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t PAGE EIGHTEEN Hawkins Pharrn00cy Drugs and Nunnally&apos;s Candies Ninth Street and Garrison Avenue. $ i Phone 272 Fort Smith, Ark. .-:..}.}.t..t-r.s..z.,..}.+, EDMONDSON BAKERY COMPANY i 21-23 North Tenth and A Streets i t Phone 972 .Fort Smith, Ark. t We Want Your Patronage. Our Bakery Goods are . First Class. Cor. 10th and A St. The Store of Service It Pays to Trade at the Boston Store The Store  Fashion Fort Smith - - - Arkansas FORT SMITH WINi)0W GLASS CO, I All Kinds of Glass for Building Purposes  I Phone 459 102 North Tenth Street 4, 0. K. Storage & Transfer Company We Haul or Store Anything Phone 230--777. Office 15 North 4th Street. _h._=- ..... , Fort Smith, Ark. When in Fort Smith Stop at--- FENOLIO HOTEL (Newly Remodeled) Mrs. K. Fenolio, Proprietress 0 all outside rooms. Hot and Cold Baths on each Floor. Rooms 50c and up. Special Rates by the week. 109.1/., Garrison Ave. Fort Smith, Ark. KOLLER-McKIM Pdumbing Co. Natural Gas Appliances, Phone 743 Water, Steam and Gas Fitting R ound Oak Warm Air Furnaces for wood, coal or gas. 16 N. 7th St. Ft. Smith, Ark. HAYES CAFE Sanitary Throughout All spotless white tables. We serve the best the market affords. Open Day and Night. Phone 1666 Fort Smith, Ark. 605 Garrison Ave. CITY FEED COMPANY 923 Rogers Avenue Fort Smith, Arkansas Flour, Feed, Groceries and Fresh Meats We deliver anywhere in the city. Phone 780 and 781 Don't Overlook THE Ah(AI When you come to Fort Smith We carry a select stock of Millin- ery GOods, Ladies' Ready-to-wear, Gents Furnishings, Boys' Clothing, IIousehold goods and everything that goes to nmke up a first class department store. Give us a look. Prendergast & McShane THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1920. HAIti) AND SOFT WOOD TIMBER Fort Smith is the milling center for the hardwood forests which are the .ource of supply for all of the Ameri- ('an wood working centers an([ the north limit of the Southern pinerics. CENTER OV FOOD PROI)UCTION The li'ort Smith territory is the most profitable fruit and vegetable grow- I ing section of the United States, ac-] cording to census relmrts. THE PI[OGRESSIVE ELEMENT IN TH E SADI)LE This city so wonderfully blessed by nature, ha at last realized the fact that cities arc man built, regardless of natural advantages, and the progres- sive element with "Lets Build Fort Smith Instead of Watching Her Grow" as heir slogan, have deter- mined to recover Fort Smith's lost heritage and place he= in the front rank of American cities, where she belongs. REAL CITY BUILDERS While the centers of oil and mineral )roducti0n show rapid growth for a .bort time, the building of solid per- manent cities of more than four or the ordinary branches studied in grade schools, also the advanced] courses lmrsued in high schools. [ The co:n?::ll.:ieaCi:o]ulC:U:::i'domestic' St. Anne's Aca00 art receive particular attention. Music based on the study of the old masters, is thoroughly taught and musicales and recitals are frequent. In addi- tion to the reguhtr course, the talent of the pupils is further developed by ensemble playing and chorus work. Alunmae Association. The Academy has a very large A1- mnnae Association, whose members, scatterc<l far and wide, are proof positive, were proof needed, of the excellence of the work accomplished ! in this institution. Manifest Success. At the commencement exercises this year, teachers and pupils, and the parents and friends of the latter, were honored and delighted by the presence of their beloved bishop, Rt. Rev. J. B. Morris, D. D., who con- ferred the rewards of merit, and who spoke in the highest praise of the youthfdl perfomnances, and of the manner in which they acquitted them- selves of their respective parts. affords every facility for a solid and refined education. rest assured that every attention consistent with a mild ernment will be paid to the pupils at this most care will be taken, to nourish in their minds those virtue and religion which alone can render education The courses of study range from the kindergarten to the school. Special attention is given to vocal music in class and to work. The musical department is very thorough. St. Anne's Academy has in addition to its boarding and young ladies, a special department for boys under age. Fees for bath, board and tuition are moderate. plication. St. Anne's Acadern FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS Hotel The The Pride of Fort Smith The Progressive City of 'the Soul St. Anne's Academy ive tbousand population is ira.possible wifhout factories, and wholesale dis- ributing houses, for they attract coun- ty merchants who buy from the re- ailer, goods in all lines that are not carried in the smaller towns, and tbey furnish employment the yea,-" round fro" the army of sldlled work- nen who pa), out their eanaings to the 'Butdher, Baker and Candle Stick l School For Boys. Near St. Anne's Academy for girls there is a day and boarding school for boys under twelve years of age. Re-opens in September. Both schools will re-open on the first Tuesday in September. For terms, etc., please address Sister of Mercy. Maker." ] ST. EDWARD'S INFIRMARY In addWon to being the indespen-] _ tble city bmhhng factors, the Fret At sh is  ". ' " ' [ a. ortd" tance from the schools Smith mmufaetmes and jobbers, "-. "  " . ' "'" " " . - [the Sisters of Mercy also conduct the ]th fe exceptmns co operate m all " ;' . " '" I popular institution known as St. Ed- rmvements to adwmee the city's at-[ward's Infirmary. trial interests, i The infirmary, although still in its By reas(;n of their trade SerritorY[teens, has long since proved alto- being beyond the local daily field, manufacturers and jobbers do not ad- vertise in them, but the new Fort Smith spirit is shown by the fac. th'at gethor inadequate to tim demands of the public. Promise of Extension. It is hoped however, that the Sis- more regular advertising space in lhe local dailies is now used by Fort ters, with the help of the business Smith jobbers and manufacturers than men of the city and other friends, ,will be able to erect a new St. Ed- was ever used before in this or any l . . this ward s at an early (late. other city of an), .qize. Thev sa, -unount of ad space was bought sire- Bishop Morris I)mmtes $2500. ply to boost the boosters, at a time when they needed it. SAINT ANNE'S ACADEMY Of Famous Merit in Diocese. This magnificent, up-to-date buiht- ing, of gray brick, with white stone trimming, is healthfulyy and beauti- fully locate(I near the Catholic Church at. the head of Garrison Avenue. The grounds arc ample and attrac- tive, affording facilities for all man- ner of out-door games. The basement of the Academy con- tains rooms for recreation and for domestic a, and rooms for trunks for furnaces, and etc. Bright and well ventilated halls, re- ception room, commercial and class- rooms occupy the first floor. On the second floor =re large airy dormitories, private rooms, bath- rooms, laboratories, etc. Music Depfirt mont. The music department, is on the third floor. Here, also, is the audi- torium, with a seatihg capacity of six hundred The curriculum includes all The Sisters and all the well wishers[ of St. Edward's are extremely grate- I I ful to the good bishop of Little Rock,[ Rt. Roy. J. B. Morris, D. D., for his I munificent donati6n of $2500.00, to- wards the erection of the new infiun- ary. Hasten, friends of the infirnmry, Fort Smith, and elsewhere, hasten to follow the bishop's good example, and soon the new St. Edward's will grace the city and glmtden the hearts of all, especially those of the poor and needy. Sketches From Local Pa.pers rom the Minutes of St. Edward's Guild' and From the Infirmary Notebook. "St. Edward's Infirmary is a com- paratively young institution, but with I a history unusually illustrious and brilliant because of its unrivaled success in surgery, medical attend- ance and nursing. 'It was founded about 14 years ago, the first patient being received Dec. 4, 1905. It is a Catholic institution in that it was built by agencies of the Roman Cath- olic Church in this city, but it is Catholic also, in the bro..der sense of all embracing. By this is meant that St. Edward's Infirmary Owned and Operated by SOUTHWESTERN HOTEL CO. Under the Personal Supervision of H. GRADY MANNING FORT SMITH WAGON Manufacturers of Farm, ons, Oil Teaming Drays. Every Fort Smith Wagon is Guaranteed. Write for Illustrated Folder No. S. ' i t i WESTERN GRAIN Mfgs. and Jobbers HAY----=FLOUR---GRAIN We Make a Specialty of Mixed CarS. When in the market Wire, Phone or i Long Distance Phone 9914 FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS ,H,,I 4,,H.} .I..}4..'..I $ t i !i!!i i!{t We :3:: !. ". :32:1i! Clean Ptmi,! .:/: :. FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS. t