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. ENGLAND REALTY CO. This Ih'nl ,s nnilue, m LII'LI 1' ])[ts i)rovided its customers with all the facilities that can be extended by a stale bank or trust company, aud at tile same time given them all tile protection ttl,t cau be afforded hy a lrivate or natioual bank. The real estate business of this Ihm was established over tweuty- five years ago, when tile senior nice- her of this tire formed a partner- ship with Judge XV. F. Blackwood. Since that time he has coutinued in the real estate business, the Eng- latid Realty " Contpany 1)sing suc- cessor to firms with which he had been cont]ected. It now has charge of the property of some of tile largest estates in the city; the property in its control and its customers, would form a good sized city. Its real estate sales department is in charge of Messrs. W. E. Cox and S. J, Beauchamp There ts no realty transactiou so intricate that they cannot master it, or so small as not to command their active interest in every detail of it. The insurance department is in charge of Mr. C. C. Walker, who, having succeeded to the business attd good will of the Walker & Scott in- 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 chauges and in- novations which every well-dressed gentleman is bound to regard. P. J. O'BRIEN, Merchant Tailor, 2o3 West Markham (opposite Marion Hotel) THE England National BANK CAPITAL, SlO0,O00,O0 E. ENGLAND, President C.T. COFFMAN. V.-Pres J. E. ENGLAND. Jr.. Cashier LITTLE ROCK, ARK. BEAT THIS  $z7.oo CASH W for No. 2 Smith Pre- miers and No. 6 Rem- iugtons; former price Sine. Sold at $3 per month at an ad- vance. Guaranteed for one year. Ready for use. No. 30livers, $3o; L. C. Smiths and Underwoods, $57. Sold over 3,5oo. Write for catalogue. PARKIN- LONGLEY COMPANY, o6 Louisiana Street, Little Rock. Desks, Chairs, Office Supplies, Etc. DR. B. H. MERCHANT, V, S., Office 21z W. 4th St. Treats Diseases of All Domesti- cated Animals. All Calls Promptly Attended to, Day or Night. WE NEVER DISAPPOINT We sell everybody. Best things to eat MILLER GROCERY CO. Phones 329x-329a Daily DeliVery Pulaski Heights E. F. Pace & Co. Contracting Painters and , Decorators Dealers in Wall Papers, Paints, Oils and Varnishes ESTIMATES FURNISHED Old Phone 45gz. 3a2 W. 5th St, ANNUNCIATION ACADEMY PINE BLUFF, ARK, Conduoted by SISTER6 OF CHARITY, OF NAZARETH A Day and Boardinu School ii i q15 When you want anything iu the Drug Line Call up McClerkin's He delivers it to you in any part of the city without extra charge. Telephone 576.. _ - ,_ _ : _  surance agency, consolidated it. with Ihis contl]any. The nleml)ers t)f this lirn, own the coutroling interests in and are tile active otlicers of the Englaud .National Bauk, which has a capital and snrphls of Silo,sos.so. This bank enjoys the distinction of having active officers whose re- sources are sufficient to liquidate it independently of the resources of the lank and of haviug had these officers ldedge these resources to the bank should it ever in time of a financial crisis have need of them. The memhers of the firnt are also tile active officers of the England I Loan & Trust Company, with a sub- scribed capital of $25o,ooo.oo. This conll)any was organized for the pur- pose of affording its customers. facilities in the way of real estate loans that can not be made by a National bank. Among the stockholders of this cotnpany are some of the most prolninent and successful business and professional men of the city. At the close of its first year's business it paid its stockholders a dividend ,of 8 per cent per annum, Its early success forecastes the ituportant position it iis to occupy among the fiuancial institutions of the city. LAKE SIDE BAKERY BREAD, CAKES AND ROLLS FRESH EVERY DAY REIDEINGER & SCHOTTE, Props Corner xath and Plum St. Old Phone 25z ,, Pine Bluff, Ark. i Pfeifer Hemstedt Plumbing Co. PLUMBING, HEATING and GAS FITTING xx" 9 W. 4th St. STATE DIRECTORY, KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. State Council. Officers---Chaplain, Rt Rev. John B. Mor- ris, Little Rock; State Deputy, John H. Vaughn, Fort Smith; State Secretary, F. J, Ginocchio, Little Rock; State Treasurer, Ed McEvoy, Little Rock; State Warden, B. I. Dunn Fort Smith; State Advocate, C, H, Ivers, Fort Sm t. Little Rok. OfficersChaplaiu, Rev. P. Enright, V. G.; Grand I(night, T. J. McCarthy; Deputy Grand Knight, S. G. O'Rourke; Chancellor, Ifenry Lenslng, Fiuancial Secretary; John A. Vick. Recording Secretary; R. Miles. Warden, Herman J, I.ensing; Treasurer, Ed. ward O'Brien; Lecturer, J. V. Falini; Advo- cateJ. P, Cole; Inside Guard, F. C. Prieur; Outside Guard, J. J. Rice. Meetings First and third Wednesday nights of each month. HallOld convent building, corner Seventh and Louisiana streets, first and second floors Texarkana. Officers---Grand Knight, Thee. W. Hunter; Deputy Grand Knight, Gee. C. Maher; Chan- cellor, Gee. A. Landsdale; Financial Secre- tary, Victor A. Ghio; Recorder, Harry J. Browner; Treasurer, Will J. O'Dwycr; War- den, Andrew L, Doyle; Advocate Frank A. Thomas; t,eeturer, Patrick Byrne; Ins de Guard, Wm. Kelley; Chaplain, Rev. Jag M. Hayes. Meetings Second and fourth Monday nights of each month. HallThird floor Foreman building, cor. ner o! State Line avenue and East Third street. Pine Bluff. OfficersChaplain, Rev.'J. M. Lucy, V. G.l Grand Knight, Jules T. Borresen; Deputy Grand Kuight, T. M. Doyle; Chancellor, F. E. Deitz; Financial Secretary, John Kireh- graber; Recording stmretary, J. Frank Fra hey; Warden, Chae. J. Herman; treaner. Ben Sylventer; Lecturer, Rev. J. P. Pierce; Advocate, N. T. Jenkins; Inside Guard, Neddo Marlno; Outside Guard, John J. Dono van; Trustees, A. C. Briner, T. P. King and Peter Gang. Meetin|eFirst and third Thursday nights of each month. Hell--Imperial Lodge, K. of P., West Second avenue. Fort Smith. OfficereChaplain, Rev. P. F. IIoran, D. D.; Grand Knight, John II. Vauglm ; Deputy Grand Knight, Charles 1. Breslau; Chan eellor L. Keating; Finaneml Secretary, Joe Stiesberg; Recording Seretary, J. M. Rielly; Warden, A. E. Boqua, Jr.; Treasurer, W. J. Carter; Lecturer, Henry Kuper; Inside Guard, Dan ttarrlugton; Outside Guard, V. I. Meyern. . CHURCHDiRECTORY. St. Edw Church. Corner Ninth and Sherman. Father Maorun, O. S. B., Pastor. Sunday Servicen 6:3o a. m. 8:3o a. m. 10130 a. m. Benediction, 7:3o p. m, Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, Ninth and Marshall. Father Shannahan, Pastor. Sunday services 7:3o a. m. Ill:O0 It, Ill. Benediction, 7:3o P. m. St. Mary's Church. Sixteenth and Parker Streets, Argents. Father P. Bartodziy, Pastor. Sunday serviees 8 ;00 a. nl. lo:oo a. m. Benediction, 7:a9 P. m. St. Bartholomew's. Corner Sixteenth and Marshall Streets. Rev. Jpseph lIouinger, Pastor. Sunday services-- 7 :O0 a, In, 10:30 a. n], Sunday echool 9 :oo a, m. Serlnoll and Beneduction. 3:3o p. m, St. Andrew's Cathedral. Corner Seventh and Loulsiana. Rev. Thos V. Tobin. Rector. Sunday services 7:3o a. m. 9 :OO a. m. " 10:30 a, In. Benediction and confer- ence, 7:3o p. m. WESTERN HIDE & FUR CO. Tile \\;,Vesterll ltide and Fur C,m l)any is one of the largest ,l tile kind in this sectloll m" the etuntry ;ttld il operates two t)rauches in lilt. state. one located iu this city and the other ;it Fort Smiith. Tht. Little lG)ck house has been established for six years and eml)h)ys several llleu. The location is at ft)ot of Commerce street, which gives both river and r;lilroad facilities, lqere you cau lind all kiuds of hides, esl)ecially cow- hides, horsehides, sheep pelts, etc. They pay the highest prices for hides and if you bring them or ship them your hides, you will get right prices and prompt renlittance. The house has a large numl)er of patrons throughout this section of the conn- try anti while able to hohl old ones is gaining new ones every day. This cmnl)any buys furs, hides and wool ill small quantities ad ship same in wholesale quautities to large ntattufacturers in the East. Mr. Roy McKinney, the president and man- ager of the company, is a man of large experience in this line of bnsiness, and is making a wonderful success. He is a resident of Little Rock and is an interested believer in the future of the state and city. M. T. WELCH, TAILOR. Clothes don't ntake the mau, hut a good stylish suit itas a good deal to do towards establishiug his posi- tiou in the community. For fine tailor work there is no beter place in this section than Mr. Welch's es- tablishment, located in this city at 1o8 East Fifth street, with a local and long distance Bell telephone in connection No. 3179. Here you are guaranteed a correct tit, you have a large stock of stylish goods from which to make your selection, and at tile same time you get the very lowest prices consistent with first- class work. A choice stock of suit- ings is carried, representing all of the httest and most fashionahle weaves, Mr. Welch gives employ- ment to several experienced assist- ants and you will find complete satisfaction when ,tealing with him. At the present time he has some new and attractive woolens for your in- spection and if you have not yet got- tcu your suit you should come here and take a look hefore placing an order. You are as welcome to look as to buy. "His aim has not only been to gaiu custom, hut to retain it, and that this object has been successfuly accomplished is evident in the wide and permanent range of patronage he today enjoys among our leading citize,ts. Mr. \\;elch's address is Fifth and Maiu Streets-- Masonic Temple. It is said that our present Pope, after his elevation, liked to stray away front his guards for a little pri- vate walk in the Vatican gardens. Those fearful for the safety of the pontiff told him that he might meet unworthy persons. The answer of his great noble spirit was: "If they be nnworthy they have the greater need of seeing me." The largest Gothic monastery in this country is the Dontinican t-Iouse of Studies near the Catholic Uni- versity, and forming one of its pres- ent group of huildings affiliated with it. Its cost was about $25o,ooo. JUDGE W. M. TWEEDY. \\;Vishes his many friends a happy Thanksgiving. J. J. Healey C.A. Roth Only Chapel and Private Reeepti0n Rooms in the City Healey & Roth FUNERAL DIRECTORS Private Grey Ambulance, Day or Night Lady Assist.tat 719 Mtin Bt Little lock, A. WANTEDGirls to learn hairdress- culture; short time completes; the leading profession for girls, as our graduates are ill hag 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 grst ten students Write for par- ticulars to Pahner School of Hair- dressing, 22Ip', Main street, Little Rock, Ark S. D. ROSS, M. D. Practice limited to the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Expert examina- tion.s made for glasses. Spectacles, eye-glasses, chains and lenses are furnished at cost wb, jch is less than half the prices usually charged. 308 State Bank Building. L. S. Stahl TIN, SHEET IRON ANO COR- NICE WORKER Hot Air Furnaces. Metal and Slate Roofing. All Work Guaranteed. xx3-xx5 East Third Street. Phone 38o ..... Little Rock, Ark. :qllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll -St. Anne's Academy =---. _-= Fort Smith, Ark. - . Day and Boarding School Conducted by Sisters of MercT lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll `!!IllIllIllr. w = = Fall Millinery in Beautiful and _ Exclusive Des]fins -_: ILENSING'S i - 701 Main Street - Phone 2658 - 1 IIIII I II III IIII IIIII II III III II I IIIII II IIIII II II Iill II I IIIIIIIII I III II II III II IIIIIIII II IIIIIII III IIII I17" NAZARETH ACADEMY Nazareth, Kentucky. SISTERS OF CHARITY founded this Academy in I812. Buildings are spacious and have all modern improvements. Table provided from Academy farm. MUSIC AND ART DEPARTMENTS. Regular and elective courses. Progressive methods fhroughout the institution. Su?roundings are beautiful attd 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. The German National Bank OF LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS CAPITAL, $311,111 Fou,,ded 18,7a Surplus slid Prefitt, $350,000 R. A. LITTLE. Presldent E.T. REAVES, Cash:er R.H. THOMPSON. Asa'S Cssh'r O. P. ROBINSON. V..Pres. I). G. FONES. V-Pres. M.H. LONO. Aaa't Cash'r ,Oar,]: !i,t d.ee,.&..t, ..d the *alxrior eqoipment d oat Collecli .. D, elm .t, nt ttcr,d unequil, fadlit for nanollrlll aa Ouilnelll etto uaed 1o a,. J i conlervaUve yel prollrelllVe Inlnool WhiCh rllve Characterized the ntl, aai- meat  this bask have sot only marked  ho with sucoeat, hut aNum omatlaued tatty and utidnctioa to its, lmlrons. WI. PAY INTERP,$T ON TIME CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT We respectfully/nvlte Accoun/s of those who deslre a Sefe Deposltory for /heir Funds ",,}4,4,4..l,4,4,4.4,'',t',4',i4,4,4.,l.4-t,4"l" THE NAME KIMBALL ON A PIAN O 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.; FROM EVERY DIRECTION. that it has been made by skilled workmen, under the direction of Our customers are coming for the experts in their respective lines. good harness we manttfacture. That ability, experience a'l re- No matter where you go, you will sponsibility are back of the pi- see harness that is bought from this ano. The ear and the eye can. store, judge of the "It pays to trade at Pattison's ...... BEAUTY OF TONE ..... Try it. the satisfactory ease design and finish, but you must look to the P & C NAME for reliability of con- attison ompany struction and the assurance that HARNESS AND SADDLERY, the good qualities will endure. 3oz Louisiana Street. 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 I MILLINERy  give abundant proof of the MERIT of the KIMBALL. Hidhland Car " We have sold KIMBALL pianos for many years and have them in the best homes, schools BERNARD HEINZEE and colleges in Arkansas. We OONFEOTIONER guarantee these pianos. In buy- DET.TOXOU u PABR,XES ing a KIMBALL Piano, Player Piano or Organ, you positively Bread, Cako, Iolls, Creams, Etc. Both Phones 658 get greatest value obtainable. Prices modest Quality best. Sold on liberal terms of pay- -'111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 ment. i Established x853. Shrader's Photos Hollenberg Music Co. Are Better 6o4-6o6 Main Street. You know the superiority of The Oldest, the Largest, the SHRADER'S WORK. They Best Piano and Organ House in Arkansas. also want you to know you can . do better therc in prices. --..'-.--';==D:=-::==,I,,l*4. -- Their $4 photos are superior to any you can get elsewhere. - Their $5 pictures are better -'- - -'-- "'--- - -'-- - High G de than the so-called Sm photos at other places, ra - Their $6 pictures are winners. You cannot duplicatc them for Pri ting ---- three times the amount, n -- They make an $8 photo that  V ' SS = would he a bargain at $2o.  Ill _= Why not look at them. Their $9 photo is a creation == of true art. You will like it.  The New Era Pre 315 Wsst MarlrAam Pkons 5$6 K'O ---= _-- .-- _ ,-- - _-= 120 Main Street -= . 1 " E 1 Also Arti|tio llornl Tokens for Wcddinds 1 _---- Satisfaction or -- a specialty I I ---- money back ----- VESTAL'S, 409 Main St. P. M. PALEZ. Manader. .'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlUlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Phone 463 After bu,ineu hours call 687 i If it is Drugs, Soda or Cigars Pho.es ,99s; gg# WE HAVE IT Public Drug Company Markham and Center  FOR QUICK DELIVERY Subscribe for the Cos. F.=r. ooo MiN srs. Southern Ouardian Printing ii Favor us with your next order. Prompt deBvery and our prices are right. New Era Press 15 West Markham Street E