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The Morgan City daily review. (Morgan City, La.) 1916-1920, August 14, 1916, Image 3

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* Creer ' Watson and
p [ ff. PADIK'CK
***■ „Attended the ball
t II« n nan
ul Han 11811
™ a Odlfl
|t p a tterson yesterday.
u «nd Mrs. George Lagarde
Jw> * UU . TIT____,,, rîtvr
return«
their home.
returned to Morgan City
^.their
home -
cool fnrnished rooms tor
Kicp
the Fowler House near
* w k
Jfs.p. Depot
and Mrs. Louis Slabotsky
/L Orleans, visited rela
Mi Sunday
jßgg Eugenia Dupuis has re
after a pleasant trip to
jggjjaipiH and New Orlean..
£ and Mrs. E. Blumenthal
[dNe* Orleans, spent Sunday in
raff ôty*
Huyler's Chocolate Syrup is
f JSus-The best flavor. Ex
lü^Aeency— People's Drug
, pjj 0ne gg
UL« Lillie Greene of Marin
a former teacher in
^ City High School to«-.
sting Mrs. Maurice Blum here
Hurley Dugas of Napoleon
■ ... , e .
:**was a visitor here Satui
[ijand Sunday.
Mr. Felix Dantin or New Oi
king, visited relatives heie yes
today*
him Olive Soap Coupons at
the Morgan City Raquette Store
Mr. Alonzo Collins was among
|e visitors to Jeanerette Sun
Mjr.
Mr. Dan Lynch of New Or
Imw, spent the week-end with !
; b family here.
1fr. and Mrs. George Fernan
iài visited relatives in Baldwin
loyal Creme for icing, des
etc., 10 cents cartons.
Dyer-Lehman Co., Ltd.
Hr. Alvin Christy returned
ptnday from New Orleans.
Mr. and Mn. J. Strauss were
ihn to Jeanerette Sunday.
It. J. L Lipscomb spent Sun
il in New Orleans where he
wet to visit Mrs. Lipscomb who
ha been ill there the past ten
fo *
AÉ far tickets—for Roger's
Silver Ware Free—Peo
iftBnf Co. Phone 68.
He hone of Mr. and Mrs. C.
&Dy«r,was additionally bright
Sunday morning by the ar
^ M • boy. Charles was
jjjrtlg the smile that "Don't
«■eOff*Sunday when he was
Wiai with congratulations
!• ms many friends.
vs your Palmolive
2 bars for 10
Djvr-Lehmann Co., Ltd.
JoUey of the Lo
&*** Station, has
2*'* , *i bulletins on the
» tropical distur
" now centered over
gtfw beni Sea. A wire this
"JJJWted at 10:30 a. m.
.RMotary 10:00 a. m. re
-J ** w indward islands
information as
jijjjjvnd intensity of tro
» k T"*™** ' °^her than it
***** Carribean and
■POhsMe westward move
Her ™ 1 * in Toma
«iu.5? 287 - *»**
**• Mowing
were
v* .*4 ", "— among
^ attended the
T_____ _
mu »-in, i t M»C Wood
Kr J*A 7,*jw>erette Sunday :
Chrisler
"Ttor, Miss Maud, Mr.
and Miss Edna
Hm
Ulm*
iff* draft when
get a 8tiff
m ***. you will be
* asnmthing that will
Four mind on
'JJ UNIMENT
, ;Ont of it be
" bert Pain reKev
«•» »at any
mM S* ^ *-B«langer
adv
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Blum
and children of Patterson spent
Sunday here with relatives.
Miss Maud Chrisler of this city
won the $50.0« prize given by
the Woodmen of Jeanerette for
collivur fViû nrroofnof niimKot*
selling the greatest number of
tickets on the automobile which
was ra ffl e( j a t the fair at that
.
pj ace Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Foster and
jchildren and Mrs. C. E. King
anc j daughter, were among the
k motorists who attended
the
Fair at Jeanerette
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jacobs
left for New Orleans, where they
will visit relatives.
Mrs. F A. Thornton of New'
Woodman
~
to
Orleans, was a visitor at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bass
Sunday.
Mr. L. E. Wimpee and Miss
is Winnie Thornton, were visitors;
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.
E. Jolley Sunday.
Mr. Thurston Knight i. id sis
ter Miss Della, who have been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Foote
returned to their home in New
Sumlav%
Mrs. Lewis Smith of New Or
leans, is spending sometime with
^ ^ Mrs A w Petigrew .
Miss Leta Prohaska and Miss
j nez Williams were among the
v j s j bors f rom Morgan City to
Charenton Sunday,
Mr. Lynn Drury, the genial
c j er k of the local Post Office, was
one of the visitors to Charenton
-Sunday.
Mr. I. W. Paddock, the "Penn
Mutual Man" is gone to Gibson,
! La., today.
Mr. Jake Levy and family
were in Charenton Sunday.
Mr. Paul Kurzweig was in
Charenton Sunday, via automo
bile.
From the Assumption Pioneer
Miss Emily Moise is in Mor
gan City, the guest of her sis
ter, Mrs. Arthur Bemiard.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mire and
children of Morgan City are vi
siting Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Gian
elloni.
Mr. John Cotton of Morgan
City was a business visitor here
Thursday.
Dr. Charles G. Dugas left
Saturday for Morgan City where
he will be the guest of Miss Inez
Williams.
Mr. Allie Bienvenue, of Mor
gan Ciy was in Houma on busi
ness during the week.—Houma
Times.
Mrs. A. Trappe and sons vi
sited Mrs. Boudreaux at Mor
gan City last week.—W<
Iberian.
Weekly
MR MERCHANT!
What's the use of your carry
iag a complete stock of goods
unless Folks know what you've
got?
UNCLAIMED LETTERS
List of unclaimed matter ad
vertised at Morgan City, La.,
Post Office week ending August
12, 1916.
Anderson, Louise
Bowier, J
Brown, Mary
Boudreaux, T
Bronk, Anna
Bateast, Willie
Chronical Pub. Co.
Cox, Coleman
Duvall, Egbert
Daivs, Emmar
Lee, Sephia H.
Laeesto, Rise
McGinns, Lee
Muller, Mary
Nichols, John G.
Porter, Martha ?
Rolee, Jennie
Snowden, Joe
Smith, Lillian
Smoot, Ella
Simpson, W. B.
Thomas, Stella
Tabolt, Solange
Veith, George
Vaughan, Alice
Williams, J. W. (2)
Williams, Espy
Walsh, Thos D.
In calling for the above let
ters rpfease. say advertised.
Julius P. Hebert, P. M.
it
icr'a
?
Our
August Clearance Sale
Now Going On
Balance of Our Summer Stock MUST
GO Regardless of Cost.
10O pcs. Lawns. Voll*
Crepes, values up to tiäe, eiw
at
10c
36 inch brown or bleached cot
ton
s, worth 10c
-, ou r
price He
i . (1
Koya-1
Woreester
Cors*
>ts, new
pri
ee $1 25. st
ill gl
ing at
98c
Ladies'
gowns, in la
ia' or
ernbeoid
erv
\ worth *\
, spf
'cial
75 c
Ladies'
!>iii rtwa ist s
, all
tb-T new
patterns, your
olioi,
^e
49c
Ail our
Ladies and
Vf is.si
j s ! Shoes
Extra Specials
For this Week
that sold up to S3, now your
choice for............$1.98 a pr
300 prs. Odds and Ends, in
« ladies' and children's Shoes,
values up to $3 50. your
choice while they last only 59c pr.
We carried over from
last season 69 Hart
Schaffner & Marx
suits} the prices on
this lot range from
$2250 to $30 a suit,
to make a quick clears
.i Few of Our Speciolties
& Mu v C: .rho*.
Hart S halft *',- £
Marx Made T
St ■*•- Stets,
Hats. Hall !
f ! t if d w I y Shi
F< >t''r Shoes,
■'s, H.n
and tl
>>sip ry.
* ' I .*ai iV
lir<'s nf underwear :• a.aufactur^d.
Men's Furnishings.
We ear tv the (arirest and best
line of Men's Furnishings,
Clothing. Hats and Shoes in
the Parish,
ance, we have marked the entire lot at the remarkably low
price of $
12.00
the Suit.
This is the one best bet of the year, don't miss it.
Ladies' have you seen our new remnant counter over 5000 yds. of silks, cottons,
voiles, ginghams, dress goods, trimmings, etc. This entire lot of goods is mark
ed at exactly one half regular price. Remember our stock is still complete in all
departmentsand it will pay you to see us before you buy.
Henry Loeb Co., Ltd.
Morgan City's Fastest Growing Store.
If you child is pale and sickly,
picks at the nose, start in the,
sleep and grinds the teeth while
, . ., . . ,
sleeping, it is a sure sign of
. , ,
Worms. A remedy for these par
asites will ho found in WHTTFN
asues Will De iouna in WHUhb
CREAM VERMIFUGE. It not^
. , , ,, .
only clears out the worms, but
it restores health and cheerful-'
ness. Price 25c per bottle. Sold
by Belanger Drug co. adv
A
"d TRADE-MARKS prompcij ml
aUHWD'j:i!% .."1, iue. >v, obta.it PATENTS]
THAT RAY, niwti» Üwm thopousljy. n> „iir I
expenao, and Up you to wimt«.
Send «o'-leL photo or Hketcb for FREE report j
0,1 patentability. *0 year* pcaetice. SUR
fASSINO REFERENCES. For ,i*a <<njdo
Book on Profltable Tat-iita write to
•OS-OOO So*-9nth Strsst,
WASHIKtiTON, O. ~ 1
DSWIFT'fo
Lodge Directory.
Lodges can Advertise their time and
place of meeting at 50c per month
, in this column
TKIBF. OF LBN HUU -St. Mary
Court No. .14 Tribe of Ben Hur, meets
OR the First and Thirfl Tuesda y cf
eacb month, Redmen Hall, 8 p. m.
has Fra "®. lo " i * Scribe:
Gorman, Chief.
i'homas F.
GaWvolvc CXutcYv
High Mass every first Sunday
at 9:30 a. na.
Low mass every other Sunday
at 7:00 a. m.
Sunday school every Sunday
at 3:30 p. m.
BERWICK
at
Low mass on first Sunday
7:30 a. m.
High mass on third Sunday
at 9:30 a. m.
Sunday school eveiy Sunday
at mass hours.
TteMnaur Qty Daily Rcvkv,
49 ccatS M
Bank of Morgan City
so
OQ
SO
09
CM
£
ON
HONOR
FIRST
ROCL
OF

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