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w. I Alford of Dallas, Texas ^tbe city today. Tapioca ring DTER-LEH , jlcClellan of Ramos is spend Z day here. trftflNG SOON—"The Scarlet at the New Theatre. j hnciness visitor ««to | 11 bos I I- our display of jewelry at low j Xmas, presents. Peoples Drug £ J. E. Lassus of Patterson was | Ub is the final lap of the Doll J f^Toy fund. Have you sent in a I«Mtribntion for the poor Kiddies. Btinz Crabapple, Current and , g M. Burnett of Amelia, La. ■ — visitor here Friday. t here Friday i fine and complete line of Tooth, r(a d Clothes Brushes, at Belan tJMS Co. g, Ernest Ditch is having e d a residence on Third ; near Duke. jl£ i. W. PADDOCK FOR IN. gt»J. M. Crossley of Lafayette it visitor here today. fANTED—50 to 100 people to [« to Biloxi, Miss., to shuck steam i—Apply to this office. IgM Jellies# at DYER-LEH PS. fte past week has been good in fur trade, receipts have been j and prices are generally of ; iatisfactory nature. i I0REY TO LEND ON REAL ES- ! P er TATE. ST. MARY BUILDING AS. [JOCUTION, PATTERSON, LA. ftesh nuts of all kinds. 30c [katDÏER-LEHMANN'S. immmumimnnimmmmtmmumn mv STANDING OF 'tmnnnmtmmmi CONTESTANTS Monday, December 4th * a N New Numbers are now making themselves felt in this Big Popular Voting Contest * 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 you to get in the race and win, The first prize is a brand new Ford Tonring 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 beautitul 26-piece Rogers Silver Sets to be given away during the contest. Silver Sets have been won by Contestants 217 and 240 If you secure the largest number of votes during December yon will win one of these beautiful sets and it will be given to you on January 1st, Make up you mind to get in the game. You can't help winning if you give it only a part of your spare time. It costs you nothing to try, I No. 5 ..... No. 135...... No. 225..... No. 25 ...... No. 156...... No. 236..... No. 40 ..... No. 191...... No. 240..... No. 53....... No. 213....... No. 244..... No. 71....... No. 243....... No. 246..... No. 102...... No. 217....... No. 247..... SPECIAL NOTlCE-v'Unless the Review is otherwise instructed, all contestants who have been nominated but who have taken no active part will be dropped from the list and their numbers will be given to other contestants. If you want your number to stay in the race, please give Immediate notice. , Here Are The Prizes To Be Given Away In The Review Voting Contest 1st PRIZE A Brand New, 1917 Model, Ford Touring Car, Value "$395.00. This ■ugnificent prize is contributed by Loeb A Dreher, Local Distributors of Ford automobiles. Ask them about tfis new model. 2nd PRIZE A Beautiful Diamond, Value **>0.00, to bo sot in ring or etod to •lease the winner. This Diamond is contributed in this contest by the Imperial Jewelry Company. Drop in *t their store and see this Diamond, •»d while you are there ask them to W»y a few records on the Aeolian Vocalian, the finest reproduc ing musical machine yet invented. 3rd PRIZE A handsome 9-piece Oak Dining Room Set, Actual Value $95.00. This prize is contributed by the 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. sively. 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 hy them. This store is the Morgan City home of Hart, Schaffner, and Marx, the world's finest ready-to-wear clothing. Hanan and Howard and Foster Shoes are sold here exclu 5th PRIZE i A $30.00 Made-to-Meaiure Suit is the fifth prise, and is contributed by Fisher Bros., Haberdashers. Besides featuring tailored to measure Clothing, Fisher Bros., have a complete line of gents fur nishings, for men, young men and women who shop for men. Xmas shoppers. Come to this and buy everything for the family's Christmas. store whole 6th PRIZE A Beautiful Seamless Axminister Rug, 9 ft. by 12 ft., Velue $25.00. This prize is contributed in the Review Contest by that progressive store, popularly known as "Al bert's. Be sure to see the many fine offerings ait this popular store for 7th PRIZE A Four-Burner Bon Ami Oil Stove, Valued $25.00. contributed by Dyer-Lehmann Co., Ltd. Have you tried a pound of DYLECO- coffee? If not place your order today and secure a higher de gree of coffee satisfaction. The Dyer-Lehmann store is the home of fresh groceries. To the candidate securing the highest number of votes during each month of the contest will be given a 26-Piece Slyer Sri, 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. Xt Jti i inimmmnntmtmtmwmmmmwmttmmnmmnmmmmmmmmmnmmnnffitttw tw: Fire alarm was sounded from box 35 at 11 a. m. for a chimney blaze in a residence on the south side of Railroad Avenue which was prompt ly extinguished without any dama ges. Coming to New Scarlet Runner." Theatre, "The The high cost of paper has re sulted in many merchants in the state to begin saving all waste paper j bundling it, and placing it [on market where they are getting | b « prices ' thus wiping to reduce I th e cost of the paper they' consume j which is costing them nearly double the former prices. Did you see the Xmas packages | Nunnally's and Norris candy in re frigerator case in our window? Something swell—Better select early—Peoples Drug Co. The First National Bank of Mor gan City will mail out Christmas Savings Checks Dec. 14th., for 1916. Are you. a member of the club? 1917 Club will open Dec., 26th, 1916. Be progressive, let all mem bers of the family join, only takes a few cents a week. Four Classes, 10c, 25c, 50c and $1.00. lOdys. We have just received a carload of sewer pipes, and can make close prices on your work. We are agents for "Standard" Portland Cement J and will quote you prices in car lots and less than car lots at attractive prices at Dyer-Lehmann Co. TRINTITY CHURCH Morgan City, Dec. 10th. Advent j Season. Third Sunday: 11 a. m. ; "The Signs of the Coming of the i Kingdom" will be the Rector's sub ! ject. The above subject was selected as one that should be tremendous inter est at this season. Sunday School and Bible Class at 10:00 a. m. DR. HUME EXAMINES PUPILS Dr. Hume, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat specialist of New Orleans spent Wednesday at the high school examining pupils of three grades. Dr. Hume has done this work in the schools of Boston, Chicago and New Orleans and expressed himself as much pleased with the normal conditions found in the majority of the children examined here. A record of each examination was made and will be given the parents of these children needing medical attention. The Civic League committee of school medical inspection of which Miss Ara Wade is chairman will take charge of some cases. Dr. Hume will return to complete this work in the near future. Prepared Horseradish and Paprika at DYER-LEHMANN'S. K. OF P. ELECT OFFICERS The local lodge Knights of Phthias held a rousing meeting Tuesday evening, the feature of which was the election of officers. In keeping with their time honored custom they selected a representative body of men to administer the affairs of the order, as the following list will re veal: A. B. O'Brien, C. C. Henry Loeb, V. C. I. W. Paddock, Prelate Sol Loeb, K. of R. S. Walter Gilmore, M. of W. F. D. Winchester, M. of F. M. E. Norman, M. of IL Leon. Kahn, M. of A. .T. E. Bass, I. G. Sam McCloy, O. G. Sol Loeb, Representative. I. W. Paddock, Alternate. Every episode a complete story, j "The Scarlet Runner." Watch for date at New Theatre. j FROM PATTERSON TRIBUNE 1916. Patterson, La., Dec. Mr. Fred Mensman, Agent. The Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. Patterson, La. Dear Sir: I want to express my sincere thanks for your promptness in ing the death claim of $37.59, un policy No. 54292255 carried by my pay on son, Camile Pennison, in the Metro politan Life Insurance Company of New York. The only payment being made on policy was 12 cents, of which 9 cents was returned to me, the Com pany only holding 3 cents for the policy. The policy was delivered on Nov. 21st, and death occured on Novem ber 23rd, and the claim was pïfid on December 2nd, 1916. I am well pleased with the way your Company handles their busi ness. Yours very'truly, Jules Pennison, Patterson, La. j Mr. C. J. Romagosa, Agent of the "......... ' " Metropolitan in Morgan Cityj Coming to New Scarlet Runner." Theatre, "The Eddie Bright, colored was arrest ed and taken to Franklin Friday, ac cused of having tried to forge on Dyer-Lehmann Co., at the store of Fisher Bros. Before honoring the' order the last named firm tele phoned Dyer-Lehmann Co., who pronounced it a forgery. The Review today received a let ter from the Hooper-Holmes Bureau of 80 Maiden Lane, New York, City, requesting a copy of the Review containing notice of the death of George L. Fernandez. One cistei. Iwk. For Sale ,7x8 cheap. Dr. A. K. White. MRS. ADAM ACOSTE DIES IN NEW ORLEANS ren _ ; The funreal services will Mrs. Adam Acoste, aged 35, died in New Orleans Friday at 1:10 P. M. from the affects of an operation which was performed in the hope of restoring health. Mrs. Acoste is sur vived by her husband and five child ___ _ be held today at 3:00 p. m. from the M. E. church South. The services will be in charge of Rev. T. I. Beck. Iiiter men t will be made in Morgan City cemetery, to which all friends and acquaintances of the family* are in vited to attend. Mrs. Acosta is also survived by her mother, a brother, and a sister, the latter is Mrs. Lizzie Grant of this city. 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 p er bottle. Sold by Bellanger Drug Co. The feature you have waited for, "The Scarlet Runner," will be shown at the New Theatre. Barrels and Sacks Wanted Highest Prices Paid Fresh Oysters Shucked Daily 45 cents per Hundred FISH, Cat, Buffalo and Coo PHONE 381 BERWICK BAY FISH & OYSTER COMPANY, Inc. jP er Drug Co Heartburn is a symptom of indi gestion. Take a dose of HERBIN li in such cases. The pain disappears instantly. The bowels operate speed ily and you feel fine, vigorou and cheerful. Price 50c. Sold by Bellan The show at the New Theatre on Monday, Dec. 11th will be for the benefit of the St. Margaret Daugh ters Charity Fund, the manage ment donating the profits of that days entertainment to this worthy cause. Tickets have been printed and are in the hands of the good ladies. The price of admission will be ten cents. DR. DREHER ADDRESSES CIVIC LEAGUE At the postponed meeting of the Civic League last Monday the mem bers hail the pleasure of hearing Dr. T. E. Dreher lecture on the subject of contagious diseases. His clear forceful manner of treating the subject was both pleas ing and instructive. The league con gratulates itself upon this opportun ity of hearing Dr. Dreher. Mrs. J. F. F'orgey and daughter Elizabeth, of New Iberia, are spend ing the week end with relatives here.