THER FORECAST — Tonight and Tuesday, fair and cooler
fMorgan (Sixty Sail«
MC'tGAN CITY. LA.. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 24, 1917.
SIGNED TO PERMA
After undergoing the rigors of
•jjfcry life with civilian equipment
for fourteen days, and passing the
fm»l physical examination at Camp
Pike, Arkansas; the twelve young
gen' who volunteered to go as the
pint Draft Contingent from St.
jf*ry Parish have been assigned to
According to a communication
from Mr. John A. O'Niell, a member
of the Volunteer Contingent, 5 were
usigned to the 348th Infantry; 3
to the 312th Engineers; 1 to the
312th Ammunition Train; 1 to the
312th Infantry; 1 to the 312th Sani
tary Train; and 1 to Divisional
Mr. O'Neill's letter to the. Editor
of the Daily Review follows
"With the Colors,"
Camp Pike, Ark., 9, 20, '17.
Editor, The Daily Review,
Morgan City, La.
Dear Sir:—The first 5 per cent
contingent of St. Mary Boys were
today assigned to permanent organi
sions as follows:
Boudreaux, S. J., 348th Infantry.
Darnell, Jno. K., 312th Sanitary
Guilotte, Anatole, 348th Infan
Henry, Clincy J., 312th Engineers.
Ibert, John, 312th Engineers.
Naquin, Coys, 312th Ammunition
O'Niell, John A., 348th Infantry.
Robichaux, Gus P.,
Svarrtr, Jno. J., 348th Infantry.
Terrell, Laurens, Divisional Head
Theriot, Exerett D., 312th Engi
Thin is for your information if
you desire to publish it. You can
*est assured that it is accurate.
JOHN A. O'NIELL.
The Optician ,
Will be in Morgan City at the of
of Dr. C. C. de Gravelles this
«Bd»y and Tuesday Sept. 24-25.
we in need of proper fit
ipectacles or eye glasses will do
^ on him to have their eye
Dr- W. J. McClellan, Pres.
C - C - DeGraveUes, Vice-Pre*. *
1 L Hiker, Vice-Pre..
WE EXTEND YOU
A® perfect a Banking service as it is possible to acquire, and
ttitli it every accommodation compatible with sound conser
per cent Paid on Savings Accounts
, Truly the Peoples Bank"
Peoples Stete 4k Savings Bank
On R. D I » MORGAN CITY, LA.
PU< y Railroad Avenue. Open Saturdays until 8
The Bankf of Morgan Gtv
FIRST on the roll of honor
C. A. Bibbins, Cashier.
H. R. Fleury, Ass't Cashier.
•re real pleasures and home life is
the happiest of all to the man who
has provided a protection for that
home in case of sickness or accident.
How about your home and loved
ones? Are you safeguarding them
with a Bank Account?
fopital $25,000.03 # Surplus $52,000.00
A. B. o'bkif:>
Displayman Jolley posted an Ad
visory storm warning, Sunday after
noon, reading "Bocagrande to West
Palm Beach Florida disturbance
north of Jamacia of great intensity
moving Northwest increasing north
east winds tonight becoming strong
by Monday morning. Veessels ad
vised against sailing towards east
gulf and south Atlantic ports until
further notice." Fortunately no
sign of the disturbance has been vis
ible here up to the time of going to
ST. MARY PARISH, LOUISIANA.
I, Wilbur H. Kramer, Clerk of the
23rd Judicial Dictrict Court, St.
Mary Parish, Louisiana, ex-Officio a !
Jury Commissioner, do hereby certi- !
fy that at a mass meeting of the \
Jury Commissioners in and for said
Parish, held this day in my office, at
the Court House at Franklin, La., in
accordance with law, and pursuant
to an order of the Honorable 23rd
Judicial District Court, issued of <
date, August 14th, 1917, there was !
selected 20 Grand Jurors to serve I
said Court commencing Monday, I
Sept. 17th, 1917, and until a sue-j
ceeding Grand Jury shall have been
empanelled, and there wa3 drawn
three Petit Jurors of Thirty persons
each, to serve said court * for the
weeks commencing respectively Mon
day, Sept. 24th, 1917, Monday, Oct.
1st, and Monday, Oct. 8th, 1917, as
List of Petit Jurors drawn to serve
for the week commencing
W. D. Frost
T. B. Gooch
A. F. Storm
E. D. Blanchard, Sr
W. T. Palfrey
(Continued on last page)
From Our Exchanges
From the Weewly Iberian
In a communication received by
this office our correspondent wanted |
to know what had become of our
Oil Boom. He laconically asks, "Is
oil business decomposed or merely i
"That for ways that are dark
And for tricks that are vain,
The heathen Chinese (is not alone)
I tu „ -, ;
ine iuture ot the oil business has |
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; been much discussed by,our people. .
j It seems to be pretty well agreed
i that "war prices" for materials and
; supplies has run the cost of a well up
j to approximately §20,000 —rather a
j high figure for a "dry hole." We
j can hardly "read our titles clear" at
I such, altitudes to which all prices
I seemed to have soared.
a ! been converted into a pumper
! such, is improving in yield .
\ T he Gulf Refining Co. has brought
in a new well, but a pumper. New
The well on the Bernard tract has
pumps arrived and were to have
been installed this week.
A gas prospect has been located
north of Spanish Lake.
Other prospects are awaiting a
The Cotton Gin of Messrs. Barry
and Voorhies of this city is one of
the busy concerns of this place. It
is running full blast night and day.
We understand that farmers are re
ceiving as much as 70 per 1000
pounds for their seed cotton from
Iberia Getting Good Roads
The members of the Police Jury
have taken steps to call an election
to issue bonds for the building of
gravel roads in the Sixth Ward of
this Parish at a near distant date. |
The call will be published in the nextU
number of the Enterprise. From ;
what we learn, it is also the intention . H
of the Board of Trustees of New
Iberia to call an election for the
purpose of gravelling the streets of
the entire city. Main Street will be
paved from the Post Office corner
to the upper limits and a part of the
tax will be used to meet the portion
that falls upon the City to assume.
Of course this work will not be done
until after the sewerage system is
completed. There are but few Main
Street property holders opposed to
this improvement and it begins to
look like the present administration
will witness the completion of this
important civic work.—New Iberia
From Rayne Tribune
On the other hand, if a young mar
ried man should not claim exemption of
it might be accepted at home as an
indication that he considers that
there are worse things than war.
May Be Corrected
Correctly fitted glasses are the so-.
lution to most eye troubles. Optic
nerves that are working under a
strain of badly fitted glasses or with
out glasses cause headaches and lead
to serious optic trouble.
People who wear glasses must also
allow for the decreasing power of
their eyesight, due to age or intense
j , , , _ j
service and have glass lens made
\ou need not go to the City or
elsewhere to get expert service in the
fitting of glasses. We guarantee
Any style glasses or spectacles
wanted may be secured here.
EYES TESTED FREE
The Imperial jewelry Co.
T. W. Schmidt, Mgr.
Jewe'ry and Watch Expert Repairers
Of course, it takes a long time for
handknitting to turn out a pair of
socks, but one pair of the homemade
kind will withstand a diamond drill
toenail longer than four pairs of the
| bought variety,
"Is Assumption Pioneer
i Gne interesting features in
connection with the departure of our
soldier boys, was that each one car-1
ried a substantial basket on his arm,
filled with good things to eat. This
from the lady folks; while several '
; progressive citizens contributed to- '
has | wnr H« n m+io u u
! wards a little tund, with which was
. purc h ased cigarette« „i,.,,.
ing gum and other delicacies. j
vvas a visitor to
New Iberia Enterprise
Mrs. Tom Morse of Morgan City
spent several days this week here
with Mrs. Harry Hall.
Mr. Edwin Kyle
Miss Violet Brupbacker has re-1
turned to her home in Morgan City 1
after several days visit to Mrs. Willie j
Mr. Rufus Marin left for Morgan
City where he has accepted a posi
tion as ticket agent. !
Mrs. Arthur Gordy and little daugh- !
ter returned to her home in Frank- j
lin, last Sunday, having spent a few s
days with Mrs. Chas. Sonnermann. ,
Some days ago owing to the de- i
cline in the markets for corn, the;
price dropped as much as twenty
cents per bushel which caught some j
of the buyers with ______
number of cars;
on their hands. For a few days the | ,
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local buyers who had paid as much ;
as §2.50 per barrel discontinued ;
operations. At the present time we ! ,
are informed the ceres! i, beinf !
bought by the dealers at $2.25. This!*
•11 , ■ ,
will be a banner year for our corn,
and rice planters. Within the pastL
__ 1 ___„j______.lotate
twenty-four hours rice has advanced)*
| 25c P er sack and in many instances '
ke planters obtained as much, asj
; $8.00 per sack for their products. 1
. H the cane growers do as well in
proportion as the corn and rice j îî|
planters, South Louisiana will be the !
gainer by millions of dollars.
Natchitoches" Enterprise |
In spite of reports from some
quarters the rains of the past two !
weeks have been very beneficial to
the corn, hay and garden truck, and j n
httlé or no damage done to the I
magnificent cotton crop which is j
being gathered and ginned on record :
Cultivation of the thornless cac
tus for the purpose of developing a \
new industry in Louisiana has been j
started by Mrs; J. E. LeBlanc, widow
of the late Senator Joseph E. Le
Blanc, at her home near Paincourt
ville, Assumption Parish. Mrs. Le
Blanc obtained a large supply of
cactus plants from the West and
they are now growing on her farm.
; The cactus makes an excellent food
I for live stock, including horses,
mules, cattle and hogs and is es
pecially valuable for milch cows.
: Elsewhere will be found an adver
tisement of this cactus.
About seventy-five of New Iberia's
leading business men Sunday made
a special trip over the proposed New
Iberia-to-gulf highway. Dr. W. F.
Sarstens, a leading good roads advo
cate of the Teche scetion, who is
heading the movement towards the
building of the proposed highway,
was i n charge of the committee of
' nves tigation, which after an all-day
close inspecton of the route adopted
... . , *
resolutions strongly urging the early
commencement of the work.
Dr. Carstens, "in his speech to the
committee at the bay, pointed out the
advantages New Iberia would pro
cure among them the increased tour
ist travel on the Spanish Trail and
enormous fish and fur trade which
would by reason of the highway nat
urally pass through New Iberia,
The salt water fish and shrimp
trade more than repay the New j
Iberia taxpayers the amount they j
would be called upon to expend.
The question of placing the propo
sition in the form of a special tax
to be voted by the people of New
Iberia and the wards in a southern
direction directly interested will be
decided within a few days. Dr.
(Continued on Page 2).
TION DAY FOR
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
' Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
. , , „ „
WHEREAS, by Act of Congress a
r ^ otCon f
j Council of National Defense has
been established in the interest of
national and welfare; and.
WHEREAS, this Council deems it
wise and essential to secure a cen
sus of the, woman power of the na
tion—which census shall serve to in
form the government.
(1) as to the present state of
preparedness of women along
1 trial lines
j ( 2 ) as to the training that is de
, sired by those wishing to equip
themselves for industrial, philan
thropic or social service;
! (3) as to those who are home
! ma kers, and who, by registering, au
j toma tieally place themselves in a po
s ^' on to be reached by the Council
, National Defense when its pro
i ^ ram demands their co-operation;
^ as to actual service, volun
teer ° r for remuneration, that may
j " * ?!" nted Up ° n in time
, ™" E ? E * S \ °" account 01
fact that * hi s mformatino will be
-tla/norma' 5 , " ror | nai * no ' VUI De ot ,
. . anen ^ a ° e £°vern
, ' , °/ lr \ CI 0 * a 10 ^ a e '
fe " se h * s """•>• »foremen-,
0 "* Ce ." SUS Stat * b 5''
n ,X pn X. _ , . .
^ ^ h * leg,slature of the
of Louisiana has empowered
Nroto . ,
- ouisiana has empowered
. . ° nC1 . 0 Defense to re '
whfrfa«ï ' •$
WHEREAS > the State Council of
Defense has decreed and required
îî| at SUC ^ a census taken under
thC Per Tr supervision of the G <>v
ernor of Louisiana,
Now, Therefore, I, RUFFIN G.
PLEASANT, Governor of the State
of Louisiana, do hereby proclaim
WEDNESRAY, OCTOBER SEVEN
TEENTH, NINETEEN SEVEN
TEEN, A. Registration Day
j n the State of Louisiana, and do
hereby require that, on the above ap
pointed day, every woman in Louis
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Morgan City's Strong st Financial Institution
Capital and Surplus $100,000.00
Resources Over Half-Million Dollars
• SAFETY AND EFFICIENT SERVICE
This bank is under the supervision of the OOMPPROL
LER of THE CURRENCY U. S. GOVERNMENT and its
affairs are conducted by leadinçr business men of the city.
WE INVITE YOUR BUSINESS
No account too small; None too large; We serve all
Herbert M. Cotten, President
E. A. Pharr, Vice-Pres., K. R. Hood, Cashier.
M. E. Norman, Vice-Pres., C. P. Lynch, Asst. Cashier.
GIVE YOUR CLOTHES A SQUARE DEAL
Did you know that regular eleanin
materially to the life and service
certain I v does.
nul pressing- adds
your clothes? It
DON'T BE A SLOUCH 1
Bring that wrin
how much bettei
ed. dirty, hagg
m proven» nt
suit, to us and
*ve can make in it
Orders Taken for Tailor Made Suits
A. J. GLASER, TAILOR AND PRESSER
iana of the age of sixteen complete
or more, shall appear at the registra
tion booth in her political precinct to
register such information as the
State Council of Defense requires.
In Testimony Whereof, I hereunto
set my hand and cause to be af
fixed the great seal of the State
of Louisiana, at the Capitol, in the
City of Baton Rouge, on this the
fourteenth day of September,
(Signed) R. G. PLEASANT,
By the Governor
(Signed) JAMES J. BAILEY,
Secretary of State.
The steamer "Superior" cleared
port this morning.
The steamer "Wyandot" is in port.
The Texas Oil steamer "Ruth" ar
rived in port yesterday.
The tug "Elsie" is in port.
The steamer "W. N. Drews" ar
rived in port Saturday.
The steamer "Patricia" left her
dock for Plaquemine this morning.
The steamer "Mamie D." is in
The steamer "J. N. Pharr" is at
her dock in Berwick.
JEWISH MERCHANTS TO
From 6 o'clock on the evening of
September 16th until 6 o'clock on
the evening of September 17th and
from 6 o'clock on the evening of
September 25th, until 6 o'clock on
gan City will be closed in order to
, the evening of September 26th, the
following places of business in Mor
observe the Jewish Holidays falling
^ d _
Henry Loeb, Co., Ltd.,
Dave Kahn & Co.,
Henry Kahn, -
Home Furnishing Co.,
J. J. Goldman,
Alberts Dry Goods Store,
Leopold, Loeb & Sons, Ltd.
Check a co\igh or cold in the lungs
before it develops a serious case.
BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP
is an effective remedy for all sore
ness or congestion in the lungs or air
passages. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00
per bottle. Sold by Belanger
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