least number that will
save every state from any loss in
the numerical strength of the del
egation at Washington.
ItchI Itch! Itch! Scratch!
Scratch! Scratch! The more you
scratch the worse the itch. Try
Doan's Ointment. It cures piles,
eczema, any skin itching. All
druggists sell it. lni.
The Munidipal Arts Commission
of Boston refused to permit a por
trait of the late Julia Ward Howe
to be placed in Faneuil Hall.
New Plumbing firm
M. R. Mainline having bought
out W. S. Smathers in the plumb
ing, tinning and gas fittings, etc.,
the new firm name will be Hain
line & Leverett. They will be triad
to make estimates on plumbing,
roofing and gas fittings, etc, Sat
isfaction guaranteed in every way.
"When the husband of a Holy
Roller in Tennessee found that he
and his six children had no dinner
cooked because his wife was roll
iuji around with the Rollers, he
went to the tent and marched her
home, although she insisted that
"the ravens would feed 'he family"
like Elijah. Continuing to refuse
to prepare the meal and throwing
herself into a trance, she was rude
ly awakened by her husband with
a strap. She had him arrested for
assault, and he had to put up $250
for bail to go to jail. When a
woman gets crazy on a so-called
religion like, the Holy Rollers, it
is best for a man to let her go. It
is neither good manners nor siood
form to attempt to chastize her.
The Hamburg-American steamer
Cheruskia, 105 days out from
Asiatic Turkey, was towed into
New York last week. She lost
her propeller on Oct. 28.
on the sole. That's our reason for sell
ing them; we
we sell is
Selz Ik. the
P3-50, $4, 5
He Don't know.
Smith, the Democratic senator
ial aspirant in New Jersey, says
that much adultation and success
has turned Governor-elect Wood
row Wilson's head, or rather
caused it to swell out of propor
tions. Mavbe so and maybe not..
At this distance it looks like his
head is very level not to want a
man who seems to belong to the
interests, to take the place of a re
publican who has sol J out body
and soul t o them. Lexington
The monumental liar of this or
last century says he will not re
turn to the platform.- This is
about the only truth that he bos
told for a year or more. He
knows if he should return that un
sound eggs, old cabbages and,
other loud smelling articles would'
greet him instead of an audience.
Of course we refer to Dr. Cook.
j! when you get shoes
with the name Selz
know that every pair
giving our customer
M value for the money:
b!ible- Look for this
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