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iUnrnan (tttln latlu Sruinu LIVE WIRK KOK TTiK CII Y OL MORGAN CITY ;\ND VICINITY Hi !.SHKD 1) Ai LY I.XCKI'I SUNDA5 2 MORGAN CITY, LA., AUGUST 23. I«16 No (IS FLASHES FROM NEAR AND FAR.! Hk reports that the Bus ^ drive has been res.st«t. tom «y» that Gcr 7'! m5 a years of W are 1alle<l to the colors. British casualties during the itter part of July are the heav iest of the war. President-elect of Panama de nies that Japan is buying lands „ear the Isthmus. Louisiana dairymen left yes terday for the Northwest over (IkT.&P.R. R British troops on the Somme front have made another ad vance a half mile long. French, British, Italians, Ser ins and Russians are engaged in the big Balkan drive. It is reported that Rumania pi, very shortly, enter the war a the side of the Entente al A vast area esat of the Miss arippi River is in the grip of terrific heat with no immediate relief. A Franco-British mission is to fo to Portugal soon to cooper ate with the Portuguese military mthorities. DrJS. W. Staffard was elected Xondap night, superintendent of the Charity Hospital in New Or tas. it is believed that E-22, British submarine, sunk yester 4qr, a German battleship of the Xsmuj class. The House of Representatives ii Washington passed, yester iqr, the new army bill meeting tarifait Wilson's objections. Four persons died from heat is Cleveland, Ohio, yesterday, aid twelve Monday, 104 degrees a ! MNSTRELS TONIGHT *maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa; !)•> your banking with the largest and most up-to-date bank in the city The First National Bank —ok— Morgan City. La. "The Place for Safety" Capital and Surplus Resources Over 100,000.00 5500,000.00 rhis bank is supervised by the Comptroller of the Currency of the United States Aloyerment and the affairs are ^e> conducted bv leading business mm of N© this city. ^ Oui; Aim, - Efficient Service yt> Our Motto,-Security for our depositors. X© Your business is solicited, large or small we serve all. >0 Letton. President, Eugene A, Pftarr, V-President, y© ■ .Borman. V-President, Krnme R. Mood. Cashier, ..... Chas. P. Lynch, Asst';. Cashier. C ^A'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAXA/sAYV , ^ ri City Livery Co. j PARISH \GENTS KOK Chevrolet Cars •keeppart, for>a ,n e < Deinocst'-alioo gladly given, f'houe I.C» 112 ready for School ■»tat hooks tor public aid high school are now here . J** ** ***** kr the entire Hie. Also everything needed * *f P«s, pencils, paper and general sopplies. ! BELANGER DRUG COMPANY THE REXALL STORE • ! being registered in the public j square. The Bulgarians advancing onj Greek soil are meeting with a ! stubbom resistance from the j Greek troops, which are station- j ed on the border. The Norwegian steamship, Cosack, bound from New Or leans for Grangqmputh, Eng., has been abandoned at Crew was saved. sea. j a A riot was caused in Chatta- : nooga, Tenn., by the street car strike. To quell the rioting: heavy streams of water were . played on the rioters. j French troops made progress Monday night in the direction of Clery, and south of the Som me they captured several trenches near Estrees. A preacher in Texas sent to Uncle Sam's Conscience Fund the sum of four dollars from some one who recently had been converted to righteousness. Dr. Merrick Swords, son of the late Sheriff Swords, killed by Carrière, gives as his opin-j ion that the murderer of his i father will be given a fair trial in St. Landry parish. _ _ . Dancmg masters in Chicago in have decided that the "acro batic tango" must go out of ! fashion. The waltz, the one step and the fox trot will be the fav-j/"/ orites this season. A brokerage employee in Nashville, Tenn., has gone away with $100,000.00 belonging to the firm which employed him. President Wilson has vetoed the bill for land purchases which allowed cities and town ships to buy public lands for parks, cemeteries and sewerage. r,l5,Bls Mr. Raphel Singer of Donald j sonville, La., spent two days here this week. Mr. Drury Malone of Hart ! ford, Conn., was a business visi j tor here today. j \y e have a special value in fountain syringes 50.cents Peoples Drug Co., Phone 68. Mr. Robert J. Young, a prom inent oysterman of Houma, was j a visitor here last Sunday. Hot Days: Don't Bake Buy : Stones Wrapped Cakes Always Fresh. Dyer-Lehman Co. Ltd. Miss Marvel Walters arrived . this afternoon to visit her cousin j Miss Irma Ditch. Dr. J. C. Berwick the proprie tor of the popular People's Drug Store, spent a few hours in the Cresent City yesterday. Mrs. W. 1. Bateman, of Rock port, Texas, who has been the guest of Mrs. E. J. Cherault, left this morning for a visit to Jean erette, La., For your health's sake : Crazy Well Water: By the case or bot tle. Dver-I^ehman Co.. Phone after i Miss Mildred Angeron. spending a week with her moth er in Houma, La., has returned home and is again at her post al . A . ... fav-j/"/ 1 " "j city today _ shaking ways ready and prompt to say "Number please". Congressman Whit P. Martin, 'hands with friends. He is en route to the western part of the State, and stopped off here a few hours while enroute. . Something the matter with your plumbing? Ring us for prompt service. Dyer-Lehman Co. Ltd. Within another week, the oyster industry is Morgan City and Berwick, will be at the height of activity. The season usually opens August 31, and it is stated, that indications point to a prosperous season for this section. Huyler's Chocolate Syrup is delicious—The best flavor. Ex elusive Agency— People's Drug Co. Phone 68 Misses Florence and Elizabeth Berwick of Centerville, have been the pleasant guests of Mrs. J. A. Strauss the past week. Messrs Sam Blum. L. R. Blakeman and 1. Blum were among those attending the ball game at Labadieville Sunday. The Morgan City Weekly Re ! view $1.50 per year in advance. A alarm of fire sounded at 11:45 A. M., from Box No. 12. The fire truck was promptly run ning out to its destination which was at the residence of Mr. Ran dall on Front Street, where by some unknown cause the roof had caught. Fire was extin guished in quick order and very little damage was the result. The Morgan City Daily Review, 40 cents per month. Col. James Gray Butler, 73 years old, a multimillionaire of St. Louis, Mo., died yesterday. U. S. Senator Broussard who has been in a Washington hospi tal where he underwent a slight operation, will recuperate at French Lick Springs. SEE !. W PADDOCK tf. FOR INSURANCE! FOR SALE—Camp Boat, 14 ft. ; x 32 ft. Entire boat in fine con-1 dition. For particulars see own-1 er, JOHN SIRACUSS. lwk INTERESTING ITEMS By "Major Kahn'' Miss Maude Kriesle is visiting Cora Alpha at Franklin. Mr. E. M.Weil of the Crescent City is visiting here "again". Mr. Claude Breaux of Thibo deaux, is a visitor here today. Master Walter Pieron was a visitor to Patterson Sunday. A card party was given yes terday in honor of Miss Alma Lemmle. Mr. Chas. Murphy of Mobile, Ala., was a visitor in our city yesterday. , Mr. J. P. Murphy of New Or leans, spent a very pleasant day here yesterday with friends. FOR SALE—One Motor Boat 71/2 H. P. Engine in good condi tion.—Apply to Mrs. A. B. Olin. Mrs. Leon Lemmle and daugh ter Alma, have returned home after a pleasant visit to rela tives here. Several autos went from here to Labadieville to witness a base ball game between Patterson and Labadieville. Mrs. F. Mass and daughter, Hilda, of Baton Rouge, La., at ter visiting friends and relatives in Morgan City have retunred home. A coupon and 10 cents will give you 2 bars of Palmolive Soap. Peoples Drug Co.. Phone 68. A. J. Ronaldson supervisor of agencies for the Jefferson Stand ard Life Insurance Co., of Greensboro, N. C. has appointed Mr. I. W. Paddock local agent of this territory, covering three pa rishes. The Company is nine years old, with assets Six and over half millions dollars. They are issueing the most up-to-date policies offered by any com pany. Mr. Paddock will have position open for perhaps two special agents. Talk with Mr. Paddock if you should contemplate taking in surance he will save you on the rate of premium, and time in maturing. A shipment of Kelloggs Krum bles and Bran Flakes just in. Dyer-Lehman Co. Ltd. The Modern Store. TO THE PUBLIC I desire to announce to my friends and the public that I have severed my connections with the Morgan City Realty & Insurance agency and have gone in business for myself. I am in position to place all kinds of insurance in strong old line companies at lowest cur rent rates. All business intrust ed to me will be appreciated and given prompt and careful at tention. Frank Vaughan. Office Belanger Bldg.. Phone 27 ANNOUNCEMNT Mr. L. J. Bass has accepted the management of the Morgan] City Realty and Insurance Com-; pany. Mr. Bass is well known and I splendidly connected in this com munity and he will attend to your realty and insurance wants ; with his usual promptness and ' lability. . .Morgan City Realty and Insurance Company. The Daily Review will pay 5c per pound for nice clean rags, Be sure they are big and clean, We want them at once. (f)d Mkx' JftsJu'rLr Attention, Fellow Citizens! T H I S is tin; season Oi tin I year, men, when you shoul< supply yourself with Shirts v\mie here and see the excep tional values we are offering n ■hat unequaled "V 1 N D E X Shirt. The biggest and bes> stock of shirts in Morgan City t*> choose from. Quality makes you think <»t Vindex when you think of shit t > Just received a wonderful dis play of REGAL SHOES in Faii Styles and Shapes. The prices have not advanced here. "The Sign of Ye Regal* meansquality n shoes. Ask- the hundreds "i men who weir Riga's. The Time The Place The Store We are Pleased to Mease You 7> a JUST RECEIVED Nice shipment of Trunks, Suit Cases, Traveling Bags which we will sell at reasonable prices. Have Also Rubber, Brush and Steel Door Mats. A Mt at m fanfare Slack will cwrioce aay Me that there is m aed seafaf away hr these gaafe We bare the geads at the right prices. Home Furnishing: Co. tarai Uoe of Fwaitore and Jiezt to Belanger's Drug Store Phone 16 <iUS DREWS. President K. W. HREIHHOLZ. Vice-Presdt The Bank of Morgan City FIRST ON THE ROLL OF HONOR Has larger deposits, surplus and resources in proportion to capital than any Dank in the Parish of St, Man kapital $25,000.1 Surplus $52,000.00 Resources $360.000.00 We have the largest anti best equipped >jlr de posit vault m town. We will rent you a box m rhis vault for or SS a year according to the box. Your valuable papers, ere., should be pro tected. hence, rent one of our safety boxes, • l> VV i NCHKSTK! «'iisbit'r \. H. « >'BK1EN. Asst Cashier ANNOUNCEMENT WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF PLUMBING Goods Department We will carry a complete line , of plumbing material, bath and kitchen outfits, and all accessories, and will contract to install. Please let us figure with you; a pleasure to give you an estimate. DYER LEHMANN CO., LTD. Morgan City Plumbing Works t*i L. J FLEURY uiiii«iii_ a.nl I'qie Fitting. Repair-», ^ivK estimates on won*. Manage' >ri -hon f'HONK :) 4 !i .louiue '