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JHorgmt City ;0ailg
Published Daily Except Sund. y ay
C. E. Kino, Manager.
rates of subscription
1 Year in advance............84.00
*; Months in advance........... 2.00
3 Months in advance............ 1.00
1 Month......... 40
1 Week...... ....................10
Rates of Readers, Notices, Cards of
Thanks, Obituaries, etc,.:
Per Line first issue........ *c
Subsequent issues............21c
Rates on display advertisement*
Ring managers office 278.
Entered as second class mail matter
at the Postottiee °of Morgan City. La.
Train Schedule
EAST BOUND
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No. 10
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WEST BOUND
No. 9
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No. 1
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No. 11
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THIRD
DISTRICT FEDERATED
CLUBS TO MEET IN LA
FAYETTE.
After spending the summer in the
mountains of North Carolina, Mrs.
A. F. Storm is home again and is
busily engaged in furthering the
plans for the Lafayette convention
of the Federated Clubs of the Third
District of which she is president.
The officers of this organization are
planning a very interesting program.
Their efforts supported by the pro
gressive Federated Clubs of Lafay
ette means the assurance of a most
successful convention in Octobe-.
The Flower Show.
A meeting of the committee
chairmen of the Civic League met
at the home of Mrs. A. F. Storm a
few days ago to discuss arrange
ments for the annual Morgan City
Flower Show. The ladies of these
committees and the Civic League as
a whole receive the liberal assist
ance of the community—a communi
ty that is always ready to join for
ces in every undertaking toward bet
terment. Lets all get interested and
lend our support to this feature that
is the road to a city beautiul.
Mrs. McNamara entertained the
Episcopal Guild on yesterday after
noon. The meeting was a most in
teresting and enthusiastic one and
almost a full attendance present. The
social feature which followed the
routine business was very enjoy
able. The Guild presented Miss Julia
Brupacher with a beautiful piece of
silver. The presentation was made
by Mrs. A. F. Storm.
► Miss Louise Caro, daughter of L.
Caro of Franklin, and Henry Poncio
of Morgan City were married in
Franklin Thursday at the Catholic
church, Rev. Father Rosseau officiat
ing. The couple went to New Orleans
on their honeymoon and will return
to Morgan City to make it their fu
ture h>me
The Morgan City Weekly Re
view $1.50 per year in advance.
The fall term of the state normal opens Tuesday, Sep. 12th.
Italians are pressing the Austrians with vigor, capturing several points,
Russians are giving much trouble to the Turks in the Caucases.
Mud is everywhere on the battle fronts and especially is it so in France.
Gulfport Centenial is made a National Fair by the U. S. Senate
passing the bill providing for $75,000 for the removal of the government
exhibit from San Deigo, Cal., to Gulfport, Miss.
Villa bandits are seen near the outposts of Pershing's troops. The
Mexican commander makes no effort to attack the band which moves north
without hinderance.
The United States Senate passed a bill increasing to $20 per month
the pension of widows of enlisted men who served in the Mexican war
or the Civil War and who- are over 70 years of age.
Widows of Civil War soldiers who were dropped because of re
marriage are restored to the pension rolls by a senate bill just passed.
A Fish Tale ! ! !
The window shades were falling fast,
As down old Klings ville road we passed;
The grass was wet, the mud was deep,
Yet ever homeward did we creep,
And all the burden of our song:—
"We caught a fish two inches long,"
Tho boughs and skirts bent to the gale
We ne'er let go that fish's tail;
No sneering lips nor haughty eye
Should give our tales of fish the lie.
For folks will make a lot of fun
At only hearing what you've done ;
The world will always treat you fair
If you have "got the goods" right there.
So thru the storm and wind and hail
Still keep your grip on the fish's tail.
— C. S. G.
Personals
Mr. Shaw of Baldwin was among!
us today.
Mr. Brown of Gibson, La., is in
Morgan City today.
Hon H. N. Pharr of Olivier was
in Morgan City today.
Mr. Geo. Stanfield of New Orleans
visited Morgan City today.
Congressman W. P. Martin was a
visitor to Moargan City today.
to Morgan City to make this their.
home.
Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Golden left
this morning for Abbeyville, La.
Judge Allen and District Attor
ney Baker of Franklin were in Mor
gan City today.
School supplies—Peoples' Drug
Company.
Mr. E. A. Burnett of Amelia, La.,
spent Thursday in Morgan City.
Mr. O'Neil leaves tomorrow for
Kentucky to enter school.
Mr. D. J. Fleury of Waddell-Jones
Co's office is confined to his home
on account o sicknes.
Mrs. W. J. Lowrance has return
ed from New Orleans accompanied
by her daughter Mrs. H. H. Hamil
ton and baby.
Mrs. David Davis of New Iberia
was one of the business visitors here
Thursday.
E. M. Weil returned to New Or
leans thi. morning and expects to
return about Monday.
Mr Collins of the Texas Co., spent
Sunday and Monday in Biloxi. Mis..
for a little recreation.
A new floor is being placed in
the building occupied bv the Imperial
Jewelry Co.
The Elks Entertained the ladies
at the Elk's club rooms Wednesday
evening. Quite a number were pre
sent.
The new addition to the Method
ist church is well under way under
the supervision of Contractor W. D.
Corbin.
Mr. Jos. H. Loeb, president of the
Berwick Bay Fish and Oyster Co.,
received his handsome new Buick au
tomobilethis morning.
Mr. Webb of Beaumont. Texas,
visited Morgan City today.
Mr. Talbot of Franklin was here
today.
Misses Rita and Marie Morgan re
turned to their home yesterday af
ter spending a few days here with
relatives.
Sam Watkins of Berwick was in
the city on busines today.
John C. Vinson of Houston, Tex.,
is visiting relatives in Berwick this
week.
Swellings of the flesh caused
by inflammation, cold, fractures
of the bone, toothache, neural
gia or rheumatism can be re
lieved by applying BALLARD'S
SNOW LINIMENT. It should
be well rubbed in over the part
affected. Jts great healing and
penetrating power eases the
pain, reduces the swelling and
restores natural conditions
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per
bottle. Sold by Belanger Drug
Co.
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To Fathers and
Mothers of Boys
jT's TIME to get the boys ready for
school we have the clothes: so
stylish that any boy wearing them
away to school can be sure that he
will noi see smarter ones on anyone:
and durable they'll give you a good,
long* hard run for the money you
spend.
For that long step from knickers
bockers to trousers, we have some
lively suits that any "young man''
would be delighted to wear.
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Copyright Hart Schaffner & Mart
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Hart Schaf filer & Marx
put all the style, design and skill into their "prep'*
suits that have made their men's clothes famous.
Start right and put the boys on the right
road to style and economy in clothes-buying.
Come in
show you our
line of goods*
No trouble to
beautiful
Henry Loeb Co., Ltd.
Morgan City's Fastest Growing Store.
Octave J. Delaune
CITY MARKET
Fresh Meats
OF ALL KINDS
Yn cai send your children to ay
market and get M weight and
best quality. My aim is to treat
■y customers the same as I wonld
She to he treated.
PHONE No. 11. MORGAN CITY
Prompt Delivery
Screen! Screen!
And protect yourself from mos
quitoes and flies and be happy
See Maryland Richard for all
uci-ppn work. Phone '21.
Lodge Directory.
Lodges can Advertise their time aud
place of meeting at ûüc per month
in this column
TRIBE OF LEN HÜR -St. Mary
t 'ourt No. 34 Tribe of Ben Hur, meets
on the First and Third Tuesday of
each mouth, Redmen Hall, 8 p, m.
Uhus. Francioni. Scribe: Thomas F.
Gorman. Chief.
Tli. re is more Catarrh in this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and for years it was sup
posed to be Incurable. Doctors pre
scribed local remedies, and by constant
ly falling: to cure with local treatment,
pronounced it Incurable. Catarrh is a
local disease, greatly influenced by con
stitutional conditions and therefore re
quires constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by P. J
Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio, is a consti
tutional remedy, is taken Internally
and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous
Surfaces of the System. One Hundred
Dollars reward is offered for any case
that Hall's Catarrh Cure falls to cure.
Bend for circulars and testimonials.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. Ohio.
Sold by Druggists. 73c.
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Morgan City Daily Review
40c per month delivered.
WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE
To our Friends and the Public
that vv e h a v e installed a
GAS FILLING STATION
And will carry at all time?
A full line of
High Grade Lubricating Oils
And Transmission Gr#
We also carry in stock
Goodyear Tires* Inner Tubes
And Auto Accessories
Station open from 6 a. m. to 7 p. a.
BERWICK MERCANTILE COMPAQ

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