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The Morgan City daily review. (Morgan City, La.) 1916-1920, August 23, 1916, Image 3

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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
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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»
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— 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.

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