Newspaper Page Text
, f 0T the Fruit Cake at • »«a. » D Tonps of New Orleans kj îîr a fe» da y s - the guest of l J fer> Kiss Maria Toups. I corn Beef, Spare Ribs, fodrtt Sausage at Jolley Bros. ^,uiUxs. Frank Manning of * j^^re visiting their parents *U. ; v-gjgj Domino Sugar in 2 lb. Jolley Bros. •L jgfler of Amelia is spending ^^h*re shopping and calling on fF ^ lige of combs, brushes, pock JPL hud purses, arm purses. jlglgDrag Co. L g H. Dailey, field secretary ifoiJUii-S*l oon League of Amer , visitor to Morgan City, te your physicians prescrip iJflW us - We make a Sfc «I this line. Our stock of chemicals are complete, the market can afford. H^rDrug Co. L W. PADDOCK FOR IN Here Are The Prizes To Be Given Away In The Review Voting Contest H 1st PRIZE A Brand New, 1917 Model, Ford Touring Cdr, Value $395.00. This magnificent prize is contributed by Loeb & Dreher, Local Distributors of Ford automobiles. Ask them about this new model. Home Furnishing Company and they will be glad to show it to you. This live firm of dealers in fine Furniture are also sellers of blankets, Electro liers and everything in the way of House Furnishings. fir . 2nd PRIZE A Bountiful Diamond, Value $200.00, to bo set in ring or stud to please the winner. This Diamond is contributed in this contest by the Imperial Jewelry Company. Drop in at their store and see this Diamond, and while you are there ask them to play a few records on . the Aeolian Voealian, the finest reproduc ing musical machine yet invented. 3rd PRIZE A handsome 9-pioca Oak Dining Room t Set, Actual Value $85.00. This prize is contributed by the 4th PRIZE An elegant Wardrobe Trunk, Value $35.00 is contributed in this contest by the Hy. Loeb Mercantile Company and its value is guaranteed by them. Drop in there and see this prize, and while you are there ask one of those courteous clerks to show you the latest styles in Foot wear for ladies and gentlemen. This store is exclusive agents for Hanan's, Howard & Foster and the Hy. Loeb Special Shoes. by Fisher Bros., Haberdashers. Any Pattern you wish to select from their beautiful line of $30.00 pat terns. These enterprising brothers are sole distributors of the famous Vindex Shirts, Knox Hats and Re gal Shoes. Ask to see them. They are also exclusive in their line of Crown Trousers. 5th PRIZE A $30.00 Mude-to-Meusure Suit is the fifth prise, and is contributed 6th PRIZE A Beautiful Seamless Axminister Rug, 9 ft. by 12 ft., Value $25.00. This prize is contributed in the Review Contest by that progressive store, popularly known as "Al bert's." Call there and look over the line of swell Axministers at $25.00 You get your choice on March 1st if you are the winner of the 6th prize. "Albert's" are selling some swell garments in Ladies Ready-to-Wear this season. They are also the only store in town where you can buy the excellent Frankel Fifteen Dollar line of Suits for men and young men. 7th PRIZE A Four-Burner Bon Ami Oil Stove, Valued $25.00. contributed by Dyer-Lehmann Co., Ltdr There is not a home in St. Mary Parish wneie tins splendid prize would not be ap preciated. The Dyer-Lehmann Go., are agents for this stove. They are also sole distributors for their special brand DYLECO Coffee. Have you tried it? To the candidate securing the highest number of votes during each month of the contest will be given a 26-Piece Silver Set, value $25 This Wm. A. Rogers Silver Set will be given to the contestant who brings in the largest number of votes for the months ending November 1st, December 1st, January 1st, Febru ary 1st, and March 1st In addition to the large list of valuable prizes mentioned in the above list, The Morgan City Daily and Weekly Review will pay five per cent commission to each contestant in the race, with the exception of the .three contestants who win the first three prizes. These three contestants will not receive the cash commission. The commission will be paid on all \ subscriptions made on the Daily Re view, The Weekly Review and the famous 14k Gold Point Barnett Fountain Pens. Dont delay writing or calling on the Manager of the Morgan City Re view for any further information you may want in regard to this big contest. STANDING OF CONTESTANTS Tuesday, November 21st New Numbers are now making themselves felt in this Big Popular Voting Contest ggÄ . ■ x Now Being Carried on by The Review There's a big list of handsome prizes to go to the winners and there is plenty of time for yon to get in the race and win. The first prize is a brand new Ford Touring Oar, 1917 Model. The second prize is a $200 Diamond and there are five other big prizes to be given out at the close of the Contest on March 1st. besides the five beautiful 26-piece Rogers Silver Sets to be given away during the contest. The first silver set was won by Contestant No. 217 on November 1st If you secure the largest number of votes during November you will win one of these beautiful sets and it will be given , to you on December 1st, Make up you mind to get in the game. You can't help winning if you give it only a part of ÿour spare time. It costs you nothing to try. , HR 5 ...... o No. No. No. No. 90 .......... No. 145....... No. 195....... 54 .... 5000 votes No. 94 .......... No. 146 ....... No. 196....... 10 ____ 62____ No. 96.......... No. 149....... No. 197....... 11 No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. Aft No. 97.......... No. 152....... No. 199....... Ai .... 5000 votes No. 101...?...... No. 156 ...... No. 202 ....... 18 ..... 66 ____ Nç. 102 .......... No. 160 ....... No. 212 ....... UL A7 No. 104 ____ No. 168 ....... No. 213 ...... 9R «g .... 5000 votes No. 106 ____ r ..... . 5000 votes No. 169 ....... No. 214 ....... 28 69 ... No. 108 ........... No. 172 ....... No. 217 ...... 71 .... 79 No. 115 .......... No. 178 ...... No. 225 ...... • 1 No. 116 ........... No. 179 ....... No. 228 ....... M7 7ft No. 117 .......... No. 182....... No. 233....... 15 77____ .... 5000 votes No. 119........... No. 184 ....... No. 236 ...... 49 ..... 48 . 79.. .. 80.. .. No. 129 ........... No. 135 ......... No. 187 ....... No. 190 ....... No. 238 ....... No. 230 ....... 48 .. 81 ____ No. 138 ............ No. 191 ...... No. 240 ...... No 2*3 SO... 82 ____ No. 140 ........... No. 192 ....... No. 244 ....... SI...... 83.... No. 142 ........... No. 193 ....... No. 246 ....... SPECIAL NOTICE/V'Unless the Review is otherwise instructed, all contestants who have been nominated but who have no active part will be dropped from the ,11st and their numbers will be given to other por.t^cfQf.fc If you want your number to stay in the race, please give immediate notice. Site mtn / Our garden seeds have proved their germinating quality so well in the past, especially our onion sets, that our supply is going very fast, but some are left yet, and first come, first served at Belanger Drug Co. Dr. Mandell Silber, pf New Or leans will lecture at the Jewish Synagogue next Sunday evening at 7:3.0 o'clock. The public is cordially invited to attend. See our display of jewelry at low pHces. Xmas, presents. Peoples Drug Co. Mrs. Ernest Ditch returned from Houma Wednesday evening, having accompanied Mrs. Chas. Lirette and daughter there. Have you become acquainted with "Dyleco Coffee.'' It has a flavor all its own. Get acquainted if you are a stranger to "Dyleco" our guaran teed coffee. Dyer-Lehman Co., Ltd. Mr. Louis Ochs of New Orleans, a prominent knight of the grip was in the city today. Mr. Walter Gilmore and L. R. Blakeman have purchased from Frank J. Price the beer agency of the Anheuser Busch and Houston Brewing Co., of this city. A fine and complete line of Tooth, Hair and Clothes Brushes, at Belan ger Drug Co. Mr. Max Landuer of Little Rock, Ark., is a visitor here today. It's a winner! Dyleco Coffee is the talk of the town. Try some and be come a Dyleco Booster! Dyer-Lehman Co. Mr. W. J. Alford, who was taken to Patterson for an attack of appen dicitis and returned last Monday, was subected to another attack early this morning and was taken to New Orleans for treatment. Mr. Alford is connected with the Western Union Construction gang here.. No risk to take. Every can of I Dyleco Coffee, plainly lays on the label. "Money back if not perfectly satisfied." We mean just that. Dyer-Lehmann Co. If you fail to get your Review re gularly, please call 278 and the mat ter will be promptly remedied. Mr. T. Hardy, traveling represen tative of the New Orleans Item is spending a few days in this city in the interest of that paper. Probably a hundred members of the DeVaux and Klein Carnival Co., who exhibit here nine days com mencing Saturday arrived in the city last night. Mrs. H. J. Williams left for New Orleans yesterady to be at the bed side of Mrs. F. B. Williams who is critically ill. I LEGUMINOUS PLANTS ADD ONLY NITROGEN "The fact that leguminous plants add only to the element of nitrogen to the soil and do not mantain the mineral elements is often overlooked by our farmers," says A. F. Kidder, professor of agronomy, L. S. U. "The mineral elements, of which phosphorus, potassium and calcium are the most important, must be pur chased. Each of them can be obtain ed in a number of forms. Phos phorus in this state usually supplied in the form of the acid phosphate. Acid phosphate is made by treating one ton of raw rock phosphate with one ton of commercial sulphuric acid. This make two tons of acid phosphate, but decreases the amount of phosphate by one-half. To soils that have a large amount of organic matter and if supplied at the same time organic matter is turned under, i the finely ground rock phosphate may be found to be a great deal cheaper. This material can be pur chased quite a bit cheaper than the ! other form. It ought never to be \ used, however, unless by the above method. "The soil of Louisiana do not j generally need potassium for gen eral farm crops and, when it is ap- ! plied, potassium sulphate or kainit are generally added. Some crops, however, such as Irish potatoes, re quire a large amount of this element to give the greatest yields. It is pro bably best to apply the potassium at least one month before planting. "Calcium or lime serves a treble function in making better crops. First, as an element of plant food; secondly, as a soil sweetener, and thirdly, as a helper in getting some of the other elements of plant food in a soluble state. Its greatest func-jthis tion is, perhaps, that of making sour j soils sweet. If soil is in an acid con- j dition the bacteria that develops on ! the roots ef leguminous plants will not do well." ________ I GLORIA'S ROMANCE Billie Burke, who is considered by many theatrical critics America's most charming actress, has been en gaged at a salary of more than $4,000 per week to play the leading role in "Gloria's Romance," the new motion picture novel from the pen of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Hughes. Foreseeing that the picture would probably be the year's best attrac tion, Manager Davis of the New Theater hastened to book it for his patrons, even though he found it necessary to pay a rental price far above his regular run of films. Women particularly find much to admire in winsome little Miss Burke, and her fame as the best dressed star in the United States will be more than maintained in "Gloria's Romance," for during the course of the production she is to appear in some especially designed frocks by Henri Bendel, Lucile and Balcom which cost more than $40,000. She is cast as Gloria Stafford, the daughter of a millionaire banker of New York, and she dresses the part in every way in keeping with so wealthy a girl. The first chapter of unusual production will be shown at the New Theather soon. - When the chest feels on fire and the throat burns, you have indiges tion, and you need HERBINE to get rid of the disagreeable feeling. It drives out badly digested food, strengthens the stomach and purifies the bowels. Price 50c. Sold by Belan ger Drug Co. Call 278 and a*k about the big Popu lar Voting Contest now going on. There's plenty of time for you to start in now and win the brand flew 1917 Model Ford Touring Car. The Contest Manager is ready to call on you and help you get started. Dont delay adding your name to the list of contributors to the Doll and Toy Fund. The fund is fairly started now and the list is open to you with the invitation to give just as much or as little as you feel able Certainly you take your home paper—if you do not—do it today through one of the contestants. Help them towards the goal of success in the contest.