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We Pay z00per cent THE SOUTHERN GUARDIAN on Savings Southern Trust Co. Southern Trust Building PERSECUTION. There is nothing new under the sun is an old and true adage. The perse- cutions which today in sotne cottntries of Europe desolate the Cllurch lind their counterpart itt those whicll af- tlicted her during the lirst centuries r--, GOOD FEED at the Lowest Possible Price Tits health of your stock depcnds upon tile character of feed that you are feeding them. To get me per cent work buy the best feed. FROM US IT WILL NOT COST YOU A PENNY MORE TO GET THE BEST. Wm. E. Overstreet Grain Company Phones If). 30 and 629 SEVENTH and CENTER STS. w. The German National Bank OF LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS CAPITAL, S3OO,O00 Founded 187$ Surplus and Profits, $350,000 R. A. I, ITTLEt President E.T. REAVES, Cashier R.H. THOMPSON, Ass't Cash'r O. P. ROBINSON, V.-Pres. D. G. FANES. V-Pres. M.H. LONG. Ass't Cnsh'r ........ J Our large hit 0f.correspondents and the supenor eqmpment of out C.ollectmn Department afford unequalled ratlines f handling all bumnen ennu.to us. The contervatzve yet pmemve method.* wh*ch have cheracterkcl the manalile- ment d this bank have Itot:only marked its hktow with sueceM,but auum commuod udety and tafisfaction to its patrons. WE PAY INTEREST ON TIME CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT Wa respectfully invite Accounts of those who desire a Safe Depository for their Funds THE England National BANK CAPITAL, $100,000.00 E. ENGLAND. President C.T. CBFFMAN. V.-Pren J. E. ENGLAND, Jr.. Cashier LITTLE ROCK, ARK. ANNUNCIATION ACADEMY PINE BLUFF, ARK. Conducted by SISTERS OF CHARITY, OF NAZARETH of her extstence. We read in history tltat in two different epochs two per- secutors of the Churcll, Valerian and I)iocletiau, besides using the oppres- sive tneasures used by tlteir predeces- sors, found nothing more effectual. apparently, than to confiscate the property of the Christians. Today in Portugal and in France an irreligious government nscs the saule tactics In hoth cases Satan looks for u'easure. But under the Roman Emperors, in a society that openly adored idols, there was no need of recurring to hypocrisy. The persecutors were frank and went about their work in the open light of day. But in out" day the demon knows that there are many peaceable sotfls who would resent any open oppres- sion, feel the obligation of deluding the people with stflflime "sentiments of patriotism." The "poverty of the cottntry" and "the cause of philan- thropy" reqnire that the gentle ntms and peaceful monks 1)e d,-iven forth as they were in the days of old by pit- gans and barharians. Their goods lnnst be appropriated. Of conrse, it will not mean ntuch; they will receive aid pensions, so to speak; they will be reimhursed and other like fairy tales. But what. after all, are the pos- sessious of the Church? What has I,'rance gained by their confiscation? Only a record of governmental graft tltat wonht give an Aulerican tnucK raker a tit of hysterics, and that did uot even pay the expense of the liqui daters. What has Portugal gained by the process? Only a new source of trouble and a new set of officials to watch over those entrnsted with the Churclt property. History relates that tim Prefect of Ronle, in tile ohten days, wllen he learned at St. Lawrence was tlfc custodian of tile Chnrcll's funds, was desirous of doing somethiug pleasing to \\;/alerian. He strove by all nteans to compel tim holy Archdeacon to surreflder the Church's ricltes to him. St. Lawrence gathered together all the l)oor and suffering in the city and hrought them before the Prefect. say- ing: "ltere. ell. Prefect. are the treas- A Day and Boardino School ures of the Church." llut the ]'refeet. ieling himself iusulted, condenmed Ilim to be burned alive on a grid- E. F. Pace & Co. lrSat' Lawrence, in that Tltird Con- Contracting Painters and Decorators Dealers in Wall Papers, Paints, B E R N A R D H E I N Z E Oils and Varnishes OONFEOTION'. Dr. S ESTIMATES FURNISHED Bread, Cakes, lolls, Creams, Eo. Old Phone 459z. 3z2 W. 6th St. Beth Phones 658 i l llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII--  !Y s st- our avln s are a e _:- = -_- -= MERCANTILE TRUST CO. 121 and 123 WENT SECOND ST. = E = -- [] = _-- _--_ Has Oapltal of ........................................................ $120,000.00 Has Surplus of ........................................................ 75,000.00 = = Has AsSets of ........................................................ 950,000,00 ----  Deposit of ........................................................ 750,000.00 _[] Z --" It owns one of the largest and most profitable insurance agencies in the city. _[] " Has a large and well-managed rental depaxtment. [] ---- Has an active and successful real estate lepartmemt. =-- _ Has careful and conservative management. _-- Ilas capable and experienced officers amd employes. --. Its loans are made on Little Rock real estate and high-elaas eollat- -- -- oral securities. --= [] = It ill pay you 4 per cant interest on all money deposited in the E savings department, and especiaBy solicits accounts of this character, "- H: L, Remmel, Pres. Emmet Morris, Treas. [] Max Heiman, Vice Pres. R.W. Ne,ell, Asst. Seo'y. - i W.L. lIomingway, Sec 'y. Fred gehmutz, Trust Officer. [] q'llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIII!11111111111111111111111111, ==- .... WE NEVER DISAPPOINT We sell everybody. Best things to eat MILLER GROCERY CO. DR. B. H. MERCHANT, V. S., Office 2]I W. 4th St. Treats Diseases of All Domesti- cated Animals. tury, gave a lesson to the people of today. These are the treasures of the Church today, and well do the perse- cutors of the present age kuow it. Hence in oppressing the Clturch. while the first rob her of the material goods of this world, tile gold and sil- ver with which she adorns the dwell- ing place of lter beloved Spouse, they seek above all to gain the treasure of treasures, tlte l)eople who have con- lided iu her and who have found at Iter altars the only happiness possi- ble in this world of ours. The gold and silver the' Church prizes only in as ntuch its it may serve to aid her in her great work, but the souls of tbc little ones, they are the treasures that she connts as tile tniser counts Iris gold, and the loss of even one ol)- seure vmtim of irreligion is a source of nlisery to her heart. And so the struggle goes on. First the campaign of irreligious education. then the spread of immorality, then the coniiscation of religious property, then the seduction of the Christian souls. It was ever thus, and so shall it be till time shall be no more. But in the midst of it all the Christian heart feels the force of the words of Christ to His Church: "For behold, 1 anl with you always, even to the consunlmation of the worhl" THE BIGOTS RECEIVE THEIR ANSWER. Official Communication Which Should Be Read hy All Who Love Fair- ness and Justice--Scathing Rebuke of the Secretary of theGo vernor of Massachusetts to Bigots. Says tits 13oston Pilot: A bigot onec wrote to Governor Phones 329z-3292 sions. This, I tllink you will admit. "On tile other hand, no appointtnent has heen made by the Governor sinl- ply [)ecause a man was of any l)articu- htr nationality or creed. His sole test in his appointments to office has been that the man nmst measnre up to the requirements of the position in every way, and when he ltas appointed the man best fitted, regardless of his race, his creed or his political affiliation 1)lli the Governor. while having the al)tlomtiug l)ower ill this Comnton- wealth, is obligncd to suhmit the names of his al)poiutees to the Gov- ernor's Council, COml)OSed of eight menll)ers. The (,overnor hin]sclf is a Dcmocrat; seven out of the eight niembers of the Council are Repul)- [icans, and they have passed upou every appointment that the Governor has made, and those which you criti. cizcd 1)articularly. Consequently they nlnst share tits rcsl)onsibilities with the Governor, because all appoint- ulcnts are |nade 1)y tile Governor with the advice and consent of the Coun- cil. Just how the Governor would be called a "political acrobat' under these ctrcttmstances it is very difficult to see, for, utflike Mr. Roosevelt, when1 you cite as an example, Gov- ernor [ross has had an adverse Coun- absolutely controlled by the members ell, a Council politically opposed to of his own political party. Very truly him, while Mr. Roosevelt's appoint- ments were passed upon hy a Senate yours, DUDLEY M HOLMAN, "Secretary to the Governor." "The fact is well known that hith- erto thc Catholics have not received even the slightest rccognitton, despite the fact that they made up the ma- jority of tbc citizens. But now that something has been doue--and even then it is far from being a propor- tional representation--the cry of prej- udice raised to decry the act attd the appointees deserves the rebuke it re- ceived Nothing shows the meanness of thebigot more than just such pro- tests its that which occasioned Mr. Hohnan's letter. THE CURSE OF THE COUNTRY. Cardinal Gihhons conlirtned a class of l Io children and adults at St. Mar- garet's Church. Scat Pleasant, a thriv- ing village of Prince George county, Maryland, recently. The sermon preached by the Cardinal found its theme in the Gospel. He urged the congregation and the class hc ltad conlirmed to be industrious without being too solicitous decalring that they shouhl place their reliance th God, using industry at the same time. The Cardinal declared thal the idle rich wcrc lhe ctlrse of the country. %( FIND TIME to take a look over a really com- pletc harness stock Whether for heavy work or light work, we have the set you waut It Pays to Trade at PATTISON'S. Try it PATTISON & CO. Harness Dealers. 3o2 Louisiana St. Phones 2995; 2996 Public Drug Company Markham and Center FOR QUICK DELIVERY gllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll = St: Anne's Academy - = -[] Fort Smith, Ark. [] -[] -: = Day and Boarding School -- Conducted by Siiters of Mercy .--IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1 Daily Delivery Pulaski Heights Day or Night. ment of Catholic judges of the Su- perior Court. The answer t)f the Gov- Ad ti i Th S th G di ernor's secretary is brief and to the ver se n e ou ern uar an point and deserves to 1,e read by all All Calls Promptly Attended to, Foss to l)rotest against his appoint- _ ............................... It Will Pay . r i llllllllllllllllIllllllll = i i u i = _,r. URSULINE ACADEMY FOR YOUNG LADIES []- In beautiful Arcadia Valley. Delightfully situated. Buil din gs [] spacious and commodious. Just the school for your daughter. -- I Departments--Collegiate, Academic, Preparatory. [] Coursem--Classical English, Commercial, Music, Art. -= For further information address Mother Superior, Arcadia College Arcadia, Me. who love justice and fairness. "Cotnnlonweath of Massachusetts, "Tte Exeeutice Chamber "State House, Boston, Arg. t6. 9IL "My Dear Sir--Iu the absence of His Excellency, the Governor, 1 beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of August 4. "Possibly you are not aware of con- ditions in Massachusetts, else you would not have written to the Gov- ernor as you did. "Nearly 65 per cent of the popula- tion of Massachuseits is of the Roman Catholic faith, and they are entitled to a fair representation on the bench as well as on the otlaer State commis- The Arcadia College i ws i m i i = E IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIlIlIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII St. Mary's College ST. MARYS, KANSAS Collegiate, Academic and English Commercial Courses Under the management of the Fathers of the Society of Jesus Write for C,mlogue REV. ALOYSIUS A. BEEN, S. J., President ; 5; ANNOUNCEMENT. I, : -- -- : -:-- - ;---= -:" i "Dr's" S" D" and J" F" Rss desire t J K ?;t L ! announce that they have opened a suite of office rooms on the third floor of the State Bank building, No. 3o2, and have secured a residence at 524 I ONA , Center street. Office phone xro9. PIANO - Residence phone, 6o48. Dr. S. D. Ross has been in practice thirty years and devotes himself ex- clusively to diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat, with special attention to examinations for glasses. Dr. J. F. Ross is a Homeopathic physician and surgeon of experience and gives his time entirely to the gen- eral practice of his profession. All calls will receive prompt attention, night or day. Pfeifer Hemstedt Plumbing Co. PLUMBING, HEATING and GAS FITTING II W. 4th St. WANTED--Girls to learn hair- dressing, tnanicuring and facial bcauty ettlture; short time completes; the leading profession for girls, as our groduates arc iu big demand, and you can get good positions the year round at top wages;' to advertise the school we will make a $25 scholarship for the first ten tsttdents. Write for particu- lars to Pahner School of Hairdress- lug, 519 West Second St., Little Rock Ark. Means that the most scrupulous care bas been given every detail of the construction. That every part has been manufactured in the piano and organ factories of the W. W. KIMBALL CO.; that it has been made by skilled workmen, under the direction of experts in their respective lines. That ability, experience and re- sponsibility are back of the pi- ano. Tbe ear and the eye can iudge of the .... BEAUTY OF TONE ..... the satisfactory case design and finish, but you must look to the NAME for reliability of con- struction and the assurance that the good qualities will endure. The house of KIMBALL has had an experience of over FIF- TY YEARS in the music indus- try, and artists, amateurs and thousands of satisfied customers give abundant proof of the MERIT of the KIMBALL. We have sold KIMBALL pianos for many years and have them in the best homes, schools and colleges in Arkansas. We gnarantee these pianos. In buy- ing a KIMBALL Piano, Player Piano or Organ, you positively get greatest value obtainable. "-tlilllliliillilililiilllllllilillllilillilliill Prices modest Quality best. []-- -- Sold on liberal terms of pay- mont. Our motto is,; Established x853. "Quality above ev-- Hollenberg Music Co. erything else." = 6o4-6o6 Main Street. , - The Oldest, the Largest, the = Best Piano and Organ House Call and see specimens of []--" in Arkansas. = 4-:-- :==. -:--:-:; .-:- .-* .-:-:-. -:- .- .-'--:-4,+qPI. our work. , = ....... _=.--_---= I iJ Printing i w i The New Era Press Photographer - "': " 120 Main Street i Funeral DeMOns money back = Also Artistic Floral Tokens for Weddings IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlr a specialty VESTAL'S, 409 Main St. P. M. PALEZ. Manager. Phone 463 After business hours call 687 If it is Drugs, Soda or RALEIGH SPRINGS WATER Cigars FOUND PURE Little Rock, Ark., 8-I8-'ii. WE HAVE IT This is to certify that the Raleigh SI)rings water has been exatnined in hc finds it to be a safe drinkingwater. Dr. O. K, Judd, City Physician Subscribe for the COR. eITH OO0 M'I'N ST,. Southern Ouardian lilllllllillllllillJllllllllll Illlllllllllllililillililllliillilllllllllllllllllllllillllllilllillllill[] i Fletcher's i Rose Bud Coffee i ++++++++++++++ -: + + _= i 3-Lb. Cans $1.00 = ,/, l-Lb. Cans .35 ** i + + + + + + + + + + + + i Try it and'you will be convinegdof its delicious flavor. -' Roasted and packed daily in Little Rock by = =. . [] -. _=== Fletcher === i ---- Coffee and Spice ==- - =-- - Company - -- - = [] [] 11111111 ii