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WHEATCROFT LEASES WOODBURN FARM. Lexington. Ky.. November 2S. Irving II. Wheat-croft today leased from William Simms for one year 350 acres of Woodburn Farm. Spring Station, and Monday morning will remove the stallions Cesarion. Yorkshire Lad and 130 mares and weanlings from McGrathiana Farm. Next year the stallions and mares will be shipped to British Columbia. Mrs. Algernon IDaingerfield was severely scalded while in a bath at the home of her father. Colonel Henry iDuncan, this morning and is now in the Good Samaritan nospital. Mr. and Mrs. Daingerfield had made preparations to return to Now York tomorrow. John S. Offutt of Meadowthorpe Stud, who sold all his thoroughbreds In -the sale this week, lias lmught a farm in Oklahoma and will leave for his new state next week. The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder, edited for the past four years by .Tonett Shouse, today was sold to Id. B. Shropshire, who will publish It at Louisville as a live, stock and farm paper, discontinuing the thoroughbred horse department to which it was chiefly devoted.