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22 -'November 13, 2014 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook ressive a Less than 24 hours minimum wage, after Kentucky's vot- which has not been ers maintained the raised in more than 54-46 Democratic five years, and ensur- majority in the Ken- ing gender equity in tucky House of Rep- the workforce. resentatives, the House Major- chamber's leaders ity Whip Tommy offered a far-reach: Thompson, D-Phil- ing agenda for the pot, noted that the 2015 legislative ses- House "has made sion. economic develop- '%Ve want to thank ment a central role the voters for their in our vision for Ken- support and for giv- tucky. That includes ing us the opportu- investments in work- nity to move ahead force training; the with those ideas local-option sales tax that are important to initiative, known as ~ ~:~22 ~!:Z2"~~ ..... :!~ .......... themall Kentuckyand that fami-.help letLIFT'localWhiChcommuni-Wuld ........................................................... lies succeed," Houge ties have a choice . : .... Speaker Greg Stum- in determining their I bo, D-Prestonsburg, future by funding said this afternoon, major projects them- "Our Democratic selves; and public- caucus has made private partnerships, an effort in recent which will bring years to distance businesses and gov- itself from the poli- ernment closer to- cies and gridlock we gether to accomplish have seen coming 'a public goal. The from ..... Washington, people can see we and thevoters rallied have been focused EDDIE PURCELL- Auctioneer License # P554 859-473-0630 behind that. We are on growing good- not like Washington, paying jobs, and we we don't intend to will Continue pursu- be like Washington, ing those in 2015 and and we don't care for beyond." what is going on in House Majority PURCELLS AUCTION SERVICE HAS BEEN AUTHORIZED TO SALE FOR HOMER Washington. We be- Caucus Chair Sannie JOHNSON H1S HOME, LAND AND CONTENTS, CONTENTS CONSISTING OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS: 2001 350 HONDA RANCHER ES FULLTIME 4X4 WITH lieve flaat we can dis- Overly, D-Paris, said 196 MILES 6312 HOURS NEW BATTERY FOUR WHEELER IS IN EXCELLENT agree without being the House would also SHAPE GREAT FOR THE SPORTSMAN OR HUNTING ENTHUSIA,~T Mt LqT SEE disagreeable, and continue to work on TO APPRECIATE. our agenda reflects those social issues HAND SAWS, WHFFE SEWING MACHINE, BRACE AND BITS, MISC TOOLS, CRAFTSMAN CIRCULAR SAW, SKILL SAW, that." that have a major ira- ENTERPRISE MEAT GRINDER, BRASS TORCH, SKYRIDER ~940'S RADIO, WEDGES, BOX PULLEYS, PLUMB.ING SUPPLIES, "Our message res- pact on Kentuckians. BLACK & DECKER DRILL, DEWALT DRILL, SMALL ANVILS, HAMMERS, HATCHE'I"S, SHOE LASS, GRINDERS, AXES, o atefl with the peo- That includes "find- ROPE PULLEY, ANTI FREEZE, FIREPLACE TOOLS, FOUR WAY LUG WRENCH, COME ALONGS, AIR PUMP, 1868 SILVER ple of Kentucky and ing a comprehen- PLATE PITCHER, CORNBREAD MOLDS, TRAILER WHEELS, BANJO MANDOLI.N, CRAFTSMAN TOOL BOX, METER BASE', proved the House sive solution to the ELECTRIC MOTORS, TOOL BOXES WITH CONTENTS, GRISWALD SKILLETS, WAGNER CORN BREAD MOLD, HOBART SCALES MISC NUTS, BOLTS, CLAMPS, FISHING TACKLE, MILWAUKEE DRILL, MI'I'ER SAW RYOBL BLACK HAWK Democratic Caucus heroin epidemic and CORN SHELLER, GINSENG HOE, WELLER DRIMEL TOOL #12, WALKING STICKS, COLEMAN PROPANE GRII.L, JARS OF is doing something making sure we tack- MARBLES, 40 PLUS PAPER WEIGHTS, TURKEY COOKER, OIL LAMPS, KAY BANJO, BOAT MOTOR GAME FISHER 15HP fight," House Major- le this issue much as SHORT SHAFT, WOODS BANJO, ACCORDIAN, CAST IRON, CHURNS, 2 VIOLINS, CLOCKS, GLASSWARE, CARNIVAL ity Leader RockyAd- we did prescription- GLASS, 7ABLE & CHAIRS, CORNER SHELF, COFFEE GRINDERS, MICROWAVE, bAN, HEATER, MEAT GRINDER #22, 'I"V,, kins, D-Sandy Hook drug abuse." PLANER, BEE SMOKER, BEE KEEPF~S ITEMS, GUN CASES, WASHER & DI~YER KENMORE, DRILL PRESS, PORCH SWING, said. '%Ve are corn- She said another ITEMS 7"00 NUMEROUS TO MEN'I~'ON. mired to continuing priority will be to THE HOME AND LAND'IS LOCATED AT 861 BUFFALO TRACE, CARLISLE KENTUCKY 40311. THE HOME WILL BE our agenda to create extend domestic OFFERED UP FOR AUCTION THE DAY OF "['HE SALE AT 12:00PM AT VICES COMM UNITY CENTER IN CONJUNC'I70N a strong economy violence orders and WITH BARBARA BASHAW REALTY AND AUCTION LLC. THE HOME SITS ON 44 WOODED ACRES, AND IS A HUNTERS PARADISE. KEEP WATCHING THE WEBSITE FOR THE LISTING OF THE HOME AND PROPERTY that will produce emergency protec- MORE ITEMS AND DESCRIPTIONS TO COME! THIS IS JUST A PARTIAL LISTING!! KEEP WATCHING FOR MORE PHO- good jobs, improve tive orders to victims TOM. public education, in dating situations. NO BUYERS PREMIUM!!! PAYMENT METHOD: CASH OR CHECK WITtt PROPER ID expand tourism and "We are the only state OTT RESI9ONSIBLE FOR ACC1DENI"S 7 development initia- not to offer some ANY ANNOUNCEMENTS DAY OF SALE TAKE PRECEDENCE Ot ER ANY AND ALL ADVERTISING. fives and develop in- level of civil protec- novative energy solu- tion in these cases," tlons, she said. 'TFhat puts Speaker Stumbo an especially unfair said a top priority burden on some of 520 East Main Street, sle, KY, 40311 for the House will our youngest women be to continue work-who have no way of Phone: 859-289-5711 Fax" 859-289-5710 ing with Governor obtaining a DVO." Beshear to manage The leaders added Principal Auctioneer: William (Butch) Bashaw- 859-588-0631 state government thatthe Housewould as Kentucky contin- also put its support Principal Broker-Barbara Bashaw- 859-588-5711 us t0:emerge from behind a constitu- bashawrealty.com the country's worst tional amendment recession since the that would give vot- @ Great Depression. ers a chance to bring rl House Speaker Pro Kentucky in line with Tern Larry Clark, D- most other states I uisville, said that that allow most fel- NOVEMBER 15TH @ 12:00PM helping Kentucky's ons to vote after com- working families pleting all *aspects of AUCTION LOCATION: , "guides all that we their sentence. , VICES COMMUNITY CENTER 6377 MOOREFIELD KY40311 do. That's why we 'qVV-e have an ambi- don't pursue those tious agenda, but I'm PROPERTY LOCATION: policies that seek to more convinced than 861 BUFFALO TRACE RD CARLISLE KY 40311 us. Instead ever that we can en- have worked act it and other need- OPEN HOUSE IS SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9TH @ 2:00-5:00PM tii-elessly to provide ed laws," Speaker the legislative tools Stumbo said. 'The needed to create and election season is sustain good-paying over; now, it's time to jobs in our existing get to work." and developing in- The 2015 Regular dustries." Session is set to be- .... StuInb~ gin January 6th, and PURCELI:S AUCTION SERVIcEAND agenda will last for 30 work- BASHAW REALTY & AUCTION LLC, HAS it.s would include ing days, concluding BEEN AUTHORIzED TO SELLATAUC- b sting the state's in late March. T1ON FORMER RESIDENCE OF HOMER JOHNSON. THIS HOME SITS ON 44 WOODED ACRES, AND IS A HUNTERS PARADISE. YOU CAN WALK OUT YOUR DOOR AND SEE DEER GRAZING. THE HOME HAS 2 BEDROOMS, 1 BATH, UNFINISHED BASEMENT WITH 1 CAR GARAGE. THIS tS ) A V1NYL SIDED HOME, ALL EI.,EC'FRIC, WITH PRO[ ANE BACK UP HEAT. THE LAND IS ABOUT 97% WOODED. LOTS OF HICKORY, WALNUT AND OAK TREES. YOU CAN SIT ON THE DECK IN THE MORNING AND DRINK YOUR COFFEE, WHILE ENJOYING THE ABUNDANCE OF WILDLIFE, DEER, TURKEY, AND SQUIRRELS. THIS HOME IS A MUST SEE. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS PROPERTY OR TO VIEW, PLEASE CONTACT BARBARA BASHAW @ 859-588-5711 OR 859- 289-5711. KEEP WATCHING FOR MORE PHOTOS. Open: Monday'- Friday 8 am - 5pm CallUs About Our Weekly Special PRINCIPAL AUCTIONEER EDDIE PURCELL 859-473-0630 LICENSE #P554 PRINCIPAL BROKER-BARBARA BASHAW 859-588-5711, BASHAW REALTY & AUCTION,LLC TERMS/CONDITIONS: i0% OF Ti-IE TOTAL PURCHASE PRICE 1S TO BE PLACED IN ESCROW THE DAY OF THE AUC- TION WITH THE BALANCE DUE UPON CLOSING NO LATER THAN 30 DAYS. BUYER SHOULD SATISFY THEMSELVES AS TO ANY INSPECTIONS PRIOR TO BIDDING. ANY ANNOUNCEMENTS MADE THE MULTIPLE LISTIN~ SEFIVIOE DAY OF AUCTION SUPERSEDE ALL ADVERTISING. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL EDDIE PURCELL AUCTIONEER 859-473-0630, OR BASHAW REALTY & AUCTION,LLC. 859-289-5711 oPPo~T~,., t,,~..ou~ I L