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MORGAN CITY, LA., MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 191.7.
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thank our natrons tor their: libérai orders
assure them of
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for Christmas
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FIRST ON I[K ROLL OF HONOR
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to call at this Bant
our safety depart
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it box; these boxes!
ltd with the key
boxes for $3.00 '
CapM| $? 5 J*n 1
WINCHKSTER,
Cashier
-orpins and resource
Lpital than anv Bank in
lary.
your valuable papers; we ask
we will be * pleased to show
or a life insurance policy,
[eceipts are worthy of a safe
in a steel vault and can only
we give you. We rent you
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Surplus;
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$52,000.1«
A. B. O'BRIEN,
Asst. Cashier
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L-copom Ly; o, now jwopoui cz Sons Lta. was
n Mortar City forty year • ago, The found:: - of the bash
id takes a keen if not active interest in the business,
i me day the door of the first humble store war- oneneci until now.
marked the course of every transaction,
stock of the first store was of necessity small. Now the firm buys
s of merchandise in one order.
Forty years is a long: time and a short time, according to the view point.
r orty years in the life of a nation is little.
r orty years for a business enterprise is a long time.
iremandous changes have taken place in business methods within forty
years.
In the beginning there were no duplicate sales tickets, no telephones no
adding machines, and the modern cash register on today was unthought of
but the laws of business were the same then as now and the elements for
success in all time have not changed.
To succeed forty years ago, one had to be a fair tradesman, aggressive,
just as daring as one must be now, but able to distinguish between an ap
proximately safe and unsafe business opportunity.
When Leopold Loeb began his business career in Morgan City there was
very little business, in fact there was very little of Morgan City There were
no modern conveniences such as we enjoy today.
Leopold Loeb started when the south was in the recovery stage from the
effects of the great war between the States. The great west was then a
great solitude. San Francisco the city of the greatest fair was then not
more than a mining camp. Los Angelos was a Mission house for Monks.
When Leopold Loeb started in Morgan City railroading was in a crude
state. There were no breechloading guns, and the Colts revolver was in the
making.
We doubt that' twenty people living in Morgan City then ate residents
of Rïoi gar. Ci£v today.
Two generations are a long time- when the life of man is the standard of
measure.
Leopold Loeb & Sons Lid. have gone through floods and panics. Mem
bars of the firm have seen: Morgan City at its worst and Morgan City at
its best.
Steadily the house has gone forward, but its business methods have not
changed. The sharp trick? of trade are foreign to the spirit of its policy.
It is mere than a mere business enterprise, it i3 an institution.
To lay the firm is old in years, but stronger in spirit and in action than
the youth of 25, a monument to the principle that honesty is the best
T>Iicy. _ .
Leopold Loeb & Sons Ltd. is the oldest important business in Morgan
City. There are man Twhose fathers and grandfathers have bought and
are buying from Loenk who will rejoice with the members of the firm
during - the year in which the stores usefulness reaches the two-score mark,
in celebrating an anniversary in a long career of pleasant business rela.
tions *
At this time Morgan' City salutes Leopold Loeb and the younger mem
bers of the family and wish for them and their business a continued career
of prosperity. Ad multos annos. i
LEOPOLD LOEB & SONS LTD.
Tha firm is the oldest important mercantile institution in Morgan City.
It is now fort f years old. During these many years some good, others bad
from a business standpoint, the policy has been that honesty is the best
policy which makes for permanent success. The store is today in the active,
hands of the hands of the sons of the founder. Mr. Leopold Loeb is the ;
president; Mr. Ralph Loeb is Treasurer and General Manager of the firm
and he enjoys the reputation of being one of the best judges of merchan
dise in the State. Joseph Loeb is vice president. He also is president of the j
Berwick Bay Fish & Oyster Company, the leading firm of its kind in the
parish. The Secretary Sol Loeô~ iff- actively engaged in the business. He j
also is the owner and manager of the'beautiful Étey^ljne theatre, and is
r. partner in the local agency of the Ford Automobile.
The founder, Leopold Loeb has another son, Henry Loeb whoN*Sw® n
gaged in the mercantile business in Morgan City, and three daughters, Mrs.
M. E. Norman and Mrs. Sam Blqjn of this city and Mrs. Leon Kahn.
The store has spoken for itself for many years. Good merchandise at a
fair price has been the rule by whith it has succeeded. Today there is no
better placé in Morgan City to buy. dry goods, clothing, furnishings and
furniture than at Loebs.
CIMSTl! M. 28 IKS TO
5.1 FOU HÉ1H OF IIEflMF;
Hiss i.m r nia rf ibmto Wins Third £S Pm Hiver!
Set Given my In Review Votimi [outest.
Contestants Publishe d Tfday iirüe irsi
Names qf
'Vhin the votes for December
w.: - 3 tabulated it was found that
Miss Leah Fortir. of Berwick, who is
number 25 in the contest had placed
to her credit the largest unmber of
votes during the month and she has
bceh awarded the chest of silver for
her efforts.
Today for the first time the
name of a number of contestants
are marde public, so that all of their
friends might know that they are in
the race. There are still a few who
prefer that their identity remain
concealed at this time and their
wishes are being respected in the
matter.
Today starts a new month and a
new year. There are just two months
left of tile-contest, as it will posi
tively be dosed on the first of
Mardi, and the prizes will be award
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of
in
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I beat them. They
J and a couple of
?d as soon as the votes
Another silver set wi
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the contestant getting
number of votei du
however this set can
cor.testantwho has.
set. Mrs. C. E. Moi
Kreisle and Miss Li
not be eligible to
prise, however as thi
are in the lead just
expected that they wi
just as hard during th|
cause they will want
the larger prizes.
Now that you kn<
ers are, the only
to get out and gf
e counted,
be given to
the largest
g January,
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ady won a
Mas Maude
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pete for this
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place any of the
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JUST IN TODAY BY EXPRESS
A Nifty New Design in
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Come in today, let us show you
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" 1916 - 1917 "
Have you started your now
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 si::
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
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.PROMPT DELIVERY
Phones: Market 147. Res.
Dr. .V. F. 'âyer
Physician and Surgeon
Office : Terrebonne's Pharmacy.
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Residence: Costello Hotel
Berwick Office Broussard's Drug
g tore. Hours: 1 to 2 p. m.
We have just received a carload
sewer pipes, and can make dose
on your work. We are agents
"Standard" Portland Cement
and \ill quote you prices in car lots
tbe[and luu than car lots at attractive
prices àç Dyer-Lehmann Co.
Octave J: Delaune
C.TY MARKET
: es i K eats
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
Either the Automobile of the
ring may be had for giving a part
of your time in getting subscriptions
for the Daily and Weekly Review.
The contest will dose March 1st,
WANTED —50 to 100 people to
go to Biloxi, Miss., to shuck steam
oysters.—Apply to this office.

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