The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 9, 1939 · Page 5
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Ludington, Michigan
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Saturday, September 9, 1939
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/Si SATURDAY, SEPT. 9,1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE FfVfe . ; • *ri The Proof Of The Profits In These Want-Ad Offers Is In Answering Them ' PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Ually rate per line for consecutive Intrtlons: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines $ .81 f ,Tl )nc day. 3 lines 36 .30 Advertising ordered for Irregular in- vrtions lakes the one time insertion ate; no ad taken for less than basis of lirei? lines. Count six average words to the line. Charge ads will be received liy telc- ilione, and if paid at The Daily News )ffice within six days from the first nscrlion cash rate will he allowed. Ads ordered for three or 3ix days and topped before expiration will he barged only for the number of times he ad appeared and the adjustment nadc at the rate earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit •r reject any Classified advertising copy. Rate per line for white space is the a me as a line of copy. Announcements 'lowers aad Mourning Goods 4 TT FLOWERS—And funeral work. Tel. 072. Frank Nordine, 810 K. Ludington Ave. SUITS Personals • IHI. WANTS—Place to work fur room and board while attending Liidinqton high school. Write Box 113. Fountain. III.I. STORK PIANO—For use of it. Musi be in fairly good condition. Tel. •101-W. Strayed, JL.OSV Found 10 for $12.00 Just a few left. PENNEY'S 1U38 CHEVROLET— DcLuxc 2-door sedan, 1U35 Chev. 4-rtoor sedan, 1033 Chcv. sport roadster, 1937 Ford coupe, two line Vnri\ Tudors, 1934 Ford For- dor, 1D36 Oids-(i coupe, 1935 LaSallc sedan, 1932 Ponliac coach. 1931 I'on- tiac coach, 1931 Olds-fi sedan, 1932 Uuick G-whcel sedan, 1929 IJuick sedan, 1928 Huick sedan, 1930 Packard sedan, 1930 Essex coupe, 1928 Studc- bakiT sedan. TRUCKS 1JI31 Ford truck equipped with hydraulic hoist and dump box, $250; JUT' Chev. It.-\vt. truck with platforms, $125; 102!) Ford chassis and cab. SH5; 1937 Ford pickup like new, S3S5: 1931 Ford pickup, a bargain at SISO; 1935 Ford panel delivery, $200. Wo are making room for new model* and these cars are all bargain priced lor quick removal. LUU1NGTON AUTO SALES. Tel. GOO. Trailers 'Ol'ND—Truck lire. Owner may have i same by identifying and paying for ail. Will' hold 30 days. S23 K. Melcndy. TrI. 558. Automotive ^^^^^^^X^^/^XV^NX'V'.^^X'W%^ Automobiles for Sate 11 lARGAIN I SKI) CARS—1931 V-8. 1932 Mudil-n Ford, l«30 Mmlel-A Ford. 1929 Kurd; also cars for S25 and tip. Hrodj Itruv, -129 I-:. Dovvlaud St. 'Oil SAI.K—modcl-A Fords, Chevrolets, Plymniillis. I'srd cars, $20.00 up. Barton's, F.ast Ludington avenue. FOR SALE— Choice of five house trailer. 1 -, low priced. Call at Alstrom and Anderson's, Business Service Repairing — Service Stations 16 KOAIl SKK VI CE— Day or night. For night service call 692. Hctka Garage, 1102 S. Madison. Tel. 860. Services Offered •OIU)—1931 Victoria, new tires, S12:..0(l. , fall Sunday at 501 N. flaylord Ave. \OI!R PAY ENVELOPE— May depend on ; your eyesight. Don't lake chances on i poor glasses. C'hinncry, Scottvillc. I Al. IH.'MAS RADIO SERVICE — KCA Vic! lor Radio. Kxperl service on anv radio. 225 h. .i.iinvs si., and Scoltville. a:ss CHEVROLET—Del.tixc- Tudor. 23.000 mis., $500; also cook stove like new, $25; o;ik! and dinini; table. S15. Mrs. Walter .lurobson, I mi. K., 'i mi. S. of Mclsrnlieimer's corners. Cook with DRIGAS the Bottled Cooking Gas Oressmaking and Millinery | HEMSTITCHING—Stamped goods; cliil- i drrn's Mills, dresses; infants' wear. ' Needlework Shop. 211 S. James St. Dri-Gas Has a Higher B. T. U. Rating; — Burns Cleaner—Lasts Longer. ROPER RANGES ROUND OAK TWO-OVEN COMBINATION RANGES. H. SMEDBERG &SON Cuslcr, Mich. MYERS WATER SYSTEMS. WESTING HOUvSE REFRIGERATORS Repairing and Refinishing 25 IS THERE ANYTHING WRONG—With your watch? If so. bring il to me for np.iir. Hamilton's. 225 S. James St. Employment utl» Wanted — Female GIRL OR WOMAN—Wanted for general hoiiM-'Work. One to go home nighls. Apply bocwrrn 3:30 and .">:3fl p. in. Mrs. Robert Wayt. 307 N. .lames St. CMIU. WANTl'.I)—For telephone sales work, U hrs. daily. Write J. II., Box 71, LudiiiKton. POPEYE An Interrupted G-ame of Solitaire WELL, 60 RIGHT 1M AMD SEE HIM,EXCDSE ME FOR WOT ArJWOUKlCIKiG VOU ~ WISH TO SEE } C'MOKl, \ DOCTOR BUGGED/ , POPEVE, THE SAILOR AMD DOCTOR BUGGE THE WEATHER-MAK) MR.KUCHOLS? Copr. 19)9, Ring Feiture* Syndicate, tnc Can't Keep a Good Man Down SMITH Trademark Registered U. is. Patent Otfice SCORCHy GOT I / SORRV| MISS- B-BUT UNCLE AND SCORCHy ARE TRAPPEDE OUT-BUT jl LOOKS BAD IN THE PLANE.'.' J WHEN HE TRIED ^\ NOTHING WE TO SAVE UNCLE THE PLANE WENT UNDER Trademark Registered V. S. Pateui Office Gangway! DICKIE DARE AW-TU' H£CX W/TW /T/ I'M HOT TH' TVPe PER A TOUKI&T, POOCH! - J GOTTA dt INDIA! OH THE FK&I6HTSK, TO FOLLOW 7HE OF T PARE' n6EL.F rue. Mcietir TOWN OP- MA6QAT |A7 ARABIA Live Stock s>«sxs^ i w-%^-^j'*s - ^^s.»—-i^v^w^xs Dogs, Cats, Other Pets PUMPS WATtn SYSTEMS • HAY TOOLS-D00« HANOEHS Mill. OK WOMAN W\NTKn—For j;en- eral housework. Call G07-II or in(|uirc at -KIS W. Court St. WAITUKSS WANTED. 517 S. James St. Tin: COFFKK POT. THOROUGHBRED SCOTTIE PUPPIES for sale. For appointment phone 761. Horses. Cattle, Vehicles 48 ll. si>U.o»ltK(i Hi. nuN, Musical Merchandise ISAY CKI.DINC;—5 yrs. old. wt. about l.GOO; for sale. II. II. Wittc. 1 mi. W. i Ilivcrlon townhall; K.I, LudiiiRton. ' Hel» Wanted—Male 33 j WANTED TO HIRE—Married man for 1.1 nil work for - mos. John Conrad, > R. .1. Scoltville. Tel. I26-F-12. I WANTED—Hoy with bicycle and man with car for light delivery. Wrile J. M., Box 71. Ludinglon. I | THOROUGHBRED "BIG BOY"—1U mos. ; old; also white Wyanclnlte pullets for sale. IKrman Seidler. R. 1, Custer. The fur industry brought white men to Chicago. And Cht- j cugo is today one of the greatest ! fur markets in the world. Merchandise Articles for Sale IJI40 WESTINUIIOUSE—PTVcision-bnilt radios on display, S10.S5 to $79.95. Consoli- and table models buUt for tcjc!- vision. and record-playing attachments. New beauty, tone and quality i at a very low prica. 11. Smedberg & Son, Custer. SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted fur this column will be published two times for 25 cents. Each ad must bear name and address of advertiser^ They must be accompanied by cash or stamps. Ads must be brought or mailed to The News, none taken by telephone. If ads involve exchange of labor for commodities, or vice versa, they will be placed in a special Labor Exchange department and run free of charge. Trademark Regrlsiere* U. 8. Patent Office 51 A Welcome "Guest" EVERYWHERE! STF,—The n-w Sparlon snfe Stock-Aide electric fencers. Portable and well built wi!h twin si'-'iial and voltmeter. $12.9. r ) to $19.95. II. Smedberg & Son, Custer. SIX-VOLT WIND CHAKC-F.K—IBS-amp, battery. 150-ff. wire, used 3 months, $17.50. L. II. Grimpr, Ford Lake (near Fountain). Paints, Varnishes 53A IT'S TIME TO PAINT—We have Monarch paint, 100<7r pure. Complete line of inside and outside paints. \V. E. UEADEIl & CO., ill CUSTEK. F»rm and Dairy Products 55 GET YOL'K GEKM.YN canning now. Kistler Packing House. PRUNES—For & Woodward FOIl SALE—Tomatoes, siiuash, potatoes. Charles TeUlofl, : ;, mi. S. of Amber corners. Seeds, Plants, Flowers 63 UALDIOLI nULItS—At a special price today and Sunday. Gladdale Farm. '•' .1 mi. E. Lincoln coif grounds. Mis. F. Hoswell. CEDAR POSTS AND WOOD—Will swap for labor. William J. Hall, 609 N. Rath Ave. Rooms and Board S^- *-^-Srf-W~W-%^W^^WNX-*^V^\>-> Rooms—For Rent FURNISHED ROOM—For lady, with or without board; also furnished 3-room apt. available Oct. 1. Inq. 301 N. Delia. DRY WOOD—Or outstanding timber 3'/i mis. E. of Wannamaker's corners; will swan for cattle or hogs. Frank Knowlcs, R. 2, Branch. DUROC BOAR—I 1 i yrs. old; will swap for a heifer. Godfrey Wagner, 11. 1, 67A i Custer. _____ GOOD HAY—Will swap for youiitt cattle or what have you. Earl Leavitt, 4'/i mis. N. of Custer. Apartments and Flats 74 FURNISHED THREE-ROOM — Apartment for rent. Inq. G05 S. Washington Ave. FURNISHED APARTMENT for rent. JOHN UTZ, 124 W. FILER ST. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers SACCO PLANT FOOD— For better lawns and gardens. I'hone 16S-W. BETHKE FEED BARN. Good Things to Eat 57 SIX-ROOM, UNFURNISHED—Apt., 1st floor, centrally located, all conveniences, steam heat. Inq. 2U8 E. Filer St. Houses for Kent 7? MODERN HOUSE—For rent at 206 North Franklin street. Olmstead & Ncwberg. Phone 22 or 7!)2 evenings. UNFURNISHED HOUSE—Steam heat, fireplace; will rent first floor if desired. Inq. 411 N. Rath Ave. CHAMPION COAL Year after year, Ludington families look forward to a comfortable winter because they know Champion Domestic Coal will be on the job—always delivering maximum warmth with the least effort and tending. Want MORE heat for LESS money this winter? Order from us! WE HAVE A COAL FOR EViERY PURSE AND PURPOSE. NEW IIONIOY NOW RKADY — Save money; bring own container. John M. A. Mitnsen, y> mi. N. of Stiles corner. Household Goods 69 ALUDN'S PARLOR HEATER—In cxcul- k'lil condition; lor sale. Ini). 401 N. Lavinia St. Tel. 911-R. BARGAIN PRICKS—On good used gasoline engine washing machines, cream separators, range stoves, electric ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Mattix Store, Scottville. BARGAIN—Sun Beam automatic iron, $8.!)5; Rigid ironing board, $3.95; both for $10.25, tax paid. F. Claveau, THE PALACE, Scottville. ESTATE HEATROLA—For sale. Reasonable. Nearly new. Inq. 8H E. Melcndy St. SAVE UP TO $50—On new floor sample refrigerators. 100 gal. of oil free with Norgc Fastemp oil heaters. Wallace Knras, 210 W. Ludingtoii Ave. Tel. 604. SUPERFLAME OIL HEATERS — $34.50 and up. Grolcmat's WIFE SAVING STATION. ROUND OAK—Coal and wood ranges have been a standard of quality and bciiuty for over a century. See them at II. Smedberg & Son, Custer. USED SINGER SEWING MACHINES—$3 up. SPECIAL—All 'makes overhauled, $2.50. Dono by experts. Singer Agency, 110 S. James St. Farm Equipment 61 Bldgs. For Rent 77A TWO-CAR GARAGE—20x24. for rent- Reasonable. Inq. 605 S. _ Washington Ave. Real Estate Brokers in Real Estate B FOR BARGAINS—In real estate see Home Really Company, First National Bank Bldg. Phone 227-W. CITY LOTS—$37,50; 1 acre of land, $9.90; 5 acres of land, $22.50. Inn. G09 N. Rath Ave. Tel. 690-R. Ronses tor Sale 208 N. JAMES ST.—Suitable for rooming house, large family or flats. Bargain for cash. Shown by appointment only. A. T. Benson, Nat'l Bank Bldg. FOR SALE—Good used McCormick- Dcerlng corn binder in excellent condition. Lawrence Matrix, Scottville. Philips School Mrs. Ed Mallory and daughter, Florence, of Ludington, and Mrs. Lydia Shepherd of Milwaukee visited at the R. Mallory home Thursday evening. Mrs. L. Sorenson has returned to her school at Spring Lake where she will teach the coming year. Miss Alida Ann A'gens is teaching near Stony Lake. Miss Marion Beach will return to her school in Victory next week. TWO-WHEEL TRAILER—And 4-whcel (rubber) wagon; will swap for anything 1 can use. Babe Kokx, 1 ml. E. of Pentwater Kroger store. YEARLING COLT—Will swap for young stock or grain. II. R. Witte, 1 mi. W. of Rivcrton townhall. Describes Several Interesting Weeds (By MRS. G. PEARL DAR&) PELTON DISTRICT.—Among the many wild plants lasting into September are the night shades which belong to the potato family. The black garden or "deadly night shades" are said to be fatal, but female bumblebees visit both the wild and garden varieties to draw out pollen with their jaws. The night shades have been called a blessing to doctors and the sick. There are many names for the night shades, some of which are scarlet or snakeberry, poison flower, blue bindweed a.ndj bittersweet. The berries turn from green to yellow, then orange and scarlet. Another common weed found throughout the summer months, in waste places and roadsides, is the card teazel with purple to light shades in small headed flowers growing on footstalks. The teazel heads are used for raising nap on wool cloth and are far better than metal substitutes. The woods would not be complete without its'Witch hazel blossoms. Naming of the witch hazel can be traced to the early English colonists who, homesick for their home plants, called any plant with similar leaves by English plant names. Our witch hazel was named for an English hazel tree of the elrn with leaves of the same shape. English Stories The English stories of that tree were retold here giving a magic touch to our own witch hazel IMAGINE TH' NERVE CT THAT LITTLE SQUIRT- WRECKIN' MY TIRE LIKE THAT T SHOOLDA LET 'IM HAD ONE// OH, PETERS, CHEER UP-WElL BE HOME IN HALF AN HOUR- BESIDES. HE MEANT WELL/ VII lil'jlin RHJIMW li\ Thp A I' Frature Sri vice ^^ \ AFTER THE DOUBLE-FEATURE PERFORMANCE WITH THE TIRE THEV ROLLE-P INTO PETERS CORNERS/- AMID FAMILIAR FACES AND SURROUNDINGS THEIR RECENT TROUBLES WERE FORGOT TEN-EXCEPT THE LITTLE MAN WHOPUNCTUREP THETtgE which led to the use of witch hazel branches as a diving rod to locate springs of water, j treasure, precious ore and even | to discovering thieves. i Many a pioneer well was dug after the use of a witch hazel branch and an old poem says, concerning them: .They tell us something strange and odd About a certain magic rod That, bending down its tops derives Where'er the soil has hidden mines; Where there are none, it stands erect • Scorning to show the least respect. Late summer and fall are the more lovely for the golden rods despite their bad reputation among hay fever sufferers. They belong to the thistle family and attract many bees, beetles, flies, wasps and hornets may see a bulge in the stem. In the spring out of the bulges comes a fly which has cradled there all winter. Over 100 Varieties There are over 100 varieties. A common one, the Canada or Rock Goldenrod, are two to eight feet high. The leaves are rough and the lower ones are saw-edged. Even after snow comes the golden rod stands with brown-tipped plume-like •wands swaying gracefully in the wind. The velvet dock or great mullein may be found along fence rows and in every field now with j its fragrant yellow opening along a stalk. Uuster Miss Verna Prowant spent last week-end at Onekama at Little Camp Eden. Those from Custer who went for the - day Sunday were Rachael Miller, Robert and Addison Miller, Harvey Prowant, Russell Odean and Johnnie Wittbecker. i Mrs. B. Neilan and Mrs. -William Schreck spent Tuesday in Pentwater with Mrs. Jqe Louisier. ,. i Mrs. Sam Alligood and grandson, Vernon Alligood, who have been visiting with Mrs. Cory Augustine at her home in Lud- flowers | ington, .will spend a cpuple? /of It is not native to the United 40 or more names States and have been given to the plant usually after some disease which it was believed the plant could cure. In the middle ages the stalk was used as a candle-wick and because it is so easy to obtain i funeral torches. The plant has from the flowers, their pollen and honey. Here, too, you can see among the feasters, the locust-tree borer, and the wasp- beetle. Later come the birds to eat and carry away the seeds. ' their cheeks with the When the leaves are gone one in place of today's rouge. a hair-like covering which gives it a downy appearance. Humming birds gather the tiny hairs to line their nests and in pioneer times girls rubbed leaves weeks at the home of Mrs, tie Kenney before returning to their home in North Caroltnai Mr. and Mrs. Lester Babbit of Muskegon were callers Satur- rinv evening at the James McMaster home. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Otto Allison,,,<rpl! Scottville were giiests Wedn^s- day eveningv Aug. 30, of and Mrs. Mr. arid Reene. rs. Charles .' Greejn were dinner guests Sunday with their Mrs. Eugene Cowell, pf. ton. il. , „'!..», I, 1 "., •

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