High 8 rade Percherons 1 AUCTION TIenry C. Waldon the Percheron norse breeder of Washtenaw County wilj hokl his annual sale of grade Pereheronsat the Fair Grounds in the City of Ann Arbor m, 1 o'clock on Thursday the 8rd day of the Waslitenaw Couuty Fair October ")t ii stock not to be removed until Friday the last day of the Fair. No by bidding perruitted. Tlie consignment consists of 30 head r-omposed of 5 Geldings, 3 and 4 years old. I 1 Filley. 5 Brood Mares, (, 7 and 10 years old. 3 General Purpose Horses. 1 span m atened 2-year oíd Mares. , 2 Drivers. 1 2-year-old Mai e. 4 i Perchron Stallion Colts, Weanlings, i 1-year-old Mare. löj Perchron Stallion Colts, Yearlings, These .vouog stallions are in color Gray, J3ay, Brown and Black. They are a gilt edged lot, bred frotu the best of datns and sires and will develop into $500 or $600 horses. In the stud they will cover just as many mares at just as high a service fee as a stallion thut will cost $2.500. The Brood Mares are right in tbeir prirne and are first-class breeders. They will do a farmers' work and at the s:inn; lime pay for themselves everyyear in thecolts they raise. The. Grldiui.s will niake horses that will weigh from 1,500 to 1,800 pounds, gooil track hornea. Tliern i-i no stook in whioh one can invest at the present time and make as much nioney as lie can on colts or young horses for they will be ready for market right in tlie enith of the liorse boom. Next spring horses will brmg 100 per eenr,. more thari they will now. TERMS OF SALE: Cash or bankable notes on one year's time at seven per cent. interest.