The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 12, 1939 · Page 5
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Ludington, Michigan
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Tuesday, September 12, 1939
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v £ TUESDAY, SEPT. 12, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LODINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE FIVE , __ _ , ; i — ' - ** Make Your Leisure Time More Profitable Read The Daily News Want Ads! PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Mally rate per IJnc for consecutive Insertions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines * .81 I .73 One day. 3 lines 36 .30 AdvcrtlsinB ordered for Irregular Insertions takes the one time insertion rate; no ad taken for less than basis of three lines. Count six average words to the line. Charge ads will be received by telephone, and if paid at The Daily News Office within six days from the first insertion cash rate will be ailowcd. Ads ordered for three or six days and stopped before expiration will be charged only for the number of times (lie ad appeared and the adjustment made at the rale earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. Rate per line for white space is the same as a line of copy. JUST RECEIVED Corduroy Yard goods, 36 inches wide, narrow wale, in all new fall shades. 49c PENNEY'S Hel» Wanteu—Male 33 Announcements Flowers acd Mourning Goods 4 CUT FI.OWEKS—And funeral work. Tel. tn;>. Frank Sordine, 810 E. Ludinglon AVP. Personals MEN! GET VIGOR AT ONOE! New Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contain general Invlgorators. blood "resencnitors.'' oyster elements for vim. vigor, pep. Hen. $1.00 si/.e. special today 89e. Call, write Sahlmark's Pharmacy. Strayed, Losv Found 10 STKAYEI) TO MY FARM—English sct- Irr. Indiana dog license on collar. Dazlcl Ilcrgez, Walhalla. Automotive ^•X^^VX* P >.^WV^*-^^'*^%* P S^V Automobiles for Sake 11 BARGAIN USED CARS— 1934 V-8, 1932 Modi-l-n Ford. 1930 Model-A Ford. 1929 Ford: also cars for $25 and up. Brody Bros., -lyj K. Uowland St. OPENING SEPT. 15—For ambitious service minded man. Established nationally advertised product. Business and accounts in territory will be turned over to man selected. Income about $40 weekly to start. Not sales work, clean record most Important. Fine opportunity. Write P. .1., Box 71, c-o Daily News, giving age, phone, etc., also iidvis" if in position to finance self necessary merchandise and equipment, about S:i75 Inlly secured. Will extend financial aid for expansion purposes to right man. Confidential. POPEYE U. 8. Patent Office Trademark Registered Salt for the Birdie's Tail! DO VOUVJISH *MILLION DOLLARS, SPEAK Of? MV TIME VALUABLE ) J s * WANJT rr IN V THE IMTERSK OFS SCIENCE, DOCTOR .SOGGE KIN ESPLAlSj MR.MICHOLS,) AM THE WEATHER MAN, QUITE FREQUENTLY YOU PHOK1E MV OFFICE AMD COMPLAIN ABOUT THE WEATHER, OTHERS DO THE SAME ^ IN THE COUNTR.V O NEOTOP1A. IS A RAINBIR.D WHICH CONTROLS THE WEATHBR A RA\NBIK.D?0 > WES, A RAIN- BIRD WE WISH TO OOTF1T ) AN EXPEDITION TO NEOTOP1ATO CAPTURE THIS RAINBIRD I V DIDW' BLOW ME ) KNOW DOWN]!-/I World right* 1919. King Ftatuft* Syndtcite, Inc.. SCOBUHY SMITH Trademark Registered U. b. Paten: Office SXSV^X^XSNXNSN^t^NS'W< > >S%^"VXr" Revival Day Help—Male and Female 34 DANCE HANI) WANTED—For local night cltib; pinno. drums and saxophone, 'llamrll's Lake Shore Inn. Tel. 132-11 for audition. Live Stock ^^^^N-^N^-^x-t^^^^s^^x^N^^ Dogs, Cats, Other Pets 47 IIOUNOS—'"', Knslish beagle, >.!, hluctick, M nios. old. partially trainrd for hiint- inc; for sale. W. CJ. Stevens, Cusler. Horses, Cattle, Vehicles 48 ' TAKE ITEASV.SON-A WE'LL HAVE YOU 9UT OP THE DRINK IN A JIFFY / DON'T WORRY ABOUT ME All niuM* Rrurwl lir Th« AP PMlurt Bvrvtri HE'LL BE ALL RIGHT-HE'S COMING TO NOW/ FOIl SAI.K—Two extra good Guernsey cows, fresh. Riley Yaple, It. 1, Pentwater. FOIl SALK—M«dcl-A Fords, Plymouth*,. I'scrt cars. $20.00 up. Bar- j ton's, F.Tsl l.iidliiRton avrnuo. .LEGHORN HENS AND PULLETS—I Chevrolet*, | months old. for sale cheap. Harry Chrislcnsen, R. 4, Ludington. Lower iramlin. I.-OKD—1931 Vifloria, new tires, perfect, j SI25.00. Inq. M'l N. Ciaylnnl \\f. | Business Service Repairing—Service Stations 161 Al'TO HAKCAINS—Anil acet.vlniu- weld-i iiiK and Din job is .ihv.iv>, donr riKlil. ' Ilrlka Ci.itaKC. I10L' S. Madison St. Services Offered 18 DICKIE DARE Trademark Registered U. S. Pateiiv Office G-ood Luck to Starboard Merchandise^ Articles for Sale 51 i FOR SAI.F.—"Idral" lawn mower sliarp- | riicr. 1 1 h.p. plirlrir motor, lawn mow- i IT parts; all at u burRaln. -102 N. \Vil- I Ham. FOIl SAI.K C11 FAT—Good. stronR baby hiiRpy and \vhito crib Rood as new. Ini|. 104 W. Dowland St. \Ti)UM\s' ItuiuTsFnATrF iir\ vi7 ' rol! < ; »" T S «>" I'KKSONAI. USK—we lot• IlidlJFx ,Tl "rvfcT on \nv " ffrr a '•'•nipl.-lr III..- of lorUots, crosses radio. SSi. .Janu's St! and Scottvmo. I ""» «*»'»«• Hamilton's. 228 S. .la.m-s. Cleaning, Dyeing, Renovating 20 j MEN'S SUITS ^S plain dre*s Clranrrs. Drv cleaned and pressed; •-os. 4!)c. l.mllngton Dry • aim's A; Foster Sts. j SIX-VOLT WIND CHARGER—Ifi5-amp. battery. l">o-fl. win-, used 3 months, SI7.50. I.. II. Grlmpc, Ford Lake (near EAND HO.' ^ee IT, UTTI.& BLUS THINK • • IT'6 INDIA.' Ji6r THOUGHT o 1 iOU DOH'T HlHDUZTAH! rJOW 'R' V4 SONNA && A voy cAtt'r TALK 6OIH6 TO IBT THE= HELP! vou OF JU6T THE 6AM&, ir ... BE QUIT& ^OMe JOB TO 'A &OOD HEY/ LOOK! THE FIR4T RIGHT OF?- _ Business and Office Equipment 54 Employment Tinted—Female 32 FOR Klc A DAY—Buy a portable Remington-Hand typewriter at .1. II. Chinnery's, Scottville. 1 FOR SAI.K—Dry li.ird wood, $2.75 per I cord. :t cords. $7.50; stove-length hemlock t'tlKiUKs, 3 cord loads. $(j. K. K. 1 Olinstead, K. I, I.udlnRton. Tel. 16-F-.1. GIRL OVER 18—General small l.imily. Apply IMa'-nert cottage, j l.iiii!: Lake, near Dodge filling station, ; \\.iili.i 1l,i. I TIIKrF.-CAI.. COFFF.K I'ltN—Fitted for housework, botllrd i;as. for sale; also 18-in. square. meal blocl<. lloth in A-l condition. Tolvcv's Itcstaiiraiit, Scottville. <;i!U, on \V4)MAN WANTED—For Rrn- , rral houseworU. (,'all G07-R or inquire r \\M\C; at 105 W. Court St. i Farm and Dairy Products 55 PEACHES — Several varieties, 5(lc per bushel. Cliarl-'s McDonald, R. 1, Ludington. Tel. 35-K-ll. SACCO PLANT FOOD—For better lawns and gardens. BETHKE FEED BARN. Phone 165-W. SEASONED HARD WOOD—For sale; 1 cord, S~."><>: 2 cords, S-1.75. Delivered. Phone 308-11. FURNISHED APARTMENT — For light housekeeping at 802 N. Pcrc Marquette St. Tel. 85G-R. I URNISIIED APT.—Heated, Frigidaire, innerspring mattress, garage.; also cottages. Inq. 201 Park St. Tel. 837. Houses for Kent TJ Pliny, a Roman writer of the j TOMATOKS—33c per bn.; also com for MODERN HOUSE—For rent at 20B Nort.h Franklin street. Olmstead & N jwberg. Phone 22 or 792 evenings. first, century A. D., recorded that j .soaps wore known to the Ger- ' mans. The soaps, however, were not used for housecleaning, and only by the more progressive individuals for bathing. — . canning. Helge Johnson. «, mi. S. of Amber corners, 1st house K. NEW HONEY NOW READY — Save money; bring own container. John M. A. Hanscii, V- ml. N. of Stiles corner. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers ati Household Goods IlKY HARD WOOD—For sale: 1 cord, $'J.Tf>; 2 cords. $5.00, Delivered. IMiuite 070-M. BARGAIN—Sun Beam automatic iron, SS.95; Rigid ironing board, $3.95; both for $10.25 tax paid. F. Clavcau, THE PA LACK, Scottville. WHY PAY RENT? BARGAIN PRICES—Oi. good used gasoline engine washing machines, cream separators, range stoves, electric ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Mattix Store, Scottville. ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION—Is ideal anywhere. See our new G. E. and Copeland iclrigerators, $99.50. Learn about tlii'ir ft attires before you buy. W. E. READER & CO., in CUSTER. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE — For sale chvap. Inquire 207 Jefferson Street. SAVE UP TO $50—On new floor sample refrigerators. 100 gal. of oil free with Norge Fastemp oil heaters. Wallace Kuras, 210 W. LutUnglon Avc. Tel. B04. SUPERFLAME OIL HEATERS — $34.50 and up. Giotemafs WIFE SAVING STATION. Bklgs. For Rent 77A TWO-CAR GARAGE—20x24-, for rent. Reasonable. Inq. (T05 S. Washington Avc. Brokers in Real Estate R FOR BARGAINS—In city, farm and resort property see Home Realty Co., Room 8, Nat'l Bank Bldg. Bouses tor Sale 84 BY HEALTH NEIGHBORLY Trademark Registered TJ. S Pafpn* Offlrr 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. Lots for Sale 85 BUILDING LOTS—90x150 ft., $35 each, ' cash; one block from Long lake, Walhalla. Mrs. C. Phelan. Fitrrn Equipment til FOR SALE—Good used McCormick- Decring corn binder in excellent condition. Lawrence MatHx, Scottville. PUMPS-WATER SYSTEMS -HAVTOOLS-DOOB HANGERS M. SMKI>[*ERG & SON. COSTER. OI.IMW! I iCL 1 1^1117 "S'.W't-IO p XODH. Y^4 \ \i f\ •«••«»• NOW $25 to $30 A MONTH BUYS A -HOME! Today, with the Plan the Abrahamson-Nerheim Co. is Offering, RENTERS CAN BiECOME OWNERS! Payments are arranged on a monthly baslis ... each and every month will show money invested toward your own home, and the balance to be paid becoming smaller and Smaller. Enjoy this thrill of being a Home-Owner! Remember It Costs No More Than Paying Rent. SEE US FOR FREE ESTIMATES! Oifeg Abrohamson-Nerheim Cp EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING! H: Phone 13O Musical Merchandise SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted for this column 'wilt 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. 1M40 WESTING-HOUSE—I'Tvcision-huilt radios on display, $10.95 to $79.95. Console and table models built for television, and record-playing attachments. New beauty, tone and quality at a very lowprlco. <II. Smedbcrg & Sou, Custcr. •• ; • ; Specials at the Stores 04 REVOLUTIONARY—New power-air conditioning unit built into 1939 Duo- Therm heaters give same forced heat as modern furnaces. Free on all heaters purchased before Oct. 1. II. Smed- bcrg & Son, Custer. BEAN PULLER—Will swap for anything 1 can use. Stanley Ola ford; 2 mis. E. of King's corners; R. 2, Freesoil. Wanted—To Buy 66 CUCUMBER PICKLES and POTATOES. Inq. Northern Fruit Co. Tel. 942. HOMEMADE TRAILER — And 4-whcel trailer; will swap for pigs, chickens or anything I can use. Gerald Stewart, R. 1, Fountain', •. ••: TWO BABY CRIBS—And 1 bath; will swap for what have you. Walter White, > :J mi. N. of Eagle school. Rooms and Board Rooms—For Rent 67A FURNISHED ROOM—For lady, with or without board; also furnished 3-room apt. available Oct. 1. Inq. 301 N. Delia. Real Estate for Rent Apartments APARTMENT FOR RENT, Inq, Mrs. Mary Alhrccht, 106 E. FILER ST. 74 ANNUAL ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNT STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Mil son. At a session of said Court, held at tho Probate Office in the City of Ludington in said County, on the 9th day of September A. D. 1939. PrtKciil, Hon. Owen J. Gavigan, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of David Forrest, deceased, Janet Forrest having filed In said court her 'annual account as adminis- tratrix of said estate, and his petition praying for the allowance thereof, It is Ordered, That the 5th day of October A. D. 1039, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said Probate Office, be and IB hereby appointed for examining and allowing said account; It is Further Ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, for three successive weeks previous to said flay of hearing, in The Ludington Daily News, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county. OWEN J. GAVIGAN, Large Number of Cases Are Handled Through Mason- Manistee Unit The report of the Mason- Manistee county health unit department, covering a period from August 1936 through April 1939 contains some interesting statistics regarding the number of cases handled and services performed. The report was recently submitted by the health unit. In the two and one-half year period there were 11,521 field nursing .services. Of this number 3,203 were for communicable diseases and over a thousand each for tuberculosis control, infants, pr^-school' children and school children. In the period, mentioned, the' department gave 6,213 vaccinations for smallpox and 1279 immunizations against diptheria. Also included were 996 tube.r->' •culin tests and 761 x-rays. Young children came in for a great deal of attention. The report shows 641 examinations and inspections of infants and 1,615 examinations and inspections of pre-school children. School children also received great deal of service. There were 6,417 examinations and inspections of school children and 4,680 defect corrections. The services mentioned are not all of the services performed by the unit. Others were sanitary inspections, eye examinations and a large amount of dental work. Out of 2,745 dental examinations, 89 percent needed treatment. An amount of the ciental work done in the two and one-half period reported, can be gleaned r L EAKY HOSES? OH. IT'S YOU f IS IT? &ONTVOOTRlENtf ME!!-GIT OUTA HERE // BEAT IT// FURNISHED THREE-ROOM — Apartment for rent. Inq. 605 S, Washington Ave, • •'• :i/ ' "' • ; A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON, Register 'of Probate, Sept. 12, 18, 25. Judge of Probate from the statistics which show there were 8,138 dental clinic visits. As a result 3,531 children had 5,779 teeth extracted and 10,306 fillings inserted. The health department staff the report states, has traveled 98,035 miles in two and one half 7/ears, to bring health service to the people of Mason and Manistee counties. Manuscripts found by Sir Aurel Stein in central Asia show that block printing was practiced as early as 860 A. D. Historians believe the dog was domesticated about 3900 B. C. ANY LEAKY FIXED ?~OH WELL, WELL MY FRIEND GLAD T£ BUT BEFORE PETERS COULD UN LIMBER HIS HEAVY ARTILLERY MYRA INTERVENED.'/ — OVERRIDING HORSEFEATHERS' VETO SHE SET THEIR RECENT ROAD ACQUAINTANCE UP TO A PLATE OF BEANS IN THE Official Proceedings MASON COUNTY BO/VRD OF SUI'ERVISOKS August 30, 1939 At a special session of the Board of Supervisors, begun and held at the Courthouse, in the City of Ludington, County ol Mason, and State of Michigan, on Wednesday, the 30th day of August, A. D. 1939. Meeting called to order by Chairman Husenbank. Boll call, all present. Moved by Jerome and supported by Hubbell that resolution by Conservation Committee on "Bear Season" be adopted. Carried. WHEREAS, Act No. 286, Public Acts of Michigan as amended by thd 1939 legislature removed protection from bears for a period of 2 years beginning September 29, 1939, and authorizes the Conservation Department to close counties co the taking of these animals, and WHEREAS this Board has been informed that the Conservation Commission has decided to leave the matter of closing counties to the respective County Board of Supervisors. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED AS FOLLOWS: It Is hereby declared to be the recommendation of the Board of Suparvlsors of the County of Mason that the County of Mason be closed to the hunting of hears at all timrs exceot onlv durtnor .the regular deer season from November 15 to November 30 ot each year, and that this recommendation be immediately communicated to. the Department of Conservation in'orcjer that the Com- mission may take the necessary action to close Mason County to such hunting. 21 Ayes and 0 Nays. Moved by Jerome and supported by , Schrcck that matter of Hospltalization I and Treatment of Crippled Children be referred to Poor Committee. Moved by Jerome and supported by Erhotnherr that matter of compensation for Louis LeSarge be referred to committee on Sheriff's Claims. Carried. Moved by Jerome and supported by Hubbell . that communication from Paulina Stearns Hospital be laid on table. Carried. Moved by Loken and supported by Falconer that cost of new building at County Farm be paid from building fund-and that Fire Insurance from old buildina be 1 returned to building fund. 21 Ayes. Carried. Board addressed by A, W. Church on Crippled Children. Moved by Janousek and supported by Granger .to adjourn until 1:30 P. M. Carried. Afternoon Session Meeting called to order by Chairman Hasenbank. Roll call, all present. . I Moved by Hubbell and supported by Thompson that report of committee on Crippled Children be adopted. 20 Ayes, 1 Nay. Carried. Moved by Falconer and supported by Taylor that report be laid on table. 3 Ayes, 18 Nays. Motion lost. Pell, Falconer and Schoenherr appointed on committee to report on Crippled Children at October session. Moved by Bacon and supported by Janousek that report of Committee on Sheriff's Claims be accepted. .C«w Bertram that same committee attend meeting of Poor Commissioners at Lana- Ing In Septembur. Carried* Moved by Janousek and euppprtcd by Hesslund that report of Mileage Committee tje accepted. Carried. • ' ' - Days' At'n'd'ce Amt, Mis. Amt. Total C. E, Hubbell 1 $5.00 13 $1.30 $ 6.30 H, Schreck 1 5.0036 W. Bacon 1 5.00 28 0. Janousek 1 5.00 30 1. Granger 1 5.0050 E. Ward .... ......I 5.0040 F. Jnrome 1 5.00 14 G. Taylor 1 5.00 60 W. Hasenbank .. 1 5.00 54 R. Hesslund 1 5.00 10 M. Schwass 1 5.00 2.2 F. Schoenherr ... 1 H. O. Loken 1 L. Wltte 1 J. Peterson 1 E. J. Thompson ..1 H. Bertram 1 C, L. Poll 1 J. Schmock 1 H. C. Klemm .....1 D. Falconer 1 i) ( Kloved by Falconer and supported By 5.00 3G 5.00 45 5.00 16 5.00 20 5.00 2 5.00 3 5.00 2 5.00 2 5.00 2 5.00 18 E. M. Brlggs 1 5.00 18 Signed I OSCAR JANOUSEK, : E; M. BKIQGS. IRA GRANGER. Committee on General Claires. Moved by Jerome and supported Peterson that minutes of day's be considered as read. Carried. Moved by Klemm and supported Falconer that Board adjourn BU,bt • call of Chairman. Carried. •. ' ^VVM. HA8EN0ANK , - , ...•• ' " Chal *.:E. JOHNSON, , ,,. i> Clerk. .; ' t , r-,v/U '•'..'.,,.-. .. .„..% \$

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