PAGES 7 TO 12 PART TWO TOL. IX. «. 42o. Whole >o. 6505. TWELVE PAGES. lOLA, KA>'SAS, NOVEMBER 4, 1907.—MONDAY EVEMNCi. TWELVE PA«E.S. PRICE TWO Have the right kind of enterla'n- ment. When you wish to pnss an evening pleasantly at home w'h friends one ot the best irenns of enjoyment is a PhonoKraih. If you do not already onn one ci ihc^f instruments now is the time to l" y arid provide yourself with cnlu- tainment for the cold weather. If you have got a Phonograph, come in and hear the latest records and make your selection. All the lat- eit now in stock. FIVE DIE IN A WRECK lirail on ColliNiou on Arkansas Railroad Also Cansps Many Injurirs. I.itllc Kork. Ark.. Nov. I.—Kivp ppi- bons were killed, and a .score ny more iiijiired in a headon collision Itclween a northtioiind jtassonRpr irain and a i>nti III bound froiglit near rj ';Kiirs Switch <iii ihe lifm .Mountain railroad last iiislit. The idcad are; Cady I'lirkey. a iicKro iio.-slal rifrk. .Mvin I). Uriitnblow. white posta'. Irlork. \ \ iK'sro train]! and two unknown Iioys. 'liie -injured include .\lfrpd I'iprr. sixifon years, of Little Rock, fatally si -.ildcd. Twenty-fivp oihors aip In- .jiiriMl. somo seriously, hut the names an- unknown at prcsont. WHAT W. A. WHITE IS DOIXJ. I'OR S.M.K—Roller top ofHee desk, good con<litlot>. lO'f. .North WashiiiR- lon. Editor of Emporia (lazettr Has Writ- (oD Book. (Kinporia Gazette.) -Many people seem to think that while W. A. White was away for four months he wa-s loafinK. He brought I back the manuscript of a 2<iO.n0O word Ivtory—which v.i;i mnk<^ a boo^i as long as all the other books he has written put together. He was nof writing a |)lay as The Star said. He has nt »ver tried a play; the fact is that a man who doesn't get into the Kmporia opera house except when the Old Fiildlers" hold their contest, or a Rootl minstrel show comos to town, has no Iiusincrs Iryins to write a play. Tho story may be too tong to run as a serial, but if it does run as a w-rial it ca nnot start this y<ar- as all ser- ia's start in the fall, ami unlo.s.s this gops in a weekly, it will have to wait for serial publication until lOO.S, and come out in book form in 1009. TO SELL LOTS THIS WEEK. Nfw Cemeterf Will Be Friday. Platttd l>y TOOK ST(MK TO TEXAS. John V.Roberts Mu5ic House Harry Irrlniiil Is .lust Home From a Trii». lola Bosiness College HlgM or Dmy Sa»»lon Pennianslflp, Arithmetic, Elocution, Bookkeeping. English. Physical Culture, etc.. Shorthand, Letter Writing. Hariv Ireland letunmd yi>sterday from Kurt Worth, Texav. where he w.'iil in the employ of the Stale Agri- rultural College, of Mnnlialtan. Kas.. for Ihi- purpose of taking n lot of reg- i.'iiered luigs and cattio inio that slate. Tlie stock was taken to Texas from this stale for the purpose of introducing a better class of slock into that] -Slate. In the pa .st TPXHS hav; not had a:^ good t)looded stock as Kansas and tlierefore the shipment was made. nirRFSsio\s .\re oft'<n permanently t'rwmed from a single purchase a new customer makes in your store :nid new customers are invariably made during a special sale. We advocate special sales, but only I lie sterling kind that cannot fail to make a good impression. .\ disap- lH )inter| crowd hurls nuiri' in dollars and <-eMi.-'. in the end. than if you had liol advi 'il iseil. Had Impresi ^loMS are hard to livo ih>wii—the returns from good iniiu'cs- sions arc ni'ver all In. Advertise and see to it that the impressions formed .-iliall be good ALWAYS. THE I'Ol .rCK have discovered no clue to parties who entered Iho Edgor- ton & Hillcs hardware store night bo- fore last. Tlie lots in the new lola cit.v cemetery nortli of town will be plactnl on sal!* sometime the last of this week. !• i.-; expected to" have everything in nadiness for the recording of the <|t eils by next Friday. .Mthoiigh tile plat of the new lola city c''m«'t;'ry has n<it been rec <Md «^d. one of the lots has already been sold. U was purchased by Chas. dates who ceveral weeks ago buried his child in the new cemetery. !.0\(; SERVK E VKSTKHDAY. r. B. Chnn-h Received New .Memiieri Into Ciiurch. It took from 11 o'clock until l:.l0 for Die ITnited Hrethern church officials to complete the taking in of Tt'i nienibers into that, church and the baptism of of that numbi'r. The new a'i<lilions to the church ;ire the result of the Hick's evangelistic meetin>:>i. which liave been in pro gress for three weeks. Of the .12 ad ditions to the church. :!.'! were heads of families. The meetings are to <'ontinue the re:it of this week and will close Sunday with the bre:id breakin.';; s<Tvice. Yon can buy Wall P:ipi'r to the best advantage at nurrell's drug store. A noon audience Is thlw afternoon taking in the matinee presented hy "The Sweetest Girl in Dixie" at. the Grand- This company a'so shows here tonight. a Williams Mafble and Granite W6rks Moved to onr new --shoii. 31)1 Sonlli Washington Ave., where ire are lietter prepared than ever to furnish lii;;h grade Muuiimeuts to anyone needing anythin;; on our line. C.C WUUAMS, Proprietor, Telephone fi7«. 31)1 South Washington. Call on LiEFFLEK When needing an3'thiug in tlic Jewelry line. #7. S, Gitn^LAN, Ciencral Contractor. Flagstone and Cement Sldewalki ani Curbing a Specialty. Office 115 East .larksoa AT*. Pbeia Ki. GROCERY HMdqiiartm tar Good Things to Eat. T€le |)hoD6 139 111 South Washington.—HcHe 114. Distilled Water Ono hundred pounds ot"Crys tal Ice will make VZ gallons of distilled water Buitablo for family use; Try it Ida Ice & Cold StorageCo FRANK RIDDLE. Mgr. l.'c'jiMcr Want Ads. fay herau.se in Allen County nearly cvi'rylmdy reads tlic K<'gist <T. PROF. PETERS The Man With Marvelous Power! Hundreds of People Claim to Have Keceived Benefit Through the Touch of His Hand! Prof. F. H. Peters, the German Healer, who has been in this city for a week or two is attracting conpiderable attention with his work and last Saturday gave a public demonstration on the street in front of the Siloam Spring that was witnessed by many people. One man in the crowd made the statement that he had been deaf for years, but that he could hear now and he was given the treatment from the carriage, where Prof. Peters was giving his demonstration. Another man called from the crowd: "You have cured me, the pain in my shoulder has left me." A lady who had been compelled to use an itivalid chair for months was treated by Prof. Peters, and she placed her feet on the ground, a thing she had not done for a long time. ' This man is indeed endowed'with a marvelous touch and seems to be filled with magnetism. His powers are wonderful. There are many here who can testify to the good that he is doing, the following being a few cases picked at random: J. T. Dockery, of Excelsior Springs, says: "I have had the first night's sleep after your treating me, that I have had for some time." Miss Annie Axelson of St. Joseph, Mo,, says: "I havie been greatly benefitted by your treatment, and have been gradaally improving." Mrs. Emma Grigsby, 416 Lafayette Ave., Kansas City, Kansas: "I wish to state that I have been in an invalid chair for five months, and after taking'one treatment from Peters, the German Healer, I walked from one room into another." "I wish to say to the public, that after Prof. Peters laid his hands on me my Piles began to disappear. I was helped wonderfully." M.^. Seaman. Emmet Switzer, of Bxcelsior Spring, says: "I make this statement for the benefit of others that are afflicted, after I saw the German Healer taking a pair of crutches from a young man and he walked off without them, I made up my mind he could cure my mother and took him to her. After he laid his hands on her she closed her hand which she hadn't'done for months; she is gradaally improving." Mrs, Foster Haiss, of Shclton, Iowa, makes the following statement: "Prof. Pclers has been treating me for rheumatism and I have been greatly benefitted, having gained six pounds in ten days. I can truly state that I commenced to improve from the first treatment." Mr. Phillip Garrett, of Polo, Mo. says: "I have had a cancer sore on my lip, I took ex-ray treatments but received no benefit. I called on the German Heller,, he put his finger on the eore, and it disappeared. In one week it healed up and no trace of it was to be seen. Mrs. Rhoda Beckett says: "I have had blood poison in my foot every since last fall. Prof. Peters gave me one treatment, the pain has entirely disappeared and the^toe which caused the pain healing up." Mr. L. C. Manor, of Lindon, Iowa, says: "I called on the German Healer to start the circulation in my wife's limbs. It proved to be successful and she walked at the secoiid treatment, which she hadn't done for months."—^Excelsior Springs Journal. Read the extracts from the Excelsior Springs Joiimal and see what* a few of the himdreds say ahout Prof. Peters* mbracaloqs heaHng powers. Prof. Peters is no dooht the greatest iiealer In the world. Thousands of all classes^-bankers, ndnitters, merchants, monoiactarers, capitaUsts, artisans and laboreis all give testhnoikials as to the great* heobig power of Prof. Peters, the Great German Healer. Offiice at the Residence of Col. W. D. Saphar.
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