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(oMg Coolest. b flist contestants and friends of Antestants may become thoro " . --i:— with the working ■ j. familiar [Jof the Review Thousand Dol Voting Contest, the rules are again today. The contest I dose as announced on March the prizes will be awarded S^tion is also called to the fact contestant cannot drop out jpve his or her votes to some JL contestant, although he or she transfer their number and votes ^ B c person who is not in the con ^ Attention is also called to the that a contestant can win but af the monthly prizes. Sets have been won by num |J|17 and 240, so they are not to win this month, fgies of the contest are as g, schedule of votes as given jÿfrely wil not be changed dur JTJi, contest. No special voting wil be introduced in addition k de conditions herein set forth geh person nominated will be ■Bi a number and the candidates and number will be im entered in The Review ■best books. Oaly the number of each contes rot or condidate wil 1 be published Bti the dose of the contest, then a contestant is once nomi y and a number assigned that Habitant can not withdraw and tm the votes already entered to his w her credit over to another con tdbnt However, a contestant may withdraw from the contest at any fm and turn his or her votes and Ua ar her number over to any per wa who à not a contestant. far; contestant is required to ■g a weekly report of the votes b which he or she is entitled. That s, Mch contestant must render an Mcwnt at least once a week of all teripthm orders received in order let the* proper vote credits for (h orders. Votes will-only be credited on ac il cash subscriptions, cash-on-deli ry commercial printing, and for ^ received for each $2.00 Fount feta. Votes will be given on all money __________ on subscriptions to the K b City Daily Review and the fi (Sty Weekly Review, and on fepfemy paid commercial print hlMd the Guaranteed Fount * fas. No tes will be given for AMtodole o! votes is given un Jjfes beading of "VOTES," HOW nor them." A jmfea record will be kept by Plays of Class A TIE OPERA HOUSE, A PROGRAM HARD TO BEAT THE CLASS OF SERVICE WE USE *» Blue Bird«, Universal Comedies & Animated Weekly, k Paramount Features. Pathe's, Including the Iron Claw. (f 0 * Features. Triangle Features and Keystone Komedies. Universal. Paramount Features and Chaplin Komedies. FOX Night THE OPERA HOUSE to-night # Excellent Program of K' Feature Pictures the Review of the entire transaction of the contest and these records will be audited by a competent set of judges at the close of the contest. For the information of friends of the contestants the schedule of votes will be published tomorrow un der the head of "Votes and How to Get Them." Children take BALLARD'S HORE HOUND SYRUP willingly because it j tastes nice. There isn't a better rem- ; edy anywhere for children's coughs, hoarseness and bronchitis. It's a 1 good medicine and easy to take. ! Price 25c, 50c, and $1.00 per bottle. ! Sold by Bellanger Drug Co. PUBLIC SCHOOL per Below wil be found the result oJ the Public School examinations foi the term ending this month. SENIOR Class average 87 per cent. Highest grade—Clayton Coleman 92 per cent. JUNIOR CLASS average 86 cent. Highest Grade—Eileen O'Brien 95 per cent. SOPHMORE CLASS average 87 per cent. Highest Grade—Lottie Watkins per cent. SOPHOMORE CLASS average per cent. Highest Grade—Blanche O'Brien per cent. Did you notice the beautiful new Fords that have been recently re ceived by Loeb and Dreher. Well one of these will be given away by the Review in but a few weeks, and just for a few hours work each day. Can you guess who will win the car? Something new at mann's. Fig Pudding. ♦♦ Dyer-Leh Saturday is the day to wea- the j Red Cross Stamp. Stamp yourself I j and help the cause further by seeing ! 1 to it that your friends wear so -» : j ! Red Cross Stamps. They can be had ] at any store in the city. Wear them j ' on the lapel of your coat or on your j Hat. Start out early. Help the A.vci- , Tnberculosis League. These littie 1 penny-a-piece stamps are sold every ! year at Christmas and the cause de- j « pends upon the liberality of the pub-1< lie for the income. Dont forget Sat- < urady to wear a stamp. j < Miss Eunice Berwick, who is at tending school at Natchitoches, will arrive Saturday to spend the holi days at home. Dressed Pigs For Sale. FOR YOUR XMAS DINNER: A limited number of roasting size dressed pigs for sale. Good as tur key. 22c per pound. Better order promptly. Avoca Store. Phone 185-J. will of of votes un to THE STANDING OF CONTESTANTS TODAY 1 HORE it j rem- ; coughs, a 1 take. ! bottle. ! No. 5 ....... No. 135...... No. 236....... i;n non No. 25 ...... No. 156 ..... No. 240....... :272 2. r >n No. 40....... No. 191...... No. 243........ . . 160,000 No. 53 ...... No. 213...... No. 244.......... . . . 45,500 No. 71....... No. 217 ..... No. 246 ...... No. 102...... No. 225...... ..... 108,750 votes No. 247 ......... . . . . 5,000 vote« vote. REVIEW per oJ foi 92 95 per new re one the just Can The Great Out Doors is Calling You. With this 1917 Model Ford Touring Car you May go Anywhere Anytime. Easiest to Operate. Lowest Cost for Upkeep. This Contest will Positively close March 1st. Don't Waste Any Time. Act Now. Ten Weeks of Intelligent Effort Will Win this Car for You. Get Your Friends Subscription to the DAILY REVIEW and then Get Them to Help You in the Contest. Think of ehe Pleasure that Would be Yours if You Owned this Car. Eighteen Contestants are Striving for the Seven Magnifia cent Prizes, the Total Value of Which is $1,000. ♦♦ ♦♦ lst PRIZE A Brand New, 1917 Model, Ford Touring Car, Vslue $395.00. This magnificent prize is contributed by Loeb & Dreher, Local Distributors of Ford automobiles. Ask them about this new model. the j I j ! 1 -» : j ! had ] them j ' your j , littie 1 ! de- j « pub-1< Sat- < j < 2nd PRIZE A Beautiful Diamond, Value $200.00, to be 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 Vocalian, the finest reproduc ing musical machine yet invented. 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. 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 sively. at will holi size tur 3rd PRIZE A handsome 9-piece Oak Dining Room Set, Actual Value $85.00. 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. 5th PRIZE A $30.00 Made-to-Measure Suit is the fifth prize, 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. 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. 6th PRIZE A Beautiful Seamless Administer 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. . Be sure to see the many fine offerings at this popular store for Xmas shoppers. Come to this store and buy everything for the whole family's Christmas. 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. Now is the time to get into this contest in earnest, Make a resolve now to start real work and make every day count. You can do it if you will. Votes for women and votes for men. There is no distinction between sex in this # contest. It is your work and the work of your friends that will count when the winners are announced You get ten thousand votes for every yearly subscription you turn in for the Daily Review. There are many friends wh o will give you a subscription for the asking. utmttttuttn WHY WE STAND ON ONE LEG Naturalists have distinguished us from the higher animals from the fact that we stand upright on two legs. But we do? Watch a * crowd standing by a street orator, and see how many are really standing on both legs. Or try yourself to stand on two legs, and see l;ow soon you are ready to fall from fatigue. The truth is that we have not yet absolutely acquired the upright posi tion ascribed to us by the scientists. Even in the army where comfort is j always sacrificed to trim appear jance, the command, "Stand at ease," which allows the soldiers to throw one leg back and drop themselves upon it, shows how impossible a per fectly upright position is to main tain for any length of time. As any anatomist will tell us, x we are still built very much like the monkeys. Standing perfectly up right can only be done by a very complicated cross strain, one set of muscles pushing forward, another holding back. With every move ment we make a new adjustment of these muscles takes place. The trouble is all with out hip bones. Therefore, to rest these mus cles we .place one of them at rest by throwing one leg to one side, allow ing the other to do the work. When one leg has rested suffi ciently, it takes up the strain and the other takes a spell. Nor does it matter how much we strengthen our leg muscles by walking or other ex ercises, the perfectly upright posi tion is still a hard onç,-to keep. If it is Candy—Candy—Candy— We have Nunnally's and Norris ex clusively—Peoples Drug Store. $180 IN A RAG DOLL Fresno, Cal.—"Keep this, my child, as it may come in handy some day." This was the remark made more than 20 years ago by the moth er of Mrs. Maggie Doyle, wife of a Fresno policeman, when she gave her daughter a rag doll. Mrs. Doyle has kept the doll for 20 years, and has carried it in her trunk from one town to another. Recently she un packed the trunk and found that the stuffing was coming out of the doll. She started to sew up the rip, but pulled out a little sack containing $180 in gold. Mrs. Doyle's mother died ten years ago. Xmas Turkeys in first-class order at Pioneer Grocery. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of The First J 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. Order your Christmas from Jolley Bros. Turkey FOR SALE 1 piano. 1 blacksmith vise. 1 17-in bell. Address B. F. Horton, Berwick, t , , 1 lwk -I J LAST CALL For Christmas Offerings 'THERE is no reason why you A should be too late to get what you want, we are prepared to supply your wants. All or ders will be appre ciated, no matter how small. We have just re ceived a swell bunch of chickens. Phone us for oys ters for your Christ mas dinner. JACK'S STORE The Store That Serves You Best TELEPHONE 268 3ÉS Fat plump Turkeys ready to be eaten at Pioneer Grocery. x > „<• ,, 1 Fare Perfumes in Cut Glass Gift Belanger's.