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The First National Bank
OF MORGAN CITY, LA.
THE HOME OF SAFETY AND SERVICE
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Responsibility in Banking
The banker renders many incidental and
special services to his customers, but aii
these must rest upon the solid foundation
of financial responsibility.
The First National Bank has capital and
surplus of $100,000; resources over
$500,000. Its affairs are conservatively
managed, Deposits of customers are
safe-guarded.
Council and advice cheerfully given. Let
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K. A. Pharr, Vice-President. K. R. Hood. Cashier.
M, E. Normat). Vice-President, O. P. Lynch, Asst. Cashier.
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OLIVER BOURGEOIS
AND DECORATOR
Phone 128. Morgan City, La
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E. VV. DREIHHOLZ,
Vice Prcsdi
ie Bank ot Morgan City
first on the roll of honor
Has larger deposits, surplus and resources
in -proportion to capital than any Bank in
the Parish of St, Mary.
It it your duty to protect your valuable papers; we ask
glJJ® ca *l at this Bank and we will be pleased to show
our Safety deposit boxes.
The deed to vour property, or a life insurance policy,
! r • n0t ' n use an '* lax reCe 'P ts are worthy of a safe
i k° x ' these boxes are in a steel vault and can only
with the key that we give you. We rent
W6S® boxes for $3.00 per year.
apllsl $25,000.00 Surplus $52.000.00
Resources $360,000.00
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Tl Cashier
A. B. O'BKIEN,
Asst. Cashier
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>rgan City Livery Co.
PARISH AGENTS FOR
Chevrolet Cars
fcparts for samp. Democstr-atinn gladly given. Phone 135-112
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The Fund is Süll in Need oi
Finmiciai Help io M..ke
it a (ireai Success
Santa Claus, these days is receiv
ing an extra large amount of letters
from the children telling their
wants for Christmas and his force is
certainly working hard to fill
the orders that have been receiv
ed and the King's Daughters are als
working hard in order that the wants
J of the poor will be taken care of.
I The Review I)o!l and Toy Fund
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the tirr, ,■
the little
care'of
; to increase
the fund cit
folks of
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. M.-i I City
! in populatior
! formed of thi
many little
; to over-look some of them, especial
i ly the poor, so this year the King's
Daughters and The Review are
giving a helping hand and are try
ing to make this one Christmas lin
ger long in the memory of the poor.
r| his fund is a deserving one
and ought to be given liberal support
so all who can should make a little
donation today regardless of amount
as it will all help wonderfully as the
time for the fund to close is only a
few days off.
Contributions will be received at
the Peoples State and Saving Bank
or any bank in Morgan City or at a
number of the business places.
See that the correct amount to
The ladies of the King's Daugh
ters have planned to have the big
blow-out for the kids on December
23rd. Seven days off. That's why
you'll have to step lively.
All funds contributed to The Re
view Doll and Toy Fund will be dis
bursed by The King's Daughters of
this city. The Peoples State and Sav
ings Bank is the place of deposit for
the Fund but contributions will be
accepted by the banks of Morgan
City and by a number of the busi- !
y . i>- the !i. •
: ' neglected
e to the fact ih.,
s largely increased
d as he was not in
tthat there were so
s he was compelled
gether with your name appears in the
columns in the Review tomorrow j
night. 1
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ness men. Be certain that your name i
and the correct amount you contri- 1
bute appear in the eglums of this
^aper.
THE FUND TO DATE, *
MAKE IT CLIMB *
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King's Daughters ..........$30.00
Morgan City Review ........ 5.00 ,
Basil' of Morgan City ....... 2.00 j
|f. D. Winchester .............50 I
K. S. Foster ...........- ... 1.00 j
Peoples State and Saving Bank.2.00 j
Quincey Smith ..............25 '
Mildred Foster ...............50 j
Meredith-Foster........... .50 !
Corine Foster ................50 !
Lewis J. Bass .............. 1.00 j
Children's Hour ............ 4.25 j
Little Women .,............ 3.00 j
C. R. Brownell ............. !<.00 j
Homer Richard Jolley....... . .50 j
Mary Elizabeth Jolley . 50 j
Miss Bernice Williams... ... 1.00 1
William Mansfield Cotten No.3 1.00 ;
'First National Bank......... 3.00 !
Morgan City Civic League.... 5.00 I
Harry J. Picou, Jr.............50 '
Anna May Picou..............50 !
H. M. Cotten............... 1.00
J. F. Prohaska .............. 1.00
Robt. J. Gillen.,.............25
Mrs. J. P. Hogan ........... 1.00}
Mrs. Brou O'Brien............50
Wheaton Bradley........... 1.00
Doric Lodge, F. and A. M..... 5.00
Trinity Episcopal S. S........ 4.00
j"Here Ajm I" Circle......... 5.00
jH. U. J. K. Club............ 2.00
Mrs. J. T. Hogan........... 1.001
Junior Missionary Society.... 1.00 j
Henry Loeb .........?..... 2.00 j
Morgan City Fire Dept ....... 2.50 ;
Mary Grace Shannon .........50 !
Maurice Shannon Jr ..........50 i
Thomas Bodin Shannon .......50 j
C. E. Jones .............. 1.50 j
B. P. O. E. Lodge........... 5.00 1
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Morse.... 1.00 |
Miss Irma Ditch ........... ( 2.00 ,
Evangeline Theatre (Benefit
for the Doll and Toy Fund).. 15.00 |
Chas. Gravelles ......... 1.00 j
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fethodist Missionary Society
I. E. Church, South, S. S. .
A. M. Cotten Jr,..........
Specialty Store Co.,.......
Sale of Cigarette Tags.....
Presbyterian S. S.........
Alice Chapter No. 5 O. E. S.
Sol J. and Karl Loeb.......
Cash ....................
J. J. Goldman .............. 2.50
Edward, Helen and Harry
Zuleke ............. . . .75
1.00
1.00
2.50
. 5.00
1.00
1.00
4.35
11.00
2.65
. 1.00
.50
Total to Date
..$153.50
Weezing in the lungs indicates
that phlegm is obstructing the air
passages. BALLARD'S HORE
HOUND SYRLT loosens the phlegm
so that it can be coughed up and
ejected. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00
per bottle. S- Id by B Hang *r
Co.
Al CHRISTMAS TIME
Th bells,
Rirg out t
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King,
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Meet tribi
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While argeis : nr o'er Bethlehem's
hill,
■Be Peace on earth, to men Good
Will."
Ring happy bells, o'er plain and
hill—
Ring loud, ring clear, ring sweet,
and fill
The souls of those who pause to hear
With reverent thought and Christ
mas cheer.
Swing wide the hearts' closed door,
and say
Come in!—all men are kin today!
Come in—come in! Clask hands, and
break
The Bread of friendship for the sake
Oh Him who came to earth to find
His brothers in all humankind."
Ring happy bells, the earth around,
And girdle it with gladdest sound,
And, while we sing His birthday in,
Let Christ—and Christ ish loveJbe
gin
His reign of peace, and men shall
say,
"This is indeed a Christmas day!"
Your hand, my brother! Lo afar,
eBhold the raidant Bethlehem star—
And Hark!—the angels singing still,
"Peace on earth, to men Good Will."
EJjen E. Rexford.
METHODIST CHNRCH
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The pulpit of the Methodist
church at the morning hour was fill
ed by General Secretary Pierce of
the S. S. World Association who
delivered a very strong discourse on
the value and use of the Bible. In
his quiet way, he is : most forcef H
speaker, and his illustrations ar •
telling. He and Mr. Van Carter.
Secretary of the Louisiana S. S.
Association spoke to the children at
the Sunday Schol hour and warned
them ever to be a "Never Fail."
There was special music at the
morning services, a duet exquisitely!.
sung by Mr. and Mrs. Munro, and
a "Prayer" Solo by Mrs. E. A. Pharr
whose musical diction and rendition
of it was highly artistic.
Mr. Vanderbilt and family of
Westvego, La., have moved to Mor
gan City. The gentleman is employ
ed by the Louisiana Land Planting
Co., owners or some 35,000 or 40,
000 acres of marsh land below
Avoca. It seems that this company
will begin operations soon to re
claim a part of the vast body of
marsh land and Mr. Vanderbilt is
^connected with the enterprise.
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The regular annual meeting of,
the stockholders of . The First |
National Bank of Morgan City, La. i
will be held in the Directors Room j
TuMday, January 9th., 1917 be
tween the hours of 10 o'clock and 4 !
o'clock P. M. for the election of
officers to serve the ensuing year
and for the transaction of other
business.
K. R. Hood,
Cashier.
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Heartburn is a symptom of indi
gestion. Take a dose of HERBINE
in such cases. The pain disappears
instantly. The bowels operate'speed
lily and you feel fine, vigorou and
cheerful. Price 50c. Sold by Bellan- ■
ger Drug Co.
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Have you started your new
Christmas saving account yet?
Get in the game for next Christ
mas and have some CHRISTMAS
money to spend. You will not miss a
few cents each week. Come in today
and let us start you. There are six
'classes which you may join.
Let us explain it to you if you
were not among the Four Hundred
and Fifty people who received a
Christmas chock this year.
REMEMBER WE PAY 3 1-2 per
cent on Christmas savings and Sav
ing deposits.
The Peoples State & Savings Bank
ON BUSY RAILROAD AVE, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE
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THE RESCUE LIF F
in eus« of tire is accounted no
ble, but tl.e i eseue of prut ertv
can only be partially attained
after the on.xwe* p of the* fiâmes
There is a wav of rescue how
ever A way that discounts
'he damages of tire, smoke,
and water (Tobet yourself
i .y*! tire insurance policy from
a com; any that lias a financial
reserve sufficiently large to
a.xsu re vou of indemnity. ,
Gttir
FRANK VAUGHAN
Belanger Buiiding Telephone No
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 of Second St.,
between Railroad Ave., and Union
Streets in Morgan City, La., for the
year 1917. 10t
y B. Mule.
Ditch's Itoielier Boy Say*
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P0ULTRY5
ALWAYS
CHOICE
and ,
Sweet»
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AS fresh
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.PROMPT DELIVERY
Phonès: Market 147. Res.
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Berwick
Dr. M. F. f'eyer
Physician and Surgeon
Office: Terrebonne's Pharmacy.
Residence: Costello Hotel
ice Broussard's Drug
Store. Hours: 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
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
WANTED—50. to 100 peuple t<.
«o to Biloxi. Miss., to shut
oysters.—Apply to this offn

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