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Litlte Rock, Arkansas
November 4, 1911     Arkansas Catholic
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em mzht THE SOUTHERN GUARDIAN I I HOME FROM CANADA. Continued from poge 1 Thin00 of Tomorrow of theChurch, and every Cath- olic worthy of the name must take it up and carry it to the point of van- tage. In such a way only every man could say with honesty to the God he adored. "Thy kingdom come." We Pay Mr. Laffcrty assured us that whilst things were not so lively his way, The per Guardian would prosper. The first editor was Monsign'or Lucey, but he had gone out and Rev. Dr. Stockcr, cent o s. B., wielded the editorial pen. It !i: was a sharl) and effective instrument The management went to Victor --on Savings Spalding of Louisville, and now a good, active campaign was assured. Bishop Morris took a personal inter- est in things; he eas a native born Southern Trust Co Bishop, and everybody loved him. He could do much for Catholicity in Southern Trust Building tile South, and he knew the value of the Catholic paper in this regard thor- i ouglfly. "Tile Catholic Church is now mak- I II ing great progress. \\;e are not nu- GOOD FEED merous in our State, but tile inmfi- ,. grant is coming, and we are getting at the Lowest Possible Price quite a number of splendid German Catholics. The old order of things The health of your stock depends upon the character of feed that made threepence look down o17 tup- you are feeding them. pence-ha'penny with awful disdain; ' To get Joe per cent work buy the best feed. now we are all together, and this s FROM US IT WILL NOT COST YOU A PENNY MORE TO 'esprit de corps' makes for progres- S! sive Chnrclt work everywhere. There GET THE BEST. !:': Wm. E. N,,,   Grain Corn are a number of well-t0-do Catholics ,.,-ers.ree. pany amongst us, and tile Statc is so rich I Phones ID, 39 and 6'9 SEVENTI! and CENTER STS. in natural resources, such as coal and ":i I timber, the soil is so rich and pro- ri ;, " dnciive of such staples as cotton, rice, t,'.'f:.::i: etc., that men of any parts must get ' The Ge an Natl al Bank wo,, there." rm on We ventured the opinion that Mr. Lafferty would have done well in /:; OF LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS Canada had he remained; that this ii: CAPITAL, $300,000 Founded l&2fl Suqllus and Profits, $350,000 was a land of great natural resonrces "' ' . also, and he quite concurred with ns, i'.' R.A. LITTLE. President E.T. REAVES, Cashier R. !1. THOMPSON. Ass t Cash'r saying: "If Canada Were in my day !i!  O.P. ROBINSON. V.-Pres. D. G. FONES.V-Pres. M.H. LONG, Asn'l Cash'r * - ,f,!7 ' Our hrs'lkt d eorrespondenB and Ihe SUltrier equipment o| our Collection Delmrlment afford unequalled fadli,  what it is today I should never have ',.: hendlinga][busineueeuuaedtens. Theconlervaliveyetpmgreuivemethedswhich have characterized the manage- gone fronl her. You ]lave a glorious ;t'r ' ment of.lhi* blnk have mot.only merked its hiaory witla succeu, but a.ure continued ufety and *etisfaetioa to it, patrons, country, and none are proud er of it IL WE PAY INTEREST ON TIME CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT_" than we are." With a warm shake of tile hand and We respectfully Invite Accounts of these who desire a Safe Depository a cordial "Come down to Arkansas, for their Funds father, if ever you need rest, and ''" .... ' 'S' ' . come straight to Little Rock ,and '> T E . ANNUNCIATION ACADEMY Thomas La.etry will do the rest,' we England National" parted, half regrctting the fate which . PINE BLUFF," ARK. deprived Canada of so many worthy citizens such as he. Enticing as Ar- ,Conducted by SIETERS OF CHARITY, OF NAZARETH kansas is, however, we nest keep BANK clear of the Hot Springs as long as ';. possible. ALn-t000.00 ===='==--= After leaving Toronto Mr. Lafferty CAPIT visited his life-long friend, Bishop ' :' Dowlining of Hatnilton, and also his '; Vicar General, Dr. Mahony, who are : It. ENOLANO, Pr, sidsnt C.T. COFFMAN. V..Pres ' !!: J.f. OISLAND. Jr., Cashisr Contracting Painters and diocesesSaid to haveill theneDominion.f the best organized LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Decorators i? AUTUMI :IUSINGS. c: :=:=:::==:=---==---==---=-'-==:=== Dealers tn Wall Papers, Paints, BERNARD HEINZE is O 1 and Varnishes (By Juliette C. Fort.) ,i, OONFEOTIONEFI I! DEIE8 ' ESTIMATES FURNISHED Autumn leaves are falling From tile trembling trees; :' Bread, Cakes, Rolls, Creams, Et. Old Phone 459L 32a W. 6th St. Autunm winds are calling Botch Phones S58 Over restless seas. lJ . |, J . Mother Soil is fretti0g; , Calls for rest and case  . And at each sun setting ! Your Savln00s are Safe Longs forwintert, eace. Gray the sky is turning; -- = Deposited With the Snow clouds swiftly sail; - MERCANTILE TRUST CO ---- Snowbirds are returning, e Singing "Winter, Hail." 121 and. 123 WF.d3T BEOOND ST. --- Iiuman hearts are sighing, -- -- H&S Ottpltal of ........................................................ $19.0,000,00 Seeing Nature die" -2_ Has Surplus of ........................................................ 75,000.00 Hear the stortn replying = Has AIII! of ........................................................ 950,000.00 From the darkened sky. E HJm Deposit of ........................................................ 750,000.00 m _---- It owns one of the largest and most profitable lmmraaco agencies - Youtli is fast declining; _- in the city. Summer speeds away, Has a large and well-mnaged rental department. Swift the moment flying, Han an active and successful real estate lepartment. Leaving mists of gray, _-- Ha careful and enservative management. --  Has capable and experienced oflleera and employes. See tile leaves are falling; = Its loans are made on Little Rock real estate ad high-sins ollat. Comes the vision nigh, -" eral securities. Of the years enthralling, == It will pay you 4 per cent interest on all money deposited in the Speeding, rushing by. - savings department, and especially solicits eeount of this character. . Chill the winter's coming, -- H.L. Remmel, Pres. Emmet Morris, Treas. Max Heiman, Vice Pros. R.W. levell, Asst. See'y. Laying bare the plain -- W.L. Hemingway, Sec'y. Fred gehmutz, Trust Oleer. With its icy morning, -- Bringing ills and pain. l||l| ....... ....... But through storm a blessing ,,- Comes through winter's rest. / WE NEVER DISAPPOINT DR. B. H. MERCHANT, V.S., And the snow caressing We sell everybody. Best things Office 2 W. 4th St. Covers field and crest. to eat Treats Diseases of All Domesti- MILLER GROCERY CO. i caSed Animals. And the heart thottgh saddened, Phones 3=9z-3=9= i All Calls Promptly Attended to, seeing wasted fields, Daft; Delivery Pulaski Heights  Day or Night. Will in fill be gladdened ........ As the winter yields. When the springtime hours Advertise in The Southern Guardian Banish winter's frost, Rise again the flowers It Will Pay That to earth were tossed. ......... To each heart here dwelling l|||||HHl|H|l|m- Under heaven's dome _- -- Sorrow's stream is falling, The Arcadia College -  Tossing with its foam =_ URSULINE ACADEMY FOR YOUNG LADIES _-- But a hope there sleeping, Hidden in the hearts In beautiful Arcadia Valley. Delightfully situated. Buil din gs Resurrects in greeting i Just for your daughter. _-- As the frost departs. spacious and commodious. the school .- Departments--.Collegiate, Aeademic, Preparatory. - Course--Classical English, Commercial, Music, Art.  The young man wa a=sconsolate. i == Said he: "I asked her if I could see For furth,r information addreu Mother Superior, Arcadia College [ her home." she answered, "I Illlllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllll C. E. CASTLEBERRY Exclusive Optician. Office hours 8 a. m. to 6. p. m. xx2 West Second Street. Ground Floor, Phone 4938. Little Rock, Ark, DR. C. R. CHESNUTT xI4 W. Second St., Elks Building. Office hours 9 to x a. rn.,  to p. m., 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. Telephone 3o7. JAMES A. GRAY Attorney at Law. 65-627 Southern Trust Little Rock, Ark. Bldg. L. S. Stahl TIN, SHEET IRON ANO COR- NICE WORKER Hot Air Furnaces. Metal and Slate Roofing. All Work Guaranteed. II3-II 5 East Third Street. Phone 38o ..... Little Rock, Ark. BEAT THIS -- $7.oo __._.. CASH for No. 2 Smith Pre- -- miers antl No. 6 Rem- )// ingtons; former price $Ioo. Sold at $3 per month at an ad- vance. Guaranteed for one year. Ready for use. No. 3 Slivers, $3o; L. C. Smiths and Underwoods, $57- Sold ovcr 3,500. \\;Vrite for catalogue. PARKIN- LONGLEY COMPANY, 2o6 Louisiana Street, Little Rock. Desks, Chairs, OFfice Supplies, Etc. FIND TIME to take a look over a really com- plete harness stock. Whether for heavy work or light work, we have the set you want. It Pays to Trade at PATTISON'S. Try it PATTISON dk CO. Harness Dealers. 3oa Louisiana St, i Wl ln you want anyt hi n@''g in t l, e ug Line i Dr McClerkin's te delivers it to you in any part of the city without extra  charge .elephone 576._.,-_.-=-_- _ _.t Phones 995; z995 Public Drug Company Markham and Center FOR QUICK DELIVERY IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII - St. Anne s Academy =- ---= Fort Smith, Ark. - Day and oarding School ' ---- Conducted by Sisters of Mercy = .111111111111111111111111111111111111111|111111111 St. Mary's College ST. MARYS, KANSAS Collegiate, Academic and English Commercial Courses Under the management o( the F=thers of the Sooiety 0| Jesus Write for Cetelogue REV. ALOYSlUS A. BREEN, S. J., President P. J. O'BRIEN'S FALL SUITINGS. I am showing a great variety of handsome Fall and Winter Suitings, comprising the very latest Cheviots, Worsteds and trouserings. The styles in gentlemen's apparel are hardly as variable as those of the ladies, but there are continued changes and in- novations which every well-dressed gentleman is bound to regard. P. J. O'BRIEN, Merchant Tailor, 2o3 West Markhant (opposite Marion Hotel). LAKE SIDE BAKERY BREAD, CAKES AND ROLLS FRESH EVERY DAY REIDEINGER & SCHOTTE, Props Corner x3th and Plum St, Old Phone 5z Pine Bluff, Ark. L Pfeifer Hemstedt Plumbing Co. PLUMBING, HEATING and GAS FITTING zz9 W. 4th St. WANTED--Girls to learn hair- dressing, manicuring and facial beauty culture; short time completes; the leading profession for girls, as our groduates are in big demand, and you can get good positions the year round at top wages; to advertise the school KIMBALL ON A PIANO Means that the most scrupulous care has 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. The ear and the eye can judge 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 we will make a $25 scholarship for the pianos for many years and have them in the best homes, schools first ten tsudents. Write for particu- and colleges in Arkansas. We lars to Palmer School of Hairdress- guarantee these pianos. In buy- ins, 519 West Second St., Little Rock, ing a KIMBALL Piano, Player Ark. Piano or Organ, you positively ----------=--=-- ---- get greatest value obtainable. tll|llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Prices modest  Quality best. Sold on liberal terms of pay- - Shrader's Photos - ment. Established z853. Are Better -:-- Holienberg Music Co. _= You know the superiority of ---- 6o4-6o6 Main Street. I . SHRADER'S WORK. They  The Oldest, the Largest, the = also want yon to know you can - Best Piano and Organ House - do bcttcr thee in prices. - in Arkansas. ---- Their $4 photos are superior --- ,i.4-1-1,H,H,,I- ------ to any you can get elsewhere.  1 Their $5 pictures are better - than the so-called $Io photos at - 0 -= Their $6 pictures are winners. = High Gra You cannot duplicate them for = --three times the amount. [ i -= They make an $8 photo that - Printing _--would be a bargain at $2o.- -Wiry not look at them. ---]i it i - Their $9 photo is a creation . = of trne art. You will like it. i 1 The New Era Press g# : -. .... .. . - - 120 M.i. Street _ Desil00ns ----- Satisfaction or = 1 Alto Artist;n FJoral Tokens |or Weddings I money back ------ a speciehy .illiillllililIllllllllllllllilll|llllllliilillll I VESTAL'S, 409 Main St. P, M, PALEZ, Meneger, 1 Phone 463 After business hours nell 687 If it is Drugs, Soda or Cigars WE HAVE IT COR. FIFTH Ot)d MAiN STY. I I RALEIGH SPRINGS WATER FOUND PURE Little Rock, Ark., 8-I8-'II. This is to certify that the Raleigh Springs water has been examined in the laboratories of Dr. Frost,and that he finds it to be a safe drinkingwater. Dr. O. K. Judd, City Physician Subscribe for the Sou thern Ouardian Printing i in, Favor us with your next order. Prompt deBvery-- and our prices are right. New Era Press 315 West Markham Street J i