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UR NEW SPRING GOODS have began to arrive and already many beautiful things are awaiting the in
spection of the early shopper. You will be agreeably surprised at the many beautiful patterns in our
large assortment of Navarre Zephyrs at 25c per yard. They are especially desirable for ladies or
misses waists, shirt waist suits, childrens dresses, etc.
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Looks like linen, launders like linen,, wears better than linen, and at about one' third the cost. So great
was the demand for Linweave last spring and summer, that we have more than doubled our stock. Every one
of. these patterns this spring is absolutely new, and being registered, the purchaser is insured against imitations
in inferior goods. For Liberal, we are exclusive selling agents for Linweave, also for GREENFIELD NAIN
SOOK, ranging in price from 10 cents to 35 cents per yard.
Come in and see our line of ladies and misses wash dresses.
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Monthly Report Of Riverside
The tenth of February ended the
fifth month of our school. The
weather being pleasant we have
had better attendance this month
than before. Those neither absent
nor tardy are, Ruth, Hice and Rob
ert Davis, Leola, Lizzie, Ambrosia
and Eflie White. Those tardy
but not absent; Irwin White.
We had examination this week and
made fairly good grades. There
were more one hundreds this mon
th than before. The following is
a composition about Wheat writ
ten by a -Uh grade pupil age eight.
In the fall the ground is plowed
and harrowed and -then the wheat
is drilled. It sprouts and comes
up and is pastured some during the
winter and in the spring it begins
to grow tall. It is ripe enough to
cut in June or July. It is cut
with a binder and shocked up or
cut with a header and stacked.
Then it it threshed and hauled to
the mill where it is ground into
flour and sold to the merchants
and we buy it by the sack from
them. We use Hour to make pie,
bread, cake and other things to eat.
Efkie White, author.
. 'We would be glad if all the pa
.trons of the district could visit our
school before the close of the term,
we ask you to come any time that
is convenient. -
Amy Bowles, teacher.
(S miles south and 3 miles west of I.ilieral.)
We are all rejoicing over a nice
rain we had this week and hope we
had enough to bring the wheat up.
Chas. Newman and family who
have been visiting in Colorado all
winter returned home last week.
Mrs. Daisy and little Ethel
Young have the measles and sev
eral more in the neighborhood
have been exposed.
Rev. Sturgeon preached at Eu
reka Sunday morning and night.
Mr. Al King and family who
have been visiting his mother in
Texas returned Sunday.
Mrs. C. II. and 0. E. More
house called on Mrs. S. A. Capp's
Mr. and Mrs. V. Capps spent
Sunday with his cSother Mrs. S.
V. Capps bought a horse at the
sale near Nabisco last week.
We told you it would rain.
Mesdames J. N. Hanner and Hi
G. Clark called at R N. Hess's
last Thursday to see that ten pound
boy that was born the sixth.
H. G. Clark went to Lideral
Thursday to do some repair work
on his residence.
Mr. and Mrs. Wright, Mr. and
Mrs. Fairis and Mrs. Francis Bru
baker spent last Tuesday with J.
Mr. P. Williams who lives on
the Wisherd place is building an
addition to his house.
Chas. Schultz assisted by J. W.
Smith is putting down a well on
Morril & Chaffin are putting
down a well for Jack Burnett over
In the edge of Seward county.
Grandma Ilolloway, who has
been quite sick with heart trouble
is better at this time.
Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman have
moved into the Anderson house
just west of Ematon.
W. O, and O.K. Nelson went to
J. N. Hanner and family and
grandma Ilolloway took dinner
last Sunday with Chris Turner's.
W. 0. Nelson and George Sess
les and their families spentSunday
with H. G. Clark's.
The W. C. T. U. met with Mrs.
Nelson last Thursday. They will
meet again in two weeks with Mrs.
J. N. Hanner.
The people south of Ematon on
the Hugoton-Liberal mail route
are haying the sand road from Lon
DeCamp's to Art Wonder's,
The rabbit hunt last Thursday
was a success in one way, the boys
gathered in 282 rabbits. But the
program was changed in that the
supper was Thursday right instead
of Friday as first planned and all
helping pay for the oysters. But
we hope the the next hunt will be
carried on more satisfactory.
The more rabbits killed this time
of the year the better, as they are
very destructive to trees and ctods.
My home property, a nine room
house strictly modern, furnace
heat, barn 24 by 32. Will sell
six lots with property, or the 27
lots in same block which I own.
Call or address Iv B. Jordan,
2-10-2mo. Liberal Kansas.
And it rained.
Sunday was a very windy and
Miss Vivia Jones and Mrs,
Brewer were in Liberal Wednes
Harve Norris has bought and
moved to town several houses
which he will rent. - ....
Mr. and Mrs. Bush were in Lib
eral several days last week.
There will be a big dance at' the
hall Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Frame, Mr. and
Mrs. Taylor and Bane Smith and
wife spent Thursday at the home
of N. A. Smith.
Mr. Stout has his gasoline en
gine started and is busy grinding
Ward Stout attended the basket
ball game at the Zink schoolhouse
George Ilarrel was a business
visitor in town to day.
The many friends of Mr. Botts
and family are pleased to hear
that they will soon move back to
Mr. Sloan and VVlllwr were r.lhpril
Herbert Brown and wife spent Sun
day with Earl Davis and wife of Eth-elton.
Archie and M D UlaAnv uini it
the county seat Saturday.
Rev. Murphy of Plains took dinner
with Mr. and Mrs. Levi Davis Mon
Mrs. C. N. Watson and children of
Liberal are visiting at John Jerman's.
Rev. MurnllV snent. Saturriuv with
Mr. and Mrs. Ai. H. Cooper.
John Schallert spent Sunday after
noon with JohnJernian and family.
A number from this vicinity at
tended the revival meetings at Mos
Mrs. Sloan and Hrarn Klnan vlultorl
Mrs. 11. G. Downing Sunday.
The flrillltrht iif Kra
months was broken Monday by a)
Nona .firman rattirnorl Imma tmm
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La Grippe Coughs
Strain and weaken the svstem
and if not checked mav develoD
into pneumonia. No danger of
this when Foley's Honey and Tar
is taken promptly. It is a reliable
family medicene for all courhs and
colds, and acts quickly and eeffec
tively in cases of croup. Refuse
substitutes. Sold by all Druggists.
Miss Clara Childears was iiome from
her school near Springfield Saturday
Miss Vivia Jones of Arkalon at
tended services here Sunday.
M. L. Homey and family visited at
the home of Mrs. Horney's brother,
James McAlister, the last of the
week. Mr. McAlister is not so well
Sam Dodd returned home Satur
day from a short visit with relatives
in the eastern part of the state.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Calvert spent
Sunday at Will Hardings.
The tine rain which fell Monday
will be a great help to the wheat.
Miss Zoe Atchison, the W. C. T. U.
worker, gave a recital at the school
house Monday night and a lecture
Tuesday night. The attendance was
small owing to the unfavorable
weather. Miss Atchison Is certainly
a tine speaker.
Lon Gaskill spent Sunday in Lib
eral. W. S. Hlggins transacted business
in Liberal Thursday.
Geo. Browning and wife were trad
ing in Hayne the last of the week.
Mr. Lutes' house almost completed.
We welcome him and his family to
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Across the street from the High
School Building. One Lister and
Lister Cultivator, also one Harrow.
all of them good as new.
Two Hay Racks. One second
hand, high wheel Wagon.
One 1 horse 5 shovel Cultivator.
One 248 Egg Incubator, good as
One set of dining room chairs
and other household, goods too
numerous to mention.
3 coming 3 year old mules.
1 small pony.
J. E. Griffith
Furnished rooms, on Sherman
Ave. Mrs. Buckland. 2 10-2t.
ROYAL GARDEN TEAS
CENTRAL GROCERY CO.
Paul W. Light & Go,
PAUL W. LIGHT & CO,