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jjky Week Campaign May 1st to Mg j 5tb. ' t c g. Morse was a visitor to '^*rson Monday. i * . Hav nass without read ^Vdvertisements in the Daily f** ^re is always something firiew. Inna Holloway ^ j to resume her 1^ ___„onf Î studies ' t Convent in New Iberia. •Sieves after shaving. Unusually WOUNDINE. People Drug Ot. Phone «• Mrs. Chas. Francioni left on No. «Monday to undergo some medical JJgöBent in New Orleans. ..Y5 you TO BUY AT THE j^CULTY STORE. Oaite a few of Morgan City girls No. 6 with flowers and flags Street the boys as they passed JjJogh going to New Orleans to en fatonic for bad stomachs, see our jiB|| — 50c per box. Belanger Prag Co. j^ n Mae Zenor of Patterson «• the guest of Mrs. E. Cherault f iterday. rnUSE FOB RENT—4 rooms city eetd^-Apply to Mrs. L. Gant, City Hotel Mr. V. Rodrigue, who is employed ty the B es« Grocery Co., was a visi ts to New Orleans Sunday. gCBEEN WIRE, all widths at DYKR-LEHMANN'S. Mr. Roussel Trellue of Patterson n, « visitor to Morgan City Sun fcy POULTRY NETTING, widths 24, St, and 48 inches at DYER-LEH MANN'S. Ifu.»» Ruth Joret and Irene Mar quas who are attending the normal at Lafayette, stayed over last even ing to attend the dance at the City gnu, they will leave for Lafayette i No. 7 to day. IT PAYS YOU TO BUY AT THE specialty STORE. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Blum and children of Patterson, spent Sunday jrith relatives in Morgan City. fancy stationery priced from 15c tl $1.76 per box. Belanger Drug Co. Mr. A. S. Gray, representing San M Drugs was a business visitor hft Monday. HOUSEHOLD PAINTS, ENA MELS and SMALL BRUSHES. Ug DYER-LEHMANN CO. A rectlfting Officer arrived on No. I Monday to enlist some of the Mor gaa City boys, those that have al ready volunteered are Messrs. Earn est Drackett, Theodore Martin, Eagano Shelboume, Bill Hutton, Tyler Howell, Melton Salvo, Seldon Gautier, and Bennie Robicheaux. rr PAYS YOU TO BUY AT THE SPECIALTY. STORE. Mr. J. A. Pharr left Monday for a h—faUM trip to New Orleans. IT PAYS YOU TO BUY AT THE mCIALTY STORE. Mrs. Maurice Shannon and child ren returned Monday on No. 10 after a short visit to relatives in Vtanklin. Buck Wheat and Pancake flour •till fresh at Jolley Bros. Mr. Chas. Dyer returned Monday a business trip to Natchez, your porch swings hung; SWING CHAINS at DYER-LEH MANN'S. Mr. Randolph Dyer was a visitor to New Orleans Monday. Spring time » Kodak time get toady, Ansco films all sizes to fit any Kodak or Camera. Belanger Drug Co. Mrs. Collins of Franklin mortored to Morgan City yesterday. IT PAYS YOU TO BUY AT THE SPECIALTY STORE. s*y- Father Souby received a bra ear as an Easter present from Catholics of Bayou Boeuf Sun ■ f'iff PICNICS: 25 Wrapped Pa Plate» 15c at DYER-LEHMANN .-and Mrs. E. Drackett and spent Sunday at Ramos with itives. Our Ant Paiht. will stop Ants—■ on table legs, etc.—Peoples Co. Phone 6. Slater Frances of New Orleans is guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. ray cow and calf. Owner'can .same by proving, property, and expenses. Apply to O. Ditch. lwk. An Easter hunt was given Monday the 9th., at the residence of Mrs. H. J. Williams for the primary grades of the Morgan City High School, Teachers Misses Inez Williams and Fannie Parmalee. The eggs were donated by Mr. F. D. Winchester and Mr. H. Jolley. IT PAYS YOU TO BUY AT THE SPECIALTY STORE. Baby Week Campaign May 1st to May 6th. Toilet waters, perfumes and face powders. Belanger Drug Co. The dance given by the ladies of the Woodmen Circle Monday even ing was well attended and enjoyed by those present. When you think of anything in a drug store, think of Belanger Drug Co. Mr. Charles A. Lemp, brother of the famous St. Louis Brewer, was a distinguished visitor in Morgan City, this week, in company with Mr. M. Ewing also of St. Louis and some other gentlemen of the west. Mr. Lemp came here in his yacht and spent a few hours. The party had been to Avery Island for a few days, and have been visiting points of in terest in the Teche country. They left via Plaquemine for New Orleans where they will spent a few days be fore returning to St. Louis. 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. Mayor Maurice D. Shannon, left this morning for Franklin, to attend a democratic meeting. Mr. Larson Boudreaux is a visitor to Jeanerette today on business. FOUND—one set of black Beads. Apply at the Review office. Mr. Robert E. Duffy of New Or leans is transacting business here to day. • Baby Week Campaign May 1st to May 6th. Mr. J. R. Peake, of Minneapolis, Minn., with members of his family were visitors here Monday and Tues day. IT PAYS YOU TO BUY AT THE SPECIALTY STORE. Mr. Charles C. Dyer has returned from a business trip to Natchez Mississippi. Bad breath, bitter taste, dizziness and a general "no acount" feeling is a sure sign of torpid liver. HER BINE is the medicine needed. It makes the liver active, vitalizes the blood, regulates the bowels and restores a fine feeling of energy and cheerfulness. Price 50c. Sold by Belanger Drug Co. Plant a little more and pay a little less next year. You can cut the cost of living con siderable with -that 'Back Yard" gar den. ! ! j ! ! 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, cassimeres 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 î THE BUSINESS OF SHIPBUILDING ! The shipbuilding industry is grow ing to large proportions, every twenty four hours: Will Morgan City Get her share of the contracts? This is the time to act. There arc ! three shipyards here, and there are ! numerous locations to be had for as j many as might come. Figures re ! cently published by Lloyd's agency ! indicate that shipbuilding has a ro mance, however, the romance is to be found, not so much upon the high seas as in the counting houses where buyers of ships of whatever previous condition of servitude and consequent stage of decrepitude, count out quite unbelievable sums of money for almost anything that will float. Morgan City in the heart of the cypress belt, with cheap freight rates to the pine belt, with deep water in to those regions, is in poston to han dle quantities of this class of work. It is the opinion of J. W. Dawson Stearns of the Nautical Gazette that the radical effect which the war has had upon the American shipbuilding industry will prove in various re spects permanent, besides being of material importance to the world, at large. "The ships of all other mari time countries are busy with their own affairs," he says "and cannot lend a helping hand. Manufactur ers who have contracted to suppl> large lots of munitions and provi sions, get angry at the delays in for warding through regular channels and start the experiment of buying and operating their own ships of doubtful worth and they are amazed to find in a short time that these vessels have doubled, trebled, or quadrupled in value, The transpor tation agents at sea are simply swamped with orders. Shipyards as a rule throughout the country, find themselves unable to promise deliv ery on new orders, Every yard is loaded up with contracts for an al together indefinite time in advance. Even Scandinavian vessel owners, unable to obtain tonnage at their own or British Yards are coming to America and are buying up and re equiping old dismantled shipyards. In some instances they have found locations and started new plants. Reports from Cleveland, Ohio, state that the Great Lakes ship build ers are enjoying the greatest boom in the history of the trade. Ship yards along these lakes are said to have sufficient contracts to keep them busy for the next year and a half. Great Building booms are heralded all along the Great Lakes and even the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers. The attempt to revive the traffic on the rivers has also been the source of creating additional work for the already over burdened shipyards throughout the nation. Situated as she is, Morgan City, should be doing her share of ship building . Labor is plentiful. What should hinder the work from going on here? Can you answer the ques tion. FARM PRODUCTION AND PRE PAREDNESS Washington, April 10—Hon. Carl D. Vrooman, Assistant Secretary of î Agriculture, has become throughly aroused to the necessity of looking ahead for food with which to feed American people. It is the opinion of Mr. Vrooman that a source of supply of farm products and meats is as necessary in the great national preparedness scheme, as are arms and ammunition. "Agriculture from a National Standpoint" is the sub ject he has chosen to discuss before the Cut-Over Land Conference of the South during the great meeting to be held in New Orleans, April 11, 12 and 13. Mr. Vrooman has also assigned various experts from his office to such particular subjects as he thinks the Government should give its im mediate attention and assistance to. Mr. Vrooman believes that from the Conference should come some defi nite plan of immediately making use of the millions of acres of Southern cut-over lands. The plan of devel opment is of national scope and the lands are especially adaptable to prompt conversion into a great stock raising area. The people of the South are in sympathy with the views of Mr. Vrooman and are will ing to eo-operate with his depart ment in every way possible. Mr. Vrooman is said to be the most forceful speaker in his department, and his remarks will no doubt have great weight with the land owners in attendance at the Conference. To have a fine healthy complex ion—the liver must be $ptive, the bowels regular and ths blood pure. All this is brought about by using HERBINE. It thoroughly scours the liver, stomach and bowels, puts the bodjT'in fine condition and restores that clear, pink and white complex ion so much desired by ladies. Price 50c. Sold by Belanger Drug Co. Wt W'Â Sie Öbs ' i î W 1 eu're Good ORLEANS CHOCOLATES JACK S STORE he Store that Se ves You Best Telephone 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 Tie Morgan Cüy Review Commercial Printing Department SUSPENSION OF MONEY ORDER BUSINESS WITH THE .GERMAN EMPIRE In consequence of the state of war no\*t existing, the suspension of the exchange of postal money orders between the United States and the j German Empire is hereby directed. I Postmasters at all international I money-order offices will govern themselves accordingly. On ami after this date they should refuse to issue orders on post offices in the German Empire or any of its coloni es or dependencies. They should al so decline to pay orders drawn upon them by German offices on or after the 6th day of April. Respectfully, Julius P. Herbert. Postmaster. By order of The Postmaster General, IT PAYS YOU TO BUY AT THE SPECIALTY STORE. Baby Week Campaign May 1st to May 6th. : 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 j be needed at any time for 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.