The legend of the Jayhawk States that: “Early one autumn morning in 1856, Pat Devilin, a Free-State Irishman, rode into Osawatomie with his saddle bags laden with considerable goods. As he tied his horse in front of one of the stores, one of the men standing nearby said, ‘Pat, it, looks like you have been foraging.’ Pat, as he mounted the steps replied,’Yes, I have been over in Missouri jayhawking.’ When asked what he meant by the expression he said that in the old country they had a bird that worried its prey before devouring it. He added that what he had been doing was jayhawking. This is the only known origin of the word.”rn
2000 cookie jars and 300 buttonhooks are on display.
Truffles, fudge, chocolate covered pretzels and popcorn… the list goes on! This lovely downtown shop features gourmet chocolates made just down the road in Olpe, KS. Perfect spot to buy a special gift for someone you love.
9,000 square feet of unique and unusual gifts, interior decorating ideas, floral arrangements and gormet gift basket ideas. We have jewlery, candles and for Christmas everything you will need for your tree.
A unique shopping experience. Robin’s offers the latest in fashion clothes, jewlery, shoes,and tux rentals. The friendly assistance you receive here keeps you coming back.rnRobin’s offers a variety of styles to choose from.