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LEXINGTON DIRECTORS SELECTED. Lexington. Ky.. Decetlilier 11. — At the annual meeting of stockholders of the Kentucky Association today, the hoard of directors was re-elected with the exception of the selection of John G. Stoll of Lexington, to take the place of Matt J. Winn of Louisville, whose affairs elsewhere make it incou-venient for him to attend meetings of the directors here. The directors re-elected were: Catesby Woodford of Paris, president: O. H. Chenault of IXiugton. vice-president, and G. D. Wilson of Ijexington. secretary aud treasurer. President Vo.«llord. who will name the executive committee, left today for Florida. The directors will have another meeting next Tuesday to take up matters incident to the racing next spring. The three-year-olds King Simon and My King, and the two-year-old Sea Urchin, all geldings and sous of the English horse Sea King, have been pur chased by John E. Madden from Thomas F. Rvan. Mr. Madden has sold Onaga. a daughter of Clifford and Garoga, to John Sanford. Onaga is in foal to Ogden. Johnson N. Camden lias bought from Luke Combs the mare Muriel, by Watercress — Mrs. Delauey for a reported price of ,0*10. Mr. Combs has liought from Senator Camden the broodmare Cook, by Onondaga — Stewardess. Rody Patterson has bought the yearling chestnut colt by Hastings — Artemisia from R. N. Smith of Kminence. Mr. Smith has sent his two-vear-old filly by Ferole to Mr. Patterson to be trained.