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æ WE ARE
Prepared to Defiver
Stove Wood in your yard for
$2.00 per load.
Domino Sugar at less than cost
Nine and a half cents per pound
We have on hand, Lettuce, Tomatoes,
Peaches, Apples, Celery and Satsuma
ORANGES
The Store That's Progressing __
DYER-LEHMANN CO., STORE
L. J. BASS, RECEIVER,
PHONE 287
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LETTER FROM MR. C- R
BROWNELL
(Continued from page 1)
large proportion of our people en
gaged in the peaceful lines and as
sociations of life and far from the
noise and horrible sights of actual
conflicts do not give the subject se
rious thought and it seems as if
nothing but an invasion of our
homes by an armed force can call
their patriotism into action, life and
effort. Why should they forego the
comforts of home and social pleas
ure or part with their wealth when
the actual scenes of war are 3 to 4
thousand miles away. There should
be and there must be an awakening
to the fact that this is our war and
the traitorous and far fetched
statements of LaFollette and Varda
man that this is not our war and we
should be at peace should find no
resting place in the Hearts and
minds of Americans here; while in
ternational law and agreements are
ignored, while our property is
hunted for and destroyed, our
women and children, and our brave
seamen as well as murdered in cold
blood on the high seas; and all hu
manity are bleeding at every pore
under the barbrous piratical and
hellish methods employed by the
Central Empires in their efforts to
qrq|^ )(Freedom, «nd enslave the
Human. I .have disgressed some
what but could not help it.
There is now about 16,00ip sol
diers at the camp and more (taming
as fast as can be cared for. There
is an army of men at work, building
sleeping and mess-rooms, store
houses, officers' quarters Y. M. C.
A. buildings, hospitals, stables etc.,
cement walks and a central con
crete highway, heating plants, wa
ter works, sewers and an army of
plumbers and linemen for tel
graph and telephone. In fact build
ing a city with all modern conven-.
iences and sanitary equipment for !
nearly 45,000 people in about five j
months time.
Red Cross work is active but not
enthusiastic as in St. Mary when I
left. Ihave been reading our Red
Cross notes to my people here, but
a few of late I did not read. I had
no heart to tell them the standing
of Morgan City as To present status
of working. I had been actually
BUY A UBERTYJBOND g
Those Early Fall Days Suggast A
Now Suit. Purchase Yours From
Store—Start the Season Early and
Gat Full Wear. Clothes that Hava
the Appearance and Quality are
Hare—Prices from $15 up.
THIS IS A REAL HAT STORE
MEN—Wa can Please v ou in
Dozens of Nifty Style# eld Kick,
any color, priced from $2 to $4.
"REMEMBER FISHERS IS TRULY
A MEN'S STORE"
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**MS4D***»tM*
rs
boasting of our working force—but
when a city two-thirds of ours in
population had out near 100 work
T .. i • „r
ers I had no desire to tell them of
our ten known faithful and
they may be. I can think of no rea
son for the diminished number of
workers and consequent reduced out-j
put. I sincerely hope there may be
a revival of interest in the w'ork
and that Morgan City may soon at
tain and ever maintain at least
normal standing in the Red Cross
and all the organizations whose ef
forts are to give comfort, aid, and
encouragement to soldier boys who
have answered our country's call
for men to defend her honor and
a
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fight for Freedom and Humanity. Ii
, . , „ , j .
hope the dull season has passed and
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the bracing air of the new season
may bring renewed vigor and effort
in every good work.
C. R. BROWNELL.
$19.25
DALLAS
and return
TEXAS STATE FAIR
On Sale Oct 13,17, 20,24
limit Oct 30,1917
Lv. Morgan City '
3:13 P. M.
Ar. Dallas
7:20 Naxt Morning
NO CHANGE OF CARS
Dining and Observationn Cars
Secure Full Information,
R. A. Squires, Agent, or
J. T. MONROE, Gen. Pass Agt.,
New Orleans, La?
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(MCUES
Dr. Frederick Jocabson i»T», 75 per
cent of women need Phosphate»
to give them Strong, Healthy,
rounded figure and to avoid Ner
vous break down. Thousands of
women grow strong in Nature's
way.
'Consider the Lillies of the
How They Grow."
Field,
The life of the lilly is but a few ;
weeks or months. The life of man is ;
j"three score years and ten." But to |
j live one's life in its fullness, women •
' like the lilly, must be nourished by I
I those same vital elements which na
I living thing; and these include the
! valuable phosphate so often lacking
i in the usual food we eat today.
I Argo-Phosp.hate is rich in these won
derful elements. It contains these in
concentrated tablets from which is
easy to take and quickly assimilated
and absorbed into the system, and
from youth to old age, builds and
ture provides for nourishing every
rebuilds body and brain m beauti
ful harmony with Nature's perfect
plan. "That's why" Argc-Phosphate,
makes good solid flesh and mnscles.
SPECIAL NOTICE: Argo-Phos
phate contains the Natural phos
phates which thousands of physi
cians are prescribing daily to build
up thin,pale, colorless women to give »
them rosy cheeks, red lips, and a J
beautiful complexion. Many cases ■
have been restored where women I
have increased their weight from 15 j J
to 25 pounds with a few weks treat- j ■
ment, and any woman who desires; •
well rounded and developed form, j
j should secure from her druggist, i
' fhis new' drug .vhich is inexpensive
reliable !
t and is dispensed by any
j druggist with or without a doctor's !
I prescription. If your druggist will ;
| no (; supply you, send $1.00 to the;
Argo Laboratories, 10 Forsyth St.,
Atlanta, Ga* and they will send you
a two weeks treatment by return
earnest__
j Don . t miss « XHE LAFAYETTE
FAIR » Saturday and Sunday. Rac
[ng programme both davs> dancing
and music
If you have a house or rooms for
light housekeeping try a little want
ad. in THE REVIEW. If you do
not want your name advertised
THE REVIEW will take care of the
Gov. Pleasant. has summoned at
the request of the State Council of
n .
Defense; all women to appear at
. . ,
their respective precicnts and reg
ister October 17.
Call 278 and order The Daily Re
view. It will only cost 40c per
month, delivered to your home by
carrier.
BILLIONS OF GERMS
Morgan City People Should Learn
How to C-nbat 'ihe«u.
l«-u can fight off the billions of;
germs which you swallow.
How about the uric acid which j
your own system creates?
Cad you conquer that, too?
Yes, if your kidneys work right.
But if they don't, backache, dizzi
ness or other symptoms.
Soon warn you of graver peril.
You must live more simply—
That's what Morgan City has
found. —
Use Doan's Kidney Pills to
strengthen your kidneys.
Easy to verify local testimony.
Read this case:
Mrs. Fahren.holt, Morgan City,
says: "I have taken Doan's Kidney
Pills on several occasions when my
kidneys have been out of order and
my back has felt weak and lame. It
has only required short use to give
relief. I am satisfied that there is
no better medicine than Doan's
Kidney Pills for kidney disorders."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy—
get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same
that Mrs. Fahrenholt had. Foster
Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
Hey There!
How about your letterheads,
billheads, sta t e m ents, enve
lopes, cards, etc. Don't wait
until they are all gone and
then ask us to rush them out
in a hurry for you. Good work
requires time
and our motto
is that any
thing that's
worth do
ing »worth
doing well.
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T HE kind of printing that
pays dividends is the
kind you should have.
Pale, msddy, poorly arranged
printed matter is worse than
none. The quality of your
business is often judged by
the quality of your stationery
— inferior printing gives an
impression of cheapness that
ia hard to overcome, while
good printing carries wi.h it a
desirablesuggestionof quality.
We produce only Quality
P rin t in g. Whether you want
an inexpensive handbill or n
letterhead in colors, if yon
order it from us you will be
sure of getting good work.
We have the equipment and
the ''know how" that enables
us to get out really good print
ing-printing that impresses
people with the good taste of
its users. That is the only
kind of printing that
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This Means You,
Mr. Merchant!
D ID you know that
you and this paper
have an interest in com
mon? Your success helps
the community as a whole
which in turn is of benefit
to us.
When a merchant adver
tises with us, he is invest
ing his money, which is
returned with interest.
Shsw Year Cs»4s la tki WtaJsws
u4 JUwtta Them la TUs Pay«
lÀiâa AllHsA. idsS*lA iAiâàJLiAà
We are in a position
to give all
= Job =
Printing
Prompt and Careful
Attention
Individuality in your letter
heads and other printed
matter is helpful to your
business. We are ready
at all times to give you the
benefit of our experience.
Our Job Work
Advertises Itself
it
Judicious Advertising
Creates many a new butines«.
Enlarges many an old business.
Preserves many a large business.
Revives many a dull business.
Rescues many a lost business.
Saves many a fading business.
Secures success in any busmess.
We Are at Your Sendee
Call aa Ca ar CaO Da Pp jf
sMWsWDCsOmTwfI
Do You Need Any
TOB PRINTING
I Today?
a# If So, Send or Phone
Us Your Order NOW
If you believe in home
trade—in a home newspaper
—in boosting your town —
advertise in this paper
We caii also do your job
work quickly and satisfactorily
OPERA H0ÜSE
Friday Night, Oct m
AT 7:30 P. M.
A Five Reel Metro Feature wjf
Mabel Taliafer
'THE JURY OF FATE
TO BE FOLLOWED BY
'Hie Womanless
Wedding*
PRESENTED BY AMATEUR LOCAL TALENT FOR BENEFIT o
K1NSON MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH F **
MR. AND MRS. DIX E. LAND
Request Your Presence at the Marriage of their Dsughter
MARY LAND
To
A. M. ERICA
NEGRO BUTLER
Cast of Characters:
Bride's Family:
• Mr. E. Jacobi
MOTHER (Mrs. Dix E. Land) ................ ju. pl ob „
SISTER BABY...........................V ....... g , S U M »»
OLD MAID SISTER .......................... .Mr^raïvîl? 1
SWEET SIXTEEN SISTER ........................'.Mr. CassK
Groom's Family:
MOTHER (Mrs. Erica) ........................... u.
FATHER (Mr. Erica) ............................Mr.' w! J. Boute
TWIN SISTERS ....................Messrs. G. Brown and A OlS
AUNT CALLINE....................................Mr.Jigfi
Guests:
HOOLA-HOOLA GIRL ............................Mr. Lewis J !»
BRIDE'S BEST FRIEND ............................Mr H Marra
Bridal Party:
BRIDESMAIDS ............................Messrs. Miller and Naai
MATRON OF HONOR ............................Mr. W. I. Paddod
MAID OF HONOR ....................................Mr.
FLOWER GIRLS..................Messrs. Snell, Chapman, Dr. WOwi
RING BEARER .....................................Mr. Saa
BRIDE .......................................Mr. F. D. Wine
TRAINE BEARERS...................Messrs. Lynn Drury and Colba
BRIDE'S FATHER ...............................Mr. F. M. 0'Bria
GROOM ........................................Mr. T. W. Sobs*
BEST MAN .....................................Mr. Percy 0'Bria
MINISTER ........................................Mr. Jack Saa
During the Wedding the Delas Brothers will entertain with Character
Rag-Time Songs.
"It_Takes a Dark Brown Skin Girl to Make the Preacher Put His Bibb
Down."
Accompanist: .......................Miss Genevieve Grevembot
VIOLIN SELECTIONS by ....................Mrs. R. T. Mort«
To See the "HOOLA GIRL"........................Lewis J. Ban,
Will be Worth More Than the Price of Admission.
ADMISSION-ADULTS 25 CENTS; CHILDREN 10 CENTS
THE
TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO.
Issue a Special Accident and
» . Health Policy For The
Working Man
^ Business Man
Professional Man
Let us explain it to you
FRANK VAUGHAN, Agent
Belanger Bldg.—Room 8 Phone 27
a guarantee that any claim large or
P. S.—A policy in this company is
small will be promptly paid.
The registration of women is rec
ognized by the United States gov
ernment as official and will be
made on official cards approved by
the Council of National Defense and
the Census Bureau.
Arcade Theatre
THE HOUSE WITH CU SHION SEATS _
TONIGHT
Jack Gardener
IN
The Land Of Long Skadows
A Red blooded love drama staged in ihe pietoreM«®*^'
of the Canadian Northwest. Jack. Garderies
To-morrow Night
LOUIS GLAUN
IN
"Golden Rule Kate"
Triangle Komedy " A HOTEL DISGRA
Coming ''THL LAD and LION
Don't miss "THE LAFAYETTE
FAIR", Saturday and Sunday.' Hie
ing programme both days, dsnciq
and music.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE
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WESTWARD
No.
5
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.....9:29 a.
No.
7
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.....3:13 p.
No.
9
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No.
11
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.....11:03 p.
No.
1
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No.
No.
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No.
EASTWARD
12 Lve........... 3:88
8 Lve........... 4:48
2 Arr........... M»
Lve........... 1*]
6 Art ........... 1:1 J
Lve........... 1:22 .
No. 10 Lve......
Morgan City Daily to** delit*|
ed to your V me, 40c. per 1
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