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The Waverly Gazette from Waverly, Kansas • 1

The Waverly Gazette from Waverly, Kansas • 1

Waverly, Kansas
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AYERLY 17 01 Vf Established 1887. Waverly, Coffky County, Kans. January 15, 1904. Vol. xvi No.

45 wv v' yv "jv yv vv vv W. B. KiLER.Vice Pres. C. F.

MATHis.Ast.Cashier. Wm. Wallace, Pres. Fred F. Fockelk, Cashier.

FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Surplus, $2, 500.00 scalded some tin ago and when she recovered rheutnatim set in. Mrs. Haller ha returned home after an eight days stay at the Ham mond home. Harry Jackson's cousin, John Jackson, of Woodson is visiting him at present. Mr.

Clott has sold out his personal effects and rented his farm and will go to western Kansas. Quite an electric display last Saturday afternoon, a very unusual occurence for January. M. V. Lake has returned from Harvey county and will engage ia PYLES BUNGE.

SHIKAS KILER. MCHENRY DIRECTOBS; c0' ROCKY RUN. Mary and Clarence Godsey started to school Monday. Mr. Clate Hutchison and family visited at Mr.

Brltton's Sunday. Edward Gorman was a Westphalia visitor last Thursday, and Friday. Andrew 'Tompkins, of Mineral Point, visited his parents Saturday night arr! Sunday Hugh iu Mrins returned home Monday night fr.ui. Solomon where he lias been working sine July. Mr.

Dan Pilkingtoa Ms brother George, and family of Waverly last Saturday night and Sunday Misses Maude and Mary Green entertained a number of their friends Friday evening in honor of their cousin, Henry Kittermau. Flinch and games were the" amusements of the The personel of our directory is our best reference. All active officers heavily bonded. Insured against loss by burglary. Interest paid on time deposits.

We respectfully solict your business. The County News. ing the chase Mize ran directly beneath Mr. Melvins ax just as it was defending. The ax found a mark in the dogs nose fully splitting it.

The do was not killed as she is a valuable animal and bids fair to recovery. PLEASANT VALLEY. No school last week on account of farm and move to Hails Summit and still there is room. Rumor says Mr. Webber is going into business with Geo.

Marsh of this place. Our burg is still improving, there has been for some time from 5 to 20 carpenters at work here. Mr. Vulentines store room is ready fur the plasterer, as is also Hennises and Minehouses new houses. Mr.

Car-mean is selling lots so people can buy and live. Lucky the day when J. Carmean bought, the prarie 100 acres west of Halls Summit. 1 evening. Those present were: Misses.

Messrs. Our Intersting Letters From Correspondent Reportersi Axary iompkins, Will Gorman, Anna TompKins, Arthur Norton, Amy Britton, Roy Mercer, farming on the ltainhardt farm. The farmers that lost their wheat crop on the bottoms had finu hay ai they are getting good prices forjit. The old man Weimer is on trial as he should be in this Coffey county for the murder of Mr. Slajjel's child liuft two Lelloy doctors ami Kansas City doctor were the cause of the death of a woman in L.eItoy not long since they, the doctors were admitted to bail to the sum of only eleven hundred dollars while old Weimer was not allowed bail.

What is the difference in the principle of the two cases? It surely was death both victims but why so much difference in the subsequent proceedings in regard to the offenders We are from Missouri, and we don't know. Etta Kitterman, Emma Tompkins, Florence Britton, sickness in Mr. Murphy's family. C. M.

Cellar and Joe Patrick delivered hogs to your city Monday. Homer Ross has been at work on his farm near Rosemont the past week. A. Keshner has leased the Barnes place for the coming season, so will still be our neighbor. Our mail man got tired of riding Sam Kitterman, Fred Britton, Dave Bell, Tom Malloy, Andrew Tompkins Edward Gorman, Jim Kitterman.

Tuesday and went on foot the last of his trip JACKSON'S FORD. Henry Fannon purchased a fine team 1 ast, week. 1VONDALE. Roy Daily and Hacley James have the mumps. Lucy Thayer spent Sunday with home folks.

Tilford went to Emporia Friday, returning Saturday. George Hoffman and Orton Irey started to schosl Monday. Edd. Martin returned to Manhattan Sil Kennedy went to Crandal last HALLS SUMMIT. Frank Blue finds himself very busy since Mr.

Johnson can not be in the bank with him. Mr. Davison one of our mail carriers traded horses with H. W. IMc-Kinstry, both made 10 or 15 dollars.

Mr. Marsh and Christie are having a fight on spouting for houses. Now is the time to get your work done. Frank Johnson, our banker is sick with' a billious attack. Dr.

Wood is waiting on him, he is reported better today. Mr. W. Blantart drew "the talking machine at Heffner Bazels storr and sold it to J. B.Heff ner fur $20.00.

It cost him 14c. Mr. J. Hellenhas sold his farm and is hunting a new location. Sorry to loose Mr.

but our loss will be some others gain. The deputy sheriff was in our town today. JWe suppose he had'sorao business here, every body but J. B. Heffner was dodging him, Bruce says he is not afraid of him.

A. J. Webber is going to rent lis rarues irom Agricola were around last week leasing land for oil gas and mineral purposes. We are informed Mr8, Howard has bought their former place back and that Earl will farm it the coming season. Last Sunday morning while making her toilet to attend church Grandma Patrick became dizzy and fell to the floor causing a very severe fracture of the hip joint.

She sobered intense pain Sunday and Sunday night and the shock was all she was able to after a vacation of almost two weeks. Mr. Rugg has sold his farm and will move to Oregon the first of February. Our school at Ivondale is progress- Saturday. II.

Fannon and wife were at Bur-iington last Friday. The box social at SugarLoaf school house last week was well attended. Mrs. Martin who has been sick for the last four weeks is improving slow- iy. Mr.

Phillip Rohr and wife were the guests of ye scribe llast Wednesday eve. Mrs. Clara Kennedy and daughter Henry Glass was over from Rosemont Saturday making: arrangements for a public sale whioh will occur at his home Feb. He'intenils to quit the farm, and it is quit probable be will move to Waverly. We hope he will.

That is the kind of people wa like to see come here. Until further notice we will give 10 percent discount on all our goods and work, to every one bringing this add to our shop. Rememeinber that we handle pumps, windmills, pipe of all pipe brass goods, and plumbing goods. We have some tin and copper ware wo are selling at cost. Deed boxes, stock tauks, feed and all other kinds of sheet metal goods made to order.

Work guaranteed. Palmer fc Davidson. 1st door north of Fence Factory. 43tf. in? nioelv under the management of painful stand.

She is still in a very and critical condition. C. E. Tilford. The teacher and scholars have decorated the school house nicely with pictures and other decorations.

('Among them is a fine, large icture of President Roosevelt. Chas. Melvins dog suffered a pecu-iar accident last Saturday while Mr. Melvin was cutting hedge. Some other dogs startel a cotton tail and in join Emma were LeRoy visitors last Sat- rd ay.

QMrs. Clark is suffering now with acute rheumatism. She got her feet Go to Voyer for Caps, and Felt Boots. Underwear tf. You take advantage of our Clearing Sale prices, it will be largely to your benefit.

It's economy to buy at all times, Good Merchandise but especially so when priced far below value. Just at this time it will pay to buy for future use. TWO WEEKS OF RARE BARGAIN SELLING HERE! Overcoats Fur Scarfs $7.50 values, at $5.00. 6.50 values, at 4.25. S.75 values, at 1.50.

1.00 values, at .59. $6.50 values at 14 25 4.50 values at 2.50 1.50 values at .03 Cloaks Ladies' $9.00 values, at it ii it o.OO values, at 7.60 at 5.00 values, at $5.00 4.50 4.00 3.50 3.75. 3.00 2.50 2.00 MOYERS Sale! Any Overcoat in the House at oc pr P-j. 1 Discount! Yours for Overcoats, -m Misses 6.00 values, at 5.00 values, at 4.00 values, at 3.50 values, at it it Men's $12.50 Overcoats, at 19.00 11.50 8.00 10.00 7.50 Boys' $6.50 at 4.50 5.00 at 3.50 44 4.00 at 2.75 Men's $9.00 Suits, at 6.50 8.00 Suits, at 5.50 6.50 Suits, at 4.50 Men's 1.25 Caps, at .85 1.00 Caps, at .75 .75 Caps, at .50 .50 Caps, at .38 .25 Caps, at Men's 50c Jersey Shirts, at .35 Men's $1.00 Dress Shirts, at .58 Men's 1.50 Work Coats, at .98 Men's 1.00 Work Coats, at .75 Bojs' $1.60 Dress Shoes, at 1.19 Boys' 1 25 Dress Shoes, at .90 Ladies' $2.00 Dress Shoes, at 1.50 Ladies' 1.50 Dress Shoes, at 1.15 Men's (1.75 value Boots, at 1.00 I .50 Fascinators values, at ,37 .35 at .23 .29 at .19 11.50 Opera Capes 11.00 1.00 .75 .75 .50 .50 .38 Ladies 50 cent Golf Gloves, .38 Ladies' 25 cent Golf Gloves, .19 35 cent value Wool Dress Goods, 21 cents 25 cent value Wool Dress Goods, 17 cents haven't space to quote all the good offerings. Come ee-We have bargains and bargains OUR Grocery Department is never short of Good things.

Head Light coal oil, the same kind at the same price, 15c. Hunter's Cream Flour pleases Ask your neighbor per sack $1.05. Florida Sweet Oranges, per doz. 25c Pure Buckwheat Flour, per lb. 4 c.

Chase Sanborn's fine Teas and Coffee's never change in quality. WMiiuujm H. M0YER, The Clothier. 1.

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