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The Morgan City daily review. (Morgan City, La.) 1916-1920, December 30, 1916, Image 2

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Published Ddiiy Lxcept Sunday
C. E. KING, Manager.
OF
SUBSCRIPTION
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advance ........$1.00
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Months
Months
Month
Week
fards
Rates of Readers, Notice
>f Thanks, Obituaries, etc:
Per line first issue ........... 5c
Subsequent issues .......... 1 2 L c
Rates on display advertisements,
Ring Manager's Office, 278.
Entered as second class mail mat
ter at the Postoffice of Morgan City, i
La.
PERSONALS
See SHOES tonight, Opera House.
Mr. C. J. Riehard of New Orleans
was in Morgan City Friday.
Do not use that word DELICIOUS
until you have tryed our. "Dyleco
Coffee."—Dyer-Lehmann Co.
Messrs. N. and J. Epstein of Haiti
more, Md., were business visitors in
Morgan City yesterday.
SEE I. W. PADDOCK FOR IN
SURANCE.
Mr. L. J. Boyhen of
Texas is visiting in the eit
If it is Candy—Candy—Candy—
We have Nunnally's and Norris ex
clusively—Peoples- Drug Store.
Mr.%. W. Hallet of St. Louis was
in Morgan City Friday.
See SHOES tonight, Opera House.
For good value get "Dyer" Brand
Pork and Beans. 3 for 25c at the
Fair and Square Stope.
Mr. Henry Burgard of New Or
Houston,
today.
leans was in Morgan jCity today in
the interest of the Standard Oil Co.
Heinz Dill Pickle|, 20c per can, at
Dyer-Lehmann's.
So.
SHOES tonight, Opera House.
Miss Ollie Moncrief entertained a
large number of her friends last
night with a picture show party. The
party went to the Evangeline at
about 8:00 o'clock and witnessed
the Triangle program which was a
treat for the entire party. There was
28 in the party.
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Toilet waters, perfuhies and face
powders. Belange» - Drug Co. *
Miss Mattie Gillen entertained
with a party at her home on First
street Thursday evening. The even
ing was pleasantly spent by the
guests indulging in various games.
Something new at Dyer-Leh
mann's. Fig Pudding.
Mr. S. J. Bass of New Orleans i
visited in Morgan City this week.
Mr. John Bruder, proprietor of
ÿforg&n City Hat Works on Railroad
Avenue has decided to close out his
Business and leave Morgan City.
HORSE FOR SALE—Gentle bug
gy horse in fine condition. Apply to
Mrs. Tom Hennesy. 2wks
Miss Esfif Golden returned to
Bfow Orleans after a pleasant visit
to Morgan City %
Take your prescriptions to the
Belanger Drug Co., the careful
druggists. '
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City
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ferred
Miss Leta Prohaska, daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Frank ■ Prohiska
First Street will depart in a few days
for Nashville, Tenn., where she will
enter Ward-Belmont college, which
1)1 said to be the finest girl school in
the South.
in
guests
City.
ted
who
most
For Edwin Clapp shoes, see Henry
Kahn. tf.
her
See SHOES tonight, Opera House.
Miss Alice Sutton will return tp
Baton Rouge Tuesday to r^sunr
studies at the State University.
MONEY TO LEND ON REAL ES
TATE. ST. MARY BUILDING AS
SOCIATION, PATTERSON, LÀ.
Mr. Sam Nye Buss of New Orleans
is visiting relatives in Morgan City
For Tapioca
MANN'S.
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Mr. J. M. McCauley and family of
Payday, La., near Shreveport are
visiting in Morgan City. Mr. Mc
Cauley has charge of Chapman
Storm Co. mill at Payday.
The Rexall store in your town.
Quality and service. The Belanger
Drug Co.
Mr. Chas Chase of Amelia, La., is
a business visitor here today.
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Mr. A. II. Rentrope of Amelia, La.
was in the city today. »
Mr. F. H. Gaudet, representing
the Dwyer Piano Co., was in the city
Friday. '
thrifty,
George
Porter
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100 Men s Long Black Overcoats, sold regularly for S10, to ck
choice now
only $5,90
out, your
We have had the big «rest holiday tra
dc n the history of mir business, and to wind up tin
we are
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to make some hi
Our stock
cuts m every department,
ire still complete and in most
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Mr. H. M. Cotten has been a visi
tor to New Orleans this u^eek.
Prof. M. J. Durand of Lake
Charles spent Saturday in Morgan
City shaking hand with old friends.
Mr. Linue Terrebonne is spending
the New Year here with his parents.
See SHOES tonight, Opera House.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Terrebonne
and son, are visiting relatives in
Byran, Texas for a few days.
Mr. F. D. Winchester was a visi
tor to New Orleans Friday.
Mr. T. P. Lewis of New Orleans,
was in the city this week.
If you can't help your favorite
win the Automobile what about the
Diamond Ring?
Miss Ora Smith of the Cumberland
Telephone Company has been trans
ferred to Port Arthur, Texas.
See SHOES tonight, Opera House.
Miss Maude Kreisle entertained
in honor of her out of town house
guests at her home in North Morgan
City. The house was tastely decora
ted for the occasion and for those
who attended it was one of the
most pleasing events of the season.
Did you see the new' standing of
contestants in today's paper.
ARCADE THEATRE
Mattie Ferguson who plays the
thrifty, practical millionaire aunt in
George Kleme's film version of
Porter Emmerson Browne's drama,
The Spendthrift," which opens at
the Arcade Theatre on December
31st, was a delightful witness of her
own work at the Kleine New York
Studios recently.
"I have been complimented so
often on my portrayal of the charac
ter of Gretchen during the long run
of the stage play," said Miss Fer
guson, "that I always wished . I
might see myself from the front'
just to determine for myself that !
Gretchen looked like the others. It
was positively weird! Just like one's
ghost rising to behold the physical j
body. I forgot all about criticizing
my work. Incidentally, I have lost
my respect for my .mirror."
Miss Ferguson had every reason
to enjoy watching herself on the
screen for her finished portrayal of
this quaint personality is one of the
cleverest pieces of character work in
the picture.
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by
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sunday School at 10:00 a. m.
Preaching services at 7:30 p.
LIST OF MAGNIFICENT PHI
ZES FOR WINNERS IN
REVIEW CONTEST
Ford
1st PRIZE
A Brand New, 1917 Model,
Touring Car, Value $395.00.
magnificent prize is contributed by
Loeb & Dreher, Local Distributors
of Ford automobiles. Ask them about
this new model.
2nd PRIZE
A Beautiful Diamond, Valve
$200.Ofi, 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 gtore 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.
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This
3rd PRIZE
A handsome 9-piece Oak Dining
Room Set, Actual Value $85.0b.
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.
measure Clothing,
4th PRIZE
An elegant Wardrobe Trunk,
Value $3^.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.
5th PRIZE
A $30.00 Made-to-Mea*ure Suit
U tha fifth prize, and is contributed
by Fisher Bros., Haberdashers.
Besides featuring tailored to
Fisher Bros., I
THE STANDING OF CONTESTANTS TODAY
No.
5.......
......167,000
votes
No.
25 .....
......307,000
votes
No.
40 .....
......251,000
votes
No.
53 .....
......201,000
votes
No.
102 .....
......187,000
votes
No.
135 ......
......119,000
%
votes
No. 1Ö1 ............117,000 votes
No. 213 ......4.....185,000 votes
No. 217 ............283,250 votes
No. 225 ............108,750 votes
No. 236 ............131,500 votes
No. 240 ............285,250 votes
No 243 160,000 votes
jfo. 244 .............45,500 votes
Xo. 246 ............15,000 votes
No. 247 ..............5,000 votes
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fur
and
1 have a complete line of gents
! nishings, for men, young' men
! women who shop for men.
6th PRIZE
! A Beautiful Seamless Axminister
Rug, 9 ft. by 12 ft., Value $25.00.
] This prize is contribute«! 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. .
7th PRIZE
A Four-Burner Bon Ami Oil
Stove, Valued $25.00. contributed
by Dyer-Lehmann Co., Ltd.
Have you tried a pound of
famous
DYLECO coffee? If not place your
order today and secure a higher de
gree of coffee satisfaction. The
y. tu . . .. ,
Dyer-Lehmann store is the home of
fresh groceries
To the candidate securing the
highest number of votes durin'g each
month of the contest will be given a
26-Piece Silver Set, value $25
w s h e „ l
for the months ending November 1st, '
December 1st, January 1st, Febru- j
ary 1st, and March 1st j
In addition to the large list of
valuable prizes mentioned in the
above list, The Morgan City Daily
and Weekly Review will pay five per
cent commission to each contestant
in the race, with the exception of the
three contestants who win the first
three prizes. These three contestants
will not receive the cash commission.
The commission will be paid on all i
subscriptions made on the Daily Re- j
view, The Weekly Review and the i
14k Gold Point Barnett
Fountain Pens.
Dont delay writing or calling on
the Manager of the Morgan City Re
view for any further information
you may want in regard to this big
contest.
If the Review is not delivered to
your home promptly, telephone us
and we will see that you get your,
naper on time.
FAMILY AVOIDS
SERIOUS SICKNESS
By Being Constantly Supplied With
Thedford's Black-Draught.
McDuff Va.— "I suffered for several
years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, oi
this place, "with sick headache, and
stomach trouble.
Ten years ago a friend told me to try
Thedford's Black-Draught, which I did,
and 1 found it to be the best family medi
cine for young and old.
I keep Black-Draught on hand all the
time now, and when my children feel a
little bad, they ask me for a dose, and it
does them more good than any medicine
they ever tried.
.We never have a long spell of*sick
g ess in our family, since we commenced
using Black-Draught.
Thedford's Black-Draught is purely
vegetable, and has been found to regu
late weak stomachs, aid digestion, re
lieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
headache, sick stomach, and similar
symptoms.
than a million people.
< 2 U r»" ru ®S 8 * fS * a , f ccommends
ß]äek - DraufnL Ptice only 25c. Get a
»ckage to-a$y. N.GI3
Daily Review 40c per month.
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OYSTERS for NEW YEARS
THE LOGICAL GIFT *
Let us have your orders early, for
particulars ring 281
THE BERWICK BAY FISH & OYSTER
COMPANY, LIMITED
Fresh Oysters Shucked Daily 45c. Per 100
Coming - Opera Hoik
Save Hie Girls
The Greatest Problem Play
Ever Presented on the
. Motion Picture Screes >
"Shoes'
Beautiful Bluebird Photoplay
Introducing the New Star
Mary Mac Lara
As the Shop Girl Who Wat
Compelled by Inexolorable Fate
to "Literally Sell Out for a Pair
of Shoes."
Lois Weber's Greatest Predict«
A Triumph in Photoplaying
Three Evenful Week* in the
Life of a Half-Slave Shop Girl
Driven to Sin Through no Fallt
of Her Own.
A lesson for every parent
A warning to every girl.
A Sociologial Problem.
Evangeline Theatre, Sat 30

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