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MORGAN CITY, LA., MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1916.
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A JOY FOREVER
If Your Menu Include Cakes. They Should
, However lie the Best Such as
STONE'S DELICIOUS CAKES
Made of material
of guaranteed
purity A plain
package but a
perfect cake six
varieties, ahvavs
deliciously good,
always fresh. 10
cents each.
STONE'S "RICH FRUIT" CAKE
ln 1 lb. Cartons and Handsome 4 lbs. Tins
40 GENTS PER POUND
It is absolutely impossible to give you any idea of the
quality, flavor and richness of STONE'S "RICH FRUIT"
CAKE through the medium of paper and ink.
We could easily use a column in telling you about the
materials that go into it—Pineapples from Hawaii, Al
monds from Spain, Pecans from Texas, Cherries from
California, and so on through the list of twelve fruits that
are used —but what good does it do to name them over,
when the deliciousness is only half in the materials, the
other half being the art and skill with which they are
combined to make the perfect FRUIT CAKE.
DYER-LEHMANN COMPANY, LIMITED
THE FAIR AND SQUARE STORE
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The First National Bank
OF MORG \N (PTY. LA.
THE HOME OF SAFETY AND SERVICE
Responsibility in Banking
The banker renders many incidental and
special services to hi* customers, but all
these mus' rest upon the solid foundation
, of Ünanciol responsibility.
The First National Bank lias capital and
surplus ef ÎIO'.ÜOO; resources over
8500,000 Ls affairs are conservatively
* managed, Deposits of customers are
safe-guarded.
Council. and advice chferfuilv given. Let
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Open An Account With Us
Herbert M. rotten, President,
K. 4. mrr, Vice-President, K. K Hood, Pushier.
■.■.Nonaan. Vice-President. U. *. Lynch, Asst. Cashier.
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OLIVER BOURGEOIS
PAINTER AND DECORATOR
_AI Work Guaranteed. Phone 128. Morgan City, La.
•TO DREWS,
President
R. W, DREIHHOLZ,
Vice-Presdt
The Bank ol Morgan City
riRST ON THE ROLL OF HONOR
; r. 9 as l ar g® , ' deposits, surplus and resources
proportion to capital than any Bank in
the Parish of St, Mary.
I Jötif duty to protect your valuable papers; we ask
2* to call at this Bank and we will be pleased to show
îlïLïl e,y depokit boxe*.
'•TO déed to your property, or a life insurance policy,
in use and tax receipts are worthy of a sale
box; these boxes are in a steel vault and can only
rtsd with the key that we give you. We rent you
boxes for $3.00 per year.
&0M $25,000.00 Surplus
tourtes $300,000.00
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TRIANGLE PROGRAit WILL BE OFFERED If
EVANGELINE ON BENEFIT NIOHT
Five Keel Kay Bee and Two Reel Keystone Comedy Will
Comprise Program for tlie ilmiefit of the
Doll and Toy Fund
PRICE WILL BETEN CENTS FOR ALLj
.t.
Everybody in Morgan City is go
ing. The date is December Eighth.
Ladies and gentlemen, kindly step
down this way a moment. Draw in
closely people, dont push. I've been
requested by the Review and Mana
ger Loeb of the Evangeline Theatre
to announce that there will be a
monster benefit for the Doll and Toy
Fund to be distributed by the King's
Daughters. The big show will he at
the above named theatre on Decern
ber eighth— dont forget the date,
however, we wont let you forget the
date. In fact we are going to remind
you of it every day from now until
the big stunt is pulled off. The show
is going to start before supper and
run as long as the people come, and
if they dont come we dont know the
people of Morgan City. In the first
place it is for sweet charity. In the
second place, there are going to be
seven reels of as good pictures as
will be seen in Morgan City this
month. The price, we are almost
ashamed to say that the tickets are
or.ly going to set you back ten cents
per each. Those who think the price
should be fifty cents may buy five
tickets.What would you do with that
many? Well brother, you could
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throw them m the bay and you would
feel that they were not wasted, but
suppose you make it a merry Xmas
coming and goinç: for the kids, give
$5 In Gold
Will be given to the one who first suggests a name for
THE NEW THEATRE
The name will be chosen from the suggestions made
by a set of impartial judges.
For the name selected as second best. The
New Theatre will give (if suggested by
a lady) a Beautiful Broach. If won by
gentleman a Handsome Smoking Set
This tontest Starts Today and 'Closes Night of Dec. 22
With every ticket sold to every performance during this
contest a numbered and dated card will be given.
Write«on the c .rd your own name and the name which
you suggest be adopted for the New Theatre. If sev
eral peoplechoose thejiame which is to be finally selected
the prizes will be given to the cards showing earliest
date of issue.
YOUR COMMUNITY NEEDS
LEADERS; ARE YOU ONE?
The development of leaders in
community work is an important
rural need. Every community can
boast plenty of men well able to lead
the way in any important work, but
they are not leading because they are
too busy with their own affairs or
think they are.
It is not diificult to point out many
lines of helpful and profitable work
any given community should be do
ing, and farmers generally will agree
that such work is of importance, but
who is going to start it, and carry it
on after is is started? Such work
takes much time. There is too much
selfishness in these matters. We must
make ourselves more willing to give
I of our time freely to help others.
I Development of rural leaders is
.not a matter of taking a tender
I youth hy the hand and leading him to
j leadership. It is a matter of making
j the able old warhorse, talker, fight
jar. doer, see that he eaa well afford
to give goal* •t his lime to serve the
the tickets to the kids who will later
get dolls and toys from the proceeds.
I am further requested to an
nounce; ladies and gentlemen that
on the evening stated above, that the
celebrated, serpentine elephantine,
premier danseur. Mister Roseoe
(Fatty) Arbuckle will show you some
steps that Pavlowa, KoslofF and the
other celebrated dancers of the day
who dance for two bucks per seat at
only the best theatres, never at
tempted. Fatty is going to appear in
a two reel Triangle, "The Waiters
Ball" Fatty is the cook. The best
j cooks will see i'ish fried in a manner
entirely unknown to the best cooks
of Morgan City.
In addition to this picture Wm. S.
Hart, said to be the best western ac
! tor will appear in a five reel Kavbee,
The Dawnmaker. Figure it out peo
pie, seven reels of quality pictures
for ten cents. About a cent and a
1 half per reel.
| j n conclusion ladies and gentle
; meri( jf you are no t perfectly satis
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The pretty girls will now pass
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the tickets. Thanking vou one
fied with the show, stop at the box
office on your way out and see if you
get your dime back. If you do, we
will give you another.
out
and
a ]j f or y 0ur kind attention,
as the
circus man says, we bid you one and
all a fond good night.
people about him. The country ad
viser does well as far as he goes. But
his field is a whole country, which is
too large a unit for concentrated de
velopment of useful projects.
The community where farmers are
totally inactive in community work
of one sort or another, social, educa
tional, or business, is not the best
sort of a community in which to live.
Leaders in rural work are needed,
and they are already available if
they will only put themselves to
work. —C. E. Snyder, L. S. U. Press
Bulletin.
Weezing in the lungs indicates
that phlegm is obstructing the air
passages. BALLARD'S HORE
HOUND SYRUP loosens the phlegm
so that it can be coughed up and
ejected. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00
per bottle. Sold by Beilanger Drug
Co.
For Sah
One eistet a, 7x8 cheap,
lwk. Dr. A. k. White.
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"At the Sip of Quality"
When you buy it at Fisher's it's a sign
of quality. The outfitters of men and
young men.
A Complete Line of Fall goods await your inspec
tion. Let us fit you out today
if i' i* sloes "Regal is Right - ', S3.50 to Sli.uO.
I f it is Hats "Knox is Correct," $3 to S(>
If it is Underwear, 12 different standard make-.
50c' iits up
If it is N< ekwear. "we shine," 50 cents to S2.
If it is anything for a man, this is the store.
I Ask the Man about Fisher's Men Wear. There
must be a reason
I They are on busy Railroad Avenue
What Will Be The Christmas Present?
THE NEW CLUB OPENS DECEMBER 1st
Make the tirst deposit yourself and present it to your
bo.v or giri on Christmas A membership card in
our next Christmas Savings Club will learn
them that important habit of Thrift
On December 15th, 1916, this Bank
will issue checks that will pay out almost FIVE THOUSAND
DOLLARS of CFiristmas Savings for the past year. To
this is added the per ci nt interest. Think of how many
will have CHRISTMAS money this year, with just a fev
dimes a week saved during the past year.
We have a hundred applications for new cards already. Send
yours in today. Let us be your SANTA CF^AUS.
The Peoples State & Savings Bank
ON BUSY RAILROAD AVE. NEXT TO POSTOFFICE
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THE RESCUE OF LIFE
in case of lire is accounted no
ble, bui the i escue of property
can only be partially attained
after theonsweep of tFie flames
Liiere is a way of rescue how
ever. A way that discounts
the damages of tire, smoke,
and water Protect yourself
n.va tire insurance policy from
a company that has a financial
reserve sufficiently' large to
assure you of indemnity.
FRANK VAUGHAN
Office Belanger Building
Telephone No. 21
Ditch's Butcher Boy Says:
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Choicest cuts
in Town
Displayed
freshest
meats
ARE HERE
purveyed '
.PROMPT DELIVERY
Phones: Market 147. Res. l'»5
FOUND —Adrift on Bayou
Schaeffer one barge, 12 x 35 ft.
owner can have same by proving
ownership and paying expense of ad
vertising and cost of securing barge.
Apply at Avoca office. Telephone
No. 163 P. 2wks.
Br. M. F. Meyer
Physician and Sorgeon
Office: Terrebonne's Pharmacy.
Residence: Costello Hotel
Berwick Office B re award's Drag
Hows: 1 to 2 p. m.
Octave J. Delaune
CITY MARKET
Fresh Meats
OF ALL KINDS
You can send your children to
my market and get full weight
and best quality. My aim is to
treat my customers the same as
I would like to be treated.
Phone No. 11. Morgan City
PROMPT DELIVERY
NOTICE
Take notice that I am applying to
the City of Morgan City for permit to
open a bar-room, for colored per
sons, on the east side ef Secend St.,
between Bailroad Ave., and Union
Streets in Mergan City, La., for the
yea» 1*17. ***
B. Mute.

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