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THEATRE
MORGAN CITY
MATINEE
TUESDAY
IS MONDAY APRIL
TUESDAY 2 and 3
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DDIfrC NIGHTS 75c, $1.00, $1.50
lIUlEJ Matinee 50c 75c, $1.00
Seats on sale at
THE FAD CIGAR STORE
No Seats laid aside
Unless Paid For
NIGHTS 8:15
Matinee 2:15
W. D. GRIFFITH'S WORLDS MIGHTIEST SPECTACLE
<3
In
The Most Stupendous Dra/
matic Spectacle the Brain
of Man has yet Visioned or
Revealed,
A Red Blooded Tale of True
American Spirit
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Mr, Griffith's new spec/
tacle "Intolerance," the first
and only production he has
made since "The Birth of a
Nation," has been proclaimed
the artistic triumph of the
world. "Intolerance' 9 will be
seen here later in the season.
NOTE—Mail orders from out of town
patrons will have immediate attention
when accompanied hy money orders pay
able to Sol Loeb, manager of the Evange
line Theatre.
5000
SCENES
18000
PEOPLE
T
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sa
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3000
HORSES
COST
$ 500,009
Ford's Theater, Washington,
reproduced to the smallest de'
tailpor the Lincoln tragedy.
See the decisive battles of
the Civil War, Sherman's
March to the Sea,
Cities built up and then
destroyed by fire.
What the Conflict of '61
meant,to Wives and daugh/
ters of the Universe.
Grant and Lee at Appo/
mattox the Tragedy, and
Death of Abraham Lincoln,
The biggest battle of the
Civil war re-enacted.
Wild rides of the Ku Klux
Clansmen.
»Symphony Orchestra of Twenty
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PERSONAL
Mrs. P. H. Kurzweg had à few of
;,h«r friends over Thursday evening
■set her house guests, Mrs. V.
and Mrs. Charles Kurzweg,
who injoyed the evening were
Gay Palmer, Mrs. M. P Palmer,
T. W. Schmidt and Mrs. J. I.
ib.
IT PAYS YOU TO BUY AT THE
:iALTY STORE.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Walters, who
the Ditch-Bemauer wed
i returned on No. 6 yesterday for
r home in Algiers. v
» Estonie for bad stomachs, see our
50c per box. Belanger
"Co.
Js Bessie Talton of Patterson
» be the week end guest of Miss
Wilson.
f Garden "AnoIs, Rakes, Hoes, Scy
etc., DYER-LEHMANN CO.
Lorma Collins left this
for a short visit to New
-Good for stings, wounds, bruises,
»Woundine —Peoples Drug Co.
[ Mr. W. Dutton returned yester
' on No. 10 after a business trip
! New Iberia.
PAYS YOU TO BUY AT THE
LTY STORE.
Mable and Emma George
to their home after a*
risit to our City.
jrour porch swings hung;!
* CHAINS at DYER-LEH
'-Leon Latour of Chicago ar
our City on business. He
manager of a moss fac
' Egg Hunt will be given
Junior Auxiliary, .Saturday,
\ nt 4 p. m. at Die home of
F. Storms. Admission 10c.
2wks.
Cloud Èrouaaard of Lafay
terday on No. 1 after a
E. E. Ditch.
pri sed from 16c
Ws. Belanger Drag Co.
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Mr. L. J. Bass left this morning
for a business trip to New Orleans.
IT PAYS YOU TO BUY AT THE
SPECIALTY STORE.
Mr. W. Hesterly has accepted a
position with the I. & G. N. railroad.
Mr. and Mrs. Hesterly had made
their home in Morgan City and have
made many friends here who are
sorry to see them leave. Mr. Hester
ly and son Pat, leave on No. 7 this
afternon for Texas.
Toilet waters, perfumes and face
powders. Belanger Drug Co.
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
ceptionally
short time and
at astonishingly
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
away.
Why not keep one)
suit here, so that youj
can drop In any time and
always have a suit that's
nicely cleaned and
and va«4r W
Poncio Tailoring Co
* la Raar of Albert's Store
of Albert's Stow
4$ for Quick Sorti ra
The Earley Hikers were the first)
ones to finish the fifty miles re
quired. They finished Friday morn
ing. Miss K. L. Prush, supervisor,
Adrielta McColley, captain. Other
members are Agnes Price, Gertrude
Boudreaux, Sarah and Katherine
Maitland, Ida Farenholt, Helen and,
Esther Lynch.
HOUSEHOLD PAINTS, ENA
MELS and SMALL BRUSHES.
Ring DYER-LEHMANN CO.
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The stock, the workmanship and
the service goes with the commer-j
cial printing department of the
Morgan City Review.
Spring time is Kodak time get
ready, Ansco films all sizes to fit
any Kodak or Camera. Belanger
Drug Co.
Mr. J. A. Chargois of T efayette
v is a visitor to his son, Mr. Richard
Chargois, who has chargo of the
Chagg Pharmacy.
IT PAYS YOU TO BUY AT THE
SPECIALTY STORE.
Mr. John Dalton Sr. motored
from Abbeville to our city yesterday
afternoon, for a visit to bis daughter
Mrs. Will Cotten.
SCREEN WIRE, all widths at
DYER-LEHMANN'S.
Miss Marvel Walters returned to
her home in Algiers, after a couple
of days visit to Mrs. E. E. Ditch.
When you think of anything in a
drug store, think of Belanger Drug
Co.
Mr. Luke Dimaggo has just re-|
ceived three large Landis machines
for his shoe repairing shop.
IT PAYS YOU TO BÜY AT THE
SPECIALTY STORE.
Mrs. L. C. Kyes left on No. 8 for
a short visit to New Orleans.
FOR PICNICS: 25 Wrapped Pa
per Plates 15c at DYER-LEHMANN
CO.
HOUSE FOR RENT—4 rooms city
water—Apply to Mrs. L. Gant, City
Hotel.
Taka HERBINE for indigestion.
It relieves the pain in a few minutes
and forces the fsnnented matter
which canaes the mfcsry into the
bowels whiff* ft h expelled. Fries
60c. Sold by Behmgsr Drag Co.
CIVIC LEAGUE BENEFIT
LAST NIGHT
The Civic League benefit at the
Opera House last night was well at
tended and the entire program was
highly enjoyed. The feature pro
gram of the evening, "A Pageant of
Average Town" was staged hy about
sixty children of Morgan City and
their singing and dancing anu read
ing was appreciated. The little folks
showed the result of skillful coach
ing and their play contained a les-'
son in civic thought which was in
keeping with thé spirit of the or
ganization under whose auspices
they were performing.
Manager Loeb contributed to the
pleasure of the evening by showing
a splendid five-reel feature • and
again giving his audience the pleas
ure viewing local people in his own
motion picture production "Stolen
Pie."
A good treatment for a cold set
tled in the lungs is • HERRICK'S
RED PEPPER PORUS PLASTER
applied to the chest to draw out in
flamation, and BALLARD'S HORE
HOUND SYRUP to relax tightness.
You get the two remedies for the
price of one by buying the dollar
size Horehound Syrup; there is a
porous plaster free with each bot
tle. Sold by Belanger Drug Co.
The Canton Restaurant, formerly
the Commercial Cafe, on Railroad
Avenue has been closed all this week
to permit' of a general renovating
and re-arranging by the new pro
prietor, Charley Fung. The new
management will open the Canton
to the public Monday, April 2nd.
Our Ant Paint will stop Ants—
Paint on table legs, etc.—Peoples
Drug Co. Phone 6.
ARCADE THEATRE WILL CLOSE
DURING HOLY WEEK
The management of the Arcade
theatre has decide«* to close the
popular Railroad » avenue playhouse
on Holy Week up to and including
Friday night and reopening on Sat
urday night, the night before
Eaatcr.
SIS L W. PADDOCK FOB in
FAMILY AVOIDS
SERIOUS SICKNESS
B j Being Constantly Supplied With
Tkedford's Black-Draught.
McDuff, Va.— "I suffered for several
S ears," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, of
iis place, "with sick headache, and
stomach trouble.
Thedford
and_____
Cine for young ind rid.
1 keep Black-Draught on hand all the
time now, and when my children feel a
little bad, they ask me for a dose, and it
does them more good than any medicine
they ever tried.
We never have a long spell of sick
ness in our family, since we commenced
using Black-Draught."
Thedford's Black-Draught is purely
vegetable, and has been found to regu
late weak stomachs, aid digestion, re
lieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
headache, sick stomach, and similar
symptoms.
It has been in constant use for more
than 70 years, and has benefited more
than a million people.
Your druggist sells and recommends
Black-Draught. Price only 25c Get a
Package to-day. N. C123
Misses Pauline Mizzie, Inez and
Bernice Williams left this morning
for a visit to New Orleans to see Otis
Skinner at the Tulane.
If you are old and unable to work;
work; if you are sick or hungry we
will help you through this uneven
journey of life—and yet we buy
anything that people have to sell.
Peoples Supply Co., Dalton Bldg.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Melanson of
Donaldsonville are guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Dutton for a few days.
Mr. MelanMson is assistant cashier
of the Ascension Bank of Donald
sonville.
A pain in the side or back that
catches you when yon straighten up
call« for a rubbing application of
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It
relaxes the contracted muscles and
permits ordinary bodilymotion
without suffering or inconvenience.
Price 25c, 50c end $100 per bottle.
Sold by Bekagor Drag Co.
Mr. C. C. Dyer is a business visi
tor to Plaquemine today.
UNCLAIMED LETTERS
List of unclaimed letters adver
isted at Morgan City postoffice
B.
Bernicho, Leonard
Ballet, Joseph
C.
Cunningham, R. C.
Carpenter, Josephine •
D.
Dorsey, Alckin
Druilhet, Lillian Vinning
G.
Guillate, Will
Gnaway, Stella •>
H.
Howard, Alice
Howard, Leila
Haase, Lillie
J.
Jones, Janes, (Special Delivery)
Knofle, Paul
Lyttle, Willie »
Lewis, Lises
Lee, M. C.
Lung Joe Company
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Moore, Sustie
Moore, Rose W.
Morgain, Rebeccia
McNeil, Elvia
Noble, Bulah
Ossenbeck, J. W.
Polaskg, Melley
Porter, Emma
Rogers, Rose A.
Runbe, Joe
Rowes, Alice
Stples, Reneza
Smith, Gracy
Smith, Violet
Scott, Violet
T.
Taylor, E. C. Capt
V. '.I
Verrett, Alice
Veret, Alice
W.
Wolf, Beatrice
White, Cile
In calling for the above letter*
■» "'""TS. H.tert,
L.
M.
N.
O.
P.
R.

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