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Page Four THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 9, 1927 _ .m H 17f~/ Eas~r Guide--"A single false step at thisl ~ Pc i~ O~r moment would mean instant death."[ j__:/O~S Mountain Climber--"It's just like J tron [ Benton Bank & Trust Company ill ~ Ibeing back in New York !"--Life. ] ~--- "-"---= Alice--"He's wonderful, my dear; ~~] ,{he talks like a book." I Gladys--"Yes; but you can't shut of Ihim up as easily." Compliments Compliments BOTTLING CO. Phone 304 Dealers in ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, SASH AND DOORS Cedar and Cypress Shingles CONWAY, ARK. R. C. ROSE, Pres. C. L. MOORE, Jr., Cashier R. E. FLETCHER, Vice-Pres. Citizens Bank of Osceola Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 -- _ - _ H--'- BURKE'S PHARMACY WHERE QUALITY COUNTS POCAHONTAS, ARK. United Insurance Agency James E. Parr, Pres. V. C. Petrie, Vice-Pres. J. E. McKee, Sec.-Treas. E. B. Grady, Manager Gregg Building JONESBORO, ARKANSAS Phone 156 European Plan Drilling's Hotel 206 Northwest Railway Ave. MORRILTON, ARKANSAS Clean, Sanitary and Cozy Rooms. Steam Heated---Best in City. Hot and Cold Water Fine Shower Baths. Twenty-four Hour Service Filling Station in Connection. Cars Washed. Storage Room for Cars if Desired. o~aa~n~Ims4mm~o - - CONWAY, ARK. Nu-Grape Distributors of Budweiser THE NILOAK Manufacturers of " N I L O A K " Benton, Ark. Visit our factory CLEM WALD HARNESS and SADLERY PARIS, ARKANSAS ..... PreMtt-Rogers Abstract Co. LOANS INSURANCE BONDS OSCEOLA, ARK. Auto Liability Insurance A Specialty "~r~~ T Established 1872 Daly's Monumental Works High Class Monuments Fort Smith, Ark. Sole Distributors of Famous MONTELLO GRANITE BERI Dealers in Itl All Kinds of Building Materials [111 Lh_-* ,. Phone 332 CONWAY, ARK. Hill RIGHT Faulkner County Bank & WRONG WAY Exclusively Ford Mechanics Know everything there is to know about your FORD. They get- at the trouble in the quick- est time, thereby making the bill less. Center's REPAIR 'FORDS ONLY "We Know We Know Fords" Phone 892 800 Rogers Avenue Capital and Surplus, CONWAY, ARKANSAS Hark[ Rejoicing chimes are ranging, Earth no longer is for~.orn; Happy hearts once mors are singing With the Joy of Easter morn. In the chancel bloom the flow'rs, Llliss fragrant, fair and whitqh 2kftsr all ths cheerless hours Of our penitential night. Chant the singers of Christ's glorF, Kneel the worshipers to pray, And again we hear the story Of his Resurrection day/ Oh! the Joys of Easter morning When with Christ we leave earth's sod~ .. When th~ surly spring is dawning And we,worship near to Gods A Good Place to Live Make It Your Home HOT SPRINGS PUBLIC Forty-four Years of Successful Operation. and Steady Growth Gives Us Ample Experience to Give Dependable Service MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK FORT SMITH, ARK. Since 1882 PAGAN CUSTOM OF ~ --- .,-. --.~ + .:. RITE OF EXPIATION [[li I I~"' ' ' '( CELUMBER Feast o? Purification in An- cient Rome. [ [ Arkansas SoftPine February 15 stood for the feast of purification, when worshipers of the [[I] [ | CROSSETT-WATZEK-GATES INDUSTRIES pagan gods indulged in rites and ecru- [[[[ [ | Fordyce Lumber Co., Fordyce, Ark Crossett Lumber Co., Crossett, Ark s. monies of expiation. The pagan ob-~ | | Jackson Lumber Co., Lockhart, Ala. Crossett Timber & Dev. Co., ~fe, ~--"*~*~****0~*'*~IMII C*o...**Wo.**.~oW..O*. O.,e.~*oe~o.~n~oO* was in some of its aspects similar In -~11~ tenPUrpseseason.t the modern Christian Len- ]H[ [ FORDYCE, ARKANSAS The Roman Februa was the most re- I *~~t*'~*'~i~"'' markable of the feasts of the ancient Romans. The love Of the present-day Italian for frequent religious observa- ~,~..~__ _ .=. .=. .~. .=.. .;. tlons, saints' days and festivals may be a heritage from those distant an- cestors who worshiped the innumer- able deities of their polytheistic faith. These rites and feasts were, says Gib- ben, the Detroit News recalls, "closely interwoven with every circumstance of buelnes~ and pleasure, of public or of private life, and it seemed impossible to escape the observance of them with- out at the same time renouncing the commerce of mankind and all the of- rices of amusement and society." To avoid participation in these vari- ous festivities, without thereby Incur- ring popular or official displeasure and its accompanying punishment, was one of the chief concerns of the early Christians of Rome. There came s time, however~ when the shoe was on the other foot, and the triumphant Christians attached severe penalties to the observance of the old feasts. The ~estlval of purification became the Christian Lenten season, the spring celebration of the pagans became the Easter of the Christians, and the De- cember Saturnalia was superseded by Christmas. *I wish for you an Easter day, Just filled to overflowing With JOy of spring and sunny" sklss And God's fair green things growlag. SUBIACO COLLEGE Conducted by the Benedictine Fathers Two Pre-Academic Classes, Regular Classical High School Course, Four-Year ence Course, Regular Four-Year Course, Four-Year College Course, L A. B. Degree. REV. BENEDICT BORGERDING, O. S. B., President ._-. ._-. COMPLIMENTS OF ! Rev. P. Plac dus Oechsle, 0. S. B. Welcome Easter Meuage More people go to church on Easter Sunday than upon any other day In the year, because the message is a funda- mental one, and whatever else Chris- tians may be charged with, the truth Is the mass of the Christian people really believe in the fundamentals of their religion. Perhaps. if they heard more sermons on the resurrected Christ, more pews would be filled than are. Jesus said, "I~ I be lifted up,"l will draw all~nen to Me," and those churches in which a real living Christ iS preached do 'not lack attondanis. ALTUS, ARKANSAS