The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 15, 1939 · Page 7
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 7

Ludington, Michigan
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Friday, September 15, 1939
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.?; Jt FRIDAY, SEPT. 15,1939. THE DAILY NEWS-LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE Ads Are Corkers To Sell Porkers PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Dally rate per line for consecutive Inlerllons: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines $ .81 | .72 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 be received by telephone, and If paid at The Daily News Office within six days from the first Insertion cash rate will be allowed. Ads 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 rale earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. Rate per line for white space if the same as a line of copy. ^^Announcements Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 C'tlT Ft.OWKRK—And funeral work. Tel. ! 672. Frank Nordlnc, 810 K. I.udlnglon Are. NOTICK—I will not be responsible for | debts contracted by anyone other than myself. Signed. M. V. PATTERSON, Baldwin. MEN! t.ET VICOIl AT ONOK! New Oslrcx Tonic Tablets contain InvlRiiratnrs, blood •'regenerators.' 1 oyster clrnicnts for j vim, vlRiir. pi'p. Ili-R. SI.00 size, sprclal I today 89c. Call, write Sahlmark's Pharmacy. I Automotive ^V/XXN^S^-VXN^V^^^NX^^fc^Nrf^^> Automobile* for Sale 11 BARGAIN USED CARS—1934 V-8, 19.12 | .Mixlil-H Ford, 1930 Modcl-A Ford, 1929 i Ford' also cars for $25 and up. lirody ! llros., 129 E. Dowland St. ! POPEYE B. 8. Patent Office Trademark Refisterefl Till the Cows Come Home! JUST RECEIVED Ladies' New A MILLION DOLLARS! M\ND STARING AT IT MV FRIEND, START COOKIMG WHAsT? \STHW MOMEV? Fall Hats MILLION DOLLARS HAMBURGERS A wide variety to choose from. and Children's Hats, 98c PENNEY'S Business Opportunities SCOKCHY SMITH Trademark Registered U. ts. Paten: Office Unlucky Sixth RETAIL BUSINESS—For sale on aC- rotint of Illness. Good RoiriR Retail Business with Real Kslatc in Man- istco. Address C. II., IJox 71, c/o The News. WEREN'T /WORE THAT PLANE / £ J^A/WOUSLyER AND SCIENTIST V SAVED-GANGSTERS KILLED\ READ ALL ABOUT IT \ ^—.^ THAT'S RIGHT- AMD GANG THE PAPER SAYS ONLV FIVE BODIES WERBi FOUND WHEN THAT GANGS PLANE WAS RAISED THIS MORNING / Live Stock Dogs, Cats, Other Pets IHH'NnS—:', English beagle. ' , blurtick, 14 inos. old. partially trained for hunting; for sale. \V. C. Steyrns, Custcr. Horses, Cattle, Vehicles FItESII IIOI.STEIN COW— For sale. An- tolne'ointc, Route 3, Scottvlllc. Trl. 121-F-2. JMerphandise Articles for Sale l — j fSOOll USED I10VS BICYCLE — llal- ! loon (ires, will sell rhr.ip. Ini|. at K. M. Hriggs & Sons, Scotlvllic. STRAPS AND HANDS—All stylrs anil si/cs. for all watches. Reasonable prices. Hamilton's, 225 S. James St. FOR SAI.K—model-A Fords, Chcvrolets. riymonths. I'sed cars, $20.00 up. Barton's, East Ludington avenue. Furm and Dairy Product* 55 FOH SAI.K—Tomatoes, cabbaRC, potatoes, squnsh. Charles Tetzloff, ; !.| ml. S. of Amber corners. 19M—3-ton Dodge iriirk. IOIIR wheel | bavr. .11x7-10 ply duals; spt-cial—JIM. i 1U3I llnlik l-diior sedan, all new i llrrv. $»',. |i).in 8.'.-Kord V-8 Tudor, 1 sedan, mis. Nerlieim Motor Co. < C:0(ll) CKAI'KS—Mlc per hu. llriiiR container. William Merritt, 405 W. Klr>t St., Scoltvlllc. CANNING PEACHES—For sale: I'rolillt and Kalumazou. 'i mi. E. Fniich school in Summit. A. J. Honk. Auto Trucks for Sale 12 MOOKI.-T FOHD TIMTK—llravy rear end, L'-ton c.ip.irily. motor overhauled and new bands last spring, crecprr cear shift. First reasonable offer takes It. I,. ,K. Vorcr & Son. Business Service Repairing—Service Stations 16 AfKTYI.KNK WTI.IJIMS—'s always right and we rharne no fancy price. Itrtka Caracr. 1102 S. Madison St. *32suit*a Cervices Offered 18 AI. Dt'MAS KAIIIO SKRVITK—KCA Vlc- tcir ll.idUi. F.xprrl service on any radio. 225 b. .lames St.. and Scottvlllc. HALE PEACHES—Large si/e. Will start picking Saturday, rivl tht-in while they last. 1'. mis. E.. '•; mi. S. of Chanve/ corners. J. A. Lister. TOMATOES AND MELONS—For sale. Best riualily. K. E. .lenHeVine, U mi. S., 2nd house E. of Amber corners. PEACHES—Exlr.i fine canning. Elbertas. Only 65c per bu. L. A. Hawley & Sous. fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 50 HARD WOOD—For sale: 1 cord, S2.75; 2 cords, $5.00. Delivered. Phone G70-M. DICKIE DARE Trademark Retlstered U. 8. Pateu- Office One-Man Boarding Party FOR SALE—Dry hard wood, $2.75 per cord, 3 cords, $7.50; stove-length hemlock edgings, 3 cord loads. $8. E. E. Olmstcad, R. 1, Ludington. Tel. HJ-F-3. CIDER Mll.l—Now In o|x-ratlon. Pressing days. Tuesdays and Fridays. Frank ,'nuiii, l a mile west of Fountain. FARMERS ATTENTION—Dead stock removal. Phone collect. Prompt service. MTSKKGON RENDERING CO. Tel. ScotUillo, 129-h'-ll. IMPROVE VOl'Il VISION—Hy wearing glasses proprrly fitted and correctly adjusted. Chiunery, Scottvillc. SACCO PLANT FOOD—For better lawns and gardens. HETHKE FEED BARN. Phone 1K.1-W AHA, tJ ON HEAR fe/M ARGUIHQ GOING, ALO'HB 'HE P/M3V FOR SALE—Good used McCormick- DeeriiiR corn binder in excellent condition. Lawrence MalMx, Scottvlllc. MOUKRN HOUSE—For rent; five rooms, furnace heat, garage. Inq. at 406 N. Emily St. Musical Mercliandise 62 Good Things to Eat 57 NEW HONEY NOW READY — Save money; bring own container. John M. A. Hanson, ',-.• mi. N. of Stiles corner. Household Goods Cleaning, Dyeing, Renovating 20 MEN'S St'lTS—Drv cleaned and pressed; plain (Iressov, Ilic. LndiiiKton Dry Cleaners. James & Foster Sts. UARCAIN PRICES—Oi, good used gasoline engine washing machines, cream separators, range. stoves, electric ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Maltix Store. Scottvllle. Dressmaking and Millinery 21 HEMSTITCHIN<;—Stamped goods; children's suits, dresses, aprons, hankies. Needlework Shop, 211 S. .lames St. LARGE SI/E—Ward's and Kalamazoo coal healers. Your of fir. I.ARCi: new oil h.-.itcrs In crates, $59.50; 100 gal. oil free. Wallace Kuras, 210 W. Liidinglon Ave. Tel. 604. WOI'LD LIKE SEWING—Of any kind, Including altering and dress repair- Ing. Mrs. St. Clalr Jury, 813 N. Rowe. Tel. 7R7-W. Employment ^sXNX*^"VX'WWX.XVSrf-^N^^W^ CSei* TTanted—Female 32 GIRL OR WOMAN WANTED—For general hiniTwmk. Plume K07-R or inquire at '105 W. Court St. MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN—To manage home with 3 children for a period of 3 weeks. Tel. 109-1. SEE oril LINE — Of ((naker and Con- goleum rugs, gay I,, .. jtailcrns that will make the room much brighter. We have them at very reasonable pricis. W. E. HEADER & CO., In Ct'STEK. 11MO WESTINOHOUSE—Pm-lsion-built 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. H. Smcdbcrg & Son, Custcr. Bldgs. For Rent 77A TWO-CAR GARAGE—20x2*. for rent. Reasonable. Inq. 605 S. Washington Ave. Wanted—To Buy CUCUMUER PICKLES and POTATOES. Inq. Northern Fruit Co. Tel. S42. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate H FOR BARGAINS—In city, farm and resort properly see Home Realty Co., Room 8, Nat'l Bank Bldg. Rooms and Board Bouses tor Sale Rooms—For Rent 67A SAVE MONEY—On big. heavy, streamlined coal and wood circulators in many colors at H. Smcdbcrg & Son. Custcr. Hel« Wantec—Male MEN WANTED—To cut pulp wood; also truck to haul the wood. II. W. Potter, lit) Blalne ft., Scottvlllc. SUPKHFI.AMK Oil, IIICATF.KS — $34.!>fl and ill). Grolemafs WIFE SAVINti STATION. Farm Equipment KJ fJLYour-Hat ... . POMPS-WATER SYSTEMS'MAVTOOLS-DOOn HANGEAS H. SM1UJUKKG & SON CUSTER. FURNISHED ROOM—For lady, with or without hoard; also furnished 3-room apt. available Oct. 1. Inq. 301 N. Delia. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 I 208 N. JAMES ST.—Suitable for rooming house, large family or flats. Bargain for cash. Shown l>y appointment only. A. T. Benson, Nat'l Bank Bldg. FURNISHED THREE-ROOM — Apartment for rent. Inq. 605 S. Washington Ave. 207 JEFFERSON ST—Upstairs apartment; 2 large rooms, bath, pantry. Inq. same address. Houses for Rent 7 1 ) HOUSE AT—702 St. Catherine St. for rent. C. F. Olmstcad. Phone 22 or MODERN HOUSE—For rent at 206 North Franklin street. Olmstead & Newberg. Phone. 22 or 7!)2 evenings. 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 he 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. GOSH- WHEN I LOOK AT VOU, EUUy-BEULY- , I JUST UP AND I WANT TO CIVt Srou A SMACK RICHTON THOSE HOW CAN I NO IN A FINE CAR LIKE THIS, ISSUS MADE ME THINK WAi IM HEAVEN - M~ "IF if HADNY BEEN FORTHE.' STURDYNESS OF THIS CAR WE BOUGHT KROM LUOINGTON AUTO SALES* \N6 MI6HT HAVE BEEM>IER£ 1938 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Coach 1937 Ford Coupe, Radio and Heater 1936 Oldsmobile Coupe 2-1936 Ford Deluxe Tudors 1935 LaSalle Sedan 1931 Pontiac 2-Door Sedan 1931 Oldsmobile-6, 4-Door Sedan 1935 Ford Truck with Wood's Hydraulic Hoist and Box 1932 Chevrolet L. W. Truck 1937 Ford Pickup 1935 Ford Panel Delivery 1934 Ford Pickup •J!M?ldfMt1 'nuiMtouu ^*rr% U niinrn PHONE. soc tUDlNGTDN RUTD SRLEs HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD USED CARS midway area outside, immediately north of the grandstand. After the winning number is drawn, five minutes will be allowed in which to bring it 10 the stage. If it does not show up in that period, another number will be drawn. Saturday's Program Saturday's program in front of the grandstand will open at 2 p. m. with a fun-and-featurc series of home-talent races, bicycle races and auto teetering, Milo Colburn being chairman of arrangements. The home-talent Horse races, he said, will include saddle horse races and special farm horse races, entrants in the latter event being required to hai-- ness their teams and run a fixed distance, the winner being the first to cross the finisn line. The fair will come to a close Saturday evening with the big Fair Week A. A. U. boxing show finals, with championships to be determined in each division. Between 10 and 12 bouts arc listed, with prospects of keen fighting in each weight class. Music tonight and Saturday will continue to be furnished by Ludington high school band. Racing Results Second day's harness racing results at Western Michigan fair: 2:18 pace, first, Jimmle i Lee, ch. g., owned by Swartn- I wood & Son, Corunna; seconc, GOOD TEAM MARKS—vvt. ;iiiout 3,200, Major Elbrine. b. g., owned Dy win swap for Leon Crampton of St. Johns; third, Rudy Hollyrood, b. g., owned by R. McKune of Grand Rapids; fourth, Ednas Boy, b. g., ov/ned by Ted Ossting of Fremont. Time, 2:16; 2:16; 2:14Vi. NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS Trademark Registered U. 8. Patent Office DRY BEECH WOOD—Range or heater si/e; will swap for used lumber, cement gravel or anything I can use. Will deliver in Ludington. Guy Ras- iniisscii, R. 4, Ludington. Tel. l-F-5. DRY POPLAR—And mixed cord wood; will swap for hay, grain, young stock, rifle or what have you. Andrew Becker, R. '<!, Branch, 2 mis. S., 5 : !.'i i mis. E. of Fountain. and red clover seed; truck tractor, cattle or anything"! can use. :l .| mi. E. of Freeman's school, R. 1, Frecsoil. John Wichtoski. GOOD WORK HOUSE—Wt. about 1.4011 His.; will swap for milk cow or hard wood. I'cdcr 1.. Pederscn, 2J-' 1 mis - s of Scottvillc, R. 2. WORK HORSE—Will swap for young- stock, hay, straw or anything I can use. Joseph Lipinski, R. 2, Ludington, 1 ml. N. of Eagle school. Annual Fair to Be Closed on Saturday (Continued from Page 1) grandstand attraction. Prices for tonight's combination vaudeville and boxing 'program include 1,000 grandstand seats at 25 cents, 400 grandstand seats at 50 cents and 150 ringside seats at 75 cents. In addition, there are 500 'bleacher seats at 15 cents. Drawing for the grand Fail- Week award, a free automobile, will take place about 9 p. m. tonight on the stage in front oi the grandstand. It is not necessary to be in the grandstand to be eligible for the award. To be eligible, according to the rules, a person must be on the grounds, within range of the sound -amplifying 'system; This means a person must be either 2:14 trot, first, Captain Etawan, ch. g., owned by L. C. Manvilk- of Grand Rapids; second, Easter Dewey, b. g., owned by Swarthwood & Son, Corunna, third, Miss Lobeck Todd, b. m., W-WHUT«WHUT'N BLAZES THIS ?l? aft ME OUTA teB QUICK!! APOLOGIES SINCERETST BURGLAR ALARM--HAVE ROTECT MY INVENTIONS, . you KNOW — //' All Rljhli Reid IP.I by The AP Feature Service FOR THE NEXT SEVEN MINUTES HORSEFEATHBRS GAVE A SOUI-STIRRING IMITATION OP AN ENSNARED KEHNEBEC SALMON-AMD BY THE TIME THE UTTLE MAN UNTANGLED HIM HE WAS SIZZLING farthest distance. Second place | able for was won by August Hoffman o> desiring owned by Coopersville; Ed. Eeckins of fourth, Petrol, b. )i.. owned bv Thomas B. Hogan, Chicago. Time, 2:10; 2:11; 2:12. Final races this afternoon. Thursday's Awards Winners of the $50 casn awards Thursday night were: Clyde Cross. Arthur Cross, W. E. Stockhill, William Taibl, William Titus, Louis Loullea, PranK Anderson. Final $50 in casn awards will be presented Sat- Montague; third, by Clarence Hartman of Custer; fourth, JacK Kiefer of Riverton; fifth, Bou Beard, Riverton; sixth, Clarence Rozell, Freesoil. Horsemanship awards were: First, Jack Kiefer; second, Gordon Kingford; third, August Hoffman. Display Privy urday night, about 8 p. in., Just prior to the boxing show. Horse Pullinsr Contest This morning's final horso-.__ .... D . pulHner contest, beginning livestock shortly after 10 a. m. In front of the grandstand, was watcher! bv a sizeable audience. First place was won by Gordon Kingford of Hesperia, his team A new Michigan law, governing construction of privies, is graphically illustrated at the Western Michigan fair, where E. J. Friar, sanitarian of the Mason-Manistee health unit, has supervised erection of an approved-model privy. It is located at the east end of the grounds, just east of the "The exhibit barns. law, effective this month, now requires that privies be built according to certain approved standards" Mr. Friar said. "Our model, the loan to any person it, shows' just how these approved models are constructed." Professor H. E. school of health Miller of the and hygiene at the University of Michigan, is assisting Mr. Friar in the demonstration. the Custer Churches In tho irvonHotnt^ „„ !„ ii,« *«*« "1 jnca(JCllc«., Ills l/CclJIl i-HUl JbUlU. VJU1 model. UnC m the giandstand or in the drawing a 2,900-pound load tne form for which will be avail- ST. MARY'S AND MISSIONS (Rev. William Veisnoraitis, rector) Custer: Mass—8 a. m. Irons: Mass—10:30 a. m. CONGREGATIONAL (F. Clements, superintendent) Sunday school—10 a. m. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN (Rev. L. H. Prowant, pastor) Sunday school—10 a. m. Preaching—11 a. m. FREE METHODIST (Rev. R. Calkins, pastor) Sunday school—2 p. m. Preaching—3 p. m, , t PT-A Postponed The first meeting of Resseguie Parent-Teacher association which Would ha,ve befcn held tonight, Sept. 15, has befen postponed one week because of the Western Michigan fair. 'It •will be held on Friday, Sept. 22. A program, which is in charge of Arthur Barclay, will be announced later. Mrs. Roy Cable is chairman of the refreshment committee. Mrs. Oscar Odean is president of the organization this year. ;. - :j Dust Bowl Area .'# Cheered by Raai BISMARCK, BT. D. (ff)— Dufct; Bowl? It's the "Grass Bowl" North Dakota citizens year. Beset by less'than normal rainfall totals for the eight years, and with memory of the 1934 ana . droughts still 'fresh, farmers were cheered by, early summer rainfall far above

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