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November 25, 1911     Arkansas Catholic
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LITTLE ROCK STEAM LAUNDRY. TI e I,ittle Reek Steam I,aundry is not ()lily olle of the largesl lauI1- dries ill the Sotlthwest, ]Jilt is also ()llC of the ll]t)Sl lnoderll alld largely patronized, its busines ext cndiug over all parts of the slate and stlr- rotlll([ing slatesr It oCCtll)ies a tllod- ern brick structure, buih for the pill- pose, at 217, 2IQ and 22I (_'(!liter street; cquipl)ed with tile best of IllodeFll Illilchinel'y kllowll 1c) tile trade. It handles all work in a sat- isfactory nlanner. It launders goods [ill(l does nol teal" llor wear them oul. but returns them l)rOll'lptly 1o pa- trons ill lirst class con(liti(m spotless aud shining. None but expert enl- ployes are at wrk in this t)lant, and only the puresl materials are used ill cleansing. This industry was estab- lished in ISN5, and it has enjoyed great prosperity, its business having MI'tP, VI1 at it rapid rate. The Little Rock Stealll laundry is equil)ped with a lueal and long distance Bell i)hone. No. 534, for the convenience illl(] use of enslonlers aild friends Outside agents wanted. \\;Vrite us. Mr. James 1'. See is tile president and treasurer of the conlpany, lle hess and constantly keel)ing on dis- haps ]ly tile st;ttelnent that the eslRb- THE SOUTHERN GUARDIAN PAGE s. I i ii i i l)lay a large aud atlractlve lille of weti selected footwear, of which st5 le, fit, COil(fell /tn(t service are distinctive features, the \\;rlnstrong Shoe (..'()nlpillly have a 1)usiness which I]IlIkcs [heltl il f,rmidal)le COllll)elitt)r in the retail shoe bu>iness. I1. Saifer ()f St. Lotlib, a lll(iSI experienced 111Dll. is lllanaKer of the hcal SllJrc, ;lid to him is title mttch of tilt' credit for its success, lie is courteous and affable. alld extren/ely polmlar, and possesses the rare confl)ination of being able to nlake and hold friends. W. W, WEBB FURNITURE COMPANY. has had eighteen years of experience in the husiness, and is an enterl)ris- ing, reliable business nlan THE ARMSTRONG SHOE COM- PANY. The Armstr()ng Shoe COral)any, 22.4 Main street is owncd by \\;>v' 1:. Armstrong, a former resident of Ar- kansas, bnl now of St Louis. Mr. Arrnstrong is well known over tile state, as he begau traveling and sell- ing shoes ;is far back as 1876, and continues to this day, despite the fact that he is tile sole owner of tile above Dallied COllcern. has been for tile past twenty years connected with[ tile Brown Shoe Coral)any of St. The \\;.\:. \\;V \\;'\:ebl) lgurniture Corn- Louis. and has been for the past six pany occupies a large and admiral)ly years a lUembcr of tile directorate of equipled building at 6oo-6o2-004-606- that coral)any, one of tile largest |ll 0Og-(!lO \\;'Vest Seventh street, l)hone tile world. In addition to this. Mr. .,\\;rnlstrong is president of one of Ar- kansas' diam(md nlining conlpanies and is a stockholder in one of the largest of lhe state's coal nlining eomlmnies. Thus it will be seen that he is a material believer in the state's resources and greatness. P,y close al)plicatio to their bust- Zlkl, in tile heart of the business dis- trict, llcre inay be found all kinds of furniture together with tile nlot COml)lete and auractive lines of house furnishing goods of every descrip- tion. Ill a nutshell tile \\;Vebb Conl- pany keel, everything for the home. The scale upon whicll the business is operated nlay best be sulzgested per- Wonderful Bed Offer Complete Outfit J lishment eovers half a big city bhck. The \\;,Vebb I"urnilure ('malAuly has ])Cell established over scvcII years, ;lid its hiMo:y Jlas been one of con- tinued and imdislurhed success. The conlpany i> incn'l)r,tted with a eal)i- till stock of $2o,ooo. They also own lheir ,wn buildin and grounds, which is vahled ,tt $5o.ooo. The presi- dcnt anti man:tier is \\;r. \\;-. Wehh. wire is widely known, not only :t, :t >ueeessful business lllall, but also its an entcrl)rising and lmlflic-sl)irited citizen. Miss Maud \\;Vebb is vice- president, and J. [,. I[awkins, secre- lary ;lilt] treasurer. A. L. DEIBEL & CO. Little Rock has attracted indus- tries of the nlost progressive type and is rallidly making itself widely known its tile lllOSt l)rOsl)ert)us industrial city ill tile iuterior Sotllh. (ilia of the iil)Sl llrogresslVe ;lid successful firms dealing ill stodks and bonds is that ,d A. L. Deibel & (_7o.. wllo.e place of business, or headquarlers is at 2oo Riegler building, with a local and loug distance Bell telephone ill connection. No. 1763. To know this nlarket ill anything like ;, delinite and 1)recise way is not tile lid}or of a day or a ln()Ilt]l ()1" iI year, ]lilt )f many years of hard. intelligent effc)rt for it is such a complex thin that no one nlind can grasp it In its entirety in a short time. It is with Sllch work as this that Mr. :\\;. l, l)eibel tile head and sole 1)l'Oln-ietor of A. I,. l)eibel & ('o.. concerns hinlself, lie canle m l,itt]e Rck from St. louis four years ago and has h;td a wide general experience ill handling stocks and bonds of all kinds be,ddes tlmsc in which he spceialize. They are specialists ill bank. fil. mining, in- stir;lice ;lid ill(ltlstl'iill stocks, and will be idease(l l( qmle luarket prices on aplflication. Mr. l)eibel is (lle of tilL' Illell, who. by re;soil of spcclat training and ahility, has been able to hell) lnost in tile development of tile rich, naltlral resources of this section of Arkansa. The Lardest and Most Complete Stock tn the State to Select From MONAHAN & STEINERT DFALERS IN Monuments and All Kinds of Tombstones ()ldPhone 2565 LITTLE ROCK, "ARK. :$3.00to $5.00 a Tooth For Bridge Wolk 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 Save Ted;9 Thinte of Tomorrow We Pay per cent on Savings Terms: $2 Cash;  HILL'S BusiNess COLLGE . $1 Per Week ,',le of,.,,, .,ok Southern Trust Co. one of the lealing educati,mal cen- ters of the interior South is being an-. Southern Trust Building Extra Special [ nually enhaneed by the 'rowth ill - pupularily and excellence of serviee of that most adnlirable institution-- I " Ilill's l;usiness College. fn location I w.B. WOREIIN, I'ee, B. 'rIuSTON, tnt, Onhler. ' GORDON N PBAY, Oshler , and eqtliplllent, ill the ability and I ' . GEORGE G. W0RTH.N, .&lsSt. Oaehier. I  character of its instructors, and in[I CAPITAL AND ,URPLU,, $380,000 '7"0 IUL'11)ERS OF GUARDIAN." , .. the practical excellence of its I co.rses, tU.'s lusiness C,,ltee isll Vg il WflDTIIg'M PflUDAM For one week only, we offer to each reader of this l)aper not surl)assed by any institution of I Ilu U. ||UII/Ill-Ill UIuInI/MII/ (provided this ad is clipped and presented at our store) /its age and size ill the country. In I i-this age of progress and specializa- I Bankers, Broker, Real tate and Fire Insurance Agent; this wonder bed offer, consisting of ,,,,,w,.,,.,c,.oo '" . [ "Ti0n the young man or woman who | .... Ihopes to sttcceed in the great W r I I'arge 01d G01d Finished .%', Price... tau"."" ,.,".'=,-., ,"-:T..%'%.'*,";.:..",': ,"..:= I ' " old LITTLE ROOK, ARKARIAI 1 'UtltTl"th"*""t,sO[l, rr'lt ] i t of I)usiness rnust he skillfully trained. | . . 1 40 lb. All Cotton Felt Mattress, Price. $8.50 . aOI'P"II'C'R''OIAIY I ]Nowhere else can a better place bet _ "_ urrLv.ocx, sax. i/fund for securing the right training[ ---- - - - Steel Guaranteed , ..pfi"g, Price... $4.50 ..,,0...-.- 1 [than at Hill's 13usiness College iu / .................................. CUI 0N IHI$ LINE It,ll MAIL T0llA ...................................................... 1 All -- | Little Rock. R. H. Hill, president, / Entire Outfit $1650 i/'rgtidlai:hleldU:t:d::/c:: t;'stl]'elt),ac:londTue;t:sle " " W:lnldkni:w'M' Subscription Order , ,., ' p ",,, ' . .................................................................................. 1911 Tenn. In these schols you learn CATHOLIC PUBLICATION SOCIETY bookkeeping, success shorthand, tel- | Terms: $2 Cash-$1 Per Week 1 We Our M.otto  i Save You Satisfied Money. C_O IX/I I='A N Y Customers. I ,.. - , 1,4-. C5 ENTI != ST" I  Th L di w. STYLE FEDOMINATES." Establishment 0f the State Largest Stock of FURS Quality Unexcelled Prices Reasonable I We Are the "Ready- to - Wear" PEOPLE OF THIS CITY egraphy, salesmanshil) and all com- mercial branches just as they are used in banks, business houses and business offices. This is the leadiug business college of the staice of Ar- kansas and no student nlakes a mis- take to select it as the source of his business training. Mr. R. FI. Hill is persident and Mr. W. W. Brown, manager. The college is located at 208 -2 Lotnsiana street. PFEIFER-HIMSTEDT PLUMB- ING COMPANY. A good plumller who thoroughly understauds his business is really a blessing to a community, lint a bad one should be put out of business hecause bad plumbing jeopardizes health. A firm like the Pfeifer- Himstedt Plunlbing Company comes under the heading of l)lnmbers of the first-class. Every joh is fully guaranteed, hence the splendid suc- cess made. They do anything in the way of lAumlfing and uudertake the largest contracts, which they are able to complete in accordance with the most specific and difficult plans. Their prices are very reasonable, and you should get their figures on such work as phlmbing, heatiug and gas piping, sewer pipe laying and a great amount of repair work of more or less an exceptional nature. This tirm, from a comparatively small beginning, seven years ago, has grown to one which employs an average of twenty-live men for work in Little Rock and neighboring cities, and at the office and store at 19 West Fourth strcet, have one of the largest stocks and pluntbers' fix- tures in Arkansas. They havc in stock natural gas apl)liances and now is the time to put up your stove. The memberslfip of this firm com- prises Mqsrs. Arthur H. Pfeifer and Henry Himstedt. hoth of whom are fine business men and experts in :heir liue. They have just reasons to feel proud of the success they have achieved. 3115 W. Markam St., Little Rock, Ark. Kindl send THE SOUTHERN GUARDIAN to m address for one year. I enclose herewith $1.50 in payment of rome. nrIw eaIl thrIu|h line not ipnlicible I wtll remit for same on_. 191 ! Signed. Addreu ................................................ MILLS-DARRAGH LIME and CEMENT CO. Agents for IOLA, SUNFLOWER and DEWEY PORTLAND CEMENTS, ACME, AGATITE, UNITED STATES GYPSUM and GREAT WESTERN PLASTERS. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LIME, CEMENT. PLASTER, CRUSHED STONE, SAND, LATH. HAIR, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, FLUE PIPE, FLUE LINING, FIRE BRICK, ROOFING. FIRE CLAY, MORTAR COLORS, WATERPROOFING, ETC. Warehouse Foot East Sixth Street. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Both Phones z6 and 36. T LOUIS KOERS Carriages Buggies :',,, Studebaker Tenesse Wagons Oliver Chilled Plows Harness, Whips and Robes 1 E. Markham St. LITTLE ROCK