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PAGE FIFTY T. T. Bateman, President Gee. P. Reid, Manager BRINKLEY ICE & COAL COMPANX Manufacturers of ) Pure Distilled Water Ice Long Distance Phone 59 Terms: Strictly Cash i i ii I i i ii ii Brinkley, Ark. CITY MEAT MARKET R. F. STIPSKY, Proprietor All Kinds of Fresh and Smoked Meats Always on Hand Phone 8 . Stuttgart, Ark. Gregory & Anderson Abstracters, Real Estate DeValls Bluff, Ark. Ford Cars Fordson Tractors A. P. COOK Central Garage Reliable Repair Work Authorized Ford Service Genuine Ford Parts DeValls Bluff, Ark. .,, . , - THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1920. Stuttgart- 00ice Center o00Ar]00ansas One of the most important cities in Arkansas from a commercial agm- cultural and home vie,wpoint is Stutt- gart, the cepter of the rice growing industry of the state. Stuttgart is the largest town in Arkansas county. Arkansas county originally em- braced two-thirds of the state and was at one time a part of the state of Missiuri, but being formed De- cember 31, 1813, is one of the oldest counties in the state. The population of Arkansas county is about 20,000 t and a large portion of the people liv-. i ing-in this section own their own l homes and farms, i Stuttgart is the central market i place for the rice growers of the state, i and since th industry has been taken iunder federal control, has been desig- nated as the official headquarters for the federal committee in charge of the marketing of rice. With the great mills located there, good shipping facilities and live busi- ness men, rice growers find Stuttgart do business and the growing indus- try is attracting the eyes of the en- tire country to the great and fertile to be one of the very best places to Grand Prairie district of this state. The Grand Prairie country compris- es a body of hind extending through Arkansas and adjoining counties and lying bet,,veen the Arkansas and the W, hite rivers. Stuttgart is queen of this section. F. Wagner C. Wagner Brinldey Bottling Co. Wagner Bros., Props. Manufacturers of Soda Water, Gayola and Coke, Orange Crush Agents for Cook's Goldblume BRINKLEY, ARK. WE OFFER FOR 00ALE On Easy Terms, Attractive Lots for City Homes in PULASKI HEIGHTS ADDITION MOUNTAIN PARK ADDITION HOLLENBERG ADDITION Lumber prices are going down Buy a lot and build a home PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK 124 Main Street Little Rock, Ark. Monroe County Bank BRINKLEY, ARKANSAS ()LIII,:ST BANK IN .MONROE COUNTY Established 1889, now stronger and more useful than ever. Offers you capable se.rvice through experienc- ed employes and furnishes unsurpassd securitis by ample Capital, excellent state supervision and Feder- al Reserve Membership. The soil is a fertile mixture con- taining "ill the elements necessary for general farming. The sub-soil is of a texture tlmt permits tile tiller of the soil to farm either with or with- out irrigation as the annual rainfall .ui rainfall the average rainfall is between 0 and 60 inches annaally, Rev. Jos. Schlatterer, Pastor is between 0 and 65 inches annually, evenly distri'butcd. The summers are i(.ng an4 pleasant, tlhe nights cool and dewey, and the ocean breeze, pre- vailing" in the warm weather brings a p.'art, Ark., was built in tim year 1895 under Rev. Father L. G. Plamondon, the first resident pastor of the con- gregation and blessed by the Rt. Rev. Bishop Fitzgerald of Little Rock in the !ollwing year 1896. The Holy Rosary Church wit'h a membership of 60 families is the center for all the Catholic in the county of Arkansas with :t flourishing paroclfial school >uccessfully conducted by the Olive- mn Sisters from Jonesboro and gen- ,,rously supported by the congrega- tion. The canonically established Altar Society assisted l)y the Sodality of .n:un.:: a l?('t!: :u i snt:s ofn: y :: rhis he s the '- 3 q ":' .oemn cele- bration of the Divine Services but Imlp a reat deal in increasing the atholic pirit of the congregation. Fhe new rectory built in 1916 is a '.redit to the generosity of the Catho- Iic population. The former resident ,asters of Holy Rosary Church were: Oev. l:aiher L. G. Plamonron, 1894- 1896. '.ev. FaHwr J. Adelsperger, 1896- g97. ]{ev. Father Jos. Dijon, 1897-1898. Rex,. i,'ather J. A..McOmaid, 1898- 1913. Rex,. Father A. Haeringer 1913- 1915. moisture that tempers the heat and Rev. l?ather J. Schlatterer, 1915-? prevents sunstroke. St. Cyril and Methodins Church of Everyth ng grows m the (h'and !Flovacton, Ark., built 1916, by sub- Prairie district--vegetables, cowpeas, !.cril)tion of the memhers of this set- HOLY ROSARY CttURCH, RECTORY AND SCHOOL l e;m'tvhum, millet, leaffir corn soy i tlement This Churc, h is now of its ibeans, sweet potatoes, Irish potatoes, own parisl!, with Father Glinski as s'.rawberries, melons, corn, oatsllia:tor. The first church a frame wheat prairie hay, sudan grass and ]ioihtin' wa destroyed by fire. Fatal- RICE, Poultry and stock raising are profitable, while dairies are becoming more numerous, the mflk being used largely to supply Little Rock. All the pr.firies are astir with bust- lhl," life. Excellent roads, which are being constantly improved run in all directions; and over these roads thou- :'ands of automobiles speed back and forth between delightful country Ihmnes and a number of. the livest, prettiest and most prosperous towns in the South. Church Work in Stuttgart. The people of Stuttgart are God 'fearing and believe in supporting their churches and schools in a most liberal manner. The Catholics have a fine chureh the Holy Rosary Church which is under the pastoral supervision of Rev. l"ather Schlatterer, one of the hard working priests of the Little Rock diocese, who is always ready to give,, his time and enegry to the forward- ing of any movement tending to up- lift his people or better his commu- ni[y. T i:e parish maintains a good school which is conducted by the Sisters and is doing efficient work in the educa- tion of the young. In this issue we present a picture of the church, the vchool and the parsonage, which will give a fair idea of the comfortable quarters that have been established by tim congregation of the Holy Rosary. The Holy Rosary Church of Stutt- .-,teeple to the church; Rev Chas Steu- been invaluable He a .... _: I., othin is mor rer 1891-189,; Rev. M. Heitzman, loo(t saddle horse, an . " . ahould have al 1893-1895; Rev. Langst 189,,-Ig,'egat,on, many of tlt;u/drh: ood reading w 1896; Rev. Henry Muspach, 1896-1897; the country, he fmds t Rex' Prosper Goepfert, 1897; Rev Jo- homes and a visit wit..istin virtu ....... . lg. ICTUs, PP.. X reph Roth, 1897-1898; Rev. Chas. the hunt and fishes, a I,angst, 1898-1899, who built the Sis- l:ather Zell i. popular F ' ter's House and got the Sisters of[pie ,)f Conway, and '. Notre Dame for his school; he diedlmember,: of his own 7 at Comvav after a short illness and l,im bu he has the  is bur ed there; Rev. A. Feger, 1899- esteem of the commui 1908; Rev. P. Zell, 1908 until the pres- ] New Church Ne4 " ent day. Father Zell's succesg - I"ather Zell is equally well versed building, after 12 ye IilO in German, French and English. Hislpusb. now crowds the( :/- hng"uistic talents are not seldom call-ltd the doors twice ever -- ed in requisition bv the college stu- has in nfind a commodid [T[lr] oents of Conway. He is a forceful[tire edifice to adorn tUll 5 speaker and rules his parish with firm ing location in Conwa: lih's are mostly Slovac nationality. authority. The parish comprises 150 families. The cehool is attended by: 200 children. Father Zell is always ready o ex- tend aid to any good movement for the building up of Conway, and ihis work with the church and school have beUeves in expansion /AB but tbat of a church , ent econmny means a t Conwav in ih near fat !EVE':-RAL OUR MOTTO: ,'TNI [ AND IN EVERY HOME!" SECRET. First National STUTTGART, ARK. 4 per cent--TIME DEPOSITS--4 per Member Federal Reserve System A. B. Banks, Pres. C.W. HOGAN, V-P. Gee. Hayes, Jr., Asst. Cashier lnfl Agai and Rad Toiler July 30.--2 wage - new eabi] occupy! related of the tot the cabi Constantin, Ror to the res the Germa of the Ch de public tc ar Streh ----- ':!agent gent i: member c landa. ettar r ][ I  tary of lab( 00rumpen Machine d by th __ 0 tit labor c Manufacturers of Irrigation Pumps as one, : against ;. d radical Well Contractors rs. hi rI  in the n ?[ holly  uut comes to th Phone 157 STUTTGABI  . 'hrenbaeh ?,, intende :-- doned t St. Anne's Church of Gillett Ark., 0 ....  ...........................  etablished [with a membership of 20 families ,was I built in 1914, blessed by the Rt. Rev. [  : lreiburg FIMlop John B. Morris of Little Rock, Th PEOPLE'S DRUG and is attended once a month by the[ e to prie.t of ltoly Rosary Church of[ Stuttgart, Ark. ' " L. H. MORPHEW & CO., Prop t-Its PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL STUTTGART, ARK. Holds THE EXCHANGE CONWAY. SupFiementary Notice of A Flour- ishing Parish, Crowded Out of Page I 23, Special Edition. I ]  story from present day Conway land St. Josepk's parish is certainly ]hvlf told without a mention of the energet!c pastor, Rex'. Peter Zell, C. S. Sp. The Guardian supplements in order lo give proper completion to this interesting story. Church History. The first pastor was the Very Rev. Joseph,, Strub, the first provincial of the Society of the Holy Ghost in the United States. He laid the founda- ion. After him there followed in quick succession: Rev. John Williams, 1870-1880; Rev. A. Jarroski, who later on took charge of the Polish settlement at Preston, Ark.; Rev. R. Richart 1882:' Rev. Chas. Strurcr, 1882-1888, who built a little frame church which was de- stroyed by a cyclone in 1885, and re- pl'tced at once, with help from Ger- n,any, by the present church; Rev. E. Sehmidt, 1888-1891, who added "fhe OF STUTTGART, ARK. Capital, $100,000.00 The Batik where you are always New Accounts Invited W. B. WALL, Cashier C. L. PERRY, E. R. SNEED, Asst. MEN S FURNISHING STOR]00 Most Complete Men's Store in Eastern Hart-Schaffner & Marx Clothes, Florsheim, Selz and Beacon Shoes, Arrow Brand Shirts and Collars Pheonix Hosiery for Men and Hammans & STUTTGART, ARK. ST. CYRIL AND METHODIUS CHURCH, SLOVACTOWN