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Wo Are Going To
ROYCE'S to get our shoes. He is selling S4
shoes for 2.90.
See his elegant window display.
W. K. ROYCE.
The store that sells good goods and never
Till' Im'iiij eaters wcri' numerous
J. W. Uoc and wife, of Kansas
Citv. arc visiting: here.
Tlic Adrian hand is furnishing
music for tin Austin encampment.
About one-half of AilrialiM people
attended the e'licnmpnu-nt at Austin
Kvervt defeated the Adrian second
Joe Stevens. oT Illinois. Is visiting i
friend- and looking lifter "''
K, N. Mitchell mid wife, of Knnsnsi
, ... , , .. , ,. -
Oty. ..! Mrs. 1 aylor. of Se-dn ,.
are visiting the latter mother Mr. j
M. K. Owen.
Frank K.tcl and wife came lown !
;usscy Bankrupt Sale.
Imon and vaniJa'cxtraet 10 and 1-V
I'll re glycerine 4c bottle.
Pure cm-tor oil 4e
Yeast IV package
Canned corn "V
Canned apple To
Cannefi hominy 7c
(.'tinned irmwl rries c
Parlor Matches, worm jv, ior in:
Spices-V. 2 for -V
Uottle pickles "V
T.ottle onion TV
H. ittle p pper sauce TV
liotti't tomato ciitfiip .V
Bottle "r.oi-sert-dish Zf
Thompsons wild cherry phospnte l"c
Hcrri' jrripp, fever aue cuiv loc
Cinnamon bark :'.c package 1' for -V
Clove -V I
Starch "V - for
Fairbanks scouring wmp .V
I'namt lide ;V 2 for r-.
Itotlle bluing 4e 3 for Me
Sealing wax I'eTh
Mica axle fjre.'ise TV
Mutual cyclone poultry food Sk- pk
Tneks 3c pku;
1 1 or b K k -V
I. limp Hues No 1 4c, No '2 .V
Toilet soap 1st- box
hump wick .V dox
Pit lampK ."m
Meat miwh I'm
IUikIi knivcx bh
Pot deader 7c
Pot fork I V
i-uiciier Kinven i h' nnii -
TcufpooiiH 1"- wt
Pa i nix knivi'M 7e
I'istry LnlveM l.V
S)M' tacIeM bte pair
Screw dfi vers
Pocket klllveK Jite, l.V
Serew even .rK- lint
ax taperti liox . Ior I.h
Mu. ihm.' 4c
Fli ur blim 7.V
M-at nooicr "ic
It read and siig'ir bins ."u.-
Covered '1'in Inickelri 1'iaild !'"
Dinner Inn kels l.V
Wah pan ."
Pot U.ls :te - for V
1 Mist pa us V
Stove pipe lac Jint
LIbov s ,V
Cot.-e liot 1" and L'c
C ilUv ft ralia-r V
Corn poppers .'1 a ml hH
Sto" hooks :so
Ste poker -V
Hog rings li'A
Coal hod IV and J.V
Soup I iii'ifiii, .Vc ,uel 7 V
Frull sMiu els V -ot
Cream pitchers Jite
Meat piutie, n ."V, i.V r.!id !-'
Plates '( and 7.V set
Plain plales set
from the city Saturday for 11 weeks
visit v ith home folk.
I. W.Duncan. of Kleh IIIH.wna slink
ing hands with friends: Saturday.
Charlie Simmons wn In town Sat
urday. He say tie linn forty m-r,-n
of corn that will make 40 bushels to
T hern are Adrian merchants tlint
fro to Hutlcr nnd other phuvH to buy
jrooils that they do not carry them
selves admit that then are letter
. . . . . . , . ,
ulnce to trade than Adrian. lueniiu
if M can do letter dsevvherv ocan
anybody dse nnd the r'oplc art-not
. . .,,,,. , ...
flow In catchlnj; on. Adrian can
f tQ n
nr ,,,,. m,opt g(Mwm,l
, Hon Haht'
Sharing cupsjacand 20c
Water pitcher l.V and 2(c
;laJi la i u 1 18 7c complete l.V
Cake Ktnmls SV
Jelly Ktandn 10c
Ollery stands k:
Stone ware 6 V.Val.
Woolen'dross gools Is.-. 7c. 1K; li'V
I-"tc, 17e. '.itc. iV, 30c and 3.V.
DoubU' xvidth iK-rcale .V ami 7!
Iawiis. choice .V
Figured sateen Kle
Carsets 17c, :; -Ve and 7-V
Ijidios vests 4e, 7c,llc and 1'ih.
Childrcns hose ladies Xk- tan hose
Hook and even 3c
Uuttons 4c card 2 dozen
Poach combM .V, 10c, I V, 2V
Haudken hiefs 3c, 4v
Curling kids' 4c
Culling ironn -e and V
Pis ket liook 25e
Pix ket combs V
Fine combs -V
Ilibbon c to l.V yurd
Mens hats 4.V. 73c 'V, (NV, $1
ltoys hat l.V, Pc and4V
Mens caps Jin-
Poys caps V l.V, -"c1. U.V
Susi-nder l.V, 2.V. 3.V
Ties I V, 2ic
Mens shoesV, 1. f 1.10. $1.40, 1;:)
Kadien sl:eH .Mk 7-V, 1; 11.2."., fl.SU
Ijuiles sllppem ,Ve, 7.V. 1.2.
Clil!l-eiH hlHHTJ fr, TsK-, 7.V, K.V, IKC
Koys s!kh ". 7-V, ik; fl
Picture's :t.V, (IV
Lndiett rolon'd tihlrt walsta
Mens Jean pants TV, 11
Mi'iis ras,inere pants .Vic, T.V. II.
fl-'sJ nnjl 11.75
Menu underwear :i.V
Mens eln-ss tdilrtu .'IV, and iV
Mens work shirts Vte, 2.V and 2v
Whips s-. l.V mid 5.V
Jlimpilig ro)M'S .'It
Sleds 2V, :i.Vand 4'H
Palm leaf fans le '
PadieK cajs-s 1, 1.:1, 2, 12.25, .t
ladles Jackets 1. 2.2-S
Hoys kin pants 2V, PV
Suits l.:wi, 1,75
l-adi.- U its Pk-, IV. ;v
Ladies hos supporters plc
MIhw-h hose Miipporters is.
Children hose supporter 7e
Colored crayon ,V box
Pencil sharpener lc
Cai is'iiter i-ncil 2c
Itubls-r erasers 2c mid 4-
Slate sncils 2 for le
Pell holders 2 for lc
Japanese hi II I el lm 2c
Thread 4c sjiool
NeedleH 4c pas-r
Pans :te mnt -V
Ladieit white skirts 41-
I .miles ruiiiml nkiri If
Scrub bnislii-M -V. 7c. Ilk, '.V, lv. 2t '
J loiw briisheH 2V, :1V nni Jite
f ' Fjmilv
i bO. Ou.filters
Mr. Will Price npctit Sunday at
Pit hanlx with hix parent,
PileyCox, of Schell ity, iH'nt
few hour In tliiHilty Sunday.
Ueo. );ufell and J.C. Iiuirhlln
n lilch Hill vUltoin hiMt week.
Ml Aii'.ia I'rlet wrlRer, of KaiiHa
City, Ik vlltlii)r her munln Mm. W.
Wm, price, our hay and nr"l'
dealer. fok In the racett nt Itlch Hill
Mi Kinma L-onry came home
lawt wei'k lifter a vllt with IlK'h
Mlmt.Kathrlne Pee I home attain
after an extended visit with relative
In l'ettl county
Ml Lottie Carienter vlnlted over
Sunday In the country with Ml
Mr.Dennie and MUs !telln Itltchle
left Monday morniutf for Keokuk, la
to visit relative..
Mr. Dr. McKlnnoii. of Schell City,
visited her mother Mr. P. Fishei
the first of the week.
Pick lowry. of Walker, Mo., visit
ed a few hours with lit tincle A. T.
Lowry and family Tuesday.
Misses. (Sussie Moore, Maud Itore-
InR, Saille Hittand Mr. Tom Kerffe
son n tu mod from Adrian Sunday.
Dick Poblnson and sister Mis
Lillian sjent several day vlsltlnji
relatives and friends In KIchHUI Inst
Miss.'s Kate lJe'H and Ksku Duley
and Messrs Tom Uih'h and llus'll
Duley nttendisl church wt Oreclival
Dr. (Jroshartnnd wife, Mrs. W. E.
Hejio ami two Mism-s Heyle, Flu
(iillette and 5rno Iauehlin nt tend
ed the fair In Uich Hill Thursday.
Dept. Sheriff llarve Johnson, of
Uich Hill, came over Sunday after
two yonujr Rlrln that had run away
from their home at Ijimnr. Mo; they
were stopping at the Comiuerci.nl.
Misses Maud and Nonne Poreing,
Kate Pees. Eska Duley, Flora
(Joint te and Messrs. Kusse! Duley
and Tom Ree were entertained at
the home of W. I-:. Heyle Monday
A Sure Preventive.
It is Isr-tter to prevont consumption I
man to mterwaras ik- looking ior n
.... ...... t
cure. .Many case's tierome liicnraiae
simply IsH'nuse so long negleeteel.
When you first catch cold, when you
first Is-gan to cough, make haste to
tis Mexican Syrup. It may save
your life, for It has proven a ipilck
and never falling cure for sore and
lrritaed lungs, tickling In the throat
etc., resulting from a cold acchlently
taken. It is only 25 cents a bottle
and is sold nt drug stores.
Thin lit Right.
Then' is erne good thing about
Mother's Worm Syrup, and that Is.
it w ill never do an vone a bit of harm
should it fail to do him good. It Is
a good idea t try this remedy If
you feed bad and don't exactly know
what allsyou. There may Is? a tape
worm a hundred feet long that Is
causing your loss of health. If so a
25 cent bottle of Mother's Worm
Syrup will kill and remove It from
A Reliable Family Till
n v lu-n
A .Mexican Ko.it Pill taki
you U'gin to f.i-l bilious, or
your bowels fail to move a they
should,! may ward off a long sjh'11 of
Illness, (iet a 25 cent buttle.
l'ulu Make Life a ISurdeu.
H is wrong to let. thos you love
suffer pain r Is- In pain yourself,
w hen liois h's Quick Itelief olilvcosts
'25 cents a bottle. Ilewt cure for
i rumps mid colic.
A Modern Ml rail
io. s li's Sarsaparilla enters into
and changes the composition f the
blood lucking sufficient red corpus
rles to make It pure. Then the pure
blood, circulating with healthful ac
tivity, permeates every fibre of flesh
and restores l-tter strength ami Ih'I
ter feeding to every part, completely
curing sores and pain.
I'llts Iiia CurcM .Pileii.
Mont y refuiuhs If it ever falls.
Anti-Ague cun chill and fever.
A minister one Sunday evening
was preaching to a very sleepy con
gregation; to waken them up he
aid: "Brethren, wake up! You
really cannot know that your minis
ter is preachiuy; to vou thi evening
with only half a shirt to hi back!"
and they woke up. Several waited
to see the milliliter to express their
sorrow ui liis beinir so poor. lie
muled niiel said: "Dear frii'nds,
don't you know that the other half
wa at tho front f"
Mrs. Maude Tomlinson has
opened iresmaking parlorc over
the Review otliee, and solicit the
patronage of the ladies vt Rich iiili
and vicinity.. Satisfaction guaranteed.
On Sept. ylli cur public schools
will open for the coming your.
Improvements have been made in
the different building 'n 1,10 xvay
ol painting and papering- A
reading room has tiecn .ulded and
the Inch school pupil? can now
ottfhJ! the entire day, having a
fctudy room and have uso ot the
library in preparing lessons.
A new chemical aeparalifs has
been purchased thus making thin
department more complete.
All of the teachers employed
have attended summer school, at
Columbia or elsewhere this season,
thu9 preparing themselves (or bet
ter work under the management of
our worlhv Suuerintndent Prof.
Barrett and his able assistants,
the sbhool work this year will cer
tainly surpass any in the history
ol our public schools.
Keep Your Hoys ft" Other leo
One of the results of. boys pro-.vl-
incr around vC;int nrcmi-.es where
they have no busineso, w as tried be
fore Justice Shcppard on Monday
morning and the sequel i", a hoy
held to answer t the next term of
court on a charge of larceny, with a
good prospect of a term in the coun
ty jail or a fine to be paid by his
parents, or perhaps both fine and
The name-, ot several boy were
given to ihe niiirsh:il a few day no
who have been robbing the pr.ich
trees of an old couple in this iy,
and they should take warning that
they lav themselves liable under the
law for such conduct and not pre
sume too far on the leniency of own
ers of proycrty or the mercy ot llie
officers of the law. Boys have no
business on other people's propeity
except for legitimate purposes, a.id
should be taught by their paicnH
that when thry go there i,.iiieccs-
sariv tncv are violating the law a. id
i. A. tt. Resolutions.
Wheieas, Theie seem to l e a
prevailing impression that !';.i I'ost
is under obligation to bury nil old
soldier whether incmhcM ot tbi
organization oi not, audit niiilllitlv
whether thev pay dues or nut, there
fore, be it
Resolved, That we me onlv un
der obligation to btitv deserving
sailors and soldiers when they die
and are in need, ar.d not those vvi.o
being well able to pay due ami con
tribute their portion to such work
while living, refuse to do so. 1
Resolved, That in c;'e it cannot!
be decided in full meeting of the ;
Post, then any three ellkeTs of the
Post shall decide whether a dicca :
ed soldier or comrade shall bebuiicd'
by the Post or not at out expense
and with military honorr
n.v order of Post.
It. CoOI'KII, P. C
1 ICC Kl.HV, Adjt.
THi: NT ATI! FAIR.
The director e.f the Misuii
State Fair have set s"de tdiies-!
day, the third day of their first an- i
nual exhibition, as Woild's Fair;
Day, complimentary to the l.onisi-;
ana Purchase Imposition to be held'
at St. Loui in !'
Among the promiaeiit gentlemen1
officially eoiuirrtrd with the Louisi-1
ana Purchase 1'xposiiioir, who will;
br: present at the State I'' air on '
World's Fair Day a :d deliver ad
dresses, me (jovctuor A. M. Dock- 1
ery, c-C ovti nor David R. Fraiivi.
and Cyru P. Wall ridge, ex major i
of St. I.ouU. i
The people of Missouri are inter- J
estcd in the success of both iaii and
thousand will no doubt take advau- j
tage of the cheap rates offered by,
the railroads to atteml the State j
Fair nt Scdalia on Woild's Fair I
Day and by their presence encoi.r-!
age the exposition, which a ill bring
to the grand old Stale of Missouri, j
people from every country of the
Walnut Mt reel M. M. tTiurch.
Theievsi'! be pleaching at the'
Walnut Street M. li. Civile 'i next t
Sunday at II m and at S p. m. ;
Sunday School ut j: m j
lCpworth League at 7 p. m.
will be t.'.krn u ,
this f -liter. So'
don't fail to cr.i atJ fctttie M-cause
yua have no monry.
,Why you should visit the
Tho Big Clean-up
merclinntlise, with all its attractivo,
money saving features, is still on.
Tin i,,ht attractive advance kIioxn ln ,f New Fall Dn-sn lioodii
ecr displayed on our counters I now ready for your Inspection.
in this early display of the cream of Pkij pail Weaves mid color
lug, we have but taken another step in the direction ofouren-
j 1 vor jo make this the leading store.
New Dress Goods.
Quick Selling Quotalions on
New Fall Dress fJoods.
All wool novelty'suitiiig. mix
tures an-l small broken dus ks
a genuine bargain bK-
3i Inch all wool Venetians, all
the leading colors per yd 4V
li Inch all wool covert Vene
tians handsome range of
colorings )er yd 4S-
41 Inch all wool melton, all the
deslrsble shades, a good value
A very large mid handsome lin.if black dress go.sls In all the
new weaves. Sure to pleas,-the most fastidious dreswr ami care
Our system of close cash selling Isan assuramv that the new, am
well as the old goods on our bargain tables. Is your., at prices ol
talnable onlv at the
Will Give Away
Fine premiums to our custo
mers beginning the 4th of Sep
tember until every one of our
customers will get a nice pres
ent. Our way. of doing busi
ness is known to most of the
public, there is no better way,
but to increase our trade we al
ways tryv to give the people
some inducements and guaran
tee satisfaction to everybody.
Wo arc just in receipt oi a fine lino of
Trousers, something oocl and reason
able, also a nice line of hats and gents
y furnishing goods.
Will continue to give great bargains
all through tho house, especially in sum
1 a yk m m rmm. mb I
B Biliil ill 5 ;i MB ID II
!J ctr mum m m m Utr tm
a r a .f T5t
II "-- V jYjk.-VM "Si B
R " Sfs VJHyj X
bs. . . . i:
Salo of desiragle
New Waist Cloths
Preiieli flannelettes, nil the new
shades, strlH-s. dots anil
perian effects: and the price
Creio tlaunelettes. a very hand
some fabric ami new this
season, handsome colorings
and design, ouly l.V
Imported freneli flannelettes, n
regular 2V value for IV
27 Inch hU wm1 strlpinl tricots,
remarkably cheap for :RV