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a detailed descrip- ?tiE departments, but DooMet contain- will be supplied Jno. F. Manier, who in this business for S years, is the man- experience in this ure Resort, him to secure the* and staff of attend- are welcome. When :Hot Springs call at the will take pleasure in III through. The rest room is free for the vacation plan hotel I ES, Manag i Hot Sp I ST. MARY'S CHURCH. St. Mary's, of the Springs--the first Catholic Church erected to the honor of God in Hot Springs, was a frame structure built by Father McGowan ome time in the sixties. The site of the ohl church is now known as l,'ountain Square at the junction of Central, Park and Whittington ave- nues. Father McGowan served the spiritual needs of the Catholics of Hot Springs and the surrounding country until ]870. The Rev. P. H. Garaghty was ap- pointed pastor June 11, 1870, and la- TOWNSEND HOTEL ao THE GUARDIAN, SATUR i bored faithfully until his death, which( took place March 4, 1895. It was during his administration that the t present brick church at the corner of] Central and Whittington avenues wa, lmilt. The cornerstone was laid in I 1.882. [ Four days after the death of Father 1 Gara/4"hty the Rev. M. G. McGi:I asl appointed pastor and remained ih O (ha)ge until he l(tired in ,July, 191., DAY, JULY 31, 1920. i PAGE FORTY-SEVEN IMMACUIATE COb4CEi"I'ION down with sublime indifference upon lChureh of the hnmaculate Conception CHURCH, FOIl',' SM1TH, ARK the ('.hanging scene below, as if it here. He is most zealous as a pastor, [ wouhl reproach the multitudes there worldng indefatigably for the g'.ory of One of the grandest structures Iwitli their forgetfulness of the transi- God and the spiritual welfare of his that enhances "the eye of the visitor torincss of human pursuits and re- people. to Fort Smith is the beautiful church] minds them, by its unchangeableness Under his prudent and guiding hand of the hnmaculate Conception. Lo- of the eternal years. Van l',uren, Jenny Limt, Greenwood cated at the head of the Main street] Very Rev. P. F. Horan, D. D., pas- and Bonanza have been recently of the city it is an eloquent preacher. I or of this church needs no introduc, placed, and his charge over these rots- The church is one of the most "gor-[ tion as his host of friends is unlimit - sions nmke the people proud of their geous and beautiful in the diocese, trod On July 26, 1912, Bishop Morris ap- its inspiring heights elewlte the soul pointed Rev. J. O'Niell Doyle pastor to heaven. Like a faithful sentinel but a young life that seemed so full it stands guard over the humbler of promise was cut short, for scarcely edifices around it and warns their in- ten months after his appointment, he ,mbitants alike of their dangers and their duties by the music of its bells. Erect in silent dignity it receives the first beams of the morning and when twilight has begun to shroud every- thing in its neighborhood, the f:ash of sunset lingers on its lofty summits. One cannot but be devotional with- in its walls. Every morning and eve- ning finds a goodly number among the congregation attending Mass and evening devotion. At most all hours of the day one finds some quiet souls pouring out thanksgivings to Our Blessed Lord in the Holy Eucharist or seeking c(nsolation or asking fav- ors from the Ahnighty who can help and does not refuse to send His bless- mg upon all His suppliant children. The slender towering steeple looks ed. Since 1906, when he came to Fort Smith, he has greatly improved the ROCKAFELLOW BATH HOUSE AND HOTEL C. A. Rockafellow, Proprietor-" Hot and Cold Running Water in Every Room in Hotel OLDEST BATH HOUSE IN HOT SPRINGS Rebuilt 1901. Private Dressing Rooms, Water Direct from the Ohl Egg Spring--Famous for Boiling Eggs. Needle, Shower and Vabor Eggs..Needle, Shower and Vaoor ment. Complete Gymnasium. Mar- ble Dressing Rooms and Bath Hails Hot Springs, Ark. )astor and from all parts of this ter- ritory his sound and prudent fatherly advice is sought. Hot Springs, Ark. New Waukesha Hotel Everything New but the Name 100 Rooms--European Modern in all Appoint- ments. Bath House in Connection J. A. Cameron, Prop. d ,outth !:'" " " ' "  ' " ' '" "" r e I:: 'MODERA;i;E RATES '" , ,i, was stricken with paralysis and after / i?.,, Priprietor llOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS $ two years of suffering, he departed [1 mrhlea********++***':'*'************ * this life. r  ,-, - The present pastor, Rex,. Wm. o 1- . -10.:, Cmro]l, took charge August ]7, 1913 nl;s emp ' ................................. - / ",,.. _ : He was ordained priest in 1902. Spent / :iF DDIKTI "  | first tv, o years of hs prmstly hfe as _ _ S4, a.ll],,.-'- i pastor of Van Buren and Fayetteville nited i .! Then was pastor of Eureka Spring. I GoodPlace to Live I`r 00,horo ho endeared __ 0(I,(," ,. ,.JLa, &i,., LJ .,L,  himself to the whole community. ]ISHER y Make it votw Home j Coming to Hot Springs in 91, hi | llaKe lrour rlolne [ zeal for the glory of God and his I..,._,..,.. :  strict attention to duty have gained [n L- ne I:+,. ,hnl | for him the esteem and affection, not ------ o: Uetter School  only of his congregation, but also that Iohn B. Fo,I ,,: ....... , . of the thousands of visitors who an- Iurth Environments ] nually visit America's greatest health I .......... .;',i:, ! resort. On August 13, 1917, Father _, .........  Carroll was also appointed pastor of rlrk Mountain Climate  st. John's Church to he:p it over its ''PL ..... -_ TV_a.  .... _* ............ | financial difficulties. .... ,.^,,:[pliments Hot Springs Public Utilities [ o--60"ii0TWO. "THE GUARDIAN I anu x-r .................... J, IN EVERY ttOMEF' uaranty Co' ................................................................................................. As " .............. " .... __.:.  .. . aurlce t00atns :Es,.,J:, MOST COMPLETE IN AMERICA :als ,: Props. ;l:i HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS E AS ,NTS E S n Hotel t Ventilati0n, Sanitation and Hygienic Equipment. ,''l]i:?..:"ard Roo, Gynmasium, Roycroft Den, Sun Parlor, Private :'i  est Rooms, Library Service. Separate Elevators for Men and .] Swedish, Mechanical, Electrical Massage and Baths. Chiropody and Beauty Pm'lors. THE HOUSE OF SERVICE WITHOUT TIPS W. G. (BILLY) MAURICE, President and Manager. ..... /I and it will never be cheap-I I THE DIXIE CAFE ::: el" than nov in the Mazarn I I e J. H0rner Company Valley. I lll!l TWOat HomeGd andPlaceSthe TODixieEat BUILDING MATERIAL ,':iii'i! I I Hot Springs, Ark. Mazal'n Valley Land C0. I [ G. Come Building Ill Ili B. II1 Undertaking Co. F. C. STEARNS I J Established 1883 HARDWARE .CO IIii ' . II Gee. H. Brenner, Manager I l Hot Springs, Ark. II 1 112 Prospect Ave. P.O. Box 435 Phone 29 lit ]t] Auto Hearse Service. Ambulance Service All Hours ' l i [ Hot Swings, Ark. i '!_:""i-_m--___7:WN._ -,y'--. --' Buckstatt Baths Attendmts Hot Springs Arkansas The only Bath House in HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS Employing Whie Help exclusively. This means SERVICE COMPLETE--SANITARY--CONVENiENT Ladies' Writing Room Write fdr Booklet Gilbert E. Hogaboom, Manager. Gen Bath Hal Ladies' Hall