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July 31, 1920     Arkansas Catholic
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PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1920. i - is most beautiful. The Lono]00e and Carlisie [v00cahonlas and and wren F'l''l"lDl''"'''''''''i the' Randolph Co of necessity has to have . from the big railroad cent i  Lonokecountyisnotonlyimportant of the people, as well as supp'.Y " shippingand supplyhoun Wa for its rice fields, but is headquarter. large phmtations and rice farms with i for dairying interests and stock rais- everything they need, from light and Continued from Page 37) or less depend upon itl There are Larger Banks But ing, as well as diversified farming, heavy machinery to tile smallest and communion railing are among the business standpoint. Th The county seat is located at Lon- needs, newer improvements to the church, banks, stores and supply None Safer $ eke, a iively town that has become The town is modern in its public Father Froitzheim is very perseveringim, of the most substantial important in the last few years be- mq)rovements and its educational fa- and industrious. He keeps busy The Randolph CountyLeougetRd is the c ,,,'; :ty, and is vl"a'rymens D K"an' .1 cause of Eberts Field, where the gay-cilities, and the school buildings are proving the grounds and adding corn- strong and reliable _.ninSf.--i  i themcateaCOunt $ ernment has established a station fm second to none in the state for a town forts and improvements to his school furnishes ample banki g r is ' ' ' aviation, and during the period of war of its size. It is peopled by a law- buildings as well as the church. He its large patronage..Tne.? Iron Mount  kept the town lively with an influx of!abiding and charitab'.e class of eiti- was instro, mental in having a fine State Bank is anotner tilr0ads ii: Counti se_J z,,a,nu 1ridge Carlisle, Ark. people, some of whom were visitors, zens, progressive and energetic, and concrete walk laid from the center worthy institution that 2sBW a, .... while others were called here for duty the public improvement question is of of the town to the church entrance, none in the state.for ;1:' the .....  Lonoke is a solid, permanent and one accor(l when it comes to the bet-" He is very approachable and keeps in banks-are go-ahead ins" " popumm substantial business city, with pro :erment of the town. linch with all movements in the com- their policy is to give tleia- - / . l,nuIacturi munity and is a friend to every one, Pocahontas aml Randolllta ng gressive and up-to-date merchants Besides numerous large stores, a "," m these citi The town is on the Chicago, Rock urge rice mill is located here, a cot-i enjoying good fellowship with all thorough banking service:,aw " . mY ' mills, cot ,lblbl&t..i..I,@ Ishmd & Pacific railway, and unlike ton gin. The Independent, a weekly i classes. "His congregation is growing build up the commumtY'lls aml brick ............................ :. most towns, the station is surrounded newspaper, aml two machine shops, a i and the societies connected with the farmer comes to sell his eet can syste ...................... by the best of its business houses, saw mill and many vocational estab-lchurch are active, bank his money. He g e.,f niles long c Everything about the p:ace has a service that the big citiand Hoxie lishments. The town does a very This is jubilee year for St. Paul's  metrcpolitan air, and the methods, the large business among plantation men I church and a brief synopsis of the any courtesy extended l[ereantile ,I) : d :;;'  . " two . : . . :,::;, trade -md influence of her merchants and farmers for miles around, and[ records of the last fifty years woukt lines of safe banking d in the lines :! are felt over a wide range of terri- some of the finest plantations in the Ibe interesting to our readers They Commercially, Pocahont, atores and ba tory. Substantial store buildings south are located near Carlisle. l show as follows: to much lat*lr towns ga and other pu :':   with unusually neat, large and attrac- The dairying and stock raising in- Nine hundred and eleven baptisms tas Hardware Company ss and the  tively displayed stocks of goods, under :crests are no small part of the busi- administered to infants and adults, thing in hardware and. .:, are not any n the capable management of intelligent ness done in Carlisle, and the volume Four hundred and twenty-one bur- needed in the city or on th t in Arkansas.  - and wide-awake men are the order of of this line is steadily on the increase, led in the Catholic cemetery. D.J. Landers Lumber C0! lands ef thi '  the day. St. Rose's Catholic Church has been One hundred and ninety-eight management of J. t  The pub:c works, school system and the home of the Catholic people o couples were married, carries a fine supply of :d he growth thousands 4  Four hundred and ninety-five solemn terial, lumber, etc., and$d e With valut Holy Communions. extends far out into theeh when a m : Five hundred and fifty-two confirm- Pocahontas Milling Co.,lan(1 for wlu ed on eleven occasions, viz: Six times the grain and feed for il but that ca well .1), there is avai by Rt. Re.,. Edward Fitzgerahl; twice amt 'ffonae trade asF. j.l, many ac,'es by Rt. Rev. Thomas Heslin of Natchez flour and feed, and [ VAN BUREN AND CRAWFORD and three times by Rt. Rev. John B. interested in grain buyig/ired and cultiv Morris. the handling of stock a ahove the a r .................................. .:. the ti St. Paul's Parish today, not includ- A. J. Lewis Fm'niture , tuber. i. 4l'b'I",'Dl'@: ing missions, has over 80 families fine stock of everything fr: ab'eady c the reliable  1 tlerate cos H. Gilbm, Pres. H. D. Swayze, Vice Pres. H. Morsman, Sec.-Treas. __ with about 450' souls, which would run and are also aell  ands in oth to over 600 including the missions, l of the town, while ';Jl[t0 , Phone 133 Phone 1.,3   Father Froitzheim is an ardent wm'l- heard of Abe Alpel'i.'.l!-; sections i Store, where style and principl er for the faith and takes great pleas- " .- "*'$ ure in referring to the past history first consideration and e.,ie farme,' lll"ar"s'e L o'um'er L p yom-an- of St. Paul's l)arish. In looking for-dry goods and readY'.;r :ln' along JosePl- s of the sta wm'd to the next half century te says, ments may be had. Eatrated tha "May St. Paul's congregation in the offers everything good .lql'anythmg i i i. Incorporated next fifty years make progress as in cafe and sells groceries I  ua ntl  s i the fty just elapsed. May the grow- for the table.  " , ing up and future generations walk in This year we have a IL " ............... Yards at Carlisle, Ark Address All Communications the foetsteps of their sturdy parents in Pocahontas. The Burke,: i,. Cotton Plant, Ark. To the General Office and C'cd's blensings will rest upon is a real dg stre 0bE L t us." counts. Wall's Store d :: ready-to-wear d ii: The Guardian extends its congratu- anothereral 4 -- ' ii:. GENERAL OFFICE lations to St. Paul's parish and wishes enterp risinn __ [; for them a bountiful portion in the offers big values, p4roqUI : ,s. CARLISLE, ARK.&NSAS _ - Grace of God. __ The merchants of ad:)!::r  of a i: @ol.44.Ml.I.l. live wires for the ' ST. ROSE CATHOLIC CHURCH, CARLISLE, ARK. ITS BEAUTIFUL LOCATION their home town and ra ;i::. ...... " ....... ' " re f ii or[ ...................................... ii wish to attend services either go tel Glinski, who residesReV'atFathers:ovaktownLUis state the about Pocahontas hontas is a . -'"lg 0pla Ma churches of Lonoke are modern if[Carlisle and vicinity for a number of  , establistens, wh: ,  S [  .. .... -, , ......... .. .......... ........... -",------- every respect. The Catholics of the years. It is a neat little edifice, pre- Located in a rolhng secbon of the iservice is given thei P! 8 ('va,.h /... : . ' :.:! , " ::' " town lmvc no church, and those who.sided over by the scenery good  :! , ':: :' ' :" w, ' ..i'. :. . 2'ii!" !.. I Little Rock or to Carlisle, where tile [rhe moral influence of tiffs church is .l.-D/,-.-b,-,l4::  too La I I ,  , "-"7,;, : ,: L%% ,, . l] nearest church is located The roads felt throughout the entire section, and l "" :1 , of the county for the most part are] many devout Catholics remde here]7 '? ,-. '. . , , ', ' : 'ts '  " Catholic Church. ]l' . '/1"- -Jr}diSc [I 1111 ' = ' :;' '; :":" " :* ,4 1 good and are beingimproxed continu- and are regular attendants at St,', ' ..... Me rich agricultural sect on A large rice eA I :I:  tor ,i .... .........: '-'- " : ..... ........ ...... "- .......... :::i'.-[ mill is loeated here and a good marke t BEAUTIFII, , S " [I ....  ' ': I I farms located for miles around the / St. Sophms church at Cons tant,-/  *J dr" "tl[l 1 , me f tlle land m Lonoke nople s one of the mos emuKame ' '.:i' o-unt,, is ver,, fertile and mar, nificent/buildings in the worhl. In architec. 15 ";; '' crops'are a ;carly o'ccurrenc. Itural featureste s'ufc;t:'e t;;2as loOn7e[ Lonoke Ark. , r Prame foot dome calil (I o p , # ,,: Carlisle, Queen of G and " " ...... : ;!! 1 ocated on a level tract of land at each corner, and composed of lign / . .? .... e a sli ,ht rollinuilP umice stone, with the apex 175 feetl : .'' with heat and thin . g  , . ,-.- - I Arkansas, State Rme i bit of country, just enough to lend above the f,oo,.  il picturesque to the landscape, is Carl "So extraordinm'y is tim appearance l : ::,i  i .1/-- , [ ligle, a lively and prosperous townlof tile church that the awo-stauchen [ :! | Mlllmg Cot i NumerusrunningstreamsmaketlaqSultanMlmmmedisreprtedashav-['P ,!,i country unsurpassed for pasturing ink stopped at tlm door when th / : Carlisle, Ark. purposes, and the location iSdairyingCOnsid- buihlinglems WaSseeingtaken oVersohlierbYhewingthe Mos ] 'I/' @'/'_ stock and finest dairy farms in the / 'ye ha,'e the whole city to pillage an:t, $ . ' I if " U I 4* state are to be found here and this[enslave; leave ye me the bu;ldings! [ ----I= I | .NIII_V ].: :'::::::' Pianos ' Talking Machines i hne .... of enterprise s being pushed that i The Mohammedans have never de }  [ , ,v ,,-- , j :!!?': in time Carlisle will be to the south-/shoyed the treasures of art they t  " ' " !) west what the cattle and dairying!foundupon taking Constantinople, but/:  [[111 I districts of Wisconsin are to the north- [hav e covered them up. They have pre-[  mini Illllll[ll I ,,.v  ::i .  ern states. [served whole cisterns or cellars full[  Ill ll I i! " [ Griffin &Son ! Carlisle Is a grand tOwn f abut ] f priceless manuscripts f Greek and]  I1 -----'-li ] --" '  :2) ...... "I. "' 1,500 inhabitants, and ,s located o, I Byzant,ne hterature, and wut,ngs be-] Ilallll I. " I1 the Chicago Rock Island & Pacificllonging to the early part o the Gos-[: IllINNI]llilll:ll I Grafono]as and ,,: [ We carry at all times a Complete Line of Home  l:lW:cYl abutt:;: /I Ill[li [ Kodak00 and Pho o ' Furnishings, and Undertaking Goods. " 1 R s" It in !jinne:be::t h: "-'-----.------- -- }:: progres, a . g . , !:;. tl @ 44, !i better things in' ciwc and cmmercmi I] l:arf.i!s :i2i;{i iiditlhrai [[ !!i !::/- ---=-- !:+ii"i;;!':lti' }li --ll life. As a result there is organized/ .. , -- . . I$ | llb"v.'N/-'" I ,. I .;i' - - f Commerce and other / Dvme Reaeemer, make me o| II. 1111 II I :llh " I a namer o , " "ant fac [understand hat afflictions here be-/ " . |[I . / ---" ': i civic cmos, wnicn are mpor "| " " "i " ' " ! -" ) III  ' b tors )':i;; t'Th: ;?si:Pb:'l;lni:ge:sth:f tlisle o /;:!: " , I Lonoke, ,he are of the most substantial order, tea's, . " 4" 4 La ....  ...... 'th ver" large stcks | t immrality'--St" Gregry" @'I''I"@'''@@'-{"''I'@'@@ ,of every description cater to the wants | 1--'----- : : _ _l - .......  =': ................................... " ..............  []  1' V'['|'l '' 80N Statement of the $L:' " Pl ; JN0.1). MAI{r[IN' L.B. KRSHKA .... --- , 'i or 1 ,i, ' i Since ic li /[ .General MerChandise JulYZ4": : '   Deposits July, 191o I[ !, ? =! // Cotton Buye.s Deposits July 24, )!: DRUGS Tires & Auto Accessories Deposits July ' Deposits June 23, 19 :, Drug Sundries, Soda and "  Total ResourCe : , Paints --- }' // !" --- " " ! II Carlisle, Ark. , J" " :! VA Phone 79 - Phone 7 Carlisle, Ark. . KERENS MEMORrAL CATHOLIC CHURCH [[ Eureka Springs, Ark. [] |