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PERSONAL
L, father Vigiloni of Patterson ;
Jîiw» Ci» '■ i * itor yester -
IP
PEARL BARLEY now at
^.Lehmann' 3 -
« c Bienvenu cf Baton f
s } n Morgan City Thurs
pm was in
for stings, wounds, bruises,]
"grirundine—Peoples Drug Co.;
j^lttiive agents.
tf. and Mrs. *red DeMarrs of|
jjfttteans were visiting here on.
IT PAYS
YOU TO BUY AT THE
iT y STORE.
mtu j« "Gloria's Romance" day at
tltoc ade. Billie Burke and Henry
R ■__— « lAaHine Darts in this
^George Kleine serials.
]igve leading parts
f** r
f ( Q your grocer,
'Here v s a dime:
have a feast sublime."
îôuU get "Stone's Cake" =\ ry
fF 1, 10c at Dyer-Lehmann Co.
I - H. B. Evans of Baton Rouge
Mtuuoiig the out of town people
jJ'ioxy.n City yesterday.
COLORITE—Colors old and new
'hat*—25c bottle all shades—
Grocery. Phone 2.
Sophie Duncan of New Or
pgg visited here yesterday.
Onr Ant Paint will stop
on table legs,
Co. Phone 6.

1
J. M. Wills and children of j
■ We »re visiting in Morgan
Ants—
etc.—Peoples j
today.
gr. Sam Blum has returned from
alMBess trip to Alexandria.
IT PAYS YOU TO BUY AT THE
LTY STORE.
!|jr. f. B. A. Wendt, an insurance
of New Orleans is in Mor
City today.
L W. PADDOCK FOR IN
N I
Gathright announced this
that improvenmets would
jnde at the Arcade theatre to
more ventilation.
filet waters, perfumes and face
Belanger Drug Co.
il more straw hats are in
today, and several stores
window displays of straws.
JOHN'S BREAKFAST
with Whole Wheat Bran at
i's.
the patrons of the Arcade
entered that place of ain
't yesterady they were
by the strains of the Uke
•nd Hawiian music made by
un artists and reproduced
new machine which was in
by the management yester
PAYS YOU TO BUY AT THE !
TY STORE i
j
George W. Lesh returned !
Baton Rouge v/hcre she spent
days attending the_ jtebek -1
mbly. <
Ground HORSE RADISH J
DYÉR-LEHMANN'S.
Lewis J. Bass has returned
a business visit to New Or
AÎCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENT
THE HOFFMAN STEAM
!NG MACHINE FOR BET
SERVICE. PHONE 43. PON
. CLEANING AND PRESSING.
HAM
Fresh Boiled
GOOD PROVIDERS FAMILY
GooX>
PROVI DERfc=
©s/n~
CRACKERS
Salted
Coming ! !
The Iced Tea Season
We are prepared
to supply your
wants with the
most delicious
Teas the world
produces:
, is the mam of*
Jtfhom 1 boAst! M
nis fame has spread
jrotcL coast .to coast !
Tokay and Uptons Teas, 5 and 18c Packages
JACK'S STORE
' The Store that Serves You Best Telephone 268
Morgan City, Louisiana
■ifi. . . .
;
f
aSTLfSB WESm
A Few Specials
Delmtwl« Spinal, 2 \ !bcan___... 15 c izck
High Grade Tomatoes. 2 I I'd can____ Ï 2 * c esth
Tomato Catsup_________________5c bottle
Libby's Dill Pickels, 2f D> can......20c "
Uwanta Okn, 2 3» can___________10c can
Upton's Jelip Tablets..............10c pk*
Crystal Gelatine, Old Price..........10c "
Heinz Inin Relish, 18 nz...........25c jar
Blown TuaUers.................5c e«k
Far a Limited Time Only
DRINK BASS' SPECIAL
COFFEE
Pioneer Grocery
PHONE 2
The Elks postponed their initia
tion services last night on account
of the Peter Collins lecture. The
candidates will be initiated on Sun
day.
FOR SALE—Gasoline Boat full
cabin, length 44 ft. Beam 9ft.' en
g j ne 21 H. P. 3 cylinder, 4 cycle
Clifton, new—will sell cheap—
Blouin & Baudoin Co., Ltd., Lafour
che Crossing, P. 0. La. lmo.
The ferry was operated last
night in order that the Berwick peo
ple might attend the Peter Collins
lecture and a large crowd from the
west side of was in'evidence at the
City Hall.
OUR HOFFMAN MACHINE
WILL ARRIVE SOON. YOUR
WORK SOLICITED. PHONE 43.
PONCIO CLEANING AND PRESS
ING CO.
TRINITY CHURCH
Morgan City, March 18th. Fourth
Sunday in Lent: Service at 7:30 p.
m. "How far do the Doctrines of the
Episcopal Church differ from those
of other churches; and what is the
Message of the Episcopal Church,"
will be Dr. Mcckenzie's subject.
Sunday School and Bible Class at
10 a. m.
Prepare for ANTS. Ant Poison
and Ant Powder at Dyer-Lehmann's.
BUYS ANOTHER BOAT
Dyer-Lehmann Co. Ltd. Adds
other Steamer To Fleet
An
The steamer Mamie D. arrived in
'^ or & an City yesterday and will be
repaired at the Terrebonne shipÿard
by the new owners? Dyer-Lehmann
ç 0 Ltd. who recently purchased the
boat from the Bowie Lumber Co.
Mr. J. M. Dyer, president of the
company said this morning that he
expected to get the Patricia and the
Mamie D. started next week on the
large towing contract which calls
for the moving of several million
feet of timber from the vicinity of
Natchez, Miss, to New Iberia.
!
:
Velvet Ice Cream made by New
Orleans Ice Cream Co.—Delicious—
Peoples Drug Co. Phone 6.
BERWICK LADIES HONORED
Mrs. Sam Watkins Elected Presi
dent, While Mrs. J. D. Ehrlich
is Named Conductress.
Other Berwick News.
The ladies of Berwick secured the
lion's share of the honors in the
! election of officers at the State As
: semblv of the Rebekahs which was
in session the first part of the week
at Baton Rouge.
Mrs. Sam Watkins, wife of the
Mayor of Berwick was made Presi
dent, the highest office within the
assembly, and as a tribute to her
fitness and popularity, she was elec
ted to the office by acclimation
without opposition. Mrs. Watkins is
one of Berwick's most enthusiastic
lodge and civic workers and the
news of her election will be of inter
est to her many friends on both
sides of the Bay.
Mrs. J. D. Ehrlich, another 'of
Berwick's leading workers for the
good of the city on the west side of
the bay came in for a share of the
honors at the Assembly by being
made Conductress of the Assembly,
a position which she is well * fitted
to fill.
Other Berwick delegates to the
Assembly who returned with Mrs.
Watkins and Mrs. Ehrlich yester
day were Miss Tillie Robicheaux
and Mrs. Chas. Drury.
The next Assembly will be held
in Crowley, La.
Mrs. Sidney Coleman has return
ed from St. Mary Hospital at Pat
terson and her health is much im
proved.
There is not much doing in the
towing business and the' Alarm and
the J. N. Pharr a^e tied up in port
with nothing to do.
About thirty Berwick people at
tended the Knights of Columbus lec
ture in Morgan City Thursday
night.
Mrs. M. M. Fortin visited in Cen
treville the first part of the week.
Mrs. D. G. Lemkowitz and three
babies of Centreville are visiting in
Berwick, and are the house guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fortin.
Many beautiful flowers of almost
every variety are again bloming in
Berwick. The freeze of a month
ago depleted the flower gardens.
Dr. D. G. Lemkowitz of Centre
ville visited in Berwick a short time
yesterday and continued his journey
to Natchez, Miss.
Large shipments of fish and oys
ters as being made daily by the
Louisiana Oyster and Fish Co. to
various parts of the country.
The Morgan City Review is the
the home paper of Berwick as well
as Morgan City and is a good boos
ter for both towns.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Pharr have
returned from New Orleans where
they went to meet their son Jack
who has two weeks spring vacation
which he will spend at Fairview.
Miss Tessie Mangan has returned
from a pleasant visit to New Or
leans.
BOY WANTED
BRIGHT BOY WHO WISHES
TO LEARN A GOOD TRADE TO
SERVE AS AN APPRENTICE. AP
PLY TO REVIEW OFFICE.
BERWICK WGMAN IN RACE
FOR SUPREME DELEGATE
Mr«. M. A. Sutton To Represent
Berwick At New Iberia Meet
ing.
Mrs. Marie Sutton, the efficient
Secretary and Treasurer of the
Louisiana Oyster and Fish Co. of
Berwick will represent the Berwick
Circle at the Grand Gove Conven
tion which convenes in New Iberia
the last week in March.
In addition to being the delegate
of Grove Circle, Mrs. Sutton will be
an active candidate for the office of
Supreme Delegate to represent
Louisiana at the next Supreme Con
vention.
Mrs. Sutton is thoroughly conver
sant with all matters petaining to
the order, and has the advantage of
beipg a thorough business woman
and stands high both commercially
and socially in Berwick and Morgan
City.
She has the interests of the order
at heart and it yrill be a credit to
the Woodmen Circle of Louisiana
to have her as a repesentative at the
next Supreme Convention.
ROOMS FOR RENT—All modern
conveniences, telephone 120.
IT PAYS YOU TO BUY AT THE
SPECIALTY STORE.
A pain in the side or back that
catches you when you straighten up
calls for a nibbing application of
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It
relaxes the contracted muscles and
permits ordinary bodily motion
without suffering or inconvenience.
Price 25c, 50c and $100 per bottle.
Sold by Belanger Drug Co.
Report of Condition of the
First National Bank
At Morgan City, in the State of Louisiana at the close of business on
March 5, 1917.
! RESOURCES
1. Loans and Discounts ...............290,564.55
2. Overdrafts.........................
5. U. S. BONDS:
U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation
(par value) .................... 50,000.00
U. S. Bonds pledged to secure U. S. de
posits (par value) .............. 5,000.00
U. S. Bonds pledged to secure postal sav
ings deposits (par value) ......... 2,000.00
U. S. Bonds owned and unpledged...... 600.00
6. Securities othern than U. S. bonds (not
including stocks) owned unpledged .. 12,318.79
8. Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per
cent of subscription) .............
9. Value of banking house (if unencumbered)
10. Furniture and Fixtures...............
11. Rear Estate owned other than banking
house ..........................
12. Net amount due from approved reserve
agents in New York, Chicago and St.
Louis .......................... 15,348.31
Net amount due from approved reserve
agents in other reserve cities...... 84,107.19
13. Net amount due from banks and bankers
(other than included in 12 or 20)
16. Outside checks and other cash items ... 5,079.46
Fractional currency, nickel and cents .... 176.00
17. Notes of other National Banks........
18. Federal reserve notes................
20. Lawful reserve in vault and net amount
due from Federal Reserve Bank ....
21. Redemption Fund wiïh U. S. Treasurer ..
Total ........................... '
LIABILITIES
23. Capital stock paid in.................
24. Surplus Fund.......................
25. Undivided profits ................... 9,258.16
Less current expenses, interest and taxes
paid ........ „ ................... 2,874.54
28. Circulating notes outstanding.........
31. Net amount due to banks and bankers
-(other than included in 29 or 30) ...
32. Dividends unpaid...................
33. Individual deposits subject to check.....
34. Certificates of deposit due in less than
30 days....... ..................
57. United States Deposits...............
38. Postal savings deposits................
Total demand deposits, Items 33, 34, 35,
36, 37, 38, 39, and 40............ 446,166.25
43. Other time deposits.................
I
290,564.55
250.44
57.600.00
12,318.79
3,000.00
15.900.00
5,333.94
4,775.00
99,455.50
77,573.31
5,255.46
3.150.00
210.00
45,288.67
2.500.00
$623,175.66
50.000. 00
50.000. 00
6,383.62
50,000.00
20,065.05
84.00
278,767.79
163,258.85 /
3,139.61
1,000.00
476.74
$623,175.66
State of Louisiana,
Parish of St. Mary,
I, K. R. Hood, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
K. R. Hood, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 15th day of March 1917.
/ C. A. Blanchard, Notary Public.
Correct—Attest:
M. E. Nor mar. J. F. Prohaska, H. M. Cotten, Directors.
Evangeline Theatre, Sun, Mar,18
N. Y. American:
All that Musi
cal should be and
—MORE !
N. Y. Eve. Sun:
The hit of the
Season's Musical
Comedies.
Stat'd Uadtr Directi« «f Mai Scheck
The Queen of
Mirth and Melody
FLORENCE
WEBER
(Late Star oi Naughty Marietta)
IN THE TITLE ROLE—OF
N. Y. World:
Combines the
Charm of the
Merry Widow
with the Spirit
of a Cabaret
Show.
THE SEASON'S RECOGNIZED MUSICAL COMEDY SENSATION
Direct from a 6 Months' Run at the Casino Theatre, N.Y.
Augmented 5 O-PE 0 PLE- 5 O
Orchestra
Dancing Chorus
A WEALTH
Or MELODY
I 20
MUSICAL
NUMBERS
-201
CAST OF
FAVORITES
PRICES 50c, 75, $1.00, $1.50. Fsw $2.00.
Sals sow open.
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We Give Away F!v Swatters
We Sei! Our
Ant Destroyer
Under a Positive Guarantee
No trouble with Ants after
using o; Vo ey Back.
For Safety First pertaining
to Health and Happiness
Take Our
LIVER TONIC
Makes you feel like living
Shepard's Hmsc-FIj and Insect Killer
Large Battle 50c
TERREBONNE'S
The Druggist that's in busi
ness for your health—not bis
Fire broke out in one of ibe
stables of the Brownell-Drews Lum
ber Co. this morning and did consi
derable damage to the building and
a lot of hay stored in the stable, be
fore being extinguished by thi de
partment.
/
UNCLAIMED LETTERS
List of unclaimed letters adver
isted at Morgan City postoffice
Week ending, March 10th, 1917.
A.
Anderson. Lugar
Antwin, Frank
B.
Barna, Bertha
Bulia, Celia
Brown, Mamie
Boudreaux, W. E.
Baker, Joseph
C.
Cross, Allen
Clark,Seritha
E.
Everett, Edman
Escat, M. C.
Engeran, G. J.
G.
Gray, Alice
Gagnoux, Hilda
Garden, Talhert
H.
Hill, Melvina
Hickman, John
Herbert, Harbert
Hill, G. E.
Haare, Lillie
K.
Kirklen, Sophia
L.
Londan, Butler
Lancy, Francis
Moupas, Emile
Morrison, Francis t
Mara, Jos (2)
McGrula, Mack (Special Delivery)
O.
O. E. S.
P.
Putts, Ernest
R. *
Reisbold, W.
Rentrope, Abron
Rishuon, Alma
Richard, Augustine
S.
Snaverly, E. L.
Shaw, Wm.
W.
Wooster, Maggie
Williams, Lincalm
Williams, R. J.
Woer, Stella
Webb, Chilie
Watkins, S. J.
Watson, Hattie
Wallace, David
Wardle, Margrette
Y.
Young, William
In calling for the above letters
please say advertised.
J. P. Hebert,
Postmaster.
$100 Reward, $100
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to Jearn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in jail its stages, and
that is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly
influenced by constitutional conditions
requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cur- 's taken internally
and acts thru the !tlood on the Mucous
the
'oil ml: uir
m thereby de
th * disease.
...t'n hv building
a! assisting na
Tiie proprie
: >n the curative
;-h Cate that
I for any
Sen 1 for list
• tfolcâo
Bilch's i'iiîcte Bay ?oys
TcMPTI NfftfEATSAT PRICES FAIR
<jualitV>orTfolks WHO CAR*
etc
-PROMPT DELIVERY,
Phones: Market 147. Res. 153

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