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High Grade Percherons

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Parent Issue
Day
8
Month
September
Year
1899
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

V M. AUCTION Henry C. Waldon the Percheron horse breederof Washtenaw County wil! hold his anoual sale of grade Percherons at the Fair Grounds in the City of Aim Arbor at 1 o'clock on Tlmrsday the 3rd day of the Washtenaw Couuty Fair October 5th Stock not to be removed until Friday the last day of the Fair No by bidding permitted. The consignment consista of 30 head coruposed of 5 Geldings, 3 and 4 years old. 1 Weanling Filley. 5 Brood Mares, , 7 and 10 years old. 3 General Puipose Horses. 1 span matched 2-year-old Mares. 2 Drivers. 1 2-year-old Mare. 4 f Perchron Stallion Colts. Weanlings. i 1-year-old Mare. - 6 i Perchron stallion Colts, Yearlings. These young stailions are in color Gray, Bay, Brown and Black. They are a gilt edged lot, bied from the best of dams and sires and will develop into $500 or $600 horfs. In the stud they will cover just as many mares at just as high a service íee as a stallion that will cost $2.500. The Brood Mares ars right in their prime and are flrst-class breeders. They will do a farmers' work and at the same tiine pay for themselves every year in the colts they raise. The Geldings will make horses that will weigh from 1,500 to 1,800 pounds, good track horses. There is no stock in which one can invest at the present time and make as much money as he can on colts or youcg horses for they will be ready for market right in the zenith of the horse boom. Next spring horses will bring 100 per cent. more than they will now. TERMS OF SALE : Cash or bankable notes on one vear's time at se ven per cent. interest. HENRY C. WALDRON