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SATURDAY, SEPT. 23, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE SEVEN Have You A Bicycle You PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Daily rate per line lor consecutive Insertions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines $ .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 basis of three lines. Count six average words to the line. Charge ads will be received by telephone, and If paid at The Dally 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 tin id appeared and the adjustment maue at the rate earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. Rate per line for white space U the same as a line of copy. Like To Trade For A $5 Or $10 Bill? The Sailors Love the Sea U. 8. Patent Offlc* Trademark VA SET. THEV SAILORS? VAS?" I DO WOT SEE ENH1V SAILORS SCUM, POPEVE IS HUMAU, GO <5HT HIM! Overall •SAILORS ABOOT US, DOZENS'OF "THEM 1 . Pants All sizes 59C Reinforced, bar- stitched pockets, buckle Back. PENNEY'S Copr 19)9. Kino Peitutet Syndicate, Inc., World nghu rtmvcd F»rm and Dairy Products 55 BLUE CONCORD GRAPES—50c a bu., picked. Bring baskets. William Miller, '/& ml. W. of Sugar Grove. Mowers «Afi. fttournlng Goods 4 _.._ _______ CUT FLOWKRS— And funeral work. Tel. I 672. Frank Nordlnc, 810 E. Ludlngton ! Avc. | • -- ' — . i Strayed, bosv Found 10 KOIJNI) — Female bird dog. Owner may have saint- by identifying ;uid paying Tor ad and keep. Joe Liskonls, Ouster, j FOR SALK—Good tomatoes, 35c bu.; cabbage, !!(; Ibs., sweet corn, 35c bu.; peppers. lOc doz.; also other vegetables. Ilclgc Johnson, '/• mi. S., 1st house E. of Amber Station corners. GOLD DROP PEACHES—Are now ready. Your last chance for good canning peaches. 11. J. Fitch, R. 3. Ludington. Tel. ll-F-22. Automotive ^^^VXN^N^Srf-i^N^^ta^V^N^^^X^^^ Automobiles for Salt 11 FOR SALE—mndcl-A Fords, Chevrolcts, Plymouth*, tised cars. $20.00 up. Barton's, Kast Ludington avenue. 1334 PONTIAC—l-cloor sedan, 1934 V-8 Ford, 1931 Chevrolet 4-door sedan. 192!) Ford trucks; also 2 end 4-wheel trailers, lirodr Bros.. 416 E. Don hind. GRAPES FOR HALF—!'/• mis. E., 1 ml. S. of Stilton's corner. Mrs. Emma Schwass, R. 1, Ludington. I'KOLIFIC PEACHES—50e a bu.. at my farm. Charles McDonald, R. 1, Lud- iiiKton. I'hone 35-F-ll. Trailers HA; SILVER DOME HOL'SE TRAILER—18 j ft., equipped; 1st reasonable offcr j takes same. Can be seen at Barton lake. 44 mis. S. of Custer. ! Business Service ^^•"WNX^XN - »Nrf«^v*«^-^'vrf-*»-"wrN - -N^-xX'»MrN^%*'VNX Repairing—Service Stations 16 NO MONKEY BUSINESS—When we do ! a job of acetylene welding, it's right. | lletka Caragr. 1102 S. Madison St. , * - - *— — i a Services Offered ID ! TOMATOES FOR SALE 4(lc per bu. FRED HERMAN, B03 N. Staffon St. TOMATOES—25c a bu. Bring baskets and pick them yourself. K. .IciideVinc. 1 . ml. S., 2nd house E. of Amber corners. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 36 DRY HARD WOOD—$2.00 a cord at my home. 2 cords $5.00 delivered. C. B. Jagger. Tel. 5-F-12. ' I FOR SALE—Dry Hard Wood $2.75 a I cord, two cords $5.00. Also kindling | wood. Delivered. .Telephone G70-M. SCORCHY SMITH Trademark Registered U. a. Paten: Office Introductions Out of Order t WON'T GET HER NAME/' ,THANKS FOR mf SKIP IT, MISTER—YOUR BAILING ME OUT— FINE) HEART WAS. IN THE RIGHT *RESCUER'l TURNED A PLACE—EVEN IF YOUR WALLET WASN'T/ A DEAL AND WHO CALLING you—HOW VA ABOUT DINNER? OUT TO BE/ TONIGHT? SMITH «C» SMITH DICKIE DARE Trademark Registered U. 8. Pateu- Office Danger—Man About to Go to Work SACCO PLANT FOOD—For better Uwns and gardens. BETHKE FEED BARN. Phone 165-W. Good Things to Eat 57 AL DUMAS RADIO SERVICE—RCA Victor Radio. Expert service on any radio. 225 :>. James St., and Scottvillo BEGINNING SEPT. 2fi Pressing elder every Tuesday and Friday at BaibakN farm. Round lake, '•_. mi. N. of Holmes school. NEW HONEY NOW READY — Save money; bring own container. John M. A. Hanscn, H: nil. N. of Stiles corner. CLOVER HONEY—7c a Hi. Bring containers. 5 gal. $4.00 delivered in county. A. It. Kirkman, R. 2, Custer. Household Goods 69 K TTPVTIMV n H . „!,..„ h ATTF.NIION — Dead stock removal. Phone collect. Prompt service. > MUSKECJON RENDERING CO. Tel. Scottville, 129-F-1I. l BRAND NEW— Studio couch, high ......in.. ;„,,,. r^,,ri,,i. /..invim, timi nm.. '';",','? i'" "„ w V RFinKR A- C'O ™l.; vrV.i R^DtR &. CO.. " ^Cleaning. Dyeing, Renovating 20 ' ranees. Store, Scottville. , LARGE SIZE—Ward's and Kalama/oo MEN'S SUITS—Dry cleaned and, coal healers. Your offer. pressed; plain dresses, 49c. Ludington LARGE new oil heaters in crates, Dry Cleaneis, James and Foster Sts. $59.50; 100 gal. oil free. Wallace Knras, i ! 210 W. Ludington Ave. Tel. 604. OIL BURNING ESTATE HEATER—Like new, used only 3 mos. .will sell for one- and Millinery 21 { HEMSTITCHING—Stainpcd goods; children's cotton and knit dresses, suits, sweaters; Needlework Shop. 211 S. Jas. •••IT EtQUI&TS PLEASURE rO GIVE fM ARROGANT FRI&HD OPPORTUNITY TO P/3OV£ THAT DON'r HANDLE A "Potato fnr Rnlft allel with the North line of porded April 7, 1880, on a cor- HiSl/dWJ iur »<«^ said Blk 2Qj 120 feet> to the rected plat of that portion of »'west line of said Block 20, | the City, the same being those thence running northerly, (lands conveyed by that certain along the west line of said warranty deed recorded in the Brokers In Real Estate FOR BARGAINS—In city, farm and rc- Employment ^S^'V^'srX/'V^W^^Vrf'XX-WN^WV^^ Btl» Ranted—Female 3V! GIRL OR WOMAN—For general housework, no cooking. Can go home nights. lni|. at 210 N. Lavinia St. Tel. 566. WOMEN—Copy names, addresses for Distributors, home. Easy work, good pay, experience unnecessary. Write, Acme Advertising. Journal Sq., P. O. Box 005, Jersey City. N. J. son property seo Home Realty Co., i Block 20 to place of beginning, office of the Register of Deeds ^'^J^'l l™^^: i Frank Martinkus and wife, for Mason County, Michigan. ilaiV iirirV'ior rash;" aiso iY-YubVYn- i I .- oll BARGAINS IN—Houses lots farms i Pauline, to Walter S. Karboske ' in Liber 14 of Deeds, Page 405. slant tiiniJiR Electric Radioia with } or income property sec"A'.'T. Benson, i nnd wife, Lillian M,. Warran- j Louise A. Wilkins to Clarence large cabinet. Tel. 516. OUR LINE OFFERS—Kitchen clocks in i assorted styles and colors at various ' prices. Hamilton's, 225 S. James St. Nat'l Bank Bldg. Bouses tor Sale Bel» Wanted—Male 33 RESPONSIBLE MAN—To sell Fruit trees to farmers and Ornamental stock in towns. Liberal commission. Write now. Malonry Brothers Nursery Co., Dans- vllle, N. Y. Situations Wanted—Female 36 SUPKRFLAME Oil. HEATERS — $31.50 and up. Grotemat's WIFE SAVING STATION. srE—The new MEADOWS WASHER at THE 1'ALACK. Scottville. $39.95 ami up. FRANK CLAVKAU. YOU WILL FIND—Smooth, rounded lines with no sharp corners on the 1939 Inn.-i IIP rin hi at rs. I'riced $-19, up. II." Smedbcrg & Son, Custer. ty Deed to Lots 4 and 5 of ,N. McMillan, and wife, Clara B. Block 121 of Second addition [McMillen, Warranty deed, to SKVEN-ROOM HOUSE—Large garage and 5 acres of land lor sale. 2 mis. S. U n of I.udington on US-3I. | " J . . . , ,. IDeed. to Commencing at the to City of Ludineton. Snmuel B. Chase, wmuwer, Hadeler, Quit Ni/2 of S!/ 2 of NEi/4 of NEi/4 of Section 11, Pere Marguette Twp. 10 acres. Morris I. Diamond and wife, 317 N. GAYLoiip AVE.—Modern one- | Southeast corner of Lot 7 of;Sadie, to Simon G. Kramer, story house lor sale, oimstead & . Block 9 of the Plat of Weimer, i Quit Claim Deed to SW'/ 4 of running thence South 50 feet !NEy 4 of SW'/i Section 15, Grant Wanted—Real Estate Farm Equipment 61 | 89 to the Northwest corner of Lot i Township, 10 acres. — 3 of Block 10 of the Plat of \ Simon G. Kramer and wife, HOL'SKS WANTED—rash or terms. List weimcr. and being all land "Tirza, to United States of &j:: o San y n*nil BiS B . today - A ' ^lyinsr West of Kansas Street of ^ ^f/i^' Warranty Deed to T ' -Ithe Plat of Weimer, the same ^W 1 /^ 01 NE%i of SWVi of Sec- PUMPS WATCH SYSTEMS-MAYTOOLi.DOOR HANO£J« D. SMEDBERG & SON- CUSTER. "'Mrs Cecelia Peterson. 4l'o West Lud- FOR SALE—Good used McCormlck-] Im-ton avenue. Phone 486-.I. Decrlng corn binder in excellent con- Live Stock O~«—S^^^W-V^V^ih^VJ^-^S^N.^^^^ Poultry and Supplies 49 PULLETS—While Rock and Rhode Island Red. B mos. old; for sale. Mrs. Christian Andersen, R. 1, Custer. Merchandise .rxo^^NX^y-Xf t^^-ita'-WV/'S^'Vi'SXN Articles tor Sale 51 dition. Lawrence Mattix, Scottville. Musical Merchandise B-FLAT TRUMPET—In good condition for sale. Keith Adams, Fountain. Seeds, Plants, Flowers 63 SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted for this column will lie 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. I being a parcel of land 50 feet i tion 15 - Grant Township. 10 l in width North and South ex-i acres. ! tending Westerly to the Section j Emma Houk and Lucy Rine- jline of Section 27, Hamlin hart, heirs of Miles G Parker I Township. jand Harriet Parker, to Edward | Agnes Klawinski, widow to |Parker, brother of first par- i Frank Klawinski, son of first i ties - Quit Claim Deed to sy, partv. Warranty Deed. Lot 6 | of WV 2 of. Lot 11 of Block 3", of Block 112 of Second Addi- i Village of Pere Marquette, now tion to City of Ludington. ',P ai 't of the City of Ludington. DARWIN TULIP BUI BS—For silc 1'irco i TJHIEE FEEDER CATTLE—Will swap nnimip, iui,ii iiui.ua—i or sail, iai|,i. „,.,,,. .,!„« i,,,,, inv^r,,, iin.t micl e r. Snmuel B. Chase, widower, to Max Wolff and wife. Olga H., Quit Claim Deed, to Commencing; at the Southeast cor- nor of Lot 5, Blk. 9 of the P'at Oscar Janousek and wife, Lydia E., to Edith E. Schwartz, Quit Claim Deed, to SWV4 of NW'/i of Section 8, Eden Township. 40 acres. nf Weimer. running, thence Sly I Edith E. Schwartz, to Oscar size, named varieties, 25c a doz., $2 a hundred; also wood and coal enameled range. Mrs. Lawrence 1/clsc, E. Main St., Fountain. 20 ft. tn the Northwest corner for cow; also two 19x550 tires and cir- of Lot 7 Of Block 9 aforesaid ' "" and being a parcel of land lv- culator heater to swap for chickens, pigs or what have you. Gust Becker, '/i mi. N. of Fountain. e- West of the alley in the middle of Block 9 of the Plat Janousek and wife, Lydia E. Janousek, Quit Claim Deed to SWy 4 of NW'/4 of Section 8, RKMINOTON—Automatic 12-gaugc, 10- gaiige gun and case, fine gun cabinet. l Mrs. Jolin Lcuwir, 204 N. Slaffon St. SICI.LINCi—Used furniture, cook stoves, Township, 40 acres. ,,-i,tm«-« i — - "* ""- *"" i Jose P n D - Tilden, a single TULIP BULBS—25c to soc a doz. NCI-i TWO "Y"" 1 )"!;' 0 ''""^. wood TcT' of Wnimer and between the i man . to Max F. Rahn and wife, G9°5-J sa Mrs Fr.uk'Manic, 208 w. Viler: i West line of Section 27, Ham- ; Geneva, Warranty Deed to Hn Townshin. which section |NEV 4 of NE>/ 4 of Section 3, |O'>n in n»tT* 11*11 I.' in'll PliovrnlfM ,, . ... . ~"**^-»» ;T3J,,~..J n-, i . .- * son's, 1st house cast of R. R., E. Lud- I ington Ave. I A /W/VPKEP POOW6! AM> A FI6HTSK BV TME WAV US MOV&6! HOT Tiacluem "U „. „. Patent O ff.cr YER AWANTIN RIVETS AN' . WASHERS, EH, HORSEFEATHERS? —M ft-M -• WHUTCKA GOT IN HIND T' USE. X EM PER? TAIN'T NONE O' YER CANS 8IZNESS-LET2T HAVE'EM.'! BETTER 0»ET SOME GtLUE~AN' SOME TACKS-AN' —UM- LET'S SEE- Wanted—To Buy heaters and heatrolas. Bob's New & BUYING—Used furniture, cook stoves, Used Furniture Store. 501 E. Dowland. heaters and heatrolas. Bob's New & j Used Furniture Store, 501 E. Dowland. ! Cook with DRIGAS the Bottled Cooking Gas Dri-Gas Has a Higher B. T. U. Rating — Burns Cleaner — Lasts Longer. ROPER RANGES ROUND OAK TWO-OVEN COMBINATION RANGES. H. SMEDBERG &SON Custer, Mich. Real^Estate^fpr Rentj Apartments and Flats 74 | FIVE-ROOM—Ground floor, unfurnished apartment for rent. luq. 405 N. Rath Ave. FURNISHED, THREE-ROOM— Apartment for rent. Inquire at 605 S. Washington Ave. HUI'MOBILK—-1931 Chevrolet, Guernsey bull; will swap for livestock. 3 mis. E. of Hart, "i mi. S. of Randcl school. Raymond Malburg. Real Estate Transfers Prepared by Mason County Ab- straft Association, Ltd., Ludington, Mich., for Period — Sept, ...._.,. ____________ , ..-„ ...... „ ..... -,, _______ . _____ Bank, by also' rum. room. i'nq. 301 "N. Delia st'. j President and Cashier, to Har- THREE-ROOM—New, modern,, furn. I 1 to 15 Inc. 1939. apt., private bath, Norge refrigerator; 1 Ludington State line is now under the waters of Riverton Township, 40 acres. Hamlin Lake and beine- a oar- Cit .y of Ludington, by Its eel of land 20 ft. width North (Mayor and Its Clerk, to" Waland south and pxtendinu West- ! i er Chadwick, Warranty Deed erly to the West Section line ! to Lot 5 - Block 26. Tinkham's of said Section 27 aforesaid Subdivision of Tinkham's Ad- Marion Buckingham, widow. | dltion to Cit y of Ludington. tn Alexander W. Hamel and ! Harry McMahon, a single THEY AREN'T USED TO HAVIN& SECRETS LAST THIS LONG IN CORNERS / -TAINT FlTTIN'tf - BUT PETERS ISN'T EXACTLY LAVISH WITH CLUES TO 5UIDETHE LOCAL. SLEUTHS/ Si trna Hamel, his wife! Quit Claim Deed to Lot 5 and West 18 feet of Lot 4 of Block 41 Original Plat, City of Ludington. TWO LIGHT I1SKPG. APTS—One 3-rm., one '1-rin.; baths, heated, unfurnished, over Caplon's Drygoods store. Tel. 1912. in a. m. or after 6 p. m. 303 N. Robert. MYERS SYSTEMS. WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATORS • ry A. Meisenheimer, Quit Claim Deed to NW>/ 4 of NWV 4 of Section 24, Summit Township. TWO-, THREE-, OR FivE-RooM-Fum. Arthur . J. Smith and wife, apts.; also sleeping room, call 691-R Estella B., to Franklin G. var- " " • ney and wife, Margaret H. Varney, Warranty Deed to all of Block 21. Village of Custer. Scottville Dqppsitors Corporation of City of Scottyille, by President and Secy.-Treas. to Leonard P. Smedberg, Quit Claim Deed, to WV? of Block 20 of Village of Custer, excepting and reserving therefrom a piece of land commencing at the northwest corner of said John Rathbun and wife Grace, to Alexander W. Hamel and wife, Signa Hame.!. Quit Claim Deed to Lot 5 and West 18 feet of Lot 4 of Block 41 Original Plat, City of Luding- SMALL, HEATED APARTMENT—For rent, furnished or unfurnished. Inquire at 705 1C. Ludington Ave. 207 JEFFERSON ST—Upstairs apartment for rent. Inquire at 220 Second St. Houses for Rent MODERN HOUSE—For rent at 206 North Franklin street. Olmstead & Newberg. I'hoiiL- 22 or 792 evenings. 100 N. FKANKLIN ST.—Modern house ,_,-„„ fVl - ,,„„(-,, n,, D for rent. C. F. Oimstead. Tel. 22 or along the north line said 752. 311 E. MBLENDY Modern Home with furnace heat for rent. Inquire Same address, Kathcrlnc Nelson, Block 20, 120 feet; thence run- ton Philip F. Bailey and wife, Katrina D. Bailey to Josephine Bailey, Quit Claim Deed to WM? of SWV 4 of Section 31, Eden Townsbio,. 80 acres. Giistave Wollager, bachelor, to .City »6f Scottyille. Warranty Deed to Lots 6 and '7 and the Ni/a of Lot 5. all in Block 2, Mc- Donour's Addition to thp Village. now City of Scottville. John B. Lowe. Joseohine Orl MoCleary, Joseoh H. Muir and wife, Maybell, to Minnie Brockhaus. Quit Claim Deed, to a certain triangular parcel of land bounded on the North by Melendy Street, on the East , nimg Sly., parallel with the by Charles St. (now Rath Ave- West line of said Block 20, 50 nue), and on the South and' feet; thence running Wly par- West by Robert Street — as re- man, to Anna McMahon, a single woman, Quit Claim Deed to North 140 feet of the" South 340 feet of E'/ 2 of Block 2 of Gilbert's Addition to Bass Lake Park, a subdivision of Lot 4 in Section 26, Summit Twp. Edward Parker and wife, Bertha, to John Horacek and wife, Mary, Warranty Deed to SV 2 of Wy 2 of Lot 11 of Block 3, Village of Pere Marquette, now part of the City of Ludington. Leon Garrett and wife, Bessie, to Alexander W. Hamel and wife, Signa Hamel, Quit Claim peed, to Lot 5 and W»/ 2 of , Lot 4 of Block 41, Ordinal Plat, acres> City of Ludington. Alexander W. Hamel and wife, Signa, to Clav F. Oim- stead and wife, Ada Mae and Emil Newberg and wife, Martha, Quit Claim Deed to East 12 feet of W'/ 2 of Lot 4 of Block 41, Original Plat, City of Ludington. Janet Peters, widow, to Charles F. Ruggles, Quit Claim Deed, to Government Lot 4 of Section 1, Grant Township, Charles R. Hanson, an unmarried man, to D. Leslie Prehn and wife, Vima, Warranty Deed to Lot 9 of Block 136, Third Addition to City of Ludington. Hans B. Wiborg, a single man, to United States of America, Warranty Deed, to Wy 2 of SE'/ 4 of NEi/4 and NEV 4 of SEy 4 of NEi/4 of Section 15, Logan Township, 30 acres. Edwin F. Charlson and wife, Emma, L., to United States of America, Warranty Deed to E'/ 2 of Lot 2, except a strip of land described as the East 1 rod, the North 2 rods and the West 1 rod of the E>/ 2 of Lot 2 in said Section 1, Freesoil Township, cont. in all' 26.53 1 acres. attend the Centerville fair. vited to send a post card to the Mr. and Mrs. Herman Flickin-1 historical site committee giving Walhalla Mr. and Mrs. Ora Smith and Mrs. Verle McKenzie motored to Flint Friday, Sept. 15, to attend the funeral of Leigh Bacon. Mrs. Verle McKenzie accompanied Mrs. Jess Smith and daughter. Donna, of Custer, to Lansing Monday. Mrs. c. O. Barnhart and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Smith, left Monday for Three Rivers to ger and children of Scottville" were visitors at the home of Mrs. Verle McKenzie Sunday, Sept; 17. the location of such site. This committee includes Frederic Read and Lars Benson of Harold Blunt and Mr. and I Ludington, Mrs. E. M. Stephens Mrs. Robert Smith and children, of Freesoil, Sam Hjortholm of all of Muskegon, visited relatives in this end. vicinity over last week- Notes of County Historical Society (By MRS. G. PEARL DARK) Victory and Fred Campbell. Historical sites may be where the first settlement in your, cdrn- munity was begun, the site -gl the first schoolhouse, the fir$t sawmill, a town long since abandoned or a ghost town, tne first church site, where the first , white child was born, old Indiain ] reservations and b u r y i n' r g grounds. Where was your first At "a recent executive meeting mill, the old stage road, etc? of officers and township writers j You may know of many othejrs of the Mason County Historical society, James McElroy, first to sign the society's roll as an honorary member, attended on his 84th birthday anniversary: Anyone desiring to pay their than those listed. The work of marking sites and gathering history should be of interest to every county resident, We are fast learning the'vajue of our local history as an eduqft- annual 25-cent dues to the so- J tional and cultural ' advantage, ciety is invited to give them to as well as a tourist and business Mrs. E. M. Stephens in Freesoil; Mrs. Mabel MacKenzie in Custer, Mrs. C. M. Fisher in Scottville, Mrs. V. Chancellor in Fountain, or Miss Agnes MacLaren in Ludington. Anyone in the county knowing spots of historic interest is in- asset, and any historical information will be welcomed by the society. The word incense means p§jf- fume, but it always is a derivative of a vegetable product!- ft gum or resin, or various spices, ^

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