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JHnrgan City $mly Hefrirfn
Published daily except Sunday.
C. E. KING, Manager.
RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION
1 Year in advance .......
.$4.00
6 Months in advance ......
. 2.00
8 Months in advance .....
. 1.00
. .40
. .10
Rates of Readers, Notices,
Cards
»f Thanks, Obituaries, etc:
Per line first issue.......
.. 5c
Subsequent issues .........
2%c
Rates on display advertisements,
Ring Manager's Office, 278.
Entered as second class mail mat
ter at the Postoffice of Morgan City,
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PERSONAL
Three more days. r
Nine o'clock Thursday night is
the closing time.
Miss Zoe Bourgeois has returned
to Patterson after a pleasant visit
to relatives here.
MRS. GREENWALD IS BUYING
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF ALL
KINDS OF SPRING DRESSGOODS
IN NEW YORK FOR THE
SPECIALTY STORE.
Mrs. Randall who has been re
ported quite ill is said to be improv
ing.
You will find Lawn Sprinklers
and Nozzles at Dyer-Lehmann's.
Mr. H. McConnell of New Orleans
is among the traveling men visiting
here Monday.
Merchant's who are overstocked
or have any shelf-worn goods which
they wish to turn into cash, see the
Peoples Supply Company
Dalton Bldg.
Mrs. M. Meyerdech of Illinois, is
visiting relatives here this week.
SEE I. W. PADDOCK FOR IN
SURANCE.
Mr. and Mrs. Dupuy of New
Iberia were visitors here Sunday.
Toilet waters, perfumes and face
powders. Belanger Drug Co.
Miss Marvel Walters, left this af
ternoon for her home in Algiers af
ter a most pleasant visit with relati
ves here.
All size fresh Kodak films just
received at Belanger Drug Co. The
Bexall Store.
Dont forget the Civic League lec
ture at the City Hall tonight.
The Knights of Columbus held an
interesting meeting yesterday after
noon:
MRS. GREENWALD IS BUYING
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF ALL
KINDS OF SPRING DRESSGOODS
IN NEW YORK FOR THE
SPECIALTY STORE.
This is the time of the year when
the big league ball player is turn
ing his thoughts towprd the training
camps, and the first pay day of the
season.
When you think of anything in
drug store, think of Belanger Drug
Co.
Mrs. N. Francioni who recently
suffered a stroke of paralysis is re
porte! improved.
MrS. Jas. Christy and family, have
returned from New Orleans.
Capt. and Mrs. T. L. Morse have
returned from a months visit in
California. Mrs. Morse is spending
a few days in New Iberia before re
turning to Morgan City.
Mrs. T. Mangan was called to
New Orleans Friday on account of
the illness of her sister.
Mrs. Dan Fleury of Donner was
here yesterday.
Great variety of CHOICE FLOW
ER SEED at Dyer-Lehmann's—
plant early.
Miss Mabel Coleman of Amelia,
visited in Morgan City on Saturday.
Mrs. Esther Boudreaux and
daughter of Donner, were Morgan
City visitors on Saturday.
Mrs. Will Aucoin of Amelia was
here Saturday.
Mrs. E. Shelburn of Patterson
was a Sunday .visitor in Morgan
City. She sang at Trinity Church
Church last night.
Have you voted yet?
LOST—Silver Bar v Pin. Blue
Cameo with white figure on face.
$1 reward for return to tins Office
Mr. J. M. Dyer motored to New
Iberia, on Sunday.
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Good stationery for every pur
pose. Let us supply your needs. Bel
oaper Drug Co.
More than fiÇty people arrived in
Morgan City on the morning train
yesterday to see the boats, that did
not come.
.40
5c
Mr. Frank Price visited the lower
Lafourche country on Saturday.
Mr. J. F. Barret of Lake Charles
was a Sunday visitor in Morgan
City.
Generosity: Children dividing a
pair of roller skates.
Mr. Theo. Walgren of New Or
leans was in this city yesterday.
Mr. E. E. Moberly of Ramos was
a visitor here on Sunday.
Is there any general movement to
raise potatoes betwen the back door !
and -the back fence of Morgan City ■
of
to
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dwellers? They're to be $5 a bushel
you know.
You must know what KANDY
you give Her. Nunnally's is the
best—Peoples Drug Co. Phone 6.
Mr. John D. says that money that
comes to a man without effort is a
curse. The hold-up man would seem
to earn his then; the effort is de
cidely perilous.
Mr. F. A. Lee of New Orleans
was a week-end visitor in Morgan
City.
Dr. Stepp has returned to Cleve
land after a pleasant vacation in
Morgan City, as the guest of Mr. T.
Hutchcroft at the Costello hotel.
Melodrama has gone out of vo
gue. It's a long story mates; was it
that killed it?
Mr. A. J. Leverich of New Or
leans was registered at the Costello
yesterday.
What is adequate when you get
a cinder in your eye and your hat
blows off at the same time?
Mrs. E. E. Ditch and family mot
ored up the Teche on Sunday.
Mr. C. H. Heald of Lake Char!feä\
in Morgan
was a Sunday visitor
City?
Mr. L. J. Peterson and wife of
New Orleans were week end visitors
I in Morgan City.
Sterling 20 H. P. 4 cylinder Mar
ine Engine $75.00 cost $650.00.—
Dr. J. C. Berwick.
A boy is being remodeled if he
can be stopped from saying "guy"
when he means man. • -
There was no preaching at the
Presbyterian Church yesterday.
"The Magic Skin" from the pen
of DeBalzac was shown at the Ar
cade yesterday.
Mr. Edgar Bass of Albuquerque,
N. M. is visiting members of his
family in this city.
Miss Hazel Smyly of Franklin
spent the week-end with homefolks.
Mr. L. J. Bass returned yesterday
from New Orleans.
Mr. J. Chauvin of Lafeyette
spent Sunday in Morgan City.
Mr. J. Levy of New Orleans re
presenting the circulation depart
ment of the Item was here during'
the past week.
Mr. G. W. Lesh was a Franklin
visitor yesterday.
MRS. GREENWALD IS BUYING
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF ÂLL
KINDS OF SPRING DRESSGOODS
IN NEW YORK FOR THE
SPECIALTY STÖRE.
Take down the flags, "Unforeseen
Difficulties" etc.
SALESMEN WANTED to solicit
orders for lubricating oils, greases
and paints. Salary or Commission.
Address LINCOLN OIL CO., Cleve
land, Ohio.
.,
the
'take
sists
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now
„ At the House of Class
EVANGELINE THEATRE
High Class Features Every, Night, You Take
No Chances
TO-NIGHT
We offer Grace Cunard and Francis Fore b the Universal
Prise Serial
"The Purple Mask' 5
The Second Episode "In Suspected'*
An L. K. C Komedy in Two Parts
"Murdered by Mistake"
Featuring Dan Russel 1 in a screaming dual role. Prepare
yourself for a good laugh. 5th reel, a
swell Universal Comedy,
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Tuesday Night
A Paramount Super Feature Presenting
Mae - Murry in "The Plow Girl"
Produced by Jesse L. Lasky. A powerful photo drama
that moves from lb-* South African wilderness to .the , ,
drawing room of English society. A splendid pres
entation of au English giri who has beep forced
<• ...into slavery. by « brutal Boer, farmer
In Five Feature Parts
Also those hilarously fanny little fellows. Hans and Fritz
in
MILLION DOLLAR DOLL A
BRIGHT BREEZY SHOW
a
! Torpedo Boats that did not
■ brought down the house.
electrically illuminated runway
from the stage through the center
of the house, which was used by the j
chorus for several song numbers.
"The Million Dollar Doll" played
to a good house at the Evangeline
last night, and judging from the a
mount of applause received by sev
eral members of the company, the j
offering was highly pleasing to the
audience.
A feature of the
show was an
.
There was plenty of comedy and no j
plot, as is customary with musical
comedies. A timely joke about the
a
The next legitimate offering at
the Evangeline is 'September Morn'
Which comes next Sunday night.
Stimulators .
For The Week
Ladies waists that are $1
values selling O/h
this week .... Q«fC
Ladies union suits at two
prices, bargains QQ
at 59 cents and
Ladies silk hosiery, reduc
ed from 50c yourQ Ç
choice this weekgJ^C
Special value, light weight
boys' knee pants, reg
ular 75 cents A A _
values, this week^KJC
Fresh arrivals in wide
striped summer skirting,
bought to ' sell at 39
cents, this week
per yard ....
More of those
baby dresses
your choice .
New Arrivals In The
Men s Department
Tropical weight clothing,
the largest stock in the par
ish- Priced from $7.50
to $15.00 the suit.
Just unpacked, a new line
of soft Arrow collars
A bit early, but keep in
mind Blum & Koch straw
hats.
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25c
25c
Style, Quality, Service
Henry Loeb Co.
Limited
The Home of Hart, Schaffner A
Marx Clothe» for Men
., . , to
the progress of the disorder and as
In
A heavy cold in the lungs that
expected to cure itself has been the
starting of many disease that ended
'fatally. The sensible course it to
'take frequent doses of BALLARD'S
IHOREHOUND SYRUP. It checks
sists nature to restore normal con
ditions. Price 25c, 50c, and $100 per!
. ... » ,, . ' ' *
bottle. Sold by Belanger Drug Co.
FLEISCHMANN'S
YEAST
FOR SALE
The Berniard Steam Bakery is
now selling the famous Fleisch
mftnn's. This Yeast is too well
known to need any further mention.
Telephone your order to No. 3. lwk.
A
IN
"SEPTEMBER MORN
^September Morn," the whirlgig
musical delight from the Lasalle
Opera House (Chicago), comes to
the Evangeline Sunday, March the
4lh, with the jolly comedian William
Moore, always a welcome enter
tainer and associated with this
brilliant fellow of nimble legs and
funny faces are many happy com
edy players, including Maud K.
j-w illiams> Ruth Wi ikins, James
Baker> j j p atton> Billy y Iurphy>
the j Leslie Jones and other talent ed
a
sev
the j
the
an
. principals who help to keep the fun
no j moving at a rapid fire pace The
the
at
company number nearly fifty and
the pretty chours of girls have much
; to do with "puting over" the tune
! ful jingles and attractively arrang
1 ed ensembles. The dances are
j many and have to do with the fam
| ous Tangoes and graceful Hesita
tion waltz movements, which are the
! rage of the leading Musical Halls
j and Cabarets.
"September Morn" is a musical
jingle of tangoes, comedy and joy
and Ruth Wilkin^, "The American
Gaby Deslys" is a hit as "Argen
tina" in this big fun show.
The producers, who have a long
string of theatrical successes to
their credit, have given this delight
ful success an extremely elaborate
mounting, both in regards to scenic
effects and costuming.
Do you know that
the financial strength of
the local agency often
plays an important part
the REAL value of
m
vour
Fire Insurance ?
When you insure with
US you have both for
eign and local financial
protection.
Let us SHOW YOU
the new Equitable Life
& Accident Policy, dou
ble protection for the
price of one.
M. C. Realty & Ins.
Agency, Ltd.
LEWIS J. BASS
Manager
TOMORROW AT THE
EVANGELINE
The most brilliant work which
even the versatile Mae Murray has
done on the screen is that which she
gives her audience in her splendid
presentation of an English girl who
has been forced into slavery by a
brutal Boer farmer, in the Jesse L.
Lasky photoplay, "The Plow Girl."
Among the many mental duties
which she is compelled to perform
there is the driving of the oxen in
the fields during the plowing sea
son. The story itself is a powerful
one which carries the spectator
from the broad South African veldts
to the drawing rooms of the most
aristocratic of Briti8h social leaders .
In it Miss Murray has excelled the
"To
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notable work which she did
Have and To
Dream Girl."
Hold'
and
'The
Subscribe for the Weekly Review j
for your relatives in other States, !
only $1.50 per year.
MRS. GREENWALD IS BUYING
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF ALL
KINDS OF SPRING DRESSGOODS
IN NEW YORK FOR THE
SPECIALTY STORE.
Clean Teeth
FREE FROM
DESTRUCTIVE
GERMS
Cannot Decay
EUTHYMOL
TOOTH
PASTE
ANTISEPTIC DENTIFRICE
ESPECIALLY SUITABLE
TO DESTROY GERMS IN
THE MOUTH.
WE ST RONGLY RECOM
MEND IT AND ALWAYS
CABBY IT IN STOCK.
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Terrebonne's Pharmacy
DALTON BUILDING
V.
'of
Sonette & Maddox
For WINES. LIQUORS.
Cigars, etc
Flume 192. Morgan City, La.
mist
Authentic Styles for Men and Young Men
Announcing a Remarkable Showing 0 f
Spring Hats
$2, $3, $4, $5
The Men Who Wear Our Hats Are Those
Who Appreciate High Quality !
In the face of the most stringent scarcity ever
in hatters' materials the Fisher standard of
will be maintained in every grade.
Our store has become the rendezvous of many young
men who demand and who expect an unusual standard
of quality. You are welcome. It is
show these Hats—buy or no buy !
anown
quality
a pleasure to
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UNCLAIMED LETTERS
a
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List of unclaimed letters adver
! isted at Morgan City postoffice
i Week ending, Feb. 24th, 1917.
B.
Butler, H.
Banty, R. H.
Burgeois, Gesty
Brient, Mary
Billoit, Albert
Baily, Paul
Bease, Louise
Battise, Adline
C.
Clark, Geo. (Pec. Del.)
Coutney, Charlie
Crosby, Louis
Chanpagne, Narisse
D.
Dorsey, Mamie
Ellis Verna
F.
E.
Falterview, Mrs.
Fitch, Alvin
G.
Green, P. H.
Gouener, Joe
H.
Holden, Bertha
Hase, Sebter
J.
Johnson, Anthena
James, Alice
Jackson, R.
K.
Kimbrough, Joseph
Keller, W. J.
Keny, Minet
M.
P.
R.
S.
T.
Lister, Lee
Monroe, Paul
Powers, Alice
Robinson, Jack
Rizzo, Luccu
Richard, Henry
Speed, Mary
Terry, Betsey
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V.
Verichiski, Johnny
W.
Willsoji, George
White, Seasele
Webb, Charlie
W.
Willson, Tocnes
Willis, Oleava
In calling for the above letters
please say advertised.
J. P. Hebert,
Postmaster.
Have you voted yet?
$109 Reward, $109
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly
influenced by constitutional conditions
requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts thru the Blood on the.Mucous
Surfaces of the System thereby de
stroying the foundation of the disease,
giving the patient strength by building
up the constitution and assisting na
ture in doing Its v.-or!:. The proprie
tors have so much faith In the curative
.powers of Hall's Catarrh Cure that
they offer One Hundred Dollars for any
case that it fail3 to cure. Send for list
'of testimonials.
Address: F. J CHENRY & CO., Toledo
'Ohio. Seid by all Druggist*. 75c.
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.PROMPT DELIVERY
Phones: Market 147. Res. 153 !
STATE OF LOUISIANA 23BD
JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT
PARISH OF ST. MARY.
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BANK OF MORGAN CITY
vs.
WILLARD DITCH
No. 14,267.
I be IT KNOWN, That by vfr.
i tue of a writ of seizure and sale
j issued out of the Honorable 23rd
! Judicial District Court, in and for
j the Parish of St. Mary, and to me
i directed, in the above numbered
! and entitled suit, I have seized, and
! will offer for sale at public auc
' tion, without appraisment, and for
cash, to the last and highest bidder,
at the principal door of the Court
House in Franklin, St. Mary
Parish, La., on
SATURDAY THE 17TH DAY
OF MARCH A. D. 1917, between
the judicial hours of 11 o'clock A
M. and 4 o'clock P. M. on said day,
the following described property,
to-wit:
That certain lot of ground ly
ing and being situated in Ditch'i
Annex to Morgan City, St. Mary
Parish, State of Louisiana, west of
and adjoining the property of
Thomas L. Morse, and having a
front of Forty (40) feet on tho
south side of Ditch Avenue, by a
! depth along its east line of Ninety
! (90) feet; on the West line of
J Sixty-eight (68) feet; and on tho
rear or south line of Fifty (50)
feet. Together with all the build
! ings and improvements thereon.
Being a portion of the same pro»
: perty acquired by Thos. L. Mono
at Sheriff's sale Dec. 18, 1915, in
I the case of T. L. Morse vs. Willard
j Ditch.
! Charles Pecot,
Sheriff St. Mary Parish,
Louisiana.
j Dated :
Franklin, La.,
February 12th, 1917.
MRS. GREENWALD IS BUYING
A BEAUTIFUL UNE OF ALL
KINDS OF SPRING DRESSGOODS
IN NEW YORK FOR THE
SPECIALTY STORE.
The Missing Link
Between Morgan
City and Houma
GAS BOAT
Mason F, Calcote
Wm. BLAKEMAN, Owner
General Packet Carrier, leaves
Morgan City Frjcays, Leaves
Houma Mondays.
Prompt, economic and reliable
freight service. Home address
Morgan City La.
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Octave J. Delaune
CITY MARKET
Fresh Meats
OF ALL KINDS
You can send your children to
my market and get full weight
and best quality. My aim ia to
treat my customers the same •»
I would like to be treated.
Phone No. 11. Morgan City
PROMPT DELIVERY

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