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Ludington, Michigan
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MONDAY, SEPT. 25,1 THE LANDLORDS Fill Those Vacancies Quickly With An Inexpensive WANT AD T PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Dally rate per line for consecutive Insertions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines ..... $ .81 f .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 bet ariowed. Ads ordered -for three or six days and stopped before expiration will be charged only for the number of times thi td appeared and the adjustment mauc at the rate earned. Publishers rfscrvc the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. Rate per line for white space ii the snme as a line of copy. SUITCASES Genuine baked enamel. Will wear indefinitely. Size 12x24 inches. POPEYE O. 8. Patent Office Trademark Register** A Sinking Fund Is a Poor Investment! Mowers acrt ftvonrnlng Goods* CUT FLOWERS— And funeral work. Tel. G72. Frank Nordlne, 810 E. Ludlngton Ave. Strayed, trosv Found 10 FOUND — Female bird dog. Owner may have same by identifying and paying for ad and keep. Joe Liskonis. Custer. PENNEY'S LARGE CAPACITY FUEL TANKS—Are provided on the 1939 Duo-Therm oil heaters. Thcrmostatic control, $6.50 j extra. II. Smedbcrg & Son, Custer. USED FURNITURE BARGAINS! Second Hand Store, 519 S. James St. USED FURNITURE—For sale. Inquire at :t!7 N. James St. between 10 a. m. and 5 p. m. SHIVER MV TIMBERS, THE OME-EVED RAT KNOCKED OUT THE WHOLE _» j*—X v\; ni^/u. t— /2,-tCREW ^r^\ '^ Antomotlve XV^/'X^WH^S^V^V^XNrf'^^^V^ Automobiles for Sale 11 Jewelry, Watches. Diamonds 60 YOU'LL LIKK—Our new numbers in I Elgin watches for men and women Hamilton's, Z23 S. James St. FOR s/U.E—iv,oaci-,\ Fords, Chcvrolets, Plymouths. Used cars, $30.00 up. Barton's, Kast Ludington avenue. 1934 I'ONTIAC—J-door sedan, 1934 V-8 Ford. 1931 Chevrolet 4-door sedan, 1929 Ford trucks; also 2 end 4-wheel trailers. Hrody Bros., 41G E. Dbwland. Trailers SILVER DOME HOUSE TRAILER—18 ft., equipped; 1st reasonable offer takes same. Can be seen at Barton i B-FLAT TRUMPET—In good condition lake, 4'-. mis. S. of Custer. ! for sale. Keith Adams, Fountain. I Business Service ^^~^^^^XV^^^^^^«*-^^>^hX^^N^^*-*i^N^%^*^^^^^NX Repairing—Service Stations 16: NO MONKEY BUSINESS—When we do j a Job of acetylene welding, It's right, i Betka Garage, 1102 S. Madison St. ii 4S2«sn«iM Services Offered Its AL DUMAS RADIO SERVICE—RCA Vic- | tor ftndio. Expert service on any radio. 225 S. .Tames St., and Scottvlllo HKGINN1NP SEPT. 26 Pressing cider every Tuesday and Friday at Baibak's farm. Hound lake, '•„. ml. N. of Holmes school. TTFVTinv n»,rt .=.™.u r* ATTENTION—Dead stock removal. Phone collect. Prompt service. MUSKBGON RENDERING CO. Tel. Scottville, I29-F-I1. rlll>W—Important are your them. Glasses that fit Improve vision. Chlnnery, Scottville. WE SELL—The best anil service the rest—radios, washers', oil burnnrs, ironers. refrigerators, etc. Buy where you get service. Grotemat's WIFE SAVING STATION. 417 S. James St. TH A'S TOO VOO KJEED A GOOD SHIP, AMD THIS IS THE BEST TUB THAT E.MER. SAILED THE SENJEM ^SEAS r I WILL HAME TO GET UP AMOTHER SCHEME A PROPOSITION! FOR. VOL) WRECK StNKSp \MTERESKEO Copr l'»0. Kins fcaturci SynJicjie Man Overboard SCOECHY SMITH Trademark Registered U. s. Paten: Office FORGETTING Farm Equipment H. SMKDBERG & SON. CU8TER. dltion. Lawrence Matitx, scottvillc. Fist Fiesta fTademark Registered U. 8. Patcii* Office Musical Merchandise DICKIE DARE A-A-AH! A, CRAFTiSMAlJ OF T RIGHT FI6T THKOLHSH Specials at the Stores FOU SALE—Good used McCormlck- 11A i peering corn binder In excellent con- LOOK"—We arc Riving a beautiful 32- | pli-cc se( of China dishes free with every Round Oak range sold. The time is limited so get yours now. H. Sincd- berg & Son, Custer. BUYING—Used furniture, cook stoves, heaters and hcatrolas. Bob's New & Used Furniture Store, 501 E. Dowland. Real^EstateJ^or Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FURNISHED. THREE-ROOM— Apartment for rent. Inquire at 605 Washington Ave. j THKKE-ROOM—New, modern. turn. Obntt' , ?PA" J! ri I il £i! tll .'_3P'S8 r .? fi N n N. Dtlla TWO LIGHT IISKPG. APTS—One 3-rrn., one 4-rm.; baths, heated, unfurnished, , cm r Caplon's Drygoods store. Tel. 1219. i Cleaning, Dyeing, Renovating 20 MEN'S SUITS—Dry cleaned and pressed; plain dresses. 49c. Ludington Dry Cleaners, James and Foster Sts, Employment *^V^^^SX%^-^-^-^.''W^fc^^^^ Business Opportunities 38 AUTO SUPPLIES—WHOLESALE 50 FAST selling items. Steady repeat year round business. Requires $100 for assorted stock. TUNGSTEN FACTORY WAREHOUSE, 1414 Wabash Ave., Chicago. Merchandise i-^^^X>iXNXK* %Xx^"Ni*-»^^XXX>^%XN Articles for Sale 51 207 JEFFERSON ST—Upstairs apartment for rent. Inquire at 220 Second St. 415 N. RATH AVE.—Three-room fur- ] nished apartment for rent. Inquire at same address between 4 and 7 p. m. LEGAL NOTICES quired Polish territory is proceeding apace. The program is said to include a campaign against landlord and capitalist classes. Houses for Kent MODERN HOUSF — For rent at 206 North Franklin street. Olmstead & Newberg. Phone 22 or 792 evenings. MODERN HOUSE— 5 bedrooms, 2 complete baths, newly decorated throughout. Inq. 317 N. James St. between 10 a. in. and 5 p. m. PETITION TO DETERMINE HEIRS STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of 7 1 } ! Mason. 1 At a session of said court, held nt the probirte office, In the City of Ludlngton, in said county, on the 8th day of September A. D. 1939. Pivsent: Hon. Owen J. Oavlgan, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Wil- linm Schumacher, Deceased. Clay F. Olmstend having filed in sold 100 N. FRANKLIN ST.—Modern house for rent. C. F. Olmstead. Tel. 22 or 752. BUCHAREST, Sept. 25. — Rumania has given jjer S^ th lfSi he cal Storm in Call- ed c alinescu>s body was Many Dead in Tropi- RUMANIAN PREMIER BURIED AS H.E WISHES! WEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS Trademark Registered U. H. Patent Offlcr (/P) as- REMINGTON—Automatic 12-gaiige, 10- gauge gun and case, fine gun cabinet. Mrs. John I.enwcr, 204 N. Slaffon St. SELLING—Used furniture, cook stoves, IUM UTS and heatrolas. Dob's New & Used Furniture Store. 501 E. Dowland. TWO DUMP BOXES—One 2-yard, one 3- yard. Harry Barnett, 207 E. State St.. Scottville. Tel. 97. Farm and Dairy Product* 55 ULUE CONCORD GRAPES—50c a bu.. picked. Bring baskets. William Miller, '/. ml. W. of Sugar Grove. GRAPES FOR SALF—50c a bu. Pick them yourself. J. H. Gamertsfcldcr & Son. Tel. Z2-F-G. PROLIFIC PEACHES—50c a bu., at my farm. Charles McDonald, R. 1, Ludington. Phone 35-F-ll. TOMATOES—Potatoes, squash, for salf; also 8-yr.-oId horse. : ).'i ml. S. of Am- her corners. Clyirles Tetzloff. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers court his petition praying that said court adjudicate and determine who were at the time of his death the legal heirs of said deceased and entitled to | Inherit the real estate of which said I —— — I deceased died seized, 311 E. MELENDY Modern Home with n, j s ordered, that the 2nd day of furnace heat for rent. Inquire Same I October A D 1939. at ten o'clock In the address. Kathcrine Nelson. j forenoon, at said probate office, be and r- .... — ~ j is hereby appointed for hearing said petition; It is further ordered, that public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy ot this order for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, in The Ludlngton Daily News, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county. OWEN J. GAVIGAN, i Judge ol Probate. FOR BARGAINS IN—Houses, lots, farms A true copy: taken Sunday to Curtea de Arges to (lie near the grave of his fath- (Continued from Page i) ' er, after services in the athen- drowned. Mrs. Dorothy Sterling ,ium here attended by military 35, died as the 33-foot cruiser I and political leaders headed Jolly Tom crashed to pieces'in by King Carol and Crown the jetty entrance at Newport harbor. Two youths were drowned in the surf off Long Brokers In Real Estate R *4«t»*n*ns-iBT«.ir> * t* f M>R BARGAINS—In city, farm and re^ I sort property see Home Realty Co., | Room 8, Nan Bank Bldg. , , or income property sec A. T. Benson, Nat'l Bank Uldg. Bouses tor Sale 84 MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate. Sept. 11. 18, 25. SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE—Large fiaragc I W&I W&ltS f Of nnrt C r*nt.n<. ..f I n .. .1 f .. _ l_ n i.. r> I »TI«I - — •— — and 5 acres of land for sale. of Ludlngton on US-31. 2 mis. S. 317 N. GAYLORD AVE. Modern one- story house for sale. Olmstead & Newberg. Phone 22 or 792. Wanted—Real Estate 8!) nightly favorable to HOUSES WANTED—cash or terms. List j Herr Hitler. Look at this: Stalin's Disclosures (Continued \rorn PU S K l) entire complexion of the Eastern European set-up, which had been your property with me today. A. Benson, Nat'l Bank Bldg. T. DRY HARD WOOD—$2.00 n cord at my home, 2 cords $5.00 delivered. C. B. Jaggcr. Tel. 5-F-12. FOR SALE—Dry Hard Wood J2.75 a cord, two cords $5.00. Also kindling wood. Delivered. .Telephone G70-M. M1XRIVLOO8B HAY—5 ton, for sale, $35. Chris•• Thompson, 2 mis. N. Victory townhall, \'\ ml. E., Ludington, R. 4. SACCO PLANT FOOD—For better lawns and gardens. BETHKE FEED BARN. Phone 165-W. SEASONED HARD WOOD—1 cord, $2.50; •i cords, $4.75; 3 cords, $7.25. DELIVERED. Phone 308-R. Good Things to Eat NEW HONEY NOW READY — Save money; bring own container. John M. A. Ilansen, Vi ml. N, of Stiles corner. 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. The storm 'brought a 20-degree drop in temperatures generally throughout Southern California. The gales and rain wreaked havoc with power lines, left many communities without lights for long periods, temporarily disrupted main railroad systems and closed highways. The rains were described as of cloudburst proportions in the vicinity of Kingman, Ariz., where east-west highways were closed and traffic on the mainline of the Sante Fe was disrupted. Southern Pacific railroad traffic was disrupted by rains near Indio, Calif. 'CAMPAIGN OF FIGURES' URGED BY DICKINSON LITTLE PIGS—Six weeks old; will swap for anything I can use. Ellis Hanson, K. 2, Scottville, 2'/4.m!s. W, of Wiley store. CLOVER HONEY—7c a Ib. Bring containers. 5 gal. $4.0P delivered Irtpoun- ly. -A. R. Klrkman, tt. 2, Custer. Household Goods 6» BARGAIN PRICES—On good used gasoline engine washing machines, cream separators, range stoves, electric ; ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Mattlx Storo, Scottville. ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION—Is ideal anywhere. See our now G. E. and Copeland refrigerators, $99.50. Learn about their features before you buy. W. E. READER & CO., In CUSTER. LARGE SIZE—Ward's and Kalamazoo < coal; beaters, Your offer. LARGE new oil heaters in $59.50; loo RBI, oil free. Wallace i 210 W. Ludlngton Ave. Tel. 604. LITTLE PIGS—Will swap for hay. H. T. White, 1,4 mile north of Eagle school. THREE FEEDER CATTLE—Will swap for cow; also two 19x550 tires and circulator heater to swap for chickens, pigs or what have you. Gust Becker, Ki mi. N. of Fountain. TWO HYDRAULIC DODGE TRUCKS— For sale or will swap for wood. Tel. 695-J. Mrs. Frank Manic, 208 W. Filer. The most complicated musical instrument in the world is said to be the orchestron, located in the Provincial Trade Museum in Stuttgart, Germany, It was constructed in 1805, and contains 37 flutes, 38 clarinets, eight trumpets, besides drums, cymbals, hautboys and basoons. First off, Russia has taken three-fifths of Poland, a considerable portion of which had been battled for by the German army. Hitler has had to abandon his pet scheme of taking over the wonderfully rich Russian Ukraine, toward which he has been looking with longing eyes since days before he came to power. Diplomatic quarters in Moscow express the opinion that Russia's occupation of Eastern Poland has prevented any direct German march into Rumania through Poland. The only way Germany now could get to Rumania—should it wish to—is through Hungary. These observers say this might i be a vital factor in the European war, since Germany has been' straining every nerve to secure Rumania's vast oil supplies and wheat. The Na^is need these badly, especially the oil, for prosecution of the war. Premier Calinescu, who was assassinated last week by pro-Nazi Iron Guardsmen, had been blocking Berlin's aims in this respect. Everybody in Eastern Europe is rushing to get a nice spot in the Russian sun. Hitler's problem now, in the view of many (observers, is to figure out whether if he wins the war from the Allies he may not lose it to Russia. Word from Moscow is that the FLINT, Sept. "campaign of 25. — •(/?)— A statistics" designed to 'bring a return of prohibition was outlined by Governor Luren D. Dickinson Sunday. • Addressing members of the Genesee county WCTU, the governor declared : "If we make a campaign of statistics and the effect of liquor traffic on the pocketbook, the voters will take care of the problem as they did 20 years ago." Dickinson said liquor and the crimes it caused were costing the state $90,000,000 for every $10,000,000 of state liquor revenues. Money now spent for liquor would employ four times as many persons if it were spent for necessities, he asserted. SIGWU'ND PRiUD~DEAD LONDON, Sept. 25.—(A 1 )—Anna Freud, daughter of the Austrian psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud, who died here Saturday night, may edit and publish his views on the mentality of Adolf Hitler. She was her father's closest callaborator. The scientist's son, Martin, said today his father died in a coma, but that "his spirit was unbroken by his long illness and even his migration from Vienna at the age of 82." Freud was forced to move to England .a. little more than a year .ago after the German- Prince Mihai. In his testament, the premier had asked that he be buried beside his father, and that he be carried to hi,", grave in a peasant cart drawn by oxen. Both wishes were carried out. Calinescu was shot Thursday by students identified by j officials as members of the outlawed pro-Nazi Iron Guard. ' Freesoil Shows Are Enjoyed "The Hoosier Schoolmaster" was shown on the Freesoil 9p- en-air screen Thursday evening with a large crowd in attendance. Next Thursday evening the last free show of the season will be given. The open air shows, sponsored by Freesoil business concerns, have attracted large crowds throughout the season. It has been estimated by Freesoil business men that the attendance has been as high as about 800 persons. This is the second summer that free open air shows have . been given here and the at- j tendance has been very con- ' elusive evidence that the people have appreciated them. The shows have been very satisfactory and a welcome diversion through the summer. Although as many, or more, than 300 cars have been parked for the show, there have Deen no accidents and no disturbances. PETERS / WHAT ON EARTH YOU DOING WITH MY CLOTHES BASKET ?? GIT IT RIGHT OUT O'THAT VISE 1 / I GOT A WHOLE TUB O' WASHING:—// -YOU AIN'T AGOIN' T' STAND] IN THE WAY O',PROGRESS,, ARE VA? THIS HERE BASKET IS EE'SSENTI AL- T'OUR INVENTION / y// ^ t* \ -*•— • ~-\r-> 1 ,T sC.L-l . ~. — »• *-\ *;V>. m ^ ' v ~ > >'^5 \ .-el In Til" AP fV 9-2 HORSEFEATHERS WON A TRIUMPH FOR PROGRESS, BUT IT WAS RATHER A HOLLOW VICTORY-THE OLD BOY HAD TO GIVE UP AN HOUR OF HIS SERVICES TO HOLDING AN ARMFUL OF WET CLOTHES WHILE MYRA HUNGr THEM/ Potatoes bid fair to be high- A number of are complain- potato "fields Conditions in Wheat, cwt $1.00 Produce 19o Hides Beef .4o priced this year. Freesoil farmers ing that their have blighted. counties to the north are said to be worse than here. " The potato yield in this part of the p.tate, at least, will "be sharply cut because of potato blight. THE~ MARKETS (Additional Markets on Page 3) LOCAL. milKK«TS Light red kidney beans $2.75 . nark red kidney beans $3.00 i Ind. Bliss Triumphs, 2. Dark cranberry beans 42.50 A,PD!PR—TJ. S. No. 1: Mich. Delicious, I-lRht cranberry beans $2.50 1.25; Mclntosh, .50-.85 according to qual- Saglnaw Beans (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) SAUINAW, Mich., Sept. 25.—W)— Michigan Bean, Shippers' Association Monday prices: Hanclplcked pea beans, per cwt., 3.10; handplcked red kidneys, light, 3.50; dark, 3.50; handplcked yel- loweyes, 3; handplcked choice recleaned cranberries, light, 2.50; dark, 2. Detroit Produce (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) , DETROIT, Mich., Sept. 25.—(^>)— (United States Department ol Agriculture.)—Offerings of all commodities at the wholesale produce were ample to meet the demands of the trade but the total volume of movement was rather light. Potatoes—100 Ib. sacks U. S. No. 1: Ida. Rxisspt Burbanks, 1.85-2, few higher: Midh. Bound Whites, 1.20-1.35; Chip- pewas, 1.25-1.60, according to quality; Whlte pea beans •• ......$2.00 I Hy; Jonathans, .75-1; Wealthvs. .25- nu Yelloweye beans $2.75 according to quality; Wolf Rivers, .25- Poultry Leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. and up lie Heavy hens 14o Plymouth Rock springers, under 4 Ibs 17o Plymouth Rock springers, Colored springers .'I5o 4 Ibs. and up 17c Grain •'<'•' Sovietizing of the newly ac- Austrian anschluss. .50 according to quality. Grapes—Mich, truck receipts Con- coruE 12 qt. baskets mostly around, .26; I few higher; 4 qt. baskets, .14, i Onions—50 Ib. sacks: Mich. Yellows, medium size, .50-.65; mostly, .60-.65. Peaches-^Mich. too lew sales to establish market. Detroit Livestock (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) Oata", owt. ....I. .......I.'.,'.',',.'.'.'jitiQ DETROIT, Sept. 25.—W)—Cattle—Re\ . ceipts 2,000; market slow; good to choice I day 36; market, Idaho Russets stronger, yearlings, 9.75-11; fair to good year- '"'- «"•>«*» -K™,* ,t.««j» »„.*!,.,.*, lings, 8.50-9.50; good to choice heavy steers, 9.50-10.50; fair to good heavy steers, 8.50-9.25; common butcher cattle, 5.50-6.50; canner and cutter cows, 4-5.50; best butcher and heavy bologna bulls, 7.50-8; milkers and springers, 50-75. Calves—Receipts 800; market steady; best, 13.50; few selects, 14; fair to good, 11-13; seconds, 10-11; dulls and common, 5-9.50. Sheep and lambs—Receipts 2.500; market, steady to 25 cents lower; best lambs, 9.50; heavy fat sheep, 2-.50; culls and common, 1.50-2. Hogs—Receipts 2,000; market prospects, 7.85. fair quality about steady, Northern Cobblers,, and .Early Qhlos,,steady^ supplies rattier,heavy, depiancLfairly good; sacked pir cwt. Idaho Russet Burbanfcs U. S. No. 1, washed, 1.65-.85; mostly, 1.70-.80; unwashed, 1.60; Colorado Red McClures U. S. No. 1, washed. 1,80; unwashed, 1.70; North Dakota Red River Valley section Cobblers 90 percent-or better U. S. No. 1, 1.25; Bliss Triumphs 85-90 percent U. S. No. 1, 1.20-.30; Wisconsin Cobblers U. S. No. 1. few Backs, 1.25. Detroit Poultry'- -'. (Quotations in Cents) •> . DETROIT, Sept. 25.—Iff 1 )—Poultry- Chicago Poultry ' (Quotations in Cents) CHICAGO, Sept. 25.—W—Poultry— Receipts live, 74 tracks; market easy: hens, 4>,a Ibs. up. 17; under 414 -Ips., HIV, leghorn hens, lH-j; broilers*2J£ UM. and unijer, colored, Wfe;;., Plymduth Bock. 18! White RocS. 18; leghorn brg«- ers, 2 Ibs. and under, 14H: leghorn »bbto 5 Ibs. up, 12. rabbits, Market steady; hens, 5 Ibs. up. 17; under b Ibs., 16; leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. up, - -,„„,, 13; cocks, 10; leghorn cocks. 8; Rock ^,r£~™v' in'VinriPr 4 Ths colored ar,t>lnrrn>*c - IT- l*wVir»,-M snrlT»f»*»rn 14* White KOCK, Id, Under 1 1US. COUH?U|* springers, 11, jegnorri springers, IH, i TJI,TVM™I*V» T»ru*ir IMJ.» whltA Rnck"» u youns hen turkeys. 10 Ibs,up, 20; young , g>S?c38»M?& roostlwTu; legi horn roosters, 10%; duoks. 4li U».>UR- colored, 13", white. 13: small oolored^lO; white, 11: geese., old. 13j young. ' • Detroit Dairy (Quotations in Cents) DETROIT, Sept. 25.—(/P)—Butter- Best creamery In tubs. 27-28. Eggs—current receipts, 1614: dirties. |4; checks, Chicago Potatoes J Quotations in Dollars and-Cents) CHICAGO, 111., Sept. 25.-4/O—(Untt- e<*''States Department ot Agriculture.) springs over 2 Ibs., 12; springs, 4 Ibs. ", 14>' 2 : Plymouth Rook, 15ft: , , . keys, torns, 17; hens. 18. Dairy (Quotations In Cents) CHICAGO. Sept. ,;!».—(#)—1, Receipts 560,464; market llrtn: or.? 93 score, 29tf-%; M, 2«%; .8' ~ 26',i; 89, 25»,4; 88, 25; 90. Cent -*»*, .,, ^.^ reSh graded, extra, firsts too*, • :\r "»aif**wi;ra ^TG^/CM v**i«**v v** **QA *WV*»WM* v/ • »• »*•*•• „.——,—-», ». • t ««i»i / i^i * —Potatoes—Receipts 234, on tracK-432,cam, lOft; firsts local, 18ft: c»W,, total U. 8. shipments Saturday 454, Bun- current receipts, wy«. , ,.->»

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