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BARNEY SCHREIBERS LATEST MOVE. Charleston, S. C, March 15. Barney Schreiber, who is about to transfer his breeding establishment from Sedalia, Mo., to Kentucky, lias been interesting owners here in a closing out sale to be held at the Sedalia Fair Grounds March 24. where he will offei: at auction a big band of stallions, broodmares, weanlings, yearlings, two-year-olds and older horses. ;IIe will likewise offer for sale farming implements, work horses, mules and other equipments on a well regulated stock farm. Discussing his proposed removal from Missouri to Kentucky, Mr. Schreiber said: "The State of Kentucky is the only place for a breeding farm, for it is to the thoroughbred world what Wall street is to the money world. When a man wants to buy a thoroughbred horse he goes to Kentucky, and while there is plenty of competition, the field is so great that a man does not mind it." It is Mr. Schreihers intention to retain about 20 of his choicest broodmares and some few of his two-year-olds. The latter he will put In training and race. He will dispose of them wheu opportunity affords, but he will hereafter maintain a racing establishment in connection with his breeding industries. Nealon and Otis, two of the stallions that have been doing stud service at the Schreiber estahlishinent will be among the sires offered at the Sedalia sale, unless Robert A Davies, wealthy Canadian turfman, who is In quest of them, buys them at private terms. Jack Atkin. which Js at present quartered at Hal Price Headleys farm, near Lexington, Kv will head Mr. Schreihers new Kentucky stud. Mr. Schreiber lias some notion of going to Germany in the event that booknuiklng is legalized in that country to engage In the laying of odds.