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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 printing 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 for months or years ahead and place your order now for such work? The rising paper costs alone will justify you in such ordering. Papers stocks have ad vanced from 100 per cent to 300 per cent and the end is not yet. Expert - who have studied the situation 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 Complété Business men of Morgan CitySix months from now they will and -unrounding country should have reason to fully appreciate give this matter their earnestour statements. * \ uo:d to the consideration without delav.wise." THE MORGAN CITY REVIEW iyainicg Ag*aucaaac'^fiKt»EgaB3g*3eA , aBniAflMpgozt «wer. er. r g,- 9 Evangeline Theatre MORGAN CITY A' A LOUISIANA A Classy Progrd nme tor (ha W -e;< Thursday. -• i>r. 2!—R d Feather Fei* lire, in Five- Big Aits From Broadway To A Throne A facinaMng story of .1 Broadway Boxer who beatm King TELEGRAPH EFFICIENCY EXPERT HERE TODAY of Morgan City tod ay had a vi-itor in the per son of Mr . J. E. McLemore, oin* of Dallas , Texas, who is Division Tiii Tr aveling Agent of the Western Hi lion Te legraph (. ' imp.my. and he W''' en t a f ew hours here with Mnna « i r F idiei r en route to Dallas. t Mr. Me Lemore is an old time t de gi* aplu-r \ V ith youn g id as of "G t >f Up i and do it now" i -. le. 1 luring hi ; w ;here h - met r -if t l • hn but lit? sa men who foil: 1 !• m a. 1 i v • wir ; \ reprise ntative • >' : Sv R-v i -w had rom chat v th him '• ! he den .ax' i it i e id that li i thor rig 1 K.iv-'i n- 'n' - cane i an d out's of the tc •legraph business. ! ami In the language < >f Mr. McLemore |e.-,m "Its the new Wes' tern Union now. i this the old Western Urian has passed in to oblivion." .Mr. McLemore gave a few interesting figures of what a big concern the Western Union Tele graph Company is: They own and operate 210,000 miles of poles, 1,505,159 miles of wire which would girdle the earth CO times and 300,000 miles of cables. They have 175.000 employes and 1G, 000 offices in operation. During thejU year 1915 they handled 159,000,000 j a - m s ages and 18,000,000 ca' 1 s During July 191 G one office in th Gulf Division, which is th" local di vision handl 'd 1,359.050 t degram ! ! ! still , I he ; j 1 Jit I'D ■ canif al st< ?d million th snual fur. 1 of Tiier- i ; h o n-Vfi'T !.' n| 1 Tl! [liilisn !,. Mi!id! Fresh Meats Market 147, HesniHiico 153 Prompt Service Quick Delivery ! ij'inc I in that there is not a new innovation introduced by this company. One the hit est novi cities that the eom pan? ,• has pu t Ik ■fore tli- people is oin* t'i a Ivis won imm uiiat * favor. Tiii ' : ; ; i * »• n ifie; Lint (level opnient is itj r t<> e X ' ."It > 1 cm i ! commissions W''' buvin : and e •n lia; : flower ;, ean Y, books fil cou gh its money ran sf r ' lepa î t m 'Ht This is a new t r n > \v i ng out <> r il ree -nt change >f v ira et i • e. 1 [»rev io 1 shy til • company » u îi J ac . t m on '.Y for t amsfer, but make th 'n.l -r pay for t de V~a: -hing the r«.*' ci pi ut. Now ths rom pany ; im.'.i , that exp rise. Fimi ktrlj ; now it acepts an order to buy cane 1 y o r flo •.y t: > io : a distant city ami i i -. * 1 i v t 1 -r it at ; i give n address. The |e.-,m pan y has jus t begun advertising this great fei iture of the service. nue it-; advance ant! - nci s :ir " ccrtain "Along these lines," said Mr. Mc Lemore, "many such features are still in vogue and many more are sort mplated. That there will he a marked im provement and extension in the tole graph service in the future ii not to he doubted, according to Mr. Me Lemore. Fnv -ntive genius and ad ministrat ivc slid are bound to eon the name dot' Jit T'c scnoolh iu at I • i t mil"s from I'< namited hut not : d r ,r Sept-mh'-r in New h' -.r pr-.t avainst re on f r -j t- an - : • getables Both il - r! i •. and do fia reported the levelopment of great battles on the of the Russians and Roumanian* in Dorbrudja.