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.TUESDAY, SEPT. 19, 1939. THE; DAILY NEWS—LDDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE FIVE YOU Can Talk To One Man WANT ADS Talk To Thousands PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Daily rate per line for consecutive Insertions: 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 Insrrllon 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 rate 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 Woolen Plaid Yard goods, 54 inches wide $1.49 POPETE 0. B. Patent Office Trademark Registered The Old Shell Game • ft i a yard Fine material for suits, skirts or jackets. PENNEY'S DEER KIFf.K— And one double barrelled hanuncrlcss Shotgun. Also used lu-at- tcrs, cook stoves and hcatrolas. Hob's New & Used Kurnilure Store, 501 Kast Dowland St. flowers feed Mourning Goods 4 CUT Kl.OWT.KS— And funeral work. Tel. 672. Frank Sordine, 810 E. I.udlngton AVI-. Personals 7 | Business and Office Equipment 54 lOc A DAY—Huys a portable Tteming- ton-Rand typewriter at J. II. Cliin- iii-ry's. Srottville. NOTICE—I will not be responsible for debts rontraclrd by anyone other than myself. Signed. WILLIAM MIL- l.KK. 4l(i 1C. Dowland St. OKT VIGOK AT ONOK! Ncw Ostr ,. x Tonic Tablets ronlafn Bdicral Invigurators, blood "rpRi'iicralors," oyster I'lrments for vim, \iccir. pop. lleg. Sl.OO size, special today 89c. Call, write Salilmark's Pharmacy. Strayed, tAwv Found 10 Farm and Dairy Products 55 BKONSON & PROLIFIC PEACHES—For sale, 50c per bu. Brine containers. Fred Peterson, R. 3, Ludington. Tel. 24-F-ll. CONCOKI) (JKAPES—r>0r a bu. at farm, 2 mis. N. of Stiles corners. Tel. 14-F- 41. C. I). Harmon, R. 2, Ludinglon. FOR SAI.K—Dry Hard Wood $2.75 a cord, two cords $5.00. Also kindling wood. Delivered. .Telephone 67U-M. I-'OR SALE—Tomatoes, potatoes, squash, cabbage; also 8-yr.-old horse. Charles Tetzloff, ••'., mi. S. of Amber corners. FIRST WE WANJNJA GET A NES,POPEVE, , WE SHALL IMEE-D A STURDV VESSEL I VAM GO'WER FIMD OWE, VOU WAIT FOR. ME AT GEEZIL'S SEAFOOD PLACE WIT'THE M\LLIOM DOLLARS HAH I WELLINGTON, VOL) HAVE MOMEV! r (^MERELY A FEW SlPALTRV PEK1K11ES, f \Mg.GEEZILj— I AM SELUKIG OULV SEAFOOP IT IS HAM • BURGERS HE LIKES SCOBCHY SMITH LOOKI LOOK! FOR. VOU A LOBSTER BURGER!! Wotld right, reurvtd * Copi. S119. Km, Ft.tun. Syndicau. Int • '1 Trademark Registered U. s. Paten; Office PAV, AS THE INQUIRVOVER THE WRECK-! j ED PLANE AND BEAU BRlSSAC DRAWS TO A CLOSE--) THANK YOU FOR VOUR COOPERATION, MR. SMITH-THAT WILL BE ALL FOR TOOAX GENTLEMEN./ 'AIJ^U ***\li)pm I'v73 Somethingln His Eye HKDDI.Vc;— iMst roll of bedding marked H. C. P. between Ludlngton and Hart. Call Chas. Peterson Trl. 680 or 110. FOUND—Large roarh pup near liutters rollii.iy. Owner see I). 1.. French, 111 K. .Melcndy St. FOR SALF—Ciood tomatoes. 35c bu.; I cabbage, I'.. Ibs., swoi-l corn, 35c bu.; | peppers. lUc do/.: also other vege- j tallies, llelge Johnson, '- mi. S.. 1st house E. of Amber Statio~h corners. 1 OST—Hill fold containing car title. l*lra.M> phont 90!) for ri-ward. STKAYKD—Hrown and while Welsh sprlnqcr spaniel, \\., yrs. old. answers (o "Sklpprr." Howard to person siv- ini; information Iradiiiu '<> roliirn of dog. W. K. ThaMon. 410 N. Rath Ave. . Tel. 585. i STKAYKD INTO MY PASTfKK—A red ', »lfvr. Owner may have vini'-hy paying for .id and keep. Frank Holier, j FOR s.AI.K—Large, smooth I'onderosa tomatoes and other varieties. Mrs Albeit l.icht.e. 2!.i mis. E. Chauvez corners. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 36 SACCO PLANT FOOD—Kor better Uwns and gardens. BETHKE FEED BARN. Phone I65-W. Good Things to Eat 57 NKW HONEY NOW READY — Save money; bring own container. John M. A. Hansen, U 2 mi. N. of Stiles corner. LOST—While gold Klein wrist watch, i fourse f.ilirn; HIM'., s. M:ulison. W. I blk. on Fifth. N. on" .Icflrrson to hospital. Itelurn lo .Mrs. Harold Kenni-dy, Pnulina Steams hospital. RKWARD. Household Goods 69 Automotive ^^^-X^^N-^N^^M^^-^X^^XV*" Automobiles for 8aU 11 BARGAIN PRICES—Chi good used gasoline engine washing machines, cream separators. range stoves, electric ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Mattix Store, Scottville. S DICKIE OAR£ WHEW/ WHAT A LETDOWN THIS ROUTINE INQUIRY IS, AFTER ALL THE FIRE WORKS AT f BOX' THERE'S NOTHING ROUTINE ABOUT HER // rraaemark Registered U. S. Pateu- Office Can't Keep a Bad Man Down i IIAIUJAIN U9J&) CARS—JS34. V.-B. J9J2 ' Mmlil-B For<»,"l»M'nft«hl-J\ Ford.'1929 Ford- also cars for $25 and up. Brody ISros., J29 Y.. Dowland St. BKD SPRINGS—And mattress complete, wicker davenport with red leather seals; for sale. Inq. at 202 N. Franklin . -St. Tel. 766. lit UK SPORT ROADSTER—Jteason- able; also cook stove In good condition. lni|. at 208 W. Filer St. CIRCULATING OIL HEATER— For sale, used 1 winter. Can be seen at 20. r > J'-irst St. Tel. 887-R. COMBINATION GAS RANGE— In good condition for sale. Plume 504. NUM&BR. ON FEET A6AIN! RIFLE INTO ACT/ON Houses tor Sale FOIC SAI.K—model-A Fords. Chevrolet*, I'lymoiilbs. V/srd cars. $20.00 up. Barton's, Cast Ludlngton avenur. Business Service Repairing—Service Stations 16! AUTO RKI'AIKS—l(y experienced work- I mrn that will save you monev every ' «lav. Ili-lka Carage. 1102 S. Madison St. i DIRKCTION.il. UKAT HI IDKS—O Duo-Therm healers give more uniform heat dislrinuilou. Free demonstration in .M>nr own home. II. Smedberg & Son. Ctister. 84 [Harmon. Wagener: First, Ervon ' 208 N. JAMKS ST.—Suitable for rooming „„„ i-uii.,1 t->i „'„ tr«,• T->«~ ' house, large family or Hals. Bargain I- sen ; thlld, Elery HaimOll. DC- , for cash. Shown by appointment only, llicious: First, John M. A. Hail- I A. T. Benson. Nat'l Bank Bldg. (sen; second, El'VOll Kistlei" j _,- '•...:[ third, Bob Bingen. Starking: ] 'First, Fred Laros; second, John Offered 18 AL DUMAS RADIO SERVICE— RCA Victor Radio. Expert service on any radio. 225 .V James St., an<! ScoMville. FARMERS ATTENTION—Dead stock removal. Phone collect. Prompt service, MUSKKGON RKNOKIUNG CO. Tel. .Scottville, I29-F-11. Cleaning, Dyeing, Renovating 20 MEN'S SUITS—Dry cleaned a n d pressed; plain dresses, 19c. Ludington I)ry Cleaners, James and Foster Sts. Employment Old* fc Anted—Female 32 GIRL WANTED—For general housework. Inquire Henry Underwood, Lowell St. Tel. 4n«. CASOI.INK KA\(;K—White table-top, A-l condition, tconomical to operate. Inq. JOG S. Delia M. after 5 p. m. LARGE SIZE—Ward's and Kalamazoo coal heaters. Your offer. LAKGK new oil heaters in crates $50.50; 100 gal. oil free. Wallace Kliras, 210 W. Ludinglon Ave. Tel. 604. ISANGK—Combination roal and gas, ice 1 I'ox and other furniture for sale. Tel. ' 33'1-M after 6 p. m. SKE—The new MEADOWS WASIIKR at ! THE PALACE. Scottville. $39.95 and I up. Frank Claveau. 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. Houk; third, Bob Bingen. Hubbardston: First, Arlie Ifel» Wanted—Male 33 WANTED—Chef for Night Shift. In- iliiire 310 S. James St. Situations Wanted—Female 3G NORMAL STUDENT— Would like to rare for children evenings. Good references. Phone 338-J or call at 1027 S. Madison. SUPEKFLAME OIL HEATERS — S34.50 and up. Grotemat's WIFE SAVING STATION. Farm Equipment 61 PUHPS.WAnHjYSTtMS-MAVTOOLS.DOOH HANGERS II. SMKDBERG & SON. CUSTER. H«l SALE—Good used McCormlck- Deering corn binder in excellent, condition. Lawrence MatMx, Scottville. Water Systems 61A AUTO RADIO Stewart Warner; will swap for pork or beef, live or dressed, or anything I can use. G. Brodrick, 823 E. Mrlendy St. Tel. 558. MIXED HAY—Anil "Brown Hen" insulator; will swap for little pigs or what have you. Ben Comstock, 1 mi. S. of Bachelor school, R. 1, Custer. PREMIUM WINNERS Business Opportunities 38 RE.STAUKA.NT— For sale. Doing »>x- rt'llfiit business. Owner must sacrifice. Address C. S,, Box 71, c/o News. JUS!' RECEIVED—The new TURBO- LIFT INJECTOR PUMPS. They are a tried pump that we know will'do the job No working parts in the well. It has 19 outstanding features. See CUSTFR W- El RKAUEK * C0 - Merchandise <* u r>XN>NXN^»^ l ^-^N-»-»-^-^Vi^XNXV Articles for Sale SI FOR GIFTS OR PERSONAL USE—We offcfc a complete line of lockets, crosses unit chains. Hamilton's, 225 James. Real Estate for Eent Apartments and Flats 74 FURNISHED THREE-ROOM — Apart- incut for rent. Inq. 605 S. Washington AVC. FOUUrROOM,, UNFURNISHED—Apartment. Inq. at Swan Tent & Awning Co., 117 W, Ludington Ave. FURNISHED—l-rooin, downstairs apartment for rent. Inq. at 509 E. Ludinglon Ave. The Abrahamson- Nerheim Go, Phone 130 'DHKHB-ROOM—New. modern, turn, apt., private hath, Norse refrigerator; also furii. room. Inq, 301 N. Delia St. 4 ? f, IK 5 T ST.—3-room furnished apt., full bath, heat and light fur- nlshod. Adults only. Tel. 334-M after 6 p. m. Houses for Rent MODERN HOUSE—For rent at 206 North Franklin street, olmstcad & Ncwbcrg. ' Phone 22 or 792 evenings. Bldgs. For Rent 77A TWO-CAR GARAGE—20x2*. for rent. Reasonable. Inq. 605 S. Washington Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate R FOR BARGAINS—In city, farm and resort property see Home Realty Co., Boom 8, Nat'l Bank Bldg. Farms and Land for Sole 83 FARM FOR SALE— W ml. N. of Ilaralln townhall; Eric Carlson's farm. (Continued trom Pap-e 1) wheat: First, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Cummins. Sheaf of buckwheat: First, Mrs. A. E. Swanson. Small seeds—One quart June clover seed: First, Linus Kokx. One quart sweet clover: Second, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Cummins. Forage bundles- Bundle alfalfa: First, Mr. and Mrs. F, E. Cummins. Bundle sweet clover: Second, Burl Huddlestun. Bundle red clover: First, Burl Huddlestun. Beans —One peck red kidney beans: First. Linus Kokx and Mrs. A. E. Swanson; second, Mrs. Mary E. Kokx. One peck navy beans: Second, Linus Kokx and William Bradshaw; third, Mrs. Mary E. Kokx. Potatoes Potatoes—Katahdin: Second, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Cummins. Chippewa: Second, Linus Kokx and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Cummins. Irish Cobbler: Second, Mrs. Mary E. Kokx and Linus Kokx. Any other early variety: First,/William Treeloff. Apples on plates—Fameuse (Snow)-: First, Gus VonGlahn; second, Elery Harmon; third, Er- voln Kistler. Baldwin: First, Mrs. I Ted Marquardt; second, Bob Bingen; third, John M. A. Han- sta. Greening; (Rhode Island): First, Ellis May; second, Fred Laros; third, Bob Bingen. Jonathan: First, Bob Birigen; second, Ervon Kistler; third, Fred Laros. Mclntosh: First, John Houk; second, Donald Harmon; third, Bob Bingen. APPLES Northern Spy: First, Ervon Kistler; second, Elery Harmon; third, Fred Laros. Steele Red: First, Ervon Kistler; second, Arlie Houk; third, Bob Bingen. Wealthy: First, Mr. and Mrs, Wesley S. Hawley; second, Mrs, Ted Marquardt; third, Donald |Houk; second, Elery Harmon; j [ third, Donald Harmon. Stay- iman-Winesap: First, Mrs. Ory i VanNortwick. Ben Davis: First, ! Arlie Houk; second, Bob Bingen; ] [third, Fred Laros. Chenango: ' i First, Donald Harmon; second,' (William Treeloff. Maiden Blush: First, S. A. Louden; second, J. i Robert Butz; third, William 1 i Treeloff. Golden Russett: First, Bob Bingen; second, Fred Laros; third, John M. A. Hansen. Twen- j ty Ounce: First, John M. A. Hansen. Stark: First, Arlie Houk; second, Elery Harmon; third, | John M. A. Hansen. Talman Sweet: First, Ervon Kistler; second, Arlie Houk: Ihird, Fred Laros. Tompkins ,County King: First, Fred Laros; second, Bob Bingen; third, Arlie Houk. Wolf River: First, Donald Harmon; second, John M. A. Hansen; third, Burl Huddlestun. Northwestern Greening: First, John Houk; second, Burl Huddlestun; third, William Treeloff. Winter Banana: First, Mrs. Ory VanNortwick; second, Fred Laros; third. Bob Bingen. Golden Delicious: First, John M. A. Hansen; second, John Houk; third, Arlie Houk. Winesap: First, J. Robert Butz. Duchess (Oldenburg): First, Elery Harmon; second, Arlie Houk. Hyslop: First, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley S. Hawley: second, Elery Harmon; third, J. Robert Bute. Courtland: First, Arlie Houk; second, Ervon Kistler. Grimes: First, Fred Laros; second, Bob Bingen; third, Ervon Kistler. Other known varieties, all to compete as one class: First, Burl Huddlestun; second, Elery Harmon; third, Burl Hudd'lefctun. Pears on plates—Bartletts: First, Mrs. Elna C. Schumacher; second, John Houk; third, Arlie Houk. Seckel: First. Ervon Kistler; second, Arlie Houk; third, J. Robert Butz. Flemish Beautv: First, Ervon Kistler; second, Gus VonGlahn; third, Arlie Houk. Pears Bosc: First, Arlie Houk; second, Ervon Kistler; third, Bob Bingen. Kieffer: First, William Evans; second, Richard Haight; third, Bob Bin&gn. Howell: First, John Houk. Duchess: First, William Klemm Sr.; second, William Bradshaw, third, Burl Huddlestnn. Clairgeau: First, Ervon Kistler; second, Arlie Houk. Sheldon: First, John M. A. Hansen; second, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley S. Hawley; third, Arlie Houk . j Peaches on plates — Elberta: First, John Houk; second, Mrs. !Oi-y VanNortwick; third, Arlie | Houk. South Haven: First, William Bradshaw; second, Mrs. Ory VanNortwick; third, Arlie Houk. New Prolific: First, Arlie Houk; second, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley S. Hawley; third, J. Robert Butz. Rochester: First, John! Houk; second, Mr. and Mrs.j Wesley S. Hawley; third, Ervon; Kistler. J. H. Hale: First, Ervon | Kistler; second, John Houk. j Hale Haven: First, John Houk. Gold Drop: First, Arlie Houk; I second, Mrs. Ory VanNortwick; j third, Ervon Kistler. Kalama- ! zoo: First, Arlie Houk; second, Ervon Kistler; third, Bob Bingen. Engle: First, Ervon Kistler; second, Mrs. Ory VanNortwick; third, Arlie Houk. Other known varieties not specified, all to compete as one class: ' First, John A. Lister; second, John Houk; third, Arlie Houk. Plums Plums on plates—Monarchs: First, Arlie Houk; second, Ervon Kistler; third, William' Bradshaw. Grand Duke: First, Bobj Bingen; second, Fred Laros. 1 Reine Claude: First, William Bradshaw; Shropshire (Damson): First, J. Robert Butz; second, Arlie Houk; third, William Evans. German prune: First, Ervon Kistler; second, Arlie Houk; third, William Bradshaw. Black Diamond: First, . John M. A. Hansen. Bradshaw: First, William Bradshaw. French Damson: First, Burl Huddlestun. Other known varieties not specified, all to compete as one class: First, Mrs. M. F. Huddlestun. Quinces—Best plate of any variety: First, Arlie Houk; second, Donald Harmon; third, William Bradshaw. Grapes on i plates—Concord: First, John Houk; second, Mrs. Ernest Schwass; third, Fred Laros. Moore Early: First, William Klemm Sr. Delaware: First, Fred Laros; second, Bob Bingen. Niagara: First, John Houk; second, William Evans; third, Bob Bingen. Warden: First, Bob Bingen; second, Fred Laros. Best adapted collection of fruits for this section grown by one person: First, Ervon Kistler; second, Mrs. M. F. Huddlestun; third, William Bradshaw. Vegetables • Vegetables, Beans—One-half peck Greenpod: First, Helge Johnson; second, K e n n e u n JeudeVine; third, William Evans. One-half peck Wax: First, William Treeloff; second, Helge Johnson; third, Linus Kokx. One-half peck Lima (in pods): l First, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Cummins; second, Helge Johnson; third, Kenneth JeudeVine. Beets —Six roots Detroit Dark Red: First, Helge Johnson; second, Mrs. Mary E. Kokx; third, John Tyndall, Six roots any other variety table beet: First, Linus Kokx; second, William Evans. Cabbages—Three red, any variety: First, Helge Johnson. Three Drumhead, any variety: First, William Treeloff; second, Mrs. Mary E. Kokx; third, U. S. Patent, officr I USTA SPEND A LOT O' TIME THINKIN'UP, INVENTIONS M'SELF- —PURRTY GOOD 'UNS,TOO--GOT SOME SKETCHES HERE SOME" PLACE—MM M-NOW LET'S SEE- YA OUGHTN'T T' BE so CARELESS WITH X EM -CAN'T TELL-- MAYBE WORTH SOMETHIN'.'/ — WHERE PO YA S'POSE I'D BE IF I PUT ALL MY IDEAS AWAY IN A t SUNK ? PETESS/ SUPPER / . * !^: .L 4 All nidus ^. itf ,\N iMi hy The AP Fen I lire Servtte & 9-19 RUMMAGING THROUGH THE ATTlC WITH THE DAINTINESS OF A KANSAS CYCLONE PETERS FINALLY EXCAVATED A LITTER OF HIS EARLY MECHANICAL BR/^N CHILDREN,' SAVE YOUg 8REATH/ Helge Johnson. Three ball- head, any variety: First, William Klemm Sr.; second, Kenneth JeudeVine; third, Helge Johnson. Three Savoy: First, Kenneth JeudeVine. Carrots- Six roots long: First, John, Tyndall. Six roots half-long: First, Helge Johnson; second, Gus VonGlahn; third, William Evans. Six roots short: First, Linus Kokx. Cauliflower—Three I heads, any variety: First,! Helge Johnson. Egg plant—j Three specimens, any variety: First, Kenneth JeudeVine. Kale Kale—Three plants, any variety: First, Helge Johnson, second, John Tyndall. Kohlrabi— Six specimens, any variety: First, Mrs. Carl J v Christensen; second, Mrs. Mary E. Kokx; third, William Evans. Melons—Three fruits Hearts of Gold muskmelon: First, Kenneth Jeude- Vine. Three fruits any other variety muskmelon: First, Mrs. Carl J. Christensen; second, Felge Johnson: third, Mr. and Mrs, F. E. Cummins. Three citrons, any variety: First, Helge Johnson. Three Kleckley Sweet watermelons: First, Linus Kokx. Three any other variety watermelons: First, Helge Johnson; second, William Klemm Jr.; third, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Cummins. Onions—One peck Yellow Globe: First, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Cummins; second, Mrs. Mary E. Kokx. One peck Red Globe: First, Linus Kokx. Parnips— First, Linus Kokx: First, William Evans; second, Mrs. Mary E. Kokx; third, Kenneth JeuDeVine. T o m a t o e s—Six fruits, red, any variety: First, William Treeloff-; second, Mrs. Martin Schwass; third, Helge Johnson. Six fruits, pink,'"any variety: First, William Treeloff; second, Mrs. Mary E. Kokx; third, Linus Kokx. Six fruits, yellow, any variety: First, Raymond Center; second, Mrs. Raymond Center; third, William Treeloff. Peppers—Six sweet peppers, and variety: First, Donald Harmon; second, Kenneth Jeude- Vine; third. Helge Johnson. Twelve hot peppers, any variety: First, Linus Kokx; second, Mrs. Mary E. Kokx. Pumpkin—Two field pumpkins: First, Mrs. Mary E. Kokx; second, Linus Kokx. Two mammoth pumpkin: First, William Evans. Two P,ie pumpkin: First, S. A. Louden; second, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Cummins; thijrd,, Linus KiOk^. Sal- sify—Twelve roots, any variety: First, Kenneth JeudeVine; second, William Evans. Squash—Three H u b ,b a ff d First, Kenneth JeudeVine. Three Acorn or Table Queen: First, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Cumminsf second, John Tyndall. Three any othgr varietj winter squ$sh£ First, Mrs. Ory VanNortwtok; second, John Tyndall; thjrd, William Evans. Three Summer Squash, any variety: Firsts Kenneth JeudeVine; 'second,Mrs. Mary E. Kokx; third, LUius Kokx. Sweet Corn—Six e$rs, any variety: First, KennethJeudeVine: second, Helge Jorrn~ son; third, William Eva Swiss Chard—Six plants, variety: First, William Eva second, Helge Johnson; Mrs. Ted Matguardt. The Mexican congress regard^ an airship in the sky as slmlla* to a ship at sea and decreed that all children born in * S$f- planes of Mexican registry should be Mexican citizens. {

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