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THE FARMERS I'OHTKD. Father I.eo, W. It. King. Karah'E. Martin, J. T. Martin, Krcd llandorf, Ht rayed or Stolon 1 atcer. under Ml In each oar Howard for recovery CI. 8. Shelby, Shelby nty, Ky. 4fi-4 For Hale Two nlco tobacro hedg. Hitl I Carter, iihone lo!-3 rings, Stan, ord exchange -IS-Sp It. U. I'ottus sold 20 150 pound hog. to II. I), lloltrclaw at Ge. a cow and cull to same for HO. 'so five 700 pound licirerj at T.'ir. Ho sold to :res & .lone, thirty-two 80 pound l-imlis nt 'c i, ,0. Cummins sod niton t"5 - iftiftid Ire to . it CntiiniltiH fo C 0I1M lP9f i Jon's il.Iprcd 14 load of ftiH'k In til iltyn. The linn I ought 2,W) lambs at ic to 6c. AIo a, iiiuulior of loads of hogs at from 5Vic lo '!c. I John II. Amletann sold a lot ot corn to J. M. Crewi nt 2.75. Ktt Salt-:; black llt?rlolilre rihiiat; two male, on teiinle. thr;o month,, old and a. good ones its vou ever :! II J. Mcltnbcrts 17-1 Kor Sale Second nand McCor tnack binder. M. It. l.ytle, phone Ifl'.'l. 47-2 FORGED MONET TO SAVE US FROM FINANCIAL RUIN WORTH OF HIGH GRADE SUMMER CLOTHING, HATS AND FURNISHINGS TO BE DISTRlDUTED IN TO THE HOMES OF THE PEOPLE UF LEXINGTON AND VICINTITY FOR PRICES LOWER THAN THE ACTUAL COST OF THE RAW MATERIAL. AtUT -lx years work, (5 T Ash lork, ot lltistonvlllc, has completed) :m Improved corn ptinter which lie l.ulievfi will revolutionize tie wor!; of the fnnners In handling thU ced. Ills tiw1el Is at his place In the West Hnd and he hnH secured patents tpj on It Those wl'o have seen It be lieve t,mL lc na3 a fo.tuno in It If lie will put it on the market It works without n chain and li.is other lihprovemehc; which nre designed to ' eliminate many ot the defects of the planters now In use. Mr. Ashlock will probably bring his planter to Stanford pome court day soon and put It on exhibition, here. $45,000.00 Greebel & Hirsch Star Clothing House 220 W. Main St., Opp. Court House,. Lexington, Ky. NECESSITY KNOWS NO LAW. ENTIRE STOCK MUST DE SOLD TO MEET THE DEMANDS OF THE CREDITORS. Sale Begins Wednesday, June 21, 9 a. m. FOR TEN DAYS ONLY CA USE OF THIS MIG HTY SLA UGHTER m 3F1 DAIRY it ft We arc confronted with a serloue business pioblcm -t'he unexpected sometimes happens owing to the backward season nnd1 dlsantrou wenttier condltlona we aro heavily over stocked. The bills have come due Our creditors are now cl.imorlng lo their money, therlorp we mo uompo led to sacrillc,. every 'article In oitp store to meet tin demands of cred itors. CASH IS KING. CASH WE MUST HAVt, no matter now great the cot U'o urn t rulfe a large nmo mi il CASH to SAVE OUR GOOD NAME, the creditors demand their money. BY ORDER OF THE CREDI- H TURS THIS MOUNTAIN OF MER- g H CHANDISE MUST BE TURNED IN- TO CASH. MILK CART THAT IS CURIOUS Idea for milk carts Is con- " J'L Qr patent, applied for In 1898. ODCl I CIODS OT OdK?. Popular Mechanics. Just ' ' Oevlce Resembles Llfe-Slied Caw In Which Product Is Stored and Kept A curious talced in ft eaa the Pop what It Is intended for Is told by tho Inrentor himself: "My Invention Is a now and useful Improvement In milk, refrigerators and delivery apparatus, ' and has fcr Its object the provision of a "d'cvled that f'esembles' a llfc-stzed "cow, tu which milk may be stored and ept at a proper temperature,! and from which It may bo drawn as occasion requires after the manner of milking a cow. Within the body aro receptacles or compartments, each of Which Is provided with a cover and Adapted to contain the desired quan tity of milk. By tho use of two re ceptacles two qualities of milk may be stored nt the same time, such as sweet, milk and buttermilk, In the bottom of each of the receptacles Is located a valvo having- a spring for normally holding It In place, so as to prevent the downflontng ot the milk. KUcU of .the. teats has a toggle-lever In 10 Days SALE WILL POSITIVELY OPEN WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21st. AT 9:00 O'CLOCK A. M. WAIT FOR THIS BIG SALE The stock Is now bo I UK remark wl No attention wl I be paid to what the goods nctually cost, as we will cut and slash prlco to sell fctock nnd sell It quick. In soni cues SI will do the work of ' else where. Ily no means miss tblj grand opportunity. Us an event that tel com comes. AVe arc marking the guods at prices that wll be talk of Lexington for yeats. We will claim supremacy In ulw giving for 100 miles around and will leave the verdict with the people. SALE OPENS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21. SALE OPENS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, at 9 A. M. Tr mo t extraordinary al0 hnt hi ever ben attempted In the Slate tit Kt-nt'icky We nilvl'e prompt action so be on llnnil when the doors open Greebel & Hirsch Star Cloth ing House ui'POSPE COURT HOUSE All goodj sold for cash Our name stand back or every purchase To avoid nny misunderstanding, bring till rlrcular with joii. Our store li r.ovv cosed lo MARK DOWN STOCK and rearrange store. Sale open W'KDNKHDAV, JUNi: 21 Com to tftli sale peeling the greater bargains ou ever saw or heard of. Wo assure you that your expeewtien will Im more than, realized. Ctinw-early! liny now, whll the market Is down. Read! Read! Prices Wrecked In Every Line MEN S SUITS Vi r i A line suit ol clothes all to match iu plain and rancy mixed eltecf. worth f tU. Creditor's sale prlco $2.95 Men's fle suits made up In con servative styles. In p alti and fan cy patterns, worth $11'. Creditor's (..lie piice c 54-95 Men's WoiUed Suits, all blcs and . assorted patterns, worth $13 I .-editor's Sale price 57.95 Men's lino Worsted Suits; tl Is Milt the peer ot any you tee else where at $17.30. Creditors Sale pice 9'95 (Latest style and patterns all slzss.) $li.5t Swell Worsted Al -Wool Suits", black, brown, some holld worsteds in gray, all tho most doilr aole and 'newest shades, nil su perbly tailored, pertect til gun antied. Values equa to suits soil ing for $iU.0O Creditor' Salo 5"-, Men J Suits, $12.!'.'.; this iuuoiint entitles ou to 'diooso a Milt trom many lots as Jlneiy made and as elegantly Im- iMied as the most fastidious ----- dro er (ould desire Fine horn.' and KU-lMi suitings of Myle and lone; garments of fault. ess lash Ion, In worsteds, cheviots, tun mixtures, tan and lancy dor.igns; all this seasons' sty cs, Credi tor's sale Price $12.95 BOYS' KNEE PANT SUITS 1 M"N -, PMITS workh I! , .69c iuC . .9c lloy'a Knee Panti; worth i't editor's Sale 1'iice.. . l!o)s Knet I'ant Suits; woith ?.'.. (redltors ,'tale Trice 91c Hoys' Knee l'ant Suits; worth $.I.:.U Creditors' Sale l'rlce. . $1.98 HATS AND CAPS Men' ami Hoys' C:ij; worth f.c. Ci editors S.-. I'rico 10c I.!en's VI Straw ilats. Crtditorj iiilo l'rlce 79c Hen's l'l Straw Ilats. Credl I.mtk' Sale l'rlce $1.19 Men's Sott linrs IlatB; worth J. Ctedltor'H Sale I'rUo 79c Men's Sott Mid Bllrt I litis Ciedltors' Sale l'rlce . - H-H-H-H-l - $1.19 - a .Men s gi . 1 l'nnU, Crediuls' Sale lMi-f Mens' lln, Die I'.inls, worth $:i. tredliois' SnM I'rice. . ..$t.Zc. .Men s line Trousers lor Sun day weor, al the latent; g'ininn tvd all wool; worth i.i.JO to $1..0. Creditor's Sale I'rice . .$t.Si. .Miii.'h tli.e li I'linx Vr .Sunday wear. In worsted nnd rancy stripe,.; wortl. J6. Jti and .. CitMltor's Sile I'rice $2.57- ME'S FURNISHINGS h'uuc IliTdered llenihtltclied tlandkerchlelH; vviirtii. lfic. Cred itor's Sale I'rice Men if Heavy Woik Sox; woith, loc. Creditor!. Sale L'rlce Men's Summer t ndiiweur -poiniib-kult, balbriggan, sbo.t and long Hleeveii; worth 30c. 'ledlkir's Salo I'rice .... Men's $1 Dress Shlrti. Credi tors Sain- l'rlcw 35c Men's .10c Suspeiidors. Credi tors 8a , l'rlce 19c Hnii Neckwear: worth 75c and 31. Creditor's Sal0 l'rlce I.'irgi blue and red llandker ehletu; worth 10c. Creditor's Salo I'rice Men's BOc Kancy Hose. Credi tor's Sale I'rice Men's Heavy re-enforcel Work SUrts; worth 71c. Creditors' Sale fllre .. .3c 19c 35c 3c- .4c .rsc Men's line Suspenders; worth : Crnlltoiu' Sole I'rlct Men' line Dress lloxe; worth -'5c. Cr1ltor's Snlu I'rice Men's ;rK- llnmlkerchlers. Crfl Itors' Sale l'rlce Men's line Dreu, Shirts; worth J2. Creditor's Sale I'rice SHOES. .7c 69c Mm's Work Show,. hear grain; worth Jl'.SO. Creditors Salo l'rlce. ( jt Men's $a.fi0 Dress Shoe. Cred itor's Sale l'rlce ... .. $f t? Men's $t Dress Shoes. Credi tors" Sale I'rice .,., $1.98 Cow. Civet tca-Cdd Milk. t ' - connected to a lift-rod, and when the Utter Is raised the valve Is lifted and the milk flows out ot the teats, tly proper manipulation ot this dovlco a realistic representation may bo had ot the milking ot a cow, "The portion of the body of the Ini tiation cow not occupied by the milk receptacles is utilized for the storing of Ice to maintain tho milk at a prop er temperature. The Imitation cow stands riveted to a wagon platform and Is drawn through the Btreets In tho same manner as an ordinary milk cart" OF '00 MILES " Kl NOTICE Owing to the extensive ndvonlsdn; .,1 tills Great Sale many un.c rupul ous and Small Fry merchant j may try to lure ou In by ncltloui signs. Do not enter until you see tho name ever tho door. GREEBEL & HIRSCH Oppoblte Court House u FREE TRIP TO LEXINGTON, KY. UHiai-lHIBBI BEWARE! WATCH! LOOK! For the Large Black and White Sign and the Name Mel 1 Hirsch Star Clothing House j 2 220 W. Main St.; Opp. Court House Z TO ALL JURCHA3ER3 OF $25.00 WORTH OR MORE FOR.A RAw.JS iW irv utii trc TO THEPUBLIC THE FLIRT WANTED WMleA CO 1-xtra Sales I'eoplu. ply Today. THE FARM LIFE in win (5. McKlnney.) ,1 ,. ubL but tho farm life 1 liivm .w . . , 1 I tin happiest, purest and " hi-to live. TrelannerB nsageticral ,thto mi- -linwts.they 1 ! aro recuur - nrnrta'tl t ir.e leai miu.wi' tiur building U now coted to re ntal k .Hid re-nnunge this gigantic 'toeS. I'osltivel iiu goodi sold, of no out allowed In tto building un til. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21 ha Ho Oood-nlgbt. dear. We must set .... ut.i.ft to think that thvure letter l'ved. mid more Health) trnn Wither ra.s. Thev are Indcpeiid ' .,! Ihnt eve.y.h i.K oin ! J the rarth. Large and smaM clt- ls nro dopenuiiuuiii,'t-""v" - Lnii tor their food and raiment. "hco "ioMOf Wiroro mostly hon est andinosCy vprlght nd make the 'a, ? ilncm. cl.ristaln,. VUejr ma' n .t drers In the laien W r ,'" o, but they ar "diamonds In the rouvh." Hobby Hums says tie iua te end In homespun clothes, but no Uu man lor a' that. When they do V tor a charitable purpo o they do not only give wlta their Hand'. ,. . with their heaits aro included In k i M.HHA. When they ccvere ."" "'"' ...." nH ilohnvior In the thev labor Horn early dawn to lalo twilight to make a llvlihood for their Mini los. They aio Mine what to pitied as they ar Jilmost In tho liaudj of te tiuM. and have to toll and bijv their in lies ct after ll tnelr iipa nrd downs tlu ar0 said to Vc nlmoU in dependent claw, of woiUtnen. tis they i ro their own bos s. and llvo uii o v.hat the r.ood bao:; uays inov make tl.il.- living by tho hwwii ot their irov. When tho Unlleil Ma cs er Vw'c Kam wants n K0. l,l'r'' oung man, ho prefers ono t'om ft turnl dlstrlcL lor a soldier hb lt J apt to bo temperate imu vo good tubltk. Country boyH havo not bi-en demornliud by living l' an Immoral Kvorylhlng that grows thut U brc-5 or born comes from Ood's footstool or mother tarth's bobom. W were placed Uro aK Adam and bo ere u tr.e garden (if Kden. to be trU-d. .... i. Tu,t iiv tin to tho command meats then wo will be rewarded for 10TH REQUIRED. . . . J "I want to get Insured." "Tes, Are or IJfor "Doth I've got a wooden let" SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, JUNE 18 $1IHHBI$1 Round Trip Round Trip SPECIAL TRAIN Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. di Hi fl ' ' ' & JStf"SW3BS5J,B h Ntver ntlnd I can pus U osi -JI V. -- -- w - J. i. or you will take my cold.