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^fliursday. fair, colder, moderate west to northwest wind. Morgan THE 1&nwm MORGAN CITY, LA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1916. No. 116 PHONES 287 and 288 The useful gift is the one that will be appreciated« CLOTHES hampers CARVING SETS Vdlratk Enamelware COAL VASES manners flash lights LAMPS HEATERS CARPET SWEEPERS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS POCKET KNIVES ALCOHOL STOVES BATH ROOM FIXTURES BON AMI OIL STOVES TV DfrNT WORRY OVER XMAS GIFTS: WE CAN SOLVE VoUR PROBLEMS—COME TO Dyer-Lehmann Co., Ltd. THE FAIR AND SQUARE STORE .AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAA' The First National Bank THE OF MORGAN CITY, LA. HOME OF SAFETY AND SERVICE Responsibility in Banking The banker renders many incidental and special services to his customers, but all 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 , us serve you. !'■ » Open An Account With Us $ * „ Herbert M. IJotten, President. § A. Pharr. Vice-President, K. R. Hood, Cashier. , K.Norman. Vice-President, U. P. Lynch. Asst. Cashier. 'ÂÂÂÂAAA AAAAAAAAAAAA^ rIVER BOURGEOIS PAINTER AND DECORATOR Guaranteed. Phone 128. Morgan City, La. IV, DREIHHOLZ, Vice-Presdt. Bank of Morgan City V n *ST ON THE ROLL OF HONOR fer deposits, surplus and resources proportion to capital than any Bank in Parish of St, Mary. if ,0 V. r duf y to protect your valuable papers; we ask «•call at this Bank and we will be .pleased to show deposit boxes deed to vnur property, or a life insurance policy, ln us e and tax receipts are worthy of a sale -~* X ' these boxes are in a steel vault and can only u w 'th the key that we give you. We rent you boxes for $3.00 per year. • twill 123,000.00 Surplus $32,000.00 Resources $360,000.00 J. J. M. A. Tfc t & -WINCHESTER. Cashier A. B. O'BBIEN, Asst. Cashier ian City Livery Co. PAfelSlllAGENTS FOR| Chevrolet Cars .tor same. Demonstration^!adiy given. Phone'135-112 ( J. Ed One More Day in Which fo Contribute Preparations Going Ahead For The Doll and Toy Event Skeduled For Saturday Only twenty-four hours remain before the Doll and Toy Fund closes and it is lacking $40.75 to make it what it ought to be. There are # a number of big-hearted men in Mor gan City whose check could be sent soon in the morning for that amount and let the fund be two hundred dol lars. If you are too modest to see your name in print the check will be secretly and gratefully recei ved and "Anonymous" will be credited to the amount.. This is the last appeal for the poor Kiddies of Morgan City for the Xmas of the year 1916. 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 ness men. Be certain that your name and the correct amount you contri-. bute appear in the colums of this paper. THE FUND TO DATE, MAKE IT CLIMB King's Daughters ..........$30.00 Morgan City Review........ 5.00 Bank of Morgan City....... 2.00 F. D. Winchester........ 60 K. S. Foster ........\. ... 1.00 Peoples State and Saving Bank.2.00 Quincey Smith ..............25 Mildred Foster ............. .50 Lewis J. Bas». ^............ 1.00 ' Children's Hour ............ 4.25 I Little Women .............. 3.00 1 Meredith Foster ..............50 Corine Foster................50|°T Mrs. J. P. Hogan ........... 1.00 Mrs. Brou O'Brien............50 Wheaton Bradley........... 1.00 Dor>c Lodge, F. and A. M..... 5.00 Trinity Episcopal S. S........ 4.00 Here Am I" Circle......... 5.00 H. U. J. K. Club........... 2.00 Mrs. J. T. Hogan........... 1.00 Junior Missionary Society Henry Loeb ........... 1.00 ! 2.00 i Morgan City Fire Dept....... 2.50 j Mary Grace Shannon......... 50 j Maurice Shannon Jr..........50 Thomas Bodin Shannon.......50 ■ C.« E. Jones................ 1.50 P. O. E. Lodge........... 5.00 Mr. and Mray'T. L. Morse.... 1.00 Miss Irma Ditch............ 2.00 Evangeline Theatre (Benefit for the Doll and Toy Fund).. 15.00 Chas. de Gra veiles ....... 1.00 R. Brownell ...» ..... lc.00 Homer Richard Jolley.. .. ___.50 Mary Elizabeth Jolley . Miss Bernice Williams....... 1.00 William Mansfield Cotten No.3 1.00 First National Bank____ _ ____ 3.00 Morgan City Civic League.... 5.00 Harry J. Picou, Jr.............50 Anna May Picou..............50 M. Cotten...... t... ..... 1.00 F. Prdhaska.............. 1.00 Robt. J. Gillen...............25 C Three little A's............. 1.00 ,50 ! Berwick, Jr........... i.ooj Two little J's................50 Methodist Missionary Society. . 2.50 E. Church, South, S. S.....5.00 M. Cotten Jr.,........... 1.00 Specialty Store Co.,......... 1.00 Sale of Cigarette Tags....... 4.35 1 Presbyterian S. S...........11.00 j Alice Chapter No. 5 O. E. S. .. 2.65 i J. and Karl Loeb..........1.00 jin Cash ......................50 J. Goldman ......... 2.50 Edward, Helen and Harry Zulcke................75 Charlie, Hannah Mildred and Dave Kahn ..............i 1.0(/ Gus Drews ............. 2.00 Hobby ................ 1.00 Mrs. Frank Price............50 Lynn Scott .................25 Charles E. Kahn............ 1.00 Total to Date........$159.25 If it is Candy—Candy—Candy— We,J»ave Nunnally's and Norris ex clusively—Peoples Drug Store. Dont forget to stamp yourself Saturday with a Red Cross Stamp. WILL OBSERVE CHRISTMAS Th« Review Office will be closed Christmas Day and no paper will be issued on that day. Thé Review extends to its readers the compliments of the season and thank them for the generous patron* age that has been extended during the past year. The Review wishes you a prosper ous and happy year for 1917. 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. NO PEACE WITH GUNS London, Dec. 19.—"Tell us your terms. Give us guarantee for the peace of Europe from the swash-buckling of Prussian militarism—guarantees surer than those you have broken. "Then, and not until then, will the Allies treat with you with re gard to ending the war." Reduced to its sum and substance, that is the answer of England and her Allies to the Central Powers to enter negotiations for peace. It was given by Lloyd George this after noon in the House of Commons. As f° r the Allies' terms—the only terms of which they will give peace negotiations a thought—the Premier se t them down thus: "Without reparation, peace is im possible. The Allies insist that the only end of the was must be com plete guarantee against Prussian militarism disturbing the peace of Europe." And with a ringing note of bitter irony he added: "All the outrages on land and sea cannot be liquidated by a few pious phrases about humanity. At the pinnacle of his political career in h» debut before the House vir ^al War Director of England Lloyd George delivered his long ex P e cted address before a , house Parliament as Premier and thronged to its capacity and amid deep, almost reverential silence which was, however, broken repeat edly by thunderous cheering. Children take BALLARD'S HORE HOUND SYRUP willingly because it tastes nice. There isn't a better rem ed y anywhere for children's coughs, hoarseness and bronchitis. It's a g° od medicine and easy to take. Price. 25c, 50c, and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Beilanger Drug Co. • -— NEW YORK AT NIGHT Is the name of the pl^y that will be presented tonight at the Evange line by the New York Producing Co., a company of 25 people, in cluding a bevy of bright, sparkling girls. It is a musical comedy filled with non-sensical frolics interming led with snappy and tuneful melo dies. It will reveal a side of New York life that is hard to catch on and yet is a matter of nightly fact with a certain class of the popula tion of that great city. If you want to enjoy a clean, lively musical pro duction, be at the Evangeline to night and get there early as to have your usual seat. "The ac tress of Pearl White will be shown between the acts of the New York offering. Don't forget that "New York at night is not a moving pic ture but a stage play acted by ac tors and actresses of flesh and blood. —— --- ; Heartburn is a symptom of indi-j gestion. Take a dose of HERBINE j such cases. The pain disappears instantly. The bowels operate speed- ! ilv and ydh feel fine, vigorou and cheerful. Price 50c. Sold by Bellan ger Drug Co. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of The First National Bank of Morgan City, La will be held in the Directors Room Tuesday, January 9th., 1917 be tween the hours of 10 o'clock and 4 o'clock P. M. for the election of directors to serve the ensuing year and for the transaction of other business. K. R. Hood, Cashier. Xmas Turkeys in first-class order at Pioneer Grocery. IBis? *$\is}xtxizv On Count The Days Your Fingers SHOP EARLY The logical place to select the "Man's Gift" is a Man's Store and the logical store is the store that serves his wants all the year through. Such a store is this store and here you will find everything needed to com plete his wardrobe. We invite you to call. Beautiful silk neckwear in Holiday boxes 50c. to $1 50 Good shirts, beautifuful patterns, Vindex Guarant Si to 5.00. Suit or overcoat made to measure, tit guar anteed, $15 to 40 00. Guaranteed hosiery in holiday boxes, 50 cents up. Full dress vests, $2 50 to (5 00. Regal shoes, none belter, $4.50 to »5.00. Knox hats* the world renown, S3 50 to 5.00. Silk pajamas, $5 t< 7 00 Lounging robes, $5 to 9.00. Dependable gloves, Ireland Bros., $1 75 to 2 50. Sweater Coats, $4 to 9.00, Com bination sets, tie, hose and handkerchief. Si UO up. Linen and silk handkerchiefs ranging 25 cents up. Guaranteed combination rain and overcoats $5 to 15.00. T) (( 1916 - 1917 " 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 check 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 J V JM. THE RESCUE I in case of fire is accounted no ble, but the rescue of property can only lie partially attained after theonsweep of the flames There is a way of rescue how ever A way that discounts the damages of fire, smoke, and water. Pioteet yourself by a 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 27 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 B. Mule. Ditch's Butcher Bov Says: Vho goes there? A lady fair? Buy your meats with "GREATEST CARE ! .PROMPT DELIVERY Phones; Market 147. Res. Br. M. F. Meyer Physician and Surgeon Office: Terrebonne's Pharmacy. Residence: Costello Hotel Berwick Office 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 ful 1 weight and best quality. My aim i.v to treat my customers the same a3 I would like to be treated. Phone No. 11. Morgan City PROMPT DELIVERY FOUND—Adrift on Bayou ScIiaelT;:' one barge, 12 x 35 it. owner ca.i have same by proving ownership and paying expense of ad vertising and cost of securing barge. Apply at Avcca office. Telephone No. 163 P. 2wks. WANTED 5ft to 100 people to go to Biloxi, Miss., to shuck steam oysters.—Apply to this office.