The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 13, 1939 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS-LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE FIVE ci itm A SECTION BUILT SATIS1FIED CUSTOMERS—THE WANT ADS PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Dally rate p«r line for consecutive Insertions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines i .81 I .72 One day, 3 lines 36 .30 Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions takes the one time insertion rate; no ad taken for less than basts of three lines. Count six average words to the line. Charge ads will he received by telephone, and If paid at The Daily News Office within six days from the first insert Ion cash rate will lie allowed. Ads ordered for three or six days and stopped before expiration will be charged only fur the number of times the ad appeared and the adjustment made at the rate earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. i Rate per line for white space Is the ! same as n line of copy. JUST RECEIVED A complete stock of 'fl POPEYE U. 8. Patent Office Trademark Rerlstered Get It in Writing Mr. Nichols! Gym Shoes HOW DOES THIS) RAIMBIRD CONTROLTHE VJEATHER IN NEUTOPIA? 79c Sizes 2 to 8 PENNEY'S Live Stock VX-W-^XSV—^-^*-*-V^«-S-l"^».^-^> Dogs, Cats, Other PetS 47 Announcements^ Flowers aad Mourning Goods 4 CUT FI.OWKHS—And funeral work. Tel. • 672. Frank Nordine, 810 E. Ludlngton A vi'. HOUNDS—.i.i English beagle. '4 bluctlck, 14 mos. old. partially trained for liunl- i ing; for sale. VV. (;. Stevens, Custer. Horses, Cattle, Vebicles 48 Strayed, Losv Found 10 STKAVKI) TO MY FARM—-English setter, Indiana dog license on collar. Ba/.irl Herges, Walhalla. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 HARGAIN USED CARS—1934 V-8, 1932 Modi I-U Kurd, 1!)30 Model-A Ford, 1929 Ford- also cars for $2:> and up. lirody Bros., I-'!) K. Dowland St.. FOR SAI.K—inodel-A Fords, Chevrolets, Plyinoiiths. t'si-rt cars, $20.00 up. Barton's, Kasl l.udinKton avenue. Business Service Repairing—Service Stations 16 Al'TO n.MU'.AlNS—And acetylene weld- 1'OR SALIC—Two extra good Guernsey cows, fresh. Riloy Yaplc, R. 1, rent- water. FRESH IIOLSTEIN COW—For sale. An- loine Lal'ointr, Route 3, Scoltville. Tel. 121-F-2. I.ECillORN HENS AND PULLKTS-4 inonlhs old, lor sale cheap. Harry Chrislensen, R. •!, l.udington. Lower llaiiilin. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 FOR SAI.K—"Ideal" lawn mower sharpener, i, h.p. electric motor, lawn mower parts; all at a bargain. 402 N. William. WE HAVE—A beaiitilul assortment of i'ii|;agcincnt and wedding ring sols at various prices. Hamilton's, 225 S. .las. Business and Office Equipment 54 ing and the job Is always done right. , THHEE-CJAI,. COFFEE URN— Fitt»d lor Belka CJarage, 1102 S. Madison St. bottled gas, for sale; also 18-in. square mi at block. Both in A-l condition. siervices Offered la Tol " > > 11 » AI. DUMAS RADIO SERVICE—RCA Victor Radio. Expert service on any radio. 223 S. James SI., and Scottville. Farm and Dairy Products 55 YOU NEVER CAN WORK YOUK BEST— II ynn suffer from eyeslrain. Come in and talk it over. Chinnerv. Scottville. CAN.MNC; PKACHKS—Several varieties. 50c per bushel. Charles McDonald, R 1, l.iidington. Tel. 35-F-ll. Cleaning. Dyeing, Renovating 20 \ OOOI) CANNINfi PEACHES—For sale: ITolllic and Kalamazow. ' t mi. E. Frtncli school in Summit. A. .1. Houk. MEN'S SUITS—Urv cleaned and pressed; plain dresses, 4!tc. l.udlnglon Dry Cleaners, .lames <fc Foster Sis. TOMATOES—.15e per bii.; also corn for canning, llelge Johnson, '•• mi. S. of Amber corners, 1st house E. Kmuloyment ^X>^V^x^N^^^k^-SXV>S^V^V^ Wanted—Female fuel, f'e«a, Fertilisers .11 32 i DRY HARD WOOD—For sale: 1 cord, 52.75; 2 cords, 55.00. Delivered. Phone 670-M. housework, i TOR SALE—Dry linrrt wood, $2.75 per :.rt--rntUu;p, ' cord, S cords, S'.SOfstove'.lpnKth hem- l.oni; l.akf, ni>:ir i)O(Ui> flllinB station, ; lock edgings, 3 cord loads. $6. E. E. W.illiall.i. i Olmstead, K. 1. Ludington. Tel. 1G-K-3. CtlRI. OVER IX—Ccncral •2 •• umiill t«i«ity; Apply C1RI. OR WOMAN WANTED— FOr gen- SACCO PLANT FOOD— For better lawns eral housework. Call C07-R or inquire and gardens. BETHKE FEED BARN. at 403 W. Court St. Phone 1R.1-W Hel» Wanted—Male 33 Good Things to Eat Ml-v w \NTF1I— Tn nil mill) wood- also i NEW HONEY NOW R *' Vurk 'lo N haul Ti^ wood. 1 '!!. Vk" PoUer" ""'"^sm" 1 .? SS n N O 2f" mi itinin.. «•••.. Krnitviili'. ' A - Hanscn, \i ml. N. of 11U Ilia 1111- READY — Save stHi "comer" Stiles corner. NOW HANSEN'S CAN FURNISH YOUR HOME WITH AUTOMATIC OILHEAT With New Cole man Oil Heater . 1. "ALL-OVER" CIRCULATING HEAT \ A 2. FAST WARM-UP RADIANT HE AT With Reflector Doors Open. ^V» 1 £ M ENJOY THESE FEATURES- •fc Level, Uniform Heat Output if Automatic Fuel Control •^T Automatic Draft Control if HEATFLOWSuper.Circularion Design if Heat Fins That Boost Air Flow if Silent, Economical Operation if Heat Reflector Doors ^Beautiful Design, with Flame Jewel Window Come in 1 Let us show you this wonderful Coleman, the heater that gives you both, kinds of comfort all winter long. OIL HEATER EXTRA FREE SPECIAL! 50 to 100 Gallons of Oil Absolutely Free With Each Heater According to Size Good Only Until Sept. 23rd. P. C. Hansen Furniture Ludington's Leading Furniture Store 127 South James St. Phone 164 MEMBER NATIONAL ASSOCIATED STORJES i M 81R.O JUST >JISHES V IT SITS AND LOOKS UP AT THE SKY AND WSHES FOR PAISJ AND THE RAIN CLOUDS FORM P'RAPS VA KIK) LOAN OS VE.R B/VSKIT-? PEOPLE ARE FOREVER KEEPING THIS \S OUST ABOUT A MILLION, HAVE VOO GOT SOMETH\NG TO POT 1TV ^ELUWILLLETVOD HAN/EAMLLION DOLLARS SO VOU CAM CATCH THE RAIN- BIRO BRANG IT AT ONCE Copr. 19)9. King FcituiC! Syndicate, In SCO.RCHY SMITH Trademark Registered U. s. Paten; Oftice Prosaic Justice I'M SORRV-BUT THEIR ENDING \ WAS MORE MERCIFUL THAN THE KIND THBy DEALT OTHERS / NO USE-WE CAN'T DO ANYTHING FOR THE REST OF THEM- HOW MANY WERE ON THAT PLANE? BE SIDES THE Trademark Registered V. S. Pateb- Office Helping Hands Across the Sea ... WHV GOT OUK. OWN " FLAG R-V1NG, AND \& A HABIT OP HELPING THAT BOAT V^A . 1ACUT OH&! , PI CMS, AMP" T£L.k= WHAT FLAG F/NP AH YACHT OFF TH' COA6T OF /NP/A MIGHT 6N£ A TIP A£ TA \t*£ COULD F/MP A FAr MAHAKAJAH Househola Goods BARGAIN PRICES—Ou good used gasoline engine washing machines, cream separators, range stoves, electric ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Mattix Store, Scottville. Rooms and Board Rooms—For Rent 67 A ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE— U.ej only a short lime; for sale Friday and Saturday at 509 N. Rowe St. Sale starts at 9 a. in. LARGE RADIANT DOORS—For Quick I spot hrat arc provided on the 1939 I Due-Therm oil heatrr. Priced at $49, , up. II. Smedberg <fc Son, Custer. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE — For sale cheap. Inquire 207 Jefferson Street. ! BURNISHED 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 and Flats 74 APARTMENT FOR RENT. Inn. Mrs. Mary Albrecht, 106 E. FILER ST. SPORT NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS Trademark Registered IT. S. Patent Offler SAVE VP TO S50—On nrw floor sample rpfriRorators. 1UO R.il. of oil free with Nnrg» Kastt-mp oil heaters. Wallace Kuras, 210 W. Ludington Ave. Tel. 60-1. SIMPLIFV~~C'OOK1NG PROBLEMS—By j iisini; (lie cleanest type of stove. Estate elect rir ranpc. Low priced and efficient. Let us explain balanced oven heal- bakes perfectly on all sides. W. E. HEADER K: CO.. in CUSTER. SUPERFLAME OIL HEATERS — $34.50 and up. Grotcmat's WIFE SAVING STATION. ..._ THREE-ROOM — Apartment for rent. Inq. 605 S. Washington Ave. FURNISHED APARTMENT — For light housekeeping at 802 N. Pcre Marqnette St. Tel. 856-R. FURNISHED APT.—Heated, Frigidaire, innersprine mattress, garage; also cottages. Inq. 204 Park St. Tel. 837. (Additional Sports on Page 6) Farm Equipment FOR SALE—Good used McCormick- Oc-cring corn binder in excellent condition. Lawrence Mattix, Scottville. THREE-ROOM FURNISHED APT. for rent. Inq. 1327 S. MADISON ST. ST.- 207 JEFFERSON ment; 2 large rooms, Inq. same address. Upstairs apart- bath, pantry. Houses for Rent I 1 } a M>ft. < lj.STk.ll MODERN HOUSE—For rent at 206 North Franklin street. Olmstead & Newberg. Phoiu- 22 or 792 evenings. •-'!--•-' Bldgs. For Kent TWO-CAR GARAGE—20x24', for rent. Reasonable. Inq. 605 S. Washington Ave. Musical Merchandise 62 11140 WESTINOHOUSE—Plvcision-bnilt 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 low price. II. Smcdberg &. Son, Custer. 77A Real Brokers in Real Estate K FOR BARGAINS—In city, farm and resort property sec Home Realty Co., Room 8, Nat'l Bank Bldg. Wanted—To Buy 66 CUCUMBER PICKLES and POTATOES. Inq. Northern Fruit Co. Tel. 842. JMMCom/art! Bouses tor Sale 84 208 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. SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted for 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. CHICAGO, Sept. 13.—(/?)—Big Ten football coaches are wasting time in sending out the first call for scrimmage. Illinois, Purdue, Michigan and Indiana had a round of it Tuesday Minnesota was a likely convert today. By the end of the week Wisconsin and probably several others will be at it. Michigan needs a kicker to re-1 place Norm Purucker, who was graduated while Northwestern must not only fill the left halfback position vacated by Bernie Jefferson, but also his kicking ( shoes. At Chicago, the Maroons must uncover both a kicker and passer. At camps other than those holding scrimmages, drills were confined chiefly to fundamen-l tals. Iowa was content to run' signals as a blazing sun sent the temperature into the nineties. Similar temperature recordings prevailed at Chicago and Northwestern. A junior halfback, Cliff Peterson of Moline, 111., and a Sophomore halfback, Jimmy Smith of Murphysboro, 111., displayed top running and passing form in the Illinois skirmish, which lasted a good hour. At Purdue, the scrimmage lasted only 15 minutes, but all the athletes got a taste of it except Halfback Lou Brock, who is nursing a softball injury. Indiana's contact work was strictly defensive. Minnesota got set for scrimmage with a modified contract session. YA WHUT ? ~YA LET THAT LOONEY GADGET- MOVE INTO OUR BARN ! WOMAN/ARE YA PAFT ? NOW/ PETER5 -DON'T GO ON SO? - HE'S FIXING EVERYTHING AROUND THE HOUSE CAUSE I GAVE HIM A MEAU— HE'S SUCH AN OBLIGING LITTLE FELLOW-- ••/.„ M I LWAU KE E ••WHlttl IH{ (3UEX78£COM£5^N INDIVIDU A I NOT A«UM8£ R" RATES FRQM ^2.25 WITH BATH .AUo-Operating New HOTEL EAST-WAY MILWAUKEE PEACHES AND APPLES—Will swap for anything I can use: Beans, eggs, corn, chickens or what have you. Mrs. Ruby Jensen, 6 mis. S. Ludington on US-31. Tel. 13-F-32. TWO BABY CRIBS—And 1 bath; Will swap for what have you. Walter White, i/. mi. N. of Eagle school. A Hungarian lass, Lusa Gensa, ! was willed a castle and $1,000000 by a rich uncle on condition that she would sell flowers in the streets of Budapest for a RETURNING AFTEfc-A HA«P PAY (OF DISCUSSING BATTING AVERAGES AT.THE GENERAL STORE) PETERS HIT THE CEIUNfi IA/HPM UF LEARNED MVCA HAD S ADOPTEP' THE LITTLE STRANGER/ Wyatt, Brooklyn, 8-3. , k •. .t.OiVN LEAGUE Batting—DIMagglo, New York, Foxx, Boston, .358. .396; Major League Leaders vear after his death, so she "understand the lives of workers." (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting—Mize, St. Louis, .356; Med- wlck, St. Louis, .334. Runs—Hack, Chicago, 96; Herman, Chicago, 94. Runs batted in—McCormlck, Cincinnati, 105; Medwlck, St. Louis, 100. Hits—McCormick, Cincinnati, 174; Mize, St. Louis, 173. Doubles—Slaughter, St. Louis, 44; Mize, St. Louis. 37. Triples—Herman, Chicago, 14; Goodman, Cincinnati, 13. Home runs—Ott, New York, 27; Mize, St. Louis, and Camilll, Brooklyn, 25. Pittsburgh, 18; Pitching—Derringer, Cincinnati, 20-7; Runs—Foxx, Boston, 131; Rolfe, New York, 130. Runs batted In—Williams, Boston. 129; DIMagglo, New York, 120. Hits—Rolfe, New York, 195; McCosky, Detroit, 174. Doubles—Rolfe, New York, 42; Williams, Boston, 39. Triples—Lewis. Washington, 1C; McCosky, Detroit, 14. Home runs—Foxx, Boston, 35; Greenberg, Detroit, and DiMagglo, New York, 27. Stolen bases—Case, Washington, 50; Kreevlch, Chicago, and Fox, Detroit, 19 pitching—DOjiald, New York, 13-2; Ruffing, New York, 21-5. CIVIL SERVICE The United States Civil Service Commission has announced open competl- thelr sixtieth birthday. Chief engineering draftsman (mechanical), $2.600 a year; also principal, $2,300 a year; senior, $2,000 -a year. The optional branches are: Air-conditioning, Ideating, refrigeration, plumbing, and power plant. Applicants must not have passed their fifty-third birthday. Gaily designer, $3,800 a year, U. S. Maritime Commission. College education and/or experience In designing I galleys for large ships or kitchens lor I large institutions are required. Appll- 1 cants must not have passed their flfty- 1 third birthday. Air carrier inspector (radio), $3,800 a I year. Civil Aeronautics Authority. Technical aeronautical radio experience is r'Ciulred, except for partial substitution of college study in electrical or radio engineering. Applicants must have reached their twenty-eighth, , but must not have passed thejr' tyfty^Jjhli-d' birthday. Head scientist-astronomer, to be di- must not have passed their thirty-fifth, birthday. Full information may. be obtained from Edward H. Fortune, local secretary of th<rtJ:'srctvu Service Board 'of Examiners, at the post office or custora- 1-ouse In this city, or from, the Becre- tary of the U. S. Civil Service Board of fl Examiners at any first- or second-class -'1 post office. • Gunn Lake Arthur Tubbs Mrs. daughter, Miss ed below. Except for the various grades of engineering draftsman for work on ships, applications must be on flic in the Commission's Washington office not later than October 9 If received from states east of Colorado, and not later than October 12 If received from Colorado and states westward. Engineering draftsmen (for work on ships): Chief grade, $2,600 a year; principal grade, $2,300 a year; senior grade, $2,000 a year; full grade, $1,800 a year; assistant grade, $1,620 a year. Various optional branches are included. Applications will be rated as received until further notice. Applicants for the assistant grade must not have pass'd their forty-fifth birthday, and for the> other grades they must not have passed rector of the Nautical Almanac at the Washington, D. C." The salary Is $6,500 a year. Applicants must have received the Doctor of Philosophy or equivalent degree, based on major study In astronomy and mathematics. In addition they must huve had certain experience In practical and theoretical astronomy, or in teaching astronomy and mathematics. Applicants must not have passed their fifty-third birthday. Junior domestic attendant (R»aih- stress), $1,320 a year, Bureau of Home Economics, Department of Agriculture. Certain high school study, or a dressmaking course In technical or trade in- stltutlon, and commercial dressmaking . °8xperlence are required. Applicants •must have reached their eighteenth but GUOQ lake. 'and Eleanor, of Freesoif," were callers a! *the Pioneer Cabin Friday. . , Richard Dean of Detroit -was a week-end -guest of Representative and Mrs. Stephens- fift> 'Gmuv Mf. and Mrs. Howard J. Gregory of Fountain were Sunday evening guests of Mr.:ana., Mrs. E. V. Isenbarger at Gunn lake • '"'! Mrs. Harriet Dean returned to her home in Detroit Tues-* day, . Sept.. 5, after. spendtag the summer with" her sister,, r Mrs. Rupert Stephens, and -Mr, Stephens, in ScottvJUe Gunn lake. • Mr. and Mrs 1 . E. J. and family of > are spending the week Ottawa "

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