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- Richard Chargois left on No. a visit to his relatives * layette ^ meeting of the Druids Cir 1 ^LjTwos to be held next Sun ** 7^1 « has been postponed. » AP ™ ' Mrs. Wm. Kreisle, Arch-Druidess. « P Walters and family of Gib visitors here Thursday. pp* yellow Corn Meal in pkgs. Jolley Bros. »line Barreaux and ** «tarred Heart Academy of Mor * ^7eft on No. 2 Friday for a te Donner. -PAYS YOU TO BUY AT THE jpEClALTY STORE. y. Emmet Lassus of Patterson business visitor to Morgan 3ty Friday. nmden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Scy £ÎZ, dyer-lehmann CO. Hr Raoul Delas leaves Sunday ^ a short visit to Thibodaux. Toilet waters, perfumes and face : „nlers. Belanger Drug Co. t St Clair Roussel, motored to j ' n city yesterday with the; btterson truck loaded down with, „m of Coco Cola. Relieves after shaving. Unusually ' „tbtog. WOUNDINE. People Drug j t. Phone 6. Ur G. J- Mequet of Jeanerette, ie original owner of the Commer j] Restaurant of our City, will lie charge of the restaurant at hem ton, which will open Easter mday. IT PAYS YOU TO BUY AT THE pecialty STORE. Kim Louise Shelboume, who is at Baldwin arrived Friday muing to spend a few days in «gan City. fte Celebrated Todo Coffee in 1 lb. pkgs. at Jolley Bros. Him Basel Smyly arrived yester Ay on No. 6 to spend a couple of Ay* th relatives here. Estonie for bad stomachs, see our Mow, 50c per box. Belanger 9m Co. Kim Zoe Bourgeois was a visitor R Morgan City Friday. SCREEN WIRE, all widths at BTBULEHMANN'S. Mr. Meyers, representing the Ad Co. of New Orleans was a visitor here Friday. POULTRY NETTING, widths 24, I and 48 inches at DYER-LEH lANN'S. Mrs. George O'Brien was opera id on at the Touro Infirmary in iA Orleans Friday morning. The »•ration w s successful and she is dag nicely. Ntffer let a day pass without read the advertisements in the Daily w. There is always something Marvel and Lois Walters •f Algiers ara Visiting Mrs. E. Ditch. Fresh Quaker Barley in-pkgs. at Why Brpa. Two offload of soldiers passed hough on No. 10 Friday after B*. .■;» IT PAYS YOU TO BUY AT THE ÜKCIALTY STORE. Will Cotten is a business visi New Orleans. HOUSEHOLD PAINTS, ENA BLS and SMALL BRUSHES. Nr dYer lehmann co. Ibi. John Cotten leaves Sunday W * weeks visit to New Orleans ! she will join her husband who n to Jackson, Miss. FOR RENT—4 rooms city »Apply to Mrs. L. Gant, City • Horace Brownell of New Or has the guest of Mr. C. R. »eil Friday. &er Dry Hominy in pkgs. at Bros. sa Stanard has been very «the past week, but is some today. stationery priced from 15c I per box. Belanger Drug Co. - S. J. Simmoneaux of Des is thè guest of her mother Won. S YOU TO BUY AT THE ^TY STORE. Dutton arrived this r a short business trip Iberia! txrm and calf. Owner can by proving property, and Apply to O. Ditch. lwk. Mr. Jim Drury was a Bay Side visitor yesterday. FOR PICNICS: 25 Wrapped Pa per Plates 15c at DYER-LEHMANN CO. Miss Elsie Geneaux and Miss Cecile Traigle of Franklin are the guests of Mrs. P. H. Kurweg. Spring time is Kodak time get ready, Ansco films all sizes to fit any Kodak or Camera. Belanger Drug Co. Mr. Ed Borne Jr. of New Orleans was a business visitor to Palmer Howard Insurance Co. Friday. Get your porch swings hung; SWING CHAINS at DYER-LEH MANN'S. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR PRO GRAM Sunday, April 8th, 6:45 p. m. Opening Song—"All Hail, Im manuel!" x Evening Lesson—"The Signifi cance of Easter." Violin Solo—"Chanson de la Foi." Roll Call—Responses. Solo--' Song of the Soul." Miss Henrietta Greenwall. Topic—"Christ enthroned." Mrs. R. A. Squires. Recitation—Miss Rosabon How ard. Song—"Crown Him." Topic—"Angels in the tomb." Miss Carrie Wright. Recitation—Ralph A. Squires, Jr. Easter Thoughts. Christian Endeavor news from the field. Sentence Prayers and Bene diction. Buck Wheat and Pancake flour still fresh at Jolley Bros. Easter Dance at the City Hall Monday night by the Woodmen Cir cle. Refreshments. Good Music, Gentlemen 50c. Ladies free. EVANGELINE SUNDAY "Redeeming Love" is a powerful drama relating the story of a coun try girl whose beauty fascinates a gambler who comes to her town to rest. She falls in lovt with him and finally goes to the city where she plunges into life of a gambler. Before she had left her home, she had ben impressed by the per sonalty of John Bancroft, a young minister. He finally comes to the city and wages a great campaign against gambling, in which he finds himself pitted against Naomi, who has won his love despite the fact that her mode of life is so appalling to him. In the role of Naomi, wonderous Katherine Williams represents the most varied and brilliant characteri zation of her career. Thomas Hold ing formerly with Famous Players, Pauline Frederick productions, is in the supporting cast. NOTICE Bids will be received by the Mayor or City Engineer for the painting of the City Market, until Wednesday, April 11th, 6 p. m. Specifications' at office of City Engineer._ lwk. Easter Dance at the City Hall Monday night by the Woodmen Cir cle. Refreshments. Good Music. Gentlemen 50c. Ladies free. u Newest Patterns We are now showing a new lot of suit ma» terials that will delight the most critical Judges. We have the latest in stripes, checks, plaids and plain weaves, and in any colors that you may wish. We have a wonderful assortment of serges, worsteds, casslmeres and cheviots, and our experience in cutting and fitting guarantees you clothes that you will be proud to wear. And don't think we are high priced. We can fit your purse as well as your body. Give us a trial. Poncio Tailoring Co In Rear of Albert's Store Ring No. 43 for Quick Service The Day of Lilies mm LILY grows myatrrlons ly. pushing up Its solM » ' " weight of stem and lent lu the teeth of gravity. Shaped Into beauty by secret and In visible liters, the flower devel ops we know not how. But wo do not wonder at It. Every day the thlas fa dome I It la Natare, It la God. We are spiritual «attach at least to aaderataad that. When the aonl rises alowly above the world pnohlas up Its delicate vir tues la the teeth of aim, sbaplag itself Btysterloualy late the In* ace of Christ, the power Is not of mas. There Is no day as lasplrlac« not only to the Christian, bnt to the careless aad ladlfferoat, as Easter, brlaclnflt as It doea, so mach of God's love even In the display of Alaslshty power, to an otherwise hopeless life. In —n«r possible the assnraace at a wsrld and a Ufe beyond the ON FIRST EASTER DAY Beautiful 8criptural Reading of tho Savior's Rise From tho Tomb and Greeting to Mary Magdalene. John 20:1-1«. T HE first day of the week cometh Mary Magdalene early, when it was yet dark, unto the sepul cher, and seeth the stone taken away from the sepulcher. Then she runneth, and cometh to Si mon Peter and to the other disciple, whom Jesus loved, and saith unto them, They have taken away the Lord out of the sepulcher, and we know not where they have laid him. Peter therefore went forth, and that other disciple, and came unto the sep nlcher. So they ran both together: and the other disciple did outrun Peter, and came first to the sepulcher. And he stooping down, and looking in, saw the linen clothes lying; yet went he not in. Then cometh Simon Peter following him, and went into the sepulcher, and seeth the linen clothes lie. And the napkin that was aDout rus head, not lying with the linen clothes, but wrapped in a place by itself. Then came in that other disciple which came first to the sepulcher, and he saw, and believed. For as yet they knew not the Scrip ture, that he must rise again from the dead. Then the disciples went away again unto their own home. But Mary stood within at the sepul cher weeping: and as she wept, she stooped down and looked Into the sep ulcher. And seeth two angels sitting, the one at the head, the other at the feet, where the body of Jesus had lain. And they say unto her, Woman, why weepest thou? She saith unto them. Be cause they have taken away my Lord, and I know not where they have laid him . J And when she had thus said, she turned herself back, and saw Jesus standing, and knew not that It was Jesus. Jesus saith unto her, Woman, why weepest thou? whom seekest thou? She, supposing him to be the gardener, saith unto him, Sir, if thou have borne him hence, tell me where thou hast laid him. and I will take him away. Jesus saith unto her, Mary. She turned herself, and saith unto him, Rabboni, which is to say, Master. New Kind of Easter Eggs. When the eggs have been boiled hard and cooled, write names or draw flowers, rabbits and the like on them with a stub pen dipped In melted max. Then drop the eggs carefully into any dye that can be boiled, and let them boll two minutes. Wipe each egg with an oiled rag, and you will have some very attractive souvenirs with white names or desi gns upon colored back grounds. _ immit uiiMSAwmtit % ¥& BI«§ JACK'S STORE The Store that Se ves You Best Telephone 268 Commencement Invitations Announcement Cards At Home Cards Visiting Cards Correspondence Cards Individual Stationery Baby Announcement Cards Beautifully Printed Engraved or Embossed Individual* Class« Club and Lodge Monogram or Initial Designs Furnished Phone 278 _For Prices The Morgan Gty Review Commercial Printing Department STATE AGRICULTURIST WILL GIVE FREE LECTURE On the 20th of this month, Mr. Harry Wilson of the State Agricul tural Department, will give a free lecture to the public at the City Hall. Mr. Wilson has ben secured by the ladies of the Morgan City Civic League. His lecture will be the fourth and probably the last of a series of free addresses by promi nent men of Louisiana which the Civic League has been presenting to the city. Mr. Wilson's lecture is timely and will be unusually inter esting, not only to the farming community surrounding Morgan City but to every resident of the City. He tells some of the ways and means for reducing the high cost of living and points out the utilization of the resources at hand. Of the four lectures secured by the Civic League, Mr. Wilson's is expected t be of greatest value from an econo mic standpoint to the eommunitv. IT PAYS YOU TO BUY AT THE SPECIALTY STORE. Farmers and others who live at a distance from a drug store should keep in the house a bottle of BAL LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It may be needed at any time fqy cuts, wounds, sores, sprains or rheuma tism. It is a powerful healing and penetrating remedy. Price 25c, 50c. and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Belan ger Drug Co.