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IjjifpOlltE JURY PROCEEDINGS
|| ™ [Continued from pas»* 1J _ » with the highest averages in the competitive exami ^ ^^Franklin on August 13, for appointment as beneficiary * to the said Institute. Miss Adeline Darnall of Franklin cholarship to the Louisiana State Normal from this S ng competitor in the examination for beneficiary for ! „ the winning was instructed issue warrants covering these ap j*nor ® ecrC éjf#*- L p icot( sheriff appeared before the Police Jury and fa 0 ""? heating apparatus at the parish jail was in very bad 1*4 th»t "*e repa i rs . He suggested the connection of the court r pi neede atus with that of the jail as a method of heating *P p line wjth sheriff' Picot's suggestions, steps were taken ladings- invc8tjgate th( . militer and make the necessary changes |h itjg situation. Jlgtieaeoy from ^ lntcre tate Bank and Trust Company was I«"?* 1 • t0 t he fact that they have on deposit w ith the Hibernia ^(»lling *®* B _ _ certain bonds of the Oakland Drainage District t«d d nosits of the parish in the Interstate Bank and Trust Co., ' tat$50 000 of these bonds be returned to them. A motion the president to instruct the Hibernia Bank and ,#U, ° wrn 0 ver to the Interstate Bank and Trust Company I»«cess of the amount of $10,000. * wed seconded and carried that the parish borrow ftom I * Fund the sum of $5000 to pay the interest on the good October 1st, same to be returned whenever the General *** permit, and that the president was authorized to pay I»*** B „ k and Trust Company the sum of $5000, semi-annual »**"** 000 of Good Roads Bonds, due October 1st. The " ** "further authorized to cash Good Roads Certificate of De (or |5000 and to deposit proceeds with the secretary of ll®* t was issued covering claim presented and properly signi J^Belanger Drug Company of Morgan City for vaccine points ^^E^r^T^eport of the Finance Committee was dispensed ,Ï75«L pa.«^ to list all bills for the approval of .ho Fi R Emmett O'Neil as inspector of licenses teas read jftiStoch matters in the report as needed attention were referred flfrttding of the Treasurer's report was dispensed with after tottat effect and was properly passed. Likewise the reading of the 1 «»the Sheriff and the Tax Collector. The same action was taken ^j to the reading of Engineer's Estimate No. 13. Si farther business being presented the Jury adjourned in regular CIVIL WAR NEGRO DEAD. Bèd Willi«, a colored citizen of this city, and one of the partici kh the Civil War, died of old age here yesterday. His remains were I today in the Confederate burying ground at this place. Many w tile old colored veteran and he had many friends among both fetal Mack population. * THE REVIEW OFFICE Is now equipped to give the con sumers of stationary and print ed supplies a class of service they have never been able to ob tain before. Modern printin', machinery and type have been installed and expert workmen have been secured. There is no class of ordinary printing, circu lar work, tabular reports, book and catalog printing, color work engraving, embossing and litho graphing that this office can not handle promptly and at Prices Below All Competition Quality Considered Why not anticipate your needs (hr months or years ahead and Hue your order now for such wmt? The rising paper costs d«e will justify you in such «teht. Papers stocks have ad «Metd from 100 per cent to 300 P* emit and the end is not yet. Exports who have studied the dtaaUon claim that it will be years under the best of condi tions before paper again de clines in price. A complete fam ine or famine prices of paper are not impossible during next year. For this reason, we sug gest that you look ahead and save against the future by plac ing your orders now while we can take care of them and While Our Stocks are Yet Complete own of Morgan City ««i surrounding country should this matter their earnest •«■^deration without delay. Six months from now they will have reason to fully appreciate our statements. "A word to the wise." the MORGAN CITY REVIEW TRINITY CHURCH Morgan City. September 10th.—Services be gin at 7:30 p. m. Dr. McKenzie's text will be "Give me understanding and I jwill keep Thy law." Please come. Service short. Sunday School and Bible Class at 10 a. m. Morgan City Daily Review 10c per month delivered. Yellow completion, pimples, and disfiguring blemishes on the face or body can be gotten rid of by doctoring the liver which is torpid. HERBINE is a powerful liver correctant. It purifies the system, stimulates the vital organs and puts the body in fine, vigorous condition. Price 50c. Sold by Belanger Drug Co. Building? It will pay you to buy hardware, lime, cement etc. from us. Dyer-Lehman Co. Ltd. MRS. M. E. LAN M X Prop, of The Spot. ('old Drinks, Ham Sandwiches Fruits, etc. Check a cough or cold in the lungs before it develops a seri ous case. BALLARD'S HORE HOUND SYRUP is an effec tive remedy for all soreness or congestion in the lungs or air passages. Price 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Belanger Drug Company. STATE UNIVERSITY TO HAVE EXHIBITS. Thoroughly appreciating the valu» of the fcouisiana State Fair as an ed ucational factor, especially wielding influence in the development of agri cultural and industrial enterprise, th» State University takes keen interest ir -he big institution by making exhibit and furnishing members of the facultv and representatives ot different de parlments as superintendents, judges etc. This year no less than thirty L S U men will serve the fair in various capacities ml. in addition, there wil be •< collection of exhibits represent Inc t ias- rooms, wo.k srtTips, experi meut tamis, extension department anc other tira aches ol the university's ac tii iti'-s. The main university display will be placed .a the Kn position Building where a corps of assistants will rep ivseiit til*- faculty in answering in quivies, explaining different feature and distributing literature about vcf great school. Secretary L. N Brueggerhof? Shreveport, will furnish catalogue, premium lists, etc-., upon application The lair opens Nov. I and runs slj days. MODEL DAIRY AT LOUISIANA FAIR. One of the particularly interesting features of the cattle department ol the lx>ui.-«iana State Fair, Nov. 1 to 6 will he a model dairy, built with lutn her donated by Louisiana lumber man utacturers and equipped at the expenst of i he Fair Association. It will be in charge of expels, who will explain the various details. especially with a view of encouraging more dairying in IxMiisiuna and adjoining states, where soil, climate and other conditions arc -o advantageous fot the' dairy bust i.ess In addition to limns!.trig the mate rial for erect men will In among tin I.tirt :i:illv tit "g the dairy, the lumber ■ plan for distribution a rmers who visit tin I plans will show lio.v ; ay be placed on 11 'e suitable c-o.-t t*> using über. The plans ,vi! a daii v to accommoda '<* ! v, P P'-nutm. tms ns> :pcii arc not on tstry. hut arc s est in the state ; . the dairy industry i>': nr<. tn « • 1'ini ly iiiostin;: t!i—ir lio'vi'u: their in ir. and ei peeinlly . :tr d all who arc inter, .sled in dairying nr-.- urged i \b-ii the model building. Lumber nier donating the materials for the huildimi .ire: For e-'t tlovtie and ether informa not. ai > cretai v I V Rrtiegger BABY SHOW BIG 4-DAY PROGRAM. Visitors to the Louisiana State Fail j this year, Nov 1 to 0. will enjoy an in j novation in the annual Baby Show, a 4-day entertainment, in the form of a Juvenile Congress of Notions. Undet the plans outlined, a baby front ever* nationality in Shreveport will be se ieeted for exhibition at the Congress, which is to last three days. A pre : Mm Inary survey shows that there are ; et least flftceu nationalities to draw from. The Baby Show, at which about 20f little boys and girls will be judged ' scientifically by experts, will open No vember l. which is the opening day of the fair, and rim four days, through Saturday. On the closing day prizes, including special medals, will b« awarded with patriotic exercises in 1 the Coliseum, to which the public is in , vited. the same as to flie Baby Show itself Many nurses and club women and ph ysieians will assist .Mrs. Cordon Irons and Dr. I. M. Bodenheitner. sup i erintendent and medical examiner, re spectively, in conducting the show. If there are physical or mental defects in children entered and examined, they ; are pointed out. free of charge, for j correction, which is one bentlit of the Baby Show. ? For catalogue, premium lists, etc.,, apply to Secretary L. N. BrueggerliofT, Shreveitort FOOTBALL TEAMS MEET NOVEMBER 4. Two football games will feature the, sport during the celebration of School ; and College Day at the Louisiana State j Fair. November 4. Thousands of col j legians and school folks, including pu- i plls, teachers, parents and friends, will be in attendance rooting for their favorite teams, and a lively demonstra tion is assured. Several college bands are expected to assist in the celebra tion. The first game will be played in the afternoon at 1:3ft o'clock, between the Louisiana State Normal School and ttoe Ijouisiana Industrial Institute, of Natchitoches and Ruston, respectively. These institutions are great rivals in athletics and the spectators are cer tain to witness a hard fought game. The annual struggle between the Arkansas State University and the Louisiana State University will be played in the afternoon of School and College Day. Judging by former at tendance. the grandstand will be packed to overflowing and seats on the : packed to overnowmg aim V.. <■-= field of battle will l><- in demand. This will ho the fourth annual contest at the Louisiana state Fab between ! these two universities. Applv to Secretary T. N Bruegger hoff. Shreveport, for catalogue, etc. Dates of Fair. Nov. 1 to fi GENERAL DISPLAY OF CORN AT FAIR. With a view of encouraging the pro duction of corn, the State Fair Asso each year at the ixmistana atate ran. The premiums offered in this depart* ment this year total $500. The awards ■ are for general corn exhibits. adults, juveniles and all other corn growers being eligible to compete. Prof. A. F. Kidder, professor of agronomy of the Louisiana State Uni -1 versity, will again be in charge of the corn exhibition; George Biahop. Cor-' dell. Okla.. judge. This means that the department will receive the very best of attention Besides the distribution of prizes for best exhibits, there will be lec tures in the corn department and in raX^SÄi."»« planting and cultivation. For catalogue, etc., apply to Secre Cary L. V Brueggerho*. Shreveport Evangeline Theatre * * Morgan City A Classy Programme for the Week FRIDAY -A Big Hit in a Triangle Feature in The Apostle of Vengeance A Five Reel Corker, with VVm. S. Hart. This show will more than please you. Prices 10c -ATCKD.VY A Lae m tu le F^aiu re The Mask ol Fortune !t.i ' uui it,Muggins. A Drama ot Intense Heart Interest u in Cn-t.-hen Ledcre and BaLy- Jane, and Pat llooney in A I Mr»-!L at ing < 'omed.v Belle and The Bell Hop If it h.wlv to laugh. close your eyes on t II i - one Price ley s' M ) N —Eighth f-.pi.sode > i The Secrets of the Submarine ,\i ,i i Two-Reel Triangle Keystone Comedy The Lion and The G-irl vNuh Clare Ai. lersoti and Joe .lackson. it. the leading rob Price 10 1 f member the dale for that Wonderful Feature Photo "Where Are My Children ' .TUESDAY, SEPT. 19. The show will start at 3:30 sharp Tuesday eve and a continu ous run will be niaor until every one has been able to see this great feature. Price 2. r n everybody. 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Vnrlr nnd ! be run between New York and French and Italian ports. --- You'should actquickly to ward When you have an achey, stretchy feeling and you are dull tired and discouraged it is a sign of approaching malaria or chills -------------- ~ attack. HERBINE offers ■ . , ntl o,l It des the:you the help you need. It d . j ^ ro y S malarial germ, drives all impurities and makes feel bright, vigorous and cheerful. Price 50c. Sold bv Be langer Drug Co. j out j ' advertisement in the Mor ; gan City Review will do the . . f 1 »tunt tor .VOU. iry H. Have i do you you rooms for rent, desire boarders ? Semite i Maddox For WINES. Cigars, etc Telephone I HZ LIQUORS. Morgan t'ity. La. OaYaoVvc, CArvurcV High Mass every tirst, Sunday at 9:30 a. m. Low mass every <>the*r Sunday at 7:00 a. ux Sunday scImki! every Sunday att 3:30 p. m. BERWICK Low mass on first Sunday at 7:30 u. m High mass un thir*i Sunday at 9:30 a. m. Sunday sflnsti ever v Sumiay at.mass hours The Morgan City Weekly Re view $1.50 per year in advance.