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March 25, 1911     Arkansas Catholic
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!: , ay, Maxch 25, 1911 I II THI,J ,nOUIHi :JN (,UAi{I)IAN BARGAII00S When You NEED THEM We beHe in ollerlnfl bar- flalns oweasonalde floods lust wine you need them. We ha placed on sale )or tod &amp; all next week: Dresses, $5.(value, each .... n ' Ladies' WhiEmbroidery $5 95 Dresses, $7dvalue, each . .. i Ladies' andlisses' Gingham, Linen and Lawn S:et Dresses, sam-   pie line, ca( $2.50, $4.50 and.thOU Ladies' andlisses' Silk $895 Dresses, ca( up from ........ Ladies' Co, Suits, the finest make in America, p suit, lfi fl up from ................ nvnuv Ladies' Slts, 1,500 to select from, each, $1.50)2.50, $3.95,  0 $4.95 and ................. J] Voile SkirtS6.95 $13 95 up to ................... u Silk and l|saline Petticoats, $2 65 each, up fra ................ i La(ies' Hats The talk oflm town; we are offering a choice lineff Street and Dress Hats, wortll up t$12.50, at your  0 own 'hoic each ............ lOO Willov Phles at half price, $12 95 each ,.9559.95 and ....... n Bg Bgains in Dress Goods, No- tions Nolty Goods, Men's and Boys' Cloting, &oes and Furnishings. i DRY GOOD.5 CO. 01-603-05-607-609 C,E/ITER, ,3T. _ iiiii i ii ii L II I I b I II I II Confid 00nce Patronize Southern Guardian Adver- tisers. J..7. Healey C.A. Roth Only .Chapel and Private Reception Rooms in the City We desire to call especial attenlioa to the advertisement of the Newton Ad- dition, Pulaski Heights, on page 6 of this issue. The manner of disposing el! the lots in this beautiful new addition to the city is certainly novel. Don't fail to read every word of it. When you buy mcdime, you must have eonthlenee in y oun]rnggist. "Trade where you w:h, lint here is PEBLES "Mrs. Nagget," said the doctor, "year husband needs a rest. lie must go to llastings for three months." Oh, splendid, she exclaimed. II be delighted to go thore." "Very good. You can go for three moJths after he comes 1)ack. That will give him six months' rest."--Tit-Bits. PATI{ON l Z E OUR ADVERTISERS p,=o Healey & Roth Private Grey Ambulance, Day or Night Lady Assistant ] 719 Main St. :Little Rock, Ark. Line to -- Ill IX&L "93" HAIR TONIC " h" A,a m the head is worth two in the brush" 50c and $1.00 RXALL ORDERLIES I'hc Ideal Laxative 1Oc, 25c, and 50c 'HE FAMOUS TIZ For s,)'. tender and sweaty feet 25c Box BIq'S GERM DESTROYER For all ulot'n sldn diseases, barber's itch, faec 1)umps, etc. 25c and 50c SNODRASS' KIDNEY REMEDY For blad& and kidneys. It is reliable 50c and $1.00 REALL CORN SOLVENT 'he greate corn remedy of them all. this i no equal. Only 15C II Health REXALL TOILET SOAP For tender, delicate skin;be good to yourself and use nothing else 3 for 25c REXALL MUCU TONE A guaranteed remedy for catarrh 50c and $1.00 Sold Under Our Libera.1 Guarantee. Will Refund Money if Not Satisfied About the Famous Mineral Wells (Texas) Waters--We have secured the wholesale agency for Little Rock and have just gotten in a carload of each the Gibson and Crazy. Write us for prices and further information. Mil Orders solicited and filled promptly Enclose stamps for small orders. :: :: :: & BRACY DRUG CO. OPE'N ALL NIGHT '.... LIST OF STOCKHOLDERS II" THE CATHOLIC PUBLICATIOI SOCIETY. CLERGY SUBSCRIBERS. Hr. Jev. lilSIiO l) .L ]$. ll[ol'rls ,L. D., l,ittle l{oek; R t. ]{ev. Mgr. 3. M. lm- coy, V. G., Pine ]]lutl'; Very ]{ev. P. F. Iloran, ]). I)., V. F., ],'ort Smith; llev. Maurus lohner, O. S. B., Little Rock; l{ev. P. li. Boyle, Texarkana; Rev..los. l,h'otzhelm, Pocahontas; Rev. B. ]t. l.'uersl, l)'wgouhl; Rev. M. MeGill, IIet St)rings ; Rev. l?. Strol,le, .Jon.esl)oro; l{ev..I. E. Well)el, l[ot Springs; Roy. Andrew ]learinger, Brinkliy; Roy. J. A. MeQuaid, Stuttgart ; Rev. James M. Haves, Wexarkana. LAY SUBSCRIBERS. Argents--St. Patrick's--Mr. M. Rap. illar<!, Mi.s Nellie (Junningham, Mrs. 5. Reilly, Mrs..Ice ]'aulette, Mrs. G. Pratt, iiss Bridget Doyle, Mrs. E. '  " ' s 1). Jones, Mr. l, ranem Sever. on. St. Mary's--J J. KoseieIlnv, M. P. .. ...... o Wilkensv. "" Brinkiey--Garland Black, J..I. Far- roll, Jno. C. Bh>ssing, .Fames Du)m. Camden--T..l. G anghan, N. l [on dr ieks, Dan O'Cmnor, J. R. Conole, J. H. Ccan, W. E. Fahev, 'D. Loda, ,I. L. Ilendrieks. ConwayW. J. Grummer, Caspar 1)unn, Messrs. Haltes Bros.. J anes Leinhart, Antoine Duusex, .I.J. Itie- gel, C. Dussex, Thee Thessing. Charleston--Jos. Yunker, Matt Wil- liams. Coal HIII--R. A Schmidt. Eureka SpringsL---Mh.s.N. 1". Clayton, Miss Kate lTowe, W. 1{. l)nff, .Yohn l)o- lan. :Fort Smith--Immaculate Conception --Albert ]eis, Mrs. A. IT. Raymond, Jan,es Brizolara, Messrs. Kcnney Bros., F. A. Handlin, Jno. Frock, J. A. Burke, Louis Bordello, James Sinclair, Thad Reynolds, Messrs. A. & ,7. Greer, Pat O'Shca, T. W. Edmondson, ,/:E. Mc- Shane, W. J. Murphy, Win. 'Prender- gast, .F. M. Reilly Frank J. Breen, Messrs. Narisi Bros., A. N. Sieard," John Kerwin, J. It. Krone, Win. J. Kelly, Samuel McLoud, John It. Vaughan, W. IL Euper. Fort Smith--St. Boniface Partsh-- .Tos. Linflmrg, .Tos. Stelsberg, ,Tos. K. t e isberg. Little Rock--St, Andrew's Cathedral --Thos. Lafferty, .Tno. IL Tuohoy, Mar- tin Lally, Thos. Lonergan, Messrs. ](ea- ley & Roll,, D. A. ]tcgarty, II. K. I[c- garty, Peter Moore, F. i. McCarthy, .Ass C. Graeie. Mrs. Klino, W. J. Jar- rett, .Ias. T. ][ornibrook, Thos. Doyle, W. E. tIannegan, Mrs. Florence Done- hue, E. M. O'l)owd, Fr'mk Ginocehio, Jas. Hostory. Church of Good C ouncil--J. E. Mc- Evoy, W. ]L RogosM, Win. lteibaeh, Mrs. Illing, Mrs. Reid, W. L. Vick. St. Edward's--Jno. Kirspel, Joe Ger- ard, .]oh n Snyder, George Hart, Willrie Bauer, IIenry Lansing, George Gilmore, John I(leuser, It. J. Lensing, C. Berg, J. Vincent ]?alisi. M. D. Paris--G. Zoller, P. A. II'hn. Ebcr- hard Snyder, John Me(llynn, Joe F. Gerard, John Zeiler. Pine Bluff--A. C. Briner, Mrs. Jose- phine Seligman, J. If. Dollm'tn, Mike Holland, Mrs. Mnry Derrisseaux, Mrs. Mary Portis, John Kirehgraber, John Villis Clary, Thos. ]{yan, Mrs. J. B. White. Pocahonta--M. M. Carbcr, Henry Meier, ]L A. Peters, Fred Spinnenweh- or, Messrs. W. II. & K. E. Skinner, Page Throe SPRING 1911 ,, ii A mag,,i/ic,'at shou'iug of the u,'w's "l/i/; 1 /.,..,o.,,.,. :.1.. ,,.p,:,.;a.: ,,'i,', for East,.-. I. ]'i. =i : ,j::: ",:; l:k . . : IE i], l:--li " 222G:Z':G:2;:::=' I !! re " " " o aerial to be seen in the new gowns. Fashion's chief  i ti ! motive seems to be the demonstration of how ..  :L many and unusual combinations of material can :100ilt be constructed into a harmonious whole.  i p,. T I,'o.ulard Silk,, Drcsses--A great line of Fimlard Silk D,'vsscs :o monte and m,isscs; two-to'n' and bord,rcd e/J'ecls; man!l mo&ls wt $14.75 to $49.50. " ' ' $14.75--Spec2al--$14.75--Foulaxd Silk Dresses and pret- ty Stripe Taffeta and solid color Taffeta Combination Dresses o3a special display now at $14.75. They come in a variety of models, high neck, Dutch neck and sailor collar effects, in all the leading colors. Choice, $14.75. . .... ) ' I ongee Coats--Qa*tc a,n. at'ray of 1 o.ngec and Shadu, ng Coats o; special display; dressq models, and Coats especiallq appropriate fo motoring; sailor collar effects, Empire styles and high butto wdels come in. atura.l color and black, a:ul the pq'ices are $12.75 to $49.5( THE NEW WAISTS--Pretty stripe Messaline, Natural Shantung, stripe Habitut and Chiffon and Marquisette Waists, in Dutch neck, square neck and sailor collar effects; all colors, all sizes, $3.95 to $7.50. Jlarqwi.'ette and Voile Dre,scs--On exhibitio now a wont hrf arraq of lhc very hdest conceits in i)lch Neck M<Mzls, Empire stqlc,, hand-embroidered effects; ma,nq models trimmed with black satin volvo ribbons, etc. The ,new Bulgarian and (Irecian trimmings are prom, atmtlq used; womea.'s and misses' sizes, at $14.75 to $75 00 THE NEW SKIRTS--Nearly 1,000 New Skirts on dis- play, arranged for your special inspection on our tbdrd floor. SOLID COLOR CAMBRIC HOUSE DRESSES--Made Dutch neck style, at $1.98. Morrilton--Wm. R. l)rilling, Miss Mary Kline, Mrs. J'os. Thines, lIenry B. Drilling, Jos. B.eidnfiller, ]?rank Snyder, Peter Miller, Jno. W. l(ordsmeier. New Gascony--Jno. M. Cracie. Van Buron--John Kohne, John O 'Kllne. Wynne--E. J. Badinelli. BERNARD HEINZE CONFECTIONER DET,TCIOUS PASTRIES Bread, Cakes, Rolls, Creams, lilt.<'. Both ])hones (;58 Henry Gsehwen(I, Jas. Jansen, Jos. ])e- PATRONIZE OUR ADVlilITISERS Send us in a bunch of subcriptions Clerk, F..l. Baltz, Jos. I'eters, F. M. and mention the Southern Guardian. at once--including your own. Gel)hart, Win. It. DeClerk, Pat Martin.  "--=  : George ]?romberger. ! I I1 n l/ Paragould--,Tno. M. Alvez, ,T. B. De-[ 1,ons, Nick Standt, J. B. Kerchoff, F.] Good Harness S. Wrape, R. 1,'. Wrape. Your Horse Heeds Subiaco--Conrad Elsken, L. C. Speil-j er, J, (L Eekert. I Stuttgart---& J. Weidonl A. F. Selig, l .l.P. Selig, N. B. Colard, .T.D. ][,ehert. Albert StrMmla, L. G. Lentz, J. A So- lig. Texarkana,--P. J. Ahern, R. J. O'Dwyer, W. R. Lanfl,eth, Jno. P. Kline, Dan Ilarrington, Pa, t Cawh'y, J. 1". tIunter, J. C. Culvcr. Fayettevllle--Mrs. Emil Creekmore, A. C. Ucker. FordyceMr. Mooriscy. Hot Springs-St, Mary of the springs --Jos. Sherlock, W. IlL Martin, It. Daugherty, F. S. Leanord, G. A. I[ebort M. ])., E. R. MeLaugMin, Win. V. Laws, Chris ,T. Ledwidge, F. Itomer. Hot Springs--St. John the Evangelist --T. 5. O'Neil, 5. McCaul.ey, Wm. Fu- gel. tIelena---Jos. Trucmper, Mcssrs. W. N. and N. Strauh, L. Patrick Keeshan, Leon Soften, B. J. Cunningham, J. K. Nmour, August Cottem, IIenry Ber- naner, Jno. I,'. O'Connor. MenalVL Martiny, Jos. Robert, W. IL Garrigan. Just like you need good clothos. Troat lflm right and he will do you good service. This is the phtoe above all best pre- pared to supply this need. Enterprise Harness Company 217 Louisiana Street, - Little Rock, Ark. I TH E: Union Trus 4% :Co. Invites the Accounts of Individuals, Corporations, Secieties and Other Organizations INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS UNION TRUST IZ:O. 201 W. Second St. t