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organ (Eitg Sail« Umritt B WIRE FCU THE CITY OK MORGAN CITY AND VICINITY PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS MORGAN CITY, LA., AUGUST 14. 1916, No 6 MTS IN THE REVIEW C0NTESS gev name plate foi The City Daily Review is to * into use for the first .. delay having been the delay, by the foundry in (hi where the plate had to be , been in Chi contest which resulted 111 vith enthusiasm, altlio ntest opened foi a <" The Review hopes ; ;ion of this name mas alt ho on some more inteiesting in the near future. our circulation was at ; bb at the time the con * ! j waged, yet our adyer-| will probably be surprised ! the large number of per bo participated. It must erstood that no person with the paper uas l to compete for the nor any member of the;" of such persons, and who ' with families in this (ity v ' ,lu ( directly connected r numbered about ti - all of whom were baited pers, some sending in sever participating. following persons sent in L. Adams, Eulah j ns, Lloyd Adams, L. nsjr., Kathrine lie Boyle, Mrs. J. L. Bertin. j J. C. Berwick, Edna Bout-jston ,Geo. P. Bertin, Jack Boud- ! Hazel Boudreaux, Lester m »1 m ,t ,1 , Mrs. M. Blum. H. M. : Alberta Campbell. Cot-; Caipbell, V. Cepalei. John j DriaJ^ck Campbell. A. M. Gladys Cochran, Du your banking with the larjeest and po most up-to-date ban k in the city ^ The First National Bank L $ —of— Morgan Çity, La. "The Place for Safety" Capital and Surplus Resources Over 100,000.00 £500,000.0A TWtbank is supervised by the Comptroller of the Currency of •he United States Goyerment and the affairs are / conducted by leading busines men of $ this ci, y » t Our Aim,- Efficient Service h Our Motto,-Security for our depositors. r business is solicited, large or small we serve all. Officers -.Cotton, President, Eugene A, Phao.V-President, Norman, V-Prt*sident. Kennte R. Hood, Cashier. Chas. P. Lynch, Asst't. Cashier. à AAAA XAAAAAAAAAA> WISH TO ANNOUNCE * •< • To our Friends and the Public that we have installed a gas filling station And will carry at all Urnes A full line of Grade Lubricating Oils And T ransmission Greases We also carry in stock rear Tires, Inner Tubes And Auto Accessories. 1 W ta» $ a. m. to 7 p. m„ except Sundays. RCANTILE COMPANY. Julia Dreibolz, R. Delas, Mrs. J. R. Draekett, Nellie Mrs. T. E. Dracwetts, Mrs. D. C. Durham, - t., oio y le er, o \ Dreher, Teddy Dreher Opal DeHart. C. J. Edwards, Pearl B. Fowler, Claude Fernandez. Mrs. . Durham, Dreher, Esther Dracwetts, Mrs. D. C. Durham, ^ _ . _ „ „ Jr., Dorothy Dreher, "Polly" J. L. Fisher, Dorothy Fisher. M. Alb it Fisher. Lenis Ghir ar( ji < Eorena Ghirardi, Bessie !Qhii..rdi, Elsie Ghirardi, Marie Ghirardi. Violet Guidry, Mrs. Guidry, Mrs. ;sidn e y Guidry, Elma Gouner, Joe j Granata, Percy Gorman, Andrew Gioerdana, C. S. Gray, Bernice Guidry, J. P. Gorman, E(Jna A Gillen Cyrus Guidry, Mrs F Hudgens> Constance Hebert, O. H. Howard, Jr., Ray monfJ Joret> Chas E Kahn, ^Charley Kahn, Ernest Lathan, Beütrice Lanaux, Pauline D. Mizzie, Louise Mequet, G. W. immich> ^ J. Tessie Morgan, McClellan, Jr.. Joe McGinnis, i rene Morgan, Stella C. Millard, Eddie O'Niell, Merlin O'Neill, j nez olivier ,A. W. Pettigrew, Fid war( j p a tterson, Mrs. A W. Pet tigrew, Mrs. M. P. Palmer, Mrs. w A Roberts, Mrs. J. K. W. Smith, i red Smith, Winnona E. Smith, Mrs. Morimer Squires, D. G. Smylie, Louis Soumellan. J.-Anna Pearl Squires Mrs. C. A. Adams,'Schmidt, H. L. Squires, Theo, Schmidt, Ma.jory Schmidt, Thur Smith, L. E. Stafford, Joe Samaritan, Joe Schmidt, Helen ist afford, Derrick Scmidt, T. G. ' Thorgeson, Mrs. T. G. Thorge SO n, Sullivan R. White, Louise;" White, Amanda White, Mrs. E. Wriberg, Joseph E. Wier, Mrs W. R .Russell, Alice Ghirardi. 1 NEWS FLASHES FROM NEAR AND Russi .ns captured Mariampol, e a ' , . .. The Rntish pushed forward their lines on the Somme 300 or 400 yards along a front of al most a mile. The French made further pro ...... D1 . the k^y to Lemberg, Podgaicy and several other vilages in Cali Cla ' _ . . u „ 1 he British pushed forward 1; „ M _ c gress southeast of Mau repas in the Somme sector. Doctors in New York find that the new serum is the best me thod of fighting infantile para .............. ...... thod of fighting infantile para lysis, and fewer new cases and death are reported. The decision m the Shreveport rate case was regarded as abol- ! ishing rate vails around states for all time. dam at Lake Tox; way. ' ' The dam at Lake Tox: way, ' ; N. C., went out and a wall of, water seven feet high swept down the Seneca river valley. threatening places in the low- i lands. President Wilson the leaders on both threatened railroad summoned odes in the strike to Washington, where he will make a personal appeal to their public spirit to bring atx ut harmony. Congress was expected to ap 1 j MORE PAPER RAISE THEIR SUBSCRIPTION PRICES j _ Announcements are appear- j ing in a very considerable num- ; her of newspaper throughout East ant j publishers very „ • ,, . -, • generally are realizing that it is 0 lon » er » oss,ble ,,r nec<issar * to supply a newspaper at a los 1 ing subscription price. This is particular!: true in the smaller cities and towns Where there is a personality ex pressed throuh the columns of the pap°r. izing that Publishers are real HEIR readers want THEIR paper, and are willing to pay for THEIR paper regard less of the price at which others NO MORE FREE PAPERS Heretofore it has been the practice of The Morgan City Daily Review to be ve*y gener ous in sending papers free to ad vertisers, advertising agents, public and charitable institu-1 tions, officials and others The present shortage of white paper makes it almost impossible for publishers to secure supplies sufficient to take care of our re gular paid subscribers, and are therefore compelled to announce that we cut off all free copies of every kind after August 19th. Not only has the price of white paper advanced form 20 to 200 per cent, and more, but the manufacturers are all urging,rates publishei everywhere to econo mize in every way possible, as supplies are limited and prices are bound to go much higher. Acording to the Times-Picay une, publishers of all daily paper of New York and Brooklyn have determined to reduce the size of their papers and to cut all free circulation and to take other drastic action to curtail the con sumption of news print paper. The publishers of many other cities have taken similar steps, nut only in reducing the daily amount of paper used but in raising subscription prices in or der to meet the continual ad vance in paper cost. It is vfci-y generally admitted by publishers everywhere that propriate a total of$l,700,000, .if!* 1 ' ° bill. Secetarv Daniels made public statistics of the spring target practice in the Atlantic >^-et in reply to recent criticism f T *he nflA w ,. . , 000, and this was used as an ar-j gument in advocating the pas- i of ^«*200.000.000 revenue hill. ________.. ,t.i;J navy's gunnery efficiency, A plot to overthrow the Car ranza garrisons at Juarez. Chi huahua. San L '...................................................' orreon. Gomez Falsch >. : San Luis Potosi, Zacatecas and other large cities of Mexico, im prison First Chief Carranaza ' and his cabinet and establish a ! new regime was frustrated by General Trevino, in command at Chihuanua. ' A tax on ' A tax on stock corpor&tpion licenses to 1 aise $20. 000.000 was adopted by the caucus of Demo- ' < ratic senators Mr. Lewis urg i ing a bond issue instead to meet Ithe emergencies cf the war. 1 Shreveport U. C. V. voted to 'return the battle fiair < ; the Third Louisiana to Airs. Kinney the widow of the captain of the Shreveport company, the relic to be preserved in the museum at New Orleans. are selling for. In no cases where publishers have raised their subscription rates have thejv reported arty material falling off in the num her of subscriptions. The peo pie are familiar \\*ith the in crease in the cost of production, and are not excepting to buy something at less than the cost of production. A FROLIC FOR CHILDREN The uild-Auxil'ary will have a Peanut Hum Thursday Aug ust 17th at the home of Mrs. L. McNamara from 4 to 6 o'clock. There will be plenty of home made candy and refreshments for sale. Proceeds to go to the Charity Fund. Admission 5c. 3t the price of white print paper will never again be so low as it was during the years just previ ous to the outbreak of the Eur opean war; consequently the newspapers must figure upon a greater cost of production than existed when present subscrip tion and advertising rates were made. To meet this situation and to avoid serious financial loss. The Review finds it necesary to fall in line with the protective mea 'sures that are being so generally adopted thruout the country. We hope to avoid a further increase in subscription and advertising and it is for this reason j that we must cut off the free papers, We believe that The Keview advertisers and the others who have been upon the free list of this paper will view this action : with the broad understanding that characterizes their gener al view of the unsettled busi ness conditions. Knowing that it is not to add to the profit oi the publishers but to save them from financial loss that the, move is inaurgated. The Review \ into effect on the20th of this feels that those who have here tofore enjoyed the privilege of the free list will cheerfully ac cept the new conditions that go into effect on ifie 20th of this month. diet Wise If is iter he THE SIGN OF THE TIMES" A FEW YEARS AGO MANY 0F us LOOKED JPON THE GENERAL STORE FOR EY ppvTmve - m , T .... E ^ TH1NCt ,HAI " As DL IREP IN EATABLES AND WARE. STORE G IG\R \ WAREABLES: THE TIMES HAVE!) (HANG ED CONDITIONS WE NOW G ) TO A HARD WARE STORE FOR HARD TO FOR A DRYGOODS ! DRYGOODS. k \ TORE FOR CIG\RSi A MENS WEAR STORK •MENS WEAR" EACH BUSINESS IS A SPF.-i CIA LTY THESE DAYS. THESE ! YOUR ! FOR hir < VT Y , v n c -, T-\ / r \1 i^evrs «-EQlIKEj THAT'S OUR MOTTO RIGHT ON YOUR WAY TO THE POSTOFFICE. Insure Your Property Today Tomorrow may be too late See Morgan City Riisity ?nd insurance Agen: ; m- KiIV. I,it,-. ,\cf Pût tf Glass. Mar fact anv kind ni 1 1 , a mi He alii, ciiipeiDiiiii i't> in th lui gt came- at lowest current i;,h Frank Vaughan, Mgr., Telephone 2 SI } Quartered Oak Dining Room Suit 9 Pieces Beautiful Library Suit 6 Pieces Just received in addition to our large assortment of Furniture We will sell you any article in furniture or house furn ishings at Reasonable Prices and suitable terms. Home Furnishing Co. General Line of Furniture and House Furnishings Next to Belanger's Drug Store -:- Phone 16 I Morgan City Livery Co. ^ P.»illSI \GKNTS KOI; * Chevrolet Cars We keep parts for same. Demonstration "ladly «ftven. Phone 1,15-112 : \ Morgan City Plumbing Works L. J. FLEURY. Manager Plumldnsr :»nii Kitt'mf. U* 1 Yirs, '*n short notice, No trouble to sr' -e estimates on wo-k. f'HON'K 549 Rexall Remedies, Rexall Rubber Coods, Rexall Talcums, Rexall Toilet Articles, Dozens of other Rexall preparations. Every item made under the Rexall brand is guarantee« < to give satisfaction. If it does not give satisfaction, brir»^ it back and get your money it belongs to you and we want you to have it. BELANGER DRUG COMPANY THE REXALL STORE WE STUDY WHAT THE MAN NEEDS AND oEl L HIM THE BEST THAT MONEY C VN BUY AT THE MOST KEASON , T )i r iminp ABLE PRICE. ONE PRICE SYSTEM IS BE |T N G Sl'CESSFCLLY PRAC TICE THROUGHOUT THE ; COUNTRY TODAY. TOM DICK AND HARRY (:i:T TUK same TREATMENT UKRE - THE BEST WE KNOW IlOU - UE BANK EP0X A i* ATISFIEI) CUSTOMER BE ING OUR BEST ADVERTISE jMENT. LET US SERVE YOU. WE GUARANTEE TO PLEA SE YOU. ....... „, irc , MAKE THIS SI ORE TOUR HEADQUARTERS. MENS WEARS SPECIALTIES.