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organ (Hit g Satlg Srtrino Soi MORGAN CITY, LA.. SEPTEMBER IS. lGlf> U55 MEETING TO BE HELD AT CITY HALL TO-NIGHT itisen of Morgan City and *** CltU d to attend the meet 1** * die City Hall to gome plan of greet (0* to New Orleans y (br tK " 0B5W . • • I y reads rz. heft tomorrow LJ Mock. The party will com .Mat fourteen automobiles Jft* » expected to extend ft* **i^Sorteaies with which the ♦»■"T rZÜl <rro#ted along the K^^y which is scheduled _______ morning at • y w iH com fourteen automobiles j Igye been greeted along •t toonrts who are following & Old Spanish Trail thru Ss» a« taking down a route ■H0EST IN STYLE SHOW IS GROWING General interest among merchants y natrons in the Fall Opening and Show to be held here October growing. Plana are bein map y oat to interest the buyers and on fet d»J the citizens of Morgan City y mrroondihg territory will be l^y |q g spread of fall and win 1 , factions in all lines of merchan dry goods, clothing and millin «y Bf r ,l> *" t * are especially taking ly of (be opening idea with en yOaoi and aome unique displays yn be held. Windows will be deco mlad to convey the new ideas and Mm interiors will be arranged to any o«t the idea of the Myit show plan. Probably Morgan Cfcy Mi— and gentlemen will be itic on that day to see the new coats ml snita and hats show on living ■sdria Thin method of showing yds is usually earned out and no Mt will be used here on October M. As the plans progrès and ma lm the Review will keep its read ers informed in regard to them and ft h to be expected that every man Min and child will make it a l*t to visit the different, displays • the date set Notice: We have today purchased the business ami good-will oi the Martin City Plumbing (V*., and are now in position to figure on •oft bl all kind. Wc carry a complete line of Plumbing Good« and Supplies, and will giv» estimates promptly. We will do your plumbing work with a small Ci«h payment, and easy terms for the balance Let Us Figure With You DYER-LEHMANN CO., LTD. Let the Morgan City Realty and Insurance Agency WORRY Yes, wg .ire worrying to «iw our policy hotdvtM "te beat servie»» iu the oest'and strongest com panies in America, and shouid you have a loss vou JT" 'bro^nced to worry oecause we represent the be«,insurance companies in the world. Morgan city realty and insurance AGENCY KAHN. President. LEWIS .1. BASS. Manager. WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR bist's Garden and Flower Seeds We have just received a large ship 22**and can supply our customers their wants klanger drug company the rexall store ! j j j j • j that will probably be of great im portance to this city and the pood roads advocates in this section will demand that Morgan City be estab- . jn lished on the great highway which . _:li v. - i:.l. at__ ____ I ... part towards entertaining the visit ore tomorrow and the usual hospi tality of this part of the state will undoubtedbly make the good roads party long remember this city as one of the notable points along the route. will be a link in the coast to coast j • chain of model road. Every citizen, whether automobile j j owner or not is expected to do his | JEWISH MERCHANTS TO OBSERVE HOLIDAYS From six o'clock on the evening of September 27th until six o'clock on the evening of the 28th and from six o'clock on the evening of Octobe 6th until six o'clock on the evening of October 7th, the follow ing places of business in Morgan City will be closed in order to observe the Jewish holidays falling on those* dates. L. Loeb & Sons Fisher Brothers Albert's Store Leon Kahn Henry Loeb & Co. Henry Kahn Isadore Blum Dave Kahn Specialty Store Goldman's Home Furnishing Company Sam Blum 2wk NOTICE Bids will be received by the City Clerk of Morgan City until 4 p. m., Tuesday, September 19th, 1916, for 1200 (twelve hundred) cubic yards of gravel or shell. Boat delivery F. O. B. bank on north side Avoca bridge, rail delivery F. O. B. ears, Morgan City. M. D. SHANNON, Mayor. . jn New Orleans . I visiting friends at Jerc Dyer Biloxi, Miss. SEE I. W. PADDOCK FOR IN SURANCE. Sam Caro was dieville Sunday. a visitor to Laba Audrey B. Fisher spent Sunday' C. L. Montero of New Orleans is j ^ëtoday. j L. R. Blakeman w; | Labadievillc Sunday. Miss Fannie Golden returned to day from Jeanerette. J. A. Strauss is a business visit or to Jeanerette today. Sam Blum and Isadore Blum went to Labadieville Sunday. Try a package of Cream Alaska— Pioneer Grocery Company. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Blum of Pat terson spent Sunday here. Don't forgqll that box of Nun nally's—Peoples' Drug Co. Good old lye hominy in ten cent tins.—Dyer Lehman Co. Ltd. Mr. H. F. Belanger is spending a few days in Galveston for an outing. Messrs. Wormser and Sons of Jeanerette motored here Sunday. Just arrived—New Vienna Sau sage in oil.—Pioneer Grocery Co. Mr. C. N. Chapman left this morn ing for Baton Rouge to enter L. S. U. Msis Lottis Chaisson of Patterson spent the week end here with friends FOR RENT—A 5-room cottage on Third Street. Apply to C. P. Lynch. Just arrived,— new pigs feet— new spare ribs—Pioneer Grocery Mr. Peter Leonard of Harvey, La., spent the week end with his family here. Reily's delightful teas. A kind for either hot or iced tea. Dyer-Lehman Co., Ltd. Grahom biscuit? and marshmallow gems: oyster crackers.—Dyer-Leh man Co. Ltd. Mrs. M. Nelson who has been visiting relatives here left for her home in Algiers. Messrs. C. and R. Dyer of Mor gan City were in town last Friday. —Jeanerette Hustler. I.ocis Nelson who has been visit ing relatives ?.ere will leave for bis home today in Algiers. Heath* A Mulligan Paint*. Qua] ■uo saoit ouiuu oqt ojojaq ut sooîf .fjt Pioneer Grocery Co., Agents. Mr. Elzey of Thibodaux, repre senting Morris and Co., of New Or leans was a visitor here yesterday. A plumber ready for you at a moment's notice. Phone us when in trouble.— Dyer-Lehman Co.. Ltd. Mr-. S. R. i : ekett and little d *ugh *ei who have been visiting her • re turned to their home in Alexen Ina lod-jv. Mr. A. Soumeillan and Dr. C. C. deGravelles were among those who left for Franklin today on court business. Lionel Fleury visited his brother, Dan, in New Orleans Sunday where the latter is confined in the Touro Infirmeary. Mr. Herbert Cotten is in New Or leans on business. He will probably jgo to Jackson, Miss., befor returning |to his home here. FOR SALE—A lot of fine furni jture in first class condition, costing above $200 at greatly reduced pric jes Call phone 165. Misses Irma Ditch. Milton Salvo, Lottie Chaisson and Mrs. Ernest Ditch were among the visitors to Labadievillc yesterday. Miss Leah Norman left today for Nashville, Tenn.. tdi enter school, Mrs. Norman accompanied her as ■far as New Orleans. Yellow compleciion, 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 correetant. It purifies the system, stimulates the vital organs and puts the body in fine, vigorous condition. Price 50c. Sold by Belanger Drug Co. ply Miss Alfreda Golden left yester day for New Orleans where she has accepted a position as a teacher in jne of the high schools. Mrs. Daspit returned from New j )rleans yesterday afternoon where , .he went two weeks ago to undergo | an operation which carried success fully. Jos. II. Loeb is off on a visit to the branches of the Berwick Bay Fish and Oyster Co., at Dallas and j Houston, Texas, to be absent for several days. Mr. D. G. Fleury of Morgan City who went to New Orleans a few weeks ago for medical treatment at the Touro Infirmary is reported in a very unfavorable condition this morning. Abount 100 fans from Morgan City attended the ball game at La badie villj| Sunday between Patte-- j son and Labadieville. There were 206 automobiles there and the gate j receipts were $629. The crowd was estimated at 2500. Thru some good fortune, cause unknown to Manager Loeb, the pa trons of the Evangeline will have more than the usual attraction to night as the "man behind" has ship ped a few extras here which will be included in the program. The Uni versal Weekly News films will be a feature tonight. As a souvenir of a hard fought series of ball games, the last ball used in the last contest between Patterson and Labadie which was won yesterday by Labadie. 6 to 3, is now on exhibition at the Fad. This relic of some exeiting baseball his tory was presented to Mr. Sam Blum by Pitcher Ivens and First Baseman Howell. Mr. Geo. Picou. field manager on Avoca, brought in one of the finest sweet potatoes seer, this year. It weighs 4 Vt pounds and was raised on old lands, or lands under culti vation for a number of years.. Po tatoes axe raised in abundance on Avoca and are used for fattening hogs as well as for human food. The above mentioned specimens is 18' inches long. From the Patterson Tribane Professors Law an4 Lee of Mor gan City and Berwick were the guests of Prof. P. C. Rogers last Sunday. Miss Zama Mount of Morgan City is the charming guest of her sister, Mrs. Roy H. Nutta'l. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Cotten spent part of the week here with the lat ter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Roussel. 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. Its 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. MRS. M. E. LAN M X Prop, of The Spot. Cold Drinks, Ham Sandwiches | Fruits, etc. COTTAGE FOR RENT. Four rooms hall and bath. Fourth block from Ferry landing. Connec tions with water and sewerage. Ap ply to Sol Loeb. ERNEST E. DITCH Fresh Meats PHONES Narbet 147, ResMenee 153 Prompt Service Quick Delivery j , | j j j (Oct !tfisr It is Iter hr WARNING KEF.P AWAY FROM OUR TAILOR INC DEPARTMENT UNLESS YOU WANT TO SAVE FROM $3 TO $10 ON YOUR MADE-TO-MEASURE SUIT OR OVERCOAT. HAVE YOU THE TIME TO DROP in and *e* the great**» value ever offered in FALL HATS for $2. A Five dollar appearance and a Three dollar value. Your* for Service, "Fisherixe i* Right." «■n»**j**e< twteam Nine Piece Oak Dining Room Suit Buffet Polished Top 22x50. French Bevel Mirror 12x40, s ft. Extension Tab!" with Large Pedestal. Beautiful China Closet 6S" High, Width 37" French Bevr-I Mirror Hxl6". Bent Glass Ends, .1 Dining Chairs. I Ann Chair—covered in Chase leather Home Furnishing Co. General Line of Furniture and House Furnishings Next to Belanger's Drag Store Phone 16 Preparedness 1 I am prepared to furni*lj insurance of the very highest grade, to suit the oublie needs as follows *> Fire, Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident and Health, Marin", Automobile (fire and collision), Work mens'Compensation. Bonds. Plate Glass, Steam Boiler. Burglary. i Your preparedness *s in the possession of a policy in one of the >t r ong companies f represent. ABF. YOU PREPARED? Offic FRANK VAUGHAN 1 Belanger Building Telonhon*' N< | ( Morgan City Livery Co. ; v PAKiSli ; IGKNTSJFOU ft » Chevrolet Cars ' a Wi> Kt*i part» for name IXiinoi.-strat.ion gladly giv*sn. Phone. l.w-112 r f I | CHURCH NOTES Rev. ( dav two C. Wier delivered yester instructive discourses. At the morning service his subject was Daniel and he held out the prophet, us a type of manhood which is very . our days. A striking point rare made by the speaker was that al though Daniel was a prisoner in Bab ylon among heathens and heathen customs, he still retained his wor ship for the true God and did not defile himself with the king'« meat and wine. : At night Ruth was his subject j and the central thought of his dis course was that God's providence was the pivot on which the story of the Moabiters came to light God's plan of universal salvation was in the story of Ruth as a Gentile. By marriage to Boaz, she became the ancestress of our Savior, being the great grandmother of King David. Mrs Monroe at the morning ser-j re rendered a faultless vocal .«<•- I lection and Mr. tt night. Rev. McLane Hirr.dl of the sol. Presbyterian [Church preached twice yesterday to his flock. His morning subject was the two sides of life, the bright on« and the dark one. One of his points was that people were always inclin od to look on the dark side of life, forgetting that every cloud has it' silver lining At night the lrtth chapter of Gem .vas chosen by the teacher and the visit of the three angels to Abra ham was his theme. His main point was that sometimes entertaining strangers my bring blessings upo sts. From the Houma Tim» Mias Sinclair visited relative« the week. Mrs. A. A. Guidry f Morgan Cit> Houma during md after spending a few day left Sunday for Berwick children Hourrv.