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The Morgan City daily review. (Morgan City, La.) 1916-1920, February 02, 1918, Image 3

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Orleans this we»k
f|p^n spent Friday with
'to Samo»
'JL Marti" of Thinodaux
^jjJiids with friends here
WfllMBwdl is spending
£Jjjn New Orleans.
& P C pyer left Th^fy
to
to* dart i® Covington
* W. C Baker of Jack
«»«da. are the guests of
^brother, Mr. Morgan Ba
R-ai
ia Leoli Budge has returned
her sister in Raceland.
Redock of Cincinnati, is
, ««tor here today,
r Gladney, with the Brown
Of St. Louis, is a bus
JtotoThere today
V J Karzweg of Plaquemine
« city for a few days an „ d
of his brother, Mr Paul
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the
Peltier of Thibodaux
^.f Hi« Irene Priee.
' T Duffy °f Ram0S was a bus '
, thitor here Friday. •
'ivBimos Bed Cross Unit, recent
quitted ten sweaters and three
logen has returned from a
1^4 te friends in Port Arthur, Tex
had as her
«I Let» Prohaska
■ daring the week, Misses Ethel
ttd Helen Messina of Frank
It Densmore of Houston, Texas,
Llnr city and has accepted a po
* i.with the McClellan Drug
*|t yyils Solar, who is stationed
11 Cri» Pike, is here on a visit to
I Edna Molossan of Riverside
_ friends here Friday.
"fc J. Vale* of New Orleans is a
[ tototo visitor here today.
toLLsry of New Orleans is vis
[ || triads here today.
It Geaie Kendal of Dallas, Tex
Hthardty today.
to B. Bosenburg of New Orleans
( ■iMaea visitor here during the
I ni. *
Ri G. 0. Broussard and baby ar
itoiMtoy from New Orleans.
to hgene Bauer of St. Louis, is
I t Mato visitor here today.
ttl waken of the high school
Lhrit at attending a meeting of
[ tot My to Franklin today.
» J. E Loeb and Mr. W. J. Low
an ritonded the meeting of the
I at New Orleans this
' He meeting was held to
r with the conservation com
I toe advisability or remov
i ef the conservation restric
r to nasist in the govern
; program/
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•AKERY OR ORDER FROM YOUR GROCERY
BE SURE TO ASK FOR
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°ONT FORGET TO ASK FOR OUR
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s Bakery
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Measles ter German Brand
Proposed
Camp Dix, N. J., Feb. 1 —Con- !
tending that it sounds unpatriotic^
to have German measles, the sol- •
diers at the cantonment here who,
are suffering from the much abused j
malady have started a movement to |
change the name of the disease to ■
"Liberty measles." Camp surgeons
who have heard the gibes and jokes j
aimed at their patients are so sym- ;
pathetic, it was said last night, they
might make an appeal to Washing-!
ton to have a new brand of measles ;
officially designated.
,
er a ff ec ted part, the relief will |
Lame back may come from over
work, cold settled in the muscles of
the back, or from disease. In the
two former cases the right remedy
is EALLAHD'S SNOW LINIMENT.
It should be rubbed in thoroughly ov
Le prompt and satisfactory.
25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle,
by BELANGER DRUG CO.
Price
Sold
ARCADE
THEATRE
The House With Cushion Seats
SUNDAY
Gladys Brockwell
"A Branded
Soul"
Geo. Ovey
Jerrys Double
Cross
Hank Mann
"HIS MERRY MIX-UP"
Open 3. P. M. 8 Big Reels
11c Everybody
War-Saving Stamps
(Continued from yesterday)
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TRANSFER. '
1. Can I sell or transfer my War- ;
! Savings Certificate to any one? '
g Nq The certificate is not trans-'
• ^ , g of , ue to the owner !
except jn ^ Qf death or dis .
j abJ * ' ;
| y '
■ Should I sell a Thri
ablty.
1. Should
any one?
j A. No. Your Thrift Card has
; your name in it and should be filled
with sixteen 25-cent Thrift Stamps .
and exchanged at a postoffice, bank |
; or other authorized agency for a i
!
j
;
, ...
| second, or the third class, subject to
War-Savings Stamp. j
Registration. j
1. Should I register a War-Savings i
If you wish to secure
case the certificate is
Certificate?
2. Yes.
payment in
lost.
1. Am I required to register it?
2. At any postoffice of the first.
such regulations as the Postmaster
General may prescribe.
2. No.
1. Where can I register it?
When can I register.
2. At the time of purchase or any j
later time.
1. Is there any charge for régis- !
tration?
2. No. j
1. Can I register Thrift Stamps or i
my Thrift Card?
2. No. ;
1. Can I register a War-Savings;^
Stamp that is not attached to a War-j
Savings Certificate? .
2. No. 1
Q. Can I register a War-Savings
Certificate for any one else?
A. No.
Q. Should a married woman use
her own or her husband's name,
when registering?
A. Her own—Mrs. Mary Brown,!
and Mrs. John Brown. ,
Q. Suppose a married woman 1
wishes to surrender her War-Sav-|
ings Certificate which is registered
in her husband's name? j
A. She would sign herself Mary j
Jones, now by marriage Mary
Q. If I have five War-Savings I
Stamps on my War-Savings Certifi
cate and have it registered and I
put one more stamp on, must I have
it registered again to have protec
tion on my stamp?
A. Yes. Each stamp must be
registered.
Loss.
It
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Q. If I lose some detached Thrift j c
Stamps, can I get my money back? i
A. No. These stamps are of value
to the bearer, just as postage stamps.
are. \
Q. If I lose my Thrift Card, what A.
can I do? S
A. Be sure to put your name and
address on the Thrift Card, so that
if the finder drops it in any post- j ••
office box, without postage, it may
be returned to you.
Q. Is an unattached War-Savings
Stamp of value to any one who finds.
lit?
A. Yes. For this reason you
should attach it to your War-Savings
Certificates at the time of purchase
You should write across the face of
the stamp your name and the num
ber of your certificate.
Q. If a registered War-Savings
Certificate is left or destroyed, what*
should I do?
A. If it is not returned to you
within a reasonable time, report it
to your postmaster where you had
the certificate registered.
Q. How do I get my money back
if my registered War-Savings Cer-'C
tificate is lost?
A. By applying at the postoffice
where you registered it.
Payment at Maturity.
Q. Where does the United States
Government pay the $5 on January
1923, for each War-Savings
Stamps attached to a War-Savings
Certificate?
A. At either the Treasury Depart
ment in Washington or at any mon
ey order postoffice, after ten days
notice.
Q. Where is payment made if the
certificate is registered?
A. At the postoffice where the
certificate is registered.
Payment Bafora Maturity.
Q. If it is necessary before Jan
uary 1, 1928, to have money for my
War-Savings Certificate how can I
get it?
A. If it is not registered, take it
to any m6ney order postoffice and it
will bé redeemed, after ten days'
written demand, as prescribed by
the rules of the postoffice Depart
ment. If registered, take it to the
postoffice where registered.
Q. What do I get in cash for each
War-Savings Stamp attached to my
War-Savings Certificate if I surren
der it?
A. The amount is indicated on the
table, which is printed on the back
of each War-Savings Certificate.
Q. Can I surrender my Thrift
Card for cash?
A. No.
Q. If I must have money on my
Thrift Card? and Thrift Stamps, j
how can I obtain it.
A. By filling the Thrift Card and }
exchange it for a War-Savings j
Stamp, which has a redeemable
value,
Q. Is the postoffice the only placet
whe re I can surrender my War -1
Savings Certificate before its matur-!
ity and pet my money back,
.
to surrender my ar- avi ga j.
tificate for cash, what rate of mter
ity and get my money back,
A. Yes.
Q. How much notice must I give
the postoffice?
A. Ten days' notice.
Q If I should find it necessary
my invest
est would I receive on
ir ' enl
1. If have regr, c ed a War
ings Certificate in one city and
tu annijer, <'c T have tc "0
back to the city where I registered
to get my money?
2. No. You may, by applying to
the postmaster where your certifi
cate was registered, have your reg
ulation card transferred to any
postoffice you may designate.
1. Can I write my name on a
stamp to' identify it?
2. Yes.
O.
1 !
Information,
1. How large is a Thrift Stamp?
2. It is slightly larger than a 2
cent postage stamp and green in ccl
or.
j What size is a Thrift Card?
2. It contains spaces for sixteen
Thrift Stamps and, when folded fits
poc ket. Is is 4x8 inches in size.
j How large is a War-Savings
Stamp?
1 2. It is about the size of four
pos tage stamps and green in color.
1 . How large is a War-Savings
Certificate?
2 . It is a folder, size 4x8 inches,
containing twenty spaces for War
Savings Stamps.
j Where can information be ob
, tained regarding War-Savings Certif
1 j cate an d Thrift Stamps?
2 . At postoffices, banks, or other
agenc ies, or by addressing the Na
j tional War-Savings Committee,
j Washington, D. C.
It Pays To Buy At The
SPECIALTY STORE
List of - registrants in Ward Sixth,
Franklin Precinct, who will have to
c h ange party affiliation in order to
par ti c Ip a te in next Democratic
:
Sixth Ward
A.
Achee ' E '. A ' j
Arceneaux, Laurence .
Arbaugh, John,
••
Berry, W. S.
D.
Beadle, Albert
Bernauer, George
Bernucho, A.
Baggett, T. E.
Blum, Maurice
Bibbins, J. J.
Blanchard, Herbert
Bourg, A. L.
Blakeman, Walter
Bookshe, Thomas C.
Brownell, John J.
Bibbins, John J.
Boudreaux, John J.
Boudreaux, D. J.
Breaux, E, L.
Brown, E. L.
Brown, J. F.
Breiter, Robt,
Como, Alex
Collins, J. A,
Cutrera, A.
Clay, M. N,
Comeaux, Geo. E.
Collins, J. T.
Deslattes, H.
Doiron, James
Dreher, Thos. E.
Deslatte, August
Dugas, J. E.
Ditch, Wallace M.
Dupuis, Camille O.
Ditch, Ernest E.
Dimaggio, Luke
Dyer, Jos. M.
Delas, E. J.
DeGravelles, C. C.
F.
Fangue, Theophule
Fangue, Joseph
Fahrenholt, John J.
Fangue, Noah
Fangue, Anatole
Gremaud, A. T.
Grow, Eugene
Goldman, J. J.
Gray, Chas. S.
Ghirardi, P. B.
Grizzaff, L.
H.
Hutton, Wm.
Johnson, O. B.
Kleinpeter, If. F.
Kahn, Leon.
O.
Loeb, Raphael.
Luke, Ellis D.
Logan, E. L.
Levy, W. J.
LeBlanc, Audrecie
Lehman, Meyer
Loeb, Sol
Lesh, G. WL
Lipscomb, J. I.
Loeb, Henry
Mancuso, Nick
Maitland, Robt.
Meynard, S. J.
Moncrief, J. F.
Newman, J. L.
Norman, M. E.
P.
Olivier, Edgar
O'Brien, B.
O'Brien, Geo. S.
R.
Prohaska, James F.
Picou, Geo. J.
Pharr, E. A.
Patterson, Jos.
Paddock, I. W.
Pettigrew, A. W.
Reno, Randolph
Robichaux, W. A.
Reed, Warren B.
Rogers, N. L.
Roes, Heyman
Russo, Guiseppe
Russo, Sam.
6th Ward, 1st Precinct
Senac, St. Clair
Semaritano, Joe
Strauss, Albert.
Telotte, n. C.
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Terrebonne, Yves, B.
Vaughn, Frank.
W.
Walsh, David C.
Wrigborg, E. D.
Wilmore, Madison.
Z.
Zuelke, O. J.
I will be at the Court House ev
ery day, acting as Deputy Registrar
for convenience of the above par
ties who may wish to change their
party affiliation to the Democratic
Party.
L. J. ADAMS,
Deputy Registrar.
Morgan City. La., Jan. 30, 1917.
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THE CHRISTMAS CLUB OVER
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