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November 18, 1911     Arkansas Catholic
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Tom C. Adair Neill Hunter Ada!r w,&amp; .H00unter Ftlrniture, Carpets, Matting Rugs, Linoleum STOVES and RANGES Wholesale and Retail Phone 4923 Little Rock, Ark. NAZARETH ACADEMY Nazareth, Kentucky. SISTERS OF CHARITY founded this Academy in 1812. Buildings are spacious and have all modern inq)rovements. Table provided from Academy farm. MUSIC AND ART DEPARTMENTS. F.egular add elective courses. Progressive methods throughout the institution. Surroundings are beautiful and healthful. Extensive campus, furnished with golf links, basket ball and tennis courts. Nazareth is one of Ken- tucky's most famous schools for young ladies. Next season opens Sep- temper 4th. For catalouge address MOTHER SUPERIOR. I ...... can use some good -The Southern Guardian subscription solic!t- ors all over tim country. There is no diffficulty in getting subscribers for THE Guardian, and steady workers can make $5.oo a da). Excluslve territory given to solicitors who will work it thoroughly. Write today for particulars and terms. The Southern Guardian 315 W. Markham St. LITTLE ROCK ....................................................................... W. H. JARRETTS We keep a full line of popular brands N II FANCY GROCERIES . C0rner_.Gr0cery II kinds of iFnr:ieta:o:nd Vegetables  15tli a.u Main It White House and No. 44 Blend Cof- Im N _ II fee--none better "Ever;:hEagt,,Good We solicite::eo;;to: ga;:f the read- JiP = + = _--= ARKANSAS CYCLE HOUSE - = = BICYCLE TIRES and SUNDRIES = -= 703 1-2 Main Street [] -" [] z = = Agts. for EXCELSIOR AUTO CYCLE. Simpliest, Fastest, Safest | Phone 307 J.E. Sears, Mor. Capitol Avenue Drug Co. DRUGS Patent Medicines, Druooists' Sun- dries, Stationery, Toilet Articles, &c Magazines and Periodicals delivered LA. ST. and CAPITOL AVE. Free Delivery --[ Movinl, Pack- In, Storage CARPET RENOVATING. Knight Furniture Co. xxoz W. Markham. Phone 5570. THE SOUTHERN GUARDIAN *"<' ==" j - I I I I I RUBBER STAMPS. Reynolds Stamp Co. Steel and Rubber Stamps, Stencils, Seals, Badges, Trade Checks, Etc. xo Louisiana St. Old Phone 4984. Little Rock, Ark. BEMBERG & BLANZ, All Kinds of Blackamithing and Fancy Iron Work. Largest .qtock of Sheet and Boiler Iron. Angle T and Channel Iron. Second and Rock Streets. Old Phone aa 7. HILL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE We teach Bookkeeping, short- hand, Civil Service, Salesmanship and Telegraphy. Modern conven- ience. Everything sanitary and up to date. R. H. HILL, W.W. BROWN, President. Manager. $10.00 Mattresses ,  Each One BUILT, Not Merely Made We bought the entire stock of high-grade Felt Layer Mattresses from one of .the largest manufae- tmrers in the South. They are FULL WEIGHT. Built of an elegant quality of felt, layer by layer, and the ticks are of the 7cry finest quality. Several patterns. We guarantee every one of these fine mat- tresses. Here is your opportunity to get an elegant Felt Mattress at exactly A:LF PRICE. iS5 oo] s++oo:_.o+. CASH OR CREDIT Adair Furniture Co Fifth and Loainiana Street& Phone 162... ,'ii ::( :. ,L Removal Sale i In the ne/tr future we will be compelled to move fronl our present location and not wishing to nlove any more .of our goods than is absolutely necessary we have decided to offer our stock at Cost and Below Cost "l'his sale includes all PATI]+.kN I1ATS, either trirmued without trimming. Nothing will bc reserved, l'verything goes. lu this Removal Sale will be included OF Ostrich and Fancy Feathers Also roses and flowers of all kinds as well as novelties, laces, ornaments, dainty ueckwear of tile newest designs, Ladies' Underwear and will be offered at greatly reduced prices. These gains and should not be overlooked. ribl)ons, etc. Corsets are real bar- Foy's Milliner00 Phone 999 - 322 Main Street lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll/: Haley & Hornibr00 ok TINNERS COMBINATION GAS AND COAL BURNING FURNACES Phone z786 _ . 11111111111111111111111111111 IIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll i Facts About ---= [] - | Savlnl00s ,De ' -+ posits - [] .- [] "-- EXPERIENCI has shown that money deposited in Savings Banks is not --- -- withdrawn aud spent like ordinary :funds, but remains a safeguard for  tho depositor in time of need. [] Why not start a Savings Account with this Bank and add to it systematieallyT MERCANTILE TRUST CO. = Second and Louisiana Streets. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS OVER $200,000. i [] FIRE CAUSES $300,000 LOSS. After lmrning for three hours, the tire which originated in the Jones House Furnishing C'ompany's store in the new five-story l"ulk building Main street, between Sixth and Seventh streets, Little Rock, at 3:5 o'clock Monday morning, had com- pletely demolished the $9o,ooo build- ing, the $8o,ooo stock of tile house furnishing company, the $45,000 Shall buildig on the north, besides partially wrecking the balcony of the . W, (;. A. ;tnd tilt: store room, of ) r the Pettit-Galloway [lumbing Com- pany at the real" of the Y. W. C. A. building. A conservative estimate of the loss in yesterday morning's tire is a quarter of a million dollars. The Fulk buihting in which the fire originated was valued at $9o,ooo. The destruction was total Insttrance carired was $85,ooo. "/'tie Shall bnilding, which was al. most contpletely wrecked, would have been worth $45,oo0 when com- pleted. It is estimated that $3o,ooo had been put into the building. In- surance carried was $I8,5oo. The Jones House Furnishing Company's $8o,ooo stock was com- pletely destroyed. The corporation carried $77,000 in insurance. The halcony at the rear of the Y. \\;V. C. A. was partially destroy- ed. Loss $25o. t artially covered by insurancc. American Autoruatic Spirnkler Head Company, New York, was another loser. The Sprinkler head system of the Fulk building, worth $7,5oo, wheih had not been formally accepted, was destroyed. Loss en- tire; no insurance. Storehouse of Pettit-Galloway ) r I lumbing Company was destroyed by falling debris. Damage, $300. Partially insured. Plate glass window of Kress & Company. Insured. Loss less than $ioo. ARGENTA. Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock Miss Tillle A. Engelberger was married to Louie J. DeBons of Paragould at St. Edward's Cathedral in Little Rock, the priest in charge perfornt- ing tile ceremony. Miss Engelberger is the daughter of Mr. atad Mrs. Joe Engleberger of Argenta. Tuesday night the parents of the bride gave a banquet and reception to the young couple and their friends at their home in Levy. Thursday night the groom, Mr. DeBons, gave the higgest and most elaborate ball ever given in Argenta at the Polish hall on Orange and Fourteenth. Father Demurger solemnized the Imarriage of U. U. Moorehouse and Miss Fannie D. Hunt Tuesday nlght at the parsonage. Both are well kno,n in Argenta The only news heard frmn the runaway couple, Gene Paulet and Miss Elizabeth Mahoney, is to tim effect that they are in New York. They left for Cuba on November m, where Gene will play with the Giants in a series with the crack team of Cnba. COULDN'T HELP IT. A man traveling on a througlt ex- press left his chair in the c,'owded dining-car just after lie had ordered his luncheon, lle went to get some- thing hc had forgotten in tim Pull- In an, When he returned, in spue of tile fact that he had left a magaziue on the chair in the diner, he found a handsomely dressed womaI, in his place. /le protested with all the politeness he conld muster, but the woman turned on him with flashing eyes. "Sir," she remarked haughtily, "do you know that I am one of tile direc.. tors' wives?" "My dear madam," he responded. "if yov were the director's ouly wife I should still ask for nty chair." WIlY HE WAS THERE. A l)oliccman found a negro, at two o'clock one morning, acting rather suspiciously in the neighborhood of some fine houses. "Here' youI" shouted the police- rnan. "What are you doing here?" "Nothin'." "Well, I think you are. Explain now or 1'11 pull you in." "Boss," said the negro. "I ain't doin' nothin'l You see, I sitlgs tenor in our church choir." "Well, what's that got to do with your being here?" "A heap, boss--a heap. I sings tenor m our ehu,'ch choir, an' th' man what sings bass is sick." "Come along," said the policeman. "Hol' on, boss--hol' on! Th' ntau what sings bass is sick an' I's gutter take his place in th' choir; so, singin' tenor as I does, l's out her catchin' cold so I kin sing bass." THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. At a society dinner in Washivgtou, Mrs. S--was placed next to ;tlt at- tache of a South American legation. She had great difficulty in talking to him, for he understood very little English. Much to her delight, how- ever, the conversation became general. "Mrs. B--," she heard one say, "looks so much better in her morn- ing suits than she does in evening dress." What was her surprise when the attache turned to her and said: "I like her better in her night dress." She eotdd not then and there ex* plain the peculiarities of the English language.