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44 WESTERN ILLINOIS HORSE SALE — MARCH 13, 1913.



No. 43



HELEN



Trotter. Bay Filly. Foaled April 1910. Bred and Consigned by the
Luster Stock Farm, Good Hope, 111.



rAllerton 5128

"World's champion sire.



-Jay Bird 5060.
By George Wilks 51!).



,Redlac 2:07i/4, 40091
Sire of 20.



m



Gussie Wilks (gr. b. m.)
By Mambrino Bo./ S-i-f.

{Muscovite 5221.
Sire of 36. 6 sires 12
dams.
Lilly, dam of Dave 2:27.
by Geo. Wilks 619.



fHambletonian Wilks.



Minnie



Hamer 22802



L Daughter of
trator.



AdndnK?-
Oakland Abdallab i33S



^Ollie Clark



LClark Chief Maid.
By Clark Chief.

4th dam by Robert Lee, 5th dam by Blinker Deen.

OwTier's Statement — A well bred filly halter broke only. Should be
fast considering breeding and dam. Consider well the breeding of this
filly by the fastest son of the noted Allerton. Redlac himself a great
sire then notice the "V^ iikes and Hambletonian crosses, last but not least
the noted Clark Chief blood, he being the sire of Kentucky Prince. The
sire as you know of the dam of Axworthy one of the greatest living sires
today. If breeding will not produce speed it is useless to try farther. I
might call your attention also to the Abdallah blood as you know traces
directly to Maud S. This mare was taken out of pasture four weeks ago.
Here is a diamond in the rough. Oakland Abdallah was by Lakeland full
brother of Harold sire of Maud S.



^here are a good miuiy oolts here that mil develoo fast.



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WESTERN ILLINOIS HORSE SALE— MARCH 13, 1913.



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No. 44



RED STAR



Trotter. Bay Gelding. Foaled June 5, 1910. Bred and Consigned by
Luster Stock Farm, Good Hope, 111.



^Allerton 5128

World's champion sire.



Redlac 2:0714, 400!j1
Sire of 20.



rJay Bird 5060.

By George Wilks r.l9,

I Gussie Wilks (g. b. m. >
By Mambrino Boy S)4.

fMuscovite 5221.

The Grandma Sire of 36. 6 sires 12

Dam of 3 trotter.s, 1-^ dams.

sire and 1 dam. K^ .„ , ^- ^^ o ..-

(^Lilly, dam ot Dave 2:2/.



Woodfant



■Woodfund 2:19, 147 S':



'Reserve Fund 2:2CVi.
5302,



Kate Lee.
by Harold.



fBowerman 17623.
Dora Ames J By Buron Wilkes.

LMenner.



4th dam Minnie Banker, by Banker Messenger, 5th dam Morgan Mare by
by Justins Morgan.

0«Taer's Statement — Halter broke, taken out of pasture four weeks
ago. Another extra well bred RedlaxJ. Notice the dams, the sire of the
1st dam a fast horse, this should be a valuable colt. Reserve Fund's
Dam, Kate Lee, dam of Woodford 2:19%, Colonel Men 2:23 by Harold.



^tliete ate a good many colts here that will develop fast.



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WESTERN ILLINOIS' HORSE SALE — MARCH 13, 1913.




No. 45 ELMER MUSCOVITE

Trotter. Bay horse. Foaled June 4, 1908. Bred and Consigned by the
Luster Stock Farm, Good Hope, 111.

fNutwood 2:181/4.



C George Mucovite 2:0SV1^
Sire of Buck Mu.scoviLe
2071A, Wm. Pcnn 2:10
14, and 5 others.



^Muscovite 2:18 <;

Sire of 3G, 6 sires 12 |

dams. I^Reina Victoria.



fa



Etholeen

Dam of 2 trotters,
sires.



fAxtell (3) 2:12.

Pounder of a
-^ family.

' L Cyprus.

Dam of 7.



Woodfunt



fReserve Fund 2:20 1,4.

Woodfund 2:19% by Nutwood 2:18%.

14782.



-Kate Lee.
By Harold.

JBowerman, 17623.
by Baron Wilkes.



iKa
B:

rBo\
J by

llVIinr



4th dam Minnie Banker by Banker Messenger, 5th day Morgan Mare by
Justins Morgan.

Owner's Statement — This gelding is simply halter broke according to
breeding should be valuable.



Buy a brood mare and raise one that will gi-ow into money



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No. 46 BESSIE MUSCOVITE

Sorrel mare. Foaled May 19, 1905. Bred and Consigned by The Luster
Stock Farm, Good Hope, 111.

rNutwood 2:181^.



George Mucovite 2:0SVi,
Sire of Buck Muscovite
2:07%. ^^m. Penn 2:10
V4,, and 5 otliers.



r Muscovite 3:IS. 5221 .A

Sire of 36, 6 gires, 12 .

dams. iReina Victoria.



fAxtell (3) 2:12.

Founder of a .grf;at
-{ family.



Etholeen \ ^

Dam of 2 trotters. 3 L Cyprus,
sires. Dam o. 7.



r Oakland Abadallali .
1338.



Ollie Clark



Clark Chief Maid



r Clark Chief.
•-Daughter of Robert Lee



4tli dam by Blinker Deen.

Owner's Statement— Bred July 7, to Aleuxenite 5 3 2.^1 In foal
to Aleuxenite. I belie /e fbe best bred son of Allerton. Aleuxenite ist dam
Euxnite race record 2 : 11 Vi . trotting Euxnite by Expedirlon by Elec-
tioneer etc. Buxenite first dam, Euxine by Axtell 2:141/4, Euxine the
dam of Euxenite 2:14y4, trotting, Libbie Queen 2:15 trotting. Guy
John very fast record around 2:15 and one or two others. Euxenite
2nd dam. Russia by Harold Euxenite, 3rd dam Miss Russell by Pilot Jr.
Euxnite, 4th dam Boston, noted thorough bred. Can you beat the pedi-
gree of this foal? Combining three crosses close up of the noted Miss
Russell, Expedition's 1st dam having a cross. Euxnite's 3rd dam Miss
Russell. Euxenite's 2nd dam, a full sister of Maud S., then the Miss
Russell cross again by Nutwood consider the fact that Miss Russell
today stands at the head of the list as a producer of 2:10 speed. I re-
peat can you conceive of a colt having a more fashionable bred pedi-
gree combining the blood of Nutv/f.od. Pilot Jr. Axtell, Expedition Har-
old Clark, Chief, Allerton. Volunteer, American Star, last but not leas^
the Boston thorough bred cross and others to numerous to mention.
Study the pedigree for yourself.



Ft Tou want a jrooil stallion thete are a fine bunch to select from.



WESTERN ILLINOIS HORSE SALE — MARCH 13, 1913.



No. 47 -



JOE



Trotter. Bay Colt. Foaled April 13, 1910. Bred and Consigned by Tlie
Luster Stock Farm, Good Hope, 111.



Aleuxenite -vaSS)



£1



Maud



^Allerton 2:00ii
Sire of 24C.



:uxinitc, 2:1114



■Jay Bird.
Family Pounder.



^Gussie Wilkes (g.b. ni.)



f Expedition 2:15i/4
Sire of 89.






, Euxine 2:lSii (g-. b.
L m.)

By Axtell.

fLakeland Abdallah.
I Sire of 4. 6 .siros 18
Lakeland Abdallali .Tr. . -j dams.
Sire of 1 and 2siros .

I Mary Miller,
by Bashman.

fArilla Adjutant



Owner's Statement — See foot notp after Bessie Muscovite for Aleux-
Gite breeding. A well bred colt, simply halter broke.



Joe Larner

Practical Horse Shoer

Specialty of Balancing and Cor-
recting Faulty Gaited, Harness
and Speed Horses.



WEST JACKSON STREET



WESTERN ILLINOIS HORSE SALE^MAROH 13, '1913




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No. 48



EDITH



Trotter. Bay mare. Poalad May 24, 1907. Bred and Consigned by
Luster Stock Farm, Good Hope, Illinois.



Ollivier 33373



M



Dora Ames



Allerton 2:09i/4, 512S
Sire of 246.



Alpha Maid -2:18^4,



Bowerman 17623.



'Jay Bird 5060.
By George Wilkes 5i&.



_Gussie Wilks (g. b. m.)
By Mambrino Boy S44.

'Constantine 2:12i^.

By Wilkes Boy. 2nd
dam Alpha Wilkes by
Baron Wilkes 2:1S. 3rd

.. dam Alpha Russell.
4th dam Alley by Ham-

- iltonian.



J Baron Wilkes.

Sire of 11. ] sire and j By George Wilkes.

4 dams. 1 A 1* 4...

>-Alfretta.

By Mambrino Russell.



iMii



r Quees PlialJas.

I Minnie Banker.

1^ by Banker Messenger.



4th dam Morgan Mare by Justins Morgan.

Owner's Statement— Is halter broke. A well bred mare. I think
should be good for breodiug purposes or track. See Ollivier s breeding at
head of consignment.



Jleuiember the auctxoii copiniences at 12 o'clock noon sharp.



5© WESTERN ILLINOIS HORSE SALE — MARCH 13, 1913.



No. 49



GUY



Bay Colt. Foaled June 1, 1912. Bred and Consigned by the Luster
Stock Farm, Good Hope, 111.



rOIliver 33373



t3J



Laura Heart



Allerton 2:09%, 5128
Sire of 246.



Alpha Maid 2:1 8 14.



/-Red Heart 2:19.
Sire of 41.



Rose Rysdyke,
Dam of 1.



■Jay Bird 5060.
By Georgre Wilkfs 51»,



l^Gussie Wilks (g-. b. m.)
By Mambrino Boy t>44.

{Constantine 2:12i4.
By Wilkes Boy.
dam Alpha Wilkes by
Baron Wilkes 2:1S. 3rd
dam Alpha RiisKell,
4th dam Alley by H.iin-
iltonian.

{Red Wilkes.
Sire of 180.
Sweet Heart 2:22i^.



{Robt Rysdyke 2:13 Vj.
Olivet,
by Onward 2:25'/!.



4th dam Santa Claus by Magic, 5th dam Josle Railey by Gen. G. H.
Tliomas.

Owner's Statement — See Ollivier's complete breeding in catalogue.
A well bred colt.



I'ou can get a good racing prosiiect in this catalogue.



WESTERN ILLINOIS HORSE SALE — MARCH 13, 1913.



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No. 50



JUNE



Bay PJlly. Foaled May 17, 1912. Bred and consigned by tlie Luster
Stock Farm, Good Hope, 111.



fOllivier 33373.



^Allerton 2:09i4, 512S
Sire of 246.



Alpha Maid 2:18 vi-



Jay Bird 5060.

r By George Wilkes .'il9.

J Gussie Wilks (g. b. in.)
I By Mambrino Boy 844,

Constantine 2:12^.
By Wilkes Boy.

{dam Alpha Wilkes by
Baron Wilkes 2:1.S. 3rd
dam Alpha liussell.
4th dam Alley by Han>-
p iltonian.

{Reserve Fund 2:26 14.
Kate L,ee.
by Harold.

Bowerman 17623.
Dora Ames f by Baron Wilkes 4758.

I Minnie.

L by Queen Phallas, son
of Phallas.

4th dam Minnie Banker by Kanlvev Messenger, 5th day Morgan Mare by
Justin's Morgan.

Owner's Statement — Should be valuable either for breeding purposes
or track.



If yon wnnt a uood stJiJlion there are a fine bunch to select from.



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WESTERN ILLINOIS HORSE SALE — MARCH 13, 1913.



No. 51



ERNEST



Sorrel Co]t. Foaled May 7, 1912. Bred and Consigned by the Luster
Stock Farm, Good Hope, 111.



Ollivier 3337.'..






Bessie Muscovite



Allerton 2: 09 14, 512S
Sire of 246.



Alpha Maid 2:lSVi,. ...

•Geo. Muscovite 2.0S%.
Sire of 7.

Ollie CTark



rjay Bird 5060.

By George Wilkes ol'J.



[.Gussie Wilks (g-. b. m.)
By Mambrino Boy S44.

fConstantine 2:12^1.
J By Wilkes Boy.

Alphia Wilkes (g. b. ni.)

I Baron Wilkes 2:18. 3rd

dam Alpha Russell.

fMuscovite 2:18
Sire of 36.



LEtholeen
dam of 2.

(Oakland Abdallah .SSS.



1



Clark Chief Maid,
by Clark Chief.



4th dam Robt. Lee, 5th dam Blickeii Deen.

Owner's Statement — See catalogue for Ollivier's breeding, also Geo.
Muscovite's breeding". This colt is simply halter broke, taken from pas-
ture three weeks ago. If breeding counts for anything he should be fast.



You Can get a good racing prospect in this catalogue.



WESTERN ILLINOIS HORSE SALE — MARCH 13, 1913.



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No. 52



PEARL HEART



Black Mare. Foaled April 20, 1908. Bred and Consigned by Luster
Stock Farm, Good Hope, 111.



Laura Heart



Ollivier 333'?:^.



fAllerton 2:09i4, 51>3
Sire of 246.



■1



Alpha Maid 2:18 Vi,



Breeding- on day of sale



fRed Heart 2:19i/i,
sire of 41.



^Rosa Rysdyke
dam of 1.



Red Wilkes,
sire of ISO.



L Sweet Heart 2:2.2^,4..

fRobt. Rysdyke 1:lSVi

Ollevet.
'^ by Onward 2:25yt.



4Lndam Santa C?laus by Magis.

Owner's Statement — You can notice, see in the catalogue Ollivier's
breeding. This mare is simply halter broke but will step fast and make
an elegant road mare. Her sire I am driving myself. Those who know
the animal can inform yoii.



There are a !>;ood many colts here that Avill develop fast.






54 WESTERN ILLINOIS HORSE SALE — MARCH 13, 1913.

No. 53 DELMAS

Freuch Coach Stallion. Foaled 1904. C-No. 555 Grade. Consigned by
J. D. Tabler, Plymouth, 111.

Owner's Statement — Very dark bay; black points; no white; weight
1400 pounds. His sire was imported and formerly owned at Huntsville.
His dam is of French Coach breeding. I was informed by the breder of
Delmas that he thought possibly that Delmas' dam was of full blood
French Coach breeding. Delmas is a beautiful horse of great strength
and smooth build. Has proven himself a sure getter and sires fine speci-
n ens for coach and all-purpose, and has always been a favorite with the
patrons.



maiit One Big

Buy in SHOES

Making the trip to Boston shoe market with eight other shoe
buyers enabled us to buy any quanity that was offered.

We are offering Ladies' absolutely solid shoes in button or
blucher in all 1913 styles for $1.48. We also made a good buy in
Men's and children's shoes which we are now throwing on sale
for Spring bargains. So we are able to take care of you at prices
that haA'e never been offered you before.

"The Store That Makes Yonr Dollar Famous."

A. L STEWART & CO.

Who Sell Everything.
EAST SIDE SQUARE MACOMB, ILLINOIS



There are a good mnny colts here that will dei'elop fast.






WESTERN ILLINOIS HORSE SALE— MARCH 13, 1913. 55



No. 54 MAY BUTTE

Registered in A^'ol XII.

Consigned by Chandler Bros., Macomb, 111.

Dam of Burney 2:17 U; Grand dam of Nilma 2:0594-

Sired by Tribute, he by Tribune.

Dam Madeline, by Tribune.

Owner's Statement — May Bute is a demonstrated brood mare; is the
dam and grand dam of extreme speed. She is a mare of fine confor-
mation, an easy keeper. The registration papers have been mislaid but
will be on hands on date of sale.



If you need a i'river yori can select a good one here.



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WESTERN ILLINOIS HORSE SALE — MARCH 13, 1913.



No. 55



ALDA SHIRLEY



Race Record 2:15 ?4.

Trial 2:11. Half in 1:04.

Won three straight firsts. Was in the money 9 times out of 12 starts.

Pacer. Chesnut sorrel mare. Foaled 1907. Sonsigned by A. H. Wingate

Avon, 111.

r Simmons 258.

by Georg-e Wilkes.

^Adino 15469 2:21 J

f Sire of Maj. Shirlevl

2:141/2, Lord Shirley [^ Hattie Ethan.
2:1714. Jimmy Glasston
"^ 2:15%, dams of Nil-
man 2:05%, Silvermoori r Glasston.
2:1214. Sire of Lulu Glasston

Lady Shirley J. 21914.

Dam of Maj. Shirle.y

2:14, Lord Shirley 2:- L Mare by Monroe Chief.
171/4.

St. Croix 2:1614 A



f Major Shirley 2:14 1/2



Daisy St. Croix



Untraced.



The Second I'Kim of this Tast n:are was brought to this state
from California and proved to be an exceptionally fast road mare.
"When she showed so good an effort was made to trace her breeding
;:s 1". er looks showed lier to be high- bred but the effort was unsncess-
ful.

Owner's Statement — Alda Shirley is a beautiful sorrel chestnut mare,
and was a good, consistent race mare last season, winning three straight
races in two weeks. She not only won three firsts but was in the money
nine times out of twelve starts. Today she is as sound as a new-milled
dollar. She has been a half in 1:04 and a mile in 2:11. She is not near
the end of her speed by any means; is easy to drive, and will make an
iieal race or matinee mare. Where could you beat her for a fun mare to
beat your friends?



All tlfe stores adverlisel in this catalogue are good i)lace.s to trade.



WESTERN ILLINOIS HORSE SALE — MARCH 13, 1913. 57



A. T. EWING & SON



DEALERS IN



t Harness, w agons
and Vehicles



HORSES AND MULES
BOUGHT AND SOLD



Good Milch Cows Always
on Hand



e can get you some speed
if you want it



58 WESTERN ILLINOIS HORSE SALE^MARCH 13, 19IS,

No. 56 LENA SHIRLEY

Pacer, Bay Filly. Foaled 1912. Standard and Registered. Consigned by
A. H, Wiagate, Avon, Illinois.

r Russian.

Russianeer 30470' ■<

Sire of Russianier Maid

2:lgi^. l_Mi93 L<elia.

R,ussney g6St;3 .... J by Sparta,

"^ Sire of Billy IL 2:u9i/i.^



i4



{Dictator Jr.
„ . Mare by Monrot^ Chief.

T^ — _* ,r„j ,^,.-.,, ,..-v j^y (Jlasston and 5

others. -

J f Yotingr Wilks.

; EvaliHe WJlks 2:27.



Dam of Maj. fc?hlrley
2:14, Lord cShir'ley '1:11



[ Flaxy Fearnaug-ht.

li- By^ Hadley Fear naught.

Owner*s Statement— Lena. Shirley is a beautiful large filly and will
tnake a fast pacer, with handliag. How can she help it? Sired by the
sire of Billy H. that cleaned up around here and acquired a record of
2:19^/4 last year and her dam has already produced two other fast ones^
She's worth buying and saving*



All the stoves advertise 1 in this catalogue are good places to trade.



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WESTERN ILLINOIS HORSE SALE — MARCH 13, 1913.



No. 57



SCOTT AERITON



Trotter. Chesnut gelding. Foaled 1909. Standard and Registered. Con-
signed by A. H. Wingate, Avon ,111.



f Major
Sire



Shirlvy
of Aida



.'■jhirley



Louise Aeritoa
Half sister to
Boy 2:14^.



' 3immons 253.

Adino 15469. 2:21 By Geo. Wilka.

Sire of Mai. Shirley,-{
2:141/^, Loj-d Shirley
2:17%, Jimmy Glass-;- L Hattie
ton 2:15i/i, dams of
Nilmah 2:05»'i, Silver-
moon 2:12^4. fGlasston 8320.

I Sire of Lulu Gl.asstoii

Lady Shirley A 2:19% and the dams of

Dam of two. 5 in 2:30.

L Mare by Monroe Chief.



f-Aeriton 12tr>0

Sire of four better than-<
2:30 and dam of Bee
Allerton 2:24% and
Joe Boy 2:l'i%.



Abiah

Dam of Signal Boy 2:14"

%.



' Sandwich.



vMyra Russell.

Owner's Statement — Scott Aeriton is a chesilut gelding and just the
kind you have ben looking for if you want a fun horse or something to
train and worth deveolpins:. He is a handsome fellow, having tafeen
three ribbons in the show ring at the horse shows. Is not afraid of atlto-
mobiles and has been used as a family horse. He will maJie a trotter il
trained and is just the kind any man wants who is looking for a high-
class driver.



There are a ^ood mtiny colts here that will develop fast.






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WESTERN ILLINOIS HORSE SALE— MARCH 13. 1913,



No. 58 %S ^ OLA MAY



Trial 2:lli^.

Second six times. Rett er than 3:18.
The best prospect for the green paces in Central Illinois,

Pacer. Bay mare, 15.3. Foaled 1907. Bred by Henry Statt, Monmoutli,
HI. Consigned by J. C. Canfield, Agent, Walnut Grove, 111.

rNutwood 2:1834,

^Muscovite 2:18 J.

I Sire of Geo.Muscovite

2:0814, and dam of tAlma Mater,

fChauncey M :. J Red Lac 2:07%.

Sire of Sir Chauncey [

I LTnknown.



2:1414, Ola May, trial
2:11%.



Alice M ."I

Dam of Henry S. 2:- I

17%. <^ Unknown.



Mi.ss Lee



Leewood 11389

Sire of Josie M. 2:12>4,
Virginia Jim 2:11%,
dams of Direct Wood
2:07%, Elred 2:08%.

"Hamer Girl "^



Dexter Pririce,



Hamer.



. '' ^Unknown.

Owner''s Statement- — Ola Mciy is one of the best=;^reen pacers in Cen-
tral Illinois. She has had two season's careful training and has been a
mile in 2:1114,, last half in 1-03. She was raced a few times last year
for education and the summaries below speak for themselves. She is
game, good headed, and can be placed anywhere. She is sound and all
right in every way, and is a 2:10 pacer on a half-mile track in good hands.
Sold for no fault, only owner wants to get out of the game. Here is the
result of her two starts last season:
Griggsville, III., July 2-5, 1912. —

2:20 Pace — Purse $300.

Jimmy Leaburn, b.g., G. W. Leaburn 1 1 1

Ola May, b.m., by Chauncy M ....3 2 2

Jimmy Glasston Jr., s,g., by Jimmy Glasston 2 3 3

Midnight, blk. g., 4 4 4

Jolly Girl 5 5 5

Time 2: 17 14, 2: 17 14, 2:18.
Smithville, Mo., Oct. 2, 1912. —

'2:20 Pace — Purse $300.

Mamie Strath, b.m., by Strathberry 1 1 1

Ola May, b.m., by Chauncy M..... 2 2 2

Patty Cake, b.m., by Rustic Wood 4 3 3

Baby Bells, blk. m., by K. N. Bells 3 4 5

Brownie .5 5 4

Time 2:1714, 2:1714, 2:17%.



WESTERN ILLINOIS HORSE SALE— MARCH 13, 1913. 6i.




^Dam . . ... Mather Earth

Velides

(Sire . . . Old Hickory Nut

Beggips as lo¥/ as $40J0
Road Wagons as low as $35c00
Carriages as low as $75 JO

Horse Furnishing Goods of al! kinds.

Harness, all kinds.

Wagons, $70. 00 to $80.00.
Osborn Harrows.

Osborn Discs.
McCormick Binders, Mowers
and Rakes.

Manure Spreaders, Cream Seperators

Terms: Day of Sale

O. ^V. RAINEl'"

20), 202, 204, 206, 208 South Lafayett. n:.

MACOMB, ILLINOIS



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WESTERN ILLINOIS HORSE SALE — MARCH 13, 1913.



No. 59



MAY SHIRLEY



rotter. Chestnut filly; 15.1. Foaled 1910. Bred by Geo. W. Canfield,
Avon, 111. Consigned by J. C. Canfield, Walnut Grove, 111.

f Simmons 25S.

Adino 2:21 J

Sire of Mai. Phirl<»"

2:14iA. Lord Sliiflcy 1 Hattie Etlian.

2:17 1/4. .



Major Shirh^v 2:1 P4.
Sire of Alda Sliirley'

2:1534.



TGlasston.

Lady Sliirley <

'^ Dam of Maj. Shirley

2:14, Lord Shirley 2:17 L Sire Lulu C-la.sstou.



Maggie D



Vi.



Nelson D. 2.26Vi



Maggie Lou



2:191/4.

("Mare by Monroe Chief.
Nelson 2:09.



L Untraced.

f Copperbottom.



. Untraced.

Owner' sStatement — May Sliirley is a handsome filly, just nicely
broken; has a nice way of going acts like she would learn to trot.
WTill make a nice road marc, as she has a good disposition and plenty
of style.





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Remember the auction commences at 12 o'clock sharp.



WESTERN ILLINOIS HORSE SALE — MARCH 13, 1913.



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Those Famous

MARION CARS



This popular car is now being
handled in Macomb and vicinity,
and it will pay everyone intending
to purchase a new machine to inves-
tigate this car.

The Maroa 37-A The Marion 48-A



The Marion 37-A is a large,
delightfully roona.;. easy rii-
ing car for Ave people. It has
all the refinf^meuly which mod-
ern methods make possible,
and the most comptoni and lux-
urious equipment which the
market affords. It is a big
car — big in quallry size, and
efficiency, and sell.3 at $1475.



T-h;e Marion 4S-A is a 48-
hors€^ower car de luxe, with
electric se)f-startf')\ lighting
system, horn, au;I cumylete
equipment, Because it is lor.g-
er, roomier and more power-
ful, it is not only an un(iues-
tioned leader amon?; ears of its
own price, but it immediately
compares with much m.ire ex-
pensive products. Purc.'iasing
and manufacturing facilities
and superior mruuigenient
have made the live passenger
Marion 48-A to.i.-iiit', car pos-
sible for $185 0.



ID CARNAHAN, Agent

Headquarters at M. & A. Garage



WESTERN ILLINOIS HORSE SALE— MARCH 13, 191?.



No. 60 %<r FAMOUS -

Skire Stallion.' Black. Pure bred, A-4390. Consigned by J. D. Tabler,

Plymouth, III. Foaled April 10, 1897. Bred by

W. E. Bates^ Alexandria, Mo.

Sired by Blackfoot 1S21 (6712). Dam, Snap Dragon 1818, Vol. XL.,
hy Collegian 3 5 59.

O^mer's Statement— Famous is a splendid medium weight type of draft
horse, of fine appearance and best of action. He is a first-class, reliable
breeder and will give the best of satisfaction to whoever purchases him.



Nos. 61, 62, 63, 64, 65 Reserved.




All the stores advertise 1 in this catalogue are good places to trade.



Grand




The only place in Macomb
serving anything You want
in the way of eatables^***

Horsemen especially in-
vited day of sale*^*»



West Side Square

Gary Adcock

Proprietor



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Online LibraryWestern Illinois Horse Sales CoSee the good ones attend the auction sale of light harness horses to be held at the fair grounds : Macomb, Ill., Thursday, March 13, 1913 - sale commencing promptly at 12 o'clock noon → online text (page 3 of 3)