w t Cbertvalc Evening Clarion. REAL ESTATE, VACANT OR IMPROVED, WILL NEVER, NEVER BE CHEAPER THAN NOW, IN CHERRYVALE! Vol. I. Cherry vale, Kansas, Saturday, January 14 1899. No. 158 W. 8. Hannuni DRUGGIST. Trusses, Braces, Supporters, And general Physicians' Supplies a Specialty. AMERICAN SILVER TRUSS. A "poll ( Retains Severest Hernia with Comfort. I LIGHT, COOL, Easy to Wear. No pressure on Hips or Back. No understraps, Never moves. Everything in the Drug Line Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Glass. Agents for the Sherwin, Williams & Co's. celebrated Paints. None Better. Talk About It. Cherry vale people are not stay- at-homes, as proven by trips of our citizens daily chronicled in the Cla J rion. If every time a citizen visit ed another locality, he would makt it his business to inform, at least one or two persons of the advant ages possessed by Cherry vale, it would not be long before strangers would cease remarking when they left the train at this point: "Oh, is this a gas town?" Too much pub licity cannot be given Cherryaale. Mail & Breeze Fables. fly which had wandered thoughtlessly into a refrigerater, came out badly chilled and stiff. And a politician, who had just been turned down, seeing the fly crawling feebly across the floor; lifted it gently into the warm sunshine as he remarked: "Young fellow, I know how you feel. I have just struck a tolerably chilly atmosphere myself," An improvident bluejay, which had made no provision for winter store, was bewailing his hard fate when a neighbor called his attention to a female cat that was sitting with her eye fixed on a hole in the wall, and said: "That cat may iiaye to stay with that hole lor an hour, or she may have to stay two, but you will observe that she won't quit the job until she has meat." Moral The great secret of success is to stay with your job until you have finished it and gathered in the reward. A Kansas coyote which had fallen ill, seeing a fat rooster passing by called to him, saying: "Come in and chat with me. I am feeling lonesome and desire to cultivate your friendship." But the rooster, who had been in politics some himself, winked his other eye as he passed on with the passing remark. "From the look of that mouth of yours I am satisfied that you would like to have me come in, but I feel more comfortable on the outside. If you desire to converse with me you may call me up by telephone," 1 . 1 t - .1 ana witn a derisive crow tne wise bird passed on. Moral When an individual whose record is bad suddenly makes professions of friendship, it is safe to keep a safe distance. David Jennings, county treasurer of Labette county, as an individual, has sued himself to prevent the collection of a sidewalk tax which the city of Oswego has assessed against him. After filing the suit he went before the court and asked the judge to file an order restraining him from levying on his own property for the collection of the tax. He sets up in his petition that the city laid the sidewalk against his wishes by the votes of pretended members of the Oswego council who were not entitled to vote on the question by reason of fact that they received a commission from the Coffey ville Vitrified brick plant on all the brick put clown in Oswego upon the order of the council. One of the most sensible and statesmanlike bills ever introduced in the state legislature was present ed by Hon. F. M. Benefiel, from this district this week. It provides that all specialists treating chronic diseases, prescribing medicines and remedies for the cure of chronic la a diseases, or practicing surgery, or medicine in any way, must show suitable credentials from a school of medicine and pay $100 a month license to the district clerk for the privilige of practicing his profession in the county. The regular family physicians are the worst imposed upon class of profess ionar men in this civilized country todoy and we hope Benefiei's bill will become a law. And there seems to be no reason so far why it should not or will not. The squabble now going on between the commanding general and the comissary general promises to develop into a French duel. 1 WW-WW m ' r -------- 9' 1 Wm9 W i i A i i W v m i i ; 1 i j i i i i Ifoore Caeb 00 The monev box in the One Price Cash House has been re-loaded, and more keys supplied. Every cash purchase to the amount of One dollar entitles the customer to a key. On the last Saturday of this month the holders of the keys may try them and every key opening the box wins Five Dollars in jil ver G M. SHANTON. 1 r 1 ! J mm swa m m m m m m m ft 'X00XXXXXXXXXXXXC00 U. Buyum, W. E. Sellum. That's our way of doing with J GROCERIES ! Buy them to Sell! ! We save you money by buying right, and selling accordingly for Cash. j You will always find this to be the case at our store. Try us and see. We want your trade, and will endeavor to merit it, by being always found strictly "on the square." J. W. BECKLY'S OLD STAND.
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