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The Central Record, Thursday, April 26, 1917.
COMBINED STALLION HIGH PRESTON 6846 Hay Stallion 111 har.ds. ilir. Ml bin I ankle white, fine stile mid notion. He will mkkfi the season of l'.UT nt my barn at llaeklry, Kentucky, at $10. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. ilinil PKKSTON J sired by Carroll Preston, -IM, lie l.v Preston C.2. Iiy Washington 51, liy Cromwell 7.1, liv Washington Denmark. Cnrn.ll Preston's 1st ilnm Hahy Pence 7" IV, bv Knoch Arden, 2ml dam Lady Pence by Almont Forrest USB, Snl ilam Daughter of (iarraid Chief 22C3, ttli dam (iray F.sgle tllOIi PUKSTON GHi 1st dam win tiueen Kagle. "In- by King Kagle 2."f.t;. lie by Kol King 2V5, b liv Untinie 7t.", by Stonewnll Jackson "I, Koyal King's 1st ilnm .Mollie Mnunlz 25s I. win by Hie noted (ire Cahbells Lexington. F. S. King Eagle's lt ilnm Hip SVPJ, she bv Eagle Hlnl, he by Old King Eagle 750, 2nd ilnm Ited I .ion. 3rd dam Harris Denmark -15, Ith ilnm by Jim Hell. HIGH PIIESTON lis UJ 2ml ilnm l.ady Hlnl. she oy Eagle Hird lull. 3rd dam Mollie Drennon she by Old Drennud, 4th dam Copper I'nitom and tuns back tn old Davy Crockett :!23l!,. Thoroughbied. Also at the fame time and place will stand mv line .lack, C. Morgan 4665 At $7.00 to Insure a Living Horse Colt and $8.00 for Mare Colt C. Morgan la 11 black Jack, with white point. 15 lunula high, coming seven years old and has proven himself a Rood breeder. C. Morgan by John Morgan. Jr., 3705, was aired by John Morgan, he by Mar- tnaduke and is out of an imported Jen- "Wl .Wl JFU'UO.raini .: net. John Morgan, Jr., out of Jennet by Joe Hlackburn. he by 3rd prince, he by 2rd Prince, he bj Imp I'rince. 1st dam Dsisy by Dixie. she by Irvin Dixie liv Kickapo, 2nd dam .Mollie Gray by l.ird Wellington, 3rd dam Iiy Importer Dam needier Jennet. A lien retained on all colt for service. Care taken to prevent accident.", but not responsible should an occur. ' J. F. Foley, Hackley, Ky. V Uilri'nuTiinvjK'ltm ROWLAND PEAVINE 6053. Chestnut Stallion, Foaled May 11. 1912. Sired by Hex I'eavine No. 1793, by Kex McDonald No. i't3. by Kex DenmarkSlO 1st dam- Hourboniste No. K297 (full sister to llnurbon's llest) by llourbon Chief 971!, b Harrison Chief IGmJ, by Cluri; Chief f9. 2nd dam -Judy Oliver Cl7. by Hed Cloud 2107, by Indian Cnief 171S. 3rd dam by Wilson's King 2197. 4th dam -Daughter of Sim's Cl.uk,Chi-f 2573. Rowland Peavine is u rich chestnut, with star and snip; stands 15.3 full; weighs 1100 pounds: live years nhl. As yivi wil see from the above breeding, he has the blood of the best show horses Kentucky his ever piiMluced, ard is one himselt. You should see this horsu liefoie hooking yutir mare. You rarely ever have the opportunity to breed to u h.irse a fashionably bred ut the small fee of . $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. Will make the season of 1917 nt my stable on Kat Main street. Money dut nt blith of cult or when mure is parted with or bied tu other stock. J. C. BAILEY. Stanford, Kv. ARTIST PEAVINE Will make the "mi,i of '.)I7 ai mv far n tvu mile, West of Lancaster On the new DhtiviII pike ai $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. rtit IVavine is priimui.cul bv cimnutrt judLes of combined horses, to li ntn or the ln.'t nidlv:dis s in Uoiitr.il Kent.iekv. A careful (xtkiisI of Lis iwdigren should c mvl n'O anvonit that few horses In t.le slut lusve ll huller rust. ARTISTPEA VINE by r- entueky I'e ivine.afcM'. he by llax I'eavine ITJi, 1st dam, Artie Kuie, No. Uh98 she by Kenturav's Artist. No. 115', lie by Artist MontrtMe, No. 51, by Artist, Nj, 75, bv ln t' WiIIihii), No IW. by Washington Denmark, No. ill. 2nd dairt, by King Cbe.ter, by CI ester Dare. Kid ilum by Sile'r King, he by On Tiire, h bv Stonewall J aeksoii. ttli dam, by Old Dieunon, Kentucky's Artist llrst t tin, was Juhii Thomas, bv Pat Thouiiu ho by Sumpter'n Denmark. 2nd dam daughter of Nero. No. CO, 3rd dam bv Old Copperbot'om. l.leii retail ed on colt null, aeason Is paid, E. DUINN, LANCASTER, KY. SEASON OF 1917 The following slock will make the season at my stable, one mile Ka,t McCrrary and six miles of Lancaster. Dorsey Gold Dust, Jr., Sire Dorsey Gold Dust. 12052. dam Pciivlne tf. Will stand at $10.00 to Insure a Living Colt. WILTONDALE 39162. of I Ramsil r?ni Trial f1 A. Half MIIa TrnrLr iivwvi u wits' vj Aiiui mm mM mhii iiaiiv ' w Trotter: Mahnjr Bay; 15.3 Hands; Sire of Seventeen In The Litt. ;Sired bv Adbell 2:21 (sire of M), he by Advertiser 2:151 (sire of 3d), he by Klecli.-meer2:I3 (sire of 1.) Dam "Mantua Maker", (dam of II). by lUil Wilkes (sire of 179) he bv j George Wilkes (,lr ofKl). In olTering Wiltundaledor public service his superior as an individual and in breeding has never before been olfered In this section. He is absolutely sound, a fast race horse, champion show horse, liming been shown 27 limes, winning 25 blue nhhoiij. He Is a great breeder and n (ure foal getter. His colts nre good looking individuals with speed, style and diinibilit). lie wilt make the sea.on of 1917 nt mv stable, six iniles from Lancaster, I three mites from llrvantsville, near the Lexington pike on the liout lane below I the h'ork church, at !$20. to Insure a Living Colt. Lien Retained on Colt Until Season is Paid. Robert R. Fox, Star Route. Lancaster, Ky. BLEUCHER 46158. Heron! 2:214. Trial 2:111. KENTUKY'S CHAMPION ROAD HORSE. Winner of Roail Class mul Hrmlitij! Clu.ss at Kentucky Stale Fair I!) US CHIEF NAPOLEON 5107 will stand at $10. to Insure a Living Colt. $25. for Jennet Chief NaHileon, 5107, has proven himself to he a good Jennet Jack. 1 ' tn i o u 1 n )iu mi. i n I lutW Nllhl Jsi , Sire ulM. itani.nl 14 I Mr i.l II 111.- Sv.ti-h I Nountlir ! Iishl J lirlilillKiii nrrll.lMii:, I ',. lurs Milk. t.w tireal IIkmmI Maie Finis Napoleon, at $8.00 to Insure.! S He is 15J bonis b;gh, yellow witli white points, big bone, 'and bisly and fine head and ears. As I am standing three good Jacks this year, 1 will give the farmers n chance to breed their stock at a reasonable low fee and am going to stand Beecher Morgan at the low price of $5.00 to Insure. I retain a lien on all colts until season money is paid. Mares transferud or bred elsewhere, forfeit insurance and must b pxid at once. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should'any occur. Phone Wi ll. WALKER BRADSHAW, 2 Mlvill Hn t !v;sv Krcsitit flat. Mreol lull! Ilurk US', alsl 3sV ele siiawi,a, isn1,. 3isaKiM i jrnny i ia llrouk f.l.r,. Kmma t.rrat t m.mI male HriHik a.,. Zatrlne ) UT',. ImIi Hllhro..l 5 IS.rli- , Mokn sim; ) filw ut HsvwHa ru?n i tn ro tiain nf Uls ttaltl sstltr Halle in J ;, Hlrnrli.r t-s. lh.f Mlt Hi ii. ; i; "Mi i.i I.Irr Sllewl Hni i n.ur 'U Malt si.ler tn Hfimkl-BSS. NnMleClar l.Sa. IP i II1.T SIIS Ml I ir-'j. nafc I Mwrico lai t "I', -( r. ik I S, III i.lv. r ,K III 3 anil l.lll) t'la) nam ui rrnes Yla ( llarr; I'lar lk.3:JV . pur ui f . iiamf m I Sot Oil llellr llr Suixu."! i llama lli-t IW. J:l . Mleof II l-!:ll,rlr. ny Slfalhlrrine Is. IKsMOt Haw ... WIU NanaJ u.U.ll!. Ml.!..! Ullk..l. Miaul ' Jrtll I'lai H, Hair, I la, flaw u sllm iri,nk t MS,. He-Mle fl.r 1 1 1 f3', etr McCreary. Widow's stock bred at half price. Kentucky. Horses, Jackets and Jennetsjfor sale. REX McD. 6597 Black Stallion; foaled 1911; about 16 hands high tin Mi' Pun a 1.1 Ml lira Ileum. rk 10 I I.IK'T Mack 31V jllrlla Ku.e I7 4'rlsler. Iiennark ? Mare t.y lar of the Hr.l lllark 'lllrrel '". I Mare l.t Ol.l star Pa'.. Mulitro.e lis. f Mollie I f .arloll IVIilltlls InnSM. ( Dululh I'hlellani ,ldi. I Mare Iiy .MiiMKintu. by Drennnii, Jill dim It can be seen by the pedigree that this .horse belongs tu a tamily of champions, his sire. Hex McOolald being the world a champion ol champions. I On his dam 8 side he traces to Montrose who was champion for eighteen Nears This horse has the finest shoulders and withers that I have ever seen, splendid bone, short bucK. His neck, head and ears are in the right pl'ice. He also has the best shiulder motion Ami h ick action of liny horse thut I have ever had in mv stable. HKX McD. is a show horse in harness us well as under the saddle. can not make a mistake in breeding your good mares to this horse. Hi Silent H rook UCoO. 2:1(! sire of Hilly Hork 2:i. Mesdow 1 1 look 2.(4. Shaw bay 2:07J. Zarrine 2:b7. Hetty Hrook 2:iiy", Lmmn Hrook 2:00. l.ady Hetlbrook 210, Mutter Hrook 2:lU. Silent Ilngade (') 2:1(1. Margaret Hatbgate (I) Still, Sireddamof Chatty Direct (I) 2.071. etc. His dam. Jenny Clay, also produced Hit) lie Clay 2:261, and was graiidam of Prue 2:21(1 Moko 2117.7, sire of pereno 2.t)5 (winner Kentucky Futurity.) Uremia. York i) 2:0.. (Futurity winnei) (A) 2K1IJ. Natue llelle (2) 2:07 (K"uturity winner) (II 2:(r.t (rhamnion : vear old llllv.) M.uinco (31 2)71 (Futuritv winner.) Si). I ver Silk (1) 2.1. Susie N. (3) 2.-03J, (Futurity winner.) Comoko 2;I0, MuIk-I 2:I0J. Mochester 2:I0J, Momsster 2:11. Siliko (3) 2:11 (Futuritv winner) etc. Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion.) Vito (I) 2:0VJ, Martha Tipton (I) 2:U3J. O'Netl (S) 2:1:1. etc. Hrotber to Humps 2:031, Itaron D. 2:10. etc. llleucher lfil., record 2:21, trial mile 2:11, half in 1 M. last ipiarter in :12 seconds, is a handsome seal bmwn horse, and will weigh I1U0 Hunds. He greatlv resemb.es his good sire Silent Crook and is out nf Cla)o, bv the great Futurity sire Moko. Foreign demand has taken oer one million horses from tins country, and we may expect better prices for our horses iii the future. Our atlv.ee to mare owners is to breed their mares ami to breed them to stallions of merit and prov en worth as sires, llleucher is just the type to produce the colts that will sup. ply th demand. His colts hae proven tine, with nice head anil neck anil plenty of bone and conformation. This great trott'ng Stallion will make the season of 1017 at mv stable in Lancaster, Kentucky, nt j $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Barlowe. I will also stand this beautiful Seet land Stallion for the season of 1917 at my ttable in Lancaster, Ky., at $10. To Insure A Living Colt. I am prepared to take care of mares on grass at 10 cents a day. Men re tained on colts for service fee. mar Money due when mare is traded or parted with. You j accidents but not resiionsiblo should any or.cur. will Care taken to prevent make the seuton At $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. PUINCK AI.RKHT. one of the best CI.VDKSDALK stallions m Kentucky will also make the season at my barns at tlin low price, of $10.00 to insure u living colt. This is the kind tu breed to for mule mares and frirm linries. '1 will also stand my trotting stallion JACKO TELL 62408 Registered in Vol. 2 1 , Rule 1 . He Im never had any tra'k work, but lias a wonderful trotting speed und is u promising trotting colt. II is four years old. inuioguny bay, 15.2 hands high. Hon heaj and neck, good leas. g''l style inl action and hts breed ing cannot be "M'alled .is jou will hee below. JACKO TKLU sired Ut Kl h Tell 5.1020, trial 2:lSi; hu by Axtell 5183, 2:12 record; hu by William I.. 1211; by (Isors Wiines, 5IU; he by Htinilleton- iaii 10. Dim Jane Jell 11770; by Hilly llras.; by Allandorf 7t2, rueord 2:1'JJ; lie by Onward 2:25; by (ieorgu Wilkes 2:22. Stwoml dum (iraco by Jacku hu by (iiiiiyinudu 2ls5;by Prineepua 5:i'l. Third dam Maud by Dillingham fH86;by Volunteer Star Ml t Fourth it im by Hhalceu.i)'e. Fifth d mi by Sweet Owen. Sixth dam. by Hrennon. He will be limited to a few mares at $15.00 to Insure. MAJOR C. JR. Deautiful Shetland, II inches high and a perfect model. He la by Major C. and out of an Imported Shetland. Hu will atand nt $10. to insure a living colt. At the 3:me time uad place will also stand TWO EXTRA GOOD JACKS AT S10 TO INSURE LIVING COLT All this stock will make the present season at my farm near Paint I.ick, Kentucky. Mures will be kept on grass at reasonable rates und every care taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible, should any occur. N. W. ROGERS. Pbm-Paut Lick Exckinte. Paint Lick. Kentucky. W. B. BURTON, ! Phone 95. Lancaster, Ky. ROGERS DENMARK By Kamey Denmark 416 He by Hamlet 113 by bv Croiimell 7;l by Washington I)ei.nark 51 lingers Denmark, 1st dum Miss Ogdei by Dieuuon Denmark Jndihim- Miss Wallace, by Ilutler Uni aii. b llajmlet 11 He is nino years old, dark bay with white Ur, i5J hands, showing all the. Knits under saddle, Hu is just as good Individual as bis ptijigri would indicate und has proved u Hood site, his colls having good artior, lots nf stvle ami easily loiitroled. This horasi will make the snasm nf P.H7 ut the farm i f K K. Conn oil White l.k-k. 2a miles south west of Paint I.ick, at $10.00 To Insure A Living Colt. At same time and pi ice will stand mv splendid four yearWd JucU JOHN GRAY, AT $8.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT JOHN (1HAV is n gray Jjrk. 15 bauds high, good bone und ear ami con. sldered one of the best Jacks in this neighborhood, Hu is ioyhiIv bred being by Long Tom, he bv Win. Todd's big Juck, be by Murmaduke 1st Dam by Hjllv llreckiuridge, he by linurbon Chief, 2nd Dam by llourbon Chief. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Men retained on colt until season is paid. Season due when mare is bred to another horse or jack. i3. coisrisr, Paint Lick, Kentucky. Route No. 3.