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August 5, 1911     Arkansas Catholic
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i: (  +k Railroad Lands The Land Department of the ST. LOUIS IRON MOUNTAIN and SOUTHERN LITTLE ROCK and FORT SMITH RAILWAY Announces the following list of Field and Locating Land Agents, to whom the public is invited to write for tnfornm- tion relative to Rfllroad Lands, of which about EIGHT HUNDB3RD AND FIFTY THOUSA_WD ACRES axe now offered for sale at very low prices and ou easy terms: RICHARD JACKSON .................. Paragould, Greene Co., Ark. S. C. DOWELL .................... Walnut Ridge, Lwrenco Co., Ark. F. M. IIAM .......................... Batesatille, Independence Co., Ark. WALTER O. CALDWELL .................. Searey, White Co., Ark. H. N. BEAM .............................................. Beebo, White Co., Ark. J. H. BRAWLEY .................................... Cnbot, Lonoko Co., Ark. A. M. CROW .................................... Arkadelphia, Clark Ca., Ark. H. B. MeKENZIE ............................ Prescott, Nevada Co., Ark. STEVE CARR:IGAN ...................... Hope, Hempstead Co., Ark. W. H. DUNCAN ............................ Conway, Faulkner Co., Ark. CALVIN SELLERS ...................... Morrilton, Conway Co., Ark. R. B. WILSON .................................. Russellville, Pope Co., Ark. V. M. THRELKELD .................... Clarksv'ille, Johnson Co., Ark. CONRAD ELSKEN. ................................... Paris, Logan Co., Ark. W. R. BURN" .............................. Van Buren, Crawford Co., Ark. Each of the above gentlemen is thoroughly posted upon the quality and aptabflity of the softs in his territory, and will gladly answer all inquiries and give all possible informa- tion relative to the lands owned by the Railroad! Oompanies. Per general information and Pree Pamphlets, Maps and Plats, write to c. A. A. I)F, AN E LAND OOMMI88IONEB LITTLE ROCK, - - ARKANSAS `tllii i - St. Louis - = University = - 291 N. Grand = Avenue MEDICINE-- The ONLY School for a Catholic Student. LAW Two Schools--day and night--take your choice. DENTISTRY Best clinical opportunities in the WORLD, AR": AND SCIENCES. The finest intellectual training; real education. COMMERCE AND FINANCE Degrees in Accountancy. DIVINITY, PHILOSOPHY, HIGHER SCIENCES: ACADEMIC & COMMERCIAL DEPTS. Write for free Catalogue to REV. PRES. J. P. FRIEDEN, S. J. - ST. LOUIS, MO. l J. J. Healey C.A. Roth Only Chapel and Private Reception Rooms in the City He my & R0th FUNERAL DIRECTORS Private Grey Ambulance, Day or Night Lady Assistant 719 Main St. Little Rock, Ark. Southern Guardian Ads Bring Res ults INVESTIGATE ,it i I,,DUIS KOERS Carriages Studebaker andTennessee Buggies Wagons Oliver Chilled Plows Harnes Whips and Robes 921 E. Markham St. LITTLE ROCK :2Ulllliu m 1 I 1 m 1 1 _= m llllU I !LENSING'S 00O,Main i 4illinery and Novelties i 1 Lace Collars, Jabots, Beads, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, White Shapes and Flowers. Call and see us. Prices moderate. --- 01d Phone 2658 7th and Main Sts. --= il`, ENGLISH NON-CATHOLIC MISSIONS (Continued from page 2) in Suffoll--he, too, would have had to act as they had done. He did not blame they. If they had shared his faith, believing what he did, he would have had no mission iu Haverhill. It was because he knew he had some- thing to offer them hetter than they had ever dreamed of that, like a com- mercial traveler, he naight come in their midst to exhibit hefore thetn lus spiritual wares, which lie knew de- fled all competition of all the other churches. He did ask them at least to test and examine the good things which during the week he intended to set hefore them. 13ut condemning the Catholic Churcli and her teach- ing hecause of what they had heard uttered by the assailants of every- tl,iug Catholic, let them hear the other side and let them come to a ver- dict condemning or acquitting the Church after an impartial investiga- tion. He then proceeded to unfold a thetne that compelled attention till he sat down, atnid cheers. Canting forth front the hall on Monday night, the Fathers found that some naembers of the Protestanf Al- liance and kindred institutions had marshalled quite a little army of peo- ple in front of the hall. It was an imposing sight, and Father Vaughan took off his hat and saluted them as they hooed and hissed. Somewhat nonplussed at this unexpected cour- tesy, and rallying their forces anew, they followed the l:athers down the street. \\;Vhile for a moment there was a lull in the storm Father Vaughan turner, and, addressing them, said that if they tlmught they were doing harm to anybody but thent, said that if they thought they themselves they were utterly mis- taken; they were betraying a narrow- nfinded ignorance altogether foreign their colors, and as an Englishman to this country; they were lowering he protested against it. They were making Haverhill a blot on the map; they were un-English. "Know Popery" and "No Popery." The mission was brought to a close last Sunday night. The method of procedure each evening was hynm, question box questions answered, hynm, and Father Bernard Vaughan's address and exposition of Catholic doctrine. On the  platform in the Corn Exchange were Fathers Norgate and Herhert Vaughan, Mr. Hickey and Father Bernard Vaughan.. The missiouers had no occasion to find fault with their attdiences. They in- cluded Kensititepreachers, the Prot- estatn Alliance Nonconformist min- isters, with church, chapel attd iude- l)endent folk. As usual, some came to learn, some to satisfy curiosity and others for "copy to misrepresent." In reply to the "No Popery" hills Father Vaughan posted the town with his "Know Popery" advertise- ments. The Protestant Alliance and the Kensitite agitators had already taken up their position in the town hefore the missioners arrived. On the tirst night, when Father Vaughan delivered his address on "Man's Mis- sion and Destiny," the hall, which was well tilled, l)resented a strange sight from the llatform. It is not often you see an attdienee heing held, forced to listen spellbonnd in spite THE SOUTHERN GUARDIAN of itself, but t'hat was our experience. Towards the end it was filled with lnell of good will, who were I)ecoul- ing deeply interested in the lessous put before them. At the close of his discourse he sat down, amidst c[leel-s I drawn from the audience, tanght to i regard everything Catholic as dia- bolic. In witness to this the towull authorities refused to let their town! hall to th6 "Jesnits," for whom no name was bad enongh. If law and order, with rare exceptions, prevailed within the hall throughout the nine dayls' mission, there was excitement and disreputal)le conduct outside its walls. Favorable Comment. Singularly enough, the chief paper in the district, the Weekly News, de- voted tnore than two colnnms to what it called the Roman Catholic Mission of Father Bernard Vaughati at Hav- erhill, while it gave no report of the utterances of either the Protestant Alliance or Kensitite harangnes attd their kindred forces. .Speaking of Father Bernard Vaughan, it says "The fact cannot he disguised that Father Bernard Vaughan's addresses have had sotne effect on his crowded audiences. His attractive personality has undouhtedly tnade a favorahle itn- pression, attd one can quite under- stand the power he is in the Roman Catholic Church. The missioners hope that as'a result of their work some- thing tuay be done in the not distant future to establish Catholicity on a l)ertnanent basis at Haverhill. On the !ast morning there were three Masses in the motor chapel, with eight conmtunicants, confessions be- ing heard in a cattle shed. Father Vaughan preached, and was then taG- tared to Saffron by Father Norgate, where he gave another sermon, re- turning in time for the evening meet- ing at Havrhill." The question hox was well patron- ized. The difficulties were of varied character. The two strongest objec- tions against the Catholic Church seemed to be that the objicinents imagined that Catholics were not al- lowed to act for themselves, and that if only they had the opportunity they would do all in their power to molest I and persecute those holding views dif- I faring from them. 'Father Vaughan, I in attswering last evening these ohjec- tions to Catholicism, pointed out that on the contrary it was the tnilitant Nonconformists who were held so firmly in the grip of authority that / even outside matters religious--say r politics--they were not free to think or act for themselves. As to the ques- tion of persecuting others for their religious convictions, tnodern history] went to show that even in lnatters.[ educational Nonconformists and non- Catholics were the armed foes of lih- erty.--The True Voice. Georgetown Visitation Convent A Boarding and Day School for Youcg Ladies and Little Girls Delightfully Situated on Georgetown Heights WASHINGTON, D. C. Foundcdin 1799. Address Sister Directres Subiaco College SUBIACO, ARK. Classical and Commercial Collede With Preparatory Department. Conducted bv the Fathers of the Order of St. Benedict ! if! SUBIACO COLLI.GE, on a heautifttl and picturesque eminence between the Ozarks and Magazine Mountain offers exceptional ad- vantages to boys who desire a higher education. Rentoved front t the distractions of city life. Ours is the ideal College for thorough study. The artistic new Auditorium, the best Baseball grounds in Logan County, the Artificial Iake, Tennis and Basket-Ball Courts, and the new Gymnasium keep the hays occupied during hours of recreation. The next School year begins Sept. zzth. For particulars address REV. BENEDICT BORGERDING, O. S. B. Rector. Page Seven The Larliest and Most CompleteStock In the State to Select From MONAHAN & STEINERT DEALERS IN Monuments and All Kinds of Tombstones OldPhone 2565 LITTLE ROCK, ARK. $3.00 to $5.00 a Tooth For Bridge Wo,k We save you money and guarantee our work. Try us and be convinced. UNION PAINLESS DENTISTS 422 424 Main Street, Corner Fifth Street Open Nights. Over Hamilton's ! _= 1 == _= _= 1 - Don't throw that old Trunk away Telephone us and let us send for your old trunks and suitcases, =-- to be repaired. You will be agreeably surprised at the very small --- amount of money you will have to expend to have them put in . first class condition. _- 'rite unusual solidity of all materials is a special feature of all --- goods of our constructio, = All kinds of trunk; made to order. Sample Trunks, Skirt Trunks, Hat Trunks, Gents' Trunks, Theatrical Trunks, etc. WALDENBERGER'S I 1 TRUNK FACTORY. = i 4zz Main Street. ----- Old Phone 547. ! W. B. WORTHEN, Pres. R. THUflTON, Asst. Oashier. GORDON N. PEJkY, 0uhler. GEORGE G. WORTHEN, JUIst. 0ashtez. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $880,000 W. B. WORTHEN COMPANY Bankers, Brokers, Real Estate and Fire Insurance Agents LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS The Home Purchase Plan "Who ever heard of a man shouldering his gun to fight for his boarding house" The Equitable Life "Strongest in the World." Offers It's Home Purchase Plata To the Citizens of Little Rock (n!Y) The Conditions Are Reasonable, Inquire About It. W. E. 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