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A Customer About Bass' Special Coffee
Mr. Bass,
Please send me 15 cents ground coffee,
none other but BASS' SPECIAL with little chicory,
please send the BEST.
drink BASS' SPECIAL COFFEE-PIONEER GROCERY
PHONE-2.
PERSONAL
Mr. Morton Paxton of Houston,
was a visitor in Morgan City
Sonda?
Toilet waters, perfumes and face
poirders. Belanger Drug Co.
Mr. Sa »w Mason of Shreveport,
jpoat Sunday in this city.
JJOM'T rush. wait, new
GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. MRS.
SSiNWALD has returned
ptOM THE EAST.
Mr. Theodore Selma of New
Moria was a Sunday visitor in Mor
I» City.
Mo deliver your Drug order
now"—Peoples Drug Co.
jhone 6. Fine line of cigars.
Dr. Mandell Silver has returned
to New Orleans.
Our Ant Paint will stop Ants—
point on table legs, etc.—Peoples
Doug Co. Phone 6.
Mrs. Agnes Hawkins of Chicago
— g guest at the Costello yester
\
Fresh Ground HORSE RADISH.
Bog DYER-LEHMANN'S.
Mr. T. D. Franklin of Natchez,
Mkt, was in Morgan City yester
fey
ÇOLORITE —Colors old and new
Itraw hats—25c bottle all shades—
pioneer Grocery. Phone 2.
A party of tourists from Kokomo,
f riiini composed fit Mr. D. C.
gprakçr, Mrs. Martha Power and
Ada Bowen visited in Morgan
Qtj Saturday.
When you think of anything in a
if store, think of Belanger Drug
r. and Mrs. T. Mercer Moorman
Franklin were week end visitors
I Morgan City.
DÔNT RUSH. WAIT. NEW
ARRIVING DAILY. MRS.
fALD HAS RETURNED
THE EAST.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Castell of
Orleans spent the week end in
in City. Accompanying Ihem
Wm. Uher, Mr. W. J. Castell,
Mr. Robert Garic, Hen'ev Gre
and Mr. R. Bloza.
Tell your grocer, "Here's a dime:
Let me have a feast sublime."
You'll get "Stone's Cake" ov ry
10c at Dyer-Lehmann Co.
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DISTRIBUTORS
JACK'S STORE
The* Store that Serves You Best Telephone 268
Morgan City, Louisiana
Mr. T. W. Hutchcroft left this af
ternoon for his home jn Cleveland,
Ohio after spending a month in
Morgan City hunting and visiting
with old time friends. Mr. Hutch
croft said that he would like to slay
longer but that he wanted to get
back and try his new 12 cylinder
Packard.
SEE I. W. PADDOCK FOR IN
SURANCE.
Mr. F. J. Price made a business
trip to Amelia Saturday afternoon.
Pure FRUIT SYRUPS in Assort
ed Flavors Ring 278 or 288.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Moberly and
Mr. Drury of Ramos visited Morgan
City and Patterson yesterday.
Exclusive Agents for WOUND
INE the national antiseptic—Peo
ples Drug Co.
Dr. C. C. deGravelles was a Pat
terson visitor yesterday.
DON'T RUSH. WAIT. NEW
GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. MRS.
GREENWALD HAS RETURNED
FROM THE EAST.
The Poncio Tailoring Company
has improved the scenery on Ever
ett Street by painting the front of
their place of business, blotting out
the unsightly motor accessories sign
which had been on the building for
9bme time.
Spring time is Kodak time y get
ready, Ansco films all sizes to fit
any Kodak or Camera. Belanger
Drug Co.
After an absence of one Sunday,
Rev. Thomas I. Beck filled the pul
pit yesterday at the Methodist
Church at both morning and even
ing services.
Fancy stationery priced from 15c
to $1.75 per box. Belanger Drug Co.
Mr. Lee Randle departed for El
Paso, Texas, where he base accepted
a position.
FOR SALE—Gasoline Boat full
cabin, length 44 ft. Beam 9ft. en
gine 21 H. P. 3 cylinder, 4 cycle
Clifton, new—will sell cheap—
Blouin & Baudoin Co., Ltd., Lafour
che Crossing, P. O. La. lmo.
Miss Elza Mentz
Concert Artist
TEACHER OF VOICE
AND INSTRUMENTAL
Pupil of Park Studio, Nqw York,
and Horace Clark, Chicago.
Phone 320.
A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs
Chas. Smith on Saturday night.
DON'T RUSH. WAIT. NEW
GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. MRS.
GREENWALD HAS RETURNED
FROM THE EAST.
FIREMEN TO MEET
A call has been issued for a meet
ing of* the Morgan City Fire depart
ment Tuesday evening at the City
Hall at the usual hour. Every mem
ber of the department is urged to be
present.
HERBINE cures constipation and
reestablishes regular bowel move
ments. Price 50c. Sold by Belanger
Drug Co.
TO STATE ASSEMBLY
Eatonic for bad stomachs, see our
window, 50c per box. Belanger
Drug Co.
PALMS ARE PLANTED BY
THE CIVIC LEAGUE
Mrs. E. J. Cherault- chairman of
the conservation committee and the
president, Mrs. A. F. Storm on Sat
urday afternoon superintended the
planting of five beautiful palms on
the City Hall ground. Great care
was taken in the planting and they
are planted in a row running east
and west at an equal distance apart.
Apply a cotton cloth wet with
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT to
all wounds, cuts, burns, sores or
blisters, and note its wonderful
healing power. It is prompt and
very effective. Price 25c, 50c and
$1.00 per bottle. Sold by Belanger
Drug Co.
The new shoe store next to the
postoffice which opened its doors to
the public on Saturday enjoyed a
splendid business, many people be
ing attracted by the advertising and
reasonable prices. A good business
was done throughout the day.
PATRICIA IN GOOD SHAPE
Dr. Mackenzie, rector of Trinity
Church spoke yesterday morning on
the subject, "Shall We Sacrifice
With a Grudge In Our Hearts?'
There will be Lenten services at
Trinity on Wednesday and Friday
of this week.
PETTIJOHN'S BREAKFAST
FOOD with Whole Wheat Bran» at
Dyer-Lehmann's.
Mr. George W. Lesh of this city,
Mrs. J. D. Ehrlich and Mrs. Sam
Watkins of Berwick departed today
for the State capital where they will
attend the State assembly of the
Rebecchas in the interest of the lo
cal lodge. They expect to return
abut Friday evening.
The people of the United States
are apparently using more sugar
than ever before, for the increase in
consumption has been greater theft
the increase in population According
to figures in Bulletin 473, recently
prepared by the Bureau of Crop Es
timates of the U. S. Department
of Agriculture, the total consump
ition of sugar in this counry for the
I decade ending with the fiscal year
i 1912-13 was 42.9 per cent greater
than the consumption for the pre
ceding decade, while the population
for the same period only shows an in
! crease of 21 per cent.
Prepare for ANTS. Ant Poison
and Ant Powder at Dyer-Lehmann's.
> NEW ENTERPRISE HAS
GOOD OPENING DAY
AVOCA AND CHENE BRIDGES
ARE PROPERTY OF PARISH
The Avoca and Chene bridges be
came the property of the parish af
ter the formal aceptance of these
structures at the meeting of the
Police Jury last week. Eevey tax
payer is now a part owner of these
two fine bridges.
The steamer Patricia, owned by
the Dyer-Lehmann Co. Ltd., of this
city presents a fine appearance af
ter undergoing a complete over
hauling at the Terrebonne shipyard
north of the city. From bow to
stern she looks like a regular boat.
As soon as conditions will permit, it
is expected that she will be used on
the big towing contract recently a:
cepted by the Dyer-Lehmann Co. to
tow a large quantity of timber
froiö around Natchez, Miss to New
Iberia.
USING GAS WELL TO
GOOD ADVANTAGE
Y
It is said that the gas well found
on Avoca Is and about ten days ago
is being use i to good advantage in
the drilling if another well for
water. Well Number 1 is furnishing
power for th sinking of well N*m
EVANGELINE
THEATRE
Sunday, Mar. 18
The Popul.u
"QUEEN OP SONG"
FLORENCE
WEBER
(Late Star of Naughty Marietta)
—AND—
50-People-50
—IN THE
MUSICAL COMEDY SENSATION
FLORA
BELLA
Direct from 6 Months at
the Casino Theatre,
New York
Augmented Orchestra. Big Beauty
Chorus
Prices: 50c to $2.00
Sale Open March 15th
PETER COLLINS WILL BE
HERE ON MARCH 15TH.
The lecture to be delivered at the
City Hall on March 15 at 8 o'clock
will be a treat to all who attend, no
matter what their religious affilia
tions. Mr. Collins comes under the
auspices erf the Knights of Columbus
lodge, but his address will be non
sectarian. He has hundreds of en
dorsements from ministers of every
denomination in cities where he has
lectured.
Mr. Collins will be introduced by
Mayor Maurice Shannon and will
speak on the subject, "What's
Wrong With The World."
Please
Rush!
Orders like that for
Hauling are the kind
we like to get. Our
Truck will be there
at once.
TELEPHONE
287 & 288
Dyer-Lehmann Co.
Drayage Department
WANTED
For married couple, ofte room
with or without board in private
family. Phone 278.
Just a Moment
I want you to come to the Evangeline tomorrow night. If you will
do so, you will be a patron for seven weeks on Wednesday nights.
I am showing you v the best pictures that money can buy every night,
but it has been my good fortune to book the best senes of pic
tures ever produced, "THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS'* made under
the direction of McClures Magazine.
I am interested in having you see the FIRST picture, you will
want to see others without an invitation. The price is not going to
be raised, although these pictures are new and very costly.
The first of the series is going to be "ENVY" featuring pretty
Ann Murdock. George LeGuerre and Shirley Malon will be seen in
the entire series. *
I am boosting these pictures because I know that they are GOOD
and I want you to know it. Come to the first one on a guaranteed
basis, satisfaction or money back, and remember that each of the
seven pictures are complete in five reels with the exception o
the last picture which is seven reels. )
Every one of these pictures deals with LIFE. They were made by
McClures with the assistance of the best acting and directing that
money could procure.
TAKE MY WORD FOR IT, THIS IS THE BIGGEST
VALUE FOR TEN CENTS THAT IT HAS BEEN MY GOOD FOR
TUNE TO PRESENT.
THE IRON CLAW WILL ALSO BE SHOWN.
Signed, Sol Loeb, Manager
» ' Evangeline Theatre—The House of Class.
LOOPING-THE-LOOP IN
SEA
PLANE
Pensacola, Fla., March 10—By
looping-the-loop in a sea plane,
Captain Francis T. Evans of the
United States Marine Corps aston
ished officers of the aeronautical
station here, who had considered the
feat impossible. Captain Evans is
the first American aviator to at
tempt it.
j Although looping-the-loop in an
i ordinary aeroplane has outworn its
I novelty as a popular stunt, the
j heavy pontoons attached to the air
and water flier hitherto have been a
bar to similar attempts with this
type of machine.
Captain Evans found it necessary
to drive through the air at great
speed before he could gain the in
verse position. He then looped-the
loop twice before his descent. The
machine was a Curtiss tractor.
DON'T RUSH. WAIT. NEW
GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. MRS.
GREENWALD HAS RETURNED
FROM THE EAST.
Will Purvis, of Purvis, Miss, who
was hanged 25 years ago for mur
der but who escaped death by the
breaking of the noose was well
known to Mr. George Manotte of
the Review force. Mr. Purvis has
been exonorated by the confession
of Will Beard on his death bed.
Drug stores, news stands and
pool rooms were about the only es
tablishments doing business in Mor
gan City yesterday.
Fine PEARL BARLEY now at
Dyer-Lehmann's.
AN EVENING WITH INDIA
METHODIST CHURCH
March 21, 1917.
Lecture on the Customs and re
ligion of India by Mr. H. A. Monroe
who lived many years of his life in
that country.
Indian Songs set to Indian music,
and Indian costumes presented by
eight young people of both sexes
and different ages.
An intellectual and helpful hour
is promised to all who come.
RECRUITING STATION CLOSES
The army recruiting station at
the City Hall closed today and Ser
geant Madden returned to head
quarters in New Orleans. Business
was pretty dull for the army in Mor
gan City. Four applications were re
ceived three of whifch were rejected
and the fourth changed his mind
and would not enlist.
Sergeant Madden who had charge
of the local office was a pleasant
courteous gentleman.
FOR RENT—Six room house;
all conveniences. Thoroughly screen
ed. Apply R. L. Mount. 3t
Mr. John Poncio was a Franklin
visitor Sunday.
Take HERBINE for indigestion.
It relieves the pain in a few minutes
and forces the fermented matter
which causes the misery into the
bowels where it is expelled. Price
50c. Sold by Belanger Drug Co.
A special census of the city of
Shreveport, La., made at local re
quest and expense shows the popula
tion of the city on February 15th,
1917, to have been 36,593. The in
crease since 1910, when the popula
tion was 28,015, of which 14,101
were whites, 13,896 negroes, and 18
all others, has been 30.6 per cent
The present population comprises
21,197 whites, 15,372 negroes, and
24 all others. The census was tal en
by local enumerators under the sup
ervision of an official of the Bureau
of the Census, Mr. S. M. Grogan.
WHEN YOU
Have Prescriptions to Fill
Give it to the Druggist
who does not substitute
That's Terrebonne
at Terrebonne's Pharmacy
He will fill them the same
as if it was for one of his
own family wife r < 1 • ,
father, sister or brother.
He plays no favorite, a
life is a life
Terrebonne s Pharmacy
Dalton Bldg Phone 120
Prescriptions Called for and
Delivered
STATE OF LOUISIANA 23RD
JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT
PARISH OF ST. MARY.
BANK OF MORGAN CITY
WILLARD DITCH y
No. 14,267.
BE IT KNOWN, That by vir
tue of a writ of seizure and sale
issued out of the Honorable 23rd
Judicial District Court, in and for
the Parish of St. Mary, and to me
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's
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 the
south side of Ditch Avenue, by a
depth along its east line of Ninety
(90) feet; on the West line of
Sixty-eight (68) feet; and on the
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. Morse
at Sheriff's sale Dec. 18, 1915, in
the case of T. L. Morse vs. Willard
Ditch.
Charles Pecot,
Sheriff St. Mary Parish,
Louisiana.
Dated:
Franklin, La.,
February 12th, 1917.
CATHOLIC CHURCH
High Mass every first Sunday at
9:30 a. m.
Low Mass every other Sunday at
7 a. m.
Sunday School every Sunday at
8:30 p. m.
Berwick
Low Mass every first Sunday at
7:30 a. m.
High Mass on third Sunday at
9:30 a. m.
Sunday School every Sunday at
Ditch's Butcher Boy Says
lEMPTlNGlMEATCAT PRICES PA«)
QUALITY fo*>oiks whocarm}
cj
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, .PROMPT DELIVERY f
Phones: Market 147. Res. 153

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