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J J* 3# fttuli tel- -•:■ — Ü«. ■ MORGAN CITY'S . Strongest Financial Institution« ^ SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE choose a successful bank with which to carry their accounts. This is why this bank is favored with the business of most of Morgan City's represen tative firms and individuals. We invite you to open an account with us. Capital and Surplus $100,000. Resources nearly One Million PoBars. _ Member Federal Reserve System* a a. pharr. wm sw. k. a. hood, CMkh* M. COTXSM. PtiiMwI m. a norman. vmfm. c r. LTKca. am. Personals Miss Elda Richard and little niece and nephew of Berwick will leave Tuesday for Houma to spend a while with Mr. and Mrs. Tho Richard. Mr. George Davis of Berwick is a business visitor to Houma. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mensman and children of Patterson were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Toups. Mr. W,. Cornell of New Orleans is g Visitor, hare «oday. !,f ifirfd r Edi Mfflfer has returned from • Wilt !tb' / Ntw Orleans. '/IWs.' 1 Emily Olivier has returned ffthn'Spending a few days with rela tives in New Orleans. Mr. ,P. Johnson of North Carolina has joined Mrs. Johnson and daugh ter here to spend a few days. ' Mr..and Mrs. E. P. Lodrlgue weft visitors to .Houma Sunday. Ml*, and Mrs. Pontiff, accompanied by Miss Gertrude Boudreaux, are spending a few weeks in Houma. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Arceneaux and acfr : fepènt Saturday and Sunday at AÂWIà. E""l ? < »• »!!?.." Eliy'fef flrfbodaux is a busi neïUVisrt'dr kidé' today. ' à Mrsi« ÿdhttt MtrtfHlen and daugh ters of 1 'Macon,c'G*., who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Nor man, left Sunday for their home. Mr, L. L. Peatross has purchased the stock in the Arcade Theatre from Mr. Wm. Krisle, and from July 1st, will be sole owner of the playhouse, where he will endeavor to please the public. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dantin and children have returned from a visit to Franklin. M iss Clara.' Blum spent with friends in Franklin. Sunday —— " •'"O—r--* ] PRESENTS I TODAY ZIP, PEP, DASH AND SPEED! HERE'S A FILM THAT CERTAINLY DOES MOVE FAST AND EVERY FOOT OF IT IS FULL OF FUN, TOO. IT IS "HIT OR MISS" IT'S THE LATEST WORLD PICTURE. THE STARS ARE CARLYLE BLACKWELL AND EVELYN GREEUEY YOU ARB BOUND TO ENJOY THIS PRODUCTION. Mrs. H. J. Boudreaux and son have returned from a visit to Port Arthur. Mrs. Ben Robicheaux is spendihg sometime at Averys Island. Mr. Joe Orlando is visiting rela tive^ in Houston. Mr. Hugh Swilly spent Sunday in New Orleans. Mrs. E. J. Daspit and son are vis itors to New Orleans. Miss Nell White of Clinton is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George O'Brien. Mr. Albert Toerner has returned from a visit to New Orleans. Mr. Morris Iberia is the Jackson. Hollerman of New guest of Mr. Hebert Mr. Aubry Fisher went to New Orleans to meet Mrs. Fisher, who has been visiting relatives in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher returned Sunday night. Mr. S. Brown of New Iberia is a visitor here today. Mr. J. E. Bass spent Sunday in Patterson -with Mrs. Bass who is under treatment at the St. Mary Hospital. .... Mr. W. Fields, and children of Houma are guests of Mrs. J. Fields * ^ «V ( ' m l.ri> Mr.-C .P. Lynch will leave in a few; days with the Elks special for At lantic City. DRINK PERFECTION BUTTERMLIK Phone 191 MORGAN CITY CREAMERY Cartier Ditch Aven«« And fth Street WHEN BUYING BREAD FROM YOUR GROCER, BE SURE AND ASK FOR ADAM'S ' BREAD PHONE 892. President of Brazil in Washington JC ' Dr/ Epitario I'essoa. the President elect of Brazil, who has been in this! country for several weeks', was ten i dered a farewell dinner at the Fan i American Union by acting Secretary of State Folk. At this function the 'tightening of commercial relations i between the United States and Bra jzil was strongly advocated. Secreta ry of Commerce Redfield referred at •length to the cord.al trade relat.ons »that h*te always e^ted between th.s country and Brazil. In reply President Pessca said: ''The demonstration I now receive! from the highest personification of American commerce, is among the! , , . . most pleasant that your proverbial, hospitality could afford me. One of the intentions that I take with me, for my terms of office, is _______ exactly that of developing as closely as pos sible the commercial relations of Brazil with friendly countries. AAnd the United States has twoj undeniable titles to our sympathy.} Firstly, they have always been one of Brazil's trade friends. From the first phase of our independence and through the course- of our political history, the closest relations of amity have always existed between the two nation^ Even now, at the Peace Conference, friendship showed itself more than once in a positive and eloquent fashion. Brozil's inter ests always met with the firmest support on the part of the United States, as did the American point of view with the Brazilian delegation." The visit of the President of-Bra zil comes at a happy time. It will serve to cement our relations 'with that country at the moment when Germany is presumably ready to continue her former strenuous ef forts to capture South American commerce. It is easy to understand why Germany made such inroads in South America trade before the war. She took the trouble to acquaint her self with American trade before the war. 'She took the trouble to ac quaint herself with the language and cu'stotns of the people; she made a genuine selling effort while we did but Uttle in.- that .line. . But there has been a decided changé. Spanish is being increasingly studied in this country, shipping facilities are being .greatly improved, and America is making a strong effort to win the trade of Central and South America. The Review delivered for 40c a month. to yout We Wish to announce the return of our Mr. Raoul Delas from Over-: sea service. Our service from now on will therefore be improved. Imperial Jewelry Co., T. W. SCHMIDT, Mgr. Morgan City, La. " , er of N j Your Own Flesh and Blood That fitde rosebud fragment of humanity who nestles in the cradle of your aims and coos — What are you doing to protea and nourish him and keep him comfortable? We keep a complete line ofeverything for your baby—remedies for internal disorders; gentle and soothing salves and ointments for rashes and chapped *P otl dainty toilet waten» cooling talcum, baby foods nursmg bottles, nipples, fine combs, soft brushes. Borah 9 s Drug Store LCMMUa PM*. ST mmi It L. ». TSRS EL. M A LIVE STORE IN A LIVE TOWN" I Flashes From The ■*/ v Mrs. Boh Collins, tftter a her mother, Mrs. Walter Y. returned Saturday to her New Orleans. Mrs. Walter Berwick is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Frank Davis, in New Orleans. The Episcopal Sunday School I jts annua , pjcnic at C harenton Shell 1 BcachSaturd A number of grown j peop]ç as Veil as children enjoyed L )ie day _ visit Kemper, home Mr. Estes Frost returned from Francisco, Cuba, last week, where he has been working for the past j four months . j _ . _ Mr. and Mrs. Everett Grout of Columbus, Miss., were the guests of Thc specifica 7 ions ' for the model roads of gt Mary call for morc Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Barnett, Sunday. solid and complete parish new has. roatjs than the The town of Patterson has started construction work of its streets. The Elks of New Iberia gave picnic out at the Charenton Shell Beach Sunday. The Police Jury will hold its reg ular meeting Wednesday, at which a great deal of business will be trans acted. The method of financing the home service work now being dem onstrated, by the United States Gov ernment, will be one of the subjects for discussion ; also the continuation of the "cattle tick" eradication, al so contracting with the State and Federal highway departments for the building of the model roads. Auto Transfer Service FERRY H. HOOD, Prop. TELEPHONE 105 Prompt and Careful Attention Your Patronage Solicited "FAKE" ASPIRIN WAS TALCUM therefore Insist Upon Gen uine "Bayer Tablets pf Aspirin" A Millions of fraudulent Aspirin Tab lets were sold by a Brooklyn manu facturer which later proved to be composed mainly of Talcum Powder. " Bay^r Tablqt^.of Aspirin" the. true, genuine, American made and Ameri can owned Tablets are marked with the safety "Bayer Cross." , Ask for and then insist upon "Bay er Tablets of Aspirin" and always buy them in the original Bayer package which contains proper directions and dosage. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester of Salicylicacid. - RAIN OR SHINE SET IN YOUR CAR AND START IT. Mr. Berniard of Steam Bakery said that he saves about one half rail™ his trips every day, and the starter is O K k aU0D ' PEERLESS STARTING SYSTEM FOR FORD CARS 8TARTEE .................... HOT SHOT BATTERY ....... ............... , INSTALLING .................. V.V.V.V.Ï.Ï.V.* l 50 TOTAL ............................................. D. C. WALSH, Agent, Morgan City, La. ANNOUNCEMENT— SHOP BY RAVING YOUR CLOTHES MADE AT HOME TOU A EE Minn TOGETAFIT. „AS Y OU TRY THEM ON IN THE BA8TINGAND «3 WHAT YOU ARB GETTING, AND BESIDES, TOU ARE GETTING nil TAILORING AND NOT FACTORY WORK. A. J. GLASER CUSTOM RUMOR AND shirt maker CLEANING AND NMH4G FBONB M WOKK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED PLUMBING AND SEWER CONTRACTING Antonini & Golden Morgan City, La. Phone 324. The Same Otcf Story Every newspaper you read these days tells the same old story of valuables lest by fire of theft. I Why do people take these risks when they know the odds are right against them? And it costs such be sure your valuables are safe—to rent a Safe Deposit Box hv o mp w hir > » m . .. $1.00 per year and up; -"Dela y i a p cH danger. Do it TODAY! M«**** Cl*'* ; BANK of MORGAN CITY First On Roll of Honor CEFALU "COMFORTABLE " MAN TO DEAL WITH - You'll firtd Cefalu a mighty "comfortable" man to deal with—:»fcht •• well start now*. Mistakes are must carefully avoided, but when mjstaJW does occur, we meet the issue cheerfully, promptly, and 100 per cent, ws never argue. CEFALU TAILORING CO. CLEANING AND FRÉ88ING We call and deliver, Phone 43. ooooooooooooo<x>o<><><>o<>ooo<x><>o<>oooow Ope House ra THE HOME OF BIG FEA TU RES SEATS FOR EVERYBODY SOL LOEB, Manager TODAY SR1AL NIGHT "BRASS BULLET" EPISODE NO. 7 LKo COMEDY-NEWS WEEKLY TOMORROW ONE OF THE BIGGEST FEATURE RELEASES OF THE AGE "HEARTS ASLEEP" A MUTUAL SPECIAL A. EGGETT Embalmer and FunenT Director PHONE THREE ONE Morgan City, La.