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V&. 'rhô*'. Bodin of Prank "' ,! r t he Ditch family, "h" *■ "I . CO« Finall! ' °" l l ' : <tte> most successful fair **' Lent Christmas collec '^«90 came to swell the *'1 and "> ake 1903 the Ban ; J® 06 " -pile enthusiasm ot fiat this period was be k .he massive founda SSrdW before their eyes Moquent though mute ^ ofthe beautiful work "ftL undertaken which fjiund to the credit of STunminafteryears. (To be continued) if you child is pale and sickly, .va gt the nose, start in the Sound grinds the teeth while Sing, it is a sure sign of Ss a remedy for these par £U be found in WHITE'S Seam vermifuge, it not Krs out the worms, but * restores health and cheerful m price 25c per bottle. Sold y Belanger Drug co. adv MINSTRELS tonight jt is claimed that this State Jnds S. 1 6,000,000 annually for Jog meat and hog products. Louisiana Swine Breeders' As «dation, 1916 convention held io New Orleans lately considered raising hogs enough to supply the needs of the State. if you sit in a cool draft when you are heated and get a stiff nek or lame back, you will be inking for something that will me the pain. Fix your mind on BALLARD'S SNOW UNIMENT od don't be talked out of it be euK it is the best pain reliev ng liniment you can get any where. Price 25c 50c and $1.00 f er bottle. Sold by Belanger Drag Co. adv • i Ij Itstrel Show To-Night * * J. L. ADAM&fjanriaon The laterioeutor: Mr. V. W. Nunez Hw Eadmen: Mr. Raoul Delas Mir. L F. Kihneman Mr. Frink Vaughn Mr. Eugene Delas Mr. Chu Delas Mr. Jaek Chronister The Circle Mr. Bobert Gillen Mr. Linus Terrebonne Mr. W. j. Bouterie Mr. J. L Adams Mae Bestie Wise Ma Bath Moncrief Min Edna Gillen Ma Eunice Terrebonne Nbi Ira» Ditch Min die Hebert Mr. Il D. Hays Mr. P. E Kinney Mr. J. C. Harrell Mr. Case Jolley ; FASTI * Overture • ••«**... CIRCLE \ fm the lights to go ^he • •*•*•#'#*»*,***« ••Ml. RAOUL DELAS it's ß* Btt of Heaven t r 'WB RRsgiw WISE •^•JMKCHAS DELAS g®-?.». •MR. V. W. NUNEZ ....... > *^r 88 WUE HEBERT a Good Woman \îME. EUGENE DELAS •CIRCLE FARTH Vaughan \ STORM WARNING CONTIN UES •a* The tropical disturbsance which was heralded over Porto Rico Tuesday is apparently head • ing for the south Atlantic coast, i however, advices posted by dis iplayman Jolley this morning, fail jto indicate clearly the position of the disturbance at 9:30 this morning ; the Advisory as posted at the signal station reads: "Advisory nine thirty A. M. reports from the West Indies do not clearly show the position of the tropical disturbance which passed over Porto Rico Tuesday morning. Its approximate loca tion appears to be west south west of Turk Island and its pro bable movement northwestward. Close watch on the South Atlan tic and Flordia coast been in stituted to note the first signs of its approach." Harry D. Wilson, Commission of Agriculture and Dean W. R. Dodson of the Louisiana State University reports that the per sonned of the Louisiana Farm er's Obesrvation Tour through Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Wis consin and Iowa exceeds all ex pectations and the Texas and Pacific special train which left here Tuesday the 22nd picked up parties en route to Alexandria where the Missouri Pacific car ried the delegates first to St. Louis thence over the several other States. They are due to reach New Orleans on return, Tuesday morning September 5. Ferry Schedule Leave Berwick on hour and half hour. First trip 6 o'clock a. m. Leave Morgan City on 15 min utes to hour and 15 minutes after hour. First trip 6:15 a. m. At The Evangeline Theatre 11 Trio . .MISS BESSIE WISE, MISS OLLIE HEBERT, MISS GENEVIEVE GRE VENBERG 12 Trombone Solo ......... .. .MR. W. T. BOUTERIE 13 Yodel Selection......... ....MR. J. C. HARRELL 14 Monologue ............. . .MR. L. F. KIHNEMAN 10 Minute Intermission PART III BALM FOR A WOUNDED HEART In one act Cast of Characters The Judge ................ MR. LINUS TERREBONNE Court Officer.............. .. .MR. JACK CHRONISTER Attorney.................. .....MR. FRANK VAUGHN Attorney.................. ........MR. P. H. KINNEY Abijah Pippins............. .....MR. ROBERT GILLEN Leonora .................. .....MISS IRMA DITCH Amelia................... ... .MISS RUTH MONGRIEF Levi Hochheimer ........... ........MR. CASS JOLLEY One Lung Gong............ MR. J. G, HARRELL Mrs. Dr. Pattern............ MISS EQ#A GILLEN Vanderbilt Persimmons ..... • .v.v.MR. EUGENE DELAS Jams........ .... MR. RAOUL DELAS Wurstmacher .............. ..MR. J. L. ADAMS John Measles .............. • .MR. R. D. HAYS Hooligan.................. MR. W. J. BOUTERIE McGuff, an Actor........... .........MR. CHAS. DELAS Mfdttgatawani ............. MR. V. W. NUNEZ Sitticus Beeswax........... ...MR.L.F. KIHNEMAN Aunty Simpson............ . .MISS GENEVIEVE GREV ENBERG j iag toP •a* v y&rvmBn vt rm. æaa— g»I£SE3i ■ -y • ■ ri. «fer. . : MBhèn*.- - :'i_ ' •-■ii r i a aaK« 8 BBaw>' lust a Few More Days, and This Great Money^ Saving Clearance Sale will Have Passed Into History Sensational Savings on Summer Suits AT $4.98 All wool men's suits that sold up to 12.00 AT 2.48 Ii o v s' P a 1 ni Beach suits, that sold regu larly at 5.00 AT $.398 200 men s Palm Beach, Su mu tex, and white linen suits, val ues up to S.00 At $12.00 About 100 Hart Sc ha ff n er & Marx, all wool suits, regular 25.00 & 22.50 values I AT $3.48 1 Be v s' light I uvi ght wool I sui ts, \alues up to (> 00; these are fine for ear ly school wear At 39c Genuine B. V. D. shirts and drawers, regu lar (»rice 50c a «■arment Throughout every department we have used the knife, and the balance of our summer stock must go in the next few days AT 98c Ladies' fancy parasols, regular 2 00 and 1.50 yalues AT $3.98 Howard & Foster low shoes in all leathers; these shoes are worth 5.00 a pair, and all our high cuts are so priced AT $5.50 All our low cut Hanan sboesr Tjis is the best buy of the season; as these goods could not be bought whole sale tor these prices AT 69c Men»s shirts, in white and fancies; these are our regular 1.00 quali ties We have receivsd over $10.000 worth of new Fall and Winter goods in the last few days, and as all these goods were bought before the advance, we are in a post/ tion to offor you goods at a much lower price than our competitors* It will pay you to see us before making your Fall purchases* Henry Loeb Co., Ltd. Morgan City's Fastest Growing Store. . Octave J. Dehme O TY MARKET Fresh Meat» Y« cm mk jmr «Htm It m «dut ml fti M aidi kctifmHf. «rämbli»mt wj e rn t e » «, tie nmc'as 1 wmH — IM» to be Met. PH ONE lh.111, Î MORGAN CITY Prompt Delivery MR. MERCHANT! What's the use of your carry iag a complete stock of goods nless Folks know what you've toP at at Lodge Directory, Lodge* mb AdvcrUae their Um sad place of MOtiaf at fife per month la this oolumn THIBf! OF bCN HUB—Sir MU»* Coart Ko. 3ft Triba of Ben Bar, Mela lb* Firat and Third Taaaday -of __sh * month, Radmaa- Hall, 8 -p. a Cha*. Francioni, Scribe; Thomas F. Goraan, Chief. eafetiVt CWavck High Mass every first Sunday at 9:30 a. m. Low mass every other Sunday at 7:00 a. m. Sunday school every Sunday at 3:30 p. m. BERWICK Low mass on first Sunday at 7:30 a. m. High mass on third Sunday at 9:30 a. m Sunday school every Sunday at mas s hours. _ The Morgan City Daily Review, 40 emtid per meath. WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE To our Frienttsand the Public that we have installed a GAS FLUNG STATION And will carry at all times A full line of High Grade Lubricating Oils And Transmission Greases We also carry in stock Goodyear Tires, Inner Tubçs And Auto Accessoriesr Statin apea cm I a. ■. ta 7 pi except Seafeys. BERWICK MERCANTILE COMPANY.