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of unckiined matter advertif La.. Post Office Morgan City, ending December 30, 1916. id* I Adams, T. B. , B >■ ÎT Brown, Albert .Battes, Amer Cochran, and Co. Coluns, J C. (Campbell, Idie 1 * Dibens, Hiskiser Earl, J. A. Efstathopouler, Efotathion f H. Hales, Green Cheney, Bill > Ingersoll, Edward Jackson, Rixie L LeBlance, Susan Lage, Henry (Special del.) P. Picionelle, Resarvo posy, Ada (Special del.) Jr. I ' Richard, Henry j Ratcliff, Louis ! Ratcliff, F. Swain, Ader Stine, William Smith, Mary Smith, W. K. V. ». Wwhiten, Ediths I Jg affin# for the above letters 'Ttomm my advertised. -V r ' J. PBebert, P. M. Seat forget that Hie second prize is a beautiful Diamond Ring from the Imperial Jewel Tsmpenj of thie city, and on dis play in their jewelry parlors. A eon value of the stone is two '■hundred dollars. This is a prize which will undoubtedly nuke the or happy. Did yon see the new standing contestants in today's paper. of HEALTH AND MORALS Kceptkeùr VieeAtW, .Aîivd L str«*qtV>Uv*-< Feed. cYiildre* foods t [oyC wfcvcYi theCj tVîvêt go hand in hand. If die children's "tum mies" are properly nourished their men tal attitude towards life will be correct Thir is the grocery shop of correct foods and right prices. SPECI Fresh Soinach ALS and Turnips JACK'S STORE The Store That Serves You Best TELEPHONE 268 OYSTERS for NEW YEARS THE LOGICAL GIFJ Lei us have your orders early, for particulars ring 281 TO BERWICK BAY FISH 4 OYSTER COlFiHT, LIMITED Fresh Oysters Shucked Daily 45c. Per 100 ED. C NUTT COMEDY PLAYERS BIG TENT t i LOST SISTER » » TO NIGHT A Great Play, One You Should See.* Price lO Cento and IB Cents V: InfonDiflOB About the Bis feting Contest Arrangements have been made with the distributors of the Famous $2.00 Guaranteed 14k Gold Fount ain Pen to introduce this pen into our contest. Votes will not be given for the aale of Fountain Pens unless such sale is made.in connection with an order taken for subscription. The Guaranteed Fountain _ Pens will be suppied to eaeh contestant who desires to sell them in order to increase his or her vote credits. No contestant will be permitted to sell one of theçe famous Barnett Fountains Pens unless persons buy ing same subscribe for either the Daily or Weekly Review at the same time. Subscriptions to the Daily or Weekly Review may be takeif and votes for the same credited without the sale of the Fountain Pen. The Morgan City Daily Review and The Morgan City Weekly Re view will publish a bulletin at least once a week giving the number and standing of each contestant. The'receipt books, which will be furnished free of charge to each contestant, will afford a perfect re cord of the votes to which each con testant is entitled. Each candidate, with the excep , tion of the three candidate!* winning the three largest prizes will be paid a cadi commission on all subscrip tion orders, orders for commercial printing and sales of Fountain Pena. A ,26-piece set of Wm. A. Rodgers Silver Ware valued at $25.00, given to the contestant who is credited with the largest number of votes each month durfag toe ctmtesL One silver mt wil be given each month on December 1st, February 1st and March 1st A candidate cannot win bat one of these handsome sfiver sets but the winning of Mm silver set does not effect hi any way the candidates chances of winning one of the big prizes to be given at the end of the contest. r Each contestant win he credited with HM votez, when nominated. For each pod-in-advance sub s s g% fann to the Morgan „City Dafl? made into with ~ w >th Pens to buy the or and Re and be re con one the not big the Review at $4.00 per year, contes tant taking Order for same will be credited with ........ 10,000 votes. For each half-year's paid-in-ad vance subscription to the Morgan City Daily Review at $2.00, contes tant taking order for same will be credited with .........2,000 votes. For each three-months paid-in-ad vance subscription to the Morgan City Daily Review \yill be credited 1,000 votes. For each * |mid-in-advance sub scription to the Morgan City Weekly Review at $1.50 per year, contestant taking order will be credited with .....................1,500 votes For each paid-in-advance yearly subscription to the Daily Review and one $2.00 Guaranteed Fountain Pen, will be credited with . . 25,000 votes For six months to the Daily Re view and Guaranteed Fountain Pen, contestant taking order ■ for same wil be credited with ..10,000 votes n ,, .. . rv i !>„ For three months to the Daily Re-, , „ . , r, . . r, ] view and Guaranteed Fountain Pen, < ...... , , . contestant taking order for same will, be credited with 5,000 votes For one year to the Weekly Re view and Guaranteed Fountain Pen, contestant taking order for same will be credited with . . 10,000 votes. For every dollar paid on commer cial printing, contestant taking order for same will be credited with ...................5,000 voles In case of a tie vote for any prize offered the value of the prize will be divided equally between the tieing contestants. VALVES—Extra large, all on right side of motor and enclosed by two small steel plates. WHEELS AND TIRES—Wooden wheels of the artillery type with ex tra heavy bubs. Front, thirty by three inches; rear, thirty by three and one-half inches. WANTED BRIGHT BOY ABOUT 14 OR IS YEARS OF AGE TO ACT AS MESSENGER IN POST OFFICE. MUST BE NEAT, RELIABLE AND WILLING TO WORK. APPLY TO MR. J. P. HEBERT AT THE POST OFFICE. FOR SALE Fast motor boat, 25 feet long, 25 horsepower. Ferro engine, 3 cylin ders. Good condition. For inspection apply Gotten Bros. mill. lwk NOTICE All news for publication in the Review must be in this office by 12:00 o'clock noon, on the day of publication. Advertising copy must be in this office by nine o'clock. A nine-piece dining room set would be a prize worth winning. It wall go to the contestant finishing f t Art in photography is largely a matter of posing which re quires a certain knack on the photographer's part We have ihjit knack and the other requirement—artistic •kill in finishing. Ï A ARTI5T1C PHOTOCRAfHJ Boat Work Low— I Pri me I am the Photographer in your town Dr C Durham, Jn Morgan City, La. 1917 MODEL FORD So that you may know something of the Ford Touring Car the Review is giving away in the Thousauc; Dol lar Contest this edition contains i complete list of Ford Specifications as outlined in the Ford Mot«r Co. house organ, "The Ford Time-, ' in ih-; current issue. Read them care fully and you will find that simplic ity is the keynote. AXLE—Front ' axle of I-beam construction, ecpecially drop-forged from a single ingot of Vanadium Steel. Rear axile also of Vanadium Steel and enclosed in a tubular steel housing. The Ford differential is of the three-pinion bevel type; all gears! are drop forgings made of Vana dium Steel. DD . VI , 0 , » BRAKES—Dual system on all , / , Ford cars. Service brakes operates ... . . on the transmission and is controll , , . . , . -, , ed by foot ped * L Ex P and,r *& brake in rear wheel drums serves as em ergency brake. It is controlled by hand lever on left side of car. CARBURETOR—Float feed auto matic with dash adjustments Spec ially designed to give maximum power, flexibility and easy starting, with economy of fuel consumption. CLUTCH—Multiple ste 1 disc, operating in oil. CONTROL—On the left side of car. Three foot-pedal controls, low and high speeds, reversé, and brake on the transmission. Hand lever for neutral and emergency brake on left side of ear. Spark and throttle levers'«» directly under steering wheeL EQUIPMENT—All Ford sold completely equipped, except speedometer—no cars will be sold unequipped. FINAL DRIVE—Ford triangular with all shafts, universal joint and driving gëiars enclosed in dust-proof and oil proof housing. Direct shaft drive to center of the chassis; only one universal joint is necessary. AH shafts revolve on roller bearings; a baD and socket arrangement in Hie universal joint relieves Hie possess engere of all shocks and strains caused by the unevenness of the road. GASOLINE CAPACITY — AH Ford can have cylindrical gssnHar tank of ten gallons capacity mount ed directly on frame under front iV.iv THE UNIVERSAL CAR THE FIRST PRIZE m INjTHE Review* Voting Contest — — j. i MAGNETO —Special Ford design, built in and made a part of the mot or. Only two parts to the Ford mag neto, a rotary part attached to the flywheel and a stationary part at tached to the cylinder casting. No brushes, no commutators, no moving wires to cause annoyance on the Ford magneto. MOTOR—Four cylinder, four cycle. Cylinders are cast en bloc with water jackets and upper half of crank case integral. Cylinder bore is three and three-quarter inches; pis ton stroke is four inches. SPRINGS—Both front and rear springs are semi-elliptical trans verse, all made of especially Ford heat-treated Vanadium Steel. - STEERING—Steering knuckles and s Pi n dles are forged from special ^' ord heat-treated Vanadium Steel, banda are placed behind front axle. __• . . ®t three points of the chassis. This __. „„„ ___. „ • ____ _ method of suspension insures abso THREE-POINT SUSPENSION— Each of the Ford units is suspended 1- nwning gear and the frame. lute freedom from strain on the parts and permits the most comfor table riding of the car body. TRANSMISSION—Special Ford spur planetary type, combining ease of operation and smooth, silent run ning qualities. Clutch is so designed as to grip smoothly and positively, and when disengaged to spring clear away the drums, thus assuring posi tive action and maximum power. UNIT CONSTRUCTION —There are four complete units in the con struction of a Ford car—the power plant, the front running gear, the NOTICE The regular annual meeting of Hie stockholders of The First National Bank of Morgan City, La. win 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 Hie election of director s to serve toe ensuing year and far toe transaction of other K. R. Hood, Cashier. LOST—A leather bill book con taining $39.09 in currency and some Cuntocsiaad Telephone vouchers, between Morgan City and Ramos. Liberal reward will be paid for re turn to B. F. Langley, Morgan City. 3t Cleaning and ^Pressing We make old suits look like new ones. And we are equipped to do all kinds of repair work, cleaning and pressing in ex ceptlonally short time and at astonishinglv low prices. Let us tell you how little it will cost you to put those old clothes in good condition before you decide to throw them iway. Why not keep one suit here, so that you can drop In anytime and always have a suit that's nicely cleaned and pressed and ready to wear. Poncio Tailoring Co In Hear of Albert's Store Ring No. 43 for Quick Service A heavy cold in the lungs that was expected to cure itself has been the starting point in many cases of dis ease that ended fatally. The sensible course is to take frequent doses of BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SY RUP. It checks the progress of the disorder and assists nature to re store normal conditions. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Belanger Drug Co. For good value get "Dyer" Brand Pork and Beans. 3 for 25 c at the Fair and Square Store.