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The Waverly Gazette from Waverly, Kansas • 9

The Waverly Gazette from Waverly, Kansas • 9

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Waverly, Kansas
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8 Is 4 ttTU 1 SPECIAL OFFERINGS, We know that we need not remind you that we are in a position to supply every demand as we are showing the largest quantity of attractive merchandiee we have ever offered at special prices. si 1 TVC 1 KMWi ll 1 it I f.i' fort and wear are pgf 4 M.r4 imlllfll 4 ftpfglPM combined in a shoe, I 1 1A ipiHBnp ir 5 a i -a. iminTA ft (fl 1 flWS'jf HuWr The Ralston cocs 1 WAISTS' 111 i psi- we pi ties in the season smart- I nWm lJi i MM $ei8ifll est sty.eS ofbcaotifu. Lin- IMijl NEW FOULARD gerie and tailored iM! r' mftililSsli They reveal the. highest SILKS MtS 4 standard w(orK'manship OUR CORSET DEPART- ll and material of the finest MrfiT foulard silk is at 1 A qualities.

One very desir- present the reigning "igm. 4 1 PhorP nn We shall be pleased to show vou WiSl- We feature special values in the season's smartest styles of beautiful Lingerie and tailored waists. They reveal the highest standard in workmanship and material of the finest qualities. One very There is an Foulard silk is at present the reigning desirable pattern is a fine batiste, having a yoke of embroidered lace, also the front and back trimmed with Val and Maltese I iavonte ana tne rasn- 1 VU1 ssifss 1 favorite and the fashionable fabric of the present season. We have them in a variety of colors and shades.

SPRING OXFORDS ARE HERB, undeniable distinction to the figure molded to one of our J. C. Corsets or the leading makes that we feature. A good corset is necessary to set off the finest garment. A 4 4 In all their newness, freshness and correct ness, smart snappy styles and last-s fur spring and summer wear.

is quality and selection that appeals to you. These shoes will strike a responsive chord. Some are extrc-mt) styles others are made alonr more conservative lines. However we can suit any taste at any price. The llalston for men and the Selby shoe for ladies.

4: GLOVES. Our clove selection is noiv complete with the season's new shades as well as the pretty standard colorlnjjs. Marly selections is advisable vvhi le stocks are complete. Gentral City Grocery Market Specials. Special needs of the human body will be supplied at this store.

As spring opens up aDd the days lengthen, and your work becomes harder you will want something to make you brawn and muscle. We have it for you, quality away up, price away down-rri F. F. O. blood red whole solid tomatoes, 15c 3 pound can.

1 OmSTOCSpunch tomatoes, a good one, highest brand most stores handle. 2 cans 23c. Ottawa Belle, solid pack, 3 cans for 25c, JABOTS. F. F.

O. corn, sweet and tender, packed in Maine, 15c per can. Punch corn, tailed their top line by many stores, Maine pack, 2 for 25c. Corn 4 4g 4' 4 4j. 40 4 4 3 4 We wish to call your attention to the variety and beauty of our neckwear, particulate our assortment of Jabots.

They are made of sheerest and daintiest fabrics. NEW WASH FABRICS, We have just received a shipment of the very newest wash fabrics, including French Lawns, French Organdies, Lingerie Batiste. Persian Lawns and Cotton Voile which are much in vogue. SEED POTNTOES. We still have a limited quantity of the Genuine RED RIVER VALLEYS, free from scab at $1.00 per bushel while they last.

Butterfat 29c. Both Phoes No. II. Ottawa Belle, a regular 10c straight corn, but by large qaantity buying we can sell 3 cans for 25c. tj F- F- O.

canned peas, extra sifted, small and'tender every pea just alike IT C3S can 20c. Punch peas 13c, 2 for 25c. Ottawa Belle peas, 10c straight, a cracker jack. In Ajax we have them all guessing how we can sell such a pea for the money. 3 cans for 25c.

Punch and Kavv Chief blood red Sockeye salmon in rich oil for fancy OcUmOfl, trade, 20c. Sunburst and Ottawa Belle, a fancy red salmon at 15c Rainbow, a pink salmon at 10c. At above prices anyone can eat canned goods. BIT The City News Alva Green, formerly of this place, is now working in a nursery at Ottawa. Ira Rankin expects to soon go to Western Kansas, where he has accepted a position to run a grain elevator.

Russell Rankin is' at Garfield and is doing nicely in the drug business. haveheen to market for more new goods and secured some beautiful things in millinery. Call early and secure the pick of the hats. Walter Webster, of Burlington, was the guest of R. C.

Michael and wife Monday evening, and attended the show. Mrs. Grace Overman, of Ottawa, visited friends in Waverly Monday evening and attended the Chimes of Normandy. Perry Irey, Ralph Cotton, and Russell Longwood, vviio are attending school at Manhattan spent Easter with relatives here. Miss Hallie Christie returned home Wednesday evening from Wichita tl Mrs.

M. B. Guber. Stock Notice. The City ordinances provide that live stock running at large shall be impounded, and that parties allowing vvl ere she had been visiting relatives for nearly two weeks.

W. Hutchison, who has entered the real-estate business at Williamsburg, was here Monday looking af Hubert Lyon sports a new buggy. Cal spent Saturday in Ottawa. Luther Mat-cell spent Easter visiting in Chanute. Claud Hutchison is working for Emery Vanness.

The Workmen have their lodge hall about remoedled. J. Senior spent Easter with his family in Lawrence. J. L.

Senior spent Easter visiting his family in Lawrence. Mrs. Hubbard and daughter Jennie went to Ottawa Tuesday. W. L.

Pursley and wif3 were Burlington visitors Sunday. It is reported that little Martin Williamson is sick with the measles. W. L. Pursley made a business trip to Kansas City Tuesday morning, chickens running at large shall be ter business matters.

Flossie Sheeley spent the first of the week visiting with Mrs. Win, Conrad-son west of Waverly. Marion Foster spent from Saturday morning until Monday night visiting in Baldwin and Lawrence. Mrs. Harry Overman of Pueblo, Col.

was here visiting her friend Mrs. Fred Mathis the first of the week. Grace and Glen Holmes, of Pottta-watomie Center, spent Sunday with Vesper and Flossie Sheeley. Claude Hutchison resigned his position as farm hand for G. W.

Michael and John Goudy took his place. E. D. Foster and wife went to Grid-ley Thursday, for a visit with relatives, making the trip in thrir auto. Mrs.

Etta Young, of Ottawa, visited her parents Monday and attended the Chimes of Normandy in the evening. Edna Garrison came down from Agricola Monday evening to attend the concert given by Professor Clark. Carl and Herman Mietchen spent Easter with their sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Patzer south of town.

Here it is the first of April, and the prairies and trees have been green for a week. What will the harvest be? Ollie Lobingier and sister, Mrs. Poland, are here visiting their mother and 'brother, Mrs. J. C.

LobiDger and son, Cal. Joe Alexander and wife, of Ottawa, are hera visiting friends a few days before going to Oklahoma, where they will live. J. C. Horning, the piano tuner from Ottawa, was here Tuesday doing some work.

Willie McNabb was the luckey one in the speaking contest Saturday night. 11. C. Michael was a business visitor in Burlington Tuesday and Wednesday. A.

II. Patterson spent Easter with his son C. M. Patterson and wife at Grid ley. Mrs.

Brown, x)f Ottawa, is visiting her foster daughter, Wrs. W. -Williamson. Ruth Cappat went to Wellsville Wednesday morning for a visit with her folks. Mrs.

Clara McDonald returned to her home in Hugo, Colorado, Wednesday morning. The High School basket ball team went to Baldwin Tuesday morning to play ball there. J. I). Reeder is improving the looks of his yard by making a nice flower bed out in front.

S. L. Sullivant went to Ashland, Kansas, the first of the week and bought some cattle. Mrs. S.

E. Dryden went to Carthage, Mo. Saturday morning for a visit with relatives. J. M.

Walker, of Madison, Kansas, a Deputy for the Modern Woodmen, was here the first of the week looking after the interests of that order. Glee Smith, Emma Olney, Archie Beard and May Foster attended the Easter services at the Catholic churqh in Burlington last Sunday. Miss May Webster arrived from Ottawa Thursday morning and will fined. Complaint has been made of violation of these ordinances and notice is hereby given that they, will be enforced. Jas.

Iuale, 4tl City Marshal. Good 80 Acre Farm For Sale. Half mile from Waverly, well watered, all improved and in cultivation, good house. Priced so it will make the buyer some money. For full particulars call on O.

J. Rose. tf Range Horses At Auction, Shaw Son will sell 30 head of range horses at the Santa Fe stock yards next Saturday. See ad in another column. Part of them are broke, nearly all broka to lead, and all are young horses from 2 to 6 years old.

Every animal as represented. If you need anything in the horse Hn3 be Grace McCall went to Kansas Cilyj Wednesday morning for a visit. spend several days visiting her college friend, Lulu Christie. Amel Steeeman, who is attending the state University at Lawrence, spent Easter hero visiting his sister, Mrs. M.B.Roberts and family.

Wm, Fannon went to Williamsburg on business Wednesday morning. James Waring had the misfortune to get his foot hurt Saturday while doing some draying, and consequently b.9 Is going around on crutches this Will Holden was initiated into the Woodman lolge Wednesday evening. It is reported that Joe Alexander, formerly of this place but now working for the Warner Fence Co. at Ottawa ha3 traded for a farm south of town and will move back to thi3 there at 2 o'clock. tl.

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1889-1922