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PAGE TWENTY THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1920. ii : " i ! Reynolds-Davis charge of the Parish of Our Lady of Good Counsel Church in Little Rock previous to coming to Fort Smith in 1906. He has greatly improved the Church of the Immaculate Concep- tion here. Rev. Dr. Horan has labor- ed and still labors indefatigably for the glory of God and the spiritual welfare of his people. He is jealous- ly devoted to the religious instruc- tion non-Catholics under instruction and as a result has received a very great number into the church. He is very devoted to the religious instruc- tion of the children, taking great care to prepare them for the reception of the sacrament. He is most devoted and regular in the discharge of his sacred duties, having regular hours for the celebration of the Holy Mass daily, prayers every evening in the church and confessions. It is doubt- ful if any clergyman of any faith in the state is more universally popular with members of other denominations and with the public in general, for bes!(les being a devout priest, Rev. Dr. Hm'an is regarded and looked up- on by all as one of the leading citi- zens of Fort Smith. Cultured Priest. Dr. Horan who, when not engaged in pastorial duties, leads the life of a hermit amidst the books of his large library, is very popular among the members of his parish. As a lecturer on literary and patriotic themes he has few equals in the country. His memory is prodigious; he can astonish a German with quotations from Schil- ler and Goethe, make an Italian mar- Grocery Company ! FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS Branch Houses at Van Buren, Ark., Mena, Ark... We Guarantee Our Truth and Gobbler Brand of Canned Goods to be 'the best that can be had for the price. Satisfaction is guaranteed or money refunded. OUR MOTTO: Dependable Merchandise, Good Ser- vice and Right Prices. Oscar Fentress Undertaking Co. Ililllllllllltllhll IIlll+l LMIlillll.llilllllllllll] tlll)ltlllll ;IlIIillltll Illt+ltllltt II]ltlllltllllillll IlllPlIHllllllllllll Illl llllllllllii IlllIMlIIiIlllllllltlll Itlltlllllllltllti!llt!lllllllllllillllEI FUNERAL DIRECTORS Auto Ambulance Phone 778 Lungmotor 1110 Garrison Ave. FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS Q Merchants National Bank For Safety and Service FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS Capital .... $400,000.00 I Surplus .... $100,000.00 Undivided Profits - $341,000.00 I ! W. J. Echols Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS f,. FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS ' Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries FIRST NATIONAL BANK FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS Arkansas' Oldest and Largest National Bank Capital, Surplus and Profits, $900,000.00 4% Interest Paid on Savings Accohnts Immaculate Church especially Father Thomas and Father Basil. The second was the church, I CAPTURE A SMILE TODAY LET US FINISH IT Developing Rolls any size ........ Developing Film Packs any size. You'll Like Our Quality Kodak McCAIN PHOTO CO. Fort Smith, Ark. MANSFIELD HARDWARE CO. Mansfield, Van Buren and Ft. Smith, We furnish the Home, Farm or Phone 349 C. J. MURTA large(l by Father Thomas, and fres- coed by Father Basil. As soon as the 618 Garrison Ave Ft. Smith, Ark. The Big House of Period Furniture Mahogany,- American Walnut and Ivory. Their looks create the interest and the price closes the sale. built in 1887, and considerably en- / ......................................... church was completed a frame school was added to the building. Father Plus, in 1892 built the parish hall, at l a later date the fine residence for the [Sisters, installed the pipe organ and the beautiful high altar. Rev. Basil Egloff, O. S. B., Pastor of St. Boniface Father Basil, the present pastor, who began his administration in 1911, commenced his career with a notable achievementthe new school. It is a two-story brick structure with a base- ment of Carthage stone, elegant to behold and conveniently fitted for its purpose. vel at hm famflmty wth Dante, ut ..... P ] Taking it all around St. Bonifaces to shame a Frenchman with ready represents a well-equipped and com- passages from Racine or Victor Hugo, I plete church plant. The pastor is a rouse the envy of an English scholar ] general favorite. The Sisters conduct with his fluency in Shakespeare, not lbesides the schook.a very creditable to speak of Horace or Sophocles little conservatory of nmsic. I whose dead languages are alive on his -- I tongue. PRECEPT FOR BOYS. I Genial Host. -- " I Far from the proverbial pedantry A very successful teacher of boys of the philologist, however, he is a gave six "remembers" to his pupils: .First--That a quiet voice, cour- tesy and kind acts are as essential to the part in the world of a gentle- man as of a gentlewoman. Second--That roughness, bluster- ing, and ever foolhardiness are not manliness. The most firm and courageous men have usually been the most gentle. Third--That muscu'.ar strength is not health. Fourth--That brain crammed omy with facts is not necessarily a wise one. FifthThat the labour impossible to the boy of fourteen will be easy to the man of twenty. Sixth--That the best capital for a boy is not money, but a love for work, simple tastes and a heart loyal to his friends and his God. Fort Slnith High School most genial host and loves to have his house resonant with the cheerful company of fellow priests. He takes care that them, is no ennui among his guests, for he has command of an inexhaustible fund of stories, which he tells with the art of a perfect mas- ter. WALL PAPER Sherwin-Williams PAINT JAMES HARTSHORN 14 N. 9th Street White Lead Oils Decorative Supplies GOI)T BROS. DRUG STORE 723 Garrison Ave. Prescription Specialists Elmer's Candies Fountain Drinks "Parker's Lucky Curve" Fountain Pens Phones 284 and 285 HOBBELL'S BAKERY Cor. 14th and Grand Phone 3112 French and Whole Wheat Bread a Specialty Open Everyday except Saturday ST. BONIFACE CHURCH AND SCHOOL The German Catholics of Fort Smith have a fine block of property on North Eighteenth and B Streets, originally donated to them by Bishop Fitzgerald, and since covered by the efforts of the parish with five sub- stantial buildings. The first erected in 1886, was the priestis residence which, however has been enlarged and variously improved by later pastors, ........ ... +..: .... :.:._, ++., :.:, . :+i.+ +. ...:.i:+,,++++.:.,++ ..:+:+:+.+:++u.++.-:._';.,+_., :.:,..+i;:. ,,+.-:+.=+::= ..... .... .+ FT. SMITH SUI'I'LY Barber and Toilet Public Stenol our office. Phones 21 South 6th Fort Smith The Stamlard Pl Willis A. Roscoe H. Plumbing, Gas Fitting 113 North 10ti Teh Fort Smith L. F eenbelg & Pipe, Rafts, Steel New and Second GAS WELL, MINE, BUILDERS 800-906 Fort Smith, "Say It With GEORGE "So,he Phone 116 Member F. T. D, Fort Smith, ..:L: Hats of Style Hats of Hats of Are To Be "Just a Littl, and a Little At the Southern Whole+sale a, Phone 712