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THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS-LDDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE NINE- The Shortest Distance Between Buyer And Seller.....A Daily News Want Ad 1 PHONE 21 FOR AN. AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Dally rate per line for consecutive Insertions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines | .81 • .73 One day. 3 lines 36 .30 Advertising 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 lie received by telephone, and If paid at The Daily News Offlre within six days from the first Insert Inn rush rate will be allowed. Ails ordered for three or six days and stopped before expiration will be charged only for the number of times the ad appeared and the adjustment made at the rate earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit I or rejeet any Classified advertising copy. ' Hate per line for white space li the tame as a line of copy. JUST RECEIVED Ladies' Gloves in the new fall shades. 49C and 98C PENNEY'S Announcements Mower* a.t.a Mourning Goods 4 Ct'T I I.OWF.ItS—And funrral work. Tel. 672. Frank Nordlne, 810 K. Ludlnglon Ave. . ^ m Personals GOOD USKD HOY'S HICYri.K—Balloon tires. Inquire at K. M. Uriggs & Sons, Scollville. Business and Office Kquipment 54 TllltUIC-GAL. C.OFFKK URN—Fitted for I bottled gas, for sale; also 18-in. square meat block. Both In A-l condition. Tobey's Restaurant, Scottville. yOTiri-:—I \vlll nol be ri's|)onslt)|p for ddils rc.iilr.ictcU by anyone nlhcr than nivsi'll. SlRiieil, M. V. HATTKRSON. Baldwin. MEN! (SKT VIGOR AT ONOK! New Ostren Tonic Tablets runlain general Invlgonilors, blood "regeneralors," oyster elrmcnts for vim. \im>r, pi-p. Reg. $1.00 si/e, special today 8UC-. Call, write Salihuark's Pharmacy. Farm and Dairy Products 55 Automotive Automobile* for Sale CANNINCJ PKACIIKK—Several varieties, 50c per bushel. Charles McDonald, It. 1, LudliiKloii. Tel. 35-K-I1. FOR SAI.K—Tomatoes, cabbage, pot.i- i toes, si|iiash. Charles Tet/.luff, a., mi. S. of Amber corners. 11 HAR(;\IS t sr.D CARS—ISM V-H, 1932 M«i<l.l-H Tnril, 1930 Model-A Ford, J929 Ford- :I|MI r:irs for $:!:> and up. Ilrody llrus., :'!'.< K. Itowland St. C.OOD CANNINC I'KACIIKS—For sale: Prolitir and Kal:nnu7.oo. ', mi. K. Frinch schiml in Sunimll. A. .1. llouk. IIAl.F. I'KACIIKS—Large si/.e. Will start picking Saturday. (Set them while they last. p._. mis. I-:., i.. mi. S. of Chauve/ corners. J. A. Lister. POPEYE tJ. 8. Patent Office Trademark Registered Popeye Puts All of His Eggs in One Basket IKITHE K1AME OP K ( WELL, \ DOSJ'T MttODV VA'LL SGEK1CE WE THAMKU LETTING VOO HA.VE ( GEJTHIS ^OO.MR.KilCHOLS>c(THEMILLION DOLLARS,\°UE BACK BUT PEOPLE I MOST6O PAGKOKAV, MV TH|K)GS, DOCTOR USSIKIG,VJIMPY TAKE CARE OF lAMlLLlOMlH ^ IS VERY SHE ISWAVT1MG TO MARRV VOL) POPEVE. fctervta fopt. 1919, Ring Ptituiii Syndicilt. Inc SCOECHY SMITH Volunteer By Compulsion Trademark Registered U. 8. Paten; Office I'D HAVE BEEN HERE SOONER ONLY I HAD TO FILE MV STORy OF YOUR RESCUE-SCORED CLEAN BEAT FOR MY PAPER/ HOW CAN I / BOSS'S ORDERS/ IS,THE BOSS WANTS ME BACK RIGHT AWAY/ POLITICAL SCANDAL BACK TO TEXAS GOING? HAS BLOWN THE TOWN WIDE OPEN / FOR SXI.B—Model-A Fords, Chevrolets, i riynioiillis. fsi-cl cars. $20.00 up. liar- ' ton's, r_'ivt I.udliiKlon avenue. TOMATOKS—3:>c per liu.; also corn for (•niiiiini;. llelge .lohlison, '-. mi. S. of Amber corners, 1st house K, TOMATOKS AND MKLONS—For sale. Host finality. K. K. .IciiDeVine. '{. mi. S., 2nd house K. of Amber corner's. Auto Trucks fwr Sale 12 I'KACIIKS—Kxtr.i fine canning. Klbertas. Only 65c IMT bu. L. A. llawley & Sons. M(M)i:i.-T FOR!) TRUCK—Heavy rear I end, 2-luii capacity, motor overhauled j anil new bands last spring, creeper • Hear sliilt. First reasonable offer takes i It. I.. K. Vorrc A Son. 1 Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 36 Business Service Repairing—Service Stations 16 DRY HARD WOOD—For sale: 1 cord, $2.75; 2 cords, $5.00, Delivered. Phone G70-M. i FOR SAI.K—Dry hard wood, J2.7S per I cord, 3 cords, $7.50; stove-length hemlock edgings, 3 cord loads. $6. K. K. Olmslead. R. I. l.iidingtou. Tel. 1C-F-3. H'TO lt\ltr:\lNS—And acetylene weld- In.'; .mil tin- Job is .il«.i>s done right. Be Ilia (Sat.ige. llu:> S. Madisun St. i services Offered 18 tl DUMAS RADIO SKRVICK—RCA Vlc"- lor Hadio. Kxpert si-rvlce on any radio. 22S :•. .lames St.. and Scottvllle. rAH.MI-TUS ATTENTION—lUMtl stork re- inoval. I'lium* collect. I'rompt service. Mt'SKI-:(il)N KKNDKKING t:t>. Tfl. ScolUillr. na-f-ll. voi: M:V SKASONKD HARD WOOD—For sale; 1 cord. $2.50; 2 cords. $1.75. Delivered. Phone 308-R. SACCO PLANT FOOD—For better lawns and gardens. BETIIKE FKKI) BARN. l'hnn» 1KS-W Good Things to Eat 57 NEW HONKY NOW RKADY — Save money; bring own container. John M. A. llansen. >^ mi. N. of Stiles corner. DICKIE DARE Trademark Registered O. 8. Patfci.- Office The Plot's Popping D/0 YOU GET . THAT ? A SHOT/ Bousehola Goods I Wanted—To Boy 66 69 CUCUMBKR PICKLKS and 1'OTATOICS. Inq. Northern Fruit Co. Tel. !!42. l»i: NKVI-K CAN \VOKK YOUK UKST- | BAIUJAIN I'RICKS-O,, good used caso- I II \i>ii suffer from eyestraln. «'<.me in ' || n ,. cnrine washinc inTLi-lilnp* rr^m anil (..Ik It over. Chlnnery. SroUvllle. j .".para"5rs ra,,« "loves clec?r"c I « L Matux R 00ms an( j Board Cleaning, Dyeing, Renovating 20 MKS'S Sl'ITS—Hry clranod and pressed; plain drrssotc, We. l.iiillngtnn llry I'll alters. James A Foster Sis. Orecsmaking and Millinery 21 KKMSTITCIIIN't;—Stamped Roods; rlill- tlren's suits, drrvsrs. aprons, hankies. Nri'tllrwork Shop, 211 S. J.imes SI. Employment 3«J* ft Jilted—Female 32 GIRL OVKR IK—General housework, Mn.ill l.uuily. Apply Plaenert cottage, Loni; Lake, near Dodge filling station, Wai ha I la. MIDDLK-AGKD WOMAN—To manage hnine uilh .1 children for a period of II weeks. Tel. 1094. HeU Wanteu—r.Iale 33 MKN \\ANTKD-To cut pulp wood; also truck to haul the wood. II. W. Potter, 110 Illalue St., .Seottvllle. Business Opportunities 38 KKTAII. IHJSINKSS—Kor sale on a«- connl of Illness, (iood Koine Ketall Business with Real KsUilc In Man- lst«M-. Address C. II., Hox 71, c o The News. Live Stock Dogs, Cats, Other Pets WltlNIJS— : ' 47 •IngUsh beagle, ' i bluetick, 14 IIIOK. old, partially trained for hunting; for sale. W. (J. Stevens, Cluster. Morses, Cattle, Vehicles 48 FllKSU 1IOI.SI I:IN cow—For sale. An- loinc Lal'oinle, Route 3, Kvoltvillc. Tel. I2I-F-2. LF.GIIORN I1KNS AND PULLKTS—4 months old, for sale cheap. Harry ('In islrnsfii, R. 4, Ludlngton, Lower Ilamlih. ranges, gasoline stoves. Store, Scotlvflle. BARGAIN—Sun Beam automatic iron. $8.9.'.; Rigid ironing board, $3.95; both for $10.25, tax paid. F. Claveau, THK PALACK, Scollville. LNTIHK HOUSKIIOLD FURMTURF— Uw-d only a short lime; for salf Friday and Saturday at 509 N. Rowe St. Sale si-arts at 9 a. in. LARGK Sl/lv—Ward's and Kalama/oo coal beaters. Your of fir. LAKGK new oil' healers ill crates, $59.50; 100 gal. oil free. Wallace Kuras, 210 W. LiiflillKlon Ave. Tel. 604. Rooms—For Rent G7A FURNISIIKD ROOM—For lady, with or without board: also furnished 3-room apt. available Oct. 1. Inq. 301 N. Delia. ROUND OAK—Coal and wood ranges have a beauty and quality equalled by none. See them at II. Smedberg & Son, ('lister. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FURNISIIKD TIIIIKK-KOOM — AparfT- inciu for rent. Inq. (i05 S. Washington Ave. Successful Summer Is Reported Through County year's figure^ Summing up all the reports seems to indicate that the summer of 1939 can be termed as very successful, in' every sense of the word. New Democratic -Alliance Is Rumored NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS Trademark Registered U. S. Patent Office SKK OUR LINK—Of Westclox clocks in the latest models and various colors. Hamilton's, 225 S. James Street. SUPKRFLAMK OIL HKATKKS — $34.50 and up. Grotemal's WIFK SAVING STATION. Farm Equipment 81 FOK SAI.K—Good used McCormick- Deerlng corn binder in excellent condition. Lawrence Mattlx, Scottvllle. THINKING OF BUYING—A new cream separator? We want you to see the new McCORMICK-DKKRING ball bearing separator. It has stainless steel discs and many other features you'll want. It also comes In electrical power. W. K. RKADKR & CO., in CUSTKR. .TakejQfJLYour-Hat < —•*- The PUMPS-WATER SYSTtMS'MAYTOOLS-OOOH HANGERS U. SMKUBERG & SON. CUSTEK. Musical Merchandise 62 1JI40 WKSTINOHOUSK— Prvclslon-built radios on display, $10.95 to $79.9.1. Console and table models built for television, and record-playing attachments. New beauty, tone and quality at a- very low price. II. Smedberg & Son, Ouster. PICTURE OF Mfc AT THE fYl?AMlDSA£e MERE YOUNG6T029 COMPARED WITH fHE AGE OF STEARNS £OLD£N EAGLE GOAL! ICW '. GOLDEN EAGLE CoAL iS MIMED FI&M ONE OF W OLDEST j3ituMiMous SEAMS KNOVM TO 0flST INI ALL AMERICA-'IT IS ~ 'iN QuAUiy toN& V AMDeNSyiOWNDLC! 207 .IKFFKRSON ST.—tlpstairs apartment; 2 large rooms, liath, pantry. Ini). same address. Houses for Kent 7 1 } MODKRN IIOUSK—For rent at 206 North Franklin street. Ulmsteail & Newberg. Phone 22 or 792 evenings. BIdgs. For Rent 77A TWO-CAR GARAGK—20x24i, for rent. Reasonable. lnc|. t!05 S. Washiiigton Ave. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate It FOR BARGAINS—In city, farm and resort property see Home Realty Co Room 8, Nat'l Hank Bldg. Houses tor Sale (Continued from Page 1) general, Mrs. Barnhart said, was not much different from last season. Both were successful. "For us," Mrs. Barnhart said, "business was better in July than LANSING, Sept. 14.—4/P)—in August." Friends of former Governor Wil- That last statement seems toi liam A. Comstock said today the summarize the general opinion i rebel Democrat would seek an of the majority of resorts in the I alliance with State Highway! county. Most of them reported! Commissioner Murray D. Van' July slightly better than August, j Wagoner at a conference at Mrs. Olga Ely, operator of Comstock's Alpena county hunt- Hobby Crest resort on the -west ing camp over the week-end, side ol' Hamlin lake, reported a; Van Wagoner and two of his successful season. "This was I lieutenants, Varnum B. Stein- only the .second year I have run I baugh and G. Donald Kennedy, making a Comstock at the resort and we showed a; said they were considerable gain both in business and number of visitors." A general summing up "friendly call" on opinions of Ludington merchants' and restaurant operators indicates that most of them enjoyed successful seasons. Some Ludington merchants reported business slightly ahead of last year while others said it was about the same. A few, on the other hand, thought it was his camp. Political circles, how- of ever, asserted the meeting had up to last year's 20S N: .IAMICS ST.—Suitable for rooming house, largo family or rials. Bargain for cash. Shown by appointment only. A. T. Itcnson, Nat'l Bank llldg. Lots for Sale 85 UU1LDING LOTS—90x150 ft., $35 each, cash; one block from Long Lake, Walhalla. Mrs. C. Phelan. (Prices will be higher soon )___ I Order your full supply now! J ABRAHAMSON-NERHEIM CO, Phone 130 SWAP COLUMN Ads accented for this column will be published two times for 25 cents. .Kach ud must bear name and address of advertiser. They must be accompanied by cash or stamps. Ads must, be brought or mailed to Tim 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 tree of charge. not quite standard. The majority of restaurants in Ludington and Scottville reported business about as good as last year. James Aggelakos, proprietor of the Broadway Cafe in Ludington, said his business was slightly better than last year. In the eastern part of the county resort operators reported business on the whole about the same as 1938. The majority, however, seemed to think there were ' fewer visitors and fewer tourists. Fewer Travelers "Business around here seemed to be about the same as last summer," Lew Halliday, Walhalla, postmaster and store proprietor said. "However, I don't believe we had as many tourists great significance. The informants said Comstock men hoped the conference would bring about a Democratic united front to support Van Wagoner for any office he might choose to seek, and permit him to decide what part, if any, former Governor Frank Murphy— now United States attorney general— should play in the 1940 campaign in Michigan. It at least might give Van Wagoner a louder voice in deciding his own political future and save him from being "drafted" for some office he did not care to fill. HOOT HOW OBU<5|N CLEARIN'OUTA MV RIGHT NOW !! or trailer tourists through this year." passing DRY HKKCH WOOD—Range or heater si/.e; will swap for used lumber, cement gravel or anything I can use. Wrll deliver in Lndington. Guy Kas- mussen, R, 4, I.ndington. Tel. l-F-5. GOOD WORK 1IORSK—Wl. about 1,400 Ibs.; will swap for milk cow or hard wood. Pcder L. Pederscn, 2'/. mis. S. of Scottvllle, B. 2. PEACHKS AND APIMJKS—Will swap for anything 1 can use; Beans, eggs, corn, chickens or wlml have you. Mrs. Buby Jensen, U nils. S. Ludington on US-31. Tel. 13-F-32. WORK HOBSH^AVllTliwap for young 1 / stock, hay, straw or anything 1 can use. Joseph Lipinskl, B. 2, Ludington, 1 ml. N. of Eagle school. Success of the summer season can be gauged from the fact that Ludington State park enjoyed one of the best seasons in ' its history, both in number of visitors and campers. Largest number of campers was reported during the Fourth of July weekend, Complete attendance figures for Ludington Stat« park are expected to be available about Sept. 15. ' Pere Marquette Railroad car- ferries did a good summer business, according to L. H. Kent, superintendent. "We've had a very good summer," Mr Kent i^o 1 ,." 0116 every blt as i° od as in llMo. Although figures are not available, it was believed the number of passengers carried by the boats was slightly in excess of last Say Congress May Remain in Chambers (Continued from Pace 1) next spring. "We will certainly have enough work to keep us here continu- i ously," asserted Senator Borah I (R-Idaho), "but whether Congress will desire to stay here is another question." Borah, who has opposed repeal of the arms embargo on the pounds that such a step would lead the country into war, will make an initial speech against the administration's program over the radio (NBC blue network) at 9:30 o'clock (E.S.T.) tonight. Senator Nye (R-ND) also told AND BEFORE MVRA COULD HEAD HIM OFF PETERS WAS ENROUTE TO THE. BARN TO EVICT THE HAY LOFT TENANT— SCAT JM Onions—Mich. 50-lb. sacks yellows, .60-.70; 10-lb. sacks yellows, .14-.15. Peaches—Mich. bu. baskets Klbertas U. S. No. 1, 2 ill. min., 1-1.40. Potatoes— 100-lb. sacks U. S. No. 1— Mich. Round Whites unwashed, 1.401.65; washed, 1.80-.85; Calif. Long Whites, 2.35; Idaho Long Whites. 2.30; reporters tie felt that Congress I bank balances, promissory ought to be on hand for any ' ' -- ••*'-•-•" Labels New Tax a 'Monstrosity' KALAMAZOO, Sept. 14.—j(/P)i— Kenneth J. McCarren, Detroit _ . . assessor, said at the annual I Russets ' 2.40-2.50; New Jersey cobblers, meeting of the Michigan Muni-' " 10S • y '~ •' a -~ - ppe ^ aSi -*•- ~ 2> cipal league here Wednesday that the new state tax on intangible property is a "monstrosity" filled with "foolish formulas.". The law demands that all intangibles be "-registered with the state tax commission by March 1, 1941. Accounts receivable, biers, asking, 1.85. Pears—Mich. bu. baskets Bartletts U. S. No. 1, 2'i in. min., 1.90. Plums—Mich. 1/2 bushels Italians, .80; bushel baskets Damsons and Italians, 1.40-1.50. emergency that might arise .Nye said it was logical to assume that action would be sought on legislation* to prevent war profiteering, because of the recent advance in many retail prices. Senator Murray (D-Mont) likewise said he favored enactment of rigid laws to deal with this problem and Rep. Rogers (R- Mass) announced that she would ask President Roosevelt to do something about increases in flour and meat prices since the outbreak of hostilities in Europe. Detroit Livestock (Quotations in Dollars and Cents) DETROIT, Sept. 14.—(A')—Cattlt— Receipts 450; market steady; good to choice yearlings, 9.75-11; fair to good yearlings, 8.50-9.50; good to choice heavy . heavy i cattle, 6-7; canner and cutter ccws, 4-5.50; | best butcher and heavy bologna bulls, | notes, annuities, bonds, stocks, land contracts and mortgages are subject to the levy 7 . 50 _ 8 . mllkers and sprlt - lgei . s . 50.75.- ' McCarren contended that Calves—Receipts 200; market steady; stocks and bonds would be taxed on their face value rather than current valuation. THE MARKETS (Additional Markets on Page 10) Delroii Produce (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) DETROIT, Mich., Sept. 14.—W)— (United States Department of Agricul- ture.)—Grape&^-Mlch. 4-qt. climax baskets Concords, mostly, .13. Celery—Mich, buncues dozens, extra large, .30-.35; medium, .25. good calves. 12.50: fair to good, 10.50-12; seconds, 9.50-10.50; culls and common, 5-9. Sheep and lambs—Receipts 500; market steady to 25 cents lower; best lambs, 9.50; heavy fat sheep, 2-.50; culls and common, 1.50-2. Hogs—Receipts 350; market not «s- tablit,ned. Previous, 8.25 for* 200-220 Ib. hogs downward to 0.50-.75 for roughs. Detroit Poultry (Quotations in Cents) DETROIT. Kept. 14.—(#)—Poultry— Market weak. Hens, 5 Ibs. up, 18; under 5 Ibs., 16; cocks, 10; leghorn cocks, 8; prices unchanged, leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. up, 13; Rock spring- ers, 4'/2 Ibs. up, 18; under 4 l / a Ibs., 14; colored 'springers, 2 cents under Rocks; leghorn broilers, 2 Ibs. up, 15; young white ducks, 5 Ibs. up, 14; young hen turkeys, 10 Ibs. up, 21; young torn turkeys, 15 Ibs. up, 21; rabbits, 8. Detroit Dairy DETROIT, Sept. 14.— W— Butter- Best creamery in tubs, .2G-.27. -* Kggs—Current receipts, 17; dirties, 14 i/a: checks, 13'/ 2 . Chicago Toiutoes (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) • CHICAGO, 111,, Sept. 14.— (&)— (Unltf ed States Department of Agriculture.) —Potatoes—Receipts 77, on track 178, t"t-ii u. S. shipments 519; market dull, supplies moderate, demand very Blow UL^UUC Juwish holiday; sacked DM rwt T«inho R\isspr. Bvirbanks U. S. Ncx 1, under ventilation unwashed, 3.10; north Dakota Red River Valley section Bliss Triumphs, 90 percent or better U. U. No. 1, few sales, 1.45; Wisconsin Bliss Triumphs U. S. No. 1, brushed tew sales. 1.70-.75; IOWA Cobblers U. 8. No. 1, 1.30. (Quotations In Cents) CHICAGO, Sept. M,—(tf)^-Butter—Re- ceipts 870,883; marKet flrmr 93 score. 28tt-%r 92. 87%: 80, ^ 24%; 88, 24: 90 centralised carlpts. a,i- otffer prices unchanged, E«gs—Receipts 7.376; market fresh graded extra firsts CB.TB, firsts cars, 1914; other price* changed, CWcago Foul CHICAGO, Sept. Mr- „. , Receipts live, U trucks; m««

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