The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 26, 1939 · Page 9
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TUESDAY, SEPT. 26, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE NINE Harvest Time Is The Time To Sell Your Business. Want Ads The Place PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Dally rate per HAe for consecutive Inlortions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines $ .81 I .72 One day, 3 lines 36 .30 Advertising ordered for Irregular In- sorUnns 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 Insert Ion 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 rejert any Classified advertising copy. Kate per line for white space Is the same as a line of copy. Announcements Cards or Tnarrks Wimpy Drives a Bargain POPEYE V. 8. Patent Office Trademark Registered JUST RECEIVED 12'/ 2 IVJ1LL SELL\ THAT IS \ FOR HALFJ EMTIRELV L TOOH1GH , WILL SELL THE SHIP C^EAP ANJD IT rS ONJ ACCOUNT Or MV VJ1FE THAT » OFFER SUCH ABARGAIK1, FOR4OVEARSI vf WHAT HAVE PROMISED) is VOUR ONE-FOURTH \MOULD VOU GIVE ME ONE- EIGHTH OF THE ' VALUE OF }E SHIPS ARF! ARF« MPV »s SOME 1K1 THE CREW Wagon Canvas 72 inches wide, a real buy PENNEY'S ASIirRAI-T—We wish to extend our thanks to the many neighbors and friends who assisted us so kindly dur- iiiK the illness of our brother and at i the time of Ills death. Especially do we | thank Mr. and Mrs. One I'lttard and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Gensoii for their kindness to our brother during v. Ills illness. Rev. R. R. King, the nall- ^T bearers anil those who sent flowers. MR. and MRS. ANTOINK I.A POINTE. MRS. ALT A <;ARVirv. Mowers »nrt Mourning Goods 4 CUT FLOWERS—And funeral work. Tel. B72. Frank Nonline, 810 1C. Ludlngton Ave. . Business Service Services Offered 18 AL IHJMAS RADIO SERVICE— KCA Victor Radio. Kxpert service on any radio. 225 b. James St., and Scottvillo FOIl IIK\T—The Kastern Star organization will rent their stand used .it the llarvi-st Festival. Anyone Interested phone 29, Srottville. MEN! »;KT. VICOR AT ONCKJ New Ostrex Tonic Tablets run la in gener.il Invlgoralurs, blood "regrneralors." oyster elements for vim, \ii:or, |h-p. RPR. Sl.lM) si/e, sprclal (nrtav X!»o. Call, write Snhlinark's Pharmacy. Strayed, l<«sv Found 10 FARMERB ATTENTION—Dead stock removal. I'hone collect. Prompt service. MUSKECON RENDERING CO. Tc-l. Srottville, 129-r-ll. WK SKl.1t —The best and service the rest—radios, washers, oil burnors, (rollers, refrigerators, etc. Uuy where yon get service. Orotemat's WIFK SAVING STATION, 417 S. James St. Cleaning, Dyeing, Renovating 20 MEN'S SUITS—Dry cleaned and pressed; plain dresses. 49c. I.udington Dry Cleaners, James, and Foster Sts. SCORCHY SMITH Trademark Registered U. S. Pateni Office Very Special Deivery Employment **r**r^r+-S**S^S^S*~**-^S*t*' panted—Female 32 <;IIU. Oil WOMAN—For Rpncral house- wnrk. no rooking. Can go home nights. lni|. :it 210 N. I.avinlu St. Tel. 5UC. Merchandise Articles ror Sale AT THE CENTURY HOTEI y WELL, SHE'S ABOUT SO HIGH SLENDER SOFT, CURLY, 5LONDE I MAY BE ABLE HELP YOU-IP YOU'LL THAT'S RIGHT/ MISS WALLACE ASKED ME TO GIVE THIS TO YOU— OH, WAIT- ARE you SCORCHy SMITH ? I'M LOOKING FOR A \ YOUNG LADY RESISTEREO HERE-t DON'T KNOW HER NAME—BUT-- MISS WALLACE? HAIR--LOVELY BLUE EVES--AND — DICKIE DARE trademark Registered V. S. Pateii- Office Q. E. D.! 51 rou.ND—Female bird di>B. Owner may haM- s.imi. by Identifying and paying fur ad and keep. Joe I.lskonls. Custer. LOST—Dalmatian, pup, spoiled black cm white, wt. 30 Ibs., in Eden twit., Sliimi reward. Mr. lllaKr. Srottville. Tel. l.VI-K-2. or Woodruff lake. Automotive t*S^S l ^r+*'^*r*~S*~'*~'^*S*+^^*-r**S* A u torn oT> 11 en Tor Sulr 1) FOR v"— i*i«<lei-,\ Fords, Chevrolet*, Hyniuiith*. Used cars, $20.00 up. Barton's. Kasl I.udiueton avenue. vjAM)\iu> 3-noon CHEVKOI.ET — Kadio. healer; Del.uxe 2-door Chev- rolel; Dcl.uxc Ford counr; 1936 Ocl.uxr fcKoid Tudor; 1932 Hulck with 6 wire whwls; l'.,-lun Ford truck In good running condition, SH.V iy34"Ft>n5 hydraulic dump. $22.'>; 1934 Ford pickup, SIM). I.IIIHMJTON ,\t!TO SAI.KS, 116- IL'I) \V. l.ooinls St. Tel. 0110. Repairing—Service Stations 16 SAVF. MONKV IIKKIv—On auto repairs. Koail MTVlc.- dav or night, lii'lka Garag.-. llu:> S. Madison SI. Tel. HGO. I1AROAIN—Roy's bicycle, 2 new G-ply ] 6UUX16 c;iH)dyear tires. Ini|. at 204 S. | Washington Ave. | F1VE-FT. STEEL FENCE POSTS—For i electric fences, each 20c. II. Smedberg ; & Son. Custer. j FOR GIFTS OR PERSONAL USE— We offer a complete Hue of lockets, crosses and chains. Hamilton's. 225 S. .las. (.OOfHKS REST FLOUR—For sale; also Mids and Bran; at reasonable prices. Itrody Hrps.. -129 E. Dim-land St. \ SEE—The Sparton Stockade elertrir | fence charger before you place your ' order elsewhere. JI. Smedbcrg & Son, j Custer. | SEL1.INO—Used furniture, cook stoves, 1 heaters and heatrolas. Hob's New & ! Used Furniture Store. liOl E. Dowland. I Business and Office Equipment 54 I0c A DAY—Huys a portable ItciniiiRtnn- Rand tviH-wrlter at J. II. Chinnery's. Scoltville. F»rm and Dairy Products 55 OF MANUAL. A/O1A/ fs HEATER—For 4 or 5 rooms, for sale; new last year. Reasonable if taken at once. Inei! 306 Third St. A .Hearty Invitation to visit Scotlville during the two days. HARVEST HOME FESTIVAL September 28-29 Mason County Farm Bureau Oil Co. Phone 64. "Service that Profits the Served." PROLIFIC PEACHES—Me a bu., at my farm. Charles McDonald, R. 1, Ludington. Phone 35-F-ll. i TOMATOES—Potatoes, squ.ish, for sale; I also 8-yr.-old horse. «;, mi. S. of Amber corners. Charles Telzloff. Fuel, Peed, Fertilizers 36 LIVING ROOM SUITE—3-piece, for sale. Tel. 77-M or call at 510 S. Main St., Scottville, noon or evening. LARGE SIZE—Ward's and Kalamazoo coal heaters. Your offer. LARGE new oil heaters in crates, $59.SO; 100 gal. oil free. Wallace Kuras, 210 W. Ludlngton Ave. Tel. 604. DRV" HARD WOOD—$2.00 a cord at my home, 2 cords $5.00 delivered. C. H. JaSgcr. Tel. 3-E-12. SEE—The new MEADOWS WASHER at THE PALACE. Scottville. $39.35 and up. FRANK CLAVE.VU. WANTED—Couple or 2 ladies to share modern, steam-heated apt. $15 a wk. for 2 including meals, $8 without meals. Write I. S., Box 71, c/o News. News. Houses for Rent 77 LITTLE PIGS—Six weeks old; will swap for anything I can use. Ellis Hanson, R. 2. Scottville, 2',<i mis. W. of Wiley store. LITTLE PIGS—Will swap for hay. H. T. White, Ji mile north of Eagle school. ;—: ! TWO HYDRAULIC DODGE TRUCKS- MODERN HOUSE—5 bedrooms, 2 com- For sale or will swap for wood Tc] 695-J. Mrs. Frank Manic, 208 W. Filer. NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS Trademark Registered U. S. Patent Officf plete baths, newly decorated throughout. Ini|. 317 N. James St. between 10 a. m. and 5 p. m. \ FOR SALE—Dry Hard Wood $2.75 a j cord, two cords $5.00. Also kindling wood. Delivered. .Telephone 670-M. SIMPLIFY COOKING PROIILEMS—By using the cleanest type of stove, Es- tati> electric range. Low priced efficient. Let us explain oven heal; bakes perfectly on all sides. W. E. HEADER & CO., in CUSTER. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate R iced and FOK HAROA1NS—In city, farm and rc- InHnrert sort property see Home Realty Co., •ill'sides Itoom 8, Nat'l Bank Bldg. MIXED LOOSE HAY—5 ton, for sale. $3.1. Chris Thompson. 2 mis. N. Victory townhall, U mi. E., Ludington, R. 4. SACCO PLANT FOOD—For better lawns and gardens. BETHKE FEED BARN. Phone 165-W. Good Things to Eat 57 USED FURNITURE—For sale. Inquire at 317 N. James St. between 10 a. in, and 5 p. m. Farm Equipment , TakejOtLYour-Hat ----The PUMPS-WATTR SYSTEMS-HAY TOOLS-DOOR HANCEHS FOR HAIU; AINS IN—Houses, lots, farms or income property see A. T. licnson, Nat'l Bank Mldg. Houses tor Sale 84 317 N. GAYLORU AVK. Modem ono- story house Tor sale. Olmstead & NewherR. I'hone 22 or 792. NEW MONEY NOW READY — Save money; bring own container. John M. A. Hansen, Vi ml. N. of Stiles corner. Cl.OVKK HONEY—7c a lh. Bring containers. 5 gal. $-1.00 delivered In county. A. R. Kirkman, H. 2, Custer. Household Goods II. SMEDBERG & SON- CUSTER. FOR SALE—Good used McCorinlclc- DeerinB corn binder in excellent condition. Lawrence MatMx, Scottville. BARGAIN PRICES—On good used gasoline engine washing machines, cream separators. range stoves, electric ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Mattix Store, Scottville, Wanted—To Buy 66 BUYING—Used furniture, cook stoves, heaters and heatrolas. Bob's New '& Used Furniture Store, 501 E. Dowland. DUO-THERM—America's most popular oil heaters, are sold and serviced by 11. Smedberg & Son, Custer. Welcome To the 8th Annual Harvest Home Festival Scottville, Michigan THUSDAY and FRIDAY, September 28 and 29 And You Are Always Welcome to the Scottville Cheese Co. PAUL HEIJCE, Prop, RealEstate for Rent FURNISHED THREE-ROOM— Apartment for rent. Inquire at 605 S. Washington Ave. TWO LIGHT HSKPG. APTS—One :i-rm., one -l-rni.; baths, heated, unfurnished, over Caplon's Drygoods store. Tel. 1219. 415 N. RATH AVE—Three-room furnished apartment for rent. 1 mm ire at same address between 4 and 7 p. in. Wanted—Real Estate 89 HOUSES WANTED—Cash or terms. List your property with, me today. A. T. IScnson, Nat'l Rank Uldg. . Minutes of Annual School Meeting The Annual School Meeting of the Logan Township unit Dist. 2 held on the 10th day of June. Etta M. Gillian elected treasurer. Floyd Smalley elected trustee. Cleaning schoolhouse let to Mrs. Will Bogner at $15.00. Route 1 let to Otto Bogner at $1.94 per day. Route 2 let to Claud McCumber at $2.50 per day. Route 3 let to Glen McCumber at $1.19 per clny. JOHN C. LAKE, Secretary. / HERE Y'ARE, MRS. PETERS-- JUST THOUGHT I'O DtlVEf? C^THEM CHOPS M'SELF-rKNELW YOU'D BE AWANTlN 7 GIT OFF'N THIS PROPERT/, HAP WlLEV-YAJ 1ST CAME HE1F?E T' KNOW IT/ NOW Legion Parade Is Held in Chicago CHICAGO, Sept. 26.—(/P)— The American Legion marched to a rendezvous with youth today in a cold rain which recalled some of the A.E.F.'s worst days in France and Belgium. At starting time of the annual parade 'this morning it had toeen raining for nearly 10 hours, and weather forecasters said there was little prospect of the skies clearing during the day. The veterans decided, however, to carry out the plans for the advance down Michigan avenue. The men of General Pershing's army, some of them scarcely realizing how time has touched them, trod the boulevard resolutely, their thoughts FRESH cow— 5 yrs. old, value $(!. r >; win ! divided between memories of 21 swap for anything i can use. 8'^ mis. years agQ and fcnc European cli _ SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted for this column will be published two times for 25 cents. Each ad must bear name nnd 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 he placed in a special Labor Exchange department, and run free of charge. N., 2 mis. W. of Scottville. .lolin .lanas, R. I, Frecsoil. With Other Scottville Merchants We Welcome You to Scottville's Eighth Annual HARVEST HOME FESTIVAL CUTLER'S Greenhouse macteric which has strength- ene'd their will to keep the nation at peace. TO Srajm660,0t>0 «- «g t. «P.a- o,^ ^ CLEVELAND, Sept. 26 — UP)— i denfc . saW Reputolic'3' routine Reputolic Steel Corp. announced Program of improvement as today it has appropriated more i ' wel1 j^ current increased de- than $3,000,000 for expansion | mand for steel led to the appro- and improvement of mill facili- 'P ri ation. HORSEFEATHERS SPENT THE REST OF THE AFTERNOON PAlNTI/SCr A "NO SNOOPING'' SIGN THAT COULD 6E- SEEN CLEAR OVER ON PIKE STREET/ -ALL IT DID WAS TO WHIP UP LOCAL CURIOSITY TO A RAZOR EP<3E You Are Welcome TO THE Arraign Suspect in Death of Girl, 13 PENN YAN, N. Y., Sept. 26.— i(/p)v_Authorities planned today arraignment of a suspect in the slaying of 13-year-old Evelyn Reed, Penn Yan Junior high school honor student. The girl's body was found Monday sprawled against a moss- covered stump 12 miles from her home. An hour later State Police Inspector Eugene Hoyt said a man had been arrested in connection with the crime. Hoyt said District Attorney George King would question the suspect today and that he would be arraigned before Steuben County Judge E. S. Brown. There are more than 500 members of the National Mouse club in England who raise fancy mice tor a nobby. Many more fanciers belong to county and district Harvest Home Festival AND MILLER'S TAVERN You and your friends can meet for a comfortable chat over a BRIMMING GLASS OF BEER edged by a DELICIOUS SANDWICH—come in. REGISTER at THE PALACE During the Harvest Festival for the 1940 Zenith Radio ' To Be Given Away. MURHEIM MOTOR

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