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nrgatt fflittj latlu iRntiritt VOI- n MORGAN CITY. LA.. ShiPTKMBKR 1 1 * j 1 ►. vi ; - ety First Ano'ic- I > insurance as well as other bu ••ness. 1 had this in mind v L • ! 'ct'ng companies represented y roe. Strong. Liberal and Prompt Pennsylvania Fire, Pa. America Eagle Fire . N. Y. Imperial Asssurance , N. Y. Security, New Haven. Conn. Western Assurance, Toronto Ufe Insurance, New York Life Accident Insurance, Travelers Compensation Insurance, Travelers Marine Insurance, Neare, Gibbs & Lent fa n Je, Plate Glass, Southern Security Co. Fire and Tornado, American of Newark, N. J. I have had the experience and know how to protect you. Your business will be appreciated. FRANK VAUGHAN Office Belanger Bldg. Telephone 27 Notice: We have today purchased the business and good-will of the Margin City Plumbing Co., and are now in position to figure on »ok of all kind. We carry a complete line of Plumbing Goods | adSippiies, and will give estimates promptly. We will do your plumbing Work with a small cash payment, and easy terms for the balance. Let Us Figure With You DYER-LEHMANN CO.. LTD. aaaaaaaaaaaa; Do your banking with the largest and < moat up-to-date hank in the city > The First National Bank A Morgan City, La. "The Place for Safety" Capital and Surplus 100,000.00 Resources < >ver $500,000.00 • hilhank is su|iervist*d by the' ( 'umptroller <>f the Currency of the United .states (>overnient and the affairs are N$ conduite,) hi leading business men of \^ this city Our Aim, - Kffieient Service \> Motto.- Security for our depositors v Your business solicited, large :>r small we serve all. po n . • fffirers Ap Ootton. P'.-sident. Eugene A, f'harr. V-President. ^MsnceE. Norman. V-Prt-s.n. nt, Ke unie U. Hood, Cashier. y* Chas. P. Lynch. Asst't. Cashier. JjVAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAXXVV WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Msts Garden and Flower Seeds ■ ^ve just received a large ship and can supply our customers **" ®ôr wants klanger drug company the rexall store fï Have you sub . Mmton City Re P*r month consistently paper. The Morgan City Weekly Re view $1.50 per year in advance. SEE I. W PADDOCK FOR INSURANCE tf POLICE JURY PÜOIÏÏDINGS. (Continued on page 3) Review til Hie Deiiberatiuns ui ihe Parish Fathers At fheir Monthly Meeting, i _____ The Stptember session of the St. Mary Parish Police Jurors was held at Franklin on Wednesday of this week and the Review presents its readers with the following unoilicial report of its proceedings: The Police Jury meeting for September was called to order with Hon. Charles X. Frost presiding and the following members present : T. 11. Kim brough. Gabriel Haydel. Sidney J. Wolford, Arthur Olivier, Oscar Bou dreaux. W. X. Gooch, T Aucoin, Jno. R. Drackett and A. E. Gahn; i absent: John A. Pharr. I The minutes of the last meeting with the exception of certain re ! ports and estimates from outstanding committees which were omitted from the reading were read and unanimously adopted. Dr. Goodwin and Mr. Bernard of Iberia parish appeared before the j Police Jury asking that St. Mary parish designate the fair to be held this I fall at Iberia as the St. Mary Parish Fair in order that they may obtain : the appropriation of $-00 made by the state for the parish of St. Mary in the event of a fair being held in this laredi In response to the petition of the gentlemen from Iberia, Mr. Drackett made h motion, second-'.] tiy Mr. Gooch to the effect that the Police Jury authorize the holding of a Eve stock and agricultural exhibit by the parish of St. Mary, same to be held on the dates of September 2h to October 1, and place of exhibit t< be in the city of Iberia and to he held in conjunction with the Teche l'air to be held in that city on the dates named. The motion was carried. On motion presented and passed a permit was issued to J. W. Ro.ler guez and Sons for half year saloon license, conditional upon th.<- legal requirements being met by the communicators. Claims or labor and damage to crops ensuing from the budding of model roads through the properties of Max Peters and Henry Taylor in the sums of $35.00 each were referred to the Engineer Loustalot for ap proval and subsequent payment after routine consideration by the Jury. A communication from Walter Y. Kemper was read relative to a permit to rebuild their bridge on the Teche. On motion made an»' .econded the jury voted to authorize the reconstruction of the draw-bridge by the Oak Bluff Planting and Manufacturing Company across the Bayou Teche at or near its present site on the Oak Bluff plaotation about four miles above the town of Franklin on the following conditions, the bridge to be so constructed as not to interfere with navigation; the draw span to be not less than 69 feet clear measure at right angles to the stream; bridge and approaches to be in accordance with plans to be approved by the secretary of war. The issuance of a warrant for $300, comprising the funds remaining was authorized in favor of the S. W. P. & T. Co., covering claims ore sented as due to that company. A communication to Mr. W. C. Baker and one to the Police Jury relative to the payment of warrants to C. W. Clements, constable of the 6th ward, resulted in motion being passed that warrants for months of July and August and subsequent warrants be not issued until satisfactory evidence of the proper performance of duties had been submitted and accepted. The report from Mr. E. S. Soucier, demonstration agent, was re ceived and filed. The secretary of the Jury was instructed to issue warrant covering charges by Robert Maitland for conveyance of persons from Morgan City to Franklin. A motion was passed instructing the awarding of scholarships to the Louisiana Industrial Institute to Miss Odys Carlson of Patterson, as ENJOYABLE EVENING AT EVANGELINE The benefit of the Helena Circle at the Evangeline last night was delightful and well attended. Besides "The Seekers" on the screen, the "clou" of the evening was the vocal part of the entertainment. Misses Ollie Hebert and Genevieve Grevemberg sang exquisitely, rythmically and with musical pathos a duet "Aloha-Oa" (Farewell to Thee) and Mr. Chas. Delas sang with much feeling a song of the past, "When 1 Was a Dreamer" and Raoul Delas sang in his popular style a song of the future, "When I Leave the World Behind. All four well merited the lavish applause with which they were greeted. MRS. AUGUST GOULAN DEAD Mrs August Goulan, wife of August Goulan who is well known as a tinner in this city, died at her home on Fifth Street near Railroad Avenue last night. The remain? were taken to New Iberia today for burial. Mr. and Mrs. Goulan formerly lived in New Iberia, the home of the deceased lady's relatives. Mr. Goulan and several small children survive Mrs. Goulan and the sympathy of their friends and acquaintances is extended to thorn in their bereavement. M. M. M. SHOWER Miss Irma Ditch entertained the M. M. M. Club at a miscellaneous placher. The shower was arranged in shower in honor of Miss Julia Bru a most unique way. When Miss Brupcher arrived, a parasol was opened over her hea»l an»l she was literally showered with beautiful presents. Those who enjoyed the occasion were the Misses Florence Ditch, Ruth Joret, Winnie Smyly, Ana Mae Fleury, Lula Mae Campbell, Julia Bruplacher. Miss Alfreda Golden was the out of town guest. There will be a business meeting of the club Saturday, September 9th. j : We sell the goods that don't come back to customers that do. Dver-Lehman Co. Ltd. The Modern Store. iThe Morgan City Daily Review, 40c per month delivered. 1 I Mr. Douglas Xye of New York after spending the summer with his relatives Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Pharr, will leave next week for Alexandria where he has accepted the position of director and supervisor and in- - : structor in the public schools there., j From the encomiums of able critics 1 Alexandria is to be congratulated on ; j securing the services of this espec- ' Gaily talented young man whose (Course of study was pursued in the .best New York schools of music and under the instruction of the re renowned, Mr. Damrosch. Mr. Xye takes with his the best wishes of his many friends in his field of work to which he is trulv born. Feed Norris Candy.—Peoples' Drug Co. .. __________ _ D. C. Walsh returned • Thursday evening from a business visit to New Orleans. School starts soon. Cold lunch es in demand. We specialize on good things for them. Dver-Lehman Co. Ltd. ) ! j n $ IS hr rine ST1 R I !\ E OR NO STRIKE Our f alt < foods hi . • ri\ ed. W hate the most wore ' tip line of men's ; wo ar for you this Yuli that has ever been displaced in Mor«. an ( it y . Prices Ke at. Qu li ;>• t he Highest. 1 Ml V» hen \ ou 1 hink of — VINDEX SHIRTS REGAL SHOES KNOX HATS ARROW COLLARS t l KLEE TROl'SERS HEAT URl MEL TAILOR ING I Î ROADW A Y N K< K W EAR Y IN HEX UNDERWE AR —Think of Us. We have every - thing for the man. "Quality First" Always The Store that unreduced the famous $2.00 hat in this city. (pM WK .) U ST R ECEI \ ED FRO M FACTORY IN EVANSVILLE One Pretty Three Piece library Suit In English covered with genuine brown Spanish leather suit au a very m oderate price Ue also Have in Transit To Arrive This Week A Five Piece Parlor Suit -Mahogayn Finish: Somethin? that will add to any horn* Home Furnishing Co. General Line of Furniture and House Furnishings Neit to Belanger's Drag Store Phene 16 GUS DREWS, President K- W. DREI H HOLZ, Vice-Presdt The Bank of Morgan Gty first on the roll of honor Has larger deposits, surplus and resources in proportion to capital than any Bank in the Parish of St, Mary. It is your duty to protect your valuable papers; we ask you to call at this Bank and w<- will be pleased to show you cur .safety deposit boxes The deed to your property, or a life insurance policy, jewelry nor in usti and tax receipts ;U e worthy of n safe deposit I »ox; these boxes are in a steel vault and can onlv be opened with the key rh.tt we -give vo u We rm V ou these boxes for S3.(JO p»-r year Capital 525,000.00 Surplus $52,000 00 Resoiirciis S360.ft00.00 F. I* VVINGfJb STEM < 'ashler .». B. < >' BRI KN, Asst > „shier Let the Morgan City Realty and Insurance Agency WORRY Yes, we aie worrying in giv our polo ta» » i the best service in the best and strongest com panies in America, and shnu-d you ha\ -, ns, v , u don't need t<> worry oecui»-. we re rosen: tin* best.nisiiranee companies >». the wot Id. MORGAN CITY REALTY AND 1NURANCE AGENCY LEON KAHN. Preside, i I.KWl.s.l. BASS, Manager. ' ^ ** W ) Morgan City Livery Co. PAItlSli|aGENTS KOI; Chevrolet Cars We ke»-p parts forfsani*- Dernnrst'-atinn gladly giv.-u. Phone 135-11"