The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 27, 1939 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE FIVE "71 An Old Stove Offered For Sale Through Want Ads Will Bring You Cash Buyers^ PHONE 2 IFOR 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 Daily News Office within six days from the first Insrrlion rash rate will be allowed. Ads ordered for three or six days and Mopped before expiration will be charged only for the number of times Lli. td appeared and the adjustment niauc at the rale earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. Kate per line for white space li the .same as a line of copy. Announcements h lowers a art Mourning Goods 4 Cl'T FI.OWKKS—And funeral work. Tel. K7Z. Frank Nordlnc, 810 E. I.udington Ave. The Same Old Question of Weather U. a. Patent Office Trademark Registered POPEYE JUST RECEIVED GOOD 1 . GOOD! \ MUST PACK MY AHOYWIMPV TELLbOCTOR S BU6GE WE HAVE ) , BOUGHT A SHIP 'r THE WEATHER IS *PERFECT IN MEUTOPIA AND SOONJ \AJE SHALL BETHERE THE CREW GOES VJITH CONGRATULATE. YOU, CAPTAIN POPE.VE, YOU HAVE BOU6HT AFIK1E SHIR IT'S YOURS,LOCK, STOCK AND AK1CHO& THE SHIP SO VOL) SAIL AT ONCE OXFORDS i HOPE rr is AS GOOD AS In cord or leather soles WELL, SIR $1.98 Sizes 1 to G. PENNEY'S Capr W>. Kit:; Futures Syndicate. Inc., '•"M rights reserved. / £_ Merchandise Wreck Marks the Spot SCOECHY SMITH Trademark Registered Patent Office HAUV Hi:(i(JY—In Komi condition, for sale. Mrs. Eugene Hilton, 008 E. Dan- alu-r St. IJAKCJAIN—Hoy's bicycle, 2 new fi-ply fiOlixKi Goodyear tires. Inq. at 204 S. Washington Ave. I-Oil A COMPLETE STOCK—Of Kims and riflis see II. Smedberi; & Son, Cusdr. | *SCORCHy SMITH — FORGIVE ME FOR CALLING OFF OUR DATE —SOMETHING HAPPENED WHICH MAKES IT IMPOSSIBLE FOR ME TO KEEP w^ FOfi SAl,F/—iVioilci-A Fords, Clu'vrolets, •9 riyinnuths. irsod cars, $^o.flO up. Barton's. F-ast l.tidington avenue. NTANI)AHI> 3-nOOK CIlKVTtOI.ET— Itailio, heater; I)el.uxe 2-door Chevrolet; I)d,uxe Ford coupe; 133G Uel,uxe Flint Tudor; 1!)32 Buick with G wire wheels; I 1 ..-tun Ford truck in Rood running condilinn, $,'Ci: 1!)31 Ford hydraulic d<imp. S'r^fi; lil.il Ford pickup, fl.MI. I.TIMMiTflN Al'TO SALES, 116121) \V. Loomis St. Tel. GOO. I.OOCIIKS BEST FLOt'U—For sale; also Mills am! Bran; at reasonable prices. Brody Bros., 129 E. Uowland St. SEI.LIM!—Us"d furniture, cook stoves, heaters and healrolas. Bob's New <fc Used Furniture Store. 501 E. Dowland. HIE BEST PLACE—To buy genuine WcstiiiKhoiise electric motors is II. Smcdbrrg >t Son, Custer. !i:.MI CMEVItOI.ET COACH—1930 Chcv- ! ruli t rou pp. 1938 Cnevnilet coach. I'stjcl dr. s and parts. Liidiiifitnn Auto Parts, | I blk. west of I'ity hall. i ] Boats and Accessories 52 IV'^H CHUYSLEIl—Fair rubber, motor Kund. S-5. Sue at Kt'Mrkl'-i Service Station. j Repairing—Service Stations 16 s-\VF. MONr.Y ill-:HI'—On auto repairs. • Itoau sen ice dav or niRlit. lletka (Jar- .i|;e, HDL' S. M.I(JiMill St. Tel. Slit). M-FT.. 2-MAN DUCK BOAT—A-l condition, sicond season, lor sale. A. N. Bert;, 2 mis. E., '- mi. S., 'i mi. E. of LtidiiiKton. Building Materials 53 yes-HAVEN'T SEEN THE EVENING PAPERS MISS WALLACE WAS QUITE DISTRESSED- THE NEWS OF HER BROTHER ,VOU KNOW- WELL—ANVWAY, NOV" t KNOW HER NAAAE — THE NEWS OF HER BROTHER? WENDy WALLACE LSEI) LfMBEK—Brick and roofing for sale. Will consider trade for anything I can use. •lohn Qtiinn. 309 N. Harrison St. Tel. 445-W. Business Service rs.~sint.ci services Offered IB Al. IH MAS KADIO SERVICE—IICA Victor H.idio. Expert service on any radio. 225 h. Janifs St., and Scottvlllc Farm and Dairy Products 55 POTATOES—SOc a bu.; also carrots, rliul.arb. Norman Randall, fi mis. S. ol I.udinslon, R. :). on L'S-31. TOMATOES—Potatoes, squash, for sale; also 8->r.-old horse. •'i ml. S. of Amber corners. Charles Tet/loff. FVRMEHK ATTENTION—Dead stock re-; mov.il. IMinnc collrct. Pr(»mpt service, i Mt;SKK<;o\ RENDERING Scott\ll|p, 129-K-ll. CO. Tel. TOMATOES—30c a bu. Bring containers. Pick them yourself, tilen Hathaway, N. Washington Ave. u: Si:t.I.—Thr lirst and scrvire the n--.t—railios. washers, oil hurniM's. .' ironcp,, n-lrlKrrator-.. i'lc. liny whrro . von xrt, 'r^virc. firotrmat's AVII-'J^ ' S,\VIN<; STATION, 117 S. Jaiui's St. i /•'uel, Fertilizers •"leaning. Dyeing, Renovating 20 MEN'S Sl'ITS—I>ry cleaned and pressed; plain dresses. 4!)c. Lildingtiin Iiry t leancis, James and Foster Sts. DRY HA IU) WOOD— S2.00 a cord at my home. 2 cords $5.1)0 delivered. C. 15. .lagger. Tel. 5-F-12. SEASONED HAKI) WOOD— 1 cord. 52.50; 2 cords. SI. 75; 3 cords, 57.25. DELIVERED. Phone 30R-R. DICKIE l)AK£ trademark Registered U. 8. Patei.- Office Outnumbered MIA'I-.I) LOOSE HAY—S ton. for sale. S3S. Chris Thoinpsiin, 2 mis. N. Victory townhall, ', mi. E.. l.mliiiKlon, K. -I. \ YOU'RE. NOT our, i I TB IT, THG FLOORS MOVING UP TO THE evee GOT id MY LIFE ••• GST TO WHERE fleY WON'T Repairine and Kefinisbing 29 i SACCO PLANT FOOD—For better lawns and gardens. BET11KE FEED BARN. Phone lb5-W. \VATCII HEPAIKINt: — And complete i line of ji'Wilry at most reasonable ] puces. .1. II. Cliinnery. Scottvllle. j Kmployment Salesmen Wanted Good Things to Eat 57 35A NEW HONEY NOW READY — Save money; bring own container. John M. A. Ha'nsen, \-i ml. N. of Stiles corner. BARGAIN PRICES—On good used gasoline engine washing machines, cream separators, range stoves, electric ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Mattix Store, Scottville. I PUMPS WATER SYSTEMS -HAVTOOLS-DOOR HANGERS l.IVINC ROOM SflTE—3-piece. for wile. Tel. 77-M or call at 510 S. Main St., Scottville, noon or evening. H. SMEDBERG & SON. CUSTER. WANTED—An exp. ricnrcd s.iUsnian to s;'ll major electrical appliances. Salary and commission and bonuses paid. Make ri ply staling past experience, ace and references. Write to It. E. Mrrcncy. c o Consumers Power Company. 3711 W. Western avenue. Mus- CLOVER HONEY—"c a III. Bring containers. 5 gal. SI.00 delivered in coun- tv. A. R. Kirkman, R. 2, Custer. LARCIE SI/E—Ward's and Kalamazoo coal hnilers. Your offer. LA1UJE new oil heaters in crates, S.~i!l.r>(); 100 gal. oil free. Wallace Knras, 210 W. Lud'inglon Ave. Tel. 604. THINKING OF BUYING—A new cream separator? We want you to see the in w McCORMICK-D E ERIN G ball bearing separator, it has stainless stet-l discs and many other features you'll want. It also comes in electrical power? W. E. READER & CO.. in CUSTER. FOR BARGAINS IN—Houses, lots, farms or income property see A. T. Benson, Nat'l Bank Bldg. tfitt&HBOES Bouses lor Sale t'SED FURNITURE— For sale. Inquiie at :tl" N. James St. between 10 a. in. and 5 p. m. Old King Coal is a merry old soul KOl'N'I) OAK—Coal and wood ranges are belter. See our many beautiful models now on display. II. Smedberg & Son. Custer. Jewelry, Watches Diamonds GO Vt E HAVE—A beautiful assortment of engagement and wedding ring sets at various prices. Hamilton's. 225 S. Jas. Wanted—To Buy 66 BUYING—Used furniture, cook stoves, heaters and hcatrolas. Bob's New & Used Furniture Store, 501 E. Dowland. 317 N. GAYLORD AVE. Modern one- story house for sale. Olmstead & New-berg. Phone 22 or 732. Wanted—Real Estate HOUSES WANTED—Cash or terms. List your property with me today. A. T. ncnson, Nat'l Bank Bldg. TWO-FAMILY HOUSE—Centrally located, wanted to buy. Phone 257-J. 1.STATE STORM HEATER — Second hand, wanted. Must be good and cheap for cash. Write Box 305, Pentwater. Farm Equipment FOR SALE—Good used MeCormick- neering corn hinder in excellent condition, Lawrence Mali'x, Scottville. -Let Him Keep Your Home Snug and Warm This Winter! There's no better way of banishing winter blues than by having a well-heated honie to return to every day. Coal, the king of fuels, enables you to have just such a home ail through the cold season . . . and at the cheapest cost. Start enjoying winter right now—order a bin-full of Champion Coal today! Champion Domestic Coal Apartments and Flats 74 FURNISHED. THREE-ROOM— Apartment for rent. Inquire at 605 S. Washington Ave. 415 N. RATH AVE.—Three-room furnished apartment for rent. Inquire at same address between 4 and 7 p. m. 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. 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. .1 Business Places for Rent 75 j AVAILABLE OCT. 1.—Modern, heated office room in Hall blclg., suitable for lawyer or real estate agent. Hot water 24 hrs. a day. Inq. Elite Shoppc or lihone <I75-R. Houses for Rent T) MODERN HOUSE—5 bedrooms, 2 complete baths, newly decorated throughout. Inq. 317 N. James St. between 10 a. m. and 5 p. m. DRY HARD AND SOFT WOOD—Will swap for anything I can use. Will deliver. Guy Rasmusscn, R. 4, Ludington. Tel. l-F-5. FRESH COW—5 yrs. old. value $65; will swap for anything I can use. 8'i mis. N., 2 mis. W. of Scottville. John Janus, R. 1, Frcesoil. NO. 1 CORN—Will swap for wood, lumber, livestock or anything I can use. Carl Anderson, 1 ml. S. of Reek school, '/i mi. W. Bldgs. For Rent 77A FURNACE SIZE PLUS SALES TAX O%g Abrahamson-Nerheim Co EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING! Phone 13O GARAGE for rent at 414 E; LUDINGTON AVE. PHONE 877-R. Also (pcfcafting; JR-ealJEstajbe for Sale Brokers in Real Estate H 'MILWAUKEE FOR BARGAINS—In city, farm and resort property see Home Realty Co., Room 8, Nat'l Bank Bldg. OLD VIOLINS WITH BOWS—Good playing condition; will swap for fuel or anything I can use. John Quinn, 309 N.'Harrison St. Tel. 445-W. TWO HYDRAULIC DODGE TRUCKS— For sale »r will swap for wood. Tel. U95-J. Mrs. Frank Manic 1 , 208 W. Filer. UM-WELL,! OUNNO, PETERS--DON'T HAVE MUCH CALL PER THAT MODEL NO MORE 1 -LET'S TAKE A LOOK IN THE! ROLL IN' STOCK DEPARTMENT/ GOT 3 MORE WHEELS SOMETHIN' LIKE THIS HERE 'UN OSCAR ? THINK WE COULD_ USE THIS PETERS? ' » ».», Rally Day Program Planned for Sunday SOUTH RIVERTON. — The following Rally day program will be '.presented at the Bethel Methodist church on Sunday, Oct. 1: Community singing. Worship service and story — WALKING OUT OF THE JUNK YARD WITH THE WHEELS UNDER HIS ARM PETKR5 INTO A BUNCH OF THE BOYS/ HE SIZZLED A<=> "0ALDY" FlPPL^THE TOWN WIT, NIFTIE-D ABOUT HORSEFEATHERS NOT HAVING ROOM FOR ALL Hl$ WHEELS UNPER HIS HAT Margaret Peterson. I Dramatic sketch, "An Evening j with the Jones Family." •i Piano and"'Violin' selections— Mrs. Bertha 'Bickford and John Petersen. Piano solo—Lawrence Lundberg. Vocal solo—Beverly Lundberg. Piano solo—James Birdsall. Recitation, "God Is Calling"— Nellie Powers. Vocal solo—Rev. Moore. Deaths decreased 4,105 in Texas in 1938, compared with 1937, the 1938 total being 64,426. Outdoor plays have been giver annually in an outdoor theater on Mt. Tamalpais, California, tor 26 years. '_• Oregon started the custom of the state gasoline tax in 1919. Since then it has spread to every state. WHY WEAR SMOKED GLASSES INDOORS MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY LLAN'5AKES/ I FEEL LIKE I HAD SMOKED GLASSES ON/ LADY_ YOU NEED MORE LIGHTING/ MY NO / LIGHT HURTS MY EYES/ COPtKIOIIT, 1919, DEPOT KILOMAIt. NOT LIGHT-.IT'S GLARE AND SHADOW THAT HURT/ SEE_ THIS l£S. LAMP ENDS THAT/ 1. ISO-WATT 6ULB 2. SHADE OPEN AT TOP 3. DIFFUSING BOOH. EMOS GLARE U WHITE SHADE UN1NC FOR EFFICIENCY REDDY DEMONSTRATES SAFE-SEEING LIGHT ,v Ui i

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