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Page Thirty THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 17, 1927 .A3A__ L , ~1 n ............... ,i,rm ,-- CATHOLIC DONNA- oo1 re.maining sidewheeler of every plantation hand in hearing red glow on |be river, which was at I There is now talk of putting two i "Listen," remarked the in an age of ugly tugs and prosaic and start them shouting, "Listen to flood stage. Knowing his steam-l horns on motorcars, the idea being, i ed driver over his shoulder, sternwheelers, also was the last racer i the Lovin' Kate." I boats, Nelson jumped, as did the [ doubtless to have one say, Look i bergh got to Paris withe worthy of the name on the lower] The last l~ate Adams was built in three men aboard an engineer and I out!" and the other tos y, "I told I vice from the back sea river. It was left for her to carry|1899 and made her maiden trip on two roustabouts, l you so!" i News. on the tradition of the Rober~ E. Lee, IThanksgiving Day of that year. She Five minutes later the Kate Ad- I (C. . A. Bu etin, . ugusta, G ")]the Natchez and the J M. White, the lPlied the Mississippi and Ohio aras' pilot house, decks and cabin] "t"~~"I~t't~'t'~'t-I't~'I'H~ When papers like the Fellowship/ three great racers of the past thatI through years that the river trade were in flames and her smokestacksI Forum, which accused Catholics of! gave the old steamboat days their ] was dwindling fast to a mere shadow toppled in. She burned for an hour,' ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS, HALF OF WHICH HAVE poisoning President Harding to place most glamorous touches. I of its former glory. Her size and a beacon light against the turbulent PRIVATE BATH Calvin Coolidge in the White House,Only last Summer the Kate Ad- elegance (as river elegance goes) continually yell that Catholics are ares raced and beat the City of Louis- were of a kind unknown to the pres- river, until nothing remained except the charred hull, burned to the wa- EVERY ROOM HAS A TOILET dominating the government and yetville up the Ohio and in another race ent generation of steamboats--the ter's edge. neverfeel it necessary to endeavor . , " th " ' HOWE HOTEL made theTom Joneslookhkea last of that fleet of which Clyde to substantmte then" assertmns, Ca - - . , , I olics as a whole are of the coin|on scow. Fitch, when a newspaper reporter, t The rider stopped short as if in that the source of such charges is a Aside from the two gayly paintedonce wrote: "A steamboat is an en-iamazement' and then slowly dis- HOT SPRINGS, ARK. suT~eT: ;::U;sh:a:~:n~;g to read Ph:d~:st::i%I~;h;d:ir'bre:~hd: g:g:a;nL;kftWiuthd$~l'?00 worth of mou2tt:dnger,,' said he, "I ain't goin' ROOF GARDEN, CAFE, AND PRIVATE GARAGES his Two ears ago, as the sole survivor .... recentl- in - f'e^r~ia ~a*-er with anti tinguishing possession was her w - Y I to let a little nmtter of ninety-five A Fireproof European Plan Hotel ..... J . ,''~ : ~; v ~ .... - tle It was the same whistle that of a glamorous past, the Kate Ad-! dollars stand between me and a mule . . ~ba~nolle tendencies, the iOllOwlng eft- ~ . - .... ~ ............... "- ~" - - itorial credited to the Christian Index had graced the fnst Kate Adams in ams made the Marm t~ras ~rlp irom trade Thenude's yourn " Out d. WILL I-IUW~, Vtce-l-'restaent and Manager of Atlanta ' * ].882 and the second Kate Adams the Cincinnati to New Orleans, which is look " ' " - [ "rPh; 1" nnf a Cah,~l~ ..... ,,~*r" next year. There has been nothing the most festive event of the river " I ~ 4"+'t'+++++'t~++++++++'t~++++++'t'++4mu+~ ~...,...~. - ...... ,:;,,~ ~;- z like it on these stemners for many of the present. Soon after that she. . [ .~ ~ ,~. ~ ,~, ~-~ ~, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ anu we oeneve never Wnl De, ou~; as was chartered for a eriod of three "~" ~'" ~'~ ~'-~" "*-~ ~-~ ~-~ ~~ ~ ~-~" ~'~ ~"~" ~'~" certain as you l'ive they are deeply years ' ..... ' " -hs b the UniveP~sal Pictures ] ~i~('~(~(5~~T'-~(~(fi~(~~ entrenched at Washington By the In the whistles oI a WhOle Ilee~ oI men| y - ~ ] . .... ~ ....... ~,o~towboats of today thele is no more Corporation re1 the filming of some t~ powerful lobbying" orga " < " " ' " ' " notlo; ic WHEN VISITING IN PINE BLUFF fh~,, ~.~,~ . w~. ' i,~t~f~" ,nc1"h~"~h~ individuality than in so :many penny of the river sceneSofin the l,,Uncle " T0m'sP- Remember the ---House away from ~'~'~ in;;piiTabl~nin77uen~'~. Which ~they whistles A blast from the Kate ture production L" - , ................ lan Cabin " When Director Harry Pol-home The old and hospitable He|ill -r-~ ~ILH~J%.I ~ll~ lU||li~i~|I~l~ the federal appointments in Washing- heard at g" Y " ...... ' ~ erie ........... i m ..... ",f'o< wm;om F ~'~ nlz ton. Note this list, recently publish-inland. It rattled windows .on the 8. last, Wh~ ;~.e,son, ne~ ma~e ?Zu ~,ill~;-,,-,~,, ~,,,,,~2~-.~-~,~ ,,~~ da,~ " ~ "-- ed" shore and startled the sluggish cat- hke mate oI Down ~ne otner craI~ ~n ......... , ................... ~ .........~ ~k&'] - ........... -1 ~ ..... +~" .... me name looked out clerk; Jas. A. Torbet, clerk. L~ " 'In our treasury department, in lish on ~ne oo~com une mas~ was nuu uu..=--~ o. , "~,~ r~ ~t.~wmw~ I w~-~tm which the work of rob|bit|on is lodg- enough to set a-tingling the spines of his stateroom window and saw a t~- ~/ I.~'~ s ~, r cen Pthe a e ~-~ ~ ,~. l.ltll..~a~l ~2f~]~l.~' ed, 70 pe . t of employes , r~ T. - - ........... : : : : : .... ~'~ Catholics. In the war department 53 ~ ........ "- ........ ~' ~ ~F1MI~RAI MCk~P|TA|. per cent of the civilians and 70 per ~ Compnmen s o 1 cent of the arm~z employes are Cath- * ~ ~AkA,~'~#~.~.%~W%%~ rOY~ "~w "V"~"~"~"~~ ohes. In the department of justice ~ " 73 per cent; in insular affairs, 39. t Natmnal Lumber & Creosoting Co. I JONESBORO, ARKANSAS per cent; in the Indian affairs, under T ~ ~ t~l t~ ~'~& the department of the interior, 95; t " TEXARKANA, ARK. I ~nero-~om in the educational bureau, 60 per cent ~ l .... tikYr ar~,,Payists.' # ........ ---+-d[ Bottling Company The, one point of weakness in Mr. : : : : : : : : : "-: : -" "- ..... . ...... Wilson's administration, in our judg- . ---: : : : , .1-t'-t'++ :-: : ,4-: " ++'Imu'Imu't~'t~ .... ment, was his willingness to put so I:~ ' ~1 Carbonated ~.. many Catholics into office. No one + "WHERE GOOD FURNITURE IS NOT EXPENSIVE" would object to a reasonable proper- $ _+_1 Beverages tion of Catholics being appointed, but[:~ _, ~ ....... ~ [ " , ~)~ . ' when the record shows such an amaz-I, S]moson & Webb Furniture t',o. PINE BLUFF, ARK ing disproportion in well nigh every T " 1 '-[ department at Washington, the aver-[:~ ~ ' T SECOND AVENUE +l i![y.~TTitd,P~oe:7~l]ald}~e~Ti{~f~n~il~ 212 214 21odjEoSNILY STORE ~]~'~r~r~'%%%%~ Offers an exceptional opportunity for young P " women contemplating the in this particular 3. vr FURNITURE ., Three years ago the same charge]~ ~ +1 ,.\~t was made. A Washington attorney,/ FLOOR COVERINGS $1 (';tlTane C;ernr.qfnre =, T. J. Donovan, ma(.e a ourvey of the / + ..... , . ,. o + I l urslng yroresslon situation, using as his basis a recordI ~ ~IUVI~ .~kl~l.) l~./-~l~l~D , $[ S.P. HARRISON Prop ~k-'-~ open to everyone, the current Con-I~ +1 ~ . d, gressional Record. His findings, which[ + : r, .. The school chartered by the State and ac_c.re e were incorporated hxto an editorial|I " I| HI 111 II, + t lgars Lantnes |ted by the State Association of Nurses. Tl re /'V UUl?lll.,il.~ .tL-I-~ .n.L~_,ra.~J~L,~ +| -- . --. . ~.*~a __ .. .~ _..~ by the Macon Telegraph and repub-]~ _ Ferlodlcal$ t&i@ years course. Monthly allowance, unnor-* lished by the Dalton Citizen and oth-[$ II I[T TI I--I I ' +1 " ~ )urnished er papers, revealed that out of a total[t t It' UI% ll,311tl2~lt,J :~l n c,,~,.i A ...... ~t~ : oI 1,oo7 names hs~eo and checKeu ]nl.~ 1 a~ the directory, there ,,-ere 67 Ca|h-I i PINE BLUFF, ARK., ~:1 HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK I ARKANSAS olics---with ten doubtful. [ 2~ '. , $ | I fromThU1'65 iI tonS|end80 perf centeathlifSof theseh l ding [ ~H~+~t'qmu+++~-H'+'~++'t~++++'~+-l@l " : l lof-[ I-:llll! I-l-l-I-|-:-l-/~1 ]1 ~tx~ flees, they held not more than 5 per ~,. A~ "~ " cen; RE' ., piled---and the Christian Index says[~l " PINE BLUFF----JONESBORO 11 ' i ~ that "the present administration has/l . ~/ . / e t lm rove th sltuatlon ~ r [ ~ .norse d.o ,p, ..... 1lt Try one pair of Areh Preserver Shoc.,. Le,~rn fo t/ , in ~ms parucmar ---a check oi ~ne]][ yourself the advantages offered by the many ~] lne wauKesna I names m the Congressmnal Record, .