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The Central Record, Thursday, May 16. 1918.
Blooded Stock Raise Better Stock and Help Win the War. 4 Robt R Fox, IJute Lancaster, Ky. True iicjpeetablllty. And More Honest Having thp imrnsi to live within! A fxnclous refusal Is better than u one's means Is respectability. 1 ungracious girt Never Lotkj Prosperous. How mil Mnrlimly tell whether or not a Junk xbnp U n failure? Wsrnlrn to w -u. 'mtn to linns In ! irp: An ! ilny keeps the ! .net awajj IrWi World. Never. We've noticed one thins. Spontane ous combustion never starts n tire In the kitchen stove. Urounlns's Maga-line. Dally Thought. There Is (treat ability In fcnoulni how to concrnl one's ability. I.a IlochcfoucauM. , Practical Advice. 'I want to sue for JI'l'i hand. Ilmv nouM you advise ne to prn ceiilT' "Why not tal:c the case to couitJ" Dally ThoujSt. ; Our doubts are traitor and make ns loc the good we oft mlsht win by ' fearltr; to attempt. Shakespeare. Projrestlnj. W.Mower Hefore I niarrleil I couldnt live n dollar; now that I'm married n i my wife Is dead I save almost ' n'' my salary. Uncle r'-e-. "I queerest Id r; n fault" tlwler." said Uncle !" m "Is !.u he t'n Inirs clt a few v- ! virr-!n' ilclr iuN nfr tryln' to .l -"'ln." Bless the Child! Bessie went w.Ji her mother to the meat market the other day, nnd. s-e- Ins sawdust on the floor. h wh's rctvd: "Mamma, does he luilrlur dolls?" Boston Transcript. KING iWONROE, 409Q Brown Sin'on with three white feet 15J hands high, will .weigh 1100 1ounJs. has lonir line r.e.'k, tine heaJ set on Huh nice thin withers. Rood jhort liaik with as Rool n tail as ever was on a horse, ood bone and kooI feet. 08 CD O s 41 O o s -00 B Hes Monroe sou Hex McDonsM 9U Rtx th-niaark !...( Crlriers Ixamttlc (Van L-ity Jlsck ilia. .. I Bltck N,n.rrIM I bur Lea M. 1-W I it I Lou .H., f Ilertou M.. I Oaturt Deaoitrk St I Din Sutapter Denmtrk 63 fDeomtrk LeQrtnd J Jr.. lit Louie Btisktii.ri I '1 I PSO ITIS fUamti-laoLeUracdJMtmbrlaoLe Ortad uu r van 4- Sumptr Deamirk 63 I Klecirlc rllUcliDUmond. Jr. tBUclc tlUmond i ! txa KING MCNHOE has us much stjle ipeed ai d action as any saddle horse livlrjr. It can be seen that thii horse belo.ts to the greatest family of ti e saddle horse being a real Dennur. Study his pedigree and be convinced. You can make no mistake by brerdini; to this hone. He will Ret you faid'e liorits of the highest type. Never was the fine saddle horse as scarce nor more in demand. Every .man should breed his mares and breed them to the best, KING MONROE will make the present season at in) barn at $15. Tu Insure a Living Colt. Will also stand two (jood Jacks at $10. for mare colt and $8. for horse colt. All of the above at ick will makethe waien at my farm on the Gillisple pike three miles from Taint I. vk at.d two miles from Hackiey, K W. ROGERS. Golden Emerald 6327. Rich sorre.1 Stallion, foaled 1011; 10 Iintiils high ami w.iijhs 1200 pounds. Sired by Golden King, dam Emeral Queer. II red by J. Uano Johnson of Mt SUrlit'K- If you want to raise mares that will sell, or raise the top kind of mules that bring the extra high price, then breed to Golden Emerald. He will moke the season of 1018 ut the barn of T. L. Yantls, two miles from Lancaster on Buckeye road at $10. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Money due when colt is foaled or mart traded or parted with. Care tak en to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. YANTIS C& EMBRY. 1918. SEASON 1918 "American Chester" 6860.! COMIIINEl) IIOUSU 111 .orrel. four whit f.et. 13.3 hands, four years old and absolutely sound 3lr,l he The.ter Chief 1129. he by Chester Dare 10. Dafti Atr.ericin MM laiifi.. liv American Eaele 1M54. lie by Itex Squirrel 'Jnd. 2033. This lurse pjMejses the style of the Chester D ire family, with RJod bone Ait short back and an attractive looking horse. "MAJOR HEARNE" A hlirh class Jack Ave vears old. standard color, black with white points, aood head, neck and ear. Isrtfe foot and bone with Rood length and broad breast ed. This Jack Is a prompt performer ar.d a sure breeder, and sires a hlfih class type of mu'e nt uniform size. This stock is vo'inir. freh and resdy. They will make the season of.l91S nt my stable six miles from Ll master and three miles from Uryantsville near the Lexington pike on the Rout Ism below lie t orK cnurcn at .iarasuury m The Old Price of $10.00 Each to Insure a LivlnrJ Colt. Lien retained on colt until season is paid. Uryantsville Phone 47-U Will also stand a hlch cnide He ford Bull end n large type l'oland China Boar at $1. cash each, with the usual ertum privilege. Phone 47-U, Bryantsville Exchange. Star Chester, 6470 IN OFFERING THE SERVICES OF STAR CHESTER, 0470, FOR THE SEASON OF 1918, AT OUR TARM SIX MILES FROM LANCASTER, KY AND NEAR McCREARY, AT $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING FOAL we believe we are offering a horse with richer Mood lints than any Saddle Stallion standing nt three times the fee. He has for his sire Champion Ilourbon Star, who won in more classes than nny horse In Kentucky during his show career . Ilourbon Stnr was sired by Ilourbon King, lie by Ilour bon Chief nnd so on down through the Chief family. STAR CHESTER, 0170, by Ilourbon Star, 212, he by Ilourbon King, 1783, he by Ilourbon Chief, 97C. Ilourbons Star's dam Ella Rodman, 2244, by Chester Dare 10. STAR CHESTER'S dam was Ermine Dare, SS3.. byN Dare Devil, 1970, by Chester Dare 10. Second dam Daugh ter, by Chester Dare, 10. You can readily see wc arc offering the blood which is In cur greatest Champion Saddle Horses cf the day. Will also at the same time and place stand two good jacks. Chief Napoleon, 5107 will stand at $8.00 and $10.00 to Insure a Living Colt. $25. for Jennet. Chief Napoleon, 5107, has proven himself to be a good Jennet Jack. Finis Napoleon, at $8.00 and $10.00 to Insure. He is IS 1-2 hands high, yellow with white points, b'.g bone and body and fine head nnd ears. As we are standing two good Jacks this year, wc will give the farmcra a chance to breed their stock nt a reasonable low fee. Vi'c retain a lien on all colts until senon money is mi J. Mares transferred or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance nrol must be paid at or.ee. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Walker & A. D. Brarlshaw Phones 3-il A ai.d Midi '. R. F. D. No. 3. Lancaster, Ky. Trivine 5795 Chestnut sorrel. 15 ' Imnds lilfth nr.d n llr.e ii.dlvidtinl He will iimkp the tenson of 1018 nt my Inm 3H ml!s LYst of I.rncnMtr nrd 2!. miles below HyntiHIle nt $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Tlirivliie 5705, fired by Kex Pcnvinr. 17C0. lie hy Rex Mi Dot aid 8:13, by Rex DcmnniK 840, by CiWcr.i l.'ii.ir.ntK. Dnin, Otilhy Sl'JSO. by Vtidict U'2l. ly (irio Gi kIo 1022, by Black Squirrel 58. Will also nt the same time ntul plnrr statu) my big black J nek JAKE (known as the Mark (loins Jack) He Is 15.1 hands hih, (Jood hope nnd head and n number one Jack. He will make the season at $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Season due if mare is parted with. Lore Inketi to titcvent arei- dentsbut not responsible should any cut r FRANK ARNOLD, MILTON. A good Registered Pcrcheon Stal lion, weight 1550 pounds, has linen standing in Jessamine county for four years and proven to be a great breeder. He will make the season of 191 S at my place one and one-half mile from Camp Nelson on the Lexington and Danville pike at $12.00 TO INSURE A COLT LIVING AND ALL RIGHT. Will also at same place stand The good big Grey Jack owned by G. B. Brunei', at $10.00 TO INSURE A COLT LIVING AND ALL RIGHT. H. G. KING. CAMP NELSON, KENTUCKY. Fifty-four and a half inches high, five years old, five gaited pony. Will make the season at our place, one and a half miles from Danville on, the Lexington pike, at $10 to insure. This pony is pronounced by competent judges to be the finest in his class. John h. Baughman & Son Danville, Ky. Phone 1301, Rowland Peavin 6053. Chrttn-.lt Stallion, Foal.d May 14, 1912. Sired by Rex I'eavine No. 1796, by ilex. McDonald No. 833, by Rex Denmark 840 1st dam Bourboniit No. 9297 (full sitter to Dourbon't Beit) by Hour. bon Chief 976, by llarrlton Chief 1606, by Clark Chief 89. 2nd dam Judy Oliver 6407, by Red Cloud 2197, by Indian Chief 1718. 3rd dam by Wilton's King 2197. 4th dam Daughter of Sim's Clark Chief 2S7S. Rowland Pcavine It a rich chestnut, with star and snlpt stands 15.3 full weight 1100 poundt; tlx yeart old. At you wilt see from the above breeding, he hat the blood of the bett ahow hortet Kentucky hat ever pro duced, and it one himtelf. You thould tee thit horto before booking your mare. You rarely ever have the opportunity to breed to a hone at faih. ionably bred at the tmall fee of $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Will make the itaton of 1918 at my ttablo on Eatt Main ttreet. Money due at birth of colt or when mare it parted with or bred to other ttock. J. C. I3ailej, Stanford, KU- GREY EAGLE Grey Eagle Is rive years old, 16 hand high and a splendid Percheon type. He Is a dapple grey and built from the ground up. He Is by an Imported horse and his dam and Imported mnre by old Prince. Taft Napoleon 6296 is 10J4 hands hlfth, stnntlnnl mensure. Also Hills Napoleon 4th, 6295 Is 15 hands hi!h by the standard. These Jucks are by Hills Napoleon 3rd, 37CG; he by Bnufihtnans Napoleon 235J; by first Norolton 17S0; l:e by Old Nooticn. The dam being Kenttcks EM, 2C4; sl.e hy John Morfun. Sr.. 1954 by Marmnduke. 1-130. by Biue Ribtcn. Kmittky Best, 2nd dam Joe Blnckburn 1 151; 3rd dom Daisy 1215. Thit hone and these Jacks ill stand at my place rn the lluckeje and Lancaster pike, one mile Sculh of Iluckeye at the same prices: $8.00 for Horse Colt. $10.00 for Mare Colt. $20.00 for Jennet. Thire Jtckh vie S jtais oU', tct'iil, hiack Mllli while i,nl w J lke pinvrii to be nuir.htr tie Lirtdtrs. All vaie tukm tu pieent accldir.ts I ut I ot imjuihIi r tt.itld in.- ccur T. O. HILL, Phone 338-G. Buckeye, Ky. I 46158 This well bred and well known show basse will make the season of 1913, at my barn at $20. To Insure a Living Golf. It h useless to n.ciilloii 1:1s tindii jj hi well Mi vn it- It. In thU community Theie is no letter liti! h tie hMrf. Hlft)i-' end ecu formation, I. la ulm.lng cf the Champion Road Class and the Clisraplon Breeding Class at the Kentucky Slate Fair Places him above any uther harms lirue It. 1 triul ;. 1 i celts ore line nnd sell hluli when put on the moiket. W. B. BURTON, Lancaster, Ky.