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CLEARANCE
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DUNDEE MERCANTILE COMPA
INCOIU'ORATKD.
J BIG
.'
NY
Begirte February l'-Lasts lO Days
Will Quote You The Lowest Prices That You Have Had Made You For Many a Day.
,
MEN'S SUITS.
In this department we are Bhowing some
exceptional values. We quote as follows:
$18.00 SuitB, now $12 00
$15.00 Suits, now $10.00
$12.50 Suits, now v .$ 9.00
Hoys' Suits at -greatly reduced prices.
MEN'S CORDUROY PANTS.
While thev last:
$2.50 Pants $1.75
$2.00 Pants . .-. '. $1.50
$1.50 Pants. ". 98c
MEN'S ODD PANTS.
We have a good assortment, of Odd Pants,
regular price, $r.50, $2.00, $2.50, while they
last, $1.00 per pair. '
MEN'S OVERALLS.
I3e3t Grade Huclc Brand Overalls,
$1.00 value .". .".90c
MEN'S UNDERWEAR.
We are going to sell at an unusually low
price.
Men's High Grade Union Suits, the
best $1.00 values, now only. : . . .79c
50c values, now only :.'.:.'. .37c
Boys' 50c values, now only '. .35c
'MEN'S WORK SHIRTS. '
50c valuea.we are going to close them at 39c
$1.00 Dress Shirts -, 79c
50c Dress Shirts . ,35c
MEN'S SHOES.
Wo have the best line of Men's Shoes that
we have shown in many a day. They are
new goods and all solid.
Men's $4.00 Fine Shoes $3.50
Men's $3.50 Fine Shoes $2.98
Men's $3.00 Fine Shoes $2.48
Men's $3.50 Heavy Shoes $3.00
Men's $3.00 Heavy Shoes $2.48
Men's '$2.50 Heavy Shoes $1.98
We have one lot of Ladies' and Children's
Shoes, price from $1.25 to $1.50 per pair,
will go at only 69c.
MEN'S SWEATERS.
$2.50 values, now at $1.98
$2.00 values, now at. ... r .. . .$1.48
$1.50 values, now at 93c
50c values, now at 35c
ONE LOT OF MEN'S HATS,
$200 VALUES. WILL CLOSE
THEM AT 43c.
SILKS.
$1.00 Silk, good 70c
75c Silk, good 48c
50eSilk, good 35c
LADIES' AND MISSES' UNDERWEAR.
Ladies' Union Suits, $1.00, now 79c
Ladies' Union Suits, 50c, now 35c
Misses' Union Suits, 50c, now 35c
Children's Union Suits, 50c, nov. . . . ..35c
Children's Union Suits, 25c, now 17c
LADIES' CLOAKS.
Wo have some nice LadieR' and Children's
Cloaks that we will close ut a. very low price.
WOOLEN DRESS GOODS.
Nice new goods.
$1.00 values for only 75c
75: values for only 50c
".50c values for only 35c
LADIES SCARFS AND FASCINATORS.
We mean to clean out everything in this
line. See th3 prices:
$1.00 grade for only. 69c
75c grade for only 48c
50c grades for only 35c
25c grade for only 15c
NOTIONS.
Men's or Ladies' 5c Handkerchiefs, only 4c
Men's or 1-adics 10c Handkerchiefs, only 8c
Clark's O. N. T. Thread, per spool 4c
5c Pearl Muttons, per rani 4c
10c Pearl Buttons, per card ,. . . . .8c
Ladies' Woolen Hose, 25c grade, nor pair 19c
I-adies' Fleece-Lined Hose. 25c grade,
per pair 19c
Children's Hose, 15c grade, per pair. .11c
ladles' $1.00 Corsets 75c
' GINGHAMS AND PERCALES.
Regular 10c goods, 7V2c per yard.
WIDE SHEETING.
Our 3Ui grade will go at 22c per yard.
OUTING FLANNELS.
Our regular 10c goods during this sato
can bo bought for only 7y2c per yard.
FLANNELETTES.
All patterns in our 10c. 12c and 15c
goods will close at V2c per yard.
CALICOES.
Choice of any of our c goods during this
pale at 4i2c per yard.
FURNITURE, COOK STOVES AND
HARNESS.
We have a nice new lm Will sell for 10
per cent, off during U;i sale.
GROCERIES.
Here is a place where we can save you
some nice money. See thes" pru'es and
judge for yourself:
Canned Peas, standard goods, per can 7-,c
Canned Corn, standard gooda, per canT'Cc
Canned Kraut, sUtudard goods, p,r can 7'2C
Canned Hominy, standard goods, per
can 7'.
Porl: and Beans, "faudard goods, nor
can 7V?c
15c Roasted Colfce, per wound lie
20c Roasted Coffee, per pound 15c
(! Packages Arbuctlop Cofr.o for ri.10
7 Bars Big Deal or Clean-Knsj Soap. . .25c
8 liars Lenox Soan ftv 25c
18-lbs. Granulated Sugar toi $1.0D
50-lbs. Pure lln-j; I al $.00
13"CJKr3LJESJES 3MCJESX3ja3KriXlXXS CO..
DuLxxcle lEsELosa.-fe saoS-SLpr.
3
MNERSNIf
OF
MODERN
GERMAN
Empire tne 4in ia
Just Passed.
ftUBURATED UT VEHSMLLE8
Unification of German States
Followed Victory of Prus
sia Over France.
KADS OI' STATUS SMAIX I'KY
I
January IS was "umpire" day for
l i'.,rmnn. Mm fnrtv-fourth anni-
x trary of tlio proclamation "of the
odern Herman emplro and tho ac
ptaneo by Wllhelm I.. "Der
rosse," of tho Imperial crown. Tho
Tfiomcntoim ceremony which mark
to tho birth of tho powerful now
atlon, tho completion of tho task
f uiifllcation attempted by tho
Russian Kins. lllsmarck and Von
Viloltke, was performed in tho pal
Ace of Versailles on 'January 18,
1871 In tho throne room of this
..-i n irpltHntllr:ll mntttnr-
(JUfUlU " .......----
niece of I.ouls XIV. a gorgeous
ami magnificent chamber with wall
lined with paintings depleting tho
triumphs of Franco, tho Prussian
Kim? accepted foV himself and his
JoMUidanls tho tltlo of (lermaii
tCmperor. Officially tho Prussian
valuer la not Kmpvror of Germany,
hut Herman i-;mporor, a uihuiicuou
lot without uu implied dllfercnco.
The victorious campaigns against
l)on murk, Austria and Franco' wur,e
rely responsible for tlto rJaiuu-
ion of thnt dream of Herman na-
a
F'
Fkf
vr
APOR TREATMENT
FOR COLD TROUBLE
L - ...A.l l., nil tiStanltfll Tti
,ro nun untu t $ t
ZI " .; ll.nl...l .It ... Via .r.
lilts Inlurtnr? fiiA NtomfLfn lri tlO 111
Bniftl remedies. Tho vatom aro cou
VKK5&&&SALYE
i that tlw oroTtoafd by tho bat o
in oouy wuvu uiiuivu ? ii
nd chotOmfKMxl ruh w'U rellev
cold: oru U curwl lit flftoen rain
.00. liB)Slo on rcimHt, Vlok Cher
1 Cl, QreoMborp, N.
tloual unity which had been enter
tained by Krederick tile 5reat. It
was a nation cemented by the blood
of all tho (tcrmnn States, shed on
tho fair fields o'f France,, and Its
birthplaces was In a palace in a for
eign land a. proud and ancient land
-humbled by Von Moltko's great mil
itary machine. 'Within .tho palaco
on that memorable day wero tho
leading oltlcers of tho victorious
army, and on the completion of the
ceremony marking tho resurrection
of a united (lermnny they broke into
wild cheers, which worn hoon taken
up by tha worn and weary trium
phant soldiers outride the palace,
WhlleRermany celebrated Its unU
lienrion and the beKinning of n now
and glorious era. Franco was en
gaged, in blood and tears, in pain
and travail, In working out Its des
tinies as a respublic. Out of the
conflagration or war Issued a new
empire and alsu a now republic,
which after forty-tour years of wait
ing, are again engaged In a death
struggle.
Just a month before King Wll
heha was mndo Herman Emperor
the Helchstag had addressed him
with theso words: "Tho North
Gorman Parliament, in unison with
tho primes of (ermany, approach! 3
with the prayer that Your Majesty
will deign to consecrate tho woik of
unification by accepting the Gorman
Imperial crown. Tho Teutonic crowu
on tho head of Your Majesty will
Inaugurate (or tho ro-ostabllshed
emplro of tho German nation au era
of honor, of peace, of well-being,
and -of . liberty secured under tho
protection of the J11'"
Twenty-six States comprised tho
constitutional confederated Slates
under tho presidentship of Prussia.
Ily tho proclamation at Versailles
tho Imperial office becarao heredi
tary In tho UoUjEo of Hohcnsolleru,
uqd tho Prussian Uluga wore given
(ho eecutlvo powor of the empire,
with tho right to dcclaro defensive
War and nmko poaco, conclude alli
ances and enter into treaties with
foreign nations. Tha kings of Sim
ony, Havaria and Wurteniburg. and
tho many grand dukos, dukes und
princes wero loft by importal unifi
cation with their titles and courts,
but with Httlo more. Each Statu In
tho empire retained a certain
amount of homo rule, but the head
of all the States except Prussia be
came mere figureheads. Since Wil
Jielm ascended tho throno In 1888
tho reigning kings, princes and
dukes "offllie minor-' Slates -hava
been moro and more overshadowed,
until now their very names aro
known to few except thoso of Ger
man blood.
SPEClAIi OFKKIC.
Daily Ioulsvillo Herald and Hart
ford Herald by mall "for ono year nt
special price of 53.00. Kentucky's
greatest dally nowsnapor delivered
at your home ach day, Including
your homo paper, at tho prlco of
only S3. 00 The regular subscription
price of tho Louisville Dally Herald
alono is $3 it year. Thus you get
two papers for the prlco of ono.
This oiTor positively expires on
February 2S, 1015. 50tl0
A report issued by Warden Os
borne, of Sing Sing, showed that
under tho new humanitarian rulesj
troubI In the big penitentiary bail
decreased
SOM
16
E
IN OLD KENTUCKY
This Year In the Line Of
Politics.
tliket made up of tlmc-serii)K p"l-io eat.
writes Dr. William i: ai
.. . .......... i - "
fmrlans or or "nitariaus" in omoe tont iji-ad of (
i .
1st school. "'e hint- to
INDEPENOENT VOTE A POWER
A
will not appeal strongly lo the vo
, ters. The Dewocratic p.irtj will
Imperil Its sucrcK, if It nominates
a ticket which has any handicaps.
The question of availability is of
I first importance. It Is not the
whoopers-up of the rank and file of
tho party who would niuke the b,st
candidates, hut the men Mho would
appeal strongest to the Indencudont
voters and lo thu men vitally con
cerned in the future v.elfare of Kcii-'nky.
1'alm.is .Method-
Pay SIh
lor ono hag of rice. Three lugs j
week are required for our seminary
btudents. When the European war
was declared, uv had 'sl.Mj-sove:.
boarders In the school, Imt tin- rls
in jirlcen and lack of food Mippl
has forced us to cut our number tn
thirty. It was almost heartbreakinp
to turn the hoys away. Won't you
help us to keep those that remain'.'
"Notwithstanding the trouble
Ticket Of Time-Serving
Politicians Win Not Ap
peal To Voters.
, perhaps partly because ifi It - near-
The News not onl agrees wlthily a thousand In this region durini.
tho Times In the character of c'indi-the iiast year hae been brought
oates necessary for party success, , from heathenism Into Christ's ltinc-
' hilt It also agrees on the questions! iom."
INTERNAL CATARRH
"Pcruna lhts Mono Wonders For Mc
I Was So Weak.?'. k
Mrs. r. V.
Curr'. i'. O.
D o x, CIS.
J'otorsburg-.
Ills., writes:
"I havo been
Uroubled with
I Internal ca
I tarrli since
' my girlhood,
and wuh sick
In bed threo
mouths.
When I vaa
ablo to set up
I was so weak
and thin I
could hardly
walk. What
I a t o disa
greed with
ine. I had
stomach and
liver trouble,
and my feet
and limbs
were swollen so I could scarcely draff
urnund. ,
"I tool: I'oruna and It has dono
wonders for me. My euro was a sur
prlbo to niy frlonJs for they never ex
pected to so ii.) welt atratn. I just
took two bottles of I'eruna after doc
toring for llva months and itrorslng
worsu all tho tlmo."
Continuous Headache.
3frs. Esther M. Mllnor, lJox; 191,
Do Gruff! Ohio, wrltea: "I was a tor
rlblo DuiTerur from Internal catarrh,
and'hud tho headacltq continuously.
f wnsuot; ablo to do my housowork
for inyso'lf and husband. You recoip
mended l'cruna. I took vfpur. buttles,
and '-W&H completely cured. I tiilnk
l'erunvi a wwdcrful modfclnt) and
havo' roovniwMidod (t to my Metvin.".
nr - ivy
UEMOCIIATS IAV TAKE VOTM'K
' v hlch are entitled to (irst rotislder
. 'Ion. We must have consolidated
'iiMooIs to give tho country boy uu
cquul opportuuitv with the city boy
I for a good educnlion at tho expense
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O ICE. O
dOCOOOOOOOCOOO
lee Is used to cover lakes, rlvorn.
ponds and foreheads. It also come
lOIIll-
wi. - ,. .vn... .-til .l.r-n
1111 1IC1UVU.IID ". '.If til., rft.lt.-
the dcfeuslve. and If the purported
' '" " r""" " " "-, ,, ,. . ,, , ,.,... ..
schen f rotation In olilee is a - Hotter iHfiMtoii of lut.'UIgenco by I '" "'hD' " .""' " '""'"'' ""u-
. '., . i ,. i . , . rr 'he polar bear and tho walrus,
rt.i- the esiil'lishmeiit In every quarter I . "'
iuiaI dellvtrj. d-dly , "" . ...". .. n
... nlt.,....1.f .. ii....' v,nra - mir wiutiti. .4ll
tiirtniMntnl nnnirh ar UlV 11 a Mills- i i iimuis ii uur viiiAcnaiuii in uu:i i . , ,
partn.Hntui anuir. r. m u a s lg H more inv.goiatlng. after sleep-
taciory .pianaiion, ,.u.u..... ... - - - ...... ,, UIU vHllK d
successful attack will not be want- havo Komi roads In order that wgi Iceberg with ill modem
in- Hi. onnoslilon i may havo consolidated schools. Vh ' ",mle"tl1 " win nil nioiiuru,
!nh ti. tn. opposlt in i. mlprovements except hot water
That much or tne summon ih - - ,".. .-..... .w. ... ..v,..v- avukon bv the
clear. What Is Mill clearer . tl.lt of the farmer that his social. J" h
minds of the people.' whhh the 1U- rnraU i.dig.ous am lc.,n,nerci,U l. th(
puutican uommiuee mm vi-un. -..-.... ' rounding the berg.
recognize, in that the time Is past) Wo must lime u uniform and. fee Is also used to skate upon and
In Kentucky when either the roos- equitable system of assessment so ,or ,, , wnt!11 wIth
the log cauin is in oo ti . . oiiii uiiuiou inuy uu uuiiurm
tempted and unless certain dlscv
ancles In the administration of de-iof the free
partniHntul affulrs are givdi a satis- ,brii.gi!ig all u
light of the
ingo briskly
ilopth sur-
tur or
drtormluiiig factor In the seleethei
itbeli'.
Thero aro certain fundamental
needs Hiich as Rood schools, good
roads and an equitable ta xyttoin,
that the people purpose to havo met,
whether they have to employ a Ue
publlcan or a Democratic Stnto ad
ministration as their agent. -Louisville
Times.
- Tho abovo from onu of the tend
ing Democratic newspapers of tho
Statu Is very significant and certain
and
hteel-bluo lingers, ono Is engaged la
that Intangible property may bear , (lbbrl)ing pastime of fastening
ts Just proportion of tho burdens straps ,,,, tu, nnk,og o j.om0
of government. Theso questions aro ,.i)arn,I1K ,,r lllt Boro , ,9i
pressing for sottlenumt. Tho mean Thiti feo!jM f ,,,, - J( ,
(n.. l.'n. ..1... 1.... .tl.l..u
"""" "' "" '" iiijiiiih Kn.atly enhanced when, tho strai
else, inoro in fact than all things ...,. , . b MI..(l.KSflIii.. ,.onl.
that nru usually dlscusred In a State ,)lQt0(,t 0I, rg- wth u KraP(lfu
uuiimiKH. iiio quesuou in nun- b()W , ,,. ,, ,
lucky is. aro tho DomocraU golns . tl0llsi.rrt ,,as adnem
t lmrcrll tho success of tho party ico ,eiw.
i.j listening to the candidates whoj u.(i wlll HW y la)lll)t.s w.
want olllce to gratify their personal ut ono t,,M ,(t , ri)f.igoratorB.
ambition or aro Mioy olng l num. vw .. ,. ...., ,.. ,, , Ul)llt ,
ful
SlKlt Ot
to tho
Democrats to take noi co. Tho in
dopumlent vote in Kentucky holds
tho balance "of power. Theso Inde
pendent voters caro nothing for
either tho rooster or the log cabin.
Thoy will vote, under either one If
they; think ono stands for the best
Interests of tho State. Tho Demo
cratic party this yonr cannot, secure
tho independent voto ot the Statu
unless both. tho Democratic ticket,
i . .t'i,ii.' ' Ir. ' ' .' .!....
ana, 'wuuu'iuu 'uumuuruuu utuvi
stands' for appeals (hum.
Wo. uBris)1 with (he Tlmts that u
ly tho warning. Is sufficient for all a ticket themselves not among tho 0 faiuy fcufo ,t f rtl,lltlm0I
.hul-u BecK.ug nom.emus itnicn win cl(llr ,, caI bo Mm throlIRh(
nut uu, ls..re ,Mwuy kuth, .mu YvU,(jh I() ,, t,,au (.an bo s 0j
which will stand for progressive- tho operations of the syndicate of
politics for tho'betterment and ml- miu.mllllonalres whose wagonri
vancenieiit of the State.. .rEIIZabcth.,.a reRuIarly a( your UmM and
(own News. leavo you enough to last until just
" "" j heforu your next dliinor-purty, while
UltKltlA IN WAIt TIMH charging you for what It weighed
;i7rri.V AIOXO, IIADJ.Y when it loft the ioiid tho wintur be-
fore. I.lfo.
. Iliiwn- tnv Ifnrnpp T.lhtirlti n,i rinia
Palmak, there Is real .BUftV'rlut' Some seem to regard etornal llfo
among' tbo missionaries and nutlves: as a bonus for hoping that .they, aro,
''It is. dlnlcult-for us to get' anything going to get It,
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